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Ifc anthoriz© the County Commission
er! of Nicollet county to issue bonds
for certain purposes.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1. The Commissioners of the
county of Nicollet, for the purpose of
funding the present indebtedness of
the county, are hereby authorized to
issue the bonds of said county, bearing
interest at the rate of seven per cent.
per annum, the principal to be payable
in not less than five years, and the in
terest at 6uch times as the said Com
missioners may order to be specified
in the bonds.
See. 2. Said County Commissioners
are also authorized to issue bondsybear
iug seven per ct nt. interest per annum
payable as above provided for, to de
fray the current expenses ot the coun
ty, or to pay the interest on the bonds
that may be issued in accordance with
section one of this act but not more
than five thousand dollars of such
bonds, issued in accordance with the
provisions of this section, shall be out
standing at any one time, nor shall any
bonds be issued except upon proper
vouchers and to pay the actual indebt
edness of the county or to raise niouey
for that purpose.
Sec. 3. This act shall take effect
from and after its passage.
Approved February 3, 1862.
Approved February 3, 1862.
The authorize the collection of
tion of the county tax in
county in gold and silver.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section r. That the Commissioners
of Anoka couniy are hereby authorized
to order the collection of a portion of
the county tax of said couniy, not to
exceed two mills on the dollar of val
uation, in gold and silver, for the pur
pose of paying the interest on the coun
Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect
and bo in force from and after its
Approved Feb. 3, 1862.
To amend Section eighty of Chapter
seventy-one of the Revised Statutes,
relating to writs ot execution.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1. That section eighty (80.)
of chapter seventy-one (71) of the Re
vised Statutes, appearing on page five
hundred and sixty-seven (567) of the
Public Statutes, be and the same is
amended so as to read as follows
Section LXXX. The party in whose
favor judgment is given may at any
time within five years after the entry
thereof, proceed to enforce the same
as provided by statute but when no
execution shall have been issued and
levied, or returned no property found,
within five years from th» time of the
entry of judgment, the lien of the judg
ment shall he determined, and theand
property of the judgment debtor dis
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect
and be in torce nine months from and
after its passage.
A N AC
Appropriating money for certain pur
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1. That the sum of one hun
dred dollars be, and the same is hereby
appropriated out of any money in the
Treasury uot otherwise appropriated,
to pay the expenses incurred in inaug
urating the State officers, the same to
be paid on the order of the Joint Spe
cial! Commilte of the two Houses upon
the Inauguration Ceremonies.
Sec. 2. This Act shall t.ike effect
and be in force from and after its pas
Approved Jan. 25, 1862.
To the President of the United States:
The memorial of the Legislature of
the State of Minnesota respectfully rep
That the regions lying upon the up
per waters of the Mississippi River,
and its upper tributaries in the State
of Minnesota, embrace large bodies'of
land covered with pine, which are
chiefly valuable for the timber which
That the. pine lands within the State
which have heretofore been surveyed
and offered for sate, have chiefly been
purchased or located.
That the nnsurveyed pine lands of
the State are subject to constant and
extensive depredations by lawiess per
sons, who take from them the most
valuable timber, thereby depriving the
the most valuable qual-!
lty Of the lands, cansing a large ex*
Tour metnoralwts therefore pray
that all the pine lands within the State
eet Minnesota may be surveyed as
iffsdtty as may be consistent with the
nature of the servioe,. and that they
may oe immediateljf oat red lor sale
amd privau entry.
Approved Jan.JI, l«tl
default has been made in the
conditions of a certain' mortgage deed,
bearing date and duly executed and delivered
on tho first day of April. A. 1859. by Amihcl
D. Roberta, and EHaca E. Roberts his wile.-to
Cafvin Frizzell, late of Goodhue Gonnty, Min
nesota, now deceased which mortgage was
recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds
of Goodhue Count)\ Minnesota, on the six*
teenth (10th) day of April, A. TJ. 1859, at 10J^
o'clock A. si., ju BOOK SIX (G) of Mortgage
Deeds OH pages 82 and 88, and conveys from
said Asnhel and J.iiza E."Roberts t» said
Calvin Frizze'll (now deceased') in fea, the fol
lowing discribod premises, sitnate and being
in said Goodhue County, Minnesota, to wit
The West half of the North-west quarter of
Section fifteen (15) in Township No. one hun
survey thereof. Said mortgage was made to
secure the pnyment of the promissory note of
the said Asuhel Roberts lor the sum of four
hundred dollars, da'tedfApril first, A. 1859,
and payable two years fitter date, to the order
of said Calvin Frizzell with interest at the rate
of six percent, per annum.
