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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 27 April 1864

Mt fotutttm, ^=3* JAMES II. 1'ARK EX. EDITOR, ttcd W in A 9 7 1 8 3 1 Our- Defeats. W do not lay a. very temping feast be fere our readers this week. Our telegraphic despatches contain accounts of two defeats, one at Shrcve5i.ort, and the other at Ply mouth N points, nearly IOC© miles' apart, jet at dates very nearly correspond' •tog. By these (wo defeats we lose about 4000 prisoners, atti AT cannon. This is a bad beginning *e, confess, but we will edft. tfnue to hope that these are only temprfnir* reversos thnt will see* be retfieied, T. »aen lubtiqn««fiyta.rr iFair. ?be Sanitary Fair to be held at Dubuque Iowa, will commence on the 20th of May. This lair is under ike special patronage of Saw ary committee of Dubuque, bat they invito aid and assistance from every •community in the Northwest, Over eighty tone of vegitaUes donated to that fair have already been sent to the soldiers in the field and returns bad from it. Will not our cirisen*do something for this as weU asforother fair...

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 April 1864

W W Wkt mmm&wt* OFFICIAL PAP£B OF IBM CITY. Pity and County Affairs, RED WINO, APRIL 27th 1864. BUSINESS.—Everything seems more life* ly since the river opened. There was en enormous quantity of freight awaiting transportation, and almost eytry hour in the day we hear the shrill whistle, an nouncing the appioach of a boat Oar merchants are receiving their spring goods, and now people can get what they want in eyjry line of trade. Farmers are all busy getting in their spring crops, so there is not such a rush at to prevent merchants mark ing their goods, but in two or tnree weeks -*e expect to see them go off with a rush. BADLY HURT.—The son of Michael Burk, residing on Wells Creek was badly hurt last Thursday by a vicious cow, that attacked him, breaking his leg and other wise severely injuring him. Dr. flawley is attendingtothe'case and hopes are en ierUibcd that it will not be fatal, STAND totosi Uvoaa—Thompson evi dently intends to do the business of the voon^y in the Dry Goo...

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 April 1864

ft* J'' ntnani Clothes-Wringer. j/r^tvgSVYra1^131*801^^11*^? wringer Tl*8 frame being* or Iron, thoroughly gal vanized-,'W£A«tfj7*r/rem/**** it r*mat*d,*a& the .^iah^it to shrink, swel', split, & rotmawiii ei/s ia wooden machines, is preventad. yk» Jfo thumb terete* vr complicated fatten ingt to werr it or jret out of order it can bo fastened HfmVV'to thn tub in a tingle teennd WARlijAffliTlJ. WITJi OH WITHOUT COG WHEELS. tmtU it w»k the FIRST PREMIUM at Rfty- SoTcn State and County FaLra in 1861, and it viih/mt an'exct ibmjh* bat wringer ever made* 11 Instead of bnhcvina.the statement* of par tie* interested, in tho pale ot other Wringers, $ & I 4-ttl'.JUDGE FOR YOURSELF Te.-t" jt*filOUOUGULY with ANY and ALL others, and if not entirely satisfactor return it. It will wring auyihing from a Thread to a Med Quilt without alteratioi Patented in the United States, England. CMU1U. and Australia. Agents wanted in every town*. Kuargucic men can :-aake from $3. to $1 0 per day. ...

