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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 29 October 1862

e8 f. LLOYD'S NEW STEEL PLATE, ii ^»J»it* Mar «ff the IGNITED STATES, CANADAS, AND BRUNSWICK. I O r4cont supcrii "irvey*, completed Aug. 10, J*"- coat $2J,0.',0 to engruve it undone yoar's time. toany §10 mapevermadobyColton ot Mitchell,and a Up at the low pricei of Hffyc cents 370.00O names aresngravedonthismap. „,„ Jtis not only a Comty Map. but it is alo a .COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP o,f the United States uu-i Cunadus combined in "one, giving EVERY RAILROAD STATION, und distances botwoon. '•'-:s Guarantee m\y woman or man $3 to $5 per day. and will take bacli ail mapB that cannot "bo old", and refund the money. Send for p\ worth and try it. Printed instructions how to canvass will be furnished all onr agents* Wanted— Wholesale agents in every State, California, Canada, England, France and Cuba A. fortune may bo made with a lew hundred dol/ars capital. No competition, Ii. H. LLOTO, No. 164. Broadway, N. Y. The War Department ues our Map of Vir gtnia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania—coat S...

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. — 5 November 1862

I 1 r*-r—-——r & •It (rttttttm, 3 I S I ED EVEKV WEDNESDAY, TKRMS OF SUBSOBIPTION $1,50 per annum atrietlvi advance. A E S O A E I S I N f3Jf~ Ton lines or lessmak a square. 8 bm \JJ_ ho oo S-lr 1)0 6 0 (0 12 00 2o 001 LKOAL ADVEUTISMKNTS, 40 ots. per squr for firs HnsertJon/25ets. each subsequent! nsertion. Advertisement sot in double a price olditiona'l. Transicntadvcrtisum.ni'g is be paid tor ia advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the day sain. Business Cards,(six lines,) $8 a All vdvertie*ments continued until ordered at BUSINESS CARDS. WARREN BRISTOL, a txt XJ«.T*7", E WINC3, I N N Front office, over C. McGlashan's Store. Dl3v71y W W E S A O N E A A W E W I N MINNESOT A 51 JAMES IL PARKER, A TTORXEYy COUN3EL0R AT LA W. A N a RE WING MINNESOTA. Particular attention given to the collection of claims against the United States, growingoiuof the war, tor soldiers AKKKAU PAY, BOUNTY MON- EXTRA A O PENSIONS. Office in The Goodhue Volunteer b...

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. — 5 November 1862

^rr 1-11,11 ILUJJ!) ••IIIMIHIWHILII I r**mmimmmmim Sanaa's ^he WtilnnUu, A Cditor I Uii»K, Ifovcmfe *r 5, 1*C* N The rebels appear to be massing their force somewhere in the neighborhood of Manassas, and our army is steadily drawing iir-at that p-int. It appears to be destined t)tat the scene of the first bloody battle ol the war, shall aWo witness its closing agonies. Everything that we hear looks toward a mighty battle soon to be fought, although the movements of botli hides are so shrowded in secrecy, that it is impossible to form any accurate opinion about it. It is thought that after the impending] battle is fought, propositions of peace will come from Kiclunond. There is no fear that any proposition, but that of submission to the laws ol the UXLTEb'STA/l'ES will be accepted. he It -Milt. Enough has been heard to leaVe no doubt that the entire Republican (parly) ticket has ben elected'. Th lion. Chris. Graham has been defeated by ti 0 people of this count), voting for a crimina...

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. — 5 November 1862

WW W tfli 9tlmtm. 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 pos...

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. — 5 November 1862

^^"^^^jyjvF^ss^wfg^ fiOi) filler a Ul™- vstirm'^~^~^,i a *^gjEBBS!!SBSB gsu.-.i.uy.ij/n 1 ALv,'*0Ii A BRUNSWICK, O a O Guarantee any woman or man §3 to S3 per repairs. H. II. LLOYU, No. 104, Broadway, N. 1 Sharpsburg Marvluudmarke.l [feigm wiiiiamsjp. Ferry, Rhorersvi'lle, Noland's Ford, un 1 others on tho Potomac, and every other place in Maryland, Virginia, and Peunsylvuni», or money r.fnndcd. LLOYD'S LLOYD—SIB:—Send me vour .1. T. Mississippi River, wit'.i ies. Rear-Admiral has muuding the Mississippi i/eil to pur.diase as many the 11-0 of hat r-qua iron! Eltil.3 BRIVf FLOUaiUG MILLS On Spring Creek, two and a half miles 'rom Red VV'inj/. This superior'' water) Flour and Crist Miilis now prepared with all modern improvement fordoing the best of work. And all work done W. IRR&JVT& to cive entire satisfaction. It is under the management of EXPERIEN CE! SKILLFUL, and HONEST miller*, who never toll tho grift hat onee. fXOUJt DEPOT, Flour, Corn-Meal. Bran. Shorts quality and f...

