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F. TT. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PUBLISHES.
gfc N E W ULM, MINNESOTA.
E Empero William is getting into
a fit state of mind to find pleasant
savo in his spring medicine by a study
of his a it as they are dished up
in the comic a
E W E EN 4 0 and 50 species of bac
teria have been found in normal milk
a cream. This large number is due
to the fact at milk is a to collect
a species of bacteria at a be
floating in the air.
E Prince of Wales once accepted
the a of a daughter of an Egypt
ia a a I is mummified a
beautifully mounted a as long
been one of the chief ornaments of his
writing table in Marlborough House.
BOTH branches of the Massachusetts
legislature passed the ironclad bill do
ing a a with, free passes forth mem
bers, some mistake as been found
in it at will force the governor to
veto it. Mistakes are very a to get
into such measures.
O A N SMITH, who as been oc
cupying the pulpit of Trinity Protes
a Episcopal Church, Boston, since
he consecration of Rev. Philips
Brook to the bishopric, will be com
pelled to give up the work on account
of failing health a is going South to
O E S S O MASSO, the Italia
scientist, in experimenting with the
blood of eels as discovered by inject
ing it under the skin of rabbits frogs,
mice, guinea pigs, etc., at it is a
a poison, being similar in action
to venom of snakes of the viper kind.
O A S A who was born in
Shropshire, England, in 1438, lived
until he killed himself from overeating
in the year 1635 when he ad at
taine the great age of 15 2 years.
lived in three centuries and tilled the
soil until after the end of his 130t
AT the sale of the household a
tur and effects of the late George Ban
croft at Newport recently the en
graving of General Jackso presented
by himself to Mr. Bancroft was bought
by Alexander Bliss, of this city. W
S. Lawton of Newport, purchased a
painted dinner set of 17 6 pieces.
SCIIWATKA, the Arctic traveler, has
recorded a temperature of 7 1 degrees
below zero, which he experienced on
he Great Fis River. I a
been as cold a day for him as at
other a was for Senator Ingalls
when he heard the returns from Kan
IT is to be hoped at Mrs
Blakely, a lady residing at Campbell
ford, Ont., will not be discouraged at
he result of her first attendance at
church for twenty years, even if she
did fall and break her arm Such an
accident should not be looked upon
as a penalty for an unsuspected out
break ol religious duty
IT is said of Mr*. Adair, who
as the hono to beth Irish wife of
an American gentleman, at she is so
charmed with the society a 'life of
on at she seems to forget at
she as an estate on the other side of
he Irish Channel, a nice property in
he Midlands a a cattle ranch in
E E were no less an 95 3
suicides in Pari during the year 1 8 9 1
—23 1 sought watery graves, 11 3
blew out their brains, 8 9 hanged, 7 1
stabbed themselves, 6 2 used poison,
8 4 enjoyed asphyxiation, 75 threw
themselves from high elevations, 15 4
deaths were from unknown causes,
a 7 4 were crushed under a ms or
E Y, the British hangman, who
as "worked oft"140 malefactors and
is now lecturing on the abolition of
capital punishment, is coming to this
country As a a of professional
ethics it is hoped none of our lynch
ing parties will overlook Mr. Berry
should he be in the vicinity at a
time when they have business on
hand Hi suggestions might prove of
So stupendous is the scale on which
he visible universe is framed at a
a of light which would travel round
he earth in 0.1336 of a second of
Time, does reach us from Neptune
_, under a period of more an four
hours while from the nearest fixed
a alpha Centauri, it occupies five
a one-half years, a from a little
a called a in Cassiopeia its jour
occupies 9 0 years.
The Latest Hews of the World Con-
densecl and Arranged in Conven
Washington/Personal, Foreign," Crim
gginal* Casualty and Other
COMMISSIONER RAUM was examined before
the house investigation committee.
THE president has recognized Nefiali
Guerrero as consul general of Chili at San
THE diplomatic and consular appropria
tion bill consolidates several missions, re
duce? grades and cuts down consular
WOBK on war vessels at the Mare Island
navy yard is being rushed, and all avail
able Pacific coast vessels may be sent to
Bering sea at once.
