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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
S O E COLUMN.
'BED WING, OCTOBER 29th, 1S62
E O E S I E
For Register of Deeds,
For Countv Anditor,
For County Attornev,
JAMES 11. PARK Kit.
For Clerk of the Court,
For County Surveyor.
STEPHEN A. 11 ART.
For Countv Coroner,
A. B. MILLER.
Forjudge of Probate and Court Commissioner,
HON. WM. H. WELCH.
For County Commissioner for the first Com
HON. E. T. WILDER,
We commend the following resolutions
whieh were passed by the Mass Convention
that met in Red Wing, on the oOih ult., to
the candid attention of all our readers. If
they are the words of truth and soberness"
act npotl them. If the sentiment is false,
WitKREAS the distressed state of the coun
try demands the unity of all the people in
sentiment and action, and
WitKiiKAS it appears to us that such unity
cannot exist while the people are divided on
questions of minor and local importance.
Therefore RrmUed, That we, the citiaens
trf Goodhue County, in Mass Convention
assembled, will drop all party issues, and
party quarreling, and nominate and vote For
the beat men in the County for office, with
out the least reference to their past or pres
ent polilcal associations. We only ask
ho loyal to the Constitution, is he devoted to
the Or ion
Rewfoed, That we will sustain the Ad-that
tnini-tratinn in the prosecution of the war.
and will stand by the President and by the
Generals in the field until every ventage of
the present rebellion is crushed out,
peace restored to the country.
The resolutions were adopted unanimously
Interesting articles thin week, which wo
specially call attention to. The political
articles from Harper's Weekly meet our
views of the present cmcrg'.'ncj about as
Well as any we have seen. Harper's We My
is edited with great ability, by a di-crete,
judicious person, anJ his political articles
occupy a high place in the estimation of
WHEAT MAUKKT.—Wheat has declined to
the low figucrs, 58 cents per bushel. The
came of the decline is a superfluity of theTissoa,
article in the Kist, small means of trans
portation, and a rise in Lake freights*—
Wheat will not again this fall^ reach the
high price it has been Commanding. Con
•iderable is being brought in, but there is
not at present much disposition either to
buy or to sell.
A W of
BtIKO IT BACK.— We would be greatly feet posts, with an addition in the rear, 14
obliged to the individual who carried »wayi
SCHOOL LAND SALE. -Th State Auditor
Tits just closed a sale of the School lands in
this county The sale has been larger than in
almost any other county in the State where
School lands have ollVred.
fct what authority, and by what sort of
reasoning does lhat bigoted candidate for
•office who edits the Itqu'lic xn, assume
because we do not announce who we shall
fote for, that we intend to vote in any par
ticular way or, docs ho risk a lie for the
make of the effect of the lie
THAT ROAD.—We are happy to learn that
aoiae of the worst places in tho road to the
City Ceraetry have taen repaired still the
road is an insult to the dead.
UOXCK & Co. wishe* to announce that
thor have j«st received a lot-of Kerosene oil
emd lamps, and now claim to be the lights
vf the world.
is now in in 3» P.-l i„«.i
Ut study from fc^.
BI'SIXKM.—To acquire an idea of th
amoynt of. business carried'orf Jn the 8*ate
of Minnesota, one ha* only to taker a-short
trip on one of the boats. At every point on
navigate a team through successfully. It is
no uncommon occurrence to see two lines of
loaded teams extending from Main street to
the warehouses, each team waiting patiently
its turn to be unloaded. At this rate the
[capacity of the place to take care of the grain
that finds a market here will soon be inade
PKUSOXAL.—We are happy to announce
the return of Lieut. Willett W. DeKay. Lie
belongs to the Third Regiment, but is one
of those who bravely and nobly voted and
protested against surrendering. Deacon waa
in favor of fighting. Also Lieutenant Ed
ward L. Baker, of the same regiment, who
likewise voted against a surrender.
WK fully concur in the views of the Dress
concerning the beauty of tone, splendid fin
ish, and superior touch of Messrs. Jos. P.
