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VOL. IV—NO. 31.
THE GAZETTE, HERRIOTT BEAL, A'abllskere. THURSDAY MAY 1, 18/3. SALUTATORY. In assuming the management of this |vi[tcr, we have preferred to change the Dame, and have ventured oa ao enlargement. The first is not a matter of moment to any one, Tho other, involving in creased expenses may seriously affect ourselves. We believe that the addi tional space will be necessary to meet the wants of the community, and have undertaken it, feeling satisfied that if the paper is worth supporting, oar cit izens will not be slow in doing their part. The GAZKTTB will be conducted with a view to promoting all the inter* c«ts of this section of the State—es pecially of Redwood county. In I his we have a free field for eonseientious wark. The county is not surpassed in the State, in quality of soil and all the requisites for making it a prosperous and wealthy community. We have an abiding faith, too, in its speedy de velopment. To secure this we pro pose to direct our efforts. The GAZETTE commenccs its ca rcer free from all fetters without any old scorcs to balance or entanglements ot any kind—political or personal—we arc in position to deal, "without fear or favor," with all subjects that come within the domain of Journalism. Newspapers Flease Copy. The Albert Lea Enterprise hits the Congressional grabbers with tho fol lowing conundrum, which should be sounded by every paper in the land: "We wonder il the sneaks who voted a postage upon exchanges and news papers within tho county, and then stole $.",000 for back pay will need the help of these same editors whom they arc trying to crush And wc wonder if they are going to get il We hope the editorial fraternity throughout the State will remember this little trick, and place those who thus wronged them in a position where back pay, or future pay (Oongressionally speaking) will not trouble them." Pass it along. An April Storm in the Socth West* LINCOLN, NEB., April 21.—Re ports just in of the storm, west of here last Sunday to Thursday say it was one of the most severe ever known. There has been great loss of life and property. Many persons were froien to death in their houses. Men perish ed near Giaftoa Havard and Hastings, on the B. &> M. railway, while trying to feed their stock. The wind un roofed and blew down houses, and hundreds of cattle and horses smother ed by the snow filling up the barns. The railway cuts are filled with ice like snow, whieh it is impossible to re move by the enow-plows. The first train for the week arrived here over the B. & M. to day. Houses were rendered uninhabitable in several eas es, and families perished while tiding to reach their neighbor!. A Cincinnati court hnMhtthat intemperance vitiates a life iasuranoe policy, on the ground that the appli cant promises on, his part not to prac tice any habit whieh will tend to shorten his life. The decision is a sound one, and it will oertainly help us to endure the infliction of life in surance solicitors if we are permitted to look upon them as people who are engaged in the good work of circula ting the pledge. The Secretary of War has officially promulgated a law of great impor tance to soldiers, approved on the last day |of the late session. It provides that the Secretary of War may issue duplicate discharge papers in all cases of loss, but- sueh duplicate may not be accepted as a voucher for payment of any claim against the United States or as evidence in any other ease. What kind of people, and what kind of newspaper have they in Santa Bar bara, Calififomia The former has presented the latter wit|i a free gift of $1,925 in gold as a token of their appreciation of itarmerritt. THE The Supreme Court dccidcs that Confederate,wa bonds issued by any State in aid of insurrection could not be treated in the same way as Confed erate money, which the court has be fore decided did not vitiate a contract, provided the contract was a lawiul one. jany causes of disqualification arc found The Southern Confederacy held exclu-1 to exist in him to such a degree as feive jurisdiction over the territory may now or hereafter impair his effic where the contract was made, and the iency, he is rejected. The newly ap- Confederate money* was the usual me dium of exchange. The