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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 2 December 1863

I 3JXB0EIESS OF^IGE Remo¥fe| and Prices Seduced. SHEL^gN & HOpGMAN,Agents. I E or sa1e-%ythe best route to ai point*y|AST AN SOUTH. A supply of Coal,Salfc%eiiieitt, WaferLirar, &c. On feapd for sale at lowest rate?. A O O S in oarc of Si""y»5 SHELDON & HODGSON. jaMy7m4 1 Red "Win*, June 10, 1803. Milwaukee&ChicagaR&Line Makes close connection in MILWAUKEE with fXPKESS TRAINS of .La Cr6ss# and Mlhoaukee Jiatlroa^ And .is the only ., ., P-„•- ALL KAIL ROUTE From thereto tlie EAST. Making close, con nections in CHICAGO with Eastern, Southern & Southwestern .'RAILROAD LINES. JNO. T.. MOODY, Master of Transportation, J. C.'j&EORGE, Milwaukee. North-western Agent, St. Paul, Minn. ExoiiAYiNes.—We have abouttwenty s-upcrb Steel Engravings, of three-of the ereatest uvcu this nation has prodncucf—Washington-, the lather of his country Washington Irving, the first American author, and Edward Everct, one of America's greatest Statesmen. We will soil them cheap. COMMI...

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. — 9 December 1863

••T:v:,.j'.1 .. V„ '•*»,.I''I-I-^I~*'"T''' '-'T'" TT3[«) l^n. ri3*0ul 15 y0 20,:0J ^Y ... -*4^v.*..—•*.- •-^.iiiiiiiL.,U!JJLL.L.'.l'.l!i! ,J W1 ,'«. .-IT A O rg To. eitf Wa haveju.WthV.vlv furnished and ope riickniaii llou.ne, form v,LvJfUQviyx iio«»o. R4*iu:H'i%iH^r 1 A E A E Ticaica SUBSOUIPTIOK $1,50 per aimum, trletly iii advance. HATES OF ADVEUTISIHtV S3F* feu lines or le*nmake a square. *4w 1 tq'r. .9vr S-i'oo 3 i.0 "$5 00 —I_2J£ 1 »q"r« 8 5Ci 4 ou ™7T^i-r: ^flTutttm, fUt LASHED E E WEDNESDAY 25 0(1 75 00 r^H'iii. AnvKHTrsBMENTs, 40cts. per sqnr.fof Ar.4tin!tertion,35,cts.,oac.)| qitbso'qucutinsertion, fhuiness Oardv, ('*i« lines- §6 per year. All al irt'miiusnts continued until ordered J**.' .•••* -^'vi IKIt II. I'AttKB X*. '•''. WAHLiEN BRISTOL, Fr«nt o'.Iioe, over C. McGlasbau's Store. w. w. HE LPS A O E A A W KKDVVLNii, MINNESOTA 5l 0. & J.C.McCLURE, A O I I I O I S r, LniW. KED WINU, MINN.POTA. Spaciklatteniion jriven to the coDeerion of claim* xsfAiiiKtthc United Sui...

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. — 9 December 1863

•r l*»71y A -..- w»a**Tv«w««K»:--' »«fc**.-.-^*.••••**««•*« ,: ".1TVI iL.i'l'/.. .7 O.I ... t'UULlSHJJD BVEKV WEDNESDAY, ST A E S A E TKUMS OF 8iTB9uuirTiuM §1,50 per annum, trtetlyin Advance. RATES O ADVERTISING. K9T* Tea lined or lcsumake a square. »wr 4w 8w 1 *quTrj $1 5» sq'r.HJ 2 50 S »qr« 8 50 Jisol.J & uw 8 00 1 col 1 13 ou 3 in Gin $1 00 :t ou 4 00 6 00 *v a RE1 WINC, XINN. Pront o'.Iice, over C. McGlashnn's Storo. \V. \V. TILE LPS, A O IE ili E A I. A W KKD WUW, MINNESOTA 51 0 & E A is a a RED \VlNr(J, I N N, SOTA. Special.itten'.ioH given to tiio collection i' claim* A^niiiKt tile Unit.-'.l Status or PAY AND 11 JU.NTV OI .Aol«ln r.« killed in Initio or dying in tho norvice of the ttovernmeitfr. O'.iefc in lir.-tiiJ'K building, next door to the lied Wing ilou*o. iiad Win?,Marc itfj.VSSl. tf A E S II. A E 11 Y/i' 4- C0 LtSSEL011AT LA \V. A iNotaiy ii KK1) W I MIN.VKFOTA. Particular Attention ,'i ven totli« collection of cUiin* against tho United State*.growingoniof 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. — 9 December 1863

