OCR Interpretation


New Ulm weekly review. (New Ulm, Minn.) 1878-1892, May 22, 1878, Image 8

Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89064939/1878-05-22/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

/"V
J,w
TOTE
Most Famous
O FAMILY
PANOPLY
OF
ar
viT!j,e
*j&yk.
srrmmmm
tV#^ 1J ^WJfftiSftfAV swfc^J*!
SOCIALS,
A
SPLENDOR.
e-
eqao]d
^AVRaw wr
^J
10 TIME& LARGER
100 TIMES MORE GRAND'
AT NEW BLM, TUESDAY. 1E 4th, 1B7BL
Coming on 3 Special Trains!
ffif Hi Tour of the Continent by Bsiilroad.
A CONGRESS OP BEWILDERING ATTRACTIONS! *c*
10,000 SEPAEATE AND DISTINCT NOVELTIES!
The Earth, the Sea, the Sky, are all represented in a
VA ST WILDERNE SS OF EIEIBITI ON TENT S.
ONE TICKET ADMITS O ALL.
Great New York and New Orleans
Circus, Menagerie, Museum
AND CONGRESS OF LIVING WONDERS!
A Mammoth Museum! A Stupendous Menagerie! A Famous Circus!
W. W. COLE SOLE PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of this *nst and unparalleled consolidation of interesting and attractive fentures
Ms for the season of 1878, through a life-long experience and a lavish outlay of money, the pleasure ol
placing before the public the GRANDEST EFFORT OF HIS LIFE, by procuring all the attainable no-
velties of the Brute Creation ft om all quaiters of the -world, and in connection therewith will
be found the most conspicuous Riders, Gymnasts* Grotesque and Acrobatic male
and Female Artists to be found in any pait of the oild. This grind and classic entertain-
ment is wholly exempt from the inelefrancies and coarsiness too frequently
permitted in most of tent exhibitions In this Great Show there is nothing evei presented that a gentle-
man v, ould hesitate to bring his family to witness, or the most exacting take exceptions4to.
I HAVE AKRANGED WITH
-THE TALLEST MAN AND WOMAN ON EARTH.
Capt# Mrs. NL BATES
ii
THE TWO GIANTS
Capt. M. T. BATES AND WIFE,
To give tlieiyreeleveesliving
th
TALLEST MAN and th TALLEST W OMAN npon the face ofthe eaith Veri
ecently
pe
8
OSITIES to be seen in the world.
on
rW
-fir*
from
ar
table Giants, towering above all mankind Each are,8FEET HIGH (lacking only one-half inch Coin-
?jnv AY^JLVT
T0
N
ThB
HAL
iii. ,r'AMILY now,pfi5 for thie first time, npon exhibitionehere, and a extraechargewill.be ex-
_---- TO aRGUS, MENAGERIE and GIANTS I back
himted my Mai Tem\ ON E TICKE. 'ADMITTING O CIRCUS MENAGERI E and GIA:
$t they are the TWO TAIXEST MP
brought oftheir ever having existed tw'fcpeople of
et or and Feature, tlrey ar undoubtedltyno
mv assertion with TEN THOUSANI$QLtAR ffa they are the TW O TAIXEST PEOPLE that at
pr sent exi8tj*n that no-authentic record can be brought of their ever having existed tw'o-pe i
LIVING ALASKA OCEANIC LIONSL
THE MOST GORGEOUS STREET PAGEANT.EjER SEEN.
S
six:
FUNNY
CLOWNS.
50
PERFORMERS
HAVING NO
EQTJ-^XJS
Europeiwherenaytelio-we
(The only specimens of Real Fur Seals ever upon exhibition.) $2^M
Baby Elephants, Baby Dromedaries, Baby Lions, Baby Leopards, Den of
Mobster Serpents, (Some, of which are 50tfeet long.) A Drove* of Elephants,
Baby- Gamels, Baby Monkeys, B$by*Sea Lions^A^Sea Elephant, tCaptnred in
the South Sea.) The Walrus, Trained and Performing Wifd\Beasts
(a,speci-
alty in this Great Show. *3 ^J
they amazed all, including
fln'econdition.
See the Grand Free Hippodramatic Street Pageant^
a
i
J?5?2 ^oJ2
orse
^jad FROM th NwE and GREAT SHOW at Cheap Kates to All.
'"-ADMISSION SO Ots- OHildjcen, 25 Ota.
^member! ONLY ONE TICKET required for all advertised .exhibi-
rf tions of the GEEAT SHOW OF THE WORLD
OK S OTO AT I P. M. 7 P. W.:
s^
rf
^.Jfcanaxw*
th.
now th GREATEST
%*$&.% *%&*. JSL*#if' i
50 Cages, Dens, and Corrals of Rar and Curious Animals.
Wardrobes,
ardB, clad -in
never before
ALL RATLROADS RUN TO
l^fo fushioncd Op^ra Seats.
