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Thursday, Aug. 30,1866.
UNION S A O N I O N
The Union elector* of tfce State of Mlnuc»otivv!#h.i
are in favor of ti&tertlng and maintaining the rigMU
of the loyal people throuttu their reprewnhitivea in
Congrese to nreecrihtt the condition* on which the
late rebel State* shall b©allowed to participate in the
Qonero) Government, nnd who favor the proposed
amendment to the Vederal Constitution, are reqneuted
n^ond delegates to A convention to be held in Inger
soil's Hall, in St, Pawl, Minn., on Wednesday, the 19th
day of September, I860, at 11 o'clock A. M,, for the
purpose of nominating candidates for State Auditor
Delegates from nnorganised counties not name I
will bo subjected to the action of the convention.
K. HLIKKLV, Chairman. ,0.(3 .XUVIMKMT,
E. V?. ClITTBH, J. FuAJtKKNmi*.
I!. S. YoiiiiAXS, T. C. McCtuRK,
KURD Joss R. v. OROWKLL,
GKO. C. MOTT, •-'•'•-.
Union State Central Committee.
St. Paul, August 10. 1S60.'
S E A N S O N UNION
TION.
CONVKN-
A Convention of the Union electors of Stearns
county—embracing all who endorse, the spirit of the
State and' Congressional calls—will be held at Saint
Cloud, at' the'Court House, on S a a S
in 1 5 I 8 6 0 at. 2 o'clock r.. Mn for the
purpose of electing four delegates 1O attt nd the Un-,
ion State Convention to bo held at St. Paul, Septem
ber 19th, and four delegates to the Congressional Cott
vention to beheld on the _)th of September.
The diifereut townships will bo entitled to tho fol
lowing representation: St. Cloud, 5 Sank Centre,
Maine Prairie and lfair Haven, 2 each rti«T tfte'-'re^
mnintng townships oiw delegate each. -.
It is suggested that/tho different townsliips hold
their primary meetings on' 'Wednesday evening, Sep
tember VJth, 1S66, iW. B. MITCIIKT.L,
Chairman Union County Committee.
St. Cloud, Aug. SOlh, ISUQ, ,,:
UNION O N CO N NT-OUT.
The call for the Union County Conven
lion will be found in (his week's paper,1 mid
we trust that Republicans in the different
precincts will see to it*that .each townshio
is represented. Wo also hope that ihe peo
ple will chnVass the matter carefully 'find
impartially among, themselves, and send
delegates favorable to the re-nominaUon
of Hon. I. Donnelly as member of Congress
from this District.
E STATE CONVENTION.
We publish this week the call for the
Union State Convention, to be held at St.
Paul on the 19th of September, omitting
the list bt counties. The delegates allowed
the counties in this portion of the State are
the same as in the call for the Congressional
Convention.
The business tocoae before the State
Convention is but slight, and will probably
occupy but little time. The two offices fori
which candidates arc to be placed in romi
nation are the State Auditor and Clerk of
the Supreme Court. In last week's isaue,
we expressed our preference for Cap*.
Miles Hollister for the latter position, and
w.e have received numerous endorsements
of that expression. For the position of
State Auditor thrre seems to be a settled
belief that, Chas Mcllrath, the present in
I'unibent, is the most suitable candidate.—
He has filled the office for two terms, in the
most, satisfactory manner has. guarded
jealously the interests of the State and
has been courteous, gentlemanly nnd oblig
ing to all having business witb the Depart
ment over which he has charge. His
thorough acquaintance with the duties of
(he office—which is no.sinecure—is in itself
a strong recommendation for a re-election.,
Firmly-believing that nil officers or public
representatives who do their duty faithfully
should be kept by..the people in their places
unless others very much better qualified
to fill them can be found, we trust to wit
ness the unanimous re nomination of Mr.
Mcllrath.
I I I E O S O
,.
ST. CLOUD, Ang. 17th, 18C6.
