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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 24 November 1880

i V. NEW ULM AND VICINITY. This is a very bad week for Tuikey. "Everybody hankers aftor it. Our merchants are receiving large invoices of new goods for the holidays. Our Loreno correspondent "Busted" came down one day last week to take a look at the wise men holding forth in the Court House. To-morrow is the day set apart by President Hayes and Governor Pills bury as a day of National Thanksgiv ing- All letter heads, note heads, bill heads, &c, printed at the BEVIBW of fice is bound with the Pantagraph Cheap Binder free of additional cost. C. F. Hausdorf, manager of Union Hall, announces in another column a grand Thanksgiving ball for to-morrow evening. It will no doubt be an enjoy able affair. The Scandinavians of this city have sent out invitation cards to their friends in the country to a Scandinavi an ball to be held at U-iion Hall, on Satinday, Dec. 4,1880. Since the new time table on the Wi nona & St. Peter railroad went into ef fect, tiains an ive and depart at this 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. — 24 November 1880

MinimumIfiitiTiWTfl i 'I'M ft i mill inn TRAVELE f(SG UDE. Loreno Station. Winona & Saint Peter Railway Eastern Div. Arrive* Depart. Day Passenger #6,30 p.m. *5,15 a-ra Vight Pass'ger J9.40 a.m. *3,05 Freight *3,05p.m. *6,45 a.m Fieight *1,15 a.m. *4,40 p.m Wuler lhr. Arrive. Depart. Passengei *2,55 p.m. *,55 i.ro Freight 3,25 p. m. 3,30 a. FT Might 7,35 p. m. 4,00 a. Minnesota Valley Railway. Arrive. Depart. .Redwood A ."in. *5,15 a.m. *6,35 p.m Except Sunday. Except Mon day. Freight ains arriving here 10m the East at 1,15 a. m. and 3.05 p. m. CHTV passengers from Kasota. L. W. BOUSMAN, Assent. VALLEY SOIL! A Mountain Climate! 0 $W & $ioux City LANDS 1,000,000 ACRES OF rNEQLALED Farming and Stock-Raising Lands Ith unsurpassed natnril vUintages of location climate, sol!, and nemnosi to market. Ondulating prairie of de rich loim, lakes, streams, churches, schools, mills, ttuifty villages, and competing railroads Tlies* Lands are situated in the Counties of Blue Earth, Brown, ...

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. — 1 December 1880

rikMirt **r tS~ VOLUME ITTNO. 48. tHRjejcfehj fjjUview, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER Offtoe ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollarand a half per Yeai in Advance. Kate* of Advertising FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Aavtrtliemtjnts In double column, double tbe tagle eolumn rt *uslneu Card* of five lines, one year 5 oo.ench -Jtlonalllne76ct8 A"1 transient advertisements to be paid for In aean Advertisements inserted in the local notice col imns, ten cts a line for the first insertion and 5 entt a Mne for each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than fifty cents Announcements of marriages and deaths innert d free but obituary notices, except in special cas es, will be charged at advertising rates. Legal notices will be charged 75 cents per folio for tke Irst insertion, and 37 cents per folio for each subsequent insertion Ail legal notices must be pon the responcibility of the Attorney ordering them published, and no affidavit of pubheatiou 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. — 1 December 1880

U iiti i.l iifiiliiir i mintayiftHiftf V $sw ^Utfcw. KHV/ xrxo^, a^iarar Wednesday, December lstl880. The city of Chattanooga, Tenu., has elected a Republican Mayor. Hon. Jas. E. Child, formerly edi tor cf the Waspea Radical is about to make Jackson county his perma nent home. At Youngstown, 0.,abrothei and sister have become husband and wife. They fled together upon learning that they would be prosecuted. The receipts of live hogs at Chica go week before last were the largest on record, being 300,912. 283,000 of this number were salted down in barrels. G. W. Braleythe regular Re publiban nominee of the upper Legislative district was elected by a majority of 376 over Ener Birum, the independent candidate. The Lyon County News has chan ged hands Chas. Whitney, of Mass., has purchased the paper and material, and intends making sever al improvements in the paper. Brick Pomeroy's old partner in the publishing business at La Crosse, Wis., was sentenced on the 24th inst. to five years' ha...

