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FREMONT MILLS
STORE!
The undersigned' l«»i his new store
on Washington avenue, next door to West's
Fancy Goods Store,
THE BEST STOC OF
FLOU Ai O O E
to be fonnd in the market,
WHITE WINTER,
& XX SPRING AVKEATil't.OUR,
RYE, CORN MEAL,
3ROUND FEED, COI4N,
OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c.
O I O O I E I I I E S
SUGARS,
COFFEES,
TEA&sr
MOUASSES,
S\L
MACKERAL,
..CANNED]
~Confctionery Catsup 'fc»«eaV Soapy
.Soda, Stare*
kinds, Cigars Shot,
{Dried and^
WOOD YARD
I have also opened, in connection with
my Grocery Store, a Wood Yard, where a
arge quantity of
GOOD HARD WOOD
will at all times be kept on hand for sale,
and will be deUroroaVto order if desired, v,
All goods purchased at my store Will' be
I Delivered Free of Charge
In any part of the city.
JTHE HIG/HRST-MARKET PRICE
will be paid for
Oram and all kinds of Farm
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, [YO-l
STOYKS.
AGRICULTUML
Corner Washington and Lake Streets,
adn^jiiKN. KU
•'. JX."CL0t
Cash paid for old Copper, Brass and
P5^^Pewter.|
|f a a attention paid toallkinds
of tin and sheet-iron Jobbing. VS. 0 3
CHAS. FiPOWBLLvit WM.POWEM..
LeatKerI L'eather!
KESSLER&iRI5EHLv
Importers, Tanners? and, Curriers,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA,
A
RE now receiving and will keep con
stantly on hand the largest and best
stock of Leather and Findings in the State
•—consisting of. .. _. *».
SPAmStt^dtk LEATHER,
OAK &QhM I^EATHERi
I a
HARNESS AND BRIDLE LEATHER,
Tampico aad Maddrass, Morocco Splits,
Shoe and. Saddle Skirting, Belt and
^ace Leather,
\FRENCH CALF SKINS,"
J. R. BENNETT,
Dry Grood s,
CLOTHING,
HAT S & A S TVil
wifM
O 6 a A lifi
Which will be sold an low as they, pan, ban
•and in the. city.
.. .A.,
D.
BOOTS & SHOES
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
LAMPS MfRlCoFS, ORRERIES, ok
fcT^ta tin* gjiiasiioiiw
BI
EING now in receipt of my Fall and
Winter Stock, which has been selected
with care, purchased at close figures and
witlrrsference to the increasing want a of
this station, I would most respectfully in
vite purchase)s to call atd examine my
assortment.
0.7./. DZ Ui(LL
tCft.U '/i
WObDrfjTWARE
COD FISH,
WHITE FISH,?
KEROSENE OIL,
SPICES.
RAISINS.
^CRACKERS,
In Dress Goods
I hare a line line, consisting of French
M»rinoev, (rape du Chenes and Amures,
Alpaccas, Pnrtftnnttas, Tartan Checks,
Poplins, Plaid, Striped and Brocaded, Mo
hairs, Printed and All-Wool Delaines, &o.
LTOiIO .T3 A
Ladies Cloths. Far Victarines and Capes,
Misses' Ermine Victorines and Talmas.
Hosiery. .and Gloves, Ladies' Merino
Vests1 and Drawers, Wool Hoods, Nubias,
&c, &c.
Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches and Flowers.
•7!'^t',
15:ToKifcco-^Bll"u'«
A. BURR.
vSnSfrly
St. Cloud, Jan. 10.1866
C. Fv#W1389MLX,
\o mix
A A 1
MPLFMENTSf
i« fr.,
fcc, I
S in
O N KI S I N S
6,000 Bushels Plastering Hair.
