ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: New Ulm Review Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 13,607 items from New Ulm Review, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
13,607 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 21 September 1892

FAE frfELDAND STABLE. GENERAL S 1 y«s^$f MATTERS OF INTER- ES FOR TH E FARM. £T »Vl»^ Clover for Green Manure— Th Art of Packing Butter—-Why g&* Eargs Spoil—Dipping S jm A Hellenic W a Ing. ^v^*rt, *."* ^.V Clover for Green Manure. "^great After the firsfe harvest of clover the second crop should be allowed to grow as late as possible on land that is intended for wheat or corn next season. Th value of green manure plowed under in the Spring or Au tumn is not generally fully appreciat ed. It is a mistake to take the first growth, and turn it under, and tlien leave the land forth followit sea son. Th hay is lost by this opera tion and nothing gained. Half the real value of the clover will be lost before the following season. It is just as sensible to throw the manure out of the barn, says Far and Fireside, and leave it there for eight or nine months exposed to the sun and wind. the time it is ready for use three-quarters of its strength will be lost. Harvesting this season was ear...

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. — 21 September 1892

Ft '•'3 SVMMOiVS irtate of Minnesota, County of Br v,-n -t-s District Court, Ninth Judicial stric*. Euscene Koehler Plaintiff. VS. Benedict Bichsel, the unknown heirs ot said Benedict .Bichsel and also all other person,-* or parties unknown, claiming any riyht, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein. Defendants. The State of Minnesota, to the above named Defendants: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Ninth Judicial District, in and for the County of Brown and State of Minne sota.and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of New Ulm in said County, within 20 days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and if you fail to an swer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this act...

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. — 28 September 1892

HMD'S IDEAS OF THE FARM, He Talks Sound Sense to the Farmers of of Blue Earth County. „._r„w fs»WM^ City and Country Life Compared in, a Masterly Manner. 4 Hon. Jolin Lind spoke at the Blue Earth County Fair' last weekand we give herewith extracts from his address per taining particularly to a discussion of the question which we hear asked so of ten of late. Why do farmers' sons and daughters flock to the cities?"5 I believe that farming, at least with us, has seen its low tide. The prospects for the future are better prices for farm products 01 at least not lower than now and lower prices for manufactured ar ticles. Labor to-day is more remunera tive on the farm than it is in the city^ To much labor should not be exacted from the young. If you do it becomes drudgery. The} learn to shun and dread all work, have known aimers who could not be induced to put a harness on a horse, to work him„ before he wes four years old, who"would not hesitate to put a twelve year old boy to doing a m...

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. — 28 September 1892

pW'mim$I^ •». W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBUSHKE. TSEW ULM, MINNESOTA. Ireland has only 8 0 theaters—three lor Dublin, one in Belfast, one at Cork, one in limerick, one at Waterford and one for Londonderry. A N advertiser in the Birmingham. Pos announces: "Young gentleman is founding a new religion, which is sore to become popular, and desires a lady of means to assist him in the work." ONLY two medals have ever been granted to women by the Royal Geo graphical society of England—one to Lady Franklin in memory of her husband's discoveries, the other to Mrs. Mary Somerville. IT is not generally known that the sprat is one of the most difficult fish to capture alive, as when caught in the ordinary way, the fish dies when it comes in contact with the meshes of the net. A N Indiana stone quarry company is having a life-size figure of an ele phant chiselled out of a solid block ot stone. I will be 1 1 feet high and weigh 3 0 tons, and is intended for the World's Fair. E great search lights o...

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. — 28 September 1892

mtifmmi Between a Terrible Collision Freight and Construction Train in Iowa. & r**?* •Six Persons Instantly Killed and Another Soon Biei of His Injuries, MASOS CITT, Iowa, Sept. 26.—Seven dead .and three injured is .the result of a railroad -wreck which occurred at New Hampton to-day. For the number of live* lost and •destruction to property, it is the worst ao -cident that has occurred in the state in years. A construction crew has been ac work on the main line of the Chicago Great Western replacing rails, and this morning they were ordered out from Elma to work south on the road. About 10 a. m. they puhed into New Hampton on the main track ard stopped to do soma work. The through freight was due at the latter point at 115. The freight was a little behind time, and was running en orders not to stop at New Hampton. The road enters New Hampton irom the north, but within sixty rods makes a turn, going directly east. This makes a bad curve in the road, and it is rendered Btill wors...

