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HEW E AND VICINITY.
Bluebenies at Pfeffeile's at 15 cents a quart. Our merchants are paying 7 cents for butter, and 7 cents for eggs. Before another issue of the BEVIEW the rye and barley harvest will have faiily commenced. The County Commissioners will meet in regular session next Monday, July 15th. We would call the attention of the moneyed men to the notice of our city clerk, which appears in another col limn i Chas, Brust is the most patrioticciti zenln town. He kept the stars and stripes waving over^ the. Merchants' three days. Commissioner Wagner will sell at auction to-day, at 1 p. m., at the big Cottonwood bridge, a lot of old pine planks. Anton Brey makes known through the columns of the Beview that he has opened a livery, sale and feed stable at McCarty's old stand, on Centre street. We would remind "All the girls of Iberia" that correspondents must in variably favor us with their names, if they wish that their communications receive attention. The Republican county convention for the election of delegates to the Re publican State, Congressional and 37th District Senatorial conventions meets in this city next Saturday. We understand that the band boys have arranged an excursion to West Newton, on the steamer Otter, next Sunday. Fare for the round trip only 35 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Kuhlmann are visiting relatives and friends in Canton, Ohio. They expect to be absent about four weeks, from the time of their depart ure. George, don't eat too many of those sweet cherries We hear that John Gabriel, fit West Newton, has left for parts unknown, taking his best team with him. He has a wife and several children who would be pleased to hear of his where abouts. What is home without a baby? Many children have Coughs and Colds just now and should have the greatest care and a bottle of Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup Prize only 25 cents a bottle. Fold by Jos. Bobleter. A twelve year old son of Mr. Huells kamp, of West Newton, met with a sad accident on the 4th. Another boy threw afire cracker into his face just as it exploded, from the effects of which he has lost the sight of one eye. The new band astonished the natives on the Fourth. Considering the exces sive heat of the day and the short time the band has been organized the music was very creditable to the boys. Es pecially was the good time kept by them commended by everybody. A good omen. We noticed Ed. Collins, our former County Superinten dent, parading the streets Monday evening with a cradle under his arm. He endeavored to explain it away how ever by saying that it wasintented for Blanchard's widow and six. Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup takes the lead of all medecines for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Sore Throat, and Pulmonary complaints generally. Call on your druggist and try a bottle of it. Price only 25 cents. Sold in the City Drug Store, New Ulm. A Republican caucus will be held at Turner Hall next Friday evening for the purpose of selecting sevendelegates to represent the city in the Republican county convention, which will be held at the Court House, next Saturday. See call for caucus in another column. Fr. Keller, who so misteriously dis appeared last week, along with sever al hundred dollars and valuable papers belonging to Mrs. Keller No. 2, has been heard from. He went from here to Milwaukee, and ever since his arriv al in that city has been actively en gaged in writing letters to different parties in this city. Dr.Yarnall, of St. Paul, whovisited this place on two previous occasions, will be at theDakotaHouse next Satur day and Sunday. The doctor treats all chronic diseases such as rheumatism, dyspepsia, deafness, sore throat, ca tarrh, etc. The doctor will be in Sleepy Eye Thursday and Friday, July 10th* and 11th. *J-WrtT*ll!f *h*TU JB8 The ladiesof New Ulm, aswiil be seen by a-notice -another coluorar have arranged a grand fair for the benefit of the children's gymnasium of the New Ulm Tumverein, to be held at Turner Hall, July 20th. Thaundeiv taking is a movein the right direction, and our citizens should give the ladies proper encouragement. But very little interest was taken in the special election held July 2d, and only 212 votes were polled. 