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CITY DIRECTORY.
6kiM^iASS-on Main' (between Bdsh A
Plana streets). Service* lit 10U A. M. and 7
P. M. Rev. E. B. VaBs',:Pesttor?
PHKSHYTEB1AIC.
FIBST PBBSBTTBRIA*—on Sixth street, (near
the Court House). Servi. es at K)tf A. M., and
P. M. Be v. J. W. Hancock, Pastor.
/'. METHODIST.
MBTHODIST EriscorAL—corner of Bait Ave
nue snd Fourth street Services of the Sab
bath at 16k A. If., and t}{V. M. Sunday
Scnool at P. If. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening at 8W. o'clock.. Rev. Jabex Brooks,
Pastor—residence on East Avenue.
GKBMAM MBTHODIST—corner of Broadway &
Fourth street. Service at 10K A. if., #nd 7
P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor.
LUTHE**N.
SWEDE LUTHBBAM CHVBOH—on Fifth street.
Services at 10W A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching
•fry Wednesday evening at 7 o'cloclf
C. Boron, Pastor.
KICK—7rS» eontsper Ht r«i' -••,-.
»TAKG»I -1 i(S\iyt ccrits pei lb.
R\LERAT08--B»bbit 10 cents per Hr.
SODA— 10 cents per lb.
OANDLE^-'PtelluW^W^-1 Starri iio Sperm
.'•vent*'pur lb. 1,
SOAJfttiPalroJind Family 7®S©10 Erasive
3rtfli cents per Hi.
TOBACCO—Plug 30®*) Fine Cut 40® 50
moking HV915®20 cents per lb.
SHOT -it® 10 cents per lb.
POWDEtt— Bla tiug, per keg, §5 00: Kifle
4V»0 cento per ttf
POUK—Mess per bbL 18 per lb. 10 cents.
POTATOES—MMM0 cent* per bush Prince
Albert, sued, 3. 50.
WOOD—2 UOporcord.
CKACKERS—Batter cents Boston and
Soda 10 cents per Ml.
HA MS—W cents per lb.
SHOULDERS—8 cento per lb.
BEEF STEAK—10 cents per flj.
VINEGAR—20O25 cento per gall.
SALT—Coarse 2 23 Dairy 4 60 per bbl.
FLUID-d0®l 00 per gall. ..., ,..-.
TUBPENTlN.kV-1 00®1 s*0 per gall.'
A»I ..r.. jfinfa ,1^,10,4 whale
OIL—Linseed, 1
art lard 1 .aper gall,
WMITJtLBAD-3 2
WHIT* LBAD—
3 25 2 50.
SHEETING—8®10®11®12 per yard.
UNBLEACHED SHIBTING-llfll2K ,cent»
5hlSt|aiSp^lfiw
.4911\»en 1 ret
Pine Itlsnd •'i S*
Waaioiaj 88
mea :-^a«%aauaW^s*^is-*4»'
ri) ikekgiiB,*s»»-.«» a
•Jn»baS^aawaWr'WOViW.
C±:'E2Z*SA
BMC
tJreek, i«
fiffihl
'fanwn
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sBev.
RED WING POST OFFICE.
novas or DBLIVBBT or MAILS.
On Sundays, from to 10 A. M. On week
days, from 7 A. M. to 8 P.
novas or AnniTAt, AMO DKFABTUBI,ABB TIME or
CL0SINO MAILS.
Red Wing to La Crosse, Wisconsin—' eaves
dally, (»»*,) at »K o'clock P. M. Arrives sir
times a week at 8 o'clock A. M. The. great
Eastern and Sonthem m*M» are carried on this
ronte. Mall closes at ¥. M.
Red Wing and St. Paul.—Leaves dally on the
nrrlval of the Extern stages at 3) o'clock A. If.
Mails close at 9 o'clock the previons even
in*.
Red Wing to Cannon Fall* ami La Sour.—
sy
ous evening.
Redwing
-Leaves Monde
Rot Win to OwktonhB and Blue Earth City.
iayandThursdayat7«,«loekA.
M. Arrives WWiiosday and Saturday at tt
O'clock P. M. Mail closes at 8 o'clock the prflvi
•us evening* 5j
Rod Wing to St. Nicholas.—Ltftvos Monday
and Thursday at S o'clock A. M. Arrives
Wednesday and Saturday at 6 o'clock P. M^
Mail closes at So'otoekthe previous availing.:
Rod Wing to Winoasu—Leoves Wednesday
Satasday and at 6 o'clock A.M Arrives Thurs
day and Monday at 6 P. M. This ronte' sup
plies all way offices oh the river. Mail closes
ednesday
at 8 o'clock A. M, Arrives Tuesday atS
o''dock
P.M. This route supplies We?, offices. Mail
closes at 8 o'clock the prayipu^ evening.,
to Mazeppit and Orohoco. Len^c
sndsyut 8 o'clock A.M. Arrives Tuesday"at
•'cfccVl', M? Mail closes 8 «fo
previous evening.... ..'..'.!.., „..,!'..
