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VOLUME XIII. NO. 12.
EUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
BRANDT & WEDDENDORF.
OFFICE OVER CITY DRUG STORE.
TERMS $1.50 per year in advance.
RESID ENTD EN 1ST.
Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street.
NEW ULM, -).- _! MINN.
Teeth extracted without pain by the use of
vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas.
PHYSICIAN AND SuitGEoy,
Office Meridian Block, over Olsen's
Drucr Store, Now Ulm, Minn.
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
OBBcein «T. Klossner's new brick block.
NEW ULM, MINN.
Dr. L. A. Fritsche,
0ffic3 over J. Klossner's Hardware Store.
JOS. A. ECKSTEIN,
Sttofr\ey & Cotir^elof
Titles examined and perfected.
Particular attention given to col
flg^-Office over Brown Co. Bank.«gjf
NEW ULM. MINN.
JOHN LIND. C. A. HAGSEBG
LIND & HAGBERG,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Attend to Suits in all the State and
U. S. Courts.
Special Attention Paid to Collections.
GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN LAN
NEW ULM, MINN.
BR. l,. G. BELL,
Ofiica in the Meridian Block
NEW ULM. MINN.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
latest approved methods.
£)R. J. L. SCHOCH
VHYSI'CIAN AND SUWEON.
Calls promptly attended to night or day.
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MISN.
Veterinary Sura eon.
Having treated sick animals for years
I can conscientiously recommend my
self to all who need "the services of a
coniDetent Veterinary. Orders may be
left at the Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MINN*.
11ST HI IR.IT
Ladies Furnishiny Goods.
}ii% 13. ^olln^qri & Co.
Union Motel, New Vim,
Always on hand a good stock of Millir ery Goods
consisting in part of Hats,Bonhets. Velvets, bilks
Ribbons^Fenthers, Flowers, fee.
Also Patterns for (stamping monograms. Stamp
nc or all kinds. Embroidery Work and Fashion
yblc dressmakinc done to order.
feew Ulm'• Foundry
A I N E SHOP,
SAS. LEONHARDT & BRO., Props.
Corner Centre and Front Str.,
-. NEW ULM, I I
Having purchased the New Ulm
Foundrv and Machine shops we would
respectfully solicit the patronage of the
public. We are prepared to execute
all kinds of machine repairing and de
vote special a*:.entku to the, uianufac
Grave Y-u-d Fences,, Grating-
-/iiil 0 listings.
CIIAS. LEONHAKITT & BRO
-yBMBfi "HiiltHIHIIIIlllllB IMIinrOfMl
Tin anM Hardware
Orner of Minnesota and Centre Streets,
large assortment of heating and cook stoves
all kinds of tinware always on hand.
orer3 entrusted ne will receive prompt
intion. Special attention giren to tlio manu
uve of tin and iron toofs.
pairing done neatly and proraptlj
fPM ^Election Returns.
The following are the returns from
last i.Tnesday's election in all the
towns of the county and in Nicollet
county in the vicinity of New Ulm:
President, Qscar Ericsson.
Trustees, Geo. Walk, W. Schmid
and John Schneider.
ALBIN. X/_ \*'™i
Supervisors: Hans Sigurdson, chair
man, Halver Olson, Henry Aaron...', -,
Clerk, Wm. Rossbach. *"vO
Treasurer, L, D. Rice, V- T7
Assessor, Hans O. Moen.
Constable, N. Woolej*. ,/ j,
BASHAW. /f ~t,
Supervisors: Chas Frasch, chairman,
Wm. Tell, Ferdinand Kettner.
V: Clerk, Martin Wentz.
^Treasurer, H. P. Anderson.
''Assessor, Frank Anderson.,,
Justice, John Frasch Jr. .'.
Constable, C. A* Johnson.
Supervisors: H. Scott, ^chairman,
J. Kaseforth. J. Wurscher.
Clerk, G. Nuessle.
Assessor, P. Sist.
Justices, J. J. Wihegarden, J. F.
Constables, N. Nelson, F. Heimer.
Supervisors: Andrew Groebner, chair
man, John Schlumpberger, and L.
Clerk, Henry Scheible.
Treasurer, John Sturm.
