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6FFICIAL PAPER OF TH E CITY.
HOME COLUMN.
KED WING, APRIL SV.SSS.
A N S A N S
WEIIAVE
JUST PRINTED AN HAVE
now on hand for sale, at this office, a
large lot ot BLANKS, including Warranty
pceds, Quit-Claim Deed*, Mortgage*, Chattel
Mortgages, besides a full assortment of Jus
tice's blanks*
N*w GOODS.—We notice"this week, that
b. Bergh Esq., fashionable tailor, whose
business card may be seen by refcring to our
Hint page, has just received a large addition
to hits slock. Remember him.
built in the city of Winona.
committee consisting of Messrs. Geo. Dick-
enson, F. Phillcu and S. S. Granniswas
appointed to solicit subscriptions to tin lots
in said cemetary.
FABMIMO.—Farmers in this County have the river. This seems to be the case
begun in earnest to put in their crops, not- I The bank formed at the mouth o.' the creek
withstanding the backwardness of the season is precept ibly larger that last, spring, and at
COUBT W learn from the
Winona Republican that Winona County
hah purchased a site, and hare contracted
for the erection of a Court house. It is to be
SCHOOL '.—For the benefit of those
who may nothave seen the new School Law
we have this week published the same in
full on our first pa°e, to the exclusion of
much interesting matter. It will be seen
that in many of its features the law is en
tirely different Jroin the old ono, and wilj
therefore require a careful perusal. W have
Ttotime or space here to point out its peculari- fury,
ties, but leave that to the reader.
S E E S he work of grading Plum
Street is progressing, Wh dont those who
intend to, commence on Bu«h Street? W
understand that enough has been subscribed
by privato individuals to finish it right up
It would not be a bad idea to fill in on Fourth
Street, between Bus and Plum Streets, so
AA to make it passable.
PERSONAL.—The Uev. Chauncey Tlobart,
Chaplain of the Third Minnesota Regiment
arrived home Saturday evening. W have
been informed that he resigned his commis-
sion on account of ill health. The people
all welcome back, and sincerely wish
long life and much happiness, may reward
his untiring exertions for the good of his
fellow men.
O FOR TIJK CARRIBOO GOJ.D I N E S
We understand that seuio two or three
of the citizens of Ucd Wing, and four or
fire of the county, are about to start for the
newly discovered gold mines ot Uritish Col
umbia. They intend, so we are informed,
to join a company from St. Paul, and go (im
ply provided with clothing, provision and
transportation. Wo wish thim well,, but
of May, and in pursuance of a time horored
custom, must be appropriately celebrated—
young, married and single, oef al1 the Sun-
day Schools are to
3
Jotaot fun.
thara don't forget to ask him to dinner, for
editors have a talent in that direction.—
But if he shouldn be there probably some.
body else just as needy will be.
fectly Masoned lumber, and excel!* in work-
tanship.
MARKETS.
good prices tho former 8 cents per dozen
SIDE-WALKS.—We are glad to sea that
the disposition to improve the City, by
building and repairing side-walks continues.
11 is useless to mention particular instances,
suffice it to say every one is doing something
to improve his premises, which is fast giving
our city an improved appearance.
JORDAN.— A petition has been presented to
the City Council, praying them to cause to
be built reservoirs to conduct the water that
comes d»wn the Todd valley, off at the east
end of Barn Bluff. Th petition represents
that in certain seasons of the year great
quantities of surface water comes down that
valley, empties into Jordan, causing that
stream to swell immoderately high that
the soil that is thereby washed down stream
creates a bank at its mouth, near the upper
levee, which is fast changing the current of
much, or nearly as much will be planted its present growth will soon throw the cur-
as last year, rent of the river entirely away from the
{lower l^vee. Every one can readily see that
fa Hr„e
a 2 s?lnd
CcitxtABV A a meeting of the best on the river will be entirely
the citizens of Red Wing, last Saturday |^"troyed. acting on the petition, and
oveningo the subject of the cemetary, a a steps to remedy the evil
S
can't help believing that Minnesota furnishes |ry state on Monday, and neither boat took
ample encouragement to any indu-trous man the proportion of trcops there stated. On the
who will settle and stay within her bord rs.. who'e, that item will do for a curiosity
A DAY.—To-morrow is the first day
SASH, DOORS A W received, not long
since, a letter from an individual in Freeborn
County, who has heretofore purchased a bill
of Sash and Doors of O. Sprake Esq., in
firm, wo will say that Mr. Sprake uses per.
At ten o'clock all the children, old and qualified as r«qulred by law. met and on
1 1 1 .u 13 motion the following Standing Committees
and tho Utter about a shilling per pound—
Wheat is almost out of tho market, so little
ts offered. Prices range from 54 to 58 cents.
It is difficult to foresee what tho grain
market will bo lor a jear to come. Prices
«ro now low in tho east. Thoforeignmar
kot well supplied nnd low. while overy gran
nery in tho wost is filled to its utmost ca
pacity, all ot which is soon to bo rushed
*T^LTL
.'*
Ifthe Editor of the Republican should be "of#T Hancock.