plaintiff in the case in which this opinion was given by Justice Field sued to recov er on a note given at Memphis in Deeemder 1862. The admitted con sideration of the note was a lot of war bonds issued by the state of arkansas to aid the rebellion, then worth about 75 per cent, of their par value, and used at that time in Memphis to some extent as a circulating medium. The Court held that the issue of the bonds being unconstitutional, the considera tion of the note was void. Regulations Governing Candidates for Admission to the Military and Naval Academies. Hon. H. B, Strait, having the ap pointment for the 3nd Congressional District, of a candidate for West Point Aoadeay, and Naval Academy, has decidcd to abide by the result of a competitive examination to be made by an Examining Board consisting of Gen. L. F. Hubbard, Red Wing Capt J. H. Brown, Willmar Prof. C. W. G. Hyde, Shakopee who will oonvene at Shakopee on Wednesday, the 14th day of May next, at 10 •. Eaterprlse In Bnsl M. Candidates are admitted into the Military Academy only between the ages of seventeen and twenty-two yean but those who have served at least one year in the Regular or Vol* untcer Army daring the late war, and have been honorably discharged, are by special.'provision of law eligible up to the age of twenty four years. Can didates for appointment to tho Nava Academy must be between the ages of fourteen and eighteen years. No can didate less than five feet in height can be admtted. Candidates must be of good moral character, satisfactory tes. timonials of which, from persons of good repute Jin the neighborhood of their respective residences mast be presented. Candidates are required to be proficient in reading and writing in the elements of English Grammar, and in the History of the United States. The various operations of Arithmetic must be thororghly un derstood and readily performed. DlSQAUflCATIONS. Feeble constitution unsoand health from whatever cause indication of former disease glandular swellings scrofula. Chronic cutaneous affeo tions. Severe injuiioi of the bones of the head. Impaired vision, from whatever eaose inflamatory affections of the eyo-lids. Deafness. Loss of teeth, or teeth generally unsound. Impediment of speech. Want of due capacity of chest, and any other indi cation of liability to (pulmonic disease. Impaired or inadequate efficiency of one or both of the inferior or superior extremities, on account of fractures, varicose veins, lameness, contraction, unequal length, bunions, over-lying or supernumerary toes. An unusual ex curvature or incurvature of the spine. Hernia. Varicose veins, hydrocele, hemorrhoids, fistulas. Ulcers. Ever/ person appointed, upon ar riving at the Academy, is submitted to a rigid medical examination, and if pointed cadets are examined at the Academy, prior to admission, and those not properly qualified are reject ed. A sound body and constitution, a fixed degree of preparation, a good natural capacity, an aptitude for study, industrious habits, perseverance, an obedient and orderly disposition, and a correct moral deportment are such essential quali ications that candidates knowingly deficient in any of these respects should not, as many do, sub ject themselves to the expense, and their friends to the chances of iuture mortification and disappointment, by applying for an appointment which they cannot successfully pursue- We like enterprise, and ile know of no class of busencss men displaying more of it than the newspaper publish ers of America. The publishers of Our Fireside Friend, Chicago, an nounce this week in our columds, their Second Annual Distribution of premiums to subscribers. This excel lent story and family weekly Is now in its third volume. Its success has been great, and it is firmly established as ono of the leading weeklies of the Un ion, with the largest circulation of any paper in the West, Its success may in no slight degToe ba attributed to its method of distributing premiums, which is permanent with this gaper, being held anoally. Its distribution last year gave general satisfaction. Their list of premiums is fine, and se cures to every subscriber for 1373 a premium, either in oash or some one of the valuable articles mentioned in the list We cheerfully recommend the paper. Their plan of distributing premiums is a notable part of their well conducted enterprise, and our readers need have no doubts as to their being fairly dealt with. The paper is a financial success.