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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 1 April 1863

._..- PUBLISHE KVEKY WEDNESDAY, S\ tfaHEs of SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum, strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N fcsw~ Ten lines or lesamake a square. Tim 4w Sw squ'r iq'w 3 in "f1 so 2 ft" S 50 $2 OH 3 00 1 sq'rs ly $3 00 4 5«» $4 00 8 00 $6 1000 ton 6 00 10 00 16 00 ft»o 9 nu 13 00 }4*col.[ 5 »W Kol. 1 3 0» loon 1 e»l. 13 00 12 00J20 00 15 00 25~00 15 Orti 25 00 40 00 15 00 20 001 25 001 40 00 75 00 A AOVMTISKSIENTS, 40cts. per squr. for insertion,25 cts.eseh subkc^ucnt insertion. Advertisements set in double column, ^riee additional. Transient advertisements mnst be paid for \m Advance continued advertisement? quarter and legal advertisements before the day of snip. Business Cards, (six linos,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered a gusto*.** €arl$. W4RREN BRISTOL, «.t Ii«.-w7 RED WINCJ, MINN. Front office, over C. McUlashan's Store. UlSv7Iy C. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorneys A: Counselors at a RED WING, MINNESOTA. Special attention given to the collection of...

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. — 1 April 1863

6 .' 5 Wifp,0 i[.i iNtia, on League. The union force of the North, if united, is strong enough to crush every traitor in the country but unfortunately the Union ists arc but. imperfectly united. The trai tors.at'the North are pjrfedtly united, and in perfect confidence of. the traitors of the, lar party, therefore tne bunds ofparty are, the form of a political parly, but with the single object of preserving the Union.— •'. needed. Into it men of every party, name, way for accomplishment th objec 4iJcorae, anambition,—thlaboUniona a work ana in systematic of.thei It was a Democratic party was led out from the into the puro light of the liberty of the con name of Democracy stan'ling ou alone in day when the Union men ofthe country are united in a perfect union, and treason made to slink away in shame. Union leagues are being organized all over the country, and we heartily reccommend it, or anything else that will unite the loyal people. on Cuiicii* at 0 o'clock P. M., to participate i...

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. — 1 April 1863

_»Vr__- -—~r ^-7i Hit* Haititit cet OFFICIAL PAPER, OF THE CITY HOME COLUMN. ,, BED WING, APRIL 1, '$G3. Chattel Mortgage Blan&s for sale at thy* office WAR1R this office. Democratic Caucus. .that the army js a unit.for the war. Thse market, TII weekly a «dem W 0 in trade to Red i-. W A A N E E S for sale at! __ .fraught, Notice of Ctty Election. .... purpose oilmen -Justice of the Peace, and CIc«-k Polls oP«n at 12 o'elcek, noon, by order of City Council, J. II. BltA*D, City Clerk. Bod Wing, March, 23. 63. The Democratic voters of the City and Township oi Red Wing, will meet in Caucus on Friday evening April 3d, at Sterling Hall: Among the chernb angel throng te«.nominate candida'eslfor Cityl officers, to be supported at the election, oil Tuesday, the 7th dar ef Apnl next. A general attendance is requested. By order of Town Committee Red Wing. March 31. GREAT UNIOM MEETING.— There will be yving Bar, a GRAND UNION KETING at the Court House in this City on Friday evening presston...

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. — 1 April 1863

if A O I W A L. Wool Growing it a.source of gratification to every one the welfare of Minnesota at heart Enow that there is no part of the Union letter adapted to the growth of wool than Ibis State. It haa proved a decided success in every instance. The disease incident to sheep in many sections of the country, ap pears seldom in a Minnesota flock. Thb we know by experience. We are of the opinion that the great mistake made by far mers, is in the selection of the breed of sheep. The Spanish and French Merinoeg seem to be the rage. While these varieties do exceedingly well, we would recommend a more hardy breed. At this time, coarse wool is quite as high as fine. The clothing for the vast a my of the United States is mostly, manufactured'out of coarse wool This will be the case for rorae years which will insure a high price for the coarser grades. We have onry Tost one out of onr Bock this winter, and that was caused by the colic. Thifj sbeei on sicknrs nm ngst them* but they hira re...

