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Be* ggg(nfl grfct Current.
Corrected every Fri'y by J. F. & E. Enz.
Flour, IP barrel,
CornMeal, bush.
Back Wheat Flour, hun..
Potatoes,
Oats, «•.,
Corn,
Pork, IP barrel,
Pork, fresh. pound,
Bacon, pound.
Venison, fresh, pound.
Lard,
Hams,
Beef, fresh, pound,
Eggs.Vdoxen,
Butter, IP pound,
$10.50 11.00
1.85 1.80
fi.50
90 1.00
90 l.Oo
90 1 00
34 00 2U 00
8 0 10
10 12
8 10
15 16
15 10
a io
so d£ 40
25 «J 30
LUMBER
Pine Lumber, M.,
Shingles,
Maple Lumber, M.,
Oak Planks, M.,
Lath.VM.,
Wood, cord.
Brick, 1PM.,
Lime barrel,
Cement barrel,
$20.00 (3 25.00
5.00 5.50
18.00 22.00
25.00
3.00
9.50 3.00
6.00 7.00
1.00 O 1.25
5.00
A A
A BALI, is to be given at the ZOMBRO HOUSE,
in Oronoco, on the 22d of this month. This is
to be the first of a series of annual festivals by an
Association duly organized and named the
Zombro Pioneer Association."
Capt. AS. GEOROE, Esq., will deliver an ad
dress prepared for the occasion, and Mr. GEO.
You KG—a Violinist of great excellence—withhis
full band is engaged for the night. Mr. HICKS
will provide supper, and these who know him
need no guaranty that there will be enough and
to spare.
It is hoped that the affair will prove a credit to
the Association, and the undersigned believes it
will be satisfactory to all participants.
A general invitation is hereby extended.
2S\v2 H. GALLOWAY, Scc'y. Z. A
In order that physicians may have uni
form preparations of Buchu and Sarsaparilla,
made in a careful manner, with proper propor
tions and specific dose adupted to the various
diseases. II. T. Helm bold is pleased to announce
hi* highly concentrated preparations and the
nlost convenient form in which they can be ex
hibited, aad fcerng of uniform strength, ready
prepared for the patient, can be administered
with more certainty of success by the practitioner
and with less trouble and expense to patients
u-ider these circumstances this medicine has
been prepared expressly for the use of the facul
ty, and will no donbt receive their appro jation
and encouragement.
See Advertisement headed Helmbold's Genuine
Preparations.
S&T A gentleman, after complaining
eeveral times of his termagant wife to hei
rich father, was consoled by the reply that
in his will he would cut her off with a shil
ling, if she did not improve in her husband's
opinion. No more complaints heard of.
t£T An Irishman applied to work his
passage on the canal and was employed to
lead the horses which drew the boat—on
arriving at the place of destination he swore
that ho would sooner go on foot than
work his passage in Ameriky."
ftT* Mr. Elliott, the iEronaut, with Mr.
A. L. Carrier and Miss Virginia Hodgson,
who is only twelve years of age, made a
balloon ascention at Richmond, Virginia,
fast week-, and landed safely the same even
ing, about eighteen miles from the starting
point.
Jfe#" A Methodist minister writes of
Buenos Ay res: «'I verily believe there is
not, on all the African continent, a tribe or
nation in a more abject state of heathenism
than are the mixed race of men inhabiting
these old grounds of the Spanish conquer
ors."
MATRIMONIAL.—A young lady" who is
good looking, advertises in the New York
papers for a husdand. She lives, she says,
in Chicago, has $17,000 in cash, besides re
al estate in that city. That must be a splen
ded opening for some enterprising young
man. Gentlemen, pitch in.
tST That was a keen reply of the
buxom lassie to a little pigmy of a man
who solicited ft matrimonial connexion.
•Oh, no?* said the fair lady «I can't
think of it for a moment—the fact is, John
yon are a little too big to put into a cradla
and a little too small to put into a bed.'
A STORE FOR SALE,
IVES & SEXTON,
Er.
