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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 24 July 1878

And unassailable by any hand Of storming soldiery for evei more. JU, Paradisi Gloria. "O frate mto! clascumana bittadina D'nna yera citta [Dante. There is a city, bnilded by no hand, And unapproachable by In that pure city of th3 living Lamb No ray shall fail from satellite or sun, Or any stai but He who said "I Am" Shall be the Light, He and His Holy One Nor shall we longer 8pend our gift of time In time's poor pleasuresdoing petty things Of woik or warfare, merchandise or rhyme, But we shall sit beside the silver springs. That flow from God's own footstool, and be hold The saints and martyrs, and those blessed few Who loved us once and were beloved f old, To dwell with them and walk with them anew. In alternation of sublime repose Musical motionthe perpetual play Of every faculty that heaven bestows Through the bright eternal day. How a Brakeman Became a General Superintendent, In the earlier years of my experience as a printer in Chicago, more than twenty years ago, our firm did ...

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. — 24 July 1878

rf The following is the platform adopted by ,the Second District Re publican Congressional Convention: RKSOLVEn,iBy- the: Republican convention of"the Second conjo'-'ssionnl district, that the, cjeitr duty of the national government isto proteqt and pre ruerveito all its: citizens, of whatever race or -con tdition, fn all thejr political.rights and -privileges -guaranteed, tot them by the federal constitution and iits amendments. To enooiirnjse and promote"by all proper means, -the utmost friendly .relations and.good feeling be -tween all section of the, country, and a$ cluses fi'om its citizens. r uphold the national faith and credit,*to restore stability to the national,finances by an early return vto specie payments- and- the preservation of a uni form-standard and .measure of values, so that the '.rights of both! labor and capjtal shall be respected :and secured 'to observe a wise economy in all matters of expenditure and appropriations of-the -public moneys.to. the end, that*th...

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. — 24 July 1878

IM:P3OK,TA.3SrT.! On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. James Accommodation," ON TH E a. PABL & sionx J. W. BISHOP. J. F. LINCOLK, J. C. BOYCEN, Gen. Manager. Supt. Gen. Tkt.Agt & N-W. LINES. THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WKBTKHN RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway Lines of the W1CST and NORTH WEST, and, with its numerous Brancliet and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CIIICAOO and all the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NORTHERN MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, IOWA, NEBRASKA, CALI FORNIA and the WESTERN TERRITORIES. Its Omaha and alifomia Live Is the shortest and best rou.to between CHICAGO hnd all points in NORTHERN ILLINOIS, IOWA, DA- KOTA, NEBRASKA, WYOMING, COLORADO, UTAH, NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, OREGON, CHINA, JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA. Its Dhicazo, St. Paul $ Minneavolis Lint or the shortest line between CHICAGO rnd all point.' in iMJRTHERN WISCONSIN Mid MINNESOTA. Mid Ifs MADISON, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH and all p...

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. — 24 July 1878

The "Rank and file.", O, blow for the Hero a trumpet, Let him lift up his head in the morn A glory of glories is battle, It is well for the world he was born. Let him joy in the sound of the trumpet, And sun in the world's proud smile But what had become of the Hero, Except for the ''rank andfile?" O, grand is the Earth in her progress, In her genius and art and affairs The glory of glories is progress, Let the great find a joy in their cares. Let the kings and the artists and statesmen Look round them and proudly smile But what would become of the nation, Except for the "rank and file?" And when the brief dayi of this planet A-e all ended and numbered and told, And the Lord shall appear in his glory, And shall summon the young and the old, For the Hero shall sound forth no trumpet, For the great no welcoming smile Before the good Lord in hib glory We are all the "rank and the file. H.H.y in Atlantic A Strange Career, About the time of the accession ot George III tc the throne, few ...

