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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 4 January 1893

I PEAISE THAT IS VALUABLE. It is Given to Jolm Lind by the North western Miller.. Without Personally Knowing the Congress man the Minneapolis Trade Journal Likes Mm as a Mm 'J The Northwestern Miller of Minneapo I lis of last week editorially commented on Congressman Lind as follows: Speaking of congressmen, it may not i) be out of place for us-to refer again, as it has been our pleasure to do several [i times before, to one congressman who '.- lias been a bright and shining light—an f| energetic, capable and most intelligent representative .it "Washington. This gen tleman is "Mr. Lind. of Minnesota. Lest I we should be accsued of partiality or I favoritism, we will preface our remarks by saying that Mr. Lind. to our regret.is personally unknown to us. He does not--ag '.!U w- regret to say -come from this portion of the state, and. as to his politic-, w^ know nothing whatever. For all we know or care, he may be dem ocratic, mugwump, alliance or republi can. We do know, however. ,,,....

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. — 4 January 1893

1 $m mm jM^tPfttfWwgflfA ». W. JOIQfl EDITOR AND PUBLISHB& SEWULM, MINNESOTA. A PARTY of three sportsmen killed 12 5 stags this season in the deer lor ests of Inchbae and Strathvalch, in Scotland. Twentyone were shot in a single day. HE officers of the German army are to have a new coat that can by an ingenious device, be made either thick or thin. It is adapted for sum' mer or winter use. CHAMPAGNE owes its quality to the 'soil, a mixture of chalk: silica, light clay and oxide of iron, and to the great care and delicate manipulation tn manufacture. FOUR thousand new postoffices Were established the past year, and 557,646 unmailable letters poured in to the boxes, 32,612 of them wholly without any outside sign, symbol oi address. HE governor of the electric light works in Sedalia, Mo., broke and the engine jumped from 500 to 2,000 volts. The globes burst in the street car and there was great excitement for awhile. is estimated that it .costs the Well-to-do people in this country...

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. — 4 January 1893

S I N E S E E E 'Beloved one, who entered this Autumn God's own reit and peace, Ah, what have the weeks brought unto you, Since your glad release9 Ah, what have you seen of His glory, Ineffablv bright? near a vou been to the Presence Ot lo-\e and of Light? When you rose, free from fetters of earth life, Ah saw. on the bed, pale, lifeUs* foitu in its stillness An heard, "She as dead". When that which was you lay extended, Whitely robed or the tomb. With the folded hands clasping pale lilies That shone through the gloom. Did a feeling of wonderful sweetness, O! ecstacj strange. Come over your soul in that moment Oi marvelous change' October came on its glory. The maples burned bright, A.nri brooded er hill-ideand valley 'Ihe magical light. I he lare perfect days so treasured, Wc ltlt you were near, We listened, in half expectation, Your ioo steps to hear. TLOU would tell us all, my beloved. W it to you is made ear Your lo\ is as true and as tender As when re here. You read all our que...

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. — 4 January 1893

1% Jtato Ulm Review F. W, JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, January 4, 189f:. WgAT YOU CAN'T ESCAPE. A List of Personal Property Taxes in Some of Our Towns. NORTH STAR. School Dist. 48. Banman Boelter Aug Cook Martin Dorow Egan John Engel Alb Grabow A Hens Gottl Halpin Keyes Krueger Ed Krueger Julius 7 05 Matter Louis 5 14 Matter Jos 5 00 Mody John 5 85 Sehenk Aug 7 8i Thnm 62 Titnm Henry 4 73 Tibbets 4 Tiij'lompkinsW 7 01 Nelson Cacilie 2 98JCook 5 88JPatterson Rob 9 69 Cook Paul Edgar Thos Egan Ed Gould Gerald Gould Igel Frk Isaacson Krueger Fred Krueger Ferdi Karsten Gust Karsten Julius Ladd II 17 Matter Elizab Matter Erk 1 6 81 2 44 1 52 0 05 7 12 2 35 1 54 2 55 87 59 2 39 School Dist. 48 Attached. Bielen Jos Kienitz John Kienitz Fred Patterson Knoedel Jos Kaseforth Larson Lenske Julius Mueller W Moers Paul McCowen McCowen McCowen Radke Alb Radke Frk Schilling Schilling Stern Fred Yowl Wll 2 66 8 13 1 78 07 8 27 3 45 8 78 5 14 3 21 5 98 3 18 21 2 99 6 61 0 39 4 47 School Dist....

