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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 29 June 1864

mm as Hi 'iMmttm•*••Almonte, OFFICIAL PAPER OF 1HE CITY. City and County Affairs, BED WING, JUNE 29tn 1864. MARKET.—Monday the city was besieged with people from the country, who came to market their produce, and see the show.— The receipt of wheat on that day was larp^r than usual. Tuesday was more qu'set. J?rictS are up, and farmers should, get their produce in before they go.dovn. Wheat is $1.40, Corn, $1.00, Oats. 75c. Barley $1,00 Butter 20, Eggs 15, "We have seen a few toads of new hay olfered in the markets this season. It is gobbled up as quick as it comes in at fabulous prices. Fifteen dol 1.1rs a ton is now paid, and the prospect is, that twenty dollars will soon-be demanded. WKATHKB.—The hot, sultry, dry weath er with which we have been scorched, parched, burnt, and sufficated during the past two months, or less, has at last given way to a colder season,* accompanied with plentious rain, that gives promise of grvat aid to the suffering and dvirjgcrops. CBOPS.—From most of...

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. — 29 June 1864

." an National Union Flat form. Rtsohed, That it is the highest duty of tv« rv American citizen to maintain against all their enemies the integrity of tho Union and th* paramount authority of the Constitution and laws of the United States and that, lay ing aside all differences and political opinions we pledge ourselves as Union mon, animated by a common sentiment and aiming at a com mon object, to do everything in onr power to aid the government in quelling by force of arms the rebellion now raging against its au thority, and in bringing to the punishment due te their crime* the rebels and traitorB ar raye-.i against it. Resolved, That we approvo the determination of tho Government of the United States not to the American people to their country and its free institutions. lies«lved, That as slavery was the cause an-i now constitutes the strength of this re bellion, and as it must bo always and every where hostile to the principles of a republican government, justice to tho national...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 29 June 1864

SPR'Ka iMD SUMMER IRAJ)K. jUKES -^tMidS -vatou. •. i. «-r^or" 'V :t:i\-.- just iv, .»•'. S i'"_:] N I.) •»M«r the Infect und '., *"tv njiii.-i rv, ,.. PSt *$&?&• IM MM. HATS CAPS, AND GENTS" KLRNIoHi GOolis-s W .' also li:i\0 iho f.rvcs' :•,.,} !,-{ *j ,•!- ,f ». *.'ilf in 'liis market. 'i we A «ii :md will b« *nUl for tbtsnintf v.zv. a liable ad\ 'i tiMi-nr I A E S A w:is b-rtod M. Iti. gs *.*,: «.r«-. uoi.tov? a '.rreut variety ot" the m«»*t tWbionnbU Ktylon. MM'.'!! SJ^ Out «t*-k »-f O S cannot be "xctdlod hj n. .Lai' in in ris it dots, of every -nudity md »'.y!- in the tu:»rk )ur stork has boon 1 with '•-. Country md City trade, awl we invito :in '•x:iinina:i vith tlu utmost confidence tliat vfe fdiall bo ib] to eiv« b«*th in tjuality and nrice KKI W I N O 1 4 rH v. riai tcrenci r. l.. O. (•ieods *:iU*l'actirr! i: A O

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 29 June 1864

tatnily. .shoes. VOLUNTEER EXTRA. RED WING MINNESOTA, MA? 11, 1864. An Enterprising Finn. We have looked through the extensive DRY GOODS and GRO- CERY STORE of Messrs FREDERICKS, KEMPE & Co., and take pleasure in recommending them to the public. They are young men whose advent into the business circle is of recent date, yet. by faitiful application to their business they have become the first firm in the city. Everybody knows that thoy can always find the best stock to select trom at their store, and can always make thefr purchase* at better advantage than elsewhere hence they havf received that "lion's share" of the public patronage they so richly merited. pi river for quality and quantity. Their stock of Dry Goods is unsurpassed by any west of the Mississip- Their stock of Groceries comprises everything that is needed in a Among -he many things we noticed there, we mention Ladies Hats, Shawls, Cloaks, Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, and an endless variety of Childrene Farmers, and 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. — 6 July 1864

