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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 10 January 1883

?&' *t r^f ft 4 ii ^icuicxu* PLBLJbhED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Ofllt ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in eJvance It it of 4flvrtisinir PfUMSHBD UPOV APPLICATION. lv^rti-einpiit-.i double column, doable the iin_rle coin inn ite Bu-.nios.Cir Isot die lines, one year $3,00, each addl'ion il line 75 cts *ll1! insiont advpitisement'stobe fpaid for in ad\ ante \\\ei Mement inserted in the local notice col uinn ten cts a li ie Tor the if** oertion and cents I line lore ioh subsequent insertion but no notice nisei te I for less thanftncts A inoiinceinentsor iges and deaths innert. ed fie", bit .litiniy notices, except in special canes mil he ill ge I it idvbrtislnp rates. I os tl notices will bech nged 7" cts per folio for he flrt liwe-tiou, an I 2 cts per folio for each subs (ijiiiit in eitlon All legal notices mnst be there-r'0nibility of the attorney oiderlnp them published in I no nffl 1 ivltof nubiic ition will be civen until the public ition fe...

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. — 10 January 1883

--J^SE\ 1TSW 7Xd a^raraar. Wednesday, January 10, 1883. The dykes on both sides of the Rhine burst Dv*c. 10 and all the low districts were flooded. Eleven thousand miles of raihoads have been built in country during the past year. Lyons, Dec. 30.The Saone has risen to the level of 1856. The in habitants have been warned that an overflow is emminent. Daring the month of December last, sixty cases of sand bag knock downs and robberies have occurred in Chicago, many of them in prom inent streets. The rumor comes from Washing ton that "within sixty days Secre tary Lincoln will be appointed min ister to England, Gen. Hartranft be made Secretary of war. Mrs. Ray, the first woman who went to Leadville, worked in thegrading.No. mines, roamed over the plains as a scout, and took in washing, now has a fortune of $1,000,000. If Minneapolis continues to in crease in population the next twelve months as rapidly as it has in the past twelve, it will reach one hun dred thousand before 1884 is ushe...

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. — 10 January 1883

rft* r- -r^ v jp* NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. WiqoqhtgtPetaflJfi Got tig East. Day Passenger *6:58am Night 9:3p Freight No. tl 11:30dm Except Sail ty Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH Constant. COUKCILORSE Pahl,F. Boock, H.Keller, Pfeflerle md Pfaenninger. CLKKh.Jacob Nix. TRKASURER Fr. Forstcr. CITT JUSTICESR. Fischer and F. Baaaen. CITY ATTORNEYJO* A EckBtein CONSTABLEJos Oalles. MARSHALF. Meile. NEWlin r.l GRAIN. "*m* Going West. Pay Passenger 7: Nieht 14:49 am Frei ght No 18 12:30 am Freight No. 19 Diily Freight trains Nos 13,14 and 19 ONLY are a]lowed to carry pissengers be tween K.tsot.t and Slef py Eye W. IIEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. Constuns. TREASURERF Schubert. KKUISTKH OF IEKDS F. Walton. JvnoE OF PROBATKE Brandt. CMSRKOP THK DT COURTAlbert Blanchard SHKRiFF--bdwnrd Casey. SURVEYORJ. Berndt. COURT COMMISSIONERA. Hagberg COUVTT \TTORNEYB Wenber. COROXKRJonan LaudeNschlager. CotrHT* SUPERINTENDENTD.G. ...

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. — 10 January 1883

~*M Prima Donna and their Olothefc Emma Abbott, according to The St. Louis Glob-Democrat, is always ready for an interview. A reporter pet Iter behind the scenes at the opera-tiousethe other night, as happy as* lark, arid when questioned by the newspaper man about the cause of her happy frame of mind answered that she had wop a dia mond ring from her husband on Cleve land's majority. She wigered that the denarerati candidate lor governor of New York would get over 50,000 ma iority he got over 150,000, and she got the ring, a five-karat solitaire, which sparkled upon one of her fingers. "If I had lost," said Miss Abbott, "I would now feel very much as Mme Gerster used to feel just about this time when she sang Anima. How is that? Well, she got very mad, The costumer who made dresses for her when she was with StrakoschNina Ceroltold me that Mme. Gerster always tore the bridal veils she wore in Somnambula' to pieces. So, too, when she sang Lucia, she kept picking at the waist of her pe...

