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SEW ULM AND VICINITY. TravelersLi Guide. Wii\oi\k>.f)eteff(f( Going East. No 4 Express, 9:46 a m. 2 9 4 0p.m 12 Ac'm 4-50 a. 14 10-30 a m. 16 4-15 Going West. No. 1 Expresn 4:50 a.m. 3 6:00 p.m. 2.5 Ac'm 10.30 a.m. "19 1.45 p.m. Nos 1 and 2 daily. All others daily except Sunday. C. W. H. H^IDEMAX, Agent. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Boots and ShoesH. Loheyde. Rooms for RentW. H. Bonne. PajrLadies of the Turnverein. NoticeBoard of Health. Mortgage SaleJ. Newhart. cts. Children's trimmed hats 50 worth 90 cts., at F. Kuetzing's. Mr. John Prahl will remove to Buffa lo, Wright Co., this week. He will open a hotel at that place. Mrs. John Stindt of this city has been sick for some time, and at present is -very low. The New Ulm Sportsmens' Cub will meet at Hunters Rest next Sunday af ternoon. The front doors of the saloons were closed Sunday. The next thins we shall near off, the back doors will also be closed and then there will be mourning. SCHOOL EDI CATION reprints A. D.'s article on "Teachers' Institutes in Brown Count}," recently published in the REVIEW. Mason Long failed to lecture here Sunday, as advertised. Did he know that the saloons would be closed on that day 9 Dont forget to clean your ards and alleys before May 1. The board of health means business and is not to be trifled with. Chas. Brust has bought the saloon business of E. Schnobench and will re move here with his family in the near future. I wo hundred wagon loads of dead hsh lying on the shore of Long Lake, near St. James, were gathered up and ouried by the Farmers living in the emit} Will we have a base-ball nine this season There is plenty of materia^ here tor several good nines. All that iS necessary is a little agitation. Who will make the start? Mr John Stoekert has about decided to manufacture pressed brick on a large scale in the near future. He has ooujht several blocks of ground and will elect a plant as soon as possible, The Iiunverein has oidered theplant i urot htty shade trees in and around tLdi paik grounds. Quite a number of private Dailies have planted trees dur ing the week and more will do so be" Die tho middle ot May. Two toot ball teams have been or ganized here. Match games will be pl.i\ed once a week. Our physicians are getting their surgnal appliances in shape so thet they can attend to calls at a moment's notice. We have received a number of re plies to the conundrum published last week. None of them gave the correct answer and so we shall be compelled to use up the prizes ourselves. Question "What is the difference between an American Indian and a genuine Irish man Answer ''One smokes a pipe of peace, the other a piece of pipe." The Dakota House baggage team in dulged in a runaway, near the depot, Friday evening. No one was hurt, but a little son of Mrs. Kaschau'p. who was on the wagon at the time, took a tum ble with two sample trunks, luckily fall ing so that none of the tiunks touched him. What has become of the drive-well project We understand that the committee has secured over sixty signa tures. Why not go ahead with the work and trust to luck and the generos ity of our citizens in case there should be any deficiency. The dut season is near at hand and we need water for sprinkling the streets. MINNEAPOLIS SPE CTATOR An im portant 'cycling event of the season for which preparations are now in progress, will be the annual tour of the Minneso ta State Division, which will start from SL Paul, June 20th. The route will be via Fort Snelling, Minnehaha, Minne apolis, Shakopee, Henderson, Le Sueur, St. Peter, New Ulm, Redwood Falls, and Glencoe, occupying five days. The entire expense will not exceed $15. A. M. Welles, of Redwood Falls, is the tour master, and T. H. Merriam of St. Paul, captain of the devision. Farther information can be obtained of the of ficers, or of S. F. Heath & Co., at their store. The tour cannot fail t* be high ly enjoyable, and its inexpensiveness places it within the reach of any wheel- sman.