Bay Remember that all mail matter*' to DO
sent to any part ©f the United Stitos mugjtbe
ft»'Uy. .prepaid,
x/-
.•,:.".'.. '":..
In yropayiug foreign letters,, l*v affixing
count* nothipt:, am}lis lest to the-sender.
®mmWmkm'
..-
•SAfM
KK WiJili rillVbl E N
•Tf«cU4 wauUf. br UetaMte & SfccMoa, wkal«i*l« »u1
•:,',- -n»« M«wb«»tfc .vfaoa
'•-. o*itndli* i-'^T'.-ii! •,-..-.-.-, "',,
noOlETAIT.'TKICES.
FLDU*— WOffi)7 per hbl. •'.
WHEAT—Fnirl X»t aJperblisb. "v
OATS fiV»'.V cents per buskf e» Jl«
TlMOTlrt SRV:tKM3 4!te3* M'pe't"bu»Vl
CWIVEll«*rJrlD—7••0»)r»7-5!VpoV bo*h.
TTJRWBP *EE0^71i»^pcr|||:•-!-' u\ sid
TOttAW^'SEKiJi-** wtfmvW«B'UW'•
•'KtifTril* -rlU(912J^i.'cntspi)r-lU. maj
K«M*S—8)91(1 cents pvr'dojt. •.'.-.ii
Sflfl-AKv^. Ot. prime ctj* refined i\'(91i2
cms'iod nhd i»\v«loretl 15.
cents gol«ien svrnp i»i cunts,
TKAS^-i*»M
RED WJN«, SBPT./^ 4850.
f-r
^^'()sU.v\
Wrlta
VRusyMKN
UUSINKS8 MKK
•Wor'^Bi ^eW^L"i *'»»-V»-«i
THIS COUUTT! E W in
BSSSOM mr Ust of'^baMfRP^ Eumiae onr tlst 4
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING 1
TBESSNTINKL JOB orrioa
b7sarti«lU«lasUtst%lslnuiwiA:o«teld«of St. Psal.
WE ABE r-BEFABED TO »BI!CT
UTitoUou TisnhgOMOS. WaOtW
fene al^^-«stTisksls•
gm safe, tertw-t*
CBMkA PMBBSUH. W«jBUta.As..
STOrdersthanknillyreceived, and prompt
iy executed. W LITTLEVIELD & MAOIHMIS.
CoBBBsroNDENOB, containing important
news, is solicited from all parts of the State.—.
Parties, if unacquainted, will send references,
unless they are themselves well known.
E. A. I E 1 E Local Editor.
O E O N
Tlm'iika'- "'-v.
To CHARLKS HINDS, of the steamer Golden
E for late papers.
The River ...-,•
Is now veiy low, and rapidly (ailing. The
boats run slow, and-are very irregular.
The EpiacopaT^irplir^'':/. ,...,'.
This fine bdUding is being rapidly oon
stroeUd, and already presents a very pretty
appearance. The stone work is comnletod,
andthe lumber is oa tlte ground ready to
frame)."
Emigrutioa
Is on the increase. We are informed that
ngady^tef3i*a»#tiaMaairs -Wflf
enterprise, by order ot
are glad to see that that body
yar4*
TWBEDS-tllaWOceota per yardT
CHECKS—14®10coou per yard.•**'"•
QiMOHAM8-^tU®«6o«tlto1eTyaTU.'
CHALLIE DELAINE-»0®Maen\s pet yard.
HOOPS—15 cento per aeM Pi -..-TnVjtR ,„,
OABrBT-^0ar58arT»®l:e« p«r yard.
OIL CABPET—85 cento per vard.
ROOT8-Men»J Thiok «kaa do. Calf
4 00(85 00 do. Brogans, thick, 1 5001' 850
1 70 per,psar.
-t£Wl 00,Ber pair.
••••*C'''
iwult, ••'••v. *«aa*i
JCarahauhtoetrnT^ si S
y»c5J
Florence
I *LO«ntral-Potn»/
fjut^oR
^HS»ajg*W»fc
ifBrWBa$*»!»-,W,..»
,T»dsiMir^ .atfaJJIVadO .11.0 .«(i
&
tr9*9al9ttt
r*»«T»a d're-»* C«r
friSt-
Paul, suru with a (oil load of passengers.
We notice that doasWepSbhs nfumbore of
strangers are in our midst, and that new ad
ditions la oaripop«|a|ioa vvo$ 4nily occur-
Are Very seareei tlm Week, occasioned by
dnUnesa in all branches oi business. Very
few farmers have been in towh/ this week,
the majority of (hem having commenced
freshing. We liaye hoticod a few smallcoiihty,
iou ot n«w floer in the p^sirHet. Potatoes
are worth but twenty cents bashel. All
kinds of: produceia/selling^ »ory cheap.
Tr'ild CsrW|3fe.( oo«tBexeno aai^w
-Are very plenly on die Island
opposite,
the cityi and we bbfscrre that our citizens are
availing thenfieives oC.the opportunity thus
presented and are picking tfteni'. liefore tlier
are fitirly ripe. Let.them hang a little while
IjlQrjgcrand they will bs wortji fifty per cent
more than they now are i. .,.
