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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 April 1883

v* i LP ft to A 0* i JI i Traveler's Guide, Going blast. Go'aig West. IHy Passenger *C:5Si i Day Passenger Night *9:80pm Night t4:49am Freight No 11 *ll:30am FJeight No 1312:30 a in I Freight No. 19 *2: Kj*pt S nliy. Dilly. Freight tiains Nos. 13,14 and 19 OKLT are allowed to carry pissengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. VV. HEIDEMANN, Afent. Officers of Brown County. Po? OfHce AddresaNew Ulra. AUDITORH. D. Constant. VaciivasR-F. Scbubcrt. KKUIITEI OF OKJSOSA Waltan unoK or PROBATXE. Brandt Ct.KRKOK THE HT CouaTAlbert BUucUard gKERiFFEdward Casey. bPXTKTonJ. Bernrtt. CODKT CoMMissioxxitA. Hagbcrg COOKTT ATTORKETB Webber. CoaoKKRJonaa Laadetrachlager. Ootrxrv SvrExiNTKiroKVTD Clary Officers ot the City of New Ulm. MAYOBII B.Conatana. COUHCILORSE Pahl, Boock, Keller, Pfeff-rle and J. Pfteaainger OI.BRKJacob Nix. TRIASUBBKFr. Forster. CITT J08TICHR. Fischer and Baasen. CITT ATTORMITJo. A. EcksteiH CoxaTARUJoe. Qalle*. MARSHALF Heile. HBW Cl.M SliBKKT REPBT. [CorreoUd weekly by PFB...

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. — 4 April 1883

MMMMHIWii GLEANINGS. A Mississippi dog bit oft' si boy's nose and swallowed il. The monks nml nnn in Italy number nearly 32,000. The man ho is always behind will have no followers.Boston Transcript. South Carolina young men carry the left forepaw of a rabbit in the left breast pocket for good luck in love affairs. Mile. Leo cU Ascot, a Parisian actress, nas two big lions for pets in her bou doir. Miss Laura Bridgman, of Boston, the deaf and dumb mute, is still living at the age of sixty. Richard K. Fox, a sporting editor of New York, has given bond in $1,000 not to repeat within a year the offense of promoting a prize-fight. In Bengal alone there are 10,000,000 people who suffer hunger when the harvest fails, and 13,000,000 more who know not what it is to have a full stomach. I have no enemies but the people who abuse animals, and the men who abuse animals are never dangerous to any body else. They wouldn't even hurt the animals if they could defend them selves.Henry Bcrgh. The daug...

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. — 11 April 1883

VOLUME VI. NO 24. ^ljejcfeltj fjteuie w. PUBLISHED BVERY WEDNE8DA? JOS. BOBLETER* Office ovei City Drug Stove. TERMS One Dollar and a half per year in edvance. nates off Advertising. FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Artvei ttsemnts in double column, toable the liugls column rates. Business Cards of Are limes, one eat $5,00, each additional line 76 cts. Ml transient advertisements to be paid for in advance Advertisements inserted in the local notice col iiinns, ten ct a line for the first Insertion and 5 eents a line tor each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than 50 cts A \aoancementa of marriages ancrdeaths insert, ed free bat obitatry notice*, except in special cases, will be charged at advtrtining rates. Cecal notices will be charged 75 cts per folio for the first insertion, and 25 cts per folio for eaeb subsequent insertion All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oiderlip them published, and no affidavit of publication will be ziven 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. — 11 April 1883

STEW" "cn-lX SvIiT3!T. Wednesday. April 11th, 1883. The Mississippi river is open to the foot of Lake Pepin. The first boat of the season arrived at Wino a last Friday. i The record shows that during the session of Congress which just ad journed, 10,650 bills were offered, of which but 650 became laws. Carter Harrison was last week re-elected mayor of Chicago by 1G- 000 majority, though opposed by al most the united press of Chicago. President Arthur and a few of his personal friends are rusticating in Florida. The Presideutal party left Washington last Friday to be absent two weeks. Tennessee, like Minnesota, has compromised her debt at 5 0 c^n ts on the dollar, Gov. Bates having signed the adjustment bill recently passed by the Legislature. Oue our exchanges is authority for the statement that Germany has liberat ed a lot of convicts on con dition of their emigrating to the United States. Our state depart ment is investigating the matter. Spragueism and Butlerism was relegated to ...

