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

^i -U-if Wednesday, March 7, 1883. The Army and Fortification ap propriation bills passed. The Mississippi threatens a ser ious inundation iu Louisiaca. Miss Belle Cooke, the famou* equestrinne, died at Califormia, lately. Subsriptions have been opened in Berlin, Germany, for the suffer ers by floods in America. Queen Victoria, a Christian, has more ALihomedan subject? than followers of Jesus of Nazareth. A Fargo druggist who made a mistake in compounding a pre scription was prosecuted for damag es, the jury assessing him $1200 for his mistake. Two members of the Minnesota legislature (representative Richard son of Winona and senator Mc Laughlin of Dodge) have died since the opening ot the session. Milwaukee is thieateued with a water famine. The inlet of the waterworks is clogged up by ice.ment and the reservoir contains only half a million gallons. "ggg In view of the terrible calamity in the Catholic school in Newcence York, the board of education of Chicage has decided to have 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. — 7 March 1883

's NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. Winoqh.iSt.Petef^lt Going blast. Day Passenger *0:58a Night *9:30pni Freight No. U*ll:30um Going West. Day Passenger *7: Night t4:49 am Freight No 13* 12:30 a freight No. 10 *i: Except Sund ly. li ly. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLT are allowed to carry passengers be tvveeu Kusotiv and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANX, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH.B. Constans. THEASUHKHP. Schubert. REUISTKR OF BEBDIA. F. Walton. JUDGE or PROBATEK- Brandt. Cf.BRKOF THK OtsT. COURTAlbert Blancuard SHERIFFEdward Casey. SURVITORJ. Berndt. COURT COMMISSIONERA. Hagberg COUNTY ATTORNKYB. F. Webber. COROKIRJonas LaudeNsohlager. COITKTV iffPKRrxrKWDENTD.G.Claty. Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH. B. Constans. COUNCILORSE. Q. Pahl, P. Boock, H. Keller, Pfefforle nd J. Pfjenninger. OLBRKJacob Niz. TREASURERFr. Forster. CITT JUSTICE*R. Fischer and F. Baasen CITY ATTORKSTJos. A. Eckstein. CONSTABLEJos. Oalles. MABSBALF. Me...

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 March 1883

7 l. Tt f^tiYmautv/fyjg LUOJOHtf TWO WAYS. It was a regular northeaster and snowing fast "Fine snow storm, driver, said a fat man as he deftly swung himself to the front platform of a slowly-moving Third avenue horse car, pulled up his ulster collar, pulled down hist sealskin cap and faced the storm with tho enjoyment known only to fat men well clad. The driver was tired and cold and cross. "Fine snow storm," repeated the fat man cheerfully. "Regular old-fashion ed snow storm. Makes one think of old times." "You may call it fine. I call it all fired onpleasant," said the driver.yank mg at the reinsas the near horse slipped on the snowy cobble-stones "Fine fu them as likes it, an1 t' do butt1 "An1 hain' got nuthinr enjoy it S'pose y' ask them bosses their o-pinion uv yerfine,stormt. They seem be enjoyin1 it don' the\?" "It is haul on the animals, that's a fact," said the fat man, his cheerful tace lengthening a trifle as he watched the steaming horses strain at the load. "I was think...

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 March 1883

1 I VOLUME VI NO 11 I Bul&J EI KVkKY WEDNESDAI BY JOS. BOBLETER. GfBce ovci City Drug Store. TERMS One Dollar and a half per rear in edvajice -a \i A M-.tii ________ it tilt I rtiMitr FlftfVISHUD UPON APPLICATION A Ivui tHeinents !oubl cpluinn, double the insrle coliimn it Bustnos- Qt\r lol ftre lines, one year $J,00 ench adaiiion.llinaflJMtjv \ll ti )iiM|u tfajrt megMLto b$- ailvinc piirl for itv x" A Uei we nehts fniMtert In thelocnl notice col a inn* ten eta 1MBTOTthe fir** -ertioi $n fi cents i hne lore idi ibseqiieut ins i lion, out no notice niseite I foi less tli tn eta A monnceinents it nnrias"pj mil leaths inw-rt ett tie**, but ilntti ry notice** except in special cases will be uglebI atiHrge UbrtUlng i itei il noticecii vll cl i 1 T^i ct foli "or ttu* ftisi 111*1 titm, mi 1 2ct iter folio for end unbs quent iti-eitio All lesril notices must b( upo i thorospoflsibilitj of the nlt,orte -wderi'ff them published, m't no iflM ivitof public itio'i will be ?iven until tlie pu...

