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W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE CITY.
Thursday, a 4 1865-
"Forever float that standard sheet!
Where breathes the foe but falls before us,
With Freedom's soil beneath our feet,
And Freedom* banner streaming o'er IIJ .''
PROCLAMATION.
Th a of National
Changed.
Humiliatio
By the President of the United States:
WHKRKAB bv my proclamation of the 25th
iiist., Thursday, the 25lh of next month,
was recommended as a day for special hu
miliation and prayer in consequence of
the assassination of Abraham Lincotn, late
President of the United States but
WHKRBAS my attention has been called
to theJTact that the day aforesaid is sacred
to a large number of Christians as one of
rejoicing for the ascension of the Savior
Now, therefore, be it known that I, An
drew Johnson, President of the United
States, do hereby suggest that religious
services, recommeuded as aforesaid, should
be postponed until Thursday, thefirstday
of June next. In testimony whereof I have
hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal
of the United States to be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington, this 20th
day ot April, A. D. 1865, and of the Inde
pendence of the United States of America
the 89ih.
ANDREW JOHNSON.
By W. HUNTER, Acting Secretary of State.
•a
K.ATKST NEW S TULKGRAPH.
—The Herald's Washington special
says General Grant, immediately on his
setum to Washington, starts about ma
king arrangements for the contemplated
detrreasc of armies. It is thought the
army will soon be reduced 400,000 men.
—A full* account of the killing of
Booth will be ftrind on our first page.
His burial place is- not known, and it is
said that his body has been placed
where it fill never be seta by mortal
eje again.
—The steamer Sultana expiated near
Memphis, on Friday morning last, kil
ling over one thousand persons, mostly
exchanged Union soldiers from Yicks
burg.
—The Herald's Newbern correspon
dent says the last positive information
of Jeff Davis was that be passed through
Charlotte on his way south, escorted by
a brigade of cavalry, probably Wade
Hampton's, on the 23d ult. As Gen.
Wilson was at Macon on the 20th, and
virtually held all southern Georgia, the
chances are that Davis cannot escape.
—The preliminary examinations to
the assassination plots, reveal an as
tounding conspiracy.
—Sherman's arm} is being disband
ed.
A E MEW, SUBSTITUTES AND
RECRUITS TO E DISCHARGED.
The following dispatch was received
on Saturday by Col. Averill, iust in
time to stop about fifty men who were
oo the levee prepared to go down on
the evening boat:
WASHMGTOM, April 29th, 1865.
To Col. J. T. Averill, A. A. P. M. G., St.
Paul, Minnesota:
By order of the Secretary of War, all re
cruits, drafted men and substitutes and vol
unteers for old regiments remaining in ten
dezvous will be immediately mustered out
and honorably discharged the service, un
der your direction.
As soon as mustered out, report them to
Pay Department for payment. Arrange
with rendezvous commander accordingly.
Please acknowledge this by telegraph
and inform me of uumber to be discharged.
T. M. VINCENT,
Assistant Adjutant General.
en
0L0K10VS NEWS FROM SHEBMAN.
S E N E O GEN JOHNSTON.
W A S D«PARTHBNT, WABHIHOTOS,
April 29—8:50 P. M.
To Major General Dix
A dispatch from Gen. Grant, dated
at Raleigh, 10 A. M. April 26, states
—"Juhn«ton surrendered the forces in
Lis command—embracing all from
Chattahootchie—to Gen. Sherman, on
the basis agreed upon between Lee and
myself for the army of Northern Vir
ginia.''
E. M. STANTON.
Secretary of War.
Nsw TOBK, April 30.
The terms granted Johnston embrace
in the surrender four armies of the mil
itary district of the west, but excluding
the fifth, that of Dick Taylors's lying
west of the Chattahootchie river
Among the General's surrendered is
Beauregard. The principaUmong the
Lieut. Generals is Hardee, Bragg,
lately relieved of command was not sur-
f^ 4M
rendered. Wade Hampton refused to
be surrendered and is reported to have
been shot by Johnston iu an altercation
but a more'trustworthy report is that
he fled in company with Davis.
