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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
BY
BOBLETER.
E^JjS.
OFFICE OVER CITY DRUG STORE.
Terms:
$1,50 PER YEAR.
I Bates of Advertising.
FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
jT)R. A. WARDEN,
RESIDEN1 DENTIST.
Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Streets.
fNE ULM, MINN.
TYR. C. BERRY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office over Kiesling, Keller & Co's
pNEW TJXM, MINN,
FRANCIS BAASEN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
i
Collections Promptly Attended to.
INEW ULM MINN.
JOS. A. ECKSTEIN,
Attorney and Counselor
.A. Law.
Titles examined and perfected.
[Particular attention given to collec
pons
^"Office over BiownCo. B:mk.
TEW ULM. MINN.
-t.
TOHN LIND. A. C.HAGBERO.
LIND & HAGBERG,
attorneysandCounselors at Law.
Attend to Suits in all the State
& U. S. Courts.
Special Attention Paid to Collections
GERMAN AND SCADINAVIAN LAN
JF GIJAGES SPOKEN.
*NEWULM,
NEW ULM AGENCMINN.
DIE -HEE INSURANCE
O ME* YORK.
CO.
J.NIC.NENNO, AGENT.
The Home is one of the oldest and
strongest fire insurance companies in
the United States, and all in want of
reliable insurance should call on me.
Farm insurance a specialty.
J. Nic. NENNQ, Agt.
ITDAKOTA H0USE~
%OPP. POST OPTICE NEW ULM, MIN
ADOLPH SE1TER, Prop'r.
This house is the most centially
cated house in the city and
i affords good Sam pie Rooms.
Miss T. Westphai
Keeps on hand a large and we
assorted stock of millinery, fancy
goods and zepbyr wool, opposite
the Union Hotel, between second
and Third North streets.
NEW ULM, MINN.
MILLINERY
J|t AND
DRESSMAKING.
Mrs. Anton Olding,
NEXT DOOR TO
fSOMMER'S STORE, NEW ULM,
Has An hand a good stock of IVillneryUoods eon.
listing in part of Hats, Bonnets, Velvets, Silks
Ribbons, Feathers, Human Hair, Flowers, fcc.
Also Patterns for stamping monograms. Stamp
Ins: of all kinds. Embroidery Work and Fashion
able dressmaking done to order.
I 8n&Jfchell,
BHEWEB.M&LTSTBB & BOTTLER.
This brewery is one of thelargest.estabiishtncntf
of the kind in ihc Minnesota Valley and is fitted
np-with all the modern improvements. Keg am'
bottle beer nrnished to any part of the city on
shorS notice. My bottlebeer is especially adapted
for family use.
Country brewers and others that bny malt will
find it to their interest to place theii orders with
me. All orders by mail will i eceive my prompt at-
AUG. SCHELL
Agent for
MADLEEH, Chicago, 111.
^M| Importer of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Warranted Genuine Goods, at Low
est Prices* Wholesale and retail.
Blatz bottled beer always on hand.
XIESLINGITBLOCK,
4^ New Ulm, Minn.
New Ulm agency Union Endowment I
Association of Minnesota, NEW ULM,
H. H. Beussmann,
Dealer in
0teel 2ii*d Iton Wbte
in general also a special large stock
of Carpenters* Tools and Agricultural
Implements- A complete stock of the
newest and best constructed Guns and
Revolveis of the most approved pat
terns also ammunition and sportmen's
goods of all descriptions.
In connection therewith is a complete
Harness Shop,
under the management of Hermann
Beussmann, who will take pleasure in
waiting upon all customers in want of
anything in the harness or saddlery
line.
Mum. & 1st n. Strs. New Ulm, Minn.
Klossner & Brandt,
(Successors to J. Klossner.)
DEALERS I N
Slielf Seavy SkfdwWe
AND
411 Kills of Farm Machinery,
NEW ULM, MINN.
H/EBERLE
DEALER I N
STOVESITINWARE
Kiesling's Building, Corner Center and
Minnesota Streets,
NEW ULM, MINN.
