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LOCAL NEWS.
THURSDAY, APR 11th, 1873
Otteers of Redwood Count j.
Jadg*of Probata—8. J, F. RCTEK.
Clerko Coart—W. B.HATVK.
Sheriff—D. B. WH1TEU0RE.
Oareaar—R.W.HOTT
Aa4ltor—I. V VAXSCHAACK
Trsasarsr—A, TOWER,
Segistvto it .[ B. noBis- .jt.
8»r»«yor—TII.L TT?,
Attn-uvy -M. iMWEI.I.
C.»i»r Cmnraidiiioner— S.S.STrftLR.
OSp'toi Schools—R. W. HOVT.
Oaanty Commission?™—F. V.HOTCPKI??, oh'tn
SOU AXDKKA, C. 1'OKTl R.O. Ii. Tl'RBF.I I.,V
KELLER.
Slaaonlc—ANTlyriTY LODGE No. 91. A. F. k
A. M.—Regular inertinc* on the lxtandixl WfiV
aeiaaygln eacli month, at 7S o'clock P. M.
PAT*O*»
W. F. DICKINSON S.'c'y
OF
HrsBAJtDat.—RBC RedwocilOraogr
Wo. 234, meets regularly on tbe first anil third
erSay'a of »»ch month at 1 o'clock P. M.
W. A, 3wisn»a.3ee.
Church Directory.
PaasSTTMii.T.—Re*. Honrv A. Podge,Pustct
Services ererjrSabbath at 11 •.••Mat?)i
a. in.
Sabbatb achool at 19 o'clock a.
MBTHOPIST.- SPT. t" IT Brnn»fln,Pl»t«T.|l#fT!ff
avar* S»bh»tb atlOSia.m, SabbathaclioolcffrT
Sabbath, at 2S p,ni,
Sris^pat ScttIm* on ultimate Snndsy.atll
Celeck A.M.and? P.M. R?t. T.. (J. Hunter, Rector
SuoJaj School at 4 o'clock p. m.
CefcTSTiAt Flili-r, A. T. Fjo«t r.istn aoitlccK
c»*ry I.c-.ij lay at WW A. M. arU .S
V.
StinJsr Sc'icol 1' O'clock.
M.
tWSS-CVffMG,
Bwnvoon
KA
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MI
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TA 1878
orniE IIOrRS:—For il lirry of Mail and of
Stsnp., ftom 7:30
A
*, to ?:30 days.
On 5acila\«, from 1- V. to 1: r.
MOOOJJ Or lcr and Register Letter Ecfartmsot
ofca frouS:^ s *o f:p,n.
ROBT. WATSON. P. M.
Jlew riin & Redwood Stssre Lines.
V DAIIT STiOK EACH
WAT.]
Baiwoo.l FalU .v ,• Sti on. A ngtrteb
way eTi ?y ay, conov v i J. :»j tlie tnina—
Ltftve R««?wood F- 0 .. M.
Rddwood F*U« to Minnesota FaII».wia Yellow
Hedlci n*» fae*5i»v andFrMnrff tad r«toiooo
WeAu**d%v*Aii\ Saturday*
Red-rood FslUiiod Bearer Falln and return
#reryTuatdar, Thursday and
*a!nrdnj.
Oliicago & North-Wsstem Raiiwav.
Time of departnrcof Pa»»encer Tr\:a» fwa Kt«
t'lm.
hsave for Chicago ani the Eait 5:43 A, M.
St Paul weekly Pioneer-Press
—AND THE-
REDWOOD GAZETTE.
We will furnish the tiro paper* to new
Subscribers at tS.8Q per year or,
both papers with eit har of the Pioneer
Press maps for tQ,Q^)a
R»ad the advertisaieiit of the New weed
Sewing Machine.
J. Lichtwark is erecting a new bnilding
80 by 30 feet—1 1-2 stori?s, on 2nd, St.
Lire trees have been put in the places of
the dead ones in the Presbyterian church
grounds.
The present term of School will olos«
tomorrow, Friday. There will he a rac«
tlon of two weeks.
