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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 October 1892

THE FAEMEBS PB0TE6TED. UNDER THE OPERATION O E MCKINLEY ACT. 8 _____ Vi 4 Good Prices for Farm Products Reduced Importations of Etrgs, Barley, Hay and Other Agricultural Pro ducts. A O Special.—NO body of men have suffered more in purse from the competition of foreigners than the farmers of New York State. This competition has come from the farmers of Canada, and has been more severe than the competition which the farmers of other States of the Union have been compelled to endure. This has been owing to the situation of the State near the best farming lands of the Dominion. Much of the soil of Ontario is as good as that of Western New York. There is no difference in productiveness between the soil of Franklin and Clinton Counties, di rectly south of the frontier, and the soil of Canada north of the line. Moreover, the farmers of Canada had at their command cheaper labor, Tw years ago, in response to a re quest from the farmers of the entire country, a ^Republican Congress in creased...

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. — 12 October 1892

3 F. W. JOHESON.-Pditog 1 *»*, Xi 11 rs and 7 Wednesday, of j? P*0* 1 3 8 9 3 ^te s*k«''crf the! should cultivate an 1 acquaintance ^vith truth. At present $* W &¥ utter strangers. The farm"eTwhoHSes tivo mile&.from manufacturing city h,a ^vantafes far in excess of those by the far mer who HTes-twiceia^away. There in is the value of a a the markets of the wot What some 7 3 other place may oVe1' a in me jione of Mr Schmidt's fault or business, enough ttiatfee looks after Uncle Sam's \*n&rests here and occasionally touches up \^G newspapers for tliinking tliat they kncN^ it all. The otlier day we saw a Democrat wearing a Jefferson button. Jefferson was a believer in the doctrine of protec tion and a home market, but the Demo cratic platform denounces this principle as a fraud. Now will some one point out the consistency between the button and the wearer of to-day. .«_«. Postmaster Schmidt has never failed to call our attention to the Review's errors in mailing supplements ...

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. — 12 October 1892

it. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT &ENTI8T. 'office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street. •W ULM, TFt MINN. t$tii extracted without pain by the UBe of 2 ad air or nitrons oxide gas. .a. L. A. FRITSCHE, IYSICIAN AND SURGEON Female Diseases a Specialty 'fica in W. Boeseh's New'Briot Block* Ulm, Minn. .ft STKICKLER, IYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in G. Doehne'8 new buck block. ,\VULM, MINK. Telephone Connections. ,11 L. SCHOCH IYSICIAN AND SURGEON. lis promptly attended to night or day. I Office over Pioneer Drug Store. JSW ULM, MINN. jR. C. HIRSCH, "flYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's Drugstore. hen in town, can bo found at office at all hours. FW ULM. MINN E. BEHNKE, D. Y- 8. mm SURGEON MID DENTIST ()ffice over Brown County Bank. Pine un to the rear of the building, where .M-.es can be left for treatment )R. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist* Office in the Meridian Block EW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the "test approved methods. )R. EMIL MUELLER ireterltiary %*t$toti $ Qefltis...

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. — 12 October 1892

twWm'§m^o W. JOHNSON, MHOH AND PUBUSHBB. NEWULM, MINNESOTA. W E N Chinaman gets to gay a tries to play fan-tan with a of this country then it is time at Uncle Samuel to ok the queue. E silky little iKing Charles spaniel is an expensive luxury, because pup pies a old easily fetch $5 0 apiece, and, when half grown, §100 A POUND of coal will yield enough magent a to color 500 a of flan nel, enough vermillion for 2,500 a a alezarine for 15 5 a of tur key red cloth. EX-GOVERNO WATTS of Alabama who died recently from heart failure was Jefferson Davis' Attorne Gen eral in the a of he Confederacy. was 7 3 years of age. A S 0 E Y, speaking as an expert, Bays: a is a he squarest game of ehance I know of." And now let some prominent anti-gambler give his opinion of Mr. Sheedy as an expert. A N E W O RK an iiad to call upoaa the courts to declare at he ad a right to a me his a by Mary, eveta though the mother insisted upon it being called Mandita BOASTING as rejected a a of Columbus tendered by...