^ Its immense cir culation enables its publishers to offer this valuable list of premiums and to lully carry out their plan of distribut ing them. At Cleveland, on the 22ud, n writ of habeas oorpns was granted by the Probate Court to Martha and Mary Kellep, aged 16 and 18 years, taken from the Catholic Orphan Asylum on Harmon street* and given into the ens tody of their mother, who testified that her daughters were plaoed in the Asylum ten years ago by force and vi olence, their father, sinee dead, being a Catholic and she a Protestant. She had gone to the asylum for her chil dren, bat, being reftasd, applied to *fce count fere ssistane*. 4 z -Blip:- Lyon Co naif News. LYND, APRIL 23, 1873. Editor Gazette: The severity and backwardness of the spring has been unprecedented but we have just had a whole week of delightful weather, which makes us al most forget the surly north-west rain storms that visited this locality a short time since. Today is all golden with sunshine, and we rejoice to think that summer and birds, and butterflies and flowers are still alive, and are return ing to us again. Nature is spreading her carpet of green over the prairies, while in the wet lowlands may be seen multifarious colors of succulent shoots, which, under the fiery breath of the season, seem to grow an inch at a time, and spring np as if by magio. The river at this point is higher than at any time sinee the spring of '69 and goes crashing and roaring down to join the great Father of Wa ters The bridge, for the construction of which 9500.was appropriated by thr Legislature, is now being built aeross the Redwood river at this place. The work is progressing under the immedi ate supervision of a master workman, and when completed will be an orna ment to the town. Emigrants are pouring into this county in unbroken daily streams. Land lookers are ramb ling in every direction, and a scramble and a grab fot claims is the result. The saw-mill, under the management of Cummins & Rouse, is doing good business. Logs in the mill yard are estimated to measure 200,000 feet On the 15th inst. the iron horse on the Winona & St Peter B. R., came puffing and snorting through to Mar shall, for the first timesince last fall. H. R. MARCYES. Those who admire the writings of Mr. Geo. D. Prentice will be pleased to read the following extract again: "It cannot be that earth is man's only abiding place. It cannot be that our life is a bubble cast up by the ocean of eternity to float a moment upon its waves and eink into nothingness. Else why is it kthat the high and glorious aspirations which leap like angels from the temple of our hearts, are forever unsatisfied Why is it that the rainbow and clouds come over us with a beauty that is not of earth, and then pass off to leave us to muse on their loveliness? Why is it that the stars which 'hold their festi val around the midnight thrones,' are set above the grasp of our limited fac ulties, forever mocking us with their unapproachable glory And finally, why is it that bright forms of human beauty are presented to our view and taken from ns, leaving the thou sand streams of our affection to flow back like Alpine torrents upon the heart We are born to a higher des tiny than of earth. There is a realm where the rainbow never fades, where the stars will spread out before us like the islands that slumber on the ocean, and where the beautiful beings whieh pass before us like shadows will stay in our presence forever." Scribner's Monthly for May con tains an article destined to attract a deal of attention, entitled The Insani ty of Cain. There are several illus trated articles—Four Great African Travelers, by Stanley Cuba and the Cubans, by \Y.m S. Starks. Susan Coolidge gives a timely paper on The California Journey. Dr. Holland's novel, Arthur Bonnicastle, is contin ued, with increased interest There are several stories and poems by lead ing writers. In Topics of the Time the editor's themes are numerous and carefully discussed. The Old Cabinet and Home and Society we find very interesting. The Magazine is really a library every month. Prioe only 