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Winona & St. Peter Bailroad.
Vaaeenger 7:50 p. m. 5:45 a.
1- re.ght 10:10 p. m- 7:00 a.
"Mar-ahull Accommodation 4:00 p. m. 7:05 a. m.
St. Paul & Sioux City Railroad.
To ST. PAULThrough mail and express triin
lsaTa S-'OUx at 10:IO p. m., St Peter nt 7:32 a.
ta., and arrives in St Paul at 11:10 a
JU malt ng cfarae connection w.th trains
*or Chicago and all eastern points. Accom
modation train leases St. J.iines at 9: (5 a. St.
reter at 1:05 p. m. andanwesin St. Paul at G:oO p. Spring has COllie! and With it a fine
To Sicox CITY Ma 1 and express tern e* St Piul
*t3:15p m.,St. Peter at 7-00 p. m. an i am* in
fcioux City at -l-Oi a. m. Accommodat on trun
loiucsSt Paul at 6:10 a.m., and arr ^esm St J..ine
Chicago, Clinton,M & Minn.
X-ia Crosse, "Wis.
*Joing South. Going North
3 .a Crosae. l.e.ne 12,48 p. m.
^bucno*^^ 'linto II oG
Clacago arr. am
nrnve3,43 p. m.
I,c iie 8,00 a m.
Arr 6 45
Leave 9,15 p. m.
Trains maked,30 close. connection at all i also be applied to the other
pays A our money, and takes important junctions, and between Du
buque and Chicago there are two daily
F. 0. WYATT, Gen. Supt.
To-day is the first day in bent.
Town elections next Tuesdaj.
What has ))ecome of F. M. Scroltbs?
The Ke\iew is getting to be quite a'
wit F. hcrobbs. Golden
'Ihe Marsh ill Me.*fnHi?r announces
that it will appear in an entirely ne
alress this week, in a enlarged form.
Young Ameiics, if you are in Avantof
marbles or balN, tiietitj DiugStore is
tlie jilace to get them.
The many friends of Jake lbersheler
AUII be glad to learn that he is sloAvly
reeoAering fiom his lecent seAeie
Send us the returns. Our triendsin
1 he country A\ill do us a favor by send
ing us the returns of next Tuesday's
C. F. Case, of the Marshall Messev-
i- r, has been appointed postmaster at
Marshall in place of \V. Colemann, re
We would call the attention of our
bankers to the notice ot the UroAvn
county Board of Audit, which appears
in another column.
Albert Rlanchard, Clerk of the court,
informs us that the special term of
ourt, which was to be held last .Saliu
day, has been postponed to hatuuhu
Tlie Redwood Falls Gazette says that
A. K. McCarty has -darted a stage lmei
between that IOAA and Rurns Station,
snaking the round trip in one day and
in close connection with trains.
Prof. Eckstein severely sprained an
ankle last Wednesday, but through the
very good care bestoAA ed upon him by
his female friends, the rapidity of his
i eeovery Avas most astonishing.
Judge Cox, who Avas to hold a special
term of court last Saturday, failed to ^fing
put in tui appearance, having been
railed to St. Paul to appear before the
investigating committee which has his
as in charge.
The County Commissioners met
yesterday, and as we go to press are
grain applications, of wliicli there
are 344, divided amongst the differ
f-nt towns as. follows:
Kilen Ho me
Linden ijeaven worth
Mullljrin Vew IJlm
Mardi-GraaYesterday was given tip
to some extent to King Carnival. In
the af ternon there was a street proces
sion and in the evening Masquerade
balls were given at Turner and Arbeit
er halls, both of which were well
We would once more call the atten
tion of our readers to the auction no
tice of John II, Manderfeld, which ap
pears in another column. The auction
will take place next Saturday, com
mencing at 10 a. in. Here is an op
portunity to procure live stock and
fainting implements at a bargain, and
any one want of anything in that
line shmild not fail to attend.
lot of spring goods, which have been
rt cf .i vecl
When going to ."southern or eastern hair oils and perfumery allot* which
Iowa, St. Louis, Chicago or any partoi will be sold at either wholesale or re-
Illinois take the tail at bottom figmes.
bv Jos. Bohleter. The assort
comprises bird cages, croquet
jsets, marbles, baseballs, boys'
I fishing tackle, fishing poles, baseball
I bats, line toilet soaps, pocket books
\MHI purses, combs, and a fine line of
I ~V?e take particular pleasure in calling
the attention of our readers to the
three large, new adveitisements which
appear on second page. All of the
parties are men of known responsibili
ty, and our farmers and others needing
anything in their line will be sure to
receive good goods, at ah IOAV figures as
the same articl" can be obtained an\-
where else. What can be said of one.
