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his steps some °25.
WEATHER.—It has been cold for soma
On the morning of the 7th the
spirit thermometer stood 18 degrees below
and the mercury 22. From present ap-
pearances we suspect that Mercury is .fir
bout bidding farewell to Zero and going
on down to pay a visit to Pluto.
10TH.—Did not get our paper
worked off yesterday. Old Mercury has
reconsidered that matter and not liking
the look of things down there, has retraced
Our "cold snap" is over, and we are
having pleasant winter^weather.
Egg* TH E lliver closed on the afternoon
of the third. Foot passengers have been
crossing over on the ice since the fourth,
and it is thought that to day, the seventh,
it will be safe for teams.
THE Ladies Temperance Social Circle,
met at the EVERETT School House on
Wednesday evening the 8th ultimo. An
interesting and amusing series of articles
•were read from their Paper, edited by
MRS. LILY, MISS DOXNEL and JAS M.
MCKELVY ESQ and people appeared
It meets at the residence of L. GORTON,
on the 22nd.
THE new grist mill at Kingston in
Meeker County is said to be doing a fine
business and turning out a superior quali
ty of Hour. Farmers in the South West
of Stearns County will find it convenient,
as the mill at St. Cloud is not able to do
nearly all the work offered.
The bridge over the Ravine, between
Lower and Middle St. Cloud, has been so
far finshed that teams can pass over.
MILLER & SWISSHELM,
O W E I S O O 3
just received a large assortment of
goods, among which are the following
ALL KINDS OF MOLASSES, SUGARS,
COFFEE AND TEA, QO COOKING
STOVES, NAILS* GLASS, OILS,
WHITE LEAD, FLOUR. GRAIN,,
CORN MEAL, VINEGAR,
DRIED APPLES & PEACHES, TOBACCO,
POWDER, SHOT AND LEAD.
ALSO, HAMS, SIDE BACON,
SHOULDERS, PORK, DRIED BEEF,
CHEESE, BUTTER, LARD,
BEANS, RICE, &c, &c.
ALSO, HALF BUSHEL MEASURES,
WOODEN BUCKETS, STONE
The entire assortment is for sale very low,
for CASH, or will bo exchanged on reasonable
terms for PRODUCE, HIDES, MARKETING,
&c, &c. Give us a call.
IDES, FURS, GRAIN, POTATOES, BUT
TER, EGGS, LAND WARRANTS, STATE
SCRIP, &c, &c. MILLER & SWISSHELM
May 20, 1358.
CLEAR TH E T^ACBCI!
E A S A E O I N
Sorry to state our Representative
elect from Benton county, W H. WOOD,
has been confined to a darkened room
most of the time for five weeks, with
inflamation of the eyes. At last accounts
he was better, and hoped soon to be about.
and fresh as-
E have just opened a larg.:
GROCERIES, BACON, PORK, FLOUR,
FEED, GRAIN, NAILS, COOKING
STOVES, WINDOW GLASS,
&C, &C, &.C.
Which will be disposed of very low for cash
or country produce, at our new store, at the
iower steamboat landing.
May 13'58. MILLER & SWISSBIELM
Forwarding and Commission.
XKT& respectfully solicit the consignment of
VV Goods and Merchandize, either for store
age or for sale upon commission, at our new
store and warehouse, lower steamboat landing
May 13,'58. MILLER & SWISSHELM.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Corner First Avenue & Welles St.,
LOWER SAINT CLOUD.
in docks, Watches, Jewelry,
Spoons, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Silv.er
Thimbles, &c, &c, of fine 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, &c, repaired in
good and satisfactory manner, and on reasona
new and beautiful Hotel is situated
upon the bluff just above the Lower Ferry
in the town of St. Cloud, commanding one of
•*he most beautiful views on the Mississippi
river. The Proprietor assures all who may
visit this place that his table shall contain every
bounty and luxury which can be obtained both
at omo and abroad. It is his intention to keep
.the above hotel as a first class one in every res
DRUGS, MEDICINES^CHEMICALS &C
Corner First and Jefferson Streets,
LOWER SAINT CLOUD.
respectfully inform his friends and
the public generally that he has just re
ceived and opened for their inspection, a full
assortment of the above.
