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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 28 May 1862

^/kpw ts^ leJmtiiif) -nl) XOi'Uai or': VOLUME 6, NUMBER 44. dfloM|ie flluntfcr PUBLISHED EVEKT WEDNESDAY, A E A E N 8 0 7 S S I I ON $ 5 per a a in a a ^feSAL._: ._ .=,,. —.,... RATES OF ADVERTISING. £3gr Ton lines or lcs^niake a sqtinrc. 8w I 4w nqn'r $ ju/rs am 6m $2 .4 6 00' 1» 001 Attorney Tounse2oi' nt HE!) nv.\v 1'IXK Of'iec at tl.e Court iloti.-c. OfKK'E ON nlT.2 Will all. .1.1 .,11 .i .(• line "I .McC.uro oi I I »a. a ly IMTOO 2 5ul St) Mi* lO^OO 100Q|16 00 6 001 ~s7io 1-2 00 00 ""ITiul liToTi "T¥oo iin 00"the loOOjZS 00 1? 00j •iiTool (oi. 15 Oil ir» 00 25~0(i LJEOAL ADVKRTiBMKNTg, 40 ots. per sqnr. br tirst insertion. 25 uts. each subs^q-icutinfertion. X-SvorUssmerith sot in dowhlF i!«lnniti,}^ price -Mtiotial. TranMontadvertisemoiits must be paid for in advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertiscmcuts before the day of vale. usiness Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year, idvsrtiesmcnt continued until" ordered out. JAMEK II. PARKKR. W (4. A: I.EN. a S I N 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. — 28 May 1862

C|e§0o%efflIunttfr A E E it W a 9 8 1 9 6 9 he N The news of yesterday, which will be found in our dispatches, is of a very inter- esting character. I seems to indicate that the rebels are about to change their mode of warefare, and are about resorting to of- fensive .proceeding!. Gen. Jackson, who has been constantly retreating before Banks, has suddenly attacked him, and has com- pelled him to fall back on Harper's Ferry, and perhaps across the Potomac. The se- cessionists of Baltimore and Washington are jubilant over the repulse, and openly declare that the rebel army will soon be in Mary- land. Those villians ought at once to be hung. This is a serious aftVr for us, as it must delay the final victory but we cannot reasonably expect to meet with nothing but continued success we roust expect some reverses. Curtis has reinforced Halleck at Corinth. The federal gunboats have appeared be- fore Vicksburgh, and demanded the surren- der of the city. Burnside has taken Raleigh, N. and Ge...

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. — 28 May 1862

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. HOME COLUMN. RED WING, MAY 23.1S62. BLANKS! BLANKS! WE HAVE JUST PRTNTED AND HAVE now on hand for sale, at tins office, ft Inrge lot of BLANKS, including Wimranlv heeds, Qnit-Claiin Deeds, Mortgages, Chattel Mortgages, besides full assortment of Jus jr.co's blanks. Post Office Notice* Tns TIME or CLOSINGTOEMAILS.—The innil iip will be closed at lOj^f o'clock, A. JI. thean hial' down will le closed at 12 o'clock M.. till further notice. M. SOJU'N, P. M. l\sr E. 1*. LOWATEK, D. P. M. Bftwiko MACHINE.-A new Singer's Sew- lng Machine for sale on easy terms, Call at BUSH STREET.— We notice with pleasure that preparations are being made to build a 'culvert across Bush Street, at Jordan, pre liminary to grading theFtreat. W E should like to know how it happens \Wx\ we get the telegraphic news from Mil waukee, which get here the day after it is received there, several hours earlier than we get the same news from St. Paul. Such, for several days has been the case....

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. — 28 May 1862

u()h, and fined the foreman ©i" tho jury $5 aj^ «^pm.prwhohad thewincharg^^,,a,, O I W S Trtiavr THE whither he went at an eclipse puce MR. SAMUEL IS. TODD, brother moihcji\! rn^therKtake^me away fromjthis place."' ^Vri. offijeet ,of. his other a on ball, as a a but hio operation A O S O S as quietly notified the to of the Stat a of iti pieces when fired against thick iron 11 tea. Sens 1 or Harris of Ne York said the other day ''Our great and ever present, all eon'roMing purpose should be the testora on—the full, complete, enduring restoration of the Union—-every section, State and Ter ritory reluming to its own proper place in oar great national system, and all again moving en, as in limes past, each in its own appropriate aphere, in unity and harmony the accomplishment of a glorious desti ny." scheme es Goodhue jftQd'T* if nrrfrol' WVIWOIHIS TH I N W S A IlOVC Il&ralcl a in in an a a the a«- to the institution to the rebel lead ers, that the will be held individually responsib...