^ LACE CCBTAINS.Just received new patterns at low prices at F. Kuetzing's. Meridian Block. Wilson Chapman of Cambria shot himself in the left arm, while practising with an old revolver, last week. It is said that the Muses"are jubilant over the fact that the ancient piano at Turner Hall must go. The proceeds of the fair to be held May 7th and 8th will be invested in a new piano for the hall. The assessors of the several Towns in this county will meet at the auditor's office in New Ulm next Saturday to establish,a basis of valuation for the as sessment of the different kinds of real and personal property. Mr. E. G. Pahl left for New York yesterday evening. He will sail from there for Europe next Saturday. Mr. Pahl has promised to furnish us with notes of his travels abroad and the rea ders of the REVIEW can be assured of some interesting reading if the letters da not get lost on the way. Jac. Klossner Jr. has bought of D.I. Russel the machinery building and two lots owned by the latter in Sleepy Eye. Mr. Klossner will carry a complete stock of farm machinery at his Sleepy Eye branch. The gymnastic exhibition and dance given by the Zoeglinge of the Turnver ein Sunday evening, was well attended. The boys gave a good exhibition and we are glad to note that their treasury showed a handsome balance after the performance. Mr. Richard Mueller received the sad intelligence from Mankato that his fath er had been killed, Thursday evening, by falling into the stone quarries. Mr. Mueller was on his way home and in the darkness wandered off the walk into the quarries. There was no fence or signal to warn him of the danger. According to an official bulletin re cently issued, Company A, 2d Regt. M. N. G., will be inspected by Inspector General Brandt on Monday, May 30. Company I, St. Peter, is booked for in spection the same day. We hope that the Inspector General may find time to attend Memorial Day exercises at some place. 7 he following members of the Turn verein went to Mankato Saturday to assist in a gymnastic exhibition at that place Hugo Schleuder, H. Fischer, E. Heers, H. Gebser, W. Koch and F. Hau enstein. The boys made the trip by team and say that they got all the en joyment possible out of the trip. It should be distinctly understood that the old piano that has for so long a time adorned Turner Hall, is not among the prizes to be drawn at the fan arranged for May 7th and 8th. This information may relieve the holders of tickets from any apprehensions they may have had of getting the prehistoric monster on their hands. It is dangerous for a man to treat an other with a glass of beer, wine, or spir its if section four of the high-license law is interpreted strictly. It reads as fol lows Whoever sells, barters, gives away or otherwise disposes of any spir ituous, vinous, fermented or malt liq uors, without first having obtained li cense therefore agreeably to the laws of this State, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, j|nd shall, upon convic tion thereof in any court having juris diction of the same, be punished by a fine of not less than $50 nor more than $100. together with the costs of prose cution, and by imprisonment in the county jail not iess than thirty days nor more than ninety days." We hope that our friends will not feel hurt if we live up to the letter of the law hereafter. We would not object to paying the fine, but, thirty to ninety days in jail is more than we care for. The law passed by the last legis. lature which provides for the payment of bounties for gophers and blackbirds contains a proviso which allows the county commissioners to approve or disapprove the same. It is hardly prob able that our commissioners will accept the law but if they should accept it then the applicants for said bounties must show the game to the chair man of the town boards of supervisors, and he must issue a certificate to the effect that the applicant is entitled to the bounties, and upon presentation of this certificate to the county auditor the payment will be made. This feature has the advantage of making twenty small receptacles of slaughtered birds and animals, instead of one large one at the county auditor's office, as is the case with bounty paying for scalps of wolves. The section regarding boun ties is as follows That gophers and blackbirds are de clared public nuisances and any persons who shall kill or destroy said gophers in this State shall be entitled to receive five cents each for every pocket gopher so killed by him, and three cents each for all other kinds so killed. And any person who shall kill or destroy black birds shall be entitled to receive ten cents for each and every dozen so killed, during, the months of April, May and June of any year five cents for each and every dozen killed by him during the months of July, August, Septem ber and October of any year Madelia offers 70 'acres of land and 10,000 for the Soldiers home. Le Suenr also wants,-the home. Mr. Z. O. Blekre, formerly of this place, has disposed of his hardware store, in Le Sueur, to C. A. Snow. While in Mankato last week the writer was informed that the Cannon Valley line would be built