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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY
Office o\ er City Drug Store.
ONE DOLLAR PJCR YEAR I N ADV\SCE.
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T\R. C. BERRY,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
OTFICE AT TH E CITY DRUG STORE.
NEW ULM, MINNESO'l
T~\R. A. MARDEN,
Office, corner Minn, and First N. Sts.
HEW ULM, MINNESOTA.
OPP. POST OFFICENEW TJLM, MINN.,
ADOLril SEITER, PROP' S.
This house is the most centrally located
house in the city and affords good
.Attorney & Counselor
MONE O LOAN.
Office over Citizen's National Bank.
NEW ULM, MINNESOTA
ITEX&IIKL, \.s. Roos
H. A. SbBiUA, JOHN BELM
-Centre Street, New Ulm, Minn
We aie running day and night, and can supply
anv quantity ot best biands of Flour at
icgular rates on shoit notice.
We have improved machinery for the grinding
ot shorts and iodder, ha\ ing added
a stone leserved for such
Flour exchanged tor wheat en very liberal
NEW ULM CITY MILL CO
Advertisements in double column, double
the single column lates.
Business cards of five lines, one year $5.00,
each additional line 75 cts.
All transient advertisements to be paid for
Advertisements in&ertfdin the local notice
columns, 10 cents a line for the first insertion
and 5 tents a line for each subsequent inser
tion but no notice inserted for less than fifty
Announcements of Marriages and Deaths
inserted fiee, but obitiutry notices, except in
specral cases, will be charged at advertsing
Legal notices wJl be charged 75 cents per
foiio loi the lust inseition, and 37 cents per
tolio for each subsequent insertion. Vll legal
notices mustj upon the responsibility of the
Attorney ordeung them published, and no af-
ticHvit of publication will be given until the
publuation fees aie paid.
In connection -with the paper, we have a
splendid assortment of Jobbing Mateiial, and
we prepaied to execute all kinds of print
ing in a style unsmpassed and at moderate
BROWN CO BANK,
Cor. Minn, and Centre Streets.
NEW ULM, MINNESOTA.
Collections and all business pertaining
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
M. EPPLE, PROP' R.
A large supply of fresh meats, sausage,
hams, lard, etc., etc., constantly *ou* 4
hand. All orders from the coun
try promptly attended to.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
MINN, STREET, NEW ULM, MINN
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
Canned, Dried and Green Fruit,
FLOUR AND FEED,
STONE, WOOD EN AND WILLOW WARE.
MINN. ST., NEWULM, MINN.
C. STUEBE, Prop'r.
A large supply of fresh meats, sausage, hams
lard, etc., etc., constantly on hand. All orders
from the country promptly attended to.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
MINN. ST., NEWULM, MINN.
MANCFUJTUBEK \ND DEYLER I
Harness, Collars, Saddles,
ISaddlery, Blankets, Whips,
etc., etc., etc.
Upholstery and all custom work pei taming
to my business promptly attended to.
Minn. St., opposite Union House,
MANUFACTURER 4.ND DEALER IN
etc., etc., etc.
Upholstery, and all custom work pei tabling
to my business promptly attended to.
Minn. St., Next Door to Zihar's Saloon,
8t. Paul Advertisements.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
93 W. 3d St., ST. PAUL, MINN.
OFES BROTHERS & CUTLER,
DRUGGISTS, ST. PAUL, MINN.
Importers and Wholesale
& BLANK BOOK
GOETZ. ADOLPH MEINEKE.
MEINECKE & CObe
Importers and Jobbers of
Toys, FancyGoodsJankee Notions
WILLOW WARE & CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES.
No. 92 HURON ST. MILWAUKEE, WIS.
FERN^KEB & BRO.,
and dealers in
351 EAST WATER ST. ^MILWAUKEE.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
Cutlery, Guns and Revolvers.
Tg & 77 LAKE STREET CHICAGO.
NEW ULM, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1878.
THE WORLD'S DOINGS.
Crimea, Criminals and Casualties.
Samuel A Clark has been convicted at
Washington of the murder of Jack Cash, on
Christmas eve, both colored.
