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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 23 April 1862

_» W*» i. ...- OFFICIAL PAPER OF TH E OlTT. HOME COLUMN. KED WING, APRIL 23,'.S62. TIKOTHV SEED.—Tho best quality of Timothy Seed for sale at Johnson's Agricultural Ware house, by (Wd) C.C. JOHNSON. TOWN OICDKKB.—We have just printed, and have now on hand, a large lot of blank town Perhaps the city ought to clear it away, a •owner. others we notice packages for G. R. Ster •orders which woshall sell cheap. Town Clerks1 steps, for, be it known, oh city fathers, will find it much more convenient to use the blank* than they will to write an order «very lime they want to use one. ttng& Co., A. W Esping Esq, A. 11. Jones, C. II. & E L. Baker and Brown & batcher. Our merchants are all laying in a stock this spring, thing in that line of trade. W notice also that the doctor has received a good stock of Gilded Moulding for picture frames. Don't forget where to call when you want any thing of the kind. Gos-DHCJ! Co. E I A N paper we can do just as well as not. Mid a good thing las...

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 April 1862

|S A-N, AC?? Kftt&led "An act te regulate judicial sales (StaML property and frecfemp-sum tioo tbefefhotn." ••/, l&ifthQcfedby the Legislature of the State of Minnesota Section'-1. W any judicial sale of ^sal property has heretofore hteri made by any Sheriff whose' term of of.office has expired, without a deed to complete such sale having been exe cuted, such deed may be executed by the acting Sheriff of the county in which such real property is situated, with 'the same force and effect as though executed as the Sheriff making such sale. Sec. 2. Upon the sale of real pro perty upon execution, where the estate sold shall be less than a lease-hold of two years unexpired term, the sale shall be absolute in all other eases the pro perty sold shall be subject to the re demption as provided by law. Sec. 3. Whenever any sale of real property shall hereafter be made upon any execution, or pursuant to any judg ment, decree or order of a court, (ex cept where otherwise specified in su...

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 April 1862

v. •Ht a VOLUME 6, NUMBER 40. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BT A E & A E N TERMS of SUBSOBIFTION $1,50 per annum Strictly in advance: RAlTE S O A E I S I N 9 Ten lines or less make a square. 3w I squ'r 3 5C 5 00 3 00 13 00 \i col. i~co\f Um 4w 8w 8m $2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 00 la 00 $ SO/TB $ sq'rs 00 $4 00 6 00 S 00 12 00 10.00 16 00 1000 12 00,20 00 15 00 25 00 13 00 20 00 15 00 25 00 25 00 40 00 40 00 75 00 LEGAL ADVERTISMKNT?. 40 first insertion,25 cts. each subsequent insertion. liaements set double Advertiseme 'price additional. Transient advertisemauts mnpt be paid for 1m advance, continued advertisements quar 'terly and legal advertisements before the day 'of sain. Business Cards. (six lines,) $6 per year. 'All advertie*ments continued until ordered feat. JAVES II. PARKKB. W G. AII.EV. S I N E S S A S W. W E S A O N E A A W E W I N MINNESOTA 51y A E S A E JLTTORtfEYQ COUNSELOR AT LAW. A nd Notary RED WING, MINNESOTA. Office in The Goodhue Volunteer building K.d Wing, March S...

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 April 1862

I JWti ii u.,. :wrv7i' .'»*-—'— ••r^-.-^yT-.-., ._,.!„, %($00%e$j)luttirtr A it W in A SO. 1 8 6 4 School Lands. Frequent enquiry concerning the situation of the School Lands in thi* State at the pres ent time, has suggested to us the propriety of devoting whatever space may be neces sary to a clear statement of it, to that sub ject. Prior to the Isst session of the legislature nothing had been done further than to es tablish a price, viz, seven dollars per acre, below which none of those lands should be sold. No provission had been made for the sale or disposition in any way of them, and it Was a question of great uncertainty wheth er any person or persons had a right eveu to lease them. At the last session however, ample pro vision was made. A general State Land Officejwss established at the Capitol of the State, and the State Auditor is ex-officia] land.commissioner. He has control accord ing to law, of all the lands owned by, or in which the State has any interest, including rai...

