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(Rudyard Kipling.)
God of our fathers, known ot old—
Lord of our far-flung battle in
Beneath' whose awful hand we hold
Dominion over palro and pine,
Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet,
Lest we forget—lest we forget!
The tumult and the shouting dies—
The captains and the kings depart
Still stands Thine auciet Sacrifice,
A humble and contrite heart.
Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet,
Lest we forsret—lest we forget I
Far-called our navies melt away—
On dune and headland sinks the fire—
Lo, all our pomp of yesterday
Is one with Ninevah and Tyre!
Judg* of the Nations, spare us yet,
Lest we forget—lest we forg»t!
If. drunk with sight of power, we loose
Wild tongues thai have not Thee in awe
Such boasting as the Gentiles use
Or lesser breeds without the a
Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet,
Lest we forget—lest we forget!
For heathen heart that puts her trust
In reeking tube and iron a
All valient dust that builds on dust,
And guarding calls not Thee to guard—
For Frantic boast and foolish word,
Thy mercy on Thy people. Lord!
WILL CONNECT WITH QULF LINE.
Redwood Gazette:
The St. Lmm system is still holding
out big expectations ia southern Minne
sota and Iowa. When the new line to
Omaha is completed it will be 50 miles
shorter thau the shortest line at present.
The St. Louis will then have 800 miles
of track owned exclusively by itself, in
addition to the connecting lines which
make up the Minneapolis & St. Louis
system.
The Times says that judging from
present indications the southern exten
sion of the Minneapolis & St. Louis will
mean much more to Minneapolis than a
rich line to Omaha. It is admitted by
an official of the road that the St. Louis
is very likely to become a close ally of
the Port Arthur Route to the Gulf of
Mexico. A circumstance that adds much
to this stoiy is the fact that President
Hawley of the Minneapolis & St. Louis
is deeply interested financially and ac
tively in the Southern Pacific, which is
said to largely control the Port Arthur
Route. There are several other New
York railroad men who have large hold
ings in these two roads.
Wants More Than a Little.
Albert Lea Standard:
Public Examiner Pope, the old soldier
who was appointed by Gov. Un to suc
ceed the discredited Kenyon, has discov
ered and reported to the legislature that
Dr. Brackcu, secretary, and four other
officers of the state board of health, each
receive two salaries from the state, and
Dr. Reynold's name appears on the -pay
rolls three times. The latter receives
$50 a month as an officer of the board
and $150 a mouth besides from two de
partments in the state university, and
each of the others is paid an extra sal
ary by the state university. Of the ex
travagant expendi.turas by the Kenyon
board which appear on the records,
are several interesting items. There is
$55 paid for "pr^ss clippings." A trip
taken by the board to Buffalo, N. Y. is
also charged up to the state, including
sleeping car fare and $6 per day hotel
bills. It was real mean of the people to
elect an "anarchist" governor and thus
expose these queer things. This is con
fidentialy referred to Bro. Hamlin ot the
Blue Earth Post for another credit mark
to the reform state administration.
A farmer down in the Hosier state
who has leached the patriarchial age of
70, has just consummated his thirteenth
marriage, this time to a Minnesota girl,
Miss Minnie Davidson, of Rich Prairie,
and he accompanies the betrothal an
nouncement with the assurance that this
will be his last.—Mankato Review.
An unknown patriot gets off the fol
lowing: "I've licked a dozen stamps to
day for telegrams I've sent. I licked
and stuck one on a bill with which 7
taid my rent. I licked a stamp to paste
upon a note which I renewed, and then I
licked another one to make the mort
gag« good. I've licked these stamps to
show that I respect my countiy's will,
and new I'd like to lick the man that
introduced the bill."—Ex.
Reminds Him.
The passing of the paiole bill, where
by Cole and James Younger are to be
released on parole Iroai the Stillwater
penitentiary, recalls to the mind of O.
