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CITY DIRECTORY.
U«KV\W^If« CH I JIIX.
-6 »ft*! EPISCOPAL.
Cadu-f ISrtocV-on Main', (b«(«e«n Bdsh A
Plum streets). Services at 10W A. M. and 7
P. M. Rev. R. Wells, Ptt.-W.
PRKSUYTKRIAN.
FIIIST PRKSBTTERIAN—on Sixth street, (near
the Court House). Servii es at 1£ A. M., and
7 P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor.
METHODIST.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave
nue and Fourth street. Services of the Sab
bath at 10k A. M., and t}{ P. M. Sunday
Scnool at it P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening at 8}£ o'clock. Rev. Jaboz Brooks,
Pastor—residence on East Avenue.
GKBMAM MKTIIOOIST—corner of Broadway A
Fourth street. Services at 10% A. M., and 7
P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor.
LUTHERAN,
SWEDE LUTHKMAM CIIUBCH—on Fifth street.
Services at 10 A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching
•very Wednesday evening at 7 o'elocUpT "Rev.
C. Boren, Pastor.
E WING POST OFFICE
IIOUBS OF DELIVERY OV MAILS
On Sundays, from 9 to 10 A. M. On week
days, from 7 A. M. to 8 P.M.
HOPBS OV ABR1VAL AND DEPABTVBE, AMD TIME Of
Cl.OSINO MAILS.
Red Wing to La Crosse, Wisconsin—' eaves
daily, («#*,) at 9)4 o'clock P. M. Arrives siic
times a week at 3 o'clock A. M. The great
Eastern and Southern mails are carried on this
ronte. Mall closes at 2 P. M. hi
Red Wing and St. Paul.—Leaves dally on the
Arrival of the Eastern stages at o'cloek A. M.
Mails close at o'clock the previous even
ing.
Red Wing to Cannon Falls ami La Sour.—
Loaves Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8
o'eloek A. M. Arrives Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday. Mails closes at 8 o'clock the previ
ous evening.
X:
Red Wine to Owatonha and Blue Earth Cit
—Leaves Monday and Thursday at 7 o'eloek
M. Arrives Wednesday and Saturday at 6
O'cloek P. M. Mail closes at 8 o'eloek the previ
ous evening*
Bed Wing to St. Nicholas.—Leaves Monday
•ad Thursday at S o'clock A. M. Arrives
Wednesday and Saturday at fi o'clock P. M.—
Mail closes at 8 o'efoekthe previous evening.
Red Wing to Winona.—Leaves Wednesday
Saturday and at o'clock A.M. Arrives Thurs
day and Monday at P. M. This route sup
plies all way offices oh the river. Mail closes
Bed, Wmg^?Tt. I EeWcVWxdnosday
at 9 o'clock A. M, Arrives Tnesday at o'clock
P.M. This route supplies way olfiecs. Mail
closes at 6 o'clock the previous- evening..
Bed Wing to Mazcpp* and Oroho'eo. Loaves,
sndeyat o'clock A. M. Arrives Tuesday at
o'clock ]*. M. Mail closes pX 8 o'clock
cprevious evening'. '.'.',
229"Remember that all mail mutter,'to bo
sent to any, part of the United St:.tos niugt be
fully prepaid. •'.
In prepaying 'foreign letters,, by affixing
stamp*, be eurefiil tiN ascertain the ebxrec
amwiyit of.postage- before mailing. HW Any
thing less".than the full amount of postage
counts nothipi and is lost to the- sender.
ri.C.HO'FMAS, Ptst Master.
Bed Wiiy»,•Jantiary.1,5, tS&v.,..
1, O. of «. T.
PABIIKB, W. S: '•.' -V
3. L.
1
Starr !o Sperm
1 cents per lb.
.SOAP-*Palm .and Family 7(93(910 Erasive
3rtfli cents per lb.
TOBACCO—Plug 80O40 Fine Cut 40© 50ones
moking \vfd\S(a2*) cents per lb.
SHOT -i(S 10 cents per lb.
POWDER—Bla-tiug, per keg. §5 00 -Rifle
40^50 cents per lb
FORK—Mess per bM. 18 0,i per lb. 10 cents.
POTATOES—0©'.0 cents perbiwb Prince
Albert, seed. 3 50.
WOOD—3 tiOpor cord.
CRACKERS—Batter 3 eouts Boston and
Soda 10 cents per Ml.
IIA MS—10 cents per Hi.
SHOULDERS—8 cenU per lb.
BEEF STEAK—10 cents per lb.
VINEGAR—20(925 cents per .gall.
SALT—Coarse 2 25 Dairy 4 50 per bbl.
FL1211-d0fSl 00 per gall.
TURPENTINE—1 00(91 20 per gall.!
OIL—Linseed 1 25 winter strained whale
and lard 12Aper gall. .-,.'•
WBITE LBAD—3 25(92 50.
SHEETING—8(910(911(912 per yard.
UNBLEACHED SHIBTING-11(912^ cental
nMkt2S^%fti1tper
t:'A
E O A Slt6,ES'l4-l 50^-2 00 per pair.
i^2SE
1 0
r^- ii
0 1
Wilton,
TffR S1FKTTNFT
RED WIN Q,
TO THE
UUSINtSS MKN
I S COUNTY
Baamiao our Litt of
Bed Wi.ig Lodger Jfo. Y§]of the above unmed,,. ...
order bold their regulariiiectihirs-every Tues-jjlOfigOr'and they wilrb? worth fifty per cent
day evening, at 6'/o'clock, at Adcipbiuti LT ili
1/atuliiic Uiiiversitv'.' '.
M. ll. MAGI XNfS W Ci
COMMERCiAL.
