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S N or M. B. CBOMB.—Divine service ttery
gaseatfc, at 10)$ a m., and 7 p. Prayer Mating
•IMICIM* tverv Thandky evening, at T& Sabbath
Sea** »t o'clock «r« Sabbath morning.
DAVID TICK, rUiVi
«jrTh a on he O«movi-A
la O E at ••$"'
a a S A a a a a
A is tiki*.
a a at O W O
a a tiki* Offlc*.
I I DEMOCRAT Office
has been removed to the Post Office Build
ing. This trill be found a more convenient
location, and we shall be pleased to see all
our old friends aud scores of new ones.
Our facilities for doing Job Printing are
unequaled in Northern Minnesota.
Tut Annual Report of the Secretary of
State ar.d Superintendent of Public In
struction has been received. The greater
portion of the report is taken up with edu
T.»KK care of you* cattle. A cow went
into one of the holes made by the ice-cut
ters yesterday nnd was drowned.
TOWN ORUKRS, with or without
ub. pri'i'al »/. t!i"u ofi:* »i *'i»rt notice
Call and see specimens.
BOUNTIES.—At a meeting held nt the
Court House, on Thursday evening, tt was
resolved to pay a bounty of $300 to all
persons eutollcd in St. Cloud, who would
enlist to the credit of the town—$200 be
ing cash, and $100 in town orders. T'lis
amount will not be paid to outsiders.
MORE SNOW —On Monday evening last,
snow commenced falling again and con*
tinued without interruption until Wednes
day morning, and fitfully during that day.
It is estimated that thirty-two inches of
snow have fallen within the past two weeks.
SCHOOL Frso.—The Superintendent has
made the February apportionment of the
Current School Fund. Stearns County has
2045 persons between the ages of live and
twenty-one. and receives $205 85 Benton
County, 167 persons, and receives §21.71:
Morrison County 191, and receives $24.8:1.
PAINFUL ACCIDENT.—On Thursday of
last week a little daughter, aged about four
years, ot Mr. Greeley, of Maine Prairie,
was severely burned by her clothes catch
ing fire from the stove during the tempo
rary absence of the mother. The latter
returning caught the girl in her arms and
riilled iter in the snow until the flames were
extinguished. Although her life was at
hist despaired of she is new getting bet
S O Stephen Miller,
Commissar of Subsistence wlio has been
on.clnr near Little Arkansas for
the past yesw- arrive«1 in town on Sulur-
evtniiig intends ruing in a
Wm. J. Parson?, Esq., started for Wash*
iugtou on Monday, lie is the only St.
Clouditc we Know of who will have the
pleasure of witnessing the Presidential in
Ri:CnriTisfi IN Sr. Ci.out.—The cstima
tel quota of St. (.'loml is fifty men. Our
excess is eleven three-years' men leaving
thirty-nine men to be furnished. Of that
number twenty-three have been sworn in
to the credit of the towu. The following
were from this plico
F. Noel, Jas. S. Mitchell.
John B. Inman, Itonifacius Hoffman,
Dennis Shields, Jas. W. Garlington,
Sylvester Thompson, Daniel Dclaney,
Matthias Micklcy, David Smith.
John It. Scherer, Peter Heinti,
Jacob Gazette, John to.
M. Lauermann, Jeromme (iillett,
Charles Yager. John Nelgis,
Some half-dozen others went to St. Paul
without being sworn in, a portiou of whom
at least, arc supposed to have enlisted for
this town. Hon. J. P. Wilson enlisted five
men to our credit at St. Paul.
Mr. Sweet has also sworn in Justus W.
Clark, Albert Guptill and James M. Brown
for Maine Prairie Jacob E. Crosby and
William Bussed, for Brockway John M.
Blakely, for Verdale Luther LaPlant, for
Sauk Rapids James S. Chrysler, for St.
New ADVERTISKMBNTS.—Sergeant Scher
macker is recruiting for the First Minneso
ta, which is to be filled to the maximum.
This affords an excellent opportunity for
enlisting in a long-and well-tt ied organi
zation. Call on Sergeant Schermacker, at
Money can be saved by buying your
trunks and valises nt C. Proal's, in St.ond'.otig
Paul. Mr. P. is carrying on the manufac
turing business very extensively. He has
a large stock of all kinds, to be sold at
wholesale or retail also, military trap
pings, patent rifles, &c.