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 March 1883

-i: i Wednesday, March 14, 1883. The treasurer of the Lake City Methodist Sunday school has ben arrested for embezzling the funds' from the treasury. On Monday morning the depot at Minnesota City was destroyed by fire with nearly all its contents. The origin of the fire is a mystery. After serving twenty-eight years under a lifr sentence for murder, Samuel TJlman has been pardoned out of the Michigan penitentiary, his innocence of the charge against him having been fully establish ed. The next Congress will be com posed of 191 Democrats, 120 Rewas publicans, 6 Readjustee, 2 Green brickers and 2 Independent Repub licans, with one district in Missis sippi in dispute and one in Indiana made vacant by the death of Her ron, Democrat The recent legislature appropri ated for public institutions, current expenses, bridges, and miscellane ous expenses the handsome sum of $2,682,937.25, which is to last until July 31,1885. With these are in cluded the stauding appropriations, provided for by ...

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 March 1883

J* rtTOffjaSJSsissa?**''*''''*?^^ f TiT ^rm^wwf^r-Tr~-tf**' NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. Witionk&^t^etei4^^ Going blast. Day Passenger 6:Wa Night *9:80 FrelghtNo. 14 *ll:30m Going West. Day Paosenger *7: Night t4:49am Freight No 13* 12:80 am freight No. 19 *3: Except Suml iv. lily. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry ptssengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Pct Office ActdreM New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constant. TKBASVHERF. Schubert. RKUISTJER or nscot-A. F. Walton. Jvnox or PROBATKE Brandt. Cr.KRKor THE DIST COURTAlbert Blsnchard gKKKirrEdward Casey. SXTRTKTORJ. Berndt. COURT COMMISSION**A. Hagberg COUNTY ATTORNKTB. F. Webber. CORORKRJona Laudenschlager. Cousrr SB-PHRiNrEMDKMTD.G.Clary Officers of the City of New Ulm. MAYORH. B.Constans. COUKCILORS-E. O Pahl, V. Boock, H. Keller, PfeSerle und J. Pfasnninger. CLBBKJacob Nix. TRBASURBR Fr. Forster. OITT JUSTICESR. FischtT and F. Baassn. CITT ATTORMBTJ...

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 March 1883

'itof^^^wmzsmi"1'1 4 '^^m^Ym'J WIT AND HUMOB. "Her foot is a poem," the lover said "A melodious thm is her tread." "Yes," said his friend (a sort of beat), "Spondaic the measure, two long: feet." A pair of slippersOrange and ba nana .skins. The song of the bricklayer"Still there's mortar follow." An anonymous articlea baby before it is christened. What ought to go together?A tur nip watch and an eighteen carat gold chain. A man never knows what genuine poveity is until he has to shave with soft soap. It is said that Michigan women get married just so as to keep a man about the house to scare away tramps. Bismarck is said to look like a dollar store when he gets all his decorations on. The King of Burmah has four Queens and Gen Schenck considers him "on the load to prosrjeritv. The bonds of a public official are al ways good until they are wanted in court, and then they are good for noth ing. What is the difference between a glass half full of water and a broken engage ment? One is n...

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 March 1883

i.mni,Mii .lui'iiir-wjpw ,-!*V rf :WIT AND HUMOB. ^o- i. "Her foot is a poem," the loversaid "A melodious rytbm isher tread." "Yes," said his friend (a sort of beat),' "Spondaic the measure, two long feet." A pair of slipporsOrange and ba nana .skins. The song of the bricklayer"Still there's mortar follow." XJ An anonymous articlea baby before "it is christened. &*%%$ What ought ttf'gV 'together^?A tur nip watch and an eighteen carat gold chain. A man never knows what genuine poverty is until he lias to shave with soft soap. It is said that Michfgan women get married just so as to keep a man about the house to scare away tramps. Bismarck is said to look like a dollar store when he gets all his decorations on.?,. ..i.t*ttfrVt*t The Kiiig of Burmah has four Queens and Gen. Schenck considers him on the road to prosperity. The bonds of a public official are al ways good until they are wanted in court, and then they are good for noth ing. What is the difference between a glass half f...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 21 March 1883