KK1 W1NU CL'ttHUNT.
•ifactmi weekly, by Jlclutire Sheldos, wiiolet»]« au.l
r«t»il MerehiiDU. .''.:•
'.MiiucTATT. PRICES
FLOUR—« ««V»7 0i» per hl1.
WHEAT—Fair 1 i»m\ 'io-per bush.
OATS'iW»/W6ri cents per btisUi:
TlMO'PII¥ S RESau ..v,7).2feor^T ^dt.
OTiOVKW-SBEl»—7 0*97 SO per bush.
TURNliP SfcKIr-71r5?* per for
TOUA«'«'n *KKI-^ ei'NC* W a
HF.AN«-1 0-»1 }Ai!•• UwsRi«
•UUrTrill :W(BW vents peril*.
Kf»-f*-!*rtirU»'e^litsper-.loz.
SU(*AU~-N.O.. prinfes eWC? refined WRiVl
ernsl|cd and powdered 1"'.
SVRPP--N. ••0..:,.»,?e«tw X. tf.,i*#fai
cents gol«ten syrup '.to cents.
TKAS— W(S5U .Vrt7?V3l 0 'nln.-k tS,®l 00
per lb..
COFFKE—Rio 15 JttVft-20 *crit* per lb.
OINHKR—1*®LS cents per lb
PEPPKR-ltif9-Ji).cont* per lb.
ALLSFICK— IB,«-Jn*«ent« per Hi:
CINSAMO'N—i50®8O .ents i«er Hi.
KICK—7r«*» cents per lb.
STARCH 1 KatViy, eefits per Hi.
S\LERATU8—Babbit 10 cents per lb.
SODA—10 cents per lb.
CAK'DLES—TttHu*'-16^-
city.
yard'
PBINT8-8(910»12f(9i«-ceVits per yaid.
TWEEDS—21V940 oeuta por yard ••1:
CHECKS—14(920cents per vard. ..
10 1 OINGHAM8-i-lsW09&cetfto-p«r •**&:>
CHALL1E DELAINE-^80»2«5enUpet-yard.
HOOPS—15 cents per sett:
CARPET-i40(95»®Ta91 W par yard.'
OIL CABPET—65 cents per vard. .,
BOOTS—Mens? Thick 2 50793 50 do. Calf
4 00(95 00 do. Brogans, thick, 1 50(91 65(9
I?®
1
L, l!'Hli 1
•-.:.•: 1 •':v.
rretira ma trt m\«
1
1 M?ftW \a waaAort}^
4 WW* fo th fflwiw place* i,
••7j\'l Ui
in»0«-ttM»9lor^LaaJhaa(3{(de
Hay CroskBand.. •iRlcefLake,
HmifML.M- ^.i lb 'Wttsttdo,. \l
Poplar OteVe,.... Oak taring*',. 18
Pine Island^Jjyd 8*I Belle Creek,.."...
Mantorville....... 95 Buchanan, 20
,¥*««PP*»"ip nVL'-M Brandt'a,...-«r
Oronoeo,. ......:....?Jff Spencer,
Rochester........ 89 Wil
Cannon CftyL
Faribault,.*?.
OadfgUBr-......»»
»?n»f.vls—tmrtomm -6* SpringOraek,--v
'•vi:i£.natt J*|kV»..
IWiaoia erlll probably
O UK
S MBN
E W I N O
Ewniae our LUt
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTINGS
TUB SBNTIM EL JOB OVF10B
Mtoatlr* to UooOhw ecostr, tad it aasarpasjaa'
b7ssjrtimlls1UMUtaU0aiaMUatlwU.outstdeofat.Psul.
WE ARK PKEPARED TO PRINT
lQTiUtloo VlslUagCidi. W«*Jin« TiokotS.
gAS. «..«&*-.• ^SST"-
DMIU feaelpt*. Show BHlt.MjrsiM.
CtrcuUn. Oateionti. PotMTi.
**frty. PsstslGiv. WsjBitu,**..
•VOrder thankfully received, and prompt
ly executed. LlTTLKVIELD & MAGINNIS.
CoBBBsroMDENOK, containing important
news, is solicited from all parts of the State.—
Parties, if unacquainted, will send references,
unless th«y are themselves well known.
E. A. LITTLEF1ELD Local Editor.
HOME COLUMN
a
CHARLES HINDS, of the steamer Golden
Km for late papers.
Th River
Is now vei low, and rapidly foiling. The
boats run glow, and-are very irregular.
Th Episcopal Chuich.
This fine building is being rapidly con
structed, and already presents a very pretty
appearance. The stono work is completed,
and the lumber is on the ground ready tomortgaged
frame/'
Emigration
Is on the increase. We are informed that
nfariyoterybqaktfca|Jeevjes^s9a for.St.
Paul, starts with a foil load of passengers.
We notice that: wnsrdep»b numbers ofday
strangers are in our midst, and that new ad
ditions to. oer popuUuion a daily occur-
Loearlteffis v*
J.
Are Very' scarce'this Week, occasioned by
dullness in all branches of business. Very
few farmers have been in town/this week,
the majority of them having commenced
threshing.: W have noticod a lew small
lots ol: new flour in the market.. Potatoes
are worth but twenty cents aItraMhek All
kinds of. produce ,it» selling Hfory cheap.
Wild Gratfc^
Are very .'plenty ph.: tlic island opposite
the city, and we-bbscrve that our citizens are
availing themselves of the opportunity thus
presented and are picking tfteiji before the
are fairly ripe. 1 .et them hang a little while
more than they now arc.
r?!
