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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 August 1885

1 I N i a word, when Instantly a bullet took thecaptai through the arm and we parted company without much ceremo ny. This was the second wound the captain had received, having lost a finger in the first attack. When the bullet hit him he said: "This makes two," and showed me the stamp of bis finger. About 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon Asa White and Newell Houghton, of whom I have before spoken, came to me and said: "Judge, in about two hours from now the Indians will bag us." I replied that it looked probable, and added. "What do you propose to do to prevent it?" (Let me here say that both of these men were unlearned, but men of great frontier experience. White was married to a Winnebago woman, and all his life had been spent on the border. Houghton was the best deer hunter on the whole frontier, and I have been told that the steamer Antelope,which for many years used to ply between St. Paul and Shakopee, was built from the earnings of his rifle.) Their answer to my question was, "W...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 August 1885

7ft 0 it' 3HE FABM AND FIEESIDE. Voles for the Housekeeper. W. M. Writes to the N. Y. Tribune: **Where one has to manage with a small income and has good health, it is a good plan to dispense with help, and by economizing in other ways, buy such articles as will contribute to the comfort of the family and especially such as will make the work easya Dover egg-beater, a carpet-sweeper, a washer, a meat-chooper, a kerosene stove with fixtures, a combination baby high chair with rocker, a little carriage, an adjustable gate that will fit any door or window, so that you can keep the babies very near you, and yet not in the same room where the work is going on. A great saver of time is to have a place for each thing and each thing in place when not in use. It is surprising how the little two-hear-olds will remember where each thing belongs, and how soon they will learn that it is the right way to pick up the 'blocks' be fore asking for the 'animals,' and how the younger ones will teach th...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 August 1885

ST"?' ifev 4 [i 1^ S5 I 1 1/ o* tU* S IMJJiaMMUUf^UMmsbJLy|UH"HJLJ, MlWKMMWjuilUMI'JlUJa CEDAE RAHDS, Iowa, Aujr. 19.-^Tbeftemo cratic state convention was called to order by Chairman Kinne at 11 o'clock this morn ing. After naming the committees, ^the convention adjourned until 2 p. m. Tljey reassembled at 2 and a sharp debate occurred on an amendment to increase the license to a $500 minimum. The presentation of candidates occupied much of the afternoon. The first formal ballot resulted the nomination of Hon. Charles E Whiting of Monona county, a farmer, ex-judge and member of the last senate, for gov ernor, Hon. W. T. Brannon of Muscatine was nominated for justice of the supreme court, A spirited debate on fusion resulted the election of Hon. E H. Gillette of Dee Moines, the Greenback candidate and ex-congressman from the Seventh district, for lieutenant governor, and E Moore of Davis county, Greenback candidate, for su perintendent of public instruction. The following resolution...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 26 August 1885

V, Jfflltf* 1 I Mf SPBHGHELD DEPABTMENT. THOMAS A. WILSON, EDITOR. Springfield, Minn., Aug. 25, 1885. Grain is all stacked, and the sing ing of the threshing machines is again heard in the land. Business of all kinds is begining to revive. __H. Bendixen is daily receiving heavy invoices of general merchandise. A number of Springfieldites assem bled with New Ulm's brave defenders last Saturday. Running the new Minnesota Chief traction engine through the streets on Monday attracted about as many peo ple and excited as much enthusiasm as the late Col. Gile's street pageant. Mrs. F. Naramore of Dalton, Cot tonwood county, came over on Monday. New wheat is being received at this market. The quality appears to be equal to that raised last year. T, Brophey made a trip to Minnea polis last week, to take a look at new machinery no doubt. G. H. Dayton of Sleepy Eye was up on Thursday of last week, taking or ders for fruit trees, etc. He represents 4he M. Penning nursery. Lucas Fecker is out i...

