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O E I A
E WING I E E N
COBBKOTKD W I
Flour-Extra $5 00 XXX $4 00 bbl.
heat—Good 80f9Sfio.
Oats -25ra-*t»c bushel.
Corn -'25(»30(a35B shelled.
Pork-3)£O.V5 lb in the hog.
Potatoes -2ffa30c.
Seid—Timothy $2 50®3 Clo'vor $7®7 50.
Been*—T6c«$l 25 bush.
Butter— 101-i^(3c lb*.
liinrs—t»(®8c dozen.
nStT ndYiS'iIrM:
7
I W a
and lard 01 25 gallon
Lumber—Common
lvlu#12
No. 1, Bear,
do Cub,"4 00
Red Fox 1 25
Monetary Mutters.
Prepared expressly »or the SKNTINEL by Smith,
Meigs A Co., Bankers, Main street, Red Wing.
For Illinois' Wisconsin, and Missouri cur
rency, we quoto exchange as follows
Buying.
l®li prem
1
Ex. on New York,
St. Louis,
Chicago.
Milwaukee,
Galena,
Gold,
Eastern Currency,
Goodhue Co.. Orders,
State Orders,
DISSOLUTION
Sailing.
2V£ prem.
par.
IK
1
60c.
For gold, we sell exchange on New York at
1 per cent., premium.
I I E O II
»IEL» WING E S
EPISCOPAL.
CnnisT ''IIUHCII—At the ChHrch. junction
East and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser
vice* at 10»£ A. M. and t£ o.cloek P. M.—
Sunday School directly ai'tcr morning service.
Daily rnorniiiij oraver at o'clock. All seats
free. Uev. E. U. Welles. Pastor.
IMtKSliY 1KUIAN.
FIB^T PuKsarTEiiiAS -on Sixth street. near
-he Cotirt House ). Sorvi es at 1 A. M., and
P. M. Rev. J. W. Ilanoook, Pastor.
METHODIST.
MSTIIOIIIST EPISCOPAL—cornur of East Avc
l'4e an I Fourth street. Services of the
Sab-day,
9ath at 10W A. SI., and lli P. M. Sunday
Sonool .%'. P. M. Prayer meeting ThursdayAnd
tvunlng at i*)^ o'clock. Uev. Jaboz Brooks.
'istor resideucu on East Avenue.
Ur.ilV.vu lnTIInilI.ST -corner of Broadway A
fonrthstreit. Service^ at 10£ A. M., and 7
P. t. Rev'. Henry Koine, Pastor.
VMLi Oi'' DVl'.VNCKS,
FHOM
Rii Wiig, to the /olio ting places
II t!rc:k Ben!,- Rice Lake,
Kimira. 10 Wustedo,
P. ..t». Grove,— 32: Bur Oak Springs,'
Pino Island, 2tl| Belle Crok,
ali'itorville, 35: Buchanan,
i2«i)pa, 20 Brandt's,
Ir»i! n:o, 27 Spencer,
Rochester, 3l Willow Creek,--"
Kiimbrota, 21 I Cannoa Falls,--
Kiiscoe. -*5 Prairie Creek.—
Concord, "11 Cannon City,
Wastoja, 3'5 Faribauit,
Ash! an I I! Lewi.ton,
Oakglen f2J Northfteld
O-neva fit) Spring Creek,
Atbnrt l.ea 7s: Cannon Bridge,
Austin 68j Hustings',
Troy Citv, 12 St. Paul.
Hader 19 Trenton,Wi.-«.
Kenyon Wacooia,
EI wood. 44 I Wostcrvlt.
Owatonua. 44 Florence
Wilton, (H! Central Point.
Blue Earth City, 0-i Lake City,
Clarmont, 42 I Read's Landing,-
42
OUR MUSICAL FRIEND.
A rare companion for the Winter months.
Every PIANIST, Should procurethimrcckl'
Every SINGER, I publication of Vocal nn
Every TEACHER, Piano-Forte Music, costinj
Every PUPIL, I but to Cunt* a numbet
Every AMATEUR, and pronounced by tl
Entire Press of the country, to be
TIIK BEST AXD CHEAPEST WORK O
TUB KIND IN THE WOULD,"
Twelve full-sized pages of Vocal and Piano
Forte Music. FOR to CENTS.
