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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 13 August 1862

one years of age—Elizabeth Self, a tall span, made girl, modest, handsomely attired, beg ged leave to enter the jail to see her father. They permitted her, contrary to their usual custom and their savage barbarity, to go in. They had him in a small iron cige, a terri ble affair they opened a little door, and the jailor admitted her. A number of us went to witness the scene, As she entered the cage where her father was—who was to die nt four o'clock that afternoon—She clasped him.around the neck, and he embraced her ul»o, throwing his arms across her should ers. They sobbed and cried they »hed their tears and made their moans. I stood by, aod.I never beheld such a sight since (rod Almighty made me, and I hope 1 may never'.see the like nsain. When they had parted, wringing each other by the hand, as she came out of the cage, stammering and trying to utter something intelligible, she lisped my nam?. She knew my face, and 1 could understand as much as that she de sired me to write a dis...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 13 August 1862

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. HOME COLUMN. RED WING, AtJUUtfT 18th 1SG2. Pi-xrMBS and Blackberries are get- ting ripe, and in a few days will be fit to pick. They are unusually plenty this summer. E A E S E has just received a A O N O N E W North Present. rup offers to give §100, towards bounty fund to be paid to volunteers, provided enough volunteer irorn this county from a draft. W next? APPOINTED.—Messr a Hodgman have boen appointed agents' in this place, for the Milwaukee La Cross* and St. Paul Railroad. Per-j sons having business to transact with them will find them obliging and ac- oommodatincr. O O E A Wright of this place has been promoted to a Lienten «ncy in his company of Sharp Shoot- compliment. low, and his promotion a deserved|nation, each to havehit his O E A N E S I is not often wo have cause to complain at our vis^ itors for carrying away our papers, but "we do sometimes. Last week we missed the Thursday and Friday num- liers of the Press, which was very vexacious. Pl...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 13 August 1862

ii m, i. .. UUUIII IIM WENewltynonwc rt SB-SB &»*«*«£ .„• €JH ICA O \mm&xtti&« Sewing Machine Go |&PT0ECOR. LAKE AND OLAKKSTS. OVQr A. II. Miller's Jcwclery Store, E a 2 5 Clnrk Street. arc introducing to tlic public a Invented nnd Ilocentlv Pntented Sowing Machine, the inventor of which has "•discarded entirely the use of ohms and byinsolvent thu "application of a NEW COMBINATION in me chanics, has accomplished results heretofore •itnattained by any inventor, and produced a 'Machine capable of as great range ot work as any other Machine in market, and better adapted t: the ,ir.s"f the community, as he has combined, to a greater extent than in any other patent, CHEAPNESS WITH KX«:KLI.ENOE. "DURABILITY with SIMPLICITY, and Nois.lessness of Action, to a degree not approached by any other Machine. Orr Machines are JLicenviedby Ellas How and Associates And are manufactured at the well known es taltlishment of Miles Greenwood, ot Cincin nati, Ohio. Machines are put up- on...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 20 August 1862

2 »L'" .i/ii 4 t.»ob ... ..•••• Lilfi ft! it! ®k fjottttttm, PUBLISHED EVEKV WEDNESDAT, A E A A E N O or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum Strictly in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. |_F" Ten lines or lesismako a square. 3w $1 50 2 50 3 oC 6 00 8 00 13 00 4w Sw 1 gqu'r 2 nq'rs 6 sq'ra Kcol. fccol. 1 coli JAMER H. PArtltitit. Wit. U. Au_N. BUSINESS CARDS. W. W. PHELPS, A O N E A A W REDWING, MINNESOTA 51y A E S II. A E _. TTORNE7 CO UNSEL OR A LA W. And Notary Public. RED WIN«, MINNESOTA. E EXTR A PA OB PENSIONS Oflico in The Goodhue Volnntoer building C. & J. E A to & at a RED WING, MINNESOTA. Special attention eiven to the collection of claims against the United Slates for PAY AND BOUNTY of soldiers killed in battle or dying in the service of the Government. Oflie* in Brand's now building, next door to the Red Wing Mouse. _JtedWing, March Slh.lS'U. tf_ J. F. I N E A to Ac or at a RED WING MINN. Oflico at the Court fTonse. A to a el or at a ROSCOE, GOODHUE COUNTY. Will attend to a...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 20 August 1862

