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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 2 February 1881

i i a VOLUME IV. NO. 6. PCBLISHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office vei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per Yeai in Advance. Kates off Advertising FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION Afvrtt*eBeita In douMe column, doable the foci* NIIBI rates 4aiiet Cards of five Hues, one year 5 00,each tftfoaal line Hats. All transient a*Ytrtinenienta to bo paid for In araiee AavmHaeniants lnnrted In the local notico col IBM, tan eta afllne far the tret insertion ind 6 mlas Ifm for each subsequent inseition but no aattaa-inaarted for leee than fifty tents AaRpaaoamanHof maniiiaee and deaths insert. fraai tmt bJtwvry notices, e*cept in special cas- m, art!I be efcared at advarhMng rates. TVjsgal notrVms will be charged 76 cents per folio for fee lrst iaaartlen, and 37 tents per folio for each aabaaqaeat insertion All loanl notices must be aa ha raaponeiblllty of Mie Attorney ordering A aabltRtwd, aai ao afirtavit of pu biie itiou will a* gtven BBM Ime pnbhoatlon fees are paid In oaaecUo...

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. — 2 February 1881

jfyu &lm ^oritur* STEW QXiX^. acrarar Wednesday, February 2d, 1881 Haroood, the Minneapolis bank rupt, is said to have gone to South America. The State Normal Board is com posed of two Methodists, one Con gregationalism one Episcopalian, one Uuitaiian, one Presbyterian and one Univeisalist. Nine skunks took possession of a school house at White Bear Lake, compelling the teacher and scholars to vacate, and stay until the animals were killed by citizens. Gary, D.T., has organized a com pany to build a flouring mill. A slock company are also arranging to open a large sheep ranche among the coteaus near that place. Senator Perkins of Wmdom and Hon. Kniss, of LuVerne will start a bank In tr wllage of Win dom, Cottonwood county, next Spring. A charivari party in the town of Riverdale, Watonwan count\, w.is recently fired into by the bride groom's mother, and a ung boj named Tweed received several shots in his face and some in his clothing. The post-trader's store at Fort Snelhng was d...

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. — 2 February 1881

&- '^waVis \v^ N1W ULM AND VICINITY OfBcort of Brown County Pot o.tTlee Address New Ulm. AVMTO*H. B. Conatens. vemASTramF. tctiubert. or OUDI-A. Walton. Jvma or FKOBATXE. Brandt. Chime ev DMT. CormTAlbertBlsnchard. Iwurff-Uwtrd Cm. trrraTmJ Bermlt. Oetmr OeMMieeiownE. O. Koch. fnrnv AvrnmitaTK. r. Webber. Oeaueae, Jonae Laixlsa-schlager. Otvm lrtiiirTnaiiT-n. U. Clai y. lowaxeCha Waensr.chairman, OStons, Heart, A. Lurtun.Juhn Dorster. NIW ULM PMOBUCf MARKiT. Corrected weekly by R. PrarrrxnLY, TThent No. 1 87 No. 2 84 Flour per bbl S5.2073o Outs, pr bushel 25 Brl7, per bushel 405n Corn pr bushel 30 Potato!, per bushel 22 Hams, per lb 10 Cfctese per lb 20 Lard per lb 8 By* flour, per bbl 4,00 Bait, per bbl 2.00 Bnttor, per \b 1315 Honey, per lb J Eggs, per cloz 15 PROGRESS L0IMSE NO. 18, Meet* every Thursday evening a Fnion nail. Brothers from abroad cordially invited. HlSNTiY OONSTAKS, M. W NEW ULM LODGE NO. 53, meets every Saturday evening. Broth ers from abroad are cordially in...

