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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 1 November 1893

My Sweethearts Face -that's my wife's you know—wear? a cheerful, life-is-worth-living expres sion, ever since 1 presented her a box01 WHITE RUSSIAN She is always recommending Kirkh oaps to her friends—says she is, ihroiigh with experiments—has juct vhat she needed to make labor easy, and ensure perfectly clean clothes Lhe knows what she's talking about— riDii't. forget it. JA5. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. isky Diamon Tar Soap ifi£3r£t*S& 6 6 SJ f1 A Large StocK of the Best Patterns -xl the iii 1 lanonng PKTER MOEGER, PROP. The goods are of Foreign and Domes tic manufacture and of superior quality |j£if~ Fit Guaranted. ^^^gfl JOSEPH SCHMUCKER, Prop, Pure beer sold in quantities to suit the purchaser. Special attention paid to the bottling of beer. Meat Market •-CHAS. STI tfBE-^ A large supply of fresh meats, sau sages, hams, lard, etc. constantly on hand. All orders from the country promptly attended to. ...._ CuBh for F.BURG Manufacturer of and Dealer in CIGARS, TOBACCOS. PIPES....

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. — 1 November 1893

ft',**-1".''/1? M««»iM«BBnmBu«ainMBHiaEBaB«awiBaara^ JleW Ulm Review F.W. JOHNSON, Editor *nd Prop Wednesday, November 1,' 1893. Reflections of a Democrat. Now we have a compromise, the Lord be praised! We Democrats can get to gether. We have differences? Of course, but now we can unite—one triumphant party. On principles? Oh, of course, all have to yield something in order to agree, and the Administration yields the principles, while the other ellows prom ise to do something by-and-by, if they don't change their minds. That is the blessing of a compromise. All yield for the sake of the party. Is it all for silver, and nothing for no body else? But we did the best we could do. We must do something, or be dis graced. We could not adopt Tom Reed rule, and count men who were in sight That would be infamous. It was infin itely better to let business wait and lan guish. The great thing is that we have a compromise and can agree. A Republican act? Well, so much the better. The Republicans...

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. — 1 November 1893

Mrs. Mary C. Madtsij Otter Creek, Me, iliU £9 ever ExpccCori to I Hood' Cave Good Health. "Tf T.: r• ::i t-'-.e tinie to rcai tlii-, letter, I »:.':! ycu v/Iiat IIco-J's Sarsuparilla .:_•. Thro? years n~ 1 v. a taken :•.:! -ever, anJ aitiioiii-'.i I slept in a ::i »n winter. I wonl I und the light- est bSd clothing too warm and would perspire till I could not speak, then I would have chills and would shake so it would scorn made the house tremble. Three physieiauo attended me at different times, but did not help me, and I I Nlust Die. Eut I read so much of what Hood's Sarsapa rtlla was doing for others, I thought I ouid try it. and I believe it has saved mj- HiiV. I Hood's SarsaoarsSSa a enough since it has done me so much good." Sl£s. MAKY C. HADLEY, Otter Creek, Me. Pills do not purge, pain or gripe, but act promptly, easily and efficiently. 23c GROCERIES CROCKERY GLASSWARE Stock selected with care. Goods delivered to all partis of the itv. Mrs. Laudenschlaeger Dealer in OVES A W ...

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. — 1 November 1893

I V' CLOSED THE FAIR. On Account of the Assassination Mayor Harmon the Exercises The fair.closed in mourning and with its flags at halt mast. Instead of the festival of-oratory and song which was to have filled in the afternoon there were services of a memorial character. Instead of the scene* of dazzling splendor th^t was to have crowned a day of brilliancy in speech and music, only necessary lights burned and the White City was shrouded in darkness at an earlier hour than since its opening. So with the death of Mayor Harrison the life and gaiety of the exposition went out forever. The somber appearance that the buildings wore and the solemn ities that were observed here in xnemoriam of the departure of Chi cago's clyef magistrate, who was also one of the life sinews of the fair, was a singularly appropriate way to close the greatest exposition of history, whose distinctive beauty will in a few more days be changed into a mass of con glomerated ruins. On Sunday there was a conferen...

