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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 7 February 1883

cw ffthtt ^tftytf, Wednesday, February 7, 1883. After sw tllowing a few more railro.ds Mr Vauderbilt will be able to control the entire coal busi ness oft he en^t The Drfiii.ur ttc party i a the Wnst his formerly adopted free trade. Th Democratic party in the East is expressed itself in faror of protection and lots of it. The house committee on lerees have resolved to recommend a stper ate bill for the improvement of the Mississippi. Th amount agreed upon is 3,0)0,000 below Cairo and 1,250,000 above. A syndicate of nd Paris, Amsterdam and American capital ists are "aid to have just taken $40,000,000 of Canadian Pteific stock, vviich will complete the road to and through the Rocky mountains into British Columbia, and gn trail tees the success of that gigantic enterprise Senator ivis is making his ar rangements to retire to private life, which means a gain for himself in material prosperity and a loss to Il linois in honor and in credit. has been a worthy representative of a great Sta...

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. — 7 February 1883

N3VV (JLtt AVDVfClNTrV LOCAL Traveler's GuicU. Winot^&gt.fWS^ Going Hunt. Day Passenger *6:581 *n Night *9:3pm freight No. 14 11:30 m Gtiilg Went. Oay Paaonger *7: pin Night t4:49 a ra Krel frht No 13 12:30 a freight No. 19 *2: Bnpt Sulty Dtilv. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are aliowwd to cirry p'-s-njers be* tweeu Kasoia and Sh^py Ey i C. W. IIEIDE\/L\SS. Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New 171m. AcorronH. B. Coimtans. tncAsuii^nF. Schubert. Kif tiaTKK or nKKDi-A. F- Walton. JunBKor PROBATKB Bramlt Oi.KitKor THK DIST LJOOKT Albert Blancnarc iKcmi-rKitward Casey. StTuvieroRJ. Bernrtt. CooTCoMMi!yioNK*A. usgncrg Coo rv \TTO*NKVB. V. \VTil)er. COKOMKRJonas Lauilewsehlafcer. Couxrv ieeaniif rB*iKWTO.O.Clai Officers of the City of New Ulm. ATonU. H.Coustan*. Cou*cii.o*-E. Pahl, P. toock, H. Keller, Pfetferle mil J. Pfainningor. CLBRKJacob Nix. Ts*9URnFi\ Forster. CITT JUSTICKSR. Pisch'ranl P. Baasen. CITT ATTOIIMMY.Jo-*. A. Eckstein. CONSTABLEJon. Oallc...

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. — 7 February 1883

i-LUOLL." The American Girl Abroad. We were calling on "The Fuchsia" the other day, says the! Londo Truth, and, apropos of frowns fitting, she told us that in New York some celebrated milliner has entire lay figures or dum mies which by means of innumerable springs or wires, are made to expand or contract until they become the ideal ized figure of thea^eaito lady be fitted. aeai. ine Please note the word "idealized," for it sometimes. means a great deal. ThM '7 ,lura fi^ff!?*^??!!??* S from the size and shape of his foot per formed a simple feat as compared with the miracle constantly worked (accord ing to "The Fuchsia'*) fy this milliner, who erects the dress upon one of these dummies, developing step by step each fold and point and turn. Fancy a dum my that could be expanded tothe dimen sions of a Fanny Davenport, or con tracted to the size of a Nellie Farren! I know several-girls who have wire dress-stands of the exact size of their own hgutes. and precisely of their own measurem...

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. — 7 February 1883

.y.f 0&\ ^SB0 l!heAmerican QuflAtaaaj^. ifliSk We were calling on'The Fuchsia" "Wlm *ay dn says the I London ^Wrta,, Rn apropos gowns fitting, sha-totr js%& ns that in New York some oelebrated *P*1I millinerohas entirearlamade figures dam-! wires toor expand tiffiqm mienKwhich by means of innumerable ^&"W P" 0^\ or contract until they become thaideal- Js,^v|isd of the lady to fitted. |^ef P1ewfigure the word "ideali2ede ""or'l |V,) sometimes means a great deal. The good 1 people who constructed Hercules **ch. from the size and shape of his foot per formed a simple feat as compared with the miracle constantly worked (accord ing to "The Fuchsia") ty this milliner, who erects the dress upon one of these dummies, developing step by step each fold and point and turn. Fancy a dum my that could be expanded to the dimen sions of a Fanny Davenport, or con tracted to the size of a Nellie Farren! I know several-girls who have wire dress-stands of the exact size of their own figures...