The number actually surrendered is
27,400 although more names are given.
All the militia from South Carolina,
North Carolina, Georgia and the Gulf
States are included.
Gen. Grant returned to Washington
on Saturday.
LETTER
I S W I S S E W
WASH INCSTO.N, April 25.
EDITOR OF TIIK l)K:octtA r.—Did
it ever occur to you that the Devil is a
tool Certainly the Bible might teach
us to think so fur in it Righteousness
is spoken of as "Wisdom."
The tolly of sin^ncver, perhaps, was
more strikingly exemplified than in the
whole history of this Rebellion, and the
climax of that folly is the assassination
of President Lincoln. If we admit
that the Prince 01 Darkness inspires his
followers with plans and purposes to
further the interests ot his kingdom,
we must regard him as little less than
idiotic when contemplating his achieve
ments in attempting to spread and per
petuate his pet "institution." The
mean3 devised to spread the dimen
sions of slavery over the continent will
certainly result in its entire expulsion
from the face of the civilized world.—
So, according to promise, God is ma
king "the wrath of man to praise Him,"
while the remainder cf wrath he will
restrain. In permitting the murder of
the President, He allowed "the mansting
who is Thy sword" to hasten his de
parture to that better land for which
his late acts have shjwn he was rapidly
ripening. God has thus removed from
this important place one who was to
tally incapable of understanding, or be
lieving in, the wickedness, the cruelty,
and barbarism of the Southern people,
or rather of that portion of them who
inaugurated and prosecuted this rebel
lion, in defense of their right to whip
women and rob cradles. Without this
understanding it was impossible he
should mete out to them that punish
ment which divine justice demands
and his death places one in power who
knows them thoroughly and has every
disposition to reward them according to
their work. I can think of no other
blow at Satan's kingdom, which conld
have been so telling as this, struck by
his annointed servant and special emis
sary. Who would want to serve under
a leader so stupid—one who so turns
his resources against himself? Yes let
it hereafter be written down and read
by all men that—the Devil is a fool.
On the day we received news ot the
capture of Richmond, Vice-President
Johnson appeared on the steps of the
War Department and addressed a dense
crowd. He repeated what he had said
in U. 8. Senate at the breaking out of
the Rebellion, of those who were then
concocting it: "I would arrest them,
I would try them, I would convict
them, and I would hang them."
To those who did not hear him, I
could convey no idea of the earnestness
with which he uttered those words.
There was no rant, no bluster it was
deep, calm, conscientious conviction,
and made me shiver and when he ad
ded,'"Leniency for the masses—halt
ters for the leaders," I thanked God
that President Lincoln stood between
those sinners and. the just reward of
their crimes for, just then, iu the hour
of victory, I had a fit of relenting. Be
lieving they had surrendered or would
surrender, I felt like Uncle Toby for
thefly,that there was room enough in
the world for them and us, and that
they were no longer foes worthy of pur
suit.
I had just been talking with an
old colored womanstanding in front of
the War Department beside her bun
dle of soiled linen, and gesticulating
violently, weeping, shouting and thank
ing God that Richmond was not burn
ed. When I corrected her and said
"You mean, Aunty, that Richmond is
taken," she continued: "Oh, yes!
Missis, I tank God for dat, but I tank
Him dat dey surrendered an' dat de
town isn't burnt. De precious souls
am not lost. Dey couldn't 'a' burnt it,
Missus, 'out killin' great many people,
an' I tank my Jesus dat de precious
souls am not lost. I feared dey would
burn de town an' many souls been
lost!"
"But, Aunty, they are rebel souls 1"
"I knows dat, Ma'am, I knows dat
but hell am too bad for eat or dog. I
don't want nobody to go dar,an* I tank
my Jesus dat Richmond isn't burned."
