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sight. City or Country.
OUTFIT FREE.NO 3
Agents actually getting rich so can you.
One Agent, in one day, cleared S73.40.
roofs and Catalogue free on application.'
ALPINE SAFE & CYCLE CO.
No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
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GOING TO CALIFORNIA?
Phillips' Upholstered Tourist Cars are Best1
in 17 vearsand
pleased, is a
rival lines, but
they lack the
facilities and experience of the Pioneers
in the tourist car business.
The Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad
runs elegant upholstered tourist cars" to
California points without change,leaving
St. Paul 7:00 p.m. Minneapolis 7:35 p.
m. every Thursday via Omaha, Denver
and Salt Lake—the Scenic Line.
On November 2rd, and each succeed
ing Tue3day, we will run an additional
car via Kansas City and Ft Wcrth—the
Southern Route,no altitudes and no snow.
The time is only O A S via
either route. In this age, time is an im
portant factor in the selection of a line
of travel. The Albert Lea Route being
the quickest and best appointed, is most
Through sleeping car berths only $6
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 cookiug ranges provided for
the purpose in a seperate compartment.
Full information as to ticket rates, or
berth reservations, will be given by ad
dressing A. B. Cutts, General Passenger
and Ticket Agent,Mianeapolis&St.Louis
Railroad, Minneapolis, Minn.
Bay tljeii) of Mrs.
H. LAUDE NSCHLAGER.
SE-Qras^ JETS 'sotU 7 A
Offering Three Full Courses of Study.
A FACULTY OP
Prepares for any American College.
Music. Art, Physical Culture, Military
Drill. Home for Ladies. Boarding De
partment open to Youn Men.
fit ffeasmble $ate$.
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JAMES W. FORD, Principal,
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 Eev. N.
F. Surface, Fawn River, Mich., who writes
under date of Feb. 14,1895:
"Fourteen years ago I had a slight stroke of
paralysis. Overwork brought on nervous
prostration. I was exceedingly nervous and
the exertion of public speaking caused
heart palpitation that threatened my life.
I used two bottles of Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure for my heart trouble, and two of Dr.
Miles' Restorative Nervine for my nervous^
ness and feel better than I ever expected to
feel again. I can speak for hours without
tiring or having my heart flutter as it for
merly did, and I have you to thank that I
am alive today."
On sale by all druggists. Dr. Miles* Book
on Heart and Nervous Disorders FREE by
mail. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr.files'Kenedie Bcstore Health.
Lodging House of the Bowery
Mission, New York City,
Nearly Every Room on the Four
Floors Occupied When the
Alarm Was Given.
Wild Scenes of Excitement in
the Mad Rush to Escape
from the Building.
N E W O March 15.—A thorough
search of the premises at 105 Bowery,
them was partially destroyed by fire
at an early hoar the morning, dis
closes the fact that 11 persons were
burned to death. A first it was ru
mored that the loss of life was
greater but after searching the ruins
very carefully the police a 4 firemen
discovered 11 charred bodies and re
moved to the morgue.
N 105 Bower is one of the
best lodging houses on that
thoroughfare. I is called the Bowery
Mission lodging house and is conducted
by Th Christian Herald. Th four
upper floors were fitted up for lodging
purposes and at the time of the fire
nearly every room was occupied.
W the alarm as iv and the
inmates aroused a
Wild Scene of Excitement Ensued.
Many lodgers became panic stricken.
The rushed into the hallways and fell
over each other in their efforts to reach
the street. Those on the lower floors
got to the street safely by the stair
ways while those on the upper floors
groped their a through the blinding
smoke to the metal fire escape in front
of the building. The majority of them
only saved portions of their clothing,
while several of them were naked.
Those -who made their a to the street
by the fire escape were superficially
burned by the excessive heat of the
iron ladders, in a places had
become redhot from the flames within.
Man naked and injured lodgers were
cared for by people in the vicinity, and
about 50 of were accommodated
at the Eldridge Street police station,
some three blocks away. Th bodies
recovered are burned beyond recogni
EVILS OF MONEY LENDING.
Sir George Lewis Enlightens a House of
Commons Committee on the Subject.
