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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
HOM COLUMN.
RED WING, NOVEMBER oth, 1S62.
away from the office, that the paper
comes out this week very short of
news. It is not often that we have
occasion to apologize for the scaly
appearance of the Volunteer, so we
trust our friends will excuse us.
THANKSGIVING.—The Governor, by
his proclamation, appointed Thursday
the 27th day of the present month, of
November, as a day of public Thanks
giving. Let the day be observed with
suitable and appropriate ceremonies,
for it is meet and proper that for theand
bountiful mercies wherewith we as a
people have been blessed, we should
give thanks to Almighty God.
FUOM: the report of the military
agent of the State, to Gov. Ramsey,
we learn that Daniel Heald of this
place, now a member of Company A,
Second Regiment of Sharp Shooters,
is now siek in the hospital at Philadel
phia. The report simply says, of dis
ease of the head.
CHILDREN'S CONCERT.—On Friday
evening, the 7th inst., Mrs. Foot pro
poses to give a concert at the Court
House. For along time she has been
training her class, and the lovers of
vocal music mav reasonably expect a
treat. So let them all rally at the
Court House in season on that evening,
to get good seats, for the house will
bt crowded. Half the proceeds goes
to the Soldiers' Aid Society, and the
other half will be only sufficient to
pay the expense of the preparation.
CONCKKT.—We are pleased to learn
that the NATIONALS, a tine band of
Dingers, will give an entertainment in
Red ing at the Court House on
Saturday evening, Nov. 8th. This
Company appear in costume of Red,
White and Blue, and from the very
flattering notices of the press in dif
ferent parts of the country whore they
have Ming, we should judge it will be
a highly social, patriotic, and pleasing
concert. Give them a full house.
TIIK Sioux war what shall we do
with it? The Sioux Indians what
•hall we do with them The above
is the title of a very interesting little
pamphlet, composed of a son of
letters by Sakachcwan Taylor," as
he is familiarly known, lately published
in the St. Paul Press. If any person
wishes to acquire a perfect knowledge
of the strength and location of the
Indians, and to get a correct idea of
what disposition ought to bo made of
them, let them send for the pamphlet.
TIIK telegraphic reports srty Sev
eral iron clad frigates are being built
in England for the rebels. England
has furnished the traitors all the aid
they have yet received, and it would
j»ot be at all surprising, if, before tho
war is over, they should join hands. If
that tiu\5 must comJ let it come
England's navy is no longer a terror
to us.
LADIICS' S O I E S A I SOCIETY
Thin society will hold its regular meetings
lii-reader at tho Court llou*e, on Thursday of
oa«h week, a o'clock P. M.
Our work at present is preparing articles for
hospital and wo earnestly call upon all
ladles who ,»rc wilting to assist in providing
for the comfort of our sick and wounded sold
iers, t» meet with us.
All contributions of money, clothing, banda
ge*, or hospital stores, will bo thankfully re
ceived. By ordor 01 the President.
,. ii j! -i I I I
APOLOGY.—Election matters has BO Prues following
_, ,, 1 1 MAGIC TIME OHSEHVEB, bein? a Hunting and
taken up our time, and called our help
Mrs. P. SMITH, President.
Mrs. U. A. McCoffNCLL, Sec' and Tress.
Clt It RCI1 DIRECTORY
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Cerner of
East Avenue and Fourth struct. Services Sab
bath at
l'l»
A. x. and t)**r. K. Sabbath School
at l}{ p. u. Class meeting Sabbath at 9Vj A.
M. and 12 M. Class meeting Wednesday even
ing 7 o'clock Prayer meeting Thursday
•voniny 7 o'clock. Rev. Ezra Tucker, Pastor.
0TBANUKRS PCRNISIIKD WITH SKATS.
M. E. CHURCH—(German)—Church Block.
Croat on West Avonue. Services Sabbath 10$^
A. M. and7 Sabbath School at 9 A. *.
Claaa ineetintr* Sabbath at Vi M. and -2 p. M.—
Prayer meeting, Wednesday,"^' p. v. Preach
ing Friday at K. Rev. Charles Iloll
mann, Pastor.
