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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 15 November 1893

Mrs. Mary E. O'tfalioit of Piqua, O., says the Phy sicians aro Astonished, and look at her like OUP '!*JI from Pi' Lcr^r c?.na TerribBe Illness from Blood Poisoning C3::i2^'-^4C?t/ Cured by Hood's Sarcaparilla. Mr-,. ::—y E. O'Fallon, a very intelligent lady of Fiqua, Ohio, was poisoned while as sisting physicians at an autopsy 5 years ago, and soon terrible ulcers broke out on her head, arms, tongue and throat. Her hair all came out. She weighed but 78 lbs., and saw no prospect of help. At last she "began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and at once im proved could soon get out of bed and walk. She says: I became perfectly cured by Hood's SarsapariBSa and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs., eat well and do the work for a large family. My case seems a wonderful recovery and physicians look at me in astonishment, as almost like one raised from the dead." HOOD'S PlLLS should be In ever7 family medicine chest. Once used, always preferred. O E I E S O E A S S W A E A S A E S E S W keep 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. — 15 November 1893

F&i 1' j& ».' ITWASMABOLICAI Attempt to Wreck an Omaha Passen g-ei* Train Near Sioux Falls Junction. Ten-Suites Pulled From the Eails Along- a High Embank ment. Scheme of the .Robbers Foiled by .Tlieir Attempt to Holfl Up a Farmer. ST. PAUL, NOV. 14.—The Dispatch has the following: Minnesota has had a nifh-ow escape from reporting to the world a story of one of the most diabol ical train wrecks and robberies in the annals of crime. The scheme was only thwarted by the haste and cupidity of the villains who planned it. The train was the Omaha from Sioux City due in St. Paul at 7:40. The train, after leav ing Sioux Falla Junction, coming this way, passes down a very heavy grade, oh either side of which is a steep em bankment, and on this grade 10 spikes Ijad been drawn from the rail by a gang of men intent on wreck e.nd robbery. L. P. Hunt of Mankato told The Dis patch the story as he learned it before he left home. Foiled by a Robbery. ," It appears that a farmer living about ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 15 November 1893

1YILY BAENSTORMEKS "TRICKS WHICH ARE PLAYED BY IM PECUNIOUS THESPIANS. S me of he Us to a he Landlor I to a Arriva of he a he Trunk Trick. Any one who knows the look of the •barnstormer" can tell him at a glance. ?t is the fine days that bring him out. Little is seen of him on wet and rainy •lays, but give Old Sol just half a chance •and you wonder at the array of immacu- I late linen, cigarettes and Prince Alberts exhibited by these fly by night stars, whose ways of securing an existence are as ingenious as they are manifold. The men, with but few exceptions, are bar bers or waiters who do not work at their trade, as they are either too light for heavy work or too heavy for light work, The ladies are as a rule the possessors of good homes, which they desert to follow their cherished calling. A company of Keystone talent leaves Philadelphia to play the state of New Jersey. Their stock in trade consists' of a §25 bank roll and several bun dles—not trunks—of wardrobe. Of course they a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 15 November 1893

V. ik Binders Mowers Threshers We take Eggs at the highest market price in exchange for goods. W A a '-.Be ^©u Knew That there is economy in us- ing good flour? Rlossner & Mueller DEALERS IN Shelf Hardware & Farm Implements. We handle the MinneapDlis Binders. the be^tjin the market. he Walter A. "Woods, the Crown, and the Buckeye Machines are excelPed by none. Get them of us. J, I Case Agitator and Minnesota Chiet, Lt will nay vtu 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 es 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 We handle als...

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. — 22 November 1893

JOS. BOBLETER GUILTLESS. Minneapolis Bankers Bear Witness to His Honesty. They State that the State Treasurer Ne ver .Received a Gent of Per sonal Interest. Incidentally They Pay thi Colonel Many Compliments for His Honesty, A. J. Blethen Disposes of the Arctander Affidavit in a Few Sharp Sentences. The bankers of Minneapolis on Friday came to the conclusion that Col. Boble ter had been maligned sufficiently and of their own motion made simple state ments which fully exonerate the state treasurer. The following statements will outweigh Lawyer Arctander's affidavit, and will be welcome reading for Col. Bobleter's many friends. GOT. McGill, Sc. Paul and Minneapo lis Trust Company—I have known Col. Bobleter for twenty-live years, and, I know him to be an honest man. He ne ver received a cent from us in any way nor did lie ever suggest any such thing. J. T. Wyniiiii, Metropolitan Bank—No -aich tiling was ever suggested, and we never paid a cent for such deposits in any way. Lieut. Gov. ...

