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THE CITT COUNCIL.—Council met
iMt Saturday evening, all the members
The matter of laying out the alley in
bloek 43 was considered, and the pro
test of Chas. Betcber read, and Coun
cilman Seeback moved to confirm the
report. The motion was carried, those
voting in the affirmative being Messrs.
Carlson, Simmons and Sweney nega
tive, Messrs. Sterrett and Seeback.
The report of the Street Commis
sioner and Surveyor'in regard to grad
ing 5th street was read and accepted,
and the street ordered to be graded in
accordance with the profile and grade
presented by them.
It was ordered that West avenue be
graded from the centre of 3d street to
the south side of 9th street alley in
accordance with profile and grading of
the City Surveyor and Street Commis
Councilman Sweney gave notice that
at the next regular meeting he should
move that the stone sewer be extended
from Plum street along the north line of
block on 4th street to Jordan creek,
thence across 4th street to the south line
of block 27.
The gas bills for March and April
were read and ordered paid. For street
lamps the bill for each month was $72.
50 for police office and Council room,
March $6.40, April $5.50.
Petition of A. Miller and others for
opening a street between Bush and
South Park street was referred, the
committee to negotiate for purchase of
the right of way.
Petition of Win. Eisenbrand and
others for grading 8th street between
Bush and East avenue was read and
granted survey ordered.
Petition of P. Sandford and others
for grading Dakota street between 3d
and 5th was referred.
The City Marshall was instructed to
notify the owner of the building on lot
8, block 27, in the fire limits, to remove
from the building and not occupy it as a
On motion of Councilman Simmons,
the license for sale of liquors, ale and
beerwas unanimously fixed at $100 per
year. Thus after the first of June
there will be but one grade of license.
Council adjourned to meet on Mon
day evening, May 29th.
OF THE meteor, which was observed
here on last Wednesday night and which
those who saw it assert exploded close
by, the St. Paul Pioneer-Press, &c
People on the street at half past 10
o'clock on Wednesday night were star
tled by the sudden appearance of an illu
minating body greatly resembling a
large rocket, which passed rapidly from
the south to the north, traveling hori
zontally at an apparent height five hun
dred feet from the ground. The mete
or presented the appearance of a great
body of fire, emitting sparks in all direc
tions during its transit, and leaving a
long tail or streamer of lighter hue in its
wake. The luminous streamer was vis
ible for some ten minutes after the
bursting of the main body, and gradual
ly changed its shape from a nearly
straight to a curved line, rising slowly
upward until it finally disappeared alto
Major Ames, Chief of Police Munger,
and other gentleman who had the pleas
ure of seeing and admiring the beautiful
phenomonon assert positively that the
meteor produced a whizzing sound in its
passage and that a muffled explosion
•occured immediately preceding the dis
appearance of the meteor, but astrono
men assert that the sound is more ap
parent than real, or in other words, is
purely imaginary, as the luminous bod
ies travel at such a height above the
«arth that any sound which might be
produced in their ,rapid transit from
point to point in the upper ether, would
not be discernible on the earth's surface
The same meteor, or one just like it,
is said to have been seen at the same
hour by parties in Winona. In each
instance it disappeared so suddenly that
those who were watching it supposed it
had bursted in their view and was ex
tinguished by the explosion. As lor
the assertion that such bodies do notvis.
make a perceptible noise ia their flight,
because of their great distance from the
earth, it is sheer nonsense. They fre
quently not only approach the earth,
but come in contact with it as, for in-
stance, the celebrated meteoric stone of
Tennessee, and the vast mass of matter
known as "lightning strike," in Dakota
THE following is the programme for
the Sunday School Convention to be
held at Zumbrota on next Tuesday and
Wednesday, June 6th and 7th.
Tuesday afternoon, June 6th, 2
o'clock, Praise and Prayer, 2.15 o'clock,
Organization and other business 2.30,
Through love to the Master, devotion to
the work, Rev. C. A. Ruddock, E. A.
Sargent 3 o'clock, import-ince of pa
rental attendance at the Sabbath
School, RevT. A. Newton, A. Bucholz:
3.30 o'clock, duty of the S. S. worker
outside the school, Rev J. Finney.
M. Anderson 4 o'clock, Prayer for
the Sunday School 4.15 o'clock, Sun
day School lesson for June 11th, Rev.
S. H. Barteau. Tuesday evening, 7.30
o'clock, difficulty meeting and remedies,
'managed by Rev. J. A. Satchwell.
