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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 1 January 1896

efore you buy any crockery this year it will be to your interest to look at the new goods that F. H. Behnke has just placed on his shelves. No thing like it has ever been seen in New Ulm before. It's simply beautiful, iverybody wants the best and for as little money as possible. We have chamber sets, for instance, thai are •sure to please. We have them in all styles from $2.50 to $15. Call around and look at them. ow about lamps. You may want one oorself or you may want to give one a friend as a present. If either is he case, we ean accomodate you and know that our reputation this line has won us many friends. Our stock in cludes banquet, hanging, stand, hand and night lamps. Ask for our smokeless night lamp 'which, once filled, will burn for 100 hours. Nglassesiasaheapricwinos one of on glassware either to quality. Our fine water and sets, pitchers, and tumblers are pleasing to everybody. Some of them are beauties Iftremelyoldenare IVk:china rings in times never used such dishes as...

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. — 1 January 1896

W/f I 4 ,1 ^ji-v^.*-**. THE MINUET DANCER. 80, my enchantress in the flowered brocade. Yon call an elder fashion to your aid, Step forth from Gainsborough's canvas and advance, A powdered Galatea, to the dance. Abont yon clings a faded, old world air,^ As though the link boys crowded round your 'chair, As though the Macaronis thronged the Mall, And the French hornswere sounding at Vaux hall. They tread the stately measure to its close, The silver buckles and the silken hose, Ladies and exquisites, that bend and sway. Brilliant as poppies on an August day. You dance the minuet, and we admire, We dullards in our black and white attire, Whose russet idyl seems a mere burlesque, Set in a frame so far less picturesque. Yet I take heart: for Love, the eoatless rogue, Can scarcely heed what raiment be in vogue, Since in good sooth his negligence is known As something scandalous anent his own. And so he whispers. Eyes were bright and brown Long ere the powder tax dismayed the town, And fait...

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. — 1 January 1896

W5M*gj \&t$* :n "1 I 4 ,VHW.' Ivy Poisoning Eight Years of Suffering Perfect Cure by Hood's Sarsaparilla C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: Dear Sirs: —We have tried Hood's Sarsapa rllla and find it to be all you claim for it. wife was poisoned by ivy when a young woman, and for eight years was troubled every season Hood's3^Cures with the breaking out and terrible itching ano burning.. I thought hers was as bad a case as anyone ever had. She was in this distressing condition every year until she began to taka Hood's Sarsaparilla, which has effected a per. feet cure, without leaving any scars, and sht has had N S of. he is on S in She is well and hearty. I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla after the grip with goodresults, and have also given it to our four children. "We ar« all pictures of perfect health and owe it to Hood's Sarsaparilla." J. C. FREEMAN, Van dalia, Illinois. N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa rilla do not be induced to buy any other instead. Pills are hand...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 1 January 1896

ft-. 4 :i 13 pro-c::ii.:ent the best spool cotton for hand sewis,'* or ir.a nine sewing. It is the strongest thread i:icrlc it is free fro.n knots, kinks, flaws, or ravels i.-» a: ways uniform in quality, thickness and strength. never breaks itself or breaks the needle never puckers the seams or throws the tension out of order. It costs no more than poorer kinds of thread. Ask your dealer for it. Send 24c.tendreceive 6 spools of thread (any color or num ber), together with 4 bobbins tor your machine, (ready wound and an Instructive book on thread andsewing, Free. Be sure and give the name und number of your machine. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO.WillimanticConiLi GOTO Beussmann Bros. .POB- TINWARE. PAINTS, BRUSHES. SAWS, AXLE GREASE. OILS. Of which we keep the largest assortment. Please give us a call as our prices are the lowest and our goods are the best. Yod Wdti a shdfp flow. 'W maK it. NEW ULM ROLLER MILL CO. J$lo$$fier $ JBdeller, .DEALER IN Hardware and Farm Machinery. Minneapolis Ha...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 1 January 1896

