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Officers of Ilrthvootl County.
.Twice ct Prolyl.'. .1. IS. HOfcBnS. Oerik T-Hirt. \V. H. tlAW'K. Sheriff.- 0.11. WlUTKMOliB. (':inini'r.- 11. W. HOVT. Mew ITlm nnd Redwood [A I II IL THE GAZETTE. Till"!1*1AY, APli. '21, 1S70. y Au.lit.1. M. V AN SCUAAOK. Tivrtsmvr. A. TOWKi Uettfrtcr of Oi'iM*. 11. UOBIXSOX. Survovor. i hi. 'I I littl .TTS. Attorney. M. K. ntWKI.I.. J'cwirt in\r.-\ -~ioi\ r. S. S. STICKLE. S^lip't Si-hooW. li. W. HOYT. C«mt\ Commissioners. l"t V. HOTCHK18S, rh*n. F. SCII A\1'-H\. C. POUTER, O. B. Tritur.i.i/ A. M'KWAKT. MASONIC Avrit iTY I.OIKM'. No. '.'1. A. 1 & A. M. Hivutrtr nn'i tinvrs the 1st uinl V1 Wednesdays In o u month, nt 7. oYWk V. j|, E. A. i\\in.».u, Sec. BKDWIXTO H. A. Chapter U. P. Stated Convo cations the 2nd and 4th Fridays of eiu-h mrnth. E. A. CilASin.En. W. PK KI.N-PON. Seo. H. T. C'lnrch Directory. PmBsn\TT.wiBN. -Hov. Ilonry A. llo.lco. i«tor. Scfvico-* ovorv i-vibnth at 11 nYl«n k A. M. rtiwi at"1* o'clock" 1\ M. S.ibUith school at 10 o' clock- A. M. Mttlu.PIST.-Hev. S. M. PHVI*. Ser vice? every SftVwth at 10lj A. M.. and .U I*. M. Sablutta school rvcry Sabbath, at 2l» M. CmitSTiAN.—Kl'lor, A r. Fv«t, raptor. Sor- vkv-* owrv ftt 10* $ A. M. and 6 P, M, iuiiIUiy School V. M. tPOST-OFFICE. RETWOOP FALLS. MIX*., .TAX. IBIS. Orrti'E Horns.—Fordolivery of mail ami wile of stamps, from A. M.. *re« k davs. On Suminy*. M. from -Money order and 12 M., to 1 P. Rcsri?tcr Loiter Depart ment oyen from 8 A. M. to t' P. M. Hoax. ATSOS, P. M. I. 0. of 0. P. MTPWOOP I.OTKJE. Xo. 68 meets every Monday nisrht. at T'ij"'clock. Br TS from a distance are cordially Invit ed to attend. Orro POKSIIT.RO.. H. S. C. W. TOVSI.KY. X. C. Stage Line, p.uiA- STAGE EACH WAY.] Redwood Fall* to Minnesota FaiK via. Yellow Medicine n Tuesdays rind Fridays to and turn on Wednesdays an 1S iturd.iys. Bodwo.id Falls ery Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Minnesota alley K Train- arrive at 9 1 dep'irt at re- Re iver Falls and Falls to Pen-. return ev- ana Xioca.1 IsTe-Vsrs. lie summer term of our Village school v begin next Monday. -Mme parties are in Town I.U.king pre parations to start another meat market. Martin & Sons have moved into Mat ter s new building, next door to the one thcr have been occupying. Mrs. Young sold her new house, on Mill St. to Mr. Dripps and has started to he northern part of the State. Mr. Geo. Warner, brother-in-law of Capt. Dunnington. is spending a short time in Town. May become a resident. Pobncr & Bailey have leased the lot a st of Bishop Gordon's office and erect ed luilding and sheds for their machine ry iu-iness. JJABT CARRIAGES.—received this week by Bunch & Jcssup. New styles and the finest lot ever brought to the place, call see them. The Dramatic club will render "Down by the Sea", publicly some evening the !.i part of next v. i k. It will' be at thv Court House. Mr. Webster Smith, of St. Paul, spent •. w days in Town and the vicinity this week. He was the guest of his brother in-law, Mr. Turrell. "Mrs. Ojia has qi: 1 fir snrac time last but is now able to attend to business and has received her new goods. She has a large and choice stock. A Fire Company or a Hook and Lad '"o Company is greatly needed in this Village. We shall have more to say on the subject when we have more space. Read Mr. Drake's advertisement ot new Harness shop. He occupies the building on Mill St. recently used by Mr. Greven as restaurant. Mr. Drake has worked at liis trade many years and keeps a considerable stock. He war 'nt.»: satisfaction. The verdict in liie trial last Saturday against M' Offorman for selling liquor without license was guilty and the sent ence a line of §75. and costs of proseeu- iferman was arrested again on Can be found at Eld. Tues day on a similar charge and with similar results—§75. fine and costs. In the lat ter case the jury was waved. Mr. E. II. Walter of Mantorville has lo cated in Redwood to engage in the Paint ing buisness. Mr. W. is a Practical Pain ter of 20 years experience and garantecs satisfaction in his line of work. Graining and Paper Hanging a specialty. one or two Practical Painters at any time which enable.