Also, a general assortment ol all kinds
of Findings, &o
Please call and examine our *ck as we
will not be undersold by any hen in the
State, A 3
Particular attention paid oriert.
y&~ Cash paid for Hideo, Furs and Deer
Skins KESSLER & RIEHL,
No. 306 Tiirdstreet
Tt
^g%ef the nBlack
near.." &* W
-Vj^B«s*ea
^frtMMIVW ^A^t^^.fcW^J^i.*^*^
'4$ taa&ai'b]
•i I ban as
Business and Over Confir, Pauley Vests
Undershirts and Drawers, Gray and Fancy
Wool Overshirts, Jackets, Btfck Mitts
Gloves, "Gauntlefs^tc.
«iaif?.:iaii'x BasATg'i'sraws OIH
Saxony, Fur and Cloth Hals, Seal, Nu
tria, Plush and Cloth (Japs, &e.
Trunks, Satchels, Blankets, &c. a
A good assortment of Men's and Bey's
Boots," Ladies', Misses' and -Children's
Shoes and Balmorals, Buffalo'and Cloth
Overshoes, Laced Moccasins, Oil Tanned
Boots, &c.
Al'•'••''*
Crockery/ Glassware, Lamps, Mirrors,
&c.^a very large assortment
nm4 Oi*oceric», **fcc
Qi 1
D:R,-3r Gr-OOD S
IS TUB
CHEAP CASH STORE,
Where you get Good Goods at Low Prices.
A beautiful stock of
3
E S S jGrQQ^S.^
At all prices, from 15 cents upward.
SILK SACQUES AND BASQUETINES,
CLOTH SACQUES AND BASQUETINES
BALMORAL AND HOOP-SKIRTS--
S "A t. ,? V, r] J,
9 New Style*. •. !^.
A handsome lot of
BLACK SILKS,
CLOTHS,
PRINTS,
U-iif-:
CASSIMERES,
MUSLINS,
&c, &c,
§&~ All Very Cheap!-
R. K. TAYLOR,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
N 0 I E I
A persons are
a
tresDb)sIng on
A I OgA A N S
In either cutting Hay or Timber. Paities
desiring permits for cutting grass on any
of said lands
CAN OBTAIN SAID PERMITS1
by calling on the undersigned at his ofl'ce
SI. Cloud.
P. L. GREGORY, Agent
49a For IstDiv. 8t. P. & P, R. R.
»iJllBOiTrCBjtT.taiOTjD.Mnrir^
August 1Mb, 186*.
•John J. JferpJry E»«.
8m: Ton are hereby notified to appear at this oflke
on the 29in BAT OF SEPTEMBER, 1808, at 1 o'clock
M. of said day, and then and there show eause
why your Homestead Entry No. I860, made by yon
at thlsOfflce, October 8th, 18«6, upon of
section 8, township a range 28, in the District of
Lands subject to sale at 8t. Cloud, Hinnn should not
be canceled as one Thos. Ewing alleges an abandon
ment thereof by you, and proposes tSe»a»dtbere to
show the same, when you wiu be permitted to con
test such showing.
augl9-0w|
.HI.. y*"*T:?T--'r~^w~•-- ':~T~r egaKSjw
E, Qi HAIL, Hall, Kimbark & Co.
CHICAGO- OPERA HOUSE ART
A. BO'6 lIK'T 1 W.
teimsf|&E A WILL BE MADE
HE Subscription Books, on being closed, will be placed in tbe hands of the following
gentlemen, who have kindly consented to act as the Chicago members of the Com
mittee to conduct the award of premiums:
W. Fl COOIBAUOH, Prest. Union Nat. Bank.
AMO* T. I Treasurer C. B. &Q. R.
CuNtos Bsioos, Ewing, Briggs & Co.
if
tJC) DORK, President of the Board of Trade.
StL£
raa.r
Boots and Shoes.
ft p'
1
All Of which Will be disposed of at the
very lowest market,rates roR CASH. -tr
v6n!9:tf- I J. R, BENNETT. 1
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
TEAOTY.—Auburn,
Golden, Flaxen and
Silken CURLS produced
by tbe use of Prof. DE
BRJOTX'S Friterle Che
veux. One appplication
warranted to curl
tbe,W-SF
most straight and stub-
born hair of either sex into wavy ringlets or heavy mas
sive curls. Has been used by the fashionables of Par
is and London, with tbo most gratifying results. Does
no iujury to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and post
Mid, SI. Descriptive circulars mailed free. Address,
BERGER, S HUTTS & CO., ..Chemists, I No, 285 River
strent, Troy, N.'^. Sole"'a'gents'for the United States.
fTrniSKER S and
XC8IACHE8 forced
to grow uponthe smooth
est face in from three to
five week's by using Dr.