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. — 2 February 1881

Loreuo Stuor J?4***- KionBrowns, & S*in Peter Railway ~$Urn Div. Arrive. Depart. Day Passenger "6,30 p.m. *5,15 a-m Night Pass'ger tf,40 a.m. #3,05 L. W. p.m Freight *3,05p.m. O^S a.m Freight *1,15 a.m. *4,40 p.m Wt~Urn Div. Arrive. Depart. Passengei *2,55 p.m. *9.55 i.m Freight 3,25 p. m. 3,30 a. Flight 7,35 p. m. 4,00 a. Minnesota Valley Railway. Arrive. Depart. Jtedwood A .Mim. *5,15 a.nv. *6,35 p.m \W* Except Sunday, t.Except Mon day. Freight trains arriving here from the East at 1,15 a. a\. and 3.05 p. m. carry passengers from Kasota. DOUSMAN, Agent. VALLEY SOIL! A ou ntain Climate! fit I W & $ioux dity LANDS! 1,000,000 ACRES OF UNEQUALED Fanning and Stock-Raising Lands 1th MMirpnsaed nfttur.il advantages of location alltnata, soli, and nearness to'market. Vadalating prairie of deep rich loam, lakes, skra&mi, ahurahes, schools, mills, thrifty Tillage*, and competing railroads. TkN Land ara situated in the Counties of Blue h, Watonwan, Martin, Cottonwood, Marray. Nob...

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. — 9 February 1881

J& 4 1 1 ft he* "T^sr VOLUME IV. NO. 7. WRecliUj gtcumu. PCBLI&JtSD EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETE11. Office evin City Drug Store. TERMS i One Dollar and a half per Yeai in Advance. Ratal Advertising FURNISHED lTPON E3gB--BB~T"B~ I i. Jiu nine as Cardi. J. R. FOSTER, 3D E 1ST I S NEW ULM, MINN. A full set of teeth foi $10.00. Gas administered by Di. Beny and teeth extracted without pain. Office ever Bcussmann's hardware tors. T\R BERRY, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Orr-ica AT TUB CITY IJK C STOKK I^W ULM, AllNNFbOl r^R. A. WARDEN, RESIDENT DENTI8T, Office, comer Minn and Fn*t SU JEW ULM, MINNESOTA ELI KUHLMAN, PH. C. M. D. PHYSICIAN A. CISEItl/^T. Office and Drug Store next door to Skandinavian House. New Vim, Minn. DR. B. CARL, Physician and Snrgeon. NEW ULM, MINN. Office and lesidenee on 3d Noith Sti. DR. J. W. B. WELLCOME, PYHSICIM & SURGEON, SLEEPY EYE, MINN. O APPLICATION Advertisement* in donlde column, doable the fngto eolumn rites *niMM Cards of five Hues, one year ...

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. — 9 February 1881

I I J5 I ffffn ^fclm jfUrictv. STBT^r TTXA*. X*T*T Wednesday, February 9th, 1881 Silver Lake, Mcleod county, is reported to have the only society of Protestant Bohemians in Minneso ta* Diphtheria is raging in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The mortality among adults from this disease is greater than among the'children. Keppler, the renowned cartoonist of "Puck", was born of Hnngarian parents in the city of Vienna, and was apprenticed to a baker. A. A. Harwood, of Austin, has been appointed 5th auditor of the treasury department. The salary is 82,000. According to official figures the Roman Catholic population of Wis consin foots up to 312,800, or a boat one-fourth of the entire popu lation of that State. Oluer Dalrymple, the great Da kota firmer, made a clean profit of about $250,000 during the past year. He raised over half a million bush els of wheat on 24,000 acres, selling it in Buffalo at a profit of 50 cts- a bushel. Major Baily has exercised a car load of fat porkers by driving them to ...

