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H, A. bOBILIA, CUAS Roos Jc UN BEL* NewUlm CityMill, Contre Street, New Ulm, Minn. We are running day and night, and can supply auj quantity ot butt brands of Flour at regular rates oa short notice. "Ye ba\ improved machinery for the grinding of shorto and fodder, hating added a stoue reserved for such a purpose. Flour exchanged for wheat en very liberal terms. C- NEW ULM CITY MILL CO H. CUADBOL'RN, President. C. H. Bosa, Cashier BROWN CO. BANK, Cor. Minn, and Centre Streets. NEWULM, MINNESOTA. Collections and all business pertaining to banking JPROMP1LY ATTENDED TO. INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILTIT $500,000, ITY i Meat Market, M. EPPLE, fcwr'K. i A targe supply of fresh meats, sausage, hams, lard, etc., etc., constantly on hand. All orders from the coon. try promptly attended to. CASH PAID ^OR HIDM|5f?J MIN, STBEEr, NEWULM, MINN f$if*V ^*S NEW ULM O PFEFFERLE, Td if i lis Dealer in 6R0CERIES and PROVISION Canned, Dried and Green Fruit, WTiTI AND FEEI SfOVB, WoUDJs.if *MJ TV-.1,3 Tt\T SUNN. ST., NEW ULM. MINN. I EAT MARKET, C. STUEBE, Prop'r. A large supply of fresh meats, sausage, ham* lard, etc etc., constantly on hand All ordeis from the country promptly attended to. CASH PAID FOR HIDES. MINN. ST NEWULM, MINN pit QUINCY. MANUFACTLltStt 4XD DEALftR tN Harness, Collars, Saddles, Saddlery, BliJikets, "Whips, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery and all custom work pertaiP'^g to my business promptly attended lo. Minn. St., opposite Union House, VEWULM, M"3N M. JUENEMAN.N, M1MFACTLREU V\D DF KJ EU IV Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Whips, Saddlery, Blankets-, etc, etc., etc. Upholsttrv, and all in-tom MOIK pertaining to in} Imsnu bs proiuptl} attended to Wiun. St Next Door to Zihei iloon, NEW LLM rjuENZifc JlECHT, Importers and Wholesale Dealeis .n LIQUORS & WINES, I5W 3d St, SI PALL, MINN OYES BUOIIIEU8 & CU1LER, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ST PAUL, MINN Milwaukee Advertisement*. B.HCEGER&SON3, Importers and Wholesale BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS & BLANK BOOK Manufacturers, MILWAUKEE WIS. F- GOETZ. ADOLPII MEINEKE. C. PENZHORN. MEINECKE & COSenators Importers and Jobbers of Toysi FancyGoodsJankee Notions WILLOW WARE CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. No. 92 HURON ST. MILWAUKEE, WIS. FEKNEKEb & BRC, UANCFACTUItraS} CONFECTIONERS, tic anddealers NUTS,ORE NFRUITO, etc. etc A etc- 351 EAST WATER ST. MILWAUKEE. CMeasjs) A4varttMmata. '"UNION" ',",Ss'* CUTLERY WOEKS, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Cillery, Guns and Revolvers. 75 4 77LAKI5TREET CHICAGO, T"*J&4J VOLUME I. KEW ULM, MINtf., APKIL 17, 1878. NUMBER 16. It is our desiie to make the Review a "newspaper"' the true sense of the word, a chronicler of all that partains to the growth and prosper ity of Brown county. But in order to succeed in our undertaking, it is necessary that the citizens of the several towns in which we have not yet succeeded in obtaining a corres pondent, take some little interest the doings of their respective local ities, and transmit the facts to us for publication. We do not care for any lenghty communications upon subjects which do not interest any one, but events occunng in your respective communities. Such communications would not on ly be of great benefit to us, but the correspondents would at the same time bring their respective town-s be fore the public, making known their advantages and inducements. Send us anything that 3rou think would be of interest to our readers, and of benefit to your immediate localities. Send us facts in any form and we will work it into shape. Our Exhanges speak in veiy flat tering terms of the Review ass it now appears. Pat Child of the Waseca Radical is making it lively for the boys around Waseca. The St. Paul Dispatch states that one of six of the soldiers of the Rus sian army has been killed or wound ed. ^MHtMl A new post office has been estab hshed in Lyon county by the name of Amnet, with J. Mitchell a post master. The soldiers Orphans, Home at Winona, will be closed on the 8th of Mav, when a gran^ leunion will be held of all former inmates The Governor of Iowa has etoed the corapulsorj education bill pas&ed by the legislature, but approved a bill restoring capital punishment. Gen. M. D. Flowei, Chief Clerk of the late House of Representatives, has been appointed Superintendent of the Bass Lake summer report, near St. Paul. From some of our exchanges we learn that great damage was done to buildings, fences and standing timb er bj the wind storm which occured Central Iowa