EDITOR ATLAS :—I noticed recently in the St. Paul
Pioneer, an advertisement stating that a contract for
clearing, prnbbing,and stumping a tract of land' on
the new Chippewa reservation, would lie let to the
lowest bidder, by Edwin ClarkJChippowa Agent. Can
you inform me who secured that contract, and at
what price per acre Vfas it awarded to a member of
the "King," or an outsider? I am informed that
there were several responsible men in this and .ad
joining counties, who would have pnt in bids for the
work, had they known in season that it was to be let
Why was not sufficient notice given through the
country papers'? Were the "Rin^" afraid of compe
tition? Who- runs the "machino" known as the
Chippewa Agency Edwin Clark, or hw gnardian
from Washington? Tho people are anxious to know
what is going on, and what the "Ring"' are doinjr.'
S T. CtjmvD.
We are unable to say to whom the con
tract referred to was awarded: Ed, Clark
ostensibly run? the Chippewa Agency, but
is under the "protecting care" of a Wash
ington official, we believe. The "Ring are
tlotng" Ignatius Donnelly's dirty work,
and attempting nn enormous steal.-' As to
"what is going on," the people will be ful
ly informed, when, •'•God helping him,"
Mr. Donnelly succeeds in letting •'the day
light into these dark Indian places Up
lo the present lime he evidently lacks the
desired assistance, ns the "dark Indian
places" have rapidly increased in extent
and darkness, and no streak of "daylight"
yet appears.'
The above is a fair sample of the vile
personal abuse that has been heaped by the
Allot, for the past two months, on Mr.
Donnelly and all professing themselves to
be his friends. Tbat paper has indulged in
the most indecent slang, unjustifiable per
sonalities and the grossest' falsehoods in
order to accomplish its purpose. Its edi
torials have provoked but little reply, and
excited etill less influence. We turn aside
to notice, this one because it, in pan, hail*
from this place though we question very
seriously whether any such letter was ever
mailed from St. Cloud.
The facts in regard to this contract for
clcnring. stumping, grubbing nnd breaking
oae hundred acres of land for the Chip
pewa Indians, are simply these: More
than two weeks notioo of the letting was
given by Major Clark by advertisement
in the St: Pattli papers, in the Min
neapolis CMrMkle and the Tfin DBM
ocn.vr This is a longer time than is
usually given bj Government officers who
Tecieee proposals for supplies, asean easily
he learned by readers who have noticed
the Qmutomw**™' •*&• £o«nmissaries'
advertisement*. I J?unheT, Major Clark is
authorized by the Government (to advertise
in but three papers. He did this, selecting
tiiose having the largest eireolation in the
ooalitie* from whence bidi» Would he likely
come. Further,, bids iWre put in by
tier*! responeillt m» thieaud ad-
^3"
is
—wSK I
M*t»l WBMI
joining counties," and they, or one of them,
would have received the contract, but for
ike unimportant reason that they did not
lid quj^to^eq^ugha. T.hg contrast, was
awarded to s6me person or pejrttns residing
near ihe. lands to be ^cleared aiid broken,
at $2?f en.ocre. Offe of ourj moat
aponaQl* «#»," .a^heavJee *on^fl^,
iuforme'd us that hWWl foir tlic same #ork
was $89 per acre, which, he said, was as
low as he could do the woik and make
anything nbovo expenses.
From the above statement, readily sus
ceptible of proof in every particular, the
and Clerk «f the Supreme OniKfiJa.Vis .twfMttf at /eH?,IlS!l*iS_?^^ Jbil»lu:l^AUifttak~ift«*ttCka4.««lul-«t Fort
the next general election and for transacting snch
other business as may prapjwly. come before the con
vention. ..
House Art Association.
Should any of bnr friends, at the ofchqr
end of the wiro"tie' lucky enough to draw
this opera house, we console ourselves with
the reflection -that they cannot move it
away. It will still adorn our city and en
tertain proud and delighted American au
diences. :, ,-•' ,•'••• •/•.
Our cousins of Liverpool and Manches
ter, who. have, not as yet even thought of
building an opera house, |rill doubtless be
struck with the marvelous development.of
taste, luiury and refinement which have
accompanied this 'growth of the wealth and
world-wide commerce of Chicago.
