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W. B. MITCHELL. E I O
Thursday, Sept. 6, 1866.
UNION S A E O N E N I O N
Tho Union elector* of tho SUto of Minnesota who
are in fuvor of asserting and maintaining the rights
of the loyal people through tin ir representatives in
Congress to prescribe the conditions on which the
late rebel States shall bo allowed to participate in the
Gouoral Government, and who favor the proposed
amendment to the Federal Constitution, are requested
to send delegates to a convention to be held in Inger
soil's Hall, in St. Paul, Minn., ou Wednesday, the 19th
day of September, 1866, at 11 o'clock v. M., for the
purpose of nominating candidates for State Auditor
and Clerk of t'ie Supreme Court, to bo supported at
the next general election and for transacting such
other business as may properly come before the con
vention.
Delegates from unorganised counties not namel
will be subjected to the action of the convention.
K. BUKSLT, Chairman. C. C. DAVIDSON,
W. CBTTER, J. FHANKKNFIELD.
B. S. YOVMAXS, T. C. MCCIXM,
Faro Joss K. V. CROWEI.L,
Clio. MOTT,
Union State Central Committee.
St. Paul, August 10.18G6.
S E A N S O N UNION O N E N
I O N
A Convention of the Union electors of Stearns
county—embracing all who endorse the spirit of tho
State aud Congressional calls—will be held at Saint
Cloud, at the Court House, on S» Sep
in 1 5 I 8 6 0 at 2 o'clock r. M., for tho
purpose of electing four delegates to ntt« nd tho Un
ion State Convention -to be held at St. Paul, Septem
ber 19th, and four delegates to tho Congressional Con
veution to be held on the 20th of September.
"Alsii. to place in nomination candidates for the offi
ces of County Auditor, County Attorney, Clerk of the
District Court and Commissioners for the 2d, 3d and
4th Districts also, to chooso delegates to attend the
Senatorial and Judicial Conventions and to transact
any other business that may properly come before it.
The different townships will be entitled to the fol
lowing representation St. Cloud, 5 Sank Centre,
Maine Prairie and Fair Haven, 2 each and the re
maining townships one delegate caeh.
It is suggested that the different townships hold
their primary meetings' on Wednesday evening, Sep
tember 12th, 1S68. W. B. MITCHELL,
Chairman Union County Committee.
St. Clond, Ang. 30th, 1866.
N E W E E
We received word 1 tst night that our
new Power Press bad arrived at Big Lake
It will be brought up at once, and unless
some unforeseen difficulty should oc
cur, we will issue a nine-column paper
next we k. Send in your subscriptions.
E O N E S S I O N A N O I N A I O N
In less than two weeks trom (his date,
the Union voters of this District will be
called upon, in delegate Convention, to
place in nomination a candidate for Con
gress. Never was there greater necessity
for a sober, deliberate and judicious choice.
Never were more momentous interests at
stake. If, during the days when the rebel
lion was in arms' we needed trusty legisla
tors', so do we now need them when rebel
lion is sneaking into the high places of
government, endeavoring to gain by treach
ery what it could not by force. All -feel
ings of personal prejudice, local demands,
and like minor considerations should be set
aside in view of the graver issues resting
upon the result of the canvass this fall.—
The undoubted, the undeniable choice of
the great majority of the Union men of
this District, is the present able member*,
Hon. I. DOSXELLT, who has for two terms
so well and faithfully represented Minneso
ta in Congress. The most rigid scrutiny
fails to detect any flaw in his record, polit
ically or otherwise. He has never flinch
ed in discharging his whole duty to his
district, his party and the country. He
bears the reputation of being one of the
most indefatigable workers in Congress,
and his success in obtaining the passage
of measures beneficial to the State has
wrung praise even from those who were
loth to give it, as witness the following
from the Lake Superior (Wis.) Gazette:
Minnesota has always been blessed with indethtig
ble members of Congress. They get railroad land
grants and all else they ask for. And to crown their
success, they have obtahiedjnn'appropriation of $50,
000 for a Custom House, Poet office, and Federal Court
rooms.
