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THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1880. lepnblltu Conrention—Seceed Can SRsalvul District. A Itcpublican Convention for the Second OmpMrton*! District is hereby called to meet fit Farming-ton, at 12 o'clock n., on the 8th day of July, A. P., 1880, for the purpose of placing in nomination a candidate for Congress to be votoil for by the electors of said district at the next jrcnoriil election, to be held on the 9d day of November, A. 1. 1880. The representation is based ui011 the average Republican vote for Governor «nd Lieutenant Governor at the election held in the fall of 1870. Each county will be entitled to one delegate, and one for each 200 lieptiblican votes, or the major frac tion thereof, cast at the aforesaid election, to wit: Brown 3 McLeod 4 t'arver 4 i Nicollet Chtppew 4 Hedwood.... 4 Dakota 7 Renville.6 Goodhue. .......... 10 Rice 11 Kandiyohi Sibley 4 I.e Sueur 6 i Soott 4 Lincoln 3 8wift 4 Lyon 3 Wabasha 9 Wjl. WllUIW. Ck'n Second District Congressional Com. Republican County Contention. *bc Kcpublk-an* of Redwood county will •Met indclejrateoonventionat theCourt House liedwood Falls, on Friday, July 2d. at 2 o'clock, v. M., to elect Four delegates to the Second Congressional District Convention to be held July Sth at Farmington. The several towns will be entitled, on basis of one delegate to each 25 Republican votes east for Governor in 1CT, to the following num ber of delegates, viz: Redwood Palls 6, Lam bert on North Hero, Springfield, Gales and Pnxton 2 each. All other organised towns one each. It is requested that town caucuses be held July 1st, and every effort put forth to secure a full representation. By order Republican County Com. H. D. CHOLLAR, kedwood Falls, June 8th. 1880. Ch'n. ron PRESIDENT: JAS.-A. GARFIELD, OF OHIO. PUR VICE ntEsiDKvr: Chester A. Arthur. OF NEW YORK. The'speceh of Gen. Garfield nomi nating John Sherman was very good. We give a synopsis of it in* another Column. The nomination of GARFIELD and A mm u is probably as satisfactory Id the Republicans all over the coun ttf as any that it was possible to atttke, and will restore complete har mony to the party. The Chicago convention was in many respects the most remarkable one the Xation has yet seen, both as regards the number and character of those in attendance and the in tense feeling exhibited by the sup porters of the leading candidates. Ex cry effort was made by the ad herents of Grant and Blaine to se cure the necessary majority, but without avail, and the Republican party is very fortunate in the judi cious selection of candidates finally made. THE NATIONAL CONTENTION. Our readers will find on the inside of this paper a report of the first three days' proceedings of the Chi cago convention. We have only time and space to briefly summarize the subsequent proceedings. On the morning of the 5tli, the gima and Utah were taken up and disposed of, after which the eommit- was devoted to the nomination of!'°"es i Af. vention met and proceeded to ballot, .1... with the following result: Grant Blaine Sherman 93 Edmund* 34 Windom 10 W ashburn 30 There being no choice, the con vention balloted 22 times in rapid •accession during the day and even ing,(with but little variation from tfce above, Blaine losing three or four votes and Grant gaining about the same. On Tuesday the balloting was con tinued with but little change, when, about half-past 1 o'clock, GARFIELD, cr* of Mr Pnnl- nominated Mr. indom. Mr. Conk- JAMES A. of Ohio, was nominated, the ballot being as follows: Garfield 397 Grant 311 Blaine 42 The balloting continued with but little change from the first to the 33d ballot, Grant receiving 305 to 909, Blaine 270 to 284, Sherman 93, Windom 10. On the 33d ballot Grant received 309, on the 34th he received 312, on the 35th 313. His opponents thq? became alarmed, and a large portion of Blaine's and Sher man's strength went over to Garfield, and on the 36th ballot he received 397 votes, afterward made 399, which was 20 more than the required ma jority. The convention again aonvened on Tuesday, at 5:30 P.M., to complete its work by nominating a candidate for Vice President. The following named gentlemen were placed in nomination and balloted for: Chester A. Arthur 406 E. B. Washbume. Marshall Jewell.. Horace Mayjiard.