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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 6 December 1882

L. VOLUME NO 49 ISHechlg ^kmeio* PVBLI&MED EVERY WEDNESDAY H. FOSTER, E N I S NEW ULM, MINN. A full sot of teeth for ten dollars. Gas administered by Dr. Berry, and teeth extracted without pain. Office over Kiesling & Keller's Store. p*R. A. MAKDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST, Office, corner. Minn and First 6U. "JEW ULM. MINNESOTA T\R. C. BKRRY, ,9 PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. OFFICE AT THB Cvrr Uua STOHB. WISE ULM, MINNESOTA DR. U. CARL, fby^ician and Surgeon. tt ir-vv rw-Ai, MINN. Office ami residence on German St. DR. J. W. WELLCOME,"" PHYSICIAN SVRE^?I, leepyEye, .Minn. W3I. WAKEFIEM* PUYsICIAN and SURGEON Will answer culls in city or country all hours of tun day and night. OFFICE with Dr. Berry, over Kiesling, Keller & Co'.s Store. DR. G. WELLNER, f)eut^ei Stt\t, Formals Arrnen Aizt ?ur "North Star dispensary," Chicago, hat sich permanent in Burns nied^rgelassen and empfelilt sich hiermit seinen LandsleutHii Notary Public, Conveyancer, and agent foi St. Paul ^IK+^ MARINE INSURANC...

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. — 6 December 1882

Wednesday, December 6th, 1882. Congress convened last Monday. An effort will be made to incorpor ate in the post-office appropriation bill an amendment to reduce the postage on first-class matter to 2 cents. A special train on the Reading railroad a few days ago made the run from New York to Wayne Junction. 85 miles in 82+ minutes. This is the fastest long distance time on record. Arabi Pasha, the Fgyptian rebel, has pleaded guilty to the charge of treason and was sentenced to death. The khedive then commuted the sentence to exile for life. The arch rebel ia undoubtedly indebted to the interposition of the British foa his mild punishmemt. A gentleman in New Mexico writing to the editor of this paper says: "I hope Minnesota will not make a mistake by sending any other man than Wmdom back to the Senate. He certainly is the best man that Minnesota has to re* present the State on the floor of the U. S.Senate."Mr. Wmdom has a national reputation and is one of the few great statesnwn in t...

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. — 6 December 1882

1,, I 1 I S|J3*v, NEW UL^ AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE, Winoin Saint Peter Railway. Going West. Going Hast. Day Passenger *6:58a n Night OiSOpm Freight No. 14 *l0:15um Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH B. Constans. OOOKOILOH-B G. Pahl, Boock, Keller, R. Pfeflorle and Pfwuninger. CLBRKJacob Nix TtiA90BBBPr Forster Oirr JUTIOH*R. Fischer and Baaseu. Orrr ATTOBSKVJo" A Eckstein COMSTARLEJos Galles. MAR9HA1F. Molle. NGWVLfflSUKKD'f REPORT. [Borrected weekly by R. PFKFFKRLE, dealer la Grain, Provisions, GrocerlEs and Country Pro- dnce.] GRAIN. Wheat, Oits. 8 Jav a Gree Teal, Japan, Green, Black, iT5^' Day Passenger *5:20 Night t4:49am Freight No 13 12:20 a ra Freight No. 19 *2:10 BxsdptSuntlny. Diily. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 10 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMAKX, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. ATTDITO*H. Constans. TAcasF. Schubert RK(MST*:Ror nsjenaA. F. Walton Jtrnas OF PHOBATKE. Brandt CI.SKKO...

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. — 6 December 1882

-_- Samed sssassi ,-i Photographs of Celebrities RV How the Picture* of Various Noted Acton and Actresses Sell Noticing a number of ladies gathered before a window on upper Broadway recently, a Mail and Express reporter eere over the shoulders of the fair and found that a photograph of Mrs. Langtry was the magnet attract ing attention. Stepping into the store, the reporter asked 'Whose pictuio sells Lest at pres- ent?" "Thatof Mrs. Langtry, by long odds,'' replied tho proprietor. "She is an im mense favorite, and I soil dozens of her photographs every daj\ The rush was so great a few eoks ago I was com pletely sold out, and had to telegraph to London for more. You see I only sell the impoitcd pictures. I have now iifty different stjles of photographs of tho Jersey Lily, ranging in pueo from 7J cents to $l*2o. 'Which st\le sells best?" "Tho one in which the Lil is depict ed in lull evening dress has the most ready sale "What classes of personages are most in demand in the picture tra...