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 June 1862

III*WIII«I«I»II nil «p*wta»-,wgj»- .Harao'T^T t*em «*fc %Hdvq a VOLUM E 6 NUMBERS. C|e ioo%p folutttpfr I S E fiVEKY WEDNESDAT BY A E & A E N T]$tx» p? SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum Rtriotlt in advance. A E S O A E I S I N £39* Ten lines or less make a square. 3m 1 aqu'r 2 sq'rs 8 sq'rs Sw $1 50 2 50 4w Cm (2 00 $3 00 4 50 600 oo 13 oo "2F00 £4 00 6 00 $6 00 1000 3 00 8 5C 5 00 O O 4 00 6 00 J£col. 1 eol.~ 7s 00 An Notary 10 00 16 00 $ OOi 12 00,20 00 12 ti0| 15 00 25 00 25 00 15 00 25 OOl 40 00 10 00 15 00 40 00 75~00 LEOAL AUVEKTISMXNTS, 40 cf,s. per squr. for first insertion, 25 cts.enchsirb«eqi en insertion. Advertisements act in double c*lnmu,3^ price -nlditionttl. Transient ad vertisumouts must he paid for tn advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the day of tiuln. Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. All idv«rtiements continued until ordered oat. JAMES II. PAUKKR. W G. AI I.EN. S I N E S S A S W. W I E S 4 O E A I A W EKD WING, MI...

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 June 1862

e#oo%i^0ltmtm I I A E it 4 W in a I I 1 8 6 4 The New*. The newt this week is in ths highest de gree interesting. The evacuation or Corinth WM bejond nil question the result of ez« treme necessity on the pert of the rebels.— Their supplies were cot off by Halleck, end they must ran, fl^ht or surrender. They d»r«d net fight, end would not surrender their only resort then «w to run. Report* say they left Corinth with 120,000 men, but they were so completely demoralized, that they have now not over 80,000 more than 4Q.000 baring strayed away and deserted. General Halleck is taking advantage of their panic and is following them rapidly up, and it is almost certain that he will rout them entirely. Gen. Pope feeds the ad Tance of Halleck* army, and has made sad haroc in the ranks of the flying rebels.— On the 5th he was forty miles south of Cor inth, pressing the enemy hard, and bad raptured 10,000 of them, and 15,000 s'and of anna. Fort Pillow the only obstruction in the way to Memphis h...

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 June 1862

i^^i^^^jL '.. Mm $*mM4h,?±.-r^?~ l^^^eltoiwr OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE ClTY. HOME COLUMN. RED WING, JUNE *,:S«2. Pos? Ollfotf Notice. TUB TIMS or CLOBIXO ma MAILS.—The mail »p will bo closed atlOJi* o'ehxk. *. M.{ theit down will be closed tX 12 xvotock M. mm nrtber notice-.' Per E. P: LOWATRR, I"W SOiilJt, 1* M. till P.M. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. A mass convention of the Dcnwrncy of Goodhue County wilt be, hoUlen attho Court lion so in Re-1 Wing.on Tuesday the 24th day of June, Hist., at 1 o*clouk p. to elect dcle ffattcH to the State Convention to be heldou abuyers Bt. Paul on the 2d dav of July next. E. T. WILDER. Wra W. SWENEY, P. SANDFORD, S FISH —.- \fm! FKYBRRGEB. Kad Wing, June 9, '62. Dcra. Con. Com. AGRICULTURAL.—Our readers will not Jail to notice and read the displayed adver tisement of C. C. Johnson, Esq., this week. Anything of practical use on a farm, in the way. of machinery, 'can be had at his ware house.--. Wc call special attention to his Su gsiVto* PERSONAL.—David Hanc...

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 June 1862

I W I I S A N An Irish priest was seen standing *$ $ V?™?1"?,0?* o^e of the ^qiutresaii LVfoddrt, aboht \W ftdftr of dfnner.- One of ifc.yriuntiymeu observing the worthy fajfcher' in perolexity ^dressed] Ked"w^ner. *v-v". ii X" Mi! Father O'Xoary, how is'yonr riviritto*?'-', Mfgrftly fxut uiit Pat," was'the re ply- Putovirl Hvlio'd put ont your riv- on? AU you don't understand this is jtist it—la invited to dine at one of the Jvouses in this square, and I liave forgotten the name, and 1 never looked at the number, and now it's seven oN elock.'\ ''lOh» is that all?" was the cry 'fejust now be aisv, vour rivirince—I'll settle that for you?" So saying, away flew the good-na tifred irishman round the square, glwiCing at the kitchens, and when )e discovered a fire that denoted hos pitality, he thundered at the door and ifyflnired, :. Wtla Father O'Leary here?" As might be expected, again and again he was repulsed. A length an angry footman exclaimed— N botlier on Father O'Leary, he is no...

