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HOME COLtfalN.
WING, FEBRUARY 19, :S6'2.
ii JbECIW E S
Tho following named gentlemen will leoturo
ttt the times indicated below:
W. C. Williston, Tuesday, February 25.
1). Densmore, Starch 4.
S. S. Burleson,
At the Court House Red Wing at 7 o'clock.
LEGAL BfcAjras.— We have just printed and
have on hand for sale, a large lot of lega]
blanks, such as Mortgages, Chattel Mortgages,
Deeds, and all the instrument* usually requir
ed by Justices of the Peace.
SOLD OTJT.—Jesse Mclntire, Esq., one Ofrefused
the oldest, (if not the oldest) merchant in Red
Wing sold out his entire stock last week to
Messrs. Simmons fe Johnson. We under,
stand'that Mr. Mclntirs intends to leave
Ihe business.
NEW WAOON SHOP.—-Mr. Win. Stone
has established himself in town, at the old
booper shop, near the City Bakery, where
he is prepared to make or repair Wagons,
Sleds, Buggies/ or Cutters, in as good style
as can be done by any in the business.—
tri*e him a call.
JUST WHAT WAS NEEDED.—We call the
attention of the traveling public, to the ad
vertisement of 0. Anderson. He keeps a
neat refreshment saloon on Main Street op
posite this office, where any person, at anyThat
hour, can call and get just what he wants in
the Way of refreshments, and pay fer just
What he gets, and no more.
Row.—Quite a row, we are told, occurred
at the ball last night. We do not know
who the participants were, but from the
perfusion of blood on the side walk near the Ijiis face a]way3 look/as though he'd swallowed
door, we conclude the struggle must hav« P'iV 1 .*
ao
SOMETHING N E W Mather &
Clark have just received a lot of Judson's
ing over the brass ones.
winter the complaint that providence
was dealing too gently with us in the item
of sleighing. N the cry is from almost
nil quarters, ".stay thy hahd." If the snow
had not seitlod down since it just fell, there
Would not be less than three feet on the
ground at the present time, and still it comes
at the rate of (our or five inches a nisht.
IloTCiiKiss BATTERY.—Lieut. Dawley
arrived here last evening with thirty as fine
looking fellows as we have had the pleasure
of seeing. They are from Winona county.
and destined for the Ilotchkiss Battery,
quartered at St. Anthony. The hoys were
in exuberant spirts, and claimed to be six
month's men that is, fight six months be
fore crying "hold McDuff."
Too LATE.—Tuesday,^or even Monday
vening after dark, is too late to ensure any
communication a place in the Volunteer.—
Before that lime all, or nearly al! the matter
For the paper is written or selected. We
should have been glad to have laid before
our readers, who ma}' bo interested in such
matters, the constitution of the Teachers'
Instituto, but it came too late as it is, we
shall publish it next week.
A WOR TO oun E I N E N SUBSCRIB-
E S W want money. W have to buy
paper, pay rent, keep fires, hire help and
•pay them/or their service, and eat and we
barrassnoent, while at most, it would
•lightly discommode you.
The two first are sweet, spirit enchanting
pieces, that would grace any music stand,
.ml «.,» f.. ^i— »u
marcn ior new beginners, easy of execution,
and pleasingly arranged the lastly mention
ed piece, is one of those highly artistic
compositions, altogotb-r beyond our com
prehension. Our thanks to Messrs. Root
A Cady.
m-A ~.~.l. *wi:» iw
Dim* 4 .artf .U» public immtit
FOREIGN NEW8.
to
We hope the boys enjoyedi.Johnny
•mount of money that rightfully belongs to Probate Conrt at its othec in the city of Red
us. This, to you, is but a small item but
the ftggrigate amount thus kept from us, if the final account of said administrator should
paid in, would relieve us from great em-
but
NEW MUSIC—"My Soul thy sacred im
age keeps," "Bermuda's Fairy Isle," "Am
ateur march" and Memories of home," are
the respective names of four pieces of music
jtut received by us from tho publishers,
Messrs Root & Cady, No. 95 Clark Street
Chicago.
0
and could not fail to please any lover of the which mortage there i* claimed to be due, and
enchanting art the third is a Sprightly dne at the date of this notice the snm of one
mirrli fur KA»*.nnAM
thousan•dtwenty-nine
lions were made beside which man nri-1th*
UiL*l' t:ii
A 1
DIARIES.
eeived at
W
ar a
PATRIOTISM.—When the glorious news
•f the capture of Fort Donelson reached here
notwithstanding a pelting snow storm wes
was raging at the time, our patriotic citizens
could not restrain themselves from manw
testing their joy. A flag was hoisted in
Main street, on a rope strcched from the top
si Baker's hardware store to the top of Wil
kind's block. Guns were fired, men and
hey! threw their raged-rimless hats into
the!****o*w*"therefore,dollarss
iL
PORTLAND, Feb. 10.
