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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 4 May 1892

Sf^fc of Paintr I IS NOW FULL AND COMPLETE^ consisting of everything that is need ', ed in the paint line including *C. T. Raynold's Strictly Pure -.House and Villa Paints. ,','(ir„ J. W. Masury's Rail Road Colors. i&. C. T. Raynolds Floor Paints. Sensur'a Floor Paints. Nonpaieil Mineral Paints. Pyramid Iron Paint3. i't ~i" Masury's Colors in Oil. ['"•^'~"i\'' i' .^Campbell's Varnish Stains. Raynold's Liquid Carriage colors. Neal's Carriage Colors. Berry Bros. Genuine Varnishes. Alabastine and Cementica ^ibii'- Wall coating. Strictly Pure }r\zQ'.\'. White Lead arid" Genuine Pure ^Linseed Oil, /.Turpentine, ^f§f¥f r,'-r"J yf' Japan, .,$& '.- V-'*,ADry Colors -a*?^... etc. ...L Also a full line of ,,v, &$• White Wash Brushes, •^"•t.i'' A/ Paint Brushes. ""'^vW'^h'i? Varnish Brushes, ^"'t'VX and Artists Brushes/ ". -. I^elialale Birsf ©lass ©acasi^ At Lowest Prices. Give me a call for anything wanted in the paint line and save money. O.M. Olsen. MERIDIAN BLOCK DRUGSTORE. 5T...

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. — 4 May 1892

iff %Jr^0$if^m0i^^mm^mm ri Vx Hi W P. TV. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHES. N E W ULM, MINNESOTA. million Socialists.are expected to be in line on Ma a in he vari ous countiies of Europe. While under the circumstances the number cannot be called a respectable one, it cannot be denied at it is sufficiently impres sive. E son of the czar, a heir to his uneasy seat, is to travel in this country in Jun and later. is married or engaged. Still, American girls can find more comfortable situa tions an to a him, especially if they have to learn his language. O Melbourne a Sydney, in Australia, come reports of lack of work and destitution and suffer ing among the poor. Th use of,the Ex hibition Building in Sydney as a shelt er for the homeless is an exhibition at at proud'city did expect. A IS dispatches a at Russian troops are massing on the Germa frontier. Perhap the soldiers are gathering to get a look at those Ger an balloons at were so numerous and ominous in the vicinity of Rus sian fronti...

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. — 4 May 1892

•fle ^THE NORTHWEST. A Summary of the Important Events of the Week in the Northwest ern States^f^^ Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, ¥orth and South Dakota flews in a ffutehell, V5 MINN ESOTA 5 '$ 1 1 SfL'^'V Arthur Pretfcen died at the home of his father, near Skyberg, of whooping cough. At the election at Morristown, to incor porate carried by a large majority. Forest fires destroyed considerable ti in ter and some fences west of Littlo Falls. K. Young was arrested at Morristown,' and fined $50 and costs for running a blind P'K- William Rose was arrested at Still water, charged with poisoning a dog be longing to Arthur Lyman. A Kenyon special says seeding is mostly done. Winter wheat and rye are looking promising, but grass is slow in coming. The Snake river drives are "hung up on account of the low stage of water. Grain badly needed, and unless there is a rise 111 the water soon, the drivers will belaid ofi for a time. Judge Williston, of Stillwater, made an order directing Fred Scott,...

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. — 4 May 1892

mm ,%•'* fc -A At a comparatively insignificant ex pense to the Government we have learned more of Alaska's geography and togra phy, its people and its resources, in twenty-five years than Russia learned or tried to learn in one hundred and twen ty-six years of possesion. Our people have drawn more money and products out of the country than the Russian peo ple did, and our Government has receiv ed more revenue from the country than the Czar's treasury ever derived from the same source. For the twenty years pre ceding the year 1860 the gross receipts of the Russian-American Company from all sources in Alaska were about $11, 000,000, out of which dividends were paid amounting to $1,500,000, and $2, 250,000 to the Imperial Government in the shape of import duties on Chinese teas purchased with Alaskan ur3. Dur ing the twenty years, from 1870 to 1890, we drew from Alaskan products of vari ous kinds to the value of over $60,000, 000,while the United States Government received a cash reve...