on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. The Illinois democratic convention held last Thursday nominated E L. Rinkhite of Stephenson countj for State Treasurer, and S. M. Et ter, the pipse it incumbent, for Sup erintendent oi Public Instiuction. The Li at of the biennial sessions of the Minnesota Legislatuie will be held next winter At the general election next fall members will be chosen for the House and Senate throughout, members of the low er house, and Senators repre senting the odd numbered dist ricts, tor the term of two ears, and representing even num bered districts for four years. C. W. Field, of Georgia, has been elected doorkeeper of the House. Field is a graduate of West Point and resigned his position in the Army to go into the rebellion. He rose to the rank of Major General At the close of the war he entered the ser vice of the Khedive of Egypt and re turned to the United States only a year ago. His disabilities were re moved in February last. The Republicans supported Gen. Shields for the position. i The gladsome days approach when it will be fashionable to "linger at the garden gate.'' 'There's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young dream."Renville Timesi s*& There is a project on foot in Red Wing, for the formatioj of a joint stock company to engage in the man ufacture of glass in that city. The sand, which exists in immense quan tities in the vicinity, has been test ed and found to PQ^sesj^dl tfeiec^- Boss Tw eed died in Ludlow street jail New York, last Friday noon. His last words to his attending phy sician were: I have tried to do good, if I have not had good luck. I'm not afraid to die, I believe the guardian angels will protect me.*' No mem bei of his family was in his room when he died. His wife, his sons Richard and William M. Jr. were in Europe where they had been for some months. After the coroners inquest the remains were removed to the house of his son in law, Mr.recommeuded Douglass. Although affairs in the East are still in a painful state of uncertain ty, the latest dispatches speak a little more hopeful that the'dilficulty between the contending parties may yet be settled at the Congress, which is not wholly given up. A Times' St. Petersburg correspondent, tele graphing Sunday, says that the ef forts of Germany may perhaps lead to a preliminary conference, as the British government is now believed to be more fuendly to such a propos al. Warlike excitement is specially intense Moscow. The Agence Russe says the London Standard's statement that Germanj 's efforts at mediation ha\e been well received at London has produced a favorable impression at St. Petersburg, where the desire for an understanding is real. The Poite in the mean time is preparing foi the worst, and is re moving valuable arms and amuni tions to Scutari, and is considering the question of transferring the gov ernment there, so as to avoid being forced inLo an alliance bj one of the belligerents occupying Constanti nople in the event of ai. Orders have been given to the Turkish com manders to resist any attempt to oc cupy Constantinople The St. Paul Dispatch speaking of the Congressional candidates the several districts has this to say in regard to this district "In the second district, Major Strait's friends seem confident of his renommation without serious oppo sition. Hon, T. S Buckham will dcmbtless be the choice of the Rice county delegation, Goodhue county will support either Hon. J. A. That cher oi Shenff Candlei, Hon. A. E. Rice of Kandayohi county can, if he chooses, command some strenght in the convention, on grounds of nation ality as well as abilit}. As to the Democrats in the sec ond district Hon. Aia Barton by common consent, has the mside track although H. Hmds, Henry Pceh ler, H. Lienau, J. Aichibald, S L. Campbell and one or two others seem inclined to dispute it with him. The following preamble and reso lutions weie adopted at a caucus, of Rep, Senators and Representatives, held in Washington last week: \VHFREAS, Theiestoiation oftheDemocnticpar tj to pow would be a grent national cilmity, to si\ ert Inch all patriotic citizen* should put forth then beat eftoi ts, and WHEREAS, Nearly 90 000 Republican officials throughout the 1 ind understand tliem.