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. — 4 May 1864

& fit Wtfittttttn, ^IJfJUtdltfiDSVKKY "WEDNESDAY, ST A S A I I E a or SUBSOUIPTIOM $1,5U per annum, rictly in advance A E S O A E I S I N *V£F Ton lines or lessmak a square. Front olfloe, over C. McGlashanV Stere. I*r71y W W. E S 4 O 1 E A A W RCD WING, MINNESOTA Sly C. &J C. McCLURE, A to 3c at a RED WING, MINNESOTA. •SpecialAttention given to the collection of claims against tho United Slates lor PAY ANDi BO 0* S'ti of soldiers killed in batiic or dying Ha tti* service of the Government. O flee in [fraud's new building, noxtdoorto Uli* Ktfi Wing House. Bad Wing, March 3th, ISttl. tf A E S II. A E It, A TTORVEYf COUNSELOR AT LA W. A Notary RED WING, MINNESOTA. fartieiilar attention given to the collection of elaitni against the United States,growingoui,of, th irar, tor soldiers ABKKAB PAV, BOUNTY ICON-I SXTSA rAISOB PENSIONS. OMeeinThe GoodliHO Volunteer buiidinffi A N I E S A O N E A A W AND JUSTICE OF Til E PEACE. 4 »Viiif, in so a Apeeixl attention given to collecting. e...

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. — 4 May 1864

^fpras W IJu 9olttutect, JAMES U. PARKKti. tJDJTOIi. Kc«l W in Mmy it IMG4. '£4»e Drnft Positively O'dered. The following «i ispatch was received on the 20th inst. WASHINGTON. April 28, 1861. To Lieut. Colonel J. T. AVKEIL, A. A. P. Cohimenre the draft *s soon as you have 3 our .arrangements ma.je. Ju jirrangemcnt Notify'ine to-day „AMESB. PHY, P. M. G. Our Quotas nnd Deficiencies. Helow we publish the exact statement of of our quotas and defioiercien, tot this time with a view of urging enlistments, for the day of grace is pas' but that all may knoy how tho account stands. Elsewhere will be found an order, from which we infer that the draft has taken place, or will immedi ately. 'OOQWIUE COUNTY. err. •••7:- ..., -2.-.- CurnKiae, UellCreee:, Belvidere, Cancoo Kalis, Central Point, Cherry" Grove, Pcathcrstone, Florence, Goodhue, llolden, Hay Creek, Kenyon, Lillian, Leon, Mirftoebm Pine Island, Roscee, Red Wine, Vasa, Wanamingr*, Warsaw, Wacouta, Zurabrota, tin* am We complain, and pj...

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. — 4 May 1864

mm Mt 9dtttticn, ~~OFflCJ~Al 1AP£ OF 1UE CITY. City and County Affairs. RED WINU, .MAY 4th '.864. A E S ng the last five or six days there has been more activity on the streets than at any previous time in sever- al months. Influenced by the advance of gold, or by some other stimulating cause, produce is in better demand at better pri- ces, than formerly. W at is sellingat 95 cts, and some lots have reached 9 8 Oats 65 70 Co $ 1 0 0 1 1 0 Barley 5 Butter 15 Eggs 8 Whiskey 10 dm pee .drink. Th rise in the price of this indes- pensibl* article in a well regulated family is said to be in conseqmnce of a high City li- cense. EVERYTHING IS A A N I N A so in public estimation is the Chemical Saleratus the Housewifes' Favorite—a pure article, making wholesome bread. It is imitated by counterfeiters, who put up their trash in green papers, and sell it where they can.— Beware of it, and buy only that in red papers with the name of B. DeLand & Co. upon them. O N A I O N .— Rev. Mr. Richar...

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. — 4 May 1864

r.«ttt*iii Clotties-ivi'Migvi. Tbef)NLY reliable 8clf-Adjusting WriBjje* The frame being of Iron, thoroughly gal vanised, all dauger from rutt it removed, and the liability to shrink, swell, split, & eounavoii Instead of believing the statements of par ties interested in the pale of other Wringer*, TRY IT, AND JUDGE FOIJ YOURSELF Test it THOROUGHLY with ANY and ALL others, and if not entirely satisfactory, retnrn it. It will wring anything from a Threud to a JBtd Quilt without alteration. Patented in the United State*, England, Canada, and Australia. Agenta wanted in every town. Energetic men can make from $3. to $1 0 per day. futnam STanufact tiring G» GXMTLXMEN :—1 hiow from, practical tx- perienee that trim, well gahanezed utth tine will nnt»ridize or rutt one particle. I cun safely say after several years experience in the roann.'uc tare of chain for chain-pumps and water draw ers, in which I have tested the affinity of iron and zinc, that if the process is conducted prop er...