- me to complete a job of work with dispatch. Can A. of Exchange Hotel. P. Frost's e«st County Superintendent Madigan held uu Examination, in the School house in our Village, last Friday at which fourteen were present. The following among others received certificates. 1st. Grade—Miss. Emma Chapman. ~nd. EI.LEN LYMAN. We did not learn the names of the others. Ball's Vegetable Sicilian IlairRcnewer has for many years occupied an honorable place in the toilet of American women, and has also attained popularity in fore ign countries. This is because it does PERFORM what it promises. Its warmest friends are those wt.o have used it long est, and those who sound its praise the loudest are those who from actual ex pcrience and personal trial have demon strated that by its use gray hair is res tored to its natural color and dry, harsh, ftttl wiry hairis made soft and lustrous. tiling of beauty, and a matter of joy nnd pride to the wearer.—[Sub Soiler nnd Dem««:tat, Corinth, stock. Call and se before the best st Serious fires prevailed in Ilenville Co. last Sunday. They are supposed to have caught from sparks from chimneys. The losses, as far as heart!, tire as fol lows J. M. Doyle—stables, 5 horses, 2 sets harness and 2 calves. Bert Nichols— 2 horses and 9 calves. C. Scliaver—Granary and 200 bushels wheat. Fisher—stables. John Wonmateelike— Stables. The fires oecured about 2 o'clo.k ir. the afternoon. Every farmer knows how annoying it is to have his farm made a public highway, and we should think that they would sym pathize-with Mr. Ezra Truesdell sufficiently regard his notice and not travel at random through his fields. Tlicy know that there is no road through his farm, yet they dive through as if they had a right to do so even tearing down the fence to get in. There is no necessity for that kind of tiling we wood County, who "burns hay," and adds that comments on the two statements are unnecessary.'' The object of the writer of the Red wood County pamphlet was to state facts. Having set forth the truth in re gard to timber within llic limits of the county, his responsibility ended. It was no part of his mission to follow up the hay burners from Olmstead count}-, who brought their social and economic habits with them, and readjust their methods of living. If Olmstead County people, when they come here to live, prefer hay to wood for fuel we will not quarrel with tliem. The elevation of any race or class is slow and gradual. What we do object to is, the insinuation of P. M. E, that his Olmstead County friend burned hay from necessity when it was purely a matter of choice, founded on the habits and experience of years. The statement contained in the Redwood County pam phlet is entirely truthful and we defy the Record correspondent, or auy one else, to show that there is a misstatement or an exageration in it in regard to timber or anything else. Gen. John A. Dix died last Mon day night in the 81st year of his aste. He was a noble old man. The Senate Committee, after in vestigating the charges against Gov. get Austin, notified him that they were wholly unfounded and that it was unnecessary for him to appear be fore the committee. Austin was u» aninious]v confirmed. FOR