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tor MINNESOTA. County of Goodhue,
ilct Court, Fir*: Judicial Distriet&
N the matter of the nnrdioutioi of laeacj! \y\^
•matte of the application
nn insolvent del
I S eta.
I "«,«""" •y»*wjr \ri SIIU nnpiicuuuni u« ismie conditions of
1 1 6
from Ms debts, pnrsmait the provisions of
Chapter 7» ol the piled statutts of tho State
of Kftfonepota. entitled, belief of insolvent
debtors."
To the creditors of said Isaac Nichols, an in
eolvent debto
Please take notice, that npon readme and
fflingthe petition, schedule, inventory and af
fidavit of Isaac Nichols, a resident of said
county an State, praying to be discharged
from his debt-, pursuant to the provisions of
chapter 7» of the compiled Statutes the State
of Minnesota entitled ••Relief of insolvent
debtors," an order was made on the 261h day
of May, A. i). 186-2. by the Hon. S. Mc
Mil Ian, Judge of the'District Court for the
First Jndicial District of »aid State, requiring
the creditors of said Isaac Nichols to show
cause if any they have, be ore the said Judge,
at the Court House in the city of lied Wing,in
said county, on the 2nd day of December, A D.
1S62, at ten o'clock of that day. why an assign
mentof the said Insolvent's estate should he
not. made, and ho be discharged from hi* debts
pursuant to the said chapter ol the compiled
Statutes, and that notice thereof be given hy
publishing the contents of said order in the
newspaper published in the city o' St. Paul.
Ramsey county, the seat of government of said
State, called the S Paul and in the
"Goodhue Volunteer," a newspaper published
in Ked Wing, in said Goodhue county, and in
the Alhauy Argns." a newspaper published
at the city oi Albany, the seat of government
of the State of New York (or ten successive
weeks, once in each week before pnch applica
tion. Dated at Ked Win£. Goodhue «ounty
Minnesota, this 26th day of Mav. A. E 18(j-2.
M. W. PHELPS,
n47v6:10w Att'y for said Insolvent.
INSOLVENT NOTICE.
THESTATKOK MINNESOTA,I District Court First
Couuty of Goodhue. Judicial District.
To the creditors of Phineas S. Fish, an insol
vent debtor,
O and each of you arc hereby notified
that in the matter of the p-tition of
Phinoas S. Fish of saiJ county, an Insolvent
Debtor, praying for a discharge from his debts
and liabilities, under and in pursuance of the
provisions of chapter 7U of tile coin piled Stat
utes of the State of Minnesota, entitled, Re
lief of insolvent Debtors." an order was made
on the twenty-seventh (-7th day of March.
A. 1). 1S6-3, by thu Hon. S. R" McMillan,
Judge Of said ('on for said District, requir
ing tho creditors of said Fish to show cause if
any they have, bctore the said Court on the
first day ol the General Term thereof to be
held in said County of Goodhue, on tho first
lies lay (-id day of December. A. D. Ifi2.
why an assignment the estate of said in
solvent should not be made and he be diseharg
eo from his debts, us prayed for in said peti
tion and that notice of the contents ot said
Order be published once in each w«*ekforten
successive weeks in the Saint Paul Journal, a
newspaper printed at tho scat of government
in said S'.atc. and also in the Goodhue Volun
teer, a newspaper printed in said County of
Goodhue. WILDER & WJLLLSTON,
Att'ys for Insolvent
Dated at Red Wing, Minnesota,.I line 2-'!d, A
D. 16(12. n4Sv6:llw
EXCELSIOR
Burr Stone Mils,
(EOll FARMEUS AND MILLEKS.)
AND
A 1 E S I O N
HORSE POWERS.
Took TEN FIRST PREMIUM? at WESTERN
STATE Famslast year, and are justly considered
superior to all otbwrs. The Mill may bu driven
by h'irie. water or ntr-im p'ttrer. docs its work
ns -well PS the flat stone n'ills in milling osf-ah
lislinieirs.and reqt.iri butoNE-HAi.K the Pow£it
to djivo the JnrgKSt sizes. They arc very com
pact, perfectly simple, and for farm use will
last THIRT YEARS, and COST NOTHING for
repairs.
I O E S 1 O O, *Uf, ,t s)i7n.
Flour Bolt for smallest Mill. *."0 ext a.
THE HOUSE POWER
Has proved itself to bo llvj best ever invented.
The friction is reduced by IRO'S FALLS.so
arranged in all the bean gs. that the whd«
weiirlu ol the canting* runs upon them. Til 1! KE
POUNDS DRAUGHT, at the end or' ten feet
lever, will keep the power in motion. Thus per
mitting the KNTIIIK STRENO II of the horses to
be used on the ma-hhie to be driven. ONE
IIORSK will do as much work on this power, as
TWO on the endless Chain Power. II' IS POR
TABLE? un I may I u.ed IN THE FIELD as well
is in the house. More than T.VRNfY-FIVE
PER CENT of hoi so fle-h is saved over any
other power in use. It is simple in construc
tion, and not liable to get out of order.
