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fUw Ulna Review
Wednesday, December 16,1903.
C. &.N. W. R. R-
DBPARIUKB OF TRAINS BAST.
Pass, No 604 (Rx.Sun.) new line,
No. 18 (E*.Sun.) old line,
No. 502 (Dhlfcy) new line,
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS ^WBST.
No 6 (Ex. Sun.) new line,
No 17 Dally) old line,
No 503 (Daily) new line,
No 21 (Ex. Sun.) old line,
No, 15(Ex, Sun.) new line,
No. 501 (Daily) new line.
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Trains Nos.504 and 503 have sleeping care
between Mankato and Ckicaeo and chair
"ars between Mankato and MinueapolTs.
Dit.ing cars between Winona and Tracy
and Mankato and Minneapolis.
Trains NOB.60* and 501 have sleeping cars
between Minneapolis and Kedfleld, S.
Further information inquire of H, L.
Beecher, Ajjent.
A C. Johnson. W B.Knlskern,
Gen. AR't, Winona. G.P A Chicago.
M. A, ST. L. R. R,
North South
59am I Minneapolis & St, Paul) 12 pm
60 otn Passenger, 8 52 pm
8-80 I To and from Winthrop 8 80 am
only
No change of cars between New Ulm and
St Paul and Minneapolis.
Close connections for Chicago, Milwau
kve and all points East.
I)R
R. English, Agent.
J. H. VOGEL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Al win's Drug store.
Resilience on Broadway.
Rpsi.ienre Phone 179. Office Phone 188
N E W ULM, MIN N
I)R.
0. C. STRICKLER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offite over Aiwit/a City Drug Store
Residence cor Broadway & 2d N. St
NKWULM, MINK
,R EDMUND W. BAYLEY,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office Hours 12 to 4 P. M. and 7-tn
9 P.M.
Office over Olsen's Drug Store.
Tel. 184 New Ulm, Minn
OIDALE & SOMSEN,
ATTORNEYS & COUN
SELORS.
Practices in all State and U. S courts
Particular attention given to collec
tions. Office over post-office.
NE W LM, I N N
It J. SOHOCH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MINN
A LBERT PPAENDER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ottomeyer Block
N E W I MINN
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1 A. HAGBERG.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR.
Office in Masonic Block—2d Floor
Legal ad vice Riven and suits tried in all
courts Collections attended to.
N E W ULM, MINN
0.
A. HEER3.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
PLANS AND SPECIFICAXlONS JbURNlSHRK
Contracts taken on all kinds or Build
mgs Office on State Street
N E W ULM, MINN.
R. L. A. GEBHARDT,
Office in the Ottomeyer Block.
NEW ULM, MINN
R. FRED W. FRITSCBE,
DENTAL SURGEON
Oduntunder for Extracting.
©nice over Brown Co. Bask.
NBTW TTLM, MINN
DR. GEO. R. KOCH,
DENTAL SURGEON.
OFFICE IN THE'POSTOFFICE BLOCK.
NEW ULM, MINN
At Hanska the 2d and 4th Thursdays
of each month.
Bilious?
Dizzy? Headache? Pain
back of your eyes? It's your
liver! Use Ayer's Pills.
Gently laxative all vegetable.
Sold for 60 years.
J.C.AyerCo..
Lowell, Hfcas.
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
rim era, or D8waiCTB0«R.y gmtco.,nuwiii a.
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No 2 Ex. Sun.) new line
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DeMolay Commandery, No. 26, K.
T., was inspected last night by Sir
Knight S. R. Kilvington of Minne
apolis.
The new hook and ladder truck
manufactured by The Seagrave com
pany, reached New Ulm yesterday. It
was shipped from Columbus, Ohio, on
December 5th.
Humors of a third bowling alley
have been heard about the streets this
week. There is talk of organizing a
stock company and opening in the
Boesch building.
A man wants a pipe or box of
cigars for Christmas. SO make up
your mind nothing else will do. You
can be sure to get exactly what he
wants from our stock. In fact every
thing in the smokersr line to make a
man happy. Max BURG.
Theo. Schonlau was called to Chi
cago Sunday by a telegram announc
ing that his father had been injured.
Since his departure no details of the
accident have been received.
