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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 29 April 1863

-t— •i aaaa mt'i\tt Wkt IMttittm, .1. ii A it ii E it E it W in Apri 2 9 1 S 0 3 Unit road Meeting. Two weeks ago next Friday, an effort was made to get the people of this place together «u the 'Joart House to consider a proposition that had heen made by the acting President of the St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Com pany to the citizens of thisplacs, in Common. with the citizens of the other towns and cities in the valley of the Mississippi River be tween St. Paul a-.id Winona. That propo sition was embodied in a communication re ceived by the Hon. Chas. McUlure, and one of like import, and we believe, identical in language, received by Judge Wilder. The substance of the communication was that the Legislature of this State, at its last session, granted to the Company aforesaid The time for the meeting to consider this proposition, of such vital interest to Red Wing, arrived, and instead of finding the Court House crowded to its utmost capacity, as we expected to find it, there were n...

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. — 29 April 1863

Ifc folunten. O E C?OXiX73MC33' RED WING APRIL 29, '.S68. a el a a for sale at this office. W A A N E E S for sale at this office. TUB weekly meetings of the Ladies' Sol diers' Aid Society will be renewed at the Court House, on Wednesday, the 6ih ol May. The Ladies are invited to attend. By order of the President, Mrs. P. SMITH. LAURA PABKHURST, Sec'y, April 27th, 1863. MARKET.—No. 1 Wheat is selling to day at 90 cents per bushel Corn,40@45 Oats, 45@46 Potatoes, 40 but little is being brought in now, in consequence of its being the planting season, and the farmers all en gaged getting in their crops. CLEANED UP.—The remarks made by us last week about cleaning up the city were unnecessary, we are glad to say, for the Marshal had already commenced that much needed work. ADVERTISING.—We hive been trying for the last two months to find two law books that we missed from our library. We went from one law office to another, we inquired, and we searched, but all to no account. At last we ad...

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. — 29 April 1863

'•THE BE8T, CHEAPEST. AND MTJST SUC CESSFUL FAMILY PAPE IN THE UNION/ A complete to a History of he A E S "\A? SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED. Si a N S 3 0 0 a a Critical Notices if the Press Itt frenli leaves, its clear type, its entertain ing variety, its severe but just criticisms upon the follies'of the times, its elegantly written and instructive articles, amlitsablecorrespon dence, all combine to make it the model news paper of our conntry, and on%that every fara ly must prize. Its condensed weekly sum mary of Foreign and Domestic Intelligence is altogether superior to that contained in any other journal. Being published, too, in a crm for preservation and binJing. if taken care ot as it deserves to be, it will be found in future years as welcome a companion for the tuniily r.nd fireside, as the day on which it was first perused.—N. V. Fcening Past. We would not so often call attention to Har per's Weekly if we were not well satisfied that it is the best Family Paper published in the ...

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. — 6 May 1863

.PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY A E & E I TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION §1,5) per annum strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N ^gT" ?vn lines or less make a square. 3\v $1 50 2 50 4w 1 *'i"i'r 2 sij'rs 3in oqt. JAMES II I'ARKKR. DAN S. MERITT. I E CHUUCIIKS. Friday at 1)4 A Bev". E. B. Well.s, Beetor. FltKE. Fllt-iT PllESBTTEKIAS ClIOJSCII—CllUlvh BIoc*C, between Bust an I West Avenues, a.id fronting on Seventlistreet. Services Sabbath at 1'M.jA. M. and P. M. Sabbath School immediately after m'i nintr service. Prayer meetiiiir I'l urs day ev«-niuif at7 o'clock. Strangles will always be p. ovule I wi'di seats. Be v. P. 11. MU\V, Pas tor. MASONIC. BI:I Wivo LOIKJE No. S, i-'. «fe A M. -Meets the !ii-*- an 1 tnird Mon I .y in e.i !i mtli. at tli-ir Mill. cornuE of Mam an I Bush streets. P. Sandfor I, W. Cha-'es Iv -m S LA i.iwi-: It. A. CIIAITRK N tllS .•*!-.! id 11 Uo-jristc.r of l).:-. 1 l! iiirt IIOIISJ iin-il P. M. Oo.i'.i'y Auditor 'i,irt .louse —o !L- County. Beyiiol"Is o.Hce in Wil...