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. — 24 July 1878

4* HOUSE ND FARM. Wishes. I wish that the grasses would learn to sprout That the lilac and rose-bush would both leaj out That the crocus would put on her gray-greer frill, And i obins begin to whistle and trill. wish that the wind-flower would grope its way Out of the darkness into day That the lain would fall and the sun would shine, And the rainbow hang in the sky for a sign. I wish that the silent brooks would shout, And the apple blossoms begin to pout And if I wish long enough, no doubt The fairy Spring will bring it about. Soft Soay, There is a good deal of discussion about the use of soft soap for killing in sects on plant'}. One farmer recomends its use even for killing earth worms. An other says it effectually kills the gieen fly on rose leaves. We have personally tried hard soap for killing scales on plants, finding that it loosens the scale so that it can be removed by rubbing with a cloth But what is it that kills the in sect? The alkali. Then why will not ashes applied ...

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. — 24 July 1878

NEW EM AND MIT T. BROW COUNTY OFFICERS. Pest Oflite Address New Ulm. AtrniTORH. B. Constans, TREASURERF Schubert. JtSQISTER OF DEKD3A Walton. JUJIGE OP PROBATEA. We^tphal. Cr ERK OF THE DIST. COURTAlbertBlancbard, SHERIFFJohn Manderfield. SURVEYORJ Berndt (COTJORT COMMISSIONERE. 6. Koch COUNTY ATTORNEYB. P. Webber. CORONERDr C. Weschcke. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTJohn Lind. COMMISSIONERSL. D. Rice chairman, Chas. Wag ner, Anton Manderfeld, W. H. Sanders, 01$ Jflrgen OoiamerQiai. Corrected Weekly by Richard Pfejferle. NEW ULM MARKET. jFlour, per bbl .,$5,5fl@6.50 Wheat, per bushel 75 Oats, per bushel 40 Barley, per bushe 50 Corn per bushel, 40 Beans, per bushel 2.50 Potatoes, per bushel 35 Hams, per ponud lo Cheese per lb 15 Salt, per bbl, 2.00 Butter, per lb 7 Sggs per dozen 7 Lard, per pound lo Honey, per pound .rr 20@25 Winona & St Peter Railroad. ARRIVE DEPART. Day Passenger *7,40 p.m. *5,55 a.m flight Pass'ger $8,40 a.m. t4,50p.m OOIIfcTGr W^EST. ARRIVE DEPART. Passenger t4:20 p....

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. — 31 July 1878

jetfelij gtjemsso* PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETBBl Office City Drug Store. TEEMS DOLLAB PER YEAH TN ADVANCE Ten Lines "BBKVIEE" makes a Square Hpace 1 1 1 751 1 50 1 25 2 00 3 00 4 00 5 00 TOO 8 00 12 00 i Squaie 2 8quares W Column Column i Column Advertisements in double column, double tjie single column rates Business cuds of five lines, one year $5 00, eaclj additional line 75 ets All tran&xci.t exlvertihementa t^ be paid for in advance Advertisements inserted in the local notice columns, 10 ceute a line for the first insertion and 5 cents a line for each subsequent inser tion, but no notice mseitcd for less than fifty cents Announcements of Marriages and Deaths inserted fiee, but obituary notices, except special cases, will be charged at adveitsing fates. Lesjal notices will be charged 75 cents per folio loi the hrst insertion, and 37 cents per folio for each subsequent mseition ^11 legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the Attorney oidenng them publis...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 31 July 1878

1 Hi Hat? Him bemettr. JAS BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEWTJLM MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS. While we are gaining steadily on Great Britain in the iron ani steel indus tries, and, thus looking at the matter comparatively, have a right to feel en couraged, it is also true, as appears from tlie report of the American Iron and Steel Association, that in no othe'r year of the panic has this trade, suffered so greatly as in 1877, the average price of pig-iron for one month in the year being less than was ever before known, except in coloni al times. The eclipse of the sun to take place on the 29th inst. will posses the usual inter est investing total obscurations of that body. The line ot total eclipse will ex tend from Northeastern Asia through Bering's straits, Alaska, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas to the Gulf of Mexico at Galveston. The fine moun tain elevations in Colorado offer unusal advantages tor observing and studying the phenomenon, and anangments are being made by scientific ...

