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inDDKZiY BSVIBW* -JUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY I BY JRANDT & WEDDENDORF. JETICE OVER CITY DRUGSTORE. ERMS 1.50 per year in advance. \K. A MARDBN RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and lit N. Streets. }T3W ULM, MINN. Teeth extr icted without pain by the use of jtahzed air or nitrous oxide gas V SR. C. BEKRY, I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tffice Meridian Block, over Olsen's Drug Store, New Ulm, Minn, ffice hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. _S)R. C. W. McFADDEN, Dentist, jtendian Block, New Ulm, Minn. Teeth extracted without pain by the )d of Laughing gas. Office over F.Kuetzing's Store. JR. STRICKLER, Office over Beussman's Hardware Store. JiEWULM, MINN. 'Telephone Connections. ryR J. c. ROTHENBURG, Physician and Surgeon, Office next door to Dr. Marden's ental parlors. Jew Ulm, Minn. R. ALBERT FRITSCHE, office over J. Klossner's Hardware Store. "Jew Ulm, jMinn. j^UEMEE SrSCHAPEKAHM, Carpenters. Builders and Contractors. NhW ULM, MINN. Designs and plans made to order and stimates on all work furnished and ontracts faithfully executed. -4 A. C. OCHS, Contractor and Builder, Agent for the celebrated'Boynton and )ther Furnaces. Also agent for West ern Stocco Co., Fort Dodge, a fine olastering material. .NEW ULM. MINN.] H. HANSCHEN, Contractor and Builder, Special attention given to mason work in the city and country. New Ulm, Minn. 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 Bergman's Zephyr Yarns a specialty. Jacob Klossner, Jr., DEALER IN AND All of Farm Machinery, NEW ULM, MINN. L, G. DAVIS Attorney at Law. Real Estate, Collection, Loan and Insurance Agent. Sleepy Eye, Minn. JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney and Counselor .At, J-2&TW. Titles examined and perfected. Particular attention given to collec 110118 CfOfflce over Brown Co. Bank. NEW ULM. MINN. UNIX A. CHAQBF.RO LIND ft HAGBERG, AttorneysandCounselors at Law Attend to Suits in all the State & U. S. Courts. ^o^tentio Paid to Collections GEBXAK AND SOADINAYIAN LAN rEWULM. MINK. WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington, D. C, Sept.:30, 1887. Mr. Powell, the democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio, was in Washing ton last week importuning the admini stration to come to his relief. Mr Pow ell has the blues. His visit was like a wet blanket to the Ohio portion of the democracy who held office here. He says frankly there is no hope in this fall's election unless the administration will do something. Powell's positive ness is worthy of charitable considera tion. He says, too, if Ohio goes Repub lican this year, it will work serious damage to Mr. Cleveland's prospects for next year. This prediction proves Powell's foresight. jPowell told the President that the Ohio democracy were very luke-warm, and had little incent ive for active participation in this cam paign, because several offices were still held by the Republicans, while work ing democrats stood oat in the cold champing their bits and wondering what they were harnessed for. It is understood here that the President pro mised Powell some relief, but that the collections for the campaign fund were exceedingly small. Next Friday the President starts on his swing through portions of the West and South. The program is well ar ranged and quite elaborate, and there is no reason why he should not have a good time, fully enjoy himself, and re turn a wiser man. Never having trav eled much this trip may. enlarge his ideas of the magnitude and majesty of the country andfgive him a more exalt ed conception of the duties and respon sibilities of his high position. If that purpose is accomplished the country can well afford the time and expense of his absence from duty, though the ul terior object be one of the most selfish and partisan. That heart is a cold one that would envy the administration a little dress parade at this time. It needs something, and certainly this is thin enough. True, half the invitations were worked up in Washington, but what matters that The President has accepted and is going, and there will be the local boom and excitement, the great display, the crowd and rush, and let us hope no great disappointment or feelings of disgust, when the