The dramatic section of the Turn
verein has engaged the New Ulm
opera house for the evening of Janu
ary 3rd, when they will give the four
act comedy, "Dr. Wunderhch."
William Epke, a young man 23 years
of age, died Friday at the home of his
mother, Mrs. Henry Harmoning, near
Courtland, of spinal trouble. He was
buried Monday from the Courtland
Lutheran church.
Christmas Time is Candy Time
We ca* ro a fine line of box goods
Price from 10c up to $5 00
MAX BURG'S Corner Store.
The company which played "What
Happened to Jones" here Sunday night
is in financial straits. They stranded
in St. Paul and did not have enough
money to get on to Brainerd, where
they were scheduled to appear Mon
day night.
A most beautiful and appropriate
Xmas present for a manttiat smokes
is a nice box of good ^ngrars. The
Blizzard, La Signorita, Clear Havana,
Nan Wilkes, LaFlordeLincoln, Mead
ow Lark, etc., can be had in nicely
put up boxes of 12, 25 and 50.
Sleighs and cutters were in evidence
Saturday for the first time this winter.
Friday evening there was a good fall
of fine snow and the following morning
the weather was very crisp with the
theremometer at 5 degrees below 2ero.
Fred Seiter and family reached New
Ulm Saturday night from Spokane,
Wash. While Mrs. Seiter and children
remain in New Ulm Mr. Seiter will
make a trip to Chicago and New York
in the interests of the Evergreen State
Front company and will remain absent
until after the first of the year
Sunday, Dec. 20. Rev. S. C. Edsall,
Episcopal bishop of the Diocese of
Minnesota, will conduct both morning
and evening services at Gebser's Hall.
At 10*30 in the morning comfirmation
will be administered, and the Holy
ommumon celebrated for newly con
oaed and others. Evening service at
30 The Bishop will preach morn
ing and evening.
Sunday's St. Paul Globe contained
the following dispatch from Northfield*
J. C. Vigran of New Ulm, eighteen
years of age, who was arrested for
trying to pass a bogus check at the
Northfield National bank, has been
bound over to the grand jury on, a
charge of forgery and lodged in jail
default of $500 bonds. The name of
Vigran does not not appear in the
directory and the young man is not
known here.
Dr. Kohler, of Minneapolis, will be
in New Ulm, to do eye. ear nose and
throat work, Sunday Dec. 2Qth. Hours
from 9 a. to 3 p. m., at Dr Stick
ler's office. 49-50.
A German chemist has discovered a
preparation which will prevent the
frosting and sweating of shop win
dows, and the American consul at
Coburg has written the state depart
ment in Washington about it. The
application consists of a mixture of
55 drams of glycerine dissolved in a
liter of 62 jer cent alcohol, containing
to improve the odor, some oil of
amber. As soon as the mixture clari
fies it is rubbed over the inner sur
face of the glass. No frost forms and
tnere is no sweating, the bug bear of
storekeepers during the winter months.
Brother newspaper men gave the
Review many complimentary notices
last week upon its sixteen-page edi
tion, for all of which we are grateful.
The following from the pen of the
genial Col. C. F. Mallahan of the
Jackson Tribune, is a specimen: "The
New' Ulm Review, this week, contains
16 pages, 6 columns to the page. Of
the 96 columns, 70 are advertisements
of the business men of that city. It is
certainly about as "healthy" a look
ing paper as we have seen for many a
day. The Review is one of the best
weekly papers in the state and is de
serving of its liberal patronage."
What O You Give a Man.
Lots of helpful suggestions in Max
Burg's store is just the thing that a
particular man is sure to want.
Fancy Clay Pipes.
Genuine Briars. ""-,
Genuine~Meerschaums.
Tobacco Pouches* "ws? ,••''"•
Maich Safes,.
Snuff Boxes, ,, -i*.
Cigars, etc. p,\A
Celebrated Tin Wedtttr,r?*§i
and Mrs. W Johnson cele-
brated the tenth anniversary of |he»r
marriage Sunday evening by itivifrfiiff
a large party of their friends to the
Dakota House. For the occasion foe
dining room of the bigjiostelry was
very tastefully decorated^ A large
tin wedding bell was given a con
spicuous place at one end of the ball
and leading from it were streamers of
holly, the whole producing a most
pleasing effect. At the splendid
course dinner covers were laid for
fifty and following the banquet there
was dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
were literally showered with tin, their
guests presenting them with utensils
of every sort and description.
