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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 18 November 1896

x\L^'^'\^',inP']i^^^W&']E^^ 1 I fc3 ff 1 fc3 I l£ HAUENSTEIH he Bargain DRY GOODS STORE^ In low prices we lead while others in a way try to follow. One call will convince you that we sell the best goods for the least mon ey. The pioneer stores admit that we are whipping them into line by means of our low prices. They acknowledge this by attacking us maliciously and by circulating false reports. They see their opportunites for satisfying their selfish greed slipping away hence their slander. We allow no extortionist to dictate our price. Their loss in profit is your gain. You can draw your own conclusions as to the profit you would now be compelled to pay had we remained away from New Uln,. The following quotations constitute a sample of the prices at which we are selling all our goods: All wool dress goods, usual pi ice $1.00—our price, 55 cents. 1 All wool dress goods, usual price 50 cents—oui price, 28 cents. Dress goods, usual price 25 cents—our price, 15 cents. Dress goods, ...

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. — 25 November 1896

Richest Man in Brown Co. That is What Grant Brambeli Becomes through his Invention. Engmeer, Electrician and Globe Trotter, he is the Coolest Man in Sleepy Eye. The Minneapolis Journal of Friday evening contained the following special correspondence regarding Grant Bram bel and his wonderful invention: The days of giants, physical giants, at least, have passed, and no man can now be expected to carry a 40-horse power engine around under his arm or lift it from the floor with one hund. But that's not at all an impossible feat if the statements of Inventor Brambel are true, and the writer did it yesterday here in Sleepy Eye, and did it easily, for the engine, or motor, or steam turbine, what you will,weighed only about twen ty-five pounds. That was its material, avoirdupois, weight, but its weight in potency in moving the world, in changing the me chanical currents of the future, is, if the apparently well-founded' claims of its inventor and of other expert engineers can be relied on,...

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. — 25 November 1896

•H if "W.. kR. L. A. FRITSCHE. Fhysician and Surgeon. Office in N E W UJE.M JDR. C. HIRSCH. FISCHER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, id £18 re S re Office in in I N N E S O A S N E W Du J, II..7AMES. Physician and Surgeon, TKKAT.S E E O A E A a NOSE. A Dr S office flirst S a of WOMK OFFIC E N A JUL L. G.BELL. Dental Surgeon '1 F.KTU KXTKAC'L'EI IJY A I N E S S METHO office in he id an N E W MINN. |R. FRED W. FRITSCHE. Dental Surgeon, ODUNTL'XDEI OK EXTRACTING Office S a in a MEAV L'I.M D,! M. LIPP. Veterinary Surgeon. I A S O A E O N E E E CilARUE IENCE. W be at to re of a a in N W a a S a a TOIIX LIXD. Attorney and Counselor, PRACTICES IX A STAT E & V. S. COURTS. S a a on a id to an a S a in a an a a Office in a N E W ur. rOS. A. ECKSTEIN. O I E IX I.KIHOI.D BLOCK, 2 FM.OOK. a a is iv a it in a a to a it a N E W 0 A. IIAGBERG. ASWELM3 .Ai\ys$ Wednesday, November 25. 1896. MINN. Fnyoioict and Surgeon NJUIIT CALLS PKOJIPTL A E N E TO Office O S to re N E W S MINN. G. I N N 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. — 25 November 1896

4.,. ThoseM Pimples: I J• Are tell-tale symptoms that your blood] is not rightr-fullof impurities, causing a sluggtsk and unsightly complexion.'' A few bottles of 8. 8. 8. wilt remove] |-ler all foreign and impure matter', cleanse*» the blood thoroughly\ and give a clear' and rosy complexion. It is most effect-! waZ, and entirely harmless. Chas. Heaton, 73 Laurel Street, Fhila., says !!M„ have had for years a humor in my blood, which made me dread to shave, as smattboils or pimples would be cut, thus causing shaving- to,, be a greatannoyance. Aftertalunfftbreebottles my face is all clear and smooth as 0 I it should be—appetitefanning splendid,,, an jy^ a foot race all for the use of S. S. S. ,[ 5 Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailedfree. 11 SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, etc. Buy them of firs. Laudenschlager. ^?fDB MARKS, COFVIMOHTS, wtcJ M^2r 2*?,5?*S? 1 5«*« ,,ndb ok wrft» to MUNN ft CO, 361 SHMVWAT, NKW YOBK. Oldest bureau for securing patents I...