$ fti GOTO Beussmann Bros. -FOR- TINWARE. PAINTS, BRUSHES, SAWS, AXLE GREASE. OILS. Of which we keep the largest assortment. Please give us a call as our prices are the lowest and our goods are the best. -. & ...DEALE IN Hardwareand FarmMachinery. Minneapolis Harvesters and Binders. Walter A. Woods Steel Tubular Mowers* J. I. Case and Minneapolis Threshers and Engines. Riding and W&1l$ing PloWs WAGONS AND BUGGIES, Qdtivatof$, Oil do paint $ ABOVE MACHINES AND REPAIRS FOR SAME ALWAYS ON HAND. Klossner & Mueller. JteWi.Sobds We have now located in our new stand aad a*e prepared to show the people an entirely new stock of goods, including 3NTo',CTcr TJljaXitks- hardware. We now handle the KED CROSS Conidng Stove.' It is undoubtedly the best in the market. ,x- Brewer ^Maltster. fit Our Bre.wery is on"fe of the largest in the Northwest. It is also 'V£«"splendidly equipped and the produces of the finest quality/, Ask f*T TTQ«0r,c.fo?«»Q h«fl» if m*"+ ArndtChristll 38 Knees Arb...

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. — 8 January 1896

VOLUME 300D RECORD. Uew TJlm's Leading Industrie*, Show Up Well for 1895. \H'..\V. he Statistics of the Mills are Actnally Astonishing. Over Two Million and a Half Bushels of Wheat Ground into Hour. It requires at Least a Million and a quar ter Dollars to Pay for Same. Other industries Equally Prosperous and Encouraging. The Building Improvements for the Year in the Neighborhood of $150,000. The Review has taken the trouble to gather some of the statistics regarding a few of our leading industries, and we feel sure that the figures will not only prove interesting bht surprising. The mills, of course, represent our leading industry, and while 1815 was not even an^tverage year among millers, the ac companying reports show that our local institutions have more than held their own. The Eagle Mill Co. has a record as fol- Bushels of Wheat Ground.. .1,918,543 Approximate value $950,000 Barrels of Flour 407,571 Hands Employed 99 Expense $123,948 The New Ulm Roller Mill Co., pro prietors of...

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. — 8 January 1896

N 5 5 A N is ii $*?.* N 2 tfOOr.k 8 Daily*excepfclifooday. Daily except Monday. C. W* HEIDEMAS. £)& L. A. FRITSCHE» **trent PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEOIft Female Diseuee a 8pe«ilty, Offioe in W. Boi^'f Ytv*JUJl«fc« SewUlm. "Mlaai T)R. A. HARDEN, RESIDENT DEXTIMTJ^ Ottos. Coraat Mlaasaals latlL jWw»»^ NEW 0LM, ,' '"1 \"', lflJSWj Teeth extracted wlthoqt palm ay W'aatjeJ »t /lied air or nitrons oxide gaa. D* L. G. BELL. ,.-•• Resident Denttetv Office in the Meridian Bloekr f:£W ULM, •!_ -7 .MtaBB Teeth extracted without pain ft* atest approved methods. J)K. A. KOEHNIi Pfeterfaoi1*/ Having treated sick animals foryeaUM oan conscientiously recommendVxojhi self to all who need the services^ of 4 competent Veterinary. Orders may^M) Left at Union Hotel or Olson'* WM Store. :SEW ULM. MINN. J±' E. BEHNKE. D. V. 8. A mm Cfiiot over Brown County Bank." uim to taw rear of the building^ horses can be iefl ft* ly, -. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURQSJHB Office over Olsen^ Druflelj^r-^ Besldenot In Prof.1 ...

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. — 8 January 1896

I Sk W»VO»H VMJkm ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLO RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hasstood the Test of Tim MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED JULIUS KKAUSE. S A I N E PAPER House and Sign Paintin all kinds and the most satisfactory paper hanging guaranteed. Shop on Minneso a street south of Chicago House. ui ding Stone forS ale The New TJlm Stone Company is rea dy to sell building stones at the Quarry. For prices inquire of J. Pfenninger, W. Boesch, A. Schell or Chas. Stolzenberg, Redstone. -1 NOTICE.—The use of land for pastur ing or cutting of wood or quarrying and hauling of stone is not allowed unless by a written permit from the company. NEW ULM STONE CO. MERGHANT TAILORING. Best Quality of Goods. Newest Styles Finest Pits, Best Workmanship, Repairing and Cleaning Suits also promptly attended to. "TEWEL GASOLINE STOVE, none & better, at J. A. ARNOLD'S. WOOL!. The undersigned wishes to announce to the public, and especially to his old customers that on the corner of Minneso t...

