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flew Ulm Review
JOHNSON 4 W1CHERSKI. hmm%.
Wednesday July 24, 1«9S-
Mankato is to be visited by a ball
club from Boston, made up of ladies in
bloomer costume. Boston's boasted cul
ture must be on the decline.
Col. Heniy Watterson relers to certain
Democratic leaders as "noisy zealots
drunk upon the verbosity of their own!
rhetoric." He must have been reading
Cleveland's letters on finance and matri
By what strange law of oaind is it that
an idea long overlooked and cttrodden un
derfoot as a useless stone suddenly spar
kles out in new light,as a.discovered dia
The next president of the United .States
will have a glorious opportunity to .emu
late.Jeffersoman simplicity by ridingtohis
ma-uguration on a bicycle and going
through the ceremony with his trousers
tied iu at the ankles.—Pioneer Pre^s.
How some peopie do enjoy poisoning
the sunshine. Here is a minister who
thanked the Lord in his sermon that the
apple-b'ossoms had been destroyed by
frost, because if there were no apple
blossoms there would be no cider.—
Mr. Whitney would make a creditable
Democratic candidate for President, but
lie has never done anything to justify
the suspicion that he would be willing
to head a procession "through a slaugh
ter house to an open grave."—St. Louis
The American people are not worry
ing so much about the possibility of a
third term for Cleveland as they are
about the fact that there is a good deal
of his second term to be endured.—St,
Louis Globe Democrat.
Every blade of grass in the field is
measured the green cups and the colored
crowns of every flower are curiously
counted the stars of the firmament wheel
in calculated orbits even the storms
have their laws.—Blaikie.
Difference of climate must have its ef
fect on the members of the bench. For
instance, a New York judge decides thai
it IB wrong to sell soda water on Sunday,
whereas the Supreme Court of California
holds that poker playing for money is in
the eyes of the law as innocent as chess
The Minneapolis Tribune suggests that
if Congressman Towne wants to meet a
foeman worthy of his steel and an able
sound money advocate, let him challenge
Congressman McCleary. Well, we don't
know about that. McCleary has already
been challenged once by Mr. Lind to meet
him either on the platform or in a news
paper discussion, but he has always seen
tit to decline. Unless he considers Mr.
Towne a pigmy of intelligence we hard
ly believe that McCleary would accomo
date the Tribune.
II. E. Hoard writes in ins Montevideo
Leader as follows: A good friend writes
ns as follows: "I read your editorials on
the money question with much interest
and appreciate the truth that is in them."
He then adds, "but I suppose you know
where they will land you politically
Well, no, we don't know, and we don't
care very much. We have always sup
posed we were a good Republican, and
judging by the platforms and declara
tions of the party we think so yet, but
the way some of tlie newspapers and ma
ny of the selfstyled leaders are talking
now a-days, we are not quite sure of it.
For a great many years, the Republican
party was right on all the great national
questions and in those days it was almost
always victorious. Perhaps it would be
more successful now if it were more am
bitious to be exactly right. One thing is
certain: It cannot serve two masters and
continue in power. If it is to remain the
party of the people, it cannot continue to
be the party of the plutocrats.
The Press News has talked to a num
ber of intelligent farmers living in the
vicinity of Winnebago City, about Prof.
bugger's infected chinch bugs. Last sum
mer they gave these bugs a trial and the
result was extremely unsatisfactory.
Somehow' it produces a big laugh to men
tion this bug subject to a farmer who
lias tried the experiment. He looks up
on it as a hocus pocus.—Winnebaero
Exactly. The average farmer last
sunnier took n© stock in Prof. Lugger's
theory when he told them to try it early
and refused to believe that there were
chinch bugs on his farm until the crops
were almost gone and it was too late to
follow the Professor's advice. Follow
Lugger's prescription, as you would that
on a bottle of medicine, and you will find
that it works to a charm.He never claimed
that it would do everything under all
People about Towa.
Herman Mueller and Carl Albrecht^of
St. P^ul are spending a few days with
the family of Wm. Hummel.
fibs. Albert Wagner and eon of Man
kato spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
C. Heller returned from his Minneapo
lis visit Saturday afternoon.
Rev. Nathaniel Friedmann and wife of
St. Paul are the guests of relatives her«
J. G. Koch and C)tto Held returned to
their posts of duty at Canby Monday
Miss Ida Heera is home from Little
Falls for the bummeir vacation.
Miss Espensen left for Wisconsin Sat
urday to visit with relatives.
Miss McBride of St James spent Sun
day with Mrs. Rev, Campbell.
Herman Hein, the Chicago .gymnastic
instructor, and Carl Hein .of Topeka,
Kansas, .are enjoying a brief visit with
relatives in this city.
Miss Helena Schlichting of Owatonna
is a guest of New Ulm friend* this week.
Prof. George Wagner of the Kortli
western University is expected to .arrive
here frcm Chicago today.
Lt. L. C. Scherer of Ft. Leavenworth.,
Kansas, is home again for a month's va
Lt. Scherer of the Regular army and
Capt. Steinhauser of the militia whl pay
a visit to the Wisconsin militia encamp
ment at Camp Douglass next week.