LAND OKTICE, E WIKO 7
Nov. 9,1865. 5
^Tke Red Wing Land Qmce will be open for
Ike transaction of business on and after Monday
•sit as follows:—
In the forenoon from 9 to 12 o'clock.
In the afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock.
W. W. PHELPS. -RegiAtr.
If C.GRAHAM, Receiver.
I The Milwaukee and La Crosse Rail
road ia now open to Horicon, fifth-three
miles from Milwaukee, ami trains ate regu
larly running twice a day. By the end of
ibis mouth, if the weather should prove fa
vorable, eleven miles more will be opened,
bringing the road to Beaver Dam.
E WING, MINNESOTA,
On the Corner of
Potter and Levee Streets,
O W E E A I N
WILL
be found a choice lot of Family Gro
ceries and Provisions* consisting in
part of
75 bbls. extra Flour, Pork, Lard, Butter,
Cheese,Dried Apple$,Mackerel, Cod-
fish, Molasses, Smjar, Tea, Cof
fee, Crackers, Candles, Soap, a choice
lot of Cigars, Salt by the bbl. or sack.
on hand at all times, and in fact almost everything
necessary to supply the wants of the community.
Please call and examine for yourselves before
purchasing elsewhere. We are hound to sell as
cheap as the cheapest—for Cash only.
Fit-vNcis IVES. 27y JAKED SEXTON.
Feb. 1, 1850.
Pictures Pictures!!
I
PROPOSE spending a few weeks in Red
Wing, and am ready io take
DAGUERUEOTYPES
IN THE BEST STYLE
for those who wish them.
East of Be vans'* Store.
Red Wing, Jan. 19, 185G.
Room? first door
J. GOING
25
DENTISTRY.
GEO. II. KEITH, 91. D.,
E N A S E O N
OF NEW YORK CITY,
WOULDdrespectfulld
announce to the citizens
of Re Wing an vicinty, that he will be
in town about the 5th of February, and will re
main for two weeks, for the purpoVc of perform
ing all operations connected with the Dental
rofession. Many years of experience enables
Keith to assure his patients that every opera
tion will be performed according to the most re
cent and scientific plans adopted by thefirstand
best dentists in the country.
Charges will be made according to the case,
but always reasonable. No foe demanded for
examining the mouth, or for advice. All are re
questedio make an early call,especially those de
siring the insertion of artificial teeth.
03* OFFICE—at the residence of Rev. Mr.
Creasey's.
Red Wing, Jan. 26, 19*)5. 28w3
TICE
TO THE SETTLERS UPON THE
Half Breed Tract
AND
VICINITY, and those that intend settling
thereon, that We, the undersigned, have a
•lam upon that tract, situated ?u the beautiful
TOWN OF FLORENCE,
laying upon the West side of Lake Pep.'", that we
are now offer at a BARGAIN.
As we bought it at a bargain, and only wisu to
get our money out of it again, we will sell at COST
with the improvements thrown in. Some portions
of our claim is well watered, and other parts of it
entirely free from water, and if desired, we will
cut it up and sell it in parcels to suit purchasers.
This claim is upon a well selected stock of
GROCERIES,
(from a Nutmeg to a Scaled Honing,)
BOOTS, SHOES, AND
Ready-Made Clothing
Therefore, Cash and Quick Sales, great reduc
tion of Groceries at DIXSON & BRADY'S, in
tho town of Florence. The season having arrived
when it is desirable to close out the balance of our
stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, we will
commence from the date of this advertisement,
to tell for CASH at
GREATLY REDUCED RATES!
and many of our articles strictly at Eastern cost,
preferring cost price and quick.snles.to the ruin
ous policy of carrying over a large stock to next
season. Molasses, tiucts. Syrup, 70cts choice
Brown Sugar 'Jibs, for a dollar fine Teas from
40to75cts. Bbl. Cut Tobacco, 20cts Candles
•20cts Dried Apples, 13cts. per lb. good Rio
Coffee, 1.3 and lGecs.» first rate article of Cheese
at ll»cts. fine lot of Butter at 30cts, and we will
not stop to enumerate the articles and price any
further, but will say that we are hound to give
GREAT BARGAINS/
In everything in the Grocery line. The balance of
our stock of Clothing will be sold at cost, and
Boots and Shoes at a Bargain. And we now ask
the Settlers of this valley and vicinity, to call up
on us and examine our articles and price, and test
the truthfulness of this advertisement.