~ Judge Settle. •Senator Bruce Ex-Gov. Davis, of Texas I A# i 4 i i 93 44 30 2 8 1 Of Subsequently the nomination CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York, «vas made unanimous. Garfield's Speech for sh«r»«i.. Annmial Meeting of the C. & N. W. R. R. Mr. President: I have witnessed I The annual meeting of the stock the extraordinary scenes of this con-!holders of the Chicago & Nortliwest vention with deep solicitude. No emotion touches my heart more quick ly than sentiment in honor of a great and noble character. But as I sat on the seats and witnessed those demonstrations, it seemed to me you were a human ocean in a tempest. I have seen sea lapped into fury and tossed into spray, and its grandeur moved the soul of the dullest man but I remember that it is not the bil lows, but the calm level of the sea, from which all heights and depths are measured. [Applause.] When the storm has passed and the hour of calm settles on the ocean, then the astronomer and surveyor takes the level from which he measures all tcrrestial heights and depths. [Ap plause.] Gentlemen of the conven tion, your present temper may not mark the healthful pulse of our peo ple. When our enthusiasm has passed, when the emotions of this hour have subsided, we shall find that calm level of public opinion be low the storm from wliieh the thoughts of a mighty people arc to be measured, and by which their final action will be determined. [Ap plause.] Not here in this brilliant circle, where 15,000 men and women are assembled, is TUK DKSTIXY OF T11K REPUBLICAN PARTY to be decreed. Not here, where I see the enthusiastic faces of 756 dele gates, waiting to cast their votes in to the urn and determine the choice of the republic, (applause) but by four million Republican firesides, where the thoughtful voters, with wives and ehilderen about them, with the calm thoughts inspired by love of country and love of home, with the history of the past, the hopes of the future and knowledge of the great men who have adorned and blessed our nation in days gone by—there God prepares the verdict that shall determine the wisdom of our work to-night. Not in Chicago, in the heat of June, but in the sober quiet that comes to them between now and November, in the silence of deliberate judgment, will this great question be settled. (Cries of good.) Let us aid them to-night. (Great ap plause.) But now, gentlemen of the convention, what do we want? (A voice "Garfield," followed by ap plause.) Bear with me a moment. Hear me for this cause and for a moment be silent that you may hear. pie chain of bondage familiarity with traffic in bodies and souls of men had paralyzed the con sciences of a majority of our people. THE BALEFUL DOCTRIXE OF STATE SOVEREIGNTY had shocked and weakend the no blest and most beneficent powers of the national government, and the grasping power of slavery was seiz ing the virgin tendencies of the West, and dragging them into the and drew its inspiration from that! fire of liberty which God has lighted fourth day of the convention, the:to deliver and save the republic. It broken, §200 city hall, partially un contested cases of Kansas, West Vir- entered the arena where he beleag- S00fl,!] Strengthened (Victory candidates. Mr. Joy of Michigan partv under the leadership of that brick fire wall blown down, §25 nominated Mr. Blaine, seconded by great man who on this spot twenty Tuttle's brick hardware and W. T. Pixlev of California and Frye oVyears ago was made its leader, it en-(Mill's brick butter factory, roof Maine. E.F.Drake of Minnesota "a*5?""! 