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. — 11 May 1864

i. *S& fal! e4^ V* \l VOLUME 8, NO, 4 2 rtfBLlSIIED EVERV WEDNESDAY, BV A A E Tmili'ir SinMCKir-riuN $1,50 per annum, Tlctly in advance. RkTK O ADVERTISING. JESTTaulinaaor lost*make a square. Jr. I sw 1 $1 SO) 4W 8w $2 3 DO a S SO] S sq'rs owl*! 13 WARREN BRISTOL, A at Xjevtjtr, RED VTlSti, MINN. rent oflLo, ovor C. McGrlushan's Stero. MvTIy w. vv. II E A O I E BKI WING, 1*s, A A W MINNESOTA 81v C. &J. O.McCLURE, Attorney A Counselor* at a BED WING, MINNESOTA. SpeeialAttention tgivon to the collection of claim* a'uuiVtho United Slates for PAY AND llttU.S TV of »ollier* killed ia buttle or dying in the service oftho Government. O.fiae in ttrmil'snaw building, next door to the K«d Winj 11 ©use. Kad Winr, March 8lh,lS«l. tf JAMES II. PARKER, ATTORNEYd COUNSELOR AT LAW. And Notary Public* CD WING. MINNESOTA. A O N E A A W AND JUSTICK OK THE PEACE. R« Winr, Minnesota 4p««ial attention given to collecting. ernoa ON HAIN .OTHKET. «1»1 ii40v»i.*ly A. It. FIELD, Proprietor, f%4 r% St...

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. — 11 May 1864

Wht 9fllttiitm, I'JBLISIIED EVEKV WEDNESDAY, BY W A E Tare** '»r Suu4o»ifTiu» $1,50 per annum, rictly in advance. I E S O ADVERTISING. J5ff* r«in linos or loswraake a square. 4 $ 2 oi 6m I ly §6 oo 10 00 S J3TTo $4 oo 0 on 3 00 4 00 6 00 1000116 00 20 00 25 00 40~00 75~o7) 6 WO S 001 12 00J 12 oo 9 00{ 15 00 10 00 1-1 00J 20 001 15 001 25 00 15 oo 25 001 40 00 r.««i.L AnrKKTMRKBMTS,40cts.per squr.for a rst insertion,25 ts. each subsequent insertion. Bi4ia)«* Oirls», (six linos,) $»» per year. 1 All lr»rti«o n2nta continued until ordered •«t. WVIIUEN BRISTOL, RED VTIiVfJ, MINN. front o!R:o, ovor U. McGrlashan's Stero. ltvTly W. W. 1» II ELI'S,"" A O N E A A W BKD WING, MINNESOTA Sly C.& J. u. McCLURE, A to Ac at a UED WINti, MISNESOTA. 8p«eial Attantioa srivon to the collection of elaun* a nasi tho United States for PAY AND BOUNTY of»ol.liers killed in battle or dying in the service uftho Government. O.flae in Brant's now building, next door to the K«d Win Ilouso. Bed Win March 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. — 11 May 1864

•tii %kt 9*lt»fc*% AXES U. PARKER, EDITOR, W in a 1 1 1 8 6 4 following dispatch was received last Monday morning-from Mr. Crouse. I W A E E May 9 1863. Grant if all right, driving Lee before him —Lee in full retreat for Richnond—Butler is in posseMion of Petersburg. he CeuteM. The great armies of the Union are once more in motion, and the atmosphere is lad en with minora of deadly strif.i, that may of the next few days with intense anxiety. If we art defeated it will prolengoe the war another year at least if we are successful it will crush the rebellion. Gen. Grant is in eemmand of the entire forces of the Union. Ho has under him soma of the ablest generals in the wor.d Gen's. Sherman, Hooker, Burnside, Meade, Butler, Seigel, Thomas and Smith will compare with any in the world, and not suffer by the comparison*. With a ponderous army of over two hun dred thousand men, Gen. Meade has crossed the Bapidan and is "moving on the enemy's works Gon. Seigel is making his way np the Shenan...