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. — 2 September 1885

Ill i PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY -BY- JOS BOBLETER. OFFICE OYER CITY DRUG STORE. Terms: $1,60 PER YEAR. Rates of Advartlslng. FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. T\U. A. MADDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Streets. NEW ULM, MINN. T\R. C. BERPY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office ovor Riesling, Keller & Co's ^TRWULM, MINN, FRANCIS BAASEN, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Collections Promptly Attended to. NEW ULM MINN. JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney and Counselor .A.t LSL-W. Titles examined and perfected. Particular attention given to collec tions ^"Office over Brown Co. Bank. NEW ULM. If INN. JOHN LINO. A. C.HAQBERO. LIND & HAGBERG, AttorneysandCounselors at Law, Attend to Suits in all the State & U. S. Courts. Special Attention Paid to Collections .GERMAN AND SCAOINAYIAN LAN- GUAGES SPOKEN. NEW ULM, MINN. 'v NEW ULM AGENCY HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. 1 O HE* YOBK, I J.NICNENNO, AGENT. %a 'j The Home is one of the oldest! and strongest fire insurance companies in the Un...

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. — 2 September 1885

l. r t"ll:Hjwi3lM"'yS m&* PH#= ky $ New Ulm Review. JOS. BOBLETER, Publisher. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA. The Philadelphia Times has a good article upon the foreign population of this country, taking the view that, taken as a whole,they are assimilated certainly in the second and third gen erations, becoming genuine American citizens, in birth as well as in name. Our ministers abroad, to whom let ters of instruction were sent to pre sent the desire of our Government to again consider the question of inter national coinage,report that all efforts in that direction have been without success or encourasement. The Mon etary Conference which recently met and adjourned at Paris practically ended all hope of another congress. From all the accounts of the terrible destruction of property by fire in this country, insurance stocks must be pretty good property. In a list of fifty-seven companies reported for the Insurance Chronicle the latest quota tions show only five of the stocks be low par, wh...

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. — 2 September 1885

Igolden gate of the Pacific slo Madam Se Mores A.Yllowstommbk Bomanifedv, Bismarck Tribune An JpteUigtit,'\am. 'bitious young ntan7a'nda'! blue-.eyW, icufarn ^oW.^centl^ma^a reqfiS^ofcbi^S, lipped little lady1 occupied the samyseM3i one ofthePullma'nsleepersjO^aneMt-tyQundj brain. A tribune representative eirt'ere into conversation-,with- a-gentjem'an nefaV Joj, who imparted tHeinf.prin'atiori t*ha,t the young-c'jupl had'just entered upon, their marital, career., haying been married, in the Yellgwistigge, Park*, where th^y niet ktor the firW l^ni^ T^je y.oung. lady wjas Miss Clara Bernstein' of.Cipcrm)a$irand thfe ~oung groom Mr! Frank'Williams-of' San, rancisco. 'The ydurig couple met in the .rk and the- rabidit with which cupi anipulated the eilyery chords of rov(e", fastened them at either end,, and clenched' them at both sides, was' such as tp the case the romantic name of ve at first sight." The yonng lady accompanied by an aunt from Phila delphia and several college friends, a...

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. — 2 September 1885

A. Yellowstone Park Romance. Bismarck Tribune: An intelligent, am bitious young man and a blue-eyed, ruby lipped little lady occupied the same seat in one of thePullman sleepers on an east-bound train. A Tribune representative entered into conversation with a gentleman near by, who imparted the information that the young couple had just entered upon their marital career, having been married in the Yellowstone Park, where they met for the first time. The young lady was Miss Clara Bernstein of Cincinnati, and the roung groom Mr. Frank Williams of San Trancisco. The young couple met in the rk and the rapidity with which cupid anipulated the silvery chordsnamelove, of fastened theame at*either end, and clenched them ante both sides, was such as to 'fc romantic of c8 'Move at first sight." The young lady was accompanied by an aunt- from Phila delphia and several college friends, all of whom protested against her manifes tations of affection for one with whom she had no acquaintance. But ...

