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LLOYD'S NEW STEEL PLATE,
ii ^»J»it* Mar «ff the
IGNITED STATES, CANADAS, AND
"irvey*, completed Aug. 10,
J*"- coat $2J,0.',0 to engruve it undone yoar's
toany §10 mapevermadobyColton
ot Mitchell,and a Up at the low pricei of Hffyc
cents 370.00O names aresngravedonthismap.
„,„ Jtis not only a Comty Map. but it is alo a
.COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP
o,f the United States uu-i Cunadus combined in
EVERY RAILROAD STATION,
und distances botwoon. '•'-:s
Guarantee m\y woman or man $3 to $5 per
day. and will take bacli ail mapB that cannot
"bo old", and refund the money.
Send for p\ worth and try it.
Printed instructions how to canvass will
be furnished all onr agents*
Wanted— Wholesale agents in every State,
California, Canada, England, France and Cuba
A. fortune may bo made with a lew hundred
dol/ars capital. No competition,
Ii. H. LLOTO, No. 164. Broadway, N. Y.
The War Department ues our Map of Vir
gtnia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania—coat
SI00,000-on which is marked Antietam Creek,
Sharpshurg, Maryland Heights Williamsport
Ferry Rhorersvilla., NnhmrPa v-n,A .all
Ferry,, Rhorersvilla Noland'* Ford, and/
others on tlie Potomac, and every other place
in Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or
TOPGRA PHICAL MAP OF KENTUCKY
tos'ive entire satisfaction.
tj»e maniytemont of EXPERIEN
.^PlfO.fJH E O
whKhwe offer to tho .itiz,n* of (loedhnaand
surrounding Counties cheaper thane ver before,
To assure tho community, that we mean what
.•HoM 'ffth I
OHIO, INDIANA, AND ILLINOIS,
is the only authority for Gen. Buell and the
War Department. Money refunded to anyM
one finding an error in it. "Price 50 cents.
"LLoyd'a Map of Virginia, Maryland, and
Pennsylvania is very large its cost is twenty
five cents, and it is the best which can be
purchased."—TKIBUWS, Aug. 3d. E. WHITNEY,
LLOYD'S GREAT MAP OF THE MISSIS- S I ..
fclPPI RIVER, EMERY & Co.,
From actual Surveys by Capts. Bart and Bow- u^Jr^l^.''
en. M.ss.ss.ppi River Pilots of St. Louis, Mo, S ,IOCH8TE?LKU
shows every man's plantation ar.d ewner's
name, from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico—,
1-'!•" miles—every bar,) town,, landing amM allll 1
ies. Rear-A.I mi ral Charles "il. Davis, com
manding the Mississippi squadron, is author
ized to purchase as many as are required lor
the use of that squadron.
GIDEON A ELLES, Secretary of the Navy.
On Spring Creek, two and a half miles from
This suporiorf water) Flour and Grist Millia '^l^rt^rTi^m^n^^MMi'vril
now prepared .with all modern improvement lustrated Circulars
tor doing the best of work. And all workdon« BENNET BROTHERS
"OWBOT inillew, wha
never foil the^mt bat once.
*.v ,F]?»r-0orn-Mcal, Bran. Shorts of the best
quality and fresh ground, always oa hand at
the Warehouse of
Red Wins, for sale cheaper thancan be bought
at any Millinery. Dry Goods and Grocery store
in th« city. We must supply tho market.
PlIiELPa & GKAIIAM,
September lBt 1SG1.
H.0W IS THE TIME TO P,Uy XOXJR
y: GO DS CHEAP.
Iluvingreturned from the Eastern Market* will
a larjro stock of
SPJUXG $ SUM MER GOODS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
QU KENS WARE,
that we can sell vou a»
good CALICOES as have been sold heretofore
for 15 and !2»a' cents-for U^ centa..
COFFEE and TEA as low at rotml »s o.n bethe
aonght in Mihvaukeo or Ch)«gb at wholesale,
an I cvonthinjr else at exceedingly low prices.
Cal» aiHljudgi lor yourselves at the store ..f
JOHN H. MUES.
