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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 25 December 1878

i 1 3* I SIOUX CITY ROUTE JAJ St. Paul & Sioux City R. R., Sioux City & St. Paul R. R Worthington & SiouxFalls R.R. THE OJL RELIABLE &* The People's Favorite Line, BETWEEN I N N E S OTA NEBRASKA, COLORADO, CALIFORNIA, Missouri, Kansas and Texas. First-Class in all its lAppointmentsElegnnt Sleeping Coaches, Miller Platforms, WeRtlnghou.se Automatic Air Brakes, and all the approved appli ances for SPEED, SAFETY, and COMFORT. Tea Hours Time and Hundreds Miles Distance Saved, by taking this Route. of For Through Tickets, Time Tables, or other in- JL formation, apply to your Local Agent, or to the j(#"*''General Ticket Agent. St. Paul. Trains pass Kasota Station as follows: fjj GoingKast .Jit. Paul Express 7:40 a.m. St.Paul accom. 12:45 p.m. ftoin? West. Omaha Express 7:07 p. m. jWorthington accommo ,/lation 12:45 p. m. i: W. Bishop, i G. F. Lincoln, T Gen Manager, Supt. W. H. Dixon, General Ticket Agent. 0. & LI2TH13. THE CHICAGO & KORTH-WE8TURS RAILWAY Embraces ...

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 December 1878

I* 4 1 THE PARSON'S HORSE RACE. now this 'ere does beat all! I wouldn't 'a thought it o' the deacon." So spoke Sam Lawson. drooping in a discouraged, contemplative attitude in front of an equally discouraged looking horse, that had }ust been biought to him by tlie widow Simpkins for medical treatment. Among Sam's many accom Sorhood lishnients he was reckoned in the neigh an oracle in all matters of this kind, especially by -women, whose help lessness in meeting such emergencies found unfailing solace under his compas sionate willingness to attend to any busi ness that did "not strictly belong to him, and from which no pecuniary return could be expected. The widow Simpkins had bought this horse of Deacon Atkins, apparently a fair ly well-appointed brute, and capable as he was good looking. A short, easy drive when the deacon held the reins had shown off his points to advantage, and the wid ow's small stock of ready savings had come lorth freely in pajment for what she thought was a b...

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 December 1878

I uts from oTlgaro. iward I. bro! of tl i\Q. I was t'the toe [eeasy rests OWL" ChHrtes I. obledescriptioi ome tnd kinf einout crimim y4 arbitrary tyri Chafes II vncr fight the stone corona Scottish Kings from reference tp this chair rrote something about [the seftt that wears a (land,jScctlanj larts of [a marf^l of the "most He v&$ a brave, hand f\- man. -,]He was also a tad a sinister, coward ly. -i.l. chased all over En anl thfe mountainous now called Wales, iris was" before he canle to the throne. Liter he became king he was not chaste it all. .I'.'JV Qaeen Anne lia no issue except an mfortunate one %er leg, which carried leroff Ausust 1st, 1714. George III. can hkrdly be said to have eignedV he merelv frizzled. George IV. was a perfect wreck, he &id nothing but visits. We are wrong, be paid the debt tif nature June 26th,' 1830. There are many farmers who have ex- tr.* good butter cbwsj.and do not know it. They have poor pastures.in summer, and no shelter and indifferent ...

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 December 1878

$r npwTfcm AND^ICI^ITY. jiffj-Wednesday, December 2jth, 1878. I Traveler's. Ai\i|jf Winona & Saint P,eter Bailway. ^r Going Eastl ight train No.-,13 is per mitted to carr v^assengeis be lween Ka sota and Sleepy E$e. Trai''No 14 car "lies, passengers oa Satttpflays only. J. B. tRrsisEL, Agent. Merry Christmas. AVith tnis number. Volume 3So. 1 of the Review closes. 'New/ Year's cards at the REVI EW office^ See notice of city cleik ZSTiXriri afi otfyer column. We are prepared to furnish any quantity ot New Year's caitlg^pf new and novel designs, on short notice., Peter Herrian wishes us to, say that he is now prepared to deliver W4sh ice I in any g&rt of the city at 50 cents pei load. The teachers and pupils of our/, pub lic schools have a week's,holiday'vaca- tion. Two very large and beautiful sun dogs were visible on each side of the sun yesterday morning. It's been nip and tuck with us to get out a paper this week, and tuck came very near getting the better of us., Last Sund...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 25 December 1878

