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A O N A A W
RKD W INU, .MINNESOTA
0 JL U. McCLU UE,
Attorney* A Cuiiuseloi'K at Law
*K1* WIN J, MINNESOTA.
«,-»i«i»l»ttjri:ioM »iven to the collection oi
1A! n* afiiustthc United State^vt'or I'AY AND
.1JNriT »i".o|.|ierskilled in Kattleor dying
*».!i* icrriea of the Government.
S«« iu lirani's UJV» building, nextdoor to
A* rJjJ WLugilouse.
»fnij(, March 3th. IS01. tf
*»«einTho UoodliHo VolunUor Vnuiding
ATTonxu AT LAW.
jaSTICB OK THE PEACE.
Wm4 Winxy Miiinexota.
t^eeiml attention stiven to collecting.
I I I I ON MAIN STUfcKT.
l»4*» Street, Uteeen Jf*U «*J Third Street*,
Brig & Boo Store,
\Dr. A. B. JOXE&,
in Drags. Medieines. Toilet Arti
l, Oebool. Medical, and Miscaltaneons
LTerlodieal* Blanks. FanryGoods,Pho-
Alheras, Wall Paper, Ac., Ac.
ftelWfaf.Boe.a, lMt. rTnieiy
ftkMMhsndred and sixty acre* of land fifteen
KJi nU** frosa Sad Wing o« the Znrobrot*
lUaaT. Thiaisarareehaaca to get a
i»a&«w,alssa| laqaira at thia
C- J. AVUHfe,
RED WING, MJNMESOTA.
CAMNDAK—Ihll term, Sept. 3, 1S63. Winter
term, Dec. 8,1863. Spring term. March 16,1864.
Fall term of 18U4, Sept. 7. Winter term of 1S64,
Send for a Catalogue. Letters of inquiry
Rsv. JABEZ BROOKS, A. M..
R. FIELD, Proprietor,
Ko hat been newly fitted and fnrn
MMIJ an I it but two squares frum the!
•MeiaWoet Laadin?. A good Stable is cotrU MBR0TYPES.
•aeted Wish the houne. Baggage conveyed to .vtoTVDira
—4tf*m the boats free of charge. fvSn21r 4^5?T KS.
aOrlTTG- O 3D.
A. J. CLARK,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
USD WlNO, M'i.NMSOTA.
0%M 0 S A N E I I N E S,i yourselves, have a line lot of Stereseopic
vaivs,oike, «I.AS», Taawrsnae, \^%V
IT n, T» Gallery. All work warranted to suit of no
JJ+StujT*, ffnraad Cloth JSru*he*i charge. Infractions given in the Art.
PATENT MKDIClNES.FANCt SOAP, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Boots and Shoes,
CROCKERY A WOODEN WARE,
Tobacco, Wines & Liquor*,
YANKEE NOTIONS, AC.,
Street, Red Wing, Minn. [n2m6
DANIELS, O W E CO.,
Manufacturers of. and dealers in every ra
Shing MS, Pickets, Ac.
DUY FINISHING LUMBER
Always on hand at the Bluff Mills.
COtiEL & BETCHCR,
Manufacturers of and dealers, in
SASH. DOOP.S & BLINDS.
OiRco and Lumberyard
Corner of Main and Broad Street*.
SAWING, PLANING, MATCHING,
Done to order at oar Steam Mill.
nlOV Nov.l3,'d -ly
Gr. R. STERLING & Co.,
iucc»«orsto 8. ll.Koot,
ftj Wholesale and Retail Dcalemin
LGATflER, & SHOE FINDINGS*
Manufacturersotovcy kind and style of
ifen'*, B»jf$, Women's and Children's Hoot*
Reparing done neatly and at moderate
prices. In the New Brick biilding corner
Main and Plum streets. Come and see as.
O.R.STERLING A CO.
WATCH MAKER AN E W E Ell.
Main St. West of Bush near the P. O.
IttMt Witty* in so a
he •nb'cTibcr hanecrved a regular ap
prenticeship in Europe, and is contldeut of be
ug aUle to givo perfect satisfaction.
ALL WORK. WARRANTED.
Our £. L. Baleft Hardware Store, Maim Street.
RED WING, MINN.