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. — 8 April 1863

strictly in advance. -. a ii .'!• & W V-. VOLlJEE-*f NO, 37 .'„ .' -•'?/.' ,. ,„ yrjyr, •.- *g7. A I i*jt "TO Rons Bll ."•••••' 8° A E S A^VJJ»TJSIJG~ 1ST Ten linnswr rMs^a*** A^ftrtrf Ifm""" LEGAL ADVEUT?pEX^TS.'40cts-^Pcr. sqnr. for first insof tian»3£ cts. each aubsenuentinsertioii*. Advertisements set ?in double co|Ggafft,.,?4| nriec'adaRJbiial. v-r Transient tkd-wOTtiaepipnts mo^^.pnia-ror im advance r^«"M'©itav\vcrfiHcmtnt3 quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of\ iaU. -'a t\rATtRE^ BRISTOL, REI vrijvr MINN. Front office, over C. McGlashan's Store. ulSvTly •.' •,' C. &J. O. McCLUTlE, A Cc3«»sc!or at a U.ED WING, MINNESOTA. Special attcntioa given to the collection of claim* iiitainKt the United Slates for PAY AND BOUNTY of soldiers killed in battle «r dying i* the service of tho Government. Ottiec in Brand's neW bnilding, next door to he Hod \Yin? House-. Red Wtng, March 3th, 1861. tf JAMES II. PARK Eli, A TTORyET J- CO UNS EL OR AT LAW. And Notary Publi...

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. — 8 April 1863

A. •:-. 7'.'/ PUBLISHED EVElh' \VEDNEgDAY, Taiocs OF ^UBSttRiiaioi* $1,60 per annum. itrietly in advance. RA ES A llyjERTISIN G., jgf" Ten lines or rc^s-Wake a square-.- Sw 8m I £4 oil! 6 DOl| »0 81 6(' f*.*wf %3 .VOU ma ly uoho oo 4 50 6 Dil 10rt')[l 00 4 oo| (Toot co 12 oo 20 00 1 col. M3 VM\ 15 00 TFooj 15 25 00 40 00 "20~o7)i 25 001 Ool75 00 10 00 LKGAI, ADVEnxiBEMMTS,40cts..pcr squr. for first insertion,?? eta. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, ft j»rice*addkknal. Transient advertisements musj he pnta tor i» advance i?oritinueI adverfisbmt-nts quarter ly, find legal advertisements before the day of R.viiness Cards./six Unas,) S6 .per .year. ^11 advertisement*c.o'itjiuuyl until ordered tVAUREM BRISTOL, I1EI WINfl, WINN. Front office, over 0. McGlashan's Store. alSvTly 0. & J. O. McCLUTlE, Attorneys & Ccjmselors at Law RED WING, MINNESOTA. Special attention given to the collection of claims against the United Elates for PAY AND BOUNTY of hokh...

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. — 8 April 1863

If A E E it 1««MI A 8 1 8 6 3 Coming Around Jt is encouraging to us, who have been hated, slandered, misunderstood and abused, for our efforts to unite the loyal people of men. the country, to the extent of our influence, lectures, Mr to see the erowinjs indications that the groww course pursued by us for the last two years is being adopted by the people, now, as a town in the county of Goodhue, shows a to their senses. There is but two or three Spring. ', A ,. ,, the people of CJocdhue County are coming knocked at the door, proffered his ques- (Jimi lesion. lies may then have a place in our political mine the very foundations of our Govern- ed cles but until then there can be no call ment. In letter and spirit they are marked for them, on the basis of there present or- by the absence of that respect to the con- gauization. The only parties called for now situted authorities, and that acquiescence is a party comprising all loyal men, who in their decision??, which are enjoined by al...

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. — 8 April 1863

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY """HOME on hi in COLUMNT RED WING, a el a a for s»l at thU office. W A A N E E S for salt at this office. UWION MKETINQ.—Last Friday there was Union meeting held at this place. The meeting was cslled together at short notice end' unfortunately,! came in conflict with two ether meetings that were not known of at the time of the call. Nerertheless it was attended by over two hundred men, who sought that place in preference to allwork others. Had it been understood that ladies were expected, the house would hate'been full. The object of these Union meetings is, to unite the loyal sentiment of the coun try. In the performance of that duty the ladies of the country can act an important part, and they are especially inrited to at tend these meetings. It is designed to celebrate the second an niversary of the bombardment of Fort Sum ter, by all Union Meetings over the coun. try. So, after listening to eloquent speeches from Messrs. Webster, McClure, Sorin and Mar...