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 June 1862

«ss» •••i HHRH A S A I I S A N .,, A A I I A N in I The jrreat German historian ol' T?om«', Kiepuhr, gives the following as his (tpinion "A had handwriting ought never to be forgiven it is shame ful indolence indeed, sending a bad }y-written letter to a fellow creature is as impudent an aet as I know Can there be anything more unpleasant than to open a letter which at once fchows that it will require long deciph ering Besides, the effect of the letter is gone it* we must spell it.— IStrange, we carefully avoiil troubling other people even with trifles, or ap pear before tlietn in dress which shows negligence or carelessness, and yet nothing is though! of giving the dis agreeable, trouble of reading a badly written letter. Good breeding requires writing well and legibly." A gentleman who was paying his addresses to a kily at length summon* -d courage to ask it'his suit was agree able to her, ami whether he might flat tor himself with a chance of "its ulti mate success. The witty lady...

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 June 1862

IfijiijjiitofrtMl VOLUME 6, NUMBER 47. 9 I 9 E EV5K WEDNESDAY, A E & A E N Tlentfs p» SUBSCRIPTION •tnctlyin advance. i. tqn'r sq'rs 8* $1 50 2 50 t[ sq'TS S 50 5 00 Hco1 k»oi. tfepf 8 ao 13 00 $1,50 per a 4w A O N E A A W USD W I N MINNESOTA 51y JAMES H. PARKER, A TTORVEY 4- 00 UNSEL OR AT LA W. And Notary Public RED WINO, MINNESOTA. Olttce in The Goodhue Volunteer building Red Wing. March 8th. tl C. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorney* & Counselor* at a •lairn* against, the United State* or PAY AND BOUNTY ol bohliera killed in battle or dying in the nervice of the Government. l)Ui Offiee in Hrnnd'a new tfca.KeJ WhiK House. Red Win*, March Hth ISfil. J. F.PING Attorney A Coun««'lor «t REi my(j .\/i vy A N S I E O E PEACE. Strd HI IMinuexota. Si-ci-iitl at'int'uiti given to col lecting. OltPICk 'N MAIN S E nlo2 n4'Jv6:ly GiiORGE W. UUTHERFORD, .Atforncy and Counsellor »i Law UUSCOE, GOODHUE COUNTY. Will attend to all business entrusted to his car* in the line ol'hia |rot'e^s'u)n. ...

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 June 1862

jj matym Mute A E E it Wingr, 18 1 8 6 2 Charleston. The telegraph brings us the cheering in formation that preparations are fast being made to commence the attack on Charles. ton, the fountain-head of treason. Proba bly no decisive movement will be made un til our iron clad gun-beats are ready to co operate with the force already there.— When that can be done, the fate of that city will be speedily settled. We cannot see how it can be done until Richmond is either taken or abandoned, unless other gun-boats are built. The naral authorities are busy now preparing other boats, but still it seems tons impracticable to build them of suffi cient force, and in sufficient numbers to take that place very early in the season. So weIndeed look to those now up the James River. Jackson Escaped. By seme good luck, or by an extraordi nary display ©f skill, the rebel General Jackson, before whom Gen. Banks retreat ed down the Shenandoah Valley, about three weeks age, and who, as all supposed, woul...

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 June 1862

JjBBtWWIww'P-1 wmss****t OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. HOME COLUMN. RED WING, JUNE 18.1S62. Pos Oilku' Notice THE TIMB or CLOSING TUB MAILS.—The mail up will bo closed atlOJ^ o'clock, A. II. the map down will bo closed at 12 o'clock M., till further notice. M, SORIN, P. Per E. P. LOWATEB, D. M. E O A I CONVENTION of June, inst., at 1 o'clock r. to elect dete gate* to the State Convention to be heldeu at flit. Paul on the 2d dav of July nevt. T*I1°I! conduct of the -wlieut buyers of this place, and immediately conceived tbc idea of annihilating t" accomplish which, one of them ordered his paper stopped. Wonderfnl Stransre an it •lay feeni to our friends in the city and country •we survived tho shock,and still lire. NOTICE A mass convention of the Democracy of (lOOdhoe County will beholden at the Court. House in Red Win? on Tuesday the'24th day our citizens met to hear the report of the E. T. WILDER. "Win W. 8WENEY, P. SANDFORD, P. S. FISH. Wm. FRYBRRGER. Red Wing, June 9, '62. Iem. Cen...

