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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 25 May 1864

."' .B30H8 -iim.: 5* «JX /*TV: w***r 6 4 ..._-'.'_~- W O reliable ielAAdJesuni Wringe TkftiMt Mag of traa/ttodreaghly ff»1 veeioed, nUimgtrfrom rust it rsontaitand the diaMlity to shrink, swell, split, eke., anas ia wooden igwgtewgjgWgWBWi. •ml to tha tab in a souyti WABKAXITP WITH 0 WITHOUT COG It took the FM8T F1IM1UM at Fifty. £tno» Item and Count? Tain ia lltl, and W*J*dmmiitUi\,a*U*wria4iu*wr made Isalii I of believing tho smtsmsnta of par tial intaratted in the ante of othet Wring era, •JIT IT, AWDJUDOE FOK TOUB8ELF Teas THOBOUOHLT witk ANT and AWatnere, and if not entirely satisfactory fetarait. •.' .. It will wring anytkiaf from a Thrtud to a *. *'•.=»» OasTfwithout alteration. Patented in the United States. England, Aaatralia. Agenta wanted in Baerfede man eaa make Aram *4 iWn\doo» fmsnam J/ax\f*(iuri*f & tlwtftaittK :—JineicrjIwmmwcMaalM- p4timc4t\«ttrm vttt galtat»tttd tcM sine will mMtriiim or rvtt on* particlt. I con safely say after several fears experience in 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. — 1 June 1864

VOLUME 8, NO. 45 Site W*Itwtm, PUBLISHED EVZKY WEDNESDAY, it A E S A E or SBMUBIFTIOM $2,00 per annum, ttrlotly in advance. RATE* O ADVERTISING. Ten Lines of Mi tit* or one I ah in epass males a Square. }•«t'd 1 W. 2 W. 1 M. 3 M. I 1 Square. do do $1 75 $3 01,! $4 001 »6 00 75 3 00 4 00^ 2~ 50 5 00| 10 no TooT 001 11 00 __8 50J \i Column, 1 week $4 50 CT'iu. 1 week *10'i0 .•• do 2 l\ 7 »«,•• do 2 flo 13 00 d« 1 ntUh 3 W', do I m'tk IS V) 9 00J-* do 8 do 20 a do 6 do 15 UO's" do 8 do 25 00 1 year 30 00/* do 1 year, 50 do One Column, week. $15 0 rt 2 weeks. $13 «»0 1 racnth. $20 3 months, $25 fi month* $45 0 I year.with privilege of changing tfcree S do. Legal and Government alyeftUcrnnnts. 7,r cents per folio for the first insertion, and Zl}{\ .vents per folio for each additional insortiJil,| ten Ha*iminion constituting ti'follo'. Attorney* ordering legal advcrtlseiriehtfc are TagATiitt\ as accountable t»r the cost of the •am*, mile«* there is a asocial agreBirient Uj aharge tht name...

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. — 1 June 1864

a t'j IWB! ^mm^eas^mtmmmt^m^L jil i"~ Ik ffh'nim, JAMS H. FAKKKE, XD1T0M Itfe* W in 1st 1*54 The Annie*. The rcpirts or late have been so indcffi nh« that it is difficult to loca -e the armbs with exact precision. According to the host information we •to get, Lee and Gram are boh between the North and South Anna rivers, the pas sage of the former ef whieh Grant forced in gallant style. Xo battle had been fought up to last Sunday night, although skir mishing was going on continually. Both panics appear to be inanouvering for posi lion. Lo: may be preparing to Tall back to Richmond, as is assumed by the editor of the New York Trilunt, but we exceeding 1/ doubt it. We believe he will fight on ovary favorab'e »pot, nntil he is driven from the very last stronghold, and then his army will bo disbanded. Bailer is atroag'y ontrenehed on the Ap-he pomattox River, south of Richmond, effect ually checking Beauregard, who otherwise would long ago have gone to Lee's assis taaco. Several a&sa...