CHRIST CM URCH— Episcopal)—Head of Broad
way, between East and West Aveim ?s. Servi
ces Sabbath I0M A. M. and 5^ p. v. Sabbath
school immediately after mornine service.—
Horning pravers DAILT (Sunday e.%\epted at
A Rev. E. K. WelU, Rector. A SKATS
I
FiaaTPaasBTTKRuxCncKCH—Church Block,
between East and Wwt Avenue*, aad frontintr
Seventh street. Services Sabba th at UX A.
a. and P. M. Sahbath School immediately
after morning servic«. Praver meeting Tr-ura
day eveninir at? o'clock. Strangers will alwavs
be p.ovide I with scats. Rev. P. U. Snow pai
ter.
STRAYED,
FROM
iha Mbaertbar'a place in the town of
Cherry Grove, in Goodhue county, on or
afeeajttha I5tk day of July, I8S3, a Cow. about
sit or seven yaara old. Said was white except
inf a law red spot* both ear* w»r* red. On«
-aya£ »wa£
NILS ILSON OTOM,
4
jsm
Gharry Grova, aaatiaa No. 3.
U% af New Rama ftrsakehaap
I I
,-ace?prettiest,
ope
$1 ui
ONCowestrayed
Watches & Jewelry!Warwiththe
Of the Richest and most Fashionable Patterns:
Offered at Retail at Wholesale Prices
E A BROS.. Nos.fioand «7 Nas
sau Street, NeW-York, Manufacturers and
impoiteradf all the Leading, Rich and most
popular Styles of WATCHES and JEW KLKT,
being determined uport increasing their bnsi
neas to an unlimited extent, offer the following
elegant Ornamonts at the unsurpassed Low
Lady's or Uentlcinan's Watch in
or
A great variety of other WATCHES, at low
prices.
LADIES' SETS of Brooch and Ear Drop1* to
correspond. Imitation Cluster Diamud,a very
rich pattern und entirely new, price §4. Coral
Bead entwined, a very neutand pretty «r
nament, handsomely mounted, .•53.25.
GENTLEMEN'S VEST Chains. Parisien,an ele
gant pattern, only $1. The Demoniac, very
heavy, «j5.
UINOS. —Plain only 75c. Scroll, very pretty,
$1. Chased, a neat pattern, $1. Seal Signet,
$2. Imitation Diamonc %•!.
SLEEVE BUTTONS Patent, Chased.or Enam
elled, a new and very handsome pattern, fi.50.
Double, chased yr with stones, $1.40.
BOSOM STUDS.—a variety of new and fashion
able designs, per set, $1.50.
BOSOM AND SCAKF PI.\S.—Leaf, with Opal
and Fancy Stones, $2. Imitation Diamond
$1.50.
onen: the most convenient an I cheap
est Watch in the worid. Imitation gold of
fecUd by a patent process, which renders the I
appearanco ot gold perfect, while it does not
cost one third as much. Price only $G:J. Re
tails at $ 100 upwards.
lluNTiwi COMPOSITION CASKD LEVERS. English
manufacture Movement capped and full jew
eled has sunk seconds, and the newes-t im
pro\ements. Heavy cased and good imitation
gold. Price only §13. Retails at Iran 850 to Continues to carry on the business at the old
§100.
HUNTING COMPOSITION CASED AKMY WATCH. House. He has constantly on hand a full as
Richly engraved, jeweled and fancy works.— sortment of
Unsurpii.-sed for Sutiers, etc. Price
...imi ,(Traders,
LOCKETS.—Doable Glass, richly engraved,$3.
Persons wishing any of the above, have only
to remit the price in a registered letter to oar
address, and the artielcs will be seat by return
mail, free of expense. ISF" Orders to the
amount ot twelve dollars and upwards will bo
sent by express to any part of the loyai Slates,
with bill payable to the Express Company,
when the goods ure delivered
Agents, Sutlers and Country Merchants,
throughout the country, who wish to make
money rapidly, will do well to obtain oar
mammoth catalogue: we furnish tin most sale
able outfit at prices unsurpassed by any other
concern Address
HUBBARD BROS.
JN03. 65 A G7 Nassau, near John Street,
v7nl4m3 NE W YOKK CITY
ESTRAY.
th 3th of September, 1862, a dark red
to my farm, in the township
of Featherstouc, and has been thtre ever since,
and is now there. Said Cow is about 4 years
old, and of a brownish eolor about tho head.
She bad a short rope attached to her head when
she was taken up. The owner can have the
same by proving property and paying chaiges.
Dated Red Wing, Oct. 15th. IS ri.
v7n!3w3 THOMAS BEAT ERST ONE.