94 a year. 8eribner & Co., publishers, 654 Broadway, New York. Another One. This is a city of romanow. Che papers are almost constantly recur ring to this fact, and quite as constant ly telling new stories. Yesterday a party of lour left this city for Winona, where a pair of them were to be mar ried, and this happy couple have their little ^omanoe. They were school mates, then betrothed lovers, and were Anally estranged. Bach married oth er parties, had children, lost track of each other for twenty yearn, met wid ow and widower, and are ere this man and wife. So wags the worl(L-r-jS*. Pud Press 24 th. Proposals for the Capitol extension are advertised for. The plans drawn by a St Paul architect give the fol lowing dimensions It will be fifty one feet two inches by fifty feet in di mensions, exclusive of the portioo, and two stories in height, so as |to oonform to the general proportion of tho main building. There will be three entran ces, and the lower fl or is to be divided into four office rooms. There will be two stairways to the upper floor, whioh is to be divided into rooms for the Supreme Court and its offioers. New porticos or fronts are also to be erected on eaeh wing of the building, which will add very materially to its exter wl k||i^w "i STATU SEWS. bftd of eoal, at least seven feet thick, bas been found in Freeborn, FreeBorn county. Jesse A. Wilson has been taken to Brainerd to be tried far the murder of Patrick Kgan. He has Hon. C. K. Davis and Col. Flint for counsel. At torney General Cornell will conduct the prosecution. Wifhon seems confi dent of acquittal. The Rochester Post says that Frank A. Burbank, aged thirteen years, of Haverhill, went out hunting gophers with a son of R. W. Palmer, when the trigger of his gun caught in the brush, and young Bnrbank, who was in front of the gun, received the lond in his head. He lived only three hours The half-breed who lately murdered the two half breed girls and so terribly wounded a little squaw at White Earth, is but 17 or 18 years old. He was armed with a musket and navy re volver, when arrested, but made no resistance. Among the whites he was known as Moulton. He remains iron ed at Fort Ripley. A fire at LeSuer on Monday des tsoyed six buildings and part of their contents. The total loss was $6,000 On Tuesday night a large frame build ing situated in the [portion of the town and formerly known as the Peck House, was destroyed by lire. Loss not stated. It was carelessness this time, and happened at Belle River, |in Douglas county. A man in the employ of J. 3. Griffin had borrowed a gun of John Henry. The latter went after it, and after receiving it, sat down and laid the muzzle on the stove, pointed di rectly at Griffin. Of course he had to go to fooling with the lock, supposing the gua to be empty, when suddenly the hammer slipped, and a load of bird shot went into Griffin's left leg. This was on the 12th and on the 14th Griffin died. Here is a man's life sac rificed by the most astounding care lessness-criminal to the utmost extent The meddlesome man in the East Division, who, while watching and di recting the operations of his wife while she was baking pies, stepped with his bare feet on a hot stove lid, and imme ly stepped out into a puddle to cool his parched role, is now going around the eity, wearing a pur of moccasins made specially to order.—Minneapolis Tribune. The Hoosac tunnel is nearly com pleted, and, according to the Boston ian style of reasoning from cause to effect, the fate of the little village on the East River, yclept New York, is sealed. Boston will be one hundred miles nearer Chicago, by the lines of railroad whioh will reach that city from the west by the Hoosac. The lunatics seem lately to have turned their attention especially to Windsor. A live Yankee, after hav ing written a letter to announce that he would arrive on a stated day, to assert ccrtain claims, actually put in an appearanoe, and declared that the Queen was his mother Being inform ed that his visit would probably end in a tarry in a lunatic asylnm, he made up his mind to leave for New York. Jedediah Burchard once preached a revival sermon, during whioh he was interrupted by the entrance of Aaron Burr. "Here comes one," says the re viyalist, "against whom even I will testify in