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THE Fff itSDWOOD FALL8, MINN. AIlfcN RIGBY, PKOPEUSOM. ftnw, 9t per Aaaaa. Alii HUIWCRIPTIOXS PAYABLE DURIXO THE YEAR. BUSINESS CARDS ATTORXhTS. i LFliET) WALLIN, A. D. BALDWIN, ATIORNKY H. CS.PHYSICIAN STODDARD, M. D., l£AL2iBEEG & IN.-ALLS' Insnraace Apncy •rprescntin^ th-i followiagr *om«anies: tlH. Co. North America. PhiU., I'nd-rwriters' Agreney. New Vork, Continental, do Sprin^iield Fire & Marine. Mass., Atm'iioHii, Xewark. .V. British Auiei ica. Canada. Fireman's Fund, California, Orient, ilartfoni, Coun., G. H. SPOFFORD, HCAT.BR IS Mrs. ^9PNPM»^P GAZETTE ATTORNEY LXJUNSKULOR AT LAW, i.edwood Falls, Mian. Basiness iu adjoining ooustlei will b« •ytly attended to. AT LAW, IMmol hlli) Minn. T?ltANK L. MORRILL, -I. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Redwood Falls, Minn. Wke* liext door to Redwood Couuty Bank. TOHN H. BOWERS, W ATTOKNKT AT LAW, Redwood Fails, Mln •ellectioas made a specialty. OBce at Court Mouse. pirrsiciAXs. WD. FLINN, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. AIM United States Examining Surgeon of PeaaWas. iM»wl ralia. Miaa. AND SURGEON. OBke over O' Harm's Drag Store, Redwood Palis. Minu. B. SMITH, M. Dn V. KCl.tlC TIC. OBee corner Jefferson street and Broadway, (aeariy opposite Bailey ii«uw,i Redwood Fails, Mian. BANKER*. BANK OF REDWOOD FALLS, W. r. DICKINSON, Banker. Transacts a geueral Bauking busiuess. Collections promptly atteuded to. PassMager Tiekets sold to and from Europe "D ED WOOD COUNTY BANK, XV REDWOOD FALLS, MINN., Dees a general b.inking business. Exekaage on St. Paul, Chicago and New York. Celieettoas solicted. UKO. W. T?LYNN*S BRALEY. Banker. MEAL ESTATE. LAN BAND KSTABUMUD, 1W. COLLECTION AGEKCY, B«dwood Falls, Minn. kaiwe. on receipt of money. Coilact HOTELS, fOMMEUClAL HOUSE, Vy H. D. EVEKETT, Proprietor, Redwood Falls. Minn. Qood sample rooms. First class in evcry respect. Excellent ntablo accommodations, careful hostlers, liverv, ic.. iu connection. One door east of Post Office, Retltcood Falls, Mitut. Flee Watch Repairing a specially. MILLINERY AND FAS IT GOODS. T. £. S O E A K E E S MILL STREET, Redweed Fails, Minnesota. All kinds of Boots, Shoes and Slippers made order. A large stock of material always on REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Xla MASON, Plain and Ornamental tan fc&fl large experience tn the business, sai eelicit work. MILL STREET MARKET. FHB I it Place to buy fat and Juicy T, Park, Mutton and l)rcss.*d Poultry. MM. sr., OPPOSITE MCKAYFT RACK'S. BUXTON a BROUCHTON. IVCASH paid for HIDES. Redwood Co. Bank. $ 15,000 ox for Vlieat 11 ffttood In Redimod Elevator*. 1 .SO VOL. XII. OiHrers of lUdwuml C'on nly. Judge of Probate—J. H. BOWERS. Clerk of Court-FRANKLIN ENSIGN. Shoriff—A. I.. GALE. Auditor—1. M. VAN SCHAACK. Treasurer—A. A. W 1LSOS. Register of Deeds-J. B. ROBINSON. Surveyor—8. O. MASTERS. Attorney—ALFRED WALLIN. Coroner—L. S. CRANDAI.L. Court Commissioner—8. 8. STICKLE. Sup't of Schools—D. I.. BIGHAM. County Commissioners— F. V. HOTCHKIBS, Chnirtnann. W. H. OWENS, C. BKNNKTT, a B. TURRELL, A. STEWART. Mami\te. AHTIQCITT Looom, NO. 91, A. F. tc A. M.—Reg ular meeting!* on the 1st and 3d Wednesdays la each month, at 74 o'clock p. M. I. M. CHAACK,Sec,y. VAN S REDWOOD CHAPTKK No. :I*, K. A. M.—Stated Convocations the 2nd and 4th Fridnys of each month. W. F. DicumoMtli H. L. DAHIBLB, See'y. I. o. «r 0. F. RKDWOOD Lonoa, No. 88, meets every Satur day night, at 7V4 o'clock. Brothers from a distance are cordially Invited to attend. O. L. Doasacfto. N. G. T. J. TBKADWKIX,R. 8. A. 0. U. W. RBDWOOO FALU liOMi, No. C. A. N, meets erery Monday evening, at 9 o'clock. JAMBS AIUH, M. FEUIOOIS, Recorder. W. CUtwt ft H*rtk Wester* Btilwij. Time of departure of Passenger trains from Redwood Kails. In effect Jan. 1st, 1881: Leave for Chicago and the East. An-ivefroaa" .. 4:05 A. M. .. 1:30 P.M. .. 7:30 P.M. ..11:10 A.M. W. C. Tn.BR, Agent, Redwood Falls, Minn. Home Matters. Services at M. E. Church, next Sabbath as usual. See change in Malmberg & Ingalls* list of insurance companies. Those who like poetry as they like but ter, fresh and home-made, can send 10 cents to E. L. Fales, Minneapolis, for "Underneath the Mistletoe and Other Poems," a neat 20-page pamphlet. The council have made the following appointments of village officers: Marshal, .Chas. V. Everett fire wardens. Levi iTruesdcIl and Samuel Stickle. extra I Mr. Jas. M« Milian is unable t» report for duty at his place of business, by rea- Coiiaction* made and promptly remitted. Couveyanrinir a specialty. json of an attack of lung fenver. We are Office ou Second street, nearly opposite^P«ist iearn tliat his illness is not con sidered