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MONEY IN MINNESOTA.
Ik is stated of an attorney in this State who had received from abroad an account for collection, that, after acknowledging the receipt of tho latter of instructions, he repli ed as follows: Now, I am perfectly astonished at you for sending a claim out here for collection, in these times. You might as well cast your net into the Lake of Fire and Brim stone,' expecting to catch a sunfish, or into the celebrated Stygian pool to catch a pick erel trout, as to try to collect money heie. Money I have a faint recollection of hav ing teen it when a boy. I believe it was ffi^' given me by my uncle to buy candy with, "djj* (The candy I do remember.) But it has circulars. been so long since I have seen any, that I almost forget whether gold i3 made of corn or mustard, or silver of white onions or fUh scales. Why, sir, we live without money. You're behind the times. It is a relic of barbarism—of ages past. We live by eating, sir, we do. Hoot man the Millenium is coining, the year of jubilee has come, and all debts are paid here as much as they will be, unless you take projuce." The word Money' is not in our vocabulary in the latest Webster (revised from this meridian) it is marked obsolete, formerly a coin rep resenting money, and used as a medium of commerce.' A few small pieces can be seen in our Historical Society's collection, where they are exhibited as curiosities, along with the mastodon, Noah's old boots, and Adam's apple."— Winona Republican. CHICAGO.—At Chicago the Christian re ligion is being rapidly introduced, and civ ilization promises well in that marvellous quarter of the globe. These who a the matter at heart commenced by buying a large church, took out the seals, replaced the pulpit with a first-class bar, and in the place of pews, with hymns ami psalm book-, the litany etc., scattered about, there arc, fifteen billiard tables, and a thousand cuesj We congratulate our brethern of Chicago on this rapid advance towards Christianity, and the brilliant hope of a business milleniuin it fives rise to.—Boston Qaz. ACCIDENT TO STEAMER FRANK STEELE.— In the darkness of Monday night, the Steamer Frank Steele on her downward trip, struck a tree top that projected over the river, and both of her smoke pipes and pi lot house were carried away. The Pilot, fortunately escaped, and we hear of no in jury to any person on board. The acoiden happened about twenty miles below La Crosse, in the vicinity of Coon's Slough.— We have not learned what disposition she made of her passengers.—L Crosse Repub lican. ft^T" Job I Ituskin's eloquent enthusiasmfree, has been directed to a now quarter, lie has exhausted Turner and Venice, and has now found a new subject in the Holy Family of Reynolds, in tho National gallery, on which he is expending his wealth of expletives.— His criticism on that picture in th! last Curnhill Magazine," is the culmination of bis gorgeous style. O E It I A RED WISH PillCt CtTiJllENT. COUHECTED WEEKLY. Flour -Exirn $5 00 XXX §4 00 W bbl. hoat—Good 80(S?5c. Oats —•ioO^iio 1* bushel. I'orn 3oVS330@35e shelled. Pork -JJ^-asd l? lb in the hog.. Potatoes •25,'SWOc. Jfcj.d—•Timothv $2 50S3: Clover $ Powder—Blasting S5T?kog riflo 40®50cTlb Shot—931 'VV lb. Wood 1 .') a) |*J W cord. Salt—Coarse $2 -J". dairy 3 50©$4 bbl. FInid -8QO90e gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strained whale and Urd$ 45 V* gallon. Lumber—Common liV5312 clear 16®$201? thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 2,'5*•_' 25 extra $3 50. Fur Murker. No. 1, Bear, $9 00 I No. 1, Martin, $1 50is •4 do Cub, 4 00 Fisher, 2 00 Red Fox 1 25 Lynx, 1 25 Cross Fex, 50 Coon, 50 S.Grey" 40 00 KaW, 8®12c Mink 1 75 Wolf, 75 Deer winter 15 I De«r sum'er, 25 Monetary Mutter*. Prepared expressly or the SENTINEL by Smith, Meigs A Co., Bankers, Main street, Red Wing For Illinois1 Wisconsin, and Missouri cur rency, we quote exchange as follows Baying. \(&\% prem. 1 par. Ex. on New York, St. Louis, Chicago, Milwaukeo, Galena, EiuscorAT-. CHRIST CHURCH—At the Church, junction of Cast and West Avonue with Broad street. Sor vicoa at \0% A. M. and G£ o.clock P. M.