Geo. W Abbott, San Francisco, ab
scanding partner of the firm of Brodis, Abbott
& Co., was arrested on the earner Georgia,
at Acapulcol by United States Consul John A.
Sutter, Jr., and $15,000 recovered.
A Cincinnati Wm. Bowsher, who has
been on trial for the murder of McVey and
wife, a few months ago has been convicted of
the crime. McVey was keeper of a toll gate
on the pike leading from Chillicothe, Ohio.
Fire Commissioner Ordenstein, Sa
Francisco, is missing, and the widows' and or
phans' fund of the exempt Arc company of
which he was custodian, is found to be shor
about $5,000. is supposed to haye ab
A large fire occured in Forsythe, Ga.,
on the 4th inst. A hotel, bank, and six stores
burned. Loss $30,000, covered by insurance.
A falling wall killed a negro woman and ser
ously injuring several. Search is being made
for other bodies in the debris..
Rev. Geo. Vosburgh, pastor of the
Madison avenue Baptist church, Jersy City
heights, has been arrested on the charge of
attempting to poison his wife. Vosburg
waved a preliminary examination and gave
bail in $1,000 to await the action of the grand
I the case of Samuel Barth, president
of the late Union bank company of Baltimore,
Felix A. Savin, cashier, and M. D. Savin and
J. M. Balden, New York, indicted for conspir
acy to defraud Sargent Brotheis, New York,
by fradulent cirtificates of deposit issued by
the bank company Judge Brown has given
notice of a motion for a new trial, and sent
ence was deferred. The case has been on
trial befoie the court with a juiy for nearly
Personal ana impersonal.
Lo rd Beaconsfield is said to be strong
ly opposed to the annexation of Egypt.
The New Hampshire greenback con
vention, on the tith, nominated for Governor,
A bill has been introduced in the Ohio
House to establish a home for the widows of
Ohio soldiers and sailors
The creditors of Wilson & Greig, dry
goods dealers, New York, have petitioned to
have the firm adjudged bankrupt
Emperor Williams has signed a decree
authorizing German painters and sculptors t
participate in the Paris Exhibition.
The Rhode Island State Prohibition
convention,held at Providence on the 5th inst.,
nominated the present State officers.
The Senate has confirmed Benj.
Murry, of Maine, United States Marshal for
Maine, and T. C. Gibbs, postmaster, at Ports
The Louisiana Senate has passed the
House bill giving aid to the New Orleans Pa
cific railway, including two million dollars
Dr. Schleiman has secured a new fir
man and intends to renew the excavations at
Hissarlik as soon as it is safe for him to work
in the country
Jon TJ. Barron, president of the
National State Capital bank and treasuer of
the Loan and Trust Savings bank, Concord,
N. H.,' died on tne 6th inst.
James Percell, formerly passenger
conductor on the Chicago & Bock Island rail
road, wa6 run over and killed on the Missouri
Pacific on the 5th inst.
Butler, Republican, has been elected
mayor of Portland, Me having 2,506 votes, to
2,304 for Weeks, Democrat, and 140 for Turner,
Greenback. The Republicans ha^ a major
ity in both houses.
Senator Nunez, editor of the Spanish
government organ at New York is missing,
and Spanish secret service officers, at the in
stance of Consul General Uriarti, are said to
looking for him.
A Rome dispatch says: Cardinal
Franchi has been confirmed Pontifical Secre
tary of State, Cardinal Simeoni Prefect of the
Propaganda, Bartolini President of the Con
gregation of Rites.
Leona rd Kirby, of New York, for forty
years head of the dry goods firm of L. V. Kirby,
and the last fifteen years president of the Globe
insurance company, died on the 3d mst. in the
76th year ot his age.
4 I the Ohio Senate on the 6th inst., a
joint resolution, asking Congress to repealthe
resumption act, was adopted by a party vote
Democrats in the affirmative and Republi
cans in the negative.
A Lewistown Maine, there was no
choice for Mayor. The vote stood, Hall, Re
publican, 1,232 Lyford, Democrat, 1,179
Spinner, Greenback, 123. The Democrats
elect five of the aldermen.
