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Will Vote as usual at the next school election— but for many candidates. They givi a unanimous vote—every day in tfat week—in favor of WHITE RUSSIAN because they know it has no equal as a labor and temper saver on wash-day. The "White Russian" is a great soap to use in hard or alkali water. Does not "oughen or injure the hands—is per fectly safe to use on the finest fabrics. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. Disky Diamond Tar Soap. ^.I^SSSS?* handles nothing but the purest A full stock of PERFU3IES, TOILET ARTICLES, SOAPS. STATIONERY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Standard PAINTS & OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES and GLASS. For a good smoke try our leading nickel cigars. 0. M. OLSON, Mardian Block New Ulra. Minn F. BURG Manufacturer of and Dealerin CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES. Corner Minn, and Centre Str. NewUl Minn John Hauenstein BreWcr MaJt$ter. Our brewery is one of the largest in the west. It is also splendidly equipped and the product is of tfee finest quality. Ask for Hauenstein's beer if you want a crood-tastinsr healthful drink. ^SEW 17LM MISTS AUG SGHELL, BREWER NEW AND MALSTER ULM. MINN. This brewery is one of the largest establishments of its kind in the Minnesota Valley and is fitted up with all the modem improvements. Keg and bot tle beer furuisned to any part of the city em short notioe. My bottle beer is especially adapted for family use.! Country brewers and others that buy malt will find to their interest to place their orders with me All orders by mail will receive mv prompattea Hon, OTT O SCHELL Manager, VORY »PURE IRRITATION. THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COL. onCTt A I E S PO IOU KHO W FEUX LE-BRUN JSTEEL HK PEJTOYH Plll§ ^aretheorjginsiana' out BaENCH,(*fc«a*»r Hablecore on the market. Pnos3M)&*Fst hv mail. Genome soUofc^rbr O. Oken Druggist, Hew TJlm. DR HOGr Grity DrciO Store. Don't fail to call and see our goods before buying. It kas always been our pride to preyentlanydne from going to the Twin Cities to buy anything in our line so long aswe sell the same goods for the same prices and pay freight to your town. We also have the largest aDd best stock of Undertakers let $ (jive you a Pointer. Mow is the time to buy your Sleighs and Cutters. Kiosser and Mueller are the dealers to buy of, for they'will give you the best prices and the best goods. They also give bargains in ABSOLUTELY PURE and all kinds of FARM MACHINERY. THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Klossner & Mueller. Has stead tat Te* ef TbwMj.l MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER A N S COMBINE 1 f« a a photographs by |flf a new process, 14 17 inches. Tbey are the finest thing out and we wift-' give one free with every 2 dozen 6£ wedding pictures ordered from us. Tbey make nice Christmas Gifts. Saltier & Meyer, „v Photograpj FORTHELADIES. Have you seat |ourgnd£an: Baskets. They are the nicest thin^ out—durable, tasty and cheap. Get ewe foe your wife at Eckstein's Drugstore, Supplies- and are Practical Embalmers. A N A O ls&Tl<T2T. EVERY FARMER W O RAISES|HOGS 'SHOULD-USE: JOS HA/*S' POWDER It Heej$ theln healthy a&d fatten* JP. 6. Alwin, Sole Agent. Dyspepsia Mrs. Judge Peck Tells Wow }.V She Wa CuretfJ^J SmTerar*jromDyspepsia shooMread the fol lowing letter from Mrs. H. iM. Peck, wife of Jatti»Peek,a justice atTracy,Cal,,and a writer connected wife- the Asaocnrted frees: 4 "Bya deep seams- of gratitude for tae great tieacfit I bare receivedfrom the use of HooSs Saisanariua, leave beenfedtowritethe folio*' tag •tatf"""** for tb» benefit of suaems who BUT be sbnilarJYafflicted. For 15 yean leave beena great auserer fromdyspepsiaand il~~. H«Srt Troubtel Almost everything I atewould distress aseTT tried different Ueatmenta and ntedlemesv tat failed toreauxerettef. Two- yean ago friend sued upon, me to try Hood's aaraaparilla first tortile I noticed helped ass, so I coo tinnedtakingit. RdtdwrsonmehnMaf myMends spofco of the JaunwrunenC I MDTABAPOUS, De 10.—Clans Blixt has- made a confession that demon strates beyond refutation that Harry Hayward stands foremost in the annals of crime. He is an arch fiend in the guise of human shape, a man utterly deToid of, sensibility, whose heart's blood is like to that of a fish, a veritable monster, and the Hennepin county au thorities were wise when they removed trim beyond the corporation Emits of Minneapolis. Blixt, by his confession, establishes beyond a doubt that Harry Hayward instigated the murder, asd that Blixt fired the fatal shot and hur ried back to the city. Blixt confesses that lie killed Cathar ine Ging himself, and that Hayward planned the crime. Several weeks be fore the murder he says Hayward came to bim and broached the matter. It was first proposed that Hayward kill her, and Blixt should Make Away With the Remains after the murder. But when the fatal night arrived Hayward's coward heart asserted itself and it was decided ?that Blixt should kill her. The affair had beea carefully discussed, and Hayward had informed