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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 April 1893

Never NEVER NEVER The long spring is never made now. Now it is the Quick-winding Waterbury. Genuine. Jeweled. Accurate, Handsome. See it. All jewelers sell it All styles, $4 to $15. 3 6 F. W. HAUENSTEIN, No. 9 Masonic Block New Ulm. THE OHLY EXCLUSIVE Groeery btore in the city is at of Pfeffeile & Fensck on Minnesota Str. There you will find the best of groceries and Fin Fruit Candies and N a Chimney W and Willo W a re Salt Fis Canned Goods Moc selected with care. E E E & E N S E (roods delivered to all parts of the city. MAX REINHART ———Proprietor of MEAT MARKET,! Lid? S^cb ALSO E A E Handle fiesh and salt meats, hams sau sages, etc. Highes prices paid for hogs cattle, wool and hides. C01, Minnesot a a Stieets. N E W MINN THE MODEL handles nothing but the purest Drugs and Medicines A full stock of E E S O I E A I E S SOAPS, STA- I O N E and S O O I E S constantly on hand. Standard A I N S & OILS A N I S E S S E S and GLASS For A good smoke try our leading nickel cigars....

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 April 1893

xs* l\ 6 HEART OF THE TREE. An 4iJor Day Song by H. C. Bunner. "What does he plant who plants a treeV He plants a friend ol sun aud skj •He plants tho flag of breezes free The shaft of beuutj, towering high, He plants a home to hearen anigh For &ong and mothei-cronu of bird In hushel and b,iii\ twilight heard— 'ffhe treble of heaven's harmonj Yfcese things he planlt. vho plants a tiee. "What does he plant who plants a txee? He plants eool hhatle and tender rain, And seed and bud of d.ijs. to bo. And years that fade and flush again, He plants the glorj of the plain. He plants the forest's hentage The harvest ot a touring age, "Vhe joy that unborn eyes shall see— These things he plants, who plants a tree. What does he plant who plants a tree.' He plants sap and leaf and wood, $n lore of home and lojalty And far-tast thought of tUie good— His blessings on the ueighlorhood Who in the holloa of His hand Holds all the growth of all our land— A. nation's growth from sea to sea #tirs In...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 April 1893

LOUIS BUENCER, VNDEB TAKER and Dealer in all Kinds of FURNITURE. Cor. Minnesota and 3d St., N. NEWULM, MINNESOTA BUILDING STONE FOR SALE. The New TJlm Stem* Company it ready to sell building stones at the Quarry. For prices inquire of J. Pfenmnger, W. Boesch, A Scheil. or Chas. Stolzeaberg Redstone. NOTICE—The use of land for pasturing or cutting of wood or quarrying and haul* tag of stone is not allowed unlets by a writ* ten permit from the company. NEW Vhu Sroxs CO. LIME! LIME! WIN KELMANN'S LIME KILN. On Minnesota River, near New Ulm, It fully prepared to furnish lime of the Ysry best quality in any quantity to contractors and builders. Delivered to any desired point either by team or rail at liberal prices. All orders by mail promptly at» tended to. FRED A. GRAY City Scavenger. Few TJlm, Min». "Vault*, Cesspools and Chimney Cleaning. All kinds of Scavenger Work Promptly AV leaded to. P. O. Box 588. All Orders by Mail Promptly attended to. PETEB SCHEREB, DEALER IN LUMBER, LATH, S...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 April 1893

$WfT*^1&? **p!®$^fi?. ©\j/f S E BEWARE OF FRAUD. Ask for. and insist upon having W Ii. DOUUIiAS SHOES. None gen line without W Ii. Douglas name ind price stamped on bottom* Look for it when you buy, Sold everywh Hnd. mmjm t\~W EVAPORATED FRUITS demited KFUIIS cmd \?ec?cledales! 9C 8 $ ow ,"cypt ttfi^s^'Si'^fe ^ft^^r^l^^^^^ We carry the most complete line of Evaporated Fruits in the city, and want your trade on them, and will please you both as to quality and prices. 'eyeletJ Every known viriety of Fruits and Vegetables put up in cans will be found with us. If you want the best of anything in Groceries vou will find it at BehnKe's call atten tion to the fact that we have accepted the agency for CHASE and SAN- BORN'S FAMOUS BOS TON COFFEES and here- after we will have the Ex- clusive Sale of same for New Ulm and will carry a complete line of these un excelled Roasted Co'ffees- ff) Kerrjc 1 0 Gasty (grocer ayd Grocileryn?aj?+ *Hou$e £old? Thirty Degrees Below Zero is apt to cause t...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 April 1893

