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RED WING, APRIL 25, 1877.
Railroad Time Table.
T4io trains on tho C. M. a nil St. Paul,
railroad depart irom tho Red Wing depot,
Freight at 2-40 a.m. Passsen'r 12:10 p. m.
.it S 23 a. m. 9.27 p.m.
Freight at 12 20 a. in, Passeng'r 4.15 a.
at 5-15 p. ui. I 3.40 p.
Chicago and North-Western Rail
Time of departure of Passenger Trains
from Winona, in effect January, 1876:
Leave for Chicago and the East, 4:50 p. in.
Lea\ for Chicago nad the AVest, 12:20 u. in.
Stages leave this city as follows:
For Cannon Falls, daily, at two o'clock,
p. m. from National Hotel.
For Zuinbrota, daily, at two o'clock p. in.
from National hotel.
For Hader, Kenyon and Faribault, Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 o'clock,
a. m. from Batlo hcuse
For Bay City, Esdaile and Ellsworth,
Wis., Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2 p. m.
from National hotel.
For Trenton, Diamond Bluff, Prescott
and River Falls, Wis., Tuesdays and Satur
days, at 2 o'clock p.m. from Batlo house*
Steamers for St. Louis and intermediate
points at 7 o'clock p. m., daily.
—Pianos and Organ moved in any part
ef the city, at reasonable rates, by S. W.
Roberts. Leave orders with him or at this
—R. B. Kellogg, expressman has slates
for orders at Hawley & Kellogg's drag
store at this office and at McDonald & Kel
logg's furniture store. Orders left at either
place will be attended to promptly, 18wCm
—New Goods at Mrs. Charles.
—For Pure Drugs goto Poole's.
—Poole's Cough Syrup is the best.
•—Several advertisements unavoidably
—Paper Hanging and kalsomining
—If you want to buy a Shawl go to
the Auction store.
—.Picture frames made to order at
Lawrence & Co.
—An entire new stock just opened at
the Auction store.
—Call at Mrs. Charles and see her
new stock of goods.
—.Ostrich and turkey feather dusters
.it Lawrence & Co.
—The best place to buy Patent Med
icines, is at Poole's drug store.
—'Fishing tackle, the best assortment
in the city, at Noesen & Funk's.
—.Wall paper the latest styles and
lowest prices, at Lawrence & Co,
—Mr. Clarence La Due, of Roches
ter, was in the city on Friday last.
—A full line of linens for ladies and
and boys, now at the Auction store.
—Take the "Forest Tar" for all kid
ney complaints. It will do the work
—A fuil line of Prints and Cambrics
to be closed out cheap at the Auction
—Why is it that "a dog to the man"
is a necessity Let the nuisance be
—Wall paper and window curtains
of very latest patterns at Noesen &
—Is not the city responsible for dres
es torn by the projecting nails on the
—.Lakeside Library consisting of
standard works only ten cents each, at
Lawrence & Co.
—Cashmeres, Alpacas, Brilliantinses,
in blacks and colars, cheapest in town
at the Auction store.
—'The social club dance at Temper
ance hall is postponed till Wednesday
evening next, May 2d.
—Mrs. Charles is now in receipt of
the new goods she purchased during her
recent trip to the East.
—Cashmeres, Jeans, Cottonades,
Ticking, cheapest in town, at the Auc
tion store. Give us a call. It will pay
—The union meetings on Monday
evenings, at 1% o'clock, at the Y. M.
C. A. rooms, continue to be held regu
—See "Pocket Book Offer" in this
issue. The Cutler Importing Co., is
highly spoken of by the advertising
—From L. G. Kniffen, Esq., State
Agent of Wisconsin, P. of II., we have
received a copy, of the Price List for the
—We are under obligations to Rev. J.
W. Hancock, County Superintendent of
Education, for a copy of the School
Laws of this State.
—.Homeopathic medicines at Poole's.
—The finest Toilet articles at Noesen
—.A few Mark Twain's Scrap Book
at Lawrence & Co.
—For Wall Paper, Window Curtains
go to Noesen & Funk's.
—A full line of millinery goods just
received at Mrs. Charles.
—For ladies' Linen Suits you will
find a full line at the Auction store.
—Wall Paper, Picture Frames and
Children's Carriages at Lawrence &
Latest styles millinery eoods, a full
assortment, carefully selected for this
market, just received by Mrs. Charles
direct from the East.
—It hasn't been Sunday every day
for the past ten days in Red Wing, but
it has seemed like it. Farmers are too
busy seeding to come to town.