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. — 28 September 1892

Jtew Ul Revie F. W. JOHNSON, Editor and Pro] Wednesday, September 28,1892. Doran's Sometime ago a man by the name of Michael Doran addressed a letter to Maj. McKinley which has since ap peared in nearly every Democratic paper under the heading of "A nut for McKin ley to crack." The letter was as follows: Dear Sir: —I read your speeches in the house of representatives during the Fifty first congress when the tariff bill was under diseussion in which you asserted and made me believe that the foreigners paid our taxes. I also read your speech as presiding officer of the Republican national convention at Minneapolis, in which vou asserted again that the for eigner paid our taxes. My mother sent me a dozen pair of socks from Ireland a few days ago, each pair being worth about twenty cents. My cousin, who brought them to me, had to pay twenty five cents a pair tariff duties on the socks at the New York custom house. Will you please be kind enough to tell me to what-f oreign government I 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. — 28 September 1892

3 "^^'iKSm 'ffFgrn* A E N A RESIDENT DENTIsi% Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street^* MINN. by the nee of N E W ULM Teeth extracted without pain talized air or nitrone oxide gaB. L. A. I S E -at PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty- Office in W. Boesch's New'Brict Block* New Ulm, Minn. STRICKLER,,, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in G. Doehne's new buck block. NE W ULM I N N Telephone Connections. jya. J. L. SCHOCH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Store. N E W ULM MINN. C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olserfs Drugstore. When in town, can bo found at office at all hours. NE W ULM. MINN A E. BEHNKE D. V. S. a un T)R L. G. BELL SUREQ DETIST Office over Brown County Bank. Fine barn to the rear of the building, where horses can be left for treatment. Resident Dentist. Office the Meridian Block F&W ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the latest approved methods. EMIL MUELLER •Veterinary $ttitito $ ...

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. — 28 September 1892

"**%. tmm E TWO PICTURES. qPff^ •jln artist from Italian sou Had limned a yonntr and perfect face* And sought a model for a foil. "V, #''J To give its beauty added grace. 1 f£ At last hefonnditm the crowd That da^ly o'er the pavement swarm— 'Wan, wrinkled, faded, bent and bowed,-f* A. weird mishappen woman's form. Sat as he painted day by day The faded features he had sought 43ome neighbor pasjed alonz that way And told of good that 8he had wrought. And how they loved her in the land And lo' each day some added grace transformed beneath the artist's hand The piteous plainness of her face. "Until its fame spread far and wide, And half the earth the picture knew. All worthy to be placed beside The fafr young face the artist drew. —Beth Day. HIS SECOND WIFE, "Well, I never!" said Miss Peggerell "What is this world coming to?" "Much the same as it always was, I suppose, retorted Agatha Simplex. She was the village tailoress a re solute, bright-eyed woman of seven or eright-and- twenty. ...

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. — 28 September 1892

TH E SAYIMS BAMS. If SHOW TH E DEMOCRATS STILL FURTHER HANDICAPPED BY PROSPERITY* J- Report of the Democratic Super intendent of Banking Depart ment—Effect of the McKIn- Iey Law on Savings Bank Deposits in New York. Albany, Special—Most impressive and weighty testimony has just been given from an official source, respect ing the prosperity of the workingmen of New York State since president Harrison assumed office in 1889. This testimony comes, innocently enough, from Chas. M. Preston, the Democratic superintendent of the State Banking Department. It is contained in the semi-annual state ment concerning the condition of the State's savings banks on Jan. 1 of the present year. On Jan 1, 1889, or only two months before Mr. Harrison assumed office, there was due to the depositors in the savings bank of this state $533,677,575. Large as this amount was, the workingmen have added to it, million after million, until on July 1, 1892, it has risen to $610,560,031.35. They have thus increase...

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. — 28 September 1892

as* t\ a.. N id ^VMMOiNS "Stale ?f"iiune*ota. County ^f own Kss Di'-tr'ct Court, Nintii L.V. icial .District. Eugene Koehler Plaintiff. Benedict Biclisel, the unknown heirs of said Benedictliichsel and also all. other person* or oartierf unknown, clainiing any right, title, estatte, liert or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein. A "NO'TiOSOi1 ft ffi. Defendants. The State of Minnesota, to Wjae above named^Defendants: i"» You are lierebv summoned and required to answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is filed in the office of the Cleric of the District Court of the iVinth judicial District, in and tor the Countv of Brown and State of Minne sota,anl to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint .on the subscriber, at his office in the city "of New "Uim in said County, within 20 days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and if you fail to an swer the said complaint within the ...

