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J(ew Uim Review
By W.R. HODGES and ASA P. BROOKS.
Ne Ulm Wednesday, May 14th, 1902.
C. & N. W. R. R.
DEPARTURE OF TJRAINSEAST.
Pass. No. 4 (Ex. Sun.) new line, 3t54a
No. 18 (Ex.Sun.) old line, 6:05 a
No. 10 (Diily) i-ew line, 3:50
N 22 (Daily) old line 3:50
No 2 (Ex Sun new line 7:00
Way freight No 14 daily (ea.. Sun.)
via St. Peter, ,12:15
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS \StEST.
No. 5 (Ex. Sun.) new line, 7:40 a
No. 17 Daily) old line, 1:40
No. 8 (Daily) new line, 11:40
No. 21 (E Sun.) old line, 8:40
No. (Ex. Sun.) new line, 15.15
Trains Nos. 10 and 3 have sleeping cars
between Mankato and Chicago and chair
"M
cars between Win
and Mankato and Minneapolis.
cars between Mankat'o and Minneapolis.
Dining cars between Winona and Tracy
Trains Nos 4 and 1 have sleeping cars
between Minneapolis and Redfield, S. D.
Further information inquire of H. L.
Beecher, Agent
K. C. Johnson, W. B. Kniskern,
Gen. Ag't, Winona G.P A.. Chicago.
M.&ST. L. R. R.
In effect June 1, 1900.
North I Soutl-i
6 46 am I Minneapolis & St. Paul 12 11pm
1 51 pm Passenger. 8:59
8 50 a I Minneapolis & St. Paul 5:05 am
4 15 Freight
No change of cars between Ne Ulm and
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Close connections for Chicago, Milwau*
kee and all points East
For full particulars apply to
W. Pickel, Agent.
R. E. O'KEEFE.
Lawyer.
Rudolphi Block, N Ulm Minn.
3d North and Minnesota St.
R. EDMUND W. BA.YLEY,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office Hours 12 M. to 4 P. M. and 7 to
9
Office over Olsen's Drug Store.
Tel. 184 Ne Minn.
R. G. R. KOCH,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Office over W. G. Alwm's
City Drug Store.
N E W I N N
OIDALE & SOMSEN,
ATTORNEYS & COUN
SELORS.
Practices in all State and
Particular attention given
tions. Office over post-office,
N E W ULM
R. L. A. GEBHARDT,
S. courts,
to collec-
MINN.
DENTAL SURGEON.
Office in the Schoch-Ottomeyer
Buildiag.
New Ulm, Minn.
R. FRED W. FRITSCHE.
DENTAL SURGEON.
ODUNTUNDBE FOR EXTRACTING.
Office over Brown Co, Bank.
RBW UtM MINN.
R. L. A. FRITSCHE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
®ffice over Brown Co. Bank.
rfBW ULM MINN.
R. J. L. SCHOCH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MINN.
A LBERT PFAENDER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Schoch-Ottomeyer Block,
NEW ULM, Mnrar.
A. HAGBERG.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR.
OFFICE IN MASONIC BLOCK—2ND FLOOR.
Ijegal advice given and salts tried in
all courts. Collections attended to.
NEW ULM MINN.
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House building and frame work of
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IS STILL1ACTIYE.
Volcano on Mt. Pelee bbn
tinues to Belch Fprth
Its Liquid Fire.
Vessels Afraid to Approach the
Stricken City of St.
Pierre.
Governor of Martinique, His Wife,
and United States Consul Be
lieved to Have Perished.
fcatest News Does Wot Lessen the Ex-
tent of the Terrible
Calamity.
Variou to Sen Relief—
a Orders Unlimite E
to Sufferers.
London, Ma 12 A cable company
received a message from Martinique
Saturday saying- the volcanic erup
tio there continues and at ships are
afraid to approach the island.
E a a Cease.
Fort-de-France, Martinique, Ma
12.—The earthquakes have ceased,
but he volcanic eruptions continue.
E Gro W
London, Ma 12.—Private dis
patches received late Saturday after
on the W Indies say he
eruption at Martinique is decidedly
Th French Cable company received
cablegram Saturday morning an
nouncin at he eruption at Mar
tinique continues and at ships are
afraid to go near the island.