Wednesday forenoon, June 7th, 8.30,
devotional exercises led by Rev. Mr.
Barkaloo 9.30, o'clock value of the S.
S. Concert, W. A Oner 9.45 o'clock,
preparation and responsibilities of teach
ers, S. A Winsor, M. L. Webb: 10.15
o'clock, readiness for labor, Mrs. Chaun
cey Hobart, B. G. Kinney 10.45
o'clock, ought temperance work to have
a place in the S. S., I. C. Stearns,
Lewis Johnson 11.45 o'clock, Bible
reading, M. Lewis 11.45 o'clock,
question drawer 12 o'clock, Adjourn.
Wednesday afternoon, 2.30 o'clock,
invocation of God's blessing upon the
work, led by A Stoddard 2.45 o'clock,
hints upon infant class teaching and
class exercise, Mrs. S. H. Barteau 3.15
o'clock, men labor for rewards. What
do we seek? E. W. Brooks, A Bar
rett 3.45 o'clock, reports of Committees
and business 4 o'clock, praise meeting
with closing words.
THE patrons of husbandry, or, as
they are more familiarly called, the
grangers, have made preparations on
an extensive scale for the accommoda
tion of members of their order during
the exhibition. A tract of land at Elm
station, on the Philadelphia road, about
four miles and a half from the centen
nial grounds, has been secured, and
arrangements have been made with the
railroad company by which passengers
are to be conveyed to and from the
grounds from this localitity for fifteen
cents around trip or ten cents one way.
Wooden buildings have been erected
capable of accommodating 2,400 peo-
le, the tariff of prices have been
a fifty cents for every meal, and
fifty cents for a night's lodging. For
persons who desire to spend the day at
the centennial grounds, but who may
not care to go to the restaurants in the
grounds, lunches will be prepared.
The buildings are located upon high
grounds, with a number of springs and
fine trees in the vicinity. The build
ings each contain ninety-two rooms,
forty-six on each side of a broad corri
dor. The rooms are twelve by eight
feet and the doors all open on the corri
dor, light and air being admitted by
numerous windows and transoms.—Bal
DAKOTA County Agricultural Society,
held a session at Farmington on theSt.
13th inst. They have set the 14th of
June for a gala day, with the following
1. Public sale of stock, etc.
2. A prize game of base ball, for
the silver ball, open to all the clubs of
3. Trotting race, open to all horses,
with $40 to the first horse, $25 for the
second, and $10 to the third.
4. Trotting race, open to all horses
which have never beaten three minutes,
with $25 to the first horse, $15 to the
second, and ten to the third.
5. Running race, half mile beats,
best two in three, open to all horses,
with $15 for first horse, $10 for second,
and five for third.
6. Dance in the evening at the pa
villion, which will accommodate four
Any information regarding the pro
gramme will be furnished by addressing
Port. Martin, Hampton, or D. F. Aik
THE Red Wing Grange P. of H. met
on Friday last at twop. m., in Tempe
rance Hall, and elected the following
J. B. Smith, Master
Joshua Allyn, Overseer
Geo. Elwell, Lecturer
S. F. Leavitt, Steward
J. W. Northrup, Asst. Steward
G. W. Akers, Chaplain:
W. B. Hancock, Treasurer
Mrs. S. F. Leavitt, Secretary
Robt. Mallon, Gate Keeper
Miss R. Taylor, Ceres
Mrs. M. Northrup, Pomona
Mrs. Joshua Allyn, Flora
Mrs. J. B. Smith, L. A. S.
The officers will be installed at the
next meeting, Wednesday, June 28th,
and during the summer the meetings
will be held on the last Wednesday of
THE Republican State Convention
nominated the following persons for
At large—Stephen Miller, C. K. Da-
First District—A. J. Edgerton, of
Second District—O. K. Finseth, of
Third District—H. Clark, of
The Convention also selected dele
gates to Cincinnati, heading the list
with the name of Alex. Ramsey.
