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3 A WQ are iridebfetttd 0JTU? Ahfrfch
for tfocumeata of various kinds, Many
thanta. lo bwb dsidw -^J ,8$I .-:.! ..'
a fnJwfr S «wl qUenUou,to thotad
vtflisefcfetiW '-tn.**•Qfll^rli^xia%t9ter it Fort
^so^c.of.gijr^mpya. ,., mbadhsoM I
t^^fpfti v4?fti8f:-^5lr. Calvert's drlVe has
bce«, passing this point for the lasMew
days. .It is large, and the logs are of a
superiorqfcafrty.-1 «i'a, *»*OTai*j-
BKD IUVSR TKAMSI—A large number
of teams, frpitt jSeltlrt &c.!,, &&', are now
^il|^^meirn^iinuil .'y^yagqi'.to gjjt Paul,
^^yW^yvQljS^Clo'tt^qiifcmoo owV'i noi
:o S*:"CL6virfiji$p tftj^Jr^tiw: Sain
uel E. Adams, the, new Receiver of the
'3tf.f Siivafaa :Ofcee at jttaa piaeeVha^ 'taken
.:ol*arge, of his office, We learn that ho
has made a ver^ faVoraWe impression and
our' Republican gentlemen agree that, so
long^as we ate to'' bo cursed tfith Pemo
t'crati betfer ihen than Messrs/ Adamsi and
Cruttendeu could noi have been selected,
for1thefr respective positions.. 'u-: ,.
', ''Coi.jpXTi.—-Wb are infonned, upon
good authority, that the Pioneer is entire-
lyn^t^eh'in attributing the removal of-silence.
Col. Haya to his Douglas proclivities.—
11iej)rb|ier officer at' Washington alleges
the difficulty to lie a-' difference between
t^the.Q^ana the Department, in the mat
ter of! balancing accounts.
EMIGRATION-—Still continues to pour
into Sauk Valley, Douglas and Mononga
lia counties, &c, through Si. Cloud. It is
the better:sort of emigration too. Not a
speculator among-thein. 'Hard fisted far
mers with their families, cattle and farm
ing implements. Let them come, there
still |s room.
ARRIVAL.—Elder Phillips, who teaches
a select class in Latin, was made glad, on
last Sabbath night, by the arrival of a
new pupil, who, from his costume appears
to have come from Eden. His education
has been so neglected that it is hinted he
"doesn't know beans"—says nothing but
yah!. yah and will doubtless puzzle
the Elder to get him through Virgil in
the next twelve inonihs.
:TUE GLORIOUS FOURTH.—Don't forget
that they are to have a splendid picnic at
Clear Water, on July the 4th, to which
the people of St. Cloud," Monticello, Fair
Haven, Maine Prairie &c, are cordially
invited. They have secured a superior
Band and choir to furnish music for the
occasion nud the Revs. Messrs. Whitney
and Merril, and Stephen Miller Esq and
others will speak. As there is no proba
bility of a celebration here, we bespeak a
general attendance from St. Cloud.
MARLATT & SIMS.—-This firm.receive
new goods by almost every boat They
sell drugs and chemicals so cheap as to en
tirely obviate the necessity of our citizens
sending below for medicines. They have
everything,! demanded in this market, and
any of our people desiring medicines,
drugs, varnish, oils, putty or anything in
that line, should call at their establish
H. MITCHELL has received at
his store/ Lower Steamboat Landing, a
large stock of calicoes, bleached and brown
sheetings, cotton flannel, domestic and
foreign ginghams, and summer goods of aQ
kinds, which purchasers would do well to
call and examine. His goods are of a good
quality, and his prices low.
7 rr. .»' t»
Reported expressly for the DEMOCRAT, ly
Marlatt $ Sins, Druggists, SL Cloud.
7 A. M.
N E W A E I S E E N S
\'l PROPOSALS FOR HAY.
OFFICE OF A. A. QUAETEEMASTEB,
_,_. FOBT RIPLBV, MiiiH.,
:jf 21st June, 1860.