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. — 11 April 1883

NEW ULM AND VICINITY Traveler's Guide. Winona&gtPetetff}^ Going Uast. 1) iy russenjor *.58 ra Night *9-30pm Freight Ko *ll:J0am Going Wc*t. Day Passenger *7: Night 14:49 am Freight No 18*12:80 am Freigkt No. 19 *i: E^ept S mliy. Diily. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY :vie allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent. Officers oi Brown County. Fost Ofllce Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constant. TRKASUEKIIF.Schubert. KKOISTKR or DEKDI-A. F. Walton. Ivnoit or PROBATSE- Brandt. Ci KRKOF THE DIST. COURTAlbert gio RIFFhdward Casey. SURVFYORJ.Berndt. COURT COMMIMXOKBRA. Hagbcrg COUKTV ATTORNEYB. F. Wehber. CoROXKR-Jonas Laudenschlager. CoUJCrT SOMTRINTKMDSilCTD.G ClSiy Blanchard Officers ot the City of New Ulm. MATORH. B.Constans. COL"CII.OBS-K O Pahl, F. Hoock, H. Keller, Pfefferle and J. Pfisnninger. Ci BRKJacob Hix. TiiAiuBis-Fr. Forster. CITT JUSTICESR. Fischer and F. Baasen CITY ATTOBNSTJOS. A. Eckstein. CONSTABLRJos. Gallsa. MARSHALF. 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. — 11 April 1883

WIT AND HUMOR. A red as llio ros WUK UIV low ln night Yea, as iee WHS nho Hut to-eiaj kne'H nf |nl ami white As the blooms ol the tipplt tice. Poor thlnjr! she In pitting me, I think Hut the wickiMl nt IprhtmrK sa llei meithei stole In. while 015 was asleep, And stole hei pink saucer tiway The new Fiench rifle will carr} over two lyiiles. and the bullet v,\\\ travel Tifitrlj as last n a scandal. "1'a,"" said a little fellow to his 1111 slia\en father, "join chin looks like tlie whorl in the musical box."' "With this bonnet the month is worn sli/rhtty open," is the wording ot a sifn in tlie window of a Tarts modiste Mrs. Lillie J)e\ere:tu\ Blukestsks, "Is it a crime to be a woman 0 It eertain- l\ is when thete is a great necessity for tire-sing in a hum. When \ouri" Tod"kins was embraced by Mis Aitinjttori, he said that he hadn't thought he should e\erbe loekeil a padded shell. A Chicago newspaper man has been caught forging railroad passes. This is an Unusual case though (iencrally....

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. — 11 April 1883

4' I L- 4 WIT AND HUMOR &** As red as the rose was my lore last night Yea, red a* arose was she Itut to-cfay my kne'aae pnle and white AH the blooms or the apple tree Poor thin*! she l paling ror me, 1 think Hut the wicked neighbor* say Her mother stole In. a olio my love was asleep, And stole her pink saucer away. The new French rifle will carrj over two miles, and the bullet will travel nearly as fat ao a scandal. "Pa," said a little fellow to his un shaven father, ")om chin looks like the wheel Sn the musical box." "With this bonnet the mouth is worn slightly open," is the wording of a si#n in the wiudon of a Paris modiste Mrs. Lfllie I)evereau\ Blake asks, "Is_ it a crime to be a woman*'" It certain- 1\ is when theie is a great necessity for lressin in a hurrj When onng Podgkms was embraced by Miss' Arlington, he said that he hadn't thought he should e^erbo locked a padded "hell A Chicago new paper man has been eanght forging railroad pa-*es This is an unusual ease though. G...