Peterson's JlH.rr«i»i»*
For August wasreceivedtwo weeks
but.we (oiwt'WfhVt1c^/4'-f^y?i'ido so
\vith pleasure,
(ancl
ladic-4' books published.' N lady should be
without ft. Call at Ids olfice and subscribe
Peterson*«rand the &nk/Mfor 3 Cheap as
dirt.' .... Vr*'i V. '.'•. ''.'.'
Th« Wfnthrr. N
We have had nil "'kind's of weai her since
our, lust issue, it has Inscn warn\,aiul cold,
a ul cold and wairin^aifd /cjear, cold,* warni
and stormy, ail -togathf r. Overcoats weiy
in active demand, and were lund not
to be uncomfortable. We learn that there
v^&*>
Tha'tthse.'WhatstlwJydare
i,
rn/ j.i r*^""-
They deserve great credit
street, and we hope they'will continue
the good wtrk.i Manv a poor pcd. has
*i.r*I~
7
",_l
n'
cr.rious mind why the initia!
W per pair.
TUMBER- common 109l2" clear 1«(920 peu
8HIire3blS-8aave,ijVoO(ia4 25 Extra 8
it W
illo Creek,—
to
Waaioja,
AaUaadr'*' -*%f 41 Lewiston,
fit MortrdUld.-.^v
4o
30
Ki&mm* Bridge,
saieeacrisaiiigoiiBafJbir
immor
one of the'
•ot**iatbe:
-jt 44'. Westervr •*''•.•1,
44 Florence, .TO *4:
#ti Central Point,
iXEIV ADVERTISEMENTS
MORTGAGE
SEPT..'3y 1859.
SALE.
We are happy fO notice that bur remarks A from.said Swante J. Willard: to
-j. -. I.Hi.' ••••'., said Phelps and Graham, in fee. the following
upon the condition of^Uie
:^ul6
Plum st., have had tlie desired ettect. Since lrhc
••'*,'."• tl
:v'i fc
•-.: HIIAT»» IN NAMKI .' ..'
The RepdMindtb candidate for- Lieut
Governor appears upon ihe Republican Slate
Ticket «a.r4w*tif&ponnaI^r.«''i I a
volume 0/ poetry in -the possession. of a
gentleman of this city, entitled the "Mourn
er's Vision," written by "Ti L.^dnhelly."
If "Ignatius- J^pn^W^ M^iMcin
oodi
poet's name in Philadelphia should be'sup
pYeWklltf tW-prJIrfWfca^ T*nft in 'Minna.,
JJj^^Hi?1'*** ^t,^fte«^a»«ind8 is
of tha truth, and th««s«ges
ofV&teehobd. They bslierb Itvife
The north east quarter of thp north east
quarter of section No. twenty one (21), and the
west half of the north west' quarter of the
south west quarter of section fifteen (15), and
all that part of the north west quarter of the
north west quarter of section No. twenty-two
(32), described as follows: Commen-.flng at
the north west corner of said section, No.
twenty-two (22) thence running east,twenty
(.20) chains,1 thdnoe south nine (9) chains,
thence north eighty-eight degrees,: west twenty
chains and five link*, rhence north to tho place
of beginning also the north east quarter of the
north west qarter of the north west.quarter of
the north oast quarter of section No. twemy
two(22), and tho south east quarter of the
south west quarter, and the south west quarter
of the south east quarter of section No. flftce
(15), except so much thereof as has been herM
tofore deeded to Hans Mattsou. all ic township
No. one hundred and twelve (112), north ofbeing
range sixteen west, in the Red Wing Land Dis
trict, now Henderson. Said mortgage was made
to secure the payment of the promisory note of
said Swante J. Willard, for. the sura of,three
hundred and sixty six (3*50,00)dollars, payable
to said Phelps & Graham or bearer, six months
from the 11th day of July, 1856. ..,'':
No proceedings at law or otherwise' having
been instituted to rceovcr any part of said
debt, aha there being diio on
thesaid
said note and mortgage, at the date of this no
tice, the sum of five hundred and twenty-six
and eigbtv hundredths (526 80) dollars.
Now, tbcreiore1, notice is hereby given that in
ptirsttAnce of a power or sale ih said mortgage
contained, of ths statute in such case made and
provided, said mortgaged premises will be of
lered for sale at publio auction on the. 17th
of October, .a. d. 1859, atton(10^ o'lock,
a. in., in front of the Court House, in the City
of Red Wing, in said county, to satisfy the
amount then due on said mortgaged debt, and
the costs and expenses of sale.
WILLIAM W. PHELPS,
.. CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM.
Red Wing,1 AUg. 27th, 1859v
MORTGAGE
SALE.
Default having made in the condi
tion of a certain mortgaged deed, duly execu
ted and delivered by John Sterns, of Goodhue
countyJ Minnesota, to' William W. Phelps and
Christopher Graham, of Sibley county, Min
nesota, which mortgaged deed bears date the.
20C
day of November i: d. 135T, and was du
ly recorded in the office, of the Register of
Deeds, of said county, on the 24th day -of
8uid
v.omber a. d'.. 1857, at one o'clock, p.. nj'.*, in
Book 3 of mortgages, pages R71 & G72, andridian
conveys from said John Sterns to, said -Phelps
and Graham, in fee, the following described
premises., situate in said Goodhue county, viz:
The south west quarter of the sooth' west
quarter of section No. twenty-seven (,2?) hi
township No. one hudrcd and thirteen (113)
north ot range No. fifteen (15) west,- in-said
county-and.teriitry, now State.
.Said mortgage was made to secure the pay
ment of 1 the promissory aote of said John
Sterns, for tho sum,of two thousand( 2,000) dol
lars, payabje to au'id Phelps and Graham or
tbeij order, o» or before eighteen mo.itlis after
the 20th day of November, 1857, with interest
xt the rate of threo per cent, per month 'from
date until paU.
