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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 December 1880

4M Mint %Ltv\tvc asrEvcr -O-X^M:, it^rxsTasr Wednesday, December #)th, 1880. YOUiNti IV, NUMBER I. With tins issue the KKVIKW enters upon its fourth year. For three Vears we liave striven to hnild up a newspaper that would be a credit to ^ew rim and Brown county, and aucmg bark at the initial nuinlx-r, i five coin inn folio sheet, which was Tinted on an old dilapidated hand ir.'ss, and then at the current nuni iicr, printed on a power press, wlh steam for motive power, we feed as though our elforts have not been wholly ill vain- Our gradually in reasinu' subscription list, and advor ising patronage, is a still more grati fying sign that o^r work is appreci ated- W have always discussed politics and other public questions ill a fearless and outspoken manner, and thereby may have made enemies in some quarter?., and probably in a few instances injured our other bus iness but we feel that in the main we have pursued the proper mrse. To our numerous friends in tic county and State ivho h...

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. — 29 December 1880

it -rt A i ^^f|C,KRW YE Alt. isthfelast i :Xt issue.1' issue in the old the new year will beadvanc li days before the RKVIEW ikesits weekly visit, we now i ^ur patrons and friends VJ AKi) PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. ^Wer .will preseji|i our city ^fSTxearsday with his i^dtfess and a beautiful calendar '^rvfietfvirig th,Q REVIEW by mail ,?u receive the calendar with the SoefCotmty* Treasurer Schubert's tax notice in another column. The storm of Sunday postponed the ,t eaier which was to be given at Tur- !n Hall at that time. During the first part of this week JSTO. 1 wheat was 72 cents while Xo. 2 brought 69 cents per bushels. T't~ ctua.orecl.that our sheriff-elect contemplates matrimony with one of the fair daughters of the town of Mul ligan. Of course Ed. knows what he is alout. C. F, Hausdorf will give a grand i New Year's ball at Union Hall on New 1 Year's eve.- No pains will be spar ed to muke this one of the mosb attract ive balls of the season. ?ee ad. in an other column of this week'...

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. — 29 December 1880

LM VXD VFCIXITY is tbo la-a issue in ibe i li nt'W year will lit- :i-.Iv.-in-- tl hy before the Ri.vimv -bS il.S V.-rekly Visit. WO HilU Ml' patrons unl i'riem'.s \M i']:oi'Ki:o[ NKW vi:.\!:. i 111 jin-si'iit our cii 1 A i fin's (lay witli his b,, Ire.ss am i i licaulii'i:] calendar i\'in,4 I::.VI I-:\V by mail I'IM 'ivt1 tin: i'. 11 11 I a Willi lie 'lei'} YpM-uivr Seb:ibe:'L\s bix .a .cmibmr c.,Imnii. -Tin of Sunday |HI-,I tim i' limb iV.is bi In' ^'i ai at 'i'ar- i.i i ii 1 hat 1 iaie, I .n ii lie ii si paid uf i his i' 'at was ~rl cents Idle \u. i cent per lmsimi.s. ,red 11 oar died!'!'- .ii,a iti-s inatiiiiioiiy with our: of ,i daughters of 'he town of Mul- ui. course Kd. know what he is !li" 'rf wi a j'a-aii'1 .irA hall il bbmii 11 wi on Nmv i: A eve. pains v, bl be spar- ,,i L:. i.-. i I i. 1 1 i a'. id of wic i .oil. i. iii a: uaui tins c.'ids ib :vi i.w. i. inf...an a it i win i'aid- low a of 1,'md' is a .",im!b 1' as-:-i i:,!. cam m.. a! arias in 'de. Kd. leu !M- a tb.-ivb...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 December 1880

