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Default having boon wade in the condition*
o»'a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated the
iflth. day of October -1867, mad* and executed
by the Winaebage Water Power Company, to
fi. S. Hard sf Hennepin County Minnesota,
whereby and by the terms of which, the said
Water Power Company sold, convened and
confirmed unto the said H. S. Hind, hia heirs
and assigns, the following described lands
eltuated in Si3*ms County in the Territory(now
State) of Minnesota, viz "Beginning at the
South west corner of Block numbered Fifty two
(611) in the Town of "Winnebago, and running
from thence, northerly on Bock street* to the
North west corner of aaid Block thence,
on the North line of said Block, to the
Mississippi River thence down a 1 River
io Bridge Street thense on the north
of Bridge Streets to -the place of beginning
together with tho Tavern Hqyjse stand,
ng oa 04 Block" together w#h all and singu
"lar tha privileges aisd appurtc&anees thereto
'belonging, to secure to $»£
Theirs anil assigns the payment of Eighteen
Ilnudred EP^ty Seven dollars and twenty two
and 22 cents) and interest thereon
Vt the rate of three per. cent per month unti
paid, according to the conditions of one prom
isaoiy note bearing even date with said Inden
*ure of Mortgage, made and executed by the
said Winnebago Water Power Company, to the
said H. S. Hurd and which mortgage contain
A power of sale, and was duly recorded in the
office of the Register of Djeds for said Stearns
County, on the 22d day of October 1857, in
Book "A" of Mortgages, on pages 91. 92. 93
There is claimd to be due and is due on saie
Mortgage, at tho date of this notice, Tweut.x
ihree hundred Eighty One dollars aud Sixty
Seven cents, and interest on Eighteen Hundred
Eighty Seven dollars and twenty two cents a
three per cent per month, from July 14th 1858
and no suit nor proceeding at law has been had
nor instituted to recover the sum claimed
said Mortgage, nor any part thereof: and b,
reason df rha default made in the conditio:,
thereof, the power of saletherein contained, ha
Therefore, notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the power of sale in said mortgage con
tained, and in pursuance thereof, and of thv
Statute in such case made and provided, th\
mortgaged premises hereinbefore described, to
gether with all and singular thepriviliges anil
appurtenances thereunto belonging, will W
sold at Public vendue to the highest bidder, a
the office of the Register of Deeds for sai
Stearns County, in St. Cloud, insaidcouity
.on the 10th day of September next, at One o*:
clock in the afternoon of said day, to Batisfj
the amount then due on said mortgage, togetb
»r with the costs and expenses of such sale.
July 14th 1858 H. S. HURD.
6 w. Mortgagee.
Default having been made in the condition
a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated the 2Ctl
day of October, 1857, made and executed by th?
Winnebago Water Power Company, to Perren
GetcLell of Hennepincounty, Minnesota, where
by, and by the terms of which, the said Watei
Power Company sold, conveyed and confirmee
unto the said Perren Getchell, his heirs and as
signs, the following desribed lands situated in
Stearns county in the State, (then territory)
Minnesota, viz "Begining at the south west
corner of block numbered fifty two (52) in thePowder,
town of Winnebago, ancl running from thence
northerly, en -oek street to the north west cor
ner of said Block fifty two (52): thence on the
north line of said Block, to the Mississippi riv
er thence down said river to Bridge Street:
thenc« on the north side of said street, to the
place of begining:—together with the tavern
bouse standing oa said Block together with
allaudjs&gular the-privileges and appurtenan
ces thereto .belonging to secure to the said
Porrea^teaeii hi3 heirs or assigns, the pay
ruent of Threelumdred n.'nety"dollars and sixty
ight ceats ($391*58 cts) and interest thereon
at the rate of-three per cent per month until
paid, according to the conditions of one promis
sory aote ^bearing.even diie with said indenture
Mortgig", aside and executed by the said
Winnts.igo Water Company to the said Perren
G&ijfo -tu: watte said .mortgage contains a power
of sale, aad w«f duly recorded in the" office of
the Register of Deeds for said Stearns County,
on the 5jt| day «f November 1857, in Bock "A"
of Mortgages, oa Pages 106,107, and 108.