Time is Money."
Keep correct time and you xc'dl never
be late to your Business.
js» THE subscriber having returned from
W1"
Kl S S S
med he bnsiitco* of
:£Tj| MAKING AM) REPAIRING
Watches. CJocSss a Jewc.ry,
at ills old stand, in Parhhurst's Store. RED
WING, Minnesota. All Watches and Cooks
repaired by him are warranted to run one year,
with proper u.sago.
W A E S O S E W E &
Kept constantly on hind for sale at low fl-mres.
nitvTIy WILLIAM F. CROSS.
A. W. ESP ING,
W A A E A N E W E E
MAI N ST W E S OV S ST
T&tVtfsfc r- A W A ES
^sBmwSLw
Tg
Jewe a j*.
neatly repaired
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Keel Wing Minnesota,
n93 nl-tvC-ly
WAGO
N MliGll & BLACKSMITH.
PIlE suhscrih has lately croc-ted alarsroand
AND FIFTH streets, whero ho is now
MANUPACTURIXO AND REPAIKING
WAGON'S, BUGGIES,
CUTTERS, SLEIGHS,
BOBBS, A:c., A
On the shortcs' notice and in the most work
manlike manner.
He has also connected with his establishment a
BLAKSMITIl SHOP,
ber, and warranted for tw
S. A.
Red Wine, Oct. loth, 136-J.
FUEISTEDT.
no!2v71y
G. H. STIRLING- & Co.,
r.iccc-uon t^ S. tt. Foot,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LEATHER, & SHOE FINDINGS.
Manufacturers ot evcy kind and stylo of
Men's, Bay's, Women's and Children's Boot*
and Shoes.
Ueparing done neatly and at moderate
prices. In the New Brick building, corner
Main and Plum streets. Corny and see us.
G. R. STERLING & CO.
n29a r.40:ly.
iioo
TSITSHOJES.
S BARCLAY & MILLER,
VS^rium street. Red Winjy, opposite the
Kelly Houso, are :'ianut°actunng
BOOTS AN SHOES,
In the most workmanlike manner, and at
MODE A I li A E S
Repariag done to order at short notice.
Red Wing, Sept. IT, 13i)2. noSvTly
C. E
FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
A full assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING
A N
Gentlemen** Furnishin Good
constantly on hand.
A I O I N A N A I I
dona to order promptly and at reasonable
rate*. Shop in Wrt.Kix«o*8 BLOCK.
Red Wing. June 5th, 1361.
n42ad n44-ly.
GOODHUE COUNTY
& SSSS^iUS?. nnUGSASDMEDICISKS,
aba waa Mary
Aay panoD «i vine information wcare eow
or raurninff her, will b« fully paid for ah
UoaMa aad axmutaa. Dated Oot. «». 1*4».
..—•••* I.IIL.,.II.I ..I.I L..I.I.H.II i» ij»i-.... »msijm*f.w,.»»»i-
Indians
The Rebels have invudod the North with nn
overwhelming force, and MOOLELLAM has mov
ed up the Potomac to meet them, and if possi
ble cut them off*
E E I E S S S A A E S
oh oiir Northern Frontier have commenced
War upon us, marked by all their usual bar
barity—men, women and children OTe indis
criminately murdered desolation, ruin and
death ar« their sure foot prints.
Viewed in all its bearings, the present seems
to be THE dark hour in our National history.—
Yet, notwithstanding all those things,
T. L. ADAMS,
Sole proprietor of the
Saddle. & Harness
E S A I S E N
Stand on Main Street, near the Red Wing
S O 3 3 3 E 3
HARNESS,
SADDLES,
BRIDLES,
MARTINGALES,
COLLARS, TRUNKS, fcc. Also,
Whips, Brushes, Combs, Fly
Nets, Horse Blankets, &c.
Work done to order and W A A N E
Repairing done at short notice in the moat
approved style and workmanlike manner.
He defies competition and challenges any
shop in the County or State to compare work.'
He won't be UNDERSOLD
T. L. ADAMS.
Sept. 16,1S62. Sole Proprietor.
(no8v71y)
New Clothing Store.
E A E S A N E S STOCK O
A A N W I N
LOTHE
That was ever broujrht into tho City of Red
Wing, may now be found at the
OLD STONE STORE,
On Bush street, near the corner of Main street,
E WING I N N E S O A
riIIE subscriber has just fitted up and fur
nished the above named store, and now
offers for sale a siock of Goods that in point of
QUALITY,
QUANTITY,
AND CHEAPNESS,
DeUes Competition.
