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MARBLE CAKB.—Contributed to the
American AdricuttorW, W CharlesPS^
MoFadden, Rutland Co., Vt. For the
w!»l^^^*ff]^on«^*IMl
batter, a of
white sugar, 1 of sweet inilk:, 5 oflour
teaspoonful soda, I of cream of tartar,
whites pf 8 eggs, andflavorwith lemon
extract. For the colored part, take I
eup of butter, 3 of brown sugar, 1 of
molasses, I df sweetmilk, 4 offljMiry1
teaspooniulsOda, and two of cream of
tartar, the yolks of 8 eggs, and I whole
egg: season 1 with cinnamon, -nutmeg
and cloves this alone makes a good
spice eake. To make the marble eake
first put in a pan a layer of the spice
oake, then of the white, and so on un
til the loaf is complete, finishing with
the .spice cake. The above quantity
will make two leaves in six-quart pans.
POP COBN PUDDING.—This dish,
tho invention of which is attributed, to
Solon Robinson, is highly commended
by him for goodflavor,healthtulness,
and facility of making. Crush popped
oorn with a rolling pin op a table, and
then grind" it into coarse meal in a com
mon coffee mill or in a mill of large
site, it may be ground at once, with
out rolling. One pint ot corn will
make about sixteen pints when popped
and this will measure about eight pints
when ground. To make the pudding,
mix five pints of the meal with four
pints of sweet milk, place it where it
will warm slightly, and let it soak an
hour or two. Then let it cool, and add
two eggs, sugar, raisins and spice as for
a rice pudding. Set it oh a hot stove
and boil a few minutes, stirring it sev
eral times to get the meal well mixed
with the mild. Then bake it about an
hour and serve while hot.
To BLACKBERRY W I E
Mrs. Greenough, in the Maine Far
mer, contributes the following recipe
for making blackberry wine, which is
just now about in season for using:
There is no wine equal to blactberrj
wine when properly made, in flavor or
for medicinal purposes, and all persons
who can conveniently do so, should
manufactuie enough for their own use
every year, as it is invaluable for sick
ness as a tonic, and nothing is abetter
remedy for bowel complaint.. I there
fore give the recipe for making it:—
Measure your berries and bruise them
to every gallon add one quart of boiling,
wafer. Let th'e mixture stand tweuty
four hours, stirring occasionally then
strain off the liquor into a cask to ev
ery gallon add two pounds of sugar
cork tight andJet it stand till, the fol
lowing October and you will have wine
readj for use without farther labor,
that every family will highly appreci
ate, and never do without afterwards if
they can help it.
RECIPIKS FO DYEIRQ.
Mrs. S. A. Maccrackin of Fairfield
Coi., 0. says the American AgrictUtur
ilist, sends a number Of reelpies, which
seem to be sensible and in the main
founded upon correct scientific prin
ciples. Mrs. M, says that in 1830 she
wove a carpet of yarn dyed according
to these, directions, and though it has
since been subjected to constant wear,
•the colors still hold good. Rain or
-other soft water should be used in
these recipes, and the yarn be thorough
ly rinsed after dyeing.
Madder Red. (Tried only on woll
en yarn). For 2 jlbk yarn take 1ft.
alum, 1 quart of bran, and lib of mad
der. Dissolve the alum in sufficient
water to cover the yarn, and boil the
yarn in the solution for two hours, and
then rinse Wring and ^ry \t. &$ the
bran with two gallons of water and
strain, add the liquor to the madder,
which has been soaked the previous
night in strong vinegar, enough to wet
it, and sufficient water to allow the
mixture to cover the yarn, and bring
the whole to a scalding heat. Put the
EIf
ra into the dye and let it scald for
an.. hour without gettiog hot
enough to simmer. When the yarn is
removed from the dye it may be made
of a bright red by washing in soap
suds, or it may be. made crimson by
dipping in weak lye slightly warmed.
Pink.—For 2ifes. yarn, take fox. of
cochineal, ljoz of cream of tartar and
3os. of chloride of tin. This last may
be had at the drug stores under the
pame ot muriate of tin, or tin mordant.
Soak the cochineal in a quart of warm
Water,' and add it tu warm' water
enough to cover the yarn, add the
cream of tartar and chloride of tin,
and throw in the yarn and boil until
the desired color is obtained. Double*
the cochineal will make scarlet.