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. — 13 December 1882

I I *f __ 'J Mcclilu |icictt PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in ed vance. Rite* of Atvrcisiii|r PUUNISHED UPOX APPLICATION. Advertisements in double column, double the tingle column rntes. Business Curds of five lines, one year $5,00, each addiUomil line 75 cts. All transient advertisements to be |paid for in advance Advertisements inserted in tlielocitl notice col umns, ten cts ii.ie for the flrs*-iiisertlon and 5 cents a line tor e:ich subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for leas thtiti 30 cts A \nomicements of marriages and dentils insert* ed free but oldtuary notices, except in special canes, will be charged at advbrtising rates. Legil notices will bechirged 7f cts per folio Tor thn first insertion, and 2" cts per folio for each subsequent insertion. All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oiderinjt them published, and no aftt lavit of publication will be given uuttl ...

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. — 13 December 1882

Wednesday, December 13th, 1882. Small-pox has got a strong foot* hold in Minneapolis. From one house six persons were sent to the hospital. Two huudied men have recently been discharged on the -*ioux City R. between St. Paul and St.hugs James. The Compiny claiming there wa9 not enough work to keep them all busy* Gen. Fitz Lee has started on a tour of the south under engagement to deliver his lejtureupon the "Bat tle of Chancellorsville" in rainy ci ties for the benefit of the Southern Historical S ciety Congress convened oiuMoudayDec. 6th but has haidly commenced work )et. It WJIS astonished by the report of he tariff Commission recommending a large reduction of duties amounting in the aggregate to about $100,000,000. The largest biewer in Berlin has TOO of tne Ehson incandesent electric lights in place, and now *st who hive in Milwaukee the largest Brewery in the world, are lightening th^ir immense estab 1 ahnidat wirh nm E liso I outfit. Se i itor vVmd Jin a inouaCrs that he will ...

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. — 13 December 1882

'H I I !*-*!away tf-. i NEW ULM AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. WiUDM Stint Pater Railway. Going East. Day Passenger *6:58a Wight 9:3'pm freight No. 14 ll:30am GRAIN. Wheat, Oits. Corn, Barley, l\Z\ I Going West. Pay Passenger 7: no Night 14:49 am Freight No 13* 12:30am Freight No. 19 *8:10 Except S 1 iy. fc i I y Freight trains Nog. 13,14 and 19 ONLV are allowed t carry isseugers be* tween Kitsota and Sleepy Eye C. \V. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Pott Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constans. THBASVRSHF. Schubert. RKUISTKH or nEKDiA. F. Walton. Jvnas or PROBATKE. Brandt. Cr.KHKor THK DIST. COURTAlbert Blancbaro SHKRirrkdwitrd Casey. SURVEYORJ. Berndt. COURT COMMISSIONERA. Hagbcrg COUNTY ATTORNEYB. F. Webber. CORONERJonas LauileNschlager. COUNTv SUFERINTEMOENTD. O. Claiy. Officers of the City of New Ulm. MATORH. B. Coustans. COUNCILORSE:o Pahl, F. Boock, H. Keller, Pfetlurle ind J. Pftenningcr. CLIHKJacob Nix. TRBASURER Fr. Forster. CITT JUSTICR.* R. Fischer and...

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. — 13 December 1882

I & GLEANINGS. i i i A boy of 9 years at Searcy, Ark., hat grown a heavy beard and mustache. Musio was considered by Dr. John son to botho least objectionable of all noises. When a doctor can't think of anything else to prescribe he falls back on "abso lute rest1 1 They now have boots and shoes which are self-ventilating and save ten per cent, in fuel. During the past season, in Erath Co., Texas, three thrashing-machines thrash ed 300,000 bushels of wheat Between July 1, and Oct. 19, 8,753 bales of hops were shipped from the Gooperstown (N. Y.) depot General Chamberlain and several other veterans of the 20th Maine volun teers have been selecting a suitable spot for a regimental monument at Gettys burg. It is estimated that Virginia will this year make 2,000,000 bushels of peanuts, Tennessee 500,000 bushels, and North Carolina 125,000 bushels. A business firm has adopted the La" tin motto, "Frigidns dies est auum su~ mus sinistrum. A very free interpre tation makes it "It's a col...

