OCR Interpretation


New Ulm weekly review. [volume] (New Ulm, Minn.) 1878-1892, August 14, 1878, Image 1

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

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89064939/1878-08-14/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

A 4, J?
VOLUME I.
r\AKOTA HOUSE,
B)PI\ POST OFJSCENEW UL* MTOW,
APOU'H SETTER, PROP"*.
Shis house is lite most centraiiy located
house ID the city and affords good
Sample Booms.
F. WEBBEfc,
attorney & Counselor
AT LAW.
MONE O LOAN
Office over Citizen's National Bank.
SEW ULM, MINNESOTA
O PFEFEERLE,
Dealer in
GROCERIES and PROVISION?.
Canned, Dried and Oeen Fruit,
WJOITB AND FEED.
STO^K, WOO-BN A Tii.Lt MW WA*-
MINN ST NEW UTijI. MINN.
H. CHADBOURK,
President.
C. Ross,
Cashier
BROWN CO. BANK,
Cor. Minn, and Centre Streets.
NEW ULM, MINNESOTA.
Collections and all business pertaining
to banking
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILTIY
$500,000.
M.
HBNSHEI,,
A SCBILIA,
CHAS ROOS
JOHN BBLM
NewUlm CityMill,
Centre Street, New Ulm, Minn.
We are running day and night, and can supply
any quantity of best brands of Flour at
regulai rates on short notice.
"Wo ba\ improved machinery for the grinding
of sUoitsandfoddei, haunt added
a stone reserved for such
a puipose.
flour exchanged for wheat en very liberal
terms.
ME
NEW ULM CITY MILL CO
T^B QUINCY.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Harness, Collars, Saddles,
Saddlery, Blankets, Whips,
etc, etc., etc.
Upholstery and all ustorn wotk pertai^'ng
my cosiness promptly attended to
Minn St, opposite Cmcn Fcu^e,
INLWULM, X^N
Tlf JLENEMANN,
MANUFACTURER AND P1UI BU I S
Harnesses, Collars,
Saddles, Whips,
Saddlery, Blankets,
e*P.i etc., etc.
TJpholptery, and all custom work pertaining
to my business pi omptly attended to.
Minn. St Next Door to Ziher's Saloon,
NEW ULM.
MARKET, i
STTJEBE,- Prop'r.
A large supply of fresh meats, sausage, hares
lard, etc, etc constantly on baud All orders'
from tbe country promptly attended to
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
ft. i
MINN ST N
A kiu
r=~* t.4?f i &y
Republican State Convention/
A Republican State Convention will
be held at the Music Hall, St. Paul, on
WEDNESDAY* SEPTEMBER 4th,
1878, at 12 o'clock M., for the purpose
of nominating the following State offi
cers, to be voted for at the next gener
al election, viz:
Judge of Supreme Court.
We are reliably informed that
President Hayes has signified his in
tention -to visit Minnesota during
Fair week.
Tonnes Jensen, a Dane living in
town of Whitefield, Kandiyohi coun
ty, threshed his wife with a rake
handle for which he was fined $20.^0.
The Congregationalists of Waseca,
after church services on the 4th hist.,
adopted protest against the dese
cration of the Sabbath day by the
Turner festival at that place.
1
0
E W ULM MIN N
CITY
Meat MarkBt
**-^lfo.?&l
IV M. EPPLE, PROE'B,
-A large supply of fresh meats,1
sa^lle,
hams, lard, etc., etc., constantly on
band. All orders from the counts
try promptly attended to. fr
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
URN, STREET.
sfi
i
NEW ULM. MINN
General Manager Van Horn, of
the Southern Minnesota lailway,
thinks theie will not be moi-e than
1,TOO,000 bu-sheK of wheat to canj
on his load this ear while last year
about 6,000,000 bushels were hauled.
It is with regret that we announce
the death of the wife or M. C. Rus
sell, editor of the Lake City Leader.
She had suffered long and patiently,
her fatal disease being consumption.