— ftanday School directly after morning service. Daily morning pravcr at 0 o'clock. All seats free. Rev. E. R. Welles, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. FIBST PBXSBTTEUIAN—on Sixth street, (near *he Court House). Servii cs at \0% A. M., and Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EFISCOPAL—corner of East Avc aae and Fourth street. Services of tho Sab-rearing oath at 10W A. M.. and 7f P. M. Sunday Senool at 2 P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 9% o'clock. Rev. Jabez Brooks, .'••tor—residence on East Avenue. GIBMAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway & fourth street. Services at 10}£ A. M., and 7 P. M. Rov. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. LUTHERAN. MwiOK LUTHERAN CHURCH—on Fifth street. Services at 10£ A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching #v«ry Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. C. Boren, Pastor. i. o. of Red Wing Lodge No. IS, of tho above named arder hold their regular meetings every Tues day evening, at 6% o'clock, at the Hall for flierlr known as the Democratic Club Room. MAN. COMSTOCK, W. C. T. 8ABA.S PSTTIBOXE, W. S. A M. The regular meetings of the Red Wing lodge No. 9, of F. A. Masons, will be held on the 1stthe and 8d Monday of each month, at Masonic Hall, in Day's Block. •. W. W. PHELPS, W. M. K. L. BAKKR. Sec. VASA SOCIETY. Organised Jan. Uth, 1880, moets regularly •very Tuesday and Friday evening, at tho old Council room, in Philleo's block. JOHN MILANDER, President. Cais. Kaxr, Secretary. THP] SENTINEL. RED WING. APRIL 18. I860. 8 E N I E O O I TO T11K BI'SINKHS MEN «ror-B» THIB COUNTY! Examine our List of PLAIN Hillsaf Lading. Keeeipu, NotM' As the universe spreads its flaming wall Take all tke pleasures of all the-spheres*. And multiply each thro gh endless years, One minute of heaven is worth them all. —Moore. a 8reen» and halls. The church is now called the robin carol their sweetest notes, making the Brunswick Billiaid Boom (Church), and air vecal with their charming melodies. has already made vast numbers of converts. Th Mails. "Our Musical Friend.'' 50. P.eavw 75C®§1 -2!S HP bush. Butter— lulikfdQ \v lb. V'.ggs—(itfS.Se Wdussen. Sug*r—N'. fyaflnj refined 11012c crushed and po wdv ro «l 1 +o 15c. Syrup—N. '. S. II. 70e golden 90c. Teas—40. 5t, H5,750S1 iv ib. Coffee—UVo l.V«)lk- Java .*pc ib. Tobacco— Pluif 30/310c smoking 10®15ct3 flnn-cut eheviug lOo. Lowater has received a choice «ollection of standard music, which he otters for sale at a lower price than it was ever before sold in lied Wing. Our Musical Friend" contains twelve full-sized pages of vocal and piano forte music, is well covered, and is sold at the exceedingly low price of ten cents a number. Musicians will please take notice. A Pretty Gun. Mr. M. J. Chatnbevlin, gunsmith, of Red Wing, has recently manufactured to the order of Warren Bristol, Esq., a three-bar reled gun. It is an excellent piece of me chanism, light, and easy to handle, and in the hands of a goud shooter would make a sad havoc among a flock of chickens. Its cost was about a hundred dollars, and it is a credit to the manufacturer. (J«v. Ramsey S.llUg. prem. 1 1 Gold, Eastern Currency, Goodhue Co., Orders, 60c. State Orders, 90c. For gold, we sell exchange on New York at per cent., premium. I I E O stUU V1\G C1IUKCI1ES. session of the Legislature, but he cannot prevent Charles Thomas from selling goods at New York prices. Thomas' new goods are all the rage just now, and the way he is rushing off spring clothing, hats and caps, boots and shoes, dry goods, hoop-skirts, etc., a caption. If you wouldn't miss seeing the greatest show of the season, just call at the store on Main street formerly occupied by J. C. Weatherby & Co. PormouaH The steamer Key City, came up last Sun day, and brought safely home our hadsome, good-natureS.