M. nersohler wnfc elected Marshal. P. Sand
ford, Attorney, and II B, Wilson. City Sur
veyor.
which he saya "Sprake* Sash bears the ing to grade Fourth Street from Hill to Bnsh
name of being the best ever brought into Street*.
this county." Without disparaging the
1
_« k„ .1 'ha official paper of the citr, and JamesH. Par
goods manufactured by any other person or
•k.» .,».._ii »i dollars forthree months, ten dollars. When
that it is hardly worth quoting. Eggs and j„
-So little produce is offered
into market. It certainly seems that for A M.. of said day, at thee
view of nil this, tho quotations (tne of a licence granted to moon the 21st daT
SSOW that wheat has *A,*n-*A i»««lr—l
a
ner Ottsnel.
2
Bonos FOCKO.—On ths
5 1
tHfe of
and other stuff washed down
by the river will be deposited there as al-
ways is the case where there is not much
current to carry it off, and soon our landing
a a
S
a result.
5
FKPEBATJ N O A ON S E I S
SISSIPPI.—One of thegrandest sights, as w*il]
as one of the most interesting events of the
season, was the appearance in our river, one
day last week, of a Federal gunboat of the
latest improvement. The river, swollen by
the melted snow on its upper tributaries, and
by the recent rain was expanded toitsutmosj
capacity. The wind was blowing a hurri-
a
lashing the elements into a perfect
Amid it all came the boat, boldly
breasting the storm, proudly dashing back
the waves as they struck against the prow,
and majesiicly pursuing her course down the
river. A crowd collected on the levee to
witness the strikingscene. W did not learn
her name, or the name of the Commander.
She had two port holes, but we did not learn
the character of her armament. I was in-
tensely interesting to watch her progress.—
On she came, and when immediately oppo-
site the Metropolitan she boldly rounded toof
and the crowd evidently supposed was about
to open her batteries on them, for they scat-
tered in dreadful confusion. Their fears
were groundless, for she passed harmlessly
by. What she was up here for we don't
know and we hope we have not violated
the army regulation in giving this account
of her.
EBATA.—Intending to mention the departure
of the VOURTU regiment last week, by incx
c-i.dnblo carclo.spno.»8 -we stntfil that it was tbe
FIFTH and having commenced the item with a
blunder,we blundered all the way through it.
For instance, we pnid that on Sunday the Hawk
Eye State took down five companies of the
resriment and one company of sharp shooters,
and on Monday the Sucker State took down the
remainder of the regiment whereas, the
8tate went down Sunday,an the Haw
in of the City Conncil.
appointed
et at the lecture room
W R|1
Of the M. E. Church, being careful in ail streets nnd Sidewalks.WillUton and Johnson
cases to bring along plenty of things good Ilealth. McLaren and WilMston Fire Depart
for the stomach. From thence they will ment. Johnson nnd McLaren Licenses. Mc
proceed to the Univorsity Bluff, where ar-JLwen and Johnson IVmting Johnson nnd
rangements will undoubtedly be made for "L«*n,fhor.
Arnit. 8th 18(52
The members elect of tbe City Board bavinjr
6
.L wthc and Wil1i*ton
The Conned then proceeded to the election of
City Treasurer, which resulted in the elec-
April 15th, 1SB2.
A petition was presented for the enlarge
ment of the Alley in Block 42. also for turning
the Mtrfaco water above Block 11 into the
slough back of the Bluff, which petitions were
referred to the appropriate committee.
Tho Council passed a resolution, detcrmin-
The Goodhue Volunteer was designated as
ker elected City Printer.
The rate of license tor the ensuing year was
fixed as follows
F»r a saloon or place where strong, vinous,
mixeri or spiritons liqnors are sold, twenty
Hve dollars per year for six months, fifteen
5
govd butter are scarce articles, and command liquor-', no greater license shall be required.
F'
O I
1
bodies of man nnd a boy were found in the *ogeau.
Lake nasr Raw (Tile ftkmt*. Also the west halt of the south east qnarter
i^ase near Day W Skates were on the of Section seven (7 in township oae hundred
bey's net tolling sad tale of the penalty twelve is north of Range fourteen (14)
nf Tentnrinc too soon a the ice. ,wm ananer oHhe south
s.
««J«t quarter of section eighteen (IS in towu
BU Paul Prttt we learn that the boy waai
a a
midentnf that plans, named Admns, ond^SrSndS £LZ* °f
-wS drowned last Decrmber while skatingj Dated Red Wing, Mian., March Ssth, A. D.
•pposits that citj. It is wonderful that Unl
-•"7 --wn»9 hare noted so fron the,
F-ns wherj it was drowned, dntanos off
hsnrlj sixty fles.
connection with other
or the sale of ale or beer, the rate shall be
for one year, ten dollars for six months, six
dollars for three months, four dollars.
