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tobaccos used in the production of
this cigar are the best money can buy.
Try one and be convinced.
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Manufacturers of High Grade cigars.
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Extra Fancy Canned Salmon, per can,
Good Canned Salmon, per can,
Fishballs in Fish Bouillons, per can,
Hamburger pickled Eels in Jelly, can,
Fancy Champignons, per can,
Armour's Potted Ham, per can,
Extra Fine tStar Lobster, per can,
Gold Label Sardines in Mayonaise
Dressing, per can,
Dittman'ii's Russian Caviar, per can?
5 0 to 7 5
Extra Fine Clam Chowder, per can,
Extra Fine Oxtail Soup, per can,
Blue Label Mock Turtle Soup, ca-n,
Burnham's Clam Bouillon, per bottle,
Heinz's Baked Beans per can,
1 0 3 5 and 2 0
Fancy Canued Sweet Potatoes, can,
F. H. BEHNKE.
IS Minnesota Street. New Ulm,
OROtfE BEOS-' SPECIALS.
White and colored shirts for little fel
lows to tit a boy «.t the age of 4 to 14.
Don't trouble making your night
shirts, you buy them ready-made with
without collar, plain or trimmed at
"0c, 75c and #1.
Do not watt till tomorrow,
It may bring sorrow
It you miss buying one of our Easter
Timothy, red and white clover, red
top, millet and other grass seeds. These
seeds are of the best assortment and
nearly all grown in this vicinity. For
sale at W. G. Alwin'e *City Drug Store.
Let us help you make your bill of fare.
Mr*. Otto Wiedemann
laves at^Echo test week.
very fine and "faeah.
Sliced per lb.
finer than silk.
Remember we give tickets entitling
you to dishes for purchases of 25c and
Tel.4 8. Geo. Hauenstein.
Miss Minnie Schocb spent last week
with friends in St. Faatl.^ ifh^
Judge J. O. Andrews visited Mankato
Monday on legal business. :t
Mr. and Mm. R. D. Little visited rela
tives in Mankato last week*.
John Dietz of Jordon, was visiting
relatives in this dt? this week.
Peter Manderfeld returned Monday
evening from a short trip to Owatonna.
Hon. G. S. Ives of St. Peter, was in
this city for a few hours last Wednesday.
The "Just Us" club held a private
dance in Schell's hall Saturday evening.
A daughter was born to Rev. and Mrs.
W. H. Johnson last Wednesday morn
John Karl has taen confined to his
bed for several days with a very severe
Miss Alma Dunkel has been suffering
for several days with an attack of la
Mrs. H. L. Saverein entertained par
ty of ladies at her home Thursday even
ing of last week.
Mr. and Mrs, Eridkson of .Springfield,
were visiting friends in this city the fore
part of the week.
The Turnverein will give their second
annual mask ball at Turner hall Easter
Mr. and Mrs. N. Henningsen expect
to start on Thursday for a short trip to
Pacific coast points.
The Domestic club will hold its regu
lar meeting with Mrs. S. D. Peteison
Thursday of this week.
Jack McCaull of Minneapolis, spent
Sunday in this city the guest of Prank
Cassidy, of the Journal.
Mrs. George Doehne and Vera Strick
ler vi3ited the family of Dr. Rothenberg
at Springfield last weeu.
The spring opening at the millinery
parlors of Mrs. Pfefferle took place yes
terday and was very successful.
Elmer Haeberle, a tenth grade pupil,
took the Journal Junior's tirst prize in
its cartoon competition last week.
Mrs. A. W. Hubbard went to Redwood
Falls Monday morniEg to attend the fu
neral of Mr. Hubbard's grandmother.
The ladies missionary society of the
Congregational church will meet Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Carson.
Schmucker's Tivoli has been repaint
ed and decorated during the past week
and is now as sprick and span as can be,
Julius Berndt left Wednesday after
noon for a two weeks visit with his son
in-law, Charles Darwin, at Porter, Minn.
Mrs. Geo. Grimm of "Springfield, spent
several days in this city last week vis
iting her mother.Mre. Joseph Schneider.
Miss Lucy Hauenstein spent the lat
ter part of last week vt Springfield, the
guest of her sister, Mrs. William Muel
Albert Kiesling, one of New Ulm's
popular blacksmiths, has just turned
out a tine milk wagon for Her. Pfaen
State Librarian F. W. Jehuson, form
erly editor of this paper, was calling up
on triends and relatives here last Satur
11. ih. Saverien returned Friday from
St. Paul where he had been attending
the annual session of the grand lodge
A. O. U.. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hose returned
Saturday evening from their Pacific
coast tour, having been absent about
Deputy game warden John C. Geiger
'has been "confined to the Bouse the great
er part of the past week with a severe
attack of bronchitis.
