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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 September 1882

1 1 I ^W VOLUME VNO. 39 rUBUftMBD BVEET WKDKI8DAT BT JOS. BOBLETER* Oafee ova CHj Drug Btere. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in advance. Rate* off Advertising. rUHNISHBD UPON APPLICATION. Advertisements lo double column, double the lux)* column rates Business Cirdiofflvt lines, oneyw $5,09, additional line 75 cts. All transient advertisements to be Jpsld for la advance. Advertisements Inserted In the local notiee col. ni, ten cte a Hue for the first Insertioni and 6 eenta a line for each subsequeat Insertion but no notice inserted for less than SO eta Aiaouneemente of marriages and death! Insert, ed free but obltaarjr notice*, except In special caaee, will be charged at advertleiag rate*. Legal notleea will be charged 75 cts per folio For the first insertion, and 26 eta per folio for each abseqaent Inwrtlon All legal notice* must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oiderlag them published, and no afldavit of publication win be given nntll the publication feee are paid....

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 September 1882

T- i I i I 1 fc STEW -tyzjawdc, autxasraiT Wednesday, September 27 1882. Republican Nominations. For Member of Congress, Second Diilntt JAMES B. WAKEFIELD, of Faribault county. For Judge, Ninth Judicial Distnct, BENJAMIN F. WEBBER, of Brown county. LEGISLATIVE TICKET, For SenatorNinth Distiict, SAMUEL D. PETERSON., Foi Repiesentative, FREDERICK GERBOTII. COUNTY TICKET For County Auditor, HENRY B. CONSTANS. For Clerk of the District Couit, ALBERT BLANCHARD. For Registei of Deeds. ALFRED F. AVALTON. For Sheriff, EDWARD CASEY. Foi Judge of Piobate, ERNST BRANDT. Foi County Attorney, JAMES M. THOMPSON. Foi County Suiveyor, JULIUS BEENDT. Foi Coroner, JON \S LAUDENSCHLAGER. The California Green backers have nominated a lady lawyer, Mrs. Mar ion Todd, as their candidate for attorney general. Mr S. P. Sprague, the Alliance State lectnrev, proposes to put in his time between now and election day in this congressional district advocacy of Mr. Latimer's congres sional claims. At a meeting of ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 September 1882

i l* li NEW ULM ANP VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Winona & Saint Peter Railway. Going East. Day Passenger 6.68a Night 9-50 pm Freight No 14 10:15am Going West. Pay Paaaenger *B.20 Night 14:49 am Freight No 18*12:20 am Freight No. 19 2:10 Except Sunday, Dally. Freight trains Noa. 13,14 and 19 ONLV are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMAN X. Agent. Officers of Brown County, Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constsns. TusAivam-W. Sebubert. Ruasrrsrxor osncDtA Walton. Junos o PROBATKE Brandt Cf.XHKor DIST. COURTAlbert SnK&irrEdward Casey StmvxTORJ Berndt COURT COMMISSIONERA Hagberg COOHTV ATTORNEYB Webber CORONERJonas Laudewschlager COUNTT SUPERINTENDENTD.G Claiy NF.WUi.iri riAUHKT REPORT. [Borrected weekly bj R. PFEFFERLK, dealer in Grain, Provisieus, OroterlEa and Country Pro- duce.] GRAIN. Well's Health Renewer restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Im potence, Sexual Debility. 81 Oil paintings and chromos in great variety at Ch...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 September 1882

'i I 1 Jf lit INVISIBLE POISON. How it Works its Way into the and How to Counteract it. One of the great scourges of the present year in all parts of America has been malaria. This is a trouble so treacherous iu Its nature and so dangerous in its results as to justly cause apprehension wherever it has appeared. But there are so many er rtyieotts ideas upon the subject that a few words are in order at a time when people are subject to malarial influenc es. Malaria, which means simply bad air, is the common name of a class of dieases which arrive from scores of decaying vegetable matters thrown oil fiorn stagnant pools or piles of veg etation undergoing decomposition. These spores wheu inhaled with the breath or taken into the system with water soon enter the blood aud ger minating there And a foothold, and the wnole system is poisoned and the various functions disordered. When the germ theory of disease was first advanced it was supposed that these spores were of animal nature, and l...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 October 1882