Families desirous of procuring a pure article
of medicine, or wishing their prescriptions fill
ed with care and accuracy, will give him a call.
Bringing with him an experience of eight years,
and having acquired a thorough knowledge of
medicine previous to his engagement in the bu
siness, he feels confident that he can give satis
faction to all.
The Profession are invited to call they will
find his stock to consist of all medicines in ge
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all
hours of the day or night.
YERS Cherry Pectoral for sale -at
MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
"XTJELLS' celebrated medicines for sale at
VV MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
T7"ENNEDY'S new Discovery for sale at
tV MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
Gargling Oil for sale at
MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
TtiTARTrN'S Concentrated Extract of Jamaca
JJLL Ginger for sale at
MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
RAEFENBERGE Medicines constantly on
hand at MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
A O N O W E N & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Lower St. Cloud Minnesota.
~jp OOR and Window Frames constantly on
XJ hand and made to order, also, Planeing,
Sawing and Turning of all kinds done on short
J. H. RAYMOND. H. OWEN. E A. SMITH.
M. P. NOEL,
Coiinty Surveyor & Civil Engineer.
TTOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
St. Cloud and the public generally, that
lie will promptly and faithfully attend to all
business entrusted to his care.
l$Stf Office near his residence on Third Ave
nue, Lower St. Cloud.
A S S O O I
E E S 0 3 O I E O
npIIE above house has been refitted and refur
J_ nished and the amplest accomodations have
been constructed for the reception of visitors
the proprietor pledges himself to spare no ex
pense to render his visitors comfortable.
_A_ ZEsTETW ZBAJR/UST
has been erected, 60 by 85 feet, which .can ac
commodate 27 Horses and 18 Oxen, and there
will always be a plentiful supply of feed on
hand, and careful Ostlers.
fl§ E S O E
ISTE"W" O O S
LOW I E S
En Upper St, Gloud, Stearns Co., ELT]
rpiIE subscriber would respectfully announce
1_ to the citizens of St. Cloud and vicinity,
that he ha3 established himself in the Dry
Goods business, in the building formerly occu
pied by L. A. Evans, (and directly opposite
Proctor & Clarke's Hardware Store,)'where he
has just opened his large and well selected
Jewelry, Bonnets, Fancy Silk, Dry
Goods, and Ready-made Clothing.
Of every description, and of the very best
quality, winch he is now offering for sale on
the most reasonable terms. Hi3 entire stock
was purchased in New York, at such prices,
that he flatters himself cannot be undersold by
any other establishment, of the kind on the Up
per Mississippi. He hopes by diligence and
attention to business, and having for Iris* motto,
Sale a S a Profits,
to merit a share of public patronage. All ner
sons in want of anything in his line will do well
to give him a call and examine his stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as he can sell as cheap
as the St. Paul merchants.
Breckenridge, Coal Oil.
a another place in this week's issue
will be found an advertisement of Coal Oil,
sold by G. W. Curtis at St. Louis, Mo. This
Oil is used for Illuminating and Lubricating
purposes, and answers well the purposes for
which it is manufactured. From a careful
analysis it is found that a gallon of Sperm oil
will burn GO hours, one of Lard oil 03 hours
and one of Whale oil 05 hours, while a gallon
of Breckeuridge Refined Illuminating Oil will
burn 170 hours with an equal volume or in
tensity of light this is in evidence of the
economy of the Ereckenridge oil. It will not
explode, for, you may place a quantity in a
vessel and apply alighted match to it and it
will not ignite. It will not Congeal in any
climate, and for this reason must take well in
our Northern latitude, and will sooner or later
take the place of all illuminators. It is equal
or next to the Street gas in brilliancy, and far
more economical one lamp giving, with one
small wick, alight equal to six, Sperm candles.