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 June 1862

1 I I 9! M* 7 !i J. 1 I A SHREWD TRICK. A,correspondent of the New York Evehlng Post, writing from Banks' army, says: "*Oue of the battery men got a fine 3 „_ -j* Ipaffe t,-_'4. a a D-capitate the devil and you have his character— evil. Drop tho and you have vile strike out the «v' and'yon make ill tho Vr and it loaves it el, which an Englishman will roughen into an un comfortable locality —Hell. Of a truth, the devil is in the word. REFEREE'S SALE The S'nto of Minnesota, District Judicial District for Goodhue Christopher Cogol. Plaintiff. '•j afruiitftt Thomas J. Little. Robert Ivee. James O. Stoddard and volney Brundsge, Defendants UNDER •aid District Dated at K«d Wing, Minn. MARTIN S If addressed •fie*. W a 8 U-, _„ ., the other one in two years trom their said date, hib uniform, ana the rebel scouts had ith interest at the rate of twenty-fonr per been in that direction, so his story did cent, -per annum from date until paid, and the noet seem improbable.h Ths ownet ofI ^J^™!* .™...

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 June 1862

S VOLUME 6, NUMBER 48. I S E EVERY WEDNESDAY, A I E I A A E N TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION SI,50 per nnnum Itrictlyin advance. A E S O A E I S I N J3f~Ten lines or less make a square. Sw= S3 00 4 50 6 00 JAMES II. PARKER, A 7 TORXEY $00 UNSBL 0 A LA W. An Notary Public RED WING, MINNESOTA. OthVo in The Goodhue Volunteer building Red Wing, March Sth. tt'" C. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorneys A. Counselors at a KEI) WING, MINNESOTA. Special attention friven to the collection of claims tieainst the United States for PAY AND BOUNTY of sol.li.-rs killed in battle or dying in tlie service of the Government. Olriee in Brand's new building, next door to the lied Wing House. K«d Win-,', March 3th. 1S31. tf J. F. PINGREY, •Attorney A Counselor at Law RED WJ.VG MIXN. Oilicc at the Court House. FRANK IVES, A O N E A A W A XI) JUSTICE OF THE TEACE, Red Winy, Minnesota. Special attention {.'iven to collecting. 1 OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. n40vf»:lv GEORGE W. RUTHERFORD, Attorney an Counsellor at Law ROSCOE, GO...

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 June 1862

.'"-" ••-Mil •yii.iunm.i,. I ni.inin.iilum^i^,. Cjje i0o%e 9ulimtmr 1. II. PARKER E W 2 5 1 8 2 A W must apologise to our readers this week for the scarcity of orig'nal matter in our columns. he editor is absent on busi nam, but will be home the last of this week. he N Th news this week is quite interesting. Th Federal forces attacked a rebel battery on a Island, four miles from Charleston, on last Monday. Th battle lasted all day with heavy loss on both siJes. I is thought the rebels are cut off from all retreat, and the fall of the city certain. A was sent White river for the purpose of capturing a rebel a it and a half, in which one of our gunboa's the Mound City, received a shot in her boiler, causing her to blow up killing 125 of her crew, but succeaded in capturing the bat- 30 prisoners It is reported that Beauregai are on their way to Richmond ruand tvill follow. appointed in his stead. tached portions of Potomac army have now to concentrate their force*, or beat a a track ac...

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 June 1862

C|cdi0ob|ucf.o!ii!itetr OFFICIAL PAPER OF TH E CITY HOMB COLUMN. KED WING, JUNK 25. 188:?.* i'osi Odioo N THE Ti**£ of CLOSING TUB MAIL.*. further notice. M. SOBtS P. For E. LoWATER, D. 1*. M. lng at (5 o'clock. Let every one present. Hutchinson Family will give a ert at the Court House on Thursda even ing of this Come one, come all. I hotel ou Plum -street and intends to make!* it a first rate fellow, keep hotel." N E W A E We have just received a! number of the Advertiser, published at Min- neapolis. It is a neatly printed six column sheet, and would do credit to any city.— W book you, fiiend Cyphers on our ex-, change list. Rt'.ui STUIOKT •over Jordan is progressing rapidly, Mid is Wing built in a very substantial manner.— It will soon bo ready for 'lie grading. Th grading on 4th street is also going ou at a brisk rate, and in a few weeks will be one of the handsomest streets in the city. Norwegian paper printed at Madison, Wis. thousands ar.d millions of acies that still Mr. Win...