Hale & Co.'s Pianos, the unprecedented low
price of which will tempt every piano forte
player who is in want of a fine toned instru
ment. See advertisement in another column.
Esping is in the trade nt his old stand,
and never fails to give good satisfaction.
THE GOLD SEEKERS HEARD FROM.—A pri.
letter from one of the men who "Went
to Salmon River Gold Mines w| S.
Foot, States that the whole company ha-.e
FIRST PAOE.—On our first page are Some!Sf,t through safely. Jacob Todd, Nathan
Sterns and C. Williams, are now at Portland,
Oregon, and Mr. Foot, Sncll and i"helps
«nd political consistency, as a contribution'Imaterial
to a World's Museum.
8TAT« AuDTTotts.—Tho board of Auditors
appointed by the last Legislature, to audit W a a
accounts growing out of the militia service, lHt
is OOW 10 session in St. I aal. Any claim repaired by him are warranted to run one year.
aewt to O. Rcvnolds, Esq., who is ono \»fiwith proper usage.
•Ae Auditors, will be attrndad to. W A E S CLOCKS, JEWKLHY «fce.t
I Kept constantly on hand for sale at low flsrurcs,
rAKotUMA.-Don't forget to attend
Panorama at the Court House ton $ 1 0 E S I A N O S $ 1 5 0
Professor Brown has acquired a splendid' 'S-P-HAT.E & CO., having removed to
reputation in the art of hi* profession. We °°J *ttrer(HJms'
topy the following complimeniary notice
imtm tk. M.J. /»„...##. Frcp=irca to off^r Jie public a raagni
Irom tha Medina Uautt* flccht new scale full
F. R. Brown & Co.'s Panorama, orTrav- O a to a
»h«g Exhibition, e.xh'bited in this place two|containing .ill imr-rovsments known in this
evenings last week, to crowded houses, toi country or Europe, ovar ?tmng ha**. French
the entire auusfaciion of our people. More
recommending this exhibition to the favora-1 sn?
«*7 ought to eonsel the property oarnera
that street to finish up tho gtmdisg.—
"Why naa been permiUed to hong along
,„-„.l.,-,.,^..itlB»'»l).iiilii» i» ...I..II, k-w—
the river the levees are crowded with freight,'ed up thePotomac to"meoTtiwni^kiMlfVMl
ble cut them off.
TH E MERCILESS RAVAGES
en our Northern. Frontier have commenced
wheat and flour mostly, waiting transporta
tion. Every boat that comes up is loaded
down to the guards with freight, besides War upon us, marked by all their usual bar
which almost every one has from one io
WATCHES REPAIRED.—Cross is again in
the business. His card »y be seen in
column with our new advertisements. He
all he promises to do.
We would not have our friends forget,too,
Everett arc at Elk City. The above indi
viduals were especially named for the reason
that they arc from Red Wing. The writer
did not S'ate where those of the company
that did not belong at !ted Wing, arc, furth
er than that they had all got through safely.
AT an adjourned meeting of the mem
hers of the Catholic Church, in the City of
Lied Wing. County of Goodhue, on the 22d
day of October, A. 1). 1.862, the Rev. Felix
in the chair, and Frederick Busch,
On motion the proceedings of the last
meeting WHS read and approved.
The committee appointed at a previous
meeting to procure a deed for church lots
and a plat* for a church, repotted that they
procured a deed for lots No. Five and Six in
block No. Thirteen, in Red Wing Proppcr,
and had agreed upon a plan for said building
The main building to be 25 by 50 feet, 18
•o I noma Lnus- Hilly was appointe*
office, .f he would brmS it back. are to superintend the building of said church.
leaping a file of that paper, and intend to I On motion of Frederick Kitsch. Thomas
preserve it aa a specimen of choice literature,! Taylor was appointed to conrract for
necessary for said Building.
Oa motion tin* meeting adjourned.
FKI.IX TissoT, Chairman.
FREDERICK BUSCH Secretary.
LADIES' SOLDIER'S AID SOCIETY.
This society will hold its regular mooting,,
hereafter at the Court House, on Thursday ot
eavh week, ut' o'clock 1". M.