This time it is our sp.cia correspond-!!,ovveve
on that lm4.
They say that ttielr CiOthinc will -ill bt
NEW STYLE OK SPRIXO HAT.The new
style of spring hats for women don't
have no back or front. It will be a
slip of pasetboard trimmed with all the
flowers and lace her husband can afford,
and fastened to her ears by hinges, so
that she can flop it back or forward to
meet any variations in the style.
H'" da passing i
the familiar prairie schoonersh.ma\ be
1 ictorial puper. through our streets, liound Ascst. Tlie' ffrain, ic is necessary for the owner
in next issue croAvded every da\ from morning un- with the router AVhen the gram is
til night with persons inquiiing foi delivered
:M'\ eial tarmers in this A icinitA com- rOVernment lands.
menced hoAving wlieat last week. i"" _-_^___^_ _ I
The Aveather the past week hah been
just lovelv for sugar making.
We hear it rumored that another sosuddenh, thar it is impossible lor
levitor AAIII be built heie the I
publish th letters of
Gate. failed to comofto time
^.....,,.i i! ,,i,:n,, h.auness o. tochn^ between Hiissii and Kngl ind
this and id]oaiing counties the coming LIS-IKNKII and
summer, are already beirimfing to ir-|
rive. Every train that firrive.s j,s crowd
ed A A ith persons looking torv
We have made arrangements to plare
another column of ad's, page
which will again giv S
space for local matterelleWe.o"nou^re..usuao,\j are bound Fr. Koehne and J. Andersen, of
gne our leader,sl.ethei.r mouej's worth, i Sleepv I've, gx\c us a pleasant call
if Ave have.!tio increase the size of oar SundA.
advice our Lone Tree Lake friends to last week to put chase a new stock of
send to St. Peter foi new attorneys and I
then re-coiiAene the court that "latelv!"
Sleepy Eye Jottings.
Christ Emerich has built an addition, very good diy for traveling men either. I
to his hotel.
Our merchants are laying in their!
Anderson and is going east in a short'
J. P. Rertrand, who latelv opened a
mence \or on the lied wood Falls
branch at an eailv dav.
spring stock. I vas in our city Thursday. Mr. Ander
sou reports that sinew hardware store
V, in. Robinson has sold out to P. hl
harness shop here, has already built up! become the county seat, and there is
quite a business. no question hnt Avbat the energetic
'business men it contains Avill make
Preparatums are being made to com-
"ve them in our midst
John A.White and lady returned!
fromt their eastern trip last Friday. I
great1^ "American Comedy Theat
ricall, Troupe" will giAre
of Sleep Eye Saturda
tj March 16th. The troupe is!
composed of home talent and should
receive due encouragement. For par
ticulars see bills.
FireA close callMurfin Bros.
store A A as discoA'ered to be on fire at
about nine o'cloc Mondav
^inguisnedk before mucevening, dam
age Avas done It seems that the fire
originated from a stoA*e-pipe running
through the floor from the cellar.
Lone Tree Lake Correspondence.
"Pulldown your A'est," an.1 AVait till] ThWplneeofnotordty isritnatedin the town of
t- *i V\ wouuilL 1M1 411 De and ornament themselveB withficleaves.
of theUtogtciu. nleivt with CItt _. f_
FKIWIA UV 25,1878. i
Editor Review:''''&*%* **-P
rew ready to pluck the forbidden fruit
Th"rearet^-odl'n*sJoC9td herei aud they are
great cause of reformation that they even forget to
take their meals. One of them tried the forma
tion policy by introducing hinmelf as the principal
attorney in the breach ot promise suit Lrtelj held
here. He worked for the defendant, one uf the niG*t
notorious "chap's' we haveever met. Alter receiv.
ing all the compensation that his client had prom
used him, lie lett him in the lui ch. '1 here are v.u iotw
opinions as to the cause, but none ha\ yet satis
factorily solved the problem.
There are other things of importance to the pub.
lie transpiring here. Among them an occurrence of
a tall, green looking fellow, soliciting the company
of a fair dainM'l to a temperance lectuie, but re
ceived the 'mitten'* on account ot the e
cotton, lie saj that it is worse than tailing out
ol the wagon.