For eaob Billiard table, five dollars.
For each Bowling Alley, Ten dollars.
April 21st, 1869.
Councilman Johnson presented a resolution
which was adopted, directing the Marshal to.
empound all hogs found running at large alter
thisda'e.
GUARDIAN SALE.
NOTICSrdis
a
E hereby given that on Saturday
the day or MAY, ISfiS, at ten o'oioek
l»«8»
aw»w*«a« woeat naa adranced in MUwaukoo A Mo«caa, minoM. I wilt sell at
a toe last week two or three cents on public auction to the highest bidder for cash.
the bushel, commanding tK. on.K OA.
fch*
Guardian of Ferris Mogoab
following described real esute. the proper-
my said wards, and situate in saidVoshtty
Goodhue, to wit: The north half of the
north east quarter of Section thirty 30) town
ship one hundred and ton (110 north of Range
sixteel (I*) »ost, the property of the said Fer-
one hundred and fifteen (115) north of
DIARIES,
iceived at
CHURC DIRECTORY I
METHODIST J?pisco*Ai Chcnon—Corner of
East Avenue a Fourth stroet. Services Sab
bath at I0)i A. and 7}£r. u. Sabbath 8chool
a Class meeting Sabbath at A.
u. and 12 u. 0I»B* meeting Wednesday even
ing 1% o'cionk Prayer meeting Thursday
evening 7% o'clock. Rev. Ezra Tucker, Pastor.
STRANGER* KCRNISHKD' WITH SBATS.
M. E. CnuaoH—(German)—Church Blonk,
frouton West Avenue. Services Sabbath \V%
A. M. and 1% r. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.
Clnss meetings Sabbath at 12 and 2 P. a.—
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7£ P. K. Preach
ing Friday at 7K
r' M-
Bov. Charles Holl-
mann. Pastor.
CIIBJST OntiRon—(Episcopal)—Head of Broad
way, between East ahd,West Avennis. Servi
ces Sabbath i»)£ A. H. and 5}^ p. it. Sabbath
echool immediately after morning service
Morning prayers DAILY (Sunday excepted) at
A M. Bev.E.R. Wells, Kector. A SSATB
FREE.
PIRST PJIESBTTEM AN CIICBOU—Church Block,
between East.and West Avenues, aad 1'rontiug
on Seventh btreet. Services Sabbath at 1 0 A.
it. and 6a P. Sabbath School immediately
after morning service. Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at7 o'clock. Strangers will always
be p« ovidel wi'Ji seats. Bev. P. H. Snow, Pas
tor.
E W I N I 4 E
Beans—75cfflf 1,00 bush.
utter-10® 12c ib
Candles—Tallow 15c lb.
..•••• Star,!7c lb.
Stcareno, 20c
Sperm, 45® 50c lb.
Cheese—10®12£cV lb
Coffee—Kio 25c—Java 2Sc lb.
Eegs—12j^c IP dozen.
Fluid-75®«0 ty gallon.
Fruit—Dried Apples8®10c lb.
Fish—Cod, 8c W tt—Mackerel 8c If ib.—
Herinsrs 8c lb.
Feathers—40®50c^ lb—Live geese 75c IP lb.
Furs- Mink $1®$I,25 Utter. $3®S4 Musk
Bat 5®7c.
Flour sack §2,00-bbl $4.00.
Corn Meal, retail,—f.1,00 V10 0 lbs.
Grain—Wheat No. 1 60®63. No. 2 57®59.
Corn, 37®40tf*,bushe"..
Eye 22c W
Barlev, 3Q®»5o.
Oats, 40®44c W
Glass—8x10 $2,53, 9x12 $2,75, 10x12 $2,75,
10x14 $v!.8o, 9x13 $-2,85 'W box of 50 feet.
Hides—Drv 7c, Green o£e lb.
Lime—75® 1.00 ty bbl
Lumber—Fiorine $14®§18. 1? thousand—
Fencing, $11. thousand Common boards
$11012 Clear do $20.®$25 IP thousand.
Siding-§12,00®$l6.00'tf» thousand.
Shingle—No. 1 $2.50,No. 2 $1,75 per M.r
Lathe*—$1.50 per M.
Pickets—$3 ®$lu. per thousand.
Lead—Bar lOe^flj.
Shot—$2.10 sack, 10c W lb.
Syrup—N. O. 50c W. I. 60c Golden, 90c IP
gallon.
N«ils—3d & 4d5%c lb 10d and upwards,
keg S3,75.
Oil—Linseed $1,00 Whale $1,25, Lard $1,25,
Kerosene 75 o. 1? gallon.
Paints—White Lead $l,75®2,25Vkeg- Ver
million, 40c st?1 lb.
Provisions—Potatocs,20®25c bushel.
Pork-$13. W bbl, 10c lb.
Lard—»c lb
liice—10c W lb.
Soap—Common, 5£®6)£ ib Fancy brands
10®t2^c Vttf.
