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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 29 January 1896

L) UUMHUmJW" .tureen Bjolverud Lak a a Nicholas Hendele&pringfield Mrs Michael Costell Springfield Mrs Sarah Hutchiug fcleepyEje. •lohn Cams,Sleepy Eye Alis as Jieeves hleepy Eye Michael Diusc Sleepy Kj Christina .Mad.-en Sleepy Eye l" Schmidt dlcepy Ey '. liana Thoibeu Linden Mrs (Prolin l'helps hleepy hye. E'le Agnu Sleepy E Tuliy Sleepy E Kath dieepy E as Sleepy E Mary Olson in l-'redricka Radsch me Klena Lolirke Springfield MrsCntland Springfield .. Katurinc Gebhardt l'l Jaria Me\e Louise a New Ul Juliu HalhgiNc I'lin.. MrsHelma Watbel New L'lm 15 Aleve re Albin .John Koestei Geo rJchlot ten ba tier Ne L'lm llaigrin Uunderson Linden Sophia Hacker New I 1m Krauxisku Macho New I Jm Wilhelminii Kro Jacob Hum hi Martin Mat ho Clara Gnwt.ii'ion a a He:ikri*l ISarbam Soinmcr Augnoi (Jiiil)D l-leiui/ Lhouias O'Brien Bliangei has Burincibier Htiuugei .lohu Herrlish New Win Muditon Mmiigei A inu(id Kiukfron Linden Tulul Total Mi.ni-l.i .i W l-f Will. flir li i.:arl Zellweger J'i.Ial ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

s%$ & I WA A MOBSTER PROCESSION. esterdav's Carnival Parade was a Cred it to the Cit Fifty or More Fine Floats are Supplied by Business Men The Procession Was Over a Mile in Length. Three Bauds Furnish Music and Thous ands of People Look on Eugene Luckinger of Tracy Acted as Ice King. Gro»-bner Turned Over the Keys of the Palace. The opening day of the New Ulm Mid wintei Carnival proved a complete suc cess. The air was a trifle colder than it had been for a, week previous,and,while a light snow fell during the afternoon, it in no way detiacted fiom the general success ot the undei taking. Hundieds of people lined the stivers and apprecia tion was manifested in all quarters. At two o'clock the parade forhied at Turner Hall, and such apaiade' It was o\ei a mile in length and the best that has e\ei been seen in New Ulrn. at means that it was also the best evei gi A en in any small town in the State and one that would do credit even to such cities as St. Paul and Minneapolis. 'I he ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

Wednesday, Feb. TIME CARD East Bound. No 6 0. & N. W. R'y. •West Bound, No 3 4:28 §No 5 12:20 A 6:55 A. $ Ne 4 2:10 P. §Nol 3 11:50 v. No 20 9 :00 No 19 5:40 A. 2:10 P. P. §No 15 Daily except Sunday. Daily except Monday. C. W. II- IlEfDEMAS. )H. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Speoialty. Offioa in W. BoescL'sftew^BriakBloolr. New Ulm, Mica I}R. A. HARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, Corner Minneaota and U£ If. Street NKW ULM, MINN, "ecth itr.v-ted withont pain by the use oC *'. './.ed air or citrous oxide gas. y.l. L, G. BELL, Mi. A. KOEHNL, Veterinary Surgeon. treated sick animals for years recommend my^ 7 nil who need tha services of & i.ipctent Veterinary. Orders may bu a.t Union Hotel,or Olson's Drug flavin -tn conscientiously ULM, MINN. 11 liEUNKE. D. V. S. to U33EM SH TIS1 *.":"« over Brown County Bank. Fine r.: to tki reer of the building, whew i-ses can be leii for toeatja*^- I )ll. HIRSCH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Olsen's Drugstore. P...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