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. — 1 December 1880

ix r. 1 i NEW ULM AND VICINITY. The trial of C. W. Duncan, indict ed for horse-stealing, commenced yes terday, Judge Cox presiding. Don't fail to take in the Scandina vian ball at Union Hall next Saturday evening if you want to spend a few hours pleasantly. The public schools of this place were elosed on Thanksgiving day, giving the teachers and pupils a chance to gnuw the turkey bones unmolested We are grieved to announce the death from diptheri.i of John Lauter bach's four year old daughter, which occurred last Sunday evening. A temperance Red Ribbon club with over sixty members has lately been started at Beaver Falls, with R. G. Bestor as president. The attention of those of our readers who wish to purchase sheep, i called to the advertisement of Ballenger k, Chapin, in this issue of the Review. The Fergus Falls Journal says pota toes in that village retail for 60 cents a bushel, and are scarce at that. The potato crop in that region was a very poor one, hence the high price. Mr....

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. — 1 December 1880

"njri|[i -iyini"ingiigirtyii r&s&^^W- Wl*!" i'Mliajaiaaajiii'mawm TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Loreno Station. Wiona & Stint Peter Railway Eastern tuv. Arrive. Bevart. 6,30 p.m. *5,15a-m J9,40a.ra.*3,05p.m .*3,05p.m. *6,45a.m 1,15 a.m. '4,40 p.in Arrive. Depart. 2,55 p.m. *9,55 i.m 3,25 p. m. 3,30 a. 7,35 p. m. 4,00 a. MinoeiiotA Valley Railway. Arrive. Depart. Day Passenger Vight Pass'ger Freight Freight Western Div. Passengei Freight F light Redwood A ^I:II. *5,15 a.m. *6,35 p.m Except Sunday, Except Mon day. Freight drains arriving here from the East at 1,15 a. m. and 3,05 p. m. car^v passengers from Kasota. L. W. DOUSMAK. Agent. VALLET SOIL! A Mountain Climate! iioux City LANDS! 1,000,000 ACHES OF UNEQUALED Fanning and Stock-Raising Lands Ilk unsurpassed natural advantages of location climate, soil, and nsarnass to market, endnlatlng prairie of deep rich loam, lakes, streams, churches, schools, mills, thrirty Tillages, and competing railroads. TheM Lands are situated In the Cou...

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. — 8 December 1880

VOLUME IIINO. 49. IHRjejcfeltj gUxrfear* PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETBR. Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per Yeai in Advance. Hate* of Advertising FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Adrtrtiiamentfl in doubl* column, double the lag1* column rates. Vuelneu Cards of five 11nee, one year $5 00,each -Jtlonallln76cta All transient advertisements to be paid for In aTnee. AdTertlsemeat8 inserted In the locnl notice col ftana, ten cts a line for tho flrnt insertion and 5 enta a line lor each 8itbquent Insertion but no notice Inserted for leas thai flftj tents Aanouncementa of marringea and deaths insert, d free but obituary notices, except in special cas es, will be charged at advertising rates. Uegal notices will be charged 75 cents per folio for tkelrst insertion, and 37 cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. All legal notices must be pon the responcibility of the Attorney ordering them published, and no affidavit of publication will be given until tn...

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. — 8 December 1880

7~ ^Mssux3aHBamam^ai^, T-aig-':: 'j^isr. WIT..'." ${ Skim fytiiav SJJalW "WXiM. XxCXXTST Wednesday, December 8th, 1880. The miners at the Port Dodge coal mines struck for higher wages on the 1st inst. Most Reverend P. H. Feehai was installed as first archbishop Chicago, at the church of the Hoi) Name, on Sunday the 28th ult. Let H. R. Denny, of Carver, be chosen as speaker of the next Min nesota house We "instruct' all our members to vote for him.Glencoe Enterprise. D. Sinclair & Co- the proprietorsof the Winona Republican, offer their daily and weekly paper, and the entire establishment, for sale at Winona on the 22d of December. The last census shows that Mas sachusetts has 66 044 more females than males. Young ladies of that State should take Greeley's advice and go West. Some of Secretary Sherman's friends feel confident that he will obtain at least two thirds of the votes of the Republican members for the Ohio Senatorghip Mr. Longfellow can take a worth less sheet of paper ...

