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RED WING, JAN. 24, 1877.
Bailroad Time Table.
I IThe trains on the M. and St. Taul.
railroad depart from the Red Wing depot,
Freight at 2:40 a. in. Passsen'r 12:10 m.
at 8:25 a. in. 9:27 p. ui.
Freight at 12:20 a. in, Passeng'r 4:15 a. in
at 5-15 p. in. 3:40 p. ru
Chicago and North-Western Sail
Time of departure of Passenger Trains
from Winona, in effect January, 1876:
Leave for Chicago and the East, 4:50 m.
Leave for Chicago and the West, 12:20 D. in.
—Jericho Road, new book at Rose
boom & Sheldon's. tf
GOOD BOARD by the week, day or
meal, at Opera Hall Restaurant.
—Chilblains and Chapped Hands
cured by the application of "Forest Tar
—Masks of all kinds, shapes and
sizes, at wholesale and retail, at Law
rence & Co.'s
—The Red Wing Seminary has now
some sixty pupils, and is succeeding ad
mirably. The proprietors are more
than ever assured that their enterprise
will be a permanent success.
Mary had a little lamb,
It's fleece was white as snow.
She washed it with Dobbin's Soap,
That's what made it so.
For sale by E. P. Lowater, Third st.
—At the meeting ofWacouta Grange,
P. of H., held last Friday evening, up
wards of thirty dollars in cash was con
tributed toward aiding the sufferers
from the grasshopper plague.
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
—The most harassing symptoms of
Bronchitis and Consumption are palliat
ed and relieved by inhaling the hot
vapors of the Solution of "Forest Tar."
It cures Catarrh. 13w4
—Friends Romans Countrymen!
don't be bulldosed, but inquire prices at
Roseboom & Sheldon's before buying
—Mr. George H. Wedge, traveling
agent for Durand, Robison as Co., of
Milwaukee, made his January visit to
Red Wing on Friday last. Geerge al
ways finds a hearty welcome here. His
friends are numerous because he merits
good friends and a good many of them.
DOBBIN'S Electric Soap—
Saves Time Saves Labor
Saves Money Saves Clothes!
The best in the world.
And I sell it. E. P. Lowater, Third st.
—New book!! The Boston Experi
ment—by the author of Helen's Babies,
just received, price 50 cents, at Rose
boom & Sheldon's. tf
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.
—In another column will be found
an interesting letter from Rev. S. A.
Winsor, former pastor of the M. E.
church of this city. It was enclosed in
an enveloped bearing the card of "L. C.
Winsor, Printer," and embellished with
a picture, we presume, of the residence
of Rev. Mr. Winsor or somebody else,
with the domestic "critters" and a
"boy" in the foreground.
—The anniversary of the Goodhue
county Bible Society will be held in the
Methodist church on Sunday evening,
February 4th, at which the officers for
the ensuing year will be elected. It is
hoped that our citizens will show their
appreciation of the noble work of this
society by their attendance on this oc
casion and participation in the proceed
ings of the society. 2wl5
—SCARCITY OF MONEY.—There is
no doubt but the present condition of
all kinds of business and industry is
fearfully depressed, and it behooves ev
ery family to look carefully to their ex
penses. Winter is coming on when
children are liable to Croup, Whooping
Cough, etc. Coughs and Colds will
prevail everywhere, and Consumption,
with other throat and lung diseases,
will carry off many.—These diseases
should not be neglected. Doctor's bills
are expensive, and we would advise our
people to use Boschee's German Syrup.
It never has failed. One bottle at 75
cents will keep your whole family well
during the winter. Two doses will re
lieve any case. Sold in all towns in the
United States, and by your druggist
Messrs. Johnson Bros.
—See Cornelius new advertisement
Levi is on hand with anew advertise
ment, and as he is getting ready for
spring trade, you can buy winter goods
—The St. Paul Dispatch of Thurs
day said: "Two car loads of supplies
for the frontier sufferers were received
by the Governor, from Red Wing, this
—The ladies of the M. E. church
will give a refreshment sociable at the
residence of Mrs. G. L. Marble, East
avenue between 6th and 7th streets, on
Wednesday evening, Jainuary 31st.
The public cordially invited.
