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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 20 January 1864

1 1 1 4 •i JAMES H. PARKED, EDITOft. Kcl W in a a 9 0 1 9 6 4 The Drnft. The draft has not been postpon d, it isGreen. only flolayodto give iHo draft commission ers time to prepare tho quotas of the sever al trwns, which will soon be done, and then they may receive orders at any moment to proceed. The Government i* not anxious to compel men, to go into the army, it great ly prefers volunteers but men it must have, and though it.has delayed until the list ^rnont, in order to give men a chance to volunteer, the time is coming—is near at hand when it must have men. When, the draft takes place it will be forment all the men due.from this state at the time of the draft. That number at the date of Gov. Swifts message to the legislature now in session was 2124. These will be draft ed from the towns that have not filled their quotas. The distinction between the 1stRegiment and 2d class has- been abolished, and the draft will take any whose name happens to come out of the box, between twenty...

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 January 1864

it *t SSIMSI Dec. 1 Interest on Bonds Nos. 44, 5"», 3.41,45, 32, 48, 50. 34, 42, 100, 8t, 100. 10», 108. 103. 102, 98, 23, 67, «1 and »0 1250 13! Intere»t on Bonds Nos. 101, 65, 13, 15, 88, 89, 62, 2«, 7H, 104, 75, 16, 0d, 87, 93, 85, 78 and 73 373 55! I1. Joss, on Salary as County Auditor 125 00 0. Denstnore, for Bunds Nos. 25 and 66 and Interest 184 30 A. C. Youinans, Petit Juror foo 12 84 F. A Barnes, Brown A Botcher, bill allowed by County Commissioners..., E. P. Luwutor, Volunteer appro* priation Bugenu Pbilleo, volunteer boun ty E. G. Comstock tees as School Examiner Smith. Meigs A Co., with inter est Ft»r balance of Judgment in favor of 11. Parmingtuo A Co., with hi- F-ir Judgment in fav»r of I.. K. Dim ini«.-k, with interest For balance of VolunU-or Appri|iiia tiolii For balance of i\ou-l und lirijge A| propriation.i AXA nit due on Ileal Iv-t:tle tax of 185a ?lnlS 14 Interest ou nm... .Amount din »u l'ers ftal Prop erty ix of l" j.t, inel u dinj I'euahy Amount due on Real Ks...

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 January 1864

RES "WING Hardware Store. E L. BAKER, .. (Stcemor to C. H. £. L. Jtaier.) Wholesale and Retail E A I I Hardware, Tin-ware aid Stores, SHELF HARD-WARE, HYDRAULIC RAMS, CROSS CUT SAWS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE LEAD PIPE, BELLOWS, VICES, ANVILS, DRILLS. CHAINS, NAILS, PUMPS, SCALES, FILES AXES &o. I O N SLIGO, SWBDISII, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN REFINED. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS dec, &c &c. kinds of Tin, 9hect Iron end Coppei Wffk manufactured t6 order byexperienced jrkmen. January 1, 1863. n©24v71j FAIRBANKS* STANDARD S'-C A E S OK ALL KINDS. Also, Warehouse Tracks, Letter Presses, &c. FAIRBANKS, GKEENLEAF A CO., 172 Lake street, Chicago. Sold in Red Wing by C. H. A E. L. A KER be careful to buy only the genuine. 5-30. 5-90. THE UNITED Sl'ATES I O A 5-8 0 O A N BANK OF Tuostrsox BROTH*ns, Si. PAUL, Dec. 10, 1563. The Secretary of the Treasury has not given •notice any intention to withdraw this popu lar Lwan from sale at Par. andr until ten days' notice is given ihe undersigned, a...