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. — 8 December 1880

A /t I *t NEW ULM AND VICINITY. See estray notice in another column. S. L. Hilyar has been appointed post master ti Port Ridgely, Judge Cox is holding a term of couit at Marshall this week. Don't fail to attend the Governor's Guard's entertainment at Union Hall next Saturday evening. In portions of Nicollet county a great deal of grain is yet unthreshed, and considerable of it will remainso until spring. The Governor's Guards band was fully organized last week, with P. Meile as leader, and H. A. Subilia, Jr. as instructor. Found at last!A sure cure for Piles without the use of caustic, knife, or any torture whatever in Dr. Posanko's Pile Remedy. 'Louva, the Pauper," and "The Kansas Immigrants" at Union Hall next Saturday evening. The Herald says Harry Baker is now a member of the Sleepy Eye brass band. Lawyers ought to make splendid per formers on brass instruments. Judging from the large quantities of condition powders which were being put up at our drug stores last week, the epizo...

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. — 8 December 1880

iJ-.i, iiliy -fi(Tti guiemmr&m>fim' S*L* TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Loreno Station. Winona & Stint Peter Railway Eastern Dtv. Arrive. Devart Day Passenger "0,30 p.m. *5,15 am Kight Pass'ger {9,40 a.m. Freight #3,05 p.m 3,05p.m. *M 5 a.m Freight *1,15 a.m. *4,40 p.m Wt.ltrn Die. Arrive. Depart. Passenger 2,55p.m. *9,53 i.m Freight 8.25 p. m. 3,30 a. Fi light 7,35 p. m. 4,00 a. Minnesota Valley Railway. Arrive. Depart. Redwood A nn. *5,15 a.m. *6,35 p.m Except Sunday, Except Mon day. Freight trains an i ving here from the East at 1,15 a. m. and 3,05 p. m. arrv passengers from Kasota. L. W. DOUSMAN, -fit fW & Agent. VALLEY SOIL! A Mountain Climate! IOUX City LANDS 1,000,000 ACBES OF UNEQUALED Fanning and Stock-Raising Lands 1th unsurpassed natural a lvantngeofloc ation climate, soil, and nearness to market Dad-latlng prairie of deep rich loam, lakes trMms, churches, schoola, mills, tliriity Tillages, and competing railroads These Lands are situated in the Counties of Blue Garth. ...

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. — 15 December 1880

i VOLUME IIINO. 50. 1 THRjecMx taiie*u. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETEIL Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS On Dollar and a half per Yeai in Advance. Rate* of Advertisi ng FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. Adrcrtiiemanti In dotibl* lolamn, double the Jfl eolumn!rtts. Vuilntu Card* of-five lines, one year $5 00,each Jtlonalllne7cts. All transient adrerUsemonU to be paid for in alvanM. AdTerlisemaata inserted in the local notice col tana, tan cts a line for the first insertion nnd 5 Hnti a line lor each subsequent Insertion but no aottce Inserted for less than fifty cents. Aanouncements of marringes and deaths insert. d free but obituary notices, except in special cm- a, will be charged at advertising rates. Legal notices will be charged 75 cents per folio for the irst insertion, and 27 cents per folio for each subseqaent insertion. Ail legal notices must be npon the responclbility of the Attorney ordering them published, unci no affidavit of publication will be glTn until tne pu...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 15 December 1880

7 1tl ^^ss^^smmmmmm gf^ s&it ^tvkuj. sraw TTXutvX, a^iarar Wednesday, December 15th, 1880. The President's Message. The fourth and last annual mes sage of President Hayes was deliver ed to both houses of Congress on Monday, the 6th inst. As it is a very lengthy document we send it to our subscribers this week in supplement form. The message is one of the best and most forcible ever sent to congress by President Hayes, and it should receive a care ful perusal from the members of both political parties. Diphtheria is raging in New York and Brooklyn. P. Barnum, the great show man, was so ill last Friday as to cause his friends great anxiety. Fort Pierre has five hardware stores and the round and coal bouse are now also about completed. The census of Alfiska shows that it has about 30,000 inhabitants, and of this number 300 are whites. The La Belle House at Water town, D. T., was burned last week. House and contents wen insured for $3,800. "Texas Jack," a horse thief wa arrested by ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 15 December 1880

