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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 23 January 1884

far sv 4 WM1 Th above correct map of the L. We continue ta aotassolicitorsfor patents, caveats, trade-marks, copyrightB. etc., for the United Statea, and to obtain pat. ento in Canada, England, France, Germany, and all other countries. Thirty-six year*'practice. No charge for examination of models or draw ings. Advice by mail free. Patents obtained through us are noticed in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, -which ha the largest circulation, and is the most influ ential newspaper of its kind published in the world. The advantages of such a notice every patentee understands. This large and splendidly illustrated news paper is published wEKKI/t at $3.20 a year, and is admitted to be the best paper devoted to science, mechanics,inventions, engineering works, and other departments of industrial progress, published in any country. Single copies by mail, 10 ce/its. Sold by all new*, dealers. .Address, Munn & Co.,publishers of Scieo* Hftc American, 261 Broadway, New York. &JMU>OO1 about ...

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. — 23 January 1884

patentee understands. I m?& 5i*J ?:$i We continue to s^assolidtorsfox patent*, estreats, trademarks, copyrights. to.4* the United States, andtoottsinpat. ents in Canada England, France, Germany, and all other countries. Thlriy-eix years* practice. No charge for examination of models or draw ings. Advice by mail free. Patents obtained through ns are noticed in the CIBMTIFIO ABUBRICAif, which has the largest circulation, and is the moat influ ential newspaper of its kind published in the world. The advantagesof such a notice every ds (lendidly illustrated new*. BEKLl at$3.20ayear. the best paper devoted' to soienoe,meohanics.inventions, engineering works, and other departments of industrial progress, published in any country. Single copies by mail, 10 ce/its. Sold by all new*, dealers. Address. Munn & Co., publishers of Seisn* Hflp American. 261Broadway, New York. fUpifcook about patents mailed free. ftiiinEMPOUS&ST.LOUIS R'Y A HP "FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE." TuaboTeuseorree...

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. — 30 January 1884

(Si*wW"*'*P"*IS*^FW I PLBUfeKED bVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETJBR. GfiUe OVCJ Oifcy Drug Stora. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in advance Kiifsof Advertising FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION 1\ pitisemeuts in double column, double th jintfle cuaiiiin i.Uef Bn-ine.-0rlsofriv ines, one year #5,00, eircn uMHion 41 line 7 Ml ti i nMsnt Klveitinementstobe paid for In i(l\ ance l\ei moments Inserted In theloeal notic* col nuns ten cts a li ie for the fir** ir werlion nd 5 cents i line loi i subsequent insertion but no nofko intiei led lor lo th in 5 cts uio-iiitements o( mini iges and deaths iimert -il dee, bit lntmiy notire", except in special 2 ues will be charged at adnrti*ifc rntes. 5 P il notices will been irjjed 75 ct per folio Tor the flr-tinxe-tion, and 25 ct per folio foi earn ubsf(|iien in eitlon All lejcal notices mriht be ii)oi there-r'onibilit of the attornev ordrI"ff 'hem published, in 1 no affl 1 ivitof tmbilcatlon will bo given until the publication fee* aie pnid. In conn...

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. — 30 January 1884

IT I vMWtt*f**fi&.**-"~c 1 '.""Hf'tsim ~7 Wednesday, January 30, 1884.another The Senate has confirmed the nomination of Martin S. Chandler as surveyor-general of Minnesota. Ex-Uov Horace Austin has been re-norainated.by President Arthur as register of the land office at Par go. Served him right. The Bourbon Legislature of Vir ginia wants Senator Mahone to re sign his seat in the S- Senate. Of course he'll accommodate them at theeud of his term. The survivors of the old Second Minnesota had a grand reunion in St. Paul last week. Upwards ol one hundred vets were present, and they were royally entertained by the resident members. Fred Douglas, the colored leader, has just married a white woman, his former secretary. Mr. Douglas is aged 73 years and his locks are as white as snow. The lady he hasall just made his wife is aged but 35. The statistics of crime in the country for the past year show that 108 persons in all were legally exe cuted by hanging, in the various stales and ter...