Mr, Rockwell returned last «reek. A
large part of his hardware striek is on hand
and he is getting his store fitted up. Qe
will put in a «!a«« front.
Considerable work has bren done on the
Episcopal Chape! this spring and it is the
present expectation to hold serrlc" in it on
Baster, April 21st.
When the disorders of babyhood attack
your baby use at once Dr, Bull's Baby
9/rup and notice its rapid and beneflcial
affect. Price 25 cents.
JESSUP is getting in a complete
•took of Crockery—Stone and glass
ware He is refitting his store ior as
enlarged stock.
At the last meeting of the Connty KtfStfi,
the Chairman was authorised to dress np
the Court House grounds and, in accord
ance with such instructions, it has been
plowed, dragged and seeded to grass.
The few dead trees have been replace 1
with live ones, walks laid out and graveled
and the whole place putin neat and attrac
tive condition.
Physicians recommend Dr. Bull's Congh
Byrnp when all other medicines fail, a* a
certain cure for Bronchitis, Sore Throat
and Coughs or Colds of longstanding Por
Sale by all Druggists.
Walnut Station is one of the liveliest
places on the railroad this spring. There
are two new general stores, with new two
Story buildings and Masonio Hall in one.
There is also a new Hardware, a nev
grocery and Meat market.
There are eight n* nine dwellings being
erected.
The farmers who went away dnring the
hard times have returned and many new
ones have eome in. The government
land in that vicinity is all taken and soma
of the railroad land.
Bead Cronley Brothers' new Ad
VMtisement.
Mr. J. S. 0. Hcnner and Mr. Tkos. Mc
Millan started on Tuesday Morning to lUi
nois- Mr. Honner goes to visit the cream
cries and Dairies in that section of country,
In accordance with the cooperative action of
aom* of the farmers in this vicinity, and Mr.
MoMillan to purchase a Norman horse for
the company that has been formed. There
Is a strong disposition among the farmer*
of this fiouuty to strike out in the right di
rection. If they raise stock they propose
that it shall be good stook and. if there
ara Improved methods in butter and oheese
aaklng, they wish to avail thessselves ol
It.
JESSUP bis ft fall stook in win
department
Rend tbe ootioe of Connty Treasurer
fewer in regard to the amended tax
tar. The praotioe of waiting ton or
ftftnen days after the first dnj of Jane
nraat oease. Tbe penalty attaches at
MM
nod the offioar most either eolleet
II or pay it oat of hif own pooket. It
will bo oboerrod that both Auditor and
Treasurer will bo involved ia any
omission to oolleot tbo penalty. Wo
have fouod tho ineombonts of these
to be very aooommodaling gen
LAND SALE.
STATU OP MINNESOTA,)
Lu Omci,
ST. PAOL, MARCH 29th. 1878.
Notice is hereby given that the COM
MISSIONER OF THE STATE LAND OF
FICE WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC SALE,
ALL THE SCHOOL AND INTERNAL
IMPROVEMENT LANDS THAT HAVE
BEEN APPRAISED iii the County ,f
REDWOOD
AT
REDWOOD FALLS
ON
Monday May II, 1878 at 10 ttlbek a. a.
Descriptive list of the tracts to be offered,
their appraised value and terms of sale,
will be on file at the Auditor's office in
said coauty for the information of the pub
lic.
Fifteen yer cent, of the purchase money
and interest at the rate of seven per cent
on the balance frm the day of hhIp to the
first of June, 1878, will be required on the
day of sale. On timber lands nn ainonnt
equal the rains of the t'niber will be
required in volition to the fifteen per rent.
After the first payment tlo I r.l.mce ol
the purchase mom y in full or in install
ments is I'.-.vr.ble at the option of the pur
chaser until twenty years irom t\e dute ol
sale, on Internal Improvement land* and
thirty years on school lands, providrd tJ.«
ar.iinal interest kl tlte rate of seven per
i-ent. is paid in advance on tKe flrtt of
June of each year. Upon a failure to iy
the interest when due the lands revert to
the -ti»f without further uoticc or pro
«, and vil! again sold at public
i
.sle,
unless dotil'le the ataount ol' ii:t'(eil dnv i
previously paid.
