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CHICAGO
Sewing Machine Co.
OFFICE COR. LAKE A^ CLARK STS.
Over A. H. Miller's Jewelery Store,
E a 2 5 Clnrk Street.
WENewltyrnonweintroducinRecenthe
Licensed by Ellas How and Associates
And are manufactured at the well known es
tablishment of Miles Greenwood, ot Cincin
nati, Ohio. Machines are put up on plain
tables, in half case, or in full cabinet, in Wal
nut, Mahogany and Rosewood.
from O to »IOO.
B3F~0ur Machines make the Double Loop
Stich," which is preferable for family use to
the Shuttle Stich," or A'hecler &, Wilson's
Stich," as it is sometimes called—
1. Recus it is stronger and more durable.
'2. Because its right or face side is incompar
ably handsomer tharrtbat of the lock stich,
while the reverse is fully as handsome as the
reverse of that.
8. Because it is elastic, yielding or giving
with the material sewed. 1 he lock-itiu-h is
non-clastic and non-yielding.
4. Because it is a fast stich and will not rip.
though every fourth stich is cut. The lock
stitch will rip if once broken.
b. Because, while it is a fast stich, it is also
susceptible of being taken out with great facil
ity in case it is required, as in altering garments
fi. Our machines will run. gather, foil, hem.
tuck and embroider, and will do all that other
machines do.
All machines warranted, and kept in repair
one year without charge.
\V'"c are also sole agents for the Sale in the
Western and North-western States, of
BLAKE & JOHNSON'S
Improved Patent Right Side Ilemmer.
PRICE S3.00.
Its ready application to any kind of machine,
new or old, making it altogether the most
complete Ilemmer ever yet ottered. It turns
the hem under, and places the fair stitch on the
lijrlit side of the cloth.
Persons in the country, by sending us their
address, inclosing a letter stump,can have one
of our circulars, list of prices, and sample ol
work.
AGENTS WAKTED TIIROUGOUT THE
WEST.
Dated at Red Wing, Minn., June 3d. A. D.
law. MARTIN S. CUANDLEB.
Referee.
For Sale.
O^wellYoke
E of Working Cattle, good sizo,
broko, perfectly orderly, six years
»ld. Also one good team of Horses, capable
ef doing heavy business.
&mm*Pi*x*:'W.*m*#-:*V»,?-- 9!!||p -»»r J-„—^, -i~-.-J~s"* .,—~„™~—-,._*..jjp, _-
are to th public a
Invented and Patented
Sewing Machine, the inventor of which has
discarded entirely the use of cams ahd by
the application of a NEW COMOINATION in me
chanics, has accomplished results heretofore
unattained by »tny inventor, and produced a
Machiue capable of as great a range ot work
as any other Machine in market, and better
tulupted to the wants of the community, as he
has combined, to a greater extent than in an
other- patent, CHK A PNKSS WITH EXCELLENCE,
DUKABILITY with SIMPLICITY, and Nois.lessnuss
of Action, to a degree not approached by any
other Machine. Oirr Machines are
WIS WALL & TAPPAN,
Late of and Successors of
E. Richaida & Co.
Agents for Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and
Minnesota.
Address all letters to the Chicago Sowing
Machine Co., P. U. Box 8W2, Chicago, Illinois'.
OHAS. E. WISWALL, JOHN W. TAI'l'A.V.
La Crosse & Milwaukee Railroad.
With its connections, forms the shortest
quickest-, mid only direct route to
Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, Pits
burr/, Toledo, New York, Boston,
ami all points East and South.
One of the splendid United States mail steam
er* Northern Bole, Keokuk and Moses M'Lel
law, will leave St. Paul daily at S A. M.. from
wharf-boat, foot of Sibley street, connecting
at La Crosse next mornii.g (Sundays excepted
after brenklust with the A. M. train, arriving
al Minnesota Junction U5p. M..in Milwaukee
at 2.85 the same attcmoon, and in Chicago tit
same evening, in lime to connect with all
Eastern and Southern trains.
This i« tlio only route by which passenger.
are sine of making connections in Milwaukee
or Chicago, the next evening at'tur leaving St.
Paul.
Raggagochecked through.
ASK FOR TICKETS VI A LA CROSSE.
For through tickets to all points East and
South, apply to MESERULE & MoLAREN,
Red Wing.
if. T. RUMSEY, La Crosse.
R. II. GOODRICH. Manager, Milwaukee.
J. KIMBALL, G/n. Ticket Ag't Milwaukee.
W. W. WILSON, Gen. Passenger Ag'tSt.rVj,
REFEREE'S SALE.