Sugar—Crushed, \fe, Pulv. 16c, Graned
15o, Brown lbSlScTP lb.
Starch—8®: 2J^c lb.
Salt—$2,5 per bbl, bag, fine, 20c.
Tea- 75®125c -If lb'
Sash— 8x10 3^ & light.
Wood— $2®$2,50
Whiskey—-0®30c per gallon.
Chicago, Prairie Da Chien
AND
ST. PAUL RAILWAY LINE.
MOST I I O E
FROM ALL POINTS IN
W
TO
CHICA( JO, MILWAUKEE,
AND ALL POINTS
E a a S
Tho advantages of thin ronte. fiora all points
on thi Upper Mississippi to Chicago and the
East, are superior to those offered by any com
peting Line.
No change of Cars is made between Prairie
du Chien and Chicago.
The Splendid Fiist Class Steamers of the
Prairie du Chien and St. Paul Packet Line,
superior to u]I others on the Upper Mississippi,
tor speed, comfort and convenience, make di
rect connection with Express Train* ut Prairie
du Chien.
By this route, passengers are cnablsd to -each
Chiuugo as quick as by any other getting- a
full night's rest and b'reukfast, on board the,
Steamer* making the chancre from Steamers!streets
to Cars by daylight, and avoiding all On.nibua
travel.
The distance from St. Paul to Chicago by
this route is 4*50 miles. The distance via the
La Croaae and Milwaukee Railroad is 462 miles.
Over one milo ot Omnibus Travel is inenri'd
by taking tho route via La Crosse and Milwau
kee.
These facts entitle this Line to it least an
equal hhnrc of tho North western business.
C. N. HUBBELL, E. P. BACON,
v* cstcrn Traveling General Ticket
Agent. Agent. Milwaukee.
U. C. HOFFMAN & CO.,
Agents, Red Wing.
n35a n40-tf.
TO Samrel P. Tecle and James Mcllen own-
era,and A. A. A E. L. Teele occupants ol
Lot No. six (6). Robert N. McLaren and Peter
Meserole. owners and ocenpants of Lot No.
scveu (7), Alexander Ramsey, owner of Lot
No. eight (8). William W. Pholpsand Sarah B.
Phelps and Preston B. Mann, owners and oc
cupants of the East half»f Lot No. nine (9
James Lawther owner, and Henry C. Hoffman
occupant of the West half of Lot No. nine (9),
and Theodore B. Sheldon and Jesse M. Hodg
man, owners and occupants of Lot No. ten (10)
all of said lots being in Block No. forty-two
{42 ), in tho city of Bed Wing, tioodhne County,
Minnesota.
iv 1SS3 at ten oVIOef wmiv.. iireownurmion
th office of the Bs«ii4er .(*) degrees thirty (SO
I minutes Eas ale
of Ooodhuo. Minnesota, »f Alley three huudred (300) feet to the pi
of beginning.
And yon and
W
JOSErU MOOBAtT, Guardian.
natvtaw
A large stock for li*i tust re
a C1TT BOOK STORE.
1
seen**
Chas. McGlashan,
AT
.-•K't*}THB BRIC STORE,
fcorner of Mai a Batth Streets
Formerly occupied by S. B. FOOT,
Has on hand, and is now receiving a FULL and
GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Of Merchandise of all kinds usually kept in
any store in the West,
(EXCEPT GAS,)
UaLa
W
"Va" DC sold for
As low as at any place in the
United States,
of MinmesoU.
I also have the agency for the sale of
J. M. SINOEIVS
Celebrated Sewin Macbine*
ALL ACCOUNTS
Due me must be pnid soon or
CHAS. MoGLASHAN.
Bod Wing, Noy. 17th, 1861.
nl05 Nov 20,'fll:ly
JOHN NORttVIST.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
And Manufacturer of all kinds of
O A N A S
LADIES FUR CAPES, CUFFS, MUFFS, AC,
and dealer in
Ready Made Clothing,
1
F1^TE CLOTHS and TAILORS TRIM
mings of all dis»ription. Also agent f»r
SINOSK'S KEWINO MACHINE, the b«»t and
cheapest machine in nee.
Having enlarged ray business I am now pre
pared to execute all orders without delay. I
wurraat all ray work no one need take a gar
ment after it has been ordered unless it fits".
CUTTING DONE AT ALL, TIMES.
Good people of town andcountry giv« mo a
call. I work cheap and sell cheap.
OPPOSITE THE CITY BAKERY,
OB Bush Street, Red Wing.
P. S. I keep on hand large stock of ma
chine needles, twist and thread.
nU6 n38v6yl JOHN NORQUIST.
A N N I S A N I E S & CO.
Manufacturers of, and dealers in every va
riety of
LUMBER, LATHS,
Shingles, Tickets, Ac.
DKY FINISHING LUMBER
nnd Dressed
n!42
Always on hand at the Bluff Mills.y
nS6v6:l
CITY DRUG STORE
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
Iruggist, Phannacutist 4* Chemist,
Has constantly on hand choice
DHUOS,
MEDICINES.
