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OUR PARIS LETTER.
THE DEATH OF BISHOP OF ORLEANS, ANOTHER STYLE OF FRENCH ENTER- PRISE. THE PASSAGE OF THE ANTI SOCIALIST BILL. TRIAL OF PARISI AN SOCIALISTS. (From our regular correspondent.) PARIS, November 30th, 18T8. The death of Bishop Dupanloup removes from the Roman Catholic Church in France the ablest and most conspicuous ecclesiastic its later days have known. He died at Lain ,cey (Loiret), where he was staying with a friend. He had been suffer ing from pericarditis, but expired somewhat suddenly. Though Mon signor Dupanloup was best known as a preacher, yet he was Uie author of several educational and theologi cal works. His literary acquire ments were acknowledged by his ad nission into the French Academy, but all his zeal in the cause of relig ion did not obtain for him the honor of a Cardinal's hat. His opinions were too large and liberal to chime in exactly with those of the Roman Curia under Pio Nono and he never heartily supported "Ultramontau- ism," though lie loyally accepted the .decrees of the Vatican Council as binding on his conscience. Had his life been prolonged, however, it is quite possible that this honor might have been bestowed on him Pope Leo. His last publication was a protest against the Voltaire centenary. Since'the war of 1870 he had a seat in the Legislature, and was the soul of the opposition to the Republic. Monsignor Dupanloup .even among the non-religious por tion of the French nation in his dio cese was much respected on account of his noble and generous nature. France is just now plunged in a lottery fever. The grand raffle origi nally devised for the purpose of rais ing money to bring workingmen and peasants gratis to the Paris Exhibi tion has swollen into a monster nui sance, and is being used as a* vehicle for the most unblushing electoral corruption. Nothing can be more discreditable to the French Govern ment than their conduct in this af fair. At first only a million tickets were to be issued, at one franc a piece and out of the $200,000 rais ed one-half was to be devoted to the charitable purpose above indicated, while the remainder was to be spent in the purchase of prizes consisting entirely of art objects. Even limit ed to these /proportions the lottery was objectionable for it would have been simpler if the Government had asked the Chambers for a grant in aid of its excursion projects unless, indeed, the yet more desirable plan had been followed of allowing these excursions to be managed by private charity. The first issue of a million tickets was, however, )on disposed of thanks to the brisk tooting of all officials connected with the finance jiepartmeiit-tax collectors, tobacco nists, &c. Then a second million was put forth, and then a third. By this time-functionaries of all degrees, from prefects to postmen and gardes chumpetras, were. in full cry push ing the sale of the lottery tickets and demands poured in to such an extent that a fourth, fifth, and sixth million were speedily decreed and sold off. Now it has been decided to emit eight millions but the Com missioners will probably not stop till they have sold their tenth million, even if they desist then. There is no reason why they should not go on issuing a million tickets a week for SGAeral weeks longer for the gambling epidemic with which they have smitten the country is raging with an intensity which, will not soon spend itself. At every new is sue 1C0,CC0 is already set apart for the purchase of prizes, so that 60p,Q0Q has already been applied to this purpose. But this is not all for thousands of tradespeople, anx ious to advertise themselves, have made voluntary offerings of their wares, insomuch that every holder of a ticket will have about one chance out of twenty of drawing something. Stimulated by this prospect and by the magnitude of some of the prizes offered, men and women of all degreesan'fT childi*en too, for that matter=are staking all the francs they can spare on the chance of turning up a for tune. Little urchins in communal schools, are dubbing their sous,, not only with |he approval but with the encouragement of their teachers, who dread to baulk the juvenile en thusiasm lest they should be accused of being hostile to a grand Republi pan charity. Many village school, masters have themselves been made agents for the sale of tickets. Every where the^e vexatiously enticing gljps of pafper are' thrust before nr i fvp people's eyes and all over France there is a talk only of M. Erautz's '%ros lots" of $20,000 and $25,000,. which are to be paid in jewelry, or cash, as the winners may prefer, yi The news of the passage of the Anti-Socialist Bill in the German