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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
BED WING, FEBRUARY 4th, *.S63.
a a printed
on superior paper, for sale at this office.
a el a a for sale
at this office.
Lectures will be delivered by the following
gentlemen on the days specified
Kev. W Hancock/February 10th, 1863.
Warren Bristol, Esq., 17th,
Kev. E. R. Welles, 24th,
Hon. E. T. Wilder, March 3d,
Ker. Matthew Sorin, 10tb,
A E Utile grain has been
brought in during the last three or four days
on account of tho excessively cold weather.
Wheat is bringing from 83 to 93 cents, Corn
47(340, O its 35@37.
There is not as much beef being offered
in the streets by formers as formerly, prices
ranging from 3g to 4 cU per lbs, by the
quarter. Fork is in better demand than it
has ever been in this market before, and the
price is steadily going up. It now com-
mands from 4 to 4 cents.
I E E N A E N I O N !—Remember the
meeting at the hall to-night, and be on hand.
Matters of more than usual importance will
be before the company, for action this even
ing, and a full attendence is desired.
THERE is not a vacant tenenent in the
place. Every house, barn and shed has
been taken up, and occupied. Nex spring,
there will be a call for tennents, and who-
ever has a little money to invest can make
it pay by puting it into small buildings.
WOOD.—People are taking advantage of
norve," it will ail be needed before next
in the early spring.
State. This State ought to support liberal
ly. an educational journal but there is
nothing of the kind published in the State,
and to supply, so far as we can the deficien
cy, we devote a part of our space, to that
object. W hope that its worth may be
appreciated, and that the enterprise may re
ceive a merited encouragement.
A N O A E PBOOUAMATIOX.—In our col
mnns to-day chat sparkling pleasure to all
eyes, the elegant and entertaining Xew York
Me-atry, proclaim its intention* for the
Ne Year of 1863. I is a charming "guide
philosopher and friend" for everybody and
enablea tho mind,
••Formed by its converse, happily to stoer
rrom gra« to gay, lively to severe:"
do without the MBBCCRT foe a week
wo«W bo like missing the face you love best
tor a jear, and its army of subscribers for
63 ia likely to outnumber that of tho Union-
TIcMBfo—From this tory unpromising
-subject C. 0 Webster, Eno,., dug out a lee
-turn of rare beauty and interest. Th lee
•Cora waa in rhyme, and opened with a scene
aa it were, of tho lecturer in tho brownest
tho present froeze up, and are getting stacks foy7i]ty oftheir two hundred thousand xubscrib
of wood over tho river. in on your
Coi.n W A I I E il la.st Ssturdav
N E W GOODS. —A Clark, Eiq., at the
floodtmo County Drug Scoru. has just re
ceived, by express, a new stock of Drujs.
ile has also received the nicest and best ar-1
Jverosene oil is large and good, and he and
bis gentlemanly cloik is always ready to
attend to callers.
EDUCATroxAL E A E N We hnve
added to lhe NTEEB, a new attraction.
We have opend an educational department,
'under the management of Prof. Jabez Brooks,
one of the most sciontilic educators of the
SOMKTIIISO NBW.—Sterling has just re- to the United States for a quarter a ••entury
oeived a few boxes of heavy India Rubber P1}1* wishy-washy mushroom prints'
of yesterday arc cuttii'g down their talent ev
boots for the wet, sloppy weather of spnn
For that season oi the year they arc invalu
night there was nothing to indicate any an unparu-leled
weather. Sunday morning, however, the
North wind was howling, and the thermom-
•ctor was down among the smallest fig-
ures. Since then it has continued steadily
«old, and we may expect some winter weath-
change from the uniform mildness of the CONSEUV A.TORY OP THE ENTERTAINING
and its Novels, Miscellaneous Tales, Heautnwi
Jot" Verso, Gossip, Pcuillftcna, Bmadsides ot'j
|IIutn..r. and Poiishol Editorials, combine to
epitomize all the charms of
id of glass cone for Kerosene lamps that "[^^M a £«!*M
•we have ever seen. Uis stock of Lumps and 'rating artist -t' The New York Mercury, the I
inimitable Dsrloy, a\\as the D&DT the 1,'iiii
kind of study," for a aabject. Whila in this ao, ISC?.
condition the scene represents the person aa 2
fort, a aachtiw into which
snencing with tho first Adam." and such
hnaadingsehoole,** W a religion"
2h^fte rt':^~'*He sshaag I
Xtm subject was to be the»firsl word the I 7 7 7
dreamer should speak. So disgusted wash S A
a yonr theme.** Th lecturer or
MAKKATO, Jan. 26. 1?«3.
