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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 11 September 1878

iMP'oivr.A.isn?! On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. James Accommodation," ON THE ST. PAUL & W CITY B. WILL BE RUN THBOUGH BETWEEN ST. PAUL & WORTHINGTON. TIME TABLE. 6 a. m. Leave St. Paul, Arrive 6.50 p. m. 1.35 p.m. Mankato, 12.25 4.26 St. James, 9.45 a.m. 8.90 Arrive Worthington, Leave 5.30 This will enable Emigrants and Land Seokers to go THROUGH DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mankato, on theWheeler Winona & St. Peter R. R., by takingthe west-bound train on that line, leaving Winona at midnight may take the above train at Mankato' and reach Worth ington the same afternoon. J. W. BISHOP, J. F. LwcotK, Gen. Manager. Supt. J. C. BOYCEN, Gen. Tkt.Agt & N-W. LINES. IHI CHICAGO fc K0RTH-WE8TERN RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway Lines of the WEST and NORTH WEST, and, with its numerous Branches and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO and nil the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN,...

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. — 11 September 1878

y^TW^'**3 Mature. As a fond mother, when the day is o'er, Leadsbv the hand her little child to bed, Half willing, half reluctant to be led, And leaves his broken playthings onthefloor, 8till gazintr at them through the open door, Not wholly reas-oiiedand comforted By piom ses of others in theii stead. Which, though more splendid, may not please him moie, So Nature deals with us, and takes away Our plavthings one by one, and by the hand Leads u- to rest so gently, that we go, Scarce knowing if we wish to go or stay, Being too full of sleep to understand How far the unknown transcends the what we know. "SUPERS" OJN"Tii*) STAGE. Comic Doings of Tben Humble Players. Supernumeraries on the stage, ordinari ly called '-supers," says Chamber's Jour nal, leceive a small pay, but are not reck oned within the roll of actors. They make up a crowd, when a crowd is want ed in a piece, and so on. Though viewed as a kind of nobodies, they cannot be done without, and managers need to take care not t...

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. — 11 September 1878

HOUSE AND FARM. Mangold Wnrtzeils for JFeedlng. Where stock is to be ted, especially where da iy cows are kept, these roots are a most useful addition the usual win ter rations, their suceulencf and health preserving qualities commending them as wull as the saving which their regular uso permits o( more expensive feed. Mr. Giegory, who has recently published a pamphle* on the cultivation ot these and other roots, has the following to say in their favor: Btsides arguments which are of weight for cultivation of all kinds of rootb,there are special ones for the raisins or'mangolds. The vast bulk of yield ex ceeds that of any annual crop, as high as eighty tons ol loots havirg been raised to Hie acre on the sewerage farms of Eng land and when to this is added the weight of leaves that such a crop would cany, it will be safe to say that a hund red ones ha\e been given to the acre. Taken as a whole, the mangold has less enemies and is less apt to fail than any othei loot. Compared with 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. — 11 September 1878

'^fluifi fflfWrfflrrrt TnJ IEWULMA ID VICINITY. Prepare for the Brown County Fair. Pic-nic at Schuetzen Garden next Sund ay. See call for Independent county con vention in another column. A grand Harvest Home festival and ball will be held at Arbeiter Hall next Sunday evening". A grand ball will be given in theas Town Hall, at Burns Station, next Fii day evening, Sept, 13th. Kemember that the pic-nic at thethe Schuetzen Garden next Sunday is for the benefit of the Lutheran church. The daily mail service west of New Ulm has been re-establishedwe hope permanentlywhich is good news for the natives. Pickpockets reaped a big harvest in St. Paul last week. Oapt. Bogardus and several of our own citizens being among the victims. Let every lady, farmer, mechanic and business man in the county bring something to exhibit at our County Pair and it will be a success. The Eeview office has lately been moved to more roomy quarters, and we are now better prepared than ever to promptly execute all o...

