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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 31 August 1892

JJR. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DKNTlHTg$ Office, Corner Minnesota and lat N. Street. N E W MINN. Teeth extiaeted without pain by the use of Talized air or nitronB oxide gas. L. A. FRITSCHE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesch's Vew'Brictr Block. New Ulm, Minn. £)R STK1CKLER, W &$?M PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office In G. Doehne's new buck block. N E W ULM, I N N Telephone Connections. L. SCHOC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer a Store. N E W MINN. J)K C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Oisen's Drugstore. When in town, can bu found at office at all hours. N E W ULM. MIN N A E. BEHNKE V. S. SURGEON DENTIST Office over Brown County Bank. Fine barn to the rear of the building, where horses be left for treatment. L. G. E Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block E W ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the latest approved methods. EMIL MUELLER Veteftoa!t $dttfeoH $ QeHtisL Calls either 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. — 31 August 1892

35 M* 3JJ E BOV. Sometime there been a lvttleboy The wolde not run and play, And helnles^like that little tyke Ben allwais in the way.* •"Goe, make you merrio with the rest," His weary moddei cried JJut with a frown he catch her gown Auu hoivg unul her &ide. '^m **S* /jGodde Nor played upon the floor— •"Godde's was the joy a lyttle boy •Benin the way no more! 4'You 4St loveth children, anddoth gird His throne with such as the«e, mm And lie doth smile plaisaunce while They cluster at his knees And sometimes, when he looked on earth, And watched the bairns at p'ay, ir$ Heke-uied with joyalyttle boyr Ben allwais in tlie way. And then a merler felt her hearty -j Howithaeiit ben to-torne— i« *£', She kis3*fi«esfeh day till she been gray The shoes he used to worn "No bairn let hold until her gown, 4 —Eugene Field. HELEN'S GOOD DEED, "Yea," said the doctor, solemnly, ""she shows every indication of going *into a decline. Rest, relaxation, change of air and scene—that's what .she ought ...

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. — 31 August 1892

& if! -,??" ELIZABETH BETSE A N BESS Elizabeth, Betsey and Bess Went walking in sunshiny weather "Dp on a tree in a lane, Two apples were hanging together. Elizabeth, Betsey and Bess. They each picked an apple and ate it^ Bnt still there was one apple left -«SS If yon know the reason, just state it —From our Little Men and Women. FACING DEATH. E war "of he rev olution in South America between the natives of the a their Spanish a was one of the remorseless a sanguinary on record. All principles of a it were set aside by he ferocious butchers in a it till at length guerra a a meurt a and extermination, became the fear ful war-cry of each halt-frenzied faction.* At the head of the royalist forces was General Morales, as savage and blood-thristy a wretch as ever existed, and opposed to him, as chief of the patriots was General Bolivar, he subsequent founder of the fiveTe publics of Venezuela, New Granada Peru, Bolivia, a Equador On one occasion some five a twenty a had been taken by...

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. — 31 August 1892

l\ If SUMMONS. ri state of Minre-Dla. County of Brown ^ss 1 District Co.\rt,.\inth Judicial District. •J PUiiip!' Gros- Plantiff. .- II Fi"wirth *he uriKiiown heirs of said C. :i r/ 'TirTii mJ. aiso all other persons or oart:e- urikiHnvn.cIajinmfr any right, title, Ztr—n iw^r« 'M-in+K.-e-l in tlie-real estatede scribed in the complaint herein.—Defend- alXtie Da^ed Minnesota, to the above named Defendants: y^u -n~«- oi a mo-i"!-"'I hereby sum- ,Mir""i answer the com- plaint of the Plaintiff in the above entitled Scum. vVKicii io on nieu in the oince ot the cleric of the said Court at his office at the -!*v of New (Jim, Minn., and to serve acopv" of+J vour answer to saidcom- r.isiin*on ub'»mber a1 his office, in the city of New Ulm, in the County of Brown, *iinn.. within twenty days after the sewrice of this summons upon you, ex clusive ot the day ot such service, and if vou fail to answer the said complaint with in the time aforesaid, the a in tint ,' action will applv to the Court i...

