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MED WING I E E N COBBBOTXO WSSKIV. Flour—Extra $5 00 XXX 4 W bbl. Or hest—Good 80O9ae. Oata-'iiVaiOc bushel. Corn—2W80O35e shelled. Pork—8H®Sc lb in the hog. Potatoes—2MW0c. Seed—Timothy #2 50®3 Clover$T®7 50. Beans—75cOfl 25 bnsh. Butter— 1012i®c -Tib. Effjr*—Gf28c if doien. Sugsr—N.O 9»»o refined llr«H2c crushed •nd powdered 14013c. Syrup—N. O. 50c S. H. "0o golden 90c. Teas—40, 50,65,750*1 lb Coffee—Rio 15»16c Java 20c lb. Tobacco—Plug 8\(9t0c smoking lOOlScts line-cut chewing 40c. Powder—Blastin* $5Vkog riflo 40ra50c Yfo Shot—»®10c lb. Wood—1 Si@$2 cord. Salt—Coarse •'.' 25 dairy 3 50004. bbl. Fluid—80390c gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strained whale and lard 25 gallon. Lumber—Common 10|©§12 clear \6(S$20 thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 2/S«2 25 extra $3 50. Fur Marketi No. 1, Bear, #3 00 1 No. 1 do Cub, 4 00 Bed Fox. 1 25 4 CrossFex,3 50 8.Grey" 40 00 Mink 1 75 Deer winter 16 44 41 Milwaukee, Galena, Martin, $1 SO Fisher, 3 00 Lynx, 1 25 Coon, 50 Rate, 8(912c Wolf, 75 Deer sum'er, 25 II II Monetary Matters. Prepared expressly or the SSNTINXL by Smith, Meigs fe Co., Bankers, Main street, Red Wing. For Illinois' Wisconsin, and Missouri cur rency, we quote exchange as follows: Baring. Mliag. 2i prem. 2 Ir5l}li prem. 1 par. Ex. on New York, St. Louis, Chicago, IK 1-7 Gold, Eastern Currency, Goodhue Co., Orders, 60c. State Orders, 90c 3 For gold, we sail exchange on New York at 1 percent., premium. I I E O ICED W I N 1 I 1 I E S EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CHURCH—At the CVmrch, junction of East and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices at ld)i A. M. and 8£ o.clock P. M.— Sunday School directly a'ter morning service. Daily morning prayer at 9 o'clock. All seats free. Rov. E. IS Welles, Pastor. PHESUYTEMAX. FIRST PRESBTTKUIAN—on Sixth street, near k'ie Court House). Servl es at 1 'K A. every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev, C, Korea. Pastor. I. O. of i. JJed W\.\3 T.o ige No. IS, of the above named «»rler hold their regular meetings every Tues day evening, at 9)$ o'clock, at the lllill for merly known us the Dcmcrati Club ltaum. 'aator—residence on East Avenue (iinvAv METHODIST—c fourth streot. Service'aftToK P.M. Rov. HenryKoihe, Pastor, las a ruse of incendiaries to entice citizens MAN. COMSTOCK, W. C. T. SARAH PETTIBOXB, W. S. VAN A SOC1KTY. The rs-riilar meetinats of the lted Wing lodgfo No. 8. of F. A. Mas»ns, will be held oa the 1st and 3d Monday of each month, at Masonic Hall, in Day's Block. W. W. PHELPS, W. M, E. L. BAKER. Soe. TAI1LE O DSTANCES, FROM Rti Wing, to the following placet nay Creek Bend, Klrnira, Poplar Grove,.-. Pine Island, Mantorville, Mazeppa, Oronoco, Rochester, Zumbrota, Roscoe, Concord, VTasioja, Ashland Oakglen, Geneva Alhort Lea Austin Troy City, Hader Kenyon Rlwood, Owatonna, 44 Wilton, «4 Rioe Lake, 44 \Vastedo, la Bur Oak Springs,- \h Belle Creek, 16 Buchanan, Brandt's, Spencer, Willow Cieek, Cannon Falls, Prairie Creek, Cannon City,- Faribault, Lewiston, Nortbncld. Spring Creek, Cannon Bridge, 22 Hastings, St. Paul, Trcnton.Wis Wacoota, Westervlt, 1 2 Florence I4 Central Point, I7 Blue Earth City,- 10a! Lake City,..