Our tenor singer is on the mend, his heart is be
ginning to beat quite reul.ir again. He thinks
it his preoent scholar mean in his select school)
is attentive, and he t.w procure a ti-w more bottles
of I J's. relief, that his \oIce will be softer and he
Mr. Jerome Hewitt was imrried to Miss Mary
Hewitt last week, in presence ot a large number of
MARCH id. 1876. S
AH I fee tint there is a denr'h of correspondence
from Lone- Tree, 1 thought 1 would drop vou a lew
liness. We are a qu.mdarj in tin* locihtj to know
who "C." is, or "Obsei rf\" at we see in youi last
-Some lew think its Miss but moieare cer
tain th it it is Mr aided bj th it tair and
sweet charmer Mrs ."i ou ask. "is she married? I
answer, if -,he is not he ought to be b\ the baith
thrown out, as their hemts beat so much in umsou
ot 1 ite
Will some one please start the hymn of Sweet By ,-v
and By/ 1 piesume th- congiegation are familiar V/X bATUEDAY
with it. And then ou will hear tint sweet
was a solemn scene' the deithof 2\cbuchidne//ir west New
our wagon-mastei-i, fevonte mule. But our critic
.seems \er happj litelj. AW hear his melodi .us SCHDed articles:
oicestieaming forth in mulish notes- th-t familiar' 3
cents. '-I am pining I am pining etc
appropnate to start the familial piece,
*h ill the har\ et-t he
Bj the way, we hive a peisonage foicudin our
midst, by an overruling ProMdence whose first
business seems to betoscand.il, secondly, to attend
to the wants of the weklj cistern, thirdH to "bull-
do.ee'' the couuiiunit in geneiai, fourthly to do
woik which ''Oil .Nich" lnnLsel" would turn his
back upon, and titthly, he stops, peiplexcd at what
the de\ il he '11 do ne\t, (unless hu draws his sal.u
I our fuend Jj'ke presents a rough and rugced ex
tenoi as usual, andswcaishc wil never be bull-
't dozed into fores ikmg tobacco
Cipt Tuckf 1 has formed serenadm1
I is pronounced a grand successtor mowing brush,
I said to be tlio fleetest on toot of anjm 111 the
Ilie foierunners or the urge influx hngotfee. hwtaishewdint%ci,tbuj anv i JO!I\ IIR\Y 1HWDERFFIJ).
of immigrants, that will s-ek homes ill ,oll
for ChrWnr ^ca^ion, as canst,
i*|o the land to sign the contract
The three large advertisements which "SI. IT. Gamble, of SprmgfiHd, gave
appesu- on secondepage droppe-Listener'
-M."1iromwoulde Lon Tree Lake.
we be to do so.
in on us us a pleasant call last Thurs l.u.
Hon. K. H. Hilling, of Linden, AWIS
in town yesterday
V.-IT. Ross couple ofe days
departed for th east
in RedAvood Falls
W. X. Olin. of the Northfiel I Mail.
a pleas.intlastlAveek. cal MondaA.
had "that" breach of i.vmi^ _-Geo.Skelton. of Lamberton. passed
through our city Monday on his way to!
and fight it out. ""'w i n.
Iowa to bm horses.
o) commercial traveling men A\*ere\r .,T
ir. city last Sunday, registered at
the different hotels as folloAvs: Dako
|ta House 1A. Merchants' Hotel 11
Pennsylvania House 3 and it AVMS n't a
Toh Anderson, of th linn of'
& Anderson of Walnute Station
toAAii.!| others going into, organizedcontemplatStatio
Walnucounty business there. the of Sum-}
good tosux of it i Cook
Christ. departed for Wal photographk gallery
mor has it that Mr. 'ook is about to
join the temperance league, and that
he takes nothing stronger than
"Pop(p)" noAAadays. Mr. Cook is ac
companied by his brother. Avho sa
that he is glad that K. J. is about to
II. Ackenliausen. agent for Meine
cke&Co.. importers and jolibers ot
toys, fancy goods, yankee notions," and
manufacturei of willow Avare and
childrens carriage*?, Mihvankee, "Wis
spent Saturday and Sunday in our city.
Meinecke & Co. is a first class house,
and our merchants favoring them with
their ordera Avill be sure to receive good
goods at bottom figures.
Notice to Banks or Bankers.
Proposals of banks or bankers for
depositing the county funds of the
county of Brown Avith such bank or
banks will be received by the Board
of Audit of Brown county Minn., on
the 18th day of March 1878. It must
be stated in such proposals Avhat se
curity will be given to the county for
depositing the un.ls of the county, and
what rate of interest ou the monthlv
ao araibftiotrs ro gain DUtprteQr and Wrw 5tra on the' b.V&UCeS Of tlie amount 0 deposited,
upon condition that said funds with
accrued interest shall be held subject
to dratt and payment at all times on
By order of said Board of Audit of
Brown Co., Minn.