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. — 1 November 1893

THE CRITIC. The critic, analyzing in hie art The work of poet, painter, artisan, Must mate their spirit his, if that he can Be sure of knowing their immortal part. How- can the mind, unless it is intense In certain ch6rds, be able to respond To kindred chords in others? Else the bond Is wanting. The bold beggar, lacking pence. Supping with kings, at eating is their peer. And a true critic was the painter old Depicting in his picture, soft yet bold. The charms which gave a halo to his sphere In painting Christ in beauty andgold hair. He drew himself, a man extremely fair. —Edward S. Creamer in New York Sun. AUNT ES. I first met her in the family of a friend in Amsterdam. Everybody called her Aunt Es. ber full name being Estelle, or Esther, I never quite remember which. She was somewhere near 60 years of age, though only her perfectly white hair be^ traved the fact. Her skin was delicate and unwrinkled, her eyes sparkling and bright, and her teeth so firm, white and regular that one c...

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. — 1 November 1893

& fir ,: Ik" \i Binders Mowers Threshers Horses 1" NO. 21. MINN. STR. W A a IP We handle the Minneapolis Binders, the bestjin the market. Th Walter A- Yvoods, the Crown, and the Buckeye Machines are excelled by none. Get them of us. J, I. Case Agitator and Minnesota -Cruet, Lt will pay you to call on us for prices Plows & Cultivators Th Deer and Norwegian Plows and Riding and Walking Cul tivators have no equal. They are the best and cheapest. Wagons and Carriages Loo!$oytr for -the In Wagons and carriages we carry the largest stock in the city. They include the Fish Bros, and Weber Lumber wagons and the Climax and Racine buggies and carriages. We can give you good figures on all. Scaesand Flanning Mills As agents for the Fairbanks and Victor platform scales, we think we can give the public better bargains than you can get elsewhere W handle also the best grades of fanning mills and in fact all other kinds of farm implements. We trade tor and seil horses, and desire you to ca...

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. — 8 November 1893

OLD SETTLERS INSULTED. Another Slander that Ought to Burn Shame Into the Cheeks of the Authors. A Base Attempt to Make our Old Settlers Apoear as Bigoted Fire-bugs. They are Fainted as Uncivilized House Destroyers as Taunting Church Haters. Old Lies Bevived that Were Born Only in the Forked Tongues of Hatred. A Case of Meannes8,Falsehood and Ingrat itude that is without a Parallel in New Ulm's History. Old Sattlera, Thosa Whs Established The Town, Told hat They must Lsave the City 's Th'y Do it? Is The Brotherhood of 30 YeaTs to B3 Destroyed by Unkind New-comers- It is hard to believe that in the heart of any human being, who professes to stand emobedm all the virtues that man kind en]oy, there can lurk a malicious desne to he and distort the truth, that in such a man there can be any of the brute quality that forgets a good deed or a kind act when it is performed, but we are compelled to believe that there are such men—01 unprincipled hypocrites rather who hav*no sense of fairness—...

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. — 8 November 1893

a ?k N «F«t. PS M* & */1 W JNley^ Qlrr) I^cVicW Wednesday, November 8, 1S93. L. A. FRITSCHE, IM YSICIA^I AND SURGEON. ^rnale Diseases a Speoialty. Otnoe in W. Boesch's NoWBriok Block* New Ulm, Mica I)R A. HARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Olbce, Corner Minnesota and 1st H. Stnet NkvV ULM, MINN. efch extracted without pain by the ate of i^ed sir or nitrous oxide gas. 1 jLi. L. G. BELL, Residont Dentist. Office in ihe Meridian Block. t- RW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the t\ tist approved methods. ", iR. EMIL MUELLER Veterinary Surgeo g. Dentist. Tills either in the city or country pi mptly and satisfactory attended to.' Oface in the Masotiic .block, Second Floor. ^EW ULM MINN: 4 JJtt. A. KOEHNL, Veterinary Surgeon. Having treated sick animals for years 1 conscientiously recommend my-, to all who need the services of noetont Veterinary. Orders may bt» 1 ti at Union Hotel or Olson's .Drug More. N E W ULM, MINN. p^ E. BEHNKE, D. V. S. \im\m vm DEHTBI '»^Kr.« over Brown County ...