"Were you ever a slave, Aunty
"Yes'm! yes'm! All my lifel All
my life! an' lost all my chilen dar—all
my chilen dar, got none let now, an'
tank my Jesus Richmond isn't burnt
De precious souls am not lost! I can
go home an' wash now And taking
up her heavy bundle she went weeping
and praising God for His merey to
those enemies of humanity who had
robbed her of her life's earnings, her
children, and all that makes life dear,
and left her thus—old, shrivelled and
lame, to toil for the bread she must eat
alone.
After this lesson, Mr. Johnson's re
inaiks grated on my ear, aud when I
met him a few moments after, I insist
ed that he should reconsider his posi
tion. He listened very politely to all
I had to say about the folly of taking
life* when opposition to the Government
ceased. 1 urged that the punishment
appropriate to the age was to confiscate
their property to pay the debt they had
forced upon the nution and that they
should be. prevented taking part in the
Government I hey have labored to de
stroy. To my conclusion, "Let there
be no hanging! Disfranchise them,"
he answered, with a sternness which
even his kindly smile could not con
ceal, "Mrs. Swisshelnij a very good way
to disfranchise them is to break their
necks!"
There was the end of the matter and
now I can see how right he was and
wrong I was. It is so long since I
have lived South that my convictions
of the irredeemable depravity of the
people have been wearing out but he
has just arrived from the other side of
the border ard felt the difference be
tween an honorable vanquished foe and
a frozen viper and now, may God
strengthen his hand in ridding the
world of the reptiles who can only re
sign the use ot their deadly-envenomed
with the functions of their natur
al lives. The nation ran never be safe
while these, her implacable and wily
foes, are above the grounds.
JANE O. SWISSHELM.
STATE N E W S
—The Rochester Republican says
that two little boys in that place, while
playing near the river, ate of some wild
parsnip they found, and were soon in
convulsions. Medical aid was obtain
ed, and their sufferings relieved.
The same paper speaks of an assault
made by two young men, Evans and
McCabe, on an Irishman and an oldGENTS'
man named Sidmore. Evans made an
attack on the Irishman with a knife,
and when Sidmore came to the relief
of the latter, McCabe knocked him
c'own and beat him so with a club that
his lite is despaired of.
—Eight or ten days ago, a son of
Mr. S. S. Higgins of this place, aged
about six years, while playing upon a
fence in front of his father's residence,
slipped and fell, one leg of his pants
catching on the fence, twisting his leg
and breaking it about midway between
the ankle and knee joint*. He is do
ing well.—3/anka'o Record.
-—At the opening of navigation there
were in store at this place about 145,
000 bushels, not much more than 20,
000 of which have yet been sent to
mark t.—Ibid.
—-Mr. Ansley, while engaged in
sawing slabs at the steam mill, last
week was quite severely injured. He
was placing a heavy slab upon the roll
ers when it slipped and be fell against
a projecting corner, breaking three of
his ribs. He is now doing well.—An
oka Sentinel.
—The drive of Bassett & Gillpatrick,
of Minneapolis, comprising about one
million feet of old logs is running by.
—Ibid.
—Parties are in Anoka buying fat
cattle to drive through to the mines at
Lake Superior.
IMPORTANT DECISION.—The Attor
ney General in accordance with the re
quest of our County Auditor has made
a decision or given his opinion upon
the question, as to whether, in order to
redeem under the forfeited tax sale of
January last the party redeeming must
pay fifty per cent. Upon the amount of
the tax or the amount of the sale Re
gives it as his opinion that the redemp
tioner can redeem only by paying fifty
per cent, more than the amount of the
sale.—Shakopee Argus.
m'iim km
GOLD closed in
2d inst. at 1411.
We offer to the public
New York on tho
PETERSON & STOLLEY'S COLUMN A NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
New^Stoape
AND
NEW GOODS
I I
feeterson & Stolley,
LATE
of Milwaukee, have just opened, at
Tobey's old stand, a large add Choice
stock of New Goods direct from the East
ern markets. These Goods were purchased
at the lowest prices during the late pauio
in the Dry Goods market, aud will be sold
at snob a small profit tbat we are confident
we can.:
any other establishment in town.