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. — 12 November 1862

•. ii MAST 1 iVflll PrjBLISttE EVSK WEDNESDAY, Tsitscs or SUBSOBIVTIO.N $1,50 per annum Itrictlyin advance. A E S O A E I S I N $&" Ten lines or lcssmake a square. ^3w $1 50 •2 50 4w 8w $ 2 O1.1 3 00 1 *qu'r 3 3 5Cj 4 0(1 5 00 8 00 1 col. 6m ly $3 00 4 50 ft »q'f* 8 »q'ra $4 00 6 00 $6 00 1000 12 00 15 00 25 00 Transient advertisemantsmnut be paid for la advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the day »f sale. ..'Business Cards,(sixlines,) $6 poryear. AJl'kdTartiesments'continued until ordered •at. BUSINESS CARDS. W A E N I S O E W I N MINN tfront office, over C. McGlashan'a Store. »18rTly TV. TV. E S A O E A A W REDWING, MINNESOTA 51y A E S II. A E ATTORXEY $• CO UN3ELOR AT LA W. An Notary RED WING, MINNESOTA. Particular attention fji ven to the collection of claims against the United States,growingoui,of the war, for soldiers ABBEAB PAY, BOUNTY MON EY, 1(XTBA PAY OK PENSIONS. ,Otlice in The Goodhue Volunteer building C. & J. 0. McCLURE,...

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. — 12 November 1862

Walmtttje* J. ii I I TSiltsor. KIMI Wniff, Novenin .r 1*2, is S der, from the penalty which their crimes so richly deserves. If that is the policy of the Government, it will find few sympathizers in Minnesota in its action in that regard and the people of the State would stultify themselves if they do not disregard its ia junction?, and deal out justice according te their own standard measure. The news from England, on the w.holer is not unfavorable to the cause of the North Some excitement exists on account of the^ white attempting to run the blockade but,and *Jl there is still a steadfast determination man ifest to preserve a neutrality. The South/rn sympathizers have entirely failed to create a change of feeling in Parlia ment, favorable to the rebel cause. But the result of tho late elections mean something else. From tho day Fort Sum ter was bombarded, up to the close of thecarried year 1801, almost every vestige of party was discarded by tho people. They saw the country in ner...

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. — 12 November 1862

e«* lie act of Christian vlmittt. OFFICIAL PAPER Or.TWE CITY- O E COLtnYIN. RED. WING, NOVEMBERlgth, ISG". PUOCLAMATMKY. By A 1 1 0 I worshipupon Especially let us recognize his mercy in that He ha* delivered our borders from the savage eue inies who rose up against us and cant them into the pit they had privily dug for us that our friends have been rescued from tho horrors of captivity. and that our homes and household treasures are now safe ftom the violence of Indian robbers ami assassins. And let us praise Him for the continued {•reservation of tho Government of our Fathers rem the assaults of traitors and rebels for the •abliru'i spirit of patriotism, and courage, and con stancy with wheh He has filled the hearts of its defenders for the victories won by the valor of oar troops for the glorious share of Minnesota in the striijjrglea and triumphs of the Union cause for the safely of the sons who have passed through the fire of battle unseratched, and ttie honorable fame of tho g...