CHEMICALS,
Ton and each of you are hereby notified
that on the fifteenth (15th) day of April, A
1862, a petition was presented and an applica
tion made to tho City Council of said city pray
ing said Council to widen and enlarge the Al
ley as now laid out. platted and recorded, run-, _.
nin* across aid Block from Plum to Bush the City 1 TEAR IJ. ADVAKca.--.f7
Streets, and that the premises proposed to be *t *t "months 4
taken for the purpose of so widening and en
urging said Alley, are described in said pati-1 I»
tion as follows to wit: "Commencing at the ,.
South easterly corner of said Lot No. six t«) I .,
thance along Potter street North forty-eight' by Ma*l a year in advance
(43) dearees thirty (80) minutea West, twenty-! "months
to Naws A S per hundred
four (24) feet—thence Sout forty one (41) at
grces thirty (SO) minutes West across said' Tm-WnsaaT, eunnm
Block three hundred (s-iOj feet to Plum Street months
thence along said i*lnm street South ?orty-i._
eight (43) degrees thirty (SO) minurea Ea«t' P«* a
twenty-four (24) feet to the South-westarW[
corner of said Lot ten 10%: thence North rorty-!
a
"ace
review said premises and determine whether it
is necessary to take the same for tin purposes
specified in said petition
ordfcr of the Citv Conncil.
you an each of you are hereby farther! Four Cepiee for gST 00 Three Copies for 51
notified that on Tuesday the twenty-sevenths Six Copse* for St 00 Pour Copies ftr
(27th) day of May. A. D. 1SS2. the 'said City Eight Copie* for 80 OOlSix Cupiea tor
Council will appoint three it nera to:Ten Copies for
W. C. Wf^LISTO*. City Clerk.
Dated Bed Wine. Minn., April ISth. A
IS**. nl4S ntBrt^w
?.5S,?.5S3aa£,3:TTa.
Having token the stand on
S S ., near the Kelly House,
*.he subscriber ia piepured to ac-
w^SXSSw^^SKn^ ••»i!
4 hy the Day was*, an. 4 S a
uiahed without lodgiu*. CHKArT to^nuu e»Jfarteaes sel
Here is the ruacu ut ram Cere where a. ikeue whe if him with tswirWannseeu
person can o^l for whet he end pay for nVeowIseSjoaLWiih^
«nl, what he gets. O. ANDEBSSk. iSZmSl ruma?(nthwralwayV
TOILET ARTICLES,
PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES,
Paints, Dye-Stuffs, Kerosena,
in id Alcohol,
Medicinal Brandies, Wines,
A N LIQUORS,
TOBACJO,
S N
CIGARS,
S I A I N S E N S
And other articles belonging to the trade, all
of which are warranted.
2 3
4
Prescriptions carefully prepared."
At Richtcr's Old Stand, cor. Main and Plum
nl09 n!9v6:lY
T* E S I N O E S A E
II. A I
N
Saddle and Harness Maker
(Next door to the Bed Wing House.)
MainSTAKET, Ken Worn
Will keep constantly on hand the very best
Harnesses. Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Fly
Nets, Whips, Cards, Combs and Brushes, and
everything iu the Harness line neeossury to rig
out a Horse or Team. All kind of work made
to order, and
REPAIRING
of all kinds done in a moat superior manner
and at the shortest notice.
nloa n40:tf.
Milwaikee Sentinel.
PUBLISHED MORNING AND EVENING.
E A I A N 1 1 I 1 I I I A W
PUBLISHERS 4» PROPRIETORS.
T.D.JERMAL H. H. BRKHITMAN.
o-o
E S
DAILY, TBI-WEEKLY AN WEEKLY.
COCfiL &
Manufaoturcrs of and dealers in
Lumber, Shingles,
AND MAJTH
SABS. DOOftfS diltf DS.
Ontee and Luniberya^d
Corner of Mai a a ad Street*.
SAWIKG, PLANING, MATCHING,
ivroxJijiDiKra-.
Bone to order at our Steam Mill.
nlOl N 8
TO WHO IT MA CONCERN.
ONalangoodsrand
a 3 a O a
we will make no deviation. Those indebted to
us will please call and settle up, as our books
rauifebe closed. Those having claims against
us, or either of u», will picscut them at once
for payment.
We would say in connection with the above,
that we have on hand a
00
00
2 00
0 70
0 15
0 05
7 00
1 1 6 8
OUB LIBERAL CLUBINQ TERMS.
1400"
loose
1
•0 OOlEight Copies for Of 00
wmasLT
Pear Conies (t oae address) per a S 00
Five Copies f" SO
Tea Copies
1 9
Bst* The person sending a Crab of 10 is ea
titled to an extra copy.
J|BHWH8.
BATLU A CnETSriE, Proprietors.
