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J.O. a 0. lURRANlaOO
WHOLESALE AND HITAIL
I I I IB
O O S
READY-MAD E CLOTHING,
BOOTS A SHOES.
STORAGE, FORWARDING COMMISSION
RED RIVER O I
HUDSON'S BAY CO.,
NORTH WISFERN EXPRESS CO.,
PATENT THRESHING MACHINE.
.Manny'* Improved Reaper and Mower,
run* dealers ia ell blade af AgrieuRurel lm
piementa, Printing paper and Inks.
8 UNT CLOUD, MINNESOTA
Corner Washington avenue end Cliff street
meh-'g-lr LOWRY'S LEVEE
%c, &C, $e.t ft, ft.
BOOTS ft SnOES,
Corner Washington and Lake streets,
ST. CLOUD, MINN.
BflrParticular attention paid to 111 ki
at tin and and sheet-iron jobbing.
CHAU r. rowiLL. WM. rowsuJB
S3 C. SUITE,
Ac,, ftc, Ac.
All kinds of Boots and Shoes made to ordet
in a most thorough and durable manner.
Cas* PsvM far Hlin
JOSEPH HOWARD, Proprietor.
All klnde of meat—beef, pork, ehickers
turkeys, sausage, pudding, am ked tongue,
kept constantly on head aad for sale at the
lowest rates. All persons wishing meat are
requested te eel. Opposite the American
I 1 N W W E A
BAY I ifiwi a »X wmstojum*&d~i
Bridge, where 1 am prepared to do all kinds
jarriagee aad sleighs made in a seat aad sua
seauUal maaaer at law rates. Particular at
WHOLESALE A RETAIL
ID .R,TT Gh C3- 1 S
PAINT8, OILS, VARNISH
GhloASS. JPU 'JLT
LARD AND COAL OILS,
£c. fr., fcc. £c|
StsT* Physicians' prescriptions accurately
impounded at all urs^pl
8t. Cloud, May 3,1880.
I N E A A O W E
MBialactarm astd Dealers la
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
Keep constantly on hand a general assort
ment of New Furniture, consisting of
PARLOR AND CHAMBER 8ETS
ROCKERS, PARLOR CHAIRS,
80FAS, TETE A-TETES,
Mahogony and Black Walnut
CARD, EXTEHSKNI, AND CtKTER TABLES,
BEDSTEADS AND LOUNGES
All orders in the Cabinetline promptly fiileo
Metalie, burial Cassee furnished when re
Furniturerepaired and revarnished.
E I O E S
tanies' Iritss tools,
HEETIN08 AND BLEACHED GOODS,
A O O O O I S
COTS & SHOES,
HATS A CAPS
Bridge Street, Minneapolis,
Wfcoleealc aad Retail Dealer to
Rl ADY-MADE CLOTHING,
HATS A CAPS,
BOOTS A SHOES,
Ac, Ac, Ac
Keeps constantly on hand a complete aeeort
meut of staple Dry Goods, Oil Cloths. Floor
Mattings, Linen and Cotton Carpet Warp—
wihtc and colored. Also, heavy Duck, for
tents for emigrants to the gold mines. A gen
eral assortment of Connecticut made Clocks
eight day and thirty hour.
It is a well established fact that goods are
sold low is Minneapolis at St. Paul and
other email towns below, and the eitisene el
the Upper Mississippi country will And it to
their advantage to buy their goods here.
GKHIS chipped by boat every day at a ver\
mall expense. rcnUMm
DNA STONE LIME FOR SALE
BjM. LALD, la LcweiSt. Cloud.
O A S O E S
kjnds of work dose In the best pcssl
ble -lanaer, Particular attention civet
•sMajcf all kinds. I
os^sodBg, plow work, and re
Weary's Carriage sop,
hop same building
CCNTRAL RAIL ROAD.
2*6 MILES BOUBLB TRACK,
(with its connections)
IS A FIRST CLASS ROUTE,
FOR 8AFKTY. COMFORT AM SPEED,
TO ALL THE EASTERN t'lTlEH!
THE TRACK Id STONE BALLASTED
AND ENTIRELY FREE FKOM DUST
(with close connections from Western Cities,)
all connecting direct to New York,
and slose connections at Harrisburg for
Btltimort tad Washington.
From Pittsburg to New York one train runs
daily (180 miles,) via Allentown, without
change of cars,
AMUilRG IH ADVANCE OF ALL OTHER ROUTE!
Eight daily trains from
PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK.
Tickets fee sale te Boston by Boat or Rail.
Boattickets good on any o* thesoundlines.
Fare to all point* a* Low at any Route.
E I N O A S
(IN NIGHT THAIMb TO
Pkilad'a,Ne Totk and Baltimore.
