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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 20 April 1892

ifct* 1 & STBAIGHT REPTOLICAinSM. The EloquentBob Evana Addresses a Throng of Voters at Sleepy Eye. He Reviews the Record of the Party and Eulogizes its Wisdom and Patriotism. Democracy Rebuked for its Shams, Hypoc risy and Obstruction. The Inconsistency of a Democratic Alli ance Fusion Clearly Pointed Out. Monday was a great day for Republic anism at Sleepy Eye. The eloquent and enthusiastic Bob Evans was there, and the throng that had gathered in the city to hear him was amply sufficient to pack the largest hall. Mr. Evans' speech was a masterly one. From beginning to end, it was a chain of polished sentences, de livered in that happy manner which is that orator's chief strength, and not once did the audience tire of hearing Mm. Among other things he said: I congratulate the Republicans of Brown County on their thus early enter ing into the campaign of 1892. The deep interest shown at this time in political questions is the evidence of an earnest determination on the part of t...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 20 April 1892

4 4 jggg ton Jtaiip P. W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA. GENERAL E. BURD GRUBB, United States Minister to Spain, is expected in New Jersey the latter part of this month, and will settle down for the Bummer at his country seat at Edge water-on-the-Delaware. MARK TWAIN is in Rome, and the satacombs' dread echoes will ring with his iron shod heels in his search for those merry old jokes wherewith be has regaled his readers in these latter days. THE French Chamber of Deputies has adopted a proposal giving to women the right to vote in elections for members of the Conseils des prud hommes. A motion making women eligible as members of the counseils was rejected. THE British Museum originated with a grant of parliament in 1753 of $20-, 000 to the daughter of Sir Hans Sloane, in payment for his fine library and vast collection of the produc tions of nature and art. To this col lection was added Cottonian, Harleiau and other collections. M. DiEBiiER, the executioner, of F...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 20 April 1892

fWSS* THEEND BEACHED '. "-. & & ®&& The Wheat Investigating Com mittee Submits arEijtial ,^ Report, A Which Is Signed by Every Mem ber Except Representa tive Moore,: Aiter many months of weary work and *fche expenditure of about $16,000. the grain investigation committee has concluded its wort and will make two reports to the gov ernor. The committee was practically unanimous, its report being signed by ail •the members except Representative Moore, who refused to affix his signature on the (ground that he did not like the report. THE OFFICIAL BEPOBT: The first section of tlie report deals with the organization of the committee, and names the jrepresentatives of the different interests. It -then takes up the policy of the committee with regard to reception of evidence and states that At the outset the committee was pleased to adopt very liberal rules as to the admissability of evidence and endeavored to afford every op portunity to anyone who felt so disposed to ap pe...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 20 April 1892

mmmmm •T^^K^toiitfiaf^y^i^^ciniaMBain^niaii*'^-!! ''ifi ^iTriJw^tw« iii» vr''):!^»i^gg IjteW Ulm Review F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Pro*- Wednesday, April 20, 1892. TALKS AGAINST FUSION. Deputy Auditor Jorgenson a leading Alli ance Man, does not Take any stock in it. He Eoasts Donnelly and Fish to a Turn and Makes Plain Statements Eegard ing the Democrats. A Pusion with the Latter, he Says, Would Mean the Defeat of their Own Cherished Ohances. A Review reporter chatted with Deputy Auditor Jorgenson the other day and in the course of a short conversation succeed ed in bringing out some interesting views relative to the Alliance sentiment in this state. Mi1. Jorgenson is president of the county Alliance, is a close observer, and has some very pronounced opinions. For instance, when questioned as to the probability of a fusion between the Alli ance and Democrats in Minnesota, he said: "Of course the air is full of rumors about fusion and plotting and scheming of all sorts, but I do not ta...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 20 April 1892

1 ifrlt^H *,m £)R. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street.'" NEW ULM, MINN. Teetb extracted without pain by the use of vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas. £)R. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesch's New'Brick Block New Ulm, Minn. JQR. STKICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in O. Doehne's new buck block. [NEW ULM, MINN. Telephone Connections. JQR. L. SCHOCH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Drug Store. ,NEW ULM, MINN. •QR. C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's Drugstore. When in town, can be found at office at all hours. NEW ULM, MINN [)R. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block SEW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the 'atest approved methods. £)R. A. KOEHNJii, Veterinary Surgeon. Having treated sick animals for years can conscientiously recommend my alf to all who need the services of a ompetent Veterinar...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 20 April 1892

