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I I E O 11
E WING E S
El'ISCOVAL.
CIIBIST CnuHcii—At the Church, junction of
Eust and West Avenue with Bruud street. Ser
vices «t 10$ A M. and 6}4 o.cloek P. M.—
Sunday School directly after morning service.
Daily morning prayer ttt '. o'clock. All seats
free. Kev. E. R. Welles, l'sistor.
PRESBYTCKIAX.
FIRST I'KBSBT TKIUAN—on Sixth street, (near
tho Court House). Services ai 10)i A. M., and
7 P. M. Kev. J. W. Ilaoopck, Pastor.
MKTIIOD1ST.
MCTIIODIBT KrisuorAb—corner of East Ave
Sua an I Fourth street. Services of the Sab-Ciieiibtn,
oath at 1»} A. M., and 7$ M. Sunday
Scuool at P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening at s'j' o'clock' lie v. Jaboz Brooks,
./axtor—residence on East Avenue.
(iiHUAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway A.
/onrthstroet. Service* at 10}{ A. M., and 7
P.M. Kev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor.
O I I A
E WING I E E N
CORKlLCTr.n WtlKI.Y.
Flour—Sxkrn $•" oo XXX $-i 00 bbl.
heat—Wood 30OS5c.
Oats-i.VSSOc bushel.
Corn— s!f,7jkV9 3.K- shelled.
Pork—S^fiMo lb in tho hog.
Potatoes—25(330o.
Said— Timothy jt*2 50,33: ClorerfcTfiS? CO.
Beann—^5w/»*l 25 bush.
Butter— 10i2j£©c Hr* lb.
Eggs—iifidSe i'dozou.
Sug.tr—N.0.8r2)'J« refined Ufa 12c crushed
and powdered U(ffil5c.
Syrup—N. O. 5e S. 11. 70c golden 90c.
Teas—40, 50. 05,750&1 Hi.
Coffee—Rio 15f2ltte Java'20a lb.
Tobacco—Plug 8o7940e mnokingTlO(S15cts
finn-cut chewing 40c.
Powder— Blasting $»1Pkeg rille lOrdoOcflb
Shot—*J 91Uclr* ill
Wood—I 50®$-''4/cord.
•Salt—Coarse 9-' 25 dairy 3 50®$4 tr*bbl.
•Fluid -SOffl'Jde gallon.
Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strained whal
and Inr.l $1 25 trillion.
Lumber—Common 10i©$l'2j clear 1C®$20$*
thousand feet.
Shingles—Shaved 2f3$U 25 extra 00 50.
Monetary Matter*.
Prcp.irodexpressly *or the SENTINEL by Smith
Meigs tfc Co., Bankers, Main street, Red Wing.
For Illinois' Wisconsin, and Missouri cur
rency, we quote exchange as follows
Buying. Selling.
Y.x. on New York, IfaUJ-j preni. a}j prem
St. Louis, ay£
Chicago. par.
Milwaukee,
Galena, «i
gold, \}4 3
Eastern Currency, 1
(Joodhuj Co.,Orders,
State Orders,
For gold, we sell oxuhaug
percent., premium.
Med
Hay Creek Bend,
Elinira,-.
Poplai Gro»e,...
Rice Lake,--
10 Wastedo,
22 Bur Oak Springs,
20 Belle Creole,
•35 Buchanan,
20 Braiult's,"
*i7 I Spencer.
3'j Willow Cieok,
211 Cannon Falls,-...
-5 Prairie Creek,
82 Can-won 3ity,.«.
80 Faribault,
4:» Lcwiston,
.')2 Noithlield.
Pin* Island,
wtantorville,..
Mazeppa,..'
Oronoco,
Rochester,..-.....
Ziinbrota,
Roscoo,
Concxud,
WasiojB,
Ashland
Oakglen,...
Geneva...-.
Albert Lea
Austin
Troy City,
Hafler
Kenyon
El wood,
Owatuuna,
Wilton,
Blue EArthCity,
Clarmont,.......