This new ami exmnaodioua House is eitoated
en Pluai ssruet, Bed Wing, has Seen built
and furnished unter she sSeeinl super ilsisw elf
e^wesl.efwaier. Ostle^ sin Wiiu^Blael
JssmaryredVi^l. Tfrtf. new
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS.
Consisting of
STAPLE DHY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SH'»ES,
-_,., •, i..... .,~My,-,-
afte the first day of January, 1863,
merchandise sold by us will
be paid for on delivery. Our terms will be
HATS AND CAP8,
PAINTS AND OILS,
GLASS,
PUTTY,
CROCKERY,
Ac., dee.,
which we 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. A TAS. LAWTHEB.
Red Wing, Dec. 18 ,1861. n21vC:tf
BROW N & BETCHER,
A I N S E E E WING
Have on hand, and offer to the public the most
complete assortment of
HARDWARE,
CUTLERY,
Stoves a in Ware
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
AKD
Farming Implements
OP F.VERY DESCRIPTION.
Also,
KEROSENE LAMPS.
OIL, PAINT, ETC
nl03 Nov.lS'6l:7w
RED WING
Hardware Store.
C. H. & E. L. BAKER,
(SUCCESSOR TO COOPER,)
W a and Retail
E A E I
Hard-ware, Tin-wre and Stoves,
SHELF HARD-WARE,
HYDRAULIC RAMS,
CROSS CUT SAWS,
BUILDERS' HARDWAR E
LEAD PIPE,
BELLOWS,
VICES,
ANVILS,
DRILLS.
CHAINS,
NAILS,
PUMPS,
SCALES,
FILES
AXE S
&c.
I O N
PEItU, 8LIGO, SWEDISH, ENGLISH AND
AMERICAN EEFINED.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
A fec, fcc.
All kint« of Tin, Sheet Iron snd Copper
work manufactured to order byexperienced
workmen.
June 25. '5»
nSOa n40:tf.
A. W. ESPING,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER,
MAIN ST. WEST OP BUSU ST.
WATCHES
1 fl E US S,
Jfcwclry.
neatly repaired.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Real Wing Minnesota.
n98 n!4v6-ly
I S E W I N I S
S E A A N I N 1 I
—AMD—
SASH, DOOR A N BLIN FACTORY
(One Bloek above Freeborn's Saw Mill.)
E SHALL E PREPARED TO FUR
ni»h all times, anything in the above
3 00{Hue of business, and shall keep on hand all
2 00! kinds of planed and matched Lumber, Mould
4 00 ingg, etc.
5 001 Ore ers promptly attended to which may el
so he left with Brown & Batcher.
1 AOI Ptoduce of all kinds token in exchange for
0 ^iwork COOEL A BETCHER.
Red Wing, May 8th.
n33a n*»:ly.
S A ttOOML A I N A A
O
AlT TH E BLUFF MILLS,
BED nlMC, Hia
The sabeenber baa lately itted up she upper
story of Grants, Daniels A Ce»s Mill with She
hest kind ef MaehiaeTy. for the Masmfoetory of
Sash, Door, Blinds, Window-Frames. Deer
Presses, MeaMiags, Drees Flooring aad Siding,
whira he can famish to the public reason?
W A food •mnitannl always en head.
O SPBAKK.
nTia vs-nS-.ty
sew* Whs
17ARMI1IO
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F.HARTMAK,
Xeerrw IMsftb
ftnhsngxeesly
aHssaauerof
a
City Book Stoitf,
BED WING MINNESOTA.
A H. JONES,
Dealer in
Hooks rftritfrfnerfv a
WALL PAPER, &&
Just recei red a large stock of choice StatUtfery.
Also the New Series of SCUCQL BOOKS, pre
scribed by the State Board of Education:
ELECTA N I O O S
Constantly oh Hand- t,
The bla stock of Miscellaneous Books will
be sold.at a discount of twenty-five, ib forty
I*er eelit. from Publishers prices. Books or
dered at any ti»tie to suit cHKtomefs. Papers
and Periodteall fiifnlshod to order. Subscrip
tions soliclted^
At Riehter's Old Stand, cor: Main and
Plum strefts.
J. B. PARKllUHST,
DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Groceries
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Boots a Shoes, a arna Caps,
O E
O 0
At the old Weatherby Stand,
NEXT DOOU TO POST OFFICE,
MAIN STREET,
n!2l
BED WTNQ.
n28v*:ly
Who Wants Honey
IF YOU DO, BRING ON YOUR
Wheat Corn, Oats,
BUTTER, EGGS, $0., TO
HARLAN'S
Cash a a Pa
O E
NEAK THE POST OFFICE, RED W[NG
ox*
I will exchange Groceries for them, such as
Sugars*
Teas, Coffee,
Spices, Candies, Sal
eratus Starch, Candles,
Soap, Matches, Shoe Blacking,
Dairy*Salt, Dried A Green
Apples, Crackers, Table Syrup, Molas
ses, &c, &c. Also a good article of Family
Flour will be kept for sale, and Tobac
co, Segars, Brooms, Cloths Pins,
etc. Intending to keep a
I S CLAS S GRO
CERT.and do business
honorably,I hope
to receive a
liberal
nl'.2
patronage.