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. — 12 November 1862

600,000. i, ^^«W8«!ma^nprg^g.ryaa'» «^v-?'?..^ec-.v SWRT' i*rjs»«*JSBsn-^-f:v!^» I MALE OR KM A LK Agents to Sell LLOYD'S NEW STEEL PLATE, Couuf Colored Map of the, UNITED STATES. CANADAS, AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Ik From recent surveys, completed An*. 10, imt ooet f*-J,00O to engrave it and one year'a ^-flttperirr to any $10 map ever madnby Colton o» MrUihcll, and sells at the low price of fifty cent* a 8 ETERY BAILKOAB STATION, and distances between Guarantee any woman or man $8 to $5 day, and will take back a'tl maps that cannot be sold, and refund the money. Send for $1 worth and try it. Printed instructions how to canvass will be furnished alt oar agents. *nt*d—Wholesale agents in every California, Canada, Ensrlund,France and„„..». „. A lortune may bei made with a lew hundred weight of the castings dollars capital. No competition, H. H. LLOTD, No. 1G4, Broadway, N. other on the Potomac and every ou.._ in Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or money refunded. LLOYD'S TOPOGRAPHICAL. ...

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. — 19 November 1862

8 nqV* I S E EVEKY WEDNESDAY, ar. EC. A E TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum Sirictlyin advance. A E S O A E I S I N I3y* Ton lines or less make a square. 3w $1 50 2 50 4\v $2 00 3 00 nqii'r sq'rs 3 50] 4 00 5 00 8 00 1 13 0015 6 00 col 10 00 00 ooi." LEGAL AsvERTisitENrs, 40 ets. per squr. for first iiiscrtion,25ct3. each siibscqueniinsertion. Advertisements set in double column,££ price jdilitional. Tran*iciit advertisements must be paid for tit advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the daycd sale. Business Cards,(sixlinos,) S6 pcrycar. All *dv3rtie*ment^ :ontinued until ordered •at. BUSINESS CARDS. WARRE N BRISTOL, A at a E WINfJ, MINN. Front olhce, over C. McGlashan's Store. n!3v7ly W. W. E S A O N E A A W E W I N MINNESOTA 51y JAMES II. PARKER, A TTORXFJY cr CO UNSELOR A LA W. A Notary RED WING, MINNESOTA. Particular attention jri ven to the collection of claims against the United States, growing on* of th« war, for soldiers ARREAR PAY,...

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. — 19 November 1862

J. H.PA!t2£E» Editor. He Wing, November 19. 1862commanded Crimination. Ii soams as though it is the special de light of a certain class of persons to exas. pcrate another clas. There i*' a certain class of newspapers thai claim lobe the em- bodiment of loyalty, that curse the Presi dent, the Cabinet, and every other person or thing that does not hi! their standard of ac- tion, and which, in very truth, gives about all the trouble the President receives from Northern sources. These are not those persons or those papers that oppose the war, but the are ihose who insist that every act must be done according to their ideas of right, and who claim that thoy are the very personification of loyalry and virtua. We shudil for the possible consequences when, day after day, we peruse the unwai rantable, and unjustifiable abuse that is lav- ished on every piper and every person- by those pnpers-. *Tc*ry,' 'Secessionist,.' and Traitor,' are- terms of frefjju nt use Now, we- depiecate any such th...

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. — 19 November 1862

•i"f'*p" $Jt* ¥irttttttmJ OFFICIAL PAPER Or THE CITY. HOME COLUMN. RED WING, NOVEMBER 19th, '.362. O A A I O N Alexander Ramsey, to tff tllii Slate of Minnesota. to be a statute forever in all our dwellings" that .,, dtie.-s, ami Ity a pu nowlfd^e Given under my hand and the (treat ?*":il o' th State, at the city of St. Paul, this thtr [L. S.] day of Novembor, in the v%:ir of our one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two dependence as a community upon Him iu whose increase of trade, and the lar»e fall purchase hands the Kingdoms of the Earth are but as In the balance: of our merchants. towards us—lor all the good gilts of His Provi dence—for Health and restored Domestic Peace Kisenbrand, Clothier, have all made pu and the measure of goacral prosperity which we enjoy. Especially lotus reo^nizu his unrcy in that He has delivered our borders from the savage ene mies who rose up against us and cast tliein into Ihe p't they had privily dug for us that our friends have been rescied from th...