- lg CHarmont, 42 Read's Landing, 80 E N I E I E S HOOKER—Very productive large, beauti ful, and of UNEVIUALED QUALITY. Wilson's Albnny,—Exceedingly product ive FINE FOR MARKET. Triomphe de Gaud,—IMMENSE SIZE splendid appearance, and high flavor. Pyramidal Chilinn,—Very handsome productive, hardy, ana good Jta^nr. Large Early Scarlet,—THE EARLIEST productive and excellent. A It 1B impossible to secure all ttie eAcollcn cies of this most popular fruit in one variety, we offer the above as comprising, in five sorts, the various points desirable. We again confidently RECOMMEND th° HOOKER, at hg far the leet/or family nee, if jmtjf one tort to be planted—-combining a greater W Order directly from the Nurseries, to be I DISSOLUTION THE SENTINEL. RE W I N A I 11. I860- S E N I N E O OFFICE TO TIIX BUaiNKHS MRX XWor-Ba THIS COCNTT! Bxsaintoar Lift of TO TUB UlTSINKSH MRS S»*or-§» I W I N K»ma«inr LUlof PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTINQl THE 8BNTINKL JOB OFFICE Inks most asMMiTt ta Ooadtaa animts, «a4 ii uaiutvaaiad byaayiimilariaMiwtlonin Mina«Mia?euUideofat. Paul. Wl ABX PRXPARXITO PXINT lariutloaa I aw Blake. Blak Notts, Drafts. OirenUn. Ckaeii. VlHitinaCarSa. Bill Haada. BiUaof UtUas. Reelpu. Oataloaaas, Pamphlets. WaMiaa Testis. BilUof Ksakaaga. Pmftia aunts. Show BUla. any tilt. Posters. Way Uiilt.&e.. Ordersthankftjllyreceived,and prompt ly executed. LITTLE*»LP & MAOIMKIS. SPCoBRXsroNDKNCx, containing important news, is solicited from all parts of tire State Parties, if unacquainted, will send references, unless th*»y are themselves well known. POSTMASTBXS. everywhere, are our authorized Agents. No paper mailed till the subscription pirceis remitted. tSf* Advertisements to insme an insertion, must be handed in before So'cloek on Tuesday morning. E. A. I.ITTLKFIELI. Lonnl Editor. O E COLUMN. Victors. The Northern Light landed about twenty Winnebago Indians in Red Wing, on Mon day. They came from McGregor, and are on a visit to their Siou** brethren. They had two teams, and cam? prep'*red P*y their own way. They are moi'C cwi•'•zed than the Sioux, and most the English language very well. Plows of them spea*' We notice that those celebrated White water clipper" plows which Messrs. C. II. & E. L. Baker are the agents for, are fast being disposed of. The Whilewate clip per plow" is acknowledged to be the best in use, and the Messrs. Baker sell them at manufacturers prices. Pike's Penk. We are informed that a company, con sisting of six or eight young men, intend to leave Red Wing sometime during the pres- ient month, for Pike's Peak, We hope they will meet with the success which they an ~»M ticipate, hut much fear they'll find that "Jordan is a hard road to travel. P. M. Rov. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave nue and Fourth street. Services of the Sab-, oath at ln^ A M.. and 1)4 P. M. Sunday An .Harm of fire was raised last Monday »s if you were on the spot. To those who have never seen this wonderful instrument, we say call and look at it—those who have seen it will be sure to call again for none are too roung, none too old, none too intel ligent, none too uneducated, to acknowledge its worth and beauty. Uiver ftews. There is very little activity in the ship ping buisness, in consequence of the extreme low stage of water. All tbe grain that is shipped lor St. Louis, has to be re-shipped at Keokuk, and taken over the rapids in light draught steamers. There is said to be less than thirty inches of water on the lower rapids. The new steamer, Sucker State, came up last week, bringing quite a large number of passengers and a heavy load of freight. The Northern Light, from Cincinnati, passed np on Monday, loaded almost to the guards with passengers and freight. The Frank Steele went down on Sunday, loaded with hides, for the Cincinnati market. She took on quite a lot from this place. If the water continues to fall as rapidly as it has for the past week or two, it is probable that the large boats will have to haul off, and give place to others of lighter draught. Emigration. Westward the star of empire takes its way," We notice with pleasure that emi gration is on the increase, and every boat that lands at our levee gives evidence that Minnesota is getting a good share of those who are seeking homes. This is as it should be. It is encouraging to know that our number of excellencies than any other variety. noble young State has passed through the HF* All of the above have perfect flowor^, financial crisis which but recently swept & 7 P,ft0tt!a)»ver the Union, leaving in its wake devas- a a sure of the genuine.