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. — 6 May 1863

VOLUME^, NO, 41. J»jr,L,rsiIET KVEKY W E N E S A A E & E I TEIIUS or SUBSCRIPTION $1,5) per annum striolly in advanec. nil M. al'i a ii li KATES OF AUVRIU'ISINK. 2 Ton linos or less make a square, I 4 2 s(|'rs 3 sf|'rs 2 .V»l 11. t!i I, .:1 Jl'.l :ir '".1 HI •^lle n-( '1 fu 6 'I' 5 first insertion,25 ets.eaeh subsonueni insertion Advertisement: prien additional All a Ivirtiscments continued until ordered O JAME S II. PARKER. DAN S. MI-UITT, 1 O CHUUCIIKS. Mr.TiionisT EPISCOPAL Ciiur.cn— Corner of Kit-ir. venue and Fourth street, services S il bath at I"13 A. M. and ~lU'. M. Rabl'iitb S.-hool at 1,'j Class meeting Sabbath a' 'Jx1 A. M. and I- M. ('lass meeting Wednesday even ing T'-j o'clock Prayer ng Thur-.biy evening 1% "'clock. Kev. Ezra Tucker, Pastor. S I I A N O E S KUa.VISIIKIJ WIT SKA S. At. E. Cnmtcii—(German i—Ohur.di BLx-k. frouton West Avenue. Services Sabbath ln'.j A. M. and 7'4 Sabbath School at ll A. M. Class meetings Sabbath at 1-' «. and p. M. Praver meeting, Wed...

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. — 6 May 1863

4 BBS I'J Wkt 9timtnt, JAMES H. PARKER, Wing a 1 8 6 9 The New*. Gen. Banks, so long inactive that we were disposed to censure him, has redeemed him- beating the rebells in three battles two oni destroying the rebel army and the rebel navy. He wptured the enemy at| •1..!. .. :i »i- their salt works ten miles south Iberia. He captured nearly two thousand prisoners in this expedition, besides all their camp equipage and ammunition. The im-lhaii portance of this expedition cannot be over estimated when we remember that it com pletely cuts off the communication of the rebels with the west side of the Mississippi Kiver, and utterly ruins their hope of ever regaining a foothold in that locality. In Missouri the great expedition under Marroaduke has proved a complete failure. He has been ignominiously driven back into Arkansas from whence he cannot hope to come forth. Preparations are rapidly coming to a cli max for a renewal of the attack on Charles- ton—this time, let it be hoped, a succ...

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. — 6 May 1863

,^_._T__: ... is^ns* I sa RED WING, MAY 6, '.SG3. Chattel Mortgage a for sale at this office. W A A N DEEDS for sale at this office. FIUE COMPASV MEETING.—To-night is the regular night (or the meeting of the Fire Company. We wish to see a good turn out, not only to keep up the general interest, but the Company are about inaugurating some new features that require the cooperation of every member. W us AT.—We have noticed several pieces of spring wheat this year that are up, and looking finely. Notwithstanding the scrac ity of help full as much, and perhaps more has, or will be put in ths year than last THAT GRADING.—It is not necessary to argue the point, nor to set forth the benefit of finishing the grading on Bush street, and the detriment of delay. The City Council know all that. Now will they do their duty and have that grading ified that DeLand & Co.'s Chemical Saler at.m is better for all purposes than Soda. and therefore cannot be induced to use Soda or any other b'and of ...