Yellow.—Make a strong decoction
of black-Oak bark, enough to cover the
yarn, and for each lb. ot yarn add }lb.
of alum, and loz. of chloride of tin.
Boil until the proper color is produced.
Qrange.—Proceed as for yellow, but
add madder in sufficient quantity to
produce an orange color. Or instead,
tor 1 it. of yarn take 1 oz. arnotto, and
os. of pearl ash. Slice the arnotto
into 3 quarts of water and dissolve the
pearl ash in an equal quantity, and mix
the two liquids and boil. Put in the
yarn and simmer 15 or 20 minutes,
and wash it in strong soap suds as soon
as it comes from the dye.
Our lady readers will do well to pre
serve these reeipies, and next" week we
shall publish other colors.
ST. PAU HA STORE.
wr «a%rS% A S O N
WHOLESALB DEALER BE THE
Clue or Paokage,
Oeraer of and Wabeihaw ate., oppssita the Bridge
JOB W O
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JO W O
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(3 l«
»AT S & CAPS,
:M
BEING
.... ,-.— JL-
•vt A83 stana ana rawer *5
££$ -G^f ods,
CLOTHING,
-.BOOTS & SHOES,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
LAMPS, MIRRORS, GROCERIES, &o.
now in receipt of my Fall aud
Winter Stock, which has been selected
with care, purchased at closefiguresand
with reference to the increasing wants of
this section, I would most respectfully in
vite purchasers to call and examine my
assortment.
In Dress Goods
have a fine line,, consisting If (French
Merinoes, Crape du Chenes and Araures,
Alpaccas, Paramattas, Tartan Cheeks,
1'oplins, Plaid, Striped and Brocaded Mo
hairs, Printed and All-Wool Delaines, &o.
Ladies Cloths, Fur Viclorines and Capes,
Misses' Ermine Victoriaes and Talmas.
Hosiery and Gloves, Ladies' Merino
Vests and Drawers, Wool. Hoods, Nubias,
Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches and Flowers.
Business and Qver Coats, Pants, Vests,
Undershirts and Drawers, Gray and Fancy
Wool Overshirts, Jackets, Buck Mitts,
Gloves, Gauntlets, &c.
Saxony, Fur and Cloth Hats, Seal, Nu
tria, Plush aud Cloth Caps, &c.
Trunks, Satchels, Blankets, &o.
Boots and Shoes.
A good assortment of Men's and Boy's
Boots, Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Shoes and Balmorals, Buffalo and Cloth
Overshoes, Lace Moccasins, Oil Tanned
Boots 4c.
Crockery, Glassware, Lartps, Mirrors,
&c.—a very large assortment.
Jfce.
All of which will be disposed of at the
very lowest market rales FOB CASH.
•6nI9-tf J. B. BENNETT.
TH E OLID ST-AutTX)
OF
SILAS MAiRLATT,
WB01IS.U.I AXD XITAtL
ID-R/TTO-Q-IST,
DEALER I N
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH,
O A S S
TUttPEiNTINE, CAMPHENF
BURIIING-FLUID, ALCOHOL,
LAUD AND COAL OILS,
AC, asc, CCC,
.A
S a
dec
Physicians prescriptions accurately
compounded at all hours.
St. Cloud, May 3d, 1860.
RMiNATORS *I
Far,Soli, Mice,. Roaches. AnU, Bed Bum, Moth* in
Fkr»i Woolens, rfc., Dutcti in PUmti, IbwU, Jkni-
•Mite, tf, \ii*,it
Pat up in 26c. SO. and $1.00 boxes, bottle* and flwks.
$3and |6 alee* for hot«l«, public institatiom, Ac.
"Only infclllble remediei known."
"Kreefrompoisons."
"Not d«ng«ronstoth*hnman fluntly."
"Rats come out of thtlr holes to die."
SA. Sold wholesalein alt targe cities.
aS^Sold by all droMteta and retrflers ererywhere.
iff^inXtWanUl of.all wortbleM iiniUtions.
S3jBee that "Cottar's" name Is on each boa, bottle
and flask, before yon bar.
ea- Address. HEHET B. OOSTAB,
S3U Principal depot if Broadway,»H.ft«Tl
S 3 Sold byall wholesale and retaildrnggisU In St.
