f(eW Ulm flevtew
Ne Ulm Wednesday, April 15 1903
C. &. N. W. R. R.
DEPAHfUKK OP TRAINS EAST.
Pass Tfb 504(Ex.Sun)
No 1» (E Sun old line.
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS ViEST.
7 4 0 am
11 4' a
No (Ex Sun.) new line,
No. 17 Daily) »ld line,
No. 503 (Daily) new line,
No. 21 (E Sun.) old line,
No 15(Ex. Sun.) new line,
No 501 (Daily) new line,
Trains Nos 501 and 503 have sleeping cars
between Mankato and Chicago and chair
f-ars between Mankato and Minneapolis.
Diuing cars between VViuona and Tracy
and Mankato and Minneapolis.
Trains Nos 504 and 501 have sleeping cars
between Minneapolis and Redfield, b. D.
Further information inquire of H. L,
A Johnson, \V Kniskern,
Gen Ag't, Winona A Chicago.
M.&ST L. R.R.
In effect June 1 1900
6 4* am I Minneapolis & St Paul J12 27 pm
I 51 pm Passenger 9 36 pm
8 50 a HI To and from Winthrop 5 05 am
No change of cars between New Ulm and
St Paul and Minneapolis.
Close connections for Chicag*. Milwau
kee and all points East
R. E. English, Agent.
R. O. C. bTRLCKLER,
Offic* A.1 will's City Drag Store.
Residence cor. Broadway & 2d N St.
N E W
I N N
EDMUND W. BA.YLEY,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office Hours 12 M. to 4 P. M. and 7 t3
Office ©ver Olseu'a Drug Store.
Tel. 184. Ne Ulm Minn.
R. G. R. KOCH,
Office over W. G. Alwin's
City Drug St»re.
Absent from the city the fore
noon of the 1st and 3rd Thursdays »f each
At Hanska the 1st Thursday forenoon
and Lafayette the 3rd Thursday forenoon.
OIDALE & SOMSEN,
ATTORNEYS & COUN
Practices in all State and
Particular attention given
tions. Office over post-office.
N E W ULM
J. L. SCHOCH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Pioneer Drag Store.
NE W ULM, MINN
A LBERT A E N E
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
N E W
N E W
It. E W FRITSCHE,
N E W
I N N
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR.
OFFIGB IN MASONIC BLOCK—2ND FLOOR.
Legal advice given and suits tried in
Collections attended to.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
rLAMS AND SPECIFICATIONS FUKNISHID.
Contracts taken on all kinds of Bulla
lues. Office on Stats Street.
L. A. E A
Office in the Ottomeyer Block.
I N N
Oduntmnder for Extracting
•fflce ever Brown Ce Bank
I N N
JOS. BOBLETER, E Q. KOCH, V.
W O Cash.
Brown County Bank
NEW ULM. MINN.
Sale* up GapiJal |§S,[email protected]
Does a Qejjeraf a in
Steanps^ip Tickets a«d Farn?
Accounts «f Corporations, Firms and
Individuals solicited upon the most lib
eral terms consistent with good banking
4 02 a
3 50 in
3 50 in
No 50i (Daily) new line.
No 22 (Daily) old line
No 2 E ssun new line
W,H. Milburn Passes
Away at Santa Barbara,
WAS HISTORIC FIGURE IN THE SENATE.
Tfce a Ministe Ha
In a a
dere Hi a on Last
be Ba It W as N Acte Upon
by Tha Body
Washington April 13. Rev. Wil
liam Henr Milburn, he venerable
blind chaplain of the United State
senate, died in Santa Barbara, CaL,
Friday. Wor to this effect as re
ceived here by Col. A. Ransdell,
the sergeant at arms of the senate.
Mr. Milburn, accompanied by his
nieces, the Misses Timley, left Wash
ingto far the Pacific coast about a
year ago Th chaplain was in broken
health. Th change brought no great
improvement in his condition and
congress in Decembe he
forwarded his resignation to Wash
ington but it as never acted on
he deceased as a native of Phil
adelphia, where he as born in 1823
Whe he as five years of age a
playfellow accidentally struck in
he left eye it a piece of glass.
or years he as confined to a
BE W MILBURN,
Blind Chaplain of the Senate.
dark room under medical treatment
and he came out one of his
eyes as entirely blind and little
sight as left in the other. He how
ever, pursued his studies at school
and college for about 20 years, the
sight in dimmer until gradual
he became totally blind.