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. — 11 May 1892

"W^fS, n,f:^^\^mm 4HKIW*' £)R. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street. NEW ULM, ,. MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of talized air or nittons oxide gas. f)R. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesch's New'Briok Block. New Ulm, Minn. £)R. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in G. Doehne'B new buck block. NEW ULM, MINN. Telephone Connections. jy&. J. L. SCHOCH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Drug Store. NEW ULM, MINN. C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's Drugstore. When in town, can bo found at office at all hours. NEW ULM, MTNN J)R. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block, NEW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the latest approved methods. T)K. A. KOEHNE, Veterinary Surgeon. Having treated sick animals for years I can conscientiously recommend my self to all who need the services of a comp...

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. — 11 May 1892

Itf gmqn F. W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHED N E W I N N E S O A A CITY -woma three a in he a of a chick en a a a to a been there for ages. is is a he usual age of a City chicken. A E A S a id of a as been driven suicide by is a in in love S long as there is in else living for in as no she it suicide. W I I N he a decade a all he English is a changed he of their signature in to its a in equivalent W Dr. succeed he a is a so he he a by signing himself E E is a a in Liberty Me five feet a inches tall as a a six feet a three inches longr. W at his on finance a be is he certainly as in at whisker an element of strength it he Alliance a E O I A as a a dress club of he first rules of which is at so long as dresses a in for hus a are useful, id of is are a it sheer a it E a on of Mr. a to ot it on to he an suffrage begins to be a a I a he fran- chise to spinster a he Brit- is a an a a so thing a tins unique feature from wives. A E A N of a as offered to settle 4 0 0 0 0 0 a in he N it of C...

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. — 11 May 1892

THE NORTHWEST. 11111 .^ ft^C^ ''A, /i A Summary of the Important Events of the Week in the Northwest--., era States. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Xorth and South Dakota News in a Nutshell, MINNESOTA George "Wright, of Brainerd, -while at •work on the landing at Simpson's camp on Tine river, was crushed to death by logs. The examination of C. M. March at Man kato, has been postponed. The state feels •confident of securing a conviction. Lightning killed C. Huben and John JCeyer at Fulda. A little girl was serious ly injured aud the house wrecked. Tramps set fire to a shed in the old fair •grounds at Winona and a number of the sheds were burned. The loss is about $1,000. Tbe grandson of Elias Hahn, a farmer living a few miles south of Owatonna, was caught upon a barb wire fence and hung himself. He was 2+ years old. John J. Syeslad of Madison met with a very painiul accident while loading stone, falling from his wagon. A stone felt oil him, breaking his leg. The delinquent tax sale for ...

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. — 11 May 1892

ft: fee. fte^Ulm Review gTwrjOHNSON, Editor and Prop Ytednesday, May 11,1892. SEN. DAVIS' GBEAT JOBATION (Continued from first page.) est demand, for it took up the entire American product [cheers]. Germany France and England had excluded Amer ican beef and pork and mutton from their markets, but the American grazier and farmer was protected by the passage of a bill which authorized the president when the necessity should appear to him to so wan-ant to discriminate in like manner against the products of those countries. Yet some one will tell you that nothing was done in the interests of the American farmer. It redeemed the promises of the Re publican party of the nation to the 2,250, 000 men who nearly thirty years ago marched down to the valley of the sha dow of death it passed a bill wich con ferred infinite benefactions upon thou sands of homes. [Cheers.] There were vast grants of land held by railroads where roads had not been constructed according to agreement. Those grants we...