3 in X»lo-cirL_,
which we will warrant to civc bettor satifac
tion than any other Plows made or sold ta
Gaodhne \.i,nty. JOHN II. MCES
t»VERY Am EXCHANGE
Fiver. Topseasur,. mekars W lti\eBH^SI
fnrnJsh as good "Turn Outi" as, tho eountil
JWT RECEIVED AT
»1*9 Aeciit for Evwmt-A Adama7 .nun,v Populu'" wor.- i.n. th.,e. Englisjh languairel
Cetobratod Galena CROSS CUT and Price**ictsi,i nn».-..»!k^
I one 8 cent stamp,for three tor
fcv S T* r»
W 3 a
pact, perfectly simple and for fii
last THIKT\ YEARS, and COSTNOTIUNO lor
.-TCES-^OO. $»4'». ntid *170.
Flour Bolt for smallest MiII. $50 ext-a.
Tilti llOltsfe POVVKU
Ha proved itself to be the best ever invented
he friction is jf*$uced by 1RO A S so
urranged in all an g« that the wlml».
weisrhroi theca»tjn4rarijnsupon E E
O N S A at the end of .. ten feet
lever will th power in motion us per-
it in the ENTIRE' STBKNO of the horses to
bo used on th machine to be driveu* Our.
O SE will do as work on this power as
TWO on the un'dhcsa Chai I I S POR
A E and a be u*ed IN THE KIKLD a« well
is in the house. More tIvan W E N I E
PE CENT." of paved over any
other use. I a slnrpte in construe
tion, and not liable to get out of order
Price of for 1 to 4 horses, #12 5
jPfjce Of for I %o S horses. $17 5
E $ 1 2 5 O W E W I I E A N TNRESHIN O
A I N E E E N E I S GUARANTEVIV TO
I E SATISFACTION 011 E MONEY W I E E
I I HU
places _'o milos back from the river—colored in GE*TS.—With two horses on your Anti-frie
comities and States. Price, $1 in
NAV DEPARTMEN .see a power that runs with O rittr friction
Washington Sept 17th 156-2.
Washington, Sept. 17th. 1S62.I and' consequentl,y with so little strain upon the
J. T. LLOTD—Sm:- Send me your Map ofth borses. W. P. COOPER,
Mississippi JJiver. wita |irice per hundred cop- Sup't. I th & loth St. Pass ii. li. Co
Green Bay. Wis.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
.»„ Shunesville. Ohio.
MOSCHLEU,•••• Mount Eaton,
in tion Power, we drive your No. 1 Mil, prind-
pocKet torm. and S-'.oO on linen, with rollers, injr 15 BUSHELS or CORN PER noua.and ru* ith'rgo
Keauy bept. 20. quantity of bay at the same time. I have never
NAVY DEPARTMENT, .seen a power that runs with so Vittre friction.
CLOSTEB N. J.. Jan. '9.1862.
RENNET BROTHERS, GENTS.—I am
MESSRS. .... ..........
very much pleased with the Power. It runs
easier than any other Power in this vicinity
i«nd with the same horses will do nearly, or
quite rwice as much work. 1 run my Thresher
at 1.B00 revolutions per minute and a 24 inch
Croas-cut Saw. at 1,200revolutions.
Yours truly, PETEK J. WHITE.
g??"On a I Orders Received before Oct.
1st. 1H62, the Frcisht will b. Prepaid to
Chicago or any other Point on Lake
Libefkl discount to dealers a^.
wanted. State. Couiityit»d*hop Riwbts for sale
n"2v6:3m 42 and 44 Greene St., New Yor
QUARTERLY MlRUU.( of FASHIONS
WITH OKEAT IMPROVEMENTS ANO ADDITIONS,
the summer umber contains
urLar«eiunl Splendid Fashion-Plates
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valuable mfcrinatiou toAUlilaer,,
kers, Mothers, and Ladies generally, present
ing the largest and best Fashion Magazine in
the world, published 473 Broadway, and sold
every where, at 25 ets., ,or uent by mail prist
free, on receipt of tho amount, in stamps or
silver. Yearly $1, with the following valuable
Each yearly anbwriher will bo entitled to a
rec.-ipt for the selection of 50 cts. worth of
plain patterns, from the- teMcrns in the book,
or from the show room, or they may bw order?
ed and -en' by mail anytime during the year.
by paying the postage.
Spe'ndi.l Indu-'eme^tsto Canvassers,
Grntnt Irdiral Circular
Dr. Jackson's Female PHJ.Cone dollar per
bo*—SEND FOIl ClRCCLAk.
