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LAND OFFICE, RED WINQ,
lUe Red Wing Land Office will be open for
the transaction of basinets on and after Monday
•eat, at follows:—
In the forenoon from 9 to 13 o'clock.
Is theafternoon from 8 to 4 o'clock.
W. W. PHELPS. Register.
There will be a meeting of the Trustees of the
Hamline University, in the Chapel of the Institu
tion, on the 9th of January, 1856, at 10 o'clock,
A. u. A full attendance is earnestly requested.
J. BROOKS. Sec'y Board Trustees.
Bed Wing. Dec. 56. 1855.
The new building for the Preparatory Depart
ment of the Hamline University will be dedicated
on the evening of the 9th of January, 1856—the
services to commence at C( o'clock. The Dedi
eatory Addretts will be given by the Principal of
the school. Addresses from other gentlemen
•My he eipected. A general invitation is extend
ed to the ladies and gentlemen of Red Wing and
vicinity. J. BRuOKS. Principal.
Red Wing Dec. Sft, 1855.
RE WING LYCEUM.
The Red Wing Lyceum will meet every Tues
day evening until further notice, ut the District
School House. Ladie* are respectfully invited
The following question will bo discussed at the
Essoined, That fiction contributes more to men
ial enjoyment than facts.
I S A N S
MM. llASLr.n, MR.CAMPBELL.
N. B.—The Association will hold their next
meeting on the evening of the second Tuedsayof
January, 1S56, at the usual hour and place. The
third number of the Thought Reaper will then
be read by Mrs. R. S. Knapp and Mrs. E. P. Lo
M. L. NOBLES. President.
S. J. HVSI.F.II, Vice-President.
W. II. WELLINGTON, Sec'v.
Red Wing, Dec. 22. 1855.'
The Rev. Dr, Bonsai of Virginia writes thui—
Dr. 11. T. HELMDOLD.
E AR Sin: I have been suffering with an afflic
tion of the bladder, attended with great pain for
over fifteen years, and have tried many remedies
with little or no effect beyond that of being in
some degree palliative. The Compound Buchu
having lately been strongly recommended, I was
induced to make it a trial, and my experiments
have resulted most satisfactorily. IJfoUtld relief
from the first bottle, and have now succeeded in
performing a cure In the use often bottles. You
are at liberty to make use of my name, as I am
well known, and it may bo the means of afford
ing relief to the many who sufftr as I did.
Rev. J. O. BONSAL, M. D„
See Advertisemsnt headed Uelmbold's Genuine
Teacher in Pontile Entry Book Keeping,
most respectfully announce that he
has up room) over the store of II. L.
BEVANS', in Red Wing, where he may be found
[during the day and evening, to attend to applica
tion* for lessons in Book Keeping by Double En
try—also, Commercial Calculations.
-Fur particulars please cull at my
Dec, 29,18.35. 23tf
RED WING, GOODHUE CO., MINNESOTA.
IIMIE Wint- Term of the Preparatory Depart
JL muiit will coiniuenee on THUUSPAV, the 10th
fof January, 1836, at 9 A. M., n:i I continue 14
weeks, Those designing to attend should be pres
ent at tht beginning of the term. Tuition frbui
«»9e,t)Uto $(.0J. Modern Languages.. $2.01) Mu
sicoil I'iiuto, Mc'.oileon, or Guitar, with use of
instrniiuiit, $ 14.0 Fainting and Drawing,! iuO,
Oill'uiutiiisjr. IjiiJ.Ol). Board', with room and use
«*. r$rni.tUrQ, f.'..)l per week Washing du cents
per down VVo.i 1 furnishud nfceost.
Mure are four courses ofsjtudy in this Institu
•lo.i— iio Collegiate, tuc Academic, the.Scientilc
and the elective For^ous may also outer and
pursue any me branch, and will be charged up*
rdiag!y. Accomuudations fo,- Students ure
ample. For board and room* upplv to the Prin
cipal. A BEZ BROOKS', Principal.
Red Wing, Dec. 20,18.J5. 22w4
O O MINNESOTA-C'nunty
Court, for the Cuuuiy of Goodhue, hohlcn at the
1'robtte office, in Red Wing, on Monday the 17th
i*w «f December, in the year one thousand eight
hundred and titty-five.
Present, William Ladd, Judge of Probate.