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. — 11 May 1892

1 Stock of Paints' —IS NOW FTTLL AND COMPLETE— consisting of everything that is need ed in the paint line including C. T. Raynold's Strictly Pure House and Villa Paints. J. W. Masury's Rail Road Colors. C. T. Raynolds Floor Paints*. Sensur's Floor Paints. Nonpareil Mineral Paints. Pyramid Iron Paints. Masury's Colors in Oil. Campbell's Varnish Stains. Raynold's Liquid Carriage colors. jNeal's Carriage Colors. Berry Bros. Genuine Varnishes. Alabastine and Cementica Wall coating. Strictly Pure White Lead and Genuine Pure Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Japan, Also a full line of White Wash Brushes, Paint Brushes. Dry Colors etc. Varnish Brushes, and Artists Brushes. I^elierkle Kirsf SI ass (sFooels At Lowest Prices. Give me a call for anything wanted in the paint line and save money. O. IV Olsen. MERIDIAN BLOCK DRUGSTORE. Baer & Setter. Dealers in Tifttoare SHOVES, RANGES, GASOLINE STOVES, GASOLINE, E S O S ROOFING. IRON & STEEL ROOFING, JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS. Sto\os and Tinware die ...

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. — 11 May 1892

J- .:. *THE THREE INFINITIES. 4IT fhe The vast remote blank darkness sKies, Where silence foldeth the immortal chime A Of wheeling stars in awful companies, White whispers on the lips of ancient Time The nollow waste of the nnfathoni'd deep Where no sound is, and light is but a gleam •Lost in dim twilight shades where never creep The dying rays from dayfide's golden ciream. The dark, obscure, mysterious human heart, Where tierce tides ebb and flow for ever more, Where thoughts and dreams and hopes for ever part For rum or haven on some unknown bhore— O, vast abysm, more deep than starry night, Hore awful than the mid-sea's soundless might! —William Sharp, in Harper's Magazine. MIGH HAVE BEE1S 7 BY GENEVA MARCH. BELIEVE, jusfc as Torn Moore says,. "They're all the same —a jilting, smiling, a throng.' Tat my adv ice, Rick have nothing to do with them!" It was Stanley Bur- roughs, with a sarcastic smile on his handsome face, who made the above remark to his friend Rick Wilson. Both men...

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. — 11 May 1892

J-s* i? THE WHITE JESSAMINE. I knew she lav above nie» "Where the casement all the night Shone, sottened with a phosphor glow Ofsympathetic light, And that her fledgling spirit pure Was pluming last for flight. Each tendril throbbed and quickened? As I nightly climbed apace. And could scarce restrain the blossoms" When, anear the destined place^ Her gentle whisper thrilled me Ere I gazed upon her lace. I waited, darkling, till the dawn Should touch me into bloom, While all my being panted To outpour its first perfume, When, lo! a paler flower than mine Had blossomed in the gloom! —Jons B. TABB, in Harper's Magazine. THE GREEN-EYED MONSTEB. N ivy-covere cottage in a coun lane sur* rounded by a garden with flowers. A pretty girl of nineteen, wearing a white sunbon net, with gloved hands, now and again stooping to pluck a dead leaf or raise a fallen spray, but oftener looking with shy glance towards the garden gate, as if expectant of a visit or The time evening the westering sun gradu...

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. — 11 May 1892

I INSTRUCTIONS. .«*-* The lack of instructions for Harrison r"*is placing the special organs of the Pres 5 dent in a very uncomfortable state of mind. Col. Shepherd, of the New York Mail and Express, assures the country that this makes no real difference but a good many of the organs show by their mental perturbation that it does make a good deal of difference. Our county and district conventions yesterday emphasized this disposition to leave delegates absolutely free to choose, by giving no instructions, while very properly complimenting the administra tion of President Harrison. And, at the local conventions, as has been the case elsewhere, speakers' voices were drown ed in mighty waves of applause when their words merely foreshadowed that they were going to mention the name of Blaine. The other day at the New York state Republican convention in Albany, Naval Officer Willis got up as the special champion of President Harrison and in sisted upon the covention passing a res olution ...

