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SINGrER & CO.'S
E E ••A
Family Sewing Machine,
With all the new Improvements,
(Ilommer, Braider, Binbr Feller, Tucker,
Corder, Gatherer, & A 4 is the
CHEAPEST AND BEST,
And mobt beautiful of all
Machines for Family Sewing
and light manufacturing purposes. It makes
the interlocked stitch (which is alike on both
•idea,) and bos great capacity for sewing
ALL KINDS OF CLOTH,
ALL KINDS OF THREAD,
Iveii LEATHEK, as well as the finest MUS
LIN, may be sewn to PERFECTION on this
machine. It will use 200 spe 1 cotton as well
as No. 30 linen thread. What it can do can
only be known by seeing tho
9 1 A I N E E S E
The folding-top Case is among the most valu
able of tho new improvements. It may be
opened out us a spacious und substantial table,
to suftuin the work, and when the machine
ia not in use it may he folded into a box, which
protects the working purls of the Machine.
There is no other machine to equal the Letter
A in simplicity, durability, rapidity and cer
tainty of correct action at all rates of speed.-
The Family Sewing Machine
Is fast becoming as popular for family use as
S I N E CO.'S
I N A I I I A I N E S
are for manufacturing purposes.
The Branch Offices are well supplied with
BILK TWIST. THKEAD, NEEDLES, OIL
A of the very best quality.
Send lor a PAMPHLET and a copy of
•SINGER A Co.'s GAZETTE."
I. M. SINGER CO.,
458, Broadway N, Y.
J3T"St. Paul, office, 250 Third Street.
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"Only infalliblo remedies known."
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See that COSTAR'S" name is on each
Box, Bottle and Flusk. before you buy.
Address E N R. COST A R,
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n47v7 Red Win?, Minn
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UYERY AN EttRMiGE,
snxxtJk a ii
L\km ttrttU betmn fbvrtk «J- Fftk strata,
Reel W in Minnesota
The subscriber ha* teased the old stand
formed? need by W. S. Grow, and kv»
__ b*#t socked stable w««t of the MtssiMip
Iftver. pleasure seekers or travellers I
famish aa good
Ta*n Outs" a» the county
nlS: vs.tf WX1GQT.
by the barrel, aaak orpoand. for «*J
fcy -*. C. HARLAN.
._BK WARI, OnOurf and Ston*
Warn, .or nmto by 8. C. HARLAN.
N Tea. Tol«ae*o,
ERIT alone makes a S E W I N M,V
CHIN valuable. The people are per
ceiving that glowing representations are not
'i hat it is economy and wisdom to purchase
only a SEWING MACHINE of
Known Practical Utility.
There are 105,000 Machines in use in this
country and Europe.
Thi* Machine is PROFITABLE and AVAIL
ABLE A LIFE TIME.
It is eqral to TEN Seamstresses.
An, Annual Dividend of 100 to 500 per cent.
(on its cost) may be obtained in use—by its
possessor. This is the only
in the world making tho LOOK-STITCH with
the ROTATING HOOK, and using the GLASS
E O E II. I E N E N
General Agent for Illinois. Wisconsin, Iowa,
Northern Indiana, Minnesota and Kansas,
Luk Street, Chicago.
25F*Circu'ars may be had on Application or
by post. BAKER &MAUVIV
n46\'7Iy Agents, Red Wing
Now offer their Celebrated
LOCK A N N O STITC
To the public as being THE MOST PERFECT,
and adapted to more different Kinds of
work than any other Sewing
Machine now in use.
have been spent in their perfection.
as the Company were determined not to
put their Machines into market until chey
could sustain tho assertion which they now
niko, that they are the
Best in the World!
The great quantity of worthless Sewing Ma
chines that have b:en palmed off upm the un
suspecting public l»y those without character,
from the faet that thpy were sold at a low
price, is surprising r-nd in view of this state
of things, we have male it a long, untiring
study to produce a machine that could in no
way bo classed among them, and finally to
lead the van of first clas Sewing Machines now
in use. An intelligent examination of its raer
its will show that we have accomplished our
1st. Some of tho valuable features of this
Machine over all others Its reversible feed,
either to the right or lvft itspcr'ect reliabili
ty, never skipping stitches and the making
of four different stitches for tho various kinds
of work the operator may wish to do.
2d. is almost noiseless—runs very fast
and the change of the feed is made whilst th
tuachi is in motion.
3d. It makes the lock stitch, which has been
considered heretofore bv an almost universal
verdict, as the only reliable one made. We
add to that the double Ix-lc, which makjs it
doubly sure the half and full knot stitches,
being a perfect knot to every stitch, which is
more durable than can be made by any other
machine, or by hand, and in all cases leaving
the stitches on both sides the work alike.
The feed may be reversed at any point
desired without stopping the Machine.