BS$ltra«TBCU5.HaU!IMI«JI53IJI«RlC«i I A I E THE AMEMUIIHWS DWHUtSlltOSSOR. ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE I Hat stood the Test of Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED JULIUS KRAUSE. A N E PAPLH]HANGt House and Sign Fainting' of all kinds and the most satisfactory paper hamrlnjf guaranteed. Shop on Minneso street soulh of Chicago lloiihc. ^BuiaingbtcnelorS ale The New Ulm Stone Company is rea dy to sell building stones at the Quarry. For prices inquire if J. Wenninger, W. Boesch, A. Schell or Chas. Stolzenberg. Redstone. NOTICE.—The use of land for pastur ing or cutting of wood or quarrying and hauling of stone is not allowed unless by a written permit from the company. F- N E W ULM STONE CO. Best Quality of Goods. Newest Styles Finest Fits, Best Workmanship,) impairing and, ('lea: n. a t. 1^'amm?, rASOLINE STOVE, none E W GASOLIN E STOVE better, at J. A. ARNOLD'S WOO .Li. The undersigned wishes to ainiounce to the pul.iic. and especially to Ids old...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

a $S*v -w i- /, JleW Ulm Review JOHISM. & W1CHERSK1, Wednesda Ji, 189G. A "BESOTTED TYRANT." Senator Tillman, of South Carolina, So Designates President Cleveland. Carlisle Stigmatized as the as of the South- Charges Made Tha "Wall Street Shaped Legislation. Senatorial Courtesy and Decorum Shat tered. Senator Tillman of Sout Carolina, performed in the senatorial arena on Wednesday. It was a rare performance. Expectin a show unusual in its novelty, a crowd that occupied every seat in the galleries and a long lines outside of the doors, went to the Capitol. Most of the Senators were in their seats, the only notable absentees being Senators Sher man and Hill, for both of Senator Tillma was loaded. The opening .of his speech was im" did not propose, he said, to apologize for daring to address the Senate on so short an occupancy of his seat. had heard a lot about senator ial customs and senatorial courtesy and other shams which were used as a sort of wet blanket on new Senators, lie ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

^M&. 4 .*& JOHNSON & W1CHERSKI. PUBUSHESS". Wednesday *Teb/ ^'.Seriatdr Tillman, of South Oarolina^o IpV^'^'V' Designates Resident Cleveland. f$0i 3 ^Z'''"".* "$ ,"" Carlisle Stigmatized as tlie Judas of the *,'/ **vK.*ri South.^%4 /y '*i~Ht-—-$M Charges"Made That Waif'Street Shaped -•', Legislation. |Ff Senatorial Courtesy and Decorifm "Shat tered. *V» J* tfevery Senator Tillman, of iSouth -Carolina, performed in the senatorial arena on Wednesday. It was a rare performance. Expecting a show unusual in its novelty, a crowd that occupied every seat in ^heon galleries and made long lines outside of the doors, went to the Capitol. Most of the Senators were in their seats, the only notable absentees being Senators Sher man and Hill, for both of whom Senator Tillman was loaded/ The opening .of his speech was im promptu. He did hot propose, he said, to apologize for daring to address the Senate on so short an occupancy of histhose seat. He had heard a lot about senator ial cus...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

Nglassesiasanrdanpi We have Kako Flou: We sell Ilopkin.1- IK s( V\ [\\\~. VC'llV ^t to l.iols at 1\ II. I« imkc 1,!-. -in L\ X(i- ,- :i -i en in New It'-, Ix-st and i')i' as possible. We have iiM.mcc, thai, arc AVc h,i\c them in all -t\l t'.im S2 .",0 to $11. ami look at them. Call around H.tiivaabou,towea.scan.present.niaIvowanut 'i\ lamps You one yourself you may want give one to friend a either- is ca.se accomodate yo and know that our reputation in tlrs line has won us many friends. Our stock in cludes banquet, hanging, stand, hand and nigl't lamps. A sk for our smokeless night lamp which, once rilled, will burn for 100 hours. one ahead of vis on ylassware either to ice or quality. Our fine wate wine sets, pitchers, tumblers are pleasing to everybody. Some of them are beauties. gs in olden times never used such Uishos as we are now offering at ex tremely moderate'prices. Complete 'china and colored sets, line bread and fruit plates, in fact anything you might like for your table...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

"*. Bhasju-wbejihiceyoiotli.iln efore buy air, crockery this year it will to infen"-t to look at the no goods l'\ II. Behnke shelves. Xo thing like it li.is ever been s-cen in New Ulni~betoic. It's simply beautiful. I en body ants tho best and for as little iiiunev as possible. "We have hambcr MOS, for instance, that are '-uie to please. We have them in. all fiom $2.50 to$15. Call around and look at them. H.theaca^e,toweascan.present.maIfwanut ow abou lamps You one yoiu -elf you may want to give one to triend a either is accomodate yo and know that our reputation in tlrs line has won u^ many friends. Our stock in cludes banquet, hanging, stand, hand and niglit lamps. Ask for our smokeless night lamp which, once filled, will burn for 100 horns. Neithee on ahead of u^ on glassware as to piice or quality. Out line water and wine sets, pitchers, glasses and tumblers are pleasing to everybody. Some ot them are beauties. 'inns in oldcL. times never used such dUhei as we are now offering a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