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. — 22 November 1893

It J\Z\R}. 1\3 If/ fc 1 i! t-F. I1'- •asaBtameinvtmti urn— Cllrr) Review Wednesday, November 22 1893 f)R. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON^ Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesch's New*Briok Bloofc. New Ulm, Mica r)R. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST?}, Office. Corner Minnesota and Isi K. Street' NEW ULM MINN •Vela ertr.-ictod without pain by the tue o{ n' )'/KI1 a or nitrous oxide sias. Ii. L. G. BEL evident is Offteo in the Meridian JSlocki ", lit. EMIL ML-ELLEU MINN. Y-.-s.th f!\- i':icr('d without- pain by tho :.••-!. ',ivnrovij.l jutilhods. Y^!l^r2i:r^oi3 fjsMIst i'slV either in the vjity or country •'.• •'.•- :•',y iuv.1 a is a to attended toJ: •Lilce in the ZSILIWJ'T. block, Second *-:w ULM MINN: Ml. A. KOKII&L, A ¥t ie$'l,t.ai'sj Surgeon.- ^avin trtjatod sick aainials for years I IMIH eons('i« iions!y recommend my«j K••'••i to till who nood the services of a upotont. Veterinary. Orders may bt» •/(. at Union Hotel or Olson's Dro !a lure. N E W ULM, MINN. A E. BE...

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. — 22 November 1893

v. Wednesday, NoVembW 22/1893. f)R. L. A. FRITSCHE, .PHYSICIAJV AND SURGEONA Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesoh's New'Briok Blook* Mica y#s#«#New Ulm, !tlr34%r)R. A. MARDEN, $£& -"/&. RESIDENT DEXTI8ZX}, liS:^-'-- -V7-' OfHc«. Corner Minnesota and 1st H. Street' NEW 0LM .. I'eetii extracted without pain by the "fii hzed air or nitrous oxide gaa. »U. L. G. BELL, ^15 '£&•? '.'* X&e&iilont Dentist. of X•£ Office in the Meridian Block. F.W ULM, MINN. YtbtU extracted Without pain by the m^t approved methods. ", yll. EMIL MUELLER ,: .'^ Veterinary, fjitfgeoa f)efitJLs£ Otilk cither in the uity or country, fa nr.j-i'y and satisfactorily attended toj Oi'iicG in the Mawm, .block, Second l'loor, v:\ 7 MINNJ 1 HI. A. KOEIINL, Vt tet'i/tavy Surgeon, TTavin^ treated sick animals for years I fin conscientiously recommend my^ M-it to all who need the services of I mpetent Veterinary. Orders may bo 1 -ti at Union Hotel or Olson's Brag toiore. NE W ULM, MINN.. p^ E....

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. — 22 November 1893

si ace -that's my wife's you know—wears cheerful, life-is-worth-living expres on, ever since 1 presented her a boxes She is always recommending Kirkh .ips to her friends—says she is, p'ough with experiments—has iu^ iut she .needed \o make labor easy ••A ensure perfect// clean cloches knows what she's talking about— :A"."-. torget it. JAS. S, KIRK & CO., Chicago. ft'ni»lf"!lfl T'AV ^t\n~\ .T!,-p Soap for Cists a a is»|pais. A Laru'u iJtocK he a -«.i he Merchant Tailoring ii is a 1 PKTKR MOEGER, PKOP. The goods arc t' Foreign ami D«mes tic manufacture ami of superior quality Fit Guarantee. rJg$ M^W***** AND J0SKPJ1 SCilMlTKER Prop, re !ei-r o\\ hi a ii to it re a Sju-rii a on a id he AS. KH v.BE.' A !:tr-- ujiilv of t' vli a a .-iai -:'-, iiains a el' 1 a on ha~i-id. A he iv a.tli'.i.'icil Cash Paid for Hi K-turer» in C£GASS A, ':J} .&£Jd!u W ^J *J r-5» Corner Minn, and Centre Str New Ulm BREWER AX!) MALTSTER NE W I N N Tlii* brfwe-rv is one of th-largest establishments of kin...

