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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 19 June 1878

a Our Washington Letter. THE BRAZILIAN SUBSIDY BILL CAR- RIED TROUGH MR. BLAINE'S ELO- QUENCE. STANLEY MATHEWS SIDE SPECULATIONS. DOCTOR MARY WALKER ENABLED TO BUY NEW PANTALOONS. THE DOUBTFUL CHAR- ACTER O "ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS:" THE WORKINGMEN'S MEETING- HAYES PASSED BY. (From our regular correspondent WASHINGTON, D. June 8.1878. The passage of the Brazilian sub sidy bill was the event of the week in the Senate. Mr. Blaine made one of the finest speeches of the ses sion in support of the measure. Hisbe arguments were all brief and to the point, and carried conviction with them. Stanley Mathews made an open denial of Anderson's statement in regard to his alleged connection with the Lousiana frauds and de manded a thorough investigation. His statement to the Senate did not harmonize with Anderson's alleged letters to him, but then such letters may never have been sent to or re ceived by him and as Anderson does not harmonize with himself, others may disagree with him without in currin...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 19 June 1878

IMPORT.ANT! On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. Jantfes Accommodation,' ON TH E ST. IE & SIOBI CITY B. 1 "WILL BE RUN THROUGH BETWEEN ST. PAUL & WOBTHINGTOIST. TIME TABLE. 7.15 a. m. Leave St. Paul,... Arrive 6 50 p. m. 1.35 p.m. Mankato, 12.25 4.26 St. James, 9.45 a. ra. 8.20 Arrive Worthington, Leave 5.30 This will enable Emigrants and Land Seekers to go THROUGH DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mankato, on the Winona & St. Peter II. R., by taking the west-bound train on that line, leaving Winona at midnight 'may take the above train at Mankato' and reach Worth ington the same afternoon. J. W. BISHOP, J. F. LINCOLN, J. C. BOYCEV, Gen. Manager. Supt. Gen. Tkt.Agt & N-W. LINES. THE CHICAOO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway Lines of the WEST and NORTH. WEST, and, with its numerous Branches and connections, forms the shortesl and quickest route between CHICAGO and all the points in ILLINO...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 19 June 1878

Don't Call a Man a Liar. tell a man that rlesNWtt heuis "Boys9 1 a liar urf yo a are certain that yo can lick him for, as a general rule, when you say that it means fignt. I have arnved at this conclusion through sad experience. I know that it is not safe to give the he to a muscular Christian. I did once. I am sorf jrtfitnow as I never grieved ior anything else in the whole eourse of my "We* were standing on the sidewalk in front of the club, when I made the state meat, talking politics and men who talk ^politics, and get angry over it, are, to put it niildky, lunatics or else want office. This man made an assertion, touching the fair fame of my favorite candidate, which I believe to be untrue. It is prob able that if it had been as true as it was false, I should have taken the same course, becaue you understand a man has no sense who talks politics anyhow. I think I said that before, but it is all thehim 'same, i want to make it strong, and get you to understand how I got my orna ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 19 June 1878

Iron-Shod. The safety of a mountain-climber de-. pends upon being well shod. Therefore the Swiss guides wear heavy shoes with spikes in the soles. On a bright July morning, a famous scientist of England started with two gen tlemen to ascend the Piz Morteratsch, a steep and lofty snow-mountain in Switzer land. Though experienced mountaineers, they took with them Jenni, the boldest guide in that district. After reaching the sum* mit of the Morteratsch, they started back and soon arrived at a steep slope covered with thin snow. They were lashed to gether with a strong rope, which was tied to each man's waist. 'Keep carefully in my steps, gentle- men," said Jenni, ''for a false step here might start the snow, and send us down in an avalanche." He bad scarcely spoken when the field of snow began to siide down the icy mountain side, carrying the unfor tunate climbers with it at a terrible pace. A steeper slope was before them, and at the end of it a precipice! The three fore most men were...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 19 June 1878

