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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 18 February 1863

^'\.'T-.-rv-. A-.-^vr- =^nr VOLUME 7, NO. 30. 1 nnuer, PJIJLISIIED RVEUY WEDNESDAY, 'KKUJJ ol* Swiwe-itiVTiuN $l,0J per annum, »lv in advance. A RS O A KKTISING ''5?* ren, line.-vyr loss make a square. ±±J2\£l_Z!.l±^!±^L.(l__ r,j I! HIJI3S.S 0 irli», raiv Tin1.-*.) ft'* P"1" "ir. AH a^virtiseHft-j-n-t!*- e'ori'iiuujd until or.lercd ut. ^.ij .ie:i:i $ WVUltKN lJUISTOL, IirAi MJN.N. Front o!!i:c. over .(J.Mc'.:Jia.-,hatfs Store. w. w. E A 'V E A A W W 1 0 .MIN'NF.S»TAi C. & J. V. MeCUJRE, Atlovaioys &• Counselors at ffj?aw W I N lit)' Dr. A. IL JUXZS, I) VT.r- in Drue*. .\rcvlieines. Toil Mi-s. S.dio.d. Mj-i.-al, :m«l Mis-idJaneo *. LVrio.lieal.s ':!au\s Fun }.».. !s. I'h i:-ii tins. \\*all.P.i|..-r. iV:"-.. .fee. '•'. wing, D.-e. 1 i^'-. Till'.' '.) iDUUK roUXT Z3IT2.T. C5- & O S ~ff A. OLA UK, Vftioloftnlo and retail i!ea'"r in I S A 1) KD LJU I X.E.S, nl 1 TUTS. ..U.S. ,M A.*s. v.M:\tsHtS, i'- X'ff.-:, Ifttirynd Cloth Brushes, PATKJfJ- MlvIU I S SOW, TQJJAJtX'O. S r'ini...

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. — 18 February 1863

A vTTr\S fS* if pj: Ms rED 1 1 •i ^7 I •Al KVEUV WEDNESDAT, 3 ". TEE. X»^ai.Xl.I3LI3X^., l'::::-. .s oif StnaoiUFrie* $1,5) pur annum, .:• iy in ad Vitnec. tt.VtRS O ADVKUTJSI.NCi. *-y/" Can, lif*o*er lows make square. MV •j:u 'I i.i ij.ji 'Jo u\ -i 4 til,.' 0:, L-:n\u AIV P.TISRME^T8^ 4 ct^.. par-^rjiir. firss i.'isurtiou.Vu et*. taali s.i! »e«juont i?i I! I I I S S O.irl* fsTVTUVA.') fi't p~r All-ft'Ivsroi-fefn-j-n-t*- eO?tinu-jJ until .Sered ^!Ji.K:i $ a VIIUK.V nifisTOL, nrcu wi\ W. VV. 1MI l»S, A 'S' 'V ft E A 'S' D. A W WiXO, M!N'\F.Si)TA. JA.Ui£a II. l'AUKEii, TO ft \r,? Sf i'U U.Vi EL 0 fi A LA W. And Notary Public. V.\ IIJ it A iv I S A i) 11 .• A 'a' I. W 1) JI STICK OS T.IK PKVCE. ii ii ii a :N I I I D,: ,1. //. JOXE.i, \L'- Ii in -:icr. '.'ciiv.-inL'-i Toih- Ar'.i il" '1. -a!. :.ll.| Ml.- .-i !..iH-.. •'.! W a a pur. i\:.-.. ••'!"Ipti IH Crrfa'ty Prep W. .'» »i iUK COITXTY 3 A. ObAUK, Wbalcsa'. stn'A retail .lea\fr in J) iC II S A I) 1- E s, PUTS. 1,ff.*. ,,I.\8S, V.VUMM...