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. — 8 November 1893

Women Will Vote as usual at the next school election— but for many candidates. They giv a unanimous vote—every day in th week--in favor of RIKAS WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP because they know it has no equal as a labor and temper saver on wash-day. The "White Russian" is a great soap to use in hard or alkali water. Does not -oughen or injure the hands—is per fectly safe to use on the finest fabrics. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. Bosky Diamond Tar Soap. Mak^dt&££•!!•" ^Bfflffltrflj9flflS.^=- A Large Stock of the Be^t Patterns it the "m Establishmen* PETEII MOEGER, PUOP. The gootls arc of Foreign ami Poinct tic manufacture and of superior quality Fit Guarantee!. „^g| JOSEPH SCHMUCKER, Prop, Pure beer sold in quantities to suit the purchaser. Special attention paid to the bottling of beer. Meat Market ^"CHAS STI tfBE-^v A large supply of fresh meats, sau sages, hams, lard, etc. constantly on baad. All orders from the country promptly attended to. _, Cash Paid for Hides F.BURG Manufacturer...

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. — 8 November 1893

SUN.- ft-. it' Jkw Dim Review F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, November 8, 1893. SOME SLEEPY EYETEMS. The News of the Week Briefly Considered bv Unohoo. John Black "was entting up meat yes terday with a cleaver, and in so doing} chopped off the end of his left forefinger. Liesenfeld's mule went off on a tour of the principal streets and alleys yes terday morning. Her muleship returned in about an hour and went to work. Mrs. A. Rinkt went to New Ulm last Saturday for a week's visit with friends. Dan Moll and wife returned from their "World's Fair trip Saturday morning, after an absence of several weeks. Mr. Moll is still very week from his recent sickness, but expects to be about again soon. Otto Wesenberg, the popular clothier at Morgan, transacted business here yes terday. Onlv five runaways last week and it wasn't a very good week for runaways either. The most prominent were the following: Jorgeusen & Buelow's horse left his moorings on ednesday and was caught only aft...

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. — 8 November 1893

Mr. Herman Hicica Of Rochester, N Deaf Caused by Catarrh in the Head Catarrh is a CoNSTiTtrnor-u, disease, and requires a CONSTITUTIONAL E E like Hood's Sarsapanlla to cure it. Read: "Three years ago, as a result of catarrh, I entirely lost my bearing and was deaf for more than a year I tiled canons things to cuie it, and had several phvsicians atteirpt it, but no improvement was apDaient I could distin guish no sound. "1 was intending putting mj self under the care of a specialist when some one suggested th.it possibly Hood's Sar sapanlla would do me some good I began taking it without the expectation of any lasting help To my surprise and great joy I found when I had taken three bottles that my hear ing was returning. I kept on till I had taken three inoie It is now over a year and I can hear perfectly -well. I am troubled but veiy little with the catairh I consider this a remarkable case, and cordially recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to all who have catarrh." HERMAN HICKS, 30 Carte...

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. — 8 November 1893

J^,« tj*r*5 1 --, 2v Decision I a §1 !p'-ijh.0'' Uiidi-iS' i^llafiS^sgaMk^ A ^p.: t- AGAINST SETTLEKS Land Gran Case a or Spring-. A S A N D, Wis. Nov 7.—Secretary Hoke Smith has made another decision, the full text of which has just been re ceived at the United States land office, by which the Omaha road secures un disputed possession of 35,000 acres of land. The case is entitled "United States ex Rel. W Houlton vs. Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis and Omaha Railroad." The commission is over ruled and a quietus is put upon the ef forts of Houlton and the settlers who were after the land. In 1856 a land grant was made to Wisconsin and an other in 1860, which was conferred upon the a Crosse and Milwaukee road and is now occupied by the Omaha road which has been running for many years. In 1890 Houlton filed a declaratory state ment for a portion of the lands. Four for mer decisions have been made by which 200,000 acres remained unappropriated and was opened to homestead entry. In 1887 S...

