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HEW DIM VICINITY.
Tlie cistern at the elevatoi is being
P.- 0. Held has built an addition to
lu.s furmtiue store, on Centre stieet.
Tho grading on Third North street
The prajiie chicken crop this year,
it is said^ wall be very abundant.
The County Commissioners met as a
board of equalisation last Monday.
Flunk Lcibold has opened a bar
bin shop the room lately occupied
by Mrs Walton as a lhilhnih.\' store.^,
Now tluit gieen cucumbers have
made theii appearance oiu doctors
wear a moie pleasant countenance.
Last Friday II. jtf. Hills, ot Golden
(late, In ought into the Review oilicea
head oi timothy measuring 1U% inches.
Beat it, if you can.
The weather the past four or five
days has been most uncomfortably hot."
On Saturday the thermometer indicat
ed 102 in the shade.
The iiim ol Ericson & Gerald, Beaver
Falib, has been dissolved. Mr. Ericson
letnes tiom the business leaving J. ti.
Gerald sole proprietor.
The letter from our foreign corres
pondent, which appears on first page,
is quite instiuctive and interesting,
and should receive apeiusal by all our
i eaders. Geo. Bickelhaupt lesigned the sheriff
alty of Brown county last'Thursday.
Comment is unnecessary. The County
Commissioners will meet in regular
session next week, when liis successor
will be appointed.
Mrs. Guetling, at the Arbeiter Hall,
is now prepared to accommodate all
lovers of ice cream on tho afternoon
and evening of .every Tuesday, Thurs
day and bunday. bee her notice
J. T. Williams, of Mankato, special
mail agent of (he Post Oilice Depait
ment tor the last six yeais, has resign
ed his position and S. P. Child, of Blue
Eaith City, has been appointed as his
We leain from tho St. Petci Tiibune
that a salmon was lately caught in Lake
Emily, measuring about 14 inches. The
Tiibune bays that theie itn mistake
about it being a genuine salmon, and
that it must be one oi the Ih-bt lot
planted in the lake, some loiu years
llov. Henry Ward Beecher iy an
nounced to delivei a lectuie at Manka
to on the 2Dth of this month. The
pi ice of admission has been placed at
one dollar a person. This will prob
ably be the best opportunity oiu citi
zens will ever have of hearing this
dibtmgiushul man. Oidersloi tickets
can be sent to M. Pope, Geo. I.
Lidgerwood, or I). B. Owen, Mankato.
Quite a number of ladies and gentle
men assembled at the residence ot J.
V. Gulden,in the town ot Cottonwood,
last .Sunday, it being the 5Uth annivei
saiy oi John's biithday. Under the
kind attentions of mine host and host
ess, aided by a "nunibei ot assistants,
the guests spent the time very pleasant
ly, and when the company broke up all
v. ished that John might live to cele
biato his IGOlh birthday.
The ladies are making great prepara
1ions for the lair to be held at Tinner
Jlull next Saturday. Thetair will cont
inence at 10 a. m. and continue during
the day. The admission to the fair is
f)0 cents, but each ticket entitles the
bearer to paiticipate in the allotment
of prizes, which by the way aie nu
meious and sonic ot them quite costly.
The admission to the evening entei
tainment is 25 cents, and as ""will be
been by the programme in another col
umn the entertainment, will be veiy
amusing and interesting. As the pro
ceeds go for a worthy cause, we hope to
see our citizens tuin out to make the
fair a success^
The managers ?of the Chicago &
Northwestern and Winona k, St. Petei
lailroads passed this city last Wednes
day evening. After staking out sta
tions and depot ground along the Red
wood road they proceeded to the State
line, from which place Mai Huglutt,
Gen. Manager W. II. Johnson, chief
Engineer S. Sanborn, Supt. W. S.
Mellen, Asst. Gen. Freight Agont and
several others will proceed with cov
ered wagons,via Lake Kampeska,to the
Missouri river. We understand that
it is the company's intention to
extend the road from Lake Kampeska
to the Missouri at an early day, and
the party above referred to go acjwss
the country preparatoiy to making a
survey of the route.