PRESIDENT HABRISOJJ, by proclamation,
imposes duties upon products of Columbia,
Hay^ti and Venezuela because those coun
tries have not effected treaties of recipro
citv with the United States.
AN annual reduction of $200,000 in the
salaries of clerks and draftsmen in the
architects office, treasury department has
been made owing to the fact that the ex
penses were running ahead of the appro
Jiriation. W. D. Windom, a son ot the
ate Secretary Windom, suffers a reduction,
with others, in all, about 60.
THE Columbian Exposition committee of
the senate authorized favorable reports to
be made upon several resolutions extend
ing invitations to the king and queen of
Spain and the presidents of the Central and
South American republics to attend the
World's Fair soliciting the loan of relics
and documents relating to Columbus and
the discovery of America, and authorizing
the librarian of congress to make an exhibit
of similar articles.
Prof. John Cairnes, D. D., LL. D., princi
pal of the United Presbyterian college in
Edinburgh is dead, aged seventy-three.
lit. Rev. Gregory Thurston Bedell, for
many years Episcopal bishop of the dio
cese of Ohio, died in New York, aged
Ex-President Cleveland has accepted an
invitation to deliver an address at Valpa
raiso, Ind., at the formal opening of the
new chapel May 1.
Capt. Walter Crook, aged sixty-eight, ex
state senator and brother of the late Gen.
George Crook, was stricken with paralysis
athis home at Tadmore, Ohio, and is in a
SIR HENRY BOUVERIE WILLIAM BRAND
VISCOUNT HAMPDEN, a lineal descendant of
Sir John Hampden, is dead. He was
speaker of the British house of commons
from 1872 to 188$.
CAPT. JNO. B. BRESETTE, for many years a
leading member of the St. Paul police
iorce, drops dead in Minneapolis.
DR. J. II. CHAPIN, well known in educa
tional and scientific circle^, died atMeriden,
The gun store of A. J. Anderson at Fort
Worth, Tex., has burned, Loss, $120,000,
BORING a politico-municipal meeting in
Dublin the floor collapsed and all present
were plunged into the cellar below. Many
were injured seriously.
By an explosion in Revenue tunnel, near
Ouray, Col., Grant Robinson and Patrick
Maloney were killed, and Patrick Burns
TIIBEE persons were drowned at Perless,
W. Va., while crossing the Kanawha in a
skiff. Their names are Miss Annie Medley,
J. A. Medley, uncle of Miss Medley, and
FIRE which originated in one of the dry
ing kilns of the drying house of the
Spreckels sugar refinery at Philadelphia
completely destroyed that building,
causing a loss estimated at $150,000.
THE British brig Gudson, bound from
Fowey, to which port she belongs, has
been wrecked on the Shingles, off the Isle
of Wight, and her crew of ten men
E WICKED WORLD.
WEESTER C. HILL, son of a wealthy Chi
ens^o -widow, has been arrested in New
York for stealing jewelry at a swell recep
A MAN named Stevens took poison at
Keewater, Man and then cut his jugular
vein. He committed the act in a fit of an
FIVE mutilated bodies are found in a va
cant house in Liverpool. The alleged mur
derer, who is sup'posed to be Jack the Rip
per, is arrested.
HE Lncke-Stelle murder trial was con
cluded at Vandalia, 111., when the jury
brought in a verdict for the defendant.
Locke is thirty-three years old, a newspa
per man, and nephew of the late Dr.
Locke, ("Petroleum V. Nasby").
MANAGER Charles D. Knowlton of
the Knowlton Manufacturing com
pany, of Freeport, 111.,
alone in his office recently was approached
by a crank who demanded $100,000 in cash.
He promised the amount and sent the
stranger to another part of the building for
the money, and while he was gone Mr.
Knowlton gave the alarm, but the fellow
escaped and could not be found.
THE grand duke of Hesse is dead.
A PLOT to assassinate the sultan of Turkey
ANARCHISTS are creating anofber leign of
error in Paris.