fever is over and second thought has fair play The late New York Republican con vention does not suit the democrats here. They gather in squads and talk over the situation, but never with feel ings of exultation. They expected a split in the Republican party. It did not come. Such a thing don't mater ialize this year anywhere, and is mere ly a democratic myth. After Novem ber New York will be taken out of the list of doubtful states for'88, as In diana and Virginia have already been, and Maryland and Georgia just tremb ling in the balance. The Commissioner of Internal Reven ue is going to throw a bomb'shell into the beer garden. He says, and doubt less very correctly, that the law is bad ly violated by way of the most shame ful adulterations, and that the ingred ients used in the maufacture of beer are very deleterious, and great Ifraud is perpetiated upon fche.Government and the people. He is gathering samples from various sections, having them ful ly analyzed, and proposes to submit to Congress an elaborate report exposing the whole sham, and demanding posi tive and stringent legislation. He feels confident in making a showing that will startle the country, and force Con gress to prompt and decisive action. This expose, too, may prove an import ant factor in the discussion of the quest ion whether the Internal Revenue shall be removed or not If adulterations are so flagrant, it would seem almost crim inal to remove what restraints we now have. Treasury officials regard all fear of a financial crisis as settled for the pres ent. The response to the recent offer to buy bonds at a given price, is fully as generous as expected, and the Secre tary claims that he can readily check any speculative movement as they may be* attempted on the part of heavy bond holders. This ot course must be done, otherwise the result would be appal ling There are two months to be bridged over before Congress will meet, and if the Treasury, is skillful enough for the emergency, we may escape a great calamity and pessibly.profit in the future by this narrow deliver ance. Perry Belmont, of New York, is said to be booked for Assistant Secretary of the State to fill the vacancy caused bv the resignation of Gov. Porter. It is also rumored that Oberly, of the Civil Service Commission, will resign and become Secretary of the National Dem- $L ocratic Committee. Oberly is well schooled in that line, and would be in his right element there. County Commissioners Ad jour tied Meeting, Sept. 25,1887. The board met pursuant to adjourn ment Mondav, Sept. 26, 1887, at 11 o'clock, A. M. Present, E. |G. Koch, chairman, Nicholas Gulden, Anton Manderfeld, H. M. Ball and H. Feuer stein. Summons having been served on the County Commissioners, Auditor and Treasurer to answer in a certain action brought by German Friton as plaintiff, and the County Commissioners, Audi tor and Treasurer as defendants, it was on motion agreed to lay the same on thejtable. On motion agreed, that Com. Koch and Manderfeld are appointed a com mittee to confer with the Sisters of the Hospital for the keeping of Mrs. Groeb ner. an unfortunate woman of New Ulm, and Julius Johnson, a destitute man of Sleepy Eye. On motion agreed, that the county Auditor issue orders on the Treasurer in favor of Wm. Bruce, Geo. Hart and Andrew O. Wiken. On motion, the application of Chas. Berg, of Sleepy Eye,for auctioneer's li cense is grantedprovided that he give bond to the treasurer of Brown county in the penal sum of $1000 in pursuance of law. On motion the petition of Henry Aron, to be set off from school district No. 28 to school district No. 45, is granted a hearing on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 1888. On motion the board adjourned to 2 o'clock P. M. AFTERNOON SESSION. The board met pursuant to adjourn ment at 2 o'clock. All present. On motion agreed, that the petition of Michael Schraepfer, to be set of from school district No. 28 to school district No. 45, be granted a hearing on Tuesday Jan. 3d, 1888. The report of Commissioner Ball re garding the rental of poor farm was on motion accepted. The petition of Gudmund Anderson, Ole Jorgenson and others, referring to the building of a new court house" for and by the county of Brown, and re questing the commissioners not to build until the countv has paid its now bond ed indebtedness, was