—When Belshazzar is over, and that
will be to night, it is hoped the world
will wag again as usual, and that this
cemmunity will be freed from the in
spection of exhumed Babylonian curi
osities, and allowed to resume their reg
—Don't forget that the Pomona
grange of this county meets at Burk
hardt's hall, Hay creek, on Friday next,
at ten o'clock, a. m., to install officers
and confer degrees. The installation
will be in open meeting and farmers
—-Gen. Jennison's Shakesperean
readings for the benefit of the high
school will commence on Tuesday next,
the 23d instant, at the hall of the Swed
ish Benevolent Society, in Centennial
block, Third street. He will then read
the drama of the "Midsummer's Night's
Dream." Tickets for the course of five
readings $1.00, and for a single evening
—A man named Luke Rolls, who
lives in Belle Creek, was severely in
jured on Saturday last, by a blow on
the head from a stick of wood in the
hands of a man named Benson. It
seems that the parties had some words,
when Benson seized the stick and struck
Rolls nearly killing him. Benson was
arrested and is to have a hearing on
—The following officers were duly in
stalled in Hay Creek grange on the 13th
Master, II. Burr
Overseer, W. Miller
Lecturer, R. Krieger
Treasurer, P. Stromberg
Chaplain, W. Hayman, Sen.:
Steward, J. Zignego
Asst. Steward, W. Krieger:
Secretary, W. Hayman, Jun:
Gate Keeper, A. Rose
Ceres, Mrs. R. Krieger
Pomona, Mrs. P. Stromberg:
Flora, Miss. S. Hayman
S. A. Steward, Miss Minnie Miller
—Mrs. I. B. Pratt, of Chester, Wa
basha county, has been canvassing this
city for the illustrated history of the
Centennial Exhibition, written by Mr.
James D. McCabe, and published by
the National Publishing Company. It
is an interesting and valuable work
compiled from the official record of the
exhibition, and is pronounced authentic
in historic and correct in descriptive ac
counts of this great exhibition. It has
350 elegant and very correct engravings
and is printed on good paper and in the
best style of the art. Mrs. Pratt is
agent for the work for Wabasha county
and the city of Red Wing and will re
turn here in from two to three weeks to
deliver the books ordered and will then
continue the solicitation of new orders.
Those of our citizens who desire the
work will do well to be ready for her
at that time if they want to know all
about the Centennial for $3.50, and, at
the same time, patronize a deserving
lady, who takes this method of making
up for the losses caused by the burning
of her residence a few months ago.
—The project of erecting another
steam mill in this city is rapidly devel
oping into a reality, and already about
$50,000 of stock has been subscribed,
with but very little canvassing. A fair
proportion of the stock is subscribed
by farmers and the intention is that the
organization shall be so formed as to
secure to these an influence in the di
rectorship sufficient to assure that the
business shall be managed in such man
ner as to be advantageous to the agri
cultural interests of the country. The
mill is to be first class in every respect
and to be supplied with all the latest
improvements, and it is now anticipated
that the building will be commenced at
the opening of spring, and pushed for
ward to completion as rapidly as possi
ble. One thing is certain, this country
generally is benefitted by the erection
of new mills, until the milling capacity
of the State is sufficient to grind all the
wheat raised here and Red Wing must
be the gainer by every new industrial
enterprise which may be instituted here.
Milling and manufacturing will attract
trade hither, and every business man
and property holder in the city will re
ceive more or less benefit by the in
crease of his business, or augmentation
of the value of his property. We
should all, therefore, do whac we can
for the success of every enterprise of
Mr. Editor A few weeks ago I
wrote a short article, with the promise
of a full description of the particulars
with the names of the parties concerned,
(being a banker and constable against
myself.) The editor of the GRANGE
ADVANCE absolutely refuses to publish
it because he says it would hurt him in
his business. Comment is entirely un
necessary. Respectfully Yours,
The above is not true. We refused
to publish the communication because
it was an unwarrantable and unneces
sary attack upon a business man of
this city, calculated to damage his rep
utation and Injure his business, and
could not possibly benefit anybody.
Moreover its publication would have
made us liable to a suit for slander,
and obnoxious to the charge of allowing
our paper to be usee as a medium for
PAINS in BACK, HEAD, HIMRT,
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, fyc, go to your
Druggists, Noesen Sf Funk, agents for
Red Wing. 43yl
The undersigned desires publicly to
express his thanks and gratitude to the
N. W. S. Co., his fellow firemen, and
the citizens generally who so generously
contributed towards replacing his tools
lost at the late fire. Friends, your gen
erosity is appreciated, and may the
blessings of a kind Providence rest upon
and prosper you. W. A. ORSER.
What is nicer or more lasting for a
present than a fine article in the jewel
ry line, Cornelius has the best and
largest stock of such goods. He is lo
cated on Bush st., next door to the old
Solid Gold Watches warranted to keep
correct time, for only $25 at Corne
GEMS OF ART.