Assessor, John LMohr.
Justice, John Manderfeld.*
Constables, Jos, Wiesner and H.
Supervisors: O. A. Dresser, chair
man, Ed. Grimes, August Otto.
Clerk, A. F. Walton.
Treasurer, John 0. Peterson.
Assessor, A. H. Otto.
Justice, S. S. Eldred.
Constable, Jobn Atkins.
Supervisors: Jos.. Corey, chairman,
John Tesmer, George Pickle.
Clerk, Wm. Day. ,'
Treasurer, J. Q. A. Current.
Assessor, F. M. Kennedy..
Justice, Newton Roth.
Constable, Anton Stetien.
Supervisors: John Huiras, chairman,
C. Gent, R. Mielke.
Clerk, F. Schutt. ,•„•
Treasurer, Adam Junger.
Assessor, C. Dapporn.
Justices, F. Horman, John" Huiras.
Constables, F. Schutt, C. Gent.
Supervisors: Rasmus Christensen,
chairman, Carl Melzer, Anton P. Olson.
Clerk Olement Halverson,
Treasurer, Peter Dahl.
Assessor, Ole Jorgenson.
Justice, Ed. Paul&on, Oie Jorgenson.
Constables, Halver Halverdon, John
Supervisors: John Mo, chairman, Ole
Brudeli, Ole A. Miller.
Clerk, Ole Synstcby. ,-*
Treasurer, Hermund Nundah'l. _, *f
Assessor, Chr. Ahlness.
Justice, C. Ahlness.
Constable, Agatou Miller. *''J'l^'\*
Supervisors: Charles G. Schramm,
Chairman, H. L. Runk and Paul Leh
Clerk, J. Haubrich.' /*, ,/?'"
Treasurer, David Haeberle. "'i.^,
Assessor J. Haubrich. ,*?^,
Justice, Paul Lehmann *'£~~a.~Jf£
Constable, John Gareis. 4"CAI
,_" -MULLIGAN, itfk^r^
Supervisors: John Miller. Chairman,
N. J. Cook, Anton Schmid. ^r
Clerk, W. Miller. f^lt-'r
Treasurer, J. Matiowitz.
Assessor, W. Schmid.
Justice, J. J. Schumacher. *"^5&1
Constable, James Upson.
Supervisors: Jacob Runk, chairman
Thos. McCormick, A. EngRl,
Clerk, Jacob Wigal.
Treasurer, August VVenzel.
Assessor, Wm. Edgar.
Justices. William Cook. August Rad
Constable, M. Boman.
Supervisors: Chris. Olson, chairman
Dan Plait, Cbris. Johnson.
Clerk, Peter Mertz.
Treasurer, Hans Knudson.
Assessor, Tom Foster.
Supervisors: H. W. BriggV chau
man, H. Baalke. C. M. Semons.
Clerk, C. J. Will.son.
Treasurer, P. M. Dickerson.
Assessor. E. E. Dicket-on.
Justice. Thos. Methvin.
Constables.M. Scott, J. Bonne
Supervisors: Anton Hillesheim, chair
map, Peter Seifert, and Thos. Forstner.
Clerk. John Manderfeld.
Treasurer, John H. Theisen.
Assessor, Andrew Hoffmann.
Justices, J.. J. .Penning and A Man
Constable's, Mike Hoffmann and
Supervisors: Jacob Duncan chair
man, Fred Frank Jr., Martin Vollmer.
Clerk, H. G. Hillesheim.
Treasurer, Aug. Schwerdtfeger.
Assessor, Geo. Guth ...
ustices, L. Ives, Caal Schultz.
Constables, John Soukoup, William
Recorder, Gustav Nuessle. fy'ffi^t
Treasurer, Thos. Bropby. \\&-'^
Justice, J. F. FJetcher. ,'V
Constables, W. _Cady ^andT^G.^
Supervisors: Jos. Wild, chairman,JF.
Klossner and J. Spaeth. X*
Clerk, Jos. Diepolder.
Treasurer, Jos. Traurig.
Assessor, Michael Buechl.
Justices. Jos. Wild and C. Nelson.
Constables, John Goblirsck and Wm.