The Lubricating Oil cleanses well machinery,
and is far more economical and better for all
kinds of machinery than, any other lubricator.
Other products are made by this Co., and
will soon be introduced for the approbation of
the public. The Ereckenridge Coal Tract, cov
ers 7,000 acres of Land, and it is believed
that the supply of coal is. inexhaustible.
S A N O N O O S O E
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER,
FISHING TACKLE, POCKET CUTLERY,
FANCY ARTICLES, TOYS, &c.
Three doors above the Tremont Hotel.
St. Anthony Mm.
June, 10, 1858 vollnolS.l
STEPHEN MILLED. MENUS' SWISSHELM.
I E & S W I S S E
E A E S RBil.L E S A E
Water Street, Lower Town, St. Ckmcl.
C. C. A N E W S
O N S E O A A W
SAINT CLOUD MINNESOTA.
River Street, near the Steams House.
E N G. I O W N E
Deputy Sheriff and Notary Public.
ILL attend to Collodion of Debts and
Payment of Taxes A Land. Invest
ments made for Capitalists,
cent, per annum guarrantced.
Civi E in a S
fl@Q' Office on First Street, Lowe St. Cloud.
Maps of all surveyed lands, and plats of all
the leading towns of Northern Min nesota, can
be had at all times at my office.
C. & W O W E
JAVE received at the St. Cloud Hardware
Store, a complete assortment of
S a a a a
Locks, Latches, Bolts, Butts, and Screws,
Carpenters and Farming Tools, Planes, Saws,
Axes, Hatchets and Hammers, Shovels and
Spades, Hoes Mattocks, Nails, Glass and Putty,
S O E S A N I N W A E
We have now the best variety of Stoves ever
brought into the Upper Country, among which
are the famous Charter Oak, Diamond Rock,
Shanghai, "Wisconsin, Morning Star, Forest
Green, and Arctic Air Tight.
Our facilities for doing all kinds of work in
the Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper Department,
are complete, —to which branch of the busi
ness Ave call particular attention.
CHEAP CASH STORE
River St., Lower Town, St. Cload.
rpHE subscriber keeps constantly on hand a
large and well selected assortment of Dry
Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Lady's and Misses' Bonnets and Ilais,
every variety of Glass Ware, Clocks, Looking
Glasses, Violins, Brushes, Tobacco, Cigars,
Yankee Notions, &c„ &c &c
II. Z. MITCHELL.
STEPHEN Mir.iiEIt." 11ENIIY SWISSHELM
E A E S A E A E N
ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA.
E undersigned offer their services to loan
upon best real estate security and
to purchase and sell property either real or
personal, for a reasonable commission.
They have now for sale, at low prices:
20 quarter sections of good land.
50 lots, (some improved,) in St. Clou.d
20 in Nininger addition to St. Paul
20 in Nininger city,
10 in Mound city, Illinois.
MILLER & SWISSHELM.
St. Cloud, May 13, 1858.
A E S E N N E
a so and a
QOLICITS the patronage of all persons in
O need of the services of a practical Mason
and Plasterer. His long experience in theportunities
above branches of trade assures him that he
will give universal satisfaction his charges
arc as reasonable for work as it can be done by
THE COLLEGE JOURNAL OF R1EDICAL SCIENCE
Monthly Magazine of 48 nages, conducted
1 by the Faculty of The Eclectic College a
Medicine, is published at One Dollar a Year,
payable in advance. The volume of the Jour
nal commences with the year. Communications
for subscription or for specimen numbers,
.should be directed to Wfr*
Dr. C. H. CLEVELAND, Publisher,
139, Seventh Street, Cincinnati, O
figgr EEAL ESTATE SALES.—The follow
ing is a list of the sales recently made by
our old and enterprisng land-dealer, Col.
80.80 acres in Section 6. Town 80, Range 21,
177,96 aares in Section 8, Town 80, Range
21 at §5—8889,80.
