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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 3 June 1863

mX 0 2 S O 3 3 0 RED WING, JUNE S, '.SG8. Chattel Mortgage a for sale at this office. W A A N WEEDS for sale at this office. per bushel for N 1 thing in tri hue of oread Lakes & can be accommodated without being forced Co enter the Sain n. TIIK RIGHT A W notice that Mr. Grocery and Provision S re on Plum street. the best locations in tho city fur a hotel. ALWAY S E TIIK BKST.—Especiall in gelling Salerattis -a the best costs but a trifle lor a year's Mipply, and the good costs but a tr He more than the poor. The IKIM goes farther than the poor, apd is much Chemical Saler.itus to IHJ the best. 'TSTI Jtf't 4 Sabbuth School Association. iEP I I -0 I tt I I The fourth annual meeting of thd Good hue County Sabbath School Association was held at the Methodist Episcopal Church on W E A atill continues to come in in large Nineteen delegates reported present. quantities, and sells readily at one dollar "RAVELING.—We notice that almost ev- try boat that passes hero carries qui', a load of...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 3 June 1863

I •*mmWt& F,'tJlTBitPE3T. ANDMOST- SUC CESSFUL A I PAPER'IK THE UNION." j*?,i- A to a is to of Vtzsn he rO- rS WEEKLY. SPLENDIDLY••* fLLtfSTBATED. Price Wix Cents Number .9300 a year. r* Critical. Notice* ofthe Press. Tts fresh leaves, its clear type, its entertain ing variery. its severe..but.just criticisms upon tliflpkdlios'ef tho ttimoB. its elegantly written and instructive articles, audits able correspon dence, alt combine to make it this model news paper of our country, and one th.it every fain ly must prize. Its .condensed weeklv sum ra iry of Foreign and Domestic Intelligence isof altogether superior to that Contained in any other journal. Being published, too, in a orm for preservation and binding, if taken care of \'Al. TERMS. One Copy for One Year, §3 00 One |y for Two Years, 6 00 An Edict py will be all-need for every Club ofrzy SauscitiBEits, at$l 50 eadh or II 0 ics for §2'. HAIIPEU'S MA.OAZI.JE and IIAUPLB'S WEEKLY, t'gothi!r. one year. .-SO O'i. IIAHPEU'S WEKKI....

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 17 June 1863

inamujaL" ..I'. •PUBLISHED BVEKY WEDNESDAY, •j ri i] BY A E & E I TKRMS or SCBSOBIPTIO.N ff §1,51) per uniuim, strictly in advance. A E S O A.DVEUTISING. !5P" fen Unas or loas make a square. -1-3w 4\v I squ 3 sq'r* •3 sq'rs w.iy. Sw 1 3 in ft- V» •2 3 "I. 3 .»' )*iof. "tf col 6 Iv 10 00 4.V lOlHi uToo rt o| S "0 ii 00 6 8 '111 c»'l 4 col 20 00 9 (tit, 1-i 00| 15 25 00 13 00j 15 OlOj 25 00 1 3 U.» 40 00 If. 0o 20 001 25 UOl 4 00 75 00 LK.OAI, ADVERTISEMENTS, 40cts. per sqtir. for first insertion. 25 ets. euch subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in doable column. price additional. Transient advertisements must he paid forj in advance continued advertisement:-"quarter ly,'and legftl advertisement* before the day of sale. Business Cards, (&\x lines,) $fi psr year. All advertisements continued until ordered oat. JAME3 II. PAWCF.n. A N S. MERITT I E O CIIURCIIKS. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner of East) venue and Fourth stroet. ScrviccsSab bath at 10£ A. 11. and 7£P. M. Sah...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 17 June 1863

ftt^mr »«*^ragw 1 -1- -yriji IT IHoffclyi v^i? ij- mociiicv word uttered against the enemies| of the Union, row in rebellion, a word uttered in tavor of the Union, tending to aid in its preservation, save single assertion that ihoy were in favor black record for criminals of the blackest dve—those who have, if possible out-witted the devil himself in the blackness of their deepcrimes, and see if a blacker list of vil aiders. a—,-,,., no tftfcttJMUMwJitl KR O o, in the H-tindnv School at men a in «PJ' i3s»o a« S SGI for Governor. lie is the man, who boasts ".sums commanded by Brig Genl's first. Geo. E. Pugo was nominated for ai.e the ticket they are a stripe of thejnorinwara an uooKersarm was nasten-j the time honored, and ardently cherished ,-we between Warrentown and Cat tlefssta principles of Demociaey, is like dignify ing, PKn.-.ovAij.—We wme vervagreeablesnr- a this-place. Mr Farwe a noble sneci ,!,.„,.,„ „,.,,„,.., !'o perfvet gc !.:!• in ... nil respots, tfhero kindness of hea...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 17 June 1863

