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Phillips' Upholstered Tourist Cars are Best1
17 years and
all of them
pleased, is a
I flattering testi
rival lines, but
they lack the
facilities and experience of the Pioneers
the touu*t cai business
The Minneapolis & St Louis Railroad
iun« elegant upholstered tourist cars to
Crthlornia points without change,leaving
St ml 7 00 Minneapolis 7 35 p.
c\eiv Thnisday via Omaha, Denver
and bait Lake—the Scenic Line
On November 3rd, and each succeed
ing 1 le^day, we will run an additional
oai I Kansas City and Ft Worth—the
Southern Route,no altitudes and no snow.
The time is only FOUR DAYS via
eitl er loute In this age, time is an nn
poitint factor in the selection of a line
of tiavel The Albeit Lea Route being
the quickest and best appointed, is most
Through sleeping- car berths only $8.
A gentlemanly conductor and colored
porter accompany the car to attend the
wants of the passengers.
"Meals served in dining cars, or may be
prepared on cooking ranges provided for
the purpose in a seperate compartment.
Full information as to ticket rates, or
berth reservations, will oe given by ad
dressing A Cutts, General Passenger
and Ticket Agent,Mianeapolis & St Louis
Railroad, Minneapolis, Minn.
Bay then) of Mrs.
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Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Prolonged derangement of the nervous
system not only affects the brain and men
tal powers, but develops disease in some ol
the vital organs The most dangerous of
these indirect results is when the heart is
affected This was the case of the Rev. N.
Surface, Fawn Rivtr, Mich who writes
•under date of Teb 14,1895
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paralysis. Overwork brought on nervous
prostration. I was exceedingly nervous and
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heart palpitation that threatened my life.
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Miles' Restorative Nervine for my nervous
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merly did, and I have you to thank that I
am alive today." *i
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on Heart and Nervous Disorders FREE by
mail. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore HOIUL
Asks the Same Concessions
in China Alr^acry Granted
In Event of Non-Compliance
Her Troops Will Occupy
Absorbtion of Two Wealthy
Provinces the Probable
LONDON, March 8.—The Pekin cor
respondent of The Times says: Russia
has demanded that China surrender to
her all sovereign rights over Port Ar
thur and Ta Lien Wan for the same
period and on the same conditions as
in the case of Germany at Kiao Chou.
Besides this, Russia demands the right
to construct a railway under the same
conditions as the Transmanchurian
railway, from Petuna to Kwang Chung
Tsu, Mukden and Port Arthur. Five
days are given for reply and the agree*
ment must be singed within a month.
In the event of the non-compliance
Russia threatens to move her troops
into Manchuria. China will, perforce,
yield. By this agreement Russia will
obtain the right to send soldiers into
Liao Tung, ostensibly for the protec
tion of the railway engineers.
MAKING DEMANDS ON CHINA
Japan Wants Indemnity Guaranteed and
Russia Files a Protest.
PEKIN, March 8 —On Friday last,
Yano Fumio, the Japanese minister to
China, demanded an official signed as
surance of the payment of the indem
nity due next May. The Chinese gov
ernment instructed Yang Zu, the Chi
nese minister at St. Petersburg, to
urge Russia to evacuate Port Arthur.
Russia deferred a decision, alleging
that the presence of Russia warships at
Port Arthur was beneficial to China
and favorable to peace in the Orient.
Russia is now opposing the Anglo
German loan. M. Pavloff, the Russian
charge d'affaires, lodged a formal pro
test last Thursday and demanded quid
pro quo The details of the Russian
demand are not yet made public.
Says Ea gland Cannot Consent.
LONDON, March 8.—The Times, com
menting editorially on the Russian de
mands, says: "if China yields, those
provinces will practically pass away
forever, to be incorported in the czar's
empire. While recognizing that Rus
sia's desire for an ice free terminus for
her Asiatic railway is reasonable and
legitimate, England cannot assent to
the practical absorption of two great
wealthy Chinese provinces."
AUSTRIAN CABINET CRISIS.
