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Orator, Entre Nous Club.
176 Warren Avenue,
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 22,1902.
For nearly four years I suffered
from ovarian troubles. The doc
tor insisted on an operation as the
only -way to get well. I, however,
strongly objected to an operation.
My husband felt disheartened as
well as I, for home with a sick
woman is a disconsolate place at
best. A friendly druggist advised
him to get a bottle of Wine of
Cardui for me to try, andhe did so.
I begantoimproveinafewdays and
myrecoverywasveryrapid. With
in eighteen weeks I was another,
Mrs. Stowe's letter shows every
woman how a home is saddenedby
Wine of Cardui cores that sick
ness and brings health and happi
nets again. Do not go oa suffer
ing. Go to your druggist today
and secure a 11.00 bottle of Wine
of Cardui.
S^arr)pagi)e Eider,
If so, patronize the....
Sell^ep WefcF,
and all kinds of carbonated drinks. De
livered to all parts of the city on short
New Ulm, Minn.
Beet of service night or day.
Telephone No. 183.
Hack to all parts of the city.
Wm. Pfaender,
Real Estate
Insurance Agent,
Insures against fire, hail, tornadoes,
accident and death in the best of com
Legal documents executed, loans ne
gotiated, steamship tickets sold.
Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
To Vltid Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
unhealthy condi
tion of the kid
neys if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
derare out of order.
What to Bo.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine orbeer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottleof this
wonderful discovery
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent
absolutely free bymail.
Address Dr. Kilmer & Home of swamp-Root.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in thispaper.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Bingha
•on, N Y., on evesy bottle.
For Coughs, Golds and Croup*
Our guarantee: Buy a 50c bottle of
Frisco Cough Syrup, use one-fourth,
if it does not cure your cough or cold
return the balance to your druggist
and your money will be refunded.
Business for the Inter-State took
Geo. W. Barnes to Sleepy Eye Mon
Prof. Henry Vogelpohl of Mankato,
called upon local tonsorialists Mon
Earl Current eame in from Home
township yesterday and is staying with
Miss Edith Schmidt is at nome from
the Winona Normal school for the
Prof. D. A. Grussendorf was a
passenger for St. Paul Monday morn
ing. He is now attending the Minne
sota Educational association meeting.
Chas. Klatz pleaded guilty to dis
orderly conduct in ^udge Henningsen's
court yesterday afternoon and was
fined $5 and costs, amounting to $9.95.
The regular monthly services in the
English language will be held at 7:30
o'clock next Sunday evening in the,He
Lutheran church. Prof. J. Schaller
will preach.
English services, conducted by Rev.
J. Schaller, were held in the Lutheran
church Sundayevening. Prof. Schaller
delivered an interesting sermon and
the music was excellent.
Handsome photographs of the in
terior of Holy Trinity Catholic church,
showing the magnificient decorations*
have been placed on the market, They
are from the studio of A. J. Meyer.
In a $32,000 fire at Wheaton, Minn.,
Monday night, the State Bank of
Wheaton, owned by Griffith & Smith
of Sleepy Eye, was burned to the
ground. Their loss is covered by in
Capt. John Buschers, Lieut. Albert
Pfaender and Lieut. Fred Stolz intend
attending the annual meeting of the
Minnesota National Guard associ
ation, which will be held in St. Paul
on January 9th.
Senator Nelson has introduced a
bill in congress to change the system
governing free delivery. He would
give carriers to every city of 5,000 in
habitants, regardless of the receipts
of the office reaching $10,000.
Dr. G. F. Reineke has rented the
rooms in the Ottomeyer block now oc
cupied by Attorney Albert Pfaender.
Today Mr. Pfaender will move across
the hall into the offices formerly used
by the Coe Commission company.
Christmas weather was not all that
could have been desired. The day was
decidedly blizzardy and a biting wind
from the north made walking anything
but a pleasure. Saturday morning the
theremometer registered 18 degrees
To allow their employes to observe
Christmas both the Eagle and Empire
mills closed down Thursday evening
and did not reopen until Monday
morning. They will close down to
morrow night and not open until
Monday morning.