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. — 8 January 1896

JM? UlmReview JOHNSO N & WinSH, Fnuiins. Wednesday Jan. 8,1896. Senator Carlisle has issued another call for bonds to the amount of $100,000,000. The loan is to be a popular one and we predict that the administration will be surprised at the readiness with which it is taken up. According to the latest dispatches, the Cubans have captured Ha^jina. This means an independent and Republican form of government in the near tuture» and the United States should be the first to recognize it. The change of front of the Hospital commi'.dion from Hastings to Anoka is about as inconsistent a piece of public business as has been noted in the state. The man, Hooper, who changed his vote is absolutely uaworthy of public confi dence. Cincinnati Enquirer: «•You seem sad my red-skinned brother," said the mis sionary. '•Red-skinned brother's heart heap sad," said the noble son of the prairie ''white man shoot better, fight better, and now Injun hear college yell, he know Injun can't war-whoop for s...

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. — 8 January 1896

,•» Bit rr jefore you buy any crockery this year li will be to your interest to look at jthe new goods that P. H. Behnke 'has just placed on his shelves. No thing like it has ever been seen in New Ulm before. It's simply beautiful. Esureeto verybody wants the best and for as littl money as possible. We have chamber sets, for instance, that are please. We have them in all styles from $2.50 to $15. Call around and look at them. Hyourself,tolamps.present.maItfowaneranid ow abou You one you may want giv one to a friend as a eithe the case we can accomodate you know that our reputation in this line has won us many friends. Our stock in cludes banquet, hanging, stand, hand and night lamps. .Ask for our smokeless night lamp which, once filled, will burn for 100 hours. N Iglassesisandanpricfe one ahead us on glassware either as to or quality. Our fine water wine sets, pitchers, tumblers are pleasing to everybody. Some of them are beauties. ings in olden times never used such dishes as we ar...

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. — 8 January 1896

I A SUMMER SCENE. laden come the maidens home, With poppies and wild rosea, Singing ditties as they come, A id blushing like their posies. Crowned is one merry maid With coronal of poppy Nature has with beauty played, To make a faultless copy. Laughter gathers in her eye, .. Her every movement blushes Hark I she mocks a lover's sigh With songs in birdlike gushes.' Cupid, should be pass her way, For lack of strength must tarry She will steal his bow away And bid the rogue go marry. —Charles T. Lusted in Blackwood's Magazine. OLD MILITARY LORE. Regulations.That Guided_Jfoldier» In the "sixteenth Century. 1 "The Pathwaie of Martiall Disci pline" (1581), by Thomas Steward, is full of plates and abounds in quaint re marks. Giving the dnties of a provost marshal, we find: "He shall according to the lawes punish all offenders with out regard or respect of persons, and in the market place shall set up a pair of gallows, both for the terror of the wick ed and for execution upon them that of ...

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. — 8 January 1896

liF fe rmr HorUi Pembroke,' Man. After the Grip **ft from Hood's Saraaparitla Wonderful and Permanent. ~0. Hood* Co., Lowell, Mau.: "I hat Sidney troublo and NToro point 1* *tTbaek,wliteh brought about by a cold wetraetsa waUsneamp at Llnnflaid in laaa. laavsbesn troubltd mora or teas tine* that una and havo boon unable to do any heavy work, moth IOM any lifting. I received only tmpararr relief from medicines. Last spring ItudanetUckot the grip, which left me with A Bad Cough, vary Woak physieany. In fact my system war esmplstely ran down. tried a bottle of Hood's 8arsapa rill*art it made tnefeel so much betterthat 1 •ontUrud taking it, and hire taken six bottles. fc—_4«a« wonders for me, as I hare not been so treetrom my old painsandtttroublessines th #Gurese I eonsider.Hood's Sarsaparilla a God-sen bleseingtothe suffering," Wifcuuc A North Pembroke, Mass. Hood's Pills cure Constipation byrestor. tngths peristaltic actionof thealimentary eanai rs. Loudenschaeger Dealer in STOVE S H...