In a matter ol the estate of Michael Home,
On reading and filing the petition,duly verified,
praying for reasons therein set forth, that an Ad
ministrator may be appointed on said estate.
Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday the 14th
day of Jannary, 185t, at ten o'clock in the fore
soon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition
and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and
all other persons interested in said estate, are re
quired to appear at a session of said court, then
to bo holden ut the Probate office, in Red Wing
•ndshow catue if any there be. why the prayer
•aid petitioner should not be granted.
Audit is further ordered, that said petitioner
give notice to the persons interested in said estate,
of the pendency of said petition and the hearing
thereof, by causing a copy of this orderto bo pub
lished in the Ued Wing 'Sentinel, a newspaper
printed and circulated in said county of Goodhue,
three successive weeks previous to said day of
hearing. WILLIAM LADD.
(A true copy.) **£2w3 Judge of Probate.
O It A E
Subscriber offers for sale at his farm, li
miles West of Red Wing, the following arti
500 BUSHELS OF CORN,
7 0 BU. OF CHOICESEED CORN,
45 0 BUSHELS OF POTATOES.
Persons needing anytiling of the kind would do
well to call soon, aud not loose a good opportuni
ty of laying iu a winter's supply.
N* B*—Persons wishing to secure their SEED
CORN for neat season are requested call imme
Red Wing. Nov. 17.1855. 17m4
subscriber,at the 8team Saw Mill, Is pre
pared to de all kinds of Custom Grinding
complete, except bolting.
CORN MEAL—always onhand and for sale.
Red Wing,Dee. 15.1355. 3ltf
HOYT & CAMPBELL,
E A E S A E
WARRANTS Sold and Located. Money
Loanedand Agencies solicited. 8. L. AMP
BELL Attorney and Counsellor at Law. All bu
siness entrusted to our care will be promptly at
Office—over th* U. S. Land Office.
f. I. HOTT. 21in3 a. L. CAMPBELL.
CODE 8TOVE to tall by
0 T.J. CLARK $Ct)
SCALES for sale at
store and for sale be
He smokes his forge he bears his sinewy arm.
And early strokes the sounding anvil warm
Around his shop the steely sps rklcs flew,
As for the steed he *hap'd the bending shoe."
undersigned having opened a
shop in this village, on BUSH
Street, a few rods south of the Red
Wing House, i- fully prepared with tools, imple
ments, stock, material, bone, muscle, and head to
carry on the business of
in all its branches and on the most enlarged scale,
and solicits the patronage of the public, believing
that he can give as
as any person in his line. He can do all kind of iron
shoeing, and can make, mend or repair unvthirg
in iron or steel that is worth the trouble lie can
iron anything in the shape of a CARRIAGE,
from a four horse l'ost Coach down to a Wheel
Barrow. A. STKEhTER.
Red Wing, Dec. 29, 1855. 23tf
N E W
Subscriber having erected anew shop and
commenced business in the vilkigc of
Florence, on Lake Pepin, M. T.
would say to the public and the farmers that he
is now prepared to accommodate all with
8MITHWORK OF ALL KINDS,
from ironing a Wagon down to the smallest re
Horse and Cattle Shoeing,
to which the strictest attention will always be
given. His work will always he done up accord
ing to prom'sj and directions and on the most reas
onable terms, and he respectfully asks the patron
age of his neighbors and surrounding community.
a a a
IN RED WING.
E would say to the public that
have opened business at the new store
recently built by W. D. Chillson, where they in
tend to keep constantly for sale a general assort
mi a ons,
BOOTS SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Keady Made Clothing,
Our stock is selected expressly for this market,
and hope by strict attention to business, and sell
ing our goods at barely living prices to merit a
share of publjc patronage.
W &L.D. CIltLLSON.
Red Wing, Dec 10,18oo. 21v
Dissolution of Copartnership.
is hereby given, that the opartner
shipheretofore existing between B. F. lloyt,
C. .1. F. Smith and John F. Ilovt, under the firm
and style of Hoyt, Smith Si Co.,'is this day dissol
ved by mutual cousant. All business pertaining
to the firm will be settled bv Gambia & Smith
at the old st »nd of Hoyt. Smith & Co.
B. E, HOYT.
JOIIX F. HOYT.
Red Wing, Dec. 13,1835.
