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0f the State of Minnesota.
•.. &\M MEMORIAL
Upon the National defence of the
Northern Minnesota frontier.
To the Congress of the United States:
The Legislature of Minnesota would
respectfully ask the co-operation of
JJbe National Government in measures
of military necessity, upon the frontier
between Minnesota and the English
settlements at Selkirk, in Ceutral
It is well known that North of lati
tudi forw-nine "degree (40 deg and
West of latitude ninety-four degrees
(94 deg.) there extends to the Uocky
Mountains a district which may be
jH*operly styled Central British Amer
This region, at least to latitude fifty
four degrees (54 deg.)—five degrees of
littitude in width and eleven degrees
of longitude in length—is connected
with Minnesota by internal river and
lake navigation, and is capable of sus
taining as dense a population as- the
States of Michigan, Wisconsin and
The climate and soil invite a similar
agriculture. Selkirk Settlement, with
a population of ten thousand souls, im
mediately joins Minnesota, and is the
key to the future occupation and de-otherwise
velopment of the fertile valleys and
navigable streams which converge to
Lake Winnipeg. One of these streams,
the Red River of the North, is navi
gable for four hundred miles by its
course within the United States form
'ing the North-west boundary of Min
It was a favorite policy of the Der
by Ministry, and especially of Sir Ed
ward BulwVr Lytton, Colonial Secre
tary, to organize a Crown Colony of
Central British America, with the seat
of government at Selkirk.
A draft of a bill for that purpose
has not been pressed during the Pal-sale.
ineraton Administration, greatly to the
dissatisfaction of the people most in
Meanwhile the revenue and postal
system of the United States has been
extended to Pembina, and beyond,
aud, with the aid of steamboat navi
gation, (transferred to the Red River
from the adjacent sources of the Mis
sissippi, by the enterprise of the citi
zens of Minnesota) has rapidly re
moved former prejudices to commer
cial and even political association with
the United States. It is not too much
to say, that if England shall not im-fendants,
mediately take measures in behalf of
the Red River and Saskatchewan dis
districts, by a political organization,
and effective measures of colonization,
that the Americanization of a grain
region as large as six States of the size
ot Ohio, cannot lon£ be postponed.
Hitherto the people of Minnesota have
desired no other relations with their
Northern neighbors than the concord
of international treaties.
They still seek no other, satisfied
with the political frontier entrusted to
their keeping, although claiming to be
•central to a vast division of physical
.geography. With these preliminary
observations, purposely omitting many
considerations which late events would
suggest, but upon which it may be in
expedient to enlarge, your memorial
ists proceed to an enumeration of a
few topics, which seem, at this time,
essential to the relation of Minnesota
to an important, although hitherto iso
lated, portion of British dominion on
First. W urge the immediate con
struction and occupation of a Fort of
tlio United Stales near Pembina on
the international frontier.
The merit of this suggestion is en
forced by an appropriation of fifty
thousand (50,000) dollars at a late ses
won of Congress, although the expen
diture for that purpose has been tem
porarily postponed by our present
national difficulties. Such a fortress
would powerfully contribute to the
suppression of the hereditary feud be
tween the Chippewas and Dakolahs.
The Red River of the North is the
boundary, not inaptly called the Redand
Rivet, which separates these implaca
Second. The extension of settle
ments to Otter Tail Lake, to George
town, on the Red River, and other
points, renders it highly expedient to
olose a treaty with the Red Lake bands
of Chippewas, removing all imped i
nients to the transit of mails, merchan
dise, and emigrants, on the routes be
tween the settlements of the Upper
Mississippi river and Lake Superior,
the American community at Pembina,
and the English Settlements at the
month of the tied River of the North.
On this subject, the Legislature
heartily accords with the recommend
ation of the Hon. Clark W. Thomp
son, Superintendent of Indian Affairs
for Minnesota, and of the Governor of
Minnesota, in his annual message of
January ninth, ono thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two.
Third. Besides the advantages of
the present mail service in the valley
of tied River to citizens of Minnesota,
there is abundant evidence that the in
telligent community of Selkirk, and
the occupants of trading posts through
the interior, estimate very highly the
benefit* thus conferred by the govern
rmngementu, their communication!} areP?,n£
Fourth. If circumstances shall give
lot military preparations
Your memorialists, for further con
siderations and statistics enforcing the
leave to refer to their
HEREAS delimit has been made in the
payment of the debt secured by a mort
gage dated May 21st, A. 185tf. executed and
acknowledged by Lysandcr A. Felt, and Mar
tha Felt his wife, ot the County of Good line,
and Territory (now State) of Minnesota, and
delivered to Jared Patrick of the Comity of
Kice in said Territory, and duly recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds, for the afore
said county of Goodhue, on the 4th day of June.