VOLUME NO 3 7 STORIES OF OLD SETTLERS. Amusing Incidents of Men "Who Helped to Make Pioneer Life Interesting. Gen. M. B. Stone, one of the first sett lers of the Minnesota Valley, was well known in New Ulm particularly from the position he held in the frontier mili tia at the time of the Indian Massacre. Gen. Stone was a man of untiring energy and up to the time of his death was as active and full of energy as many men in the twenties. Hardly a morning in the year, winter or summer, would find Mr. Stone in bed after four o'clock and from this time until dark work would be dispatched with a swiftness that would strike terror to the heart of the slower man who sometimes unfortunately chanced to be "paired off" at work with Mr. Stone. When the General came in contact, too, with these slow people, his patience was tested to the utmost and often in the anguish of his ambition and energy, he would utter words of censure to his plodding friend. It happened one day, a few years before his d...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 April 1893

iv JNiey^ Olir) £)LL A. MARDEN, ^ST?ICT5 Apiil 19. 1S93. £)R. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty- Ofnce in W. Boesch's New'Briofc Block* Now Ulni, RESIDENT DENTIST. Oihce, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. Street NEW ULA1, Ml&tf reeth extticud without pain Dy the use ol talizca llr oi inirou* oxide gas. JJR L. BELL Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block tf£W ULM, MINN Teeth extracted without pain lu tin latest approved methods EMIL MLELLER ^etefifiary S^eofl $ gefitist Call" eithei in the city or country promptlj and satisfactorily attended to Office in the Masonic Block, Sc^ono Flooi. NEW ULM -, MINN jyii. A. KOEHNk. Veterinary burgeon. Having treated sick animals for -years I can conscientiously recommend my sell to all who need the services of competent Veterinary. Orders may bb left at Union Hotel oi Olson's iruo Store. N E W ULM, MINN. A E. BEIINKE, It. V. S VETERINARY URGEQN DENTIST Office over Biown County Bank. Fine bain to the leai of t...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 April 1893

SHOOK UP ZANTE. The Ionian Island Visited by the Worst Earthquake in Its History. Houses by the Hundreds in the City of Zante Demolished—Streets' Impassable. Twenty Corpses Taken from the Ruins. Hundreds Injured—Meager Re ports from Country. ATHZXS, April 18.—The island of Zante, one oc the principal Ionian islands, was visited by a most destruc tive earthquake, resulting in gre it loss of life and property. The shock appears to have been most violent in the city of Zante, the greater part of which was destroyed. The streets are impassable, being tilled with masses of stone and timber, the wreckage of the houses which were threw:: down by the earth quake. Thus far the bodies of 20 persons killed by falling walls have baen re moved from the debris, and it is feared that many more dead are still in the ruins. The number of persons injured runs up in the hundreds. Everything is in confusion and the work of search ing for bodies and for the injured can not be pursued, systematically. Th...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 April 1893

il $ KB* Utt fttidr F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Pre* Wednesday, April 19,1893. The legislature has Adjourned. Thus endeth ninety days of talk, barter and trades. Roach of North Dakota has escaped investigation. Somebody else's shaki ness saved his own scalp. David B. H)ll is said to be a model senator. He does not smoke, chew nor drink and is always busy and accomod ating. Our representatives in the legislature will come home this week. Our hats are off in admiration for their arduous and brilliant services. Dr. Keely is going to sell his gold cure for $10,000,000. The victims of bad habits must evidently be steering towards the moral path. The legislatuie has passed a law pro hibiting the sale of cigarettes to minors. Jn this way it will do away with one of the best advertisements of a fool that we know of, Giover Cleveland may be independent but still he likes to be accomodating, you know. Vilas,Voorhees and Doran are the gentlemen to whom he most likes to show favors. Mike Doian is ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 April 1893