CITY CAUCUS.The Republican"city
caucus met in Turner Hall last Friday
-evening. On motion John C. Rudolph
was elected chairman, and J. Bobleter
isecretary. The following delegates
,were elected to the county convention:
John C. Rudolph, A. Blanchard, E.
Brandt, Wnj Frank, Jos. Bobleter.
John Neumann and Wm. Gieseke.
On motion the following city com
mittee was appointed for the ensuing
A. Blanchard, Wm. Gieseke and J.
The caucus thereupon adjourned!'
^os. BOBLETER, JOHN C. RUDOLPH,
.ta*8MSecretary. Wl Chairman.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
Pursuant to call the Republicans of
Brown county met in delegate conven
tion, at the Court House in the city of
New Ulm, Saturday, July 13th, at 2 o'-
clock p. m.
The convention was called to ordei
by Albeit Blanchard, chairman of the
Republican county committee, who, on
motion, was elected chairman of tho
conventiqn, and Ernst Brandt secre
On motion the chairman appointed
Jos. BobleJser, IC. II. Helling and John
C.Rudolph a committee on credentials,
who repotted that the following dele
gates were entitled to seats in the con
ALBIONL. D. Rice and II. Hai
EDKNGeo. Heart. Authorized to
cast two votes.
HOMEH. Weiring. W. Green and
A. S. Larabee. Authorized to cast 4
LINDENIv. II. Helling, Mads Ou
ren and Ole Scerlin.
MILFORDAnton Henle. Autho
rized to cast 2 votes.
N EW TJLMJohn C. Rudolph, A.
Blanchard, E, Biandt, Wm. Piank,
Jos. Bobleter, John Neumann and W.
The report of the committee on cre
dentials was adopted.
On motion the following named
gentlemen were elected delegates to
the Second District Republican Con
A. Blanchard, Jos. Bobleter, P. J.
Moe and John Neumann.
On motion the delegates present at
Shakopee were instructed to cast the
full vote of the county.
Geo. Heart offeiedthe following re
solution which was adopted by a u
RESOLVEDThat reposing especial
trust &nd confidence in Hon. II. B.
Strait, who during his service as our
repiesentative in the Congiess of the
United States, lias by his untiring de
votion to the inteiests of his constitu
ents, by his irreproachable character,
by his lidelity to the principles and
party he repiesents. and by t1 uni
form promptness with which he has
attended to the wants oi each indi
vidual constituent, without logaid to
his standing, locality, national oi pait^
ainlation. won the respect ot the whole
people, we heieby lequest that oui de
leg,ites to the Second Pistuct Repub
lican Congie-siona Convention use all
honorable means to secure his renomir
On motion E. Biandt, II. B. Con
stant* and Wm. Gieseke weie elected
by acclamation as delegates to the Re
publican State Convention.
A motion was adopted that the dele
gates to the Senatorial convention be
elected by ballot, and the chairman ap
pointed J. C. Rudolph and A. S. Laia
bee as tellers.
The following gentlemen were elect
ed delegates to the 37th Dist, Repub
lican Seuatoiial convention:
Geo. Ilealt, C. Brandt, K. II. Hel
ling, S. D. Peterson. B. F. Webber,
A. Blanchard, L. D. Rice and II. B.
Oi. motion the delegates present at
the Senatorial convention were in
btructed to cast the full vote of tlie
Jos. Bobleter offered the following
lesolution which was adopted unani
RESOLVEDthat the delegates elect
ed to attend the 37th distuct Senatori
al convention are hereby instructed to
use all honoiable means to secure the
nomination of a Brown Qpunty Repub
On motion the convention adjourned
E. BRANDT. A. BLANOIIARD,
-Peter J. Moe and M.
