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New Ulm Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1903
C.& N.W R. R-
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS EAST.
Pass. No. 504 (Ex.Sun.) new line,
No. 18 (Ex.Sun.) old line,
No. 502 (Daily) new line,
J. L. SCHOCH,
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No. 22 (Daily) old line
No. 2 Ex Sun.) new line
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS W EST.
No. 5 'Ex. Stin.) new line,
No. 17 Daily) old line,
No. 508 (Daily) new line,
No. 21 (Ex. Sun.) old line,
No. 15(Ex. Sun.) new line,
No. 501 (Daily) new line.
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A Johnsoni,
Gen. Ag't. Wii
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Trains Nos.504 and 503 have sleeping cars
between Mankato and Chicago and chair
"ars between Mankato and Minneapolis.
Dining cars .between Wmona and Tracy
and Iankato and Minneapolis.
Trains Nos.504 and 501 have sleeping cars
between Minneapolis and Redfleld, b. U.
Further information inquire of tL. L,.
Beecher, Agentt.
W. B. Kniskern,
Winona. G.P. A.. Chicago.
M. & ST. L. R. R.
North South
8:59 am I Minneapolis & St. Paul 112:28 pm
1:50 Passenger. I »:Mpm
3:80 HI I To and from Winthrop 8:30 am
only
No change of cars between Ne Ulm and
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Close connections for Chicago, Milwau
kee and all points East.
1
R. L. English, Agent.
R. J. H. VOGEL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Alwia's Drug Store.
E W ULM, MINN.
J)B.
O. C. STRICKLER,
PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON.
Office over Alwin's City Drag Store.
Residence cor. Broadway & 2d N. St.
NEW ULM, MINN.
R. EDMUND W. BAYLEY,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office Hours: 12 M. to 4 P. M. and 7 to
9 P.M.
Office over Olsen's Drug Store.
Tel. 184. New Ulm, Minn.
G. R. KOCH,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Office over W. G. Alwin's
City Drug Store.
Absent from the city during the fore
^noon of the 1st and 3rd Thursdas'S of each
itnonth.
At Hanska the 1st Thursday forenoon
.and Lafayette the 3rd Thursday forenoon.
E
OIDALE & SOMSEN,
ATTORNEYS & COUN
SELORS.
Practices in all State and U. S. courts.
Particular attention given to collec
tions. Office over post-office.
N E W ULM I N N
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Pioneer Drug Store.
NEW ULM, MINN.
A LBERT PFAENDER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Schoch-Ottomeyer Block,
NEW ULM,
A. HAGBERG.
Mnw.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR.
O I E H* MASONIC BLOCK—2ND VLGOK.
Lcaal advice gives and suits tried in
all courts. Collections atteoded to.
NSW ULM MINN.
A, HEERS.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED.
Contracts taken on all kinds of Build
in K8. Office on State Street.
NBW UI.M MINN,
It. L. A. GEBHARDT,
Office in the Ottomeyer Block.
NEW UiiM, MINN.
[\R. FRED W. FRITSCHE,
DENTAL SURGEON
Oduntunder-for Extracting.
©ffice over Brown Co. Bask.
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Head ache? It's your liver!
Ayer's Pills are liver pills, all
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BUCKINGHAM'S DY
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MTi!TCJ5,fr£2?i 2'STSlORR .?ALL*_rn.. NASHUA^
POLIC
O BE
Austrian and Russian Officials Reach
This Determination After
a Conference.
PROGRAMME OF MACEDONIAN
REFORMS IS ELABORATE
a a on of Macedonian W
a to a a Als is
cussed—Report of Christia Mas
sacr by at Razalog
peated—Tow I Burned
Vienna, Oct. 5.—M. Sawinsky, For
eign Minister Lamsdor?s secretary, has
issued a statement regarding the re-tions,
sult of the conference In Austria be
tween Count Lamsdorff and Count
Goluchowski, the Austrian-Hungarian
foreign minister, from which it appears
that they reached a determination that
the two powers shall continue the Bal
kan policy arranged last winter. The
programme for reform in Macedonia
then drawn up has, however, been es
sentially extended and elaborated.