J. B. Arnold,
Dealer in
C00KIN6 & HEATING STOVES,
HARDWARE,
Tin-ware & Farming Implements.
The show is in charge of an experienced hand
who gives the msnding and repiiringof tin-ware
hisspecialattertion All ork wurrunlud.
NEW ULM, MINN
H. Lau&enshlager,
Dealer in
STOVES,
HA RD If ABE, TJ3 It'A HE A ND
LIGHTNING RODS.
The Celebrated White, Howe,
New Ameiican & Singer
SEWING MACHINES.
Cor Miuu & 1st. S Sts., New Ulm. MINN.
c.
PROPRIETOR OF TH E
New Ulm Foundry
& MACHINE SHOP
Corner Centre & Front Streets.
NEW ULM, MINN.
The Foundry has been thoroughly refitted and I
am now prepared to do all kinds of work on short
notice. Repairing ol all kinds of machinery and
Agricultural Implements a specialty. Only ex
perienced workmen are employed, and work en
trusted to my care will be executed with neatness
and dispatch. ALL WORK WARRANTED.
CHAS. LEON HARD.
Star Sample Room,
JACOB HOESCHELER, Prop'r.
Cor. Minn. & Center streets, New Ulm
I desire to inform my former cus
tomers and friends, and the public gen
erally, that I have opened a sample
room in the building lately by me oc
cupied as a clothing store. The best of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
will always be kept on hand. A fine
lunch will be served from 10 a. m.to 12 m.
H. Rudolphi,
MANUFACTURER OF & DEALER IN
Soots and Shoes!
Minn. &3d N. strs., New Ulm, Minn.
A large assortment of men's and
boys' boots and shoes, and ladies' and
children's shoes constantly kept on
hand. Custom work and repairing
promptly attended to.
FR.. WILLIAMS,
Dealer in
Fine Imported & Domestic
WINES, UPR S, CIGARS,
ETC., ETC.
Splendid Free Lunch from 10 am to 12
Cor. Minn, and
J). STRICKLBR,
3d N. Streets,
MINN.
PHYSICIAN & SUMEON.
Office over Beossatan's Hardwave Store.
NEW ULM, MINN.
C. BALTRUSCH.
-DEALER IN
Dry Goods,
Hats and Cans,
Men's and Boys' CMMng,
Ladies' Jackets andDolmans,
LADIES' AND GENTS'
Furnishing Goods,
ALSO
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And the very latest patterns in
Dress Goods & Trimmings.
My puichases have been made di
rect and for cash, and 1 am thereby
enabled tv. 'wake the lowest prices.
Call and examine my stock and com
pare prices before purchasing else
where.
BALTRUSCH.
128trottmo. "23cmk.
C.H. CHADBOURN*
President.
C. H. ROSS,
Cashier.
Cor. Minn, and Centre Strs.
NEW ULM, MINN.
Collection"and all business pertainiug to banking
promptly attended to.
Individua Responsibitiy
$500,000.
Eagle Mill Co.
Manufacturers of
ROLLER FLOUR
BY THE
Gradual Reduction Roller
System.
NEW ULM, MINN.
Cheap Cash Store.
G$O. jacfoSft
DEALER IN
GOODS,
NOTIONS,
HATS, CAPS,
GROCERIES. CROCKERY
and OILS.
DRY
Also Musical Instruments
and WHEELER & WIL
SON'S Latst Improved
SEWING MACHINES.
All Goods Sold at Bottom Prices.
NEW ULM, MINN.
Jno. Neuman,
Dealer in
DRY GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Notions,
Groceries, Provisions,
Crockery and Glassware,
Green, Dried and Canned
Fruits, etc, etc.
I will always lake farm produce in exchange
for goods, and pay the higheit market price for all
kinds of paper rag*.
In connection with my store lime a first-claps
saloon famished with a splendid billiard table and
my customers will always find good liquors and
cigars, and every forenoon a splendid lunch.
All goods purchased of me will be delivered to
any part of the city free of cost.