}8sviGira:'S JtMtaurateur
I Ottpiliairt, the most won
derful discovery in mod
ern science, acting upon
the Beard and Hafrfn ao almost miraculous-manner.
It has- been used by the elite of Parisand London with
the most flattering success. Names of all purchasers
will be registered, and if entire satisfaction is not giv
en in every instance, the utoney will be eheerfully re
funded. Price by mail, seated and postpaid, $1. De
scriptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Ad
dress BERGER, SHCTTS 4 CO.,Chemists.No. 285Riv
er 8t.,gr0y, Tj 8o)e agents for the United States.
E E O E E O I
A THE GUIDE TO'HE&LTH AND BEAUTY,
JUST
PUBLISHED. It teaches bow to remove Tan,
Freckles, Pimples, Bloches, Moth Patches, Sallow
ness, Eruptions, and all impurities of the skin how
to enamel the skin, leaving it white and clear as ala
baster how to produce the fullest development of tbe
female form (as practised by the French, causing the
bust to grow round and full, and if the form has been
lost by padding, lacing, or maternity, restoring it to
more than Its original fullness, firmness, and beauty.
lt:teaches how to reduce in size the hands and feet
produce corpulency or the reverse remove superflu
ous hair cure Corns, Bunions. Warts, and Moles
renew your age cure Drunkenness,Catarrh, Dyspep
sia, Nervous Debility, Ac., how to fiucinate and gain
tb* love and affection of any person you may choose,
together with other useful and valuable information.
No young Lady or Gentleman should fail to send
their address to the undersigned andreceive byreturn
mail a'copy of this valuable work in sealed envelope
free of charge. Address,
BERGER, SHTJTTfl A CO., Chemists,
v8n43-gm. 286 River St. Troy, N. Y.
A S E A S
W I E I I E N A E
FThImproving
a and Beautifying the Complexion.
most valuable and perfect preparation in use,
for giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that is
only found in youth. It quickly removes Tan. Freck
les, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallowness,
Eruptions, and all Impurities of the skin, kindly heal
ing the same, leaving tbe skin white and clear as ala
baster. .Its use cannot be detected by the closest
mutiny, and being a vegetable preparation is perfectly
harmless. It is the only article of th kind used by
the French, and is considered by the Prisian as., in
dispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwads of 30,000
bottles were sold during tepast year, qra sufficient
guarantee of its efficacy. Price only 75 cents. Sent
by mail, post-paid, on recept of an orde by
Yon are hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint in this action, which said complaint is
on file in the office of the.Clerk pf top District Court
in theConnty of Stearns, and state afore»aM, and to
•ervea copy of youtanswsr to the ssjctcomfilaint on
the subscriber, at his office in the town of At. Clond,
8M*rns County, Minnesota, within 30, days after the
service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of it
day of Such service and If yon Still tO'answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid the Plaintiff in
this action will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded inraid.complaint. /.
Dated S Cloud, Mlrih.,: July 26th, A. D. 1808.
CHA8. D.KERR,
Julyafrgw Of St. Clond, Minn., Plaintiff's Attorney
4feQ rWV
HENRY C. WAIT, Register!
W. B. MITCHELL, Receiver.
A
JAS. H. DOWEX, Prest. Third Nat'l Bank
Will be placed in another. From one of these wheels a number will be drawn, and
from the other-wheel a premium will ted$awn at the same time, and the number drawn
will tftWthe premin* drawn with irincaeh case.
JAMES C. FAKGO, Agt. American Express..