Scaled proposals will be received at this of
fice until the" 10th'of July next, at 12 o'clock
M., for furnishing to the Quartermaster's De
partment at this Post, the following article
in quantity named, and of the quality specifi-
S OF HAY, of geodsecurity
and nutritious quality} free of weeds. To be
,dejtffered,apd stacked in good order, atsuoh
place as the,A, A. Q. M. may designate, near
5, the barracks at Fojrt Ripley, Minn., on or be
,iforftth€|2^t^day August, I860,:
,. Kaqh pi-oposal m,ust be accompanied' with a
guarantee, «gncd by two* good and sufficient
KecurMiea.j,,!!r.. ,••. fl« 2P,ni ai
|, To bo endorsed PROPOSALS FOB HAY, Land
addressed to thoundevsigned. ..-•, :.(!•[! '.
,,, Tcjaons interested in tlicse contract*,are r#
fipecttulljf invited to be present when the pro
posal? are opentd. M& 3, WATSON*,
I 2dLt. 2 &
juneL'8-6w A. A. Q. M-
AMori^AT CH^c^o,' iSiAx i^iu^lSfiO.
UKSOLVKD, That we* the dolegatcdrepresen
tative* pt the llcpublican olc}torB of the Uni
ted States, in Convention assembled, in the
di-chu-ge of the duty we owe to our constitu
ents and our country, unite in the following
declft-ati*ift! 3 $ 9 fl
lsj(. 'Tfialt the history of the nation'during
the last four years, 'has1 fully established the
propriety -and necessity of' the ©rganization
and pcrpetWft't*i»nri6f the Republican party
and that the onuses which called it into exis
tence arb permanent in their nature, and now,
SftbW than ^vet'/befbire,^^mahd'itypeaceful
and' constitutional triumph. I
%. That the maintenance of tho principles
promulgated in the Declaration of Independence
anil embodied ftr'thc Federal Constitution, the
right to life, liberty and the pursuit OF"happi
'Ues^, is essential to' the -'preservation of eur
Constitution, the Rights of the States, and the
Union'of the States must and shall be preserved.,
8.' Tlrat to the "Union of the States thitfnatlon
o?Wes its unprecedented increase in popula'tion,
its. surprising development of toaterial resour
ces, 'its' rapid 'augmentation of wealth", its hap
piness at home and its honor abroad rtfnd we
holdiP abhorrence'all'schemes for Disunion,
come from whatever:so.urce they may And we
congratulate the eountry' ihat nor RepuDliban
member of Congress has uttered oroountenan
ced the threats of Disunion so often made by
Democratic members, without rebUkeeindWith
applause from'their political associates and
we denounce those threats of disunion, in case
of a popular overthrow of their ascendency
as denying the vital principles of a free gov
ernment, and as avowal of contemplated trea
son, Which it is the imperative duty of an
indignant People sternly to rebuke and forever
4. That -the.K maintenance' inviolate of the
Rights of the States, and especially the Viglit
of each State to order .and control its own
domestic institutions' according to its own
judgment .exclusively, is essential to that bal
ance of nowers on which tlie' pcrfectibn" and
.endurance of bur political fabric depends and
we denounce the lawless invasion by armed
force of. the soil of any State or Territory, no
matter under what pretext, as, among the gra
vest of crimes.
5. That the present Democratic Administra
tion has iar exceeded our worst apprehensions,
in its measureless subserviency to.the exactions
of a sectional interest, as especially evinced
in its desperate exertions to force the infamous
Lecompton Constitution, upon the protesting
people of Kansas in construing the personal
relation between master and servant to involve
an unqualified property in persons in its
attempted enforcement, everywhere, on land
and on sea, through the intervention of Con
gress and of the Federal Courts, of the extreme
pretensions of a purely local interest in its
general and unvarying abuse of the power
intrusted to it by a confiding people.
6. That the people justly view with alarm
the reckless extravagance whieh pervades ev
ery department of the Federal Government
that a return to rigid economy and accounta
bility is indespcnsable to arrest the. systematic
plunder of the publics treasury by favored
partisans while the recent startling develop
ments of frauds and corruptions at the Icdeval
Metropolis, show thdt an entire change of
administration is imperatively demanded.