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. — 27 January 1864

VOLUME S, NO, 5 4 1 at'..WnlmUtriHAMnNE PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY A E S FT. A E TKUMSOIT SUBSOUU'TION $1,50per annum, Hctly in advance. KATE S O ADVERTISING 154^ Tea lines or lessmake a square. Aw $T6o $goo 3 0(1 4 6 ixj' 10 ooi Sw 1 *iu'r 8ra 6 O.iiec in Brand's now building, next door tlio Ued Win,' Hoii*e. K«d Win-.', Alarcli Sth,1Sii. iy S3 oo $4 00 6 oo 8 oo 12 00 15 00 §6 00 1000 12 00 10 00 16 00 20 00 4 50 6 00 a 50 I »^'r 3 50 V£ ink. 5 00 »«U 3 no 9 00 AM at II. PAUKE 15 00 25 00 25 00 13 00 30 00 OOi W A E I S O 40 00 75 00 25 00 40 00 LB-VVL /VuvKRTisEilENTs,40cts. per squr.for tr»tin»ortion,25ets. earth subsequent insertion. K'umjss Cards, (siKlines,") $6 per year. \ll iU-3rti.-*ements continuea until ordered Main btreet, Led Wing, Minn, teat. UFA) WINK, MINN. Front olfieo, over C. MoGlaslittn\» Store. I»v7iy W W. I I E S A O I I N E A A W W I N I N N E S O A 51V O.&J. C. McCLURE, A to Ac a a RKD WING, MINNESOTA. Special attention given to tlio collection claims...

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. — 27 January 1864

r* 7roj ./ 2 it) U.illKI LlMCOJU. We jfrain from committing so act ?n to hoist the name of any political candidate at the head of our paoer. But we distinctly and unhesitatingly say that Abraham Lincoln has our fuli confidence aad is our first choice for the presidency. If he should fail to bo nominated by the Union men, we have uo second choice. And wr are glad to hear the nation beginning to speak out, The people love the defender of their liberties, and he will wo firmly be. lieve, bj sent back to the White Lliu»e by the unanimous acclamation of the people. T) Republicans of New Hampshire have been holding a State Convention, at which after passing a resolution repudiating all par lav, passed the following lie oiu.d- That Abraham Lincoln, by the exercise, during the severest trials and most dangerous crisis in the nation history, of unequaled sagacity and statesmanship, of a modulation and prudence which experience has shown to be the highest wisdom, by his integrity of personal ...

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. — 27 January 1864

mat HB their names appear below Rev. Dr McMasters, February 2d, Rev. W Hancock, 9th, W Bristol, Esq. ]6t Rev. Jabez Brooks, February 23d, Dr. F. A WilliamsoB, March. 2d, Franx Ives, Esq. 9th idon. Charles McClure, 16th, 75@80, Butter 20@25, Eggs 2 5, id Green, 7 cts. 'benefit of soldiers' families. A O I N E C. Hawes has been pointed Deputy Sheriff of this Coufe'ty, fAiico of J. II. Brand resigned. "Was settled in this way 'that co:M best be left that rs\al aaap ®h W&lmtiti, RED WING,JAi\UAKY,27 '.864. the large Bounties had tetter apply to —m immediately, and he W.1I procure tation for theis to St Paul. to be neglected or disused. So wr con sln-i next door to the Goodhuw Co. Ding •CwoAflo J.JUHXAI.. We publish this •week t!ie promectUH of the valuable jour- ::al above mentioned. We regard it as the •the \nry hest p.iper in Chicago, and recom- mend it in preference to any oilier. It (politicvl articles are sound, and entirely free from that fanaticism that characterizes •so many...

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. — 27 January 1864

CTgggB RE1 WING are SHELF HARDWARE, HYDRAULIC RAMS, CROSS OUT SAWS, L» E. L. BAKER, {Successor to C. 11. E. L. Raker.) Wholesal and Retail E A Ti I N Hardware, Tin-ware and Stoves. BU1LDEIIS' HARDWARE *n_d *!!*a11 LEAD PIPE, BELLOWS, VICES, ANVILS, DRILLS. CHAINS, NAILS, PUMPS, SCALES, FILES AXES &o. I O N JPERU, RLIGO, SWEDISH, ENGLISU ANI AMERICAN ItEKIXED. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS il kinds of Tin Sheet Tron and Coppoi manufactured to order byoxperioncad .vrfcmen. •lannary 1, 1SG0. noSlvTly 5-ao. 5-30. THE UNITED SJ'ATESing O A 5-2 0 O A N Prudence and self-interest must forco the minds of those contemplating the formation of National Bunking Associations, as woll as the minds of all who have idle money on their hand*, to tho prompt conclusion that they should lose no time in subscribing to this most popular Loan. It will soon be beyond their reach and advance to a handsome premium,as was the result with the''Seven-thirty" Loan, when it was all sold and could no longer be subsc...