Among our stock may be found
DRY GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
O O S A N S O E S
YANKEE NOTIONS & CUTLERY.
In the Dry Goods Lino wo have
Prints, Drown and Bleached Muslins,
Denims, Ticking, Shirting Stripe,
all-wool Flannels, Ladies' Cloth,
Domestic and Imported
Ginghams,
Dress Patterns,
Hoop
'Skirts, Bal
moral do, Mousse
line deLaines. Shawls
Guipure Laces, Embroid
ery, Fin* Shetland,-Tuisel
and Zephyr Wool, all colors,
Cotton and Silk Velvet Ribbons,
Taffetndo.Silk and Velvet Trimmings,
Dress Buttons.a great variety, Embroid
ery and Sewing Silk, Silk Chenille, Wire do,
Dress Braid, Serpentine do, Alpacea do, Silk
Cotton and Worsted Embroidery do, all
colon, Embroidery Cotton, Colored
and While, German and Do
mestic Knitting Cotton,
Cotton&Lineu Thread,
Spool Thread, Kid
Gloves, Silk
Hair Nets,
Beaded
do.,
SCARFSft.CRAVATS,
SUSPENDERS,fee.,fcc.
Among our
Yankee Notions
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
FANCY BASKETS,
BIRD CAGES,
LOOKING GLASSES,
SPINNING WHEELS,
Musical Instruments,
VIOLINS,
ACCORDEONS,
FIFES AND HARMONICONS,
VIOLIN AND
.:• GUITAR STR1NG8,
Fancy Work Boxes, Spy Glasses,
China Flower Vases, China
Cups and Parlor Or
naments,
Breviaries and Fancy Crosses, Jewelry, Rings,
Breast Pins, Cornelian Rings, Coral
Beads, Wax Beads, Steel and Gold
Beads, Gold and Silver Hollow
Beads, Fancy Working Beads,
ail colors. Ladies' Bell Buckles,
new styles, Ladies'Back Combs
Children's Round do. Dres
sing Combs of all kinds,
Fine Combs, Tooth
Brushes.
Of the most exquisite and delicate varieties.
POCKET BOOKS,
PORTMONAIES,
FANCY PURSES,
TEA BELL8,
8ATCHEL8,
SEWING BIBD8,
PERSONAL.—Among the passengers
by the Northern Belle yesterday we no
ticed the return of J. H. McAllister,
E*}., agent at this place for the Penn
sylvania Central Railroad. Mr. McAl
lister accompanied companies H, and I,
of the 1st Minnesota, under charge of
Capt. Crawford, They went by
thoT"obadoo,
Control Road. Mr. McAllister is one
of the most indefatigable workers we
have in the west. Nothing is left un
done that can be done to forward the
interests of the road he represents. In
season and out of season he is at' work,
and he is fast bringing this road into
popular favor among our citizens as the
route to the. East. The Central could
not find abetter man to look after their
interests in Minnesota.—Pioneer.
SPECTACLES,
SEWING. KNITTING,
NETTING NEEDLES,
PEARL AND AGATE
SHIRT BUTTONS,
PLAYING CARDS,
CARD BOARD AND
CANVASS for Embroidering,
8ILK AND WORSTED
CURTAIN CORDS,
WHALEBONES AND
CORSET CLASP8.
Cigars,
Fine Catting and Chewing
SWEET BRIAR,
MEERCHAUM, AND
CHINA PIPES,
SNUFF,
TOBACCO COUCHES,
MATCH BOXES,
JSTOTJOm
ALEdward
parsons indebted to the lata firm of
M. Tobey & Co are requested
te settle their accounts before the in
dfty Of Jnly, 1865. If not settled prior
to that time, they will be placed in an at
torney's hands for collection.
All persons having claims against the.
firm are requested to. present them imme
diately.