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 June 1862

ss CHICAGO Sewing Machine Go OFFIOECOR. LAKE AN CLARK STS. Over A H. Miller's Jewelory Store, E a 3 5 a Street WENewltyrnonw are introducing to the public a Ihvented and Recently Patented It. Because its right or face side is incompar ably handsomer than that of the lock-stich, while the reverse is fully as handsome as the. reverse of that. :5. Because it is clastic, yielding or giving with the inaterial sewed.* The lock-stitch is non-elastic and non-yielding. •i. Because it is a fast stich and will not rip, though every fourth stich is cut. Tho lock stitch will rip if once broken. 5. Because, while it is a fast stich, it is also sasccptibJeof being taken out with great facil ity, in case it is required, as in altering garments "ti. Our inachiner will run gather, fell, hem, tuck and embroider, and will do all that other machines do. All machines warranted, and kept in repair one year without charge. We arc also sole agents for the Salo in the Western and North-western States, of BLA...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 2 July 1862

\. ~~4 I..,. ,n. „._,„,.+.#..•*,. •.... iii mt,ni% I W 3 |^iMtM^iiritlifiiiiiMilitfliiii... tJ aeaityt T! *l1 «*on •ow a'-n [ti 4KR3—" *a*yp PUBLISHED EVEKV WEDNESDAY, '.HUB ft 9 s-f!.-j.' A E A E N TERMS of SCBSUUU-TION §1,59 per unnnm Strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N Ten lines or less make a square. 3w~ 5 00 6 00 "sToo 18 01) iFoo I/sol. 15 00 ''LEGAL ADVEUTISMEXTS, 40 ots. per squr. for firat insertion,25ets.each 9nbsoqnontinsertion. „Attyertisamerits set in double celnmn,) price nlditional. ^Tran*icntadvcrtisemonts must be paid for Tn advance, con tinned advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the day •of sale. jBujdness Cards,(six lines,) $6 per year. All advertiesments continued until ordered a JAMES II. PATCKKR. W U. ALLEN. S I N E S S A S W. W. E S A O N E A A W RED WING, MINNESOTA .' 51y_ JAME S II. PARKER A TTORXJJY $CO U2TSEL OR A LA W. A nd Notary KED WING, MINNESOTA. Office in The Goodhue Volunteer building Bed Wing, March Stli. tt' C. & 3....

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 2 July 1862

r- ™—_*_—, „„m.~:..,,:z.'", -±—~~^,.'../ :::r..^r^^siz:-s^rrr.. v-ffSCTSBaijas—.,•.•* .- .T...-K*I-^^ -....- VOLUME 6, NUMBER 49. CjplbMjitettateer I S E EVEK W E N E S A A E & A E N TERMS ot SeusoniPTioN $1,50 per tinnnm •trictlyin advance. RATE S O ADVERTISING. ,$3?" Ton lines or less*make a square. 4\v I 8w 1 wqu'r[ o» 2 sq'r-M 3 50 jTsq'rs 8 50 3 fim :, ooI 4 oTi \4 col. S 00 1 col."* I 00 l.r 00i 20 00 Business Car.Is.(six lines,) §6 per year. All advertiosnientp continued until ordered at JAMES II. PARKKB. W G. A I E S S I N E S S A 1 1 S W. W E S A O N E A A W RED W I N MINNESOT A 51 JAMES IT. PARKER A TTOIiXEY $• CO UN'S EL OR A LA W. A N a RE WING MINNESOTA. Office in The Goodlm Bed Wing, March Sth. Volunteer building tf C. & C. McCLURE, Attorney A lounsclors sit a ItED WING, MINNESOTA. Special attention sriven to the collection of minims against the United Slates for PAY AND BOUNTY of soldier* killed in battle or dying in the service of the Government. Office in !!...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 2 July 1862

a S»?5 A it I it E it K«*- wtngv July arigea: Battle tit Richmond. By our telegraphic reports it will be seen that severe battle was fought between the rorcesof the enemy, "and the right wing of eufr arm? oh Thursday and Friday of last w**k. There were no less than I25,0t0 men engaged. The battle was brought on by the enemy, aud resulted in no advan tage to them. The Northern Light, which came down festenlay afternoon brought news of a se vere battle then raging at Richmond, the entire force of both armies being engaged. McClelian was in front of them, and Burn aide in their rear. The news came -by tele graph, and was taken off at Hastings. No account given of the progress of the fight further than that "McClelian and Burnside were pouring the shot into them thick, and fast." This fight will probably decide the fate of Richmi 1 and close the rebellion. 4 Currency. Last fall the eastern banks in spite of laws to the contrary, determined that they would not. redeem their paper in spec...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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