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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 6 November 1878

4ii imem.' PUBLISHED BVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office over City Drug Stent TEEMS: OH DOLLAK PBB YZAB Dl AS^ABCE. SAT! ADTOBTtSIMl. Tea lanes "BBEVIXR" makes a Square. Space 11 11 3 1 Square ft Squares Column Column 1 Column publication fees are paid. In connection with the paper, we have a splendid assortment of Jobbing Material, and we are prepared to execute all kinds of print ing in a style unsurpassed and at moderate rates. R. a BERRY, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, Omoi AT a Crrr Drnco Bronx. SEW ULM, MINNESOTA. T\B, A. 1CARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST, Office, comer Mian, and First N. Ste. SEW ULM, MINNESOTA. AEOTA HOUSE, 0PP. POST OWTCKNEW "Cue, Mrsw, ADOLPH SETTER, PBOP*B. Shis house is the most centrally located house in the city and affords good 8nple Rooms. T% F. WEBBER, iA.ttorney &> Counselor AT LAW. MONEY TO LOAN. Office over Citizen's National Bank. SEW ULM, MINNESOTA HxKSIurtj, H.A. SuBiixa, R. 75) 1 501 3 00 3 75 600 10 00 CHAS. Rooe. NewUlmCityMill, Centre Street, Ne...

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. — 6 November 1878

k*- I At A lender Memory. A. little footstep pattering on the floor, A golden bead laid gently n my knee A shadow darkening all the earth and sky, And life is sad and desolate to me. .Sweet ltps half parted in a peaceful smile The light of God upon that baby brow hush upon the tiny waxen face Our darling's bat a tender mem'ry now. 'Our grief nigh spent, we try to calmly think, To ask ourselves half sternlyis it right '.That we should mourn that to eternal rest Her infant form was laid by us to-nigh^? B later years her footsteps might have turned Aside from paths that point the heavenly gate Perchance she might have hea'd the awful words You cannot enter nowtoo latetoo late." And now? Ah. yes! our darling calmly sleeps Earth holds for her no hope, nor grief, nor loss .Another life has gained the pardon won With such deep pain upon the bitter cross. Selected. THE fcHJILLOTIKE. Ifarat H*ltnd -srlbes Hair Two uardrreni Had -lr Heads Chopped Off. Correspondence Cincinnati Commercial. Opp...

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. — 6 November 1878

jiipuu !4^pr f I HOUSE, FARM, GARDEN, Aaptoaltnral Mat**. Wheat brau ouuiiiia aooat 2 1-2 per cent, of nitrogen, 11 4 per cent of pot a*h and 2 1-2 per cent, of phosphoric ajid. Why should the farmers of America bother their heads with abstract questions of finance? They can take care of them selves without any conflict as to capital and labor. Among domestic animals natural depravity almost never exists. Bad treat ment produces vicious aunnals, and land ness leaves them as nature made them at all times gentle. The American 8g*nts of the Liverpool Ashton salt firms have offered $125 each, to be competed for at the coming Inter national Dairy Exhibition, to be held in New York city. Of course, the product entered for competition for these prizes must be salted with Ashton salt. Even this, however, will not be so bad. A discussion has arisen as to who wasvictims the "inventor" of the Forest-rose straw berry. If his salary were increased sufficiently to make it an object, perhaps Commi...

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. — 6 November 1878

1 OU PARIS LETTER. *PII5B&W*f5iH555SJ5 THE THE PEOPPE ONE MEETS HERE CHABACTEB OF THE FRENCH THEIR CUSTOMS, HABITS AND WANTS THEIR VICES AND VIRTUES COMPARISONS BETWEEN THE FRENCH AND THE AMERICANS WHO ARE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN I N THE WORLD* &C. &C. (From our regular correspondent PARIS, Oct. 17th, 1878.' The early Frenchmen are reputed stalwart' and of eood height, and his posterity resembles him except in statue. The physical character istics of the present race show, in comparison with the American, a frame more impact, limbs rounder, and statue smaller. The lean, lanky person quite common in America is rare in this race,- The Frenchmen is more loosely hung together and has more swing and gait gait and gesture. A Frenchman cannot sprawl while an American doesit with facilty over chairs,count ers or dry goods boxes. In their re pose their is the difference between the Dorking fowl which perches in the sun, and the Shangai who basks his loose limbs in a royal spread...

