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Default having been mad* in the conditions
of a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated the
90th. day of October 1867, made and executed
by the Winnebago Water Power Company, to
H. 8. Hard of Heaaepia County Minnesota,
whereby and by the terms of which, Ihe said
Water Power Company sold, conveyed and
vontrmed unto the said H. 8. Hurd, an heirs
and assigns, the following described lands
situated in Stearns County in the Territory(aow
State) of Minnesota, vis: "Beginning at the
South west corner of Block numbered Fifty two
(52) in the Town of Winnebago, and running
from thence, northerly set Stock street, to the
North west corner of said Block thence,
on the North line of said Block, to the
Mississippi River thence down ta/i River
to Bridge Street., thence on the north side
of Bridge Street, to the place of beginning
together with the Tavern House stand
ng on said Block" together with all and singu
lar the privileges and appurtenances thereto
belonging, to secure to the said H. S. Hurd, hia
heirs and assigns, the payment of Eighteen
Hundred Eighty Seven dollars and twenty two
cents($1887 and 22 cents) and interest thereon
at the rate of three per cent per month until
paid, according to the conditions of one prom
issory note bearing even date with said Inden
ture of Mortgage, made and executed by the
said Winnebago Water Power Company, to the
said H. S. Hurd and which mortgage contains
a power of dale, and was duly recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds for said Stearns
County, on the 22d day of October 1857, in
Book "A" of Mortgages, on pages 91. 92. 93.
There is claimd to be due and is due on said
Mortgage, at the date of this notice, Twenty
three hundred Eighty One dollars auJ Sixty
Seven cents, and interest on Eighteen Hundred
Eighty Seven dollars and twenty two cents at
three per cent per month, from July 14th 1858:
and no suit nor proceeding at law has been had
nor instituted to recover the sum claimed on
said Mortgage, nor any part thereof: and by
reason of the default made in the condition
thereof, the power of saletherein contained, has
Therefore, notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the power of sale in said mortgage con*
taincd, and in pursuance thereof, and of the
Statute in such case made and provided, the
mortgaged premises hereinbefore described, to
gether with all and singular the priviliges and
appurtenances thereunto belonging, will be
sold at Public vendue to the highest bidder, at
the office of the Register of Deeds for said
Stearns County, in St. Cloud, in said county,
on the 10 day of September next, at One o'
clock in the afternoon of said day, to satisfy
the amount then due on said mortgage, togeth
er with the costs and expenses of such sale.
July 14th 1858 H. S. HURD.
6 w. Mortgagee.
Default having been made in the condition of
a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated the 20th
day of October, 1857, made and executed by the
Winnebago Water Power Company, to Pen-en
Getchell of Hennepincounty, Minnesota, where
by, and by the terms of whicli, the said Waier
Power Company sold, conveyed and confirmed
unto the said Perren Getchell, his heirs aud as
signs the following desribed lands situated in
Stearns couuty in the State, (then territory) of
Minnesota, viz "-Begining at the south west
corner of block numbered fifty two (52) in the
town of Winnebago, and running from thence
northerly, on rock street to the north west cor
ner of said Block fifty two (o'l) thence on the
north line of said Block, to the Mississippi riv
er thence down said river to Bridge Street:
thence on the north side of said street, to the
placa of begining:—together with the tavern
house standing on said Block together with
all and singular the privileges and appurtenan
ces thereto belonging, to secure to the said
Perren Getchell his heirs or assigns, the pay
ment of Three hundred ninety*doUars and sixty
eight cents ($390,68 cts) and interest thereon
at the rate of three per cent per month until
paid, according to the conditions of one promis
sory note bearing even date with said indenture
of Mortgage, made and executed by the said
Winnebago Water Company to the said Perren
Getchell: while said mortgage contains a power
of sale, and was duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds for said Stearns County,
On the 6th day of November 1857, in Book "A"
Of Mortgages, on Pages 106,107, and 108.