N* B.—Tho busiues3 will be continued as
usuul at the old stand at the Upper Landing.—
Having laid in a large assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Hard
Watty Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, d'e, tt'c,
we hope to be able to supply most of the wants of
customers at lower rates than elsewhere.
2lw6 A I A SMITH.
TOW N OF CENTIIA PO1NT,
Territory of Minnesota. Goodhue County,
In Justice's Court.
Dated this fifteenth day of
I S A O O N are hereby
that a writ of attachment has been
issued against you, and your property attached to
satisfy the demand of E. S. Harrison.amounting
to fifty-four dollars. Now, unless you shall appear
before Robert L. Phillips, Justice of the Peace iu
and for said county, at his office iu said town, on
the fifth day of January, A D.'1836, at one o'
clock in the afternoon .judgment will be rendered
against you and your property sold to pav the
debt E. S. HARK1SON. Plaintiff.
Dated this fifteenth day of December, A.
TOWN OF CENTRALP1NT,
Territory of Minnesota. Goodhue County,
In Justice's Court.
O I S A A I I O O N You arc hereby
A notified that a writ of attachment has been is
sued again.it you, and your property attached to
satisfy the demand of 11. F. Cone, amounting to
twenty-five dollars. Now, unles3 \o shall ap
pear before Robert L. Phillips, justice of the
Peace in and for said county, at his office in said
town, on the fifth day of January, A. D. 135*5, at
one o'clock Siu the afternoon, judgment will be
rendered against you aud vour property sold to
pay the debt. R.' CON ft, Plaintiff.
On Bush Street,
(Opposite the old Store of Jackson & Enz.)
will be found a large and well selected
assortment of nil the varieties usually kept in
a North-Western Store, such ns
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
O O S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
HATS AND CAPS,
A W A E A
which will be sold as cheap as they can be afforded
I have found from past experience that the on
ly true way to do business is for
(in ninety cases ont of one hundred it is best for
the buyer.) With this view ofthe subject, I have
marked my Goods
lO PGR CENT
lower than I otherwise would—hence my plan
will be ONE PRICE—READ PA Y, and
and hope by fair dealing and strict attention to
business, to merita liberal share ofpatronage.
Nov. 28, '65. 18m6 J. J. JACKSON.
'TICXris hereby given,that I. John Quiunell,
of Red Wing precinct, in the county of
Goodhue, and-Territory of Minnesota, did, on the
twenty-fifth of December. 1835, take up within
my premises one OX, described as follows:—
Large red Ox. about eight or nine years old—the
right horn his apiece broke off the end, and the
right earsilt. The owner of said Ok is requested
to appear, prove property, pay charges, and take
the same, »way. JOHN QUINNELL.
Ds*. 96,18ft, *&w|
RALLY TO THE STANDARD
Live and let Live.
E N & O
purchased the entire interest of
Jackson & Enz in the Mercantile business,
ure determined to let the Peopleof Red Wing
and surrounding country live, and live well to, if
they will but continue to extend to us a liberal
portion of their patronage as they have already
done, for we are alwayn ready and willing to
feed the Hungry, clothe the Naked and toadmin
ister to the real wants of the people at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES!
Please call and examine our stock of
Superfine Extra Flour
Pro visions, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes,
of almost every description. Mr. Enz having
just returned from the East, with a very exten
sive stock of Goods of every description, and are
daily rcceivingmore—would pay to those want
ing anything iu the above line to call soon be
fore they are nil disposed of. We feel quite con
fident that the Price and Quality will recom
mend them toyour favorable consideration.
J. F. ENZ CO.
Nov. 17, 1855. 17y
W I I A O
Civil Engineer & Surveyor,
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
Florence, M. T., Dec. 29, 1855. 23tf
locate Roads and Rail Roads, furnish
Plans and Specifications for Ih-idges and
other Engineering Structures—Selectand Survey
Lands, Lay out and Map Town Sites, &c.
He hope's that by strict integrity and attention
to business he will share a portion of public pat
Red Wing, Dec. 8.1855. *20m6
FIFTY HEAD OF CATTLE.
ILL purchase or Winter—also, 100 HOGS.
Hay and SOi) bushels of Corn for sale, at
the premises of the subscriber, on Section 34,
Town 113, north of range 16 west. P. S. FISH.
