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Bailroad Time Table.
|The trains on the M. tod St. Paul,
railroad depart from tbe Red Wing depot.
Freight at 2:40 a. in. Paesseah- 12:10 p* m.
at 8:25 a. m. 9:27 p.m
Freight at 12:20 a. m. Passeng'r 4:15 a.
at 5-15 p. m. 3:40 p. ra
Chicago and North-Western Bail
Time of departure of Passenger Trains
from Winona, in effect January, 1876:
Leave for Chicago and the East, 4:50 p.
Leave for Chicago and the West, 12:20 p.
SEE "Premium List" of the Good
hue county fair on fifth page.
JUST RECEIVED the latest styles of
hats, and caps, at Schlose Bros.
SERVICES will be resumed at the Bap
tist Church on next Sabbath by the Pas
tor, Rev. W. E. Stanley.
CALL AT &chloss Bro's and see their
immense stock of fall and winter cloth"
ing, cheaper than ever. 49w4
MR. ROBERT COOK, of Esdaile, Pierce
Co., Wis.r has about forty hives of Ital
ian bees to sell cheap. 49w4
HOUSE AMP LOT for sale. Part pay
taken in farm stock. Apply to B. B.
Herbert or J. B. Smith. tf
MR. J. B. SMITH has purchased the
Herbert farm, on Hay Creek, three
miles from this city, for $1,600.
A TEMPLE OF CHARITY, a new juv
enile temperance society, has been or
ganized in this city, with fifty members.
THE LARGEST and finest stock of
winter clothing ever in Red Wing, now
ready for inspection at Schloos Bros.
WE will furnish the Advance from
this date till Nov. 10th for 25 cents in
advance and from Sept. 1st till Jan 1st
for 50 cents in advance.
WABASHA county agricultural society
holds its fair at Wabasha on Sept. 27th,
28th and 29th. The premium list is
very full and the premiums liberal.
MR. FRED DAVIS, painter, had a se
vere fail on Saturday from a scaffold at
Mr. Sheldon's new residence. He was
badly braised but not dangerously hurt.
LUNCH for farmers or others at the
Eating House on Third street second
door west of Bush. Also, fruits, gro
ceries, confectionery, etc.
49w4 JOHN SPATES.
SOME of the largest and finest sweet
corn we have ever seen, was brought to
us last week by Mr. W. G. Goheen, of
Featherstone. It was the ne plus ul
tra "of hot com."
VERT much needed is a sidewalk on
East avenue south of Tenth street. A
number of families now reside in that
part of the city and they think that
they are entitled to a convenience of
MESSRS. BOXRUD BROS., Plum st.
near Third, will receive their new stock
of Carpets this week. It will be the
largest stock and comprise the greatest
variety ever brought to Red Wing. Call
and see them.
HOUSEKEEPERS—-There is no adulter
ation in Best Chemical Salartus made
by I. B. DeLand & Co. It it abso
lutely pure, hence is much cheaper and
better for cooking purposes than Bak
ing Powder and most brands cf Salera
tus. Try it and be convinced your
THE democratic convention of this
county met in Justice Graham's office
on Saturday, and elected Henry Ahne
mann, O. M. Hall, H. Parks, R. Doule,
J. E. Simmons, and John Freidereich
as delegates to attend the district con
gressional convention which meets in
MADAME BISSONETTE has established
herself on Main street, opposite Pierce,
Simmons & CO,'B bank, where she will
have a full assortment of millinery
goods and be prepared to do all sorts of
work in that line on short notice. She
is about receiving machinery for the
manufacture and for cleaning felt hats
and bonnets. 4w
NOTICE.—Whereas, my wife, Eliza
beth B. Adams, has left my bed and
board without just cause or provocation.
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern not to harbor or trust her
on my account, as I shall pay no bills
or accounts of her contracting, for any
KIMBALL W. ADAMS.
Dated, Red Wing, Sept. 11, 76.