RENT. House for rent—on Mill quire Miss. Young Plg8«- Martin & Son have a excellent breed, for sale. J'Ycd Stow on 2?d St. of Lizzie Chapman. MADGE MOORE. Flora Skinner. IDA BYINGTON. March. Man' Abbott. Mattie Byington. Albina Colwell. Christie Johnson. few young pigs, Inquire at MMW WALL PAPER. We have just at Do Bislu Gordon is on hanri'eariy with (he McL'nrmick Harvesting machines and Self-binder. The Self-Binder is in even bettor working Pbndition than last year and one that would do good work last harvest will work well in any grain and needs no pulling. Gordon is taking time by the forelock in the matter of wire. He has three ton already on hand and will be receiving it regularly until har vest. so that there will be no delay this year. The binder can be seen at his place of business. would advise those who h:ve been keeping it up that they will find it a hard! pointin and expensive road to travel and they had ^u''' better take some other route without further notice. Totbe Public. Notice is hereby given that, if these obstructions are not removed within a to have them removed at the parties causing the same. O. W. BELT. Street Commissioner. Redwood Falls, April Sid 1879. Street. Mrs. Ojia. In CHOICE READING.—"Watson now sells the much prized Vest Pocket Series, for 35 cts each, former price 50 cts each, three volumes for 91. Call and see them. JNEW MILLINERY GOODS DIRECT FROM THE EASF. We cordially invite the Ladies of Redwood Falls and vicinity to call and examine our goods. We are, also, prepared to do fashonable Cloak and. Dressmaking. MISSES FOCKENS a WEYMOUTH. ITHarness Slog, CEO. DRAKE MANUFACTURER OF AMO iJcafer in irt&rness.& Saddles JiejHtiring done jfro)njth/ tnd neatly: LIGHTKARNKSS A SPECIALTY, MILL St. RnntOMi Fuu, Mnra, received a large lect your paper yles are all sold, bner & O'Hara's. The emigration to western Minnesota and Dakota exceeds anything that lias ever been known. All routes of traVel are crowded. The rain, so confidently expected dur ing the last two or three days, seems to be indefinitely postponed. Walnut Station Items. (From our Correspondent.) Business has been quite good for the last ten days Farmers are nearly i»H through putting in their small grain, wheat is up and looks well considering the dry weather. Miss Berniee Wiggins is recovering from a severe tit of illness. She was taken sielc early last spring and confined to her bed, all summer. As cold weather came on last fall she began to feel better, and has been able to be around all winter, al though rather feeble. Under Dr. IIoyt* care she is recovering rapidly. W. II. Owens starts Thursday with two car loads of cattle for the Chicago Mar ket. The Walnut boys seem bent on keeping Saturday as a day of recreation. There. wood Falls, Minn, is horse racing every Saturday afternoon, and last Saturday large crowds came in to witness the sport. There was betting going on, as is usual in such cases, and we understand that mony changed hands in some instances. The Methodists are making arrange ments for building a cfrarch. A meeting was held Saturday for the purpose of ap- Trustees. The church 011 ^ie %vest side of the town J. II. Anderson has commenced work on his new dwelling house. Miss Mary Ingalls has been confined to her bed about ten days with severe head- Attention is called to the fact that ache. It was feared that hemorrhage of the there is a great deal of filth in the streets brain had set in in. one side of her face and alleys of the "Village also wood, [became partially paralyzed. She is now slowly convalescing. machinery and stables. The sidewalks are obstructed and in many cases torn up and the streets and walks covered with building material