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. — 8 April 1863

QtTEKB DIVORCE SUIT.—From the follow ing, from the Lafayette, Indiana, Courier, it seems that the course of true love does not run smooth as skates on ice, with a mar ried couple in Lafayette 'Rumor has it that a divorce case, grow ing out of a pair of skates and the' recent skating mania in this city is likely to engage the attention of the next Common Pleas Court. The facts may be stated in few words. The wife, having a pretty foot and well turned ancle, became especially en thusiastic on the subject of skating. The husband didn't see it, but the wife, forgetful of her strict letter of promise to love, honor and obey, bought a pair of skates and joined in the carnival. A rupture grew out of it reculting in an entire estrangement, and a bill of divorce on the ground of incompat ibility of temper. The husband, in other words, concluded to let her slide.' EPIUllAM ON RECEIVING A GLOVE FKOII A LADY. I'll keep the gift, where'er I rove, For 'twas my pride, my joy to win it, But when \o...

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. — 15 April 1863

VOLUM E 7, NO, 38. PUBLISHED EVEKV WEDNESDAY, O*. X3C- I I S 3 3 E S OF SUBSCRIPTION strictly in advance. 8w sq'rs $1,50 per annum A E S O A E I S I N *Sff*- on linos or less make a square 4w 1 aqu'r 2 sq'ra ~$1 50 2 50 3 50 5 00 $2 *J0 3 00 4 OD 6 00 }f col. 1 ool. ~~gToo 13 00 10 00 15 00 1 5 0 0 20 OOl 25 0.0) 401MMT5 00 LEOAX ADVERTISEMENTS, 40 cts. per sqnr.for 'first insertion, 25 cts. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, J£ pries additional. a it advertisements must bo paid for in advance continued advertisoment? quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of sale. Business Cards, (six lines,) S6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered out. W4RRE N BRISTOL, E W I N I N N Front office, over C. McGlashan's Store. Ul8v71y C. & J. C. McCLURE, •Attorneys & Counselors at a UEI) WING MINNESOTA. Special attentiov given to the collection of el aims against the United Slates 'or I'AY AN BOUNTY of soldiers killed in huttle or dying...

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. — 15 April 1863

VOLUME 7, NO, 38. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, JT. I a S TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum, atrictly in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. J3F* Ton linos or less make a square. 6m 3w 81 50 -1 50 4\v 1 stqu'r 2 sq'rs sqVs %uo\. col. 1 ool. 13 tU 8w 1 3m (im ly glfooft400 ~S5 OujlO 00 ~4^0| 00 1Q00J16 00 fi ool S 001 12 0020 00 9 00! Jli 00 15 00 25 00 S 00 4 Oil 8 50 5 00 8 HO 6 00 10 00 18 001 15 00 25 00 10 00 "20~0ol 25 00! 40 00 75 00 15 00 LEO\r. ADVERTISEMENTS, 40cts. per sqnr. for 'first insertion, 25 cts.each subsequent insertion Advertisements set in double column, price additional. Transient advertisements must be paid tor in advance continued adverttsomentsquarter ly, and legal advertisements beforo the day or sale. Business Cards, (six linos.) §6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered W N I S O RFJ) WINfi, MINN. Front oflice, over C. McGlashan's Store. t»18v7ly C. & J. E A to 8L a a RED WINO, MlNNKBOTA. Special attention given to tho collection of claims a...

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. — 15 April 1863

?SB!B» ,.! ijn WIM 1 flltttttm', IT. A E E it WiiiK, A 1 5 I S 6 3 Telegraphic News. The all absorbing subject for the past week has been the bombardment of Charles ton. The meagre news that we have been •We to get has left us in great doubt, and subjects of great anxiety as to the result, and, as has in every instance that we re member been the case, the suppression or BCWS by the government, has been the har bingei of disaster. The attack on Charleston was commenced on the 7th inst., by seven iron dads. The fire of our boats was Concentrated on Fort Sumter, which, it is said was breached in eleven places. The plan of attack was, to get to the North-west side of Fort Sumter, but the channel was so blocked up with obstructions that it was found to be impossible. The ironclads were under the most tirrific fire for over half an hour, each boat being struck not lens than fifty times. The Keokuk re ceived ninety shots, nineteen of which pen etrated the iron coating, and she sunk.— Thus ...