I' 1 i I iqpiMiijiijJijiiiiiiiitiiin,| .m^iN i i ^^^p^,w^^ "mm VOLUME V. NO 40 Mlccliiy Jlcmew. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in advance. Uncus of Advertising FU11NISHED UPON APPLICATION. A lverti9omont9 in double column, double the jingle column rnteo Bumiesa rda of ftve lines, one year S5.00, each additional line 75 cts ,_, Ml transient atlveitUementa to be paid Tor ia advance Advertisements inserted inthelocal notice col. umns, ten ct9 line for the first insertion and 5 cent* a line Tor oa* subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than 50 eta A mouncements of marriages and deaths insert ed free but obituary notices, except in special cases, will be charged at advertising rates. Legal notices will be charged 75 ots perfo tho flrst insertion, and Jr folio Tor cts per foli each subsequent Insertion All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oiderln^ them published, and...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 October 1882

*TBW "CTCA*., StCXXTCT Vednesday, October 4, 1882. Republican Nominations. For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, JAMES GILFILLAN. For Member of Congress, Second Pistr ct. JAMES B. WAKEFIELD, of Faribault county. For Judge, Ninth Judicial District, BENJAMIN F. WEBBER, of Brown county. LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For SenatorNinth District, SAMUEL D. PETERSON., For Representative, FREDERICK GERBOTH. CO UNTY TIC KET. For County Auditor, HENRY B. CONSTANS. For Clerk of the District Court, ALBERT BLANCHARD. For Register of Deeds. ALFRED F. WALTON. For Sheriff, EDWARD CASEY. For Judge of Probate, ERNST BRANDT. For County Attorney, JAMES M. THOMPSON. For County Surveyor, JULIUS BERNDT, For Coroner, JON4S LAUDENSCHLAGER. A train of 100 cars of teain four sectionspassed through Illi nois last week, bound east. Value over a million dollars. This is the largest shipment of tea ever made by rail. Jim Caldwell, the train robber, and one of the most notorious of surviving members of the James gang, has ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 October 1882

I P^ i NEW ULM AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Uiuo'ia & Saint Pe*er Rs'lway. Going We.*. Going East. 1) y Passenger C'SSa Nitfit 9 50pm Freight No 14*10'15am Day Pasonger *5.20 Night 14:49 am Frel ght No J2:20 a Freight No. 19 *2:10 Except Su.id.iy. Ditily. Freigut trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEaf ANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address Now Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constaus. TREASURERF. Schubert. HSUISTER or MKDS A Walton JunoB or PKOBATX -E Brandt C( KRKOT THS DIT CounrAlbert Blanchard SiiKRirrEdward Casey SURVEYORJ. Berndt. COURT COMMISSIONXR\ Hagberg COUNTY \TTORNKYB Weober CORONERJonas LaudeNschlager COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTD O Claiy Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAI ORH Con^tans COUNCILORSE l'ahl, Boock, Keller, II Pfotlerle and Pftennmger CLKHKJacob NIK THKASURERFr. Forster CITY JUHTICKSIt Fuchcr and Biasen CITY ATTOUNKIJos A Eckstein CONSTABLEJo* Gallon MAHIIALF Meile NEWfJimiSABKET Hl^O...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 October 1882

c$^sv*?,*- 'i^r^jt ^t?^^w^ FATAL MISTAKE. How a Blundering Judgement May Re sponsible for the Most Serious Results* be Mr. Edwin Booth said recently that he supposed his lungs were af fected having a persistent cough un til he saw Dr. Mackenzie, of London, who found that his symptom arose fiom a disturbance of the hvei.-iV. Y. Ihrald. The above item, which has heen go ing the rounds of the press, is of no special significance other than to the personal fuendsot Mr. Booth, except that it bungs to light a trvth of the gieatost importance to the world. Few people pass thiough lite without the affliction of a cough at some point in their career. In most cases this is considered the lesult ot a cold or the begining of consumption, and thous ands have become terutied at this rev elation and have sought by a change ot an and the use of cough medicines to aveit the impending dis aster. It may safely be said that more than half the coughs which are afflicting the world to-day do not have the...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 11 October 1882