Dr. JacksonVfleient'al Liniment, a great
mvigorator of Genital Organs-«END FOR CIB
Speoial written Replies, well sealed.sent wi'.h
Circular, without charge, fine or th*
cheapest imst interesting and important books
ever pnblMhod 809pagea. I«xenirravine8-The
Mountain or Light, or Medical Protector and
Marrmii* Gui e. and an Explicit Key to Love
and Beauty." It SATISFACTORILY reals
various subjects. never beforle fully cxnlained
-..,__.. ..» .,.. ii is
in .. 1 i-
lllln ilill nn. (.•-... .^...t.s...a i.<p></p>Fuil
one dollair andl three. S s-. des
crabed in CLr-ular. evor an
should have, whether slch or
MetUnine with instriK'ti-.n^. sent promptly to
any part ol tho a on I ms
the Dispensary N 167 S a re
O. Bo N £*$.
S A E
O N S O A
County of it g*
T«HT i|r* f«r. Doll*.
H»LLIN« HM»ps. BIRD CAGES.*,...
Mann actorv. which will be
*«ld cheap. Please call an.l nee them.
j&e*r th» Com *t Bc»u and MAIS STBBKT*
»AS7 RED WING, MINN^ etlv«:ly
d»*tely.f*r which cash will paid
t+f,. THpftT reeeived. from the St. l^ai* luarkkt
e* nndr|Mfcle,a large tot of Dried Peavh«a
whieh w» prepee* to ^11 cheaper than, van
& t^^^?,l,! 4? «vNcir* co.* .*»
J4 F. WVRIGIITu
»U Wic^. Sept. ?v
,„, '"r.0™ ,rt'
last spring light b»*c«-!or. a small white tl,
or give Inbrnuition a. to wl^re .he may JiVL^™
.. 7 3
on the n^e roW, 7bf^kt!Pbcte?BooC
c«nuu,,ag *veral uo«, »*a biile at accon^u!'
7 lars and sevcity^^htccenta which amount
to be diia. ancTIs "due
mi TJ a cf r» .. -n rcrry.o lierKune county the Stat V..
Three Full-Sized Pattern* if Dresses York, mortgag e, which slid m*rT*gld*L
I **onpri»iing the'': bears date on the 5th dav af January^ A
New Frenrli Wa?4. an F.feknnt Sleeve,
ANO A M1SSFS SAf'K" ^office of the Regjstpr of Deeds, in anu
A.N.J A Mi^sjib hACK, tor
And a ^heotof New and Beautiful 30th day of June, 185S, at 9 o'clock A.
Ipttcr |infc*« for two
3 cent fct»uin.
DR8. JACKS»N. HEKilKRt & CO.. Pro:
prietorsof tho National Dispensary, establish
ed Cincinnati. O.. Jan. \. '."( cure all-privute
diseases witk tin-xampled rapidity. We ar
antee to cure Gonorrhea. (»!eet» Syphillis. 1m
potency, Nocturnal Emissions, or i^elf-Abuse
OTSMNAL Emlxsiona, ftcmale -Complaint* in
short, every possible form..\nd variety of S«sn
lar Disease. Dure* rai id, thorough and per
manent, and fees moderate. Send for our Cir
cular—FIFTEEN large S in. bv 11 Jn. letter
pages, of. varied,, valuablT ai:d ITEKESTING
--—, at the date of
this notice, on a corcaln indenture ot mortgage
beuring date on t«e t»th ?ay of July, A.
1858. executed by John H. Degarmo and Mary
of Goodhue. State ot
!°Jeunis 8. Slingerlund, of the
ER And whureaa tho said SHngrlan3 ie still fche
m- owner an.l hoider ot *aid mortgage and theMobt
ill the.eby secured, and no action at li^Tof other
b.tviinr been iiisr.it.m.n/'l tn r,v./u
Dated September-17. 18t2.
TEUMS S. SLINGERLAND,
II. W. PRATT, Attorney. v7uSw7
THE STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Good
hue, District Court, First Judicial District.
I N the matter of the application of Williarr.
