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Application for Liquor License...
STATE OF "MINNESOTA,)
1'-"tCorrsTX OF BROWN, fee.
V" $! CITY OF NEW ULM.
"'.Notice i" hereby given, that applications have
beeu made in writing, to the council of IUP city ot
Mew Ulm, and filed '.n my office, pra-mgfor lic
en«e, to sell intoxicating liquors, for the terra
commencing on the 15th dai' or April 1892, and
terminating on the 15tb day or April 1898, by the
.. following persons and at the following places, as
stated in said applications to wit:
Charles Stengle The northwest room on first
floor, of a two storv frame building, situated on
lots No. 9 & 10 block No. 1.
\nton J. Schwerzlcr The northwest room on
fir*t floor, of a two ptory brick building, situated
on lot No. 13, block No. 65.
I=idor Haas The room on first floor of a two
story frame buildins, situated on parts of lots No
6 & 7, block No, 66."
Mathias Siebenbrunner The front room on first
floor, of a two story brick buildmg.situated on 'ot
No. 9, block No 66.
Eichard Geisinger The front room on first
floor, of a two story brick building situated on
lot No. 13, block No. 64.
New Ulm Turnverein: The two story brick
building, situated on lots No 1 to 7, block No 107,
New Ulm Brewing Company The front room
in a one story frame building, situated on lot No
3. block No 2. all south of Centre Street in the
said city of New Ulm.
C. R. Anderson The room of a one story brick
buildins. situated on lot No. 14, block No. 67.
Mike'Ranweiler The front room on first flioi
of a one and a half story building.situated on loi
No. 5, block No. 69.
Andreas Amau: The two story bricnk building,
corner ot Brondway and First North Street.situat
ed on ,-at ts of lots No. 11 & 12, block No. 66,
Hpnry Seifert The front room on firslfloor of a
two story blick building, situated on Jot No. 1,
Joseph Klor The southwest room on first floor
of a two story brick building, situated on lots No
13 & 12, block N.
Joseph Groebne* The northeast room on
first floor, of a one and a half storv frame building
situated on lot No.7, block No. 104.
Peter Herian The front room of a one storj
frame building, situated on part of Eagle Alii]
John Korbel jr. The Northwest room on first
floor, of a two story frame buildins:, ttiiuated on
lot No. 8, block No. 68.
Anton Hartmuih The front room on first floor
of a two story brick building, situated on North
half of lot No. 6, block No. 68,
Fred Williams The front room on first floor, ol
of a two story brick building situated on north
half of L,ot No. 9, block No. 63.
Charles Brust The room in a one story brick
addition, situatedon south half of lot No. 4, block
F. VV. Baarsch The front room on first floor of
a two story frame building situated on lot No. 10,
block No. 66.
Weisand Hauenstein Tbe front room on first
floor of a two story frame building, situated on
north half of lot No. 6, block No. 67.
Joseph Schmucker The two brick building,
situated on lots No. 9 & 10 Block No. 217, Park
Edward Maltzahn: The room in first floor of a
two story brick building, situatedon parts oflots
No, 12 & 13, block No. 65.
John F. Neumann: The room of a one story brick
building, situatedon the centre of lot No. 10,block
No. 64. -WJI^-SBBB
John Wiltscheck jr. The northwest room on
first floor of a two story brick bnilding, situated
on lot No. 8, block No. CD all north of Centre
Street in the said city of NPW Ulm.
Said applications will be heard and determined
by said council of the City of New Ulm, at the
City Clerk's Oftice, in said city of New nim,Brown
County, Minnesota, on the 12th day of April A.D.
1895?, at 8 o'clock P.OT.of that day.
Witness my hand and seal of said city this 21st
day of March A. D.. 1892.
I LOTJIS SCHILLING,
S E A
W A a
THE LADIES OF
Are Invited To Call and See My
First Display of
Lates Novelties in
SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE:
Stoughton Wapns & Buggies,
RUGGIST and APOTHECARY
^/Mm* DEALER I N
Drugs, Medicines, Chemi
cals, Toilet Articles, ^Fan
cy Goods, Stationery and
Ois, Paints. Brushes, Varnishes and
Physicians9 Prescriptions ca""}
fully prepared from pure and
fresh Drugs. -.^"v/... tz!-'sr'$&
Agency for tbe celebrated Estey Or
grans and Pianos. .'.
Please give me a call.
O. M. OLSEN.
Meridian Block, New Ulm, Minn
ML I Hi 31,1 "N EI IS, "Y"
Ladies Furnishing Goods.
MJ& B. ^oiimknn & do.
Union Motel, New Vim,
We have just received a large new stock of Fall
Millir.ery Goods consisting part of Hats, Bon
nets, Velvets, Silks Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers,
Also Patterns for stamping monograms. Stamp.