The hot weather of Friday and Satur
day was followed by a terrific wind and
rain storm Sunday afternoon, fact
the worst storm of the season. The
storm struck New Ulm from the north,
passing in a southerly direction, the
wind blowing a perfect gale, while the
ram came down toirents. The dam
age to the growing crops is great. Pas
sing through the townot Cottonwood a
few hours' after the storm, a sad sight
mot our gaze. All species of small
grain, which had a few hours before
stood pioud and upright, promising an
abundance to the tillers of the soil, had
been laid low by the storm. Tlie oats,
which .are very heavy, looked as if a
huge roller had been driven over them.
The fanners look despondent, and say
that some of the grain, especially oats,
will not straighten up enough toadmit
of cutting, while some, with favorable
weather, may straighten up enough so
that it can be cut one way. We aie
glad to state that the track of the
storm extended oil a few miles west
s.|fii 1 s4^ j*$ty$
While the storm last Sunday was at
its Height a strong current of electrici
ty entered the- Nicollet Station depot,
on the telegraph- wires,,$etyiiig fire to
and completely 'cfestroymg^the depot
with all its contents. Our depot would
have shared a similar fate if the station
men had not been in the depot, as we
understand that the strong currents of
electricity passing along on the wires
set fire to articles in the depot jseveral
times, although the wires were discon
The special school meeting held at
Turner Hall last Monday evening was
not as largely attended as the meeting
should have been.
On motion of Mr. Westphal, after
considerable discussion, a resolution
was adopted, by a large majority vote,
to the effect that it is the sense of the
meeting that a new school house is not
necessary and that none be built. Mr.
Wagner then stated that the old school
house was in an unfit condition and
that repairs would have to be made at
once. He also stated that under the re
solution which had been adopted some
time ago tor the building of anew school
house expenses had been incurred
which had to be met. Oa motion of
Mr. Fischer the following resolution
was adopted very near unanimous
ResolredTo authorize the Board of
Education to issue bonds of the district
to the amount of $800, for the purpose
of repairing the old school house and
to pay expenses incurred in making
preparation for the contemplated new
The meeting thereupon adjourned.
We noticed that the majority of those
that were against the building of a
new school house are our lightest tax
payers, while tho majority ot those in
favor of it, are our heaviest tax pay-
The folio wing named gentlemen were
installed last Thursday evening as of
ficers of Progiess Lodge No. 28, A. O.
U. W.. lor the" ensuing term:
O. Hanft and Dr. BerryP. M. W.
Alfred WaltonM. W,
Charles WagnerG. P.
II. B. ConstansRecorder,
John C. RudolphFinancier.
Jacob HceischelerI. W.
Henry Henschen0. W.
Oscar Hanft has also received the
appointment of Deputy Grand Master
ot the order, for this district. Tlje
lodge in this city now numbers 37
members. The 50th Minnesota Bczirk's-Turn-
The Waseca Tinners are' making
elaborate pi eparatiens tor tho lOthMjn
nesotaBemka-TuriU'est, which will be
held then city on the 8th, 9th, 10th,
Uth.and 12th,oi next month. The first
and last days will bo devoted respective
ly to welcoming of, and bidding adieu
to, the guests, and the other days to
social enjoyment. The following is the
Thuisday, 8th.Reception of guests.
Friday, 9th.Assembly of delegates
for the tiansaction of business proces
sion prize turning and other gymnastic
Satuiday, 10th.Exercises in turn
ing and gymnastics, tor beginners, and
Sunday 11th.One hundredth anni
versary of the birthday ol Jahn.foundei
of the Turner society, gi and picnic and
distribution of prizes.
Monday, 12th.-- Departure of guests.
The Waseca Ih raid saj that the
managers of the M. & St. L. railway,
with their characteristic courtesy, con
sented to reduce the fare to half rates
diumg the "Fest," and on Sunday a
tiain ot five coaches will aruve from
Minneapolis and way stations, rcturu
lxig the evening.
A large delegation will no doubt go
from this,city, and an effort should
also be made to induce tho Railroad
Co. to run an excursion train leaving
here Sunday morning and return the
The Fourth of July was celebrated
at Tracy becoming to citizens of our
great Republic. It is thoPgeneral be
lieve that we frontier people are some
what rough and ready, but anyone who
witnessed our celebration must ack
nowledge that a more orderly assembly
of so mixed a crowd could not be held.