Ye'rl) ,*3 Half ye'rly,»«,50 O/rtcrly, it 8
Subscribe to "Our Musical Friend."or orde
it from the nearest News dealer, and you wii
lime music enough for your entire family, am
at an insignificant cost and if von want mu
sic for the Flute, Violin. Cornet, Clarionet
Aecordeon, etc., subscribe to tho
S O O O I S
Containing twelve pages, costing only
10 Cents a Number Yearly, »S,30 Half
yearly, ftl,«5.
All the back numbers at 10 cents, and bound
Volumes of "Our Musical Friend," containing
IT Numbers, at 18*50 each, constantly on
hand. C. B. SEYMOUR, A Co..
I»7m3 107 Nassau St., New York.
DICTURS I PICTURES PICTURES!!!
a
1Bg|«£Z3\'
brotypes Triumph nt
DAGUERREOTYPES ECLIPSED
J. E. I
Would respectfully announce to the citizens
of Ked 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,
over C. II & E. L. Baker's Hardware Store,
where all who wish, can procure lire-like like
nesses of themselves or friends. Having had
several ycaTs experience in the picture art. I
reel confident cf being able t» please all whoMain
may favor me with a call. No pictttro will be
allowed to leave the room nnless it will bear
the strictest criticisms us alikeness and a work
of art. I appeal to the judgment und good
sense of a discriminating public, an-1 am in
hopes that they can appreciate '.he difference
between a good Ambrotype and those deathly,
•sh-colorel. 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 as FAIR
WEATHKR.
Instructions given In the art.
Red Wing, April 4, 1660. 193tf
REMOVALR
REMOVAL! REMOVAL
E O A
II O W N & E E
have removed their stock of
to their Briek Store en MaiaStreet, heretofore
eeeapied by 8. B. Foot.
led Wing, June IS. lifA w%ms
NOTICE.
The co-partnership heretofore existing
between J", H. Brand and T. L. Adams in the
harness business, is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent.
The business will be continued at the old
stand by T. L. Adams, who is authorized to
collect all'debts due the above firm.
Red Wing, July 10th, 13«0.
J. II. BRAND,
20C-W5 T. L. ADAMS.
MORTGAGE.
SALE.
a "VS?,. :.*.~A ,i/aio». «..«i™^ ?tt«e' «"«»g date on said day, for the purpose
mS^SS^uLS'uS^J '«nned»®12« nmlmd. 5, ^curing the payment of a certain sum of
aJEE S -iv, 11„« «o„
Whereas Enos P. Tucker did on tho
21st day of June, A. D. 1859, execute and deliv
er to P. E. Kent, a certain indenture ot irort-
mom'-v
T££P1$'I£'&l¥lJkJ?'J$J I *p"nt
in
is
robacco-Plag 8r)»loc smoking VWltoHfUtirMMimM, lviiig and being in the county of
Bna-cut chowins-40c. Goodhue and state of Minnesota, described as
Powder— Blasting A.VTkeg rifle 40250c Vlb follows, viz
clear 16(3):$20 "1?»
thousand feet.
Shingles—Shaved 2092 25 extra $3 50.
Fnr .Unrkrt.
$3 00 I No. 1, Martin,
Fi.ihcr,
of June.
Lynx,
Coon,
Rats,
Wolf,
Cross Fox,8 50
S.Grey" 40 00
Mink 1 75
Deer winter 18
whereby the said Enos
a
convey to said P. E.
«»*»i»rn», forever, all that
I tr-ot or parcel of land, together with its ap-Ventilation,
The southwest Quarter of section thirty-five
(35), in township one hundred and twelve
(Va.'
Shot —9®10c lb
Wood-1 5i)(3$-2 cord.