«and big-hearted friend, Joshua S. Pierce, Esq., who received a hearty wel come from his hosts of friends congregated on the levee. Mr. Jesse Mclntire returned from the east, last week, and was immediately fol lowed by an immense stock of spring goods, which filled to overflowing his large store. S. B. Foot, Esq., will start for New York sometime during this week, and if the shelves of his new store don't groan under their burden of new goods, when he returns, then you can have our hat-r-that'* all. Rowdyism. We feel sorry to have to record the un pleasant truth, that acts of the most dis graceful and degrading character are becom- Bnrber-ous. TO THE BUSINESS 51KN' ea-or-^n W I N Pi^5P»?,r Kixumin* au» Liit of AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING! THE SENTINEL JOB OFFICE Utha most extensive in Goodhue county, nnd ia unsurpassed bjanysimilarinstitiiUonin Minaesota. outsideof St. 1'uul. WE ARE riCEPAKED TO FKINT Wedding Tickets. Bills of Exchange, Programmes, Show Bills, any size, Posters. Checks. Pamphlets. Way Bills. &e.. S Orderstkankfullyrecoiveil.and prompt ly executed. I.ITTLKFIELD & MAOINNIS. 23JT*OoRnE9PONDENCE. containing important news, is solicited from all parts of tke State Parties, If unacquainted, will send references, unless tlvy are themselves well known. 1'OSTM.VSTEBS. every where, arc our authorized Agents. No paper mailed till the subscription pirce is remitted. £JT* Advertisements to insiue an insertion must be handed in lofore 80'clock on Tuesday morning. E A. I.1TTLEFIELU. Locsil Editor. O E O N Paradise. Go, wing thy flight from star to star. From world to luminous world, as far For a nice clean shave, call at Johnson's shaving saloon, opposite the Kelly House. Drugs mill Medicines. Please read the advertisement of J. II. Brand. He has just received a new stock, which he proposes to sell very cheap. Th Telegraph. We are at last able to state to our readers that the completion of a telegraph line from La Crosse to St. Paul, via Winona, Waba shaw, Lake City, Red Wing and Hastings, is become a fixed fact. Mr. Jas. M. Wins low, the contractor, has bound himself to have it completed within six months from the 1st of April. The estimated cost of the line is from $15,000 to $18,000 but it probably will not exceed $12,000. We took occasion to examine the list of subscri bers in St. Paul, Hastings, and Red Win :, and noticed the call for aid in this enter prise was being liberally responded to. Per sons who subscribe, will not be called upon to pay their subscriptions until the line is completed and in working order, as Mr. Winslow has no desire to speculate on the money subscribed. W consider the pro position as being a fair one, and one by which no person can lose anythiug. Mr Rogers, the agent, thinks the line will be finished to Red Wing by the 20th of July, and perhaps by the 4th. Th Trees New of the State. Around the city have donned their sum- As Mr. George Brown, of the town of mer robes, mother earth has laid down her Monticello, Wright Co., was riding into while the blue-bird and town, on Tuesday morning of last week, to It is in contemplation to petition the au thorities at Washington to allow the eastern mail to be brought up from La Crosse by Bnrbank's stages, as it is presumed that it would come faster, and with more regulari ty, in that manner, than the packets now deliver it. Arrest. We are gratified to learn that one of the persons engaged in the disgraceful drunken fight at one of^the rum holes, last Saturday night, was arrested, tried, found guilty of disturbing the peace, fined, and in default of payment lodged where he can board a while and have a good opportunity to reflect on the error of his ways. attend election, the board upon which he was sitting broke, throwing him o:U of the wagon. The hind wheel passed over his head and breast, injuring him so severely that he lived only two hours after the acci dent occurred. Mr. Brown leaves a family. —St. Paul Times. The new steamer Sucker State, was the first boat that arrived at Stillwater this year. The ice in Lake St. Croix, says the Stillwa ter Messenger, has been so weak that boats might have gone through it on the 1st, but none made the attempt until the fifth, which is considerable earlier than the average time. The first arrival at Stillwater in 1850, was on the 3d of May in 1858, on the 29th of March and in 1859, on the 6th of April. The steamer Time & Tide brought 2,500 bushels of grain from the Minnesota River ports to St. Paul, one day last week—the first cargo of grain ever brought from the Minnesota Valley. The Winona Republican asserts the mu sical talent of that city is very superior, and says, "w fearlessly throw the gauntlet down to any Western town. The Glencoe Register notices that a gen tleman of that place has a fine lot of fat cattle, which he intends shipping to the St. Paul market. Minnesota possesses every advantage to make her one of the greatest and best stock raising States in the Union. Goodhue county, in this State, is groan, ing under the extravagance of Republican misrule. If they can "jump higher," or "stoop lower," than the Republicans of Winona county, they can have our—Court Hmse—that's all.