Resignation of the Ministry Not Entirely
VIENNA, March 8 —The cabinet
crisis, which culminated in the resigna
tion of Baron von Gantsch and his
ministry, was a complete crisis in its
suddenness though expected to occur
Count von Thun is a favorite of the
emperor and is believed to have been
long marked by him for the premier
ship. He intends to form a concen
tration cabinet, but there is consider
able doubt whether he will succeed
better than his predecessor in arrang
ing the difficulty with Hungary.
FOOD FOR THE STARVING.
Seventy-five Tons of Relief Supplies
leave New York for Cuba.
N E W YORK, March 8.—The Mallory
line steamer Nueces sailed for Key
West with 75 tons of relief supplies for
the destitute Cuba. At Key West
the stores will be transferred to the
United States ships Nashville and
Montgomery. A telegram was re
ceived here from H. R. Lewis, secre
tary of the Oregon relief committee,
saying that the nrst section of a Cuban
relief train carrying 180,000 pounds of
food has left there.
THE RUSH TO ALASKA.
Nine Hundred People T^eave Seattle for
SEATTLE, Wash., March 8.—Over 900
people left here during the day for
Alaska on the steamers Valencia and
Queen. The Valencia, bounjfl for Cop
per river, carried 600 the Queen,
bound fpr Southeastern Alaska, carried
318. At Tacoma and other Sound
points the Queen's list will be increased
TO THE COAST FOR $10.
Soo Road Makes the Threatened Redac
tion In Rates.
ST. PAUL, March 8.—Some days ago
the Soo, or the Canadian Pacific,
threatened to reduce the second class
rate from St. Paul to Seattle to $10.
Sunday the official announcement was
made that the new rate would go into
effect March 10. The fare first class
will be $20.
Rankers in Custody.
LARIMOKE, N. D., March 8.—J. B.
Streeter/ Jr., president, and H. C.
Streeter, cashier, of the defunct First
National bank of this city, were ar
rested on complaint of John Demeyer.
The two men were taken befose Justice
Godison and waived preliminary ex
amination. Bonds in the sum of $1,500
each were furnished. *.
Stephanie Ukely to Die.
VIENNA, March 8 —The condition of
Crown Princess Stephanie took a
marked change for the worse during
the night. A physician and a priest
were at the bedside all night. She re
ceived the last sacraments of.the church
and has been visited by Emperor Fraoa
Senate Will Continue to Discuss
tlon in Secret 8easion.
WASHINGTON, March 8.—The senate
committee on foreign relations held
two hours sitting in an effort to decide
upon what course to pursue with refer
ence to the Hawaiian annexation treaty.
Whett the meeting adjourned, the
members refused absolutely -to give out
any information to• the press, saying
that they had pledged themselves to
absolute secrecy'. It was learned
through tther senators, however, that
the committee had under consideration
the advisability of taking up the ques
tion of annexation in the way of legis
lation rather than by the way of ratify
ing that treaty and that they had de
culed not to abandon, the treaty, at
least immediately^ but to press j£s con
sideration upon the senate at the first
opportunity. They^ declined to say
even to senators what might be their
course later, confining themselves to
the declaration that they would seek to
have the senate go into executive ses
sion again forthe consideration of the
treaty as soon as the appropriation bills
could be gotten out of the way.
The Underwriter Safe.
CHARLESTON, S. March 8.—The
tug Underwriter, towing the Merritt
Wrecking company's Derrick Chief,
came into Charleston harbor during the
morning after a very rough passage off
Hatteras. The tug and her tow were
MINOR ITEMS OF INTEREST
Dr. Klebs of Chicago is said to have
discovered the cause of yellow fever.
Three members of the Chicago civil
service commission have been indicted.
James H. Carpenter, inventor of the
Carpenter projectile, is dead at Read
The government's February crop re
port indicates that winter wheat is
progressing very well.
The floating debt of Spain was aug
mented by 13,226,631 pesetas during
the month of February.
A negro named Will Jones was
lynched at Lake Cormorant, Miss., lor
outraging a colored woman.