137 were for authorizing the city council to bor- $2500 for bridge and street improve ments, an4 75 against. W6 understand that among the improvements con templated is along needed sidewalk on .Centre and Valley streets to the depot. ^\m*3** 4? Hf-m MiSUli n-**f./)to John Lind, who occasionally has charge of the Herald, must owe the ArbeiterHall anditsmanagers a grudge, as he has on two late occasions thrown out insiuations detrimental to the managers, and no doubt intended to prejudice the people against the hall. When the school house excitement was at fever heat he insinuated that the managers of the Arbetter Hall were opposed to the building of anew school house, because they wished to dispose of their hall to the Board of Education for that purpose,^ Being one of the so-called managers, and probably know as much of the inten tions of the others onthat score as Mr. Lind does, we would merely say that the insinuation was as silly as it is false. Every one knows how we stand on that question, and if any of the others see fit to oppose the erection of a new school house at this time, the fact of the matter has nothing to do whatever with the Arbeiter Hall. In last week's issue of the Herald, in his article of the doings on the 4th, he says: "A ball was also commenced at Arbeiter Hall but it concluded in a state of debauchery that cannot fail to reflect on the managers of that con- cern." Now we were present at the ball held at the 'concern" refered to until after twelve o'clock, and we have made diligent inquieries of parties who remained to the close of the ball, but we have yet to hear of a single cross word that was uttered, or of any persons that '-debauched" themselves. If Mr, Lind's sympathies are with the Turner Hall he certainly has a very ungentlemanly way of showing it. Chas. Wagner, clerk of the Board of Education, gives notice in another col umn of a special school meeting to be held at Turner Hall next Monday eve ning, at 7 p. m., for the purpose of again considering the feasibility of building a new school house, the amount of money to be raised for the purpose and to designate a site where it shall be built. Also to determine upon the issuing of bonds by the dis trict. The questions to be considered are important ones, and we hope to see everyone of the friends of the measure turn out to the meeting, as we under stand that a movement is on foot to de feat the project. As the electois of the city on a previous occasion very near unanimously voted that a new school house was a necessity, we can not comprehend why it should not be a necessity at this time. Look out for Horse Thieves. Horse thieves are becoming uncom fortably numerous in this vicinity A bold attempt was made on the nightof the 3d of July to steal four horses from the stable of Mr. Spellbring, inMilford. but through a watchful dogthe attempt was frustrated at the eleventh hour, so to say. The furious barking of the dog woke the family up about 12 o'- clock, and thinking that all was not right Mr. Spellbrinjr repaired to the stable, in front of which the dog had been barking. He found the stable door open and upon entering saw that four horses had been loosened, and that the thieves were in the act of putting bridles on them when they were dis turbed. Mr. Spellbring followed the thieves through acorn field for a short distance, but they made good their e& cape. Every farmer should be on the lookout and be prepared to give these midnight marauders a warm reception. PERSONAL. F. W. WetherbeA traveling sales- anforNoyes, Bros: & Cutler, of St. man Paul, spent Saturday inour city looking after tl\e wantsof his customers. Iberia Correspondence. IBERIA, July 6th, 1878. Editor Review: The Rustic B. B. Club (2d nine) played a match game of ball with the 1st nine of Albion boys, at Sleepy Eye, on the 4th the scores standing 24 for the Rustics to 22 for the Albion club. The game was umpired by L. C. Gru be. All of the young people from this place and vicinitytook a trip,via Sleepy Eye, to Burns on the 4th going on the morning train and returning in the afternoon. Theyexpressed themselves ashighly satisfied with the proceedings and with the way they were used by the people of Burns. IBEBXA, July 8th, 1878. MarriedIn Iberia, on Tory 4th, William Miner to Mary A Dungan, and Fred., Hopkins to Cora Farmer. The ceremonies were performed in the grove near Mr. Miner's, by Rev. $. H/McKee. The attendance was quite large, and the exercises inte resting. AJargo table waaspread^nder the trees, a numerousoompany sat down to the vlanda and discussed them with evident good relish, rhe wed. ding cake answered more than an ornamental ap pendage, for It wa* divided no and carried oft .and dreamed over. Rowers, bridal wreaths, crystal waters, and perfect husbands and charming wives loomed np as the prominent figures of nights mys tic virions. It would not surprise me to see some of the other young peopKfoUow suit. By all means, boys, enrage Mr. Miner's grove, and under its shady canopy, pledge your faith and love. Youth tithe time to marry, for then life is full of prophetic oeavty-and^Iossoms,ingli in voUpHoas pro. fusion. Fill ft a leetle too lafefibr th#oo|oi*nave changed to the flush of purahvand ysllow. Don't, girls, -marry old batobelon, for they are erasty and roar. Boys, don't marry old maids, siran them, for they ate autumn leT, and nave outlived tbeir sweetness and their bloom. Most of Iberia celebrated ibe Fourth at Burns. Sleepy Ej and Misers Grove. 