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. — 5 October 1892

& 3& BEEUBLIOAN ENTHUSIASM. It finds Yent in the Largest Political Gathering ever held in New TFlm. Knut8 Nelson was Unfortunately absent but his Place was well Pilled. Col. Davidson and 'Bob" Evans kept the Immense Throng Interested for over Three Hours. Eloquent Arguments Advanced Por _the Consideration of the Voters. Turner Hall was not only filled with people on Saturday evening but it was packed and crowded to o\erilowing. No torchlight procession or other demon stration was employed to bring out the voters, but nevertheless the audience was the most magnificent one that has ever tested the seating capacity of the hall since the days of Graf Hammerstein theatre production. A delegation of 100 came from the west at eight o'clock and \v hen these were given seats many others were turned away for lack ot room. On the stage sat the speakers and a fine body of representative citizens. Be low was a great mass of enthusiastic and intelligent Republicans. John Lind was the firs...

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. — 5 October 1892

sm Wm M. 4§tiwffi V. W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBUSHBE. NEWULM, .MINNESOTA. A BIG a on of the shoe a is Allen Milton Browning of Hunting ton, W. Va. has led six wives to the altar a is the father of 6 7 chil dren. E Spanish language as a word 61 nine letters, which, spelled backward or forward, suffers no alteration in its orthography. I is the verb "recono- cer. E copper threepence of Connect icut, issued in 1727, is appraised at $30. One variety as the inscription: I am a good copper, a another as the device of an ax, with the words: I cut my way I E E N Revolutionary widows are still alive and regularly draw pensions. Seven of reside in one pension district of Tennessee, a four of these seven are proud of the a me of Nancy. E Irish language is dying out. Ten years ago 64,000 people spoke Irish only. In 1 8 9 1 there were 38, 000. In 1 8 8 1 there were 885,000 who could speak Irish a Eng lish and last year there were only 642,000. I The a as City a announces at a -woman was found ly...

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. — 5 October 1892

HUNGBY RIOTERS. Morelia, Mexico, the Scene of a Terrible Famine Eiot. Famishing People Break Into Granaries and Help Them selves to Corn. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Oct. 3.—Homer Fin lay, formerly a well known citizen of S^n Antonio, but who for the past six years has been in the mercantile business in the city of Morelia, Mexico, arrived here to-day and gave a vivid account of the famine riot which occurred in that city last Sunday. He stated that it was one ot the most ex citing and pitiable scenes ever witnessed in that part of the republic, and that another serious outbreak of the same is threatened at any time. Morelia is the capital of the State of Michoacan and is the residence of the archbishop of the diocese. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Southern Mex ico, but notwithstanding all of its attrac tions its several thousand people are on the verge of starvation, owing to the total fail ure of the crops for four seasons and a scarcity of all other food supplies. HOGGISH MERC...

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. — 5 October 1892

I in Jtew Ulm Review F. W- JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, October 5, 1892.'-^ DEMOCRATIC EXULTATIONS The PaithM Hold a Big Bally and Listen ta their Oandida/fces for Governor and Congressman. LawlerEeadsa Print 3d German Speech and Thereby makes aBoyish Bid for Gennan Votes. He also Makes a Dirscfc-Slap at the Eepub licans Because they Nominated a Norwegian. Tuesday night the Hon. Daniel Law ler and the Hon. "W. S. Hammond, candi dates respectively for the offices of gov ernor and congressman on the Democra tic ticket, were in the city and made a pure and unalloyed bid for German votes Lawler made a particularly bold stagger in this direction when he made his ad vertised German address by reading a printed extract from the St. Paul Volks zeitung and when he referred to theGer man blood that coursed through the veins of his children. How any one could be caught by such pretensions as these is hard to understand. Before congregating in the hall :a brilliant torch light procession...

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. — 5 October 1892

£)R. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT *DENTIST.igg Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. 8treet. NEW ULM, ^£^MINN. Teeth extracted without pftfn by™ tie use of talized air or nitrons oxide gas. f)R. A. FR1TSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. BoesoVa Uew'Briot Block New Ulm, £)R. STKICKLER, J)K. L. SCHOCH X)R. EMIL MUELLER in PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in G. Duehne's new buck block. SEW ULM, MINN. Telephone Connections. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Drug Store. NEW ULM. MINN. J)R. C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's Drugstore. When in town, can bo found at office at all hours. NE^'ULM. MINN A, E. BEHKBE, D. Y. 3. aM SIMON AN DEMIST Office o%er BioTvn County Bank. Fine barn to the reai of the building, where horse» can be left for treatment. ]JR. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block f£\Y ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by tbe latest approved methods. Veterinary ...