Numbe of ad 40,000.
Th latest a indicate at
he number of deaths will be about
40,000, several of the smaller islands
near Martinique having also suffered.
eight in the morning and
eight in the evening of Thursday,
Ma 8, St. Pierre as a a of fire,
and there as also a volcanic erup
tio at St. Vincent. Th island of
St. as is sending help.
A ship which arrived Friday, Ma
9, at the island of Dominica, British
W Indies, and which as lying off
St. Pierre he eruption com
menced, reports at the noise as
terrific. A huge cloud of fire ap
peared over the to and neighbor
hood, giving the inhabitants no
chance to escape.
450 People
N York, Ma 12.—The Frenc Ca
ble company's offices this city were
advised Saturday at their repair
steamer Quertier has ar
rived at Fort-de-France, having res
cued 450 persons St. Pierre.
She has returned immediately to the
scene of the disaster to search for
further survivors.
Senator Safe.
Paris, Ma 12.—The Patri says the
wife of Senato Knigh has received
a cable dispatch from her husband,
dated Fort-de-France, Martinique, at
three p. m., Friday, saying- "Well,
property safe
Th cable dispatch Senator
Knigh also said at Morne-Rouge
as spared. Morne-Rouge is a beau
tiful resort situated he
St. Pierre and the crater of Mont
Pelee.
Story of an E W it
Pointe-a'-Pitre, Goudaloupe, Ma 12.
—The first a of the Roraima thus
describes the disaster at St. Pierre:
"Between 6.30 and 7 o'clock in the morn
ing on Thursday, without warning, there
came of a sort of whirlwind of siteam,
boiling mud and fire, which suddenly swept
the city and the roadstead There were
some 18 vessels anchored in the harbor,
including the Roraima, the French sailing
ship Tamaya, four larger sailing ships and
others All five vessels immediately canted
over and began to burn The Tamaya was
a bark from Nantes, Capt Maurice, and
was on her way to Pointe-a-Pitre All the
boats except the Roraima sank instantly
and at the same moment
"Every house ashore was utterly de
stroyed and apparently buried under the
ashes' and burning lava An officer who was
sent ashore penetrated but a short distance
into the city He found only a few walls
standing and the streets literally paved
with corpses The governor of the island,
who had arrived only a few hours before
the catastrophe, was killed Both the Eng
lish and American consuls with their fam
ilies were reported to have perished tl is
certain that no more than 40 out of the
above 5S.O0O could have escaped."
he cruiser Suchet as here Frida
buying provisions or the survivors in
he outlyin districts. She sailed for
Fort-de-France Frida it a
large quantity of stores which re
immediately under guard. N
groe are flocking in a numbers into
Fort-de-France the surrounding
country, demanding food.
A am Fort-de-France
a at and cinders a
been falling all he
island and still continue, doing great
damage, and at the final re
ports are received it will be found at
a people have killed or in
in otheT parts of Martinique.
Hope in Halved.
Fort-de-France, Martinique, Ma 12.
—Hope are raised here at re of
the population of St. Pierre an in
dicated in the earlier dispatches a
been saved. I is believed at a
ber of people were rescued he
stricken to by steamers running
to Fort-de-France.
The work of clearing a a he debris
in he city of St Pierre as already
commenced and even me sem
'-4 *&+>Jd$&&f>
blance of order lia restored he
in ruins have partially
cleared. I as a by he
municipal and other authorities to
burn all corpses found in he streets
he authorities of Fort-de-France a re
sending a procurabl necessaries or
he sufferers it medical aid or he
injured, he food supplies of St. Pierre
being all destroyed. he cruiser
Suche is revictuaiing Martinique
Goudaloupe.
or of Colon PerlBsaesj.
Paris, a 12.—A am
he governor of he island of Guade
loupe contains he latest of he
Martinique cataclys received at he
colonial office.
Afte announcing at he Frenc
cruiser Suche ad 30 survivors on
board, he governor of Guadeloupe
a
"Everything tends to the belief that
the governor of the colony, M. L. Mout
tet, and Col. Gerbault and their wives
perished with the population of St.