-.el\es to be under orders from the President to abstain from \ai ticipation in some of the necess-uy steps in this gieat work, there ore, RESOLVES, That the President be requested to rescind Ins. order" foi bidding participation bj ofti ci lis in the executn branch of the en sen ice in meeting caucus, cou\ entions and committees of political character RESOLVED, That the secretary of this meeting tr insinit a cop ot this resolution, properly authen ticated, to the President On motion of Senator Edmunds, the resolutions were refered to the committee, with power to confer with the President on the subject. The locomotive engine might be our national emblem for of 181,- 854 miles of rail track on the globe at the close of 1876, no fewer than 73,508 were i he United States, while all Europe contained but 89,- 129. These, be it noted, are figures, not of American, but of French sta tistics. Next after our country came Germany, with a total of 17,333 miles then Great Britain, with 16,- 659 France, 13,390,Russia, 10,121, Austria, 10,768 India, 6,475. Italy, 4,764 Canada, 4,096 Sweden and Norway, 2,769 Belgium, 2,169 Australasia, 1,748 Switzerland, 1,- 290 Turkey, 1,201 and Holland, l,174.f. Paul Globe. -^--w The river and harbor bill, as re ported to the House, directs that an examination be made of the head waters of the Minnesota, St. Cioix, Chippewa and Wisconsin rivers, to determine the practicability and cost of creating and maintaining resei voirs for regulating the volume of water. And Senator Wmdom, when he comes to speak upon the improve ment of'the Mississippi, will, it is said, dwell particularly upon the im portance of the reservoir system as by Major Farquahar. St. Paul Dispatch. A no titer Texas Mail Bobbery. NEW ORLEANS, April 12.The Galveston (Texas) News special re ports another train robbery on tl Texas Pacific railroad at Mesquite Station, thirteen miles east of Dallas, at 10 o'clock last night. When the tram stopped at the depot, the en gineer and fireman were taken from the engine, and placed under guard. The express messenger, route agent barricaded themselves in the car, but the robbers saturated it with coal and oil and set fire to it, and forced them out. The express and mail were then plundered. Conductor Alford and two robbers were wound ed. The plundermg party numbered fifteen or twenty. The passengeis were not molested.Pioneer Press. The State Immigration Board met St. Paul last week and adopted the following resolution: Resohed, That the Secretary pre paie an article for publication in the American Newspaper Union, briefly showing Minnesota's resources, also to prepare and publish a pam phlet in size, to come under postage of one cent, shoAving the advantages offeied to immigrants, and also coi tainiug a map of the State the pam phlet to be translated into the Ger man and Scandinavian languages, and published in pamphlet form, that a short article be published the Chicago and Milwaukee German papers that the Secretary publish a three-jnch advertisement both the foreign papers and the American Newspaper Union, to stand thr months, calling attention to the amphlet which shall be distribut ed free of postage to all applicants." The fund to be used in the further ance of immigration is the $5,000 voted by the Legislature a few jeais ago for the relief of grasshopper sufferers but was never drawn. Work has been begun on the Red wood Falls Railroad, and by next week it will probably be pretty live ly all along the route. A squad of men were here, Tuesday night, who have a sub contract and were on their way to commence work. We understand that the west twelve miles have been let to Mr. Larson of St. Peter.Redwood Gazette. A detective employed by the east ern railway companies claims that the new order, the Knights of labor, havmg 700,000members, is organiz ed for the purpose of renewing the struggle which resulted in the riots of last year. He says the communists will be taken into the order when its time for action comes. The "Telephone," whose won derful capacity has of late excited the curiosity and wonder of this won derful age of inventive genius is now positivly asserted to have been dis covered fifty years ago by an English gentleman named Sir Charles Wheat stone, F. R. S. The London Times says, he employed it with and with out electricity. His first application of the principle was to make a violon cello play on the ground floor of his house by conducting the vibrations from the piano-forte which was being played in the uppermost story. The next was to convey the sounds of a band of music from the basement of the Polytechine institution into a distant upper room, in which her ma jesty the Queen was seated on the occasion of her visit to that institu tion. The third was to convey tl tick of a clock by electro-magnetism through some four miles of wire, at a meeting of the Royal Society on the 25th of November, 1840. It matters, but little who was the inventor un less he has obtained a patent and puts in a claim for royalty again t. those utilizing the discovery.