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KeW Ulm T^evieWll
New Ulm Wednesday, June 17, 1903
C.& N. W. R. R.
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS EAST.
Pass. No. 504 (Ex. Sun.) new line, 4:02 a
No. 18 (Ex.Sun.) old line, 5:45 a
No. 502 (Daily) new line, 3:50 in
No. 22 (Daily) old line 3:50
No. 2 Ex. Sun.) new line 7:00
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS WEST.
No. 5 (Ex. Sun.) new line,
No. 17 Daily) old line,
No. 508 (Daily) new line,
No. 21 (Ex. Sun.) old line,
Fo. 15(Ex. Sun.) new line,
i\i. 501 (Daily) new line,
Trains Nos.504 and 503 have sleeping cars
between Mankato and Chicago and chair
cars between Mankato and Minneapolis.
Dining cars between Winona and Tracy
and Mankato and Minneapolis.
Trains Nos.504 and 501 have sleeping cars
betweeti Minneapolis and Redfleld, S. D.
Further information inquire of H. L.
A. C. Johnson, W. B. Kniskern,
Gen. Ag't, Winona. G.P. A.. Chicago.
& S L. R. R.
In effect June 1, 1900.
North I South
6:46 am (Minneapolis & St. Paul 12:27 pm
1:51 pm Passenger. 9:36 pm
8:50 a To and from Winthrop 5:05 am
No change of cars between New (Jim and
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Close connections for Chicago, Milwau
kee and all points East.
R. E. English, Agent.
J. H. VOGEL,
PHYSIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Alwin's Drug Store.
N E W
R. O. C. STRICKLER,
N E W
E N W. A E
OIDAL E & SOMSEN,
I N N
Office over Alwin's City Drug Store.
Residence cor. Broadway & 2d N St.
I N N
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office Hours: 12 M. to 4 P. M. and 7 to
Office over Olsen's Druer Store.
Tel. 184. New Ulm Minn.
G. It. KOCH,
Office over W. G. Alwin's
City Drug Store.
Absent from the city during the fore
noon of the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each
At Hanska the 1st Thursday forenoon
and Lafayette the 3rd Thursday forenoon.
ATTORNEYS & COUN
Practices in all State and U. S. courts.
Particular attention given to collec
tions. Office over post-office.
N E W ULM, I N N
[\R J. L. SCHOCH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
N E W ULM, MINN
LBER A E N E
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
N E W
I N N
OFKICB H* HA9QNIC SLOCK—2ND VXJOOJL
Legal advice given and suits tried U»
Collections attended to.
1 A, E E S
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FtTKNISBBD.
Contracts taken on all kinds of Build
ta_a. Office on State Street.
HBW ULM MINN,
L. A. E A
Office in the Ottomeyer Block.
N E W
R. E W. FRITSCHE,
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Oduntunder for Extracting.
©fflce over Brown Co. Bank.
N E W
I N N
Special Summer Excursion Rates to the West.
The Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R.
announces the following special summer
excursion rates, June 1st to September
30th 1903, from Ne Ulm to the follow
ing points, and return. Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo, Colo. $24.00 Glen
wood Springs, Colo. $56.00 Salt Lake
City, and Ogden, Utah $ 3 6 0 0 and cor
respondingly low rates to Deadwood,
Lead City, Hot Springs, and Custer, S.
D. Many advantages are offered in the
way of Di ?erse routes going and return
ing, and stop-overs. For folders, rates,
etc., call an any M. & St. L. Agent, or
address A. B. Cutts, G.P.&T. A., Minne
apolis, Minn. Sept. 801 h.
LOCAL NEWS. II I
Lobjrse Pool 10c Cigar. For sale by
v/St. James people are loud in theii
praise of the work done last week by
the Second Regiment band at the Knights
of Pythias carnival. The St. James
papers cannot laud the local organiza
tion too highly, stating that it was one
of the best attractions at the Carnival
Capt.Thos. Dwyer of the Twenty
first Infantry, U. S. A., stationed at Fort
Snelliug, has been ordered to inspect the
Minnesota national guardsmen while they
are in camp at Lake City this summer.