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. — 18 September 1878

TJ PFEFFERLE, Dealer !B GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. Canned, Dried and Gmsn Fruit, WTO AND FEED. MINN. ST., NEWULrf, MTVN. AAKOTA HOUSE, 9PI. POST OFFICENEW ULK, MINK., ADQLFII SEITER, PBW'U. Dijs house la the most centrally located house ti the city and affords good Sample Rooms. F. WEBBER, .^Lttorney & Counselor AT LAW. MONEY TO LOAN. Office over Citizen's National Bank. HEW ULM, MINNESOTA "I^H. QUINCY. MAXUrACrUKBR A2?D DftAI Bll IN Harness, Collars, Saddles, Saddlery, BkJikets, Whips, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery nad H custom work pcrtaip'rg to my business promptly attended to. Minn 8t, opposite Union House, NEW ULM, MT5N M. JUENKMAN^S, MAXUFACTURBIl ATD DBALBnTIST Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Whips, IL CBADIKHJRV, President. M. NEW ULM Saddlery, Blankets, etc., etc., etc. Uphnktery, rnnd all cu*tom work pertaining to mj business jtiomptlv attended to. Mini*. 8t, Next Door to Ziher'i Saloon, NEW ULM. C. H. Rosa, Cashier BROWN CO. BANE, Cor. Minn, and Centre Streets. NEW ULM, MIN...

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. — 18 September 1878

IJatr Hint flaxen?. JY3 rSaBELEVE'ER, Proprietor. NBW TJLM. MINNESOTA NbWS OF THE WEEK CRIMES ANu CRIMINALS. Constantinople telegram: The Al banitn insurgents assassinated the governor of Ipeka and two other officials. They also fired, with petioleum, the house containing the daed body of M- hmet Ali. The Salmon Rivir, Idaho, stage was captured by Indians on the Oth inst., near EisihCieik stati n. The mail and every thing was burned. The driver made his escape to Sand Hole station, near Snake river. Three masked men entered the Great Western Station railroad office at Dundas, Ont, on ihe 9 inst, tied and gagged the watchman and blew open the cafe which con tained about a hundred dollars and a check for a small amount. The burglars escaped. The rny-tery surrounding the Coilison murder al Deadwood, D. T., is bjmg solved. L. Conk, of t'le Model! brewery, has been arreted charged with having committed the deed. Mr. Dud and Mrs. Benton are also held as aecessoi ies. startling development...

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. — 18 September 1878

TWO MONTHS IN TH E AIR. A Balloon Trip icross the OceanBuilding a Silloon With a Captivity i'f 400,000 Feet of Git.i. to Sail Through the Air Five Hundred Feet Abnvt* the WaterExpect ing to Cover the Continents in Twenty Days. [Philadelphia Record.] In producing men who are prepared to undertake the accomplishment of unheard of fents of enterprise and daring the Arreri can nation can fairly be said to claim the palm. Stanley penetrated the jungle of Africa and excelled Livingstone, Boynton swam the straits ot Dover, an American mariner and his wife cr ssed the ocean in a tiny shell, while Fowler, another Ame ican, has just succeeded in literally "walking' over the English channel. And now a daring seronautical feat is to be attempted some time during the present year. Professor Samuel A. King, the well-known reronaut, and a Philadelphian by birth, proposes to cap the climax by doing his level best to start from New York on a balloon voyage which Shall terminate on some portion of th...

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. — 18 September 1878

i, "i il 1 Si IS 'v i OUR PARIS LETTER. The head of the new Colossus, *'Liberty," which is in future to light all nations into the harbor of New York, has produced a profound impression on the visitors to the Exhibition. It is placed on the left-hand side of the grounds of the Champ de Mar's, looking towards the Seine. The face is very fine somewhat resembling that of the Apollo Belridere, and the effect from the othr side of the grounds, two thousand feet off, or so, is remark ably grandL- For the first time a modern sculptor has achieved that in which the' Greeks seemed to fink? no difficulty whatever, namely, the necessary exaggeration of parts to produce effect at a great distance. M. Bartholdi has had a great success so far. The astonishment of the mass of visitors is amusing, and their presence serves to bring out to an observer the full grandeur of the work by comparison. A staircase is established within the head, and hundreds of visitors ascend every hour, while thousands w...