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 February 1864

i-, '--A Wit Wulmitti. P)pi|^!^EKfiVElt\r WEDNESDAY, BY A E S A E a a or SL'BSOUIPTION §1,50 per annum, tiortly in advance. KJVFI3.4 oi- MVEHtlSIN G. 25T" r*m lines or lessmake a square. If eoL.j S tt«» vT»T". I T:J Oil 75 00 LiftAi. Ao,t^iiTt8EsiENjs,4(lcts. per squr.for •rat I n*»f tto* ,85 cts. caehsubacnuentinscrtion. Btmness Cards, (six linos,) $6 per year, ^ty *4virtUenvent8 continued until ordered A.MBS II. l'AUKR W A E N BRISTOL, «. X^a-xtr, RKD WINCM MINN. Pront otlioc, over C. McGlashan's Store. 13v7 \V. W. PHELPS, A O E A A W KBDW1NG, MINNESOTA Sly 0. & J. O. xMcCLURE, A X. a a fiED WING, MINNESOTA. •Spjoiul :ittonti«5i ivcri to the collection of claims ajjaiusttho Dnitod States Tor PAY AN KOUN 1' of soldiers killed iu battle or dyyig the service of the Government. O.Iiee in Brand's new building, next door to I lie Uod Wing House. U«d Wing, March 9th,lS61. tf JAMES II. PARKER, A TTO A7 0 Utfi EL 0 A TLA W. Ami Notary RED WING, MINNESOTA. Particular attention eivon to ...

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 February 1864

VOLUME 8, NO, 30 PEJBLtStlkl) EVEii WEDNESDAY BY A E S I I A E a a or St'Bsuuii'TioN §1,50 per annum, iatly in advance. iftiATft* O fen linos or 1 I»v71y .,«,.. pi.u A E I S I N csMinake a square. 3w 4sv Sw 3rn $3ooj $4 00 4 50 6 00 1 *.iu'r? $1 6 »q'r*i d'J 1 Afe'l/i 4 50. 4 00 X»ok.| 5 oo }f coi.j S U«t v«»i. is *)v» X.00 9 00 13 00 "•JO 00 8 DO a oo on 10 OU 1:"» (10 w. \v. II E s, A O I E A A W E W I N MINNESOTA 5lY 0. & J. O. xMcCLIIRE, Attorneys & Counselors at Law. RED WIN }, MINNESOTA. ripjeial attentiea given to the collection of claim-* agaiusttho United Sutcs :or PAY AND BOON L'V of.vjldusrs killed in battle or dying die service of the Government. O.Hcc in lirund'aiiew building, next door to the Uod Wing House. Hud .Vin?, March 3th,lS61. tf JAMES II. PARKER, A TO A7i' 0 UX 4 HL (Hi AT LA IV. Anil Notary i'ublie RED WING, MINNESOTA. I'articubtr att mtbui »5veii to the i-ol lection of l.T.lil)-t til I a I II l! .var.! a ts AKKRAK PAY V. Ktr'liA PAY Oil I N S I N s. ...

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 February 1864

,t.lML\S II. PARKB&i liurnaido, BolvuWe Central Point, Fouthorstono, Goodhue, Hay Cveeii, «i Lilian, Miunoola, iSOuessssi WMmin% h'DITOSr^ Wiugr Febvrjfiry /'A? 1 8 6 4 iit.'i'iilihcnii Unio County Convention. There will be a Republican' Union Con vention held at the Court House in the oity of lied Wing on the 26th inst, at 2 o'clock p. M. for the purpose of electing six delegated to represent Goodhue county in the State convention which convenes at bt. Paul on march the 2nd 18GL The Representation of the different towns is a. follows 1 Belle Creek I Cannon Falls 1 Cherry Grovo, 2 Fiareuco, 1 HdMen, 2 Kenyan. 1 Leon, 2 Pine Island, 2 Kod Wing, 2 Wananiiugo, 1 AVacota, 2. KObCOe, t. Va.*a. Warsaw. Zumbrotu, ByJL 1 2 2 8 1 1 3 8 3 1 rder of the committee, W. S. Gnow. C. W. WHITE. C. W. LlBBY. It. H. KNOX. A. 11. BJORAKY. S in Campaign Those who think the hard fighting is over arc mistaken. Unless all the signs fail the spring campaign will be the most holly contested, and the bloo...