Rrieo of power foi 1 to 4 horses. £125
Price of power for I to 8 horse*. £l"
THE $12" rowEi: wir.i, DRIVE ANY THRESHING
MACHINE. EVERY MAOIINE IS OUARA\TEVI TO
GITK SATISFACTION, «K THE SLO.VKY WILL 1IE 1IE
MNDLO.
REFEKEMCES,
K. Wll TSlY,
J. .1. SMITH,
EMKUT & Co.,
({. PUASTBR Co.-.
HKNHY lAKI.INO,
N II. II.0IIS1EI.LKK.
MoseiiLKit,
Supt. «t i:.th St. Pass. R. R. Co.
Cl.osTER, N. J., Jau.ju lSt2.
MISSKS. BENNVT BROTHERS. OBNTV.—I am
very much ploasod with tho Power. It runs
easier than any odier Tower in this vicinity
mil w'nh the same horses will do nearly.'or
quite rw-ieo ns much work. 1 run my Thresher
at 1.5"« rovolutions per minute and a 84 inch
Cross-cut Suv at l.JUO revolttttons.
Yours truly, PETER WHITE
HTOit nil Orders Rrceivetl before Oct.
1I. 1S6^, the Freight, will be Prepaid to
t'hic«Kii or any other Point ou Luke
SlU'higrtu.
tW Lihcral discount to dealers Agents
wanted. State. County and Shop Rights for sale.
For further information send stamp for Il
lustrated Circulars
BENNET BROTHERS.
42 and 44 tirecno St., New York.
n53v6:3iu
Wo havojust furnished and
man llouso,
now novum
We have just built
A CU.M.HOIHOUS S A
er the acc«rauiodution of teams. 3-n
Bailey House.
TEvillmilos
lie-
N from Re Wing, on the Mantor.
a road.
Aoeonunodations for man and beast furnish
ad at iea»onable rates. Good Subfiug and
plenty of wat»r.
J. BAILEY. Proprietor.
°y*» nvft-nt0:ly
L1BBY 3HOTJdBT
NOS S4 S S W A 8 S
a a
0
wh .may favor him witf, tkeir patrona** the
«*U
„,.„. ,1^,„ ,_„ „y!T,$,r,,^:. ^_ .„i£^nv.
MORT0AG^SALE.
E 9
re aoHii* nbivr he on iv «o»-therefore, notice is hereby given, rnati
tttput. by virtue *f the re of aide in said roort
a III.T*, jg^geeontaiiwd. and reeonled tiierewub.and
a HOTEL ra l.'NvtMEXTt.T StTrATKo V"r«*ianttothotarnteinar.fh easetewiean
*j5L-!l
Board %\0i per dav.
IRA A LIBBV, Proprietor.
•*-nr:ly^
»T«?a
ttilM froaa Red inf, on the Eembrou
C^road. tteodareontwpdaU^Hilbr both man
jaiWtaet At r«aaea«bl« rate*.
lue
bbeen
against
Groen Ray. Wis.sig-nnent
Ripon,
(')iicago III.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
\S caversvillc. Mich.
Shanesville. Ohio.
Mount Eaton,
Philadelphia, I'enn.
Gr.tT.— With two hoisos on your Anti-frie
tlon Power, we drive your No. I Mi 1. grind
ing 15 3CSIIKLSOF0ORN PER llOCU.atld CU' alurgO
quantity ol hay ar thes.nno time.. I hav. never
scon a power that runs with little MeUon.
nnd consequently wi so little strain upon the
horsos, w. p. c»»oPEtt,
made in the
Perry, of Herkimer county, in the "State of New
York, mortgagee, which said mortgage deed
bears date on the 5th day *f January. A. D.
1558i undduly aeknowledeod. was duly'record
ed in the otllee of tho RegistJr of Deeds, in and
for said Goodhue county, Minnesota, on the
30th day of June, 1853, at -9 o'clock A. M. of
that day. in book 4 of mortgages, 'dtr pages 607
and 60S which said'mortgage Was given to se
ct,re the payment Of a certain promiss ry note
for t'-e sum of &77-S.72, made by tho said John
F. Bradford and William S. Combs, and bear
ing date the 26th day of December. 1*57, and
payable April 1st. 185S, with interest at tho
rate ree per cent per month. a.id after ma
turity at the rate otflve percent per month till
paid and which said mortgage, together with]
said promissory note WHS on tha 2 day of
June, 1S5', duly assigned, transferred and'set
over by the said Stuart Perry.by W. L. Wilson,
his Attorney in fact, to If. iloblitzell. who
is now the owner nnd holder of said rrote and
mortgage, which said assignment was duly
acknowledged and rocorr'e I in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said county of
Goodhue, on the Ilth day of March, 1S1, at 9
o'clock A. M. of that day in the 2nd book of
miscellany records on page 4S2.