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. — 30 January 1884

NEW ULM AND VICINITY Travelers' Guide. Wir\oi\k&gt.f eteic^^ Going blast. Going West. Day Pissengei 0:30am Day Passenger *9:20p Night *9-Sopm Night :4:58am *Except Sunday. Daily. W. HEIDEMANN, Agent New Ulm Market Report. [Corrected weekly by R. PFEFFERLE, dealer in Oram. Provision, Grocenes and Country Pro- duce.] GtAIN. Wheat O its Corn Barley PROVISIONS. 71 25 4C Beef on foot, per cwt. Mutton per head Pork per cwt Flour per cwt Corn Meal, per cwt Beans Peas Onions Potatoes, per bushel Sugar Cured HHIPS pertb Dieakfast Bacon per ft Dried Beef, per lb Salt Pork, per lb u*d, per lb (3 76.. 28.. & 60.. O 45.. 2 00 3 000 5 00 2 50 0 3 00 3 25 O 6 00 O 3 00 2 00 O 2 00 2 25 80 O 25 & 1 2^ & 10.. a 15 13 io 5 O 0- 4J 10. a 20 \Vi a Buttei, per lb Cheese, per lb Poultry, per lb 8 Eggs, per dozen GROCERIES SugarWhite, per lb Yellow, per lb Brown, per lb Dried FruitsApples. Peaches, per lb Prunes, per lb 10 CoffeeRio, Green. Kio, Roasted,per lb.. Java, Green, per lb.. Java,...

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. — 30 January 1884

*&m We continue to actassolicitorsfor patents, caveats, arto-marlis, copyrights, etc,.for ie United States, andtoobtain pat ents in Canada, England, France, Germany, and all other countries. ______ Thirty-six yours'practice. No chargo for examination of models or draw ings. Advice by mail free. Patents obtained through us are noticed in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, -which has the largest circulation, and is t'ae most influ ential newspaper of its kind published in the world. The advantages of such a notice every patentee understands. This large and splendidly illustrated news paperis published wEEKLH at $3.20 a year, and is admitted to be the best paper devoted to scienoe, mechanics, inventions, engineering works, and other departments of industrial progress, published in any country. Single copies by mail, 10 cqpts. Sold by all new* dealers. A dross, Munn & Co., publishers of Scien tific American. 261 Broadway, New York. fi&tk*Look about patsnts mailed free. ^aEAPOLIS&S...

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. — 30 January 1884

m. -m 1 Si TU shore la a comet map of tat 1 Sard S.yAl.lLAYNG.Ticket this* Line. 11 :it: !n ttt '-f rOTV?.\lUT\^ p.JLaBargo,. i continue to actasBolioitorBfor patents, caveats, trade-marks, copyrights, etc.. for the United States, and to obtain pat ents in Canada.-England, France, Germany, and all other countries Thirty-six years'practice. de -ueja i au a.iij uvucif, laji Work ofIVASIIIUI Uorla.Oiake*Six*\"'Heroea..and^Sc No charge for examination of model or draw ings. Advice by mail free. Patents obtained through ns arenoticed in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, which has the largest circulation, and is t'ae most influ ential newspaper of its kind published in the world. The advantages of Buch a notice every patentee understands. Thislarge and splendidly illustrated news p&perispubliahed wEEKIil atf3.20ayear. and is admitted to be the best paper devoted to science,mechanics,inventions, engineering works, and other departments of industrial progress, published in any country. Single co...

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. — 6 February 1884

I -rttnaa S*i1 VOLUME VII N O 6. Weekl ^cumi*- 'IBLI&kED EVERY WMHfEttDAT B1 JOS. BOBLETEK Office o\ei OSty Drug Store- TKRM8 One Dollar and a half per year in a 1/ nice fticxoir Advertising VI i\rSHh UPON APPLICATION A Ucitisement.il)'loi ble column, double the jinjtle column i ilt"- Bii'unes-OuriUoffive ^nea, oneyeat ,00 enci uhlilion-lltii ?5cts \II tr iiMtnt irfveitisementsto be paid for in uHince \ii\ei lisements inieited in theloenl notice col nnns, ten cts i line for the ftist Ir.nei tion and 5 ents a line tor earh subsequent insei lion, but no notice inieited foi less than 50 cts A inouncements of mariiagea and denthB insert =iifiee but obituary notue^, except in special ie% will be sharged at advrtiig rates. !,e Hl noticen will becharged 76 cts per folio for the first insertion, and 25 cts per folio for each .ubseuuent insertion All legal notices must be ii])ou the responsibility of the attorney oiderlng hem published, ind no nffl lavit of publication will bo gnen 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. — 6 February 1884