Our work at present is preparing articles for
hospital use, nnd wo earnestly call upon all.
Indies who .ire willing to assist in providing
for tbe comfort of our sick and wounded sold
meet with us.
All cofttribntion* of money, clothing, banda
ges, or hospital stores, will be thankfully re
ceived. By order ol tho President.
Mrs. P. SMITH. President.
Mrs. H. A. MCCOXNELT.. Sec'v and Trcas.
October 83d, at tho residence of tho bride's
father, in Luke City by thj Rev. I). C. Ster.y,
lr. UAKKAKDto Miss FLORENCE, daughter
ut E. Van Vlcit, Esq.
Time is Money."
Jkccp correct time and you will never
be late to your Business.
THE subscriber having returned from
the war bus rcssmed tho busiuecs of
MAKING AND REPAIRING
?W stand, in rarhhnrst's Store, RED
Minnesota. AU Watches and Cocks
W I W
4 7 W O W A
«an be learncl in one evening about Astnm S 5 0 & 1 7 S f*.-W «f
erny by the diagrams uscl, thaa by weeks ?T
action, harp pedal: fult iron frame, tor
uke pleasure mj f«*r a
aari^sr $39© $350, & $399,S
all warrantetl made of tHc best seasoned mate-
in the dirt en the culvert iast, but if 5 a S S 2
must enng Jt »na or anv first cla-*s manufacturers
asos stop,fortin reasea that the cnl rert lu* 0 3 P. HALR A CO.,
•••er been finished. What a pity!
OWN WrstSt.—Ave are glad to be able *n'^ ***nd better than ary aeld for
tn MtftooiwM tkimt ih» wnrV- r.-. r» Ior t*0^ bv the old methods of manufacture \..
Dealer* and Teachers in all paru of s»"« of buaineat, and shall keep on hand all' THE BE»T ROUTE TO ALL POIXT8
W progressing. Win, II. Bennett is titling
eountry to act .t* aeents. and to leat th-*a *a»*
jjj Broadyay, Naur York.
TO*W!I03i I MAY CONCERN.
Q. BUNCH 0 0 7
HKI wi on. si. Ita^T ^%j£t
:Warwith the Indians
,, jcnminatcly murdered desolation, ruin and
three barges nearlv as large as a small death aro their sure »\oc print*.
steamboat, also loaded down. Yiew'cd in all it* bearings, the present seems
_, ,! »e THE dark hour in our National history.—
At no point on the river, between Red Yet, notwithstanding all thoee things,
Wing and St. Paul, did we see as much in
dication of business as at this place. On our
levee, last Saturday night, was piled not less
than thirty car loads of wheat, and the Sit/dtifi^
warehouses were also full. During the day
(any day) our streets are crowded with
The Rebels have invaded the North with nn
overwhelming force,and MOCLELUN hasyiov
a 5 Hn
children are indis-
T. L. ADAMS,
Sole proprietor of the
,, Continues to carry on the business at the old
teams, so that it takes considerable skill to stand on Mitiu Street, near the Red Wing
House, lie has constantly on hand a full as-
COLLARS, TRUNKS, &c. Also,
Whips, Brushes, Combs, Fly
Nets, Horse Blankets,
Work fione to order and WARRANTED.
Repairing done at short notice in the most
approved style and workmunliko manner.
lie denes competition and challenges any
shop in the County or State to compare work.
He won't be UNDERSOLD
T. L. ADAMS.
Sept. 16,1SG2. Sole Proprietor.
New Clothing Store.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OP
A A N W I N E
That was over bronzht Into tho City of
Wing, may now be founJ at tha
OLD STONE STORE,
On Bush street, near the corner of Main street.
Ri:D WING, MINNESOTA.
rpIIE subscriber has just fitted up and fur
I nished the above named store, and now
oilers for sale a s.uck of Goods that in point of
This is but a branch of the Largest 31»nu
fncturotg !:»tn!!i».Vut.it i» the West, and
I am thus enabled to sell goods at
Wholesale and Retail at
W A E I E S
Sept. 17. 1862. noSvTly
A Large Invoice of all Kinds of
Whic will be sold at prices to defy
Philleo Block, Bed Win?, Minn.
