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THE GAZETTE.
LOCAL NEW*.
1HUR8DAY, MAT 10th, 18T7.
Jeigeef Fiwlete—8. J.
OLWK CNI(-*. HAWK.
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Onili—» LHITCBCOCK.
Am*tUr—l. •. TAVSCHAACK.
TiMaaiar—A.TOWM,
ib|MNtr dm*-(UXnmm.
••rvtyar—D L. MIAH,
AttMMT—M. B. IOVIU.
fttfowiiimr t.nncna.
—'o»lHli P. L. BNHAV.
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0.
Knre Cfc'a^
•CBAKPKKA. C.FORTIB,
uun.
3. M.
LITTLE, V
ItmlMWTKH7ITT LODOg Xo. M. A. F. A
A. E-fcnte nll«n u th* litudkd W.*
•Nfcflto MCh BQtOi.ttm (I'ttwt P. M.
W. t. MCBtNMUr Mf.
tlWwi w Bnun*r.-n« BiIvmI Oiaage
». fM(»nto Npluly ob tka hit atl tUidSa
«r4^'« *T «Mk antk at1o'clock f. I.
W. A. Imm.lN.
Chink Directory.
haamntd^ln, Hrary A. Mp, Paatar.
*T»LEM MOT BaWatfc atMaa4aka)fa.ai. a«4
at? P.K.
Mtirt aafc—t«tfcalfa1 »*•«»—fc».a.
tanm.. VT. A*».Oalpia, FMtat.lmlwi
0mty bkktUi at
10X
atli,
Inawru 8»rrte»i alternate Saadajaatll
•*«U«k A.M.aadTP.M. R«T.K. O.H»ter,B*ctor
tula School at S Mda half o'clock p. a.
Hew mat Redwood Stair* Uaea.
A DAILY 8TASB Baea WAT.
Saiwoai fatl* to SfrlagflaM "oi Friday aad
Vftan taaicdtj.
MveoiralltU lOaacaota Talla.via TcUow
{MMae oa Taaatart aad TMmja aad ratanoa
aad htvlafi.
Bod wood fafliaad Bnnr Palli adntm
HaveryTaocdaj, Thandaj aad Satardaj.
CUoit I Norti-festen Rail?a?
Tim* of drpartar* of ftrnapr Trmiaa AMI Maw
Ola.
Laavo for Chkac* aaS
4h fart SrW A, N.
Then are still a fair of those garden
nils, sent by Maj. Strait, at this Ofioe.
The fence around tba Presbyterian
Church property Is about finished.
The Gopher left 8L Paul on Sunday,
loaded with lumber and merchandise far
Bedwood Falls.
Th* Bev. 1. 0. Hunter returned to-day
aad will hold services thia evening, was
announced last week.
We are indebted to Mr. Botwrt Watson
for valuable work, during oar abscao*, In
preparing the matter for this week,s issne.
The Rev. Mr. Hunter ha* had trees Bet
cut'on the lota he pvrehaaed for Ut* Bpia
•opal Chorefa, aad will probably fenoe
W* learn from the Granite Tails jtaraal,
that Mr. Bartm *f that plaee Is esperi
•Mfc ting *a what the Journal oalla a 'hop-
S. J. flonmr, Son cf 1. S. fl.
who has been at School at Ashland H*
returned hoes* on Saturday oven-
Mr. O. B. Tamil went to St. Paid last
w*sk. He will retarn tba first of nest
It 1* probable that Us family win
ay hiss.
W* uhasiv* a notiee, posted *p, for the
list sale under the tillage osganlsatlnu
Th* property to be sold Is two hogi in po*
i of th* Pownd*master.
W* believe that Saat baker has taken an
htnial in th* New UlmStage 11M on th*
tilth aid* *f tMa river. Be will get a n*w
i mnoh lighter than heretoloto need
A little Son of Mr. Spalsbmy, on the
Beaville aid* of the river, wsa aeriounly
tojared a few Jays ago bj falling through
afcidg*. TBs i*Jary ws* to Ms leg Ja*t
A paety of six, with a wagon and two
y«ft*.«r sadle, passed through, this morn
|^t benad lor th* Elack Hits. They
were good haaky looking fellows and some
them hsve had experience ia mining.