DIXSON & BRADY.
Florence, Jan. 2G, 1850. 2G
YOUNG ABIE1I1CA
SALOON.
E E N N I S O N
AVING fitted up rooms in the rear of the
Land Office, keeps constantly on hand a
•iWply of
Fresh and Preserved Oysters,
Sardines, Preserved and Pickled Lobsters and
Clams, which he is prepared to serve up in all
the various styles to meet the tastes of epi
cures. Also,
Cigars of the very lest and latest brands, Pitts
burgh Ale, Candies, JYuts, etc.
nerved up at all hours. Give him a call all you
that are fond of the luxuries of this world.
E. DENNISON.
Red Wing. Jan. 1,1856. 2-itf
N E W A W A E
RED WING, M. T.
BROWN RENWIC At CO.,
Representatives of Young America!
WHOLESALE AJfl RETAIL
IMPORTEB3, AIAXbfcACTURERS A N
DEALERS IN
It a tc a re
Til HID SHEE HOI ML
STOVES, &C.
Second door South of Hoyt, Smith Co's
Red Wing, Sept. 14,1855. 8y
100,00 0 O S A N
JCST
burned and ready for sale, a quantity
of Well, Arch, and Building Brick, at the
Brick Yard.l mile west of Red Wing.
NOTICE
Goldberg, of Goodhue county, Minnesota
Territory about five miles from Red Wing, on
the Zombro road, near Hay Creek, did, about two
weeks tinea, take up within my premises, a 2 year
old brown Heifer, a white spot in the forehead,
with the hind feet white, a white spot on the
ramp, the end of the tail also white, and the end
of her left horn broken off. Jthe owner of said
heifer is requested to appeu1, proveproperty, pav
•barges sn« take her away
NE
W FIRM!
New Goods
AN
etc Price$
GAMBIA & SMITH,
DEALERS IN
WARES AND MERCHANDISE,
E W I N
UPPER
ATmayebed
ever offered for sale in Red Wing, consisting in
STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS
Broad Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinets, Tweeds. Ken
tucky Jeans, Flannels, Plaid Lihseys, Shawls,
Wocl Comforters, Hoods, Socks, Mittens,
Gloves'.and Yarn Blankets, Cotton Flannels,
Umbrellas, Cotton Wadding, Seamless Hags.
Calico, Prists, DeLixins, Ginghams, Gala Plaids,
A?pacca&,. Merinqes, poplins, Borages, Silks,
Ribbons,Crapes, Plaid Lining.5!, Irish Linens,
Linen handkerchiefs, Satin Vestings, Colored
Worsteds. Coat and Shirt Buttons.
Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Cravats, Table
Spreads,Table Linen,Oil Cloth Spreads Linen
and Cotton Diapers, Crash and Linen Toweling,
Tapes and Bobbins. Sewing Silks, Cotton and
Linen Threads, Knitting ColtOi), Lace and
Edgings, Embroideries. Cbemisetts, Collais
and Under Sleeves. Pins. Needles, Suspenders.
White Cambric, India Book MusJinjSpotted Swiss
muslin.Swiss Mull, Cambric Linings, Silicias.
Corset Jeans, Bleached Shirtings, Sheetings and
Drillings, Brown Shirtings and Sheetings,Cot
ton Batting, Apron Cheeks,Check and Striped
Shirtings, Bed Ticks, Drillings, Denims, Can
dle Wicking. Also, a large assortment of
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
Ladies' Furs and Furred Boots und Ladies' Me
rino Vests.
i$ Hats and Caps,
A good assortment of a kinds. Also, Gents'
FURRED COATS AND Gr.ovt'5. A choice lot of
E A A E
of all kinds, and GREAT BARGAINS in
Pji Boots and Shoes,
KIS9H AD UBK GIffi,
HARDWARE,
Table Glittery and Nails,
CARPENTE11S' TOOLS
Wooden Ware and WiilovT Ware,
ALL WOOL CARPETINC
FLOOR CLOTHS I MAT'S,
PAINTS, OILS,
Varnishes, Turpentine and Brushes,
WINDOW GLASS,
Window Sash and Putty,
Trunks and Traveling Bag?:,
Window Shades, Citrtain Fixtures, Cur
tain Tassels and Cords.
