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fORTOAGE SALE.
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|I|. DUault having been mads in tho con
uitionof gf
certain mortgage deed executed
by John Watson and Fanny Watson his
wire, mortgagors, to John Thompson, Eli
A. Collins, John S. Collins, Gilbert H. Col
lins and Hiram Willard, copartners as
Thompson, Collins & Co., mortgngees.datcd
August 27th, 1858 and recorded in the office
of the Register of deeds of Goodhue county
on the 3d day of September 1858, at 8
o'clock, in the forenoon, in book of mortga
ges page 243.
Upon which mortgage there is claimed to
be due and is due at the date of this notice,
tho sum of three hundred and ninety-seven
dollars and ninety-six cents.
And no suit or'proceedings at law having
been instituted to recover the said debt by
said mortgagee secured, or any part there
of.
Now therefore, by virtue of the power of 1 1 II I W
sale contained in said mortgage and duly J** I
recorded therewith, and pursuant to the
statute in such case made and provided,
the said mortgaged premises which are de
scribed in isid mortgage as follows,
vis:
The south west quarter of the south cast
quarter or section No. twenty-nine (29), in
township No. one hundred and twelve (112)
north of range No. fifteen [15J west, con
containing forty (401 acres of land, be tho
rame more or less, according to the govern
ment survey thereof.
Will be sold at public auction for cash to
the highest bidder at the front door of the
Court House in the city of Red Wins in
said county, on the first day of June, 1861,
at two o'clock in the afternoon of that, day
to satisfy the amount due in said mortgage
With costs of foreclosure and sale.
JOHN THOMPSON,
ELI A. COLLINS.
GILBERT H.COLLINS.
'5
JOHN S. COLLINS, and
HI RAM WILLARD,
WARRKX BMSTOL. Mortgagees,
lions'Attorney. 2-1G G\v
District Court,
Otato of Minnesota,
OConnty of Goodhue, ssf 1st judicial district
John Wright plaintiff, 1 W O W
against
Charles Webster, Elizabeth
Webster, hi wife, mortgagors,
KI-.I1 David Andrews, and Theopi
lu«Drew, Mibseqiichtincumbruu
ttri, defendants.
pursuance of tho judgment and order of
a?UiTt'mMo
t, D0V
entitled action.
and Bled and entered in the oHice of the clerk
Court on the ISth day of March, A. D.
1961, and la pursuance of the order ot eale this
•*•«*"»naid action and to me directed,
lJlaniol Jensmorcthe undersigned Keforee will
•»«1 at public auction to tho highest bidder for
Cf
v«*t!bnlo
of the Court House in the
city of Red Wing in said Goodhue county on
the 81st tiny of May, A. D., 18(51 at two o'clock
sit tho afternoon ot Raid day,tho mortgaged
promises In said judgment and order of sale
described, and which premises aro described
a* followa, to wit:
a a
Mtwatc in sard e*nnty
of Uoodhue described as one undivided half of
•neb part of tho aouth east quarter of section
twenty-five (25), ir. township one hundred and
Sen, (110), north of range sixteen (16) west,
According to the Government survey thereof,
aa is contained within tha following limits, to
wit:
Beginning at the south east corner of said
section, and eitcnding due north one hundred
and aixty rods to tho north cast corner thereof
thence at rigift atffles due west one hundred
and sixty rods to the north west corner there
of thence at right angles due south one hun
dred and alxty rods to tho south wust corner
thereof, thence at right angles sixty rods due
cast? thence at right juigles'duo north to the
north branch of the Zumhro river thence
down tho said stream to the place of begining!
always excepting tho rights granted to Isaac
Nichols and Dovcllo C. Ford for the purpose of
of a grist mill erected by them on said quarter
section.
DANIEL DENSMORE,
•VlLDEBA YflLHSTOX, KotClCC.
Atty's for. Plaintiff.
Dated Bed Wing, Minn., April l«th A. D.,
lSfil. S4U7t
•TATE OF MINNESOTA,!