Poring yesterday aftamooa and this fore
*ar p- ople n}ov*d a pleaaant visit1
i du Hon. H. B. Strait. He is looking
I hiseontsitaents, and If he can
i in any way h* will willingly
40 m- It Is wily neeessary to Indicate
wtetie wanted to insure it attention. Mr.
oTBew Vim,
the Tsacbersr fxamlnatton, hdd bv
S*isrialsnd«it Bigham April 87th, thirty
•srtUtaatss
1st. Chads,
Si.
u.
found that it had saade oonslderabl* pro
greas within a year. There ia a new Hotel,
whm* we had a good dinner for twenty
•vaasntsi a large Depot, opened for bna
laass and two new Btora* Behnke Bros,
wffh** tm fltnetal 8 took, aada Hardware
W* fsaad M. H. OamUestOl there and
aspsal^r. aad Mr. Anderson with an *x.
ssUea* itodt of bxmbrr
As feast ami!. OIAXOBS
By a aoti** el*twhere, it will b* seen
^at the Ballroad Company have *p*ned
«h*lr B*yst aft Bnrna* Statlsa far
Tl* AfantrMr. fl**.
known to amay of *ar sftfasns, having
ifiail BIT TT "—TT Bye and man
Us hnaiasas s*d- la vary ehUgtag. The
law wM be
i to a large
W« sail attention to th* aotiw of tin
Chairman of th* Oouoty Board la frffr
•ass to barninc th* prairi* grass on (ho
Ulh faut, next Too da/. The Commh
sleasrs AN doing all they oon to got what
ever teaott then nay be in having the
graaa horned in thia way *ad it ia hoped
that there will be general and earaeet oo
operatlon in the nutter.
Let every one a*» that the grssa, in their
vMnlty, ia well bnnred. It ia getting late
and cannot ho postponed* If the l*th
ahonld not he a an (table day we believe
that it ia the decire that it shall be done on
the first favorable day after the 15th.
Torn ia, ovory body, and do the thing
right.
Th* beat information that we oan get
leads na to believe that the people of thia
County do not apprehend any serions dam
age from the grasshoppers this year. We
hear that there are spots where they have
hatched ont in large numbers but, in some
manner, disappeared. There has not been
any general hatching yet and it is hop^d,
and believed by many, that the crops will not
be very badly damaged this year and that
it is aboat the end of the grasshopper for
the present.
8*atelUaf afcoat Newspapers*
That the Americans are a reading
people ia manifest by the statistics of
th* Newspaper Proas of tbo eountrj,
as given in th*
BT FOB
». a, MWkNlMlmij
NKWSPAPBB DIBICTO-
1877, just issued bj 8. M.
PmMIU & Co., th* well- known
Advertising Agent* of New York,
Boston aad Philadelphia. Then are
reported ia it th* names, eharaeter
(political, agricultural, religions, med
ical, etc.") and names of publishers of
no less tban 795 dailies, 79 triweeklies,
125 semi-weeklies, 6,506 weeklies, 122
semi-monthlies, 771 monthlies, 16 bi
monthlies and 60 quarterlies, published
in the United States and the Brittish
America Provinces. The Directory
shows the number*of each of these
editions which ar* publishod in each
State, Territory or Proviaoe.
The book contains 379 pages, and
embraces an immense amount of val
uable information, showing great labor
and care in its collection nnd prepara
tion. It gives all necessary facts for
an advertiser to know about 8,574 sep
erate publications, while it is also in
teresting and valuable for the general
reader, the student of American per
iodical literature, and the observer of
American institutions. Th* book is
sold at th* low prio* of $1.00 per eopy.
•THE BOOT
on
ISHT'—Well,
THK WRONG LEO.
who misput it so? If
the Aseriean farmers would, thoy
could put thst loot on the right lap.
But while worthless ours are preferred
to sheep we may remain tributary to
foreign countries for a part of our sup*
ply of wool and woolen goods. Fifty
millions of dollars for woolen goods,
and 811,000,000 for th* raw articlc,
together with the value of dog fodder
and sheep destroyed, safely estimated
at -40.000.000 more, is within what
we may put down on the debtor side ol
our general account for do^s, each
year! What a splendid fund this
would b* to utiliso in the interest of
the many thousands of the
1
suffering
poor ia our midst, many worthy among
whom, with but little ail wonld gain,
a fine footing on the highway oi pros
perity, and add largely to our substan
tial wealth, flaw long, O how loug
will this agricultural burden be tolera
led!—[Farmers Union.
FAB90H BBOWlfLOW.