Mt 9ulttttten, i. UTPARSIS editor 4 W A 'JOtli, 1 S State Militia. Th President has called for 609,000 men, •nd there is no doubt the occasion was ur- gent. Jf that number should fail to accoin plish the work for which they are called, we must do one of two things we must per- mit the seceded States to go off*, or we must raise another legion to hurl against them. However prosperous* and flattering things may look now, we ought always to be pre pared for the worst to this end we rcconi diate organization of the entire State militia, that they may be ready for future or imme diate use the basis should be changed so as kept in operation we need not have wasted six months getting our armv ready to fljhl if it had been kept at work, the present re- cruits might hive gone into the field active operations immediately, instead of spending a large amount of valuable time in being prepared by drill for service. India Troubles. cy arrived at St. Paul yesterday, with the intelligence that the ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 20 August 1862

felt* 9filmtm. OFFICIAL PAPER 9 THE CITY. HOME COLUMN. RED WING, AUGUST 20th 1S62. REMOVAL.—Messrs. Smith & Dickinson hsve removed their bank into their new building on Mais street. GREAT YIELD OF WHEAT.—Persons who harvested the crop inform ns that the wheat on Dr. Aker's farm will yield at least thirty bushels to the.acre, and some say as high an thirty-five. That is a great yield, but not larger, it is believed, thaii many others in this county. Inost without a Council and going to the .war, R. N. McLaren and W. C. Williston Esqs., have both gone, and C. C. Johnson is getting ready to go. RED WING FIRE COMPANY.—No organi zation in the State of a local character has turned out so many men for the war as the Fire Company of lied Wing. Besides hav ing sent not less than ten or twelve under the former call, it feew sends eleven more, making one-half of its whole number, and the rest of them stand ready to go. The haracs of those who went recently are Wm. H. Wellington, llenrv Ile...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 20 August 1862

-JT* 7X&r**mwM^ijmaB*maBmmmilfmt mmtrnmaam Ji^mmMmimjinnMU 6 & tMi 8 CHICAGO Sewing Machine Co. OFFICE COK LAKE AN CLARK S Miller's Jcwelcry Store, E a 2 5 Ciarli Street. E1 are now Introducing to tho pablio a rNeivly Invented and Kecentlv Patented wiugi Machine, tin*, inventoT of which has 5 *W*«arded entirely the use of cams and by 3~° ^application of a NEW COMBINATION- in rae -»x-**'chunieSj--lMi-s accomplished results heretofore uuattained by any inventor, and produced a Machine capable of as rreat a ran«,'o ot work tts any other Machine in market, and betterand adapted t: tlie wants of the community, a* lie has combined, ton greater extent than in any other patent, CU£A.I»NKSS WITH EXCELLENCE, DURABILITY with SIMPLICITY,and Nois.lessnosa of Action, to a degree not approached by any other Machine. (h Machines are Licenced by Ellas lloio and Associates And are rnann*uctnrcd.at the well known es tablishment of Miles Greenwood, ot Cincin nati, Ohio. Machines are put up on p...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 3 September 1862

1 VOLUME 7, NUMBER 6. I he dtttttm, PjXftblSIIED EVE1U' WEDNESDAY, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum fttrictlvin advance. KATES O A1VKRTISIN«. 33^".Ton lines or loss make a square. 3w 4w $1 o" squ a sq f-i a oo ft sq'rsl 3 5Ci J^colJ 5 no ooi. 3 oo i"coi.~ 1 3 Oil 3 S3 00 4 5i „0 9 no 13 00 20 001 «M 00 3 oQ 4 on. 6 oo1 8 00 iioo 15 0•» 25 00 111 Oil lo 00 LEOAT. AivERTi9itE\r?, 40 otA. per *Cjtir. tor fi rst nse ti on. '25 ets.eachaubseqo CUTin coition. 'A IvortMsments set doable j*lumn,J^ price 'il'litional. Transient advertisements most bo paid for in advance, eorithinol advertiaennertts quar terly and legal advertisements before the day of sale. Rnsinoss Cards.! six linoO ftR pcryr-nr. A-ll idvtfrthssmentH ooncinuod until ordered ont. BUSINESS CARDS \V. W. I'l E I S A O 3 A A W REDWING, MINNESOTA 51 JAMES II. PARKER, ATTORNEY $• COUNSELOR A LA W. And Notary Public. RED WING. MINNKSOTA. Particular attention el von to tli" polio timi of claims apsdnst tin: United States. rr«w ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 3 September 1862