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. — 7 September 1892

'•I $ 3 -si fa 5$ THE TABIFF5AFD WAGES. Excellent Returns for Laoor McZiniey Law. Stubborn Facts Froma Democratic Eeport inYork State. ME^^l^i Investigations by the Commissioner of Statistics Show a Net Increase of $6,377,925 in Wages. Also a Net Increase of $31,315,130 intro duction, inSixty-EightIndustnes,Em ployine: 285,000 Persons. Had a bombshell dropped into the Democratic camp from a clear sky, it would not have sent greater consterna tion into the -hearts of the Cleveland Democrats than did the. ninth annual report of the Democratic Commissioner of the Bureau, of Labor Statistics of New York, Charles F. Peck, made public last week. Senator Hill and his admirers, including Mr. Peck, look upon the dissatisfaction caused by this unan swerable statement with grinning coun tenances. They bear no love for Mi*. Cleveland, and have not forgotten the insults heaped upon them at Syracuse and Chicago by the Cleveland faction.' They look with evident .relish upon the true statement whic...

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. — 7 September 1892

I •J? THE TARIFf^AND WAGES. Excellent Betnrns for Labor From the McKMey Lair. Stubborn Pacts Proma Democratic Beport iaTork Statej'S -A»-.s Investigations by the Commissioner of Statistics Show a Net Increase of $6,377,925 in Wages. JUso a Net Increase of $31,315,130 inPro duction, inSixty-EightIndustnesjEm ploying 285,000 Persons Had si bombshell dropped into- .the [Democratic camp from a clear sky, it would not have sent greater consterna ion into the hearts of the Cleveland Democrats than did the ninth annual report of the Democratic Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics of New York, Charles P. Peck, made public last week. Senator Hill and his admirers, including Mr. Peck, look upon the dissatisfaction caused by this unan swerable statement with grinning coun tenances. They bear no love for Mr. 0 Cleveland, and have not forgotten the insults heaped upon them at Syracuse and Chicago by the Cleveland faction. 'M They look with evident relish upon the f| true statement whic...

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. — 7 September 1892

THE TARIFF AND WAGES. Exeelltat Baturns for Labor From the McEMey Law. Stubborn Pacts Prom a Democratic Eeport in York State. Investigations by the Commissioner of Statistics Show a Net Increase of $6,377,925 in Wages. Also a Net Increase of $31,315,130 inPro dnction, in Sixty-Eight Industries,Em ployinsc 285,000 Persons. Had a bombshell dropped into the Democratic camp from a clear sky, it would not have seat greater consterna- tion into the hearts of the Cleveland Democrats than did the ninth annual report of the Democratic Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics of New York, Charles F. Peck, made public last week. Senator Hill and his admirers, including Mr. Peck, look upon the dissatisfaction caused by this unan- swerable statement with grinning coun tenances. They bear no love for Mr. Cleveland, and have not forgotten the in-mit.s heaped upon them at Syracuse and Chicago by the Cleveland faction. They look with evident relish upon the true statement which Mr. Peck presen...

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. — 7 September 1892

4CONTEMTMENT NATURE 1 wonld not change my joys for those Of Emperors ami king*. "What has my gentle mend the rose Told them, it aii'-rlit. do you suppose— The rose that tells me things? What secrets have they had with trees? What romps with gras-y spears? "What know they of the m/stenei? 4)f butterfl es and honey-heed, Who whisper in my ears? "What says the sun I earn Tinto them? What tales have brooklets told? its there within then* diadem -A. single rival to the gem The dewy daises hold? 4Twas vwith 5 %T & "What sympathy have they with birds, Whose songs are songs oi mine? 'po they e'er hear, as though in words ?&l lipsed, the message of the herds Oi grazing, lowing kme? *& iAh no! Give me no lofty throne, But just what Nature yields. H»et me but wander on, alone Jf need be, so that all my own .Are woods and dales and fields. ^v* —John Kendrick Bangs, in Harper's Weekly. lUCY'S TWO LOYEKS. I a fiourisli I of his whip, old JDr. a drew his gig up I-at the gate of a me Wa...