CARTEf DE VISITE,
And all Pietaroa known to the art, taken a*
well in cloudy as fair weather,extent children
which reqaire sun light. My Picturesare sec
ond to none in (he country. Call and see for
TOBACCO, »H«»». I GIOBGJ5 USHER.
•1farfamery»Re.Iand White Lcad,Zinc Paint,*c June 8», 1S«3. v?n49tf
AH»* tr*11 M»ejr a TU»V to ray
Manufactured and for sale by
ASUTON. COOSL A BETCHER,
Near the Kelly House,
BED WING, 9 MINNESOTA.
O THE PUBLIC!
The aabaevlber haa'refitted the
At Ned Wing.aiid anene it for the aceoaaai
Nation ofthe Pablie. A general inritatioej ie
gfvwn togive a trial.
•a4 Wlag, Bee. lot, 18**.
ner» tne Jaeat nahty el
FAHVOTtfT A AON%[
Tee National Debt.
We suppose that, in the natural course of
things, a certain quantity of federal stocks
have found their way to European markets,
but that quantity is limited, and it may be
state in general terms that the federal gov
ernment owes its own people for all the
expenses of the people's war for the pres
ervation of their nationality. The effect of
this fact upon the future of the nation is
not to be lost of in any speculation touch
ing nation's future. The people feel thnt
an enormous national debt is accumulating
which is a burden hsrd to be borne by the
present, and by many future generations.—
Many indulge in the gloomiest forebodings
in regard to thus debt, but they should re
member that there is a great difference be
tween paying interest in the country and
paying interest out of it. The story of the
two Yankee bovs who, finding themselves
shut up together in a room, male fire dol
lars apitee by swappingjack knives before
they came out, does not illustrate the point
exactly, bet thia is clear, that If there was
no money nade by their operations, there
was so much aggregate wealth in the room
at the last as there was.at the first. The
country is no poorer after paying a hun
tired millions of interest money to its own
people, than it was before the taxes were
collected out »f wltieh this interest wfts
paid. The wealth snd resources of the
country are not reduced by the amount of a
If we should come out of this war owing
a thousand millions of dollars to European
capitalists, and should be obliged to pay
sixty millions a year to them in gold, as in
terest, this would constitute a heavy and a
exhauating drain upon the national
resources but if these millions should be
disbursed among" our own people, they
would re enter immediately the channels
of industry and trade, to assist in the work
of raising the annual levy. Wo can, there
tore, askfornothing better than that so
foreigner will accept oar national securi-called
ties,forevery million of dollars held abroad
takes away from the commercial and pro
ductive power of the nation. If, in the
course of events, we win the success which
we expect to win, European capitalists will
speedily and greedily he after oursecurities
and would be a great financial calamity
We are not among those who look doubt
fully toward the financial future of the
country. The fact that our national debt
is all held at home-is at once a warrant for
the stability of the government, and the
prosperity of the peoplei Disruption and
reposition are universal disaster and ruin,
while a government firmly upheld and tax
as punctually paid on securities held by our]
own people, a-e safety and asanred prosper
E O N S I I O N A N E N I I S A S A N A E I E
VOLUME 8. NO, 4s RED WING, GOODHUE COUNTY^MINN., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22., I8fi4. WHOLE NO. 479
From the Springfield Republican. ation will introduce, and the new incen
Ever since the opening of the war, the *ivea
some instances they may have been so,
but the grand motive has undoubtedly been
to cripple the resources of the Federal gov
ernment, and to render difficult the obtain
ng of the sinews of war. They imagined
that no successful war could be waged with
out European money. They did nothead,
dream that America had within herself the
resources for putting down the rebellion,
and they relied upon the witholding of sup
plies for the success of treason. This was
deemed by us, at first, a great calamity, for
Americans themselves were ignorant of
their own power but that which seemed
so much an adversity has proved to be the
greatest possible blessing—a blessing not
only fully charged with present good, but
endowed with th? power of conferring se
curity upon the future.