A FREF-FOR- \LL fight occurs among gamb
lers at Monte Carlo.
The negotiations for the consolidation of
he Freeman's Journal and the National
Press of Dublin have been concluded.
VIOLENT snowstorms raged recently in
Germany. Many railway trains were de
layed by snow.
EMPEROR WILLIAM" has recovered suffi
ciently from his indisposition to allow of
his again leaving the palace.
THE dominion is considering a retalia
tion upon Newfoundland fishermen similar
to the tax placed on Canadian fishermen in
Newfoundland and Wales.
Two men have been lynched I Mexico,
presumablv by Garza sympathizer*, for aid
ing United States troops in the recent Cam
THE report that British East Afrilali
troops has sustained & severe defeat in
W it a he hands of a large force of na
tives, losing many men, was incorrect.
BARONESS ROQUES, mother of Miss
Florence Maybrick, who is serving a life
sentence in the working prison, paid a visit
to her 'daughter recently. Mrs,JBfJ
is broken in spirit and health. JKf v?
THE'Guelph fund bill introduced in-the*
lower house of the Prussian diet author
izes the government to remove the Seques
tration Laid upon the property of the late
King George of Hanover.
The returns issued by the French Board
of Trade show that during February the
imports decreased £740,000 and the exports
decreased f.17,841,000 as compared with
those of the corresponding month last year.
COUNTESS RUSSELL, wife of Lord Russell,
who recently unsuccessfully sued for a writ
of judicial separation and who was order
ed by the divorce court to pay the costs of
that action, has appealed Irom the or
THE Italian steamer Colombo, from
Santos, Rio Janero, and other Brazilian
ports, has arrived at Genoa and been
ordered into quarantine. She has had 44
cases of yellow tver aboard, of which 15
AT the proper stage on the Northwest
Territories bill in the Canadian parliament
this session, Dalton McCarthy, M. P., will
introduce his amendment for the abolish
ing of French as the official language in the
A BILL has been introduced in the Cana
dian parliament to prohibit the importa
tion and immigration of foreigners under
contract or agreement to perform in Cana
da. This is a retaliatory measure against
the United States.
RICHARD FREDERICK CAVENDISH, second
son of Lord Edward Cavendish, and a neph
ew of the duke of Devonshire, who is a
student at Trinity college, Cambridge uni
versity, has been fined £2 and costs for usiDg
THE London court has dismissed the
appeal of the Duke of Orleans against the
order directing him to prove that Mme. Mel
ba, the well-known singer whose husband,
Capt. Armstrong, is suing her for divorce,
naming the Duke of Orleans as co-respon
dent, is domiciled in Ireland.
JNO. H. INMAN has announced his retire
ment from the presidency of the Richmond
The bill to authorize the Marinette &
Western to construct a railroad across the
Menominee Indian reservation, Wisconsin,
was favorably reported to the house.
The gross earnings of the Northern Pa
cific for February were $1,953,840, in 1892
against $1,796,483 in 1891. The mileage
operated in February 1892 was 5,109 miles,
140 more than in the previous year.
The Central Traffic association has made
a single fare round trip to the Minneapolis
convention, good from June 2 to 25. To
the Chicago convention the same rate is an
nounced good from June 16 to July 8.
A GRE\T strike of miners takes place in
England and Wales.
THE Canadian Pacific management dis
charge employes who had intended to
GENERAL MASTER WORKMAN POWDERLY,
of the Knights of Labor, is soon to re
A CHICAGO paper rays that a determined
and wide spiead movement is on foot
among the machinists' unions of the coun
try to increase their strength so that a
strong fight may be made for shorter
hours of labor and increased wages.
SULLIVAN and Corbett agree to fight on
ST. PAUL and Minneapolis are granted
franchises in the Western Base Ball league.
The schedule for the season is promulgated.
Manager Selee has decided on a uniform
of black for the Boston champions while
playing away irom home next season.
Joseph J. Gerhardt, the veteran second
baseman, will manage the Albany Club
during the coming season Charles Brady
will play second base for the team.
