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ILY'HEVIEW PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY i! BY BRANDT & WEDDENDORF. jj OFFICE OVER CITY DRUG STORE. TERMS $1.50. per year in advance. rsii. A. MABDBN RESIDENT DENTIST, Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Streets. SEW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without p.iin by the use of vitalized air or nitrous oxide gas.j T)R. BERKY, PHYSICIAN ASD SURGEON, Office Meridian Block, over Olsen's Drus Store, New Ulm, Minn. Office hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P. jyR. C. W. McFADDEN, Dentist, Meridian Block, New Ulm, Minn. Teeth extracted without pain by the ud of Laughing gas. Office over E.Kuetzing's Store. )R. STRICKLER, turn ifttti. I Office over Beussman's Hardware Store. NEW ULM, MINN. Telephone Connections. T)R. J. C. ROTHENBURG, Physician and Surgeon, I Office next door to Dr. Marden's dental parlors. iew Ulm, Minn. RUEMKE & SCHAPEKAHM, Carpenters. Builders and Contractors. NtW ULM. MINN. Designs and plans made to order and estimates on all work furnished and contracts faithfully executed. A. CODAS, Contractor and Builder, Agent for the celebrated'Boynton and other Furnaces. Also agent for West ern Stocco Co., Fort Dodge, a fine plastering material. NEW ULM. MINK H. HANSCHEN, Contractor and Builder, Special- attention given to mason work in the citv and country. New Ulm. Minn. "Vienna. Bsufcery, August Preuss, Prop. Minn. St., New Ulm, Minn. Breakfast-rolls, bread and cake de livered every morning. %.pZz XJ Li I :sr 4 u.'"ii 'asaajss|awjywawjajaa^ Mm ,i,i,.4muu.)inn.n ^uiu.iuiiiijjygiJiiu- E :R Mrs. Anton Olding, next door to SOMMER'S STORE, NEW ULM, Has on hand a good stock of Millinery Goods consisting in part of Hats, Bon nets, Velvets, Silks, Ribbons, Feathers, Human Hair, Flowers, &c. Also Patterns for stamping mono grams. Stamping of all kinds. Em broidery Work, German Knitting an Bergraan's Zephyr Yarns a specialty. Jacob Klossner, Jr., DEALER I N gl\elf| Seavy ftaMwafe AND All Kinds of Farm Machinery, N EW ULM, MINN. L. G. DAVIS* jS^.ttorne3r at ILJSL*W. Real Estate, Collection, Loan and insurance Agent. Sleepy Eye, Minn. JOS- A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney and Counselor A IJSLW. Titles examined and perfected. Particular attention given to collec tions ^Office over BrownCo. Bank. NEW ULM. MINN. JOHN LXNDW A. CHAOBERQ. LIND & HAGBERG, ittornejs andCounselors at Law, Attend to Suits in all the State &U.S. Courts. H-b Vnecial Attention Paid to Collections 7"T"tAK AKfi SOADINAYIAN LAH V** J* & OUAOBS SPOXXN. LM. MINN. WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington, May 20th, 1887. The death of Justice Woods of the U. S. Supreme Court, whose body lies in state to-day in this city at his late resi dence, has revived the gossip as to whom the President will be likely to appoint to the vacancy on the Supreme B.ench. Among the eminent lawyers who have aspired to occupy a seat upon the highest tribunal of the land, Attor ney General Garland is naturally the first person thought of, as his ambitions have long been known. Speaker Car lisle is also mentioned as a man who could, perhaps, secure the appointment if he desired it. Up to a short time ago it is known that the Speaker would have been glad to have retired from po litical life with an assured future in so honorable and agreeable a position, but it is thought he has since imbibed am bitions wnich have changed his feelings in this regard. Hon. Randolph Tucker, of Virginia, is mentioned as a competent lawyer, but he would be debarred the honor if the rule of precedent is followed which directs the appointment of a justice from within the circuit for which he is selected. Ex-senator McDonald does not come within its boundaries, ex-sen ator Thurman has already passed the age of voluntary retirement from the Supreme Bench, and ex-Governor Hoadly has friends who urge that he escapes all grounds of objection. They argue that his State is the proper one from which to make the selection, that his constitutional views are the ad vanced views of his part}*, that his war record is unimpeachable, his legal at tainments unquestinable and his posi tion financially and politically such as to make the appointment specially gra cious and deserved. It is many years since a Democratic President had an opportunity to fill a place on the Su preme Bench. The