Gov. S. R. Van Sant on Saturday
fixed upon Wednesday, February 10th,
as the date when Charles and Henry
Nelson, the Owatonna murderers, will
beexecuted. Thetwoboys will endeavor
to save their necks by appealing to
the state pardon board.
Rev. D. O. Bean, pastor of the Con
gregational church, will preach Sun
day morning at 10:30 on "The Power
of an Endless Life." and in the even
ing will give a "Shadow Sermon."
All come and see your shadow. Y. P.
S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Sunday school
at 2:00 p. m.
Capt. Louis C. Severer, of the United
States regular army, came Thursday
for a visit with his mother, Mrs.
Amalia Scherer, and other relatives.
After the first of the year he will re
turn to his regiment, the Fifth Cavalry
which is stationed at Fort Leaven
worth, Kansas.
Register of Deeds W. C. Miller yes
terday received from Greenville, Mich.,
a deed which gives clear title to the
Geo. W. Peck farm in Home township
to Fred Wooldrik. Mrs. Peck seems
to have been as anxious to leave Min
nesota as was her husband, for she
signed the conveyance without demur*
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Horriburg of
New Ulm, spent Sunday in Fairfax
visitingthegentleman'smother, Grand
ma Hornburg, and other relatives and
friends. Mr. Hornburg has recently
disposed of his hardware business in
New Ulm and as soon as he gets his
business affairs arranged the family
will leave for an extended trip through
California and other Western points.
—Fairfax Standard.
Down in Texas at Yoakum, is a big
dry goods firm of which Mr. J. M. Haller
is the head. Mr. Haller on one of his
trips East to buy goods said to a friend
who was with him in the palace car,
"Here,-take one of these Little Early
Risers upon retiring and you will be up
early in the morning feeling good."
For the "dark brown" taste, headache
and that logy feeling DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are the best pills to use.
Sold by all druggists.
Wm. F. Schmidt, cashier for the
Chicago & Northwestern at Water
town, S. D., spent several days'under
the parental roof last week.^
A. D. Stewart of Redwood Falls,
-president of the farmers' insurance
company of Redwood county, passed
through the city Monday evening on
his way to Hanska to attend the meet
ing of the Brown County Farmers'
club. Yesterday Mr. Stewart addressed
the farmers on the advantages of rural
telephone lines.
Mrs. Julius Schroeder, for thirty
four years a resident of Brown
county, died at her home in Essig
Thursday morning at the age of 74
years. Her demise was due to a com
plication of dropsy and lung trouble,
with which she had suffered for a con
siderable time. She leaves a large
family of grown children. The funeral
services were held from the Lutheran
church in this city Sunday afternoon.
A case has just been decided in Ben
son county in favor of the Great
Northern railroad, in which a passen
ger sued the road for $1,000 damages,
because" he was put off the train for
refusing to pay the extra ten cents re
quired when no ticket is purchased.
tendered the regular fare but re
fused the excess, claiming he did not
have time to buy the ticket. This is
probably the first case of the kind
ever tried.
Sunday afternoon a meeting of the
New Ulm Boat club was held in
Attorney Jos. A. Eckstein's office, at
which time the following officers were
elected: Jos. A. Eckstein, President
Dr. F. W. Fritsche, Vice President
Wm. E. Koch, Secretary Wm. G.
Alwin, Treasurer: W. T-. Eckstein
Commodore. Last summer the club
had a great many delightful cruises in
the launch Alcantara and they are
looking forward to another active
Photographs of prominent Minne
sota educators are being printed in the
St. Paul Pioneer Press and it makes
an interesting feature. In one issue
last week the Pioneer printed like
nesses of Prof. H. C. Hess, formerly
of Sleepy Eye, and W. F. Kunze. a
former New Ulm boy who is now
superintendent of the city schools of
Red Wing. The latter is to read a
paper entitled "Higher Algebra as a
School Study" at the meeting of the
state educational association.
Joseph Grossman of New Ulm, 83
years of age, died on Saturday at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Geo.