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. — 7 September 1892

,4 jnoWJKGIHKREAUTIBS OF ENGLISH OBTttO? "fe, *.***- GBAPHY. A pretty made went out won day^V* 'Twas in the summer thyme, f? But a style maid paws to say: |f "Ah, know! I cannot clime!" a "Then in the would suppose we wrest,'' Sew I made haste to say— ''And wen the son is inn the west Wheel take our homeward, weigh." ," Her cheek was read, her smile was suite, Soft shown her eyes of blew— -A-nd threw the grass her dainty feat Seemed just as if they flue.. Then boulder groan, my love I tolled, I offered hart and hand And with a wring of purest gold *-, I oeiled love's rnysttc bfipned. .-7 A E T, Corbett in Lifei^ A MOENI^.GLORY.? NCE upon a where in Some body's garden there grew a Morning Glory vine. Nobody knew how it came there, for 110 one had planted it, but it was a pretty little thing, with green hearts for leaves and cunning little palegreen curls here and there upon its fuzzy stem., s-r- She wanted to get off of th^|r%und •where she had been all her short life, so shercrept s...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 7 September 1892

1 -.'V- y'^ .. mi CONGRESSMAN HORB'S VIEWrepeated What He Thinks of the Pdlitioal 8itua- The Money Question Attracting the Moat Interest. Common Sense Asserting -, A ^Itself: '*'$8# In traveling through the West I am astonished to find bow many people there are worrying over the question of the amount of money actually in use in the United States. I find the fanners and workingmen of the country discuss ing what they call "the money ques tion." This comes largely from the fact that General Weaver and the peo pie who compose the party whose ticket he heads for the presidency are attribut ing nearly all the ills of life to what they are pleased to call "the scarcity of the circulating medium." It is the cus tom of the speakers of that, party to name over as many disagreeable things as they can think up, and then by every form of ingeniiity possible they attempt to attribute all these conditions in some way to the small amount of money in circulation in the United States. Of course the...

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. — 7 September 1892

"^1 ^•wN k. L. A. FBJT8CHE, ^rijgg PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Disease* a Specialty. Office in Boewjh'i Isv'Briot Block Niew Ulm. Minn. JJR. STKICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. •s -J- Ofilbela 6. DMbn«'s sew brh*Me*.*' NEWULM£f 'M'.MHOI. .Telephone Conaeetaon^ JJB. J. L. SCHOCH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office, over Pioneer Drug Store. NJBWULM. BONN. J)*L C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,, Office over piseD'sDrijgttort. .When in town, can bV foufnd aif office at alThonrs. NEW ULM. S MINN A E. BEHNB'E, D. Y. S. VfrERiNiRY SURGEON DENTIST Office oyer Brown County Bank. Fine barn to the rear of the building, where horses can be left for treatment. m. L. Q. BELL, $S 4 Resident Dentist. '.v Office in the Meridian Block. F.EW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without^ pain by the latest approved methods, EMIL MUELLER Mfo+H"*^*. Veterinary Surgeon $ Qentist Calh? either in the city or country promptly and satisfactorily attended to. Office in the Masonic Bl...

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. — 7 September 1892

tt. W. JOKNSpN, EDITOR AXTD FUBXJSHBB, NEW ULH, MINNESOTA. LEIBNIZ/ who never forgot anything he read, could relate Virgil and other classical .poets, even, when he. was quite an old man. IN the churchyard atDarley Dale in, England is a yew tree, said to be the oldest in the world. Local .tradition mades it 3,000 years old. '?*5 AN Australian pearl diver says that one of the strange effects of diving is the invariable bad temper felt while working at the bottom of the sea. E gastronomic law that oysters |&f should not be eaten in the months without an "R" in them, was laid down Ell by a person named Butler, nearly 300 years ago. "IT is curious to note that it is the bachelors in the House of Commons a who interest themselves most persist gently in the woman's suffrage quee« ?X^-CT RANNOCH LODGE, the fine country 'place in Scotland now occupied by Andrew Carnegie, who leases it from --•Sir Robert Menzies, is thirteen miles .from a telegraph office and twenty three miles from a ra...