4 *f NEW ULM AND VICINITY. M. Propping has opened a law office in Leibold's new brick building. There were 380 passengers on the train that left Tracy forth east last Thursday. Mrs. Ed Collins had an attack of diphtheria a few days ago but has now recovered. Theodore Crone pays the highest market price for wheat, in trade or for debts. A. B. "West, of Golden Gate, offers a pair of cattle for sale. See add. in another column. There are now four departments in the public schools of our neighboring town of Sleepy Eye. The backbone of the cold snap was broken last Saturday and the weather since then has been mild and soft. Ask for Dr. Bosanko's Rheumatic Cure, only 75 cents per bottle. A ab solute cure for Rheumatism. August Jeske and Sophie Gaetke were married, by the Rev. Simon, on Thursday last, at the residence of the bride's parents. Ohas. Stuebe last week shipped three car loads of dressed hogs to Fort Pierre destined for the Black Hills. will ship several more car loads this week...

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. — 15 December 1880

i TRAVELERS GUIDE. Loreno Station. Waon* & Saint Peter Railway Eastern Dxv. Arrive Dcvart. Day Passenger *6,30 p.m. *5,15 am Night Pass'ger J0,40 a.m. Freight #3,05 p.m #3,05p.m. Freight... *M5 a.m p.m #1,15a.m. #4,40 Western Die. Arrive. Depart. Passenger *2,55 p.m. *9,53 i.m Freight 3,25 p. m. 3,30 a. Freight 7,35 p. m. 4,00 a. Minnesota Valley Railway. Arrive. Depart. Redwood A corn. *5,15 a.m. *6,35 p.m Or* Except Sunday, Except Mon day. Freight trains arriving here from Ihe East at 1,15 a. m. and 3,05 p. m. arry passengers from Kasota. L. W. DOUSMAN, Ascent. VALLEY SOIL! A Mountain Climate! #ioux City LANDS! 1,000,000 ACHES OF UNEQLTALED Farming and Stock-Raising Lands 1th unsurpassed natural advantages of location climate, soil, and nearness to market, /adulating prairie of deep rich lonra, lakes, streams, churches, schools, mills, thrifty Tillages, and competing railroads. These Lands are situated in the Counties of Blue Carta, Brown, Watonwan, Martin, Cottonwood, Taskson...

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. — 22 December 1880

~v VOLUME ITTNO. 51. Xtjeuitw. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. O&ce ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per Yeai in Advance. ItateM.ofjAdvertilnff FURNISHED UPOH APPLICATION. Adrtrtiiemonts in uoublt olumn, doable the lagl* eolumn rttti. latlnm Cards of-flve lines, one year 95.00, each -Jtlonal line 75 cts. jklltraniient advertisements to be pnid for in atanM Advertisements inserted in the locnl notico col. tans, ten cts a line for the first insertion and 5 ante a lino tor each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for ness than fifty cants. Announcements of marriages and deaths inert d free but obituary notices, except in special cas es, will be charged at advertising rates. Lftffal notiees will be charged 75 cents per folio for tftetrftt insertion, and 37 cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Ail legal notices must be upon the responcibility of tho Attorney ordering them paWthd, and no affidavit of publication. Will be given until tne ...

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. — 22 December 1880

l^sjuj &\m fytvittv. 3MJU-W "OTLAfi, a^IXTXT Wednesday, December 22d, 1880. Several deaths have occurred in Chicago lately from trichinae which were contained in smoked ham. The Commissioner of Pensions thinks that about $4,000,000 a year are paid out for bogus pensions. Gen. 0. O. Howard has been ap pointed as commandant of the mili tary academy at West Point, to succeed Gen. Schofield. Senator Blaine has introduced a bill for the reduction of letter pos tage from three to two cents per ounce. The estate of the late Horace Thompson of St. Paul amounts to over one and a half million of dol lars. Major Newson, of St. Paul, is to deliver the annual address before the Minnesota editorial association, which meets in that city next month On the completion of the new Pillsbury mill, at Minneapolis it will require 100 cars per day to carry the wheat and flour to and from that establishment. A new Norwegian Baptist church was dedicated at Minneapolis last Sunday. This, we believe, is th...