Minnesota Street, New Ulm, Minn
Meat Markt,
M. EPPLE, Prop'r.
MnrarE&OTA ST. NEW ULM,MINN.
1
HPHE undersigned desires to inform the people of
New Ulm and vicinity that he has re-establish
his meat market and is now preapared to wait
on old customers and friends with only the
best fresh and cured meats, sausages, lard and e\
ery thing usually kept in a first-class market The
highest market price will be paid for FAT CAT.
TLE, HIDES, WOOL, ETC.
M. EPPLE.
edthis
NEW
Meat Markt.
JOS. SCHNOBRICH, Prop'r.,
New Ulm, Minn.
A large supply of fresh meats, sau
sage, hams, lard, etc., constantly on
hand. All orders from the country
promptly attended to.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
Hoard of Equalization.
(OFFICIAL PUBLICATION.)
The County Commissioners met at
the Auditor's office Brown Co., Minn.,
July 20, 1885. All members present.
They were sworn in by the auditor and
organized as Board ot Equalization by
choosing Commissioner Aug. Westphai
chairman.
On motion, the Board proceeded to.
review the different assessment rolls to
12 o'clock m. and on motion adjourned
to 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
The Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment at 2 o'clock pm. and on motion
continued to examine the assessment
rolls to 5 o'clock p. m. and adjourned
until 9 o'clock the following morning.
JULY 21, 1885.
MORNING SESSIONThe board met
pursuant to adjournment at 9 o'clock
a. m.
All members present. They contin
ued to examine the different assess
ment lists uotill 12 m. and adjourned
until 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
AFTERJJOON SESSIONThe Board
met pursuant to adjournment at 2 o'vford
clock p. m. All present. On motion
the board ordered the Assessors' returns
to be changed as follows, to wit: To
raise the assessed valuation on horses
one year old: in New Ulm 40 per cent,
in Bashaw 2, Burns 6, Milford 2.
Also horses two years old:Albin 3 per
centBashaw 25,Burns8,Home LMilford
2. Also on horses three year old and
over. New Ulm 2.per cent, Sleepy Eye
11, Springfield 5, Aibm 2, Bashaw 10,
Burns 10, Eden Home 1, Lake Hans
ka 25, Linden 10, Milford 2, North Star
9, Sigel 2, Stately 15, and to reduce
the assessed valuation on horses 3 years
old and over in Leavenworth ll
per
cent.
To raise the assessed valuation on
cattle 2 years o\dr i the town of Mil
ford 1 per cent. Alsn on cows in Burns
town 1 per cent.
To raise the assessed valuation on
woiking oxeu in New Ulm 50 per cent,
Albin 4, Burnstown 10, Cottonwood
100, Linden 10, Mulligan 30, North
Star, 30.
Also on all other cattle 3 ears old
and over: in the town of Mulligan 10
per cent, and to reduce the same item
in Leavenworth 100 per eent.
To raise the assessed valuation on
hogs in New Ulm 10 per cent,in Sleepy
Eje 10, in Burnstown 40,in Lake Hans
ka 2, in Milford 3.
To raise the assessed valuation on
wagons and carriages: In Albin 40
per cent, in Burnstown 100, in Leaven
worth 30, in Linden 15, in Milford 100,
in Mulligan 30, in North Star 100, in
Bashaw 40, in Cottonwood 30.
To raise the assessed valuation on
sewing machines: in Sleep)' Eye 2 per
cent, in Springfield 6, in Albin 25* inof
Burns 33, in Cottonwood 25, in Home
9, Lake Hanska 4, Linden 10, Milford
100, North Star 55, Stark 2.
To raise the assessed valuation on
watches and clocks: Albin 30 per cent,
Burns 25, Home 10, Lake Hanska 100,
Leavenworth 10, Milford 100, Mulligan
100, North Star 100, Prairieville 30,
Stark 3.