the day of judgment" "Yes sir," said Burr, "in fifty years of crim inal practice, I have always found the greatest rascals turn State's evidence." Our English cousins, after easing their wounded dignity with some in nocuous bluster, are acoepting the "Alabama" indemnity deoision with tolerable grace, especially as they are congratulating themselves on the ease with which they can pay it, owing to the enormous inorease in the Excise revenue. As they put it, No Governor since war days ha done so popular an act as that of Gov ernor Dix, who refused to pardon Fos ter. Every creditable newspaper in the oountry has applauded it, and the popular voioe, through every channel, has spoken in his praise. His famous order, "If any man hauls down that flag, shoot him on the spot," will hard ly outrank this act of official firmness. The law abiding citizens have breath ed more freely, while crime has stag gered under the blow. It is to be hop ed that other Governors, and the President, my be eueouraged bj his steadfastness to do likewise for just as surely aa God's law is neglected, will men and society United The experienoe of tho past winter hat proved the utility of white willow* as susceesful windbreak*. They are easily planted, grow rapidly, and beau tify any plaoe. Wo hope everybody, and especially fanners, will plant them liberally this year. The latest large sised story -ike California concern* the bull-frogs whieh are being butchered and their Jmm MM -i -v enlonvi&W age BlahopvtfShlbn, t^v?4FS'y- A. S HISTORICAL ZQG&Vk —'Whilj down at the Landing the other day, )ve were agreeably surpresed at seeing, thus'early in the season, a large natter of those standard ma chine* tl* McCormick Reaper. 'The ageut for this section, Mr. BlahopM^doii, has displayed his de sire to meet the wants of the farming class, by getting a lot of these ma chines OB hand early, so as- to be able to fill orders oa the shortest notice* We are sure the farmers will be glad to learn of this, as none can appreci ate better than they the advantages of having a harvester just when it is need' ed, as oftentimes the consequences of delay in harvesting grain are serious. The McCormick needs no introduction te our fanners, who know its value. —Look at those new spring hats at Mrs. Jetts.' —Wonderful pickles those at But terfield & Jessup's. —Look out for lots of new goods when Mr. Stiekle gsts bade from St Paul. —Children's carriages for sale A. Jefts. by —Mr McMillan went to St. Paul on the Osceola and when he gets back with those new goods look out for a rush. Silver Plated —Rogers Brothers' Spoons and Forks, at A. Jefts*. Osceola brought a —The lot of Groceries for Butterfield Sc Jessup. NOTICE. All those that have not settled their last years store account must set tle immediately without fail. Northrop McMillan. —Jefta keeps a full stock of watch es and jewelry NEW ADVERTISEMETS. Hear Ye! Hear Ye! All perons desirous of securing a good pair of Boots or shoes, are requested to call upon James Durt nal, (or his Secretary, Mr. Gould) on or before the 1st day of July, A. J). 1873. The principal reason assigned for this notice, is simply to close out the elegant stock now on hand, to make room for more of the same kind. If you wish at the same time, a good pair of gloves, stockings, (and, ladies, tnch corsets) or anything in the No tion line, call at once, for they are go* ing fast. Truly yours JAMBS DURTNAL. REDWOOD FALLS Blacksmith BY J. B. WASSON. Corner of Mill a Second St. Redwood Fall*. fW* Blackxiuithing in all lti department* exocut •4 With neatneaa and ileipttch. Plow work and HorseShoeing mad* a apecialty. ROBT. WATSON, Notary Public, REDWOOD. FALLS, MINN. CHEAP for CASH! AT P. N. NELSON'S, Golden Gate. DEALER IN Drg Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Ilab Capt, Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, Nails & Glass. Drugs & Patent Medicines, Piiints, OilsJb Dye ttvjjfa, Perfumery & Notions, I aa alio agent for tho DAVIS and the BUCK EYE Sewing Machinea, the Beaver Dam Seeder, aa4 the Ctnard Ocean Mail Line, I have a good amort ronetof Winter Goods, which I will (ell at coat. Boots Rho« a specialty. Call and- examine my •tock before puchaaiog elaewhere. 