4 II TO -m 'iw xfa iQi Nk Winona & Saint PMe? Enilway rgk&iiing East- M:p^enger.:^66o&?*646a.m tflghtffttss'ger.C* .ta,07.it.m'.,t4,G7p.m' Pi-pight NQ. 14... *6,ao a.m'. *6,30 a .n* Erfeignt,tfoyiG.^|i*7,00 p.m^7,O0 firing l^eni. Arrvve/^lWeparL^ Day Pa^enffer..^j^7k0p.irT.'*7,40p.ra Wjgfytio. 15...* .*3,30 p.i. f4,Q7 p.m., Freight No. 1$-- .*12,2CU,m. 12,20 a%iri Exceptn. J.lWe^ferMon. -JEx c.ejpt Sat. Fright train $w4l3 is "per 'jmjittfedto carr^passengeiJ9bejtvee Ka isot&and SJeepy 'Ej&e.* TrajarNo. 14 car- sot*1 lies .passengers N Hi Sffs 4a 41 fl 1 *& frm&& ,1 Year's,'cards 'at the, REVI EW $ jfT* office^ ,w (QHUISTMAS BALLAnton Henle of the^ew Ulm House, in Milford, has arranged a merry Christmas ball for tb-morrow1 cjudiiig supper1. Thfe. annual meeting of the Board of Directors for 1879' of the Firemen's Life Association of this State, will be held in Mankato January 14th. If the weather clerk, did forget this section when'he was distributing ...

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. — 1 January 1879

*tik^ntiimWHRtt8ttHfc V" anew. IT WEDNESDAY BY BLETER City Drajr Storfc SRM81 TSAB IX ASTAKCS. AOTlttTISUNt. makes a Square. H. 1 ?5| 1 508 HI 25 2 00 B&wUoO 5 00] 7 0010 8 0012 00 3 6 001 4 50 8 75 6 00 6 0010 Ob 0016 0030 16 00 30 0050 lyr 00 10 00 16 00 00 00 IN,- asAXSDiAuunr hilars, les, "Whips, Saddlery, Blankets, etc., etc. all custom work pertaining -omptly attended to. oortoZiher'i Saloon, NEW ULM. Dealer te and PROVISION'. ed and Green Fruit, TOJ AND FEEH. MIT AND TflLWW TTAWL NEW TJI/tf, MINN. 5*. Counselor AT LAW. TO LOAN. en's National Bank. SETTER, PHOP'E. AW OV9.1t, President. '^MJ.H A ".,:&<. the moat centrally located ie. city and affards good ample Rooms. C.H.Rose, Cashier. CO n. and Centre Street*. MINNESOTA. Id all business pertaining to banking TLT ATTENDED TO. 1 RESPONSIBILTir oo.oool DBIUA. JOAN BflMT flm CityMill, New Ulm, Minn day and night, and can supply uf beat brands of Flour at rates on abort notice. red machinery for the grinding nd fodder, ...

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. — 1 January 1879

JAS. BOBELETETER, Proprietor. WBW TJLM MINNESOTA CURENT TOPICS. 'Saratoga "finds herself bankedrupted i:he failure of all her banks, and in mid winter. The people who go there in mid summer should take up a collection. Lord Beaconsfield is described as hav ung a face waxen and habitually ashen pale, on which suffering and pleasure, or Indeed emotion of any kind, i* never allowed to appear. As to his walkj it is -"a curious panther-like stride." There is a malicious hint abroad that 'General Grant will print a bopk of his ^travels. He should reflect upon it a long timetill alter he is well started on the third term, in fact. Grant has done a great many things that can be forgiving, tmt it's sometimes hard to forgive a man .who makes a book. The Legislature of Missouri has been (petitioned by the Grand Junta of several ^counties to revive the whipping post in that State. The Boons County jury argues "that "more punishment is imposed on the honest taxpayer than is inflicted on the crim...