Parliament on Saturdaj by 221 votes against 149 has just reached me. Both sections of the Conservative party and the National Liberals re corded their votes without exception in favor of the bill, and they were joined by the Loewe group and some Liberals belonging to no special par ty. Prince Bismark then read a message from the Emperor autho rizing him to close the Reichstag. The Prince expressed his satisfaction at the passing of the bill, and said that the Federal Governments were determined, with the means provid ed by his measure, to make a sincere effort to cure the prevalent disease. They could scarcely succeed in ac complishing this in the space of two years and a half, but the Govern ment hoped for further concessions from the Reichstag alter the discus sions which have now taken place. After giving three cheers for the Emperor the House adjourned. The Anti-Socialistic Lawwhich, it is stated, was confirmed by the Federal Council by an almost unanimous vote the Government of the Princi pality of Reuss being the only dis sentientwas signed by the crown Prince fit Potsdam on Monday, pub lished in the Official Gazette onTues day, and immediately put into force. The trial of thirty-eight persons charged with holding an unauthor ized meeting, viz., the attempted Socialistic Congress of the 3d of Septembercommenced onTuesday. One of them is a medical student, .another a pamphleter, and there are women, the remainder being arti sans. Twenty-two of them decline the aid of councel. maintaining that no law contrary to the right of pub lic meeting is entitled to respect. The ringleader was twitted by the Judge with having started a Social istic paper in Paris with money from Berlin. This he at first strove to deny, but on being threatened with the production of letters showing the dispatch of money by 'German Socialist Committees, he rejoined, "After all, what matters it? Foreign capital is appealed to every day." Quite so "retortedthe Judge," when it is a question of useful and above board enterprises but to undermine the institutions of their country people do not go and seek money in Germany." An6ther defendant, Massard, admitted relations with the American Socialist Committee, and the Judge reminded him that letters had been found on him from all parts of the world, including Persia. ALPHA. A Disastrous Undertaking. From the Burlington Hawkeye. It took three men, two boj*s and a brindle dog an hour and a half to drive a sandy pig a distance of two blocks, down to the ferry boat yes terday afternoon. When the weari some drive was ended, the dog was bit in three places, the boy had sprained his ancle, broken two win dows by throwing stones at the.pig, one of the men was tired to death, aiid the other two were drunk, and the pig was two miles back from the' river, going west, and sarcastically asking people it met if they could tell where the Burlington ferry crossed the Mississippi. LIVER IS KING. The Liver is the imperial organ of the whole human system, as it controls the life, health and happiness of man. When it is disturbed in its proper ac tion, all kinds of ailments are its natur al result. The digestion of food, the movement of the heart and blood, the action of the brain and nervous system, are all immediately connected with the workings of the Liver. It has been successfully proved that Greens August Flower is unequalled in curing all per sons afflicted with Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint, and all the numerous symp toms that result from anunhealthy con dition to the Liver and Stomach. Sample bottles to try 10 cents. Posi tively sold in all towns of the Western Continent. Three doses will prove that it is .lust what you want. For sale by Jos. Bobleter. Every "family shonld keep in their house somepre paration'for accidents and acute diseases, such as Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Diphtheria, Sore Throat. Burns, Scalds, Sprains, Cuts, Bruises aNo Ipolic, Pains, Inflamation in the Bowels. These are painful and nfeed^immediate treatment. Much pain, large doctor bills, and even life may be saved y. having something ready for use. Go to your drug feistand get a bottle of Bixby's Death to Pain. Ub. for the above, and. everything it is recommended for, aiid if it fails to give relief, your money will be refunded.