to New Ulm before fall. The road will run into Man kato before long and New Uim will be their next point to build to. It is also claimed that the Northwestern will build their branch line from Mankato to New Uim, on this sidje of the river, this season. Messrs. Csgrove and Hollenbeck of the C. & N. W. R. R. were in town Monday making arrangements with the Eagle Mill Co. for the extension of their side track. The business of the Mill company has increased so much of late that their side-track facilities are inadequate and must be increased or the mill will be compelled to decrease their manufacturing capacity. Mason Long, the reformed gambler, lectured here Monday evening. No one can take any exceptions to his re marks as they were common sense ar guments. He advised young men to live within their means, called their at tention to the dangers of gambling and asked them to avoid excesses of all kinds. Some of his arguments were in the regular prohibition line. He said that if the liquor traffic was right it should not be taxed, if it was wrong it should be surpressed. His argument that there is no more justice in taxing a saloon as there is in taxing any other line of business is about correct. He also stated that the saloonkeeper was a much abused and downtrodden mortal. Mr. Long displayed his abilities as a financier by taking up a collection and selling a book. The pilgrims sang well. Col. Bobleter's hospitality is well known, but when people enter his cel lar during the night and get away with his stock of refreshments he is apt to draw the line. The burglars attempted to get into the Colonels house, 255 West Seventh street, St Paul, Friday night. They entered the cellar by the way of a window and sampled the state treasarer's wines, but probably did not go up stairs, as nothing was missed. They took the colonel's camping cot and used it as a ladder to get out of the window. The treasurer says he will have something besides iiquids refresh ments for them the next time they eome. The following certificates were issued to applicants at the last examination of teachers. Springfield. I. Grade to M. B. Gliebe. II. Grade to H. Thompkins. IH. Grade to Flora Winegarden, Winefried Bogardus, May Porter, Axel Euerson. Sleepy Eye. II. Grade to Miriam Owens. Mary McCarthy, I. M. Barto, AnnaM. Olson, May Benham, P. W. Lee. III. Grade to Matilda A. Johnson, Vilona Burg hard, Mary A. Tharkeldson, Hannah Peterson, Cora E. Davis, Julia Dungan, Orvel G. Herning, Ch. A, Zieske, Doel Slocum. New Ulm. I. Grade to Helen George, Otto Hen sel. II. Grade to Annie Davis. III. Grade to Bertha Falk. Springfield, April 25th, 1887. Editor Review.A State Teacher's Institute began its sessions this after noon at 2 o'clock under the very able guidance of Miss E. Sprague and her assistant Prof. Marble- At the open ing 49 teachers were present but their number was swelled by arrivals on la ter trains. The citizens of Springfield have provided for lodging and board of the influx. All teachers of this county are expected to be present and Co. Supt. expresses it as his opinion that absen tee's will feel badly disappointed next week. The attendance at the opening on Tuesday was 60 teachers. .Real J$8tate Transfer. March 26th to April 16th 1887. Heir's of Angeline Grove, deceased, to Ferdinand Kohar lot 11B 20 Sleepy Eye Lake. $370.00. Carl Krag to Susanna Knm lot 1 72 3. New Ulm. $175.00. Ferdinand I*. Fischer and wife to Henry Bendiz en lot 16 7 Springfield. 750.00 Thomas Kas to Adam Goblerlch Jr. EJ of part of E of Swtf Sec. 33 111 31. (10 acres) 200.00 Geo. W.Van Dnsen and others to August Derbols lots 3 and 4 7 Springfield. $85 00. Winona & St. Peter Land Co. to Chas. H. Boss undivided of EX of NEK Sec. 15 108 31 $312.00 Chas. H. Boss and wife to Hermund Christensen undivided J* of EX of NE* See 15 108 31 $360.00 Jacob Bender and wife to George Jacobs lot 2 2 S New Ulm. $4000)0. George P. Pope to John Zaske EX of NE Sec. 30 WX of NW Sec SB 111 33 $1600.00. Sarah A. Pope to RudolphPetrich SEX Sec 30 111 33. $1600.00. William B. Mcintosh and wife to Wm. B. La Framboise lot 8 Sec 28 111 32. $25.00 George Vollmerand wife to Andrew Snehs lot 3 39 Sleepy Eye Lake. $105.00. Auditor Brown Co. Minn, to William Wieland lot 13B 179 8 Hew Ulm. Christian L. Meyer to Louise Simon 5 acres of lot 7 Sec 2 110 31. $100.00. Geo. W. Somerviile and wife to William Somer- vUle WX of NWX Sec 8 log 32. $1200.00 Heir's of Theo. Kraeff't, deceased, to Carl W. A* Krook tneir interestin lot 5 60S New Ulm. $110.00. A i A Giftfor All. In order to give all a chance to test it, and thus be convinced of its wonder ing curative powers. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, will be. for a limited time given away. This offer is not only li beral, but shows unbounded faith in the merits of this'great remedy. All who suffer from Coughs, Colds,. Consump-, tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, or any affec tion of Throat, Chest, or Lungs, are especially to caltla Did ydu notice that absent-minded look on R. Nix's face yesterday? Well he was studying up some means of how to keep an infant quiet during the night. His wife presented him with a girl Monday evening and Robert had 60 take his first lessons in "How to handle in fants" Monday night. ^zJk%&%?^,* |.fMr. Rudolph Kiesling returned from his trip to "Washington Territory Mon day He is well pleased with the eas tern part of the Territory and especial. ly with Spokane Falls and vicinity, but the western part did not suit him. He met most of the former Brown and Nic ollet county people now living in the territory and says that those living near Spokane Falls are well pleased with their present home and are doing well. Mr. Kiesling has arrived at the conclu sion that a man with moderate means who has a fair business in this country will do better to stay here than go to a country where they have rain for nine months in the year and see the sun but three months during the same time. In an article published in the CEN. TUBY, Mark Twain gives an interesting collection of remarkable answers to ex amination questions. The REVIEW is prepared to add the following choice specimens, which were produced by lo cal talent and kindly left on our desk. Sixty-three gallons make one hedge hog Translation of Diligere parentes prima naturae lex est: To choose one's parentis nature's highest law.The productions of Brown Co. are wheat, potatoes, cattle, horses and children Name a bird belonging to the order of scratchers. Answer: The cat.See ing, hearing, feeling, smelling and tast ing are called the five sins.Cortez landed at Vera Cruz, founded it, and marched into the interior.Denominate and locate Cod. Answer Codfish in the water.By man's education the cow is called a domestic animal.The land scape had a grammatical appearance. Who are the British? Answer Green horns.And is a conjunction catching a participle.Columbus produced an eclipse of the moon to save his life. Convulsions are caused by death.Con rad'L was the second sn of his fourth daughter.Singular: The pupil's book is clean. Plural: The pupils' books are dirty. There are the kinds of persons Masculine, feminine and neuter.King Ferdinand did not have any money because he would not help Columbus.Isabella pledged her jewels because Columbus wanted to discover America.Problem invented by a pri mary pupil: If a stove cost eighty dol lars, what will a bushel of potatoes cost ?What kind of a plant is the horsetail Answer A hairy plant, Natural objects are objects that are not made by hand, but by machines.I have forgotten the date of the battle of Hastings it was fought in the year 1066. Alcohol goes to the brain in the form of vapor, aud if it cannot escape, it produces intoxication.The Sophists were men that did not believe what they taught, but tried hard to force the truth upon themselves.In sewing machines the kind of stitch forms the chief monu ment of distinction.By a primary pu pil St. Paul is the largest city but New Ulm is bigger yet.The moon's phases are produced by the mountains upon it, which make it look line a man's face.Define English grammar. Answer English grammar is an aw ful study.The multiplication table is a table which is multiplied.When Capt. Lawrence was carried below, he told his sailors to save themselves. George Washington would not tell a lie because he wanted to become the father of his country.Daniel Webster was so eloquent because he wrote a dictionary. Benjamin Franklin invented the lightning.There are five races of mankind but the natives of Australia do not belong to any of them*An el lipse is a curve like a circle, but differ ent from it.Capt. Cook discovered the Sandwich Islands, and then let the na tives eat him up.Water flows down hill because it cannot flow up hill.The constitution of the United States was first framed, and, then adopted.The earth is round because its shadow can be seen during an eclipse of the moon. Where does the Columbia River flow into the Pacific Ocean Answer: At its mouth.The diameter of the earth is 7912 miles, and the circumference ac cordingly.Example of a metaphor George Washington was an American Furst & Bradley sulky plows cheap at -at