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St. Paul & Sioux City R. R.
Sioux City & St. Paul R. R.
Worthington & Sioux Falls R.R.
THE OLD RELIABLE
SIOUX CITY ROUTE
The People's Favorite Line,
BET WEEK
MINN ESOTA
AKD
NEBRASKA, COLORADO,
CALIFORNIA,
Missouri, Kansas and Texas.
First-Class in all its {AppointmentsElegant
Sleeping Coaches, Miller Platforms, Westinghouse
Automntic Air Brakes, and all the approved appli
ances for
SPEED, SAFETY, and COMFORT.
Ten Hours Time and Hundreds of
Miles Distance Saved, by
taking this Route.
For Through Tickets, Time Tables, or other in
formation, apply to your Local Agent, or to the
General Ticket Agent. St. Paul.
Trains pass Kasota Station as follows
Going' East.
St. Paul Express 7:40 a.m. St.Paul necom. 12:45 p.m.
Golnr West.
Omaha Express 7:07 p. m. Worthington accommo
dation 12:45 p. m.
J. W.' Bishop, G. F. Lincoln,
Gen. Manager, Supt.
W. H. Dixon, General Ticket Agent.
C. & N. W.
LINES.
THE CHICAGO fc NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY
Embraces under one management the Great Trunk
Railway Lines of the WEST and NORTH
WEST, and, with its numerous Branches
and connections, forms the shortest
and quickest route between CHICAGO and
all the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NORTHERN
MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, IOWA, NEBRASKA, CALI
VORN IA and the WESTERN TERRITORIES. Its
Omaha and alifornia Line.
Us the shortest and best route between CHICAOC
and all points in NORTHERN ILLINOIS, IOWA, DA-
KOTA, NEBRASKA, WYOMING, COLORAIJO, UTAH,
NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, OREGON, CHINA, JAPAN
AND AUSTRALIA. Its
Dhicago, St. Paul Minneapolis Line
W the shortest line between CHICAOO and all pointt
In NORTHERN WISCONSIN and MINNESOTA, and
Tfg MADISON, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH
wed ail points in the Great Northwest. Its
La Crosse, Winona $ St. Peter Line
Is the best route between CHICAGO and A CROSSE.
WINONA. ROCHESTER, OWAONNA, MASKATO, ST.
PETER, NEW UI.M and and all points in Sou then
nnd Central Minnesota. Its
Green Bay Marquette Line
Is the only line between CHICAGO and JANEBVILLX
WATERTOWN, FOND LAC, OSHKOSH. APPLE
ITON.GREENBAY. KSCANABA, NEOAUNEE, MAR
O.UETTE, HOUGHTON, HANCOCK and the LAKI
(^SUPERIOR COUNTRY. Its
Freeport df Dubuque Line
I the only line between CHCAGO and, ELGIN, ROCK-
irorD, KREEPOR T, and all points via Freeport. Its
Chicago $ Milwaukee Line
Is the old Lake Shore Route, and is the only one
passing between CHICAGO and KvANSION, LAKE
TOREST, HIGHLAND PARK, WAUKEOAN, RACINE,
KENOSHA and MILWAUKEE.
Pullman Palace Drawing Room ars
are run on all through trains on this road.
This is the ONLY LINE running these cars
between Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis
Chicago and Milwaukee, Chicago and Winona, or
Chicago and Green Bay
Close connections are made at Chicago with the
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Michigan Central,
Baltimore & Ohio, Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago,
Kankakee Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all
points EAST and SOUTH-EAST, and with the Chi
cago and Alton and Illinoise Central fo all points
SOUTH.
Close connections are also made with the Union
Pacific R. R. at Omaha for all far West points.
Close connections made at junction points witr
trains of all cross points.
Tickets ovei this route are sold by all Coupor.
Ticket Agents in the United States and Canadas.