AH the nation has to do is to set its life
to anew tune. The productive power of
great Britain and France is no whit abated
by the immense public debts which- they
respectively carry. They at* rich and
ttistja, and they owe mainly
their pablie debt to their own people. In
deed, t£ey assist in carrying the publicab^ami
debts ofother nations besides thair own
er* smsllir enterprise nasi feebler
rhem the trade, production
lbs sflhs neliiiaal lisiseij
skatyasjsaOil to Ike tree coder of
see baeewsBeeweere tots
resources as could be achieved under the
most favorable circumstances.
Indeed, it may be doubted, whether, un
der the new motives to economy which tax-
British and continental journals in ay mpa
thy with the southern rebellion have can
tioned to capitalists of Europe against hav
ing anything to do with American securi
ties. These securities have been persist
ently decried as worthless, and the effect
ofall this depredation has been such as the
journals desired. It matters little whether
these cautions were sincere or and her people are indisputably
industry and enterprise which it
will be sure to inaugurate, the country
would be more prosperous without taxation
than with it. England and France were
never more prosperous then when carrying
their heaviest national debts, and there is
no reason to believe that America will
share a harder destiny, for her natural re
sources and advantages are far greater than
their equals or superiors in Intelligence and
Copperhead State Convention. -r
Since it has been demonstrated beyond a
doubt, that an Elephan*. can stand on hisof
and also walk a rope, the cops of this
State have oocluded to hold a State' Con
vention at Des Moines, commencing on the
16th day of June and ending when "sod
corn" runs out. The ''Menagerie" will
open with a "moral exhibition'' of "living
wondors'' of God's amazing grace, together
with a superp collection of "will animals"
and "rare birds" of the male persussion.
The Zoological and Ornithologicial speci
mens, will be complete. Th& "African Ele
pliant," which is supposed to be some "kin"
to the "nigger in the wood pile," will be
under the control of Lysander W' Rabbitt,
of the Council Bluff* Bugle, who will draw
its "R:\tiens"' and seo that the "war
horse" does not tramp on its tail. The only
"Arabian Came's*' in America—the War
Democrats—will ba, as was "advertised,"
"attached to this Grand Exposition." -Pro
fessor Scared in-the countenance, will onter
the "Den'' of those performing Lions, Leop
ards, Tigers, Panthers and Cougars, at ten
o'clock, A. M., on the morning of the 16th
of June. The "higher law doctrine''being
entirely ignored by this troupe, no one need
hold his breath, in expectation of hearing
snmething "offered up The Educated
Elephant, Romeo, (Stillson Hulchins,) will
be on exhibition, first of all. He is a niira
cle, and was taught of Jeff. Davis to perform
a variety of feats, such Posturing, Balancing,
Dancing, Grouping, and will ac'ually stand
os his head after which performance the
small fry politicians, known as the "Perfor
ming Ksngaro-s," will be trotted out, snd
exhibit the traits of trained Monkeys and
Cmnicial Mules, and will also enliven and
give test to the more thrilling scenes ofthe
entertainment. The porenpino, hedgehog,
opossums, Asittic jickafs, Syrian goats,
Madagascar rabbits, nnd the African pelli
csns, and will be under Che exclusive con
trol ofthe editor ofthe Keokuk Cn$titu
tion, who wilt stir them up with a long
pole, late from Maryland: The gigantic
Hippopotamus, or "Behemoth," of wliich it
is said (Job 40: 33.) "upon earth there is
ot hi* like," will exhibited freca the open
ing of the Menagrie until Ua close* The
animal was hastily con»'.ructtd, and is sup
posed to be "author" of Henry Clay Dean.
He w»s captured by Bill Merritt, of theing
Des Moines Statesman, when Chief of Jim
Lane's Staff, while chasing negroes out of
Missouri. This rare specimen of the brute
creation (save the Copperheads) is the last
ventage of pre Adamite existence. The
whole to conclude with a aide-splitting faice
the "Democratic 'War Ticket," after
which the show will break up. with instruc
tions from the grand Guy, A S Kutis to
hold "side-shows," in each county ofthe
State, until November next when the peo
ple will "poll" the dirty thing to death.