The secretary characterized the state
ment that Russia had demanded the
free passage of her ships through the
Dardanelles as being quite incorrect,
and added that the ministers' confer
ence included the whole area of Eu
ropean Turkey, with the exception of
Old Albania, and gave repeated evi
dence of entire accord in the views of
Count Lamsdorff and Count Goluch-
owski, that in consequence of the
agreement the powers need not fear
war between Turkey and Bulgaria, nor
any great difficulty in the execution of
the reforms.
The Neue Freie Presse's correspondent
at Muerzsteg, Styria, near which place
the czar and Emperor Francis Joseph are
hunting, telegraphs that the repatriation
of the Macedonians who havefledto Bul
garia was also discussed at the confer
ences between Counts Lamsdorff and
Goluchowski and that all the signatories
to the treaty of Berlin will be apprised
of the agreements reached at Muerzsteg
by means of identical notes which will
be published simultaneously.
Repor of Massacre Confirmed.
IN THE WORLD OF COMMERCE
Leading Agencies Tell of Condition
of General Trade.
Report Var A in to Sections
Considered, Bu on he W
he Frospeo I a a
New York, Oct. 5.—Bradstreet's week
ly review of trade says: "Mixed trade
and crop conditions still present them
selves, although some improvement in
•tone is noted where crop estimates, as
in the case of corn, show expansion.
Lower prices for cereals point the way
to future large business and induce a
larger foreign interest in our farm pro
ducts. Trade reports vary with sections
considered, the best reports coming
from the southwest, the northwest and
the Pacific coast. Spotted trade reports
come from sections of the middle west.
From the south the reports are in the
main favorable as to trade and collec
but crop deterioration is wide
spread, except from the lower Missis
sippi valley. Falling prices for cotton,
though a hopeful sign for our export
trade and domestic manufacturers,. do
not excite lively satisfaction among pro
ducers. Among the great industries
iron and steel show the effect of threat
ened over-production In proposals for a
20 per cent, reduction of Northern fur
nace output, rumors of like action by
southern producers and quiet demand
for finished products."
R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of
trade says: "Aside from the reduction
in blast furnace activity manufacturing
plants are more fully engaged, and sev
eral encouraging reports are received,
particularly as to footwear. Wholesale
and jobbing trade is well maintained,
many cities reporting a larger volume
RICHARD WAGNER MEMORIAL RECENTLY UNVEILED IN BERLIN
(This colossal monument by the Sculptor Eberlein stands in an amphi
theater in the woods of the Tiergarten. The figures at the base represent inci
dents in the Wagnerian operas.)
Sofia, Bulgaria, Oct. 4.—Courier dis
patches received at the Macedonian revo
lutionary headquarters repeat the re
ports of the massacre of all the Christians
in the town of Razalog (Mehomia), by
Turkish troops last Sunday. The Bul
garian government is not represented in
eastern Macedonia, hence no official in
formation on the subject is obtainable
but, the foreign office here believes that
several hundred Christians were killed.
According to Turkish reports the
revolutionists massacred the people and
burned the town of Razalog and the
Turkish population and troops departed
leaving the place in the hands of the in
surgents. These reports the insurgents
deny.
a a Stabbed.
Pueblo, Col., Oct. 5.—H. E. Williams,
a young man on the way from Denver
to Kansas, was fatally stabbed Friday
night on the Santa Fe train before its
arrival here by a stranger who
jumped off when the train was twothere
miles from this city. The man had
beaten Williams out of some money
and when the latter tried to compel
himto give it up the man stabbed him
in the abdomen with a knife, which
was plunged to the hilt in his body.
[Williams is in a hospital in a dying
'condition.
Colliery Closes.
Mahanoy City, Pa., Oct. 5.—Nine
hundred men were thrown out of work
Saturday by the closing for the bal
ance of the year of the North Mahanoy
colliery of the Philadelphia & Reading
Coal and Iron company.
than last year, and business at Chicago
is stimulated by. the multitude attending
the centennial. Latest returns of for
eign commerce at this port are favor
able, exports increasing, while imports
decrease as compared with the same
week last year. Railway earnings thus
far available for September exceed those
of 1902 by 8.4 per cent, and surpass earn
ings in 1901 by 19.3 per. cent.
"Failures this week in the United
States number 226 against 232 last week,
219 the preceding week and 207 the cor
responding week last year, and in Can
ada ten against 19 last week, 19 the pre
ceding week and 23 last year."