Hadley Brothers, book dealers, of Chi
cago, are in financial trouble, but are attempt
ing to arrange matters with their New York
creditors and continue business. Their liabil
ities are stated to be about $140,000 with nom
inal assets of $130,000. The creditors to-day
appointed an examiner, on whose reports
their future course will be bassed.
The Persian arch-priestwho recently
figured in Detroit has been looked after at Ne
York by a detective from Detroit. The exalted
visitor exhibited letters to Vicar-General
Quinn, who says he has no means of pronounc
ing upon the authenticity of the letters and is
unable to say whether the gentleman is deserv-
ing of confidence or is an impostor. He asked
for no privileges, such as priests usually de
sire to have, and he has had none.
A second cable has just been laid be
tween Jamaica and Santiago de Cuba.
Yellow fever again prevails at Rio
Janerio, 45 deaths being reported from the
disease the first two weeks in February.
Willis, Percival & Co, London banke rs
have failed. Liabilities 650,000. The failure
is attributed to heavy losses by bad debts*.
I the Cleopatra salvage suit at Lon
don, the court of admirality fixed the joint
value of the vessel and obelisk at $25,000.
A special to the London Lloyd's trom
Galatz, says: The work of removing the ob
structions in the Danube began on the 4th
The resignation of Herr Camphausen
from the German ministry is final. only
acts pending the appointment of his succes
The suit of Gen. Curtis Lee, for recov
ery of the Arlington estate,has been continued
in the United States district couit at Alex
The boiler of the Miami distillery near
Hamilton, Ohio, exploded on the 4th inst.,
fatally scalding David Morton and John Mills,
Several supplementrav elections were
held on the 14th inst., for French deputies,
and resulted in the return of ten Republican
and four Conservatives.
Judge Robertson, counsel for Gen
Lee in the suitfor.there covery^of the Arlington
estate, concluded his argument and the case
was submittdd to Judge Hughes,who will ren
der an opinion in Richmond.
Wm. Richardson, fish trader ot St.
Johns, N. F., has iailed liabilities $34,000, as
sets $13,000. His name is on the paper, as
endorsed of George S. Yates, boot and shoe man
ufacturer, for about $70,000. A writ of attach
ment has issued against Yates, whose liabil
ities are $126,000.
A Sa Antonio special to the Galveston
Xeivb, sa\s it is rumored Gov. Hubbard had an
interest in the Salt Lake location in which the
El Paso trouble originated. This report is,
however, contradicted by Gen. Ludlow, coun
sel of the claimants.
The cutting of frieght ratesatSt. Louis,
to the East, reached an almost unprecedented
low figure on the 5th inst. Fourth class
freight from St. Louis to New York was taken
at 10 cents a hundred, and flour at 20 cents a
A man named Pacquet who recently
left the upper Ottawa shanties, Canada, and
started to walk home, was out seven days
without food, and on reaching: a farm house
gorged himsef to such an extent that he died
a short time afterwards.
The Charter Oak Life conspiracy case
against Henry Furber, R. Wiggin," J. C.
Walker and S. White, former officers, came
up in the criminal term of the Superior court
on the 8th mst., and by agreement was pn
over fortiial to Tuesday, June 11th.
Considerable amounts of Western Union
New York Central, Lake Shore and North
western, and St. Paul stocks were bought in
under the rule at the New York stock ex
change on the 6th inst., for account of W.
Quick, who was short of the market.
The London Tim es says: Tne present
rise in the price of silver has been the result
for the most part of speculation. Its mainte
nance, therefore, depends upon its present
holders being relieved of their purchases by
A Paris dispatch says by the disruption
of the Orleanist group the government gains
about twenty supporters for M. Dufaure's
policy, including the state of seige, amnesty
and colportage bills. About eleven Orleanists
will nrobably join the Legitimists.
The London Times says: The decline
in silver is stated to be Que to an increase in
the amount of India council bills to be allott
ed to-day, 500,000 instead of 300,000, coupled
with a feeling of uncertainty about the prob
able future financial requirements of the In
A fever supposed to be typhoid, broke
out in the institute for the deaf and dumb' at
Belleville, Ont., and four pupils have died
within a few days and ten or fifteen others are
prostrated. The Ontario government has
ordered an inquiry into thefcause of the epi
demic, which is supposed to be impure water.