Knoxville, Tenn., April 39.—Ex
(Senator W. G. Browalow died here
suddenly to day.
W. G. Browalow was bora in Wythe
eounty Virginia, August, 1805. Be
ing left aa orphan at the age of 11. be
was brought up to hard labor until he
was 18, uhea ho commenced an ap
rentieeship ss a house-carpenter,
lis education was, of course, imper
fect and irregular, but he was admitted
to the Methodkt ministry in 1826, and
for ten years worked hard as an itiner
ant preacher, being ehoscn in 1832 as
delegate to an anoual conference of
that body held in Philadelphia. Mr.
Brownlow began his political career in
1828 in Tennessee, by espousing the
eause of John Quiney Adams, as
against Aadrew Jackson. About 1837
hie beeame editor of the Knoxville
Whig, a stroag partisan journal, and
from the vigorous and defiant style of
his artiolea obtaiaed a aational repota
tioa as
uThe
I
9
we
Fighting Parson*" He
wrote several religious and political
pamphlets at this period. He was al
so a defeader of the institution of
southern slavery, but rejected obstia
atelay the dootriae of seoessioa. In
ooooequence he was subjected to some
perseeution, and made prisoner by the
Confederates in 1861. After a year
h* As allowed to pass through the
northern lines, when h* immediately
b*gaa to writ* down his persecutors.
When the federals oaptarcd Knoxville
he returned to that plaee and started
another newspaper. lb 1869 when
Teaaeess* returned to the Union, he
was eleoted Governor, and again in
1867. II* was alseted to th* United
States S*naf* for the term commencing
March 1860. He waa a thorough rad
iealH aa advoeate of th* oongremional
theory of reconstruction, nnd violently
urndtho impeaehmant of President
Johnson. Sin** hi* retirement frt
thd ffeaat^ but liUl* has been heard
of him ia the politieal world
"BttMano" im
is asssftsi bj theee who have carefully
looked over the asotter 4h*t th* Loub
i#aa B*tfraiag 9oardiM4espeoial ef
torts ia tksir eavass Bake the Re
pufcHiaa Prasideotial Uckoi narry the
Statfttlsksl tkMugli,! aad tod*: that
N»«raa wer*«hta#a oat .froai ysriehes
ia wtiMi-lfe wa* aat fcir^r arorod that
J1~"
Sfedal IT*Ue».
logs Us*nsad aad
In oonfeimHji with Chapter 91 of •Blag*'
OrdUnanqm the time was up May first and
Dwgs running after tnia Not!** are UabU
to b* klll*d at any time.
W. A. Swnrnnt,
Village Becordef.
Another fresh stock of Drugs or
dered and expected to arrive it a few
days, at
DB HITOHOOCK'S.
A aew Braad of Cigars—Something
uioe, at
1( L. DAHIBLS*.
snfval of goods by the boat at
Bau Bnos.
Lemons, atJessup'r
—A full line of Stone War* Churns,
Pans, Jars, Jugs Ac., at But Baoa
Paint Brushes of all sixes, cheap, at
i
H. L. DANIBLS'
A-fnll stoek of plain and faney Groceries
expected by boat in a few days, at
BsuBaoe.
NOTICE.
:Caihe eitiaens of Redwood Connty.
The 15th of May haj been appointed aa
th* day for burning the Prairie grasp in
thia County. All peraons are notified to
protect their property and aaaiat in having
the prairie burned over, if it ahonld he a
aultabletfife
Beans 1"
D. O. KINO,
Ch'n Co. Board.
Facts Wartfc Kemeaherlng.
One thousand shiogles, laid four
inches to the weather, will eover one
hundred square feet surfaos, aad fir*
pounds of shingle nails will fastea
them on.
One fifth more siding and flooring is
needing than the number of square
feet ot surface to be covered, because
of the lap in the siding aad BMtehing
of the floor.
One thousand laths will eover seven
ty yards ot surface, and eleven pounds
of lath nails will nail them on.
Eight bushels of good lime, sixteen
bushels of sand, and one bushel of hair,
will make enough good mortar to plas
ter one hundred square yards.
A cord of stone, three bushels of
lime, and a cubic yard of sand, will lay
one hundred eubio feet of wall..
Five courses of brick will lay one
Scarcely a week had passed away,
When Mary got mad, and what did ahe
say
She shouted ont that all may hear,
"Pork and b»ana 1 I've got j«u there fr
—[Boston Commercial Bulletin.