Also to raise on melodians and oi
srans: New Ulm 60 per cent, Sleepy
Eye 4, Springfield 40, Aloin 250. Also
to raise on piano lortes: in New Ulm
60 per cent. Also to raise on agricul
tural implements and machinery: Al
bin 35 per cent, Bashaw 40, Burns 50,
Lake Hanska 25, Leavenworth 50, Lin
den 150, Milford 375, Mulligan 100,
North Star 45, Prairieville 50, Sigel 35,
Stately 80, and to reduce the same item
in Cottonwood 40 per cent, in Eden 30,
in Home 10.
To raise the assessed valuation on
household and office furniture: in Albin
20 per cent, in Lake Hanska 20, Burns
60, Eden 10, Home 50, Leavenworth 60,
Linden 300, Milford 80, Springfield 20,
North Star 20, Prairieville 60, Sigel 50,
and to reduce the same in Stark 30, and
in Stately 60.
On motion it was agreed to raise the
assessed valuation on the Van Dusen
Elevators: in New Ulm 75 per cent,
in Sleepy Eye 50.
On motion the Board adjourned.
JPLY 22,1885.
MORNING SESSIONThe Board met
pursuant to adjournment at 9 o'clock.
All present. On motion it was agreed
to raise the assessed valuation of S. D.
Peterson on machinery in New Ulm
and Sleepy Eye 25 per cent,also on ma-*
chinery oiChas.J.Russell in Sleepy Eye
100 per cent
Also to raise the assessed valuation of
Bingham, Peter Scherer and Jos. Vogel
on lumber, in the city of New Ulm 33}
per cent.
On motion it was agreed to raise the
assessed valuation of Herman Kiesling
on manufactured articles 100 per cent,
and also on all the property not enclosed
in the foregoing items 125 per cent.
On motion the auditor was instructed
to enter upon the separate tax lists for
taxation ail mortgages entered by the
register of deeds and not previously re
leased.
Also to raise the assessed valuation
of Fred Boock, New Ulm. on manufac
tured articles 100 per cent and on man
ufacturer's tools, implements and ma
chinery, 20 per cent also to raise H.H.
Buessman, New Ulm, on goods and
merchandise 10 per cent and Chas.
Wagner, New Ulm, on household and
office furniture 100 per cent.
On motion the minutes were ordered
read and approved.
On motion the board adjourned un
till 2 o'clock p. m., Tuesdav, July 28,
1885.
""*"r"~
ATJG WESTPHAL,
Attest: ^.Chairman.
Room moulding for hanging pio^,res
at Chas. Wagners*
BARTHOLDtni BIG CIRC.
T&e Prejudices Met By a Canvasser
the Pedestal Fund.
The Bartholdi pedestal fund is nearly
complete. The statue has arrived and
soon New York harbor will be graced
by the most magnificent colossal statue
the world has ever seen.
"Liberty Enlightening the World!"
What a priceless blessing personal li
Derty is. It is the shrine at whiclf
people, ground under the heel of ty
ranny in the older worlds,, worship
with a fervency that Americans can
scarcely realize it is a principle for
which Nihilists willingly die the death
of dogs andfitand proper it is that
at the very entrance of the Bay of New
York this emblematic statue should
flash a welcome to the world.
The press is entitled to the credit of
this achievement Mr. Philip Beers,
who has been making a circuity of the
country on. behalf of the Pedestal fund,
says that the fund will certainh be
raised, as the World does not know the
fail.
Mr. Beers says that he has found the
most pronounced generosity anion*
those of foreign birth. They seem
more appreciative of liberty than
do our native born Moreover,
among some a strange prejudice seems
to exist
"Prejudice?' In what particular3*'
"I have ever found that however
meritorious a thing may be, thousands
of people will inevitable be prejudiced
against it I have spent most of niv
life on the road and I know the Ameri
can people 'like a book.' In 1879 a
personal misfortune illustrated this
prevailing prejudice. I was very ill,
had suffered for several ears" with
headache, iickle appetite, dreadful
backache, cramps, hot head, cold hands
and teet and a general break down of
the system. I dragged mj self back to
New York, seeking the best profession
al treatment. It so happens that among
my relatives is a distinguished phys
cian who upbraided me roundly "for
preaching so much about rus own case.