Freeborn an Insolvent Jcbtor.for a discharge
from his debts, pursuant to the provision* of
of Chapter 7t of the compiled statutes of the
State of Minnesota, entitled. Relief of in
To the creditors of said William Freeborn an
Please take notice, that np»n reading and ril
ing the petition.schedule, inventory and attda
vit of William Freeborn a resident of-aid county
and State, praying to be discharged lrom his
debts, pursuant ta the provisions of chapter
7U of the compiled Statutes ot the State oi
Minnesota.entitled Relief of insolvent debt
ors." an order wai made on the 2itii da ot
July, A. D. 1862, by the Hoo. S. J. R. Mc
Millan, Judge of the District Conrt for the
First Judicial District of said State, requiring
the creditors of said William Freeborn to show
canseif any they have, before the said Judge
at the Court House in the city of Red Wing"ia
said county on the 2nd day of Do 'ember. A
D. 1362, at 10 o'clock of that day, why an as
sigiinent of the said Insolvents estate sho' Id
be not made, and he be discharged from"his debts
pursuant to the said chapter
the comp let]
statutes, and that notice thereof be givwn bv
publish.ng the contents ot said order in th
newspaper published in the city of St. Paul,
Ramsey county, the seat of government of sai.l
State, called the "St. Patil Press and in thea
odhae Volunteer." a newspaper published
in Kcd Wing in said GeQdhue County, for ten
successive weeks, once in each week before sueh
ted at Red Wing, Goodhue coantv. Min
nesota this 2ithday ot July, A. 1862
WM. W. I'JUELFB,'
n4v7:10w Att'y for said Insolvent.
YK IIEREAS default has been made in the
conditions of a certain mortgage dved
made, executed and delivered by John F. Brad
fodr. o' Ramsey County, in the'then Territory.
(now State) of Minnesota, mortgagor, to Stua'i
Perry.oif Herkimer county,. in the Stateeoof Ni-w.
ackri«wledsfbd,-wa» duly rcco'rd
,d Goodhue county, Minnesota, on the
in date the •.'6th day of? 1857. and
payable April 1st. 185S, it interest at the
rate of t.re per cent per and after a
turity at the rate ot rive percent per till
paid -t and which said mortgage together with
said promissory note as on $M\ day ot
a i860 duly assigned transferred and set
over by the said Stuart Perry, by W L. Wilson
his Attorne in fact, to II. i[.,blitzell. who
is now the owner an.l holder of ^aid note an.)
said a was duly
acknowledge-! am rcc«»rdod in the office of the
Register ot Deed and tor said county ot
Goodhue on the hiy of March ISrtl, at 9
o'clock A M. that a in the 2nd book of
miscellan records on page i^-J.
A is there it now claimed to due
and is due upon f.ai.1 note and mortgage in
principal and interest, at the time of tlnfdat
of this novice the sum of one hundred and
Uinety-MS dollars and forty-three «euts( slUt
An whereas said mortgage contains a power
of sale authorizing t'he-said uiort-ragee or his
assigns, iu case default be made in the a
of said sum oi §7rs.7 or the interest or an
part thereof according to the conditions ot.-aid
promissory note, to sell the p-emise hereinaf
ter described and no suit or proceedings at
a having been instituted to recover said debt
or an part thereof.
N therefor, notice is hereby iv that
virtue of the poiver of sale contained -aid
mortgage and pursuant to the statute in such
case made and provided, the said mortgage
premises which are deserih|W ii,
A is a Ciroular intended for ladies Mot four 4 in section 7 to one
hundred and 1112) raugeh ventee 117)
west, containing thirty 3 0 H-.TCS more or less
according to the survey thereof,
in a .d being in tile of Goodhu and
territory (no State ot Minnesota will be
«ol at public auvtion to the highest bidder by
theSheritfofsanTcouhty of at the front
door of the Court House, in the city of Red
nice a mareCo*t.ene vo»r old taThL 1
bend wiU.nsaa.ubiy rewarded. 1&™?™}!c1*l ***.**** Plaiutia"
J«»GN W-AT^iV 1
O *KVT Ri in»r -t 7H I**I*??' »nn»m? ^nr th* iOth day of I
MiWV A .s-a.y. A. w. i?-w. Pated Red*Wini
a ax ttUUfv A jJo.y A K*5» Date Red«Wii^ Goedhee
eoVr^TL*"0dr**" P*lrab,« «"»nr»l di*er*i
tent panic*, and «ro vortnle*. to any nereoni r^VllKN
W me wiB a«»ahlr rewarU^l. one year a«o. a «.*H two
**. \#. UUAMi.\ Miasa color it tacic wi»Ji
•aTv vTn»tf I'Mwa^'Mtfoathe bellyv Said aieer asrajeS
__—. 1 naee^ne rdaoe na »i .rv *aid at erahwattfct tiaw
notel. Apalr toffr'^T.
iz Th equal undivided Galf of
iw-v»»«wijfo|»a tollows vi Th equal undivided Balfb
W in said county of Goodhu and Sta-e of
Minnesota, on a the 2d day of Octob r,
l^fijJ. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day]
to satisfy the a due on said note and'
mortgage and th« disbursements a by
4 a w. St a A 2Htk. 13'i2.