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. — 1 January 1879

And peak *epaptefofcr^fJJ 1 lo te children come. sAnd,, lo, teelittle )i M 1 A statelyfirtree rear* its Head*.,! g^ With 6tare and tapers all ablaze fe And quivering in'the fairy rays,, -The glittering,loaded branches spread. & Andthe childish hearts withjoys o'erflow, And on the birth-day long ago $* They ponder with a grave delight. ^fllien to their gifts they tarn once more, ^4 And in the present BUBBhine lost, They fear no future tempest-tossed, iCSBnt unto fairy regions soar" \$$o ciree, no fears, a happy time Of laughter tears that cannot stay An April dav, a year of May, Pealed in and'out with Chriatmas chime. "iy-* LOST ASD POUND. A Christmas Story* CHAPTER I. TEE WANDEKINO WOMAN. Wouldit never cease? we asked, as we sat, 1 yoking out from the window, and watched Ibe big, feathery flakes. Driven here and there in wild swirls and eddies, by the wind, thick as the motes that people the sun beams," the snow came down, obscuring the air, obliterating the ways, blurring the s...

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. — 1 January 1879

l^U*** %rm Albion Correspondence. Editor Review: The general financial pressure and consequent "hferd times" are$ keenly felt here as elsewhere. The present outlook indeed, seems rathe^' diirk, but with gold at par, in adyance pt He sumption," we may lqok with coufi dance for a more jsolid financial basis in the near future'. Taxes and whiskey are high while pork and provisions are low. Since some men will have their grog and the t.ixmau will have the cash, it is well that food is cheap nowadays. Since the settling up of this town there has never been a time when men found it so hard to meet their liabilities. In this part we have had wet and dry, hail and 'hoppers, bjizzard and blight in plentiful profusion, but never were we so involved as the present season in which we prepared for an abundant harvest which we never reapedf Still, we have a little heart left, and we hope for the good time coming. A\\ seem, somewhat, courageously pushing forward either for good or ill. The pleasan...

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. — 1 January 1879

V*l nit St Sioux Cityft.R. Sioux City & St. Paul R. ^Woftbington & Sioux Falls R.R. SiOUX CITY ROUTE Thfl People's Fayorite Line, MIN NESOTA NEBRASKA, COLORADO, CALIFORNIA, Missouri) Kansas and Texas. flrsUClasa la all its lAppointmentsElegant Sleeping Coachea, Miller Platforms, Westlnghouse Aatomattc Air Brake*, and all the approved appli- SPEED, SAFETY, and COMFORT. Ten Hours Time and Hundreds of Miles Distance Saved, by taking this Route. Tor Through Tickets, Time Tables, or other in. formation, apply to yoor Local Agent, or to the General Ticket Agent. St. Paul. Trains pass Kasota Station as follows: G*lnff East. St. PaulExpms 7:40 a.m. St.Paalaccom. 12:45 p.m. G*lasr Went. Omaha Express 7:07 p. m. Worthington accommo dation 12:45 p. m. J. W. Bishop, G. P. Lincoln, Gen. Manager, Supt. W. H. Dixon, General Ticket Agent. THE CHICAGO, Milwaukee St. Paul Railway, 1 0 THE VERY BEST LINE FOR INONA. LA CROSSE, SPARTA, OWATONNA, PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, MCGREGOR, MADISON, MILWAUKEE, CH...

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. — 1 January 1879

A Visit Skim St. Nicholas. &i 'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature wasstirring,not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care. In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be i there. The children were nestled all snug in their beds While visions of sugar plums danced in their heads And Mamma in her kerchief.ahd I in my cap, Hadjust settled our brains for alone winter's nap- When out on the lawn there arose such a clat ter, sprang from my bed to see what was the matter Away to the window I flew like a flash, Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash The moon, on the breast of the new-fallen snow, Gave a lustre of mid-day to objects below When, what to my wondering eyes should appear, But a minature sleigh, and eight tiny rein deer With a little old driver, so lively and quick, I knew in a moment it must be St. NICK. More rapid than eagles his coursers they came. And he whistled, and shouted, and called them by name "Nov, Das...

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. — 1 January 1879

r\ h& iyl Do jou ItldufttitfMwt ^therf^Happyjyes we squabble a great __- iind about what?" "Piul pretends always that it is he who cares the most, for me, nnd I'm very wire that itia -IP' n-' we squabble a great defel." Z? MAlrs4frl Ham&tlt&tmto* the Sew Year The wj^reuowned success of Hostettei's Bittersy*"* their continued popularity for a nuari* of a century as a stomachic, is scarce ly yore wonderful than the welcome that rntetsthe annual appearance of Hostrtter's tfnanac This valuable medical treatise is Published by Hostetter & Smith, Pittsburgh, ?a., under their own immediate supervision, 'employing 80 hands in that department. Ten cylinder printing presses, 8 folding machines, 5 job presses, &c., are running about eleven months in the year on this work, and the issue of same for 1879 will not be less than ten millions, printed in the English, German, French. Welsh, Norwegian, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian and Spanish languages. Refer to a copy of it for valu...

