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

If 1 ii YOLUME V. NO 44 fccaecfcltj fBcirieiu PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drag Stoi*. TERMS 0 ie Dollar and a half per year in edvauoe. i He* of Advertising. VITUXISHKD UPOV APPMCVTION. Ivprttsomont* in double column, double the jingle column rntes HtiMiieisCinUofdve line*, one year $5,00, each additional line 73 cts. All transient advertisement* to be paid for la advance. Advertiie nents inserted in the loc il notice col umnx, ten ct* li ie for the first itisertion tind 5 cents i line lor ouch subsequent insertion but no notice inserted tor lee thnn 50 eta A wionnceiuoiiu ot murriitges and deaths insert. edfre but oMtunry notice*, except in special wes, will be charged at advertising rates. Instil notices will becharged 75 cts per folio Tor the first in*e-tion, and i". cts per folio for eacb subsequent insertion All legal notice* must be tipoi the responsibility of the attorney oidering them published, ind no affidavit of publication will be -cUeu u...

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. — 1 November 1882

-^ifariiair if Vednejday, November 1, 1882. Republican Ticket. For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court James Gilfillan. For Member of Congress, 3nd District James B. Wakefield, For Judge, Ninth Judicial District, Benjamin F. Webber. LEGISLATIVE TICKET. For Senator Ninth District. Sjmuel D. Peterson. For Representative. JOS. BOBLETER. COUNTY TICKET. For County Auditor: H. B. CONSTANT Clerk of District Court: ALBERT BLANCIIARD. For Register of Deeds: ALFRED WALTON. For Sheriff: EDWARD CASEY. For Judge of Probate, ERNST BRANDT. ForCouutj Attorney: J. M. THOMPRON. For County Surveyor" Julius Berndt. For Coroner. Jonas Laudenschlager. The Pillsbury "A" flouring mill on last Wednesday manufactured 5,206 barrels of flour. The largest run ever made in one day. The President has designated Thursday, the 30th of November, as the day of national thanksgiving. The new Japanese minister at Washington made the voyage from Yokohama in twenty two days and nineteen hours, the best time on record. Gol...

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. — 1 November 1882

Jl 1 TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Winona & Saint Peter Railway. Going East. D-\j Passenger *6:58a Night 9:50 pm freight No 14 10:15am Going West. Day Passenger 5:20 Night 14:49 am Freight No 18*12:20 am Freight No. 19 *2:10 Except Sunday, Daily. Freight trains Nos. 13, and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITOM. B. Constans. VaA.vaa:av-F. Schubert. ItKuiiTKHoroMSlA Walton Junos o PROIATKB. Brandt. Cr.sHKor HB Dux. COVTAlbert Blanchnrd SHxmirrEdward Casey. SvmvBYOKJ. Berndt. COUBT OOMMIMIOHKRA. Hagberg CooniTATTOJimcYB F.Webber. CoOMEm-Jonm Landesschlager COOMTTSWFKHIKrKMDKJlTD.U Clftiy Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH Constans CotnicuoM-I O Pahl, Boock, Keller, Pfefferle and Pfamninger CLBRKJacob Nix TBA9UK Fr. Forster CITY JUSTICBSR. Fischer and Baasen CITY ATTOBITJOB A Eckstein CONSTABLBJos. Oalles MAMHALF Meile MEW CI.JH MARKET HEPOHT. [Borrected weekly by R. PFE...

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. — 1 November 1882

!& i&Q^*%g& N *?&: **$$s A Sorrowful Romance. The Story of a Love Affair in which President Lincoln's Assassin W as One of the Principals. A page of the unwritten apochryphal history of the United States appears in the Pittsburg Telegraph. It is as fol lows: A merchant of Allegheny has in his possession the following note: April, 12, It will not be possible for mo to keep the ap pointment for this afternoon. I regret it imich, but business lntei feres J. W. II The note wjjis written by John Wilkes Booth in 1865, two days before Lincoln was assassinated. I April, 1865, the Allegheny merchant went to Baltimore to endeavor to find some traces of his brother, who had gone from Pittsburg as a soldier in the early part of the war. "Th second day after my ar rival in Baltimore," said the merchant, "I called at the house of Mrs. Th family consisted of Mrs. her daugh ter Estelle and Robert, a boy about twelve ears old. Miss Estelle was be tween eighteen and twenty years old. ...