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. — 18 May 1892

DR A. HARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office. Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street. NEW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of talized air or nitrous oxide gas. £)R. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesch's -Tew'Brick Block. New Ulm, Minn. £)R. STKICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in G. Doehne's new buck block. NEW ULM, MINK. Telephone Connections. jyft. J. L. SCHOCH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to night or day. Office over Pioneer Drug Store. NEW ULM. MINN. JX&. C. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsens Drugstore. When in town, can bo found at office af all hours. NEW ULM. MINN TQR. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block, NEW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the latest approved methods. •)R. A. KOEHNE, Veterinary Surgeon. Having treated sick animals for years I can conscientiously recommend my (If to all who need the services of a mpetent Veterinary. Orders may...

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. — 18 May 1892

I 4*^ *m mmk$tonJfr P. W. JOHKSOK, EDITOR AND PDBIJSHISS. NE W ULM, MINNESOTA. THfi city of Rom is to be lighted by electricity generated at the picturesque cascade of Tivoli. W O E N S "councils are now he fashion in Southern cities. Th 1 adies gather to discuss points of philanthro py, education a politics in which they are interested. A COPY of Audubon' "Birds of America" was sold in on recent ly for nearly $1,700—as much if more an the combined annual in come of Audubon' two daughters. E announcement of Sul livan will go into training ten miles from a saloon is a stiff pointer at he proposes to labor for a while in the distillery. A I N E prevails certain a of Newfoundland, a the British gov men rises to the occasion by sending the magnificent gift of 6 0 barrels of flour to relieve the distress. E murderer Almy as a his last public appearance previous to his tight rope performance before a select audience. I would have been a disgrace to justice ad his appeal for a new trial be...

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. — 18 May 1892

«rf. THE NOITHWEST. n.Mi-r- A Summary of the Important Events of the Week in the Northwest ern States. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Korth and South Dakotaftewsin a Nutshell. I N N E S O A A White Earth special says: The Indians Lave returned from their sugar bushes. The sugar harvest was fairly successful. In the case of George Fockens, charged at Winona with outraging Sophie Heller, the jury in the district court has returned a verdict of assault in the second degree. Mrs. Mary Croft, who has lived in Lake City for upwards of thirty years with her daughter, Mrs. C. Terrell, died ap oplexy, aged eighty years. Charles M. Marsh, who has been on trial at Maukato on charge of grand larceny in the first decree was found guilty of that of fense and bound over to the district court. L. W. Meining & Co.'s hard ware store, on East Superior street, Duluth was entered by burglars and revolvers, cutlery and other goods, to the value of about $600, wcie stolen. A street car was thrown down an...

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. — 18 May 1892

7 &> 4 V^V^I-"fO^Jilii i'^^lAWlPqti s*e^ |leW Ulm Review F. W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wodnesday, May 18, 1892. JOEL P. HEATWOLE TALKS. The Northfield Editor Utters Some Yery Good Sentiments. 4 The Republican Party, He Says, Does Not aim to forward the Interests of In dividnals. Hon. Joel P. Heatwole of Northfield. in response to a request for permission to use his name as a candidate for gov ernor, has written the following letter: In response to your formal notification that you had formed a Heatwole.Repub lican club, and to your request that I declare .myself a candidate for office. I scarcely know what to say. I am not insensible to the compliment, and it is extremely gratifying to know that there are those who prefer me above others for the position named. The preference in this case comes from an unexpected quarter, and is therefore all the more pleasing. I wish to thank you and oth ers for the honor you do me and assure you of my appreciation. There is a great deal of...