S W I W Wit Wthntm. O O RED WING, JUNE IT, S63. this office. O W E A E R. The weather'for several days has been excessively hot. Last Friday the thermometer indicated that the heat was ninety-one degrees in the shade, and Satur day it was 101. Sunday was also very hot, but there was quite a breeze stiring nearly all day, which took off the worst of it. run with their usual regularity, with the exception of an occasional delay on some or larger ones now venture within the precincts „-i" D:_«.s i?..- u- the bar at Hastings, and all the larger boats a passengers on lighter draft boats. number of passengers, and a fair amount of freight. SsoiMsioN.-Sccede from every name »:.d kind of Saleratus except the Chemical Sal-j eratus. This is the kind to use on oceasion. For sale by all grocers. LIVBUY S A E W take pleasure in informing our leaders that Mr. Webster has moved ids stock into his new Livery Stable on Main strict, where he has every thing in the nicest style. very thing connected w...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 17 June 1863

ERIT alone makes a SEWIN HI A CHIN valuable. The people ara per ceiving that glowing repr.esentatious are not merit. 'i hat it is economy and wisdom to purchase only a-SEWING MACHINE of Known Practical Utility. There are 105.00 0 Machines in use in thi* country and Europe. This Machine is PROFITABLE and AVAIL ABLE A LIFETIME. It ft cqeal to TEN Seamstresses. An Annual Dividend of 100 to 500 per cent (OH its cost* may he obtained in use—by its possessor. Tins is the only SEWING- MACHINE 5n th« world making tho LOCK-STITCH with A N 0 a S the GLASS E O E CHITTENDEiV General Agent for Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa. Northern Indiana, Minnesota and Kansas, 100 Lak Street, Chicago. JSPCh-ci^ar* mav bo had on application or by post. BAKER & MARVIV, n46v7Iy Agents, Rod Wing. SEWING Now offer their Celebrated IlcvelrsiMe Feed, LOCK AND KNOT STITCH SEWING MA-CHINES, To the public as being THE MOST PERFECT, aud adapted to more different Kinds of work than any other Sewing Machine now in use. ~*...

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. — 24 June 1863

Wit fulmttm, PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, ST A E & E I TKKVS or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum, atrictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N tW Pen lines or leas make a square. 3w $1 50 2 50 8 50 5 Oi! ~S~00 13 OU 4w 8w 1 sqti'r 2 sq'rs 8 sq'r.s 3 6m $2 00 10 00 15 00 iy ~$8"oo 4 50 6 00 8 00 13 00 20 00 yitco\. col. col. §4 00 6 00 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 $6 00 1000 12 00 15 00 25 '0040 40 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 00 16 00 25 00 00 75 00 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS, 40cts. per squr.for first insertion,25 ets. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, price additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance continued advertisement? quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of •ale. Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered at. JAMBS H. VARKER. A N S." MEBITT I E O CHUBCHKS. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Cmmon—Corner of Ea*t Avenue and Fourth stroet. ServicesSab bath at 10£ A. M. and 7£r. if. Sabbath School at \}f p. M. C...

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. — 24 June 1863

Kcol. 5 OO col. S 00 1 col. 13 00 7 A. r* Qift ¥flltttitm, PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY A E & E I TERM S or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum itrictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N tW Ton lines or less make a square 3w 4w 1 uqu'r 3 sq'rs 8 sq'rs 8 1 3m §3 00 $4 00 4 501 $ 00 6)0| S 00 9 OOJ 12 00 13 00 15 00 20 001 25 001 $1 50 •2 50 6ni $2 oo 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 aftea mornin.gMservice day evening at7 o'clock. Strangers wil alwa he p.ovide I with scats. Rev. II. Snow, Pas tor. MASONIC. REI W I O LODGE No. S, F. & A M.—Meets the first an 1 third Monday in each month at thsir Hall, corner of Main and P.ush streets. imp Si P..Sand fur. I, W 51., Charles f.A (JitANUK It. A. O KR No. 4.— Meet tin snjiin I Monday in ich month, at Masoni Hall, II. Ii. Wilson, 11. P., F. Joss, Acting See OFFICIAL. Register of Deeds 0. •. Webste", offie the Uurt House -oifice »ur Irom '. A. M. until ." i*. M. County Auditor—Fred. doss, office in the Court House— ottioo hours, from 'J A until 5 p...