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. — 7 September 1892

1P1TIL si.- ^Unrelentingly Does *&lgeize the Hapless Tictims of Cholera^ "Mor Deatfis and New Cases oh the Quarantined Vessels at' New York..'/? N EW YOBK, Sept. 5.—The health officers gave permission to land the cabin passen-. ge ot the steamer Fulda to-day. and they were transferred to a steamer which bfougot them to the •city. -Dr. Jenkins, accompanied by Quarantine Commissioner Allen and Prof. Brigga,- went to lower quaran tine this morning, and on his re turn it was learned tnat the cholera had-claimed a number of victim* on the infected steamers during the day. The startling fact was niade public that three deaths had occurred on board of the Normannia, two on the Moravia and one on the Bugia. All the dead were taken tb Swinburne island and cremated. It was also ascertained that six cases of the disease had been sent to Swinburne island to-day. The cabin ^passengers of the steamer Normania have been transferred to Hoffman island. The canic among-them to-day is described by...

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. — 7 September 1892

J'TSK wfz. ISP fct ft": S a of Minnesota Cooiity df*Brow£jf*»f District Court, N in Judicia Diattidt. Philip Gross* Plantifl. vs ._ H.Figwirth,th heirs of said a also all persons or a a in a right, title, estate Uen or interest in he real a scribed in^the a in hereitf.-+Defend* %W anxa*i State 1 of Minnesota to he above \'fM a a L****.* «.,.-, -A tfou a each of are to a he con ".iWrS^rxu-. VfininUff in 4-h* '"•clerk he said Cour at is office at he city of N Ulm Minn.,niauiad to serve a copy of a to a plain on he subscriber a is office, in rf he city of N in he of I Brown Minn., it in a after he searic of is on clusiv of he a of service, a xi fail to a nswe he said a in with in he me aforesaid, he Plam+?tt in is a on will apply to he Cour ror he relief a in said complaint a 37th A ^moiie^andd required,oo answerr thye com-. ,js adapted foT nervosa petite plaintdoafn therequiredf /i-%W Plaintiff's A to N Minn NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS: Stat of Minnesota, of 'r District Couurt N in Judicia ...

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. — 21 September 1892

mmm VOLUME XV. ]tfO 36. JBOW N COUNT PAIR. Financially it was a Sncc33S and]will Les sen the Society's Debts.-^^ The Exhibit, as far as it Went was G-ood, bnt there was not enough of it. The Crowd which Attended on Sunday ,,was an Unusually Large one* Numerous Among them were the Seekers After Office and Votes. *, The twenty-secondAnnual Fair of the Brown County Agricultural Society opened on Friday and continued without much excitement until Sunday evening. The first two days were marked by only a slim attendance, but Sunday .afternoon the people came in from the country in crowds and by night the coffers of the gate keepers were heavy with quarters. Financially,success is the only word that can be applied to the show. Last year the management lan into the hole to the extent of about $800, but this year they will be able to cut that down some, the net income being in the neighborhood of $200. This should be of some encour agement to the officers and directors and next year an effor...

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. — 21 September 1892

l^mrml^Sp F. W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. N E W & O N N E S O A E ex-king of pugilism is evidently determined to die with his skates on. E E E are said to be over 23,00 0 Indians in the United State who can read English, a over 10,000 who can read the India languages. E largest an in Kentuck is Ross Skaggs, of Lawrence county, who weighs 52 1 a is 6 feet 8 inches tall. Hi a ms measures 2 feet in circumference a his thighs 3 feet is 3 1 years of age. IT is estimated at Chinese are being smuggled into the United States at the a of 10 0 a week, via Mexico and Canada. Th camera used on Celestials will eventually be loaded with buckshot, "when other means fail. SCIENTISTS have estimated at every year a layer equal to 1 4 feet of the entire surface of all oceans a other waters is taken up into the a phere in the shape of vapor to fall as rain and again flow back into the seas. E world has been using the ax since prehistoric times, it remain ed for the American pioneer to fashion ...