I I W. 0CZ&&5&&Z, zn-iU^-z- ill* flltuttm, ruBuaiiED EYEitr "WEDNESDAY, A I S A E SussuuiAriui* $4,00 per annum,' trletly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N T*n Lines of Miiiun or on* Inch in tpact rnali* Square. 2 V. 1 1 M. 1 3M I 6 At. $1 75 3 00 do I I 75~ 4 4 $3 001 84 00] 4 00! 5 OOT Advertisements leaded and placed under the head of Special Notices, if ten lines or over, will be charged the Ksual rates and one-half additional if under that umeunt, fifty cents far oaoh insertion. Adrertisemtmts not marked en the copy for speaiis ntuaber of Ir.aerttona, will be con tinued until, oitherby a written or verbal no •»iee, they shall be ordered ant,and .payment exacted accordingly. Adfortisements "set in double column jneasure, fifty par cenr, extra. Dealk records published without charge. Marriage notices, $1.00. W\lCttEN BRISTOL, A a.* a in E tTIN HUXN. Front e3ise, orer C. McGlashan's Store. ll»71y \V\ vv\ l'Ulfi A **S, it E RED WING, OJieainTh Goodhae Volunteer buildi...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 6 July 1864

fi- 0 JJLKES If. rAXX-Eft, .- W it EDITOR. NATIONAL UNION TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINC LN. O: Illinois. FOR VICE mKSlDENT AXDKKYV JOHNSON. Of Teunesste. -»^B« Tlif a the wind has been honored with the enmity of Cop lot of most men. The Chatti I nnd the St. Peter Sta'csman copperhead papers, hav always been most, bitter on him, whe ever they have had oc- casion to men.ion them. and agvnst Lincoln, and he brin?3 all his! large vocabu'ary of invicti»es to bw: against the man he do not support. Kooner the peop lo ihe^act squar- in the face—a fact as immn like a thousand ot brick Biow is none resentativea. This liberal and patri'Jiic.of- of 3 our one horse men. ferhas heen accepted, and the Provost The Cha field Dunr^erat, hoistt a he sonal Clell.iM for the next Presidency. The nat urai conclusi wou be that" ho supposes ,. ., the"Peaccons*itutionil old guaranten atore tho Unioti—but war neset 1 able Heaven i' present insane course of policy on the par thought npp«rm-xt, and th 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. — 6 July 1864

©fo 0ittttttn\ OFFICIAL FAFSR OF 1HE C1TT. City and County Affairs^ RED WTNU. JULY 6tnJS64. MARKETS.—There canaot be said to baSherman pny settled price now: for wheat: Under the influence of the gold excitement it has gone up, until it reached figures at which farmers couid lire but with the. fluctua tion of that commodity the price ot wheat has also been "all over a ten acre let" for the last week. Yesterday it was sold on our streets for $1,35 1,40, Oats, almost out of the market, would be worth 75 ets per bushel if any were offered. Barley 90 ete, Corn $100,Potatoesf old, 40 cts. Eggs 15, Butter 15@20 cts. The latter would be paid bv dealers for a first article. price class FOUBTK er JULT.—The Fourth passed off more quietly than any anniversary of independence ,day that we ever knew. No fights, nobody drunk, except lager beer.— No Are works, no celebration. There was a picnic, and two dunces, and the Fourth waaovir. RAKS.—The river it now at tho lowest point it has reached this ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 6 July 1864

National union 1*1at form. Resolved, That it is the highest dnfcy of eve ry American citizen to maintain against all thoir enemies the integrity of the Union and the paramount authority of the Constitution and laws of the United States and that, lav ing asido all differences and political opinions we pledge ourselves as Union men, animated by a common sentiment and aiming at a com mon object, to do everything in onr power to aid the government in quelling by iorce of arms the rebellion now raging against its au thority, and in bringing to the punishment due te their crimes the rebels and traitors ar rayed against it. Resolved, That we approve tho determination of the Government of the United States not to compromise with Tebels, nor to offer any terms of peace except such as may be based upon an unconditional surrender of their hostilities, and a return to their juRt allegiance to the Constitution and Laws of the United States, and that we call upon the Government to maintain this p...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 13 July 1864