4 **44 i i. I. "X "I 'Jit VOLUME V. NO 41 WittJxty 'j&mim. PUBLIftMID EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office over City Drug Store. TERMS One Dollar and a half per year in advance. Rate* of Advertising*- VUUNISHED UPON APPLICATION. AdvertlsomenUio double column, double the (inirle column rates. Business Cards of Ave lines, ono year $5,00, each additional line 75 cts. All transient advertisements to be .paid for in advance. Advertisements Inserted in the local notice col nmns, ten cts a Hue for the drst insertion and 5 cents a line for each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than 50 cts Announcements of marriages and deaths insert, ed free but obituary notice*, except In special cases, will be charged at advertising rates. Legal notices will be charged 75 cts per folio for the ffrst Insertion, and 35 cts per folio for each subsequent insertion. All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney older"ng them published, and no affidavit of publica...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 11 October 1882

Wednesday, October 11, 1882. Rep ublican Nominations, For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, JAMES GILFILLAN. For Member of Congress, Second D'strict. JAMES B. WAKEFIELD, of Faribault county. For Judge, Nlnth'.Judicial District, BENJAMIN F. WEBBER, of Brown county. LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For SenatorNinth District, SAMUEL D, PETERSON., For Representative^ FREDERICK GERBOTH. COUNTY TICKET. For County Auditor, HENRY B. CONSTANS. For Clerk of the District Court, ALBERT BLANCHARD. For Register of Deeds. ALFRED F.WALTON. For Sheriff, EDWARD CASEY. For Judge of Probate, ERNST BRANDT. For County Attorney, JAMES M. THOMPSON. For County Surveyor. JULIUS BERNDT. For Coroner, JONAS LAUDENSCHLAGER. Arabi Pasha wants to be tried by the English. He expects no mercy at the hands of his own country men. The main line of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern railroad was completed to Worthington last Saturday. Ex-Governor Pillsbury was knocked down and run over by a horse and carriage last Wednes...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 11 October 1882

IT "T7fl^^pfKfi^%p^^ NEW ULM AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS* GUIDE. Winona Saint Peter Railway. Going Eaet. Day Passenger 0i58 Might 9:50pm FreightBo. 14 10:15a Tea*, Japan, Going Weet. Day Pauenger 6:20 Night J4:4am Fret gut No 13 12:20 am Freight No. 10 9:10 Except Sunday, Xaily Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye 0. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. AODITOKH. B. Constans. ZXSESt Walton llZZjVZ^vT*l&litorl Sa-aaiv'*'Edward Casey. SwnvnTonJ. Berndt. OotTRT CoMMieaoi---A. HMbwg0 CO0TT ATTO***-. F. Cononan-Jonas Green, Black, 1 BUachard tB cWebber. a GRAIN. Wheat, Oats. Corn, Barley, wf Officers of the City of New Ulm. &%^S, Boock,H. Keller, R. Pfefterle snd Pfaenningor. CtKJacob Nix. RXS^*E&***- Bsasen. CITT AT*OBMT-JOS A Eckstein. COMSTABI.1Jps Galles. MAMMALF. Melle. NEWULMWAHKliT REPORT. JBorrected wc*kly^ PFErFERLK, dealer l Grain, Provisions, OrocertEs and Country Pro...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 11 October 1882

5 1 Facta Worth Remembering. Sudden deaths do not come front heart disease, one case in twenty, but from congestion of the lungs or brain, or from apoplexy. More die from con gestion of the lungs than of the brain, tied more of congestion of the brain than from apoplexy. Sudden death from heart disease is usually caused by rupture of some large artery near the heart from con gestion of the lungs, by instantly stop ping the breath from congestion of the brain, by causing pressure on the brain, which paralyzes and instantly destroys life from apoplexy, by hemorrhage in the brain. Heart disease most frequently results from neglected or improperly treated rheumatism. It more often follows mild rheumatism than the severe kind, because severe rheumatism receives prompt treatment, while the mild form is often neglected and left to work its way to the heart Persons who suppose themselves suf fering from heart disease because they have pain in the region of the heart, or palpitation, seldom ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 18 October 1882