A crank has found out that in 100 ga mes
250 fly balls went to centerfield, 100 to right
and 186 left. In 100 Association games,
247 to center, 219 to left and 180 to right.
Mike Kelly says the magnates own the
balls, bats, bases and everything connected
with the game now, and the players might
as well acknowledge it. "If they told me
to play for $1.50 a day, Kelly would don
his little kmcker bockers and doit," says
Joseph Jordan's challenge to run a three
mile face has been accepted by Peter
Priddy, the well known Pennsylvania
athlete. Jordan will be allowed $50 for ex
penses, and the race, for $250 a side, will be
run in Pittsburg within eight weeks after
signing the articles.
Bob Fitzsirmnons has authorized Richard
K. Fox to arrange an international fistic
encounter between Ted Pritchard, the
champion of England, and himself for
$5,000 a side and a purse ot $12,000, which
purse President Noel, of the Olympic club,
New Orleans, agrees to put up for Pritchard
and Fitzsimmons to fight for.
MILWAUKEE steamboatmen are trying to
have the employment of Canadians on the
lake steamers prohibited.
NANCY SHARP, colored, died in St. Louis.
Her skull was found to be an inch and a
THE indications are that the Southern
Illinois peach crop has been ruined by the
recent excessive cold.
Gov. BROWN of Kentucky has signed the
lottery bill which makes dealing in tickets
a felony. One of the leading agencies of
Louisville closed in anticipation, and the
others will follow.
GEORGE BACON of Edgar county, 111,, has
formally withdrawn from the race for the
Republican nomination for congress. This
leaves the field clear for J. G. Cannon. He
will be the Republican nominee on the
A LONDON dispatch declares that "Buffalo
Bill's Wild West Show" has collapsed.
Neither W F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) nor*
Nate Salisbury has, it is said, vouchsafed
any explanation of affairs to the public.
Coroner Messemer and a jury have be
gun an investigation into the cause of
death of Ben F. Norton and Henry
Norcross, the men killed in the dynamite
explosion in Russel Sage's ofliee on Dee. 4
IT is'reported that Ihe American Sugar
Refining company has secured control of
the Franklin Sugar Refining Company of
Philadelphia. The price paid for the re
finery is said, to be $10,000,000.
THE German Turner societies of the Uni
ted States have organized and incorporated
for a term of five years under the name of
"World's Fair Commission lor Physical
and Mental Training of the North Ameri
can Turner Bund." The officers are: Presi
dent, John Gloy vice-president, -Gbas.
Bary secretary, J. Harting treasurer, a. J.
Rumpl members at large of the -executive
committee. Turners Waterstraat, Hahbler
and Koelling. They will erect at the
World's Fair grounris'a building200x400, in
which they will make a display drarii'g the
A SifiMfrary of the Important Events
ol'ihe Week in the Northwest
Minniesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Uorth
and South Dakota News in a
W. D. Benjamin of South St. Paulas
killed by the cars.
A suit involving the title to Mesaba iron
property is commenced at Duluth.
The retail store of Branham Bros., at
Litchfield was closed by Sheriff Maher.
The state central committee of the Peo
ple's party opens the state campaign.
Judge Searle of St. Cloud deeides that the
reformatory act is constitutional/*^
Minnesota may have an iron palace at
the world's fair.
A young lady near St. Jame9, Is brutally
assaulted and may die. Her alleged as
sailant is in jail.
C. H. Meilicke, a farmer, crossing the
Millwaukee track at Winona with a team,
was struck by a train and instantly killed.
Arthur Beaty was arrested at Anoka on
a warrant sworn out by Florence Sennear,
17 years old, charging bastardy.
The call was issued from Red Wing for
the forty-seventh annual meeting of the
Hauge Norwegian Lutheran synod, to be
held at Roland, Iowa, commencing June 9.