«B*P W\xt Wfltttttttt, AXES If. PARKER, EDITOR. Ked Willi December 9 1869. Latest br Telegraph. We.aveiwt time to give the late tele graph news in full. It is not of great in topesti except the few items we heie refer to. Congress met at noon on Monday, and or ganised by electing Hon. Schuyler Colfax speaker el the Home. Mo man is better •qualified or more deserting. €ren. Washburn, M. C. has given notice wotico of his intention to introduce a bill tostowing the rank of Lt. General, on Maj. •Scneral Grant. Mcpherson received the caucus nomina Won for clerk of the House, and in all proba bility is elected. The seigc of Knoxville has been raised.— LiogUreet is in full retreat into Virgint a, followed by Foster. L3Q ha* crossed the Uappidan, and is ad vancing North. Congress has taken hold of the Conscrip tion Law in earnest. Notice has already been giien that a law will be intioduced re pelling the 300 clause. The Potomac Armr. Those who expect great results from the Army of the Potom...

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. — 9 December 1863

01 totJhUttttt, City and County Affairs. RED WING, DECEMBER 9 *. S6:jT a Ki,:..i,i W A A N E E S for sale at!guilty of anything so mean, this office. Chattel mortgage Blanks for sale at this office. I E E S The fallowing named gentlemen will lec ture at the Court House in this city, on the evening of the day, corresponding to which their names appear below Prof. 3. It. Thorp, December 15th, 1863. Iter. Richardson, 4 22A, Ho- **. W. Phelps, 29th, -v. Peter Alters, January 5th Hev. S. H. Smith, 12ih, C.G.Webster, 10th, Prof. E. E. Edwards. 26th, Rev. Jabez Brooks, February 2d, Rev. J. W. Hancock, 9th, W. Bristol, «*q. lOih Won. E. T. Wilder, 23rd Or. F. A. Williamson, March. 21, Franx Ives, Esq. 9th Hon. Charles McClure, lOih, success.an \\could cannott 1MI'UOVKI.—The St. Cloud D-nwcrat conies to us this week greatly improved.— Ii his biieii en'argc 1 from a six. to a seven column p»per, with ::ew type, column and he-id rules, and auen'irely new he iding 1'ROK. Ktiw.vuiis,—This worthy...

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. — 9 December 1863

OmSft [Established in 1S11] E PRAIRIE FARMER, Agricultural and Home Journal, ***Mvoted to the intcre^jto^JkJ^vWholo INOUB TKA^COMMUNITV. An iudispeneifclc companion aWaajt FAKMJSK, the OKcmnoie*, auc'. the II oi s« JWIFR w. '•*.•-•* --•-•.-•...'- OLDEST, THlf- S S N MOST ELY 6*!RCULATlE0eiWfi§TEKN Attltf ULAJr I A I O N ck Breeder?, Grain Growers, Cane, Llax, and l-oW-oo Growers, Horticulturists, a' Bqys, Farmers' Wives and Farmers lughtcra, all want llifci iilwtfltgi ^n 1 popular of J*in»AL LIFE. iccords oTTho O ipavt«tt 0 C_"Saving laaehine,." Q*0**8 a Wer the Nortdjwjjpt aiuFits Weekly MARKET ofJUJe S a to Tcrmsnin Advance •400*3-, $2 9 copies, S3 6 copies and ono gsnt, -*tv ft ^g^llfAJCouc free to lk 1L ge'tftid liboraftisfoT Premiums j* olTer rgilr Clubs orsnbscribors. For samples thcr pai|icular.s, address $ EMERY &&>. 901^Lakefgt^hic^zoy III*. ublishera of the PRAIRI E A S E S .-• oiftr the following splendid list of premium* fc fcWteub3cribers4o. that fuiMi ajiHyv...