FRANCIS A^ HovF^fAN, ex-Lieut. Governor
I. Y. Musfgg ^hern*jfc S^Mt,iEl*^lJrX
J. A. ELLis^Prr5stf^ecojpdN9tipn,al Bank
These gentlemen, together with such others from different, parts of the country.JIB.
they -may add to their number for the purpose of fairly 'representing the- shareholders
%t large, will have the
,~„ ..
i»-i i'J A O I Ly»»A
MAN A GE UENT OF THE A WARD INAliU ITS, DETAILS.
The an ot tUe Award adopted Is the following
Two hundre-i and ten thousand numbers, representing the certificates issued, will be
placed in one wheel, and three hundred and two tickets inscribed with the names of the
premiums, to wit
of ^qoln,
The premiums will be ready for delivery immediately upon the result of the awar
being known and the person by whom the first Premium is drawn will receive a con
veyance.in fee of au.Uuiueumbered Title to the Crosby Opera House subject only to the
existing-leases, the rents to accrn* to the-person to whom the properly shall be award
ed from the day upon which tbe drawing takes place. Information relative to the title
unit legal arrangements will be furnished on application to the reaf estate office of
Messrs. Ree| $..^.reg,,.CHieago.--.,., ^r
CERTIFICATES, FIVE DOLLARS.
With each of ^lil^nJ* -^nfj Steele Engraving worth $5 is given, and with more than
one, Engravings worth the amount of certificates taken.
FOR LIST OF ENGRAVIRG8 GIVEN WITH CERTIFICATES, 49 0EB PK0SPECTV9.
NOTICE—In ordering Certificates please name Engraving desired, and if Engraving
is to be forwarded, to insure its safety inclose nine cents in stamps for tubing. Send
Drafts, Postoffice Money .Orders or Greenbacks, with address of Town, County, and
State carefully written, as every Certificate is fully registered,
And directed either to No. 28 Crosby's Opera House, Chicago. 111. or to No. 625
Broadway, New York.
v9n4-augl6.
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Paintings, and the Bust
U. H. CROSBY, Actuary A A,
S. LAND OFFICE, ST. CLOUD, MINN.,
August 6th, 1866.
To Joshua Moore and James M. Reed.
SIRS You and each of yon are tiffed to appear at
this office on the auiii DAY OF SEPTEMBER, I 8 6 0
at 1 0 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, and then
and there show cause why your Homestead Entries
No. 1218 and 1219, made by you respectively upon the
ne and nwj^, section 24, in township No. 127, range
38, should not be declared abandoned, and your re
spective entries canceled, as one Joseph A. Colby,
alleges an abandonment, and then and there proposes
to show such abandonment thereof by yon and each
of you, when a full opportunity will be afforded you
of opposing such showing.
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LAND
BERGER, 8HUTT8 CO., Chemists.,
v8n43-0m. jB5 River St.,Troy, N. Y.
OTATBfOF J4INNE80TA, COUNTY OF 8TKABN8
District Court, Fourth Judlcfal DistriA, Btcaras
County.
Martha M. Young, Plaintiff, Com
against VSummons-) plaint
William H. II. Young, .Defendant) (. Filed.
[50 cent Revenue stamp canceled.]
"The State of.MlunesoU:"
To William II. H. Young, the above-named defendant.
OFFICB, ST. CLOUD, MINN.,
July 26th, 1808.
James Brady.
SIB You arehereby notified to appear at this office
on the 8TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1866, at 10 o'clock
inittre/orenoon ef saU dsy/aMi then and there show
catoss Why,,your Homestead Entry No. 1222, by yon
made upon the ne \i section 22, in township 127, range
38, in the district of lands subject to sale at St. Cloud,
Minnesota, shov'.d not be canceled, as one, Chas. E.
Jenkins, alleges* abandonment thereof by you, and
then and thert,» pose*..to show the sumo, when an
opportunity offered you of contesting such
showics'- HENRY C. WAIT, Register,
July264w W. B. MITCHELL, Receiver.
U.