-A FULL SUPPLY OF-
Groceries, Provisions, &c.
Black and Green Teas, Rio and Java Coffee,
Coca and Choccolate, Brown and White Su
gars, Candies, ail kinds, NUTS, Raisins, Citron,
Golden Syrup, Sugar House Syrup, New Or
leans Molasses.
SPICES—Nutmegs. Cinnamon, Cloves, Alsnice,
Ginger, Pepper.
Pepper Sauce, Catsup, Saleratus, Soda for wash
ing. Soda for cooking, Cream of Tartar, Yeast
Powders, Mustard-, Horse Raddish.
PBKSKKVES— Peaches, Quinces, Pine Apple, Ap
ricot, Pickles injars, Oysters, Clams, Lobsters,
Sardines. Cornstarch. Kice, and ttiee Flour,
Pearl Starch, Maccarohi, Dried Apples and
Peaches.
Pilot Bread. Boston, Butter, Soda. Ginger, and
Sugar Crackers, CANDI-KS, all kinds. Powder,
Lead, Shot of all sizes, Cider Vinegar. Butter,
Cheese.
Black and Scotch Snuff, Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco, Cigars,Clay Pipes, Pipe heads.
Corn Brooms, White and I?ed Uialic, Indigo.
Matches, Bullardjs Oil of Soap, Lamp Wicks,
Garden Seeds, Rosin, Tar, Glue and llaltcr
Rope.
Codfish, Smoked Ilallibut, smoked Salmon, smok
ed Herring, MACKEREL in half barrels, quarter
barrels and in kits, Roe Herring in kits, Salmon
in kits. WHITE FISH.
SOAPS—Shaving Soaps. Castile Soap, pure Soda
Soap, Palm Soap, Family Soap, Pale Soap,
Chemical Erasive Soap.
PORK, CORN MEAL,
FLOUR AND SALT,
always on hand and at the lowest market price.
Also,
Drugs and Patent Medicines.
All of these and a multitude of other things too
numerous to mention, will be sold
Cheap for Cash,
and in parcels to suit purchasers.
Red Wing, Upper Landing, Jan. 1, 1856. 24
0
ATS—for sale at
0
FREDERICK. GOLDBERG.
Red Wing, Feb. 1,1856. 27w4
Matter Stamps
JUST
F. 8. NEWELL.
RECEIVED.—Any amount of Letter
Stamps at the Post Office.
Jan. 31, '«6. S7wa B. P.LOWATER,P.M.
GAMBIA & SMITH'S.
rpiIE ''Berea" Grindstone and hangings for the
same, for sale by GAMBIA & SMITH.
XES—A food article Hunt's nnd Simmons',
for sale cheap »f. O A I A & SVi'lMi'S.
HUDRAULIC
SAGE ORANGE SEED—a genuine article
for sale at GAMBIA «fe SMITH'S.
7INTER APPLES—a few barrels for sale
at GAMBIA & SMITH'S,
FURNITURE.—Fo,r
J.BARNES.
Red Wing, Aug. 9,1855. 3
is hereby given that 1, Frederick
E PUBLISHE at St. Paul early
nex year. Persons interested in town sites
are respectfully requested to send information of
them. The subscriber will also be glad to get
information of the location of Public Roads, and
will pay liberally for copies of Township Plots
in advance of their return to the Land Office.
A
JACKSON'S
—NEW—
CASH STORE!
On ISiish Street,
(Opposite the old Store of Jackson &Enz.)
KISfl* W I N ill.