without the written permission of the Street Commissioner, as required by the ordinances. Competition seems to be the life of trade. Since Burns and Owens got on The Rochester Record contains a com-: paintin munication, signed P. M. E. dated at Redwood Falls, in which reference is made to the pamphlet recently issued, services in the Congregational Church were discontinued to give opportunity to purpose of discrediting some of the state- ments made therein. The following is quoted from the pamphlet "It is coil- sidered there is timber enough to meet the wants of the county for an indefinite number of years for fuel, fencc posts, all Mr. Pratt, of Pleasant Grove Olmstead ^e-?c reasonable time, the Village will proceed years on Internal" Iiuprovemet Lands, the expense of i C?Unt?\,S lkmg *™SCments ,vho t0 bmld wishcd t0 attend. There larg(. attendance. Kotice. Notice Is hereby uiven that the etc etc." P. M. E. does not saw direct- meet on Monday the 28tb day of April, certain lands granted to the Southern lv, that the statement is incorrect but re- 2?™- the hour of 10 o'clock A at M.nne^ta Rai road^ml now held in trust .' ,. ,, the house ot Tlios. II. Ivinur Esq. for the Jt-jsup et ui situated in the lates a convcr-ation wlne.i he had held pURp0?(, ()f lettinir a job of grading with an old friend, a former resident of piece of Road running throujrh a slough, "poi the following terms, viz: Olmestead County, now living in Red- west of the farm of T. II. King:—Work I1 ifteen per cent, in cash and the bal Otlier jobs of y grading in the Town to be let thi day. e same The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board, JAS. ANDERSON, Town Clerk. WILLIAM C. LISK, CARPENTER —AND— JOmER. Jobbing promptly attended to Inquire at A. P. Frost's, Redwood Falls, Minn. NOTICE. Chapter twenty-one of the Village ordinances requires all owners and keepers of dogs to have them regis tered and licensed before the first day of May of each year. See. 4. of the same chapter requires the Village Constable to destroy all dogs not licensed. This and the ordinance against cattle running at large will be strict ly enforced. ED LAVGHLIN, Village Constable. JUST ARRIVED, A Large New Stock of Dry GoodS. I am opening at my old stand a large, well selected stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Domestics, Cottons and Linen goods. Fancy Goods and Carpets. Everything new and every article guaranteed to be as represented. All are respectfully invited to call and see the goods and ask prices. B. E. BUSHNEIX. Redwood Falls April 3d, 1879. LAIRD & DOMBEEG DEALERS HI HEAVY AND SHELF HARD WARE. STOY1S8, 1BOX, TINWARE, DOOBS, SASH, GLASS, BUILDING PAPKR, WAGONS, PLOWS, o—AN D—° AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF' ALL KINDS. Agents for the Buckeye Mower, Reaper and Harvester, Canton Sweep stakes thrasher and Canton monitor farm engines. Mill Street, between 2tid and 3d. Redwood Falls, Minn City Dm Store. Dobner & O'Hara. Proprietors, Jfyesh yoods and Isove prices. Just received a complete stuck erf pure drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paint#, Oils, Brushes, Toi let Articles, Perfumery &c. Physicians Prescriptions Carefully and Scientifically Prepared. SIMMONS & UI1TT. DEALERS IN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and FARM MACHINERY of all kinds. Have on hand a full Ilae of PLOWS, [ARROWS* N ARROWS, CORN &e TOOLS Ajronts for ESTERLYSEEDERS, DEWEY HARVESTERS, WOODS SELF-BINDERS. —o— Also MOWERS, HORSE AKES, and COM BINED MACHINES. Till Tibbetts Office, Mill Street, Red- Sale of State Lands. State of Minnesota Land Office, i St. Paul March 31st 1879. Notice is hereby given that a public will be sale of