And whereas there is now claimed to b-» due
and is due npon said note and mortgage in
principal and interest, at the time of the date
of this notice the sum of one hundred and
ninety-six dollars and forty-three tents ($19S
And whereas said mortgage contains a power
of sale authorizing tho said mortgagee or his
assigns, iu case default be made in the paj ment
of said sum of $778.72 or the interest or any
part thereof according to the conditions of said
promissory note, to sell the p-emises hereinaf
ter described and no suit or proceedings at
law having been instituted to recover said debt
or auv part thereof.
Now. therefur. notice is hereby given that by
virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in such
case made and provided, tho said mortgage
premises which are described in said mortgage
»n follows, viz The equal undivided half of
lot four (4 in section seven (7 township one
hundred and twelve (. 112) rangeseyenteen.( 17
west, containing thirty (30) aeros more or less
according to the government survey thereof,
lying ai.d being in the county of Goodhue and
Territory (now State) of Minnesota, will be
sol I at public auction to the highest bidder hy
theSlieritf of said county of Goodhue at the front
door of the Court House, in the City of Red
Wing, in said county of" Goodhue and State ot
Minnesota, on Thursday ..the 2d day ot Octob r.
l.-ii)2. at 10 o'clock in tlie forenoon of that day,
to satis the amount due on said note mid
mortgage and the disbursements, allowed bv
law. St. Paul, August 2Jtk. 1SV2.
Lydia Ann iilaekmdr,
Deiendant.
To tho defendant in the above entitled ac
tion In the name of the Sta'e of Minnesota,
you are hereby summoned and reipiiiedto an
swer the com plaint cf the plahitiffin the above
entitled action, whioh said complaint has been
tiled in the office of the Clerk of said Court,
and is now on file in sai I office, and to serve a
copy of your answer to said eomplaint upon
the subscriber, at his office in the city of Red
Whig in said county, within thirty days after
the service this summons upon vou. exclu
sive of the day of such service: and if yon
lail to answer said mplaint within the time
•Aforesaid, th plaintiff in this action will a-
ply to the Court for the relier demanded in
said compliant. JAMES H. PARKER.
Freeborn an Insolvent Jobtor.foradis.hargo
from his debts, pursuant to the pro\isions
ol Chapter V'J of the compiled statute* of the
State of Minnesota, entitled, '-Relief of in
solvent debtors."
To the creditors oi said William Fi
insolvent deb'or
First Judicial District of said Stato, rcquirin
the creditors of said William Froeboyn to show
cause if an they have, betdre the said Jud"-e
at the Court House in thecity of Red Wuig.
publish ng the contents ot said order in th
successive weeks, once in each week before such,
application.
Dated at Red W'ing, Goodhtio county
nesota this atlth day of July, D. tS»3
n4v7:10w
cents (S2tf7.,J7,i. which amount is claimed to be
dne, and ia due, at the date of this notice,
upon a certain mortgage dee I hearing date and
made, executed anddeliveedby JohnF.'Brad-1 trict Court for the 1st Judicial District in and
ford, ot Ramsey County, in the'then Territory. Kur Goodhue County arid State of Minnesota,
(now State) Minnesota, mortgagor, to Stuart hy the'Clerk \fJ«"d Court, on the 25th day ol
J. II. HOBLETZELL,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
CROOKKR & DANIELS,
Atty's for Assign.e.
no216 no4v7w7
SUMMONS.
STATE or MINNESOTA, First Judicial District,
District Court, County ot Goodhue.
Lovander Fuller Blackincr.
Plain tiff,
Inly oxc utol. acknowlcdsred and delivered on
medate the traveling public. E**t oae-hali of the £outh-w.«st onart^r ot
having been iuatttuted to recover W amount
cither of principal or interest, and n, part of
•besame haviiM t^sen collected or paid.except
f!^* dollar* which was paid
STREET NEW O E thereon e= the gSth day of April. A. D. \Ui
»«siUag New York, The,» ^ed.*«d mortgage will Vmx|wed.*nd
Ifonnetor take* pleasure in announcing to premis^» therein described wif! be at»M »t:
jjttbdedthat he has recently reftwed and rum [V?™"-' auction by th** Sheriff of aaid Goodhue
ttned hts House, aud prepared to {rive
0 0
A
epmfort«__|a home, while .cijournlnf in the S »_Jfw of *he Court a W
J*
J*a« UACK,Propriet«.
Thursday the Ith 4mv or Septero-
l»«4.at ioVkiek v.lot .aid day.
««f»fy .the amount I on aaid mortsace
«i*6t witk the eo»u and of ante.