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. — 1 June 1864

4 *1JIW 8 S S 9 S S S SkeiStrliitittef* OFFICIAL FA US OF 1HB CITY. Gity and County Affairs. RED WIN«, JUNK-1st '.8«4. Busiwaea.—Our streets look*J decidedly lively yeeterday. Farmers hare got their Spring crops in and art now hurrying their •Id Arop off to market, to make room for the earning harvest. Thar* was a great erewd of teams at all the warehouse all the forenoon, sometimes the Haas extending from the warehouses, Wok to Main Street. We hire not heard Ike amount stated that* was brought in, but must hare been several thousand bushels. HOT.—Warm is no name for it. Hct is the word to designate the quality of thejail, weathe* wo are having now. The thernom •tar staads at little leas thaa a thousand, In tke shade. an er JOLT .—Has anybody tkengkt that the Fourth of July is almost here Xow the question is, shall wo cele brate Wo say, yes. But we hart bo •erne about tired of the fats and show, and Silly performances that usually go to mtke up a Fourth of July celebration, and we 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. — 1 June 1864

a ... Tho 0X1, 7 ra'iable Self-Adjusting Wrinsre" !c .frame b'-insr or* Iron, th roughly g-.i va .xe I, cultri'iil#rjriifn rust wnom/, and the liability to shrink, •*(!', split, fca.. nounavuld obit iu wooden machtftee. is provontud. Instead Of boiierlng the statement* of par lie* interested inJHO'i Nearly oim yu.ir:ig'my family comn.ence n«ingone of your Wringers. now performs all o. it-* functions an well an it did the fir*t time it *.vas lined. »nd II^H become an indinpensiolo artieie wiih n*. I have closely obnerved s«*v oral .»t'i-.r die's »f oih-*-wrinirer*. tho mo dnMnperandi hninsf different, tryiii!» to produce th: Mima rofiilt- as tin I'litniup Wrini««, bin in myjii-lgjinent the yhavo failed. Th* Put nan Wrtny*r it at near trf-vt at '"niMs, and J\ Jttmr/Mj is "A Whd it to ht tM hut in «M. Iiui»j»oci ul your*. JNO. W. WUEELEB. Vliy is ir that CUUIST.VOOlO'S HAIUPV istheb^vLV THE WOULI I I EC..VaK umineutc*homi»U »f»'. SCC^Ufe-Eilcoiiuiui.nocunstiocomp'-ands IC.iUsK it weun ...

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. — 8 June 1864

em SJH?* ". a! VOLUME 8, NO. 46 »A •-'•'. a :!I .. SSBWk- ~fftc ^BUfftli I I I S S S E E WEDNESDAY, A O 8%'HX JAftetfBH A E ii SoiBSUBiPTioM $'2M per annum, Bristly advance. E 1 O A E I S I N Tern Lines of MiUu/t or one Inch in spate make a Square. 1 W 1.2 W 1 gqua do a do 1M. $3 00! 1 75" 3M. $4 00j "~5 Oof"~t) $1 00 $1 TS A O E A A W R«:i \f INU MINNESOTA O. & J. (J. McCLURE, a a a A ii at a KKD MISS, MnmssoTA. ^pesis'\ftenfios givon to the collection el aim against the Uniteil State-* or I*AY AN BOUN ». ..oi.ucrs killed in battle or dying ii the ssrriee of the Government. O iiee in lirand'snow building, uoxtdoorto he ItAd Wing House. Ked Wing, March sth, 1861. tf A E S II. A E A '*TQRifEr4- GOUmELORATLA W. And Notarr Public. I W I N MlNMKSOTA. Paitieular attention given to the collection rt laima agaiastthe UnitedStatea,growing»u.11 ike #ar, ror soldiers ABRKAB PAT, SOUMTT MON r, KtriA a a PKNSIOMS. «0 3 0 0 4 00| 2 50 6 00 I 7 «0| 8 501 i2 00 do 6 do 15 00," do 6 do 25 00I d...