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. — 18 May 1892

pisens Stock of Faints IS NOW FULL AND COMPLETE— isisting of everything that is need ed in the paint line including T. Raynold's Strictly Pure m- A Ilouse and Villa Paints. J. W. Masury's Rail Road Colors C. T. Raynolds Floor Paints. Sensur's Floor Paints. mpareil Mineral Paints. Pyramid Iron Paints. Masury's Colors in Oil. Campbell's Varnish Stains. ynold's Liquid Carriage colors. Neal's Carriage Colors. Berry Bros. Genuine Varnishes. Alabastine and Cementica Wall coating. ictly Pure White Lead and Genuine Pure Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Japan, Dry Colors etc. Iso a full line of lite Wash Brushes, Paint Brushes. Varnish Brushes, and Artists Brushes. ^elialole Kirsf Slass (sTeeds Lowest Prices. me a call for anything wanted in the paint line and save money. ).M. Olsen. PRIDIAN BLOCK DRUGSTORE.. aer & Seiter. Dealers in arey OfES, RANGES, GAbOLINE bTOVES, GASOLINE, STOs ROOFING. ION & STEEL ROOFING, JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS. es and Tinw are are all of the best and give excellent s...

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. — 18 May 1892

fcl f*- W^.1. ,.1##l» llll ,l ^.r W 1^^ E MELANCHOL A S Th editor's brow r» wrapped in gloom: His leaden eye is full ol pain' And dark forbidding thoughts of doom Are preying on his tortured brain. And drear and woebegone his metn His locks that once were like the nights 3Iav actually now be seen Their color changing into white. His shears are deep into the ink, Deep in the inuscilage his pen This man of thotizht will never think A sane and lucid thought again. Poor wretch! the verses now pour in A score a day's not half the sum And all invariably begin, *'Xhe melancholy' days have come." —Boston Courier. RESURGAM. *'I shall arise1." For centuries Upon the gray old churchyard stone These words have stood, no more is said, The glorious promise stands alone, Untouched, while years and seasons roll Around it. March winds come and go, Th winteis sweep from pole to tole, And summer sunsets burn and glow. I shall arise'" Oh, clarion call! Time moving onward to the end 9Briiigs u^ to life ...

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. — 18 May 1892

smim 1 JW4i 4«« jjm* For years he woo'd a Boston maid Until oue fatal night. ~X, RUINED. vi43j™ With actions most dSmure, C/W* And so much culture he displayed, He thought he had her sure. \j He talked of Browning by the hour— His accent was just right And thus he held her in his powers *y In mighty wrath the maiden rose, For by unlucky chance, In speaking othigh art in clothes, f^A He failed liis trousers cants." —Tom Masson in Clothier and Furnish er. THE LAST CURTAIN CALL. URIOUS appella tion for a citizen of this great com monwealt O a so It came to him quite naturally. His mother called him away back in the boyhood days, when he began starring on the stage in a play called "On a and used big six-sheet stands of bills for his country billing, the center sheet having a big red a and so em blazoned thereon, they gave him his subsequent title. His play was a marvel of astounding a a strength a with red fire extending from the wings like moisture from well-pressed clay. Th towns aff...

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. — 18 May 1892

Jfr IS*/ A ^.AV Marshal's Notice. "'.' Notice is hereby given that all""dead animals must be buried at the public dump yard at least three feet below the surface of the ground. The dump yard is located near"the brickyard adjacent to the Minnesota river on 20th South street. By order of the mayor. W A. a \.4 A. ZrEnER,- ~T1 -'.' Marshal. Marsftal's Notice. Notice is hereby given that no person in removing manure, decayed vegetables or offal shall scatter or strew them in any street, alley or public ground. A place between Gth and 5th Streets South near the slough has been designated as a public dumping ground and all such of fal must be deposited there under pen alty. By order of the mayor. A. ZIEHEK, By order of the mayor. Marshal. Marshal's Notice. Ali offal from privies or closets must be removed when necessary and deposit ed in the public dump ground on 20th south street near the Minnesota river. This provision of one of the city ordin ances must be observed under penalty of tine...

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