$ Devart. *M0 p.m. x'assengt #5,15 a-m tMOa-m. *3,05p.jjr .3,05 p.m. Mfira^m .#1,15 Wight Pass'ger Freight Freight Western Div. Passenger Freight Freight HinneiotA Valleyp.m. Railwaya. I Arrive. Depart. Bedwood A jftora. *5,15 a.m. *6,35 p.m XT- Except Sunday. Except Mon day. Freight trains arriving here from Ihe East at 1,15 a. m. and 3.05 p. m. carry passengers from Kasota. L. W, DOUSMAN. Aent. arth. *4,40 p.m Arrive. Depart. 2,55 p.m. *9,5Si.m 3,25 p. m. 3,30 a. 7,35 4,00 VALLEY SOIL! A Mou|t|in Climate! fit fktd & jsioux City LANDS I 1,000,000 ACRES OF L'NEQTJALED Fanning and Stack-Raising Lands lth unsurpassed natural advantages of location liraate, soil, and nearness to market. taduUtinc prairie of deep rich loam, lakes, streams, churches, sohools, mills, thrifty Tillage*, and competing railroads. These Lands are situated In the Counties of Blue arth Brown, Watonwan, Martin, Cottonwood, Veefcton. Murray, Nobles, and ilock, in Minnesota, id in Oscao!'., Dickinson, Sioux, nn...

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. — 5 January 1881

1 i 41 att xui' ap I tei mi1 I LjccUlt fpirieiu. FUBUSHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY TBRM8: One Dollar and a half per Yeai in Advanee. Raton ol|A.dTertlalnir FURNIiHBD UPOH APPLICATION AdTrtlamnta Inflve douII column, doable the wilt eolumn rates Jl,n*"f,9*rlI"o line:e,^^forhleas T\R C. BERRY, #5 OO.eoch llne, 0 t!tlonelllno76cU All trmltujf adTertisementi to be paid for In AdTertlaemaitlanof firt inaortlon and 6 th lnaerted in the local notico col. mnrlK* Mc deaths Insert fo enU a toreac aubiequent insertion but no nt motlae0inaerted than iUtj cents ed freej but obituary notlcea, except in special caa- w, will be charted at aiUertlfting ruton. Ucal nottwa will be thaiged 76 cent* per folio for tfeef rst insertion, and J7 cent* per folio for CHCB subsequent insertion A.l legal notices must ho pon the reeponcibllity of tho Attoi ney ordering them published, and nonfflrtnyit of publtcatiou will be jlTen until tne publication fees are pMd eonneetlon wt the paper, we hme a aplen. ilf aesortmeatef ...

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. — 5 January 1881

nuin mey sold tor $237, Commissioner Le Duo, of th Bureau of Agriculture, has made ar rangments to establish a tea farm ii South Carolina* Harwood, the great Minneapoli bankrupt, has fled to parts unknow It is now conceded that the swind ling failure was premeditated. A. S. Logan, a lineal descendai of the once famous Indian chiei, has been appointed to a positioi in the Interior department. The railroads|of the United State, are now aboutp hundred thousan miles in extern, which is great tr than in the entire world besides. W. H. Irynn's dwelling house contentsivere burnt on Wedn sday of last ufeek, at Gi unite Falls. The buildiyfe was insured for $626. derwert, who was elected pres ide^it of the Swiss confederation year 1881, committed suicide at jrne on the evening of the 25 lit. The modest little sum of 824,995 was placed in the St. Paul city trea sury fr^m liquor licenses, and $1,515 from dog licenses. State Treasurer Kittelsuu 1ms re reived $1,712,082,36 into the State treasury...

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. — 5 January 1881

rj i i i 4 ft NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Officers of Brown County Post Office Address New Ulm. AVDITORH. B. Constana. TRBASUKXRF. Schubert. RMISTBR OF DKKDI-A. Walton. JUJIOI: or PROBATEE. Braudt. Cr.KRK OF THE DIIT. COURTAlbertBl&nchard. SMBRIFFKdward Caaey. StrnvEYOKJ. Berndt. COURT OOMMISSIOKBRE. G. Koch. COHHTY ATTORNEYB. F. Webber. OOROHSRJonas LaudeNschlager. COCNTY SUPERINTENDENTD. G. Clary. COMMISSIONERSChnsWnt ner.ch(iirmnn,OStone. George Heart, A. Larson.John Dorster. NEW ULM PRODUCf MARKET. Corrected weekly by R. PrxrrKRLT, Wheat No. 1 76 No. 2 73 Flour per bbl $5.206.50 Oats, per bushel 25 Barley, per bushel 4060 CJorn per bushel 30 Potatoes, per bushel 25 Hams, per lb 10 Cheese per lb 20 Lard per lb 8 Rye flour, per bbl 5.00 Salt, per bbl 2.00 Butter., per lb 1216 Honey, per lb 20 Eggs, per dot 18 PROGRESS LODGE NO. 28, //'A/'liiti.^v' Meets every Thursday evening at Union Hall. Brothers from abroad are cordially invited. HENRY CONSTANS, M. W NEW PLOT LODGE NO. 53, meets...