Red W ing. Dec. 8, 1855. 2l)tf
WEST SIDE, HO
say to the citizens of Red Wing, and
the rest of mankind," that he has just
completed a Store and opened a new stock of
Goods on Broadway, a few rods from the Upper
Landing, in KedWi..g, where he intends to keep
for retail a general assortment of articles needed
in a new country, in the line of
t.OOTS 4PVD SHOES,
And fresh supplies constantly arriving, am ing
which will be found
Tea, a general ussort't
Shot and Lead,
Cod and White Fibh,
And, in fact, almost everything necessary to sup
ply the wants of the community. A Woni TO
THE W I S E IS SUFFICIENT. I commence a New
Store, New Goods, and on the CASH system, and
under the present stringency of the money mar
ket, I am bound to sell
CHEAP FOR READY PAY!
Try me, and see before purchasing elsewhere—
you will find me at homeI directly "opposite the
New Hardware Store, Broadway', Upper Land
ing. JOHN CHANCE.
Red Wing, Sept.29.1855. lOy
Settler* of Minnesota!
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS
BUY YOUR GOODS AT
And Save Your Dimes.
E Subscriber wishes to inform the inhabi
of RED WING, and every body in gen
eral, that he is now opening, and intends keeping
on hand for sale the
I -argest stock of Goods
ever opened west of the Mississippi, which he
pledges himself to sell.for cash, ns LOW, it not a
LITTLE LOWER, than they can be sold tn the
Territory of Minnesota. Mv stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
1 0 1)S!
is large and selected expressly for the Western
trade, and cannot be surpassed by any Variety
Store in the Territory. My supply of
Hardware and Crockery
Isjust what is wanted bv every person in these
Diggings. I have a choice, fashionable, and tvell
READY MADE CLOTHING
which cannot be surpassed for variety, qualityand
cheapness. Also a large supply of
f| Boots and Shoes,
Ofevery style, size and quality ever worn by man,
woman, or child. I also keep constantly onhand
4 Mats and Caps,
In innumerable quantities, which cannot fail to
suit as to fashion, size.and price. 1 likewise keep
something for the'«inner" as well as the outer
man, 'iu the shape of
Groceries and Provisions.
FOR THE LADIES—A good supply of Furs.
Cuffs and Victrens.
Now, dear hearer,if you want to make GOOD
BARGAINS in the way of purchasing anything
in tho line of Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions,
Boots and Shoes, Ready-Made Clothing, Hats and
Caps, Hardware, Tinware. Crockery, PAINT8,
OILS. GLASS, &c,you will be sure to find a
tull supply at
C. B. PARISH'S
Cheap Cash Store, second door north of
the Post Office, Red Wing, M. T*
Red Wing Sept.. 1855. 9y
lOU.OOO O S A N
TOST burned and ready for aale, a quantity
O of Well, Arch, and Building Brick, at the
Brick Yard, 1 mile west of Bed Wing.
Bed Wing, Aug. 8,1855V 3
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE
O E W I N
property commands a delightful pros
pect, and is unequalled for gardening pur
poses and for residences. Enquire of WM. COL
VILL, jr., General Land Agent. ltf
I 171LES and Cvlerr of different kinds, br
J. C. WEATHERBV. E. J|. ALLEK
J. C. WEATHERBY & CO.,
Boots and Shoes,
A LL of we wil sell at the lowest cash
Bed Wing.Minn., July 21th, 1855. lyl
RED WING, M. T.
BROWN, RENWII Kdc CO.,
Representatives of Young America!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IMPORTEKS, MANUFACTURERS AND
I II 111 SHEET 1101
Second door South of Hoyt, Smith dh Co's
Red Wing, Sept. 14,1855. 8y
E W I N
undersigned have associated themselves
together under the firm, name and style, of
Freeborn & Colvill, for the purpose of doing a
LAND AGENCY BUSINESS!
in the Red Wing and Winona Land districts.
Lands Bought and Sold,
ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
LANDS E N E E
And Land Warrants Located.
We are well acquainted with the country and
its choicest localities.
Particular attention paid to business before the
Land Office. WILLIAM FREEBORN.
WILLIAM COLVILL, Jr.
Red Wing, Oct. 27, 1855. 14
JUT 11 A TOWNE,
E A E S A E
E WING, MIX. TEH
OFFICE OPPOSITE THE
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
GOVERNMENT LANDS SELECTED
Land Warrants Located.
