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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 29 November 1893

•ifr -v I SMUGGLING *rraiinent People For Evad- ing Duties on Opiiiui Begun at Portland. =.' An Ex-Collector of Customs and a Special Agent Among Those Indicted. Officers of the Madison Square Bank Indicted by the Grand Jury at New York. PORTLAND, Or., Nov. 28.—The trials of 20 persons indicted for smuggling have begun in the United States court. The trials are of unusual interest, owing to the social and political prominence of some of the defendants, among whom is James Letan, ex-collector of customs, and J. C. Mulkey, ex-special agent of the treasury department. The first case called was that of Nathan Blum, on the charge of smug gling 800 pounds of opium. Blum plaed guilty. Sentence was reserved. It is stated that Blum will now be a witness for the government. FOUND TRUE BILLS. Madison Square Rank Officials Indicted by tli© Grand Jury N E W YORK, Nov. 28.—The grand jury has found an indictment for forgery on two counts against Joseph Blaut, president of the defunct Madison Squar...

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. — 29 November 1893

:JliiwiiiiiiiiiW^ A MEMORY OF LOIS. he clay Lois a with me S skies were blue. he woodbin on he wayside wall ad found its a hue I gown of a in green a rose. W it undersleeve of white W it skirt in loose a flowing folds A bodico a tight. low combed hair as just he a Of fallen he cheeks of mellow a a a A re not re ripe an hers. I seemed he ms showed their OJI ps To win eyes of brown A for one look into their depths he a bouyhs bent down A blossom of the a fall at later days would Du:ir sirl somewhere those eyes a A am of si:i iaier still. he a weeds choke the orchard way W re once we went and a An mos-i'.-s a the a gray at long has borne her a Bu with such still Septembe a A Lois a with me Sh flits before my vision now, A a —Cor a A Matso in Springfield Republican. A N a a Among the many .suggestions concern ing a national flower, one which comes from a Vermont farmer has decided point and interest. He proposes that we shall not attempt to settle upon a na tional flower, but let each 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. — 29 November 1893

:#5- ,-**' fa1 it fe Binders Mowers *t1 Threshers Horses W A a k' i' in a I & Klossner & Mueller DEALERS IN Shelf Hardware & Farm Implements W a he in a is in he b,est in he a he W a A Yyoodg, he a he a in a re excelled by of J, I. a Agitato a in so a It will a you to i- call on us for prices Plows &'Cultivators he a N an a id in a W a in tivator a no a a re he best a a Wagons and Carriages I W a ^.nd carriages we a he largest stock iri he city in he is Bros a W a a tlie ax a a in buggies a carriages W an give you good, figures on all. Scaes and Flanning Mills A a a for he a a a to platform in we an give he a a in an elsewhere W a also he a of a in fact all in of farm W a jr a setl a desire you to call on us you a a in in he a a re a a in line ^W$jj£ E E O invited to call uiid in-iU'_*ct OIK i.gniii'.'mi-.] stock of Christmas Goo mul Toys. __j ___J Prices to suit anybody. Goods the b93t on the market. ^1 jjjgg^Biittcr and Eggs,°also live and dressed Poultr taken la e...

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. — 6 December 1893

•^/'gfe^'l^'T^' Don't Let 'Em Slip Through Your Fingers Our Motto: We'll Sell. Why We'll Sell. We've Got the Biggest Stock in the City. convince yourself. TOYS Ever// Dollar Serves Twice, Ticket Goes worth something to you? Remember the prices will be the lowest. PLACE. Yl^e Difference That's our inducement. Our advice is to everybody that they "COME NOW"—not wait. Our determination is to sell to everybody who visits our store. We have the stock. We want to turn it into money. Will do it, if you give us half show. What will Christmas be in your homes without toys for the little ones and tokens for your wife^ They look for them. Then why disappoint them when you have such opportunities as we are willing to give you. We've done all we could for you in selecting a large assortment of ever,ythiag from a china doll to a dressing case of the finest make. What we want of the public is to visit the store and give uT a chance to .sell them goods at less than the regular prices. We've acquire...