Gs Spring' Creek,
7s Cannon Bridge,
Cs nastings',
1-2 St. Paul,
In Tronton,Wi."
Si Waeeoiu,
44 WestervU,
I4 I Florence
64! Central Point,
1 02 Lako.City,
42= Read's Landing,-•
MORTGAGE
SALE.
Default having been made in tho condi
tions of a certain indcutu re of mortgage, da
ted the 24th day of February, A. I». 1S5*, exc
euteil, acknowledged and delivered by Nancy
1'ish, of Goodhue county, Minnesota Territory.
to W. W. Phelps and Christopher Graham', ol
Sibley county, and which was duly recorded
in the office of tho Register of Deeds, of said
Goodhue county, on the 25th day of February,
A. i. 1S5S, at 1*J o'clock M., in Rook 1 of Movt
•gagos, pages 220 and 2'-'1 by which said mort
gntro the said Nancy Fish did grant, bargain.
wall and convey unto the said W. W. Phelps
and Christopher Graham, their heirs and as
higns, forever, all that tract or parcel of land
liytng and'boing in the county of Goodhue, in
hen) Ten it' ry now State) of Minnesota,
iloseriboa as follows to wit: The south-treat
yuartor of the south-east quarter »ontU-oast
ipiartcr of the south-west ipiitrtcr, and the
north haW of the southwest quarter of section
twenty-seven (27), In township one huiidred
.and thirteen (113), north of range sixteen (16)
west, in the district of lands subject to sale at
Red Winr, Minnesota Territory, to secure to
the said W. W. Phelpa and Christopher Gra
.iiam, their heirs, executors, administrators or
assigns, the payment of the sum ot four hun
dred dollars, one year after date, according to
the condition of a certain promissory note ex
ecuted by the said Nancy Fish so" the said
Phelps and Graham, and bearing even date
therewith, with interest from date at the. rata
of two per cent., per month until paid. And
which said mortgage and the debt thereby se
cured, were, on the 17th day of December, A.D.
1S59, lor value, duly assigned in writing by
tho said W. W. Phelpa and Christopher Gra
ham, to John L. Thornc, of Huntings, liakota
county, Minnesota, and which assignment was
on the 1.7th day of December, A. V. 1859, at 5
o'clock a*.M., duly recorded in the office -of the
Register of Deeds of Goodhue county afore
said, in Ttook *.'d oi'Miscellaneous Records, pa
ges as(J and 310.
Anl whereas, there is now claimed to be due
At tho date of this notice on said note and mort
gage, tho sum of six hundred and twenty live
dollars and cijrhty-four cents and no pro
ceedings at law or otherwise having boon had
«r instituted for the recovery of said sum or
any part thereof
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of a power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and in pursuance of the statuto in
ouch case made and provided, the said mort
gage will be foreclosed by a«aic of the premises
hereinbefore described, at public auction, to
tho highest bidder, for cash, at tho front dooir
of the Court House, in tho city of Red Wing in
naii.1 Goodhue County, on the 31st day of Au
gust, A. u. 1SG0, at 10 o'clock in the 1'orenoou,
to autufy the amount duo on said i.ote and
mortgage, with the charges and disbursements.
Dated: Red Wing.iTtily 11th, 1860.
JOHN L. TUORNE, Assiguce.
Jons R. CLAOKTT,
STATE
Att'y for Assignee. 20fi-td
OF MINNESOTA, District Court, 1st
District, Goodhue County.
Simon W. Arnold
Ernest Nushbaum and
J. Nirdlinccr
Plaint ills, I Summons,
against I
Silas C. Todd, I
Defmdant.
To th« above named defendant, Silas
Todd:
In the name of the State of Minnesota
fou are hereby summoned and required to
*nswer the complaint in this action which is
tiled in the office of the Clerk of this Court in
the city of Red Wing, in said county, and serve
a copy of your answer to such complaint on ns
at our office, in said city of Red Wing, within
twenty days after the service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of such service,
and it you fail to answer said complaint within
the time aforesaid, tho above named plaintiils
will apply to tm* court for the relief demanded
iu the complaint.