The S'ato of Minnesota, District Court 1st
.Indicia' District for Goodhue County.
Christopher Cogel, Plaintiff.
against
Thomas .1. Little, Robert K.\
Ives. .lames G. Stoddard and I
Volney Brnndage, Defendants
NDER and in pursuance of a judgment
rendered in the above entitled cause by
enid District Court in open Court on the 28th
day of Juno, A. D. 18C1, which saidjudgement
was duly entered and recorded !y the Clerk of
snid Court, notice is hereby given that the
undorsignod. Uotoreo therein appointed, to exo
cuto such judgment, will sell ut public auction
t« the highest bidder for cash, at the frontdoor
"f tlio Court House in the city of Red Wing,
GoodhuoCounty. Miunosuta, as by suid.iudg
ini-ut directed, on Thursdav tho 17th day of
duly, A. D. 18ti2.at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
of raid day, all the rijrht. title, claim interest
and demand of said Thomas J. Little, as fixed
and, determined said judgment, in and to
tlu following described premises, to wit the
Wo»t one-half of lot N«. eight (S)in block No.
forty-cue (41) in the city of Rod Wing, in said
County and Slato, and the grist or flouring
mill situate thereon.
THOMAS CARNEY,
Goodhue Centre
It addressed by mail, direct Red Wing Post
oilice, n44:8w
Chicago, Prairie DM (uica
AND
&T. PAUL RAILWAY LINE.
MOS 1 O E
FROM ALL POINTS IN
N
TO
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE,
AND ALL POINTS
E a a S
The nd vantages of this route, nom all points
on tiw Upper Missusipj to Chicago and the
Ea»t, are superior to those offwied by any eom
peting Line.
No change of Cars 5* made between Prairl
du ('hie* and Chicago.
The Splendid Clasa Steamers of th»
Train* Bn Chkn and St. Paul Packet Line
The di*Unve from St. Pant to Chicago by
tbi* route ia 4o0 milea. Tit* distance via the
La CriMfe »nJ Milwaukee Railroad 4R2 nvitea.
Over one mile of Omaiboe. Treve! «. Jovnrnd
by ukfn the rout* vie, La Croeee and Milwau
kee.
These fact* entitle this Line to »t teaet in
ceual ahare of the North western btNliaeja.
C. N. IIUBBBLU E. P. BACON,
W estern Travel!ag General Ticket
LEGAl tfOTlOES.
MORTGAGE SALE.
WIIEREAS,n
Steomors: making the chansre from Steamerst P1? to the Court for the reliei demanded ini
to Car» by daylight, and avoiding all On.nibo» **»d complaint.
travel.
Agent. Agent. Milwai
H. & HOFFMAN 4k 0 0
a#**-l
dtp
default has beeh made in the
Conditio of a certain mortgage deed,
Mortgagee above named! The payment of two
promissory notes made by the said Nehemiah
V. Bennett. Mortgagor, each bearing date June
6th 1S57, and each for the sum of seven hun
dred and fifty dollars, one due in one year, and
the other ilue in two years from their said date,
with interest at tho rate of twenty-four per
cent, per annum from date until paid.and the
said note, principal and interest, remaining
unpaid and the same now being due and the
power oi sale in said mortgage having become
operative, and whereas there is claimed to be
due and is duo upon said notes and mortgaga
at the. date of this notice ths sum of twenty
four hundred and six dollars and sixty-two
cents ($2 406.62.)
made, executed and delivered by Nehamiah V.'jhy the Clerk of said Court, on the 25tll day of
Bennett and Sarah A Bennett, his wife, of June, A. D. 1862, on a Judgment Tendered in
Red Wine, Goodhue Conntv, and Territory
And whereas the said James Lawther, said
Mortgagee bus paid for and on account of the
taxes due and assessed on said mortgaged
premises for the years 1853,1859, I860 and 1861.
the sum of ninety-three dollars and r.inety-six
cents prior to^ the date of this notice. And
whereas, no suit or proceedings have been in
stituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt
remaining secured by such mortgage or anysix
part thereof.
and by virtue of an Execution i
sue of and under the soal of the Dis
trict Court for Goodhuo county and State of
Minnesota, and First Judicial District by the
Clerk of said Court on the l»th day of June, A.
D. f862, on a Judgement rendered in sai 1
court, on the 16th day of February. A. D. I860,
a^K
a
a
CnowStateviofMinnesotn,Moftgagors.tJames'.185?. wherein James Lawther was plaintiff.