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 April 1862

2^^-jnenunaenei 6FFICIAL PAPER OF TH E CITY. HOME COLUMN. KED WING, APRIL SV.SSS. A N S A N S WEIIAVE JUST PRINTED AN HAVE now on hand for sale, at this office, a large lot ot BLANKS, including Warranty pceds, Quit-Claim Deed*, Mortgage*, Chattel Mortgages, besides a full assortment of Jus tice's blanks* N*w GOODS.—We notice"this week, that b. Bergh Esq., fashionable tailor, whose business card may be seen by refcring to our Hint page, has just received a large addition to hits slock. Remember him. built in the city of Winona. committee consisting of Messrs. Geo. Dick- enson, F. Phillcu and S. S. Granniswas appointed to solicit subscriptions to tin lots in said cemetary. FABMIMO.—Farmers in this County have the river. This seems to be the case begun in earnest to put in their crops, not- I The bank formed at the mouth o.' the creek withstanding the backwardness of the season is precept ibly larger that last, spring, and at COUBT W learn from the Winona Republican that Winona County ...

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 April 1862

Sec. 2 9 For this purpose, each examiner named in section 28 of this act, shall attend his office or at his residence on the last Saturdays of April and October in each year. such persons as upon examination appear to he well qualified to teach reading, writing, English, grammer, including orthography, arithmetic, geography, and history, and can give satisfactory evidence of good moral character, such examiner shall grant his cer tificate of license to teach any common school in the county ior one year. See. 30 Such examiner may cite to re examination any person holding a license and under contract to teach any common school in his commissioner district, and be ing satisfied upon such re-examination or otherwise that such person is not of good moral character, or has not sufficient learn ing or ability to teach a common school, he may revoke such license, and from the time the notice of such revocation is filed in thethe office of the district clerk, the teacher's con tract shall be...

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 May 1862

miss Y0LUME6. NUMBKR41. PUBLISHED EVZKT WEDBESDAT, »T A E A A E N Tsiss or Svasoarrrio*: $1,50 per annum ItHotljia advance. -. -."• *. A E S O A E I S I N tBfjr Ten lines or less make a square. hmmxh AoTSBTnWKNT*, 40ots. po» squr. for STat insertion, 25cts. each subseqiient insertion. Advertisements set in double c»lnmn,)£ price additional. ",.• Transient advertisements mart 1)0 paid for In advance, continued advertisement* quar terly and Is*al advertisements before the day e.f sate* .Bnsia«AaCa?da,( six lines,) $6 per year. Ail advertiesments continued until ordered O&t. JAME S II. PAIIKK W G. ALIEN S I N E S S A S W. W E S A O N E A A W 1BDW1KG, BE WING BE WING MINNESOTA Sly JAMES II. PARKER, ATTORNEY 4- CO UNSEL OR AT LAW. A Notary MINNESOTA. Office in The Goodhue Volunteer building Wing, March 8th. tf C. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorneys A Counselors at a MINNESOTA. Special attention given to the collection of elaims against the United State* for PAT AND BOUNTY of soldiers kill...

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 May 1862

Cfccfe%e«nte a 1 Little by Little, a tost BishopWhipple would prehaWy show how, little by litdc wen aref •itfkdawoy from tho paths of virtue, and nilirai aliie* to their God. We intend only to paint to fete that every ono whe reads tho MOWS already know*, showing that tittle by little tho groat work or restoring tho Unien to being aurely accomplished. fif month* ago tho rebel* hold, possess ami occupied a lino from Great Bethel, am tho Chesapeake, extending the whole tarafth of tho|Potomsc, across the mountains Into Kentucky, occupying nearly tho whole that Mtato tho whole of Tennessee, and 0*0*1on Miasoari to the terror and rain of the loyal iahahitaata. There they rested, while inactivity of our own force*, as. hy numberless knowing editors, beg* aa imaatistico in the public mind that was dif. floeit to keep suppressed. The apparent in aotieHy however, was only such as events havo shown was noceesary to properly de vise, arrange and perfect a plan of operation. and make suitable 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. — 7 May 1862