There is claimed to be dne, and is due on said
Mortage, at the date of this, notice, Four Hun
dred ninety three dollars and eighty one cents,
($493,81cts) and interest on Three hundred
ninety dollarsand sixty eight cents ($390,68cts)
at the rate of three per cent per month since
Jnly 14th 1858 and no suit nor proceeding at
law has been had nor instituted to recover the
•am claimed on said mortage nor any pgf
tian thereof and by reason of the default made
in the condition thereof, the power of sale there*
is contained has become operative.
Therefore notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the power of sale in said mortgage con
tained, and in pursuance thereof and of the
Statute in such ease saade and provided, the
mortgaged premises above described will be
sold at public vends*, to the highest bidder, at
the office ofthe Registerof Deedsforsaid Stearns
Bounty,in St. Cloud,thereinon the 17th day of
September next, at ton aVdockia the forenoon of
•aid day, to satisfy the amonnt then dne on
said mortgage, together with the coats and ex
panses of such sale.
Jnly lash 1858
Wo offer, on long tuna, at a moderate rate
of interest, with a small payment down, the
l&Miaia, ConroKTaBTi & ILIISHD
recently completed bY O. W. CURTIS, and
situated on second avenue St. Cloud. The lot
on which said residence is located is HOfj
front by 132ft deep. This is one of the most
desirable pieces of property in St. Cloud.
Apply to, or address, by letter
CURTIS & LESTER
St. Cloud Juue"24tb.
on reasonable terms, or Id per cent off for
For further particulars
MILLER & Swissnttn
July 21st, 18p9,
RET All. PRICE CURRENT.
CORKtCTEB WKfcK.LV, BY
I E & S W I S S E
Grocers and Provision dealers, Lower St.Cloud.
ST. CLOVD, June 17, 1858.
Flour Extra, per bbl.
do Extra, bags,
do Superfine bag,
Corn Meal per bag,
Wheat per bush,
Corn per bush,
Oata per bush
Buckwheat per bush
Pork, Mess per bbl
do per lb,
Bacon Hams common per lb
do do Canvassed
Butter per lb,
Cheese per lb
Eggs per doz.
Raisins per lb
Currants per lb
Dried apples paired per lb
Dried Peaches, unpaired,
Tea, Young Hyson,
do Gunpowder and imperial
Soap. Cast Steel per lb
do Family,.per bar
Candles, Star, per lb
do Mould, per lb
Window Glass, per half box, 8x10
A HOUM AND LOT
Second Avenue- in Lower St. Cloud.
MOUSE IS NSW AND W I NNISHSO,
six rooms and in a desirable location.
Other sizes in proportion.
Putty, per lb,
White Lead per lb,
Linseed Oil, per gal.
Whale Oil, per gal,
Molasses per gal, 80c(o 00
Vinegar, per gal 'Abv% 40crpiHS
Stone ware Churns. 1 25
Wooden Buckets, 80e(5 40c
do Tubs 1 00® 1.50
Corn Brooms 30c(J?.40c
Salt, per sack, of 200 lb* 4 50
de lb 2}@3c
do Dairy, sacks, 40c(tr50c
Powder, per lb, 50e(«,60c
Lead, per lb, .15c
Shot, per lb. 15c
Gun Caps, G. D, per box, 10c
do Water Proof 15c
Nails, per keg, 5 50(« 7 50
do per lb, 1_%9c
Dry hides per lb, 8e
Cooking stoves with fixtures complete$25^S35
Rice per lb, lie
Crackers, per lb, 12|c@15c
ST. ANTHONY BOOK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 15
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER,
FISHING TACKLE, POCKET CUTLERY,
FANCY ARTICLES, TOYS, &c.
OPPOSITE THE FALLS, ST. AMTHOST, MINNESOTA.
June, 10, 1858. vollnol3,ly
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER,
Hain Street, Upper Town,
S JL2~~r~LDlr~"9 Is/L.
Clocks and Jewelry repaired
on the shortest notice. All work war
ranted, aud entire satisfaction guir.mteel.
W were inside the mark in oar lust
weeks statement of our railroad prospects.