LONDON, March 15.—Sir George
Lewis, the well lawyer, before
the house of commons committee en
quiring into the evils of lending
on Thursday, condemned the business
in the strongest terms, saying it fre
quently costs the victims 2,000 per cent.
complained particularly of the
transactions of such as Sa
Lewis. said the bulk of them were
Jew "and, being a he could say
of his knowledge that "the Jewish
community loathed and despised them,
refused to allow them to hold any posi
tion in the Jewis ranks, and the Jew
ish rabbis preached against them and
Referring to the Lord Neville-Spencer
Clay scandal, Sir George Lewi said
Sa Lewi had discounted $100,000
($500,000) at 40 per cent. added
that the laws of England all favored
the money lenders, said that in Ger
many the usury laws worked well, and
that in America there as no usury at
MANY NATIVES PERISHED:
Town of Amboina, in the Malaccas. De
stroyed by an Eartbqoake.
CHICAGO, March 15.— A special to
The Record from Tacoma, Wash. says:
A earthquake has destroyed the town
of Amboina, capital of Amboina island,
one of the Malucca group. Late in
January, according to meager details
received at Hon Kong, a frightful
earthquake occurred, without the usual
preceding rumblings. A great crack
opened in the earth a a houses
were swallowed before the occupants
could get out. Hundreds of natives
were killed and injured. Some died of
Nominated by the Weylerites.
A I D, March 15.—Placards have
been posted throughout the city setting
forth that the national candidates
all good Spaniards should sup
port are Generals Borreo and Sigura.
The placards end it "Lon Live the
Fatherland," 'Long Live the Army.
These candidates are nominated by the
Weylerites. The republican and Carlist
newspapers announce that they will
Steamer Grand Rep-bile Barns,
S T. O I S, March 15.—Prom a fire,
origin of is unknown the
well Mississippi river excursion
steamer Grand Republic burned to he
water's edge at the mouth of the river
I Peres, near South S Louis. he
Joss amounts to 150,000.
Palled to Ideate £lle Treasure.
VICTORIA, B. March 15.—A letter
received here from a sailor on H. M.
S. Amphion says that the ship's search
for the Cocos Island treasure, which
C. Hartford claimed to have located,
was as unsuccessful as the search of H.
M. S. Imperieuse.
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Lower Sections Flooded.^. A
LONDON, Ont., March 15.—Hiavy
rains of the past few days have caused
the lower sections of the city to be
overflowed, and many people have
been driven from their homes. The
damage will be considerable. i-
Franco 'Will Occupy IVel Cham. vrj
PEKIN, March 15.—France, it is .said,"
intends to occupy Lei Chan, in the
Quang Tung peninsula,, north of „Hai
Nan, as a naval base. $*£'
ASKS A MARGINAL
Ealter Makes a Request of the Chisago
Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, "March 15.—Allen,
Reindeer Plans a
S E A E, Wash., March 15.—The
plans for sending Nort the govern
reindeer have all been changed.
Captain Robinson has been notified
that the entire herd would be sent to
Pyrami Harbor, together it all the
Six Hundred Start for Alaska.
VANCOUVER, B.C March 15.—The
steamer Ning Chow sailed during the
day for Alaska with 600 passengers
and 1,000 tons of freight. Among her
passengers were 21 members of the
MINOR ITEMS OF INTEREST
Zacharie Topelius, the Swedish poet,
historian and litterateur, is dead.
Sir Richard Qua'in, physician ex
traordinary to Queen Victoria, is dead.
E. C. Bassick, locator of the famous
Bassick silver mine near Silver Cliff,
Colo., is dead.
A am Doltt, 70 years old, a wealthy
resident of Whitestone, L. I., killed
himself by shooting.
Congressman Johnson of North Da
kota has announced his candidacy for
the senate to succeed Roach.
Hempstead Washburne, Republican
member of the Chicago civil service
commission, has tendered, his resigna
Andre Schuller, a Sa Francisco
financial broker, shot his wife and
killed himself. Mrs. Schuller will
The condition of Register of the
Treasury K. Bruce is greatly im
proved and his physician holds out
some hope for his recovery.
Melba, with a company, is to tour
from Chicago to Sa Francisco and
east by a of Minneapolis and St»
Paul, where the company will disband.
The domestic troubles of the Duke
and Duchess of Hesse have culminated
in the separation of the couple. Th
duchess is a daughter of the Duk of
M. J. Walter Blanford, private secre
tary to Attorney General Griggs, is
dead. served Secretary Olney in
the same capacity in the departments
of justice and state.