—If you want to whisper to your
friends, use Lr. Crary's tooth powders.
They will clean your teeth and give
your breath an agreeable odor.
—Mr. B. J. Taylor, of Featherstone,
has just received fiom Dodge county,
Wis., a thorough bred Poland China
pig. He is about ten weeks old.
—42 in. and 9-4 muslin, Table Lin
ens, Lace Curtains, Hosing, Bustles,
Corsets, Gloves, Parasols, you will
find an endless variety at the Auction
—.The market during the past woek
has been utterly unquotable. Sales
have been made as high as $1.G0@1.62,
we are told. The war news having oc
casioned the advance.
—.We are informed that some sneak
thief robbed Mr. John Barrow's stable,
in the west part of town, of a buffalo
overcoat one day last week. Look out
for these light-fingered visitors.
—That canopied willow-ware pony
phaeton that Messrs. John McLean and
Frank Webster are pleasuring in is not
the property of the Webster & Co. liv
ery 8table. You cannot hire it.
—On Thursday (fast day) there will
be a noon day prayer meeting at the Y.
M. C. A. rooms in the Post Office build
ing? second story, beginning at 12
o'clock and continuing half an hour.
—.Just as we go to press Mr. John
X. Davidson of St. Paul, informs us
that an excursion to attend the Titus
Oates Opera in St. Paul will be organ
ized for the 3d, 4th and 5 th of May
—^Persons wishing to purchase heavy
platform spring wagons would do well
to notice the one built by Eappel &
Bros, for Mr. A. L. Atherton, of Wa
couta, to be used on the road as a fish
—The Cannon Falls Beacon doubts
the truth of our mention of Mr. O.
Dow's remarkable luck in killing three
pickerel at one shot. It says that the
story is fshy. That's exactly what Mr.
Dow thought of his luck.
—Mr. F. Nichol9, of South Red Wing,
who has been spending the winter in
Arkansas, returned on Saturday night
last. He reports that the winter south
has been unusually cold and disagreea
ble. The coldest known for a genera
—Mr. Wm. Eisenbrand, the well
known and popular clothier of Red
Wing, is laying in a large and well se
lected stock of Spring and Summer
clothing for men and boys, and a great
variety of Gent's Furnishing Goods and
—The programme for the Orpheus
Club Concert, to be given at Opera
Hall on Monday night, is published and
is a very attractive one. The sale of
reserved seats will commence at nine
o'clock Friday morning, at Lawrence &
Co. '8 bookstore.
—Mr. F. Kreiger is building a small
frame in the lot of his residence, corner
of Eastern avenue and the Hay Creek
Valley road, and intends establishing a
grocery and general merchandise store
there. It will be a great convenience
to that neighborhood.
—Take notice that the Orpheus Club,
comprising the accomplished artists,
Miss Melvino Marcy, and Messrs. Paul
Biersach, W. H. Buckelew, Fred
Will and A. F. Goodyear, will give one
of their attractive entertainments at
Opera Hall, on Monday evening next,
May'30th. Tickets will be for sale at
Lawrence & Co.'s bookstore. This
troupe has a very high reputation and
is said to be unexcelled by any concert
company now traveling.
—Timothy und Garden Seeds nt Noe
ens «fc Funk's.
—Leave your orders for Sheet Music
at L.iwrence & Co's. 25tf
—.Blank books, account books, pass
books, note books, receipt books and
draft book* at Noesen & Funk's.
—Four or five bourJei* wanted for
the season. Location within a block
and a half of the pobt office. Apply to
W. S. Grow.
—.A farm for sale. 80 acres of land
Situate in town
C. N. Akers,
—The Boston Philharmonic Conceit
troupe had a full house at their enter
tainment nt Opera Hall, on the 19th in
stant, and the audience was highly
pleased. The company maintained the
reputation it has acquired andiwhich all
competent judges concede that it de
—A large and thoroughly assorted
stock of new goods is being received at
the Dubuque store and Mr. Taake, the
gentlemanly agent in charge thereof,
assures us that he will have everything
his customers want in the staple and
fancy dry goods lines and be able to sell
the same, as usual, at exceedingly low
prices. This establishment has become
very popular by reason Df the fair and
honorable dealing practiced and because
the stock is constantly well kept up.
—The residence of Mr, H. Parks, on
Fifth street, was entered on last Friday
night and a watch and chain, seven dol
lars in money and a Knight-Templar
badge stolen therefrom. The articles
were taken from Mr. Parks' sleeping
room, and the fact that he did not wak
en proves that he isn't troubled much
about being defeated for tie City Coun
cil. The singular feature of the theft
is the taking of the badg«, wh'ch was
pinned on Mr. Parks' ve6t.