HEW EM AND VICfflTT.
New groceries at Pfefferle's.
^Thi rd North street is being graded.
New advertisements will be found
on first page.
Geo. Schneider is excavating for a
ball-alley. $fp
Town boardbe hanged, Give us a
rest!
Theo. Crone shipped last Monday 50
tubs of butter direct to Bremen.
What has become of our Sleepy Eye
correspondent? Has he too gone after
Smith?
Sleepy Eye has at last got a barber.
A new barbershop has just been op
ened in the building lately occupied
by P. Boll.
We intended to give a description of
the proposed new school building this
week, but Cole's large ad. has crowded
it out.
A new supply of Dr. Pierces memo
randum books, for free distribution,
have been received at the City Drug
Store. Come and get one.
Track laying on the Sleepy Eye and
Redwood Palls railroad has com
menced, and it is expected that trains
will run to the latter named place by
July 4th.
The DesMoinesand Minneapolis R. R.
Co. is making a survey this week
from Humboldt to the State Line. The
road will surely be built to this place
next summer.
At the late sale of Internal Improve
ment and school land, held in Redwood
and Beaver Falls, 41,360 acres were
sold in Renville county, and 17,000 in
Redwood county, averaging about $7,00
per acie.
We learn from Wm. Seiter, who late
ly visited Owatonna, that the band
boys of that city are making prepar
ations for a grand excursion to this
place. Let them come! We can assure
them that they will receive a hospit
able reception.
There is an occasional inquhy made
why we don't get the U. S. Land Of
fice. It is simply because we have a
jackass for Secretary of the Intenor.
The entire interests of the people de
mand its removal from New Ulm, and
the whole Minnesota delegation are in
favor of it. I has been successfully
orked through to the bologna sausage
who sits at the head of the Interior
Dept. whosa\s, "Sthop a leedle, dis
ting couldn't vas. Mine frens are on
the oder side."Marshall Messenger.
The St. Paul & Sioux City R. R. now
runs a fast express tram between St.
Paul and Kansas City. This arrange
ment is of consuleiable importance to
the people in this vicinity, as the tram
foi Kansas City leaves St. Paul at 2:45
p. m. and reaches St. Peter in time for
passengeis destined for New Ulm to
take the evening tram that ariives
here at 7:40. Going down the train
passes St. Peter somewhat later than
hertofoie, and airives St. Paul at
1:40, p.m.
Another change in the running ar
rangement of trains on the Winona &
St. Peter raihoad has taken place. A
passenger train, running in connection
with the night express, has been put
on between here and Marshall. This
tram leaves New Ulm, daily, Mondavs
excepted, at 8:50 a.m., Sleepy Eye 9:27,
Springfield orBiuns Station 10.02,Lam-
berton 10:45, and amves at Marshall
12.20 p. m. Going east the tram leaves
Marshall at 12:50 p. m., Burns Station
at 3 10, Sleepy Eye 3:45, and ariives at
New Ulm 4:20 making the round tiip
in seven hours and thirty minutes.
This tiam^alsojcarnes the mail, which
gives our western friends a daily mail
both ways. A mixed train carrying
passengers and freight is also running
between New Ulm and Gary. This
train leaves New Ulm at 4:30 a. m.,
Sleepy Eye 5:50, Burns 7:05 and ariives
at Gary 5:35 p. m.' Going east it leaves
Gary at 4:00 a. m., Burns 1:40 p. m.,the
Sleepy Eye t 2:50 and arrives at New
Ulm at 4:00 p. m. The passenger
trains east of here arrive and depart as
heretofore with the exception of theshall
night passenger, which now leaves
here at 4:30 p. m.
PERSONAL.
Evan E. Jones, an old resident of
Bntternut Valley, has sold his place and
moved to Marshfield, Lyon county.
L. Hanson, the accommodating
P. M. of Sleepy Eye, paid New Ulm
visit last week.
Hachtmann! of course you all know
Hachtmann Well, he was in city the last
week taking orders for Benz & Becht.
B. F. Webber, having been appoint
ed referee in the contested election
case of Niels vs. O* Harra, visited Bea
ver Falls last week to take testimony.
Chas. Siralls and J. V. Strebig, two
gentlemanly agenti of Cole's circus,
have been in our nt since last issue.
The former attendsto license, securing
grounds, bulletin boards, etc., while
the latter sees to thtradvertising.