He will remain at Lake City during the
entire time the various regiments are
Beginning next Sunday the Sunday
school of the Congregational church
will open at 9:30 in the morning instead
of 2:30 in the afternoon as heretofore.
Preaching services will be held at 10:30
as usual. During the absence of Prof.
E. T. Critchett the superintendent will
be G.-A. Ottomeyer.
Theoclore C. Surdson, who has been
engaged in newspaper work in this city
for the past two months, resigned his
place Saturday to accept a more lucrative
and congenial position at Eveleth.Minn.
He becomes editor of the Eveleth Mining
News and the Biwabik Iron Ore, two
prosperous Northern Minnesota papers.
Wm J. Herrian, secretary of the John
Hauenstein Brewing company, and Miss
Marie Schneider, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Schneider, will be united
in marriage tomorrow. Both are ex
tremely popular and their friends are
legion. With these the Review joins in
wishing them all manner of success and
4 Invitations are out announcing the
marriage of Miss E a to Al
bert PT Boock, which will be celebrated
in the Lutheran church at 5 o'clock
Thnrsday afternoon, June 25th. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Rueinke, while the groom holds a posi
tion of trust with the Eagle Roller Milr
By a'score of 12 to 5 the Northern
Juniors of this place were defeated Sun
day by the Hanska ball team. Tbey
crossed bats with the Hanska players at
a picnic given by the Bachelors' club of
that village, and the home team had no
difficulty in taking them into camp. A
game between Ne Ulm and Hanska is
now in order.
Representatives of the yarious lines of
railroad operating in Minnesota held a
conference in the St. Paul offices of the
Northern Pacific last Wednesday to draw
up an answer to the state board of rail
road and warehouse commissioners. The
hearing upon the coal and lumber rates
will be held tomorrow and it is believed
that the roads will make the commis
sioners a compromise offer.
George Weiss of Redwood Falls, was
picked up by the police in an intoxicated
condition Saturday evening. He is an
old man 7&\ years of age, and when ar
raigned before Judge Henningsen Mon
day morning the latter was as lenient as
possible, fining him only $5. In default
of the tiue he was committed to jail un
til the first train left for the west.
The marriage of Mrs. Lena Fuchs and
George Wild of Ne Ulm was solemn
ized at the Catholic church here at 8
o'clock Tuesday morning, rtev. Fr. Berg
ler officiating. The ceremony teas wit
nessed by friends and relatives. After
the wedding all went to the farm and in
dulged in a social time for several boars.
The couple will live at Ne Ulm Mor
Yesterday morning in Holy Trinity
Catholic church Miss Alvatina Meine and
Frank Kretsch were united in marriage
by Rev. Father H. B. Sandmeyer. The
bride is a popular and accomplished
young lady and the groom a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. Kretsch. They will make
the'r home in the city and have the best
wishes of a wide ciicle ot friends for a
long and happy married life.
Gottfried Bieraugel, father ot Mrs.
Frank Tanke and an early settler of
Lafayette township, died early last Fri
day morning after an illness with dropsy.
Deceased wass 66 years of age and leaves
eight children, four sons and four daugh
ters. Funeral services, conducted by
Rev. Theo. Schleuter of Courtland, were
held from the Lutheran church in this
city Sunday afternoon.
A I E S A N I E N I N I E
All ladies and children who cannotstand
the shocking strain of laxative syrups,
cathartics, etc., are invited' to try the
famous Little Early Risers. They are
different from all other pills. They do
not purge the system. Even a double
dose will not gripe, weaken or sicken
many people call them the Easy Pill.