Albert Seiter and sister, Meta, and
Miss .Eichniann will leave for St. Paul
to-morrow to attend the Hermann's fes
Mrs. L. G. Vogel returned from a
month's visit with her sister in St. Paul
Mrs. Noach of Morton is being enter
tained by Mrs. Jos. Schmucker.
Mrs. Rev. Banmgarten received a visit
last week from her sister who lives at
Horace Newhart returned from Hano
ver, New Hampshire, accompanied by
his mother and sister,Friday evening.
Miss Elise Hellman arrived from Chi
cago early in the week for a few weeks'
visit with her parents. Alf. Hcllmann
was also over from Gibbon on Sunday.
Miss Lou Baasen and her friend. Miss
Roth c." i-^ringlield, are visiting at Wa
W, E. Reim, the Mankato Lutheran
teacher, is spending a portion of his va
cation here, together with his wife.
Dr. Strickler was in Mankato Friday.
His brother returned with him from St.
Mrs. Frantz and Mrs. Peterson of
Sleepy Eye were in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. Zelle of Havana, 111., is visiting
with her sister, Mrs. H. D. Beussmann.
Mrs. Zimmermann and children of
Winona spent Monday with Mrs. Hen
Mrs. Schonlau and children returned
to Chicago Monday afternoon.
Martin Hose was down from Tracy
Wm. Mueller and wife of St. Peter
tarried over Sunday with the family of
Mrs. Dr. Schoch will return from "St.
Joe, Missouri, to-morrow.
Mrs. Alemann of St. Paul has been
spending a few days here with friends.
Mrs. Blanchard will go to St. Paul the
latter part of the week to be gone about
a month. In her absence Blanch will
find himself back at the Dakota House,
where once upon a time he used to be as
permanent and familiar a fixture as the
old wall clock.
T. Crone went to St. Paul on business
Young Mr. Schubert left for St. Paul
Miss Mary Kleinknecht returned to
St. Paul Monday after a week's visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Moeger have been en
joying a visit recently from Mr. Schlos
ser and family of Shakopee.
Mrs. McHale is the guest of Waseca
Mrs. Col. Bobleter is visiting relatives
and friends in this city.
Rev. Koehler and wile of Hutchinson
are the guests of Rev. Albrecht.
The haunts of happiness are varied
and rather unaccountable, but I have
more often seen her among little chil
dren, and home firesides, and the country
houses, than anywhere else—at least
think so.—Sydney Smith.
Even sleep is characteristic. How
charming are children in their lovely in
nocence! How angel-like their bloom
ing hue! How painful and anxious is
the sleep and expression in the counte
nance of the guilty.—W. von Humbolt.
THE BIG FEATURES IN A BIG SHOW JUST FOUND! JUST ADDEDf
O I I I & Btfl OWO Kangaroo in the world As the world
THE \\J I A I I ever placed em exhibition in the world. Th
ONLY VV I 1 O JL*IV*MNO only two ever seen by civilized man They
were captured by a Pirate Sealing Vessel up on the Kus-kok-vim River, Alaska, and when found were being
worshipped by the Natives, who hold them as sacred as the Natives of India do the White Elephant. Hum
boldt or Darwin write nothing of this specia, still we hold the proof of their existence.
Mm (0110000 People. 1000 Reserved Reaming opera lOOO Enclosed Decorated Box seats.
X9~5o Experienced Ushers to attend to the wants of ladies and children. Experienced Detectives employee
to protect the patrons of this moral exhibition. NOTHING LACKING NOTHING HISSING
We hare the Grandest Conglomeration of Moral Exhibits that Money, Perseverance ana
Experience will permit us to Collee*,.
See the Golden, Gleaming Free STREET PARADE
TWO GRAND EXHIBITIONS DAILY! CHEAP ROUND-TRIP EXCUR
SIONS ON ALL LINES OF TRAVEL!
Remember the day and date. We never change it
New Ulm, Wednesday July 31.
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f1 Our Brewery is one of the largest in the Northwest. It is also
\\.C splendidly equipped and the product is of the finest quality. Ask
for Hauenstein's beer if you want a good-tasting healthful drink.
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Secured at a cost of over $25,000. A Towering Giant among
hrs fellows! The very Lord of Beasts! Taller! Longer!
Weighs More! Costs more than any elephant ever captured
alive or brought from his native jungle BAJAH is on ex hi
bition at all times in the big teut. No extra charge. One
ticket admits to all the advertised show. 2 inches taller a»'
3000 lbs. heavier than Jumbo.
Pows older and wiser science teaches man the true na-
ture of beasts The above cut shows the exact position of FIGHTING TOM, (the Boxing Kangaroo), who
a as secured by Lemen Bros'. Foreign Agent at a cost of $10,000.00. He will positively appear in the
ring daily with his Trainer.
In the English and German Languages. All work
jHromptly and neatly executed
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JULY 4th, 1776
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A Pretty Foot.
Her feet, like little mice,
Steal in aid out as if they feared the light."
What a Pretty Little Foot she has!
How often you hear tbat from observing men and appreciated
women. Most everyone likes to see a pretty foot and most
every lady would like to show one THAT'S GHT. Now
then, when you get a pretty, well made, easy fitting shoe on a
pretty foot, what a combination! Oh, say! Life is worth living,,
after all! Well, we have in stock just that kind of goods. "We
lead and others follow.
Your Obedient Servant,
THE SHOE MAN
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1 Angelina Flour,
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