ffl$4mtyit%Mm OFFICIAL PAPER O TH E CITY. HCMfi COLUMN. sii 11 BED WING, MAY 7.IS82. BLANKS I BLANKS! I E HAVE JUST PBINTED AND HAVE W BOW on hand for sale, at this office, a karfr* lot BLANKS, including Warran„v Sortgages.of ieds, Quit-Claim Dseda, Mortgages, Chattel besides a fell assortment of Jus tice's blanks. »—.». .— ORAhtJM.—ttsrlan has just received tts* lot *f Orang**. Try one. Arrmimox FIBBMB*.—To-night is the regular monthly meeting of the Fire Com jpaay. Let there be a full attendance, eg important business will be before the meet THANKS.—We ore under obligation to the zlooe. Hies, Wilkinson, Aldrich and Win Mom for important and valuable public doc uments, and for interesting speeches. The/ %tll please accept our thanks. ALL who want a clean, smooth fsce can weiaia that luxury by calling at Prof. J. Lundgrsn's, over the way. He barber* ilea hit customers by no means barberously STBrrmo STOKE.—Mr. B. P. Lowater was patriotic enough one day last week to place a large sto...

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 May 1862

fflUMritisr mil blank*, at aKaHWabte ihe^eounty treasurer 5 & S rWattafona°* this act. Boa. 4& AM moneys received by the tmaurar under the protiwons of tMa •at, ahail be held at all time* subject to the and direction of the State Treasurer, Us« banaflt of the fund* to which Mich W WWn aM on :ih flrat dayof Aaguat in each year, and at such •rtnor tiinoa aa he may be requested so to do by the aaid State treasurer, each county tmaiurer shall pay over to the raid State treasurer all moneys he may haye received on account of such fund Sac. 46. Whenever in the opinion of the eommtasioner it will he for the interest of the people of this State that sn appaisal of any of the school lands mentioned in this act or of the improvements should be made, it shall point an appraiser in the county in which the lands to be appraised are situated, and to notify, the county commissioners of said county to appoint two nppisiser, and there-, upon the said'county commissions shall within ten days ...

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 May 1862

9B roit*g^^ga^ blanks, shall enable the county treasurer 10 **"7 WH the provisions of this net. Sec. 4& Aft moneys received By HMt tremeurer under the provisions of this •«, •hall be held mt all times subject to the •rd*r and direction of the State Treasurer, fay U«.ba^eJlt of the funds to which sucy mcoeyt reapectively belong and, on the first day of Auguat in each year, and at such other time* as he iriay be requested KO to do bj the laid State treasurer, each county treasurer shall pay over to the raid State treasurer all moneys he may have received •o account of such fund. Bee. 46. Whenever in the opinion of the commissioner it will he for the interest of the people of this State that an appaisal of any of the school lands mentioned in this act or of the improvements upon the same should be made, it shall be his duty to ap Cids hit an appraiser in the county in which the to be appraised are situated, and towest notify the county commissioners of said county to appoint two ap...

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 May 1862

VOLUME e, NUMBER 42 rTJBTilsriii* EV2KY WEDNtSDAT, a A E & ALLEN, TtB*g o» 8unscKirTiox $1,50 per anmim 1 tffcetly 1 ad vance RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ten liiiea of leas make a square. 4W" 75 00 .T,XOAL ADVBRTISilENTS, 40 Ot8. pPf sqiir. f6r SratInsertion, 25 cts.ewsh subsequent'tafen'ori. Advertisements sot in double celumn,^ price additional. Transient ad vcrtisemgiits mnst be paid for jib advance, con tinned advertisements qiiur Urljr and legal advertisements before the day ef eale. Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. Atl advertiesments continued until ordered •at. JAMES II. PARKER. WH. U. AI I.KN. S I N E S S CARDS W. W. PHELPS, A O N E A A W BED WTNG, MINNESOTA 51y A E S A E A TTORNEY COUNSEL OR AT LA W. And Notary Public. BED WING, MIN*«SOTA. Office in The Goodhue Volunteer biflldiug Bad Wing, March 8th. tf C. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorneys & Counselors at a RED WING, MINNESOTA. Special attention given to the collection of claims against the United Slates tor PAY AN...

