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NEW ULM, MINN.
JOS. BOBLETER, Editor Proprietor.
Wednesday, January 27, 1886.
Thirty-tive, and probably forty-fire,
miners lost their lives last Thursday by
an explosion of fire damp, in the shaft
of the Oriel Coal company, at New
burg, W. Va.
An explosion of a locomotive boiler
in the round house at Madison, Wis.,
eccurred last Friday night, causing the
4eath of one man and terribly injuring
The State Agricultural Society held
its annual meeting yesterday at the
State caDital. The editor of the REVIEW
went down as the representative of the
Brown County Agricultural Society,
The President has approved the Presi
dential succession bill, and in the event
of Cleveland's death during the next
three years the Secretary of State, and
not the vice president pro. tern, of the
Senate, becomes President of the Unit
An Ohio paper la)s considerable
stress upon the fact that plowing has
been done in that vicinity this present
January. Well, now, come to think,
plowing has been going on every day
right here in Minnesota, but steam is
the motive agent.
The U. S. troops guarding Gen.
Grant's tomb have been withdrawn and
returned to Fort Hamilton. The recent
cold weather was too severe on the men
and several had their hands and feet
frozen while on duty. The city police
will henceforth have charge of River
side Park and Gen. Grant's tomb.
The Ohio Senate is in a very peculiar
deadlock. The four Hamilton county
members hold the balance of power.
The Republican lieutenant governor
recognizes the Republican contestants,
giving that party control. When the
senate adjourns, the Democratic presi
dent pro. tern, calls it together, recog
nizes the Democrats from Cincinnati,
and has a Democratic Senate.
The recent cold wave was even more
severe in Wisconsin than in Southwest
ern Minnesota. Reports from several
Wisconsin towns show that on Friday
night mercury endeavored to get out at
the bottom of the tube. Mahtona re
ported 42 below zero, and quite a num
ber reported 40 below. Even in Chica
go mercury went down to 24 below
zero, the lowest point reached there
thus far this winter.
Patents granted to citizens of Minne
sota on Jan. 12, 1886, and reported ex
pressly for the "Review" by C. A.
Snow & Co. Patent lawyers, Opp. U. S.
Patent Office, Washington, D. C. T.
Carney, St. Paul, self registering cash
box H. A.Larson,Minneapolis, wrench
W. S. Morton, St. Paul, automatic
draw-bridge gate J. E. Whitman,
Spring Valley, ink well cover.
Senator Voorhees" bill to admif
Washington Territory has been favor
ably reported by the Senate committee,
and it will be likely to pass that body,
coupled with the Dakota admission bill.
If both territories are admitted both
political parties will be equal gainers,
Washington territory being considered
as surely Democratic as Dakota is Re
It is reported that Gen. 1\ L. Rosser,
an ex-Confederate of considerable re
nown, is the coming man for the Aus
trian mission. Rosser resides in Min
neapolis, Minn., about one-third of the
year, and in Virginia most of the re
maining two-thirds. A bill to remove
his political disibilities so as to make
him eligible to hold office passed the
House Saturday and his nomination by
the President to the position named
will soon be in order.
Miss Minnie Dishner, Nebraska's
sleeping beauty, recovered conscious
ness on the sixty-seventh day of her
'sleep. The girl tell into the trance Oct.
6 last. Since then she has lain to all
appearance a lifeless being, with the
exception of respiration and pulsation.
When Miss Dishner awoke her mind
was apparently clear and unimpaired.
Her appetite and general feelings were
good, but her arms and legs were
parahzed. She says that she was con
scious during the whole time of her
protracted trance but, although she
*|p exerted her utmost power to evince her
^consciousness, she could not move a
f^single muscle. She says she had no
fC physical pain until the fortieth day of
Holier sleep, when an electric battery was
Sgapplied. Since then she has suffered a
I ppthousand agonies of body, and at times
it seemed as though her mind would
'give way under the strain, and she now
complains of terrible physical sufferings
in consequence of the shock to her sys
tem. The doctor in attendance says,
however, that she will recover in a
short time, and will regain full use to
The lower house of Congress has
adopted the resolution to enquire into
the* dismissal of ex-Union soldiers from
the Norfolk navv vard.