H. BEHNKE & BRO
BURNS* STATION, MINN.
We offer to the public a
well assorted stock oi General
Merchantdise at lowest prices
for CASH and FARM PRODUCE.
BUTTER
A
SPECIALTY.
Our stock is replenished by
every train from our large as
sortment in New Ulm.
Fred C. Gley will be hai
to wait on all who favor nun
with a call.
He also keeps the AMERI­
CAN
our Store.
Burns', May 4th, 1877.
4 hi
of iatWfditloa or
M.'iaM of
•T Ik*
Hetfeo to th*_Pe*pl*
Cauty:
in
EXPRESS do's OFFICE
NOTICE.
U.S. LASDOI
IMFMODMB MAS, AYRIUMIK, MOT.
OoaaaMat haVlag Wm Mlmtattkb DSw by
MMIISB pM hllMlHii^iwA^Nr
this OS«a SH th* 11th dar Jaar,
a»J
Wa f.Pwniiwim ligtmr^
TUR WESTERN ORAL.
With th* a«w management of Tax
-WKSTHUI
Knui comes aaarked im
provements id that stcrlng Flaras aad
Famil Tfeekl
and
It has added Croi
Ore^u. s* sjsteinarie as
»WJ, iaiportaat oouMtJ &
toiaefaidli
the North w**tt"ifrom Otiio to Ike
Wo*ntalus atfd satpussa Ak*
pa*t9*ntat WaaMig^ i^asai»ol| it
thsy av* preaeatod fteetk totliefamen
la a coodeneed ftm earth wwelr, "Tai
WwTKair RVKA^ tdm bas Ooimwev
*qualjusti**toall i
struotiv* UhMrravy
it th* sost ooajdst
aewspaysr iktaai
WJmr'
v*
aad Faaiily
friwUlMtt
Addnas Tint
The law, passed bj eh* last Legiala
ture, provides, that the County Com
missioners shall fix a tii*«, -not earlier
than May 15th, for burning Prairi*
Grass all over the County aad that
any person who willfully or carelessly
sets any fire previous to th* tim* ap
pointed, shall b* anbjeot to a fiae of
not less than $10 nor more thaa $160.
or, ia default of paymeat, to imprison
ment for a term of not less than thir
ty days acr more than three months)
also, any person who aegieets or refus
es to burn at the appointed time shall
be liable to a fioe of not less thaa $5
nor more than $10. The time will
hereafter be fixed aad proper regula
tions made, of which due notiee will
be given.
Notioe is hereby given that all per
sons violating the provisions of the
above law will b* mad* to suffer it*
penalty.
Particulars may be obtained and or
ders left at this Office.
—Faber's Artist's Psncfls, Dixon
Graphite Pencils, Copying Pencils, at
EOBT. WATSON'S.
K0TIC&
To all whom these preseat* nay
eome, greeting. K11 persons having ae
oounts with me that have bees stand
iag for thirty-days aad ovprr will save
costs by calling and settling on or be
fore May 1st 1877 Otherwise ao
oounts will be l*ft with aa Attorney
for collectioa.
foot in height on a chimney, six bricks Charter's house. If it is not stopped I will
in a course will make a flue six inches
i
wide and twelve inches long, and eight jgi
bricks in a course will make a flue
eight iacbes wide and sixteen inches
long.
The law assists those who are vigi
lant, and not those who sleep over
their right*
Ignoranoe of die law exooses so oa*.
—[The Citisen.
The Secrets of XasoMjw
The story ia told of a Mason's wife,
Who plagued liim almost out of his life
To learn the secret—whatever it be—
The mystii' words of Masourr..
Said he, "Xow, Mary if I .«bould tell
The awful words, I know Tery well
When yon^et mad, my darling dear,
You'll rip them put, that all may hear."
Said she, "Oli, Edward, Neper I Never!
They'll rest it* my heart's recess forevert
Tell me, Kdwanl, end never more
Shall I scold or I ret or slam the dtor
And I'll try to be quiet frith nil my might.
No matter what hour you conte at night."
No man, unless he were made of wood,
Could resist an offer so fair and good
8o he said, "Now Mary, my woe or weal
Depends on the words I'm about to re
real."
"Oh, Ned." ahe answered, you may de
pond,
I'll heop the secret till life shall end."
Said he, "The seoret that Mssonry
screens—
The awfnl words ar*—Pork and
Dated this 12th day of April 1877.