5apital, th° high ment. the sllado,v: of Prostrated, that the Mr. Poeliler Declines. The Sibley County Independent pnblishes the following letter from Hon. Henry Poehler: WASIIIUGTOX, }ligh ermit ern Railway Company was held at the company's headquarters June 3d. The president reported the gross earnings for the year, as follows: 1879-'80 $17,2CS,44S 83 1878-'79 14,580,821 89 Depew and Mills) are Vanderbilt. All the members of the executive committee are friendly to, or identi fied with the Vanderbilt interests, President Albert Keep himself being a director in the Lake Shore & Mich igan Southern. The following officers were elect ed Albert Keep, president M. L. Sykes, vice president, secretary and treasurer Marvin Hughitt, second vice president, general manager and general superintendent. The posi tion of second vice president is a new one, expressly created for the purpose of honoring Mr. Hughitt. A quarterly dividend of one and three quarters per cent, was declared o n e e e e s o k a n a s e i n i AVIXOXA [^a,u* applause and building and stock, §500 W. by a,,d as_ dutieS °f gOVeril- (Applause.) The light which ling nominated Gen. Grant. Garfield nominated Mr. Sherman. The entire evening was occupied shrouded the capital, and melted torv partially bt the speeches of those who madej °f every slave and consumed Martin, frame ,. in the nre of Iibertv everv slave pen the nominations, at the end of which LVIt])in f""' the capital. tke convention adjourned to Monday Our great national industries, by an Morning. unprotected policy, were themselves Shaubut, three brick stores' unroofed On Monday at 10 o'clock the con-! and the streams of reve- SU?.h •empty. The money of the people 3041 was the wretched notes of two 284 thousand uncontrolled IRRESPONSIBLE STATE BAXKIXG COR PORATIONS, which were filling tl^e country with a circulation that poisoned rather than sustained the life of business. (Loud applause.) The Republican party changed all this, abolished the babel of confusion and gave the country a currency as national as its flag, D. C., June 1,1880. Daniel Pickit, Esq., Editor Sibley County Independent:' 31 any of my friends of the Second District having expressed through the papers and otherwise their desire that I should again be a candidate for member of Congress, allow me to state through your valuable paper that I sincerely regret that my busi ness interests are such as will not me at this time to accept the honor of a re-nominat*o»t/or the office. Very truly yours, HEXRY POEHLER. The revenue collected from brew ers and dealers in malt liquors for the last fiscal year amounts to $10, 729,320, which is $792,268 more than received from the same source the year preceding. The total income from the internal revenue tax on-i malt liquors since the year 1863 amounts to $120,446,863.* The re port of the committee on agitation was read, showing a decrease in im portation of foreign beer for the year as compared with 1877 of over 1,299,000 gallons, while the exporta tion of American beer for 1879 ex ceeded that of 1875 over $216,000 in value. The brewing establishments of the country now number over three thousand, which annually con sume 35,000,000 bushels of barley and 35,000,000 pounds of hops. The Democrats hold their coaven at Cincinnati on the 22d inst. itsj}. Walker's brick harness shop par- on the frontier, the youngjtially unroofed, §50 National hotel, damaged, £75 Tourtelott & Branlev, brick bam UUroofed, §50 J. C. Wise, cu,lola |)lown Gen. shone from its banner dispelled thcjbnnk, plate glass front broke, §150 darkness in which slavery had en-!.Jensen & Hosier, brick carriage fac- off, I _1 SMK Increase $2,887,537 43 This is the largest amount ever earned by this company, and of course the stockholders felt highly pleased with the excellent showing. The election resulted in a victory for the Vanderbilt interest, which, under the new state of things, will have almost as complete control of the Northwestern as of the Michigan Central or Lake Shore. Mr. D. O." Mills, the new director, is a strong Vanderbilt man, and the two new members of the executive committee ST. PETER. ireetors—Albert Keep, James II, Ilowe, David Dows, A. G. Dulman. M. Hughitt, M. L. Svkes, Augustus Schell, \V. L. Scott, J. B. Hedfield. President, Albert Keep vice presi dent and treasurer, 31. L. Sykes sec retary, S. (). Howe assistant secre tary, J. B. Hedfield executive com mittee, Albert Keep, M. L. Sykes and 31. Hughitt. MIXXKSOTA VAELEY. Directors—Albert Keep, 31. Hugh itt, J. B. dfiehl, \V. F. Dickinson, and Thomas Wilson president, Al bert Keep vice president, 3Iarvin Hughitt secretary, J. B. Rcdficld (Cries of good.) Twenty-five years I treasurer, 31. 