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 May 1862

SB r~l Ti-m—TWIIIII in lam ii A E E it _—*- W in a 1 1 9 6 MeClellan* Plane. The Washington correspondent of the Je York Times sajs: "It is not improper now to say that Gen eral HoGlellan's plan of the campaign or the peninsula was, when he had got into position before Yorktown, to hare fieneral McDow ell pu*h across to the hesd of the peninsula with 50,000 men and eut off the rebel retreat that has now taken place. IT this plan had been carried out not a regiment of all the rebel army at Yorktown would hire escaped but the plan was changed at Washington after General McCIelTao got before Yorktown and changed without his knowledge orcon sent. Hie enemies blame him now for let ting the enemy away, the very thing, above •Mother*, that McCIellan'a plan, if followed would have effectually prevented." With-regard to the authenticity of the above we know nothing. Probably the cor respondent of the Tima knows about as much about the matter as we do, which is not enough to bet on. The polic...

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 May 1862

OFFICIAL ii JtprtwmiHi IIIIII n«i tytfa^JMnntor PAPER OF THE CITY. •[in-.-i t.. ... HOME COLUMN. E WING, MAY U.:S62. »d =ws BLANKS I BLANKS! WE HAVE JUST PRINTED AND HAVE now on hand for vale, at this office, a brpc lot of BLANKS, including Warranty Jieeds. Quit-Claim Deeds, Mortgages, Chattel Mortgages,, besides a full assortment of Jus tice's blan' S ."« lk* Post Office Notice. TH« TIMB OF CLOSINO THX MAILS.—The mail iip will be closed at 10% o'clock, A. M. theconoentrite hiai* down will be cloned at 12 o'clock u., till farther notice. M. SORIN, P. Per E. P. LOWATIB. D. P. M. SUTLER.—Oar neighbor Wm. Brown has appointed Sutler in the Fifth Regiment. William, your friends are awful dry. TticKJUS HODSB.—Our readers from the country, who visit Red Wing oceasionaly Will do well to read the card of the Hick Wan House, which we publish this week. CUAPLAIH OF/TOB THIRD.—The numer ousnfaead** of Dr. Grary will rejoice to learn that he has been appointed to the Chaplaincy of tho Third Regi...

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 May 1862

l^wsof tbe«tete«f iriit»H«sota. as AN ACT To M«n4 Metion eighteen of chuptef *fly. •even of the Compiled Statuies, relating to Juries in pistrjci Courts \...'." ... Be it enacts* by the Lrghhture of the State tffiftntieiri. '_' Section 1. Th»t section eighteen of chap ter fifty -seven of the Compiled Statutes be amended so as to read as follows m'tl Whenever at any term of the district court in any of the counties of this State there until from any cause lie a deficiency of jurors, the court may order a special fen ire tn issue to the sheriff of the county com manding* him to summons from1''*he county •t large number therein named of compe tent persons to serve as jurors for the term or for any specified number of days. And if at any term of such court in any eounty there shall from any cause happen to be nn entire absence of jurors of the rs&tylarpptnel whether from an omission to draw or ta summon such jurors or because of ai dial l«aj$8 to the panel, or from any other cause 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. — 14 May 1862

a of the State of Minnesota. Whenever at any term of the district court in any of the counties of this State there shall from any cause be a deficiency of jurors, the court may order a special ven ire to issue to the sheriff of the county com manding him to summons from the county at large a number therein named of compe tent persona to serve as jurors for the term or for any specitied number of days. And if at anj' term of such court, in nny county there shall from any cause happen to be nn entire absence of jurors of the regular panel whether from an omission to draw or to summon such jurors or because of a chal lenge to the panel, or from any other cause the court may in like manner order a special venire to issue to the sheriff of the county commanding him to summon from the county at large a number therein named of competent perssns to si r/e aR jurors during the term and a jury composed from the persons so summoned shall be legal and competent in any civil or criminal action 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. — 21 May 1862