Pated Red Winjj, Minn., 25th taly, 1S60.
BKISTOf. -v pBEbrs,
S1SK8 Flautiift* Attorneys.
4|
SOT "£4
THIS COUNTY!
Kxamine our l.Ui of
Dinnu' yc hoar the
slogan:
60c.
OOC.
New York nt
A E O DSTANCES
FitOlt
Win.fr t» the followi/tg placet
!BW
THE SENTINEL.
RED WING, SEPT. 5 1360
S E A E O
TO TIIK *f7F*T
BVSINKSS HJKN
OFFICE
TO TH E
BUSINESSMEN
W I N 0
Kxjunno anr Li.-i
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING
TUK SENTINEL JOKOl'KICK
thd most extensive in lioiidl.no county, ami i* u»3tirp:mi!d
L.iuj.iiuilaiiintitutioiiiu.Minuiiiut i', outsidiolst.l'aul.
Chucks.
WE AltK riSEPAREDTO 1'iMNT
WaiUinf Tickets.
Visitin» Cards.
Invitations.
I uw III inks.
Blank N'otva,
Drafts.
Bill llcaus.
hillsaf Lading,
It cci |iu.
Hills cf Hxcliuug
Proftrummcs,
Show Uil!s,:iriyslje
Posters.
Pamphlets. Way liills.&o..
tatalnsnes,
phiets
Orclersthankfullyrebcivodjiindprordpt
uted.
exc
tfcT* (Jon KKSPON DKNOE contatnin mpor
news.issolieitevi i'rom till parts of the State.—
Parties, if unacquainted', will sen:' references,
unless they are themselves well known.
tahtand
O E O N
Democratic Rally.
'Pis' Douglas and
his men
The citizens of opdutte County are
invited to assemble in mass meeting in
Red Wing, on Monday the 7th day of
September,
?60,
when they will bo ail-
dressed upon the political issues of the
day by lions. Willis A. Gorman, and
Joseph Weinmann, (in German,) can-'arc fighting the present campaign:
didates for IVisidential Electors
lions. John M. Gilman, and James
George, Democratic candidates for
Congress, and also by Hon. Amos
Coggswel!. Rally, Democrats rally
'For the Douglas «For the Douglas!
Full loud the shout upvose
'God speed the man who fights so well,.
Against a thousand foes
Hon. IV.11. Wintlom
Our M. C. will address the Republicans of
Red Wing on the 12th of September.
J. P. Ena,
r*rr~
Has for sale, at his neat and tasty little
Tlu "•Little Giants"
Perfeeted their organization last evening
by the election of tho following officers: \X.
C. Williston, Capt. E. L.Raker, 1st Lieut.
W- W. DeKay, 4th Lieut. W. W- Phelps,
President Martin Maginnis, Secretary, and
T. B. Sheldon, Treasurer. The Executive
Committee will be appointed by the chair.
The Drew Steam Mill
Which has been idle for so long a time, is
soon to be refitted by a Boston company
and made into an extensive merchant litHir
ing mill. This will he a valuable addition
to the busincs of lied Wing and supply a
want all feel to exist. The mill is admi
rably adabted to the business designed. We
wish the most complete success to the
en-demonstrationsroof
terprise.
Au Effort
Is making to induce the Post Office De
partment to give the mails to tho Davidson
line of steamboats. A petition to that effect
has been extensively signed by the citizens
of this place, and wc believe by those of ev
ery point on the river. If the application
thus unanimously urged receives tho appro,
bation of the Department, Davidson's line
may bo regarded us one ol the institutions of
the upper Mississippi.
Wheat Warehouses.
The vast quantity of grain likely to bo
marketed in Red Wing this fail is inducing
the erection of very many grain store houses.
Nearly every merchant i* preparing to buy
and store grain. The competition will be
great and the very highest prices be raid.