Marriage Licenses.
Nels Lien Linden
Bessie J. Halvorson Linden
Wenzel Pitka Severance
Walburga Senft New Ulm
Real Estate Iransfers.
Carl Wilcken to Ferd. Schaefer, 5
acres, S 4, 110, 31, $60.
Aug. Stolt to Andrew A. Anderson,
160 acres, S 27, 109, 34, $2,933.
Wm. Pfaender to Nicholas Gulden.
1, 17b, N New Ulm, $1.
M. B. Harrison to J. M. Herring,
160 acres, S 33, 108, 35, $2,500.
Aug. Stolt to Fred Meme, 80 acres,
S 21, and 200 acres, S 28, 109, 34,
$6,700
Andreas Biebl to Fred -Meme, 160
acres, S 10, 108, d5, $j,000.
Thos. A. Wilson to»Geo. Marrow,
11, 1, Springfield, $1250.
W. & ist. P. Land Co, to Anton H.
Berg, 12, 8, W. & St. P. Land
Co's, 2 add, Springfield, $125.
Ellef Grotta to Julius Grotta, 80
acres, S 2b, 108, 32, $800. «*..,
Ellef Grottato Julius Grotta, 80 acres,
S d5, 108 32, $800.
W. & St. P. Land Co. to Baptist
Schuntz, 40 acres, S 11, 108 34,
$4?0.
Herman R. Mueller to Geo. Hegler,
80 acres, S 35, 109, 33, $1,350.
G. Rusten to Julius Joigensen, 40rMj
acres, S 16, 108, 30, $700
Geo. W. Peck to Fred Worildrik,
80.82 acres, S 21, 111, 32, 31,625.
John N. Macho to Carl Taste!, 7
and 9, 53, N, 4, 5 and 10, 79, N
New Ulm, $160.
Jos. Wendinger to Thos. White 10
acres, S 12, 111, 33, $400.
Ferd Schwarzrochto Springfield Park
Ass., 6 acres, S 19, 109, 34, $900.
John Bagen to Maria Dombrowski,
6, 1, Bagen's 4th add, Springfield,
$125.
Geo. Mueller and Theo. Kobarsch
to John Ubl, Outlot No. 349, New Ulm,
$425.
Johan Fischer to John Fischer, Jr.,
160 acres, S 6, 108, 31, $1,500.
Andreas Marka to Maggie Arbes,
5, 6 and 7, 38, N New Ulm, $100.
Jens Fredericksen to Annie Schade,
10, 12, Brackenridge's 2nd add,
Sleepy Eye, $3,000.
Elizabeth Brown to Wm. Mont
gomery, 56 acres, S 34, 110, 34.
$1,000.
Jacob Klossner, Jr to Wenzel
Warta, 4 aeres, S 2, 110, 31, $180.
Henry Bendixen to Gustaf Walhn,
80 acies, S 21, 108, 34, $1,040.
Emma Burns to Robt. Lieder, 40
acres, S 26, 110, 31, $800.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
DO NOT MISS THE GREAT SALE A*$
H. FORSTER. 4«tf
GIRL WANTED,
housework, to go to
quire at Grand Hotel.
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For general
St. Cloud. In
46tf.
Come and see our hand-painted
China. 49-51 C. G. REIM.
Lined horse blankets at $1.20 and
up. All woolen horse blankets at 75c
and up. Fur robes $5.00 and up.
52 AMANN & SMASAL.
IRON BEDS ANY SIZE $1.95 UPWARD
at H. Forster. 46tf
PLEASING GIFTS. Give your
friends your photo forChristmas, New
mountings and the finest finish.
HARRIET SCHMIDT,
Opposite Grand Hotel.
PICTURE FRAMES. Have your
pictures framed now the new style
of mouldings at L. J. BUENGBR. 46tf
Your friend is well remembered
when remembered with a box of Pay's
Bitter Sweets. Ask for them. 52
FURNITURE.—While lumber and
material is high we sell our furniture
at prices you want to come and see, at
L. J. BUEQEK. 46tf
Now is the time to buy your horse
blankets and fur robes atbottom prices.