dangerous. Winter Goods at Reduced Prleea. For the next ten days Rob't A. Wilson will make great reductions in the price of winter goods, in preparations for tak ing annual invoice. No train since last report. The roads have been repeatedly drifted full, but a train from the Eastg"t through to Sleep}' Eye last night, and as soon as the weather permits we hope for our turn. A former resident of Redwood, now living on a claim in the western part of $7,*«W.Sb"26 the eounty, was compelled to burn some 4,y"v2 31 si,KS, 4 l. 41, lumber which he had laid by for build- iy ing a houe. during a recent stress of Mesial vvt'HtUer- l,ltj»',017 00 H«nHinc«. ssi-'ist o7 "Mattie" and etiiers are requested to Ajotreirate assets, f»» o7« o»a i' forward material for that proposed "la Gall and see us before insuring elsewhere. Farm insurance a specialty. Money to loan on j*ood nvil estate security at reasonable rates of interest. Office next door east of Redwood vut Bank, tiedwood Kuils. Minn. dies' column. If the ladies will make __: their communications as tiicy make pio- crust siiort and cri-p—the scientists must make mom for them. "Inquirer"' ou^lit to lind some satisfac ition ill tiie proliabk- realization of his proposal to have a company formed here WATCHES, CLOCKS, for tne purp.jsc or prospecting for coal JKWELRY. Ac., or other mineral By the way, aie we to Walton, Beeoad St.. opposite Kiny Bros.' store. F. M. BOU'I EUE, Rous* Painting, Graining, Glazing, K&lsom iliif and Paper Hanging. Sim 1'aiiifin a Specialty. Palat shop oa Mill street, opposite Bunch's Furniture store. M. SEARS & SON, have no more scientific questions and answers from that and other sources? Jiio. A. Berkey & Co., St. Paul—arrived iu town, after a tedious drive from New Uliu. They brought a small quantity of mail. Roads awful. McKay Race commissioned Mr. Pea body to go down to Sleepy Eye yesterday for goods which were known to be there, awaiting the opening of the railroad. They will have both sugar and kerosene w hen tiie teams cotno back, if they can be found or obtained for money. Remember the meeting at Judge Bald- traces of coal which actually exist in this vicinity thoroughly investigated. Mr. McCarty made a trip to Sleepy Eye last Friday, taking the mails from here and returning next day without any. 110 trains having reached the former place since the road closed. He again went down yesterday, accompanied by other teams, and intends to bring freight for several of our merchants. Dr. J. E. Miller, Dentist, will make an other one of his regular monthly visits to Redwood Falls, March 1st. to remain ten da3's for the practice of dentistry in all its branches. Filling, extracting, etc., performed in the most approved methods of the art, and satisfaction guaranteed, al so a perfectly harmless gas administered for extracting teeth without pain. Office at Dr. Stoddard's office. We are under obligations to R. J. Rigby for St. Paul and Minneapolis dailies of the 25th ult. Mr. R. went to St. Paul 011 the train last week, and returned on Monday, coming in from Sleepy Eye on foot. He informs us that he has ac cepted an offer from the Osborne Compa ny^ to travel for them the ensuing season in Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. He leaves us next week to attend to the duties of his new position, for which hir successful experience in hand ling the Osborne Sclf-Binder last season well qualifies him. At the lecture on Psychology and 3tat uvolism announced to couie off at the Court House on March 12th, at 7:80 p. M., Dr. J. B. Smith proposes to invite all who choose to try if they can become subject to psychological influence. All who succeed in entering fully into the mes meric state will be taught how to put themselves in and out of the statuvolic state nt will while on the platform. Dr. Smith is ihe first lectur in the world who lia undertaken to demonstrate Stat uvolism Itefore 1 public audience. Ad mission 15 cents ior oaa and 2o ceuU fur VliWitirtniNr, Babaarlkea**. two pertorakr rtrt pOMtemor, Mr. A. A. Cook. site fid cents. Sold by all druggists. According to the revised returns there were 216 births and 118 deaths in Ked wood county during the year 1880. Of the deaths, 60, or about one-lialf, were from diphtheria. This disease prevailed ptincipnlly in the south part of the coun ty. there being 41 cases in ihe live towns of Lamherton, North Hero, Gales, Spring dale, and Jolinsonville. A story is in circulation to the effect that forty dollars was recently paid for hauling a ton of coal from Sleepy Eye to the land office at Tracy. As the coal was bought for $14 a ton, it was rather dear when it was delivered. Such stories as this and the one reporting wood as selling for $20 a cord at Watcrton makes our citizens congratulate themselves that they are not as their western neighbors are, but can buy all the green wood they need for the trilling price of $5 and $5^0 jjor cord. 1 The Band aud the CaHco Almost everybody seems inclined to appreciate our new band. The organize i tion is but a few weeks old, yet it alr. at^r makes very creditable music, and its would-be Sleepy Eye challengers wBI have to "send the wild echoes flying" pretty lively if they hope to scoop the Redwood boys. The calico ball was put through on very short notice, the invitations having been issued Saturday morning. It was never theless one of the pleasantcst parties ever given here, by common consent, and netted to the band treasury about $35. We hope that it may be our privilege to assist the above organization in doing the wind work for our beloved village for many a year. Long may they blow! and, as many of our readers are aware, a counter petition was signed by friends of the present incumbent. Mr. Watson. As we succeeded Mr. Hays in the edito rial management of this paper, and have seen ample proofs of his ability and cour tesy in almost daily intercourse with him since then, we favored his appointment at a time when there was much dissatis faction with Mr. Watson's administration. I We for repeatedly commend our present P. M. for his activity during the past winter, and we are not surprised that his removal now has excited the sympathy of nian\- who have freely criticised his course in time past. We understand that Mr. Watson has held the office for eight years. still believe Mr. h!to"be Timely Suggestions. Corrwpwiencc of the GAZETTE. Our farmers will have u new order of For next spring, with a large portion of their farms unplowed, some farmers are asking what they shall do. There is some plowing done on every farm, and this should be sown in wheat then I think farmers will find it to their interest to plow the balance of the land and sow Last Saturday Messrs. Chas. King and 111. H.J? laiser—the latter^ representing oats, barley and flax in the order named, or it is possibly best to plant corn before sowing flax. Tlie raising of flax is not well under stood, but it is safe to try it, and if begun winVofflce next Saturday evening, for ably will not ripen until the other crops the purpose of organizing a mining and are out of the way. prospecting company. A number of If the practice of raising nearly all business men are de»irous of having the wheat shall bij broken up by the experi- ence of this season, and a greater divers ity of pr »ducts becoina the rule, the Oc tober blizzard will have served 11s a good purpose. If there is more land than the farmer can put in and do it well, let it go for fallow and if plowed in July it can be depended on for two gooi crops in the next two years. Yours, O. B. T. Our frequent reference to wrapping-. paper exchanges has called to the front July 2, 1888. Some extracts from the rebellious "Daily Citizen" may amuse Our present scarcity of supplies seeni9 trivial compared with this: If aught would appeal to tlv heart of stone of the extortioner, the present ne-: cessities of our citizens woulc do so. We are satisfied there are numerous persons wi'liin our city who have breadstuffs se creted, and are doling it out at most ex orbitant figures: Flour at $5 per pound molasses at $10 per gallon and corn at $10 a bushel! This concluding note in the paper gives the sequel to what precedes it: Jrn.Y 4th, 1863. *1 The sociable at M. E. church annoiinc- "A Song with a Moral." A beautiful head of hair is appreciated I cd for last Tuesday was necessarly post- Wo actually heard a bird singing i" the ''J everybody, and how to secure it, in pond on account of no fuol. It will soon sunshine the other dny. Not a dismal, i Merests everybody. The hair and scalp be taken up. Possibly it was a very prudent and far sighted bird, that not only took into con sideration his past hardships, but supple mented them with speculations about the future—how he was to meet all those lit tle bills when he should set up house keeping next summer, or whether the spring supply of worms would be suffi cient. We are inclined to think that our first guess was the fight one, and that the song was really a promise of spring. A hopeful little song by Barry Cornwall, with the title quoted above, seems to us of the right sort for this season: When the winter bloweth loud. And the earth is in a shroud, Frozen rain or sleety snow Dimming every dream below— There is e'er a spot of green Whence the heavens may be seen. When our purse is shrinking faMt, And our friend is lost (the Inst!) And the world doth pour its pal* Faster than the frozen rain— 