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. — 8 November 1893

^MIIIJltKIMiataa ^V~ V**^ w^ftrlP WHEN LIFE IS DONE. When life is done avail naught The pleasure that we dearly bought. The wealth we risked our souls to (rain, The honor won through toil and pain. The title coveted and sought. No worldwide fame availeth aught No name, no marvel science taught. When earth and earthly objects wane, When life is done. The kindly deed for others wrought, Thp patient word, the generous thought. The effort made by hand or brain 'Gainst might for right, though made in vain, Shall be by God forgotten not When life is done. —Donahoe's Magazine. ST. GABELLE'S INN. My Uncle Bayle wag a man whomov •ery one loved and welcomed as a visitor. His home was not as ours was, in the little city of Mirepoix, but in a grand chateau, with crimson roof and shutters, in the environs of Foix. A lawyer by profession and pressed with business, he .never let a fortnight pass without com ing to see our mother, and there were many of us to greet him, for Uncle Bayle was the elde...

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. — 8 November 1893

M--" K\ *H V$ft' S?»,'.*! '•*,,' .- DEALEBSIN ",^«'-rf Binders iffowe rs Threshers Horses W A. Hubbard. 1 tf" 1 t" k)e .^0U Knew „That there is economy in us- ing good flour? Shelf Hardware & Farm Implements. We handle the Minneapolis Binders, the best|m the market, The Walter A- Woods, the Crown, and the Buckeye Machines are excelled by none. Get them of us. J, I. Case AgitatDr and Minnesota Chier, It wui pay] you to call on us for prices Plows & Cultivators The Deer and Norwegian Plows and Riding and Walking Cul tivators have no equal. They are the best and cheapest. Wagons and Carriages .' In Wagons and carriages we carry the largest stock in the city. They include the Fish Bros, and "Weber Lumber wagons and the Climax and Racine buggies and carriages. We can give you good figures on all. Scaes and Flanning Mills Lookout* for the HADYANCE As agents for the Fairbanks and Victor platform scales, we think we can give the public better bargains than you can get elsewhere We h...

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. — 15 November 1893

COL. BOBLETER'S SCALP. Seems to be the Object of John W. Arc tander. The State Treasurer is Charged with Tak ing "Personal'' Interest Uoon iState Moneys. IBut at Last Accounts the Ool. was not Wor rying Over the Charges. Minnesota may have a back interest trial on its hands that will only be sec ond to the famous cases that were brought against the ex-state treasurers of "Wisconsin whereby they were compelled •to pay back to the state some hundreds of thousands of dollars, if a Minneapo lis affidavit is to be believed. The mat ter came out in the receivership proceed ings in the case of the Bank of New Eng land, which came up before Judge Rus sell Saturday morning. At that time Assistant Attorney General Edgerton stated that he was of the opinion that a receiver should be appointed who had had no connection with the bank before its iissignment. Mr. Edgerton gave as his reason for that request the statement that an affidavit had been tiled with him charging that State Treasurer Josep...

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. — 15 November 1893

^\(Z\A) -i #& \jr ^$^^lfW^ CJlrr) lY^Vicw Wednesday, Novembe 1."), 1893. )R. L. A. FRITSCHE, r.i V31C1AN AND SURGEON. tfsmale Diseases a Speoialty. OUUM W. Boesch's Naw'Briak Blook. Ne Ulm, a A. A 1 1 E N ii ESI J) KX I KITTIST. Othco. 'lornot Minnesota and lsi JM. Street Nkv\' I N N '-eih a .---:.cio'j without pain by tbe use of »i i:cmt a ur aureus oxide gas. •j jU L. G. E Resit!oiit Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block *-E\V ULM I N N extracted without pain by the jii^si a lit. E I E E Vstsrlsary Snrj-faoa flautist. (•alls either in the oity or country promptly and satisfactionsiy attended to (Ji'ilce in the Mawrnfl iIock, Second Floor •HEW I N N 3 A. O E N Veterinary Surgeon. a in treated sick a a a for a 1 vui conscientiously re sdf to all need the services, of t» '!iu elrnt Veterinary O a bn -.ft. at on el or Olson' fcJiore. NEW ULM, MINN. E E E I I N E V. S. \IMM mm OESTIS '»fKr.n over Brow County Bank Finai tn\ii ta iii:.?' r,c§r of the buildm*?. wher a horses can he ie...