183 I Will NOT be Undersold. NOTICE. mHB undersigned will offer at pnkfic sale on Tae* I day 9Bth day of May 1871. at hie reside nee in Redwood Falls, Minn. One Katrag^ Redwood Falls, Mian. £slfelmaeher MWe have drunk ourselves out of the Alabama difficulty." Heifer, color white 1 tail. A boat two lb) said Heifor will bidder, snxkled, with a bit of, years old. (No other special N Mid lor sash to tha highest GEO. PKNNIE. Reaidence on N. 1 r.K See. 5,Town 112 R. 35. April 30th, 1873. TT S. LAND OFFICE— (J Redweod Falls, Mian, April, 2S, 1073. To Cyrus Smith— You are hereby notified that on tha 18th day of June A. D. 1873 at ^13 odock M. roof will be taken at this office In support of Frank to enter bgr premption the east of tha north wmtii and the novth wast of the north east ofaectlon 12 Township 111 rant 82, west. TV which roa are an adverse claimant and will be per mitted to offer counter proof, B. F. SMITH, Register. 31 WK. H. KIUT,Receiver. NOTICE. U 8 S»fl»ood Falls, Mina., April Complaint having been entered at (us omee 17 Jama Baddy against Patrick Covaey for ahaadon ing Ui Homestead Entry, Xo. 6804, dated Dea.S% 1870, anon tho 8o«th half of North East quarter Beetiaa M. Township IIS, Raage 32, In ResvUle County, Mian, with a view to the cancellation of said eatn: the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this •Bee on the 11th dsy of Jan* 7873, at IS odock M, to respond aad IMah teatiaaoay ooncerning •aid alleged abandonment. B. r. 187 8am, Register. W*. H. KIUT, Receiver. NOTICE. U.S. Land Office, ttedwaod Wis, Mian, Fab.. 3& 187S. Con-plaint having been entered at thia offioe by vile Cold, acaiast Thomas W.Tsaka, for abaarfoair" HomssteadKntry, Ne. 6408, datadAagust88,18i upon the Smith west quarter. 8oction »LTownai 114, Range 881, la Yellow MedlcinoPBunty, Mlaaeaeta, witk a view to tha aooallMiaa of antryrtbeaaid partiea ara hereby ia*aoaad to jMfearatttis Gffiee tha ®thday_or Mav, ISM,at»Vrto«kM, tore Ola Gold,acai HomeeteadKt Mav wi WM| spaed and hnlah testimony ITS B. r. Smra, __j| that Regiatar. Wa. H- KBIT,Reoeivar. NOTICE. C. 8. Laad Office, Redwood Falla,Muta., April SI. 187^ •ouaiiwii isas^ CrasaWat haviagkeen entered atthiatfUe by OaearA.Hawae a^Tast JoatoOoodwia tor abw doadng Homestead Entry, 0. 7*07^ datad_ May ST, 18T2. upon the North East* Soetfoa 2, T«wnahip Uljfcaage 42 Wast, In Lyon Couatv, Mlaamfa, era a vtew to oaaaallatinn ef MM antry: the MMIKOMWtha hereby sa«sso«edtoappajjtfthta oSlaToatha ttk da*of June, 1873, atUeV IL,to rsaasad MdA»abh teatiaaoa •Maltotiliiiiiiliiiiiiat. B. F. Svira, MS Wa. B. KBIT, JfOTICE. 00 tha ttth, if attt^aiaekM. fmof will of Jane 1S7\ bo takaaat thisoffiesln laaa»fastefthe sWas ol^Mph NkM, Ij iin idiHit 111 IfnamlM* 7e5TS^the llort^wyx,* to oirtw lb 1 8omth Wsat Xof K,Weat, to whid»yo» a part ef tha above jrwwUlboyoiatt- B.F. SKITS,BE W. IB. Kt*T, 'V "I •4' r"^sm« REDWOOD FALLS, MINNESOTA. TgLTRSDAY. MAY 1,1873. $•2.00 PER YEAR. THE GAZETT8 OASH ADVERTISING RATES. 11 w 2 w 3 w 11 |_ 3ni 4hn 1 Jr SO! T.iwj 12.00 lo.ool is oo 12.00 1S.00 14.001 M.00 lft.oo! MOO e-| 1 001 1 751 3 3ii 1. 1 sqnare 2 squares. 3 square* 4 afaarea. eoloran 4 fldl 5 OOf 6 oalamn I Ml I W|W 1 cnlaiy»it»«H»« «eM OflUMB 30.C0 M.OO 10M0 ». 1 7-1 1 251 2 T# 3.! a. 2.25 8 76 3 St 3/ a. 2 7M 3 2*| S 75 4.: 3.3a ft .Kl 3.TS ?.M 4.25: *.00 7.00 12.00 12.00 1».00 30.00' 33.00 All tsaaaiout adrortiMaaents niaet ba paidferin nd vanee. Lpgal Notices, 75 eta. per sonars for the Itrati nser ire ir ord tionand37K «ts. per sqnare for eaeh snlweqaent In KTtlon. All legal Notice* must be 1 otices must be apon the resnon tbrm pnUislied. sfbUifV of th» Attorney ordering 1 No affidavit of publication will girea aatil the pablieatlnn fees are paid, I.ocai Notices Inserted Easiness eards of Bts lines or lesa £w." Buaintsflr€arbs. M. B. POWELL, A W Y E Falls ...... Mm. SAM. McPHAlL, Attorney at Law, Redwood Fall!. ..Minn. Froasptattentiea paid to profosaiooalbusiness. Real estate of every description lor *ela U«a aaoat naaoaahla tona. COULTER WIGGINS, A O N E Y REAL ESTATE AGENT Redwood Falla -*Ub- H. fi. BALDWIN, Attorney At Law, Redwoed Falls,. Mian. Z. B. CLARK, Hotary Public. Estate & Claim Ait Lae qai Parle Mipn- W. FLINN, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Redwood Fails .........