Finnallv, with some spnit, I remarked
to him:
'"Sir, you know that much of jour
professional wisdom is pretense. You
are controlled by prejudice. You
cannot reach a case like mine and you
know it. can you?""
"I had him and he finally conceded
the point, for it was bright's disease of
the kidneys which had prostrated me,
and the schoolmen admit they jjcannot
enre it. Having cured myself, howev
er, in 1879, and not having seen a sick
day since, my relative finally admitted
that Warner's safe cure, which accom
plished this result, was really a wonder
ful preparation. Had President Butter,
the Central-Hudson used it, I am
certain he would be alive to-day, for he
could not have been in a worse condi
than I was."
"I have found similar prejudices a
mong all classes concerning even so
laudable a scheme as the pedestal
fund."
Mr. Beers"s experience and the re
cent death of President Butter, of the
Central-Hudson railtoad, of an extreme
kidney disorder, proves that the phjsi
cians have no real power over such dis
eases, and indicates the only course
one should pursue if, as the late Dr.
Willard Parker saj-s, headache, sick
ness of the stomach, dropsical swel
lings, back ache, dark and offensive
fluids, prematurely impaired ej esight,
loss of strength and energj' occur, for
they unmistakably indicate a fatal re
sult, if not promptly arrested.
"Yes, sir-ee, every cent needed for
the pedestal will be raised. Of course
it will be a great triumph for theare
World, but would it not have been an
eternal disgrace had our people failed
to provide for this pedestal?"
By the storm of July 4th, in the town
offct.Joseph,Stearns"countj\ the crops
in a strip of country three miles wide,
running north and south, were almost
totally destroyed by hail, and great
damages was also done by wind. Seri
ous injury by hail and storm is also
reported to have been done in the vicin
ity of Pleasant lake.
Hay Fever is a type of catarrh having
peculiar symptoms. It is attended by
an inflamed condition of the linin"
membrane of the nostrils, tear-ducts
and throat, affecting the lungs. An
acrid mucus is secreted, the discharge
is accompanied with a bunting sensa
tion. There are severe spasms of
sneezing, frequent attacks of headache,
watery and inflamed eyes. Ely's Cream
Balm is a remedy founded on a correct
diagnosis of this disease and can be
depended upon. 50 cts. at druggists
or by mail. Send for circular. Elv
Bros., Druggists. Owego, N. Y.
For several yaars I have suffered
greatly from periodical returns of Hay
Fever. At the suggestion of Covert &
Cheever, Druggists, I obtained Elv's
Cream Balm and used a portion of it
during a severe -attack. I can cheer
fully testify as to the immediate and
continued relief obtained by its use. I
heartily recommend it to those suffer
ing from this or kindred? complaints
(Rev.) H. A. SMITH, Clinton. Wis.
The Guardian, published at Adrian,
Nobles, county, says "A number of
cases o| glandersaltogether too many
for the peace and comfort of our farm
er friends are reported as existing in
the surrounding country. Sanator
Crosby went up to St. Paul Thursday
and will try and have an experienced
veterinary surgeon sent down here by
the state board ot health to investigate
the matter*
WHOLE NUMBER, 394.
S
a
CITIES.
simple trial
A Life Saving Present.
Mr-
at Hutchinson, SN.dE.JiAllison,
3
lif
bottle of Dr.Kmg's New Discovery for
consumption, which caused him to
procure a large bottle which complete
ly cured him when doctors, change of
climate and everythmgelse had failed
Asthma, bronchitis, Hoarseness, sel
vere coughs, and all throat and km*
diseases it is guaranteed to cure5
Trial bottles fiee at Chas. L. Roos'
drug store. Large sice SI.00.
Recently during a storm atSt.Cloud.
lightning struck a brick store in which
there was a keg powder, which explod
ed and blew up the building. Fortun
ately there were no persons in the
building at the time.
BTeTer Give Bp
If ou are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite general
debility disordeied bleod, weak constitu
tion headache, or anv disease of a bilh
ous nature, by all means procure a bot
tle of Electric Bitters. You will be sur
prised to see the rapid improvement
that will tollow you will be inspired
with new lite strength and activitj will
return pain and rciaery will cease, and
henceforth you will reioice in the praise
pf Electric Bitters. Sold at fiftv cent* a
bottle bv C. L. Roos.