—To-day (Saturday, April 31st.)
Mr. Wm. Herbert looks as if nothing
unfortunate had ever happened to him,
though it has beenjust a week since Dr.
Hewitt, of this city, cut a tumor as
large as a man's thumb from his lower
lip. Mr. Herbert is the father of Mr.
B. B. Herbert, is well advanced in
years and has a somewhat delicate
physical organization, yet he has not
been sick a day from the effects of the
—Witney is removing his business
from the frame building hehas occupied
hitherto into the brick block near the
corner ofMain and Broad streets, two
doors from his present location. He will
have more room there than he requires
for his gun and pistol business, so he
intends to devote it to the use of the
public by selling every description of
articles any one may have tojell on com
mission. This is a business which we
think Red Wing ought to have. See his
advertisement in another column.
—The old railroad bonus bonds are,
at length, settled. On Tuesday of last
week Hon. Judge Flandreau, attorney
for the St. Paul & Chicago railway com
pany, came down from St. Paul
with the papers releasing the city
from all obligation to the company upon
the delivery of bonds to the amount of
$45,000 according to the cdmpromise.
The release was submitted to Judge
Wilder and City Attorney Wilson, who
approved of and accepted thesame in
behalf of the city, and the new city
bonds were duly delivered in return.
of Colville Akers, Centennial block.
—C. Peterson & Co. at their store
on Main street next to Dow's old meat
market, are ready to get up window
screens cheaper than the cheapest.
Leave orders early and secure good
screens cheap and in time for the
first flies. They have landscape,
figured and plain wire-cloth and war
rant their work to give satisfaction.
—Excavations for both the steam
mills are completed and the laying o*
the foundations walls is now commenced.
The work is being pushed ahetd as rap
idly as possible. Mr. Clum is engaged
as superintendent of the building of the
La Grange mill, and the contrast for
the machinery of that mill has, we learn,
been awarded to the North Star Works
—On Thursday next the fasi day will
be observed by the various religious
bodies this city. At the Swedish
Lutheran church there will be both
morning and evening service. At the
Episcopal church, also, there will be ser
vice in the morning and eveniig. The
Presbyterians, Methodists andjBaptists
have a union service at half-past ten
o'clock a. m., in the Baptist church,
and the usual evening prayer jaeetings
in their respective churches,
—.Choice Perfumery at Poole's.
—.Colgates Toilet Soaps at Poole's.
—Croquets, cheap, at Noesen &
—Graining and Frescoeing hy
—If you have a cough go to Poole's
—.Timothy and garden seeds at Noe
sen & Funk's.
—Youngdahl does carriage painting
in best style.
—'Farmers, buy your Machine Oils
at Poole's Drug Store.
—The best assortment of perfumery
and soap at Noesen & Funk's.
10,000 Rolls Wall Paper, new styles
just received from manufacturers by F.
—The rooms recently occupied by B.
£. Herbert and the GRANGE ADVANCE
are for rent. Inquire of Hawley &
—Mr. F. C. Boynton has a desirable
building lot in the South Addition to
Red Wing, which he offers at a low
price as he needs the money in his mill.
—Miss Katie Gorman, (successor of
Madame Bissonette, desires her friends
and the public to know that she has a
full stock of all kinds of millinery goods,
of latest styles and patterns, just re
ceived direct from the East. Also, that
Madame Bissonette will remain in the
establishment during the summer and
conduct the business of making and
trimming hats, bonnets, &c, and clean
ing and making over into later styles al]
sorts of straw hats or bonnets. At the
old stand on Main street next to the
—In our notice of the Council pro
ceedings last week, a reduction of $5.00
per month in the salaries of the police
was noticed. We are inclined to be
lieve that this is hardly a praiseworthy
saving. Policemen are required to be
on duty a good many hours and their
business is thankless if not dangerous.
To get good men in such positions it is
essential that they should have good
pay, and $50 a month is not too much.
We do not believe that the Council wall
incur any .degree of popular displeasure
if they shall reconsider this act. Our
present policemen are good officers add
nobody will be likely to object to their
being paid living wages.*
Spring and Summer
The Weil-Known and Popular
"ONE PRICE" CLOTHIERS,
Have now ready for Inspection and for Sale one of the best
MEETS YOUTHS' AND BOYS'
Ever brought to this city. Just think of it:
Men's Full Suits from $4.00 up. All-Wool Suits for Boys $3.50.