Not a word, has ever been breathed
against Lis honesty and uprightness, save
by one or two sheets, well known as calum
niators from choice, falsifiers by profession,
and ready at lies from long habii. Their
charges are but the foulness that can pro
ceed from any unclean source, and disgust
butnever convince. In point of ability, he
ranks with Congressmen by many years
his seniors and of much longer experience.
In evidence of this, we call attention io an
extract from the Boston Traveler, published
on the first page of this issue. As a parli
amentarian he was acknowledged by
allror,'
parties to be the best in the State, even
before he entered Congress, and while
Lieut. Governor of the Slate.
There is also another point well worthy to
be considered, and which is thus clearly
stated by the New York Independent:
Long service is needed to make Senators and Repre
sentatives thoroughly proficient and useful. It is
generally better to re-elect a tried man than to send
a fresh one who begins as an apprentice where his
predecessor endod as a master.. Massachusetts prac
tices this shrewdness—returning the samo members
again and again, till they inevitably rise to the head
of committees and become the leading spirits in Con
gress.
Minnesota needs this experience—the
great Union party needs it. It would be
as foolish as it would be useless to say
that it is not a powerful lever in the hands
of any people who are wise enough to use
it. The thorough acquaintance with busi
ness, the personal influence with other
members, the good will of heads of depart
ments are all the work of time, and are ad
vantages deliberately thrown away when a
new Representative i» exchanged for an
old one.
And, further, the political issue is fairly
made up between the President and Con
gress. The people understand it, and
they desire, and the} have a right to de-where
mand, that they be allowed to express it
^unqualifiedly. Mr. Donnelly is closely
identified with the acts of the -late session
of Congress touching all questions of re
construction his position is Well known,
and it isfitthat he be the 'candidate by
whom these principles shall be endorsed
or condemned in the approaching cam
paign. The Union men know that he is
tried and true. Others of the candidates
mentioned for the position may be equally
true and reliable, but the country is with
out the same public evidence of the. fact
It would be unwise to exchange certainty
for uncertainty.
For these, and other reasons that might
be mentioned, we urge the nomination of
Mr. Donnelly, and we believe the selection
ass-saw
is warranted, nay demanded, by policy,
interest and justice, both toward the Dis
trict and the Union party.
E O E S E E O
St.CLOUD, MINK, Sept.3d, I860.
EDITOR DEMOCRAT.—I would respectfully presont
the nume of Lorcn W. Collins, of this County, as a
proper person to receive the nomination, by the com
ing Republican State Convention, for Clerk of the Su
preme Court. Mr. Collins served with distinction du
ring tho war iii the 7th Regiment Minn. Toils., and
all who know him can be a witness tohis bravery, abil
ity and patriotic impulses.
I know of no person from Northern Minnesota solic
itous of being placed upon the ticket iu the ensuing
election, and it is but right that we should be repre.
seuted there. Mr. Collins is a gentleman who would
do credit to the-position, a lawyer by profession, and
his past services to the couutry recommend him as a
fit subject for the consideration of the Convention.
His nomination would be a compliment, to his lato
comrades in arms and would give general satisfaction,
I believe. Hoping you can consistently rsnder him
such assistance as you are able, I am,
Yours Respectfully,
OBSERVER
We can cordially endorse the statements
of "Observer" ooncerning the worth and
capability ot Gapt. Collins. Although but
recently become a citizen of this place, he
has wou many friends by his genial social
qualities, creditable deportment and admit
ted legal qualifications. Ithaa been justly'
claimed by many that, as the candidate for
State Auditor will undoubtedly be taken
from the southern portion of the State,
the Clerk of the Supreme Court be
longs to this sections Should Capt. Col
lins be tie nominee of the Convention, we
arc confident that the people would accept,
the selection, and, that he would satisfacto
rily dscharge the duties of the office.
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A E N E O S I E
It is a generous though deserved tribute
which the principal painters of the East
ern cities pay to Mr. Crosby, in the follow
ing note. They and their brethren all
over the country aro contributing magnifi
cently to the success of his great Art
Union enterprise. We are gratified to
learn that the sale of tickets has already
been such as to make success certain be
yond peradventure.
