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",HK ttdftljftf KB. EDITOR &"PROP~R.
XLei!i!J-'g
Next ^urstlay is the last working
day of the legislature. The Senate
will very likely bf convened in extra
wesson "as a court of impeachment.
H. Hall, editor of the St. Paul
Globe, Inns made another presidential
prediction. This time it is Thomas
A. Hendricks that he predicts, will
be the next President,
A convention of delegates of the
Greenback and Reform Parties was
held at Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 22d, and
effected the organization of a new
party to be known as the Nation
al Party.
The House of Representatives
reached a vote on the Juds Page
impeachment case, late last Wed
nesday night, and the resolution for
impeachment was adopted by
thepay
emphatic vote of 71 yeas, to 20 nays.
The speaker subsequently appointed
a committee to impeach Hon.v Sher
man Page, Judge of the 10th Judi-.
cial Dist. at the bar of the Senate
This matter will cost the State all
of 10,0003 before they get through
with it, so it will be seen that it is an
expensive luxury for the people to
elect incompetent judges.
The St. Paul Dispatch euterod
upon its eleventh year of existence
on the first of March. The Dispatch
under its present management is
most exellent paper. Although the
only "true blue" Republican daily
paper in the State, it treats all polit
ical questions in a fair candid way.
Jts news columns always contain
the latest news, while its editorial
columns bristle with spicy editor
ials. The weekly edition is made
up of good reading matter, and is a
like the paper for the merchant, the
mechanic and the farmer.
Hon. Benjamin F. Wade, of Ohio,
died at his residence in Jefferson at
6:30 last Saturday morning. Mr.
Wade was born 1800 and during his
life he has held many important
positions of trust. He had great in
fluence in* the Senate during the war
and was President of the Senate,
and became ex-olficio Vice-President
the ...United States when Lincoln's
death promoted Andrew Johnson
}'resident. was an ardent ad
vocate of the nomination and elec
tion of President Hayes, although
ho was not in accord with the Presi
dent's so-called southern policy.
BID'S DOLLAR.
At 1:40 p. in. last Thursday Presi
dent Hayes returned the silver bill
to the House of Representatives,
where it originated, without his sig
nature, presenting his objections in
A special message. The Senate and
House of representatives promptly
passed the bill over the President's,
veto, the former by a vote of 46 to 19
and the later by a vote of 198 to 72,
more than the required two thirds in
either house. Never before was a
veto so summarily disposed of. The
veto mess ige was presented to the
louse at 1:40, and at four o'clock
he hill became a law, nothwith-
SFundins: the President's obieetions.
Jaflge Cox Vindicated.
The committee appointed by the
House of Representatives to invest
igate the charges made against E.
St, Julien Cox by the Lanesboro
Journal, held a meeting last Satur
day and examined several witnesses.
7'he committee reported to the House
last Monday, that from a fair investi
gation of the subject matter, and all
testimony offered, the committee find
that Hon. E St. Julian Cox, Judge
of the Ninth Judicial Bistriqt, was
not intoxicated while presiding on
the bench during the term of Court
lately held by him at Fairmont,
Martin county, and that his conduct
as a judge while so presiding was
not in any manner censurable, and
that the charges in the Ijitnesboro
Journal are wholly false, slanderous
and untrue.
Tlie report of the committee was
unanimously adopted.
'Hon. C. 0 Brandt can now yeM
his laurcjs. Col. Hick9, a jneui-
.-^rfroiu M'mneapolia, and a v^ry
wtum opponent of the Morr'll school
"f,i)u lklHw introduoeci rhe follow jog
"trwsolution IJQ the itso of Bcprescn
t.itives last Fridays
tf
^Jfesoicei, Tiiatiot^e opinion
of lhi9 House, the JO. C. C. Brandt
i'a fcepiyiniy th#sam olftftr dollars
tt' '&"<?
*r-"*srii*fe mrtftjl'i
tendered him as a bribe for his vote
on the school text book bill and the
acceptance of the same" by him for
the purpose of exposure to this House
of the attempted bribery,-, was influ
enced by no other than.honest mo
tives, and Iv3
is hereby fully exoner-
ated from 'any suspicion of impure
motives in his action.''
The resolution was adopted with
out a dissenting vote. The papers
of the bribery investigating commit
tee had been refered to the Attorney
General the day before, where no
doubt they will be allowed to slum
ber.
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The following contract must be
signed by every one accepting seed
grain from the State:
ft No
County of
For and in consideration ot".,.. has.
of seed grain received from
the State of Minnesota under and by
virtue of "an act to furnish and dis
tribute seed grain for sufferers from
grasshopper ravages, approved Febru
ary 18th, 1878,"' I hereby promise to
to the said State the sum of
dollars, the cost of said seed grain,
and agree that said sum shall be tax
able against my real and personal prop
erty, the same to be levied by the
County Auditor of said county, and the
said tax to be collected by virtue of the
laws of this State and I hereby fur
ther agree that said sum so levied shall
be a first lien upon my crop of grain,
raised each year, until said tax is paid.