No proceedings at law or otherwise hayihg
pronounce it a firstrateifeft VfMtutodT to .anv-. part.q 3
niimhor It i« nin. nf "tKr.' m^ „*„-„o.„ «nor%ageB debt, and'thbrfe berng^dfre'dir the
nuntuer, it is one of the moat interesting
a ii t-.-wl 4A.jccov,cr
—.».-.^..„_ ».._.«. _il'.Wii1
note and
mm-n»«»e
Y**i bp*$ i|» I a batjwttjILORTGAGKhaying
liavc had none here. Corn, we believe, is..*•»•"' ?f acertaih mortgage deed, dttly"executed
oiii'tJ Hnnirur nnfl Arw .rt-.'\[. II .i 'i delivered by 'Swaii'te Wiila'rtf' 6'f Good
out:of danger, and promises, both as to

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quality and quantity. and Christopher Graham of the same place,
'•.••• which mortgage deed bears date die 7th day
::.'•' '•'•"•.n•- VM |day of May,._a.d. 1850, at 7 o'clock p. in
A .»j»d 3Iovc. Rook 1st of mortgage deeds, pages295 &2<0,
n.e
walks on described premise*, sltifate in surd county^ viz":
nortVast
*in1artorof
,. '•'.'•'-.. tcr, and the north woit quarter of the north
the last -essios of the- the City Counftil, enst quarter of section l»o. t»:cnty-two (2-»),
the planks have been taken Un and m§W!
a
V'
are glad to see that that body arc lining tnct'of lands subject to sale at-^ the Red Wing
sonuthintj. Their time xhdnld be spent tal^^H^^ScS^^i^^H^
„.
5
benefitting look an interests th issorv .ote of smd'SwWhte J.
a
Mr* OoaMlly^ eonaaquent upon due exam,
toa«0* airt oonvicrian, «cn \&* baptismal
name harm' °terW irhWlg iho^'eirlighTened
and Chastianfted of the nrasent ace or?
flloud his hopes, of hereafter in hi»^owalcon
mind? If the change -Ww. produoad from
w*^W«7^y*bineTeMm e»rbe Mb
«mnawmed.MndaUied soldier ofi tha Ghureh
MHittat.. --,-.-."•!»• riiibr :.-:•••• 1 wn\T 'r
^^frPytiiffie^^Wnl! the Hame- df
rgWtro*LOrorayib^Sottie*eo* I^siwluna.
t*w*tr*ader oV4WVtfkm the leaJoos aod
of Jetaayborne by
TCT hb^^tulneesj^
wffMnlfiS^Ignat
gain him loorej
|*rty^ Tha*4stha
«iestisfad**tf«.je^ S S
THE Loadan, GWMr, tnd. other. Englisl
ssztasud&flatoctssli
ahort largely.— Coventry, alre'a% known to tha literary
thonorth wcst
8°.,It!1
put down I'm*, is .done by private 'enstjqj :rrter of section no fifteen (15). in. town
enterprise, by order of the Council. We!
S
S 8
qaor-
was made to secure the,payment of tha prom
electedofor.—e ^SStilSSSSA
ttblc
for what they
have done in regain improving PlWh
0
in mortgaged debt, and there being due oil
said ntte'and rnArfgdge.at thb*t of this no
u,.ticc,th)?
sum of .five
reason, on a dark night, to complain of the eighty huhdfodths doliart" ($&2ti,bW).* Now,quire
gligence City Council '..in-, allowing.{the«foi^'notti«ian*iMbye Aven, thatlin pi?rT.
",former
:^-_Ji __,Plum.
r,"!"M""'''S.suaneb
rj**
drcd and forteShtfR.,dollars and' forty eigh.
cents, which is now claimed to be due at theqnarter
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LEGAL NOTICES.
T1KTUAIM. SALE.
Default having been
of a certain d^edofmbr'
Default having beep n\ad4 it* the cendi
tion of a certain mortgage deed duly executed
anjfrffettvfTed by Swanto J- WHrard aneVAfinai4ivered by ElUabetlvAnn Sqrin, by her attor
Wniafd Ifts wife* of Goodhne bounty, Mfrftes. «ey in fact,*rbr- that "purposByf Matthew Rorin,
ota, to William W. Phelps and Christopher
Graham, of the same place, wkjoh,.mortgage
deed bears date the I lth day of July A.' D.
1856, and was duly recorded in the office of
Register of Deeds, of said county, on the
17th25tit-4rmitiiyfifti).
day of July A. D.1856, at eleven o'cloak A. M.
in Book First of mortgages, pages 349 & 350was
and convoys from said Willard and wilb to
said Phelps and Graham, in fee, the following
described premises situate in said county, viz:
NOTICE.
tNo-
a
1 „,•
»i.ss.
said note and mortgag at th date of thi
tiee the sum of thirty two hundred and seven
ty-two dollars (3272.)
Now, therefore, notice is hereby,given,
ALbL
e»»t,quarter of the southwest
quarter and theiSOushw^t-quaater of the south
?ȣ. (112j, north
of range, No. sixteen (16) west, in the the die-
fo,Pnyt
th
(**&VWillarV*:
(}°n
to the nald l'hclps and'Griiliam, or bearer,
hudxodaT andi twenty-sixxapd-
71 «W.-M» sum 0
1 nv nuoro am twenty-si
of a p»w«r of sal in said mo
A «uancb of a power of sale in said mortgage
"o made
will be
offered for sale at public auction on the 17thHon
'day^f ©otobepJaZdf. M5», ft ton m(T)!OVloek
l^nrrrfmortgageidnVebt
the walk on Stree' to remain in contained and of th sutn in such case
iUformer^naition. rlonor to whom honorI *Jii^0^Biv.M!*} '&&Wjift™!»V
if due.
inftopt of, the Court House, in the, City
f^cdWipgr M^:c^nty .',t satis the
amount then a id and
a OHRISTOFHBR GBAHAM/
Red Win«| Atig. t7tB, l%«e.