Peterson's Mntd-siue
Pbir August was received two weeks ago,
but.we hr&lfamiiSpjt ..\'$fii do so riow
With pleaitfre, jjyid pronounce .it a tirstratei
number* It is one of tlic mojit interesting
ladies' ,bobk3 published. !'No laVly should be
without ft. Call at l'u^ sflico and subscribe-
Petersoh'tand the tfn/frW f6r 3
dirt. .rfoj.o8I«o.j gJiiaoOdmoil
1
(V.oaojn nofttfK0B?fiia^ifj!foTif{5:.ja
'rh^W'enthrr. wne« V--.
3
3t4ip tf
«5/»7S^l Ofr, Wack ftSffiil 00,
per )b.
COFPEE-^Rto 18 Java 2rt W per hV.
GINGKB—1401S cents pol-lb.-
PEPPEK-1SO20 cents per'fiii
'ALIJSPICB—ISfiWecents per lb:
«1NNAM0'N -W)(®U(i «cnts pet ft.
W W W W
Cheap as
We have had"hjl kinds df weai her since
""•'^i^Prfr. nifjj!^JM'en^wW7*V^rco^i
»!¥i.co!d j»nd.twtw^i.iV^'icilfart "cold,* warm
And' stormy, «U togsthm Ov^ropats wer*»
in active demand, and were found not
to be uncomfortable. We learn that there
quality and quantity t»i :.,. ..,:
A CJ.»od JWovc.
*»*thin,j. in W be spent in wna
Hbinoir
is due.
the Mourner's -Vision potty of PhHadc
d'M
prf p.ir.1po.l', nam. in P^Udelphi. 1 5 1 5
2 S 8 S 1 S
AJEW ADVERTISEMENTS
MORTGAGE^ALEbee^
Default baviEg n\ad. itt the oendi
tion of a certain mortgage deed duly executed
iavai
ota, to William W. Phelps and Christopher
Graham, of thesamo iplace, wldoh^iiartgage
deed bears date the flth day of Jaly A.' a.
18»6, and was duly recorded in the office of
Register of Deeds, of said county, on the 17th
dky of Jtlly A. D.'18«6, it eleven o'oloak A.M.
in Book First of mortgages, pages 349 A 85*
and convay* from. »aiJ. WjUard, and wife to
said Phelps and Graham, in fee, the following
vis
east
and convoys from said WjL
said Phelp and Graham in
described premises situate in said county,
The.north east quarter of the north
quarter of section No. twenty one(21) and the
west half of the north west' quarter of the
south west qnarter of section fifteen (15), and
all that part of the north west 'quarter of the
veys
We are happy to notify that our remarks •, ,- /. ,- ., ,,
R*jb "].! said Phelps and Gmham, in fee, the following
upon the condition of Uie.'flde walks OU described premise*, situufiein sard eountyy.viz:
Plumst., havehadtlio desired eflect. Since Jhe a st quarter of tho north west quar
,- ...•' .'-,'/::• V, tor, aud the uorthiWo*t quarter ofvtho north
the last .-essios of he he City Councilr'etist quarter of section NQ. twenty-two 2-»).
the planks have been liken up. and new
a
5
he
5 3
-7JWH.
1 change *w*» praaudadirem
fTbe
(Of
MMtsatitv. 5 7oi .'XJ^ r.jiijv-fr,.. ^orfT
Mtf W W MMf a the sealott
of .TeaWBfborne-.»»
yretBBt
of
vnsjkit^
cornLfBBaMiaVflsjr
ad hruodaj8
tf'«'W"*BuwJ*i*ww.M»
r*i
gain
i*.*f- quewta^^rsaafaufr iaaajp
ti-.lc* iBuoi od gohs3tla.Ta tlsmiaj
Moagsra'org *^MP'^
HE LooiM GH^faod. oshtr.-Eog
,M1^^lffinnaatttart^l
UaiiortiJa^tBJly.-- Gorantry, alre¥a known to too
.ATosxufuv'.omwrjjnr
No. twenty-two
Comraensnng at
said section. No.
north west quarter of section
(99), described as follows:
the north west corner of
twenty-two (43){thence running eaat .twenty
(29) chains/ thence south nine (9) ehuins,
thence n«rth eighty-eight degrees, west twenty,
chains aud live link*, rbence north to-the place
of beginning also the north east quarter of the
north west qarter of-the north west qqartor of
the north east quarter of section No. twenty-*
two (28), and the south east. quarter of tliethirty
south west quarter,-and the south west quarter
of the south east quarter of section No. flfteej|
(15), except so much thereof as has been hersM
tofore deeded to Hans Mattsou, all in. township
No. one hundred aud twelve (112), north of
range sixteen west, in the Bed Wing lusnd Dis
trict, now Henderson. Said mortgage was made
tosecurc.'
said
hundred and sixty __. ..
to said Phelps & Graham or bearer, six months
from the day of July\ 1?56..V '.