Our farmers should ^e?P ^is fact in.hiind
wheu thoy market their crops, that Bed
\Y ing is the place to hell.
The Grain Trade.
W7heat has commenced to come in in con
siderable quantities. The price paid avera
ges 75 eents, some nice lots bringing five
cents more»and some, not so well cleaned ,*a
trifle less. The quality is most excellent.
The prospects for good prices is most en
couraging, and the confidence of puycrs very
great. The expectation of a foreign demand
however gives a speculative character to the
present demand, and the chances for an ad
vance or a decline in prices are about equal.
Nothing will be lost by selling early and
we incline to the opinion that those who sell
promptly will realize most.
The Competition
Between the different lines of boats on
the river is having a most salutary tenden
cy in reducing the tariff on freight and
passengers, and will no doubt stimulate
the business men to unusual activity. This
competition, while it proves advantag
eous to tho business men and farmers, will
prove equally profitable to the steamboats
engaged in this trade. The expense of
running a boat is nearly the same with a
little business as when the business is large.
With the heavy business to be done, all our
boats will certainly make profit.
Masonic*
Grand Master A. T. C. Pearson, has been
in our city for several days during tho past
week, and while here, organized a chapter
Of R. A. M. The Masonic fraternity seem
to have a growing prosperity which is flat
tering to the order. Tho now chapter was
instituted by the appointment of II. B. Wil
son, H. W. Bickford, K. and J. J. Bich
ter, S.
The Masons have rented the third story
of the new building of Mr. Phelps, which is
now being fitted up in a most convenient and
tasty manner. The room is located in a
central part of the town, will prove a valu
able addition to the public institutions of the
eihr.
INTENTIONAL DUPLICATE EXPOSURE
THU AS UOSPEL. 5-
The New York Herald, but recently a
Breckinridge organ of the ultra stamp, in its
issue of the 22d, iu speaking of tho reverses
the Seecders have met with in tho Southern
elections, says:
No, it was not Coombs that carried th:s
Kentucky election—it was something more
1—it
was the reaction in the Southern public
mind against the Democratic disunionists of
the Yancey, Keitt, Rhett and Pratt school
that did the work and if the result has fall
en heavily upon Mr. Breckinridge, it is be
cause of the company in which the people
find him. "Show mo the company a manT
kceps,"saysa shrewd philosopher,"and I will
tell yon what he is." Acting upon this idea,
the conservative people of the South, as
ex-garmentsl
hibited in these late elections, have risen,
aro rising, from Delaware to Louisiana,
against Mr. Breckinridge as a Presidential
candidate, because he is the anointed chain
pion of that disorganizing faction of tho De
mocracy) tho Southern disunionists.
TitE'ISSUES PRESENTED,
lion. W. H. Seward, tho very ombodi
ment and soul of Black Republicanism, has
rocently been making an electioneering trip
to Maine, where he has made
speeches. In Boston, on his way, he had
GOVERNMENT OF Tnt UNITED STATES."
grocerystoro on Plum street, some first [coming fearful in its character, to wit: the
rate mclous, as well as lota of apples and habit of tho married women of that city,
other fruits, nuts, groceries &c.
4, "With this victory, comes the end of
lavcrij."
MA.RUIED MEMS MEETING AT
JANESA'IJ.EE.
The married men of Janesville have had
a meeting to consider a subject which is be-
leaving their homos ane families for long vis
its to relatives and friends at the east. A
spirit of sadness pervaded tho meeting, and
Ike Wood'.e, W. Addy and Charley" Holt
were appointed a committee on resolutions.
J. C. Pierce.L'd Lieut. P. Everett. 3d Lieut. very alfecting, and at
the same time of a nature to show that the
members of the meeting hf.d all determined
cred rights.
singing Come ye disconsolate," and closed
to take a firm stand against this alarming
encroachment upon their privileges and sa
The meeting was opened with Ris(0)1n^(onTiron^^nuwViW)i^iot
with "Days of absence"
tions were adopted,Mhoe
th uaselte say
the following touching incident tookd place:
Levi Alden, II W. Stratton, Roland West,
Josiah Wright, and Winficld S. Chase were
appointed a committee to report a plan for a
permanent organization, including commit
tee to obtain information upon the various
deparments of housekecning.