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. — 4 January 1893

*v\ »Pii SEWING SCHOOL. On Monday, Januar 2, 1893. I shall open a sewing school and give instruc tion in sewing, dressmakin and Pitting, according to the climax system 1 1 Mrs. 13. Follman SE\VIX SCHOOL. On Januar 3rd. Mrs. II. I). Beliss inann will reopen a sewing school over Beussmann Bro*. store. Lessons given in dressmaking, cutting anil fitting ac cording to the Climax, Lalm Rltook and Combiuuti system. S W I O S O O in with the first Monday after a a 1st, I will conduct a sew in school at the Jaco Brust building opposite Congregational Church. ,.. •a. A Schmucker's •:, ,, A in a manner creditable Mrs. M. (xersteniuaiei^W 1 pleasurable to their ni FOR SALE OR RENT. I offer for sale my entire stock of gen eral merchandise in the village of Larn berton on easy terms. Th stock is com plete in all departments and affords a splendid opportunity to anyone wishing to engage in the mercantile business. I will also sell or rent my store building on the same easy terms. Th building is la...

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 January 1893

V- I, SO GOES TH E WORLD. Laugh, and the world laughs with you Weep, and you weep alone. For this brave old earth must borrow its mirth. It. has trouble enough of its own. •Sing and the hills will answer Sigh! It is lost on the air The echoes bound to a joyful sound, But shrink from a voicing care. •Rejoice, and men will seek you Grieve, and they turn and go They want full measure of all your pleasure, But they do not want your'wos. glad, and your fiiends are many Be sad, and you lose them all There are none to decline your neetai'ed wine. But alone you must drink life's gall. Feast, and your halls are crowded Fast, and the world goes by Succeed and give, and it helps you live. But no man can help you die. There is room in tha halls of pleasure For a long and lordly train Bu one by one we must all tile on Through the narrow aisles ot pain. —John A. Joyce. LOVE THROUGH ENMITY. re were three of us out on the a he old soldier, his wife and 1. W had been chatting and laugh 'ine- merrily...

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 January 1893

SOM E SEEWUS CHAEGES. A E A I O N S O I N E N E A A E O re A re a W it a in E re I to a a to W re in a a a a S to a in a a N a li coffo, an 2 —Serious charges of (1 I O nnrlo in lull filed in the (ir cuit conrt Saluiday by William Monioe illccnu Inat S Horbaugh, W Connie novci and W Reynolds enter ic] into a conspiracy to wreck the Da kota &. Mmnosol Stone company I is 11 ned it tlip^ a a a plan to ap piojmit to their own use property con •MM ins of some 1200 acres of valuable -Mrne 1 ind buildmjs *uid quarry equip ments woith 100,000 it a in im't» that Horbaugh au Conglen ni (Iishonesth made pietended sales ot stocl for their own gii While as is ot the compxnj it is Mi th it simply speculated and lu-ulul with the stock in appropriated In puxeed to then own Uhe Com un int fmtlici (haiges thxt the a in cut with the I irst ^Natioml Ban iMpisionc, Mm to compel the cor ition t^ in ikt an assignment was the tull knowledge and consent of it nobis is slid it there was no is it lot the ...