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. — 22 November 1893

%^iv*Mi Mjg&a -. flew Ulm Review F.W. JOHNSON,. Editor and Prop Wednesday, November 22, 1893. A REVIEW BY MR, HORR. How Men Vote when Hunger is Gnawing Their Stomachs. The elections are over j^ncl the results fully ascertained. Massachusetts has gone Republican by over 20,006 New-York, fey about 22,000: Pennsylvania, by 136, 000 Ohio, by 82,000, and Iowa by 34, 000. New-Jersey has a Republican Leg islature. Kansas and Nebraska have also joined the Republican procession. Here are eight states, six of which have op position Governors at the present time one of them, Ohio, while it had a Repub lican Governor, gave only about 1,000 plurality for Harrison one year ago. In addition to these States, the city of Chi cago and Cook County, 111., have elected Republican judges, while the city of Brooklyn, which went Democratic one year ago by nearly 30,000, has now elect ed a Republican Mayor by over 30,000 majority. Was there ever registered be fore another change so complete in pub lic o...

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. — 22 November 1893

Mr. Harvey Heed Laceyville, O. Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa ralysis of the Throat "I Titanic God and Hood.'a Saraa pavilla for Perfect Health." Gentlemen: For the benefit of suffering hn »anity I wish to state a few facts: For several years I ha,v- nuSercd from catarrh and heart failure, getting so bad I could not work and Could Scarcely Wailc I had a very bad spell of paralysis of the throat some time ago. My throat seemed closed and I could not svrallow. The doctors said it was caused by heart failure, and grave medicine. which I took according to directions, but it did not seem to do me any good. My wife urged me to try Hood's Sarsanarilla, telling me of Mr. Joseph C. Smith, who had been At Death's Door but was entirely cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. After talking with Mr. Smith. I concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. When I had taken two bottles I felt very much bettor. I have continued taking it, and am new feeling excel lent. I thank God, and I?- larsapariiia and my wife for mv ...

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. — 22 November 1893

DESPEEATE DUEL.,' Ohio Youths Bottle a Pifflcolty About a Young- Lady According* to the Code. Used Swords Until They Were Broken and Then -Fought- With Pocket Knives. The Affair Will Probably Be Fatal to Both—The Story of One of Thorn. EAI-CLTLOX, O., NOV. 21.—A desperate duel took place near this place on Satur day between Charles D.ivis and Leonard Forsythe, aged 22 and 2-1- years respec tively. Swords wave us'.od. and 1ML(- I\ as they were broken, the men us their •jackknivf?. The ,oun^ men were rivals for the hand of Mi Margaret Farrell, daughter of Squire Farrell. Both were almost literally cut to pieces, and vr«re unconscious when found. Forsythe, in addition to a number c-f hacks and cuts, was run through the lower part of the left lung. While there is some hope for his rival's reco.eiy the doctors express little hope for For- ythe. Story of Davis. Davis was unable to tell the story of the fight very circumstantially. He says they met by agreement in the woods at 5 o'clock an...

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. — 22 November 1893

a«#W HE £iiw 43. EL. FA**'-. «-«Y BR'* m& $1 its 'ftf ^srssSSt Jieod&vi^ 7r Used Swofds Until »JHie Affair Will Probably* Be Fatal to "'s, Botli—TJie Story.of One cf -.""' Inborn. NAPOLEON, O., NOV. 21.—A desperate duel took place near this place on Satur day between .Charles Davis and Leonard Forsythe, aged 32 and 24 years respec tively. Swords ware ussd, and later, as they were broken, the men used their jackknive-3. The 5 oung men were rivals for the hand of Miss Margaret Farrell, daughter of Squire Farrell. Both were almost literally cut to pieces, and were unconscious when found. J* ^k^M^f Forsythe, in addition fo^a%imber of hacks and cuts, was run through the lower part of the left lung. W hile there is some hope for his rival's reeoveiy the doctors express little hope for Forsythe Died For Watermelons. PADUCAH, Ky., Nov. 21.—A double tragedy occurred near Calvert City, Marshall county. L. Harper and James Oleson were ttie participants, the former being shot dead, whil...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 22 November 1893