Remember, you ask for your Ticket via the
Nbicago & North-Western Railway, and take none
4Tew York Office, No. 415 Broadway Boston Of
5 State Street Omaha Office 245 Farnham
iSan Francisco Office, 2 New Montgomery
.'Chicago Ticket offices, 62Clark Street, "ndei
House 75 Canal, corner, Madison Street
Street Depot, corner W. Kinzie and Canal
Wells Street Dapot, corner Wells and Kin
iets. ates or information not attainable from your
!*'?ticke agents, apply to
(KI/p
A,
it
.ii
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nS8 Ag't, Chicago. Gen. Manp'r, Chicago.
W^'fSTENNETT, MARVIN HUGHITT,
ota
Vinona & St. Peter Railroad.
QloxifcTCr E-A-sar.
ARRIVE. DEPART.
Day Passenger *7,45 p.m. *6,10 a.m
Night Pass'ger J9,00 a.m. t4,30p.m
QOXXTG "WEST.
ARRIVE DEPART.
Gary Accom...*4:10 p. m. *9 20 a. m.
Bedi^wd Acc.*4:40 p. m. *8:00a. m.
Exept Sun. Except Mon. Ex
cept Sat.
W^en going to southern or eastern
lowaf, st. Louis, Chicago or any part of
nSuM take the
Chicago, Clinton,D iik p&
at
Xiia Crosse, "Wis.
TIME TABLE.
Going South.
L* Arouse, Leave 12y#8p. m.
"CHntton Mi* ii
Chicago arr. 6,30 am.
Going North.
arrive 3,43 p. m.
Leave 8,00 a. m.
Arr. 6,45
Leave 7,00
Leave 9,15 p.
drains make close connection at all
important junctions, and between Du
bucjue and Chicago there are two daily
t*a*nx
F. 0. WYATf, Gen. Supt.
1
I*ltwq#, town.
CENTRE STREET
Sale and Feed Stable,
ANTO N BREY A Proprietor.
Centre Street, Xew Ulm, Minn.
I would respectfully announce to the people of
New Ulm and vicinity that I have opened a first
class Livery, Sale and Feed Stable, at MCarty's old
stand, on Centre street, and that I nm fully prepared
to furnish good livery teams with top or open bug
gies or easy wagons on short notice.
ANTON BREY.
C. WAGNER
DEALER I N ALL KINDS O
Furniture
Pictures, Frames, Mouldings
and Children's Carriages.
Singer Sewing machine $35.00
New Davis $35.00
Wheeler & Wilson $35.oO
Machines sold on time or monthly
payments. MINNESOTA ST,, NEW ULM, MINN.
C. F. HELD,
Undertaker and Dealer in
ALL KINDS O FURN1T1E.
Proprietor and Manufacturer of
THE FARMERS FREUD
FANNING MILt.
The best fanning mill in the market.
Store and Factory on Centre street,
?ar City Mill.
NEW ULM, MINN.
ne
Fred. Boock,
Proprietor of the
New Ulm Machine, Wagon, Smith
& PAINT SHOPS,
Cor. Minn. & 3d N. Sts., New Ulm.
I am prepared to do all kinds of work
in my lin^ 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. New Wag
ons continually on hand.
ALL WORK WAKRANTKD
Kit. BOOCK.
J. B. Arnold,
Dealer in
COOKING & HEATING STOVES
HARDWARE,
Tin-ware & Farming Implements.
The shop is in charge of an experienced hand
.who gives the mending and repairing of tin-ware
his special attention. All work warranted.
Comer of Minn, and 2d North Streets.
New Vim Minn.
M. MULLEN.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
SHELF & MM HARDWARE
IRON'AND STEEL.
FarmingTools
AND
BUILD1KG PAPER.
Agent for
CASE & SWEEPSTAKE THRESHRS.
Kirby, Wood, Wheeler and Buckeye
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
Fur st $ Bradley
HAY RAKES
FVRST S, BRADLEY
PLOWS,
McSHEYRY SEEDERS
Corner. Win & Seconal North Sts
Nw Vim, Minn.
HEW DIM MEAT MARKET,
Q^p" Next door to Pennsylvania House .^Q
XEW ULM, MINN.
Paul Nuessle Proper.
ALL KINDS O
FRESH MEATS,
SAUSAGE,
HAMS,
"LARD and, -t,
everything that may he found in a
FRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET
constantly kept on hand. .r
Ornamental hair jewelry,, such as
charms, chains, pins, ear-rings, brace
lets, rings and all kind* of solid work,
promptly made to order. Combings
50 cents an ounze.