A stranger giving his name as Branden
was killed by the falling of a tree which he
was cutting in the town of Pareht,this coun
County Treasurer David Fakler of Wino-,
nahas purchased of J. S. Becker his inter
est in the Becker & Chellhos brewery. Con
At a meeting of the new council of Osak
is the license was fixed at $1,200. The re
sult is that only one license will be taken
The proper city officials of Stillwater
have disposed of $60,000 of municipal
bonds to Eastern parties at a premium of
1 per cent.
The team of Peter Mazier, living in
Grand View, ran away and threw him
under a press drill. Four ribs were broken
and he is injured internally.
Four of the eleven prisoners connected
with the Sandstone riot election at Pine
City were discharged. The others are still
on trial. The evidence points to their being
bound over to the grand jury.
Lewis Eberhart, who was arrested at Man
kato, Jan. 26 and placed under $500 bonds
for his appearance at the next district court,
left the state but was arrested at Sioux City.
He is charged with grand larceny.
W. W. Pye, a prominent young business
man ot North field, and Miss Violet Good
man of Cannon City were married at tho
residence of the bride. They will reside in
There is no longer any doubt as to the
opening ot the Sisseton reservation April
15. Soldiers, sailors and marines may file a
declaration, and have a claim reserved for
six months at a cost of $1.
An eleven-year-old girl of the town*
of St. Cloud, while returning home
from school during the recent storm lost
her flay and was frozen to death. Her
body A as only found the other morning.
D. Pierce was arrested at Redwood Falls
on complaint of the county commissioners
for adultery committed with Mrs. Annie
Chase, whose husband is in the insane
asylum at St. Peter. He will be taken to
New Ulm for safekeeping.
Charles Moth, the noted wrestler, now a
resident of Lake City, has purchased and
just received from a stock dealer in
Lexington, Ky a high-blooded saddle
horse which, it is claimed, is the last steed
owned and ridden by Jesse James.
Nels H. Hveem, over 60 years of age. who
was indicted by the grand jury at Red
Wing for incest, was brought into court
and plead guilty, and was sentenced by the
judge to three year's imprisonment at hard
labor at Stillwater.
Henry Schutt of Potsdam, a farm la
borer who had been paid off was knocked
down in an alley at Rochester, into which
he had been enticed, and robbed of $154.
Will Lind of this city was arrested im
mediately a.terward charged with the
Carleton and St. Olaf colleges closed for
the usual two weeks' spring vacation, the
majority of tjie students leaving for their
homes. Bpth of the base ball clubs will
be organized shortly after the spring term
At the Hastings democratic city conven
tion the following nominations were made:
Mayor, John Byers clerk, J. M. Langen
feld chief of police, William Nolan assess
or, Timothy Mitchell street commissioner,
Mathias Hubley, police justice, Stephen
The barr connected with Rcdewalds &
Devery's meat market at Fairbault, caught
fire, an°d the building and nine horses and
one heifer were burned. The loss is esti
mated by Mr, Rodewalds as $1,500. No in
surance on the stock, a small amount on
the barn. The owners think the building
was set on fire.
Senator Gaderian, who was appointed by
the committee to raise Anoka county's
quota ot the world's fair fund, $515, drew
up a note for the amount without interest,
due in 1893, and has been steadily securing
the signatures of momed men until the list
was completed by over fifty names being at
tached to it.
Fire broke out in the Argus building the
other niorni ng, but was extinguised by the
fire department before much damage was
Judge McConnell rendered a decision in
the Traill county seat case, allowing the
Hillsboro people to file an answer. This
ireopens the ball. "r%t,"
Judge E. E. Dail«y, Democratic member
of the legislature ot Walsh county, died at
his home at Minto, of inflammation of the
bowels, after an illness of only a day or
•G. S. Enger, William Davis, John Groff
and a man named Ofstad, with his wife
and child, perished in the storm of the Oth
at Langdon. ,* tr $*,
Fourteen thousand acrebW school tana's
in Richland -county were sold at auction
recently. Prices ranged from $10 to $31
the average being $18.55. Four hundred
farmers were present to bid
Over $2,000 worth of whiskey was seized
by thesheriffat Mandan, belonging to To
«bin fcDrury. It was stored in a cellar but
it is now stored in jail. Blind piggers are
D. M. Kelleher, one of the oldest citizens
of Jamestown died of pneumonia. He
the first hotel at Jamestown and was
widely known in the Northwest. He was
for many years a leading Democratic poli
tician in -the territory.