Lawther of the same place, Mortgagee, which and! William Freeborn was Defendant, in favor
said mortgage deed bears date on the 6th dav °f
Now, therefore, by virtue of the power of
sale contained in said mortgage, and duly re
corded therewith, and pursuant to the statute
in such case made and provided, the said mort
gaged premises which are described in ftiidUn'Brb^kNo. t-n (10): Lot seven (7) in Block
mortgage as follows, viz: Commencing at the No. thirteen (13) Lots six C6), seven (T), nine
North- east corner of lotsix(6) in block thirty- (9) and ten (10) in Block No. fourteen (14)
County aforesaid, and situate in said Goodhue No. twenty-seven 27) Lot four
and the costs and expenses allowed by law, to
gether with the said sum of ninety-three dol
lars and ninety-six cents, which said mortgagee
das paid for taxes on said land.
Dated at Red Wing, Minn. June 3d. A. D.
13B2. JAMES LAWTHER,
W. W. PHELPS, Mortgagee.
Att'y for Mortgagee. n45:7w
Tin: ST\TE OF MINNESOTA, County of Good
hue, District Court, First Judicial District.
I N the matter of the application of Isaac
Nichols, an Insolvent Eeblor.for a diselrarge
from his debts, pursuant to the pro\isions of
of Chapter 79 of the compiled statutes of thu
State of Minnesota, entitled, Relief of in
solvent debtors."
To the creditors of said Isaac Nichols, an
insolvent debtor
Please take notice, that up*n reading and ril
ing the petition, schedule, inventory and affi
davit of Isaac Nichols, a resident of said coun
and State, praying to be discharged from
May, A. D. 1802, by the lion. S. J. K. Mc
Millan, Judge of the District Court for the
First Judicial District of said State, requiring
the creditors of said Isaac Nichols to show
cause if any they have, before the said Judge,
at the Court House in the city of Red Wing, in
said county on the 2nd flay of De ember, A.
D. 1862, at 10 o'olook of that day, why an as
signment of the said Insolvents estate sho- Id
be not made, and he be discharged from his debts
pursuant to the said chapter of the camp led
statutes, and tliat notice thereof bo givon I
Dated at Rod Wing, Goodhue countv, Min
nesota, this 2tith day of May, A. D. 1S62.
WM. W. P1TELP8,
n47v6:10w Att'y for said Insolvent.
SHERIFF SALE UNDER EXECUTION.
UNDEdRout
County and State of Minnesota, will be sold (twenty-eight (28) Lot one(l in Block No.
at public vendue to the highest bbldcr for cash twenty nine (29) Lot one fl] in Block No.
at the front door of the Court House in said thirty [3111 Lots one [11 and eight [S] in Block
publishing the contents ot said order in thVJ Block No. eighty two (82) Lot seven (7"
newspaper published in the city of St. Paul, in Block No eightv three 8 3 Lots eight
Ramsey county, the scat of government of said (8) nine (9) and ten (10) in Block No
State, called the" St. Paul Press." and in theL.~i.fv fmir f«4.^ ~K» ra\ „JA
Goodhue Volunteer." a newspaper published '.
in Bed Wing in said Good line County, and inK~' eighty-five (80) Lots three
the "Albany Argus," a newspaper published C3)
was rendered for the sum of five hundred and 5 1 1
aSd S 5 7 S
A. 18S2, levy upon the following"described
Real Estate, sttiute lying and being in Good
huo County and State of Minnesota, as the
prorerty of the said George Spicer, to wit
'i«^?£$\?$SL2FSiZj
C. & J. C.
I S O W S
Juno ltith, A. 1882. nt7v«:7w
SUMMONS.
STATK OF MIXXESOTA, First Judicial District
District Court, County ot Goodhue.
Lovander Fuller filackraer. 1
Plaintiff,
against
Lydia Ann lilacknier,
superior to ail other* on the Upper Mississippi, [copy of your answer to said complaint upon MARTIN S. CH 4.NDLER.
tor speed, comfort and convenience, make di-jtbu aoh«crib«r. at his office in the city of Rad Sheriff of Goodbne County, Minn.
reel oomtection with Lxpros Trains at Prairie Wing in said countv. within thirty davs after •*AJf1E-,, LAWTHER. Attorney in person.
d» CMgft.
th« aervk* ..f tbi* mimmon* upon y«u", exclu- K** Wing. MJin., July 9,1S*1.