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. — 17 January 1883

t' i i i I 51 i*a? i.' ^V&Qg&rp&t V)LJ via VI. NO 3. SSlcchiy ^icuicxu^ 'LBU&KED EVERY WEDNBBDA7 BY JOS. BOBLETER. Cflice ovi City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per vearin euvcince. itni of 4lvrtlaina* FITUNISHED UPON APPOIQATION. Advertisements in double column, double the jingle column riites. Bu-lnes* mis offlve lines, one year ?S,00, each alilillun:i hue 73 cts. All transiont advertisements to be Ipnld for la advance ^rivertisetnents inserted in thelticfal noticYcot. umns, ten cts a 'Hue for the flrsMbKertlon andS cents line tor each subsequent insertion: but no notice inserted for less than 50 cts A inonnceinonta of marriages and deaths insert. ed free but oMtunry notices, except in speclsL cases, will be ch irged at nlvtrtisin rates. f#.l notices wjll be charged 73 cts perfoliofor the flrst in*e-tion, and cts per folio for eacb subsequent insertion. All legal notice* ninst be a poi the responsibility of the attorney oiderlng them published, and no af...

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. — 17 January 1883

"i TAW* ASS**-*- ^.BW TTXAC acmr. Wednesday, January 17, 1883. The mines of Colorado have yielded nearly $27,000,000 daring the year 1882 in gold and sil ver. During the year 1882, 830,000,000 gallons of beer was drank in Germ any, and by each individual about twenty. The leading citizens of Kandiyo hi county have pledged the county to issue |65,000 bonds as a bonus to to the Sauk Centre Southern Rail way. The Steamer City of Brussels was sunk off Liverpool, Jan, 7, caused by a collision with the steamer Eirby Hall. Ten lives were lost. The national tobacco manufact urers met Jan. 8 to agree upon some basis of action, and turn their leg islative interest over to the third house. Horace Greeley's description of a segar is as follows: "A segar is a roll of tobacco about six inches long with fire at one end and a fool at the other. Central Europe has been flooded in many places by heavy freshets, causing much privation and suffer ing* Thousands of persons have been rendered destitute a...

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. — 17 January 1883

fPf 11 X" JWpgfWBWIIIII limy NEW ULM AND VICINITY. ^Traveler's Guide. Winor\k^^t.f)eteic^i( Going Hast. Day Passenger *6:58a Night 9:30pm Freight No. 14 *llt30am Going West. Day Passenger *7: Night 14:49 am Freight No 13*12:30 am Freight No. 19*9: E-coept Sunl ty Duly* Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLV are allowed .to carry tssengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye G. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Addro New Ulm M*DiTonH. B. Constant. Tru-AST-namF. Schnbert. asMisTKn or OEKDSA. F. Walton. Junes or POBATS. Brandt A Or.BHKOF THI O UT CovaTAlbert iHBftKVKdward Casey. StrnvKTonJ. Berndt. COURT CoMMissxoitsnA. Hsgberg COUNTY ATT0ifTB. F. Webber. OOBOSMJonas LandeMschlager. Couxvv ge#jtafTosTD.O. Clary Blanehard 'Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAToaH. B. Constans. OounciLoasE. Q. Pahl, F. Boock, H. Keller, Ffcflerle nnd J. Pfanninger. dansJacob Nix. TnaAsunaaFr. Forster. Cin JusTtcnsR. Fischer and F. Baasen. Oirx ATTOBIOTJos. A. Eckstein. COMSTABLBJOS. GsJ...