Attest
Auditor of said County.
Postonice address
"GERMAN SYRUP."
No other medicine in the world was
ever given such a test of its curative
qualities as Bosche's German Syrup.
In three years two million four hund
red thousand small bottles 01 this me
dicine were distributed free of charge
by Druggists in this country to those
afflicted with consumption, Asthma,
(roup, severe Coughs, Pneumonia and
other diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
giving the American people undeniable
proof that German Syrup will cure
them. The result has been that Drug
gists in every town and village in the\
United States are recommending it to
their customers. Go to Jos. Boideter,
and ask what he knows about it.
Sample bottles 10 cents. Regular xiy
75 cents*. Three doses will relieve any
ease
Kiesling, Kellerj
Ss Co
Carry the largest stock of
AND
General MercnaMise,
Or ANY HOUSE WEST O ST. PAUL,
Are in constant receipt of
2STEW GOODS.
Kiesling, Keller & Co.
Cor. Minn, and Centre Sts.
New Ulni, Itliim.
M. MULLEN.
Wholesale pn Retail Dealer la
SHELF & HEAVY HARDWIRE
IRON AXDSTEEL.
Farming Tools
AND
BUILDING PAPER.
Apcnt for
CASE & SWEEPSTAKE THRESHERS.
Kirby, Wood, Wktd&r and Buckeye
REAPERS and MOWER8
Furst Bradley
HAYRAKES
FVRST* BR&DJXY
MoSHElYRy SEEDERS.
Cormr Minn. & :$ond North Sts.
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St. PaM Advertisements.
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.^JT" This spaced*reserved for
'^SH^O Jobbers ^.|r
Books, Stationery &" Paper,
87 E, 3d St St. Paul. Minn.
Benz & Becht,
Importers & Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN DOMESTIC
LIQUORS
& "Wr^STES,
(93 W 3d St., St. Paul, Minn.
NOIES, BROTHERS & CUTLER,
WHOLESALE
St. IPQAJII- ZMIinzi.
Miltcaukee AdceriisewenU.
J. B. HCEGER & SONS,
Importersfc.Wholesale
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
& HUH BOOK
Manufacturers,
I Milwaukee "Wis.
1 i F. GOKTZ. ADOLPH MF.INKKE. C. PKKZKORK.
JMEINECKE & CO..
Importers ami Jobbers of
!Toys,FaiiGy Goods,Yankee Mions,
Willow Wsire & Children's Ciirriii.s^s
DRY GOODS, and dealers in
GROCERIES, NUTSWat8 GREEN FRUITS
HATSANDCAPSJ' etc. etc. etc.
Boots & Shoes,35
I No.93 HaraStrestMinute -Wis.
J. FEMES & M,
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CUTUEJRY WOEKS,
Manufacturers it Wholesale Dealers in
Cutlery, Buns and Revolvers,
A Large And Well Selected Stock Of 175 & 77 Lake Strwt. Chicago.
Ladies' & Gents' Underwear.!
Our stm'k of
Notions and Trimmings
Is fill], complete an^ marked at low living profits
IVti earmtstly rc'iuesl an e.raminotJ.o)
before, ptirrh using- elswhcrc.
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Hanft, Franta & Beussmann's
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H. H. Beussmann's Store.
Po^st Office Block, Cor. Minn. & 1st North Stra., New Ulm, Minn.
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There always will be found a full line of different kinds of FAUMINU MACHINES:
as, 'freshers, Sell! Hinders, Harvesters, Reapers. Mowers, Horse Hakes Ma-
chine Repairs Sulky, and other Plows Cultivators "tc etc.
Also a full Assortment of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel,Carpen-
ter & Farmer Tools, Guns & Sporting Hoods, etc. etc.
"We invite all our Farmers and other friends to come and examine our ma-
chines, and other goods, before purchasing elsewhere. Our machines are all
fully warranted, and will be sold at bottom prices.
0. SJauft, J. Franta, II. II. Bciissmaiiii.
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AGENT FOR THE WELL KNOWN AND RENTABLE
*,^Will pay I believe I am now bettor prepared than ever before, to furnish ray cuatomew with machines u-,p
PROFITABLE and XOBB DURABLE than any other in the market and will simply *suy, c^aie and'ex'mine niv
of crooda before purchasing elsewhere. Aly -machines ara FVLL-X WARBAKII: and
A f^ supyly of BEPiiss KEPT CONSTA 021 H.VSU.~^"7 7." ~"t ,1 -v'A
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