TAT E U* MINNESOTA
COVNVT ov Gooniii'K
District Court
First Jud. Dist
John VV. Hashill,
Edward Williams,
pl'flfe
against
Truman Ucckwith, deft
Totho above named Defendants.
Vou are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint in this action a copy of
which is tiled in the office of tho Clerk of this
Court at Red Wing, in said county of Good
huo, and to servo a copy of your answer to
said complaint upon the subscribers, at their
ollice in Mantorville, County of Dodge,
in said State of Minnesota, within twenty days
from tho service hereof upon you exclusive of
the day of such service, and you aro further
notified that if you tail to answer said com
plaint as aforesaid the said plaintift will apply
to tho Court for the relief demanded in said
complaint.
SUMMONS for relief.
Dated jthis 10th day.of April, A.D. 1SGJ,
H*DGERTON& COOLIV,
alO—245. Plflfs' Attorneys.
GUARDIAiN
SALE.
Notice hereby «fiven,thst under and by
virtue of an order of license made by the Pro
bate court in and for the county of'Goodhue,
in the State of Minnnesotu, at a session of said
Court, holdcrl April 5th, A.D. 1SS1, I shall at
tho front door of the Court House, in the city
of Rod Wing, County aforesaid, on Saturday,
tho 4th day of May, A.D. 1361, at two o'clock
ill tho afternoon of said day, proceed to sell at
public auction to the highest bidder all tho
estate, right, title or interest of George W.
Latonrcllo, a minor, in and to the following
real estate situated in the county of Gsodhuc,
aforesaid
quarter or north west qu
of section 14, town 111 north, range 15 west
and the north west quarter ot the south cast
quarter of section I, town 110 north, range.
OTIS F. SMITH, Guardian,
April 10,1861. 245
1861. TOR THE EAST. 1861.
Milwaukee and Prairie Da Chien
A I W A
Through te Milwaukee or Chicago without
change of cars.
MAKING AS early connect!**)* for the oast as
any other 'route*
LOOK THE DISTANCES.
From Hi. Paul to Chicago via Prairie da Chien
it is 400 miles.
Via La Crosse 4ti2 miles.
Trains do not leave Pra. du Chien,
until the arrival of boats from St. Paul..
No Omnfens Charge* on this ltnnte.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH
Fran Prairie du Chien to New York, Bos
ton, Buffalo and all important points East.
SLEEPING CAR ON NIGHT
Trains, through to Chicago.
Get your tickots via. Prairie du Chien, and
avoid changing from boats to cars at
midnight and save the omnibus ride of
over a mile incurred by La Crosse aid
Lake Shore Route.
l\we low its by any other Route.
'J'hiough tickets to all po nU cast for sale
at all important places on the river.
\VM. K»l VIS, K. P. BACON,
Superintendent. General Ticket Agent.
11. i!FI-\MAM,
Agent lied W W
-.- -.-•
smum
Billy Patterson?
Great Excitement.
a%) 1 I
fi S fl I I
With a
IMISIMil1
CTOGS 07
DBY GOODS.
FAMILY GROCERIES.
a Clothing,
HATS and CArs,
JMMWS 8SS.S3,
fjf "W
O E
Yankee Notions, Wooden Ware,
Arc, &c, &c.
Which he offers for salo
Che&p,Cheap>cheap
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap,
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap,
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap,
Cheaper than- Ever.oiKcc
Call and sec at his old stand In Philleo's
Block. Main street.
J. B. PARKHUUST.
Red Wing, April 17,18G1. 246
STATE
of Minnesota,
District Court,
1st Judicial dis
tictforsaid Co.
County of Goodhue,
S
William W.Phelps as next friend"
of Huldah Freeborn,
against
William Freeborn, Joseph A Paine
Henry Rice, Martin McNitt,
Edwin Caldwell, Albert Caldwell,
Edward Palmer. Julius Norton, Sum
William Allen, Howard Ward, mons,
Edward Wainwright, Samuel J- for
Harris, Horace Smith, fcewton relief.
