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Eug. A, Pfefferle.
The Reliable Druggist. Chas. Toberer and W E. Koch left on the afternoon train on their tiip to the south and to Cuba. Dr. Rayley was called to Sleepy Eye last Thursday to attend Father Stulz who has been very sick. There is not much in the name but the picture at H. Schmidt's' Ne Art Studio are the finest in the city. Dr. L. A. Fritsche of thi? place at tended a meeting of the board of medic al examiners at St. Paul, last week. W Stork one ot the commission men of this city is in Chicago where he will spend a few Tfiys visiting his brother. "Wm. F. Seiter left last Tuesday for Omaha to take up his work in that city. His family remain in this city for the present. Albert Renner of Oomfrey, the genial salesman for the Piano Binder Co. is in the city and will spend several days here visiting. The body of Mrs. Danheim who died at Le Sueur was shipped to this city last Wednesday and was buried in the Kl-oss ner cemetery. Henry Salzbrun of Sleepy Eye was in the city Monday to consult his attorneys in another law case in which he lias lie come involved. 'wwi :-\m^^^i The First Quarrel &'"j> between sweethearts could often be patched up if the men in the case would only think ot the p^ace bungin qualities of our fine candies. There's a hint in this for the married man too. Jost think how you like a pres ent 6f a box of good cigars and then give your wife a box of our fine candies and see if it doesn't 'bring the old smile to tier face, which you used to think was sweeter than a whole barrel full of bon bons. The Pioneer drugstore has four show ises for sale at a bargain. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Humme Monday. Attorney Hauser of Morgan was in the city Thursday on business. Ellof Asleson of Hanska was in the city on business Thursday. Geo. Graff of Ivanhoe was in this city Sunday visiting relative. A. R. Bowling of Fargo, N D. was in the city over Sunday visiting friends. Dr. Stnckler was called to Linden Monday to make a professional visit. Dr. J. L. Schoch was called to Linden yesterday afternoon to attend a patient. Miss Anna Wiesner who has been visit ing friends at St. Peter arrived home Sunday. Albert PfaeDder and Fred Stolz were down to the capityl city on business the first of the week. Representative S. Peterson was home from his duties at the state capitol to spend Sunday. There was another of the popular dances at the Star hall Sunday evening that was well attended. For Sale. Modern dwelling house, at a bargain. Appl to F. H. Krook, city. Some Cough Truth •fr •fr •fr •fr •fr •fr •fr •fr •fr 'K*$& •fr •fr If you get the wrong cough «fr remedy and it fails, you lose time, render the cough harder to cure, and are out your money. J| There are a good many wrong cough remedies, but it is easy to avoid them. Gome here and get «fr our Hoarhound, Tar and Wild «fr I Cherry Cough Ouie and you will be sure of an effective, scientific preparation, one that is endorsed by hundreds of people in this lo cality, and one that costs you nothing if it ever fails. •fr $ •fr •fr Three size«t 25c, 50c and $1. •fr And. J. Eckstein,•frr •fr •f Pharmacist. 4"!"t"»'t"i"!"l'^'I"l"l"i,»'l"l"t"I"Hi.|..i..t..t..i..i. "Jv. Fresh caught Trout, Pickerel and Wbitefiah every Friday at Stnebe's Meat Market. Phone 152. ^^.v^ People of the city are assured that they will be well entertained by the up Is of the Catholic school in their concert at the opera bouse next Satur day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Eckstein'entertain ed a number of their friends at their home Saturday evening at a peanut par ty, the sequel to which was a game of progressive euchre. Henry Furbt of Chicago- was*in the city Monday for the purpose of attend ing a meeting of the stock holders of the John Hauenstein Brewing Company in which he is interested. Spectacles need changing occasional ly. Come early to have your eyes test ed by Prof. Meyer at C. G. Keim's from Jan. 31 to Feb. 2. On account of the large amount of type that is required in handling the county matter ft is necessary that the news part of the paper appear this week lacaing in some features. The members of Hecker Post G. A. R. to winch Wm Pf aender, sr. belongs, gave 'him a very pleasant euprise party Sun day. The fraternal act was greatly ap preciated by Mr. Pfaender. Wm. Blauert was agreeably surprised on Thursday evening last by having a number ot his friends call and help bitn celebrate