O. P. WHITCOMB,
Com»».issioner.
RemrmVer the sp-llirg match tomorrow
evening.
is stated that the lrjfht Express will
SO:s run tiiron&iito Marshall.
The Oopher Is on Its way here loaded
with luml er, brick and merchandise.
Mr. O'l'aa rei'»irrd his bottles l»*t
week and hivs his Drnj Store tery ha'ida
soru 'r arr..!'^ d.
Mr. Geo. W. Tenney, a merohaut i
Wabasha, has bren in Redwood Falls,
visiting bis father's fsmlly for some dajs.
A little son of Mrs. Dr. Lnsher had his
thigh broken yesterday afternoon while
playing at School, He is between Ave and
•ix years of age.
Parties are looking sronnd this week
with a view to .tarting a brisk va d, pro-|m'nl "nph
anticipated.
A correspondent says that Mrs. Mart ha
.1, Steves, near Walnut Station, in this
County, has seeded to wheat this spring
101 .mvnnr.fSn^ an^
fl'iiflhinj March 22nd. The wheat i* now
all up and looking finely. This looks
like good ms'ia^ement.
Work has been begun on the Redwood
Palls Railroad, and by next week it will
probably be pretty lively all along. th»
route A eqnad of men were hrre, Tues
day night, who have a sub contract and
were on their way to commence work.
We understand that the west twelve miles
have been let to Mr Larson of St. Piter.
Messrs Laird St Dnrnberg have their
new Hardware establishment fitted up in
good style and in running order. They
have built a work shop in the r*ar They
have a general stock of hardware and
fanning implements also, Agricultural
machinery.
Read their Advertisement, la another
column.
Spelling Hatch.
There will be a *p»iling match at the M.
Church, Friday evening of this week,
for the benefit of the Ladies Aid Soji'ty.
A prise will be given to the "Champion
Speller."
Admission 5 els.
Epeseopal Chanlu
8BRTICES OF HOLT WBII.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thnnday
evenings at 71*1 O'Cloek.
Oooa Famav
Movnnlng In ahnrch 101-t0*c.
Evening 7 Sayinga 71-1,,.
Basran CAT.
BasterOreetiug 9 A.M.
Prayer, Holy Coamanion and
Sermon 101-3 A. M.
Evening Prayer 71-2 P. M.
Speeial Baster OflMags will be devoted
to church building.
It is desired thai eeiMannieanta and
member* in the Missionary Distriet make
an effort to eome In to the services on
Easter Day.
The Examination of persons wishing
Teacher's certificates took place on
Monday afternoon and Tuesday. It
waa oondnoted by Mr. David Thorpe,
for the Connty Superintendent.
Tbo following named persons re
oeived certificates.
2d,
QRADB.
Flora Skinner, Alien Middleton
Ellen Lyman, Addio Cook, Carrie
Pan), Fremont Chapman, H. Bald
win.
3d,
GBADB.
EvnChase,
IDA BNIFOTOIF,
Real Estate*
Sale* during Itarch, as shown by the re
cords of the Register's offlce.
Leonard Hartitl to Mitehel Pankaty N W
1-4 29 110 94. 1300.
(feo, P. Morse to Martha Perry N W 1-4
8 112 39 1,000.
E N Martin to W Miller Lot 1 B12
Villag of Redwood Falls 99.
James Gideon to MoMastera 9 1-0
NE 1-4 34 110 31 9528
Day to Peter Smiths II W 1-4 14
112 37 WW,
Bailey to Saml I Bailey 1-3 Lota
1 2 3 li and Lots 11 and 12 9 Vil
lage of Redwood Falls. 100.
K llutterfleld to 8 Bailey 1-2 Lota
I 2 and 3 3 11 and Lota 11 and 12 9
Village of Redwood Falls 150,
S E Dailey to Sarah S Bixby Lota 11 and
12 9 Redwood Falls. 100.
Leatherman to MB Oilliepie Lot 4
7 Redwood Falls 80.
Smith to Tifftny 1-2 or Baet 1 3 Lot
IS Redwood Falls 290.
