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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 16 September 1863

foe Wurlmitjejev, BED W I N G, SEPTEMBER 16, 1S63. WANTED. We want about seventy five dollar* note to meet some claims that will be due in a few days. To any person who owe us any thing this notice is addressed. a LIME FOR SALE.—See the advertisement of Brownson & Svvanson in this paper. THE place tohuy Dry Goods and Cloth ing cheap, is at Eisenbrand's. MILITARY ELKCTDN.—At an election held last Monday, in this city, Capt. Thomas Oa^ney Was elected Lieutenant Colonel of the Tenth Regiment State Militia. BERGH.—We direct special attention to the new advertisement of C. Bergh Ss Bro. They are enterprising men who are bound to take the lead in trade in this place. THE UIVKB FALLING.—We fear we shall be disappointed in oar hopes of high water this fall. The river has been falling for a week past and it is feared the large boats will be obliged to withdraw. If such should be the case, it will very likely affect the price of grain. GONK.—.1. II. Mues E oneefthe old est resident mercha...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 16 September 1863

SINGER & GO'S Family Sewing Machine, With all tile new Improvements, (Hemmef', Braider, Blndsr, Feller, Tucker, Corder, Gatherer, & &c.,&c.) is the CHEAPEST AND BEST, And most beautiful 0/ all Machines for Family Sewing and light manufacturing purposes. It makes the interlocked stitch (which is alike on both bides,) and has great capacity for sewing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATHEH, as well as the finest MUS LIN, may be eewn to PERFECTION on this machine. It will use 200 spo-1 cotton as well HB No. 30 linen thread. What it can do can only be knowuby seeing the A I N E E S E The Folding-top Case is among tko most vain able of the new improvements. It may be opened out us spacious and substantial table, to sustain the work, and when the machine is not in use it may be/«Werfinto a box, which protects tho working pirts of the Machine. Tliore is no other machine to equal the Letter A in simplicity durability, rapidity and cer tainty of correc...

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. — 23 September 1863

PUBLISHED EYZJCY WEDNESDAY, BT A E & E I or SuBsoniFTioN $l,5Upcr annum, strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N Tun.linos or lossmak a square 3w 8w 1 iqll'rl SI 50 •2 sq'rH 5t rtq'rs a 50 .J^ool.l 00 i^ ool.| 3 00 1 col. 130 0 Sin 6m g'2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 I E O iy $3 00 4 50 §4 00 6 00 S6 oo 1000 12 00 10 00 16 00 6 00| S 00 9 00 12 OOj 15 00 15 00 25 00 25 00 40 00 75 00 13 00 Iso 00 25 00 40 00 LKOAL ADVEBTisBitEHTS, 40cts. per squT.for flr»t insertion,25cts. each aubsequentinsertion Advertisements aet in double column, ,prio« additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance continued advertisements quarter ly, andlogiil advertisements before the day oi salo Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered A E S II. PARKER. DA S. MERITT. CUUECHKS. METHODIST EITSCOPAL CHURCH—Corner o* East Avenue and Fourth stroet. Services Sab bath at V))i A M. and 7 M. Sabbath School lit Class meeting Sabbath at 9}£ A. M. and I...

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. — 23 September 1863

flu 9jrlunim, JAMES H. PARKER, EDITOR. Keil Wing, S 1863. (tattle Progressing. Every one must feel the liveliest sensa tion of anx'ety, when assured that a battle is in progress, between the forces of the Union and these of the rebellion, particu larly so, when they learn that the forces are so nearly equal, in numbers and in equip ment, that the result of the light is yet doubtful. The rebels driven from point after point now seem to be concentrating for one tre mendous struggle, on which they stake their all. If in it they are defeated, their de feat will be the death of the rebellion. If they are victorious, their victory will only prolong the war, but while there is a man in the North able to bear arms, their victo ry will do them no permanent good. ft The point of attack now is against Ro fcencrans' army. For a long time they have been concentrating and reinforceing Bragg, and wo hoped, that these truths being known at Washington, the authorities there would sea to it, that lio...