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. — 2 September 1885

'SK^W'':'* pi fep $- ft NEW ULM, MINN. JOS. B0BLETEB, Editor Proprietor. Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1885. A rumor comes across the cable that Bismarck is after Cuba. ly probable. Mr.JKeiley, Cleveland's rejected min ister to Austria, has returned to this country. He says he wants no more diplomatic appointments. Well, we shouldn't think he would. The Republicans of Iowa have nominated State Senator Wm. M.Lara bee, of Fayette county, for Governor. Larabee, it is stated, is not a friend of the present Iowa prohibitory law. The census of the State has been completed. The figures, as returned by the assessors, show the population of the State to be 1,118,486, a gain of 337,713, or 43.25 per cent., in the last five years. It is almost certain that peace be tween England and Russia on the Af ghan question is now completely assur ed the two governments are at present busily engaged in arranging the details of mutual understanding, and the ne gotiations are proceeding rapidly and harmonious. The s...

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. — 2 September 1885

fc %tp I 1 I %vf NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Mr. Schmucker's bailding is nearing completion and will soon be dedicated to King Gambrenious. 3% The pressed brick, the manufacture of which Mr. Aufderheide has recently commenced, show off to good advan tage on Mr. Ruemke's new building. A petiton was circulated in this city last Saturday asking the telegraph com pany to establish direct communication with St. Paul and Minneapolisa thing which should have been done years a- New Ulm will be represented in the great Northwestern River convention which meets in St. Paul to-morrow by Mayor C. Weschcke, Adolph Seiter, Jos. A. Eckstein, E. G. Koch and Fran cis Baasen. Miss Amalia Nix has accepted a po sition as teacher in the public schools in St. Paul. Miss Nix has taught in the New Ulm schools for a number of years and her departure is regretted by all friends of our school system. The annual fair of the Brown County Agricultural Society will be held on September 19th and 20th. We publish the pre...

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. — 2 September 1885

t$)\ JfrV* Si- MOTHER AM) DAUGHTER.^I^^ Mr. Grey was a man wh'&& fhad cbm- mitted a great blunder. He had re 4 tired! And now time hung heavily on his hands, and he 9knew not what to do with himself. So, for \ak\t of better occupation, he took to calling on a plump widow of "his acquaintance, who had a remarkable pretty daugh ter. Bessie Peploe'was a younger edition of her mother. They had the same black eyes, rosy cheeks, and wavy hair, and, truth compels us to add, the same quick temper. "I'll never marry old Gray Bessie told Mrs. Peploe, definitely, after the manner of the young lady who refused a man before he "axedher,"forMr. Grey had not yet proposed, although every evening he presented himself at the widow's dwelling, and sat by the fire side, in the most comfortable chair in the room. "We shall see," returned the elder lady, and her bright eyes flashed, for she had set her mind upon the marriage, and already regarded Be&sie as the mistress of Mr. Grey's comfortab...

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. — 2 September 1885

LATEST B1W1 V* 4 M* Ex-Secretary Kdbert Lincoln and General Sheridan. Some time ago a statement was tele graphed from Washington that a conflict of authority had arisen between Secretary Edincotb and Lieut. Gen. Sheridanals that a similar conflict had occurred between ex-Secretary Lincoln and the lieutenant general of the army. I was also stated that secretary Lincoln wrote a letter to Gen. Sheridan upon the subject. The truth of this is shcran by a letter, dated Jan. 1 7 last, published by the Army and Navy Journal. Mr. Lincoln states that the general of the army has caused the quartermaster gen eral to make changes in his department Mithout consulting him (thesecretary).and the writer contends thattheqtiartermaster general is under his own exclusive authority. The secretary quotes at leng th from pre cedents and general orders snowing that chiefs of staff corps, departments 'and bureaus were consider ed as withdraw fcom the orders of the general commander of the army. consideis th...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 2 September 1885