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. — 6 November 1878

^^-.wmmme JA. .'III ?v C/&N-W. LINES. THE CHICAGO & N0RTH-WE8TKRN RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Bailway Lines of the WEST and NORTH WEST, and, with its numerous Branches and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO and all the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NORTHERN MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, IOWA, NEBRASKA, CALL FORNIA and the WKSTKRN TERRITORIES. Its Omaha and alifornia Line. Is the shortest and best route between CHICAGC and all points in NORTHERN ILLINOIS, IOWA, DA. KOTA, NEBRASKA, WYOMING, COLORADO, UTAH, NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, OREGON, CHINA, JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA. Its Dhicaso, St. Paul Minneapolis Line or the shortest line between CHICAGO and all point: in NORTHERN WISCONSIN and MINNESOTA, and Ifa MADISON, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULTJTH and all points in the Great Northwest. Its La Crosse, Winona St. Peter Line Is the best route between CHICAGO and LA CROSSE, WINONA, ROCHESTER, OWAONNA, MANKATO, ST. PETE R, NEW ULM and and all poi...

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. — 6 November 1878

Sew mX ^jewkm. JAS BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEW U.LM MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS. The laigest Sunday-school in the world (it is said) is at StocKport, England. The building accommodates about 4,000 ,and the school has branches that accommo date 1,000 more. The number of teachers registered fince the school was opened is 5,085, and of scholais 90,804. The latest novelty is a "barometer handkerchief." The design printed on it represents a man with an umbrella. In fine weatner the umbrella is blue, in changeable weather gray, and in rainy weather white. The secret lies in print ing this design in chloride of cobalt but the first washing removes this sensitive chemical and destroys the dorometer prop' rties. M. Conway writes to the Cincinnati Commercial that the largest list of suffer ers from the Thames disaster was that of the widowers who applied for help be cause they 'had lost their wives. particularly refers thi3 item to The Wom an's Rights Society, which will doubtless take measures...

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. — 6 November 1878

{l A Bold Bank Robbery, NEW YORK, Oct. 27.Between 6 and 9 o'clock this morning, masked burglars entered the Manhattan Savings baik building, corner of Broadway and Bleekr street, and after hand cuffing the janitor, made him, under threats of instant death, reveal the combination of the safe to them and deliver up the keys of the bank. They rifled the vault of presumedly a large amount of money as, twenty tin boxes, known to have contained bills, were found on the floor quite empty. The building is a Biz story one, the bank occupying the ground floor with an entrance on both Broadway and Bleeker Btreets. Wendel Koblman keeps a barber shop in the basement under the bank and the janitor lives on the second floor. The barber opened his shop at thirty-five minutes past six o'clock. He Bays there was nothing unusual in the bank at that time. At twenty minutes past 9 o'clock he was startled 1 the appearance at the head of the basement stairs of the janitor. Loui* Wertel, white with fright ...

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. — 6 November 1878

&f\ i f~ Wednesday, November 6th, 1878. Life stock market next Tuesday. Board of Trade meeting at Turner Hall next Friday evening. The first monthly fair for the sale of all kinds of live stock will be held next Tuesday. i Extra copies of the REVIEW can al ways be obtained at the City Drug Store for 1% cents. Hon. Alex. Ramsey and Col. Wm. Pfaender, of St. Paul, paid this city a visit last week. We very much regret our absence from the city during their visit to our sanctum. Having used Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup in my practice for some time, I am prepared to say that it is a superior lemedy for all cases of Coughs. Colds and diseases of the Lungs and Chest. Dr. Waltman, Springfield, Mich. The prospectus of the St. Paul Globe appears on the 7th page of this issue. Although we do not exactly agree with the Globe in political matters, as a newspaper it is among the best. The weekly is the same size as the Pioneer Press and is furnished for $1 per an num. Those wishing to club with ...