3 A S 3M.-I
MORTGAGE
8 A 3 3 3
SALE. noq» nin biA!-H
Dfefault'havibgbtieiiinad«*m the pay*.
iiotl»c,ilpon a certain indantttre, of
^L™,?''*** «**,' «K««k»ted delivered by
WhWHtamff homes aad-iRlixabethi T-aomaai hit
vital both oftbtf County of.Q
Jine,and Stata
Minneapolis,
W W id offleeof
the RegiBter of deeds within and for said Good
hnXDMlMyjanihel 80th day of June, A. 1).
J«»a *t*orole«k P. M. atMtd dan Book«|
of Mortgages, J^agae m*$£ ,apd ^^uiteor
f*AttndInya*.l»wdaWnfibeen instituted to ft,
cover the debt roinsiniag dop.sad seenred hy
said mortgage or any part, thereof J»
Now, therefore, notioa-U hweb^given tliatin
aridheui^laitli*MdMy-of^66d*
described in said mort
oijTthirteen
th' north
land
Bait.
East? bnartei1 of th6 'North West quarter,
the North Weit'rjuirter of the North
W 5 a
taining one hunared and
•g^lHtSSqa
itt'tbe
In the conditions
ekeouted and de
both of Goodhue county, then Territory (now
State,) of Minnesota, to Samuel Sholabarger, ot
ipringfleld,' Ohio, deacribed\ in'aald mortaage
deed by tho name of S. Shelabarger, dated the
q$i*f£jwfflr*P
duly recorded in tho office of tne Register
of for Goodhue county. then Territory
inoDeeds
State) of Minnesota, on the 28th day of
nly, A. D. 1867, utfi o'eloek A. M., in. Book
8 of Mortgages, on pages 155 and 156, by which
deed of mortgage the said Elisabeth Ann Sot in,
bt her attorney in fact aforesaid, did grant,
bargain, sell and convey unto tho said Samuel
Shelabarger, his heirs and assigns forever, the
following described real estate, situate in the
aforesaid county of Goodhne, to wit:
"Lots two (2), threo (8) and four (4), ofNuts,
block three (3) and lotaone (1), two (2), three
(3),four(4), five (5), six (6), seven (7). eight
(8), nine (9), of block two (2),4n Spates &Co.'s
Addition to Bast Bed Wing, according to
theSupplied
plat thereof on record in tho offico of uie: Reg
ister of Deeds of Goodhue county, Minnesota,
to secure tho payment of seven hundred dollars
(§700,00), with interest thereon at the rate of
thirty (30) per cent, per annum, according to
the conditions of a certain promissory note, for
that amount, bearing vten date with aaid deed
'of mortgage, and referred to therein, said note
due one year from its date aud bearing
interest at'the rate' aforesaid i' and whereas
LoSlnWAff SiiSOdUSXfe^
at the date of this notice, the. sum of one thou
sand seventeen and 71-100 .dollars, ($1017,tl),
and no suit or proceedings at law, or otherwise,
having been 1 instituted to collect said debt or
any part thereof,
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
under and by virtue of the power of sale in the
deed of mortgage contained, and of the
st-t.tuto in such cases, made and provided, the
said mortgage "will he foreclosed, ftv sale of the
mortgaged premises'therein-anti hereinbefore
described, at public, vendue, to the highest bid
der, in separate lot», by 'the" Sii6ritf of rfaid
Goodhue c,o»nty. a
of the Register of
the front door of the office
«eds of the said cbsnty of
Goodhuef In the city of Red Wing,iu the a^ro
aai county of Goodhue, on the 17th day of
September, A. D. 1859, at 2 o'clock P. M., Of(JREAT
said last named day, satisfy the amount due
upon said promissory note and mortgage at the
da*c of said sale, and the costs and expenses
allowed by law.
SAMUEL SHELABARGER,
MCCLVMO & CARFEHAHT, Mortgagee.
Att'ys for Mortgagee. 155-w6
St. Paul, August 6, 1859.
To all whom It may concern. The un
dersigned will make application' at the next
term,of the District Court in and for Goodhue
.Ceuhty and State-of Minnesota 'bo held at
RedrWihg, insaioVwhhtyV oh tire!-8rf- Mohdtav
of October/1.859, for the vacating of so much
of the town-flat, of the t#Wn of Wacoota, in
said oounty of Goodhne, as Ifes easterly of me
street, rn said town, hcing all of that
portion of said town that ifoiTlB'-itownship No.
113, north of range 18 West. fe
„„,haTvlng
:th»t
pursuance of a power of sale in said mort
gage contained, and of the statute in such case
«*:idc 'afad' providteJl!,':i?aid mortgaged premises
Will bo ottered for sale at public, auction on
•tha- 17th day of October a. d. 1859. at ten (10)
o'clock a. ui., hi front of -the Court House^ in
the City of 3ed Wing, in said'e'outy, to satisfy
the amount then due on said mortgaged debt,
and tie costs and expeh*bsjof sllcV"
WILLIAM W.PHELPS,
CllRISTOPHKR GRAHAM
l.cd Wing. August 27ih, 1859.
SALE.
JL'Jj Default been made in.the COUdi
county, Minnesota,'to William W..Phclp8
EDWARD BVLLABD,
^_i Proprietor.