Let the wire bear the name of Mr. Cros
by across the ocean: it w^ill neter herfe-'
after be separated frcm. the fame of Chi
cago. _." ,,,,,.-".." '. :....'./•
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CAPTAIJf FISK'S KXPED1TI0JT.
Arrival at'Fort Union.
Skirmishes With the Indians.
O S E S A Jfl A &
HEAixtlts, FISK'S MostASA EXPEDITION.)
IN CAMP JLT FORT UMOS, P. iL,.
.. August 2, 1866.
Cvrrtspondence of the SI. .Rutf Pioneer.
Since my last, which was from Bertholdy
we have had exciting times.1 On the 22d
ult. our camp was. attacked by Indians,
and the pickets driven in, bnt owing to the
pronrpt action of Major Van H. Fisk (who
was in charge of the guard,) the enemy
were unable to reach the corral. After theJ
picket had discovered the Indians, he fired
on them, nnd^gave the Signal for the camp
to turn out. In less than five minutes
every man had reported to his section com
mander, and the section commanders had
reported to Capt. Ryan, the officer Of the
guard, for orders. Capt. Jas. L. Fisk was
promptly on the ground and gave what in
structions he deemed, necessary to the war.
After the first attack, Major Van Fisk mus
tered his reserve picket guard and went to
the attacking) point, where he found some
Indians lurking around. After a few ex
changed shots, be forced the red-skins to
horsdu combat, and after seeing that every
thing was in shape and his pickets properly
posted he reported to headquarters, when
he received more men with instructions to
double the posts. The Indians did not
trouble us again that night'. Next day
they kept in sight of the train but dare not
attack us
Our oute from Fort Berthold lay west
by northwest, the roads were good, plenty
of good water nnd grass and no scarcity of
wood, and game in abundance.
On the evening of the 25th some 25 or 30
Indians (mounted) made (heir appearance
on our right flank and came within gun
shot of the 'train. Capt. Fisk, With his
assistants, went to ascertain their business,
but the Indians beat a hasty retreat on the
approach, of the party, and we have not
been troubled by them since.
We arrived at this point at iO A.' M. to-'
day. Capt. James L. Fisk, with three of
his assisdints and an escort of 35 mounted
men went in advance of tho train to the
Fort. He took With him the United States
mail, which Was intrusted to him at Fort'
Berihold. The Captain 'and party were
well received by the commanding office**,
Brevet Lieut. Co'. Ranking, 13th D. 8. A."
After the mail was opened wo found quite
a number of letters for our parly. The
Colonel informed Capt. Fisk that the Crow
nnd "Blnckieci Indians are concentrating
their forces at about seventy miles north
west from here, tor the purpose of warring
against the whites. He said he feared that
wo would have trouble with thtm. A few
days ago some 2,000 Soux came opposite
the fort to trade,~nnd after they got the
traders on (he oppos'dc side, (hey fired
into them, wounding two, and taking a
portion of the goods. So the prospects for
a brush with the red skins is very favora
ble.
One of our scouts has just come in and
reports a large parly of Indians ahead,
suppose to be Assinaboiues. We may have'
a brush bef»re morning.
The mail goes out this afternoon, so I
shall close. f-PARTA.
1'.' S. I omitted to mention fhat some of
our paWy intended to cross the Missouri
river at this point nnd go up the Yellow
Stone, but have clranjred their lines on ac
count of the Indians, and intend remain
ing with Capt. Fink's party.
It is currently reported about the camp
that El tor and T, Van, Ft ten, are to be
leff nl. this paint for refusing to do guard
dqty in Camp!, *rid for selling whisky to In
dian*. The report is not without founda
tion. A family by the name of Bassitt are
to be left behind on the same charge.
-PABTA.
—From COO to 1,000 applicants for boun
ty are being received daily by .the Paymasj
ter General. Vs. the orders for. the. pay
ment of bounties have been withheld by the
President, the date of payment is quite un
certain.