COGEL & BETCBER,
Manufacturers of and dealers in
SASS. D00?.S & SLI^DB.
Olfice and Lumberyard
Corner of Main and Broad Streets.
SAWING, PLANING, MATCHING,
Done to order at our Steam Mill.
Having taken the stand on
PLI-M ST.. near the Kelly lloaae
'.he subscriber is picpared to ac-
commoJa'e the traveling community with
whatever, in the line of refreshment**hey ma
II urd by the Day or Week, also
nishcl with lodging. CHEAP
Here is the ONLT PLACK IN THK CITT whei
person can call for what he wants, and p*y
*nly wh.a he gots. O. AXDERSON.
GRANNIS, DANIELS & CO..
Manufacturers of. and dealers in every va
Sniiifrles, rickets, Ac.
DRY FINISHING LUMBER
and Dressed fullyl exeatcd.
S A IW Eood rf3atM| WingJnn» 1M0
Always on hand at the Bluff Mills.
n«l n-3«V(i If
IB3f». RE WING lSft*.
E A A W I 6 I
SASH, DOO AN BLIND FAiriORTj
(One B'.osk above Freeborn's Saw Mill.) I
SHALL BE PREPARED TO FTR-*
niah at all times, anything in the above
pl*«od and matchrd Lumbar, Mould-
er» promptly attended to, which may al
so b« left with Brown A Bctehcr.
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
work. COOEL A BETCHER.
Red Wing, M*y §th, IS«1.
DlABIES. A large stack-fl»r18«fl. rasa re
eaitod at THE CTTT BOOK STOM.
City Book Store,
RED WING MINNESOTA.
DR. A. II. JONES,
Books Stationery, Blanks,
WALL PAPER, &C.
Jnst received a large stock of choice Statisuery
Also the New Series of SCHOOL BOOKS, pre
scribed by the State Board of Education.
tLEflAWT GIFT JJOOKS.
Constantly on hand.
The old stock of Miscellaneous Books will
be sold at a discount of twenty-five to forty
per cent, from Publishers prices. Books or
dered at any time to suit cttstomers. Papers
and Periodicals furnished to order. Subscrip
At RicJiter'8 Old Stand, cor. Main and
1 8 6 2 1 8 8 3
H. C. HOi-JJlAN. WM. ADAMS.
H. C. HOFFMAN & CO.,
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
AB1CNT8 TOB TUB
and Pr. du Cbien
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAYS,
G. I. & MINN. PACKET CO.
137" All claims for overcharges or damages
promptly adjusted on presentation.
Consignments respecttully solicited.
Liburul cash advances made on wheal in storo.
LIME, COAL, SALT & CEMZNT,
Always on hand and for sale at tho lowest
Through tickets for sale to all nrincipal
cities und towns. Marl: packages
Care II. C. 11. Jc Co."
Hows'i Staudur Scales.
For sa'c by
VANDBJtVORT, DICKERSON & Co.
Tin Plate Warehouse,
No. 45 Wabash Avenue Chi
Teitrh out of level. No check
rods. All friction received on
AGENT KOB BED WIXO
A S C. O N S O N
DKAI.KK IN THE MOST APPBOVKO.
AG RIC ULT URAL MAC J11NE RY
Such as Reapers and Mowers, Threshers
tanning Mills. Plows,«fce., &c.
Red A'iiur. Minnesota
BOOMS ST SMlOjtiS.
S BARCLAY & MILLER,
•sa»l*Itim strecr. Keil Win?, opposite the
Koily House, are lauufatturing
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Tn the most workmanlike manner, and atDue
iiopariag done to order at short notice.
Red Wing, Sept. 17, 1SG2. noSvTly
A full assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING
Gentlemen*' Furnishing Goods
constantly on hand.
TAILORING AND REPAIRING
done to order promptly and at reasonable
rate*. Shop in WILKINSON'S BLOCK.
Red Wing, June oth, 1SG1.