A iHK HER FATAL REPLY. 'Iffl *'I dreamed," said she, most archly smil ing, 1%. "That you proposed the other night Her -voice was low, her glance beguiling, Her profile lurned toward the light. ''Indeed!" said he. of leap year thinking, And hoiv&heyeaniel to catch a beau— His untried soul from that iate shrinking— "Dreams go by contraries, you know." "So I have heard, she ispered, mnsinsr He hoped «die took the proper vie\t— How in-, thick wit he's now abusing!— "Well, then, I must propose to you." THE CAPTAINS STOEY. N the early part of 1800 and shortly after my shipwreck, of which I wrote the Suna some time ago, one of the owners of the ill-fated vessel, in a spirit of condolence at my misfortune, remarked: "Now, if you were only an engineer I could give you a position." To this I readi ly replied that I could fill the bill. The fact was I filled several posi tions in the fire-room, and even as a boy know something about steam en gines. This reminds me of my first exper ience i...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 20 April 1892

ft. HER INFINITE VARIETY, tW 1 love her as "Faith," when the sunlight Through the church's heavy nir |P%%l|I A radiant saint, byrayside she kneels, Jw And her soul goes up in prayer. I love her as "Charity," when her purse Has always another mite To lift the weight of poverty's curse And make some weary heart light. ","' But when she stand in an earthly guiser** With her perfect love confessed, In the trusting glance of her brilliant eyes. It's as •'Hope'' that I love her best. *v( —Harry Eomame in the LadicV Home Journal. HER SECRET. Men jeer at women for their way Of prattling secrets night and day But there's one secret I'll engage She will not tell for wealth and aye She will not tell it though she die— That secret is her age. —New York Herald. AN OLD LOVE AFFAIR. BY EMILY LENNOX. GOOD many cir cumstances com" bined to a Lydia feel that she was growing old at 28. She had been four years abroad as Mrs. Grosve nor's companion she had done a great many things—her duty, notic ably—a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 20 April 1892

m$®& I ^^Application for Liquor License. 1 STATE OF W A a «k MINNESOTA,'J-**- COUNTY or BROWS, CITY OF S E W ULM. J^ Notice is hereby given, that application has been made iu writing, to the council of the city of New Ulm, and filed in my office, pra-ingfor Iic en°e, to sell intoxicating liquors, for the term commencing on the 4th day of May 1892, and terminating on the 15tb day of April 1893, by the following person and at the following place, as stated in said application to wit: Ferdinand Oollnast The room of a one story brick building, situated on lot No. 14, block No. 67 north of Centre Street in the said city of New Said application will be heard and determined by Paid council of tiie City of New Ulm, at the City Clerk'9 Office, in Baid city of New Ulnj,Brown County, Minnesota, on the 3rd day of May A,D. J892, at 8 o'clock of that dny. Witness my hand and seal of said city this 11th day of AprilA. D.. 1892 /cfrALi Louis SCHILLING (bb&L.) City Clerk STATE OF MINNESOTA, ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 27 April 1892

"4 1 VOICING AjraPREFERENCE. _tepublicans and Democrats State their Choice for Governor and Congress, .war A j&f* SMS' Lind is a Gubernatorial Favorite and Among Kepublicans Turrell is the f|^ Choice for Congress^ f~Cf f?j Democrats Pavor Buck as the Congression al Candidate and are divided as,, ,-*, to Fusion. #, Up to date New Ulin has not been canvassed as to political sentiment, but it is not hard to say which way the wind will blow from this direction. Repub licans are all for Lind for governor, with Ives a good second, and Turrell is way in the lead for congress. Here are some of the statements of the leaders: W. F. Seitcr: Lind for governor and Turrell for congress. F. H. Retzlaff: Lind for governor and Turrell for Congress. C. L. Roos: I think Brown county should go for Turrell. J. Newhart: "Would as soon have Lind for governor as anybody. O. M. Olsen: Lind for governor Da vis of St. Peter for congress. Postmaster Schmidt: Lind for gover nor and Turrell for congress. Cha...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 27 April 1892

j^^^^^^mrw^^W ih \**tf ft Wfr mr Mt F. W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHES. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA. IN Brazil an army officer who criti cizes the Administration is dismissed from the services. It would be very sad if that sort of thing were to be tome Pan-American. IT has been decided to have Dr. ^Pierso remain at the Metropolitan 3 kTabernacle, in Londqp,* Spurgeon's ht =Church, for five years, at an annual 1-V ^salary of $6,000. Dr. Pierson expects .«* ^to visit America this 8 1 1 1 1 1 W% «*&& WARD MCALLISTER ha wsntten an article for an eastern paper on his ex perience as a farmer. The article shows that Mack didn't have half the success running a farm that he does running New York's 400. MB. GLADSTONE is the owner of the largest lead pencil in the world. It is the gift of^a pencil maker at Keswick, and is thirty-nine inches in length. In place of the customary rubber cap it has a gold cap. Its distinguished owner uses it for a walking stick. QUEEN VICTORIA'S appetite, always a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 27 April 1892