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. — 21 September 1892

*+.' THE CRISIS PAST. 4s*?$& :-dii4^' Hf»uIslon of Ker Pfeifl'er to The Danger tfroin Cnolera De^ clared Now Practically &>£^ -,:" .•'££$ If Passengers From the Pest Ships Landed at Camp Low* 'i New Jersey.^* -s"£ •-•,• LOON LAKE, N. Y., Sept. 19.—The presi dent received a telegram to-night from the secretary of the treasury saying the chol era criaig is practically past, anil that there appears to be no longer any danger of a spread of the disease. A N E Passengers Fro the Normannl a and RuSTia Disembark. CAMP Low, N.J. Sept. 19.—The unfortu nates who nave been detained on ships and at Hoffman island during the last two weeks were landed here to-day. They are passengers from the Hamburg-Ameri can Packet company's steamers Nor mannia and Rugia and come hereto under go a third of the required detention in quarantine. Th mill people who were landed from Hoffman island came in two parties on the steamer William Fletcher. Th presented a remark able congregation of nationaliti...

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. — 21 September 1892

rV Jtator Ulm Review 3\W JOBKSON, Editor and Proj. Wednesday, September 23L, &8S2. THESE EECEIVED PEEMIUMS A. Complete list of theA-waT&s made at the County Fair. The Review publishes herewith a list of the parties who were awarded prem iums at the County Fair, together with .the aames of the articles winning them. The amount of premium can be ascer taised by referring to the catalogue, cir culated at the Fair. Stallions: Percheron, Geo, Oroebner Shine,, (G. Backer French Draught, Geo,i Groebner /French Coach, Otto Schell.! All first premium. Celts.: iGrade, John Huelskamp first and Henry Meyer second two-year-old, C. Backesr ifirst and Aug. Backer, second one-year-old, Carl Pingel. Mares Gfcrada, Ed. Hensel, first: Brood JP. Eritsche, .first .and second. Draught Horses, Carl Pingel. Cattle: Short Horn Bull, John Man derfeld first Jersey bull, Henry Mueller first Jersey cow, Theo. Crone, first Jerl sey calf, John Fenske Jr., first grade cow, Henry Mueller first and M. A. Bin...

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. — 21 September 1892

J)R. A. HARDEN, fe|'*,?.BJBSJ.DjEOTT DENTIST. «u Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street. N EW SfXVMun?. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of talized a or mtrone onde gats. £)R. A. FRITSCHE *," PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesch's NewlBrict Block. New Ulm, MinD. £)R. STKICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OfiBcein 6. Doehne's new buck block. NEW ULM, MIKtf. Telephone Connections. J)R. J. L. SCHOCH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Drug Store. NEW ULM, MINN. Y)R. C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's Drugstore. When in town, can bo found at office at all hours. NEW ULM. MINN A. E. BEHNKE, It. Y. S. VPBHIUY SUREO fO DETIST Office over Brown County Bank. Fine barn to the lear of the building, where horses can be left for treatment. 1\R. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block T£W ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the latest approved methods. DR EMIL MUE...

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. — 21 September 1892

IT COMES N O A "Will it ever come back, the old sweet thought, (That never a whisper of sorrow brought. 'The old dear love that no cloud could dim. The tender warmth of a fire within. The light from no sun or earth-lamp lent, The mnsic born of no instrument? "Will it ever come back, the dear lost thing' Can nobody patch up this broken string' There are cftbrds once broken no hand can mend. Strong chords that snap where they can not bend. "We may patch the rent wi our heart's last creed 'Twill answer no longer our spirit's need No longer vibrate as at love's own touch. Love answering love with a swift glad rush Yet a word may break what not death could sever. And trust once broken is broken forever.' —Chambers Journal. THE CHILDEEN'S WOOING. Dr. Brook was a widower, and Mrs. Enderby a widow—and neither was old and both were handsome. Mrs. Enderby certainly never was hand somer in her life than when, after bearing with Mrs. Forsythe's inuen does as long as she could, she marched up he...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
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