L. Drurequested Store, and ge rria Bot Boos1 tle Free, Large Bottles |l."" Klossner's Are you going toW-S do any painting this summer? If so. Then it is to your interest to know where you can get the best quality, therefore I wish to call your attention to my complete stock and superior qual ity of Paints. Especially to my pre pared house and villa paints, manufac tured by C. T. Raynolds & Co., New York. One of the largest and oldest paint manufacturers in the U. S., whose paints are largely used by such large consumers of Paints as the Pullman Car Works, where quality is of the ut most importance. My quick drying heavy body floor paint will wear and give yon satisfaction. My prices for Oil, white lead, brushes, and every thing in the paint line, will be the very lowest and equality gaurantoed. Please, givemeacalL gfe*r** iA Meridian Block WJlV'OtsjN. i?i?*$i PERSONAL MENTION. Werner Boesch and E. G. Pahl who have graced the sick-list for some time are again out and about. Tory Oleson made a flying trip to St. Paul Friday evening, returning home Sunday morning. Albert Held came up from Man- kato Sunday to assist in the gymnastic exhibition and dance. Fred. Seiter came from St. Paul for the same purpose. S. Bohanan of Golden Gate was a caller at the Review office last Monday. Fred. Hauenstein came home from Owatonna with the intention of staying awhile." iv James Degnan has accepted a po sition as fireman on the "Soo" road, and left for there Monday. Wm. Koch is the owner of a genuine St Bernhard dog. He paid $100 for the pup. M. Mullen visited with his family in Minneapolis Saturday. W. O. Musser was in town Sunday and Monday. He registers from St. Paul. Fred C. Gley makes New Ulm his headquarters for Sundays. Judge Baldwin, of Redwood Falls made the REVIEW a pleasant call Mon day. Miss Bertha Lohman left for Chicago Friday evening. She will remain there for some time. Mrs. Chas. Crone and Miss Emma Gebser are visiting in Chicago. The former with here sister-in-law, Mrs. Schonlau, and the latter with her aunt. Envied by Iter Sex, Is the fate of every lady with a bright, glowing countenance, which invariably follows the use f Dr. Harters Iron Tonic. Misses' trimmed hats $1.00 and $1.25 each worth $1.50 and $2.00 atF. Kuetz ins's. A fine assortment of fancy fresh fruits just received at the Palace Restau rant. Received this week another lot of the latest Styles of Ladies untrimmed hats. Call in and learn our prices. F. Kuetzing. The greatest assortment of light sum mer hats, stiff and soft, just received at Theo. Crone's. Come and look at our 25cents hats for children and bovs. Highest market price paid for fresh Timothy Seed at Dr. C. Wescheke's Pi oneer Drus: Store. TO A WTPTI at Theo. Crone's, 5000bush 11 All 1UB els of corn, at 35 cents a bushel, cash. cured every year by Acker's celebrated English Remedy. It is a guaranted prep aration if it does not help you it will cost you nothing. Try it. A single dose will show its good effect. Trial bottles 10 ctg, C. L. Roos, New Ulm, Minn. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS'! ToBent. NRTTfiE Two rooms in Bobleters' building on Broadway. Enquire f W. H. BONNE. EGGS WANTED Ten thousand dozen fresh eggs will be taken in exchange for goods at Mrs, W. A. Olding's Millinery store. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that regis tration of Births and Deaths must be made to the undersigned Health Officer instead of City Clerk as heretofore. S O. C. STBICKLEK, Health Officer. GRAND to be held at TURNER HALL, Saturday Sunday, May 7th & 8th, '87. Arranged by the Ladies' Class off the Turnverein. Fair opens Saturday, May 7, at 2 o'clock p. m., and continues Sunday, May 8, throughout the day. Saturday Evening, May 7, there will be given a ,'-%f|^ Brand Concert and* Dance. i i (Programme next issue.) Ladies' handiwork and other articles exhibited will be, distributed by lot among the holders of numbered pre mium tickets, Sunday, May 8, at 4 p.m. A premium ticket admits the holder to the fair FREE. W^i W Premium Tickets.... .t.. .50 cts. Admission to Concert Dance. .35 cts. "Admission to Fair 10 cts. The net proceeds of the fair will go towards the purchase of gr: A lew Piano for Tuner Hall. A cordial invitation is extended to all by the Ladies' Glass of the Turnverein. STONE WANTED. 