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Red Wing sentinel. [volume] (Red Wing, M.T. [i.e. Minn.]) 1855-1861, January 02, 1861, Image 5

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PARKHURSl'S COLUMN.
NE W GOODS!
Fall Trade Opened
Look out lor
A A I N S
COME AND SEE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERI £9,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY MAD E
CLOTHING HATS,
CAPS,
Oil cloths, Carpets
ETC., ETC.% ETCL
SLAUGHTERED
At the
11 1 $$$11*
Silks! Silks! Silks!
DRESS SILKS OF EVERY KIND
AND OF THE RICHEST PAT
TERNS, ALSO FLORENCE
AN MARCELLIN AN
BONNET SILKS.
A Large Stock of
Ribbons, Bonnet Borden),
Face Flowers, Crape,
Tarlton, Crown Lining, &c.
A splendid assortment of
Winter Dress Goods:
Figured DoLaines, French
Merinos and all Wool De-
Laines, French Merinos,
All Wool DeLaines, Wool
Plaids, Alpacas &c, &c.
Also
Broche, Cashmere and Blanket Shawls,
Cloaks, Hoods,
Marsailes Counter Panes, Lancaster Quilts,
Curtain Muslin, Mareen,
Opera Flannels, Silk Velvets, etc., eto., etc
A mammoth stock of
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
And
WHITE GOODS,
Of every kind and quality.
A large and varied assortment of
CMLRPBTB & OIL OLOTSB
Brussels, Ingrain and Hemp Carpets.
A full assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings,
Plain & Domestic
O O S
In the
May at all times be found the choicest
Family Groceries,
The Largest Stock
EATS, CAPS, BOOTS
AND SHOES,
In town together with a miscella
neous assortment of goods difficult to
enumerate all of which will be sold
at prices that will
Defy Competition.
A Word' to the Wise is Sufficient.
Remember the place,
PHILLEOS BLOCK MAIN STREET,
Bed Wing, October 3rd.
1000at
1000
aOODforPancakes,
S. B. FOOT'S COLUMN.
IAS, a spendid lot selling low at
F^cheaper
J:B. PARKHURST
S
1860. 1860. 1860. a if
The One Price Cash Store.
FALL TRADE!
GRAN OPENIN O A
N IMMENS
E
STOCK Q9-
Fall and Winter Gooods
All bought alncatho
at in in
any credit store in the world*.
KQWJS THE TIME TO BUTT FROM
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST
Slock ever offered to the people of this and surrounding counia.
There's no use Talking
I have marked the prices DOWN! DOWN! clear DOWN!
And sell only for CASH OR PRODUCE, NO CREDIT, dont have to
charge to make up for BAD DEBTS and can well afford to snpply my nu
merous enstomers and the people with goods ten to twenty per cent lower than
Come One I Come •lit I
see the immense stock of STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
»RESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS A JEWELRY,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AND LIQUORS READY
MADE CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS
AND SHOES, LEATHER A FINDINGS, HATS.CAPS AND FURS
MILLINERY GOODS, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, A A
Not "SLAUGHTERED hut 'QUARTERED and C0RED?\at
Foot's Cheap Gash Store.
Pieces ofthe leading styles ofprints, at wholesale or retail, at prices unprecedent
ed
FOOT'S.
Pieces, Delaines, Merinos, Cbborgs, Alapaeeas, Parametae. Valencies and other
Dress Goods at FOOT'S.
TVRESS and trimmings of oyerj description cheap at
SHAWLSt
Cloaks, Hoods, Funis, Bonnets, Hats and a good assortment at low
ures a
FOOT'S.
nnHE best assortment of Extension Skirts in Minnesota may be found at
T\RIE1 Fruit, Green Apples, Can Fruit at
WINTER
Honey Syrup, Golden Syrup, Sugar House moleses &c., cbeap
FnrtT
strained Oil, Burning Fluid, Kerosene with lamps and trimmings at
'LOOKING Glasses, both sound and broken are sold at
rpHE largest variety ofladies and children's shoes may be found at
exclMlv*reaa:rr»7
oBKan OF MAIK is BUSH BTRBBTS,
Oppoito the Tepeetonkft Hotel
than they ever have been sold, is or any other western market You
canfindanything you wantin his stock. Don't fril to call and see hitn?
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S.
FOOT'S,-
»nd can afford to sell goods a trifi
S
Red Wing, Nov. 1SG0.