By tlm route, passengers are enabled te-each.«*e of the day of such service and ifTou! n5ov«:7w
rhivajpo a» quick as by any other getting a nui to answer said cwmplainl
full nights rest and breakfast, on board the?aforesaid, the plaintiff in ths
200
AftoU, Rod Win«.
I
wherein Orton P. Ward is plaintiff, and .James Cannon Falls City, according to the plat a Bills
C. Hnwos, John Leeson and Gcorjrc Siicer is »hereof in the office of toe Register of Deeds
a aid D«f™ A Connty, State of Minnesota. S Bills
against said Defendants, which said judgment 1 A ,un uuntm
ithin the time
action wilt ar-
JAMES H. PARKER. IXOS-
1 aalv«:tf BUNCH 00 *aWy,«r
W
SHERIFF'S SALE DNDEREXECUTION.
UNDERouand
by virtue of an Execution is-
sued of and under the seal of the Dis
trict Court for the 1st Judicial District in and
for Goodhue County and State of Minnesota,
'd Court on the 11th day of September, A.
S:''1
of June. A. 4. 1857, and was dulv recorded for the sum of one thousand eight hundred and
in the office of the Register of Deeds in an*l for seventy-six and 90-100 ($1S76.9) dollars which
said Goodhne county, Minnesota, on the said k«aid Evecution was to me directed and deli*cr
6th day of June, A. D. 1857, at 2 o'clock ed, I have OH this ninth day of July, A.
M. of naid day in book 2 of Mortgage Deeds.
\8S2-
page fi'24. Estate, as the property of the said William
And whereas, snid mortgage was so made. Freeborn, lying and being in Goodhue couutv,
executed and delivered to secure to th- said and State of Minnesota, to wit: Lot No. three
plaintitt, and against said defendant,
levied upon the following described Real
(8) of Section No. six (6)in Township No. one
hundred and thirteen (113) North of Range
No. fifteen (15) West, all that part of Block
No. nine (9) in Freeborn & Co.'s Addition to
the town of Red Wing, lying Noith of the sec
tion line between Sections No.'* thirty (80) and
thirty-one (81) in Township No. one hundred
and thirteen (US) North of Range No. four
teen (14) West Lot No. two (2) in Block No.
sixteen (16) in the town (now city) of Red
Wing all of Block No nineteen (19) in Free
born's Addition to Bod Wing, and that part of
1
ots No. thrso (3 and four (4^ in Block No.
six (6) in Freeborn & Co.'s Addition to Bed
Wing, that lies North of the section line be
tween Sections No. thirty (80) and thirty-one
(81,) and now platted and recorded as P. a
denbergh's Subdivision of that part of Block
No. six (6) in Freeborn* Co.'s Addition to
Red Wing, that lies North of the Section line
according to the recorded plat of said Town of
Red Wing and Additions, in tho office of the
Register of Deeds for Goodhue Countv, Min
nesota Lots No tour (4), five (5),
(6) and seven (7) in Block No. two (2)
Lots one (1). two (2), three (3) seven (7) and
eight (4) in Block No. four 4 Lots two (2
and fic (5) in Block No. six (fi) Lot three
(3) in Block No. eight 8 Lot five (5 in
Block No. nine (9) Lots four (4) and five (5
seven (37) in the town now city) of Red Wing Lots one 1 and two (2) in Block No. fifteen found in
and running thence Southerly along the line of
Bush street thirty foet (SO), thence westerly.
parallel with Mains*,reetsixty(60) feet thence
Northerly, parallel with Bush street thirty(30)
feet, ann* thence Easterly along the line of Main
street to the place of beginning, according to
the recorded plat of said town (now city), in the
office of the Register of Deeds for Goodhue
(U) Lot four (4). five (5 an. six (6)
Block No. sixtesn (16) L«t four (4) in Block
No. seventeen (17% Lots seven 7) and nine
{9)inRlock No.nineteen (19) Lots one(l
and three (8) in Block No. twenty (20) Lots
four C41 and six (6) in Blcck No. twenty-one
(21) Lot four (4) in Block No. twenty-five
(25) Lots seven (7) and eight (8) in Block
nn
ninety-two and 78-100 ($592.73) dollars an 1 in 9 Lot four 4 Block
tho sum of three hundred and five and 5S-100 «0 fourteen 1 4 Lot eight 8 in Block
($895.59)dollars appears to be now due there- No. thirty-four 3 4 Lot one 1 in Block
N
and.d»]n,rcd.ld.d on the ljthda of J.na, 2 three 3 six 6 seven 7
The North-west quarter of Soction twentv- I p«ii *ccn,.un„'tn. *u. ^^n^^A »L»
twenty-two in Township one handled
P1*1
oleven, Range fifteen." of the Register of Deeds, for
Now therefore notice is hereby given that I Goodhue County Minnesota.