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. — 24 June 1863

Wkt Mtlmttn, JJLMES a. PA8J&&, eotrojt. -Wed Wjitg* 11 IS6B, United* United W* stand," then why not unite? Divided wa fall,1' thtn why persist in di vission when the penalty is so plainly writ ten. If this people are of one heart and mind, they can work together for tho one great object of their desire, much more effectively than they can work individually, or in cliques, clans or parties for that objeet. In urii'y their is strength—strength to accom plish that which the public good requires. The public good requires, first of all, more than all, that this rebellion be put down, that the union of these States and peace be restored. As a people who have undertaken this task, and are determined to accomplish 'it, we ought to bend all our energies to it,ly and never cease to labor for it till it is ac complished. If we allow our minds and our efforts to be diverted into a different chan nel, as a matter of course our efforts for the restoration of the Union cannot, «nd will not...

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. — 24 June 1863

lie 9Mntm, a a OOXJT72MLKT. RED WING, JUNE 24. :S63. a el a a for sale at this office. W A A N E E S for sale at this office. NOKTHRCP & GREEB have just taken in a large assortment of Crockery ware. HARLAN has a got anew lot of candy.— None of your common stuff, but a new lot of "fancy brands." Loos.—Our eyes were greeted with the sight of two large rafts of logs going down the river last Sunday. The low stage or the water in the river and small streams, has sent the price of logs and lumber up like a kite. EXTRAVAGANT.-— Since Watson has been in the harness making business, everybody seems to be indulging in a new harness."— We should think from appearances, that nearly a doxen had left the shop during the last three days. I(fc)CBEAM.—What would we do with out such an institution as Enz During all the intolerable hot weather he has kept us cool with small mountains of delicious Ice Cream, and we are prepared to acknowl edge him the greatest institution of the age. Remember to c...

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. — 24 June 1863

0 «'A E E oiu-w osus ^oJESum^ ^Sewing Machine, With all Uiv n«w Improvements, .i» wXL 3 (HommeT, Braider, Bindar, Feller, Tucker, Corder,Gatherer, A &c.,&c.) is the ^JHEiiPiS&T AND BEST, And most beautiful of all Machine* for Family Sewing and light manufacturing purposes. It makes the interlocked stitch (which is alike on both sides,) and has great capacity for sewing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATHER, as well as the finest MUS LIN, may he sewn to PERFECTION on this machine. It will use 200 spool cotton as well as Mo.'80 linen thread. What it can do can only be known by seeing the MACHINE TESTED. The Folding-top Case is among the most valu able of the new improvements. It may be opened out as a spacious and substantial table, to sustain the work, and when the machine is not in use it may befolded into a box, which protects the working parts of the Machine. Thore is no other machine to equal the Letter A in simplicity, durability, rapidity an...

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. — 1 July 1863

Cw $1 50 1 50 8 50 5 00 c.ri. 13 00 TH E VOLUME 7, NO, 49. ft* WttUuUtt, PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY A E & E I ^KBMS o» 8uB8omPTioM $1,50 per annum, Strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N 5 Ton lines or leasmak a square 4w 8w 1 »qu'r 2 sq'ra 8 sq'rs 3 6 $2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 00 $3 00 4 50 6 00 $4 00 $6 00 15 00 lie p. vide with scats, lor. MASONIC. 10 00 16 00 6 00 8 00 1000 12 00,20 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 9 00 12 00 15 00 25 00\ S 00 25 00 40 00 T3 00 20 00 75 00 Lea AX ADVEUTIBEMEHTS, 40 cts. per squr. for first insertion, 25 cts. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, yx price additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance continued advertiaemtntsquarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of «ale. Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered out. JAMES II. PARKEB. DAS S. MERITT I E O CnURCHKS. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner of Ka-it Avenue and Fourth street. Services Salt bath 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. — 1 July 1863