1 E O I
AMD
O 1 I E S
Tho high and envied celebrity which these
pre-eminent Medicines have acquired for their
invariable efficacy in all tho diseases which
they profess to cure, has rendered the usual
practice of puffing not only unnecessary, but
unworthy of them. They are known by their
fiuits their good works tcstifv for them, and
they thrive not by tho fnith of the credulous.
IN ALL CASES OF Asthma, Acute and Oltron
ie Uheumatism, Affections the Madder and
Kidney*, ffillvms fevers and Liter Complaints.
In tho South and West, where these diseases
prevail, they will be found Invaluable. Plant
ers. Farmers, and others, who once use these
Medicines, will never afterwards be without
them.
Dyspepsia.—No person with this distress
ing disease should delay using these medicines
immediately. Fruptionsof the Skin, Erysipelas,
Flatulency, Fever and Ague. For this econrg
of tho Western country these medicines will bo
found a safe,speedy, and certain remedy. Oth
er medicines leave the system subject to a re
turn of tho disease—a cure by these medicines
is permanent. Ta THEM, BE SATISFIED, AND
BE CUBED.
Mercuria Diseases.—Never fails to erad
icate entirely all the effects of Mercury iufi-s
nitely sooner than the most powerful prepara
tion of Sarsaparilla.
Night Sweats, Serious Debility, Nervous Com
plaints of all kindt. Organic Affections, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Painter's C'holie.
Pile*.—The erigr
medicine* was cured
ingby theuse of these Lite Medicines alone
Worm of all kinda are effectually expelled
by these Medicines. Parents will do well to
administer them whenever their existence is
suspected. Relief will be certain.
THE I/IFB PILLS AND PHOBNIX BITTEKS
Purify tha blood, and thus remove all disease
from the system. A single trial will place the
LIFE PILLS and PIICENIX BITTERS beyond
tho reach of competition in the estimation of
every patient. B2f* Sold by
•riginal proprietor of thase
ure of Pilas of Si years stand
W I I A O A
3S5 Broadway, aor., Worth St., Now York, and
by all Druggists. 176-ly
A NOVELTY IN THE ART WORL&!
PH0TOSRAPH7 UPON PORCELAIN.
Secured by letters patent in the United States,
England, France, and Belgium.
THE AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPH
IC PORCELAIN COMPANY.
No. 781 Broadway, New York,
having secured their novel and ingenious In
vention by Amcrcan and European patents, are
fully prepared to execute orders for.
MINATUKE LIKENESSES or PERSONS ON CHINA,
presenting all tho attractive nad advantag
eous features of ordinary phtographs, the bril
liancy and finish of »"water-color drawing,
and a hitherto unattained quality of durability,
by being rendered a« imperishable as the nat
ural properties of the articles upon which they
aro transferred.
As the patented process of the Company en
ables the reproduction of Photographs, not
only on plain surfaces but upon such as are
round or of any degree of irregularity—por
traits can be reproduced with faultless accura
cy, and delicacy of delineation, upon Porce
lain wares of any description and dimension
as articles of luxury or of house ho'd utility,
such as
UKNS, VASES, BREAKFAST CUPS, TOILET ARTIC-
LES. &c,
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnish
ing a unique and exquisite style of ornamenta
tion of articles in domestic use.
In order to furnish facilities for the gratifi
cation of the popular taste, and to meet tho
wants of those patrons of the fine arts desi
rous of having por raits on Porcrlain, the
Company have imported from Europe a collec
tion of superior porcelain goods, manufactured
to their own order, which they sell at cost
prices.
As the American Company are owners of
the patent right, and consequently the only
Sersons
authorised to use tho process, they
ave determined, in order
TO AFFOUD PEOI'LE IV EVERT 84SUTION OF THE
UMCN
an opportunity to possess
PORTRAITS ON CHINA,
to make the following proposition to
RESIDENTS IN THE COUNTRY, WHO ARE VIABLE
TO VISIT PERSONALLY THE ATELIER AHI
GALLERIES IN NEW YORK,
Persons sending a photograph, ambrotype.
or daguorreotype to the office ofthe Company
ii'New York, accompanied by
FIVE DOLLARS,
will receive in return by express, free of other
charge,
A RICHLY ORNAMENTED T.JIEAKFTST AN
SAUCER, WITH THE PORTRAIT TRANSFERRO
THEREOF.