INVESTMENTS MADE TO E BES
ON.REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
All kinds of Surveying. Mapping and Plotting'
done to order by a practical Surveyor. Persons
wishing copies of Township Maps of the survey
ed lands, can be furnished at reasonable prices.
Ex.Gov. Alex. Ratnsiev. St. Paul.
llon.W.H. Welch.CliiefJuscice ofMin. Ter.
Hon. W. \V. Phelps, Register of the U. S. Land
Hon. C. C. Graham, Receiver ."
Rev. J. W. Hancock, Reg*r.of Deeds, Red Wing.
Sanhom& French Att'ys.at Law, St. Paul.
D'Wolf, Maclay & Qu'imby, Real Estate and
Stock Brokers, Chicago, 111.
Hon. T. T. Abhot, Mayor of Manchester, N H.
James Pierce,Esq., Hudson, N H.
F. P. James. & Co.. Bankers,36 Wall St., N. Y.
Hon. II. Rice, Delegate to Congress, St. Paul.
A. Oilman, Esq., Lowdl, Mass.
O. F. SMITH, 3t T. P. TOWNE.
A N E S C. DOW,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
AND GENERAL LAND AGENT,
Hastings Dakota Co., HI.
VT/'ILL attend the District Courts in all the
Counties in Minnesota west of Mississippi
Particular attention paid tolocating Lands.—
Wil! attend trial in contested cases at the Land
Offices in Red Wing, Winona and Brownsville,
RF.FEHKNCft PERMISSION TO
His Excellency, W. J. Gormnn, Gov. of Min.,
Hon. II. II. Sibley,
Hon.C.Graham, Receiver of Rod Wing Land
Hon. W. W. Phelps, Register
New Drug Store
3 vrm mr Cis
offerto the public a well selectedaMort
Paints, Oils, Dye-Slulfc,
WINDOW GLASS & GLASSWARE,
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS,
SPICES OF ALL KINDS,
Puie Wines and Liquors,
for medicinal purposes, and all articles usually
kept in a Drug Store, at prices that oannot fail
to suit purchasers.
Red Wing, Oct. 12,1855. 12y
A STORE FOR SALE.
th Corner of Broad and Main streets.
4 F.S. NEWELL.
A N CLARK,
A O N E A A W
AND GENERAL LAND AGENT,
WABASH AW, M.
TIN PLATE WORKER.
2tf T.J. CLARK & CO.
Subscriber would say to the building pub
lic that he is now repared tofillany
BILLS FOR LUMBER
that may be ordered. CUSTOM SAWING
done on the most reasonable terms. Keep con
stantly on hand,andfor sale, all kind* of
Give him a call, at hene STEAM MILL, a
few rods West of the village.w
B. S. KNAPF.
Bed Wing, Nor. 24,1853. 8tf
TO BUSINESS MEN.
W O STORY STORE now enclosed on
Broad Street. Enquire of
8 F. S.NEWELL.
a SORNEB LOT en Mate andBroad .treat.
Great Rush For
HERE can be found a general variety of
everything needed in a new countrv, con
sisting in part of
Groceries and Provisions,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE,
Crockery, Stone and Earthenware, and
The attention of the inhabitants of Red Wing
and surrounding country, and vervbodv in ccnci"
al is invited to my large stock of
which consists in part of brown and bleachod do
mestics, sheetings, shirtings, tickings, Kentucky
jeans, woolen and Canton flannels and fulled
cloths. I would call especial attentien to my
BOOTS AND SHOES!
as I have taken great pains to sefect a complete
assortment and of the best qualitv. My stock of
Crockery, Earthern and Stone ware is full and of
the latest fashion.
I am prepared to do mv part towards fulfilling
the command enjoined upon us to "clothe the
such as sugars,teas, coffee, molasses.and a cent
al assortment of all articles included under this
such asflour,pork, potatoes, corn meal, and al
most everything to feed the inner man.
All who feel interested are invited to give mc
a call, and examine for themselves, with the as
surance that they need not go awav dissatisfied,
tor my goods are prime aud prices reasonable,
i.i it ILL. BEVANS.
i} Main St., near the Red Wing House.
RED WING LIVERY.