Mr. Russell has the sympathy of the
Review.
Three political conventions will
be held in St. Paul, during fair week.
The Republican State convention
meets on the 4th, the Democratic
State convention on the 5th, and the
Third district Democratic congres
sional convention on the 6th.
We learn from the Windom Re
porter that arrangements have been
made with Dr, Carver, the greatest
rifle shot in the world, to exhibitnis
skill at the State Fair, at St. Paul.
Cant. Bogardus, the great shot gun
champion^ has also been secured.
They will shoot each day of the fair.
Fred Milbradt, a German farmer
living about twelve miles'south of
Heron Lake,, nie|t with, a faj al acci
dent Jast Saturday .afternoon. TWnile
engaged in cutting grain, he went
to the front of his reaper to remove
some oostruction from the sjeMe,
and while so doing, Tus hprses start
ed, causing the rake to strike him on
the head and the sickle to eut him so
severely that death followed a lew
minutes after the accidenjt,
j^
i
State Auditor.
Cleik of Supreme Couit.
The sevei al counties will be entitled
to delegates as follows:
Aitken 1
Anoka 2
Becker 3
Benton 1
Big Stone 1
Blue Earth 5
Blown 3
Caileton 1
Cirver 3
Cass 1
Chippewa 2
Chisago 3
Clay 1
Cottonwood 2
Ciow Wing 2
Dakota 4
Dodge 4
Douglas 3
Fanbault 4
Fillraoie 6
Pieebom 6
Goodhue 7
Giant 2
Hennepin 12
Houston 5
Isanti 2
Jackson 2
Kanabee 1
Kandivohi 4
LacqmPaile 1
Lake 1
LeSueur 3
Lincoln 1
Lyon 2
McLeod 3
Maitin 2
Meeker 4
Molle Lacs 2
Minison 5
Mower 2
Munay 3
Nicollet 5
Nobles 1
Olmsted 1
OttgrTail 4
Pembina 1
Pme 1
Polk 2
Pope 2
Ramsey 8
Redwood 2
Renville 3
Rice Rock 2
Scott 2
bheiburne 2
Sibley 3
Stearns 4
Steele 4
Stevens 2
St. Louis 2
Swift 3
Todd 2
Wabasha' 1
Wadena 5
Waseca 2
Washington 2
Watonwan... 4
Wilkin 1
Winona 6
Wnght 5
Yellow Medicine 2
The appoitionment as fixed by the
Convention is one delegate for each
organized county, and one for each four
hundied Republican votes, and major
fraction thereof, cast at the general
election of 1877.
GEO. A. BRACKETT, Chairman,
NEW ULM, WEDNESDAY* AUGUST 14th, 1878.
Austria is experiencing consider
able difficulty in taking possession
of her new provinces. At Kossna in
Bosnia the inhabitants killed 100 out
of the 189 Austrian hussars whom
they ambuscadedkilling the wound
ed, left on the field and mutilating
the bodies of all the dead. I Vien
na it is suspected the Porte encour
ages the inhabitants of the provinces
to resist Austrian occupancy and at
Constantinople there is a demand
that the term of occupancy shall be
fixed before Austria proceeds any
Serious trouble is appre-
farther,, hended.
iSi-Af iU
The Beaver Falls Times says that
the business of their county Audit
or's office is in a neglected and dem
oralized condition,that the books are
two years behind, and that the fi
nancial interests of the county are in
a ruinous condition. W thought
that something was wrong with the
Auditor, as we sent }rim a town or
der some time last spring which he
promised to collect for us, but so far
we have been unable to hear any
thing from it, although we have
written him two letters on the sub
ject. The County Commissioners
at their July meeting, requested him
to resign, but he politely told them
to go to h1. A%
The fast line on the Pittsburgh,
Cincinnatti & St. Louis lailroad met
with, a terrible accident at a point
one and a half mile west of Mingo
Junction, Ohio, at 1 a. m. last
Wednesday morning.