Cloud, Mmn. •.•••« TSBSI
SDaeplaeird Iofgm.
The subscriber has a number of pure
blooded, imported
1
S E E 0 8
Which he will dispose of at fair rates.
On Clearwater road, 1 mile belowBl Cload.
A. BLAKBMA5,
BiALn in
WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY,
""'•llTer. »a 4 PUU Ware,'
126 Third Street, St. Pant,
four iters below Thompson's Bank.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry oarefully re-
V/ paired by eipeHenced workmen.
S
The Cheap Cash Store
Is again on hand with a
LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
1
©»V
DRY GOODS
AND YANKEE NOTIONS,
Which were bought before the late rise,
consequently we can sell them as
Cheap as the Cheapest.
We are alse reoeiving a splendid stoek of
Cloaks and Circulars,
BOTH SILK AND, CLOTH,
Whieh we will be glad to show to the
PEOPLE OP ST. CLOUD
and vicinity. "rT
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
PTo. 1 8 Thii- a
Next door to the jf. W Express Office.
v6n26 H. KNOX TAYLOB.
Oa Hall!
,•' r: ...:
I I A S
AND
E S A A N
SOLEfcROBBERS, Proprietors,
WEa
have fitted up, on St. Germain at.*
fine Billiard Hall, supplied with
Phelan's best
MARBLE-BE TABLES
At the Bar can be found the best grades
of Liquors and Cigars. Also, pure Cider.
In eoaaeotlon with our Billiard Hall, we
have a first-class Restaurant: where can be
had
MEALS AT ALL HOURS,
Ojsters, poultry, game, steaks, chops,
&e., served np on short notice and in any
desired style. Fine pastries always on
hand fresh.
J. KGLE. L. ROBBERS.
St. Cloud Plow Factory.
NICOLAS LAHR
Would call the attention ef Farmers to his
various kinds of
DOUBLE* AND SINGLE SHIN, HARD
ENED, CAST AND COMMON STEEL
O S S O W S
Whicb he will warrant to clean in any soil,
to run with easy, steady motion and light
draft. Also, all kinds of
BREAKING PLOWS.
Old Plows repaired in good style.
As I have selected a large stock of the
best materials and superintend the con
struction of all my Plows myself, I am en
abled to sell them at low prices. Moreover
all my.Plows not answering the above rec
omnieadatidn osn be retained to me.
i. NICOLAS LAHR.
St. Germain st., opposite Broker's Block
ign of the Plow. v5n80-tf
THE SAUK VALLEY HOUSE.
THIS
house hasbeen newly erected on St.
Augusta street, on the Red River road,
and the Proprietor is prepared to
V}0^^MOJfAmi^krELERS
with comfortable lodgings and good meals
at reasonable charges., Stabling on the
premises sufficient fur twenty horses. Fann
ers will find this a good place to put up at.
JOSEPH PENDLE.
St. Cloud, March 16th, 1864. i6a34
WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE.
I keep constantly on hand all kinds of
Foreign and Domestic Brandies,
WINES, WHISKEYS, &c.
Smoked Hams and Sauaage, of prime
qaaliiyTalways tirMxr
C. HCEPNER.
St. Oermain street, next door to Bur
bank & Co.'s, St. Cloud, Minn. v6n21
&LUMAER!
PONSTANTLY on hand, afull SupplyrtW^«*i5S
or
barrels, at 76 cents per barrel.
Lumber and all building material fur
nished to order at the lowest cash prides.
Every style of Furniture can be furnish
ed immediately at the same office.
All kinds of produce taken in exchange.
Offioe at the New York Store. Ta i•
FOWLERftTOBEY.
St. Cloud, Sune 5th, 1862. v4p45-ly
E A A E
JOSEPH HOWARD, Proprietor.
All kinds Of meat—beef, pork, chickens
turkeys, sausage, pudding,smoked tongue,
Ac, kept constantly on hand and for sale
at the lowest rates. All persons wishing
Sletehee
eat ar requested to call. Opposite the
Route. BOV2SV1J
Manufacturer and Dealer in
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE,
Keeps constantly on hand a general assort
ment of New Furniture, contesting ef
PA,.-B=IiO.»