WASTBU —A good, honest, industrious
Boy, about seventeen years old, to learn
the tinner's trade.
F. &W. POWELL.
fflT'VisiTiNu CABII* printed in the la
test style, and at St. Paul prices.
HotrsTfES.—Th* Supervisors of the town
of St. Cloud wiil pay the highest cash boun
ty to volunteers Call on Lewis Clark,
Chairman of the Board.
WE will procure the Prairie Farmer or
American Agriculturist for any ot our
readers desiring them. Both are good ag.
COVOHS.—The administration of medici
nal (reparations in the form of a lozenge,
is of all modes the most eligible and con
venient, more especially as regards a Cough
Remedy. .••Brown's Bronchial Troches"
or Cough Lozenges allay irritation, which
induces coughing, giving instant relief in
Droncbitis, Hoarseness, Influenza, and
Coneumjiti^e and Asthmatic, complaints.
Having one of Gordon's best Job Presse
es. a large stock of new type and a full as
sortment of cards and stationery, we are
prepared to print posters, circulars, bill
heads, letter-hsads, ball tickets, business,
wedding and visiting cards, envelopes, la
bels, programmes, blanks invitatious, or
almost anything desired, in good style and
at fair prices. A call is respectfully re
Gold was quoted in New York on the
14th inst., at 207.
S O A 8
COKRKCTKD WfiKKLT BY BURBANK CO.
Wheat, per bushel,
Butter, per lb
Means, per bushel,
Beef, per cwt,
Pork, per lb,
Chickens, per lb,
Kerosene Oil, per gal,
Hides, green, per lb,
Corn meal, per cwt.
$1 25 a 1 40
80 a 00
30 a 35
CO a 65
11 00 a 15 00
9 25 a 9 75
THE BRIDAL CIIAMDEK, an Kasay of Warning and In
struction for Young Men—published by the Howard
Association, aud wut free of charge in scaled envoi
opes. Address, Dr. J. SKILI-KN HOUOHTON, How
ard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. vn30-ly
of l.etturs remaining uncalled for in .the St.
1 Cloud Post Office, Feb 16th 1865.
Bright Emily A
Kmmo• II tJ
Guild Karl S
Johnson no 'I
11. 7. MirrilKLL, P. M.
Monroe Mrs Henry
Pritbsi field Ale
Perry S It
Randall Mrs A 2
iv-helby Mr A
hi: i- L»anl G-*
Nath'l Pope Causin,
A I 3 1 A .r i?o»:NE
WSS«illGTGR D. C.
Having I..1-1 situation in the General Lan
Office, lo upwards of twenty a in
charge of the Pie-emptio Bureau, Mr
oilers his services in the prosecution of claims
before the Depaitment, under the Pie-emp
Laws. Tow Siie Act of 1844. &c.
He will also attend to Mail Contr ictors'
CI tints, business before Indian Bureau, Ac
Sjticinl attention given to the collection
of Claim* for Indian Depredation*—Sioux, *C.
It KFKltS TO
Hon. A. Ramsey, V. S. Senate.
Hon. M. s. Wilkinson, V. S. Senate.
Hon T. A- IUlulliik*, V. 8. Senrtr. and late Com
:iii«i..ncr of the L-m.l Office.
Hon. Win. Wimlom, I|..n«e of Representative*.
Kittenlioii'" Kant & t't„ Bankers, Washington.
lion. ||. M. Rice, Minnesota.
Hon. IS. U. Uecker,
Hon. .Mm Wilson, Third Amlitor V. P. Treasury.
Hon. lieu. C. Whiting, late Commissioner of 1'en
sions. tii.I imw le|t. Interior.
A. .S. II. White, Ks«i., Dept. Interior.
Also t'o the District Laud Dfficers gener
ally, and to all who have had land business
at the seat of for years back.
Charge* moderate. A retaining fee expect'
ed in every case.
Office No 5 first floor "Intelligen
cer br.ildii'.gs, 7t street, Washingto
6 P. PfcABODY,
WHOLK8ALE DfALEB IX
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
WINES, LIQUORS Si CIGARS,
Between Jackson and Robert Streets,
SAINT PAUL, MIHN.
Constantly on hand a full supply of Double
Rectified and Old Rye and Bourbon
J. W. T. TTJTTLB,
MAXUrACTUttEtt OF CABIXET WARE.
Building and Carpentering attended to.