THE Subscribers wotild respect
fully inform the citizens 61 Red
Wing and the traveling and pleas-
ure seeking public in general, that they have
fitted up a
and that no expense has been spared in procur
ing the best of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & HORSES.
Their Horses arc adapted to the Saddle, Bnsev
Our stable is located on the corner of 3rd and
BUSH streets, a few rods south of the Red Wing
House aud Steamboat landing.
E WING A N
The Subscribers also run a Semi-Weekly line
of Stages from this place to Cannon Falls,leaving
Red Wing every Monday and Thursday, at 8 o'
clock. A. M., returning, leave Cannon Fallseverv
Wednesday and Saturday, at 1 o'clock, P.
Subscriber would respectfully inform the
citizens of the different towns along the Mis
sissippi, that the Winter arrangement for earn
ing mail and passengers between St. Paul and
Lansing are completed, and will run regular
twice a week on and after the 15th of November
leaving St. Paul every Monday and Thursday, and
Lansing every Tuesday and Saturday at 6 o'clock,
A. M., and will make connections with the line of
staees running from La Crosse to Madison also,
with stages running from Lansing to Dubuque,
Prairie dit Chien and Decora also, with stages
running from St. Paul to dittcrent parts of the
Territory. My object is to make the quickest
time possible over said route.
II. B. MIDDAUGII, Proprietor.
Red Wing, M. T., Oct. 27,18o5. 14t*
Boot and Shoe Store
DOULL & HlSLER,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
this method ofinforming the citizens of
Red Wing and Minnesota Territory in gen
eral, that theyjue,prepared to manufacture to or
dcr every description 6f
ROOT S 4k S O E S
Gcnt*n Fine hewed Boot?,
Ladies' Gaiters, Slips, Walking Shoes, &e.,
Boys' and Childrens' Shoes of every descrip
They also keep on hand, ready Inade, a general
assortment of BOOTS & SHOES, from which
no person can fail to suit themselves.
done in a neat and durable style at short notice
and on reasonable terms.
Personswishingauythingin our line will never
regret giving us a call.
Remember the place, Corner of
Broadway and Fourth Street, a few rods
South of the landing.
AN DUE W KOCH,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
our AS nasi
^QflNlTC/a^ WOULD respectfully an
Win£ and vicinity, that he
has opened a
on Main street, a few doors from Messrs. Mur
doch & Bristol's Law Office, where he intends
keeping on hand and manufacture to orCcr*''.
Such as Chairs, Bedsteadi, Tables, Side
Boards, Bureau^ Double and
and, in fact, everything in the line of Furniture
r'rsona wishing any thing in this line will do
T.*J. CLARK &itt>J
|R1ZE PREMIUM Cook Stoves to sell by
of best qualitv in store and for pale by
T. J.CLARK & CO.
1I1URNS of Wood or Tin, to sell by
T.J. CLARK* CO.
YOKES for sale by
3 T.J. CLARK* CO.
WAKE made and sold bv ..
T.J. CLARK'* CO.
JI1MREStatc Cook Stoves in-store—for sale
by T.J.CLARK & CO.
M1E Morning SUir elevated oven by
TAILS—Threes to 40s, just received by
T.J. CLARK & CO.
We hope from strict attention to business, and
by keeping our stable supplied with the best of
Horses, Carriages, Saddles, &c., to merit a share
oi public patronage.
for Corn or Garden use, for sale by
T.J. CLARK* CO.
COTTER A WES.
St. Paul and Lansi
Planes. Chisels, &c..by
T.J. CLARK & CO.
Teapots and Tumblers, to sell b'f
T.J CLARK & CO.
Augers and Bitts. for sale b»
T. J. A CO.
ARMER'S BOILERS for sale bv
10 T. CLARK & C».
STONES on consignment, for dale
T.J. CLARK CO.
AULDBON KETTLES—to close out. at
10 T. CLAKK &CO.'S.
A CUTTERS—for saieby
T. 3. CLARK & CO.
RINGS -for sale bv
T. J. CLARK & CO.
STOTES—for sale bv
T. J.CL'ARK &CO.
BOOK ili\D VARIETY STOftfi.