Supervisors: Leonhart Vetter, chair
man, Robert Altman and John Gerber.
Clerk, Andrew Bieble.
Treasurer, Wenzel Frank.
Assessor, Bernhard Ranwejler
Justice, Andrew Weber. W&
Constable, Chas. Beyer. fc^^SsS
Supervisors: Herman Froelich, chair
man, Joseph Reinhart, John Haver
mever. :%J ^*f'' f?
Clerk, G. ArndV "**?**&
^Treasurer, Wm Schroeder. 5
Assessor, Claus Foss. ^i3Q'
Justices, John R. Bowen, C. A. Stolz.
Constables, Ed. Preeht, Otto Hey
TALK OF THE NEWSPAPERS,
It seems that tne French and English
governments don't like the McKiuley
customs bill, and that they propose to
remonstrate against it. Well, the bill
wasn't prepared in the special interest
of the English and French governments.
Its purpose 13 to secure the honest and
efficient administration of the tariff
laws. That's all there is to it. By the
way, how would it be for the French
government to open the French ports to
American pork and for England to do
away with its embargo on the importa
tion of American cattle, before they
bother themselves to% remonstrate
against American measures,?—WINONA
"Pernicious literature is responsible
for many of these atrocious crimes,"
observed Judge F. M. Crosby, of Hast
ings, while at the capitol yesterday.
The burden of the conversation had
been the two shocking tragedies in Hast
ings and Montgomery respectively. "I
believe as sincerely as I believe in the
diurnal revolutions of the earth that the
Police Gazette influenced Sommers to
do that shooting. The Sunday morn
ing.of the murder he sat for some time
in a barber shop in Hastings looking at
the shocking pictures and reading the
recital of the particulars of a murder of
a young girl by her discarded lover.
And believe Jindra read or heard of
the Hastings murder and was excited
to his crime."— PIONEER PRESS.... -. ,.-,
The citizens of Mankato propose'"to
pool their unimproved property, place
it in the han/ls of a corporation to be
managed by a board of trustees, and
set apart a percentage of it for the en
couragement of. manufactories. The
capital is to be $500,000 in shares of $50
each. One man, J. A. W^illard, propos
es to put in 200 acres of unplatted
ground in the city limits and will donate
one quarter of the stock received from
the property for the purpose*of a public
library in Mankato. Each man putting
property into the pool,-receives a cer
tificate for so much value, appraised by
disinterested parties. As the property
is improved and manufacturers locate,
dividends are declared on the stock from
the proceeds of sales made of the prop
erty. This arrangement is one form of
a trust, like- the pig iron trust. It might
result profitably, but that depends upon
the management altogether. The man
agement has to boom the property,and,
to do that, Mankato has to be boomed
in an extraordinary manner A com
mercial club of*earnest men would prob
ably do as much or more for Mankato's
manufacturing interests/,- J.t is a. good
sign, however, to see such determined
and practical efforts to indnce invest
ment. There is not a town of any im
portance in the state which could not
profitably consult its material interests
by organizing in some manner to let its
advantages.,be .known.— MINNEAPOLIS
NE W ULM, BROWN COUNTY, MINN., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19. 1890. WHOLE NUMBER, 636:
Application for License.
STATE OP M1NNEOSTA,
COUMIT or BKOWN.
or Nxw ULM.
Notice is hereby "given, that applications have
been made in writing, to the Council of the City
of New Ulm, and filed in my office, praying for
license, to sell intoxicating liquors, for the term
commencing on the 15th day of April 1890, and
terminating on the 15th day of April 1891, by the
following persons and at the following places, ts
stated in said applications to wit:
Jacob Hottinger The front room of a one story
frame building, situated on part of Eagle Mill
oot!ot,north of Centre Street in the said City «f
Joseph Florj The south east room on first flodr,
of a two story brick building, situated on Lots
No. 11 and 12. Block N, north of Centre Street in
the said City of New Ulm.
Ferdinand Gollnast The south west room on
first floor, of a two story frame bnildiDg, situated
on lota No. 9 and 10, Block N6. 1, south of Centre
Street in the said City or New Ulm.