This is but a branch of the Lnrgext Manu
facturing Establishmen in tfi« West and
I am thus enabled to sell goods at
Wholesale and Retail at
I W A E E I E S
WILLTAV1 EISENBRAND.
noSvTly
Sept. 17, 1SC2.
ReadyMadeClothing
JUST RECEIVED
A Large Invoice of all Kinds of
LOTHING!
"Which will bo sold at prices to defy
COMPETITION.
Philleo Block, Re Win? ITCiiui.
Sept. 2-1, IBCrl.
where all work pertaining to that business will S. P. HALE & CO., having removed to
be neatly an 1 pium.-tiy don-. All Wagons and their new warerooms,
Carriiigo-t made from the best of Eastern li
C1S4
O S
MATHER & CLARK,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
r^rrs, ,tLS. OT.ASS. TARXIRXS.
Dye-Stufs, Hair and Cloth Btmhm,
PATENT REDItTXBS.FANCT SOAP,
TOBACCO, axvrr,
Patmroajry. Red and White Lead. E a Paiat^kc.
R«» Wiya, XUrrasoTA.
B41r«:lj
B. PARKFIURST
noiiv7tf
$159 BEST PIANOS, $150
IVo. 178 1 1 0 4 W 4
are now prepared to off.-r he public a mngni
ficetit new scale full
7 Octave Piano
containing all improvements known in this
country or Europe, over strung baas. French
grand action, harp pedal, fall iron frame, ior
$150 $175 C&S ii9
VI arrantcd for 5 Years.
Rich moulding cases.
$200, $250, & $300,
all warranted made of tbc best seasoned mate-' 185 9
rial, and to stand better than arv sold for $4001 a -M *.
or *.VH) by the old methods of manufacture 1 *™. A I I I
Wo invite Dealers and Teachers in nil narUnf*'
^^ujC^r^nan^^ta^lSiA^L^^
it a
THE CELEBRATED
A N N O ZsCX
Manafaetured and for saie by
ASHTON,COGEL A BETCHER,
Near the Kelly Honse,
BED WING, MINNESOTA.
»9» nlSrt:IT
DIARIES. A larre atoe% for 1§«2.
ff»i«nd at
a Iff alfrdrTy
City Book Store,
RED WING MINNESOTA.
DR. A. II. JONES,
Dealer in
Stationery, a
WALL PAPER, &C.
Just received a large stock of choice Stationery.
Also the New Series of SCUCOL BOOKS, pro
scribed by the State Board of Education.
E E A N I O O S
Constantly on hand.
The old stock of Miscellaneous Books will
be sold at a discount of twenty-five to forty
per cent, from Publishers prices. Books or
dered at any time to suit customers. Papers
and Periodicals furnished to order. Subscrip
tions solicited.
At Richler's Old Stand, cor. Main and
Plum stre ts.
1 8 6 2
H. C. HOFFMAN.
STORAGE, FORWARDING
A N
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
RE W I N I N N E S O A
AGENTS FOR THX
Red Win*, Minnesota 24?
unrivalled Pianos with Steinway «fe Sons.Chick-1 (One Bloek above Freeborn's Saw Mill.)
ering & Sons, or any first class'manufactnrers I E SHALL BE PREPARED TO FUR
O S P. A E & CO., nish at all times, anything in the above
•13v7m4 473 Broadway, .New York. line of business and shall" keep on hand all
kinds of planed and matched Lumber, Mould-
W."-'.K'.'U'-»|ll.l'^'J'WH!H.l.jJlP..U',"| •)4JPIU IL.'-I JWI-tlluJUWU--1!")"
a a Pr Cliien
AND
I I N O I S E N A A I W A S
AND
1. &
aim
1 8 6 2
WM. ADAXS.
H. C. HOFFMAN & CO.,
I N N A E O
t3?" All claims for overcharges or damages
promptly adjusted on presentation.
Consignments respectfully solicited.
Liberal cash advances made on wheat in store.
LIME, COAL, SALT & CEMENT,
Always on hand and for sale at the lowest
wholesale prices.
Through tickets for sale to all rrineipnl
cities and towns. Mark packages
Care II. C. II. & Co."
nl55 n40:tf.
llows' 8t «uil:tr Scales.