U. H, CROSBY, Esq., Chicago, 111.
DEAR SIB—We. the undersigned artists,
of New York, Philadelphia and Boston,
learning ofyour misfortune, and the gener
ous desire of your fellow-citizens of Chica
go, and others, to assist you in re-estab
lishing yourself through the success of the
"Crosby Opera House Association" take
pleasure in assuring you of our hearty
good will and co-operation, wishing you all
success, and continuance in well-doing, in
briuging Art so advantageously and gen
erously before the whole people:
A.Bierstadt, W.Hart.
Wm. Bradford, W. J. Hays,
A. F. H. Dethaus, 8. R. Clifford,
Launt Thompson, R. W. Hubbard,
Tbos. Le Clear, A. D. Shattuck,
g. J. Gay, Regis Gignoux,
W. J. Heads, I. S. Casiiear.
Thos. Hicks, Wm. L. Sontag,
Frederick E. Church, I. P. Kensett, r.'
E. Leutz, Constant Mayer,
W. H. Beard, N. Neblig,
Wm. Page, I. B. Irving,
Louis Lang, J- F. Cropsey,
James M. Hart, I. R. Brevort,
Julie B. Beers, D. C. Fabronius,
James Feu man, J. B. Stearns,
of New York.
Thos. Sully, T. Henry Smith,
Ed. Moran, Thos. Moran.
Geo. O. Lambdin, J. Lambdin,
P. B. Waugh, Edmund D. Lew to.
E. II. Bensel, John Sartain,
1). It. Knight, I. Hamilton,
P. F. Kothermel, O. G. Rosenberg,
Jos. John,
of Philadelphia.
Geo. L. Brown, T, Robinson,
Virgil Williams, A. H. Bncknell,
W. A. Gay, F. B. Williams,
J. Morviller, G. N. Cass,
F. J. Fletcher, J. Ames,
Geo. Fuller, F. M. J. Johnston.
Wm. M.Fisher, F.H.Bcbois,
ofjjoilon.
tm a»
THE attendance at the Great Loyal Con
vention now in session at Philadelphia, is
immense. It is one of the grandest politi
cal assemblages of the age. We will give
fuller accounts of its doings neit week.
"I," PRESIDENT JOHNSON, had, at latest
accounts, arrived on his stumping tour as
far as Toledo, Ohio. "I," "my," "me,"
"myself," and "my policy" lie scattered
along his route as thick as pebble stones on
a river's bank.
—Let the patriotic people of the United
States, who have given of their blood and
treasure to put down the slaveholders' re
bellion, note the following from the Rich
mond Examiner
We are conscious of no 'crime' and no 'er
but of misfortune only."
A Newburg paper says the "old gen
tleman" must wag his tail injoy at the ar.
guments used by some persons in the late
Christian Convention in Albany, who essay
to make the difference between a man of
tiie world and a Christian as little as possi
ble. The Y. M. Christian Convention pro
posed, very sensibly, that "the difference
betwean a man of the world and a Chris
tian" should consist in conduct and not in
cant—-in doing good and not in abjuring
innocent and wholesome amusements under
pretense of piety.
$5.00 REWARD.
Strayed from the Subscriber, Sept. 2d,
near Kingston, a large BLACK DOG, with
long hair, a little white on breast, and some
of the toes white. If any onefindingthe
dog will leave him with Gorton & Burbank,
St. Cloud, or at the Clearwater Hotel, so
that I can get him, they Will receive the
above reward. JOHN HINEB.
MUSICIANS' HALL.
MARTI N I S E
Would announce to the public that he has
fitted up rooms in' bis new building, on
Richmond avenue, above St. Germain at.,
he will at all times be prepared to
furcish his friends with the
CHOICEST WINES $ LIQUORS,
GOOD BEER $• CIGARS.
A call is respectfully requested from all
who would like to regale themselves with
the best to be found in the city.
MARTIN FISHER.
St, Cloud, Aug 21st, 1866, n5
S A E
From the subscriber, in Lower St. Cloud,
on the 7th inst., one BRINDLB COW,
about seven years old, slim, well-shaped
boras, short teats, milks easy, is of a shy
disposition, and bad on when last seen a
large bell, with strap about tour inches
wide. Any person returning said cow or
giving information of her will be suitably
rewarded. J. W. BURDICK.
St. Cloud, Aug. 13th 1866. 6-8w
,pBs»-«-MMi-Bsca£
HORACE GRBPY.