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. — 31 July 1878

The Gold That ears. We parted one eve at the garden sate "When the dew was on the heather, And I promised my love to come back to her Ere the pleasant autumn weather That we twain might wed When the leaves were red, And live and love together. She cut me a tress from her nut-brown hair As I kibsed her lips of cherry, And ga\e her a ring of the old-time gold, With a stone like the mountain berry As clear and blue As her eyes were true Sweet eyes so bright and mer,ry! "The wealth of my love is all I have To give you," she said, in turning "The gold that wearslike the radiant stars Inyonder blue vault burning!" And I took the trust, As a mortal must, Who&e soul for love is yearning. Fate kept us apart for many years, And the blue sea rolled between us, Though I kissed each day the nut-brown tress And made fresh vows to Venus Till I sought my bride, And Fate defied, That had failed from loye to wean us I found my love at the garden gate When the dew was on the heather, And we twain ...

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. — 31 July 1878

A HIDE THROUGH THE PINERIES OF MINNESOTA,,,:.,,. 1VHITTEK FOR l'HE REVIKW.i /'...v! BKAVKH BAY, Minn., July 19It Is nntnrnl tons 'to picture to ourselves particular country, or -part thereof, similar to the region in which we live. Vow, except those living or traveling in this pnrt of our State, cnn ivp a correct concep tion of it. Here are sp many things different from what wp are accustomed to see, that upon enter ing this region for the first time we fancy our selves in a strange land. We may travel through the southern part of this State, itml through Iowa, and still find much that reminds us of our own homes. But let us take the train for Dulntli, at St. Paul. More and more of contrast appear* as we go further north. The BUt'fnce and soil changes as much as the vegetation which adorns them. The black loom of our fields is here wanting. Upon approaching a stream we naturally expect some valley, but here the largest brooks and rivers wind their ways along li depression hardly to ...

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. — 31 July 1878

On an(jL after April 1st, the Train J^eisetofore la^own as the "St. James Accommodation," ON THE U- MDL SIOUX CITY i H. WILL BE BUNTHROUGH BETWEEN T. -PAUL & WORTHINGTON. TIME TABLE. 5 a. m. Leave St. Paul,, Arrive GO p. 1.35 p. m. Mankato, 1-2.23 4.25 St. Jami'B, tM.-i a. re. 16.20 Arrive Worthington, Leave 5.30 This will enable Emigrants and Land Seekcis to go THROUGH DAYUGHT. Passengers from points of cast Mankato, on tlo Winona & St. Poter H. K., by taking the ext-bound (train on that line, leaving Winona midnight may take the above train at Mank.ito' and reach Woith ington the same afternoon. J. W. BISHOP, J. F. LINCOLN, J. BOYCPN, Gen. Manager. Supt. Gun Tkt Agt & N-W. LINES. .XJIE CHICAGOfeNOHTH-WE8TERS RAILWAT Embraces under one management the Great Trunk IBajlway Lines of the WEST and NORTH, WEST, and, wit its numerouse Julhoonly line between CHCAGO and, ELGIN, ROCK jpo/^btjirRKKPonT, and all points via Freeport. Its Chicago fy Milwaukee Line ,Is the old Lake Sh...

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. — 31 July 1878

To-Day and Forever. I. My breath but touches the rose in your palm, And lo! how the light leaves scatter, Leaving no semblance of bloom or of balm But what, pray does it matter? Laugh, as they flutter away, my dear, As they flow in the flow of the river! We are done with dead roses to-day, my dear, Done with them to-day and forever. II. Tour eyes but turn to the trees in my palm The wee little tress so golden And low I whisper: "The sweetest calm Was born of that sorrow olden." f Sing, as it sinks to the mosses, my dear, To the mosses that border the river! We are done with old losses and crosses, my dear, Dotfe with them to-day and forever. III. Laugh low! Sing softly! Love is alive And awake where we walk toeether But love is fragile, and Love will thrive Best in the sunniest weather. So, let the past be the past, my dear Let it go, as the shade on the river! We are done with old sorrows at last, my dear, Done with them to-day and forever. Master E. J3enedict,in Baldwin's Monthly....