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. — 8 November 1882

W tk\~* I 1 VOLUME V. NO 45 MUcUH} ftfcuiao. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in ertvanoe. Ilute of Advertising FUUXISHED UPON APPLICATION. 1\ oi tisements in double column, double the single column rate* Business Cird^of the lines, one year 85,00, ech aiUlitlonullino 75 eU 411 trtiiuiuut uriveitUemeutstobe paid for la advance Aiveitisementa inserted in the local notice col utnns, ten cts line for the first insertion and 8 cents line for ouch subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less Winn AO its Announcements of images and deaths insert ed froe, but obituary notices, except in special cases, will be charged at advertising rates. Legal notices will becli irged 75 cts per folio for the first insertion, and 2" cts per folio for each subsequent in portion All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oidering them published in i no nftl I ivit of publication-will be given until t...

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. — 8 November 1882

''ffi**'',^**! aracw VLM,, xcxarr .Vednesday, Novemb er 8, 8 The Election. A special to the REVIEW says that eastern States have all gone De m- ocratic by very large majorities. New York by about 15,000 Penn- sylvania by 30,000 Connecticut by 25,000. Massachusetts elects Butler by about 25,000. Chicago elects the Republican county ticket and three Republican members of Congiess. The election for member of Con- gress in First district is in doubt,but there are strong hopes of White's election. Major Strait is elected in the Third district by 3,000 majori- ty Washburn, in the Fourth, Dy 2,500 and Wakefield, in the Second, by 4,000, Nelson leads in the Fifth district, with hopes of his election. Chandler is elected to the State Senate in Goodhue county. Ramsey county elects whole Re- publican ticket, including four members of the Legislature. The Largo Iron works are engag ed in the manufacture of stoves,and the product is claimed to be of a very superior kind. From the annual report o...

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. — 8 November 1882

r'? i i NEW ULM AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE, Winona & Saint Peter Railway. Going East. Day Passenger *6:58a in Night *9:50pm Freight No. 14 10:15am Tear, Japan, Green, Black, i Going West. Day Passenger *5:20 Night 14:49 am Frei ght N IS 12:20 am Freight N o. 19 2:10 Except Sunday. Duly. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 10 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be* tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Po9t Office Address N ew Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constans. TAXASUKKKF. Schubert. KKUISTKROr IBSDBA WftltOIl. Junas or PKOIATEE. Brandt. Ci.BRKor THK DIST. COURTAlbe rt Bl.tnchard SHKRIFTEdward Caaey. SURVEYORJ. Berndt. COURT COMMISSIONER A Hagberg CoimTY ATTORNEYB Weober. CORONERJon as LaudeNschlager CopNTir SUPERINTENDENTD Claiy. Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH B. Constans. COUNCILORS E. G. Pahl, Boock, H. Keller, R. Pfeflerle and Pfeenninger CLBRKJac ob Nix TREASURERFr Forster CI TY JUSTICES R Fischer and Baasen CITY ATTOBNEYJO A Eckstein ...

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. — 8 November 1882

:i A Woman With a Big Bouquet A dreadful old woman, armejd with a huge bouquet of wild flowers, was a fea ture of the congregated life on board an open horse-car at the South end the other day, says the Boston Journal. The bouquet was a bristling thing, abound ing in ragged ends of foliage and serried spikes of dowel's, which stood out in so many directions that the aftair looked like a porcupine that had called in the service of some good fairy and got itself turned into a vegetable. Whon the woman got aboardthe car she knocked off with her bouquet the hat of a man who insisted on keeping the end seat, and over whose feet she had to stumble, and after she got herself settled with the flowers before her, their ends so bobbed about and tickled the necks of the pas sengers on the forward scat that they struck out wildly, supposing the trouble to be due to the lhe&, and then glared at the old woman when they discovered the true facts in the case. And when the conductor came along t...