New Ulm, February 26.1878.
Sec. Board of Audit.
Brown Co. Minn.
OF MINNESOTAPOUVTV oF
BROWNss. Distiiet Court, Ninth
Willi m Day, Anni Day and human C. Gilbert.
The state ot Minnesota to the above named De
You 'ire hereby summoned and required to ans
wer the complaint ot the Plaintiff' in the ahoic en
titl action, which is filed in the othce of the Clerk
of the Distr.c-t Couit of the n.nth Judi- lal District,
in and for the County of Brown and to nerve a copy
of your answer to said Complaint on the subsciib
er, at his office, in the City of Ne Ulm, in said
County, ltlun ~0 days, nttei the service ot tins sum
mons upon you, exclusn ot the daj of such ser
vice and if ou fill to answer the said Complaint,
ltlun the time aforesaid, the Pl-iintift'in this action
will apply to the Couit for the rcliet demanded in
Dated, ^cw L'lm. Minn., February 1st. IS7S.
B. F. WEBBER, Plaintiffs Attorney.
strtm. "I am twining, I am twining," etc whilst
the husband ot the fair ch timer sinsc* in doleful ac- I years old: 2 Yearling Colts: 1 1 COAVS
tAVO six flld OHO Seven
-1 1 11
4 heifers yearling* 1 young bull
1 hog 1 yoke of oxen, se\'en years
old 1 double and one single Avagon
1 seeder 2 plows 1 breaking plow 1
Marsh harvester 1 mower: 1 sulkey
hay-rake 1 fanning mill 2 harrows,
2 sleighs 2 shovel plows, and other
farming implements. 15 tons of hay,
also a lot of household furniture.
TERMS: Amounts less than $10.,
CASH Larger amounts,y oneottered,s year'
hi.skindiv tumMied hithu.g a recrmt-! cJeclit. Avhen goo securit is
us to state that in cases where ren-
iiK-i a IA IULHI *^ii/
KEEP MDE OM AT HOME
Bj patronuinc: homo institutions -A\"e grow ou
ow seeds-, and know what we aie selling.
AVe do not place seeds on commission, and art
not empclied to resell ol 1 seeds jeir after jen
We t 11 direct, hctlicr we make a holesale or re
Stock tiue to minefroHh and rel.able.
Wt contiol the ciitue stock of need o! the Minne
sota Karh Amber Sug.ii Cane.
Ask im mtrchant for our seeds. If he does not
keep them, order duert from us, and Ave will de
lic tnein at ou Expiess or Post-office at rogular
pru I at dogue flee to all applicants
HOLLISTEIt, CARTER & 0.,
hT. VAVl,, MfiJflS.
Jl VXUF VC1LREK S. I)K VLLH IN
eet. eet, ect
will CIGAR ST
it Avill be remembered established a
nut Station, last Friday, where he pur-' B.m about a year ago i sjiend- E W ULM
ports goinAnderson into the lumber business,-i jug a few days with friend here ISu
Fpholstery and all custom work
pertaining to my business promptly
MANrFVCURER AXI) DEALER I
Minnesota street, next door to C.
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
Canned, Dried and Green Fruit.
FLOU AND FEED,
STONTJ, WOODEJ AVD "WILLOW "WARE.
Minn. St., New Ulm, Minn.
Proprietor of the.
New Ulm Machine, Wagon, Smith
& PAINT SHOPS,
Cor. Minn. & 3d N Sts., Kew Ulm.
I am prepared to do all kinds of work
in my line on short notice. Repairing
of Threshers and Reapers a specialty.
My machinery is all new and of im
proved pattern, and only experienced
workmen are employed. A new paint
shop has lately been added. NGAA#
ons, continually on hand.
7^ ALL WORK AVARRAVTED
THF CWICAQO NOR1 H-W F^TKR.V RAILWAY
Einbracea under one n^Mingeinent the Great Trunk
Railway Lines ot the WIST and NORTH.
AV'fcST, ond, with its numerous Branchce
and connections, lonn* the thoitvst
and cunckeht route between CHICAGO and
till the points in ILLINOIS, AVISCONSIJ* NORTHE RN
MicHioAjr, MIKNESOTA. IOWA, NEBRASKA. CALI-
FORNIA and the AVKSTERX TERRITORIES. Its
Omaha and California Line
I" the shortest and best route between CHICAOC
and all points in NORTHERN
1 ILLINOIS. low A DA-
KOTA, NEBRASKA. AVYOIUINO, COLORADO, UTAH,
NEVADA, CALIFORNI A, OREGON, CHINA AT AN.