Isidor Haas The northwest Toom on first floor,
Of atwo story framebnilding.situated on lot N0.8,
block No. 68 north of Centre Street in the said
City of New Clm
John Pechtl The northwest room on fiist floor,
of a one and a half story frame building. Situated
on lot No. 7, block No 104 north of Centre Street
in the said City of New Ultn.
Weigand Hauenstein The front room on first
floor, of a two story frame building, situated on
north half of lot No. 6, block No. 67 nortb of Cen
tre Street in the said City of New UJm.
Jos'.-phSchnobrich The room on first floor, of a
two story irame building, situated on lots No. 6
and 7, block No. 66 south of Centre Street in the
said City of New Ulm.
Joseph Schmucker The two story brick build
ing, situated oh lots No. 9 and 10, Block 217 Park
addition north ot Centre Street in the *aid City of
Math. George Siebenbruuner The front room
on first floor,of atwo Btory brick buiiding.s.tuftted
onlot No. 9,bl ck No. 66 south of Centre Street in
the said City of Nev Ulm.
T. W. Baaihch The front room on first floor, of
a two stirj frame building, situated on lot Ni/. 10
block N. 66 north of Ceutie Street in the said
City of New Ulm.
Fred Williams The front room on first floor of
a two story brick building, situated on lot No. 1
block No. «59 north of Centre Street in the said
City of New Ulm.
Wenzel Schoizko The north west room on first
floor, of a two story brick bull-ing, situated on
lot No. la block No. 63 north of Centre Street In
th«* said City oi No'* Ulm
Edw. iVlaltzahn the front room of a one story
frame bnildinp, situ.-.ted on pait of lets No 12
and 13, Block No. 65, north of Centre Street in the
said City of New Ulm
Richard Geisinger The front room on first floor,
of a two story brick building, Bituated on lt No.
13, Block No. 64, south of Centre Street in ihu
said rity of New Ulm.
Anton Schwerzler The. room in a one story
brick audition, situated on lot No 13, Block No.
62 south of Ceutie Street in the said City of New
Andrew Aman The brick Dull 'ing situated on
part of lots o. 11 and 12, Block No. 66. fronting
on Bioadw:iy and First Noith Street, Noith ct
Centre Street in the said Citj of New Ulm.
John Gabriel The front room on first floor, of
aone and a half stor^ frame building, t-ituatt'ii on
lot No. 6, block No. 69, noith of Centie Street in
thesiiici City of New nim.
New Ulm Turn Vere.in. The brick building, sit
uated on lots No. I to 7, block No. 107 outh of
Centre Street in the said City of New Ulm.
Haiiry Grentiolz The one story brick building,
situated on lot No. 14, block No. 67 ncith oi Cen
tre Street in tha said City of New Ulm.
Charles Brust The room in a one story brick
adeition, situated on south half of lut'No. 4, block
No. 67 north of Centre^trett in the said City of
John P. Neumann The room of a one story
brick building, situated on the centre of lot No.
10, block No. 68 north of Centre Street in the said
City ol New Ulm.
Wilhelm Amme The froi.t room on" first floor,
of a two story brick building, situated on north
halfollotNo. 6, block Ao. 6S north of Ceitra
Street in the said City of New Ulrn.
Said applications will be heard and determined
by said Council at the City of New UJm, at the
Cerks Office in said City of New Ulm, Brown
County, Minn., on the 10th day of April A. D.
1890 at 8 o'clock D. m. of that day.
\K ilness my hand and seal of said city this 17th
day of March A D. 1890
[SEAL.] City Clerk.
m* SATINES, PRINTS and GING
HAMS at f#j|||G. A. OTTOMEYER.
Local politics failed to cause much
excitement in our town this year. Near
ly all the old town officers were elected
without any considerable opposition.
Our town meeting passed oif quietly
and the proposal to build a town hall,
to be used for the purpose of holding
meetings etc., which for a time caused
a little rumpus* was finally voted down.
The financial condition of the town is
encouraging in every respect.
B. Reinhart and Joseph Frank, two
of our'well-to-do farmers, will each
build a large and comfortable residence
on their respective farms near Fssig,
and others will follow the example.
Verily our town is booming.