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. — 13 November 1878

4* tumimam HWWJHHI YOLUME I. PFEFFERLK, Dealer Is GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. Canned, Dried and Green Frui t, VM AND FEED. 8TOK, WOOTMH A!TD WlIAOW Ty AUK. MINN. ST., NEW ULM, MtNN. pH. QUINCY, MANUFACTURER ASD DBALBR nr Harness. Collars, Saddles, Saddlery, Blankets, Whips, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery and all cuRtom work pertaining to my business promptly attended to. Minn. St., opposite Union House, NEW ULM, MI2CK. M. JUENEMANN, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER ISJ Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Whips, CASH PAID FOR HIDES. MINN. ST., NEW ULM, MINN. NEW ULM Saddlery, Blankets, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery, and all custom work pertaining to my business piomptly attended to. Minn. St., Next Door to Ziher'9 Saloon, NEW ULM. Tit EAT MARKET, C. STUEBE, Prop'r. A large supply of fresh meats, snusafi^, haras lard, etc etc constantly on hand All orders from the country promptly attended to H. CHADBOURN,* C. Rosa, President. Cashier BROWN CO BANK, Cor. Minn. And Centre Stteets. SEW ULM, MINNESOTA. Collect...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 13 November 1878

,tj f|cw Him Ikimur* JAS. BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEW ULM MINNESOTA NEWS OF THE WEEK CRIMES AND CRIMINALS. oiiaries AicGiil the murderer of Mary Kelly, has been sentenced to be hung at Cleveland, Ohio on the 13th day of February next. It is reported that James H. Wheatley, proprietor of he sugar refinery of Braskley, N. Y. is missing with nearly a quarter of a million of trtut funds. The examination of Dr. Spear and Ma bel Whitman of Charleston, Mass., on the charge of poisoning he moth er of the latter, resulted in he acquittal of both. Minor, convicted body snatch ing, at Cleveland, O., has been sentenced to four months imprisonment in he workhouse, and to pay a line of $100 and costs. After two weeks severe raiding by the St. Louis police, twelve out of fourteen noto rious gambling houses of that city have closed their doors, not being able to stand he racket a ny longer. N Brown, wood chopper near Auburn, Placer county.Cal. has been arrested for mak ing and altering counterfeit...

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. — 13 November 1878

1 -i-jrtiW llilliUMIi JDe Profundi^. Ah! Mays so dark with Death's eclipse! Woe are we! woe are we! And the Nights are Ages long From br aking hearts thro' pallid lips Oh, my God! woe are we! Trembleth the mourner's song A blight is falling on the fair, And Hope is djmg in despair, And Terror walketh everywhere All the horns are full of tears Oh, my God' woe are we! Grief keeps watch in brightest eyes Eveiy heart is stiung with tears, vVbe are we! woe are we' All the light hath left the &kies, And the living awe-struck crowds See above them only clouds And around them only shrouds. Ah' the terrible farwells! Woe are they! woe are they! When last words sink into moans While life's tienabling vesper bells Oh, my God' woe are we' King the awful undertones! Not a sun in any day! In the night time not a ray, And the dying pass away' Dark' so dark! abovebelow Oh, my God woe are we! Cowerth"every human life, Wild the wailing,to and fro Woe are all! woe ai we' Death is ictor in thp stri...

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. — 13 November 1878

V, *fS-r M'mmmi, jWR PARIS LETTER. PARISIAN THEATRES DURING THE EX- HIBITION. A PASSENGER NOT PAID FOR A BIRTH I N THE CAPTIVE KALOON. GAMETTA?S SPEECH. AD- VICE TO PRIZE-TAKERS- (Froip our .regular correspondent.) PARIS, Oct. 24th, 1878. A Universal Exhibition does not promote the best interest of the dra pma. ]ji gers know perfectly well that strangers to Paris must go some where in the evening, and that it matters very little what piece is played before them. The object of foreigners is to kill time to the French, to be able to say that they have visited a particular artist. I must be remembered that thousands of provincials have been brought to Paris by this year's Show who have probably never been there before persons of strange dress and uncout speech, who have been saving mon ey ever since the Exhibition was first projected and are now prepared to spend it lavishly. ''What is the use of mounting a new piece for them?" say the managers. "Th Parisians are all awaylet us do as o...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 13 November 1878