S. C. HARLAN.
n!9vtt:tf.
A I A N S
A E N
A E S
OF ALL KINDS.
FAIRBANKS & GREENLEAF,
33 Lake street, Chicago.
Sold in Red Wing by C. H. & E. L. BARER
BUT ONLY TlIE GENUINE.
RED WING
PLOW FACTORY.
W a Mills. Proprietor,
is now manufacturing and repairing plows to
order, lie has in his
Manafactnrin E a is
at EAST Rso WINO, 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.
Bed Wing, July 2lth, 1361.
ntJ5a n52:2y
E. P. LOWATER,
Wholesale snd Retail Dealer in
BOOKS AND STATIONARY,
WALL PAPER,
Fancy Goods &c, fee.
Near the Corner of Main and Bush streets,
Red Wing Minnesota.
nSlad s40'tf.
Ilnsfs's 9 a a a Males
Porsa'e by
VASDEBVOKT.DICKEBSON & Co.
Ko. 45 Wabash Avenue Chi
cago.
Weigh out of level- Ko cheek
rods. AH frictionreceived on
balls.
AOBST 7 0 8KB WIWO '.
A S C. 0 1 8 0 N
naAt.au rax veer trnwne.
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
Such so Reapers sad Mowers, Threshers
tanning Mills. Plows, eke., eW
Bed Wing, Miaaesota.
EV
fc ft r£ O A S
1001. 1861* &
LA CROSSE A MILWAUKEE Tth
The shortest, quickest.and only direefcwata
to Milwaukee.. Chjcago. Detroit.,and^rtL Isa?
poftant points in tne Eastand, Sootj,, ,.
riH
T&Jpleh'did passerijreh backets NORTHERS?
BEKLEKEOKUltatid OCEANWAVE wnT
run thiii season between LaCrosse and Rt.Panl
forming an independent line tor the hpcedy
transmission of passengers and freight. .5-rf-,*.
This nflebfboa&*ha8 been entirely .repnil^
and refitted diirinsr the past winter, and *wiH
net rnn belcf* LaCrosse.
They are noteurpasscd by-the hoats a
other line, at regards speed,' cl«gance and
comfort.
This i« the only ore of the^Norjth West^ra
Routes that has independent lines, of boafi*
to move its business, thereby insuring to the
passenger the first choice ot State rooms.
All the Boats of the Minnesota.Packet Com
pany, will land at the La Qrosse Depot, toc*©--"
ceive and discharge Passengers And freight.'
Two trains daily each way between XaCrosso
nfcd Milwaukee. At Milw'wnkee, -trains^con.
nect direct with the trains of the Milwaukee
and Chicago, and hoats of tbe Detroit and
Milwaukee railroads, and at Minnesota Junc
tion with the irains of the Ghicflgo'&nd North,
western Kailroads.
Lake Freights, either by DctroitahdMlt
waukee, Milwaukee and Chicago, or Chicago,
and North-Western railroads, arc transferred'
to this road free of charge for cartage,
Fare always as low as by any oilier Roote.'
Baggage checked to all important points
No transfer charge? at Milwaukee Chica
go to passengers holding through tickets. I
Secure your Tickets via the Milwaukee,
La Crosse and St. Paul Railroad Lice.
For Tickets or Freight Contrncts, apply to
either of the following Agents
U. T. BUMSEV, MESEROLE & MeLAREN,
LaCrosse. Red Wing
EDWIN H. GOODRICH, Manager.
J. M. KIMBALL, Oen. Ticket Agent.
B. JENNINGS, Gen. Freight Agent
n34a n4C:tf
Greatest ledieal Circular
Ever Published!
F,Fifteen"S30 larpe
letter pages for two
3 cent BUnap*.
DRS.
JACKSON, IIKKKEKT & CO- Pro-
prietors of the National Dispensary, establish
cd Cincinnati, O., Jan. i. 'o9. cure all friyaie
diheases'with unexampled rapidity. We 2. ar
antee to euro Gonorrhea. G't-et, Syphilid. Im
potency, Nocturnal Emissions, or Aeli-Abuse,
DIUHNAL Emissions, Female Complaints, in
short, every possible form and variety of SBXU
lar Disease. Dure* ra) id, thorough aiidpejr
mancut, and fees moderate. Send for our Cir
cular—TIJ-TEKN largo 6 in. by 11 in. letter
pages, of varied, valuable and iTEKE«Trtfo
matter. Also, a Circular intended for ladies
only.
Dr. Jackson's Female Pills—one dollar per
box—BEND FOB ClRCCLAK.
Dr. Jackson's Perpetual Preventative—SEND!
TOKCIRCCLAE.