Senor Luis Polo Bernabe, the
Spanish minister, succeeds Senor
Dupu de Lom as the representative
of Spain at Washington, as formally
presented to President McKinley Sat
The king of Swede has bestowed
upon the Scandinavian authoress,
Clara Tschudi, the medal for art and
science, it being the first time that a
Scandinavian authoress has received
LATE MARKET REPORT.
MILWAUKEE March 14.
WHEAT—No 1 Northern, 98c N 2
spring, 92@93o May $1.00%.
RYE—No. 1, 49K@50c.
BARLEY—No. 2, 42o samplo 6n
Seeler, & Co., the chief brokers for
Joseph Leiter, made formal application
to the board of directors of the Chicago
board of trade, for the fixing of a mar
ginal price on May wheat' contracts.
This action, it is believed, arises from
the requests for margins which were
made on Leiter by the bear contingent,
amounting in some instances, accord
ing to .Leiter, to 25 cents a bushel.
The biggest sale of cash wheat that has
yet been made by Leiter was to Counr
selman & Day, who purchased an even
2,000,000 bushels. What the price for
this enormous lot was could not be
learned, Mr. Leiter merely stating that
it was made at "market price." This
makes a total of 6,000,000 bushels of
the Leiter contract grade wheat dis
posed of. The trade had no intimation
of the sale until after the close of the
DULTJTH, March 14.
WHEAT—Cash No. 1 hard, 98%0|
No. Northern, 96%o No. 2 Northern,
91c No. 3 spring, 803. To Arrive No.
1 hard, 98^0 No. 1 Northern, 97o
May, S6^c July,94%c September, 78a
MINNEAPOLIS, March 14.
WHEAT—March closed at Sbc Maj
94%@94}*c July, 93}*c. O Track—
No. 1 hard, 98^ No. 1 -Northern 9tJo.
Poultry, Butter and Eggs.
CHICAGO, March 14.
POULTRY—Dressed, dull turkey*.
8@llc chickens, 7@8c ducks, 7@8c.
E Steady creameries, 13
19o: dairies, ll@17c.
EGGS—Firm fresh, 10c.
I: ,v "^f Sioux CITY, March I
HOGS—Market steady closed weaker.
Range of-prices $&firstname.lastname@example.org.
CATTLE—Market steady. Yards ,we&
cleared, ^sv .-.
Sales ranged at 93.60(33.70 for cows
•4i00 4*4.75 for stackers and feeders 92.16
@3.80 for heifers $email@example.com for year
SHEEP—I demand, $3.50(84.50. ',
St. Paul Union Stoek Yard*.
SOUTH S A March \*L
HOGS—Market steady, good demand.
Range of prices, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
CATTLE-^Market steady, demand
for fat cows a stackers. %x?~t f-kJ*
Sales ranged at *email@example.com for' stockeres
»firstname.lastname@example.org for cows $3.0033.85 fox heifers
93.35434.00 for steers.
SHEEP—Steady. Good demand.
Sales ranged at $3.66@4J» for muttons
94 75@5100 for lambs.
^f Cnieaffo Grain and Pro-kdona.
S S CmcAao^Mar^lilV
WHEAT—March, 9L01K May,$L04Ji:
July, 87K@87Jo September, T9J*e 0*.
CORN—March, 28c May, gafco^ July,
llXo September, a»K®WXa
OATS-March, 25X@86*o May, atXft
*Xb July,2iJic ,.
This certifies that at a nu?e4u%of all
the stockholders of The Near Ul Roll
er Mill Co., held at'the office* of said
company, in the City of N Ulm, Coun
ty of Brown and Stats of Minnesota, on
the §2rid day of January 1898, the fo
lowing amendments of the articles of
incorporation of said'The N Ul Roll
er Mill Co. were duly adopted by unan
imous vote of all the stockholders, of
That article one of the articles of in
corporation of said The N Ul RoU
«r Mill Co. be and the same is hereby
amended so as to read as follows
A I E 1.
Tlie corporate name of this corpora
tion shall be the "New Ul Roller Mill
Co.," and the purpose for which it is es
tablished is to manufacture flour, meal
sad all other products of grain, a to iio,
perform and transact any and all other
business incident to 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
N Ulm, Brown County, Minnesota.
That article two of the articles of
incorporation of said Th N Ul
Roller Mill Co. be and the same is here
by amended so as to read as follows:
A I E 2.
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 when 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 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 Th N Ul
Roller Mill Co., be and the same is here
by amended so as to read as follows
A I E 4.