— Winona Democrat. Presuming that your Court-House is in the same fix as ours, and not wishing to in- May have the audacity to call an extra crease our county debt, we are forced to de- dine your kind offer, although the majority party in this county possess both the requi sites which would entitle Goodhue Co., to receive your free gift. A man by the name of McTavish, who recently left Traverse des Sioux for Pike's Peak, accidentally shot himself, while tak ing his gun from the wagon, with the muz zle towards him. lie survived but a short time after the accident. The Hastings Independent says a rumor was circulated in that town last week, to the effect that a man having the small pox had been landed there from one of the boats. Two or three respectable physicians gave it as their opinion that it was not the small pox but in order to ensure the safety of the citizens, had the man removed back into country five miles. The Faribault Olympians," an amateur dramatic company, comprising fifteen ladies and gentlemen, of Faribault, have recently been amusing the citizens of that village with a series of entertainments, which the Central Republican says were were well gotten up. Among the incidents which transpired during the recent whisky rebellion in Min neapolis, says tho State Atlas, we observe that in most places where the ladies called, ing so common in our city, and are commit- kindly received, and courteously ted with such impunity by gangs of the a moat contemptible offshoots of meanness- ty idsulted. The proprietor of one of that ever any community was disgraced with. VYe particularly allude to the crowd of miserable drunken wretches, who went and tearing through the streets last Saturday night, hooting, yelling and howl ing, like a pack of demons let loose from the infernal regions. It is humiliating in deed to reflect, and to be forced to admit, that these rowdies belong to the same order of beings as do the respectable members of society yet it is nevertheless true, although they have violated all the laws of honor, decency, and refinement, and placed them selves below the level of the brutes or the imps of hell, to rank on an equality with the swine—the onlv dumb brute that will stoop to so low a depth of degredation as to drink to excess of the maddening bowl.— Such is the character of those who render night hideous with their unearthly rev ellings and we ask, in the name of justice and humanity, that these midnight brawlers have meted out to them their just deserts, and that the city ordinance in regard to such cases, be strictly enforced, as the only protection for the lives and property of our peaceably disposed and respectable citizens, 5 but in a few instances they were the distilleries, seeing them approach, shut up his shop, and struck a bee-line up the bluff—literally illustrating the old adage, that the wicked flee when no man pursu eth." He was caught, however, when the ladies proceeded to deliver a lecture at him. The Taylor's Palls Reporter alludes to the discovery of a quantity of copper, as follows: On Tuesday last we were shown a large chunk of pure copper, which would weigh at the least calculation three hundred pounds. It was found at the mouth of Snake River, by Mr. Garden Frazier, who brought it to this place for sale. It is tho largest specimen ever discovered this side of Lake Superior, and caused quite an excite ment among our citizens, soma of whom will doubtless purchase it. Of late, this ore has been found in various places, and in considerable quantities in this region of country, and we believe will yet be made to pay a fortune to some one." Mr. Burbank received, on Sunday, the first instalment of the five hundred tons of goods for the Hudson's Bay Company, which he has contracted to transport yearly to their possessions.