You will find Cameo, Coral and fine
Gold Jewelry at Cornelius' that look
good enough to eat at lowest prices go-
A Pleasant Duty.
It is always a pleasure to recommend
a good article, especially one that so ad
mirably sustains all recommendations as
does Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, being per
fectly reliable in every respect. A se
vere cough or a neglected cold yields
readily to its wonderful power. By it
the worst cases of Asthma and Bron
chitis are cured in the shortest time
possible. Consumptive and Cough
worn patients will remember this reme
dy is guaranteed to give immediate re
lief. Dr. King'8 New Discovery is
pleasant to the taste and perfectly harm
less. As you value your existence you
can not afford to be without it. Give it
a trial. Trial bottles free. For sale
by all druggists.
Card of Thanks.
In behalf of the fire department of
the city of Red Wing we hereby tender
our sincere thanks to the citizens in gen
eral for their liberal patronage to us
during the State Fireman's Association
held in our city, and also to our noble
hearted and generous Mayor nd Citya
Council for their liberality to us on that
occasion, hoping that this department
may repay them for their kindness,
though trusting it may be long before
their services will be needed.
We heartily commend the deport
ment of the various delegates in attend
ance, and look with pride upon the
marked and entire absence of anything
like dissipation, believing it will have a
direct influence upon future meetings
for good. We return thanks also to the
proprietors of the St. James hotel, and
Hotel de Batlo for the care and atten
tion received at their hands, and to the
drum corps for their liberality in fur
nishing music for the occasion.
RED WIN a, Minn., Jan. 9,1877.
By order ef Committee.
Wheat continuesfirmat the advanced
quotations, viz., $115 for No. 2 and
$1.20 for No. 1, and to $1.25 for
heavier than the present standard
Corn is selling at 40@45c per bus.
Barley is selling at 75© 80c. for good
Oats bring 32@35c, with a fair sup
ply and demand.
Beef cattle steady at 2©3c per lb. as
Beet, dressed, 5©Cc. from wagons.
Hogs, live, are quoted at 4}^c. per Jb.
Pork, dressed, is selling at 0^©6%c.
Lard »s 10@12).Cc. per lb."by the
Butter is plentiful and sells at 15@
20c. per lb.
Eggs are scarce and sells at 20c. per
Poultry Turkeys, 8@10c. per lb. and
Chickens 8@10c. per lb. from wagons.
Prime live geese feathers are steady
at 55c. per lb.
Hides, green 0}4c. per lb., and dry at
Wood, hard maple, $4.00 oak, 3.00
soft woods, $2.00@$2.25 per. cord.
AN ACT to prevent the running at
large of cattle and other domestic
animals within the county of Good
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
SECTION 1. That it shall be unlaw
ful for any person or persons to allow
any cattle, horses, or other domestic
animals, owned by them, or of which
they may be in possession, or have con
trol, to run ut large upon the public
highways* or upon the lands of any oth
er person during any season of the year
Provided, That the provisions fof this
section shall not apply to any portion of
the State of Minnesota except the
county of Goodhue.
SEC. 2. This act shall take effect
and be in force from and after the first
day of April, A. D. 1874.
SEC. 3. All laws inconsistent with
the provisions of this act are hereby re
Approved, February 7, 1873.
Bush street next'door to old Post
Remember that when you buy of Corne
lius, you get full value for your money, he
warrants everything he sells to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded.
Special attention given to repairing and
rating watches, also general jewelry repair
ing done at reasonable prices.
—No extra charge for engraving.
VTOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE
closure by advertisement.
Default has been made in the condi
tions of a certain mortgage deed bear
ing date the fifteenth day of April, one
thousand eight hundred and seventy-six,
executed and delivered by Mary A. Ber
dam, and Fernando C. Berdam, her hus
band, mortgagors, to A. P. Boardman,
mortgagee, and duly recorded in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds of the
county of Goodhue, and State of Min
nesota, on the 17th dayof April, A. D.
1876, at eleven o'clock and fifty min
utes in the forenoon of said day, in book
twenty-nine ef mortgages, on page five
hundred and three.
The premises described in and cov
ered by said mortgage deed, are situate
in said Goodhue county and State of
Minnesota, and are known and describ
ed as follows to-wit: The north half
of the north-west quarter of the north
east quarter and the north half oT lot
number one (1), and all of lot number
five (5), and twenty acres oft the east
end of lot number four (4), all in sec
tion number seven (7), in township
number one hundred and eleven (111)
of range number seventeen (17) west,
containing one hundred acres.