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. — 6 December 1893

I V- fl 4 ML-*' L'wjtigMmi iimijiii pi IIIWIMMLMJI jNem? Cilrr) r(Svic Wednesday, December 6, 1893. £}R. L. A. FRITSCHE, PJf YSICrAN AND SURGEON Famale Diseases a Speoialty. Ofiica in W. Boesch's JTew'Briek Blosk. Sow Ulm, Minn. A. HARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minnesota and l3t H. Street NEW SfLM, MINN. "teth eziractp-l without pain by the ute ot »t liaed air or nitrous oxide gas. )\i. L. G. BELL, IlesiclGut Dentist. QiSee in the Meridian Block. *-E\Y ULM, MINN. Teotu extracted without pain by the r.. est approved methods. 7R. 3i.MIL MUELLER Veta'daary S^soU fjefitist. tV.M either in the voity or country pv•• :. :i'y and satisfactorily attended to.' Oiuce in the MasngJe .tsiock, Second Floor,. E W ULM MINN.' A. HOEUNL, Vt-.ieriiiary Surgeon. T'avirrj treated sick animals for years i*:iii conscientiously recommend my-! •'•,' \p ail who need the services of •mpi.v.ont Veterinary. Orders may bt» 1-n. at Union Hotel or Olson's Drug N E W ULM, MINN. E. BE1INKE, V. S. hwim MM ...

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. — 6 December 1893

-—as -VHV..-K Your Cistern Is Out of Order or Soft Water is scarce, on't worry yourself for a moment— 3 rightahead and use hard water with WHITE RUSSIAN nd you'll never know the difference. The clothes will be just as white, .lean and sweet-smelling, because the :White Russian" is specially adapted for use in hard water. A S S KIRK & CO., Chicago. Bnsky Diamond Tar Soap.Beet Soap for Hands. The Mod^l haiiUie- nothing but the purest- Drugs ano Medicines A fill stor'-.of E E S O I E A I E S SOAPS, ST A I O E and S O O S I E S constantly on hand. Standard A I N S & OIL VAR N I S E S S E S and GLASS For a good smoke try our leading nickel cigars. OLSEN. N Klcck NewUlm.Min RBURGn it a re a an-J a in GIG ASS, TOBACCOS, PIPES. Corner Minn, and Centre Str. New Ul Minn 1 7 SWELL," BREWER AND MALSTER NEVv I N N Thi- hrewerv one "f th^ largest establishments of kind in The im.eso' a Valley and fitted op with all the modern improv. mems. Keg and bot !le beer fur ii-ned'0 any an "f the c...

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. — 6 December 1893

"'*$* & #&- 5V" ifr* »t« JleW Ulm Review T.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, December 6, 1893 Homeward OomeB Our Hoge. •_,, A Colonel a to Hog comes in eastward against head winds and the thickest kind of weather, the President has abundant leisure in which to consider at shall be done with him when he reaches port. A present he is storm-boun in E Paso some 1,500 miles from here,west by south, as we say aloft. has lost his rudder, his an chors drag, and his cargo is afloat in bilge. A very particularly damaged and dilapidated ciaft he is, and a weary days must pass ere Mr Cleveland, glass in hand, shall sight, him hi the offing. Meanwhile let us reflect. Colonel J. a to is the haughty Virginian ca valier whom the President several months ago appointed to the consulate of Amoy, Ciiina. It was observed of Colonel Hog soon afterward that, having received his papers and set the wheels of salary in motion,-he lost much of that fervor which liMi previously possessed him for o...

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. — 6 December 1893

Mrs. A* A, Williams Lynn, Mass. For the Good of Others Jtev. Mr. Williams Heartily En dorses Hood's Sarsaparilla. We are pleased to present this from Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee Street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass.: I see no reason why a clergyman, more than a layman, who knows whereof he speaks, should hesitate to approve an Article of Merit and worth, from which he or his family have been signally benefited, and whose commenda tion may serve to extend those benefits to others by increasing their confidence. My wife has for many years Deen a sufferer from severe Nervous Headache for which she found little heli eip She has tried Stock selected with care. well but pt.- many things that p»jmised well but per tle of Hood' Sarsaparilla. seems ing what simply one could and did do for her. The attacks of headache decreased in number and were less violent in their inten sity, while her general health has been lm roved. Her appetite has also been better. rom our experience with for...