Mrs. Lokken and Torgen Thompson, a
boy, who hves^tweuty miles east of Willow
City, lost their way during the storm Thurs
day and wandered about until they became
exhausted and lay down. The woman
died. The boy woke alter the storm and
made his wav to the nearest house, bat he
was so badly frozen that he will die.|
A telegram from Hillsboro says 16\934
acres of school lands have been sold for
$345,707, being average an of $1.42 per acre.
The bidding was very spirited, most ol the
purchasers being adjoining farmers. A tele
gram froiui Wahpeton says the average
price there was $18.78, the highest price
paid being $38 per acre.
Attorney Taylor Cruni, of Fargo, applied
to Judge McConnell to grant anew trial in
the case of A. C. Cantieny, recently con
victed of illegally selling liquors.
claimed that the jurymen made statements
before the trial showing that they were pre
judiced and believed the defendant guilty.
There are now 8 or 10 awaiting sentences
on liquor cases, and the sentences will
probably be passed this week.
Surveyor General Sullivan is charged
with selling contracts.
T. O'Brien, general merchant of Mont
rose, has failed. His stock will probably
invoice $2,500 .liabilities considerably
Owing to the premature explosion of a
blast in the Coates tin mine at Hill City,
James Merrin, a miner, was instantly
killed and two others were seriously
William Haskell, aged 60, who came to
the Black Hills from Montana 10 years
ago, dropped dead from heart disease on
Main street at Rapid City. No relatives
Rev. Frederick C. Schartz, an ex-minis
ter, living eight miles southwest of Roscoe,
committed suicide. He made an unsuc
cessful attempt to take the life of his
daughter. Family troubles were the
cause of the tragedy.
Geo. Hopkins, of the state commission
on Russian relief met with the Commer
cial Club of Watertown the other evening
and a committee was appointed to canvass
the county for contribution ot grain or
Mrs. Amy Gillig, who was reported
missing from Yankton, has been found. It
appears that she changed her mind about
returning to Yankton from New York, and
joined her mother at Milton, near Cam
Mrs. Henry Thompson, a poor woman
living near Baker's Mill, three miles south
west of Vermillion was found dead in her
room, having ended her woes with a re
volver ball. Her reasons are not known.
Some three or four weeks ago she attempted
suicide by taking a dose of pans green, but
was brought out of thai by a physician.
The Thompson Carriage worKsotOsh
kosh were destroyed by fire. Loss. $35,000
Mrs. John T. Murphy, wi "e of the pro
prietor and editor of the West Superior
Evening Telegram, died, aged twenty-three
The pulp and paper mill of Eau Claire
won in the $10,000 suit brought against it by
Ole Anderson, a former employe, who fell
down the elevator shalt.
Clark Burdick, formerly of Clear Lake,
was nearly killed at Glenwood. He was
coupling cars when a freight crushed him
between the car*, smashing in all his ribs
on the left side. He is not expected to live.
George Hiles, the millionaire capitalisst,
has instituted proceedings at Millwaukee,
to have a receiver appointed lor the Mil
waukee Porter and Lighting company, al
leging that, the compauy is insolvent. Mr.
Hiles is the principal creditor, aud his
claim of $27,500 is secured by mort
The five-year-old daughter of A. E.
Hudson and the four-year-old son of
Joseph Hanibly, while playing on the
street at Chippewa Falls were attacked by
a vicious dog and both frightfully bitten
the face, The little boy had one cheek
nearly eaten away. The parents fear
E. C. Preston brought suit against the
city of Cedar Rapids for $3,500 damages,
claiming that amount due on account of
change of grade of a street.
The Chuts directory of Cedar Rapids for
1892 was issued. *It contains nearly ten
thousand names and would indicate a pop
ulation of 23,000.