THERF.
Vil
th ol stand of Iloyt, Smith, Si Co., whore
found the largest and best assorted
STOCK OF GOODS
will be found a large and well selected
assortment of all the varieties usually kept in
a North- V- stern Store, such as
THE
CEMENT, at
GAMBIA & SMITHS.
sale at Gambia & Smith's
Upper Landing Red. "N ing Bereau's,
French Bedsteads, Trundle Beds. Cabinet
Chairs, and other Chairs. Also Candle Stands
and Tepoys, Lounge Mattresses, etc.
A SECTIONAL
MAP OF MINNESOTA
WILLtB
J.S. SEWALL,
St. Panl, NOT. 26,1855. 19m3
NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTORS.
FEW LAND WARRANTS for sale ata mi*
terial deduction from the face. These arc
as good as tho Gold for pre-empting land. En
quire of Waf. COLVTLL, Jr.,
8 Att'y at Law and Gen'lLand Agent.
$ S & PROVISIONS,
S A E
W A & GLASSWARE,
HATS AND CAPS,
AND
A W A E &
which will be sold as cheap as they can be afforded
in Minnesota.
I have found from past experience that the on
ly true way to do business is for
(in ninety cases out of one hundred it i« best for
the buyer,) AVith this view of tho subject, I have
marked my Goods
^O 8»KU CENT.
lower than I otherwise would—hence my plan
will be 0^£ PRICE—HEAD PA Y, and
SMALL PROFITS
and hope by fair dealing and strict attention to
business, to merit a liberal share of patronage.
Nov. 23, \~5. ISmG J. J. JACKSON.
WEST
SIDE. HO
.. STOES
I if
O N
WOULD
say to the citizens of Red Wing, and
the rest of mankind," that he has just
completed a Store and opened a new stock of
Goods on Broadway, a few rods from the Upper
Landing, in Red AVh.g, where he intends to keep
for retail a general assortment of articles needed
in a hew country, in the line of
Familij Groceries,
RE^DYMADE CLOTHING
BfcO&y S A N I S O E S
And fresh supples constantly arriving, among
which will be found
Sugar,
Tea, a general assort't
Coffee,
Molasses,
Tohacco,
Salt,
Bice,
Spices,
Soap, Starch,
Candles,
Salaratus,
Cider Arinegar,
Towclcr,
Shot and Lead,
Flour,
Corn, Potato**,
Oats,
Pork,
Cod and Whit* Fish,
Mackerel,
Herring,
Beans,
Butter,
Cheese,
Crackers,
Brooms,
Wash Boards,
I Bed Cords.
And, in fact, almost everything necessary to sup
ply the wants of the community. A Wonn TO
,-^E "YVISK IS SUFFICIENT. I commence a New
c't Nfcw Go"bds, and on the CASH system, and
°i1* present strinyenttv of the money mar
under ti»- „„,ia
ket, I am
•nmdto sell
FOR READY PAY
~,'t" jj^forc purchasing elsewhere—
lry me, ana set.
ne
tHN
Red Wins, Sept.20,1855
J. C. YVEATHERBY.
VLLof
O O S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
directly "opposite the
you willhndme at i.0,-„l.oadway .Upper Land
New Hardware Store, i«
,Tv
CHANCE.
lOy
He smokes his foii lie bears his sine*?
And early strokes the sounding a»»v''
Around his shop the steely sparkles .. ew,
As for the steed he shap'd the bending she0*
THE
undersigned having opened a'
shop in this village, on BUSH
Street, a few rods south of the Red:
Wing House, i*fully prepared with tools, imple
ments,stock, material, boae. muscle, and head to
carry on the business of
BLA CKSMITHING
in all its branches and on the most enlarged scale,
and solicits the patronage of the public, believing
that he can give as
GENERAL SATISFACTION
as any person in his line. He can do all kind of iron
shoeing, and can make, mend, or repair anything
in iron or steel thatis worth the trouble. He tan
iron anything in the shape of CARRIAGE,
from a tour horse Post Coach down to a Wheel
Barrow. A. STREETER. Jr.