The steamer Jura, which left Liverpool
Thursday the 30th, and Londonderry the
31st ntt., arrived at 11:45 to-night. Mason
and Slide) 1 -had arrived at Southampton.—
No demonstrations were made. The for
mer went to London, the latter to Paris.
The London Times An a characteristic ar
ticle calls for something decisive in America.
It says unpleasant complications must arise
if the present state of affairs continue much
longer.
Napoleon opened the French Chamber bn
the 25th. He said the civil war which des
olates America has greatly compromised our
commercial interests. So long however, as
the rights of neutrals are respected, we must
confine ourselves to expressing wishes for
an early termination of these dissentions."-^
France recommended to Home to conciliate
the Couft O Turin-^Antonnelli absolutely
al» terms.
The following is the ^Etna's report Earl
Russell, in a dispatch dated January 23d, to
Lord Lyons, says the English Government
diners entirely from Mr. Seward's conclu
sions on the question whether the persons
taken from the Trent, and their supposed
dispatches, were contraband.
From the Hesjreria.
O A N E O S
BY TUB QUARTETTE.
There is ayoungman, wh/comes to our school,
LITTLE by name, and he minds every rule.
Next comes Albert, fair, pretty and sweet,
The girls all «.-ow, he looks good enough to eat.
Herbert sits next, studious and true.
With our sleighridca and sports, he'll have
nothing to do.
W. A. Wright on the next seat doth sit,
For all, save one,he cares not a whit.
Next comas McCoy with graceful moustache,
When be calls on the »irls he cuts a mighty dash.
Wakefield is clever, we all well know,
But he's entirely too bashful to make a good
beau.
Meacham comes next, who, as every one fcnow3,
By the way he talks, has got some nose,
Across the isle, Densxnore doth sit.
A comical genious, Fni sure you'll admit.
Mr. Brown is as steady a& working at a trade,
But I fear he is doomed to be an old maid.
Prinny in a Sutherland course runs fast.
It ho can't be first, he'll take up with the last.
Olo Nelson the next place doth fill,
thethe
patent transparent cones," to use on Kero-|Ui-l lisps with a voice of mesical ring
scne Lamps instead of the brass cones now
used. These are of glass, and are said to
be a very superior article, being a great sav-
W have one on trial which works quite
as well as recommended.
A I E MORE SNOW.—Earl in the
lectures
frequentlyt
goes,
To see"i any girls are in wan of beaux.
And Henry J. Crist to one doth sii near,
About whom in h's sleep he talks very queer.
Johnson is honest, and kind I'm sure,
And Tucker is quiet and very demure.
Philleo, we'll inform you, is nobody's fool,
His comical )okcs are tlio sport of the school•
Ac Spring Creek, on the 11th inst., JosErn,
SJU ot Martin and Ilerbstrect, aged 7
years.
At Spring Creek on the 15th inst., SAKAU H.,
daughter of Rev. Norris aad Sarah liobart,
aged 13 year*.
I'm going to be with angels," were the last
words she said, and fel' asleep in Jesus.
In this city on the 15th inst., FREDRICK, son
cf Gotlpb and Mary Bracher, aged 4 years and
months.
In this city.this morning. CoRYDov.eldestson
ot Geo. W. and Julia C. Parker, aged 6 years.
In RoHCoe on the 3d inst.. EDWIN LEE, only
child of John and Electa Hunks, aj^ed 3 months.
Another little form asleep,
And a little spirit gone
Another little vr.icc is hushed,
Another Angel born.
Two little feet a:e on the way
To the Home beyond the .skies
And our heart are like fhri void that comes
When a strain of music dies.
Oils,
and thixpencc and all thucb
He saystnugar
thing.
Richter walks so straight you'd think him quite
a man,
He £oes with the air of" touch me if you can."
Brockman is last on our list to appear,
But he does not generally follow in the rear.
Now what a respectable list we have brought,
Though poorly described they are worthy of
thought.
XX£SX.
Having taken the stand
Oposite the VOLUNTEER OFFICE,
the subscriber is piepared to ac-
commodate the traveling community with
whatever, in the line of refreshments they may
want.
Hoard by the a or W also fur
nished without lodging. CHEAT.
Here is the ONLY PLACE IN THE CITT where a
person can call lor what he wants, and piy for
only what he gets. O. ANDERSON.
cl34 n30v6:3m
PROBATE NOTICE,
STATE OF MINNESOTA,\
County of Ooodhue.
c»n do neither without money. You, and jamminge and[allowing"the ttnTl amount ofrRaid
each of you, carry in your pocket a smsll
ss'
ONministrator
In Probate Court.
In the matter of the accounting of Wm.