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. — 5 January 1881

I gol VALLEY SOIL! A Mountain Climate! $ioiix: City LANDSI 1,000,000 ACRES OV UNKQUALED Fanning and Stock-BaisingLands Ilk. unsurpassed natural adrantages of location ellmate, soil, and nearness to market, miniating prairie of clasp rich loam, lakes, streams, churches, tahooli, mills, thrifty villages, and competing railroads. Ymese Land. r altn.ttad in the CVuntUa of Bin* Bar.*, Brown, Watonwan. Martin, Cottonwood, Hdkaon, Murray, Nobles, and Hock, in Minnesota, 4 to Osceola, Dlckini on, Sioux, and Lyon, in lowa| and ara offcrsd at Low Pricfi on Long Via*, with libaral dlcouni for caah. Don't yurehass a homa for tha future before you call pon or address JAS. DRAKE, Land Commissioner, St. Paul. Tha Company hare sstabliehed Local Lan Agent* a i.ttadelia, rfevr L'lm, St. James. Fair saor. t, Manntaln Lah, Windom, Heron Luke. Falda, Worlhington, Sib'oy, Luverno, Rock Rapids, and Kd_rton. Parties dastvln* topurohaae Town Lots in any r the growing Towns along the line of the St. Paul ail...

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. — 12 January 1881

I S S^*' ^a^gggMte^Kwa^^' VOLUME IT. -NO. 3. tihty $etfietu. BuHtttfM CardU J. R. FOSTER, 3D E N I S NEW ULM, MINN. A full tat of tteth for S10.00. Gas *4minliUrd by Dr. Berry and teeth extracted without pain. Office over Beussmann't hardware tort. V\*v MMtr, fnWCUH A fUMMfl. ^tvnfti A T* Dice 8TOM. tfTJt, MINNESOTA J|lt a. JUKBHI, UfAlDlNT MlTTIBT, tfftca, eetear Sin. and I&* Sta. Mlf TTLltt, MINNESOTA. ELI XTJHLMAN, PH. M. D. ptrraiciATV TIEIJITBT. Office anfl Drug Store next door to Skandinayian House. fttwUlB, Afinn. K^Bi^BaiaaaeeeaBaaaaBBBBaeaaaaaaaaaBBaBBB*aa DR. B. CARL, Physician and Surgeon. tEWULM, MINN. ajfflee and residence on 3d North Str. DR. J. W. B. WELLCOME, rYHSlCUN ft SURGEON, BLMFYEYK, MINN. DR. H. A. HITCHCOCK, Physician & Surgeon, rTill attend to calls night or day. OFFICE AT m. XV Hltelicoak'e Dritff Store. Banii, Brown Co., Minn. DR. G. WELLNER, etit^efS^t. Formals Armen Aret 2nr "North Star Diapensary," Chiengo* hat sich permanent in Burns niedergtla...

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. — 12 January 1881

,tv i gjfy Aim |Uteitf. arsror OIA*. a^fiiarar Wednesday, January 12th, 1881. By the burning of a county asy lum in New Hampshire last Friday, thirteen paupers perished in the flames. Truth, the paper that first made public the forged Chinese letter, has lately admitted thst the document was a forgery, and promises to give the name of the author to the proper court of justice. H. Humphrey, who erected the first house that was ever built upon the present site of the village of Lake Crystal and who has since re sided at that place, left a few days agofoi Colorado. Mount Baker in Washington Ter ritory is reported to be xan ^active volcano. On the 12th ult. the mountain was in eruption, and a sharp shock of earthquake was felt the evening before. Hon# Eugene Hale, of Maine, was unanimouly nominated for U. S. Senator from that State, at the Re publican caucus held last Friday. On the same day Senator Cockrell was renominated for a similar posi tion by theDemocratic caucus of the Missouri...

