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NEW EM AND VICINITY.
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'm.., and
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Post Office Address New Ulm.
.AUDITORH. B.-Constans.
TREASURERP. Schubert.
KKCISTIUI OP DEKBSA. Walton.
JUDBK OF PROBATEA. Westphal.
CLSRE OF THE DIST. COURTA^hert Blanchard.
SHERIFFGoo. Bickelhuupt.
SURVEYORJ.'Bern'tt. COURT COMMISSIONERE. G. Koth.
COUNTY ATTORNEYB. F. Webber.
.CORONERDr. C. Wesclicke.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTJohn /Lind.
COMMISSIONERSL. D. Rice chiurmnn, Chas. Wag
ner, Anton Manderfeld, W.,H. Sauders,,Qlc Jorgen
eon.
rC ommereial.
NEW ULM MARKET.
$orr$ej$d Weekly by Richard Pfefferle.
lour, per bbl.. ..&([email protected]
Wheat, per bushel
Outs,.per bushel
Barley, per bnslie
,i'orii, per bushel
Beans, per bushel
Potatoes, per bushel
Hams, per ponud
Cheese, per It)
Salt, per bbL.. f....,
1 utter, ^er lb
Eggs per dozen
Lard,-per pound.
Honey, per pouted...
No' one should
view.
90
40
50
rstock
4b otjQ&
35 lo
20
.2.00
lo
6
lo
[email protected]
Winoia St. Peter Railroai
AR^.V^. JD-fSPAKT.
Day Passenger *7,40 p.m, *5,55a.ra.
Night Pass'gerV.. 48,30 a.HL t4,Q0p.in.
O-oiit^rqi W^ST.
ARRIVE. DEPART.
Marshall AccomA..*3,3op-in. *9,ooa.m.
Except Sun. Except Man. Ex-Review
cept Sat.
#t. Paul & Sieux City Railroad.
To ST. PAULThrough mail and express .train
Jeaves Sioux City' at lQfib p. m., St.
Petetr
at 7:32 a.
arrives in St Pau a 11:1 0 a
JII making' close 'connection' with trains
Tor Chicago anil r\ll "eastern .points'. Accom
modation train leaVes St.. Raines at,'.) a. m., St.
.Peter at 1:05 p. lit. sqi& arrive.^'in St. Paul'.it 0:50 p.
'in.
To Siuox CITY.Mai? and express loaves St Paul
nt :}:lo p. m., St.' Peter'at 7:00 p.'i. anil arrives iii
Sioux City at 4:05' a. in. Accommodation train
leayes'Si'. fail}, nt 6:16 a. m'., and arrives in St. James
at 8:00p. na.
When going to southern pr eastern
Iowa, St. Louis, Chicago or any part of
Jilinois take the
JMuago, Clinton,D ak pe & Minn.
at
La Crosse, "Wis.
"TIME TABLE.
.Going Southe. Goin3 La Crosse, Leav 12,48
Arr. 7,15
nnlMiqne 5)lf iy
arijve 3,'1gpNorth. in.
Leavj3 S,oo m.
'Arr. 6,l.
Leave 7,00
L.eave 9,15 p.
3
Clinton lf,555
Chicago .SiT. .li,3C.ain
Trains ma^ke close connection at all
importaut.jmictions, and between Du
buque and Chicago tker are two daily
trains.
F. O. WYATT, #en. Supt.
DbiilU Iowa
NEW ELM LODGE NO. 53,
I
meets every Sat'urdajr'ev'enjng. Broth
ers fr,Qin abroad are cprdiaUy invited.
JOHN LIND, N. G.
'IIKKBY GONSTANS, Secretary,
PR06RESS LODGE NO. 28,
meets every Thursday evening at Ar
beiter Hall. Brothers fr^m abroad
are cordially invited,
DK. BEBE,y M. W.
HENRY CONSTANT, Recorder.
phartiy I
1.98/AJ.aM
Regular meet-
ings on the 2d.
4th Tuesday in
each month.
A... MAjapEN, W.
5. RUSSELL, Secretary
POST OFFICE NOTICE.
For ,the accommodation of onr business men the
j)ost ortice will be open on Sundayshom 8 to l6a.
in. and Horn 12 a. in. to 2 p. m.
On week days the General Del.veiy A\U1 be closed
(a,t a o'clock.
The Money Older Oftice v,iU be openedjd'l Jo a.