Horace Greely is thus, «ketohed by theago
New York Citiaem
"Greely's taste/ are singular—almost
pathetically—simple. No man of equal,
or even approximating power, is so little
8elf-oon80iou/ so little self-asserting in bis
personal r*(ations. He has a large and
fertile Um at Cbippaqua, on the Harlem
railroad, and there he takes his few and
deaWy earned holidays—'drinking water
like a camel' from a pure spring which lies
in a hollow near the bottom of a tumbling
cascade upon hie grounds or taking exer
cise with a hatchet jn thinning out the
trees of his plantation where they grow too
thickly for mutual development. His farm
is an aggregation of many farms, bought
up. witb the patient economy, of years, and
contains in consequence, nearly a dozen
orchards, making as many scperute pur
chase's of small estates. Of these orchards
and iheii thriftiness he is more proud than
of ull the power of the Tribune. To keep
them free of apple worms is with him a la
bor of affection. How many barrels they
produced Inst year, and how many barrels
he has hopes Ihoy will produce this season,.
are themes which he. discusses and dwells
upon with no less app rent Interest, and
far more viv icity. than his pen displays in
dissecting Secretary McCuHoch's estimates.
His present house is not ilie one he means
to occupy, being ihe ono ho found on the
central farm at the time of its original
purchase. It is a very simple frame struct
ure of only some halt' dozen rooms but to
its left is a honuiilul cascade tumbling
down through thickly wooded slopes, and
brawling oyer mossy rocks and close to
its margin, or at least in view of its de
scent, and in hearing of its continual mur
mur, he is clearing a plateau on which his
future homestead is soon to rise. Only a
few choice pictures in tne -parlor, and some
sculpture bought during his visit to Italy,
mark out the interior of the house as differ
ent from that of similar houses of its class
belonging to the uncultivated farmers of
his neighborhood.
"On this land it is Greeley's, delight to
try costly experiments of sub-soiling and
new manures new agricultural imple
ments, and new crosses in the various
breeds of choice cattle. When he 'has
seen justice done bis poor friend the
ne-SHOES
gro,' and sufficient money to secure the fu
ture of his children, our philosopher be
lieves that he will have philosophy enough
to abjure both literature and politics, and
go off somewhere fishing.
"Of domestic history the subject of our
sketch has little, owing to the continued
delicacy of his wife's health. His greatest
sorrow was the loss of an only son
hisAll
greatest joys, nest to tne decree of univer
sal emancipation, two promising daugh
ters, the elder of whom is now being edu
cated at the Convent of the Sacred Heart
in the upyer part of this island."
—A celebrated actress, whose fresh
smile and silvery voice favored the decep
tion, always called herself 'sweet sixteen.'.
She stated her age at sixteen in a court
room as a witness. Her son was directly
after placed on'the stand,, and asked how
old he was. 'Six months older than moth
er,' was! the honest reply.
.*
—"Pa, I know why the. old fashioned
pistol of your'n that grandpa,fitwith in the
old revolution is called, a horse pistol."—
"Why, my son "Because it kicks so."
—Tobacco should not chewed, but
chewed.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
D. M. G. HCBPHT. GEO. H. SPENCEB.
MURPHY & SPENCER,
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Highest cash price paid for
Furs,
.Hides,
Wool,
And Wheat.
St. Germain Street, opposite Brokers' Block,
ST. CLOUD, v8n20 MINN.
ICECREAM! ICECREAM!
Goyette's New Restaurant
and Cohfeotioney.
Washington Avenue, near J. E. West's Store,
ST. CLOUD, MINN.
I
HAVE just finished and furnished, on
the second floor of my Restaurant, a
first-class
Ice Cream Saloon,
Where the lovers of a good dish of Ico
Cream oan be served with the genuine ar
ticle.
These rooms are fitted up with a view te
the accommodation of both ladies and gen
tlemen and all who call can rest assured
of every attention.
ICE-COOL LEMONADE.
I have also a choice stock of
Canned Fruits, Jellies, Candies,
Figs, Nuts, Raisins,
Cove Oysters,
Clams, Lobsters,
Tobacco, Cigars, &c, &c.