W. A. SWMHKB.
ITotlee*
Some persons have been carrying away
portions of the fano* on tb« farm eaat of Geo.
take means to bring the offenders to pun-
The business will be continued by the
subscriber, at the old stand, wheer I have
full stock and new goods on the wsy.
D. L. HITCHCOCK.
NOTICE.
file new R. R. Depot
—AT—
BURIS' STATION
was ^ened for business May 2d.
H.BARNGABD.
Agent.
JIU EPILEPSY,
r'• OR
Falling Sickness
PEBMANEjm.Y CCBCD—SO HtTWBUO—BT
ONK MONTir.S Ui*AOK Or OR. OfTOLARD'S CEL
RBRATED INFALLIBLE ITT PO WORKS. To eoa
riim aaSnvra that Ikm powdara will do all in
claim (nr th«ai.tM«01 a»a* tbaabr sail. TOit
PAID, a FREE TRIAL BOX, Aa Pr.OoalaHIa (ha
only ahyiseaa thai kaaaror nada thia dlaaaw a
sprcial atndr, ami a* to *nr InwiMm thonaaada
kava bwn PERJIAKESTtV CCRKI) br the aaa of
th-M rOWDERS,- WE WILL 6UARANTEK A PER
MANKVT enro in wm ea»r, or BSFONO TOU
ALL MONET EXPF.NDBO.
All ralfenira ahooM gira th«sa Fawdeta
aarlj trial, aadba ecarinwd sf their cwative paw
•ia.
rika,foriargabex,|S00,or4 toararir$1000l aeat
by mail to any part of Caitad Stata or Canada oa
rceelpt of priea, or •zpnf, C. O, D. Addnna,
ASH k ROBBIX9.
300 PCLTOV Staaar, Baoourw, N. Y
Positively
Alt ilnwittattli Unw thatata aaxkxis to
ha carrd ahoald trr BE. KtSSNKR*8 CKUBRATSO
COWSCMPTIVKPGWOHB. Thaaa Powdeia ara the
I lidiiV sssttaatlaser aithla th—,aa alas
[imliLi rom tMti5#W* h«*«* we wtH fcr.
taiilowwrniMw^ wlli |sl a fW
TKULBOX
VkMi wsaty—Tanasy —ta yaaaia pa»«w
ly asMaOad afthair aaiaHvr. paaata. Unar H*»
worth H|lh| aas KWDtas
sstfajr w« sajtfepiwjm.
lar(abax,|Mt aaBl
P^.fcrtargohss,l*WVwJat rftW
Uaitad StatM or-OMadahy mdl e* M*M#t ef prtaa
.•«i
Wa.B, Haaktorr. IwWr.
•3W t'jlJ
-i
NOTICE.
t.
I I 1
#f B*dw**d
Tb# €ottaty Bopvdk at its
thb we*k, appoht*d l. 0. Klaf Fit*
Superintendent for bunting Prairi*
Grass, with th* othwr Cntomisiioam as
Aseiteats, all to **rv» without nay.
D. O. KINO
Ch.a Board
Spenoer Copy Books, Spencer Pens,
Rryaot & Stratton's Book Kecpiag
Blanks, at
HCTB'T. WATSON'S.,
Toaag Trees Tor Sato*
Young White Ash, from twelve in
ches to five feet in height* Are now
growing in this vicinity and will be
taken up fresh to fill orders.
J. W Caoni
FOtXD
Button, founds
A Sleeve Button, found *81 the
Street, has Been left at thia Office for
identification.
IFotiee
of lMsaoluttea*
Notice is hereby given that the partner
ship lnretofon* existing under the Arm
name of Hitehcoek k Co. has been, bj
tftntual consent, dissolved.
B.L.HITCHCOCK.
Joax MCISTOSS.
Redwood Palls Minn.
April 25 th 1877.
S. T. BUNCH,
I
dealer la all KMs of
FurniturE
Chairs, Tables,
Be&teads looking Glasses,
norma
of eveiy description done to order.
Mill Street, Red wood Falls. 5-2
WA8HINQTOM
MEAT
CHSUHH, CHAM,
ami
Sae
AsnAVeasurs.
Mlsatswl| Broohlyn, S.T.
^C.St^VD flSthltTT.
aataaod dthhOSNle
awtacfc leraSeaj-
MsT laM'S*
iwner
id Cooatr, Mlaaa
rHialqi!
toaapaaraS
JSIl at
..
