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NEW ULM AND VICINITY.
Wednesday, December 4th, 1878. Mexican silver dollars are now only taken at 75 eents. Look out for four Jew peddlers. They are dead-beats. Leave your orders for Christmas trees at the City Drug Store. Since the cold snap last week busi ness has somewhat improved. Come and see the grand opening out of holiday goods at the City Drug Store. Garynot the one with the brass buttons, but the town of Garyis go ing to have a brass band. "Justice" has been heard from, but for want of space his communication must necessarily lay over, H. Eudolphi has moved his boot & shoe store into the room lately vacated by Fr. Quense, in Friton's building. We understand that Chas. H. Mxon, of Foit Bidgely, has opened a store at Hector Station, on the Hastings & Da kota load. Thanksgiving passed off pleasantly in our city. Divine services were held in the Methodist and Lutheran churches. We understand that the New Ulm Artillery company, Capt. Burg, will give a ball at Turner Hall, Sunday e vening, Dec. 14th. Dr. Marden wishes us to say that he will visit Sleepy Eye regularly every Friday, and will be prepared to do all work pertaining to the dental profes sion. The Thanksgiving ball given by the Governor's Guard at Arbeiter Hall last Thursday evening was largely at tended, and everybody enjoyed them selves A rare dramatical entertainment is in store for our citizens next Sunday, when the popular German drama A few of the railroad boys who pro fess to be gentlemen did not carry themselves as such at Arbeiter Hall last Thursday evening. Boys, if you cannot attend such parties and enjoy yourselves without "beering up" and raising h1 in general, and thereby disgrace your profession, you'd a great deal better stay away. C. Ch. Brandt will accept our thanks for a bottle of currant wine Thanks giving day. Mr, Brandt has this year made a large quantity of wine embrac ing six different kinds, namely: Cur rant, rhubarb, apple, clinton, tomato and gooseberry. Judging from the sample left on our table Mr. Brandt is no novice in the business. The friends of B. F. Webber, out good looking county attorney, were somewhat amazed the day after Thanksgiving to see him appear on our streets with a beautiful rainbow over his left eye. He says it all comes from trying to make an honest living at splitting wood, but Mrs. W. says it was the rebound of a turkey's leg that did it. Quite a serious railroad accident happened two miles this side of Clair mont yesterday morning. The nipht passenger due here at 9. A m. collided with a freight train resulting in a general wreck. We did not learn the particulars but understand that the engines of both trains are a total wreck, and that several passengers and train men are badly wounded. Tally one for Peterson,H, C. Peter son, our night watch, is a good whole souled fellow and never does things by halves. Since Mr. Steinhauser has been appointed to light the street lamps it has been M. Peterson's duty to extinguish them in the morning, and so intent has he been to perform this duty thoroughly that he even ex tinguished the switch lights at and near the railroad crossing on Centre street, December comes in like a lamb. The slight fall of snow of a week ago has all disappeared, wild geese are a gain flying north, wild ducks are hunt* ing up places in which to lay their next season's eggs, the pa yw ha ty o eof the prairie hen is again heard in the land, the prattle of the children on our streets is as lively as on a June morning, and if we only had a few more dollars of our "Dads"every thing would be just lovelybut that's just where the shoe pinches the most. WSSSifjSmiJ')-*^,*' HM^jCt, -lSijt ItMWI 5S*rfS AWWlilJ- V^-l9i1t)J'tt-i Wj" *V*illS!!*l fA(ilteOJ Des Moines & Minneapolis R. R. Counties, Brown Redwood Yellow Medecine Lyon Lincoln Lac Qui Parle 4*The Squanderer" will be produced at Turner Hall. Fiice of admission only 25 cts. Death is often caused by a severe Cough or Cold. Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup should always be taken in time, for it never fails to cure the worst ca ses of Cough or Colds almost instantly, Price 25 cents. Sold at the City Drug Store. At the annual school meeting at Birch Cooley it was decided to hire a man teacher to teach the winter term of school, but some one hired a lady teacher, which so incensed some par ties that they demolished the school house and nearly all its furniture. C. F. Held speaks to the people of New Ulm and vicinity through the columns of the Review this week. He offers his large stock of furniture and the Farmers' Friend Fanning Mills at cost. Now is the time to buy if you want anything in the furniture line or a good fanning mill. & As nothing has been heard of the doings of this road for along time, and as our people are all interested in its progress, we took the liberty a few days ago to write J. Smart Esq., Geneial Superintendent, as to the pros- w.. pect of the road being built to our city good prospects ahead, next season. Mr. Smart was absent in New York when our letter reached _ lists for the sale of their bonds, when the road would be built to New Ulm and be done.' Mr. Smart expect visi, our city the latter part of January or Vle iin n. nrtoitirtn tro crixru mnvilotoi- a position give uo moro detaill ed information. We are also glad to see that Minne apolis is moving in the interest of nar row gauge railroads. The matter was ably written up in the Minneapolis de partment of the Pioneer Press last week, and we understand that a large and enthusiastic meeting was held Fri day evening, at which the matter was thoroughly discussed. That the Des Moines & Minneapolis narrow gauge railroad will be built to Minneapolis seems to be a settled fact, and we hope when Mr. Smart visits our city, proper ducements will be held out to him to extend it to this point next season. The vote for State Senator in this district was canvassed by Auditor Constans last Saturday, with the fol lowing result: Helling 944 Birum. 554 296 147 117 41 39 2812 1618 1194 Helling's majority Only one scattering vote was cast in tne whole district. Last Wednesday morning between 3 and 4 o'clock our people were aroused from their sweet slumbers by an alarm of fire, sounded by the shrill whistles of the Eagle and City mil's, caused by the burning of Winkelmann's pottery, located in the lower part of town. As no one slept in the piemises the fire had got well under way before it was discovered, and the building, with nearly all its contents, was totally de stroyed. We understand that theie was an insurance of $1,500 on stock, but as the building and fixtures were valued at nearly $2,000,on which there was no insurance, the loss falls quite heavily on Mr. Winkelraann. How the fire originated is and no doubt will remain a mistery. The fire-fiend seems to have a particular grudge against Mr. Winkelmann, as tins is the third or fourth time that he is a loser by fire. Biunitown Iteins. Grain market lively and merchants busy. The prospect of getting a school in town is good. Geo. Barncard's new furniture store is Hearing completion. Adam Schaumburg is building a butcher shop. Just what we want. Thrashing is now all done in this vi cinity, except now and then an unruly youngster is flailed. Remarkably fine weather in Burns. Indian summer all along, and our wea ther prophets all say that we are going to have a remarkably mild winter, more so than last. F. C. Gley is getting up a plantation of his own on his nice lot. A dwelling house and furniture to put into it come next, andwell, Fred, it does begin to look a little suspicious. Mr. Philip Matter got his foot badly hurt in a hoise power a shoit time a go, but is getting quite well again. E. A. Dooner also got one of his fingers badly jamed. Boys, you must look a little more out, hey? The 28th, Thanksgiving day, passed off in our little burg very pleasantly and to the entire satisfaction of all. In the evening Lucas Fecker gave a grand ball and supper, and many young gay and festive tipped the fantastic toe. The cattle market is the all absorb ing question of the day. M. H. Gamble has again gone down to Chicago with several car loads of fat cattle, and Am bros Parsons will follow in a few days with another consignment. Henry Dressier, the irrepressible buyer, al ways pays the going market price. Our Mr. J. S. Coloney, depot agent, has returned from his eastern visit, but not alone, He was accompanied with a "bride." Little did we all Know of such a sudden surprise, and that his visit would terminate so pleasantly. We take great pleasure in wishing them much joy, happiness and lots of little "Colonies." One trial is