9d WIND AND SEA. The sea is a jovial comrade, He laughs wherever he goes. His merriment shines in the dimpling line* That wrinkle his hale repose. He lays himself down at the feet of the sun, And shakes all over with glee, And the broad backed billows fall faint on the shore In the mirth of the mighty sea! Bat the wind is sad and restless And cursed with an inward pain, Tod may hark at will, by valley or hill, A But you hear him still complain He wails on the barren mountains And shrieks on the wintry sea, He sobs in the cedar and moans in the pine And shudders all over the aspen tree. Welcome are both their voices. And I know not which is best— The laughter that slips from ocean's lips Or the comfortless -wind's unrest There's a pang in all rejoicing, A joy in the heart of pain, And the wind that saddens, the sea that glad dens Are singing the selfsame strain —Bayard Taylor WHO CINDERELLA REALLY WAS. Her Story Is Very Ancient and Appears In Sacred Hindoo Books. The story of Cindere...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

:':_ 16 Boils at Once Hood's Sarsaparilia Purifies the Blood and Restores Health. Mr. f. IT. StoweW "Wilmot, S. Dak. "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: About four years ago my wife was troubled with salt rheum. Although we tried nearly everything It got worse Instead of better and spread over both of her hands so that she could hardly use them. Finally she commenced to use Hood's Sarsaparilia and whenshe had taken two bottles her hands were entirely healed and she has not since been troubled. In December, 1892, my neck was covered with boils of a Scrofulous Nature. There were sixteen of them at once and as soon as they healed others would break out. My neok finally became covered with ridges ana Hood's^Cures scars. I then commenced taking Hood's Sarsa parilia, and after taking four bottles the boils nad all healed and the scars have disappeared. I recommended Hood's Sarsaparilia to all suf fering from any disorder of the blood." "W. STOWELL, AVilmot, South Dakota. Pills act easil...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 5 February 1896

fiv*77 "JJ^£ *•&'<•'?] -J.S pr: r9iT%p' ^SgM .:t Jv GOTO Beussmanii Bros, -FOR- T/A/ WARE. PAINTS. BRUSHES, SAWS, AXLE GREASE. OILS. Of which we keep helargest assortment. Please give us a call as our prices are the lowest and our goods are the best. Yod Wan a sharp flodf ''W make it. NEW ULM ROLLER MILL CO. l$lo$$ijer $ JVtoeller, .DEALER IN Hardware and Farm Machinery. Minneapolis Harvesters and Binders. Walter A. Woods Steel Tubular Mowers. J, I. Case and Minneapolis Threshers and Engines. Riding and Waging PloWs WAGONS AND BUGGIES, Qntivatots, Oils and patot$ ABOVEMACHINES AND REPAIRSFOR SAME ALWAYS ON HAND. ifife^j ?M\W.VMNIK\\c A. "V* Si b'.\- spool cotton for hand r.cv\i. it io ih strongest Si:.. a il i'-'j1 i.« .i knots, kinks, flaws, or i\ I ai'.v.u .: quality, thickness rni'lstro.'gji. "it:..-". ~r Lrs". is itself or breaks the i!2cdle n-jver ]-v\vc:- tii seams or throws the tension o„tof rdcr. It c^»w no more than poorer ki^Jj ti" '-".i.ccd. AoL o^r cb-lcr for it. ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 February 1896

Is THE WATCHWORD of the DAY is ECONOMY. And there is no such place to practice it as here. Our line of DRESS COODS, DRESS AND fRltyNlltU SILKS, TRlN|N|lNCS and the like is all in, and if you want anything in that line you don't want to fail to call on us. We cheerfully show goods. We also have a nice line of Black and Fancy Colored- GARNITORS for Dress fronts. Just the style this season. The line of Black Goods consists of iFancy and Plain Lizards, Mohair Tacquard, Diago nals, Serges, Cashmere, Granits and Henriettas, it* We quote only a few prices on account of limited space. All Woll, yard wide, Cashmere9in all shades 25 cts, worth 35 Henriettas in all shades, 34 in. wide 18 cts. worth 30 Fancy Worsted, all shades, 38 in. wide 40 cts. worth 50 Colored Cheville Serge, 46 in. wide 50 cts. worth 75 If you can not find what you want in our line, we gladly send for samples, especially in the case of white silk and satin dresses for weddings. CRONE BROS. EEV. DAVIS ON LIBEEALISM. An Abl...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 February 1896

