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Sleepy Eye Correspondence.
Peter Majewski contemplates a trip
to Oregon and Washington in the near
futuref It J^
A. Blanehard has purchased the
Ellswoith waie house at this place.
Kev. Lehnert, of the M. E. church of
Ihij place, went to Le Sueur last weokMo
attend the wedding of his brother.
Little Martha Hanson died last Tues
day inorniug.aged seven years and nine
months. The sorrowing family have
the sincere sympathy of their many
Gust Remele wears his hat on one
side. All on account of a little daugh
ter that arrived at his house last week
John Randall and wife, of Huron,
spent several days of last week in the
city visiting the former's parents.
Dr. J. W. B. Wellcome and son Jake
returned fiom St. Louis last Wednes
Miss Ernestine Schuelke has moved
her millinery establishment from the
Bans building to the store building of
T. J. Dim, where she can now be found
with a full line of spring and summer
Mr. Levi returned Inst Sunday from
St. Louis, where he has been spending
some months for the benefit of his
health. He is not much improved how
Peter Madesou has had his head way
up since Saturday A little girl arrived
in bis home ou that day and calls her
self Miss Madeson.
Wqi Giundmejer took eight horses
to Hew Uim ou Saturday tor Jacob
Klossner. From there they will be tak
en to Brownstown on the Milwaukee
road and shipped to South Dakota
"Thy hiad is full of quarrels, as an
egg is tull of meat.'1 "Well, so would
anybody's head be, who had walked the
iloor for week uith horrible face
You don't say so, how dread-
ful! I'll step out and bring you a bot
tle of quick cure, called Salvation Oil."
Ts Consumption Incurable.
Read the following Mr Mor
ris, Newark Ark,"says "Was down
-with Abscess of Lungs,*anil friends and
physicians pionouncedme an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr.
King's New Discoveiy. am now on my
third bottle, and able to oversee the
work on my farm It is the hnest
medicine ever rnide
Jes,e Middleware Docatm, Oh.o,
sajs "Had it not been for Dr King's
New l)so\eiy for Consumption. I
would ivu died of Lung Troubles
Was given up bv doctors. Am now in
be^l or health Try it. Sample bot
tle tioe at Roo»'s Diugstoie. 5
BALE OF STATE LANDS.
State of Minnesota, Land Office
bam? Paul, Feb, 24, 1890.
Notiei is lieiebv given thnt the County
Autlitoi will offei at PUBLIC SALE at
the County Auditor's office ID New Uim
on Thursday April 10th at ten (10)
o'clock *i m., on the terms pre-ciibed
by law, the School ami Agricultural
Lands, B^own County,that have been
appraised and aie unsold, or that have
been sold and forfeited by reason of
iaiUrrc to pay interest for tuo or moie
Lists of tue land^ to be offered mav
befseen at the Auditor's office tor ten
dats prior to the sale -k
W. W. BRADEN,
Comniibsionei of the Stite Lan Oflite
O A OF MINNESOTA, County of Blown }-ss
O Piot ite (.cm*
In them itt o* the e«tnte of Gottlieb Hem pel
Oi leuline ti'ing the Petition of Henrietta
Jlemptl, ot P'own Connti Minn repie«entmg,
amotU! other things in Gottlieb Hempel, late ot
n.nd loimt ol Brown on tnelOtb na of bcptembei
I' 1SI&, Nti Ulm in said Counlj died
lutc-tat* ami being a lesideiit of this Countj frttbe
time of hi death, le.tvinsj goods, chattel* and estate
within tins Lount\ and that the «iid Petitioner i
the-widow of nil ilceeitt.d,iit rtpr IJ ins thatadn
nistiil'ou ot «ai eMMTi. 1 to nci tht «aid ITemiet
tt Htiupcl gi mred It l* oidcied that '•aid
jietiM HI li an befoie the Judge of thi
Couri, on 1 iwl»\ ihc JJstb ot March ti
18-90, 11/ -.Hoik it the Piobatc Oftice
Oideucl Untliei in ^'lereof bt. t, \eii to
the 1( n« of ml de« "IM_.I1, inn all ptiMuis
teres-ted piil'hbhinc a cop,j ot this orclei once
a eeKloi thioe Mice \e vieeks prior to
said da o' lu irmc, in the New Ulni Ke\iew a
wpt,kl ntw-papei punted ind published at lSew
Vim tn -aid omit}
Dated N Ulm, Ainu, the ^rd dnj of Alarch
By the t'i Hit,
S 53 I obate
Jos. Wandersee and wife, of Des
Moines, are visiting with Henry'Nagel.