THE convention last week attracted
hither a large number of our old ac
quaintances, amongst whom were:
Adolph Islin, of Carver county, who
used to be oarprinter in Henderson six
teen yean ago Col. W. G. LeDuc, of
of Dakota, an old Washington, D.
acquaintance J. M. Farmer, of Le
Sueur J. K. More, of St. Peter J. S.
G. Honner, of Redwood and Jacob
Frankenfield, of Sibley. It reminded
us of old times to see them again.
WE are in receipt of the Premium
List of the 18th annual fair of the
Minnesota State Agricultural Society.
The fair is to be held at St. Paul, Oct.
3d. 4th, 5th and 6th. The premiums
are attractive and the list quite compre
hensive, but the selection ot judges is
not commendable. For instance, Hon.
Ara Barton, of Northfield, is on the
Wine and Cider committee. Now,
Barton is a temperance man and ought
not to know good wine from swill.
MR. JOSEPH DREW, who is thresh
ing wheat in Goodhue and Zumbrota,
brought us a sample from the field of
Mr. Peter Shelstad, of the latter town.
It is good wheat but the berry is small.
It weighs about 60 lbs per bushel. It
was grown on new ground and the yield
was 16 bushels per acre. A field of Mr.
J. V. H. Bailey's, which last year
yielded 41 bushels per acre, yields
only 16 this year. The wheat is of
good quality. Mr. Drew informs us
that oats and barley are turning out well.
WE omitted last week to mention the
harvest feast services at the Episcopal
church on the 2d instant, and the pic
nic of the Sabbath school in the Cen
tennial Grove in the afternoon of the
same day. The church was handsomely
decorated with flowers, vines, ever
greens, fruits, &c, and on the steps
ascending to the chancel was a profuse
and attractive display of vegetables
melons, and other products of agricul
ture. The picnic was a pleasant affair,
and the dinner, provided for the occa
sion by the ladies of the congregation,
was plentiful and sumptuous. It was
truly a happy occasion and highly en
joyed by old and young.
THIS county is not behind others in
itsreadiness to aid in the capture of the
brigands who made the attack on North
field. Sheriff Chandler has parties
watching the passing trains, and on
Monday he telegraphed to the sheriff
of Rice county, as follows:
RED WING, September 11, '76.
Ara Barton, Sheriff, Faribault, Minn.,
Do you want any more men. If so
when shall we report. Have arms.
MARTIN S. CHANDLER,
Faribault, September 11, '76.
Martin S. Chandler, Sheriff, Red
Wing, Minn. Think we have men
enough now. ARA BARTON, Sheriff.
Sheriff Chandler with a posse of ten
is ready to start to the scene of opera
tions on a moment's notice.
THE following are the resolutions
adopted by the republican convention
of this district on Wednesday last:
Resolved, That in the approaching pres
idential contest we rely for success upon
the patriotism of the majority of the Ameri
can people, firmly believing that they will
repudiate the man whose chief support will
come from those who projected and sympa
thised with the gigantic war upon the union,
and that they will maintain those candidates
who represent the unity and integrity of all
the states, and who sustained with their
blood and their treasure the common cause
of freedom and equality of all the men un
der the law.
Resolved, That the convention fully en
dorses the principles enunciated in the plat
form of the republican national convontion,
held at Cincinnati, and in the letter of ac
ceptance of the Hon. R. B. Hayes, and that
we will use our best exertions to secure their
triumph at the polls in the coming election.
Resolved, That the republican party
stands pledged to the reform of existing
abuses, and that, unlike the democratic
party, the best of its sincerity will not be
found alone in its professions but in its
THE official statement, by the Com
missioner of statistics, of the wheat,
corn and oats crop for 1875 is received.
It gives the bushels of wheat saved as
28,989,835, and allows about two mill
ions for loss by grasshoppers, making
the entire crop 31,000,000 bushels.
Of this Goodhue county is credited with
3,019,818, or one-tenth of the quantity.
The barley crop is 1,210,451, or 595,906
more, the oats 13,641,328 or 41,622
more, and the corn 7,165,268 or 63,357
less than in 1874. The yield of corn
in Goodhue is 350,020, oats 1,134,024.