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. — 23 September 1863

:03MCJE3 O O I S RED WINQ, SEPTEMBER 23, 1863. MARKETS.—Our streets begin to present an appearance of activity that is really cheerful. Business of all kiids is looking up, and a good fall trade is looked for.— Fears are entertained, however, that the Ion- stage of water in the river will embar ras shipping. Wheat is our staple product. Of this, about thirteen hundred bushels was brought in on Monday, and as much or more yesterday.— Seventy-five cents was freely paid, Oats and Barley is brought in more sparingly. The former brings about thirty six cents, and the latter fifty. Potatoes can be bought out of wagons, by the quantity for twenty five cents. Eggs ten cents, and good Butter is scarce at twelve cents. ICE.—Winter is coming, its messenger is already here. On the morning of thewhere 19th, ice was found in the water barrels in this city one-eighth of an inch thick. ENZ has a One lot of Peaches that can be had for "one day only," at his variety store, on Plum Street, opposite th...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 23 September 1863

(Ilommor, Braider, Bind Corder, Gatherer, & And most beautiful of all a a a a "StiTa-ER.&.CO.'S E E "A" Family Sewing Machine, Willi a53 tSie new Improvements, •r, Fatter, Tucker, &c.,8sc.) is the CHEAPEST AND BEST, Mac/tines for Family Sewing unJ light manufacturing purposes. I makes ih') interlocked stitch (which is alike on both bide.-*,) and has groat capacity for sewing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, l'.ven LEATHER, as well as the finest MUS LIN, may be sewn to PERFECTION on this machine. It will use 200 8po*l cotton as well us No, 30 linen thread. What it can do can only be known by seeing the I A E E S E The Folding-top Caseis among tho most valu able of the' new improvements. It may be opened out as a spacious and substantial tabic, to sustain, the work, and when the machine is not in use it may bo/olded into a box, which protects the working ptrts of the Maehine. Tliere is no other machine to equal the Letter A in simplicity, durability, rapid...

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. — 30 September 1863

PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY PARKER & MERITT. TKHMS or SUBSOBIPTION $1,50 per annum strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N lew** Ten lines or a a square 3w 4w Sw 1 «qu'r 2 •ql'rs 3 sq'rs 3 50 5 00 3m ~$I 50 2 50 6 $2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 $3 00 4 5o 6 00 9 00 13 00 20 00 $4 00 6 00 8 00 12 00 S Oil 1 col. 13 00 $6 00 1000 12 001 15 00 Class meeting Sabbath at 9J£ A. M. an I 12 M. Class meeting Wednesday even ing 1)4 o'clock I'rayer meet.ng Thursday nwvenin.^ V/i '.'clock. Rev. Ezra Tucker, Pastor. STBA..VQEUS KCII.VISIIEI) WITH SEA'S. M. E. Cncucu—(.German)—Church Blo*k. fronton West Avenue. Service? Sabbath K}^ A. M. and 7'/^ i*. M- S.ibbath School at 'J A. M. Class meetings Sabbath at 12 M. and 2 p. «.— Prayermeeting Wednesday, 1)4 l'- M- County Attorney—Warren Bristol, office on Main Street. Ige of Probate, and Conrt Commissioner— C. (*. Uoynol Is lice in Wilkinson's block. Justices of the Peace—James If. Parker, of fice in Goodhue Volunteer building Frank Ives,off...

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. — 30 September 1863

Traitors .*,. msrxmtmsm Mt 1 tfluntm, JAMES II. PARKER, ED1T0K. Kcd'Wing September 30, 1S63. he Issue. The following extracts we copy from the Republican of this.city, for the purpose of showing that that paper has at last ac knowledged tie fact that we hare been so long striving to urge upon the minds and be lief of the people of this country, and for doing which, we have been most foully abused by that paper, if abu*e can cminate from such a source. "The issue before the people of Minnesota, and of the whole loyal portion of the Union, is simple and definite. It is this, and this only Sfudlthe nation ill existan:e be maintained This is now,lation and has been-from the commencement ol foe war, the fundamental question." Pre wisely We do now, and have, since the •commencement of the war, contended that the maintainance of the national existance "•.vas and is the fundamental question—that reasonable men ought to recognize that truth in a tangible way, and strive by all means in their...