J. Mielke, of New Ulm, is visjMng
with bis uncle, John Mielke./^^^^p
Phillip Schilling will leave forBell
ville, 111., next Wednesday.
Rev. Martin went to Sanborn Friday
Magnus Newdall transacted business
in New Ulm last Friday,
The W. O T. U. will meet with Mrs
Mentier Thursday .afternoon, March
Revs.Alltof. of Lamberton, and Lang
hols, of Morgan, were the guests of
Rev. Apple during the week.
The entertainment given by the ladies
of St. Raphael's Church Monday even
ing was well attended.
A surprise party was tendered Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Whitney by a number
of their friends, Saturday evening. A
pleasant evening was spent by all pre
H. Bendixen did business at Sleepy
Eye on Tuesday.
Miss Evelyn Trantman, of Sleepy
Eye, visited with the Misses Roths dur
ing the week.
The Sons of Veterans will meet at
Roberts Hall next Saturday evening
An institute for the teachers of-Brown
County will be held here during the
week, commencing April 14th.
Joe Hirscher, of Shakopee, is the
guest of John Roth.
George and Albert Schmitz, of Essig,
spent a few hours with friends at this
place Wednesday afternoon.
H. Mueller came up from New Ulm
last Monday to work in the Springfield
Geo. Fox has sold bis farm and per
sonal property in Stately and will move
The Williams Family gave an enter
tainment at Robert's hall on Thur»dav
evening. The audience was a small'
Wolfgang Schmid and wife enter
tained a party of friends at their borne
last Sunday evening All that were
present report a good time.
Diuggist (to a lazv man who had
turned over a new leaf.) "You are
earh ot late you used to be behind be
fore, but now you are hrst at last.'" Old
man who did not see the Doiot. "Give
me my Bull's Cough Sjrup and stop
W hat the Farmers' Alliance wants of
an annual session of the Minnesota leg
lslatiue is a conundrum to the average
mortal If we are not mistaken, a large
ftrmei representation hetd seats in the
legislature at the time the question of
biennial sessions was ordered submitted
to'a popular vote And in this lh( cer
tainly pei formed a most commendable
act Besides being a great saving to
the lav paters., biennial sessions of the
legisl'Ume me quite often enougb, as
all necessaij and many unnecessary
iav\s cau be passed ?n the time now al
lotted b\ the constitution If we return
to the annual meetings of the legislature,
it will simply take the solons one ses
sion to undo the aets which the\ parsed
the pvevious winter No, let well enough
alone Minnesota is thiice blessed by
being relie\ed of a legislative session
in alternate jeais.—MANKAJO FREI:
I E S S
1 \MS1I to say tlia,t I have made important reductions in prices, tha
fe will eoinpt'te with any SELLING OUT CONCERN in the citW I do
5 ^r not claim to sell for cost or below.cost., TUaLgtorv is^worn out and is
fe/i to° fo heleivfc/ It dbsts^moifey1 to buy goods, totransport them, to
This lemcdy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention All who have used
Electric Bitters sing the same sono- of
piiise.—A purer medicine does not
\ist and it is guaranteed to do all that
chimed Electi'ic Bitters will olive
all !ist"i-i", of the Liver and Kidr^ys,
vili leniove Pimples, Boils. SaltRhuem
*nd olht'i afflictions canned bv impure
olood —Will diivp Malina trom the
«wem •xr.d pievent as well as cure all
Material tin or —For cure of hoachache,
tlonstipat.o'i and Indigestion try Elec
tric Bittei-, -Entire satisfaction guar
anteed, or money refunded.—Price
50 c« and $1 per bottle by C.