,-'lid closed .it 6
M.i 1 iroiuge.ist II (.lose it ijmo "Going.
,\iaX .It U- ,0p in
1 't
be without the lle-
The Review .is the..cheapest paper in
the State.'
Several new advertisements appear
in this week's issue.
Is it not about time fpr the street
sprinkler to make its appearance?"
The license men carried the day ,in
Madelia by one majority on the 2d inst.
The slight fall -of rain last Sunday
and Monday .was very beneficial tp
the growing vegetation.
Col. Win. Pfsender was re-elected
President of,the St. Paul Turnverein.
last Wednesday evening.
A splendid assortment of wall paper,
borders and window fixtures, has been
opened out at the City Drug Store.
We would call the attention of our
city readers to the notice of Capt. Nix,
City Clerk, which appears in another
column,
The dog poisoner has finally reached
New Ulm, and on Monday made his
presence known by poisoning Chas,
Rosskopf's dog.
A. E. McCarty has moved his livery
to Redwood Falls, and Ed. Casey
now has it all his own way i# the live
ry -business.
John Hoffmann will accept.our thanks
for a nice sample lot of Montana, gold
and silver quartz. He writes that"our
boys are all doing nicely.
The city election in Mankato on the
2d inst. resulted in the choice of the
Democratic candidates, owing to a
split in Republican ranks.
Juflt received by M. Mullen, one Car
Load of the celebrated Fish Bros.
Wagons. These wagons were bought
for cash and will be sold at low figures.
Wenzel Manderfeld, of the U. S. sig
nal service, who has been stationed at
Phoenix. Arizona, for awhile, has been
ordered to Burkes Station, same Teri
tory.
the size of t-lie
what it was before, .oiy
price for the present remains the same.
Chas. Whitney, who used to travel
up this way in the interest of A. llol
terhoff & Co., but later wih Beaupre,
Allen & Iveogh, died very suddenly at
Worthington, last Thursday.
The Odd Fellows of this city will
celebrate the amiive*-sary gf the estab
lishment of the 'order in this coimtrv,
April 26th, with a grand ball. Se^ an
nouncement in another column, thousapd dollars currency were
Now is the time to subscribe for the saved. Strange as it ma.y seem none
Although we 'have increased of th* passengers were mmred, al
naper to just double jthough some were pretty Racily
subscription
nona &. St. Peter Railroad is contemplat
ed soda, and that the night
will run. through to Marshall.
express
The steamer Gopher came down last
Friday with 1,800 bushels of wheat for
the Eagle Mill. The boat returned to
Redwood on Saturday loaded with
lumber, brick and store goods.
We have received anew and power
ful job press and are now enabled to do
all kinds of job printing in elegant style,
better heads, note heads, bill heads,
notes, receipts, envelopes and state
ment heads, a speciality. Call and exam
ine our work and obtain prices
Prevention is better than cure. Check
a Cough or Cy^ld at once which may
lead to Consumption, by using \)Y ]\jaiL
shall'.? Lung $yrup, an old reliable
remedy which never fails. Price only
25 cents. Sold by Jos. Bobleter.
We see by our State exchanges that
several counties are jnoyiiig in the
matter of holding monthly fairs,
when sellers and buyers meet'in some
centrally located point in the county
with their produce, horses, cattle or
anything else that they may wish to
dipose of. Wherever these fairs have
been held they have proven very remu
nerative for all parties, and Ave think
it is a move in the right direction.
As will be seen by a call in another
column, a caucus will be held at Turner
hall next Friday evening for the pur
pose of nominating' a candidate for
councilman, in plaee of Mayor elect Dr.
Wesclicke. The spec/al election to rill
the vacancy will beheld nextTuesdav.
Although the successful candidate Avill
be elected for the term of only one year,
Ave expect to see more hair pulling for
the position than there'-was-a.week ago
at the r^gujar election. iCSl.
A word tojjthe Avise. Tf you are suf
fering with a severe Cough or Cold,
calj oii your druggist and get a bottle
of Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup, and save
large doctor bills. It relieves almost
instantly. Price 25 cents. Sold by
Jos. Bobleter.
STATE OF MIVNESOTA, Dist. .Court,
County of B.rown, $ 9fch Judicial Dj^t.
It appearing from tlie certificate of
the Clerk of said court, Jbhafc there are
no matters to be presented, tp the
Grand Jury at the next term of said
cuurlt'to. be held on the 7th day of May,
A. 1).' 1$7, not cognizable "before "a
justice of the peace, andsaid County of
Brown containing less than 12,000 in
habitants, therefore:
Ordered that no Grand Jury be drawn
or summoned' tor the next term of
said comt to be held at New Dlni,in
said eoitytv on the 7th day of May, A.