CONDITIO
N O COTTON
Repor of Departmen of Agricultur
on he Subject—Much a
a to he Crop.
Washington, Oct. 5.—The monthly re
port of chief of the bureau of statistics
of the department of agriculture will
show the average condition of cotton on
September 25 to have been 65.1, as com
pared with 81.2 one month ago, 58.3 on
September 25, 1902, 61.4 at the corre
sponding date in 1901, and a ten-year
average of 67.4. These figures indicate
the condition on September 25, and no
attempt is made to anticipate the results
from future weather conditions.
Reports of damage during September
from rust, shedding, drought, caterpil
lars and worms are general throughout
the cotton states, the damage in Texas
being caused more particularly by boll
weevil and boll worm. The crop is re
ported as from two to four weeks late,
and many correspondents report that
will be no top crop.
Brother Ar Buried
Kinderhook, N. Y., Oct 5.—The fu
neral of the three Van Wormer broth
ers, who were executed for the mur
der of their uncle, Peter Hallembeck,
was held from their stepmother's home
Saturday. At the request of Mrs. Van
Wormer, the coffins remained open
during the funeral. The interment was
in the Kinderhook cemetery, several
thousand people following the funeral
procession.
Neiv Vali Arrives
Beirut, Syria, Oct. 5.—Khalid Pasha,
the new vali of Beirut, has arriyeiLhere.
FOU KILLED IN
Ml A BUST
Immense Cooker in a Distillery at
Peoria, I1L, Blows Up with
Fatal Results.
TWO EMPLOYES ARE MISSING
AND FIVE OTHERS ARE INJURED
a of so I a
Gather to Assist in W of
—Cause oft he Terribl Catastroph
—Financia Loss Is E a at
975,000.
Peoria, 111., Oct 5.—An awful catas
trophe occurred at the plant of the
Corning Distilling company, in the ex
treme south end of the city, at nine
o'clock Saturday morning, when one
of the immense cookers, in the main
building, exploded with a deafening re
port, killing several of the employes,
maiming many more, and completely
wrecking that portion of the distil
lery. Fire alarms were immediately
sent in for the entire department, and
patrol wagons and ambulances hur
riedly summoned. Fortunately, the
wreckage did not take fire, and the
firemen immediately assisted the dis
tillery employes who had escaped in
the rescue of their less fortunate fel
low workmen. Th cooker is a steel
contrivance about 20 feet in diameter
and 80 feet in length, used in cooking
the mashes. It is presumed a vacuum
was formed, and when the steam was
turned on to cook Saturday's mash the
explosion followed. The cooker was
hurled through the north wall of the
four-story structure a distance of 380
feet The entire north wall of the
distillery was blown down, and the.
south end walls were also badly dam
aged. The wreckage was distributed all
over the neighborhood. The distillery
people estimate their financial loss at
fully $75,0*0, and it will be some weeks
before the plant can be repaired suf
ficiently to resume operations.
List of he Casualties.
The following is believed to be a
complete list of the casualties:
The dead: James McManus, instant
ly killed in cooker-room Powell
Neil, assistant engineer of the
cooker-room, taken out dead James
O'Keefe, badly burned all over his
body, died in the ambulance on way to
the Cottage hospital George Schaef
fer, aged 16, scalded all over his body,
died on the way to the hospital.
The missing: John Wailson, govern
ment storekeeper Guy Brennan, yeast
maker.
The injured: Daniel Cashin, both
legs fractured burned on arm it is
thought he will recover James Welsh,
burned on body, not badly, will re
cover George C. George, 715 Warner
avenue, scalded about the head, face,
hands and legs, not seriously Charles
Lane, 3217 South Washington street,
hands burned, not seriously unknown
man, called The Dago, badly scalded
about head, unconscious.
Thousands of people quickly gath
ered at the scene to assist in the work
of rescue. James McManus, an
em-t
ploye of the cooker-room, was dead,
having been killed instantly. James
O'Keefe was still alive when rescued.
He was badly burned all over his body
by the scalding steam, and died a few
minutes after his removal to the cot
tage hospital. Neil Powell, the assist
ant engineer of the cooker-room, was
dead when taken out. George Schaef
fer, a boy 16 years old, was alive when
taken out but died on the way to the
hospital. He was scalded all over his
body. An unknown man was also taken
to the hospital. He was in an uncon
scious condition, and there is little
hope of his recovery.