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. — 19 November 1862

1 1 1 600,000 A I LLOYD'S NE W STEEL PLATE, Count? Colored Map of the UNITE STATES, CANADA8, AND N E BRUNSWICK. From recent surveys, completed Ang. 10, 18B2 cost $2J,000 to engrave it and one year's time. Superior to any $10 map ever madnby Coltoa or Mitchell, and sells at the low price of fifty cents 370,000 names areangravedon tins map. Ilia not only a Co mty Map, but it is also a COUNTY AN RAILROAD MA of the United States and Canada* combined in •tie. giving EVERY RAILROA S STATION, •lid distances between. Guarantee any woman or man $3 to $5 per day, and will take back a'd maps ihut cannot be »old, and refund the money. Sond for p\ worth and try it. Printed instructions how to canvass will be furnished all oar agents. Wanted—Wholesale agents i-ti e^rcry State, California, Canada, England, France and Cuba. A fortune may bo nade with a lew hundred dollars capital. No competition. II. II, O O No. 1G4, Broadway, N Y. The Was Department uses our Map of Vir ginia, Maryland, and Pennsyl...

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. — 26 November 1862

... I .llfel Mt flnntm, nlSvTly I S E EVERY WEDNESDAY) Tcmna or SUBSCRIPTION £1,50 per annum •trictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N igj^Tc lines or less make a square. "6nT 1 »q«V eq'rs 3w $1 50 50 4w 8w 3m 100 3 00 4 00 6 00 S 50 kcoi \j col l.eeiJ 5 00 8 00 13 00 iy S3 00 4 50 6 00 9 00 13 00 20 00 $4 00 6 00 00 00 0 10 00 16 00 1000 10 00 15 00 12 OOJ 20 00 15 00 25 00 15 00! 25 001 25 00 40 00 40 00 LEGAL ADVEUTisstENrs, 40 ets. per aqnr. for'jouming in the city. JOHN LYONS, first insertion,25cts. each subsequentnsertion. Advertisemcntsset in double column,3^ price additional. Transient ad vertisemonts must be paid for tn advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the day sale. Business Cards,(sixlines,) §6 pcrycar. All adrortiesmentscontinued until ordered *«t. BUSINESS CARfcS. W A E N I S O ^SLttoxrsxe^ a,t I a RED WING, MINN. Front office, over C. McGlashan's Store. W W E S A O N E A A W REDWING, MINNESOTA 51v A E S II. A E ATTORXEY$ COUNSE...

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. — 26 November 1862

ttcd Wins, Novemb.r »G, 1862. a Nrw* Th telegraphic reports about the location end number of our forces are necessarily meagre «nl unsatisfactory. I is "evident, however, that greater activity of movements are going on than has been habitual in the army up to the present time. The advance of liurnside's array reached Fredericksburg neaily a week ago, and themurderers rear guard of the rebel army, under Long street, was there at that time. Information from Harper's Ferry says Jackson is falling back. This the rebels at Washington construe into a forward move by him, and say our advance is are treat from Jackson, absurd. Jack •on has only about forty thousand men, while our army is three times that number. Then, who ever heard of retreating into an enemy's country? Th probability is that Jackson is obliged to fail back in order to prevent our army, by its advance into the enemy's country, from cutting him off. The removal of JfcCKlbn is quietly ac quiesced in by both officers and sold...

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. — 26 November 1862

ii..—• .. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. HOM E COLUMN. REDWING, NOVEMBER 2Gth,,.S62. WHEAT MARKET.—The price of wheat for several days has averaged about sixty 'cents per bushel. Some has sold a little under that and some a little above. Wheat that is sold hereafter willbestor ed till spring. The regular line of packets has been running between this point and: La Crosse up to the present time, and will continue to do so as long as the condition of the river will permit. THANKSGIVING.—To-morrow is the day appointed for public thanksgiving and praise to Almighty God. We need not say we hops the day will be observed. Al! places of business ought to be closed. Tub lie religious services will be held at the Episcopal Church at 10 o'clock A. M., andcoived. at the Methodist Episcopal Church, in which the Methodists and Presbyterians join, at 11 A. M. It is meot and proper that we should re member God as the giver of every good and ^perfect gift. •Ksw GOODS.—McGIashan has anew and a full stock...