HOT MEILS, COFFEE, TEA I PASTRY
Served on short notice, in good style, and
at all hours.
—An exchange paper says: "Never
let people work for you gratis. Two years
a man carried a bundle for us, and we
have been lending him twenty-five cents a
week ever ainoe."
—Some men cah't bear to have their leg
cutoff. Others can lose "flesh of their
flesh" and "bona of their bono" without
a murmur. '.'•• .
am an
—Machinery, like some, great persona
ges, often travels around incog.
1
—The wretch who at asocial party said
that a young lady playing a pianoforte was
like an ape, because her fingers were
among-keys, has been arrested.
-... e»
—When are soldiers like good flannels
When they don't shrink.
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
O S E E O
Has in store, and open for' the inspection
of purchasers, a complete stock of
AH kinds of
A S A N A S
Including the. fashionable styles.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
The genuine KED JACKET BITTERS only sotf
la quart bottles never by the gallon, quart or mat.
Sea that oar private Government stampit amoTokea
over each cork.
Bold by all druggists and dealers throughout the
country.
CallforRed Jacket, and take no other.
areolars to the trade supplied on apuUcotion.
BENNETT P1ETERS & CO.,
Streets
JOSEPH GOTETTE.
St. Cloud, May 22, 1866. v8n21-ly
r-srr-j-sr-K"
AND GAITERS.
Mens' and Boys'
BOOTS AND SHOES.
YANKEE NOTIONSTQUEENSWARE, &C.
for sale Cheap for Cash or in exchange for
Country Produce.
JOSEPH EDELBBOCK.
St, Cloud, June 20,1866. v7n42
THESBdifferent
BITTERS ABB FREFABED Of PTJ1B
Bourbon Whisker, from a combination of ever
twenty kinds of roots, barks and ksrbs,
which act in perfect concert one with the other, are
pared .from the original formula given by the greet
chief Bed Jacket, to Or. Cbapin, who used them no*
csssfhlly In his practice for many yean, and-by their
use gained so great a popularity In the treatment and
core of Dyspepsia, Liver Camplaint, Constipation, Biok
and Nervous Headache, lever and Ague, and all dis
eases arising from torpid liver and indigestion. Per
sons suffering from either of these loathsome diseases
will find a cure by the use of these Bitters, which a
perfectly pureand free from all those drags and pot*
sons usually put up in such preparations, and palmed
off on an unsuspecting public. A single trial wul con
vince the most skeptical that in the BED JAQKJR
there ia a virtue that no other, Bitters
They strengthen and invigorate the system.
They are unequalled for general debility.
They area cureforDyspepsia.
They give good and healthy appetite.
They assist digestion.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stoamch
They cure Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet,
They are the best stimulant in existence.
They ore a preventive of Fever and Ague.
They relieve Constipation.
They cure Nervous Headache.
They are perfectly para and palatable.
a
s.,
embracing nil stuplo articles.
A Benutiful.A'ioitinent of
LADIES? DRESS GOODS,
summer styles.
Men's and Boys'
O I N
for summerand fall.
Proprietors.
ai aid AYZHTO,
E A O O
"TTSE THE BEST
IDTb. O S
EXCELSIOR
HAIR RESTORER,
IS THS BEST PREPARATION ever presented to the
publicforthe Hair, and the only article possessing
all the merits claimed for it.
IT MAKES HAIR GROW OUT BALD BRADS
Arrests its foiling off or turning gray, cures al,
diseases of the scalp, and mokes harsh, wiry hair
beautifully soft and luxuriantly flossy hut above aU
is the marvelous rapidity with which
GRAY HAIR IS RESTORED
To its original color. TTge it a few times, and lot
your gray hairs have disappeared asif bymagic.
IT IS NOT A DYE,
But strikes at the 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,toeasily
applied, and is in all respects agreeable to the senses.
If, after a lair trial, this does not prove to be the best
preparation before the publicforthe hair, the money
wilt be refunded.
Put up in large bottles, and soldby all druggists, at
1 per bottle.
DR. V. B. CLOCK. Proprietor.
Manchester, N. H.
FTJLLER, FINCH FOXUB, Chicago, General
Northwestern Agents.
vo!8n41-ly L. 0 SIMS, AgentforSt. Cloud.