1 here is still a spot of green Whence the heavens may be seen. Let us never meet despair While the littl'" spot is there Winter brighteneth into May, And sullen night to sunny day. Seek we then the spot of green Whence the heavens may be sees. x- .,. Renville Station has been incorporated tween f. l\e\\8 was received this week of the: I dcrlhe firm nnmc of hnndl"r & Kockwoll, is appointment of Mr. S. W. Havs to be as a Vl!la-C- Rrn KUUKV postmaster at Redwood Falls. Appliea- Kelsey Keeps bis courage up ty wei7qualified the post. We have had occasion to MRH99*-M4I wintry peep, but music by the entire bird,! raust kept free from scurf and dan as though it might say, "This is our, dmff. and not be allowed to get dry and spring opening, good people, and don't you— Tu-wit, cheer up, ch-c-e-e-«," (ad lib.) A cynical observer might say that the tuneful racket was really a dirge Ho the effect that this was a winter not fit for a dog, much less for a bird of his ma gical talents that the songster had waited long enough for spring, and that he pro posed to light out of this bloody country. koena hia pnnrnim nn tion for tliU nmwintm™i „.oc. cheerfully saying: Beaver Falls is a i Stnnd by E. A Chandler, and Mil accounts will uon ior tins appointment was made i*. ,,djusted by him. All persons owing the through Mai. Strait earlv in the win- Polu on l'on 1 southwestern extension of flrm u u the MitineftnoIU «& St Lonis and edness must be settled at one*. ter, by number of prominent citizens, ,luc =»i. ^01"Set The same paper says that H. Zumwinkle has purchased the eighty acre tract just east of the court house in that place for $500. There is trouble in Bird Island over the matter of incorporation. A meeting held there recently developed some differences in regard to boundary lines, which were finally fixed so as to include five and a c*uart?r se(:tion* of ha 1 a wumpus" with G. H. Megquier, and declares that the friendship of such a man is nothing to be proud of." The New Ulm sugar manufactory will be sold on the loth of March next, at public auction. The Pioneer Press reports a scan ity of fuel at Cauby. and says that many fami lies had to stay in bed to keep warm. Granite Falls telegram to Pioneer Press of 2"t!i nit.: The fall cf snow here last niSht was nwt ver* tliings to meet the coming sprinsr, bv rea- i companied by a strong wind, and the son of not having time to finish the plow ing last fall. The practice heretofore has b- en to plow in the fall for all small grains, and i spring put the crop in as early as possible—first wheat, that being the leading crop: th n oats and other small grains. ^av.v, but it was ac- work of our citizens and the railroad company the past three weeks has been all undone, or nearly so There is a scarc ity of fuel, and doubtless much suffering. The situation Here is exceedingly blue, and our citizens are disheartened. The work of clearing the road will be again at onee undertaken, though it is very dis courag'mg. O-ir people, however, are much in the condition of the boy who wa§ digging for the wootlclmck out of meat, and must open tiie road. A Ladies' Column. Correspondence of the DELHI, MIXNG.,AZETTE.26th. in a moderate wav it will prove a help, as i I concludct' to occupy my ?pare moments it divides the work both in seeding and in writing. I have often wondered that harvest, and nt the same time avoids ttie there has never been a column in the G.\ risk of putting too m.icii reliance on one crop. Three pecks of seed per acre should be sown 011 spring plowing, as soon as possible after the ground is plowed, and at any time up to June 1st. It" put in from 15th of May to 1st of June, it prob- Feb., Wil,.ml, vice a little sheet printed on wall paper a secretary: John Cumming, treas relic of Ihe siege of Vicksburg dated urer of administration at Washington and Lee's movements, the paper says Terror reigns in their halls. Lee is to the right of them, in front of them, and all around them and daily do we expect to hear of his being down on thetn. To-day Maryland is ours, to-morrow Penn sylvania will be, and the next day Ohio— now mi«l way, like Mohammed s coffin will fall. the Union fortes after their victory, and- doctor bills, a bottle of Dr. 1 1881. Excuse the liberty 1 take in penning these few liues. My (lays work being done, and the evening not far advanced, in the absence of any late papers to read 7.KTTK opened fo the benefit of lad}" cor respondents, to give lis a chance to ex press our views 011 different subjects, such as "Womens Rights," Prohibition" and multifarious other subjects, which would be of more general interest and good than —well the Scientific column. If the invi tation is given, I will vouch that