Salt—Coarse A3 25 dairy 8 50094 bbl
Fluid-80®9rtaV gallon. taining one hundred and sixty (ISO) acres, ac
O,l-Linseod $1 25 winter stra.ned whale|cord«fg to the"United States government sur
vey thereof which said indenture of mort
gage, duly acknowledged, was, on the 23d day
0
range seventeen (17) west,con-
859. ut 9 o'oloc! in the forenoon
of that day. duly recorded in the onwe of the
Register of Deeds for the County of Goodhue
aforesaid and whereas, detuurt has been
50Jmade in the condition of the said mortgage.
2 00 and there is now. at the date of this notice.
1 25: due upon said mortgage the sum of three hun
50, dred dollars, with legal interest on two hui
lfo)12c tired and filty dollars thereof from und alter
75 the 24th day'of June, A. D. 1S60 and 110 suit
Denrsum'er, 25 or proceedings at law have been instituted to
recover the suid debt secured by said mort
gage, or any part thereof
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue ot power o» sale in said indenture
ot nfortgagc contained, and agreeably to the
statute in such cuse made and provided, the
above described mortgaged premises will be
sold by the sheriff ot Goodhue county, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on
the 25th day of August, A. D. 18(50, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon of that •lay, at thefederacies
outer door of the Court House, in lied Wing,
in the county- of Goodhue aforesaid, to satisfy
the af-resafd mortgage and all legal costs,
charges and disburements.
P. E. KENT,
ALLIS & PKCKHAM. Mortgagee.
Att'ys for Mortgagee. SJ06-td
VI ORTGAGE SALE.
Whereas, William J. Tucker and Mary
Tucker, his with, did on tho 21st day of June,
A. D. 1S'»9. execute and deliver to P. E. Kent
a certain indenture of mortgage Searing date
on said day. lor the purpose of securing the
payment of a certain j-um of money therein
named, whereby the said William J*. Tucker
and Mary Tucker, hi* wife, did grant and con
vey to the suid E. Kent, his heirs and
as-postage,
signs, forever, all that tract or parcel of land,
together with its appurtenances, lying and
being in tho county of Goodhue, and State of
Minnesota described as foil w*. viz
The southeast quarter of section thirty-five
(•ij), in towns lip one hundred und twelve
112), north of range seventeen 1 17) west, con
tuini gone hundred and sixty acre*, according
the United States government survevjlhere
of which said indenture ot mortgage, only
acknowledged, was, on the 23d day of June.
A. ». isnii. at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of that
duly recorded in the office of the Register
of Deeds for the county of Goodhue aforesaid.
whereas, default has been made in thebest
condition of the said mortgage, ani there is
now, at the date ot this notice, due upon said
mortgage the sum of three hundred dollars.
with legal interest on two hundred and fifty
dol'ars thereof from and ufter the 24th day of
June, A. lftjO and no suit or proceedings
at law have been instituted to recover the said
debt 'secured by said mortgage, or any part
th-ireof
Now, therefore, notice is herebv given that
by virtue of 1
1 power of sale in said indenture
mortg ige contained, and agreeably to the
statute in such case made and provided, the
ah ve described mortgaged premises will be
sold by the Sheriff of Goo .hue county, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on
the 25th dav of August, A. D. IS'10. at ten
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the out
er door of the »,'ourt House, in Red Wing, in
the county of Goodhue aforesaid, to satisfy the
aforesaid mortgage, at dull legatcosts.charges
and disbursements. P. E. KENT,
ALMS «V Pi.ctviiAM, Mortgagee.
Att'ys ior Mortgagee 206-td
STATE OF MINNESOTA,) District Tonrt. 1st
GOOOHI'E COUNTY. Judicial District.
Isaac Spauhling,
Mortgagee,
aouintt I
Wade Willman,
Mortgagor. SunMONS,-~For Relief.
Andrew Mi-cnet. Sum- I
iicl T. Vt.n Brunt. I
James Clark an! Sa- S-jhsequent in in
rnh his wic. whoso cumbrancersand dow
othcr name is to the crsess.
plaintiff unknown.