Wit Wilnuim, JAMES II. PARKER, EDITOR. W in 1, 1 8 6 3 =P The Fall Flection. It may be early to commence to talk about the fall elections, but a word well spoken is never out of season. IJericc, thus early we raise our voice in favor of a return to that simplicity of choosing our servants, that will avoid all occasion of party com motion. We have tried party rule long enough. They have brought the country to its present lamentable condition by theite machinery* of party politics base, wicked, dishonest and incompetent men get into of fice and we cannot avoid it. There is but just one way that we can secure the elec tion of competent, honest men and that is, by electing them (or their intrinsic worth, -irrespective of his political proclivities.— Under the tyranical rule of party leaders the people have become slaves. One half of them dare not say a word in condemna tion of the acts of their party, even though they may very justly entertain grave sus picions of the honesty of those 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. — 1 July 1863

.-•**... %%t Wnlnnttn. SC03MCZ3 COIjtJMN". RED W I N JULY 1, 1863. WANTED! A girl to do housework. Apply imme diately at the VOMJNTEEK Office. XJMON T.KA&CB. The Union League cf America, Red Win? Council) meeta every Tuesday evemnjr at Ster ling's Mall, at 7K o'clock. MARKETS.—Bat little produce is being offered, but what does find its way to mar ket, finds a ready sale at good prices.— Wheat is worth $ 1 to $1.40 Corn, 40@45 cents Oats,45@46 cents Potatoes,40cts. wholesale, retail 50 cts. per bushel good Butter is scarce ond commands 12j^@15 cents per pound. Eggs are also scarce and would bring about these times almost any price. FINANCES.—The Finance Committee for the Fourth has collected less than one hund red dollars, being fully thirty dollars less than the lowest cost of preparationforthe celebration. The list is at Brown & Betch cr's store, where all who arc interested (and all ought to be) can sign their names and shell out the dust." Laws OF 1803.—The Auditor hns re...

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 July 1863

W SI HMa»f (Hemmer, Braidef, Blnfle*, teller, Tucker, Corder, Gatherer, Ac., &c.,&c) ia the And most beautiful of all tinMMBA-[^"JFa»7i»/y Sewing and lighlr^anufactiiring purposes. It makes the interlocked stitch (which is alike on both sides,) and has great capacity for sewing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATHER, aa well aa the finest MUS LIN, may be sewn to PERFECTION on this machine. It will use 300 spool cotton as well as No. 80 linen thread. What it ean do can only be known by seeing the MACHINE TESTED. The Folding-top Caseis among the most vain able of the new improvements. It may be opened ont as a spacious and substantial table, to sustain the work, and when the machine Is not in use it may he folded into a box, which protects the working parts of the Machine. Thore is no other machine to eoual the Letter A in simplicity, durability, rapidity and cer tainty or correct action at all rates of speed.— The Family Sewing Machine Is fast becoming...

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 July 1863

:i -i H.fc*. T3i col. 11 col 1 ii VOLUME 7, NO, 50. iff fjiiiftiii -PUBLISHED EVEKV WEDNESDAT, A E «& E I TERMS ©v SOBSOBIPTION $1,50 per annum, strictly ia advance. A E S O A E I S I N S3 Te lines or lessmako a square 8 4W 8w 1 nqu'r •2 sq'rs 3 sq'ra 3m §15 0 4 50 3 50 5 00 ~~8 00 6m $2 00 frOO 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 iy $3 00 4 50 $4 00 8 00 13 Oil $6 00 1000 12 00 15 00 25 00 10 00 16 00 20 00 6 «0| 8 00 9 00 12 00 |25 00 40 00 75 00 13 00 20 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 LCOAX AnVKBTISEMENT.S. 40 cts. per squr. for i&nt insertion,25 cte. each subsequent insertion. Advertisement* set' in double column, price additional. Transientadvortisomonts mnst be paid for «n advance cdntmueo' advertisement* quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of •ale. Business Garde, (six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered JAMRS H. PARKKR. DAWS, MKRITT I E O CIIURCllES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner of East Avenue and Fourth street. Services Sab bath at 10£ A. M....