4 i/.*.•: "t"1.l*'VeS3!g '1 -^/.^f/.^:,.-5fi^W eNe.^ Qlrr) f\eView Wednesday, Feb. 19.1896. TIME CARD fj. & N. W. R'y. East Bound. West Bound, 8 N 6 6:55 A. No 3 Ne 4 2:10 4:28 P. No 5 £)li. L. A. FR1TSCHE, nR A. MARDEN, 11:55 p. 5:40 A 2:10 p. §Nol8 11:50 p. +Nol 9 §N 20 9:00P. §N 15 Daily except Sunday. Daily except Monday. C. W. H. HEIDEMAN. Teeth extracted without pala by the as* of \t Hzed air or nitrous oxide gas. ])K. L. G. BELL, Resident Dentist. Office in the Meridian Block EW ULM, tMIN^J Teeth extracted without painrbythe Btest approved methods. "li" J)R. A. KOEHNL, Veterinary Surgeon: Having treated sick animals for years I ouu conscientiously recommend my^j self to all who need the services of ij| competent Veterinary. Orders may btt left at Union Hotel or Olson's Drug fttore. NEW ULM, WJSTS. J^ E, BEHNKE. D. V. S. Vonifluy nam j)Ii- O HIRSCH, Office: Rooms 314, 315, 316 Post office Building. Residence: 520 South 2nd Street, A N A O I N N LIND & HAGBERG, attorney...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 February 1896

•v,i THE AMERICAN TD8ACC0 CDWAITC SUCCESSOR. ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Has stood the Test of Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED JULIUS KRAUSE. ^=^PAINTER PAPh.R| A N E House and Sign Painting of all kinds and the most satisfactory paper hanging guaranteed. Shop on Miuneso a street south of Chicago House. mcnngk lone iorS ale The N Ul Stone Company is rea dy to sell building stones at the Quarry. For prices inquire of J. Pfenninger, W Eoesch, A Schell or Chas. Stolzenberg, Redstone. NOTICE.—«The use of land for pastur ing or cutting of wood or quarrying and hauling of stone is not allowed unless by a written permit from the company. N E W S O N E CO. MERGHANT TAILORING. 8est Quality of Goods. Finest Fits, Newest Styles Best Workmanship, He pairing and Cleaning Suits also promptly attended to. "JEWE A S O I N E STOVE none & better, at J. A A N O S WOOL!. The undersigned wishes to announce to the public, and especially to his old customers ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 February 1896

wrw A i£ /lew Ulm Review JOHNSO N A Wmm, Puutins. Wednesday Feb. 12,1896. MINNESOTA LACE MAKERS, Arrangements Made for Encouraging the Industry in the Hew Dim Bohemian Colony. Minneapolis Journal of Friday An anteieting feature of Mrs. Vrooman's opening of summer fabrics today was the lacemaker, who came down from the colony of lacemaking Bohemians at New Ulm to show to those who were ex amining the goods just how they are produced The colony is a very inter esting one, and through the recognition secured by the introduction of the piod uct into a large, fashionable shop here, the industry should be greatly aided. The art of lacemaking was biought to New Ulrn by immigrants a good many years ago, but it has not extended greatly, ow ing to the lack of fitness in the workers to push the business interests. Most of the work was not fine, for there was so bttle market that theie was no demand lor that kind of work. The lace has in the past been sold or exchanged in the locality for a ver...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 February 1896

?&*" *v** ^S*sf 4 Bhaewillyoepitbuys ctoio my rockerv this year it your inteiest to look at th new good that F. Behnke }ust need on his shelves. No thing like it his evei been =een in New Llm before It's simply beautiful. EchamberpleaseuforWeinstancethedmfon verybody wants th best an as little money possible. We have sets, that are sure to have all styles fiom $2 50 to $15 Call around -md look at them. Hyouiself,toweyoun,present.maIyfowanut ow abou lamps "i ou one may want give one to a fnend as a either is the case ca accomodate yo and know that our reputation in this line has won us many friends. Our stock m rludes banquet, hanging, stand, hand aud night lamps. .Ask for our smokeless night lamp which, once filled, will burn for 100 hours. Nglassesiasanrdanpricw one ahead of us on glassware either to or quality Oui fine wate me sets, pitcheis, tumblers aie pleasing to everybody Some of them are beauties ings in oldeL. tirne3 never used such dishes as we are now offering at ex t...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 February 1896