Miss Boenie Andtews «ame up from
Mankato, where she is attending school,
and s.pent Saturday and Sanday with her
parents in this city.
Baeh Bros., have moved their music
store from its former location to the
Rudolphi building, corner ef Minnesota
and 3rd North streets.
Dwig&t Mowery "occupied the pulpit"
in the school taught by his sister, Miss
May, at Courtland Monday during the
temporary illness ef his sister.
James C. Gillanc1 and Sophie Bonger,
both of the town of Albm, were united
in marriage by Judge George at his of
fice in the court house Monday morning.
H. N. Soiosen started Monday morn
ing for New Orleans where he, with his
brother Steve of Winona, have real es
tate interests. He will be gone about
John Faulner of Spokane, spent sev
eral days in this city last week in the
interests of the Goat CreekMining com
pany, in which seyeral New Ulm parties
f&air muter at
fill the Vacancy caoaed br the
tiotr of Adolpb Alarifc:.-^ g|
Girtiude Ayer, tite expart tidf'
tidan will be at M*rcba*te Kitet- BBwr
UIra, OB Wednesday anil Thnnday, Apr.
11th and 12th. Two days only. Don*t
forget the date.
Last Wednesday was the 40th birth
day of John Henle and his friends cele
brated the event in the evening in a
very pleasant manner,, the 2nd regiment
band tendering hint serenade.
Miss LSHe Mohr, teacher in the first
North primery, lias been quite sick for
the past week and is still unable to at*
tend to her duties. Her place has been
supplied temporarily by Mrs. E. T. Crit
Albert Wagner of Mankato, Adolf,
who is at present at the state university,
and George, who is at AnnArbor, Micbv
were in this city last week in attendance
upon their father, Charles "Wagner, who
is very sick.* ..••••'--' ,.
The spring opening Saturday at Mrs.
Follmann's millinery parlors was a com
plete success in every particular, the
number of patrons being largely in ex
cess of any previous occasion. The dis
play was very attractive and beautifully
"The best thing in the comedy line
that has ever visited the city," is the ver
dict of all who saw "'Other People's
Money" as' presented by Hennessy Le
royle at the opera house Sunday even
ing. The comedy is clean and refresh
ing and does not contain the slighest
taint of vulgarity or coarseness. The
lines are bright and witty and the com
pany was excellently balanced. As an
interpreter of neat comedy Mr. Leroyle
has few superiors.
The ladies of the Turnverein have ar
ranged to hold a fair at Turner hall Sat
urday and Snnday, May 5th and 6th.
The ladies of the Turnverein are born
entertainers and it is entirely unnecces
ary for The Review to say anything in
their praise. The fair in contemplation
will be one of the best ever and that it
will be a financial as well as a social
success is certain. During the progress
of the fair there will be a musical and
Michael Dcrnmer, a prominent farmer
of West Newton, met with a peculiar ac
cident Saturday evening which resulted
in a compound fracture of his right leg
between the knee and the ankle. He was
leading a cow hitched behind his wagon
when the animal in some manner became
entangled in the rope, and in attempting
to right matters Mr. Dummer was thrown
to the ground and injured as before stat
ed. Dr. O. C. Strickler was called and
set the fractured limb and the patient is
Adolph Alwin has resigned from the
leadership of the choir in the Methodist
church, a position which he has occupi
ed for the past twenty years. Mr. Alwin
has given to the church faithful and
efficient service and his withdrawal from
active duty will be regretted by his
many friends both within the church and
without. A. thoroughly competent in
structor and leader, his resignation was
voluntary and unsolicited to pave the
way for certain changes in the personal
of the organization which it seemed de
Changes became effective on the
North-Westsrn road sunday as follows:
W. D. Cantillon, at present superinten
dent of the Winona & St. Peter division*
wiil have the Dakota division added to
his Jurisdiction. William Hengster, chief
train dispatcher at Winona, will be
made train master, with headquaiters
at Tracy. F. D. Steward, assistant su
perintendent, with headquarters at Tracy,
will be made assistant superintendent,
with headquarters at Huron. Harry
Sanborn, assistant superintendent at Hu
ron, will be made superintendent of the
Western Iowa division.
The New Ulm Boot & Shoe company
let the contract Saturday afternoon for
the erection of their building and expect
to have the plant in operation by June
1st. A full description of the building
has been given in previous issues of The
Review and it only remains to be, said
at this time that work will be prosecut
ed vigorously until it is completed. The
plant which will be installed at the pres
ent will consist-*! a 25-horse power en
gie, winh 40-horse power boiler, and
50 machines, the capacity being in
creased from time to time as the necessi
ties of the business may require. The
contract for the construction of the
Albert Riesling celebrated the
35th anniversary of her birth last Wed
nesday evening and was treated to a
pleasant surprise by the ladies society
of Ifriedens church.