A. 1S56, at J% o'clock P. M.. in Book 1st of
Mortgages, on pages 25(5,257 and 25S.
And the amount claimed to be due upon the
debt secured by said mortgage at the date of
this notice is five hundred and forty-four and
72-IO.» dollars, and no proceedings' at Jaw or
have been instituted for the recovery
Description of Mortgaged premises: The
North-west quarter of Section No. four (4) in
Township No. one hundred and nine (100)
North ol Range No. eighteen (IS) West, con
taining one hundred and fifty-nine and 59-1 0
acres, according to the United States Govern
ment survey thereof situated in the County of
Goodhue and State of Minnesota.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale containe A in said
mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and
pursuant to the statutes of this State in such
cases made and provided, the said mort
gage will be foreclosed b): sale of the mortgaged
premises aforesaid, at public auction, at the
officeof the Sheriff of said Goodhue County, in
the city of Bed Wing, in said county, on the
2i»th day of March, A. D. 1S02, at :-ne o'clock
F. M., to satisfy the amount due on said mort
gage, and the costs and disbursements of said
And no proceedings at law or otherwise hav
ing been instituted to recover the said debt by
said mortgage secured, or any part thereof.
M. vtr t» !sa««i estate are required to aoreur before tli«
ment at Wwhtngton. By present atv Rebate Court at It* ottice in
And whereas, the lands and premises in said
mortgage, and thereby conveyed, is described
am follows, to wit Lots one two (2), and
eight (S) of Block fonrteeji (14), and Lot nine
(9) of Block forty-s-x (46) In the town ot RedPosters,
Wing and Lot seven (7) of Block nine (9)i
Freeborn's Addition to Red Wing, according to
the recorded pTats of said town of Red Win"
additions, in tho office of the Register of
Deeds, of said Goodhue County and the East
half of the North-,west quarter of the North
west quarter of section twenty-five (25) Town
ship one hundred and thirteen U1.3) North of
Range fifteen (15) West, all of the above des
cribed lands, and premises being in the County
of Goodhue Minnesota.
And whereas tho said Channcey Dimick
has paid the taxes dno and assessed en the
above doscribod land to the amount of ninety
eight and 68-100 dollars prior to this date.
Now, therefore, by virtua of the power of
sale contained in said mortgage, and duly re
corded therewith and pursuant to the statute
in snob case made and provided the said mort*
gaged premises will be sold at public auction tbr
the highest bidder, in front of the Court House
in the city of Rod Wmg. in said Goodhno County
on the 3rd day of April, A. !862, at ten
firmlv established twice each month— i?**d*^' *nd *bow
nriniy esi«»tisuia twice eacnmontu— ,th^ «0»i account of said administrator ahoold
if these were made weekty, the favora- not be. allowed. ••f1
Th Congres can antieinatt
W •, .lt.,1.*!.' I I I I I JIII...
supplies to our outposts from St. Louis, O O O
would not certainly be persisted in.
It is respectfully suggested that this
State has now ataitned a position, by
agriculture, manufactures and com
merce, which justifies a change of ex
isting regulations in this respect. W
therefore urge that the supplies for
military and Indian use shall hence
forth be purchased, as fast as possible,
in Minnesota markets.
Approved Jan. 3l, 1862
COLE fe CASE, Mortgagee.
Att'ys for Mortgagee,
Dated February 11th, A. 1862.
SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER EXECfJ
NDER and by virtue of an Execution issued
out of and under the seal of the District
Court for the Third Judicial District for Winona
County and State of Minnesota, by the Clerk
thereof, on the 27th day of January, A. D. 1SG2
on a judgement rendered in said Court on the
20th day of February, A. lSGl, wherein
Sarah Hanway was plaintiff', and Eugene M.
Wilson and Andrew J. Bell were defendants,
in favor of said plaintiff, and against said de-
I have levied upon the following des-
cribed Real Estate, with the appurtenance*
thereunto belonging, lying and being in Good
hno County and State of Minnesota, to wit:
The South-west quarter ot the So- th-east quar
ter of Section two (2), and the West half of
the North-cast quarter of Siction eleven (11)
Township ono hundred and ten (110) North of
Range seventeen (17) west.