W. H. Howell, Houston, Tex., says
nothing better can be used for consti
pation, sick headache, etc. Bob Moore,
Lafayette, Ind., says all others gripe and
sicken, while DeWitt's Little Early Risers
do their woik well and easy. Sold by
JUSTICE BEING METED OU
in is it
is it on of a at a in of
he a a
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Court convened in this city yester
day morning for the Jun term with
Judg F. W on the bench. The
grand jurors reported at 11 o'clock
and all were present except
Miller of Mulligan who was on his
way to a a at the time Sheriff
Julius called at his home to serve the
summons The were instructed by
the court, who appointed W M.Murfin
of Sleepy Eye, foreman, while Alfred
J. el of this city was elected clerk.
The petit jurors are to report at 11
o'clock this morning and the real work
of the term will then commence.
or the present term of court there
are an unusually large number of civil
actions, 41 all told. A the reading of
the calendar they were disposed of as
SE FOR TRIA BY JURY.
Henry E and Essig, part
ners as E plaintiffs, vs.
Theodor Kroening, defendant.
Josep Burk, plaintiff, vs. Chicago
& North-Wester a a Co., de
George Potter, plaintiff, vs. the
a of Supervisor of the Tow of
is a Gasink, plaintiff, vs the
City of Ne Ulm defendant.
Carl Zander, plaintiff, vs. Loui
a Schmidt, plaintiff, vs.
Stoddar & A acorporation
plaintiffs, vs E defendants.
The A G. W it a & an
Co., a corporation, vs Julius Strauch,
A to E. Schenk, plaintiff, vs.
Essi and E. Helden, defendants.
Mar Schiller, plaintiff, vs. Josep
and Wenze Schiller, defendants.
A M. Bradbur and H. a
bury, partners as Bradbur
plaintiffs, vs Henr G. Manderfeld,
W H. Sleeper and A Eddington,
partners as Sleeper & Eddington,
plaintiffs, vs. Peter Christensen, de
Carl Wolter plaintiff, vs. Pfeiffer
& Co., defendants.
C. A Hagberg plaintiff, vs. Anto
O. Ouren, et al., defendants.
Otto Tapp and Hy Koehler, part
ners as Tapp & Co., plaintiffs, vs
Henr Pfeiffer, W Tiedemann,
Rewitzer and M. Gareis, partners as
Pfeiffer & Co., defendants.
Carl Pautzke, plaintiff, vs Blom
Emil Mueller, plaintiff, vs Alfred
Hauser, plaintiff, vs Ernst
Herma Stark, plaintiff, vs Bar
bar a Laufenberg, defendant.
First Nationa Bank a corporation,
plaintiff, vs Schmitz, Peter
Schmitz and Gertrude Schmitz, ad
ministratrix of the estate of Peter
Marth a Anderson plaintiff, vs. W
J. Julius defendant.1
FOR TRIAL. BY COURT.
Paulin W Schwarzrock, plaintiff,
vs. Gustave Schwarzrock, defendant.
W Voichschild plaintiff, vs.
Trustees of First M. E Church of
Sleep Eye, defendants.
a a Puchner, plaintiff, vs.
eph Puehner, defendants
I Matter of A on of Hilm a En
geline, a minor Martin Torgrimso
and Kar Torgrimson petitioners.
In Proceeding to Enforce Col
lection of a Delinquent in 1903,
vs. Wester Lo Co., defendants.
I Proceeding to Enforce Col
lection of a Delinquent in 1903,
vs. Bernhar Reinhart, defendant.
George plaintiff, vs. Edward
McKase plaintiffs, vs. Nel
State of Minnesota, plaintiff, vs
Griffith & Smith, defendants. (Ta
K. E. Mo plaintiff, vs Agne J.
Lambert, defendant a of Educa
tion, Independent S District N
a Wellcome Jr., Chairma
a of Healt of Sleep Eye, Minn.,
plaintiff, vs. a of Comity Com
missioner of County, Minn.,
Anto Sperl, plaintiff, vs Henr
Scheibel, defendant. -,
Andrew Mack, plaintiff, vs Chris
tian Dahl defendant.