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. — 20 December 1882

'/T% 1 VOLUME NO 51, ^ecUlvj |kmew, PUBLISHED KVERX WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETEB. Office vei City Drag Stor* TKUMS: One Dollar and a half per vearin edvunce. lt'itof Advertising-. FlUtNISHBD UPON APPLICATION. Advertisement* in tloitble column, double the hmlo column rates. Buslne.Ciir(li of Rve linen, one year #5,00, each aiMiilonul line 75 eta. All transient advertisements to be Jpaid for in advance Advertisements Inserted in the local notice col umns, ten cts a II,ie Tor the first h.sertion nnd S cents a line I'or each subsequewt insertion but no notice inserted for loss than 50 cts A tnotincements of marriages and deaths Insert ed free but ,litiiar notioes, except in special cases, will be charged at a lvbrtising rates. Ies.il notice* will bech uged 75 ct per folio for the first iine-tfon, and 25 cts per folio for each subs(|iien insertion. All lecral notices must be upo'i the resfionsibility of the attorney otilerlnr them published, and no HfH lavitof publication will be iven unti...

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. — 20 December 1882

i F I $f 0 I tjjfaitj 5|lm jj^f i^ UJV7 -CTXAC *EX*TXT Wednesday, December 20th, 188 2. Doublin, Dec. 14.The co-opeia tive stores here were destroyed by fire to-day. The loss is very exten sive. The care taker and his family perished in the flames. Fire in Winnrpeg Dec. 14th des troyed the Canadian Pacific hotel and Johnson house. The Johnson House was valued at $30,000 and furniture at $12,000. The total loss will be at least 75,000. Kingston Jamaica, Dec. 14.The fire which broke out on, Monday evening in the business portion of this city was not extinguished till Wednesday. The loss is estimated at three million pounds. Four hundred stores in all were destroy ed. Th total national debt on theage 1st of December was $1,899,724, 016.43 of principal, including bonds and notes not presented. The princip al of the bonded debt not raitured or called was $1,418,066,* 800. he highest rate oi interest is si, and lowest 3 per cent. Early on Thursday morning Dec. 14 flames were discovered is...

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. — 20 December 1882

ffl*"! J? 1 'W*,JS ,4* $&*< NEW ULM AND VICINITY. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ^WinoM & Saint Peter Railway. IS not fSnitrcr Weat. Going East. Day Passenger *6:58a Night 9:3 Freight No. 14 11:30am Going West. Day ?a*senger *7: Night t4.49am Freight No 18*12:80 am Freight No. IS *2:10 EicceptSunliy. Dilly. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 10 ONLY are allowed to carry mongers 82 Breakfast Bacon Dried Beef, Salt Pork, Lard Flour per cwt., Corn Meal Butter per lb., Cheese Poultry Eggs per dozen Potatoes per bushel Onious Beans, GROCERIES. Sugar, White, per lb. Yellow Brown Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Coffee, Rio, Green, per lb., 15 Ko.isted Java Green Roasted Mocha Green Teas, Japan, Green, Black, 'UI7CHUFAIBA' Quick, complete cure, all anoying Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Dis eases. 81. Druggists. A large assortment of willow rock er just arrived at Uhas. Wagner's. "Rwuajh cm Hats." Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks gophers. 15c. Druggists. Indelib...

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. — 20 December 1882

-til *t*l 1 lb I Inspired by the season whose festlvi* ties are so largely aided by this noble bird, the Hon. David Atwood thus dis courses concerning him: The turkey is said to have been taken to England in the early part of the six teenth century by one William Strick land, lieutenant to Sebastian Cabot but the bird degenerated there, as it does everywhere else under domestication, and so, when the Pilgrim Fathers oame to this country the wild turkey im pressed them even more than the "ly- ons" which they frequently heard roar ing at night, though it somehow hap Jened that they never saw one by day. Wood's "New England Prospect," published at London, in 1634, it is said of the turkey that: "He hath the use of his long legs so ready that he can run as fast as a Dog gie, and flye as well as a goose." And that: "Such as love Turkic bunting must follow it in winter after a new laine Snow, when he may follow them by their tracts." And it is added that "These Turkies remaine all the yea...