The acreage of wheat in 1876 is 1,860,
421, being 167,920 acres more than in
1875, and of this increased acreage
Goodhue county furnishes 13,049 acres
—about one-twelfth. The commission
er's estimate places the crop this year
at 15,813,578 bushels, about half of the
yield of 1875, and allows eight bushels
per acre average.
WHILE he was in this city attending
the recent congressional convention, we
had a conversation with Hon. J. S. G.
Honner on the subject of grasshoppers.
Mr. Honner has been a resident of Red
wood county since 1865. He tells us
that the grasshoppers are far more nu
merous this season than at any former
period since his residence in the State.
He is not, however, inclined to the opin
ion that they will ultimately prevent
agriculture from being followed profita
bly, but believes that they will be de
stroyed, or at least decimated so far as
to be comparatively harmless by natu
ral causes, such as wet weather, early
frosts, etc. This year they hatched so
late that the wheat crop suffered less
than in former seasons from their rav
ages. Later crops, such as corn, oats,
potatoes, etc., were almost entirely de
stroyed by them. The probabilities
are that the season had so far advanced
this year before they generally com
menced laying their eggs, that the grubs
will be destroyed by the early frosts,
and we may hope to hear but little com
plaint of these pests for several years
RED WING INSTITUTE.—Prof. Wm.
W. Warner, a member of Harvard Uni
versity, at Cambridge, Mass., is to take
charge of the Assembly rooms and be
the instructor in the classics and scien
tific studies. The school is to be con
gratulated upon this addition to the
teaching force. Mr. Warner has had
good experience in teaching and comes
highly recommended as a scholar and
man of good worth, although quite
young. The teachers will be as follows:
Rev. Wm. E. Stanley, Director, in
structer in mathematics and elocution.
Prof. Wm. W. Warner. Principal,
instructor in classics and sciences.
Mrs. W. P. Hood, Lady Principal,
teacher of English branches.
Miss Anna Whelan, teacher of instru
Fall term of twelve weeks opens 9
o'clock a. m., Wednesday, Sept. 20th.
The Harvest Festival.
On the 15th instant, Friday next, the
Harvest Feast of the Pomona Grange,
No. 3, of this county, will be held near
the place of meeting of Hay Creek Val
ley Grange. As the busy season is now
over it is hoped that there will be a full
turn out of the Patrons of the county.
All are invited, and it is a duty which
all owe to the Order to be present and
contribute, by their efforts to make
this festival a success, to the growth
and prosperity of the Grange. It will
not do for farmers to abandon the Or
der because those who have sought to
use it for political purposes declare it a
failure. It was not organized for a po
litical machine, and when it became
temporarily entangled in the political
canvass it had unfortunately strayed
from the path marked out for it.
It is essential for the protection of
their own interests that the agricultural
class should discuss all political ques
tions and act in concert to prevent im
positions. But it is not necessary that
this should be done in the granges, any
more than in the churches. The mis
sion of the grange is to bind the entire
farming community in fraternal bonds
to surround the individual members
with influences calculated to endear
them to each other. When they are
thus united they may discuss political
and all other questions with each other,
in a friendly spirit, for the purpose of
getting at the truth and learning how
best to act for the promotion of the
public good. The bitter prejudices
engendered by partizanism will cease
to exist amongst true members of the
order, and even though they may differ,
it will be with a sincere sentiment of
regret that they cannot see alike and
this regret wi'l be more or less intense
as the matter about which th'ey differ
is important or insignificant.
The grange confers especial social
advantages upon its members, which
cannot be gained from any other source
and the enjoyment of these must pro
duce political and pecuniary advantages.
No good Patron will deceive a brother.
Is it likely, then, that one will allow
himself to be persuaded by partizan con
siderations to represent falsely the char
acter of men or measures for whom or
which he is desirous to have a brother
vote Can a Patron knowingly urge
his fellows to support an unworthy
candidate, because the success of such
candidate may advance his personal in
terests If he does he is false to the
sacred obligations which he has volun
tarily assumed. He is not so likely
to do this, at least, as those who are
without the influence of the Order, and
in this manner the Order effects the
political world beneficially.