shall on ths 2nd day of August, A. I). 1862,
at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon ot said day at tho
front door of the Conrt House in tho citv of
Red Wing in said Goodhue county. State of
Minnesota, offer for sale at public auction, the
land and premises so levied upon as aforesaid.
and shall then and there strike oft and soli' the Southwes quarter the Northeas
„.,.... *^~^*--rmrr^.^^arrrem
:n
[10] in Block No. fifty-six [56]
Block No
iot one [1 and eight [8 in
city of Red Wing, county of Goodhue and No. thirty-two [321 Lot four [4] in Rlock No. try. And this item alone is worth more
State of Minnesota, on thursday the 17th day of (thirty-three [3*1 Lots three [3]. nine [9] and ievcry farmer in the County than
July, A. 1862,at lOo'clock'in ths forenoon ten [10] in Block No. forty-three [431 Lots one
of said day to satisfy tho amount due on said [lL three [8], six ]d], seven [7] and eight jS] in
mortgage and the indebtedness thereby secured Block No. forty-four [4411 Lots one [1],two [21,
three [31, four [41. five [5] and six in Block
No. forty-five [451 Lots one \l]. three [81 and
four [il in Block No. forty-six [4«] Lot five
[5] in Block No. fifty-five [55] Lots'hree
[3], Five [51, six [81. Eight [8]. nine [9
and ten [10] in Block No. fifty seven [57]
Lots six [6] seven [7], nine [9 and ten
Lots two
[2] and ihreo [3] in" Block No', fifty-eight
[58[ Lits five [5] and six [6] in Block No.
fifty-nine [59] Lots one [1], four [4], five
[5] and seven [7] in Block No. sixtv 60
Lot two [21 in Block No. sixty-one [6i
Lot four [4] in Block sixty two [62]
Lots two -2-, and eight -8 in Block
No. sixty three —03— Lot five [5]
in Block No. sixty-four [64] Lots
four [4|, seven [7], ten" [10 and eleven [11]
in Block sixty-six [66] Lots four [4] and
Block sixtv-eight [68]
cght [8] in Block "seventy.one [71] Lots
two [2], three [3], seven [7] nine [9] and
ten [10] in Block No. seventy-two [721
Lots three [3] and eight [8J in Block No.
seventy three [73] Lots two [2]. seven [7
and nine [9] in B'ock No. seventy-four [74
Lots nine (9) and ten (10) in "Block No".
Seventy six (76) Lots three (3) and four
(4) in Block No. eighty (80) Lot seven(7)
in Block No. eighty-one (81) Lot seven (7)
0
7
at tho city of Albany, the scat of government in Block eighty-six f.86). Lots one (1)
of tho State of New York for ten successive (2) four (4 and six (6 in Block N
weeks, once in each week before such applica- eighty seven (87). Lots two (2). six (C
eight (8 nine (9 and ten (10
seven (7). nin- (9), and ten (10) in Block
eighty eigh'. (88). Lots five (5), and six (0)
in Block No. eighty-nine (89), Lots four (4),
five [5], six [6 and seven [7 in Bio No
ninety-one [91], Lote one [I two [21, three
[3], eight [81 nine [9 and ten ]1] inest
Block No. ninety two [92], Lots three C3)
four (4). live (5), six (6 and seven (7 in
Block No. ninety five 9 5 Lot six 6 in
Block No. ninety-six 9 6 Lot four 4 in
Block No. ninety nine 9 9 all of the fore-,
going last described lots being in the town ^"^'K
W I 9
forty-four 4 4 Lots one 1 two
and 8 in Block No. forty-five 4 5
Lots four 4 and five 5 in Block No
forty six 4 6 all in the town of Cannon
Also the North east quarter of Section
No. eighteen (18). and the South-east quar
ter of Seition No. seven (7) ir. Township
No. one hundred and twelve (112 North
of range No. sexenteen (17) West. Also
KSrwS""rter
said Execution, toother with legal interest and ,, JYefl P» of Section No. four
costs. MARTIN S. CHANDLER,
tcen
IalBBY HOUSE
54«
t, «.. «. AU for PPff.!Three Moot* «kove tfc* B«^M»B River M.andis
Dated Red Wing, MinneeeU, Jaly »th, \H». H. Depot.
nilvii-iw
*"ATER STREET NEW YORK.