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. — 15 November 1882

4J II if &r i VOLUME V. NO 46 Itletlilij glemexu. PUBLISHED BVT WEDNESDAY BT JOS. BOBLETER. Office City Drug Store. TBRHS: One Dollar and a half per year in edvance. Rales of Advertising FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Advertisements in double column, double the ingle column rates Business Cards of Ave lines, one year $5 00, each additional line 75 ct9. KII transient advertisements to be paid for ii advance. Advertisements inserted in the local notice col. umns, ten cts a line for the fl'-st insertion and i cents a line for each subsequent insertioa but no notice inserted fo* less than 50 cts A inouncements of marr'-^ges and deaths insert ed free, but obituary notice* e.ceil in special ca"-s, will be charged at acvtm. ing rates. Legil notices will be charted 75 c's per folio for the first inertion, and 2JCKS per folio for each subsequent insertion A I 'egal notices must bs upon the responsJbil' of the attorney oiderlng them published, nnd no aIMavKo publication will be given until t...

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. — 15 November 1882

r^P^'^,iiywi11111 $ ft ^ftltw jfaifiy** XTBJ"W tTTir THE ELECTION. Republicans at a Discount. The general result of the election may be summarized as follows: New Hampshire elects the Re publican candidate for Governor by a small majority. The legislature (which elects a United States Sena tor) is strongly Republican, and both members of Congress are Re publican. Massachusetts elects Butler for Governor by a plurality of 13,400, while, except for Gover nor, the Republican State nomi nees are elected by about 16,000 plurality. The Republican legisla tive majority is somewhat reduced, but enough to elect Hoar's succes sor, and the Congressional delega tion stands, eight Republicans, one Independent and three Democrats, a Democratic gain of two. Con necticut chooses a Democrat for Governor by a plurality of over 3,- 000, and only one Republican was elected to a State office. The Re publican majority to the Legisla ture is reduced and the Congres sional delegation stands, one Re publica...

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. — 15 November 1882

K*Tmyi*m ilmK i 1 r* i or TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Winona & Saint Peter Railway. Going West. Going East. Day Passenger *6:53a Night *9:50pm Freight No. 14 *10:15am Officeri of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. Aum-ronH. B. Constans. THEASURKI^F. Schubert. KSUIITKH or DKKDSA. F. Walton. Jvnos or PROBATEE. Brandt. Cr.KRKor THK DIST. COURTAlbert Blanchard SHSRirrKdward Casey. SURVEYORJ. Berndt. COURT CoMMnsioMBRA. Hagberg COUNTTATTORWKYB F. Weober. CORONBRJonas LaudeNschlager. COUNTI SupKRiNTKNDEifTD Clary. Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH Constans. CoirncH,onE Pahl.F Boock, Keller, Pfeflerle and Pfnnninger. CLBBKJacob Nix TREASURERFr Forster. CITT JUSTICBSR. Fischer and Baasea CITT ATTOBJCSTJos A Eckstein COSSTABLBJos Qalles. MARSHALF Melle. NEW (J1.DI HARKGT HEFOHT. [Borreeted weekly by R. PFEFFERLE, dealer in Grain, Provlslous, GroceriEs and Country Pro duce GRAIN. Wheat, 79 Oats. 28 Corn, 40 Barley, 45 PROVISIONS. Beef on foot, per cwt., $3.00 $4.00 Mutton per head, 3....

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. — 15 November 1882

tf MmJ& Husband Hunting.' The season's husband fishery at the summer resorts, says the Philadelphia Times, is generally reported a failure. One reason why the fishery failed was beeauso the bait was too gorgeous. While it compelled admiration, it daz zled those who admired it Its glitter was too beautiful, but a glance at it was enough to drive the poor fellows away with feelings of thankfulness for their escape. While plainer and less expensive girls meet their mates, the elegantly overdressed lady remains solitary. If the girl who isfishing?for a husband makes any mistake it is that of thinking that the young man who is looking for a wife wants a costly piece of goods for show. Some young men want this, but there are few who can afford it, and even those who can are in many in stances afraid to yoke themselves to it They know that% a too showy young woman, even if she has wealthy parents, is apt to be full of troublesome whims and notions very difficult to satisfy. Even if 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. — 22 November 1882