VOLUME V. NO 42 fflSUcaln ftarienr.BROWN rU BUSHED BVERY WEDNESDAY BT JOS. BOBLETER. Offloe over City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in dvance. Rate* of Advertising FUUVISHKD UPON APPLICATION. A IverUsomentu in double column, double the Ingle column rate* Business Cards of five lines, one year f5 00, each additional line 75 cts %ll tr ituileitt advertisements to be paid for In dvance A1 Advertisements Inserted \n the local notice col. uinns, ten cts a Hue for the first irsertion and 5 cents a line for each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than 60 cts A inouncementi of matrices and doaths insert, ed freet but obituary noti e, except in special cases, will be chnrge I at advtrtisjog rates Leical notices will be ctn rged 73 cts per folio Tor the first insertion, and io cts per folio for each subsequent insertion All let?i! notices must be upon the* responsibility of the attorney oiderlng them published, and no affld ivit or publication will tie gi...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 18 October 1882

Sjfyw Si$i\m jjjfrtvittv* arsw "o*x.^c., avMasrw Vednesday, October 18, 1882. Republican Nominations. r^Hv: For Chief Justice of tho Supreme Comt, JAMES GILFJLLAN. For Member of Congress, Second District. JAMES B. WAKEFIELD, ofFaribaulk county. For Judge, Ninth Judicial Distuct, BENJAMIN WEBBER, of Brown county. LEGISLATIVE TICKET, For SenatorNinth District, SAMUEL D. PETERSON., For Repiesentative, JOSEPH BOBLETER CO UNTY TIVKET. For County Auditor, HENRY B. CONSTANT Clerk of the District Coiut, ALBERT BLANCIIAHD. For Register of Deeds. ALFRED F. WALTON. For Sheriff, EDWARD CASEY. Tor Judge of Probate, ERNM' BRANDT. For County Attorney, JAMES M. THOMPSON. For County Suiveyor. JULIUS BERNDT. For Coroner, JON \S LAUDENSCIILAClEIt. The Democratic State convention last week endorsed the nomination of Judoe Gilfillnn for re-election as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The convention was slimly attend ed- A serious riot occurred in Lim erick, Ireland, last Sunday. A policeman suffered ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 18 October 1882

1 i I GRAIN. 1 f^f,jr^w T^-y^w^ NEW ULM AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. WIUOM & Stint Peter Railway. Ging East. Going IVrst. Day Passenger *:58a tn Day Passenger *5:20 Nigbt 9:50pra Night 14:49am Freight*. 1410:15.im Freight No 13 *U:20 a ra Freight No. 19 2 10 ra Except Sunday, Daily. Freight trains No8. 13,14 and 19 ONLT are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANX. Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constans. THSAtirasRF. 8cbubert RHUIITIH OF DIEDS-A. Walton. Junan or PROBATEE. Brandt Cl.BRKOF THK DIIT COURT Vlbei Bunilini SaxRirrEdward Casey. 8UBVXTORJ Berndt. COURT COMMIIHONKR-A Hagberg COUIITT ATTORNEYB Webber ConownR-^Jonas Laudeuschlager COUKrr SuFimiiTKKDiiiri-D O CUiy Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH Constans. COUNCILORSE. Pahl, BOOCK, Keller, Pfefferle and Pfa.nninger CLIBSJacob Nix TRBASCBIR Fr Forster CIXT JUSTICESR. Fischer and Baascn OITT ATTORNBTJos A Eckstein COXITAILIJos Gallea MAR...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 18 October 1882

WIT AHD HUMOR. He who says all he likes will often hear what he docs not like. When a bald-headed man buys a duster, mohair would be most appropri ate. "My dear boy," wrote an Irishman to his son, "never put off till to-mor row what you have done to-day." "I'm going through the dark valet," said the highwayman, as he robbed the colored coachman. The coat tail flirtation is the latest. A wrinkled coat tail bearing dusty toe marks means "I have spoken to your father. Force of hnbit is wonderful! A Natick man named Tucker christened his son Daniel, and ever) body makes it a point to tell the boy to gut out of Jhe way. "It is not necessary for a roan to be poor to be honest." Certainly not. But it seems sort o' half way necessary for a man to be poor if he is honest. Quiz. The Bridgeton (Me.) News calmly says: "The types last week made us say that 'The showers were not sufficient to meet the wants of milkmen/ etc., in stead of niillnien.' The farmers have made such a profit on sunflower...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 25 October 1882