Frybcrger Adminstrator of the estate of Cal
vin Frizzoll, deceased.
lul^inistrator—lind ilU,Per*"ns
sani estate are required to appear before the
8a
Ld
the application of Wm. Fryberger, ad
of the estate of Calvin Friz
zoll. deceased, late of said countv.it is order-!
od that the 2d day of April. A. D. 18AS, be, and N E A E POST OFFICEJRE W I N
the sam is hereby assigned as the time fo ex
interested in
ttt
}J
o'clock, A. JC., ©f
that day, and show ennso, if any there be, why
not be allowed
And it is further ordered that said adminis
trator givo notice of the time and place of ex
amining said account, by causing a copv of
this order to be published"m tho Goodhue "Vol
unteer six successive weeks prior to said 2nd
day of April.
Dated Red Wing, Minn.. Feb'y. 17th 1962.
CLINTON G* REYNOLDS,
nl35 n50v6:7w. Judge of Probate
MORTGAGE SALE.
DEFAULT having been made in the conditions
of a certain raortgttgo deed, executed by
Benjamin F. Hoyt and Elizabeth Iloyt, his wife,
Mortgagors, to Chauncej Diniick, Mortga
gee, dated June 7th, A. D. 1S59, and recorded
in the office of the Register of Deeds of the
County of Goodhno, Minnesota, on the 15th day
J«ne, A. D. l&59,m Book "S" pace 201, upon
three hundred and thirty-eight dol-
nd cents (|1,338.29).
And no proceedings at law or otherwise hav
ine been instituted to recover the said debt by
And whereas the said Chauneey B. Dimiek
has paid the taxes due and assessed en the
above described land to the amount of ninety
nii»)tt id) rt-J-liVt a I I
N
air, and nearly split thetr throaU shoutingiaaie contained in said mortgage, and duly re
in the eaoesa of their JOT at the txxxi news cfn*^1
!'gageh5*premises
"!d
w.». _._:~.~ _i~. J-*-^-. J- -_ iintneeityof Ke«l Wing, in saidGoodhue County
•ata patrtoU whose doty «T discretion kept I on the «d day of April, A. ». !S«3, at teni
them from the battle field, care vent to °'lc, »t »n
4,
Meek for .«**,««* I S
TUB CITY BOOK STOBB. I CUAUNCE\ DJMICK,
al»f*lw
-ttCf.-Kf•£,-{! P-V.' iv-«.'V. si.-
Chas. McGlashan,
AT
THE BRICK STORE,
Corner of Main and Bash Street*,
Formerly occupied by S. B. FOOT,
F.SD WMTO.
lias ph hahil, arid is now receiving a rb&t and
GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Of Merchandise of all kinds usually kept in
any store in the West,
{EXCEPT GASt)
Which shall be sold for
I I A 3 A
As low as at any place in the
United States,
of Minnesota.
I also have the agency for the sale of
J. M. SINGER'S
Celebrated S in Machine*
ALL ACCOUNTS
Due me must be paid soon or
CHA.S. McGLASHAN.
Bod Wing, Noy. 17th, 1S61.
n!05 Nov 20, '6l:ly
GOODHUE COUNTY
DRUG STORE,
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
A E & CLABK,
Wholesale an-1 retail dealers in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
Glass.
Sash,
Putty,
Varnishes,
and Dye Stuffs,
Camphene,
Burning Fluid,
Terpentine,
Patent Medicines,
Fancy Soaps of the latest styles, and every
variety of
PERFUMERY.
Have on hand a large assortment of
Faint, Varnishing, Hair, Cloth. Nail, Scrub
bing, Hat, Tooth,Pencil. Lather. Shoe,
Marking, and White-wash
BRUSHES.
Coil Oil Axle Grease in Boxes.
A large assortment of improved
KEROSENE LAMPS AN OIL.
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS.
Pure W in a Liquors
For Medicinal purposes constantly on hand.
MATCHES MATCHES
All medicines and (roods WARRANTED
PURE. All orders promptly attended to.
Prescriptions carefully put up at all hours of
day or night.
Main Street, at Parkhurst's "Old Stand
n86. nl3v6-ly
Who Wants Money
IF YOU DO, BRING ON YOUR
Wheat Corn, Oats,
BUTTER, EGGS, ^G, TO
aaid mortgage secured, or any part thereof. Druggist, PhurmaCUtist 4* Chemist,
And whereas, the lands and premises ins a id *"'.
mortgage. and thereby conveyed, ia described
as follows, to wit: Lota one (1), two(2), and! -UKUUS,
eight (3) of Block tonrteen (14), and Lot nine
0) ot Block forty-six (4«) in the town ot Bed
Wing and Lot seven (7) of Block nine (9) in
Freeborn's Addition to Red Wing, according to
tho recorded plats of said town ot Red Wing
and addition*, in tho office of the Register of
Deeds, of said Goodhue County and the East
hall of the North- west quarter of the North
west quarter of section twenty-five (25) Town
ship one hundred and thirteen S North of
Bauge fifteen (15 West, all of the above des
cribed lands and premises being in the County
of Goodhue Minnesota.