—Pioneer. DIOTURS 1 PICTURES 11 Ambrotypes Triumphant! DAGUERREOTYPES ECLIPSED 1 J. E. I Would respectfully announce to the citizens of Red Wing and vicinity, that he has lsasad and fitted up the A O E O O S formerly occupied by J. Going, on Main street, over C. II & E. 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 feel confident cl' 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 oft* on the public by traveling humbugs. All ure respectfully invited to call and ex amine specimens. Pictures taken in CLOUDY as well as FAIR •WEATHER. Instructions given in tho art. Red Wing, April 4, 1860. l»2tf LEGAL NOTICES. MORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made in the condi tion of a certain mortgage dated January twenty-third, A. D. one thousand eight hun dred and titty-seven, and recorded on tho twenty-fourth day of January in the same year, at 12 o'clock noon, in the otfico of the Register of Deeds of Goodhue county, Minne sota, in Book 2 of Mortgages, pages 187, &e., and executed and delivered by C. J. P. Smith, Sidney P. Gambia, and Mnry A. his wife, all of said county, to Joseph W. Gott, of Orange county, New York, to Becare the payment of live tinndred and fifty dollars, according to the condition of a promissory note of the same date, executed by said Smith and Sidney P. Gambia, and payable to the order of said Gott in one year from the date thereof, with interest at the rate of forty per cent, a year until paid upon which there is claimed to bo due, and is due and uvcaid at this date, the sum of four hundred and 5fty-three dollars and twenty three cents and no suit or proceeding having been instituted at law, or otherwise, to recov er the said mortgage debt, or any part thereof: Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage contained, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the piemises conveyed by said mort gage, and therein described as follows, viz: 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 (9), in block number forty-four (44) in the tjwn of Ked Wjng, 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 ol Good hue, on the siSth day ot May, 18G0, atMO o'clock in the forenoon, by the Sheriff of said county of Goodhue, to satisfy said mortgage debt, with the interest, and costs, and expenses al lowed by law. JOSEPH W. GOTT, WILKIN & HEARD, Mortgagee. Att'ys for Mortgagee. 193td Dated ^Ipril 11,1860. OTATE OF MINNESOTA^ District Court, O COUNTY OF GOODHUE, SB.) First Judicial District. Eli Ellsworth, Plaintiff, I vs. Summons. John J. Hopper, Defendant. To John J. Hopper, the above named defend ant Tn the name of the State of 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 offioe of the Clerk of said Court, at the city of 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 Wing, Minnesota, March 7th, A. D. I860. WILDER & WILLISTON, 1S8-W6 Att'ys for Plaintiff. OCOUNTT or GOODHUE, SS. Judicial District Samuel N. McGaughey, 1 Plaintiff. vs. SUMMONS. William H. Powner, Defendant. To William H. Powner, the defendant above named In the name of the State of Minne sota. Yow are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in this action, which complaint has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court, at the city of 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 after 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 com plaint as above required, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. Dated, Red Wing, Minnesota, March 28th, A. D. 1860. WILDER & WILLISTON, 191w6 Att'ys for Plaintiff. 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 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. BULLARD, Proprietor. Dated Wacoota, Dec. 24,1859. 456-tf N I E The undersigned woald 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 the shortest notice, REPAIRING AND TUBSING DONS TO ORDER. Also all kinds of COFFINS furnished to order. a Wacoota, May 14, '59. 1 !5-8m A I A F°r the INSTANT RE O A LIEF and PERMANENT CURE of this distressing complaint, use E I 8 O N I A I A E E S Made by C. B. SEYMOUR ds CO., 107 NASSAU STREET, N. Y. Price, SI per box sent free by post. 191 Fo Sale at all Druggists. m6 STEAM ENGINE FOR SALE E subscriber has a first rate Steam Engine I of thirty horse nower, which he will sell on very iberal tonus if application be made soon FOOTS COLUMN. 