—" The Hooker" originated the animosity of a jealous eastern press,— 2 E a N W NOTICE. partner JESSE8I1ELDON. McTN T. Red Wing, Minn., Feb. 29, I860. The mercantile business will be continued! earthly paradise, and rear in olaco of the the subscriber on his own individual ac- »i.« r_j ." count, at the old stand of Mclntire 8heldon- Red Wing, Minn.. Feb. 29,18*0. 198-w4 KD WING HOUSE, TO RENT, apply to BRIST PHEL4P8. LOOKING GLASS PLATES, of a» sixes, at 1 ^yl KiLioee't Dave Svoas. ™n—that she has lived down and now stands before the world brighter and stronger than ever before, while other and older State3 are left crippled by the en our grounds. Money, at our risk. PRICES—(Securely packed to be forwarded by express:) Per 100 plants of any of above varieties- $2.001 blow—inviting to settlement her broad and loo 20 of each variety 3.00'- .., XT 50i 100 of each variety 7.50ilert,-e Prames. No is the best time to *i 1000 of the Hooker -.10.00,come to Minnesota, while everything is 8 18»-w3 Rochester, N. Y. three years ago, can now be bought for $ 5 a The firm of Mclntire & Sheldon is this. S 1 5 ggjg There are hundreds of thousands A of day dissolved by mutual consent. Debts due! $1,25 per acre, in every connty the the arm will be collected by3SE eitheMclNTIKE.) «nent lands open to pre-emption at every connty iin State, which want only the civilizing axeand plow, to convert the recent hunting grounds of the wild and untutored savage into an 0 I a JESSE MoINTlRE. w,Sw*n»s» structures of art both comfortable and luxurious. Changes like this are occurring all the time in Min nesota, and why Simply because our State possesses all the elements requisite to health, happiness, and surceis—pure air, fret institutions and a fertile soil. News of the State. A mass meeting of the citizens of Chat field was held oa the 30th nit., to discuss the railroad question. The meeting was addressed by Messrs. Miller, Morse, Cavan aughr Smith, and others. So says the Democrat. The liquor traffic appears to have been the cause of a great deal of excitement in the cities of St. Anthony and Minneapolis, during the past week 01 two. Th cause of the excitement was the death of a young man by delirium tremens. A committee of the order of Good Templars, composed of ladies, waited on the saloon keepers and remonstrated with them. The next night the Congregational Church was burned, and the temperance folks charged it on the liquor dealers. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, who chose a deputation of about 50 gentlemen, with instructions to wait on the saloon keepers and inform them that if they did not close up their saloons the people would do it for them. The rum mies have formed an association for their defense, and it is feared that scenes of vio lence will ensue. The Hastings Independent of the 5th inst., says: Mr. Manus, of Spring Lake, in this county, has presented us with a mess of nice early potatoes. The 1st of April is early for new potatoes in any country, and for Minnesota these potatoes will astonish the world. They are known as the Early sers. These were raised in an old barn, and are as beat them 1 0 caused by the burning of the celebrated Hamline Univer A S "*rh°™™" wa. regarded by many LUTHERAN. from their homes, that they might have a SWEDE LUTHKIIA^ CHURCH—on Fifth street.!_%,.