AND
Chamber Sets,
teue Hit titHs-vf
ROCKERS,
PARLOR CHAIRS,
fSotlas, a a
Mahogany and Black Walnut
CARD,
EXTENSION,
AND
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE,
TrcrvVA-itB,
3TOVJ0S,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
drc, dc, dec.
Corner Washington and Lake Streets,
ST. CLOUD, MINN.
Cash paidforold Copper, Brass end
tgf Particular attention paid to all kinds
of tin and sheet-iron jobbing.
CHAS. F. POWBLL. WM, POWELL.
P. TAliCOiTT
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Corner First Avenue and Welles Street,
^LOWER SAINTr CMiUD. IftAil
fpAlM (n Clocks. WatohesJ^rewelry,!
\J Spoons, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Silver
Thimbles, &c, &c, offinequality which
hewiU'sell as low as "any of like quality,can
Call and
8 Bia
barr«1 'See.,
of.,first qualitj lime.at SI per barrel
when taken in qaahtitits of orer twenty
^^¥?f«o.
Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, repaired
in good *nd satisfactory manner, and on
fAIRBAMS
STANDARD
SGAtLES
•'er'iit':anroa,
Alto, Warehoiue Truck*, Letter Presses, J-c.
FAIRBMKS, GREENLEAF CO.,
If* LJKE STKEEtrCHICAGO.
imBe °*retul to buy oply the genuine.
WES. i^^^Kr^K^a
„+. ftot^ot jeharje. Addreu^ Dr., J.
fetliWflf&lt
ff
CENTER
TjfiLBIiiESS,
O .'"V .,,
REJ3 I
Bedsteads and Lounges.
All orders in the Cabinet line promptly
filled.
Metalie Burial Cases furnished when re
quired.
Furniture repaired and re-varnished.
Wareroomi on Fifth avenue, below the
Bridge. ...
St. Cloud, July 22d, 1868. v6n!8-tf
C. F. & W. POWELL,
**!y** ***'',^,L--'a,-"'w**J—"-'"-• -i *-rtiug^mnniifriufciaifinr'
iMHrtars, XMMri and Carriers,
f^STi PAUL, MINNESOTA*:
A RE now receiving and will keep con-
stock of Leather and Findings In the) State
—consisting of ,,
SPANISH Spi^^A^HER, ...
OKK1 suite iikTk^Ri
a
HARNESS AND BRIDLE LEATHER,
Tampico and Maddrass, Morocco Splits,
Shoe and Saddle SkirUng, Belt and
ltd Laea Leather,
FRENCH CALF SKINS,
'.^,F*eiioli .Kijr S in
CpUNTRY KIP SKINS.
6,000 Bushels Plastering Hair.
Also, a general assortment of all kinds
of Findings, &c.
Please call and examine our stock as we.
will not be undersold by any house in the
State.
Particular attention paid to ordere.
5 Cash paid for Hides. Furs and Deer
Skins, KESSLER & RIEHL,
No. 306 Third street, sign of the "Black
Bear." v6n40-ly
MUNGER BROS.
Ontoert Hall Block, Third Street,
SAINT PAUL, MINN.
Sole Agents for Steinway & Son's.celebra
ted Pianos. Messrs. Steinway were award
ed the First Prise Medal for .their Pianos
over 269 others at the great International
Exhibition. London, in 1862.
Also, Sole Agents for Chiekering's cele
brated Pianos,of Boston and the United
Piano'Forte Makers, of New York, the best
piano in use for the money.' Also. Agents
for Qrovesteen & Co., Calenberg e) Vaupel,
and J. & C. Fischer's pianos.'
Sole Agents for Prince's celebrated, Me
lodeons, School Oraans and Organ Harmo
niums also,.Mason & Hamlin's Melodeohs
and Cabinet Organs.
Ths Abors Iastromeats are til ratty Wanaated
for Tin Tsars. f.fcf •..
We keep constantly on hand the
ONLY FULL ASSORTMENT
or
Sheet Maslc and Musical Iastrnsaents
Of all.descriptions in Minnesota.