I he spring of 1838 he it
his father's family to Jacksonville.
111., and in 1843 he became a travel
in preacher of the Methodist Epis
copal church, serving charges in va
rious sections of the country
Mr. Milburn as twice elected
chaplain of congress, the first time
in 1845, a little over 22 years of
age, as twice chaplain of the house
of representatives, and lastly chap
lain of the senate to which office he
as elected 1893.
While serving a charge at Mobile,
Ala., Mr. Milburn underwent a trial
for heretical teachings as wide
as the blind preacher and
lecturer, his ministry and lecture
field covering a parts of the
United States and Canada and of
Great Britain and Ireland also
as known as an author.
FINED FOR CONTEMPT.
Latest S*e-i in he Lorimer-Dnrboro
Electio Contest Case in
Chicago, April 13 —Judge Hanecy de
cided on Fridaj that the election com
missioners were in contempt of court
by recounting a portion of the ballots
in the Lorimer-Durborow election con
test fined each of them $100 he
fined were President William Mal
ley, of the election board, Commis
sioners Thoma Judge and Oscar
Hebel and Chief Clerk I. Powel At
torney on both sides agreed that evem
if the fines are not paid the commis
sioners will not have to go to jail, A
test case will be made and an earlj date
will be set for final hearing of the case
by the supreme court
Arreste on Serious Charge.
Springfield, 111, April 13 —Mitchell
Driscoll, the towerma and night op
erator for he Wabash, at Springfield
Junction, where the two mail pouches
were stolen Friday night, was arrest
ed by deputy sheriffs on suspicion of
being connected with the robbery and
brought to this city and lodged in the
county jail declared that he as
innocent There is no trace of missing
Indianapolis, Ind April 13.—At he
annual meeting of the Academy of
Ophthalomolgy and Oto-laryngology,
in session in this city, he follow
in named officers were elected: Pres
ident, Edward Jackson, Denver secre
tary, Derrick E Vail,Cincinnati treas
urer, Otto J. Stein, Chicago Members
of the council were also chosen.
Illinoi an Dead,
Springfield, 111., April 13 —Dr. Ber
nard Stuve died at his home in this city
Saturday, aged 73 years. as one
of the best known physicians in he
county until his retirement several
years ago and as also active in Dem
ocratic politics. was prominent in
the State Historical society.
No "Word from President
Cinnabar, Mont., April 13.—Secretary
Loe has received no word from Presi
dent Roosevelt since he left his head
quarters for the mountainous camp on
FUNERAL OF MRS. PORTER.
Impressiv Service Over
a in of A an A
*ri? *x-is do at Parla. *&«g.
Paris, April 10.—The funeral of
Mrs. Porter, wife of he United
States ambassador, held at 11 o'clock
Thursday morning at the American
church" in the Ru as an
impressive tribute, he heads of he
French government he members of
the diplomatic* corps and a rep
resentatives of the 4 an colony
participating. Th front of he
church as draped it black and
the walls and pillars of the interior
were also with black draperies.
Th chancel as filled it tall
palms, while immediately in front of
the altar rested he casket hidden
beneath a profusion of beautiful
floral offerings. Ambassado Porter,
who as accompanied by his daugh
ter Elsie, heavily veiled, bore the or
deal with fortitude. Accompanyin
the mourners were relatives, inti
mate friends of the family and offi
cials of the embassy staff. he
left of the family at Mm Loubet,
wife of the president of France
Paul Loubet, Gen. Dubois, the per-'
sonal representative of the president,
with a large staff of officers in full
uniform Foreig Minister Delcassti,
Premier Combes and other members
of he ministry, it their wives
A others present were Ambas
sador Tower came on from
Berlin former Vice President Levi
P. Morton, Consul General Gowdy,
Count Rochambeau, Marquis de
Chambrun, M. Howard, the sculptor
of the Rochambea statue the Brit
ish ambassador, Sir Edmund Mon
son, and his staff, and the ambassa
dors and ministers of various other
countries, with their staffs, and a
large number of Americans, taxing
the capacity of the edifice. Rev. Dr.
Thurber conducted the simple serv
ice. I his invocation Dr. Thurber
made a feeling reference to the
beauty of he character of Mrs Por
ter Th choir a Mrs. Porter's
favorite hymns "Jesus, Lover of My
Soul," and "Lead, Kindly Light."