129,09 acres in Section 8, Town 20, Range
21, at $5—645 45
40 acres in Section 3, Town 30, Range 21,
160 acres in Sections 3 and 4, Town 102,
Range 8, at $10—$1600,00.
240 acres in Section 10, Town 103, Range 5,
480 acres in Sections I and* 12, Town 103,
Range 5, at §5—§2400,00.
26 lots in "McKenty's Addition," at §100—
Lots 12 and 33—§1500,00.
Lots 2 and 3 of Block 30—§600,00.
60 Lots in McKenty's sddition—§1500,00.
Total amount of sales, 13,286,75.
We are glad to inform Col., McKenty
that he does not make all the sales. Mr.
Freeman this present month sold. a claim
eight miles north of St. Cloud foi §1,000
C. Moore of Grand Lake refused §1,500
for his, twelves miles west of this.
A one fourth interest in 180 acres, one
mile. East was sold for $800 and claims
are in demand at prices almost equal to
those of 18 months asjo.
GEO. T. TEMPLE. BJJAUPBE,
E E & E A E
FORWARDING & COMMISSION:
O W E I E E E
ST. PAUL, MIN.
AGENTS FOR LAFLiN & SMITH'S POWDER.
COAL OIL & LAMP
3 2 AND 3 4 OLIVE'STI1EET,
E S I
S A I NT O I S
FOR THE SALE OF TIIK PRODUCTS OF .THE
BRECKEXIUDGE COMPANY, THE1E
Eefined Illuminating Oil gives the cheapes
& most brilliant light
And is NON-EXPLOSIVE, INODOROUS, and
will NOT CONGEAL in any climate.
Jj®* ILLUMINATING, LUBRICATING
BINNACLE and other Oils, in large and small
quantities. A large variety of Coal Oil Lumps,
embracing many new and improved patterns
for Families, Publio Buildings and Conveyan
ces, Chimuies, Shades, Wicks, &c, at whole
Bale and retail.
Address G. W. CURTIS,
3 2 & 3 4 Olive Street, St. Louis.
ONLY DEPOT OF THE BRECKENRIDGE
COMPANY IN ST. LOUIS, a
A TTORNEY AND CO UK SELL OR
NO. 21 4'} STREET,
Washington City, I). C—will at-
attend with promptness and fidelity, to all
business entrusted to him iia the courts of
law and equity within the Districl of Col
umbia, and before the Court c.f Claiihs,and
the .Supreme Court of the United States,
and to the prosecution of claims before the
various departments of cneral Govern
ment and before Congress He will give
particular attention to Claims before the
General Land Oince, axis ing under the,
swamp laud and graduation laws pre
emption acts of September 4, 1841. Aug*
us ^6, 1842 March, 3, 18*43 May 8,18
40j the municipal act of M'ay 23, 1844
mail contractors' act of Ala rch 4, 1S55
and under all other laws.
DEALER I S
BOOTS, SHOES, ASID CLGTHIXSG,
_AS for siile a largo assortment of Boots
and Shoes of the very best quality.
Custom Boots Constantly on Hand,
All kinds of custom work done to order :'u
the best manner. A good assortment of Ready
made Clothingforsale cheap. Just received a
good assortment o"
S I N & S E A S
Persons in -want, of any of the above named
goods cannot find them cheaper elsewhere.
N N S I
a a E a
£^5= Office on lliver Street, opposite the Ferry,
S A I N O
persons desiring to invest in Lands or
Property in apart of the country
which is unsurpassed in soil, and rapidly filling
with bona fide settlers, can find favorable op
by applying to the undersigned.
Property for sale in the towns of Hartford
St. Cloud, Newburg, Brottsburg, Mille Lac and
all the best paying towns in this part of the
country. N. N .SMITH.
NOTICE OF CO PARTNERSHIP.
undersigned have this day purchaseA
entire stock and interest of Messrs
Dunwell & Hartshorn in the Grocery and Lum
ber business in St. Cloud, and associated them
selves under the name and style of P. Lamb &
Co. for the purpose of carrving'on the said bu
siness, and hope by strict attention to the want
of their customers to receive a liberal share of
St. Cloud Sept. 20 1858.