For sa'e hv
A E O I E S O N & Co.
Tin Plate WareJtoute,
No. 45 Wabash Avenue Chi
cago.
'^Veisrh out of level. No chock
rods. All friction received on
balls.
AGENT FOR RED WIN'O
A S C. O N S O N
E A ER IN THE MOST A O E D.
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
Such as TJeapers and Mowers, Threshers
tannins Mills. Plows. & &c.
& BEIT...*..,
Manufacturers of and dealers in
Lumber, Shingles.
AND LATH,
CU05. D00P.3 & SL2NDS.
Oifico and Lumberyard
Corner of Main Broa Street*.
SAWING, PLANING, HATCHING,
AND
A S C3 XT I
Done to order at oar Steam Mill.
101 Nov. IS.'fllrly
URA.N'NIS, A N I E S & CO.
Mannfactnrers of, and dealers in every va-
LUMBER, "LATHS,
Shingles, ickcts, Ac.
DRY FINISHING LUMBER
snd Dres?ed
S a
Always on hand at the Bluff Mills.
n421 n3tvG:ly
2 S 2 a iings.etc.
Or(?crft promptly attended to, which may al
Hav.ng ta!cen the stand on 1
8 0
ST.. near the Kelly Honse
»he subscriber is piepared to ac-.
W
commtxlafe tho traveling community with. Red Wing, May 8th, 1361.
whatever, in the line of refreshments they ma n33» n40-lr
want.
Board by the Day or Week, also T^TTTa T-l
nished with lodgin*. CHEAP E N I E
ON BUSH STREET.near RED WING HOCSEj
A S A O E to
A good assortment of
E S A E E A
Cakes. Pies. Crackers Ac. always on hand. I
Yeast is alwars kept.
Here is the ONLT PLACE THE CITT whei ~T," T,1^*
person can eail for what he wants, and «y On Bash Street, near the Red Wing House.
«nly what he gets. O. ANDERSON. All kiudsconrtantly on hand. Repairing
..»»»,„ tJlAnd Taming dona to order. Alao,ailkinds
of Coffins.
E WIN 1 8 5 9
in
0 0 A N
I
A
BLIND FAC'iORY
ot allr kinda&takerc,h irn. exchange for
a
ork. COGEL & BETCHER.
JOHN CORELL.
n4Pm n4-S:lv.
TICKET S FOR S A E
BY THE BEST BOTJTE TO ALL POINTS
CT_
Those who wish to hav« bre»d delivered at £AST AND SOUTH,
their homes can leave their orders.
nl31. nJArft.&B
*m crs\rrm rw
S E O I I O A N
Storage 4 CenwissioB MrrcbaBts
And Receiver* of all triads of good*.
[RED WTNG, Oet. T. lMt.
TO WOOM MAY CONCERN
1of%
a a a
LL Rum* indebted to us. either by not* or
1 book aeeannt mast pay op hyth«i5: day
Xoanmbm, a they wrtl be sa»d. as w« muat
Q- BXTNCSI A OB.
Bad Wle^.Oet- t,1!#5. aixTTwf
ALL GBOWI**
SUGAR CANE AND SCISGIICM
Will please take notice tfmt 1
am prepared to furnish the latest
and best style of all sizes tit
SUOfl.?. Clif
MILLS.
With all necessary apparatus for
the manufacture of
S a
Call and examine samples and
you will be sure to purchase.
Office Corner Main and PlumSts.
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
C. O N S O N
Who Wants Money
IF YOU DO, BRING ON YOUR
Wheat Corn, Oat*,
BUTTER, EGGS, fyC, TO
HARLAN'S
Casta a a Pa
O O O E
NEAR THE POST OFFICE, RED WING
I will exchange Groceries for them, such aa
Sugars,
Teas, Coffee,
Spices, Candies, Sal
eratus, Starch, Candles,
Soap, Matches, Shoe Blacking,
Dairy Salt, Dried Apple-, Green
Apples, Crackers, Table Syrup, Molas
ses, &c, &c. Also a good article of Family
Flour will be kept for sale, and Tobac
co, Segars, Brooms, Cloths Pins,
etc. Intending to keep a
FIRST CLASS GRO
CERY.and do business
honorably,I hops
to receive a
liberal
patronage,
S. C. HARLAN.
n!12 n!9v«:tf.