Father Tort, who has been In our
midst about ten months, will leave in a
few days to relieve Father Zuziek of
St. Pe$er. Father Tori, made a host of
friends during his brief stay among us,
all of whom regret his departure.
Bev. Toii will be succeded here by
Rev. V. Santmeiir, a graduate of St.
John's College. ^Father A. Holzer has
been assigned to the West Newton
pastorate.
Stom
A game of base ball was playedhere
last Monday between the Rustic B. B.
Club, of Iberia, and the New Ulm Club.
Only seven innings were played, with
the following result:
Rustic. t% New Ulm.
1st.
2d. 3d.
4th 5th
6th 7th
Inning
5 1
3 5 1
Total"
tin mi III J'IH
The communication in the last issue
of the Post, over the signature of A.
Westphal, in which the writer sadly
labors to answer our article in last
week's issue on the "ferry question,"
forcibly reminds us of a story that is
told on a preacher whoupon a certain oc
casion, when a parishioner complained
of having had his chickens stolen, took
up the Bible and informed the congre
gation that he would hurl it at the
guilty culprit, and, when going
through the motion of throwing the
missile, the thief dodged under the
pew. The old chronic agitator's con
science must certainly have told him
that he was one of the "certain class of
people who are continually raising
questions, and agitating new projects
that constantly keep the community in
a furor or he would not have found
it necessary to come out in a lengthy
article in his own defence. He does
not endeavor to deny that he and his
crew have been engaged in the con-Bates,
temptable business we alluded to, but
claims it is their right. The REVIEW
certainly has no objections to any citi
zen agitating projects or circulating
petitions for any plausible object, but
to circulate petitions and solicit signa
tures with misstatements, and misrep
resentations, with no other earthly ob
ject than to be.contrary, to rob the city
treasury of six or seven hundred dol
lars for the benefit of two or three in
dividuals, and to obstruct the proper
channel of local legislation, is abomi
nable to say the least, and cannot but
work to the detriment of the commu
nity at large. In his ferry project he
endeavored to mislead the people by
claiming that the city conncil con
templated building a pontoon bridge,
for which the people should be charged
the privilege of crossing. He, and
those that trail with him, knew very
well that the city council had not even
thought of such a thing, and he cer
tainly must think that the people have
but little confidence in the members of
the council, to endeavor to make them
bejieve such a flimsy stoiy. His pro
position, simmered down a nut-shell,
was that six or seven hundred dollars
should be taken out of the city treasury
and presented to the several ferry own
eis, and that the people coming here to
trade should be taxed another 10 cents,
each time they come, for the benefit of
these men. Does he call this progress?
A blind man might see who the pro
position intends to benefit. Certainly
not the faimers. When a change is
made it will be made for a free bridge,
and not for the old ferry system that
has been discarded years ago.
We are glad to be assured that the
'Buerger Verein" is not a myth, that
it is composed of bonafide citizens with
no hostile intentions. But if they do
not commit some rash ant it certainly
will not be the fault of fidgety old W.end
and his adjutant.
The closing flourish of his epistle is as
little as the man himself, and in ans
wer we would merely say that all the
medecines he has ever bought of
would not have physicked a flea.
us
At a most unfortunate time it has
been asceitained that the proceduie at
the time our school district was organ
ized was not quite according to law.
It appeals that the call for the meeting
at which the district was organized
was only published ten days, when the
law provided that it should be pub
lished twenty days. While the dis
trict is legally enough organized for all
common purposes, this flaw would pre
vent the Board of Education from dis
posing of the bonds,| to be issued for
the erection of the new school house, to
advantage and a call has accordingly
been issued for a meeting, to be held at
Turner Hall, next Monday, for the pur
pose of re-oiganizing the district We
say that this irregular procedure has
been discovered at a most unfortunate
time, because, the delay occasioned by
the le-organization of the district will
make it doubtful whether the building
can be completed this season and be.the
cause we understand that there are a
paity of men the city who, because
contract was not awarded to the
New Ulm bidder, propose to overthrow
the whole action of the board, and
some even declare that the building
not be built at all.