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 February 1864

'-••mr«y--$".'r?t i*-.' PPP" Sfct ffiffiiiwei, City and County Affairs. RED WING, FEBRUARY 17 1804. I E E S The following named gentlemen will lee ure at the Court House in this city, on the •rening °f he day, corresponding to which their names appearjbelow: Rev. Jabez Brooks, February. 23d, Dr. F. A. Williamson, March, 2d, Fran* Ive3, Esq. 9th Hon. Charles McClure, 16th, MARKETS—So little produce finds its way to market these days, that it is of little use to make up a market report. Wheat is in good demand at 83, and some joads have sold for 8t* cents. Corn 90, Oats 65@68, Barley 95, Hides—Green, 7 cts perRun, lb, Buiter 25, Eggs 20 and scarce, Wood $3 Hay$L0@12 per ten. Go to Sand.us grand Gymnastic Exualibristic Entertainment to night. and Town Cancu?. The Republicans and all Union loving men of the town of Red Wing, are request ed to meet in caucus, at the Court House at 7 o'clock p.• M. on Wednesday the 21th inst., for the purpose of electing eight dele gates to attend the cou...

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. — 17 February 1864

wngawsw -FOR 1S64. _^ -___v Tri-Werkl and tVeefcly. SINCE oni last yearly announcement, TnE -"•EVENING JODUNAL, ittJkU it editions, lias large- Iyijtncreased its circula.5i0n.acdundergone great improvement. '3*s%'tt has kept on,"intho even tenor of its ways,' suBporting the cause of the conntry and ofthe Government with iR~the zeal and earnestness in 2 power. "Keeping in view the one great ana all-im 1. poxtant issue that is being contested on the bat tla-fieids. -.._ W bur cause a to and fighting great expense has been incurred and great ef fort made, which has beenmore than reward ed by it steady and lar increase of patrons. To increase our faffilitiea atill farther, we have hrdored A »-w Sieam in er of double the capacity of the one on which THE JOUBNAL is now printed New York. In short, our endeavors, in every depart ment of the Journal, are'directed to the one great objict of giving to the Western people A Mound, CompreheiiMiva au Reliabl N a While gratefully acknowledging 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. — 24 February 1864

JK 11 .Sit IMtttttm, FtfftLLSIIED EV2K* WEDNESDAY, -»-?.- BY A E S A E Ttinsoif Sumuiui'TWii $1,50 per aniiflm, in advance. A E S O ADVERTISING Z3&* f*n lines or lessmake a square. 1 *tu'r| $l5-»j $-2'M' »q'T4i 2 aoj 3 00 &KSS 11 I'AUKE 0, & J. 0. McCLURE, Attorney* & :it a RED WING. Mis:fESOTA. Specialattontloa given to the collection of claim* against the United Slatosi'or I*AY AND BOUN I'V of.-.oidiers killed in battle or dying in the service oftka Government. i).Hue in Urani i's now build int.', next door to .11 OU 111 ii ei ho U(jd'^iug.t'iousc. RoJ Wrn»,"March 9th A. R. FIELD, Proprietor, /tan Street, hcleten. Main and Third Strett#,\ RED WIKO, MISSKSOTA. fJtiam fiaotod *nd DCAlifSoaoolj A At''/*- Jy §4 00 ~$G~5o 10 00 Luvr, Ai)rBiiTi8BMEJ«T8,40ct8.per squr.for frst insertion,25 jts.eaoh subsequentinsertion. Main Street, Red Wing, Minn Business Cards, (*i* lines,) §6 per year. All'atvjrtUements continued until ordered A N I E S O W E & O W E N I S O •A.itox...