5ML COCNTBVBOY. -*M}&^^*'*iir6#*tUK^^^ THE GLORIOUS 4TH. As on all previous occasions the day was becomingly celebrated by our citi zens. At sunrise Capt. Burg's battery belched forth the glad tidings that the 102d anniversary of our national inde pendence had dawned upon us. At 9 a. m. the Turnverein, Fire Department and Governor's Guard formed in pro cession and, accompanied by twc bands and the City Council, marched through the principal streets. After the parade the Governor's Guard proceeded to Schuetzen Garden where they had ar ranged a grand celebration. By 2 o'- clock an immence concourse of people had assembled, and Mr. H. A. Subilia delivered a pointed oration. The bal ance of the programme was carried out substantially as announced. H. A. Su bilia Jr. distinguished himself as the best shot, and received the first prize. H. A. Subilia Sr. the second, and O. Hanft the 3d, 4th and 5th. Frank Behnke carried off the honors in the foot race. Carl Forsters band had been engaged by the Guards for the occasion, and, true to their promise, made very good music. The festivities at the garden were kept up until dusk, when all returned to the city highly delighted with the days sport. A very pleasant programme was also carried out at Turner Hall Park, during the afternoon. In the evening balls were held at Turner and Arbeiter Halls, and both were well attended. The Arbeiter Hall was beautifully illuminated dur ing the first part of the evening. It is a query to us why more people are not maimed and killed outright when we see with what recklessness some people handle fire-arms, an illu stration of which we had on the morn ing of the 4th. A young man working for Mr. Wiechersky, wishing to have a little celebration on his own account, but having no fire crackers handy, drew his revolver when near the residence of Mr. Christian Scheible, on German street, with the intention of firing into the air. As he was in the act of rais ing the revolver it exploded, when on a line with the kitchen window, just as Mrs. Scheible stepped up to look out. The ball passed through a tin pan which Mrs. Scheible had in her hand and finally lodged in her corset with out otherwise doing any damage. The young man was arrested for his reck lessness but was released without a hearing. Every family shonld keep in their house Rome pre. paration for accidents and acute diseases, such ab Nenralgia, Headache, Toothache, Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds, Sprains, Cuts, Bruises: also Colic, Painb, Inflamation in the Bowels. These are painful and need immediate treatment. Much pain, large doctor bills, and even life may be saved by having something ready for use. Go to your drug, gist and get a bottle of Bixby's Death to Pain Use for" the above, and everything it is recommended for, and if it fails to give relief, your money will be refunded It is used internally and externally Don't hesitate to use a remedy endorsed by physi. clans, and which the proprietor takes all the risk. For sale by all Druggists. Try it for yourself. Jos Bobleter keeps it in New Ulm Also by the propri etor, Bixby, Owatonna Minn., who will supply the trade. ANUNDENIABLE TRUTH. You deserve to suffer, and if you lead a miserable, unsatisfactory life in this beautiful world, it is entirely your own fault and there is only one excuse for you,your unreasonable prejudice and skepticism, which has killed thousands. Personal knowledge and common sense reasoning' will soon show you that Green's August Flower will cure you of Liver Complaint, or Dyspepsia, with all its miserable effects, such as sick headache, palpitation of the heart, sour stomach, habitual costiveness, dizzi ness of the head, nervous prostration, low spirits, &c. Its sale now reach every town on the Western Continent and not a Druggist but will tell you of its wonderful cures. You can buy a Sample Bottle for 10 cents. Three doses will relieve you. For sale by Jos. Bobleter. Golden Gate Correspondence* GOLDEN GATE, JUNE 29th, 1878. Editor Review. The third andlast of the seriesof games of base ball between the Centennials of Golden Gate, and the Rustics of Iberia, was played at Iberia, June 24th, and resulted in a victory fortheCentennials by the following score: Centennials 1st inning 2d. 3d. 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th Mb 4 0 2 O 0 4 0 3 4 Total ftu Caanpamrtau, 1st inning 1 M. th Rustics. 1st Inning 2d. 2d. 