Dated at Ked WU*, A a «tfc. A. D. t«*
SARAll J. SALMON.
fi™_» Mor^aaw.
At- tor Mortfafee. KtiVJw
SHERIFFS SALfc UXDEREXECUTION.
TT/NDER and. b-y virtue of an Execution is-
haa niju
certain mortgage dfefl \*-J sued out ot and unri^r the seal of the Dis
June, A. D. 1S62. on a Judgment tendered ii
said Court on the 11th day of September, A.
185*?, wherein James Lawther was plaintiff,
and William Freeborn wa» Defendant, in favor
fsaid plainthl, and against said defendant,
for the sum of one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-six and 90-100'("§ls76.9«) dolkw» w1ijch
..aid Execution was to me directed and deli v-cf*
cd, 1 have on this ninth day of Jnly^ A.
1SiJ'2, levied upon the following described Real
Estate, as tho property of the said William
Freeborn,lying--*na being in Goo Ihue conntv,
and State of Minnesota, to wit: Lot No. three
fft) of Section No. six (6) in Township fjo. one
hundred and thirteen (113)North of Range
No. fifteen (-T5J) West, all that part of Block
No. nine (S) in Freeborn & Co Addition to
the town of Red Wing, lyingNoitjh of the ste
tion line between Sections No.'- thirty (-SO) and
thirty-ore (31) in -Township No. one hundred
and 'thirteen (113) North of Range No. four
teen (14) West Lot No. two (2) in Block No.
sixteen (16) in the town (now city) of Red
No. six (6) in Freeborn fe Co.'s Addition to
Red W ing, that lies North of the Section line
according to the'recorded plat of said Town of
Red Wing and Additions, in the office of the
Register oT Deeds for Goodhue County. Min
nesota Lots No two ('.), tour (4), five (5),
six (6) and seven it) in Block No. two (2)
Lots one I) two (2), three (3) seven (7) and
eight (SI in Block No. tour (4 Lots two (2)
and fi.e in Block No. six rfi) Lot three
.'3) in Block 7*0. eight 8 Lot five (5) in
Lot four
[4-,
Att'y foD-Pl'ff.
Dated Red Wing, Minnesota, July-Hth, 18t2.
h5tv«-Tw
E STATE or MINNESOTA, County of Good
hue, District Court, Firs: Judicial District.
I N tli2 matter of the application of Willi.-,rr.
N
0
Min-
WM. W.AP.KLPS,
Att'y for said Insolvent.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
W payment "of the"sum of two"'hundre"L3oo^h,,e Courity Mipn«'Sofa.
and ninety-seven do'-lars an-l twenty-seven Also the Xorth east quarter of Section
Xo. eighteen (18). and the 8inh e*-t quar
WHEREAS, default has been made in the
the"eighth dhy of October, A 'J."\s&\" by range No. se\enteen (17 Wet. Al
Sophiah llalluway and Jesse Halfaway, henthe S wast quarter of tha XactKeasI
hnsoand. otGooiIhne County. Minne^ita. to quarter, and the Snii e*'* nnaffer of 'he
ciru Niiiit'ii ot tho same place, which V.inK w». ^..~^~. „r a »,:
a in
i'*' fe
isterot Dccdso said G-odhne County. *n the
S.rahoJ
nion. her heirs amdi assim«. in
just furnished and opened the Hick jiiigdescrilxvl lan and premises, situate and I thcr.fbre.noticois hcrehy ?ivf»n that I
form.rlv the Hack House,and can b«ing in said Goodhue County, tc wit "1 he r^*
mentof uccrtntK promissory note execute*! and
months after (lie date thereof to said"Sarah
Rh-ck sixtv two [62],
2 and ei
Lot tw 2
an—0:—
eight
(4) in Block Xo. eighty (80) Lot seven(7)
in B'ock Xo. e»ght#one (81) L')t seven (7)1
in Blitck Xo. eighty two (82) Lot seven (7}
in Block Xo. eighty three (83) Lots eight
(8) nine (9) and ten (10) in Block. NoJ
„. ]«!:li'ySmr (84) Lots eight (S) andninej
i(9)in Block Xo. eighty-five (85): Lots three
an'
ia
said ijounty on the 2nd day of De ember, A.