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 February 1864

vi, v—• U-- l&t flittttten', I S E liVEK W E N E S A BY A E 3 A E TaaKSoe- SUBSOKII'TIOM §1,50 per aim 9m, i*tly in a a A E S O A I S I S I N Z&9 Ton lines or lessraak a a re 1 '6\v 2 50 3 5 0 in I iini 4\v 1 si'iu'r! 7J3TH) S4 00j $a U0J10 0O 3 L»0 4 00 8 »l'M «oV. i) 11") 6 001 S »01 12 00 20 001 Ii 1)1) 0 00 12 00 10 00 1 col. 15 00 4VBS II I'AHKE D.Hou in i'r.ui i' new building, t:i3 Lt'jd '^'iui.' i1ou.se. lloJ Wfnsj, March Sth. tS•» 1. A ll.nl \i in.' Hi. II 15 00.25 00 13 00 20 00 15 00 25 00 40 001 25 001 40 00175 00 Wc have j-.stbai. a O O S S A E for the aeommodutio ton lllitlvMAN 1 •'•.'. \U Wins?, Mi Ai)TKUTisEMESTs,40cts.per squr.for A N E E MOTIONS, &C. 2 5 a snbscquontinsertion.'Main Sfreet, Red Wing, Minn. Business Cards, (*dx linos,) $6 per year. All' advertisements continued untUordere A N I E S O W E & O W\UltKN BRISTOL, A a Xjr*."ovr» E VTINfi, I N N Front ofU.ro, over C. Mo'J'iisluin's Store. 15v71y W. W. II E s, A O ll N E A \. A W R1C \V G, MIN...

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 February 1864

me mm 5f ht. Wnlmtttx, JAXJZS //. I'AKKA'k, EDITOR W is a 2 1 1§G 4 Simp'y LHIOII. A caucus of the Republican members of Conferess was held in the House of Kepie sentatives on the evening of the 8th inst. at which about seventy five were present, among whom were Senators Harris of New York, Morrill of Maine.* Wilson of Mnssa chuselts Doo'ittie of Wisconsin and Trum bull of Illinois. The object of the caucus was to take into consideration tin method of conducting the approaching Presidential campaign. The almost unanimously expressed opinion was in fiv(»r of presenting the Presidential candidate to the peopie on the simple ques lioH of Union. The remarks of some of the xenatora present arc worthy to be repro duced here. Senator Wilson «aid "The liupubluan party had changed very much Miiee the In.-1 election and in canvassing fur ''resident, it had boveme uecessary to ad mit, cver^ HJUIJJ Union «nan who would act witlithuin. vVe htd outg own tha affairs of 18(50, ana lie wished they 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. — 24 February 1864

a iei'dewanpsnsnsmMssnBnnassnKrTsasSBMBnssarMSBa ®lue Wflluntm, City and Oounty Affairs. RED WING,FEBRUARY 24 1S64. E E S The following named gentlemen will lec ure at the Court House in this city, on the erening of the day, corresponding to which their names appear below Dr. P. A. Williamson, March. 1st FranK Ives, Esq. 8th Hon. Charles McClure, 15th, GREAT REDUCTION.— Bowman & Huset tre selling off their large and well selected stock of goods at greatly reduced rates.— head their advertisement, and then go and see if they do not tell the truth. Mer chants are tuaki great calculations for,an entirely n«w stock of goods in the spring, and they want to clean out the old stock. COMPANIES A. F. and D, of the third reg came home Saturday and Sunday, and they found that the patriotic ladies of Ked Wing were expecting them. A table wos set in Sterling's. Hall, where all the good c'.ieer of the city seemed to have ac cumulated. TJapt. Phelps made a speech to the soldiers Sa urday night...