EDWARD M. TOBEY,
CHARLES H. COATS.
»jMw CHARLBS TAYLOR,
Administrator of.the estate of C. H. Coats.
I T. CLOUD, MINN.,
April 28th, 1S05,
AND OFFICE,
To Peter Ifannis:
Yon are hereby notified to appear at this
office, on the 20th day of June next, at 10
o'olock A.M., to show cause if any there
be why your Homestead entry No 841 made
at this office, on the 24th day of June, 1868,
should not be cancelled,, as Michael Lakoff
alleges an abandonment on your, part, and
will then appear at this office with witnes
ses to prove the same.
T. C. McCLURE, Register, -.
m4-6w C. A. OILMAN, Receiver.
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF.
Orrics Caur COMMIMAKT or SoMUTurci,)
DISTRICT or MiirITMOTA,
St. Paul, Minn., April 27,186C.
SEALED PROPOSALS
In duplicate, will be received at this office
until
12 o'clock M.,
Wednesday. May 17,1865
rOR FURNISHING
E S E E
TO THE TROOPS
Stationed at, and drawing supplies from,
the following military posts in the District
of Minnesota:
tstaint a
Simelliaigr,
A
-"Wacltrvrortlm,"
fstftulc
CIGAR CASES,
WHIPS ft LASHES, CANES A ••BRELLAS,
And other articles too numerous to mention.
PETERSON ft STOLLEY,
Comer WaiMnghm or. and fit Germain St.,
v7n41 8
A a it HII1
le
The contract to commence on the
Piist Day of July, 1865,
and to be in force for twelve months, or
such less time as the Commissary General
of Subsistence may direct.
Separate bids will be received for each of
the above posts, or one bid may include all
of them.
The Beef to be of good and wholesome
quality with equal proportions of fore and
hind quarters. Necks, shanks and kidney
tallow to be excluded. The necks of the
cattle slaughtered for beef under the con
tract shall be cut off at the fourth vertebral
joint, and the breast trimmed down.' The
shanks of the fore quarter shall be cut off
from three to four inches above the knee
joint and of the hind quarters from six
to eight inches above the gambrel or hock
joint..
The beef, to be delivered at such times
and in such quantities as may be required.
The bids to state the price per net pound
at which the beef will be furnished.
Proposals from contractors who have
previously failed to comply with their bids
from disloyal persons or where the bidder
is not present to respond to his bid, will not
be considered.
All bids must be accompanied by two
guaranties. The responsibility of the guar
antors, unless known to the undersigned,
must be shown by the official certificate of
the Clerk of the nearest District Court, or
the United States District Attorney.
Bidders will give their names and ad
dress in full, and in the case offirmsthe
name and address of each individual mem
ber must, as well as the name of the firm,
be stated.
Bonds with good security will be requir
ed from successful bidders.
FORM OF GUARANTEE.
We, of the County of •, and
State of do hereby guarantee that
is able to fulfill the contract in ac
cordance with the terms of his proposition
and that, should his proposition be accept
ed, he will at once enter into a contract in
accordance therewith. Should the con
tract te awarded him, we are prepared to
become his securities.
[This guarantee must be appended to
each bid.]
Those not corresponding with the above
conditions will be rejected.
Bids to be directed to "Capt. R. E. Da
vis, C. 8." and endorsed ••Proposals for
Beef."
The undersigned reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
my4-2t R. E. DAVIE8,
Captain and Commissary of Subsistence.
St. Cloud and Sauk River
LAND AGENCY.
H. WAIT,
Proposalsfor Any Trais
portatwn.
& a
I
OfflCC Of CttVtlf QVABT»Ma4ftt«,
DISTRICT of MiifaasoTA,
St. Paul, Minnesota, April 22, 1865.
In duplicate wlftl be weeite* at' this office
ro 8 -:OFT rfaWO
I:
12 o'olock M.
ON THE 6TH DAY OF MAY,J86R
For the Transportation of
UILITARY SUPPLIES,
a 1st, 1 8 6 6
On the Following Routes.