There is claimed to be due on the
said mortgage and the debt thereby se
cured at the date of this notice to-wit:
January 24th, A. D. 1877, the sum of
seventy-seven dollars and forty-five
cents ($77.45), and no action or pro
ceeding has been instituted at law or
in equity to recover the debt secured
thereby or any part thereof.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of a power of sale contained in said
mortgage and recorded therewith and of
the statute in such case made and pro
vided, the said mortgage willbe foreclos
ed by a sale of the mortgaged premises
therein described for cash, which sale
will be made at the front door of the
Court House, in the city of Red Wing,
in the county of oroodhue and State of
Minnesota at public auction, by the
sheriff of said county, on Saturday the
10th day of March, A. D. 1877, 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 the costs and expenses of
sale and the Attorney's or Solicitor's fee,
stipulated in said mortgage to be paid
in case of foreclosure.
Dated January 24th, A. D. 1877.
A. P. BOARDMAN,
COLVILL & HOYT, Mortgagee.
Atty's for Mortgagee. 16w7
XTOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE
Default has been made in the condi
tions of a certain mortgage deed bear
ing date the ninth day of May A. D.
one thousand eight hundred sind seven
ty four, executed and delivered by Elius
Kuhns, Samuel Kuhns, Abraham
Kuhns and Henry Kuhns, of Goodhue
county, Minnesota, mortgagors, to
Quinton Bunch, of said county, mort
gagee, and recorded in the office of the
Register ot Deeds, of the county of
Goodhue, in the State of Minnesota, on
the 9th day of May, A. D. 1874, at
three o'clock and thirty minutes in the
afternoon of said day in book twenty
five of mortgage deeds on page two hun
dred and twenty six.
The premises described in and cov
ered by said mortgage are situate in the
coun*y of Goodhue ard State of Min
nesota, and are known and described
as follows to-wit: the north east
quarter of the north west quarter
of section number seventeen (17) in
township number one hundred and
thirteen (113) north of range number
fifteen (15) west, also the south east
quarter of the south west quarter of
section number eight (8) and lot num
ber ten (10) of said Bection number
eight (8) in said township number one
hundred and thirteen (113) north of
range number fifteen (15) west, ex
cepting therefrcm a strip of land one
hundred feet in width, being fifty feet
in width on each side of the center line
of the Saint Paul and Chicago railway
the same now being known as the Mil
waukee and Saint Paul railway, as the
same is located and constructed across
said lot number ten (10).
There is claimed to be due and there
is due upon said mortgage and the debt
secured thereby, at the date of this no
tice to-wit: January twenty-fourth, A.
D. eighteen hundred and seventy-seven,
the sum of two hundred and sixty five
dollars and eighty cents ($265.80-100)
together with an attorney's or solic
itor's fee of thirty dollars stipulated and
agreed to be paid in case of foreclosure
thereof. No action or proceeding at
law or otherwise has been instituted to
recover the amount, or any part thereof,
so as aforesaid due upon 6aid mortgage
Now, therefore, notice is hereby giv
en that under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale in said mortgage contained
and recorded therewith and pursuant to
the statute in such case made and pro
vided, said mortgage will be foreclosed
by the sale of the above described mort
gaged premises at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, and that such
sale will be made by the sheriff of said
county, on Saturday the tenth day of
March, A. D. eighteen hundred and
seventy-seven, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon of said day, at the front door of the
Court House in the city of Red Wing,
in the county of Goodhue, and State of
Minnesota, and the proceeds of said sale
will be applied to pay said sum and in
terest due on said mortgage, the costs
and expense of said sale and the attor
ney's fee of thirty dollars as specified in
Dated January 24th, A. D. 1870.
B. B. HERBERT Mortgagee.
Atty for Mortgagee. 16w7
Feed Mill and Store,
Third street near Bush,
For Toll or Cash.
A full stock of
GROUND FEED, CORN and OATS,
FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR,
Kept on hand and for sale at Lowest
Im3 F. C.BOYNTON.
THE IMPROVED HOWE SCALE
U. S. Standard
The only Scale with pro
Examine their Many Improvements.
Kept in Stock and for Sale by
NELSON & PETERSON
Baylies Great Mercantile College,
Keokuk, Iowa, on the Mississippi.
Nineteenth year. About sixty dollars
ay all expenses, for Membership,
Stationery. Book-keepers, Pen
men, Reporters, Operators, Architects,
Surveyors and Teachers thoroughly fit
ted. Railroad fair reduced. Good Situa
tions. No vocations. Don't fail to ad
dress Prof. Miller, Keokuk, Iowa.