W had doubted the reports of the very
early construction, thought they savored of
gas hot are now fully ratrad that we may
reasonably expect the road from S Paul to
St. Cloud to be completed in two years,
while it will be in running order as far as
S Anthony by the first of next December.
So we are not out of the world, even if we
are within sixty miles of the buffalo pas
"I has been solemnly adjudged by the
highest judicial tribunal that slavery
exists in Kansas by virtue of the constitu
tion of the United State*. Kansas is there
fore at this moment as much a slave State
aa Georgia or South Carolina."—President
Away, then, with the demagogue op.
peals for the mU of tike majority, with
which the country is BOW rife on the sub
ject of Kansas"— Wn*himgton Unto*.
N E W GOODS!!!
MILLER & 8WIS8HELM,
O W S O O
just received a large assortment of
goods, among which are the following:
All kind* of Molasses, Sugars,
Coffee and Tea, 20 Cooking
Stoves, Nails, Glass, Oils,
Whits Lend, Flour, Grain,
Corn Meal, Vinegar,
Dried Apples A Peaches, Tobacco
Powder, Shot and Lead.
ALSO HAMS, SIDE BACON,
SHOULDERS, PORK, DRIED BEEF,
CHEESE, BUTTER, LARD,
BEANS RICE, &c, &c.
ALSO, A S E MEASURES
WOODEN BUCKETS, STONE
W A E CHURNS,
&c, &c. Give us a call.
May 20, 1858
FURS, GRAIN, POTATOES, BUT
TER EGGS, LAND WARRANTS, STATE
SCRIP, &c, Ac. MILLER & SWISSHELM.
May 20, 1858.
CLEAR THE TRACK!!
E A S A E O I N
TTE have just opened a large and fresh as
Groceries, Raoon, Pork, Flour
Feed, Grain, Nails, Cooking
Stoves, Window Glass,
Ac, Ac, Ac
Which will be disposed of very low for cash
or country produce, at our new store, at the
lower steamboat landing.
May 13 '58. MILLER & SWISSHELM
Forwarding and Commission.
7 E respectfully .solicit the consignment of
Goodsand Merchandize, either for store
age or for sale upon commission, at our new
store and warehouse, lower steamboat landing.
May 13, '58 MILLER & SWISSHELM.
J. W. METZROTH,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Corner First AvenuefcWelles St,
LOWER SAINT CLOUD.
IVEALEBj in Clocks, 'Watches Jewelry,
±J Spoons, Spectacles. Gold Pens, Silver
Thimbles, &c, &c, of fine quality, which he
bought this side of Chicago. Call and see.
.. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c, repaired in
lie 600i and satisfactory manner, and on reasona
new and beautiful Hotel is situated
upon the bluff just above the Lower Ferry
in the town of St. Cloud, commanding one of
the most beautiful views oil the Mississippi
river. The Proprietor assure* all who may
visit this place that Ids table shall contain every
bounty and luxury which can be obtained both
at home and abroad. It i« his intention to keep
the above hotel as a first class one in every res
I N N N I O I O
Spring of 1858 will commence
on the 8t of February, and conti
nue sixteen weeks. A full and thorough course
of lectures will be given, occupying six or se
ven hours daily, with good opportunities for
attention to practical Anatomy, and with am
ple Clinical facilities at the Commercial Hospi
The arrangements of the chairs will be as
t. E. St. JOHN, M. D.,
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology.
J. F. JUDGE, M. D.,
Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
A. J. HOWE, M. D.,
Professor of Surgery.
C. H. CLEVELAND, M. D.,
Professor of Materia Mediea and Therapeutics.
WM. SHERWOOD, M. D„
Professor of Medical Practice and Pathology.
J. R. BUCHANAN, M. D.,
Emeritus Professor of Cerebral Physiology and
Institutes of Medicine.