Pierre. I have ordered the prompt dis
patch of provisions from Pointe a Pitre
and Basseterre The Suchet sails for
Martinique this evening. All of the pteo
ple and the supplies of Guadeloupe are
at your disposal for relief."
A private telegrams received
here he at so me of
he inhabitants of St. Pierre es
caped.
E a from. St. Pierre
Th bishop of Martinique sent a
cable a For France,
forwarded at 5:30 p. m. Friday, an
nouncin the safety of Pasto King,
of St. Pierre, escaped he disas
te and so refuge at Morne
Rouge. I is hoped at others fled
there.
Cable a have been received
by the southern route. All the north
ern cables are interrupted.
A least 50 families of Bordeau
are bereaved. Mos of the business
of St. Pierre as transacted through
Bordeaux.
"A W in of Fire.
Th minister of marine has re
ceived the following undated dispatch
Point a'Pitre, island of Guade
loupe, from the commander of he
Frenc cruiser Suchet:
"I have obtained the following informa
tion of the events of yesterday: About
eight o'clock the volcano threw up a
considerable mass of smoke and earth.
A whirlwind of fire immediately fol
lowed Instantly the whole town (of S
Pierre) was in flames, and the ships in
the harbor were dismasted and burned
The shower of rocks lasted a quarter
of an hour I arrived at S Pierre at
two o'clock in the afternoon, saving a
few persons from the ships. I saw no
living creature in St. Pierre, to which it
was impossible to penetrate. There
were numerous corpses near the quay."
a Sends Succor.
A a meeting of he Frenc cabinet
Saturday morning the minister of
fianance, M. Caillaux, as authorized to
expend all the necessary to suc
cor he sufferers by he Martinique dis
aster. A official of he colonial office
sailed from for Martinique Sat
urday morning with half a million
francs ($100,000), in cash.
The cabinet further decided to or
der the half-mastin of flags over all
public buildings for three days, and
the minister of he colonies, M. Decrais,
as instructed to telegraph to the gov
ernmen of Martinique he condo
lences of France.
M. Decrais informed he cabinet
in at Senator Knight, presi
dent of the legislature of Martinique,
as believed to have lost his life
at St. Pierre, has escaped.
Urge S in of W a
London, Ma 12.—Gov. Llewellyn, of
the Windward islands, cables to the
colonial office from Sa Lucia as fol
lows
"Leaving at once for St. Vincent.
Eruption continues. Break in cable
continues. Agai sending war
ships
Islan of St. in a
London, Ma 12.—The following
cablegra as received Saturday
morning at the colonial office from
Gov. Sir Frederick Mitchell Hodgson
of Barbados
"The Soufnere volcano, on St. Vincent,
B. "W. I erupted violently yesterday.
Loud reports, resembling artillery fire,
were heard at Barbados at three o'clock
in the afternoon At five o'clock there
came darkness and thunder, accompanied
by a strong downpour of dust which
continued until night. Barbados is cov
ered several inches deep with dust this
morning. Have telegraphed Sir Robert
Llewelyn, governor of the Windward
islands, offering him all assistance."
Anothe cablegra received
Administrator Bell, of he island of
Dominica, is as follows
"A terrible eruption has occurred of a
volcano at Martinique Great distress
prevails there I am sending provisions
immediately. All safe at Dominica."
Thirt ad on St. Vincent
Thirt deaths are reported to have
occurred at he island of St. Vincent,
according to a am received at
he colonial office Saturday in
Gov. Llwellyn, forwarded
St. Lucia Friday evening. he gov
ernor adds:
"Information incomplete. Eruption
continues. I am endeavoring to get back
to St. Vincent."
it is Steame a a
Steel, & Co., of this city,
owners of he British a Bod
dam, which escaped St. Pierre
to St Lucia, received S a a morn
in the first their a
at St. Lucia, as follows
"Terrible volcanic eruption at Mar
tinique. Roddam returned. One anchor
and chain slipped. Tarpaulins and run
ning gear burned. Machiney intact.
Captain in hospital. Two mates, chief
engineer and eight of crew dead. Ten
in hospital. Second and third engineers
aboard. Campbell, supercargo, dead.
Communication between here and Bar
bados interrupted."