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. — 11 May 1864

••i I Ui jC 0 tt OFFlCJA* PAPER OF 'HIE CITY. Gity and County Affairs^ r0ity, WING, MAY 11th '.864. RED JP.lt OF. A II Al tt. Prof. Kahr the imperial Prestidigitateur and illusionist will give one of his matchless Entertainments at the Court House, in this on Thursday ^to morrow) evening, on Which occasion he agisted by the celebrated vocalist Mr. Win. Can. The Press, gener ally, speak of Prof. Kahr, as being the best magician who has visited the shores of America. The Wisconsin Daily Patriot says "Last night the City Hall was crowded to witness the wonderful f.-a's performed by that King of Jurors Prcfessor Kahr. The Professor is by far the best magician that has evei visited our city, lie performs his feats without the assistance of any kind of machinery, and to witness his great gun (eat is certainly worth the price of admis sion. This evening concludes the Profes sor's entertainments, and we oxpect to see a ftrowd»d house. MiuiKKTa.—\T eat ts selling at i»U@y3 Oats C5@70 Corn 75...

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. — 11 May 1864

.*$f' **3 Jtf Putnam Clothes-wringer. MOiVruAiK SALE. The ONLY reliable Self-Adjusting Wriage* The frame being of Iron, thoroughly gal vanized, alldaugerfrom rutt is removed, and tho diability to shrink, swell, split, & so unavoid able in wooden machines, is prevented. WARRANETD WITH OR WITHOUT COG S WHEELs8 It took th* FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty Beren State and County Fairs in 1861, and is without an exception, the heft wringer ever made- 1 1 1 Instead of boheving the statements of par tits interested in the pale of other Wringers, TRY IT, AND JUDGE FOU YOURSELF Tart it THOROUGHLY with ANY and ALL others, and if not entirely satisfactory, return it. It will wring anything from a Threud to a JSed Quilt without alteration Patented in the United States, England, Canada, and Australia. Agents wanted in every town. Energetic men can laake from $8. to $1 0 par day. Putnam Manufacturing On GENTLEKSIT know from practical ex- perime$ that trim well galraneztd with sine will nnttridw er nut ...

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. — 18 May 1864

1 Square. 3 do 3 do 44 ^f VOLUME 8, NO, 43 PUBLISHED EVZKY WEDNESDAY, BT A E $2,00 per annum, A E S T«**9 or ScDSOBirTiuM Strictly in advance. RATES O ADVERTISING, tJ Ten line* or less make a square. Tm Lines of Minion or one Inch in space male a Square, 1 W. 1 2 W. 1 M. $1 00 $1 75 S3 00!S4 1 75 3 00 4 00| 2 50 6 00 1 7 001 3M 6 M. $5 00 ~l(f 00 12 00 001 5 "OOj 8 50| Column, 1 week $4 5 0 Cl'm. 1 week §1000 do 2 do 7 00|" do 2 do 13 00 do 1 m'th 8 00|', Jo 1 ra'tk 15 00 do S do 9 001'* do 3 do 20 00 *t do 6 do 15 00|' do 6 do 25 00 do lyear30 00|" do 1 year, 50 00 One Column, 1 week, $15 0't 2 woets. $18 00 1 mcntli. §20 3 months, 825 months $45 00 1 year, with privilege of changing three times, $80 00. Legal and Government advertisements, 75 ••cents per folio for the first insertion, and 37£ cents per folio for each additional insertian, ton lines minion constituting a'folio. Attorneys ordering leeal advertisements are regarded as accountable tor the cost of the ••mo, unless ther...