---Minn* Also U. S. Ex. Suigeon of Pensions. DAKOTA HOUSE, New Ulm ADOLPH 8EITKR, Proprietor. This House haa recenttlr been re-Sttad and r*-lh^ is hed throughout, and is in every respect oae of the est kouaea in the Minnesota Valley. WASHINGTON HOUSE, Third SU,St, Peter ....Mian. A. ROST, Prop'r. Excellent accommodation fur Traveler*. Terms NOYES BROTHERS, (QansaunteNoyea,Pett 4C*^) WHOLESALE D8US8ISTS, 111 Third St., St. PauL AUERBACB.FINCH k SCHEFFER Wholesale patera ia DOT MODS A NOTIONS, 116 ft 118 Third Street, 8te fMdlWOMa Mil A. JEFTS, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Redwood Falls—* Agent for the liradbary, Stock, Guild & Ch&se Pianos, and tl«o Mason & Hrmlin Organs. W. A. CHAPMAN, Harness Maker, H*d*«od Falls.—............ Desires to notify the pablio that he has opened a shop on Mill street, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work ia his line in a workmanlike manner, at reasonable rates. 65 W. W. HUNT, iip, GRAINING, GLAZING ft PAPER HANGING. Sttop on MSI Street, Rodwood Falls, 130 HAND ALL'S New Drug Store, Drugs and Medicines, TOILET and FANCY ARTICLE8, PERFUMERY, OILS, Ac. Phjuoians' prescriptions accurately oompoonded. Special attention pud to orders from the oountry. 100 WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET, —BY— J. Sooond ft. Rodwood FaDa. Will bo feand atall time*, a ohoioe selection of MEATS, FOWLS, FISH, SAUSAGE, VEGETABLES, &c. Cash pain for fat cattle, hogs, hidea, batter, egg*, TCgotaWen 4c. the Washington Itaxkot. 179 "itr •x MORTGAGE 8ALE. DEFAULT John donin 1872,u 18S Carriate & Onmtital PAINTER. num. BWWOOD VIFIU, large aad oomplete i .s/ftw i* v.- _11 t|j -^Z/ 7 •'-1 jf- ,,*^ $ has l*en made in the payment of lira hundred and one and M-100 dollnre, whieh ia claimed to be One at t(« date of thia notice, on a certain mortgage, bearing data. December Hrteenth, A. D. 1868, executed by James W. Harkness, of Rice county Minnesota, to Erv-in II. Bartholf, of the mme place, and duly'recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds, -n sod for the county of Red wood and State of Minnesota, on the 22nd day of Mav, A. L. at one o'clock P. H-, '.n Book One ui Mortgages, on pages 84god 85. Which said nior gage was thereafter, to ~it: on the 13th day of Septumlier, A. 1). 189#, duly assigned by the said Ervin B. Bartholf, to Rodney A. Mott, which assignment was dnlr recorded ia tb* office o Regis ter of Ueeds, Il and for the County of Redwood, 8tnte of Minnesota, on the 20th day of March, A. D, 1873, at 10K o'clock A. M., in Book 3 of Mortgages, on page 51 and no proceedings at law hare been lutntuted for the recovery of raid sum, or any part thereof. Now,therefore, notice is hereby given, that pnrsuant to a power of s«le, I11 said Mortgage contained, and of the Statute in sueh case made and provided, the premises described In and covered by •aid mortgage, to wit: tats oae, two, t-.ree, four, Ave and six, (1,2,3,4. 4, 6) in block eight, (8) lot four (4) in bloekone (11, lot nine (9) in block three (:!), lots four and five (4 K 5) in block four ,4), lot ten (10) in block Ove (5), lot nine lo block six (6), lot six (6) in block twelve (12), lot four (4) in Mock fourteen (14), lot nine (9) of block eighteen (18), and lot eleven (11) of block twenty (20), of the Village of Redwood Falls, of the County o, Kedwood and State ef Minnesota, according to a reoorded plat thereof will be sold at public vendue, at the Hher iiTs offieo in the Village of Redwood Falls in the said County of Redwood, on th TWEXTY-FOURTH day ot May, A. D1873, at teno'clock in tho forenoon of said day, to satisfy the amount due on said mort' je, together with thirty dollara solicitor's fees stipulated in said mortgage, to be paid in case of inracloaara, and the farther sun of thirty-six lt 100 dollars taxes on said premises, psid by the said assignee for the rears A- I. 18A9, 1870 and 1871 and the exits of this foreclosure. Dated, April 11, A. D, 1873. 184 Tt RODNEY A. MOTT, Assignee. Faribault, Minn. NOTICE. V S. Land Ofller, 1 Redwood Falls, Minn., March 191ST*, Complaint having been entered at this office by Alfred Mingo agninst Meritt Greene lor abandoning his Hoinesteiad Entry, 8840, dated February, tt 1872, upon the Weat half of South East quarter section 10, Township 114, Bange 31, in Me Leod County, Min nesota. with a view to the eanoeilation of aaid entry tha said parties are hereby summoned to appear at thia office on the 28th day of Mav, 187S, at 10 o'doek A. M., to respond and furniah teatiinoay ooa cerning aaid aliased abaadonment. B. F. SMITH, Register. 