t. Paul & Sioux City R. R. Sioux City & St. Paul R. R. Worthington & Sioux Falls R.R. THE OLD RELIABLE SIOUX CITY ROUTE The People's Favorite Line, BETWEEN I.N N ES OTA AND NEBRASKA, COLORADO, CALIFORNIA, Missouri, Kansas and Texas. First-Class in all its 'AppointmentsEleccant Sleeping Coaches, Miller Platforms, Westinghouse Automatic Air Brakes, and all the approved'appli ances for SPEE D, SAFET Y, and COMFORT. C. & N. W. LINES. THE CHICAGO & N0RTH-WK6TERN RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Kailway Lines of the WEST and NORTH. WEST, and, with its numerous Branches And connection*, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO and all the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NORTHERN MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, IOWA, NEBRASKA, CALI FORNIA and the WESTERN TERRITORIES. Its Omaha and aiifornia Line Is the shortest and best route between CHICAGO and all points in NORTHERN ILLINOIS, IOWA, DA- KOTA, NEBRASKA, WYOMING, COLORADO, UTAH, NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, O...

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. — 13 November 1878

I The Mother's Life. The mother's life is full of prose From early dawn till daylight's close, Bat oft, amid her household cares, Some little poem unawares Is written down within her heart, And of her life becomes a part. Some loving words a child may say, A golden curl long put away, A naif-worn shoe upon the floor, An outgrown dress the baby wore, A broken toy or faded flower, XIay touch the heart-strings any hour. MR. tf I BBS OF COLORADO. Tnn Klue-Kyert Vrontleraman who Consht Bravely., for Lit?, One Again** ElevenA Terrible Ride AeroRStlte Pra iries to Denver Jail. 10 allies Away. A New York correspondent writes from Denver, Col, as follows: la 1S74 I was em ployed on the Rocky Mountain JVews of this city, and one autumn evening of thatjear was detailed to ^sit a prisoner in the local jail. "Mr. Gibus, heie's a paper man come to see you," was the jailor's formula of introduction as I entered one ot the cells. "Be suie an' mister, Gibbs," he added, in an under tone. "He's mighty...

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. — 13 November 1878

Beware of Clieap Kxcitants, And use, if you need a tonic stimulant and alterative, Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters. The liquors of commerce, even when they are not adulterated,-fail to prodcue more than a tem porary exhilaration, usually followed by a depressing reaction, anything but beneficial to a weakly constitution. Not only do the potent botanic ingredients combined with the alcoholic of Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters minister to the health.and vigor of those who use it, but the basispure old rye, the finest and most salubrious liquor distilled, is no mean promoter of healthful condition of the digestive organs. Its presence in the Bitteis is essential to preserve their vegetable con stituents from fermentation, and it unques tionably augments their remedial value. Few medicinal preparations of a proprietary na ture have ever received such 6trong commen dations from medical men. Ho National Scourge. It is estimated that the annual damages eaused by the ravages of insects and worms ex...

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. — 13 November 1878

t' *& '^^amAMMfaM kt NEW ULM AND VICINITIf. Wednesday, November 13th, 1878. The November term of the District Court convenes next Tuesday. The weather last week continued very pleasant. Mathematical instruments at the Ci ty Drug Store. Latest styles of authograph and pho tograph albums at the City Drug Store. Wild geese have nearly all pulled up stakes and gone to a warmer climate. Now that election is over everybody has again settled down to business. Albert Blanchard is elected Clerk of the District Court by 812 majority. Kah fof Blanchard. The city council has appointed Hen ry Steinhauserto take care of the street lamps, at a salary of $7.00 per month. The weather during all last week continued clear and pleasant, even the nigths were warm. We would call the attention of our city readers to the notice of City Clerk Nix .which appears in another column. N EW BOOKSA splendid assortment of juvenile a*nd miscellanious books just received by Jos. Bobleter, at the City Drug Store. ...