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. — 18 May 1864

Walnittm, JAUZSff. PASKSJt, EDITOR. Tak9 JJoUce. CKOW CRESU, four milo* from Suronton Via.' Mity8d, IS84. We are guarding the Uat'road, a distance of twenty-four uidos. We are completely surrounded camp. 1 am told there fam li«t in the Aw \rtt\h cor^TT.— Great Sanitary commence at Pubu^ue. Thia we believe will be the last of that aeries of glorious, ,. S 1 *m Our Advertising rates arc also advanced as for an entire defeat of the rebel armies un will be seen by the tablv of rates published in til the battle within the fortifications at each papvr and from those terms we will in Richmond is fought and won. Eyery foot no instance deviate, except in cases where we 'of ground from Spotsylvania, where we may advertise gratuitously, as acts of charity, have so gallantly defeated them and driven The necessity that compels us to take this them back is fortified for defeiue, and over step will bo appreciated by every one who every foot of it our army will hare to fight will reflect, that unde...

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. — 18 May 1864

a gaga Mht WnUntttt, OFFICIAL PAVER OF 1HE CITY. City and County Affairs. PwED WING, MAY 18th :S64. MAUKKTS.— Wheat scarce at 90 cte, Oate 70, Corn 95, Barley 90, Potatoes 45 @50,— Buther 15, Butter 25,—Eegs 15. MIXNMOTA. RiaiMKNTs.—Tha 7th is at Paducah, the 10th at Columbus, Ky. and the 9th is at Rolla Missouri. COUNTT POORFABM.- The County Com missioners hare purchased Mr. William's farm on Spring Creek, for a County Poor Farm, and buildings are to be erected short ly. We understand that Mr. Willia is to remain on the farm for tha present as acting superintendent. DROUGHT.—The drought continues, and •egitation, as well as navigation is suffering severely. Unless we get rain soon there will be a failure of the wheat crop. COURT.—-The District Court is now in session. Yesterday was the firtt day of the term. Thero is but little businas* on the cilonlar. The only case of importance is that of the man who has teen lying in jail ever since the last term, awaiting an in dictment for la...

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. — 18 May 1864

.. nn PataaMt Clothe*-wringer Tbe OKLY reliable Self-Adjusting Wringa* The frame being of Iron, thereof 7 gal Taniied, all dauger from nut it r*m#t*d,and tbe liability to shrink, swell, split, Ao., •i/« is wooden maehiner, it prevented: JTothumi «rw»or eomflnmltd Jmttemejttffs to wtrr oat or fat oat of order it can be fastened firmly to the tab in a «s»gZ# meonef. W A I A W WITH OB WITHOUT 000 WHIILS It took the FIRST FRlKItTM at Fifty Seren State and County Fairs in and is without em metptim, the hut wringer ever made Instead af beheving tbe statements of par ties interested in tbe sale of other Wringers, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF Teit it THOROUGHLY witk A and ALL otbers, and if not entirely satisfactory, return it. It will wring anything from a Threud to a Med Quilt without alteration. Patented in tbe United States, England, Canada, and Australia. Agents wasted in every town. Energetic men caa make from $8. to 1 0 per day. Putnam Manufacturing Ot GnTTLXlteK \—l Inoufroxi practical ex...

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. — 25 May 1864

ymmfmrtttiij-y ..«•«.— fir *Wf 90010) -v 4 He Written, I W. S W Square• 3 do Adverti.temoBta leaded'and pVaced unler the head of Special Notices, if ten It MOB or ovr will he charged the usual rate* unl «uo-l additional if under thai amount, filty «en tor «aeli iiis«rtiu. Ad rortiaetnenta not marked on-tho copy for a spe#ine number of insertion*, will be con tinued until, either by a written.or verbal nu ice, they alin.ll he onero out,and .payaaetit •xaete I accordingly. Adrertiaements act in double column Measure, fifty pjr cant, ettr*. ij.*th reooV'U published wiilout charge. Marriage notices, $1 0*.' WUU «:N BRISTOL, RE \Tl.XCi, IIHVN. front oJn«e, orer C.McJf l.aiuu's Store. llrll W. W. 1* II IS S A O It A A W ECU w*lXO, 0. A J. C. tfuCLUKE, Attorney* Cotiu«elor« at Uir ECD tTIN' i, MlNKKSOTA. UpeeiaJattention /iron to vha collection of •lai n« A'Miiuths United State* .or L'AY ANT) fc)'J.S rr of.ol her-klllsd in baft.Vor dying ia the osrviee oftlie Govcrmneiit. O 9e4 in Uranl'a ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 25 May 1864