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. — 27 December 1882

or VOLUME. NO 52 1H WBSLttkty fiLnricxtf. PUBLISHED BVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLBTER. Office ovei City Drug Stot. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in edvance. Rate* of Advertising*. FUKNISHKD UPON APPLICATION. AiWortisementsiD double colamn, double ths tingle column rates. Business Cards offivelines, one year $6,00, each additional line 75 cts. All transient advertisements to be Jpaid for In advance. Advertisements Inserted in the local notice col umns, ten cts a line for the flrst iiisertion and cents a line for each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than 50 cts A inouncements of marriages and deaths insert ed free but obituary notice*, except in special cases, will be charged at advertising rates. Legal notices will becharged 75 cts per folio for the flrst insertion, and 25 cts per folio for sacb subsequent insertion. All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oidering them published, and no affidavit of publication will be given unti...

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 December 1882

^t"* CW'iK, .""ffs* 1 W.e Ineailay, Djcemb^r 37tK, 1832. This year's Cotton product of the country is estimated at 6,700?000 bitte*. Winnipeg doesn't like tho tele israpli report that sent the mercury down to 07 holm '/wo. Tt is bad for the boom. A New York girl has made $150, 000 bv an oil IritiHiicti'Hi. can of it !!(.v IKT r\p\\ aunt to kingdom mo A fire at Grand Forks, on Mon d.iv nisht the l'.Hh iust. destroyed N 100,000 worth of property E. St.already .lulien i\i\\ olTW was a ho burn ed. Tito N.MV Vork Eveninig l*ost says that the man whom the Demo crats have elected county clerk in New York 'cannot legiblv write his name." Delegate I'ettigrew, of Dakota thinks there is no chance forth Dakota, adtnihsiou bill this session, but ho will labor fvr the division of tho territory. Hem* in the Senate where he in vote agaiint Fitz John Potter's restjration, Sauitor Login appears for the time being to be a "bigger man than old Grant.'* The Sixteenth Annual Meeting of tho Minnesiti SUto...

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 December 1882

Pussensii *b. it *0.3p Vo. 1t *lt.?.Um 1 r- UIM AND VICINITY .VELERS' GUIDE. eter Hallway. Going MV*/. 8n\ Pi-son^ei *T: Night t4:li)am Freight Vol 1*1.2:10 am Freight No. 19 *-''10 it Niihy. Duly. *ht ti.uns NTos. 13.11 and 19 ONLY 'owed to cirry issengers .be- Kasot.v and Sleepy Eye 0. \V. IIEIDKM\NX, Agent. leers of Brown County. I Fo OlTUe AildiessNew Vim. foRH. B. Constans. rumV bcliubeit. BOVOKHWA F. Walton .-PKOHArt'-K Hi.unit. rut- IHsr COURT MOM* -S_JMH ml Casey. YORJ Bt-.iult. i.'oiniii:uNt.ii-A. Ila."0(.r .y \ir-i.\kYB Webber. ,-K l..ni LuilesveliUsjer^ rv Jtfpt .us r\'Di:vf-D LUliy iLOits-E l\ihl,F Hork Keller, "i rlt mil Pfieniungt-r i\Jacob Vis bKMiK Foriur JCHTIC}*-K Fischer awl I Hiwuin. ATTOH\h\Jo- \.K.k=tei 1 VHLKJO* Gallc -ii vi.F "Utile. *T\\ -I iBKl.T KLMOBI. arected -vecklj by PFEFPKHLE, dealer in .mi. Pro\l*ious, Groceries a-.d Countiy Pro- ii A^ I Whoat. i.T( Coin, tt.uley, VIRIONS. ,et'f on toot, pei owt luttoii per head, oik per cut., .'Ugor Our* II ims per...

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 December 1882

N^ -i 'j ^^^^ThsAsithftici ofDwssv ^M^ui^&tyvidedin several CIASS- m: i Those who dross well by instinct, 4hoM who arcrdresscd well by their tail QJ& and those who ignore taste and tailim Jt is a fine art worthy of the i SbjMideratio it has received at the hands of Mr. Elihu Vedder, the artist, wfcxr discourses wisely and pleasantly sm this inannr: **or entnrios we have cut and snipped and spoiled good cloth, and .willior centuries to come. I don't see /but what we do it as well now as ever. I will admit though that a man's dress is hopeless. '1 never feel well dressed except in fancy dressthen I suit my j$elf-and when I am in swimming. Then I feet like a man. Look at this jt .Turkish gaiment it makes a fine bath ing dress, and in Turkish toweling it would be stunning." (The garment in question was a plain white tunic, not unlike some of Mr. Millet's costumes.) "It is .cut in only two placesthose for the hands to pass through. See what a fine thing it is when I put it on. Wh...