I I O E E
Assigne of Mortgagee
O O S E & A I E S
A for A&sign.o.
N O I E O A O N E N
he above sale hereby adjourned until
ielnesday. tho 22d d» of October, 1612 at
the place an I time of day above
Date Red Wing Oct. id. lSo2..
Tn Joseph Sfotper
are hereby notified that a writ of at- SUMMONS FOR MOXEY DEMAXD
O E E
Assignee of Mortgagee
,C»ooKe is A W I E S
Atty' for Assign««:
Summons for moe
of Minnesota yon are
Plaintfff. |*J» crapuint in this .ction. «h^|?filled in
S A COLT.' in a in
f^TRAVF.D Krom FeathwtoiHi Prairienb*»t^?JH ™»™T- «ui to rve a of yonr
3 three w«ks Mas. a mmtmto!*™"™*??^^***
&•* of the District Conrt for
wmpleim on tbetobsjibw
in the ror,hW, wiih-blik^»1ane and Ll *, H««rviee of thissam
WboeeeftwiH return too **f*f &$££ S S viJS S "£&*
Wing, in saidceentv. with,
*n*we'' *abl com-
judgment against voa-,neyear
POBLISHBD At RED WIHO E CODH.
TY, MlNNBiOTA, BVEBV WBDSE8DAT.
J. If. PAKKF^,
wu having-been instituted to reoowerAthne *aid
debt so secured or any part thoroojfj Notice is
hereby given that the premises cWerihed in
and covered by said Mortgage, to ^jt the
Westone-hilt part of the north-wert quarter
and tne south-east quarter of Ihe north west
quarter of section No. twentyl^ight (&)and
the soutl.-oast quarter of the nArtfceant quar
ttr ofsection No. twenty-nine (29)j in township
one hundred and uiiie(lOi)) north oi raligeNo.
seventeen (17) west, containing one h.jidred
and sixty (IfiO) aores," will be -old to the high
est bidder for aash at tho front door of the
Cour' House, in tbe-t-ity- O'' Ked Wing, in said
Goodhue cquuty. on the sixth day of Novem
ber, A. H. 1862, at 2 o'clock P. M. of that day
t# satisfy said amount so secured by said niort
gag« with interes*.costs and disbursements ne
cessarily incurred by reason of this foreclosure
is intended to Be 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 A W S
Proceedings of the City Council, County Com
missioners, and of the State 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 Marketsin the coun
try. And this item alone is worth more to
every farmer in the Comity than
TWICE TnE PRICE OF A PAPER.
As an Advertising medium, the VOLUHYEER
CANNOT BE EXCELLED. It has a large and rapid
ly increasing circulation, its circulation is, to
greatextcnt, confined to the
where the people principally TRATIE AT E
W I S Thos wishing to advertise their busi
ness will do to patronize
I HE VOLUNTEER
We are prepared1 to- &o any and all kinds of
Plain an& JFamcy
We have a large and Splendcd Assortment" of
All.Job Work done at this Oir.ce will be done
promptly, «nd is Warranted togive entire sat
isiaction. havecon«tai tlyon ban I, or will
innt to order, all kinds of Legal Blanks.
Mmtgagff?, with or without Waiver,
Cliittttl Mortgages, Deeds,
We will print to order on the short*
ist notice and at site lowest prices,
Bill Heads*. Bills of Lading,
Hand Bills, Letter Heads,.
Show Bills,. R-ceipts,
Or anything else that was ever done in
a Printing Office.
O S raoK-rriE COCWTRY O I
1862. PROSPECTUS 18G2.
A FIST CLASS WBSTERN NEWSPAPER,
Ueroted t-» News, Commerce. PoUttc
Agriculture, Science uuii Literatore
tbaroa at the rate of «f ten. r»te of 50.)
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domt.lwr.ice and humanity Improvement of
the Mental. Moral and Physical condition of
the masses perpetuity of the Union, obedience
to the Cnnstituti^n. and supremacy of theers.
Laws No Compromisse witn' traitors Free-
Honest-men for oifictfs Economy in Govern
meni Asmnd Currency and "Death to allthe
Wild-cat Shinplasters," and the prosecution
of the War against Treason until the last Bebel
ha* laid down.- his arms.