—It, is eaid that Secretary Stanton will
not resign until Congress meets in Decem-
Congress a report of the operation of
department during the rebellion.
bernMit in order that be may
:'-—The
liig
~V
Ibnaw
submitbis
ff*
Donnelly- »nd,b,is friends appears iu all its Abercrftmhie^ D. T. 12,000 Jbmdisla af
terrible proportions. We would, in this I?*1"'
connection, advise the Atlas, in choosing
subjects for its attacks Upon thit gentle
man,' to take those not quite so near home,
that ihey may not so readily appear in all
their glaring and barefaced falsity.
"."••" ••..'i rfi»«y!——-T?-« ..''
•T_» Atlantic Tclegraph—Flrst
lu.tcli to fee tent by the Crosby Opera
We understand that the Crosby Opera
House Art Association applied for the priv
ilege, of sending the first business dispatch
over the Atlantic wire, for the purpose of
establishing agencies in London, Paris, and':
other leading cities in Europe the success'
of the cable having made' this -practicable.':
The energy and enterprise employed in
the management of this great•'.• Enterprise
aye worthy of it, and merits as well as in
sure, success. .••• '.:. '*••. Uuai
qggsBSB
SEALED PROPOSALS.
OWCB OF 0M«r^fwrioimatV-
DlSTRIO» Of MigNMOrA,
9H Snelll«K„Miiin1,£AM. ai, \8N.
I PKOPOSAIS b^lfHUCATK
w^| hO^eciVed a^hia^blnoe, %B01r!*13
£|.Thjjrs Ausn|^80t|fei866,^|Qr tho
"~~2^~"' i^inesotaof
•hell(jOiits:. to^meka, V.
on* Hr«i»y,
T50 toixliof Ory II»rd Wood.
Tho Oats niid'Hay to be delixoied^B^'or
before 1 ho 15th day of OctoberTlbuB, and
the Wood on or lu-tore January 1st, 1867,
and fu such quantities prior to those dates
as W|»y.'boreq'.iiradi 'V".-* 1 I
Also, at? Fo« llidgley,1 Minnesota, '8,000'
itf«wJP»AOWHuahetedf
Oats to be
belivored ut Fort Kidgely, and 2,000 bush
els at Fort Abeierombie, immediately on
completion of contract, and the balance on
or.before October lst.'lSGO. ".'"
Proposals for'the whole or any part of
the.amount required will be received.
Bids fur separate article* and separate
posts inusi he on different sheets of paper.
:Bjdilers will give their names nnd address
in full,. M» in eiuwof IiPIMH- the prevhse
name twnd- a'rtd«e«'Wtieach ihdivhliial ^rttih
bor niust, with the name of the firm be
stated.
.A printed c*py t»f ilti« atlr«rliseu»ent
will be,enoJygcd «vih raeh proposal.
AH bids must be iicctunpiutievl by writ
ten guarantee hit lie fbUowiiig'fornivi*':
11 Wc and of the county of
State of ri-W agree that is
able to fulfil a uutttract iu uccorJanee with
hisproposition*'and that should hispropo
siton be aooepted, he will at once enter into
a contract aocojdapee therewith. Should
a contraot be awarded him wo are pre
pared to become his .securities. Signed by
two responsible persons, whose responsi
bility shall be vouched for by a certificate
'of a clerk of the District Court, or the U.
S.' District'Attorney/
'"Bidders are requested to be present at
the opeiing of bids..5Si'.•,•.\ .'•.''. A
"Proposals from persons who have pre
viously failed to comply with their bids,
from disloyal persons, and persons irre
sponsible, will not be received. ."'
"The undersigned reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
A bond with good and satisfactory secu
rity will be required from the..person er
persons to whom the contract "may be
awarded, JJ
CoBtrtctoi'8 will furnish the neoessary
revenue stamps for bouds and contracts.
Bids to be endorsed "Proposals for——
at —., and addressed to the
undersigned,
--3' THEO. SCHWAN,
Captain 10th U. 8. infantry
Chief Q. M^ District Minn.,
v9n6-lt Fort Sneiling, Minn.