Our stock of Violins,. Violinoellos, Con
tra Basses, Flutes, Fifes, Flagoletts, Claro
nefts, Guitars, Banjos, Military Drums of
all descriptions, Brass Instruments, Accor
dions, Striugs, etc., is complete.
Church Organs, Melodeons and Pianos
tuned and repaired.
Orders Attended to it Promptness.
V6n26-ly ,""*
RAIL ROAD LANDS!
First Division, St. Paul and
Pacific R. R. Co.
This company, now,.offers for. sale
Lands granted by Congress to. aid in th
construction of its branch Hue from St.
Paul to Watab.
These lands are in the
Valley of the Upper Mississippi,
on both sides of the river, and embrace. a
great variety of
TIMBER, PRAIRIE AND HAT.
The Roadtanow in course of actual con
struction, and Will be
before the 1st day of January, 1866.
The Lands are
CXEIPTFR01 TAXATION
until sold and conveyed by the Company
They are offered in tracts of
40, 80, OR 160 ACRES AND UPWARDS
and will be sold to .,.
ACTUAL SETTLERS
advantageous terms.
Terms, 4*4%. "the bonds of the Company
at par, or to thow who desire it,
LOW We INTEREST.
All persons trespassing upon these.land
will he .prosecuted under the-recent I Act
(he Legislature. ,• .yr, ?•v f.! ''•:-'ai
•, .. MA—-.M
voawii oh ..1,-M.T^-.-. '...
.For information, as to lands in-the Coun
ties ol
}03
TODD,
W13 CROW. WINQ,
I :.-y\\- to
^tvr o5
And the north part of
9 rts
BENTON,
WRIGHT AND 8HBRBURNB,
'. ':•••.•
^P. Hi. O-K/aiGrORY,
Orte
ssocls
jo«¥H »BAUMONt,
:-.,,
DIALiaiM fi ill
oow i*id *tttB70V so s«i ^o:." *,.c. .,,
TEA&r 0OREBBa^ SPICES,
And all Goods petUining tp the/G'ecery
Business, including
:ir, iri
0 A 0 0 0 S«( 0* Cr A R'M*
WINBS, LIQUOja|, 4JP 5
PMK_JL0 _RY
E IRD'"INilll|
Corner 8d and Jackson Si's,
8AINT PAUL, v6n26-ly MINN
Q. P. PBAUODY, Eaj-
WHOMSA|.« BBASia IX
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
WINE8, LIQUORS CIGARS,
THIRD STREET,
Between Jackson and Robert Streets,
BACTT PAUL, MOT.
Constantly on hand a ftill supply ef Double
., Rectified and Old By and Rourbon
Whiskey's- v6n26-8m
Wheeler & Wilson's
115,000
Of them in use in this eeuntn
Ad Europe.
These are the only maofilnes makini
ho Lock Stitoh with the ,Rotating
look,
Are profitable and available a tifi
Ime. nal
Equal to ten eeamstreasee.
An annual dividend of ino to oor
«r cent, fon their cost) may be obtained ia
isei-by their possessor.
The Class Cloth-Preaaer. (so popq
ar.Vcan oal be had with these iUcbmea.
THEeWHEELEd
& WILSON MACHINES
ar right an it they do net operate
well it is because peaple are not fully in
structed in. their, use.
All Machines are Warranted,
ANI* FULL INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN.
All persons owning Wheeler & Wilson
Machines can have them properly adjusted,
and full instructions given in their use, free
of charge, by calling at the Wheeler & Wil
son Rooms, in the Oreenleaf Block, Third
street, 8t. Paul, a few doors below the Post
Office.
F. M. JOHNSON, Agent.
264 Third street, St. Paul.
MISS F. E. CLARK,
Agent at the Millinery Rooms over Ben
nett.s store, St. Cloud. vGnl9
Livery, Sale and Boarding
S A E
JOH N ROGERS Proprietor.
Having received anew and splendid
Stock of Carriages 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 can
always be found at 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 stable, 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 knew to be an
fail in the business, will be on hand at all
hours, night or day, to wait upon custom
ers. For particulars, call at otir office.
v5n52-tf JOHN ROPERS.
a a S a S a
Tho undersigned has iust erected sTV-^
a large and commodious stable on the cor
ner of Lake Street and Pe-ry -Place, oppo
site Clark's store, near the Central House,
which he has filled with livery stock, com
prising a number of
I N E O S S
Suitable for either riding or driving, and a
variety ot
A N S O E RUOOIES.