No suit or proceedings at law or otherwise
having been instituted to recover the amount
of said promissory note, or any part thereof,
and there beingduc thereon at the date of this
notice, the sum of four hundred and sixty-four
dollars and twelve cents ($404.12).
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale in said mort
gage contained, and in pursuance of the Statute
in sn*h case made and provided, said mort
gaged premises will be sold at public auction to
the highest, bidder, for cash, by the Sheriff of
said Cou/.ty, at the front door of the Court
House in the city of Wing, in said Good
hue County, on the sixteenth (16th) day of
January, A. D.lSfi-2, at two (2) o'clock in the
afternoon, to satisfy the amount of st.id mort
gage debt with costs and expenses of sale.
Dated Red Wing. Minn., Dec. 4th, A. 1S61.
Administrator to the estate ef
Calvin Frizzell, deceased.
P. SANDFOKD, Att'y for Administrator.
Notice is hereby given that the above sale is
postponed rnti'i the 13th day of February, at
the same time of day, and place.
Dated January 15th, 1S62.
Administrator to the Estate of
Calvin Frizzell, deceased
P. SANDFORD. Alty. for Administrator.
having been made in the condi-
tions a certain mortgage, executed by
BcnjaminF. Hoyt and Elisabeth Hoyt.hU wife,
Mortgagors, to Chauncej B. Dinnick, Mortga
gee, dated June 7th. A. D. 1859, and recorded
in the office of the Register of Deeds of the
County of Goodhue, Minnesota, on the lathdav
of June, A. D. ]&59,in Book page 201, upon
which mortgage there is claimed ta be due, and
isdue at the date of this notice the sum of one
thousand three hundred and thirty-eight dol
lars and twenty-nine cents ($1,338.29).
And no proceedings at law or othcrwh hav
ing been instituted to recover the said debt by
said mortgage secured, or any part thereof.
And whereas, the lands and premises in said
mortgage, and thereby conveyed, is described
as follows, to wit Lots one (1). two f2), and
eight (8) of Block fourteen (14), and Lot nine
9) of Block forty-s:x (46) in the town of Redness,
Wing and Lot seven (7) of Block nine (9) in
Freeborn's Addition to Red Wing, according to
the recorded plats of said town of Red Wing
and additions, in the office of the Register of
Deeds, of said Goodhue County and the East
half of the North-west quarter of the North
wes,t quarter of section twenty-five (25) Town
ship one hundred and thirteen (113) North of
Range fifteen (15) West, all of the above des
cribed lands and premises being in the County
of Goodhue Minnesota.
Now, therefore, by virfua of the power of
sale contained in said mortgage, and duly re
corded therewith and pursuant to the statute
in such case made and provided the said mort
gaged premises will be sold at public auction to
the highest bidder, in front of the Court House
in the citv of Ked Wing, in said Goodhue County
oil the 3rd day of April, A, D. !S)2, at ten
o'clock in the lorenoon of that dav, to satisfy
the amount aforesaid together with the costs
disbursement* of said sale and also the tur
ther sum of $98.68, which taid mortgagee has
paid for taxes on suid land.
Bated Red Wir.g, January 29th 1S2.
W. W. PiiEtrs, Att'y. Mortgagee.
TX7HEREAS default has been made in the
payment of the debt secured by a mort
gage dated May 21 -,
timtUr lands heretofore purchased W
tawment to those who are engaged in
the lumber business, and depriving
the State of the benefits of revenue
whioh would be derived from this class
•ff land* whenever they leeon1e the
||f*per^jL of private persons.
Tour memoraHsts believe that the
Ktotnts- »nke of the government of
ta«. Uukel States, of the State of Min
neeota, and of the community, would
be greatly and beneficiallv promoted
by the survey and sale of*all the pine
bearing lands within the State.
iy S S
?.»g dated Ma 21st A 18* executed and Clinttr 1 Moilo-nrr.-s W
acknowledged by Ly-andcr A. Felt, and Mar- OlOUgageS, JJeetlS
thaFclthi* wife, or the Conntv of Goodhue, h**011"8* A
and Territory (now State) of Minnesota, and' S
delivered to dared Patrick of the County of Wai-ront*
Rice said Territory, and dulv recorded in the
office Of flie Register of Deeds, for the afore- ©""poena*1
said county of Goodhue, on the 4th day of .Inne
A. D. 1S56, at
o'clock P. M.. in Book 1st of
Mortgages, on pagc^ 2ofi.2."7and 253.