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. — 20 November 1878

R. PFEFFERLE, Dealer in GROCERIES and PROVISION". Canned, Dried and Green Fruit, *%dUR AND FBEl, 8TONB, WOODBN AND WlIAoW T7ABB. MINN. ST, NEW ULM, MINN. TjlR. QTJINCY. MANUFACTUKB3 AND DKALRR IN Harness, Collars, Saddles, Saddlery, Bl&nkets, Whips, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery and all custom work pertain to my business promptly attended to. Minn. St, opposite Union House, NEWULM, 20*N. M. JUENEMAXiN, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Whips, Saddlery, Blankets, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery, and all custom work pertaining to business pi omptly attended to. Mum. 8t, Next Door to Ziher's Saloon, NEW ULM. EVT MARKET, C. STUEBE, Prop'r. A large supply of fresh meats, Musajc,hnm lard, etc ett constantly on liand All orderb Crm the country promptly attended to. CASH PAID FOR HIDES. MINN ST., NEW ULM, MINN. H. CHADEOUBN. C. H. ROSS, President. Cashier BROWN CO BANK, Cor. Minn, and Centre Stieets. "NEW ULM, MINNESOTA. Collections and all business pertaining to banking...

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. — 20 November 1878

^ctu Him Umejw JAS. BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEW ULM MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS. It has been repeatedly stated that Mr. Crawshav, owner of what were the largest iron works in the world, at Cafartha .-South Wales, and for more thai a cen tury associated wish his name, would *never reopen them, but the Cambrian asserts that there is now a prospect of a 'revival of work there, which is hailed with joy in'the district, where suchde plorable distress has for several years $rev- iled. A man is now at work in Santa Barbara county, offering to clear farms of squir rels for from 9 to ten cents per acre, ac cording to size, and guarantees athorougb work. One rancher declined to pay by the acre, but would pay four cents per 'head for the dead squirrels. Mr. "Benton went to work and in a short time drove up to the man's house with so many wag on-loads of squirrels that it required a check lor $500 to satisfy th demands of the contract. Simon Grant has bought a tract of land the Northern Pacific R...

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. — 20 November 1878

One Day. Wild -wind, which on my mood a? on a lute Plajest sad airs and passionate melody, And will nor let one string of me be mute, Smiting like master, fierce and absolute One day, one day I shall be Leed from thee. Bright sun, upon whose blinding, noonday wing: Fall the dim shadowing of human care, Wearine=s, discontent and suffering One day, my eyes made strong to see and bear, I shall stand up in your full light and sing. "Visions that dawned and staid not, glories brief, Whose swift evanishment provokes my grief Which vainly I stretch after to detain, One day, one day they shall be mine again Garnered and bound in an immortal sheaf. Sorrows which blessed and suffering blent with balms. Love with a baffling thorn to mar its flower Hindrance that helped me, storm-enfolded calms, One day shall come, renewed to life and power, A troop of gracious shape, upbearing alms. All things which work together for my woe And wake the mortal heart-ache now shall be. Transfigured into beauty'...

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. — 20 November 1878

OUR PARIS LETTER. THE DEATH OF BISHOP OF ORLEANS, ANOTHER STYLE OF FRENCH ENTER- PRISE. THE PASSAGE OF THE ANTI SOCIALIST BILL. TRIAL OF PARISI AN SOCIALISTS. (From our regular correspondent.) PARIS, November 30th, 18T8. The death of Bishop Dupanloup removes from the Roman Catholic Church in France the ablest and most conspicuous ecclesiastic its later days have known. He died at Lain ,cey (Loiret), where he was staying with a friend. He had been suffer ing from pericarditis, but expired somewhat suddenly. Though Mon signor Dupanloup was best known as a preacher, yet he was Uie author of several educational and theologi cal works. His literary acquire ments were acknowledged by his ad nission into the French Academy, but all his zeal in the cause of relig ion did not obtain for him the honor of a Cardinal's hat. His opinions were too large and liberal to chime in exactly with those of the Roman Curia under Pio Nono and he never heartily supported "Ultramontau- ism," though lie loyal...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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