Tim day was all that could be wished
for. and the programme was carried
out in good style. There were about
1900 people ia our little place, and judg
ing by their happy faces they all en
joyed themselves hugely."
The oration was delivered by Capt.
Aldrich of Murray county. The Mar
shall brass band furnished some good
music and added considerable to the
success of tho day. The display of
fire works was very good. Fire crack
ers during the day were very plenty,
but everything passed off without an
accidents Young America was happy
and has commenced to save his pennies
already for fire crackers for the next
Fomth. The festivities? of the day
wound up with a jolly hop. 117 couples
danced until broad daylight Friday
morning. The boys made it a success.
[The above was intended for last
week's issue, but was not received in
time. Editor.] w^:**
Every family shonld keen in their house spmo pre
paration for Accidents and acute disensesj.sn.cii JB*
Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Diphtheria, Sore
Thi oat. Barns Scalds, Sprains, Ctits, Urnises also
Colic. Paii Inflamation in the Bowels. These axe
painful nndfleeil immediate treatment. IJTuclrpafb,
large doctor bills', and even life may^beave(t fty
having something ready for nse, Gfo to your drug
jrist and t?et a iiottle of Bftlly's Death to Tinn. Use
for the abovo, and everytlung Jt is recommenced
for, and if it fails'to give reliuf, youi'mo"ifey wiji be
refnnded. It is. used internally and externally.
Don't hesitate tose^ remedy endorsed by physi
cians, andVmftfe the proprietor taftes aft the risk.
For sale by all Druggists. Try it for yourself. Jos.
Bobleterfceeps it1tf Ne*^ TJlm. Also
eter, L. a?3)y, Owatgnna Minn., who will sspply
Tory Oleson, of the pedagogic fra
ternity, is spending his vacation with
relatives and friends in Delavan Star
Senator Linau, of Carver county,
was in our city Thursday, trying to
infuse some enthusiasm into our Demo-,
cratic friends on the congressional
Judge Robt.Deacon, ,of Red Wing,
was in our city last Friday looking
after the interests of M.. S. Chandler,
of Goodhue county, in tho congression
Mrs. Louisa Erd, of St. Paul, Was in
the city last week looking for a suitable
location for a millinery store,- but not
finding a room adapted to her wants
she returned to St. Paul Monday morn
C. Langenbeck, representing the
wholesale liquor house of Benz &
Becht, of St. Paul, was in the city last
Friday. Mr. Langenbeck succeeds Mr.
Hachtmann, the latter having been as
signed to a position in the house, Mr.
Hachtmann made a host of friends
during his several years travel, all of
whom will be sorry to hear that they
will have, to dispense with that radiant
smile that can only issue forth from
Mi. Hachtmann's broad countenance.
Tho grand steamboat excursion that
had been arranged by the band boys
for last Sunday, came to naught Mr.
Nix, the director of the band, received
a letter from Mr. Ilintermann, the
owner of the steamer Ottei, last Fii
day morning, saying that the boat had
sprung A leak and was filled with water,
so the excursion had to be abandoned.
We are sorry that the undertaking
failed, as tlie hoys would have made a
success of it socially as well as
ANTEDA boy 10 or 17 years old,
at Frank, the Haircutter'sBarber
Shop, to learn the baiber trade.
OS'JVBetween Sleepy Eye and
4ibeiia. Satuiday, July 13th, a pock
et-book containing SI 1.50 in money,
and a promisory note for $40.00, drawn
favor of John Vine, and signed by
Geo. Hopkins. The finder will be lib
erally rewaided by leaving same at
this office, oi at Mm fin & Knudsen's
stoie, in Sleepy Eye.