on motion laid on the table. On motion agreed, that the quit claim deed tendered by the City of New Ulm to the County of Brown for the so called court house square in New Ulm be accepted,, and the auditor is hereby ordered to have the same recorded. On motion the^ following resolution was agreed to, to wit: Whereas, the firm of Lind & Hag berg, Attorneys at law, residing at Ne'w Ulm. have offered their services with out compensation from the county of Brown, to defend the county commis sioners, countv auditor and county treasurer in a certain action brought by German Friton as plaintiff, and the board of county commissioners, the county auditor and the county treasur er defendants, and the county attor ney consenting thereto, now therefore be it. Resolved, That the services of said Lind &Hagberg be aceeptedto defend inai action, said services to be per formed by said Lind & Hagberg with out any'expense or compensation what ever from the said county of Brown. Architects with their plans for new court house being present, it was on motion agreed to examine into said plans for the most feasible selections. On motion the board adjourned to 9 o'clock A, M. to-morrow. TUESDAY,Sept. 27, 1887. The board met pursuant to adjourn ment at 2 o' oclock,A. M. All present. On motion the board audited and al lowed the following bills to wit: Geo. D. Barnard, books and sta tionery PioneetPressdCo. do do do do do do bill $15.00 allowed J. L. Mueller, digging grave S. A George, court clerk fees F.D.Greene, constable fees H. Mc. Bain, witness fees The bill of J.. B. Schmid $6.00 for cleaning cistern being considered too high, was laid over. On motion agreed, that the county treasurer be requested to submit an ad ditional bond of $25,000.00 to the board of county commissioners for the better security of the county funds at the ses sion of the board Jan. 3d, 1888. On motion agreed that Cari F. Struk, of Minneapolis, is hereby appointed and employed as architect, and that Commissioners Koch, Ball and Mander feld are appointed a committee to con fer with said Carl F. Struk to furnish plans, specifications, etc., for a new court house to be built on the so-called court house square in New Ulm pro vided a feasible agreement can be en tered into between said Carl Struk and the appointed committee. On motoon thOpard adjourned to 2 o'clock .P M^2fe AFTEBNOON SESSION. tfe The board met pursuant to adjourri ment at 5 o'clock P. M. All present. On motion agreed that the committee on court hoase convene at the auditor's office on Monday October 10, 1887, at 10 o'clock A. M. It was, on motion agreed that when, the board adjourns it adjourns subject call of jheur chairman.. $44.00 18.05 1.91 27.50 5.82 1*50 4.00 15.36 8 00 2.50 11.00 1.75 29.90 4.40 1.12 NEW ULM, BROWN COUNTY, MINN., WEDNESDAY, October B, 1887. WHOLE NUMBER, 308*^ On motion, the board agreed to allow Mrs. Miesener,and family of New Ulm, $5 a month hereafter instead of $4. On motion the board adjourned. E. P. BEBTKAND, Cl'k of Board. E. G. KOCH, Ch. Board of Co. Com. MINNESOTA NEWS. Gen. Israel Garrard, of Frontenac has donated to the "Convent of Ursu ine Nuns of Lake City," a tract of 73- acres of land at Point au Sable, on Lake Pepin, two miles below Frontenac, for a convent and girls' school, on condition that buildings costing not less than $25,000 be erected before May 1, 1897. The Hastings Harvester Company has voted to sell its contract, machin ery and patterns owing to the opposi tion of certain parties threatening legal proceedings to restrain the city from assisting the company financially, in accordance with the result of the special city elections. The Winona Southwestern railroad is surveying two routes west from Uti ca, one of which passes through Lanes boro. The route to be finally selected will be determined before snow flies. David Malbot, of Corcoran, was kicked in the head by a horse. An Anoka surgeon removed 20 pieces of fractured skull, and thinks the man will recover. Magnus Oleson, aged 35, was killed by lightning while standing in the door way of his residence at Franconia. He leaves a young wife. Rev. Father Trobec, for 25 years pas tor of the Catholic church at Wabasha has been transferred to North St. Paul, Lightning struck the residence of M. Madigon, of Waseca, and badly dam aged it. The inmates escaped