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 December 1863

£f Fi -r ill* Wilmtttt, WEDNESDAY, BT A E S A I I TI»M» or SUBSOKIFTIO* $1,50 per annum, sriolly in advance. RATES O ADVERTISING. JjgT Ton lines or lcd»make a square. ''Svr 4w 8w_! 1 $1 5* g^r«( 1 50 t,.|'rji| t-5tf. 3m 5 00 6 $2 00 1«0» ir»oo I1H Jv TIV O iy §4 00 6 00 $tj 00 sou 4 00 0 00 10 00 4 50 6 00 9 00 1-3 00 "iosoo 1000 lft 00 12 00 20 00 15 00'25 00 1 5 00 2 5 0 0 25 00 40~Qi) 40 00475 00 Lsfttt, .\i»TB»TisBiiEMTs,40cts.per squr.for Aratinsertion.25cts.onch sub*ei\ucntinsertion. Bmnios* Card*, (*ix lines,) §4 per year. W« have|U*1ne-.Tly fnrninhodand opened the itiekitldlt IIOIHO, formerly known as the Hack limine, l»I.U.»I srilMKT, lt«d win*, and am n*w pros»arol to accommodate all who may t.« vor us with their patronage. We have r'.st hui.t A COMMODIOUS STABLE. IT the accommodation of teams. To All .ilTjrtUanaents continued until ordered) %it. H. WKKB W411UEN BRISTOL, RE WING, MINN. Frsat ottiee, over C. McGlaahan's Store. 1IT71J W. \V. E S A O E A A W REDWING, MINNESOT...

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 December 1863

VOLUME 8.-NO, 23. i-Jtrtil-SiUSD EVEKY WEDNESDAY, Si oo La* Ai»TE«TisKicKNTs,40cts. per nqur.for st insertion, 25 cts.-oaeh subsequent insertion. Business Card*, (nix lines,) §t per year. All *d» )rti*anisnts continued until ordered •est. A at H. PARKS A O I N E A '8' I* A W AMI) JUSTICE OV TH E PEACE, tt«4 Win-, Minnesota. flj««ial attention ^iveu to collecting. urriuii o." it 1 hi r~ ike 9rtiutttm, A E S A E It. SUBSCRIPTION $1,5U per annum. Urioily in advance. A E S O A E I S I N i£T Ton lines or less*make a square. 4vv Sw 1 *4u'r $1 5' 3m 6 $3 00 J_»q^r*j 050J §4 oo 6 00 8 00 12 oo 15 00 00 3 00 «J 0 0 10 00 4 50 1000 4 00 00 6 00 9 00 13 00 20 00 ^'•oi.l & oo 34 «ol. ~S es I •»!."! 13 Oil 12 00 20 00 15 00 To no ir» oo 25 00 25 00 40 00 25 00 40 OU,75 00 WA.11REN I S O a rat I-ir»,T*7-, E VfUW, I N N Frcnt oflko, over C. McGladhnn'tf Store. 1 I 7 1 W XV. E S A O I I E A A W UKD WING MINNESOTA 51V & J. E A to Ac at a RED WING, MINNESOTA. Spooial attention given to the 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. — 30 December 1863

5 *»II JE i. JAMES H. PARKER, EDITOR Red Wins, December SO 1SG3 O O E only excuse for the lack of reading matter in our paper thU week is, we have been keeping Christmas, and so have ti'c hand* in our office. Christmas comes but once a year, so we trust we shall be excus ed. 'I be N W dislike very, much to write under this heading this week. N is out of the question. W find a few items in the lat ter part of last weeks' dispatches that may be of some interest. Air. Schneck, member of Congress from Ohio has introduced a bill to repeal that part of the enrollment act providing for two classes of persons to be drafted, and con solidating the classes, Mr. Spauldiog has agitated the Bankru Question. Gen. Scofiold has boen removed from the Department of Missouri, and Gen llosen crani appointed in his stead. Tremendous Union Meetings have recently been held in Little Rock Ark Editorial Brevities On the 22d inst. Gen. Corcoran died from the effect of the injuries received in falling from hi...