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. — 31 July 1878

A Paw-Paw. MAURICE THOMP803C. In dusky groves, where cheerily all day long, Mocking the nut-hati'h and the cardinal, The trim drab cat-bird trolls its fitful song, I hear the mello T, golden paw-paws fall. What lucious fruit! Scorned as of little worth By those who long for guavas of the South, Figs and bannas, pining that the North Is bairen of the luxuries oi the earth! Fruit, that I sought in childhood, with a mouth Eager to taste thy wild delicious juice What orange grown in groves of Italy, Of what pomegranate ripened the dews Of Grecian isleB, ivould i not now refuse For the rare-flavoied, racy pulp of thee' Scribnerfor July. Humorist Items. A paneiul sightA hothouse What the milkman never treats you A nice cream. Motto of a communistOrder is Heaven's worst law. How to acquire a short handFool around a buzz saw. Out in the Black Hihs jack rabbits ar* called narrow-guage mules. The Louibville Conner Journal parses 'love"' as a "fine-night verb." It was on entering a barber &...

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. — 31 July 1878

I NEW I AND VICINITY. PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OP ''iCi)lI^TY.OMMISSIOx^ERS.'-it JpTie Board af County Cqrnnrissioners rtyt in. regular session, July 22d. .All Members present. The resignation, of ieo. Bickelhaupt, as sheriff, was first taken up and' accepted., The Board then proceeded to the election of anew .sheriff, the result of whjch we have al ready given in last weed's issue. Dr. Weschcke having tendered Ids resignation as .cornier, the same on niation cyi: Sir. Jroer.^erisen. was accept- ed.- 0#, motion aspar H. Christensen was appointed coroner for the balance of the term, and drdered to give bonds in tli,e sum of $1000, the same to be submitted to the -Board, during the ses sion. The following bills were al lowed: Ole Jcergensen, 0,00, J. L. Noyes, 10,75. The petition- of .11. Kimmerly and' others, from Basha\y, for organizing 4 new school district was ordered reject ed.. Thepetition of F. "Wegner ancii others, of town Prairieville, for sairid purpose was* granted. The pet...

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. — 7 August 1878

VOLUME I. r\AKOTA H0U8B, trr. Poer OFWCBNEW ULM, P. WEBBER, Mum, ADOtPH SETTER, PROP'S. RIM house It the most centrally located house io UM city and affords good Sample Rooms. Attorney & Counselor AT LAW. MONEY TO LOAN. Office ore* Citizen's National Bank. JEWULM, MINNESOTA H. CHADBOURK, C. H. ROM, President. Cashier. BBOWN CO BAM,s GOT. Minn, and Centre Streets. HEWULM, MINNESOTA. Collections and all business pertaining to banking PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MDIVIDUU RESPONSIBILTIY $500,000. HHNSHBL, CHAS. Rooe. H. A. SUOIUA, JOHN BBLM. NewUlm CityMill, Oentre Street, New Ulm, Minn. We are running day and night, and can supply any quantity of best brands of Flour at regular rates oa short notice. "W have improved machinery for the grinding of shorts and fodder, having added a stone reserved for such a purpose. Yloar exchanged for wheat on very liberal terms. NEW UL CITY MILL CO PFEFFERLB, Dealer ta GROCERIES and PROVISIONS Canned, Dried and Green Fruit, *WMJR AND lEElh STOKB, WoonjBs...

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. — 7 August 1878

Ikw film $*"*4 JA.S BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEWULM MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS the tramp, or the peddler? A political Convention in California consisted of 250 delegates, but a man who was nominated for the best place on the ticket says there were 1,023 persons presented to him as delegates, and when he left his room at the hotel it was lined with three rows of empty bottles its en tire length, and there was a pyramid of empty cigar boxes. r** A Portland paper gives tni,s as a proof of the force of imagination: The owner of a,standard thermometer, on Exchange street, etherized the mercury to-day, re ducing it to temperate. Men came along perspiring at every pore, with fans spread and umbrellas, and when they saw the indications, lowered the umbrellas, fold ed their fans, and remarked how quickly they felt the sea breeze. Teach your daughters and your sons alike, next to honor, next to love of home to love their country. Then when her need comes, if come it must, in any struggle, her h...