Ox Friday last, Mr. Christian Hen
nings, of Hay Creek, cut his foot badly
with an axe, while engaged in building
a log stable. He came to town and had
the wound dressed by a physician and
will probably escape with temporay
AT the close of the Republican State
Convention at St. Paul, a meeting of the
executive committee of the second dis
trict was held, and Red Wing was se
lected as the place of holding the Con
vention, and the time fixed for Septem
DIRECTLY around each bronchial
tube where it enters the lungs, are about
20,000 minute sells—in the entire lungs
600,000,000. A slight cold producing
bronchial inflammation, a gathering of
phlegm and a slight difficulty in breath
ing quickly involves the 20,000 air
cells and finally if not remedied the
whole six hundred millions become
ologged with puss which must be healed
or life will soon terminate. The world's
great lung remedy, Dr.King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, readily heals
and permanently cures the very worst
cases of lung diseases. Coughs, colds,
tickling in the throat, asthma, hoars
ness and difficulty of breathing, in the
shortest time possible. For sale by all
druggists. Trial bottles free.
A MASS meeting of the Democratic
Republican voters of Goodhue county
for the election of delegates to the State
convention will be held in this city at
the office of C. Graham Esq., Wednes
day, the 31st inst.
TIERCE, SIMMONS A CO.
PIERCE-T SIMXONS-A W PR^TT."
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
Deposits received and interest allowed by
special agreement. Exchange, Gold, Silver
and Government Bonds bought and sold.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted. Drafts drawn on all the princi
pal cities and towns of Europe in sums to
suit. Passage tickets to and from Europe
sold. Real Estate bought and sold on com
mission. Taxes paid for non-residents.
New York—Importers and Traders Na
Milwaukee—Milwaukee National Ban!:.
St. Paul—FirstNationa Bank.
Chicago & North-West
Passengers for CHICAGO,Detroit, Toledo
Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg
Cincinnati, Rochester, Albany, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
Louis, Cairo. San Francisco, Sacramento
Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver, Council
Bluffs, Sioux City, St. Paul, Marquette,
Escanaba, Menasha, Madison, Cheyenne,
Omaha, Yankton. Winona, Dulutb, Green
Bay, Milwaukee, and all points North, West
South and East, should buy their tickets
Ghicago & North-Western
Clone connections are made at Chicago
with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
Michigan Central, Baltimore A Ohio, Pitts
burg, Fort Wayne & Chicago, Kankakee
Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all points
EAST and SOUTH-EAST, and with the
Chicago A Alton and Illinois Central for all
Close connections are also made with the
Union Pacific R. R. at Omaha for all far
Close connections are made at junc
tion points with trains of all cross roads
PtfLLMAN PALACE CABS.
These celebrated cars are run on all night
trains on the lines of this road.
This is the ONLY LINE running these
cars between Chicago apd St. Paul or Chi
oago and Eilwaukee.
At Omaha our Sleepers connect with the
Overland Sleepers on the Union Pacific
Railroad, for all points west ot the Missouri
River. Among the
Inducements Offered by this
to the traveling public are all the modern
improvements Rock and Gravel Ballasted
Track, Steel Rsil, Rock and Iron Bridges,
Parlor and Drawing Boom Day Coaches,
Smokiug and Lounging Cars, Westinghouse
Sefety Air Brakes, Miller Patent Safety
Coupling and Platforms, Speed, Safety and
Running Through Fire Great States,
and operating over 2,000 miles of road, this
Company presents to the traveler facilities
that ARE NOT and CANNOT be ottered
by any Competitor.
All ticket agents can sell you ticketsvia
If yoa wish the best traveling accommo*
dations, you will buy your tiokets by this
route, and will take no other.
W. H. STENNETT,
Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Gen. Sup't. 12yl
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OF PAIN
To MA N and BEAST
IS THE GRAND OLD
Whi.h has stood the test of 40 years
There is no Sore it will not Ileal, no
Lameness it will not Cure, no Ache,
no Pain, that afflicts the human body,
or the body of a horse or other domestic
animal that does not yield to its magic
touch. A bottle costing 25c 50c, or
$ 1.00, has often saved the life of a hu
man being, and restored to life and use
fulness many a valuable horse. 22yl
A K. YOUNGDAHL.
For Theatres and Photographers, a spec*
House, Carriage and Sign Painting,
Kalsomining and Paper Banging. All
descriptions of Graining and Marbling.
Opposite Pierce, Simmons & Co.'s
Bank, Main Street, Red Wing, Minn.
per dos. 60c
Needles for all Sewing Machines,
S E N A I O N E E I O PRICE
American B. Hole, 75c
Victor, per 65c
Wilcox & Gibbs, #1.00
Grover & B. Strait 60c
Consultations free to all!
Those who cannot visit the Institute may
consult with him by correspondence.