ftttUclihj gtemcio. flTBLIfchlD BVERY WEDNXBOAT BT JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Stan. TBUMS: J^One Dollar and a half per rearm i vance. Raisaof Advertising. FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. advertisements In double column, double the single column rates easiness Cards of Ave lines, one year tS.00, etch additional line 75 cts. AUtrnnsieuUdvertlKmantitoba paid for advance Advertisements Inserted intheloeal notice col. twins, ten cts a line for the first tbtertloaaadf eents a line for each subsequent insertion but ao notice inserted for less than AO cts Announcements of marriages and deaths insert ed free but obituary notiae*. except In special cases, will be charged at advertising rates. Legal notices will be charged 75 cts per folio for the first insertion, and 05 cts per folio for eaeb ubasquent Insertion All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney otderlng Ibem published, and no affidavit of publication will be given until the publication fees are paid. tn ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 25 October 1882

&A 2TSW TTXatf., 3CZ2TST Vednesday, October 25, 1882. Republican Nominations. For Chler Justice of the Supreme Court, J.\MES GILFILLAN. For Memberof Congress, Second District JAMES B. WAKEFIELD. For Judge, Ninth Judicial District, BENJAMIN F. WEBBER, LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For SenatorNinth District, SAMUEL D. PETERSON.. For Representative, JOSEPH BOBLETER CO VNTY TICKET For County Auditor, HENRY B. CONSTATS. *Clerk of che District Court, ALBERT BLANC HARD. For Register of Deeds. ALFRED F. WALTON. For Sheriff, EDWARD CASEY. For Judge of Probate. ERNST BRANDT. For County Attorney, JAMES M. THOMPSON. For County Surveyor, JULIUS BERNDT. For Coroner, JON\S LAUDENSCHLAQER. Texas farmors propose to sell 50, 000,000 bushels of corn this year, whereas, last year they bought. Assistant Secretary New thinks that Martin I. Tovnisend of New York will succeed Secretary Folger in the Tieasury Department. A grandson of Davy Ccockett is an editor in Arkansas. If he is as skillful with his pen as hi...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 25 October 1882

fr i 11 i, i NEW ULM AND VI CINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Winom & Saint Peter Railway. Going East. Day Passenger *6*68am Night 9:50pm Freight No. 14 10:l&am Going West. Day Passenger *5*20 Night 14-49 am Freight No IS 12:20 am Freight No. 19 *2:10 E cept Sunday, Daily Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye 0. W. HEIDEMANX, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH Constans. TK1.ASVXBS-F Scbubert KKUISTDH or DEEDSA. F. Walton. JunaK or PROBATEE. Brandt. Cf ERKor THE DIST. COURTAlbert Blanchard SHERIFFEdward Casey. SURVEYORJ Berndt. COURT COMMISSIONERA Hagberg COUISTT ATTORNEVB Webber CoHONERJonas Laadenschlager. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTD.O Clary. Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH Comtans CouvtiLouE O Pahl, Bootk, Keller, Pfeflerle and Pfaenningtr CLnKJacob Nix TREASURER Fr Forster CITY JUSTICESR Fischer and Baascn CITY ATTOBNBYJOH A Eikstein COVSTABLKJos Galles MARSHALF Melle KEWDLmSlAHK...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 25 October 1882

wa M(#JWifffci^ MM The Paris Gamin Ever since Victor Hugo told the story of Little Garroche in "Lcs Miserable*," there has been great interest in tho gamins" of Paris. These little fol lows often leave good homes and wan der in the streets in poverty, in order to gain what they call "liberty." But their adventures are often amusing. An urchin of this class was brought into court in Paris the other day, charged with being a vagrant. His mother ap peared to make an appeal for him, and the following dialogue ensuedr "Your boy was found sleeping in one of the parks last night," said the jus tice. "This will never do." "You hear," said tho mother to tho boy. "That will never do! You are a bad boy." (To the judge:) "But ex cuse him this time, jour honor he is a very good boy." "So you want to see if you can keep the boy at home in future9" said the justice. "Yei, }our honor he is my only boy. (To the bo}:) Remember, this is the last time, you serpent, whom I have warmed in my breast!" "Ho...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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