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. — 1 January 1879

NEW ULM ANp yiCIjriTff. Wednesday, January ,1st, 4879. The Review wishes everybody a happy and prosperous New Year. The Board of County Commissioners will meet he,xt Tuesctay. For several days to come, men will persist in dating their communications 1878. Tearing down shanties and demolish ing stoves, etc., is a dear passtime, as several young men in the town of Cot tonwood have found out to their cost. The Christmas trees, at the Luther an church and at Turner Hall and the hop at Arbeiter Hall, last Thursday evening, were entirely successful and drew crowded" houses. MARRIEDIn Sleepy Eye, Dec. 25th, 1878, by Rev. O. P. Champlin, Hans Roy and Martha Mckinzie, both of Brown county. No one of our readers should fail to read the "New Year's Greeting." pre pared by R. P. A. Nix, which is print ed on our calendars. A heavy Eastern mail, delayed for three days by snow storms, arrived here last Monday evening. Minnesota so far this season has not been troubled that way. We learn from the R...

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. — 8 January 1879

'I I fc JOS. BOBLETKR. Office over City Drug Store. TERMS O D0LL4B FEB YEAK IN AVACK. MAVKS ADTKBfltlMi. Ten Lines "BBKVIEB" Spa I Square Squares TU Column S Column 1 Column M. i JUENEMANN, XX. iTEFFERLE, 8TONB, Woonmr AND X7ILIA "STAR*. MINN. ST., NEW Ul/W, MINN. F. WEBBER, B. attorney & Counselor AT LAW. MONEY TO L0AK Office over Citizen's National Bank. Ift .*EW ULM, MINNESOTA WAAKOTA HOUSE, &pr. POST OFFICENEW TJMC, Mnra.. ADOLl'H SETTER, PROP'B. CTils bouse is the inost centrally located house in the city and affords good Sample Rooms. CHADBOURN, President. NEW ULM lumtxo. fUBUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY makes a Square. lw|lm|3m 751 1 501 3 00 125 2 00 3 00 4 00 5 00 7 0010 8 00 12 0016 6m 450 600 0016 16 0030 00 lyr 9 00 10 00 00 00 50 00 376 6 0010 00 0030 MANUFACTURER AND DBALBS UT Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Whips, Saddlery, Blankets, etc., etc., etc. Upholdtery, and all custom work pertaining to my business promptly attended to. Ifinn. St., Next Door to Ziher't Saloon...

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. — 8 January 1879

Hew HX ^tmtvo, JAS BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEW ULM MINNESOTA CURENT TOPICS. Farmers can find much to their profit in a study ot the markets, both domestic and foreign. Keep -watch of the move ments of breadstuff's and stock, and note the fluctuations of prices and the shrink ages as compared with former years. There is food for reflection here. Postmaster Anderson, of Pittebnrg, has been notified, by the Department at Washington, teat the scratch ot a pen or any other mark on a circular, intend ed to call particular attention to one fea ture of the circular, does not subject the same to a higher rate of postage than for the original matter unmarked. Michigan and Illinois rank as among the first of western States having little or no State debt to pay. Illinois ha3 for years been virtually out of debt, that re maining being only such as payment would not be accepted on until due, and for which there is ample provision. Michigan is nearly out of debt, and in a few years will have no S...

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. — 8 January 1879

1 "5 1 A RESCUEIBOM CANFIBALS. 'A Story For New Years. fluid a came down into the bowels of the earth to find me, as she usually was compelled to do. There was no necessi ty for her remaining amid the rust and roaches, the gloom and interminable stream, of tbat cavernons kitchen floor of ours on Brooklyn Heights. We had kept boarders now for years and years, or per haps the boarders haa kept us or it might have been a mutual eking out ot existence. But I took care of the cook ing, because in that the main strength of success lay, and 1 didn't want to keep boarders all my life. When we began it was to please broth er Bob. He was a well-to-do salesman in the city, and used to come down to the dear old"homestead with BO many airs and graces about him that we grew to look upon him with a sort of awe, and wonder if this pinky gentleman in the high hat and lioen duster could be ourBob that used to kick all the bottoms out of the chairs, and never bad a whole knee in his breeches: that rob...