D. Ht2,at id o'clock of that day. v/iiv an as
of the said Insolvents" est it'e slio hi
bo not made, and he be discharged from his debts Block
pursuant to the »aid chapter of tlie cwmp led
statutes, an-l fiat notice thereof ho givwn hy
Block Xo
n"
one [01], Loto one [f] two [2] three
[3], eight [8], nine [9J and ten ]1'] jr, St n»l i*-»- mu
No.. ninety two r:)2]. Lots three '3 A1(
Black No ninety two [02] Lot three*'3)V
1 Aildfesses
four (4). five (5), six and seven (7) in [Jhmks,
Work Xo. ninety five -93-. Lot six -G- in lJj'il Htafls
ninety six -0G-, Ii0t four -.1- inl^j,.^,,^
ninety nine -9!)-. all of the fore
described lots lining in the town
in]U
newspaper published in the city of St. Paul.!«hereof inth office of toe Register of Deeds
Ramsey county, tho seat of government ot said for Goodhue County, State of .Minnesota
M#to. called St. Paul re and in the!Also the following, to it Lo nine 9 in
y* odliHc oJuiiteer." a newspaper published in, „i, v- .*.
in Red Wing.n said Goodhue Count v..for en
«'"?-9- Lot four 4 in Block
*een I Lot
eighte
W
of said morUra*e dcht. or any part thereof' MARTIN S. CB NILER.
T«tf»cH* CO.
8
iin
S.G- I and eleven
fee. th follow ^ortJh o/,range Xohundred
eighteen W et
an
A
Block
Xo. thirty-four- -31- Lot on 1 Block
Xo. forty-four -41- I^ots one 1 two
—2— three 3 six -G-, seven -7
and eight 8 in Block Xo forty five -45
L»ts four 4 and five 5 in Block No.
forty six -46-, all in I he town of Cannon
Falls according fothe recorded plat ihereol
in the office of the R-igister of Deeds, for
of Su lion Xo seven (7
Xo. one hundrod an twclv? (112 Xorth
1 1
twuntietlf(30)day of February. A. I). 4 Xort of Ringe Xo. eighteen
five ,5) o'clock, r. it., in book seven (7 ot (18 West. Also the Xorth half of the
Mort^ajre De«lh pn p»ge 8»*. and corer *nd Xort east a of Section Xo thirteen
'•oneystrora*aid 8ophiahiIallawav.andJesse!/iiN „.„.!,
llallaway her husband, to saic
l" township No. one hundred and
*entv-th rd 12^1] d'nv of Aujr
»*-'. at. ten [lOl'b'elocfe in he foreni
re 1 1
d.hved bysaidJe*se llalliwav. and bearing Iu»t*3rtt"t which the *«i 1 Willism Freeborn had
date with said morttrage. for tho sum ofi" ™*i September. A. T). H5«. or
throe hundred dollars fStNi.)and nara six
rhlll!
»«-l strike od all the ri?ht. title and
s»n*e
a 6 5
Salmon, or bearer, with interest. bidder for ca-h. or so much thereof aaj-y,
No anit or proceedings at law or otherwise I""*
51
had in and to the lands
levied upon as aforesaid, to the
ne-esary to satis'y said execution
le?a interest and eo.»t«.
Shenff of Goodhue County, Minn.
A E S LAWTH»R, Attorneri f-etton.
bated at Red Wing, Minn.. Jul 9. Is**.
HQ *v»» :7w
C0SEL BETCBER,
Manufacturers of and dealers in
Shingles,
AND LATH,
O S a Lamberjar
Comer ef a Brmmt Street*.
SAWING. PLAR1NG, MATCHING,
to etder at est Steam RBI.
•IM 3foT.l*,fl:ly
PUBLISHED AT RBD WIHO, GOODHUE COUN
TY, MINNESOTA, EVEKY WEDNESDAT.
J. II. A E
Wing all of Block No nineteen (19) in Free
dom's Addition to Red Wing, and that part of
ots No. thrae (3) and four (4) in Block No.
six(6) in Freeborn fe Co.'s Addition to Red
Wing, that lies North of the section line be
tween Sections No. thirty (30) and thirty-one devoted to the interest of the citizens of Good
(31.) and now platted and recorded as Van- -hue Couuty. Every issue will contain fall
denbergh's Subdivision of that part of Block
PROPRIETOR.
TERMS E E A SiwotE O •$1.50
gl5,00
Telegraph
md five
7)i Block
BlocV No. nineCP) Lot- t'o ir.'4)
in Block Nnf. 0 Lot sc\en
No. thirteen (18) Lo
3 an I ten (\0) in Wock
Lots one (1 and two 2) in Block No. fi'"teon
il.»)| Lots four (4). five (5) and six (d) in
Bloc-k No. sixteon ("If,) L«t four 4) in Block
No. seventeen (17i Lots seven 7) and nine
^'0)in Block No. nine-eon (19) Lots
and three '3) in Block No. twenty (20 will be given a faithful report of
four (4^ and six in Block No.* twenty-one! condition of the
2 1 Lot four in Block No. twenty-five
(25) Lots seven (7) and 8 in Block
No. twenty-seven (.27) Lot four Block Ts'o.
twenty-eight (%28) Lot one (l in Block No.
twenty nine (29) Lot one [1] in Block No.