Dated Wacoota, July 27,1859. 456-tf
MORTiBAGE SALE.r-
WHEREAStdefaulet
has been made in the
paymen of th sum of four hundred
and four dollars (©404 00) which iCSlaimcd
to be due at the date of this notice upon a cer
tain mortgage executed by George Kirkiif Good
hue-eounty Minnesota, to Thomas E. Bennett,
of-Winona county Minn.,bearirg lite-trlie 19th
•layof May A D. 1857. which was duly record
ccFoft the:25th day i)f May Iftfij^/ot 7 o'clock
A/-Mi in Rook S^'of mortgage deefla*, page*
54^and 54Vj in, the office o/the Itegister of IJceds
ofGood'iaecounty,and-^o.nrajseuings-at law
been instituted to rtoover the debt so
euVed by said mortgage or any part thereof.
Now, thcrcforoj notice hf- hereby gtytn that
byU-irtue ej-a power of sale contained in said
mortgage indpuranant to tho statute in such
cases made and provided,
The premises described in and covered by
said mortgage•«d5Mt:*t'Fhe HoVthliist bar
ter of section' five" in Township one huhared
and nine north of Range sixteen wost^ in Wino
na land District, MlnnrYtWill be sold at public
auction to the highest .bidder, for cash
to pay said'debVand interest, ieeurcl by said
mortgage, iindoosts-sivrUfi^ljiirsctneiit^ allow
ed by law, at the front door the of office of the!if
Register of deeds, in and for'' Gobdhite coiinty,
tit Red Wibgi in said eottntyj on Thursday'the
clock of that day. ^HOHA S ErBENNETT,
M. A. BiWifarr, 'JH -:., --Mortgagee
Attorney for Mortgagee, Winona,,Minn.
Dated-Jutj a»th, 185*. 155td
TA'tfEl
NOTICE!! SAVE COST 1 1
Al persons indebted to C. J. F. Smith, or
to the firm of Gambia & Smith, will-please
call and settle the same .with C. J. F. Smith, at
the old stand, Corner of Main & Bush streets
without delay. C* J* F. SMITH.
•. A^ngust 10, I85g, 158-w3
persons indebted to the subscriber either
note or book account are requested to
settle the same immediately. By so doing they
will save themselves cost
-.March 5,1850, iSAAq (iREE,N.
HAVfNG dono ac'redlt Wrsiness
to idy Mttre mtisfaction shall horefefter adopt
the Unwii./Sore".principle and sell goods for
}te unmutukqJb eg.uiyalenl.ONLT I
it will be for the interest of calm purcha&m td
givfe meh call. 'ISA'AC GREEN
Rad-Wiafc March 5th, I859t. 185tf
STORE TO RENT.
A BARE'OPPOBWINBrYMi* norV.bflerdd to
rent thaS'CONE »XORGi ftirmerlfjsoc
cupied by^G. J., F. Smith, on ft»sh street, near
i?PJi°#ite Ahe, Bakery. For particulars, in
of .JTACpB BENNETT
1 "'4*J'« w.v: .Afc'he'-Bed Wing House.
148-tf
the-l
OHTGAGE SAifE.
!'Default
Tfnno* t\*n /lSt«r
having boon mado in theoendU
of a certain mortgage deed, duly executed
and. delivered by John Sterns. Goodhue
Utonry, Mrnhesbta, W W«Bwm If. «t«p.f and
ChristopherGraham, of SibWry jcourity, MUtrl
neiatijcwhteh mortgage.,deed beare4ate the
of Noyembef, £%L 8 4 was
duly recorded in the, office of tlie Register of
peeds of aaid eennty^on tha^Oth dei.ofN
I A 8 4
at,ftnaVoJoQk P., M. ii
books of mortgages, pages 871 and Mi* and«/.
WJBWiys ftom said Jehn.Stetjis to sa«.*Phel«i
and Graham, in fee, the. loBoating
p, en ,e
Tho southwest qa.rter of tha aouthwost
of section number twenty-seven (27).
township norabeT otte hundred an thirteen
(113), north of range number fifteen west,
in aaidcounty and Territory, (nowState)." t)
Said mortgage w«* m»da to,secare the. pay*
ment Of the promissory ttote of sahL dohn
Sterns, for Un. sum of two Uiousand 4,000),
delhffs, payabKvtokaid
or thorr order, ^n .or before eighteen, wontlis
after the Seth' day af November, A. -D/-1S5T
with .interest at tlieraw of 4hrc« per cent, oof
month from date Ufital S
-No proceedings at law on otherwise having
beeninstittUed to rocovar. any. par* of aaid
mortgage debt, and there being dao on Hlo
ssodaiote ahd mortgage at tho date ,ot4k»s No
tice the sum^of-«eir*w-two-k*ndrod9andaev
•Mfr.two^ollara^^Tg) --, -WM
Now therefore, notice is hereby gTveft that
inmi. tuanoe of a /power of-sale In ^i niort
gageiconUined, and of tbeskrtute in such case
made and provided, said mortgaged premises
•will ba offered for sale .at?Publie Auction on
thelOthday of Ootober A. Bi 185»,at tea(tO)
xretaek A M., iu.front of-the Const Hausoia'
tawCity of Red W1agr«r
sioY
borchn and thereunto belonging,': jnUk 1 \V
1?bahliV'Ve'ftdiie aA4bA,otlco8 oteh*'SL*
6f&oVds.?ftl{ed WVn|«iiiXid Good? hi
tilth, day of October A.
on to the fees allows*** mt^STrecaivediSti
Citesar, Atty's. ^5,td, .,u£2iUcKSBeS
.aaaua
„. aVBAJuattruoty^teaatis-'
fy the amount then duo on.waid-.a^ojrtMjMd
debt^ahdthecb*a«Hixp^4os/drisale!7*L
-WLLailAMfrWkpHJiLPS,
t?HRMTOPH
MISCELLANEOUS.