Hear the Steams House, Lower Town,
Real Estate Agency,
S T. liOirn
I N N E S O A
nXTENSlVE Explorations of Land in
\j tl is District subject to private entry,
experience in Land Office business,
give tint undersigned peculiar advantages
Selection of Land
And location of Land Warrants.
W a a t«
I or fnlc at a small advnnce on New fork
Contested Pre emption cases prosecuted
1 ofore the Local And General Land Offices.
Attention paid to
THE PATIENT OF TAXES
In Benton, Sherburne, Morrison and
Ttiwnh-ts for sale in St. Cloud.
vftltt-tf L. A. EVANS.
Attorney and Connseller at Law,
V. S. Braatr, Claim and Patent Agent,
ST. CLOUD, MINN.
in all Courts, State and Fed-
eral prosecuterclaims before any of
tho Departments at Washington.
Particular attention paid to thecal
le lion of Bounty and Arrearages of Pay
of Sol tiers, Pensions for Discharged Sol
diers or for the heirs of those who have
died in the service.
Office in 3d story, Broker's Block, over
J. C. & H. C. Burbank 4 Co. v6n23
E E N I S MIGHTIER
A N S W O
TffE GOLD I'EX—TBE BEST OF ALL PJSXS
MORTON'S GOLD PENS.
THE BEST PEA'S fif TUS WOULD.
On receipt of any of the following sums inc jsh, the
subscriber will seud by return mail, or otherwise, as
directed, a Hold Pen or Pens—selecting the Mint accord'
i*0 to description, via:
OOLO PKNS WITHOUT CASES.
For 40cents, the Magic Pen for 75 cents, the Lucky
Pen fortl00 the Always-Ready Pen for #135 the
Klegant Pen and for $150 the Kxcelsior Pen.—These
pens are not numbered, but correspond in sises to
numbers 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 respectively.
THE SAME PhNS IN SILVER-PLATEP EXTENSION
CASES Wl .'II PENCILS.
For*1 00 the Magic Pen for $125 tie Lucky Pen
for $\ 60 the Always-Ready Pen for $100 the Elegant
Pen. and for $'225 the KxecMor Pen.
These are well-nnislied, good-writing Gold Pens, with
Iridosmin points, the average wear of every one of
which will far outlast a gross of the best steel pens
although they art unwarranted, ami therefore not «ar
MORTON'S WARRANTED PENS.
The n*me "A. Morton,'1 "Number," and "Quality,"
are stumped on the following pens, and the points are
warranted for six months, except against accident.
The numbers indicate size o/i/y No. I being the
smallest, No. 6 the Istrgest, adapted for the pocket:
No. 4, the smallest, and No. 10 the largest mammoth
Gold Pen, for the desk.
Long nnd medium nibs of alt sizes and qualities.
Short nibs of N'os. 4, 5, 6, and 7, aud made only of first
The Utng and short nibs are fine pointed tho me
dium nibs are broad course business points. The en
gravings ar fac-similes of the sizes and styles.
OOLD PKNS, WITHOUT CASES.
For 1 25 a No. 1 pen,1st quality or a No. 3 pen 3d qual.
For ft 50 a No 2 pet', 1st quality or a No 3 pen, 2d
quality or a No 4 pen, 3d quality.
For S2 00 a No 3 [ten, 1st quality or a No 4 pen, 2d
ity or a No pen, 3d quality.
For 1225 a No 4 pen, 1st quality or a No pen, 2d
quality or a No 6 pen, 3d quality
For $276 a No 5 pen, 1st quality or a No 6 pen, 2d
For $350 a No Open: $4 50 a No 7 pen $575 a No 8
pen fo.iOa No pen $7 20 a No 10 pan—all 1st
THE SAMti GOLD PKNS, IN SILVER. EXTENSION
CASES, WITH PENCILS.
For $2 0O a No. 1 pen, 1st quality or a No 3 pen, 3d
For $250 a No 2 pen, 1st quality or a No 3 pen, 2d
quality or a No 4 pen, 3d quality.
For $300 a No 3 pen, 1st quality or a No 4 pen, 2d
quality or a No 5 pen, 3d quality.
For $2 75 a A'o 4 pen, 1st quality or a Xa 5 pen, 2d
quality or a No 6 pen, 3d quality.
For$450aNo5pen 1st quality oraNo6pen,2d quality.