„_e- ,„ _„ib Service* at row A M.. an.) 7 P. M. Preachingi a 0 a Pander the stores and private dwellings hence but few people were on the ground. If there are incendi aries in our midst, should we not have a masheen The Stereoscope. One of these most instructive, interesting, entertaining, amusing and exciting of mod ern inventions, is now on exhibition at Organized Jan. 14th, IvVi, meets reeularly •very Tuesday and Friday evening, at the old Rich's Ambrotype Gallery, together with a Coaneil room, in Phi Ilea's hloek. •*.«. JOHN I A N E President. F. A SI. a a Ciua. KEMP, Secretary. |in different parts of the world, which are presented to the view in all the relief, bold ness, perspective, and sharpness of detail, Rrand and beautiful scenes 8 8 W We learn from I. M. LarraDv*, k*s the boys attending Griffin's Ferry, at C» ver, caught, one day last week, a sturgeon that weighed sixty-two pounds. We were not aware before that "Albany Beef" could be found in the Minnesota waters.—Glancoe Register. On Thursday about three dozen fine, fat cattle went down on the Grey Eagle, for New York, the fiist which ever went to that great market from this neighborhood. They were raised in various parts of north ern Minnesota, and collected by the shipper, lie pays $2 0 per head, through freight.— Beef sells on foot here for 2}i%2% per lb At New York, cattle are selling from 7 to 9c. The cattle would average about K»0O tts in weight, so that the shipper will have fair profits.—St. Paul Times. The St. Paul Pioneer j« Democrat says that the contract for building the Telegraph from La Crosse to St. Paul, has been taken by Mr. James M. Winslow, who has guar anteed to have it in operation before nest winter. The Winona Republican records the at tempt of a party of young rowdies to effect an entrance into a house of ill-fame in that city, by battering down the door with a scantling. The windows of the house were completely demolished but the assailants being fired upon by the occupants had io beat a retreat. The Republican sajs such scenes are quite common in that city. The Henderson Democrat says that han hen-ormous 'en hegg. as a Cockney would say, was presented to us on Thursday last, by Chris. Graham, Esq. It measured six inches and a quarter around crosswise and eight inches around endwise. It is the pro duct of a hen, belonging to Mr. Graham, which, as he says, is now on the declining side of life. Only think what whopping eggs she must have produced when in her prime." The billiard match between Mr. Mark ham, of Rochester, and Mr. Gayle, of W nona, for $75, was played Saturday. The game was caroms—1,000 points—Mr. Gayle beating his competitor handsomely 119 points. Several hundred dollars changed hands on the result of the game.— Winona Democrat. The Congregational Church edifice of Minneapolis was destroyed by fire on Wed nesday night. The church was built at cost of $ 2,500. Rev. Mr. Nichols was the pastor of the congregation. There is no doubt about the fire having been the result of incendiarism. The primary cause of this act is supp osed to have originated in a bitter controversy which has lately arisen between the Tern perance and anti-Temper portion of the people of Minneapolis.—-St, Pavl Pioneer. NhW ADVERTISEMEJSTS H. BRAND, Druggist and Pharmaceutist, Main Street, Red Wing, Minnesota. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Paints. Oils, Glass.Extracts, Gums, barks, Roots, Herbs, Patent Medicines, Perfumes, Brushes. Leys. Varnishes, Cam phene, Fluid, Brandies, Wines, Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars, ALSO Dr. JAMES CLARK'S CELEBRATED FE MALE PILLS. All of which will be sold advance on eastern prices. for a very small 198m6 E S I N O E S A E Saddle and Harness Maker! (Next door to Lawther's Brick Block,) Bush STREET, Rn W is Will keep constantly on hand the very best Harnesses, Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Fly Nets, Whips. Cards, Combs and Brushes, and everything in the Harness line necessary to ritr out a Horse or Team. AH kind of work made to order, and REPAIRING of all kinds done in a most superior manner and at tbe shortest notice. Leather and Saddlery Hardware at Whole sale and retail. Country Shops will be sup plied at the lowest prices 192m6 O S A E A STORE HOUSE, with the lot on which stands, near Genld's Landing, Wacoot a Terms favorable—title guaranteed. Inqui of E. BTJLLARD, Wacoota, Ot COLVILL & HAMILTON, Red Wing. .Waeoeta. May 14. *»». \4S-8m •IOTURS! PICTURES PICTURES tl! Ambrotypes TritRphant DAOUKRBBOTYPS S RCLIPSBD.! J. £. RICH, Weald respectfully annonnee to the citizens of Red Wing and vicinity, that he has leased and fitted up the A O E O O S .formerly occupied by J-Going, on Main street, \ver C. & K. L. Baker's Hardware Store, where all who wish, can procure life-like like nesses of themselves or friends. Having had several years experience in the picture art. I leel confident of being able to please all who may favor me with a call. No picture will be allowed to leave the room nnloss it will bear the strictest criticisms as alikeness and a work of art. I appeal to the judgment and good sense of a discriminating public, and am in hopes that they can appreciate the difference between a good Ambrotype and those deathly, ash-colored, sunburnt shadows so often palmed off on the public by traveling humbugs. All are respectfully invited to call and ex amine specimens. Pictures taken in CLOUDY as well at FAIR WEATHER. Instractions given In the art. Rod Wing, April 4,1360. 192tf LEGAL NOTICES. MORTGAGE SALE. Defunit having been made in the condi tion of a certain mortgage dated January twenty-third, a. n. one thousand eight hun dred and ntty-seven, and recorded on the twenty-fourth day of January in the same year, at 12 o'clock noon, in tne office of the Register of Deeds of Goodhue county, Minne sota, in Book 2 of Mortgages, pages 187, Ac., and executed and delivered by C. J. F. Smith, Sidney P. Gambia, and Mary A. his wife, all ot said county, to Joseph W. Gott, of Orange county, New York, to secure the payment of five hundred and fifty dollars, according to the condition of a promissory note of the same date, eyecuted by said Smith and Sidney P. 'x»iubia, and payable to the order of said Gott -t*r from the dtote thereof, with interest in one 3 forty per cent, a year until paid at the rate o. claimed to be due, and is upon which there .'•• Hate, the sum of four due and uupaid at this ,., M«rs WILKIN & HEARD. Mortgagee. Att'ys lor Mortgagee. 193td Dated April 11.1360. A E OF MINNESOTA.1 District Court, O COUNTY OF GOODBCE, SS.J First Judicial DistricJ. Eli Ellsworth, Plaintiff, vs. Summon*. John J. Hopper, Defendant. To John J. Hopper, the above named defend ant In the name of the State Minnesota You are hereby summoned and required to an swer the complaint of the plaintiff in this ac tion, which eomplaint has been filed in the offi?e of the Clerk of said Court, at the city ol Red Wing, in said county, and serve a copy of your answer to said complaint upon the sub scribers, at their office, in the city of Red Wing, in said county, within twenty days af ter the service of this summons upon you,, exclusive of the day of such service. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to answer said complaint as above required, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. Dated at Red Win?, Minnesota, March 7th. A. D. 1860. WILDER & WILLISTOM, 138-W6 Att'ys for Plaintiff. i^TATE OF MINNESOTA,) Dist. Court, 1st OCOUNTY or GOODHUE, ss. Judicial District Samuel N. McOaughcy, 1 Plaintiff. vs. SUMMONS. William H. Powner, Defendant. To William H. Powner, the defendant above named In the name of the State of Minne ota. Yow are hereby summoned and reqnired to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in this action, which complaint has been tiled in the office of the Clerk of said Court, at the city of Red Wing, in said county, and serve a Icopy of your answer to said complaint upon the sub scribers, at their office in the city of Red Wing, in said county, within twenty days after the service of this summons upou you, exclusive of the day of such service. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to answer said com plaint as above required, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for tho relief demanded in said complaint. Dated, Red Wing, Minnesota, March 28th, A. D. 1860. WILDER & WILLISTON, 19lw6 Att'ys for Plaintiff. NOTICE.l To al whom it may eoncern. The un dersigned will make application at the next term of the District Court in and for Goodhue County and State of Minnesota, to be held at Red Wing, in said county, on the 3d Monday of May,, 1860, for the vacating of so much of the town plat of the town of Wacoota, in said county of Goodhue, as lies easterly of me ridian street, in said town, being all of that portion of said town that lies in township No. 113, north of range 13 west. GEORGE W. BTJLLARD, Proprietor, Dated Wacoota, Dec. 24,1859, 456-tf O O E S E E S The undersigned having raised a superior Mammoth Prolifto Bean white, and of mealy tenderness, pronounced by judges the host Lima ever raised, and hav ing reserved enough myself, 1 offer the balance for sale. They grow only six feet high, the vines being completely covered with bunches of from fifteen to twenty large pods to the bunch. Nine cents per package, mailed. Also, E A SQUASH, which is not surpassed in delicacy of flavor by any vegetable, and for pies cannot be excelled: flesh tid, close-grained, firm in texture, and rich cream color. Twelve cents per package, mailed. Address, C. V. RAPELYE, Care of Horticultural Monthly," Morrisiannia, N. Y. N. B—Japa Apple Pi Melon. Nine cents a package. The three for 25 cents. Also, a good variety of other choice seeds. 18fw8 pUKNITURE. The undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Red 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. REPAIRING AND TURNING DONS TO ORDER. Also all kinds of COFFINS furnished to order. IHahogony, Rosewood, and Walnu FURNITURE constantly on hand, cheap for Cash. JOHN CORELL. Red Wing, May IS, I860. 146-tf STEAM ENGINE FCR SALS! HnHEsnbssriber has a first rate Steam Engine FOOTS COLUMN. 1851. Fall ftWIitor Goods. Iftt* Dry Goods and Ghroooxie*. —AT— O O T'S! E I S O E On Main Street, sign of the "CHEAPSIDE." ——::o::—— The undersigned has the pleaanre to an nounce to hia friends and customers the arri val of a large and well selected assortment of hia usual line of goods, consisting of LEATHER A FINDINGS, BOOTS & SHOES, MEN A BOYS* CLOTHING, GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS AND FURS* TRUNKS, CARPET-BAGS AND VALICES, Together with a huge stock ef every kind of STAPL E FANCY GH0 LIQUORS, O O S DRESS GOODS, and twenty- hundred and fifty-three oJ-.'" -Hug having three cents and no suit or procv."*- »ecov been instituted at law, or otherwise, t? er the said mortgage debt, or any part that?" Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage contained, and pursuant to the statute in such ease made and provided, the premises conveyed by said raort gugc, and therein described as follows, vis: All those tracts or parcels of land and premises situate in said county of Goodhue, known and described us follows, to wit: lot number nine ), in block number forty-four (44) in the wn of Red Wing, and lot number seven (7), in block number one (I), in East Red Wing, as platted and recorded in the office of Register of Deeds in the said county, will be sold at public vendue, at the front door of the Court House, in Red Wing, in said county ot Good hue, on the 23th day ot May, 1860, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, by the Sheriff of said county of Goodhue, to satisfy said mortgage debt, with the interest, an costs, anil expenses al lowed by law. JOSEPH W. OOTT, NOTIONS, JEWELRY, &o. E 1 E: si CIGARS, Of every deaeription, besides a great variety er goods, to be seen free of charge. THE Order of the Day I I IS TO *«PI And I am prepared to offer Zijn.Z1.0-JaVZZraB KITHIB FOB ofthirtyhorsenower,whi«hhewillsenon A MAPSIDE.' very iberal terms if application be made soon CASH OR PRODUCE. DON'T BUT UNTIL YOU CALL AND SEE ME. EVERYeSTYLEr I ATi 6 a OF BOOTS AND 8HOES, mad to orde and warranted. Repairing doLe at FOOT'S SHOP, 1 A ABbla. Choice Winter Apples, from Cha 1 tauqua Co,, N. Y., at FOOT'S. *hela Plastering Hair, at I W FOOT'S, BUTTER EGGS, and FLOUR, in abundance at FOOT'S, COME and try the 50 cent Teas, at POUT'S. ANTED to bqy either for cash or W1,500 A QVLEAH ATTRACTIONS IN NEW Goods, and more to come, at FOOTS. WANTED.—1,500 GREEN AND DRY I E S A O O S TTJST RECEIVED.—25 SARREL S OF PURE WHISKY, A O O S REMEMBER THE PLACE! TBS BRXOS 8T0&3 On Main Street, sign of the A do W WM. FREEBORN. I & R. R. FOOT. Red Wing. March SO, 18N. tstf Bed Wing, Oelofter, IM». MISCELLANEOUS. E W I N ARDWARE STOREr C. H. A E. L. BAKER (MJCORMQB TO T. Ii COOPEB,} Wholesale and Retail I I I Hart-wart, Tin ware aid Stores SHELF HARD-WARE, HYDRAULIC RAMS, CROSSCUT SAWS, BUILDERS* HARDWARE, LEAD PIPE, BELLOWS, VICES, ANVILS, DRILLS, CHAINS, NAILS, PUMPS, SCALES, FILES AXES, I O N PXBU SLIOO, SWEDISH KKGLISO A N AMSBICA E I N E A I A I E E N S «fcc, fsc, Ssc. All kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper work manufactured to order by experienced workmen. June 85, '09. 161-ly J^ J. I E R, Wholesale and Retail Dealer ta A GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKER A S & 0 A S PORK, HAMS, LARD, FLUID A OIL, BUTTJRR & CHEESE. A so Dealer in Read Made Clothing, Broad Cloths, Cassimers and Tailors* Trimings. I also have a Tailoring department for th manufactory of Cloths to order. Warranted tc fit or no :**le« Ai»? S farge stock,0/ 300TB A1T SSO30. FANCY GOODS, mis & s^n* I will further stale to the pahlic that( which many already know,) I will sel.1 Goods(/»r cash) as cheap as any Merchant in this city. Row Friends, Countrymen and the rest of mankind, (including women and children,) please call at my Store on the corner of Main and Plum Sts., and examine Goods and Prices, and I'll pledge vontha' you will not go away dissatisfied. J.J.alCHTEF. Red Wing, June 4,18SS. 96y ]yj E O O I A N fill. IARD HALL, A. A. E L. TEELE PBOPBIBTOBS Basement of the Metropolitan Hotel, corner of Levee A Potter Streets, Re Wing, Minnesota. The proprietors' this establishment having beentoeoneiderablee*P«.n*«, and having fur nished their tables with the Unproved patent O I N A I O N 2 W 8 would respectfully solicit a share Pa*~ ronage of the lovers of tbe game. Our &»!»»« are inferior to none others in Red Wing or in the State, and we feel confident that we can suit all who may favor us with a call. The best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, will al ways be found at ike bar. Terms Cash. Red Wing, September 10,1859. l«2-ly E. L. HOWARD'S Bl it Shop, OOaWXR OF MAIN BROADWAY. Is whore yon can get work done cheaper than at any other shop in Red Wing. Particular attention given to HORSE SHOEING. May 21/59. 