thirtv f:!(i) Lots one fl] and eight [S] in Block
No. thirty-two [32.1 l^t four [4] in Block No.
thirty-three [83] Lots threo [31. nine [9] and
ten [l'»] Block No. forty-three [48] Lots one
three [3]. six ]$]. seven [7] and eight i^J in
Block No. forty four [441 Lots one [1], two [2].
r.hree [3], four [4], rive jo] and six 0 in Block
No. forty-five [45] Lots one [1]. three [3] and
tour [i] in Block No. fortv-six [f-i'l Lot fiv
six R), seven (7). nine Proceedings of the City Council. County Co
No. fourteen (14) missioncrs, and of the State Legislature will
found1 iin
[58[ it five [5 and six [0 in Block No.
fifty-nine [59] Lots one 111, four [41 live
[61 and seven [71 in Block S sixtv 00 principally TRADB AT Ur
ro Vi XT r/.--. W I N O. I hose wishing to advertise their busi
Lot two [21 in Block No. [6
8 0
ifive
Block
L5]
Xo.s sixto thre,e Lo8
in Block No. sixty-four [64]
four [41, seven [7], ten [10 ind eleven
in Block sixty six [66] Lots four [4] and
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tains about -ii.9 of rhoioe Songs. Rounds Cathes,
'ctts, Trios. Ciuirtettsahd Choruses, liiuuv
item alone ,s worth more to of them written expressly for this work, be
sides .ii pages of the Elements oi Music. The
Elements are so easy and progressive, that or
dinary teachers will rind themselves entirely
successful in instructing even young scholars
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tunes and words embrace su- a varictv ol
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Seminaries, Academies and Pu'dic -Schools.
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getotie. Itiscompilcd hy HOKACK WATERS,
author of "Sabbat School Bells.".
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A Penny for voir Thoughts.'
True to Thee.
1
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The Chicago Journal, nrst established to ad
vocate the election of Henry Clay. has follow
ed the principles, of the old W|» ig ,p«rty into
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Uni«n it wilL, a? it ever has, opppse public
fraud. corruption, and the enemies ol thou'rtion.
It will advocate the protection of the property
of loyjvl Union men, in every, partof the Union,
and will do all in its power to assist in crushing
out the canselojBa rebellion-, which has called
half a million of armed men into the field, to
defend the Stars and Stripes.
But the newspaper reading public of the
West. kn«w too well what*he Chicago-Evenings
Journal is. to be-told of It. I», is on neces
sary to say that it now has facilities for giving
TH E EST NEWS, that it has never en
joyed hefore. and-that its editorial and repor
torial force will'he increased to an extent that
win rants us in promising as able and good a
general newspaper, as i*. or can be^published
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two
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These Melodeons remain in tune a long time.
Each Melddeon. WATranted for three vcars
ISSIJIKNTS shall he more full than in years past, in
285 proportion as tdiese interests increase iu ex
310 tent and importan.-e. -!.
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ever issno'I init. our clnins to an' intelligent people, for
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mi:
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HORACE WATERS, Publisher.
No. 431 Broadway. New York.
N E W S I S I
VOCAI-.
I will he
I Dream oi my
Mother and
Lizzie Dies
the Green.'
and 'Wh have my Loved Ones Gone.'' hvjeveniiigs. an 1 contains the news in the Di
Stephen 0. Foster. S«»ng oi the ('••iilrabaiids.|of those ila.-s.—at $.4 per annum. &2
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Monr with parody on the same Ple-is'nnt each. Clubs of |n. at h:
Words lor all.'son-.'smd ch iru-. bv Ro'v-rt.s |-,?3 \i:. Clinbs of 50 atif
Rock me to Steep. Mother.'by Kane O'Don
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Kla* of our Union Forcv, What they dol f*'1,1 '.""-'
at the Snrn.gs.'OnarlesTrcni,in The
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tific Froff.' Ambuiil The Girls tire not so
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P)PIE is-md the first twelve ing stories of wisdom: romance, art poetry
months of its publication* It is, and genial humor and its praise is
an entire new r' tb nearly .' O^ftges. Many 'Fainiiari tlvir mouth, ashou-cho'd worl."
of the tunes an Hymn* were written express'- The noble patiiot-soldi in his tcn too. bus
ly tor this v-duinc. t? will soon bo a-*poj»nlir wbiled awty the tedium of camp life in he
asits pre'd&cfesbor Bell No. 1. whi-h inn ab*«rbiug review of its
iiptotheonormon numher of 37. .0 W f-opies I I A N O N S
findinjT inrhton a 'H*eiiit,Mn.r tiieiftal dis'ipJinci
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So. 431 Proatfway.
irnl Cb»i a, -J'^hall we Know Ea b*Uher P»n the ifMatent of \im-r 4-auaninn.