7. That thenew dogma that the Constitution,
of its own force, carries slavery into any or
all of the Territories of the United States, is
a dangerous political heresy, at variance with
the explicit provisions of that instrument it
self, with contemporaneous exposition, and
with legislative and judicial precedent is
revolutionary in its tendency, and subversive
of the peace and harmony of the county.
8. That the normal condition of all the ter
ritory of the United States is that of freedom!
That as our Republican fathers, when they
had abolished slavery in all our national ter
ritory, ordained that "no person should be
deprived of life, liberty or property, without
due process of law," it becomes our duty, by
legislation, whenever such legislation is ueces.
sary, to maintain this provision against all at
tempts to violate it and we deny the authori
ty of Congress, of a territorial legislature, or
of any individuals, to give legal existence to
Slavery in any Territory of the United States,
9. That we brand the recent re-opening of
the African slave trade, under tho cover of
our National Flag, aided by perversions of ju
dicial power, as a crime against fluraanity and
a burning shame to eur Country and Age and
we call upon Congress to take prompt and ef
ficient measures for the total and final sup
pression of that execrable traffic.
10. That in the recent vetoes, by their Fed
eral Governors, of the acts-^of the Legislature
of Kansas and Nebraska, prohibiting slavery
in those Territories, we find a practical illus
tration of the. boasted Democratic principle of
Non-intervention and Popular Sovereignty
embodied in the Kansas-Nebraska bill, and a
demonstration of the deception and fraud in
11. That Kansas should Of right be immedi
ately admitted as a State under the Constitu
tion recently formed and adopted by her people
and accepted by the House of Representatives1.
12., That while providing revenue for the
support of the general government by duties
upon imports, sound policy requires such an
adjustment of these imposts as to encourage
the development of the industrial interests of
the whole country and we commend that
policy of national exchanges, which secures
to the working men liberal wages, to agricul
ture remunerating, prices, to mechanics and
manufacturers an adequate reward. for their
skill, labor and enterprise, and to the nation
commercial prosperity and independence.
13. That we protest against any sale or
alienation to others of the Public Lands held
by actual settlers, and against any view of the
Free Homestead policy which regards the set
tiers as paupers or suppliants for. public
bounty and we demand the passage by Con
gress of the complete and satisfactory Home
stead measure which has already passed the
-14. That the National Republican party is
opposed to any change in our Naturalization
Laws, or any State legislation by which the
rights of citizenship hitherto accorded to
migrants from foreign lands shall be abridged
or impaired: and in favor of giving a full and
efficient protection to the rights of all classes
of citizens, whether native or naturalized,both
at home and abroad.
15. That appropriations by Congress for
River and Harbor improvements of a National
character, required for the accommodation and
of an existing commerce, are authori
sed by the Constitution, and justified by the
obligation of Government to protect the lives
arid propeVty of itsi eitizehs:
16. That a Railroad to the Pacific Ocean is
.imperatively demanded by the interests of the
whole country that the Federal Government
ought to render immediate and efficient aid in
its construction and that, as preliminary
thereto, a daily Overland Mail should be
promptly .established- •••,,.. ,.
17. Finadiy,«hawing.thus Bet forth, our diss-'
tinetive principles and views, we invito the co-r
operation $ alt citizens, however differing on
other questions, who substantially agree with
us in their affirmance and support,
O A & S A E E A
having been made in the conditions of a
certain mortgage executed by the Winnebago
Water Power GoS,-to & S. Hurdi of 'Hthue.
pin county Minnesota, under, date of October
20th A. D. 1857, and duly recorded in the
office of tho Register of Deeds of Stearns
county in said State the 22d of October 1857,
at 8 o'clock A. M.. in, Book A «f Mortgages,
pages 91, 92, 93, and 94, and by the said
S Hurd, for a. valuable consideration, sold
& 0 S
Dated May 24th, 1860. Assignee
J. S. & D. M. DKMMON, Attorneys. ',
PURIFY THE BLGOD.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
E N I I 1 3 I S
Free from all Mineral Poisons.