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. — 6 May 1863

TBSSt '•THE BEST, CHEAPEST. AND MOST SUC CESSFUL FAMILY PAPER IN THE UNION." A a to a Histor of he HARPER'S WEEKLY. SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED. Pric Six Cents Number :«3 0 0 a year. Critical N tices '/the Press. !, ii I fireside, ns thieday penned.—N. Y. £, a eage it- spirito I sketches of passing events-. We all like to look at the face of men we have read of, and at ships and orts that have figured in the hioo scenes of war. Of all »nch men,places mid events, this paper furnishes the lest illus tration. Our future historians will enrich them dvea out HARPER'Sy WEEKLY long TERMS. One Copy for One Year, $3 00 "lie py for Two Years, 00 An III tin (Jory willbe allowed for every Cfubofizv SL'BSCKIBEKS, itt%\ 50 each or 11 G»ineshrr %1h. HAMPER'S MAGAZINE and IIAKPI-K'S WEEKLT, t"ge lier, one year, %h 00. HAKPKII'S VV EI KI.V is electrotyp 'd, and Back Xmiih, ,M"in be had at any time. Vols. I.. II., Il IV., V.,and VI., for thepremium* Year IS.,7 to 13i2 inclusive, of "HARPER'S WKi-KLV," han...

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. — 13 May 1863

VOLUME 7. NO. 42. 5 BUSHED I S SKY WEDNESDAY BV A E A E I I TB«'IS SUBSOIIIPTION $1,5 per annum, %trlotly in advance. HATES OF ADVERTISING. IW Ton lines or les»make a square^ "3w" 4w IjquM g-TWgT" 2 aq'r« 2 'I 3 3 sq'r* __ iv 2 l^eoi."! 13 mil l-r»00 tecivii AovBRTWBJlBMfa, 4«cts. per squr.for first insertion.25eta.ea.di 8ub*e.|neni insertion Advertisements »et in double column,, jg »ric« additional. Transient advertisements mnst be pnid Tor in advance eontinne'l advertisemtnt? quarter IT. and legal advertisements before the day ot sale. Business Card*, (six lines,) $6 p«r year. All advertisement* continued until ordered ©at. JABM II. PARSES. DAN S. MEUITT. I E O CH0BCHRS. l'!£ I MASOSlf!. A. M. »lSv71y Mrr.ion.ST E I* P°*«* Ohio de Hint 1 venue and rourtn street. er\ icos^ao bath at A. M. and 7£P. M. Sabbath Srhool sorters who were to he shot in Western Vir atlWr.M. Class meeting Sabbath at 9}4 a.| ,, ,i fft.i1Bra M. and 12 M. Class meeting Wednesday even- j6,n'a« ie«ers were luunu...

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. — 13 May 1863

VOLUME 7, NO, 12. I to PJBLISIIED KVEK\ WEDNESDAY. BY A E A E I TKUMS -IF SUBSOBIPTION $1,5 per annum, %trlotly in advance. KATliS OF ADVKHT»S1N«. J3JT Ton lines or less make a square^. 8w 1 aqu'r 9» 2 aq'r-* 3 sq'r*. :5 -U. I 5 col. ~~S~^i 1 coi.~| 13 'MlTToo! il ." if. 6in :i .M 4"o7 §6 10 00! ltjiMJifToTr S nit 12 0" 20 00! |'j 67)! 15 00-25 oo 40 001 6 00 W OO' 15 0" 25JI0 111 00 20 Ool 25_00l 40 0» 7600 O I. AovsaTisiwBaTS. 40 eta. per squr. for first iti-.ertion.25cts.ea.!. suhscinenunsertion. Advertisements net in double column. »ric« additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance continue! advertisements quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day ot sale. Business Cards, (six lines,') 9i per year. All advertisements continued until ordered oat. JAMKS II. PARKER. DAN S. MEKITT. I E O CHURCH KS. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner of Y.:\*t. Avenue and Fourth street Services Rah- County Attorney Wavn Uristol. Main Street. of Pridinto and Co-irt Cimimi^...