T^^p- ,LL\\I. VI. NO 21 &fiUvilli] *,uouu JUS. RoBLLTEK Office ovet City Drug Store. TEliMs One Dollar and a half ppr rear in edvance flitrof Art vrtiftinfr FIJUJJISHEDUPO'V APPLICATION A.4r*rti*emenU is double column, iouble the iln*l*column rte Business Car li of Are lines, one year $5.00 each addition tl line 75 cts All transient advertisements to be paid for In advance Advertisements Inserted in thelocnl notice col iniii, ten cts a Hue for the Br hoertion ind eats line for each subsequent insertion, bat no notice Inserted for less than cts A tnonncements of marrins ps an 1 tenths innert ed free but obituary notices, except in special cases, will be charged at Mortising rates. (*gtl notices will be charged 75 cts per folio for the first ine-tion, and 25 cts per folio for eicl sub*qnent Insertion All leual notice* must be span the responsibility of the attorney oiderlng them published, and no till Invit of publication will be given until the publication fees ate pxid. In conne...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 21 March 1883

IWft^PM i & hi PZ' '1 sV-i v*eKP--S .Wednesday, March 21, 1883.S-" PatrickEgm, the Irish agitatir, is in America. He says he will vis it St. Paul before his return to Ire land, Gorgia will elect successor to the late governor Stephens April "-24th, and the legislature will as semble May 9th to canvass the votes. The lower house of the Illinois legislature has passed a bill provid ing for the punishment of wife beaters by whipping. The .world does move. The Indians at Beach Springs, Arizona, are down with small pox and starving besides. Gen. Crook says they must be fed as well as doc tored, or they will inoculate the whole country. ^/^^.^y'^^^-:^.^: Carl Winterer, a German barber of St. Paul, shot his sweethart, Miss. Loaisa Levi, formerly of Sleepy Eye, at Mankato, last W.d- ne.sdi.y. He then shot himself. Both will recover. He would marry her, and she would murry him bui th rl'sfa her the shooting. said "nix,'' hence Ohio furnishes the first instance in this country, and probab...

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 March 1883

NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. Going Hast. Day Passenger *6s58n in Night 9:p Freight No. 14*11:30.1 in WlHOHJl & W next Mon.lay.ven.ng G'thl? lYe*t. Day Pa-ienjter *7: Night t4:49am Freight .Vo 13 *I'2:30 a Freight 19 Except S-nl iv. JD.Hv. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry p\8sehgr9 be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye t^:: 0. W. HEIDEVfAXX, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Poet Office Artdreaslfew Ulm. Ar/niTOnH. B. Conatans. THBASVUKRF- Schabert. RKitiiTEHor nKKDSA. F. Walton. Jvnox or PROBATEK. Brandt. Cc.KAKor THB OIST COURTAlbert Blanctiiird SKKRirrKrtwnrd Casey. 3XTRVBTORJ. Berndt. COPRTCOMMISSIOHKRA. Hagberg COUNTY ATTORMKTB. K. Webber. COROKKRJonan LaadeXBchlafeer. CO0NTV SffrjERIKTCffDRlTTD. Q.Olaiy Officers oi the City of N-w Ulm. MATORH. Com tans. COUHCILORSE. G- Pahl, F. Hoock, H. Keller, PfeSerle ind J: Pfanninger! OLSRXJacob Nix. TRKASURRRFr. Forster. CITT JOBTICBRR. Fischer anl F. Baasen CITT ATTORXBYJO*. A. Eckstein. OONSTABLSJOB. Oal...

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 March 1883

fS 3** WIT AM) nUMOB, A Boston school girl describes a statue as a bust with two legs under it. The cotton exchangeswapping bus- tles.Ex.Don't you mean newspaper exchange Norr. Herald. A Kewark, Ohio, editor ig known to wear No. 12J boots. Is this*a journal istic feat? All men a* not cranks who write oii^inal poetry. As much cannot be said of those who road it. What is the difference between an old tramp and a feather bed? There is a material diffeience. One is hard up and the other is soft down As a harmless initiation into the use of hie-arru-,, pretty girl-* might practice shooting rl'in-e through double barrel ed opera glasses TJie Judge. The mother of Josh Billings is 92 years old. She evidently resolved to live until her son loams how to spell.Norris town Herald. Some genius has im ented a machine to plaj pianos. Tins will give Ameri can gills a chance to help mother hang out the clothes Monday afternoon. A Russsian claiming to be a nobleman hjis been arretted in Boston for ge...