Now, therefore, notice is herebv given that I
shall, on the 27thday of March, A. D. 1662, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon it the front door of
the (r'ourt House, in the city of Bed Wing in
said Goodhue County, offer for sale at public
auction, and shall sell for cash to the highest
bidder, under said execution, all the right, title
and interest which the above named Eugene
M. VVils-m and Andrew J. Bell, or either of
them, had on the 20th day of Fehruary. A D.
1861, and has at any time since had in and to
the lands and premises so levied upon as afore
said, or so much thereof as shall be necessary
to satisfy said execution, together with legal
interest and costs.
Dated at Red Wing, Minn., February 12th,
MARTIN S. CHANDLER,
Sheriff of Goodhue County, Minn.
NORTON & MITCHELL,
Att'ys for Plaintiff".
DEFAULT hay'.ng been made in the conditions
of a certain mortgase deed, executed by
Benjamin F. Hoyt and Elizabeth noyt, hi« wife,
Mortgagors, to Chaunce} B. Dimick, 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 loth dav
of June, A. 1S59, in Book "6" page 201, upon
which mortgage there is claimed to be due, and
is due at the date of this notice the sum of one
thousand three hundred and thirty-eight dol
lars and twenty-nine cents (*1,S3S.29).
o'clock in the forenoon'of that' day,' to'Vatisfyft A \\*hV
the, amonnt aforesaid together with tho costs'
together with the costs
and iftsbnrsements of said sale and also the said
HiTthorsam of$98.68. wliieh said mortgagee
has paid for taxes on said land.
Dated Rod Wing, Janparv 39th. 1SB2
W. W. Pnxiss, Att'y. Mortgagee.
STATK or MrsxEsoTA,^
County of Goodhtre. In Probate Court.
In the matter of the accounting of Win.
Fryberger Adminstrator of the estate of Cal
vm Frizxell, deceased.
the application of Wm.
of the esUte
,, of Calvjn Friz
*elI, deceased. late of said county, it is order
ed that the »d day of April. A. 1862, ho. and
the same is hereby asshrned
araining and allowing the final account of said
the bearing of these facts, when we |th* orderxto be published in the Goodhue Vol
allude to the further circumstance that
neither Canada or England have sus
tained any effective or regular system
of mails to the inhabitants of Central
British Amerieav In view of this neg
lect by Borne Government, We respect
ftdryenggeat the enlargement of our ^pw«»iie»r«mRej Wmf.en the Mairtor
Bl & nS0v*.- ».
S S S
county, at to o'clock, a. x., of
there b«, why
farther orderemc that said admfnis-
a r»-.iuu a a aminm^£v said eausimr a conr of
iratea si suecesatva weeks prior to aafc ted
Dated"iLl Winn. Minn.. F*bV. Wth 1S*2.
GUSTOS G. SEYKOLDS,
Julga ol" Probate.
JL will* rtmA
Accommodation* fcr mas and beast feniish-
PUBLISHED AT RED WISG, GOODHUE COUN
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id intended to be a
First Class Newspaper,
devoted to the interest of the citizens of Good
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together with a large amount of
O A A N I S E A N E O S
N E W S
Proceedings of the City Council, County Com
missioners, and of the Slate Legislature will be
In each issue will be 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 PAl'ER.
As an Advertisirg medium, the VOLUNTEER
CANNOT BE EXCELLED. It has a large and rapid
ly increasing circulation. Its circulation is, to
a great extent, confined to the
where the people principally TRAOE AT RED
WING. Those wishing to advertise their busi
ness, will do well to patronize
We are prepared to do any and all kinds of
Plain and, Fancy
We have a large and Splcndod Assortment of
All Job Work /lone at this Office will be done
promptly, tnd is Warranted to give entire sat
isfaction. We have constat tlyonhand, or will
print to order, all kinds of Legal Blanks,
Mortgages, with or without Waiver,
Chattel Mortgages, Deeds,
We will print to order on the short*
est notice and at the lowest prices,
Bills of Lading,
Or anything else that was ever done in
a Printing Office.
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLV FILL-
EAGLE GRIST &
On Spring Creek, two and a half milea from
QUiiii superior (water) Flour and Grist Mill is
now prepared with all modern- improvements
for doing the best of work. And all work done
to give entire satisfaction.
