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RED WING, DEC. 6, 1876.
CAMP Chairs at Vaid's.
FOR Pure Drugs go to Poole's.
POMONA Grange meets on the 15th.
OTTOMANS at Vaid's, for Christmas.
FRESH Oysters at Carlson & Ander
HOUSES for rent enquire at this
LEVI is selling Buffalo Coats at from
$12 to $19.
POMONA Grange, on the 15th at 10
o'clock a. m.
ALL sorts of jewelry for Christmas
A NICE line of Holiday Goods at the
POOLE sells all goods in hie line cheap
as the cheapest. 8w4
NEEDLES for Sewing Machines at
Lawrence & Go's.
A FOOTREST is a pretty Christmas
gift. Vaid has them.
NEW shades of Cashmeres at very low
prices at the Auction store.
CORNELLS has a handsome lot of
jewelry for Christmas gifts.
THE Dubuque store is where Ladies'
Underwear can be bought cheap. 6tf
LADIE'S and children's underware a
specialty at the Auction store.
READ the letter headed the "Interests
of Red Wing," on the 5th page.
DON'T fail to attend the meeting of
the Pcmona Grange on the 15th.
ALL WOOL home-made flannels cheap
per than ever known at the Auction
OWATONNA has a glove and mitten
factory. Why not start one in Red
ONE Burdett and one Western Cot
tage Organ for sale below cost. E. P.
THE Auction store is having a great
rush for the new shades of poplins at
THE San Francisco Minstrels, will be
at Opera Hall, Friday evening in full
BEST Ginghams at lOcts. and the
best assortment in the city at Simmons
THE best two button Kids and Kid
Gauntlets for one dollar, are kept at
the Dubuque store. 6tf
THE Odd Fellows propose to have a
festival, on the 20th, at Temerance hall,
and a dance at Opera hall.
THE Annual meeting of the Pomona
Grange P. of H.,for the election of
officers takes place on the 15th inst.
SCHOOL Books, for city, county and
Wisconsin schools, can be found at
Lawrence & Co., at reasonable rates.
A SMALL FARM WANTED in exchange
for a desirable residence in this city.
Apply to B. B. Herbert at this office.
RESERVED seats can be procured
without extra charge, for the San
Francisco Minstrels, at Lawrence &
HAMBURG Edgings at 5 cts. per yard.
Yak Laces, at 12o cts., and still we
have a little profit on them. Simmons
open barouche form obtained. It cost
$500 and is as grand and cosy as any
body need desire to ride in, being up
holstered in the best style.
You want to buy your Groceries,
Crockery, and Glass waie of A. & F.
Seeback, Post officeblock. Bush street.
The cheapest store in the city.
WHY don't you get a pair of those'
Alaska boots at Howell's? They are
comfortable, warm, easy and about as
light as ordinary boots, and are cheap.
LOST, on the 17th inst., a lady's gold
chain. The tinder will be suitably re
warded by leaving it at the Meat Market
of Mr. L. McKinstry, on Third
EVERGREENS for Christmas trees, in
abundance and great variety, will be
found at Fifield's Restaurant and Con_
fectionary, on Third st., next to Cen
DEPUTY SHERIFF E. T. Grow and
lady provided the inmates of the county
jail,to a "real" thin sjving dinner, all
of which was duly appreciated. Such
deeds are worthy of commemoration.
RUGS at Vaid's.
noteE Perfumery Poole's. 8 w4
PARTY Ties for ladies and gents at
the Auction store.
A. VAID has handsome articles for
POOL'S Drug Store is Headquarters
for Holiday Goods. 8w4
SHEET Music and Musical Instru
ments at Lawrence & Co's.
A LARGE line cf Cloaks at reduced
prices at the Auction store.
"FOREST Tar Salve," cures piles,
when all other remedies have failed.
THE finest four end men in the pro
fession are with the San Franciscos.
FRESH Stock Fish at Carlson & An
EVERY thing nobby in collars and
ties at the Auction store.
Go to Opera Hall on Friday evening,
and see the boss Minstrel party of the
GOOD BOARD by the week, day or
meal, at Opera Hall Restaurant.
THE communication under the cap
tion "Let us be Reasonable" is worthy
of attentive reading.
EAT a good supper Friday evening
and then go to Opera hall and have a
hearty laugh to digest it.
LAWRENCE & Co. are fixing up for
Christmas in handsome style. They
have the biggest lot of toys going.
IT WILL pay you to call on us, get
our prices and see our goods. Sim
mons & Strandes, No. 82 Main St.