OCT" The Baltimore correspondent of the
New York Times has the following in a re
cent letter
"A matter, rather singular, forcibly im
pressed itself upon mo some weeks ago, but
1 neglected noticing it up to tho present
time. Passing :!..'ng om- streets the next
day aitc-r the announcement of the death of
Piince Jerome Bonaparte, I saw his wire
Miss. Patterson-now near hereighteith year,
walking out, in her usual costume, uncon
cerned as if nothingTiad happened. She cer
tainly knew the fact, but knowing her eccen
tricities, I was not surprised. It is no
un-in
common thing to see this venerable lady in
the public marts attending pcrsonaly to busi
ness. She often collects her own rents, and
takes a flirt at stock speculations when the
fever is up. At all times an elegant crown
jewel, glittering with diamonds of the purest
water, is displayed upon her forehead, while
her arms are white, skin smooth and ten
dor as a maiden of sixteen. She really a
remarkable woman. There is a deep stoi
cism and unbending philosophy, coupled
with independence in her composition, which
one out of a thousand, male or female, does
not possess. H«r every thought is replete
lyith favoritism for royalty. Republics she
osteoma common, ungrateful and now,
though a citizen of our domain, and without
anything special to* plume herself upon
touching imperial favors, she lives in the ideal
of/cs belle 1 Vance. Iler greatest ambition is
to see her grandson—young Jerome—now
in tho French army, rising to honor and
imperial distinction. A large portion of her
annual income, which is very large, is ap
propriated to his service. At her demise, it
is presumed, he will inherit her entire for
tunc, as she is not on terms of intimacy with
her son here."
TALKING TO THE PRINCE.
The Canadian journals aro giving the
Prince of Wales sonic lessons in poliiics
which probably may sot him thinking so
riously, if the purpose of his visit is to see
about establishing a vice-royalty. The Ham
lton Times speaking of his intended visit to
tho United States, remarks: "A valuable
lesson will the young Prince learn from ob
serving the prosperity of that people whom
his ancestors drove to rebellion. He will
see how little a free and energetic people
really depend upon princes how easily
they can be dispensed with, and how wise
it is to dispense with them when they mis
use the prerogatives which are intrusted to
them for tho people's benefit." From the
evident approval of the example referred to,
it is evident that the writer could have no
loyal scruples against following it ifthe
same necessity.
0^?*Woman lost Paradice to make man
happy he deserves purgatory if he makes
her wretched.
I 8 6 0 Spring 36 SummerTraJe^lSffl
Main street, lied Wins, Wilkinson's block.v
WM.
& JAS. LAWTIIER are now opening
and receiving a complete stock of
CLOTHS,
A I O I N E S A I S E N
lor the manufacture of fJfciits' Clothe* to or
dcr M«-. O. BERGH, aft experienced work
man, wil wait on gents and furnish them with
of the latest, styles ami on reasonable
terms. Persons wishiugto purchase will please
call and examine our stock and prices before
purchasing elsewhere. Tailors furnished with
anything On tho most reasonable terms. Wt
ospeettully solicit a share of patronage.
Terms strictly cash.