•*-N"' priort.\ofthU,».,».e
dat.
by virtna of the power ef
£kerewith
and pursnant to the statute
'oft
wil^»
be^
sold a
publi*
he*~bidd
1 r- 5
ll»etorenoonof
•heir patriotism orer sundry potation? of and disbursements of said sale and also thessid!
Stimulant. 'lurthersum of $»$.»$. which «aid
mortgagee\W
—~---__~«__-___«__^-_-»1_-___ k»* P»id for taxes on aaid land.
auction?t"1
front th^ Court Hous
»ha« day, to satisfy
the amount aforesaid together with the costs!
Mortgajpe
BSSTIVTW
1
HARLAN'S
Cash and Ready Pay
O E
I will exchange Groceries for them, such as
Sugars,
Teas, Coffee,
Spices, Candies, Sal
ratus Starch, Candles,
Soap, Matches, Shoe Blacking,
Dairy Salt, Dried Apples, Green
Apples, Crackers, Table Syrup, Molas
ses, &c, (fee. Also a good article of Family
Flour will be kept for sale, and Tobac
co, Segars, Brooms, Cloths Pins,
etc. Intending to keep a
FIRST CLASS GRO
CERY.and do business
honorably ,1 hope
to receive a
liberal
patronage,
S. C.
nl!2
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
a
MEDICINES.
OBEMICALS,
TOILET ARTICLES,
PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES,
Paints, Dye-Stuns, Kerosen*:,
in id Alcohol,
Medicinal Brandies. Wines,
AND LIQUORS,
TOBAC JO,
SNUFF,
CIGARS,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
And other articles belonging tothe trade, all
of which are warranted.
S Prescriptions carefully prepared."
At Richter Old Stand, cor. Main and Plum
streetn.
nl09 nltv«:ly
HEATH «fc XAGLE,
A S I S
BUSH STBBET, RED W I N 6 MINN.
ICONS, Plows and all kinds of tmsm
implements neatly and •abataatin:!]*
AGONS Plow and all kinds of farming
implements neatly and •abataatia.iy
repaired, Mmnem and O&ea shod, aad all
Binds of hUesassithing neatly dona.
nIOC 1 $ 4
Johnson's Agr
0
1
0
0
n26v6:ly
EITHWS &
PREMIUM GRAIN DRILL!
BALL & NAtTMAN, DAYTON, OHIO.
COtiEL & BETCHER,
Manufacturers of and dealers in
Lumber, Shingles,
AND LATH,
S A 6 3 DOORS & BLINDS.
Office and Lumberyard
Corner of Main and Broa Street*.
SAWING, PLANING, MATCHING,
AND
O I
Done to order at our Steam Mill.
nlOl Nov. 13, '61:ly
TO WHOM IT MA CONCERN.
ONalangoodsrand
The above drills are all warranted to sow and distribute evenly all kinds of grain, such as
BARLEY
WHEAT, RYE, OATS, BUCKWHEAT AN HEMP.
Those with Grnsss Seeder attached will sow FLAX, TIMOTHY
HUNGARIAN GRASS SEED.
These Drills can be regulated to deposit the grain at any required depth, and can be changed
In a moment to any kind of seed.
By the use of these Drills a large saving of seed ismade and a larger yield of grain secured.
The"seed is better covered, an the soil better prepared than by sowing broadcast. The seed
is not so liable to be winter killed, and the frosts, which are so disadvantageous to broadcast
wheat, have a good influence upon that properly drilled. The growth of. drilled wheat is
uniform, its ripening is nearly simultaneous, an A is not subject to the ravages of the midfc
(yellow wevil) or to damage by rust in the same degree that broadcast wheat is. It ripens
uniformly, is not so liable to lodge, and may be gathered With greater security than that sown
broadcast
The Drills ate arranged so that grass-sowers arc attached, that while the grain from one
box is being planted in drills, grass seed is sown broadcast from another.
Those wanting Drills should make application, without delay, to the subscribar.
Get none but the genu* ne.
Pamphlets -"outainhig a full description of Dfill, and numerous certificate*, furnished Oh
application.
13fi2.
afte the first day of January
merchandise sold by
be paid for on delivery. Our term
X*.&s*.<5Ly I O
by us will
will be
we will make no deviation. Those indebted to
us will please call and settle up, as our books
must be closed. Those having claims against
is, or either of u*, will present them at once
for payment-.
Wc would say in connection with the above,
that wc have on hand a
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS.
Consisting of
STAPLE D"RY GOODS
GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SH'»ES,
HATS AND CAPS.
PAINTS AND OILS,
GLASS,
A I N S E E E WING,
Have or- hand, and offer to the public the most
complete assortment of
H.1 RJD WARE,
CUTLERY,
Moves a in Ware,
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
AXD
Farming Implements
OF F.VEEY DESCRIPTION.
Also,
KEROSENE LAMPS,
OIL, PAINT, ETC-
nI03
HARLAN.
n!9v«:tf.