1 4^ $ LATEST NEWS SUMMARY. Ex-Secretary Robert Lincoln and General Sheridan. Some time as a statement was tele graphed from Washington that a conflict of authority had arisen between Secretary Edincott and Lieut. Gen. Sheridan albo that a similar conflict had occurred betw een ex-Secretary Lincoln and the lieutenant general of the army. I -was also stated that ex-secretary Lincoln wrote a letter to Gen. Sheiidan upon the subject. The truth of this is shown by a letter, dated Jan. 17 last, published by the Army and Navy Journa l. Mr. Lincoln states that thegeneral of the army has caused the quartermast er gen eral to make changes in his department -without consulting him (thesecretary),and che writer contends tht-t the quartermaster general is under his o\\ exclusive authority. The secretary quotes at length from pre cedents and general orders showing that chiefs of staff corps, departments and bureaus were considered as ithdrai\ from the orders of the general commander of the aimy....

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 2 September 1885

5 l& &-A/JWI THOMAS A. WILSON, EDITOR. Springfield, Minn., Sept 1, 1885. Business is begining to revive. No. 1 wheat is now worth 62 cts. Threshing is now the order of the day among the farmers. H. Bendixen made a business trip to Chicago last week securing a large addition to his stock of general merch andise. {&J. Breitkreutz wentout inthejcoun try the other day andj slew "twenty-six prairie chickens. John can find 'em when others can't. Mr. W. Essig is now clerking for J. J. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Ath. Henle of Milford came up one day last week and visited their son, Mr. A. Henle, at this place. Brophy & Gamble are now operat ing a steam threshing machine in the town of Sundown. A representative of Seely Brothers, Chicago, was in town Tuesday taking orders for Averill paint. Mr. John Lau contemplates the e rection of anew wagon shop. Mr. L. is an expert wheelwright and a larger astablishment would prove to him a profitable investment. gg The present price for flax in t...

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. — 9 September 1885

Vt K0*t0H II tffi" "23eeklg IXHexneun PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY f^ -BY- JOa BOBLETER. OFFICE OVER CITY DRUG STORE. Teraaas: fl,60 PER YEAR. Sates of Advertising. FPRNISHED UPON APPLICATfdlT. T\R. A WARDEN, RESIDEN1 DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Streets. NEW ULM, MINN. T)R. C. BERBY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office over lfcesling, Keller & Co's NEW ULM, MINN, FRANCIS BAASEN, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Collections Promptly Attended to. NEW ULM MINN JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney and Counselor .At, Lstw. Titles examined and peifected Particular attention given to collec tions l3T0ffice over Brown Co. Bank. NEW ULM. MINN. JOHN LIND. A. C.HAGBERO. UND & HAGBERG, AttorneysandCounselors at Law. Attend to Suits in all the State & U. S. Courts. Special Attention Paid to Collections GERMAN AND SCADINAVIAN LAN- GUAGES SPOKEN. ftNEWULM, MINN. NEW ULM AGENCY "SOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF BE* YOEK, J.NIC NENNO, AGENT The Home is one of the oldest? and strongest fire insuran...

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. — 9 September 1885

*-4-'"V NewUlm Remew. JOS. BOBLETE R, Pablifeher. NEW ULM, ItflNNESOTA. The quarterly reti irns of railroads *re anything but ch.ee rful. Many show decided falling off' iii feariringl' and shough expenses ha\ re been reduced, lividends are *st in minium.. One of she principal reason'* assigned'for this condition of railroad property is the vhe low rate of height s. There are now in Tndia, completed 3r in progress, 1 5,000 miles rail way. As the first railway was only Dpert&l in 1853 the progress *f the system by which auJic v*hole peninsula ivill soon be gridironed will be seen to De remarkable. Tfce interest to Aroer .ca in these WOTICS is that they are en abling that densely 3. tfpulated country :o lay 4own wheat in London andLiv jrpool -.cA, pricey which, the lan guage of trade, SGOia iiiromise "to &ejj competition." The rive-* convention Jield at St. Paul recently wi.s one of the largest ever field, and it was composed of represen tative mea.rrom all the various sec tion...