W Not a a
N York, Ma 12.—The America
Catholic pilgrimage to Rome of
Rev. E H. Porcile, of Brooklyn is the
director general, will be postponed
on account of the death o£ Archibishop
Corrigan, twill out as originally
scheduled, in sections, the first
sailing Jul a he second Jul 5.
§1
1 Willi.
The Noted Navy Commander Passed
Away at His Home in the:
City of Washington.
END CAUSED BY HEII0BRHA6EDF BRAIN.
S is is a a
W ad Made an I a id
for Man Months—Navy Sailers a
Great Loss—Brief S a of Hi
Notabl Career.
Washington Ma 7.—Rear Admiral
William T. Sampson, retired, died at
his me in this city at five o'clock
Tuesda afternoon Th immediate
cause of death as a severe cerebral
hemorrhage ad in a semi
conscious state for several days and
this forenoon suffered a severe hem
orrhage. A his bedside the ad^
miral breathed his last were Mrs.
Sampson, Mrs. Lieut. Cluverius, he
admiral's married daughter, Admiral
Sampson's sons Ralph and
Harold Sampson Dr. Dixon, he at
tending physician, and nurses and at
tendants
Iiif of he Admiral
[William T. Sampson was born in Pal
myra county, N. on February 9, 1840
Up to the time of the outbi*eak of the war
with Spain he was comparatively unknown
outside of naval circles1 He received most
of his education as naval cadet at Annap
olis. He served during the civil war on the
ADMIRAL WILLIAM T. SAMPSON.
old Patapsco, which formed part of the
blockading squadron at Charleston in 1861
After the war Sampson was detailed for
service at the Naval academy and remained
there from 1868 to 1871 as head of the depart
ment of chemistry and physics Then for
several years hie was attached: to the Con
gress, but has first command was the Alert,
to which he was assigned with the rank of
commander in 1874 From 1876 to 1878 he was
again at the Naval academy, and ten years
later he became the superintendent of the
institution and maintained a high state of
discipline. was promoted to captain
In 1889, and the next year he was placed in
command of the cruiser San Francisco
After the breaking out of the Spanish war
Sampson was given command of the North
Atlantic station, and he blockaded the ports
of Cuba with his squadron, being joined in
this work by the flying squadron under
Rear Admiral Schley, who was next in
command to him The details of the con
troversy in regard to the credit for the de
struction of the Spanish warsihdps are fresh
in the public mind
Lai to Rest
Washington Ma 10.—The remains
of the late Rear Admiral Sampson were
laid at rest in Arlington yes
terda it brilliant and impressive
naval and military features. Ever
department of the national govern
as represented—the executive
by he president and his cabinet, and
a prominent officials of he civil
service the legislative by senators and
representatives the judiciary by the
Unite State supreme court, and the
military and naval services by officers
of all ranks.
PEACE IS A PROBABILITY.
Wif of Boe a in on
iv a in Informa
on Africa.
London. Ma 8.—The wife of Gen. Lu
cas Meyer, he commander of the Or
ang State forces, is in this
country, received acabl a
her husband Tuesda saying at peace
in Sout Africa as probable.
London, Ma 8.—Lord Salisbury, dur
in his speech Wednesday, at the an
nual grand habitation of he Primros
league here, said the government had
receded an iota its previous
peace terms to the Boers.
y.
A Congress
Washington Ma 8.—Secretary
Root, in his reply to congress on
he a in he Philippines, a full
responsibility for he policy of re
taliation and reconcentration, saying
it as necessary and as proved effi
cacious. Th secretary as given he
senate a copy of Brig. Gen. Bell's or
der to deal severely it Filipino
murderers denied of
Gen. Smith's Sama order.
Oxford I Scheme
London, Ma 10.—At a crowded
in of he Oxford Union
to discuss he scholarships left by
he a Cecil Rhodes a on to
he effect at "Mr. Rhodes me
as impracticable and incompatible
it Oxford's interests, as
rejected, after debate, by a
vote of 133 to 30.
Librar of an Professor
New York, May 10.—New York uni
versity has purchased the entire li
brary of the late Prof. Huebner, of
the University of Berlin. The li
brary' contains about 7,000 volumes,
and is strong in archaeology, Latin
inscriptions and classical philology.
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