So, too, in business life, the Order
exerts a powerful influence for good
amongst its membership, and Patrons
are constantly enjoying pecuniary ad-
vantages by reason of their being Pa
trons, which form a very significant ag
gregate in a year's time. Even business
men, outside of the Order, are controll
.ed to considerable extent by this influ
ence, and are prompted to deal more
liberally with their customers who are
Patrons, because they desire the good
will of the organization. Let us not
forget these little benefits—jsmall in
their severalties but large collectively
—and if we do not esteem the social
benefits of the grange of sufficient mo
ment to command our attention, remem
ber that these too are conferred by the
same agency. Let us, therefore, cher
ish and maintain so fruitful a source of
pleasure, profit and advancement, cheer
fully contribute our share to make all
its meetings attractive and profitable,
and especially let us all attend its
AN ACT to provide for the inspection
of illuminating oils manufactured from
Petroleum or Coal Oil. The attention
of dealers in Goodhue county is respect
fully called to this act, approved March
2d, 1876 especially to sec. 4, a part
of which reads as follows*
And if any person or persons, wheth
er manufacturer, vender or dealer, shall
sell to any person within this State
any such illuminating oils, whether
manufactured in this State or not, be
fore having the same inspected as pro
vided in this act, he shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and he shall
be subject to a penalty in any sum not
exceeding five hundred dollars.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed Inspector for this county is
now prepared to inspect all Oils coming
under the provisions of this act. Office
with the GRANGE ADVANCE.
W. S. GROW.
TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. Meet
ings for the public examination of
teachers in Goodhue county will be held
Cannon Falls, commencing Monday,
Sept. 25th, at 1 o'clock p. m.,
Kenyon, commencing Wednesday,
Sept .27th, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Zumbrota, commencing on Friday,
Sept. 29th, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Red Wing, commencing Monday,
Oct. 2d, at 9 o'clock a. m.
J. W. HANCOCK,
48w2 Co. Supt. of Schools.
THE Temple of Honor purposes to
give a Neck-Tie Sociable at their hall
on the 26th of this month, which it is
designed to make the "Event of the
Season." Tickets will be sold to in
clude supper. Bills will be published
in dne time.
ALL persons needing money should re
member that B. B. Herbert is prepared
to supply any amount that may be need
ed, in sums of five hundred dollars and
upward, on farms in Goodhue Co.,
Minn., or Pierce County, Wisconsin.
E. A. LEVI'S stock of summer wear,
which he is selling at ruinously low
prices, is not all gone yet. It will pay
you to purchase and keep over for an
LARD OIL at Poole's Drug Store.
MR. T. J. LITTLE is selling family
flour, guaranteed, to be equal to the
very best, at $5.60 per bbl., $2.80 per
100 lbs., or $1.40 for 50 lbs. Call at
his store on Third street next to Mc
Kinstry's meat market.
CALIFORNIA, Southern and Minne
sota fruits, melons, &c, of the very fin
est descriptions on hand and for sale
cheap at Zirkelback's.
CASTOR OIL at Poole's Drug Store.
THE stage for Ellsworth, Wis., leaves
the National Hotel at 1 o'clock, p. m.
every Wednesday and Saturday, and all
orders left at the hotel will receive
SELTZER Water imported from Eu
rope and warranted genuine just re
ceived and for sale by Freidenck &
Hack. 42 tf
MACHINE OILS, of all kinds, at Poole's
Drug Store, very cheap. 30tf
GOOD BOARD by the week, day or
meal, at Opera Hall Restaurant.
FARMERS buy your Machine Oils at
Poole's Drug Store. He has the best
in market at lowest prices. 30tf
N. P. Peterson wishes to reduce his
very large Stock of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry and Silver-ware, and will sell
orthe next Sixty daysat the very lowest
Yon want to buy your Groceries,
Crockery, and Glass waie of A. & F.
Seeback, Post officeblock, Bosh street.
The cheapest store in the city.