There is claimed to be due, and is due on said
Mortage, at the date of this, notice, Four Hun
dred ninety three dollars and eighty one cents,
($493,8!eis) and interest on Three hundred
ninety dollars and sixty eight cents ($890,68cts)
*t the rate of .three per cent per month since
July 14th 1858 and no suit nor proceeding at
Uw has been had nor instituted to recover the
ens* claimed on said mortage nor any por
aio* thereof and by reason of the default made
}n the condition thereof,the power of sal* there
jus contained has become operative.
Therefore notio* is hereby given thatfryvir
tue of th* power of «*Jein said mortgage con
tained, and in pursuance thereof and of the
Statute in suck case mad* and provided, the
mortgaged premises abort described will be
•old pnblic vendue, to the highest Udder, at
the office ofthe Register of Deedsforsaid Stearns
county,}n St. Cloud.thereinon the I7fcb day of
September next, at ten o'clock in tho forenoon of
said day,ft*satisfy the amount then due on
•aid mortgajp. with the costs and
|tf£M« of sueb sals.
/uly 16th ISM
of interest, with a small payment down, tlu
Euoists, CoMrearanTs A Ftxexv rutiiasu
reoently completed bY 0 W. CURTIS, and
situated on second avenue St. Cloud. The iei
on whioh said residence is located is 1101
front by 182ft deep. This is one of the moe
desirable pieces of property in St. Cloud.
Apply to, or address, by letter
St Cloud June ^th
H, S. Hurd, hi?
A riouea AMD LOT
Second Avenue in Lower St. Cloud.
llOUSS IS SSW AMU wsu. rixisasn,
six rooms and in a desirable location,
on reasonable,terms, or 15 per cent off far
For further particular*
MiLLua & 3wissaax.il
July 21st. 1869.
RETAIL PRICE CURRENT.
CORRECTED WIIKLY, BT
I E & S W I S S E
Glrocers and Provision dealers Lower St.Cloud
ST. CtouD, June 17, 1868.
Flour Extra, per bbl.
do Extra, bags,
do Superfine bag,
•orn Meal per bag,
Vheat per bush,
'orn par bush,
)at3 per bush
iuckwheat per bush
^ork, Mess per bbl
do per lb,
lacon Hams common per lb
do do Canvassed
Jried Beef ..
.iutter per lb,
Jheese per lb
dgg8 per doz.
laisins per lb
Jurrants per lb
Jried apples paired per lb
Dried Peaches, unpaired,
fea, Young Hyson,
do Gunpowder and imperial
oap, Cast Steel per lb
do Family, per bar
,'andles, Star, per lb
•f do Mould, per lb
Vindow Glass, per half box, 8x10
Other sizes in proportion.
•ifhite Iead per lb,
Unseed Oil, per gal,
Yhale'OiT, per gal,
vlolassee per gal,
vrinegar, per gal
itotte ware Churns,
Salt, per seek, of 200 lb*
sxDQ mmxmt WWW' flOODSI'f
1 7&@1 &
do Dairy, sack*)
Lead, per lb,
Shot, per lb,
0 an Caps, G. D, per box,
'Jails, per keg,
do per lb,
Dry hides per lb.
Cooking stoves with fixtures eompl«t«f 25^$86
Crackers, per lb, 12^«®16c
ST. ANTHONY BOOK STORE,
wHOLxsAtn Airo UKTAIL naatsa IN
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER,
FISHING TACKLE, POCKET CUTLERY,
FANCY ARTICLES, TOYS, Ac.
OPPOSITE TH8 FALLS, ST. ANTHONY, MINNISOTA.
June, 10, 1858. vollnol3,ly
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
Hiin Street, Upper Town,
a ATOHES, Clones and Jewelry repaired
VV on the shortest notice. All work war
ranted, and entire satisfaction guar tntee 1.
We were inside the mark in our last
weeks statement of our railroad prospects.