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 17 4 0 3 O 2 1 0 1 3 14 J. Fitzgerald, Umpire. The Centennials also played a game with Ft. Ridgley boys, June 29th, and defeated them by the following score: T. RIDOUCYS, 1st inning r%4irtO 2d. 3d. 4th Z 6th "I 6th 7th 8th I il^l *L Sth^ mw t** *$' 1 7th ^-r*^ 8th &M*% 1 th ,4*3$--& a Total 13 W. Warring, Umpire. The Centennials were well pleased with the courtesy extended them. A. J. has tried it again but with no better success than before. He also tried to get his money back from the Centennials on a horse race but he found the Centennials had the fastest horse, and he lost again. Too bad, A. SPECTATOR. 1 J*$ $!#***- i$ar* HEW ADVERTISEMENTS OTICE is hereby given that I will pay no debts contractracted by Fr. Keller after this date. Mrs. Margaret Keller. New Ulm, Minn., July 10,1878. 2STOTIOE! Sealed proposals for a loan to the City of New Ulm, not exceeding the amount of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500,) will bereceived either for the full amount of this sum or for parts thereof not less thanfivehundred dollars ($500,) each, at the office of the City Clerk until Saturday the 20th day of 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 thereof ($1250,) and three years for the other half. The City Council reserves the right of rejecting any or all proposals. New Ulm, July 2d, 1878. By order of the City Council, JACOB NIX, CITY CLERK. Republican Caucus. The Republican electors of the city of New Ulm are cordially invited to meet in caucus, at Turner Hall, Friday, July 12th, at 7.30 p. m.. for the pur pose of choosing seven (7) delegates to represent the city in the Republican county convention called to meet at the Court House, Saturday, July 13th, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the caucus. By order of the COMMITTEE. CENTRE STREEr Sale and Feed Stable, ANTON BRET, Proprietor. Centre Street, New Ulm, Minn. I would respectfully announce to the people of New Ulm and vicinity that I have opened a first class Livery, Sale and Feed Stable, at MCarty's old stand, on Centre street, and that I am fully prepared to furnish good livery teams with top or open bug. gies or easy wagons on short notice ANTON BREY Grand Fair. Arranged by ladies of New trim for the benefit of the CHILDREN'S GYMNASIUM of the NEW ULM TURNVEREIN, on Saturday, July 20th, 78. Fair will open at 10 o'clock A. M. Gymnastic performance by the pu pils of the gymnasium, and music in the afternoon. Allotment and distribution of gifts at 3 o'clock P. M. Tickets for fair and allotment 50 cts. IN THE EVENING: Tkeater, declamations, dancing** and other amusements, includ ing the GRAND TABLEAU "BATTLE WITH THE AMAZONS." Full programme will apper in a later issue. Tickets for the evening 25 Cents. All are cordially invited to attend. LADIES' COMmiTTEE. Hurrah For Low Prices! The undersigned will offer 20 pounds of dried apples for $1.00 5 "good Bio coffee $1.00 1 Japan Tea, goodqual ity. 40ct. Peaches, 3 pound cans, per can 20ct. Swiss Cheese, bestinthe market, per pound, i5Ct. 1 Keg Holland Herring eoct. 1 Keg Russian Sardines 85ct. And the balance of their stock of dry goods, groceries, bats, caps and notions at greatly reduced prices. Highest market pricepaid for produce. NEUMANN & BOSSKOPF. CENTRE STREET "T SAMPLEROOM&BILLIARD HALL,ness IN BASEMENT OF ft*jrw ZieeOiaagr't? Bloclr. The be st of Wines, liquors and 5 gars constantly kept on hand. ^&z Loots Felkel,Proi'r. $,-WM**fc*4g itft'S it?* PROBATE NOTICE. i* Dated, Jane 2Mb, *"$ wz BROBATE COURT, I Brown County, Minn. $ In the Matter of the Estate of human C. Gilbert Deceased. On readirg and filing the petition of Theron L. Gilbert, praying lor reasons therein set forth, that letters of Ad* ministration be issued to Mm. It is ordered that Thursday the 11th day of July, 1873, at o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law of the said deceased, and afi other persons interested in said Estate are required to appear at a session of the Probate Court, then to be hoidwli at the Probate Office, in said County, *ad show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Audit is further ordered, tint the said petitioner give notice to a JI per* sons interested in said Estate, of the pendency of said petition-ant! ttwhear* ingtherof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the New Ulm Review, a weekly newseaper printed and published at New Ulm, in said County of Brown, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. New Ulm, June 15th, A. B. 18-7& A. WESTPHAL, Judge of Probate, MORTGAGE SALE. Default ban bees nwdefe the condftibmi of a certain Mortgage, bearing: date the 23d day of Oc tober, A D. 1875. executed and deiverod by Philip* M. Carr, and Nsrefcsa Cart, hfewfla mortgagors, to George Baumgartner, mortgagee wfefcft- mortgage was duly recorded in the oflfeaof BHafelw of Deeds, in and for the County of Browa, anuStartrtef Min nesota, on the 23d day of October, A 9.1875, at our half O'clock, AT, in Book "6" or Mortgages, on page 613. The amount claimed I* be-dm* mftf nnv paid at the date of this notice npmrtaM mi%- is the sum of Ninety-six DoHar* (f96.)r nJ no