S I E EVEJ4Y WEDNESDAY, TKKMS or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum strictly in advance. HATKS O AI\ I HTISIN Ton lines or lost?make a square. a ao/if* scj'rHj 3 5Cj Hcol.j 5 noj $ ooi. 8 00 3 Oil 75 00 TiEa\T. AovERTisMKsrs, 4n eta. per *qnr. for first insertion. 25 ets. each subsequent insertion. -A tvertissmont set in double o*l«mviJjj price additional 1 Transient ad vortisem'jnts must be paid for id SdVitfleo, continued advertisements qnar torly and legal advertisements before the day Jfaalo. R*sino»R Cards,(six linciO ftfi per year. All ,idvjrtie'*ment* continued until ordered ©ot. ^BtTSlNBSS CARDS, W. W. E S A O E A A W REDWING, MINNESOTA oTy_ JAMES II. PARKER, A, 7 TORXEY CO UN* EL OR A LA W. A N a KED WTN(*, MlNNKSOTA. Particular attention ?iven to th« colicition of claims against iho United Stato-prrowSuffoniof tdic war, tor soldiers AKRKAB A BOUNTY MON EY. EXTRA I'AY OK PENSIONS. Slice in The Goodhue Volunt"cr building C. & J. C. MeCLURE, A to Ai a a RED WTXfl, MINNESOTA. Sp...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 3 September 1862

T' !MMmi»"-v r?»*r-T^r,-»w—y—... 3 S S 1 gHBFg I ®he 9*»M«tm, 1 I A E it he Weivs* Forts Ridgley and Ripley have been rein- forced, and there is no present danger to be apprehended from the Indians- in those vi. cinitics. A few days before the advance of Col. Sibley's force reached Fort Ridgley, the whole band, some four hundred- in number, abandoned the seigs and went towards Wood with a large train of plunder, and a large number of prisoners, mostly women and children. Probablv after Col. Sibley and, if possible, release the prisoners. in such matters, and are not now ambitious for the reputation. still iniist that, the main proposition is true, as the figures show. has spent a few months in throwing.up eni lav aside every consideration save the salva trenchments uround the fort to protect hi* tion of the couutry, and where that has been two regiments of infantry, he will make-aw done to the greatest ex'ent, there is the advance movement into tbe Indian country, strongost evidence...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 3 September 1862

iix,Ti-^K- •U-mv„wmuii-wi.i-ji&~?,:,..•—rr- OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. HOMJ COLUMN. BED WING, SEPTExMBER 3d, 1362. I E E N ATTENTION !—There will be a regular meeting of the Fire Company this craning at Firemen's Hall. Let the attend ance be as general as possible. S N A I By private letter from St. Louis we learn that MBJ. H. Bevans has been assigned to Gen. Curtis' division1 in Arkansas, There he now is on duty. COUNTV COMMISSIONERS.—The County Commissioners met yesterday. W have hot time to give any of their proceedings Ih Week, but shall lay them before our readers next week. I E I E N he Third Regiment left St» Louis on the 28th alt., and is ordered lo report at Fort Ridgley, They passed Winona yesterday at noon, and should have been here last night in the night, but they did not arrive. Probably the boat got aground between here and Winona. N I O N I N S E S W have baen in formed by a member of tho Union Minstrels that they intend shortly to give a concert, the net procee...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 3 September 1862