The great popularity which MOFFAT'S LIFE
PILLS and-PU(ENIX BITTERS have attained
in consequence of the extraordinary cures ef
fected by their use, renders it unnecessary for
the proprietor to enter into a particular analy
sis of their medical virtues or properties.:—
Having been more than twenty years before
the public, and having the united testimony
of more than Three Millions of persons who
have been restored to the enjoyment of perfect
health by them, it is believed that their repu
tation as the best vegetable medicine now be
fore the public, admits of no dispute. In al
most every city and village in the United
States, there are many who arc ready to testify
to their efficacy in removing disease, and giv
ing to the whole system renewed vigor and
In cases of Scrofula, Ulcers, Scurvy, or Erup
tions of the skin, the operation of the LIFE
MEDICINES is truly astonishing, often remov
ing, in a few days, every vestige of these loath
some diseases, by iheir purifying effects on the
blood. Bilious Fevers, lever and Ague, Dyspep
sia, Drojjsy, Piles, and in short,most all diseases,
soon yield to their curative properties. N
family should be without them, as by their
timely use much suffering and expense may be
saved. Prepared by
WILLIAM 13. MOFFAT, M. D.
And for sale by all Druggists. v2n89-ly
Consumptive's Calm, Price 3 00 per bet
The Grjefenbcrg Company's
Marshall's Uterine Cathol
icon, 1 50
Sarsaparilla Compound, 1 00
Grajfenberg Pile Remedy, 1 OS
Dysentery Syrup, 50
Children's Panacea, 5 0
Fever'& Ague Remedy, 50 per box.
Vegetable Pills, 25
Eya Lotion, 2 5 per ,bot.
Green Mountain Ointment, 25 per box.
Health Bitters,'. 25 per pack.
Manuel of Health, 25' per copy.
The above medicines are confidently recom
mended to the public. That they may be re
lied on in all cases for which they are recom
mended, is a fact established by fourteen years
Prepared by. the Grarfenbcrg Company, 32
Park Row, New York, and for sale by
S. MARLATT, St. Cloud,
and by Agents, Druggists and Patent Medicine
E. II. COllNELIUS, General Agent,
25 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wis
apl7~6m b: ••. ,h
I I N A I N OILS
For Sale Wholesale and Retail at
ONLY DEPOT IN ST. LOUIS,
NO. 7 SOUTH FIFTH ST11EET.
Burns in Kerosene and all Coal Oil Lamps,
15 TO 25 PER E N LONGER THAN
any other Oil sdld, and has the confidence
of all consumers. NOT EXPLOSIVE, don't
congeal, five times as cheap as fluid', aiid safe
in any hands.
Lamps complete from 75 cents to §75.00.
may24-tf G. W. CURTISS.
OTICE is hereby given that the under
signed Commissioners, appointed to re-tion
ceive, examine and adjust all claims and de
mands of all persons against the estate of John
H. Taylor, late of Saint -Cloud, County of
and State of Minnesota, deceased, will
meet for the purpose of examining and allow
ing the claims against the said estate, at the
residence of Charles Taylor, in Saint Cloud,
County of Stearns and State of Minnesota on
Thursday the 7th day of June, A. D. I860, at
9 o'clock in .the forenoon, and again at the
same place on Thursday, the 4th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1860, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon,
and again at the. same place the 7th day of
February, A D.t8Gi a: 9 b?clock in the foac
noonj, mrd^agamat .the, same place /on *thc 3d
day at NovembeVa. D. 1861, at 9 o^cIock in
And that the time'limited for creditors to
present' their claims to the undersigned Com
missioners for examination and allowance, is
eighteen months from the 7th day of May, A.
D. I860.-'-' .. 1 •:o/T.:v.'oi c-nof
-Dated at-S^inti3roudi^tbrs 14th day of May,,
S E E N MILLER,
H.iJ. FOWLER,^ I Commissioners.