Hy Hartmann, plaintiff, vs Sleep
E Millin Co., defendant.
O N I N E ~X ,.
Charles Neid, plaintiff, vs.
a a a defendant.
a a a plaintiff, vs. Chas.
a a a plaintiff, vs Chas.
Neid defendant. -,
M. Ogden, plaintiff, vs Peter
Christensen, defendant.^ $,,
A to Hirsch, plaintiff, vs Andre
Philippson Fran Reibl, Nic Brei
genske, Herma Kuestner, is Lamb
Julius Manweiler and Gerhard Larson
Otto Peterson, plaintiff^ tVs. Peter
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DRUGGISTS ARE IN SESSION
Continued from 1st page.
There is no question of the ability of
druggists to best solve what is to their
greatest interest and when the subject
has a certain monetary -ring it is no
longer a matter of sentiment, but one
"I believe that the work done by offi
cial generally during the past year
has been fruitful of marked results.
The numerous circulars that a gone
out a the retailers, the efforts to
keep,those in the association closely
to their purpose, and the constant en
a or to bring in new members, a
all shown results. I trustthat the
work be continued and that we show
by deed as well as by word that we
are organized for an "honorable pur
'That we shall progress constantly
is my belief. The only way to do a wanted to do a little cake walking,
Followin President Eckstein's re
marks the various officers and stand
ing committees reported. One of the
most important reports submitted was
that of S. W Melendy, chairman of
the legislative committee, who stated
that during the last session of the
legislature ten bills had been intro
duced which demanded their attention.
S me of these were pernicious, but he
was able to say that they had aided
the bills and impeded the poor
ones. Before adjourning a number
of letters of regret, including one from
Gov. S. R. an Sant, were read to
Las evening at 8 o'clock the Turner
Frauenverein held an informal re
ception in Turner a and later the
Ne Ul Turnverein a an open air
entertainment and gymnastic exhi
bition in the park which was greatly
appreciated by the city's guests. A
that time the Secon Regiment band
rendered a number of concert selections
and the following program wascarrie
Grand Mixed Chorus. Forty Voices.
Pyramids on Roman Ladders. (Gym
Club Swinging. Ladies' Class.
Hoof Roundel. Ladies' Class.
Single Sticl^ Exercise. Youths' Class.
Grand Mixed Chorus.
Exercises on Horizontal Bars.
Tactic Exercises. Song accompani
ment. (Land of the Free.)
Prof. Hei belongs the credit of
arranging one of the best programs for
the entertainment of the guests that as
been given here for some time. he
mixed chorus of forty voices under the
leadership of A J. A in was surpris-
Silva Rosa 5c Cigar. For sale by all
Dr. Henry Weyhe of Chicago, is in the
city for a visit with relatives.
Robt. Flees of Gibbon* will attend to
the duties of*Wm.. J. Herrian during the
absence of the latter upon his wedding
Attorney Geo. T. Olsen of St. Peter,
formerly county.attorney of this county,
is in the city in attendance upon the
June term of court.
Prof. E. T. Critchett took his son,
Francis, to Minneapolis this week, where
tbeyounp' man will receive treatment
for spinal trouble.
Alfred Nagel, John Herzog, Fred
Grebe, Fred Oswald and Fred Wander,
see, delegates ijjom the local department
to the annual meeting of the Minnesota
State Firemen's association, returned
home Thursday from Brainerd. They
report that the Braiaerd meeting was not
nearly as largely attended as was the
same convention held here last year but
state that they'wer splendidly enter
Cards' are out announcing the ap
proaching marriage of Dr. Cecil F. Yates
of St. James, to Miss Edna M. Gone of
Windom. Tb,e wedding will occur at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. H.