Bradley, Orlolf Bowen, Orton
Ward.Volney Brundage, James
Lawthcr, Theron S Terry, Jacob
Newman, E Canfield, Mc
Closky, Francis Baker, George
Otis, Truman French, William
Barr and Pascal Smith.
To Joseph A Paine, Martin McNitt, Julius
Norton, William B. Allen, Howard Ward
Edward Wainwright, Samuel Harris,
Horace Smith, Newton Bradley, Orloff
Bowen, Jacob Newman, E Canfield,
Francis Baker, Truman French, William
It Barr, Henry Rice and Mc
Closkey, defendants above named.
In the name of the State of Minnesota
You are hereby
snmmoned and required to answer the
complaint in this action.which has been filed
in the office of the Clerk of the District
Court for said Goodhue County at Red Wing
in said county and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on the sub
scriber at his office in said Red Wing, with
in twenty days after the service of this
The north west quarter of section twenty- ^ummonson you, exclusive of the day of
nine ot township 111 north, range 14 west „„_i. .,...., „,.. SA.A ,,*., r„ .u
the north west quarter of north west quarter,
lsenrlC
f\ TO?* *J
8 W W
said complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply to
the Court for tho relief demanded in the
complaint.
Dated Bed Wing, March 29, 1861.
W. W. PHELPS.
245 Plaintiff's Attorney.
II. €. HOFFMAN
A N
COMMISSION MERCRAN1,
and General
Steamboat & Railroad Agent.
Would respectfully inform the public that
he has leased the stone warehouse at the low
er levee, where he can he found at all times
and will personally attend to the
RECEIVING,
a STORING,
AND SHIPPING,
of all produce and to any business entrusted
to liiseare.
Throngh tickets for sale to all principal
cities and towns.
Mark Packages,
Car II C. II.*'
Red Wing, Minnesota.
no RENT! TO RENT'
I. Tho Stone Store on Rush street next to
the Red Wing Iloiue. This is one of the I est
stores in town, in as good a location as can
foimd in theplaeo, and will be rented on vc
good terms, applv at the Rcd'Wing House
JACOB BENNETT.
March TUi l$u 2
Cieatest le& Cirealar
Km hHbW!
arritieeu'Va large
letter pages for two
a cent stamps.
Drs. Jackson, Herbert & Co., aro Associated
Proprietors of the National li«peii*itry,
No. 167, Sycamore street, Cincinnatti, estab
lished January 1st 1S52, for the cure of Private
Diseases.
Prof. Egbert Jackson. Dr. Kobcrt Herbert «te
M. Eugene Vclpcati. Thorough cures effected
with almost incredible rapidity of Gonorrhea,
Svphillis, Gleet, Nocturnal Em t-ssions or self
abuse, Impotency, Stricture, Fern le Diseases,
Diurnal emissions, in short every possible form
and variety of sexual diseases, and at the .same
time the general health of the patient improved
where any improvement in that respect is
needed.
Our dispcnsaiy Circular, of 15 large 8 inch
by 11 inch letter pages, with full and special
written reply, sent piomptly, well scaled, to
any address for the amount of the postage,
six cents! Every young man, whether
ICK OR WELL,
should have one. Also, a Ci-culnr intended
tor ladies only, nine largo letter pages, for a
three cent stamp. The "Mountain of Ligpt,
or Medical Protector," anew book of three
hundred pages: ono hundred engravings,
price, in stamps or money, only 50 cents and
one 8 cent stamp, or three for §1 and nine cts
in stamps. This book is fully described in
our Circular. It is bv far the most valuable
and deeply interesting book on the subjects
treated tof, now extant matters that in former
works were merely hinted at are here fully
explained it contains also a full and explicit
key to all the secrets of marriage, love and
beauty, never before
i^-SATISFACTO RlLY_^f,
revealed in any Book in the English language.
Dr. Jackson's Perpetual Preventative—*end
for Circu ar.
Dr. Jackson's Female Pills, $l~send for
Circular.