31. Ivirkman executive ago this republic as wearing a ^''"'"'ttee, Albert lvecp, 31. Hughitt, triple chain of bondage. Long :u Ledheld. Sat n relay's Stoim at Mankst*. St. Paul Dispatch. The hurricane began at 9:30 con tinuing one hour, according to the statements of Mr. J. J. Shaubut furnished to the papers of this city. The following is the LIST OF CASUALTIES: State Normal school, unroofed and ,badly damaged by water, 87,000 den of eternal bondage. At that jmurt ho use, unroofed and flooded, crisis the Republican party was burn *1,000 Catholic college, unroofed ,nl in every human heart, and wliieh aij church, unroofed, $400 Swedish the powers of ignorance and tyranny church, cupola blown off, §50 31a can never wholly extinguish. (Ap-j sonic ludl, unroofed and flooded, *1, plause.) The Republican party came 000 Methodist church, windows flooded, §1,000 Norwegian .hmTh, unroofed, $350 Christian roofCM] aIui uered and assailed territories were !mil!, unroofed flour mill, Hubbard's, struggling for freedom and drew partial! v unroofed, §50 3Irs. E. T. around them a sacred circle of liber- Burr's brick store unroofed and second tee on resolutions made their report, I tv, which the demon of slavery has storv blown down oon-T)i- Snnu-'« which was adopted. 'never dared to cross. It made'them!brfci dnig ^un^fedand Zl The evening session of Saturday ^r?e flooded, §500 linseed oil $2'5. and treasury itself was well uigh cellaneons, §300 E. O. Terry, brick store partially unroofed and flooded, Fi .st Xationaj blown down, §400 jewelry store front blown down, §50 G. Lullsdorf, brick hardware store unroofed and stcok damaged by water, §250 John J. cornice off and flooded, §1,200 /feeble eiirrentsj stocks in above, groceiies and mis- §250 S. W. Ash by, brick liquor store and dwelling unroofed and flooded, §250 Lewis & Shaubut, stone feed store unroofed and flood ed, §250 N. Lang, brick store parti ally unroofed, §100 N. Lang, new brick store partially unroofed, §150 Col. Pratt's new commission store unroofed, §250 C. Verbcck, brick, carriage and smith shop, unroofed and part down, §500 W. Hodopp, brick drug store, fire wall down and damages §50 Willard & Barney, frame, machine shop demolished, $1, 000 Willard & Barney, brick found ry partly unroofed and damage $1, 000 St. Paul & Sioux City elevator, cupola unroofed, §50 A. Staack, frame saw mill blown down, §400: Calvin Smith, brick building blown down, §1,000 J. A. Marvin, brick dwelling, unroofed, $250 A. Ivnapp, frame dwelling, occupied by Hager ty, furniture, §250 Lewis, frame barn demolished, §200 J. Coy,brick dwelling partially demolished with furniture, A. Magraw, brick dwell ing demolished, L. Meyers, brick dwelling unfinished, walls blown down, George Maxfield, frame barn demolished, 3Irs. S. Randall, brick dwelling partially destroyed. Sidewalks were torn up and sent flying through the air. Several houses were blown over the heads of families, but without injuring any one. Acres of timber were prostra ted in the vicinity, torn and twisted. The gale crme from the south, veer ing around to the east, north and west. May of this year has been the lar gest month for immigration that the country has ever known. The num ber of immigrants who passed through Castle Garden was 55,083. The immigration of the last five months exceeds that of any five con secutive months in the last twenty five years. June begins well. Tlio Oity of Paris brought in 1,176 immigrants, the Bolivia 621 and the England with 800 and the Castalia with 600 immigrants on board are expected before night, making a total for the first day of the present month of 8, w STATE ITEMS. The Catholic socicty of Sleepy Eye pro pose to celebrate the Fourth of July at that place. Bull & Newton, proprietors of a flour ing-mill at Minneapolis, have failed, with liabilities of $135,000. The Catholics at Sleepy Eye dedicated a new alter in their church Wednesday., The alter cost over $400. Oronoco, Olmsted county,has a news paper, the Journal, recently started by M. W. Clay. It presents quite a neat ap pearance. One hundred and twenty-aix liquor licenses have been issued by the city au thorities of Minneapolis thus far this sea son, and about forty additional applica tions arc on