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Klossner & Mueller
We handle the Minneapolis Binders, the best in the market.
he Walter A. "Woods, the Crown, and the Buckeye Machines are
excelled by none. Get them of us.
J, I. Case Agitator and Minnesota Chiet, Lt will nay you to
call on us for prices,
Plows & Cultivators
The Deer and Norwegian Plows and Riding and Walking Cul
tivators have no equal. They are the best and cheapest.
Wagons and carriages
In Wagons and carriages we carry the largest stock in the city.
They include the Fish Bros, and Weber Lumber wagons and
the Climax and Racine buggies and carriages. W can give
you good figures on all.
Scales and fanning Mills
As agents for the Fairbanks and Victor platform scales, we
think we can give the public better bargains than you can get
elsewhere. W handle also the best grades of
and in fact all other kinds of farm implements.
Served Exclusively to the
21,477,212 People admitted to
the World's Fair Grounds.
Universally accepted as the
Leading Fine Coffee ofthe World.
Chase and Sanborn coffee makes an excellent drink, is pleasant to
the taste and decidedly healthful.
j@*Bear in mind also that we lead in the grocery and crockery line.
You only have to visit the store to be convinced.
vOur aim: To sell the best of everything.
Cneror Minn.rand Centre Str.
New Ulm, Minn,
We trade for and sell horses, and desire you^to call on us when
you want anything in the hardware and machinery line.
F. H. BEHNKE.
It makes Excellent Bread. It assists economy. It is the equal of any
and superior to most brand. Samples on request.
Ool. Bobleter Denies Eeceiving Interest on
The Tribune of the 20th says: A
Minneapolis evening paper says that an
expert accountant who has been masing
an investigation into the three defunct
banks of that city,the AmericanExcbage,
State, and Farmers' and Merchants,
claims to have brought to light proof
that State Treasurer Bobleter has been
the recipient of "personal interest" It
was found, the expert asserts, that drafts
bearing interest at 3 per cent had been
maue out payable to different persons,
and that before being returned to the
bank the same had been paid to Bobleter.
In a few cases only were the drafbs'niade
out to Bobleter direct, nearly all of
them being made payable" to some bank
employe or a citizen.
Col. Bobleter was seen to-night regard
ing the matter and he made a denial
similar to that published by the Tribune
in an interview with him when the charg
es were first made. "The receiver stipu
lated," Col. Bobleter said last night,
"that we had $10,000 over and above
what was necessary to pay the adminis
tration, ard on the strength of that At
torney-General Childs went before the
court and asked for an order for pay
ment of the $10,000 on the ground that
the state was a preferred creditor, and
that other moneys be paid as they were
received until the^state claim was fully
justified. The case was argued before
Judge Smith a week ago last Monday.
He filed his order with the clerk of the
court that the receiver pay the state the
$10,000. The money has not yet been
paid over, but I presume it will be as I
presented the order to the receiver a
week ago lastMonday, though I have not
seen him since. He said then that he
wanted to wait a few days to see if any
one wanted to appeal from that order."
Col. Bobleter was of the opinion that
the report that the expert had discovered
evidences of fraudulently acquired interest
on state deposits had become mixed.
"You will remember," he said, "that in
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Novemberiwhra the matter "was first
brought before the public, Mr. Arctander
made an affidavit to the effect that a cor
rupt agreement had been entered into
between the officers of the Bank of New
England and myself whereby I was to
receive 2£ per cent additional interest on
state money for my own use, all of which
was denied at the time. I have never
asked or even intimated to the officers of
the Bank of New England that I expect
ed any compensation for myself for
state deposits and the first deposit the
Bank of New England was made upon
the solicitation of some of my friends
who were not actively engaged in the
management of the bank.
"The whole fight," continued the state
treasurer, "has been made on us to de
feat the state's preferred claim. Those
who have opposed the motion of having
the state a preferred creditor also held
in their opposition that the money was
not properly deposited, that the books
showed that the state of Minnesota had
no meney on deposit. In depositing the
mony to the credit of Joseph Bobleter,
state treasurer, I have only followed in
the footsteps of my predecessors, and
the money is so deposited in all the
line of cloaks cannot be surpassed.
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Carriages, Sleighs and Spring-Wagons,
.ine of Fuller & Johnson Mfg. Co. goods such as Mowers, Rakes, Plows etc
Tfeo tnitxts to See to.
& Taylor & Minneapolis Engines & Separators, Hubs» enqines
"inding Twine. Maornne Oils, Pu Hi tools. Iifio','i'UtH 1 »i a I
riC3s iviil a*t iiiisli i. vV i-j'i in tn's city a i*. v» ='i I
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OLD RELIABLE POINTERS
You will preceive this fact by visiting the store
of Beussmann Bros, We handle only ttie
best of hardware and in guns and other
things are as well equipped as anyone in
the city. We are constantly renovating
and improving our stock and aim to give
our patrons fair bargains and good goods.
Fine cutlery a specialty.
The only question that interests the reader is
where to buy a stove that will satisfy. Let
us interest you then.
W a & Saverien
FIRST, Get a stove that will save trouble.
SECOND, Get a stove that will save coal.
I have them and my customers have always been satisfied. Homes that I
have supplied with heaters would not be without them
J. B. ARNOLD.
Watch this space next week.
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