- It is used internally and externally. Don't hesitate to ne 11 remedy endorsed by physi cians, and which the proprietor takes all the ri*k. Kor sale by all Druggist*. Try it for yourself. Jos Bobleter keeps it in New Ulm. Also by the propn eter. L. Bixby, Owutonna Minn,, who will bupplie he tradfe.1:' &\-**% i STXMJfc02TS STATE OF MINNESOTA $*'. COUNTY OF BROWN. $ In Justice Court before M. C. Burn side, Justice of the Peace, to Israel Leighton defendant, You are hereby summoned and required to ap pear before the undersigned, one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said Connty, on the 7tU day of December, 1878, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,at my office in the village of Sleepy Eye in said County, to answer to N. P. Nelson in a civil action. Should you fail to appear at the time and place aforesaid, judgment will be rendered against you upon the evidence adduced by the said N. Nel son for such sum as he shall show himself entitled to. Given under my hand this 1st day of November, 1878. M. C. BURNSIDE, Justice of the Peace. sxji^:iwfl:o3srs STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BROWN. In Justice Court before M. C. Burn side,Justice of the Peace,toF. Sanford defendant, Yon are hereby summoned and required to ap pear before the nndersigned,one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said county,on the 7th day of December, 1878 at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, at my office in the village of Sleepy Eye,in said County, to answer to X. P. Nelson in a civil action. Should yon fail to appear at the time and place aforesaid, judgement will be rendered against you upon the evidence adduced by the said N. P. Nel son for such sum as he shall show himself entitled to. Given under my hand this 1st day of November, 1878. M. C. BURNSIDE, Justice of the Peace. ss. Mortgage Sale. Default having been made in the payment of the sum of Seventeen Hundred and Kight and 66-100 Dollars. ($1708 66-100), which is claimed to be due at the date of this notice upon a certain Mortgage, duly executed and delivered by J. P. Current (a widower) Mortgagor, to Anton Henle, as guardian of Maria, Anton and Franzisca Messmer, Minors, Mortgagee, bearing date the tenth day of August A. D. 1S74, and, with a power of sale therein con tained, duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds, in and for the County of Brown aiid State of Minnesota, on the tenth day of August A.D 1S74. at 6 o'clock, P. M., in Book "G" of Mortgages, on page 387 and no action or proceeding having been instituted, at law or otherwise, to recover the debt secured by said Mortgage, or any part thereof, Now therefore, notice is hereby given, That by virtue of the power of sale contained in said Mort gage, and pursuant to the Statute in such case made and provided, the said Mortgage will be foreclosed, by a sal* of the premises described in and covered by said Mortgage, viz: The North Half of the South West Quarter and the South West Quarter of the South West Quarter of Section One (1) and the North East Quarter of the South Kiist Quarter of Section Two (2) all in Township One Hundred and Ten (110) North of Range Thirty-two (132) West of the 5th Principal Meridian. Also a tract of Twenty (viO) acres described as follows: Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot Number Sixteen (16) of Section Thirty-one (31) in Township One Hundred and Eleven (111) North of Range Thirty-one (31) West, thence east Ten (10) Chains: thence South Twenty (20) Chains thence West Ten (10) Chains thence North Twenty(20)Chainsto the place of be ginning, in Brown Co. and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances which sale will be made by the Sheriff of said Brown County at the front door of the Court House, in the-City, New Ulm, in said County and State, on the 21st day of December A. D. 187S, at 2 o'clock p. m., of that day, at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest,"and the taxes, if any, on said premises, and Seventy-five dollars attorney's fee a. stipulated in and by said Mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allow ed by law subject to redemption at any time with in one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. Dated, New Ulm November 6th, AD. 1878. ANTON HENLE, Guardian of Maria, Anton and Francisca Messmer, Minors,Mortgagee. B. F. WEBBER Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgage Sale. Default having been made in the payment of the sum of Six Hundred and Thirty-fire and 18-100 Dollars, (635 18-100.) which is claimed to be due at the date of this notice upon a certain Mortgage, duly executed and delivered by Franklin D. Greene ind Sarah D. G. Greene his wile Mortgagors to D. N.Ware Mortgagee, bearing date the second day of September, A.D. 1878, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds, in and for the County of Brown and State of Minnesota, on the third day of September, A. 1S78, at 11 o'clock, A M., in Book"H"of Mortgages, on page476,and no action or proceeding at law or otherwise having