WE GUARANTIE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
To all for every dollar's worth of Goods you buy from us. We do no cut-throat business, but our motto is:
A I AND SQUAR E DEALING
All goods warranted as represented or money refunded. Give us a call. Remember our establishment
is on Plumb street near Mam, opposite the well known house of G. R. Sterling & Co.
—Two houses and lots in Red Wing
to exchange for farm property. Apply
to E. A. Sargent, Burnside township. P.
O. Address: Red Wing. 27tf.
—Be Clean and Handsome, and in
order to be so call on Ingraham
Crisler, at their shop in rear^of Parker's
old stand, Third st., or at Poole's drug
and have them do your White
Washing, Kalsomining, Paper Hanging,
Painting, Graining, etc., in the "toni
est" style and cheap as dirt. Mixed
Paints for sale. 28w2
—All nervous, exhausting, and pain
ful diseases speedily yield to the cura
tive influences of Pulvermacher's Elec
tric Belts ani Bands. They are safe,
simple, and effective, and can be easily
applied by the patient himself. Book,
with full particulars, mailed free. Ad
dress Pulvermacher Galvanic Co., Cin
cinnati, Ohio. 28yl
—Messrs. Latham & Christofson,
having bought the entire apparatus for
moving buildings, pile driving, dam
building, &c, of Mr. D. Kelly, are pre
pared to do work in their line with
promptness. Both are men of practical
experience in their line of business.
Mr. Christofson may bo found at the
Central House, where orders may be
left, and they will receive prompt at
—Notwithstanding the fact that we
have been "fairly elected" to supply the
people for 40 miles around with cheap
and desirable Boots and Shoes of all
kinds, yet attempts have been made to
have us "counted out." In conse
quence of which we have declared
"wah" on high prices and long credits
and in the future as in the past, will
sell the most and best goods for the
least money. Respectfully,
G. R. STERLING & Co.
—It seems that the order changing
the train time on the C, M. and St. P.
railway, issued by our contemporary
last week, had not been deeided upon
by the managers of the road. Hence,
its publication in the Republican was,
to say it softly, premature. We believe
that an effort is being made to procure
this change and we hope that it will be
successful. By the way, why cannot
such change be made as wjll permit of
connections at Winona or Minnesota
City with trains on the North-western
road This would be a great conven
ience to the traveling public.
THE POPULAR ONE PRICE CLOTHIER OP RED WIXG.
—AN HISTORICAL F^CT.—Every
agent who has been steadily selling the
Improved $20 Homestead Sewing Ma
chine for three years, owns his dwelling
house, has a good aecount in bank, is
clear of debt, and has money at interest,
—the natural consequence of securing a
I good agency for superior goods at the
lowest prices. A goodfirst-classSew
ing Machine, most useful—reliable at
all times, easy to understand and con
trol, the same size and does the same
work as any machines that sell at four
times the price. There is no machine
at any price better, or that will do finer
or more work, and certainly none so
low in price by many dollars. The
Homestead is widely known and used
in thousands of families in the Eastern
and Middle States, and daily becoming
popular in the West. It will save its
cost several times over in one season,
doing the work of the family, or will
earn four or five dollars a day for any
man or woman who sews for a living*
It is the strongest machine made, is
ready at all times to do its work, makes
the strongest' and finest stitch yet in
vented, and is fully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing Machine.
Price, complete for domestic use, $20,
delivered at your door, no matter how
remote you may reside. Business per
manent and honorable, with more cer
tain and rapid sales, and larger profits
than any other. Extraordinary liberal
offers made to local or traveling agents
where we have none established or, if
there is no agent near you, send your
order direct to the factory. Address
John H. Kendall & Co., 421 Broadway,
—CUT THW OUT-IT MAY SAVE YOUR
LIFE.—There is no person living but
what suffers more or less with Lung
Disease, Coughs, Colds or Consump
tion, yet some would die rather than
pay 75 cents for a bottle of medicine
that would cure them. Dr. A. Bos
chee's German Syrup has lately been
introduced in this country from Ger
many, and its wondrous cures aston*
ish every one that trys it. If you
doubt what we say in print, cut this
out and take it to your druggists, John
son Bros, andget a sample bottle for 10
cents and try. it, or a regular size for
75 cents. 15w40
PAINS in BACK, HEAD, HE JRT,
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, ire, go to your
Druggists, Noesen & Funk, agents for
Red Wing. 'u 43yl
—Diseases of.the Kidneys affect the
whole system. Should not be neglected
a single day. Tar acts directly and is
the natural remedy. Take the "Forest
Tar it is a pure preparation and
cures when other remedies fail.