CITY DRUG STORE
E A I E S IS
Hard-wire, Tinwrc and Stofcs,
SHELF HARD-WARE,
HYDRAULIC RAMS,
CROSS CUT SAWS,
r.
W
PUTTY,
CROCKERY,
tire., dec,
which wc offer on the above terms at low prices
Being desirous to sell out our stock the pres
ent winter we would be glad to have those
wishing to purchanse goods in our line to give
us a call.
WM. ,fe JAS. LAWTHER.
Red Wing, Dec. 18 .1S61. n21v(J:tf
BROWN & BETCHER,
Nov.l8'«l:7w
E W I N
Hardware Store.
C. H. & E. L, BAKER,
(SUCCESSOR TO *. 3. COOPM,)
Wholesale and Retail
BUILDERS' HARDWAR E
LEAD PIPE,
BELLOWS,
VICES,
ANVILS,
DRILLS.
CHAINS,
NAILS,
PUMPS,
SCALES,
FILES
AXE S
etc.
I O N
PKRT*, SLH.O, 9WKD1SH, EXCLHH AKD
JXSBICAir EEPIWED.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
etc., Ac.,
All kinos of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper
work manufhetared to order byesperienced
workmen.
5
atoa
a4«.tf.
CLOVER, MILLET, and
Ci C, O N S O N Agent,
S A S O O A N I N A N A
O
AT THE BLUFF MILLS,
E WING Minnesota
The siibsetiber lias lately fitted up the upper
story of Grain's, Daniels & Co's Mill with the
best kind of Machinery, for the Vanut'actory of
Sash, Door, Blinds, Window-Frames. Door
Frames, Mouldings, Dress FloormgauJ Siding,
which he can furnish to the public at reasona
ble rates.
A good assortment always on hand.
0LIVE 3 SPKAlvE.
n78a v6-nfi:lv
THE CELEBRATED
Manufactured and for sale by
ASIITON, COGEL & BETCHER,
Near the Kelly House,
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
U"3 ,-nl5vB:]y
A S I I I
F. IIARTMAN,
Bush Street, near Bennett's Livtry Stable
W in Jlinnesota
INARMING
machinery and plows repaired,
Horses and Oxen shod, and all manner of
lilaclismithing neatly done.
nM ,v5ul6:«m
I85*K E W I N 1850.
8 JC A A N I N HI I JL, JL.
SASH, DOOH AN BLIND FACTORY
(One Blosh above Freeborn's Sa-v .Mill.)
E SHALL E PREPARED TO FUE
nisli at all times, anything in the above
line of buMiics^, aud shall keep on hand all
kinds of planed and match, Lumber, Mould
ings, etc.
Ore ers promptly attended to, which may al
so be left with Brown & Uetcher.
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
work, CO5EL & BETCHER.
Red Wing, May Sth, I3G1.
n33a $••' n40:lyi
A. W. ESPING,
WATCH 91AKKit AND JKWELER,
MAIN ST. WEST OF BUSH ST.
RECEIVING,
STORING,
A N SHIPPING,
of all prodnce and to any business entrusted
to hiseare.
Throngh tickets for sale to all principal
citien and town*.
Mark a a
1 &
City Book Slow,
BED WING MINNESOTA.
11. JONES,
•u-. ..•- Dealer in
Ifctoiitff Stationery, a
WALL PAPMRi
Just reeei ved a large stock of choice Stationery
Also the New Series of SCHOOL BOOKS, pre
scribed by the State Board of Education.
,"'•. E E A N I O O S
Constantly on hand. ..
The old stock of Miscellaneous EoJfks wilt
be »old at a discount of twenty-five.to ,forty
per cent, from Publishers prices. Books or
dered at any time tq suit customers-. Papers
and Periodicals furnished to order. Subscsip-.
tions solicited. ',.,
At Rich'er'a Oil Stand car. Main and
Plum it ret ti.
J. 0, PArtKHtfRSTi
fciALEB
Drytioods,Gfoeftries
E A A E CLOTHING,
Bodts a Ml6t»s4 a is a Caps,
O E
a a xi
PTJKSU,ANT
WATCHES
Jewelry,
neatly repaired.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Beel- Wing Mi si uesota*
n93 is TO!!^ M^ill nUvC-ly
^toragf, Jforliiarbiitg
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
and General
Steamboat & Railroad Agont.
Wonld respectfnlly inform the public that
be lias lea»«d the stone warebon'O at tlic low
er levee, where he can be found at all times
and will* personally attend to-the.
Care It. C. H.
Red Wing, Minnesota.
n!7a n40:tf.
SUMMONS.
STATE OT MIXJCSSOTA,? ListrVt Conrt, First
County of Uoodhafc.f Judicial District.
Orton V. Ward. PiaiiUff,
against
Ed. W. Bryant, and Summon*.
