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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY I BRANDT & WEDDENDORF. OFFICE OVER CITY DRUGSTORE. TERMS $1.50 per year in advance. p|R. A. MARDBN* RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and lat X. Street*. NEW ULM, MINN. Taeth exttncted without pain by the nse of ritaliaed air or nitrons oxide gas. TV B. C. BERRY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office Meridian Block, over Olsen's Drug Store, New Ulm, Minn. Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. J)R. C. W. McFADDEN, IDerrtist,, Meridian Block, New Ulm, Minn. I Teeth extracted without pain by the aid of Laughing gas. Office over F.Kuetzing's Store. JJR. STRICKLER, .8 V I tilts ii I fttftt!e Oflice over Beussmau's Hardware Store. NEW ULM, MINN. 1,1 Telephone Connections. 11 1 GOTHENBURG, 'I ysician and Surgeon, it er Koehler's Barber Shop. Jim, Minn. MKE & SCHAPEKAHM, ^nt'er3 Builders and Contractors. NtWULM, MINN. .3 and plans made to order and on all work furnished and faithfully executed. I /A. C. O-OHS, i \tractor and Builder, ItfEw ULM, MINN. Designs ms.dc to order and estimates on all work in my line furnished. Contractor and Builder, Special attention given to mason rk in the city and country. JTew Ulm, Minn. 7ienna Ba.Jk.3r3r, August Prauss, Prop. linn. St., New Ulm, Minn. Breakfast-rolls, bread and cake de Tored everv morning. OIIN LlND. A. CHAGBF.RO. LIND & HAGBERG, orneys andCounselors at Law. Attend to Suits in ail the State &JU. S. Courts. Special Attention Paid to Collections GERMAN AND SCADINAYIAN LAN- GUAGES SPOKEN. NEW ULM, MINN. JOS- A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney and Counselor 4 AtLa-w. Titles examined and perfected. Particular attention given to collec tions l3F"Offlceover Brown Co. Bank. NEW ULM. MINN. DAKOT A HOUSE, OPP. POST OFFICE NEW ULM, MINN ADOLPH SEITER, Prop'r. This house is the most centrally lo cated house in the city and affords good SampleRooms. v8tig.jfehell, 1 1 BEEWEH.MLTSTER&BOTTLER. JfiiWt/I(M. W This brewery is one of ihelarzost,establishment* af the kfn in the Minnesota Valley and is fitted ip with all tee modem improvements. Ktm and ottle beer tarnished to any parr of the city on 4or5 aotice. My bottlebeer especially adapted 01 family use. Country brewers and others that bay malt will tad tt to their interest to place theii orders with ne. All orders by mall will receive my prompt at atioa. I AUG.SCHELL f- g, A* SUBW.JA, Agen for MADLEMER,t Chicago, III Importer of WINES AND LIQUORS, it ^Warranted Genuine Goods, at Low t Prices. Wholesale and retail. V. gjtats bottled beer always on haiuL lESLING79BLOCK9 New. Ulm, Mil*. [Official.]' County Commissioners Proceedings. JANUARY SESSION 1887. Tuesday morning January 4th 1887. The Board of County Commissioners elected at the General election Nov. 2. 1886E. G. Koch, "Nicholas Gulden, Anton Manderfeld and Herman Feunr stein being present and having qual ified took their seats and proceeded to business on choosing E. G. Koch chair man. H. M. Ball, Comm. of the 4th District having not yet arrived. On motioD, the petition of Friedrich Schwede of Burnstown for abatement and refundment of personal property taxes on $700 wrongfully assessed was recommended to the State Auditor. On motion, the following preamble and resolution was considered and a greed upon: Whereas, at the last gene ral election, the act embraced in Chapt. 186 of the Special Laws of 1885 relating to the support of the poor by the several towns, villages and cities of Brown County, Minn., was submitted to the le gal voters of said county for approval or rejection and 119 votes were cast in fa vor thereof and none against the same and Whereas, said law took effect by reason of the provisions thereof on Jan uany 1st 1887. Therefore resolved, that th County Auditor issue no more poor orders to the several persons on poor list of said County of Brown, Minn. On motion the Board adjourned to 2 o'clock P. M, Afternoon Session.The board met pursuant to adjournment at 2 o'clock. H. M. Ball, the member from the 4th District, having arrived, took his seat. All present. On motion, the board approved tha order setting off Lorenz Girg from School District No. 46 to School District No. 63 and ordered the same to be:re corded in full. \-$^.Z::*: On motion agreed to grant petition of T. G. Sawyer and others altering the boundaries of School District No. 42 and 63 and a hearing is hereby ordered on the 13th