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. — 17 January 1883

tt5fitt Stt as **W WIT AUD HUafOH and quiet per da\. I AS a rnlp, the menu ho have been duven cra/\ h\ ini*fnttui) did not have to go far. To keep appiM fiWi fhtavrrgC put tnem a cool nia -\n i* thoie is a targe LtniiK of children A Lonoke, Ark socml innouueei tbt^i *U(ao an '.-v-ime mar i get hie \ounj: "IHS \ur JU .imubei ff utrt}v W'MJ H.-J HI thai place. Pmliutuphiti uoasts of a man who tried to poison seven people, in a map who Mn't a doctor thi seenn extraor dinary. A little boy who had beet* n*ed to re ceiving his elder bio!her' oid tojs and old clothes lemaiked "Ma. will I have to marry hi- widow when he dies? A Cincinnati insm jnoe agent was shot at tht^i 'to'iw 3 the othi i dav with outjbeina Hit.s deliriously daz/ling falsehood cu want to hear the story of' the Ver ii) baggageman who, having a little time i n'tween stations, took a nammer i'nl nails and repaired a ttnnk that HI) ,i a disposition to burst. Nothing like understanding human IIH'U i. A southern farmer placed ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 17 January 1883

''if of cOTtase, awfctaflertlnfeIPHMMJ^J^A'9 ten* fWtrritatt i'kW~-vt\-i hhot^hack|e.,r 1-,' AS a rtiR, I|Cf uicu wnriv .'liarer been driven armyr-bv misfort iu- did -not renewAf^M^in^^iwmably. __ Texas mart recently enmmitted suicide, and afeibftltjft, the wlffoky: bot tle in his pocketr yearly foil-he waa ad* Jn?#tecjs,d Ken/ 'l/jvuiap mugs lbqresj jaunt-1 don't lilajftmijaVdwaathin(i*m to k6 away from me, I don't snub him. 1 just lend hint$5."^ A Mr. Keed hint written along poem to show'4hat the world is' growing-bet ter every year.. Let hint transact bust nearwith'a tiflckman-ttml 1)#M 1 ^'htfttW and l&ir tir t|te' niaiiusiorip("" stands that it takes two^pounds of su gar to sweeten a handful'of the berries be jmratr rpgz Do ^4aubscrib tb a&tne -Jttfteee of the Athanasiau creed?" was asked an old lady. -No, I don't I can't af ford it Chore's a collection next week for the convention fond, and I can*t do ay more," was. her reply. llad|Une,'Vhe said sorrowfJl* "I 11 lever ...

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. — 24 January 1883

m. if *i*i lt 1 .iff ccklg $imfui. IBLlfcKED KVKRY VVEyXESOAT JUS. E03LETER. Office ovei Citj Drug Store. TKKMS: One Dollar and a half per year in el vance. Halet AdrortUIn. FITltNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Advertisement* to double column, double th* liugle column rates. i sines* Girl* of five lines, one year #5,00, eac) addiWonitlliie75cts. Ml trnusieut advertisements to be {paid for in a Ivance. Vlvertisement* inserted in the local notice col. amns, tan cts a 11.te, for the firs* insertion and T. cent.-i i line for ei.chdubseqiieHt insertion} but notice inserted for less than SO cts A ino'incemeuts af msirrHges and deaths insert ed fre-j but .iMtusiry notice*, except in apecia caux, will be ehirge I at advertising rates. Ije tl :iotico will bechargert 75 cts per folio 'or the first iuse-tion, and cts per folio for escj aubaxiuent Insertion. All legal notices mhst pv the responsibility of the attorney otderlnp thorn published, :im no nffl iavjt of r.nbiicHtin will be jfiven until the ...