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. — 8 June 1864

1 asm maes*ms& Ike 9fU»tra' =S= 3P J4XMM* PAMEi EDITOS. to W in I 4 Th« Cleveland Couveution'and its Nom inee. Th. enemies of Mr. Lincoln tad friends •f Frtnont or tBy other person who could most available to defeat Xr. Lincoln, have all the sprtag been lood is thoir do*generaiahip,. aaaeieiion of the Katioaal Union Commit* too is calling the Union Contention so ear If an June. They urged that it wore bet ear If Moid tbJ bUtarnau of a protracted ipaiga, by postponing the tmtfl September. That arga. taont wan net at root by the answer it is %atter to he at war with the oaemiee of the UaWe than qaarrelKng among on* Anendf.'' That, wea not a man of the leant reflection who net know that the effort lo poet name wao made by politician*, who sought than to gaia time te defeat the wtfl of the people by meant of political ehiatnery. If that aonld have been a&eted, thorn would hnen bean an Cleveland Convention, he tttff mlaity of all thoir pretentiont is shown hi the moat glaring lig...

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. — 8 June 1864

il« OFFICIAL FAriJt OF ITS CITT. City and County Affairs. RED WIN*. JUNK 8th :«**. Manurs.—Produee cornea in in great abundance this week, and business look* 1ml/. Wheat brings 96@97 cents Corn scarce at $100and upward* Barter 85@ 95 Potatoes 50 BatUr 15J 18 Eggs 10. Miesiaurrr VALLBT PAIR.—What will we doforthe fair at Dubuque en the 2lsr* Let u*do something. As yet we hare not heard ef a single effort being nude by our people, save the little that will be done by the ladies of Red Wing, wh* already feel that they have dane all that ought to be **pected of them. LadLs of Goodhue county will you let thia opportunity pass without doing something for your bleeding country It require* eomparititely no sac rifle to render aid to oar suffering soldiers, and if there was a spark ef patriotism ia Q*r breasts it would bs dons cheerfully. Notu.it.—We have heard of one yr ung la dy nea" town who, with her own haids, has panted a garden, with her owo hands •he will nurture and harvest it: and ...

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. — 8 June 1864

/ar:K ?^b«^K^TTP«lM*lCfeIf-iL4JHitlBi Wriage* Tne frame being of Icon, thoroughly gal vanised, tild«ugw from ruk ie r*m&fd,*t\A the liability to shrink, swell, split, A tovnav&id. I WAIEANETD WITH OR WITHOUT COG *'WdfBEl8s» %ir~'.M*ik'$» FIRST JREMIUM at Fifty Serea State and County Fairs in 1161, and ia vithovt mnme*pti/n, th* U*t wringer ever made Inatead of bslieving tha statements of par ties intaraated in the sale of other Wringers, a t%*Ttt, Ztimv&Gi FOR YOURSELF A'T-UlTj^BOUQHLT^wish ANY and ALL others, and if nol entirely satisfactory, retnra it. It will wring anything from a Tkrtvd to a .AW Quilt without alteration Patented in, the United St'atsltjJBngland, Canada, atvl Australia. Agents wanted in everv town. porday. Putnam Jfe/mfacturing Co: i* S N 7 lenowfrom 'radical JMTtMM that tron, will galvauetid with zinc will mtt-ridue #r rvtt (me particle I can safoly say after several years experience in the manufuc tora of chain for chain-pumps and water draw era, in...