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. — 12 January 1881

1 'V f. If *r t -SfFfi. *r*~rM- i 4 NEW ULM AND VICINITY. from Iberia and this issue, will Communications Albln, crowded out in appear in our next. Considerable lacal matter is crowd ed out this week by the county com* missioners' proceedings and personal tax list. A cup of coffee cooked the Eu reka steamer given away at the post office. We are requested to state that the club dance at Union Hall this week will be held on Friday evening. Mem bers will please take notice. Senator Peterson has taken up" his quartera at the Merchants, and repre sentative Zieske at the Clarendon, at the capital city. The St. Peter Tribune interviewed J. Zieske when he was on his way to St. Paul last week, and found him to be a supporter of Gen.Sanborn for the U. S. Senate. The Redwood Falls village election on Tuesday of last week resulted in a tie between the two candidates. V. //otchkiss and 0. L. Dornberg, for President of the council. The Governor's Guards at their meeting last week Tuesday decided ...

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. — 12 January 1881

i*r- TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Loreno Station. WiBftia ft Saint ftter Railway Eastern Di9. Arrive* Devart. Day Passenger #6,30 VALLEf SOIL! A Mountain Climate! fit W & $ioux City LANDS! 1,000,000 ACRES OT TJNBQUALED Fanning and Stock-Raising Lands Ilk onsarpasseil natural advantages of location eMtneto, soil, and nearness to miirket. adnlatlng prelrl* of rtssp rich loam, lakes lie-earns, ehurshes, schools, mills, thrifty villages, and competing railroads. Taeao Lands art situated in the Counties of Blu gfcrth, Brown, Watonwan, Martin, Cottonwood, tadhfOB, Mnrrar, Nobles, and Hock, in Minnesota, i la Osceola, Dleklnson, Sioux, and Lyon, in ftiwai ead are ofered at Low Prices on Long Hat, wltb liberal discounts for cash. Don't Sarekuroaddrsste pon K'SH S 5 hom for the future before yon call JAS. DRAXK, Land Commissioner, St. Paul. The Comnenf hare established Local Lnn Agents a LTIadslla, Ifew Ulm. ft. James, Pair aott, Xevntaln Lake, Windom, Heron Lake. Velds, Worthington, Stblsr, Lnrern...

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. — 19 January 1881

igr-oisr*-* OLUME IV. -NO 4. ^Eecliltj gcweio. rtTBLTSHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per Yeai in Advance. Rates of lAdvertialuff FURNISHED VPOK APPLICATION. ~A4rrrl8eaea* in doable eolumn, double the jute Hi rates. Valine*) Cards of lite lines, one year S5 OO.eneh vnoMlnneTSata. U Hanslenf.advertieemente to be paid for In advance ASVWftaamenta Inserted In ttie local notice col amn^ Mangels a*llne fer the fret Insertion and 6 enk rle for each'snbaequentand Insertion:s but n.o aatUelaaartcdfor less than tfty tents _-^?0Vi.c*'??,, awing death insert H met bat aMtwury noMces, accept in special cas es, vttl be charged at advertising rates. tl*)KJ aottaea will be ebarged 75 cents per folio for the Srst tawrtlen, and 31 tents per folio for each abmqaeat InserMen All leawl notices must be tarn Ma responsibility ef ttoe Attorney otderine Atom aabMshetl, aat ao afldnvlt of publication will ke Sfiea aa*a tae publication fees are ...