A WbutMuu*****si**i*«*f«»''««'*w*,:' I 1 lfce %flltttiten, PUBLISHED KYSKV WEDNESDAY, BY S A E or SosiuKirno.M $^0per annum, a'.rletly in advance. E O A E I S I N E Teal'moa or losamake a square, Tern Lii\4t of J/*-w'»* nr one Inch in space male a\ Sijuart. lyeur 30 00r" do 1 year, "ne Column, wock, $15 0 2 weeks. IS "O I month. $-2iJ» 3 months, g25 6 months $45 00 I year, with privilege of changing tkree tiino», $.Si) 00. L*gal anil Government advertUsmenta. 75 pur fdlio for tlio first insertion, and 27'^ -«nt« [er folio tor oa.-h additional in.iertisn, t«n li 64 minion MMtittitiu.: »*f"li'». Attorney* ordering k-iral advertiaementa ar« roc.ird'ad as accountable t'-r the cost of the earns, union* there is a special agrcoment to vhargu the same to anotlier party. l'aym«*nt in all ca*« to te made In advanu: or npnn dttliv.ry of tlie affidavit. Uunine.Ts uoti:('», publuhed in tho TAitoti.nl •oluniAS, of ten line* or 1*JK*, will ho charged. f»r each iuaortiou, one dollar if oror ten li...

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. — 25 May 1864

£& Ifa 9n-tti»"-^^'. '.' .-., 1 T?.** ... ,! 4. ti JAMES II. r.i&KEIts: EDITOR. W in a 5 18641, 'I he War New*. An excess of mud has kept the army ofj Belvidere, the Potomac from making that grand strike tr the Union that we all hoped ere this Would have been made. From all sides we bear of great t/reparations, making to re •ume the onward move with vigor. Our army is now relatively stronger than when it first crossed (he Rapidan. Grant §ay.s he will fight it out in Virgin iaif it takes all summer. The rebels feel thff importance of 'he .present campaign, and admit that if they are whipped there, the Confederacy is "gone tip." Sherman is advancing into Georgia, his advance already being at Home, the farthest point yet reached. He compelled Johnson to evacuate Iteseca, the strong position whom the rebal general intended to make a Stand, without a fight Butler has met with a slight repulse— we may as well say it as to try to make it appear different, from what it really is— an...

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. — 25 May 1864

mtp. Oi ft -it:-' OFFICIAL PATER OF CITY. City and County Affairs. RED W I N A 2 S 1864. MARK KT.—Produce does not come in as plentifully this week as last* Corn is the only article that brings a remtmerateive price. Wheat is 95 cents- it ought to be a dollar and a half—Barley 95 cts. Oats 65 @70, Corn $100, Potatoes 45@50, Butter B5@30, Fggs 12@15 cents. PIUIRIB FIBES—It may not be known to all our readers thai there is a heavy penalty attached to setting fires on theports prairies. To such we will say that by the Jaw, they are not held guiltiest for such sacrifice, of property as is endangered by setting fires. FRUSOWAL.—Mn Littleneld, late editor of the Republican has given up the edito rial quil, or is about to give it up. to try his forture among the the silver mountains of Nevada. Good lack attend him. Col. Colvill has, or soon will assume the editorial chair in the Republican office, a bosition he can fill with dignity and credit. He is a genial, gentlemanly man, and a flu en...

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