YEAR iMd by anyone VrlthI
tQ).6fVP\/lP Stencil Tools.' No experience
sary. file Presidents, Cashiers, and Trensurers
Banks Indorse the circular. Sent free with samples.
Adiress the American Stencil .Toyt JTorks^ Spdng- I I
field, Vermont. vol»no2-«m XJ
I».J«. i'lX
it4i
S. LAND OFFICE..ST. CLOUD, MINN,
August 11th, 1866.
Samuel W. Horner:.
git! You are hereby notified to appear at this oflke
on the 6TH DAY OF OCTOBER, I 8 6 0 10 o'clock in
thefornoon, and offer proof in support of your Home
stead Entry No. 092, made at this office, April 12th,
1865,. on the ne and J4.nw.5i,, section, 34'
township 38, range 29, as an abaadonm.pt thereof -u
alleged by one,Mathlas Sdwhaldroski, who will t»icti
and there appear with'witness tooffer prooflnsu||)ort
of his allegations, at which time you will be permit
ted all the privileges of a contesting party.
".' iiV a HENRYCWAIT, Regl«t.r,
augiaOw] W. B. MITCHELL, Reoelver.
MARRIAGE
\1LD
ICECREAM! ICECREAM!
Goyotto's N Restaurant
and Oonfectioney.
Wathington Avchttet near JE. We9t't$tor0,
S CLOUD, MINN.,
HAVK just finished and furnished, on
the second floor of my Restaurant, a
first-clnss ..:•••. .••V-^i-'
Ice Cream Saloon,
Where the lovers of a good dkfc of Ico
Cream: pan be served with the geftnine ar
ticle.
:i
•••••..
These rooms are fitted up With a view te
the accomniodation of both ladies and gen
tlemen .and all-who call can rest assared
of every attention.
ICECOOL LEMONADE.
I have also a choice stock of
Canned Fruits, Jellies, Candies,
Figs, 'Nuts Raisins,
Cove OyBiers,
Clams, Lobsters,
Tobacco, Cigars,- &c fco.
HOT mStS, COFFER TE» PISTRY
Served on short notice, in good style, and
at all hours.
...-,. JOSEPH OOYETTEi
St. Cloud, May 22, 1866. v8n21-ly
GROCERIES
ATXtt
i= :R, ^t&WiwM^
~We have now on hand and are receiving
a full and complete etoak of Staple and
Fancy Groceries, such as '.
a
COFFEES, SUGARS, SYRUPS,
DBIED FRUITS, GREEN APPLES,
TUBS, PAltS BROOMS,
SOAP, CANDLES,
MACKERAL, COD PISH,
WHITEP I DRIED I S SALT,
VINEGAR, SPICES, NUTS, Ciro'd FRUITS
At Wholesale and Retail.
I O O S S A
Fresh and in prime order.
50 Barrels Winter Apples
The highest cash pi ice will be paid for
FUiR8, HIBJJS,
I ittOOL Akl WHEAT.
A CHOICE LOT OF LIQUORS.
For sale by
Mt. a
HENRY C. WAIT, Register,
aug9-6w|| W. B. MITCHELL, Receiver.
U•
S. LAND OFFICE, ST.CLOUD, MINN.,
August 61b, I860.
To James Hardy and Gordon Hammer.
Sms: You and each of ybu are notified to appear at
this office on the 9 TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1866,
at 1 0 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, and then
and there show cause why your Homestead Entries No.
1254and 1255, made by yon'respectively upon the sel£
and sw \£. section 24, in township 127, range 38, in the
District of Lauds subject to sale at St. Cloud Minn.,
should not be canceled, as one Duaine W. Colby,
alleges an abandonment thereof by you and proposes
then and there to show the same when you will be
afforded a full opportunity of contesting such charge.
HENRY C. WAIT, Register?
augOOwl W. B- MTTCHELii, Receiver.
S. LAND OFFICE, ST. CLOUD, MINN.
August 1st, 1866.
To John Shank.