Ladies of Soldiors' Aid Society, Red Wing.
A I E S I have great pleasure in ac-
knowledging the receipt, through Capt.
Wiliston, of a box of hospital stores, for
this Post. Th box contained the following
list of articles 1 0 pillows, 3 dressing
6 piir slippers, 10 rolls bandages, 1 paper
dried fruit, 4 cans fruit, 2 towels, 1 bottle
catsup, 2 pillow cases, 2 comforters, 5 shirts.
In behalf of the sick and suffering sold-
iers, I would tender our most sincere thanks
for this testimony of attention and sympa-
P. I N
Sur'g. 7th reg.t. Minn. Vol,
S S S
E A O N
HAS got a larsre amount of MONEY thut he
does not know what to do with, and has con
cluded to lay it out in S So allwho
have any Fur for sale had better call on him.
and get about one hundred per cent, above the
market price. He has a large lot of New house's
traps foi sale cheap.
I am now in the market, purchasing Furs
of atl kinds, for which I will pay the highest
market price in cash. Those who have any
Fur*, to sell had better consult their own
interest by calling upon me before selling
them to other parties, as I feel confident I
can make it an object forthem to bring their
peltries to me. I am bound to buv, so there
is no use of talking. Don't sell until I have
a chance to make an offer. L. E Y.
THE PRIDE OF NEW YORK.
1 8 8 3 S a
GRAND MIRROR OF AMERICAN GENIUS.
Correct with spirit, eloquent with CHSO,
Intent to reason, or police to please."
THE NEW YORK MERCURY
FOli THE NEW YEAR.
It is with no feur of War?s effect upon tbeir
literarj lortunes, that the publishers of The
Xew York Mercury acknowledge the unwaverin
announce to them, and to all. that
I lie New York Mercury for tlii* ycur(l863)
will be richer in ev ry luxury of Polite Li tora
tiiro than ever before. It is no upstart specula
tion, no temporary seiisutiou." Imt
Iclass literary wcek'iy, which hu« been familiar
while they raise their subscription iirieo, The
New York Mercury maintains all it*, great staff
of Roinvneers, Poets, Humorist*. Essayists,
Story Tellers, and Editors, and promises to
r.itiko it still greater tor IS03.
It tho one paper for evcry home. Its forty
.columns of reading-matter per week constitute
WIT AND SENTIMENT I I
Tke husband 'ca-ls it to his wife, the mother
her children, the lover to his sweothtnrt. the
soldier to his comnud*, an I tlia village ach..ol
master to tlie circle around the Move? It is fa-,M.
miliar to the sight of every man. womr.n and
child in our country, and has regular subscrib
ers :n several countries of Europe, Tho Newj'
ork Mercury isslso idoi.tirl&d with tho -'IHIII
lost patriotism of ,h.- ago. ftr several mom burs
it* briUiant Stall hot 1 liig'i rank in our noble
I'limitabl Dsrloy gives the pap
attributes of Fine Art and vet this largot lit
erary weekly on tho day promise* to ear pass!
itsell in all Uieifc rttxpovts during tho New Year!
I O I A
THE HEIRESS OF CASTLE CLIFFE.
BV COUSIN MAY CAISLJ-TON",
A.th.r (f Gtu*y Qow*r» "Sybil Ciunpbtll,"
i/»«e," I a Marque,1' d-c, K\
The productions of this distinguished author-'
esaneeu no eulogy. I'ublie ooinion has long
since pronounced tlum superior to anv othe
uovelettes pul.iished on thi side 01 the Atlan
tic and -lie true test or their merit is found in
the fact that thay are eagerly reproduced, afterl
their publication in tbe Mercury, !v the En.'
hshprosa We may dd that the new t:.le.
ictoria," is fully equal in interest and depthi
of plot to either of those which have secured I
so larga a srmro of public approval, and wo euu
earnestly recommend it to -'.i story-readers.