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. — 25 November 1896

-r-ft Mew Ulm Review ERNST WICHERSKI, F. W. JOHNSON, ^PROPRIETOR EDITOR Wednesday November, 25 1886. South Dakota was stolen, says the Minneapolis Journal. 60 was Minnesota. Just remember that it won't be neces sary tomorrow to give thanks for what you've worked for. Ex-Gov. .Feck of Wisconsin, author of Peck's Sun, is not •expected to live. Too bad. Such men ought to live al ways. The bienmal crop of legislative plums as almost ready to pick. And many •there be who are in the fruit business.— Bede's Budget. The so-called Sound Money majority in the lower house of congress will be fifty-three. The body will be composed as follows: Republicans,203 Democrats, 1:37 Populists, 15. Tomorrow we are all expected to give thanks, according to the wishes, public ly expressed, of Grover Cleveland and Dave Clough. Well, with such an abun dance of prosperity lying around loose (verywhere, who wouldn't. St. Peter during the past few days has been set all agog with feats of hypnotism. McEwen, a re...

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. — 25 November 1896

"Seeing is believing." Lienhard Bros.' ad will save you money if you read it carefully and try its remedies. The cheapest and best tablets, ruled and unruled to be had lit.the City Drug Store. Shut your mouth and open your eyes And yuii'n* sure to learn something tov make you wise. Trimmed H«ts, Bonnets and ^every thing in the millinery line sold at cost. Mrs. B. Pollmann. Lienhard Bros, have a good sock worth 25cts., which they are selling at 15cts. We will sell our yarns and knitted goods at reduced prices. Mrs. B. Follmann. Oh, manv a man would like to ape The football, traveling on its shape. Don't fail to read Lienhard Bros, new ad in this paper. It is a money saver for you. The cold nights have come andwhy not wear a flannel night robe and sleep comfortably. We have them from 50c, to $1. for meo, women and children. Eckstem's orchestra will furnish the music. Tickets on sale at the Pioneer and Ci ty Drug Stores.and at other business places. All aboard for a lively trip. Play b...

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. — 25 November 1896

jr.. •I HOME COMING. & & Set 6" son, and toil is done. -j i~,., Grind, oh, wheels, -while diners tread! Homeward through the night I run To the heaven just ahead." -1 ,'. Light o* love, light o' lore, 'y Other refuge have I none. Thou the worth of life must prove while (the fight 3s yet unwon. 1 Scant the fare that love may share. Pale the lips that love may press. Stern the burdens love must share. Fierce the wrongs that wait redress. Heart o' life, heart o' life, Manna in the wilderness, Vie should perish in the strife But for love's strong tenderness. Speed the day when wo may say Justice re&ns and men are free. Peace shall Kiss us in the way, Labor crown us plentuously. Love is all! Love is all! Sound the v.-ord from sea io sex Hand to hand wo stand cr frill. Ho, for lovo and liberty! —.Annie L. Muzzey in New York Sun. TENNYSON'S WOMEN. The Poet Never Idealized the Work of the "Wage Earner. Tennyson gave the world pictures of some of the fairest feminine creations in...

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. — 25 November 1896

I *J M. L. Clieuvront Leonard, Mo. In Agony 15 Years With Salt Rheum Hood's Sarsaparilla Cave a Perfect Cure. C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: Hood's Sarsaparilla is an excellent medicine. I had eczema in my left leg for fifteen years. Fart of the time my leg was one mass of scabs, and about every week corruption would gather uuder the skin and the scabs would slough off:* The Itching and Burning sensation made me suffer indescribable agonies. I spent a great deal of money for different rem edies but did not get relief. About a year ago, leading physicians advised me.to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. I did so and have taken five bot- Cures ties. Now all the sores, scabs and pain have vanished and I am enjoying perfect health. I think Hood's Sarsaparilla is second to none and gladly recommend it to all suflering humanity." M. L. CHEUVRONT, Leonard, Missouri. Pills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25o. the finest we have yet published— 100 pages, pro f...