8m: Ton are hereby rotlfled to appear at this office
on the Is* DAT OF NOVEMBER, 1866, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said-day, apd then and there show
cause why your Homestead Entry No. 1228, made
by you upon the nw section 22, township 127, range
38, in the district of Lands subjeotte sale at St.€lou4,
Minn, should not bo kneeled as due Au^tLRobre
son, alleges an abandonment thereof byyou and pro
poses then and there.to show.such abaatdonmeut
when an opportunity ^U^afforted you ojT opporfn^
"HENRY WATT, Register,
Wj .BUBITCHBLL .Receiver.
s.LANPOPPICB ».eixnevrSHST
July 28th, I860.
2b Horence Oaren. rj2* i..• p,"7 3
8m: You are hereby notified tin appear at this office
on the 1 4 TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1866 at 1 0
O'clock in the forenoon of said day, and then.Mid there
show cause why yotor Ibmsataad Bntry No. 1506,
made by you at this office under date of June 15th,
1865, upon these Ji section 11, township 125. range
34, should not be canceled, as one William H. Lancas
ter alleges an abandonment thereof you, and
proposes then and there to show tbe sanvT* when an
opportunity win be afforded vyou of opposing' such
showing.* .} H1NRYC. WAIT, Register
aug2Awi W. B. MirCHSLL, Receive,
AND CELIBACY.—An Wssav „f
Warning and. Instruction for Young MenX
Also, Diseases and Abuses which prematurely Pros
trate the Vital Powers, with sure means of relief.—
Sent Free of Charge, in I sealed letter envelopes. Ad
dress Dr. J. Scnxis Hovamon*, Howard Association.
Philadelphia, Pa. v8n82-ly.
PAPERS, for sale at
MURPHY & SPENCER,
Lahr's Block, St. Germain street,
v8n20-Iy ST. CLOUD, MINN.
C. PROAL,
Trunk
THIS OFFICE.
3
—ALSO—
VALISES and
TRAVELING BAGS.
He makes also every kind of
A large variety of which is always on hand
MIUTARY SADDLER^,
SADDI.EOT HARDWARE,
WHIPS,
agent for
PvTALCOTT
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
Corner First Avenue and Welles'Street,
LOWER SAINT CLOUD.
DEALER
MUNGER BROS.,
Music Healers.
1
SAINT PAUL, MINN.,
Solo Agents for
Steinway & Sons'
CELEBRATED PIANOS-
.-.: Solo Agents for
CKfckering & Sons*
CELEBRATED PIANOS,
Aia-yilTEO HMO FORTES.
Also—PRINCE'S AUTOMATIC SCHOOL
0 A N S AND MEL0DE0N8.
Aiso-^t5TEY'S Cbn«GE ORBMS.
AH folly Warranted.
We keep constantly on hand the
ONLY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Sheet Mask ana Musical Instrameits
Of all descriptions in Minnesota.
Onr stock of Violins, VioHacellos, Con
tra Basses, FIntes, Fifes, Flagoletts, Claro
nets, Guitars, Banjos, Military Drums of
all descriptions, Braes Instruments, Accor
deons, Strings, etc., is complete,
Church Organs, Melodeons and Pianos
tuned and repaired.
Orders, attended to it Promptness.
T7n26-ly
J.M.B0HEER. E.MOREI80N. C. P. REEVES
BOHRER, MORRISON &
REEVES,
Successors to
O O E A E & O
WHOLESALE
GROCERS,
U,:Sor
AND
Commission Merchants,
HO. 3 JACKSON STREET,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
v8n20-tf
COLLARS, &c
HENRY RIFLES,
O BALLARD RIFLES,
O "PISTOLS, AND
,r~^ CARTRIDGES
N. B\—Orders from a distance solicited
ind entire satisfaction itiven. »7n80
in Clocks. Watches, Jewelry,
Spoons, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Silver
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
s'ee.
Watches, Clocks,.Jewelry, & repaired
in good and satisfactory manner, and on
reasonable terms.
I E & E
CONSTANTLY
on hand,' afull tuppl
of first quality lime, at $1 per barrel.:
or when taken in qaantitir of over twenty
barrels, at 76 cents per barrel.