Samuel Mathers to Sarah B/ingtoa W
1-2 NE of NW 1-4 1'i 111 33 ,00.
S Hyington to Samuel Mathers E 1-2
SB of NW 12 11235 *1,00
W A St Peter Co to Thus Wilson
Sees. 23 29 and 31 119 39 110,169.41.
as MeMillan to John l«l»*r \f 1-2 Seo 1
15 Villlgi'of Hertwid Falls $300.
1) V Francis to tleo A llolden Lot* 9 10
II and 13 5 Redwood Falls #30.
A Rogers to Rmitia Lee NW 1-4 14
110 35 #700.
E lli'dal to II Hills fait* of lots in Vil
of Wilnnt. 5r»ve. 100.
A Lttk to Till Titibette Lot 2 19
Villas'* "f KedwOi*t rails
1)
If.trlirork
viding, Mr. Davidson does not. The man "hs!l be lWble to
who does do so will hare a *ood business.
TO
fifany Lot
ON
tA*
The Silver Wedding of Mr. A Mrs. that the Auditor and Tx~ar»r have no
Crump rrill be ce'ebrated this, Thursday,
evening, by iaeir friends, at the Christian even for one dav.
Church. A very delightful occasion i. A. Tower Ceur.«y
April 10th 1378.
Messrs, A Wallin, D. L, Digham and CJ.
W. Belt have commenced the work of ap
prising the Internal Im pro- ement acd
ichool lands" The' received instructions
and blanhs on Tn?sdny.
Mill
Street. 20.
Tiffany A A Wink'ey let on Mill
Street 60.
John Mclntoeh to Oto Crooks 2 lots on
Mill Street fJOO.
I' l'osgtie to Hitchcock S 1-2 NB
1-4 and K 1 2 1 4 24 112 3« *400.
E Kmil*» t(i W Braiey S 1-2 NE 1-4
and N 1-2 SW 1-4 3« 114 37 9600.
ifotlee to Tax Payers
Section Ps of the new
th follonin* peoTMions,
flr«t of .lune of caeh year the county
Treastir.v, nh»ll turn to the connty Audi
tor the several tax lists in hia hands, etc.,
And thereupen a
sha'l inttnedi.vfly necrue, and thereafter
be ohargal upou all Delinquent taxes.
And t.vj Auditor who yhall make out and
deliver any statement of Delinquent taxes
svithout i! clnding sneh penalty therein,
and any Treasurer wh' shall receive pay
I ment o' sneh tax
w'thout
th* atnonnt of such pentlty.'1 It will be
observed by th"? extract published above
knd e%nnot grjknt
„t9asion
of
Laird & Dmieri
Deakrt itI
Heavy and shelf Hard*
ware.
Seeding in th'* County wa completed an i Agricultural implements of all
«imed iys a^n, iro^t in a few tnatances,
wLars the crops are extensive. There is a
much larger area gown to4 wheat this yU
than ever before.
The weather has been fa*rable and the
work well done.
We nndrrstand that Mr. Howard Bell,
who has spent some days in Redwood,
has mad" arrangements to pnt in a St ick
of fnrnitnre. He is a member of the Arm
of Bfll Bros, of Hastings, fnrnitnre Manu
factures. Mr. Beli will oceupy Mr. Ctump's
building, now nsed for a School room.
8tCT9S, Iron, Tinwara, Doors, Sash,
Olen, HuWin.- p*Fer, plows, wagons,
Agents for the Buekeft Bower,
liaap^r harvester, (Tanton e» Cfp
stakes thresher and Canton monitor
far»a engines.
Mill street neat 4-jot to J. Jresup.
Redwood Fslb Mian.
Dealers In
Croceries and Provisione,
Glassware,
Crockery,
Stoneware,
Wood and Willow
ware, Flour,
Feed &c.
Highest market price paid
•or all kinds of farm produce.
2nd Street, Redwood Falls Mion.
Sons or
TUB
ISDCCBWESTS
WOOD COUBTV
TBM
Ran-
ovvxas *0 Faan«ns,
A soil unsu»pa*wd in fertility, well wat
ered. plow land and meadiw on almost
every quarter section.