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. — 21 March 1883

-v Av/ ^-sy m* R?fc Pi WIT AND HDMOB? A Boston School drl describee a StAtue aa a bust with two legs under it. The cotton exchangeswapping bus- tles.jfoe.Don't you- mean newspaper exchange.Nprr. Herald. A Newark, Ohio, editor is known to wear No. 12$ boots. Is this% journal isticfeat? & "\Ajr- All men a*4 not cranks who write oriffinal poetry.. As much-cannot be said'of those who read it. 'What is the difference between an old tramp and a feather bedP There is a material difference. One is hard up and the other is soft down. As a harmless initiation into the use of fire-arms, pretty girls might practice shooting srlances' through double barrel ed opera glasses.,The Judge. The mother of Josh Billings is92 years old. She evidently resolvedtolive until her son learns how to spell.Norris toum Herald. Some genius has invented a, machine to play pianos. This will give Ameri can girls a chance to help mother hang out the clothes Monday afternoon. A Russsian claiming to be a nobleman ha...

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 March 1883

1 (t (A i 4 i i 1 V! I -t- VOLUME VI. NO 22. (UEcckhj Jiariexu, PUBLISHED BVKRY WEDNESDAY BI JOS, BOBLETEIL Office oTei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in edvance. Races off Advertising. rUUNISHKD UPON APPLICATION. Advertisement* 1B double column, doable th* iingle column rates. Business Cards of Are linei, one year 16,00, eacb idditionalline 75 cts. All transient advertisements to be paid for ia tdvance Advertisements inserted in the local notiee col. a tans, ten cts a line for the first insertion and 8 rents line tor each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than A0 cts A inouncements of marriages and deaths insert, del free but obituary notices, except in apeciai eases, will be charged at advertising rates. lAgnl notices will be charged 75 cts per folio for the first ine-tion, and 25 cts per folio for each subsequent insertion. All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oiderlng them published, and no affidavit of publ...

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 March 1883

$ttUttJ Wednesday, March 38, 1883. John Howard fayne, the poet, is dead. 1 1 i-"1* Duluth was visited by a disastrous conflagration last Saturday. Eight eeu buildings were destroyed in the heart of the city. The loss is esti mated at 50,000. Ex-Senator Windom has been elected president of the Texas, To polabauiko & Pacific Railway. None but U. S. ex-Senators could preside over the affairs of such a named corporation. A law is pending in the Wiscon sin legislature requiring that when insanity is set up as a defense for murder the jury shall first try that question.If the prisoner is found in line lie isto he discharged* Congressman Nelson, oi the fight ing Fifth, is getting in bis wirk His little hatched his already decap itated Hon. Soreu Listoe, receiver of the Fergus Falls land office, and an ardent Kindred man man. Lute London cablegrams say that a Itussio-Turkish war is imminent. Active war measures have been commenced by the Russians in the Caucasus. Already 10,000 Russian ...

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 March 1883

NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Traveler's Guide. Gomsr Hast. Day Passenger *0:58a Night *9-30pm Froii ht No t4ll:3(Uin Gniiig West. Day Pa8pnger *7: pm Niht t4:49am Freight No 13 *12:30 a Freight No. 19 *2: Except Suivliy. O illy. Freight trams Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to cirry ptssengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. VV. HEIDE.VHNN, Agent. Officers of Brown County. Post Office Address New Dim. AUDITORH. Constant. THSASVKSKF. Schubert. REUISTKR or DEEDSA. Walton JUDGE or PROBATEE Brandt Cf.SRKoiP THE DIIT COURTAlbert Blanchard SHERIFFEdward Casey. SURVETORJ. Berndt. COVRT COMMISSIONERA. Hagberg COUNTY ATTORNETB. F. Webber. COROMERJonas LaudeNschlager. COUUTY SUPERINTEWDEHTD.G. Clary Officers ot the City of New Ulra. MATORH. Constans. COUNCILORSB. Pahl, F. Boock, H. Keller, Pfefferle and J. Pfamninger. CLBBKJacob Nix. TRRASUBRRFr. Forster. CITT JeiTiOMR. Fischer and F. Baasen CITT ATTOBKSTJo. A. Eckstein. COKSTABLIJOS. GalleS. MABSHALF. Meile. IV 8 W Ul.m SI.1RKKT HEPBT. [Correc...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 28 March 1883