sufficient to convince the most skeptical of the invaluable and unfailing efficacy of Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup for curing Coughs, Con sumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc. Try it by all means. Price only 25 Pox particulars enquire of cents. Sold at the City Drug Store, &* Sleepy Eye Items. Th pr i weekl gagerpent^ with some Europian capita- Andythat's our barberis a rush er. He claims (and I guess he can do iW/ 4&S-* (By Our Regular Correspondent Chips The division is not here yet. When will it come? Our merchants are doing a fare busi ness and are happy. of wheat 0 ,g?otlspeofeimte I understand ar a success, would visit New York again in De- Congregational church. They occur luen IVIOllgage dale Dy cember when he hoped to close an en- an t) that he can shave a man better and more expeditiously anv other man ^,x Minneapolis as fast as the work could more expeditiously than any other man U,VCthamn a he dnnp.. PvnAots +.o visitt this side of St Paul. Come up and wife raortgagor&, to F. T, Day mortgagee. first of February, when he hopes to and then go away happy and contented. The hotel approaches completion rapidly, and Messis. Knapp & Riley propose adding to its capacity by an addition extending to the rear 26 feet, the same width as the present mam building, which, however, will not re main the main building longer than the weather will permit of building in the spring, when there will be built an extension of 28 feet, on the east side, the same width as the piesent build ing, and 3 stories high. Then, when the whole building is veneered with brick, we will have occasion to be proud of the structure. The town is assuming quite metro politan airs. We of course have our full quota of free fights, blackguaidism and other things incident to so promis ing a town as ours. One of those dis graceful affans occurred last Fuday night, to wit: A fight wherein two men made dogs of themselves by bit liig. gouging, kicking and pounding each other to their hearts content. "Oh Gloiy, thou hast not yet departed from our midst!" What we want worse than cross-walks, side-walks, or in fact almost, any thing else, is a first-class calaboose, where bellicose individuals may have a chance to cool theii he at their inelegant leasure. PERSONAL. John Lind visited Walnut Station last week on legal business. Rev. J. Toni, of St. Peter, made his friends here a pleasant visit last week. Our old townsman Gottlieb Scheff, uow of Canby, made us a call yesterday and subscribed for the Review. Hon. C. C. Goodnow, Receiver of the U. S. Land Office at this place, re turned from his eastern trip last Sun day morning. Mr. McCollom, traveling salesman for Newell & Harrisson, of Minneapo lis, was in the city Monday looking after the wants of his numerous cus tomers. HEW ADVERTISEMENTS AKNING.I hereby warn every body not to credit my wife Ger trude Kiier on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting, VALENTINE KRIEK. Sleepy Eye, Nov. 20,1878. TURNER-HALL Grand Theatrical Performance. Sunday, Dec. 8th, 1878. with new songsmusicstriking changes of scene, ryetc (o\ ei 30 persons will appear.) ADMITTANCE 25 cts. FURNITURE AT As times are hard and money scarce, I have con cluded to sell my large stock of Furniture for cost, The assortment embraces Bedsteads, Bureaus, Hocking-and other Chairs, Cupboards, etc. This is a rare opportunity to obtain all kinds of Furniture cheap I will also dispose of my Farmers' Friend. Fanning Mills for cost, which enables farm ers to obtain these popular mills at a very low price. ?v C. HELD, Center street, near City Mill. lOR SALE Four or five improved farms, in this andNicollet county. "ly^&wg&KS** T.HEO. CRONE. J^V^^i^ft^^l^fe^ f^jiUlgM. M^**** l^jjwAwv^ lOR SALETen to twenty bee hives with bees, are offered for sale, CHEAP, by Ludwig Bunk, of Jfllford, 4 miles fiom New Ulm. Ou town still continues lively, with settle their accounts on or before Jan 40 Granger*" thing,c and the "Greed Des Moines, but upon his return he growls pi omptly answered it to the effect that everything for the extension of the We are having a serie meet road was working admirably, that he ^JSS Jd* *?e th AY UPAll persons indebted to me are kindly requested to call and Notice O Salp hv uary first next, and thereby save costs. All accountfsMortffaffby not paid