A N S a I I I
Manufactured and for sale by
ASHTON,COGEL & BETCHER,
Near the Kelly House,
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
ON BUSH STBEET.near RED WING HOUSE
CHA'S L. B- TIIACUEK, Proprietor.
A good at* -rtment of
FRESH BAKED BREAD,
Cakes, Pies. Cracker« Ac. always on hand.
Yeast is always kept.
Tkose who wish to have bread delivered at
their homes can leave their orders.
W. E. HAWKINS
Al orders promptly attended to and faith.
OnBush Straet, near the Red Wmg House.
All kiud* constantly on hand. Repairing
and Tarning dona to order. Also, all kind*
of Coil us.
TICKBTS FOR SALE
EAST AND SOUTH,
SHELDON O %*.
Afd Beeei rats ef al! h:was of goods.
1ED W W Oet T. W*. 'rTallnf
Au. Q*owis* o»
SUGAR CANS AMB SCRGUUM
Will pltase take notice that I
am prepared to furnish ths lattat
and bent sty1* of all •iaes of
With all necessary apparatus for
th« manufacture of
Call and examine samples and
you will be sure to purchase.
Office Corner Main and PlumSta.
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
C. C* JOHNSON.
Who Wants Money
IF YOU DO, BRING ON YOUR
Wheat, Corn, Oats,
BUTTER, EGGS, &C.f TO
a a a a
NEAtt THE POST OFFICE, RED WING
I will exchange Groceries for them, such as
Spices. Candies, Sal
eratus, Starch, Candles,
Soap, Matches, Shoe Blacking,
Dairy Salt, Dried Apple-, Green
Apples, Crackers, Table Syrup, Molas
ses. &c, Sec. Also a good article of Family
Flour will be kept for »Ie, and Tobac
co, Segars, Brooms, Cloths Pins,
etc. Intending to keep a
FIRST CLASS GRO
cERY.and do business
to receive a
S. C. HARLAN.
THE BRICK STORE,
Corner ot Main and Bush Streets,
Formerly occupied by S. B. FOOT,
lias on hand, and is now receiving a ron, and
Of Merchandise of all kinds usually kept in
any store in the West,
Which shall be sold for
S JSL. "VI 3P.A.TT
As low as at any place in ths
I also have the agency for tho sale of
J. M. SINGER'S
Celebrated Sewing Machine.
me must be puid soon or
Red Wing, Noy. 17th, IStil.
nl05 Nov 20,'61:ly
S A N A
S A E S
OF ALL KINDS.
Also, Warehouse Tracks, Letter Presses,
FAIRBANKS, GUEENLEAP & CO.,
172 Lake street, Chicago.
Sold in Red Wing by G.U&E.L. BAKER
Be careful to buy only the genuine.
MAIN STREET, RE WING,
Have on hand, and fTor to the public the most
complete assortment of
Stoves nn4 Tin Ware,
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
OIL, PAINT, ETC
undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of R«d Wing and vicinity that he
has opened a Tailor Shop in Red Wing, where
be is ready to receive orders for making up
THE LATEST STYLE,
and most fashionable cat. Experience of over
twenty years in all branches of tbe trade, in
cutting and making up garments for men and
children, enables him to rive perfect satisfac
tion to all who will f»vor him with their patron
age. Particular attention paid te catting
clothes to order to be made by ladies.
All CloOie* WarrantedtoFit I
Shop on Main street, between Smith A Dick
inson's Bank and A. W. Raping'*Jewelry Store
Bed Wing, May iSd, lit!*.
a44vG:«m A. GROSS.
Slerage Co.-i^iot Mfwtkut^^^SSfUT^V^J^
OTICE hhereby given that the copartner.
ahtp heretofore axiaUnz between the un
dersigued, under the firm name of Preietedt
L^rrrcn. has been diwol red hy mutual eonseau
Tbe debt* doe Kyeaid arm will be paid it tab
opon ptesentation of demaud. an I alt iftd*bv
Shift tad Wing. Oct. MtA, IMS.
CROSS CUT SAWS,
RED WWp, MINNE80TA.