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 December 1863

a She Wnlnwtm, City and County Affairs. RED WING, DECEMBER 3« 1363. W A A 1 DEED S for sale at this office. Chattel Mortgage a for sale at this office. -PUBLIC LECTURES. The following nnmed gentlemen will lec ture at the Court House in this city, on the evening of the day, corresponding to which their names appear below Rev. Peter Akers, January 5th Rer.S.H.Smi'h, 12th, 0. 0. Webster, 19th, Prof. E. E. Edwards. 26th, Rev. Jabey. Brooks, February 2d, He?. J. VV. Hancock, 9th, W. Bristol, E«q. 16tn Hon. E. T. Wilder, 23rd Dr. P. A.. Williamson, March. 2d, Frame Ives, Esq. 9th Hon. Charles McClure, 16th, 1 8 6 4 MARKETS.—The roads are ao badly blocked up, that but very little produce finds its was to market. All kinds of produce boars excellent prices. Wheat brings this morning 88 cents. Corn 70@73 Oats 55@ 58, Barley 75. Butter 20, Beans 2,25@2,50. Pork 4,75@5.00. Buck Wheat 01, Eggs 2) cents. LKCTUnK—Prof. Powers will lecture about ote foot of snow, which by the warm 1 iCouncileshouK...

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. — 30 December 1863

3 En abli*hod in 16 UJ PRAIRIE FARMER, 4 A WEEKLY Agricultural and Home Journal, -Devoted to the interests of the -whole INDDS »»At.(jO*MUNlTT. Anindispcnsiblo companion to* the FARMKK, the OKCHABDUST, UIK" the HOUSE- WIRE. TH E OLDEST, TH E BEST AN MOST WIDELY CIRCULATED WESTERN AGRI OOLTULAL PUBLICATION. Stock Breeders, Grain Growers, Cane, Llax, Cotton and I'obaceo Growers, Horticulturists, Farmers' Boy*, Farmers'Wives and Farmers' Daughters, all want this sterling and popular JovnUAt of RURAL I E Ita records of th* Condition of the Crops all over the Northwest and its Weekly MARKET REPORTS ar« of the raotst reliable charactor- fc ms in A a One copy, §2: 4 copies, $3 6 copies and one free to agent, 910 10 cepies and one free to agent, $L5. A large and liberal list of Premiums is offer ccL.for larger Clubs of subscribers. For sampled and further particulars, address SOLE EMERY & CO., 2 0 1 a St. a Ills Th Publishers or the A I I A E oiler the following splendid list of premium...

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 January 1864

v- I £t "T Pi HL VOLUME 8, NO, 24 Wflluttien', i-aiJLlSlIED KVEKY. WEDNESDAY A E S A E a ov Sui^souifTio.i $1,50 per annum, ftrt-jtly in advance I E S O ADVEKTISixNU. 25f~ Ton lines or. less make a square. ~3ff~ I 4vv sw 1 a^u'r. §1 5-1 am 1 1)111 SiiM 3 -l) A COMMODIOUS ST A III.K. for til a HcC'MU'.itodr.lion of teams. lllGKM VN IJUOTHKP.S. lv 3 $ 4 0 0 §fi 0 0 10 0.0 16 00 0 00 25~00 40 00 75 00 4 50 tj 0 0 1000 4 0'» fi 00 li*oi. I O0 S »»0 a 00 6 no 9 «0 l~ioT.~l 13 0J1 12 0 0 15 00' 111 on l?, 00 15 on i5 00 I S 00 "ao~oT) 2 5 00 40 00 T.eevt. A.»TKi*.TisEMEXTs,40ets.per Bqur.for nr*tirissrtion,25jt.s.eaeli subsequent insertion. Baitnss* Oar.ls. (six linos,) 8'5 per year. All .ilrirtUeruents continued until ordered ASM II L'ASSX W AJIREft 131IISTO L, a -s*"t XJ£»T*£7S7*, E W I I N N Hrant olR-c, over C. MeGlaskan'a Store. 1 I 7 \V. \V E S A O It N A A W BOD WING, MINNESOTA 51y 0. & J. O. McOLUKE, A to A: at a RED WING, MINNESOTA. Spocialattention 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. — 6 January 1864