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 Th N Ul Rol
ler Mill Co. be and the same is hereby
amended by striking out that portion of
said article between the names of the
first boaid 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
Directors who shall be elected annually
at such time aud 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
•uch powers and perform such duties as
the by-laws may prescribe.
This further certifies that at such meet
ing so held as aforesaid all the stock
holders of said Th N Ul 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 goal of said
corporation this 7th day of February A.
(Corporate Seal) Cbas. L. Roos,
S A O MINNESOTA,
COUNTY O O W N
George Schmidt, being first by me
duly affirmed on his oath says that he is
the President of The N Ul Roller
Mill Co., ths 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..
Subscribed and affirmed to before me
this 7t day of February, 1898.
(Seal.) Notary Public, Minn.
S A E O MINNESOTA,
C'OUNTF O E N N E I N
Chas. L. Roos, being by me first du
ly affirmed on his oath says that he is the
Secretary of Th Ne Ul Roller Mill
Co., the corporation herein above named
and that he signed the foregoing certifi
cate of the amendment of the articles of
incorporation as such Secretary, and
that the foregoing certificate is true of
his own knowledge.
Subscribed and affirmed to before me
this 8th day of February, 1898.
,- A Smith,
(Seal.) .4 Hennepin Co., Minn.
OFFICE OF REGISTER OF DEEDS.
BKOWN COUNTY, MINNESOTA.
I hereby certify that the within lost,
was filed in this office for record on* the
10th day Oi February _1.18»8 at 5.30
o'clock P. M. and was duly* recorded in
Book 2 of _cor. on pages 3—5«-:§? f^'-v-
STATE OF .MINNESOTA i?
Department of State.
I hereby certify that the within instru
ment was filed for record in this office
on the 11 day of* February D. l&m
it'll o'clock A. ML) and was duly reepr
ded in BpokT^of^ Incorporatipns on
Secretary of Stete.'-
tateof Gottfried I&iBsulk1r^e_B*d
fully a^ttimateredMld S 1 1
that a time and place be fixed for examinl
in a a in a a of hte
of the residue of said estate to the rjartte*
entitled thereto by law paraes
said account be exam
ineJ and petition heard, by the
this Court, on the31st day^of MarchT A
1898. at 10 o'clock A. M.. a PrStote Of!
Further Ordered, That notice
by publishing a copy of this order once
each week for three successive weekl Zrit
or to said day of hearing in the3*ew
View a weekly newspaMrTrinted a id
°f N £SA
March 3rd, A D.
By the Court.
Judge of Probate.
State of Minnesota, (.
County ot Brown.
a 0 S a
.!? the Matter of the Estate nt T?^*
rich Schulz, deceased?
5 9* •Administration on the estate
of id Schubs, deceased, late of the
County ot Brown, and State of Minn^otL
It is ordered, That ei months be and
the date of this order, „Twhich^ S
having claims or demands a a S
S Cp^tv, for
further Ordered. That the first Moo
day in October A. D. 1898. at 10 o'clock A
M.at a general Term of said Probate Court
to be held at the Probate Office in the
*y Ne Ulm in
said County, be and the same hereby is
Jr.« 5 5- Probate Court will exam
And It'ft T&JKL"1
Ordered, That notice
and £J^n accreditors
forthw»£?^ interested in said estate by
order once in
successive weeks in
Dated at New Ulm. Minn,
of March, A. r. 1898.
the 4th dav
Judge of Probate
State of Minnesota,
Countyof Brown. fss-
a O a
the e8,ate of Adolph
heading and filing the petition of Ma
ria Dietz, aSExecutrix of the estate of Ad
t£ "}?$z' deceased, representing among
sh fully adminis?
If a that a time
and place be fixed for examining and al
lowing the final account of her adminis
ration, and for the assignment of the resi
due of said estate to the parties entitled
tnereto by law
It I Ordered, that said account be ex
amined and petition heard, by the Judge
I _£' A
8 8 a
A^D. 1898, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Probate
Office in the court House, in the city of
New Ulm, in said county.
An It I Further Ordered, that notice
thereof be given to all persons inter
ested, by publishing a copy ef this order
once in each week for three successive
weeks, prior to said day of hearing in
the JVew Dim Review, a weekly newspa
per, printed and published at the city of
JVew Ulm., in said county
a N W a 7 A
10-12 Judge of Probate.