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. — 15 June 1864

**s tie Wnlmtett, si. ts*© I S E E E W E N E S A BT A E S A E or SBBSUBIMIO.-* $3,00 per annum, trltftly in advance. 1 1 O A E I S I N Tern Line* of Mifkiy* or one Inch in ipac« male a Sonar*. I W I 8 W I 1 I $1 00 $1 75 44 $3 00! $4,001 $6 00 tit 3 75 3 00 4 00| 5 00) 10 00 3- 2 50 I frUO I 7 00j 8 SO| 12 00 3£t'oluinu,iweck $4 50 OPm. 1 week $10»0 do 2 So 7 00|-' do 2 do 13 00 de I 8 00,', do 1 ra'th 16 00 do .1 Bo 9 00j" do 8 do 20 0') 't do 6 do 15 00j do 6 do 25 00 Iyear80 00|" do 1 year, 50 00 One Column. 1. week, $15 00 2 weeks. #18 00 1'month. $20 3 month*, $25 6 months $45 00 I year, with privilege of changing three times, $80 00. Legal and Government advertisements, 7." ssnts per folio for the first insertion, and 37% ssnts per folio for each additional insertian, ten Unas minion constituting a'folio. Attorneys ordering lojral advertisements wre regarded as accountable tor the cost of the Maine, utile** there is a special agreement to charge the same to another party. Paym...

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. — 15 June 1864

1 foe WfAmittt, AMIS H. FAHKEli* ZDITOM. W in a a a 1.1th, NATIONA UNIO N TUKEfT last FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Of Illinois. FOR TICK PKESTOEHT, A N E N O N S O N O TVnneseee*. he on N in a W hoist at frio hea-1 of our column- the names of the Union candidates for Pref.i dent and Vice President. A we anticipa ted, Abraham Lincoln was the unanimous .cjhoioe,. and was nominated by acclamation. And-ew Jed.nfon of Tcnnci&eo was nomi natedionthe first ballet. £iich men arj worthy to bo the standard bearers of a groat people through tho fl-.ry- conflict through which we are now pass- ing. Abraham-Linedn came into office under the most trying circumstances. Thirteen states were in open rebellion the army wa? scattered over the whole face of the continent the navy small at best, was in every quarter of the globe, sen- thither bi t-he traitors who had been in office, in order the'better to enable them to consmnate their wickedness the Treasury was tank rupt and more terrible than 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. — 15 June 1864

mnltutm. OFFICIAL PAPER OF 1HE CJTJ. Qi& tuid County Mara R1T WTNtt, JUNE loth :8«4. •f to ,. 83MAJRCBTS.—Produce comes in in great abondaaee. W heat is $103® 106 (o 10 Corn %\60k@110 Oats 7U@7o Potatoes 35® 40- Flour $250 pe: cwt Cora Meal $250* per cwt E?gs 1U@12 Butter 15@20, for prime 20@25. It is a curiosity to see corn higher than wheat, and corn meal as high as flour.— Farmers should make a note of it, and plant com more plentifully FAVORABLE COMPARISON.—The Winona people get their wheat to market five centg per bushel cheaper than we do, and have always claimed that .they pay ten cents above our prices. Frequently we have •compared prices, and always with a re* aull flattering to Red Wing. Last weak the prices in this market Ranged from 06 cts to 102. Tho market reports for the same t:me, which we find fin the Winona Repuhliean shows that their highest price was $LOZ, though their was cot so much fluctuation there, their lowest price being 100. Then our buyers are ac-ble...

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. — 15 June 1864

jmuMwgBBjaattiiiHiMw The ONLT reliable Self- Adjusting Wringe* .„ .„•„«. nf The frame being of Iron, thoroughly gal- Jfo thumb screws or complicated fastenings to werr aM ojget out of order it can be fastened firia £.£ the tab in a. single sesond. W $ 1 A N E WITH OR WITHOUT COG WfilELS. InsUad of believing the statements of par ties interested in the sals of other. Wringers, TBYTr ANd) JUDGE FOR YOURSELF Test it THOROUGHLY with ANY and ALL others, and if net entirely satisfactory, rotara it. Mtd Quilt without alteration. Patented iu .(he United States, England, •••ndtt. and Australia. Agents wanted in •very town. Nearly one year ago my family commenced •sing (mo of your Wringers. I» now performs all of itM-tunetions as well as it did the first time it wa» nn«dj *THI has become an indispensiblc W w¥$n*n»f I have closely observed sev eral oklierdials ef cioihss- wringers, the mo dus operandi being different, trying to produce the same results as the Pntnarn Wringei, but in my judgeme...