The New York Mercury is sold by all a*ws
moii und periodical deulers in American. To
subscribers, it i» rcgularlv mailed every Satur
«*a« e*t -hombuc -That." .il _____»1UHASLAN.
that dwplsyej raregeniw.
ng, for 8* a year three copies for'
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cmo. »JX months' subscription received
E O S E E
she machine, (whieherer it was went W HAKLAX.
*be whole ground of earths historv, eom- W 9 2
PosTOrnoa COUNTY, ASO STAT«.
the notes of all solvent banks at par.
I aymentmust invariably be made in advance.
fc*- Specimen Copies *eut freo to all appli
Address all letters and remittances, post
CAUI.DWELL, 90UTIIWOBTII WniTSKT
IWrtetor of the New York Mereurv.
113 Ftiltm St., New York City.
AKKN UP by the subscriber, at hi* farm at
W a a
0 S N
S A E E N
Of the lteceiyt and Expenditure* of
(joodhue County for the year 1803
Bill* allowed by County Commissioners January
J. A. Thaeher, forextra services as Coun
ty Commissioner, $* 50
F. rrngrey, salary as Co'y Attorney," 75 00
P. M. Wright, drawing jury,
T. F. Towne, stationery for Treas' ollice
Goodhue Connty Republican, printing,
A. II. Jones, stationery,
I. tf. Kellogg, fluid for Court House,
Lemon Bates, Justice fees,
Mather «fc Clark, for lamps,
Sweney & Hoyt, medical attend, on pri». 10 00
C. C. Webster* recording otiieors' bonds, 12 88
M.S.Chandler tbr boarding prisoners ifco. 27 75
M. S. Chandler, for clothes for prisoner
Bill* allowed by County C/mmissionere March,
Parker & Allen, publishing tax notice, 1 80
A. H. Jones, for stationery, 7 38
Culbcr, Page & 1-Ioyne, Books for Audi
tor's Gfbeo, 30 88
Goodhue County Republican printing tax
certificates, 17 50
C. C. Wcbeter, record bocks for Regis
ter's office, 23G5
T. F. Towne, stove pipe fcc, for Treas
urer's oiliee, 2 20
V. S. Chandler, boarding criminal jury, 4 25
Caroline Danforth, tax refunded, 8 30
P. Smith, tax refunded, 1 48
Thomas McMannus, Justice bill, 15 50
W. W. PhclDs,for defending Rachel Mc-
Nair,--..t 50 00
John Corel I, Bedstead for Jail, 6 00
G. Bnehholtz, tax refunded 8 00
D. C. Hill, for diafting plan for vault,•• 10 00
L. Bar.es, extra services us County Com'r 5 22
G. Post, extra services us County Com'r 8 16
M. 8. Chandler, attendance on Board.... 6 00
Mileage and per diem »f County Com'rs 19 80
B'Hie allowed by County Commissi ners May,\%'6%2,
Goodhue County Republican, publishing
delinquent tax list. 522 37
,1.11. Brand, Deputy Sheriff's bill, 17 10
M. S. Chandler, Sheriff's bill, 247 05
J. F. Pingrey, Clerk's bill, IG 30
O.K. Brink, Coroner's bill, 41 uG
Brink & Wood'cy, whitewa.hing Jail, 7 00
Parker &. Allen, "publishing tax notice, a 57
W. L. Webster, team hire, 7 00
S. Allen, sawdust for Court room 1 50
F. .1H.S, beds for Jail,and abstracts. 3li CO
C. C. Webster, books for Register's office 39 40
1. Densmore, illegal tax refunded, 11 5ti
S.J. VV'illnrd. School District map, S 00
A. B. Hawlcy,medical nfee on prisoners 3 00
W. II. Bennett, team for Co. Ciuiunis's, 1 75
A. Hal I,war on door in Auditor's office, 2 5H
Mileage and per diem of Co. Coiumi.sion'g 32 2S
Bills allowed ay n/ity CmmndttumtrsJuly, 1SG2.