E. A. LEVI is receiving the first of
his fall and winter stock of goods, and
is selling off the remainder of his sum
mer stock at figures below bottom
INQUIRE for Dr. Crary's Diamond
Dentifrice. For sale by drugists gener
WHALE OIL at Poole's Drug Store.
PAINS in BACK, HEAD, HEART,
Lungs, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lum
bago, Sciatica, Pneumatic Gout, Nerv
ous and Kidney diseases, positively
cured by Dr. Fitter's Rheumatic Rem
edy and Vegetable Liver Pills. Never
fail when persevered in. For circulars,
Pamphlets, Guarantees, ifc, go to your
Druggists, Nozsen Sr Funk, agents for
Red Wing. 43^1
out bonus or any such thing, on First
Mortgage Security on farms in Goodhue
and adjoining counties, in sums of one
thousand dollars and upward.
B. B. HERBERT.
T^OTICEOF MORTGAGE SALE.
Default has been made in the
conditions of a certain mortgage exe
cuted and delivered by David King and
Anna King, his wife, mortgagors, to
Louisa Sherrer, mortgagee, dated the
5th day of September A. D. 1873, and
recorded as a mortgage in the office of
the Register of Deeds of the county of
Goodhue and State of Minnesota on the
5th day of September, A. D. 1873, at
one o'clock and forty minutes in the
afternoon of said day, in book 24 of
mortgage deeds on page 405.
Said mortgage, and the debt therby
secured were,by the said Louisa Sherrer,
on the 9th, day of May, A. D. 1824,
sold and duly assigned to F. Joss, by
an instrument of assignment bearing
date on^ said day which was duly re
corded in office of the register of deeds
of Goodhue county, Minnesota, on the
15th day of May, A. D. 1874, at 2
o'clock p. m. of said day, in book 9 of
miscellaneous records on page 399,
which said mortgage was thereafter
duly assigned by said F. Joss, to John
Freidrich and John Hack, by an instru
ment of assignment duly executed by
said Joss, dated May 13th, 1874, and
duly recorded in said register of deeds
office of said Goodhue county*i the 15th
day of May A. D. 1874, at 2:10 o'clock
in the p. m. of said day, in book 9
miscellaneous records on page 400,
said mortgage was afterward by the
said John Freidrich and John Hack
duly assigned to Adna Tenney by an
instrument of assignment duly executed
by them, dated August, 28th A. D.
1874, and duly recorded in said register
of deeds office for said Goodhue county
on the 29th day of August, A. D. 1874,
at one o'clock and thirty minutes in the
p. m. of said day in book ten miscel
laneous records on page 59. There is
claimed to be due and is due upon said
mortgage andthe debt secured thereby at
the date of this notice, to wit, September
12th A. D. 1876, the sum of fifty-five
and 96-100 dollars. No action or other
proceeding has been instituted at law
er otherwise to recover the said amount
now due or any part thereof.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the power of sale contained in
said mortgage and of the statute in such
case made and provided the said mort
gage wiil be foreclosed by a sale of the
mortgage premises therein described,
which sale will be made at the front
door of the court house, in the city of
Red Wing, Goodhue county, Minnesota,
at public auction by the sheriff of mid
county on Saturday, the 28th day of
October, A. D. 1876, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of said day, to satisfy the
amount which shall then be due on said
mortgage, with the interest thereon and
costs and expenses of sale and the at
torney's fee stipulated in said mortgage
to be paid in case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mort
gage and so to be sold are situate in the
county of Goodhue and State of Min
nesota, and are described as follows, to
wit: Two acres of land (including the
buildings thereon) off from the north
westerly end of lot No. eight (8) of J.
F. Hoyt's out lots to Red Wing, accord
ing to the recorded plat of said out lots
in the office of the register of deeds of
said Goodhue county. Dated Sept. 12th,
A. D. 1876. ADNA TENNEY,
COLVILL & HOYT, Assignee.
Attys. for Assignee. 49w7
OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
Default has been made in the conditions
of a certain Mortgage executed and deliver
ed by Magnus Hellstrom and Charles G.