CHARLES T. STEARNS .: fiJ* 1
N 9 Alipieton Webb, under -jdjite
of the ,8th September A. D. 1858, the assign*
ment'thereof Having been' duly recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds of said
Stearns county on the eleventh day of Sep
tember A. D." 18&8,
past four o'clock
p. and was duly recorded in Book of As
signments pages 8 & 4, on which mortgage
there is now claimed to be due the. sum of•j
Two thousand six hundred forty four 27-100
dollars-($2,'644.27),- and no suit or proceed
ings at law having been'commenced to recov
er tho amount so duo thereon, 1 .-"-/
Now 'tHercTore notice is hereby- giveri that
by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage
contained, and pursuant to the statute in such
case .made and provided, the premises "descri
bed said mortgage, to wit: Beginning at
the south west corner of block numbered fifty
two iiTllie tpwnof-Winnebago, and' running
from thence northerly on Rock street to the
north west comer of said block, thence -on
the north'line of said block to the Mississippi
river, thence down said river to Bridge street,
theneoon tho north side of-Bridge, street to
the plape of beginning witn all the heredita
ments and, .appurtenances thereto belonging,
will be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder at the front doer of the Willis House,
in St. Cloud, in said Stearns county, on the
second day of August A 1860 at eleven
o'clock A. M. of said day, to pay the: amount
then due on said mortgage-together with the
costs and expcnses'of sale as allowedTry law.
S I ,«•£ JUPLETON WEBB,
'-may. 17-44--' I
FOR TH E
ST. PAUL, MINN.
-UuLcTB xi A T::r,' O
OUR SECOND LARGE SHIPMENT OF
3 3 O O S
IS NOW BEING RECEIVED, AND
MAYlftG BEEN BOUGHT S
PililCES HAVE FALLEN
I! OFF AT THE
E A S E N A E S
We arc able to offer
to eur customers in the way of
NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS
AT VERY LOW PRICES!
Our Stock of DRESS GOODS is full of New
and Desirable styles In
O A E S
S A W S
O S I E
O E S
E O I E I E S
E A & BRO S E E I N S
W I E O O S
I N S
O O S I S
&c, & &c.
Our Stock is large, and connot fail
to suit in Style, Quality or Price!
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS!
WE OFFER THE
LARGEST«fc CHEAPEST STOCK
I3ST E S A E
AVe have a Fine Assortment of
G1NG.UA MS, DENIMS,
STRIPED SHIRTINGS, COTTONA ES,
BLEA. BRO. SHEETINGS,
KENTUCKY JEA NS,
And, in fact, EVERYTHING to assort up a
ALL OF WHICH win HB SOL» AT A SMALL
ADVANCE iKOM NEW^'OUK PRICES, by
D. W. INGEKSOLL & CO.,
mayl7-tc* Adjoining the Bridge.
GEOROK F. BROTT, ROMANZO A
SMITE AND N N SMITH:
You and each of you vill please to take no
tice, that on the 9th day July, A. D. 1860, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the
Land Office at St. Cloud Stearns County Min
nesota, I shall ofifer proof in support of my
right to enter Lots no 1 & 2 of Section No. 24,
and the North-East quarter of North-East
quarter of Section No 23, in Township 124
North of Range 28 West, as administrator of
the estate of William Roth Kopf deceased, and
in trust andfer the use and benefit of the heirs
of the estate of said deseascd, of which said
several tracts, except said Lot 2, you arc c(n
Dated St. Cloud, May 5th, 18G0.
LUDWIG ROTH KOPF.