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. — 12 October 1892

WECK PUGET SOUOT). TWO STEAMERS CRASH TO GETHER. •Five Lives Los a S Peo pl Injured on he Premier Whic W as S a a is of -the Victims a in he Fog Seattle, Wash. Oct. 10t—The Canadian Pacific Navigation company's steamer Premier was struck by the steam collier Willamette in a dense fog off Whidby sisland, ten miles south of Port Town -scnd, yesterday afternoon. Four were killed, one drowned and seventeen badly wounded. The steam tug Goliah arrived here this morning with three of the dead, all of the wounded and other passengers, after having spent several hours in an •attempt to save from the wreck the body of an unknown passenger wedged in there. The dead are: Jchanns Moe. Tacoma. Frank C. Winkocp, son of D. Win 'Jkoop, Tacoma. John Rankin, Seattle. Unknown passenger, a man about for ty, still in the wreck. An unknown passenger jumped over board and was drowned. The injured are: Gus Davis, watchman of the Premier, ribs broken seriously injured internally. Thomas Foran, Seattle, left ...

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. — 12 October 1892

1 fc#: fes.' :M& ostein, i* IN ,fiS, CHEMICALS erfumery,. Books, Sta Supporters, Shoulder 4, etc. Paints, Oils, Var- Artists' Supplies. Pure juors for medical purposes. rescriptions carefully com hours of the day and night. .nesota, County of Brown j-ss Court, Special Term, October latter of the estate of John B. ..eased' din^ 'and filin? the petition of Tunte, administrator of the estate B. Tunte late of Lorain Co., Ohio, ed setting forth the amount of per state that has come into his hands sposition thereof, and how much re undisposed of the amount of debts and ing: against said deceased, as far same can be ascert ained the lega unpaid, and a description of all the estate, excepting the homestead, of ich said deceased died seized in this .untA'and State and the condition and a me of the respective portions or lots hereof the persons interested in said es ate with their residences and praying vhnt license be to liim granted to sell said real estate. And it appearing by said pet...

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. — 19 October 1892

N. ABUNDANCE VS. CHEAPNESS The Eloquent Iowa Orator Dolliver Agrees with Harrison that things may be too Cheap. One Thing as Important to a Community as Cheap Goods, is Money to Buy Goods With. A Brilliant and Humorous Argument in Pavor of the Doctrine of Protec tion. Before a New York audience recently Congressman Dolliver of Iowa made a protective speech, which fairly bristled with strong points and eloquent sentences He took for his text, President Harrison's statement that things might sometimes be too cheap and in refening to the peo ple of his own state he says: They believe in buying what they need as far as they can at home and in selling what they produce as far as they can in the market places of their OWE country. '(Applause.) Being largely engaged in raising live stock for sale, they see the advantage of having customers who have both money to buy meat and a well established habit of eating it. (Laughter and applause.) Our people are for re ciprocity, not with our compet...

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. — 19 October 1892

4- t'S Er mmm A h»AVENLY BIRTHDAY. ^fJ "•"Host thou keep count and 3ay in thy far place. This birthday is the first since that dark hour When on my breast was laid Love's funer al flower?" Fhou hast won all, in the immortal race— •^Conqueror olliie, and death, and time, and space, And I, a lagging, beaten runner, cower. While round me mocking memories jeer and lower. .And from thy far world comes no helpful grace. Thou dost not whisper that those heigKts are cold Where I walk not beside thee, and the night •Of death is long. Nay, I am overbold. Thou sittest comforted and healed with Iteht, .And young and glad and I who wait am old Yet will I find thee, even in death's de spite. —Louis Onandler Moulton. HEASUBE FOE MEASURE. WO years' hard labor in the State's prison!" The dull, stolid face of the prisoner at the bar turned a shade paler—the heavy under-lip dropped slightly— &nd that was all. But from a shabby woman in the crowd there rose up such a shrill wail of agony as pierced...