I tt.,*Wrirt«^^ |SJj»rirrtoany«ro
L'Tuggiit, Pharmacuitst $ CkeriM, «r Mitchell
lias constantly on hand choice
Paints, Dve-Stuffs, Kerosenn,
Burnin id Aleoh I,
Medicinal Brandies,' Wines,
SURGICAL INSTRU ENTS,
And other articles belonging to tha trade, all
of whivh are warranted.
EsT*" Prascriptions oarefally prepared.**
At Richter's Old Stand, cor. Main and Plum
"»W ,., nl9v«:lv
RED W I N
C. H. E. L. BAKER,
(SUCCESSOR TO T. COOPER,)
Wholesal and Retail
SB A EB I
Bard-ware, Tio-wre and Stoves,
I O N
PKRU, 8LIGO, SWEDISH, ENGLISH AND
dbc, &c, &c.
All kind" of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper'
work manufactured to order byexperienced
June 25. '59
J, B. PARKHURST,
Dry Goods, Groceries
Boots and Shoes, Uats and Caps,
At the old Weatherby Stand,
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE,
MAIN STREET, BED WfNQ.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
A I A N S
and after the first day of January, 18S2.
goods and merchandise sold by ua will
be paid for on delivery. Ourtermu will bs
we will mske no deviation. Those indebted to
us will please call and settle up, as our books
must be closed. Those having claims against
us, or either of us, will pieseut them at once
We would say in connection with the above,
that we have on hand a
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS.
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND 8HES,
HATS AND CAPS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
which we offer on the above termsatlow prices.
Being desirous to sell out onr stock the pres
ent winter we would be irisJ to have those
wishing to purchanso goods in our line to eive
us a call.
Red Wing, Dee. 18 ,18«l. n2t v«:tf
O N N O 1 9
And Mnnufactnrcr of all kinds of
CLOTH AND FBR CAPS,
LADIES FUR CAPES, CUFFS. MUF/S, dsC,
and dealer in
Ready Made Clothing,
FIXE CLOTHS and TAILOB9 TBI!
mings of alljlis^ription. AIMO agent far
FI/f E CLOTH
S and TAILOR S TBIM
ming of all dirription Als agent far
Sixoaa's Sawijio Macaiaa, the bw* and
cbeapcat machine in nee.
Having enlarge! my business lam now pre
pared to execute all orders without delay. I
warraet all my work no one need take a gar*
meat after it has been ordered unless it fit*.
CUTTING DONE AT ALL TIMES.
Good people of town awd cotiatry give me a
ealL I work cheap and sell cheap.
OPPOSITE THE CITY BAKERY,
On Bash Street. Red Wing.
P. S. I keep on hand a largo stock of
china needles. twi*i sod thread.
•let aSSvftyl JOHN NORO.UIST.
AT THE BLCFFMILLS,
WING, O O
Tho enbaenber has lately fitted ap the opper
orr of Grants, Danlela St CVa Mfll wltb tbe
LLOYD'S H1W STEEL PLATR,
Vommty €et*r«4 M« *r th«
UNITED STATES. CANADA8, AND NEW
From' recent surveys, completed Aiw. 10.
}^i i|8«2^ coatt*»,0ie to engrave itt and one y«ar*»
Mwjteii,,Md aei|*jfrtiws fa* price of thy
cents 870,0W namffrf are«n«ravrd on this map.
It not only a Co-Jnty Map, but It is nine
aeii* at tU
COUNT? AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States and Cauadas combined ia
EYERy RAILROAB STATION,
and distancea between,
OuaTaatoeawy woman or man $8 to $5 par
day, and will take back all maps that caanTt
be *old, and refund the money.
Send lor $1 worth and try It.
Printed^instructions how to canvass will
be furnished all our agents.
WantiHl—Wholesale agenu in every StaU.
California, Canada, England, France aadSff
A ortune may bo made with a few hunirad
dollars capital. No competition,
•'. H. H. LLOTO, No. t64, Broadway, N. Y.