B^QWN I) i GQJJNTY JVJWB oP*oj,.y}EA. WpsfphaJ. csaK or vutt Dfff. Copk*AlbertPJaa.cbal .flmaxnrGeo Bickejbappf. Pon*T CpafispixoxsRJ&. PL Kjocfr. POUHTT ATTORWpyB f\Webtjep. peaoxasDr. C. Wescbjeke. pOVKTY SVSEftJJIftJ^ftSKT-T^olUl |4Qd.' "1 POXMmio*$#--'L. D. Rice chairman ChuJorgen sr, Anmn^A HFftJd SOB. Wheat, per bushel Oats, per bushel Barley, per bushe Corn per bushel,."... eans, per busfoej Pptato,es, per bushel.... Hns, per ponud Cheeip ner lb Salt, per bbl, putter, per Jb Sggs per dpzen Lard,per^i^nd Honpy,per pound g\oing 1 Crosse, Leave. 12,48 p. glntpa Trains pjafce ejogp connection a$ a|l [mpwrfapt juhct|Qna,apd between Pu bunue andp^pagq faw MP tWfl W F. Ot WYATT, Gen. Sunt. Republican County Convention. =-o The Republicans of Brown county are pereqy invited to meet in delegate POpyeptiOR at tfte Court House, in New FJ3B W s^Mr4ayf Pounty ppm&rttee. AXBEpT BL^NCUAJip, phairmap, i Bee pqtipe of Hanft & Frap^a ip apothpr cpiumn. Hepry Dressier is s^U in the ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 June 1878

^Kljcefelxj tariem. rUBUSH SD EVERT WEDNESDAY BY JOS, BOBLETER. Offioeowr City Drug 8toi. TERMS: O DOULAB rsa TXAB ADVAXCB. Bttn AOTBVISUI. fto Line* "BBBVfflE" makes Square. 1 8qaa*v Btcnarw 3 SOW 3 75 600 10 00 16 00 T\R.C. BBRRT, IHiaiGIAN SURGEON, Omen: AS tun Cur Duuo STOBB. HEW ULM, MINNESOTA. TJR. JL XAEDEK, ftEstDSNT Durnsrv OOce, eovner Minn, and First NUSfr. HEW ULM, MINNESOTA. T\AKOTA HOUSE, t*r. Bosv fmc*TXxw UiMr JJ F.WSE8BK, attorney tft Counselor AT LAW. MONEY TO LOAN.* Office over Citizen's National Bank. HEW ULM, .MINNESOTA H. CUASBOUBK, C. H. Ross, President. Cashier. BROWN CO. BAM, Cor. Minn. MEET ULM, Centre Streets. T% PFEFFERLE, 6m 460 600 10 00 16 0030 30 00 iyr 900 10 00 16 00 00 50 00 150 a oo 400 700 woo AdwrtlMBitBtem double column, double 4he tingle colraw rates. BusiaeM erAi of Ave lteet, one year $5.00, Men eddttiooel line 76 cte. All trautat idfertlMcmente to be paid for In advance. Adratieemeais Ineerted in the local notice columns, 10 cento a line fo...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 June 1878

cx Him ^tmzvo. AS BOBELETETER, Proprietor. UEWULM MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS. ?i The Grand Lodge of Free Masons, at their recent assemblage in the City of New York, attested their berfef in~thc ex istence of a Supreme Being, and rebuked their Frenc brethren for their blasphem ous infidelity. Mr. Stowell offered a re solution to the effect that, "it had dme to the knowledge of the Grand Lodge, that the Grand Orient of France had stricken from their constitution that part requir ing a belief in the existenc) of a Supreme Being, and this Grand Lodge, believing that action to be contrary to the teach ings of ancient Free Masonry, that Lodge be refused recognition." The resolution was unanimously passed. The rinderpest is rapidly carrying off the comparatively few head of cattle in Turkey which have escaped the ravages of war. A few weeks ago the disease was confined to the European ptoviuces of the empire, but lately it has shown it self and is rapidly spreading through Asiatic Turkey. Th...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 June 1878