eflNHWg WHERE ARE WE AT? Located in the heart of business surrounded by public buildings, banks and the large new office buildings. 316-318 Second Are South, next to Guaranty Loan Building, Minneapolis. HOTEL NORTHERN European, Rooms Only," 75c to $1.50 Per Day. Electric Bells, Steam Heat, Elevator. J. R. PURCHASE & CO. winds the Quick Winding Waterbury. No more Long Springs. The new watch is thoroughly modernized stem winding stem setting, jeweled works close adjustment accurate time and all the style of a high priced watch Sold by all jeweleis in forty t\ les to suit everybody $4 to $15 31 F. W. HAUENSTEIN, No 9 Masonic Block N Ulm. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE Groeery btore the cit\ is tint ot Pfeffieile & Fenscke on 'Minnesota bti Theie jo "will find the best of giocen°& and Fine Fiuits Candies and Nuts Lamp Chimneys W ood anel Willow Waie Salt Fish Canned Goods Stock selected with no PFEFFERLE fc FEM3CL.E (roods delneied to ill mit of the city INDEPENDENT Meat Market OF CHAS....

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 April 1893

ft fc-i •as ON A NORMAN DRINKING HORN. On a cup, perchance like thin. Some fair maiden press'd a kiss. While her waves of golden hair Fell about the chalice there. And her Norseman warrior sighed As he left hi3 plighted bride- Long and long ago. Or upon some festal night. With the great logs burning bright. As wiili jest and merry sound Hath the wassail cup gone round. Flowing 0V1 with amber ale TiU tfie stai,c in heaven grew pale- Long and long a^o. Or rr.aj hap a friend hath said, "Let the wine be spiced and red. For in thib drink I thj health, Long life, happiness and wealth," And the Nor&eman press'd a kiss On a cup eri-hance like this— Long and long ago. —Albert Hardy in Godey's. JUAN AND ISABEL. In the rocky but pleasant little valley of the Rio Florido, in the state of Chi huahua, not far from the station of Cor fglitos on ths Mesicnn Central railway, •RSS2J nKl|£ 2 hacienda of_ a large rancho. There, too, were raised tEe strong, black bulls for the arenas of Chi huahua a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 April 1893

SONGS FROM SIGHING. Dark was the bouse and cheerless, And fast fell the rain from without My heart was chilled by the morning, And besieged by many a doubt. And I said "There is no good in trying. The old year is dying, dying. Many he&rts that were glad Are weary and sad, And the world is filled with the sighing." The good men came in whistling, Though the rain fell fast without He cheered my heart with his joy song, And scattered my every doubt. And lie said: "We'll just keep on trying. A new year will spring from the dying. Many hearts shall be glad That now are so sad, And so.n.gg ehall grow out of the sighing." —E. H. Chase in Homemaker. •.-* SGr-'ixxu- THE TWO DOCTORS. do not do so now in bj-gone iiaies some of the medical students and practicin physicians of Detroit were in the habit of stealing bodies for dissection from the cemeteries adjoining the city. 4 3 those times there were young doctors, out of their teens, were partners in a practice left it a great deal of time...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 April 1893

ti\t BONN'S FAMOUS BOS- TON COFFEES and here- after we will have the Ex- clusive Sale of same for New Ulm and will carry a complete line of these un excelled Roasted Coffees- aver J©le cr) Kerrjcy l^i© Sluice 1 0 EVAPORATED FRUITS arjrjeel Kruiis emd Vec?(eta isles! err 3 BEWARE OF FRAUD. _, _Ask for. and insist upon having W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES. Nonesen line without W. Li. Douglas name ind price stamped on bottom* IiOOlt forit when you buy, Sold everywhere. & ft slHISISIHE. W A. a ci that will astonish yon. Whe AVEWULM We carry the most complete line of Evaporated Fruits in the city, and want your trade on them, and will please you both as to quality and prices. Every known variety of Fruits and Vegetables put up in cans will be found with us. If you want the best of anything in Groceries you will find it at BehnKe's owr |"iou$e Th? Ses*" Plac*. Gasfy Qrocer ar Croc^eryr^ar)* Thirty Degrees Below Zero is apt to cause the chills "to creep through your home, and no matter how Well ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 26 April 1893