D. 1878.
E. St. Julien Coxvr/
Judge Dist. Court.,
Ninth JLdicijl Dist.
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9MfeC3^ERl
l'ERSO.HAK..
Col. Wm. Pf{sender*returned to St,
Paul Thursday morning.
John P. Davis, of Tracy, gave ug a
pleasant call last Thursday.,
M. C. Burnside, insurance, real es
tate and collection agent, at Sleepy Eye,
was in our city Monday.
H. Thorwarth, traveling salesman
fox the wholesale tobacco house of Geo.
Leurssen & Co., of Chicago, paid New
,Ulni a visit last week.
List of Jurors.
Below will be found a list of Petit
Jurors for the next term of court
which .will be held in New Ulm, May
7th. There being no business to come
before the Grand .Jury, Judge Cox has
ordered that none shoujd be drawn.
John Arnold Ed. Casey
Nic: Nenno William Baarcli
Henry Dorrow John Krenger
John' Hauser William Grnees
Cliaules A HughesJohn Meade
"William Rumpke Jacob Muller
C, Potter H. Loheyde
J. J. Schumacher O. J. Owens
Eaigelbrefc Baake Byronjireen
John Manderfeld John Aretcfii
George Eaverty K. Christenson
Fred. Heers William Greiseke.
W learn from mail agent Lin
coln that the passenger train which
left Chicago on the C. & N. W II. R.
Sunday, evening, met with a serious
accident Monday morning, twenty
miles below Elroy, Wisconsin. If,
appears that the dry grass under
neath a trestle bridge, near the Ba
raboo river, was set on fire, and, un
beknown to any one, burnt the
lower parts of the uprights of the
trestle eft. The bridge looked sound
enough from a distance, but as soon
as the engine struck it the whole
thing gave way precipitating engine
and baggage cars into the cavity, kil
ling the fireman outright and injur
ing the engineer so severely that he
died in a few hours. The engine,
baggage car, three bags of U, S.
mail, baggage and express matter
were burnt but through the hero
ism of the-express messenger several
thousand
scar
It is rumored that another change in hour late
-the running tinae of trains on the Wi
-i^ On account of the accident,
the train Monday evening was an!
The Pioneer Press of last Thursday
publishes a very lenghty Hst of ''All
tlie Hour- mills in the State/' so it says,
but Ave looked in vain in the list for
Brown county with its yix mills. Al
though the omission on their part Avas
unintentionally, as they claim that.no
response Avas received to their circular
sent to this county, the, impression
might be received that Brown County
has no flouring mills, and may Ayork to
the detriment of the county..
Brown County has six flouring mills,
with 17 run of stone.
The Eagle Mill, owned by the Ivjgle
Mill Co., and the City Mill, owned bv
the New Elm City Mill Co., are located
at New Ulm. Both are steam .mills,
each operating 5 run of stone. Both
do a very larg.e merchant business.
The foimer ships its surplus flour to
Buffolo, N. Y., and the latter to NCAV
York City. The next mill of import
ance is located at Golden Gate and is
owned by J. H. Heimerdinger. This
mill is operated by both steam and
water power, and has two run of stone.
Does only custom work. Next in order
comes the mill of Schwertfeger &
Plath, located at Iberia. This Mill has
two run of stone and is operated by
water poAver wholly. Does only custom
work. The mill located at Leaven
Avorth has two run of stone, is operated
by water power, and does custom
work only. Owners name not known.
The sixth mill is located on the Cotton
wood river, in the town of Home, has
one run of stone, and is oAvned by Juli
us Franke. Does only custom Avork.
By the above it Avil] be seen that, ac
cording to the Pioneer Press list, BroAvn
Comity ranks 23d, as' regards run of
stone, in milling facilities. Plans
and specifications are now being made
ror a seventh mill, with four run of
stone, to be located at Burns Station.
These are but few counties in the State
where the flour mills are so evenly dis
tributed through the county as "they
are in this, and no one, no matter in
what' part of the county he may bey:
located, has more than eight
miles to his nearest mill, and but "few
have over five.
EARTH TO EARTH.