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. — 18 April 1883

i I I 1 VOLUME VI. NO 25. clfileclilg Qwmcw. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TE11M8 One Dollar and a half per year in edvance. Ra(o of Advertising FUUNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Advertisements in doable column, double the tingle column rate* Business Cards ot five lines, one year #5,00, each additional line 75 cts. All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. Advertisements Inserted in the local notice col umns, ten cts a hue Tor the first insertion and 5 eents a line for e-ch subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than 50 cts Announcements of marriages and deaths insert. ed free but obituary notices, except in special cases, will "be charged at advertising rates. fga notices will be charged 75 cts per folio for the first insertion, and 25 cts per folio foi ea* subsequent inseition. All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oidering them published, and no aflldavitof 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. — 18 April 1883

{few llltn ^f^kivt NEW TTI-JM: a^ixraT. Wednesday, April 18th, 1883. Two thousand persons have been arrested at Moscow on suspicion of being engaged in plotting against the life of the-Czar. ^"Millions of packages of Diamond Dyes have been sold without a single complaint. Everywhere they are the favorite dyes. A brother of the inventor of the Wagner palace and sleeping car has been found, by emigrants, murder ed on the far western plains* for lus money. Hon. G. Day, of Lanesboro, a/ lawyer of considerable repute and an experienced legislators mention ed in connection with the office of Lieutenant Governor. The next state election will be that of New Hampshire, in June, when a Legislature will be chosen which will elect a successor of Unit ed States Senator Robbins. Joe. Brady, one of the assassins of Lord Cavendish and Under Secre tary Burke, has been found guilty of the terrible crime and sentenced to be hanged May 14th. The jury were out only 40 minutes. Gen. Gresham, the new Post...

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. — 18 April 1883

NEW ULM AND VICINITY Traveler's Guide. Goinsr Hast. \y Passenger 6-8a N'ight *0.3Tpm FrtightNo 11:30.1 ra GRAIN'. Wheat, Oats. Corn, Barley, PROVISIONS. eteicf{ft Wiqonx&gtf Going West Day/Pawssnger *7: Night t4:49 am Freight No 13* 12:80 am Prelgkt No. 19 2: Eij-l S'inli' Duly*' Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANST, Ajent. Officers ot Brown County. Po Office Address New Mm. AuniToaH. B. Constans. TRKAIWRKR-F Scbubeit. RKCISTKROF UIBBI-A. F. Walton. unoa or P*o*^- rT*_ uoi Blanchurd Cf.KRICOF THK DtSr COURT -T.n/i SHERIFFKdwni Casey. SiTRVKiroR-J.BeriuU. _,.__ COURT COMMIMIONER-A. Hufcerc CoirvrY AITORSFT- B. Webber. COROKZR-Jonas LaudexscMajter. CoMrvSifi'KaixrsxDKK'r- D.U.oiaiy Officers ot the City of New Uhn. Pfefferls aud J. Pfienuinger. CLBBiJacob Nix. TRKAtURER-Fr. Forster. CITY *0Tis-R. Fischerand F. Baasen CITT ArroRHiTJos. A. Eckstein. CONSTABLEJOS. Galles. MARSHALF. Meile. ~x* viln WTABK K...

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. — 18 April 1883

!"'*^-*&*Hp^(^ieS*TOCpTiErJ """"--rT-ii-iiiM -U-PW5CTWOE' WIT AND aUMOlt. The drinker of wormwood soon be comes absinthe-minded. "Your language i wholly uncalled for," as the publisher told the author whose woiks failed to sell. Don loavo off your gums New Ha ven Register. No, indeed you may eed them to fit new teeth to. This is an ago of universal deceit, even the honest old farmer is often guilty of watering his stock.Chicago Eye. I am going to run for State Treasur- er," said a politician to an acquaint ance. "That is unnecessary," the ac quaintance replied "wait until you're elected, and then do jour running." The reason why woman cannot suc ceed as well as man in the walks of lifo is because, when she is on the walks, one hand is usually emploj od in holding up her dress. Heard in a bric-a-brac store: Custo mer"Have on anj more Louis XIV. furniture Ne clerk' 'No, madame not just now. The men in our facto ry are on a stiike." A blind man, for litty jears occupant of a Connec...