state lands in the County of Red wood will be held by the Commissioner of the state Land Office, at Redwood Falls, at the office of the county auditor Wednesday May 21st 1879 at 10 o'clock A. M. TEKMS OF SALE. Fifteen per cent, of the purchase mo ney ami interest at the rate of seven per cciit. per annum on the balance from the date of sale to the first day of June, 1880 I will be required on the day of sale. On timbered lands an amount equal to the value of timber will be required in addit ion to the fifteen per cent. After the flour for sale we can get it twenty-five first payment the balance of the purchase I and thirtv per cent, cheaper then we have money in full, or in installments, is pay been paying. .tec fiou, stores in this burg. date of sale, on School, Agricultural Col- a,K' L'liiversity ^Lands, and twenty provided that annual interest thereon at a hotel in town. If necessary arrange- the rate of seven per cent, is paid, in ad ments are made he will commence immc- vance, on the first day of June, or within diately six days thereafter. Upon a failure to a I pay interest when due the lands revert The town presents a different appear- to the State without further notice or ance since the citizens have commenced process, anil will again be olTered at tiioir tinncAs public sale, unless doubled the amount of interest due is previously paid. No Last sabbath the Methodist Quarterly lands can be sold at less than the appra mecting was held in Master's Hall. The isal, which cannot be leas than $5 per acre. O. P. WrIIITCOMB, Commissioner. was a Special Sale of Trust Laiiis. Board After offering the State Lands as above of Supervisors of the Town of Delhi, will' noticed I will also offer at auction sale a Counties of Brown, Redwood and Lyon ance in fifteen vears. with interest at s,'vt*n per cent iter annum payable annu ally in either June or November, with the option to pay any part of the princi pal before it becomes due. Interest pay able one year in advance. Deferred pay ment will be secured by a contract. Where all cash is paid a discount of twelve and one half per cent will be made from pamphlet prices. Pamphlets containing description and appraised value of the lands can be obtained by ap plying to the undersigned, or J. C. Easton Lanesboro Minn. O. P. WHITCOMB. House cleaning time will soon be here and old furniture need to be re paired and repolijjied. BI XCII & JESS UP take this method of informing the people that they have a process for repolishing furniture that makes old look as well as new. Will go to residences to do the work. All work warranted and charges reasonable, BUNCH & .TESSUP. McKay & Race, (Successors to Joux JESSCP.) DEALERS Staple and Fancy Oroc eries, Grain and Provisions. Highest market price paid for Farm Produce. Mill Street, Redwood Falls, Minn. SEWELL's JOSEPH SEWELL. Mill Street between 2d and 3d. Redwood Falls Minn. 0 o Retail Dealer ia Plain aid Fancy O-rooerleSy rovlelons, Orocltery, Glassware. Boots, SliOes eto. I make a specialty of Tea8, Coffee's, Canned Fruits, Sugars, Syrups,spices, and carry in connection with the same a full line of all goods that go to make up a complete stock of Gro- ceries, which I will sell for cash, or produce, as low as any house in the State. JOSEPH SEWELL. 