Lumber and all building material fui
nished to order at the lowest cash prices,:
Every style of Furniture can be furnish
ed immediately at the same office.
AlVkinds of produce taken in exchange.
Office at the New York Store.
FOWLER ft TOBBY.
St. Cioud June 61 h. 1862.
tf,
BOURBON BITTERS.
A HEALTHY TONIC, GKNTI.E STIMULANT AND
UNEQUALED MORNING APPETZER,
Prepared In Ripe
OL BOURBON WHISKY.
Free from Grain Oil, with Flowers, Budsand Barks
of the highest Medicinal Virtue.
These Bitters have received tbe endorsement of more
than four hundred REGULAR PHYSICIANS who have
recommended their use in Dyspepsia, Derangement of
the Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Nervous Prostration,
Debility, and in all cases of disease which in its incipi
ent stages require only a generous diet, and an invigor
ating nourishing stimulant. As a safeguard against
diseases incident to now countries, had water, severe
labor and great exposure, the bitters have never been
equaled.
First. Hundreds of the most successful and respected
Physicians recommend
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS.
Second. The highest medical authority of tho Army
have given their unqualified approval to
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS.
Third. Thousand of invalids, restored to health throngh
their agency, endorse and recommend
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS.
fourth. Thousands of soldiers in hospitals and on the
march have been cheered, strengthened and bene:
fitted by the use of.
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS.
Fifth. Thousands of emigrants on the Western Plains
have been saved from disease and death by the time
ly use of
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS.
Sixth. Travelers on Rivers and the Ocean have found
an unfailing remedy in
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS.
Seventh. Miners toiling far down in the- bowels of tbe
earth, have been protected and preserved by
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS.
Eighth. Thousands of Ladies in delicate health have
had the bloom restored to their cheeks by using
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS.
Stnth. By Increasing the appetite, assisting digestion,
regulating the bowels, and giving tone to the system,
they impart strength to the body and. cheerfulness to
the mind.
4 3 If your druggist Or tradesman has not got these
Bitters, have him send for them,
4 9 Remember the name, and take no other.
For sale by leading Druggists and Grocers everywhere
C. H. SWAIN, Proprietor,
S4 South Water street. Chicago.
At wholesale by BEAUPRE KELLY, St. Paul.
At retail by 8. MARLATT CO., and E. W. L. G.
SIMS, St. Cloud. v8n«Uy
Ui
S. LAND OfFICE, ST. CLOUD, MINN.
Augusmh, 1866.
2b Lampson Fence and Norman B. Floret:
8ms: You and each of you are hereby notified that
on the Slftn DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 18641, at 1 0
o'clock in forenoon of said day, I shall appear at the
U. 8. Land Oflke, at St. Cloud, Minn, and oner proof
in support of my right to preempt fhes%sw}£
section 2, and I W section 11, township 126,
range 34. upon which I filed my Declaratory State
ment No. 2015, on the Sid, day of March, 1866, and
of which tract you are adverse claimants.
aug»-6w ANDREW J. CANNON.
8. LAND OFFICE, ST. CLOUD, MINN,
a August 7th, 1809.
To the Heirs of the Estate of Daniel Adams deceased.
Bra You are hereby notified to appear at this office
on aan DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1806, at 0
o'clock In the forenoon of said day, and then and
there show cause why Homestead Entry No. O*H
made by Daniel Adams now deceased, upon the tJi
sw \i section 18, township 126, range 28, in thedistrict
of lands subject to sale at 8t. Cloud, Mlnn^sbonld
not be canceled, as one Samuel Whitney alleges an
abandonment of said entry and proposes wen ana
there to show thetact of such'abandonmjcnt,whenyou
will be allowed so contest such showing.
HENRY C. WATT, Register,
ansjeewfl W. B. MITCHELL, Receiver.
RAIL ROAR LANDS
First Divisions St, Paul and
Paoifio R. R.C o.
These lands are in.the
struction, and will be
W3«»fee^
.This eosapaoy now oftVr« for tale «B«
Lands granted by Congress to aid in tho
construction of its branch lint from St
Paul to Wntab.