\OOAGE CHECKED THROUGH ANh
By this Route Freights ol all 'descriptions
jan be forwarded to and from Philadelphia,
New York. Boston, or Baltimore, to and from
any point on the Rail Roads of Ohio, Kentucky
Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, or Missouri
by Rail Road direct.
The Pennsylvania Rail Road also connect*
it Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Goods
can be forwarded to any port on the Ohio,
Muskingum, Kentucky, Teanesee,Cumberland,
Mlinois. Mississippi. Wisconsin, Missouri,
Kansas, Arkansas and Red 1'.iters and at
Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago with Steam
era to all Ports on the North Western Lakes.
Merchants and Shippers entrusting the
transportation of their Freight to this Compa
a v.canrelywitheonidenceonitsspeedy transit.
THC RATES or FBBIOHT to and from any
point in the West by the Pennsylvania Rail
Road, are at all time* at favorable at are charged
other R. R. Companies.
Seat* Bo particular to mark packages "vto
Penna. R. R."
For FreightContracts or Snipping Direction?
ipply to or address either of the following
.igents of the Company
D. A. Stewart, Freight Agent, Pittsburgh
Clarke A Co., Transfer Agents, Pittsburgh
H. W. Brown A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
R. f\ Meldrum A Co., Madison, Indiana
3. B. Moore, Louisvil t, Kentucky.
W. W. Aikman A Co Evansville, Indiana.
R. Bass, St Lout*. Missouri.
Clarke A Co., Chicago, Illinois.
W. H. A E. L. Langley. Gallipolis, Ohio.
G. B. Heal, Parkersburg Virginia.
Hall A Co., Marietta, Ohio.
H. 8. Pierce A Co., Zanesville, Ohio.
McDowell A McColm, Portsmouth. Ohio.
R. McNeely, Marysville, Kentucky.
3. P. Johnston, Ripley, Ohio.
John Todd. Covington. Kentucky.
G. L. Heatnn, Cleveland, Ohio.
R. C. Meldrum, General Traveling Agent
for the South and West.
I E STOCK.
Drovers and Farmers will find this the most
tdvantageous route for Live 8tock. Capacious
Yards, well watered and supplied with every
convenience, have been opened on this lineand
•ta connections, and every attention is paid to
their wants. From Harrisburg, where will be
found everv convenience for feeding and rest
ng, a choice ie offered of the PHILADEL
PHIA, NEW YORK and BALTIMORE
MA RKETS. This will also be found theshor
test, quiokeet and most direct route for stock
ro New York—[via Allentown]—and with
fewer changes than any other.
ENOCH LEWIS, Gen'I Sup't, Altoona, Pa.
L. L. HOUFT, Gen'l Ticket Ag't, Philadelphia
H. H. HOUSTON, Gen'l Freight Ag't, Philada
subscribers having leased the promisee
of Antone Smith for a term of five years,
ire oow prepared to
FURNISH THE UPPER COUNTRY
of all descriptions
At Saint Paul Price*.
They will keep constantly on hand
Batten Brown Bread, White Bread, Pie* of all
kind*, Cake*, Gingerbread, etc.
In connection with the above will be fotrd a
well selected Stock of
A I O E I E S
CONFECTIONERY, CANDIES, NUTS*, Ac.
where parties can be supplied with Fresh Oys
ters, and Meals at all hours.
All of the above will be furnished at Saint
Paul Prices. Call in. It won't cost anything
to look around.
HOWE A KNOWLE8.
St. Cloud. Minn., Apl. 28d, 1862. v4n41
for the of the Sick and Dittretttd.
afflicted with Virulent and Chronic Disrates ot
the Sexual Organ*.
Medical Advice given gratis by the Acting
Valuable liroaTson SPEKMATOKRHOLX
or SbMlNAL VYEAKNE8*, and other DIM us
es of thc 8exu»l Organs, and on the NEH
REMEDIE8 employedinthe Dispensary.sent in
sealedletter enveloped, freeof charge Addresa
Dr. J. SKILLEN HOUGHTON,
V4n82-ly _. Howard ssociation.
No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, pa.
aFRIoAR SAtOONl BARBER SHOP.
Praf. Cromwell see reopened in his new
build ag. ose do below II C. Wait'* Bnnkt
wher he MlUe happy to receive and wai
upon his ol* patrons to a clean shave, a fash,
•sable hair out, era scientific shampoos.
"—'*.- .—. ,»
O A N O. CULL EN'S
W A E ROOMS,
BROKER'S BLOCK, ST. CLOUD.
A general assortment ef Latest Improved
Which will be sold at prices te suit the times
The stock consists, in part, of the following
Pis Canton Ohii Sweep-etakt*
E S I N A I N E
Bight, end 'en Horse Power—-the best machine
extant. Also, the latest improv«d Two, aad
Four Horse Power Machines, manufactured by
Emery A Bro's. Albany, N. Y.,—most desira
ble for small farms.