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. — 19 January 1881

i I ^JJIW cnAg,agx^ra Wednesday, January 19th, 1881. Sioux Falls charges $400 per year for a saloon licence. 9BE N. Harwood, the renowned Minneapolis bankrupt, was lately seen in Jacksonville, Florida. Bismarck has expended $100,000 in building improvements during the last year. Bjcevnstierne Bjoruson lectured to a large audience of Scandinavians at Minneapolis on Tuesday evening of last week. Large numbers of Hebrews have be gun to emigrate from Germany the United States, and will probab ly be largely increased. Eli Frick, engineer at Van Dnsen & Co'8 elevator at Redwood Falls, had his foot badly crushed in som geauugs about ten days ago. TOV. Pillsbiuy has adv meed $3 500 from h' private means to he and furnish th Tnsan asylum Rochester, for the leception ot tients. The Minneapolis Millers' Associa tion state that fully forty per cent of the wheat in stock in Minneapolis will grade No 1 hard, and fifty per cent, of the balance is No. 2. During the last ten ears, the consumptio...

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. — 19 January 1881

11/ NBW ULM AND VICINITY. Canby was without train of any kind for twelve days during the block ade of last month. A portion of a freight car got off the track near Nicollet yesterday morning delaying the west-going train nearly three hours. A grandchild of Fr Engel died of diphtheria at his house during the lat ter part of last week and was buried on Sunday. Jos. Bobleter will this evening re ceive a splendid assortment of masks and masquerade trimmings. Come in oud see the many new things. A portion of the wood pile at the school house in Sigel, on the banks of Clear Lake, was lately curried away 0 some unknown individual. The medicines of DXTNDAS DICK & Co. are unexcelled for elegance, purity, and relia bility. Their Seidlitine Seidlitz Powder*, are as pleasant as Lemonade. Their Soft Cajoles are world famous. See Advt. Diphtheria and scarlet fever are re ported to be raging in different parts of Butternut Valley, Blue Earth county, several children having died from thv former...

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. — 19 January 1881

4?: ft ilk. -$ N i TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Loreno Station. Winona Saint Peter Railway Eastern Dtv. Arrive. Dtvart. Day Passenger #6,30 VALLEY SOIL! A Mountain Climate! $iotix City LANDS! 1,000,000 ACRES OF TJNKQUALED Farming and Stock-Raising Lands 1th ataurpassed natural advantages of location llmata, soil, and nearne** to market. Vadalating pralrla of daap rich loam, lakes tcaama, ahurahas. aahoola, mills, thrifty Tillages, and competing railroads. Thaaa Lands are situated in the Counties of Blue ferth, Brown, Watonwnn, Martin, Cottonwood, VMksoo, Murray, Nobles, and Hock, in Minnesota, a* la Of oaola, Dickinson, Slous, and Lyon, in bwsi and ars offered at Low Prices on Long Hat, with liberal discounts for cash. Don't firskaas a horns for the future before you cull lpon or address JA3. DRAKE, Land Commissioner. St. Paul. The Company hare established Local l,:mf 4tat4 l.nndelia, N. Um. 8t. James. Fair. aot,l, Xnntin Lnks, Winlons, Heron Luke falrtft, ^orlhiiiRton, Siblyy, Luverno, Kocb. ...

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. — 26 January 1881

i i* *A v. VOLUME IV. NO. 5. Wieclily gkukui, PUBLISHED E\ERY WEDNE&DAl BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office o\ei City Dui atom TERMS One Dollar and ahnlfper Year in Atrftnee. Rate* of \d\ertiaing FURNISHED UPON \PPLtCArION f A*vertiee*t8 in double eolumn, ilouble tho frfile Mlnina rates ^uBiness Cards of flvo lines, one jear go 00, each ttttoniil line 75 ets All transient (hertlsement8 to be pan' for In adranee A4rerttemenU Inserted In the local notico col anna, "ten eta a'llne fer the Brut insertion ind 5 otats a tltia tor each subsequent insertion, but no MMlaMrlsdfor less th tft\ conts Announcements of maniujKs and deaths insert et free bat eMtunry notices, except in special uis- wfl.1 be charged at aa\erti*tiig lates. S**v-1 notlw-s will beth irjert To ents per folio for Ae tr^t latjertion, and i" .enS per folio fn ta i obs*jaen insertion All Icjcnl notices i^t le apm the reeponclbillty of Mic Utorntj oi rann avbttstied, in no aifi 1 v\lt of public \t (i ill fp an*B tne aufehc itlon tc...