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 January 1893

f\ H- &~ ,v,~ Oourtland Sews. Ed. .Pi-echt, Rev. Scholia, Earl Paul ing and Henry Sclilottman have scarlet fever in their families but they are, get ting along nicely. Maggie, daughter of Ellis Jones living a:-ross the river in Cambria was married last Monday evening to a Mr.Davis from near Lake Crystal. Fred Bobsin opens his saloon January 5th with Chas. V»r. Block as bartender. Jo,in Schlickau was a St. Peter visitor Friday. If scarlet fever does not subside a lit tle the school will not open on .he 2nd, but it is hoped that it will. John K. Bowcn does not improve as his friends wish he might. School in District 09 in town of Brighton has been closed now for three Aveeks on account of sickness among' the school children. Sophia Giefer is the teacher. Peek's Sun:—Europe is making extra ordinary efforts to get our gold. There's probably a Keeley cure boom on over there. Peck's Sun:—The Kansas PCJKIIUIS are the crowd who have done so much howl ing against mortgages, and they want...

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 January 1893

7 Jti FAIRFAX BANKERS IN IT. That is, they are here in Jail for Safe Keep ing The Ken\ Ule Sheriff Brought Them Hith er Friday evening It was the Napoleons of Finance Retreat ing from Fairfax. A Partial Libt of Those Who Lost Money by the Failure. Under Habeas Corpus Proceedings Judge Webber Ga-% them a Hearing yesterday. Latest developments in regard to the defunct bank of Fairfax do not serve to anravel the mysteries surrounding it they do not lighten the clouds which hang ominously over many of the transactions •which Messrs. Beard and Giay pngaged in just before their assignment, nor do the latest facts serve to increase the list of assets To the contrary, mystery in crea-es, clouds are heaviei and liabilities glow as tirnt draws on. Last Fiiday was the day set for the trial of the two officials and the village of Fanfa\ presented a scene ot anima tion pei haps unequalled in the history of the town. Hundieds of faimers had come in from all directions to learn what was to be done...

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 January 1893

yr -frl &* 2fer W UMp W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. KEWULM, MINNESOTA. IT is better to turn over a new leal once a year than never to turn it ovez at all. HE South Sea islanders are claimed to make an intoxicating drink from porn and decayed fish. THEY are talking again of a bridge I over the British channel. It will probably end in talk, as usual. VASSAR COLLEGE claims that none of its graduates have ever been in the divorce court. Possibly they all marry meek men. THE general opinion seems to be that if John L. Sullivan's mind is giv ing away he will be able to get along quite as well without it. A NDN named Frulanda, who entered the Armenian monastery of St. Jacob at Jerusalem ninety-eight years ago, died there recently at the reputed age of 115 years. KING OSCAR of Sweden has just been the victim of very extensive embezzle ments and forgeries on the part ot the treasurer ot the royal household, a Baron Forsstrand. & POLITICALLY North Dakota is the closest state in th...

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 January 1893

U-^K-A'^V HIS PARTING WOKDS. MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR MERRIAM. A me of he State a in be a Years, W it S on is a In the joint session of the legislature ~!ov. Merriain read his farewell address to the members, and it reviewed the work of the different state departments, and made some important suggestions with regard to needed legislation. The message is given below in full: lleatlemen of the Senate and House of Rep resentatives In accordance with a well established precedent I am allowed the privilege of call ing attention to the results attained in the various departments of the sate government during the two years intervening since the assemblage of the legislature, and to that end I desire to submit briefly for your con sideration such items as I deem of especial interest. I shall as well take tlie liberty of making some suggestions with reference to the future action of this body upon matters considered of importance to tne people of the commonwealth, i'ermit me to again reiter ate t...

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 January 1893

]-f Jtaw Ulm Review f.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop "Vednesday, January 11, 1893. EVENTS AT SLEEPY EYE The Annual City Election occurs Without Much Excitement. be-veralFire Alarms Sounded During the Week, but no Great Damage Resulted. Sleepy Eye, Jan. 10th The village election, held last Tuesday, was a quiet affair, but 280 \otes being polled. The following will conduct municipal affairs for the ensuing vear President, A number of our citizens were at the county seat last week, attending court. D. E McKay of Redwood Falls, installed the omceis of the I O O F. lodge on Tuesday evening of last week. Mrs Dudson's pupils will give a musi cal entertainment at Griffith & Smith's hall to-morrow e^nin^. The piogiam lb exceptionally fine and will include a number of lecitations by local talent. It cost just $193 to light our streets during the year 1892 Can any othei town of equal population make as good a showing? Misses Mabel Griffith and Tillie Giese ke returned to their duties at St. M...

