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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 9 September 1885

:'p 1 1 i I' 1 fen is*** BETWEEN OURSEEVm^^ 'flroin Vhp Philadelphia Call. Because her eyes to me and you 'J^t. The brightest are and bluest, 4ShaU storms arise between us Wo, The oldest friends and truest? 43he smiles on me my heart is light, And yours is steeped in sorrow And yet the flower I ga\e to-night She'll throw to you tomorrow, j^}. Coquette is she. so say with me, %k* "Let him who winsherwgarher ffjf "And fair how ever fair she be, There's many a lassie fairer." iff* sL Bat if it hap, and well it may. That each in vain has pleaded,It If all my songs are thrown aw ayM And all your sighs unheeded We'll vow ourselves no hermit vowsj We'll cross no foaming billow, "We'll bind about our dismal brows No wreaths of mournful willow, But show, in spite of her disdain, We yet can live without her, Andjominghandswe'lllaugli again, & And think no more about her! MB. BAEGEE'S INSECTS. rhere is a quaint hamlet a few miles in, and from the Long Island sound coast, known as Dumpling ...

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. — 9 September 1885

3 A Singular Murder In JSel^rW SW Wn^JwS' th William,, wis No 8 Keade street, New York, by a man who gives his name as Joseph T. Holland, and says he is a^Teican and that he came from Abilene, Kan Davis was a well known sporting man and had occupied this room for several months, conducting on alleged brokerage business. When searched at the station a heat revolver, $1,500 in money and a cold atch were found on Holland. Tn-the right hand of the dead man was a $ 5 bill and scattered about the floor were bonds of the face va'ue of $500/ In the desk was & large quantity of apparent securities. The following details of the occurrence e learned from "The" Davis, the brother of the inmdeied man: Holland came to n& cw Yoik in response to a letter from lhomas Davie to buy counterfeit money. His visit to the office was for the purpose of obtaining $10,000 in counterfeit money. On his arrival he entered the room oc cupied by Thomas Davis where a desk stood close by a partition. In the ...

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. — 9 September 1885

mmmssmsssm 1.^ *3H4 mmm mawm mmmmmmSSm. Dreary weather to-day. The herdsmen are having a hard time. Mr. D. J. Scheffield and Mr. J. Pot ter will attend the State Fair this week. Prairie chickens are becoming scarce and scared, consequently our sports men are taking a rest. Mrs. T. A. Wilson is slowly convales cing. A grand concert by the Cleveland Band is on programme for the near fu ture. Dr. Sullivan's father and sister left for home in Canada, on Monday. Wm. Murfin of Sleepy Eye, came up on Wednesdav of last week to look up a site for a creamery. The rains of last week dampened the ground to a sufficient depth to make plowing easy. Supt. J. B. Vehkanje came up this week and held teachers1 J. Fremont, the colored "self made orator," delievered a somewhat interesting and very amusing lecture at the Hall on Sunday evening, on the subject of "the dark and light sides of southern affairs." M. F. is an easy speaker and his faculty of dropping Jokes from the rostrom can not be ex celled...

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. — 16 September 1885

"SSeeklg ,*h PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J0& BOBLETER. OFFICE OVER CITY DRUG STORE. Terms: $1,60 PER YEAR. Bates of Advertising. FURNISHED UPON APPUCATfo'N. Ill M^IMMia T\M. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Mmnesora and 1st N. Streets. NEW ULM, MINN. TV. C. BERPY, PHYBICXAN AND SURGEON, Office over lLesling, Keller & Co's ^NEW ULM, MINN, FRANCIS BAASEN, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Collections Promptly Attended to. NEW ULM MINN. JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney and Counselor Titles examined and perfected Particular attention given to collec tions ^"Office over Brown Co. Bank. NEW ULM. MINS. JOHN LIND. A. C.HAOBERQ. *LIND & HAGBERG, Attorneys andCounselors at Law, Attend to Suits in ail the State & U. S. Courts. Special Attention Paid to Collections GERMAN AND SCADIN AVIAN LAN- *$* GUAGBS SPOKEN. NEW ULM, MINN. NEW ULM AGENCY HOME FIRE INSURANCE OF NEW YOBX CO. J.NIC.NENNO, AGENT. The Home is one of the oldest* and strongest fire insurance companies in the Uni...