The War Department uses our Man of Vir
ginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania—coat
$l00,G00-on wbich is marked Antieum Creek
Sharpaburg, Maryland Height. Willlamaport
Ferry, Bkorersville, Noland's Ford, Snd aU
others on the Potomac, and evcrv other nlac*
»n Maryland, Virginia, and Pannsylvania or
TOPGRA PB1CAL MAP OF KENTUCKY
OHIO, INDIANA, AND ILLINOIS,
iatLsonlyanthority for Gen. Bnell and tha
*ru «P* Money refunded to anv
one finding an error in it. Price 50 cants.
'•LLoyPa Map of Virginia, Maryland, and
Pecn«ylv»nia is very large its co/t i. twenty
five cents, and it is the best which can
LLOYD'S GREAT MAP OP THE MISSW,
From actual Sarveyn by Capts. Bart and Bow.
en, Mississippi River Pilots, of St. Louis. Mo..
shows every man'a plantation and owner's
aame, trom St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico-
1,850 milea—every bar, town, lnndimr and "all
place. 20 miles back from the'river^loredii
counties and States. Price, $1 Jn sheets-Ja
to give entire satisfaction.
CECi88KldLr S S S
Washington, Sept. 17th, 1862.f
T..LLOTO-Mtt:_,Send me your Mapofths
Mississippi River, wit price per hundred cop
ies. Rear-Admiral Charles TEL Dim, eori^
manding the Mississippi squadron, is author
ized to purchase as many ^aare required for
the use of that squadron.
of the Navy.
On Spring Creek, two and a half mlloa frcus
This superior(water) Flour and Grist MUlia
now prepared with all modern improvements
for doing the boat of work. And all work dona
and HONEST millor
never toll the griit bat once,
O E O
Flour, Corn-Meal, Bran, Shorti of the best
E S A A N N
Rod W»ng, for sale cheaper thancan be bou*b«
at any Millinery, Dry Goods and Grocery store
»n the city. We must supply the market.
PHELPc* & GRAHAM,
September l.tlS61. Proprietor..
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUB
O S CHEAP.
Havingreturned from the Eastern Markets will
ularge stoek of
SPRING Sr SUMMER GOODS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
which we offer to the citizens of «oadhue and
surrounding Counties cheaper than srtr bsfere.
FOR CASH I
To assure tbe community, that we mean what
)E£*&lm*}*Tr*dP?m Maoaia^rrof A N E WooaheU MaT^ Bapnainaae.
Saab, Door ModVJWodow-fraiooa, D*r- diately.for whicheaeh wttlfe?ald.
Frame*. Mouldings. Drea* Flooring and Sldinc, U. ntJKCH A «r.
toT* A good •omttiaut alway* on heed
Trnaoio sine -ii ins I 11 oaft mi ii
£?i&&W& »«*vebeeo sold heretofore
for 15 and cents-for 11}* cant*.
11 lbs. of rood ISnear for One Dollar,
bought in Milwankee or Chicago at wholesale,
and everything else at exceedingly low price*.
Cal» andjudgo lor yourselves at the store of
JOHN H. MUE1.
N. B.—I am also Agent for Evans A Aden*
celebrated Galena CK08S CUT and
which we will warrant to give better *atifso
turn than any other Plows made or sold la
Goodhue County. JOHN H. MUES
LITERY AND EXCHiNCE,
Plum strut, hetue fourth «y F/th strvU,
lied Wing, Xiooeaota.
The subscriber ha* leased theold atane
formerly used by W. 8. Grow.and hao
best stocked stable wt-t of the MlasiaslppL
Fiver. To pleasure seekers or traveller* I can
tarnish a*good "Turnouts" (ho county
»«S:va.tf J. F. WMQHT.
J08T RECEIVED AT
A fine lot of
ROLLING HOOPS, BIRD CAGES, die..
Dfreet from the Mannfaetorir, wbteh will bo
SH-*%?&" oall aaothem.
Near tho Corner ef Bras aad Mai» STBBBT*.
*1W JSJfJ*?* MINN, otlvtilw
JUST raeelved from tbe* m. LmmJwMrliaa.o?gMV»
•i andforsale. Urgo lot ef Dried Peaokaa.
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