There By tee' Rev. Lowrr. aatbor of
Mr
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EveniniooilaBlo
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political eharac
be. as it always has been., fully up
with the demands of the times—conservative
in spirit, bold in expression, and firm in the
support of RIGHT PRINCIPLES AND MEASURES.
opposing wnong in a I its onus, and coming
out fearlessly in maintenance P^tjhe cause of
.justice ahd the people, as opposWttrtnia mach
inations and trigues o! arrogance, cliques
and corrupt combinations (or the aggrandize
ment oi aniiyiti«iis men or special interests, at
the expense of-the publie'{welfare, it wiB at the
same time discius all sudjccts and questions of
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ly, and giv-jasfiill and «omprehandve an ab
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ias can be cnowde 1 into j.t? columns.
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OverA.»?.J8a^rvV/ew
Katranee 46 CMrk
VXTTS are now introducing to the pablic tr
Newly Invented and BoeenUv Patented
Sewing Machine, the inventor of which has
discarded entirely nse of a and
the application of KBTW coiftrtwATTOH id mfc
chanics, has accomplished r«sult« beretofpr«
linatttuned by any inventor, and produced a
Machine capabh* of at a range ©t *6¥1L
as any other Machine in market, aftd better
adapted t^ the wants of the community, as
has. comb'med, to a greater extent than in any
other -patent, E A N E S S WITB E E
DURABILITT with S I I a Noi*'4B*nnesJl
of Action, tn a degree not approached%j a
other Machine OCT Machines are 0
Licencedby Ellas How and Associate*
And are manufactured at the well known e»-»
tabHsbment', of Miles Greenwood, ot. Cincin
nati, Ohio. Machines. are put up-o plais
cables, iii half case or in "frill cabinet, in WaV*
nnt, Mahogany and Rosewood. \1 $cd
:. y.-OPflceit from to 0 0 I
CP~On Machines make the Lootf
Stich." which is preferable for family ns« to*
the '-Shuttle Mich," or '•^Wheeler & Wilson**
Stich," as iti a sometimes.cilled—..a ...,,r
1. Bee nse it is stronger and thore durable.-.
2. Because its right or face side is incompJir
ably handsomer than that pf.the lock-stieby
while the reverse is fully as handsome Ss th
reverse of that. .' :umiV/
3. Because it is elastic, yielding OT givinjf
with the material sewed. The loct-stitenl
non-elastic and non-yielding. 'i'ltc ion tub"
4. Because it is a. last stich and will not Tift
though every fourth stich fs cut.
stitch will rip if once "broken.
b. Because, while it is a fast stich, it is'Also
susceptible of being taken out with great facilr
ity. in ca^e it, is required, aslnaltering gttrnielftr*
fi. Our machines will run/gather fall hem,
tuck and enibroider,.and will do all that other
machines do. .q«
All machines wan anted, and kept in repair
one year without charge..
We are also sole agents tor the Sale intfJe
Western nud North-westdrn-Ftates, of -'if
BLAKE & JOUXSON'S -,
I a Itijiht Sid in
E $ 3 0 0
Its ready application to any kind of machine,
new or old. maknig it altogether the most
complete llenimer over yet offered. It ttirfls
the hcmunder.iitul pla^-es the fair stitch on the
right side of he cloth.
Persons in the country"by sending us their
address, iuclosiug a letter stamp,can have ono
of our circulars, list of prices, und" sample of
work.
AGENTS WANTE TIIROUGOUT
WEST.
WI S WAL A AW,
Late ot and Sncicsj»ors of
E. liiehaids & Co,
Aoents for Illinois, "Wisconsin, Iowa..and
Minnesota.
Addre-s all letters to the 'M'hicago Sawing
Machine Co., (. Box 3982,Chicago, Illinois,
CIIAS. £. WbWILt JOHM W. TA1*PAN.
SING Eli & CO'/S
A I
**j^.ff
S E W 1 A I I I E
WII.II AT,f, THE KKCENT IMPKOVEMHlTS,
[RofthallBEST
and CHEAPEST and MOST BKACTirro
Scwuig Machines. This Machine will
sew anything, from tl running of a tuck in
Tarlctan to the making of an Overcoat --arfy
thing from Pilot ot Beaver Cloth doa*n to the
softest Gause or Gossamer Tissue, an is ever
ready do its work to perfection. It can foil,
hem, bind, gather, tuck, quilt, and has capacity
for a f/reaE variety of ornamental work. ^I'liis
is not the only machine that can fell, htm, bind,
and so forth, but it will do so bet CT than any
other machine. The Letter A Family Sew
iii2 Machine may be had in a great variety of
cul). net eases. Th Folding Case, which I'STYJW
becoming so poj»ilnr, is, its mime implies,
*ne thatcsinhe folded into a box or case, which,
wjjen opened, makes a beautiful, substantial,
and spauious tablo for the work to rost.upon.