Rydell, mortgagors, to John Williams,
mortgagee, bearing date the Eleventh day
of February, A. D. 1873, and recorded as
a mortgage in the office of the Register of
Deeds, of the county of Goodhue and State
of Minnesota, on the 26th day of February,
A. D. 1873. at eight o'clock and thirty min.
utes in the forenoon of said day in book twen
ty four of mortgage deeds, on page ninety*
six. Said mortgage and the debt secured
'hereby were, by the said John Williams, on
tie sixth day of May, A. D. 1874, sold and
duly assigned to Hart B. Baldwin, and the
instrument of such assignment was duly re
corded in the office of the Register of Deeds
of said Goodhue county, Minnesota, on the
sixth day of May, A. D. 1874, at ten o'clock
and twenty-five minutes in the forenoon of
said day, in Book nine of Miscellaneous
Records on pages 368 and 369.
There is elaimed to be do* and is das a
on said mortgage and the debt ••cured
by, at the date of this notice, to-wit: Sep,
Umber otb, A. 187©,the nun of 8ix hun
dred sod forty-nine dollars and thirtv-eigbt
certs ($049.38) and no action or prowed}
ing at law or otherwise has been institute?,
to recover the said mortgage debt, or ans
The premises described in said mortgage
are the lot, piece or parcel of land •itcateu
the county of Goodhue and State of Minn*'
eota, described as follows, to wit: Lot!
number one (1) and two (2) in block nutnf
ber forty-five, (45.) in the village of CannoS
Falls, according to the recorded plat thereof
in the office of the Register of Deeds of saiJ
Goodhue county, excepting a strip of lan[
oft* the west side of said lot two (2) twenty}
two feet in width by one hundred an*
forty feet in length, duly released by th
paid Assignee from the effect and operation
of said mortgage.
Notice is hereby given that, by virtue 03
a power of sale contained in said mortgage,
and of the statute in such ease made an
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclos3
ed by a sale of the mortgaged premise
therein described, which sale will be madl
by the Sheriff of said Goodhue county, at
the front door of the Court House, in tlT
city of Red Wing, county of Goodhue anc
State of Minnesota, on Saturday, the 28tt
day of October, A. D. 1876, at ten o'cloc?
in the forenoon of said dav, to satisfy ths
amount which shall then be due on sau
mortgage, with the interest thereon am
costs and expenses of sale, and fifty dollar,
Attorney's fees as stipulated in said mort,
gage to be paid in case of foreclosure.
Dated, September 6th, A. D. 1876.
HART BALDWIN, 3
Assignee of Mortgage. 1
COLVILL A HOTT,
Attorneys of Assignee. 49w7
M. & J. KAPPEL.,}
Wagons, Spring Wag'
ons, Carriages, «fcc.
Repairing done Promptly.
Third street near Plum, I
27yl RED WING, MINK.
Daniels & Simmons!
On Corner of
4th St, and West Avenue.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED1,
«T« E KK Kt
The White Blacksmith Shop, Plum st.. bet
4th and 5th. Manufacturer of
Wagons, Carriages, Ac
Repairing of Wood Work promptly
Made a speciality of and General Blacr
smithing done to order. 15m3
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCER,
IES, BOOTS & SHOES, CROCK
ERY & GLASSWARE,
DRUGS & MEDI
CINES, etc. I
Step in when yon happen this wayt
far platac OOBJT«M OOB OOMM-MMAU OATSB
mmnrUmiot Oimim, mfmf 10 KMBB. *rSA*Zc
Tj'riekson,Peterson «fc Cc
WAGONS, CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS)
Corner of Fourth and Plum Streets,
RED WING, MINN.
All kinds of Blacksmithmg and Woo^
Work pertaining to such business don1
"P M. WILSON,
Attorney at Law,
Office over Old Post Office building, Re'*
Wing, Minn. 38tf
Attorney and Counselor at Law1
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,['
Will Practice in all the Courts of the Statu
OFFICE IN POST OFFICE BLOCK l"
Justice of the Peacd
Will attend to conveyancing and collecr
ing. Office in Lawtber's Block, entrance oP
Bash St', Red Wing, Minn. Ti