a a a a VOLUME 6, NUMBER 43. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY A E & A E N Taaifs or SUBSCRIPTION §1,50 per annum Strictly in advance. HATES OF ADVERTISING. |y0F*"Ten linos or lest?in.-ike a square. 5w sTso 4w 8\v S3 00 4 50 6 00 •qu'r S M|t*| 2 50 nq'r.v 3 50 5«ol. 5 00 $.00 laToo 3m 6ni S4 00 "86"^ 3 00 6 00 OO' ',• 00 lToO 25 00 40 00 40 00 75 00 II) 00 13 00 15 Oi 25 00 15 0Oi 20 OTI~25~00 LKAAL ADVEKTISMKVTS, 40 ets. per squr. for rst insertion. 25 cts. each subsequent insertion. AJ»ertis*ments set in d«mble e«»lurnn,}^ pr!'-"« additional. Transientadvertinemfliits must be paid for in advance, continued advertisement* quar V.erly ana legal advertisements before the day Business Cards.(six lines.) $b per year. All adT«rtie*ments continued until ordered *St. JAMES II. PAREKK. Wjf. G. All.EN. S I N E S S A S W. W. E S A O N E A A W W W 1 S O MINNESOTA ffv_ A E S H. A E -a 7 TORS'BY 4- CO VNSEL OR A LA W. A Notary RED WING, MINNESOTA. Ofliee in The Goodhue RtJ Wing, March 8th. Volu...

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. — 21 May 1862

Jf" C|cdoo%efflIuntefr JT. fl.PARULCB Editor. Red Winer, May 21. 1869. Confiscation. It is conceded on all hands, that tho rebels ought to be compelled in some manner, to pay at least a portion of the expense* of the war they, themselves have brought on But how that result should be accomplished has distracted the Senate, puzzled the House and invoked the whole country in a sea orthat unsatisfactory discussion. Confiscation has been the plan generally looked to as most certain to reach the case but there were serious obstacles in the way of that plan. Only the properly of traitors ought to be confiscated. There are many Union men tn the seceded Stated, and an indiscriminate Sunday Fiultting. Those who recognize the hand of God in all things, may not be at a loss to account for the result ef many battles fought on the Sabbath da}', where, in the commencement the advantage was all on the side of the party commencing the fight, hut which end ed in their complete discomfiture. An ex cha...

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. — 21 May 1862

mm OFFICIAL PAPER ©F THE CITY. HOME COLUMN* E E W I N A 1 S 6 2 A N S A N S a E A E JtTST PRINTED AN HAVE W BOW on hand for sale, at this office, a targe lot of BLANKER, including Warranty baeds. Quit-Claim Deeds. Mortgages, Chattel Mortgages, besides a full assortment of Jus-stantial, iice'a blanks. Office Notice* TH«'TIT4I o* CLOSING THE MAILS.—The mail V»p will Be closed O o'clock, A. M. the faai' down will be close I at 12 o'clock M.. till farther notice. M. SORIN, P. M. Per E. LOWATKR, M. E I O MILLS.—Mr he will have his mill in operation by the first Of July. itkir) the article from the WISCONSIN, and •and immediately to Strickland & Co, No. ISa East Water stroct, Milwaukee, for a ticket. HONST —Harlan has just received a lot ofLieut. hice honey. All who have a tooth for such an article, are invited to call. SIDEWALKS.—We invite special attention all those who arc in the habit of obstructing the sidewalks, (and thcro are many such on Main Street,) to the City O dinance, en...

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. — 21 May 1862

Wft* JUSW IRON-CLAir 8TF.AMI2R 1BOHMDES AT PHILADELPHIA 11» Philadelphia Inquirer gives the following account of this monster Wacfaasday next, May 7th, is the .4ay fixed for the launch of the Iron •idVt, at the yard of Messrs. Cramp & San circumstances may. however, de lay the event till a few days later.— The first '-steak" or band of the iron plating is now laid on, and the second •ne started. These "steaks" are twenty inches broad. They commence four feet below the water line. On Vws and stern the planting will be three "steaks," or seven feet broad.— Amid-ships as far as the port holes ex tend they will reach from below the water line to the bulwarks, and eight "steaks" broad. These are laid on at bolted together, and projecting beyond it four feet ten inches. are three hundred and •ngftgod upon her. l»eam is a HE VALENTINE trade of the Unit ed States is worth about 850,000 per annum, and affords employment for great many people—poets, paper ma kers, Water colorists, lithogr...

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