Me fflitttttm, PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY JAMES00. PARKER. in SHiiaoniPTion $2,00per annum, trietly in advance. E S O A E I S I N Ten Lin** of Jlij*i»n or one Inch in epaee malt* Square. w. a w. I M. 3M. 1 Square.| $1 00 $1 75 $3.00! $4 OOj 1 do 1 75 3 00 4 00| 5 00| do 3 SO 5 00 1 7 G0| 8 501 2 do 7 00|« OOj' 00|« 00| ar80 00,- *f d. 6 M. $6 00 10 00 12 00 £1000 Column,! week$4 50}^ Ol'm. 1 week do do do do Jo do 2 do 13 00 1 m'th 15 00 8 do 20 0-) 6 do 25 00 1 year, 50 00Main On« Column, woek, $15 00 2 weeks, I 00 month. $20 3 months, $25 6 months $45 00 1 year, with privilego' of chancing *hree times, $80 00. Legal and Government advertisements, 75 «tnts* per folio for the Ural insertion, and 51% «ant* per folio for each additional insertion, linm minion constituting ajfolio. Attorney* ordering leeal advertisements »r# rejarded as accountable tor the cost of the •ame, unless there is a .special agreement to harge the same to another partv. Paymunt in all cases to be marie in 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. — 13 July 1864

Wkf ^tilmtut, JAlIEti II PARKER, HeiJ Win* I3!», I SGI NATIONAL UNION TICKET. 1864. FOK PRESIDENT, A A A N O LN Of Illinois. FO TICK PRESIDENT, A N E W O N S O N Of Tennessee. The Presidency. It is true that it is always better lo over rate, than to under rate the strength of the enemy, if by a doing we make prepara tion* and calculation* to- moot the {•'roes ag.inst which we have contend, but if we allow ourselves u, become ecouraged and disheartened by the difficulties upon which we count, it were better to remain in ignorance of the enemies forces, and main tain a confidence of our wa strength. It is true also that the little cloud of dust kicked up at Cleveland, has assumed and still is assuming proportions we did not then anticipate but if we look calmly, ard coolly at the cloud, wa will, we think, eomo to the conclusion that its fury will be wasted upon itself. The great mass of the people believe that Abruliam Lincoln is ho. eat and capable, and has done better, and will do b...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 13 July 1864

TO OFFICIAL PAPER OF IRE C1TT. City and County Affairs. RED WING, JULY 18tn 5864. a MABKKTS.—Produce is on an astronomi cal tOur- it is away up among the stars. Wheat started this morning at $1,70 per bushel. Yesterday it sold as high as $1,74. Corn is in demand at one dollar and one dollar and ten Oats 90@95 Barley $1,00 Potatoes—old 40@50—uew $1,50. Eggs are scarce, and readily bring cfcs per dozen: Butter 15@20 cis per pound. PKR30SA.L.—Col. Hubbard of the Fifth Rogitnunt has returned homo on furlough aftor a long absence in the south where, With the urate men of his command ho has won a reputation for bravery and soldierly bearing, as well in battle as in the camp, that does honor to himself not less than to the state herepresents. We are gUd to tee the Colonel looking well, and hope when "this cruel war is over" that he may live many years to enjoy the precious boon of liberty he is faithfully striving to defend. **S*OIWY."—This is too choice a gem to note under the head of ."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. — 13 July 1864

National Union Vlntffcrm. Rtsulved, That as slavery was the cause an 1 now constitutes the strength of this re bellion, and as it must b« always and every where hostile to the principle.1- of a republican government.justice to the national salety do-j raands its utter and eomp'ete extirpation lrom the soil of the republic and rL tl we uphold and maintain the act and the proclamation in which th government, in its own defence, has aimed a death Mow nt thi* gg.intie evil, We are in favor, luthnriuore, of such an amendment to the Co stitiuion, to be made byj the people in conformity with its provision,) as shall icTininatc aiid forever prohibit the ex istence of slavery within the limits or the ju risdiction of the United States. Resolved, That the thanks of the American people are duo to the soldiers and sailors of the army and navy who have periled their clveB in defense of their country and in vftidi iation of the honor of the nap that the na tion owes to them sorno permanent recogn...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 20 July 1864