Ti*T,' i-J. 11,-UWj^ gwew" 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 Nichol...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 10 September 1862

flu alunim, I S E EVEKY WEDNESDAY, TEKSIS or Sur.soitu-Tio.N $1,50 per annum •.trietly in advance. •ATWS OF ADVERTISING. gg^" Ten lines or less make a square. 3\v 4w $1 51) $2 0« •3 50 3 00 Sw 1 *qu'r 8 sq'r* sq'rs )4 col. l"co"i.~ 3m 6 •y §3 00 4 6o $4 00 6 0" 10 00 UJ 00 1000 8 5LN 4 Ot»| 6 001 8 00 1-2 00 20 00 5 00 S 00 13 00 6 00| 9 00j 00| 15 00 10 00 1". 00 25 00 00 75 00 18 00j 15 00| 20 001 25 00 25 0040 1 40 00 LKOAL ADVEBTISMENTS, 40 ots. per squr. for ttrst insertion, 25 cts.o ach subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double o»lumn,% price ••ulditiomil. Transicnt*dvertisem,»iits must be paid for in advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the dayLo! sale. Business CarJs.( six lines,) $6 per year. All advertieaments continued until ordered out. BUSINESS CARDS. W. W. PHELPS A O N E A A W feED WING, MINNESOTA Sly JAMES H. PARKER, A TTORtfEY fr CO VNSEL OR A LA IF. A Notary RED WING, MINNESOTA. Particular attention fciven to the coll...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 10 September 1862

Wit Wthutmt A E it WlttgV S I 1 8 6 9 Mass Con vent ion. We are glad to see the liberal call that has been made by the Republican County Committee. It breaths the true spirit, and we hope to see all to whom the call applies assembled in Convention under it on the first of nex-t October. It is substantially what we have been contending for all sum mer, although we think it is very unfortu nately worded. We would not have invited Republic™* and all others who support the hdministra tson, nor would we have invited Democrats and all others who support the administra tion but we would have simply invited -nil who support the administration. But we are not disposed to quarrel about matters of form when the substance is ail right. Wo do, however, take this occasion to repel the unauthorized insinuation imbodied in the call that Republicans do rot support the ad ministration. The call is, no doubt, intended for all who support the administration, but lest there should be some Republicans wh...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 10 September 1862

0.! he Wdtttttm. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. b*»J HOME COLUMN. RED WING, SEPTEMBER 10th. .862. MASS CONVENTION. others who support the Administra lion, will meet in Convention at the Court House, in Red Wing, on Wednesday, the 1st day of October, 186-2, for the purpose of nomin ating candidates for the following offices One Register of Deeds. One County Auditor, to fill vacancy, and to long term. One County Sheriff. One County Attorney. One Clark of tha Court, to fill vacancy. One County Surveyor, One County Coroner. Two Representative-*. t)uted Red Wing, Sept. 5th 1S62: II. SIMMON'S, 0. W. LIBBY, T. JEWETT, E. II. KXOX, Countv Committee. N O I E I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds for Goodhue county, •for the ensuing term. If elected I will give, during the war or to the end of the term of such office, one-third of all the receipts of the office to the families of volunteers enlisted and 'gone from this county, For the faithful per formance of t...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 10 September 1862

-T^T**WT*V*^-»-" O JJi-JUOLL. THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. Connty of Goodhue, District Court, First. Judicial District. IN tho matter of the application of Isaac Nichols, an insolvent debtor, for a discharge Chapter 79 ol compiledto statuteprovisionsaof of the St of Minnesota, ontitlod, "Relief of insolvene debtors." To the creditors of said Jsaac Nichols, an in solvent debtor Please take notice, that upon reading and filing the petition, schedule, inventory and af fidavit of Isaac Nichols, a resident of said county anl State, praying to be discharged from his debts, pursuant to the provisions of chapter 79 of tho compiledStatntes 02 the State of Minnesota, entitled Iielief of insolvent debtors,'.' an order was made on the 26vh day ol May, A.Dv 1862, by the lion. S. J. Mc Millan, Judge of the District Court for the First Judicial District of said State, requirins the creditors of said Isaac Nichols to show cause if any they have, before the said Judge not made, and he bo discharged from ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 17 September 1862