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 July 1863

I. muummk W\u 9Mltntm, JAMES IT. PARKER, EDITOR. W in 6 3 The Procreaa of the War. The dispatches from the army of the Po tomsc are flattering in the extreme. The engagements between General Meade, and the rebel General Lee, resulted in a glorious victory for the Federal arms. As appears by the reports, we captured about 20,000 prisoners and one hundred and eighteen pieces of artillery. If this be true, and theing position of Lee's army as reported, it will be a miracle if any portion of it should es cape being captured. It will be seen from the dispatches that Davis had sent an or der pre emptorily ordering Lee back to Rich, mond, and that the movement into Penn sylvania, was directly against his wishes, so that we presume if such a terrible calamity should befall the rebel army, poor Lee will have a mountain of curses hesped upon htm by the rebel authorities, and others of that "noble" Confederacy. Nothing of any great importance has been.received from Viduburg. Gen Grant still co...

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 July 1863

tie fiiitm. :03MEZ! OOXiTTXhAXO*. RED WING, JULY 8, 1368. W A A N DEEDS for sale at this office. WHEAT has considerably declined, owing to which fact, perhaps, but very little has been brought into market the past week. THE weather has been exceedingly hot for the past few days, so great indeed that we feared to look at the thermometer, bonce we do not know how it stood. OOP3.—A day or two since we took a short ride in thecountry and were much sur prised to 3nd the crops looking so finely. They will, however, be of little avail if nav igation lematna as at present. THE FOURTH.—The celebration at this place on Saturday last was quite a creditable affair, and was largely attended. Every one seemed to enjoy themselves exceedingly well, and we are unable to learn of a single affray. This speaks well, considering the occasion, and the number of people in attend a nee. THE excavation of Mr. Lawther's cellar is rapidly progressing, and the building will be speedily pushed forward to comple...

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 July 1863

I rilfmlT WW MM «*«W««rWftrtl SING-ER & CO.'g E E «»A» Pannly Sewing Machine," With all tiie new Improvements, (Ileramer, Braider, Binder, Keller Tucker, Corder, Gatherer, & &c,&c.) is the CHEAPEST AND BEST, And most beautiful of all Machines for Family Sewing and light manufacturing purposes. It makes the interlocked stitch (which is alike on both sides,) and has great capacity for sowing ALL KINDS OF CLbTH, ,. and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATHER, as well as the finest MTJS LIN, may be sewn to PERFECTION on this machine. It will use 200 spool cotton as well as No. 80 linon thread. What it Can do can only be known by seeing the A I N E E S E The Folding-top Case is among the most valu able of the new improvements. It may be opened ont as a spacious and substantial table, to sustain the worn, and when the machine is not in use it may be folded into a box. which protect* the working parte of the Machins. Thoro is no other machine to equal the Letter A in simplic...

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 July 1863

*.L«:i''rlo'kl t»'t »w IG*H moil escbJfl" •aedns 9"»w ae iivr. ""J 4 rgs.tj snf.) is wtnii Bt»*' Tnr VOLUM E 7, NO 51. rUIfLt^tlEDEVEKV WEDNESDAY, A I E & E I TisRita OF SUF.9(JBIPTION $1,50 per annum, stru}tlY,uiadvance. a*J ftATJiis O A E I S I N JjpH liuas or leas make a square 3w 4w 8w 1 qu'r 3m :$i 50 1 -2'"50-• 6m $2 00 a t*o H?00 4 50 2 srq't* 3 s'q'rs KcrtT $4 00 6 00 '8 50]'" '4 OD 00 $6 '00 1000 ..IS 00 10 00 16 00 6 i)0] 8,00 6 oO 12 00|20 00 9 00 J^'coUf 8 00^OOtjj 1 Of}- 13 .Oil, 12 00 ,15 00 lo.OOj 25 0040.00 25 001 40 00 25 00 _13_00 20 OO LKOAL ADVKRTISHMENTS, 40 eta*, per sqnr. for flr3tjnser.( ioru25et9.eaeh subsequent insertion Advertisements^ net in double column,"J^f price additional*. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advanee -continued adver'tisorntnt* quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the clay of sale. JJusinesa., Cards,, (six lines,) §6 per year. All 'advertisements continued until ordered ovirV if II. PARKER. A N S. MEUITT .»»•"* I ...

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