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ness of intelligence, variety and value of in
formation, fullness and accuracv of commercial
matter an 1 in whatever ese goc* to make up
a rirst-Class Newspaper, The Tribune dial
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Sheet Music, Music Books, Merchan
dise, and all kinds of Musical
Instruments, at the lowest
The Horace Waters' Modern ImprovedOver
IRON FRAME PIANOS
are justly pronounced by the Press and Music
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built of'the best and most thoronshly seasoned
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t^nols very deep, round full and mellow the
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ears. Price*from §200 to*7oi). Second-hand
glo,00 Pianos at groat bargains 25, 40, 50, l:«0,115,
and two banks :f key«i, 20n
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banks of keys, pedal bass, four and
six taps, 250. 275 and 80.» dollars.
These Metodeons remain in tune along time.
Each Melo febii warranted for three vcars.
THE ALEXAXDKR ORGAN
Is a reed instrument, corresponding in power
and compass to the ordinary 16 leetpipe Organ.
All who have *ny knowledge of the Piano can
perform upon this instrument without difficulty
the key-bourd being the same us that ot thestract
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Sabbath Schools, Lodges, Seminaries and
Teachers. Tne Trade supplied on the most
HORACE WATERS, Agent,
833 Broad\ya}, New York.
TH A S O O BELL
New Singing Book for day schools, called
the Day School Bell, is now ready. It con
tains about 2»9 of choice'Songs, Rounds Cathes,
Duetts, Trios, QaartettsaBd Choruses, many
of them written expressly for this work, be
sides 32 pages of the Elements o.' MHSHJ. The
Elements are so easy and progressive, that or
dinary teachers wiil iind themselves entirely
•enccessfal in instructing even young scholars
to sing correctly and scientifically, while the
tunes and words embrace BOjjfcJM varietv ot
lively, attractive and soul agfJMf music und
sentiments, that no trouble will be experienced
in inducing all beginners to go on with zeal in
acquiring skill in one ol the most health-giv
ing, beauty-imprSvrng. happiness-yelding and
order-producing exercises of school life. In
simplicity of its elements, in variety and udop-
and Songs are given in a circular send an 1 A
It is compiled by HORACE WATERS,
PTTT7' 7 A getone I is compiled by HORAC
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School Bells," Nos. 1 an
*''2-, "v ha th enormou sal lux™
A lo I will be
Tru to Thee.-' I Drea of my Mothe an.l
my Little Lizzie Dies
N Jenny' Comin o'er the Green,'
and W a Leved One Cone,
Stephe C. Foster Son of the Contrabands
•, Let my Peopl 6 0 as by them at Ft
Monroe, with parody on tho a me Pleasan
Words for a so and chorus bv Roberts
Rock me to Sleep, Mother.' by Kan O'Don
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Fla of our Unio Forovf.r Wha they do
at the Springs.' a a in he Scien
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0 months of its publication. I is
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el A 1
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Chicago, Prairie Do Ckiea
ST. PAUL RAILWAY LINE:
MOST DIRECT ROI^TE
FBOM ALL POINTS IN
AND ALL POINTS
The advantages of this route, fiom all peinta*
on th* Upper Mi«*ii*ippi to Chicago and the
East, are superior to those offered byany com
Nocbange of Caraiamadc between Frairl
du Chien and Chicago.
The Splendid Fhat Glaaa Steamert of the
du Chifen arid St. Paul Packet Line
»uperior to all others on the Upper Mlasieaippi).
for speed, comfort and convenience, make di
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do Chien. •-. 1
By tb'm route.passengers are enabled U-eacb
Chicago aaqaick as by any other getting a
fall night's rest ane breakfeat, oa board the
Steamers making the cfaanim fmrneutm.r*.
to Care by daylight, and a voidrnrall
The distance from St. Panl to CHcaro b«
thi«» route miJea. The dittanee wSi tbV
L. Crosse and Milwaukee Baiiroodie 4««m,l...
Oeer one mile of Omnibus Trneelic incnr'cdi
taklngtherente «fe 1^ & S
fheee facta tkis Line to-K least
W eatern Traveling Oeeeral Ticket
Agent. Agent, Milwaukee
H. HOFFMAN eV CO.,
4i *ne?48 de STj,, Mm York Oik,. n4ie«.ff I
BALBy ii oneki of DriedwAyytae,rwhlck*
oiler cheaper than the same haa bee*
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