A flue b»dy of timber, abont 12,000
acres, stretching along the uwtre north
aide of the Connty, and groves scattered
all throngh it.
A r»ilf»d running throngh th* aon'hem
portion ef the Connty and one will lie
btiilt ikntsrli the north side to the Connty
Irat by JM1}T 4tll.
SrlMMtl districts organised an# srhonl
linuaes bwilt.
Chnrch organitatlon* and ehttreh bnltd
Inn.
Tw« No, 1. lostinf mills and one
NOTICE.
U. 8. Internal
ROYMM
Special Taxes.
Under tho lie vised Statntes of the
United States, Sections 3232, 3237,
3238, and 3239, every person engaged
in any business, avooatioo, or employ
ment, which renders him liable to a
special tax, is required to
procure and
place and keep.amtjticuoutljf in hit et
tab\uhment
or
phux of business i
bTAMP denoting the paytnant of said
special tax for the special tax year be
ginning May 1, 1878. Section 3244,
Revised Statutes, designates who are
liable to spccial tax A return as pre
scribcd on Form 11, is also
required by
lutD of every person liable to special tax
as above.
Severe penalties
are pro­
scribed for non-compliance with the
foregoing requirements, or for oon
linuing in business after April 30,1878,
without payment uf tax.
Application should be made to
A. 0. Smith.
€Mi utor ef Internal Revenue, at
Roohester Minu.
HARDWARE.
I l«re opened, in Redwood Falls,
slrtck of hardware, sash, doors,
({law, builders' materials, farming im
plements Ac.—everything pertaining
to a eomplelo Kareware eatablinhment.
I am a practical tinner and iosure
satisfaction in suoh work.
My goods are on hand before Adver
tising.
I have settled in Redwood Falls for
bneincsa and invite the pnblic to ex
amine my establishment,—goods and
prices.
W. ROCKWELL.
LOST NOTES.
The undersigned laat two promissory
Note*, signed by Daniel MoMaster at Red
wood Falls on the 11th of Maroli 1878.
Notes were dated on the 11th of March
1878 and Ml due respectively iu two and
tas law contains "'ree years from date. Were payalde to
Vis "On the undersigned or order. These notes are
of uo value to any one but myself—pay
ment has been stopped.
The flnder will be suitably *ewarded on
pe^tV of ten^eeni ^nmlng the notes to tho BAMur of the
Redwood Gasette.
March loth 1878
Jasaea L. Gideon
Slerpy Bye Lake Minn.
For Sale.
A span of mares, five yean old,
including such
the cooiity for 90a,l,» drivers snd with foal,
Pnee, including herm-as, ca-h, 1225.
NKWION.
Redwon-J Falls April Snd, 1878
For Sale.
A span of Msres. Weight between
tlevcn and twelve hundred. Will take
I yoke of oettie in part pay and either
h, young stock or a good note for
balance.
NILS STINSON
MW
mill, loeated at Redwood Fall*, the Connty
Seat.
Magnificent rolling prairie* with charm
iwg lake*.
Good society and a remarkably healthy
climate
Excellent market* Cor everlhlng prod ne
ed by the farmer.
Farms can be purchased at figures that
are regarded as reasonable even on th*
frontier and bear no oomparison to the
price of land in older Conntie* where the
business and social advantages are no bet
ter. and often inferior.
Low TAXRS.—Theamount of general tax,
levied in 1877, on an nmmproved quarter
section did not exoeed five dollsrs, snd the
average amount on improved quarter seo
Mattie abonts^ dollars.
Bolt, Bell Cronk,
Oomoa bat we woald rather not trust jByington, Laura 'development and growth, offers induce.
to their paying that penalty for of and Minnie Chapman, Louisa Fosgate, menu to farmers not to be found
W« woald not adTmo any one oloo to o*' Ella Fosgato, Bertha Heniio, Honry plaee elss to the northwest
Chapman, Wm. Hubbard.
Redwood Co, with its present prospects of [east.
Swedes Forsst Minn.
LOST-
A pocket book, containing mosey
and some postage st»mps. Lost
OJ
the
ro*d between the Hedwood and Beaver
Fa„, fcrry kn1 Sltpy Eye
$5.00 reward will be paid for Us re
turn to Benj. Johnson.