Roos Diugstoie 3
I BUT,LOW PRICES
them, to adveitise themAto show tj^em^ to airange
MV tliem, to protect and cafe for them, to sell "Slid delfilr t¥em/and all of
the-e items entail a large expense.^ud if a merchant does not make
§fg any profit ou his goods, with what is he able to run a store9 S
s. liHH Oo to the merchant who is doing an honesf business and ou A\ ill
^constantly find good goods and cheap price*. My mottofe*^ ''Nff^us
temer allowed to leave the store dissatisfied."
Tb young folks gave* li aarifein J.
H. Doty'3 hardware s.tpre laat„Jfridav
A theatre at Bobsin hall was well
attended on Saturday evening.
The citizens of the village are talk
ing of building a hali
The wife of John Manweiler went to
Oshawa Friday afternoon to attend her
father, who was thrown from a load of
wheat recentfy, sustaining three broken
Mr. Fred Baker ib the guest of Man
J. Thordson went to St.'rfPeter last
Friday on business.
J. J. Schields was taken suddenly ill
a few days ago and is still quite low.
Peter Hensen is erecting a new barn.
J. Evens is the builder.
Ad. Curbit will open up a'new black
smith shop in .the near future.
M. Zieske's three-year-old daughter
is very sick.
Wm Manweiler is erecting a nice
barn in the village. He will move into
town in a few days.
Wm. Mellenthin, of Sleepy Eve, is
the guest of Fred Zieske.
G. W. Schlottman is having plans I
drawn for a fine dwelling, to be erected
in the spring.
Courtland is large enough to support
a shoemaker if he is a rustler. Why is
it that borne of those, who handle the
awl and last, don't think of this? A
jewelry store and barbershop would al
so be nice additions to the village.
J. FT. Doty returned from Chicago
Mr. Baige, of the bt Peter Tribune,
called on the friends of that paper on
G. W. Schlottman ill orjen up a
photograph gallery over his store in the
STATE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
An institute for the Teachers of
will be held at
Duung the week commencing
Monday, April 14th 1890, at 2 o'clock
The Stale will pro\ ide efficient in
stiuctors. who will take great gpains to
make the instruction pointed and jn the
highest degree practical, including
management ot school, grading and
methods of teaching the common school
branches. The evenings will be occu
pied by lecturers, literary exercises and
social entertainment-, and everything
possible will be done to make the week
a pleasant and profitable one for all.
The teacheis ot this county and all
persons wishing to become such are le
pected to lespond promptly to their
duty and be present at the opening on
Monday afternoon. I hey may make
notes of the difficulties thev meet in the
coarse of their teaching, ihe remedies
to which will be discussed by instruct
ors as well as by expei ienced teachers.
Schools can be legally closed during
Institute week and school trustees are
solicited to give the teachers of their
respective districts all opportunity to
attend the Institute.
Teachers are requested to give time
ly notice to this office, of their intention
to be present, thdt board and lodging
for all may be provided at the lowest
rates P,. Velikanje
Mind wanderui? Books learned
in one reading Testimonials from all
parts of tha globe Prospectus POST,
FKEE, sant on application to Prof.
A. Loisette, 2J7 I'iffli Ave, NewVori
BUILDING STONE FOR SALE,
The New Ulm Stone Vo. is ready to
sell building stones -tt the Quarrv.
For pi ices inquire of Pfenninger, W.
Boesch, A Schell, or Clias. Stolzenberg
NOTICE —The iw» ot land for past
uring or cutting of wood or quarry ino
and hauling of stone not allowed un"
less b\ a written permit from the com
pam NEW STONE CO
WHITE, BLACK AID COLORS.
Hand and Machine Usa
Qfj/fAfTU Vou ^hot Id read E
CJt-r Vf^lWtfJ A ^P TJAILY NKW S because
"t7rrtl it Price
I (JIP* doesn't ^tand the waj It'
reallj tin. lieapest tlxing on
earth (i ie tent means prac
ticaltj ioi!ilns—until JOJI spend
it Tie ^oiimay make it
a great aejl, according as -\ou
invest it thing is cheap if i*
costs liule, and is ^onh, much.