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. — 14 February 1883

W VOLUME VI. NO 7. t&Ujckli) ^iemexu* PUBLISHED BVERY WEDNE8DA7 BT JOS. BOBLETER. Cfflce ovei City Drug. Store. TKKMS: One Dollar and a half per year in. edvanre Rttniof AlvrtiMinc FrillVISHED UPOV APPLICATION A ivertisementsin double column, doable the tingle column rules Buxiuei-. ir Is offlve lines, one year j5 00 each a I li'ion illine 75 cts Mltrinsient tdvertisementstobe paid for in aIvince Ivertue nent* inserted in the local notice col tins ten eta a li ie for the fir** insertion and S ee its i line lor each rfubscqiieat innerlion bat no notice inserte i Tor less th.in Ml cts A ino lncemenls of miirriisjes and dentha in.ert d fre- but iMtuary notices, except in special oases will He ch irge I it a lvrtls]ng rates. (e? il notices will been irged 7" cts per folio for thn first uwe-tion, an I 2" cts per folio for eacb nbs tent insertion All legal notices must be upoi the responsibility of the attorne* oiderinjr them published, in nonffllavitoftubiicatio 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. — 14 February 1883

Wednesday, February 14, 1883. Lily Lingtry is booked at Moines for March 1. Desis The wealth of the United States it placed at $49,000,770,000. We harn't got oar share. Pass it along. The only reason given for calling an extra session of Congress, is that the regular session has done noth ing for the country. Had Wmdom opened his bar'l when he had seventy votes he would have got there. Old stagers miss their guess some times. It will read on the register of Willard, at Washington, "United States Senator S. J. R. McMillan and Dwight M. Sabin, Stillwater, Minn. The reaction agxinst Gov, Cleve land of New York has set in early. Even some of the sentimentalists who were among his foremost ad vocates are throwing mnd at him. Boston, Jan. 25The Mexican Central Railway company has issued a subscription of $6,000,000. The company considers the sum enough to finish the main line by the first quarter of the year 1884. Edward Atkinson argues in hi forceful way that unless Congres reduce? the r...

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. — 14 February 1883

2 4} A i 1 I NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. Wir\oi|h, & gt. Petet* f{ Going blast Day Passenger *6:58a Night 9:3 pm Freight No. 14 *U:30am Going West. Day Passenger *7: Night t4:49nm Krei ght No 18 12:30 am Freight No. 19 *2: Except S'lnl iy. Diily. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry ptssengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. EIBIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORU. B. Constans. THKASURJCRF. Schubert. KKUISTCR or DESDI-A. F. Walton. Jvnox or PROBATXK. Brandt. Ci.KKtcor THIC Div COURTAlbert Blaacbard SRSRir'rUdward Casey. StTRvxroRJ. Berndt. COURT COMMISSIOKKRA. Hagberg COUMTT ATTHRNBTB. V. Webber. CORO*RRJonan LaudeHschlager. COUMTV Ji-pKRiwrciiDicifTD.Q.Claiy. Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH. Constant. COUNCILORSB. Pahl, F. Boock, H. Keller, PfeAerie J. Pfsnnlnger. CLSBILJacob Nix. TRIASURIR FC. Forster. CITT JusTicaait. Fischer and F. Baasen. CITT ATTOBXBYJO*. A. Eckstein. CONSTABLR}s QaJl...

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. — 14 February 1883

4- I- 4 l- QLEAHIBQ3. A woman !n Charleston. S. has A set of false teeth that cost $1,000. She's ft great laugher. Miss C. L. Wolfe, of New York City, Is building a handred-thousand-dollar cottage" on a two-hundred-thousand dollar Tot in Newport, R. I. Texas proposes to have a eapitol building as large as the one at Wash ington. It will come handy to store pecans and cotton in. The new postal card with a flap will call for anew kind of letter carrierone with the length of his eyes up and down his face. Yokohama merchants have sent to New York 20.000.000 silk worm eggs for gratuitous distribution among Ameri cans interested in silk culture." A farmer living near Dayton. Ohio, has three fur-footed hogs all of a litter, and a Cincinnati man has a sheep with five perfectly fornn-d legs and six feet. It is estimated that the emigrants who arrived in Winnipeg during the past year brought capital with them to the extent of $10,000,000. Men and money found a hearty welcome. Captain Gilroy, ...