there will be a noble response. Respectfully, MATTIE. Delhi Items. Correspondence of the GAZETTE. The roads are not improving in the country. out Notwithstanding huge snow drifts, the farmers of this vicinity met at Geo. Stro nach's hall, on the loth inst., and com pleted the organization of the Lorne Farmers'Alliance. The following officers wtreelccted.George Stronach.president president A. D. Mc- A couple of wolves have been seen prowlitig around the neighborhood lately, i The person who can foretell the weath er twenty-four hours in advance, deserves to be ranked with Vennor and Tice. Pedestrianism is a little on the decline sines the roads were opened. A Scientific tyierr. At a social gathering a few evenings ago. "Judge" proposed the fo.lowing question: "How does kerosene oil come on the outside of our lamps?" Some one replied, "The lamp leaks." Another, that the oil runs over the top. Again—this from our scientific host—Glass is more or less porous, etc. But, with all deference to the opinion of our worthy Prof., in glass porous—sufficiently so to admit of passage of the most minute particles of oil? If.this theory be correct, why is it that the oil is found only on the upper part of the vessel containing it while the under side is perfectly dry? Also, when the surface has be*n thoroughly cleaned imediately before lighting, why is there no oil on the outside of the oil vessel, ev en if the lamo be left burning all night? Two days bring about great changes. The banner of the Union floats over Vicks bnrg. Gen. Grant lias "caught the rab bit he has dined in Vicksburg. and he did bring his dinner with The "Cit izen" lives to see it. For the last time it appears on wall-paper. No more will it eulogize the luxury of mule meat and fricasseed kitten —urge Southern warriors o s u i e n e v e o e i s i s e a s wall-paper edition, and is, exceptinar thte raws-leading. Jwl.J note, from the types as we found them, i It will be Valuable hereafter as a curiosity. Don't trifle with a severe eougllflVCold. °°Pf wrn*Nfm.Mli-l,TM.re.- it* Synip.' Pri« only'S ce»... tag. Cook. site fit) cents. i I. O. U. [Here follows a paragraph which we suppress, as unscientific, irrelevant and The (taper was obviously printed by Procure in tim -, if you wish to save Marshall's byita pres REDWOOD FALLS, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1881. NO. 24. liarsh. The roots must be stimulated to healthy action. Flexibility and a hand some gloss arc essential. All these re quisities are easily secured by the use of Ayer's Ilair Vigor. Our druggists are selling large quanti ties of Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup for coughs, colds and pulmonary complaints generally. It takes the lead of all cough remedies. Try it. Only 25 cents and 50 cents a bottle. The Sleepy Eye Herald recently entered upon Its second year. Under its present management it has well earned a right to live, and to live well, too. Mrs. J. B. Wilson, Tiffin, Ohio, says: I have worn an Improved Excelsior Kid ney Pad, and received more relief than from all remedies I have ever tried. I cheerfully recommend it to all suffers** See advertisement. Henry Van Xortwick, of Toledo, Ohio, says: A friend prevailed upon me to try an "Only Lung Pad." and I obtained im mediate relief from a racking cough. I know the Pad helped me. See advertise ment. Redwood Falls Market. WHEAT-NO. l, 77e No. 2,74 No. a, S» No. 4 49c: Rejected, 9c. OATS 20 to 23c. NEW COItX -35e. POTATOES—50c. Bt'TTER—18@80e. EGGS—25c. HIDES—Green 4c. Dissolution of Copartners®. Our Neighbors. ., Th" eopnrtnerrtiip heretofore existing be- A. ChMiuiiertmd it. w. Rockwell, un- I thl« day dissolved by mutual consent, R. liv Rockwell retiring from the firm. Tht lnia in,vss win hfi rtro Fruits and Confectionery, Choice Cigars and Tobaccos, Blank Books, Notions, u la Stationery. PUIDE or THE 3 Always a large assortment of i Musical Instruments on hand: Violins, Accordeons, Flutes, Harmonicas. Violins from S i to $30. 3 Vases, Toilet !-ets, shaving Mum, i i Pocket Cutlery, Rird Cages, etc. Agent for t£ Wkst I FISJE-CUT. O A O S 2 Soors east German Store. $100,000 TO LOAN -OX- IMPROVED FARMS! XjOUGt T1MT1 And Reasonable Bates of Interest, With the privilege of repaying the wholo, or any part, any time BRFORB MATURITY. JOHN H. BOWERS, Redwood Fulls, Minn. HARDWARE. E. A. CHANDLER, Opposite the Post Office, REDWOOD FALLS, MINN., DEALF.R IK Heavy and Shelf HARDWARE. Amour which may be found a complete as mcnl of Table and Posket Cutlery, TINWARE, IRON, COOK STOVES, HEATERS, NAILS, GLASS, PUTTY, BUILDING PAPER, ULIlHIEiVS BARBED FKNCE WIRE. We are al-o agents for the new Blanchnr NOTICE. liAND OFFICE AT REDWOOD FALLS. MINN.. Feb. #, 1881. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his in tention to commutc and make final proof iu support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof, and that said proof will be made be fore the Register and Receiver of the IT. S. Lnnd fflce at Redwood Kails, Minn., on Satur day, the 12th day of March, 1881, viz: Frank D. Matthews, Homestead entry No. 1.970, for the north half of the northwest quarter of sec tion 8, township 111, r.inge 3H, and he names the following witnesses to pmve his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said tract, viz.: B. C. Frost, (J. W. Mossman. Byron 0'IIa ra, and II. N. Eggleston, all of Marshall, Lyon county. WM. P. DUNNIKOTOK,Register. NOTICE. U. f». LAND OFFICE AT HEDWOOD FALLS, MINN., Feb. 17,1881. Notice fs hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof iu support of his claim,and secure final entry thereof, and that said proof will be made before the liegister and Receiver of the 17. S. Land fBce at Itedwood Falls, Minn., on Saturday, the 19th day of March, 1881, viz.: Truman J. Clark, Homestead entry No. 649, for northeast quaPter section 10, town ship 112, range 30, and he names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residenoe upon and cultivation of said uart, vl*.: A, Clark and Geo. Pryor.'of l!cdwoo^ FaltS, Red- W*. p. DTIWTOTO*. Regt«*r. 1 ir n» CHAf. HOUTON LUMBER CO., Winona. C. OU IN ZST Z "2? continued at the old hPr(^y notifliMi that their indebt- E A CH.WT)LRR. R- w- ROCKWELI Redwood Falls, Feb. 15,1881. Mr. Moran Oats Wanted! I I will pay the highest market price, in ensh, for (food Oats, delivered at ti: Whitcomh Kle vator. T. C. PEAVLER. C. F. THOMPSON. I E S We Mean to W. C. W. GEORCE it Co. DEALERS IN CLUMBER! Doors, Sash, Blinds, Iiime, Brick., Cement, Plastering EEalr, tibc. Which we offer to all wanting them at the Lowest Possible Prices* Parties who Contemplate BUILDING PRACTICAL BUILDER and Carpenter, who wi'l cheerfully figure up what you want when iuteudiug to put up a building, be it large or small. WE ARE BUYING Wheat, Oats & Barley, TRADE FOR LUMBER DELIVERED tn oil parts of town, any tlnae of the day. V. W. GEORGE 4ft CO. TARD OX MILL STREEr, near elevator. H. N. BELL Co. Furniture Warerooms, Second Street, earaer Jefferson, REDWOOD FALLS* IlliX FRESH GARDEN SEED Just opened, from Hiram Sibley & Co. ALSO, A FINE LOT OF TIMOTHY SEED FOR SALE CHEAP. Wanted from the farmers, for which I wiU pay the Mghest market price. CORX, BEAN'S POTATOE.S, BUTTER and EGGS. Don't Fail Read Every Word of This: YOU WILL FIND THAT IT IS TO YOUR INTEREST. New Stock or Clothing JUST RECEIVED, ALL BOUGHT THIS MONTH, AND STAY Having tried Redwood, and finding that we can sell good goods at once, without any trouble, we have made up our minds toleing a large and well selected stock of Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods that: any city may be proud of. We have leased the store ei C. Stickles, south side of Second Street, in SHALL.! KXOWTT Star Clothing WE HAVE NOW ON HAND OVER Six Hundred Fine Suits, Overcoats without Number, GEORGE, Redwood Falls. will find it tn their interest to and get flg-three ures. 'i he Arm has permanently employed a LUMBER. A FULL LINE OF Coffins, DBviria.1 Cases, Reliable Grocery House Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, all kinds. Our entire stock is new, embracing all the latest styles,'and cannot be beaten by any house in Minnesota. You will at once be convinced by calling and examining for yourself.. Our aim shall-always be to treat our customers with the greatest respect, and sell these gAodi as low as tbey can be bought in any large city. Tours respectfully, And other Undertakers' Goods always kept in stipulated for In said mortgage. stock. Funerals conducted when desired. Dated, Wluona, Feb. 12th, 1881. ARNOLD P. GILMORE. iCASH ADVERTISING RATES 1 l_l w i tw w I lo 13 mj_l y 1 00 1 75 IS 2 90 4 001 7 00: -fnH i s 2 2 5 2 7 6 3 2 6 6 O O O U 0 *q:• 2 sq 3 sq's 4 sp'8 Jicol 4 col I col 2 26 S 75 3 25 3 M.. With You! HEREAFTER AS TUB STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. V, 7 00 i 75 3 It WK W 25 3 75 4 25 CO 00 SO 4 00 5 00 6 00 7 00 12 Oi -lS 00 SO 00 1*1 00 10 00 12 00 16 OOr.JO 00 56 tp io oo oo n oo 15 no 20 00:50 00 igo 0b All transient advertiscmouts must bo paM for in advance. Letrai Xotiees. 