Whistle and Hoe. There is a boy just over the garden fence, Who is whistling all through the livelong day, And hi! work is notjust a mere pretense, For you see the weeds he has cut away. Whistle and hoe, Sing as ou go, Shorten thesrowu v Bv the song yo know. Not a word of bpmoaning his task I hear, He has scarcely time for a growl I know, For his whistle sounds so meny and clear, He must find some pleasure every row. Whistle and hoe, Sing as you go, Shorten the row By the songs you know. But then while you whistle, be sure that you hoe, For, if you are idle, the briers will spread And whistle alone to the end of the row May do for the weeds, but is bad for the bread. Whistle and hoe, Sing as vou go, Shorten the row By the songs vou know. LEONID. Miss Cameron." Leonie Cameron, lazily looking out of a bow window upon a graden flaming with autumn tints and sunset glow, lifted a pair of soft dark eyes to Mrs. Toll man's face. It was an anxious face jus at that moment, and, being usually...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 June 1878

Gar Washington Letter. INDENTIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCE UPON LABOR WOMENS RIGHTS. 9 -THE ACTS OF THE ELECTORAL COM MISSION CONFIRMED BY CONGRESS :I- THE PRESIDENTS TITLE NOT TO }1E QUESTIONED THE POTTER INVESTIGATION. NEW LAW FOR -THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AD- JOURNMENT WILLIAM CULLEN ^BRYANTS DEATH. {From our regular correspondent.) WASHINGTON, D. June 15. 1878. It is an undisputed fact which holds good in all countries and in all times, that where there is most im provement of labor-saving machine ry, there the workmen are best off and enjoy more of the comforts oi the civilization. We have only without looking in to the history of the past, to compare t)je condition .of working people to-day in inven tive and noninventive countries. Yet a speaker at a workingmens. meeting held here last night was applauded because he would abolj.s]i railroads and labor-saving machinery, and he even went o fax as to say they man age these things better in China. Why, in hat non-inventive country the ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 June 1878

On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. James Accommodation,'' O N THE ST. PAUL & SIQTH CTTT H. B. WILL E RUN THROUGH BETWEEN ST. PAUL & "WORTHINGTON. flfl^E TABLE. 7.15 a. m. Leave St. Paul, Arrive 6 50 p. m. 1.35 p.m. Mankato, 12.25 4.26 St. James-, 0.45 a. n. fi.20 Arrive Worthington, Leave 5.30 This will enable Emigrants and Land Seekers to go THROITGH DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mankato, on the Winona & St. Peter U. R., by taking the west-bound train on that line, leaving. Winona at midnight may take the above train at Mankato' and reach Worth, ington the same afternoon. J. W. BISHOP, J. LINCOLN-, J. C. BOYCEX, Gen. Manager. Supt. i^on. Tkt.Agt & N-W. XiIlSTES. TKS3 PHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Embraces under one management the. Great Trunk Railway Lines of the WEST and NORTH WEST, and, with its numerous Branches wnd connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO and all the points in ILLINOIS, WISCO...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 June 1878

I jjdis Grasshoppers. The report of the United States entomological commission, created by an act of the forty fourth congress, for the purpose of studying the habits of the Rocky mountain locusts, and devising, if possible, some means of preventing the disastrousravagesof theseinsectsinthe Wes tern States, is now going through the press at the government printing office. This commis sion consisted of Prof. Charles Y. Riley, of St. Louis, chief Gyrus Thomas, of Carbondale. 111., and A. S. Packard, of Salem, Mass. The forthcoming work treats exhaustively of the subjects for the study of which the commission was appointed. Several of its chapters are de voted to a scientific presentation of the dis coveries which the commission has made, and will be of interest only to naturalists. The re mainder is of popular interest. One of the most interesting chapters is that which treats of the permanent breeding grounds of the locust. The area in which the locust breeds each year, in greater or...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 June 1878

A Minesnoia jSewsltems. BAKOTA COUNTY The New Era s&ys the taxes i Hastings are six mills the dollar more than i St. Kaul. A minister a Hastings, speaking of the ten virgins, said: ''Five were male and five were female." STEARNS COUNTY. Red Wing is actively moving secure a railroad the Cannon valley Faribault. A stabbing affray took place at Cannon lake one day last week, which resulted i Mr. Depati, the landlord of the Lake house and the bartender, Tcraquay, being quite badly cut, the former i the face, and the latter i the bowels. The affray occurred over a dispute about a bill. MINNEAPOLIS ITEMS. The 13th annual session the TJniver- salist State Con ventiow assembled in the church of the Redeemer on the 12th inst. The State Convention spiritualists closed a three days session the 16th inst.,. I is alleged to have been one of the most suc- cessful gatherings of spiritualists ever held in Minnesota. A incehdinary fire the 15th, de- stroyed the warehouse and hay pressing establi...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 June 1878