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. — 14 February 1883

GLEANINGS. A woman in Charleston. S. has a set of false teeth that cost $1,000. She's a great laugher. Miss C. L. Wolfe, of New York City, Is building a hundred-thousand-dollar "cottage" on a two-hundred-thousand dollar Tot in Newport, R. I. Texas proposes to have a capitol building as large as the one at Wash ington. It will come handy to store pecans and cotton in. The new postal card with a flap will call for anew kind of letter carrierone with the length of his eyes up and down his face. Yokohama merchants have sent to New York 20,000.000 silk worm eggs for gratuitous distribution among Ameri cans interested in silk culture." A farmer living near Dayton. Ohio, has three fur-footed hogs all of a litter, and a Cincinnati man has a sheep with five perfectly formed legs and six feet. It is estimated that the emigrants who arrived in Winnipeg during the past year brought capital with them to the extent of $10,000,000. Men andported money found a hearty welcome. Captain Gilroy, who le...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 14 February 1883

i' f&.^Vv'fejSertfdy mf -4' A/Wonwuira Charteatorh S. C., hasa sat of *al^ teeth that oost $1,XK SbVs a nea* laugher. J.* S MU. C. L. Wolle. of New York City, to tmlkling hoadred-thonsand-doilar "cotuge'^bh a iwoihondred-tbonsand dollarTot in Newport, B. 1 Texaa proposes to bare a. cApltol building s*J am as the in at Wash ington 'It wilt'come handy to store peoans end ootton in. The new postal card with a flap will call for anew kindof letter carrierone with the length of hie eyes np and down hie face. Yokohama merchants hare sent to New York 20.000*000silk worm eggs for gratuitous distribution among Ameri cans interested in silk culture. A farmer living near Dayton. Ohio, has three far-footed hogs all'of a litter, and a Cincinnati man has a sheep with Ave perfectly formed legs and six feet It is estimated that the emigrants, who arrived in Winnipeg during the past year brought capital with them to the extent of 10.000.000. Men and money found a hearty welcome. Captain Oilroy, ...

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. — 21 February 1883

--.5)1 |M IA \i -C Mlcchiy gknienj. PUBU&KID BVES7 WEDNESDAY BT JOS. BOBLETER. OSes oyei City Drug State. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in edvance. icec off Advertising. FUliNTISHBD UPON APPLICATION. Advertisements In double column, son births tingle column rates. Business Cards of Are lines, on* year #6,00) each addition il line 75 cts. Ml trinsieatadrertiiementttobe paid for In idrnnce lvertise nents innerted in thslecal notice col arans, ten cts a line for the first insertion and 5 eant* i line for earn aabseqnaat insertion bat no notice inserted for less than 50 cts A laonncements of marriages and deaths insert. *d free but obituary notice*, except in special eases will be charged at advertising rates. Le il notice* will be charged 75 cts per folio for the flrit inaction, and 26 cts per folio for aaeb subsequent insertion All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oidering them published, and no affidavit of publication will be given 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. — 21 February 1883

fa**** Wednesday, February 21, 1883. The outlook of the crone through out Europe is gloomy in the extreme. No part of the continent has escaped the rains and inundations. There has been great damage to property, but it is insignificant as compared with the damaged prospects of the year. ___. Cincinnati is an afflicted city. It has its own Southern Railroad, *hich has brought on to the city a debt of twenty mi'lion dollars, and now the winter floods have swallowed up several millions more. The Ohio river never got so "high" before As the times go, it is a dangerous thiftg to be an Ohio man, as it were. The American Dairymmn says, that the dairy industry of the Unit ed States represents an investment ef over $1,300,000,000 and an anclution, nual production of butterand cheese of over $350,000,000 in value, which is $50,000,000 more than the wheat crop of the country, one-seventh more than the hny crop, one third more than the oat crop, one third more than the cotton crop, and but one-...