Au unknown person entered several
dajs ago a farm house near Victoria in
this county, and began to smash and
break everything he could get a hold
ot. The inmates were driven out of
the house and the mad-man threatened
to shoot everyone who would venture
to come near. The farmer went to
Chaska to call an officer for help re
turning he found that the intruder had
gone, taking with him a suit of clothes
and several minor things. There is
sometimes a method bein mad
Carver Free fr-esa.
Buckler, Arnica Salve
The best salve in the world foi Cuts
Biuises, Soro, Ulceis, Salt Rheum
Fever sores, Tetter, chapped Hands
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
payreqiured. It is guaranteed to giv
periect satisfaction, or money refunde
ed. Price 25 cents per box. bold by C.
L. Roos.
Population of
sot a
Leading
Cities
Minue-
St. Paul and Minneapolis are still
footing up their census returnseach
trj ing to outcount the otherbut most
of the other cities of prominence in the
State have completed their census enu
merations, with the following results
1885.
Winona
Austin
1880. in.g
18,000
7,871 6,450
5,314 5,217 4,700 4,360 4,083 3,367 3,335
3,272 2,800
2,504
Rochester Fergus Falls
Anoka. St. Cloud
St. Peter
Albert Lea
New Ulm...
Owatonna
10,298
5,550 5,415 5,101 1,635 2,766 2,462 S,463 ^966
$470 &161
2,596 2,305
7,702 2,325 1,035
213
3,582 1,934 1,898
620
1,401
860
111 204
199
Both Owatonna and Lake- City lead
New Ulm in 1880. Fergus-Falls" shows
the most remarkable increase. From a
citj of 1,635 in 1880, she now looms up
with 5.217, an increase of 3,582 in fi\e
years. We doubt whether another city
in the State will show a similar propor
tionate increase. When the returns
all in it will be found that New Ulm
is the fifteenth or sixteenth city in size
in the State, about the- same position
she held five years ago.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PROBATE NOTICE.
State of Minnesota, County of Brown, s- I
Probate Court, Special Term, July 21t, 1885.
In the matter ot the estate of Frederick Peter
son deceased
Whereas, an mdtmwent in writme, purporting
to be the last will and testament of Frederick
Peterson deceased3 late ot aid County, has been
delivered to this Coapt
And Whereas, Paul Frederick Anderson has.
filed therewith his petition, representing among
other things that aaid Frederick Peterson died in.
said County on the 17tt day orMarch.1881, testatej.
and that said petitioner is the sole executor
named said last will and testament, and pray
ing tht the said instrument may be admitted to
probate, and that letters testamentary be to him
issued thereon,.
It is ordered that the proofs of said instrument,
and the said petition, be heard before, this Court,
at the Probate Office in said County, on Sat nrday
the 89th day of August A. O 1885, at 10 o'clock in.
the forenoon, when all concerned may appear
and contest the probate of said instrument,
And it is. Further Ordered,, that public noace
of the time and place of said hearing be giyen to
all person interested, by publication of these
orders for three weeks successhely previous to
said day of hearing, in the New Ulm Review a
newspaper printed and p*blihed at the City of
New (Jlat in said County.
By the Court. ERNST BRANDT,
(L. S.) Judge of Probate
NOTICE
OF
EXAMINATIONS OF TEACHERS.
Public examinations of teachers and
for teachers of the County of Brown
will be held on the following days at
the following places:
New Ulm, at the Courthouse, August
30th and &Lst,1885%
Sleepy Eye, at the Public School
house,. Sept. 3d and 4th, 1885.
Springfield, at the Public School
house, Sept 5th and 6th, 1885.
The examinations will commence at
the named places at precisely 9 o'clock
A* M.
Prompt attendance is solicited.
New TJlm, July 17th. 1885.
J. B, VEUKANJE,
Co. SUDt

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