For $572 a No© pen, 1st quality.
GOLD PCXS, ALL FIBST 0,1'AUTT, IX gUVKK-MOVNTKI*
For $275 a No 4 pen for $3 25 a A'o 5 pen for $4 00 a
No 6 pen for $575 a No 7 pen.
For $7 a No 8 pen for $8 a No. 9 pen and for $9
a No 1C peu.
The "1st Quality" are pointed with the very best
Iridosmin points, carefully selected, and none of this
quality are sold with the slightest imperfection which
skill and the closest scrutiny can detect.
The "2d Quality" are superior to any Pens made by
him previous to the year I860.
The "3d Quality" he intends shall equal in repect to
durability, elasticity, and g»»t writing qualities (the
only true cnn«idratious)any Gold Pens made elsewhere.
In regard to the Cheap Gold Pens, lie begs leave to
sar that previous to op rating his New ami Patented
Machines, he could not have made as uood writing
and durable Pens for the price, had the Gold been
Parties ordering must in all instances specify the
"Name" or tho "Number" and "Quality" of the Pens
wanted, aud lie particular to describe the kind they
prefer—whether stiff or limber, c««rse or fine.
All remittances sent by mail in registered letters
are at my risk: and to all who send twenty cents
(charge forregistering^ in addition to the price of goods
ordered, I will guarantee their safe delivery
Parties sending gold or silver will be allowed the
full premium on the day received.
ToCLI'US.—A discount of 10percent will Wallowed
on sums of $12, of 15 per cent on $24, andof 20per cent
on $48, if sent to one address at one time. Address
E O I S
WHOLCSALS AND EMAIL
I -R/TTO GIST
E A E I N
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH,
0 I A S S
LARD AND COAL OILS,
Physicians prescriptions accurately
compounded at all lours.
St. Cloud, May 3d, 1860.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
From Belle Prairie, about the twiddle of
September, a chestnut colored MARE, with
a white streak on forehead, and about five
years old. A suitable reward will be paid
for her return tt
—w"-"feyr^TTT rnii«i--nfij •••'•^gfM'1-1-"
T7nl7-t»m No. 2.*i Maiden Lane, New York
HATS & CAPS,
jan6-3w|| Crow Wing, Minn.
Consumptive sufferers will receive a val
uable prescription for the cure of Consump
tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all throat
and lung affections, (free of charge,) by
sending their, address to
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
11 Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
M. O. TOLMAN,TO.D.
S I I A N A N S E O N
ST. CLOUD, MIXX.,
Office over Edelbroek's Store.
J. W E N
•MIYSICIAN A N SURGEON,
Will prtetioe Medicine in all its branehes
including midwifery and operative surgery
8t Cloud, Minn, Dec. 11th, 1862.
E. W. & L. G. SIMS,
WHOLESALE AN RETAIL DEALERS I N
Drugs and Medicines,
AT BROKER'S BLOCK,
ST. OLOXJ3D, MIIsT!*-.
Our stock of the following goods is full:
LAMPS, MIRRORS, GROCERIES, 4
TOBACCO AN CIGARS,
All the popular Patent Medicines of the
day, equal, we trust, to the demand, at
E. W. & L. G. SIMS*.
Paper and Envelopes—all kinds and
qualities, at prices satisfactory, at
E. W. & L. O. 81MS*.
An endless variety, at prices defying
E W. & L. G. SIMS'.
Of nil kinds, from the delicate Infant's
and Ten-cent Tooth, to the
now in receipt of my Fall and
Winter Stock, which has been selected
with care, purchased at closefiguresand
with reference to the increasing wants of
this section, 1 would most respectfully in
vite purchasers to call and examine my
In Dress Goods
have a fine line, consisting of French
Merinoes, Crape du Chenes and Amures,
Alpaccas, Paramattas, Tartan Cheeks,
Poplins, Plaid, Striped and Brocaded Mo
hairs, Printed and All-Wool Delaines, &c.
Ladies Cloths, Fur Vietorines and Capes,
Misnes' Ermine Vietorines and Talmas.
Hosiery and Gloves, Ladies' Merino
Vests and Drawers, Wool Hoods, Nubias,
Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches and Flowers.
Business and Over Coats, Pants, Vests,
Undershirts and Drawers, Gray and Fancy
Wool Overshirts, Jackets, Buck Mitts,
Gloves, Gauntlets, Ac.