file. The other day while Joseph, an eleven year old son of Mr. M. Becker, of St. Cloud, was playing with a young colt, he was attacked by-the mother of the colt, which nearly bit the boy's left ear off. It is a bad wound, the ear being almost severed from the head. Marshall Messenger: Mr. John Was son, the old gentleman, who lives near here was killed suddenly last Wednesday by a fall from his stable where he had gone to look at a nest. He fell off, strik ing his neck on the sharp edge of a plank, which dislocated it causing death at once. About two miles east ot Prior Lake Sta tion, the Hastings & Dakata road bed, for several rods, has been for some time past slowing sinking. The .place will be filled with earth during the day, hut by morning will again need refilling. Every train pacing over it sinks the road bed several inches. -i annual dividend of three per cent.! on the common stock. Subsequently the annual meetings of the proprietary roads of the Chi cago «fc Northwestern were held, with the following result for our home branches: I It has been demonstrated at half a dozen localities in Minneapolis that ar tesian wells can be sunk and the purest of water obtained from them. At the East side paper-mill they bored to a depth of one hundred and ninety-five feet, and struck a flowing well sufficient to run a mill, and as clear as crystal. The body of an old German named Drinkman was found in a little slough four or five miles south of St. Paul, on Sunday last. It is supposed that in going to his lioine on Saturday niglit he became] lost in the storm, and falling down ex-| liaustctl was drowned in the floods which i poured down the hillsides on that dark] and tempestuous night. There was growt excitement in Own-' tonna, the other day, when it was known a horse had fallen into a well. He was found sitting on his haunches, with head a yard below the top of the well. A gang of men went to work with a will, and soon dug a trench of sufficient length and depth to get the horse out. lie was res cued with little damage. On the evening of the 2nd inst., Mrs. Samuel Campbell, living in New Hiven township, Olmsted county, while feeding some corn to the cows, was severely gored by an ugly one, the horn piercing the flesh midway between the hip and knee. The bone of the lei was entirely bare, and it was feared Mrs. C. will lose the use of the injured limb. President Strong of Carleton College has returned to Northfkld. after three months' altseucc at the East, raising funds for the college. It is reported that, as usual, he has been quite successful. Two college buildings will be completed and the foundations for a. third one will be put in this fall. Willis hall will be ready for use by September 1, and the scientific hall by November 1. Mrs. Col. McKinty committed suicide at St. Paul on Sunday morning last by hauging herself in a summer kitchen at tached to her residence. She had com plained of great pain in her head during the day previous, and was doubtless tem porarily insane. Mrs. McKinty was the widow of Col. Henry McKinty, well known to the early settlers of this State as a large land owner and energetic busi ness man, who died by his own iuutd in 1869. I Odd Fellows Annnal Meeting. Mankato Free Press: The Grand Encampment and Grand Lodge of the I. I). O. F. met at the 3Iasonic Temple, in this city Tuesday last. There was a large at tendance. The officers were all present. After the transaction of a large amount of detail business, tl e Grand Encampment elected the fol lowing officers for the ensuing year W. D. Tompkins, of 3Iankato, G. P. C. C. Hurd, of Minneapolis, H. P. R. Sheire, of St. Paul, G. S. W- J. G. Pasehke, of Winnebago City, G. J. W. J. F. Williams, of St. Paul, G. S. and G. T. E. F. Crow, of Red Wing, G, I. S. C. 31. George, of St. Paul, G. O. S. R. S. Billings, of St. Peter, G. II. THE GRAXn LODGE. The report of the grand master was presented, stating that most of the lodges have made healthy gains in material and numbers. Eight new lodges have been instituted and two new halls dedicated. Vermilion No. 8 and Robert Blum No. 21. The grand secretary and treasurer made an itemized report of the financial and social condition of the grand