W. P. BLAGKOVE.
O N E S
Street a he S a Mill
TTTOtJLD respectfully announce to the citi
zens of St. Cloud and vicinity, that, he has
opened a Blacksmith shop, at the above place,
where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in
his line, and hopes to merit a share c£ their
E A E I E A E S A E
S constantly on hand a large quantity OJ
and Timber Land also, town
property in St. Anthony, Minneapolis, St.
Cloud, Skakopee, Brottsburg, Syracuse, New
burg, St. Marys and Mille Lac. Itf
I I N
undersigned takes this method of in
forming those who may have houses to
build mills to frame, or carpentry and joinery,
in any or all of its branches, that he is prepav
ed to take contracts, and do all kinds of work
in this line, on the most reasonable terms and.
in a good, workmanlike manner.
A. E. HUSSET.
E E E & E N E N A
A N E S
NORTH-WESTERN LAND & COLLECTING
I N N E A O I S
W A S O N S
O N S E O A A W
NE W AD VER TIS EM EN TS.
O 0 A E S ALE.—1) E A
JjJL HAVING BEEtf MA»B iu the conditions of a
certain Indenture of Mortgage, executed and
delivered by Sylvanus B. Loin-ie, of the Coun
ty of Stearns and State of Minnesota, unto
Col. T. L. Alexander, ot'iho United States Ar
my, party of the second pnrt, in *aid Mortgage
named, bearing date the twenty fifth day of
January, A. D. 1858, and du.'y rec irded in the
Office of the Register of Deeds.for s.fid County
of Stearns, on the seventeenth cuy of "February
A. D..1858, in Book "A" of Mortgages, on pa
ges 16. and 17, whereby the said fc'ylvaiws B.
Lowrie, did grant, bargain, sell a.™l convey
unto the said L. Alexander the /olio\Ting
described tract or parcel of land, situat ad a'nd
being in the said County of Stearns, to wit:
ThipNorth West quarter of the South West
quarter of Section two (2), in Township $o.
one hundred and twenty-four (124) North, t/f
Range twenty-eight (28) West, containing for
ty acres of land to securetothe said T. L. Al
exander, his executors, administrators or as
signs, the sum oi'one thousand dollars and in
terest thereon, according to the conditions of
a certain promissory note, ^dated August 1st,
A. D. 1857, due, one year after the date there
of, with interest after date until paid at the
rate of two and one half per cent, per month,
payable at the office of George Otlis in St.
Paul and Whereas, there is noivclaimed'*jhe
due and unpaid upon the said Mortgage, at the
date of this notice, the sum of one thousand
dollars principal, sum and interest on said
principal sum of one thousand dollars ar tLe
rate of two and one half per cent, per month,
from the 1st day of August, A. D. 1857 to theK.
date of this notice, in the aggregate, principal
and interest, the sum of four) ecu hundred dol
lars, that in a proceeding at law to enforce the
payment of said note, a judgement wtis render
ed in favor of said Alexander against said
Lowrie, for the sum then due on said note,
and mortgage and costs of suit, and that an
execution upon the said judgement has been
returned wholly unsatisfied
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that
by virtue of a power of Sale in snid Mortgage
contained, and pursuant to the Statute in such
case made and provided, the mortgaged prem
ises above described, will be sold at public
vendue to the highest bidder for cash, by the
Sheriff of said County of Stearns, on Saturday
the twenty-second day of January, A. I). 18-SU,
at two o'clock P. M, of that day, at the h'UL
door of the Office of the Register of Deed* for
said County of Stearns, in the Town of St.toe*,
Cloud in said County, to satisfy the amount
then due on said note and mortgage, and the
costs of sale.
T. L. ALEXANDER.
A. CTTIS, Attorneys for
Dated Dec. 8. 1858.