THIS
mxxs,««., to.
Am prepared at my new store on Mill St.
to aooommodate thoae
In my lln*.
wishing anything
on hand, *nd trimed
n any desiraU* style, on short not!**.
Order* from abroad promptly attend
ed to, remember the plaee.
8. T. BUNCH.
MARKET,
—BY—
J. Ill nhtwark
Second St. Redwood Falls.
Will be found at all times, a ohoice
selection of
MEATS, SAUSAGE, Ac.
Cash paid for fat uattle, hogs, aad
hides. 179
BUBNS STATION!
We call your attention to onr
complete stock of
PINE LUMBER,
FENCING, HIDING,
FLOORING, DOORS
LATH & SHINGLES,
SASH and'Finishing Lumber.
Lumber supplied by the Car
oad lot at wholesale prices.
A. G. ANDERSON
WATEByOrektetrisa fMawWHil
irthe iaac hwtUM
A iaatyle end Perthes
teaeever amde.
ItkaalkecMraUd
OnentaiMPi whl«
A ekiiaaasMtatiN
tflkHwu VdMt
mmd tw* aadahalf
OrtaTNtfMbta*
aMI aarftiet
•*a wahihn
mtkctU
,tcal Se dwtHiyiaf.
WATKBK' CXAHI
OMA, OKCHB8TH*
COTTAGE
OB.
SAMS Valuae VSwaeh Case* in eiv*.
arraatedt for MX
PTLOM KXTRBHbi wn
UIMMI TiaUaiiala rrtTTt
Ww»««t*i Harts*,
^A6E.VTS WAHTEB. fpiitalladaf
•ma t* Ikr wm*e.l|las»i aSs* Calatji—sa
MUSTI JtfiSSn*,
SQDAU. KBW
MORTGAGE SALE.
Nane.of 31ortgagori Patrick 3IcCor
wick.
Name of Mortgagee, G. A. Austin
Date of Mortgage, March 20th 1876
When and Where Reoorded, In the
office of the Register of De*ds in the
County of Redwood and State of Min
ncsota, on 20th day of Mareh A.
1876 io vol. 2 of Mortgages, on page
240.
Description of Mortgaged premises
All the following described pieoe or
parcel of laad lying and being in the
County of Redwood aad State of Mia
nesota, to wit The North Bast quart
er of the South-west quarter and the
South east quarter of the South-east
quarter of o*etton thirty three (33)
and the South-east quarter of the
South east quarter of 8*ction twenty
two (22) and the South-we*t quarter of
the South west quarter of Seotioa
twenty three (23) aad the North-weat
aio
uarter of the North-west quarter and
South eaat quarter of the North
west quarter aad the Sooth-wwt quart
*r of tho North-wwt quarter of 8oetion
twenty toe. (26) and the. Northeast
uiter of the Nor Ji-oast quarter and
South-east quarter of the North
east qaarter of S*etioa twenty s*ven
(27) all in Township one huadrad and
twelve (112) in Range thirty few (34)
Amount claimed to be due oh said
Mortgag* at th* date hereof is oae
hundrad aod-t#*nty five and 50-100
dollars, (125,50) aad no aotioa or pro
eeediags at law or otherwise having
been inatitwted to eolleet aaid mort
cag* debt or aay part thereof, notioe is
h«r*by given that by teasou of defkult
in the payment of said sum of money,
aad by virtue of power ot sale ia said
mortgage oentaiaod, aad pursuant to
statwte ia aueh *aaa mad* aad provided,
th* add aserteage'will beforeelooed by
asale.oi said aHH^ptnd nrMiisea, at
publie auction, to the highest eash
bidder, by the Sheriff of aald Conptj
Redwood at the front door ol th*
Oaprt Hot**, to Redwood Falls, aaid
of Redwood oaf the 12th day of
iy A
..ft 187/ at tea o'eliek A. M.,
te satisfy said aaeut daa en aaid
Mortgage aa albcssaid. and atf eeoteof
snle *aa disbaiaanats by law slll*w-
standard article iacompoondad
vitk the greatest care.
Its effects are 'aa wooderftil and ac
atisfactoiy aa ever.
It reatorea gray or faded hair to its
onthftal color.
It removes all eruptions, itching and
It givea the head, a cool*
ng, soothing sensation of great com
iart, and the scalp by its use becofnet
rhite and clean.