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
0 8 E E
Has in store, and open foir the inspection
of purchasers, a complete stock of
0» O D•_$
embracing all staple articles.
A Beautiful Assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
summer styles.
Men's and Boys'
O I N
for summer and fall.
All kinds of
HATS AN CAPS,
Including (be fashionable styles.
to
Winnebago Bomutead.
Mr. Gaffer, was eo severely
ston-ncb by a horse attached
,• ,, i, _,I »i^,.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
SHOES AND GAITERS.
Mens-' and Boys*
BOOTS AND SHOES.
YANKEE NOTIONMUEENSWARE, &C.
All for tale Cheap for Cath or in exchange for
Country Produce.
JOSEPH EDELBROCK.
St Cloud, June 20,1866. v7n42
TlBourbon
whiskey, from a combination of over
twenty' different" kinds of roots, barks and herbs,
-which act in perfect concert one with the other, pre*
pared from the original form—a given by the great
chief Red Jacket, to Dr. Chapln, who need them sue
cessftilly la his practice for many years, and by their
_w gained so great a popularity in the treatment and
ear* of Dyspepsia, Liver Camplaint, Constipation, Biok
and Nervous Headache, Fever and Ague, and all dis
eases arising from torpid lirer and indigestion. Per
•on* Buffering from either of these loathsome diseases)
will find a core by the use of these Bitters, which are
ly pureand free from all those drags andpoi
inally pnt np in inch preparations, and palmed
off on an unsuspecting public. A single trial will con
vince the most skeptical that in the RED JAGKKE
t-ereia a virtue that no other Bitters possea,
They strengthen and invigorate the system.
They are unequalledforgenera} debility.
They area euro for Dyspepsia.
They give a good and
They assist digestion.
The give a good and healthy appetite,
ligestl
They purify the breath and acidity of the
They core Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They are the best stimulant in existence.
They area preventive of Fever and Ague.
They relieve Constipation.
They cure Nervous Headache.
They are perfectly pare and palatable.
The genuine RED JACKETBTTTERSsxe only H_f
in quart bottles .never by the gallon, quart or pint.
Sea that oar private Government stampis aakroksa
over each cork.
Sold by all druggist* and dealers thronghont tha
country.
I' Call for Red Jacket, and take no other.
CircBlars to the trade supplied oa application.
BENNETT PIETERS & CO.,
,......*.-.' Proprlatoit.
SI suad S3 MICZOOAIv ATF-fVK,
ii,' :0-E-XOAC30..
AMD. OFFICE. ST. Cl.OUD, MINN.
J_| August, 28th, 1866.
7b JahnS. Garrett and John Griffin:
_T ._ „_.!»_ c,k-.:« *x You: and each ot yon are horoby nptiBed to appear
fRt on th
J!~-
0
machipe,kthat
h..died
almost. inBtantly.s
OCTOBER,
8 6 0m aofflce
IO o'clock in13TeHforenoonOFeald
th of dey, and
offdr proof in support of your Homestead Entries Nos.
range 35,
uuu IIIIUID vui ii.v», abandonment thereof
••.i.. r_ Isalleged by ThorWUkkelson, who will then and there
appeaFwith
witnesseutopfferallowedn
he Par l'lacc hotel, of St Paul, wa allegations/when yo will he all the privK
Q^Ti°l
^mYM^mM^^1 HWYO.
Of J.W. pajtpn&Co.. ofPlltaburjJ. |:j_iy_Mw| W. B. MITCH__L, Receiver
proof support *fhis
WAIT,Bister.