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. — 18 September 1878

iis^FOi^rrj^NT! On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. James Accommodation,'' ON TH E ST. FAE & SIOTJI CITI R. WILL BE RUST THROUGH BETWEEN" ST. PAUL & WORTHINGTON. TIME T4.BLE Sam Leave St Paul, Arrive 6.50 pin 1 35 Manknto, 12 25 4 25 St James, 9 45 a ra $20 Arrhe Wortlungton, Leave G30 This will enable Fmigr mts and Land Setkers to go THROUGH BIT DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mnnkito, on tUe Winona & St Peter by iking the we*t boun 1 train on that line, lun mg Winona at midnight in iy take the above tr un at Mankuto' and reach W oith ington the ime afternoon W BISHOP, Gen Manager LINCOLN, Supt BOYCEN, Gen Tkt Agt & N-W. LINES. THr CHICAGO & KORTH-WEBTERK RAILWAY Fmbrsices under one management the Great Trunfc Kmlway Lines of the WEST and 1NORTH WI-ST, and with its numerous Branche* and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO and I1 the points in ILLINOIS, 'WISCONSIN NORTHEKN MICHIGAN, MiNirrsorA, IO...

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. — 18 September 1878

3UNNES01A STATE FAIR. ST. PALI, Sep. 2. The exbibitioa was formally opened at 7 o'clock yesterday, at Which time the jjate-tenders and ticket-sellers took their allotted p'aces. As was expected, there vvai no rush to the grounds, but there was a steady flow of visltoi all day long, and at times thcie were fully 2,000 spectators on the pround. The victors, almost without ex ception, paid their first visits to the stock stable-, ihoxe containing the trotting wonders, Karuc-, Edwin Forrest, Lulu and Great Eastern being the main points of interest, these stables brinti surroanded continoUBly. The stables of tne stock hotses, and blooded, cattle, were also centres of attraction. In short, though chaos reigned as a rule, as is usualy on the opening day of such exhibitions, there was a multitude of attractions to occupy, the time and fully meet the expectations of all. Dur ing the day the exhibit of stock was largely added to by fresh arr.vals of horses and cattle. ST. PAUL Sept. 3.Visitor...

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. — 18 September 1878

The Broken Flower. A rcarvel of beauty and brightness was Little A To those accustomed to ob serve mysterious course of things, in tliLa world there had been many a misyivi-a, many a painful apprehension that the lit tle lile unfolding with so much of prom ise before iheir eyesevery day develop ing some newer charms, some rnrer per iectionmight come to a sudden end. "Too sweet for earth'' was felt b. not spoken, lest the harmless words should prove a dreadful prophecy, or in some in definable way hnsten their OA-n fulfilling. It is admitted now, however, with tear ful eyes and quivering lips by those who were to him little more than stranyers. No one, I think, who has spent an hour of the last half year in his soeiety but has laid away in memory something to go with him through his natural life. something t" come back at unexnectid times and places, producing a mingled joy and painjoy that such rare sweet ness ever existed, pain that its existence was so brief. It may have been only...

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. — 18 September 1878

i I NEW DLM AND VICINITY. Prairie chicken season is about over. Wheat tickets printed at the REVIEW office i Kiesling, Keller & Co. are in receipt of a large stock of dry goods. Go and see the grand opening of mil. llnery goods at Miss Westphal's next week. Let everybody come to the fair Sat urday and Sunday, and bring along something to exhibit. The County Pair begins next Saturday forenoon, and from all we can hear the display will be quite large, This section was visited by several very heavy frosts last week, but the corn crop, which this year is immense, had already got beyond its reach. Mrs. Berry was suddenly taken sick last Monday afternoon with inflama tion of the bowels, but we are glad to announce that she is slowly recover ing. Geo. H. Welch, of Alta Vista, 8 yards good canton flannel for 2 5 eta. at BEHNKJH & BRO FATAL ACCIDENTWe are informed that Adam Sellner, an old resident of town Sigel, was kicked by a horse on his left side last Wednesday evening, from the...