AND AUbTRALIA. ltd
Chicago, St. Paul Minneapolis Line
or the shortest line between CHICAGO and all points
in NORTHERN AVISCONSIN and MINNESOTA, ami
Ifs MADISON, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLI S. UULL
and all points in the Gieat Noithwest. Its
La Crosse, Winona St. Pater Lint
Is the best route between CHICAOO and A CRCSSK,
WINONA, ROCHESTER, OWAONNA. MANKAIO. S-I
PETER, NEW ULM and and all points in Southeri
nd Central Minnehota. Its
Green Bay $ Marquette Line
Is the only line between CHICAGO and JANESV LK
AVATERTOWN, FOND JJU LAC. OHHKOBH. APII
TON.OREEN BAT. ESCANABA, I\JTUAI,NKK, AIAR
quETTE. HOUOKIO N, lIA^c'och. ami the 1 A.ir
Freeport Dubuque Lie
Is the onlv line between CitCAGOind, nn\ \ior\
voru, I'KLUORI, and all points 1:1 J- it-t
Chicago Milwaukee Line
Is the old Lake Shore Route, and it, the only one
passing between CHICAGO and KVANSION. LAK E:
FORFS T, HIGHLAND PARK, AVAVIKFOAN, RACING,
KENOSHA and MILWAUKEE.
Pullman Palace Drawing Room Cars-
are run on all throuph trains en this road.
This n. the ONLY LINK running these tars
between Chicapo and St. Paul and Minneapolis
Chicago ami Milw nnkee, Chicago and AV'inona, oi
Chicago and Green Baj
Close connections are made at Chicago with the
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Michigan Central,
Baltimore & Ohio, Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne 4. Chicago.
Kankakee Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all
point* EAST and SOUTH-EAST, and with the Chi
cago and Alton and Illinoise Central fo all points
Close connections are also made with the Union
Pacific R. at Omaha tor allfarA\rest
Close connections made at junction points witl
trams ol all IONS points
Tickets o\e i this ioute are sold by all Coupon
Ticket Agents in the United States and Canadas
Remember, yon ask for jour Ticket via the
Chicago 4. North-AVestern Railwaj, and take none
New Aork Ofhce. No. 415 Broadw aj Boston Of.
tice No. 3 State Stieet Omaha Office 215 Foi nham
titet San Francisco Office, 2 New Montgomery
Mreet Chicago '1 icket offices, 62 Clark Street ink*
Mu.rm.in Hoiie 7" Canal, i-orner. Madison Street
Kni7ie Street Depot corner A\ Kin/ie ind Canal
Street-: A\ tils Street Djpot, corner AV tils and Kin
/ie St i eet s.
For rates orin'ormation not attainable from your
home ticket agents, applj to
Cen. Pass. Ae't, Chicago pen. Manc'r, Chicago.
A\.II STENN'ETT, MARA IN HUGH1TT,
ANOTER REDUCTION IN FARE
The Saint Paul & Sionx City,
Sionx City & Saint Paul
Will celebrate the coming in of the
New Year by a general reduction of lo
cal ticket fares Irom Fire Cants to
Four Cents, per mile on all illusions of
their roads, to take effect January 1st.
It appenrsfrom the official reports in
the Railio.ul Commissioners office that
these companies in more than twelve
years operation haA'e never killed oi
injure I am passenger or lost a piece of
baggage. Their express trains are
equipped A\ ith the Miller platforms, and
in CA er thing, pertaining to the safety
and comfort of passengers, and to reg
ular speed and connections, are not ex
celled by any in the country.
MANUFACTI RER AVD DEALER I.\
Harness, Collars, Saddles*.
S'-tddlery Blankets, Whips,
etc. *tc etc.
T'pholstery and all custom Avork per
t-iiuing to iy business prompt!) at
Minn. St. opposite Union House.
New llm, Minu.
C. STUEBE Propr.
Al^rge supply of fresl r.r.nts, e'nmpi
lird ttc. etc. conot^nt'j on h.md. A!Lorl(fl
the Cooutry promptly attenred tc
CASH PAID FORHIDF5.
Str. X-w Vim, Minn
SAMPLE ROO & BILLIABD HALL,
gy, 'pi BA8EMESTT 0*^ Jg^
The best of Vines, Liquors anfl Ci?
irs constaatly Kept on hand. *f
laais FlkeJ, Pr^r