By transmitting a daguerrotype and
TEW DOLLARS.
they will secure in like manner,
HANDSOME FRENCH A SE OR E A I O
with the portait reproduced by the patented
process. By sending a pair of dauerreotypes
and
FIFTEEN DOLLARB,
they will receive in return
A PAIR OF BIOII SEVRES VASES,
with the portraits executed equal to miniature
paintings and in like manner, portraits can be
reproduced on porcelain wares or
VASES OF EVERY QUALITY OF FINISH
tanging in priee from
TWENTY TO ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS THE FAIR.
N. B.—Be particular in writing the address,
town,county and State distinctly.
AH lettersto be addressed to
"WANAGFEB, AMERICAN PHOTO
GRAPHIC POROELAIN CO.,"
7S1 Broadway,
119 3m NEW YORK
NOTICE,
Any person hereafter cutting pines or other
evergreens upon my premises, will be prosecu
ted to the full extent ef the law. And I will
pay fifty dollars to any one furnishing evidence
sufficient to convict any person of such tres
pass. All the pines between Wacoota and
Wcstervclt are on my land. There are plenty
of pinea on the other side of the lake for all
Christian purposes, that are of no other use.
From long experience in the busi
ness, he feels confident that he
can suit everybody.
In connection with this establishment.there is
fashionable
J5HAVING & A I I E S S I N SALOON
Next door to the Bakery.
An*. 13, 1859 I53_t
STATE
OF MINNESOTA,) District Court
COCHTY OF GOODHUE, First Jud. Dist
Henry N. Bishop, Pl'ff.
against
Jun« Bishop, SCIMONS.
defendant.
To Jane Bishop, the above named defend
ant.
In the name of the State of Minnesota:
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complain of she Plaintiff in above
entitled action, which said complaint is filed
in the office of the ClerK of this Court, at
Bed Wing, in said county of Goodhue,and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said com
plaint .• upon me the subscriber at Lake City,
said State of Minnesota, within thirty days
from the service hereof upon you exclusive
of the day of such" service: and YOU are
further notified that ifyoafailto answer said
complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will apply to this Court for
tbe relief demanded in the complaint.
E W I N
ARDWAR E
STORE!
C. II. & E. L. BAKER,
(SUCCESSOR TO T. COOPER,)
W a a Retail
E A E it
Hard-ware, Tin-wrc and Stoves,
SHELF HARD-WARE,
HYDRAULIC RAMS,
CROSS CUT SAWS,
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
LEAD PIPE,
BELLOWS,
VICES,
ANVILS,
DRILLS,
CHAINS,
NAILS,
PUMPS,
SCALES,
FILES
AXES,
&c.
I O N
PBKXT, SLIGO, SWEDISH, ENGLISH AND
AMERICAN REFINED.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
&e., &c., &c.
All kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper
work manufactured to order byexperienced
workmen.
June 25, '59. I
DRUGGIST APOTHECARY,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A
Large and "Well Selected Stock of
AMERICAN,
FRENCH,
AND ENGLISH
CHEMICALS, DRUGS, & MEDICINES
erfumery,
Fancy Articles,
Dye Stuffs,
Paints,
Oils,
ALCOHOL,
Tobacco,
Snuff,
Cigars,
And PURE LIQUORS, for mcdie'inl purposes
My stock is selected with great care, and" will
be warranted as represented.
Camphenc. Burning Fluid, Lard
and Whale Oil, to be found at
IvtLLooo's Disco S O E.
TfRENCB CHOCOLATE, a superior article
J. For sal at KELLOOG'S DRUG STORE.
LOOKINGe
GLASS PLATES, of a!l sizes, at
JVELLOOO'S DRUG STORE.
Y^-HAT EVERYBODY WANTS.
TSE FAMILY DOCTOR:
CONTAINING
Simple Remedies, easily obtained, for
the Cure of Disease in all its Forms.
Br
O E N S. TAYLOR
It Tells You How to attend upon the sick
and how to cook icr them
how to prepare Poultices
It Tells You
Drinks, «jjc., and how
guard against infection from
Opatag-iou Di»ea scs.
Of the various diseases
It Tells You
It Tells You
It lells You
GEO. W. BULLARD.
December 24,1859. l?7*f
J.. N E N
CAP MANUFACTURER.
W in Minnesot a
Would respectfully call the attention of those
wishing to procure a good Cap, to his fa
cilities for manufacturing the same.
It Tells You
It Tells You
It Tells You
PEBliY D. MAKTIN,
Plaintiffs Att'jH.
Da-tod atLake City, December 1,1S0O. 228
Children, and gives tho best
and simplest mode of treat-f
raent during Teething, Con
vulsions, Whooing- Cough,
Vaccination. Measles, &c.