Supreme Court room in the Cap itol, the doors leading into it, and the ch air formerly occupied by the laie As sociate Justice are heavily draped in black. All of the funeral arrangements are in charge of the Supreme Court, the Justices of which will start to-night on a special train with the remains to Newark, Ohio, the old home of the de ceased. According to custom in case of the death of a Justice of this tribun al, the Associate Justices act as honor ary p"U-bearers and the remains arecar riecl to the grave by actual court mes sengers. On last Friday President Cleveland visited thvi tomb of George Washington for the first time in his life. He went on the invitation of the widow of Gen. Logan, in company with a select little party who were also piloted by this lady to the historic spot. Mrs.. Logan is one of the Regents of the Mount Ver non Association. On the following morning another party which had never before had a trip down the Potomac boarded a steamer. It was th "Forty-niners," as they call the California pioneers who crossed the plains in '49, and who have been hold ing a reunion in this city. Many of them had passed the allotted span of three-score years and ten, some were in the^eighties and a few bordered on ninety years of age, but as the boat swung out from the wharf and started down the sunlit river toward the planked shad dinner which was waiting for them be low at Marshall Hall, judging^from their gay spirits, there was not an old man on board. A meeting of the Washington Monu ment Association was held on Wednes day last to consider as to the proper course to pursue in order to protect the memorial stones which have been set in the interior of the Monument, from fur ther injury by relic hunters who abuse the privilege which has been accorded them of visiting the Monument, by chip ping and otherwise defacing the struc ture. Some of the expensive stones which were presented by foreign gov ernments and by states and societies, have been nearly ruined. Th cele brated "Nevada" stone, which has been so greatly admired by all visitors to the Monument and is considered to be one of the most expensive and beau tiful of the memorial stones, has been badly disfigured, several of the massive silver letters upon its face have been detached and carried away^ After carefully considering the subject it was unanimously decided by the Associa tion that the monument should hereaf ter be closed to visitors, until Congress shall take such action in the premises, as will effectually protect the structure from these acts of vandalism- Th Monument will be closed on the lastday of the National Drill^l? The city has been flooded during the 'vr^H "'^WV"%^~ VOLUME NO 21. NEW ULM, BROWN COUNTY, MINNi, WEDNESDAY, Ma 25 1887. past few days with counterfeit silver dollars of the issue of 1884. The coun terfeit is considered to be one of the best that has heretofore been detected. The size, and, general appearance of the counterfeit is identical with that of the genuine coin, and the "ring" is so per fect as to deceive an expert. The weight of the counterfeit is slightly be low the standard, and it is by this alone that the fraud may be detected. Where these coins came from, or how many of them have been put into circu lation is a mystery which as yet has not been solved. A large number of merchants and other business men have been deceived by the coins and in one instance sixty-five of the counterfeit: dollars were taken in by a prominent merchant upon Seventh street, before the fraud was detected. Relative to the Late Institute. Editor Review: In the last issue of the REVIEW I saw that j'ou took notice of a slighting remark made by a cer tain "H A D." in School Education, relative to the late institute at Spring field. If this man received such a wrong notion of all the institute work as he evidently did of the opinion of those teachers who thought the district should give the teacher the week with out loss of time, to attend the institute, he certainly did not derive any professi onal benefit from said institute. We would refer this man to the fourth paragraph of the resolution passed, which reads as follows: "That the state legislature make it a law, that district school teachers, stopping school to attend an institute for one week in a year, shall receive pay for the time thus spent the same as if teaching, and that no deduction be made from their wag- es." The