L. Dornberg of this city some thrilling
experiences in connection with the pur
suit and capture of the Northfield bank
robbers. Mr. Dornberg was^residing in
Mankato at the time, and was at the
head of one organized band to bring a
bout the capture of the bank robbers,
then in the vicinity of Mankato. While
out on the skirmish Mr. Dornberg
sprained his ankle, aud was obliged to
return to Mankato, and only afeve hours
after the robbers came down the railroad
track in the vicinity where his crowd
had been. The section crew saw them
coming, hid behind their tool chests, and
were so badly scared that they failed to
jeport for a full hour after the robbers
had passed. When the alarm was given
an attempt was made to corral the
band in a ravine a short distance from
where the section employees were, but
the crowd of pursuers entered the ravine
from the wrong direction, and it was not
until a few days after that the band was
raided and brought to justice. Mr. Dorn
berg's experience naturally makes him a
bitter opponeut of the parole idea.—
Redwood Gazette.
Advertising Contest.
Open to Pupils of New Ulm Schools.
We want some of your ideas to adver
tise our flour to readers of the New Ulm
papers, ane* are going to offer you, in ex
change for the same, premiums:
For the two best advertisements of our
goods, for use inJA.pril issues of the New
Ulm papers.
Fer the two best advertisements for
use in May issues of the New Ulm pa
pers.
For the two best advertisements for
June issues.
Size of advertisement to be the same
as the one we are running in the present
issue of this paper. Advertisements for
April competition must be sent to our
office before April 15th, in sealed envel
ope. For May competition, before May
1st and for June competition, before
May 15th. On same sheet with adver
tisement, give your name, school and
grade of same you are attending. On
outside of envelope mark plainly month
you are competing tor. Pupils are not
limited as to number of advertisements
they are permitted to send in. To the
winners cf .the above, we will give a
year's subscription to any one of the fol
lowing magazines:
McClures, Munseys, Cosmopolitan,
Ainslees, Pearsons, Puritan, Self Culture,
Harper's Round Table, Leslies Monthly,
Black Cat, or the choice of any one out
of an assortment of ON E HUNDRED
different books now being displayed for
us in Held Bros. Book Store.
Names of winners will be announced
within a few days after the close of each
contest.
N E W ULM ROLLER MILL Co.
A LIBERAL OFFER.
FOR RENT: on liberal terms a farm
of 85 acres with good house and barn.
Three miles to timber, seven miles to
Lake Crystal, fifteen miles Mankato, thir
ty miles to New Ulm. For further par
ticulars apply at once to
C. A. HAGBERG,
14-15 New Ulm'.
DR.L.A. GEBHARDT
Dental Surgeon.
Office in the Schoch-Ottemeyer
Building.
Mr.
Gebhard cemes well recommended.
Of,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MINN.
A BBIE S.DAVIS,
Osteo peitli.
OFFICE IN PARLOR OF UNION HOTEL.
Will be in New Ulm on Tuesday on Fri
day afternoons of each week, after three
o'clock. Consultation free.
Meat Market.
Geo. Sehnobeineh, Prop,
Fresh and Salt Meats, Hams, Sausages,
etc.
Herring, Fresh Fish and Oysters in
Season.
Highest prices paid for hogs, cattle,
wool and hides.
irsl Annual ^leamce Sale,
Do You%*d
iS plOfiKY AN OBJECT?
If so look over our stock of books.
at lowest prices.
Garman and English—You rase your
choice.
Prices from 5 cts. to $5. per book.
Sots from 38cts. to $45.
Held Bros.
'The finest lot of grass, flower and gar
den seeds at Andrew J. Eckstein's.
For the good of the rising generation
we urge you to take Rocky Mountain
Tea. Makes father, mother, children
strong and robust.
sFor twenty years the standard ot any
paints manufactured were the Heath &
Milligau paints. For sale by And. J.
Eckstein.
No mercury, no minerals, no danger
in Rocky Mountain Tea. Groat medi
cine, good medicine. Purely vegetable.
If you want t# sow grass seed this
year or garden seeds, go to Andrew J.
Eckstein, He has just received a new
shipment.