The cast's mc ol every imvginnblfi desigji—
plain as the wood grew in its "native fore.«t, or
I'luhs of -o at »t eUboriUal5 finished, as art can make-UuMi.
Clubo ol -0, at Scut, for a coj.yof.SiNGKi:^ Co.'s GAZKTTt."
I. HINGKU & CO.,
458 Broadway, N.» -Y{
M.v.-h
.- 5'i pe'r annum Clubs of and up
wards. $1 pci*. annum, in club.of *2H or more,
the iretter up of the club is entitled to a copy.
"c Iiopo'th3 patron*'of the Journal will aid
us in extending its weekly circulation at the
abijv-,. |oiy. price,
Terms puy«d le in a a
Address, JOHN WILSON. Publisher
Milwaukee OIHcc, 17 Ncwhali Ilou^v.
Chicago OlUce. Clark Street.
HENRY MORKIK,""
U41v6 Agent in St. Paul.
MESEROLK 0i McLAREN,
Agents in Red Wing.
,|
La Cros^G Milir nkoe Hallroul.
With its connections, fbrnis 'the-shortest
qni'.kest, una only direct route to
Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, JPits
bury, Tdedo, JVino York, Boston^
and all points East and South.
One of the eiiloidid United States mnfl «tcnm
crs Northern Hel e, Keokuk and Moses M'Lel
lan. will leave .St. Paul daily at S A. M., from
wharf-boat, foot oI Sibley street, connecting
at La Crosse next mornit.g(Sundays excepted)
after breakfast with the 6 A. train* Wrijtviig1
ai Minnesota unction 12 05 p. u.. in Milwiakco
at 2.S" tlie same afternoon, and in CKfengo at
(i same evening, in time to connect 4»ith .all
Eastern and Southern trains.
Tiiis the only route by which passcrigt rK
are sure of making connections in Miiwuukce
or Chicago, the next evening after leaving,6t.
Paul.
Bagsrag^ checked through. I
ASK FOR TICKETS VI A EA CROSSE.
For through tickets to all points East ami
South, apply to MESEBCLZ At MeLARKN,
Bed W in
II. T. RI'MSKV, La Crosse.
K. IL GOODRICH. Manager, Milwaukee.
.1. KIMBALL. Gen. Ticket Ag"t .Mi!w1»'nkce.
W. W. WIUJOX. Gen. Passenger Ag'tSf.l'au,
Chicago, Prairie Dn Chien
AND
ST. PAUL RAILWAY LINE.
MOST DIRECT ROTTE
FROM ALL'POINTS IN
7 3 1 0
N
HI
TO^
1
CIIICA(iO, AULWAUKEE,
AND ALL POINTS
Eas a «outti.
to
The ad vontajrcf of thi^ route. 0nF*H$\o\at+
on tb« L'p|ier MieaiMippJ to Chicago- MIKI the
Kant, are mipc*ior to th^e offvied by any com
peting Line. -i -j,
Novb,-.iige# of Carni- made betweenjTrairi
du CbieH nnd Cnh5»ge.
The Splendid rii^t Claw Sieaincf« of the
Prairie d« Chien and St. Pan! Pa*ket* Line.
Mi|H-rior to all other* on the Upper Miaaikoippi.
tor »peet: comfort and eonveuicnto. make di
r-ct Minaection with Expreaa Train.at Prairie
du'hien.
By this route, pawengemar^ enabled tp -each
Chicago as quick an »y any other getting a
full night1* rent un-t breakfa*t. on board the
Steamer/ making the.ehemte. frem#t4aincr»
to Car* by daylight, and avoiding alLlUfenibue
travel.
The dj*tanee from St. Paiii to ffticago by
tfab' r«n«fa'4«i tni\e:JTn7mati%if via the
hi Oro*ee«d HiwtuK^'Htntbdi -4tiimU^.
Over one mile o» Omni one Travel incurred
by taking the route via La Crowe and Milwau
kee.
Theaj &<St« entitle thbiTiae to »t1ea»t »m
ee.nal •bsreof the Worth:
wefd«ril:buAm**.
O.N.IILBBKU4 'W**\ BACON,
*e*tern Traveling «eneralTieket
Agent. a Agent, MH#aukec_
u. c. uorwhOin^co.,
AgenU, Ked ff'm&
m**tf.
Strewed*
QvsATxe from the ««b*crib«r Bed
O oreboottbel»tia»t.,el*rfe Weekeow. with
•MMpIe hunu, rediab thee e*d e*e«t •!«:t
yewa old. Acy peraoa hewill MilJ eow
orgife irtfcrmation wheee^ehmvh. km*i,
wlri heraitablyrtmmriof
J^J^Wrngfliiy
HI u. .uniiii iiamaieieaiWiiiViiiii a.iuia.iiia.
JtmrnmiMmMmtiitim
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