Rewitzer in this city. His death was
the result of blood poison that set in
after he had frozen his feet several
weeks ago. The funeral was held on
Monday from St. Mary's church, Rev.
Father Stolz conducting the services.
Burial was made in the Catholic
cemetery here. Several relatives and
friends were here to be present at the
funeral, among them being Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Grossman, Tony and Will
Grossman, Jos. Grabner, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Grabner, Andrew Welsch, Jos.
Helget, Mr. and Mrs. John Rewitzer,
Frank Hogan and Frank Zeig.—Sleepy
Eye Dispatch.
Al-Ki will cure chapped hands, sore
lips, rough skin, pimples, blackheads,
blotches, dandruff and all imperfec
tions of skin and scalp. Druggists or
by mail 25c a bol&tle. AL-KI Chemical
Co., St. Paul, Minn. Dec. 10.
Gives Electrical Massage.
Anton Simmet has improved his
tonsorial facilities by the purchase of
an apparatus for giving electrical
massage and shampoos. It is a little
machine operated by storage batteries
and it is claimed for it that an appli
cation of the current will cure the most
stubborn headache or case of neural
gia. Mr. Simmet conducts a first-class
barber shop and his latest acquistion
will be appreciated by his patrons.
They Voted to Merge.
Harmony Camp, No. 2097, M. W. A.,
held an important meeting Monday
evening. The question of merging the
two local Woodmen lodges was up for
consideration and the Harmony mem
bers voted unanimously in favor of the
project. The matter is now up to the
Flandrau Camp. If its members em
brace the consolidation, the Flandrau
charter will be given up and the merger
will be known as Harmony Camp.
if you sutler from Epileptic Fits or Falling
Sickness or have children, relatives or
friends that do so, my new discovery will
CURE them, and all yon are asked to do
is to send for my FRKE REMEDIES and
try them. They have cured thousands
where everything else failed. Sent abso
lutely free with complete instruction
express prepaid. Please give wge and fall
DR. Wm. MAY,
Joseph Society Votes $1,000
Toward School Fund.
members of that society voted to give
$1,000 toward the fund of $35,000 or
$40,000 that will be needed. They will
raise the money by levying assess
This action is in line with the policy
mapped out by Rev. Father H. B.
Sandmeyer and the other societies of
the church will follow with contri
butions. St. John Court, No. 698I,time
Catholic Order of Foresters, will give
a sum fully as large or greater and the
other organizations will render every
assistance in their power.
All of this goes to show the sentiment
in favor of the school and the directors
anticipate no difficulty in raising all.
the money needed.
To get the sanction of the laymen
they have called a meeting of the con
suitors and parish for next Sunday.
It will be held directly after high mass
and the people will then be given an
opportunity to place the stamp of their
approval upon the project. That they
will favor the expenditure is not doubt
ed and the first definite step will pro
bably be the appointment of a com
mittee to have charge of soliciting the
contributions and to secure suitable
plans and specifications.
Marriarc Licenses.
Geo. Frederikson North Dakota
Christine D. Sorenson Eden
Ole M. Tenvasaas Lake Hanska
Gina P. Paulson........Lake Hanska
Adolph Schraeder Springfield
Lizzie Nelson Springfield
Real Estate Transfers.
Margaret M. C. Brackenridge to
Jens Fredericksen, 9 and 10, 37,
Brackenridge's 4th add, Sleepy Eye,
Martin C. Shade to Jens Frederick
sen, 7 and 8, 27, Brackenridge's
4th add, Sleepy Eye, $500.
L. G. Davis to J. N. Clarj. 9 and
10, Brackenridge's 2nd add, Sleepy
Eye, $600.
Geo. Groebner to Peter Mertz, 14,
60, N New Ulm, $3000.
Geo. Mueller to Geo. Grossmann,
1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,12,13 and
14, 168, and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,-9,
10, 11,12 and 13, B169, all S New Ulm,
Johann Hoffmann to Jos. G. Hoff-
Modernimprovementsin the manufac
ture of shoes have cut the cost in two.
Ten years ago, five times five dollar8
would not have bought such shoes as we
are now selling for $3.00.