Makes digestion and assimilation per
fect. Makes new red blood, firm flesh
and bone. That's what Rocky Moun
tain Tea will do. 35 cents.
If you want to paint your house with
pure good paint buy Heath & Milligan
paint. Any color desired. For sale by
And. J. Eckstein.
Good Whiskey is both doctor and
tonic. Better looking than many doc
tors, better tasting than all medicines.
For general family use, nothing equals
whiskey and Harper Whiskey is pre
eminently the family whiskey. Sold by
Ed. Maltzahn, New Ulm, Minn.
BOOK BINDERY.
The public's attention is called to the
fact that I new have in operation a com
plete and np-to-date book bindery in the,
Volksblatt Building. Am prepared to
bind books, blanks, magazines, periodi
cals and the like on short notice. Best
of workmanship, due to long year* of
experience. We guarantee satisfaction
and prices that will compete with any.
Bring your loose books and magazine?
to us, and we will return them to you,
neatly and strongly bound.
EXCURSION RATES
—3TO—
WESTERN CANADA
N particulars how to secure 160
acres of the best wheat-growing land on
the Continent can be secured on appli
cation to the Superintendent of the Im
migration, Ottawa, Canada, or to the
undersigned.
Special!) Conducted Excursions
for MANITOBA, USIIMU,
Alberta, Saskatchewan will leave St.
Paul, Minn., on the first and third Wed
nesdays in each month and specially
low rates on all lines of railways are be
ing quoted for the mammoth excursion
leaving St. Paul on April 5th.
BENJAMIN DAVIES,
Canadian Government Agent,
134 E 3rd St., St. Paul. Minn.
MAEKET BEP0BT.
Wheat, No „. Q2
Wheat, No. 2 60
Corn, is
Oats, per bushel,. 20
Barley, per bushel, 40
Rye, per bushel, 35
Flax, 102
Potatoes, per bushel, 40
Butter, per pound,.. 10 17
Eggs, per dozen, 9
Wholesale.
At Mill Delv.
County of Brown.
MAX EGER.
FBEE OF CHARGE.
An adult suffering from a cold settled
on the breast, bronchitis, throat or luno
troubles of any nature, who will call at
Eckstein's drug store, will be presented
with a sample bottle of Boschee's Ger
man Sprup, free of charge. Only one
bottle given to one person, and none to
children without order from parents.
No throat or lung remedy ever had
such a sale as Boschee's German Syrup
in all parts of th* civilized world. Twen
ty years ago millions of bottles were
given away, and your dru?hists will
tell yoa its success was marvelous. It is
really the only Throat and Lung Remedy
generally endorsed by physicians. One
75 cent bottle will cure or prove its val
ue. Sold by dealers in all civilized coun
tries.
Retail.
At Mill Delv.
1.85
1.75
1.45
1.75
Patent
Straight
Bakers
Graham
Low Grade .95
Bran 10,00
Shorts 11.00
Farina .03
Chickenfeed .25
Rye 1.90
1.90
1.80
1.50
1.80
1.00
2.05
1.95
1.65
1.95
.95
.50
.55
.03
.25
1.90
2.10
2.00
1.70
2.00
1.00
.55
.60
.04
.30
2.00
10.50
11.50
.04
.30,
2.00'
State of Minnesota.) __
County of Brown, f88. In Probate Court
General Term, April 3d, 1899.
In the Matter of the Estate of Lizzie
Neumann, Deceased.
On Reading and filing the petition of
Henry Neuman as Administrator of the
estate of Lizzie Neumann deceased, repre
senting among other things, that he has
fully administered said estate, and pray
ing that a time and place be fixed for ex
amining and allowing the final account
of his administration and for'the assign
men of the residue of said estate to the
parties entitled thereto by law
It is ordered that said account be exam
ined and petition heard, by the Judge of
this Court, on the 1st day of May, A.
D. 1899. at 10,0'clock A M., at the Probate
Office in the Court House in the city of
New Ulm, In said county.