Both branches of the Kentucky legis
lature adopted resolutions instructing the
congressmen of that S'ate to support and aid
in every possible way the Texas Pacific rail
way bill. Kentucky is strongly in favor of
the bill, and the Legislature has only carried
out the desire of the neonle.
A motion for a new trial in the famous
five million dollar Emma suit, has been denied.
Mr. Clinton, counsel for Wm. Vanderbilt,
says there is absolutely no ground for the ru
mors that the suit of Cornelius Vanderbilt has
been or is about to be settled by the paymentf
one minion dollars.
The English manufactures and shippers
anticipate that if Great Britain is involved in
war with Russia, the United States would not
only regain the carrying trade lost during the
war of the rebellion but would also establish
the particular industries in which England
now excels. "And once behind," says a distin
guished member of the Liverpool board of
trade, 'we would never recover the lead."
offi cially reported number of t?ub-
an insurgents who have surrendered from Feb-
ruary 28th to March 5th, it 1,200 persons, with
180 stand of arms. Of the prominent chiefs
Maximo, Gimez, Benitz and Rodriguez, have
embirked for Jamaica and Salvador Cisnero
Marquis of Santa Luca, for Europe.
A fire supposed to be caused by
spontaneous combustion occurred in Cleve
land Ohio, on the 8th inst, in the building
occupied by Miller Bros., chemicar paint fac
tory, and Edward Geno, manufaturer of sew
ing machine cabinets. The fire was confined
to the third and fourth stories. Geno's loss
on stock and machinery, $60,000 Miller Bros,
stock |2,500 building, $30,000 covered by in
surance principally in New York companies.
The insane asylum at Winosky, She
boygan county, Wisconsin, was totally des
troyed by fire on the 19th inst., and four in
mates, Lucretia Toothaker, Mrs. McDonald,
August Althorp and Billy Dolan, an Indian'
perished in the flames. For some reason no
attempt has been made to remove their bod
ies, and they still lay in the smoldering
ruins. The property loss is only $4,000 to
$5,000. with no insurance. 8. Jewitt, the
keeper, owned the building. A defective flue
was the cause.
E Bancroft, Emporia, Kansas, has
been arrested on charge of appropriating to
his own use $10,000 to $15,000, money belong
ing to the State Normal school. He had been
agent for the sale f tends belonging to that
institution and had not paid over the monej
he had received. Some of this money he had
collected since his appointment as agent was
revoked. had an examination on the 4th
inst. and was held to bail in the sum of $10,000
in default of which he was committed to jail
The proof is said to be overwhelming, and
that he virtually admits its truth, saying he
used the money when he was hard up. and
hoped to return it.
Regarding the passage of the silver bill
while the papers in London have been quite
bitter and unfair in their discussion of the sub
ject, the people do not seem to have been
alarmed. The effect upon the value of Amer
ican bonds has been scarcely appreciable. In
fact, taking the record of the past six weeks
into account, while English funds have fallen
three-eighths, American bonds have fully held
their own. The effect on silver is equally en
couraging: to those who insisted on its remont
tization. From about fifty-three pence per
ounce it has steadily advanced, in spite of
heavy sales in Germany, until it now stands at
65^ pence. An equal increase further will
bring in on an equality with gold as a coin.
English holders of American bonds have not
yet been frightened into selling them to any
Apportionment of School Funds.
Amount apportioned March 4,1878, $55,289,50
upon 157,970 scholars, being 35 cents for each.
The amount in March 1877, was $53,597.75, and
the number of scholars 152,585:
$ 8 75
Benton Big Stone
Blue Earth 6,388
Crow Wing 188
Sac Qui Parle 321
Le Sueur 4,489
Olmstead 6 674
Otter Tail 2,102
Rice. Rock St. Louis..
Scott Sherburne. Sibley Stearns.... Steele Stevens... Swift Todd 1,045
Wilkin Winona 6,589 *n
Wright 4,536 jF",
Yetlow Medicine 752 V'*T
superintendent Public Instruction*
Promissory notes in Kansas are notlgN
drawn so many "days tord^te,*L^ttt
when I sell my hoes .'ft *WS*W ,lS