146-tf T^EW SALOON I JUST OPENED W in af* green and dry Hides, at POO'1 Main Street Red Wing The proprietors of this establishment having ong felt the need of a regular and complete E A I N O S E In Red Wing, have been to considerable ex pense in fitting up the above named saloon, and lake pleasure in informing their friends that they are now prepared to execute all or-L. ders with promptness and dispatch. To our frier ds from the country we would say, that we are able to furnish yon with anything yon choose to call for, in the eating line, cheaper than you can be served at any of the hotels.— Our I O A E Consists of Game of all kinds in its season, Fresh Fish, Pork and Beans, Ham and Eggs, Beef Steak, Roast and Boiled Beef, Mutton Chops, Veal Cutlets, Tripe. Oysters in every stylo, Bologna Sausage, Bread, Pies, Cakes, and everything else which the market affords. THE BAR will at all times be supplied with pure Wines, Liquors, Ales, 1 W Cigars, A and no pains will be spared to make the Young America a popular resort for all who choose to patronise it. Call and see us, gentlemen. GEORGE JOHNSON, Proprietors Red Wing, Sept. 24,18&9. 164-tf OUR MUSICAL FRIEND. 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WBP MISCEL LANEOUS. N E W FAU* ANP WINTER GOODS AT THB STORE Or JESSE McINTIRE, (Soeoeaaex to Mclntire & Sheldon.) CASE STORE. WEare nowin receipt ofa largeaad eplen lidassortmentof DRY GOODS, GROCERIES PROVISIONS, BOOTS and SHOES, BATSfaadCAPS, STOKE an* GLASS WARE *e. Alsoafinelotef SILVER AND PLATED WARE, GOLD ft SILVER WATCHES, GOLD LOCKETS. GOLD ft SILVER PENCILS, togetherwith ageneral assortmentefJawaaaw OUR STOCK OF Slt^f, &!! DRY GOODS, cannot be excelled in STYLE and BEAUTY ia Goodhue County, and will be sold CHEAPER than they have ever been offered in this Mar ket before. The Ladies are respectfully inci ted to call and examine our Stock before pur tLcie. GROCERIES! We are prepared to sell Groceries at wholes*'. andretailLOW. They were bought fer CAS and will be sold on the same terms. A jod stock always on hand, and satisfaction MM teed in every instance. Remember ft ff-4» well bovghare half sold. COUNTRY MERCHANTS Will find we can supply their trade ss low as they can buv below, aiding Freight and expen ses. We solicit an examination of all steak. We have also a good stock of PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, PUTTT and SASH, and shall keep a eonstaat supply on hand. TERMS CASH er Good Bankable Paper. 188 JESSE McINTIRE. E O W A E W holesalcand Retail Dealena SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOU And BLANK BOOKS S A I O N E THE Yonng America Restaaraat, In the basement of *9S: ,aik Wall and Cirtai* Paper*, E W E Pocket Cutleryi Por Monaaies, Fane Goods AKO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A general assortment of TOYS AND YANKEE NOTONS NUTt FRUIT AND CONFECTIONARY. Corner of Main It a Streets A S A S Goods given in exchange for clean Linen 01 Cotton Rajrs of sll colors, for which the high est price will be paid. Red Wing, Sept. 13,1857. 80- tf a. aoaaow. O O W H. A. BOTT O T. DKALEBB IN DR O O S BOOTS & SHOES, O E I E S O I S I O N UPPE LANDING, RE WING. Our stocL Is large, and well adapted to the WAMTS OF TBB PIOFLB. We sell for CASH, or its equivalent, and •VBBT B0OT SATS THIS 13 THE PLACE FOR BARGAIN?. Just give n.« a call, and this shall he demon strated to your perfect satisfaction. W» WA*T Baskets tc 1,000 1,000 3,000 000 000 000 Wheat. Oats. Hides. Rags. Beeswax Tallow. Green 0k Dry Pounds —ALSO— The following Minnesota Money: People's Bank. Central Bank. Chatneld Bank, La Crotsa ana La Crescent Banks, IH EXCHAHOB FOB BBT OOODS. MORROW HOYT. November M, ISM. HO-tn*