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. — 15 April 1863

a* Indians in Iowa. The "Waterloo (Iowaj Courier states that ti band of Indians lu appeared in that vil liage, and calls for their expulsion. It says: Soon after the outbreak in Minnesota, a band of Indians came down the Ceder Val ley, crossing the river at this place. When near the bridge, in East Waterloo, there ac cidentally dropped from one of the ponies a woman's scalp, which was immediately picked up by a resident of East Waterloo, who has it now in his possession. This is strong proof that these Indians assisted in murdering those innocent women and chil dren in our border State. On Thursday night of last week they had a war dance about three miles above town, in which some forty or fifty Indians participated, frighten ing the neighbors in such a manner that they all left their houses and came to Waterloo, remaining here till next morning. Secretary Seward's Opinion of Union Leagues. The following letter from Secretary Sew ard was read at the great Union meeting held in Brook...

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. — 15 April 1863

Ovrr nfelfon^V Irrirg store, opposite the ,r:P Ked Win* llhii-:e. AMBROTYPES, FERROTYPES, MELANOTYPES AND PHOTOGRAPHS made in superior style in any kind of weatheT. CARTE DE VlSiTEAND VIGNETTE Views of Red Wing. work done .will,.in addition to the work, receive a ticket entitling the holder to a share in a magnificent OIL PAINTING of Niagar a Falls, worth forty dollars. When fitly tickets are thus disposed of the Painting shall be drawn for and the Picture delivered to the one draw ing it. A SOON—have your children's pic tures made before the cold weather comes on. Red Wing, Nov. 5, 18i2. vTnlulv Richmond Taken! When will it be -Is the queston. JOHN H. MUES, TS clearing out his large stock of DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, A\ prices that LIMK) COAL, SALT & 0EM2NT, yiwayt on hand and for sale at th© lowest wholesale prjuvB. Through tickets for sale to all principal •ties and town* Mark packages *T »7?.«i Care II. C, II. Jk I •." 1 5 W»r done to order and ft W W Jon* *H^...

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. — 22 April 1863

1 PUBLISHED EYEKV WEDNESDAY, 4T. ST. A S TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION $lj3l) per annum, Strictly in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 23P-Ton lines or lessmalic a square. 3\v $T50 4\v 1 aqn'r 2 sq'rs $2 0" 3 00 2 5 3 Hq'ra 3 50 5 00 4 00 Jfool. 1 col. W E N I S O iv 10 00 6 00 1000 16 00 fi 001 9 00 13 00 20 00 3 00 6 00 ~8~00 1 3 00 12 00120 00 12 001 15 00 25 00 15 001 25 00 ioliol 40 00 10 00 15 00 40 00 75 dO LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS, 40 cts. per sqnr: for first insertion, 25 cts. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, price additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for \n advance continued advcrt\senv.-nt? quarter \y, and legal advertisements before the day of ialo. Business Card*, (six linos.) §i per year. All advertisements continued until ordered but. %u\nm (Simla. E WINCJ, I N Pront office, over C. McGlashun's Store. Vil*v7ly C. & J. E A to a a UED WING, MINNESOTA. .•pecial attention civen to the collection of claims airainstthc United Sute-* lor 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. — 22 April 1863

II. A TCditor. W in Apri 2 2 1 8 6 3 tiiion Cnn.se* If there is a truly Union man in the country, he is a man who is willing to give up everything for the Union. .The destruction of the Union is being at* tempted by a large minority of the citizens of the country. Unless those rebellious citizens are compelled to lay down their weapons of rebellion the union is gone, and there is no salvation for it. They cannot and they will not be conquered, unless the whole, undivided force of the country is brought to bear against them—unless the North becomes a unite, even as the South is united we shall never conquer the rebels As the St. Paul Pratf said a few days aio, no parti/ organization is sufficient to unite the people, because the very object and purpose, and inevitable result of a party is to divide, to separate, to estrange the people. Two years ago \vs urged the people of Goodhue County to do their duty in this respect, but it was not done they seemed to think the war a trifling aff...

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. — 22 April 1863

I _*•* -«»•.•* n* iNhmtMtrr HOME COLUMN. RED WING APRIL 22, 563. Clititte a a for *al It thw office. W A A N E E 5 S for sale at this office. prices ofFered, but in activity EBIIOR.—By mistake our paper is dated Horse by running into galley on Firth tth the 1st page'the 15th. The mistake oc-j S VPURGreu"Anderson, (poor)'" fcurred by forgetting to change the date from I ul 9 PuU T. J. Little for building What it was the week before. Angnst 16. Paid W. II. Wellington for ^•.^*- ^-_-_~_~«. Lumber, as per bill MARKETS.—The markets are dull, not in I August 20 Paid A. D. Whitney for la- The roads are very bad, and nothing of any conse quence is coming in. Wheat we quote No. 1 90 cts. Corn, 45. Oats, Standard weight 45. St. Louis weight 50 cts. PLEASE RETUKS.—If the person who borrowed from us the first volume of Kent's Commentaries, and the first volume of Par son on Contracts, will return the same, he will receive our thanks. MILITARY ELECTION.—The company of ficers of the 10th Regiment...