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. — 9 September 1885

Ranging A Panama martial that met on New York a. his family death. On tlii Gwin would was the son ister and st young,, but, Jackson^ he ical "life,' jhav: States marsl r*% ?5 patch sayf At the court to of^che destfactum of fire, the court", after having heard the prisoner's defense, ordered the room.o bp cleared and then deliberated|*6wMSS!taen& tencethey should pronounce. oyhi every s', 3* are VV ATrthT#tilt but onj^wer the hanging of Prestan.sat a9|#t^djbatehfor warran^yas^ignedfthe nris *ne polled riji, ^ifd Woffifai of his".Teit- tenc0.- He heard thefcentefaae react-with great composure. Up to his last "moment he had a priest by his side. When upo.n the scaffold Prestan spokefaiewi ]#rd calling upon the ColoinbiaftT^b "believe' "M nnocen atrocious crime suc a *i*thstandin all his repeated protests **.uriocerice, there!*v^^ ofuri- ,,*Dfiiuous aj^oyat ^hen'ithll^ was^ re moved from under hj^|e|t^dy?^ie left to swing on^the' gallo^vsf5* i:\ city unti he was drive ^i Col has Gau...

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. — 9 September 1885

a 1 rtia i #P?f i $ it *w~ Hanging of,the Colon Incendiarj. A Panama a dispatch sayI]l-At the court 4? me on the lflh ult.. to try th Prestan.who has been executed,four s -flntnesse, declared that Prestan was the principal authonr S8e S of the destruction of Co Jon on the331si of March last. All the wit Pu a roe S on the one point .that Prestan was the 'author of the Tire, the court, after having heard the prisoner's defense, ordered the room to ho cleared and then deliberated as towhatsen tencethey should pronounce. All the votes but one were for the hanging of Prestan. At astthe death warrant was signed, the pris oner called in, and informed of his sen tence. He heard the sentence read-with great composure. Up to his last moment he had a priest by his side. When upon the scaffold Prestan spoke a few words calling upon the Colombians to believe him innocent of such an atrocious crime. Notwithstanding all his repeated protests of innocence, there was but one voice of un animous appr...

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. — 9 September 1885

t I i i $?$k NEW ULM. MINN. JOS. BOBLETER, Editor A Proprietor. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1885. According to the report of the signal service station at St Paul, the month just passed has been the coldest August on record. The Second Adventists have fixed Tuesday, October 13, as the day when the end is to come. But the only thing that is likely to come to an end on that day is the Ohio democracy. Rhode Island is the most densely populated State in the Union, having 280 persons to the square mile. Minne sota has about 12 to the square mile, and Nature is far more lavish in be stowing her wealth here than in Rhode Island. The Democrats who are grumbling at not being able to get offices ought not to include the commissioner of internal revenue in their condemnation, for he has left just twelve Republican collect ors of internal revenue out of a list of eighty-five. The St. Peter Tribune says that Gen. Baker has not fully determined yet whether he will run for Congress next year, or for Gover...

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. — 9 September 1885

4 i 4 2 TSV MM NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Mr. Fr. Kuetzing sells Stark A grain bags at 25 cts. each. /&f Mr. F. Beinhom last Saturday re ceived a large stock of holiday goods. The Sleepy Herald last came out in a new dress A of prosperity. Saturday sure sign Klossner and Palmer last Monday re-* ceived and shipped to Chicago two car loads of live hogs. Newhart's farm near this city yielded only about 10 bushels of wheat per acre. It's all No. 1, though. Let it be a matter of record that the first frost this season made its appear ance on the morning of Sept. 1st. Bingham Bros,are now receiving and delivering the winter supply of coal. They have a monopoly of the business in this city. The balance of the old bowling alley in rear of Baarsch's place was torn down last Saturday. Thus one by one the old landmarks do disappear. The low price of wheat has a depress ing effect on the business interests of our city. Farmers do not care to sell their wheat at the present low prices. Wheat in R...

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