Saxony, Fur and Cloth Hats, Seal, Nu
tria, Plush and Cloth Caps, Ac.
Trunks, Satchels, Blankets, Ac.
Boots and Shoes.
A good assortment of Men's and Boy's
Boots, Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes and Balmorals, Buffalo and Cloth
Overshoes, Lace Moccasins, Oil Tanned
Crockery, Glassware, Lairps, Mirrors,
Ae.—a very large assortment
LINSEED, LARD, WHALE AND COAL OIL,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
E. W. & L. G. SIMS'.
All the genuine brands, at
K. W. & L. G. SIMS'.
J. R. BENNETT,
DEALER W STAM.B S rASCT
BOOTS & SHOES
All of whieh will be disposed of at the
very lowest market rales ron CASH.
v6n!9-tf J. B. BENNETT.
A A N,
Lubin's, Mitchell's, Glenn's and Jaques'
Extract of "Pond Lilly," "Rondelitia,"
&c, &c at
E. W. L. G. SIMS'.
DYES & GLOSSES,
A coruplec assortment of all the stand
ard brands, at
E. W. & L. G. SIMS'.
In connection with our stock of Drugs,
we keep a good supply of Groceries, to
which we invite the attention of the public.
E. W. & L. G. SIMS.
KESSLER & RIEHL,
Importers, Tanners and Carriers,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA,
ltli now receiving and will keep con
stantly on hand the largest and best
stock of Leather and Findings in the Sute
SPANISH SOLE LEATHER,
OAK SOLE E A E
HARNESS AND BRIDLE LEATHER.
Tampico and Maddr4ss, Morocco Splits,
Shoe and Saddle Skirting, Belt and
FRENCH CALF SKINS,
6,000 Bushels Plastering Hair.
Also, a general assortment of all kinds
of Findings, Ac.
Please call and examine our stock as we
will not be undersold by any house in the
Particular attention paid t* orders.
g^F* Cash paid for Hides, Furs and Deer
Skins. KESSLER & RIEHL,
No. 306 Third street, sign of the "Black
I I A S
It, E S A A N
L. ROBBERS, Proprietor,
IIAVE fitted up, on St. Germain street,
a fine Billiard Hall, supplied with
At the Bar can be found the best grades
of Liquors and Cigars. Also, pure Cider.
In eonnection with the Billiard Hall, 1
have a first-class Restaurant, where can be
MEALS AT ALL HOURS,
Oysters, poultry, game, steaks, ehops,
Ae., served up on short notice and in any
desired style. Fine pastries always on
W O O
COUNTRY KI S I N S
1 BBLS. CARBON OIL.
0 5 do Kerosene Oil.
10 do Burning Fluid, at
I.. -^^,— -—«•.—--*—
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER* IN
Dry Goods, Ready Made Cloftiig,
O O S S O E S A S A S
Groceries, Provisions. &c, 4
fs»t. .Cloud, Tfcfittaaeaota.
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCI OF
Spring and Summer Goods!
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
Brown and Bleached Muslins, Cotton Flannels. Denims, Ticking, Hickory, All Wv\
.annul*. Linen and Worsted Damask, Domestic and
Lancaster Ginghams, Philip Allen, Sprague,
Merrimae and Union Prints.
Hoop Skirts, Balmoral Skirts, Cotton Velvet. Plain and Fancy Velvet Ribbons,
Tafta Ribbons, Black and Figured j?ilks. Brocades, Chints, Coberge,
Plain and Rep'd Blerinoes, Mous. de Laines, All Wool
Delaines, Scotch Plaids, Alpacas,
French Corset*. Ladies' Vests (silk and worsted)
Dimity Bands, Ruffling, Plain and Fancy Shawls, and sn
Immense Assortment of Hoods, Nubia Hoods. Scarfs, 8ontags, Tripods, Ae.,
Embracing all the latest styles and selected with great care especially for this market
US" 3 I I E O
Ready Made Clothing
We offer our customers one of the largest Mock ever brought to Northern Mnnesota.
Made in the most Substantial Hanner!
OVER COATS, DRESS COATS, BUSINESS COAT8,
PLAIN AND FIGURED PANTS, PLAIN AND FANCY VESTS, WOOL JACKETS
HEAVY PLAIN AUD FANCY WOOL OVEliSUlBTS, DRAWERS,
MERINO UNDERSHIRTS, OVERALLS, NECK TIES. WOOL SOCKS, RUBBER gCITS, *«.