A he conclusion of the ceremony,
following the established official cus
tom, Mme Loubet and various mem
bers of the ministry addressed a few
words of personal sympathy to the
ambassador and his daughter.
After the public service the casket
as borne to the mortuar chapel
adjoining the church, where it will
remain until its removal to America.
N USES GUN.
Carroll Mix a a Shot by Mrs. W
a ms at a as City,
Kansa City, Mo., April 10—Mrs
Amanda Williams, came here re
cently from Texas shot and fatally
wounded Carroll Mix, a farmer of
Fajetteville, Ark while the latter as
asleep his room at 410 West Ninth
street, early Thursday. A the police
station later she refused to talk
Mix, v*ho was taken to the hospital
in a dying condition, said at he had
come to Kansas City a few days ago
to get aw a from the an and said
at he did not know she was the
citj Mrs Williams is 30 ears old and
Mix is 29
Mrs Williams later, in a statement
to the prosecutor, admitted that she
had purchased the revolver with which
=he shot Mix a month ago and that she
had planned the shooting deliberately
She was cool and collected when ar
rested, but in her'cell became hysteric
al and expiessed extreme sorrow for
The an a her husband i«
Jame William of Gainesville, Tex
At noon Mix was still alive
I a in Briber Scandal.
St Louis, April 10 —The April grand
iury impaneled Thursday in the crim
inal division of the St Louis circuit
court by Judge Ryan took up the
charges of bribery growing out of the
state alum and baking powder legis
lation Charges have been made by
Lieut Gov Joh Le at Daniel Kel
ley, of N York, alleged legislative
agent of the baking powder trust, at
tempted to give him $1,000 to secure
the appointment of a senate committee
that would handle the bill„to repeal the
law prohibiting the manufacture of
"alum" baking powder in Missouri for
the interests of the trust.
Trollejr Car Struck by Train.
Battl Creek, Mich. April 10.—A trol
ley car was struck by Grand Trunk train
No. 7, Thursday morning at the Jef
ferson avenue crossing, and smashed
into kindling wood. passengers,
Miss Clara Moorehouse and A. E Ross
man, received painful but fatal in
juries Th escape of the other occu
pants of the car as almost miracu
Lexington, April 10.—F V. R.
Hull, aged 76, died at Alexander's fa
us WoodbMrn farm Thursday of old
age. as one of the most noted
harness horse trainers in ]the United
States, having broken and trained
Maud S, Wedgewood, Belmont, Harold
and others. had trained for he
Alexanders 47 years.
a to fie* be Money.
St. Paul, Minn April 10.—A St. Pete
(Minn.) special to he Dispatch says:
Th bank at Nicollet as burglarized
Thursday morning short,
smooth-faced, dark-complexioned men
did the work. The were frightened
a a before securing any money but
the safe as completely demolished.
Troop Must Vaccinated
Washington, April 10.—Maj. Gen.
Davis, in command of the division of
the Philippines, has issued an order
directing that no troops be allowed to
land at Manila until they have been
Decision of Circuit Court Is Against
the Northern Securities
COMPANY DENIED RI6HT TO VOTE STOCK
of Sack Stock as Ha
iv to he Securities Com
a I Allowed—The Opinion of
he Court W it by a
St Paul, Minn., April 10.—The Unit
ed State circuit court of appeals
Thursda noon handed a deci
sion in he suit of the United States
against the Norther Securities com
pany, enjoining the company from
voting he stock of the Norther
Pacific or Great Norther Railway
companies, but allowing the return
of such stock as had been delivered
to that holding company. Th opin
ion was unanimous, all four judges
concurring, but the opinion was writ
ten by Judg Thayer. he substance
of the order is in the decree, which
is as follows:
"A decree in favor of the United
State will accordingly be entered to
he following effect: Adjudging that
the stock of the Norther Pacific and
Great Norther Railwa companies,
held by the Securities company,
as acquired in virtue of a combina
tion a the defendants in re
straint of trade and commerce
a he several 'states, such as
he anti-trust act denounces as il
legal, enjoining the* Securities com
pan from acquiring or attempting
to acquire further stock of it of
said companies also enjoining it
voting such stock at any meet
in of the stockholders of either of
said railroad companies or exercis
ing or attempting to exercise any
control, direction or supervision or
influence over the acts of said com
panies or either of them by virtue of
its holding such stock enjoining the
Northern Pacific and Great North
ern companies respectively, their
officers, directors and agents from
permitting such stock to be voted by
the Norther Securities company or
any of its agents or attorneys on its
behalf at any corporate election for
directors or officers of either of said
companies and likewise enjoining
them from paying any dividends to
the Securities company on account
of said stock or permitting or suf
ferin he Securities company to ex
ercise a control whatsoever over
the corporate acts of said companies
or to direct the policy of either ana
finally, permitting he Securities
company to return and transfer to
he stockholders of the Norther
Pacific and Great Norther compan
ies any and all shares of stock of
those companies which it a have
received from such stockholders in
exchange for its own stock, or to
make such transfer and assignment
to such person or persons as are the*
holders and owners of its stock
originally issued exchange for he
stock of said companies
The defendants are tn Norther
Securities company, the Norther
Pacific Railway company the Great
Northepn Railway company, Jame
Hill, William Clough, Willis
James Joh S Kennedy, Pierpont
Morgan, Robert Bacon, George
Baker and Daniel Lamont.