E A A E S
BOOTS & SHOES
E A E
S A E
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO AGENTS & DEALERS I N QUANTITIES.
E. F. HILL, Agent, Third st., near Bush, Red Wing, Minn.
Dr. H. S. Humphrey,
Late of Eau Claire, Wis., has remomed his
To WINONA, I N N
because of its greater railroad facilities.
BOOT AND SHOE PACKS,
and allkinds of
Warm Foot Wear for Winter.
To be found in Goodhue County.
Our stock is composed largely of oar
own manufacture which we sell at about the
same prices as you can buy Eastern Work*
FAMILIES AN GRANGER?
HIDES, SKINS AN FURS,
Come and see us before Buying.
G.R.STERLING & Co.
E W I N I N N
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the State
orrici IK POST OFFICI BLOCK.
Wheeler & Wilson, 75c
Home Shuttle, 60c
We will also sell a
In cheapest style of table..
H. L. WILCOX & Co.,
34 West Third St., St. Paul, Minn.
T. F. LEAVITT & CO.,1874,
Successors to Thos. Wilkinson,
STOVES, I N WARE, O S E
N I S I N GQODS
PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, &c.
Gas and Steam Fitting.
New Stock of Gas Fixtures just reed.
Sole Agents for
Western Enamel Paint Works.
Pull Stock always on hand. CASH will
buy our goods at prices that we guarantee
will give satisfaction 13yl
A E OF MINNESOTA, County
of Goodhue. District Court, First
Edward Murphy, Plaintiff, Summons
George W. Hoy, Defendant, Relief
The State of Minnesota to the above
You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint io the above enti
tied action, which has been filed with the
Clerk of said Court in his office at the Court
House in Red Wing, in said Goodhue coun
ty, on this 13th day of May, A. D. 1876,
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on tho subscriber at hiapart,
office, in the city of Red Wing, in theand
county of Goodhue, and State aforesaid,
within twenty days after the service ot this
summons on you exclusive of the day of
such service and if you fail to answer the
said complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff will apply to the said Court
for the relief demanded in the said com
plaint. Dated Red Wing, Minnesota, May
13th, A. D. 1876. B. B. HERBERT,
32w7 Plaintiff's Att'y, Red Wing, Minn.
TOWARD L. BAKER.
HEAVY AND SHELF
74. MAIN STREET.
RED WING, MINN.
17rickson,Peterson «fc Co
WAGONS, CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS,
Corner of Fourth and Plum Streets,
RED WING, MINN.
All kinds of Blacksmithing and Wood
Work pertaining to such business done
A N O S AN ORGANS.
VARIETY OF STYLES
OF THE BEST QUALITY, AN
OS VERT LIBERAL TERMS.
Call and see before purchasing.
Mnsic Rooms adjoining Dental Booms.
F. A WILLIAMSON, Ageat.
T»AT O. WERNER.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
RED TINQ, MINN.
The Most WonderM Discovery of
the 19th Century.
DR. S. HOWE'S
And Diseases of the THROAT, CHEST and
LUNGS. The only medicine or the kind
in the world.
A substitute for Cod Liver Oil.
Permanently cures Asthma, Bronchitis,
Incipient Consumption, Night Sweats. Loss
of Voice, Shortness of Breath, Catarrh,
Croup, Coughs, Colds, etc., in a few days,
like magic. Price $1 per bottle. Six for $5.
Also, S. HOWE'S
ArabianTonic Blood Purifier,
Which differs from all other preparations in
the IMMBDIATB ACTIOM upon the
LIVER, KIDNEYS AN BLOOD.
It is purely vegetable, cleanses the system
of all impurities, builds it right square up,
and makes Fure, Rich Blood. It cures
Scrofulous Diseases of all kinds, removes
Constipation and regulates the bowels. For
'•NERVOUS DEBILITY," "LOST VITALITT,"
URINARY DISEASES,"and BROKEN DOWN
CONSTITUTIONS," I challenge the 19th cen
tury" to produce its equal. Every Bottle is
Worth its Weight in Gold. Price $1 per
Bottle. Six for$5.
Also, Dr. S. D. HOWE'S
Arabian "Sugar Coated" Liver
They cleanse the Liver and Stomach thore
oughly, remove constipation contain no
calomel nor any other injurious ingredient,
and act quickly upon those organs, without
producing pain or weakness. Price 25 cents
Should use all three of the above medicines.