IN order too reduce stock, Water
proofs, Flannels and Blankets marked
down to manufactures prices, at the
POOLE'S Drug store is the best place
to buy Patent Medicines. He buys
direct from the manufacturers and is
sure of getting the genuine. 8w4
IF you prescribe remedies yourself,
see that they are effective and will do
no harm. "Forest Tar" preparations
are of this character, for the Throat
WANTED.—An active man to sell a
good manufactured article for which I
will pay $80.00 per month and travel
ing expenses. Address John F. Jones,
Xenia, Ohio. 7w4
FIRST CLASS ORGANS for sale cheap,
to close out the stock, by O. M. Sprake,
at the Singer Sewing Machine Agency,
Bush st., next door to the old post
office room. 5tf
BLACK Alpaccas, Mohairs, Brillian
tines, Cashmeres and Silks, of which
we offer A No. 1 goods at the very
bottom prices. Simmons & Strandes,
No 85 Main St.
MISS NELLIE WHITE'S reading at
Opera hall on Tuesday night was an en
tire success, and the audience generally
was highly pleased. Mrs. Wilson's
singing elicited general applause.
CAN any of the readers of the AD
VANCE, furnish a recipe for coloring
blue A dark durable blue that will
not rub off in woolen or cotton goods
And oblige a subscriber.
HON. ROBT. DEAKIX is a candidate
for Assistant Clerk of the legislative
house of representatives. Mr. Deakin
is entirely competent to till the posi
tion and we hope he will receive the ap
NOTWITHSTANDING the recent sharp
advance of fully ten per cent in Boots
and Shoes, we are still selling and
shall continue to sell at old figures dur
ing the season. Our motto is the best
for the least money.
G. R. STERLING & Co.
READ THIS !—Our readers should
bear in mind that Ashelman & Skog
lund, opposite Hotel De Batlo, is the
place at which to buy a good Buffalo
Sleigh Bells for the least money. They
buy for cash, and you cannot beat their
prices for a good article. 9tf
WEBSTER & LEE have just received
from Tom Connolly, of Dubuque, Iowa,
maker, a splendid turnout in the shape
of a covered sleigh. It is fashioned'
like a hack and may be closed tightly,
the driver only being outside en the box,
or the cover may be folded down and an
O. M. SPRAKE has concluded, in con
sideration of the hard times and because
he needs mev for current uses, to de
duct 15 per cent on all cash sales of
and partial cash payments for Singer's
Sewing Machines made from this time
till January 1st, 1877. Agency next
door to the old post office. 5tf
GET a Ciiri*tuias tiee.
UoMEuPATUic Medicines at Poole's.
NEW shades of Alpacas at 20 cents
at the Auction store.
Go to Lawrence & Co. to have your
TABLE Linens and Napkins in color
ed and white at the Auction store.
TOYS of all kinds cheaper than ever
at Poole's Drug store. 8w4
HAVE you seen the nice line of Goods
they sell so cheap at the Auction store*
GAUNTLETS, Mitts and Kid Gloves
cheap at the Auction store.
BUY your goods in the right place,
the Auction store is the cheapest.
OUR Christmas notices and a descrip
tion of Belshazzar are crowded out this
PIANO for sale cheap, must be sold
for want of room to keep it. E. P.
NEEDLES for all descriptions of Sew
ing machines are kept on sale by Sim
mons & Strandnes.
IF any friend wants to give us an ap
preciable Christmas gift, they will find
some nice parlor sets at Vaid's.
ADMISSION only 50 cents to Opera
hall, on Friday evening, reserved seats
without extra charge at Lawrence &
IN THESE hard times get the most
you can for your money. Simmons &
Strandes sell 3 lbs. of good tea for
#1.00, a tip top Jap Tea for 50cts, and
everything else very cheap.
THANKSGIVING and Christmas are
close at hand, and we write this to in
form our readers that the place to buy
good apples, pure candies, wholesome
nuts, delicious raisins, and boiled cider
of the very best quality for your "mince
pies," is at E. P. Lowater's Third st,
and all at bottom prices. 7tf
HAVE you voted for Hayes or Tilden
is not the question with those who
want to buy Dry Goods. The inquiry
is: where can the largest amount of
such goods be bought for the least mon
ey The Dubuque store is the cheap
est place in the city to buy Dry Goods.
Call at the Dubuque store and be sat
isfied of this fact. 6tf
PAINS in BACK, HEAD, HE4RT,
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, Sfc, go to your
Druggists, Noesen 8c Funk, agents for
Red Wing. AZyl
FRIDAY, Dec. 8th, the wheel will be
put in motion, and better bargains of
Robe, Horse Blankets, Whips, and
fered than ever before given in this city.