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. — 16 September 1885

.New TJlm Eeview. 'JOS. BOBLETER, Publisher. JTEW ULM, MINNESOTA. Tests made by Dr. Fischer, thewell Imown German chemist, show that in "the ordinary domestic stoves in use not'mo/e than 20 per cent, ot the fuel consumed is really utilized for warm ing the rooms, whereas with stoves burning gas 80 per cent, and more of the-possible effect is obtained. An' exchange says that day by day the impression grows, being warranted by facts, that business is improving. It is seen in every department of trade and is now almost universally felt and acknowledged. Such being the case, the future has a brighter aspect than for a long time past. Now, keep the ball moving, but be careful not to send it beyond reasonable limits. Alfonso Taft of Ohio, the returned Minister from Russia, was delighted with life of St. Petersburg and in re gard to the climate he says: "The weather is not so cold as I had 'ex- pected to find it and I actually suffer ed less inconvenience from the cold in St. Petersburg la...

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. — 16 September 1885

KI i'k The committee appointed the late JjWW P1 a $ t3attiolic\juiiyerrity rhich has been .endowed by Caldwell,: "wed a ^circula appealMus to tbeCatho- lnfc ol the United States to provide means' ^.Vto endow the eight professorships with* which the university will enter upon its work, and to found the courses, which are l$ prominent feature of the scheme. Th S.4-. Clrcjriar $$ oi is signed by Archbishops Gibbone Baltimore, Heiss of Milwaukee, Williams & Mh of Boston, Ryan of Philadelphia and Car /1friganofNewYork Bishops Ireland of Stf. 4ai11' Kearns Richmond, Spaldin |f%4 Peoria, Vicar Apostolic Murty of Idaho and others. Most Keep Out of St. Paul. U&\ Portland Oregonian: While at the post office recently a banker was asked by a Chinaman to read a letter, which he had "just received, to him. The letter was from St. Paul, and was written in good English and in a good hand. The party receiving it had written to a friend in St. Paul stat ing that he was out ofemploympnt, and i...

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. — 16 September 1885

ifflt 1/ 3 1** Mi- NEW ULM, MINN. JOS. BOBLETER, Editor Proprietor. Wednesday, Sept. 16 1885. According to the State census just completed, Wisconsin has a population of 1,563,950. A gain of 21 per cent, over 1880^ The Iowa Greenbackers who are op posed to fusion have called a conven tion and will nominate a State ticket of their own. Thus does fusion not fuse. The Waseca Radical, one of the best papers on our exchange list, has been enlarged and changed in form to a six column quarto. Very commendable, Graham. Montreal and other Canadian towns are afflicted with smallpox, and theof postoffice department at Washington has requested that all mail from Mon treal for the United States be fumigat ed before being dispatched. The first monument to the memory of Gen. Grant, just completed at Peabody, Kan., is forty feet high, made of wood, and entirely covered with yellow corn, with appropriate inscrip tions and huge Kansas pumpkins on each angle of the pedestal. In the prohibition state o...

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. — 16 September 1885

1 1% 6, $2*-"l NEW ULM AND VICINITY. County fair next Saturday and Sun day. i 2fc* 17 Mr. Fn Kuetzing sells Stark A grain bags at 25 cts. each. Last week's rain was a Godsend to the farmers having plowing to do. Immers old building on Centre street, has been torn down. Another old land* mark disappeared. The trees are doning a dress of many colors. A sure sign that cold weather is not a great ways off.' The brakemen of the Winona & St. Peter division have formed a lodge of the Brotherhood of Brakemen, with headquarters at Waseca. A blind organ grinder raked in a few nickles in this city last Thursday. He was the first street musician that has given us a call this year. The New Ulm City Band has been engaged for the fair. The band will be in attendance Saturday and Sunday evenings and Sunday afternoon. Bernhard Marschner, proprietor of the Cottonwood woolen mills, informs us that the Cottonwood river has risen something over afoot since the recent rain.s This is fair week in Roch...