day of June 1887. On motion agreed, that when the board adjourns, they will adjourn to the 13th ^ay of June A. P. 1887 at 10 o'clock a. m. On motiDn agreed, that the petition of Albert Pretzer of Eden to be set oft from School District No. 18 to Schooi District No. 35 be granted a hearing on the 13th day of June- 1887. In the matter of a Judicial District road, laid between the counties of Brown and Redwood by Judge Webber of this Judicial District, it was on mo tion agreed to pay the share of the ex pense allotted to Brown County forth with. On motion agreed, that M. H. Haynes of Mankato furnish the county 2 maps at $13 apiece, colored in School dis tricts instead of Towns, and in other re spects exactly like his late Township Map of Brown county. On motion, the followiug resolution was agreed ti wit: Resolved, that it is the unanimoBS opinion of all the mem bers of the Board of County Commis sioners, that She present poor law is de trimental to me poor o this county and will undesignedly work more hard ships than the Stale law, and in our opinion the law aright to be repealed at once. On motion tiie report of C. Ahlness and A. Manderfeld to examine into proposed change of New Ulm and Lakfl Road was agreed to and the change or dered. r^':|te|S|5^^,^. On motion, ttye qualification to office of the Superintendent of Schools was read, approved jand placed on file. On motion th^ reports of the sheriff clerk of Court aid Register of Deeds as to annual fees received, were read, proved and placed on file. On motion the'report of the Grand Jury was read atjd considered. '-iJ On motion the (Board adjourned to 9 o'clock a. m. to morrow. Wednesday Jantuary 5thfl887. Morn ing session. The^board'met pursuant to adjournment at|9 o'clock. All pres ent. On motion, the board proceeded to select 72 suitable citizens of the county to serve as Grand Jurors am! 72, suita ble citizens to serve as Petit Jurors, at terms of the District Court during the year, fr^^i fit *$& !$* On motion agreed that the report of Peter Mertz regarding the poor farm be accepted and thai his bill of $9.00 for attending the threshing and hauling the grain to the market, also one days service at Larrabee bridge is hereby al lowed. On motion, the o'clock p. m. Afternoon Session., The board met & pursuant to adjournment at 2 o'clock p. m. HHi*k VOLUME NO. 2. NEW ULM BROWN COUNTY, MINN., WEDNESDAY, JAN 12, 1887.**&?*% ap- adjourned to 2 On motion the petition of Peter Schmitz for abatement and refundment of taxes on $75 for structure, wrongful ly assessed on Lot 9 Block 71, New Ulm, north, is hereby recommended^to the State Auditor. On motion the bonds of the newly elected County Auditor, Treasurer, Sheriff, Clerk of Court, Surveyor and Coroner were examined and approved. John B. Sellmid having withdrawn as Security from the bond of F. H. Dyckman, banker of Sleepy Eye, as to County deposits, it is hereby ordered and decreed that John B. Schmid is held liable until anew bond is received from F. H. Dyckman in the same a atnount, and the County Auditor shall notify him of that fact. On motion agreed, that petition' of Herbert Hillesheim of Sigel to be set off from Scuool District 0. 68 to School District No. 6 is hereby granted a hearing on the 13th day of June 1887. On motion agreed, that all county li quor licenses granted after the 1st day of January 1887 shall be at the rate of $50 00 per year payable in advance and before liceuse is granted, the applicant shall give bond for the lawful keeping of his place in the sum of $500 with one or more sureties. On motion agreed'to grant the appli cation of James C. Johnson to sell malt and spiritous liquors at Hanson Station in the town of Praineville, Brown coun ty Minn. He to pay license at the rate of $25 a year from Oct. 15th 1886 to* January 1st 1887, after last-named date he to pay at the rate of $50 per annum.