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. — 26 November 1862

wV-SSWSpP" LLOYD'S NEW STEEL PLATE, STATES. CANADA*. AN W»w ,r BBtJSSWICK. A£T2R "J5S2S l'1,rveyi|,i __*??' 0 8 completed Aug. 10, iW000 to engrave it and one year'a time. PgWi'lf r.to any $10 map ever made by Col ton I Mitchell, unci jells at the low price of fitly cento 870,000 nanies are engraved on this map. It IN not only a County Map, but it is al*« a COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP of the united States and Cunadae combined in one. giving EYEBY RAILROAP STATION, and distances between. Guarantee any woman or man $5 to $5 per day, and will take back ail maps that cannot Be nold, arid refund tho money. Send for $1 worth and try it. Printed instructions how to canvass will be furnished all OUT agent*. Wanted—Wholesale ngenta in every State, California, Canada, England, France and Cuba. A fortune may bo made with a few hundred dollars capital. No competition, H. H. LLoTti, No. 164, Broadway, N. Y. The War Department nes our Map of Vir ginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania— cost '•100,000—on wh...

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 December 1862

™T*U. ... i.i.,.,- mm* i« ......... 1 «n l)U I S E EVEKY WEDNESDAY a 3 E 3 3 1 TEIIHS OF SUBSOKIPTIO.N $1,50 per annum ttrictlvin advance'. A E S O A E I S I N t-W Teli lilies or lessmak a square. 1 8w $1 50 60 8 50 5 o* 4w Sw tqu'r $ 2 Wti J5m_|jy_ $6 00 10 00 1000J1C 00 12 00,2 00 $3 00 4 5» 1 8q'r.«| 3 »q'rs j^col.i I* cot. 1 col. ft4 00 3 00 4 on 60 00 ft uO f, 00 S 00 tt 00' 12 00J 15 00 25 00 13 001 15 0O| 25 00140 00 1 10 0(1 18 001 15 00 4rs insertion,25cts.each subsequent insertion Advertisement set in column,£ price additional. TrariMcntadvcrtisum'Jiits mnst bo paid for in advance,continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the day sale. Business Car 1B,(six lines,) $G pcryear All idTertiesment continued ua,til ordered it BUSINESS CARPS. ~~W ARREN~ RI STO L, a «.* a E W I N MINIS. Pront office, over C. McGlashan's Store. nl$v7!y W. W. E S A O N E A A W REDWING, MINNESOTA 51y JAMES H. PARKER, A TTORXEY $ CO UN'S EL OR AT LA IV. A N a RF.D WING, MINNE...

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 December 1862

SEiTfjrltttttm, J. H. PA it it i: it E it Hed Wing, December a, 1809. Newt by Telegraph. From a despatch from Jeff. Davis to Lieut. Holmes, there is groat reason to fear that a system of retaliatory murdering is about to be resorted to. It appears that Gm. McNeil caused ten guerrillas to be shot (or hung, we disremember which,5) and Jeff. Davis han demanded that Gen. McNeil be given up to the Confederate authorities in default of which Gen. Holmes is ordered to execute the first ten United States officers that fall* into his hands. The whereabouts of Stonewall Jackson is in doubt, but it is believed that Sigel has an eye on him. Erricsson's new iron clad Monitor, Pas saic, is a -complete- success, Sho left New York on the 26th uli..destination unknown. Advices fron* Texas savs that. Sam. Hous ton has been making secession speeches.— Wo do not credit them—Old Sam and Uncle Snm are too near relatives for that. All political prisoners were released from Fort Warren on the 27th ult., by...

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 December 1862

fii ®k uflwnti?irt. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. HOME COLUMN. REDWING, DECEMBER 3d, '.883. their rates. pounder. ,, ,-,• fi called of God to preach, he has no right to disregard that call If he N not thus called, ho hao »o ris^ht to assume that sacred char- acter. CHILDREN'S I.'OKCKR a largo number of per consented to repeat t!. So next Friday ever, people of lied Wing S-i- uuN. sllAu. ought POSTAQK OuntiEMCY.—Jut a little of the Postage currency is beginning to show itself, and it is taken by our merchants even more readily than they take that species of change gotten up by themselves, called, for short, •"shin piasters.'- The IV-,tago currency now here, was put in circulation l.y Messrs. Smith & Dickinson, they small installment of it. ADVANCE IN PRICK.—'•The Hastings pa- of the Trustees of the Soldiers' Aid Fund, pers have raised their price of subscription as the same was published in the Republican lo $2,0!) per year, and papers generally last week, and the VOLUNTEER to Jay,...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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