Route No. 1. From St. Paul, Minnesota,
to Fort Ripley, Minnesota, and all posts or
stations that are, or may be established
east of the Mississippi River, and north of
St. Paul in the Slate of Minnesota, and
south of the 47th degree of north latitude.
Route No. 2. From St. Paul, Minnesota,
to the military posts of Sauk Centre, Alex
andria, Pomme de Terre, Minnesota, Fort
Ahercrombie, D. T., and any posts or sta
tions that are or may be established in the
District of Minnesota west of the Missis
sippi river, between the 46th and 47th de
grees of north latitude.
Route No. 3. From St. Paul, Minnesota,
to Fort Bjdgely, Minnesota, Fort Wads
worth, D. T., and all posts or stations that
are or may be established in the District
of Minnesota, south of the 46th degree
north latitude, west of the Mississippi riv
er.
Route No. 4. From St. Paul, Minnesota,
to any military posts or stations that are
or may be established in the Miliary Dis
trict of Minnesota, north of the 47th degree
north latitude.
Route No. 5. For the hauling of all mili
tary supplies from and to the Levee, Gov
ernment Warehouses and Railroad Depot
in the City -of St. Paul, Minnesota. The
price given to include the delivery of said
supplies in said warehouses, &c.
Bids for each route must be on separate
sheets of paper. Bidders for routes Nos. 1,
2, 3, and 4 to state the price per one hun
dred .pounds per mile at which they will
transport all military supplies, during each
month of the year, except for the post of
Fort Wadsworth, D. and any new post
that may be established north of the 47th
degree north latitude, in the District of
Minnesota., fcr which posts the supplies
will be -furnished between the months of
May and October.
The price given to transport said stores
from St. Paul, Minnesota to points named
in Routes No.'s 1, 2, 3, and 4, will include
at the same rate any return transportation
there may be, as well as for the moving ofc
all military supplies from one post or point
to anothei in each prescribed district.
Bidders will state how it is proposed to
transport said stores
The contractors will be held responsible
for any injury to, or loss of stores that
may he found to exist when delivered at
their destination.
A bond with good sad satisfactory secu
rity will be required from the person to
whom the contract ty be awarded.
Bidders will give their names and ad
dress in full In case of firms, the precise
name and address of each member, with
the name of the firm, will be stated.
All contracts are subject to the approval
of the Quartermaster-General of the United
States Army.
AH bids must be accompanied by two
guaranties. The responsibility of the guar
antors must be shown by the official certifi
cate of the Clerk of the nearest U. S. Dis
trict Court, or the U.'S. District Attorney.
FORM OF GUARANTEE.
We and of the County of
State of Minnesota, do hereby guarantee
that is able to fulfill a contract in ac
pordauce with bis proposition and that
should his proposition be accepted, he will
at once enter into a contract in accordance
therewith. Should a contract be awarded
him, we are prepared to become his secu
rities.
Parties to whom awards are made must
be prepared to exreute contracts at once,
and to give the required bonds for the
faithful performance of the same.
Contractors will furnish the necessary
Revenue 'stamps for bonds and contracts.
Bids from disloyal persons from those
who have heretofore failed to comply with
their propositions or contracts. or from
those who do not comply with the above
requirements, will not be considered.
Contractors must be in readiness for ser
vice,by the 22d day of May, 1865.
Bidders are invited to be present at the
opening of the bids.
Proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for
transporting military stores on Route No.
(i, 2, 3, 4 or 5, as the case may be,)
and addressed to the undersigned.
GRACE
a TjemA A.gjeiit,
AT ST. CLOUD, MINN.,
Ottos next doer to the Unite* Btatas Land Office,time,
GIVESand
particular attention to the selec
tion location of Lands for non-res
idents, &o. All business entrusted to his
are pmmptly attended to. vfnlS
H. L. CARVER,
Capt. and A. Q. M.,
ap27-2w St. Paul, Minn.