been insti tuted to recover the debt secured by said Mortgage, or any part thereof Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by vir tue of a power of sale contained in said Mortgage, and pursuant to the Statute in such case made and provided, the said Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premises described in and covered by said Mort gage viz: The North Half, and the South West Quarter of the North East Quarter of Section Number Twenty (20) in Township Number One Hundred and Eleven (111) North, ofRanee Number Thirty two (32) West of theft Principal Meridian, containing One Hundred and Twenty (120) acres of land, according to Government Survey in Brown County and State of Minnesota, with the heredita ments and appurtenances, will be sold at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and the taxes, if any, on said pre mises, and Fifty dollars attorney's fee as stipulated in and by said Mortgage in case of foreclosure, and thetdisbursements allowed by law which sale will be made by the Sheriff of said Brown County, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of New Ulm, in said County and State, on the 30th day of November A. D. 1878, at 2 o'clock P. M., of that day, subject to redemption at any time within one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. Dated, New Ulm, October 10th A. D. 1878. B.F.WEBBER, D.N.WARE, Attorney for Mortgagee, Mortgagee. W. Boesch. J. Pfenninger. Eagle Mill Co. NEW ULM, MINN. Merchant and Custom Milling I". Promptly Bone. Improved Machinery for the Manufacture of the Finest Grades of Flour. Feed of all Kinds Manufactured. Excellent Machinery for the Sawing of Lumber. The highest cash priceJpaid*6r exchanged for milling wheat. DEALERS of T'ie flour |3^ Highest market price paid for two and three-year-old steers. Inqui 1 of M. H. Gamble at Burns Station or Henry Dressier, New Ulm. sn --*i i ^a+W^-i-".^^*..^^^!.^,^^,^ ONLY TOR CASH-! Dealer in AGRIDDLTDBAL IMPLEMENTS, Agent for the STOTJGTTON WAGONS AND SLEIGHS, Dixon, 111., and Rock Island PLOWS, WATONWAN FANNING MILLS, and DomesticSewingMachines, NEW ULM, MINN. I would also inform the public that I have established a branch agency at Sleepy Eye, where everything in my line can be obtained. S. B. PETEBSOS. New Store! WE WILL SELL I our large stock of Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, &c. after Sept. 1. At Cost For Cash. Now is the time for you to buy and get good goods at low prices. Examine Our Goods and Obtain Our Prices, Befora Buying Elsewhere. mg, ILAPP BEOS. & CO. HOLESALE JEWELERS. -A. PULL 3LiI3STE O AMERICAN AM FOREIGN.WATCHES- S. D. Peterson LARGEST STOcK LOWEST PRIcES! SEND FOR CATALOGUE PLEASE CALL WHEN IN THE CITY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AKD CAREFUL ATTENTION. 161 State Street, CHIGAGO. Appointed to carry the Royal Belgian and U. S. Mails, sailing between 11)k: New Store I GEORGl JACOB S. Dealer in Dry Goods, ^Notions, Hats, Caps, Groceries, Crockery, Oils, Varnishes, T&ct. 3 &et-:J "~&ct. tST All goodssold at bottom Store on Minn. St. between 2d & 3d North street?, NEW UL M, Mura^ ANTWERP AND PHILADELPHIA line, viz: VADERLAND, NEDERLAND, LAND, RELGENLAND. The Steamers of this Line are of 3,5C0 tons burden, have been specially constructed for the trade, with double bottoms and sides, and for the STRENGTH, SAFETY, SPEED and COMFORT are unsurpassed, and in their appointments and accommodations are not excelled by any Steamers afloat. Antwerp forms the shortest and most direct route to BELGIUM, SOUTHERN GERMANY, the NETIIERLANDS.AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND and ITALY PETER WRIGHT $ SONS, Gen'l Agents, 307 Walnut str., Philadelphia W. E. LA WHENCE, Manager, 119 East Randolph'str., Chicago, 111. Tickets for all classes to and from all points in Europe, via the Red Star and American Line, may be had of AND ALTERNATELY EVERY TWELVE DAYS. following New anl Strictly First-Class IronSteamships sail in th NEW YORK. RHYLAND SWITZERLAND, T7ESTER- JOS. BOBLETER. NewiUlm, Minn. 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Patent Office, and to Senators and Members of Congress from every State. Address: LOUIS BAGGER & Co., Solid, ors of Patents and Attorneys at Law. Le Droit Building, WASHINGTON, D. C. GEORGE KUHLMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Contested cases made a specialty. Will buy notes and advance money on first class paper left with me for collection. A Office over Brown County Bank. NEW ULM MissJE Westphal Keeps oif hand a large and well as sorted Stock Of MILLINEBY, FANCY GOODS and ZEPHYB WOOL, opposite the Union Hotel, between Second and North streets. UZM, MINN. pricesNEWThird 4 }fy^/ .Hi Co.