TO PEGGY ON THE LAWN. She is dressed, like the early springs. In the daintiest pink and white From her mischievous hand she flings Pink petaled lawn daisies, the sprite. The daisies are spells, and after She's cast them and knows that I'm bound, The ring of her delicate laughter Creaks into bright ripples of sound. So now I'm her poor captive knight, Unable to cope with her art Hi'ncL'fuith, with her baby feet light, She will walk roughshod o'er my heart. —London Spectator. NOKTH 'S GIFT. A boisterous fellow indeed is North •Wind, but he is not always as rough as ho is known to be ou some occasions. he as gentle as a slumbering •-i :to o-aule, he may bewitch all tl \.Tith the tones of his lyre, iM-iy burst with the might of an He n bill . livin or all me::, he i',. Norse land and whom we will call Olaf a heed aIHI you shall learn about it. Averi'ui giant upon the world of '1^-j.t was a, mischievous prank .ye"! ia days of yore on a boy in Olaf as the only son of a widow a she as both...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 22 November 1893

ySsTgg -V TO PEGGY ON THE LAWN. She is dressed, like the early springs, 7 In the daintiest pink and white From her mischievous hand she flings Pink petaled lawn daisies, the sprite. NORTH WIND'S GIFT. A boisterous fellow indeed is North Wind, but he is not always as rough as he is known to be on some occasions. He may be as gentle as a slumbering babo in its cradle, he may bewitch all living things with the tones of his lyre, or h? may burst with the might of an all powerful giant upon the world of men. That was a mischievous prank he pk.ye.l in days of yore on a boy in Norseland and whom we will call Olaf. Pay heed and you shall learn about it. Olaf was the only son of a widow, and she was both feeble and poor. She Thanking North Wind with all his heart, Olaf took the cloth and started for home. As the way was so long, he couldn't hope to get back to his mother that night, so he stopped .at a wayside inn to rest until morning. A ij-14—•% v.. Si's'-" ^-4".» The daisies are spells, a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 22 November 1893

-E Threshers Klossner & Mueller DEALERS IN ardware & Interesting to the Ladies: It will not he necessary for von to take trip to a an tlus year, as \vc have arranged to bring the products of the people of that far off country to your door. O A A N S E A E N I S NO W O EX. W extend a cordial invitation to visit our store and examine the unique and beautiful articles therein displayed. N people in the World can equal the Japanese in the forming of clays and the decorating- of porcelains. W have procured the best specimens of their latest pro ductions, comprising delicate E Shell Cups and Saucers, Te a Pots Sugars and Creamers, Small Od Shaped Dishes and other useful as well as ornamental arti cles, which we place on sale at prices which will be a revelation, to accus tome to associate Japanese Goods with high prices, and therefore luxuries. Call early in order to get the choice of the stock before the assortment is broken. JSL Havin received these goods on consignment we are a...

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. — 29 November 1893

mm mmssm -v^»*ja ALBERT WOLFF SUICIDES. The Once New Ulm Editor Takes his Owncase Life in a Horrible Mauner. He Throws Himself Beneath a Locomotive and is cut into Fragments. Domestic Infelicity Alleged to Have Been the Cause of the Suicide. Albert Wolff,whoatone time followed the newspaper calling in this city, and who was for many years editor of tbe St. Paul Yolkszeitung, committed suicide in the Saintly City on Saturday. He wasAu so well-known here that the readers of the Review will be interested in the par ticulars. The St. Paul Dispatch of Sat urday evening gave them as follows: About 11 o'clock this morninn Albert Wolff was killed in the Union depot, be ing horribly mangled by a Kansas City transfer train. From what could be ob served of the man's actions around the depot and prior to his death, it was a case of suicide and was twice attempted before it was accomplished. He was •seen wandering around the depot with out any evident purpose, and about half an hour 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. — 29 November 1893