The remains of Hon. Chas. Roos,
iSrhose death Ave noticed in last Week's
issue, were on Wednesday morning
conveyed to Turner hall where he lay
in state until 2 p. ni. The main en
trance gf the hall was heavily draped
in mourning.' as Avas also the main hall.
A few minutes before 2 o'clock the
members of the Turnverein marched
around the coffin to take a last look at
their departed Speaker, after which
the remains Avere placed in the hearse,
and the procession formed as previous
ly announced. The tuneial was the
lar-'i'ist ever Aviluc/sbed here. Between
80 and 90 carriages were in line. Busi
ness was partially suspended for the
time being, and everybody turned out to
pay a "last tribute to the departed dead.
The eJercises at the eemetary were
very iitfpressive. The* combined stag
ing societies sang-a very appropriate
song, after which tioh Wm. Pfsender
delivered a totiching dise'o'urse, tvhich
was followed by another song.
The rmains" were then lowered into the
grave, and the Governor's Guard paid
the departed Captain the accustomed
soldiers' tribute by firing three volleys
over the grave, after which the people
dispersed, and the societies returned
to the city and How. Chas. Roos lived
only in the memories of his grief-strick
en family and friends. May he rest in
peace.
Just as we go to press we -learn that Miss. Katie
Galles died in Rochester last Sunday. Her brother
Joseph departed Sunday evening to bring there
mains to New Ulm.
GcMen Sate Correspondence.
GOLDEN GATE,
AFB.II. &th, 1S7S.5
Editor Revieiv:
As "Posted" failed to come to time last week,
and may this, I send you a few items.
I haye heard of no one beiug badly fooled on the
1st, UAii'pt "Aunt Sally."
Farmers are having iflittle leisure now, as the
small grain is all sown, and they think it is too
early to prepare for corn.
The engine for Heinierdinger's mill, finally ar
rived,.
The ladies .of the neighborhood spent a good share
of last week, in visiting.
Our Greenback Club meets only Jonce in two
weeks now, ai last week was the off one.
The bridge spanning the ravine east of the Village
is still out of repair. Where is the overseer,, and
the town board?
There was a general turn-out to clean the school
house on Friday afternoon. The Uist. Board are
looking for a teacher.
Miss Magpie McDermott died on Saturday about
12 o'clock, having been *iek less than a week. She
had been t work for H. V.'erring at whose place
she died.MissMcDci'niott was attended by Dr.Well
come, jr., oi Sleepy Eye, but it is thought by a great
many that the doctor did not do his whole duty.
The members of the Centennial Ease Ball Club,
held their lirst meeting of the season last Saturday
afternoon. The following officers were elected for
the ensuing year. Pres't., J. Cutting, Vice Pres't.,
P.. D. Ravorty, Sec, Cutting, Treas.. W. Werring
Now boys, mal it lively. JMore anon.
From UNO HOO.
Sleepy Eye. Gleanings.
Business is on the increase every
week in our flourishing village.
If a barber wants to make moneys
send him to Sleepy Eye. We need cue
very much.
Teachers examination was held, at
the sciMui iiouse last wov-k. navo not
learned who n^-pived cm'tilicates.
J. A. Wi.ito is moving
hisahouse
'heavenwaru,
ant is making base
ment of Ka ota stone.
.George and Charlie llobinson arrivf
in town a iew days ago. They are visi
ting their folks before they go east.
School commences Monday of next
Aveek. Mr. Graves Avill conduct the
.upper department., and Mrs, Graves the
lower one.
W. E. Smith has removed his law
office into the old Kelly house, Avhere
he will transact business to suit his
customers
J. J. Kelly, the indomitable lumber
merchant of this place, has revived a
splendid assortment of all kinds of
lumber, shingles, doors :nd,sash. Mr
i\eiiy defies competition as regards
prices and quality of goods.
Dr. J. W. Andrews, of Marshall,
passed through here on the train for
Chicago. "We learn that the Dr.
wasNo, on his Avedding tour, but he was very
mum and did not show his bride. May
happiness greet him through life.
Men are flocking in town to get Avork
on the Sleepy Eye & Itedvwod K. 1
'"Shanties" are going up along the line,
to accommodate the workmen, very
fast. They mean business, aiid we
hope to go to lied wood on the train to
celebrate the 4th of July.
L. L., Pvobbins whom Ave expected to
live, died last week with gangrene of
the lungs. He Avas buried by ihe Ma
sonic fraternity in the Iberia grave
yard. He was a man Avhomall regret to
part Avith he made friends wherever
heAvent and was beloved by all.