ORTGAG E SALE. E A
HAVING BEEN MADE in the payment of
the sum of Three Hundred and Sixteen Dollars
and Sixty-three cents, principal and interest
which is now claimed io he due upon a certain
Indenture of Mortgage executed and delivered
to J. W. Simonfon oi' Harrisburg in the State
of Pennsylvania by Edwah Yv\ Foreman of the
.county oi' Meeker in the Territory (now Stato)
of Minnesota on the Sixth Day of July A. D,
ISol sh paid .Mortgage as afterward re
corded on the 17i day of July A. D. 1858 in
the oihee of the Register of Deeds in and for
said county of Meeker in Book of Mortga
ges at pages &'2 & ff3. No suit having been
commenced for the recovery of the sum secured
by said Mortgage, now therefore, notice is
hereby given that in pursuance and by virtue
of a power of sale contained in said Mortgage
and of the statute in such case made n.nd pro
vided, the land and premises described! in said
Mortgage and lying in the county of Meeker
aforesaid to wit, the South East quarter of the
North East quarter and the North East, quarter
of the South East quarter of Section 2\mefeen
(19) and the North West quarter of the Souht
West quarter and the South West quarter of
the North West quarter oi* Section Twenty(20)
in Township One Hundred and nineteen. (110)
North of Range No. Thirty West of c.e fifth
principal meridian, and containing One Hun
dred and Sixty acres according to the Govern
ment Survey, togetherwith allthe hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto in aay wise apper
taining, will be sold at public ar.ciion at the
oiticc of the Register of the United States Land
Office in the village of Forest City in said
county of Meeker on the fifteenth day of Feb
ruary A. D. 1850 at ten o'clock in the forenoon
of that day to satisfy the amount then due
upon said Mortgage together with the costs of
J. W. SIMONTON,
December 1st 1858. Mortgage.
MOKOAN & MGNAJK, Attorneys for Mortgagee.
OB A E S A V,.—W IIE E A S
default has been inade in the condition
of the payment of a ce^ Sain mortgage exceu'ed
and delivered by D. W. C. Duuwcll and Mary
Dunweil, Ivs wife, of Dakota county, in the
Staie of Minnesota, niidWilliain E. Hartshorn
and. Sarah M. Halts?i-.rn, his wife, and William
Colter, cf Ramsey cc unty, Si ate aforesaid, to
H. M. Covin, of tin State of Missouri, which
mortgage is upon the lands hereinafter descri
bed, and was give a to secure the payment of
tlte sum of $t 9f7 88-100, with 'ntercst, on or
before the hrsfcihy of January, A. D. 18"8,
aa^ which mo? gage bears date the'"eleventh
thiy of November, A. D. 1857, and was duly
uncorded in th office of Register of Deeds of
Stearns couuiy Minnesota, on the 18th day of
November, A D., 1857, at 7 o'clock P. M.\ in
book A of imortgages, on pages 227, 228, 220
and 2 J0, ar the sum of §7,500 30-100 is now
due at the dr.te of this notice upon said mort
gage, and no. suit nor proceedings have bean
instituted or had at law or otherwise, to recover
the debt secured by said mortgage, nor any
Now therefore by virtue of a power of sale
contained in said mortgage and of the statute
insucii case made and provided, notice is
hereby given, that the lauds and premises
lyinp in the county of Stenrns, in the State of
Min.iisola, and described in said mortgage, as
follows, to wit:
.rJhc equal, undivided one-half of lots i:um
bf.vcd one [I], two , nine [0J and ten ,
in block numbered I, and of the hotel and
furniture thereon, in the town of St. Cloud,
according to the plot and survey of said town,
a'j surveyed by John L. Wilson, and on record
in the oiiice ot the Register of Deeds of said
county of Stearns aforesaid, and in the county
of Benton, together with all and singular the
furniture, tenements ami hereditaments there
unto belonging, will be sold at public sale by
the sheriff of the said county of Stearns, to
the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy and
pay the amount now due upon said principal
sum and interest, secured by Said mortgage
aforesaid, and the cost and expenses of said
sale allowed by law at the front door of the
Stearns House, in said county of Stearns, on
Monday, the 27th day of December, A. D.