New York, April 10 —The case of the
Northern Securities will be appealed
ox Deserve Credit.
Pittsburg, a April 10—Whe in
formed of the decision in the North
er Securities merger case, D. T.
Watson special counsel for the
"The credit for this victory belongs
to Attorne General Knox. first
the case through and arriv
in at the conclusion that the forma
tion of the Norther Securities com
pan and its acquisition of the ma
jority of the stock of he Great
Norther Railway company and the
Norther Pacific Railway company
as a violation of the Sherman anti
trust law, he so positively advised
he president and instituted the case
decided in St. Louis. has cour
ageousl and honestly pressed the
case, and the decision of the court
fully sustains him in his course
Schenectady, N April 10.—At a
a in held here Wednesday
night resolutions were adopted with
enthusiasm, indorsing the ac
tio of President Roosevelt in ap
pointing negroes to office "and up
holding the rights of the colored
people to partake of the fruits of
a a Stallion Dead
N York, April 10—Heros, a val
uable stallion, is dead. he horse
had been sick for several days.
as valuable only because of his
exceptional training, but also on ac
count of his breed, which as pure
Fredericksborg. This is he royal
Danish breed, a is almost extinct.
N York, April 10.—It is supposed
at four stevedore from he barge
sent to take he cargo from he
damaged Atla liner Alleghen re
drowned Wednesda the- barge
sunk with 104 on board. _„
a an a a Ma Go to W a
Victoria, B. April 10.—In Japanes
papers received by he recent mails,
stories were given of rumors current
at Daln and Khaibi of impending' a
between Russia and Japan.
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Northrup, King & Co.'s Seeds
Tov Dealer Probably Sella Them—Bat it will Help on to Get Oar
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THE LEADING INSURANCE ANDREAL ESTATE MAN."
I represent 25 »f the largest and strongest Fire and Tornndo in
surance companies in the world.
I also represent tht largest and strongest
INndina fidelity, Employers' liability, accident, 1att and fife!
I Improved and unimproved lands
LdllU^ bought and sold,
I haTt some bargains in Red River valley lands iu Minnesota The tune to
buy land is now. If you buy laud you are sure to ive money. I ti»»e made
thousands of dollais for my clients I can make matter lor you.
N. Henningsen, Insurance & Real Estate, New Ulm.
My agency is »ne of the largest in the '•t.tte
OF 160 ACRES IN THE FAMOUS
SASKATCHEWAN VALLEY OF
To the Renter, the Farmers' Sons, the Poor Man,
this is a chance of a life time to secure a
GOOD FARM ABSOLUTELY FREE in a
country where WHEAT IS KING and crop
failures are unknown.
Stop Working For Some One Else!
BE INDEPENDENT and OWN YOUR OWN FARM
DON'T WAIT! THESE FARMS WILL BE TAKEN UP
FAST! WRITE NOW.
We furnish Free Liveries and Experienced Men Co show, the
lands and locate you.
We have a colonization arrangement with the Canadian Government to locate &
limited number of settlers on our lands, and as soon as this contract is completed This
Offer will be Withdrawn, Remember, you have nothing- to pay excepting- a home
steader's fee of $10.00, which is paid to the Government of Canada. You do not
us a penny.
Reduced Railway Rates any day. Write us for full In
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