To the Unmarried.
VAN EVERT, the gifted Clair
voyant and Futurist, can, by the aid of
the Horoscope, produce a
Perteet ItIkemeM of mr Fwtwre Part-
giving the date of the happy event, leading
traits of character, occupation, whether rich
or poor, Post Office address, and other val
uable information, if desired.
Send by mail, prepaid, One Dollar, and
Red Stamp, with a full description of your
self, and I will return the likeness, with
the above information. Address
GRACE VAN EVERY,
v7n38 P. O. Drawer 686, Detroit, Mich.
JsTOTIOB
I will commence on the 16th of April,
castrating Colts. Having had two years
experience in the business in this place, 1
eaa warrant satisfaction.
F. SMITHSON,
One mile from St. Cloud, on the Clearwa
ter road. v7n36-8m
NOTICE.—Noticey
is hereby given, that
1 have given son, Allen Vessey, his
to act and trade for himself. And
shall claim none pf his earnings, nor pay
any debts of his contracting, after this
date. WILLIAM VESSEY.
Sauk Center, April 22nd,1866. 40-3t
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Pen for tl 00 tb« Alwavt-lUadjTm^itot 91» th«
Elegit P.D »d *&™J*£**L uT*£Z
pen^re not numbered, bat unUtpoo* in aues
Snmben 8,8,4,6 and 6 raspKtively.
•tnxfkux nans i».aav»B-pfc*J^,«x*»*10*'
CASKS WITH pievciie.
foTlliotheAliAjtKeadyPen fcrfcOOtheHegant
Pen, andfor$225 tnyjaeeWorPm.
S A a
although theyanunwurrtOttd, and mtrejore notex
changeable.
MORTON'S W A A N PENS.
The name "A. Morton," -Mamber," awl *3*£*££
ar? .tamprt on th. foUowhni^JI^MSnt
warrantalfor six monthe,
a
Vl,
The namben indicate aiM onVfi No. I being the
.nSr«^No.ethe ^p^'^^J^mmml^
No. 4, the •malleet, and No. 10 the largestnwnmmotb
Gold Pen,forthe deek.
LonV-na mediant nibs of aU •taea and
Short nibe of Naa. 4,6,«, and 7, and made only of ftrat
Thekmg and abort ntba are fine pointed the me
dium niba are broad coane buidnesa pointe. The en
graTinga arc mc-eimilei of the rites and atylee.
GOLD PBS8, WITHOUT CASKS.
For $125aNo.lpen,l»tquality oraNo.3pen 3dqual.
Por $160 a No 2 pen, Ut quality or a No 3 pen, 2d
quality or a No 4 pen, 3d quality.
ror$2O0aNo3-pen,lat quality or a No4 pen, Sd
quality or a No 6 pen, 3d quality
For $2 25 a No 4 pen, l»t quality or a No S pen, 2d
quality ora No 6 pen, 3d quality
For $2 75* No 6 pen, lit quality or a No 6 pen, 2d
quality.
For $350 a No pen: $450 a No 7 pea $576 a No 8
pen $650aNo9 pen $7 20 a No 10 pen—all lit
quality.
TH* SAMS GOLD PBB8, IX SILTS* KXTBN8I0X
CASKS, WITH FKSCILS.
For *200 a No. 1 pen, lit quality or a No 8 pen, 3d
quality.
For $2 60 a No 2 pen, 1st quality era No 3 pen, 2d
quality or a No 4 pen, 3d quality.
For $3 00 a No 3 pen, lit quality or a No 4 pea, 24
quality or a No 6 pen, 3d quality.
For $2 75 a Ab 4 pen, lit quality or a JVb 5 pen, 2d
quality or a No 6 pen,3d quality.
For$450aNo5penUtqnality oraNo6pen,2d quality.
For $572 a No 6 pen* lit quality.
GOLD rues, ALL nasi QGAUTT, IS SUTSS-JIOCXIID
MSK-HOLDKM.