BOOTS AND SHOES
LADIES' A N GENTLEMEN'S WEAR!
Embracing Plain Calf, Pebble Calf, Kid. Goat, Glove Kid and Serge Balmorals
Congress, Kid and Lace Gaiters, Kip and Calt Custom Made Boots, Boys' and
Youths' Boots, Children's and Misses' Balmorals and Gaiters, Army Shoes, Ac.
A large and well-selected Assortment of
GLOVES AID kHTT8.-\
I A Fur, Buck and Tarn
And I A
Groceries and Provisions,
WHOLESALE AVD RETAIL,
BOXES MINNESOTA CHEESE.
SO boxes of "Western Reserve." at
J. C. $ H. C. BURBANK* CO.
BOXES DE LAND'S CELEBRATED
CheiRical Saleratus. at
J. C. J- n. C. BURBANK $ CO.
QK BOXES FRESH PEACHES.
/CO 25 Boxes Green Corn.
25 Boxes Fresh Tomatoes, at
J. C. d- U. C. BURBANK* CO.
WHOLE, HALF AND QUARTER
Boxes Raisins, crop of 186*2, at
J. C. $ H. BURBANK* CO
A BOXES ASSORTED CANDY.
O 25 Boxes "extra" Fancy Candy, at
J. C. C. BURBANK A CO*
J. C. H. C. BURBANK CO
1 A TIERCES RICE. 10 BBLS. RICE
\\J 10 Sacks Dried Peaches,
30 do do Apples, at
J. C. A II. C. BURBANK* CO.
CHESTS Y. H. TEA.
10 chests Imperial Tea.
20 do assorted Black Teas, at
J. C. H. C. BURBANK CO.
4,0 20 bbls 8. H. Syrup.
20 kegs do do
10 do Goldti. Jo
10 do Amber de r*
J. C. H. C. inRBANK* CO.
A A A BBLS. 801-A. BUTTER. PICNIC
/C\K) »n* Bostou Cr&ckers. at
J. C. H. C. HUB BANK* CO.
1 & A BBLS. HALD BREAD, at
1 0 J- C. U. C. BURBANK CO.
O 301 cases and boxes.
50 cases 2 «jt cans fresh Cove Oysters.
10 do do Lobsters.
10 do do Salmon.
J. C. H. C. BURBANK* CO
A &c A N dV .»*$.
J. C. H. C. BRUBANK* CO
S A O
1 A A BBI S. MESS PORK, at
I J- *H. y, BURBANK $•
yjAA BBLS. FLOUR, at
C. BURBANK* CO
A A A BBLS. SALINA SALT, at
C.*HC BURBANK CO
1 A A SKS. G. A. SALT, at
I C. H. C. URBANK CO
A A BBLS. SUGAR—REFINED NO. 1
1 Prime, and Porto Rico, at
J. C. *H.C. BURBANK* CO*
BBLS. CRUSHED AND POWDERED
50 boxes Mould Candles.
35 do Star Candles, at
J. C. H. C. BURBANK* CO.
35 do German
10 do Castile Soap, at
J. C. 11. C. BURBANK CO*
in* all the favorite brands, at
.'. C. H. C. BURBANK CO
10 do Starch, Pearl and Corn, at
f. C. U. C. BURBANK* CO
1 A A BBLS. COMMON, BOURBON AND
1 Uje Whisky.
5 pipes Holland Gin. a
5 J-do French Brandy, at
J. C. U. C. BURBANK CO
1 O KEGS OF NAILS AND SPIKES
1 6 0 100 boxes assorted Window Glass
10 gross pt flasks 6 easks Prunes
5 casks Currants 8 eases Nutmegs
20 matte Cassia 50 eans Mustard
IV nags whole Pepper and] Pimento
10 ens Knghshand French Mustard
50 bbls Vinegar *4
30 boxev Babbitt's Pure Saleratus
30 coils assorted Manilla Cordage
35 doxen Rsd Cords
15 boxes Vermicelli end Maeearon.
30 boxes Starch"
10 doxen 2 and 3 hooped Pails
30 doxen assorted Tabs
50v boxes G. D. Caps—and El*
aadC Coke's water
500 lbs bar Lead 60 sac shot
J.C *U. C. BURBANK* CO,
St. Germ St., St Cloud Misvsu