teachers that sustained the senti ment contained in the above, were not of the opinion that institutes were of such value that the district could afford to give the teacher one week in a j*ear to attend the institute. They were of the opinion that it does not pay teachers to attend ari institute if they have te* lose their time and money without get ting an equivalent in return. He al.so states that but few teaehors of this (Jo. .share tiie views of the writ er of "Teachers 1 Austin has contracted for a forty-five hundred dollar school house. ,^-v tEK 38fasst.:v POWDER Absolutely Purest Tins powder never varies. A mar" fit- of parity, strength and whole -'meness. Mi/ economical than the nlinary kinds, and cannot be sold in 'nnpetition with the multitude of iiiw test, short weight, alum or phos phate powders. Said only in eons. itOYAl. BAKZ NO 1WWBBR CO 106 Wall street, New York. NEW ULM MARKETS:Whea t, No 1, 71- No. 2, 68 oats, 30 corn, 38 bar ley, 40 potatoes, 35c. onions 1.50 batter, 812, eggs, 9 live hogs per lb 4} pork, per 5J. Flour per cwt. $2.25S2.75. s& ^TThe village of Lake Linden, on Torch lake, Keweeau county, Mich., was de stroyed by fire last week. The fire origi nated in the brick block of Newman & Trelease, and spread rapidly. Over 200 buildings were burned. The loss is estimated at SI,250,000 to 81,500,580, with about $700,000 insurance. New man & Leclease and William Harris are the principal losers.each about $85,000. As stamp mills and smelting works were saved, not nearly so many men will be thrown out of employment. Lake Linden is a town of 5000 inhabitants. A bold bank robbery was committed in the city of Mexico on the 20th inst. One of the leading banking firms of that city sustained a loss of $300,000, it is claimed. All the cash had been car ried off with the exception of some bags of silver* Plans have been ordered for a court house at Winona, to cost 000. 4000 Institutes iu Brown Co This is a statement based up on the narrow mind of "H. A.D-" on ly. W refer him to the Co. Supt., who ought to know the sentiment of all teachers in this Co. in regard to this matter. In a private conversation with the conductor of the late institute, I put the following question to her "Why must the state use compulsory means for the attendance of institutes, since it is sup posed that all intelligent teachers see such great value in them would they not attend without being compelled?" She thoug.-t that if there was no com pulsory law, institutes would vanish in to nothing. This clearly illustrates that the maj rity of teachers, not only of Brown Co.. iu of the state at large, have a small regard of institutes under the present fo'jn but they are to cow ardly to express their honest conviction when trtey come face to face with one of the so-e.tlied state-lights. In conclusion I venture to state that, if every let.ener of this Co. were of such caliber as this H. A. D., institutes would not be too long if they lasted a year and lie would not object either if no others were allowed to attend but himself ami all the school-ma'ams in the Co.the "Spec's" included. Yours, etc. A. J. DOMEIElt. stone $100, good things of this th *W\ JH\\\\ 0 V^t-H^-^V^ life ar sorrowfully let alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipation sold on a positive guarantee at 25 and 50 cents, by Chas IJ. ROOS. New Ulm. Minn. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BURG'S BLIZZARDS. Qfin yards fancv silk velvet in all colors www at 1 dollar'a yard at Mrs. A. Ol ding's millinary store. gallons of Ohio stone ware just received at Frank Behnke'sstore, sold at reasonable prices. THE NEW E CREAMERY GO. WILL BOY eggs for cash from and after April 10th 1887 at highest marcket price. Butter fmm and after May 1st 1887. For un called i utter in granulated form they will pay the highest price according to quality. Business place, Rieslings basement corner Minn, and Center street. ATTENTION FARMERS! Farmers will please take notice that I owu two blooded Jackasses, which I keep for breeding purposes. The ani mals were imported from Missouri, by lr. Koehne, last year. Farmers are requested to call on me and view the animals. FR. Bochum. J. A. IRVING. HY. J. METER. NEW ULM TUBULAR WELL CO. The undersigned are now prepared to put down any size of Tubular Wells. Parties wishing wells or pumps may please call on us. IRVING & MEYER. AND DRESS MAKING. Miss Mary