The Board of Education is composed
of honorable men, men who have the
welfare of the district at heart, and
under the circumstances they could
have done nothing else than to award
the contiact to the lowest bidder, who
was over $3,000 lower than
Berndt and Co., of this city, and their
action will receive the endorsement of
eveiy good citizen. We would appeal
to the better judgement of those that
are unjustly dissatisfied with the action
of the board, to look at the matter in a
bussiness-Iike manner, and they cannot
but sustain the action of the board,
24 I
The Iberia boys speak in highly ci
plimentary terms of the treatment
they received at the hands of the New
Ulm boys.' We understand that anoth
er game has been arranged, to come
off at Sleepy Eye, at some future day.
i iinlnTfT'
The Coming Great Show.:
?fp
W, W* Cote's mammoth circus, men"
agerkr and congress of living wonders
fe slowly but surely wending its way
Sew tlrmrar&s, and will pitch it* tents
on SehooMiouse Square, fiorfhoi the*
CeWFt'bxyuse, Tuesday, June 4*b, The
institution*, preceded by most
able nseirtJor* from the press* of place*1?*'favor
where they have given exhibitions. I i
is credited with magnificence, novelty,
elegance, enormous size, aatimalswith'"
out number^ apt artiste and wonderful
performances. Its bills, which hv
been put up on two- mammoth bulletin
boards, one on Centre street and the1
other on Second North street, enumer*
ate animals from all climes and of all
description, while its street parade is
spoken of as a pageant of royal grand*
eur. The greatest novelty presented I,
however, will be Capt. and Mrs* M, V.
the tallest man and woman lir
ing upon the face of earth, each 7 feet
11^ inches high he 32, she 29 years of
age] combined weight, one-half ton.
Both symmetrical in form, fine feat*
ures, and undoubtedly great curiosities.
The establishment has herds of cam
els and elephants to draw its mammoth
chariots has two bands, also a steam
band has a troupe of trained horses,
who perform altogether at one and the
same time in the ring has leaping
horses, riding monkeys, riding goats,
performing deer has two ponies that
perform the see-saw feat has a mam
moth circus company, travels on its
own railroad cars andbut read tha
advertisement which appears else
where, the bills and pamphlets and re
member the date, Tuesday, June 4th.
A good story of a ludicrous attempt
of suicide comes to us from -Sigel town.
It appears that a farmer of the above
named town, whose name might com
mence with the letter P, and who has
been in the habit of abusing his wife
and family on divers occasions, deliver
ed some steers in New Ulm, a week ago
last Monday. After having disposed
of hia steers he proceeded to invest the
proceeds in lager, but having filled up
to his fullest capacity he proceded on
his way home. By the time he reached
his domicile he had sobered up enough
to realize what a fool he had been
making of himself, and in consequence
he felt ugly, and at once began to vent
his ugliness upon his family who stood
it as long as they could and then left
the house, and sought refuge in the
brush close by. Now comes the laugh
able part of this story. Finding him
self left alone, and no doubt wishing to
gam the sympathy of those he had dri
ven pell mell from the house, he load
ed his gun, with a determination to
his miserable life.
The gun being loaded he proceeded
in fiont of the house, divested himself
of his shoes, placed the but of the gun'
on the ground, the muzzle over his
shouldei, and endeavored to pull the
trigger with his big toe. But it was
no go. Either the guard over the trig
der was too small or his toe was too
laige. At least he couldn't get it near
the trigger. Looking around to see if
any spectators were about,, he stooped
down, the muzzle still over his should
er, and pulled the trigger with his
finger. At the discharge of the gun
he fell over backwardssober.
The self-binder is now a complete sue-
&mong the several improvements in
our burg we may mention the new shoe
shop. Mr. August Wangurun, the
proprietor, seems to be the man that
can guarantee a good fit every time. 1
The emigration westward, by teams.
and trains, is simply enormous. We
wish them all happy times wherever]'
they may cast anchor,
5
cessa "big thing" for this country
where help is scaice, and wages high.
The Walter A. Wood, is apparantly the
leading machine, judging from the
victories it has gained over all other
machines, in the early harvests, in
Texas, Missouri, and other places. S.
D. Peteison, is agent for the Wood**T
machines at New Ulm, and we would
advise intending purchasers, to order
early, as Mr. Peterson teils us that he'
is afraid he will notl be able to supply
demand.
Barns Items.
Trade and commerce in our little jug^
Burnstownis very lively.
-W-
c, f^/r
We haye received another addition ^3
to the place. A grand saloon has just
been thrown open to the public. Ernst&&$
Fay, the gentleihanly proprietor, is theS^*^
right man in the right place. f
The lumber trade is lively. Mr. Ander
son's lumber yard is crowded every
day with teams hauling away lumber.
The frost for the last few nights was
quite severe, but as yet did no damage
that we heard of.
We have anew doctor in our town.v
Young Mr, Wellcome has come to live
amongst us. We wish him every sue
cess and good hick,
l%
The grain croplooks very promising,
and farmers are preparing for the har%
vest by providing themselves witb^
reapers, mowers, hay rakes, etc. The
self-binders seem to be the favorite
Our merchants are not at all behindSt
the times, as they are daily in receipT*.
of large quantities of goods, and are al
ways prepared to meet the wants of all
*&%&?
n*"-"

xml | txt