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. — 16 September 1885

i [i i i i i I: flOHG OF THE INDIAN ,MA^Dir. lTontreai Gazette. i A Wooo-red ring Hung roun A blood-red ring, ah me, ah me! I heard the piping of the loon, A wounded lodh, ah me! And yet the eagle feathers rare, 1 I trembling wove in my brave's hair. moon, He left me in the early morn, The early morn, ah me! ah me! *The feathers waved like stately corn So like the corn, ah me! A fierce inu swept across the plain, The stately corn was swept in twain. They crushed in blood the hated race, The hated race, ah me! ah me! I only clasped a cold, blind face His fold, dead face, ah me! The blood red hangs in my sight, I hear the loon cry every night. ATOUCHOFMTUEE. From the Youth's Companion. She stooped a little, and the few locks isible beneath the deep bonnet 4dGu!d hardly be called less than half gray. A faded shawl covered her nar row shoulders, and this, with a calico dress even more faded, completed her humble attire. Her steps were slow, but not hesita ting, and judging altogether fr...

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. — 16 September 1885

Flr ft iJA K3 r&f'i-J 4v ?$HG|! WFO&* MIMESOTA STATE FAIR'. 111 Exhibition on the New Fair 3f GroundsSatisfactory in MostRespects. Tho first fair on the new grounds given to the state by Ramsey county, midway be tween St. Paul and Minneapolis, opened under favorable conditions. The railroad arrangements were nearly perfect, and left nothing be desired in the point of acces- sibilitytrains running from Minneapolis and St. Paul, and from the grounds these cities every fifteen or twenty minutes, and transporting the thousands who at tended without complaint from every quar- Jter. Trains rant the heart of the grounds. J The grounds elicited general prais e. They are admirably fitted for the purpose at present, and susceptible of holding any- thing that will be demanded by the future growth of the state and the magnitude of any exhibition that may be desired. From elevated points on the main building and from the racing stand, a most beautif ul and extensive landscape meets the e...

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. — 16 September 1885

j I 1 I&2.& SPBIM5FIELD DEPABTMENT. THOMAS A. WILSON, EDITOR. Springfield, Minn., Sept 15, 1885. Again "there's sunshine after rain." Rev. J. Liscomb Presiding Elder of the M. E. Church preached in thewant chapel on Thursday evening. The new wheat crop appears to be of poorer quality than that raised last year. G. W. Van Dusen & Co., whave plac ed a large Fairbank's wagon scale in front of their warehouse. The Ladies Aid society will meet a gain on Wednesday evening of this week at the residence of Mr. W. H.abou Thompkm Those of our citizens who attended the State Fair lcport having had a good time notwithstanding the unfavor able weather, Mr A. Henle made a trip to New Ulm, Monday H. C. Warnke is doing a rushing business now-a-days in the harness and saddlery line Give him a call. Gust Nues3le has for sale a number jf the celebrated combined truck and sack-holders Farmers and others hav ing grain to handle would find it to their interest to procure one of them. Dr Hatch...

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. — 23 September 1885

&*# Jk,^ *u- 8 S2f. LISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J0& BOBLETER. OFFICE OVER CITY DRUG STORE. #1,50 FER YEAR. Bates *f AdTertlalnff. FURNISHEDUPOW NKWTJI.M, MINN, I /FRANCIS BAASEN, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Collections Promptly Attended to. NEW ULM MINN. JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney and Counselor At Law. Titles examined and perfected. Particular attention given to collec tions i Office over Brown Co. Bank. NEW ULM. MINN. JOHN LIND. A. C.HAOBERO. UND ft HAGBERG, AttorneysandGounselors at Law, Attend to Suits in all the State & U. S. Courts. Special Attention Paid to Collections GBBMAN AND SCADINAVI AN LAN- GUAGES SPOKEN. BWULM, MINN. It NEW TJLM AGENCY 10MB FIRE INSURANCE O BE* YORK, J.NIC.NENNO, AGENT. The Homo is one of the oldest' and -strongest fire insurance companies in the United States, and all in want of reliable insurance should call on me. Farm insurance a specialty J. Nic. NENNO, Agt. DAKOTA HOUSE, OPP. PO ST OpriGE NEW ULM, MINN ADOLPH SEITER, Prop'r. This hou...