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. — 8 January 1879

1 1 1 i ii 1 i I Ollt EUROPEA N LETTER. PRESENTATION OF NEW COLONS TO THE HEROES OF INKERMAgJJT AND WATERLOO. PROPOSER PUJlC^ASK OF1URKEY. THE JEWS ASiSG A PERMANENT HOME. THE SANXTAKy CONDITION OP PABT. (From our regular sprresponrient.)^H LONDON, December 20th, 187S. Within the precincts of'that Boy al Palace" at'"svliicn one hundred and sixty 4hteyga'r$ ago the firgt of th,e Hanoverian Kings proclaimed their predecessors the '"King's 0wn, ?,t the officers and'nien of the 4tH Regiment received yesterday new dolors from the hand of the Queen. The title of King's Own" was well deserved,' at least from a Protesf jmt' Monarch. Raised in 1684, ostensiblyjas Major Arthur Ijrifriths points out in his work on "Th li'ngjish Army" to reinforce the gai-nsqu pf Tangier, but really with the intentipii of add ing substantially to the military strength of Charles, the 2nd Tangier Regiment, as it was lirst called be came, when it returned to England in 1685, the Duchess of York and Albany's Regim...

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. — 8 January 1879

If St. PauV& Sioux City R, R. Sioux City & St. Paul R. R. Worthington & Sioux Fails R. R. THEOLD E LIABLE SIOUX CITY ROUTE The People's Favorite Line, BETWKEK MINNESOTA AND NEBRASKA, COLORADO, CALIFORNIA, Missouri, Kansas and Texas. First-Class in all its |AppointmentsElegant Sleeping Coaches, Miller Platforms, Westinghonse Automatic Air Brakes, and all the approved appli ances for SPEED, SAFETY,.and COMFORT. Ten Hours Time and Hundreds of Miles Distance Saved, be taking this Route. For Through Tickets, Time Tables, or other in formation, apply to your Local Agent, or to the General Ticket Agent. St. Paul. Trains pass Kasota Station as follows: Going East. St. Paul Express 7:40 a.m. St.Paul aceom. 12:45 p.m. Going- West. Omaha Express 7:07 p. m. Worthington accommo dation 12:45 p. m. J. W. Bishop, G. F. Lincoln, Gen. Manager, Supt. W. H. Dixon, General Ticket Agent. THE CHICAGO, Milwaukee i St. Paul 18 THE VERY BEST LINE FOR WINONA. LA CROSSE, SPARTA. OWATONNA, PRAIRIE D...

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. — 8 January 1879

January 1. Win*r is come gvn. The sweet south-west I- aforgotton -wind, and the strong earth is laid aside its mantle to be bound By the frost-fetter. There is not a sound, Save of the skater's heel, and there is laid An icy finger on the lip of storms, And the clear icicle hangs cold and still. And the snow-fall is noiseless as a thought. Spring has arashingsound, and Summer sends Manvsweet voices with its odors out, And Autumn rustleth its decaying robe With a complaining whisper. Winter's dumbI God made his ministry a silent one. And he hasgiven him afoot of steel And an unlovely aspect, and a breath Sharp to the sensesand we know that He Tempereth well, and hath a meaning hid Under the shadow of His hand. Look up And it shall be interpreteaYour home Hath a temptation now! There is no voice Of waters with beguiling for your ear. And the cool forest and the meadows green Witch not your feet away and in the dells There are no violets, and upon the hills There are no sunny places to...

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. — 8 January 1879

Passengers on the Stream ofTime. Down the swift stream of Time we float, And each with the freight in our life's frail boat, Roses or thornswith Bone or sigh We suatch from thebanks we're speeding by. None do *e meet one way we ride, And all on a never returning tide. Whether our sky may lower, or beam. The waters will show, for it paints the stream Ytt, if its face be wild, or black, No haven is near and we can't go back Though we put off more high,more low, We all to tiie mouth of the stream must go. Then from our skiff and lading we Shall hasten to. launch on a shoreless sea, Each in his breast a pearl must bear To enter the ark of Mercy there. They who are found without the gem, O. dark is the plunge to be made by them. Ever adown the stream we fleet. Where anchored are none, and where none we meet. Who is insured, when time shall fail. An ocean of bliss serene to sail? He who in time with all could part To purchase the Pearl of a Holy Heart. Hannah F. Gould. THE RIGHTS O CHILDR...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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