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. — 3 January 1883

i-+ VOLUME. I NOL 'i his ca Co BVERY WEDNESDAY BY BOBLETEK Jlee over City Drug Store. TEIIM8: ollar and a half per year in R-,iteof Atlv-rtisinsr- FITHMSHRD UPON APPLICATION. !meiit*ii double column, double the i .rates. irl. of Ave lines, one year $5,00, eacb iie7fcts tit advertisements to be [paid for in -Mils Inserted in thelocal notice col. a li ie for the firs* iiisertion and 5 ,i each subsequent insertion but no (1 for less than 50 cts iients of marriages and deaths innert- oMtnary notice", except in special charged ITt advertising rates. cos will be charged 7" cts per folio for lion, and 25 eta per folio for each i-ertion. All legal notices must be iiomibility of thtf""'attorney oidering -hd.an nouffl lavitof rnbiicatlon will 3- :.I the publication fees are paid. Ion with tlid paper, we have t splen tent of jo'ibing m-iteri-il, and we are "xecute all kimis of printing in a.style ind at mo lerate rates. R. FOSTER, N I ST, NEW ULM, MINN. A. full set of teeth for ten dollars. ''...

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. — 3 January 1883

$tvo iUt |tfri* w, 2STXVT TTXAff 2&JXT8f* Wednesday, January 3d, 1883. I. VOLUME VI, NO With this issue, the REVIEW en- ters upon its sixth year. Daring our five years of journalistic life we have striven hard to give the people ofNewTJlm and Brown county a good local newspaper. We have discussed all public questions in an open and fearless manner. If we have ened anything it is but human. Our aim has been to be on the sid of the right and justice. We enter upon the new year with the best of feeling toward all mankind, and tiustthat the same feelingespeci- ally on the part of our patronsbe accorded us. It is said in New York that Tan derbilt has made $20,000,000 in the the stock market during the past year. _______ Vast quantities of coal has been discovered in the country extending from Mauitoba, to the Rocky Mountains. The comet is now 92,000,00 miles from the earth, and its tail is only half as long as it was when it was first discovered. There are two hundred and forty car l...

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. — 3 January 1883

-"f!ur#= -ft' **^ti^r? -Vs NEW ULM AND VICINITY TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Winotit Saint Peter Railway. Going Eait Day Passenger *6-'8 Night 9.3fpm freight No. 14 *llt3oam Gniag West. Day Panaenger *7: Night 14-49 am Freight No 18 12:80 am Freight No. 19*8:10 Except Suml iy. Diily. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 10 ONLY are allowed to carry issengers .be- tween Kasota and Slef py Eye C. VV. HEIDEMXNN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. Constans. TREASURERF Schubert KBUI8TGR OF HEEDSA Walton. ivnos or PROBATKE Brandt Cr ERKOP THB O UT COURTAlbert Blanchard SHERIFFLdwHid Casey. SURVEYORJ Berndt COURT COMMISSIONERA Hagberg CooNTY \TTORKEYB Wehber. COROWKRJona LaudeKschlager. Couwxir StrMRrwrKwoFMTu Clary. Officers of the City of New Ulm. MATORH Constans. COUNCILORSE Pahl.F Boock, Keller, PfeSerle md Pfeenninger CLBBKJacob Nix TREASURERFr Forster. CITY JUSTICESR Fischer and Baasen. CITT ATTORHBYJo A. Eckstein CONSTABLEJos Qalles. MARSHALF Melle NEW IU1 HiRKCT ...

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. — 3 January 1883

WIT AHD fljJMOB, Tho girl who i9 caught by a masher loves not wisely but too swell. Dogs are more hardy than men. They can go without their pants in Winter. In spite of protests the waltz still holds its own. Love rules the whirled. The first big fish storyThat of Jonah. Bugle trimmings are recommended for a windy day. How are you?" asked a New Yorker. "Bene!" leplied the Bostoniau. The first "wail of despair" must have been when Jonah was swallowed. Tho man who travels under an alias may boast that ho has made a naraefor himself. Nothing can now prevent the Indians Irom breaking out. They have learned how to make buckwheat cakes. A bonnet this reason, in order to be ot any account, must have five contrast ing colors to correspond with the chang ing colors on the face of the man who ioots the bill. She went into a shop to buy some toi let soap, and while the shopman was expatiating ou its merits about made up her mind to purchase, but when he said it would keep off chaps she said sh...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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