the engineer exactly how to fire the shot. On Monday Blixt took a car on the Hennepin avenue line, getting off at I Kenwood boulevard on Lowry hilL Arrangements had been previously made whereby he was to meet Hay ward there, and in a short time he heard bim whistle. They stopped to converse for a few moments, and, as per arrangement, Catherine G-ing drew up in a carriage. Hayward had made the woman believe she was to meet some person who could furnish "green goods," and consequently she Had All Her Money With Her. When she drove up she asked Hay ward if he was ready to go with her, but he remarked that there was a pos sibility of detection if ho went along with her in the carriage. Blixt, he said, would drive her to the appointed place near Lake Calhoun, and he (Hay ward) would take a car and meet them. Accordingly she acquiesced by driv ing with the engineer. Hayward. left them and went back to the Ozark, and from there to Mr. Bartleson's residence, arranging for his alibi. Blixt rode along until he reached the intersection of Lake street and Excelsior road. Catherine appeared uneasy and several times asked for Harry. Blixt told her he would soon make his appearance. She then turned her head to look back, at the same time remarking that she thought it quder he did not come. This was the opportunity Blixt was looking for. He had his revolver ready, and Deliberately Shot Her in the Head, under the ear, just as he had been told to do by his master. Death was instan taneous. The murderer drove on for about half a mile, with the dead woman by his side, hidden from view by the buffalo robe, and then turned around and came back, dropping the body out of the carriage where it was afterward found by Erhart. He then returned to the Ozark, arriving there shortly after 10. Blixt was to receive one-fifth of the insurance money, which was $2,000, for his part in the tragedy. Hayward, he said, discussed the mur der with him for fully four weeks be fore the murder was done. He also re ferred to the other murders that might occur. He told Blixt that he had killed two men, and Intended to Kill Several More before the winter was over. He did not give the names of those he intended to kill, but told the engineer he would let him in on the jobs and pay him well fo* it. Haywazd, Blixt said, was planning to burn the Ozark some timeduringthe winter. It was to be burned for the in surance, and it did not make any dif ference if every person in the building was burned, just so that the job was well done. Blix^ of course, was to help do the work and receive pay for it. The confession as given verbatim, was a dreadful affair and caused the blood of the listeners to ran cold. It was made in the presence of Mayor Eustis, Assistant County Attorney Hall, In spector Hoy and Secretary Mannix. Cooaxaas Adry Hayward. The confession is in substance a con firmation of the statement previously made by Adry Hayward, Harry's brother, to the effect that Harry had told him of has plan to murder Miss Ging, and had attempted to get him, (Adry) to do the job. Adry refused and informed Elder F. M. Stewart of the plot. Both Harry and Adry Hay ward are now in jail at St. PauL •m HIS S SEALED. Harry- Hayward Hoc Hamate* tae Mar der «f Mte ca»«v MnrjOEAFOUS, Deo. 1L Monday passed-without a confession in, theGing nrnrder ease, and it looks as if many store days would elapse before Harry Hayward. reveal* all he knows about the murder of Catherine Gina Ifcia evident that Harry is reserving hist. atutjy lor, the, care of the petit jury in, whose hands hie SGe will fie. What that story is nobody can diving but Harry saidthat it would "paralyse the whole galaxy off defective* and crmnV «aW But jnat now he is maintaining abaolntoaaeaee regarding* thenUrder. a a theto|»ieof in the FIoexQfty and Harry 'ea^anembetagtionnestsdhy with a S axanner mardera ate hod at dour tails oonfrrming the statement* previ ously made. The representative 20 Armenian refugees who arrived here from Armenia after a journey full of hardships and suffering. Securing the services, of a first class interpreter, he questioned them concerning- the terri hie events of which they had in a num ber of cases been eye-witnesses.J&§ This party of Armenians is the "first that has escaped from the districts where the massacres occurred, and it is believed that even worse remainsto*be told as the horrors recorded are under stood to have lasted for a long time after this party fled. The number of villages devastated is said to be over 32. The Armenians fled in every direction, but many of them "were captured by the Turkish troops before, they could get away and were taken to prison! KIMBEREFS KICK, Protest of the English Secretary to the Sultan likely to Be Heeded. -LONDON, De 5.—The Times says it believes that the Earl of Kimberly, sec retary of state for foreign affairs, has made energetic representatiojs to the parte to the effect that the latter's or der to the Turkish commission to make a searching inquiry into title Armenian massacre was not enough, as the re port of a purely Turkish commission would not inspire any public confi dence. The Times adds that the sul tan has now come to recognize this simple truth and is reported to be ready to admit an independent element to form part of the commission. Continuing, The Times says: "In the interests of truth and justice, we trust that this report is well founded." EXTERMINATING TH E COOKS. Again a Deputy Marshal and Posse Will Attempt It, It Is Said. ST. LOUIS, Dec. 5.