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. — 26 January 1881

araa-w TTXJ&C. a&x&rxr Wednesday, January 26th, 1881 Desiring to furnish the patrons of the REVIEW all the important news, we will for the next two months send out each week a supplement containing, among many other things, a summary of each day's do ings of Congress and our Sta*e legis lature, thus giving our readers each week twelve additional columns of reading matter. A recent census taken by the city authorities of Fargo shows that that city has a population of 3,027. H. Staikloff. a car repairer Owatonna was instantly killed Medford on the 18th inst. while the act of coupling cars. New York is the birthplace of thirty of the members of the pres ent legislature12 Senators and 18 representatives, more than one-fifth of the whole Edward Larson has retired from the management of the Western Minnesota Press, published at Will mar, and is succouled b) MtSsi^ Wood bum & Uulaeth At Giten BIN, Wis, a M\\}U named Christian Ivet, was last VKLK tin own agiin-t a revolving ...

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. — 26 January 1881

I NEW ULM AND VICINITY Officer! of Brown County Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constsns 7mmAv%n*T. Schubert. BUUTIH or SUM-.A Walton. Jvn*B or PBOBATZE Brandt 0(.SBK or van DIIT. COURTAlbertBlanchard. anamirrEdward Casey. SVKVBTOXJ Berndt Ootmr OOMMISSIOH*E O Koch ODOBTY ATTORHKTB Webber. OOROBBBJonaa LaudeNschlager OOVXTT SVJPBRIRTXMDKIITD G. Clary OOMMSMIOMKRSChas Wagner.chairman, OStone, Qeorge Heart, A. Larsonjohn Dorster. NEW ULM PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected weekly by R. PrxrrxRLY, Wheat No. 1 87 No. 2 84 Flour per bbl 85.20730 Oat9, per bushel 25 Barley, per bushel .4050 Corn per bushel 30 Potatoes, per bushel 22 Hams, per lb. 10 Cheese per lb 20 Lard per lb.* 8 Bye flour, per bbl 4,00 Salt, per bbl 2.00 Butter, per lb 1315 Honey, per lb 20 Eggs, per doa 15 PROGRESS LODGE NO. 28, ft Meets every Thursday evening a Union Hall. Brothers from abroad we cordially invited. HENRY CONSTATS, M. W NEW UL LODG E NO. 53, meets evory Saturday evening. Broth ers from abroad are cord...

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. — 26 January 1881

-4* tTV rlg. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Loreno Station. Winona & Saint Peter Railway Eaatrrn biv. irrive. Devurt Day Passenger *fl,30 p.m. *5,15 a Might Pass'ger jy,40 a.m. *3,05 in Freight *3,05 p.m. *0,45 ...in Freight *l,15a.m. *4,40p.m Western Die Arrive. Depait. Passengei *2,53 p.m. *9,55 i.m Fxeight 3,25 p. m. 3,30 a. Freight 7,35 p. 4,00 a. Minnesota Valley Railway. Arrive. Depart. Beflwood A mn. *5,15 a.m. *6,35 p.m Wf Except Minday. Except Mon day. Freight 'lams ani\ing heieliom ftbe East at 1,1* a. in. and 3,05 p. m. aan'T passengers fiom K.vsota. L. W. DOUSMAN, Agent. VALLEJTSOIL! A oui tain Climate! $iotix City LANDS I 1,000,000 ACRES OF LNB.Ql.ALLD Fanning and Stock-Haising Lands 1th oarpasbsl ni il i (vantagesof 1 iitioi etlmtts, .oil, aiitl nt irnos to mnr'tot SalnUtlng prairie of cle-'p iich lonni lakes t-m, ehurohab, soho )ls, mill*,, llmfty \illno ind competing railroad* Taste Laids nto titunti 1 in the Countlt of blue flaffta, Dr wn, il mw ntin Gottomvcol JMItSOn, Mprr...

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