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. — 25 September 1878

VOLUME fFEFFERLE, Dealer ia GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. Canned, Dried and Gren Fruit, ?FJOUS AND PEED, 8TONB,Woootesf ATIWIIJA WABSL MIKN.ST., NEW ULM, MINN. |AAKOTA HOUSE, DPI*. POST OFSTCHNKW ULM, Mm, ADOLPH SETTEE, PKOP'B. Ehle bouse is the most ceatraJly located house in the city and affords good Sample Rooms, F. WEBBER, .A-ttorney & Counselor AT LAW. MONEY TO LOAN. Office over Citizen's. National Bank. ,#EW ULM, MINNESOTA TTTO. QUINCY. MisrcffAcnnusH jn DSAUDS nr Harness, Collars, Saddles, Saddlery, Blsakets, Whips, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery and all custom work pertaioisf to my business promptly attended ia. Minn. St., apposite Union House, NEW ULM, MUCH JUENEMANN, MAJTCVACTUHER AKD DBAUIK I S Harnesses. Collars, Saddles, Whips, NEW ULM Saddlery, Blankets, etc., etc., etc. r^pholsterr, and all custom work pertaining to aij business promptly attended to. Mhm. SU, Next DoortoZiher"* Saloon, NEW ULM. H. CHADBOCBJT. C. H. Roes, President Cashier BROWN CO. BANK, Cor. Minn, and C...

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. — 25 September 1878

Ucw Him Mzmtxvi. AS BOBELETEIER, Proprietor. NEW ULM MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS. i A French military critic holds that the English are a more military nation than the French, because he does not think so many Fmchmen would, in proportion to population serve voluntarily in the army. Grinding industriously at a hand-organ in New York is an aged man named Devaux, who took an active part in win ning the independence ot Belgium nearly fifty years ago. He afterward amassed a large fortune, which he lost in various speculations. C.J A writer mentions the fast that "it is the general custom not to use napkins at luncheon in England." If John Bull thinks he is ahead of Uncle Sam in such etiquette, he is sadly mistaken. Tramps in this country use neither napkins nor forks at either breakfast, dinner or luncheon. But we don't deem it worth bragging about. m P. of. James Thomson oi England has recently constructed a machine which, by means of the mere friction of a disk, a cylinder and ball, is c...

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. — 25 September 1878

HOUSE AND FARM. In the I N est. Gather thorn close to your loving heart Cradle them on youi breast They will soon enough lea\e your trooding caie, Soon enounh mount youth's topmost stair Little ones in the nest. Frot not that the children's hearts are gay, That their restless fe* will run There may come a time in the by-and-by, When jou'll pit in your lonely room and sigh For a sound of childibh fun Thei may come a time when you'll long to hear The eager, hoylsh tread, The tuneless whistle, the clear, shnll shout, The hu'sy bustle and out, And pattering oveihtad When the boys and girls ai all grown up And scattered fdr and wide, Or gone to the undiscovered shore, "Where youth and age come nevermore, You will miss them from your side. Then gather them close to your loving heart, Cradle them on your breast They will soon enough kave your brooding caie, Soon enough mount youth's topmost stair Little ones in the nest. Farm Notes. Sweet-corn makes the best fodder. Steam-threshing is almo...

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. — 25 September 1878

555555555 OUR PAMS LETTER. THE CANADIAN TROPHY. IROM AND STEEL AT CHAMP DE MARS. EXHI BITS FROM ENGLAND, AMERICA, GER MANY, RUSSIA, SWEDEN AND FRANCE. IMPROVEMENTS IN PRINT- ING MACHINES. HOW A JOLLY WASH- INGTONIAN GETS A FREE RIDE IN PARIS. (From oar regnliu correspondent PARIS, Sept. 6th, 1878. The Canadian trophy, towering up a hundred feet under the north western dome, is an immense struc ture, composed of the timber of the country, and is surrounded by speci mens of work done in it, and by a grand collection of ornamental woods and I may state, once for all, that nearly all of English Colonies have sent specimens oi their timber and ornamental woods, which have been prepared and set up with much care. And the same remark will ap ply to many of the geological and na tural history collections, especially of Canada, which has a seperate list of the former class. All the colonies exhibit stuffed birds and animals, and, generally, they are well set up in the usual manner.But in the...

