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RED WING, MAY 2, 1877.
KaUroad Time Table.
Tho trains on tue M. and St. Paul,
railroad dquirt from the Red AVIiig depot,
Freight at 2-10 a.m. I Pnssscn'r 12-10
8:25 a. in. 9:27
COIN ft I:ST-
Freight at 12-20 a. m. I\isJ.c-ng'r -1 15 .v.
at 5-15 p. m. 3.10 p. IU
Chicago and North-Western Hail
of departure of Passenger Trains
from 'Winona, effect January, 1ST6:
Leave for Chicago and the East, 4:50 p. m.
Leave for Chicago nad the West. 12:20 p. in.
Stages leave this city as follows:
For Cannon Falls, d.uly, at two o'clock,
p. m. from National Hotel.
For Zumorota, daily, at two o'clock p. m.
from National hotel.
For Hader. Kenyon and Faribanlt, Tues
days, Thursdays »*nd Saturdays at 7 o'clock,
a. m. from Batlo hcuse
For Bay City, Esdailo 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 from Batlo house-
Steamers for St. Louis and intermediate
points at 7 o'clock p. in., 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 IIawle3T & Kellogg's drug
store at this office and at McDonald & Ke\
l°gs' furniture store. Orders left at either
place will be attended to promptly, lSwGin
—For Pure Drugs go to Poole's.
—Poole's Cough Syrup is the best.
—.Linen suits for ladies at Guy
—Building Association meets Satur
—Paper Hanging and kalsomining
—If you want to buy a Shawl go to
the Auction store.
—.Picture frames made to order at
Lawrence & Co.
—Note, Draft and Receipt books, at
Noesen & Funk's.
—.A fine assortment of embroideries
at Guy Graham's.
—An entire new stock just opened at
the Auction store.
—.Ostrich and turkey
at Lawrence & Co.
—.The best and cheapest Black Al
pacas at Boxrud Bros.
—Ladies' Linnen Suits and Cash
mere Cloaks at Boxrud Bros.
—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,
—.Ed. Johnston's stab?e contains
some exce?£ent horses and vehic?es.
—A full line of linens for ladies and
and boys, now at the Auction store.
—A full line of staple and fancy
dry goods and notions at Guy Graham's.
—The "Forest Tar Soap" is the
cleanest, nicest and best for the toilet.
—Fine, five cents a share, if you for
get or neglect the Building Association.
—Unlanndried Shirts the best in the
city for $1.00 and $1.25 at Boxrud
r— Mrs. Charges is prepared to bZeach,
coJor and "do over" hats, etc., in spring
—We notice that J. C. Bergh is now
employed in Mr. Simmons' dry goods
—A fail line of Prints and Cambrics
to be closed out cheap at the Auction
—Wall paper and -window curtains
of very latest patterns at Noesen &
—For your Blank Books go to Noe
sen & Funk's and save from 10 and 15
—J. W. Steele, Esq., has made ar
rangements for removing to Lake City
in a few weeks.
—.Lakeside Library consisting of
Standard works only ten cents each, at
£awrence & Co.
£—Cashmeres, Alpacas, Brilliantinses,
/blacks and colars, cheapest in town
A the Auction store.
—Cashmeres, Jeans, Cottonades,
^Ticking, cheapest in town, at the Auc
/tion store. Give us a call. It will pay
—.Homeopathic medicines at Poole's.
—A tine lot of trimming silks at Guy I
—The finest Toilet articles at Noe-eu
—The best brand if tine cut Tobacco
at Noesen & F'-nk'*.
—A few Mark Twain'* Scrap Uook
at Lawrence & Co.
—Linen Handkerchiefs for Tic a
piece at Boxrud Bro*.
—For AVall Paper, "Window Curtains,
go to Noesen & Funk's.
—New styles of millinery just re
ceived at Guy Graham's.
—Another lot of Hamburg Edging at
low figures at Boxrud Bros.
—For ladies' Linen Suits -you will
find a full line at the Auction store.
—Wall Paper, Picture Frames and
Children's Carriages at Lawrence &
—We haven't a word to say about
the interior railroad lines this week.
"Things are a working."
—.Blank books, account books, pass
books, note books, receipt books and
draft books at Noesen & Funk's.
—Price List of Wall Paper.
Brown, Gets- per Hell
Buff, 7cts. per Boll.
White, Sets, per Soil,
Satin, 15cts. per Boll.
All new Patterns and of the best
quality. F. A- Poole, cor. Bush and
Third sts., Bed Wing Minn.
—.Choice Perfumery at Poole's.
—Timothy and Garden Seeds at Noe
ens & Funk's.
—Leave your orders for Sheet Musie
at Lawrence & Co's. 25tf
—Memorandum and Pocket books
at Noesen & Funk's.
—Goldfish and Glass Globes for same
for sale at Noesen & Funk's.
10,000 Rolls Wall Paper, new styles
just received from manufacturers by F.
—Carpets. A large stock of carpets
of the latest styles, just opened and will
be sold cheaper than ever at Boxrud
—.The opening of spring miMnery
and fancy goods at Mrs- Charges' will
take pZace of Thursday and Friday,
May 3d and 4th. All invited.