A Democratic exchange has it from
"inside" sources that the Farmers Alli
ance will nominate a full State ticket
next fall, and that ex-Speaker Gibbs
will head the ticket. Of course this
would be water on the Democratic
mill, as they can only hope to succeed
in the State at large through defection
in the Republican ranks. But then
Mr. Gibbs is just now engaged in lay
ing plans to capture Jhe Republican
gubernatorial nomination. and the
Democrats must look elsewhere for an
"The democratic house of Ohio voted
to unseat the nine democratic members
fraudulently returned from Cincinnati.
This is a remarkble action and quite
Tileie you are mistaken, Graham.
The lower house of the Ohio legisla
ture had a Republican majority before
the nine Hamilton county Democrats
were bounced. The millennium will
have come when a Democratic legisla
ture will vote to unseat one of their
party, no matter how fraudulently re
Senator Wilson, of Iowa, has intro
duced in the U. S. Senate a bill 'provid
ing that the postage on all matter of
the fourth-class transported in the mails
shall be at the rate of two cents for
each ounce or fractional part thereof.
It is now one cent an ounce. This af
fects, among other things, merchan
dise, samples of ore, metals, seeds and
photographs. If the bill should pass,
rates on those articles would be 32
cents a pound,instead of 16 cents, as at
present. The consequence would be
that most of those commodities would
go by express, and the object of
the bill, which is to increase postal
revenues, would be defeated.
The Democratic administration is
getting into office some nice men to
look after the pensions of ex-Union sol
diers. Davis, who has been appointed
pension agent at Philadelphia, three
years after the war published a book,
written by a man named Barbierre, in
defense of Jeff Davis and Wirz, of Lib
by prison infamy. In the book, Lin
coln, Grant and other men who fought
to save the Union, are reviled in the
most shameful manner and indecent
epithets are applied to them. Gen.
Logan has obtained a copy of the book
and will read several chapters for the
edification of the Senate, when Davis'
name comes up for confirmation.
Report comes from Owatonna that a
revivalis named Brown last Wednesday
prayed with Mrs. H. Gramps for her
recovery, she having been confined to
her bed for over six weeks with gastric
fever and other ailments, having been
an invalid over a year, and suffering
from consumption. After prayer she
arose and ate a hearty dinner, the first
in many days, and in the evening at
tended the meetings, mounted the ros
trum, related her experience and ad
monished all to,faccept Christ," who
could cure soul and body. Great inter
est is being taken in this faith cure, and
the revivalist is now praying for the re
covery of Mrs. Austin, who has been
bed-ridden for over six vears.
Story of a Pin.
The Saturday after Christmas, a little
package, wrapped in a Toledo Blade
newspaper, and directed to Mrs. J. N.
Wheat, of Austin Minn., reached its
destination. Upon opening, a lady's
fine hem-stitched handkerchif, with a
tiny brooch fastened upon its folds, lay
before the astonished gaze. Quick as
thought, memory turned backward in
her flight a period of over forty years,
when that pin, so tenderly cared for,
nestled upon a cushion on the bureau
of Miss Julia Cook's private room in
her home in New York state. This lit
tle brooch was an heirloom, and highly
valued as such. It first belonged and
was worn by a brother of Mrs. Cook,
when she was about sixteen yearsrold
as a keepsake of her dead brother.
Over fifty years ago she gave it to her
daughter, Julia, (now Mrs. Wheat,)
and as before stated, it was taken from
her over forty years ago, and twenty
years from the day that Mrs. Stephan
Cook died, this pin came back to its
rightful owner without a mark or line
to tell the story of its wanderings.
Northwestern Dairymen's Vssocia
TWENTIETH ANNUAL CONVENTION.
The Twentieth Annual Convention
of the Northwestern Dairymen's Asso
ciation will be held at the Opera House
in the City of Beloit, Wisconsin, com
mencing Tuesday, February 16th, and
continuing four days. This association,
the largest in membership of any or
ganization of the kind in the United
States, has become famous on account
of the exceeding gieat value of its
yearly conventions in bringing to the
front the best dairy thought of the
times. It comprises in its membership
some of the most noted and successful
dairymen in the northwest. The addre
ses forged from the close practical ex
perience of those men, and the discus
sions, which follow, invariably bring
out a multitude of valuable truths for
the instruction of those that listen.