P. SCHUMACHER.
Redwood FalU Minn. April 1st. 1878.
New Hardware.
A complete Stook of Shelf
heavy hardware.
A large ht of ttew Cook
/Stoves.
The fincet ever in the market.
Also, a general assortment of form
ing t»»ls.
Will not be nndersoM.
Call and see my ctoek and learn my
prices
W. A. SWISHER.
John Jessup.
-DEALKRIN-
Staple and Fancy
lSTotiozis,
Graia and Provisons,
Redwood F^lls
Improved Farm for.
Sale.
180 Aer%—the If K 1-4 Sec 14 111 38
about *"vrn miles I'rom dwood Tails.
69 Acnes Rsanv rox CHOP.
Hon re 1 1-2 ..toriea, main bnilding 14
fret with a wing 14 18 feet, well bnilt
of pine Inmber, double plastered, with
good cellar.
Three good w»lls
Abont three acres of thrifty lf»», snm
of them five years old. Th-y frteiirh n
good wind-break f««r the bnildiosi.
Bsceller.t meadow land on f-rm
Iii (sood school dtstrtet and within half a
mile of the seh«»l house.
I sin
TIOW
seedins the land and the crop
will be sold with the farm.
Price moderate and rens easy.
It is one of the choice farms of the
Connty.
Owing to the sickness of a member of
family I am compelled to sell and return
IMVW WORST.
8pencer Copy Books. Spenoer
City Drug Store.
Dobner & O'Hara.
Proprltor*.
Fresh goods and Low prices.
/ost received a complete stock of pure drags
and Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Brushes, Toilet Articles, Perfumery
Ac.
Physicians Prescriptions Carefully and
Soientifioally Prepared.
WASHINGTON.
MEAT MARKET,
—BY—
a Iaicht wark
Second St. ... Redwood Falls
Will be found at nil times, a choioe
selection of
MEATS, SAUSAGE, &o.
Cash paid for fat oattle, bogs, and
hides. 179
BURNS STATION!
We call your attention to our
complete stock of
PINE LUMBER,
FENCING, SIDING,
FLOORING, DOORS
LATH SHINGLES,
SASH and Finishing Lumber.
Lumber supplied by the Car
load lot at wholesale prices.
A.
G. ANDERSON
WATERS' Orchestrion cklaes ORG All
Mks MM keaaliral
f- in style and pcrfNt
lit traeever aaaSe.
«AN8, to'lfiMe
It hae M* eelekrate4
CsitsrtsaMp, «U
ehiia taaitacton
ytJUH*as»a Vain,
aa& tw* as s half
OetavN^Mbis*
•ad vtrfect kai
•m wltkftswdai
dc (Mr eSTeet is mM|.
Jeal & eleetrlfyiif,
WATRRR* CLARI*
ONA, OlU'HESTIfca
CEXTKNN1AI.
COTTAtJBOlU
ITAATH
Caeeearefoevea
ntW**ctNKST GUNS.
WATER8'
PIANOS,
AKBTBB BEST BtADB (tts'Tasa, Taaeh,
WSHUHUHUMC Barmhlllty
IBS.
Warraated for SIX YBAI_
PRICES BXTOKMKI.Y LOW/^ eaak.
MMtklj laatallaeata received. A Liberal
•Haeaaat to naeHert, Mnuttn,Chtirek*,SeKecU,
AAGENTSWANTED. SptdalMu*.
I awstt la the rrade.Illaatrated I'alalnws
mMudlaatraneMaa(Ureal
BORACB WATERS ilc SOXtS
—rera and Dealers,
*. SO EAST 14tk HTKEET, UNIOH
•QUAKB, NSW YOKKI BEAT 2M7.
FOR SALE.
Oak Poets.
Also, Cord wood,
by
MASTIX
&
Son's.
C.G- MAY BURY,
Ammmm
AND
Building Superintendant,
No. 20 THIRD STREET,
WINONA, MINN.
flans. Specifications atd d- tails fnrnUhed
at reasonable rates. School Buildtngs a
Specialty.