A. Cone, in Windom, on Wednesday,
Jane 24th, and the young couple will be
at home in St. James. Dr. Yates is
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Yates, former
ty of this place, and the Review joins
with his" many Ne Ulm friends in ex
in in the volume and sweetness of the
music produced, and as the theme of
a complimentary remarks. I
A the prettiest thing of the even
in was the club swinging by a class
of thirty-two young ladies. Thi exer
cise created considerable surprise for
the perfect manner in which it was giv
en and for the uniform action .in tak
ing the various changes.
Th Singl Stick exercises by the
youths class was almost faultless and
as given a just amount of applause,
but among all there as nothing that
caused more pleasure or was given
more applause than the S Regi
ment band. It played all the numbers
on- the program and as many extras as
were called for and he Druggist
N E A
me of the 19th A a Pharmaceutica Association.
is to consider each and every member played appropriate music for that. It
as an important part of the grand
total. Let us each, officers, comittee
men, members, work with our hearts
and souls for the cause. W re inter
nal harmony and progress are in oper
ation no extraneous forces will work
was the star attraction of a program
that lasted from 8 o'clock until mid
Thi morning a business meeting
will be held and a large number of
druggists elected to membership in the
association, after which Dr. O. C.
Strickler of this city, will address the
convention. He will introduce Dr. R.
O. Beard secretary of the medical
department faculty of the University
of Minnesota, one of the most able
able speakers upon pharmaceutical
topics in the state.
A 2 o'clock this afternoon the visit
in ladies will be taken for a carriage
drive about the city aud the same hour
as been fixed for holding the business
session, when Prof. F. J. Wulling
dean of the College of Pharmac of
the University of Minnesota, will
deliver an address. Followin this
will be the reading of the prize papers,
judges of which are Prof. F. J. W
lin of Minneapolis and Prof. E. T.
Critchett and Dr. G. W is of this
Thi afternoon, also, the convention
will elect officers for the ensuing year
and ballot upon the place for holding
the convention of 1904, and tonight the
Commercial Travelers auxiliary will
give its grand ball in Turner Hall
Music for this very elaborate Terpsi-*
chorean event will be furnished by the
Turner a orchestra and at 11
o'clock an elegant banquet will be
-served in the gymnasium
morning a brief business
session will be held at 9 o'clock for
the purpose of installing the newly
elected officers and immediately after
ward the delegates will repair to Her
mann' Heights to participate in the
field sports, the closing feature of the
Mrs. A F. Reike and cfiildren of Fair
fax, are being entertained at the home a O a a
of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ottomeyer.
Mrs. Caroline McAllister passed away
Friday morning at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. N. B. Neumann, on South
Minnesota street. Deceased was 75 years
of age, having been born in Ireland in
1831. She came to this country when a
girl and had long been a resident of
Minnesota. During the last thirteen
years of her life shesuffeied with inflam
matory rheumatism and was a confirmed
invalid. Rev. Chouinaid conducted
the funeral services, which were held
from the Oougregatioual church Monday
The Ne Ulm Land and Investment
Co. is preparing to take a large ex
cursion up to Regina, Canada,on the 30th
of June. This will be the last excursion
before harvest and many are planning to
go along. The Company is so certain
that people who go will buy that it will
return the railroad fare to all purchasers
who go on the trip. This is a good
chance to see that great country. A
new railroad is now being built right
through the land which the Company
.sells. Regina lies in the great Indian
Head region, ,whfob is the most famous
wneat producing section in Canada.
Those who have been there say that it is
a very pretty country and that land will
go up rapidly from year to year. But
this is a good chance for you to go up
and see for yourself. Onr readers will
find an advertisement in this issue "which
will give you further particulars.
BUDS AND FLOWERS OF
Fame's Celery Compound Makes and Keeps
the Children "Well and Strong.
Mothers Make It the Home Medicine
For the Little Ones.
The children, God bless them, are the buds
and flowers of our homes. Without their
prattle and hearty laughter, our homes would
be desolate. They should ever be carefully
tended in childhood and youth, if we expect
them to ripen into perfect men and women.