JOHN KINO, M. D.,
Professor of Obstetrics and diseases of Women
The terms for the Session will be the same
as heretofore, vis.:—Matriculation, $5,000.—
Tuition, $20,00. Demonstrator's Ticket,$2,00
Every Student is required to engage in dissec
tion ine Session before graduation. Gradua
tion, $20,00. Ticket to Commercial Hospital,
The lecture rooms are newly finished, neat
and comfortable, and in a central locality,, (in
College Hall, Walnut 8treet,) where Students
will find it convenient to call on their arrival.
Tickets for the Session may be obtained or
the Dean of the Faculty, at his office, No 113,
Smith Street, or of Prof. C. H. Cleveland,
Secretary of the Faculty, No. 189, Seventh
J—w gjjjtj M. P., Peaa.
Owe of the eight new sloops-of-war
ordered by Congress, will be built at each
of the following navy-yaida: Portsmouth,
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washing
ton, Norfolk, and Pensneoln, and at San
Francisco provided the necessary timber
can be procured there.
"If the conference bill pass,
miy comeinto the Union aa a Slave State,
or the cannot come inatmfi. That is the
IDl&TTGr* S O
The entire assortment is for sale very low,.
for CASH, or will be exchanged on reasonable Bringing with him an experience of eight years,
terms for PRODUCE, HIDES, MARKETING, having acquired a thorough knowledge of
medicine previous to his engagement in the bu
siness, he feels confident that he can give satis
faction to all.
DRUGS, 1EDICIIES, CHEMICALS, «c.
Corner Pint and Jefferson Streets,
LOWER SAINT CLOUD.
VVJOULD respectfully inform hisfriendsand
the public generally that he has just re
ceived and opened for their inspection, a fall
assortment of the above.
Families desirous of procuring a pure article
of medicine, or wishing their prescriptions fill—
ed with care and accuracy, will give him a call.
The Profession are invited to call tlicy will
find his stock to consist of all medicines in ge
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all
hours of the day or night
in Clothing, Cloths, Cassimeres,
Yestings and Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods, to the inspection of which he invites
his friends and the public.
Cherry Pectoral for sale at
ARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
ELLS' celebrated medicines for sale at
MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
new Discovery for sale at
MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
Gargling Oil for sale at
MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
ARTIN'S Concentrate! Extract of Jamaca
Ginger for sale at
MARLATT S DRUG STORE.
UIAFFENBURG Medicines constantly on
hand at MARLATT'S DRUG STORE.
RAYMOND, OWEN, A Co.,
MASCFACTtRKRS AND 1KALEBS IN
Lower St. Cloud Minnesota.
County Surveyor & Civil Engineer.
VT^OULD respectfully inform the citizens of
W St. Cloud and the public generally, that
he will promptly and faithfully attend* to all
business entrusted to his care.
PsS* Office near his residence on Third Ave
nue, Lower St. Cloud.
THE EMERSON HOUSE,
E-cVST SO?. O O I
J. EHERSON, PROPRIETOR.
rPHE above house has heen refitted and refur
\_ nished and the amplest accomodations have
been constructed for the reception of visitors
the proprietor pledges himself to spare no ex
pense to render his visitors comfortable.
has been erected, 60 by 35 feet, which can ac
commodate 27 Horses and 18 Oxen, and there
will always be a plentiful supply of feed on
hand, and careful Ostlers.
N E W S O E
2STE*V7* O O S
O W I E S
In Upper St Cloud, Stearns Co., H. T.
subscriber would respectfully announci
to the citizens of St. Cloud and vicinity,
that he has established himself in the Dry
Goods business, in the building formerly occu
pied by L. A. Evans, (and directly opposite
Proctor & Clarke's Hardware Store,} where he
has just opened his large and well selected
Jewelry, Bonnets, Fancy Silk, Dry
Goods, and Ready-made Clothing.
Of every description, and of the very best
quality, which he is now offering for sale on
the most reasonable terms. His entire stock
was purchased in New York, at such prices,
that he flatters himself cannot be undersold by
any other establishment of the kind on the Up
per Mississippi. He hopes by diligence and
attention to business, and having for his motto,
Quick Sales and Small Profits,"
to merit a share of public patronage. All per
sons in want of anything in his line will do well
to give him a call and examine bis stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as he can sell as cheep
as the St. Paul merchants.