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. — 25 November 1896

GOLDEN HAUENSTEIH M.Mullen, Pres. J. H. Vajen," V. "•FThe Bargain DRY GOODSSTORft In low prices we lead wlnle others in .a way trv to foUgw£^& One call will convince you that we sell the best goods for the least mon-, ey. The pioneer stores admit that we are whipping them into line by means of our low prices. They acknowledge this by attacking us maliciously and by circulating false reports. They see their opportunites for satisfying their selfish greed slipping away hence their slander. We allow no extortionist to dictate our price. Their loss in profit is your gain. You can draw your own conclusions as to the profit you would now be compelled to pay had we remained away from New Ulrr,. The following quotations constitute a sample of the prices at~whicL we" are selling all our goods: All wool dress goods, usual price $1.00—our price, 55 cents. All wool dress goods, usual price 50 cents—our price, 28 cents. Dress goods, usual price 25 cents—our price, 15 cents. Dress goods, usua...

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. — 2 December 1896

Bavarian China. Bug it at JiAUe^STEWS* SHE WAS TIEED OF LIVING. Mrs. Minnie Meier Destroys Her Own Life by Hanging. Last Tuesday morning Mrs.- Minnie Meier, "widow of the late August Meier of this city, committed suicide by bang ing herself in a vacant second-story room of her home near Golden Gate. The particulars of the sad affair are thus re lated by the Sleepy Eye Herald: "The act was committed as a resuty of a prolonged condition of mental weak ness. Ever since ht-r husband died,near ly two yeais ago, Mrs. Meier has been somewhat deranged in mind. She leaves two sons and a daughter, Fred and Min nie, both grown to manhood and woman hood, and a son about 10 years of age. Fred was living at home with his moth er and was absent on the fateful day, teaching school three miles west from the farm in the Grimes district. His sister was at Minneapolis, teaching school, and hal the younger brother with her. Fred left for his school and on returning in the evening found his mother absent...

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. — 2 December 1896

iiNera? Qlii) Review Wednesday, December 2. 1806. J)R L. A. FRITSCIIE. Physicia a S Ofiice in Boesch's new Block. NEW L'LM ?IIXN. C. IIIRriCH. rn/oicia and Surgeon. MOHT CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Office over OKen's us Store. XEW MINN. FISCHER, M. D. Physicia a SurgeorV, Kesidence, 318 Centre Street. ()Hice in the Gebber Building. I N N E S O A ST NE W ULM. J, II. JAMES. Physician and Surgeon. TKKATS EVE, THROAT, EAR a NOSE. AtJ Dr. Sclioch's office fiirst' S a of every HOME OI-FICE JliNKATO K. L. G. BELL. Dental S I EETII EXTRACTKn BY PAINLESS METHOD Office in the Meridian Block. Nh\V L'LJI MINN. FRED W. FRITSCIIE. Dental Surgeon. ()DlTXTlTXDER OR EXTRACTING. Office over Star Clothing Hall, NKW L'LM MINN. nR. M. LIPP. Veterinary Surgeon. CIlAKliK.S REASONAULE. LONG EXPER IENCE" Will be at the store of a Retzlaff in New W a and Saturdays OIIN LIND. Attorney a Counselor PRACTICES IX ALL STATE «fc L'. S. COURTS. Special attention paid to collections. Germa and Scandinavia languages s...

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. — 2 December 1896

SEKESR »&ws^sms^^^ *N& .£- I F" fc* 3 ftsg&il ?V#T.tt. L. A. FUITSGHE.M eiifL^i Office in Boesch's new Block.' MOW.' NEW ULM liu&i E C. HIRSCH. ', W"*''- L". ^Pnysirria and Sargepn». KJGIIT CAM.S P-ROMPTXY ATTENDED TO. Office over Olsen's JJrujr Store." NEW ULM,' r* MINN. FISCHER, M. D. fc. Physician and Surgeon^/ Residence, 518 Centre Street\i Office in the Gebser Building,''" MINNESOTA ST NEW UT,M. r\R. J, H. JAMES^ »jt Physician and SurcjeonY &*$ TREATS EVE, THROAT, EAK and NpSE. Atj Dr. Sclioch's office liirst Sunday of every- month. »'•&/{'£'•''& HOME OFFICE MANKATO R. L. G. BELL. Dental Surgeon, ,1'&-£% 1 ISETII EXTRAC TED BY PAINLESS METHOD Office in the Meridian Block, of\j NKW UI.M Bu CHARGES RBAsoxABr.E. LONG EXPER IENCE. Will be at the store of Frank Ketzlaff in New ultii Wednesdays and Saturdays, TDIIX LIND. Attorney and Counselor, I'RAC TICES IN* AI.Iv STATE & U. S. COURTS. Special attention paid to collections. German and Scandinavia...

