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VOL. IV.
1
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Terms of Subscription.
Single Copy, per year $2 00
Five Copies to one address 8 75
Ten 15 00
V§* Subscriptions must be paid in
advance in all cases.
The date following the name iu the ad
dress is the time of the commencement of
the subscription notjiaid for.
New Year.
A happy new year to all our
friends—and enemies, too, if we
have any. In entering upon the
year 1877, desire to say that if
we are blessed with health and
strength and the degree of prosperi
ty that we have aright to expect,
we purpose to devote it all to mak
ing the
abetter paper in
every particular than it has been.
In order to do this, we shall strive
to be our own agent and get out oc
casionally (as often as we are able)
amongst the people, to ascertain
their wishes and opinions, and fit
ourself to cater for them more ac
ceptably.
During the past year our business,
like all other kinds, has suffered in
the general depression, yet we have
been more prosperous than we had
a right to expect. Our surplus in
come, however, over and above
current expenses, has been con
sumed in extraordinary outlays,
such as the purchase of the office,
establishing a home for our family,
&c, leaving us little or nothing to
pay for additional material where
with to improve the paper. Dur
ing the coming year, we purpose to
apply whatever we can spare from
current expenses to adding to our
office what is essential to the pub
lication of such a paper as we desire.
In order that our present readers
may have the benefit of this, we
must urge subscribers who are in
arrears to pay up as soon as they
possibly can. True, what each one
is only a small amount, but these owe
aggregate very considerably, and,
if we now had them all in hand, we
should have an ample supply of
means to make all the improve
ments to our office material that is
needed now, or will be required for
a year or two to come. In keeping
back these small sums, those who
do so incommode us seriously, in
jure other subscribers, and deprive
themselves of the benefit of such im
provements as we would make were
the means to which we are entitled
place at our disposal when they
should be.
—The effort on the part of the,
European powers to induce Turkey
to submit to the humiliating pro
posals offered by Russia do not
Mseem likely to succeed. If Turkey'
is the "sick man" among the nations
of the other continent, he isn't sick
enough to accept any such medi-J
erne as this. The Turkish Porte
has sent a counter proposition, but
Russia seems indisposed to listen to
it and declares her former proposal
to be her ultimatum. If that is not
acceded to, war must follow. Mean
while both governments are arming
and concentrating troops, and if de.
pendence can be placed upon the re
ports which reach us, the entire Mus
selman world is in sympathy with the
Turkish government, and a very
large proportion of it will, no doubt,
render material assistance. It looks
to us very probable that the "sick
man," when fairly aroused, will be
found not so very sick as the Euro
pean powers suppose.
—The item which appeared in the
ADVANCE
last week, mentioning
Judge Crosby as a proper person for
congressional candidate, but intend
ed, more particularly, to call atten
tion to the niggardly salary paid to
the district judges of this State, in
time for the legislature to apply the
needful remedy, was wholly and
solely our own work. The party
who suggested the judge^for Con
gress did so without thinking or in
tending that the suggestion would be
published. We learn that his Hon
or thinks the suggestion ought not
to have been made while he is on
the bench, but he can't expect peo
ple to hold their tongues about pub
lic officers, and if he objects to be
ing talked about, he had no business
to be a judge.
—The legislature organized yes
terday, and the following officers
were elected by the Senate:
Secretary, C. W. Johnson.
Assistant Secretary, R. H. Crandall.
Engrossing Clerk, M. A. Dailey.
Enrolling Clerk. B. McKinny.
Sergeant-at»arms, Chas. A. Rose.
Assistant
Sergeant*at-arms, James A.
Hurlbut.
In the House the following were
elected.
Speaker, J. L. Gibbs.
Chief Clerk—Geo. W. Buswell.
Assistant Clerk—S. D. Parson.
Second Assistant Clerk—JohnR. Howard.
Enrolling Clerk—M. L. Torpey
Engrossing Clerk—W. H. Mellen.
Assistant Engrossing Clerk and Post
master1—A. B. Cotey
Sergeant-at-Arma—Ole J. Johnson.
Assistant Sergeant-at*Arms—0. E. Reese.