First Street, near the Saw Mill.
"ITTOULD respectfully announce to the citi
VV *ens of St. Cloud and vicinity, that he h:
opened a Blacksmith shop, at the above plate,
where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in
his line, and hopes to merit a share of their
undersigned takes this method of in
forming those who may have bouses to
build mills to frame, or carpentry and joinery,
in any or all of its branches, that he is prepar
ed to take contracts, and do all kind1* of work
in this line, on the most reasonable terms and
in a good, workmanlike manner.
Window Frames constantly on
han and made to order, also, Planeing,
Sawing and Turning of all kinds done on short
BAYMOXD. J. H. OWES. K. A. SMITH.
J. Y. I I E
Doors, Circular or Gothic Head Sash.
Blinds and Frames, or any other desired
pattern, made to order on short notice. Kiln
dried lumber constantly on hand.
N. B. Doors and Sash for sale at my manu
factory, on First street, near the Stearns House.
M. P. NOEL,
MILLER A SWISSHELM,
DIALERS IV REAL ESTATE,
Water Street, Lower Town, St Cloud.
C. C. ANDREWS,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
SAINT CLOUD MINNESOTA.
J. E S
River Street, near the Stearns House.
HENRY G. KILBOURNE™
Deputy Sheriff and Notary Public.
VT7ILL attend to Collection of Debts and
YV Payment of Taxes on Land. Invest
ments made for Capitalists. Twenty-five per
eent. per annum guarranteed.
T. H. BARRETT,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office on First Sticet, Lower St. Cloud.
Maps of all surveyed lands, and plats of al!
the leading towns of Northern Minnesota, can
be had at all times at office.
C. F. A W. POWELL,
received at the St. Cloud Harlw.r
Store, a complete assortment of
Shelf and Heav Hardware
Locks. Latches, Bolts, Butts, and S rew
Carpenters and Farming Tools. Planes. Sav
Axes, Hatcheti and Hammers. Shovels sin
Spades, Hoes Mattocks. Xails, Gla-s aud Putty
STOVES AND TIN-WARE.
We have now the best variety of Stoves ever
brought into the Upper Country, among which
•ire the famous Charter Oak, Diamond Rock,
Shanghai, Wisconsin, .Morning Star. Forest
Green, and Arctic Air Tight.
Our facilities for doing all kinds of work in
the Tin. Sheet Iron, and Copper Di pertinent,
are complete, —to which branch ol the busi
ness we call particular attention.
CHEAP CASH STORE S
River St, Lower Tow n, St Cloud
subscriber keeps cons antly on hand a
large and well selected assortment of Dry
Goods, Clothing. Boots and Shoes, Hi ts and
Caps, Lady's and Misses' Bonnets and Hats,
every variety of Glass Ware, Clocks, Looking
Glasses, Violins. Brushes. Tobacco, Cigars
Vanko Notion*. &c,. & &.C,
GEORGE F. BROTT,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE.
S constantly on hand a large quantity
and Timber Land also, town
property in 8t. Anthony, Minneapolis, St.
Cloud, Shakopee, Brottsburg, Syracuse, New
burg, St. Marys and Mille Lac. ltf
O S I
A. E. HUS8ET.
WM. J. PARSONS,
COUNSELLOR I LAW
H. Z. MITCHELL.
CHANCE FOR ALL OCT OF EMPLOY
MENT, secured by the smallest investment
ever before offered. Full particulars will b-.
se it immediately upon receipt of your addres.
and post stamp.
This is no catch-penny aft* ir. like ma
which have been offered East, but sterling va
lue and of practical utility. Address,
3m Ypsilanti, Mich.
W. CIRTISS. H. C. 1ESTKB.
CURTISS A LESTER,
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE
for sale Prairie, Timber, and I'otton
Lands, in Southern Minnesota. Lots in
St. Cloud, Winona, Minneiska, Wazeca, Carolia,
Altona, 4 &c. Guarantee 2."» per cent, oi
monies invested with them. Negotiate Ioans
on farm securities. &c.