100 Cords of Stone (Prairie Boulders) for the Herman's Monument fonnda tion* Enquire of Jul. Berndt or John Hauenstein. SALOOI nrruBES r^SF Harrows and corn tool* of all kinds cheap at Klossner's. S UUAI UU hereby given thai ail alters the city of New Uim must be clean during the summer months, that all outhouses must be thoroughly cleaned or disinfected on or before the first day of May., This order will be strictly enforced- By order of the Board of Healtofficer.h O* STBICKXEB, Health New Ulm, April 13th 1887. NOTICE^- '&& STATE OF MINNESOTA^ f*%HK County of Brown, ss^flP City of New Ulm. "P*5$ Notice is hereby given that Jacob Bender lot 8 block 2 south of centre str. has made application for liquor license! The City Council will meet on May 3d A. D. 1887 at 7:30 p. m. to hear said application. wn^M By order of the City Council. ^VKM ^Dateo] New Ulm April 18th A. D. 1887. F ~"h LcuisSCHILLING. City Clerk. Beautifulflowersandlplants: Cut flowers for funerals, parties and weddings supplied on order by mail or li telegraph. All kinds of Greenhouse plants packed and shipped to all parts of the country. Address: MBNDENHALLI ^GBEEN HOUSES, 18th St. and 1st Ave.' South or City Store 15, 4th St. South Minneapo lis. PKOBATE NOTICE.rPede State of Minnesota, Connty oJeM en dA8a^pet St,ailordered, ^L-Q FOR SALE. I offer my saloon fixtures, including shelving, counter refrigerator, stoves and pool table for sale eheap. Also my stock of wines andUquors. ED.DUNKEL. jfii R. J. MENDENHALL, dhA Prop'r. GHASS SEEDS: The undersigned has received V'veryffi large supply of all kinds of fresh grass I and garden seeds which will be sold s3- during the seeding season at very low prices. The list includes the following, viz:White Clover, Red Clover, Cali fornia or Afalfa Clover, Swedish or Alsyke Clover, Red Top, Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Timothy, English and Italian Rye Grass, Millet, Hungarian Vetches, Buckwheat, etc. All of the above seeds have been selected with great care and bought from reliable parties. Parties in need of any of these seeds will do well to call on me and inspect the seeds and obtain prices. Dr. C. WESCHCKE. Brown ^ss I Probate Court. Special Termf, March 29th 1887. deceased esUt Whereas, An instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of" Jens Pedero Jensen deceased, late ef said Conntv, has been de livered to this Court And whereas, AnreJMarie Jensen has filed there with her petition,erepresenting among other things H2 iff? s cnnty a i S2 2 dle the 23r day of March 1887, testate, and that said petitioner is the sole executrix named iWore said last last wfll and testament, and prayind that the said *M instrument may be admitted to probate, and that W letters testamentarJSStnbe,iearg be her issued thereon j$' It is That the proofs of said mstru.iiS this Court, at the Probate Office in said County, on Thursday the 28th day of April A. D. 1887, at 10 clock in the forenoon, when all concerned may appear and contest the proba of said instrument And it is further ordered, That public notice of the time and place off aid hearing be given to all persons interested, by publication^Qtthese order* for three weeks successively previous to said day of hearing the New Ulm Review a newspapto^ printed and published at the City of New Ulm to said County. By the Cou't. ?4% ,T ERNST BRANDT*. T Judge of Probate. Residence Property for Safe. Two houses and a barn situated on two lots are offered for sale cheap. Call on or address JOHN C. PRAH i" Star Sample^oonu Farmers Horned JACOB H0ESCHELER, Prop'r. Dealer in ^W^'M Wines, Liquors and Cigars A fine lunch will be served every day. Cor. Minn. & Center streets- -4* NewUlm.* Minn. Turnverein wants WnMTP.lTTh 11 tXiMUU. competent Stewart Ap plication for the position must be made before May 1st For particulars in quire of the ,c WrRTHSCHAFTS-COMMlTTEE..^^ i NOTICE^tSivaK Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned up to the 2n day of May at 2 p. m. for building an approach on to a bridge over the little Cottonwood near Nic Guldens place.^ Plans and specifications can be seen"it my bonse. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids. f"Vs% -H ANDREAS GROEBNER. "A* A Chairman, -C*/& Town of Cottonwood. Julius Krausfe 8T. Ceiling e&M&tion $pe&lity. All work executed neatly and prompt* ly. Orders may be left at my resi dence in Ruemke's building corner of Minnesota and Fourth North streets. J. KRAUSE. THE PALACE RESTAURANT& CONFECTIONERY I am now prepared to serve the pub lic with everything pertaining to a first class Restaurant and Confectionery. All kinds of fancy Fruits in their sea son. Very best of Candies and (Jakes Fancy Tobaccos. Havana and domes tic Ojgais* Oysters served in every style. Have fined up for the convent-, ence of ail a Lunch Boom. Give me call. Jolian Dangler-^ Next door to Theo. Crone's. Wd-Eibner, Manage!. u.