7! cts. per square for the flrtt insertion and :»7Vi eta. per square for each &uh •jcquent !nsn-tlon. Local Notices inserted at 10 conts per line. ^Business cards of live lines or less, $5.00. LIEGAIJ. PROBATE NOTICE, STATE or MINNESOTA,I 0 SY ,, County of Redwood. In Probate Court. Ppeclci Term, February 28th, 1881. In the matter of the estate of William Sander son. deceased. On reading and filing the petition of John Wiggins, executor of the estate of William Sanderson, decreased, representing among otk er things, that he has fully administered said estate, arid praying that a time and place be fixed for examining and allowing his account of his administration, and for the assignment of the residue of seld estate to heirs: It Is ordered, that said account be examined, and petition heard, bv the Judge of this court, on Monday, the 4th day of April, A. T). 1681, at o'clock in the afternoon, at the Probate Office in said county. And it is further ordered, that notice thereof be given to all persons interested, by publish ing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said dav of hearing, in the Red wood Gazette, a weekly newspaper, printed and published at Redwood Fall', in said county. Dated at Itedwood Fulls, the 28th day of Feb ruair, A. D. 1881. By the Court. [SEAL] JOHN H. BOWERS, Judge of Probatei [First publication, Feb. 31,1881.] NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALJI Default having been made in the paynentof the sum of c£r,!?ln three hundred and sixty-two and 18-lOOths dollars, which amount Is claimed and declared to be due and is due at the date of this notice upon a certain mortgage made and exeMitod on the 27th day of November, 1878, by William H. Lamberton, of the town of Red wood Kails, county of Redwood and State of Minnesota, to Arnold P. Gllmore, of the city and county of Winona and State of Minnesota, to seen re the payment of the sum of Ave hun dred dollars according to the conditions of a promissory note executed by the said William FX. I«aznbr*rtnn, bonrinjr evon date with s-iid mortgage, which was duly recorded In the ofljec of the Register of Deeds in and for said Redwood count on the 3'ith day of Novem ber. 1878, at 2 o'clock p. M., in Book 2 of Mort gages, page 516. And whereas, the said mortgage and the debt secured thereby is still owned and possessed by the said P. Gilmore, and no suits or FimeeedingsArnold at. law or otherwise having been nstituted tn recover the same or any part thereof: Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the «tntute In such cases made and provided, and bv virtue of the covenants and conditions and power of sale in said mort gage er nfnined. the said mortgage will be fore closed, and the mortgaged premises lvlng and being in said Redwood eountv, and described as follows, tr-wit: The southwest quartor (SWI4.1 of section number fifteen (15) and the northeast quarter (NEJi) of section number twenty-one (21). nil in township number one hundred and thirteen ill.°), range number thir ty-six (3fi), containing, according to United States survey, three hundred and twenty (380) acres, together with the hereditaments and ap purtenances 1 hereunto ixlonging, will be sold at public auction to the hisrhest bidder for cash, at the front door of ihe Court House, In the village of Redwood Fails, county of Bed wood and State of Minnesota, ou Saturday, the #th dav of April, 1KS1, nt the hourof ten o'clock A.M., for tiie purpose of paying the amount due on said mortgage, »nd costs of foreclos ure and twenty-five dollars attorney's feed WM. PIIELPS, Att'y. Mortgagee. IFIrst publication, Feb. 3. 1881.1 NOTICE OF MORTGAGEES ALE. Default having been|roade in the payment of the sum of si.xt.v dollars (JBO.OO), which la claimed to be due at the date of this notioo upoii a certain mortgage, dnlv executed and delivered by Philip f'osjrrove "and Ellen Cos grove his wife to Peter Smith and C. E. Bur hans, as -mitii & liiirhuns, bearing date the 27th day of June, A. 1). 1*78, and, with a power of sale therein contained, duly recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds in and for the county of l.'edwnod and State of Minneso ta. 011 the 1st day of July A. D. 1878, at 4 o'clock P. in Book- of Mortyuires. onfpaMe (4) A 466, A. M.K'th at lu o'clock and no action or proceeding having been instita ted, at law or ot her\vi«e, o ri cover the debt se cured by said mortgage, or any part thereof: '"w, therefore, notice is hereby fciven, that by irtue of the power of sale contained ia said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute ia such ease inside and provided, the said mort gage will be foreclosed by a sale of the prem ises described in and covered by said mort gage, viz: The northeast quarter (54) of section I eight (S) in township one hundred and twelve (ll—i north of range thirty-seven 137) west, con taining one hundred and sixty (300) acres ae eording to Government survey, in Redwood county and State of Minnesota, wiih the here ditaments and appurtenances which sale will be in ide by Uie J-licriff of saitl Redwood coun