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. — 23 September 1885

New TJl ReviewS*4' JOS. BOBLETER, Publisher. KEW ULM, Wi MINNESOTA. Every person living in a period of which, he can say, "all of which I saw and part of which I was," mu3t be amazed on reading a great deal of the stuff written of that period by a later generation, and finds no difficulty in the way of fully crediting the remark of a writer that "history is made up of falsehoods agreed upon as facts." Taking the country as a whole, 1,728 colored people die out of every 100,- 000, while the proportion of white men is only 1,474 in the same number. This shows a prevailing lack of endur ance on the part of the blacks, but this is more than made up by their fe cundity, especially in the southern spates where the climate is mild. One of the most remarkable features of the late Minnesota State Fair was the good order that prevailed. On days when there were twenty-five to thirty thousand people present there was not a single altercation or angry word, or a single complaint of rude ness. As...

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. — 23 September 1885

harfdlecLlprflincbilc^ tenameaione^ ,fflSBKOTHERSKEEPER, [From the Youth's Companion. 'I'm not good for much, [mother?" Vfl'V The question was asked playfully, the young man-sitting at the reakfast-table, from which!a red-arm fed girl was carrying the dishes, threw down his paper, andspringing up said, with a flushed face,-**- "No, Dick, you're *not good for any thing'" "Come now'" iwaC^the angry re sponse, and Mrs. Baylies hurried for ward nervously, for it'seemed as if the 'two brothers would*iklit. "It's a fact. y^QH|lire living on us you are lazyanC ty years old," si 0 boys' boysy an, holding put" er quarreled in gin now'" "It's time he hji tered Tom. "But, motherf gownhe '-?m ly, turne room. Pt3 ai linji ih* snd^otrT_., t^a w|ld and life were things BO small, )urHtlle wit encompassed all! 4 took our being as our faith grantedflfrew our easy breath rrorgranted|^e1rour"eaBy"breat 3** And*arflystayedtoyd^hyW* Jkfrtxem&y.f* Hemtt^hauk^me^biefole^ie {Yffi were set here to live 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. — 23 September 1885

I i Yffm. m1liQtronM^.o M*. .._ strange incoirsequence'Ofyotlth.fc js^f When days Were lived froMhancfto mouth And thought tan round an empty ring In foolish, sweet imagining,' Pe handled love in childish fashion fThe name alone and not the passion IThe world and life were things, so small, |Our little wit encompassed all! fWe took our being as our faith For granted, drew our easy breath And rarely stayed to wonder why ^Ve were set here to live and die. Vague dreams we had, a grander Fate Our lives would mold and dominate, Till we should stand some far-off day 'More godlike than of mortal clay. i Strong Fate! we meet thee but to find A soul and all that lies behind, We lose Youth's Paradise and gain A world of duty and of pain. -The English Illustrated Magazine. HIS BROTHERSKEEPER. From the Youth's Companion. "I'm not good for much, am I, [mother?" The question was asked playfully, but the young man sitting at the eakfast-table, from which a red-arm- ed girl was carrying the dishes,...

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. — 23 September 1885

ESI Wm^ I: "K JOS. BOBLETEB, Editor Proprietor. ^Republican office holders are being removed at the rate of one every five minutes. This ought to satisfy the hungriest Democrat. In the International yacht race at 3Ne\ti'Yor between the Puritan and Genesta, the Yankee craft twice beat thevEnglish yacht and was declared the victor. .IRiel, the leader of the Northwest re bellion, wbo was under sentence to be hanged last Friday, has been indefinite ly respited. It is thought his sentence -will commuted to along term of im prisonment. '.Last Wednesday was Minnesota day at the postoffice department. -The First Assistant Postmaster General removed twenty-four Minnesota Republican fourth-class posmasters and appointed Democrats in their stead. The'Waseca BadiccU has it from cellerit'?. authority that General Baker has fully decided and is already setting the pins for Congress from the Second district. Congressman Wakefield will no doubt have something to say on the subject, however The new ...