Red Wing, Dec. 29, 1855. 23tf
Blacksmithing.
NEW^IiSHOP.
fpHE Hbscriber having erected a hew shop and
J. commenced business in the villngs of
Florence, on Lake Pepin, M. T.
would say to the public and the farmers that he
is nov» prepared to accommodate all with
SMITHWORK OF ALL KINDS,
from ironing a Wagon down to the smallest re
pairing job—including
Horse and Cattle Shheing,
to which the strictest attention will always be
given. Ilis work will always be done up accord
ing to promise and directions and on the most reas
onable terms, and he respectfully asks the patron
age of his neighbors and surrounding community.
subscribers would say to the public that
they have opened business at the new store
recently built by W. D. Chillson, where thev in
tend to keep constantly for sale a general assort
ment of
JDR
i« ons,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Ready Made Clothing,
Our stock is selected expressly for this market,
and hope by strict attention to business, and sell
ing our goods at barely living prices trf merit a
share of public patronage.
DRUGS,
jr a
a
W. D. & L. D. CHJLLSON.
Red Wing. Dec 10, 18o5. 21y
O S A E
THE
Subscriber offers for sale at his farm,
miles West of Bed Wing, the following arti
cles
500 BUSHELS OF CORN,
TO BU. OF CHOICE SEED CORN,
4SO BUSHELS OF POTATOES.
Persons needing anything of the kind would do
well to call soon, and not loose a good opportuni
ty of laying in a winter's supply.
r.rto27~
8
ure setkiu£
litted up a
WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
Florence, M. T., Dec. 29, 1855. 23tf
a a a
IN EIJGD W I N
^nfag-to secure their SEED
CUKN for next season are requested call imme
diately.
«r JOHN BROWNSON.
Bed Wing. NOT. 17,1857. 174m
PLATFORM
SCALES on consignment at
W T.J. CLARK & eo.'S.
A A
E. M. ALLEN
J. C. WEATHERBY
dealer in
BRYGs
& CO.,
O
Boots and Shoes,
MEDICL\ES,CHEMICALS,
Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs,
WINDOW GLASS & GLASSWARE,
15. E A N S
W
A N E
HERE can be found a general variety of
everything needed in a new country, con
sisting in part of
9
'UiCKfniDl.
which we will sell at the lowest cash
prices,Main Street.
Red Wing.Minn., July 21th. 1855. lyl
New Drug Store
ATi
&
I S "WEI ETE ~m"W" "ET UttT COS-
& HARRIOTT
NOWKELLOGG
offer to the public a well selected assort
ment of
Patent Medicines,
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS,
of the finest quality.
SPICES OF ALL KINDS*
Puie Wines and Liquors^
for medicinal purposes, and all articles usually
kept in a Drug Store, at prices that cannot fail
to suit purchasers.
Red Wing, Oct. 12,1855. 12?
Great Rush For
DRY-GOODS,
Groceries and Provisions,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE,
Crockery, Stone and Earthenware, and
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
The attention of the inhabitants of Red Wing
and surrounding country, and everybody in gener
al is invited to my large stock of
DRY-GOODS!
which consists in part of brown and bleached do
mestics, sheetings, shirtings, tickings, Kentucky
jeans, woolen and Canton flannels and fulled
•loths. I would call especial attentien to my
stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES'.
as I have taken great pains to select a complete
assortment and of the best quality. My stock of
Crockery, Earthern and Stone ware is full and of
the latest fashion.
READY-MADE CLOTHING!
I am prepared to do my part towards fulfilling
the command enjoined upon Us to "clothe the
naked."
GROCERIES!
such as sugars, teas, coffee, molasses, and a gener
al assortment cf ail articles included under this
head,
PROVISIONS!
suchasflour, pork, potatoes, corn meal, and al
most everything to feed the inner man.
All who feel interested arc invited to give me
a call, and examine for themselves, with the as
surance that they need not go away dissatisfied,
for my goods are prime and prices reasonable,
HARDWARE
PRIZE
I^UBS,
O
N
LIVERY.