N proceedings at.law or ofhorwise- having
been instUutqd to recover any part of said
mortgaged debt, aha there being dim on' the
•aid note and mortgage, at the date of this «o
tice, the sum of five hundred and twenty-six
and eightyfluindredths'(52e flOVdolIars.
Now,'immSUi notice ishereby given that In
pursuance of a power or»Ale iO said mortgage
contained, of ths statute in sdeh case made and
rovided, said mortgaged premises will be of
red for sale at. publio anotion on the, 17tb
day of October, a. d,. J8fi9.tat teh (T0| o'lock,
a. m., in front of the'Cotrrt'Bbh'se, in the City
of Bed Wing, in said eouidty^to salasfy. the
amount then due onsaid mortgaged debt, and
the costs and expenses of saleV-1•' ','!
,, CHBIBTOPHEB GRAHAM.
ItcdWlngl'Aug. STth, Mali-1-'
ItffORTGAGE SALE
Default having.b.en made in the condi
tion.: •:,"••
tfid
._ ...._,.„..,_
Christopher Graham, of Sibley courify,' Min
nesota, which mortgaged deed bears date the''
i30«hdayof NdVemHer11 d.:i88^ and *ea du
recorded \n .the office of, the Itegister
of-
Deousf of sap county,.on the 24t day jN'o
voniber a. d.. 1857, at one o'clock, p.. m'-V »n
Book 8 of mcrtgages, "page's
convoys from said John Sterna
and Graham, in fee, the following described
premises., situate in said .Goodhue countyT viz:
The south west quarter of the sooth'west
quarter of section No. twentyr-aayeo 0 in
township No. »no hudred 'ah.d.,thirteen|W.18')
north of rsngc No. fifteen (.15) west,- in-said
coiwiy »nd tenit ry, now State.
.Said mortgage was made to secure the pay
ment oft the promissory :i«tc of said John
Sterns, for the suni of two thousand(2,000 ),dol
lafs, payable,to said-'Flielpb and (iraliam or
their order, on .or before eighteen months after
tlie 2!)th day of' November, 1857, with interest
at the rate of three per cent, per' month'from
th^tc unUl puiJ. fM "r 7T~, 1
No proceedings 'at law or otherwise harrhg
been instjitutad to rcoover .any- part.qfJ
nioregugcUyeW,, inVtffere ietnfe*d«fe,*r'
and there being dlfe'dn the
said note and mortgage at the date of this no
tice the sum of thirty two-hundred and seven
ty-two dollars (3272.)
Now., therefore, notice is hcrcby.^ijecn, ^hat
in pursuance of a powi
gage r--"•'-""-
t*ad6
will lit} ofturcdforr sale at public" ouotion,i on
fiMilimrfLvffi of October a., d. 1859,,at,ten (10)
o'clock a. ill., in fronjt.pf.-tbetCpnrtQoi^e, in
the City of 3ad Wing, in said couty, to satisfy
tl»c amount then duo on said mortgaged debt,
and- tfiK'dsi* and eJcpeh*i^f ftleV°
hna, bceuj, 4 i» W 5 4 S a & M&mfa
have had none here. -Corn, wc believe, is:-*'?n ?f, ocertaih mortgage deed.'duly executed
niU\^ kiUltr-»-V«*U^A™.5^i.'7 ST
a
WILLIAM W.PHELPS,
I iavo CHK1STOPHBB GBAHAM
Kcd Wing. August JtSth, 1859.
deliveredW'SwaiiWJ.
a
WiilaeF'!6'f
ettSt,
""P
No
the Council W
to whom honor "2,d W W W W
to wnom nonor
,**•£ ™vJiS
he RepuHr«cai candidate^ fhr^aeut. the ccat»,and
Governor appears up* titfe IteTObiicM^ $taie E ino^bd-nf
to
pohticmuof Minnesota** *f]
latioarf-%*
jwPeya^q -we*:
.cofciol.to vai^oii- drfJlc sbot 7
Gbod
WilliamvWwRhBlps1
4 Christopher Gjabam of. ihe same place'.
which mortgage deed bears date the 7th daty
garter of the sguthtwest
,. qaarterrand
andthei«vutliw«at^M}»»tor off thee southh
1.8 -done ,by private! Wastjqipjrter of section ho fiftcon (15A,in- town
t'-tha
fTiuinoil.
1 £7? quarte the/SOuthw«stjua»te th sout
ones put down .,This:.1-•-•*—•
hundred,and)"w
twelve''(112},
of rat)ge? N ix 1 6 in^thc t^henorth]
are doing trict of land's stibject tOsale at 'the1 Red- Winjr
(now'IIcnderKbnJ-MnA^tttcei! ^alilhortaage
ni„de
They deserve great credii for what they 'orie^eST^frort: t!ie-^thAhiy of- May, 1856.
have done in regard to improving Pluth
street, and we hopo they' will continue in
S S *°°r tymm ?^P^five buorod aadtwcnU-sixandLlv
reason, ou dark night, to complain of the eighty re
a
the formei'walk on Plunt street to remain in! caatainfed, and«f the stattue inaoeh, ease
itaiormerepnaition.