Dr. Jackson may bo seen at the Consul
ting Rooms of the Dispensary, No. ltf« Syca
more street, from 8, A. M.,tilll, P. M., and
from 4, P. M.till S,P. M., at other hours either
Dr. Herbert or Velpean,or both, will be in at
tendance.
a when desired, will be furnish
with largo, airy, comfortable rooms, suitable
board, and careful attendance, for the few days
ordinarily necessary to effect a cure. Patients
do not see each other. The most ample gu*r
antieaofour ability and good faith promptly
given when desired. Fees as reasonable as the
vory highest mo«!cs of treatment known to
modern medical science, and a very long and
varied experience,will admit. O Box 4S6.
Send for Circular, and state your case {^""plain
ly and fully, and you will receive the Circular
and our written reply by return mail
We.will answer no letter unless it contains
six cents in stamps. Medicine and In**™., tion.
sent promptly and carefully to any part of the
WOTldt
N I E
The undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Red Wing and vicinity that he
has purchased tho entire stock of unmanufac
tured material for furniture-, formerly owned
by Mr. Cook, an 1 that he is prepared to supply
all ordors for furnituro of every description,
on tho shortest notice.
REPAIRING AND TURNING DONE TO
ORDER.
Alsoall kinds of COFFINS furnished to ordor
a
a W a
FURNITURE constantly on hand, cheap fo
Cash JOHN CORELL.
ed \tayl8,1859.
MORTGAGE
SALE.
Default having been made in the eondi
tlon of a certain mortgage deed executed by
Lewis A. Kirk and Catherine Kirk, his wife,
of Goodhue county, Minnesota, Mortgagors,
to James Lawther, of same county and State,
mortgagee, dated tho twenty-second (22d)day
of September, A. D. 1850, and recorded in the
of the Register of Deeds of the saidcountv
of Goodhue on the said 22dday of 'September
A.D. 1856 at three and a quarter (3J^) o'clock,
p.m. in book one of Mortgage Deeds pages
564 and 565 Upon which mortgage and the
note secured theicby there is claimed to be
due and is due at the date of this notice the
sum of one hundred and eighty-four dollars
and forty-eight cents (184,48.) And no suit or
prcceedings at law having been instituted to re
cover the amount due on said note or any
part thereof. Notice is hereby given that by
by virtue of the power of safe in said mort
gage contained and duly recorded therewith,
and pursuant to the statute in such case made
and provided the bail mortgaged premises,
which aro described in said mortgage as fol
lows, viz
The South half of the South West quar»cT
of section number twenty (20) and the South
half of tho North West quarter of tho South
East quarter of section number thirty-three
(33) in Township number ono hundred and
nine [109] North of range number sixteen [16]
West, containing 100 acres more or less, in the
Winona Land District, Minnesota Territory,"
situated in said Goodhue County will be sold
at public auctioii to the highest bidder for cash,
at the vestibule of the Court House of said
Goodhue County, in Red Wing, on the eigh
teenth day of May, A.D. 1861, at two o'clock
in the afternoon of said day.
Dated April Sd, A.D. 1SR1. 244
JAMES LAWTIIER,
W.W. PHELPS, Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Stat1stoDistrict,
Minnesota, District Court.
County of Goodue.
William W. Phelps and
Christopher Graham, Againsty Summons
Sarah Barnes.
To the defendant.
In the name of the State of Minnesota:
You aro hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint of the Plaintiffin above
entitled action, which said complaint is filed
in the office of the Clerk of this Court, at
Red Wing, in said county of Goodhue,and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said com
plaint upon mo at my office in Red Wing
in said State of Minnesota, within twenty days
from tho service hereof upon you exclusive
of the day of such service and you are
further notified that if you fail to answer said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will apply to this Court for
a Judgment against you for the sum of one
hundred and ninety-six dollars with interest
from the first day of December ono thousand
eight kundred and fifty-six, besides the costs
of tlus action.
4.
JHLLIAM W. PHELPS,
Plaintiffs Att'y.