At the center store, St. James Hotel
block, there will be opened at slaughter
prices a first class stock of dry goods,
consisting of Dry Goods, Silks, Blank
ets, Skirts, Cloths, Flannels, Notions,
Kid Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call and ex
amine goods, get prices, then goods,
all new and latest styles and are to be
sold, POWEES BRO'S.
WE were exposed last week to a piti
less storm, that wet our feet and stock
ings, and indeed our person all over.
In fact we took a cracking cold, which
brought sore throat and severe symptons
of fever. The good wife asserted her
authority, plunged our feet in hot water,
wrapped us in hot blankets, and sent
our faithful son for a bottle of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It is a splendid med
icine—pleasant to take and did the job.
We slept soundly through the night and
woke well the next morning. We know
we owe our quick recovery to the
Pectoral, and shall not hesitate to rec
ommend it to all who need such a med
icine.—Tehuacana, Texas Presbyter
"OH! WHAT a lovely pair of slippers,"
said Mrs. S as she entered the
shoe |tore of Heifelfinger, Howell & Co.,
when they were opening Christmas
goods which they have just received.
"I must get a pair for Mr. S." But
before she left the store she took a peep
at his other Christmas goods and was
delighted. There were slippers for gen
tlemen, ladies, misses and children, of
every variety .ladies' and misses' white
kid, bronzed, morocco, cloth and pru
nella gaiters fancy shoes for children
gloves for ladies and gentlemen gen
tlemen's boots and shoes, from cow
hides to the finest varieties, and over
shoes, rubbers, &c, in abundance. In
short II., H. & CO.'B assortment ean
not be excelled.
THE all wool flannels can not be beat
at the Auction store.
SHAWLS.. Nubias, and Scarfs to be
cloBod out before Holidays, at the Auc
SAM CHURCH has had the matter of
a road from his farm settled by a suit,
in which he beat the Belvidere town
MURDER WILL Our.—A few yours
ago "August Flowers" was discovered
to be a certain cure for Dyspepsia and
Liver complaint, a few thin Dyspeptics
made known to their friends how easily
and quickly they had been cured by
its use. The great merits of Green's
August Flowers became heralded
through the country by one sufferer to
another, until, without advertising, its
sale has become immense, druggists in
every town in the United States are
Belling it. No person suffering with
sour stomache, sick headache, costive
ness, palpitation of the heart, indiges
tion, low spirits, etc., can take three
doses without relief. Go to your drug
gists, Johnson Bros., and get a bottle
for 75 cents and try it. Sample bot
tles 10 cents. 5yl
THE St. James hotel was the scene
of a very large and pleasant party on
Thanksgiving evening, Nov. 30th.
There were about four hundred guests
present, comprising nearly all the lead
ing citizens of Red Wing and a num
ber of the patrons of this excellent
house from abroad. The Messrs. Blood
and their ladies, who have made them
selves generally popular in this commu
nity during their year's residence here,
acquitted themselves of the severe task
of entertaining so large a company in a
manner highly creditable to themselves
and entirely satisfactory to their guests,
all of whom speak in highest terms of
the entertainment and the hospitality
of their hosts. Up till about twelve
o'clock the old folks thronged the par
lors, engaged in conversations, or were
occupied at card parties in the smaller
rooms, while Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Purdy
and other youngsters enjoyed them
selves in the dancing hall, on the fourth
floor, where Messrs. Nesbit and Kel.
logg's band were discoursing excellent
music. At twelve, supper was an.
nounced, but it was not until nearly
two in the morning that all were sup
plied, for the supper was abundant and
sumptuous. We are glad to know that
this hotel has done a good business dur.
ing the past year and commences its
second year under happiest auspices.
May its worthy proprietors live long
Wheat has come in quite slowly dur
ing the past week, owing to bad roads,
and the price on the street has been
steady at $100@$1.05. The prospect of
a war in Europe is, no doubt, influenc
ing some farmers to hold their wheat
back in expectation of higher prices.
Barley is steady at 60@65c, with light
Oats are quoted at 34@35c, with a
Corn is plenty and is selling at 35@
40c, with little demand.
Potatoes are firm at 40@50c. Tur
nips at 20@25c.
Beef cattle steady at 2@3c per lb. as
Beet, dressed, 4@,Gc. from wagons.
Hogs, live, are quoted at 4c per lb.
Pork, dressed, is selling at 5@5J.c.
Lard is 10@12)£c. per lb. by the
Butter is plentiful and sells at IS©
20c. per lb.