We had doubted the reports of the very
early construction, thought they savored of
gas but are now fully assurad that we may
reasonabt/ expect the road from St 'Paul to
St. Cloud to ..jbe completed in two years,
while it will be in running order as far as
St. Anthony by the nr2^ of nextDecember.
So we are not out of the vTorld, even if we
are within sixty miles of the bunalo pas
"It has been solemnly adjudged by the
highest judicial tribunal that alswerf
exists in Kansas by virtue of the constrtn
tion of the United States. Katmsiethere
fore at this moment as mooh a slave State
as Georgiaor South C*ro)i*A."—President
Away, then, with the dtmogogv em*
peahjor the idOt of th* majority, with
which the couDtry ie now rile en the sub
ject of Ksusm'^r*iiAtfy*ft Utuhm.
XtOVTJEl&j S OTJOXrjD.
jjj AVK just reemved a largo assortment t:
JUL goods, among which aro tho following:
All kind* of KolawM, 8u^mr*
Qoffee and T«a,
White Lead Fl
DriedApplos 4: Vvmmm
Powder, Snot and
ALSO, HAM&.glDS BACON,
SHOULDERS, PORK, DRIBl B3KKF
CUEESK, BUTTER, LARD,
BKANS, RICE, Ac., Ac.
VLSO, HALF BUSHRL MEASURES
WOODEN BUCKETS, SIONE
The entire assorimeut is for ami* Tory low.
:'or CASH, or will be «xch»aged on reasonable
«rms for PRODUCI, HIDES, MAKKJETIWi,
vc, ftc. Git* us a call.
May 20, 1868.
Wm FUB9, GBAIK, P0TAT0S8, BUT
TER, BGGS, LAND WARRANTS, 8TATL
^CRIP, As., Ac. HILLSB 4 8W188HXLM
May 20, 1868.
CLEAR THE TRACK!'
THE CARS ARE COMING*!!!
E have just opened a largo and fresh as
Crrooeiies. Raoon, Pork, Flour
Feed, Grain, Neils, Cooking
Stoves, Window Glass,
Ac, Ac, Ao.
Which will be disposed of very low for easi
or country produce, at our new store, at the
:ower steamboat landing.
May It'68. MILLBR A SWISSHELM
Forwarding and Commission.
TTB respectfully solicit the consignment
Goodsand Merchandise, either for store-.
tg* or for sale upon commission, at our new
store and warehouse, lower steamboatlandins
May 18, '68 MILLKR A SWD3SHELM.
J. W. MBTZROTH,
in Clothing, Cloths, Cassimere*
Vesting* and Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods, to the inspection of which he invite*
his friends and the public.
WATOHMAKIR AND JIWELEB
LOWER SAINT O
DEALER, in Clocks, WaUshes, J*welry,
./Spoons, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Silver
Thimbles, Ac," Ac, of fin* Quality, which he
will sell as low as any of like quality can be
bought this side of Chicago. Call and see.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, fte., repaired in
good and satisfactory manner, and ea reasona
HIS new aad beautiful Hotel is situated
upon the Ml* just above the Lower Ferry
in town of St. Cloud, commanding on* of
the most beautiful views en ltississipp)
river. The rVoprietof assures ail who maycommodate
risk this plate taathia tableshall contain every*wiU
bounty aad luxury which can be obtained both
at heme and abroad. Xtie hi*intention to keep __
the abev* hotel «*atret class one In every refcj I
Tho arranfemeat*. *f Ike chairs will be as
T. St.JOHN, M. D.,
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology.
J. F. JUDOE, M. D.,
Professor of Chemistry aad Pharmacy.
A. J. HOWE, M. D.,
Professor of Surgery.,
C. H. CLEVELAND, M. D.,
Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutic*.
WH. SHERWOOD. M. D.,
Professor of Medical Practice and Pathology.
J. R. BUCHANAN, M. D.,
Emeritus Professor of Cerebral Phyeiology and
Institutes of Medioine.