—One of'the most shocking crimes ever
recorded was comuiilted yesterday, under
circumstances.Which, one would think, £,
would maken devil incarnate hesitate
his career ofvillaoy. $Ul«*|he ,JMptq||on
House was in a slite of intense excitement
over the terrible«alamity which had befol
len one of. its inmat«» and while.. Mr
Hawkes, in hlB l^guisl^' WSMS hdWKn^his
dying and We^diftg wi^tin his a«oasr ihd
shrieking out his agr rfy in a paroxysm of
despair, he teas rohhed of hit pocket-book
containing throe hundred and (en dollars
in money It is. impossible to use words
which will fitly execrate sudh an atrooious
and.diapolic'il not.—Psett. Vfrwvj »-j
I -/-Mri CabUi of North Minneapolis,? died
this after toon j'r »m apoplexy. He -was
reading a paper, when he fell backwards,
dead. He waa seventy, years of age, and'»
muoh respeoted citizen. c_ -.: -i '."' „fyw
—Wo learn that on Wednesday last, An
drew Johnson a young man about 24 years
of age, recently from Statonville, Ptenn.,
was drowned in the .Zuuibro•j MoCreck
n's Fonli while attempting to swim I hisj
horses across'the stream.— Wobatkaw BtrZ
atd.
—A little boy, George D. Mower, was
trumpled }e death \v a leom.ef horses on
the 16th, at WateVford, in Dakota county.
So says the Hastings Iwlrpendent.
—Major-General Terry, by a recent or
der of General Sherman, is appointed to
the coRHj'.fiod of 'ihe-'Vew M©Jv»rtinewtAr
D.scota. with he iters at Fort Sneil
ing or such military i»-si within "his terri
torial coiiiuia_d as ho umy select.— Prett.
Dean l:ieh'i»b.ndt he'gi eat leader' of the
Democracy in New York, died on Ihe night
of th© 26th.
',..—
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRA R. H.
DOUBLE.RACK^ROUTE
IMS
PITTSBURG TP I I A A E I A
ATrainBaoDope!Pe_3»ylT»_«
Kttsburgh,trahu fre_tt_e-westrnn(_reetto«_e
TTnio where pmengen are- tra_aftrrailto
the the CentralRailway, which
leave Pittsburgh and arrfre at otler peMs.asfoKowi:
A E S S a Patsburgh at 3E00 a
m., BteppingatprinoiMl stations. ArriveeatAltootia*
at8 10a.m-Tyroaelfl-2'» _•- [-ellefont»lfe&2 a. m,
Lo«* Haven 12:40 p. _v3 Harri»ft_rgt 1--20 p. m, Haiti
morel 5:30 p. m,Hew Tart, via Allentown 1CMpi«
PhiladeiphiBt 5:90p.•*,andNewYor*vfcPhiadelpWa
at lOjZJ p. m.
CIIfCINNATl__!XPR_:SS—Leaves Rttsbnrg
«t9:50a.m, stoppuagat BearryaMetatJonsv Altoenaf
at 2 45 p. m, HarrtsfcorgJ 8rl6 p. mi arrivfng a* Phila
delphia at 1_40 «. m, and Itew Tork, via- AReBtoW-*
at 6.00 a. m. By —_» train passengers are- tras
fered at Union. Depot, West F-HiadeM-Sv (Brectly
to Express —rain' for Hew York, reaching lnere at
5:30a. in."•':••*'
I A I A E E S S
Pittsburgh at 4:10 p. m, stoppfng onty at prlhcipat1
stations.. ArrrvesatI_troM^^mW|Uto«aa0i80.p
m, Harrlshnrg _35 a. pi, Baltimore* TJOf aj m, Hlswr
York, via Allentown 10.10a.m,Phnarfe»p_fe*:7^:~a.i_
and Now York via Philadelphia at l_Oep.mv STeepfn^
cars ran through on this train from Pitteowrg to Balti
moreand Philadelphia, and to New York via Allentown.
A S -.INK—Leaves Pittsburgh at lttflV pi m,
stopping only at prinoipal stations. Arrives at Aftoomr
at 3:10 a. m, Ilarrisbarg* 8:28 a. m, Baltimorrf KiSCC
p.m, New Yorkt via Allentown 4:10 p.m. Philadelpfefaf.
1:10 p. m, and New York via Philadelphia at 5:42 p.
Breakfast, Dinner. Supper.:!
Daily, aU other trains Sunday excepted.
SLEEPING CARS are attached to all night trains to
Philadelphia, New York and Baltimore.