STATE
number o'f undNicolinc Mej-cr
defendants
aTo tll0
very handsome reception, and addressed a Meyer and Nieholine .Sldyer
1 ,, You are hereby summoned and required to
large crowd from the balcony of tne Revero
House. His speech was extremely radica,: keen filed in the otliee of. the ClerK of said
.. .. Court, at Reu Wing, in said couatv,. and to
on the slavery question^ enough to suit Uar
a 0O1,v
rison and Phillips. He .thus set fcrth tho! Plaint on tile subsleribera at their office iu Rod
,•1 1 ii- -n li- Wing, in the countvot Gobdue, in saidState,
issues upon which the Hack liepuPBcansfwitlim t\^nty days after the service of this
summons on you, exclusive of the day of such
.service and'if YOU fail to answer*the said
1. That they have nominated Abraham complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
Lincoln as their standard bearer,LAW."
two (2) section thirty-two (32) also the
ace. After the resolu- ^°'"th-cast quarter of North-east quarter of
Gkaeitoteva that
on
a 3 a at
At this stage of the proceedings a healthy,
plump, and smiling boy was presented to I town one hundre fourteen (114
tho President. This memento of departed I range fifteen (15).
domestic joys and wedded love was passed Now, therefore, notico is hereby given,E
to each membe the meeting, and if the that I will sell at* Public Auction to the
affection bestowed upon it highest bidder therefor for cash, the above
would have boon ludicrous to.a mere specta- described propertv, and the interest which
tor of the scene it certainly drew out what
may possibly be considered a dormant vir
tue in sonic of the parents present. Many
attempts to imitato the maternal dialect
were very successful efforts, and afforded,
conclusive proof that the nursery had, in
other days, received a proper share of atten
tion.
t"'rty-one (31) also the Noith-west
quarter of North-east quarter of section
thirty-one (31) and the South-west quarter
oif
South-east
quarterdofand
1860.
CASSIMriftES,
TESTINGS a'nd
GENTS' FURNIS11ING GOODS,
in great variety. Also,a complete assortmentof
TALOHS' TRIMMINGS,
which they oiler to cash buyers very cheap
We have also in connection a
REMOVAL.
Wu. A JA». LAWTIIKR.
Red Wing, May 2,1860. lUStf
OF MINNESOTA District Court,
COUNTY OF OOOUUCK. First Jud. Di*t
Isaac Bernheiiuer, Pi'lT.'
"a'«raihst
Carl C. P. Xever
SiiiiioKa.
named .l^fendAUts Curl C.
tiie
complaint in this action, which ha.
of your answer to the sai.l cdra-
"confessing! till ireliefsdemanded
thi action wililnapply to this Court for
the obligations of the HIGHE
2, That thev are contending "for weal or
woe, lor life or'death, iu the IRREPRESSI
BLE CONFLICT Iftweenj'reedom and slave
ry
3, That "we are now in the last stage of.
the conflict, Leforc the nest great triumphal arid under the seal of the District Court of
inauguration of THIS POLICY JXTO THE the First, late Fifth Judicial District, in and
tdc' the complaint.
BEISTOL «fc PHELPS,
Dated at RedWing) Plaintiffs Att'vs.
Julv BOth, 1S0O. I 218w«
SHERIFF,
SALE.
Ry virtue of an execution issued out of
for the County of Goodhue, and State of
Minnesota, upon a judgment rendered and
docketed in said Countv of Goodhue on the
17th day of March, A.*D. 1S60, in an action
in said Court pending, wherein William W.
Phelps and Christopher Graham, as Phelps
& Graham are Plaintiffs and William G. Lc
Due is Defendant, in favor of Plaintiffs, and
against said Defendant William Ot. Le Due
for the sum of two thousand four hundred
and thirty-two dollars and sixty-nine cents
1 have, on this 14th day of August A.
I860, levied upon all of the right, title and
interest of the said Defendant William G.
Le Due on the day when the said judgment
was so docketed in said County of Goodhue
of the following described real property, to
wit
The North half of South-west quarter of
section fourteen (14) town one hundred and
fourteen (114) range sixteen (16) also lot
six (6) in section six (6) also lot six (6) in
section four (4) town one hundred and
thirteen (113) range fifteen (15) also lot
section thirty
Chambray,
Lawns,
Ginghams,
Cambrics,
Muslin,
Flannels,
S^kS'S.'Si
W in a.