Byita tonic properties it restore*
he capillary glands to their normal
dgor, preventing baldness, and mab
ng the hair grow thick and strong*
Aa a dressing, nothing has been
bund so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayei
Massachusetts, says, "The con*
tituents are pore, and carefully se*
ected for excellent quality and
onsider it the
BEST PKKPABATION
ts intended purposes."
PrioSi One Bolhn
foi
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be re
led on to change the color of the beard
torn gray or any other undesirabk
hade, to brown or black, at discre
ion. It is easily applied, being in
OM
neparation, and quickly and effecto
illy produces a permanent color, whkk
rifi neither rub nor waah off.
NaaafiMtared by R. P. HALL ft CO*
MAUIUA, RJL
Ml tr tatfealm to ***».
Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral
gor Dissassa of th*
Cough. Bnaehitla
and Ooa»
The reputation it has attained, in
consequence of the marvellous cures It
has produced during the last half cen
tury, is a sufficient assurance to the
puMic that it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can be desired.
In almost every scction of country
there arc persons, publicly known, who
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs,
by its use. All who have tried it ae»
knowledge its superiority and where
Its virtues arc known, no one hesitates
as to what mcdicinc to employ to re
lieve the distress and suffering peculiar
to pulmonary affections. CHERRY PEC
TORAL always affords instant relief, and
performs rapid cures of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of the
lungs.
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
Is invaluable tor, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to
health.
This medicine gains Mends at
every trial, as the cores it Is constantly
producing are too remarkable to bo
forgotten. No fhmlly should be with*
out it, and those who have once used
It never will.
Eminent rhysicians throughout the
country prescribe it, and Clergymen
often recommcnd it from their knowl
edge of its cffects.
rUPABXO ar
Or. I. C. AVER 4 CO., lewttt, Mass*
Nt S—Tjltfl i
ST ASX
TBUESDELL,
Jl'*7 i
••'"4
aunufaeturer of
UMJ
MtAt.n
isr :mm'y
WHIPS, CURRY COMBS, FLY
NETS, HORSE BRUSHES,
PLASTERING HAIR,
HARNESS OIL,
dko«, 4o.
allenttoM jtasrfte
REPAIRING.
All orders promptly attended to.
Miu. JJUDWOOD ?Att8
34-iv-lf
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ut sru.
i l'
-.1 aW
Dr. J. CHIRSTV.
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Redwood Falls, Minn.

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QLPfHOtJSE.
4-'
feny#ootvAUla
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Every Tuesday.
"i ''li's
i. C'* 1* 1*
Aijfl V i 1'tL
"T
iti n
naip- •puiS'At i.*:*
**tof tb« mo*
V,
fill
BmpeettoBf yottre^
tub
taooR
VltWf:
JUST LISTEN!!!
We must settle onr books aad
take this opportunity of inform
ing all who hare unsettled
accounts with us to call at once
and settle the name.
JAS. MCMILLAN a CO.
Redwood Falls Minn., January 1st. 1877.
PBOCLAMATION
TO THE
E O
Redwood County.
W«? have now one of the most attractive stocks of good
ever displayed in this section, consisting
FANCY and STAPLE
of the latest styles and best quality.
NOTIONS, TRIMMINGS,
CLOTHING A SPECIALITY.
Hats and Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Over-shoeis, Arctics
BIAIBIfS ft VUlRIUi
Gent's. Furnishing Goods.
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE.
All of which will be sold for cash as low as any one ea»
•ell and deal fairly.
We have no LEADING ARTICLES to sell at ot
bt low cost and then make it up on articles, customers am
not posted in prices of.
Thanking the public for past favors, *We woold respectfully aak all
who want anything in oar line to call andsee oar stock of goods aad pries**
aad satisf/ themselves before parehasiag elsewher*, aad
WE ASSURE THEM
they aha.11 be Liberally and Honestly dealt with.
Choice Stock of Fancy and Staple Cro*
eerie* and provisions always on hand".
We wish to inform the public (hut
of
Ao.
Stickle A Wiltshire.
we
CASH BU8INE88, take no cbanow Mdit give om
customers the BE2TEFIT thereof.
1bX?ko«.
onr goods and prices and judge for ?otoa«tNib
BUTTER and EGGS,
-AND AL£—
tat eA ito ®ichange for goods at GASH FRIOlS^
•,:w
cm ti&q Jexjax
sre (Joiog a strictly
I
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CROULEY BROST.
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