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. — 23 September 1885

1 4$4 1% 3A I ft i? *j NEW UL AND YtCBmfrt: "Karl, the Peddler." at Union Hall next Saturday and Sunday evenings^ Jacob Herscheler and John Geiger are the first to announce the receipt of fresh oysters.^^?**''^ -^Wf ^?P The Lyon county fair was a grand success. This time Gov. Hubbard made connection and was. a drawing card. v,i I J. M. Broome, of the Mankato Beob achter, advertises his office for sale. The Free Press understands that Bro. Broome contemplates removing to Wis consin. Conductor Hanson and crew, also engine No. 19 and crew, are now sta tioned at this station to do switching in the yard and assist trains up the heavy grade west of town. The Waseca Herald says it is rumor ed that the C. & N. W. railroad com pany will put on Sunday day passenger trains soon, also the full compliment of Snnday freight trains. The eighth annual fair of the Waton wan County Agricultural Society com menced yesterday at Madelia and con tinues three days. We acknowledge the receipt of a comp...

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. — 23 September 1885

I *ttEB KAMK** ftaom the Current. Then father took the Bible down And in his clear, old-fashioned hand fjpon its Record pages brown Hewrote thenameas it should stand. But protest came from all therest :At giving such a little fairy, The dearest, sweetest and the best, That antiquated name to carry. And aunts and second-cousins cry "A name &o worn and ordinary Dould not be found if oneshould try, As that same appellation 'Mary.'" And o'er and o'er again they laud Her yellow curls, her baby grace "Oh, call her 'Ethelind,' or 'Maud,' Or 'Christine,' for her angel face. "Buttime Mill change thisgolden fleece To match the eyes in dusky splendor, 3?a,r better name her 'Beatute,' Or 'Imogen,' serene and tender." "Oh, name the child Tor Aunt Louisa, For she, good soul, is well-to-do, The compliment is sure to please her And \\Q can call the darling'Lou.'" -Most prudent counsel, all too late' 'TwKr ila,l.ichi'sa.nd Matthew's pages JLppcai, unchangeable as fate, The name beloved of all th...

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. — 23 September 1885

J Sf I ^Population of the Legislative Districts, Show pj* in& the Strength of the Counties Under a f New Apportionment. Figures of the Census Giving Data as to Sexes and Races^Presentiug Soine Eecn^ar A* 44 46 Features. ^MR A The secretary of state has made official announcement ot the Minnesota census for 1885 by legislative districts, showing' also the membership to which the several coun ties or districts were entitled in the last leg islature. The basis, on the census of 1880, was about 7,000 This made a membership of 103 If 10,000or the major fraction thereofis made the basis, according to the census of 1885, and no changes in the dis tricts are made, the legislature would be composed ot 111 members, the number to which each district would be entitled being shown the lastfiolamnof the table below. The total population of each county, by itself, is shown in the table under the head ing "Recapitulation by counties." CENSUS BY THE LEGISLATIVE DISTBICTS. 2|2 Counties. 5 Ramsey ...

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. — 23 September 1885

III lit Kjj1: M.. V4S THOMAS A. WILSON, EDITOR. Springfield, Minn., Sept22, 1885. ffm. Murfin came up from Sleepy Eye on Tuesday of last week to have a chat with his employes at this place. W. Laird, of the firm Laird, Nor ton Co., came up from Winona on Tuesday of last week. W. L. Cunningham of Albin was in town one day last week. Oscar Erickson succeeded in selling a new threshing machine on Friday last. The band boys haye been practicing daily for some time past, and are mak ing every effort possible to make to night's concert a success. W. H. Torrey of Mulligan was in town Sunday. Wheat in this market is now 64 cts. This encourages the farmers. A. J. Gilmore of Iberia was in town Monday receiving a drove of young cattle. Mrs. D. Burns and Miss Dencie Ed *ar were quite seriously injured on lunday last by being throwne wggy- A from present they ar recovera Messrs. Newdal & Hoober returned from S Paul on Friday last. They succeeded in making all necessary ar rangements regardin...

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