JOHN KINO, M. D., '.'?•
Profes*or of Obetetrics sad distaste of Wom*n
The term* for the Session will be the same
a* heretofore, ris.:—Matriculation, $6,000.—
Tuition, $20,00. Demonstrator's Tioket,$2,00
Every Student is required to engage in dissec
tion wit Session before graduation. Gradua
tion, $20j00. JKcket to Commercial Hospital,
The lecture rooms are n*w!y finished, neat
W *«»d in a central ltoeKty., (in
8*w*.) where 8tndtntt
will and it convenient to call on their arrival.
Ticket* for the Session may be obuia oi
&M I5wj6r his ofiee, Me 118,
Smith Street, or of Prof. e. H. Cleveland,
Seeretary of the FacuUy, No. 180, Seventh
Street, near Elm.
Joan Em*, M. P., Pea.
ONE of the eight new sloopt-ofwar
ordered by Congreea, will be boik at eeeh
of the folioWtng navv-vards: Portaaonth,
Bbeton, New Totk, Philadelphia, Washing
ton, Norfolk, and Pefltacola, and at 8a
F«nci»(~-provid«d the aeeeaaarj timber
eta be procured there.
"If t&e eoa&renoe bill past, Kaaeat
•nay oosse into the UnkMt a« a Slate 8tate,
o*$h* cannot atm* in UaB. Tsstl is th*
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, «c.
Corner Fint and JeLarton StretU,
LOWER SAINT CLOUD.
respectfully inform his friends and
the ^on -rally that he ha* Just rt
•eivtd and opened lr their inspection, a full
aaaortment of the abort.
Families desirous of procuring a pure articlr
of medicine, or Wishing their prescriptions fill
with ore and accuracy, will gave him a call.
Bringing with him an experience of eight year
and having acquired a thorough knowledge cf
medicine previous to his engagement in the bo
tinesa, ho ieels confident that he can give satis
faction to all.
The Profession-»re invited to call they wili
find hi* stock to consist of all msdicin** in ge
Prescriptions carefully compounded at al:
hours of the Amy or night.
A YSR8 Cherry rectoral for sal* at
MARLATT'8 DRUG STOP.E
TTBLLS* celebrated medicines for sale at
W MARLATTS DRUG STORE.
new Discovery for safe at
I ERCHANT 8 Gargling Oil for sale at
VI MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
if ARTIN'S Concentrated Extract of Jamac.
MX Ginger for sal* at
MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
1RAFFKNBURG Medicines constantly or
hand at MARLATT'S DRUG 8TORE.
RAYMOND, OWEN, A Co.,
naxuracTCBSKS AND SCALERS IN
Lo-wer St. Cloud Minnesota.
Window Frames constantly o-
han and made to order, also, Planeinf
Rawing and Turning of all kinds done on shot
t. H. RAYMOND. OWSN. A. SMtTlP
I I E
TORE Doors, Circular or Gothic Head Sasl
*j Blinds aad Frames, or any other desire*
patternV made to order on short notice. Kilr.
dried lumber constantly on hand.
N. B, Doors and Sash for sale at my mamv
kctory, oh First street, near the Steams Honsv
M. P. NOEL,
bounty Surveyor Civil Engineer
V\7"OCLD respectfully inform the citisens 11
V'V ft. Cloud and the public generally, the.
ie will promptly and faithfully attend to al
business entrusted to his care.
Ss*T* Office near his resident* on Third Ave
me, Lower St. Cloud.
THE EMERSON HOUSE.
1 on Monday the 8th of February, and conti
nue sixteen weak*. A full aad thorona* course
of lecture* *W heaven, ooonpyintete*t»»•
ven hour* daUy, wlxh good oprtnBiti*s for
attention to practical Anatomy, and with am
ple Clinical facilities at the Comseereiat Hospi
O O I
J. EMER80K, PROPRIETOR.
PHB above house has been refitted and refur
1 nished. and the amplest accomodations hev*
been constructed for the reception of visitors:
the proprietor pledges himself to spare no ex
pense to render his visitors comfortable.
has bean erected, 60 by 86 feet, which ean ac
27 Hentt and 18 Oxeef, and there
always be a plentiful supply of feed on
band, and careful Ostler*.-
S O E
ClORd, sRitns Cs., H. T.