Lately we had an opportunity to vis
it the saw' mill which is located near
the Home P. 0. and owned and oper
rated by the Feirer Bros, of Leaven
worth. We must admit that we were
completely surprised to see not only a
complete outfit for sawing lumber, but
also a planing mill, feed mill, and
blacksmith-shop in connection there
with. They are turning out some
mighty good work, and certainly de
serve the simply immense patronage,
of which they may justly boast. It's
quite a factory. By all means go and
see it. i-7
Our Essig merchants are now hand
ling dry goods, and boots and shoes in
connection with groceries.
We learn that the Milford Farmer
club made a nice little profit on a car
go of salt, whieh it had shipped lately.
The day does not seem very far dis
tant when Essig will be. graced by a
Lutheran church. Quite a number of
our Lutheran farmers met at Schroe
der's store last Saturday for the pur
pose of ascertaining whether sufficient
means could be raised to build this sea
son, and it is said that they met with
highlv encouraging results.
v'ligaect oiall in Leavening Power.-—U. S. Govt Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
MAHUFACTUREHS OF CHOICE SPRING WHEAT FLOUR,
Received, First Premiums at
Minnesota State Fairs 1887,1889.
Iowa State Fair 1887. St. Louis
Agricultural and Mechanical As
sociation Fair 1§8.7. .1'-^.l^
•T||e Girls o.r?d Boys
all hdve ttjeir choice.
., .LAUNDRY PURPOSES
ii MADE ONL BY"
FA I RBANK'S SA^TA CLAUS SOAR
E S I N I I
NE W ULM
THOS. MULVERHILL, Prep.
Fine turnouts furnished with or without
drivers at reasonable rates. Fishing, hunting
and Pleasure parties furnished teams. Ladies
Saddle horses. Pine Carriages for funerals.,
Officcln Skating Rink.
THE CHICAGO AND
THE DIRECT THROUGH LINE TO
AND ALL POINTS EAST,
Is so operated as to meet the requirements ol
through and local travel, providing fast through
trains with close connections for
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS,
SIOUX CITY, COUNCIL BLUFFS,
SAN FRANCISCO, PORTLAND
And all points in
A A E S E E I N A N I N I N
A S are run on all through trains.
O O N I S S E E I N A S
overlandtrains to California and Oregon.
E E A I A S on th« Denver
For time of trains, tickets and all information,
apply to Station Agents of the Chicago ft North
Western Railway, or to the General Passenzer
Agent at Chicago,. 1
Agen at Chicago
W.H.KWIIM. ji WH|ttilt EP.WILSOR
3d Yjy c,-P««t. GCB'1 Manager. Gea'l Pa^A^
Silver and Silver Plated Ware, Spectacles, etc. S§
FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.Pv?§t
J. a TQBERBR,
LV^. ,i"M[ Gfyg&ty
X'.'Vjt-*^ DEALER IN
N E W LTLM,: -arm's* MINN.
?VS^: Opposite the Bailroad Depofel/,
i'^WJSW VLM, MINN'
First class accomodations
I'iygjreasonabte rates. Good
'^s*T stabling on the
AUGUST M. MUELLEK.
The best of Wiues, Beer, Liquors m\6
Cigars always kept on hand.
Cor. Broadway and 1st North Str
N E W \J AIINN
(Established in 1864 by Dr.C. Weschcke.)"
DHU8S, MEDICIJEi, CHEMICALS,
Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Book?.
Stationery. Trusses, supporters. Shoul
der Braces, Crutches, etc. Paints, Oils.
Varnishes, Glass and Artists' Supplies.
Pure Wines and Liqpors for medicinal
purposes. Physicians' prescriptions
carefully compounded at all hours of
the day and night.
Ivers & Pond Pianos. Sterling Organs
Band Instruments and other musical
Grass, Garden and Flower Seeds.
NEW EM MABBLE 1 ORES,
lg. Sehwendinger, JProp9r.
Monuments, Tombstones and all
other work in my line made to order
promptly and in a workmanlike manned
NEW ULM. MINS
•CNO FOROURCATALOOUCa«o PftlCtS
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
Sl\elfg Selivy 8Paiiw
ill Kinds of,Farm lacfiinery,
WINE & BEER HALL