GLEANINGS. Tlu' uionumi'ut ni Yorktown, Va., to bo built ot Maino (jr.inite b\ a Maine company and to e-e W. Paintingistofsale ntje -.live! urchins iind tho i-oaili( in No York ai gal \oric* Since 18.12, fovh-two dirt'en-nt liqnor reulatinw act-. li.i\ passed tho Li- Ma- rino oi Maine. Cats and p.u lots .tic tin* f.norite pots o' the Portu'jucc Tho pooplc cannot be Jiapp) uitltout thorn Tho bill prohibiting the emplt mont ot cliddrcn in v, irksbops, haspawdthe Now Jcvsc\ L-'oMalwiv. Out of u.OOo jutont deuces lor eoup lins: cars 1IH1O Rus.] sa^s only half a doyen arc piM'-iicablcind the work goes br.w on. Canadcm papers ivpi( tho arrival of a new bird in considerable number?, which pro\s upon the Kn^ish spai* rows The Animas l\i!. /'rn cr, Colorado, holds the highest position of an} DOV,s papt in the woild 11, i-St) loot above tho loud of the sea. An infant in N dick, Mn. has met its death through tho "mistake" ot a drug clerk. The doctor's cortilicatesajs it died of ''com uKions an...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 28 March 1883

mm A- 1 i 1/1 1*?4s i i Ppi^II ^V GLEANIWGs!^^^ &- i Tlie monument at Yorktown, Va., is to be built of Maine giunite bv a Maine company and to eo-*t .*66,937 Pnintingsof ragged street urchins find the readiest sale in Nov York art gal- bince 1852, forfy-two difforont liquor i regulating act** ha\ passed the Legtela tuio of Maine. Cats and parrots are the favorite pets of the Portuguese The people cannot be happy wilhoul them. The bill prohibiting the employment of children workshops, lias passedthe Now Jersey Legislature. *v Out of3,000 patent devices for coup ling cars Judge Russell says only half a dozen arc* practicable and {he work goes bravely on. J' i Canadian papers repoit the arrival of a now bird in considerable numbers, which pre} upon the English spar rows. The Animas Foiks. Pitnccr, Colorado, holds the highest position of anj news paper in the woild 11,180 feet above the level of the soa. An infant in Natiek, Mass., has met its death through the "mistake" of a drug c...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 April 1883

i A *rf 1 i S VOLUME VI. NO 23. fiSlecklt) gicuiciu. TBLISKED BVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovci City Drug Store. TKHMS: One Dollar and a half per year in edvance. CON off \a V'*rtlalnr FIMNISHEDUPON APPLICATION. Advertisements in double colaran, doable the tingle column rates. Buxines* Cunts offive lines, one year |5.00, each (idi) lonal line 75 cts. Ml transient advertisements to be paid for in advance Vlvertise-nents Inserted in the local notice col. inns, ten eta a Hue for the lira' tbxertion nnd 5 entx a line Tor each subsequent insertion bat no notice inserted for le than 50 cts A taouncementa or marriage* and deaths Inaert. free but obituary notice", except in special eaaea, will be charged at advertising rates. Caga notice* will be charged 75 cts per folio for the SMI Inaction, and 21 cts per folio for each nbs'qnent in-ertlon. All legal notices must be upoi the responsibility of the attorney oiderlng them published, nnd no nflldavit of publication will be given u...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 April 1883

%tvc n""I*') it WMin.iiiiiiiiiiiiHiLW*iltt||j!jtf||n,llll(ll|i Wednesday, April 4tli, 1883. 'the remains of the late Postmaster General Howe were interred by the side of those of his wife in Wood lawn cemetary, Green Bay, Wis. The Missouri legislature has fol lowed in the wake of the Minneso ta legislature and refused to submit a prohibition amendment to the people. The prohibition leaders recently held a meeting in St. Louis and promised to secure tor their friends the control of the next legis lature. The murderous Apaches are at it again in Arizona and New Mexi co. Late telegrams from the latter territory report the massacre of fifty whites near Silver City in four days lat week. The country is reported lull of hostile Indians, and all avail able troops are in the field. The Iudians came across from old Mexi co. A bill has been introduced in the Ohio legislature prohibiting the stu dy of German in the public schools of Cincinnati. The measure has created considerable excitement, ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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