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. — 8 January 1896

i- 3&v or.ravgfc£ri3 OIIELS. Rfo'CT ^-^ii&-<ff\",' ^pS^«p^^Cptton forehand xskgihT ttnever'&i^ifesit ...... needle nevgrr pjj^Gjr#'%}i2. sfeatns or throswjj^e/j teusion out of order.'- itcosts no more.than*poorer. kinds of thread. Ask your dbakr for-it. Send 24*and receive 6 spools of tiiread (any color or nun lier), together vitb^ bobbins for ydnr machine, (ready^ljl wound) and an Instructive book onthreadandsewing.Free. Be sure and give the namoand number of yourmachine. WILLIPIANTIC THREAD CQ.V/illimanticCoiULj O O Beussmann Bros -POR- T/A/ VW\/?£. PAINTS. BRUSHES. SAWS. AXLE GREASE. Of which we keep the largest assortment. Please give us a call ,. as our prices are the lowest and our goods'are the best. want a sharp flour ^emaKeit. JVEIV ULM ROLLER MILL CO. l§lo$$t7e pellet, .DEALE IN Hardware and Farm Machinery. Minneapolis Harvesters and Binders. Walter A. Woods Steel Tubular Mowers* J. I. Case and Minneapolis Threshers and Engines, Riding and Walking Plo\A/s WA...

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. — 15 January 1896

I A GENUINE OAENIYAL. The Citizens Take Hold and Bender the Movement an Assured Success. Ice Palace, Toboggan Slides, lire "Works, Parades and the Like. -A Eeal "Boreabs Bex," lire King and Lord Chancellor. borne weeks ago Julius Berndt con ceived the idea of having a carnival cele bration in New Ulm and as an annex thereto as ice palace that would really prove a diawmg card for the rest of the wintei season. The idea did not create much enthusiasm at fiist, buf it only re quired a little urgiug to get the business men interested. According a meeting was held on Thursday evening at which the matter, was thoroughly discussed and an organ ization effected as follows President, Robert Loheyde secretary, Jos. Groeb ner, treasu-er, J. B. Arnold. A number of business men were named as direccors and a second meeting held at which committeeships were assigned as follows Programme Robeit Loheyde, chair man, Hugo Fischei, Hubert Manderfeld, Chas. Stengel, Andrew J. Eckstein and Otto Sctaell. ...

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. — 15 January 1896

rf%&5*r?*foBFJE !*»C ..T,« ^Nev Clin Wednesday, Jan. 15. 1896. & N. W. R'y. West Bound, TIME CARD fj. East Bound. 6 6:55 A. Ne 3 I N» 4 2:1§ £)R L. A. FRITSCHE, J)R. A. KOEHNL, 4:28 P. P. Ne 5 12:20 §N«t8 11:50F.u £Nel& §N»2 9:00 F.M §N 15 Daily except Sunday. A. 5:40 •. 2:10 P. Daily except Monday. C. W. H. HEIDEMAN. ^en PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Female Diseases a Speoialty. Offics in W. Boescb'g fcew'Briok BlooV. Sew Ulm, Mica f)It. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. OCice, Corner Minnesota and IsC H, Street KEW ULM, MINN, Teeth eztrv-tcd wlthont pain by the use »t .zed air or citrous oxide gas.. J)?i. L. G. BELL, ,. Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block. MEW ULM, MINN2 Teeth extracted without pain by the atost approved methods. Veterinary Surgeon, Having treated sick animals for an I conscientiously recommend my^ xelf to all who need the services of .4 competent Veterinary. Orders may bt» left at Union Hotel or Olson's Drug Store. NE W ULM, MINN. :J^ E. BEHNKE, D. V. ...

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. — 15 January 1896

"V THEjuoai tsutn tomnsKCBsni WWYOIMI UJA. -. [ABSOLUTEL PURE THE 0U REUABIE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE HM Stood the TMt Of TIM MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED JUEIUS KEM^E. HANGER House and Sign Painting of all kinds and the most satisfactory paper hanging guaranteed. Shop on Minneso a street south of Chicago House. Buicting Staie for Sale The N Stone Company is rea dy to sell building stones at the Quarry. For prices inquire of J. Pfenninger, W Boesch, A Schell or Chas. Stolzenberg, Redstone. NOTICE.—Th use of land for pastur ing or cutting of wood or quarrying and hauling of stone is not allowed unless by a written permit from the company. N E W STON E CO. MERGHANT TAILORING. Best Quality of Goods. Finest Fits, Newest Styles Best Workmanship, Repairing and Cleaning Suits also promptly attended to. fi. l^&mmt. "TEWEL A S O I N E STOVE none & better, at A a S O %^i WOOL!. The undersigned wishes to announce to the public, and especially, to his old customers that on th...