Dated at Red Wing, April 4th, 1SS1.
NOTICE
NEW GOODS AND
O O I O S
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
at the
CHEAP CASH STORE
of
J3CSS 1M2TTIKS,
Nos. 1 &2, Bush Street
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
We are now receiving the LARGEST and
BEST SELECTED stock of Dry Gools and
Groceries over offered to the ne jple of this
vicinity, which for extent, variety and rich
ness, will excel that of any other assortment
in the county and we guarantee our custom
ers fur be'ter bargain* than they can find else
where^ "Small profits anl quick returns,'1
and/'cuVand liberal dccling is our system.—
W buy for ca*Jt, and
receive our goods di
rect from the Importer
and Manufacturer, and
COUNTRY DEALERS
will find it much to
their advantage to ex
amine our stock and
prices before going be
low.
The ladies are invited to examine onr large
and beautiful variety of Spring and Summer
Dress Goods, Domestic Goods of all kinds
ill complete assortment, Prints Ging
hams, Sheetings, Denims, Tickings,
Drills, Cambrics, Linen Goods, &e.,
Jewelry, Stationery and Fancy
Goods of every description,
which will be sold at lower
prices than ever before of
fered Red Wing. Crock
ery. Glass and Stone
Ware of the latest
patterns, Boots and
Shoet a large
Celebrated Copper-tipped Boots and Shoes
One pair of which
is warranted to out
wear two a
without tips.) Hats Jand Caps and ready
made Clothing of
endless varieties
I invite particular att tion to my large
stock of
Choice Groceries,
Coffees,
Teas,
Sugars,
0CT
-aoixotf
All persons indebted either by note or ac
count to the firm ofMelntire & Sheldon or
Jesse Mclntirc, are requested to make
IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT.
On'and^ after
N O E E I S
all goods will be sold for
CASH, AND CASH ONLY,
and all accounts will N closed at that date
There will bo
NO E I A I O N
from the cash system.
222lf. JESSIE McINTIRB
E AMERICA N
MEDICAL AN TOILET
RECEIPT BOOK.
This book contains Receipts and Directions
for making all the most valuable Medical pre
parations in use/ also Receipts and full and
explicit directions for makuag all the most
popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes, Un
guents* Hair Restoratives, and all Toilet Ar
ticles. If yon aro suffering with any chronio
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a fine head of hair, a smooth face, a clear skin,
a luxurient beard or moustache—or if you
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Molasso
Dried and Candied Fruits, consisting of a)
grades snd brands. Now in store 1000 bblr
Salt, at low prices. Drugs, Paints, Oils, Naii
and Glass, a complete stock nt lower price
than ever bofore. We ofler MORE THAI
DOUBLE the variety and quantity of goodi
to be found at any other one store in the city
and at prices which DEFY COMPETITION.
For the next thirty days, I offer Siimme
Clothing AT COST. Remember to call at th
Old Stand of Mclutire 6s Sheldon, and you wil
ALWAYS find a good stock which is for sale at
the lowlfi.prices. JESSE McINTIRE.
May 1st 1809. 198yl
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cation of tha popular taste, and to meet the
wants of those patrons of the fine arts desi
rous of having portraits on Porcrlain, the
Company have importedifrom Europe a collec
tion of superior porcelain goods, manufactured
to their own order, which they sell at cost
prices.
As the American Company are owners of
the patent right, and consequently the only
persons authorised to use the process, they
have determined, in order
To AVJTOBD PEOPLE IN EVERT SECTION or THE
UNICN
an opportunity to possess
PORTRAITS ON CnmA,
to make the following proposition to
RESIDENTS IN THE COUNTRY, WHO ARB UNABLE
TO VISIT PERSONALLY THE ATELIER AND
GALLERIES IN NEW YORK,
Persons sending a -photograph, ambrotype,
or daguerreotype to tho office of the Company
New York, accompanied by
Five DOLLARS,
will receive in return by express, free of ether
charge,
ABICHLY OBNAKENTED TtiiEAxrvsT CUP AND
SACOSB, WITH THE POBTBAIT TBANSFLRBD
THEREOF.