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. — 24 January 1883

^cnonfinif 5 &**5?$ ^K^-^ j*^ ^..-UJ'VM-'fe ^$*Fmm $w t&lm ^cvitfw, TTXAC adsnrar Wednesday, January 24, 1883 i i^^^ Cholera is raging with fearful ef fect in the city ot Chiapa, Mexico, and a great many of the victims hare to be burned as it is impossi ble to find help sufficient to bury them all. Why should all the private and domestic grief of Engineer Melville be spread before the public to the extent of columns a day? Melville has had a strange and bard experi ence, but that does not entitle the whole world to know every detail of his domestic life A word to settlers. Turn your attention to stock. Make grain an adjunct, not a primary object on the farm. Take advantage of the unoccupied lands for summer graz ing save great quantities of hay frr winter use, and raise corn for feeding purposes only. G. W Thompson, a thrifty farm er who lives near Albert Lea re -however, Eorts a new disease as affecting his ogs. has already lost eight or ten and knows nothing about the dise...

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. — 24 January 1883

f%r*w*fii*"**J i i 1 i I W NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. Winon & St. W Going East Day Passenger *6:581 Night *9:3p in Freight No 14 *U:30..m Officers of Brown County. Port Office AddfeeNew Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constnns. Tanast-asiaF. Schubert. KKUMTKM or omensA. Walton. Junoa or PROBATEE Brandt. Cr.BRKor THK DIIT CocaTAlbert Blanchard gHsnirrKdwaid Casey. StrnvcvoaJ. Berndt Cottar COMMISSIOI-KR-A. Hagberg Ci/ *TV \TTOKKKVB. F- Webber. COMOVKRJonas Landeifacblager. Coottv* SvrKMitvKtOKttTD.Q.Claiy Officers of the City of New Ulna. MaYoaH. Coustana. COUNCILORSE. li Pahl. F. Hoock, H. Keller, pfeftVrle inoV. Pfannlngor. CtlBKJacob Nix. TSSASUBKRFr. Forster. CITY JOSTICBSR. Fischer and F. Baasen. CITT ATTOKSSYJo-. A. Eckstein. COHBTASLXJOS. Qalles. MARSHALF. Melle. NEWl'LA lURKHT BEPBT. [Borrected weekly by PFBFFKRLE, dealer In Grain, Provisions, Groceries and Country Pro- duce.] GRAIN. Wheat, (Ms. 35 Corn, *0 Barley, 45 PROVISIONS. Beef on foot, per cwt., 92.00 1 93.00 Mutto...

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. — 24 January 1883

tj I) I r*\ GLEAIIfOfl. Appropriate name for a bulldog Agrlpps. The limine of interest on u, money*in South Carolinahas been raWkTby the I-gia^tgre,from 7 to lOj^r-cent..,.. An ing li9[h::vi8itor to Anjerjca' writes to the Mat&lKSster Examiii^rihkt hfi ate thebest dinner of his life in N#w|Torlc club* A New York man has a finger-ring, with the ten commandments engraved on It in such sinall characters that thoy can only, be rendwith the flid.ofa naicro scope- A Providence merchant ordered from an Atlanja,. Ga.. bnriteii 10,000 twenty dollar Confederate bills forxiise in ad vertising. The broker iilied the order and had #3,000,000 left, A three-yc r-:old bpy ^tJSpring^ld,0 .smokes the .strongest- cigar and' pipes and chews tnbaoco constantly. He said to be remarkably bright and healthy looking,. It is, said tb.Ht the lite of the- poet W niftiertomuch disturbed by women. One wealthy widow actually proposed to hiui, a a if. other women! have mado violent lovq to him within ftvaii, A...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 24 January 1883