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. — 22 June 1864

K/K t&GNl&i i*«S«*?'£Kui*e: a i. -. tr I Tseu*r SoBauBirriuN trletly in advance. d.» «J d» do One Column, 1 week, $15 0" 2 weeks. 1 $-20 3 §25 6 ft* 0'»5 I year, with privilcgo or changing three timet, $80 00. Ltitf&l «n! (Jovernment advertisements, 75 ••nU per folio for the first insertion, and 37£ •ents per folio for euch additional insertion, ten line* minion constituting ajfolio. Attorney* ordering lo£»l advertisements are retarded a» accountable \r the cost of the sama. nnlus* there is a special agreement to harge the same to another party. Payment in all cases to he made in advance, or upon delivery of the affidavit. Business uoti :es, puhliahud in the Editorial «olunt4», of ton lines or Ves, will be charged, for each insertion, ono dollar if over ten lines, ten cent* per line. Adyortiaeiiwuts leaded and placed under the heal of Special Notice*, it ten linos or over, wifl Wcharged the r.stial rates an 1 •me-half ailitioiitl if under that amount, fifty cents for ins...

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. — 22 June 1864

Ifcr Wfllwntm, JJ.UES U. PARKER, EDITOR, Ke W Jon*"g»dU 1864 NATIONAL UiNlO N TICKET. 1864. TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Of Illinois. FOR TICS PRESIDENT, A N E W JOHNSON. Of Tennessee. IVnr Matters. The situation of affairs indicates the con stent activity that has brought about such results, The army of the Potemae com phtelr flanked the enemy, and where they had spent years it fortifying their strorg places, expecting to hurl us into eternity by thousand* when we should attack them, they now stand wondering at their stupidi ty, and the incomprehensible genius of the man who commands the Federal armies. The Federal army is now on the south side of the James river, and will attack the rebel capital in the rear, if it is attacked at all. It may be that a siege that will com pel a surrender without sacrifice cf life will be considered p.efcrable to an attack. Petersburg, about sixteen miles south of Richmond is reported to have been taken. If jt is not already, it soon will be. The...

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. — 22 June 1864

»:iiwieMwini«in'ifl'n ttUh Skt'Vfbftlm, OFFICIAL FAPJH OF WE CITY. Pity and County Affairs. BED -WING, JUNE 22d 1864. MARKETS.—The roads are good, the far tears are through with their spring work with a large surplus of old wheat on hand, and they are rushing it in. The prices are up. One dollar and thirty has been paid, Which leaves a margin of thirty two cents tstween this and the Milwaukee market.— Corn, Potatoss, Oats, Butter, and all other produce at last weeks quotations. BAIN.—After the prolonged and distress ing droughth, the rain of last Sunday is tru. ]y delightful. Vegitation was suffering se verely. Wheat had begun to show decided indications of giving up the ghost. All tb tags now look refreshed, and there is yet hopes that we shall have a good crop, ,„ CaitjsTEBir FENCE.—The reason why tho cemetery ground has not been fenced before M, the Council have purchased cedar posts, which they have been unable to get here be fore but they are expected now every day. Indeed ther...

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. — 22 June 1864

Luw'mBfff nasi I r,atform- JL"WKI V***lt3s1,110 h'?^Bt 3ntJ Resolved, That we apprOTO the determination of the Government of the United States not to compromise with rebel?, nor to offer any terms of peace except sneh as may be baaed upon, an unconditional surrender of their hostilities, and a/etnrn to their just allegiance to the Constitution and Laws of the United States, and that we call upon the Government to maintain this position, and to prosecute the war with the utmost possible "Vigor, to thecom nirffeJroppifewion of the rebel lion, in full reli tgiasi fpeW^ke sdf'swgrifice. the patrioti-m, and the heroic valor and undying devotion of the American people to their country and its free institutions. Resolved, That we approve and applaud the practical wisdom, the unselfish patriotism, and unswerving fidelity to the Constitution and the principles of American liberty with which ABB AHi.M LINCOLN ban discharged, un der circumstances ofunpaTelled difficulty, the tfreat duties anp ...