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. — 18 February 1863

I U. A ,, A ©be IMuttten. OFFICIAL PAPEfi OF THE CITY. E What We Advocate. Wo dislike to bo misunderstood, and yet we arVprobablvasofen as any person ever wrote an articlefora newspaper. But, we arc always misunderstood* by fanatical panizans, acd by none other. One moment we are cursed for being an abolitionist, and aright with regard to our position, w* wil4 cheerfully do so, more for their own good than our own. \Vo advocate what we think is ri^ht though the heavens fall." it matters no, from'whence the mauer of tho subject emi rates. There is good and there is evil in ,, wil as condemn dishonest as anywhere else that we believe th bellion can ba more easily crushed by the perfect unity of the people ol the North, in dependent of any party and finally that we will sustain tlie present or any adminis- tration that may follow, every effort to StlN cd to put down this rebellion has determined to use the whole strength of tho nation if necssiry. Two bills have tecontly been before Co...

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. — 18 February 1863

HOME COLUMN." BED W I N FEBRUARY lSth, *.S63. mortgage Deed IttanKs. printed on superior paper, for sale at this office. Chattel Mortgage Blanks at office. W A A N E E S for sale this office. N O I E Rev. a Sorin, 10th, A N I E he Re Win Brass Band are going to give a Grand Gift Concert, at the Court House, in this city, as soon as three burdied tickets can be sold.— he price of the tickets is 50 cents. he object of the concert is to purchase a Cornet forth leader o/ the in Ther are sixty gifts to be distributed among the hold- ers of the tickets, by lots. Amon the gifts wa notice O N E S E W I N A I N E $25.00 he total value of the prizes is $75.00. Aside from the inducement offered, in tho waj' of prizes, we unhesitatingly affirm that the Red W in Band can, and will, give a concert wrth fifty cents and for the pleas ure afforded by the entertainment, as well children take them along also. Le every body go. Tickets for sale at this office. S I SE A as Friday evening several members...

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. — 18 February 1863

w* 1 9555a 9 E Tbe Mugailoe for the Times! Petersen's JXtigaZiHS, The Bent and Cheapest in the WorldforLadies. This popular month v.\fcig:»»zo will oe greatly improved for 1633. It will contain Oiio Thousand P.ijjys of Ituading! Fourteen Splendid Steel Plates twelve Colored Fashion Plates Twvlvo Colored Berlin Work Patterns! jfine Hundred Wood Cuts Twenty four Pages of Music All this will bojrivon for only TWO DOL LARS a yoar, or a dollar lass than Magazine* •f thecla*sof "Peterson." It* Thrilling Tides and Novelettes Aro the host published any whore. All the in or t„tenon. in 18»-3, 111 a idi- Kach number, in addition tothe colored plate, giv»s Bonnet*, Cloaks and Dresses, r-n/raved «.n wov/d.. Also, a pattern, from which a Dross. Mantilla,or Child's Dnaacan be cut out. withf •ut tho aid of a mautau-m ikor. Also, over»l page* of Household and other Receipts. ?4T it is the B(jkt Lady's Magazine iu the World..^?} TRY IT FOR OXE YEAR. TERMS—ALWAYS IN One Copy, one yoar .. Three Copies...

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. — 25 February 1863

19 *t 9 VOLUME 7, NO, 30. Ift nlmtm, I S E EVEKV WEDNESDAY, it. 1 ^.TEJIJIS OF SUBSUHIPTION strictly in advance. 3 5Cj 4 I Col. a »t» $l,dJ per annum, II A a O A E I S I N lew™1 Ten lines or less make a square. »•. iW 4w b\v aiin'T llq'r-i 3 $ 1 oil 6 in §2«)" A I a E WINfl, MINN i.\- "y $ 3 00 $ 4 0 0 2 .V $ 6 3 i.MJ 10 00 4 5 1 «q'r.i Jo lOoo i«0| S oo f) KO COl.| S (Ml ltl 00 IS 00 12 00.20 00 00 9 Oil 12 00] 15 00 15 Oo 23 no 25 00 13 00 25 0 0 40 00 20 00 40 oo 7o 00 LKOAI. ADVEUTISEMENTS, 40cts. per squr. for Irst insertion,25 cts.each subsequent insertion. Advertisements net in double column, prieo additional. Transient advertisements must he paid for in advance continued advertisomtnt? quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of sale. Business Car«hVfi* lines,) §6 per year. All advertisements continued until"or.lered out. §u.3te£ $Ms\ W A E N I S O Front office, over C. McGlasliim's Store. 4lSv7iy W. W. E S, A O A A W RBD'WINV, C. & J. (J. McCUIRE, A «fc it 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. — 25 February 1863