NOcatioC
I E IS HBREBT GIVEN THAT APPM-.
will be made to the District Court of the
Seventh Judicial District of the State of Minnesota,
at a general term thereof toheheld at the Court Honss
at St. Cloud, in and for the County of Stearns, on the
1st Tuesday, being the 2nd day, of October, 1866, at
the opening of the Court on that day or as soon there
after as counsel can be heard, on petition and behalf of
Rachel Moore, to vacate that part of the Town of
Sauk Centre, in said County of Stearns, hereinafter
designated and described, as follows, to wit: All that
art of Eleventh Street between Main and Seventh
also the unnumbered fractional Block lying
between said streets and the Sank River, according to
the recorded plat thereof.
Dated Sauk Centre, August 20th, 1866.
RACHEL MOORE,
Proprietor of the Townof Sauk Centre.
N. H. Mum, Atty. for applicant. aug304w
A I N E A
We are manufacturingVsuperior quality
A I N E A
which we will sell at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
at reasonable prices.
F. HERBEROER.
Manufactory opposite the bridge at Funk's
Brewery, St. Cloud, Minn. v8n37
C. SCBULTMN CQ.'S COLUMN.
SERE! HERE! HERE
HERE1 HEREI
C.Schulten&Go
Sehulteii& Co
CSchulten&Co
Are selling-their large stock of
rj:
3 is: ,sc -~o
Boots and Shoes,
Boots and Shoes,
Boots and Shoes,
si
Crockery,
Crockery,
Crockery,
Eats and Gaps,
Hats and Caps,
Hats and Caps,
Yankee Notions,
Yankee Notions,
Yankee Notions,
At Cost,
At Cost,
At Cost
Great Bargains!
Great Bargains I
Great Bargains 1
Dry Goods and Clothing
Dry Goods and (nothing
Dry Goods and (nothing
30 per cent
80 per cent
30 per eent
BELOW COST!
BELOW COST!
BELOW COST!
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
-. it:
TJ3TE3
Established
WBoall
|s_F Remember the place.
T8l|
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I E W O O WM
BOOTS AN SHOES,
ST. CLOUD,
•,-- vasn:
S. O E & CO.
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JTTSO? IfcZECSEI -bJ-D I
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Dry Goods,
CROCKERY AND HAKDWAM,
a in a a W a
ST. GERMAIN STREET, ST, CLOUD, MINNESOTA.
Just opened, an entirely New Stock of Goods, fresh,from the East, consisting of
EVERY VARIETY OF DRY GOODS.
COTTON, WOOLEN AND SILK FABRICS,
LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS OOODS,
HEAVT PIECE OOODS, SHIRTINGS, TICKINGS.
^^SS5=—• u-UJU.MJivjgj^^WPi
Groceries,
HATS A N CAPS,
WHICH WE OFFER FO CASH
-A- Low as tlie Lowest
THE PEOPLE OF NORTHERN MINNESOTA
Will do well to examine Our Stock before purchasing
Elsewhere.
S IB. O E & O
v8ni9-ly At the Sign of the "Wprld's Fair,"
JOSEPH BROKER,
DEALER IN
Dry Goads, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
Grroceides, Frovisions,
DENIMS, 8HEETINGS, FLANNELS, Ac A
A Complete Assortment of
GLASS, I N A AND CROCKER W A E
v8n47-tf O S E O E E
THE CITY DRUG STORE!
MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH,
PureW and Liquors, Ac
Kept in jull supply, to be sold at the lowest market prices,
IS. ALL THE POPULAR FAMILY- MEDICINES.-*!
_____
&___, ...
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, of the choicest and best kinds.
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A full stock of Fresh Family Groceries, including
SUGARS, TEAS, CQFFEES, SPICE8, PRESERVED FRUITS, OYSTERS. LOBSTERS
ALSO, NUTS, CONFECTIONERY, RAISINS, So.
i7fTr*nt eatisfcotion to all our customers and would reapectfullj request to
from every one Irishes a pure article of Drugs or-Medioines, orfirst-classGio
eeneii atreasonable prices. Physicians' prescriptions eareiuUy compounded at all hour*
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Corner Washington avenve and Chapel street, next door to the Post Qffe*
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