Ins of all kinds furnished". Emb-oidery Work
and Kensington painting done to order and les
W havej'just purchased a new
Hambietonian Trotting horse, brown
with black main, 16% hands high, and
invite all admirers of fine horses to call
at our stables and see him. His record
a a Sleighs a S in W a ^^fH.'^C*"
Pull line of Fuller & Johnson Mfg. Go. goods such as Mowers, Rakes, Plows
Aultman & Taylor & Minneapolis Engines & Separators, Huber Engines.
Binding Twine. Machine Oils, Pumps, Hay tools. In fact anything and everything yon may wanj, at
prices that will astonish yon. When in the city call and see-ns, we want to show yon our goods and
make yon prices even iryou dont want to buy. 0^ Repairs for above always on hand.
NEW ULM MINNESOTA,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
Kretscb & Berg.
S and BOMETS.
MRS. B. FOLLMANN.
S I N
SHOES ^O THE BOYS.
BUY THE CELEBRATED
IN LADIES FINE^SHOES, W E &ELL THE ,'
EQijisilleci To Few!
Is The Completest Ever Shown In This City.
In Everyday Knock About, W a Resisting
"Shoes, we show a line excelled by no other
ffirm regarding Quality or Price,
will deal with a dishonest merchant or"employ a poor lawyer.
The conscientious retailer should be both merchant and lawyer
You buy and we sell Carpets and Wall Paper You ask us
for goods to meet your taste We are able to supply you with
them It is to your interest to deal with a house whose reputation
is second to none You want nothing but the best This is what
WE give you. In the line of,
a a & a
we have been unusually fortunate this season to procure the choicest
patterns and colorings. Whenever you have a few houis time, call at our
establishment and be convinced that ou claims are honest. No trouble to
show goods at,
WAGNER & SAVERIEN.
123 N. MINNESOTA STR.
St. Paul White Lead
& Oil Co. Mixed Paints.
BARN PAINTS, FLOOR PAINTS, COLORS IN OIL
AND VARNISH, WHITE LEAD, LEAD ANDZINC, TINTED
LEADS, OILS, TURPENTINE, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
ALABASTINE, ETC EVERYTHING IN THE PAINT LINE
AT TH E
S S I "M HENNINCSEM& KIESEL.
SPRING GOODS! SPRING GOODS!
DRYGOODS,^ NOTIONS & ^GROCERIES.
YOUR GOODS OP
There you will find an nice line of goods and veryhf low prices.
O 1 I I S IE*ix:rxiL±1ruLr© is
WE HANDLE THE CELEBRATED
SHERWiN WILLIAM'S MIXED HOUSE PAINTS
which we guarantee for five years. $0fe also handle
A, JSehnke Managers
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BEHNEE & CO.,
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Gcood^, Soot^ knd gl^oeA Skt^ ki\d dkp^.ft
}(otior\& G^foderie^ ki\d Cfockefy.
TH£ CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR CASH.
PLEASE CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
"_ Farm produce taken in Exchange.
ri-^1 Have Completely Renovated their
contains a vast assortment of 5 and 10 cents goods and all kinds of fancv article
suitable for marriage, birthdny and ether presents. Mouth organs, aecordeon
jewelry, albums autographs, pocket books, cigar -cases, pipes, cigar holder*
guns, revolvers, fishing tackle and a fine and complete assortment" of genera
sporting goods. Also a selected stock of baby carriages.
It is to the interest of every man, woman or child who lives within a radiu5
of fifty miles of New Ulm to know that my NEW STORE.is finished.
I E I E A-TyraWEESTigrT O 7 0 I
shows np a full assortment of shelf hardware iron, steel, mechanics' and far
mors' tools of all kinds. The world renowned Baker barbed wire, Geo. VY
Pitkin's incomparable mixed paints and a large assortment of machine and othei
oils. All our goods are of a first class qualitv and prices on the same are rock
NEFIT O ALL!
I have removed the clothing stock to the new building, which,
the way, is the longest in Minnesota, and am now prepared to show a«',
new and clean line of
OL.OTHIKTO .-A-nX ID'
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Dry Goods. Groceries,
I have as" usual secured an elegant and unlimited stock
STATIONERY AND WALL PAPER.
I also have a splendid assortment of the very latest designs in Birthday
Cards and Notions, which I will sell at reduced prices.
NEW ULM, MINNJ
-. & AHWOUD#
Stove and Eanges,
0 Molii\e 0tove^-- .'and Yinware:
Hardware, Farming Imple
ments, Nails, Fence Wire,
Western Washers, Clothes
Wringers, Asphaltum and
Asbestos Roofing, etc., etc.,
Special attention given to mending and repairing of Tin Ware. Al
ft£-. ~S-"V DEADER IN
S E A W A E
New Triumph Seeders, Dowagiac Light Running, Perfect Shod
Drills, La Crosse Steel and Wood Frame Lever Harrows Genuine
Thompson's Iron Corner CliniaxBuggies,La Crosse & Milburn Wagons1
Domestic & Standard^Sewing Machines, Miimeapolis Binders Wnod's^
Mowers. ag- !fsrt«
Located Hew etore OH Minnesota St., next to W Bnarach