—A special to The Republic from Perry, O. T., says: News was received there that the Cook gang was at Bed Bock, a small station two miles north of here, and the super intendent of the Santa Fe road advised Marshal Nix, who, in turn, ordered the deputy marshal of that place to go with a posse. It is feared that an at tempt will be made to rob a train at Bed Bock. The posse from here is heavily armed, and a battle is sure if the robbers show up. Two Wore Smags-lers Jailed. DETROIT, Dec 5.—Two more arrests of the Turkish goods smuggling gang were made during the day. The cul prits are Joseph Lazerns and John Nichols, who were employed as gate keeper and deckhand by the Detroit and Windsor Ferry company. Their part of the job was bringing* over bags of the goods, for each of which they re ceived $5 and upwards. Colonel Fellows on Trial. N EW YORK, Dec. 5—The trial of Colonel John B. Fellows, district' at torney of the city and county of New York, upon charges of neglect of duty, was begun before Governor Flower's commissioner, ex-Senator John J. Len BOU of Kingston. One set of charges made by good government clubmen embraces over 300 specific cases. They Interfered With w»~«»»«if. GRAND FORKS, N. D., Dec. 5.—In the United States court T. C. KenneBy and John Buckley, with four others, from Mandan, were arraigned on the charge of interfering with United States mar* shals. Kennelly was the Populist nom inee for railroad commissioner tbfo year and Buckley is chief of police of Man dan. The trial was continued till the March term at Bismarck. Attorney General Standish will defend. Bis Money far the Beds. ABMOTJE, S. D., Dec. 5.—General Smith, the United States Indian agent here, expects to pay the Yankton Sioux. Indians $147,000, being the first pay ment due them on the purchase price from the government for their lands. This land, purchased from the TnfKMw? by the government consisting of 160, 000 acres, is expected to be thrown open to homesteaders by proclamation of the president now at any time, '1''' anniottaire lumberman Dead. ^V LYONS, la., Dec. 5.—At Minneapolis occurred the death of David Joyce, the millionaire lumberman of Lyons. He was nearly 70 years old. Paralysis caused his death. A this death he was connected with 13 sawmill plants in various parts of the country, and h*m business in "22 different localities. "^"-"Xfesnrfafaa Co*ster£ettera BcsuNcrroN, la., Dec. 5.—Hangers on at file office of United States Commis sioner Cooper were edified by the sight of a gang of three counterfeiters under going examination. They were arrested Saturday ami brought here andlodged in jaiL They are: John Krewson, SL Ew Lushaand Allen Newport. Wf- &OTJXFAI££ De S»—The comuns of the soldiers' home at Hot Springs, & D.« met here and decided to ask the coming legislature to appro priate $80,000 for the maintenance of the nome for the next two years. wife, after having Tised Mother** Frtewd,r*M»edthroo^theordeaIwith pain, was atraagSB in awfeoar than & a week after the birth of bee former child. Jv J. MCGOUDBXCK, "t Beans Stav, Temu Matter's Frfcad robbed pain of ft* tenor and shortened labor. I have the healthiest child Ieversav. MBs.I^M.ABXBir,Coencm,6a. Sentbyexpress, ehargesjirepafd, on receipt of prioe^je perbottle. Book "ToMothers* *or Ssleby altDniggiste- ATUOTU, GIV 'if Custom grinding solicited. Will grind wheat for (one eigth) or exchange 3* lbs. flour, 5 lbs shorts and 5 B»s. bran for one bushel of wheat. Flou: and feed sold at low prices and ^lelivergd^at, New Ulm free of expense*^ %$£ •M efei* PLJVS- John Beuizio. E enepeph DEALER IN m'^kM LUMBERf LATHS,SHINGLES* BOORS SASn, BLINDS AadsllkiKdasf N EW ULM, Material QS DEALERS IN? ip'*" Seiferff This hou?' .sthemost centrally hotel the dry affords. Minn. Str. The only first class Hotel in the city. Chas ml &• ^ste^&st .VsSSs :3K ?i Laths,Shingles,Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Adamenjt an(|r. Coal. 8 0 Lowest Prices alwayt. ..-tw mt New Ulm, Minn. Dakota fiouszt-4 OPP. POST OFFICE—NEW MlJSH.^S located iN Good Sample Booms. Vylct) JioteL3 WENZEL SCHOTZKO, Proprietor^ NewTJlm Minn^ _f« brick firc-proo^ STENGEL'S HEAPQyAgr^R/ I will serve a hot and cold lunch every morning, and at the same time the finest line wines, liquors and cigars will al ways be found on hand. I will endeav or to accommodate everybody to the best of satisfaction, hoping to always ex* tend and improve the place. ?.. ..*.- -,-*. I PFAENDER. Ral Estate and me Agent. vM 15»M4 JFiK, Tornadoes, Haj], Life, Accident Plate Glass and Live Stock Insurance placed in reliable.companies. Real Estate bought and sold. Loans negotiated pa. farm property. Passage tickets sold on best steamship Mhes to and from Europev Decuments ef all kinds executed and acknowledged.