Chas. McGlashan,
AT
THE BRICK STORE,
Corner of Main and Bush Streets,
Formerly occupied by S. B. FOOT,
F.ED WX2TG,
Has on hand, and is now receiving a rvLL and
GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Ot Merchandise of all kinds usually kept in
any store in.the West,
{EXCEPT OAS%)
Which shall be sold for
A X»-A.TZ-
As low as at any place in the
United States,
of MinaesoU.
I also have tho agency for the Sale of
J. M. SINGER'S
Celebrated Scwii.sj Itlacbiue.
ALL ACCOUNTS
Duo me must be psid soon or
CHA.S. MoGLASnAN.
Red Wing, Noy. 17th, 1861.
n!05 Nov 20,'CI:ly
A I A N S
tITANDABD
O A I N S
Also, Warehouse Truck*, Letter Presses,
Ac.
FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAP & CO.,
Lake4tret, a
Sold in Red Wing by C. II. & E.L.BAKER
Be careful to buy only the genuine.
O W N & E E
A I N S E E E WING
Have or. hand, and lTer to the public the most
complete assortment of
n*.iK E9
CUTLERY,
Stoves and Tin Ware,
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
AND
Farming Implements
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Also,
3'
KEROSENE LAMPS.
OJL, PAINT, ETC
n!03 Nov.l3'«i:7
E undersigned rc^pectfally informs the
I citizens of HVi Wing and vicinity that he
has opened a Tailor Shop in Bed Wtng, where
he is ready to receive ordersformaking up
clothes after
THE LATEST STYLE,
and most fashionable cut. Experience of over
twenty years in all branches of the trade, in
cutting and making up garments for men and
children, enabbs* him to give perfect satisfac
tion to all who witl favor nim with their patron
age. Particular attention paid to cutting
cletbes to orier to ba made by ladies.
AII Clethea Warrant** in Pic!
Shop on Main street, betweee Smith A Dick
in*on*s Bank and A. W. Eipini's Jewelrr Store.
Red Wing, May *3d, 184*.
n44*S:«a» A. GROSS.
DISSOL0PION NOTICE.
N
OTICE i* hereby gives that Urn copartner
fthip henftomrs exiting between the ao
rvTBllmS ««™«n«L onder th* nans* of Fraiiitedt A
L,vgren.rja#beeadiAi*oiv»dby mataalcoaMnt.
The debts dee by aatd firm will be paid iL c»,h
opostnseeantatkm of demaaA. ami ail indebt
doe teaaid arm moet ba paid witfcni
fcrty day* Rom the date of thi» notion.
Da**dls*d Wiag, Qm. istA, lMti.
MU STOR
E
BED WIHG, MINNESOTA.
rtuggist, Pharmaculist 4" Chemist,
lias constantly on hand choice
DRUGS.
MEDICINES.
CHEMICALS,
TOILET ARTICLES,
CIGARS,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
And other articles belonging to the trude, all
of which are warranted.
«3P~ Prescription* careMly prepared."
At Richter's Old Stand, cor. Main and Plum
streets.
nlOft nl9V6:ly
RE W I N
Hardware Store.
C. H. & E L. BAKER,
(SUCCESSOR TO COOPER,)
W a and Retai
E A E I N
Hard ware, Tin-wre and Stores,
SHELF HARD-WARE,
HYDRAULIC RAMS,
CROSS CUT SAWS,
BUILDERS' HARDWAR E
LEAD PIPE,
BELLOWS,
VICES,
ANVILS,
DRILLS,
a S is
At the old Weathorby Stand,
NEXT DOOU TO POST OFFICE,
MAIN STREET,
nl21
ONalangoodsrand
E S
gwwjw
PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES,
Paints. Dye-Stnffs, Kerosei *.
in id Alcoh t.
Medicinal Brandies. Wines,
AND LIQUORS,
TOBACJO,
SNUFF,
CHAINS,
NAILS,
PUMPS,
June 25. '59
SCALES,
FILES
AXE S
&c.
I O N
E SLIGO, S W E I S E N I S A N
A E I A N E I N E
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
&C, &C, &G.
AH kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper
work manufactured to order byexperienced
workmen.
n20a n40:tf.