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. — 2 December 1896

I Buy I I Those} Pimples ^Lre tell-tale symptoms that your blood, all foreign and impure matter, cleanse* ,, ifte bfootZ thoroughly, and give a clear'' 11 and row/ complexion. It is most effect-! waZ, ana entirely harmless. Chas. Heatpn, 73 Laurel Street,Phila., says:-!! 1 have had for \eaisa humor in mv blood myface is all dear and smooth as,. 11 MKHJ it should be—appetite splendid,,, £leeP wel* andfeel like running a,, II foot race all for the use of S. S. S. ,, Treatiseon bloodandskindiseasesmailedfree. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. Stoves, Hardware, Tinware1 them of firs. Laudensch lager. -CAVEAT*, •%£?£DB ""ARKS, COPYRIGHTS, etc. M^2!a5.aSPn a Handbook write to MTO.N & CO.. 361 BROADWAY, NEW VORIT. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Every patent taken out by us la brought before the public by a notice given free of charge In the largest circulation of any scientific paper"in the ™™d-„ SP endidly illustrated. J?o intelligent man should be without it. Weeklv S ...

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. — 2 December 1896

fUv/ Ul Revie ERNST WICHERSKI, PROPRIETOR F. W. JOHNSON, EDITOR Wednesday December, 2 1896. What's the matter with Capt. Gen. Weyler being the "sick man" of Europe. When Fire Alarm Foraker and Iceberg Sherman meet in the senate next year, will there be a thaw? Most anybody would rather be a cabi net maker than part of a cabinet. There for, Hanna's indifference relative to ac cepting a portfolio. Garfield was accused of getting him self into office by booming John Sher man. Perhaps Merriam expects to get into the cabinet by booming Davis. Let's demand that MarkjHanna be ap pointed as Bayard's successor at the Eng lish throne. Theagent would ^then be in close touch with his principals. Butcher Weyler was going to crush out the Cuban rebellion in thirty day&. As a calculator Weyler is about as much of a failure as National Chairman Jones. How does it come that neaily all the cabinet aspirants are reported to call on Hanna first and McKinley afterwards. We supposed that McKinley had...

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. — 2 December 1896

11 THESE WILL ACT AS JUR0BS A List of the Men who areto Decide Legal Matters in January. A Clerk of Court Larson furnishes the following list of jurors for the next term of Court. Grand Jurors, to meet January 5th at 11 o'clock Jacob Klossner Jr. and Hu go Gebser of New Ulra, Aug. Glatigny of Sleepy Eye J. B. Schmid and H. W. Rowe of Springfield, Frank Anderson, Bashaw, Mike Lipp and Joseph Schae ter, Cottonwood, Herman Rhode and Ira Smith, Eden, Martin Penning and Dau Moll, Home, H. Frederickson, Lake Hanska, P. Anton Olsen and John Hal vorseri, Linden, Chris. Spelbrink, Mil ford, Frank Mattel, North Star, Caspei Riebel, Prameville, Carl Schultz, Stark, John Manderfeld and William James, Sigel, Chas Engel and Chas. Crawford, Stately. Petit Jurors, to meet January 6th at 11 o'clock Frank Guggisberg, Julius Krause, Wm, Huevelmann, Peter Man derfeld, Herman Poeppel and Ernst Wicherski, New Ulm, Chas. Bernloch, Albm, G. Feirer, Burnstown, John Remhart, Cottonwood Geo. Leather mann, Spr...

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. — 2 December 1896

mm ^-aipffff^P?^?^^! iw r^ 1 r- fsvjW ¥WS HOUSES BUILT IN TREES. IT«r Goinc* Claims tjto XHsMnctlon 'of FBralsbins This Unla«e Spectacle. ," Man was indubitably At one period of his existence an arboreal *™rpi\\. He had much to do with "the trees of the garden." In some places and as repre sented by some races he still lives among them. The natives of New Guinea climb like monkeys and travel for long dis tances from one tree to another without descending to the ground. The birds build little fairylike cabins on the ground, but the people constract their houses in the top of the' tallest forest trees. First a native, having'climbed the great trunk of the teak or cedar or oak tree he has selected, begins by cut ting off some of the branches the right length to support a-platform of bamboo on which his house is to rest. You would wonder how he could do anything 'with the tools he uses if you should see them. He has no saw or steel edged ax, but only a sort' of tomahawk made of. stone 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. — 2 December 1896