JOB QIIDAM-f
14
ir/ST? OPBNiNO
II I E A OOVi*
At the Old Stand, where
E. P. O W A E
Will ba pleased to serve his Old and New Cus
tomers with tho cooling luxuries ot
ICE OREAEM AND SODA!
ALSO
HOTELS AVD PARTIES
at short notice and On rca'sotable
«s,oJ .- terms.
CORNER If A1K A BUSH tTS.,aXU WlttO,MINNESOTA.
May28,t85». I4l-4f
N I E
The undorsigned would respectfully inform
tho citizens of Bed Wing and vicinity that he
has purchased the entire stock of unmanufac
tured material for furniture, formerly owned
by Mr. Cook, an 1 that he is prepared to supply
all orders for furniture of every description,
on tho shortest notice.
UK1AIRING AND TURNING DONS TO
ORDER,
Also all kinds of COFFINS furnished to order.
a to ii
SHELF HARD-WARE,
HYDRAULIC RAMS,
CROSSCUT SAWS,
A
in said Goodhue oounty, vis:
A
Fruits, Ac., during the present season.
Rosewood,
and Walnut
FURNITURE constantly on hand, cheap for
Cash. JOHN CORELL.
Bod Wiiig, May 18,1859. 146-tf
INDUCEMENTS
TO CASH PURCHASERS
and Stationary!
OK ALL KINDS,
Cheaper than Ever!
& P. O W A E
is determined not to be undersold, and offer
goods in his lino as low as they
can be purchased in any
/town, on the river
ui in -J Also—subscriptions
1:
I received for all the best Pe
ritidival* and Paper*, or they can
be had by the single copy at any
Call and sec him, at the Book Store, corner of
Main and Bush streets,
jrted Win Minn.
^aily 1«, 1859. T-•••-.. 154-mi
W I
A W A E S O E
E. L. BAiftER,
,t (SUCCBSSOB TO T. J. COOFSR,)
Wholesale and Retail
A E Ik,",',:"'('.
Hard-Ware, Tin-ware and Stoves,
BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
LEAD PlPE,
BELLOWS,
I E 9
ANVILS,
-DRILLS^
CHAWS,
a¥joeoxi r, iKAlLS,
PUMPS,
.SCALES,
i-" PILES
AXES,
I O N
tti&ffMJMbl ^W«DI8H, ENGtlStt AND
AMXBICAW RBFINED.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
4^c., Ac, Ac.
AJV kinder 0 Sheet Iron and Copper
Work, manufactdred to order by experienced
workmen'.' '.:-''-''
jnW:23,»8fl!:.?i- 161-ly
A Wholesale and Betail Dealer ih
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
GROeKEBl, UA%
-J- ,83SAI« HATS A CAPS,
ii
"i*.
'CoHii^mny
uwmwater Steeet
5fitli
Hrp-'t)hc
"»*r eeei. rt teat)**
ts.-
{VrtW
PORK, HAMS,
BUTTER CHEESE.
Also: ttei\ir\n ResJrMaae Olotkiag,
Broad Cloths, Caej|^ejssa-suid
Tailors* Trisaislfje.
I also havHi Tailoring department for the
manufactory of Olotha to order. WarrantedU
It or no salev! p}V/TMli\i/f'l
.-^(- 11:Also*large»tock,of
& 0 0 AWD 8 2 0 3 8
."S .'Alsilille
blio that(which
maay already:
aa anyJeVwhantlh this city. Bow
Wtimto* ftmnlWjriflen'aMjthe rest of mankind.
JSd
and children,) please call al
an* f^smiao Goods and Pri©aa,and Ml nlec
yoBL%haryonwJl.ntgoawaydisaatIsfied.
0 vr'fip^a ,«H»ffl*M d.J.WCUTEE
Be*-WhiffyJiraw4,i»#a. -... -, vey
-'*. ''ii: tbSWLStBJ •f'iti-ui .^-—-r-'ti'V.-ri'i 1
jTi I'D lai
%rida1l7Aca. n.- «T%3KXSa
Pm&b&jfcm* VjL^'Wfca^WusE.. withjam lot off which
TcsnleBtt f% stands, near GanldtaHanding, Wacoot^s
rdslt8ggT5r3BB MVOTgule-^UtUi joarantead. Indoif
|9 libii.i
it ie! btcn. f?
TAJLU
MISCELLANEOUS.
{yiMfiMBER THE PLACE TO
BUT dOobs -0 I tttU UAta STBRIBT
ntoam
BRICK
S. B. O O
(SVOCBSSOH to riftf switsEr,)
Who is now receiving his spring and surumc
stock of
MOOTS AND SHOES,
I/BATHKR AND SHOE FNDlNGS,
HfiAfTY M.VDR CLOTHING,
Hate,
N FUBNISBING GOODS,
Cape,
Straw Goods,
Trunks,
Carpet Bags,
Valicea,
Yankee Notions,
Jewelry, &c.
Pure Wines,
Iaqaora/
Cigafs,
and fine
Groceries,
Together with a large variety of other goods,
which he offers to the
A S A E S
of Goodhue and adjoining counties, at price*
never before equaled in this market. Thank
ful for past favors, be hopes to meet a contin
uance of the same. S. B. FOOT.
rpHE cheapest place to buy Gaiters, Kid Boots,
A Slippers, Buskins, Ties,
Shoe of description, is at
IjiOsPinsanCombs,
THE
time.