sNey9 LI In) I\eVicw Wednesday. November 29, 1898. f)R. L. A. FRITSOHB, PU VSICTAN AND SURGEON. iPamale Diseases a Specialty. 0,10"" ia W. Boesch's New'Brisk Block* Sew Ulm, Minn T)R. A. MARDEN, i£ i?S17) /?A' I) EN TIS T. Oftico. Corner Miuossotn and lai K. Street NKW T/r,Kf MINN. •-1-: ?.: ..:'ct(id without pala by the use ol .".-.'-,I s..t ur niiraus oxi'je gas. iLL. L. G. BELL, Ofiice in the Meridian Block. \Y ULM, MINN. 'iVoiu extracted vithout pain by the •.••'•it approved mstiiods. ", ill. EMIL MUELLER ('nils either in the voity or country, pi i".:jt!y and satisfactorily attended to.' "ice in the Ma$itttc iriock, Second Floor, "ViiW ULM MINN. 1 yi. A. KOEHM., Veterinary Surgeon.- avinjr treated sick animals for yeara 1 cMii conscientiously recommend my*, 'ti all who need the services of tti mnotont Veterinary. Orders may ba ii :t Union Hotel or Olson's Drug: NE W ULM, MINN. A E. BEIINKE, D. Y. 8. •.''-"--•« over Brown County Bank. Fraq I,,, te tk: seer of the buildincr. where...

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. — 29 November 1893

Women Will Vote as usual at the next school election— but for many candidates. They givi a unanimous vote—every day in th week—in favor of KIRK'S 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 roughen or injure the hands—is per fectly safe to use on the finest fabrics. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. DuskyDiamondTar Soap, S S S handles nothing but the purest- A full stochof E E S TOI E A I E S SOAPS, ST A I O N E and S O O S I E S constantly on hand. Standard A I N S & OIL A N I S E S S E S and GLASS For a good smoke try our leading nickel ciears. 'I swai N dian Block NewUlm.Minn F.BURG Manufacturer of and Dealer in TOBACCOS, Cornel- Minn and Centre Str- New Minn AUG. SCHELL, Dakota This :%&iM. MALTSTER N E W I N N This brewery is one of the largest esrablishmonts of its kind in the ivi innesota Valley and is fitted op with all the modern improvement. ...

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. — 29 November 1893

JleW Ulm Review F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Propfeels Wednesday, November 29, 1883. SOME SLEEPY EYETEMS. The News of the Week Neatly Dished up by Unohoo. Steve Gilland has given up the idea of going to Nebraska. He says he has one of the best farms in the country and will stick t* i£. Wm. Gieseke met with a slight acci dent Saturday evening. While going down cellar he tripped on a basket that stood on the stairs, and fell heavily to the ground. He received quite a severe shaking.up but at present writing is not much the worse for his mishap. Protracted meetings have begun at the local German M. E. church. Rev. J. L. Nuelsen will holiS services each even ing this week at the residence of Fred Alwin in Leavenworth. The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Congrega tionalgchurch give a lemon social at Judge Gallagher's this"evening. An acrid time is anticipated. The enrollment at the public school is nearly 450. More room will have to be provided in the near future. The I. O. O. F. lodge held its annual...

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. — 29 November 1893

Hood's Cures Mr. Elmore T. Shelt Of Akron, Ind. Cancer on the Face Entirely Removed by Three Bottles of Hood's I wish to make this statement for the benefit »f people that may be suffering with that dread ed disease, cancer. For five years I have had one comingonmyface. I tried having it burned out and several other remedies, but all of no avail until I was induced to try Hood's Sarsapa rilla. While taking the first bottle I could see a marked change and the third bottle almost or entirely removed the cancer. I can't say too much for Hood's Sarsaparilla. For years I had to be careful about my diet but now I can eat anything and digest it all right, sleep well at night and in fact feel like anew man." ELMOKE v.bHEi/r, Akron, Ind. "The above testimonial is wholly unsolic ited. I sold Mr. Shelt 5 Sarsapari and can vouch for the truthfulness of his state ment.J-Hie zen- is an old soldier and a respected citi- GAJRWOOD, Druggist, Akron, Ind. HOOD'S PILLS are purely vegetable, and do not ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
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