Cliair Wlaa am
building was awarded to Schapekahm &|Mr. Hanna bad very little more to say.
«l Ce., of this city. ... *r ... ^/^I—Benson Monitor.
Wat* ay On» Vate.
Is Pint War* 6S.
Ffcr Otjr Jmtte*
Lttrary Ptapoattloa Dttattd by L«t* Ma
jority, the VataStwdta*aawft*.
Mayor, Charles Weschke.
City Clerk. Louis Schilling:
City Justices, N. Henningsen, George
Constable, John Geiger.
Aldermen—1st ward, Herman Nagel
2nd ward, Wd. Eibner 3rd ward Ernst
The battle of ballots has been fought.
The political epidemic that has been
raging for the past two weeks reached
its culminating point Tuesday and for
another twelve months the city will be
at peace, at least so far as municipal
offices are concerned.
The ticket elected, and which appears
at the head of this story, is a good one
in every particular and the voter who
honored any of the defeated candidates
with bia suffrage has no cause to com
plain, even though he played a losing
As shown by the details given here
with the "bloody first" will hence forth
be compelled to surrender its sanguinary
title, the present election establishing
for the second ward a stronger claim to
that appelation. A bare margin of one
vote is all that establishes the election
of Wd. Eibner as alderman for the 2nH
The retention of Herman Nagel in the
city council from the first ward is fixed
by the comfortable majority of 68, the
vote standing 174 for Nagel and 106 tor
The election of Henniagsen as city
justice is a personal triumph of which
he may justly be proud, as upon him
seemed to be centered the animus of a
most bitter personal campaign.
It is greatly to be regretted that the
voters saw fit to defeat the library prop
osition, that measure receiving the sup
port of but 300 ef the citizens while
482 placed themselves on record as op
The vote iu detail:
For Mayor xrd 2 wd
Weschcke 172 149
Klossner 97 104
Weschcke 511, klossner 275.
Henningsen 499, Jacobs 488, Brandt 351
Constable 1 2wd 3wd
6 1 1 9 8
Dout 23 37 26
Julius 29 28 35
Geiger 538, Dout 86, Julius 92.
Nagel 174, Brust 106.
Eibner 129, Herrian 128.
For Library lw 2wd 3wd
111 89 100
Against 2wd 3wd
131 164 189
For library 300, Against 482.
The Schell's brewing company have
been notified by the state game warden
that they must tag the deer in their park
at the brewery in order to prevent their
confiscation by the state. The order,
we ire informed by Manager Otto Schell,
will be cheerfully complied with, al
though an interesting technical point
might be raised in the matter, the deer
in question having been shipped into
Minnesota from Iowa and Wisconsin
prior to the issuing of the order requir
ing the tagging of deer in private parks.
The herd now consists of twenty fine
specimens and the expense of securing
their registration will be an even $5.
Last week Senator Davis stood up in
the republican caucus and told his col
leagues that if the senate persists in
passing a tarriff bill discriminating a
gainst Puerto Rico, President McKinley
will lose the electoral vote of Minnesota
this fall. He furthei informed them that
he would not consider himself bound by
an action they might take. Mr Hanna
was making a speech at the time in fa
vor of committing the caucus in support
of the bill. Davis interrupted him and
after the Minnesota man bad spoken,
Not only for. Christmas Dolls, but for Dolls that are
liable to come at any time. For them you want an up-to
date Cab or Cart. That is the only kind we will offer for
1900. Prices are all in your favor, we ask only a small
margin over manufacturer's cost. Call within a few days
and we will be pleased to show you the most beautiful
Century line of Cabs and Go-carts,
THE HOUSE FURNISHER.
DR. G. F. BEACHLER,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office and residence: Corner Minnesota and 2d North Street.
Ruptures and Chronic Diseases
I have a guaranteed cure for Ruptures of Men, Women and Children in from
30 to 60 days, without operation, pain or danger.
Have cured hundreds otpatients afflicted with ruptures iu this vicinity with
in the past four years, and the following is one of the many testimonial* which I
have received from grateful patients:
NEW ULM, MINN., Jan. 5, 1900.
I took treatment of Dr. Beachler over three years ago for a Rupture which 1
bad for about twenty-five years, and am perfectly satisfied with my cure. Have
not worn my truss for over three years and have had no signs whatever of my
lupture returning. have every confidence in Dr. Beachler and heartily recom
mend him to anyone having a Rupture.
P. O.: New Ulm, Minn. (Signed) Jacob Brust.
Terms for Rupture are: Xo cure, no pay, and no pay till cured.
I A That tired
You can cure it.
By throwing the pills down our alleys. It is exercise you need
andoowling is the test exercise a man can talce.
Try it atthe BOWLING E E N
^Usp pure Wirjes ar Cordials.
No. 123 N Minnesota S Tel. JSa, 64. New Ulm, Minn.