N. 1). Carpenter, cleaning Court
E N W A
Adam, aa such
»soring as a of the humbojs of earth,I A artieles usnafly kept S
-IN-iaU aaoro modem onea. such
Croehery and Stone
«nle by S C. HARLAJf
Teo. Tobaeeo, Cigars, 3iol»«es
*****&&**> got, has not been S 2 7 St. LooU mafat
1 Ia S
sway a nay it was io rropol to cheaper iS»
L. Bates extra services as Co. Commi'r,
Mileage and per diem of County Com'r'
Bill* ailmc&l hy Cwnty Gmmdetiuners OeUher
L. ScotieId. extra services as Co. Com.. 3 00
Mileage and per diem of County Coram'a 19 04
Dtlls allowed hy Omaty Gmmi**i,n*r8 December,
1 »2. Setsti/n
J. B. Wakefield, Constable's bill, 5 00
It. linuk. Coroner's bill.
Frank Ives, Justice's bill,..'
11. larker, printing.
Bttcher, for lamps,
I. 8. Kellogg, for lamps,
Carr, 5 00
C. •'. & E. L. Baker for conductor pipe
for Court House, A 42 50
M.Comstock, constable foes, 40 60
Chas. McGlashan, fluid for Court House, 3 85
S. B. Foot, fluid for Court House 3 00
Chas. McGlashan, clothes for prisoners, 3 75
J. B. Parkhurst, clothes for prisoners,* 8 83
W. II. Bennett, team hire tor prisoners, 15 00
J. Going, for Clerk's fees Ac., 100 65
Fine of Michael Carr,. SO 00
A. II. Taicey, Justice bill, 8'J 82
A. If. Taicey, Justice bill, IS 20
Thomas McMannus, Justice bill, 24 66
A. H. Jon«s, stationery far Clerk's office, 6 54
U. B. Smither, Justice bill 78 66
8. Allen, forsawdust for Court room,-- 1 00
Jame Lawlher, tax refunded, 24 £6
E. P. Lowater, stationery. 2 7c
L.Stephens, traveling tecs, 1 t»S
Mileage and per diem of County Corn's 36 30
C. K. Uriii'c. •roncra bill
F. F. PhilUo, Constable's I
O. F.Smith, D. Dickey, and ]}. Cheney,
fct sorvk-csus Co'iiiiiM.^ioner.-* in
Wright, team hire.
mistook, Constable's bill,-
inr Red Wiu^r and Mantorvillc Road. 72 3j
G.i.iiihue Co Ki.-publL-.-in for printing,-- 11 -z:
J. II. Brand, Uoputy SheniPs bill, 70
S. Chandler, Sheriir's bill, )i oo
1). 15. Kee I, M. for analvzinc stoin-
ueh of '•Viiliam Stanton,
E. Finch, XI. D., f.r post ):l.-,r^eln
amination Ac., by or ier of Crouo
•1. B. Wakell-1.1. Constable's bill,.-
A. L?. Uawley, M. D.. for post mortem
i-xamina'ionsbyerd.r of coroner,•• yo 00
U. 11. Smither, Ju.-tive bill,-' 13 81
Krank Ive.*, Justice bill, jjj 43
I C. Fierco, illegal tax of i-S57. refunded
Edmund White, damages assessed hv
Koad Commisioners. 10 04
Mileage and per diem of Co. Commis'r's 10 00
Hill*allowed'by Cvunty (Lrnmie*i,nerg S^ite/nber,
J. F. Pingrey, Clerk's bill,
Fr«ss Printing Com'y. Aasossors* blanks
J- F. Pingrey, for extra services as Coun
W. L. Webster, team hire
Frank Ives. Justice b.ll
J. II. Brand, Deputy Sli.vr.l'
Brown «fc Octcher, )ir oil
Mather Clark, tor lamps
£o.»dhne County Republican, printing, 10 00
Constable's bill, ". 8 35
U. Densmore, services at tax sale, Ac.,.. 81 50
Mileage and per diem of County Corn's, SO 44
by County Auditor:
Jan. 9, Interest on bond N
Simmons or Johnson, vol.appro
iJesfs° MelnUra, volunteer appro
T. S. Mills, volunteer appropria 8 7£
John Boa*, volunteer mtZ**£E& 5
volunteer appropri a
Jan. 10, 8 Chandler, Shenfl and Dep
uty foes, t.tsa SO
W W Clark, Clerk's fooa, 54 *1
Urand Jurors'fees, ftg §6
Petit Jurors'fee*, 246 85
itties*' Kca, "rg
IT, Interest on boo Is Nos 40.8i, *t.