Tho symptoms of Croup, In
fantum, Cholera, Colic, Dia
rhtea, Worms, Scallcd Head,
Iiingworm, Chicken Pox, &c
and gives youths best reme
dies for their cure.
The symptoms of Fever and
Ague, and Bilious, Yellow,
Typhus, Scarlet and other
Feveis, and gives yon the
best and simplest remedies
for their cure.
The symptoms of Influenza,
Consumption, Dropsy, Gout,
Dyspepsia, Asthma, Khreu
matism, Lumbago, Erysipe
las, «tec, and gives you the
best remedies for their cure.
The symptoms of Cholera
Morbus. Malignant Cholera,
Small Pox, Cramp, Dysente
ry, Diseases of the Bladder,
Kidneys and Liver, and the
best remedies for their cure.
It Tells Yo The symptoms of Pleurisy,
Mumps, Neuralgia, Paraly
sis, Apoplexy, the various
Diseases of the Throat, Ear
ana Eye, Teeta, and the
best remedies for their cure.
The symptoms of Epilepsy,
Jaundice, Piles, Diseases
the Heart, Rupture, Hemorr
hage, Venereal Diseases and
Hydrophobia, and gives the
best remedies for their cure.
The best and simplest treat
ment for Wounds, Broken
Bones and Dislocations, Fe
ver Soros. Sprains, Lockjaw,
White Swellings, Ulcers,
"Whitlow's, Boils, Scurvy.
Burns and Scrofula.
It Tells Yo various diseases pecu
liar to Women, and gives the
best and simpio.st remedies
for their cure, together with
many valuable hints for the
preservation of the health.
The work is written in plain language, free
from medical terms, so as to be easily under
stood, while its simple recipes may soon save
you many times the cost of the book. It is
printed in a clear and open type is illustrated
with appropriate engravings, and will be for
warded to your address, neatly bound and
ostage paid, on receipt of §1.00.
$1,000 A E A can be made by enter
prising men everywhere, in selling the above
work, as our inducements to all su?u are very
liberal.
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to
agents, with other infbimatiov, apply ro to
:.ddrees JOHN E. POTTER Publishr,
o. GlTStusom Street, Pjiiladelphia,?a'.,
An aperient and stomachic preparation ol
1 RON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by coin
hustion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the high
est Medical Authorities, both in Europe and
the United States, and prescribed in their
practice.
Tho experience of thousands daily proves
that no preparation of Iron can be compared
with it. Impurities ofthe blood, depression
of vital energy, pale and otherwise Bickly
oomplexions indicate its necessity in almost
very conceivable case.
Innoxious in all maladies in which it has
been tried, it has proved absolutely enrative
iu e&ch of the following complaints, viz
In Debility, Nervous Affections, Emaciation,
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Diarrhaea, Dysente
ry, Incipient Consumption, Scrofulous Tuber
culosis, Salt Rheum, Mismensti nation. Whites,
Chlorosis, Liver Complaints, Chronic Head
aches, Rheumatism, Intermittent Fevers, Pim
ples on the Face, &c.
In cases of GENERAL DEBILITY, whether the
result of acute disease, or of the continued
diminution of nervous and muscular energy
from chronic complaints, one trial of this re
storative has proved successful to an extent
which no description nor written attestation
would render credible. Invalids so long bed
ridden as to have become forgotten in their
own neighborhoods, have suddenly rc-ap
pcared in the busy world as if .just returned
from protracted travel in a distant land. .Some
very signal instances of this kind arc attested
of female sufferers, emaciated victims of ap
parent marasmus, sanguineous exhaustion,
critical changes, and that complication of ner
vous and dyspeptic aversion to air and exer
cise for •which the physician has no name.
In NERVOUS AFFECTIONS of all kinds, and
for reasons familiar to medical men, the ope
ration of this preparation of iron must ncces
sarily be salutary, for, unlike the old oxides,
it is vigorous'y tonic, without being exciting
and overheating and gently, regularly ape
rient, even in the most obstinate cases of cos
tiveness without ever being a gastric purgative,
or inflicting a disagreeable sensation.
It is this latter property, among others,
which makes it so remarkably effectual and
permanent a remedy for Piles, upon which it
also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action, by dispersing tho local tendency which
forms the in.
In DYSPEPSIA, innumerable are its causes,
a single box of these Chalybeate Pills has often
sufficed for the most habitual cases, including
the attendunt Voi-tirertees.