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. — 6 December 1893

A HAWAIIAN TEIP., The United States revenue Cutter "Corwin Ready to Sail at a Mo ment's Notice. She Is to Take a 2,500-Mile Trip. Her Destination Supposed to Be Honolulu, Though Everybody Concerned Mum as an Oyster Since Orders Were Received. SAN FRAXCISCO, Dec. 5.—The United States revenue cutter Thomas Corwin is under special orders for a 3,500 mile trip. Her destination is Honolulu, without doubt, and she may be expected to leave shortly. Whether any person in diplo •atic authority is coining here **vom Washington to go to the Hawaiian Islands on the Corwin is jot known. It is not quite likely, how ever, that a special messenger entrusted -=*ich secrets of state will be the emis sary who will occupy one of the state Kwums already set apart in the after --~-ein. The greatest secresy has been maintained since the special orders ar rived Saturday noon. These turned the cutter over to rate department and placed her uncle, waiting orders. In structions were also given to prepare for 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. — 6 December 1893

^PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. a of Mr. land to he Fifty-thir re KErORTS O THE DEPAIlTSIEiNTS. Tariff he Principa Topi Th S an a Civil Servic WASHINGTON, Dec 4—The president's essage, which cue fiances ha^e made -f peculiar inleie'-t, litis hct,n sent to eon- cress, and, act01 elms? to lmmemoual cus om, read in both houses The president begins -with foreign af .drs and ends ith the tai lfl. In legaid •i) foreign rel ilioiib he ^ajs that while liose relation, ha\ not at all times been ii-ee from perplexitj, no embarrassing su ctions remniu tli.it will not yield to the irit of fairing, and Io\e of justice which, I 'ined with consistent hnnntss, chaiactei a truly Anunca ioiug policy Bia iian affairs, the Chilian incident, the ieary law and us piob.'ble outcome, the '.ehring sea in it tei, a aguan ie\ olu .ons and AuieiiLin mttitsts as attecied lereby, Hussi and 2\oi\\e„i extiadi- treaties, aim inj otiiti nndieis ue uclied upon lvi a id to the :.i\vaiian a'.'."an mc pusi.ieni sax- It is hardly 1...

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. — 6 December 1893

p. I Binders Mowers Threshers Horses qet ^W^^^SM^m^ Rlossner & Mueller DEALERS IN Shelf Hardware & Farm Implements. We handle the Minneapolis Binders, the best in the market. he Walter A- Woods, the Crown, and the Buckeye Machines are excelled by none. Get them of us. J, I. Case Agitator and Minnesota call on us for prices Plows & Cultivators Wagons and carriages EVERYBODY invited to call and inspect of Christmas Goods and Toys. Prices to suit anybody. Goods the best on the market. ay,Yo utter and Eggs, also live and dressed Poultry taken la exchange for Goods HEED of Corner Minn, and Centre Str. New Ulm, Minn, W A. a Deaiers in SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE StoughtonWagons & Buggies, Chiet, It will nay you to Th Deer and Norwegian Plows and Riding and Walking Cul tivators have no equal. They are the best and cheapest. 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 carri...

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. — 13 December 1893

help you. ONE CARLOAD OF 'Well what are yod Waiting for? A week ago we tried to demonstrate to you the advanatge of buying early. This week we can respect that advice and point out to you a necessity if you want any choice of selection, First Come First Served. We mean that. Those who have visited us the past week know it. Some nice goods have disap- peared but there are still others. You can get them by calling early. Permit u? to pDst'you. A fine Album. We can show you some of the best in Plush, Wood, Silver and Leather in all Styles. A Dressing case for your wife or sweetheart. You just ought to see what offer. Beautiful and Novel Celluloid Articles, Useful as well as Attractive. A nice Perfume Bottle of Cut Glass. Nothing pleases the ladies so well. A Smoking Set for the husbands. We have some nice ones. 5£= A Manicure Set for the Home. Clean fingers in these days are respected. IE Work boxes and baskets. Ladies always say of them: "Oh, aren't they nice." S^= A Violin, a Mandoli...