2', 20 1, 81,18, 8, and W 7 1 58
2 2 1 a a
S 5 S I
13, Town of Red Wing, ol appto.,* IT 84
Hartford Insurance Company,
,* O 45
a S °lanteer appropria', 5 08
5 S S
««e« appropri* S
S Tyler, aawin* wood, is 34
at A volnnteerappropri' 1
28, A Jacfcson, witness feel,
Jufaoaoa. wtuwes fees, Jan
John Kelly, witness fees, Janu.
10, Interest on hoods Noa. -3, r2, 75,
2,87»and 75--.. 8 a 7a
Jesse Molntire, volunteer appro' 28 84
W Gates, sawing wood, 15 S5
12, Mather & CUvrk. for fluid,• 95
Interest on bond No. 67, 18 02
23, Charles Hudson and Charles
Gould wituess foes, Jan. 18t2, 7 87
Volunteer commif.ee orders,-• 27 91
lSond No. 19 and interest, 220 00
Juno 11, James Sutherland, Wells Creek
bridge appropriation 25 00
II Mattson, salary as Co. Aud'r 125 00
Andrew Cotter, Cannon River
bridge appropriation 100 00
Interest on bonds No*. 7S, 72,78,
76, 66 and 55, 237 26
Court Etnenau, May, 182, term:
Grand Jurors' fees, 291 84
Petit Jurors' fees, 429 77
Witness' fees, 121 98
Pingrey, salary as Co. Att'y 75 00
July 1, Mattson, salary as Co. Audt'r 125 00
3, 8 Anderson, witness' fees,--.*- 3 70
10, A Collins, on road appropria
tion in Roscoe 37 50
23 An Ire Cotter, Cannon River
bridge appropriation 50 00
William Williamson vol: appro' 43 00
W Parker, mending stove 10 0
Ole Olson, witness' fees 3 64
Aug. 1, Mattson, salary as Co. Audt'r 125 00
Bountie* to volunteers, at per
resolution of Board of County
Commis'is,July 30, 1862,--$6,420 00
6. Interest on bonds Nos. 49 & 60, 72 00
16, Interest on bonds Nos. 77,74. 70,
and 69, 80 00
Sopt.l, Joss, salary as Co. Auditor, 125 00
Ratio & Christ, vol. appropri'n 24 00
2, Clias. Anderson 40 00
8, Simmons & Johnson, vol. appro. 55 62
12, Interest on bond No. 2 4S 00
1, Joss, salary as Co. Auditor, 125 00
9, A Uawley, volunteer appro'n 21 00
Hagler, road appr' in Roscoe 5 00
Jesse Mclntire, vol. appropria'n 3 00
Jesse Mclntire, vol. appropriu'n 5 59
17, David Hancock, ballauce of note
and interest 63 00
28, IIPaiker,cxp'esat Wabashaw 3 80
30, Interest on bond No. 54 30 00
N-7. 1, Joss, salary as Co. Auditor 125 00
26, Sweney & Hoy t, vol appropria'n 21 87
A Jones, appropiiation- 6 25
Judges of Election for making
returns, 23 40
I S Kellogg for oil 2 25
Dec. 1, Joss, Balary as Co. Auditor 125 00
4, E Corastock illegal tax of 1853
refunded 31 52
9, A Benson for 87 dollars Can
non Falls and St. Paul road
orders taken up at 50 per cent. 43 50
15, S Chandler Sheriff and Depu
ty's fees for Dee.term ot court 148 00
20, Phoenix Insurance Company, in
surance on Court House 73 95
8.1, Frauk Ives canvassing election
returns S 40
Joss salary as Co. Auditor 125 00
Chas. Thomas vol. appropria'n 11 50
Interest on bonds Nos. 31, 3?,40,
47. 50,48, 8, 1, 61, 96, 10-i. US,
71, 68, 87, 03, 20, 85, 89 & 88, 730 3S
Gand Jurors' tees Dec.term 1SI»2 76 14
Petit Jurors'fees do do do 205 07
Witness' lees lor do do do 44 06
above bonds for the years 1830
GO Gl '62
For outstanding county orders to
For interest on $5,SG6 71 of tho
above orders as accepted
F-"»r balance of judgment in favor
of Sraith, Meigs & Co., with
For balance of judgment in favor
of U. Farrington & 'Jo with
For balance of Volunteer appro
For balance of Road and Bridge
Court House, 4
Excess of Afsette orer Lia
P-t, S*at\r 3 8
STATS or MIWWESOTA.*
County of Ooodhae.f
bridg? 7 to certity that the foregoing is a
12, Bunch, 2* cord of wood CT'**?6 **Bt
20. Joseph OtU, cords wood 7.7. 1 2 ««J*f by tha county during the year 13«,end
F. Joes. Connty Auditor.
Jan. S less
From January l^t, 1302, t» October 10th,
1S'»2, funds were received from sources und in
amounts as below stated
On delinquent tax of 1ST
Ou delinquent tax of 1S')S
On delinquent tax of 1659,•
On delinquent tax of 1SC0,
On Delinquent tax of 1SG1,
Financial Exhibit Goodhue GJ.,JUH
For Court House bonds, dim in
0 '62'83 6 65 '66 '07 '68
I '6'J 70 and '71
jFor balance of interest due
$21,650 00 *P
Amount due on real estate tax
Amount of interest accrued on
same to date
Amount due on real estate tax
Amount of interest accrued on
same to date
Amount due on real estate tax
Amount of interest accured on
same to date
Amount of personal property tax
of .85 9
Amount due on real estate tax
of 186 0
Amount do on personal proper
ty tax of 1860
Amount due on real estate tax
Amount of interest accrued on
same to date
Amount do on personal proper
lax of 1861
Amount doe on real and personal
property tax of 186 2
Value of county buildings
Value of available personal prop
erty belonging to the county,
such aa sales, furniture of
760 0 0
177 3 3
1,922 3 1
347 6 2
24 1 1 4
4,101 4 8
67 4 6 8
2,712 5 8
33 1 8 4
18,648 4 8
25,850 0 0
1,100 0 0
the m»aey« paid and re
R'-» *A °t «f *»«l eoant on the last day
4 S tfcim
-cd Audit* it!O
J. a. BBANO
S S S S 5 ft^H«%«^^mmifemW»o*mmaw
ar.TZ' S they eazrhohs«a*tln tL»^ty.
M»y 1 if a a
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2 he beat tot of KklmUMKMZ
Keep your feet Warm
SOMETHING NEW—AN IMPORTED
Just tho tiling for this celd climate.
Durability and Comfort Combined.
A large assortment—CALL AN SEE AT
v7nl9rn3 O N E S
E W I N I N N
Plum street, But tide Jour door*from Maim street.
Come Citizens and Farmers all.
And give the New Saloon a call',
I'll dish you up an Oyster stew.
Or roast, or fry, ah may please you,
Or chicken nicely fricasseed,
Or in any othejr form you need
And Turkeys roasted, boned or fried,
(They were nice and fat betore they died,)
Then there's head cheese and pickled feet,
And spare-rib too, all you can eat
And steaks of beef and pork,and piekl'd tripe
And sometimes a rabbit, sometimes a snipe,
Sometimes a dish af venison,or partridge rare,
Or other wild game caught with satire
Or mime, or apple,or cranberry,
Or other kind, as housewife fair,
Can manufacture with skillful care.
Then add to these all kinds of cake,
Such as good housewives like to make
There's pickled cabbage, or cold sluw
And apples either cooked or raw,
And other fruit of various kinds
Pickles, Catsups, these you'll find,
With fish, and eggs, and sausage too,
All kept on purpose to please you
In drinks I'm hound to give you all,
The various kinds for which you call,
That health and happiness can give,
And make liie pleasant while you live.
So gentlemen and ladies fair,
Give me call, and with great care
I'll strive to please you one and all,
Both male and female, great and small.