THE NORTHWEST. Summary of the Important Events of the Week in the Northwest-' ern States. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Forth and South Dakota News in a Nutshelli MINNESOTA. W. H. Dixon, the widely known rail road man, dies suddenly in St. Paul. Two St. Paxil laborers quarreled and one is struck with perhaps fatal results.* Patrick Sbanley, the St. Paul man who was shot at the dog fight in Anoka county, dies as the result of an amputation. August Holmberg, who drives a delivery wagon at Cloquet, was thrown from it and had his leg broken. A young lady is drowned near Crook ston, Minn., under very mysterious circum stances. The latest idea in connection with Du luth-railway terminals is to tunnel the ship canal. Judge Mills dissolved the injunction against the city of Moorhead in the jail question. A voucher clerk of the Northern Pacific is arrested in St. Paul lor securing over $4,000 by raising checks. Mamie Malone, a little girl living in Jerome's addition, Crookston was shot in the ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 27 April 1892

W* flektllto Review F. W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop- Wednesday, April 27. 1892. THE MAN OE THE PLATFOEM. Views of Distinguished Public Men to be Expressed in the next North Ameri can Review. The North America Review for next month will contain some interesting ar ticle* on the question of individual poli tic- a-, compared with party politics, and th" Review is enabled to publish ex tract* from some of these opinions in ad vance For instance Senator Quay says: The campaign of 1888 wa* pre-eminent ly one of issues rather than of candidates. Abuse was practically eliminated, and the preference of voters for either candidate was afar less important fictor th in was the sense of voters upon the question of protection to American in dustry. Upon this the Republtcan party won, though the Democratic candidate was weighted by the fact that his cam paign was an effort to make him his own successor. Somewhat in line with the anti-third-term idea is a theory—plastic as yet, but tough and indurin...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 27 April 1892

A. A E N I RESIDENT g^j&TIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and Itft N. Street. tTEW ULM, MINN Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Aalized air or nitrons oxide gas. L. A. FRITSCHE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. bffioe in "W. Boesch's Naw'Brick Block Sew Ulm, Minn. )R STRICKLER, TIYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in G. Doehne's new brick block. E W I N Telephone Connections. •?.R. L. SCHOCH HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. alls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Dru Store. |TEW ULM MINN. R. C. HIRSCH, 'HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's Drugstore. /he in town, can bo found at office at all hours. E W ULM, MIN N L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist* Office in the Meridian Block. EW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the test approved methods. A. KOEHNU, Veterinary Surgeon. Havin treated sick animals for years 2an conscientiously recommend my If to all who need the services of a mpetent Veterinary. Orders may be -ft at the Pioneer Dru Store. N E W ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 27 April 1892

•1 AUNT AGATHA'S LETTERS. ^Will Allen Dromgoole in the YoutliV Com-" panion CANNO re member when it was that we first began to dread We looked on eagerly while mother •ran through the letters. Suddenly •George's face fell. "Oh!" he said and turned back to his drawing, with an expression of disappointment on his face. We understood thoroughly what it meant. Mother tried to app ar wounded, father laughed slightly and Ella took a letter from among the white unopened envelopes lying on the table. Let's open it first, mother," she •said, "and be over with it. Aunt Agatha never writes unless she has something unpleasant to tell us. Let's take the bitte:* first, and per-were I haps the other four letters will help I ois over auntie's." So it was we carne to express our dread of Aunt Agatha's letters. From reading them first we began to put them off until the last and sometimes, if they came at night, we would leave them over until morn ing. Then we fell into the habit of laying them aside ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 27 April 1892

A LAMENT., In the dreary oroi it northlnncL. Lo! a mighty oa\c did grow *S?v For a hundred peaceful summers jgn Thronech it did the soft winds blower! §t For a hundred lengthy winters k- 5 On it fell the cold, white snow, i"H 'Neath it roved the doughty chieftaiu "While hut dnsky love he woo'd Proud and stately grew the oak tree In the northern solitude j«~* X*! the mighty now have fallen, Fallen from their high estate,. On the pavements of the city Has the oak tree banged of late. Through the air in graeefal motions Does it circle and gyrate. For the oak has been made into Canes that are used by the dudes, Fallen is the mighty monarch Of the northern solitudes I —New York Heraldf DE. KEENE' S ST0EY.|# RANK Howard was one of my intimate friends. I met him one summer in the Catskills' whither I had betaken mysel* or a week'8 change and fresh air. I put up at a lonely farm where Howard, stop, pmg for a day to await the arrival of Borne friends, was so unfortunate as fco sprain his ank...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 27 April 1892