ft to *m & e*r..V? Vr A*woi^ Jiiatt Hsa finger-ring, ^vltKto^^Aaa^ents engrave! '^On1 lUft]u! Um dlpractera that tbo can,6p)yi be 4with U^*W*t#^icro- .sooptv k)ll^ 3 &toL^c bllbvloiwiirln ad vertttjagv vTh* tatf&ft tilled tbe order and hkF#8,W,00 left? O r. siuofce* t granges* cj^m'iilidtjMpe^ and chews -tohaox:oiOwis*ntly ~M itt&is felloe If 4 It i*v ,satdvtbatct.the liteuitho^poe WhlrtleH* mush di^nrbwd' t*r* wonVen, One yealthv wift^ ^otunHv^ p*fpjwl to hltn,. an tfier worn^j VV ns*lo vloUiftt lofQto Wju wUho,t ajraiW th*o*rhonta dttxtaWeotakie^ tancoat smoker A tejaa, nap*r ja.inotinati *9 tfeo'ho ltei,Ab,nt. the tcaoi{huDui8fuic(t)iitUi have no end Justo -wou'WOIHHO Irt brought up to-, habits of eooi^bniy audf Jeooiea ?teDtrqp: ST/ ft** J*J- i Mi ts p^saibtethntthey d wib^JttRey .worn Recently an assembl menfrom'4H4wrtAet %*il"' /f h^l^try nd|l^s, .^siip^rtV hi^binAt/, It wasJately snossWln-a^nttfavFarjS that a maYrted n*Sn hadriairtover fg&.i WO blackmail H...

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. — 31 January 1883

stf' i T* VOLUME VI. NO 5 cL&ccUlu, gicuictti. tBLI&.i KD KVEBV WEDNESDAY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TKKM*: One Dollar and a half per veaim e.dvance. Rtnof %lv* pnu.VISHBD UPON APPLICATION. A lvert1-emont*i dQuble column, doable the tingle coliiain rut^si BuxineRM C:r Nor live linen,"one year #6.06, each 1li'lonuUine75cts All transientndver^iaemejitti to be paid'for In advance Vlvertise-nent* inserted in thelocnl notice col uian-t. ten cts 11 ie Tor the Art** Insertion anil 6 cents :line for each subsequent Insertion bat no notice Inserted Tor les than SO cts A \nonncemente jf marriages and deaths insert. d free b-it .fhttnnry notice*, except, in special caw. will be chirgel at advertiNlng rates. (a tl notices will bech.i rged 75 ctn per folio PJCMDENT DENTIST, 'OSes, corner Mian, nod Festf. fu IW-ULM MINNEaOl- D" '1 C. BERRT, PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON. Orrua AT *HB CITT Dace STOKS. *EW ULM, til o\r ltizm's Nat 1 Hank. NEW11 ULM MINN. JOS. A. ECKSTEIN, Attorney 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. — 31 January 1883

3cr 3TJKW V&U axixrasr. Wednesday, January 31, 1883. Three hundred persons perished *n a fire at a circus in Russia lust Saturday. Comment is unnecessa- A two ye ir old daughter of James Blackwefl of Arkanf.s, hat three tongues. When she grows up she can learn to scold in three languag es. On January 19, Charles G. Shaw, a colored murderer, was hung at Washington on the same scaffold that served to break Guiteau's neck and also by the same executioners. The State Treasurer of Tennes see, who defaulted in the sum ot $400,000, has been captured and threatens revelations that /rill in volve some of the most prominent men in the State. San Francisco papers announce the news of a horrib* explosion. The Grant Gun Powder Works blew up last Monday, incurring a loss of fifty lives and property to the amount of $100,000. Jerome Bonaparte has been ban* ished from France for posting a manifesto, assailing the Republic He claims the throne and evidently believes the death of Gambetta has ope...