VOLUME 7, NO, 30. Mc «muT 9*Untmti I S E EVEK WEDNESDAY &- A S E E S ir SUBSCRIPTION ?l,o •trictly in advance. *±LM I s|'r-i S sq'rs 3 .V.' 1 .= coi'. S on 377I.~i a «n) per annum, HATES O A E I S I N i^m Ton linos or loss make square. 6 in :3w 4\v 3in §1 J"! $2 ""I $3 »M| S4 :'. .HI 4 .')• \i DO lo oT)j .)i 9 oil I: LRO.VI. VDVEIITTSEMEHTS. 40 ets. p^r sqnr. for insertion, 25 eta. eaoli subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, prieo additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance continued advortisonK-nt?quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of sale. Business Cards, (six linos.) ftr per year. All advertisements continued until "ordered out. ftM'ww (SavAs, W-VUItEN BRISTOL, A a X-istTTcr, E W I I N N Front oili'.'e. over C. McGlashnn"s Store. ilSvTIy W. W 1» II E S, A O S E A I A %T RKD W 1 N O .Vnx.NT A N a IT I* Drug & Book Hion\ Dr. A. IL JOSE.S, KALKR in Drusrs. Vedi.dnes. Toilet Arti cks. S..|io»l. Me lical, and Mi •ellai...

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. — 25 February 1863

^WT Wflltttttcn. J. II. PARKE!* Editor. ltcd Win?, February «i IfrG'J• The Conscript Law, Two gress, buth prob come law a uniform system of Bai king, making ilie United Scut security for the Mils i»ucd. and the other is the Conscription law. _-i-. If we arc going to put this rebellion down large demand for government bond", it seems to us must furnish all the money needed, and theConscript.o.i act will furnish the men. The law as it passed the Senate Me tin derstand is different from what it was when it was first introduced as it passed it provides for the enrollment of all the male inhabitants of the United States between the age of 18und45 years, and gives the President full power to cal out, al any time whatever force may be necessary to vindi cate the majesty of tie government. and in the loyal States to put, this rebellion down, and we hone it will speedily be used and that end will speedily lie attained. Thei, „. ,,., nave passed, and are now below the retei financial bill ab'...

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. — 25 February 1863

KfcJblftftttti. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. HOME COLUMN. RED WING, FEBRUARY 23th, '.3*3. Mortgage Deed a printed on superior paper, for sale at this office. Chattel Mortgage a for sale at this office. W A A N WEEDS for sale at this office. N O I E Lectures will be delivered by the followin gentlemen on the days specified lion E Wilder, March 3d, Rev Matthe Sorin, & A I I O N as Saturday the clde-t daughter of Win. E., and Sarah Hawkins is it died of the measles and scarlet fe ver. is only two weeks since the eldest son died of the same disease, and the two remaining children are sick with the same. W E A I N S O E W have made a rough estimate of the amount of wheat in store at this plaoe, a we find the amount! to be not much, if any less than two hun-j ilmost seems as though (he as desoUted with a pestilence, as well war. am ever part of the county, and there is hardly a family that has not been invaded. I'EJIOVED— C. Bargh and Bro., have raov cd their place of business from Wil...

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. — 25 February 1863

The Magazine for the Times! Peterson's Magazine,Of.the The Best and Cheapest in the World for Ladies, This popular monthly Magainze will be greatly Improved for 1563. It will contain Oiu Thousand Pages of Reading! Fourteen Splendid Steel Plates Twelve Colored Fashion Plates Twelve Colored Berlin Work Patterns! Nine Hundred Wood Cuts Twenty four Pages of Music All thia will be given tor only TWO DOL LARS a year, or a dollar less than Magazines! of the class of Peterson." Its FASHIONS AHEAD OP ALL OTHERS Each number, in addition to the colored plate, gives Bonnets, Cloaks and Dresses, engraved on wood. Also, a pattern, from which a Dress. Mantilla,or Child's Dress can be out out, with out the aid of mautuii-niiikcr. Also, several pages of Household and other Receipts. It the Best Lady's Magazine in the W TRY I FOR ONE YEAR. TERMS—ALWAYS IN One Copy, one year Throe Copies, Hr one year- Five Copies, for cne year--.. Eight Copies, for one year- Sixton Copies, for onoyoar-. THE TELEGRAPH ...