For single or double team.
,r Commodious, elegant carriages for leas
ure parties always ready..
1(
i.q'^^ is
All orders for teams .for excursions, Fu
nerals or a Journey will be attended to
promptly. »«w» -•••-•-. .ViL...
His stock ia of the best kind, and he in
vites his friends to call. I
I-'N ,-L.^Bv*SILSBY.
St Cleudj June 288,1868. .._ 6n49-ly
3 1
upholsteripg
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ST. CLOUD,
0BO.L. BBGKER,
itinU-it 1* Bti'Pinl, Minn.
8n„,
•t^toBit in::^paK t)U cloths* ifat
1 tings, Curtain Materials and Trim
!Sin«t.8'
—UNION MILLS
fT rit) TJJ [in \& ,I/.TA" I
Flour and Feed Store.
HE Proprietors of the above Mill* have
opened a Store in "Gorton's Buildine,"
on Washington avenue, where a constant
supply of Wmfa
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Bwsnd elegant passenger cars, Cpr d»/ §od night
strvtee.bare newgrbsmjadded to
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FOUR DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
FtgfSBsHWrIs PilTf IMIPHIA
THREE ©AILt^^-TiBO^Qit ^TBAINi
PITT8BUEO fir WaVK Y0KT
THREE DAILY TF BX^OIftBAINS
raou'
PITTSBURG to BALTIMORE
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS
FASTJCAIIr-lMTes nuatmreh at 3.00 M^ arrive
ataitoonalbrbrealtCutat7!s0a.M., Mtcbas Har
rlsbarf at 1.05 r.«., and nSHAtHphia.-t* S&S r.te
BALTHfoaa PSSSSMOBRS by this train leave Bar
.- rUboif at 8 P.M. and arrive inBaiuaore 6M r. at
VttJW YORK PASSXNGXR8 by this tealn lsave PhU
adtlphUate^Wr.u., and arrive la Mew York af
10.00 P.M.
THROUGH ACCOKMODATIOX—Stopping at all sta
tions—Leaves Pittabarf at OJQO a.Mv arrives at Al
toona for dinner at 11.26 a. «., reaches Harriabnra
at 5.10 r. *., awl Philadelphia at 11.15 P.M.
THROVOH EXPRESS—Leares Pittatwrg at *Mr.u
arrives at Altoona forrapperat »J0 r.M. reache
Uarriaburgat 2^0a.m.,and Phttade1phtaat7J0a.m
BALTIMORE PAS8BNOXR8 by this ttaia leave Bar
riaborg at 2M a. m. and arrive in Baltimoreat 7 a. m.
NEW YORK PAS8BNOKR8 by thto train leave Phil
adelphia, at 8 a.an.aadarrive in New York at 12.00 in
FAST LINE—Leaves Pittsburg at 8A5 .p. ax, arrivea
at Altoona at 1.15 a. nu, reaches Harrlaborc at 6.55
a.m,, and Lancaster for breafctet at J6 a. m., ar
rivtDK in Philadelphia at 10.35 a. m.
BALTIMORE PASSENGERS by this train leave
HarrUbnrg at 7.00 a. m. and arrive la Baltimore at
11^0 a. m.
NEW YORK PASSENGERS by this train have a
choice of routes. A sleq
Pittsborc to New York,
burg and AUentown, ar
p. m. By way of Philadelphia, passengers reach
New York at 2.46 p. m.
Tickets for sale to Boston by Roat er Rail
Boats Tickets good on sayef to f*sju Lines.
Tare to aU potatoas low as aaj Boat*.
SLBEPrera o-A^its
OM .WIGHT A I N S TO
Pailad'tLjNewYorkaRdBaltimoro
BAQGAOE CHECKED TBSOCOB
TRAXSrEKBBD 5»JCB.
Br this route freights of all description*can be for
warded to and from Philadelphia, New York, Boston
or Baltimore, to**uJ ftuni any point on the RaOroada
of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, IIlii»to, Wlacooain, Iowa
or Missouri, by Railroad direct.