To the above named defendants
You are hereby summoned, and required to
answer the complaint in th action, whirh has
been duly fi cd in the offic^ of the Clerk of
this Cotirt. at Re 1 Wing, in said connt.y. and
to serve a copy of* yo ir answer to the said
omplaiat on the subscribers, at their office, in
Faribault. Rice co'inty. Minnesota, within
twenty days of the service hereof, exclusive of
the day of such service and if you fail to
answer the said complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will ap
ply to tho court for tho relief demanded in tne
complaint.
Dated Faribault, Minn.. May 22d, IfiflO.
COLE CASE.
203w6 Plaintiff's Att'ys.
QTATE OF MINNESOTA, District Court, 1st
ij District. Goodhue County,
lesse Mclntire and
1 Theodore B. Sheldon,
partners as Mclntire &
Sheldon, Plaintiffs, J- Summons.
against
William P. Wright, I
De "ndant.
In the name of the State of Minnesota. To
yillium P. Wright, the defendant herein
foil are hereby summoned and required to
inswer the complaint in this act'011 which is
ftil3d in the office of the Clerk of this Court in
the city of Red Wing, in said county, ami serve
a copy of your answer to such complaint on us
at our office, in said city of Red Wing, within
twenty days after the service of this summons
upon you. exelu-ive of the day of such service,
and if you fail to answer said "complaint within
the time aforesaid, the above naimed plaintiffs
will take judgment against you for the sum of
one hundred and thirty-nine dollars and nine
cents, with interest at the rate of seven per cent
per annum on tlio respective sums and for the
respective times as follows, viz
On the sum of eightv-five dollars and twenty
one cents, from the 28th day of Noveraber,1853.
On the sum of six dollars from the 10th day
of August, IS57.
On the sum of thirtv dollars and eighty five
cents from the 4th day of November, 1857, and
on the sum of seventeen dollars and three cents
from the 1st day of October.lS57. together with
the costs of this action. Dated Red Wing
Minn., 20th April, 1360.
BRISTOL PHELFS,
I9«w6 Plantiffs' Attorneys.
I860- Spring Summer Trade. 1860
street, Red Win?, (Wilkinson's block.
WM.
A AS. LAWTHER are now opening
and receiving a complete stock of
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTINGS and
GENTS' FURNISHIN GOODS,
in great variety. Also.a complete assortment of
TALORS' TRIMMINGS,
which they offer to cash buyers very cheap
We have also in connection a
A O I N E S A I S E N
for the manufacture of Gent** Clothes to or
der. M'. C. BERGII, an experienced work
man, will wait on gents and furnish them with
garments of the latest styles and on reasonable
terms. Persons wishing to purchase will please
call and examine onr stock and prices before
purchasing elsewhere. Tailors furnished with
anything on the most reasonable terms. W»
espectfully solicit a share of patronage.
Terms strictly cash.
Ws. & Jit Lawman.
Red Wing. MOT 9.1**0.
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
Geo. 6 Evans, publisher,
and
ORIGINATOR OF THE OVFT BOOK BNTERPRI8K,
No. 439 Chesnut street,
Philadelphia.
JUST PUBLISHED,
THE
HOME BOOK OF HEALTH,
and medicine, a family Doctor, embracing
the laws and means of physical culture adapted
to practical use, Laws of Digestion, Breathing.
uses of the Lungs, Circulation and
Renovation, Laws and Diseases of the skin,
Bathing, Clothihg, Temperature, Food and
Ceoking. Poison, Exercise und Rest, etc.
How to prevent consumption, with general
opinions and directions conductive to a long
and heathy life, and remarks relative to the
Right use of physiansby
W. A. ALCOTT, M. D.
With thirty-one illustrations. One volume,
12mo., 500 pages, handsomely bound in cloth
Price $1,00. And upon receipt of the price and
21 cents additional for Postage, a copy of the
book, together with a handsome present, woath
from 50 cents to $100, will be sent to any ad
dress in the United Stares.
JUST PUBLISHED.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
OF THE
6IGNERS OF THE DECLARATION
or
A E I A I N E E N E N E
With historical remarks upon the Declara
tion, and a sketch of the leading events, con
nected with the adoption ot the articles of con
and of the Federal Constitution.
BY BENSON J. LOSS1NG,
Author of" 1776." Lives of the Presidents,1'
etc., etc.