S HOTEL 1. Co
3
Goodhue Volunteer.
PUBLISHED AT RED WIKO, GOODHUE COUN
TY, MINNESOTA, EVERT WEDNESDAY.
A E A ALLEN,
PROPRIETORS
TERMS TEB TEAK SINGLE COPT,.
Addresses,
Blanks,
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
8
N
P00of
'W*T1,hte
(14) township No. one hundred and
6heriffC of. Goodhue Co. Minn. twelve (112) North of Range No. eighteen
(18) West. Also the North half of the
55&S2S '.hirw'n
(13) in townshipSo*"
N one hundre5°
ard eleve"
(111) North of range No. eighteen West.
Now. therefore, notice is herebv given that I
shall on the twenty-third [23d] d*ay of August
A. D. is«i.
a
ten [10] o'clock in the forenoon
jof stid day. at the front door of the Count
llonsc in the eirv /f Red Wing in said Good
hue County. State of Minnesota, offer for sale
at pnMsc auction the lands and premises, so
•levied upon as af^resr.id. and I shall then and
a Printine Office.
rv ,«Ti.T ftveavan
a A a for IHaweeea men visiting New York. The
We haveja*t fnrni»hedand opened the Hick»proprietor take* pleaeare in announcing to the anid every care and attention *iii lm
a a a
0 7 1
now accommodate the traveling public. i»ned his iloase. and s* prepared to give the*e
W a a it a whmay tavor him with their patronage the
A COMODIOCS STABLE. 7% &*^ii^t J^™***
MUwaak**- *»A« aeeemmoaaliea efteam*. 4*-«ra IRA A Y* Proprietor
nTSa
s.Es,uns?5*pW**oi•"* wasy'irw
8 ,-vrs'
$1
...ftio
50
5,00
THE VOLUNTEER
is intended to be a
First Class Newspaper,
devoted to the interest of the citizens of Good
hue County. Every issue will contain full
Telegraph Reports
together with a large amount of
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
NEW9
Proceedings of the City Council, County Com
missioners, and of the State Legislature will be
TSS VOLTOTSSR.
In each issue will be given a faithful report of
the condition of the
MARKETS OF RED WING,
and also of all the principal Markets in the coun
to
TWICE THE PRICE OF A PAPER.
0— 0
As an Advertising medium, the VOLUNTEER
CANNOT BE EXCELLED. It has a large and rapid
ly increasing circulation. Its circulation is, to
a great extent, confined to the
Farming Districts,
where the people principally TBADE AT RED
WING. Those wishing to advertise their busi
ness, will do well to patronize
THE VOLUNTEER.
-0--0-
We arc prepared to do any and all kinds of
Plain and Fancy
Job Printing!
JOB TYPE
S
All.Job Work done at this Office will be done
promptly, ».nd is Warranted to give entire sat
isfaction. Vi have constat tly on hand, or will
print to order, all kinds of Legal Blanks,
twoMoitgages,
6
Bills,
Bills of Lading,
Cards,
Catalogues,
Letter Heads,
Pamphlets,
Receipts,
Tickets,
ORDERS raoji E Cor.vTiiY PROMPTLY FILL-
DESCRIPTION OF MORTOAOED PREMISES—The
South west quarte-of Section thirty-four (34)
in Township one hundred and nine(ion) North
of Kansceighteen: 18.1 West.eontaining one hun
dred and sixty (160) acres more or less.
Amonnt claimed to be dae upon the debt ee
cured by said mortgage at the date of this no
tice is the sum of five hundred and seven dol
lars ($507,) and 110 proceedings at law or other
wise have been instituted for the recovery of
the Mid mortgage debt, or any part thereof.
And dean It having been made in the payment
powe"oiLatnn a a a
refitted and firm-*-
jr*-BT*ty.
therewfth reUrHed a S S a a S the
visions of the Statu'teInluch c* made and
A
SIX
'bushel* Navy Beaas imxae
Lick cash will Ve said.
*-—rrr" fl—-. .y...».» ,.,. 1 ».u.. no......i.wy
We have a large and Splendcd Assortment of.over-strung and iron-framed, for 150 dollais
7 oct. do., for 175, *H) an-! 250 dollars. Second
with or without Waiver,
Chattel Mortgages, Deeds,
Bonds, Agreements,
Summons, Executions,
Warrants, Venires,
Subpoena*.