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. — 9 February 1881

1 1 i* ?-.*L T-^-T NIW ULM AND VICJNITY Officer! of Brown County Post Ofllce Address New Ulm. AVOIT**.H. B. Constans. TnaAftrftamF. Schubert. faMww or nxjCDsA. Walton. JvnM orfsoBATE-E. Brandt. CaatMto* DIST. COURTAlbertBlanchard. tamnr-Mwud Casey. SunraTOKJ. Berndt. Ootrmr 0MMmioNSR-E. G. Koch. CevtfTY ATTOKKKYB. V. Webber. CciunrS!*Jonas LaudeNschlager. QOVNTV SUPERINTENDENTD. G. Clnl OBMMISSIONKRSChas Wagner.chairman, OStone, Seerfe Heart, A. Larson.John Dorster. NEW ULM PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected weekly by R. FFKJTERLY, Wheat No. 1 87 No. 2 84 Flour per bbl $5.20730 Oats, 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, por bbl 2.00 Butter, per lb 1315 Honey, per lb 20 Egus, per doz 15 PROGRESS LODGE NO. 28, -.vy,':/-.^ Meets every Wednesday evening at Turner Hall. Brothers from abroad are cordially invited. HENKY KELLEU, M. W. NEW ULM LODGE NO. 53, meets every Saturday ev...

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. — 9 February 1881

i ^W^^wV^^ TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Loreno Station. Winona & Saint Peter Railway Eastern Div. Arrive. Dcvart. Day Passenger *6,30 p.m. *5,15 a-ni Night Pass'ger tf,40a.m. #3,05 Freight *3,05 p.m. *6,45 a.m Freignt *1,15 a.m. *4,40 p.m Wto/er/i Die. Arrive. Depart. Pftsseugei *2,55p,m. *9,55 i.m Freight 3,25 p. m. 3,30 a. Fi right 7,35 p. 4,00 a. Minnesota Valley Railway. Arrive. Depart. Redwood A *5,15 a.m. *G,35 p.m Except ^unday. I Except Mon day. Freightf rams an lvmgheie from IheEast at 1,15 a. m. and 3.05 p. m. tarry passengeis from Kasota. L. W. DOUSMAN, Acent. VALLE SOIL! A Mountain Climate! fit fW~i $iotix City LANDS! 1,000,000 ACRES OF LND.Ql.ALED Fanning and Stock-Raising Lands tth .surpassed natural i Wantages of location climate, soil, and nearness to market vndnUting prairie of deep rich loam, lakes il-sami, churches, schools, mills, thrifty village*, and competing railroads Those are situated tn the Counties of Blue Kkson,Lands, th, Brown Watonwan, Martin, Cottonwood, Mur...

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. — 16 February 1881

"pr~"' VOLUME 17. NO. 8. ttUlg fljLewtw, PUfeLlVvEb EVERY WEDNESDAY* BY JOB. BOBLETER. Office o\ ei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per Yeai in Advance. Haten of Advertising FURNISHED lTPO APPLICATION Vdvartitomenti la double column, double the infta column rntea *niaesa C*r4s of five lines, ODC vear So 00, each :Ml*Mlltne7Sots .ill transient advertisements to bo paid for In adTne Adrertitemonts inserted in the loc-il notico col nmns, ten cts a line for the flrnt insertion and 5 nts a line lor each subNoqutnt wseition, but no nottoe Inserted for less tht fift tents Announcements of mamagos and deaths lnert- e4 tnr, but obituary notices, except in special cas will be charged at advertising rate*. Legal notices will be charged 75 eeiu* per folio for t*e trt iaaertion, and 37 cents per folio for each absoqaent insertion Ail leyal notices must be upa #he nwponcibillty of the \ttorntj ordcriim foem jmbitshod, and no affidavit of public itiou will be iren until tne publicati...

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. — 16 February 1881

I 1 $ty tf ^felm J^UtHttnn STSTW VIM, aCZXT2 Wednesday, February 16th, 1881 For congressional, legislative and Minnesota News* and the proposed new congressional and legislative ap portionment of Minnesota, the pro ceedings of the State Agricultural Society, the Wool Growers and the Minnesota Dairymen's Associations, and many other miscellaneous im portant news items, we refer our readers to the two supplements we send out with this week's REVIE W. Twenty thousand bushels of coal are daily taken out of the coal mines near Peoria, 111 The Mankato public schools had an enrollment of 1034 pupils during the month of January, 94 of this number being in the high school. At Mountain Lake a train of pas sengers was snow-bound from Tues day the 1st inst. until last Saturday, and perhaps longer. There were about thirty persons in all. The tea crop of India this year is estimated at 700,000,000 pounds, which is nearly double the leld of 1878. Ten years ago it was only about 14,000,000 pounds, ...