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. — 15 November 1893

tea, |ISl f/*11 N e^ Llln evic 3 Wednesday, November 15, 1893. A- FBITSCHB,-. *i VSICTAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Speoialty. Ofuoa in W. Boesoh's Naw'Brwk Block. NewUlm, Mica T)R.A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DRSTI8T. Offic.6. Corner Minnesota and 1st 11. 6treet NKAV J/LM, »il. EMIL MUELLER J)K. A. KOEHNL, MINN. ireth eii^Jtcted without pa!a by the use ol »t \i/.*a\ air or niirons oxide gas. JJU. L. G. BELL, 'Resident Dentist* Office in trie Meridian Block. P.W. ULM, MINN. Tooth extracted r/tlbout pain by the uf.~,i approved.methods. Vfitefteary§zr$zon $ Qefillst. rails either in the v^ity or country promptly and satisfactory attended to. Office in the Masorntf .slock, Second Floor. •SEW ULM MINN. Veterinary Surgeon, Having treated sick animals for years I cm conscientiously recommend my. K«M to all who need the services, of a 'inpetpnt Veterinary. Orders may bt» 'it at Union Ilptei or Olson's Drug jstore. NEW ULM, MINN. E. BEHNKE, D. V. S. llfJHffl 1I33E3 3 U9 |)UL 0 HJE&CU, DENTIS...

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. — 15 November 1893

Yotif Is Outof Order or Soft Water is scarce^ don't worry yourself for a moment— \o right ahead and use hard water with and you'll never know the difference. The clothes will be just as white, clean and sweet-smelling, because the "White Russian" is specially adapted for use in hard water. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. Bosky Diamond Tar Soap.Bert te£d£* ig8fflIB?¥jB}86l9S.r'u=^~ A Large iStoeK of the Best Patterns -it thiir- Merchant Tailoring "M PfcTEtt MOEGEK, PHOP. The goods are of Foreign and Domes tic manufacture and of superior quality jJEsP Fit Guaranted. ^g£ JOSEPH SCHMUCKER, Prop, Pure beer sold in quantities to suit the purchaser. Special attention paid to the bottling of beer. Meat Market •*~-"CHAS. NT! ?'.BE~^*- A large supply of fresh meats, sau sages, li.-ims, lard, etc. cwnstnntly on hand. All orders from the country promptly attended to. •Oasli Paid for Hides F.BURG iiiufacliirerof and Denie in CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES. Corner Minn, and Centre Str. New Ul Minn IG. ...

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. — 15 November 1893

if Yottr Cistern Is Out of Orje/ •. tor Soft Water Is scarce, don't worry yourself for a moment— yp right ahead and use hard waterwith WHITE RUSSIAN! and you'll never know the difference. The clothes will be just as white, clean and sweet-smelling, because the "White Russian" is specially adapted for use in hard water. A S. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. Dnsky Diamond Tar Soap. Bert BMP for tbe Handi. -^|Bffliii*r§afi!!s.l^- A Large StocK of ^lie Best Patterns ti rlif PETER MOEGEH, PROP. The goods are of Foreign and Domes tic manufacture and of superior quality J3T" Fit Guaranted. JOSEPH SCHMUCKEB, Prop, Pure beer sold in quantities to suit the purchaser. Special attention paid to the bottling of beer. Meat Market A large supply of fresh meats, sau sages, hams, lard, etc. cwn&tantly on hand. All orders from the cauntry promptly attended to. •Casli lPaid for Hiies* F.BURG Manufacturerof and Dealerin TOBACCOS, PIPES. Corner Minn, and Centre Str. New Ulm Minn AUG. SGHELL, BREWER AND M...

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. — 15 November 1893

Jtaw Ulm Review P.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, November 15, 1893. SOME SLEEPY EYETEMS. The News of the Week Neatly Dished up bv Unohoo. Mrs. Marsden, of Anoka, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Knudson. Rev. Fr. Preine, of Faribault, made a brief call Friday on his way to Spnng liciti. ..t. Ernst Rollof of the Volksblatt was here last Thursday looking for sub scribers. v. If your corns or bunions trouble you} John Kiefer, our obliging barber will be glad to loan you a razor to use on the abnormalities in question and thereby hangs a tale—but out of consideration for John's youth and inexperience we shall refrain from going too deeply into the matter. Mr. K. will be only too happy to explain matters to those inter ested. R. H. Bingham received word from Dover, this state, Sunday morning, of the death of his mother at the advanced age of 82 years. Mr. and Mrs. Bingham left for Dover yesterday to attend the funeral. M. Mullen was in town yesterday looking up business and h...

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