—We publish by request the fol
lowing resolutions which were pass
ed by Big Prairie Grange, Iowa, in
December:
Resolred, That we denounce the action
of the "Inter-Ocean," published at Chicago,
III., as cowardly and hypocritical for pub
lishing what it undoubtedly supposed to be
the secret signs and passwords of that "Pat
rons of Husbandry'': cowardly, to publish
to the world what it supposed to be the ee
erets Of any person or persons hypocritical,
to try to injure the grange when it professsi
to be its friend. Further, that we pledge
ourselves to discontinue our patronage to
said paper, and recommend other grange*,
and farmers generally, to do the same. That
this resolution be published in at least
three grangepapers, and a copy of thesame
be sent to the master of the State grange of
this State. J. S.TOBRBY, Master.
C. L. BURDKK, Sec'y^
—The railroads running east from
Chicago have inaugurated another
advance of freights, which are now
raised to 35c. per ioolbs, and 40c.
on fourth class, which includes all
kinds of provisions.. The excuse
for this is, that the freight came on
so rapidly that the roads could not
carry it, and they increase their
rates to prevent being crowded with
an excess of produce. *-,:,.
—The space in the St. PaulDis.
patch that is not "occupied with
news, if filled 'with "flings" at the
Pioneer-Press and abuse of the
Minneapolis Tribune. Such read
ing is highly instructive, intensely
edifying.
—The legislature of this State
met yesterday and its political com
plexion is as follows:—Senate, re
publicans 27, democrats 13, Don
nelly i,—total 41. House republi
cans 75, democrats 31,—total 106.
If the Senators numbered but 20,
and the representatives but 50 the
State would be all the better off.
—The republican members of the
legislature met in caucus on Mon
day evening, and decided to pro
ceed with the election of U. S. Sen
ator at an early day of the session.
It is thought that a large majority
are in favor of Senator Windom's re
turn, and that gentleman is now in
St. Paul attending, to his interests in
connection with this matter.
J?WARD L. BAKER.
IN UNION STRENGTH--IN KNOWLEDGE POWER.
—The Grand Trunk line railroad
has suspended operations because
of a strike among the engineers
The company has called upon the
Canadian government for military to
assist in regaining possession of the
road.
—Louisiana hath likewise two
governors and two legislatures, and
yet her people are not happy.
Verily, the people of that State and
South Carolina are in danger of be
ing too much governed.
—The legislative house of repre
sentatives did not elect a chaplain,
but after discussing that matter
while, resolved to solicit the minis
ters of St. Paul to pray for them for
nothing.
PEALEB IN
RED WING, MINN., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3. 1876.
AND SHELF
HARDWARE,
74 MAIN STREET.
RED WING, MINN.
"JUF HERSCHLER.
STORAGE, FORIFARDINQ
and
Commission Merchant.
Dealer inalllkindsof
GRAIN, FLOUR, HIDES, LIME,
SALT, CEMENT, &c.
STEAMBOATT FREIGHT
AND
TICKET AGENT.
Tickets for saleto allimportant'pointsYia
River and Rail, East, West, North and
South.
Stone Warehouse on Levee.
G. H. & W. H. CRARY,
elfife
Doctors of Dental Surgery
Office in new Post Office Block.
Residenceon third street, with Mrs,
P. Towne. Red Wing, Minnesota, I"
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BELSHAZZAR
AT
OPERA HALL,
JAN. 16th, nth, JcISth,
1877.
Tickets for admission and reserved
seats will be ©n sale at Lawrence &
Co.'s bookstore.
CENTENNIAL
MEAT MARKET, &c,
CENTENNIAL BLOCK,
Third Street, Red Wing,,Minn.,
D0W.EAMES & NETJDECK,
Packers and Stock Dealers,
Keep constantly on hand a large and
choice selection of fresh meats, Game and
Fiah. The best of Oysters in their season.
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THE ROBBERS!
are caught and property being se
cure and insurance unnecessary,
A. BUCHOLZ, of Roscoe, Minn.,
is happy to announce to all his
old customers and the public gene
rally, that he has struck hard-pan
and is able to sell
FOR YOUR
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.
PROPERTY
is nothing compared to cdmforc and
Bucholz has it in the form of J)ry
Goods, Notions, Groceries, Boots
and Shoes, Hardware, Tinware,
Crockery, Glasswarei Drugs and
Medicines, OuV Confectionary and
all things found in a country store.
Farm produce taken in exchange for
goods' at' a fair price. Come and
be convinced. 5 3^12
1876.