r'- 1 -fiSS 'fc-V- ife mmsM mm 1 1 NEWS O OTHtH^TOWNS. Incidents tliat have Occurred in Immedi ate Vicinity During the Past Week. -ysi. •ti&j&i:'Sleepy Eye. A "WW. Portn will remove to Oregon, t?$f Contractors Raymond and Degneau \.4$have dissolved partnership. .?p '{^j^fgBert Hammond has sold'"his barber ^•-^•shop and willo-emove to Redwood Falls. ,' 5B. H. Larrabee has purchased the drug store of Gieseke & Son Consideration, ^$4,000. #?£$$£ 'The instructors for the state summer school will be B. T. Davis and J. E. Rice Bros, of Watertown have leased the Ulm building and will open a gener al store.'.... .Sr*^V ?$ $ 'A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. G-. Davis on Friday. Davis is county su perintendent of schools. J. R. Lankard, president of the Repub lican club of Redwood Falls, will ad dress the Sleepy Eye club at its next meeting. ,.-'',* An Alliance gathering will be held here on the 30th. Three delegatas from each sub alliance are entitled to repre sentation. Sleepy...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 4 May 1892

VOLUME XT. NO 17 £)R. A. MA&DEN, "Jrf RESIDENT DENTIST, if Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street.^'' NEW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of talized air or nitrons oxide gae. £)R. L- A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Offioe in W. Boesch's New'Briok Block New Ulm, Minn. J)R. STRICKLES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in G. Doehne's new buck block. NEW ULM, MINK. Telephone Connections. J)ll. J. L. SCHOCH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Calls promptly attended to night or day, Office over Pioneer Drug Store. NEW ULM, MINN f)R. C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's Drugstore. When in town, can bo found at office at all hours. NEW ULM, NTN J)R. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist. Office in the Meiidian Block NEW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the latest approved methods. J)R. A. KOEKNK Veterinary Surgeon. Having treated sick aaimals for years I can conscientiously recommend my self to all who need the services of a compet...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 4 May 1892

&c nua3BSK E COMING MAN A pair of very chubby legs, 5$mk% Encased in scarlet hose W4z$i$$$fl$& A pair of little chubby a With rather doubtful toes a A little kilt, a little coat, Cut as a mother can— j^»&**f•**$&? Offf And lo! before us stands in state^^cf^if' The tuture's coming man. *-•$%&. M$ His eyes, perchance, will read the starajf# And search their unknown ways r»*^ Perchance the human heart and soul Mi® Will open to their gazej Perchance their keen and flashing glance Will be a nation's light— Tho&e eyes that now are wistful bent On some big fellow's kite. '. 1 Those hands—those little busy hands— So sticky, small and brown Those hands whose only mission seema To pull all order down— "Who knows what hidden strength may be Lurking within their clasp, Though now 'tis but a taffy stick In sturdy hold they grasp' IAh. blessings on those little hands, Whose work is yet undone! And blessings on those little feet, Whoso race is yet unrun. And blessings on th...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 4 May 1892

W A E DEAD DAY. fhe argent and imperial day, For all his wealth, was made to yield. He passed his gate of palms and lay Far out upon his battered shield Lay calm and king-like, with red garments rolled In blood, and gleaming burmshments of gold. 'PK^^i'WEWM Then queenly night came down and swathed i£*JlP The king in som,bre vestments W She bowed her face above and bathed %b| His eyes in darkness and in dew, And closed and kissed cheni soitly as she slid Aside the dead king's silvered coffin lid. Some star-tipt candles foot and head:JV Sweet perfumes of the perfumed sea, And then above her coffined dead J'* She drew great curtams lovinglv: And as she hooked them on the bentmoon'a horn. Unloosed her hair and mourned and mourned till morn. JoaQUiN I E A GIBL'S ADVENTURE., A S to of Pionee Life. BY W. THOMSON. E little a a here in related was enacted a long time ago, when I was a boy seven years of age as I knew the actors well, a grew up almost side by side with them, I am in a positio...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 4 May 1892

*s ywjijfftjt F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Pro*' •\Vc£lnr«tVy, May 4, 1892. At Mankato to-day the congressional committee will fix upon a time and place for holding the nominating convention. The time will be about the middle of July and the place well, an,strenuous effort will be made to secure it for New Uim. Reciprocity with Brazil means a new market for fifty million dollars' worth of American farm and factory products an nually. This means better prices for the farmers, and steadier work at good wag es for the laborer and mechanic. Yet this is what the Democratic party and press call the "Blaine Reciprocity hum bug." It would have been a good thing lor the industrial masses of the United Slates if this same "Reciprocity humbug" had been introduced into the commercial policy of the Government many years ago. The tendency to be on the winning side or in other words to climb into the band wagon that makes the most noise was never more clearly illustrated than in the instance of the pr...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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