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. — 31 January 1883

I SVRVKTORJ. 4 4 I 1 3 ^|y^w^wiiiww HcairrKdward Casey. Berndt. COURT CowvfissiONsnA. Hagberg Covxrt ATTOHNKTB F. Webber. Concurs*Jonn* Laodeirachtager. Coottrt iffFK*fi*rci*DKifTD.a.Claiy ^4* NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. LY, Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH. Coustans. COUNCILORSE. O Pahl, F. Hoock, H. Keller, Pfetterle and J. Pfwnninger. CLIRKJacob Nix. TRBASURSHFr. Forster. CITT JusTtcaaR. Fischer and F. Baasen* CttT ATTOBHEYJo-*. A. Eckstein. CONSTABLEJos Galles. MARSHALF. Helle. SGff VI. HI '.UBKKT HC11T. [Borrected weekly Uy R. PFKFFKRLE, dealer in drain, Proviaious, OroceriKa and Country Pro- due*.] GRAIN. Wheat, Otts. Corn, Barley, VISIONS. 1 4 Teas, Japan, 40 75 Green, 60 80 Black, 80 ttfOValUFAIBA' Quick, complete cure, all anoying Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Dis eases. 81. Druggists. "Rough n Ham." Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks gophers. 15c. Druggists. Congregational Sunday School at the Court House every Sabbath...

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. — 31 January 1883

s Sharks, as a rale, have round bodies. Pointing with his stick to a large illus tration of a shark on the screen, the Professor desired his a- -nee to note that the mouth was away down under neath the head, instead of at the ante rior of the head, as in most fishes. The most marked characteristic of sharks is their voracity. They will eat anything that conies in their way, and their jaws are provided with numerous sets of teeth, so that a. soon as one set are torn ont or rendered worthless, another set takes their place. The lecturer held up to view the jaws of & good-sized shark, and explained that the teeth were set in a tough but very durable cartilage. The teeth of most sharks will come out very easily. The size to which sharks grow can be judged by their teeth. In the jaws ex hibited by Professor Bickmorethe teeth were about as large as a man's thumb nail, but the Professor showed a large tooth which he said must have belonged to a shark 80 or 50 feet long. The tooth was a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 31 January 1883

sy? *^c? f*N Sharks, as a rule, have round bodies. Pouting with his stick to a large illus tration of a shark on. the screen, the Professor desired his a- .nee to note that the month Was away down under neath the head, instead of at the ante rior of the head, as in most fishes. The most marked characteristic of sharks is their voracity. They will eat anything that comes in then* way, and their jaws re provided with- numerous sets of teeth, so that a. soon as one set are torn out or rendered worthless, another set takes their place. The lecturer held np to view the jaws of a good-sized shark, and explained that the teeth were set in a tough but very durable cartilage. The teeth of most sharks will come out very easily. The size to which sharks grow can be indged by their teeth. In the jaws ex hibited by Professor Bickmoretbe teeth were aboat as large as a man's thumb nail, but the Professor showed a large tooth which he said must have belonged to a shark 80 or 50 feet long. The tooth...

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. — 7 February 1883

vrfl .JaW* 1 i \i a VOLL'jtlh. VI. NO a SSUckiu Jicmeio. ?UBU6J\KD KVERY WEDNESDAY BT JUS. BOBLETEK. Cfiee ovei Citj Drug Store. TKIIM8: One Dollar and a half per year in etivcince. RilMitl Arivrtiainc*. FfTKVrSHBD UPOV APPLICATION llTartUementiiin double column, double the ingle column rated Bminen-Or In of Ave lines, one year 5.00 encb addi'ion tl line 75 eta *,tl transieut utvertisemenfato be paid for In advance Vlvertise nenta Inserted in thelocal notice col atans ten eta a li for the nre ii.aertion nd S cent* line for ea*h rfiibspqieat lneriioo but no aotlce Inserted for less thin 1eta A mouncernenta 3frairrligea and 1e itbn insert ad free but itiituary notice*, except In apeciai caaet will be ch irge I at a IvectUing rite*. f*e it notice* will bech irgari 7* et pir folio Store ror the Arm tiwe-tiou, an I 2",ctane fnlto for eacl eub* qnent insertion All leeal notice* mnt be poi the responsibility of the at'onie* oiderltwr them pnblNhed,nn I no ifll Uvlt of r.nbiic ttlon will be...

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