subeerlber would respectfully announce
to the citisuM of St. Qloud and vicinity,
chat he ha* established himself in the Dry
Good* bnsiases, ta the building formerly occu
pied by L. A Evans, (and directly opposite
Proctor± Clarke's Hardwar* Store,) where ht
ha* just opened hi* large aad wtU selected
Of every desonptioa, and of the ftc? best
quality, which he is now offering for sale on
the most reasonable terms, Hi* entire *toak
was purchased in Mew York, at such prices,
that he flatter* himself cannot be undersold by
any other establishment of the kind on the Up
per Mississippi. -H* hope* by diligeatt and
attention to businsss, and having for hi* motto.
"Quick Sales ana Small ProrlU,"
to merit a share *f public patronage. All per
sons in want of anything in hi* line will do well
to. giro him a call and examine hi* stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as he can sell as chesp
as the St., Paul merchants.
.i .. P. MONTI.
GEORGE P. BROTT,
DIALER IH REAL ESTATE.
S constantly oa hand a large quantity o.
and Timber Land also, town
property in St. Anthony, Minneapolis, St
Cloud, Shakopee, Brottsburg, Syracus*. New
burg, St. Mary*and Mill* Lac. ltf
A O S
Firet Street, near the Saw Mill.
\1T0ULD reipeotfully announce to thociti
t*ns of St. Cloud and vicinity, that htaae
opened' a Blacksmith: shop, at the above place,
where ht is prepared to do all kinds of work in
his line, and hopes to merit a share of their
takes this method of In-
aaiaja |h» may_ have honses to
In any' er aTl of £X^XSSShk mftrtJaJ*
*d take contracts, and do all kinds of work
in this line, on the moat reetosiea]* terms and
ia a feed, workmanlike manner.
•.. A.E HTJ18BT.
POUMSBLLdR AT LAW
•fateAH Mtataa, nnnnv •wissnaan.
BCELLER A 8WI8SHELM,
OKALRRS I N REAL M8TATE,
Water Street, LowerTown, St. Cloud.
0, C. ANDREWS,
O N S E O A A W
SAINT CLOUD MINNESOTA/
J, E S
River Street, near the Stearns House.
HENRY O. KILBOURNE,
Deputy Sheriff and Kotary Puhlic.
VTyiLL attend to Collection of Debts and
VV Payment of Tsxcs on Land. Invest
ments made for Capitalists. Twenty-five per
tent, per annum guarranteed.
T. H. BARRETT,
Civil Krjtgineer and Surveyor,!
Office on First Sf eet, Lower St. Cloud.
Maps, of all survsyd lands, and plats of a'!
he leading towns of Northe Minnesota, can
be had at all times at icy office.
C. F* SL W POWELL,
TTAVE received at the St. Cloud Hardware
TXj, Store, a complete asBcrtmem of I
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Locks, Latches, Bolts, Butts, a«d Strews,
'arpenters and Farming Tools, Plants, Saws,
Axes, Hatckete and Hammers, Shovls and
^pades^Hoes Mattocks, Nails, Glass and Putty,
STOVES AND TIMNWARE.
We hay* now the best variety of Stoves ever
rought into the Upper Country, among which
re the famous Charter Oak, Diamond Rock,
hanghai, Wisconsin, Morning Star, Forest
Ireen, and Arctic Air Tight.
Our facilities for doing all kinds of work in
he Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper Department,
re complete, —to which branch of the busi
ness we call particular attention.
CHEAP CASH STORE S
River St., Lower Town, St. Cloud.
jpflF. subscriber keep3 cons! antly on hand a
JL large and well selected assortment of Dry
loods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats aad
:aps, Lady's and Misses' Bonnets and Hats,
every Variety of Glass Ware, Clocks. Looker
]l«*e Violins, Brushes, Tebaeeo Cigars,
ankce Notions, 4cM &c, fte
H. Z, MITCHELL,
CHANCE FOB, ALL OCT OF BMPLOY
MENT, secured by the smallest investment
ever before offered. Full particulars will be
st it immediately upon receipt of your address
ind post stamp.
