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Julius Wentlt lost a child from diph theria lust week. Miss Anua Richard and Augusta Strassburji are visiting with friends in Sleepv Eve Herman Bprcliard and Theo. Kirsch stem are visiting in Canada. Grant Palmer who has been sick with typhoid fever for the past month is con valescent. The Springfield Orchestra announces a dance in Gamble's Hail for December 31st. Mrs. J. Moody, who was run over hy a freight uain near Lamberton* last Wednesday, was bronght to Springfield Thursday afternoon. Get your Christmas and New Year's cards at Schleuder's. A. Henle of Milford spent Sunday with bis son, Athanaz. County Surveyor Boock of New Ulm was in town Saturday. Allen Pierce of Boone, Iowa, has been spending several weeks with his broth er David, who lives in the town of Mul ligan. Henry Van Valkenburg left Saturday afternoon for Minneapolis to attend the Curtiss Business College. William Harris is visiting with his sister at New Ulm. J. MaDette left last Saturday for Eagle Lake to spend a few weeks with friends and relatives." Take a look at those beautiful set Rings at Schleuder's Jewefry store. Cbarley Rose and John Strassburg left Saturday afternoon for Wadena to visit with friends. Miss Louisa Hauenstein and Miss Ida Hauenstein were the guests of Airs. Wm Mueller the past week. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Vogel list Saturday. Every body is smoking Grand Royals. a a a re Wm. Sandmann and wife and Paul and Herman Quandt visited with Henry Siebert in Gibbon last week. Paul Quandt made Sleepv Eye a busi ness visit last Friday. Later on he will move onto a farm in that vicinity. Sophie Wellner is employed in the store of C. F. Ruemke in New Ulm. Fred Spaeth is visiting with his broth ers in Montevidio. Emma Wellner has gone to Muscatine, Iowa, on a visit. There will be Christmas services in the M. E. church ou Christmas "eve. The event will be enlivened by a Christ mas tree. Speemeni Cases. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel. Wis, .was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheuma tism, his Stomach was dis^ordered.Jhis Liver was affected to an alarming de gree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in strength and flesh. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Jidward Shepherd, Harrigburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and several boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Cataw ba, O., had five largo Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him en tirely. Sold at 0 M. Olseu's Drug Store. 3 CITY NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Public Works of the city ofNew Jim, Brown County, Minnesota, will meet at the City Clerk's office in said city on Monday, the 28th dav of December A. D. 1891 at 7:30 P. M.'for the purpose of assessing the benefits and damages aris ing from the widening of a street as directed by the city council of said city tO'Wit: That the street along and within the city limits being thirty (80) feet wide, from the point where Broadway ends at the city limits, at the "Hospital and Poor House" grounds, and from there running North to where the same is in tersected by Riverside Avenue and the Minnesota River near the most notherly point of River Bottom Lot No. nine (9), be widened by condemning an addition al thirty (80) feet along and adjoining the eastern boundary line of said street and within the city limits. By order of the Board of Public Works. Louis Schilling, Clerk, Board of Public Works. Dated New Ulm, Minn.. Dec. 1st, 1891, Redpath Concert Go. Season of 1891-92. Including such well-known artists as Miss Ella Chamberlain, whistling soloist. Miss Edith Christie violinist. J. P. Gilder, pianist. Master Cecil.Songs & Character Sketches E P. Elliot, humorist. will appear at Wedne^dky, ©ecemjDer' l6% 0^?* Seats now on Sale at the CitT Drug Store. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown ^ss In Probate Court, Special Term, December 9th In'the matter of the estate of William Thiele Jr. deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Henry Ru dolphi of New Ulm, Minn., representing among other things, that William Thiele Jr., late of Kan sas City Missouri, on the 30th day of October A. D. 1891, atKanpas City, Missouri, died intestate, and being a resident of this County at the time of his death, leaving goods, chattels and estate with in this county, and that the said petitioner is au uncle of said deceased, praying that administra tion be to him granted: It is ordered.tnat said petition heard hy the Judge of this Court,oniThursday the 7th day of January A D. 1892, at 10 o'clock A. M., at ttae.Probate .Office in satd county. And It is farther ordered, that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased and to -all persons interested, by publishing a CODT of this order once In each w^ek for three sue. ressf re weeks prior to said day of hearing in the ^NewUlmBeview.a weekly newspaper, printed Sa^pubUshedattiieCity of New Tfim fn said '?