WW EM AP vicnnTi. fc BROWN COUNTY OFFICERS. Post Office Address Mew UJia. ATTITOH. B. Cten&taaa. TatXAMTftBRF. Schubert. KceifTXR OJP mat**A. Walton. Junes or PROBATEA. Weetphal. C( cut or THK Dirr. COVSTAlbertBlancbard fiiiaiuvrGeo Bicktlhaup*. APMrsro*J fBerndt. Ctmxv COMMIMIOMKRE. O. Koch. COCWTT ATTOKNXTB. F. Webber. (GOBOXSRDr. C. Weschcke. COWHTY SwcRiifTKiroxirrJohn Liad. (OoMMinioKZRaL. D. Rice chairmu, Chas. Wag iter, Antoandn MerfeJd, W. H, Sandera, Ole Jorgeu Ooxxiixieroial. Corrected Weekly by Richard Pfejferl*. NEWULMajARKET. Flour, per bbl .,$5.5006.50 Wheat, per bushel... 75 Oats, per bushel 40 Barley, per bushe. 50 Corn per bushel, 40 Beans, per bushel 2-75 Potatoes, per bushel 35 Hams, per ponud lo Cheese per lb 18 Salt, per bbl, 2i)0 Butter, per ft. 5 Sggs per dozen.... 7 Lard, per^pound.. lo Honey, per pound 20@25 Winona & St Peter Railroad. OOX?Gr EAST. ARRIVB. DEPART. Day Passenger... .*7,40 p.m. *5,55 a.m Night Pass ger J8,40 a.m. t4,50p.m ARRIVE DEPART...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 3 July 1878

wmmmHfmmmimmiQK A fire at Faribault last week de stroyed property to the value of $150- 000. A Farmer's Mutual Hail Associa tion has been organized in Nicollet county with C. fi. Hansen, as Presi dent M. Chilgren, Vice-President A. Thorson, Secretary P. H. Mc Dermid, Asst. Secretary. A full board of directors was also elected. The army appropriation bill passed by the last Congress requires that all headquarters, except that of the General and Lieut. General, be estab lished at military posts. In compli ance with this provision the head quarters of the department of Dakota nave been removed from St. Paul to Fort Snelling. From nearly forty points in south ern Minnesota, and from four coun ties in western Wisconsin, definite crop reports were received by tele graph and mail at La Crosse, Friday, in reply to inquiries. The two southern tiers of counties in Minne sota send generally favorable reports of the wheat prospects, although complaints are frequent enough to occasion some solic...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 3 July 1878

rt a &tm Him Qtmtw. JA8. BOBELBTETER, Proprietor. N1WULM MINKE80T CURRENT TOPICS. The Chicago Port, which is ownnl and edited by women, has just donned a new areas, and the Detroit News expocts to see it arrayed in a new dress at lea^t once a month. It must be kept in style, you know. A moderate amount of fat is general ly considered evidence of good health. About one-twentieth pa of the weight of a man and the sixteenth of a woman is considered the normal porportion. Its office, aside from its value in giving sym metry to the figure, is to prevent the rap id escape of animal heat, and also to sup ply the waste of tissue from sickness, un usual exertion and tempoiary depriva tion of food. Consul General Badeau in London has furnished our Government some very in teresting statistics concerning wages and the cost of living in England. fails however, to bear out the asser tion of the Philadelphia Press that wages in England are "from ninty to a hundred and twenty per cent, less tha...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 3 July 1878

It Hatters Aot. It matters not how dark the sky, Yet am I happy, Knowing I Will see the sunlight by-and-by-~.* It matters not hoir drear the day, Within my heart a voice doth say, "Thank God, 'twil' not be soalway" It matters not how deep the snow, I eomfjojstfetfcftfarwell I know Ere long the flowere will bud and blow And so, some time, when oyer me Sweep high the waves of sorrow's sea I say, "ThereTare better days to be." I've seen dear faces slip away From out the blessed light of day, "Notlostj hut gone before," I say. Love never here can lose its own,1-* For days of peace my life has known, My lips are still too glad to moan I know not when the end will be, Too plain the love of God I see. To doubt his tender care for me A LOYEK'S ADVENTURE. A Joking young Lady ana a lf." Snooting From the San Antonio Express Like besretB like" and one story leads to another. A few weeks ago the Express related an incident that happened to certain pairs of lovers at the San Pedro Springs, and t...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 3 July 1878