J. F. BECK.
N- B.—Ladies' Saloo up stairs—entrance
out side. Mrs. BECK in attendance.
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See Mirror offashions, or for full particulars,
specimen of sewing, etc., send a stamp lor ro
turn postage. Address,
473 Broadway, New fork.
Every lady, mother, milliner and dress-ma
ker should have one of these valuable sewing
New Clothimr, Store.
THE LARGEST AN BEST STOCK JV
FAL AND W I N E
That was over brought into the City ef Bed
Wing, may now be found at the
OLD STONE STORE,
On Bush street, near the corner of Main street,
O WIXG V1FI7VESOTA.
subscriber has just fitted up and fur
nished the above named store, aad now
offers for sale a sleek of Goods that in point of
This ia bat a branch of the Largest
fftclariaar K-ttablinhnsrot in tb W and
I am thus enabled to sell goods at
WhoktaU and Retail at
I W A E E I E S
Sept. 17, 1S«2.
A Large Invoice of all Kind* of
Which win be sold at prices to defy
4 J. B. PASKfltTBST.
14, It&e MLtrtJ
Grottst •edical Circular
totter |SRM for twe
DBS. JACKSON, HERBEBT A CO., Pro
prietors of the National Dispensary, establish*
edCincinnati, O., Jan. 1. '59. cure all private
dibcases with unexampled rapidity. We guar
antee to cure Gonorrhea, Oleet, Syphillis. Im
potency, Nocturnal Emission*, or Self-Abase,
DIURNAL Emissions, Female Complaints, in
short, every possible form and varietV of Sean*
lar Disease. Dares rapid, thorough and per
manent, and fees moderate. Send for oar Cit
cular—a-i-rrssK large 8 in. by 11 in. letter
pages, of varied, valuable- and ikTBaxarivo
matter. Also, a drooler intended for iadleo
Dr. Jaokson's female Pllls—on* dollar far
Dr. Jackson's Ooiental Liniment, a grant
iavigorator of Genital Organs- sawn w* Cm
Special writtenlopliea, well sealed .sent wi'.k
the Circular, witheut charge. One of too
eheapaat moat interesting and Important book*
ever pcblished.aoo pages, 100 engrsvingo"Tbo
MounUin of Light, or Medical Protector and
Marriage Guide, and an Explicit Key to Lor*
and Beauty." It SATISFACTORILY nveal
various subjects never before rally explained
in any popular work in the English language.
Price 50 cts. and one 8 cent stamp, or three for
one dollar and three 8 cent stamps. Fully des
cribed in Circular, which every young man
should have, whether sichor well.
Medicine with instructions, sent promptly to
any part of tho country. Consultation booms
of tho Dispensary, No 167 Sycamore st. P.
O. Box No. 43e.
Yanderroort Dickerson & Co.,
Tljy FLdLTE, #C*
AND PZA1.XBS X3T
99 and 201 Randolph street, Chicago,.
P. 0. Box 3167.
E. L. BAKER,
(Successor to 0. S. ds £. L. Baker.)
Wholesale and Retail
I A I I
Hard-ware, Tin-wre and Sto?es,
CROSS CUT SAWS,
I O N
PSSU SLIGO, SWEDISn, JCKGLISH AV9
fcc, 4&c., Sec.
All kinas of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper
work manufactured to order by experienced
January 1,1863. nolivTly
BROWN & BETCHER,
A I N S E E E W1NO
Have on hand, and oner to the public the meat
complete assortment of
tmtwm am* Tarn W a
IRON, STEEL, NAIL8.
OF EVEBT DESCBirTION.
E O S E N E A S
OIL, A I N ETC
tiRAlllIM, A E 8 CO.
Manufacturers of, snd dealers in every va
Shlss*le», rickets, o*ce.
DRY FINISHING LUMBER
01a.ln« a a i^ioorlxxc
Always os hand at the Bluff Mills.
UTEET AN EXClAfWC,
tumstrt^btumm *ert%ef Fifth***,
W to a
W formerly n«ad ay W Grow.sad ha
TO piessvre smfcehror travellers I eao
a as#a« 4 0 the
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