M. C. Burnside has purchased one of
the Baetty organs, which is highly re
commended to be one of the best organs
sent,before the public.
M. C. 13. is agent for this organ and
all AVIIO intend to buy an organ had
better give this a test before purchas
ing elsewhere.
NEW ABMTISEMENTS
Notice is hereby givfn that every
inhabitant of New Ulm must re
move, before the 20th day of April,
1878, all manure and other refuse
that may have accumulated in the
parts of streets and alleys adjoining
his or her estate and that after the
20th of April, the depositing of ma
nure or other refuse in streets .or al
leys will notbe permitted. The City
Marshal is hereby instructed to cause
the fine determined by laAv to be im
posed on those who do not comply
with the above.
The place to which nanurc and
other refuse is to be transported can
be ascertained'by inquiring of the
City Marshal. %v nX i
-13 order of the City Council
JACOB XIX, City Clerk
-t
mmBBMsaastt%^~-M':'^~-^^'
i- CITY CAUCUS, '&&
the electors at the city of New tJIni
are respectfully" invited to attend a
catteus which vfill be held at Turner
hall mat Frida? evening, 7:30 o'clock,
for the purpose of nominating a can
didate for ccntftcilman, to be voted
upon at the special election which will
be held Tuesday, April the 10,1878,
The COMMITTEE.
ArafMCTOX ttORSEIlfEft.,
We have received a large horse cut
and are now prepared to print large
posters on short notice.
GRAND
ODD FELLOW S' BAL L,
-AT-
Turner Hall,
Friday Evening, April 2fi, 1878.
Several Tableaux will be given
during the evening. The members
of the Odd Fellows' society will ap
pear in their regalias.*
Tickets $1,00 a couple. Supper extra.
1 Ickets can be obtained from
H. Schleuder, 0 Hanft, A. Blanch
ard, Friedmann and in the eve
ning at the door.
All are cordially invited to at
tend.
The Committee.
WEED
SEWING MACHINES
NEW MODEL
HAS
AUTOMATIC TEXSIOirS,
ELECANT WOODWORK,
AND RUNS LIKE A TOP.
NO CAMS, NO GEARS, NO SPRINGS,
AND NO NOISE.
This BEST Machine
Can be sold at Hard Times Prices.
INSIST UPON SEEING IT.
Circulars and Trice-Lists on application to
WEED S. M. Co.,
FOR SALE
fj. if* A*
GHICAOO, III.
S 33- Peterson,
New Win, Minil.
White, Stone & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Books, Paper
AND
STATIONERY,
87 East Third Str., St. Paul.
Prompt and special
given to orders bir
of
MRS. THOMAS E. WALTON.
Opp. Dakota House, New Ulm, Minn.
I have jnst received a new and splendid assort
ment of millinery goods, embracing all the' latest
styles and patterns, which I am prepared to offor
at prices to suit the times. I also keep dress pat.
terns for sale.
OGP^ Farm produce taken in .exchange for goods.
MRS. THOMAS E. WALTON.
HEW MILLINEEY STORE,
JUST OPENED IN
RcdmannV Block, Minn. St?
MRS. I. II. GIBBS,
I ha\e just rccthpd a Jarge ami pjegant assoit
ment of millinery goods,, and respectfully invite
the public to call and e&apwie )}y goods beior
purchasing e}e\v|iL're.
gLow pi ices and prompt attention, is jny
motto..S
Alto Sew U)g uidcliinefa kppj,foxsajp.^,
MRS. GIB
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W BBIwTLESES FOR SALE.
Permits will be issued to applicants therefore l)j'
tliet. Pan] Siotix City or Sioux Ciy & St. Paul
Rnijjoad Cpmpnuy, authorizing the holder thereof
to/sftt aijd remove the grass from such lands ift may
be spooled thqreiji.
^iy IM^:S^)H ^stdring can thus, for a reasonable
price, secure the ^exclusive use of grass lands con
venient to liis own.
The cojiipany will reserve the right to revoke the
permit ad refund the money, in case of the sale of
any tn^t ofhitid before the hay is cut.
Appjy fo the Secretary of the Laud Department
at St. VaxiU JOSEPH FLANDKUS, Madelia, or to
STEPHEN Mil.LER, Field Ag.-nt.
Or E KOCH, New Ulm, Minu.
Window, March 23. 1878.
MILLIN1T AND DRESSMAKING
ESTABLISHMENT
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