We have high priced shoes to sell, but
you won't wear so many of them if you
carefully examine our Crossett $3 shoe*
Come and see about it.
C. A. Zelle.
Rips repaired free of charge.
Half Rate* to Portland, Oregon, and Return,
Via the North-Western Line. Excursion
tickets, will be sold Jan. 6 to 9, inclusive,
with very favorable return limits, on
account of convention of National Live
Stock Association. Apply to Agents
Chicago & North Western R'y. 2
Low Rates to the Coast.
On January 7, 8 and 9, 1904, the
Minneapolis & St. Louis will sell round
trip tickets to Portland, Ore., at one fare
for the round trip limit for return
January 31. Tickets good going via
St. Paul and northern lines, returning
through Ogden, Denver etc., or vice
versa. Tickets also on sale with privi
lege of returning through San Francisco
and Los Angeles, at very small addition
al charge. See aeents for particulars or
address A. B. Cutis, G. P. & T. A.,
Minneapolis Minn. 51-1.
To Corp a Cold in One Day
Tak Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. (Vi/,
Seven HDon tons uMfapast IS montlis. This Signature, SK'jC&r
N S,W" "'.»»"n»
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The first donation toward the Catho
lic parochial school building, exclusive
mention of which has been made in the
columns of the Review from time to
time, has been tendered. Saturday
evening, at the regular meeting of St.
Joseph's Unterstuetzungs Verein, the 2nd add, Springfield, *1,400,
Daniel Moll to C. P. Black and
Edward Krens, 14 acres, S 32, 110,
R32, $3,150. *v»^ tk
Wm. J. Pfaffrath to M7 B. Harrison,
11, 3, Bagen's 1st add, Spring
field, $1,800.
W. B. Munsell to Melissa Sherman,
4 acres, S 30, 112, 33, $85.
Anton H. Berg to Jos. Hillesheim,
Sr., 12, 8, W. & St. P. Land Co's
Geo. Ross to John Reiter, 11 and
12, 15, Springfield, $185.
AUCTION.—The undersigned will
sell out at Public Auction his entire
stock of Horses, Cattle and Farm
Machinery on the Nic. Manderfeld
farm in Milford, 7 miles west of New
Ulm. Tuesday January 12, 1904 at 9
I o'clock in the forenoon. Terms all
sums under $5 cash, over $5, 1 year's
for good bankable note with 6
per cent interest. WM. MANDERFELD.
The Star
Billiard and
Bowling Hall
Dance on Thursday Evening,
December 31st.
Wheat No. 1 73
Ho.2 .. 70
No. 3 67
Corn, per bushel 30
Oate, .30
Barley*" 40
Rye, 42
Flax, 79
Potatoes, 75 to .80
Onions, .60
Beans, white navy, per bushel .. 2.50
Bgg*i per dozen .22
Butter, per pound 15 to .28
Hogs, live, per hundred. .$8 80 to 4.10
Beef Hides,
Hard Coal, per ton...
Soft 4i
Hard Wood, per cord
2.00 to 2.50
2 50 to 2.75
3 00to3.50
3.00 to 4.25
$5.00 to 8 00
7.00 to 9.00
... 5.50
Hay, per ton $6.00 to 8.00
Order for Hearing on Claims.
fin Probate Court.
I Special Term, Dec 29th 1903.
In the matter of the estate of Albert M.
Beecher, deceased.
Letters of Administion on the estate of
Albert M. Beechei, deceased late of the
County of Brown and State of Minnesota,
being granted to Henry L. Beecher.
It is ordered, That three months be and
the «ame is hereby allowed from and after
the date of this order in which all persons
having claims or demands against the
said deceased are required to file the same
in the Probate Court of said County, for
examination and allowance, or be forever
It is farther ordered That the first
Monday in April A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock A.
M., at a General Term of said Probate
Court.tobeheld at the Probate Office in
the Court House in the City of New Ul
in said County, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place when and
where the said Probate Court will examine
and adjust said claims and demands.
And it is farther ordered, That notice of
such hearing be given to all creditors and
persons interested in said estate by forth
with publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks in the
New Ul Review, a weekly newspaper
printed and published at tLe City of New
Ulm in said County.