—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 Red Wing Building Associa
tion will meet at Music Hall on next
Saturday evening at eight o'clock. Ad
dresses by Messrs. O. M. ILill and C.
—E. P. Watson, who has just re
turned from Stevens county reports
everything prosperous in that region,
and that no grasshoppers have put in
an appearance as yet.
—The Methodists young folks will
have an entertainment and sociable at
Temperance hall on next Tuesday eve
ning, May 8th. An agreeable occasion
may be confidently expected.
—Richings' Opera Company is to be
here on the 17th, at Opera Hall. This
is a splendid company and will give an
attractive entertainment. Let every
body make up their minds to this fact.
—vColgates Toilet Soaps at Poole's.
—.Croquets, cheap, at Noesen &
—Graining and Frescoeing by
—If you ha\e a cough go to Poole's
—.Timothy and garden seed-s at Noe
sen i!c Funk'h.
—Youngdahl doe* carriage painting
in best st\U.
—'Farmers, buy your
at Poole's Drug Store.
—The best assortment of perfumery
and soup at Noesen & Funk's.
—ENenhrand has got that new stock
of clothing, notions, Jcc, but has not
yet had time to get out an advertise
—Four or five boarders wanted for
the season. Location within a block
and a half of the post office. Apply to
W. S. Grow.
—Two houses and lots in lied Wing
to exchange for farm property. Apply
to E. A. Sargent, Burnside township. P.
O. Address: Red Wing. 27tf.
—The Baptist Sunday School hold
their Sciopticon exhibition next Tuesday
evening. Old and young, little and big
are instructed and delighted.
—.A farm for sale. 80 acres of land
30 improved. Situate in town of Vasa.
Apply to C. N. Akers, in office
of Colville Akers, Centennial block.
—Richter's iron-clad grocery store on
Third street is approaching completion,
as is also the brick of Brink & Simmons.
And Mr. Williams has started a new
brick on the west side of the Centen
—Messrs. Boxrud Bros, have for the
last two weeks been receiving their
large stock of Goods, consisting of ltry
Goods, Carpets, Hats and Caps, Boots
and Shoes, Groceries, &c, which they
will sell at the very bottom prices.
Call and see them.
—Mr. D. L. Druce, of Roscoe has
purchased a Yandever Corn Planter, a
very ingenious machine with which a
man and boy may easily plant 20 acres
a day and do it well. Mr. Howard
Libb}7, of Featherstone has the agency
for their sale in this locality.
—Family Table Beer in pint and
quart bottles, warranted to keep good
iu all weather, for sale by Frederick &
Hack, from Philip Best's popular brew
ing establishment, Milwaukee. This
beer is highly recommended as a pure,
healthful and refreshing beverage.
—We are told by persons from west
tern and southern parts of the county
that snow fell there during Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday to the depth of sev
eral inches, the drifts being four or five
feet deep in many places on the road,
and that it was still there on Tuesday
when they came into the city.
'—Mr. David Taylor, of Goodhue
county, Minnesota, who recently pur
chased forty acres of land lying east of
this village of Sherlock Wales, has
moved into town, occupying the Libby
house. Mr. Taylor intends to erect a
fine dwelling-house and barn on his land
during the summer.—River Falls Jour
—The latest improvement that burg
lars have availed themselves of is
chloriform. By .the adroit use of this
drug they put their victims into deep
slumber and then rob the house at their
leisure. As some of these gentry are
known to be in this vicinity our readers
will do well to keep on the lookout for
—American medicated Blackberry
Brandy, for sale by Freiderick & Hack,
is represented to be a never failing cure
for cholera morbus, diarrhoea, dysen
tery, flux and all kindred diseases. It
relieves pain, gives tone to the stomach,
restores the bowels to a natural condi
tion and invigorates the system, and it
is at the same time palatable and cheap.
—We learn that an effort will be
made to have the Orpheus Club return
here in a few weeks, when it is hoped
a full audience can be obtained for them.
They certainly deserve this compliment
and we hope those who have taken the
management of this matter in hand may
be successful in securing the patronage
they desire. We will keep our readers
posted as to the time if the movement
—.J. Simmons, successor of Simmons
& Strandnes, is still engaged in opening
and arranging his new goods, of which
he has purchased an extraordinary large
lot. His assortment is very full, com
prising all varieties of white goods, lin.
ens, dress goods, prints, etc., also a
splendid lot of shawls, fancy goods, and
notions. By nest week he will have had
time to arrange them for display. He
bought while-prices were at their low
est point and will sell cheap.
—Help for the weak, nervous, and
debilitated. Chronic and painful dis
eases cured without medicine. Electric
Belts and other appliances, all about
them and how to distinguish the genu
ine from the spurious. Book, with full
particulars, mailed free. Address Pul
vermacher Galvanic Co., 292 Vine
Street, Cincinnati, O. 29yl
—Report of the Red Wing public
schools for the month ending April 27,
No. of days of school, 19.
No. of pupils enrolled, 935.