I Skt VfUtntret, JAMES ll. PARKER, EDIT0&. Ued Wins a a 6 tSCl. Very Lutest News* The terrible storms th£ttvccured here on tho 1st inst, Was still more terrible East and South. At Louisville the storm was violent and tho oold sevoro. The thermom niter fell 66)£ degrees in 18 hours. At S Louis all the railroads are Wodced up, and tho weather intensely oold. Cattle and liogs are frozen to death on the snow bound a n* L" 8 0 8 8eVCre- At Bdtfito the storm was terrible, and the .ttis ««H Intense. The T. hermbinoter stood at _* _^ „. f„, b^rfectt New Yeai"S gift is a donb 4A 2 degrees below zero on the 31st ult.. At Camp Ch ise two soldiers were frozen to death, and a number had their feet and hand frozen. Four rebel prisoners froze to d=atrt at Jeffersonville. Advices from Folly Island states tnat on Christmas morning our guns en Cumming's I'oiut opened on the city and fired for about three hours, setting the city em fire in several places. Despatches from New York states that Arch ...

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 January 1864

jjfrgjjjjgjhi City and County Afffflrs, KED \VING,jAr«UARY.fl'.S64. WARRASfT REED S for sale~at this office. Chattel Mortgage a for sale at thU office. PUBLI LECTURES. The following named gentlemen will lec ture at the Court House in this city, on the evening of the day, corresponding to which their names appear below Iter. 3. II. Smith, 12lh, 1864. U. G. Webster, l)th, Prof. E. E. Edwards. 2Gth, Jicv. Jabea Brooks, Kebrmry 2d, He?. J. VV. Hancock, 9th, W. Bristol, Kq. Kith. Hon. E. T. Wilder, 23rd Dr. P. A. Williamson, March, 2d, Grants Ives, Esq. Uth Hon. Charles McClure, 16th, MARKETS.—For more than a week there has been but little doing on the streets.— The roads are improving howerer, and aspublic they iinprovo grain con»es forward. Wheat is selling on our streets now for 9V($i)-l con's. Corn 75, Oats 50@58, Bar ley 70@75, Pork in the Hog $5@$5.25 per cwt, Beef $3@ per cwt, Gieen Hides d% («?7 conts, Wood, Green, $2 50@o.OO, Dry £:5@3.50 per cord, Hay $3@l0per ion. O MAIM ST. 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. — 6 January 1864

I ^^KmammfSmWt •^V :±Ui!L—,-ILLi E O S Tt* SAINT PAUL PRESS. Daltir Try-Weekly and Weekly, iVersally acknowledged to be tho Newepapw Published •rawest of Chicago.- ita earnest, fearless^and consistent ndvo cacy of she great principles for the armies of the on are contending ugaingt the host* of Slavery, and by its superrior enterprise ns Newspaper it has,in the third year of its pub lication, reached a circulation O LE THAI- OF ANT OTJUER JOCHNAL IN THEPTATB. he tiemendioti issues of the contest in i* to culminate in the approaching Presidential Campaig of 1864—the to will do 'ciS whether Slavery the mother of the Ue heftlon, ahall perish with her infernal oftspring or iv to generate a progeny of N a tional crimes and disasters—deman a in crowaefrto'jrts He put forth to oxtend the cir culation'o the Leadin Republican Journal of Minnesota, Minnesota can be carried fall by sv ran iorit of fifteen thousand forth twin cause of E E O A N N I O N if in every eity, to a ward the a as bo at...