1
0
fle
re
df
0
isfl
!t*?!*f A'i^-1 I
I N Bed Winf-SM*^7t¥/AM
yolurne -of poetry in -the peaaassmn, of aj A a "iTfi 3 .1
genUeman of this city, onUttod the ^'Mouru- A«BW tfiida./
•f Viaiou written by:^ ^ttpunellyT A a
5
,to secure tW payment
benefitting the looks and interests «»f the issory bte'ofsaM'Swanfe J. Willard for the
«ty •totiMfflqm wm^sz ^nstraiina
»»f»fM%^'PremiaeswiH
sale at public auction on the 171!
dayWlctoblr^»f3
DefauU'ha'tit
ncyv am OTA .„*
uOf^s^kgaautfi O UW part 01 jm*«n*u»*ce month ftoudste «a«U paiaL ,TT-TsT
tMftaoa^l^inHMrp^ujiiatda^^^
.iToYwaX.-CI rScSxofl
•sen* •{oeaioe'W
INTENTIONAL DUPLICATE EXPOSURE
DsAr-Now?thsref^s,,/tl., UCrlg^veiltlia^ln S S S S S S
LEGAL NOTICES.
w,
UlUAim UJ1L1.
off a certain
»in the conditions
'etMtttodandde
both of Goodhue county, then Territory (now
State.) of Minnesota, to Samuel Shelaharger, ot
ilwiiBrtild/Onipi a W 6 A W mOfW|age
deed by the name of 8. Shelabargor, dated the
was duly recordediu the omee'oF tneTWjBsteT
of Deeds for Goodhue county 4 then Territory
(now State) of Minnesota, on the 18th day or
July, A. D. IBC, aW o^fcek A. M..4D Book
8 of Mortgages, on pages 1M and 156, by which
deed ot mortgage the said Elhuhath Ann Soiin,
b\ her attorney in fact aforesaid, 'did'grant.
b'orgaiu, sell and convey unto the said Samuel
SheTabarger, his heirs and assigns forever,' tho
following described real estate, situate in the
aforesaid county of Goodhue, to wit:
Lots two («), three (8) and four (4), of
block three 3 and lbtaone (1), two (a), three
(3), four(4), five (5), six (6]
'8) nine 9 of block tw* tf
}J
^WltLIAMjW.PHEtPS!,
seven (7), eight
,An Spates & Co.'s
a«oord^B W the
I), nine (9),
Addition to Bast Bed Wi»g, aeootdj!
plat thereofm reoord in tl» offico o£xivB:Beg
fster of Deeds of Goodhue county, Minnesota,
to secure the payment of seven hundred dollars
(870G,00), with interest thereon at the rate of
(30) per cent, per annum, according to
the condiUonB of. a certain.^»rpmissory. note, for
that amount, bearing evten. date with aaid deed
'of-mortgage, and referred to therein,, said note
being due onp year from its date sad beariiig
interest at the rate afbresatd and whoro^
at the date of this notice, the sum of one thou
sand seventeen and 71-100 dollar*, (gl017,*l
and no suit or proceedings at law. or otherwise,
"Now, therefore, notiee is hereby givqn that
underand by virtue of the power of sale in the
said deed of mortgage contained,',and of the
stbtutete such coses.made and provided, the
said mortgage will he foreclosed, By sale or the
mortgaged premises therein-and hereinbefore
described, at public vendue, to tho highest bid
der, in separate" lots by 'thfr Sheriff- of rfaM
Goodhue Aoautaf. at tjhe front door of the office
of the Seslsierof Beeds itt the said cbsnty of
Goodhue^ It the city of Bed Wing,jn the a*W
aaid county of Goodhue, on the "17th day of
September, A., 1859, at 8 oVl««k P.' M., Of
said last n^'med day, ta satisfy the amount due
upon said promissory note and mortgage at the
da*.e of said sale, and the costs and expenses
allowed by low.
dAMTJEL SIIELABABGEB,
MOCLVNO & CJJIPEHABT, Mortgagee.
Att'ys for Mortgagee. IM-w6
St. Paul, August 8,1859.
''Vl/ A i.lif.):-','tV/.!-' .. Vf
NOTICE.l
To al whom It may concern. The un
dersigned will make application' at the.' next
term of the District Court in and for Goodhue
*i.^\.i i_ •., ».^_._i.
eJrwmg, in^i^e^utWowHne^s*
of October/1859, for the
of the to•
said-countJ o*f
ridlah stre«t,.«u.aaja\^a»'
pdrfion of said town'tJ
118jr#orth of. range 18
ltL
raj heMjat
the -8* Mohdh
ating of so muc'
of Wacoota, in
easterly of me
tins ulj[ of that
wnahip No.