^SpuSold by F. A. POOLE, Druggist,
Sole Agent for Red Wing, Minn.
DR. S. D. HOWE. Proprietor.
22eowly New York.
"VTOTICE O O A E
J31 Sale by Advertisement:
Default has been made in the conditions
of a certain mortgage executed and deliver
ed by Benjamin Taylor and Hannah M.
Taylor his wife, mortgagors, to William T.
Hastings and Augustine B. Hawley, mort
gagees, dated the fourth day of May, A. D.
to secure the payment of Twenty-One
Thousand Dollars ($21,000) and interest,
accordi ngto the conditions of five promisso
ry notes for the sum of Four Thousand Two
Hundred dollars each, bearing even date with
said mortgage, made find delivered by said
mortgagors to said mortgagees tor said sum,
with interest at the rate of ten per cent per
annum from date until paid, payable semi
annually, said notes being payable ia one.
two, three, four and five years from date.
Which said mortgage was on the 3th day of
May, A. D. 1874, at seven clock and forty
minutes in the forenoon of said day, recorded
in the office «f the Register of Deeds of the
County of Gooahue ard State of Minnesota
in book Twenty-Three of Mortgage Deeds
on pages four hundred and forty-six and
four hundred and forty seven.
The said mortgage was. for a valuable con
sideration, duly assigned by an instrument
thereof, duly executed and delivered by the
said William T. Hastings and Augustine B.
Hawley to Hart B. Baldwin, assignee dated
November 4th, 1875, ana recorded in said
Register of Deeds office in and for said
Goodhue county, Minnesota, on the 5th day
of November, A. D. 1S75, at eleven o'clock
and fifty minutes in the forenoon of said day
in book Eleven Miscellaneous Records on
page two hundred and sixty-three.
And whereas the said mortgage contained
among other things a provision whereby the
said mortgagors did covenant and agree to
and with the said mortgagees, their heirs,
executors, administrators and assigns, that
if default should be made in the payment of
any of said notes or in the payment of the
ainterestaccruing upon any of the same then,
upon such default the entire sum secured
thereby should become and be treated as due
and payable, and said parties of the second
their heirs, executors, administrators
assigns were thereby authorized and fully
empowered to proceed and collect, either by
foreclosure of said mortgage or otherwise the
entire amount of st»id mortgage debt.
There is claimed to be due and is due upon
said mortgage and the debt thereby secured,
at the date ofthis notice, to wit: May 8th, A.
D. 1876, the sum of Fifteen Thousand Two
Hundred and Forty-One Dollars and Forty
Three Cents ($15,241 43) the same being the*
whole amount remaining unpaid as principal
and interest on said mortgage, and no action
or proceeding has been instituted at law or
in equity to recover tae same or any part,
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of a power ot sale contained in
said mortgage and therewith recorded and
of the statute in such case made and provid
ed, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by
a sale of the mortgaged premises therein de
scribed, which sale will be made at the front,
door of the Court House in the city of Red
Wing in the county of Goodhue and State of
Minnesota, at public auction for cash, by the
Sheriff of said county, on Saturday the 24th.
day of June. A. D. 187G. at ten o'clock in tho
forenoon of said day. to satisfy the amount
which shall then be due on said mogagert
with the interest thereon and costs and ex%
penses of sale and Two Hundred Dollars as
attorney's or solicitor's fee stipulated in said
mortgage to be paid in case of foreclosure
The premises described in said mortgage
and so to be sold are th'e lot, piece ot parcel
of land situate in the county of Goodhue
and State of Minnesota, and known and de
scribed as follows, to wit: the South half of
the South West quarter of section number
Thirty-Six (36) in township number One
Hundred and Thirteen (113) no-th of range
Fifteen (15) west, containing Eighty acres
more or less acaoi ding to government survey.
Dated May 8th. A. D. iS76w
HART B. BALDWIN,
COLVILL & HOVT. Assignee.
Att'ys for Assignee. 31w7
H. J. HEXJfEKB.
The White Blacksmith Shop, Plum st.. bet,
4th and 5th. Manufacturer of
Wagons, Carriages, &c*
Repairing of Wood Work promptly
Made a speciality of and General Blaefc
smithing doae to order. 15m3
Manufacturer of and dealer in
Breech and Ifazde Loading (Hot,
SPORTING APPARATUS, A
Revolvers,Wiaohestor Repeating Rifles, to.