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TOWN OF SIGEL.
Township 109, Range 31, lor the year 1877. S Waite part of ne 4 S% Ck Niedegger part of of nw and part of ne of sw 4*v33tf II Weimann part of of nw of ne 7 15 Manderfeld part of ne of ne 8 8% do do do [for 1875] 8 81/ Hubert Ross part of ne 4 of ne 8 ,,-y 8 W BI Boettger part of of nw 9 7Jf Ross part of of nw 9 SOJ^ CEbertsh ofseq 12 80 Niedegger und. of nw of BW 15 20 of sw 15 78 A Hillesheim und. of of se 21 40 Ch Niedegger nw of nw 22 40 Schroeder of ne q&ne of ne q28 120 Tauor und. of of ne 29 40 It Neumann lots 18,19, 20, 21 & 22 31 100# A Mix estate ne 32 160 Sarah Root ss 34 160 TOWN OP STARK Township 109, Range 32, for the year 187 Maria S Back of nw Horace Austin part of of ne Maria S Back John Gent Re of sw Jat Deneen part of of se of sw Humphry of nw Tath Deneen of nw Amazia Slocum 41 rods of sw 16 Jane Hunter 8 of ne qa of se qld John 0 Gent part of of nw and se. of nw 18 John Wiggltis part of of sw 18 E Sherman part of sw ofnw N S Miner A Bangs W W Miner part of of of nw of sw John Toomey part of ne of ne Sun-le part of of ne Albert Tuttle John Savage part of of ne S Bragg sw of ne and no of MW nw of se Oline Hackett part of nw of ne 21 Wm Home lot No 8 & neq of sw a 22 do do do [for 1876] 22 Shillock se of sw 24 se 21 swq 24 ne 25 nw 25 of se & se q'of se and lots 1 and 2 25 Franklin Gilman se 27 Glllman n" qof nw & of nW 2S Asa Jaques sw 34 DG Shillock lot No. 1 3fi 1 13 41 00 99 69 7S 78 10 65 40. 61X 80 80 80 160 87^ 18 18 18 1 2^ 'i* IS 19 IK 1 5 3X At 15 1 19 19 20 20 80 5 40 6 li0' 15 67* 12 do 9 40 5 160 160 160 100. 14 3-J 204tf 11 00 160 10 36 120 6 40 160 8 62 lotf. 1 18 Township 108, Range 35, for the year 1877. Ed Huber & Ch Showers ofnw q26 80 2 43 White, Stone & Co., Wholesale Dealer in Books, Paper AND STATIONERY, No. 87 East Third Str., St. Paul. Prompt and special attention ffiveu to orders by mail MANUFACTURER AND DEALER I N CIGARS, TOBACCOS, & PIPES: Minnesota street, next door to C. Sommer's Store. NEW ULM, MTNN. KIESLTSTGT, KELLER & Co. Carry the largest stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HATSANDCAPS, Boots & shoes, AND General Meretalise, OF ANY HOUSE WEST OF ST. PAUL. Are in constant receipt of NEW GOODS. A Large And Well Selected Stock Of Ladies' & Gents' Underwear, Our stock of Notions and Trimmings Is full, complete and marked afr low living profits We. earnestly request an examinatiot. before purchasingelsivhere. Kiesling, Keller & Co. Cor. Minn, and Centre Sts. New Ulm, Minn*. NEW E MEAT MARKET, tXP^ Next door to Pennsylvania House ^R NEW ULM, MINN. HOTTINGER&NUESSLE, Ppr's. -ALL KINDS OF FKESn MEATS, SAUSAGE, HAMS -v LARD and. everything that may be found in a FRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET constantly kept on hand. \r vrfVI A '^-'^ntif .^w i| JC 1 w^ ^f^fWf^^?- tightest RunnWS %%mi C. F. HELD, Undertaker and Dealer in ALL KINDS OF FDRNTTDSE. Proprietor and Manufacturer of THE FARMERS FRIEND CLAPPJBEOr& CO. WHOLEJS^IIE^IEWELERS, JL FUHJILI DEALERS!PLEASEDCALL FANNING MILL. The best fanning mill in the market. Store and Factory on Centre street, near City Mill. NEW ULM MINN M. MULLEN. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE IRON AND STEEL. FarmingTools AND BUILDING PAPER. Asient forw CAS E & SWE EF8AII 'THBE8HESS. Kirby, Wood, Wheeler and Buckeye REAPERS, and MOWERS, Furst if Bradley* ^HAY BAKES LINE OF AM1MCAS AM) FOKIICT^ATCHE! LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES! SEN FOR CATALOGUE WHEN IN THE CITY- ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT Affl CAREFUL ATTENTION. 161 State Street, OHIGAGO. mm nmm mm. Appointed to carry the Royal Belgian and U. S. Mails, sailing between .-iw FUBST S, BBADiSX, ^PLOWSI McSHEYRY SEEDERS Corner. Minn & Second, Sew Vim, North Sts W4 ANTWERP AND PHILADELPHIA ALTERNATELY EVERY TWELVE DAYS. AND The following New and Strictly First-Chis licnSta mi-hips fail in ILi line, viz: VADERLAND, NEDERLAND, RHYLAND SWITZERLAND, WESTER- LAND, BELGENLAND. The Steamers of this Line areof3,5C0 tons burden, have been specially constructed for the trade, with double bottoms and sides, and for the STRENGTH, SAFETY, SPEED and COMFORT are unsurpassed, and in their appointments and accommodations are not excelled by any Steamers afloat. Antwerp forms the shortest and most direct route to BELGIUM, SOUTHERN GERMANY, the NETIIERLANDS,AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND and ITALY, PETER WRIGHT SONS, Gen'l Agents, 307 Walnut str., Philadelphia, W. E. LAWRENE, Manager, 119 East Randolph str., Chicago, 111. Tickets for all classes to and from all points in Europe, via the Red Star and American Line, may be had of JOS. BOBLETER, New Ulm, Minn. t^VICTOR^ SAW 25 DOLLARS and more, by buying a machine that will last you a life time, and that has all the latest improvements. VICTOR SEWING MACHINE CO., 199 AND 201 WABASH AVE., [Liberal Terms to Agenta.] Send for Circular. Cor. AdamB St, Chicago, IV. NEW YORK *s & .D.Peterson. AGENT FOR THE WELL KNOWN AND ERLIABLE Will say I believe I am now better prepared tban ever before, to furnish my customers with machine's MOSI PBOPIJABLE and MORE DURABLE than anj' other in the market and will simply say* come and examim my line? of goods before purchasing elsewhere. My machines are FULLY WAKBAKTED/and sold at a LOW rate qlintejesJ^ A fulLsupyJy o^EPAIRS KEPT CONSTANTLY ON BAKU. 1 fe III jtJi -AT- H. H. Beussmann's Store. Post Office Block, Cor. Minn. &North Sirs., Kcw Ulm, Minn! There always will be found a full line of different kinds of FARMING MACHINES as, 'freshers, Self Binders, Harvesters, Reapers, Mowers, Horse Rakes Ma- chine Repairs Sulky, and other Plows Cultivators etc. etc Also a full Assortment of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel, Carpen ter & Farmer Tools, Guns & Sporting Goods, etc. etc. We invite all our Farmers and other friends to come and examine onr ma- chines, and other goods, before purchasing elsewhere. Our machines are all fully warranted, and will be sold at bottom prices. 0. Haiift, J. Fraiita, H. H. Beussmann. fm jawf *%te*- ,fc & 3 2^A Sin a I?*J -I ft Ha W 22^2 3 ftr 8 "S ft. $*' *h W 0 nitmiw ~.9H^. )-JtiB3tir rfjw