January first will be placed in the hands of an attor ney for collection. THEO. CRONE. Advertisement. Defaulnt hasbeenemadein the conditions of Mortgag executed and delivered certa in y Baptist Zeig and Anna Zeig his Joh by ucllc B1JlU Andy perform on a two weeJgrowth Sf^E^JS^ut^SS the Register of Deeds of Che county of Brown in the State of Minnesota, on the 16th day of July A. 1372, at 2f o'clock in book E of Mortgages, on page 24 25&26, on which there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the amount Five Hundred and eighty sine and Joe. Hutching, "the Forty-Graf-Fel ler," has gone into the restaurant busi ness one door north of the Post Office, and don't you forget it. While Frank White has just opened a confectionary shop in John's building on the south west corner of Main and Fifth strs. May success attend them both. The party at Langdon's last Friday eve. Was a perfect success. There are always those who get drunk when they go to a dance and then try to get up a fuss. Well, there was one of that kind at Langdon's and he was perfectly suc cessful, only it did not result favorably to him, for he had the misfortune to run his eye with considerable empha sis against a young fellow's fist, and that was the end of it. He collapsed suddenly. of 58-100 Dollars ($589 58) and no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt se cured by said mortgage or any part thereof, sa.id mortgage bears interest at the rate of twelve per cent trom date until paid, Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort gage, and of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale ot the mort gaged premises therein described, which sale will be made at the front door of the Court House in the City ofNewUhn,ln the County ot Brown and State of Miunesota, at public auction by the Sheriff of said County of Brown, on Thursday the sixteenth day of January A 1879, at ten o'clock in the forenoon to satisfy the amount which shall then be due on said mortgage, with the in terest thereon, and costs and expenses of sale, and Sixty dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage, in case of toreclosure The premises described iu said mort gage, and so to be sold, are the lot, piece or parcel of land situated in the County of Brown and Stste of Minnesota, and known and described as follows, to wit.* The South West quarter (S. W of the South East quarter (S E ot Section Thirteen (13) and the North half (N of the North East quarter (N. E.J) and the South West quarter (S. W.J) of the said North East quarter (N E.j) of Sectiou Twenty-four (24) all in Township one hundred and nine (109)Nonh, of Range Thirty two (32)West, Containing 160 acres according to the U. S. Government survey thereof. F. T. DAY, Mortgagee. E. HODGSON, Attorney of Mortgagee Dated. Nov, 25th, 1878. Take Notice Cheap For Cash. I offer my lirge and every way best assorted stock of Dry Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Ladies' Clonks, Ladies' and Gent's Underwear, Buffalo Coats and Robes, Fur Goods for Ladies, Hats and Caps Mlttene, Blankets, Groceries, Crockery and Glassw ue, which aie equal in quality to any in the citj, at prices that cannot be beat. My stock of Ready-Made Clothing will be closed out at Cost. Heavy Gent's Overcoat* at 3.00. Buffalo Overcoats from $8.50 to $20. Undershirts from 25cts. to 4.00 Gent's Hats From 50 cts. to $4.00 25 cents to $2.00. BALTRUSCH, NEW ULM, MINN Albums from 25ct8 to $6,00 Juvenile and Toy Book from let to $2 00. Harmonicas from 5ct tp f1 50 Pocket Books from 5ct8 to $2.50 Autograph Albums from 25 ctsto 3 00 Vases from 10 cts to $4 00 a pair. Cups and Saucers from Sets to 150 Bird Cages from 75 cts to $3 50. -vv -atft fe *a*it-s*aif* mPl iinnesota 6 TOYS NOTIONS AN Holiday Goods. I wish to announce to my friends of New Ulm and surrounding country that niy stock of Toys, Notions and Holiday Goods is rtf fevlS State of Minnesota, __ District County of Brown. $ Ninth Judicial District. Peter Schaller, Plaintiff against Anna E.Schaller, Defendant.) The State of Minnesota to the above named Defendant:e Yon are hereby summoned and required to aiis 3 aint titled action, which Is filed in the office of tbeCkvk of the District Court or the Ninth Judicial Dintrtct, in and for the County of Brown and to serve a copy of your answer to aaid Complaint on the subserib' er, at