Changes for the various stitches' may be made
while the machine is in motion.
Its stitches are the wonder to all.
Tho beauty of it is unsurpassed.
No other covers large a range of work.
Sews light and heavy abrics with equal fa
The work will feed eithor '-o the right or left.
Runs quietly, sews rapidly.
No difficulty experienced in sewing across
Needle more readily adjusted than in any
Tailors cannot afford to without them.
Every family should have a Florence."
Its motions are all positive.
Will last a litetune.
No springs to get out of order.
Is thoroughly practical
The hemmer the most practical in use.
Turns wide and narrow hems and will fdl
It braids neatly and handsomely without
tho slightest alteration.
The inexperienced find no difficulty in using it
Oils no dresses, all its machinery being on
the top of the table.
Every machine warranted.
It will substantiate all we claim forit.
Barnum's self server which guides the work
itself, furnished with each one o! our machines
free of charge.
Samples of sawing and descriptive circular
will be sent to any address on receipt of stamp.
FLORENCE SEWING MACIUNE CO.,
Salesrooa* IS4 Lake street,
SAVES THE E E a
Prevents Pain in the Chest or Back—
•x a A
SB woas rr*sL»—K,
SENT BT MAIL.
inventor, at Carnal! A Co.* S W Machine
COOOSWELL* W A E N E S Patent
liber*! term* at
BROWN A E S
GroTer & Baker and Lock Stitch.
GROVER &. BAKER'S
At our office alone
can purchasers exam
ine the relative merits
of each stitch, and be
guaranteed ultimate &
by our privilege of ex
exchanging for either
style, if not suited with
their first choice.
GROVER & BAKER'S
N O 9
A Sewing Machine
that will not embroid
er as well as stitch is
not the one for fumily
use. Grover & Baker's
both stitch and em
broider with equal fa
GROVER .v BAKER'S
Wo have lately intro
duced anew style fam
ily Sewing Machine,
making the Shuttle
Stitch, or stitch alike
on both Bides, arrang
ed in the same stye.
and sold at the same
pricos as our Grover &
Baker Sti tchMachincs.
GROVER & BAKER'S
$45 to $100.
£55 to $100.
Our No. 9 Machine ia
admirably adapted to
the wants ot all Manu
facturers, ard is tar
more simple, durable
and cheaper than any
other Shuttle Machine
in use, and a great fa
vorite wherever intro
GROVER & BAKER'S
STIT3H I EMBROIDER
With Equal Facility.
Call and examine onr
Mach ines before pur
chas elsewhere. We
manufacture a large
variety of styles of each
stitch, and adapted to
the Requirements of
Families and Mannfac
urers of goods whore
Isewing is employed.
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NOTICE OF SALE UNDER EXECUTION.
TJNDERnnd by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the District
Court in and for the county of Ramsey, State
of Minnesota, Second Judicial District, by the
?hlk tn» 28d day of May. A. D.
1S63, on a judgment rendered in said Court on
the seventh day of February, A. n. 1859, where
Pontiff and Joseph Scott.
Caleb M. Lewis and J.W. Crawford, late part^
ners as Lewis, Scott A Co., was defendants, in
lavor of said plaintiff and against said defend
ants lor the sum of eight hundred and thirtv-
M-100 ^$836.04) dollars, and four and
10-100 dollars increased costs a transcript of
said judgment was, on the tenth day of Feb
ruary, A. n. 1859, docketed in said Goodhua
county, which said execntion was to me direct
ed and delivered, I did, on the 8th day of June,
A. n. 1863, levy npon all the righe, title and
interest which the above named Joseph 8cott,
Caleb M. Lewis and J.W Crawford,late part
ners us Lewis. Scott & Co. had, on the tenth
day ot February, A. D. 1859, or has, at any time
since had in and to the. following described
lands and premises with all their appurtenan-
in a 5
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
1 shall, on the 2Sd day of July, A. D. 1»8S. at
10 "'dock iu the forenoon of said day, at the
lrontdoorof the Court Heuse. in the city of
Ked Wing, in Goodhue county, State of Minne
sota, offer for sale at punlic auction.under said
execution,the lands and premises so levied upon
as aforesaid, and shall then and there strike off
and sell the same for cash to the highest bid
der, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to
satisfy said execution, together with legal in
terest, costs and disbursments. Dated at Red
Wing, Goodhue county, Minnesota, Jnne 9th,
A. D. 1803. MARTIN S. CHANDLER,
Sheriff of Goodhue countv, Minnesota.
BRISBIN & BIOELOW, n46v?w7
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
is hereby given that in pursuance o"
a license granted to the undersigned as
administrator ot the estate of Benjamin D.