ROPOSALS for repairing Central
house will be received by tlie
undeisignod, until Monday, July 22d,
at 4 o'clock p. m. Information will be
given by II Keller, at Kiesling Co's.
store. By order of the School Board,
C. F. IIEERN and H. KELLER,
I would respectfully announce that
I have opened an Ice Cieam Saloon, in
basement of the Arbeiter Hall, and will
be preparod to dispense Ice Cream
eveiy afternoon and evening of the
following days: Tuesdays, Thursdays
}IRS. JULIUS GUETLING.
Sealed proposals for a loan to the
City of New Ulm, not exceeding the
amount of two thousand live hundred
dollars ($2,500,) will be received either
tor the full amount of this sum or for
parts thereof not less than live hundred
dollars ($500,) each, at tho oilice of the
City Clerk until Saturday the 20th day
ot July, 1878, at 1 o'clock p. M. The
rate of interest, payable semi-annually,
must be mentioned in such proposals.
The time fixed for paying back said
sum of $2500. is two years for one half
theieof ($1250,) and thice years for the
The City Council reserves the right
of ejecting any or all proposals.
New Ulm, July 2d, 1S78.
By order ot the City Council.
JACOB NIX, CITY CLERK.
Brown County, Minn. $
In the Matter of the Estate of, Wil
liam Williams, Deceased. ff
On reading and filing the petition of
Elizabeth Jones, praying for reasons
therein set forth, that Letters of Ad
ministration be issued to her, -_
It is ordered that Saturday, the'10th
day of August, 1878, at 10 o'clock in
the'forenoon, bo assigned for the hear
ing of the said petition, and that the
heirs at law of the said deceased, and
all other persons interested in said
Estate are requiied to appear at a ses
sion of the Probate Court, then to be
holdenatthe Probate Office, in said
County, and show cause, if any there
be, why the prayer of said petitioner
should not be granted.
And it is further ordered, that "the
said petitioner give notice to all per
sons interested in said Estate, of the
pendency of said petition and the hear
ing thereof, by causing a copy of this
order to be published in the New Ulm
Review, a weekly newspaper printed
and published at New Ulm. in said
County of Brown, for three successive
weeks previous toteak day of hearing.
\f Dated at NewMm, this" 15th day
of July, A,D.l87g-
A. J&*&>haf Judge of Efblfeie^
Brown County Minn
Arranged by ladies of New Ulm for
the benefits the
CHILDREN'S fMMSIUMS 11.
qf the NEW ULM TURNVEREIN,^
on Saturday, Jirtf SOth, IS.
Fair will open at 10 o'clock A. M.
Gymnastic performance by the pu
pils of the gymnasium, and music in
Allotment and distribution of gifts
at 3 o'clock P. M.
Tickets for fair and allotment 50 cts.
ITS THE EVENING:
MAN SOLLDENTEUFEL nicht
an die WAND MALEN.
(Fare in 1 Act)
"MeLAINS CHILD:' Declamation
by Miss Eda Behnke.
"BATTLE WITH THE AMAZONS.*'
At the closes A Crjraiul Hop.
Tickets for the evening 25 Cents.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Sab ajid Stable,
ANTON BREY4 Proprifttr,
Centre Street, New Ulm, Minn.
would jwupcotfntly tftwmnca to the people of
New Ulm H vicjnity that have opened a first
class Livfy,-Safe jind Feed Stable, at MCarty'a old
stand,.on Centre street, andthat I am fully prepared,
to furnish good fivej teatua with top or open bug.
gies or easy wagons o abort, notice.
Hurrah For Low Prices!
The undersigned will offer
20 pouads of dried apples for $1.00
5 good Rio coffee $1.00
1 Japan Tea, good qual
Peaches, 3 pouud eons, per can 20ct.
Swiss Cheese, bestinthe market,
per pound, 15ct.
1 Keg Holland Herring Oct.
1 Keg Russian Sardines 85ct.
And the balance of their stock of dry
goods, groceries, hats, caps and notions
at greatly reduced prices. Highest
market price paid for produce,
SAMPLE ROOM BILLIARD HALL,
IN BAJSEME3TT OP
The best of Wines, Liquors and Cl
gars constantly kept on hand.