action or proceedings at law or other wise has been instituted to recover the amounts of said mortgage debt or any part thereof: Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage- con- tained, and pursuant to the statutee in sue*--case made and provided, said mortgage will b* lama. closed and the premises described In and covered by said mortgage, to wit: The Went half of the Southwest quarter, of Section Twenty.seven (27 and the East half at the south East quarter, of Sec tion Twenty-eight (28 in Township One Handset! and Nine (109) North, of Range Thirty-three (33) West, containing 160 acres according to Govern ment Survey, situated in the County of Brown and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and an Sighest urtenances, will be sold at pubH vends* to the bidder for cash, by the Sheriff of said Conn. ty, at the front door of the office of said Sheriff in the City of New Ulm, hi said County and State aforesaid, on Thursday, the 8th day of Aucost, AJD. 1878, at 10 o'clock A. M, for the purpose paying the money due upon said mortgage, together with twenty-five dollars attorney's lees stipulated In said mortgage to be paid in case of foreclosure, ana the disbursements allowed by law, subject to re demption at any tnae within one-xcar front the day of sale, as provided by law. Dated, New Ulm, Minn., June 3Mb. A. D. 1878. George Baumgartner, Mortgage*. J.Newhart, Attorney for Mortgagee. Notice of Mortgage Sale. Default has been made in the conditions of a cor am and delivered by Maria S. Back, (a widow,) of Saint Pan], Baassey County. Minnesota, mortgagor, to Warrea B. Sean, of tut tai Mortgag executed and delivered by Mari a 8~. n_..Mortgage t^0_v--executed satneiplace, morfga'gM dated~th* 24th dayf Mas! A. D. eighteen hundred and Seventy-tvo,Q8Z2) awf recorded as a mortgage fa the office of fa* SMcfster of Deeds of the county of Brown in the State of Minnesota, on the 31st day of May, A 1872, at 4 O'clock p. m, in book of Mortgages, on page 488. on which there is claimed to be due atthid*t cr this notice, the amount of Six Hundred and Seventy Seven Dollars and forty three cents, (t677.43 for principal and interest on the promissaxy note de scribed in said Mortgage, and no action or proceed, ing has been instituted at law or in equity to re cover the debt now remaining secured by said mort. gage or any part thereof Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the sta tute in such case made and provided, the said mort-. gage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described which sale will be mad* atthefrortdoor oftbe Office of Register of Deeds* in the City of New Ulm, in the County of Brown and State of Minnesota, at public auction by tba Sheriff of said county to the highest bidder for cash. on Tuesday the Twentieth 2ofa)da of August, h. eighteen hundred and seventy eight, at Twelv* (12) o'clock, noon, to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the ante. rest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale, and Ten dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated in said The premises described in said mortgage, and so .j be sold, are thefts, pieces or parcels ofland sit. uated in the County of Brown and State of Min. nesota, and known and described as follows, to-wit "The West half of the North West quarter of Sec" "three (3,)and theKaethalfofthe NorthTEastMSUW." ter of Sec four, in Townshipo one hundred ninea "(109.) of Rangea *Urtyt two*(32) WestTin&e Dfa! iP ?f "6* Peterand land8 5 bj now ctoBat NewUlm, containing one hundred and fifty-seven. and eighty four hundredths (157.84-100) of an acre! "according to Government Survey." 'Excentini?g "from the above, the following described pieces of 'Exceptin 'opher Welst, respectively,t6-wit:^ommencineat "a point eighteen(l8)chainsNorth of theQuarterfee post, between Sections three and four? Townshte "one hundred and nine, (109) North. Ranee tWrt? two(32) West, of thVflA prin^SeridhK "thence running West, ten (10) chains thenm North twelve (12) cbata. and UnB) ffika! "thence East four chains and twenty links. thenS "South four rt)chains thence s^SSft"* chains and jour links, thence South four "of said quarter Section, from thenceHrthnli35 "(80) rods due West, from said bneTrrm*. thl! "South twelve (12) rods? ftomthSSuTtwenl? "taming 11-2 acres, more or leas." vnmm* con Together with all the hereditaments and annul*. n-jnees thereunto belongteg or in Z^ i 8ald real estate will ba*old in nmnj. in the order named, Uu^^^^JS^n Mortgagee. St. Paul, Minn. 1878. SLEEP? EYE POST OFFICE NOTICE, $ H.IJW5B-B-PWJS, For the accommodation of our busi men, and the public generally, the Post Office will be open on Sundays from 9 to 11 a. m., and from 3 to 4 p. m., only. Mail going east will close every day, except Mondays, at 3:25 p. m. Going west at 9:10 a. m. L. HANSON, ji Port^iter