Our Washington Letter. With the exception of a national convention which fuses suddenly upon the Presidential nomination of a Polk, a Pierce, or a Hayes, there is no spectacle in this country so de pressing to a believer in republican government as the ordinary close of a session of Congress adjourned sine die yesterday morning at o'clock, the delay being caused in the en grossment of the Sundry Civil bill'. The scenes in the House during the closing hours were of the wildest de scription, many. of the members be* ing decided^' tne worse for liquorr Everything tvas confusion and dis order, and after two o'clock recesses were taken every other hour as a means of restoring ortfer and bring ing members to their serines. The galleries were thronged throughout the night, and the drunken rihaldtf of many of the spectators addVd to the din. Many captions and unim* portant amendments were made to the sundry civil biftr and it kept os cillating between the two houses every two or three notrf...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 3 July 1878

I^JFORTAlSTTi! On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. James Accommodation," ON THE ST. Fil & SIOU CM E. WILL BE RUN THROUGH BETWEEN" ST. PAUL & "WORTHTSGTON. TIME TABLE. 5 a.m. Leave St. Paul, ArriveftSp.m. 1.36 p.m. Mankato, 12.25 4.26 St. James, 9.45 a.m. 8.20 Arrive Worthington, Leave $-30 This will enable Kmiprants and Land Smokers to go THROUGH DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mankato, on the Winona & St. Peter R. K., by taking the west-bound train on that line, leaving Winona at midnight may take the above train at Mankato* and reach Worth ington the aame afternoon. J. W. BitHor, F. LINCOLN, J. C. BOTCEN, Gen. Manager. Supt. Gen. Tkt.Agt LINES. THK CHICAGO ft NORTH.WKBTKBK RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway Lines of the WEST and NORTH WEST, and, with ita numerous Branches and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO and all the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NORTHERN MICHIGAN, MINN...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 3 July 1878

The Northern Lights. A NOB8B SUPBRSTITION 'Nay,motherjaay the pictured coalis glowing Dulty-and redlyTnrthe hearthstone there onwasnoflameof caieless idlers' throwing, orrocketflashingthrough the startled air 'Twas but One! gleammgt of the,.No|themv Lights Ah, there again they reddened Huntcliff heights. 3 "So, let maraise you softly On the pillow fjj See, how the crimson lustreflaresand dies, Turningto]redthe longheave of the billow, Ana the greatarch of all the starless skies Thefisherssay such beauty bodes them sor row, Te'hngof btorm,and windto blowJo-morrow." "No, child, the busy wife may ball her lines, And net and gear lie ready for the 'morning, Nopresage that wavering glory shines, No doom in the rich hues the clouds adorning They do but sav the lingering hours are past! The gates,the golden gates, unclose atlast "Won, the long hill so steep and drear to climb, Done, the longtask so bitterhard inlearning The tears are Shed, and garneredup by time, The heart beats,freedfrom ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 3 July 1878

The Jiorthern Lights. A NORSK SUPERSTITION. Hay, inoher,nay the pictured coal is glowing iuli end redly on the hearthstone there onwasno flame of caieless idlers' throwing, orrocket flashing through the startled air 'Twas but i ihe gleaming of the Northern Lights Ah, there again they reddened Huntcliff heights. "So, let me raise you softly on the pillow See, how the crimson lustre flares and dies, Turning to red the long heave of the billow, And the great arch of all the starless skies The fisheis say such beauty bodes them sor row, Tc'lmgof btorm,and wind to blow to-morrow." "'Wo, child, the busy wife may bait her lines And net and gear lie ready for the morning, No presage in that wavering glory shines, No doom in the rich hues the clouds adorning They do but say the lingering hours are past, The gates,the golden gates, unclose at last. "Won, the long hill so steep and drear to climb, Done, be long task so bitter hard in learning The tears are shed, and garnered up by time, The he...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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