For $275 a No 4pen for $3 25 a Ab5 pen for $400 a
No 6 pen:for$676 a No 7 pen. ^.
For $7 a No 8 pen for $8 a No. 9 pen andfor$9
a No 10 pen.
The "lit Quality" are pointed with the very best
Iridoenun point*, carefully aelected, and none of this
quality are sold with the slightest imperfection which
•kill and the cloaeit acrntiny can detect.
The "2d Quality" are luperior to any Pens made by
him previous to the year 1860.
The "3d Quality" he intend* shall equal in r«p*ct to
durability, elasticity, and good writing qualities (the
only trueconsidrationi)any Hold Pew madeelsewhere.
In regard to the Cheap Gold Pens, he begs leave to
aay that previous to operating his New and Patented
Machines, be conld not hare mad* aa ood writing
and durable Pens for the price, bad the Gold been
furnished gratuitously.
Parties ordering must in all instances specify tho
"Name" or the "Number" and "Q«wlity" of the Pens
wanted, and be particular to describe tho kind they
prefer—whether stiff or limber, coarse or See.
All remittances sent by mail in registered letters
are at my risk: and to all who send twenty cents
(chargeforregistering) inadditiontothepriceof goods
ordered, I will guarantee their safe delivery
Parties sending gold or silver will be allowed tho
full premium on the day received.
TO CLUBS.—Adiscountof 10percent willbeallowed
on sums of $12, of 15 per cent on $24, andof 20percent
on $48, if sent to one address at one time. Addre.^
A. MORTON,
No. 25 Maiden Lace, New York
NEW
Eating House!
F. 0 N I Proprietor
The undersigned has fitted up the second
floor of his new building on Washington
avenue, four doors above the Fletcher
House, for an Eating House, where
O "2T S E IR, S
Fried, Stewed or Raw,
BEEFSTEAK, a
HAM AND EGGS,
TRIPE,
SAUSAGE,
PIGS'^ FEET,
&c, kc
Can be had at all hours, served up in good
style.
All kinds of fine liquors at the bar,
the first floor.
The public are invited to
on
CALL AND SEE OS.
F. MONTF.
St. Cloud, March 14,1866. v7u34
OWAKO ASSOCIATION, PBTUMLFRIA, PJLI
Disemsts of AM Aervotu. Smminmt, CWaary «aaT
Asaal Sj/stcmt—new and reliable treatment—in re
port! of the Howard Association—sent by audiin seal
ad letter envelopes free of charge. Address, Dr. J.
8snxBK HOTOSTCS, Howard Association, No. 2 south
Math street, Philadelphia, Pa. von32-ly
SPKCIAA. NOTICKS.
Tss BanuL CBAJSixa, an Kssay of Warning and In
structionforYoung Men—publishad by tea Howard
Association, and sent free of charge in sealed envoi
opes. Address, Dr. J. 8KILLKN HOUGHTON, How
ard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. vTa3S-ly
-TJ-THISUCRS! WHISKERS!—DovoawantTTnis
Y* kers or Moustaches 1 Our Grecian Compound
will force them togrow on the smoothest face or chin,
or hair on bald heads, la Via Weeks. Price, *t.oo.
Bent by mail anywhere, closely sealed, on receipt of
price. Address, WARNKR. a 00
•TnfMy Box 138, Brooklyn, N?T
A CABB TO IrrAUna.—A Clergyman, while residiag
In South America as a missionary, discovered a safe
and simple remedyforthe care of Nervous Weakness,
Barly Decay, Diseases of the Urinary Seininal
Organs, and the whole train of disorder* brought on
by baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers have
been already cared by this noble remedy. Prompted
by a desire teheneflt the asneted and unfortunate, I
will send the recipeforpreparing and using this med
icine, in a esaled envelope, to aay one who needs it.
Frit of Charge.
Please inclose a post-paid envelope, addressed to
yourself. Address,
JOSKPH T. INMAN.
T7B&5 Station D, Bible Honse, New York CM*

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