We will print to order on the short*
notice and at the lowest prices,
Books
O a in oN that as in »,'• herwise have W in-
MORTGAGE SALE.
Freeman H. Boothe and Alzina
MORTGAGOR
his wife.
MORTGAGEE—Thomas Hitl.
DATE O» MORTGAGE—March 23d. A. D. 1353
MORTGAGE RECORHEO—March 2»th. A.
1S58, at 8 o'clock A. M, in Book 4 of Mortgages
on pages 291 and :9i in the office of the Refit
ter of Deeds for the county of Goodhue and
Sta'e Minnesota.
ol the said sum of monev claimed to he I .»
as afor«*ai.l.
as aforesaid, notice K«.*w»h» that *nnJd *Bfhn
nnf,~
iJLi,., uEL •!..• £2 1 4
MmM^m^^r^^lT^A^tul''
S S S
reasonaoie BATES.for D. 15!i.
Good stabling team* will be furnished,
every care and attention will be given
both man and bea» 1
Bed Wing, July Sd, 18*1.
lfee
pcebeastat
BUNCH* CO.
DAVID PUCKETT.
Hay Cre^k Hoam%.
mile* from Red Wing, on the Zoasbrma flflV
road. Good aeeomiaodatien*
for
PIANOS, MEJLQJ*L(UIS^~
W
ALEZAXTDSSt OROA.1TS,
Sheet Music, "Music Boohs, Merchan
dise, and all kinds of Musical
Instruments^ at the lowest
possible prices.
The Horace Waters' Modern Improved Over
strung
IRO N A E I A N O S
are justly pronounced by the Press and Music
Makers to be superior Instruments. They are
built of the best and most thoroughly seasoned
materials, and WILL STAND ANV CLIMATE. The
tone is very^ deep, round full and mellow the
touch elastic. Each Piano warranted for three
yearsi Prices from $200 to *700. Second -hand
Pianos at great bargains 25, 40, 50, li'0,115,
150, 160 and 170 dollars. Second-hand Me
lodeons from 30 to 60 dollars.
HORACE WATERS' MELODEONS,
Rosewood Cases, tuned the Equal Tempera
ment, with the Patent Divided Swell and Sole
Stop.
No. 1.—4 octave, scroll legs, from to C, $45
2 4 to 60
rff to 75
3 5
4 5
5 6
6 5
Piano Style, to 100
to 125
twostops,andtwosetsofreeds,150
7._55
and two banks :«f keys, 200
8 5 octave Organ MelodeOns, two
banks of keys, pedal bass, four and
six taps, 250, 275 and 800 dollars.
These Metodeons remain in tunc a long time.
Each Melodeon warranted for three years.
E A E A N ORGA N
Is a reed instrument, corresponding in power
and compass to the ordinary 16 feet pipe Organ.
All who huve tny knowledge of the Piano can
perform upon thisinstrument without difficulty
the key-board being tho same us that ot the
Piano.
In rosewood cases, 5 stops $160
9 185
13 235
13 stops, with percussion 310
13 stops, with percussion, and "'express! jn
a la main," ... ... 375
The wirae, in rosewood cases 425
A liberal discount to Clergymen, Churches,
Sabbath Schools, Lodges, Seminaries and
Teachers. The Trade supplied on the most
liberal terns.
liOUAC E W A E S Agent,
883 Broadwaj New York.
THE DAY SCHOOL BELL.
A
New Singing Book for day schools, called
the Day School Bell, is now ready. It con
tains about 2(J9 of choice Songs, Rounds Cathes,
Duetts, Trios, Quartettsakd Choruses, many
of them written expressly for this work, be
sides 32 pages of the Elements 0! Music. The
Elements are so easy and progressive, that or
dinary teachers will find themselves entirely
successful in instructing even young scholars
to sing correctly and scientifically, while the
tunes and words embrace such a* variety of
lively, attractive and oonl stirring music and
sentiments, that no trouble will be experienced
in inducing all beginners to go on with zeal in
acquiring skill inone 01 the most health-giv
ing, beauty-improving, happihess-yelding and
order-producing exercises of school life. In
simplicity of its elements, in variety and adap
tation of music, and i.i excellence and number
of its songs original, selected and adapted, it „,,„
claims by much to excel all competitors It
for Seminaries, Academics and Public Schools
A few sample pages of the Elements, Tunes
and Songs arc given in a circular send an I
get one. It is compiled !y HORACE WATERS,
anthor of Sabbath School Bells," Nos. 1 and
2, whieh hnve had the enormous sale of 655,'iUU
copies in :JG months. Prices: paper covers, 20
cents, 15 dollars per hundred bound, 8tl cts.