Before the break of morn, Oh, tell me, do yon know^the power That lies within them—every hoar, Those eyes so soft and bright? Oh, woman with the glossy hair, _^. „, Do yon, who are so irail and tair, —.^, E'er pause to think with scorn That you can chain as to your side Where all our strength and manly pride Are but for your delight? Oh, woman with the faultless face, The red, red lips where dimples chase Each other to and fro, Oh, do you know your countless charms, The swelling neck, the rounding arms, The form a poet's wish, The hand so tapering and white, The foot so slim and wee and slight And fairer than the snow? You have the power for good or ill, You charm us to obey your will, For one smile or a kiss. —M. Idseer in Womankind. IN THE AMPHITHEATER. Pon- A Contest Before King Herod and tins Pilatus In Jerusalem. On one of those days he went to the amphitheater, the circus which Herod the Great had built, at some distance from the city. He paid for a seat in one of the npper ga...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 February 1896

Mrs. 8. A. JLefeber Bossmoyne, Ohio. Terrible Misery Helpless With Rheumatism and Without Appetite Tired Feeling and Pains Dispelled by Hood's Sarsaparllla. I was la terrible misery with rheumatism in my hips and lower limbs. I read so much about Hood's Sarsaparllla that I thought I would try it and see if it would relieve me. "When I commenced I could not sit up nor even turn over in bed without help. One bottle ol Hood's Relieved Me so much that I was soon out of bed and could walk. I had also felt weak and tired all the time could not sleep, and obtained so little rest at night that I felt all worn out in the morning. Ihadno appetite to eat anything,but Hood' Hood's^Curess Sarsaparllla restored my appetito so that I could eat without any distress, and I have fained rapidly in strength. I have taken five ottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and I am as well as ever." MRS. S. A. LEFEBEK, Bossmoyne, O. Pills cure liver ills, constipation, biliousness, jaundice, .sick headache, indigestion....

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 12 February 1896

'U-sjW Id la pre-eminently t:»-2 best spool cotton for hand sbv.-i-i:-^ or n?a*h:vic sewir.j/. it i.-* the strongest thread made iii free fio.a knots, kinks, flaws, or ravels iaalwaysmiifom in quality, thickness and strength. It never breaks itself or breaks the needle never puckers the seams or throws the tension out of order. It costs no more than poorer ki::cb cf thread. Ask your dealer for it. SenJ 24c. and receive 6 spools of thread (any color or num ber), together, with 4 bobbins for your machine, (ready wound) and an instructive hook on thread and sewing, Free. Be sure and give the name and number of your machine. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO.WUlimanticConn, GOT O eussmann Bros. -FOR- TIN WARE. RAINTS, BRUSHES, SAWS, AXLE GREASE. OILS. Of which we keep helargest assortment. Please give us a call as our prices are the lowest and our goods are the best. ""^^^W^}^W^WW^^- od to&nt a sfi&rp Flour. «¥e maKe it NEW ULM ROLLER MILL CO. o$$tier JWaelkr, E A E I N rdware and Farm Mach...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 19 February 1896

I KarnivaP Watches ••$}, h% at Hauenstein's. VOLUME XVIII. NO THE WATCHWORD of the W 1 5 ECOKONlV. And there is no such place to practice it as here. Our line of DRESS COODS, DRESS AND TRlN|N|irlC SILKS, TRlN|N|lHCS _\ and the like is all in, and if you want anything in that line you don't want to fail to call on us. We cheerfully show goods. We also have a nice line of Black and Fancy Colored GARNITORS for Dress fronts. Just the style this beason. The line of Black Goods consists of Fancy and Plain Lizards, Mohair Tacquard. Diago nals, Serges, Cashmere, Granits and Henriettas, We quote only a few prices on account of limited space. All Woll, yard wide, Cashmere,in all shades 25 cts, worth 35 Henriettas in all shaaes 34 in. wide 18 cts. worth 30 Fancy Worsted, all shades, 38 in. wide 40 cts. worth 50 Colored Cheville Serge, 46 in. wide 50 cts. worth 75 If you can not find what you want in our line, we gladly send for samples, especially in the case of white silk and gatin dresses we...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
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