STEPHEN M1LLKR. HENHT SWISSHELM
E ^L ESTAT E AGENCY,
ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA.
PHE undersigned offer their services to loai
|_ money upon beat real estate security: aim
to purchase and sell property either real oi
personal, for a reasonable commission.
They have now for sale, at low prices:
20 quarter sections of good land.
60 lots, (some improved,) in St. Clou.d
20 in Nininger addition to St. Paul.
20 in Nininger city.
10 in Mound citv. Illinois.
MILLER & SWISSHELM.
St. Cloud, May 13, 1858.
JAMES F. KENNEDY,
a on and a
the patronage of all persons in
need of the services of a practical Mason
and Plasterer. His long experience in tji«
above branches of trade assures him ih:tt
will give universal satisfaction his charge:
are as reasonable for work as it can beidonc hj
V[0TICE is hereby given that the Commis
I sioners of Stearns County. M. T., at then
last session, established School District numbei
three in said connty, with the following boun
daries, to wit: The fractions of sections 12.
13 and 24, and sections 14 and 23 in townhips
124, north of range 28 west.
Clerk of Board of County Commissioners.
THE COLLEGEJOJRML OF •EDICIL SCIENCE.
Monthly Magazine of 48 pages, conducted
by the Faculty of The Eclectic College o.
Medicine, is published at One Dollar a Year,
payable in advance. The volume of the Jour
nal commences with the year. Communications
for subscription or for specimen numbers,
aht'ttld be directed to
Dr. C. H. CLEVELAND, Publisher,
139, Seventh Street, Cincinnati, O.
flS that I hav this day given
W. Turner tho remainder of his mi
Hy, and snail claim none of his earning
pay any debts of his cont acting after thl —~~. —t^.* -..«
date. SETHTURXEk. pises for*»bich it has been paid.
SATTSST J. S. Denman.
Antthoo/, April 21st, 1858. 9 St
E C. S I
BOOTS SHOES, AND CL0TBIK
S for sal a large arsonUH-nt of L'
the very best quality.
Custom Boots Constantly on Hat
All kinds of custom work done to ordt
the best manner. A good astortmeut ol Re:
made Clothing for sale cheap. Juct recti*t
good assortment of
SPRING A SUMMER HAT?
Persons in a ant of any of the ab-e uan
goods cannot find them cheaper ilaifneie.
THE PRE-EMPTION LAW
1. The settler must never before have
the benefit of pre-emption under the act.
2. He must not, at the time of making t'
pre-emption, be the owner of 320 acres
land in any State or Territory of iht I nil
3. He must settle oa and improve the lm
in good faith, for his own exclusive ui-e at
benefit, and not with the intention ol sellin
it on speculation and must n. n.akt-, dined,
or indirectly, any contract tr agreement, in
any way or manner, wiru Mny prison or ptr
-oiis, by which the title whk-n Le may ncquiie
of the United States should enure,'in while
or in part, to the bont-tit ot nny peiou except
4. He must b« twenty-one years of a«:e and
citizen of the Unitd Siaies «r *. tor
•igner, he must n»vc declared his intention
come a chuen, before the prot«e«' author
ty, and i-ee-ive a certinc .te to tfcat .-.•feci.
•i. ilerau build a house on «h-.- iaud, ii
.i it. and m.-ik his exclusive home and
mnst a abi -.tit of same at the rime
of lading no ions pre emption. (Un
til :it«ly single man might board with hi
nearest tighbor, bit he same is •.... r^i el
•J a oiiigi*- aa a .uarried man. i-xoopi iv
the sutler is marri d, his fan fly ma.- al
ve in the house.)
6. T? 'aw requires that move ir 1 s:- im
•rovim. nt be made on the land, such as break
ng, fencing. &c but pre-emption* are gran
ed where a Lalf-acre is broken and enclosed.
7. If is necessary that no ber person, en
iiled to pre-emption, reside up the laiid
tho same time.
9. No one is permitted to remote from his
•ivn bind and make prei-mption in tL. same
late torr'f' i-v.