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 January 1893

THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE $ & $ Groeery Store in the city l*. that of Pfefferle & Fenscke on Minnesota Str. There you will find the be^t of groceries and Fine Fruits Candies and Nuts Lamp Chimneys Wood and Willow Ware bait Fish Canned Goods *5tock selected with care. GO TO THE PFEFFERL E & FENSCKE. Wetter House When on are in Fairfax. Good accom odation** First class house in all parti cula JOHN A WETTER, Prop. TURNER HALL 13 ^undav e\ening, Jan 15. DIE A1NFALT VQM W OE Corned\ in 4 Acts Parquet 35 Cts. Gallery 25 Cts. jglpReseived seats at F.W Hauenstein's. GRAND BALL AT- Union flail Sunday Eve, fanuary 15th, 1893 Given by the S A -BAJ2XD Music by Pfaender & Neumann's chestra Good time assured. _r ntlemt sTO\ Es Or- COME ONE' COME ALL' GRAND Masque Ball A SchmuCker's Tivoli, ON Jdrjurry 15ft) 1393 Ini on c».nt- toi extht lidies 01 "So imt free (.tood muoic RANGES, GASOLINE STOVES, GASOLINE, AbBESTOS ROOFING, IRON & STEEL ROOFING, JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS. Stoves and Tinwa...

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 January 1893

s-4 A EECKLESS MOOD. HEB E ie a limit to even the most patient forbearance. I tell you, Zoe, I can not and will not endure this state of things any longer. If you loved me you would not defy my wishes you do." Speaking thus, Earl Dunstan turned and faced his young wife with a look of sudden and stern determination written on every line of his handsome 'features. But all unheeding this, Zoe, flashed »her dark eyes upon him derisively, 'While a short, low laugh of mocking -defiance rippled musically from her scarlet lips. "If I loved you!" she echoed, scorn fully. "Well, perhaps you are right in saying that. I have often wondered -afc the strange whim which led me to -accept you instead of—" "Of Fred Hammond, why don't -you say?" he finished, with a bitter sneer, as Zoe paused, a trifle shocked at her own temerity. You can't deny that it was his name which was on your lips as it is evidently his image that fills your heart. Fred Ham mond, the fascinating Lothario, whose attentions to ...

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 January 1893

Fritz Williams, Proprietor of SAMPLE ROOM —AND— BILLIARD HALL A Fine line of Wines. Liquors and Cigars always kept in Stock. NEW BLOCK Minnesota Street, New Ulm JTJIilUS A S E HOUSE AN SIGN PAINTEB AND Paper Hanger. Ceiling Decoration a Specialty. All Work Executed Neatly, Prompt ly and at Low Rates. Shop, Corner Broadway and Fifth Street North. NEW ULM. MINNESOTA. FAAS & KOBARSCH. The above parties would give the public notice that they are now prepared to do all manner of plumbing and are ready to guar antee satisfaction. Charges reasonable. Office at Kobarech's shop. COMMERCIA HOTEL, Chas. Stengel, Prop. Opposite Depot. I will serve a hot and cold lunch every morning, and at the same time tne finest line of wines, liquors and cigars will alwayi be found on hand. I will endeavor to ac commodate everybody to the best of satis faction, hoping to always extend and im prove the place. CHAS. STENGEL. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA. H.FRENZEL, Manufacturer of SODA WATER, SELTZER WATER A N CHAMP...

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 January 1893

3-1! CITY WATEE EENTERS. Tliey are Interested In a Recent Decis sion of the City Attorney Concerning their 'Responsibilities. At the council session on Tuesday evening the opinion of City Attorney Eekstein relative to the liabilities and responsibilities of water renters in con nection with service pipes, was read and in substance is given herewith: Under the charter, the city council has the power to provide for and control wa terworks and the supply of water to the inhabitants of the city. Pursuant to this power, Ordinance No. 30, relating to the management, operation and protection of the city water works was duly passed, pu*lish"d and is now in force. Under the provisions of this ordinance the consumer or person having the tap made in the water mains for the purpose of procuring water is liable, responsible and required to keep at all times all pipes, stop-cocks and other fixtures or appara tus, used by him in procuring water, in good repair and prevent w« stage of wa ter. The c...