Admittance—For fools and politicians, an
indefinite amount. Citizens generally no
charge. No "corn" taken at tie door, un
less in a liquid state.' The managers will
not be accountable for accidents.—Burling
The monthly report of the Patent Office
shows the reckliness of American extrava
gance in afrightfui light. Since the first of
January, 1864, there has been imported
EXEMPTION MOXET.—Nearly $40,OCO
has,been paid into the collectors hands by
the drafted men for communication. Only
about half have yet been before the Board,
and at the. same rate the money realized
will be about $80,000
Nearly fifty men have been received, thus
far, and will go into the ranks.—Press-
IMMBNSS MOVEMEXT OP WHEAT.—We
understand that the receipts of Wheat at
the elevator at St. Charles, have, for thesubjects,
last two weeks, averaged five thousand hush-the
els per day, and one day this weak seven
thousand bushels were received.
For the past two weeks six thousand
bushels per day have been received, by rail,
at the elevetor in Winona, and about five
thousand bushels per"day have been recei
ved in the same city from wagons. Mak
ing a grand total of eleven thousand bushels
wheat as the daily receipts at Winona.
We are informed: by a gentleman who
came out from Winona a day or two since,
that it is truly astonishing to see the num
ber of wagons loaded with wheat on their
way to Winona. Rush it in while the price
is up.— Chatfidd Democrat.
The Winnebago City Homestead say that
the proceeds of the recent Saaitary Fair in
that place netted a to'al of $300.
Tun citizens of Rochester contributed the
sum of $287 50 to the St. Louis Fair.
We find the following item in an East
The President has recently pardoned
twenty-seven of the Minnesota Indians who
were concerned in the great ma=sacree and
confined in the barracks at Rock Island,
IDAIIO.—It is estimated that no less than
orte hundred and fifty teams,, have passed
through this place within past ten days,
bound for Idaho. They will concentrate at
Fort Ridgley or Camp Pope, where Col.
Fis is expected soon to join them with an
escort.—St. Tetcr Tribune.
A PARTY of four persons who went on a
trouting excursion the otiiEr day, brought
back, as the result of their efforts with the
ang'e, two hundred and sixty five large
speckled trout, and one enormom rattl e
snake, also speckled* The reptile referred
to sported sixteen rattles, which are now
on exhibition at the Winona County Rank
as atrophy of the skill and valor of the
cashier Of that Institution .--^Winona Re
ALL of our State exchanges speak of the
heavy current of emigration setting into
the interior counties of Minnesota. The
entire refgon south ofthe Minnesota river,
down to the Iowa line and west to the Da
kota boundary, is being populated at a rate
never before equaled in the history of the
State. A large nuraer of emigrants, direct
'rom Ncrw.iy, arrived here on Wednesday
morning, by steamboat, and on Tuesday
about seventy five wagons, each containing
a family, cross the river at La Croose, all
bound for the Slue Earth country. In ad
dition to such pleasing facts as these, we
have most encouraging reports from all
quarters of the State concerning the grow
crops. The State concerning the grow
ing crops. The wheat, b)th winter and
spring, is in plendid condition, and promi
ses an abundantyield.— Winona Republican.
AXSLIKO for trout is by no means one of
lost arts in this locality. A party of four
persons brought home two hundred snd
twenty seven .fine tront on Saturday last as
the result of about five hours fishing. We
acknowledge our indebtedness to one of the
lucky fishermen for a half hundred of the
"speckled beauties."— Winona Republican.
'STRAWBER'ES have made th ir appear
ance in our market. 'They dtmppeard very
r%adSTy at* 50 cents per qurrt.—lb
The wheit trada at St. Charles during
the past week was quite activ, and demand
ed good prices. We are informed that
nearly 45,(i00 bushels of wheat were taken
in at the elevatorof the Winona A St. Peter
Rail Road, keeping the elevator employed
to its high st capacity from morning until
mtotheCity of New Yorkfordry goodsand IJUCOSAXTS still continue to come in
wearing apparel offoreignmake the enor- jdaily, „&
mono earn of $34£06, 003, which is nearly iho* i*,,,
baabrouhtoatof boedever im* a fa
gratifying to notice
double of the like imports for the seme pe
riod in 1893, aod more than double of 1862.