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. — 21 February 1883

4. 4 1 4 4 NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. Wii\oi)h. & gt. Petei* f{ f{ Going Eatt. Day Passenger *6:58 Night 9'3r freight No 14 *ll:3(hra Going West. Pay Paxsenger *7: Nipht 14-49 am Freight No 18* 12:30am Freight No. 19 *3: Etcupt Sunliy. Dtily. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 10 ONLY are allowed to c.trry ptssengers be tween Kasou and Sleepy Eye C. VV. HEIDEMXNN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address Msw Vita. AcniTonH. B. Constans. TMAavftKftF. Scliubert. RUUISTKM OF DKKDSA Walton. Jonon o PBOBATK- Brandt. Ci.KRXor TKK OIST CoonxAlbert Str*vTOJwBerndt. nxaiFF -Kd rd Casey. Green, BlaCK, Blancbard OeoaT COM WISSIOHKKA. Hagberg Coo T* \TTOJUCir-B F. Webber. GoKOVBBJonas Laudewschlager. Qjvnvt dVFKHi*twDMt-D. O.Clary Officers of the City of Nrw Ulm. MAYOKH Coustans. CouNOiLoas-B O Pah), F. Boock, H. Keller, PfeaVrle 4nd Pfatnnlnger. CLBKJacob Nix. TasASuasnFr. Forster. CITT JUBTICBSR. Fischer and Baasen. CITT ATTOBMBTJo*. A. Eckstein. COKSTASLXJos. Galles. ...

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. — 21 February 1883

w-f WIT 1LW ITO-OB. Brown bred--__ulfttto children. The first fast maloithe prodigal son. The debt of the City of Paris is #300,- 000,000. Patti must have been singing Paris. A new book is entitled "Short Sayings Great Men." When are we to have "Great Sayings of Short Men?" Rattan furniture is fashionable, but the small boy objects to having his base ment furnished with rattan. "Well, my lad, how much do you earn a weekP" "I dunno what I earn, sir bnt I know what 1 gets." The musician who robbed a bakery said in extenuation that he was in favor of a movable dough. Why cannot two slender persons ever become great friends? Because they will always be slight acquaintances. Every girl who expects to keep up with the times should wear clocks on her stockings. "Of what complaint did your father die?" "The jury found him guilty," was the answer. It Is nice enough to serenade and sing, "Come with the larkcome with the lay," but the hen that comes up promptly with the lay takes the cake! A m...

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. — 28 February 1883

N 11 4 VOLUME VI. NO 9. IfitejcUlij ^ternou. rUBU&HSD BVSEY WEDNESDAY BT JOS. EOBLETER. Offlee ovei Citj Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in edvance. llitnof Advertising. FmtNISHED UPOV APPLICATION. Adrvrtiaementnio loubI column, double tta ingle column rates Business Car Is of fire lines, one year |5,00, each additional line 75 ct Ml transient advertisements to be paid for in advance Advertise nento inserted in the local notice col nmns ten cts a li le for the first insertion and S cent* a line Tor each aubseqiieat insertion but no notice inserted Tor less than 50 cts A inonncements of narriagps and deaths insert ed free but obituary notice*, except in special caie, will be charged at advertising rates.folio tog il notice* will been trged 7r ct per for the Arm iiie-tloit, and 25 cts per folio for eacb subsequent inertion All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oiderl^g them published, and no aflldavltof publication will be given until ...

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. — 28 February 1883

1 I M** &>*- 1^4. Wednesday, February 28, 1J The Maine Senate has constitutional prohibitoryZamend ment. f'aylor, H& Birds-eye maple is used for fire wood in Michigan and sold for 170 a thousand in Lirerpo 1 A sewer gas explosion in Cincin nati wrecked a three story building and caused the immediate death of three persons Paine's Age of Reason and Vol-members tair's Philosophy have been seiz ed in Montreal as objectionable books. Berlin, Feb. 20 The Bundes rath has adopted a regulation against the importation of Amen can pork. Murdock Campbell has been found uilty of the murder of Duncan and sentenced to the peni tentiary for life A Guard of United States soldiers is still k*pt over Garfield's grave, and will be continued till the mon ument is erected. They are cutting down cotton wood trees in Fairfield, Iowa, four feet across the stumps, that grew there smee the place was first set tied. Missouri proposes to appropriate $50,000 to organize militia. Now that Jesse James ...