lodge, showing a total receipt of $30,699.50 by lodges, and receipts of the grand treasurer of $4,542.81, and disbursments of $2,341.36. OFFICERS ELECT OF TOE GRAND LODGE. G. S. Ives, of St. Peter, M. W. G. 31. I. F. Clark, of Pine Island, R. W. D. G. M. D. H. Stinnson, of Austin, R. W. G. W. Sherwood Hough, of St. Paul, R. W. G. Sec. Tres. Walter G. Dye, Winona, Grand Representative to the Sov ereign Grand Lodge. APPOINTED OFFICERS. Alex. Wilson, St. Paul, G. Chap. J. A. Jackson, Marshall, G. 3Iar. J. Mingas, Waseca, G. Con. John White, Hastings, G. Guard Joseph Lewis, St. Paul, G. Mess. The next meeting of the Grand Lodge will be held at Winona, the first Tuesday in June, 1881. Hail! Hail! Hail! GERMAN-AMERICAN Hail Insurance C^ OF ST. PAUL, MINN. The only company which paid their losses promptly and squarely. s Call and Insure your crops against damage by hail, at the office of MALHBER6 1NUALLS, n88 Next door to Redwood Co. Bank. For Sale. The House built last season & 51. Preston. If sold within ten days, $500 can re main en the property lora term of ycarsP BL D. CHOLLAIt. I I V Clothing, Groceries, Crockery, S3 ..o* V* Laird, Norton & Co., Winona. LATII, u o •H 02 O w SASH, AND A HEAVY STOCK OF •i o o THE u JAS. IS AT HEAD AND IT IS FURNITURE and CARPETS. H. N. BELL Co. Manufacturers of and dealers in FURNITURE —AND— GENERAL UNDERTAKERS. A full line of Coffius, Burial Cases, And other undertakers' goods, always kept in stock. Funerals conducted when desired. Call and see our Carpet Exhibitor, and the fine line of samples shown by its aid. Second Street, corner Jeffersoii, BEDWOOD FALLS, M1SX. LUMBER. Laird, Norton 1 Chollar, Manufacturers of and Dealers la Pine Lumber, DOORS, Louisville Cement, Ft. Dodge "Cardiff" Stucco, Plastering Hair, Bluffside Lime. Office and Yard opposite Elevator, REDWOOD FALLS, MINN. A LARGE ASSORTMEXTOF PLAIN AND RUSTIC FLOWER POTS AND BANGING -USES, JUST RECEIVED. ALSO, A PINE STOCK OP GLASSWARE, OF THE LATEST DESIGNS. OHIO STONEWARE, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 'J These goods were norotiT FOR CASH, margin to meet the hard times. Come all and investigate, if you do not buv, at the OLD AND RELIABLE Where goods are not misrepresented, but sold for what they arc. Yours truly, Furniture and Carpets, And General Undertaker. ts CQ THE CENTER OF ATTRACTION ^SSlTI^OOTJg TO ALL WHO ABE IN SEARCH OF FIRST-CLASS GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES. My stock is new, my goods first-class, and I WILL NOT BE UNDEBSOLD Minnesota. by any firm in CQ 'd o o o & MOULDINGS, and will be sold on a close WM. CROULEY. S. T. BUNCH, Manufacturer of &d dealer in A fall line of Furniture Repairing9 Upholstering, &c. Chairs reseated with cane or perforated s«v»ts. Office furniture of all kinds manufactured, and all work warranted. A large and well-selected stock of Chramoe and Pictures. Picture Frames furnished at unusually low figures. He Bed Assortmat if TALL TAPER a tte City. CNR tmff sec mo when in need of anjthing it) my line, as you will fiudmy prices fweoaaMc. and my yoods first-class, at my old stand, on Mill street. COFFINS, CASES AND CASKETS, Always on hand, and trimmed in the latest styles. Funerals attended when desired. A FIRST-f LASS HEARSE In connection with this house. Shrouds, Robes, and crn'Mlmlng for preserving the dead, always on hand. & et- n MCMILLAN OK THIS BCOCK, AND HIS STORE IS IN The Center of Bedwood Falls, a II. D. Chollar, Redwood Falls. xeei&iepTiQ (QXVJ&SSV\r) E. CUFF &,CO'S GRIST MILL, REDWOOD FALLS, Is doing work for the farmers at all times. We make flour under the new or old process as our customers desire. Flour from good wheat is warranted. We do not exchange bad wbest lor good. Give us a trial. E. Good Livery Teams, WITH T0*P OR OPEN BUGGIES, AND EASY WAGONS, Can be had at any time, on REASONABLE fKKNS. A. E. McCARTY. Redwood Falls, Minn. GEO. DRAKE, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Harness, Saddles Collars, Whips, COMBS. BRUSHES, HARNESS OIL ETC., ETC., Trunks, Valises, Gripsacks and Satchels. ted St.. IIKDWOOD FAII.B, MISS, C(1 SOUTH 60 EAST 60IBT —^VIA THE CHICAGO & RORTH-PTEKI RAILWAY. 