E I N E W S is like atelc
graph, from the whole world to
your brain 't keep con
stant working t«^er costs \oti
butone,.ciu a day. Tlat*s-.\hj
it's che-ip—because it render*
a great vervh ior a msigniii
Keintn6ef—l\* circulation is -^o.*o a dav—over
a millioft a week—anil it cost by mail 25 ct*
a month fourmoniliSSh -n,~o*ie c*ii* day.
if-,. ^.DEALER IN
6B0GERIES anil BUSSWiRE
Minnesota Street opposite tht
120 Pair Grain,
JUST THE BOOTS FOR PLOWING AND SEEDING. THE
MOST COMFORTABLE BOOTS IN EXISTENCE. EVERY
Boot and Shoe Dealer,
NEW ULM, MINN.
'SUBS JO P11^ SOUBTJ 'iCjpAkQf
Th S PETERSO
©eklei4 ir) kll kir\d^ of fk lrikdtuiiei'y.
DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS
a a,: ci 33esigcns
Qiaa.li.ty a 31
a alv7-a,ys liaci at
KIESLINC BLOCK N[EW ULM, MINN.
"few? Congregational Church,
NEW ULM^l -^Q ^^^N-
Cor. Minn. *nd 3d North Si»?,
NEW ULM, MINK.
and Dealer in all Kinds ot
ylfi Canvas Leg
OPP. KST OFFICE-KL W ULM. T\1INN
MRS. A. SEITER Prop.
piis house is the most centrally located
^iotel in the citv and affords
»good Sample Rooms*.
§h Licensed Auctioneer,
& MnJenf%own Co.. Minn,
Correspondence promptly attended to
CASH PAID FOR BUTTER
The Sew Ulm creamery Co. buys and
pays the highest market price in cash
for granulated butter and e»gsf in the
basement of Kiesling'S blockT corner
ei*y, Ikni^, etd,T
IGOOD TABLE BUTTER.
New Brick.Uor. Minn. & Centre Strs. ,1
.w NEW UM, MINN.
*XJoods sold at Rock-bottom prices for
cash. Goods delivered in any part of
O. M. OLSEN,
RUGGIST and APOTHECARY.
DEALE I N
Drug8f Medicines, Chemi
cals, Toilet Articles, Fan
cy Goods, Stationery and
Oils, Paints, Brushes, Varnishes and
Physicians' Prescriptions care
fully prepared from pure and
Agency for the celebrated Estey Or
gans and Pianos.
Please give me a call.
O. M. OLSEN.
Meridian Block, Kew Ulm, Minn.
J. F. CROWELL,
Rudolphfb building,cor. 3d N. & Minn
NEW ULM. MINN".
1 take all styles and sizes of pbuio
graphs, also tin types. Cravon skeioh
es from pictures promptly and nioeh
executed. I invite you to call and in
spect my samples. Thev are none ot
the cheap poor pictures, "that vou get *n
second class galleries, but are of
WENZEL SCHOTZP, Froprietor'
Minn. Str. New Ulm, Minn.
The only first class brick fire proo
Hotel in the city.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION HOUSE
Corner Minnesota A, Centre Streets,
Next door to S Peterson's
Anybody who ha* anything to sell
should come and see me."
Mrs. W. Hummel
NOTIONS. DRYCOODS AND GROCERIES.
We can now offer to the public a full
line of fall and winter goods of everv
desciiption. Woolen dress o-O0d*
of best qualm. Flannels. Shawls,
Ladies aud Gents Underwear, Hosiery
Mittens, Jackets, Caidigans Mufflers
Ladies' and Childieu's Hoods, and
manv other articles in this line too nu
merous to mention. We also carry a
larg stcek and gieat \anet\ of 5 and
10 cent counttr goods. All th'ese goods
are sold at lowest pos-,iblc prices.
We invite the pubhr to give ns a oall
and they will not be disappointed.
Butter, poultry and eggs are taken is
exchange for goods.
S tar S am RofcnC
JOSEPH SCHNOBRIC «, Prop'r
A fine iunch will be seryed every day
Cor. Minn. & Center streets. «,*
THE NEW GROCER
C. B: Ruimke
is now open aud ready for business.
A choice and well selected stock of
GLASSWARE and NOTIONS
are offered to the public atprtas which
defy competition Goods will be de
livered free to any part oi the city.
Remember the placer 4
Minnesota Street corner of Third North