A M, X. Cfteuvront Leonard, Mo. In Agony 15 Years With Salt Rheum Hood' 8arsaparill a Cav a Perfec Cure C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: Hood'a Sarsaparilla is anexcellent medlcin*. I had eczema in my left leg for fifteen years. Part of the time my leg was one mass of scabs, and about every week corruption would gather under the skin and the scabs would slough off. he Itchin a Burnin sensation made me suffer indescribable agonies. I spent a great deal of money for different rem edies but did not get relief. About a year ago, leading physicians advised me to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. I did so and have taken five bot- Hood's^Cures ties. Now all the sores, scabs and pain have vanished and I am enjoying perfect health. I think Hood's Sarsaparilla is second to none and gladly recommend it to all suffering humanity." M. L. CHEUVBONT, Leonard, Missouri. Pills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently, on the liver and bowels. Mo. —the finest we have yet published— 400 pages, pro fusely ...

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. — 2 December 1896

C» ri.- -•*. ey J& ifrniafit J&T The Bargain DRY GOODS%TORE. In low prices we lead "while others in a way try to follow. One call will convince you that we sell the best goocfs for the least mon The pioneer stores admit that we are whipping them into line by means of our low prices. They acknowledge this by attacking us maliciously and by circulating false reports. They see their opportunites for satisfying their selfish greed slipping away hence their slander. JYe allow no extortionist to dictate our price. Their loss in profit is your gain. You can draw your own conclusions as to the profit you would now be compelled to pay had* we remained away from New Ulm. The following quotations constitute a sample of the prices at which we are selling all our goods: Martin Bohlig, GOT O Beussmann Bros, —FOR- ,*. WARE. RAlNTS, BRUSHES, SA WS, AXLE GREASE. OILS. Of which we keep the largest assortment. as our prices are the lowest and ourgoods Yod Wdntasbdfp Flour ^e mah it. NEW ULM RO...

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. — 9 December 1896

a Bavarian China, 3& THE DISPATCH MISTAKEN. It's flint of Possible Foul Play in Oonnec tion with the Miller Episode .* Unfounded. So Doubt at all but that the Man Took his Own Life. The St. Paul Dispatch of Thursday took a strange and unreasonable view of the Miller suicide "in this city last Tues day evening. It says that when Miller left St. Paul he was in good spirits according to the statement of Joseph Pasch. Undoubted ly he was. He certainly was when he reached New Ulm and apparentlj so up to the time of his death. Again it says: "A peculiar and mys terious part of the case is that, although «t search was made for the knife with which the cutting was done, it was not found. This iact, together with other circumstances, leads Miller's St. Paul friends to believe that he was attacked by someone and did not cut- himself. They base their belief largely upon the fact that Miller was not drinking hard when he was in St. Paul." Tins may have made plausible reason ing in St. Paul ...

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. — 9 December 1896

H^h-/^^^ i~| Wednesday, December FRITSCHE. Physician cmd Sargeon. Office in Boesch's new Block. NEW ULM MINN. nR. C. HIRSCH. Fnysioia and Surgeon. NIGHT CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Office over Olsen's Drug Store. NEW ULM MINN. FISCHER, M. D. Physicidn and Surgeon, Residence, 518 Centre Street. Office in he Gebser Building I N N E S O A ST NEW ULM T\R. J, H. JAMES. Physician and Surgeon. TREATS EYE, THROAT, EAR and NOSE. Atj Dr. Schoch's office fiirst S a of every month HOJIE OFFICE MANKATO II. L. G. BELL. Dental Surgeon. TEETff EXTRACTED BY PAINLESS METHOD Office in therIeridian Block. NEW ULM R. FRED W. FRITSCHE. I N N Dental Surgeon, ODUSTlfNDEK OK EXTRACTING. Office over Star Clothing Hall, KE'W ULM MINN. IJR.M. LIPP. Veterinary Surgeon. CHARGES REASONABLE. LONG EXPER IENCE. Will be at the store of Fran Retzlaff in New L'lm Wednesday atid Saturdays 01 IN LINO. Attorney and Counselor, PRACTICES IX ALL STATE & U. S. COURTS. Special attention paid to collections. Germa and Scand...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
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