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. — 7 August 1878

THE DEAD ALIYE. Hundreds of stories are related of th^ horrible deeds of the body-snatcher, but among them ail none is more remarkable and soul-harrowing than the one just to be narrated. The tacts were given to the writer recently, and it believed that tney are now published for the first time. In the town of Kilmare, in tne north of Ireland, resides many families of distinc tion. The head of one of these was a Mr. Bell, a young gentleman of twentv-five. He inherited a large estate from his un cle, and soon after removed from his for mer abode to take posession of the family mansion in Kilmare. He married the on ly child of a wealthy East Indian mer chant residing in Liverpool, by whom he had two children. In the fourth year of their wedded life Mrs. Bell was taken suddenly ill, and expired the next day The symtoms were of a peculiar nature, and the limbs so increased in size im mediately'after death that a magnificent diamond ring of great value could not be removed from the lady'...

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. — 7 August 1878

I 1 OU PARIS LETTER, v^' The Great Exhibition A Gen eral Review by Oar Cor respondent .,'by PARIS, July 13th, 1878. doc to-meet'me note that these1 lion building. On landing in Liverpool I sent States1vtJs.ConviTlPino' i, ..'MI 1 wa my elf iii Pari field, but shall lost. captured well as their processes and methods of operation. This is doneliot mere ly for purposes of competition and in the distribution of prizes, but al so and more especially/with the ob ject of passing in reviewyunder the scrutiny of the- most tfctfoniplished experts and nien of science "all of the fruits of skill, industry, and ex iict condition, and the comparative merits or. defects of tlie industrial developement of each nation and of eaclr description of article or process could 'be- set for1?hV which sucilexanlillati,6n!,?ndi:cates^bf, the exhibits and to describe1 gratifying to grimfc^xhi-bitronft are planned and executed'in' tlie'inteifests of the mass of the 'people1.1 ''In the present instance tlio'se i...

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. — 7 August 1878

IMPORTANT! On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. James Accommodation," QN THE ST. PAUL & SIOUX CITIR.IL WILL BE RUN THROUGH BETWEEN" T ST. PAUL & WORTHIXGTON. TI1TIE TABLE. 5 a. m. Leave St. Paul, Arrive 50 p. in. 1.35 p. m. Mankato, 12.25 4.25 St. James, 9-45 a. ra. 8.20 Arrive Worthington, Leave 5-30 This wiM'enable Emigrants and Land Seekers to go THROUGH DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mankato, on the Winona & St. Peter U. R., by taking the weetibound train on that" line, leaving Winona at midnt'ght may take the abovetrain at Mankato' and reaeii Worth ington the same afternoon. clU.. J. W. BISHOP, J. F. LINCOLN, J. BOYCEN, Gen. Manager. Supt. Gen. Tkt.Agt LINES. THE CHICAOO fe KORTH^-WBSTKKK HALLWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway Lines of the WEST and NORTH. WEST, and, with its numerous Branches and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO, and all the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NO...

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. — 7 August 1878

1 1 If i 1 t^as* Ode For the Fourth or July, 1814. By William CuUen Bryant in the Hampshire Gazette, July 6,1814. Amidst the storms that shake the land, The dm of paity fiay, And woee of tfiuliy war, we meet f. To hymn this sacred day, ^Sw For all thatbieathes of ancient worth Our lingering hope reveres JEach print of Ireedom's sacred steps, Each trace of happier years. 4 w^f^rf* O i Our skies have glowed with burning towns, Our snows have blushed with gore, And fresh is many a nameless crave, By Eric's weepmg shore. In sadness let the anthem flow, But tell the men of strife, O their own heads shall rest the guilt Of all this waste of life. But raise, to swell the general song, Our notes of holiest-sound And bless the hands wnich rent the chain The struggling world that bound. iLo! Europe wakes the sleep of death Her pristine glories warm! "The soul of ancient freedom comes And fills her mighty form! Well have ye fought, ye friends of man, Well was your valor shown The grateful nati...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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