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 February 1864

ism aavfanj mmmm T!!SIflpSfl EVfiSUNi JOURNA FOR 1864. Trl-Week!y and Ws*blv. Rii«OG-bni lust yearly announcement, Tns E\jtu \o .JouKNAt, in all it editions, ha» large ly in reaped its circulation and undergone great improvement. It ha* kept on,"ln tl.c even tenor of its ways," »:ipp rting the cause of the country and or tb» (Government with all the zeal and earnestness in its power. Keeping in view the one great and all-im portant issue that in being contested on the bat tle-fields. The Preservation of the Republic* wo have seen but one course to pursue in thi» emergency, namely t-x/ice a cardial and con stant support to those wh: are at the head (if the Government and of the urmic$ of the Union, rep resenting our cause and laboring and fighting for it* success. "This had beea the course of THE JOUUMAC thus t'ur since the commencement of the War, ii»d t.lu.s jo will continue to be until the rebel lionsl\all have been completely'suppressed and ths Union fully rodtored. This is the c...

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. — 2 March 1864

VOLUME 8, NO, 32 fc_—————i—— ht Wflltttttm, I S E E EVEK WEDNESDAY BY A E S A E SUBSOHIPTION $1,50 per annum, tally iu advance. A E S O A E I S I N E_F* Tea lines or lessmake a square. 3\v 1 squ'r $1 5i q'r.tj 2 on I *__£_i| 3 301 JOt.i OOj eoi. ai 1 e«K~j T:{ «)7»l *oh" l: to _o 00l'25 ooi *4»OOTT5 ©S^V Bi«in%ss Cards, (sixlinis, §6 per year. I All aivirtiseinonts continued until ordered eat. ASf ns II I A E W VPaiSN BRISTOL, A I a E WING HISS. Front O!KJC, over 0 McGHnskan's Store. _Sv7ly \V. W. II E S, A O N E A A W RED WING MINNESOTA 51y 0. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorney Ac Counselor at La RED WING, MINNESOTA. SpjoialattciKiaH given to the collection ofi «-,. .-._ ,^-.~' claim* against the Unitad Sute.s or PAY AN N*,^_J_,_,. UOtJNTV of soldiers killed in hati:e or dying in the service of the Government. O.Hee in Brand's how building, next door to ho Kcd Wing House. K«1 Wing, March Sth.lSnl. tf JAMES H. PARKER, ATTQ&.VBV $• COUNSELOR AT LAW.l And Notary Particular attention (r...

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. — 2 March 1864

JI.JHU Ifce VfUmtm. A YIH if. PARKER, .• .• EDITOR Red Wins, march 9il, 1864o. THE absence of the editor accounts Tor the lack ofreading matter this week in this paper. CALL FOR A NATIONAL CONV£N TION. WASHISOTOS, Feb. ?.2. The undersigned, who by original «p pointment or subsequent designation to fill vacancies, constitute the Kxecutive Com mittee created by the National Convention held at Chicago on the 10th day «f May 1860, do hereby upon all qualified vo tera who desire the unconditional maintain-i*1"1 ance ol the Union, the supremacy of th Constitution* and the complete suppression of the rebellion, with the cause thereof, by vigorous war and all apt and efficient means to send delegates to a convention to assem ble at Baltimore on Tuesday, June' 7, 1864, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of pre senting candidates for the offices of Presi dent and Vice President of the United States. Each State having a representative in Congress will be entitled to as many del egates as sha...

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. — 2 March 1864

assss mm I WjOflntttett, City and County Affairs. RED WINQ, MARCH 2 :sc4. I ii S S The following named gentlemen v?ill lee lire at the Court House in this city, on the evening of the day, corresponding to which their names Appear below .Dr. P. A. Williamson, March, 1st JrVaaK Ives, Esq. 8th JHOE. Charles McClure, 15th, rSaERJii.x3 EXPEDITION.—Wo publish on vtbe first page and article from the Mrork Times, on the probable destination of iShermaas expedition. Read that article carefully with a map before you and watch events. WHAT THR MEBCHAXTS SaY.—The mer chants everywhere who sell DeLands Chem Teal Sahratus aay that no article ever sold, gives such universal satisfaction to custo mers. They like to have customers pleased. —especially the ladies. They know it is the -"Housewife's Favorite"—that Chemicaj •Salaratas. iFiREMAKs MEETING.—This is the eve *iing for/the regular monthly meeting of the fire company. THEftElis no especial merit in selling of -at cost,late in Che season, ft is...

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