Special written Replies, well sealed. sent with
the Circular, without charge. One of the
cheapest ra"st interesting and important book*
ever published. 300 pages. 100 engravings
lk
Th*
Mountain of Liyht. or 'Medical Protector and
Marriage Ouiue, and an Explicit Kcv to Love
and Beauty." It SATISFACTORILY nveai*
various subjects never before fully explained
in any pcpula1* work in the English language.
Price50 cts. an one 3 cent stamp, or three tor
one dollar and three 8c«ntstamps. Fully des
cribed in Circular, which every young maa
should have, whether sichor well.
Medicine with instruction*, sent promptly to
any part of the country. CrnsulatioH Looms
of'the Dispensary, No, 167 Sycamore st. P.
O. Box No. 436.
n!08 Dec.4,'61:ly
GOLD PENS HE POINTED
I E I CI2MTS.
—o-o—
Enclose the Pen in a letter with the cash or
postage stamps The return mail will bring
the pen as good as new.
Send $1 and the return mail wilFbring a good
gold pen, two carats fine, in silver extentiou
holder. Send seventy-five cents, and tho re
turn mail will bnng a good gold pen. ladies'
Bize. in silver case with ivorv bundle, in box.
Address. E. WALRA111,
No. 2. Malcom Block. Syracuse, N\ Y.
JrtJ" Editors giving this advertisement four
insertions, and sending marked copy, shall re
ceive an excellent pen in payment."
Marcn*2«th ISO.'.
E•
{shedchis
Tin Piatt Warehoun,
fit
Tns subseriber has leased snd newly furn
ished, in the hest sty U, the
EtJROPK HOTEI*,
end is now rssd* to aosonmodato ths trsv*I
Hng puhfis with all she eearsaiuaees of nod
a S
BOAKDlirsVythsdsyor hy the week aft
and very cere and sttontioa will he gseen to
hoth atsa aad eeeet. wr^ v.
Bed Wing, July Sd,lMI.
A I PUOKBTP.
ndsHftf
E. L. W
NOTICE OF DISOLUTION.
NOTICC is hereby given that tho c'-partner
ship heretofore e'xistiug between Thomas F.
Towne and Joshua C. Pierce, at Red Wing,
Minnesota, under the firm name of Towne &
Pierce has thh day been disolvcd by mutual
consent. Tho business of tho late firm will bo
settled by Joshua C. Pierce who is authorized
to use the firm name for thas purpose.
THOMA8 P, TOWNE.
JOSHUA C. PIERCE.
CASH FOR RAGS.
P. LOWATER will pay cash for Cotton
and Linnen Rags at his btore for a few
weeks. nH4 nSdrgrSw
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
In the matter of the estate of Charles II. Con
nelly deceased. ...
'PHE undersigned have been appointed by tbf
I Hon. C. (x. Reynolds, Judge of Probate for
the County of Goodhtt s. Commissi -ncrs to re
ceive, examine and adjust all wlaims and de
mands, of ail persons against the cstuto of
Charles II. Connelly iate of said county deceas
ed. Now,therefore, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, oommissior.crs as a•oresaid
will meet for the purpose of refleivinir. exam
ining and adjusting accounts and clairus itsninst
said estate, at the Taw office of Ji.me.-t 11. Par
ker, in the city of Itetl Wing, in said f-onnty orf
Saturday the 24th day of May \fM. on Patnr
day the 2*th day of July, 1882 and on Saturday
the 20thday of September, tsS&^-ftnd all per
sons are hereby notjBed to tbeir claims
on one pf the days above named, as on tlw livst
named day the Commissioner* are ordoied to
make return to the Probed Court of tluir do
ings under ssid commission.
A B. MILLER.
JAMEK H. PARKER,
0113 nl9v6:7w. Commi»siwner».
LIBBY HOUSB
BOS. 64$ A 68 WATER STREET NEJV YORK,
doors above th« iv
M.
THIS
HOTEL is CoKVBSiBKTMr RITCATID
for business men visiting New York. The
proprietor takes pteasure in annonndng to the
mbli that lie has recently refitted and lurn
House, and i* prepared to fci ve thofo
wh may favor him witn their patronage tbo
comforts ol a home, while a .journing the
«Hj.. Is%T*Boardgl^0perday.
IBA A LIBBV, Proprietor.
nTia v«-n :ty.
ED wiarct iior'»?«.
JACOB BBBNBTT,Propr..-Cor,
E I N MI.VILftOTA.
with the Uouse a large and
convenient Stable. S a re leave iaily for tfia
interior. Teams and Carriages on Hand to
eon rey Passsagerste aay part of Che eedbsry.
April 4. is iw-ti
Bailey House.
TEvflimiles
W from Red Wmg. on the Msntor
road.
Issasinadsttoma for man sad heset furnish
ed aft teaoanahle retse. Good Stsblmg sad
plesty et wster.
BAILET, Proprietor.
SSSa n«tf-nl0:ly
HEATH A NAG I.E.
BUSH STREET, BED WIMO, MI5N
WAOOXS,
flows and all kinds of forming
inplenoei aestly and subetenwsny
Sf StaeftsssftUnf sestly done.
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