The train was composed of two
sleepers, one hotel car, one baggage
and two postal cars and two coaches,
the latter being accupied with emi
grants. At 1 a. m. at the point
named, the fast line, which was
twenty-six minutes oehind time and
running at the rate of forty miles
an hour, collided with a freight train,
and the entire train, except the hotel
car and sleepers was thrown from
the track and fearfully wrecked.
Eleven or twelve persons are report
ed killed, and fifteen to rventy seri
ously' wounded. All the passengers
iii- the sleepers escaped without seri
ous injury. The loss of life was con
fined to those in the forward cars, oc
cupied by the postal clerks and emi
grants.
The Cincinnatti postal car was
thrown over an embankment of thir
ty feet and completely demolished.
The postal clerks, Frank D. Graham,
A. W Andrews, and W Johnston,
were killed, and Geo. L. Mooran had
a leg broken. The St. Louis car was
thrown over an enbankment on its
end and badly wrecked Postal
clerks W Weast, W. Houston and
G. Matthews were mjuied, but it is
supposed not fatally. The baggage
and emigrant cars were thrown off
and badly wrecked, while the last
coach and sleepers remained on the
track and the occupants escaped al
most unhurt.
The killed and wounded were tak
en on a special train to Steubenville,
0., where officers of the road did
everything in their power to make
the wounded confortable. Both pub
lic and private houses were opened to
receive them, and they received the
attention of the best physicians* in
town. t*
K)
A NEW DEATH-DEALING MACHINE.
^v
THE "RIFLE BATTERY" WHICH RE-
DUCES DESTRUCTION TO A
FINE ART.
ifemi^s*
A gun, which promises to be the
most terrible agent of destruction of
modern times, is on exhibition at
the office of the patentees and in
ventors, Francis E. Meyer and Fred.
Schulz, in New York. The "rifle
battery," as it is called, is so con
structed as to deliver its fire either in
right line or in horizontal radiating
lines. The barrels, ranging in num
ber from six to twenty, are suffi
ciently far apart to prevent heating
from*continuous firing, and are fired
successively, instead of simultane
ously, at the rate of 20,000 shots an
honr. A steel cover in front of the
gnnners protects Jipm from the ene
my's fire. These guns.may be fired
continuously in one 'fixed direction,
or from side to sj4e, or the battery
may be made to vibrate laterally of
1 itself, at the discharge of each
jn?L ijgyv. .jg." .-jji-.." .'a ^^w^-
'l^X-V.^, (,,1 lUL'JJ
gun, thus sweeping the field in front.
The barrels are about an inch apart,
and at intervals, where the guns are
held by clasps, they are inclosed
within asbestos or some non-conduc
tor of heat.
The battery may be divided into
the barrels and the breech-lock or
machinery by which the barrels are
loaded and discharged, the whole
resting on a turn-table or pivot. The
balls are placed in a cartridge-re
ceiver at right angles to and resting
on the blocks. A the right of this
is a crank, at the left a lever. By
pressing the lever a given direc
tion the block is forced up to the
muzzle of the gun, when an auto
matic lever called the "finger" takes
hold of the catridges and withdraws
them from the recehei. Another
turn of the lever and the balls are
forced into the muzzles, and the bat
tery is loaded Then the crank at
the right is turned, and at every re
volution a needle is thrust forward
and strikes a cartridge with a suffi
cient force to explode it. Again the
lever on the left is turned, and the
"fingers" advance and withdraw the
spent cartridges, and the battery is
again ready to be loaded. JJy means
of a screw placed in the center of
the block the battery may be elevat
ed or depressed at pleasuie. The in
ventors are tr ing to have their guns
adopted by the the English govern
ment. They claim that they will be
especially effective in naval engage
ments. With a toy modol of the
battery a ball was fired through an
o,ak plank an inch in thicknesss at
fifteen yards.
A DEED OF DARING.
QNE APACHE INDLAN STAMPEDES FOUR
HUND11EH HEAD OF CATTLE RIGHT
UNDER THE NOSES OF THE HERDS
MEN.. An instance of what an Apache
Indian will do in the way of cool
daring, when the prize is worth the
risk, once occurred on a ranch in
Arizona.