t&*imtf*im*M**i iUviqtiU Wednesday, February 6, 1884. Wendell Phillips, the great orator and abolitionist, died last Saturday at his home in Boston, after only a week's illness. St Louis and other southern river towns havehad a warm spell, and much damage has been done to steamboats by the outgoing ice. The discovery of tin at King's Mountain, Cleveland county, N C., is announced the first discovery of this metal in the Un ie\ States. The board of managers of the State Agricultural society have decided to hold the next state fair during thy second week in Septem ber. Five men wre blown into eter nity by a dynomite explosion in Manitoba, last week. The explo sive had been placed too near a hot stove. Of the 50,000 Scandinavians who landed on our shores in 1883, a leading immigration agent e?ti* mata that fully 10,000 settled in Minnesota. Gov. Hubbard is born to emer gencies. He decides that not even the burning of the penitentiary necessitates the convening of the Legislature in...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 6 February 1884

fr-W&rJ,\~*^*i&7r:!?k* mmm0mnwm^mM%0^0v,v^ NEW ULMAND VICINITY Travelers' Guide. Wuionk 4St.Peter4f(f{ Going Hast. iy P.issongci *6,30a Night *9.2tp (xHAIN. Wheat, Oats Coi Barley. PROVISIONS. Going West. Day Passenger *9:20 Night :4:58 am ^Except Sunday. Daily. C. W. HEIDEMANX, Agent New Ulm Market Report. [Corrected weekly by U. PFEFFERLE, dealer in Gram. Provisions, Groceues and Country Pro- duce.] 76.. 28.. 60.. 45.. 2 00 3 00 5 00 Beef on foot, per cwt. Mutton per head Pork per cwt Flour per cwt 2 50 Corn Meal, per cwt Beans 1 50 Peas 1 50 Onions 60 Potatoes, per bushel hugar Cured HHIPS per lb Breakfast Bacon per lb. Dried Beef, per lb Bait Pork, per lb Ltrd, per lb Butter, per lb Cheese, per lb Poultry, per lb Eggs, per dozen GROCERIES SugarWhite, per lb Yellow, per lb Brown, per lb Dried FruitsApples.. Peaches, per lb Primes, per lb CoffeeRio, Green RIO, Roasted,per lb.. Java, Green, per lb.. Java, Roasted, per lb. Mocha Green, per lb.. TbasJapan, per lb. Green, pei ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 6 February 1884

tf ||Y ALL ODDS HlEST EQUIPPED IAILR0AD IN THE WORLD. Let it be forever remembered that the RAILWAY is the best and shortest route to and from Chicago and Council Bluffs (Omaha), and that it is prefer red by all well posted travelers when passing to and from CALIFORNIA AND COLORADO. It also operates the best route and the short line between Chicago and St. FanlgMiuneapolis Milwaukee, La Crosse, Sparta, Madison, For) Howard (Green Bay), Wis., Winona, Owatonna, Mankato, Minn., Cedar Rapids, Des Moines. Web* ster City, Algona, Clinton, Kreeport Marshalltown, Iowa, Freeport, Elgin, Roekford, 111., are amongst its 800 local stations on its lines. Among a few of the numeruus points of snperi ori'y enjoy by the patrons of this road, are its DAY COACHES which are the finest that human art and ingenuity can create, its PALATIAL SLEEPING CARS, which are models of comfort and elegance, its PALACE DRAWING-ROOM CARS, which are unsurpassed by any audits widely celebrated NORTHWESTERN DINING CARS,...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 13 February 1884

VOLUME VII. NO 7. eeiccltlvj ffteuiexu. 1 BL1&UID KVKRY WUDMKSDAT BY JUS. BOBLETER. Oflce evei City Drug SUM*. TKUMS: One Dollar and a half per year in a lv incp FI'ltMSHIfl) UPON APPLICATION A IvertUemenUlu lot.bl column, d*nbl. lh. miele coiuinu lams- Buino OM-'laortlve i ties, one yar 6,00. ee vMi'ion I line 76 cU \ll tia'i"eni *dveilm n.ntsto b pifl for In advance 4itettlment Inserted In theloewl notlc* ool nmm ten eti a II ie for the and 5 cant* line Tor em ubieqneiit in.ertion but no netfc. inerte for len than 30 ct A njneemeii! or marriage, mnd taatha in.ert. id free, bit obltnary noiirr-, except Jn epecial saien, will bt ehsirged at lTrtll ratea. I,e*il notices will bee harped 76 eta per folio for the Aral ine-tion, and 25 eta per fello for eacl *ub"unent insertion All lerl notlcea mnat be upon thereapon-ibllityofthe attoi iiey oiderlnr hem pnellahed.and no afflUvit of publication will be riTen until the publication feea ate pnid. In connection with the paper, we have 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. — 13 February 1884