Baggage checked through and transferred free,
TICKETS FOR THE EAST, (Including Boston by
boat or rail,) passing over this road, can be purchased
at all principal stations in the West,, Fare as low as
by any other route,
E I S
By this route. Freights of all descriptions, Including
Live STOCK, can beforwarded to and from Philadelphia,
New York, Boston or Baltimore, to and from any point
on the Western Railways, by SaUroad direct.
By Steamers, freight can also be forwarded to any
accessible point on the rivers and lakes of the West.
For freight contracts or shipping directions, apply to
oraddress eitherof the following agentsof the company.
S Kingston, Jr. Freight Agent, Philadelphia
A Carpenter. Freight Agent, PUUburgh
Clarke & Co, Transfer Agent*, Pittsburgh,
IIW Brown Co, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A Statu A Co, ZanetviUe, Ohio.
Hall Co, Marietta, Ohio.
W E Langley, OaUiopoUt. Onto.
McColm, PorUmouth, Ohio.
Barke, Jfadiioa, Indiana.
W Aikman, Keannitte, Indiana.
Morehead Co, Louitvitte, Kentucky.
Love, MaysvilU, Kentucky.
Wilson, Nashville, Tennessee,
Sass, St. Louis, Missouri,
Clarke Co, Chicago, Illinois,
TJ__TIO__5rIliIlT__-.
FAST FRE1QBT, via PENN'A R.
"BROAD TREAD" CARS,
Which run through between the Eastern and Western
cities, irrespective of changes of gaugo. Th Union
Line is the authorized Fast Freight Line,and is worked
on all the routes over which it undertakes to transport,
under contracts which secure to the property entrusted
to its charge, the best facilities for fast and uniform
movement, that the roads over which it passes possess,
Whereiime. it guaranteed* a forfeiture of Five Cents
per 10016* is allowed for detentions, foreverydaybeyond
the time specified.
Forfurther information, address the following agents
of the "Union Line:"
11 W Brown, 27 west Zd street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
8 Thacher, §B north High street, CbUtmbus, O.
W Stewart, Cleveland, Ohio.
A Thompson, Neva Oomerstoum, Ohio.
W Haslett, ZanetviUe, Ohio.
Sam'l Gray, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Davis, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
E Bryant, Torre Bautc, Indiana*
W W Chandler, Chicago, Illinois. :•••,••
W E Robinson, S24 Main street, LouUvGu, Ky.
N. Stevens, 4ft Olive street, », Louts, Missouri
BR Wilson, Nashville, Tennessee,
James Tallmadge, Jr„ Memphis, Tennessee.
THE? PENNSY_VA»__ RAILROAD CO*
Will not assume any risk for baggage.'except for wear
ing apparel, and Umit their rcponsibllity to One Hun
dred Hollars in value. -AU Baggage exceeding that
amonnt in value, will be at the risk of the owner, un
less taken by special contract. ,£'-' __
B. H. WILLIAMS, Oen'lSimeHntendent,AUoona,Pa
HENRY W. GWINNBR, Oen'l Ticket Agent, Phtla,
H. H. HOUSTON, Oen'l FretghtAgent, PhUa.
^TTSETHE BESTF'
EXCELSIOR
HAI E S O E
18 THE BEST PREPARATION ever presented to the
public for the Hair, and the only article possessing
all the merits claimed for it.
IT. MAKES HAIR GROW ON BALD HEADS
Arrests its falling off or turning gray, cores .«!,
diseases of the sculp, and makes harsb, wiry hair
beautifully soft and luxuriantly glossy but abovo all
is the marvelous rapidity with which
GRAY HAIR IS RESTORED
To its original color. Use It a few times, and. lo!
your gray hairs hare disappeared as If by magic.
IT IS NOT A DYE,
But strikes at. tho roots of the hair, supplying them
with new life and coloring matter. It is a much bet
ter dressing than Oil or Pomatum, and avoids their
deleterious effects. It Is elegantly prefumed, is easily
applied, and is in all respects agreeable' to the senses.
If, after a fair trial, this does not prove to be the best
preparation before the public for the hair, the money
will he refunded.