Average daily attendance, 82G 8
Half-days attendance, 31412
Half-days absence, 1G07
Tardiness of pupils, 135
Per cent, ef attendance, 95 1
Per cent, of punctuality, 99 0
Number of visitors, 88
Tardiness of teachers, 1
—At a meeting of the City Council
held April 17th, Mayor Sterrett an
nounced the following standing com
mittees for the ensuing year, viz:
Streets and alleys, Simmons, Seeback
Taxes, Seeback, Carlson and Howe.
Levee, Howe, Carlson and Seeback.
Fire Department, Seeback, Carlson
License, Carlson, Howe and Seeback,
Cemetery, Howe, Carlson and See
Ferry, Seeback, Carlson and Howe.
Claims, Carlson, Simmons and Howe.
Police, Howe, ^Carlson and Simmons.
On last Monday evening the Council
held a meeting and appointed Prof. II.
B. Wilson city assessor for the coming
—Of all medicines calculated to cure
affections of throat, chest and lungs, we
know of none wo can begin to recom
mend so highly as Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness,
Tickling in the Throat, loss of voice,
&c. It does 2^osiUoeli/ cure, and that
where everything else has failed. No
permanent cures as have already been
wrought by this wonderful remedy. For
the Asthma and Bronchitis it is a perfect
specific, curing the worst cases in the
Spring and Summer.
The Well-Known and Popular
ONE PRICE" CLOTHIERS
Have now ready for Inspection and for Sale one of the best
S. YOUTHS' AND BOYS'
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 oar motto is:
A I A N S A E E A I N
All goods warranted as represented or money refunded. Give us a call,
is on Plumb street near Main, opposite the well known house of G. R. Sterling
shortest time possible. We would say
by all means give it a trial. Three doses
will relieve the worst case. Trial bottles
free. Regular size $1.00. For sale by
—The concert at Opera Hall last eve
ning by the Orpheus Club was really a
delightful entertainment notwithstand
ing the exceedingly slim audience in at
tendance. Miss Melvino Marcy sang
the "Sky Lark" and "Jenny Lind's
Bird Song," and her performance was
one rarely surpassed. She has a splen
did voice naturally and it is well trained
and under excellent control. Messrs.
Biersach and Buckelew are both good
singers, and the former's whistling solo
was very fine. Mr. Fred Will's violin
solos were good and Mr. Goodyear's
performances on the piano showed him
to be a master of that instrument. Red
Wing has had a surfeit of concerts re
cently which accounts for the limited
—Positive Results. There are num.
erous remedies that cure something and
become trusted as useful, but none have
ever proved so effectual-cured so many
and such remarkable cases—«as Dr
Ayer's medicines. The Cherry Pec
toral has restored great numbers of pa
tients who were thought to be hopelessly
affected with consumption. Ague cure
breaks up chills and fever quickly and
surely. Ayer's Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla eradicates scrofula and
impurities of the blood, cleanses the
system and restores it is vigorous health.
By its timely use many troublesome
disorders that cause a decline of health
are expelled or cured. Ayer's Pills and
their effects are too well known every
where to require any commendation from
us herd.—Scranton (Pa.) Times.
—Fast day was observed very gener
ally in this city, considering that there
are so many church-members who were
free to declare their opinion that they
did not believe it would do any good to
pray for relief from the grasshopper
plague. The Baptist church, in which
the union meeting of the Baptists*
Methodists and Presbyterians was held,
was well filled in the morning, when
Rev R. F. McLaren, of the latter con
gregation preached »n interesting ser
mon on the occasion. At the Episcopal
church there was a fair attendance, and
at the other churches generally the au
diences were as large as is.usual on
week-day occasions. Qnite a number
THE POPULAR ONE PRICE CLOTHIER OF RED WING.
of our buine?s men closed up their
stores for the day, and others for part
of the day. Altogether Red Wing may
be said to have complied with the Gov
ernor's request and devoted the day to
—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.
—The Oates' English Comic Opera
Company are to give a series of concerts
at the Opera House in St. Paul, com
mencing to-morrow (Thursday) evening
and continuing three nights, with a
matinee Saturday afternoon. The ad
mission to the concerts will be §1.00 to
the dress circle and $1.50 to the orches
tral chairs. Mr. John X. Davidson,
manager of the Opera House, has made
an arrangement with the railroad com
pany by which persons desiring to at
tend the concerts may secure transpora
tion to St. Paul and back for 60 per
cent, of the regular fare, or if an excur
sion party of forty or more persons is
made up they can go and return for
half-fare. Messrs. Lawrence & Co.
have the tickets for sale and will give
full explanations. The fame of the
Oates' Troupe is too well know to re
quire any extended notice from us, and
those who can afford to make the trip
will, no doubt, be amply repaid for the
outlay of time and money. By the way,
they will find Mr. Davidson, the mana
ger of Opera Hall, a perfect adept at
making arrangements of the accommo
dation of his patrons and securing for
them entertainments every way worthy
Boats of this line leave Red Wing for
St. Louis and intermediate points daily at
7 o'clock, iu.
For freight or passage apply to
W. O. DODGE, AGENT.
Office on Bush street with Alley Jensen.