2,380 Miles of Road! WEST FOIL Cetlnr Rapids, Denver, Marshal I town, Le.iilvHlp, Des Moines, Salt Lake, Sioux Citjr San Francisco* Tnukton, The 151 nek Hills, Omalia. Colorado, Council Bluffs, California, Otinmbas, and the Territories. EAST KOR CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON DETROIT, n a n i PITTSBURGH, MONTREAL, TMMLU TORONTO, CANADJS ^AND'M all Points East! SOUTH FOR NASHVILLE. NEW ORLEANS. CINCINNATI, I/HMSVITXE, ST. I-Ons, COI-UMBUS, Facilities and Mare Advantages than any road in the West. IT THE ONLY LINE TCMS1SO Pullman Hotel aid Sleeping Cars! BETWEEN Chicago and Council Bluffs, PULLMAN PALACE SLEE INBS ArS Are run on all night trains. This is the great Pullman Line of the Northwest. PALACE PARLOR CARS HUN BKTWEKX CHICAGO and MILWAUKEE •FIRST CLASS MEALS only ."i0 oonts nt the Eating Stations on the "NOUTH-WESTEItN." Sore and Close Connections at Chi easfo with all Railroads, and at all Junction Points witli all Roads that cross its Lines. All Ticket Agents can sell you Through Tickets and check your Baggage FREE by this Road. For information, folders, maps, etc., not ob tainable at Home Ticket Office, address any agent of the Company, or MAIIVIJ IIl'OHITT. Gen'l Man'g, Chicago, 111. W. IT. SniNJtF.TT, Gen'l Pnasv Aa't. Chicago, III. [First publication, June 10, l&H).] NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the estate of Williuio Saniter* son, deceased. Noticc Is hereby given th'it the Judge of Probate Court of ltcdwood county ha« litfrt upon featurilny, Septemb-r 25th, 1880, jind Sat urday, November 20th, 1 $*), and the Probate trace in snitl county, JU the time:-' ii!ul when and where he will receive, tii iir, u nl ad just ull claims (if all persons a^yln^ de— ceased, and tbut six months have been suited as the time for creditors to present thi-ir cluim* atrainst said estHte. DwUstLLUe 1th day of June, 1880. JOHN WIGGINS, Executor. NOTICE. LAND OFFICE AT REDWOOD FALLS, MINN., May 25,18*). Notice is herebv given that the followinr natned settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support ofhi.« claim, and secure final entry thereof, and that the said Rroof will le made before the Register and eceiver of the IT. S. Land Office at lied wood ••'alK Minn., on Saturday, the 28th day of June, 1880, viz.: John Freidrich Dietzinann, Home stead entry No. 1304, for northeast quarter of section 34, township 111. ranire 38, and he names the following- witnesses to prove his contin uous residence upon and cultivation of said tract, vias: George C. McNeal, James Longbnt tom, Julius Sherwood, and Andreas llollo, ull ttedwood FmUm, Hedwood county, nH6 5w O- CI:FK & Co. I V E Y WM. P. DCNNINOTON,Minn. •30 5w Hegistor. NOTICE. LAND OFFICE AT KEDWOOD FALLS, MINN., May 2T., lfW. Notice is hereby given that the following named settlers have Hied notice of their inten tion to make final proof in support of their claims, and secure final entry thereof, and that said proof will be made before the ltefrister and Heceiver of the t\ S. Land Office ut Hed wood Kails. Minn., on Friday, the 2."th day of June. 1S80, viz.: Lar-.. Larsen Hudi. Homestead entry No. +4«. for north half of northwest quarter of section 24. township U4, range 37. And Erick Nielson, Homestead entry No. 42fl. for northwest quarter of northwest quar ter, and Lots 5 and 6, section 24, township 114, range 37, and they name the following wit nesses to prove their continuous residence upon and cultivation of said tract, viz: Oie O. Enestvedt. Ole Anderson, Louis Anderson and Halvor Halgeson, all of Sacred Heart, KrniiBo county, Minn. WM. P. Dl'SMNOTON, Itegistor. SII El MIT'S SALE. ffif virtue of an execution, issued out of nnr under the seal of the district court in and for the county of Hodwood and State of Minnesota, upon a judgment rendered in a justice's" court in said county, and docketed in the «aid dis trict court, on the 10th day of January, A. I). 