REAPERS AND MOWERS
O S E A E S
GRAIN CRADLES, SCYTHES A SNATHS
A N N I N I 8
jpXjO"W"S—Steel and Iron,
CULTIVATORS AND HARROWS,
Corn Planters, Seed Sowers. Corn Cutters,
Corn Shelters. Straw Cutters,
Corn tad Oob Crushers
GRIND STONES, SHOVELS,
es, Forks, Rakes, Hoes, Picks, Mattocks.
PUirORM NO GROCERS'SCALES.
Ox Yokes and Wh elbarrows.
The subscriber intends to make it an object
tor the Farmers of Northern Minnesota to
purchase of him.
geyPRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGERS
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING MANUFACTURER,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
MEN AND BOYS'
HATS A CAPS,
Doeskins, Tweeds, Silk 4/ Velvet Vcstings, Tay
lors' Trimmings, d/c.
Merchant Tailors are invited to call and look
at our Stock before going East.
Third Street, St. Paul, Minn.
I N A I N O O I 6
For Sale Wholesale and Retail at
ONLY DEPOT IN ST. LOUIS,
NO. 7 SOUTH FIFTH STREET.
Burns in Kerosene and all Coal Oil Ltmps,
fTROM 15 TO 25 PER CENT, LONGEF
than any other Oil sold, and has the confi
lenoe of all consumers. NOT EXPLOSIVE
ion't congeal, five times as ehe»p asfluid,and
-afe in any hands.
Lamps complete from 75 cents to S75,0O.
may 24—tf G. W. CURTISS
A I S CHAIRS!! A I S
J. W. T. TUTTLE,
fs man' facturing and have now on hand, at
his wareroom. Lower Landing, St. Cloud, a
lull supply of
BREAKFAST TA BL ES
Ac, *«., Ac. Ac, d-c, Ae
Terms.cheap for CASH!
0-A.L Ci A*N**D S E E
1 N PRORATE COURT.—8TATE OF MIN
I NKSOTA. IlKNNKriN CoCNTT. SS.
In the matterof the t-tate of William H. Al
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue and
in pursuance ot an «rder of license made ii
stiiid mattet on the 22d day of July, A. D. 1861
by the Probate t'ourt of Baid County, the un
lersigncd Executor of the last will and testa
nietit of said deceas«d will on theeighth (8) dav
»lSeptemh«r I8.2*it Id o'clock in the forenoon
•f said day, at the Court House, in the townot
it Ie Falls, in the County of Morrison, and at
II o'olookin the f.wnoon at the residence ot
John tturenian in th* town of Little Falls
West, Tod I County offer forsale atpublio von
dlio. the following described foods, to wit
Lotsfive(5) and slt*(6) id Bteck No. thirteen
118) (with a dwelling ht.Mse thereon) in the
Town of Little Full*, IU Mon.son County,
•3&3L ilLHtoSWfa., A)«° Mk fostv (4) An
Block mrrty-Tour (»lj In Little Falls West, in
Todd County, ate of Minnesota
The terms ol sale will be made known at the
time and place of saL ._ ,.
W n. BABBITT, Kseeutor.
Dated Julv 17th, 1862.
uurcau OD, one royiu
S 2 I
O. W. INCCRSOLL 4 CO.v
ST. PAUL, MINN.
O O O S
S NOW l*Kli\u iit.Cii.iVji.li, AM/
HAVING BEEN BOUGHT SINCE
PRICES HAVE I AL .EN
OFF AT HE
E A S E N A E S
We are able to offer".
to r«r customers in the way of
NEW B*D FASHIOMBE GOODS
AT VERY LOW PRICES!
Our Stock of DRESS GOODS
and Desirable styles In
8 11 AWLS,
*s ful New
BLKA. ft BRO. IIEKTTNCS
I N 8,
0 0 S I 8
Ac, Ac, Ac.
1?tr StrtAir |g i^nm. eonnot fall
to stilt In Style, Quality or Price!
£st CGLieaiih i.LLLLAl\,Tt
Wh OFFER IHL
LAUGEST & CHEAPEST STOCK
IN* E S07JLTE!
We have a Fine Assortment of
STRIPED SHIRTINGS, COTTON At VS,
BLEA. d- BRO. SffRKTINGSt
\nd, in fact, EVERYTHING to asetrt up
ALL or WHICH win OR SOLD AT A 8MAL1
VDVANCE FROM NEW YORK PRICE by
D. W.INGERSOLL A CO.,
moyl7-tc* Adjoining the Bridge
MATCHMAKER AND JRWEUSfi
Corner Firtt Avenue and Welles Street,
LOWER SAINT CLOUD.
in Clooks, Watches. Jewelry.