(30))
said defendant had in the same, OO the day
when saidjudgment was so docketed in said
Goodhue County, at the front door of the
Court House, in the city of Red Wing in said
county, on Saturday the 2(Jth day of Sep
tember A. D. 1860, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, to satisfy the said exe
cution together with the interest and costs
theieon. MARTIN S. CHANDLER.
Sheriff of Goodhue Co. Minn.
BntsTOTi & THELrs, By J. C. HAWES,
PUT's Attorneys. Deputy.
Dated Rod Wing August 15th, I860-
TTOKEIBLE! HORRIBLE 1 HORRIBLE!
I have just received from New York and
Boston lartro and splendid stock of SPRING
and SUMMER GOODS, consisting of every
thing taat
-A. a a a, A
Can
rics,
made Clothing, &c., on which 1 defy competi
tion HS to price and quality and intact I havo
almost everything usually
FcvMTact
an ostablUhmcnt of this kiad, consisting of
Sheeting,
Shirting,
Denims,
Prints,
Delaines,
Summer Cloths,
for men & boys,
Fancy Cassimores,
Challi,
Apron Check,
Pins,
Needles,
Thread,
Buttons
Ribbon,
Comb*,
Brushes,
Hats,
Caps,
&c., &c,
and a
thousand and one other things too numerous
to mention. Also, a full supply of GROCERIES
at priceB which cannot be
a
in Red Whitf. Also, a largo stock of READY
MADE CLOTHING. For a very little cash,
a man can dress himself
3 3 a
and in the height of Fashion. My stock of
MATS AND CAPS is large and well seleoted,
and I have a fine assortment of Ladies', Misses'
and^Childrcr.s' SHOES, which are for sale very
cheap. I will not be undersold by any one
I xx tla.©
trade and I am constantly receiving fresh
supplies, so that there are goods all the time
oa the
X*.o«*dfc
Give me a call, and see for yourselves. I
will sell you good* very choap—much cheaper
than anyone.
xx a
will sell to you. Remember the place. Thil
leo's Block, Main stro«t.
CORKER or MAIH_& BOSH STRUTS,
Opposite the Tepeetonka Hotel.
ALL
1
JAS. B. PARKHURST.
Red Wing, May'23..1S«50. 200-tf
B. OOP'S COLUMN.
1860.
REMOVAL. REMOVAL,
NE
W STORE! NE
W STORE!
ATTRACTIVE STOMJ,
ATRACTIVB GOODS,
The undersigned would respectfully inform the trading community, and his friends in
general, that he removed his stock of goods, together with ',
Huge FresU Supplies:
to the new building recently erected by itr. Phelps, upon the corner of Alain A Bush
streets, where he is prepared to display a
Rich and very Ifeavy Stock of Merchandise,
adapted to the Wholesale and Retail Trade, consisting, as usual, of
S a a a
READY-MADE CLOTHING, (for Men and Boy»,)
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, AND STRAW GOODS,
MILLINERY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS,
&1! Ski**
and JProviiiotUi
A
a
IGENCY of tho ESTEBLY REAPER is at
GENCY of the Commonwealth Insureanco Company at
A GENCY of the Prrker Sewing Machins at
1860.
REMOVAL.
ATTRACTIVE PRICES
,*S
a
and ettrything in general. Also, manufacturer of
E STYL E OF O O S A N SHOES,
Customers may rely upon getting good Goods, and at fair prices, at all times. I wish it
DISTINCTLY UNDERSTOOD, that I don't sell either AUCTION or DAMAGED
goods for GENUINE, nor charge one man ONE PRICE, and another FOUB PBICES,
for the same article.
COME AND SEE MY STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY,
and ever be held in grateful remembrance by,
OOPS! HOOPS! Extension Skirts for Ladies and Children, at
BEAT ATTRACTIONS in Now Goods, and mora to come, at
S S S S E LATEST STYLES of Hats, Caps, and Straw Good* at
100 BUSHELS of Plutorinr Hair, at
Yours truly,
KINDS of Men, Women and Childrens' Boots and Shoes, made to order, at
FOOT'S.