W O E S A E I S
DEALER I N
ALCOHOL, CAMPIIENE, COAL OIL,
On the opening of Navigation my Stock
will be complete—will guarantee satifac
in regard to Prices and Quality ot
Orders solicited. **^gtt
Opposite the Falls, ST. ANTHONY
O I E.—Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Commissioners appointed to
examine and allow the claims against the es
tate of George Fletch, late of Berlin township,
Stearns countv, Minnesota, deceased, will
meet for that purpose at (he residence of John
Kopp, in township of Berlin, county of Stearns
and State of Minnesota, on Monday the sec
ond day of July, 1800. at ten o'clock in, the
forenoon and again at the same place on
Monday, the sixteenth day of July, 1860, at
Ton o'clock in the forenoon and that the
time limited for creditors to present their
claims is sixty days from the 17th day of May
A. D. 1860.
Dated at Berlin township the 17th day of
May, A 1860. may24-Gw
JOSEPH TUNIT, Commisssidncrs.
Upper St. Cloud
1 3 13
MARLATT & SIMS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
X) K, Q- C3-1 S S
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH,
LARD AND COAL OILS,
&c.f fcc., &c, &c, &c.
Jj^0* Physicians' perscriptions accurately
compounded at all hours. *I^ga In
St. Cloud, May 8, 1860.
C. & W O W E
received at the St. Cloud Hardware
Store, a complete assortment of
Sh-4lf and Heavy Hardware,
Locks, Latches,. Bolts, Butts, and Screws,
Carpenters and Farming Tools, Planes, Saws,
Axes, Hatchets and Haunters, 'Shovels and
Spades, noes Mattocks, Nails. Glass and Putty
STOVES AND TINWARE.
We have now the best variety cf Stoves ever
brought into the Upper Country, among which
are the famous Charter Oak, Diamond Rook,
Shanghai, Wisconsin, Morning Star, Forest
Green, and Arctic Air Tight.
Our facilities for doing all kind* work
the Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper Department
arc complete, —to which branch of the bus.
ness we call particular attention.
CHEAP CASH STORE!
LOWER TOWN, ST. CLOUD.
E subscriber keeps constantly on hand
J_ large and well selected assortment of Dry
Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Lady's and Misses? Bonnets and Hats
every variety of Glass Ware, Clocks, Looking
Glasses, Violins, Brushes, Tobacco, t'Jgars.
Yankee Notions, &c„ &c &o
24 uw :.« -,.,
H. Z. MITCHELL.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Increase of Cash Capita
FIRE INSURANCF EXCL U
CHARTK.II E E A
Cash Capital, §400,000 00
Cash Asccts, §547,712 86
S. L. LOOMIS, President.
H. KELLOG, Scrctary.
Brach Office, SI & 33 W. 3d St., Ciuciu
M. MAGILL," General Agent.
Agents in the principal Cities and towns
of the Union.
Losses Promptly paid.
Applications received, and Policies is
sued and renewed
By Win. J. PABSONS, A-nit
At St Cloud, Min. No7.
FOR THE LADIES!
New, beautiful, and na/ul Invention,
Expressly''for the Ladies* benefit.
Every lady can make their own Patterns for
Stamping Embroidery, of any design they
please. It is quick, and easy learned, and is
very great saving of time and work. Send
a stamp and get a sample of tho Stamping,
and also a. Circular giving information and
certificates of hundreds of ladies who have
used the stamp. Address
H. L. WILLIAMS,
apl2G-3m Milan, Erie Co.,' Ohio.
A A For the INSTANT
NENT CURE of this distressing complaint use
TP "FTj T'T in HP S
Made by B. SEYMOUR & Co,, 107 Nassau
Street, N. Y. Price fl per box sent free by
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
ENNEDY'S new DiscoverySo?«^le h\'
MARLATT'S DRUG STOR
ii jr if ii
E A I PRICl C1
CORRECTEU WE MELT, JMT 0
Groisci'8 and Provision dealers, Lower St.(JluuA.