ILLUSTRATED WITH FIFTY PORTRAITS
OF THE SIGNERS,
And numerous other engravings.
Ohe volume. 12mo. cloth. Price $1,00. And
upon receipt of the price, with cents addion
al for Postage, a copy of the Book, together1
with a handsome present, worth from 50 cents
to $100, wili be sent to any address in the Unit
ed States.
Copies of cither of the above book**, irith
handsome Gift, worth faom 50 cents to $100
will be sent to any person in the United S ates,
upon receipt of the price, and 21 cents to pay
by addressing the publisher, who is
desirous of calling your attention to his liberal
method of transacting business, viz:
With EACH BOOK that is bonght at his Estab
li-hment, A PRESENT is given—worth from PIP
TT JKNTS to ONE IIUNDHED DOLLARS.
The Presents are good quality and of the best
Manufacture, mid comprise a large assortment
of Gold and Silver Watches. Silver Plated
Ware. Silk iress Patterns, Jewelry, and use
ful articles, too numerous to mention.
SEND FOB A COMPLETE CLASSIFIED CATALOGUE
OF BOORS, which will be mailed to you, free of
expense, and one trial will assure you that the
place in the country to buy books, is at the
gift book establishment of
GEO. G. EVANS,
PUBLISHER AND ORIGINATOR OF THE GIFT BOOK
ENTERPRISE,
And Proprietor of the largest Gift
BOOK Establishment in the country,
Permanently located at
A E A LCI. ec
Can wish for in the line of Dry Goods, Groce
ries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Ready
mado Clothing, fcc, on which' 1 defy competi
tion as to price and quality and in fact I nave
almost everything usually
3 if
in an establishment of this kind, consisting Of
Sheeting,
Shirting,
Denims,
Prints,
Delaines,
Summer Cloths,
fir men & boys,
Fancy Cassimeres,
Chambray,
Lawns,
Ginghams,
Cambrics,
Muslin,
Flannels,
W
No. 439 Chestnut Street,
Ph'ladelpni.
LTORRIBLE! HORRIBLE! HORRIBLE!
EEoarx»l'klo
I have just received from New York and
Bwston a large and splendid stock of SPRING
and SUMMER GOODS, consisting bt every
thing that
Challi,
Apron Check,
Pins,
thousand and one other things too numerous
to mention. Also, a full supply of GROCERIES
at prices which cannot be
a
in Rod Wing. Also, a large stock of READY
MADE CLOTHING. For a very little cash,
a man can dress himself
S a a
and in the height of Fashiou. My stock of
HATS AND CAPS is large and well selected,
and I have a fine assortment of Ladies', Misses'
and Childrens' SHOES, which are for sale very
cheap. I will not be undersold by any one
Xaa. *lxe»
trade and I am constantly receiving fresh
supplies, so that there aro goods all the time
on the
Give me a call, and see for yourselves.
will sell you goods very cheap—much cheaper
than any one
Xxa. \7Vlxxm
will sell to you. Remember the place. Phil
leo's Rlock, Main street.
JAS. B. PARKHURST.
Red Wing, May 23, I860. sOO-tf
STATE
OF MINNESOTA,* District Court,
COCNTT or GOODBCB. j* First Jud. Dist.
Luther L. Twichell.l
against SUMMONS.
A. Atkinson.
To A. Atkinson, the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint in this action, which has
been filed in the office of the Clerk of said
Court, at Red Wing, in said couuty, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscribers at their office in St.
Paul, in the county of Ramsey, in said State,
within twenty days after the service of this
summons on you, exclusive of the day of such
service and if you fail to answer the said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will take judgment against
you for the sum of one hundred and five dol
lars, with interest from-the eighth day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 185!*, besides the costs arid dis
bursement* of this action.
Dated at St. Paul,*
4
s. B. roors
ATTRACTIVE STORE,
Customers may rel,y
THE
Needles,
Thread.
Buttons,
ALL
Ribbon,
Comb.*,
Brushes,
Hats,
Caps,
&c, &
and a
1
Plaintiffs Att'ys.
May 1«tfc. 1**0. *Mw#-
Customer may rel upon getting good Goods, and at fair prices at alltimes.