Hopt, opposite the Union Motel, New Ulm, Has on hand a goor! stock of Millii ery Goods con sis'ingin part of ts, Bonnets. Velvets, Silks Rihbons, Feathers. Flowers, Sec. Alao Patterns for *tampiug monograms. Stamp ing of all kinte Embroidery Work and Fashion able dressmaking done to order. NEW UL M, MINX, MANUFACTURER OF FINE: CIGARS. f^-Speeial brands made to order. Boss& Setter, Successors to H. B. CONSTATS. lire, Cyclone, Tornado, Hurricanes and Windstorms.. Represent the fol lowing old reliable companies.. German-American of N. Y. Spring field Fire and Marine of Mass. Penn sylvania Fire of Erie, Pa. Fireman's Fund of California American Fire of Philadelphia Orient of Hartford Com mercial Union of London London As surance Co. and Northern Assurance Co, of London. Office in Brown County Bank NEW ULM MINN. Bucklen a Arnica Salve 1: -3 Thebest salvein the world for Cuts, Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively-cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed togive perfect satisfaction, or money refund I i d. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by C. ^sm^^sa I ^^\\^^^^^^^\XXKV. v^ Spring and Beady-made CLOTHING bat. GOODS, LADIES' AND GNETSr FURNISHING GOODS HATS & CAPS etc. etc. The most comple te assortment of the latest Spring Hats just received and will be sold at lower prices than Don't bu a hat before you have seen our styles and prices, of neckwear is surely the larte^frtft. town. WHOLE NUMBER, 489 N ^^J CASTOR IA for Infants and Children. ***v "CagtoriaisroweHadaptedtoehildrenthat I Castorla cores Colic CoastfpatfoaT I recommend itas superiorto any prescription I Saa^ known to me." H. A. ARCHES, M.D., I "Wpnas. gives sleep, and -111S*cwordst,Brooklyn,N.Y. "Wi^wtojariouamedication. ment of underwear for ladies, misses,*-gfents .an children. Also the largest assortment of trunks, valises for ladies and gents, and we guar- antee the lowest prices. W have put in the laigest stocks of piece goods for suits and pants. A profea^orin a medical college OBW stH tohj* class **pot yoor band In ft vies, tarn the aexew antfl the pain aU yoo cau bear, and toaTs Then, matfem: torn the screw ones mote, and that's nenralgjaei^ gentlemen, the medicalptTrffsalon knows no care for either." That was before the ^ofUTHLOPHOROS^oicsiy core both rtwiiiiiiiitTwm and neuralgia, and manyphyaiciana (Me It regularly-frankly adnntanaj that (bagrcan VteaerJbsnothing!- to effectxra. Many personaharetried so many ao-caltoiftBBm aea. without benefit, flutf they hwn.Jsttn to try more,bat It is worth, your while tofayAth- tBBfsOfOth If ywt b*w any donbta aa to its Tata* writefor namesof parties in your own State who havebeencuredby its nae. fak yonr dmgsisfc for AtMOpttORM. ion cannotget it of himwowBlaend it expresspaid on iseejpt of najnlar prio-I.OO par bottle Wo prefer that you buy itfoamyoar draawist, bat if ha haantitdonotbs persuaded to try soaMthine *lae,butardcatoBofrmuaaadmKtad, iTHLOPHBBOS CO., H2IttLL ST., TNL H. HORNBUEG Dealer in SHELF HAEDWAKE, STOVES and CARPENTERS' TOOLS, STEEL AND IRON NAILS, BARB- ED WIRE, OILS, PAINTS ANI ALL KINDS OF Tarxxx Machinery*' .AGENT FOR DEERING TWINE BINDERS AND MOWERS, STANDARD MOWERS, Re-palrs for above al-w-ays on NEW ULM, vMINN. M3.JLP.SCHSOCZ, CTSW.LakaSk. Chicago,OT* Mel\\\es$ ftomRheumatism. Hlphysician* feaxwl[amrats turn of the leg would mumary. Om triad ATHIJOPBOBOS,and in twodayawaacared. & Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation Summer Goods AT THEO. CRONE'S. Gfre& fkigking ''in. NOTIONS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, Glassware, Boots & Shoes etc. etc 1 di. THB CSSTAUS COSOUSY, 183 Pulton Stree*. N. T. Grand Opening '1 pnd Summer ever before -Our line W car ry the largest assort- Minnesota Oliief Tliresliers and Stxsuw Burn ing Engines, HOLLINSWORTH HAY RAKE, MOLINE PLOWS, HARROWS, SEEDERS, BUGGIES, PLATFORM AND LUMBER WAGONS AND THE CELEBRATED DAVIS SEWING MACHINES. Wfe" A. KOBHNE,^, Veterinary Surgeon, '4}it$ Having treated sick animals for years I can conscientiously recommend my self to all who need the services of a competent Veterinary. Orders may be left at Dr. Wescbckes Drug Store. Hfe HEW ULM, Mnnr. WEH2EL SGEOTZD, Proprietor, Mnsnr.ST NEW UT-M, MIXJS. airy rooms, and an A No. 1 table. Good sample room for the accommodation of commercial tnu elersiu connection with the hotel Rates reasonable The finest wines, liquors and ci gars at the bar.