For Sale.
20,000 young Ash, from two to
six feet high, a fide lot ot trees.
I will deliver them at B».4wood
Falls for 05.01^ |*f tLownud, frenhly
dog.
Also i lot of small soft trees,
fioni three to sis leot !.«)—il»ej were
raised on the pr»icie ftoni ?eed.
U. A. MASON
3 miles of Ucdvood Fall
IS7
PONO,
ryant & StrattoA Book Keeping
Rryant
Blanks, at
ROB'T. WAT-
oirft,
The St. Paul Weekly Dispatch
—AND TI1B--
Aim RUM X.ZKE TOP.
M0 CABS, NO GEARS, NO STREW*
AND NO NOISE,
BKDW00D GAZETTE.
03BYEAU POBflUl.
We have made arrangameuts with the
St. Paul Weekly Dlspateb, (the only Re
publican Journal at the capital, and a live
vigorous and independent newspaper,)
whereby we are euabled to furnish it and
the GASKTTS at tbe low rata of $2.50
ysar postage prepaid Cash invariably re
quired in advanoe. Specimens of the Dis
patch may be aeen at this office.
The Daily Dispatch and the GUsscra
will be supplied one year for 87.00.
DENTISTRY.
Dr. Janaofi CkgUty.
will hssStte
Olon
This BEST Machine
Cm be sold at Hard Times Print.
XKBXST
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8
[ouae.
REDWOOD FALLS,
every Monday.
All kinds of bsatiatry wosk dons
and warranted.
CHAKUKS UK ASOXA1U.E.
LIVERY.
BAKER & BYINGTON
Kedwood falls Mion,
Single or Double
Open or Top Buggies.
To be had at all hours
-AT-
Low Prices.
L. TRUESDELL,
mnnnfaotnrac of
HARNESS,
SADDI»m
isiiinisss
a cor.LrAR.Ss
I4IP?, CUK'« Y CO^TM, FLT
NRT9, SMU8H88,
PLhSiKRl
SEEXKO IT.
Circulars and Price-Lists on application to
WEED S. M. Co.,
HAn»
HARK» OIW,
c..
ho.
PurimmUr uttmati&H pmd tm
S A I S I
All orders promptly a*u»ikd«4 to.
WEED
SEWING MACHINES
HEW MODEL
—HAS—
HlU. R?., LLSPLFCOOLT FALLE
3 V-is-ly
MILLINERY.
MM. OJAI,
will opeu a Milliuery store on 2d
street three ore from the Post OfBc:
Tt.ni.king all lor their liberal patroii
age, she woald rcrpecift-Hy solicit its
continuance, flcr stock will be moc
more complete than formerly.
AUTOMATIC TBWIOXB,
CLCCAKT WOODWORK,
CHICAGO, III
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Redwood Falls, Minn.
Xbe Host
JAS. M°MILLAN
DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries,
Clothing, Hats fc Caps, Boots &
Shoes Crockery
PROCLAMATION
TO THE
E O E
—o»—
Redwood County.
Wi have now one of the most attractive stocks of good
ever displayed in this section, consisting of
FANCY and STAPLE
O O S
of the latest styles and best quality.
KOTIOWS, TRIKMIlffOS, Aa,
CLOTHIMO A SPECIALITY.
Kats and Caps,
Hoots, Shoes, Over-shoes, Arctic®
BTUUmST 3 & IlAHSllSf
Gent's. Furnishing Goods.
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE.
All of which will be sold for cash as low as any on« cao
•**11 and deal fairly.
We have no LEADING ARTICLES to sell at 01
bt low cost and then make it up on articles, customers are
not posted in prices of.
the publie for past favors, We woold respectfully ask all
vho w.«.t anything i. our lino to call and see our stock of goods and prices,
ind satisfy themselves before purchasing elsewhere, and
WE ASSURE THEM
(key shall le liberally and Honestly dealt with.
Stickle & Wiltshire.
J. ESTEY & COMPAHT,
BRATTLEBORO. VT,
Bxtemdve
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Mantdkctory of
IN^THB WOSLQI
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