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. — 30 September 1863

Wkt Iiitutt, OAflCSI O O 3 3 N RED WING, SEPTEMBER SO, '.S63. MABKETS. —Business is getting lively.— We counted yesterday morning at oneone time, seventy-eight loads of wheat on ourmost streets the average of the loads was not loss than thirty bushels. There were not less than two hundred loads in during the day which would give four thousand bush els of wheat in one day. The price ranged from 68 to 70 cents per bushel. Oats came, in in small quantities, at 35 cents per bush el. Corn 50, potatoes at 35. Eggs bring ten cents readily, and tho supply is (air.— Butter is scarce at 12kC. Good butter would bring 15 cents. IIAMMKK UNIVERSITY.—This institution is now in a very prosperous condition. It commences its winter term with over one hundred students. We refer our readers to its published Catalogue. CLARK, of the Goodhue County Drug Store has been fi'ling his Store up anew, lie has now about the largest stock of Drugs in the County. WELCOME BACK.—We welcome back from the army, our ol...

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. — 30 September 1863

-. ZRtKMn, .e**» ys*k~*. SINGER & CO.'S a E "A'» Family Sewing Machine, W it all the improvements, (Hemmer, Braider. Biiidsr, Feller, Tucker, Corder,G itIiorcr, ito.j &c.,&c.) is the CHEAPEST AND BEST, And most beautiful of all Machines for Family Sewing and lfglit\ianufaetnrfne purposes. It makes tho interlocked stitch (which is alike on both Bides,) and has great capacity for sewing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATIIEU, as well us the finest MUS LIN, may be »ewn t» PERFECTION on this machine. Itwill use 2oO spr» 1 cotton as well as No. 30 linen thread. What it can do can only be known by seeing tbo I I N E E S E The Folding-top Case is among the most vain able of the new improvements. It may be opened out us a spacious and substantial table, to sustain the work, and when the machine is not in use it may be folded into a box. which protects the working purts of the Machine. Thore is no other machine to equal the Letter A in simplicity, durabil...

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. — 7 October 1863

J' tO* (SRie ewwwj«i!*»»*a Hie #0luntejet, PUBLISHED EVJSKY WEDNESDAY, BY A E & E I TJDUVS o.x SUBSCRIPTION: §1,50 per annum strictly in advance. A S O A E I S I N Ten lines or leasmake a square. 3w I 4w $1 50 $2 00 8w 1 1 uqu'r 3 aq'rs 3 2 50 3 00 S aq'ra %col. tfeol. 1 col. 4 50 6 00 8 5U| 5 00 8 00 13 00 4 00 6 00 flront office, over C. McGlashan's Store. hlSrTly W. W. E S A O N E A A W E W I N MINNESOTA 51 C. & J. C. McCLURE, A Ac a RED WINU, MINNESOTA. special attentioa given to the collecion ol claims against the United Slates for PAY AND BOUNTY of soldiers killed iu battle or dying in the service oftlio Government. O.Hee in Brand's new building, next door to the Kcl Wing House. Bed Wing, March 3th, 1861. tf JAMrilrf It. A E A TTOftVBY $ COVNSEL0R AT LA W. An Notary RED WINCI, MtNXE80TA. Particular attention zl vch to the collection on ii S ol tli3 war, tor soldiers .YUKKAK I*AY, BOUNTY MON KV, BXTKA I'AY Oil I'KNSIoNS. OH to in Tha Goodhue Volunteer building FRANK IVE...

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. — 7 October 1863

®be PUBLISHED EVEKV WEDNESDAY, BY A E & E I raitaa OS SUBSCRIPTION §1,50 per annum, strictly iu advance. RATE S O ADVERTISING Tan lines or leasmake a square. 3m 3w I 4w_I »qu'r $15 0 $2 00 8 aq'rs 5p| 3 OOJ sq'rdj 3 50| 4 QUI J^eol.i 5 00 (Too| ft »m $3 Ool $4 00 4 50 6 00 6 001 3 00 9 00 18 00 13 00 15 00 20 Ool 25 00~40 15 001 S» oo 10 00 1000 16 00 12 00.20 00 15 00 25~00 25 00 40 00 00 75 00 LKOAL AnvERTi8EMENt«,40cts.per squr.for first insertion, 25 eta. each subsequent insertion. Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered •at. JAMBS II. BARKER. DAV S. MEBITT. W A E N I S O a I-urn^c" E WING, MIN.N. flront office, over C. MeGlashan's Store. hl9r71y w7 wTT ii », ATTOKKEY AT LAW. KKD W I N I N N E S O A 51 C. & J. C.McCLURE, Ked Wing, March vJ lfcbl A to «& ?it L:i\v. RED WING, M»*x Special attention given to the coUec-ioii of- passing aw&y claims against the United Sut« for I'AY AND summoned to his 1) mil re-^tin BOUNTY o...