MORtiGrAGE S A E
VTTTHEBEAS default has been made in the
W payment of the sum of four hnudred
and four dollars (1404 00) which itColaimcd
torbudue. at the date of this notice Upon "a cer
tain'mortgage exceptedby George Kii-tSfGood
hno-eounty Minnesota, to Thomas E. Bennett/
ofsWiinona county Minn.,bearir.g dats^tho 19th
dacuf MoyA. D. 1?57. which wa» dulyrecord:
ccFon tho:25th dayJot May IMJ /at 7 o'clock
Al&lf.i in Hook S'of mortgage decHa pages
54Mnd 5|Gih. the oftce oMh\8egi«tc'r of Deeds
orGbodbae^count^^nd&o^pinatipedinga-at law
having beef Tnstitotledto recover the jiebt so
1 dYeji by said ntottgage or any part thereof.
Tlow, theTeforoi t^etice iar hereby gffon that
byCfirtue tjtegew| of sale contained in said
morcgnge Ind purBjiuit to the statute in such
cases maop ma provided,
The premises described in and covered by
iUH mortgage-io'Mt: A"Fhe KoYthtaast UUar
ter of sec-Won' five' in TownAip one hnfIred
and nine north of Range sixtecn west, in Wino
na land District,Mtuni'yavill be sold at public
auction fc» the, highest bidder, for cast
topay sal*aeBUnihl interest,.»»e*Urci by said
mortgage, and ooats-fndrfiabjirscmonts allow-
15th #yjT36ptjsllh», jm./ns*. at 11 o'
clock of that day. ^HOTASEniENNETT,
M. A. BrfcNsrr, I'mloH bats
Attorney for Mortgagee, Winona,,Minn.
DateO-Jttty 85ttt-, 185e« W5td.
M!—n aa a at tr- Smi i— h»
TAKE
NOTICE!! SAVE COST 111
All'persons indebted to C, J.'F. Smith, or
to the firm of Gambia A Smith, will .please
call and settle the same with C. J. F. Smith, at
the old stand, Corner1of Maui: & Bush: utreots.
without delay. C. J» F. SMITH.
,viAjagUSt, Ifli!*®* -. ':.. T- '158-w8
NOTICE. ...
ALL
persons indebted to the subscriber cither
by nete of bpok oceount are requested to
settle the same immediately. By so doingthey
will save themselves cost.
TUWI»V¥H 7«:
IN fjf t. BTAVI*NG done drfrddft mfcL.
to rty Attire toAtifadRon shat hofefcftor adc
the Umi&n&mP principle and sell goods 1
S immMtahtiU fion|yalen|.ONL
tt
wil!lhbe"
give^orfotathe'
of Sale tlce the sum of
fhterfisToT cWpttrcMsir* ttf
can. TBSAry-QBEEN.'
Had-Wing, March oth, 1859. iW 185tf
^5r%^
ORTGAGE SALE.
lDefahlt*«vhig keeamwhrlu dat eurtdi-
Prawi W. WlslpV and
Dffls9lulK:jeflentr, Mia
TWHBB GSAMaM^ daly Boeprded-in the.ofaoa.of tbi jS&Sft of
Deedaof said«euntyrou the,.^utU 4ay.of No
A :i 3
& 8
hookjr ofmorrgages, pages «7rana an SiS
TA
imorrjrages pages 871 and Kit and
ftont allj hu,Ka«s,t#saM.^helfd.
bam iafta, the.maVsuuug X^ribed
t( ***»*»*the jDay^faud Graham,,
r«sg*e*rftaate teaaiatltood^
if Theusouakereatuumusr
tw*nty-aav*n
4purto «f tho southwes
a a a
***y,tw*.*|h**t
^irtrw^a^^'
nttlitsen
uinsonehunared-and od
shoilOtfceWof Ootober .* B» la^-aOsaOt0)ii
woteek A *, initasut orstiho GasstitoBite»ui
•ggfeAase sgaBMSsij^Bae^^eW^oSafcaaflJaxJeAtoaAMwl
i\V*8i^W»fi»f
to the fees allow(fii^TflltlilaBj IIIBS
sueesstRfWU.ore
,9HOB3:IB? .MW
•UtK isq^a siJ is
vtar asai
MISCELLANEOUS.
J€»
I l€ll CifFIMII
WHO
irjaT dPBWlNo
•j*iaji
I E A O OBI ft
^Atthe'Old Stand, where
|L- P.' LO••W-ik'.t.tf'fe-v'
Will be pleased to serve his Old and New Cus
tomers with the coding luxuries ot
-_ |w Bra tiH-tuwffip -v .. ....,.
ICE GRBABM AND SODA!
'..:Aiso
Nuts, Fruits, Ao^, during the present season.
0PB&8JWP PARTIES
CO»EB MAlMA Bi SUraTt.,BBO WII«0,M1NBS"K»A-
pURlflTlI^RB^
The undersigned would respectnilly inform
the citizens of Bed Wing and vicinity that he
has purchased the entire stock of unmanufac
tured material for mmituire, formerly owned
by Mr. Cook, an 1 that ho Is prepared to supply
all orders for furniture of every description,
on the shortest notice.
BBPAtBING AND TUBN1NG DONE TO
OBDBB.
Also all Muds of COFP1N8 furnished to order.
Mahovony,
B»^85e5^s/##elf.
jTosjuia| W a a
FTJBNiTHBE constantly On hand, cheap for
.Cash?.. •.:-.,.::':1i" JOHN
i*:ih*» M»y
COBELL.