the anniversary of his birth day. The occasion was enjoyed by all. Tomorrow eveniuiug the ladies of the O. H. S. are intending to give a card social at their place of meeting in Gebser's hall. They will serve lunch and au ad mission fee of 25 cents is to be charged. The directors of the Brown Co. Bank at their meeting Thursday afternoon elected E. G. Koch, president L. A. Fritsche, vice president and Jos. Bob leter, cashier, this being a re-election of the old officers. The merchants who are the most liber al in helping to build up the interests of the city are toe ones who are deserving of the best patronages. A man is worth to his community juat as much as he is capable of contributing to it. The Review is under obligations to Hon. S. D. Peterson for a copy each day of the Journal and House ol the Senate, which contains a complete record of the work of the legislature and is a very useful thing especially in a newspaper office. The flour mill at Young America that was owned by A. Koch and Geo. Schmidt has been sold to Aug. Benzin, sou of the owner of the Cottonwood mill who will operate it. Mr. Koch will move to Echo and Mr. Schaiidt will retire fiom the milling business. E. F. Sell has engaged Miss Matie Kiesling, aB experienced and up to-date milliner of N Ulm to,take charge of the millinery department of his store the coming season. Miss Kiesling will as sume her duties about Feb. 15th.—Fair fax Standard. Rev. S. G. Updyke was in Sleepy Eye Sunday where he preached the afternoon sermon at the dedication of the new Congregational church. His place in this city was filled by the members of. the Christian Endeavor society who held a public meeting in the church. It is something of a novelty in this city tb go on ths streets after 7:30 and find the places of business closed and the windows darkened as a result of the early closing movement. The change is no doubt highly appreciated by the busi ness men and especially by the clerks.. Rev. F. Meierbachtel of Fairfax came over Sunday and will remain in this city during the entire week to assist Rev. Hohn of the Methodist church the series .of meetings that he is holding. The meeting are^held every evening in the church, beginning at 7 o'clook, and are being well attended. The new piano contest has become a settled fact and a tuamber of the mer chants who are not in the other contest have ordered their piano and will be in the field for trade in the same manner that the others are, so that there is rea son to believe that there will be no diffi cult in some organization securing a piano cheap. The organization of a rural telephone company is being agitated by the resident farmers of the town of Mi Iford and a meeting has been called for the% 22d at the Milford hall to consider the matter. Such a line has been established and is working very satisfactorily in other counties and there is no reason why it should not be made to do so here. •£& The "Happy Circle" which is com posed of the young people of the Turn er society will give a grand masquerade ball at Turner hall on Saturday evening Jan. 31st.'-.'In connection with the ball there is to be a program for the enter tainment of these present. The young people will find* their entertainment a very popular one. Schoch of this city. 3&p Members of the St. Johns tkrart C. O. are planning to have an entertainment at Cecillian hall on Sunday evening Feb. 1st to which they give the public a general invitation. There is to be a musical program after which refresh ments will be served and a social time had. The price of 25 cents has been fix ed for men. *•«, ^~s The little village of Courtland came near having a tragedy last Thursday in the saloon in that place. A quarrel arose between two men and in attempt ing to1 act as peace maker Jack Irwin was struck with a chair in the hands of Herman Rinkel and was given a severe scalp wound which was dressed by Dr. Joseph Matsch a resident of West Newton was called from this life to meet his reward at the age of 45 years, his death occurring on Wednesday last. was afflicted with a disease that has claimed the most of the human race, consumption. He was buried from the Catholic church Saturday morning un der the auspises of the C. O. F, of which order he was a member. At the meeting of the Concordia band last Thursday evening the election of officers resulted as follows: Christ Ruemke, president Paul Hackbarth, vice president Wm Schmidt, secretary F.J Backer, treasurer AlbertBoock, director