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. — 11 March 1863

•o TV. a»i r** THE VOLUME 7. NO. 33. S I I KVEKV WEDNESDAY Taaiis or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum, etrictlj in adva nee. HATKS OF ADVERTISING. ISat* Ten Unas or less make a square-. 'fiP 4w "f ""8w 'sin "*—6m"" *. !*, $3 00 $ 4 -H 6 0 I aqu'rl §1 a »H*f~| 3 "t !'1 -A.ttoarjaa.03r eat RKI» WlltG, MINN. Front office, over 0. McUlashatt'a Store. »1J?7 10 oo 16 00 1000 I iq'ra a .V?j'~4Ui»| 6«Oj 8 00, 1*00.20 00 ft .M)' 9 0 0 col.'" 8 i»0 12 00 15 00,25 001 111 oil 13 i0 I Ool.~| I Oili 1/. 00 15 OO: 25 tip 4Q 00! S5 ilul 4*»0nl7R 00-' lo"oo T.RSAI. A I I I I I I S, 40cts. per squr. fori *fffjt^& ?j' price additional. Transient advertiscm :nta muat be psil for 5a advance continued advartiacnu-nt.' quarter" ly. and lagal advertisement* before the day of •ale. Basinee* Card*, (*ix lines,) $* n«r year. Ail advertisements continued until "ordered ent. WVRltEN BRISTOL, W. W E 8, A O N E A A W BKDWING, MINNESOTA C. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorneys ft Counselors a RKI) WINO, MlKNKBOTA. Rp«ei...

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. — 11 March 1863

VOLUME 7. NO, 33. PJIILI81IED KVSK\ WEDNESDAY, •T. XZ A Taaa* Suasoanrrioa $1,50 per annum, strictly in advance. ttATBS O A E I S I N JfitF ron lines or leas make squares I 4w 8w I aqu'r 1 »q'r«| 2 -VJ «q'r* S 5« j, o.i .roT.: S i»n 9 6m t'i •».' 3 4 Oi» 6 iH) Ki on la 00 ly $3 00 4&u $4 oil 0 10 00 16 00 1000 6 vol 8 oo 9 00 14 00 1JO"OO 12 00.20 00 15 00J25 00 IS 00 15 Ortj 25 »0[40 00 25 ou 4o 01) 75 0O T,*«\i. AoTK*Ti»*icir«TS, 40ct*. per squr. fori S E price ai' iinonal. Tranaiant adrertiacm :nts muat he pti 1 for In advance conttnuad adverfcixcnu-iU.' quarter ly, and l«f»l advertisement* before who day of aale. Btuinam Card*, (six lin?*,) $$ per \var. A.! ndvorti«enit*ttta continued until i-r-Iei gtt$t*w*$ i£arfl.a. WVRUEN BUISTOL, -Atattojrxxoj *»t XJ«*^?W KEII WlltlS, MINN. Front office, over 0. Mcttl*shati'» Store. iia*7".y W. W. PHELPS) A O N E A A W BED WING, MINNESOTA 51 X*TIT?0 tfTORB. A. J. CLAUK, Wholesale and retail dealer in rAtra. oti.s, ui.Asa. VAHXISMC*. })ye...

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. — 11 March 1863

I I I I I E link. E it !fnormt I Wl'lnsr. a I I 1 0 3 he I a it of Iia:«« he lecture «f the lb»n. Wilder capable of ptea-me and of pain, to live /or a seasonand then (lie forever. lie first suu to show that the prevail-, coiifornnty with reveahl mtth is wholly er rinous. and thai in fact, the Ishile ie..ches' iiectly thecohtraty To establish this oint, he quo.ed a porion .d the ch.-ip *P ter of Genesis, the I verxe of 4Dili -"I"" psalm, to 2lt tncnr-treuf 3'Kccl.,.and cetri." the imbecile and the idiotic oi iba humai.«i •mily Would be excluded. Lie then sought to spovv the ana'oeiH tween' man and a in re-pect to the Itutler, late Lord l.luipol Diiihun. unihor me up the -nl.ject Irom the atiibutu t» power ol the grave.'' iely, he included by asking, which wa I for all the bemgs of his cieati.ni or, iho be faithi is he^t ca! nlaict to fit mui is IW i» uMiii 1 0 11 1 an- prep4i 1. ..f ii,.. I... I" -aim «... ... ,v bteuth. piawe .he Lmd VNeluv give,, above a very full •f he inc. a we i...