DISTINCTLY UNDERSTOOD, that I don't sell either AUCTION
COLUMN.
1B60. 186a i860
REMOVAL. REMOVAL, REMOVAL REMOVAL.
NEW STORE! NEW SfCfftE!
ATRACTIVE GOODS,
The undersigned would respectfully inform the trading community, and hie friends in
general, that he has removed his stock of goods, together with
Huge Fresh Supplies:
to the new building recently erected by Mr. Phelps, upon the corner of Main & Bush
streets, where he is prepared to display a
Rich and very Heavy Stock of Merchandize,
adapted to the Wholesale end Retail Trade, consisting, as usual, of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods!
READY-MADE CLOTHING, (for Men and Boys,)
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, AND STRAW GOODS,
goods for GENUINE, nor charge one man ONE PRICE, and another FOUR P..ICES,
for the same article.
and erer be held in grateful remembrance by,
CORNER or Mara A Bosa STUMS,
Opposite the Tepeetonka Hotel.
HOOPS!
GREAT
COMMl AND SEE MY STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY,
ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
MILLINERY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS,
and Provisions,

A
Cigars),
a
and everything in general. Also, manufacturer of
E it E S E O O O S A N S
a it etc*
Yours truly,
HOOPS! Extension SkirtsforLadies and Children, at
ATTRACTIONS in New Goods, and moretocome, at
LATEST STYLES of Rata, Caps, and Straw Goods, at
KINDS of Men, Women and Childrens' Bootsand Shoes, made to order, at
FOOT'S.
100 BUSHELS of Plastering Hair, at
"DUTTER, Eggs, and all kinds of Produce, taken in exchangeforGoods, at
A GENCY of the ESTERLT REAPER is at
A GENCY of the Commonwealth Insureaace Company at
A GENCY of the Prrker Sewing Machine at
MORS
ANON.
000 Green and Dry Hides wantedforCash or Goods, at
pOME AND BUY some of the SO cent Tea, at
A GENCY of Sands' celebrated Pale Cream Ale, at
pURE Wines and Liquorsformedicinal purposes, at
A VERY LARGE STOCK of Summer Clothing, cheap, at
T1LOUR! Flour! Flour! Best brands,forsale at
GOODS
DaniEir A GSAWT,
DELIVERED to any part0f thetown,free?of charge, by
O E S!
I wish it
or DAMAGED
S O O
Red Wing, June, 1860.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOTS.
BOOT'S:
-at -ie' —c J»
6. ft. FOOT
MrSCELLANEOifS.
Ev wi»
I ftKL*W£llfi STORE!
C. H. & ti. L. BAKER,
(SUCCESSOR TO T. J. COOPER,)
Wholesale and Retail
E A E lit
Hardware, Tin-wre Raid Stoves,
SHELF HARD-WARE,
HYDRAULIC RAMS,
CROSSCUT SAWS,-
VICES,
ANVILS,
DRILLS.
CHAINS,
NAILS,
PUMPS,
SCALES,
FILES
AXES,
.yfc «fcc.
I O N
PERU, SLIGO, SWEDISH, EN'GLISfl AND
AMERICAN REFINED.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
&c, &c., &c.
All kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper
work manufactured to order by experienced
workmen.
June 85, '59. 151-1y
J. I E R,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKER1,
HATS & CAPS,
PORK, HAMS,
LARD, FLUID.
LAMP OIL,
BUTTER & CHEESE.
Also: Dealer in Ready Made Clothing.
Broad Cloths, Cassimers and
Tailors* Trimings.
I also have a Tailoring department for th
manufactory of Cloths to order. Warranted^
fit or no sale.
Also a large stock of
SOOTS AND BHOSS.
FANCY GOODS,
I will further state to the public that (which
many already know,) I will sell Goods(/«r 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.lvICHTEF.
Red Witt*, June 4,185S. 96y
E. P. O W A 1
Wholesakand Retail Dealciln
SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOU
And
BLANK BOOKS
STATIONERY,
Wall art Cttrtain Papers
JEWELRY,
Pocket Cutlery\
Port Monnaies, Fancy Goods,
AMD
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
A general assortment of
TOYS AND YANKEE NOTONS
NUTS, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONARY.