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 May 1863

assym ,L. I'he Wv-lnnUetf 'A.MEX 11. PARKER..': EDITOR. n-i Winer. May 13 1*03 Movements of the Army. Movements are now boin- made by the ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. The movement of the army of the Poto mac deserves more than a general notice, because of the magnitude of its operations, and the genuine strategy and skill with cross the river, he directed them to build draw Jackson with 40,000 rebol troops away from tho upper fords, fifteen miles away from their main works. The 5th, Uth and 12th corps of our army then commenced to cross the river, with but slight opposition, at Kel ley's and United States* Fords, and marched directly for Chsft cellorville, a place ten miles to the west of Fredericksburg, and almost immediately in the rear of the enemy's works. In tho meantime Geo. Stoneman, with the cavalry corps, had crossed and, proceeding up tho Rappahannock to a suitable point, started out upon what has proved to be one of the most brilliant and successful cavalry raids of the war. He h...

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 May 1863

lie, firttttttm. RED WINU, MAY 13,jS68. next. a el a a for sal at this office. W A A N E E S for sale a save both time and mone« by puicnasm Creek Mills has been thoroughly repaired, and is now running again. I is in better ferder now than it ever was before. ESTBATS.—Much uncertainty has hereto Tore existed about the proper course to sure in ease of estrays, the laws on the sub jec being sadly in conflict. The difficulty was entirely obviated by the last Legist a ture, by passing an act distinctly specifying! the duty of persons upon taking up such •stray, and repealing all conflicting la-vs. or the benefit of our readers we publish the act in full this week, to which they are referred for instruction. N CHANCE KOB DrssATisFACTION.—De- Land dr Co. authorize those who sell their goodit to tell purchasers to use one half of a paper of their Chemical Soleratus, and then superiority over Seda or any other brand of ttaleratus to return the balance and get the money for the whole refunde...

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. — 13 May 1863

—L S S S & S A coaaj»!cic to a is to Times* SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED. Pric Si Cents a N S 3 0 0 a year. Critical XitLes if the Press. years as wekoine fireside —wefinI it seized with eagerness, because of tcr to tiou. Our future historians will enrich them cs out of llAUPhit's WEEKLY long after wri and painters, and publishers are turned d.iBt.-JV. Y. Ecamjelkt. TERMS. One Copy for One Year, %?, 00 One iiy for Two Years, 00 An E'tra Vi tcPl he allowed for every Clubafrw. St'isscitriiKi:*. ut^i 50 each m- II fries f.r §2.. UAIIPEU'S MAGAZINE and II.W.PLB'S WEEKLY, t°!.r-,: her, one year, ,s-J 00. UABPEB'S WxKKr.Y is clectrotypod, and Bach XiimhrtifiWQ bo hud at any time. Vols. 1., JI., HI., IV., V.,and VI. for thepremiums Year 18.17 to lSii-2 inclusive, of "HARPER'S] WEAKLJf," handsomely bound in Cloth extra. Trice $4 3S each, are now ready. The postage upon IlyuspEK's WEEKLY, when paid in advance at the ollico where it is received, is Twenty sic Cents a yi iir. HARPER & BROTHE...