C. G. Reim, Assistant director. The band will purchase new uniforms and will be in a position to make an excellent show ing when necessary, the coming season. Frameless eye glass and spectacles handsome to look at, restful to look through. Prof. Meyer at C. G. Reim Jan. 31 to Feb. 2. The following note from Ed. Bosk may be of interest to some readers: "Opposite me at this writing table sits Mr. Pudd'nhead Wilson with his black eye, just a little covered with powder, so to hide the marks which some N Ul fellow or'whoever it was, left on this actors face. The show is just^ getting ready to leave this evening for Chicago where it is going to disband on account of poor business and bad train connections many mis- in this section'which led to engagement." .' Saturday morning the body of Christ ian Schaefer was laidtb rest in the Luther an_cemetery. The funeral service being held in the Lutheran churclu ^Decease was one'of the old-time residents of this city and eversince his boyhood days has been identified with the growth and pros perity of the. city. He was well known to most of the people who have lived here for several years, having operated a dray line and carried the express. Iu leaving this life he leaves behind his widow and her three daughters who will feel deeply his loss. ,,-. ,.v At the meeting of the library board that was held on Wednesday evening, the librarian requested that she have the privilege of closing the library on Wed nesday and Friday evenings so that she would not be compelled to absent her self from all entertainment during the week and the request was unanimously granted. The board is still looking for some philanthropic man to come for ward and donate a sum of money large enough to lelieve the board of the har a in debt that is hanging over it. Euchre will be the entertainment pro vided. Misfortuue has again visit Willard Little in the death of the infant son left by the mother who was buried only a few days ago. The child was not strong from birth, and the prospects of its liv ing were few. It was less than six months of age. In this double.affliction the sym pathy of the frieuds of Mr. Little in this city is again made manifest and all share with him in the distress, that has come over his live this early in his years. The infant was buried Saturday from the home of Mr and Mrs. Hilding Krook and was laid to rest in the city cemetery beside its mother. Headache from eye strains are cured by p/operly adjusted glasses. Prof. Meyer ot N Yoi will be here Jan. 81 to Feb. 2nd at C. G. Reim's. '&£& The attempt of the Journal to get at the inside history of the postoffice changes at Sleepy Ey is somewhat amus in at paper la^ys the charge to Cleary's door that he is striving to rob Mr. Someiville of the privilege of rent ing his building to the government for the use of the postoffice, when the truth of the matter is that tour or five years ago the lot back of the present banking house of Griffith & Smitffwas bought by them for the purpose of patting up a suitable postoffice ouilding and with the customary slowness of tbe department the plans have just been approved, in the meantime tbe office waa removed to the only vacant building.in the city that was suitable and that was tbe Somerville property. N doubt Mr. Somerville would like to keep it there bnt it was only a circumstance that gave it to him for the time tha he will have it. It is doubtful if Mr. McOleary has given the thing more thoqght than the editor of the Journal. 35? $ & Grand Concert. A big Concert and Theatre will be given ty the Cercilian society and Choir boys of the Hol Trinity Church in the N Ul Opera House on Jan. 24th and 25th for the benefit of the new organ: The music rendered by the combined choirs will be excellent as Mr. M. A Endreas, the director, has obtained it all from Europe and it is safe to say that it will be the'best ever heard on Ne Ulm's stages. Th Theatre which will be given by the boys, is a three act comedy will creat many a hearty laugh for the audi ence. '. *"r- The greatest care and diligence has been devoted in rehearsing the concert and theatre as it is the intention to give the public a rare treat in the line of music. ,„-l Jj,' Every one is cordially invited. Don't forget the a "•V Current News *v The Current New Club met Jan. 13, 1903 with Mrs. Pfefferle and held its regular meeting. J&^ '»x'v Seventeen members responded o_ roll call with New Items, K\ ", The subject for the day was "France" with Mis« Crone as leader. The program was as follows: i. .Paper Mrs. Peterson 2 Government Mrs. Pfefferle Substitute tor Miss Weschcke. 