***J%FV%*TW!$$% VOLUME XV. XC CALL S IT A N INQUISITION. The Eedwood Gazette Makes of Itself a Sewer for Pilthy Charges Against the New TJlm Jail. It Takes the Prize-Fighter Thurber into Confidence and Listens to him as it Would to Gospel. It Uot Only Commits its Self Eespect by Publishing an Interview with a Tongh, but, what is worse, it Makes its Own Comments. In those it Spouts its Little Sensational Eloquence in an Effort to Besmirch a Brown County Official. limn in Inquisition" was the pad ded heading of a staitling "leadei" in the cuuent issue of that gushy, o\er icaching and -would-be metiopolitau sheet know as the Gazette and pub lished at Redw ood Falls, and following it came -what -was intended foi a terrific expose ot the New Llm jail. The aiti CIP W as as follow "It is the woist hole that I was evei in, in my life," canl Cahin R. Thuiber, the pugilis4-, as he stepped into the Ga zette ofhee, two bonis aftei the indict ment of the Renville connty grand jmy against him had...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 26 April 1893

"AT V'1 JNe^ Cilir) rfei/icW April 19. 1893. L. A. I S E PHYSICIAN AND SURtiEOX. Female Diseases a Specialty Office in W. Borsch's New Brici' Block N Uliu, Miun A A E N KSu hy 7. Office, Corner Minnesota and 1st N. eue«t N E W Teetb extt-.ct.ti without puiti rn tie iit-o 01 talized all or nittoue oxuie sa-^ R. L. E Resident Dentist. Office in the Meiulian Block tf£W ^Veterinary f^rgeou $ Qeutist Calls either in the city or country promptly anil satisfactorily attended to. Office in the Floor N E W Masonic Block, Second A O E N Office: Room 314, 315, 316 Pos office Building. Rosidence: 526 South 2n Street, MANKATO, MINX. I Ne Ul first Sunday of each month L1ND & HAtiBEKG, Attorneys and Gonnselcrs at Law, Attend to Suits in all the State and U. tourts. Special Attention Paid to Collections E A N A N S A N I N A I A N A N N E W S O E N Ol'AGEs O S A S I E N MIN N §Ltt.M*!\CY & Coui\gelor _A_t I_,ei*w. ed Kiid iv to col lilai .ltf.MI lectu»n*. j®M)tli.M NE»\ in l'.i ou 0 ank, M1...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 26 April 1893

S si ace -that's my wife's you know—wean cheerful, life-is-wbrth-hving expres :Ion, ever since 1 presented her a boxoi WHITE RUSSIAN She is always recommending Kirk's coaps to her friends—says she is through with experiments—has just .vhat she needed to make labor easv, and ensuie perfectly clean clothes. She knows what she's talking about— lon't forget it. A S S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. pjsky Diamond Tar Soap i^sJr&SjiSSSe SPRING GOODS A Large StocK of the Best Patterns at the PKTER MOEGER, PROP. The goods are of Foieign and Domes tic ma nn fact me and of superior quality GST" Fit Guarantee!. „Jg3 JOSEPH SCHMUCKER, Prop, Pure beer sold in quantities to suit the purcha«ei. Special attention paid to the bottling of beer. CHAS KTUEBE." A huge supply of fie^h meats, sau sages, hams, tard, ctc.^ constantly on hand. All oiders from the country prompt!} attended to. Cash Paid for Hides F. BURG Manufacturer of and Dealer in PIPES. Corner Minn and Centre Str. Xew Ul Minn Harness Maker....

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 26 April 1893

J(eW Ulm Review I.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, April 26, 1893. lor Parmere Only. Some one has remarked that the boys and girls of our farmers are flocking to the cities in greater r.umbers than ever and that they in most cases fail of that success in life that they might have at tained had they been content to remain on the farm and follow the business to which their early training had adapted them. In some cases these farmers'child ren have left pleasant homes to go to others that were inferior, but in most cas es, we believe, parents have unwittingly, compelled their children to seek more congenial companionship and homes. If you want your children to remain at home, make that home pleasant for them. If they want to read, be sure that they are supplied with good papers and at least a few books. If your daught ers want to raise flowers, give them a deed to a small patch of ground for a flower-bed. To any one who has travelled over this or any other county to any ex tent, ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 26 April 1893