MRS. K. PICKER,
Centre Str. New Ulm, Minn.
CENTRE STREET
SAMPLE ROO & BILLIAED
I N BASEMENT OF
ZKIIeslingr's Slocls:.
The best of Wines, Liquors and Ci
gars constantly kept on hand.
Louis Felkel. Prop'rt
BURG
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER I N
CIGARS,
TOBACCOS, &
PIPES.
Minnesota street, next door to C.
Sommer's Store.
NEW ULM. MINN.
Talbot &Rinke
Dealers in
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, READY
MADE CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES AND
GENTS UNDERWEAR,
NOTIONS, TRIMMINGSr
&c. &c. &c. &c. &c
Highest market price paid ftp
arm produce.
Sleepy Eye, Minn.
MORRISSON, FLUHER &.Co,
WHOLESALEl
DRUGGISTS
DEALERS IN
Faints, Oils,Varnishes,Brushes
Lubricating Oils.
Highest market price paid for
Ginseng Root.
52 & 54 Lake Street, CHICAGO, Ins.
White,Stone & Co.,to
Wholesale Dealer in
Books, Paper
AND
SATTIONERY,
No. 87 East Third Str., St. Paul.
Prompt and special attention
giveu to orders by mail
SEWING MACHINES
NSW MODEL
II AS
AUTOMATIC TENSIONS,
ELECANT WOODWORK,
AND RUNS LIKE A TOP.
NO CAMS, NO GEARS, NO SPRINGS,
AND NO NOISE.
This BEST Machine
Can be sold at Hard Times Prices.
INSIST UPON SEEING Ep.
Circulars and Price-Lists on application,to
WEE S. M. Co.,
FOB SALE
v. fe J.v
~MZ*
:J^Vfoi*iaa3^^ few!
)HAIR WORK.
HALLwho
WM. H. KIESLINO.
H. KELLER.
CHICAGO III
S EL Peterson,
New Vln* Minn.
H. WERRING,
DEALER I N
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots & Shoes
GROCERIES,
Medicines & Fanning Implements.
AI Golden Gate, Minn.
Tlighest market price paid for produce
t'.v& 7SVSC-. \J'Sis*&-dw.
Laydies & Bents
UNDERWEAR
NOTIONS &
Tr innings
White Swan
Unlaundried
SHIRTS*
and General
MercHandise.
JL,
HIGHEST Market price
paid for ^-.4^i#^
Produce.
%iy-
everylfather who loves his
boys--every father who has
no boys--revery young: man
is not a fatheiv-rinasfact
every man and boy,* beu, he
rich or poor, high or
lowr
tall or short, fat or lean, all
who have not been, and?all
who have been should go a-
gainto
CHEAP CHAELEY,
the POOR MANS' FRLEND
and buy suits, buy Over
coats, buy anything ever
worn by man or boy, at
manufacturers prices and
save middle men's profits.
We manufacture all the
clothing sold by us in our 14
Branch Stores and are able
give you
Bood Snits from $4.00 to 7.00 All Wool Suits $8.00 to 12.00
Over-Goats from $2.50 to 4.75 All wool Beaver Over-Coats from
5.50 to 12.00. Ghhwhilla Overcoats firam $5.00 to $10.
Calf Boots from $2.50 to 4.25. Ladies' Shoes from 15 ots. to $1.85
BUFFALO OOATS AND ROBES AT REMARKABLE
LOW PRICES.
Ladies CloaJ&s ftonci$SBOto 1C
Ladies Furs from $SS5 to4.SO--
All other Goods will Snit the Lew Wheat Price.
Call and examine our stock,
And be convinced that you can save from 20. to $25.
BY BUYING OF
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CORmnuGEi
ts
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uiififi' iftiWillithjifrr.
HEAP OHABLBT,
Ziesling Eeller & Co,
DEALERS I N
DRY GOODS,GROCERIES
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
i smniw
mz
R. KIESLINR.
J. H(ERSCHELEO.
ULM, MINNS
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