The owner of the ranch was an
American. To guard against the
Apaches he liad built a block-hous.e,
and, adjoining it, a court-yard and
corral, surrounded by an adobe wall
eight feet high and two feet thick.
In the corral the hei was nightly
secured.
He had a contract to feed and
guard four hundred cattle, belonging
to the United States fort, some thirty
miles away. More than one attempt
had been made by the Apaches to
capture the heid, wljile feeding two
or three miles from the block-house.
But the vigilant herdsmen had driven
the cattle at a gallop into the corral
before the Indians could "stampede"
them.
One night there came a fearful
storm. A solitary Apache, unarmed,
and with nothing but a blanket to
protect him from the cold, rain,
climbed over the corrall's wall,
crouching in the corner he waited
for day.
Early in the morning, the storm
having passed away, eight herds
men, mounted and armed, waited at
the corral gate for the herd to be
turned out.
The gat6 was opened.7
ifcu^ft
THE STATE AUDITORSHIP.
Lone Tree Lake Correspondence.
be introduced A good tiling1
THe stocl?
poured out and filled the' gateway.
Suddenly, up sprung the Apache
vaulting on the n6arest horse, he
clutched its main with one hand,
while with the other he waved his
red blanket, and yelled like a de
mon.
In an instant every "hoof made
a rush, and the stampede began.
The horse, frightened, darted in the
midst of the flymg cattle.
As in a frency, they went? through
the gateway, the Apache clasped his
arms arouud the horse's neck,
and, throwing his body on one side
of the maddened animal, disappeared
from view. *$iss&fe#sjir* s|%
A thousand men amngeci in solid
column eould not have stopped that
rush of the crazed Jtenl down the
valley. The herdsmen fired a volley
which wpunded and killed sqme of
the cattle. &mm i~$^ ms&"fl i
Two bands of Apaches daring out
from opposite1
*ml
aides of the valley,
closed up from behind the herd.
Four hundre4head ofattl were
thus captured and run off by the dar
ing and cunning of one Apache, St.
fanH Globe.
ft'W%%
rsaa^as JP^
NUMBEE33.
a
?W
The- Lake City Leader expresses
our sentiments to a dot on the State
Auditor question. It says:
3
More or less is being said by the
papers in reference to the- ofSce of"
Statfr Auditor, which is to be filled
again by the coming State conven
tion. A few of the State papers are
favorable to the renomination of the
present incumbent, whilst many ex
press themselves in favor of a change,
backing up their action by many
good reasons. Among the names
mentioned for the place we notice^
most prominently, that of Mark Df
Flower, ho was, not long ago. Ad
jutant General of the Stateand he
made a good and faithful officer. Sb.
far as we are concerned, we are em
phatically in favor of a change, and*
General Flower is "good enough for
us," as the expression goes, and we
should be pleased to see him nomin
ated. I him, the State would have
an officer, as we verily believe who
wonld grace the position, and make
an able official in the very import
ant position of State Auditor. W
trust ihe State Convention, which
meets in^St. Paul, September 4th*
will give Mark D. Flower's name tk
favqrable/(r|nsideration
LONE TREE LAKE,
JULY 30th, 1878
Editor Review i i
In the list communication from Lone Tree, Pa
triot siys thnt a ceitain "feller" from an excess of
lemomde fell 'rom a swing Our friend denies that
hew as laboring undertheexcess of lemonide, and
we ihh to place Ins denial on record For fear
that the public might put a construction that would
Imply other\viie, we would say that our friend Is
strict]} temperate Never having taBted in a life
time so muchao a "wee drap" of the cratei 1 wiJI
mention that he stood upright in the swing, and
being unused to such exlnlei ating exercises, beenme
light-headed, and fell to the ground That was the
long and short of it We hope that he will calm
down instead of gh ing place to wrath Allnsirtn
was m.ido to our friend, by Patriot, to a Circum
stance that would imply that he was "nnttonod,'1
ho denies tins allegation He says that it amt so,
and that the public ought to know that Patiiit
draws a good deal on ins imagination fbr facts \in
wish to put this on record immediately, or Patriot
ill be scalped The idea of having him scalped at
the present time is not to be entei tamed for a mo
ment That other feller who Patriot says ran in the
wheelbairow race with one eye open is inclined to
take exception to this statement, but does not dp
ny the charge into There must be some ground foi
the grave chaige I have witnessed a good many
wheelbarrow laces in which the participants weie
blind folded, and must stvi that this feller 1 an on as
straight an air line as you could run out with a
comp is8, and if lie did'nt see lie ought to recen a
rewaid as the champion aii line runner Our tem
perance lectures have been discontinued foi a
time, and we hope for the good of the cause that
they will be suspended foi ever, if the last lecture is
x type oi what is to follow It was a digrace to
civilization, and the ultimate tendency of subh.