Ask questions: "Is it handsome, genuine, accu rate? Is it modern, with all the im provements? In all sizes and styles for everybody the new, quick winding Waterbury?" Yes—to everything. A promi nent publisher writes: "You made one additional cus tomer, and my quidk-winding Wa terbury is a better time-keeper than a hundred-dollar watch a friend of mine bought some months ago." Yet the cost ranges from $15 down to $4 It has a jewtled move ment, and is cas«d in dainty chatelaines, hunting-cases, open-faces, filled gold, coin silver, etc Every j«weler sells it. 38 F. W. HAUENSTEiW, Xo 0 Masonic Block 1ST Ulm. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE Store in the cUy 1-, that of Pfeffieile & Fenscke on Minnesota Str. There you will nncl the best of gioceiies aDd Fine Finits Candies and Nuts Limp Chiranejs Wood and Willow Waie Salt Fish Canned Goods Stock selected with care. PFEFFERLE & FENSCKE Goods deh\eied to all paits of the city. INDEPENDENT Meat Market OF CHAS. STUEBE. Goou coin fed Portei steak ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 26 April 1893

'f WOOD SONGS. Ask me not why—X only know It weie thy loss if I could show Thee fa use as for a lesser thin?. Remember how we searched the spring, Ent founrt no source—so clear the sky V» lthin na arth bound depths did lie. Give to thy joy its wings, tlnto tby heart its song, nor try With questionings The throbbing throat that sings. For in thy clear and steadfast eyes Thine own self wonder deepest lies, Nor any words that lips can teach Are sweeter than their wonder speech And when thou givest them to me Through dawns of tenderness I see. As in the water sky The sun of certainty appear. So—ask me why, For then thou knowest, dear. —Ai thui Sherburne Haidy in Scribner's. PLAYING WITH FIRE. It was 5 o'clock of a hot August after noon at Luc-sur-Mer. The bathers were roaming over the beach or ensconced in cozy, sheltered spots. Women, rosy pink with the heat, were leisurely crocheting and gossiping, emphasizing their remarks with the movement of the white ivory needles. Bright eyed 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. — 26 April 1893

DWAEF AMEBICAtfS. THE REMAINS OF A RACE OF ULU PUTIANS UNEARTHED. In Eastern Tennessee Have Been Found Graves and Skeletons of an Almost For gottec People—A Legend That Seals "With the Mexican Aztecs. The Smithsonian institution, has un dertaken a peculiar work in this locality. Those people of the world who have paid lengthy visits to that hilly country known as east Tennessee have always been impressed with the sublimity and beauty of the mountains, the simplicity and superstition cf the inhabitants and the general air of sleepy mysteriousness surrounding everything. Ask one of these people where they would most ex pect to find a r~.ee of dwarfs or giants and the repl- will te in east Tennes see." And r:cent developments seem to "ber.r them r--. for in the last few years the remainjof people less than three feet in heigh: have boon discovered in thisc urr. 0*n the e: .:$ s!' --.? icming strn re ton c«"i he. ea/1^.3 TV,-IS 1"'' f, co he dcCTOved. 0 -.- niTnined contained ~ae. and a...

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. — 26 April 1893

*, fact that we have accepted the agent for CHASE ami SAN- BORN'S FAMOUS BOS- ,TON COFFEES and here- after we will have the Ex- clusive Sale of same"" for New Ulm and will carry a complete line of these un excelled Roasted CofEees- vLecrvrjcd. Kriiils err)el \2cqelaLlcs! Every known vu-jety of F' aits and If you want the best of an/thin four BEWARE OF FRAUD. Ask for* and insist upon having W. IJ. MOUfcHLAS SHOES. None sen line without W. JJ. Douglas name ind price stamped on bottom. Look forit when youbuy, Sold everywhere. a 3HISISTHE /of S*le by W A a SKHJS to! J*' A K! A L, T&r"-/-^'*'""' \JsR'4s'^te^jS.'- jekjoies put j'i ins will be found with us. in Groceries v:iu '.\!il find it at EehnKe's Gas!? QrOwCr'a^d Groc^erijr^ar id? 3& Thirty Decrees Below Zero is apt to cause the chills to creep through your home, and no matter how well your house may be built, unless you have a stove that will produc-j a steady fire, you will grad ually, if not rapidly become inclined towards...

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