*DUTTER, Eggs, and all kinds of Produce, taken in exchange for Goods, at
MORS
ANOJT.
000 Green and Dry Hides wanted for Cash or Goods,' atf
HOME AND BUY some or tho 60 cent Tea, at
A GENCY of Sands' celebrated Pate Cream Ale, at
TYURE Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes, at
A VERY LARGE STOCK of Summer Clothing, cheap, at
TjlLOUR! Flour! Floor! Best brands,forsalo at
OODS DELIVERED to any part of tho town, free of charge, by
Bed Wing, June, 1860.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOGT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
S. B. O O
MISCELLANEOUS.
W I N
II A RD WARE S O E
-Gittg E. 1: BAKER?%z
(SUCCESSOR TO T. J. coorsR,}
Wholesale and Retail
..
DEALK tit
Hard-ware, Tin-wro and Stoves,
SKEL A W A E
A I RAMS,
CROSS-CUT S A W S
I E S A W A E
LEA^^PlPJl-r
BELLOWS
VICES
A N I S v.,:. &?£&
DRILLS*. v?t-
•-.• A I N S
v5 PtJMPS,
y: '*. SCALES,
N
srfjm* I E S
A E S
I O N
PEEU, SLIGO, SWEDISH, ^ExGLISH A2Cfi»
XMEBICAN^KEfijrED.
A I A E E N S
&C, &C.j &c.
All kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper
work manufactured to order by
experiencedj....•
workmen.
June 25, '59.
:,
151^1v
E. O W 1 E
Wholesalcaud BetailDcalcxlai
SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS,
And
BLANK BOO3§
S A I O N E
Wall and Curtain Papers
Pocket Cutlery*
Port Monnaies, Fancy Goods*
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
A general assortment of
a it etc
TOY$ AND YANKEE NOTO&S
NUTS, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONARY.
Corner of Main Bush Street*
A S A 8
Goods riven in exchange for clean Linen ox
Cotton Raff* of all colors, for which the high
est price will bo paid.
Red Wing, Sept. 12,1S57. 60-t*
J. I E-R
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERi\
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 the,
manufactory ofCloths to order. W rantedto
fit or no sale.]
Also a large stock of
SOOTS AND BHOSS.'
FANCY GOODS,
1 will mrth.br stale to the public that (which
many already know,) I wjl} sell6oods(/i/ cash
as cheap us any Merchantin this city. Kow
Friends, Countrymen and. the rest efinanlrind
(including women and,children,) please call at
my Store on the corner of Main and Plum St.,
ana examine Goods and Prices.and I'll pledge
youths^ you will not go away dissatisfied..
Red Wing June 4,1858. »6y
pURNITURE
The undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of lied Wing and vicinity that hs
has purchased the entire stock of -unmanufac
tured material for furniture, formerly owned
by Mr. Cook, an 1 that he isprepared to sujply
all orders for furniture of every description,
on the shortest notice. .,
BSPAIRIXa AND TUBNIXG DOXB TO
OBDEB.
Also all kinds of COFFINS famished to order.
jHahogoiiy, -, -.,,
a WafHifC.
FTJRNITCIfE constantly on ,hand. cheap for
Cash. JOHN :C*fi!ELLT
Red Wing, May 13,185». iUsft
NA
FOOT'S.
I 1 S N A I S I
tOO KEttfi O NAIL S
Just received at the NEW STORE on Main at
FARMER*, now is the time to getyO»r
I am selling 8d)
FOOT'S.
lad I *l«ee.KaiiafortfcW pit keg:
16dj
Ismsslling
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
LATH NAILS,
SHINGLE NAILS, and
,. NAILS or ALL KINDS,
Lower than any person in Red Wing.
CALL AND SEE.
JAMES B. PARKIHiKST* ^i
PhilWs^Btock, MaiuPt
*fi- s-rfb
«... .mine
Red Wing, Aj»ru\.?5:K«o.
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