An It is Further Ordered, that notice
thereof b» given to all persons interested
by publishing a copy of this {order once
in each week for three successive
weeks prior to said day of hearing
in the Ne Review, a weekly
newspaper printed and published at the
City of Ne Ul in said Countv.
Dated New Ulm, Minn., April" 3d, A.
1899.
the Courts'
(Seal.) S. A George,
Judge of Probate.
BBEWHTG GO'S
State of Minnesota, I
aa
In Probate
8 S
Court.
General Term, April 3d, 1899.
In the Matter of the Estate of Engelbert
Wagner, deceased.
On Reading and filing the petition of
Maria Wagner as executrix of the estate
of Engelbert Wagner deceased, represent
ing among other things, that she hasful-.
ly administered said estate, and praying 1
that a time and place be fixed for examin
ing and allowingth* final acconnt of her
administration, and for the assignment of
the residue of said estate to the parties
entitled thereto by law.
It I Ordered, that said account be ex
amined and petition heard, by the Judge
of this Court, on the 1st day of Ma A.
1889, at 10 o'clock A. M. at the Probate
Office in the Court House, in the City of
New Ulm, in said County.
And it is further ordered,* that notice
thereof be given to all persons interested,
by publishing a copy of this order once in
•ach week for three successive weeks prior
to said day of hearing in the New Ulm Re
view, a weekly newspaper printed and
published at the citv of New Ulm, in said
County,
Dated Ne Ulm, Minn., April 3d A.D
1899.
the Court:
(Seal.) S. A. E O E 14-16.
Tudgeof Probate.
State ef Minnesota, I In Probate Court.
County of Brown.
8
General Term, April 3d, 1899.
In the Matter of the Estate of Theresia
Rathmann, Deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of
E. G. Koch, as Executor of the estate of
Theresia Rathmann deceased, represent
ing among other things, that he has ful
ly administered said estate, and pray
ing that a time and place be fixed for
examining and allowing the final account
of his administration, and for the as
signment of the residue of said estate to
the parties entitled thereto by law
It is ordered that said account be exam
ined and petition heard, by the Judge of
this Court, on the 1st day of May A. D.
1899, at 10 o'clock A.M.. at the Probate Of
fice in the Courthouse in the City of Ne
IJlm in said County.
And It I Further Ordered, That notice
thereof be given to all persons interested,
by publishing a copy of this order once in
each week for three successive weeks pri
said day of hearing
:w a weekly newspi
ublishedatt the City of
Review,, a weekly newspaper printed and
published a the Cit of N
County,
ew Dim in said
April 3d,A. D..
Dated Ne Ulm, Minn.,
1899.
By the Court,
S. A. E O E
(Seal.) 14-16 Judge of Probate
8 S
State of Minnesota
County of Brown,
March 30,1899.
In Probate Court.
Special Term,
In the matter of the estate of Jonas Lau
denschlager deceased.
Letters Testamentary on the estate of
Jonas Laudenschlager, deceased, late of
the County of Brown, and State of Minne
sota, being granted to Lucinda E Lau
denschlager.
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 are required to file the same
in the Probate Court of said County, for
examination and allowance, or be forever
barred.
It I Further Ordered, that the first Mon
days in October A. D. 1899, at 10 o'clock A.M.,
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 the time and place when
and where the said Probate Court will ex
amine and adjust said clfiims and de
mands
And It I 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 in
the New Ulm Review, a weekly newspa
per printed and published at Ne Ulm
Minn, in said county.
Dated at New Ulm, Minn., the 30th day
Of March A. D. 1899.
the Court,
(Seal.) S.A.GEORGE,
Judge of Probate.
State of Minnesota, In Probate Court.
Countv of Brown.
HS
Special Term, March 23rd 1899.
In the Matter of the estate of Cecelie
Forstner, deceased.
Letteis Testamentary on the estate of
Cecelie Forstner, deceased, late of the
County of Brown and State of Minnesota,
being granted to Andrew J. Eckstein
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 are required to file the same
in the Probate Court of said County, for
examination and allowance, or be forever
barred.