The Pennsylvania CentoalltaRruad also connects at
Pittsburgh with steamers, by which goods can be for
warded to any port on the Ohio, Masktaigum, Kentucky
Tenneaaee,CumberUuHLIlUaois,lllMl^ipyl, Wlacon
sin, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas and Red Hirers and
at Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago with steamers ta
all ports on the North-western Lakes.. -.
Merchants and shippers entrusting the transporta
tion of their freight to this Company, can raly with
confidence .on its speedy transit.
The Xates of Freight to and from any point in the
West, by the Pennsylvania Central Railroad, are at aU
times as fatoraiU as are charged b* other Railroad
Companies.
aS~.Be particular to mark packages fria A
Central R. R."
tor Freight Contracts or Shipping Direction*, apply
to or address either of the following agents of the
company
A Stewart, Prelght Agent, Pittsburgh.
ClarkeftCo. Transfer Agents, Pisttburph.
W Brown A Co, Cincinnati, Ohio.
RC Meldrum a Co, Madison, JSKKHM.
E Moore, LouitrilU, Kentucky.
W Alkiuan, EransviOe, Indiana.
Saas, St. JUmis, Missouri,
ClarkeftCo, Chicago, Illinois.
3 McColm, Portsmouth, O,
Love, Jfajfsrilie, Ky.
ITallftCo, Marietta, O.
K..Ayres, Muskingum Riref.
W S Langley, OalNopoUs, &
8 PierceftCo, ZanernVt, O.
N Hudson, Ripley, O.
Meldrum, General Trareling Agent.
Live Stock.
Drovers a«d farmers will find this a most advanta*
geous ronte for ue stoek. Capacious yards, well wa
tered and supplied with every convenience, have bee*
opened on this line and its connections, and everv at
tention is paid their wants. From Harrisburg, where
wttl be found every convenience for feeding and rest*
ing. a choice is offered of the PHILADELPHIA. NEW
TORE and BALTIMORE MARKETS. This will ales
be found the shortest, quickest and most direct route
for stock to New York—[via Alientown] sad with ew
er changes than any other.
N O I E
All persons are
OPosjttlvely Fox-1icl«teit
trespassing on
A I O A A N S
in either cutting Hay or Timber. Parties
desiring permits for cutting grass on any
of said lands
CAN OBTAIN SAID PEKMITS
by calling on the undersigned at his office
in St. Cloud.
P. h. GREGORY, Agent
n4» *or 1st Div. St. B.ftP. R. R. Co
ai ... j-
piANOS AND MELODEON8.
Dealers in Piano-Fortes, Melodeons, Har
moniums, CabinetOirgans^SheetMusic,
:ii
Music Books Piano Stools, &c„
Ae. 280 Third St^ Corner of St. Peter St.,
St. Pmul, Mwmaooim,
Agents far the celebrated A. M. McPHAIL A CQ.ni
STIR GrtlR SCItE PIA
O &
A^&Q- i#W *A:MVO$ GEM.
vjMr.
and Furnishing Goods
Feathers, &c. .« v6ns0-ly
tmd$'-..-' ..• 'v
Ac,
3 :-i*0.i'--i
*'•'.', ••'?. •.- s&tjf&oi \o stfsb »W
3
May bo found.
v.fc...
The highest price paid in cash for wheat
St. Cloud, May 26th, 1M4, v«n44
WiLDsa is a Pianexnaker, and has
been in the business over twenty years, and
will sell none but FIRST-CLASS IN8TRU3
MENT8. Every instrument villi bo war?
rauted, and all Pianos sold by thefirmwill
within a reasonable distance.
JMRT Pianos and Metodeona ^uned and
repaired. Lessons giren on the Piano and
Melodeon. -..- •,-. -j.,...,'
St. Paul, Nov. 28^1863.
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UNION A MARKET.
Wonld respectfully inform 4ha people of SI.
Cloud,thai ho is prepared to furaiah them
with all kinda of the choicest freeh meat.
Presh beef, real, pork, mutton, poultry and
game in lueeaton, at prices ns low as tho
1 lowest. A share of the pubhVpatronage ia
soUoited. Shop one daera*rthef PeweU'a
Hardware Store. „. »4_
rnanH
4
8t. Cloud, May 18th, 1864. TondS-tf
.Shop on St. Germain street.
CHAB LUEO.
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