Louis Felkel, Prop'r.
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
Default has been made In tho conditions of a cer
tain Moj-tpnpe executed nfjd deliveied by Mnrla 8.
fcncjv, (a widow,) of Saint Paul, Rnniwy County,
Minnesota, mortgagor, to Wajien II. Penn, of the
p:nne p( ice, mortgagee dated the 24th day of May,
A. D. eighteen hundred nnd Seventy-two,(1872) and
iceorded as a mortgage in the office of the Register
ot'Deeds of the county of tfrown In the State of
Minnesota, on the 31st day of May, A- D. 1872, at 4
o'clock m., in book ot MortgHgen, on page 486,
on \t Inch there is claimed to be due at the date of
tins notice, the amount of ftx Hujulnnl nnd Sexenty
he\enPollajs aid forty throe cents, (SW7.43) for
principal and inteiest on the promfoaary noto de
scribed said Mortgage, and no action or proceed.
ing has lce instituted at Jaw or In equity to re
cover tlie debt now remaining aecurad by eaid mort
gage o any pait theieof.
Notice is hereby given, that by virfcoe offtpower
of sale contained said mortgage, and of the sta
tute in such case mdc nnd provided, the naid mort
gage will be foiockwed by a aale ot the mortgaged
piemiscs therein described which sale will be mde
at the froi.t door of the Office of Register of Deeds
the City oi New Ulm, In the County of Brown
andStato of Minnesota, at public anctidn by the
Sheriff of said county to tho highest bidder for cash,
on Tuesday tho Twentieth (20th) day of August. A.
eighteen hundred and seventy Bight, at Twelve
(12) o'clock, noon, to satisfy the amount which
shall then be due on Raid mortgage, with the inte,
ipbttheieon, and costs and expenses ot sale, and
Tendollnis attorneys fees, as stipulated in said
moi tgage in case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage, and so
to be sold, are thek pieces or parcels ofland sit
County ot Brown antd MateroffMin-
the Nort Wes quarte Sec
nesota, nnd known and described as follows, to-wit:
"three (3,)and thio East halfof the North East qnar-
Township one hundred and nine
(109,) of Range thirty two (32) West, in tiie Dis
'tiict of lands subject to sale at St. Peter, now at
NowfJlm, containing one hundred and fifty-seven,
"and eighty four hundredths (157.S1-100) ofan acre
'according to Government Survey." "Excepting
"from the above, the following described pieces or
"land, sold heretofore to Honry S. Back, and Christ
"opher Weist, re8pectivoly,to-wit:*'Commencing at
":i point eighteen!l8)chainsNoj th of thequarter Sec.
"post, between Sections three nnd four, Township
"one hundred and nine, (109) North, Mange thirty
"two (32) West, of the fifth principal Meridian
"thence running West, ten (W) chains, thence
"North twelve (12) chains and seventeen (17) links
"thence East four chains and twenty links thence
"South four (4) chains thenceSouth G6 East seven
"chains and four (4) links, thence Bonth four (4\
"chains, and seventeen (17) links, to the point et
"beginning: Containing Eight 69-100 acres, more or
"Commencing at or near a point sixty rods North
"of the South East corner of the Sooth EartcSr
"ofthe South East quarter of Sectionfonr (4
"Town one hundred and nine (109.) Ranm thtrtv
"twp (32.) fifth principal MeriAan on"to^st Hae
"of sajd quarter Section, from thence Northon aald
"line, twelve (12) rods, North from thence twenty
"(20) rods due West, from said IineVfrSm theSce
"South twelve(12) rods, from thSSStSSttSSS
 rods to the point of commencement, con
taining 11-2 acres, more or less."
Together with all the hereditaments and apparte.
nwaces thereunto belonging or in anywise apper-^
Said real estate will be sold in separate parcels!
in tho order named, lessjhe parcels expressly ex.
HARVEY OFFTCER, WAWtEN H- DEAN,
Atty. for Mortgagee Mortgagee.
St. Paul, Mina,