1 Square.| 2 do 3 do THE VOLUME 8, NO, 52 I S E EVEli WEDNESDAY/, BY A E S A E a or SuitsuKiPTiuN $2,00 per annum, trletly in a a A E S O A E I S I N T*#» Ltm4t of Jlimiin *r on* Inch in *p*$« main Squart. 1 W.| $1 00 1 75| 2 50 a W.| 1 3M $8 00j 94 00| 4 00| 6 §G 00 10 00 12 00 1*1 75 3 00 do do do de de 5 00| 8 501 5 00 I 7 00] $4 50!% Cl'ra. Column, 1 week 1 weck-SlOI.'O do 7 00|c' do do do do do do 1 m'th 8 00 «, 2 do 9 00|'« do 15 00j*« 1 year 80 00:" 13 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 50 00 1 m'th 8 do 6 do 1 year, One Column, 1 woek, $15 00 2 weeks. $1* 00 month. $20 3 months, $25 6 months £45 00 I year, with privilego of changing tare* times, $80 00. Lugal and Government advertisements, 75 cants per folio for the lirsl insertion, and 37-3 •ants per folio for each additional insertion, ttu Hue* minion constituting n"t'•1 io. Attorneys ordering lesal advertisements ar« regarded us accountable tor the cost ofthe »ame, unless there is a special agreement to charge the same to another party...

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. — 20 July 1864

-*v**r--v*r r- miU tfa 9-tlnntttt, JAKES H. PAXXBJt, W in EDITOR »Otb NATIONAL UNION TICKET. TOT. E S I E N ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Oi Illinois. tfOJt YlCfi PRESIDENT, ANDREW JOHNSON. Of Tennessee. 500,000 HI ore. Nothing can ruin us but the destruction of the nation by the rebels in arms. If we creasing and, whil, we have hundreds of lands to invite the poverty oppressed sub. But the greenbacks are worth only forty cents on a dollar. Well, be it so. It is our weaWrti not greenbacks. Monev at lest! flaad during the 17th century. Then •heptediftedthe rwnof the naiie*, 18114way The President has called'for500,CdO more men, to volunteer to serve one, two, or three years-. He gives notice that if the quotas frefm each township is-not furnished ifi fifty days from the ijr'h day of July, a draft will be immediately ordered. We are glad of it. We wish he had called for a million men, and then we should feel a double assurance that the war will soon Le over. The several townships had better be loo...

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 July 1864

1.1-ail Iw 9filnntnt, OFFICIAL PAPER OF 2HE CITY. City and County Affairs. REDWING, JULY 20tn T864. MARKETS.—Produce seems to have declin ed a little, probably influenced by the de cline of gold. Wheat sold yesterday on the streets for 165, which is the ruling rate to day. Oats 95 cts, Corn 110, Barley 90, Flour 9.50 per bbl. Potatoes, old 40, new 1.50 per bushel, Eggs 12@15 per doz. But ter 15@20cts.per &, Hides, Green 8 Dry 16@18 cts. Calf Green 10 cets. per pound. COMMUNICATION.—Wo publish on the first page this week a very interesting Com munication from Mr. Littlefield, from Salt Lake City. There are one or two items contained in a private letter that are nochard doubt interesting to—him for instance, board $6. per day travel 20 cents per mile four hundred dollar* already gone. REV. E. EDWARDS of St. Paul, has been commissioned Chaplaimof the Seventh Regiment. No tetter appointment could have been made. Mr. Edwards has every qualification for the post, and cannot fail to do...

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 July 1864

.. •W a a.-? 11' tfe •t T'WJ .JIl'LLJLiliJJ JLLUL National on a Xttmlred, Tliat it is the highest duty of eve American citizen to"maintain ncr.iiast all their enemies the integrity of the Union and' IHe paramount authority of the Constitution and laws of the United "State5* and that, lay ?ng asides all differences and political opinions we ploQgc ourselves as Union men, animated by a common sentiment and aiming at a oom mon object, to doovcry thing in onr power to aid the government in quelling by lorce of arms ^he rebellion now raging against its au thority, ami in bringing to the punishment due to their crimes the rebels anJ traitor. i-aye-» against it. Resolved, That we approve the determination of tho Government of the United Stales not to compromise with rebels, nor to offer any terms of penco exesntsuch as may bo based upon an Unconditional purrender of their hostilities, wud a return to their jn.st allegiance to the Constitution and Laws of the United States, «fnfl that we ca...

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 July 1864

-. mt IMtttttm, PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY A E S A E 1 TiKKaor SuBauniFTioN $2,00 per annum, trietly in advance. RATES O ADVERTISING. Ten Line* of Minion or on* Inck in epaee make a Square. 1 W. ftl 00 rs^uare.j 2 W de do 15 00[s" One Colnmn, 1 week, $15 00 2 weeks. •It 0t I month. $20 3 month*-, $25 6 months .45 00: year, with privilege of changing three times, $30 00. Business notices, published in the Editorial OOIUIBMS, of ten linss or leas, will be charged, for each insertion, one dollar if over ton liees, ten cents ner hue. Adrertiseinoats leaded and placed under the head «f Special Notices', ifton lines or over, will he charged the Kauai rates and one-halt' additional lfander that amount, fifty cents' for each insertion. A«7ertisements not raarkod on the copy for' s»eoile number of insertions, will be cou-! tinned uatil, either by a written or verbal no-' tice, they shall be ordered out, and .payment •xacted accordingly. Advertisements *«et in doublo column •assure, fifty ...