By transmitting a daguerrotype'and
TEN DOLLARS.
they will secure in like manner,
HANDSOHE FRENCH VASE OR ToiL ET ARTICLE
with the portalt reproduced by the patented
process. By sending a pair of dauerrcotypes
and
FIFTEEN DOLLARS,
they will receive in return
A PAIR or RICH SEVRES VASES,
with the portraits executed equal to miniature
paintings and in like manner, portraits can bo
reproduced on porcelain wares or
VASES or EVERY QUALITY or FINISH
ranging in price from
TWENTY TO ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS TOE PAIR.
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MOTIFS
An aperient and stomachic preparation ol
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the United States, and prescribed in their
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The experience of thousands daily proves
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In Debility, Nervous Aflections, Emaciation,
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from chronic complaints, one trial ot this re-
TOM nwnircii »XTT» atorative has proved successful to an extent
SWKDI.sn, ENGLISH ASU
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AMERICAN E I N E would render credible. Invalids so long bed
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own neighborhoods, have suddenly rc-ap
«fcc, & &c.
no description nor written attestation
pcared in the busy world as if just returned
from protracted travel in a distant land. Some
very signal instances of this Kind arc attested
of female suftcrers, emaciated victims of ap
parent marasmus, sanguineous exhaustion,
critical changes, and that complication of ncr
vous and dyspeptic aversion to air and exer
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In NERVOUS AFFECTIONS of all kinds, and
for reasons familiar to medical men, the ope
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it is vigorously tonic, without being exciting
and overheating and gently, regularly ape
rient, even in the most obstinate cases of cos
tivcncsswithoutcvcr being agastric purgative,
or inflicting a disagreeable sensation.
It is this latter property, among others,
which makes it so remarkably effectual and
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also appears to evert a distinct and specific
action, by dispersing the local tendency which
forms them.
In DYSPEPSIA, innumerable are its causes,
a single box of these Chalybeate Pills has often
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In unchecked DIAKKHO?A, even when ad
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In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength,
debilitating cough, and remittent hectic, which
generally indicate INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, this
remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and
physicians, in several very gratifying and in
teresting instances.
In ScKOFVLOVn TUBERCULOSIS, tins medica
ted iron has had far more than the good effect
of the most cautiously balanced preparations
of iodine, without any of their well known
liabilities.
The attention of females cannot bs too con
fidently invited to this r*tnedy and mtorativ*,
in the cases peculiarly affecting them.
In RHEUMATISM, both chronic and inflamma
tory—in the latter, however, more decidedly—
it has been invariably well roportcd, both as
alleviating pain and reducing the swellings
and stiffness of the joints and muscles.
In INTMRMITTEKT FEVERS it must necessarily
be a great remedy and energetic restorative,
and its progress in the new lettlements of the
West, will probably be one of high renown
and usefulness.
No remedy has ever been discovered in the
whole history of medicine, which exerts sueh
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Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid ac
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sition for active and cheerful exercise, imme
diately follow its use.
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t.eueral Agents.
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Chicago Illinois. Capital $ 250,000.
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Hazclton, Amzi Benedict, Hon. L. S. Church.
Chas. II. Abbott. Geo. II. Hazclton, President,
Chas. H. Abbott, Treas., Alfred Edwards, Sec.
Having icccived an appointment as Agcn»s
of the above Company for Red Wing and
vicinity, we are prepared to receive applica
tions for Insurance in the same.
160:mC Brown & Betchcr Agents.
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C=3
I A N & BRO.,on doorsouth
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W I N E S
A E I O S
A N I A S
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Wholesale and Retail also, we have now
some ni
BILLIARD TABLES,
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tures We hope to merit the patronage of the
public now coming to our town, and wonld ten
der our thanksto our friends of Red Wing and
hesurroundingcountry. We say,
""VMULrUUIte..
Red Wing.May 30,1857. 45y
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For sale by
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