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. — 19 October 1892

LOUIS BUENCER,!^ VNDER TAKER and Dealer in all Kinds of FURNITURE. Cor. Minnesota and 3d St., N. ff NEW ULM, MINNESOTA. BUILDING STON E FO SALE, The New Ulm Stone Company is ready to sell building stones et the Quarry. For prices inquire of J. Pfenninger, W. Boesch, A. Schell. or Chas. Stolzenberg Redstone. NOTICE.—The use of land for pasturing or cutting of wood or quarrying and haul ing of stone is notallowed unless by a writ ten permit from the company. NEW ULM STOKE CO. LIME! LIME! WINKELMANN'S LIME KILN. On Minnesota River, near New TJlm, if fully prepared to furnish lime of the very best qualify in any quantity to contractor! and builders. Delivered to any desired point either by team or rail at liberal prices. All orders by mail promptly at tended to. FRED A. GRAY City Scavenger. New "Dim, Minn. Vaults, Cesspools and Chimney Cleaning. A.11 kinds of Scavenger Work Promptly At tended to. P. 0. Box 588. All Orders by Mail Promptly attended to. PETEB SCHEBE! DEALER IN LATH, SHING...

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. — 19 October 1892

iff* ¥. ^iL-' JteWs^Jltn Review M- F. W. JOHNSON, Editor and Pros Wednesday, October 19, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET For President, BENJAMIN HARRISON For Vice-President, WHITELAW RETD. For-Governor KNUTE NELSON. For Lieutenant Governor D. M. CLOUGH. For Secretary of State F. P. BROWN. For Treasurer, JOSEPH BOBLETER. For Attorney General, H. W. CHILDS. For Supreme Court Justices, WILLIAM MITCHELL. D. A. DICKENSON. C. E. VANDERBURGH For Congressman, J. T. McCLEARY. For Representative, JOHNC. PETERSON. For Auditor, L. B. KROOK. For Treasurer F. BURG. For Register of Deeds A. F. WALTON, For Judge of Probate, G. A. SPELLBRINK For County Attorney JOS. A. ECKSTEIN For Sheriff NELS ANDERSON. For Superintendent of Schools. L. G.DAVIS, For Coroner, J. W. B. WELLCOME, JR. For Surveyor, GEO. BOOCK. For Court Commissioner E. G. KOCH. Gov. Flower, the Democratic governor of New York, to argue against the McKinley bill to New York farmers. They have seen how it was villified two years ago, he says, an...

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. — 19 October 1892

I. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street. ULM^ •&smj*sgi R. STRICKLES, •jR. C. HIRSCH, MINN. "eeth extracted without pain by the nee of l*edair or nitrons oxide gas. |R L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. ffio9 in W. Boesoli's New"Briot Block. jwUlm. Minn. IYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in G. Doehne's new buck block. 1WULM, MINN. Telephone Connections. ^R. J. L. SCHOCH IYSICIAN AND SURGEON. [is promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Drug Store. SW ULM, MINN. 5YSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Oisen's Drugstore. hen in town, can bo found at office at all hours. 3*v ULM. MINN E. BEHNKE, D. V. S. 1 *mm mm SURGEON SNO DENTIST Office over Brown County Bank. Pine to the rear of the building, where ises can be left for treatment. K. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block ,W ULM, MINN. Ceeth extracted without pain by the ast approved methods. _R EMIL MUELLER ,eteritiary Stfrj^eoii $ flekis...

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. — 19 October 1892

K' "V & *r W W. JOHNSON, EDETOE wflJSTD PDBU8HBK. NEWULM, MINNESOTA. A E CAKEBEEAD i3 said to have re cently a her three hundredth ap pearance in the on police courts She holds the on record. E governor of Louisian a as ap pointed twenty-six aides-de-camp to attend upon him on state occasions. He is probably afraid at the lottery people a get at him E largest greenback a is a 510,000 bill, a only one such note Has been printed by the government. Of the §5,000 bills, the next largest, there are only seven. GEORGE OTTO E E E A N one of Gladstone's new cabinet ministers, says in his biography of Macaulay that at distinguished writer once on a wager made 20 0 puns in two bours. Tw daughters of the late Rev. G. Harned, died at Kingston, Pa. from injuries caused by the explosion of their gasoline stove. They sup ported themselves by sewing and teaching. IT is alleged at b?er has a tenden cy to enlarge the feet, but it should be regarded as a campaign roorbac un til more proof is suppl...