And the amount claimed to he duo upon the
debt secured by said mortgage at the date of.
this notice is five hundred and fortv-four amL W a
72-10.' dollars, and no procccdinjrs'at law or Bill a
otherwise have been instituted for tho recovery' ... „i ,..„
Description of Mortgaged premises:
North-west quarter of Se.tion No. four (4* in' a Bill*
lowiislup No. one hundred and nine (10j) „,
North oi Range No. eighteen (13) Wost.con-I
ow. thercforo. notice is hereby e'tven that
by virtue of tUcpower of sale contafhed in said
mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and
pursuant to the statutes of this STaW in Hiidh
oases made and provided, the said moTt
gage will bo foreclosed by sale of the mortgaged
premises aforo*aid. at public auction, at the
office of the Sheriff of said Goodhuo County in
the city of Red Wing, in said connty, on* the
Srtth day of March, A. D. 1862, at -ne o'clock
P. M., to satisfy the amount duo on raid mort
gage, and tho coats wid disbursements of said
COLE.& CASK. Mortirairee
Att'ys for Mortgaeee,
Dated February 11th, A. It. 1862.
S E I S S A E N E E E
and by virtue of an Execution issned
out of and under tho seal of the District
Conrt for the Third Judicial District for Winona
County, and State of Minnesota,
'.hereof, on the 37th day.of JantiL
on a judgement rendered in said
20th day of February, A. 1861, wherein
ptnte in efforts to suppress such |ei-j hav levied
a tho v»l«- S S S S 8
fttmtlar lands heretofore purchased of hue Count^ and sute _. ...„.._
the government by private peiTOns:iTho®02th-w***«««JM'tero» the8o«th-east
MARTIN 8 CHANDLER.
Sherirt of Goodhaa Coaety. Mina.
NosiTox 4k Mimut,
Ats'ya for PlahstMC
PUBLISHED AT RED VVISO, GOODHUE COUN
TY, MINNESOTA, EVEBY .WEDNESDAY.
A E A ALLEN,
TxnifS FEB TEAR SlNOLE COPT, ••$1.50
is intended tote a
First Class Newspaper,
devoted to the interest of the citizens of. Good
hue County. Every issue will contain fall'
together with a large amount of
O A A N I S E A N E O S
N W S
Proceedings of the City Council, County Com
missioners, and of* the State Legislature will be
In each issue will he given a faithful report of
the condition of the
MARKETS OF RED WING,
and also of all the principal Markets in the coun
try. And this item alone is worth more, to
every farmer in the County than
TWICE THE PRICE OF A PAPER.
As an Advertising medium, the VOLUNTEER
CANNOT BE EXOELLED. 11 has a large and rapid
ly increasing circulation. Its circulation is, to
a groat extent, confined to the
where the people principally TRADE AT RKD
WING. Those wishing to advertise their busi
will do well to patronize
We are prepared to do any and all kinds of
Plain and Fancy
We have a and Splendcd Assortment of
All Job Work done at this Office will be done
promptly, tnd is Warranted to give entire sat
isfaction. have constat tlv on hand, or will
print to order, all kinds of Legal Blanks,
'Mortgages, with or without Waiver,
id Co'nrt on the
Wil»*»n Bel! ware defendants.
£vor and against said da
upon the"following des
ith tho appartenaitce«
We will print to order on the shorts
est notice and at the loufesl prices,
Bills of Lading,
ing el«e that was ever done in
a Printing Office.
ORDEIU TOOK THE COVNTUT PBOMPTLT FILL
EAGLE GRIST &
On Spring Creek, two and a half miles from
Bed Wing. fi
Thia snperiorf water) Flour and Grist Mill
ftow prepared with all modern improvements
for doing the best of work. And all work done
to irive entire satisfaction.
„J'5*,!«nder tlie managomsnt ofEXPERTEN-
uary, A. D. 1S62
E S millers, who
West half of
Township one hundred and ten (lt» North of
Range s« enteen 1») west.
Now. th«r»i«r«, uotk* is herebr given that I
•hall, on the 2Tth day of March. A I?«i, at
10 oVlock the forenoon *t the front door of
the t'ourt H.«u«, in the city of Bed Wing in
•aid Goodhue Couiry. offer for sale at pnblic
auction. *ad ball sell for cash to the hi#he*c
bidder, muder said execution, all the right,' title
and' intisreat which the ab»v« Engone
IL Wihaa and* dtedww Boll, or either of
them, bad on the 20th da* of February. A
1*61, and ha* at any timVnnco- had.ii and t»
tb« lands and aremuca ao levied nroa a»«fo
»a»d. cr so much thereof as shall b*
to satbty said execution, totether with legal
iBtarest aad co»U.