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. — 16 February 1881

i -v ^^i -Tr^^^w^^?^r-j^revt ffzwvwxr ft Aiit" FiKi^i v-^Br3tw|r NKW ULM AND VICINITY- Officers of Brown County Pott Oflioe Address New Ulm. \H. B. Constans. f. Schubert, i o DBM~ A. Walton. Jvnsn oyVmoBAvaX. Braadt. asnai DMT. COURTAlbertBlanchard. Iward Cany. ITOKt. Berndt. Oomnwom-E. Koch r A*fmji*B F. Webber. Jonas Laudeiischlager. 0*vaw wvaaiHTBiiDKMTD. G.Claiy. OI,M roasChas Wagnenchairman, OStone. tonga Htart, A. Larson.John Doratcr. NEW ULM MODUCt MARKET. Corrected weekly by R. PFKFFERLY, Wheat No. 1 87 No. 2 84 Flour per bbl $5.20730 Oats, per bushel 25 Barley, per bushel 4050 Corn per bushel 30 Potatoes, per bushel 35 Uams, per lb 10 Cheese per lb 20 Lard per lb 7 3ye flour, per bbl 4,00 Salt, per bbl 2.25 Butter, per lb 1316 Honey, per lb 20 Eggs, per doz 20 PROGRESS LODGE NO. 28, Meets every Wednesday evening at Turner Hall. Brothers from abroad are cordially invited. HENRY KELLER, M. W. NEW ULM LODGE NO. 53, meets every Saturday evening. Broth ers from abroad are cordia...

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. — 16 February 1881

SI **THB PEBVEOV TONIC." THERMALINE Bait and Bailable Sutotltnto for Quinine*. The only 25 cent AGUE REMEDY OVBBS CHILLS&FEVER wd all MAIiARIAIi DISEASES. Bold by all Druetlata. Mailed FRKK on Mcelpt or price Writ* to DUNDAS DICK CO J WooaTEB eVraaaT, W You, for ttwdr tea eat book, mailed to the readers ol IhUpaper FWstg on application. BALD HEAD'S FRIEND. A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY I CARBOLINE! A Deodorized extract of Petroleum, The Only Article that Will Re store Hair on Bald Heads. What the World has been Wanting for Centuries. The greatest disced crj of our da^, BO far ns a large portion of humanity ia concerned, is CAR- BOLINE, an article prepared from petroleum, and which effects a complete and radical cure in case of baldness, or where the hair, owing to diseases of the scalp has become thin aud tends to fall out. g^.j",,^ Itisalsoa^pccdyrcstorat^e, andwhilo Its use ec- JLO R. J/I^C ernes a luxuriant growth of hair, it also brings bacls the natural color, and gi\ es the most c...

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. — 23 February 1881

1 i VOLUME iv.-Naa IS&cclih} ^Lcuiexu. C.tt0"H83.w PUBLIS/iED KYER1' WEDNESDAY JOS. BOBLETEK Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: One Dollar and a half per year in advance. Rates of Advertising. FUHNISHKD UPON APPLICATION. AdrertlBsnientd io double column, double the single column rates. Business Gnrds of fire Hues, ens year $i,00, each additional line 75 cts. All transient advertisements to be paid for In advance. Advertisements Inserted is the local notice col. nmns, ten cts a line for the first insertion and S cents a line for each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for less than 50 cti Announcements of marriages and deaths I insert ed free but obituary notices, except in special cases, will be charged at advertising rates. Legal notices will be charged 75 cts per folio for tks first Insertion, and 25 cts per folio for each subsequent insertion. All legal notices must be upon the responsibility of the attorney oidering them published, and no affidavit of publication w...