It is under the management of EXPERIEN
CED, SKILLFUL, and HONEST mttlera, who
hover toll the gritt bat once.
O E O
Flour, Corn-Meal, Bran, Shorts of the best
qnality and fresh ground, always on hand at
the Warehouse of
E S A N N
the time for ex Wine, for sale cheaper than can be bouzht
Dry Good* ai»d Grocery store
in, the city. We moat supply the market.
September 1st 1S61.
S I N O E S A E
A If f*.
ft-4 Harness Maker
(Next door to the Bed Wing House.)
MainSntsKT, ^mo W
an* at the shortest nitice.
WiU keepconstanUy on hand the very best Minnesota, at Red Wing in saidTrun Ynd
T. L. ADAMB, Fownaan.
OPPOSITION TO HARD TIMES!!!
PICTURES A PANIC PRICES 11II
RICn is bound to make hard times easy by
taking pictures at prices never before thought
of in this place. $
RICH is determined to bring the pi ice ef
pictures within the reach of all.
RICH will put up pictures in cases for fifty
RICH proposes making an astonishing reduc
tions in all the high priced pictures.
RICH proposes to take handsome pictures
of, all, whether goodlooking, homely, or indif
RICH warrants every picture to give entire
satisfaetion, OT no charge.
RICH would advise those wishing pictures
not to delay, as delays are dangerous ih these
times ol* secession and coercion.
RICH respectfully invites all to call and ex
amine his work, whether wishing pictures or
J5f" Rooms corner Main and Plumb Streets,
np stairs.,jgg5 Rod Wing, Minnesota.
A I A N S
A E N
OP ALL K.IXDS.
FAIRBANKS & GREENLEAF,
35 Lake street* Chicago.
Sold in Red Wing by C. H. & B*L. BAKER
BUY ONLY THE GENUINE.
E N E A S O
OIL COLOR PORTE AITS.
The subscriber has just issued Portraits ef
General SCOTT and Major ANDERSON, print
ed in twelve oil colors/by the same process as
the celebrated picture of Mount Vernon.
Price for both Portraits, post-paid,SI.
Agents wanted in every county.
J. II. BYRAM,
112 South THIRD STREET, Philadelphia.
O O N S I E S
snbseriber will cheerfully Fend (free of
charge to all who desire it, the copy of a
SIMPLE RECIPE by which ho was cured of that
DIKE disease Consumption.
Sufferers with CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, BRON
oniTis, or any lung affection, he sincerely hopes
will tiy this Recipe, well satisfied if they do
they will be more than satisfied with the re
sult. Thankful for his own complete restora
tion, he Is anxious to plpce in the hands of
every sufferer the means ef cure. Those wish
ing the recipe with full directions, drc, will
please call on or address
REV. WM. S. ALLEN,
No lit] John Street, New York.
E. P. LOWATER,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOKS AND STATIONARY,
Fancy Goods &c, &c.
Near the Corner of Main and Bush streets,
Red Wing Minnesota.
W a ill ills. Proprietor,
is now manufacturing and repairing plows to
order. He has in his
at EAST KED WIHO, the most experienced and
skillful workmen that can be found in the
country, and he will warrant all work done by
him to give satisfaction.
Red Wing, July 2lth, 1S61.
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character, adapted to the wants of the Farmer.
Mechanic and Merchant: they arc pnbliahed
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stanihd manner, and are worthv a place in the
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-^*TomeB of enterprise ahd industrious
habits, this easiness oners an opportinity for
profitable employment seldom to be met with.
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terms, &c., by addressing
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STATE or MIXXE*OTA.»
County of Goodhue,
Ada A Shaddenk Pl"ff,l
State of Minnesota, you arc hereby summoned
against Summons—for S ii and the re
Ilorton Shaddeuk. DeftJ turn mail will bring a good gold j»n ladies'
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LA CROSSE fc MILWAUKEE R.R
The shortest, quickest, and only direct route
to Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, and all im
portant points in the East and South.
Tho Splendid passenger packets NORTHERN
BELLE, KEOKUK and OCEAN WAVE, will
ran this season between LaCrosse and St.Paul
forming an independent line for the speedy
transmission of passengers and freight.
This lino of boat* has been entirely rebuilt
and refitted during the past winter, and will
net run below LaCrosse.
They are not surpassed by the boats of any
other line, as regards speed, clvgance and
This i" the only one of the North Westera
Routes that has independent lines of boats
to move its business, thereby insuring to the
passenger the first choice ot State rooms.