ty, at the front door of the Court House, ia the village of Rcdwnod Fall-*, in said eounty and State, on the day of March, A. IJ. 1881. of that day, at public ven- due, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said 1 debt and interest, and the taxes, if any, on said premises, and twenty-five dollars attor ney's fees as stipulated in and by said mort gage in case of foreclosure, and the disburse ments allowed by law subject to redemption at any time within ••ne year from the day of sale, as provided bv law. Dated February 1st. A. PETE 11 M. AMD.1881. t-MlTH E. C. E. BITRHAXS. as Smith & Burhans, Mortgagee*. POWELL,Attorney for Mortgagees. HFirst publication, Feb. 3,1ES1.] NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SATE. Default having been made in fthe payment Of the sum of twenty-seven and 78.10(J dollar* #27.78', which is claimed to be due at the date ot this notice upon a certain mortsragc, duly executed and delivered by llavid M. Scrivena and Sarah A. Scrivens his wife to Thomas Dal ton, bearing date the 22d day of November, A. 11. 187!', and, with a power of sale therein contained, duly recorded in the office of the i Register of Heeds in and for the couuty of i Redwood and State of Minnesota, ou the SSd (day of November, A. D. 187'J. at 2 o'clock P. M-. in Book 5 of Mortgages, on page 4, and no ac tion or proceeding having been instituted, at law or otherwise, to tecover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof: Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale coutaiucd in said ortgage, and pursuant toithe statute in such case made and pnoided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale or the premises described in and covered by said mortgago, viz.: The northeast quarter i^) of the south west quarter (Vji and the northwest quarter (?4) of the southeast quarter i^i of sec tion four in township one hundred and eleven (111) north of range thirty-six (38) west, containing eighty (80) acres according to Government survey, in Redwood eounty and State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances which sale will be made by the sheriff of said h'edwood county, at the frontdoor of the Court House, in the village of Redwood Falls, in said eounty and State, on the 10th day of March, A. I). 1881, at 1(1 o'clock A, m. of that dny, at public vendue, to the high est bidder for cash, to pay said debt and inter est. and the taxes, if any, on said premises, and twenty-five dollars attorney's fees as stip ulated in and by suid mortgage in case of fore closure, and the disbursements allowed by law subjeet to redemption at any time within one year from the day of sale, as provided by law. Dated February 1st, A. 1). 1881. THOMAS J)AI/1IN, Mortgage*. M. E. POWELL,Attorney for Mortgagee. [First publication, Jan. 77,1881.} DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS. District Court, Ninth Judicial District. ATATE or MINNESOTA,I County of Redwood, 1" M. P. Tostevin and Peter Le Ray, copart-1 ners as Tostevin &Le Ray, plaintiffs, against John F. Randall, defendant. The State of Minnesota to the above-named defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiffs iu tbn above-entitled action, which said complaint is now on flic in the office of the °lerk of the Dis trict Court iu said county of Kedwood and State of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your an swer to said complaint on the subscriber, nt his office in the village of Redwood Falls, in said county, within twenty days alter the ser vice of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and if you fail to an swer the said complaint within the time afore said, the plaintiff in this action will take judg ment against you for the f«uin of thirty-two dollars, and interest 011 thirty-two dollars at the rate of ten per cent, per annum froin Oo tober 12,1873. and for the costs and disburse ments of this action. H. D. BALDWIN. Plaintiffs' Att'r. Redwood ifoUs, Minn Dated November 29,1880. t— NOTICE. C. S. LAND OFFICE, REDWOOD FALLS, INN., Feb. a, Ittl. Tftwlee is hereby given that the following named settler has filed n£ice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof, and that said Sroof will be made before the Register and eceiver of the IT. S. I .a nd Office at hedwood Falls, Minn., on Thursday, the 7th day of April, 1X81, viz: Chauncey West, Homestead entry No. 2,563, for southwest quarter section .8. township 111, range 30, and he names the foK lowing witnesses to prove his continuous res idenoe upon and cultivation of said tract, vis: B»*nj. Frost, Wm. H. Dilley,and Geo. Mossman, .ot Marshall, Lyon county, and Oscar O'Hara, of Redwood Falls, Redwood county, Minn^ WM. p. DPKKTSOTTJY, Rerttter.