Dated at New Ulm. Minn,, the 39th day
of December, A. D. 1903
By the Court,
(Seal.) S. A GEORGE,
5^3 Judge of Probate.
Order for Hearing on Claims.
County of Brown
5In Probate Court.
I Special Term, Dec 12,1903
In the matter of the estate of August
Ott deceased
Letters testamentary on the estate of
August Ott, deceased, late of the County
of Brown and State of Minnesota, being
granted to Albertine Ott.
It is ordered, that six months be and the
same is hereby allowed from and after the
date of this order in which all persons
having claims or demands against the
said deceased are reqmred to file the same
in the Probate Court of said County, for
examination and allowance, or be forever
It is further ordered, That the first Mon
day in July A.D. 1904, at 10 o'clock A. at
a General Term of said Probate Court,
to be held at the Probate Office in the
Court House in the City of New Ulm in
said County, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place when and
where the said Probate Court will examine
and adjust said claims and demands.
And it is further ordered, That notice of
such hearing be given to all creditors and
persons interested in said estate by forth
with publishing this order once in each
week for three successive weeks in the
Ne Ul Review, a weekly newspaper
printed and published at New Ulm in said
Dated at Ne Ulm, Minn., the 12th day
of Dec. A. D. 1903.
the Court,
(Seal.) __ S. A. GBOKGB,
30-58 Judge of Probate
Order for Hearing Proofs of Will.
County of Brown. i*
5 In Probate Court.
.Special Term, Dec. 8th, 1M3.
In the matter of the estate of David
Beetle, deceased.
Whereas an instrument in writing pur
potting to be the last will and testament
of David Beetle late of said county, has
been delivered to this court
And whereas, Rosa Beetle has filed
therewith her petition.representing among
other things that said David Beetle died
in Nicollet county. Minu., on the 8th day
of November. A. 1903, testate, and that
said petitionee is the sole executrix nam
ed in said last will and testament,and
praying that said instrument may be ad
mitted to probate, and that letters testa
mentary be to her issued thereon
It is ordered, that the proofs of said in
strument and the said petition, be heard
before this Court at the Probate Offit e, in
the Court House, in the Cit 7 of Ne Ulm,
in said county, on the 4th Hay of January,
A. 1004, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
when all concerned a appear and con
test the probate of said instrument.
And it is further ordered, that publfc
notice of the time and place of said hear
ing be given to all persons interested, by
publication of a copy of this order for three
successive weeks previous to said day of
hearing in the New Ulm Review, a weekly
newspaper, printed and published at the
city of New Ulm in Said county.
Dated New Ulm Minn.. December 8
A. D. 1903.
the Court,
(Seal) S. A O
Judge of Probate.
I have kept Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral in my house for a great manjr
years. It is the best medicine in
the world for coughs and colds.
J. C. Williams, Attica, N.Y.
Three sizes :25c.. SOc.. SI. All drafftsts.
Consult your doctor.
to'take It. then don't take it. He knows.
Leave it with Mm. We are willing.
Collections given strict attention.
W O Cash.
All serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the throat.
You can stop.this at first
in a single night with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard coldsr
and forcoughs ofall kinds.
J. C. AYEK CO., Lowell, Haas.
In Brown and Nicol
let Counties.
Brow Count Bank
BaiJ up Gapifal $68,880.
Docs a QeijeraJ Ba^kijjg
Stean?sl?ip Tickets at Farnp
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and
jndividnals solicited upon the most lib
eral terms consistent with good banking
Bingham Bros
N*w Uur, |f hf*..
We aw-again ready to take contract*
in our line and guarantee prompt an*
good work. We feel that we need gar
no more where we are so well knowa. 5
Employs none trot the best otift
workmen and guarantees satis-'
ByEatimates furnished on all con1
at short notice,
Shop under Brown Co. Bank.
If he san take It,
then do as he aaya. If he telu von not
List Your Real Estate
With Me.
WHa-lrshall Hrb
If you are in need of any of the above
insurance, write or call on
Post Office Block, New Ulm, Minn-

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