This is not all- the raging demandfordress I *"™n:n atnnesota has been aev.gn.
provided with stock,
*he Sixteenth Army Corps, which is
These figures areforgold st par. wbena nastonser ssked the barkeeper
Other import, doling the same three month* Dairixo.-A ne modeef ge ting logs
isflUrtoone aattfcss, ea* this?added to thettomarhet has hem adopted Ap oer lam- S S araUe ui
pet »t eerreeey, erne*Ores harmm Insteei^vrmttogfor a rise•*&£
•ei W to O a
NewYork,ofalI«a«s,to Ik- W Om logsisto Umclme.
e/tvyeiftt Tire C*on-^im all parts ofthe ceoe- It said roes fstorfsetessav to
jty we tear the meetflattering reports from ie tbo kirpeirtmUtoe,toAaaartoi,
itao fcsswlBg crops. The Wheat esse- five tornirsd feet leesj,'
$**&*& tenter, sari the dsmsxa rase to www. asd asating Otfrty laeseead
Caioaeeleet weeh, ow |Lesr wey to|i ••••imi weeaHsWe*eetoeorebtojeeeth
'I Wonder where those clouds are going!'
sighed Flora pensively, as the pointed with
her thin, delicate finger, to the heavy funer
al masses that floated lazily in the sky.
•I think they are going to thunder said
her bio her.'
A Parliament return has just been pub
lished, showing the number and kind of
claims preferred for damages by British
through their Government, against
United States. Amongst them is one
for damages whilst serving as a. policeman
jn New York 1 Another for damages for
being banished from St. Louis .for having
written a secesh pamphlet For capture of
innumerable vessels in attempting to .run
the blockade with arms, powders, etc., for
rebels, etc., etc.
ATROCIOUS CABS OK SEDUCTION.—A vil
lainous school teacher named David May
of Whitewater township, Dubuque county,
Iowa, lat«ly seduced a young daughter of
one of his best friends, nis victim is only
fifteen, and is entente. May has fled, leav
ing a wife and five children. *.Hi? wife has
become insane with trouble.
Nearly fify thousand acres. of land in
Canada have been sown with ffax this year
—ten times as much as last rear.
The rebel General Johnston lately had
twenty five of his m- in Georgia tied to
stakes and shot for trying to desert.-'"
Grinnell of Iowa, in a good speech on tb0
tariff, last Thursday, called on the West
to bring side by side the wool grower and
wool manufacturer. He startled some New
England men by the statement that the
West already had 479 woolen mills to .453
in the East, and he predicted that the cloth
manufacturing empire would be in the Up
per Mississippi Valloy. He showed that
France, with a denser population than ours
kept eight million more sheep than we
pronounced the American Merino the nest
cloth making sheep in the world, and call
ed on bis Western countrymen to estab
lish and pussue an agricultural policy that
should enrich the soil while clothing the
World, instead of wearing out the soil by
raising wheat to feed the world.
Mrs. Arnold, a sister of Stonewa 11 Jack,
son, has been stopping in Wheeling for a
couple of weeks. We learn that Mrs. Ar
nold's husband was arrested some time
since upon charges of disloyality, preferred
by his wife. Mrs. A. is said to be a strong
supporter of the Federal Government, and
i?, therefore, not very popular with the
friendsef her decease 1 brother.
Generals Fremont and Buell hav resign
ed, and theirresignations have been accept
A farmer of Keokuk county, lows, writes
to the Sigourney News that be has discov
ered unmistakable signs of the existence
ofdeposits of oil in that county similar to
that obtained from the oil wells of Penn
sylvania, and from which kerosene is
An editor down east states that he has
determined, after mature deliberation, to
sell his printing office and purchase a hen.
Jerome's (the stockbroker marble stable
in New York, cost $83,000, and has a'
splendid private theatre over it.
The women of Utah have recently al
tered the orthography of (heir creed. They
now spell it iforemen.
r-r-' 1 ft
'Why did Joseph's brethren east him in
to the pit aakfd sabtath school teach
er of his class.
'Because/ replied one young lady, 'they
thought it a good opening for the young
TheIron clad Dictator will be reody to
go in commission in a few we^ks, and will
be employed in *erviee on oer coast, instead
of sailingforEurope, as at first pr-posed.
It is said that many distinguished officials
ofthe ftavie* of foreign rations bati ssked
lor permission to accompany her on her first
We weteeii a steemer the otherdar.
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