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. — 28 February 1883

I 4: i 1? i i $ NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. Wiqoufc&gt.Petei'fJft Going East. Day Passenger *6:*3 tn Night *9:3 freight No t4 *U:3o.im GRAIN. 4 heatr O.ts. Cora, Barley, 1 FltOVISIONI. Beef on foot. i 1 1 Going West. Day Paxsonger *7: Night t4:49 am Freight No 13*12:30 am Freight No. 19 *3: Exempt Sri 117. JDiilv. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry pissengers be tween K.tsou and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEtt \NN\ Agent. Officers of Brown County. PoM Ottk Address New Ulm. MTDITOH H. B. Conxtans. TREASURE*F Schubert. HUUISTEH OF nKKDsA Walton. JUDOE OF PROBATKK Brandt. CI.GRKDFTHB Jiir COURTAlbort Blanefcara SHERIFFEd w:u Casey. Sr/RVKTonJ. Berndt. Oovn* COMMISSIONERA. Hagberg Couxri \ITIIRNKT -B Webber. COROICB!RJona* LiudeNschlager. QOOHTT SapKirrwi)isifTD Q. Clary Officer* of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH. B.Comtans. COUNCILORSS Pahl, F. Koock, H. Keller, Pfeflforle ind J. Pftenninger. CLBBXJacob Nix. TRXASUBKBFr. Forster. CITT JuaTicasR. Fischer an...

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. — 28 February 1883

WIT AHD flUMos. No, Paul, the window of the soul is Hot a pane in the stomaob. It id an natality and fee time when the tbeitaometerit down to sera. EgyptWbulH sell any or all of its pyra mids cheap for cash if it could find a purchaser. It is said that great improvements will be made next year in railroad restaurant sandwiches. You can fve a man the cold shoulder and not hart his feeling a bit if you only Seratfimutton.It right should be a coldshoul- "Never kiss anybody on the mouth," says Dr. Hall, "unless you are reckless of consequences." What, do they ever bite? No matterwe are reckless. A young woman who has a wart on her nose complains that when she has a cold in her head it makes her nose warter. The zodiacal sign for the opening of Winter is a goat. The goat is a hard butter, andhard butter is almost always a sign that the weather is cold. "He's grown to be a polished gentle man, anyhow," said an old lady, gazing fondly as she spoke at the shining bald head of her son, just ...

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. — 28 February 1883

fe'i & $K -W': WIT AID HUaffflL No, Paul, the window otttbe MUI W ttotkoaneiii.tl the UWrlrivfof i |||||f: i ii v" V. *T! ^T-.i mm mmgwzvz m. s^-^^^^Mj^^^m^y^ '$0*~l E-w/'-^ Jtime when Idwftoaero. Srfaify^illolitopi ^mids cheap for cash if it could find ft purchaser. It is said that great improvementswttl SBStiBWT- "mm-*"*?!* Toa can give a man tbd,cold shoulder and adfhnrt his feelinWbit If you only Seratfimutton.It right should be A oldsbottl- "Never kiss anybody'on the mouth," says Or. Hall, "unless yondare of consequences." What reckless they ever bite? No matterwe are reckless. A young woman Who has a wart on her nose complains that when she has a cold in her head it makes her, nosje waiter. The zodiacal sign for the opening' of Winter is a coat. The goat is a hard, butter, and.hard butter is almost always a sign that the weather is cold. "He's grown to be a polished: gentle man, anyhow," said, an 61d lady, gazing fondl/ as she spoke at the shining bald head of ber son, jus...

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 March 1883

H^* jtJk 1 4 I I IStetUhj SjUmetu. PUBU&JiED KVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETEIL Cfllce ovei City Drug Stare. TERMS One Dollar and a half per year in edvance Rutesnf Advertising*. FOKNISHED UPOV APPLICATION. Advertisements in double column, double the ingle column rite* Business trds of five lines, one year |5,00, each addiliomil line75 cts Ml transient tdvoi tisements to be paid for in advance \dveitise nents inserted in the local notice col ninns, ten cts a line for the first insertion and nts a line fore ich subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than 50 cts A inouncementi of marriages and deaths inaert. free, but obituary notirex, except in special eaet will be charged at advbrtNins rates. Iei notices will bech irged 7" cts per folio for the first ine-tion, and 25 cts per folio for eacb sabsjqaent insertion All letcal notices must be apoa the responsibility of the attorney oiderI"p them published, and no affidavit of publication will be given until the publicatio...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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