lectures is to reverse the tide of morality, and
"muddy" the social atmosphere We hope the
chairman-will put his chsippropiiation upon the
minuteb of the house as a standing irk of LK on
demnatoiy ieeltngs, and push through a resolution
that oui lectineis dispense with the use Of medital
authorities in discussing the evils ofamalgamate i
One of our citizens broke his harvester and as not
at church Sunday morning Where was he? Do
tell* The ladies of the preshytenan church hi &
formed a missionaiy and we wih them abunda'-t
success If those who are disposed tokick at even
thing ofthis kind would encourage such lnstifti
tion it would be more to then ccedit There is in
eveiy community a class who, if they cannot mjt,
are bound to lain Their disordered fancy
souice of trouble to them Poor creatines, they" ai
in torment unless alwaj petted and gratified
hope that for the sake of society, they could bo
transposed to a placewhere people are ail of thtir
own way of thinking May they get theie wish sonu
daj The swing ought to be taken down, people
get angry so easy A man sold hanself for 50 cts
That was more than he was worth There is a
poi that a wedding is about to be consumated
hope nothing will an.se to uuteifere with the peacr
able relation pf the parties, A
telephongis
soon to
Our youn folks can
utilise it The Foui tli ofJuly has engendered lnrif
feelings Better dispens with it altogether Lone
Tree oithodoxy is by the ear$ Let us li peacr*
(Fdlirrcei)
Every family shonld keep in their hpu/ie: some, pre.
natation for accidents and acute diseases, su^ch as.
Neuralgia, Headache, Too^li tche, Diphtheria, Sore.
Throat, Burns, Scalds, Sprains, Cuts, Brutaeg also
Colic, Pajofe, Jnflamation nn the Bowels These are
painful and need immediate treatment Much pain,
large doctor bills, and even Jife may be saved by
having something ready for fie. G6 to your drug
gist and get a bottleof Bixby's Death to Pain. Use,
for the above, and everything i\ is recpmmemied
for, and if it falls to give reBef, yonr mpney will be,
refunded It is used internally and externally
Don't hesitate to use a remedy endorsed by phym
cians, and which tbe proprietor takes ail the risk
For sale by ajl Druggists Try it for yourself Jos
Bobleter keeps it in New U!m Also by the propri
eter,L Bixby, Owatonna Minn who will supply
the trade
I
tfi'rt
*D$% 11VERIS KING,
The Liver is the imperial organ *of
(the whole human system, as it controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its piopei ac-,,
tion, all kinds of ailments are its natui
al result. The digestion of food, the*
movement of the heart and blood, the
action of the bram and nei vous system,
are all immediately connected with the
workings of the Liver. It has been
successfully proved that Greens August
flower is unequalled curing all per
sons afflicted with Dyspepsia or Liver
Complaint, and all the numerous symp-^
toms that result from an unhealthy con-V
dition to the Liver and Stoinaeh^v*^
Sample bottles to try 10 cents. PQSI-J,^
tivery sold in all towns of the Western
Continent. Three doses will prove
that iP is just 'what you want. Fq?

xml | txt