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 Postul 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.
For Throat, Lung*. Asthma, and Kidney*.
orest Tar Solution,
Inhalation for Catarrh, Consumption,
Broucliuii, ..cu Asthma.
or Sorr Throat, Hoarseness, Tickling Cough and
Ft, nf iug the Areata.
rarest Tar Salve,
IMI, itdo.est Sores, Ulcers, Cuts, Burns,
uau iol I'llfb
orest Tar Soap,
('liaised Hands, Salt Uheum, Skin Diseases,
orest Tar Inhalers,
Inhaling for Catarrh, Consumption. Asthma.
For Sale by all Druggists.
TJ»OR the speedy Cur of Seminal W a
ness, Manhood and all disorders
brought on by Indiscretio or Excess
A Druggis has the ingredients
ADDRESS DR. JAQUES A CO., CINCINNATI, 0.
BneeHflon to Chipmaa, Co.,
629 Street, Washington, D. C.
American and Foreign Patents.
Patents procured in all countries. No FKKS I N
ADVANCE. No charge unless the patent is
granted. No fees for making preliminary ex
aminations. Special attention given to Inter
ference Cases before the Patent Office, Exten
sions before Congress, Infringement Suits in dif
ferent States, and all litigation appertaining te
Inventions or Patents. SEND STAMP FOB PAM
PHLET OF SIXTY PAGES.
United States Courts and Departments.
Claims prosecuted in the Supreme Court of the
United States, Court of Claims, Court of Com
missioners of Alabama Claims, Southern Claims
Commission, and all classes of war claims be
fore the Executive Departments.
Arrears of Fay and Bounty.
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS of the late
war, or their heirs, are in many cases entitled to
money from the Government, of -which they have
no knowledge. Write fall history of service, and
state amount of pay and bounty received. En
close stamp, and a full reply, after examination,
will be given you free.
All OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS wounded,
ruptured, or injured in the late war, however
slightly, can obtain a pension, many now receiv
ing pensions are entitled to an Increase. Send
stamp and information will be furnished free.
Claimants, whose attorneys have been sus
pended, will be gratuously furnished with full
information and proper papers on application to
As we charge no fee nnless successful, stamps
for return postage should be sent us.
United States General land Office.
Contested Land Cases, Private Land Claims,
Slining, Pre-emption and Homestead Cases, pros
ecuted before the General Land Office and De
partment of the Interior.
Old Bounty Land Warrants.
We pay cash for them. Where assignments are
imperfect we give instructions to perfect them.
Mall Contractors a others
We act as attorneys for such in procuring con
tracts, making collections, negotiating loans and
attending to all business confided to us.
Liberal arrangements made with attorneys in
all classes of business.
Address G-ILMORE & CO.,
P. O. Box Washington, D. C.
WASHINGTON, D. November 24,187ft
I take pleasure in expressing my entire confi
dence in the responsibility and fidelity of the
Law, Patent and Collection House of GILMOBE
It Co., of this city.
GEO. H. B. WHITE.
(Cashier of the National Metropolitan Bank.)
NONPAREIL FARM MILLS
.. For grinding COBN aad COB COB1T-MEAL, OATS),
Vt •mnrMndefGrmim,tomntmfmr 108ZBES.(arBAJIB
O or POWER, lll^trwttd Pampiltt Frtt.
T. -T I 1B1 W a t*~*-mfll
f_! This medicine is no compound from weeds
«J4 grown in a cow pasture in Maine or the foot
hills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, but
from the Australian Blue Gum leaf. There
lore, after all other known remedies have
cTfailed and you are struck with death, try
JjJ the Eucalyptus and be convinced that there
JEX is one man living that can tell the truth in
this centennial year of National ccrtaption.
p^Will Cure Inflammation iu KladJer and
g£ Will cure Coughs and Lung Complaints,
O Will cure Feverand Ague, and Rheumatism
P5 Will cure Sore Mouth and Throat.
fj Will euro Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
J. WILKIXS, 212 7th Ave. Clinton, Iowa.
-3 For sale by F. A. POOLE, Red
mug, Minn. 45m3
A large variety of styles of
"1PIANOS and ORGANS!
O THE BEST QUALITY, AND
ON VER LIBERA TERMS.
ca Call and see before purchasing.
Music Rooms adjoining Dental Booms.
F. A. WILLIAMSON, Agent.
«G. H. & W. H. CRARY,
in Doctors of Dental Surgery
Oifice in new Post Office Block.
Residence on Third street, with
F. Towne. Red Wing, Minnesota.