Taller tie Upper Mississippi,
on both sides of the fiver, and embrace
great variety of
The Boad
5s
now in coarse of actnal con-
FINISHED^ TO 8f CLOUD
before the lstday.ai January, 1866.
The Lands are •-_
EXEMPT,FROM TAXATION
until sold tad conveyed by tho Company.
They are offered in tracts of
7
40, 80, OR 160 ACRES AND UPfVARDS
|and will be sold to
ACTUAI,
TTLERS'
is terms.
upon advantag
v- ^"-,
of the Company
esire it,
Terms, cash the bo
at par, or to those who
Long- Credit and
RATES OF INTEREST
LOW
All persons trespassing upon these lands
will bo prosecuted under the reeent Act of
(he Legislature.
For information as to lands in the C«*oa
ties oi
TODD,
CROW WING,
MORRISON?
Apply to
Or to
BENTON,
And the north part of
STEARNS
I WRIGHT AND SHERBURNE,
8T. CLOUD,
E O E
Land Commissione*,
vfi J^tf St. Paul, Minn
A S a & I S a in
S A E
ROGErtS & GILMORE, Proprieto
Havingi eceived a new and splendid .€^*-,
Stocls of Carriage* and Buggies,
we are prepared to furnish Pleasure Par
ties Excursions and Funerals with outfits
on the shortest notice.
Horses suitable fir buggy or saddle oan
always be found nt our stable.
If you want a Horse and Buggy, a Team,
or a Team and Carriage, to go into the
country, or from one end of it to the oth
er, call at our ztable, where you can be
accommodated at all times and at all hours.
N. B.—We are prepared to furnish reg
ular and transient
O A I N
For Horses, at our stable, at reasonable
rates. We would respectfully state that
"Billy" Young, whom all know to be au
fait in the business, will be on hand at all
hours, night or day, to wait upon custom
ers. 'For particulars, call atouroffice.
v5n52-If ROGERS & GILMORE.
a a *s»iL«Ile,
The undersigned nas lust erected ^f^pa,
a large and 'commodious stable on the cor
ripr of L.-ike Street and Povry Place, oppo
sii Clark's store, near the Central House,
which he has filled with livery stock, com
prising a number of
I N E O S E S
Suitable for either riding or driving, and a
rarietj ol
A N S O E I E S
For single or double team.'
Commodious, elegant carriages for pleas
ure parties always ready.
All orders for teams for excursions. Fu
nerals or a. Journey will be attended'to
promptly.
His stock is of the best kind, aad he in
vites his friends to call.
L. B. SILSBY.
St Cloud, June 23d, 1863. t5o49-ly
MEAT MARKET.
FRESHsMeat,l
Hams, Sausage and Vege
table of al kinds, kept constantly
hand. Shop on St. Germain street.
CHAS.LUEG.
UNION MEAT MARKET.
THOS. Q. ALDEN,
Would respectfully inform tho people of St
Cloud that he Is prepared, to furnish them
with all kinds of the choicest fresh meat.
Fresh beef, veal, pork, mutton, poultry and
game in its season, at prices as low as the
lowest. A share Of the public patronage is
solicited. Shop one door-north of Powell's
Hardware Store.
St: Cloud, May 18th, 1864. r6n48-tf
E A A E
JOSEPH. HOWARD, Proprietor.
All kinds of meat—beef, pork, chickens
turkeys, sausage, pudding, smoked tongue,
A kept constantly on hand and for sale
at the lowest rates. All persons wishing
meat are requested to call. Opposite the
Fletcher House. nov29-ly
Th flhnsoa dt HamllaCablmetOrsraa*,
forty different styles, adapted to sacred and secular
music, for $80 to $600 each. FIFTY-ONE GOLD
or SILNBR MEDALS, or other first-class premiums
awarded them. Illustrated Catalogues free. Ad
dress, MASON HAMLIN, Besreir, or MASOV
BROTHERS, N«w Yea*. vBnU-ly
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