THE Subscribers would respect
fully inform the citizens ot Bed
ibscriber would rcsp
the citizens 1
Wing and the travelingandpleas
ubllo in general, that thej have
Livery Stable,
„,j^ that no expense has been spared inprocur-
S I E S &
Their Horses are a
HORSES.
SsiddIe
Buggy
or. Carriage.
We hope from strict attention to business, niu.
by keeping our stable supplied with the best of
Horses, Carriages, Saddle.--, &c., to merit a share
of public patronage.
Our stable is located on the corner of 3rd and
BUSH streets, a few rods south of the Red Wing
House and Steamboat landing.
RE WING AN
The Subscribers also run a Semi-Weekly line
bfStages from this place to Cannon Falls, leaving
Red Wing every Monday and Thursday, at 8 o'
clock. A. M.j returning, leave Cannon Fallsevery
Wednesday and Safurdav.at 1 o'clock, P.M.
lyl COTTER & IIAWES.
St. Paul arid Lansing
LINE OF
E Subscriber would respectfully inform the
_L citizens of the different towns along the Mis
sissippi,that the Winter arrangement for earrv
ing mail and passengers between St. Paul and
Lansing are completed, and will run regular
twice a week on and after the 15th of November
leaving St. Paul every Monday and Thursday, and
Lansing every Tuesday and Saturday at 6 o'clock,
A. M.J arid will make connections with the lim? of
stasres running from La Crosse to Madison also,
with stages running from Lansing to Dubuque,
Prairie du Chien and Decora also, with stages
running from St. Pau.1 to eiifterent parts of the
Territory. My object is to make the quickest
time possible over said route.
11. B.MIDDAUGTl, Proprietor.
Red Win?, M. T., Oct. 27,1355. I4tf
KKI) W I N
Boot and Shoe Store
DOULL & HISLER,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
TAKE
this method ofinforming the citizens of
Red Wing and Minnesota Territory in gen
eral,that they are prepared to manufacture to or
der every description of
BOOT S & SHOES,
such as
Gent's Fine sewed Boots,
pegged
*»rogans,
Ladies Gaiters, Slips, Walking Shoes, &'
Misses' '!.
Boys' nv,d Childrens' Shoes of eve-
done in a neat and'mmV.lo
a
r'Ire^vVnig
8
iu1s!ag
a
Vi.y
J-
riAO/,.
ti.On. -Jr-«esqrrp
Tiiey also keep on hand, read ma
'assortment of BOOTS, & Zrt\l%tZ
no person can fail to suVc the^nselvesT
e*TTR}
Bt,.i«,
a 0
in 0 0
rogrei givin call
"ever
ft?* ifewieyiif tlie plate% Corner of
Broadway and Fourth Street, a feu rods
South of the landing.
flHAINS •id^sVentkindTbT
*.J. CLARK & CO
ibrsale bv
T.J. CLARK & CO.
PREMIUM Cook Stoves to sell by
T.J.CLARK & CO.
of best quality in store and for sale by
T. J. CLARK Si CO.
1HURNS of Wood or Tin, to sell bv
T.J. CLARK & CO.
YOKES for
3
:ale
EMPIRE
THE
by
T. J. CLARK & CO.
PIN WAKE made and sold by
T.J.CLAR St CO.
State Cook Stoves in store—for sal*
by T.J CLARK Si CO.
Morning Star elevated oven bv
T.J. CLAlil
RK&CO.
JA1LS- Threes to 40s. just received by
T.J. CLARK & CO.
PLOWS
for Corn or Garden use. for sale by
T.J. CLARK Si CO.
lAKPLNTfcKS Planes. Chisels, &e..by
T.J. CLARK Si CO,
BKITANIA
PARLOR
TEA
El. L. BEVAKS,
lyl Main St., near the Red Wing House.
Teapots and Tumblers, to sell by
T.J CLARK & CO.
TTANDSAWS Augers
i1
C'1AULDRON
and Bitts, for sole by
T. J. CLARK & CO.
[FARMER'S BOILERS for sale by
10 T.J CLARK & CO.
GRIND
STONES ou consignment, for sale by
T.J. CLARK Si CO.