Attorney Ellsworth is to be prose
cuted as a result of the recent investi
gation at the Wisconsin state prison.
Mayor Graham of Lincoln, Neb., is
on trial before the city council on
charges of bribery and oppression in of
The reward offered by the postoffice
department for the murderers of Post
master Baker of Lake City, S. has
been increased to $1,500.
The Erie railway has placed an order
with the Michigan Peninsula Car com
pany for 1,000 box cars and 1,000 twin
hopper gondolas for coal and ore trade.
An English electrical engineer says
he sold to Spanish officers zn London
several years ago a large number of
mines, some of which were placed in
Henry T. Welles, one of Minneapo
lis' oldest and most respected citizens,
is dead, after an illness of several years.
The trouble which finally resulted
his death was heart failure.
Richard Croker has announced that
it is his intention to go to England
April and remain until August. John
F. Carroll is expected to be acting
leader of Tammany hall during that
Friction is expected between the
United States government and the
state of Florida because the latter pur
poses strictly enforcing quarantine
regulations against naval vessels next
LATE MARKET REPORT.
WHEAT—No 1 Northern, $101
No a spring, 93@94c May $1,023*.
RYE—No 1, 49}4 a. 50c
BARLEY—No 2, 40^@41^o, sample on
DULUTH, March 7
WHEAT—Cash No 1 hard, 99%c,
No 1 Northern, 99}£e No 2 Northern,
93c, No 3 spring, 81c To Arrive ko
1 hard, $100)4 No 1 Northern, 93%c,
May, 99Mc. July, 97c, September, 78o
MINNEAPOLIS, March 7.
WHEAT—March closed at 98}4c\ May,
97J£c, July,^96c On Traok—No. 1 hard,
$1.01, No 1 Northern 99c
Poultry, Butter and Eggs.
CHICAGO, March 7.
POULTRY—Dressed, steady turkeys,
8@llc chickens, 7@7}*c, ducks, 7@8c
BUTTER—Firm creameries, 13@20o.
EGGS—Firm fresh, lOJic
City Live Stock.
Sioux CITY, la., March 7.
HQG§ Market 5c lower. Range of
prices, $3.70®3 85
CATTLE—Market dull and^ un
Sales ranged at $3.60(3)3.75 for cows
$3 90 44.40 for stickers and feeders $ .25
@3.70 for heifers $email@example.com for year
SHEEP—In demand, $3.75(34.60. ,.
St. Paul Union stock Tarda.
®*W SOUTH ST. PAUL, March 7.
HOGS—Market shade lower than yes
terday. Quality fair. .Range of prices,
CATTLE—Market steady with yester
Sales ranged at $firstname.lastname@example.org for stockere
$3.00@J.40 for cows $email@example.com for heifers
$firstname.lastname@example.org for steers.
SHEEP—Market Steady. S W
Sales ranged at $email@example.com for muttons
$5.15 for lambs.
Chicago Grata sad Provisions.
Amendment of Articles of IncorporationState
of "Tb* N.w Ulm Boiler Hill Go."
This certfiys Jhat itJ-% meeting ofall
the stockJiolders of The New Ulm Roll
er Mill Co., held at the office of said
company, in the City of New Ulm, Coun
ty of Brown and State of Minnesota, on
the 22nd day of a a the fol
lowing amendments of the articles of
incorporation of said The New Ulin Roll
er Mill Co. were duly adopted by unan
imous vote of all the stockholders of
That article on! of the articles of in
corporation of said The New Ulm RoH
er Mill Co. be and the same is hereby
amended so as to read asifollows
The corporate name of this corpora
tion shall be the "New Ulm Roller Mill
Co./' and the purpose for which itis es
tablished is to manufacture flour, meal
and ail other products of grain, and to do,
perform and transact any and all othec
business incident te or needful and prop
er for the successful prosecution and
transaction of a general milling- business.
The principal place of transacting the
business of said corporation shall be at
New Ulm, Brown County, Minnesota.