unhurt. Lucius Kyse, of Waseca, was severe ly injured by falling from a scaffold at the county fair. Geo. Sondermann. aged 13, had his leg crushed by the breaking of an axle tree at Hastings. A CARD. The public is hereby notified that a cigar manufacturer in St. Peter, has un scrupulously, without my consent or sanction, and in an underhanded way taken the brand-name of my celebrated White Rose Cigars, This is a base at tempt to undermine my trade on this brand and to build a false reputation for his goods on the widespread reputa tion my "Original White Rose Cigars" have achieved in a period of four years. As my only recourse is in the justness and love of fair play which ever exists in the public mind, I take this method of notification and leave the rest to your sense of fairness. Respectfully L. A. MALMO, Factory No. 4. N. B. When purchasing the "White Rose" please be sure that the brand on top of box reads "L. A. Malmo's Origi nal White Rose" and thus favor me and protect yourselves. Renews Her Yuth. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa, tells the following remark able story, the truth of which is vouch ed for by the resident of the town: "I am 73 years old, have been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many years could not dress myself without help. Now I am free from *nil pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for having renewed my youth, and removed completely all disease and pain." Try a bottle, only 50c. at C. L. Roos' Drug Store. 4 Bucklen a Arnica Salve The best salve in 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. I is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refund ed. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by C. L. Roos. Louis Buenger, Cor. Minn, and 3d North Sts., IHEW ULM, MOT. and Dealer in all Kinds of tfiJfWiWfls}. v.* ARBUCKLES' name on a package of COFFEE is a guarantee of exoeHence^j^^t %g ARIOSF:_ COFFEE is kept in all first-class stares from the Atlantic to the Pacific. COFFEE is nevar good when exposed to the air. Always bnythis brand inhermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. GENERAL SEWS. Thos A. Armstrong, editor of the Na tional Labor Tribune, is dead. Chan Ah Chuck, a Chinaman, was hanged at San Francisco for murder. One man alone held up and robbed the passengers of two stage coaches in Texas. Police broke up a meeting at Jersey City, called to sympathize with the Chi cago anarchists. The debt, less cash in the treasury, is 81,255,526,396. The reduction in Sep tember was $14,247,969. Miners in the Springfield, 111. district are on a strike for an advance to 67J cts per ton. Wm. Dickson, foreman of the Gui teau jury, is likely to be oppointed post master at Washington. Twenty-six Detroit street car drivers and conductors have been discharged for "knocking down." Judge Greshamsays he never thought of such a thing as being candidate for the presidency. Rev. Henry Clemens, a Methodist minister of Millersburg, O.. committed suicide while temporarily insane. Crow Indians are committing depre dations near Fort Shaw, Mont The military forces are awaiting orders. Mrs. Winger, wife of a prominent dry goods merchant of Omaha, has eloped with a man named A.. J. Cul ver. Commissioner of Education Dawson wants an appropriation of $50,000 for the organization of schools in Alaska. The St. Louis Republican prints a 11- column report of the debates at the secret sessions of the Grand Army en campment. Forty people were injured and Lewis Kolb probably fatally hurt by the breaking of the grip of a Cincinnati cable car. A member of the Chicago Trade and Labor Assembly wants President Cleve land to visit Milwaukee and Blue Island avs. and see the city's poor. Mistook the Joint. London Exchange: Come doctor," said the hostess, you are very skillful 1 will give you the honor of carving." "With pleasure madame." And immediately be begins his task. He is very absent minded, and when he has.finally made a deep cut in the leg of mutton he stops, takes a roll of linen and some lint out of his pocket and carefully bandages the wound. Then after regarding it critically, he re marks, wish professional gravity, while the guests are stupefied with astonish ment. "There, with rest and good care there is nothing to fear." 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