1H80, in an action wherain I). J. Laird ami ). I.. Dornlionr, partners »s Laird & IKirnlwrtr, wen* plaintiffs, and A. Purrier and 11. H. Wcstlaml were defendants, in favor of the said plaintifT* and simiinst thw said defendants, for the suiu of thirty-two and ten one-hundredths dollars, I have, this 28th day of April. A. I. 1W0. levied upon the followiny descritcd real estate, ti wit: The southwest quarter of .section six, in town ship one hundred and ten of range thirty-four, in Hedwood county, Minnesota, as the irii erty of the said defendant, H. It. Westland. Notice is hereby (riven, that I will sell the iiliovo described real property to the liiirhest Milder, for cash, at pulilic auction, at the north door of the Court House, in the villajre of ltedw«MMl Falls, in the county of Hedwood and Stnte ot" Minnesota, on Saturday, the 12th day of .1 iiae, A. I). 1HS0, at ten o'clock A. M. of that day, t«» satisfy the snid execution, together with tke' Interest and costs thereon. imted April SXtff, A. D. 1*». A. L. GAI.K. Sheriff Itcdwood county, Minn. JOBS H. UOWKKSofPlaintiff's Attorney. [First publication, Mav 20. 1MH0.1 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Default has bf on made in the -nrlitioii" of it cert»in mortmijfe (.•xeentod iinrt li li\ crril by Leopold Sen* und Alis Senjr. his wife, of Ch!U l"sto\vn, county of Kedwood and State of Minnexntu, morttrxKoi-.*, to Susnna Zantri-r. of (Inrver, Carver county. State of Minnesota. mortjoMree. duted the seventh day of Novem ber. A. P. 1K",4, and duly recorded as a mortnairc III the office of the lfojrister of Deeds of the county of Redwood and State ot Minnesota, on the seventeenth day of Xovrmlier. A. It. 1KM, at 11 o'clock A. M., in Hook Three of Mort*ni}r« Deeds, pn^es 321 and '£t2, on which I lu re is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sutn of four hundred and ninety-nine dollar* and no action or proceeding has been Instituted tit law or in eijiiity to recover the debt now renutinimr secured by said mortrofre. or any pan thereof. Notice is hereby friven. that liv virfti' of power of s ile contained in said niovtirsu" ami i of the statute in such ease made ?id piv\ (ted. i the said mortRSifc will lie foreel.-sc/l by -1 snlc ot the tnortjfajfcd premises therein d« ibed. which sale will be inadeat the north door "f the |court house, in the village of Itedwoi Kails. county of Hedwood and State of Minnesori. i public auction, by the Sheriff of said count on Friday, the second (2d) day of July. A.l). 1H8»I. at ten 'clock iu the forenoon, to satisfy tho amount which shall then be due on said mort fpsfe. wfththe interest thereon, and the costs and expenses of sale, and twenty-five dollars (#25.001 attorney fees, as stipulated in saiit mortmain1 In ease of foreclosure. The premises described in said mortfrajre. find so to bo sold, are situated in the county of i lledwood and State of Minnesota, and known and described as follows, to wit: The north west quarter of seelion twelve (121, Dated May 17th, WHO. JOHN township one hundred and nine (1(W, range thirty-six 3t), together with all the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonKiuK or in any wise appertaining. srSAXA ZAXOF.rt, II. Ifcwmis, Mortirtijmr. Att'y for Mortjni|roo, Redwood Fulls, MilRa Meat Market. SECOND STREET, Wist of Lewis Bros, store. I, itMiBEXG rTjr 0 iyui»is, PKOPUIETOH8. All kinds of 3I«it«»f the best qual ity and at the lowest prices. Cash paid for HIDES & PELTS. BIRUM'S MILL. The undersigned, liitving furnish ed his new Grist Mill, 1} miles north of lledwood Falls, with the latest Improved Machinery, including tw» run of lmrrs for flour and 0110 for feed, is j»re|titrt:4 to do tll kiudtf of Work. Custom Worlc will be made a specialty. Each customer.-, will have his own wheat ground. Feed ground for regular customers. Satisfaction guaranteed to each and all of OMT (Kitrons. THOMAS JACKSONVILLE, and all POINTS SOUTH. -THE "North-Western" is the Host Direct Route Offering tlic traveling public Greater Tsc.vnwKi.i., Miller. KNEIi BIIil'M, Proprietor. Boot ail Shoe Store, seit door to Genai Store. REDWOOD FALLS, MINX. THOS. A. MARCH has newly fitted up liis building on second street, two doors east of tin Post Office, and put in a new stock of Boots and Shoes in connection with his custom shop, where he will make anything iu tin Boot and Shoe line. REPAIRING NEATIOiT Make me a call. LOANS. Money to loan, if applied for soon, in sums of $500 and upwards, ou undoubted securities, at ten. per cent, interest, com mission* included. WILSOS FAXTU.N.