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 July 1864

I .'ei jt mt W 0 1 it 11 fSt JAM£X U. PARKER*: NATIONAL UNfOtN TICKET. 1854. TOX TK.Efi1PV.ST, ABRAHAM LINO LN. Ot Illinois. Fon VICE PRI,*:DEKT, ANDREW JOHNSON. O Tennesscp. we ask why had you so little interest in the matter that you would not go out to a pub lic meeting last Saturday evening to learn. So,'i way or other many people have set tled themselves down into the suicidal be lief, that we are exempt, and they manifest no further interest in the matter. From triai delusion they wi'l sr-on nwake to the icality of tho case. Five hundred thous and more men have been railed for, and am pie time given to furnish them. If they are not furnished voluntarily by the 5ih day of September, they will be furnished compulsively on that day, or as soon thore after as the drawing can be done. Now hadn't we better interest ourselves, and kr.ow how we stand Other towns and cities are nwake in the matter. Other towns are at werk. They know, ns wc ought to kr.ow that there i.-? no certainty th...

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 July 1864

WWMWW. .u i.i.mn !l..niimjniMiLj| ter. MXSmimL. SI* tfltttttuet. OFFICIAL PAPER OF HIE CITY. City and County Affajrs._ sothorjune. RED WING, JULY 2Ttn -.86-1. f*L rr^rr City Cnncns. The legal voters of the City of Hed Wing, who indorse the call for the County Conven tion, to be held on the 23th inst., for the pur pose of electing delegates to the State Con gressional Disctrict Convention, to be held at St. Paul on Aug. 2d and 3rd, are re quested to meat »ttbe Court House in this W. S. GROW. Uhr». Town Com. I TY CAUCUS.—Let every Union man be on hand to night to oloct delegates to the County Convention to be held on the 2 7 tfua Ceunty Convention will elect dele tes| to attend the State Convention at St. Paulj* numerous friends to know that Col. Cc!-'•° ville,who was so severely wounded at With the aid of crutches he can now know that the men who make business live-id. KETUHK T„K Tic E S tickets for Burner's Entertainment 1M! night, are requested to leave the same at holder no possib...

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 July 1864

'•-. LEGAL ADVEKTISMENTS. SUMMONS STAT* O» M-.ni:snn Conn •. Dtstru-t Judicial .'i- rflen ci, Hi e. 1-- A lor Goodhue i_'o.inty First .iff Wall ic The *. Wo, Do! fo ,U a. 'he ilbova namod \"i i»r h(?rt»nv •iv.mmoncu aitd required t*.1^.--''':, 'ft'ie plaintiff inthN »ctio.. w- 1i*e in the olfiou t!iu «\rt'\ i- a •.: A Hod v'inr in oiti •••''. •o .t -'"'Y t' v-ur un swert--.»i! mp aint "u the Mi*s.-ribers at ll»nee the-ir i.'.L.-: :•.'• uling* or Maptorvii'e ini Jojgc coutuy sai.l "State within twenty day* ufW llw eerviceof thU summon up»u Srqji AcluMV*-«»^tho'-l:iy ot'a K-n eervk-e and lfyn tim Can.-el led ••••:'l ta ti-i M'-l'i) d-i ir. sum ofsoven a 1 am unt of tax »ip hc-iei'Mtt.-r «.-ri tm-above M:» M.• in'.. •'.' 't#. •*. ieuf. rr."!". '. }.. '. th^ to it -u»n S-X kl 1 cU.) i'(,Mi A(JE S.NLE. i- .inly srr.n ivo4.) I pHbll G^-. rgo ^'rla«is of v.iuliin2 y.-mo i't»! •*C«M III Mu.r---•••• a N.*-ie Vi ii A N. Lowry. U. K* t' •"•.! :'.h lS.'o. ii ro.-orl.sd-vp ISth I 53 at I t'cloo'...

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