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 January 1893

VOLUME XV. NO A STORY OF THE MASSACRE. It'is Told in the New York Tribune by One of the Participants. Thrilling Incidents of that Memorable Struggle for Homes and Lives. A Dakota man .E. Miller who was a member of Co. E., Ninth Infantry, writes 1o the New York Tribune as follows: When we returned from Port Snelling to Mankato we had orders to press into service horses for our whole command of 110 men, and were sent to Crystal Lake. The settlers had all left the coun try and we could see the midnight sky lighted up by the burning buildings at New Ulm. Now and then we discovered on the horizon the faint light coming from some settler's cabin, the last of his earth ly possessions. We were very impatient to get to New Vim. We knew we were needed there. We heard that the town as surrounded by Indians, but our su perior officers ordered otherwise. There was a man in our company by the name of Jim Hoosier for short, we called him "Whiskey Jim." When we had camped for the night, he said to ...

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 January 1893

i?%ff 3fa&THito3W4w *. W. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHED IfEWULM, MINNESOTA. REVELATIONS O! a still mote scanda lous nature in the Panama affair, but we fail'to see how it is possible. PRESIDENT DIAZ has strong faith in the future of Mexico, and owns stock in all her railroad, telegraph, tele phone and electric light companies. REMEMBERING, that Congressman Reed has no income outside of his salary as a member, the $300 which he can earn by his pen comes in very use ful. HE Anarchists in London threaten the life of the Judge who granted the requisition which transferred Francois to the care of theFrench authorities, but he has not increased his life in surance through any dread of what they may do. MAGOFFIN county, Ky., has just had a jubilee. The undertakers are clearing up the grounds.—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Anderson, Ind., has just held a church festival. The sexton is taking care of the remnants. AT Minorca the fisherman simply dives to a depth of 70 feet with a weight in one...

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 January 1893

YICTIMS aS^-i* E O W E A E N E A E S A O IN AFRICA. A O of he of he E plosio of a it in he go if Lose'' Thei Lives.' Work St. Paul de Loanda, Jan. 16.—A train •crowded with Europeans and natives •was halted on the Congo railway near Matadi recently and the engine was de tached to .join a wagon loaded with fifty four boxes of dynamite and eighty-two casks of gun powder. The engine moved down grade with great speed and col lided with the wagon, exploding the dynamite. Fifty persons were killed, in cluding Lequeque, head of the Societe Anonvme Beige. a Indeed Dolores, Colo., Special, Jan. 16.—News was received here to-night that Phil Foote, the most noted desperado in the West, has again distinguished himself by the daring robbery of Henry Mager, paymaster of the Henry Mountain Min ing company, on the Colorado river in T'lah. got away with $3,000. Some six months ago Foote held up the dealer in a faro bank in McDermott's club rooms in Salt Lake. made his es cape, after a running fight ...

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 January 1893

fg r* Jleto Ulm Review F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Tednesday, January 18, 1893. A Narrow Criticism. The editor of the Sleepy Eye Herald is an essentially narrow man. He has no charity, entertains no respect for the beliefs of others and cannot conceive how any man can be just and fair, who does not accept of religion in the same light that Ue does, for himself, He gives evi- fCijce of this when he speaks, in the fol lowing language of Prof.Nix of this city in connection with the state superintend ency, reported to have been offered him a few clays ago: --«&fe" 2 5 W joking or fe was a tliB pOsltlOB by someone ti'riqualiiied to give it. What a reproach to cast upon the greatest of American institutions! Nix, the agnostic, who1 kept the New Ulm schools outside the control of the state high-school board. Scholarly enough, but his work proves him antagonistic to our American insti tutions *I%eitdea is preposterous, ri dietilous and no doubt is without foun dation. Better a hundred...

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