'148-tf
8 1 8 8 9
(JREA1? INDITC^IPIIITS
TO CASH PURCHASERS
OK ALL KINDS,
Oht
BCLLABD,
s^s Proprietor.
I&tcd Wacoota, July 27,1959. 456-tf
P: LO WATE
is determined not to be undersold, and offer
goods in hiBline as low as they
1 can be purchased in any
iojjbij /town, on. the river
laoeq Also—subscriptions
received for all the boat i«
ruxUval* mid Ptfxrt, or they can
be had by the siogie copy at any
Mortgagee.Whole*
Vvln*, Minn.
July 1«, 1889.
LSI Mfl
t'lffsaia cottnty Oh Thursday
3d n-.m
IMr-ml
A E
(svccissoit -TO', Vi J. coowa,) 1
a) a aid I Retail
A I I
AMWItt, Tinware aid Stores,
SEESfcF BA11D WARE,
ttYHlUttlG RAMS,
CROSSCUT SAWS,
eflbrou to
1 f(tf|DerlaajOc
1 street, near-
a a
40w«ship nambmr otto k*eJr*d *n« tidrtcon
I S
"?5* e^t^^faxtmiaaoeF emte•„-uf, mUk Jbhn Ji /. sj "jr /.
«*«1MH *s*Lsa^qo«f«ta»7tWtaa«d^aVDi00V.
ange fV the amount then due on.sBUe^skmatagod Jot-wH.
9 torgvA ,tje-fW r*fl
BLtlLpiERS' HARDWARE^
:e, una LEAD PiPE, ".
^-'^WEIiLOWSr
»ifllleeaea?ltaS2BBlK dtfw!i3-
jaiim^ 4 I S
isc A 4 1 S
eiK^Jeeqkb H* NAILS,
|«J.|w S
lr. 1 I/.
^^«fWfiw«i)tA
AXXJMkW REFINED.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Ajl^kJaidM 0/lku,lh^fe Iron and Copper
Work? manufactured to ordef by experienced
Si«!pr^«
VcfeoH M. iia
A a
*X
$
I A
Ma£ nl- I silo hav%4 Tailoring depawtmont fir t*i
two aUnaroiuandeev- manufs«torycfCkahwt«erder. Warrantedt
•iSSSL^-^S I ^aystWaWM'T) pMVtgttmw
".:Ala»« largo steck*f
'i^mohcas.ia O A O 8 S S 8
tKiad FAircir
to andd*aJHiL
VJ^J yesfthaf 900
odJ evh&laKs ,*tn
rte^W^frlaneAy
MISCELLANEOUS.
fpMsmm^xm
Who is now receiving his spring and summc
stock of r.r-»
BOOTS AND SHOES, r:
I/BATHEB AND SHOE FN^NGS,
iMArTY VADB CLOTBLNG,
o»sf s'FVBwisinxff GOOD'S
Hats,
Caps,
Straw Goods,
Trunks,
Carpet Bogs,
Valices,
Yankee Notions,
Jewelry, A
Pure Wine*,
Liquor*/
Cigars,
and line
A S A E S
of Goodhue and adjoining couttties, *i jMrfc?*
never before equaled in this market. TBafrk
ful for past favors, he hopes to meet a contin
uance of the same. 8. B. FOOT
T^HE cheapest place to bay Gaiters, Kid Boots,
A Slippers, Buskins, Ties, 01 Childrens'
Shoes of any description, is at FOOT'S.
OR Skirts, 8kirt Beeds, Thread, Needles
A Pins, Combs, Perfumery, Fancy Goods
Cameo dtc., go to .: FOOT'S.
FHE spring styles in Clothing, Bhirto, Ho
siery. Collars, Gloves, Hate and Caps, are
aU to be found at FOOTTO
THE
place to get
order, with a perfect fit, is at
PUBE
time.
Call and see him, at the Book Store, corner of
Main and Bosh streets,
DRT^OQDS,
A E S
161-ly
:jCittI« HJiETB
UWholesale
f:x
__ .1 KVA/.T Hsaimli .•-..
aad BetalL Ooaler in
i/iCTJIii'.. .. .I-'
dlo'o -J,
DRYGrOObaC
GROCIRIES,
FLOU).
BUTTJWetCHB
*An
Also: Hetterl« Ready
BroadCloths,
Tailors' Ti
GOODS
Boot or Shoe made to
isa
FOOT'8 8HOP.
Wines, Brandies,Gins, Whisky, Scotch
Ale, London Porter, dtc.. at wholesale
Only, except for medicines, Choice Havana Ci
gars, by the box, at FOOTS.
OEMEMBEB that I manufacture and war
Xlf rant a large part of my stock of Boots'
and Shoes, and therefore the nlace to buy good
ones la at the BRICK STOKE.
REBtEUBKKuthatand
1
I keep the largest stock in
my Una Goodhue county, and of course
buy them cheaper, can sell them aheapci
than those who keep smaller varieties.
DSON^BEFOOLED 1
but come and select at tit Itmymiu, and from1
the HUGE STOCK kept by FOOT.