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. — 13 December 1893

5 *TVIA«P And as evrervthine 'Lhelp you, .' V,.arrived yesterday. £8+2: Wel tohat are#od v. i." 1 First Come, Tlhe$e JWaK Jtiee 'Christmasiree Ornaments in abundance. Jf r&*& $&\ ^s&'T A week ago we tried to demonstrate to'you the advaftatgeof buying early.-gThis week we can respect that advice and point out to you a necessity if you want any choice of selection^ We mean that. Those who have visited us the past week know it. Some nice goods have disap- peared but there are still others. You can get them by calling early. Permit u? to p33t]you. mZl Leather in all Styles. A Dressing case for your wife or sweetheart. Sd offer. A Smoking Set for the husbands. We have some nice ones. S= A Manicure Set for the Home. Clean fingers in these days are respected. Work boxes and baskets. Ladies always say of them: "Oh, aren't they nice." A Violin, a Mandolin, a Banjo, or any musical instrument for those of your friends who are musically iuclined. The above relates to fancy goods...

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. — 13 December 1893

V' m*rf,r- EASTVEESUS WEST Thirteenth Annual Convention of the Feieration of Labor In Session at Chicago. THERE IS CONSIDERABLE STRIFE Between the East and the West For tli« presidency of the Organization—Gov ernor A Itgelli and Mayor SwJft Were Jfot Allowed to Address the Convention, as Had Been Expected—Gompers and Others Talk. CHICAGO, De 12.—The 13th annual convention of the American Federation of Labor opened in the city council chamber'. Over 00 delegates from all parts of the country were present when President Samuel^ Gompers called the convention to order. There was ap-prosecution parent a feeling among the Westerii delegates that the honor of the presi denejrgf the organization, which has re mained in the East, for several Western & S %& current in the convention hail ?.s-|o a strong hght Sfi °f the election "Df Sneers. A delegate high in the order aumicted that there w53 con siderable dissatisfaction" "among the Western unions. A parade had been planned, but becau...

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. — 13 December 1893

^F^T'^ii'-iijSifyiag? »T f,ifm rifrtlH S E I A N I O a N or in a is Sclieig W Confess. N E W YORK, Dec. 12.—Scheig and Floyd, with their traveling companions, Inspectors Hoy and Lawrence, left for Minneapolis Sunday night. They were accompanied by President Kirby, who goes with the party to Chicago, and pos sibly to Minneapolis. Before the party left Scheig made an affidavit, showing his connection with the case, and also the part the Floy da took. He also gave Mr. Kirby bills of sale of six different lots of property that have teen recov ered. Just what this property amounts to cannot be stated. The detectives had in their possession a valise full of revolvers, stilettos and jewelry, which they had taken from the prisoners. Several of the revolvers were pearl handled and silver and gold plated, a all re of he finest a I is more than probable that Scheig will A a in he He expects to go to prison, and he means to tell the whole truth without sparing the Floyds. The detectives think t...

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. — 13 December 1893

A N a N or in a S W Confess. N E W YORK, Dec. 12.—Scheig and Floyd, with their traveling companions, Inspectors Hoy and Lawrence, left for Minneapolis Sunday night. They we*e accompanied by President Kirby, who goes with the party to Chicago, and pos sibly to Minneapolis. Before the party left Scheig made an affidavit, showing his connection with the case, and also the part the Floyds took. He also gave Mr. Kirby bills of sale of six different' lots of property that have teen recov ered. Just what this property amounts to cannot be stated. The detectives had in their possession •a valise full of revolvers, stilettos and jewelry, which they had taken from the prisoners. Several of the revolvers were pearl handled and silver and gold plated, And all were of the finest makes. It is more than probable that Scheig will A a in he He expects to go to prison, and he means to tell the whole truth without sparing the Floyds. The detectives think that the Floyds have had some mysterious hold 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. — 13 December 1893

3£V Jkw Ulm Review F. W. JOHNSON, Editor and Proj Wednesday, December 13, 1893. SOME SLEEPY EYETEMS. The News of the Week Neatly Dished up by TJnohoo T. TjiU/ot left for Fargo a a to take of a, bankrupt' stock. Black, senior member of the firm of Black Bros., has sold his interest in lie meat market to E a Krenz who with a W'U1 neT ni' constitute the '^8l!3 will I'gst hii plpaypyw- to a plowshare and betake hiu. farm like Cincinnatns of old. Messrs. Black & Krenz, the present members of the Arm, ai'e enterprising young men and will make their way. Joh Iviefer will move Ins tonsorial outfit to the Levi building across the street on Jan 1st. A good move, W Uieseke and wife visited their daughter Tillie at St. Mary's, Faribault last week. G. Hay spent Saturday at the coun ty scat on business. G. Blake is trying to quit smoking and finds the old adage about habits thoroughly exemplified in his own per son. Rev. C. L. Lebnert of St. a is ex pected to arrive this evening to assist 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. — 13 December 1893