Gay, deceased, by the Probata Court of Good
hue county, I shall, on the \oth day August,
A. D. 1863, between the hours often o'clock
A and four o'clock P. M., of said day. at
the front door of the Court House, in the city
of Red Wing, county of Goodhue. State of
Minnesota, proceed to sell at public auction
the following described real property in said
Goodhue county, to the highest bidder for
cash, to wit The northwest quarter of south
west quarter of section 2S, and the southest
quarter of southeast qrarter of section 29, and
the west half of southeast quarter, and south
west quarter of northeast quarter, and north
half of northeast quarter of section 32, all in
township 113 norih of range 16 w«st. Said
land^ will be offered in forty acre lots, subject
to Rack tuxes. Dated Juno 27. IS'!:*.
C. tfc J. C. MCCLCRE. Attorneys
vTiidy for Administrator.
is hereby given that, by virtue of
an ord'-r of the Probate Court in and for
Goodhue county. Slate ol Minnesota, at a i«po
cial cession o*' said Court held at the city of
Kod Wing, in said'eonnty, on the 4th day of
dune. A. D. ib'»3. I, C. C. Webster, Adminis
trator of the estate of Willi ni A. Bicklord,
ilecensed. wi 1 sell at public auction, to tlu*
highest bidder for cash, on Thursday, the 10/A
day tf Aug net, lS(i3, at 10 o'clock the tbro
noou ol tliut day, at the front door of the Court
House, in the City of Ucd Wing, in said comity
the following described tracts and parcels ol
Land lying and being in said Goodhue Coun
ty, to wit The East half (e)^) of tha North
East quarter (ne%) of section number twenty
two  and the North half (nj^ of Nortl/
west quarter (nwJ4) ot 83i-tion number twen
ty-throe (*iC) in Township Number one liuml
red and ten (110) North of Kange number lif
teen (15) West.
-»atcd at Red Wing, July 22d, 1883.
C. C. Wi.nSTLU, Administrator.
STATE OT MINNESOTA-!
Goodhue County, tie.
William E. Ward, Plaintiff,)
Truman Good water, Summons
J. W.Cossand for Kelief.
Mary Ann Coss, Defendants.
First Judical District.
E State of Minnesota to the above named
I defendants, Truman Goodwatcr, W.
COM and Mary Ann C*ss you and each of you
are hereby summoned und required answer
the complaint in this action, which has been
tiled in the office of the Clerk of said Court at
Bed Wing, in said county, and to serve a copy
of vour-answer to the said complaint oi?the
subscribers, at their office, in the city of lied
*V nig. in said county, within twenty days after
the »crvice hereof, exclusive ol the day of such
service and if you tail to answer said com
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
iu this action wil. «?pply to the Court for the
relief demanded in iid complaint. Dated
lied Wing, Minn., April 3th, 1863.
WILDER A JVILLISTON,
v7nolw7 Plaintiff's Attorney's.
VT/HEKEAS Ezri M. Kond did, on the thir
tieth day of October, A. o. 1355, execute
and deliver to Marvin Heed a certain inden
tuic of mort. age bearing date on *aid day for
the purpose of securing a certain sum of money
therein named, whereby he did grant aud con
vey to the said Marvin Reed, his heirs and as
signs, the following described lands lying and
ciug in the county of Goodhue, and Slate of
Minnesota, to wit Tiie northeast quarter of
section nine (9) in township number one hun
dred and thirteen (119) north of range number
sixteen (16) west, containing one hundred and
sixty acres mors or less which said indenture
of mortgage was duly acknowledged on the
thirtieth day of October, A. D, 1&55, and on the
slst day of October, 1S55, at 9 o'clock A. n. of
that day was filed for record, snd dnly record
ed in the office ol Register of Deeds for the
county of Goodhue aforesaid, in first book of
Mortgages on pages 71 snd 72. And whereas
ssid indenture of mortgage was, on the 23th
dsy of January, a. o. 1961. duly assigned snd
transferred by the mortgagee aforesaid to Har
mon Hubbard, which ssid alignment, duly
acknowledged, was, on the Mb dsy of Febru
ary, A. v. 1861. at 9 o'clock A. M. of that day,
duly recorded in the office of Register of Deeds
in and lor the county of Goodhue ato eoaid, in
book 3 of Miscellaneous Records, on pages iWi
mni 470. And wheress default has be made
in the condition of ssid mortgage, and there is
1 is doe at the date
now claimed to be de and
of this notice, npon sad ssertf age, the cam of
fonr bnndrsd and twelve dollars and sixty- Jour
sent* (f4l*.*4), and no suit or proceeding at
lew or'otherwise bos been instituted torecov
er said debt secured by said mortgage, or any
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given' that
by virtue of the power of Mile in said indenture
of mortgsee contained, and agreeably to the
Statute in eaett case mode and provided, the
sbora described mortgaged premises will be
sold tar the Sect iffof Goodhoe county aforesaid.
at public auction, to big bes bidder,
StSmUf, mtk steptheJnpni,tA. J. ISW,e at
It o'clock in the forenoon of ssid dsy. at the
front doer ef the Coon Fen*e, the city of
Bed Wing, twenty of Gooubse aforesaid, to
satisfy the efeteaeid a and aH legal
easts.charges and djsbnrsesaeote. Hated at
a W C. MeCseiiL S S E
Attemye for Aav'gnee
State of Minnesota,* if P^
County of Goodhue* A CotTBT.