Coming's distillery was a compara
tively new house, having been erected
two years ago, and had a capacity of
6,000 bushels per day. It was equipped
for the manufacture of the finished
product, as well as of high wines and
alcohol.
EX-CONGRESSMAN DEAD.
is B. Gunckel, in Member
of Ohio Bar, Passe A a
at Dayton
Dayton, O., Oct 5. Lewis B.
Gunckel, ex-congressman from the
Third district, and one of the best
known members of the Ohio bar, died
Saturday morning of pneumonia and
heart trouble at the age of 77 years.
In 1862 he was a presidential elector,
and was a member of the board of di
rectors of the national military home
for 12 years. He was largely instru
mental in having the central branch
located in Dayton. He represented
this district in congress in 1872, and
declined a second nomination in 1884.
In 1871 he was appointed by Presi
dent Grant to investigate the Indian
frauds. He practiced law until the
time of his death.
Lio Attack Trainer
Joliet, 111., Oct. 5.—A lioness savagely
attacked its trainer, Capt. Briggs, dur
ing the street carnival here Friday night
While Briggs was in a cage with the
lioness and several hundred people were
looking on, the lioness became enraged.
The animal sprang upon Briggs and bit
him badly in the abdomen, thigh and
hand. By firing a revolver, while em
ployes attacked the animal with irons,
Briggs finally got out of the cage.
Attemp a
New York, Oct. 5.—An attempt made
by Dr. Frederick A. Cook, of Brooklyn,
the well-known explorer, to scale
Mount McKinley' in Alaska, has failed,
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N. HENNINGSEN,
,THE LEADING INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE MAN.
I represent 35 of the largest and strongest Fire and Tornado in
surance companies in the world.
—I also represent the largest and strongest
Bonding fidelity, Smployers' liability, Accident, fail aid fife
Insurance Companies.
a Improved and unimproved lands
t-'CllIUfc. bought and sold.
I have some bargains in Red River valley lands ia Minnesota. The time to
buy land is now. If you buy land you are sure to save money. I have made
thousands of dollars for my clients. I can make money lor you.
N. Henningsen, Insurance & Real Estate, New Ulm.
My agency is one of the largest in the sfate.
S When Uncle Sam makes better money than 5
GOLD COIN then somebody may
make better flour than
HGOLD
COIN*-
but not before!
fEaele Boiler Mill Co.!
W quote Shorts at $ 3 per ton Bran at $J2 per ton.
We wish to inform the public.
that no pains will be spared to supply our trade with the best
meats obtainable.
Baby beef will continue to be on sale once or twice a week un
til our supply ia exhausted but we will make it a point at all
times to have as good a line of beef rn stock as is obtainable in
any city making quality more of a factor than quantity, and
wish our customers, would bear this in mind.
Try our mild sugar-cured hams and bacon guaranteed to be
first-class. All orders given to us either in person or over the
phone will receive prompt and careful attention.
S be 's Model Meat Market.
F. H. BEHNKE.
We have a fine line of canned meats and fishiwhich
we always keep on ice.
Fresh fruits and vegetables always to be had.
We have the exclusive agency for Chase & Sanborn's
coffees and teas.
Our line of Crockery and
Glassware is better than ever.
We just received a nice assortment of Souvenir
Goods, which we will be pleased to show you.
$ F. BEHNKE.
W Cash.
NEW ULM, MINN.n
Said up Gapifal $§6.®66.
Does a Qer eral Barjkijjg
Bu5ij?ess.
Stean^sfyip Tickets arpd Farn?
Uoays.
Accounts of Corporations, Firms and
Individuals solicited upon the most- lib
eral terms consistent with good banking
18 North in
Hard Maple soap is always reliable and should
not be compared with other laundry soaps.
JOS. BOBLETER, P, E G. KOCH, V-
F. |¥&g? & Co.
CONTRACTORS
AND-
BUILDERS.
NEW ULM, jfnra.
We are again ready to take contracts
in our line and guarantee prompt and
good work. We feel that we need say
no more where we are so well known.
List your property with the Elliott
Land Co. for quick and prompt sales.
We have offices and representatives in
Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin and the Dako
tas. Information promptly given and
low R. R. fare on all roads. Call at the
office in the Ottomeyer Block.
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