3 Principal cities etc. -... Mrs. Reineke Substitute for Mrs. Slides. 4 Parties and Leaders Mrs. Olsen 5 Select Reading Clara Fritoa Substitute for Mrs. Peterson. 6 Book Review Mrs. Krook After the critics report was heard and a short business session the club ad journed to meet with Mrs. Peterson Jan. 27. Death claimed another of the old settlers of this county last Friday in the person of Geo. Backer, one of the most prosperous and highly respected farmers of the county and a man whom all honor ed and in every particular respected. was 77 years of age at the time of his death and was a man who was well pre served and enjoyed the comforts of a happy and chearful home. The funeral took.place at the Lutheran church and his body was laid to rest in the Lutheran cemetery. His wife and eight children survive him. They are Otto and David of St. Paul, Fred of Morristown. Geo. of Sleepy Eye, August and"John of Milford and Mrs. Chas. Heymaun ot Fairfax and Mrs. Wm Strieker who lives near Mor gan. Th children1 were all present at the funeral of tbeir father. The second annual meeting of the stockholders of the Citizen's State Bank, of Fairfax, was held at the offices of the bank Jbn Tuesday evening. The report of the officers devoloped the fact that the concern had a most prosperous year for a new institution and the stockhold ers were much pleased with, the showing made. At the election of a board of directors the following were chosen: J. C. Koelfgen, Geo. A. Biebl, Peter Man decfeld, Jacob Klossner, Jr., and C. W. Heimanc. At the,meeting of the, board of directors the following officers were chosen to manage the bank for the coming year President, J. C. Koelfgen vice president, Peter Manderfeld cashier, H. E. Grasmoen. Under the present efficient Management the concern is bound to prosper.—Fair!ax Standard. After reading, the letter published in the Review some two weeks ago from the Indian who is anxious to find his white brother. Mr. B. Juni is positive that the man wanted is his brother whose name is Church. In every particular tbe description answers to the circumstances that surround the life of the brother ex cept the name and he is ttotsure but that bis brother had the name of Ohaska while he was a captive. It is quite a coinci dence^aud the Indian shows th*t he has acquired some of the instinct of the white* in this efiort to claim back pay from^bhe whom he served so many years ago. ^Probably *Mr. Church feels that the indignities that he suffered while he was If captive and the loss of his re latives in the massacre would in part •pay for the buffalo this noble red man hunted to keep him alive. ..—: sKViT CRONE BROS.3 SPECIALS. Our window display proves that we have tbe largest line of tancy white linens and pillow shains,. scarfs and table covers in the city. W leave you to judge whether or not it is the prettiest. Come in and price these goods. Our Circular Opera Shawls are just tbe thing for mild whiter weather. We have a large and varied assortment at prices from $1.85 np. If you have not sten. our lamps you have hot seen the prettiest lamps in town. And the prices at which we are selling them are very low:, me see them. Our an are selling at reduced prices. W have still a good assortment to pick from bat you mast come early as they won't,last long. Fancy California prunes 3 lbs for 26c. Dried appricots 10c per lb. Canned peaches 2 cans 25c. ,, STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Brown. Name of Owner.' S. A. George S. A. George Wm. Pfaender S. A. George Unknown Unknown John Hauenstein John Hauenstein Chas. Hauenstein Ghas.Hauenstein.. .. John Hauenstein Chas. Hauenstein Ghas. Hauenstein Ghas. Hauenstein F. Metzner J.P.Schmitz John Hauenstein John Hauenstein John Hauenstein John Hauenstein John Hauenstein E. A. Hansmann CarlLieder Fr. Mueller Unknown Honey, A 2 cones for Notice of Expiration of Redemption Fro Tax Sale, Under Provisions of Cha|| 194, Public Notice Is Hereby Given, As required by Chapter 194, General Laws of 1885, that each piece or parcel of the real property herefihaiter described was sold at the tax sale on the 7th day of May, 1900, pursuant to the real estate tax judgment entered in'the District Court in the county of Brown on the 21st day of March, 19JX, in proceedings to enforce the payment of taxes remaining delinquent upon real estate on the first Monday in January, 1900. for taxes of 1898, and the penalties and costs accrued thereon, and that the period of redemption of said real property from said sale will expire on the!2th day of May, 1903, un der the provisions of the General Tax Law of 1878, and amendments thereto and the amount extended opposite each description is the amount which will be required to redeem such de scription from said sale on the 12th day of .May, 1908. Including twenty-five (25) cents for each description for publishing this notice. The real property above referred to is described as follows: Subdivision of Section Lot or Block. *.