This is ho catch-penny affair, like many
vhich have been offered East, but sterling va
ue and* of practical utility. Address,
Sni YpsUanti, Mich.
W. CPSTISS. H. C. X^STSS.
DEALERS IN HEAL ESTATE,
for sale Prairie, Timber, and Bottom
Lands, in Southern Minnesota Lots in
3t. Cloud, Winona, Minaeisjka, Waseca, CaroHa,
Altona, Ac, ftc. Guarantee 25 per cent, on
•oonie* invested with them. Negotiate loans
on farm securities. &c.
STBTHSH I nBNBT IIWJSSSJBI
RXIAI* ESTATE AtGHBNCY,
ST. CLOUD, MtiNNksOTA
*'PRs undersigned offel their services to loan
A money upon best reil estate security and
it pnrshaee and eell property either ret} or
personal, for a reasonable commission.
.Sfcty hav* now for salt, at low prices:
SO quarter section* of good land/
80 lots, (some improved,) in St. CIou.d
20 in Nininger addition to St. Paul.
20 in Nininger 'Uv,
10 in Mound eity, Illinois.
MILLt.Ai. 4 SWISSUELM.
St. Cloud, May 13, 1868.
JAMES F. KENNEDY,
a it a iv*VT 1 a 11 re r,
NOTICE is hereby given that Oje Commis
11 sinners of Steam* County, M. T., at their
last session, established School District number
three in said county, with the following boun
daries to wit: The fractions of sections 12,
IS aad 24, and sections 14 and 28 in townhipe
124, north tf range 28 west.
». C. SMITH
BOOTS, SRCE8, AK CUTBI7
S sale a large assortment of Jf
Shoes of the very ben quality.
Coitom Boots Ccnstantly on Ha
All kinds of cceiom work done to era
the best manner. A good aasoi ticec of Be.
made Clo ling for sale cheap. Jufct rtctii I»
good assortment oi
SPRINa & SUMMER HAT*
Persons in want of any oi the above naj
goods cannot £nd ticui ciaaptr cUtwieie.
THE PRE-EMPTION W
1, The settler rr.u'ct never before hare 1
the benefit of preemptioc under the set.
2, He must not, at tie time of making t*
pre-emption, be tLe owner of 820 coreB
land in any State or territory of the Unit
8. He must settle on and iniprcre tie )&a<.
in good lank, for his cwn exclusive use tt
bentfit, and not with tie intention of stilir
it on speculation and wmt not &tke, directl
or indirectly, any contract or agreemtnt,
any way or manner, with ai.y perAcn or pt,
sons, by which the title wLich he mty acquir
of the United .States should enure, in whoL
or in part, to the benefit of any person oxctpr
4. He must be wenty cne years of sge and
a cititen of the Unutu jstttes or if a fcr»
tignoT, t« must hare declared bis intention
to bscome a citizen, beforo tie proper author
ity, and receive cenific-tla to .^at cgoc:.
6. rfe mmt build a houss on th* isnd, II
in it, and make it Lis oxoiufive ho r*- httL
Jiust be a I in.'.abi.ant -f the same at the time
of toa'^ing applications foi pre sorption. (Un
til lately A single maa migat board with bis
nearest neighbor, b^t the same is now r?quij *i
of a single us a married mac, except tLat
the settler is naerrkd, Lis family meet *Jsc
ie in the Louse.
6. Thekw requires tbst nr.ore orUisim
provsment bemtoepn the l-ad, curb it L:eat
ing, fencing, 4 but pre-emrtioas are ialt
ted where a half sue is broken and enck&cd
7. If. is necessary tbat nc cthsr ptrson, tt
titled t« preemption, reside upon the leu
at the same time.
9. No one is permitted to remove frcmlr
own lend, acd make pree-mpt:cn in the ean
state or territory.
9. The sutler is required to bring with h*
to the Land CfEce a written or fritted apt!
cation, setting forth the facta to his caw of ti
1st, 2d and 2d requirements here mention?
with a certificate appended, to !"e signtd
the register and receiver, and make sffidav
to the same.