Flonr, Corn-Meal, Bran, Shorts of the best
quality acd fresh ground, always on hand at
tho Warehouse of
.. E S & A N
Red Wing, for sale cheaper than can he bought
at any Millinery. Dry Goods ar«d Grocery store
In the city. We must supply the market.
PHELPS & GRAHAM,
September 1st 1561.
E S I N O E S A
Saiil ami iUncss Maker
(Nasi doer to the Bed Wlttf House.}
**"««»i Ecu Wn«.
Will OQ kaad rery heat
ererything ID the Itamew Um^meemxrj to rig
a Ail kind oi work made
•mMt *,Pertor xMManr
T. L. ADAJ11, Forma*.
OPPOSITION TO HARD TIMES!!!
PICTURES A PANIC PRICES! 1!!
RICH is bound to make hard times easy by
talUnapictiireS at prices never- boforo thought
of In this place.
RICH is determined to bring the pi ice of
pictures within th% reach of all.
RICH will pu$ ^picture in cases for fifty
RICH proposes making an astonishing (educ
tions in all the high priced pictures.
RICH proposes to take handsome pictures
of. ail, whether goodlookitig, homely, or indif
RICH warrants every picture to give entire
satisfuation, or no charge.
RICH would advise those wishing pictures
not todelay, asdeluysaro dangerous in these
times of secession and coercion.
RICII respectfully invitesall to call and ex
amine his work, whether wishing pictures or
52^-Rooms corner Main and Plumb Streets,
np 8tairs j£l RodWing, Minnesota.
A I A N S
O AL I N S
FAIRBANKS & GREENLEAF,
35 a street, a
Sold in Red Wing by C. H. & E. L. BA KER
BUY OXLY THE GENUINE.
E N E A S O
OIL COLOR PORTRAITS.
The subscriber has just issued Portraits'of
General «COTT and Major ANDERSON, print
ed in twelve oil colors,'by the same process as
the celebrated picture of Miount Vernon.
Price for both Portraits, post-paid,*!.
Agents wanted in everv county.
J. II. BYRAM,
112 South THIRD STREET, Philadelphia.
O CONSIIil I E S
subscriber will cheerfully send (free of
charge) to all who dosirc it, the copy of a
SIMPLE RECIPE by which he was cured of that
HIRE disease Consumption.
Sufferers with CONSCMPTIPN', ASTIILTA, BRON
CHITIS, or any lung affection, he sincerely hopes
will tiy this Recipe, well satisfied if tliey do
'.hey will be more than satisfied with the re
sult. Thankful for his own complete restora
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every s-utfer-er the means of cura. Those wish
ing the recipe with full directions, $:e., will
please call on or uldrcss
*KV. WM. S. ALLEN,
No b( John Street, New .York.
E. P. LOWATER,'
\Tholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOKS AND STATIONARY,
Fancy Goods &c, &c.
Near the Corner of Main
Bed Wiug Minnesota.
and Bush streets,
W a jlliils. Proprietor,
is now niitnufactnrin! and repairing plows to
order. He lias in his
Plow Manufacturing Establishment,
at EAST KKD WtUfi^ the most experienced and
skillful workmen that can i»e found in the
country, and ho will warrant all work done bv
him to £rive satisfaction.
Ked Wing, July 21th, 1361.
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S A OF I N N E S O A .)
Connty of Goodhue.
Ada A. Shaddcuk Ppff,!
aajainst Summons—JOT Beief.
Hon on Shaddettk, Deft.)
To iiorton Sbaddenk: In the name of the
Ute of Minnesota, you are hereby summoned
apa required to aoswer the complaint in this
»n the offilee of the CJeTk
of tbc District Conn for said Goodtue County
MiDnew^a, at Red Wtog i» aaid Cnnty, ao4 to
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oyer a mile incurred by La Crosse aid
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Far ns as by any other Route
Through tickets to all po nts east for sale
at all important places on the river.
W JEKVIS E. P. BACON,
Superintendent. General Ticket Agent
II. C. O A N
Agent, Red Wing.
S S a
For sale lv
VAXDERVOUT.DICKERSON & Co.
Tin Plate Warehouse,
No. 43 Wabash Avenue Chi
Weigh out of level.
All friction received on
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A I A A I N E
comp'sfcitt ...^ .. .-. .. _.. „.,.».„..»,
•aid. tbe plaintiff ii» this actios will apply toi' »oteTmixed en the aide* and a white belly,
the Cowt tor the relief d*weeded in the torn The owner e*n her* the acme by paying char-
Sti^h as Reapers and Mowers
tanning Mills. Plows, fcc, kv.
Ked Wing, Minnesota. 242
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