N the matter of the application of Sophia W
1 Albee foreign guardian of Frederick-Anstie
Albee, for authority to sell the real estate wTft£
in this county of her said. ward.
On reading and filing the application of So*,
phia W. Albee, foreign guardian of Frederick!
Austin Albee, ber son, aged seven years, for
authority to sell the real estate within this*
county of her said ward, to wit: lot' No. four
it'iiiS m*No-'Wjty-efcfcX*8), intbecit
0 0 O in to
Sfl nerin W,?
*n Goodhue county, State
of Minnesota, to wit: Lot- three (8). fifty-five
(55), fifty-six ^515), fifty-seven (57^, fifty-eight
^53) and fifty nine(59 in block one (1),and a
raction adjoining lot fifty nine (59) bounded
by Main and front street, in front of block six
(6) to low water mark, excepting twenty-four
(24) feet on the north-west end of said fraction.
Lots eight (8) and nine (9) in block five (5), lots
two (2) and three (3) in block six (8). lot nine
(9) in block five (5) in Bailcs addition to the
town of Central Point.
S A S S
It appearing to this Court from such apnlU
oW^Sfi 5 '?f :.a
aayoj Augvtt,A.t}..lStf ,atl0 o'clock fa fh* inm
a a 0 8
a why a
«lu oTsLn estatee-liienl
It is furthe, ordered that a copy of this order".
a S warPdean°dn"1,y "ext of'kin of1
ea&MLtiZ% £1 P»
estate at .east fourteen days before the hearin/
of the said application, or shall be publuhed at?
leart three (3) sacceasive weeks prior to a
day of hearing in the Goodhue Volunteer' a:
weekly newspaper printed and circulating in
1 S 6 8
Administrator of the estate of
Benj. D. Gay, deceased.
CLINTON G. REYNOLDS.
•""^i*'* Judge of Probate/
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
VXTHEBEAS Edward Fesenden did, on the
mxteenth day of February, A. D. 1858,
execute and deliver to Quin'on Bunch a certain
indenture of mortgage bearing date on said
day, for the purpose of securing the payment
ot a entrain sum of money therein named,
whereby he did grant and convey to the said
Quinton Bunch, his heirs and uesigns, the fol
lowing described lands King and being in tho
county of Goodhue* State of Minnesota, to wit 1
The south one-half of the southwest quarter
of section number thirteen (13), town 113
north of range number sixteen 16). containing
eighty acres of land, more or less which said
indenture of mortgage was duly acknowledged
on the 16th day of February, A. D. 1858, an
on the 25th day of February, A. I. 1858, at
2% o'clock P. M. of that day duly recorded in
the office ot Register ot Deeds for the county of
Goodhue aforesaid, in book 4 of Mortgage
Deeds pages 228 md 224.* And whereas said
indenture oi mortgage was, on the 1st day of
MMgned and transfer
red by the mortsagce aforesaid* tv Frederick
Koch, which said assiguh duly acknowl
edgewas on iheJ at day of J*uiie, A D.1803, at
•Ui clock P. M. dnly recorded in the office of
Kcgistei ot Deeds of the county of Goodhue
uforesaid in-»bok 3 ot M. )i. on page 137.—
And whereas default has been made in the con-
»«id mortgage, and there is now due
at the date of this notice upon said mortgage
the sum of forty-three dollars and nine cents,
aud uo suit or proceedings ut law have been"
instituted to recover the said debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby givjn that
by virtue of a powei of Sale in said indenture of
mortgage contained, and a*reeablv to the Stat
ute in such case made and provided, the above
described mortgaged premises will be sold by
the Sheriff of Goodhue county aforesaid, at
public auction to the highest bidder for ensh,
on the \bth day of Ai/gvet, A. l. 1SK8, at 10
clock in Ihe forenoon of -add *v, at the front
door of the Court llou.-e. in the" city of Red
Wing, county of Goodhue aforesaid, to sattslv
the aforesaid mortgage, and all legal costs and
charges,and disbursements. Dated Jnne 27th,
is J-KKDEKICK KOCU.
Assignee of Mortgagee.
C. fc J. C. MCCLCKE, Attorneys
4'Jv7w7 for A'ssigncc.
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