10. He is also required to bring with him
respectable witness of his acquaintance, wl
is knowing to the fact of his eettlemett, fct
make affidavit to the 4th, 6tfc, 6th, 7tb snd 8t
acquirement* here mentioned, whh tfce
set forth" on paper, with a corresp&nding blank
certificate attached, to be signed bv the lac«
11. The pre-emptor, if a foreigner, rorst
bring with him to the land office, duplkt tea
of his naturalization papers, duly signed by
the official from whom they were re tJTed.
A minor who is the head of a f&ir.ily, ore
widow, may also pre-empt, their families beinc
inquired to live on the land.
The settler is required to file a writ!- de
claratory statement cf the intention pre
empt, before hecan proceed vith Lis pre em"
FK«S—1st. The fee required by ties regis
ter, for filling a declaratory statement, is one
2d. For granting a pre-emption the register
and receiver can receive fifty cents.
THE ST. CiOU DEMOCRAT
TH* ST. CLOID VISITIE will not be the or-
g^n of any party or sect, but the member* of
any can be beard through its columns in any
article of suitable length and sufficient literary
merit. Thefirstpage will contain tales, poe
try, anecdotes &c and western readers will
always find a summary of tews gleaned from
Eastern exchanges, while a large space will
be devoted to giving Eastorn readers correct
information about the great North-Weet. Ia
this department we expect the assistance of
seveial hundred local reporters, farmeis and
their wives, Bed Eiver traders, lumbermen,
land agents, surveyors, hunters 4 men and
women *ho dwell in the land, walk up aad
down and go to and fro in it but we will
use all possible diUigecce in making pergonal
observations and not nislead our readers by
false or exaggerated report*.
On all moral andpoliti al questions th? Vis
iter, wilVaim to deal fairly by those who dif.
for with it but the editorial department will
never represent snything but the convictions
of the editor. Consequently ita creed will be.
1st. The Divine law is the Supreme law in
all land* created by its author.
2d. All men nre created free end equal ia
their right to life, liberty and th« turauit of
Oark of Board of County Commissioners.
THE COLLESE JOttRRAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCE.
-athly Magaain* 48 pages, conducted
th FatuTt of The Eclectic Collegs Oi
is published a One a Tear,
nal commences with year. Communications
fbr snbwription ©r for specimen numbers,
should ht directed tt
Dr. C. H. CLEVELAND, Buhlishcr,
189, Seventh Street, Cincinnati, ©.
S •frt^ei Isiit I have thle day/ gtvea
«4h.sr-,-fM^ fU-tweaaliaer. ofkis mi-
Anth*»y, April I 8 a.**
aoove branches of trftde assures htm that he W I I th*fh»l
wiU girt universal satisfaction his chareee be doneJwiHC an*n«5*tliey Wt% r%d\iired t»
art as reasonable for workti it can be doneJby. Vreasuew,-...
sny on*. '..fith ^a^erf,^tlmJ*rftnce,«A«ct6cn 'fo
Amen and Amen.
«n«t«ution of the
3 5 human
chattiedom ie uneonetitutional in any ssMocin
Uon professingto rteelve either a* fundamen
iivi^-tajtes J* as unwomanly, as vo-
Xiqts are the seven great CTJIS which curt*
the East, with a multitude of miseries more
wonderful than the "seven wonders" of t.
world and they must be abolished before ton*
reign of peace on earth and good will to matn
can be fully established,
6th. St. Cloud, in despite of all we could do
to prevent, will, at no distant day. be a largt
eity: and it is our duty now, to do what w*
tan in laying the foundations for as much, of
the good, and building defences against at
much, as possible, of the evil attending these
hoard* of crippled humanity.
7th. Onr motto is the true philosophy of
life* Be sort you have turned your face te
liberty and light, yonr back to the bonds re
and the flesh-pot* of Egypt. Look straight
towards the better land and to the greatest
amount of good you can accomqtish on tat
ionrney. Then—-go forward What lint*
the Bed Sea of toil, of danger and apparent
death? Yes! If the path of dmv lies through
the deep waters, "go forward!:' and the irrt
Sbtable right arm shall divide the waves.—
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