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. — 22 April 1863

I Over Kellogg's Drug Store, opposite the lte W in AMBROTYPPJS, FEttUOTrPES, MELANOTYPES AND PHOTOOttAPUS made in Biincrior style in any kind of weather. CARTE DE VISlTE AND VIGNETTE All the rage. SELF-SEALING DIAMOND Ten for one dollar. S clearing out his large stock of IttlY-GOODS, GROCERIES, 1TJOTS& SHOES, At prices that Bennett's Photograph Gallery. The Magazine for the Times! PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS FOR SALE. ALSO Views of Red Wing. N a a a a worth forty dollars. When fifty tickets are tlms disposed of the Painting shall be drawn lor and the Picture delivered to the one draw ing it. A SOON—have your children's pic tures made before the cold weather comes on. lied Wing, Nov. 5, 1802. v7n!51v Richmond Taken! "When will it be ?—Is the qucston. McClellan has been tried—Burn3ide is at tbe helm, but old Sigel is DEATH TO THE REBELS. JOHN H. MUES, HATS & CAPS, YANKEE NOTIONS, &c. DEFY COMPETITION! CALICOE S are sold as low at retail as they can be bought in Milwaukee at wholes...

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. — 29 April 1863

7 1 VOLUMEif. NO, 40. PUBLISHE EVEKY" WEDNESDAY A E & E I "tsitsU or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum, strictly iri advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ^f*-Tbn Tines tT leas make a square. .. *,qn*'r 1 sq'f* 8 sq'r* .** ,«w $2 00 sow 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 8w Sin $3 00 $4 00 $J 50 dJsbfr* 3 50 JfT not rcoi." S 00 13 00 i-'•'.'. 6m iy $6 00 1000 mann, Pastor. CuStistCnuBou—( Episcopal)—IJ"cad of Broad way, between Hast and West Avcnms. Servi fe/Sabbath I0J£ A. M. and p. ir. Sabbath •School immediately after morning service.— Morning prayers DAILY (Sunday excepted) at ii.A.. jt. fie v. E. B. Wells, Hector. A SEATS 10 00 16 00 4 50) 6 00 6 001 S »0 9 00 Vi 00 12 00120 00 15 00 25 00 13 00 "20"00 15 00 25 00 25 001 40 00 40 00 75 00 LKOAI, ADVERTISEMENTS, 40cts. per squr. for nrabinsortion,25 ets. each subsequent insertion. 'Advertisements set in double column, exercise. price additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for iji. advance continued advertistn)'--nt3 quarter- edge ly, and ...

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. — 29 April 1863

1 VOLUME** NO, 40. PUBLISHED EVEKV WEDNESDAY, A E A E ILBIIVIS oi? SUBSORIPTION $1,50 annum, •strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N )gr Ten lines or lcssmake a square. rim 3w aqu.'r $1 50 st'rs -2 do S sq'rs 3 5' V£ eol. "0 4\v 3 oo 4 Dili col. S 00 rein."' 8'lUu«ine«B 'y Sw I 3m §3 001 #4 00 4 50 6 00 6 00! S 00 "9 Oo! 12 00J 15 oO 25 00 13 00 lr Oftj 25 00 40 00 86 ou 1000 10 00 ufoo 13 00 15 OOi 20 00! 25 00l 40 00175 00 LBOAI. ADVERTISEMENTS, 40cts. per squr. for first insortion, 25 ots. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, %'exercise A advertisements continued until ordered CIIUISTCIH'IKMI—( Episcopal)—Ifeadof "road wnv, between East and West Avcuius. Sorvi-j ••e/Sabbath lo'. A. M. and •"'./ p. si. Sabbath School immediately after morning Morning prayers DAILY (Sunday excepted) at '.' A. M. Uev. E. U. Wells, ltector. A SEATS FRKE. FIRST PriF.snYTi:r.i\N*C'iii i:f:ii —Church Block,! between Kastanl West Avenues, a.id frontiugi on Seventh street. Ser...

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