I I I S E EVERY WEDNESDAY, TEIIMS or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annam strictly in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. HF™ Teh lines or lest* make a square. 3w $1 50 2 50 3 5C & 00 4w bw 1 aqnV 1 sq^r* 1 sq'M fccol. fccol. lcol. 3m £4 00 00 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 S 00 13 00 RED WING, MINNESOTA Professional advice or attendance will be promptly rendered, upon application at his office over the Goodhue County Drug Store, or at his residence at S. B. Foots. Rod Wing,.July 2, 1862. n49v6 I E W O JTI. Having permanently located in Red Wins*, would inform the citizens and vicinity that he i* prepared to 1'HACTICK mEDioiNE, and do all kinds of SunoEKY within the bounds of Ins pro fession. Office CORNER BUSH AND MAIN STREETS, next door to Bank. Whon not at his offico, can bo foand at Rob't Brown's Boar-ling House. Ofiice hours from 9 to 10 A. M. and 2 to 3 Hi 59 n4U6: 3m W. E. HAWKINS Fainter, Glazier A N PAPER BAXGER, All orders promptly attoudod to and faith, rally exeuted. Red WingJnno 1S60. F...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 17 September 1862

.' 3. ladcmnity for the destruction of property destroyed by their incursions. ~*^e *°vernnient hears no other re lation than that of a foreign and indepen detn State. Its legal process doe» not ran into their territory. It appoints no agents for their government, protection or control.extraordinary establishes no laws or regulations re specting them, and of consequence possess no means for the protection and security of its contiguous territory, by the preservation of friendly relations and feelings between Che twn races. The United States Government, on the other hand, appoints officers to reside among them, proscribes regulations for their intercourse with the whites', reimburses thera*for losses occa sicneifby the injustice of officers, agents or private citizens, punishes aggressions on their part, establishes forts and garrisons in their neighborhood, and in short exercises full and perfect sovereignty over them, except so far as it tacitly tolerates their own mode of govern m...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 17 September 1862

WktrnllmUtx. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. HOME COLUMN. BED WING, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1862. A S S O N E N I O N All loyal voters of Goodhue county are re quested to meet in Convention at the Court llounc, in Red Wing, on Tuesday, the 3:)th day of September, 130i, at two o'clock P. M., for the purpose of nominating candidates for the fol lowing offices One Register of Deeds. One County Auditor, to fill vacancy, and to fill long term. One County Sheriff. One County Attorney. One Clerk of the Court, to fill vacancy. One County Surveyor, One County Coroner. One Judge of Probate and Court Commis sioner. Two Representative''. Duted.Red Wing, Sept. 17th 1862. MANY CITIZENS. N O I E 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the bftVe of Register of Deeds for Goodhue county, for the ensuing term. If elected I will give, during the war or to the end of the term of Such office, one-third of all the receipts of the office to the families of volunteers enlisted jnd gone from this county, For the faithf...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 17 September 1862

HB STATS OF MINNESOTA. County of Goodhue, Distric FirHoVudfei»lsrfjsteict. IJ.Wtchilsn,itaCourtolfventedebtor, th application, of Isaac inso for a discharge ii a pursuantt the provisions of I^MVO, pursuan ft|ol the compiled statute off! ta, entitled, "Kelielgw tate vent To the creditors of eaid Isaac Nichols, an in sol voni debtor Please take notice, that upon reading and filing the petition, schedule, inventory and af fidavit of Isaac Nichols, a resident of said county and State, praying to bo discharged from his debts, pursuant to the provisions of chapter 79 of tho compiled Statutes oj the State of Minnesota, entitled "Relief of insolvent Millan, Judge of the Dis«riet Court for the First Jndicial District of said State, requiring the creditors of said Isui'C Nichols to show cause if any they have, bei'ore the said Judge, at the Court House in the city of Red Wing,in said county, on the 2nd day of December, A. D. 1862, at ten o'clock of that day, why an assign mentof the said Inso...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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