^# On motion agreed, that hereafter ad county liquor licenses shail expire on the first day of May. Tiie petition of Anton Hoffmann and others for. the formation of a new School District out of part of the terri tory of Schools District No. 10 could not be considered on account of same being deficient. On motion, the board adjourned to 9 o'clock to morrow. Morning Session, Thursday Jan. 6th 1887.Tne board met pursuant to ad journment at 9 o'clok a. m. Absent A. Manderfeld. On motion agreed that the Judge of Probate procure for his offiee a *blanfc case not to exceed in cost price the sum of twenty-five dollars. On motiou agreed, that the Auditor is hereby requested to find out the esti mated cost of repairs in and about the Register of Deeds office and vault and report at the next session to the board of County Commissioners. Oa motion agreed, that bids are re ceived at the auditors office by the 1st day of obruary 1887 for 11,000 feet of whitfj oak bridge plunks, 16 fees long and 3 inches thick, and also for 30 cords of green hard wood, all to be de livered near the Courthouse. And Commissioner E. G. Koch and Nicho las Gulden and the county Auditor are hereby appointed a committee to open said bids, and they may reject any or all at their pleasure. On motion agreed, that each county Commissioner is hereby appointed a committee to inspect and to have re paired if necessary the county bridges or bridges in his district On motion the report of the county Auditor in regard to the re-letting of certain portions of the drain in the Towns of Prairieville and Eden, un completed, was read, considered and placed on file. On motion, the report of Dr. Kaula, physicion of the 1st district was read, approved and placed on file. On motion, ordered and decreed that the county attorney hereafter shall be paid the sum of seven hundred and fif ty dollars per annum. On motion the board adjourned to 2- o'clock p. m. (To be concluded.) POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. Ay mar ne of parity, strength and whole someness. Mt/e economical than the ordinary kinds, an cannot he esMbr competition with tile mottltoile of low test, short weight, alo phos phate powders. SaUomy ROYAL BAZDVO Watt street. New Next door^io Sqmmer's Store. v*J&&i_ t.iK 1 l^^i^ ^WS% #S aa.1 V^.^ &. CASTORIA for Infants and Children. "CaatorteissowenadaptedtodilldnntlMS I QajfrU eons CoBe, OaeatlpaMoa, Irecommeaditaaauporiortoaayprescripttoo I Stomach, Diairtusa, Kruetation, known to me." H. A. AOTO, M.D., I UsJgenM, gams sleep, and promotes dl- XJlSo.0*fc*dSt,Brooklrn,u,y, wiSr SHELF HARDWARE, STOVES and CARPENTERS' TOOLS, STEEL AND IRON NAILS, BARB ED WIRE, OILS, PAINTS AND ALL KINDS OF $"&? Machinery AGENT FOR DEERING TWINE BINDERS AND MOWERS, STANDARD MOWERS, ing Engines, MITE YAMS BELO W COST IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR MY SPRING STOCK, I WILL, FOR THE NEXT FOUR WEEKS, CLOSE OUT MY WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF YARNS BELOW COST CUSTOMERS WILL DO WELL TO MAKE PUR CHASE AT ONCE. THIS OFFER IS GOODLONLY FOUR WEEKS. 31 WILL SELL OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK OF y" ?*%f DRY GOODS, 'I CROCKERY, BOOTS & SHOES C.AHD .^A"^ Minnesota Oliief sundi Strei-w- Burn- O fas Qsvravs Coenunr, i $ Fultoo Stmt, v. T. H. HOENBUKG,' Dealer in i HOLLINSWORTH HAY RAKE, MOLINE PLOWS, HARROWS, SEEDERS, BUGGIES, PLATFORM AND LUMBER WAGONS AND THE CELEBRATED DAVIS SEWING MACHINES. IR,epa,ir for above always on iiand.- MEW ULM, MIKTN. W.A.01ding, GEEAT BargainS! '''1V GENEBAL FURNISHING GOOPS SfiO* Oft Otft NEW ULM, MINN. WHOLE NUMBER 470 C. BALTRCSCH. -DEALER IN Dry 6oods^ Hats and Cans, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' Jackets aniDdonna LADIES' AND GENTS' Furnishing Goods, ALSO tl'-t GROCERIES, CROCKERY & GLASSWARE BOOTS AND SHOES, And the very latest patterns in Dress Goods & Trimmlngsl My purchases have been made di rect and for cash, and I am thereby enabled to make the lowest prices. Call and examine my stock and com pare prices before purchiisingr else where. .j... c. BALTttfeear.^ Wn\. 'Gfeb^ejf, N^w ULM, ^MINH, MANUFACTURER OF FINE CIGARS.. (^"Special brands made to order.^^f l&vorvn o. '2BanH C.H.QHADBOURN, President. O. H. BOSS, Cashier. Cor. Minn, and Centre Strs. hi NEW ULM, MINII.^ roilectionsantf all business pertaraiag to kaakist promptly atteaded to. Individual ftesponsibitiy/ $500,000. Eagle Mill Co.?: Manufacturers of EOLLER FLOUR BY THE firadual Reduction Roller System. SEW ULM. MINN. Cheap Cash Store. DEALER IN J* DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, JkUV** HATS, CAPS, GROCERIES. CROCKERY and OILS. Also Musical Instruments nnd WHEELER & WIL SON'S LatestM Improved HE WWG MACH1XMS. Ml Goods Sold at Bottom Prices. NEW ULM, Cor. Minn, and 3d N. Streets, NEW UJM/'Jl MIH. H. Rudolphi, MANTTACTtrBKB OP k, OEALXB XV Boots and Sioes! A large assortment of men's and boys' boots andshoes, and ladies* and children's snots constantly kept on band. Custom work and" repsirinar promptly attended to. 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