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. — 25 September 1878

IMPORTANT On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. James Accommodation," O N THE SY. KUL & SIOUX CITY 1 1 WILL 3 E RUN THROUGH BETWEEN ST. PAUL & WORTHINGTO^. I E TABLE. 5 a. m. Leave St. Paul,... Arrive 6 50 p. 1.35 p.m. Mankato, 12.25 4.25 St. James, 9.45 a. ra. 8.20 Arrive Worthington, Leave 5.30 Thic "vill enable Emigrants and Land Seekers to gon'ITitOUGH DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mankato, on the Winona & St. Peter U. R., by taking the west-bound trdr. cu that line, leaving Winona at midnight may take the above train at Mankato' and reach Worth ingtot. the same afternoon. W BISHOP, J- LINCOLN, Gen. Manager. Supt. J. C. BOYCEN, Gun. Tkt.Agt & N-W LI3STES. THK CHICAGO fc NORTH-WE8TEHS RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway Lines of the WEST and NQRTH WEST, and, with its numerous Branches and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICA GO and nil the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NORTH...

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. — 25 September 1878

After the Storm. As men's cheeks faded On shores invaded, When shorewatd waCed The lords of fight When churl and craven Saw hard on haveu The white-wiuged raven At mainmast height When monks affrighted The windward sighted The birds full flighted Of swift sea-kings So earth turns paler When Storm the sailor 8teers in witn a roar in the race of his wings. O, strong sen sailor, Whose cheeks turn paler For wind or hail or For fear of thee? O, far sea-farer, 0, thunder-bearer, Thy songs are rarer Thau soft songs be. O, fieet-foot stranger, 0, north-sea ranger, Through days of danger And ways of fear, Blow thy horn here for us, Blow the sky clear for us, Send us the song of the sea to hear Swinburne DANDY FJSKGUSOiX. THE HERO OP THE CHAPARAL SHAFT. I do not believe thft Quasimodo was a more pitiably deformed creature, or Quilp a more hideously unnatural looking ob jectthan was Dandy Ferguson when I saw him for the first time, that calm flummer afternoon, laughing and joking with a crowd ...

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. — 25 September 1878

LA.XB AT THfc KORTfl POLE. Ai Hntrestii Tli^ory Developed toy tlio Wild Geese. Tfce Virginia City (Nev) Enterprise pays: About four years ago a farmer ot Suiprise Valley found in the crop of a wild goose a quantity of 'wild grain, the like of which he had never before seen He pi ante i this grain and it grew and flourished, pioducing more than a hun died fold. The straw and beardless head are said to resemble wheat, while the giain looks like rye. but twice as large. Trie iarmtr has now many bushels of this cereal, and has sent samples of it to be planted in various places in California, where food for cattle is not easily obtained at some seasoiis, as the stalk of the new grain, when it i3 thoroughly ripe, makes excellent hay. An old sai or, of this city, after read ing an item which has been going the rounds of the papers in regard to the new cereal, the tubstar ce o which item is given above, finds his memory refreshed. It brings to his recollection a circum stance he had almost ...

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. — 25 September 1878

LI I VtejU^Mi'-J^a FAIR NOTES. The Annual Agricultural and In dustrial Fair of the Brown County Ag ricultural Society, was held in and aiound Turner Hall last week, com mencing on Satui day and terminating on Sunday. Saturday forenoon was de voted to the entry and'arrangement of articles, and the fair was not formally opened until 1 p. m. Although the weather was warm and pleasant the attendance on Saturday was small. THE DISPLAY in the stock department was quite bmall, Win, Gieseke and Anton Brey exhibited their fine Norman stallions, and, the former a fine Durham cow. John Manderfeld exhibited a Durham bull. E. G, Koch and Win. Skinner exhibited some fine ^specimens of Po land China porkers, and J. H. Mander feld a fine sow. D. Haberle exhibited a very large one year old colt. The display of horses was very poor, Nic. STenno being the only one that exhibit ed a draught team. There were also a few .other horses, cows, sheep and hogs. On Sunday the exhibit of draught horses was some...

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