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. — 22 December 1880

Jr- -tr-*., 1 NEW TJLM AND VICINITY. TIEBB CHRISTMAS, "We take pleasure in wishing the pa trons and fiiends of ye REVIEW a very, very merry Christmas. Gottfried Thorman, died in this city last Thursday, at the advanced age of meaily 76 years. There was a dance at Turner hall Saturday evening, but we learn that the attendance was rather small. Jos. GrJles's child, about six weeks old, died last Friday night of cholera infantum, after an illness of about four clays. A very large number of cars loaded .tli wood have within the last fow h\y. gone past this place, bound for il western regions. A^ Our Garfield subscribers are coming to time handsomely. That's right, boys, when you are whipped always acknowledge the corn. The Masonic fraternity of this city are making extensive preparations for holding a grand ball at Turner Hall, on Thursday evening the 19th of next month. J. T. Odegard, formerly a machine agent at this place, but during the last few years a resident of St. Paul, is now l...

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. — 22 December 1880

i TRAYELERS GUIDE. Loreno Staition. Winona & Saint Peter Railway Eastern Div. Arrive. Devart. Day Passenger #6,30 p.m. *5,15 a-m Night Pass'ger t,40 a.m. *3,05 p.m Freig ht *3,05 p.m *6,45 a.m Freight *1,15 a.m. *4,40 p.m Wulern Die. Arrive. Dtpart. Passenger *2,55 p,m. i.m Freight 3,25 p. m. 3,30 a. tight 7,35 p. 4,00 a. Minnesota Valley Railway. Arrive. Depart. Redwood A ori. "5,15 a.m. *6,35 p.m I2T* Except Sunday, Except Mon day. Freight trains arriving here from the East at 1,15 a. at. and 3,05 p. carry passengers from Kasota. L. W. DOUSMAN, Agent. VAIXE7 SOIL! A Mountain Climate! $ioux City LANDS I 1,000,000 ACBES OF UNEQUALKD Farming and Stock-Raising Lands lth unsurpassed natural ad vantages of location cllrtiate, soil, and nearness to market. Ovulati ng prairie of doop rich loam, lakes, il-emB, churches, schools, mills, tlirlrty Tillage!, and competing railroads. ThM Lands are sttuatod in the Counties of Blue trth Brown, Watonwan, Martin, Cottonwood, Jaefcion Murray, No...

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. — 29 December 1880

*lvcrtitting OK APPLICATION. Is column, donble the one year $5 00, each -~4 tg to be paid for in )erteTTrrtJ local notice col /forthe first insertion and 5 .liuibajquentinaeition but no Mess thin fifty cents 1 )f mai riages and deaths insert .try notirea, except in special cs i nt advertibing rates. ul lie clmrged 75 cents per folio for Ion, ind 37 cents per folic for each "irtion Ml legal notice* must be (ponc'bihtyi.f the Attorney ordering *tiad, and no affidavit of publication will mil tne publiration fees irepiid tlon w'th the paper,*we hm a sple n neat f lobbing material, ami we are execute ali kinds ot printing in a style d and it tBf derate rntes Business Cardi, J. FOSTER, NEW 1, MINN. tu 1 sc of te eth for 810.00. fe ovei f.'^sfctimimls.., hardware BB&R7, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. M,r* A^ TJ CITY DRI Irons, vr MINNESOTA HARDF,, -"u^lDCNT DENTIST,! Bee, corner KMMI, and Pint. St*. |ULM, MINNE80TA jKUHLMAN PH CMD PHYSICIAN & CIIK M'V* I md Drui^ Sto i np\r door to Skandi 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. — 29 December 1880

2ST3B-VKT tTXA*,, 3^XIiT3iT Wednesday, December g9th, 1880. VOLUME IV, NUMBER 1. With this issue the REVIEW The poet, John G. Whittier. was seventy-three years old on Friday of week before last. I is reporte that lioldt Dr. Strong, president of Carlton college, returned week before last from a trip to Mexico. Edward Eckstein was banished rora Sioi FiUi a t"W di^s sinu pcause he was an incurable peJy lief. The daily circulation of the Chi go Tribune is estim ir at about C000 copies. The iir number ol ns paper was published in 1847. It is said that sheriff Thompson's es, accruing from the ll.irwood eizures and sales in Minneapolis vill amount to about ^8,000 The Normanna Society of St Paul Ave resolved to call Bjornstj^rne ornson, Norway's renowned po't, IB deliver a ltcture shortly after Christmas. A laige number of cases of diph theria are reported the city of Juffalo, N. Y., and in one seclioi. he public schools were closed. A military company is being or ganized at Watertown, Dak ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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