N. B.-A11 kinds of PRODUCE taken at tne
market price. Terms always pay down.
Bed Wing, May fil ,lao». i#«-»f
{JEW GOODS! 2?EW GOODS!
i.:'. 'u •. HATS OAPdr
thteifc
ICHTlFi
Cl.vJ7-!(j* '1», vBw^.,,1
fft Vj fur.p. I 1"
i«eds
rchv'.J|«»)Mfl»USK,with-tlie1ot obIwmeh I
leoWtft stonds,t»earOMldm^«Mhafi. Vacuofja
?Bglri»«! Sdd 0 ftr.ifOf)
vdri:J .7/ Liu hoW .. nM'I
.aaavAi *T Y/^LM
IIOOt^ASHOES,
A
dBcn 4k4S«s e%Ck
i'.''. ,...,t he above goods to be sold '.
ejettfri O I tJMBAP
:E
*SB
PLAGE TO
But Gdoi« l3 IT *iM iiAbr
STBBAT
BRICK STORKt
6
S. B. FO01
(svocBesoU i. «rw«itBr,)
Groceries,
Together with a largo variety of other goods,
which he oners to the
lift
.:ttH a!nd^sebi it
fci€k'PILE iOE^ GOOD S
'oii-vM viij Ii*!^fi*4lBnHf# lu^'viT^-''
SMljffil^i* /'Vf#!**ty4 Mr
vl.
U*'
utfy MSKttant ii Bed Whig.
v.'»i iif ,'ij ,"::i-.*'. .iT.
i'j tfllJ*
JjUJ4t9!
tvd
iU7
.ifViJ
ISAAC
ib«l
ii
MISCELLANEOUS.
SPttlNG fc SUMMER GOODS
AT THE OLD STAND OF
McINTIRE $mmONY8
Wiarenowih receipt «f a large and spUn
fld assortment of
DRY CFOOt)S,
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS
BOOTS and SHORif,
HATS and CAPS, ...
STOtfE and GLASS WARE o*«.
Also a fine lot Of
SILVER AND
PLATED WARS,
GOLD SILVER
WATCHES,
GOLD LOCKETS,
GOLD A SILVER
PERCILS
together w1'%h»general aaMrUneutefJawaaaW
&&ii tft&ck OF
DRY OOQDS,
cahriot be excelled in STYLE and BEAUTY in
Goodhue County, and Will be sold CHEAPEN
thfch they have ever been ottered itt this Mar
ket before. The Ladies are respectfully invi
ted to call and examine ourStock before pur
basing else wherov
W« are prepared to sell Groceries at wholeadle
and retail LOW. Thev were bought for CASH,
and will be sold on the. same terms. A food
stock always on hand, and satisfaction guaran
teed in every instance. Remt4rt*r Mat Godii
t&4l bought art half W«V
COUNTRYMERCHANT^
Will find we can supply their trade aalcwaa
hey can buy below, adding Freight and Expan
ses. We solicit an1 examination of our Stock.
Wc have also a goo3 slot* 6f
PAINTS piLsi
6 GLASS, PUTTY
niit8ASirL
and shall keep a constant supply on hand.
7
TERMS CASH or Good Bankable Paper.:
J. MotHTiB*, MoIHTIBE dVSHELDOK.
T. B. SHKLDOK. sltf
G""
D!
CASH STORED
PBnmi
3 A
C. W E A E O
Are now receiving, and offer to CASH buyers,
RING GOODS, "irajsting
a large stock of
in part of
IK-
GINGHAM,
WHITE GQOOS. J^
r, SHEETINGSi
corroWADES,
A W tetfc*' and well selected
RAILS, GLASS,
At reasonable prices,
BOOT 8 AHD SHOE S
Vnsurpasied ib qualfty* ofstock and workman
ship, allow prices, twgeflier with a largo aup
piy»*
FA MILT GROCCERIE8!
Which were bought low. Believing tho
jpAaM S S E
.8 Si i'i B! ifflj
Better,both for the seller and buyer, it
adheredWand all wishing to boyhoods,
will find It to their interest to
-•nf\rf»ALI.-ANI8BB:,
How low they can be sold When there ia
percentage put on for had debts.
1. C. WEATHEBBY A 00,
Bed Wing, May 14,'50. t4B*ly
B»-F«
., ,„ -If/i ^J DtOO
i/^Vai ClAVS 10 W
i0
I O W A E
5.*rnWholesaleand
rr:'
8 1
Retail Dealeria
SCHOOL, MSSCELLANEOUlF
And
BLAfl BOOfs.
BTATIONJSRY,
Will aardCirtBiiPapers,
-,
3
Cut.
9
FortBMiaaieo, Paamy Sooala/
.. ,.. :hsit
JJQrniji': Yi .j,r.
VH'WW
-. -,.
MUSICAL fNSTRUMBJrTS
A gssjMrit akoayfMantof Vi
tstaifr W Main A Bash Streota.
B^w^,«o^.M a8fif^ iil*0-tf
»v|t fcaag ,|.^e
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