Ring Out
the Old!
A. BUCHHOLZ,
Roscoe Minn.
a ...-HfewvjahfciiamSL W MiilSiT 1 TTiWniiKSTtfh^
Everything marked down to "ROCK BOT
TOM" prices, within the reach of all. An
inspection of goods and prices
respectfullyr
solicited.
W. L. CORNELIUS.
Bush st., next door to old post office.
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Ke
GROCER
S
a
Glasswar
N
GENERAL MER-
CHANDISE as cheap as the cheapest,
and guaranties satisfaction in every
particular.
LOOK OUT
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
FAMIL
'S.l
CARLSO
Street,
0
Main
9
0
CORRESPONDENCE.
^g^Constributions for this departmein
atr respectfully solicited, and those who at
us in this manner willhaveour thanks. We
have only to ask writers to avoid porsonald
ities and abuse.
ARABIAN MEDICINES.
CONSUMPTION
CAN BE CURED.
This FACT has been fully demonstrated
in more than
10,000 Cases bv
DR. S. D. HOWE,
Of New York, the GREAT
Consumption Doctor
PROPBIKTOK OV
TBS ARABIAN MEDICINES!
Celebrated throughout the world for their
remarkable cures. Consumption can most
eertainly be cured by the use of
Dr. Howe's Arabian Milk Cure!
DR. HOWS'S ARABIAN TONIC 1
DR. Howie's ARABIAN LIVER PILLS!
E I S
By the use of which the liver is aroused
into healthy aotion, the stomach cleansed,
and the bowels regulated.
THE ARABIN IT TONIC
cleanses,the system of all corruption, makes
new blood, gives strength, and creates an
appetite, and expelsfrom the lungs (through
the blood) the corruption which scrofula
breeds upon them.
The Arabian Milk Core
strengthens the weak lungs, promotes ex»
peotoration, dissolves the mucous phlegm,
and assists nature in throwing off the un
healthy matter, causing the irritation, and
thus consumption may beeured. Erice of
Milk Cure and Tonic, each' $ 1 per bottle.
Six fpr$5.00. Pills, 25 cents per box. Six
for$1.00.
^uSold by F. A. POOLE, druggist, sole
agent for Red Wing. Minn.
DR. S. D. HOWE, Proprietor,
23cowly a New York.
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'$'WX^%'^}z^M^W^^'-
1877.
Ring In
the New!
Ho for the Holidays!
Largest stock of Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry in the city.
At the Lowest Prices ever known.
Now is the time and this is the place to
supply yourself with your
ChristmasANew Tears
Realising the stringency of the times and
knowing that many will take advantage of
my LOW PRiCBS. I offer special bargains
in everything in my line, and will positively
aell for the next thirty days at less than
wholesale prices.
patronage
&
Feed
assortmen
Hawley
ggists,
rookery
&
you
ful
nttct
tc
Dru
8
NO. 13.
HORRIBLE!
The great Presidential contest*is
at hand. The political kettle £is
boiling hot, and that we are to have
a new President is, without doubt, a
DEAD
certainty. The struggle will be a
lively one, but yet while it is pro
gressing, another question is agitat
ing the inquiring minds of the great
BODY
of people and especially those*who
have to buy Clothing, and it is a
question of more vital individual im
portance, because it is one that
touches the pocket-books, and when
ever a good and sure place can be
FOUND
where their hard earnings in these
dull times can be most judiciously
invested, and where business is done
on fair and honest principles, it is art
indisputable fact,one that cannot be
CONCEALED
—that such a place should win its
way to favor in the hearts of all the
people. I, the uudersigned, beg
leave to call your attention to my
new stock of Clothing for the com
ing winter season's demand. It is.
IN
every respect complete, and if you
intend to spend a dollar for Clothing,
for Men or Beys wear, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises,
etc., you will practice economy in
A
very great^ degree by giving me a
call, examining my full assortment,
and learning my prices, and I know
WELL
it will be to your interest to buy ot
me in preference to going elsewhere.
Agreeable attention and no reluc
tance to show you goods at any time
whether you buy anything or not.
An Investigation is Re
quested. '..**
(j^By order of ,.?' I
E. A. LEVI,
Proprietor "STAB" Clothing Hall.
5©m3
RE WING, MINN.
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