Moses Bryant, Defendantrj
To "above named defendant*
INauthef
th name of the State of Msaneso
acbof you are hereby
sin*metied
and
requiredjeo stswer the complaint in tirfe
tion, which complaint is now on file in the
office of tae CTorS of said cour?, and tr serie a
copy of yoar answer to said complaint upon
the ffubscriber st Ms office ia Bwl Wing: in sssd
county, within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon your, exclusive of the day
ef such service and If you £01 to answer said
complaint within the thnr aforcssiil, the plsin
tifT in this action will take judgment against
you for the sum or two hundred and eight ami,
•SrlOu do*Jars, with interest thersoa fress aad
siter ihe 'Sth da
cent- per annum1,
ey of Jane, laae. at saveu par
has»Jee the euwteuftaseaetttoa.
Dated Bed Wing, Jaatmry 1». lawt^B**
JAJlKS U. FABXCK.
»2V.«:7w
dso.
At the old Weathcrby Stand,
NEXT DOOU TO POST OFFICE,
MAIN STREET,
n!2l
STATE OV MINNESOTA.!
County of Goodhue.
Red Wing, Minn
RED WING.
n1Z\6:lv
PROBATE NOTICE.
a i_„v„t«
8 S
UPON
^Probat Court.
In the matter of granting letters of adminis
tration with will annexed, upon the estate of
V7m. B. Be vans, deceased.
reading.and filing the petition on oath
of Silas B. Foot, ptaying thatletters of ad
ministration with will aiindxed, of the estate of
Wm. Bevans, deceased, late of said county,
be granted to him in pursuance of* the statute in
such case made and provided—
It is ordered that the 11th dayof Mrtr»h, A*
D.. 1862. be and the same is hereby assigned
for"the hearing of the said petition and nil
persons interested in said estate are reqiiredto
appear before the Probate Court at its office in
the city'of Re-1 Wing, in said county, at2 o'clock
P.M. of that day, and show cause*, if any there
be, why the prayer of said petitioner should
hot be granted."
And it is further ordered that said petitioner
give notice of the time and' place ot hearing
said petition, by causing a copy of this order to
be published in the GOOUHVE VOLENTEEB three
successive weeks prior to ssid day of hearing.
Dated Red Wing. Minn., FebVld. 18«2.
CLINTON G. REYNOLDS.
[Seal] Judge of Probate.
n!33 n29vft:4w
E O E HOTEL
The subscriber has leased and newly furn
ished, in the best stylo, the
EUROPE HOTEL,
and is now ready to accommodate the travel
ling public with all the conveyances of mod
ern to Is,
BOARDING by tho day or by the week at
reasonable BATES.
Good stabling for teams will bo furnished,
and every care and attention will be given to
hoth man and beasi.
Red VVing, July 3d, ISC!.
DAVID PUCKETT.
n.ri5a n49:tf
STATE OP MINNESOTA.) District Conrt
Goodhue Couritv., First Judicial District.
I*aa6 Spstuldihir,M6rtiragec.1
against
W.iclc Weliman, Mortgaffor, -K„H„„ „, o„i/,
Andrew Mlsencr, &unnel
N S a
Van Brunt. James Clark and'|
Sarah, his wife.
Decree January Term 1662—$310 43-400.
to a Decree mace in this case nt
the Regular January Term of this Court
lieli at the city of Red "Wing, within and fer
the County of Good hue, on the first "Tuesday
in January A. D..1S62, tho undersigned Sheriff
of said Goo. hue County will sell at public unc
tion to the highest cssh bidder at the office of the
Sheriff" of said Goodhue county in the city of
Bed Wing, in said eoutity, oh the 26th day of
March A 18i)2, at one o'clock 1\ M., the
following described premises situate in the
county of Goodhue and State of Minnesota be
ing the same premises described in tho nfvre
fcaid Decree, to-wit:
The South West quarter of Section number
twenty, (20.) in Township ono humlred and
nine. (109,) North of Range eighteen West with
all the appurtenances thereunto belonging.
Dated Feb. 11th, A. D. 1862.
MARTIN 8. CHANDLER,
Khei iff of Goodhue County, Minn*
CoLB & CASK, PlfTe Atty,
Faribault, Minn.
nl30. 2 9 7
MORTGAGE SALE.
DEFAULoT
bavin? been made in the condi-
tions a certain mortgage executed by
James Strange, Mortgagor, to James Lawther.
Mortgagee, dated- December twenty-sixth. A.
D. 1856. and recorded in the office o*f the Reg
inter of Deeds, in Goodhue County.Minnesota,
on the Mithday of December. A.'D 1S56, at
4 o'clock, r. u., in Book 'id of Mortfrnge Deeds,
pages 213 and 219, and also recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds in Dakata Coun
ty, on the 18th day of September, A D. 1861,
4 o'clock r. M.. in Book-'I" of Mortgages, rage
Upon which mortfraec there is claimed tO: be
due, and is due at the date of this notice the
sani of nine hnndied and one dollars and sixty
eenla ($901.60.)