Ma office, in the City of New Ulm, in said County, within thirty days after the service of thfs summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and ifyou fail to answerthe said Complain* within the time aforesaid. thePlaintiffin this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated, New Ulm, Minn., Nov. 29th, 1878. B. F. WEBBER, Kaintifft Attorney. ORTGAGK FORECLOSURE. Default has been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage made by Merritt C. Tower and Warren J. Tower who are the mortgagors to Philip D. Winchell who is the mortgagee to secure the pay ment of thirteen hundred dollars which was a part of the purchase money of the premises hereinafter described Said mortgage was dated on the seven teenth day of February A. D. 1873 and was duly re corded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Brown county, Minnesota, on theeighteenth day February A 1873 at 9 3-4 o'clock A in Boole D. of mortgages at Page 595 and was duly assigned with the notes and debt secured thereby by aaid Winchell to Walter Sanborn by an instrument in writing dated March 7th A. D. 1877 and duly re corded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Brown county on the twenty-eighth day cf October A D. 1878 at 9 o'clock A. M. in Book of mortgages at Pages 25 and 26 There is claimed to be due and is actually due of said mortgage Three hundred and Nineteen 48-looJdollrs, and fifty dollars Attorneys fees which the mortgagors in and by said mortgage co\ enanted should be collected and paid as a part of said mortgage debt in case of foreclosure of said mortgage, amounting in all to Three hundred Sixty nine ana 48-100 dollars and the notes and debt se cured by said mortgage by the terms of said note and mortgage draw interest from February 17th, 1873 until paid at ten per cent per annum, and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Now, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the pow er of sale in said mortgage contained and there with recorded the Ian Is and premises in said mort age described wieh are situated in Brown county and are described as follows, to-wit:The Sout quarter [1-4]pf the South West quarter [1-2]hoEast 1-4] of Section Nineteen [19J and the North half the North west quarter [1-4] and the South west quarter [1-41 of the Northwest tjaarter [1-4] of Section Thirty  all in Town One hundred and twelve  North of Range thirty-three pM]j west according to the U. S survey thereof will be seld at public vendue to the highest bidder therefore for cash by the Sheriff of said Brown county or his de. puty at the front door of the office of the Register of Deeds of said Brown county, in the town of New NewUlm, in said county at nine o'clock and fifteen minutes A. M. on the ninth day of January A D. 1879 to satisfy and pay said amount due, attorneys fees interests and costs of sale. Dated, St. Paul, Nov. 12th, 1678. WALTER SANBORN, Assignee of Mortgage. JOHN SANBORN, Attorney for Assignee. BRAND OFENDfft BAY -OF- T, prices, than any other house in the iiuckskm Mittens and Gloves from Minnesota valley. Come in and in spect our large stock and you will be pleased. H, BEHNKE ft BR0. NEW ULM SEPT. 10th. FALL& WINTER GOODS, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, and a large stock of CARPETS. W call the attention of the pub lic generally to the fact that we can give better inducements as to quali ty, variety of stock and LOW cash n0 that I positively have the Largest KobifSt and Cheapest assortment in the city or west of St Paul Selecting my goods personally in the Eastern markets, I am enabled to offer my customers advantages in Price and Quality which second class establishments cannot possibly give. I would call especial attention to my stock of Also a large assortment of p^ MISCELLANIOUS BOOKS, FINEBOX STATIONERY, ACCORDI ANS, VIOLINS AND TRIMMINGS, GOLD PENS, LARGE ASSORTMENT, CANDT, NUTS, &C. *C""3 All orders from the country promptly attended to. Goods sent C. O, POST OFFICE BLOCK, NEW ULM, MINN. &r Couit, te th Plalntiffin the abor* o ir i complete, and Hobby Horses from fl.50tof6.ea Baskets (aU styles) from 5 cts totl.50 Wax Doll*very large acst. from 25cts tofela China Limb DottT from Sets jto #1.25, Boya Tool Cheats from 25 to f2.50. Tin Toys from 6 sleds from 76 cts ta Shell boxes (large ine) from 20 to tl.60. 4 t. BOBLETER