J. B. PARKHURST,
DIALS* nr
Dry Goods, Groceries
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Boots a Shoes, Hat a Caps,
O E
RED WTNO.
n23v4:ly
TO WHOM IT MA CONCERN.
afte the first day of January, 1362,
merchandise sold oy us will
bo paid for on delivery. Our terms will ba
a O
we will make no deviation. Those indebted to
us will please call and settle np, as our books
must be closed. Those having claims against
us, or either of us, will pteseul them at once
for payment.
We would say in connection with the above,
that we have on hand a
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS.
Consisting of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
GROCEKIES,
BOOTS AND SH'»ES,
HATS AVD CAPS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
GLASS,
I
CROCKERY,
Ac., dec.
which we offer on the above terms at low prices.
Being desirous to sell ont onr stock the pres
ent winter we would be glad to have those
wishing to purchanae goods in our line to give
us a call.
WM. A JA.9. LAWTIIEB.
Red Wing, Dee: 18 ,1861. n21 v«:tf
JOIIlf NOlUtUIST.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
And Manufacturer of all kinds of
CLOTH AND FUR CAPH»
LADIE8 FUR CAPES, CTJFF8. MUFFS, AC.
and dealer in
Ready Made Clothing,
CDfJTHS, and TAILORS TRIM-
mings of all dhvription. Also agent fer
Wf Siaoaa'a Hawiae Macaiaa, the beet and
cheap*1* machine in use.
Having enlarged my bmrines* I am now pre
pared to execute all orders without delay. I
warrant all my work no one need take a gar
ment after it has been ordered unless it flu.
CUTTING DONE A ALt, TIME*.
Good people of town and country gi*#
call. I work cheap and sell cheap.
OPPOSITE THE CITY A E
On Boab Street, Bad Wing.
P. S. I keep on hand a i«vf* stock of ma
chine needles, twist and thread.
n!43 n*4v«yl NOBQUIST.
ASH, DOOR jkMB BLIND MANUPAO
TOME.
AT THE BLUFF MILLS,
RED Rr IRC, 2J- Mimmnmm.
TlirerA*'.ham.
aP«*»
atoryefGraoM,IhmMkA C»% Mill with the
beat kind of Machinery,forthe Ranam^tory ot
Saak, Door, lode. Window-Fram*.. 1&,
Frame*, M^a.ding.. Drom Fioonncand SMInf)
wM he earn famish to the peblW at rooaooa
blerate*.
nR^A fo*4 nnnnmirn.1••»•—•—iL
H4VfeiaPaAisF,
l»s^^-«-**»^. ^oftji^int«*a»h
iiiSp.^—^mmmr^jg^gvm
mm
WSmmmmmlmW
OAft A A MALE OR FEMALrf
LLOYD'S NEW STEEL PLxVTB,
County Colored a the
UNITED STATES. A N A A S AND NEW
BRUNSWICK.
^Frotn recent surveys, completed Aiiff. V^
cost $i,0tjQ to engrave it and one year1*
time.
Snperj to sfn* $\Q rtiap ever maaobyColton
Or Mitchell, aird's dls at the low nrice of tilt
cents 870.Cfuo mimes are engraved on tin* map.
Ir. is not ouly a Co inty Majv, but it is alsa a
COUNTS AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States and Canada* corixbined ia
one. gi ing
EVERY EAII-EOAD STATION,
and distances between.
Gu:irantce aiy woman or rann 8-3 to S3 P*
lay. anil will take back alt maps ihat cannVB
be sold, and re.und the money.
Send tor $1 worth and try it.
Printed instructiono how to canvass will
be furnished all ou* agents.
Want«*d=-Wholesale agents in every State
California, Canada, Knzland, France and Cabs.
A fortune may be made with a lew hanireu
dollars capital. No competition,
H. li. LLOYJ), No. Iff*, Uroadway. N. Y.
The War Department u-es. ou¥ Map of Vir
ginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania—cost
§100,000—on which is marked Antietam Creek,
Sh'arpsburg, .varyland Heights Williamsp'T«
Ferry, Rhorersvillo, Noland'* Fori, and all
ottiers on the Potomac, and every other plac»
In Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or
money r«funded.
LLOYD'S
TOl'GRA PH1CAL MAP OF KENTUCKY
UUIO, INDIANA, AND ILLINOIS,
is the only anthorlty for Gen. Buell and the
War Department. Money refunded to any
one finding an error in it. Price 50 cents.
"LL-vyd's Map of Virtrihia. Maryland, and
Pennsylvania is very luree its cost is twentr
five cents, and it is the' best which can La
purchased."—TKIBUME, Aug. U.