1851. FalU Winter Goods. 1850 Dry Goods and Groceries. —AT— O O S E I S O E On Main Street, sign of th* CHEAPSIDE." The undersigned has the pleasure to an nounce to his friends and customers the arri val of a large and well selected assortment of his usual line of goods, consisting of LEATHER & FINDINGS, BOOTS & SHOES, MEN BOYS' CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS AND FURS, TRUNKS, CARPET-BAGS AND VALICES, Together with a huge stock ef every kind of STAPL E & FANCY LIQUORS, O O S DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, JEWELRY, &c. O E I E S CIGARS, TOBABCCO, Of every description, besides a great variety er goods, to be seen free of charge. And I am prepared to offer A a A S EITHXB FOB CASH OR PRODUCE. DON'T BUT UNTIL TOU CALL AND SEE ME. EVERYeSTYLEr BUTTER WA a W a FURNITURE constantly on hand, cheap for Cash. JOHN CORELL. Red Wing, May 13,1859 CORELL 146-tf FOR SALE. A STORE HOUSE, with the lot on which stands, near Gould's Landing, Wacoot a Terms favorable—title guaranteed. Inqni of E. BULLARD, Wacoota, Or COLVILL & HAMILTON, Red Wing. WM. FREEBORN. Red Wing, March SO, 1868. S5tf- \\T ANTED §35,000 worth of Cash 4nee for the stock of Goods at FC or Pro- FOOT'S. OP BOOTS AND SHOES, mad to orde and warranted. Repairing dote at FOOT'S SHOP. 1 ftflBbl§. Choice Winter Apples, from Cha 1 tauqua Co., N. Y., at POOT'S. I 8 wintering Hair, at FOOT'S, EGGS, and FLOUR, in abundance at FOOT'S. COME and try the 50 cent Teas, at FOOT'S. W1,500 ANTED to boy either for cash oi goods, green and dry Hides, at FOOT'S. E A ATTRACTIONS IK N E W Goods, and more to come, at FOOTS. N E 1 5 0 0 GREEN A N DR HIDES, A TUS RECEIVED.—25 BARREL S OF PURE WHISKY, A O I REMEMBER THE PLACE! S O S S O E On Main Street, sign of the '•CHEAPSIDE. And oblige yours. 4o., S. B. FOOT. Bad Wing, Oetober, 185* MISCELLANEOUS. E W I N 1 W A E S O E C. H. & E. L- BAKER, (SUCCESSOR TO J. COOPER,) Wholesale and Retail E A I N Hard-ware, Tin-ware and Stores, SHELF HARD-WARE, HYDRAULIC RAMS, CROSS CUT SAWS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, LEAD PIPE, BELLOWS, VICES, ANVILS, DRILLS, CHAINS, NAILS, PUMPS, SCALES, FILES AXES, PBRU, SLIGO, SWEDISH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN REFINED. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS fcc, $5C, &C. All kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper work manufactured to order by experienced workmen. June 25, '59. 151-ly J9 J. I E Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERX, A S & CAPS, PORK, HAMS, LARD, FLUID A OIL, BUTTJRR A CHEESE A so Deale in Read Made Clothing, Broa Cloths, Cassimers and Tailors* Trimings. I also have a Tailoring department for the manufactory of Cloths to order. Warrantedt fit or no sale. Also a large stock of S O O S A N S O E S FANCY GOODS, I will further stale to the public that (which many already know,) I will sell Goods (for cash) as cheap as any Merchant in this city. Now 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 youtha' you will not go away dissatisfied. J.J.RICHTEB. Red Wing, June 4,185S. 96y E O O I A N I I A A A. A. & E L. TEELE PROPRIETORS Basement of the Metropolitan Hotel, corner o' Levee & Potter Streets, Red Wing, Miunesota, The proprietors of this establishment having been to eoneiderable expense, and having fur nished their tables with the improved patent O I N A I O N S I O N S would respectfully solicit a share of the pat ronage of the lovers or the game. Our tables 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 wavs be found at the bar. Terms Cash. Red Wing, September 10,1859. 162-ly Z. L. HOWARD'S Bl it Shop CORNER OF MAIN A BROADWAY. Is where you can get work done cheaper than at any other shop in Red Wing. Particular attention given to HORSE SHOEING. May 21/59. 