I L-_ -m\u I 5 i "''r"niffrlfan VOLUME V.tfO47 IStechlu gtaritfu. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNE8DAT BY JOS. BOBLETER. Offlce ovei City Drug Stove. TBRMS: One Dollar and a half per year in ertvance. Rates off Advertising- KUUNISHED UPON APPLICATIOiN. Advertisements in double column, double the single column rates. Business Cards of five lines, one yea? |5,00, eck additional line 75 cts. All transient advertisements to b (paid for la advance. Advertisements Inserted Inthelocnl notice col. nmns, ten cts Hue for the first, insertion and 5 cents a line for each nubseqiient insertion bat no notice inserted for less than 50 cts A inouncements and deaths invert ed rree 1 i i but obituarfymarriage,s notices except in special cast-s, will be charged at advertising rates. Leix:il notices will be charged 75 els per folio for the first insertion, and 25 cts per folio for eaeb subsequent insertion. Al' legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oidering t'letn published, and no atB''.a...

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. — 22 November 1882

'v utinmTiiiiiilw f4*Ph w*M Wednesday November, 2218S2. North Carolina Republicans have done well. The last report indicates the election to Congress from that State of four Republicans and five Democrats. Latest returns from the Congres sional elections in the several States indicate that the Democrats will have about eighty majority in the next house. The Kindred organs in the Fifth district have at last conceded Nel on's election. His majority of 5,- 210 was too much for the Kindred folks to butt against long. Horace Heffren, of Indiana, who during the war was tried for treason and barely saved his neck, wants to be Speaker of the Democratic Legis lature of that State. He is a genuine Democrat. Missouri ha* no prohibitory law and Kansas has no gambling law. Kansas city lies on both sides of the State line, and that portion in Missouri is full of saloons and the other part is filled with gambling dens. Copper miners in the Lake Su perior region while cutting down a dead cedar rece...

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. — 22 November 1882

AI* NEW ULM AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE, WHOM Dwf RuM|it n Nlgkt *WOpm rrlftiIo UiOlta -*?I Saint Peter Railway. Going West. domg Bast. Day Fasaenger *o:30 Nigh* 14:49 am Frei ght No 13 12:20 am Freight No. 19 S:10 Except Sunday. Daily. Freight trains Nog. 13,14 and 10 ONLY are Allowed to curry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post OIRee Address New Ulm. ATTDITQ*H. B. Constaiu. TKBABVKKV-F. Scuubert HIUMT IH or nauseaA. Walton. Jonas o P&OBATB-^E. Brandt Ci XHKor TRI Dai COURTAlbert Blanchard SHCRirrEdward Casey SURVKTOHJ Berndt COURT OonraiHioMSRA. Hagbeig COPXTY ATTORNEYB V. Webber. CoRO*rsJonas Laudeifschlaser Cowry SfrrKHiNrKNDSNTD Clary. Offioers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH B. Con'tana Coimou.os*- Pahl, Bootfc, KeUor, Pfeffcfte and Pfeenninger CiaaitJacob Nix TBBASTJRKRFr Forster. Orrr JUSTICESR. Fischer and Bsaaan. Orrr ATTORNEYJos A Bofcarkean OomTAJiL*Jos Qalles M-kJMSSALF Melle REW US.IS fURHET BGPOBT. [Bo...

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. — 22 November 1882

N mmm Newspaper Writers. The complaint has gone forth that the every-day young men of the press, and some of the old ones are "color-blind." They miss in their nightly toil the sub tle flavor, that graphic quality, that aroma or description, which is best la beled "color." While the justice of this complaint is freely admitted by the editorial profes sion, they claim that outsiders cannot fiossibly estimate the difficulties which ie in the way of securing news writing of uniform descriptive excellence. The man who can write correctly, concisely, rapidly and graphically, does not mul tiply himself to any great extent. The first then of these qualities are indis pensable in daily, and indeed in period ical work the latter is certainly very desirable. But when one has to keep time with his pen to the modulations of the press in the basement, while it runs off the first half of the paper, he does not pause very often or long in the hope of drawing "the aroma of description" from the oot...