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. — 5 October 1892

9 5 lw STOLEN KISS. "M?1' 18* We were sitting, after waltzing, On the stairs He, beiore I could forbid it,^ %_ Stole a rose ere yet I missed i^ And, as tenderly be kissed it, Swiftly in his pocket hid it. Unawares We were talking, after waltzing, On the stairs, I had said that lie should rue it, And a lecture I intended, "Which I think he apprehended I was kissed before I knew it, Unawares. We were silent, after waltzing, On tbe stairs I had stormed with angry feeling, But he spoke love, never heeding, And my eves fell 'neath his pleading, All my debt of love revealing, Unawares. —Exchange, EE DID 1S0T ELOPE WITH HER •"Yes, I like your appearance, said Mr. Smith, looking at John Pf-dding ton through his gold eyeglasses. "And your recommendations are excellent, excellent but my steward must be a married man, a married man, sir. Here's a house lor him, you see, and everything comfortable and propel for a nice little home but I cannot enf gage a single man, I cannot do it." "Shall I be...

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. — 5 October 1892

\$*3 FEED'S N EW GOWK BY CORA LOWE MARCEATJ. HAT' Another new gown9" And he glance which flashed under the bushy, iron graybrows was enough to make Fern start and pull her handkerchief nervously. •'I said that I could not go to the party without it," she faltered, grow ing red and white by turns, eager, hopeful and despairing as she watched his astonished face. "Didn't Igive you money for a gown last week?" "Yes, father, but that was a street dress—I made it myself and saved enough to get a pretty chip hat and "Very commendable, very." And the architect turned to his draft ing table and once more knit his brows over his work, evidently for getting even her presence. Poor Fern was ready to cry. She turned away in despair and met the assuring smile of the broad, bland, homely face of Meloria the overworked and underpaid domestic. "Sure, sir, ye can't refuse her. The child never gets off] the patch. Now give her the money—it won't take how much did ye say, Miss Fernsie?" "Not more than...

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. — 5 October 1892

Wi If (Continued freiu fourth page.) the northwest and this magnificent •alley when the Hon. Knute Nekon in that address I referred to, in that grave hour of trial and temptation, turned his back upon the monopolists and bidding £*3$ & them a sad and honest adieu, joined the ranks of the people and took up the dem *j-„ ocratic tariff reform. -'Isay, hewasgreat er then, sublimer then and that he would have left a greater name to the history of his countrv tmd his children had he died at that hour than if he were to-day '-_.'. elected president of the United States,— with the intellect and conscience of 4 years ago with which he repudiated their doctrine but upholds to-daY^™W*r5$f I do not believe, my friends, that any tariff reformer tricked out in one of Mc Kinley's suits can be elected governor of i_.v Minnesota this fail. But one word more and I have done, and I beg jour pardon for taking up so much time. The only thing the republican press charge* us, or the speakers charge u...

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. — 12 October 1892

NUGGETS FEOM HABRISON. Protection and AmericanHomes Defended by the Nation's President. One fact is enough for me. The gates of Castle Garden swing inward. They do not swing outward to any American laborer seeking a better country than this.v These men who have toiled at wagers in other lands that barely sustained life, and opened no avenue of promise to them or their children, know the good land of hope as well as the swallow knows the land of summer. Buys more and has more to buy with.— It is known to you all that our 65,000, 000 people furnish per capita a larger market than any other like number of people. This grows out of the fact that our capacity for purchasing is larger than is found in those countries where prover ty holds a larger sway. The working man buys more, has more to buy within America than in anv other land in the world. The wages of skilled labor bears on all.—The attempt is often made to create the impression that only particular clas hes of workingmen are bene...

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. — 12 October 1892

1^ IS &Jf^i DARKNESS AND LIGHT, Came to me breast .A nest of softest down it built, And theTe took rest Up to the unseen walls it soars fff -A night birdflewinto my heart *&>* And built it3 nest, And every leaf and twie it brought Weighed in my breast 0 "With leaden weight, till my full heart Conld bear no more "Then in my hour of woe a wind Blew from heaven's shore, •It cooled my heated heart and drew The nest away, £o oft darkest night fall oft, Comes brightest day. .And with thywind another bird 1*" The whole day lone At night returning fills ray soul With light and song. —E. Wardlaw Best. THE MISOGYNIST. Donald Calvin was a city-bfed bach elor who believed that men should commune with nature and never with women. He arrived at his misogyny by a process of reasoning and not by & process of experience. He_ had no canker growing at his heart nourished ty the memory of a faithless love. Yet he hated women. He hated them, liowever, not in the savage spirit. He •was sti...

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