And noi suit'or proceeding"at law or other
wise ving been instituted to recover the naid
debt by said mortgage secured nor an part
thereof. I
How, therefore, by virtue of the power Of
sale contained In S:»id mortgage, and duly re
corded therewith, aAd pursuant to the.SiLtute
in aach case made and provided, the said
mortgaged premises which are described in
a«id mortgage as follows, to wit: The Not fe
west quarter ©f Section number thirteen, fJHT|
in Township number one hundred and twalt'c
[1121,r*orth of Kanw number eighteen [18] West.
and the South wert, quarter of Section number
twenty-seven [a7,] in Township number one
hundred and twelve 112] North of Bsnge num
ber seventeen iff West, containing three hun
dred and twenty [33ft] acres according to the
Government survey thereof, situate- i» the
County of Goodhue. Minnesota, writ be so4d at
public auction to the highest Udder for cash,
st the front door the Couft Mouse, fa the
vity of Bed Wing, in said county, on the TStk
day March, A 0 1M4. at ten oVloeh
the forenoon of that fiav.
JAMES 1VAWTIIBB, Mortgagee
W W PHULPS. his Att'y. --.^
Dated Bed Wing, October SOth, vm.
a»l ntlvC/Tw"
TH2E,
SEALED
woposelsfoT bsiU'tag a 4rs-pruof
vault of brkk or stone, in tae Ceurt Boase
W a Good oaecounty jMlaaasula, will
be reeei ved by the Ceaaty Auditor ef
county until March 3d, l"'f irhsn tht pies
•sis will be opensd ay the Coawty Cwssiatn
aionersofssidcoucty for the sarueas e# 1st*
tinrthsjobtoUi lowest reapoasibie bidder.
Said Commissioner*, however, hereby reserve
to themselves the right
said bids
theyrmayViwtSl^^^^a
mi
Piase sud specific:
Auditor's office ir. sj.„
juej'mwp'
W «b
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aJtTw-.ww
IPt
mmamamam
PioneerfcDcmocnt
CTf'"
uTniM
ink rioMEi» AW* DXWOOBAT^ con.sider'nn.
that,in tho present crisis of affairs, the eaoss df
the Federal Administrotioa is the c^mof'the
country and ot good go ITDIIMnt, uillhcartily
rti«tain %W policy oriho PrbiidiBnt and W
Cabinet, in foil &ith th»t snch polity «riil B^
marked by the highest: wisdom well 4* a
purest patriotism. ,.
The Pioneer and Democrat has been designat-.
od by the Federal Admiuisti atfOn'tui ths -iV'-il
OFFICIAL J^APBR FOB MtifNESOT?Ai?wJ
in place of tho Saint PKUI Press artdthe W
Ldw« of Gongtea8v Treaties wWi'Fbr^
eifri P6\rietBy dndFdbUc NoU'6^!'l
dhft Advertisements,.
will hereafter be publbhed officially, in tfifahd
editions of this'paper. This will add jr*atly
to the Value of the paper, and be a rtfetii^ m-?
dacement for the p*eeple of the Stirti to s«W
?trib'c to its issues ,.•.••."--.• \J-^tt:
IJhlh X. PIOKEEKA DEMOCRAT
One copy, one.yearVbyimail, $6.0j
O.ne-copy, six months-., "_ %4ftic&&
One copy, three.mbhths, 1-56
rostmasWrs arid 6'thcrs who get up clnbs.nian4
e(d to one" address will be «njpliel at torKt'
ecnts pcf inorithfor each subscriber, or one dol
lar and twenty cents per quarter. .„. .,
These are cstabtfshbd 'rates, from' which'' no*
deviation is made, for large or small clubs.
piqlraaa, ,.ps^o6n^
Mailed on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays
One copy, ene year by mail, ftCffc
Ope copy, fix. months '2.W
One cony, three months 1.00
Postmasters'and others who (ret up'clubs
of any nnm'bcr, mailed to one address* wUl ibjl
supplied at Twentj-five cents per.month,, of
ScVenty-fiiie ceri'ts per qu .rtc¥: Ff6"m tfiestf
rates no deviation will-be made." ti 1J&&&3
WEEKLY
A MAMMOTH SHEET, (S PAGES
Forty fight Columns cf Eealing Ifattir..
One copy, one year.
One copy,'six months••••
$ 2.00
1.00
IN CLUBS TO ONE ADOBES*.
Three copier, fcne year,
Five ........