Corner of Main fc Bush Streets
A S A S
Goods given in exchange for clean Linen oj
Cotton Rags of all colors, for which the high
est price will be paid.
Red Wing, Sept. 12,1857. 66-11
•URNITURE.
The undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Red Wins and vicinity that he
has purchased tho entire stock of unmanufac
tured material for furniture, formerly owned
by Mr. Cook, an that he is prepared to supply
all orders for furniture of every description.
on the shortest notice.
REPAIRING AND TURNIXG DONE TO
ORDER.
Also all kinds of C0FFIK6 furnished to order.
flfahogony,
Rosewood,
and Walnut
FURNITURE constantly on hand, cheap for
Cash. JOHN COKELL.
Red Wing, May IS, 1859. 146-tf
A I S W A I
rtfr KECTS O A I S
Just received at the NEW STORE on Main st.
FARMERS, now is the time to get your
Fence JYuits:
Tarn selling 3d")
12d Fence Nailsfor$3.7*i pci
16dj
I am selling
LATH tfAfLS,
SHfNG-LE NAILS, and
NAfLS OF ALL KINDS,
Lower than any person in Red Wing.
CALL AND SEE.
JAMKR B. PARKHURST.
Philleo's Block, Main st.
Red Wing, April 85, I860. !05tf
A A ForltBe INSTANT RE-the
A a lllM.il.. LIEF ud PERMANENT
CURE of this distressing complaint, use
E I S
BRONCHTALi CIGARETTES.
Made by C. B. SEYMOUR A CO., 107 NASSAU
STREET, N. Y.
Price, $1 per box serit free by pott,
ltl For Sale at all DrngviM*. m«
MISCELLANEOUS.
ictHK
ISflC
NEW GOODS AND
z*
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
at the
CHEAP CASH STORE
Of
eTBBSS MclHTIRE.
Not.
BUILDERS' .rfARiVWARE,
LEAD PIPE,
BELLOWS,
1 &2 Bush Street.
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
Wc are now receiving the LARGEST and"
BEST SELECTED stock of Dry Goois and
Groceries over offered to the pe ..pi© of this
vicinity, which for extent, variety and rich
ness, will excel that of any other assortment
in the county and we guarantee our custom
ers fur be'ttr haigaine than they can find else-,
where. "Small profits an 1 quick returns,"
and fair and liberal deeling is our system.—
We buy for cash, and
receive our goods di
rect from the Importer
and Manufacturer, and
COCNTBI DEALEBS
will find it much to
their advantage to ex
amine our stock and
prices before going be
low.
The ladies are invited to examine onr lares
and beautiful variety of Spring and Summer
Dress Goods. Domestic Goods of all kinds
in complete assortment, Prints Ging
lams. Sheetings. Denime, Tickings,
Drills, Cambrics. Linen Goods, Ac-..
Jewelry, Stationery and Fancy
Goods ef every description,
which will be sold at lower
prices than ever before of
fered Red Wing. Crock
ery, Glass and Stone
Ware of the latest
patterns, Boots and
tekoe* a large
stock on hand
at low price*.
We have for
sale the
Celebrated Copper-tipped Boots and Shoes,
(One pair of which
is warranted to out
wear two pairs
without tips.) Hats and Caps and Ready
made Clothing in
endless variety.—
PLOWS! PLOWS!
of all kinds, at the Manufacturer's Price*!
GROCERIES!
I invite particular attention to my larg
stock of
Choice Groceries,
Coffees,
Teas,
Sugars,
Molassc.
Dried and Candied Fruits, consisting of a
grades sind brands. Now in store 1006 bblf
^alt. at low prices. Drugs. Paints, Oils, Nai'.
and Glass, a complete stock at lower price
than ever before. Wo ofler MORE THAi
DOUBLE the variety and quantity of goodV
to be found at any other one store in the city
an* at prices which DEFY COMPETITION.