22 dollars per hundred cloth bound, enibots
ed gilt. 40 nts, 3- dollars per hur.dred 25
copies furnished at the 100 price. Mailed free
at the retail price.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
No. 4SI Broadway. New York.
f~(\ PIVNOS.—WAR PRICES.—N
OKJ octave PIANOS, all Round Corn™
hand Turns at irrcat bargains-onefioct. at
dollars one do. Gilbert, 110dollars one§3
0)4 rosewood, l25dol'arB one «%do. Waters,
IG0 dollars one do. l}4. 15 dollars. MELO
DEONS, i)4 oct.. second-hand. 40 dollars oneContaining
5 oct. do., dollar* do. Piano style, 05 dol
lars. Foreign Music at 2 cents a page. Pianist
in attendance to trv new Music
HORACE WATERS, Agent,
No. 481 Broadway.
MORTGAGE SALE.
MOUTGAOOR—Truman Beckwith.
MORTGAGEES—John W. Raskins and Edward
R. Williams, of Astabnla Co., Ohio.
DATE orMORTGAGE- jnl 18th, A. D.1S.V7.
MORTGAGE RECORDED—Angnst loth, 1857, in
Book ?. of Martgase De«ds at pages 214 and
215. in the office of the Vjrister of Deeds for
the county of Goodhue and State of Minneso
ta.
DESCRIPTION or MORTGAGED PREMISES—The
North-east quarter of Section No. (32) thirty
two, in Town-hip Ne.(l9) one hundred and
ni.ic. North ot Kanze No. (17) seventeen West,
containing one hundred and sixtv acres mare
or less.
Amount claimed to bo due upon the debt se
cured by the said mortsrape at the date of this
notice, is the sum of seven hundred and one
dollars and thirty-four cents (§701.04), and no
stituted for the recovery of the said debt se
cured by said mortgaire or any part thereof,
and default having beca made in the payment
a a
debt so secured by said mortgage
and claimed to be due as aforesaid
Notice is hereby given that the said mort
gage will be foreclosed and that the said mort
gaged premises will, by virtue of a power of
sale contianed in said mortgage, and therewith
recorded, and punnant to the Statute in such
case made and providod.be sold at public ven
due to the highest bidder, in front of the Court
House in the city of Red Wing, in said Good
hue county, on the 7th day of August, A.
1882, at 19 o'clock in tWe forenoon of that day.
to satisfy the amount aforesaid, together with
the costs and disbursement** of said sale.
Dated at Mantorville. Minn.. June Kith, 1862
a
J»HN W, IlAShlNSand
EDWARD R. WILLIAMS,
G. B. COOLET, Mortgagees.
Atty for Mortgagees. n4bv6:7w
INSOLVENT* NOTICE.
THE 8TATE OF MINNESOTA,* District Court First
County of Goodhue, Judicial District.
To the creditors of Phineas S. Fish, an insol-
5t ot joxi are hereby notified
O I a a 0
I a I«na a
8
«weojr notified
to
a
M» under and in parw»nce of the
0 1 S 0
tutnte *aeh ase madie1 andI
a S a
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G. B. COOLET A a a of December. A IM», BATIOBAI. «ovaa»iiET at rnuOtt, Woatn!
vilL Mi™ A a a 5 2
mn
BOA..DING by the day or by the week at^ Bated at Bed Wing, Minnesota, Jane«3d eopie* eif
Mf-W E A A E
GEORGE KQSRNER,
Corner *f Broad aaa Haia
RED WrXO, MnrXESOTA.
Knr*
for both maa,g
JiOiS HACK, Proprietor.
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*i fZ A A A COPIES issued the »r*t twelve
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cents, 1* dollar* per hnndreil. Cloth boand 1
embossed gilt, 26 cent*,20 dollars per huadroi.
Bells Kos 1 and 2 bound together, 40 cent*, SO'•
dollars per BBndrod. 20 copies farnished at
the hundred price, boand eeabeaaad
gilt. 50 cent*, 40 dollars per hundred. Mail 4."
posUf free at the retail priee.
HORACE WATER*. rabHsher,
I 1 O
TEvinenroad.
mil** from Bed Wing, tho MaatoT-
Aecommod*tloasfor man *nd beaat ihrauah,
ad at teaeoMMe rste*. Good SiablUki1*2
pknty ©I water.
J. n. BAILEY,
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aeieod *Sr TUB CITY BOO

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