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. — 7 October 1863

ffifc lie Walunteei', jAjfss IT. PARKER, EDITOR. «el Wins:. October 7, 1863. he Draft In Minnesota. Senator Last Saturday orders wero received to proceed wiih the drift immediately, but sub sequently orders were received staying pro ceedings till further notice. There can be no doubt that the draft will be ordered very soon, yet if the number required volunteer the draft may jet be indefinitely postponed. But volunteering must be done immediately to be of/avail. The whole number required from the State is 1,425. Butfiftyper centpolitical additional wrll be drafted to make up for ex empts, making the number 2,137. The number to be furnished from Goodhue Coan ty is 88 but if a draft has to be resorted to 132 will be drafted. Our Candidate for Senator The base attempt recently made by one of the unknown editors of tho Republican to east upon Mr. hacher the odium of being a "lick spittle" for Alexander rUms*y—wek ing to promote a Ramsey influence,*' and the like attempt to stigmatize ou...

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. — 7 October 1863

!hc #«ltttttm, 3 3 O O a KED WING, OCTOBER 7, :S63. MARKETS.—Wheat is down. Sixty eight to seventy cents ia all our buyers are of fering, and they claim that thoy cannot af ford to give more. It is almost impossible to ship a sack, and the probability is that nearly nil that is now in the warehouse, to gether with all thai is put in hereafter, will have to remain there until Spring.— Freights between here and Milwaukee are now twenty-five cents per bush* I, against thirteen cents at this time la*t year. Corn is scarce with a good local demand at 40 cts. Oats 40@45 Barley 60@70 Potatoes 35® K), limber 12}£, Butter none. Eggs 10 cents. SCUOOLS.—The public schools in this district will commence next Monday. The school meeting has been adjourned till one week from last Tuesday evening. Let there be a full attendance. REMEMBER Thompson's Dry Goods, Boots and SUues, Hats and Caps, at Muos' old store. BAKER bus a large lot of the genuine Newhouse Traps (or sale. Please take note *f that, t...

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. — 7 October 1863

SINGER & CO.'S LETTE "A" Family Sewiiig Machine, WatSi a!I tUc newIiiiproi'cmeots, (Hemraer, Bralfer, BinJ2r, Keller, Tucker, Oorder,G therer, & &c.,&e.) is the CHEAPEST AND BEST, And most beautiful of all Machines for Family Seizing and light manufacturing purposes It makes th» interlocked sttten (which is alike on both »ides,) and has great capacity for Rowing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATHER, as well as the finest MUS LIN may be sewn to PERFECTION on this machine. Itwill use 200 spo«l cocton as well as No. 30 linen thread. What it can do can only be known by seeing the MACHINE TESTED. The Folding-top Case is among tke most vnlu 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 Dirts of the Machine. Thore is no other machine to equal the Letter A. in simplicity, durability, rapidity and ce...

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. — 14 October 1863

aq'rs 2 50 S sq'ra 3 50 «^ooU ooL I cTd".~ €olutttm\ I S E KVEli WEDNESDAY BY A E E I S O SUBSOKU-TION §1,50 per annum strictly in advance. A E S O A O it S I N '^jT fen lines or leas make a square 3vr 4w Sw 3m $1 50 1 sqa' 6 $2uu $3oo §400 S6 WO 1000 12 00 10 00 16 00 20 00 3 001 4 50| 6 00 4 ooi oo| 3 oo (5 001 9 00j 12 00 Id Oltj 13 00J 15 OK IT. OOi 20 001 25 00 .i (Ml S 01) 15 00 25 00 40 00 25 00 40 00 75~oo LeOAti \DVKBTisEMENTS,4ncts. per squr.for first insertion, 25 ats.euch subsequent insertion, fcwinasa Ourds, (sixlines, §6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered Gat. A E S PABKKB. D\V S. MEIMTT WAPJiEN BRISTOL, E W I N I N N Pront office, over C. McGlaslian's Store. nlSv7ly \V. W. PHELPS, A O 11 W E A A W KliD WING, MINNESOTA 51v C. & J. O. McCLURE, A to As a a RED WING, MINNESOTA. Special attentioH given to the collection of vjlauns against the United States lor PAY AN BOUNTY ot soldiers killed in battle or dying iu the service of the Government. OrBec ...