2d St. 1 1D— «Tas. McMillan Off'trs a complete assortment of NEW SPRING Men's, Toutli's and Boy's Ready Made Clothing. Ladies' Misses and Children's Fine Shoes. Also an elegant line of Xadies' and Gent's Fancy Hosiery, Saranac Bttck Gloves and Mit tens. Overcoats, Hat a, Caps and a large stock of all wool and Can* ton flannels. At T«rj low prices. New Store, New Goods and New Prices —AT— Redwood Falls, Minn. "We would respectfully inform the citizens of Redwood Falls and vicinity that we have just cpened a complete line of Dry Goods, Notions, Gents Furnishing Goods, Ilats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Crockery and Groceries, which will be sold at i Bottom Prices. Farm produce taken in exchange. Soliciting a share of the public patronage we are Yours Resp'y. YV. A. Swisher, DEALER IN melf FARMING IMPLEMENTS, —ALSO— MECHANICS' TOOLS. Uont fail to visit this establishment when yon wish to purchase ANYTHING IN THE HARD WARE LINE. Oct, 9th 1878. Second St. Redwood Falls, MOTTO.—Fair Dealing, Small Profits and Quick Sale?. BUNCH & JE3SIJP, A complete stock always on hand and prices the lowest. Shop in connection with the business. U n e a k i n A SPECIALTY. A general assortment of AND A W A E IRON, STEEL, NAILS, STOVES, GLASS, TINWARE &c. And every description of W. A. SWISHER. Redwood Falls, Minn. NEW FEED AND Provision Store arid The undersigned have opened a Feed and Provision store and Wood Yard in Judge Baldwin's new build ing on 2d St. We will also quarry during the MILL ST., winter a large amount of Stone o for building purposes. MARTIN & So*s. .Redwood Falls I ... _i _L Lll_l -rtffn Lewis Bio's, E S COFFINS, CASES always on hand, and trimmed in latest styles. A fine hearse in attendance when desired. Mill St. cor. 3d, Eedwood Fails, Minn. Sew Hardware. and fine New Confectionery, Fruit Store. AXD DINING ROOMS. Opposite the Redwood Co. Bank. HEALS FCR.VISIIEI) TO ORDER. F. M. BOUTELLE, PiLm'TER. House painting, graining, glazing Kalsomining and Paper-hanging. Sign Painting a SPECIALTY. 2nd door east of Bailey's Hotel. Redwood Falls, Minn. L. Manufaeturm of HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, Ollice CASKETS BRODHEAD'S. BUESDELL. & C0LLAKS. DKALKB IX WHIPS, CURRY COMBS, FLY NETS, HORSE BRUSHES, PLASTERING HAIR, HARNESS, OILS, Ac., &c., Particalar attention ^REPAIRING. All orders promptly attended to. i r,, ...•- -a. muuj AT 2nd, Street, Cor. of Washington. Roawood. Falls, —H- DRY GOODS. FANCY GOODS. 1IATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES. Flaim I'&msy ftseeesies* CROCKERY and GLASSWARE JoJ Our Stock is Complete in every line and our Goods of the best quality. We invite special attention to our Clothing Department. We defy competition in prices. laird, Norton &co. ".Vinona. Ijaird, KTorton cto Mamifacturors of and Dealers in PINE LUMBER, LATH, 1 SASII, and Yard opposite Elevator. w Redwood Falls, REDWOOP FALLS. —Faber*fl Artist's Pencils, Dixon Graphite Pencils, Copying Pencils, at KOR'T. WATSON'S. Crouley Bros. Down they go! sugar. Coffee, Teas, Syrups. And everything in our line to Bed Rock Prices. Our Goods are the very best that can he bought in the Eastern Mai ket and we are ready to compete with those that handle an inferior quality of Goods. Goods delivered, at any place in the Village free of charge.. NOTIONS i a 7 U N I U n II. I. BELL MANUFACTURER and DEALER IN "O" ss, ixr ITX] GENERAL UNDERTAKER. Have continually in Stock a full line of Funerals Conducted When Desired* LIVERY. BAKER & BYINGTON, G-ootiL Teams, Single or Double Open or tcp Buggies Easy ~\A/ agonsi _G To be had at all hours, —AT— Low Prices. Redwood Falls, Minn, 2nd. Street Cor. Jefferson, Redwood NEW GROCERY STORE* M. OFFERMANy 2d. Street, Redwood Falls, Minn.- Has purchased, and will WMIVi fa) a few days, a full line of PLAIN aii FiRCY GROCERIES. Everything belonging to a l&Mt flass grocery store will be kept. Produce taken in exchange. A share of solicitied. JL 9. iiires H. D. Chollar, Redwood Falls. SHINGLES, DOORS, Louisville Cement, Ft. Dodge "Cardiff" Stucco, Plastering Hair, Bluffside Lime. I MOULDINGS the public patronage