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. — 29 June 1864

I lc VOLUME S. NO, 4 9 if VffBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY, .» A E S A E Tsaitao SUBSCRIPTION trictlyi advance. A E S O A E I S I N r«» Line* of Miii:n or one Lich in space make a Stuart. 1 1 W. 2 W. M. I .1 M. SI 00 #1 7.3 $3 00| §4 00| 1 75 :i 00 4 00, 5 UOi 2 50 5 00 1 7 00j 8 601 1 Sipiare. 2 do S do Advertisements leaded and placed under the kea-l of Special Notices, il'ten lines or urt-r. will be charged the usual rates and one-half ailitional ifundor that amount, rilty cents f»r eacki insertion. A.4 'ertiaernonts not marked on the copy for a spoVi So ntiuibar of insertions, will be con tinued until, either by a written or verbal no c:oo, they nhall 1*4 ordered ou ,and .payment axaetol accordingly. tdverusementa set in double column menu re, fifty proe:t\ etra. l»Uh record* published without charge. Marriage notices, $1 00. W ii N ii S O A si-t a KED VfiSii, MINN. Frent e'*i'«, ofar C. McGlashan's Store. S I \Vr. \V 1MI E S, A O it N E A A XV RXUtflNO, MINNESOTA 51 0. & J. U. 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. — 29 June 1864

(. VOLUME S, NO, 49 W Walmtten, A E S A E BUS or SUBSCRIPTION $g,ot)pcr annara trictly in a-ivuuc RATES OF A1)V Ten Line* of iliiim or una Square. 1 W. W. 1 M. t-"i 00 •1 DO 7 tf" ,'CI'in .lo (Jo .1,) do do 1 Stpiare. SI 0«t 3=1 7-'» 2 do 1 7.") .', 00 do a so *j ~57io •4 C!olum,). I week s4 50 do 2 do 7 On efc 1 m'ch -i do .) do 9 0" de 6 do Jo no de 1 year SO 0o,- *One Column, 1 wvek. *1" 2 weeks. $18 oo 1 month. $2o :, mootliv. §2. months §15 00 I year, with privilege of changing turee times, §80 00. cents per folio for ea. ten linos mi.iio con Attorneys urdomn are recorded as accoi sa.no, unless t.'icre eharge the sn me to '.!)r.tlier Advertisements leaded and placed under the Lisa-l of Special Notices, if ten lines or urcr. will ho charged the KMIUI rates and one-halt n4 litional il'under tliat umtiint, iilty runts t»r aacki insertion A •erti-v.jrn :nr* not marked on the copy for a spa#»ilio uumi)3r of ij.sertions, wilI he con tinued until, eilhtr by a written or verbal no V'.V...

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. — 29 June 1864

A MM H. PARKER, S*cl W EDITOR. .lane 99tb, 18G4, NATIONAL UNION TICKET. 1364. FOK PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Of Illinois. TOE TICK PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON. Of Tennessee. I'uion State Conveii I HI. A Convention of the friends of impartial freedom who embrace ttie doctrines set forth in the platform adopted by the recent BaUimo.e Convention, with respect to the bupression of the rebellion, the extirpation •of slavery from the nation, and its prohibi nation in the future forever, the support or the public credit, and the protest against the attempt of any monarchical power to overthrow republican institutions upon this continent, and who will also sustain by voce and vote Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson as the standard bearers and representatives of their principles dtir tng ihe pending political canvass, are invi ted to meet by delegates at Ingersoll's Hall, in St. Paul on Thursday, the 4th day of August, at 11 o'clock, a. m. to nominate four candidates to be supported for Presi...

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