That article two of the articles of
incorporation of said The New Ulm
Roller Mill Co. be and the same is heie
by amended so as to read as follows .-
The amount of capital stock of said
corporation shall be One hundred and
Fifty Thousand Dollars, which shall be
divided into three thousand shares of
Fifty Dollars each and shall be paid for
in full wheD issued.
Each share of stock shall be entitled
to one vote at all meetings of stockhold
ers and upon all questions coming be
Fifty Thousand Dollars of said capi
tal stock may at any time be issued as
preferred stock in the discretion of the
Board of Directors and shall be sold for
That article four of the articles of
incorporation of said The New Ulm
Roller Mill Co., be and the same is here
by amended so as to read as follows
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which said corporation shall
be at any time subject shall be One Hun
dred Thousand Dollars.
That article six of the articles of in
corporation of said The New Ulm Rok
ler Mill Co. be and the same is hereby
amended by striking out that portion of
said article between the names of the
first board of directors and the names
of the first officers of said corporation
and inserting in lieu thereof the follow
The government of this corporation
and the management of its business and
affairs shall be vested in a Board ot Five
Diiectors who shall be elected annually
at such time and place as shall be pro
vided by its by-laws.
They shall organize by electing from
among their own number a President,
a Vice-president, a Secretary and a
Treasurer who shall have and execute
such powers and perform such dutus as
the by-laws may prescribe.
This further certifies that at such meet
ing so held as aforesaid all the stock
holders of said The New Ulm Roller
Mill Co. were present and voting and all
of said stockholders voted in favor of
each of said amendments.
Witness our hands and the s^al of said
corporation this 7thday of February A.
CHICAQO, March ?.
WHEAT—March, $L04# May,$1.06K
July, 90^c September,
cember, 77}£c. i. v*
PORK-Marcb. $10.35 May $10.37
(Corporate Seal) Chas. L. R6os,
STATU OF MINNESOTA,
COUNTY OF BROWN.
George Schmidt, being first by me
duly affirmed on his oath says that he is
the President of The New Ulm Roller
Mill Co., the corporation hereinabove
named, and that he signed the foregoing
certificate of the amendment of the ar
ticles of incorporation as such President
and that the foregoing certificate is true
of Lis own knowledge.
Subscubed and affirmed to befoie me
this 7th day of February, 1898.
(Seal) Notary Public, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
COUNT? OF HENNEPIN.
Chas. L. Roos, being by mefirstdu
ly affirmed on hisoath says that he is the
Secretary of The New Ulm Roller Mill
Co., the corporation herein above named
and that he signed the foregoing certifi
rate of the amendment of thearticles of
incorporation as such Secretary, and
that the foiegoing certificate is true of
his own knowledge.
Chas. L. Roos.
Subscribed and affirmed to* before me
this 8th day of "February, 1898.
Notary Public, *,,
(Seal.) -1 Hennepm Co., Minn.
OFFICE OF REGISTER OFDEEDS.
J|& "BROWN COUNTY, MINNESOTA.
I hereby certify that thewithin List,
was filed in this office for record a the
10th day of February A.D-1898 at 5.30
o'clock P. M. and was duly recorded in
Book 2 of Incor. on pages 3—5.
Register of Deeds.
STATE OF MINNESOTA
Department of Stats-.-.,^
I hereby cegtify that the within Instru
ment waa filed for record in this office
on the 11 day at .February^ D. 188$
dock A..M-, and was duly recor
ded in Book T&£4 Incorporations on
County sot Brown.
State of Minnesota,
County ot Brown.
In Probate Court
tate of Gottfried Kassulke, o^ceasedrrep
resentingam OOJCother thinus, that he Has
fully administeredmud estate.and pray ia£
that a time «nd place be fixed for examm!
ing and allowing the, final aceount of his
entitled thereto by law
Itis ordered that said account be exam
ined and petition heard, by the Judge of
}2 ?.lock A
tha Probate Of-
fice in the Courthouse in the City of New
Ulm in said County.