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. — 19 October 1892

'TIS Atf MLTJCKY OTMBEE. THIRTEE N LIVES O S I N A WRECK....,v„ he S S a Goe With Nearly AH on Board—A Hurricane Which Proves, Very Disastrous to Shipping. Elemental Fury. New Orleans, Oct. 17.—The Norcgian steamer Washington, Capt. Salvsen, from Boca Del Toro, arrived in port to-day. She reports on Oct. 10, latitude 14.46 north, longitude 83.26 west, encountering a hur ricane from north northwest around to we3t southwest, lasting until 2 a. m. Oct. 11, accompanied, by mountainous seas. The vessel shipped much wat^r and had boat covers and movables on deck swept away and cargo slightly damaged. The captain and first officers were injured by being knocked about by the heavy seas and the rolling of the vessel. The Norwegian steamer Agnes, Capt. F. Hanson, from Bluefields, Nicaragua, ar rived this evening. She reports having, Oct. 10 at 8 p. m., encountered a hurricane from west varying to south and southwest (barometer 29.4) with tremendous seas flood-' ing the steamer's decks fore an...

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. — 19 October 1892

%.. ^w if, 'vvJF? S*M6iys l2L±—Mk&i Notice of Board of Public Work Notice is hereby given that at a meet ing of the Board of Public Words of the city of New Ulm, in Brown County, Minnesota to be held at the City Clerk's office of said city on October 27th A. D. 1892 at 8 o'clock p. m. of that day, the said Board of Public Works will make the assessments of benefits and damages if any, derived from the local improve ment made in said city and authorized by said Board, hereinafter set out to the owners of real proyerty fronting thereon to it *~r For sprinkling MinnesojfA^tre^ftorn 2d South. Sfeeet to 4th'.]^o&W'Sfreei for the seasgn^gQs* Any person interested in said" assess ment may appeal bcioie said Board at said time. By order of the Board of PublicWorks Louis SCHILLING 19-26 Clerk of Board of Public Works, Dated New Ulm, October 10th 1892. NOTICE OP EXPffiATION OF fiE ADEMPTION, I a me assessed,Methodis Con gregation subdivisla&vof section, lot or block, original pla ...

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. — 26 October 1892

MR. BLAINE SPEAKS OUT. Cleveland's Letter of Acceptance Criticised Sharply, 4 *~J Beeiprocity and other Leading Questions Frilly OonsideredJV Mr. Blaine's long promised utterance on the presidential election of 1892 ap pears in the November number of the North American Review, which will be published to-morrow. It occupies thir teen pages of the Review. Mr. Blaine notes the lack of excite ment attending the present elections, contrasting it with the turmoil of inter est that characterized the campaign of the elder Harrison. This change in the public interest in such contests, he sug gests, may be accounted for by the growth in population and the consequent absorption vast commercial and finan cial operations, and it may possibly in dicate a subsidence in the future of ex treme partisanship. Mr. Blaine gives special attention to the letters of the presidential candidates. Of President Harrison's letter he says, among otnei things that "perhaps none of his predecessors has made so exh...

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. — 26 October 1892

I HEART-STORM St JL^issm The shadow of night i" falling, But the shore is «nnlit yet Oh, tranquil tide, what a flood you bear Of bitter and wild regret! "When the storm your waves uplifted, *»v When the wind was wet with ^pray, My heart was eased of its long dull ache, And I looked irom my griei away. "•Tin when all is calm and peaceful, When at rest the whole world lies*j* That the heart is stirred with storm un seen, Aiid uttera its lonely cries. —Chamber's Journal. A SILENT SEA. OME years ago I was homeward-bound from the East Indies. We had rounded the Cape without getting the usual dressing, and had picked up the southeast trades much sooner than we expect ed. Everything had so far been in ourfavor and it was only when -JT^-& we got into the lati tude where we ought to have picked the northeast trades that, instead of the usual breez*, we came in for nothing but a succession of light winds and variables. With these we gradually worked along until we got into about 20° north...

