From a Nebraska City paper in 1892:
"Today a deal was consummated by which Jacob Beutler purchased the Staats Demokrat and consolidated it with the Staats Zeitung. The last number of the Demokrat will be printed this evening. For the past two years the Zeitung has been claiming to be an independent paper with republican leanings, but next week it will appear as a straight out democrat paper. This leaves the German republicans without an organ and will greatly help the democrats.
From a May 4, 1905 Nebraska City paper:
Kaiser's German minstrels will be the event of the season. There will be fun galore, and there will also be some good music. Mr. Jacob Beutler, the talented editor of the Staats-Zeitung, has agreed to sing a solo, and that is sufficient to ensure a crowded house.
From a Monday, Sep 24, 1906 Nebraska City paper:
Jacob Beutler, publisher of the Staats Zeitung, has been dangerously ill for several days, but is being reported as being some little better today. He is still a very sick man, having some heart complications.
Nebraska City News, April 6, (1912?)
According to a statement in the Staats-Zeitung, the paper has been sold to Mr. Val J. Peter, of the Omaha Tribune, who will supply the paper from Omaha. Mr. Rohmeyer will continue the job office.