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 May 1863

HIT nrr.il ,vv*inil rn ranxR 7, xNo 43. RUBLISHED EVeUC* WEDNESDAT, ^,.r. ,„. ,-i:l r.: BY .. _. A E & E I TEUMS OF SCBSOKIVTIO.N $l,5ii per annum, efyictly in advance* HATE* OF ADVERTISING. ?&* Ton lines or lessnv-Ue a square. sfr^flt'' ^tt tt»cn»_Mn/ 5 6 OoK ^OoflOOfll .00 ,15 1~3cm \hM\ "2i)"00l 25 LROAL A'»vi^Ti8EXBiiT8, 40cts. per squr. for tfrat insertion, 25 eta', each subsequent insertion. AdvertWmenta set in double column, fcriee additional. Transient advertisements mUst be paid for in advance continued advertisement? quarter ly,.and logal advertisbinonts before the day of •ale. Business Curdu, (six lines,) $.6 per year. All advortiaementr continued until ordered emt. '-'J" Br W JAKES H. PAB-_X. DAN S. MEBITT. I E O CHUKCHI'.*. MKTHODIST EPISCOPAL CIICRCII A. M. 6«v.K. It. Wells, Kcetor. A SEATS MASONIC. Up mail closes at Sr.it. down mail clo.-cs at 2 r. U. Rod Wing to Mantorville, leaves Tues.lay Thursday and S:»tur ,ay, at 8 A MortJay. WuJuusdav and Friday, at P. ...

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 May 1863

PUBLISHE KVEICY WEDNESDAT BY A E & E I TEHMS OF SuBsoBn'Tio.N $1,50 per annum, %\riotly in advauee. A E S O A DV RHT1S1N G. 2 Ten lines or less make a square. W s-\v 3rrt a »j'rs $ -sof•*•-:fi»« Business Cards, ("six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements-continued until ordered oat. JAMES II. PARKER. DAN S. MEKITT, I E O METHODIST Er CHURCHES. I CHURCH—Corner o'1 E batShA a v. and 12 M. Class meeting Wednesday even ing 114 o'clock Prayer nvcting Thursday evening 1\4 o'clock. Kev. Ezra Tucker, Pastor. S A N O E KUHNISIIKO WITlt SKA'S. M. E. CHOBCH—(German)—Church Block. fronton West Avenue. Services Sabbath W% A. M. an 17 4 p. M. Sabbath School at A. M. «:iass meetings Sabbath at I M. and 2 p. M.— Prayer meeting, Woduo*day,7}4r. M. Preach ing Friday at 1% maun, Pastor. A. M. Kev.K. tt. Wells, Rector. A LL SKATS tUKK. L". S»ndlorl, W. l.a k"-mt. See'y. I.A HK \S(iK Iv A. 1'il.U'VKit No. t. Meets th -ineoii 1 Monday in .vtch month, at Masonic Hull, II. B, Wilson. II. P., bVJoss, ...

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 May 1863

a •JL- W 8 fce $*kivtm, SAMMSk PAS Reel tkj pied. a W **a. W «f enT T«*legraphte Arrrintveaent*. W have made arrangements with the Telegraph Company whereby the dtxpatche* ire to be taken ocT at thin piece, anil we are thue enabled trf gf our readers tho report* down to the Wry day of publication. thie arrangement We have news en day later then can bv had by toe St. Paul papenj. Inact If the present season passaa by without anything being done towards bringing this war to a does, we shall begin. e» think that incompetency direots our armies. It seems to us that the sating is Just the time to make telling inroads in the mbellion, and the inaction of «*ur armies is eewuJy perplex- ing to These acmies that have always been most euevossful, ere thane thst bsTe made the quickest moTements and made the boldest striket. Th soccers of Napoleon's Ital isn campaign is wholly owing to the rapidi- ty of has movements. Th rebels in this respect are far superior to .usi send their army from one p...

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 May 1863

:c xbCJa ooxii7A& 3xr RED \VINU. MAT 20, »«S3. us with perfect indifference. No a dollar hare we received from that source. Now! was due us. When we owe anything know we do not intend to treat them with ind.fference. If »ny person does not intend MAWCKTS,-The supply of produce as large as could be expected eons.dertng th season of the year. Wheat is bringing $ 1 1 12'^cta per pound. I CitocKEKT -llarian fir»-i one of ihc in Ktockt ol Crockerytvare hu wr Imve evi-r nothing tor tli.it. ALL IS W.I.I. THAT BSIM W El.L.—1 llUS train ior teamsters, and at last has setrc',,_ enough hands eaini 1 They •lightent rea«on to doubt the adaptation oi tht» cKiMte to fruit raising. People have «tar. Mr. Yo*ngha«t agency of the Central 11. C- Hoffman. Esq Central Express Company street. Cr.ntTB.RT ROAD 'I'*11 l!i lul ot There will be a meeting of the Board of The Charter o! the city »l lied Wtiig was Ceunty Commissioners on Monday. June .granted by the (JegjslaiiirQ.uud adapted by 1st., 1863. A ...