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. — 23 February 1881

A, TW "V?- A 6 W $yv 3&\m |ttri*t*+ wsrw XTXi^c. xczxrxT Wednesday, February 23d, 1881. Albert Burg, of Traverse, purchased one third interest in grist mill at Nicollet Station, consideration being $2,333.33}. has the the In Hennepin countv the marriage licenses have been reduced to $1 each. This may be the means of drawing young men from places where the sum of two dollars has to be paid for the same kind of document. Herman Muehlberg, the new edi tor and publisher of the Carver Free Press, intends to publish a German paper in that place, the first number to be issued in about four or six weeks. Dunn, a period of sixty days the icer of Minneapolis placed cards on different houses the inscription "Scarlet and an equal number of health oi fourteen bearing Fever," diphtheria cards were also distribut ed. Bjornstjerne Bjornson was on his way to Madeliaon Monday of last week, to lecture at that place, but when at Kasota he received a tele gram not to come on account of the blockade,...

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. — 23 February 1881

1 i i i i i it..- 4 i Officers of Brown County Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Conatans. TasAtOHBxF. Schubert SwuraK o DSSDI-A. Walton Jvrras or FKOSATKE. Brandt. Ci.muce TKE DIIT. COURTAlbertBlnnchard. awrBdward Casey IUKVBYO*J. Borndt. C*va* Oounmioxiii-E O Koch 0VHTTATTORMSVB Webbur COHOHSRJonas Landewschlager. QSUXTY SUPERINTENDENTD G.CllU) COMMISSIONERSChas Wagner.chairman, OStone, Qeorge Heart, A Laison.John Dorster. NEW ULM PROBUCt MARKET. Corrected weekly by R. PncriERLY, Wheat No. i 77 No. 2 74 Flour per bbl ?5.20730 Oats, per bushel ,25 Barley, per bushel 4050 Corn per bushel 30 Potatoes, per bushel 35 Hams, per lb 10 Cheese per lb 20 Lard per lb 7 Bye flour, per bbl 4,00 Salt, per bbl 2.25 Butter, per lb 1316 Honey, per lb 20 Eggs per doz 20 PROGRES S LODG E NO 28, 111'/- R2 Meets every "Wednesday evening at Turner Hall. Brothcis from abioad are cordially ited. HENRY KELLER, M. W. NEW ULM LODGE NO. 53, meets every Saturday evening. Broth ers from abroad arc 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. — 23 February 1881

?*M THJ8 PBBFE OT TONIC.M THERMAUNE A 8*1* and lUllabto Sobttltatc for Quloln* The only 25 cent AGUE REMEDY CURBS CHILLS&FEVER #and all lUALAHIAL DISEASES. told by all Drvcslita. Mailed FREE on Ncelpt or price. Writ* to DCMDAS DICK CO., MWOOSTB* fcTBHT, Haw Voas, for their Ua rat book, nailed to the raadua cl .thlapaptr PR KB on application. BALD HEAD'S A WONDERFU DISCOVERY! GARBOLINE! warns S3ESBC asa A Deodorized extract of Petroleum, The Only Article that Will Re store Hair on Bald Heads. What the World has been Wanting for Centuries. Th* greatest discovery of our day, so far ns a large portion of humanity is concerned, is CAR- BOLINE, an article prepared from petroleum, and which effects a complete and radical cure in caso of baldness, or whero tlio hair, owing to diseases of the scalp, has become thin ami tends to fall out. It Is also a speedy restorative, and while its use se cures a luxuriant growth of hair, it alao brings back the natural color, and gives the most comple...

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. — 2 March 1881

ti i A *V ^y- ?*(H VOLUME IV.-NO. 10. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office o\ei City Diug Storu TKHMS One Dollar and a half per year in advance. Rules of Advertising FUUNISHED1.PON APPLICATION. Advertisements ID double column, double the single column rnteo Business Cardu orflvo lines, ons car $5,00, oncli ad(lillonnlIine75 cts All transient advertisements to be pnld for in advance Advertisements Inserted in the local notic col Kinin, ten cts a line for the first lr scrtion nnd 5 contt a line for each subsequent insertion but no notice inserted for lo^s than 50 tt9 Announcements of murrtnges and deaths insett ed five bit obituary notices, uctpt In special enses, will be charged at wHertising rates Leul notice* will bechiiged 7" cts pir toho foi the Artit uioe-tion, and J" cU per folio fot eicb nb^equent i i-ertio All lepiil notices must be upon the resjiouibiHtj of the nttorne oukrlns them published, and no nffl \n\ it of /iibh( at ion will be iflven until the publicat...