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. — 15 January 1896

SJjf. «y,4J »8 JOHNSON & I N *L"j((EKr39 •--A '^/l''^*,V f(eYr Ulm Review PUEMSHEIS. Wednesday Jan* 8, 1886. Attorney General Childs has conclud ed to again become a candidate for re. election. Poor Edgerton must wait. Ex. Gov. Wm. R. Marshall, one of the early executives of the state, died last week in California. Marshall was one of the most distinguished historicalehar acters of the Northwest and withal one of the purest and most straight-forward men who has ever served our people in the capacity of governor. In view of the fact that Marshall is to be dry this year as the result of the re cent election we would suggest to Editor Whitney, Senator Beishus and a few oth er friends the following recipe which can easily be filled in the privacy of their homes: Two quarts of hot water, two piuts of rum and a little lemon stir in nutmeg and drink while hot. The news comes from London that the Venezuelan dispute is in the way of be ing entirely settled, and it is possible that within...

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. — 15 January 1896

,t*&- B!t Esureeto &£??% '^r^s^S^i*'. -.^Pi iefore you buy any crockery this year li will be to your interest to look at Ithe new goods that F. H. Behnke 'has just placed on his shelves. No-' thing like it has ever been seen in New Ulm before. It's simply beautiful. verybody wants the best and for as littl money as possible. We have chamber sets, for instance, that are please. We have them in all styles from $2.50 to $15. Call around and look at them. Hyourself,tolamps.present.maItfowaneronid ow abou You one you may want giv to a friend as a eithe the case we can accomodate you an know that our reputation in this line has won us many friends. Our stock in cludes banquet, hanging, stand, band and night lamps. Ask for our smokeless night lamp which, once filled, will burn for 100 hours. No one is ahead of us on glassw are either as to price or quality. Our fine water and wine sets, pitchers, glasses and tumblers are pleasing to everybody. Some of them are beauties. iflings in ...

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. — 15 January 1896

BAREFOOT BABIES. know a spot, a sonny nook. Where barefoot babies come to play. Where nature's best unfolded book Reveals its teachings all the day. •There where the tiger lily lifts Its haughty face to greet the anile Of sky blue heaven's snowy drifts Come naught of worldly care nor guile. There, close beside a rippling stream The barefoot babies laugh and prance And toss their yellow locks that gleam ...Like tasseled corn in- breeze's dance.. Dear barefoot babies, reap the sweet Of youth and life and dance your best. 'Twill come dreamlike from years' re treat In after time to lull you rest. —H. 8. Keller in Detroit Free Press. THEY WERE-BEARS. How Hunter Bagged ml Ton of Them Jn Thirty Seconds. "I believe I got as big a bag of bears in as short a time as any map eyerclia," said Doc Stadley, the ex-sJbietiff ahd bje«r hunter of Mendocino. ^**A bag of bears?" exclaimed the ,yonhg: man who had jnat \bd^^Blfing abont fifbag^f sn&e! he htLdfon^lkilledi "What were they-4ittle fellow...

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. — 15 January 1896

BAREFOOT BABIES. 1 know a spot, a sunny nook. Where barefoot babies come to play. Where nature's best unfolded book Reveals its teachings all the day. There where the tiger lily lifts Its haughty face to greet the smile Of sky blue heaven's snowy drifts Come naught of worldly care nor guile. There, close beside a rippling stream The barefoot babies laugh and prance And toss their yellow locks that gleam Like tasseled corn in breeze's dance. Dear barefoot babies, reap the sweet Of youth and life and dance your best. 'Twill come dreamlike from years' re treat In after time to lull you rest. —H. S. Keller in Detroit Free Press. THEY WERE BEARS. How a Hunter Bagged a.' Ton of Them In Thirty Seconds. "I believe I got as big a bag of bears in as short a time as any man ever did," said Doc Stadley, the ex-sheriff and bear hunter of Mendocino. -^'A bag of bears?" exclaimed the ,young man who had jnet \beeia telling about a bag of snipe he had once killed. "What were they—little fellows? Wha...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
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