52 AMANN & SMASAL.
FOR SALE.—A 5-horse power Fair
banks-Morse gasoline engine, in good
running condition. Only used one sea
son. Will be sold at a bargain1. In
quire of Louis BtneNGER 48-tf
"Hawkes" Cut Glass shines like
diamonds. We have the exclusive
agency.
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49-51 C. G.REIM.
BED SPRINGS ANY SIZE FROM $1.50
upward at H. Forster. 46tf
Harness washed and oiled for $1.00
a set. 52 AMANN & SMASAL..
FOR RENT.—Two furnished rooms
for rent. Apply at this office. 43tf
IRON BEDS.—Don't write for cata
logue houses when you can get your
Iron Bed Spring and Mattress for
$6 98 at J. BUENGER 46tf
WANTED—A TRUSTWORTHY GEN
fLEM AN OR lady in each county to man
life business for an old established bouse
bohd financial standing. A straight,
ma fade weekly Balary «»f $18 00 paid by
heck each Moaday with all expenses di
ect from headquarters. Money advanced
or expenses K»close addressed envelope
Manager, 360 Caxton Bldg Chicago. 2
Notice to Creditors.
All parties owing the firon of Arnold
Fritsche must pay up their accounts
oefore the 28th of December, 1903.
Otherwise the accounts will be placed
a the hands of an attorney for collec
lon. C. D. MACLAREN, Trustee.
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C. REIM, JEWLER.
ForJ
Whisk Brooms.
Whisk Brooms with richly embossed
hard metal handles in oxidized silver and
sterling silver. Fine quality brushes.
Santa Claus
At the head of all the list stands
NotJfttu a Irtfrr.
Excursion Ratesfortbe Holidays,
Via the North Western Line. Excursion
ticketB will be Id at reduced rates to
points on tbe North-Western System
within 200 miles of selling station,
December 24, 25,31 and January 1, good
r. turning until and including January 4,
1904. Apply to Agents Chicago & North
western R'y,
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TOYS FOR
Think of it! For five cents you can make some little fellow happy for a year and we
show some excellent articles for the above price. A fine assortment of the best trim-
5 mings for trees including candles, and all Christmas candies at the lowest prices.
DOLL
S 10c
Our customers* word for it: "We have by far the most complete line of dolls to
found in the city. Large and small, kid bodies, French jointed, washable and rag dolls
and a large variety of novelty dolls from 10c to $10 each.
HChristmas Novelties!-
We have devoted a large amount of table space to Christmas novelties. Something
and enough for everybody, 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1, worth double or more.
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS should take advantage of our large stock.
THE PIONEER DRUG STORE.
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To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, JS m/ A
Seven Minion boxes sold in past 12 months. is Signature, Sf^jC^y
It sells on its merits, because the designs ai all
quaint and each piece is without flaw or blemish. We
have the genuine Hawkes in
Water Sets, Decanters, Berry
bowls, Finger bowls, Bon
Bon Dishes, Sugars,
Creamers etc.
Our Holiday Stock also includes a fine line of hand
painted China and everything in Silverware, also
Mantle Clocks, Watches, Lockets, Chains, Charms,
Rings, etc.
Christmas 8&fdain$!a)
holiday Bargains^
Glove Boxes.
Hand painted celluloid boxes for gloves,
handkerchiefs, trinkets, collar buttons,
etc. A fine present at a small cost.
presents his compliments and extends a cordial invitation to you to inspect his
palace as typified at the Pioneer Drug Store where you will find just the things
you are looking for.
A.J.Eckstein
A Clock Free!
That is what we are offering1, and every person making
a $10 purchase between now and Christmas, will be given a
clock absolutely free. The time pieces are imported direct
ly from the large Black Forest factories, and are of the
Finest German workmanship. Come in. See the clock and
get one for nothing.
Jeweler. New Ulm, flinnt
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Billiard and
Bowling Hall
The Star
FRED KRETSOH, Prop.
New, fa and Up-to-date,
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Zmn^ box. 25c.
HawkesCutGlass
No piece without
the trade-mark
on it is genuine.
WANTED—TRUSTWORTHY LADY
or gentleman to manage business in
this County and adjoining territory
for house of solid financial standing
$20.00 straight cash salary andefl
penses paid each Monday direct from
headquarters. Expense money ad
vanced position permanent. Address,
Manager, 605 Monon Bldg., Chicago
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