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the - ring the and buried out animals a flow - We Onr This forty many and here to This thousand for meet weeks. very was is the a plauts The the quite very in to Dusseldorf numerous Onr Rhine. birthplace also a place to boil eggs. There are many fine gardens gardens and pleasure grounds, and the buildings are large and handsome. From hero we took a flying trip toSaar - brnokeu. Tin's place is well known as being the scene of the great battle fought on Spiechernberg, August C, 1870, between between tha French nud Prussiaus. We visited tho " Ehrouthall " (cemetery,) Ilere lie many soldiers who fell iu the battle at Bpiechernborg. There is a largo mouumeut erected in honor of the dead, on which are tho names of many soldiers who fell in the hattlo. We went ou top of Spiechernberg. There are many graves scattered over the hill. One grave contains a soldier of the Fortieth Prussian regiment and a soldier of the Fortieth French regiment. There are several large monuments erected on top of Spiechernberg, on one of which is tho following inscription : "F'H 1IA11E FUll DIASAH FALS, 1118 IN DAU TODA OEHTItlOHAll," Our next visit was to the large open field. Here stands a stono bearing this inscription : " I.UI.IIS EBSTES debut 2 A1TO. 1870. Pkincb Naj'Oleon. " It is said that Prinoe Napoleon rested at this spot. You can have a fine view of the surrounding villages from here. Tho town hall has large paintings of the battle. The Saur divides Saarbrinken and St. J uli aim; there is a flua bridge across the Suar. We took our departure departure from Saarbrinken and went to Mer - ienbach. Here we visited relations, also took n drive to Carlsbrun to visit relatives relatives and to see the old homestead of our parents, took a walk to the cemetery and viewed tho grave where lies buried our father's father and mother. Carlsbrun Carlsbrun is surrouuded by heavy forest. There is no railway line to Carlsbrun. There are a number of coal mines near here. We next took a drive to Forbaoh, Nasweiler, Bosebruok, Emmersweiler n:d to Hj doker's mill. Here is still standing tho old mill wherein our father worked before ho left Germany, Wo bid goodbye and departed for St. Read the A. No 9.30 rector. school incited. m. to invited. A tho hold Presbyterian Rev. 10:30 You services street, 10:30 welcome. Rev. from Third at 2 . Rev. who will distinguished a Tho services Preaching Ind., school a evening

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  1. The Fort Wayne Sentinel,
  2. 28 Aug 1886, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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