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. — 20 May 1863

i'TITE. HATIPER'S WEEKLY. SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED., Pite»*«rx O N 9 9 0 0 a year. Critical Ntices (/the /'nse. jr Itfcfi e^ii leayea,.jt* clear tyiic, its. entertain rng vattcrr. ffoserefe bat just criticisms upon tho(oU|ee of the times, its elosr.i-nt.ly written and iuslrtfctive articles, and its able correspon dence, all combine to make it tin modal news paper of our country, and one tJutixery faio^ ly Hunt rriz^. It* condensed weekly snm iiiary. of Furcljn and Domestic IateUpjprice is nit'ogotf]jr superior to that contained in any "T.rner journal. Being pa^&haa'."Too.'lh*ir crm for preservation an/I biivjjruMft taken care KAUPEU'H MAOAZI.NE and IIAKPLR'S WEEKLY, together, one year. $5 00. HARPER'S WKKKI.Y IS olectrotyped, and Back Numbers can be had at auv time. Vols. 1., 11., III., IV., *V..and VI., for the Year IS-7 to lSii2 inclusive, of'-HARPER'S wF.L-Kl.rY," handsomely bound in Cloth extra, Price $4 3 each, arc now ready. The postage upon HARPER'S WEEKLY, when paid in adv...

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 June 1863

4\v 1 xqu'r eoi.' liTiii) At. ?r.Ma it».W "/ir 8 :.-_£.~."2--£2C-" PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNES&AX, BT A E & E I 1 TKSHS or SUBSCRIPTION: $l,5t per annum, strictly in advance. RAT/ES O ADVERTISING l^m Ton lines or loss make square. v4Bifci«~'- 3w $1 50 8\v 1 3 in $.3 00 $4 oo 4 5'j 6 oo fi .,0| S 00 9 oo] 12 00 2 50 3 50 5 i0 S do 6mv. $•2 2 sq'r* S sq'ra 3 00 col. iy 1.0 00 1000 •4 6 00 10 00 15 00 16 00 12 00 20 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 00 15 00j 15 OOi 25 00. 20 00! 25 00 1 4MJD. tiRaAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 40 ets. per sq^r. for A rat insertion, 25 cts. each subsequent 'motion. Advertisements sot in double colunin, prio«-additional. •.- Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance oontinucl advcrtisenv.nt? quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of( sale. Business Cards, (si* lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered, oat. JAMM II. FABKER. BAN S. MEIIITT. E O cnuitciiKs. M. M,anl^12o«eloidf maun. Pastor. On HIST tJHUftCH—(Episcopal1)— Head fl.ro...

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 June 1863

wmm A 1 Mt almtm, JAMJSS //. l'AUKMR, EDITOR Me W in 3 1 3 6 3 Copperheads. If there is one thing on earth more to bede tested than another it is an abominable Cop perhead who continually prowls upon the street vomers, spitting his foul poison upon every passer by. Too cowardly and mean to take up arrau, and psrit his life for the cause with which he sympathizes, he creeps am"tig those whom he would destroy with* a greedy relish, and seeks to instil into them his deadly venom in a manner that, if not as open and manly as his Southern friends," yet fully as fatal to all those in terests which every loyal man holds sacred beyond all else. lie dots not possess even the common attribute* of human kindness, for we find him, in the very face of those who have lost father, brother, husband or son, gloating, with unrestrained joy over every reverse that attends the arms of those now engaged in the war for the Union, while the slain and wounded yet lie fester ing or in the agonies of death u...

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