9. The settler is e.,uired t.. bring with him
the Lanu unite a wi-iu -r }.rut..t ai pli
ca 'on. settinjr forth the facts So bis case of r»
1st, -d and 3d requi »i ents here mention d.
wit «i certificate appended, to be »ned by
ther iister and receiver, and male affidavit
to me same.
10. He is also required to bring wiib him
esneet»hb» witT««m h?p n"ii!ti»'«»./-«.
is knowing to the fact of his settlement,
m»ke aftiuavu io ttie «n. -n. 6th, 7th and -ie
equirements here mentioned, with the sam
^et forth on paper, with a corresponding blank
erlific.-ite attached, to be signed I ii laud
11. Tbe pre-empt or. if a foreign?*', ts ust
.ring with him to the land office, duplicate*
of his naturalization papers, duly signed b.
the offi in I from whom they were received.
A minor who is the head of a family, or a
*'dow, may also pre-empt, their families bein
-equired to live on the land.
The settler is required to file a written de
claratory statement of the intention to pr
•mpt, before he can proceed with his pre-emp
KKE*—1st. The fee required by the regis
ter, for filling a declaratory statement, is one
2d. For granting a pre-emption the register
and receiver can receive fiftv cents.
THE ST. CLOUD VISITER.
THK ST OI VISITEK will not be the or
^an of any party or sect, but the members of
tny can be heard through its columns in any
irticle of suitable length and sufficient literary
nerit. Thefirstpage will contain tales, p..»e
ry, anecdotes &e and western readers will
tlways find a summary of uown gleaned from
Eastern exchanges, while a large space will
be devoted to giving Eastern readers correct
nformation about the great North-West. In
thie -artment we expect the assistance .»f
-e ml nndred local reporters, farmers an 1
the., wives. Red River traders, lumbermen,
land agents, surveyors, hunters &c, men an
vom*:u woo dwell in the land, walk up an I
iown: and go to and fro in it: but we wiU
use all possible dilligenee in making personal
•bscrvations and not mislead our readers by
ilse or «xaggerated reports.
On all moral andpoliti -al questions tho Vis
iter, will aim to ueai fairly by those wLo dif
fer with it but the editorial department will
•ever represent anything but the convictions
if the editor. Cnn«H|uently its coed will be.
1st. The Divine law is tne Supreme law in
Jl lai ds created by its author.
2d. All nen are created f.-ee: and equal in
heir right life, liberty and the pursuit of
3iL The Bible, and th* Constitution of the
United States are anti-slavery and human
-hattledoin is unconstitutional in any associa
ion professing to receive either LS fundamen
4th. Paying taxes a unwomanly, as vo
ing and is a privilige w" 1 ould be exclu
sively confined to "white malecitizens, oft? i
tnd other countries."' until women
hem the responsibility of «aying what shall
•e done with the niomy they are required to
•ontribnte to the public treasury.
5th. Slavery, Intemperance, Affectation, 'ge
aorauce, Idleness. Lanu Mon poly••w\ Laige
'ities are the seven great evils which cure
he East, with a multitude of miset as more
wonderful than the "seven wonders of rsh
world and they must lie abolished be ore toh
reign of peace on earth and good will to ui»tn
can be fully established.
6th. St. Cloud, in despite of all we iould do
to prevent, will, at no distant day. h« a large
city: aud it is our duty now, to do what we
ean in laying the foundations f.r as much, of
the good, nnd buildiug defnees against
much, as possible, of the evil attending these
hoards of crippled humanity.
7th. Our motto is the true philosophy of
life. Be sure you have turned your face to
liberty and light, your back to the bondage
and the esh-pofa of Egypt. Look straight
towards the better land and to the greatest
amount of good you can acromqlish on the
iourney. Then—"go forward I*' What! into
the Rel Sea of 'oil, of danger and apparent
death Yes! If the path of duty lies through
the deep waters, "go forward!" and the irre
sistable right arm shall divide the waves.—
Ameu and Amen.
JASS o. SWISRKLV Editor.
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