E. P. LOWATER.
AT THE POST OFFICE,
RED WING, M. T.,
now on hand, and is constantly recsivlng
a variety .of
Comprising in part of Jewelry of all kinds,Pceket
Cutlery, Gold and Steel l^ns, Gold and
Silver Pun Holders and Pencils. Led
and Slate Pencils, Slates. Biid
Cages, Childrens Toys. Port
Monies, Violins niid
Violin Strings, Beads, Pins,
Needles. Ladies Dress Combs,
Fine and Coarse Combs, Tooth and
Hair Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Lubin's Perfum
ery, Candies, Ladies' Work Baskets,Reticules, A
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
By strict attention to businessand liberal price*
he hopes to merit a share of public patronage.
Red Wing,Sept. 20,1355. lOy
Merchant Tail or,
BEGS leave to inform the inhabitants
of Red Wing.tliat he hasjust finished and
opened anew shop, for the purpose of
carryingon the above business, aud that
he is now prepared to famish Goods of
all kinds in the Merchant Tailoring bu
siness.and to make them up to oider.
and also, to do al) other work entrusted
to his care in the lest and latest
STYLE AND FASHION.
Gentlemen wishing a good fitting garment, al
a reasonable price, will be sure to get it here.—
All wcrk warranted to be done in the meek
thorough and workmanlike manner.
Home Industry is ihe Motto.
$®~ Shop, first door South of the Elder tlovse*
Lower Landing. HENRY WITTE.
Red Wing, Oct. 13,1855. 12tf
WELLINGTON & HAWKINS,
Bod Wing, T., July, 1855. lyl
J. K. MURDOCH, WARREN BRISTOL.
ATTORNEYS AND SOLICTORS,
th Court* of this Territory,or the Supreme
Courtof the United States,' promptly, attended
EX-GOT. Hunt, Lockport. New York.
Hon. A. H. Moss, Lockport, Mew York.
Et-Gov. Alexander Ramsey, St. Paul. Min. Ter.
IraHarrif'.L.L. D., Albany, NewYork.
EX-GOT. Washburn. Worcester. Mass.
J.W.Bass&Co.,St. Paul, Min. Tar. Ijl
ie T. J.CLABI
respectfully inform the citizens
of Re Wing and vicinity, that they are
prepared to do
House. Sign ami Carriage Painting,
at the shortest possible notice. Also, Paper
Hanging, Graining and in fact, anything that la
usually expected in their line.
Shop on the Corner of Third anS
W. H. WELLINGTON, IT. llAWKIBI.
Red Wing, Minnesota Territory. ly
VanOenBcrgh eV iftff,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
rcspectfullv inform the citizens ef
Red Wing and vicinity, that they are nose
prepared to fulfill all contracts entrusted to their
superintendence with neatness and digpateh.—r.
Our motto is,
"Push Along, Kt*p Moving"
VAN & HILL.
cd W ing. M. T., uly 24th, 1855. lyl
rpIIE subscribers have established a Book
1 Ager ov in Philad$ipb a.and will finish any
11011 price oi tueco .*«.j,."-."V.' —,
Godev's.Putnams, Grahanw, Frank Leslie Fash
ions, &c, will receive the magazines for one year
and a copy of a splendid lithograph portrait of
either Washington, Jackson, ci Clay or, if FUO
sbribing to a $iJ or a $1 Magazine, they will re
ceive a copy of either of the three portraits, ir
subscribing to $G worth..of Magazines, all three
portraits will be sentgratis. .Upic furniihcd to
those who mav wish it.
Envelopes of every description and size in larg*
or small quantities furnished. Seal Fressee, Pies
&c, sent to order.
Every description of Engraving on Wood cxe
cuted with neatness and dispatch. Views or
Buildings, Newspaper Headings, Views ot Ma
chinery, Book Illustrations, Lodge Certlficatca.
Business Cards, &c. All orders *«*bT. «Mil
promptly attended to. Persons wishingtiewi
their buildings engraved can send a Dagnemo
tvpe or sketeh of the bu.ldhig by mart et express.
Persons at a distance ,h*™g •«?«*b|^^u««•
•oiild find it to their, advantage to* a«rsss tba
subscribers, as we would act as the agent for tfca,
saleof the same. BTBAM & TO«...
60 Seuth Third Street, PhiludektjMa, Pa,
*. n. BTBAM. ». riBBCB^ .'
ONE ACRE LOT FOR BALBl
iuhaeriber offers for sale one icra %ai o«.,
T» Addition to Bed Winr