i fi ss^is ar-^*w^spy^--' ILXrJli Wednesday, February 13, 1884. Advices from South Africa report the death of Cetowayo, the famous Zulu chieftain, from hart disease. W? Jos. Marco, whoes pardon by Gov. Hubbard last fall was so widely dis cussed, has been rearrested on a re quisition from the Governor* The remains of Lieut. De Long and comrades of the Jeannette were shipped from Hamburg to America last Wednesday on the steamer Frisco. Capt. William A. Kirkland, com mander of the receiving ship Colo rado, New York, has volunteered to command the proposed Greely relief expedition, and will be assigned to that duty. Secretary of State F. Von Baum bach has selected A F. Nordin, of Wilmar Kandiyohi county, of late connected with the internal revenue office in St. Paul, as his assistant, vice Oscar Malmros, resigned- After a protracted struggle, Con gressman Joseph C, S. Blackburn has rarried off the Senatorial prize in Kentucky. Speaker Carlisle was the favorite, but he refused to al low ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 13 February 1884

NEW ULMAND VICINITY Travelers' Guide. Winor^ & 0t. Pete* f( f{ Going blast. Going West. Diy Passenger *6-301 Night 0.2opm *E\-cept Sunday. Day Passenger *9:20 Night 11:58 a in 'l Daily. W. IIEIDEMANN. Agent New Ulm Market Report. [Corrected weekly by R. PF1JFFERLU, dealer in Giiin. Provision*, Grotenes and Countiy Pro- duce.] G'iWN. Wheat, .71 O.its. 2" Corn 41 Bailey PROVISIONS. Ueef on foot, per cwt. 2 00 Mutton per head 3 00 Poik per cwt 5 00 Flour per cwt. 2 50 Corn Meal, per cwt lie.ms 1 50 Pe.is 1 50 Onions O Potatoes, per bushel. Nigar Cured ims pei th Bieakfast Bacon per lb Diied Beef, per ft SaltPoik. per ft 12 Lird, per ft 8 Butter, per ft V2}$ Cheese, per lb Poultry, per ft 8 O Eggs, per dozen GROCERIES SugarWhite, per lb 3 Yellow, per lb Brown, per lb Dried FruitsApples Peaches, per lb Prunes, per lb 10 CoffeeRio, Green 20 Rto, Roasted,per lb.. 20 Java, Green, per lb.. 30 Java, Roasted, per lb Mocha Green, per lb TeasJapan, per lb 40 Green, pei lb 60 Black, per lb 50...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 13 February 1884

"I AY ALL ODDS fcPEST EQUIPPED RAILROAD IN THE WORLD. Let it be foievei 11 im inbennl that the {Ipusgii forUt jfattorn RAILWAY is the bct and 8ljorttt ronle lo and from Ohica.o and Council Bluffs tOmalm) and (hat it is prefer red hv all well posted traveicis when tt-sing to and from CALIFORNIA ANu COLORADO. It also operates the bet loute and the short line between Chicago and St. FauliMiuneapolis Milwaukee, La Crose Sparta, Madison, For} Howard (Green Ba\), Wis, Winona, Owatonnt Mankato Minn Ce lar ipnis, Pen Motiu Web ster City, Algon.i, Clinton, Freeport Maishalltown, Iowa Freepoit, Huiti, Hoikford,IlI ,arc amongst its 800 local Htations on its lines Ann ng a few of the niimer us points of pen ori enjoy by the patrons of this road, arc its DAY COACHES which are the finest thu'hum in art and ingenuity can ereate, its PALATIAL SLEEPIINGCARS, which are m-xleleof comtort and elegaice, its PXLAGE DRWUNG-ROOM CARS, which are unsurpassed by any, audits wtdelt celebrated NORTH-WESTERN DIN...

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. — 13 February 1884

r-Uar HY ALL ODDS PDEST EQUIPPE RAILROAD IN THE WORLD. t/Let it Jtgg, forever rcmeinleiv ttyit tj psago juty |if tin RAILWAY 1B the best and shortest route to and from Ohlcaco and Council Bluffs (Omaha) and that it is prefer red by all well posted travelers when passing to and. from CALIFORNIA Ml) COLORADO. It also operates the best route and the short line between Chicago and St. FanlfMiuneapolis Milwaukee, La Crosse, Sparta, Madison, Fori Howard (Green Bay), Wis., Winona, Owatonn.t. Mankato, Minn., Cela Rapiis Ues Moines. Web ster City, Algona, Clinton, Kreeport Marshalltown, Iowa. Freeport, FJgin, Roekford, Jll.,are amougst iU 800 local stations on its lines. Among a few of the nnmer points of superi orly enjoy by the patrons of this road, are its DAY COACHES which are the finest thn hnmiin art nnd ingenuity can create, its PALATIAL SLEEPING CARS, which are models of comfort and elegance, its PALACE DRAUINQ.ROOVI CARS, which are unsurpassed by any and its widel) celebrated NORTH-...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 20 February 1884