REMEMBEBnthat
Childrcns'
FOOT'S.
Skirts, Skirt Reeds, Thread, Needles,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods1,
Cameo Pins, &c., go to FOOT'S
1.'HE
spring styles in Clothing, Bhirts, Ho
Sicry, Collars, Gloves, Hats and Caps, arc
all to be found at FOOT'S
place to get a Boot or Shoe made to
order, with a perfect fit, is at
FOOT'S SHOP.
PUBE
Wines, Brandies'.Gins, Whislry, Scotch
Ale, London Porter, Ac., at wholesale
only, except for medicines, Choice Havana Ci
gars, by the box, at FOOT'S.
OEMEMBEK that I manufacture and war
Ali rant a large part of my stock of Boots
and Shoes, and therefore tho place to bny good
ones is at the BRICK STORE.
I keep the largest stock in
my line Goodhne county, and of course
bny them cheaper, and can sell them aheapei
than those who keep smaller varieties.
DON'T BE FOOLED!
but come and select at the Bargain*, and from
the HUGE STOCK kept by FOOT.
N. B.—All kind* of TBOD.UCE taken at tne
market price. Terras always pay down.
Bed Wing, May SI ,1359. UffVtf
JJEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
S E E I E
-rAT-».
Green's
A S S O E
DRY GOODS,
Wal ., ,1
CLOTHINGj
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS A SHOES,
Gffoeeriea A
eltc*, e%Ci, a%4U
E
*fho abb goods to be sold
A O A S
Or its EdcivAtkJtT OKIT
it la a fact, that
eJrMiMl O O ^ItEAP
ii^i'if '-J: CWWs^ldcnaAe]
Call and sec what a
BIG- PILE OF GO ODS
Ton can get for a
A A a A ef ltfontfjr
N
'{••i.r -, -.. Bememlier that I ..
i2
ivfwA
1" r*V 'W «'sTje I
ByahymeKhant inKedWing.
ISAAG GREEN.
'Jime ^'oeV
Ui*UOU ,- a
tu5l
MISCELLANEOUS.
SPitlNG iL SUMMER GOtoS
AT THE OMJ STAND OF
McINTIRE SHELDON'S
CJASfl STORE.
WE are now in receipt Ofa largeand splen
ti& assortment of
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS end CAPS,
STONEand GLASS WARE dr«.
Also a fine lot Of
SILVER AND
PLATED WARE,
GOLD oV SILVER
WATCHES,
GOLD LOCKETS,
GOLD A SILVER
PENCILS
togetherwiib a general assartmentofJawaaW
tWH S*OCK OF
MMHI
eoQDS,
cahiiot be excelled in STYLE and BEAUTY In
Goodhue County, and will be sold CHEAPER
than they have ever been offered in this Mar
ket before. The Ladies are respectfully invi
ted to call and examine our Stock before pur
basing elsewhere.'
aftoCMiis!-
W* are prepared to sell Groceries at wholeaile
and retail LOW. They were bought for CASH,
and will be sold on the. same terms.' A good
stock always on hand, and satisfaction guaran
teed in every instance. Remember that Good*
tfll bought are hatftoii.'
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Will find we can supply their trsde as low as
hey can buy below, adding Freight and Expen
ses. We solicit an. examination of our Stock.
We have also a gobd'stofeK 6f
PAINTS. OILS/
GLASS, PUTTT
•nil SASH,
and' shall keep a constant supply on hand.
TERMS CASH or Good Bankable Paper.
J. MolNTiax, McINTIRE *SHELDON.
T. SHXLDOK. Sltf
E A A I A
S^KING° G6O0
J. C. W E A E S CO.,
Are now receiving, and offer to CASH buyers,
a large stock of SPBING GOODS, coaeistuur
in part of
PBINTS5
GINGHAM,
WHITE GOODS.
SHEETINGS.
COTTONADES,
LINEN, «f?:
Als'b'a largo and well selected assortment af
NAILS, GLASS, SUTPLOWB,
At reasonable prices,
BOOTS AN S E
Unsurpassed in qdalrty" of stock and workman
ship, at low prices, together with a large sup
ply of
FAMILT GROCCERIES!
Which were bought low. Believing tha
cAsU SYSTE9T
Better, both for the seller and buyer, it 11
adhered to, and all wishing to buy goods,
will find it to their interest to
pALL AND 8EE
How low they can be sold when there is
percentage pat on for bad debts.
J. C. WEATHEBBT A CO.
Bed Wing, May 14,'6». l4M
E» P. I/O WATER,
IV t) ••:. ,TJ
Wholesaleand Betail Dealcrin
SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS
And
BLANK BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Wail an. Carta!. Papers,
E W E S V,
Pocket Cutter*u
1
F«rt Wowwaiea, Faaey Goods,
biftf ..V"
MUSI&AL INSTRUMENTS
Agerrtrslaarortmentof
TOYS A*B1T
Aumt mytm^
NIfTf, raoiT ANO CONFECTIOrlARY,
Cornar or Main tt a Streets.
K«d Wing, Sept. is isif i.f 0-tf
^.rr..,: ^REMOVAL SS
»W9mT*MBir* DEFOf
Has been removtHl
.west aide ef
Maine street
uisre may be found
9HAto^ifii,srrt,,,entof
Tbrpat and MnsxUlohdiHg £ijfr*
**bk a^djingkbitrrtlSkot Guns,
CoHy, AttmX^Hd the celebrated
JwWsiM* dnd Zauerenee TUtoh,
P«dei, S«et, Lead ^aps. Wads, Flanks, Shot
S
1
Tackle, Ac.,Ac,
t, 1 flWASfBXBLIlK
Red Wing, JedeH4vl«58 Jome*
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