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. — 2 March 1881

$fyw $lm fytvttw. Wednesday, Maich 2d, 1881 The Arkansas legislature has pass ed a bill prohibiting its members from accepting passes from railroad companies. Gen. Mahone, the Readjustor Sen ator from Virginia, has selected a seat on the Republican side of the Senate chamber. The Arkansas Senate passed a re solution, 18 to 5, that hereafter tha pronunciation of the mime of the State shall be "ArkaL-saw." A FAST ATLANTIC PASSAGEThe Arizona, of the Guion Line, arrived at Queenstown February 2, having made the quickest trip on record. The time from New York was Td. 22h. 23 in. ty. Mark Twain says he has made out of his books about $125,000 clear and out of his last book, A Tramp Abroad, $40,000 and out of his lec tures and plaj s, in addition to his517.thus books, enough to bring the whole aggregate up te $250,000. The town of Milbank, Dak., is ex cited over the suspicion that Mrs. Irene Crandall, who was frozen to death near that place, was driven out into the storm by an inhuman hus ...

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. — 2 March 1881

NBW ULH AND VICINITY Officers of Brown County Post Office Address Now Ulna. AVMTOBH. B. Constant. TnausvmanF. Schubert. jMHSVsm or DUDSA. Walton. Jvnaa os PBOBATXE. Brandt Cuimx DIST. Cow*TAlbertBlanchard. amis*Mward Casey. BvmrKrom3. Berndt. Ceua* COMMISSIOHME O Koch COVKTT ATTOWIKYB V. Webber aonommJonas Laudexschlager. COVXTT gvnmunmnnnr*D. G.Claiy. QOMMissioasHsChas Wagner.chairman, OStone, csorge Heart, A Larson.John Dorster. NEW ULM PR0DUC1 MARKET. Corrected weekly by R. PrcrrsniY, Wheat No, 1 77 No. 2 74 Flour per bbl 85.20730 Oats, per bushel 25 Barley, per bushel .4050 Corn per bushel 30 Potatoes, per bushel 35 lianas, per lb 10 Cheese per lb 20 Lard per lb 7 Bye flour, per bbl 4,00 Salt, per bbl 2.25 Butter, per lb 1316 Honey, per lb 20 Eggs, per doz 20 PROGRESS LODGE NO. 28, Meets every Wednesday evening at Turner Hall. Brothers from abroad re cordially invited. HENRY KELLER, M. W. NEW ULM LODGE NO. 53, meetB every Saturday evening. Broth ers from abroad are cordially inv...

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. — 2 March 1881

____, i I "THB PEBFECT TONIC." THERMALINE & fiftf* and Reliable Substitute for Quinine, The only 25 cent AGUE REMEDY raw TnB 'OToaR.XiX* CITBK9 CHILLS&FEVER all MALARIAL DISEASESP r- DracRtMt. lUlUd FRKK **eP 0 Wrtt* to DCND.lt DICK CO., UWooiTn MUI T, w T*-c, tar tkalr Ua t_t kaek, nailed to lbs mini ol m, pw jTKEK o application. HOD'S FRIEND. A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY I A Deodorized extract of Petroleum, The Only Article that Will Re store Hair on Bald Heads. What the World has been Wanting for Centuries. The greatest discovery of onr day, so far r.s a large portion of humanity is concerned, is CAK- BOLINE, an article prepared from petroleum, ami ivhich affects a completo and radical cure in case of baldness, or where tho hair, owing to diseases of the ncalp, has become- thin and tends to fall out. It ii alo a speedy restorative, and while its uso C curcs a luxuriant growth of hair, it also brings back the natural color, and gives the most complete sat isfaction in tho using. ...

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