KETTLES—to close out. at
10 T. J. CLARK Si CO.'S.
AY CUTTERS—for sale by
T. CLARK & CO.
EETLc R1NGS- -for sale by
T. J. CLARK Si CO.
STOVES—for sale by
T. J. (LARK Si CO.
UNS.—In store and for sale bv
T.J. CLARK & CO.
CHARTER1OAK
COOK STOVE to sell br
0 T.J. CLARK & CO.
SCALES for sale at
«b T. J. CLALK & CO.'S.
BOO fARtETT STORE.
E. P. LOWATER.
AT THE POST OFFICE,
BED WING, M. T.,
HASgreat
now on hand, and is constantly receiving
a variety of
FANCY ARTICLES!
Comprising in part of Jewelry of alj kinds.Potktt
Cutlery, Gold and Steel Pens, Goldand
Silver Pvn Holders and Pencils. Lad
and Slate Pencils, Slates. Biid
Cages, Childrens Toys. Port
Monies, Violins 'and
Violin Strings, Beads. Pins,
Needles. L,n.iie Dress C« rub*
Fine and Coarse Combs, Tooth and
Hair Brushes, Toilet Soaps, Lubih'sPerfum
ery, Candies, Ladies' Work Baskets,R«ticuIei,4«
—ALSO—
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
By strict attention to business and liberal pritM*
he hopes to merit a share of public patronage
E
LOWATER.
Red Wing,Sept. 29,1355. I0y
O E I N S
HENRY WITTE,
•trier c/*«w Tailor.
BEGS leave to inform the nhabitanta
of Red Wing, that he has just finished and
opened anew shop, for the purpose of
carrying on the above business, and thai
he is now prepared to furnish Goods of
all kinds in.the. Merchant Tailoring bu
siness.and to make them up to oider.
and also, to do all other work entrusted
to his care in the lest and latest
STYLE AND FASHION.
Gentlemen wishing a good fitting garment,**
a reasonable price, will bp sure to get it here.—
All work warranted to be done* in the molt
thorough and workmanlike manner.
Home Industry is the Motto.
Shop, first door South off fie Elder House
Lower Landing. HENRY WITTE.
Red Wing. Oct. 13, 1355. J2tf
LUMBER, LUMBER!
THE,
Subscriber would say to the building pub
lic thai he is now rrepured tofillany
BILLS FOH LUMBER
that may be ordered. CUSTOM SAWING
clone on the most reasonable terms. Keep con
stantly on hand, and for sale, all kinds of
Give him a call, at the new STEAM MILL, a
few rods West of the village.
+..
XT
R- S. KNAPP.
Red AY ing. Nov. 24,1855. 8tf
Furniture HoomsT
ANDREW KOCH,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IW
«U*
W
,fTfl**»
W
CABINET
respectfully en-
nounce to the ciiizeus of Red
Wing and vicinity, that he
h«'"rt opened a
FIIRN1TURE WARF/ROOM
on Main street, a few doors from M»«
ir
if".
dochfc Bristol-a Law Office, wl-ei0r hi \ntlnZ
keepingfon I.afad and mannf*-,
kinds
itur'° thoCorder all
URNITURE!
Such as Chni.% Bedsteads, Tables, Side
Board-^ Buroaus, Double and
Svogle Mattrasses,
a,'.a,
in fticV, everything in the line of Furniture
1 croons Wishing any thing iii thus line will do
Weil to give me a call.
ANDREW KOCH.
Red Winar, T., July, 1355. jy|
TO BUSINESS MEN.
A TW O STOR STOR E now enclosed en
Ix Broad Street. Enquire of
8
F. S. NEWELL.
FOR SALE
A
CORKER LOT on Main andBroad street
.. F. ft. NEWELL.
ONE A CUE LOT FOR SALE!
THE
1
subscriber offers for sale one acre Lot on
Ladd's Addition to Red Wing.
F. S. KEWELL.

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