Spectacles, Gold Pens, Silvei
Thimbles, Ac, Ac, of fine quality, which h«
will sell as low as any of like quality can be
sought this side of Chicago. Call and see.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ac, repaired it
good and satisfactory manner, and on reasons
TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR
I O I I A
J-WZLIY AT WAR PRICES
MR. D. GREEN LEAF
has opened at the
8T. CLOUD BOOR STORE
a Splendid Assortment eVJewelry and 8Hvet
Plated Ware, eonsisting in part of Cameo. Co
ral. Carbunole. Mosaic Enameled and Lavi.
Setts: Sleeve Buttons and Studs Vest, Necl
•nd Chatalaiun Chains Goblets. Cups. Spoon*
2.*P"n *»"", Gold Pens
ringer Rings, etc etc., tec numerous to men
Call and examine the goods.
Mr. G. is also prepared torepair all kinds ot
watches, eloete and jewelry, flavin* ha.
over twelve years' experience in the bushu
tefejmt&Ufct wHI be able to plea,
•11 who may leave their work with him.
gSaT* All Werkwarranied
3PLO-W S O
8T. CT^tD, MrNH,
HF above house bee bees opefjai !awrtti
and the most P^«*Ar£asn»
pie acoomodstionf prbv'ded fbr the eUfisArT s|*
guests. It is pleeasntly eitnsted •ksssMRBw
a good view, and is well Vest Travelers
Mopping there, res teas the stages for any de
sired point ,?:•».-
The Crow Wing stsge leevie this house OS
TueHday, Wednesday and Fridsy morntsgs.
UME & LUMBffi
"ON8TANT1Y on band a full supply Cf Itgi
quality lime, at 1 per barrel or WSfJSj
taken in quantities of over twenty barrelB,«Tl
75 cents per barrel.
Lumber and all building material
to order et the lowest ce«h prices.
Every »tle of Furniture can be furslasaw
immrdiately at the same office.
All kinds of produce takes is cachscaay
Office at the New York Store.
FOWLER A TOBEt.
St. Cloud. June 5th, 1862. v4n45-ly
W E A I O
AM PBEPARED TO WEAVE CARPETS
In the best manner, aad on the shortest
notice. Rooms, wo doors south of the Stearic)
House. MRS MditOARET MOORE.
A N E S
St. Paul, Miss.
in Eastern and Foreign Exchange,
Revolutionary and HalfBreed Scrip, Land
Warrants, State 8crtp. Coin, Bank Notes, Uai»
toJ 8tatea Bonds. Highest price paid far all
decryption of Uncurrent funds v4n41~ly
ST. CLOUD BOOK STORE.
10HN M. R08ENBEBGER would respect
•J fully inform the citizens of 8t. Cloud aad
Northern Minnesota that he has urehaesjd the
entire stock of the St. Cloud Book Store aad
made large additions thereto, and has sow as
bend a complete assortment of Books, Sta
tionery. Fancy Goods, Newspapers nod Maga
zines, Writing Paper of all kinds. Blank Boole,
etc.. etc. Also, the .Standard Series of Eeheol
Hooks. Persons will find it to their advantage
•o procure their St. Paul and New York Dally
and Weekly papet at this store. The numer
ous pan ons and friends of the Old St, Cloud
Book Store are cordiaLy invited to attesd.
'THE UNDERSIGNED has constantly as
1 hand and for sale, at his shop on Washing
un tavenue, a few doors above the Willis Rosss*
complete assortment off urnitare, comprising
Bedsteads from $2 to it
Bureaus from 10 to 80
Lounges from 2 to 16
Secretaries from 6 to SO
Chairs per set from 3.50 to 18
Pocking Chairs from 1.60 to 8
Washstands from 150 te lw
Tables and Work-tables.
Which he will exchange for wheat rye. oats*
beef, pork, flour or cranberries at the highest
market price. 8.0 CRAWFORD.1
AY always be found at his shop on 81.
street, at the sign of the
Where he keeps on hand Plows of all kinds
his own make, for sale, and which he warranto
to give good satistaction.
A WAGON SHOP
Is connected with his establishment..
A5?to Wagons made to Order.
He is prepared to do all kinds of
BLACKSMITH I NO,
And attends especially to REPAIRING Plows
and Wagons of every description. v4n45
MRS. A. L. PERKIN
Has just rceived from
NEW YORK AN ST A
A CHOIOB ASSORTMENT Of
I I N E O O O S
Straw and Silk Bonnets.
Young Ladies' Boulevard's,
Ladles* Cota aa,
Bonnet Silks aad Ribbons,
Laces, Fringes. £~S.
English asd French C»pee,**,*,^
ogether with a large variety and fail asset
avenue is est
AMIRUII a* »._!7.j
i2Z& S «Pl*« Mr. Atwater? a
JOTsefts opeael as Wednaaday 0
St! Cloud. April 81st. 1881. e8si-(^
Also, Warehmm JrmcU,
8sav* Be careful te