Every man who is wrestling with the
problem of ""how to make the cow
pay," should attend this convention.
Beloit is situated in Southern Wiscon
sin on the Madison Division of the O
& N. W. R'y and the icine & S. W.
Division of the C. M. & St. P. R'y. Re
duced railroad fare will be afforded to
all who attend and become members of
A very interesting program has been
prepared, embracing in the subjects
discussed all branches of t-ie dairy
question. Full opportunity for the ex
hibition of Dairy Machinery will be af
forded and breeders of dairy cattle are
invited to attend the convention and
exhibit selections from their neids.
W. D. HOARD, Pres.,
Ft, Atkinson, Wis.
R. P. MCGLIKCI. 8ed
Chas. L. Roos wishes to siate that be
has at last found an article he can seil
on its merits. It is witn pleasure ne
guarantees to the public Acker's Eng
lish Remedy as a sure and never fail
ing cure for Asthma, Coughs, Whoop
ing Cough, croup, ami all'Lung Trou
bles. It is the standard remedy tor
Consumption. He has never found its
Chas. L. Roos wishes to make an as
sertion, which he can bacK with a posi
tive guarantee. It is all about Acker's
Blood Elixir. He claims for it superior
merits over all other remedies of its
kind, and guarantees for it a positive
and sure cure for Rheumatism, Syphil
lis, and all blood disorders. It frees
the skin from spots and disease, and
leaves the complexion clear. Ask him
Credit is due the German women and
physicians for first using Red Clover
blossoms as a medicine. Best results
are obtained when combined with oth
er medicinal roots and herbs, as in
Dr. Jone's Red Clover Tonic, which is
the best known remedy for all blood
diseases, stomach and liver troubles,
pimples, costiveness, bad breath plies,
ague and malaria diseases, indigestion,
los of appette, low spirits, headache,
and all diseases of the kidneys. Drug
The best on earth, can truly be said
of Grigas' Glycerine Salve, which is a
sure, safe and speedy cure for cuts,
bruises, scalds, burns, wounds and all
other sores. Will positively cure piles,
tetter and all skin eiuptions. Try this
wonder healer. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded. Oniy25 cents.
Sold by druggists.
Preachers and Teachers,
Why will you suffer with sore throat,
a cough or exhausted vocal organs,
when you can obtain relief and comfort,
by the use of Dr. X. Stone's Bronchial
Wafers. Pure, pleasant, safe and sure.
Throw prejudice aside, and try them.
Sample free. Address,
STONE MEDICINE CO., Quincy, 111.
State of Minnisota, County of Brown, ss In
In the matter of the estate of Ingbort Johnson
On reading and filing the petition of dames C.
Johnson of Brown county representing, among
other things, that Ingbort Johnson late of saia
connty of Brown on the 8th day of April A D.
1885, at Prairieville in said county died intestate,
and being an inhabitant of this County at the time
of her death, leaving goods, chattels an'l estate
within this connty, and that the said petitioner is
a son ot said deceased, and praying tnat admini
stration of said estate be to him granted: It is
ordered, that said petition be heard before the
Judge of this court, on Friday the 12th dav of
February A. 1886, at 10 o'clock a at the
probate office in said county
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given to
the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons in
terested, by publishing copy of this order for
three successive weeks prior to said day of hear
ing, in the New Ulm Rewew i weekly newspaper
printed and published at the City of New Ulm in
DAted at New Ulm the 13th dij of January A.
Bj the Court,
(L. S ERNST BRANDT,
Feb 4 Judge of Piobate
A Mare Chance to Secure
The undersigned offers for sale, AT
A BARGAIN, Lot No. 14, in Block No.
67 North, in the city of New Ulm. This
is a corner lot, situated in a desirable
portion of the business part ot the city.
On it area one and a half story brick
building, suitable for store or saloon
purposes a one and a halt story frame
dwelling, with six rooms a brick sta
ble, large enough to house twenty hors
es, and is well adapted for a livery
stable. I will also sell one span of
good horses, set of harnesses, platform
spring wagon, lumber wagon, light
sleigh and riding saddle and bridle.