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. — 18 April 1883

W$FS $- t"*r gv lt H?I N .St .v '."'flff-1 Ik** 1 is? 'IMS' WIT AHTJ flgMOB. The drinker of wormwood soon be comes absinthe-minded "Your language is wholly uncalled for," as the publisher told the author whose works failed to sell. Don't leave off your gums.NewHa- ^#$$8 ven Register. No, indeed you may 'XJ\{, ee them tofitnew teeth to. 1e"n1 V:pO 1 honest old farmer is often ".-&\B Thist an ag of universal deceit, ^^'1X^ tiy iswaterine his stock. Chicag 4^, r." 'Is,. i am going to rim for State Treasur- -:T a er "Is politician to an acquaint a \t'\ ance. "That is unnecessary," the ac- /v quaintance replied "wait*until you're elected, and then do your running." /fThe reason why woman cannot uc ceed as well as man in the walks of life is because, when she is on the walks, "I one hand is usually employedin holding 'Sfa up her dress. W ^W$$$ si?- Heard in a bric-a-brac store: Custo mer"Have you any more Louis XTV. *L furniture?" New clerk"No, madame not just now. The men in our fact...

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. — 18 April 1883

DEATH IN THE COTrONWOOD. Herman Milke and Ernst Kosel, Two of New Ulm's Citizens, are Drowned while Pishing. About nine o'clock last evening r.he sad intelligence was brought to the city that two men had shortly after dusk been drowned in the Cot tonwood river near Frank & Ben zine's mill. In company with John Neuman, ye editor at once hastened to the scene of the accident, where several men were found congregated discus sing the sad event of the evening. We were spetdil) informed that the unfortunate men were named Herman Milke and Ernst Kosel, respectively, and that they had been drowned while out on the river in a boat. We are indebted to Mr. Wm. Frank, who is the only man that witnessed the accident, for the fol lowing particulars: Mr. Frank says the men were engaged in sink ing a net close to the dam, and that, unbeknown to them, the boat was drawn into an eddy and the rear end swung under the water rushing over the dam. Instantly realizing their danger, the man next to the...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 18 April 1883

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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. — 25 April 1883

H ~i ^j 1 1 1..J. VOLUME VI. NO 26. c&Ueluij ^ijcuiexu. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in eclvance. Rates of Advertising FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Artveitisements ID double column, double the jingle column rates Business Cards or five lines, one year $5,00, each additional line 75 cts. All transient advertisements to be paid foi in advance. Adveitisements inserted in the local notice col umns, ten cts a line for the first insertion and 5 cents a line for each subsequent insertion but no" notice inserted for less than 50 cts A mouncementa of marriages ind deaths insert ed free but obituary notices, except in special cases, will be chuged at adv^itising rates. Legal notices will be charged 75 cts per folio for the first inertion, and 25 cts per folio for earn subsequent insertion All legal notices must be upoi the responsibility of the attorney older! ng them published, and no affidavit of publicatio...

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. — 25 April 1883

Wednesday, April 2oth, 1883. The European steamers arriving at New York on Sunday, the 15thsons inst., brought 4,469 immigrants, mostly Germans. Tt is a fact not generally known, perhaps, that Peter Cooper, who re cently died at the advanced age offeared 93 years, was the inventor and man ufacturer of the first locomotive ever built in America. Waseca Herald. The Connecticut legislature has refused to allow the savings banks of that State to invest in Minneso ta municipal securities because this State for along time refused to pay the old State railroad bonds. Min nesotians can stand it if the people in the wooden nutmeg State can. Social circles in St. Paul and Minneapolis are all torn up over a scandal in high life. I is the same old story of infidelity and sepera- tioD. The injured wife has return ed to her parental home in ChicagD and the soiled dove has flown to Texas or some other warm clime. A million dollarsit is said, will not cover the loss sus tained by the overflow betwe...