And It Is Further Ordered,T W notice
thereof be given to all persons interested,
by publishing a copy ofthis order once in
each week for three successive weeks, pri
or to said dav of hearing the New Ulm
.'» «e newspaper printed and
pablishedTat the City ofNewlJlm in said
Bated New Ulm, Minn., March 3rd, A D.
By the Court*
10-12 Judge of Probate.
P«cial Term, March
the Matter of the Estate oI Frid-rnUm
nch Schulz, deceased.
^HMSSJIU ^ministration ou the estate
of *rld«ch Schulz, deceased, late of the
County ot Brown, and State of Minnesota,
being granted to Wilhelmme Schulz
It is ordered, That six months be and
the same is hereby allowed from and after
the date of this order, in which all persons
having claims -or demands against the
said deceased ar» required to file the same
the Probate Court of said Countv, for
examination and allowance, or be forever
It is Further Ordered.That the firs! Mon
day in October A. D.1898. at 10 o'clock A.
at a general Term of said Probate Court,
to be held at the Probate Office in the
Court House in the City of New Ulm, in
said County, be and the same hereby is
appointed as thetune and place when and
where the said Probate Court will exam
ine and adjust said claims and demands:
And It Is Further Ordered, That notice
of such hearing be given to all creditors
and persons interested in said estate by
forthwith publishing this order once in
each week for three successive weeks
the .New Ulm Review, a weekly newspa
per printed and published at New Ulm in
Dated at New Ulm, Minn., the 4th dav
of March, A. 1898
By the Court-
foSeal, Jonas Laudenschlager,
Judge of Probate
CHICAGO & N O W E S E N R'Y.
Subject to change.—N. TJ. Time Table.
Departure of Trains. Going East,
Passenger No. 4 (Ex. Sunday.) 6 0 0 A
For St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winona, Mil
waukee, and Chicago.
Passenger No. 2 (Daily.)"" 2 -51
For St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winona, Mil
waukee and Chicago.
Freight No. 14 (Ex. Sunday.) 11 50 A
Carry Passengers to Waseca.
Freight No. 86 (Daily 8 3 5
Carry Passengers to Kasota.
Departure of Trains. Going West.
Passenger No 3 (Daily 2 1 4
For Tracy, Marshall, Watertown, Huron
Passenger No. 7 (Ex. Sunday.) 8 35P M.
For Tiacy and West.
Freight No. 13 (Ex, Monday.) 5 0 0 A
Carry Passengers to Tracy.
Freight No. 15 (Ex. Sunday.) 1 1 0
AIrival of Trains From East,
Passenger No. 3 (Daily.) 2 1 4
Passenger No. 7 (Ex. Sunday 8 3 5P
Freight No. 15 (Ex. Sunday.) 12 45
Freight No. 13 (Ex. Monday.) 4 3 0 A
Arrival of Tiains. From West
Passenger No. 4 (Ex. Sunday.) 6 0 0 A
Passenger No. 2 (Daily.) 2 5 1
Freight No. 14 (Ex. Sunday.) 11:10 A
Freight No. 86 (Daily) 8 35
Tiains 2 and 3 have sleeping cars be
tween Mankato and Chicago, and chair
cars between Kasota and Minneapolis.
For further information inquire of
H. r,. BEECHKB, Agent, ew ulm
H. C. Garvin, W. B. Kniskern,
General Agent, Gen. Pass. Agett,
A. J. Peters & Co.
Painters, Qrai??erst Kalso
nfiycrs aqd Paper ffarjgers*
ALL. WORK OUARANTEBO. CAUL. ON US
WHEN YOU ARE IN MEED O GOOD WO*K
TOGUKEA OOL.O IN O NE DAY.
ATake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
toll Druggists refund the money if it fails
Cure, ,25c 43-17
•United StateS fcud foreign
(15 years experience)
56 Fiftl? Ave* «Cl?icagot
CpR.Sr£VENS AVE.* LAKE ST, MINNE, LIS.
Notice is hereby given that public ex
amination of teachers for Brown County
will be held as follows W W
At Sleepy Eye (&chool house) on Mar.