All the Boats of tho Minnesota Packet Com
pany, will land at tho La Crosse Depot, to re
ceive and discharge Passengers and freight.
Two trains daily each way between LaCrosse
atd Milwaukee At Milwaukee, trains con
nect direct with the trains of the Milwaukee
and Chicago, and boats of the Detroit and
Milwaukee railroads, and at Minnesota Junc
tion with the trains of the Chicago and North
Lake Freights, either by Detroit and Mil
waukee, Milwaukee and Chicago, or Chicago
and North-Western railroads, arc transferred
to thiBToad free of charge for cartage.
Fare always as low as by any other Route.
Baggage checked to all important points.
No transfer charger at Milwaukee Chica
go to passengers holding through tickets.
Secure your Tickets via the Milwaukee,
La Crosse and St. Paul Railroad Line.
For Tickets or Freight Contracts, apply to
either of tho following .Agents
II. T. RUMSEY, MESEROLE & McLAREN
LaCrosse. Red Wing
EDWIN H. GOODRICH, Manager.
J. M.KIMBALL, Gen. Ticket Agent.
R. JENNINGS, Gen. Freight Agent
1861. FOR E E A S 1861.
Milwaukee and Prairie Du Chicii
A W A
Through to Milwaukee or Chicago without
change of cars.
MAKING AS early connections for the east as
any other route.
LOOK A THE DISTANCES.
From St. Paul to Chicago via Prairie du Chien
it is 400 miles,
Via La Crosse 462 miles.
Trains do not leave Pra. du Chien,
until the arrival of boats from St. Paul.
No Omnibus Charges on this Route.
BAGGAGE CHK'JKKD THROUGH
From Prairie du Ohien to New York, Bos
ton, Buffalo and all important points East.
SLEEPING CAR ON NIGHT
Trains, through to Chicago.
Get your tickets via. Prairie du Chien, and
avoid changing from boats to cars at
midnight and save tho omnibus ride of
over a mile incurred by La Crosse aid
Lake Shore Route.
Fare as. low as by any other Route.
Thiough tickets to all ponts east for sale
at all important places on the river.
WM. JE«VIS, E. P. BACON,
Superintendent. General Ticket Agent
II. C. HOFFMAN,
Agent, Red VViag.
Hows's Standar Scales.
VANDERVORT, DICKERSON & Co.
Tin Plate Warehouse,
No. 45 Wabash Avenue Chi
Wei'^h out of love]. No check
rods. All friction received on
AGENT FOR RED WIXO
A 8 C. O N S O N
DEALER IN THE MOST APPROVED.
Such a* Reapers and Mowers, Threshers
tanning Mills. Plows, fee., &c.
Ked W ing. Minnesota. 242
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For the prevention and cure of all diseases
the urinary and sexual organs, the kidneys,
stomach .nd lowels,aud preven:ion ofconcep
This Sipho, when nsed. presents and cures
Nervous Debility. Costiveness, Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint, Headache, Lecuchorrhoca or
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The Sipho enables all to prevent and cure
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a life-time, without getting out of order, and
never fails it is simple and can be used bv a
child. It acts magnetically and chemically,
absorbing and destroying all mor
bid secretions alid poisonou* matter in the sys
tem. It is pleasant to use, imparts strength
and life to the body, enlivens the spirits, im
parts cheerfulness to the mind, ahd give* a tone
and elasticity to all who use it, that will last
for years, it enables those whose health or
circumstances do not permit an increase of
family, regulate or limit their offspring, but
m*st not be u»ed during pregnancy, as it would
We tend with each Sipho important private
information, for the Married, and those con
templating Marriage, also.fu'l directions for its
TAILJfOT TO SECURE OKE.
Single onss, $5 a cheaper quality, $3.—
They are securely
Household in\he Land. packed, and forwarded to all parts ofthe coun
DR. J. RUSSELL,
BKOOKLTO, New York.
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I E I E S
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postage stampt The return mail will bring
the pen as good as new.
Send »1 and the return mail will bring a good
gold pen, two carats toe in silver extention
and required to answer the complaint in this Woek, Sytscose. K.
actum, which is filed in the offici of the Clerk S torn
the District Court for said Goodhue Coontr iio!ert«,'n**-*w* sending marked copy, shall re-
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**rt?!L. .« *BMLn, goaoad taking fcia awny^
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