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. — 25 April 1883

,*r NEW ULM AND VICINITY Traveler's Guide. Winoni & gt. Pete* f{ Going East Day Passenger *6:'58a Night *9-30pm FieiirhtNo 14 *9:"5a Going West. Day Passenger 6.50 Night :4:49 am Freight No 18 *11:55 Freight No. 19*2:10pm Except SniI ty I Daily. Freight trains Nos. 13,14 and 19 ONLY are allowed to carry passengers be tween Kasota and Sleepy Eye C. W. HEIDEMANX, Agent. Officers ot Brown County. Host Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constans. TRBASUKKXF. Schubert. REOISTB* OP DEEDSA. Walton. JUDGE or PROBATEE. Brandt. Cf.ERKor THE DIST. COURTAlbert Blanchard SHFRIITEdward Casey. SURVKYORJ. Berndt. COURT COMMISSIONERA. nagberg COUNTY ATTORNEYB. F. Webber. CORONTRJonas LandeNschlager. COUNTY SHPKRINTENDENTD G.Claiy Officers ot the City of New Ulm. MAYOUH B. Constans. COUNCILORSK. Pahl.F Boock, Keller, Pfeflerle sad Pfwaainger CLERKJacob Nix. TREASURERFI Former. CITY JUSTICESR. Fischer and Baaaen CITY ATTORNEYJos A. Eckstein. CONSTABLEJos Galles MARSHALF. Meile Xr. \V Cl.M CTARK1...

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. — 25 April 1883

Old Advice Eeviewed. Nearly every paper in the United States has at times advised boys to re main on the farm, and not to trust the wayward wajs of fortune arising from the diversified life of a city. I part, this advice is very good. If a young man expects to come to town and have an easy time, he simply takes the wrong, view of the situation. Sometimes, while driving around town on a load of wood, it may seem to the country boy that the people in town are having an excessive ly funny time, and that their life is a magnificent fountain upon which chang ing lights are placing. He may think that every pedestrian he sees is walking for pleasure, and that when he gets tired of walking, he1!! F. Curtis writes as folloyvs to the Cultivator and Country Gentleman con cerning eed corn: A fuend a feyv years ago undertook to improve his corn crop by planting all kinds mixed together. Ho confessed his plan was a failure, as he'got no improved variety, but a mixed up lot, just what the offsprin...

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. — 25 April 1883

r-iS3t* At -i I" &f .::& $ it s?v &% W Old AdvioeEeviewi Nearly every paper in the United States has at times advised boys to re main on the farm, and not to trust the wayward ways of fortune arising from the'diversified life of a city. In part, this advice is very good. If a young man expects to come to town and have an easy time, he simply takesthe.wrong, view of the situation. Sometimes, while driving around town on a load of wood, it may seem to the country boy that the people in town!are having an excessive ly funny time, and that their life is a magnificent fountain upon which chang ing lights are playing. He may think that every pedestrian he sees is walking for pleasure, and that when he gets tired of walking, he'll enter into some other kind of pleasure, equally as sen sational. The country boy looks in up on the newspaper man, and thinks, with a sigh: "That fellow ain't got nothing to do but to set there and write, while I have to work." Sitting there and writ ...

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. — 2 May 1883

^r- j~--1*j5&ii,j 1 i' i i 1/ t SE VOLUMK VI. NO 27, Office if corner Minn 1EW ULM. 1***f^ *T'* ^ecfelxj fftaimu. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNEBDAT BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS One Dollar and a half per year in eJLvtncp Bat -f Advortisiiiff. FIRNISHXD JPON APPLICATION. AdTertii i. i ilouble column, double the single colutnu rites Business Cards of five lines, one year *5,00, each additional line 75 cts. \U transient idveitisements to be paid for in advance. Advertisements Inserted in the local notice col nmns, ten cts a line for the first insertion and cents a line for eaeh subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less th.m 50 cts A mouncements of mirriasfps ind deaths insert ed free but ubitunry notices, except in special cases, will be ch irged at advertising rates. [jegul notices will bech irged 75 cts per folio foi the first insertion, and 25 cts per folio for each subsequent insertion. All lescal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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