18")8, at ten o'clock, A. M. of that day
Dated October 4, 1858
H: M. GORIN, Mortgagee.
VANETTEX & OmcBB, Attorneys for Mortgagee.
TN ACCORDANCE v,\
JL OF Hon. Edward (). tj:uii.
District Court for the Fourth J,.i.
State of Minnesota, there vi:] hft
Hall Day's Hyperborean H:IM,
Rapids in the County Benton iu gaiu
a Special Term of the sfild t.'u^rt :or the
cousty of Benton for
criminal cases and is^u
.Monday of January,
at Eleven O'clock hi th
at which t'juo ^::1 glj:
any business tboVbeio
notified to appear.
tJ.y .1 if civil
In witness whercc? I
hand and affixed the
Saul: Rapids in s:i
day ci' December &
li' »tt«n eount
out any frovi
son3 iron? hni
account as shni*
iu after thi3 d-te.
J_ au.l Io
and 7 oseph
WEIGHTS or CHAIX.—Th-j
the weight of various article
be of interest to our reader:.
Corn, sii.-Jlcd. 56 lbs Corn
Bye, 5U ibs Oats,&JH>s B«:
wheat, 46 ihs Sweei Potato*
GO lb^ Br:tn,'2( V.J? Cloverfc
Seed. 45 Il Timothy Seed,
i'-:-': OuiMis -'j'i'ib:
14rcs Dries* Peaches, 33 ll.i
E A I I E
COKKrCTED WE', I
M11. E it & S VV
Grocers and Provision de.".'.'.
V-* !V* -V
Flour Extra, I b-L
do Extra, bWs,
do Siiperfins* bag,
Corn Meal per 11
Wheat per bush,
Corn per bush,
Oats per bush
Buckwheat per bush
Barley per bushel,
Pork, Mess per bbl
do per lb,
Bacon Hams common uev lb
do do Canvasser
Butter per lb,
Cheese per lb
Eggs per doz.
Raisins per ib
Currants per lb
Dried apples paired per lb
Dried Poaches, unpaired,
Tea, lToun'r ilv.*:("-n.
do Gunpowder and iropcr
Soap, Cast Steel per lb
do Family, 1-ar
Candles, Star, per ib
do Mould, per lb
Window G13SS, pc-v ha:i' bos,
Other /::.':* ::i proportion.
White Lead per lb,
Linseed Oil, per gsl,
Whale Oil, per gal,
Kerosene o:- coal oil
Molasses per gal,
Vinegar, per gal
Stone ware Churns,
Salt, per sack, of 2' 0 lbs'
do Dairy, sacks,
Povder, per lb,
Lead, per lb.
Shot, per lb,
Gun Gaps. G. D, per bos,
do Water Proof
Nails, per i::g,
do per lb.
Dry hides per lb.
looking stoves wi fixtures
Rice yvr ib,
Crackers, per Ib,
SAMUEL L. HAYS,
JOHN W. l.o.~.
To the deCondinc
ilcti in the
required to ^n?-»ver i!
Hon, which has hetn
Clerk of the Court, for
at Saint CI-IU.I, in satil Co
copy Or your anvwiir i)
the subscriber ai his ofiice
said, within twenty days•ftfter ii|0
this suiniinr.s -n you. c::ciu&ivc QJ :.
service r.iid if you fail to answer
complaint vrhhm the timeftforesaid, tffl
tiff in this nc'.isn will i:?ho judgement
you for the sum of three hundred ana
dollars, wih interest from the l"ih
Septmebcr I85iS: and for the fiuihi-r ro'i.'f
demanded in aid complaint the pla^ntijS**ill
have his damages assessed by a jury*. er tiic
amount he is emitted to recover siMjonanu-d
by the Court, cr tinder its direction find take
judgement .for the amount so a.ssc..-ci or
.• of ll
nov. 11 1
Plaintrns A u.
1 Nov. "tli1858.
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