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. — 14 October 1863

Wit 9ttlmtm, A if^S II. PARKER, EDITOR. Ifted W in O to 1 1 1 8 6 3 Ohio. We stop the press to announce the joy ful news that Ohio has buried the traitor Of the 19th century—the counterpart of the Arnold of the Revolution. Valandigham has been defeated. Johnny Brough is elec ted by over 60,000 majority—so says the telegraph. Dnilt ui Minnesota. It has been revealed what the suspension of the Draft in this State means. It meant? that we are to have an opportunity until the 2oth inst, to fill our quota by volunteering. If we do so, the volunteers will receive the bounty paid to volunteers if not the draft will take place, and those who refuse to vol unteer wilt be drafted, and have to go. On the 25th of last month the Provost Marshal .General telegraphed to the Govern or to proceed with tho draft and draft 735 men from the first district, and 690 from the second district. Governor Swift imme diately tele-graphed to the President request ing authority to, raise by volunteering a reg im...

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. — 14 October 1863

®& falunim, I03VIJE 3 O O 3 3 RED WING, OCTOBER 14, IS63. MARKRTS.—Tho market for wheat con tinues low. No. 1 bringing G5 cents, though very little is being offered. In con sequence of the low* stage of water, large boats are unable to get above the Wacota bar, so tho Lake City buyers are able to give more than we are, consequently far mers have gone that way to find a market. We hope the river will continue to rise as it now is and in a few days we shall be able to pay as much as our neighbors. Oats are in good demand at 40 cents, Bar ly60@70, Potatoes 35 out of wagons, 40 at retail, Butter good, about any price, Eggs 10 cents. TUANKSOIVISQ.—The President has ap pointed Thursday the 26th of November, a day of National Thanksgiving to Almighty God, for the numberless blessings where with ho has blessed us. Wo need not at tempt to call to mind any of them they Are on every hand they encompass us about like a wall, and yet we arc prone to be uamindful of them. Let us sacredly keep...

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. — 14 October 1863

«HiMBiirtifmrirififiyinrriiTT"TV-rj^irfff Jf. -±y ryxj S li S a in in worjj&rwide rjfrntuthjn. I JL i.-s beyond depbt the 3 pj jji^J^T AND JCHEi&EST, A mobt beautiful of all Family Sewing Machines yet of? rod to tho public. N other a Sewin Machine has so many useful appliance lor in Bindjntr, Felling, Tucking.Gath ering, (ranging,Braiding Embroidering Cord ing, and so forth. N other a S in Machine has so capacity for a great a riety of work I will ee all kinds of cloth and with all kinds of thread. Great and re L-er.t make our Family Sewing Machine Mobt reliable, and most durable and cer tain in action at all rates of speed. It makes the Interlocked Stitch, ia the BEST STICII KNOWN. A one. ven of the most cai*. see, at (fiance, to 2?aiiiily Sewin Machine. Our a Sewin Machiuea.arc finished in chaste and'exquisit style Th Foldin Case of the a Machine is piece of CUNNING WORKMANSHIP C'f tho useful kind I protects the a chine an not in use, and when about to be operated a be ope...

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. — 21 October 1863

v»^—• 1 00I. N VOLUME 8, NO. 13. mt 9altttttm, PUBLISHED kVSKVT "WEDNESDAY, BY A E & E I /'fbaaasov 8OBSUBIFTION §1,50 per annum, strictly in sdvsnce. RATES O ADVERTISING. EST* Ten lines or less make a square. 3w $150 2 50 3 50 5 00 8 00 13 OU 4w 8w 1 aqu'r 2 aq'rs »«.'« Kcol. 3m 6m $2 00 $3 00 4 50 6 00 9 00 $4 00 6 00 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 $6 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 Off 13 00 15 OOi 20 00 10 00 16 00 20 00 25 00 40 00 75 00 1000 12 00 15 00 •25 00 40 00 LBOAI. ADVERTISEMENTS,40cts.per squr.for first insertion, 25cts.eao.h subscqucntinsertion. Business Cards, (sixlines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered a A E S H. FABEEB. DAK S. MEBITT. W A E N I S O A W E W I N I N N Brent office, over C. McGlashan's Store. 3 7 W. W. PHELPS, A O N E A A W RKD WING, MINNESOTA 51y C. & J. O. McCLURE, A to Ac at JLaw. RED WING, MINNESOTA. Special attention given to the collection of claims against the United Slates for PAY AND BOUNTY of soldiers killed in battle or dying ...

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