Also my saloon fixtures and stock of
liquors. All the properly is in good
condition. For terms etc. write or call
On JOS. SCHNEIDEPw
Free from Opiates, Emetics and JPoison
SAFE. SURE. PROMPT.
AT DEUQOISTS AND DEALEBS.
THE CHARLES A. VOUE1ER CO, BALTMOEE, SD.
W Will AT mceema.ua DEALERS
THE CHARLES A. YOSELKR CO,AJ.TI*ORE,HB
CSAS. $.* MQ0B,
(Successor to Jos. Bobleter*
READY MIXED PAINT.
A complete Stock of Roots, Herbs,
Barks and Patenc Medicines always
PROMPT ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS.
Postoffice Block. NEW ULM,
I, GALLAGHER. L. G. DAVIS
ATIORNEYS AT LAW,
Collections, Loans, Insurance &
SLEEPY EYE, MINN.
FRESH AND CANNED
FRtTITS. ft SERVED IN
I O I O EVERY STYLE.
HOT COFFEE AT ALL HOURS.
\Choice Havana Cigar 8^%
and everythirg else belonging to a
fje^tkurent ^nd Confectionary.
New Ulm, Minn.
A. GAUEUKE. J. C. ZIESKE.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, AND
BAHK BLOCK, SLEEPY EYE, MINN.
Goodssold at Bock bottomprices.
And it wa written the Book of Life,
Use SHARP'S BLACK I*K as you go thro' life,
Keeping your accounts in black and white,
With stranger and friend alike.
As years go by your memory will fade away,
But SHARP'S BLACK INK the OLD RELIABLE,
Gets blacker and blacker the older it grow s.
Sold all the world over by Stationers,Book
sellers. Druggists and dealers generally
Manufactured only by
J. 0. Sharp, Eogers Park. Chicago.
[Nov 3 '86]
HA RD HARE, TIN WA RE A ND
The Celebrated White, Howe,
New American & Singer
Cor Mint. & 1st.a Sts., New Ulm. MINN.
Pure Bred Poultry.
Langshans, Light Brahmas
Dark Brahmas, Houdans,
Buff Cochins, Partridge
Cochins, Brown Leghorns,
White Leghorns, Plymouth
Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
MOWERY & HEEDEMAN,
NEW ULM, MINN.
efy, Ifrn\$ $, etrf,
GOOD TABLE BUTTER.
New Brick,Cor. Minn. & Centre Sirs.,
/f NEW ULM, MINN. ^?i
Goods sold at Rock-bottom prices for
cash.1 Goods delivered ia -any part of
$teel a.id Ifoq Wki'e
in general also a special large stock
of Caipenters' Tools and Agncultural
Implements. A complete stock of the
newest and best constructed Guns and
Revolveisof the most approved pat
terns also ammunition ind sportmen's
goods of all descriptions.
In connection therewith is a complete
under the management of Hermann
Beussmann, who will take pleasure iii
waiting upon all customers in want of
anything in the harness or saddlery
DEALER I N
Ladies' and Gent's
rUENISHINGGOODS, at lower prices than can be obtained elsewhere.
Call in and examine our stock and prices.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE,
Four prize will be secured, our success assured and
your trade procured, because an Investigation of our
Bargains will excite your Admiration, lead to a Xego-
tiation and result in your immense Gratification.
A BIG BARGAIN!
that will interest and please you, now awaits yon in
of Boots, shoes, Rubbers,
Slippers, etc. Styles New!
Goods the Best! Prices the
The Leading Boot and Shoe Merch.
MINN. ST., NEW ULM, MINX
Our War Cry is Bocts and Shoes.
'TIS NOT IN MORTALS TO COMMAND SVCCESS: BUT
WE'LL DO MORE WE'LL DESERVE IT.
Ten Minutes is not a very long time, but it is .suffi-
cient for us to convince yon that we have
TO OFFER EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD THAT
WISHES TO SAVE MONEY. A VISIT TO OI'R STORE AND
AN INSPECTION OF GOODS WILi, RESULT IN YOUR
FRANKLIN H. HOUGH,
Solicitor of American onion Jaitajs.
925 Street, S. W.
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prosecution* of apDlwation^ Preparatioatnte
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