Eggs are scarce and sells at 20c. per
Poultry is plentiful and prices are as
follows: Ducks, 20c. a piece Geese
and Turkeys, 8@10c. per lb. and
Chickens G@8c. per lb. from wagons.
Prime live geese feathers are steady
at 55c. per lb.fgjQ^gB
Green Apples we quote still at $3.00
@$3.25 per bbl.SOpMg
Hides, green Cc. per lb., and Idry at
•Successor to Daniels & Simmon*.
On Corner of
4th St, and West Avenue.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
RDE WIN0 IRON WORKS.
All kinds of Cuntitigs made to order, and
finishing and Mnnksinithing done on short
Of a superior pattern for sale at low prices.
are caught and property being se
cure and insurance unnecessary,
A. BUCHOLZ, of Roscoe, Minn.,
is happy to announce to ali his
old customers and the public gene
rally, that he has struck hard-pan
and is able to sell GENERAL MER
CHANDISE as cheap as the cheapest,
and guaranties satisfaction in every
for the cold winter and see to your
families, that they are well supplied,
and don't go shivering around when
such comfortable apparel can be ob
tained at a moderate figure.. And
own good, come and examine his
fine stock of Gents Underwear,
Shawls, Knit Jackets and Woolen
Goods, and bring along your wife and
go home with smiling faces and save
curtain lectures and doctor bills.
is nothing compared to comfort and
Bucholz has it in the form of Dry
Goods, Notions, Groceries, Boots
and Shoes, Hardware, Tinware,
Crockery, Glassware, Drugs and
Medicines, Oils, Confectionary and
all things tound in a country store
Farm produce taken in exchange for
goods at a fair price. Come and
be convinced. 3ni2
MEAT MARKET, &c,
E N E N N I A O
Third Street, Red Wing, Minn.,
DOW, BAMBS & NEUDECE,
Packers and Stock Dealers,
Keep constantly on hand a large and
choice selection of fresh meats, Game and
Fish. The best of Oysters in their season.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Paints, Oils, Glass,
And Paper Hangings,
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL
and CARRIAGE PAINTING,
and Stencil Cutting.
2Stf BUSH ST., RED WING, MINN.
J. C. HAMMOND,
Architect & Builder,
Cor. MAIN st. & BROADWAY,
Plane and specifications for buildings pre
pared at short notice, and satisfaction guar
The last chance for good Agricultural
Land, on ten years credit, at six per cent,
interest. Don't run any risks, but go to a
country that has been proved to be good.
Send your address by Postnl Card to Land
Commissioner, B. M. R. R., Burlington
Iowa, and receive free a copy of Iowa and
Nebraska Farmer, with chart of lands, and
LOW ROUND-TRIP Rates.
Corner of Main and PlumbSt's.,
Red Wins, Minnesota.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
RED WING, MINN.
A. A I
Third st. between Bnsh and Bread.
Desires to thank the public of Red "\Vinjr
and vicinity for past :itr-.n:i-» .-.„,! elicit
the continuance of a share oftuf-i, f.iv~:*. He
keeps constantly on hand in tj.c
Fine, Medium and Common .ivr!..r Suits.
Arm and Easy Chairs. Patent Rockers,
Lounges, Ottomans. Foot I! ,-. etc.. a!.*o a
full line of Upholstery Trimming*, Reps,
etc. Patent Reclining i.uu«e** In the
Hair, Moss, Wool. Excelsior and Husk mat
trasses, His stock of
is the largest ever brought r.. Ko.l WjUg
comprises Body Brussels. Tnpeetrr. all
wool Three and Two Ply. Extra Super In
grain, Chamber, Hall.ami Stair Carpets,
Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats. rt~. Tn the line of
He has Lace Curfnins, Lnmberkins, Win
dow Shades, etc.
He is prepared to do all kinds of uphol
etery, window furnishing. iu ike mattrasses,
fit and make carpeting, etc.. at short notice
and in the very best style -t workmanship.
Give him a call and examine goods and
learn prices. 50*3
Dr. H. S. Humphrey,
Late of E»u Claire, Wig., has remomed his
To WINONA, MINX.,
because o( its greater railroad facilities.
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Railroad Time Table.
.The trains on the M. and St. Paul,
railroad, depart from the Red Wing depot,
Freight at 2:40 a. in. Passsen'r 12:10 p, m.
at 8:25 a. m. 9:27 p.m.
Freight at 12:20 a. m. I Passeng'r 4:15 a.
at 5:15 p. m. 3:40 p.
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. m.
Leave for Chicago and the West, 12:20 p, n».
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Will Practicein allthe Courts of the State
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