It Is Further Ordered, That the first Mon
day in October A.D 1899, at 10 o'clock A.M.,
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 the time and place when and
where the said Probate Court will exam
ine and adjust said claims and demands:
And It I Further ordered, That notice
of such hearing be given to all creditor
and persons interested in said estate by
forthwith publishing this order once "in
each week for three successive weeks in
the New Ul Review, a weekly newspa
per printed and published at New Ul in
said County.
Dated at Ne Ulm, Minn., the 23rd day
of March A. 1». 1899.
the Court,
S. A E O S
(Seal.) Judge of Probate,
State of Minnesota, I
Countyof Brown,
I Probate Court, special Term, March
23rd, 1899.
In the Matter of the Estate of Lars E
Ahlness, Deceased.
Letters of Administration on the estate
of Lars E Ablness deceased, late of the
County of Brown and State of Minnesota,
being granted to F. Bjornaberg.
It is ordered that six months be and the
same is herebyallowed trom and after the
date of this order, in which all persons
having claims or demands against the
said deceased are required to file the same
in the Probate Court of said County, for
examination and allowance, or be forever
barred.
It is further ordered, That the first Mon
day in October A D. 1899, at 10 o'clock
A. M., at a general Term of said Probate
Court, to be held at the Probate Office in
the Courthouse in the City of Ne Ulm,
in said County, be and the same hereby
is appointed as the time and place when'
and where the said Probate Court will ex
amine and allow said claims and de
mands.
An It I Farther 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 in
the New Ulm Review, a weekly newspa
per printed and published at the city of
New Ulm. in said County.
Dated at New Ulm, Minn., the 23d day ~f
March, A. D. 1899.
By the Court:
18-15 ,.f S A. George,
vSeal.) ."-•",' Judge of Probate.
GOING TO CALIFORNIA?
^Then you will be interested in learn
ing that the Minneapolis & St. Louis II.
R. lias through tourist cars, with uphol
stered seats and personally conducted,
leaving every Tnesday via the Southern
Route, with no snow, no altitudes, and
no Sunday traveling. Leaving every
Thursday via Omaha, Denver, and Salt
Lake, the "Scenic Line" crossing the
Rocky aud Cascade Mountain ranges.
Berths only $6.00 through. Reduced
rate tickets. Address A. B. Cutts, G.
& T. A., Minneapolis, Minn, for full par
jmm^n?k
An Honest Loaf
Paul said to Timothy
We mke oui beer of prate hopa and malt. We guar
/Tmtee this. When you drink it, you know thatyou hare bad
srGENMNE OLD PROCESS LAGER.
F. Grebe will deliver bottled beer to all parts of IB©
icity. Telephone No. 14?^Office telephone No. 34.
Of which we keep the largest assortment. Please give us a call
as our prices are the lowest and our goods are the best.
Yod wdfit a sbdfp Flout,
*W tnaKe it.
NEW ULM ROLLER MILL CO.
"Take a httle wine for tny stomach's sake." V*
He might just as well have said beer and if he had been living today
he would have recommend some one of these popular favorites.
KAISER. .•'$
HERMANN'S BRAEU or
PILSENER OULMBACHER,
We keep them al I and in any quantity you want.
HE FAMILY.
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CHEAT THROAT and
LUNG REMEDY.
W. ALWIN, Agent.
is the noblest work
of the Bread Baker..
We b&ve put good flour, deugh and labor in our new loaf
of bread. Out of that dough and good mat*rial has come
a loaf of bread that for sweetness and g«od eating quali
ties is unexcelled. We have named it
"MANNA"
Each loaf weighs 2\ pounds. Those who have tried it
say its good so will you after one trial. Made fresh every
day at
Eibner's
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Beussmann Bros*%
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77N WARE. PAlNTS. BRUSHES.
SAWS, AXEL GREASE. OILS.
CHAS. STENGEL
Jos, Bobleter, Pres. E, G. Koch, Vice. Pres. Fred Pfaender, Cashier.:~
BJJOVV^ COUNTY'«Aff^ 4
NEW ULM, I N N
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Accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals Solicited upon the
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