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. — 26 October 1892

~sfi \i I1H A TWILIGHT. When the golden glimmer Dimmer grows and dimmer, And shadow's tremor One with tbee to be. Binding smiles together With an airy tether, Love's enchanted weather. Pain's enthauasy. Let yonr dark eye3 leanins, Up to mine their meaning, Diviner glory gleaning From the seraph strain. Search mine own, revealing Passion's dewy feeling. Droop while I am keeling, Draining them again. Ah, the strain is dying, And I hear you sirfiing, And your hand is lying Soitly in my hair. And your lips are bending On mine own and lending Ectacv tran«cending, Aught I know or care. Now the purple glimmer Dimmer prows and dimmer, And the shadow grimmer bprcading o'er the wall Hushed the music beating, Souls in kisses meeting. Love and love repeating, While the pl vers call. '•:^Qi SSWH* Shifts across the walTf Touch the old chords brightly. Let them tremble slightly Into tone, and lightly Tender themes recall. Then thy soul surrender To the soulful splendor Of the music tender THE CHIL...

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. — 26 October 1892

XSW& A' tefl /Ie1iin«jlllin Review F. W. JOHNSON, Editor and Pro* Wednesday, October 26, 1892 §§g STAND BY THE TICKET. That is (rood Advice to the Eepublicans of Brown County. The Prospects For a Victory This Tear are Brighter Than Ever Before. Vote Straight and the Whole Ticket Will be Elected. Harrison and Nelson are going to be winners in Brown county. Two years ago the Republicans knocked 300 votes off of the Democratic .majority and this year they propose to swell the tide in the direction of a win ning cause. Reciprocity, not free trade protection, not a tariff for revenue only, which is only free trade in disguise sound currency, not wild cat state banks, anti option, not a fawning subjection to the Chicago wheat gamblers honest state legislation, not a Demo-Alliance squand ering of public funds careful control of transportation and grain inspection by the state and not a catering resolution in favor of the railroads these are the is sues which are going to get the votes ...

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. — 26 October 1892

3fj)R. A. MARDEN?^ •V RESIDENT DRNT18T. *f Office, CorneT Minnesota and 1st N. Street. S"NEW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain bjr the nse of taUzed air o" nitron* oxide gaai £)R. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesch'a New'Brict Block New Ulm, Minn- £)R. STKICKLER. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in G. Di/ehne's new buck block. NEW ULM, MINX, felephoue Connections. JQK. L. SCHOCH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Drug Store. NEW ULM, MINN. jyEL C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's Drugstore. When in town, can bo found at office at all hours. NEW ULM. MINN A. E. BEHNKE, D. V. 8. VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Office over Brown County Bank. Fine barn to the rear of the building, where horses can be left for treatment. V)R. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist* Office in the Meridian Block. T£W ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the latest approved methods. J^R. EMI...

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. — 26 October 1892

$ s* JV' mm I 3WP F. W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. N E W ULM, MINNESOTA. IT is claimed at the bees go to distances of from two to four miles in search of honey in good weather, a fly at the a of seven miles an hour A WOMAN as lately been admitted for the first time to the on so ciety of compositors. Th society re fuses to admit women who a re not paid at the same a as men O N the farm of George Harfcer, near Yub a City, Cal., there is a mule at came across the plains in 1864, a still is able to do considerable work a is fat a healthy. E W a college in Baltimor was the first college in he world-to a physical training a full depart men with regular professors a in structors. In consequence it as a vig orou set of collegians. ACCORDING to Scandinavian legends the swallow hovered over he cross, singing: "Svala! Syala!" Cheer up! Cheer up! a hence it receives he a me of svala, or swallow, "th bird of consolation." A COMBINATION of Tipperar a Jerusalem gives an O a a to he name of Tip...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
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