IN THE PUSH. Eckstein's Diug htoie wheie it al- w,i\s 1ms been duiing the holiday seasons. All tli it ihe heart longs for, all that the children demand. Do vou want to know what to buy? Let us give you a fewpointeis. HOW ARE THESE? ALBUMS, TOILET CASES, CUFF & COLLAR BOXES. All ot thise in either plush, leather, cel luloid, metal or wood. Finely finished. TRAVELING CASES, GLOVE and HANDKERCHIEF BOXES. The formei in leather or celluloid, fine to supcifinc, loi either ladies or gentle men. The latter in plush, leather, cellu loid and wood. Elegant ornaments, LADIES WORK BOXES, NECKTIE CASES, ODOR CASES, SMOKERS' SETS WRITING DESKS, JEWELRY CASES, SHAVING SETS. MUSIC FOLIOS. Don't }ou think it possible to pick some thing fiom all these that will be sine to please. TIN, Ih,ON and WOODEN TOYS TOY WAGONS. HORSES AND CARTS, 3IAGIC LANTERNS, STEREOSCOPES, DANCING NEGROES, MERRY-GO-ROUND BARE BACK RIDERS, FLOWER GItfLS. All ol these aie the finest tovs evei biought to New Llm, We say thi...

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. — 13 December 1893

It J^lei^ Cilrr) review Wednesday^December ,lo 1898.. L. A. FRITSCHE, Ml VSICTAN AND SURGEON Female Diseases a Speoialty. Oinn? iu W. Boesch's NewMfriok Block. JSlew Ulm, Minn T)R. A. MARDEN, ItESinnNT DENTIST. Offices Oornor Minnesota and l3i H. Street NK\V JfJLM, MINN. Teeth esfrjj.ctnd without pain by the nee ot h\ lized air or nitrous oxide gas. jli. L. G. BELL, IKesifioiit BentisU. Office iu the Meridian Block. f'EW ULM, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by tha atest approved methods. 7R. EMIL MUELLER *istefifiar? Subsoil ge&iist. Culls either in the vsi'ty or country promptly and satisfactory attended to.' (Juice in the Ma«jo.Ti1ffi .Jilock, Second Floor, *sE\V ULM MINN." 7" II! burgeon. •••'n-.{ tv.-'.Led sick animals for years I !.•...u conscientiously recommend self to all v/ho need tho services of a unpotent Veterinary. Orders may bt» l:'.t't at Union Hotel or Olson's Drug St-re. N E W ULM, MINN. p^ E. BEIINKE, D. V. S. mm .... VEIESHHT DEITBI |)K. O HIRSCH, Residence...

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. — 13 December 1893

Wednesday.gDecember ,1S 1893 0 L. A. FRITSQHE, **$£}* VSICTAM AND SURGEON. if'amale Diseases a Speoialty. Okio-j in W. Boesch'8 N$w*Bri3k Blook* Hew Ulra, Minn T)R. A. HARDEN, \v P.'IiESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Oornor Minnesota and lai N. Street 5 NEW ULM, MINtf!* re*»th extracted without pala by the use of «t lizod air or nitrous oxide gas. J)K- L. G. BELL, 'Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block. *EW ULJI, MINN. Teeth extracted without pain by the ntRst approved methods.. 7ft. EMIL MUELLER ,- Veterinary %£t&itik JJeUtist. Calls either in the ^ity or country promptly and satisfactory attended toj Orlice in the Masoule .block, Second Floor, ^EW ULM MINNJ IV- A. I OKIJ:.L, T' 'W siirycun. -*in 1 trented sick animals for years 1 L\.U coiiscieatiously recommend my^ self 10 all who need the services' of & nupctpnt Veterinary. Orders may bt» Irtt'L at Union Hotel or Olson's .Drug Store. NEW ULM, MINN. E. BE1INKE, D. V. S. A. taffiy wm in J)B, HIRSCH, GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
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