Put up in large bottles, and soldby all druggists, at
$1 per bottle. "-. V..' __^__
DR. P. B. CLOCK. Proprietor.
N0catfcmB
Manchester, N. H.
PULLER, PINCn PULLER Chicago, General
Northwestern Agents. •. _••.
•ol8n41-ly L. O. 8lM8, Agent for St. Cloud.
O 18 HEREBY O I N THAT APPI.I
will be made to the District Court nf the
Seventh Judicial District of the State of Minnesota,
at a general term thereof to beheld at the Court Howe
at St. Cloud, in and for tho County of Steams, oh the
1st Tuesday, being the 2nd day, of October, 1666, at
the opening of the Court on that day or as soon there
after as ronnscl can be heard, on' petition and behalf of
Rachel Mrore, to vacate that part of the Town of
Sank Centre,- in said County of Stearns, hereinafter
designated nnrdescribed, as follows, to wit: All that
part of Eleventh Street between Main and Seventh
Streets also the unonmbered fractional Block lying
between said streets and the Sank River, according to
the recorded plat thereof.
Dated Sauk Centre, August aOth, 1866.
RACHEL MOORK.
Proprietor of the Town of Bank Cenh P.
N. H. MiNea. Atty. for applicant.
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Are selling their large stock of
Crockery,
Hats and Caps,
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(3¥ocfceryy
Crockery,
Yankee^Notions,
Y_tiikee Notions/
Yankee Notions,
Ut Cost,
At Cost,
At Cost.
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Great Bargains!
Great Bargains I
Great Bargains I
''ij*?s
Dry Goods and Clothing
Dry Goods and Clothing
Dry Goods and Ctothing
qitU
80 per oent
30 per cent
30 per oent
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Boots and Shoes,
Boots and Shoes,
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BOOTS AN SHOES,
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tfoS^ Remember the place.
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A COMPLETE STOCK Of
D_^ Groods^
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WHICH WE OFFER FOR CASH
DEALER IN
Boots and Shoes, late and Cap_
YANKEE NOTIONS,
V'.. Grlasei- Olkina id Oroolcery- Ware
ST.GERMAIN STREET, ST. C^LOXJD, MINNESOTA.
Just opened, an entirely New Stock of Good*, freak ft•_» »W tatt, eonsitting of
EVERY VARIETY O DR GOODS.
COtTON, WOOLEN AND 8ILK FABRIC*,
LADIES» FASHIONABLE DRES8 60Ol»5,
HEAVY PIECE GOODS, SHIRTINGS, TICKINGS,
DENIMS, SHEETINGS, FLANNELS, to.
A Complete Assortment of.
GrLAS^, CHINA AND CROCKERY WARE
sae
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Groceries,
HATS AN_ CAPS,
AND-HARDWARE,'
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as tlie Lov^est
THE PEOPLE OF NORTHERN MINNESOTA
Wilfcfo W6II to examine Our Stock before purchasing
.VTO.• :E^sewhere. •..-,: ••-,..
T8nl9-ly At the Sign «f the World's f»lp,»
s. _B. oi-^__3 & oa., A E
ST. CLOUD, -. MINI*
JOSEP BROKER
O S E O S E
THE GITY DKUG STORE!
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MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS. VARNISH,
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FANCY TOUJET ARTICLES, of the choicest and besl kind*.
aiaboEUIES
A full ttoek of Fretk Family Oroeeriet, including
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, PRESERVED FRUITS. OY8TKR8, LOBSTERB
ALSO, NUTS, CONFECTIONERY, RAISINS, %tTT^
warrant satisfaction to all our customers and would respectfully requaft Id
oall from every one wishes a pure article of Drugs or Medioines, orfirst-classGro
ceries, atreasonable prices. Physicians'prescriptions carefully compounded at all houta
Corner Washington avenue and Chapol street, next door to the P** O*^
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Bflnun.
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Stand.
and Liquors, &c.,
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Kept in full supply,' "to be" sold at the lowest market prices.
ta_ALL. THE POPULAR FAMILY MBDICINHS^-Wi
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