In the home and at school, the children
have their times of ill health and suffering.
We often note the pallid and bloodless cheeks,
heavy eyes, nervous movements, and twitch
ings of limbs and muscles. They complain of
headache, drowsiness, weariness, dyspepsia,
and indigestion. All such symptoms and ail
ments mean that the seeds of disease will have
a fast and firm hold, unless proper measures
are taken to restore a perfect condition of
Thousands of wise and prudent parents have
made their children happy.^healthy, and vigor
ous by giving them nature's medicine, Paine's
Celery Compound. In many severe and com
plicated cases, Paine's Celery Compound has
restored health when the little ones were given
up by physicians.
If your dear ones are not as hearty, strong,
and rugged as they should be, try the health
giving virtues of Paine's Celery Compound.
It makes and keeps the children well.
The house Is made bright and cozy with
Pillow and table covers, curtains,
portieres, afghans, tidies, and chair
coverings, may be dyed beautiful
and artistic colors.
Direction book and 45 dyed samples free.
DIAMOND DYES, Burlington, Vt.
W A N E S E E A PERSONS OF
character aud good reputation in each
statee (one in this county required) to rep
resent and advertise old established weal
thy business house of solid financial
standing. alary $21.00 weekly with ex
penses additional, all payable in cash di
rect each Wednesday from head offices.
Horse and carriage furnished when nec
essary. References. Enclose self-address
ed envelope. Colonial Co., Dearborn St.,
Special OneWay Colonist Rates,
On the first and third Tuesday of
each month to and including September,
1903, the M. & St. L. R. R. will seil
colonist tickets to points in Arkansas,
Southwest Missouri, Oklahoma, Kun&as,
Nebraska, South Dakota, Colorado,
Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, etc, at
extremely low rates. Call on locabageuts,
or ad.ires-s A. B. Cutts, G. P. & T,- A.,
Minneapolis, Minn., for rates and further
infornintion. Sept. 15
JOS. BOBLETEU, P, E. G. IvOCH, P, V.
NEW ULM, MINN.
Cleansea and beautifies the bur.
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to BeBtore Gray
Hair to its Touthful Color.
Cures scalp diseases & hair falling.
tOc, and 81.00 at Druggists
E KRETSCH Prop.
DANCE Wed livening, June 17
Pianos at Wholesale.
Dou't pay fancy prices to agents for a
piano, but write to Williams Bros., St.
Louis, Mo., the maiuif»ctur«'rs, or to B.
Grueuenfelder, New Ulm, 614 N. Broad-
way, where you get circulars und prices
aud where you also have a chance to see
and hear those beautiful instruments.
Guaranteed for ten years.
Docs a Qerjeral Barpkirjg
Stean?sl?ip Tickets at Tarn?,
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and
Individuals solicited upon the most lib
eral terms consistent with good banking
KODOL I E S STRENGTH
by enabling the digestive organs to digest,
assiinilate and transform all of the whole
some food that may be eaten into the
kind of blood that nourishes the nerves,
feeds the tissues, hardens the muscles and
recuperates the organs of the entire body.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Catarrh of the Stomach and
all stomach disorders. Sold by all
Very Low Rates to California and.'Return,
Via the North-Western Line. First-class
round-trip tickets on sale July 1 to 10,
inclusive, to San, Francisco and Los
Angeles. Favorable limits and stop
over privileges and choice of routes. The
Overland limited, most luxurious train
in the world, leaves Chieago daily at
8:00 p. m. Less than three days en route.
Drawing room and compartment cars,
observation cars, dining cars, buffet
library cars (barber and bath), electric
lighted throughout. Three trains a day
fiom Chicago to the Coast through with
out change. Daily and personally con
ducted tourist car excursions to Califor
nia, Washington and Oregon. For par-L
ticulars apply to ticket agents Chicago
,& North-Western R'y.