-- ,r (Seal) is complete, new and up-to date in every line ar.d our prices are so low that we do not need to mention them. Everybody will be satisfied. Little Needs at Little Cost* Lemons, ifl per dozen Large navel oranges, OQ per dozen Cranberries, per a IU Extra fancy prunes, Qn per lb '. 0 These are real things which are a bargain at the price. Broadway Grocery Phone 93. New Ulm Furniture Store. UNDERTAKING PARLORS I N CONNECTION. Store Phone: No 216. Residence Phone: No. 188 er J-I&ll. ^.jt GRANDE Prke Masquerade,4 Saturday, Jan. 31. 1 GIVEN BY THE HAPPY CIRCLE ifa riV V, Admission: 50 cents a person child ren under 12 yeais of age, 25 cents. nel^l Lawsl&85. \, OFFICE O COUNtY AUDITolj. New Ulm. Jan. f€h, 1903. Sout of Center Stree Lot *p.. City of New Ulm :V -iff \l 8 4 John D.O'Brien Eptof N W 110 32 90 TOWN OF STATELY. Jos. Trautmann Jr N W 34 108 35 160 29 64 Give under my hand and official seal this 6th day of January 1903. New Ulm Furniture Store, Chas. Forster, Jr., Prop. Tbe Ne Ulm Furniture Store is now open for business in the building formerly occupied by the Racket and we would appreciate a call. Our line of Furniture, Wall Paper, Bed Room Sets, Bureaus, Couches, Cupboards, Aint. of tax es, Int. and cost to last dayofBe iemption. Doll. CIS 149 90 69 69 1 76 1 17 1 17 1 17 1 17 117 176 1 47 176 1 47 176 147 117 1 76 1 47 147 1 76 1 47 147 4187 .147 Block £$ 114 116 123 123 125 125 125 126 126 126 145 148 157' 165 165 165 166 84 88 99 168 ::3 l'f. 5 5 6 -*•",&! i. 14 6 7 13 18 5 18 1 2 W I il 1 Turner s, Good music:—Display on a Prizes and program next week. ICjjjT Spectacles Lost. A pair of steel-rim spectacles in a leather case, was lost Monday, either at the Union school or on the way home by the daughter of Chas. Hauenstein. If the finder will give the same to Chas. Hauen stein'or any member of the family it will be greatly appreciated. I^Card ofThanksJ^i fe3K',v Mrs. Sophia Backer and children de sire in this public way to thank tbe many kind friends who interested them selves in canng for the husband and father who has departed this life, in his last illness, and who gave comfort and aid to them after his death. They wish to especially mention Rev. J. O. Albrechl and the friends who acted as pallbearers. iff ,•**£ North of Cenl'rSt 12 11 TOWN OF HOME. Sec. Twp. County Auditor, County. -$h .5p .§: 14 07 ^9 $' tf tf tf tf tf tf tf. tf tf Carpets, jiaM Program of Gymnastic Exercises of „?New Ulm Turnvereln. 1 class 6 to 10 years 'Wednesda 4 to 5:30 p. m. Saturda 9 to 10:30 a. m. 2 class 10 to 14 years a 4 to 5:30 p. m. Thursda 4 to 5:30 p. m. 3 class 14 to 18 years .Monda 7:30 to 9 p. m. 'Friday 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Men's class 18 years and over Tuesda 8 to 10 p. m. Frida 8 to 10 p. m. 1 Girls' class 6 to 10 years Tuesda 4 to 5:30 p. m. Saturda 10:30 to 11:45 p.m. 11 Girls' class 10 to 14 years Tuesda 4 to 5:30 p. m. Ik Frida 4 to 5:to p. m. 3 Girls' class 14 to 18 years W a 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. 3 Saturda 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. 4 a class over 18 years 4 Thursda 8 to 9 p. m. Edwards, Wood & Co., .Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth. Grain, Stocks, \i Provisions bought and sold in all markets, for cash *v or on reasonable margins. ., *hf|i Members of All Principle Exchanges. PRIVATE WIRES. ^m "Write for our daily market letter and ^fM private telegraph cipher—mailed free. ,&fc Ship Your Grain to us. Best Facilities. Liberal A a f^?~,W Prompt Returns. & Local office: $ a I'&a^ 3 BOESCH BLOCK, ^j No. 10%. fgf, __ Room 1 and 2i% Phone 197 There is soinethirig peculiar in the fact that the railroads have tbe -privileges of confiscating coal for their use and the power that gives them that privilege has riot the right to exercise the same privi. lege. itfl