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERi R'Y
Subject to a TJ. Time Table.
Departure «f Trains. Going East,
Passenger N 4 (Ex. Sunday.) 6 0 0 A
For St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winona, Mil
waukee, and Chicago.
Passenger No 2 (Daily.) 2 5 1
For St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winona, Mil
waukee and Chicago.
Freight No 1,4 (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 N 3 (Daily.) 2
For Tracy, Marshall, Watertown, Huren
Passenger No 7 (Ex. Sunday.) 8 3 5 M.
For Tracy and West.
Freight N 1 3 (Ex. Monday.) 5 0 0 A
Carry Passengers to. Tracy.
Freight No 15 (Ex. Sunday.) 1 1 0
Arrival of Trains From East.
Passenger No 3 (Daily.) 2:14 pat
Passenger No 7 (Ex. Sundsy.) 8 3 5
Freight No 15 (Ex. Sunday.) 12:45
Freight N 1 3 (Ex. Monday.) 4 3 0 A
Arrival of Trains. From West
Passenger No 4 (Ex. Sunday.) 6 0 0 A
Passenger N 2 (Dailv.) 2:51
Freight No 14 (Ex. Sunday.) 1 1 1 0 A
Freight No 86 (Daily) .8:35
Trains 2 and 3 have sleeping cars be
tween Mankato and Chicago and chair
cars between Kasota and Minneapolis.
For further information inquire of
H. :u BEECHBR Agent, New r/lm
H. C. Garvin, W. Kniskern,
General Agent, Gjn. Pass. Agert,
A. J.Peters &Co.
Painters, Qrairpers, Kalso
irfit)zrs apd Paper J*ai?gers*
ALL. WORK QUAKAHTmCO. CALL. Off UB
WHEN YOU AKK IN O Ol OOOO WORK-
Notice is hereby given that public ex
amination of teachers for Brown County
will be held as follows:
A Sleepy Ey (school house) on Mar.
A Ne XTUn (court house) on March
4 5 V$ ~-W*
A Springfield (school bouse)'on Mar.
11th and 12th.
Examinations will begin promptly at
9 o'clock A A
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ordeal to face. If she does not
ready 'cr &r
Nereis no telling
Child-birth is full
of uncertainties if
Nature is not given proper assistance^
is tibe best help yon can use at this time.
It is a liniment, and when regularly- ap
plied several months before baby comes,
it makestheadvent easyandnearly pain
less. It relieves and prevents morning
mckness,n relaxes the overstrained mus
cles, relieves die distended feeling, short
ens labor, makesjecovery rapid and cer
tain without any dangerous after-effects.
Mother's Friend is good for only one
purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of
danger and pain.
$1 dollarperbottleatall drag stores, or sent
by mail on receipt of price.
S BOOKS, containing valuable informa
tion for women, will be sent to any address
upon application to
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..
Geo. Dayton handles the Wester* Cot
tage Organs and the L. Merritield pi
anos. Parties desiring to knew any
thing of the merits of the latter, may
satisfy themselves by consulting Mr.
"It speaks for itself.
•pp. O S O I E E
O S O I E N E W UIM, I
This house is the most centrally located
hotel the city affords.
Good Sample Rooms.
Custom grinding solicited. Wil grind
wheat for (one eigtb) or exchange 3 4
lbs. flour, 5 lbs shorts and 8 lbs. bran
for one bushel of wheat. Flour and feed
sold at low prices and delivered at Ne
free of expense.
The N 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 O I E he 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.
N E W STOKE Co.
yiellep & 0ag.
all kinds of painting, from house
painting and decorations to portraits
Artistic frescoing a specialty.
Shop and office under Brown Co. Bank.
BREWER AND MALSTER
NEW ULM. MINN.
Thi* bnwwv» one af th»largest establishment*
•fits kind in the Aiinnewta Valley and isfittedup
with all themodern improvements. Keg and bot
tle beer famished to an part ef the city oa short
notioe. bottle beer li esi
notioe bottle beer is especially adapted for
Country brewers and others that buy malt will
to their interest to place their orders with me
All orders by mail will receive my prompalten
OTTO SCHELL, Manager.
Buckien Arnica Salve.'
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Ulcers,-Salt Rheum, Fever Sores.
Tetter, Chapped Hand*,Chttblains,Corns,
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money efnnded. Price 25 cents per
ox. For sale by O. If. Olsen.