iK&ecklxj ftLemtxu. ?UBLI&*iBD BV1RY WBDNIBDAT BY JOS. BOBLETER Office ovei Olty Drug Ster*. TKKM8 One Dollar and a half per year in advancp. Rteo Advertising' pniVISHKI) UPOV APPLICATION. Advertisements 10 doiibl* column, double the tingle column inte- Businaai-OM-ilsoriSve iues, one ye it #5,00, eac addition il Une 75 els *ll traiwteutadvertiseroentstobe paid for in advance Adyertmements inserted in the local notice col nmus, ten eU a li.ie Tor the flrx* sertion Had senta a line Tor enrh subsequent insei lion but no aetn* inaei ted for lem than 60 cts A inoaneemeiits of mmrlage* and dentin ineert ii free but vbituary notire~, except in special saiea, will be eharged at dvtrtWii rates. Iil! il notices will beeharjced 75 cts perfolioTor the first in*e-tion, and 25 eta per folio Toi end subsequent ln-ertlon All legal notices milat bi upon the responsibility of the attorney oiderine hem published, ,tiid no affidavit of publication will be riven until the publication fees aie i...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 20 February 1884

y" titxv flint jlUvtetv Wednesday, February 20, 1884. Congressman Milo White has in troduced a bill in the Plouse which so amend** the tariff law as to per mit the importation of books other than English free of duty. The latest news Trom the Grant mansion is to the effect that the General is doing very well, although his recovery from the effects of his fall has been delayed by rheuma tism The St. Pcinl Globe now comes to us in an enlaiged form. The new dress it has donned also adds im mensly to its look*. The press work is done on a $30,000 Hoe perfecting press, and in point of news and general make up the Globe is now 'sfeond to none in the west. The St. Paul Volkszeilung (Dem.) menuotis the name of Senator Ju us Vckerman, of Young America, in connection with the Republican nominal ion for State Treasurer. As Mr. Kittleson has but just entered upon his three years' term, the "mentioning" is just a little pre \ions. Mr. Ackerman is a good man, though, and would make an acceptable ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 20 February 1884

i I 13 In, Wednesday, February 20, 1884. Congressman Milo White has in troduced a bill in the House which so amends the tariff law as to per mit the importation of books1 than English free of duty. tisXbeen mm, ro 'V i other The latest news "From the Grant mansion is to the effect that the General is doing very well, although his recovery from the effects of his fall has delayed by rheuma- The St. Paul Globe now comes to ns iu an enlarged formv^ The new dress it has donued also adds im mensly to its looks. The press work is done on a $30,000 Hoe perfecting press, and in point of news and general make up the Globe is nowesting "second to none in the west. The St. Paul Volkszeitung (Bern.) mentions the name of Senator Juli us Ackerman, of Young America, in connection with the Republican nomination for State Treasurer. As Mr. Kittleson has but just entered upon his three years' term, the "mentioning" is just a little pre vious. Mr. Ackerman is a good man,.though, and would make an acce...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 20 February 1884

9 NEW ULM AND VICINITY Travelers' Guide. Winotih, & gt. Peter4 Day Pa^seut er *:30H Night 9:20 *Except Sunday ft A IN. f{ f( Pay Passenger *0:20 Night *4:5Sin D.iily. C. W. HE1DEM\NX. Agent Jicw Ulm Market Report. [Corrected weekly by 11 PFKKFKKLE, dealer in Grain. Provisions, Groceiies and Country Pro- duce.] Wheat, 73 0 78.. 0it 25 & 28.. Corn B.irley HO VISION'S. JJeef on foot, per cwt.. 2 0 Mutton per head 3 00 Pork per cwt 5 00 rioui per cwt 2 50 Corn Me tlt per cwt Beans 1 50 Peas 1 30 Onions (50 Potatoes, per bushel Sugar Cured II itns pel ft.. Breakfast Bacon per lb Diied Beef, per lb O Salt Pork, per lb .12 Laid, per lb 8 0 Butter, per lb 12' O Cheese, per lb Poultiy, per lb.. 8 Eggs, per dozen O GKOCERIES Su'.nr White, per lb Yellow, per lb Blown, per lb Dried FruitsApples Peaches, per lb Prunes, per 11) 10 CoffeeKio, Green.... 20 Rio, Roasted,per lb.. 20 Java, Green, per lb. .150 Java, Roasted, per lb Mocha Green, per lb TeasJapan, per lb 40 Green, pei lb 60 Black...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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