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. — 11 March 1863

^^T*ffr OFFtClAV fApER OF THJ_0'TY' •*'*. R^D \YtN(.'.'"MAKCX 11th, '.S(»3. JttortS 1 The Gift Goneert this evening. FLAX.—We commence* 4Mti week the publication on an article on the cultivation of flax, which we shall conclude in our next it is a very thorough review of the whole subject. HOME.—Lieut Geo W. Parker, ar ived hi town last Friday, lie is iu ex cellent health, and is an ornament to the service. We would the proportion of honest faith full ouHjetv ia tue ser vice, was greater than itsis. Go to Kka Gift Cnicert this evening CoXV.VLKSCltN'T.— Uapt. 11.15. Wil aon seams to be recovering quite raphl ly among other i'iideeatious of which w«* notice thit he was out at the Do nation Party,,at Stejlin^'x H'dJ, last Friday veiling. »lie Captain ha* had a pevtty 'close call*' but we hope 'and b^ live he'is now jitst :»U dangi-r, T^USONAL. Miss AunaPeters-m wis tho fortunate .person who drew the' fine Oil fainting of Nieg am I'V-ls at Jicnets Photograph Gallery on ^Satur day last. ...

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. — 11 March 1863

\rjt»« lYEW,..AHlUVALs» SCHOOL BOOKS, STATION EBT, FANCY GOODS, TOYS AND TOT BOOKS. ad Tmmcy fl»i Store or E. P. tOWATER, Bear the Post Office. Red Win*, Minnesota. A I A & S taken in exchange for goods. t, 1142, v7nl»in* twigtff rfc##^H* Gallerr, Ov#w Iteltewg's a Store* opposite the •to W in AjMBROTYPES, E O E S 1 A N 0 E S A N PHOTOGRAPH S made in superior style In any kind of weather. A E I S 1 E A N I N E E All Lite rage. S E 8 A I N I A O N S O O O A Ten for dollar. PHOTOGRAPHI A S FOR S A E ALSO Views of Bed Wing. F/very re.son having two dollars worth if WofW Joa» will, in uidition to the wor". receive eVtfcfajt entitling the holder to a *h»ie in a ftMfcnificentOlL A I N I of Mtoffaim r»lta, worth forty dollars. When fifty rickets are thus disposed of the Painting shall draws for aad lbs Picture delivered to the one draw ing «J4s*fj SOON—have your children's pic tures made before the cold weather comes on. Red Wing, Nov. 5, 13». v7nl51y Warwiththe Indians The Kcbelshavo ...

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. — 18 March 1863

TIRM S or SUBSCRIPTION strictly in advance. od-/Vr{ PUBLISHED EVEKV WEDNESDAY, B_ jr. :__: §1,50 per annum, A E S O A E I S I N UJ" Ten lines or less make a square. 1 squ'r 1 sq'r.t $150 2 50 $3 0U 4 50 6 00 9 00 18 00 20 00 S4 00 6 00 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 00 4 00 6 00 J^col. H_col, 1 sol." 10 00 15 00 1.3 00 *jjl BARCLAY & MILLER, 10 00 16 00 1000 12 00)20 00 15 00,25 00 25 00 40 00 40 00175 00 LEO AT. ADVERTISEMENTS, 40 cts. per squr. for frit insertion, 25 cts. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, price additional. Transient advertisements must he paid for la advance continued advertisements quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of •ale. Business Cards, (six linos,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered est \n$inm €mU. WARREN BRISTOL, A 3L«o,-c*r, E I N MINN Front office, over C. McGlashan's Store. ol8v7ly JAMES II. PARKER, JLTTORXETQ COUNSELOR AT LAW. A Notary RED WING, MINNESOTA. Particular attention given to the ...