Six
r.f:
I*'
SSvcn .,•*'
Eight
Ten
Twent-one
Three copies, one
Five
S:x- '•'^i/- tr
Seven
Eight
Ten
(i
Now, therefore,' notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale in siid mort
gage contained, and pursuant to the Statute Fn
stjch case made and provided, said1 mortgage
will be foreclosed'and said mortgaged prenusee
will be sold by the Sherift ot said Goodpue
county, at the front door of, the Court Bouse
in RedWing,ihsr.idCounty, on tho20th day of
Febrnaiy. A'. D. ISrfi, at two o'clock rVwT,
to satisfy and pay the amount that shall- then
be due on said note and mortgage„.together
with the costs of sale. O'. WARD,
J. II. PASSE**, Mortgagee/
Att'y for Mortgagee*
Dated Rod Wing, Janu'aTV fitlf, 1852,
««?2 ri24v6:7w"
1
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I
1
'If
1
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1
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4.0(J,
&.00
7.00
»20^qov
....
tN CLUBS TO" ONE POST O FFICE,"
With tho subscribers'names printed one each'
paper, •. -.^ i#*fet* tjtl
year-
9 4.81
7.00-
ItM
9.40:9.
10.(»
i'2.00
Additions may he made tocln'l*s. pfovidin? for
the paper« added to expir« when tlio club dots.
Additions made during the first three months
of the clUb to pay tho full "club rate '.'those
madeiprcvious to the secdnllqii'STtcr expiring
to payouc fourih, less, olul those after .tho ext
piration of th« first six months, one'-Jiaih ,,
MORTGAGE SAtE
DEFAULm
has been made in the conditions
of a ortarane bearinsf dale Scptombiar
llth, 1857, executed by E. Dennison to Orton
P. Wsird, and dnly recorded in the ofJjcc of
the Rcgisteri of Deeds--rh aiid^for Gooalfne
County the 11th day of September. T86»
in Book 3 of Mortgngo Deeds 011 pntfes a»f
and 377 which mortgage is upon the following
described lands in the County or Goodhue.' to
wit: The jiuvdiykled one-balf of tlie North
east quarter of Section No. nine 9 )in Townr
ship No. rs hrrndred arid i-ine (1'Ofi) No'r'tn of
Range No., sixteen (161 West. Said half of
said premises containinj? eighty acres of laud,
be..the same moro or. less, according to^th'a
Government KOTVCV of fcaid"ohiurtei- bectton.'
Said mortgaee. was given to secure the phy-ment
of the promissory uotc of the said itennisoh
to the s:iid Qrvou P. Ward, bearing even -*late
with said niort^ragb for:'this sum «if wiftM*
payable seven and months alter date, with
interc.t after matarity at the rats of five per
cent, per month until paid. And. whereas,
said notoiiB-due-and-Wholly unpaid1, aftd1 there
is due thereon at the date of this notice the
sum of $434.99 aqd no Suit or proceeding at
law or otherwise having been instituted to re
cover* the same or any part thereof.
1
•JB
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MORTGAGE SALB,-
»TT7I1EREAS. defiitilt has been made in the'
paymentof the sum of Four hundred
ttn£
«yyeatf-?Vr 2r»- oD dollars* (i*3ri.ar)
which is claimed to He at date,
notice upon msortgacodue
bearinthb.
date theeighsthiro
tecnth day of March", A. J). 1857, made
WiriiShT'Colvilre itmibr, to WiU'iiim1 Ashler
Jones, and recorded among the records'of twi'
County of, Goodhue atid State of Minnesota, in
"e^Begistcr's office of said .Connty, on the Mid
18th day of March,l«J7, at'c'o'clockin tlie^after
noon of that dav.in Book
4,
2 (two) of Mortgage
Deeds, pages 292 and 293, and covering/nod
conveying the East hair of the 8outh-oii»t a'uar
ter of Section arid the West half iff
the South-west quarter of Section nine ftt) in'
Township No. ono hundred and tweJte (^1»V
JvPHLMA Bange No. seventeen (17VWest of
the rfth principal merMian, in Good hue Conn
said land, a suit or proceedings dirisw
have beet instituted to recover the said sum
brt474.25or any part thereof. And, whrrsaa,
the said mortgage wss^ duly and properly ss
which assignment was duly reoorti**! in'
*,gi*te£*^15oe °i ^«?Klba6 iswnty Afoiasaitf
on the 26th day of December, 1861, in Booki
W,aU3^
of Miscellsmous Recerds, oh page
o'clock r,mi
Now,therefore, inconsiderstion of thepranivrsni
ises, andjn aeeordanee with the statute ia such
casemadeand provided,an"dby'vs7^« "of^rS
power of sale in ssid mortgsge eontsiood,tha
*V*i*» be sold tnVfr
de«r of the Court House fn* the city
Wing, in Goodhue scantr snwessid, st
vendae the highest biJdcr, for cssh. 09 the
*&*jMy of Kebraary. A 1862,
e'eleemithestternooo of that day, tor^y*iiald
sum of f474.21* and interest tbtreon to tiw
of ssle, and silproper eoste and cliargts there
on. MWAMX. B:
Bated Itth December, JWL
KCHABW"
AaV%nV.
SVUMOftS.
Conaty of GooJbue.
To ftssU/oftison vm7«»J
I* 2lZT* Jfo*
sr# hcfebj pnmrflord tebm adrssaisi In
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