For the next thirty days. I offer Summe
Clothing AT COST. Remember to call at th
old stand of Mclntire & Sheldon, and you wil
ALWAYS find ago stock which is for sale a
the lowest prices. JESSE McINTlRE.
MavlS.l$63. 198yl
A
SILVER WATCH GUARANTEED TO
EVERY CLUB OF TWENTY.
GIFTS! GIFTS!/ GIFTS!!!
$ 5 0 0 0 0
AGENTS WANTED.
Send a Stamp for our Catalogue ot Choice Gifts.'
TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER TO TUX
NEW YORK WAVERLY
WE SEND A RICH GIFT,
Varying in value from 50 cents to $500.
0£y" Each Gift is stnt as soon as the 6'ui
tcriptioH money is received.
SUBSCRIPTIONS, EACH, $2.00.
For which we wnd the best Family Paper now
published, and a Rich Gift. Send money in
registered letters, with your own name and
post-onlce address on an envelope, enclosed, te
prevent mistake in return. OUR PREMIUMS
are uneqiialed, and consist of
a in a
40 Acre:! each, $500.
SILVER PLATE—Tea Selte and Fruit Trays,
$25 to $50.
GOLD AXD SILVER WATCBES—Lever, Anchor
and Lepine, $1 0 to $100.
SEWING MACHINES—$25 to $50.
LADIES' i•TBS, AND PiANes—From 8 to $50,
and $300.
SPLENDID JEWELRY—Ladies' Cameo and
Mosaic Sets, Pins and Ear Drops.
FRENCH GILT CLOCKS—$50 to $100 each,
And a great variety of Shirt Studs Sleeve
Buttons Belt Pins Bosom Pins Watch
Chains Guard Slides Finger Rings and in
short, every description of the richest patterns
of Jewelry manufactured. Also, the
MOST VALUABLE BOOKS.
Any book published in America, or any
UAOAZINE. and a rich GIFT, varying from 5*0
cents to $509'. will he sent, by return mail, on
receipt of tho pnblisher's price, and 25 cents to
prepay postage on the book.
INDUCEMENTS TO AGENTS.
s*fc
To every. Agent sending in ten, snbscribera
and $20, therefor—we will send an extra sub
scription and Gift. Two clubs, of ten each,
THREE subscriptions, and THREE gifts.
$39" For the greatest list of subscribers, ovos
100, we give the following unequalcd
PREMIUMS TO AGENTS:
Highest No. a Hunting Case Gold Watch, gl(J»
id
,4
an Anchor Lever Gold Watch $5*
2d-" Ladies' Gold Lever
3d Ladle's' Open Dial
oth and Gth, Furs or Sewing Machine, AS
7th and Sth, a set of Silver Spoons, each, 08
6th und 10th, Gold Pencils and Pens, each,
£ST Everybody can ask their neighbor to
subscribe—and thus become an Agent for us.
SPECIMENS SENT FREE. Address, immediately,'
NEW YORK WAV1RLY OFFICE,
15 Brattle Street, Boston, Mass.
SEND FOR OUR CIRCULARS.
Show Ihcm and our paper to voar WZIM
BORS. I«9m3
keg.STA'-E
OF MINNESOTA.) District Court,
COCNTT of GOODHCE, First Jud.Dist
George W. Richardson,)
against SUMMONS.
A, M. Gilmore.
To A. M. Gilmore. the above named defend
ant: Von are hereby summoned and re
required to answer the complaint in this, ac
tion, which has been filed in the office of the'
Clerk of s: id Court, ut Red Wing, in said
eaurity. and to serve a copy of your anpwer to.
the said complaint on the subscribers at their
office in St. Paul, in the county of Kaniftey. in
said State, within twenty days after -the' ser
vice of thi* summon* on you. exclusive of tha.
day of such service and if you fail to answer
said complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will take judgment
against you fnr the sum of one hundred and
eight dollars snd sixty-fix cents, with interest
from the second day of DeccmW. A. P. eight
een hundred and titty-nine, besides the ooste'
and disbursements of this action.
DANIELS A GRANT,
Dated at St. Paul.) Plaintiff's Atfvs
May 11th, ltSO. sd!«

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