146-tf OUR MUSICAL FRIEND. HH gj A rare companion for the Winter months Every PIANIST, Should procure this weekly Every SINGER, publication of Vocal and Every TXAOHXB, Piano-Forte Musiccosting Every PVPIL, but 10 Cents a number, Every AXATKUR. and pronounced by the Entire Press of the country, to be THB BEST AND CHEAPEST WORK OF THE KIND IN THE WOULD," Twelve full-sieed pages of Vocal and Piano Forte Music, FOR lO CENTS. Ye'rly.tS Half- ye'rly, «2,50*, Q'rterly,tl,85. Subscribe to Our Musical Friend," or order it from the nearest News-dealer, and you will have music enough for your entire family, and at an insignificant cost: and if you want mu sic for the Flute, Violin, Cornet, Clarionet, Accordeon, etc., subscribe to the S O O E O I S Containing twelve pages, costing only 10 Cents a Number Yearly, §2,50 Half yearly, 11,25, All the back numbers at 10 cents, and bound Volumes of Our Musical Friend/'containing IT Numbers, at §2,50 each, constantly on hand. C. B. 8ETMOUR, & Co.. J87m3 107 Nassau St., New Tork. H. BRAND, Druggist an a Pharmaceutist. Main Street, ••••Red Wing, Minnesota. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drags, Medicines, Paints, Oils, 61ass,Extracts Gums, Barks, Roots, Herbs, Patent Modioinos, Perfumes, Brushes. Dyes, Varnishes, 0am phene, Fluid, Brandies, Wines, Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars. ALSO Sir JAMES CLARK'S CELEBRATED FE MALE PILLS. All of which will be sold for cash at a very email advance from eastern prices. 193m6. E 8 I N O E S A E A A S Saddle and Harness Maker! (Next door to Lawther's Brick Block,) BushflTBKT, Ban WINO. Will keep constantly on hand tho very best Harnesses, Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Fly Nets, Whips, Cards, Combs and Brushes, and everything iu the Harness line necessary to rig out a Horse or Team. All kind of work made to order, and REPAIRING of all kinds done in a most superior manner and at the shortest notice. Leather and Saddlery Hardware at Whole sale and retail. Country Shops will be sup plied at the lowest prices. 192m6 MISCELLANEOUS. N E W FALL AND WINTER GOODS A S O E O JESSE McINTIRX, (Successor to Mclntire ft Sheldon.) CASH STORE. WE are now in reeeipt of a large and epla» lid assortment of GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, BOOTS and SHOES, A S and CAPS STON E and GLAS S W A E Also a fine lot ef SILVER A N PLATE W A E GOLD ft SILVER Sec. I O N WATCHES GOLD LOCKETS, GOLD ft SILVER PENCILS, together with ageneral aas+rtnantefJ OUR STOCK OP DRY GOODS, cannot he excelled in STYLE and BEAUTY in Goodhue County, and will be sold CHEAPER than they have ever been ottered in this Mar ket before. The Ladies are respectfully invi ted to call and examine our Stoik before pur se ebeie. GROCERIES! We are Prepared to sell Groceries at whole** and retail LOW. They were bought fer CA* *. and will be sold on the same terms. A *ed stock always on hand, and satisfaction .ra« teed in every instance. Remember tJ 4hed» wHl bough'art half told. COUNTRY MERCHANTS *. Will find we can supply their trade as low aa they can buy below, adding Freight and expan ses. We solicit an examination of all steak. We have also a good stock of PAINTS OILS, GLASS, PTJTTT and S A S and shall keep a constant supply on hand. TERMS CASH or Good Bankable Paper. 188 JESSE McINTIBE- E O W A E Wholesalcand Retail Deafcmn SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOU And BLANK BOOKS S A I O N E Wall aid Curtail Paper*, E W E Pocket Cutlery, Por Monaaies, Fancy Good*, AMD MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A general assortment of TOYS AND.YANKEE NOTONI NUTS, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONARY, Corner of Main fc Streate A S A 8 Goods given in exchange for elean Linen ax Rags of all colors, for which the high Cotton est price will be paid.) Red Wing, Sept. IS, 1867 a. voaaow. O M-tf a. A. no TT O T. O W DEALERS Iff O O S BOOTS & SHOES, O I I I E S O I S I O N S E LANDING, RE WINO Our stock is large, and well adapted %m the WAKTS OF THB PCOPLB. We sell for CASH, or its equivalent, and avaav BOOT SATS THIS 18 THE PUCE FOR BARG1IK8. Just give u.« a call, and this shall be demon strated to your perfeet satisfaction. WE WAIT Bushels tt 1,000 8,000 2,000 510 500 800 Wheat. Oau. Hidaa. Rage. Beeswax Tallew. Green dE Dry Pounda i« —ALSO— The Minnesota Money: People's Chatfield Bank, La Crosse (ollewimSank. Bank, Central and La Crescent Banks, IH EXCHANGE FOB PET MODS. MORROW ft HOYT. November M,1M*. irt~e»€