•WKimiTS W O §N,~Tn foWo4nVt«^ie
be of inteceet te pur readers,^ W (30 lbs
Corn, BljeRed, Gfiibs tfoi-n ov fhe lob 701bs,
JLyc, 50 lbs Oatg,f52lD8 Rarley, 4Z lbs Iuck
"vfjut&t,Jo.Ibgi Swce I'otatocs.'&O lbs Bcar.t,
S^ed, 46 lbs Timothy Sced,^ lb,^ .Irish~Pota
tocpi GO lbs Onions 57 lbs Rlue Grass ^Sccil
Dried Pcavbc^^SS S i-i. Dried Apples
.:.":' ',v/ '•^rfl-
ST CLOVD June l8Cd
Flour Extra, per bbl
do I Extra, bags,..
do Superfine bag,
Corn Meal per bag,
Bran per 100
Wheat per-bush, t»0 (5
Cbrirperbusb, .- •. 40 4j
Oattf per bush ...
Buckwheat per bush ..,
Barley per bushel,..
Porkj Mess per bbl
'do per lo,
Bacon Hams common per lb
do d» Canvassed
Butter per H,
Cheese per lb
Eggs per doz.
Raisins per lb
Currants per lb
Dried apples paired per. lb
Dried Peaches, unpaired,
Brown- do ...
Tea, Young Hyson,
do Gunpowder and imperial
Soap, Cast Steel per lb
do Family, per bar
Candles, Star, per lb
do Mould, per
Window Glass, per half box, 8x10
Other sizes in proportion.
Putty, per lb
Wldte Leftd per lb,
Linseed Oil, per gal,
Whale Oil, per gal,
Kerosencor coal oil
Molasses per gal,
Vinegar, per gal
Stone ware Churns,
Salt, per sack, of 200 lbs
do Dairy, sacks,
Powder, per lb,
Lead, per lb,
Shot, per lb,
Gun Caps, G. D, per box,
do Water Proof
Nails, per keg,
do per lb,
•is luh ,7'ia:!^i-y: 4.#
,-" .:....- i.f.:.4l 2-J
... 4 5
:w£urt .•'• 60
WTII film 2
sr ii 11@12
.„- I l^\
00@1 6 0
Cooking stoves with fixtures complete ?25@8o
O A E S A LE.—DEFAULT
having been made in a certain mortgage
executed by Malcolm Smith and Mary Smith,
of St. Cloud, iu the eoiinty of Stearns and
Statu of Minnesota, to Peter Lahr, of the
same place, dated the eighteenth day of Feb
ruary A. D. 1858, and duly recorded in the
office of Register of Deeds in the County afore
said, on eighteenth day of February aforesaid,
at four o'clock p. M. of said day in Book "A"'
of Mortgage Deeds, on pages 17 & 18, on
which there is how claimed to be due to stud
Peter Lahr and unpaid the sum of Four huii
drcd and thirty five dollars arid fifty six cents.
And no action or proceeding at law baring
been commenced to recover the amount so due
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage
contained and pursuant to the statute in such
case made and provided, the premises descri
bed Oi said mortgage, to wit The west half
of south cast quarter of section No. four, and
ihi north west quarter of the north east quar
ter of section No. nine in township No. One
hundred and twenty four north of range twen
ty eight west, in the county aforesaid, will be
sold at public auction lo the highest bidder at
the frout door of the office of Wait & McClurc,
at the town of St. Cloud aforesaid, by the
Sheriff of said county, on the 28th day of
July A. D. 1800 at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day
to pay the amount then due on said mortgage
with tli? costs and expenses of sale allowed
Dated St. Cloud, June 12th 1800. Mortgagee.
WAIT & MCCLVBE, Atfys. for Mortgagee.,.
OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
STEAPKS.—IX DISTRICT COI78T FOB. -4TII
William F. Knowlton
To the above named Defendant:
In tho name of the State of Minnesota —You
arc hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint in this action, which complaint
has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the
District Court aforesaid, in and for said Coun
ty, and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said Complaint on tho subscribers at their of
fice at St Cloud, in said County within twenty
days after the service of this snmmons upon
you exclusive of tho day of such Service.
And if you fail to answer the said Complaint
within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this
action will take Judgment against yon fer h«
sum of One hundred and seven dollars and
sixty seven cents together with interest on «aid
sum from the 2d day of December A. D. 18o7,
besides the costs of said action.
Dated St. Cloud. May 9th, A. D. 18G0
may31-6w Plaintiff's Attorneys
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