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. — 18 March 1863

TCTBLISHED E E W E N E S A TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION §1,50 per annum trictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N Ten lines or less make a square. 1 8w 4w 8w 1 squ'r $1 50 »q'ri »q"r* fceol. 1 eol. 3 2 50 3 50 0 00' 6 LK) 3 00 10 00 13 OOl 15 00 (5 $2 0 3 00 4 00 iy $3 0U 4 5') 6 00 $4 00 6 00 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 $6 00 1000 10 00 16 00 12 00,20 00 15 00 25 00 UO 25 00 40 00 13 00 20 00 40 00175 00 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 40 cts. per squr. for Artt insertion, 25 cts. each subsequent insertion Advertisements set in double column, price additional. Transient advertisements must bo paid for la advance continued advertisements quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of •ale. Business Cards, (six linns.) S? per year. All advertisements continued until ordered ant. gtttfttfjf* fltortt*. WARREN BRISTOL, .A."ttoxrxx©y ««t I a E W I N I N N Front office, over C. McGlashan's Store. «18v7!y JAMES II. PARKER, A TTORXET $• COUNSELOR AT LA W. And Notary Public. RE WINO MINNESOTA. C. & J. C...

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. — 18 March 1863

Davis ,, I 1 r- -»-*•"•, -SJ. O W «.'.•»"-' OlttlUm', I I A LUlitor. Wits: -, IHureV I S BSditf the proceedings of the County Commission- eS, which we published Inst "week, that thu has l.j County 1'rhitii puWt'cun. We under what ci for what reason it a And if we are not character of the tax payors of Go-dhue county, they will inquire why the Commis sioners squander their money by giving the public patronage to favorites at a hhjlier pri&i t/'ian others hud /jjFsred pzrt'urm the termer, for. At the meeting in January, Mr. Davis ollured to do the County Print ing at the rate of five, cents p-jr deieription. Learning of the offer that had been made by him to do the printing for less than the rate established by law, we immediately of fered to do it for four and one half cents per tofop do propo?o now to tell them cumslancus, by whom, and given to that paper. atly mistaken in the and there stated that he would not do so, so that the slightly dilterent wording of his last bid is to ...

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. — 18 March 1863

l.Ki^Mii'ntfjei, OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY O O N RED WrNQ, MARCH. ISth, iSGS. ChuUJeJ a a for sale at this olfice. W A I A E E S for sale at this office. SPRING.—Spring has come. The first of March, this year was but the mechanical presence of the. most lovely season of the year. Now it is here in all its artistic beaut}-. ,.The geneial rays of the sun acts on the whole animal and vegitable kingdom like,a magic, drawing them eut of the icy embrace of a winter of chilly sleep, into the spirit of its own lovliness A GOOD EXAMPLE.—We have just re ceived the Frontier Pulad.'um of Bangor New" York, from which we learn lhat \V JS, Dickenson Esq. member of the firm ol 'Smith & Dickinson, of this place, has been gratuitouly distributing a large quan tity of flour and provisions to the destitute families of volunteers of the towns of Bran don, Bangor and Dickinson. Mr. Dickinson is a whole souled man and is an honor to nny community. We hope soon to greet him among us again, TCKD Wi.va ...

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. — 18 March 1863

VJ ^«**i*^J|t«V« [EVV ARRIVALS 1 OF scnooL BOOKS, S A I O N E A N GOODS, O S A N TO BOOKS, A N E Also a large variety of Goods suitable for th« Christmas Holidays! At the Old Book and Fancy Goods Store OP E. P. LOWATER, Near the Post Olfico, Red Wing, Minnesota. A E HAG S taken in exchange for goods. Dec. 8,1862. v7nl9m6 Bennetts Photograph Gallery, 0 to opposite the Re W in AMBUOTYPES, FERROTYPES, MELANOTYPES AND PHOTOGRAPHS made in superior style in any kind of weather. CARTE DE VISlTEAND VIGNETTE All the rage. SELF-SEALING DIAMOND O O O A S Ten for one dollar. 9 PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS FOR SALE.To ALSO Views of Red Wing. Eviryrerson having two dollars worth of work done will, in addition to the work, receive a ticket entitling the holder to a share in a magnificent OIL PAINTING of Niagara Falls, worth forty dollars. When fifty tickets are thus disposed of the Painting shall be drawn for and the Picture delivered to the one draw-Evening A SOON—liavo your children's pic ture* made befo...

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