&$& at New V\m, Minn.,Hhe 9th day of 4 By the Court, '"v*..It." 8,2 P» :•'•& ORDINANCE NO 37. "*7by An ordinance'Telating to Scavengers. The City Council of the citv of Newto Ulm do ordain '*. Sec. 1. After.'the passage and ap proval of this ordinance, arid, annually thereafter oh' the second Tuesday in April of each ye&r] when other city of ficers are appointed, the' Mayor shall appoint a City Scavenger, subject to confirmation by the City Council, whose term of office shall be one year and un til his successor is appointed and quali fied provided that the first appoint ment hereunder shall expire on the next third Tuesday in April. Sec. 2. The City Council may at any time by resolution or otherwisefixmax imum rates of compensation for work to be done by such scavenger under this ordinauee, and they may also require him to give bond fpr the proper and faithful performance 'of such work iu such amount as they may direct. The Mayor mi also at "any time suspend or discharge such scavenger for cause, whenever in his opinion the circumstan ces may warrant such action. Sec. S. Such scavenger shall provide himself with a wagon or other vehicle with a covered water-tight box for the removal of the contents of p,tivy vaults and other matter emitting an offensive odor or being disgusting to sight. All matter referred to in this ordi nance, removed by the City Scavenger or any other person, shall be removed, deposited or buried in such manner and at such points within.or outside tb« city limits as the Health Officer of the city may direct and approve of. Such removal of matter shall be done in such manner as to prevent any loss or smell on the way or at the place of deposit. Sec.4. It shall be the special duty of such scavenger when requested by the owner, agent or occupant of any premises within the limits of this city, to remove the contents of privy vaults and cleanse the same, also to empty and clean any vault, sink, sewer and private drain and to remove all offal, swill, garbage, rubbish, ashes, dead animals and other! nuisances from private grounds, at such compensation as may be agreed upon BOOTS SHOES BOOTS SHOES BOOTS SHOES $10,000 '.- ERNST BBANDT,' SS JudceotPiobMt. ^-*£tU'M**1 ***Vfc 5 HELLO! HELLO! HELLO! We are ready for the cold weather. Our Stock is.the eompletest! Our Goods are the best! We guarantee a perfect fit! Our Prices are way down! We are Sole Agents for Afred Dolge All Wool Felt Shoes and Slippers. S*t-oheyd©* the parties, subject to the pro-visions of this ordinance. Such scavenger may also be required clean the streets, alleys and public grounds in-said cjty„Qr such,parts of the same at such times and in such manner as the city council may direct. Days more and the glorious, .holiday will, have arrived Are you prepared?, Have you a present, ready^for the one who is deserving of it from you? I not, be sure to come,to our before the Sec. 5. Such City Scavenger, under the direction of the Mayor, any police .officer, or member of the Board of Health, shall have power and it is bis duty to enter upon any premises, be tween sunrise and sunsetr, for the pur pose of examining any vault, privy, sink, sewer or private drain and he shall be permitted access to any and all parts of buildings necessary for such examination,.and also fof the purpose of cleaning* the same, when, necessary. Sec. 6. No scavenger or other per son shall open any privy vault or disturb the contents thereof between the hours of live o'clock a. m. and nine o'clock m. of any day. Nothing in this ordi nance contained shall be construed as to prevent any person from cleansing his own priyy vault, provided the same is done substantially as in this ordinance directed relative to the time, place of deposit and mannor of removal of the same. Sec. 7. Any violation of or neglect to comply with the provisions of this or dinance, "on the part of any scavenger or other person, or refusal of any own er or occupant of any premises or build ings to be examined as herein provided, shalkbe summarily punished by a fine of not less than five dollars nor more than fifty dollars and costs and be im prisoned until such fine and cos*.s are paid not exceeding sixty days. Sec, 8. This ordinance shall take ef fect and be in force from and after ap proval and publication. Passed December 1st A. 1891, 2establishment 5 th and select something suitable. We have ah immense stock, but the best goods are always sold first, and you might get left unless you hurry up. and more articles we can confidently recommend for Christmas gifts, and cordially invite you to look over our line. WAGNER & SAVERIEN, a JemTxjr2k±tvur& a GEEAT AUCTION S,A E 'Worth of'Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Fannels, Shirtings, W Prints, Shirting, Tickings, Gloths, Yarns, Hosiery^ Blankets, Comforts!^Un derwear all sizes, Laces and Embroideries, Rib bons, and lOO O other articles to besold at SOMMER'S STORE ^h^T s'^tQS E VJSRY. DAY] **f\i Tt i-:Sale to commence at 2 o'clock and 7 in tlie %vfening. J% v. &$$$? E. G. Koch President of the Council. Attest: Louis Schilling City Clerk. Approved December 3rd A D. 1891. Charles Wagner Mayor Officially published December 16th A. D. 1891." ARCTICS FELTSHOES ARCTICS FELT SHOES ARCTICS FELT SHOES TabgWestern •,\r. NEW UUteV-s&T •\K?T ^^^J^^V-^^JJ^JV-*^*^" -.^ NE^COODS!