183 Wa. H. KSLLT, Receiver. NOTICE. 0.S Laad inn., Mar Redwood Falls, Minn., March 34^1873. Complaint having been entered is office by ipl A. Hunter against Leroy P. Fluke for ahan- roy 1. 5hl doning his Homestead Entry, No. 6, dated Juljr 22d, July i on the North Kaat quarter 8octton 14, Town- upoi 111, Range 41 in I.yon County, Minnesota, ship 1] with a view to the cancellation of aaid entry: the said partiea are hereby aumtnoned to appear at this office on the Oth day of May, 1878, at 12 o'cloeh M, to respond aad rarniah testimony conoeraingaaid al leged abandonment, B. F. Sara, Register. WI. H. KBLLT, Receiver NOTICE. U.S. LaadOStoe, I Mian_ March. 24, 1873. sen entered at thia Office by Redwood Falls, Complaint having be Andrew Barret agunst Oliver M. Mead for abandon ing 8o!dieraDeclaratory Wmastesd Entry, Fo. 14, dSed Jaly22dl872, apon tha N)4 of the North West quarter Section 0, Tewnship 111, Bange 41 W. in I.yon County, Minnesota, With a view to the caaoellation of aaid entry: the said parties are hereby summoned to sppearatthia office on the Oth day of May, 1873, at 12 o'doek M., to respond and furnish testimony concerning Mid allegedabandonmcnt US B. F. 3»ITB,Register W. H. KaLi.T.Becei NOTICE. U.I Land Office, "Redwoood Falls, Mlaan April 18. IWUWUWHl rflllH, »P»H w, FISH, 20WL8, 1873. Complaiat having been entered at thia office by Rieqard Tatea, against Wm- Van Klieck for aban donfnghia Bomeatead, D. S. Entry. No. 10, dated 1 West quarter of w. ia Lyoa eatry: tha said partiea an hereby aaamnsil toappearat thhi oBoe on the 12th day of June, 1878, at 10 o'doek A. M., to respond and feral ah teatiaieny eoneemiag said alleged abandonment. 186 B. F. Sam, Vegtster. Wa. H. KBU,T,IUcoivor. NEW MEAT MARKET. On Sooond street nearly opposite the Pest Office. AMI supply of OHOIOE MEATS ... OAME, BAUSAG^^ BUTTER, EGG8, "A VEGETABLES Ac. kept for sale. Tho highest pr&o will be paid fiar beef ST bntter, willbe market cattle, pork, tables. CALL fixn TBI NXW MA&KJET. DWYER & BUXTON. NOTICE. U.S. Laad 0«n, I F^^,Ayril,tt^5k I MariNl s$3«ff isth, ofMfttah 98^ TowaaMf IIS .u*i F0L80M BR'S. s -A— LARGE ARRIVAL —OP— n NEW GOODS. —AT— Consisting of HOES, DOOIiS, FORKS, SAS% SPADE8, GLASSJ ft i^vi i Mx:: HAHDWABjK Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron HARROW TEETH, CARPENTERS' TOOL8, AXE8, NAILS, SHOVELS, PUTTY, SHEETING PAPER, RAKS9. Ao., &c., Ao, S O V E S In large variety aa to Price and Style such as the celebrated /Stewart Stove plain and extention Top, and in fact a fall line of all kind of Stores. 182. A. D. HOLLIDAY, MANUFACTU&Ba& DEALSFT IH FurniturE, Has constantly on hand ajgeneral as sortment of all kinds of Furniture. ALL WORK WARRANTED. I ass prepared to furnish, osi shary notice, COFFINS, trimed and finished. Mill St. Redwood Falls, Minn. 123 BLACKSMITH —AND— PLOW SHOP! Having fitted up my new shop, with special referenoe to the wants of Redwood and vicinity, and stocked' with the best material. I am new prepared to do all kinds of work in the line. Making and repairing of. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, PLOWS, HORSE SHOEING} *i, Shop near Stiokel's corner. FRED. V. HOTCHKIS8. 179. DAVID WATSON, SURVEYOR OIVIL ENRIREEI, will attend to dividing lands, locating settlers on homesteads or pre-emption claims, and laying out villages, Stele County and Town Roads. DAVID WATSON, ltf Redwood Falls, Minn. (Lock Bex 114.) HEINS BROS., VIALXBS XV HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, AGRI CULTURAL JMPZEMTS, WELL AND CISTERN PUMPS, ScC.$ Deo/vcr Ifaffls, ilfiiui* The Iver. Tin D.S. Mnlr i I BSBNBVWB JVaOa Ww/t ISth, UTS. apoa tka Warth JBaat quarter X. SiSe JSwCthaiimitMia 41 w. ialyoa W aatd oatryi tta B.r ban, BM WM.H. KI.T,JMOIHO.OT-M WSBIISBV plaoe to buy Hardware in the Upper Minnesota Valley. Blacksmiths' sup plies constantly on hand. mayli* S. T. BUNCH. Furniture Of AH Kinds CONSTANTLY ON HAN% All Work WarraaHfL y /v 4-v Special itfaatiffl paid lo Undertaking. Wire S^B oadWsa^BtiSMi J# Hi «J.'. •*,' w The Mamfcetere «C .-J5v 1 ••tin "T ./•« v -a. SL -.Si. t' .'j?* •4 -M.