LLOYD'S GREAT MAP OF THE MISSIS-
SIPPI RIVER,
From actual Surveys by Capts. Bart and Bow
en, Mississippi River Pilots, of St. Louis, Mo.,
shows every man's plantation ai.d •wuer's
name, from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico—
1,350 miles—every bar. town, binding and aH
places 20 miles back from the river—colored in
counties and States. Price, $1 in sheets—%i iu
pocket form, and §.',50 on iinen, with rollers.
Ready Sept. to).
NAV DEPARTMENT,
Washington, Sept. 17th. 1S62.)"
J. T. LLOYD—Sin:—Send me your Map oi the
Mississippi River, wita price per hundred cop
ies. Rear-Ailmiral Charles H. Davis, com
manding the Mississippi squadron, is author
ized to purchase as many us are required lor
the use of that squadron.
GIDEON WELLSS, Secretary of the Navy.
v7:lla
EAGLE GRIST &
LOURING MILLS
On Spring Creek, two and a half miles from
Red Wing.
This superior^water) Flonr and Grist Mill is
now prepared with all modern improvements
fordoing the best of work. And all work done
is
WARii*lJ\*TJEMP
to give entire satisfaction.
Itis under the management of EXPERIEN
CE! SKILLFUL, and HONEST millera.wha
never toll the grist bat once.
O E O
Flonr,Corn-Meal, Bran, Shorts of the best
quality and fresh ground, always on hand al
the Warehouse of
E S & 91 A N N
Red Wing, for sale cheaper than can be bought
at any Millinery, Dry Goods and Grocery stora
in the city. We must supply the market.
PHELPs «fc GRAHAM,
Proprietors.
September 1st 1SG1.
»71a vfl-noly
Now laTriiE
TIME TO BUY YOUR
GO »DS CHEAP.
JOMJ%* H. JflUES
Having returned from the Eastern Markets wit)
a large stuck of
SPRING 4* SUMMER GOODS
consisting in part as follows
DRY GOODS,
BOOT8 AND SHOES,
GROCERIES
QUKEN&WARE,
STONEWARE,
FARMERS UTENSILS,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
&c.t
which we offer to the citizens of Qoedhna aad
surrounding Counties cheaper than ever before,
FOR CASH
!or
To assure the community, that we mean what
we say. we wonld state that wo can sell you aa
food CALICOES as have been sold heretofore
15 and \i% cents'—/or cents.
11 lbs. of good Sugar for On Dollar.
COFFEE and TEA as low at retail as can b*
bought in Milwaukee or Chicago ut wrl-.legale,
an I everything else at exceedingly low prices.
CaU and judgj tor yourswlvts at the »tore *»f
JOHN H. MUE3.
N. B.—I am also Agent for Evans A Adaaos'
celebrated Galena CROSS CUT and
which we will Warrant to jrive better sutifae
tion than any Other Plows made or sold ia
Goodhue «*ounty. JOHN II. MUES.
LIVERY AND EXCHANGE,
•4m.a&c& «t*Vkl©
K«» ttrttt, Hm Fbtrih 4* F/th sire it,
W RfHiifnom.
The stfbaertber has !ea«ed the nld stsnd
formerly need by W. 8. Grow.nod IIHS
stocked stabl* we«t of tho Mfwiiwippi,
Fiver. p'casern seekers or travellers 1 can
furnish as good Torn Out*" as the county
e(f»rd*.
na«:v*.tf J. F. WIUGIIT.
JtJST RECEIVED At
3 P. d-o^r^T^^'o
A tee lot of
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
Uftr** Tip Cart*, «ii«* f«r
ROLLING HOOPS,BIRD CAGES, Ae..
Dfm*t Iron the MannfaetorV, which will
aoldeheap. rn**s*Ti»l] ait 1 see them.
N**r the Corner of CM and Mat* Smcfcr*.
W REP WING. MINN. nRvirly
E 7 A N E I A-' bt«sh*rU 5 W Hfmnm imvao
diately.f#r whu «-«sb will \m p*id.
i*. BUNCH A &J.
received fr*«ro tb*s J^t Louis market
and f-r sale,* tara* lot fi Dr't&i Paaebe*,
which we pr?po*e to cheaper than eaa ha
»*fd at *KJ wtorplaee 'm the oRy.
BE!?*!H A r^1
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