1st and 2nd.
At New Ulm (court house) on March
4tb and 5th.
At Springfield (school house) on Mar.
11th and 12th.
Examinations will begin promptly at
9o/clock A. M.
Co. Supt-^of Schools,
Hia*trade eolleay com
r* im*—"~"*ill."it Faculte
and innwdfi superior.
to which the Expectant Mother is
exposed Ind the foreboding and
dread with which she looks for
ward to the hour of woman's
severest trial is appreciated by but
few. All effort should be made
to smooth these rugged places
ia life's pathway for her, ere sb.eT jj
presses to her bosom her babe, i-
"I know one lady, the mother of three
children, who suffered greatly in the
birth of each, who obtained a bottle of
'Mother's Friend' of me before her
fourth confinement, and was relieved
quickly and easily. All agree that their
labor was shorter and less painful."
JOHN G-. POLHIIX, Macon, Oa.
91.00 FEB BOTTLE at all Drug Stores,
or sent by mail on receipt of- price.
Containing invaluable information of
CQCC interest to all women, will be sent to
rliU any address upon application, by
THE BRADFIELD REOULATORCO., ATLANTA. OA.
Geo. Dayton handles the Western Cot
tage Organs and the L. R. Merrifield pi
anos. Parties desiring to know any
thing of the merits of the latter, mav
satisfy themselves by consulting Mr.
-It speaks for itself".
©pp. POST OFFICE—NEW' TJLM, MINN.
rTjvs Seilcp ]f pop.
This house is the most centrally located
hotel the city affords.
Good Sample Rooms.
Custom grinding solicited. Will grind
wheat for (one eigth) or exchange 34
lbs. flour, 5 lbs shorts and 8 lbs. bran
for one bushel of wheat. Flour and feed
sold at low prices and delivered at New
Ulm free of expense.
NOTICE—The use of land for pastur
ing or cutting of wood or quarrying and
hauling of stone is not allowed unless by
a written permit from the company.
allays Nervousness a so assists^
Nature that the change 4
ward in an easy manner, withoutftf
such violent protest in the way of Tt. 4
Nausea, Headache Etc my t*
forebodings yield to cheerful and
hopeful anticipations—she passes
through the ordeal quickly and
without pain—is left strong and
vigorous a enabled to joyously
perform the high and holy duties
devolve upon her. Safet
to life of both is assured by the
use of Friend," and
the time of recovery shortened.
The New Ulm Stone Company is rea
dy to sell building stones at the Quarry
For prices inquire of J. Pfenninger, W.
Boesch, A. Schell or Chas. Stolzenberg
N EW ULM STONE Co.
yelle* & Sag.
Do all kinds of painting, from house
painting and decorations to portrait*
Artistic irescoing a specialty.
Shop and office under Brown Co. Bank.
This breweryisone »f thelargest establishment*
it its kindin the Minneseta VaDey and isfittednp
withall themodern unprorements. Keg andbot
le beer furnished to any part ef the city on short
notioe. My bottle beer is especially adapted lb*
Country brewer* and others that buy malt will
find totheir interest to place their orders with me
All ordersby mail will reeeive my prompatten
O SCHELL Manager.
Eacklen Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores.
Tetter, Chapped Hands,Chilblains, Corns,
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money efunded. Price 25 cents per
•x. For sale by O.M. 01sen."r ,.
PERSONALY CONDUCTED EXCUR
SIONS TO CALIFORNIA.
The North-Western, Line is now run
ning personally conducted excursions to
San Francisco and Los Angles every
Thursday. The route is through some
of tiie most picturesque scenery-in Amer
ica, and the tourist sleeping* cars in this
service are of modern pattern,neatly up
holstered, and furnish every convenience
and comfort. These excursfona are ac
companied through to California by ex
perienced conductors, insuring passen
gers file best of care and attention. Tour?
ist sleeping cars are also ran uaily be!
information relative to 'rates, etc, win
be promptly furnished on application to
agents Chicago ft North-Western I R,
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