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. — 29 November 1882

-n rl I x- I YOLUME V, 48 tt&iecUiy Jlcmeiu. PUBLISHED bALRY WEDNESDAY BT JOS. BOBLETER. Office o\ci City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in I\.nice It tec* Advertising: r'lIltVISHKD UPOV APPLICATION. 1\ ttweinentain ilouble column, double the sinij-lolumi ite" Business ir Is of the hues, oneea $5,00, each a hlillon il line 7o ct MI tr instant i Hei tisementsto be Jpnid for in A(K ante A Huu-enienti Inserted in thelocnl notic col ninns ttu ct ii line for the flist irsertioii nnd 3 cents A line for \~h subsequent insertion, but no notice uiscrte I tor les thin ct9 uio mcements of in iase* and lentln insert, ed ftef, but ilituir noti except in special ises will be ch iii I it a Utrtisint ites 1.p*\l notices will bpchir^e 7J ct per folio for tht -u ini Hon mi 2ct per tolio for eicr subs (|iicnt i i-eition Al1 lesul notices must be upo i the responxiitilitj of the attorney oulerlnR them pnbli-.!iel, in 1 no -illl 11\ it of publication will be nen until the publicit...

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. — 29 November 1882

Baai YT NSW T71M *XaTXT, Wednesday November, 29 1882. The Legislature meets on Tuesday, January 2d. Nebraska at the recent State elec tion decided against woman suffrage by a majority of 25,000. Mr. Latimer carried Jackson county by 127 majority. He re ceived 667 votes in Faribault coun ty, while Mr- Borer only received 50. Congress meets next Monday, Dec. 4th. The President's message will probably be delivered to the two houses on Tuesday or Wednes day. Satterlee's plan of operation on the prohibition question is to pre sent the bill for amending the con stitution to the legislature in Janu ary, and the voting to be done at a special election in June 1884. The Irgislature of Vermont has just voted down a prohibition amendment to the constitution, not withstanding a concession was made to wine and cider. Prohibi tory legislation is likely to 'go slow' for a while. ()n Dec. 6 the transit of Venus takes place. It staggers one to think how vast will be the power and population of this ...

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. — 29 November 1882

-1 i NEW ULM AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE, Winona & Saint Peter Railway. Going IVest. Going East. Day Passenger *0 68a Night *0SOpm Freight 14 *10.15m Day Passenger *5 20 Night t4 4dam Freight No 13 12.20 a Freight No. l' 2 10 Except Sunday. J: Daily. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Po9t Office Address New Ulm AUDITORH Constant THSAICRKHF. Schubert ttWMlTKH OF DBKDSA WaltOtt JvrtoK OF PROBATBE Brandt Cr.BRKor THK DIST. COVRTAlbert SHKRIFFtoward Caiej StmvsTORJ. Bermlt COURT COMMISSIONERA Hagberg CotrNTT ATTOKKIYB Webber CORONKRJonas Laudeuschlager Convrr StrpERiNTFMni.jfTD Claiy Blnnchard Officers of the City of New Ulm. MATORII Contans COUNCILOR8-E. G. Fahl, F. Boock, Keller, Pfofferle nnd Ffrcnnmger CLBREJacob Nix TREASURERFr. Forstt OITT JCBTICM Fischer and Baasen OITT ATTORNEYJos A Eckstein CONSTABLEJos Guilt* MARSHALF Metle KF.WlllJIIUHKrTBEPOHT [Borrecte...

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. — 29 November 1882

MM JMIftfiSn fell ^pr/'-rrcv, GLEANINGS. #fi& Baruum and Jumbo only made $600,- 000 this summer. The London Graphic announces the birth of "three young children." Long-haired men are generally weak and fanatical, and men of scant hair are the philosophers and soldiers and statesmen of the world. Ouida has just declared that it seems to her most English novels are written either for school children or police ser geants. The first newspaper that appeared in France is said to hare the date 1494. A book-worm recently discovered astray copy in a library in Nantes. The latest telephone story is that a young lady in Nashville bowed twice when introduced by telephone to a young man in a distant"part of town. Euclid avenue, a short street in Cleveland, is only thirty-nine feet wide for several blocks, and as double car tracks are to be laid in it, it is to be widened six feet. Children are born deaf and remain so several days. After that their parents and attendants wish that their child...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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