In unchecked DIARRHOJA, even when ad
vanced to DYSENTERY, confirmed, emaciating,
and apparently malignant, tbe effects have
been equally decisive and astonishing
In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength,
debilitating eonghj and remittent hectic, Which
generally indicate INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, this
remedy lias allayed the alarm of friends and
physicians, in several very gratifying and in
teresting instances.
In ScuoFULous TuuEiiCULOsis, this medica
ted iron has had far more than the good effect
of the most cantipusly balanced preparations
of iodine, without any of their well known
liabilities.
The attention of females cannot be too con
fidently invited to this remedy and restorative
in the cases peculiarly affecting thorn.
In RHEUMATISM, both chronic and inflamma
tory—in the latter, however, more decidedly—
it has been invariably well reported, both as
alleviating pain and'reducing the swellings
and stiffness of the joints and muscles.
In INTMRMITTENT FEVERS it must necessarily
be a great remedy and energetic restorative,
and its progress in the new lettlcments of the
Insurance & Trust Company.
Office, Nos 142 and 144 South Water Stceet
Chicago Illinois. Capital S 250,000.
Board of Directors.—O. Kendall, Geo. II.
Hazelton, Amzi Benedict, Hon. L. S. Church.
Chas. H. Abbott. Geo. Hf Hazelton, President,
Chas. II. Abbott, Treas., Alfred Edwards, Sec.
Havingloeeived an appointment as Agents
of the above Company for Bed Wing and
vicinity, we arc prepared to receive applica
tions for Insurance in the same.
100: mG Brown & Betcher Agents.
0
fcC3
I A N & O doorsonth
I of the Kelly House, are now in receipt
of afresh arrival of
W I N E S
A E I O S
A N I A S
of every variety, with which we will acccm
modatcourTown and Country customers.a
Wholesale and Retail also, we have now
some new
erectedin our chamber, with first class fix
tures. We hope to merit the patronage of the
public row coming to our town, and would ten
der our thanksto our friends of Red Wing and
hosurroundingcountry. We say,
03 ii IL IL A EST ID 3 IE IE S
I A N O E S
Red'Wing.May 20,IS57. 45y
N I E
The undersigned would" respectfully inform
the citizen.-, of Red: Wirt? s.nd vicinity that he
has parc'nased Hie ei.'ire stock of unninnufac
tured material for furniture, formerly owned'
by Mr. Oook, an that he is prepared to
Mahogany,
Rosewood,
and 'WaSnut
FURNITURE constantly on. hand, ohe*apfor
Cash. JOHN COP.ELL.
RedWiug May 1?) JSdfi.
COPIES ALREADY SOLD.
50,000
BVBRYEODYHSI LAWYEP.
AND
COUNSELOR IN BUSINESS,
|CY
FRANK CROSBY or THE PHILADELPHIA HA*
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Papers and gives General?
forms for Agreements of all
kinds, Bills of Sale, Leases
and Petitions.
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Mortgagcs.Affidavits, Power*,
of Attorney, Notes and Bills
of Exchange, Receipts and
Releases.
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Debts, with the Statutes of
Limitation, and amount ana
kind or property exempt from
Execution in every State.
It Tells Yo How to make an Assignment
properly,with forms forCom
position with Creditors, and*
the Insolvent Laws of exeiy
State.
It Tells Yo The legal relations existing
between Guardian and Ward
Muster and Apprentice, and4
Landlord and Tenant.
It Tells You What constitutes Libel and
Slander, and the Law as to
Marriage Dower, the Wife's
Right in Property, Divors*
and Almony.
I Tells Yo The Law for Mechanics' Liesa
in every State, and the Natu
ralization Laws of this coun
try, and how to comply with
the same.
It Tells You The Law Concerning Pensions
and how to obtain one, sod
the Fre-Stopfion Laws to
Public Lands.
It Tells Yo The Law foi Pstentt, with"
mode of procedure in obtain
ing one, with Interferences,.
Assignments and Table of
Fees.
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how to Administer on an
Estate, with the law and tha
requirement thereof in every
Sliitc.
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general use, and explains to
you the Legislative, Execu-'
tive and Judicial Powers of
both the General and State
Governments.
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showing how to do your bu
siness legally, thus saving a
vast amount of property,ani
vexatious litigation, by its
timely consultation.
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EVERY MAN OF BUSINESS, and EVERYBODY IK'
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prising men everywhere, in selling the above
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iS
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