A fire at Bloomfield laid waste the entire
south side of the public square, including
the opera house and many fine buildings.
The loss will probably reach $260,000.
At the convention held at Waterloo,
Black Hawk county elected 12 delegates
to the state convention, sending them un
instructed. Delegates from the caucuses
were all instructed for Harrison.
Tom Gaffey, in jail at Fort Dodge for
murdering Edward Buggy, tried to com
mit suicide by battering his head against
the iron bars of the cage. Doctors say he
The fine residence of Henry Rickel on
Second avenue, Cedar Bapids, was badly
damaged by fire, the fire originating in the
servant's room. The house and contents
was insured for $6,000, which will not cover
Judge Traverse, in the district court at
Ottumwa, enunciated some novel proposi
tions, defining the powers of supervisors.
He held that the power of the supervisors
is continuous and not exhausted by being
once exercised. In other words, that the
board can purchase and sell sites as often as
it sees fit.
Rev. Sweet, a young Methodist' minister
of Russell, has been stricken with blind
ness. He preached his usual sermontn the
morning but in the afternoon, while filling
a country appointment, bis vision grew
dimmer until at the close of his sermon he
could see scarcely anything.
Mystic peonle want to know the where
abouts of Detective Bell. He arrested a
negro named Jack Powell at that place,
on the charge of ravishing and murdering
a white woman in Georgia, and having
jailed his prisoner lias disappeared. The
negro protests his innocence and says he
will sue the corporation for false imprison-
Cor. Minnesota, a 3d N Sts.,
t* ij,?antf dealer in all kinds of
BUILUING STUNE FOR bALE.
The New TJlm Stone Company is ready
to sell building stones at the Quarry. For
prices inquire of J. Pfenninger, W. Boesch,
A. Schell. or Chas. Stolzenberg Redstone.
NOTICE —The use of land for pasturing
or cutting of wood or quarrying and haul
ing of stone is notallowed unless by a writ
ten permit from the company.
On Minnesota River, near New TJlm, is
fully prepared to furnish lime of the verv
best quality in any quantity to contractors
and builders. Delivered 'o any desired
point either by team or rail at liberal
pi ices. All orders by mail promptly at
FRED A. GRAY
New TJlm, Minn.
Vaults, Cesspools and Chimnev Cleaning.
All kinds of Scavenger Work Promptly At
tended to. O. Box 588. All Orders by
Mail Promptly attended to.
LATH, .SHINGLES, DOOR*
—and all kinds d—
K£V TJLM, MU9
Star Sample Room,
JOSEPH SCHN0BRICH, Prop'r.
A fine lunch will be served every day
Cor. Minn. & Center streets.
New Ulm Mtaa
Brewer and Bottler.
MW Ul(M, MW.
This brewery Is one of the largest establishment*
of the kind in the Minnesota Valley and is fitted
up with all the modern improvements. Keg and
bottle beer furnished to any part of tVe city on
short notice. My bottle beer is especially adapted
for family use.
Country brewersard others that buy malt will
find it to their interest to place their orders with
me. All orders by mail will receive my prompt
OTTO SCHELL. Manager
C. F. Ruemke
Cor. Minnesota and 3rd North Sts.
N E W ULM, MINN
GEDIGE GROCERIES. CROCKER!
GLASSWARE and NOTIONS.
All Goods offered at prices which de
fy competition. Goods will be delivered
free to any part of the city. All kinds
of farm produce taken in exchange for
O O S O I E N E W I N
MRS. A. SEITER
This house is the moat centrally located
hotel in the city and affords
good Sample Booms.1-
CHAS. STUEBE, Prop'r.
A large supply of fresh meats, sau
sages, hams, lards, etc., constantly on*
hand. All orders from the country9'
promptly attended to.
CASH PAI FOR HIDES.
NEW ULM MARBLE WORKS,
lg. Schwendinger, JProp'r.
Monuments, Tombstones and ail
other work in my line made to order
promptly and in a workmanlike a
N E W MINN
GEO. BENZ d: SONS.
117 319 E. 8rd Str.
ft. Fart Ml**