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 January 1864

__— trtsily in advance. A E S O A E I S I N 1 9 Ten linos or lessmake a square. Svr $1 5 1 50 50 4vr 00 M**^ 10 00 IS 00 15 OOi 20 00 I eel. 13 00 We havej'ist bui.t A Cll.n»l()I)IOU S S A E Sir the accommodation of tenms. \»-f• Sk* falttttten, riTKLISHED 1SVEK* WEDNESDAY BY A E S A E SuBsuRiFTiow $1,50 por annum, __8w l§3oU 1 sqa'r 1 sq'rs .«'•* $2 00 3 00 4 50 4 00, 6 00 6 00' 9 00 Lao A i. AiiTBRTi9KMEi«Ts,40ct8. per squr.for 1 rat insertion,25ota. each subsequentinsertion. Business Cards, ,(aix lines,)ft6per year. All advertisements continued until ordered at AJISB H. 1'ARKS WARREN BRISTOL, A «st E WINCJ, I N N Front oflioe, over C. McGlashan's Store. 18v71y W W E S A O N E A A W E W I N MINNESOTA 51y C. & J. C. McCLUBE, A & a a RED WING, Spadal attention given to MINNESOTA the collection of •latin* against the United States tor l'AY AN BOUNTY of soldiers killed in battle or dying iu the service of the Government. O.flea in Brand's new building, next door to the lied Win...

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 January 1864

m. 1 ®fc &A4uUtx* J.IUZS II. PARKEii, EDITOR. Kc Winj?, a a a 13 IS64 Throo years ago we tn*k the stand that to baar be displeasure of thoso narrow minded biggots, who, taking a political dis- like to us when, anJ because we took a step in advance of them, still retaine their ani mosity, when pdicy, which then kept them back, now drives them forward. CSen. Butler. It. will be remembered that some weeks *o Gen. Butter was appointed a special agent of the government for the purpose of relieving our suffering prisoner* at and near Richmond In pursuance of his mission he has offered to exchange 150 0 rebel prisoner* for 10 )f fedsral prisoners, which, under any circumstances was a humiliation but suffer- ed to relieve our brei heron in loathsome confinement from suffeiing. The rebel au (horkies, however refused to recognize Gen. Butler, and his offer was refused, the rebels well knowing that while they are starving our men to death we are tro ting their men moro like guests than pri...

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 January 1864

Mt 9»UnUttt City and County Affairs, KED WING,JANUARY. 13 1864. I E E S he following named gentlemen will lec- ture at the Court House in this city, on the evening of the day, corresponding to which their names appear below January, 1864. 'C.C.Webster 1 9 Prof. E. E Edwards. 20th' Rev. Jabez Brooks, February 2 Kev. W Hancock. 9th, W Bristol, Esq. 16 in. Men. E. T. Wilder, 23rd Dr. F. A Williamson, March, 2d, FraRK Ives, Esq. 9th Hon Cnail«ss McClure, l(nh E E he lecture last evening, by Rev. S. II. Smith, was a masterly effort, I claiming and establishing for the Bible as Webster, Esq. W have not yet been able to find out what the subject will be, but it •will bo announced in the Bepullibun next Friday. CoN'CEar.—Miss Mary E Brown, one them at the Court House this evening.— that a project has been inaugurated by some of our pleasure loving citizens, for a grand Sleighing Tarty to Hustings, to came off about the 2Gth of the present month. Tho lla»tings people are making preparation t...

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 January 1864

^»n.ofin*3noTPXJi 1 8 6 4 THE SAINT PAUL PRESS. Daily, Try-Weekly and Weekly. Is universally acknowledged tebe tho Best Newspaper Published Northwest of Chicago.' Py its enrnpst, fearlcss*and consistent advo cacy «f ths great principles for which the armies ANY STBIin lOUI'.HAL 15 TNKSTATK The tremendioue issues of t!c contest which is to culminate in the approach-ng Presidential Campaign i»n^!?4—the result of which will de cide whether Slavery, the mother of the Re b*Hion, shall perish with her infernal offspring, or "rjrvive to generate a new progeny or Na ttnTial crimes and disasters—demand that in creased efforts be put rbrth to extend the cir ouiation of* the Leading Republican Journal of Minnesota. Minnesota can he carried next fall by a ma jority of fifteen thousand lor the twin cause or *'KEl£DOM AND THE UNION, if in avery city, town and ward the canvasbe at once begun by persuading very intelligent »ter to TAKE THE PRESS, wrer^ Bcprjb-Ucan and Uaionma* should TAKE THE PRESS...

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 January 1864

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