^ B. BEHNKE & CO., DEALERS IN G[ood£, Boot ki)d $1\OQ& THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR CASH PLEASE CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL. Farm produce taken in Exchange. .. A, Behnke Manager B- BEH2IKE & O HOLIDAY TRADE. Beussmann Bros, have completely renovated their Department Store for the holi day trade and are now ready to furnish. Christmas Articles to Suit a Million. Department one contains a vast assortment of, TOYS, 5 AM) 1© CENT GOODS AND FA1CT' AITICLIS. Department Two shows up in grand shape, and the stock of A W A E is as complete as usual. PRICES LOW. GOODS OF BEST QUALITY. P. 0 Block, Comer 1st North and Minnesota Sts. New Ulm, Minn. and in fact everything pertaining to a general store. IN ALL RESPECTS MY STOCK IS COMPLETE. Bkt£ ki\d Ckp£ SWSM&XN $°& FOR THE BENEFIT O ALL It is to the interest of every man, woman or child who lives within a radius of fifty miles of New Ulm to know that my NEW STORE is finished. I have removed the clothing stock to the new building, which, by the way, is the longest in Minnesota, and am now prepared to show a new and clean line of CLOTHING A.3NT3 3 GENTS' FUKNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HATS, GAPS, JOHN F. NEUMANN. Christmas. Christmas. In view of the.approaching Holiday Season, I have as usual Q^Sr secured an elegant stock of ALBUM AND CHRISTMAS GOODS. I also have a splendid assortment of the very latest designs in Christmas Cards and Notions, which I will sell at reduced prices. Everything New. Nothing Old. Chas. Gebser,, NEW ULM, MINN. & & AUtf^S-S) IDeler in Stoves and Ranges, Choline $tove$ arid ^in-wafe. Hardware, Farming Imple ments, Nails, Fence Wire, Washers, Clothes Wringers, Asphaltum and Asbestos Roofing, etc., etc. Special attention given to menc|ung and repairing of Tin Ware. Xl Work warranted. Drug Store. A O. M. OLSEN, RUGGIST and APOTHECARY. DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines Chemi^^t cals, Toilet Articles, Fan cy Goods, Stationery and Musical Instruments. Ois, Paints, Brushes, Varnishes and Glass. Physicians' Prescriptions ca*-?~ fully prepared from ptire and fresh Drugs. Agency for the celebrated Estey Or gans and Pianos. Please give me a call. £& O. M. OLSEN Meridian Block. Ne Ulm, Minn. F. H. BEHNKE, E A E I N .: efy, I^n^, etd, GOOD TABLE BUTTER. NEW ULM, MINN. Goods sold at Rock-bottom prices foi cash. Goods delivered in any part of the city. (Established in 1864 by Dr.C. Wescbxke.) PIONEER Drug Store, by $nd. J. fj. DRD6S, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Books, Stationery, Trusses, supporters. Shoul der Braces, Crutches, etc. Paints, Oils Varnishes, Glass and Artists' Supplies. Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours of the day and night. Ivers & Pond Pianos, Sterling Organs Band Instruments and other musica. merchandise. SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County ol Brown a District Court, Ninth Judicial District. Iiouis Sandan, Plaintiff VS. Augustus Tappe, the unknown heirs of said Aue ustusTappe, aDd also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate describod in the com c? ln *n 4 ', Defendants Tpe State of Minnesota, to the above named De fendants: You and each of you moned and required to plaint of the Plaintiff in action, which is filed in the office" of the Clerk of the District Court of the Ninth Judicial Distnct.in and for the County of Brown and State of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber at his office in the city of New Ulm in eaid County .with in twenty days after the service of this summons upon you.exclusive of the day of such serviceiand if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action will an ply to the Court for the relief demanded in the STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Brown District Court, Ninth Judicial District. Louis Sandau, Plaintiff. Augustus Tappe, fhe unknown heirs of said Au. gustus Tappe, and also all other persons or r.artiea unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the com plaint herein. DefendPntB Notice ishereby given, that an action has been commenced in this Court by the above named Plaintiff against the above named Defend*^ for the purpose of determining any aUvarse clah£ estate, hen or interest In aDd to the real estate hereinafter and in the complaint herein Ascribed claimed by said defendants or either of them and to have the same adjudged void also to have the above named defendants, and all persons or nnrV ies claiming under or through them!foreverbarred from claiming and from any and al c]aims rhrht tit e, estate, fien or interest inOTto S «af S tate or any pari thereof adverse to the niafntiff Tbe-premises affected by said action a«» «if nof«,,i assays a?saS£* De*l8 in and for said county. Dated November 9th, 1891. JOS. A. ECKSTEIN ceSe^f °?f^ytf1" tyi. are hereby sum answer the com the above entitled Dated ftovember 9th, 1891. JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Plaintiff's Attorney, New Ulm, Minn. NOTICE OF~LIS PENDENS. & N5 A Plaintiff's Attorneys, New Ulm, Minn. QTATE OP MINNESOTA, County of Brown lea )J' O In Probate Court. Special Tenn.Becember $ a a Jan*et Tesrow de- On reading and filitg the netition nf fu f* Smith,adminirtrator oftte tsfiffi ofJaSet S deceased, representing otherthin« ^Xffltadmi^8tdf^,dcamongAxed to^* a a ^Wtef'&pray? fe 1» for anaallowingthe final account of bJs a 8t\day e:xami»ff£8^?Si of ft J»n«ar7i ftS oneeto each week lotthra^fcSve JZAXSZ to .aid day of tearing, I By the Court. x-%^k .„ KBN8T BRANDT S&f* CL-8-3 tt '"dga of Probate.