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& *M •Ufr ". ,:.. DiBBCTOkT or M. £. CHCKCH.—Divine service every Sabbath, at 10l£ a. iu., and 7 p. m. Prayer MeeUug •ad Clftrt every Thursday evening at 7^. Sabbath School at ll^j o'clock every Sabbath morning, t* iMB*f TAVHTICB,^*»*'*. *3-Tn\« Circulation ortk Democrat la OUl'BLE or »ny other paper pnblUhe above St. Aatnoa VaUai ttct Advertisers remember tbla. 49* a binds of JO W O *»11 at tbla Omco. W a O A a iBtelligent, holiest, industrious boy, of from sixteen to nine teen years of Age, to learn the printing business. Good wages will be paid. In quire at this office. fgf Our reading space is a little crowd ed this week but the publication of the tax list expires with this issue, and we will next week have our usual space. •The Rev. Geo. L. Chase, of Anoka, having been unable to keep his appoint ment for last Sabbath, will preach at St. John's church on next Sabbath, 7th inst. 9&* We would call attention to the new advertisement of Peterson & Stolly, a firm just from Milwaukee. As will be seen, their stock embraces an almost endless va riety of articles in demand in this market, and they claim tobe able to undersell all tompetitors. The ladies Will find any thing in the line of fancy articles that they may Wish. Do not waste your money buying any of the worthless articles called GOLD Pelts-, Which have flooded the market for lit* last few years, When at lower prices you can get pens which are acknowledged to be the Bfcsf tit THR WORCIH lvo:d the shameless Upstarts whose lack nf braiiis compels them to attempt IMITA TION, even to thfi advertisement. If you a ant ihe full value of your money, see in anoth er column The Pe is Mightier than the Sword/' RE-BUILT.—Thos. C. Aide", in no wise discouraged by his recent misfortune, has re-built his slaughter house on the same «pot where the old one stood. INDIAN SHOT.—On last Wednesday a guu in the hands of a young Indian was acci- dentally discharged, the contents taking •effect in the body of the young man's fath •er. It is thought he will recover. The ac cident occurred near the islands below •town. CU.VNGKD Hwfos.—On Monday last the books and papers of the U. S- Deputy As eessorship ol litis sub-division passed from *he bauds of Mr. T. Elwell to Mr. L. Gor don, and the latter entered at once upon this new duties. Mr. Elwell has made a good officer, gentlemanly and accommoda ting and Mr. Gortor's well known busi ness talents give promise that he will not be less opular. FROM CHATTANOOGA —A private letter from Chattanooga states that Aiverton Whitney, of Maine Prairie, a member of 'Company E, Heavy Artillery, died in the hospital at that pb*ce, on the 23d of April, of measles. David Goodner, of the same place, who hud been dangerously ill. was recovering. .MAILS —The stages on the east side of the river now take a daily mail, instead of tri-weekly, as heretofore. The mail service on the Fort Abercrom bie route has been increased to tri-weekly as far as Sauk Centre. The days of de parture of mads will be Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday—on the latter day the mails •go B-a furtker than Sauk Centre. The oldfor •day, Friday, was much preferable to Thurs day for mail accommodations. PERSONAL.—Mr. E. M. T*bey returned "from the Ea.«t on Friday evening, very much improved in health. He intends going again heavily into business in this city. J. M.«Rosengerger returned from Chi cago on Saturday. Hon. J. P. Wilson started this morning for the oil regions of Pennsylvania, where he will "keep an eye open" for the main chance. -CITY ELECTION.—The contest at the elec- tion on Monday last was quite spirited.— The tickets in the field, made up without regard to party, were: CITIZENS' TICKET. JPor Mayor, E. O. Hamlin Far Recorder, CiriXBNS' TICKET. For Mayor, A. B. Curry. For Recorder, 59 John Zapp. 28 86 Tor Aldermen, J. Broker, W. Powell, John Zapp. For Aldermen, M. Hansen, B. Vosberg, 44 47 8e 41 B. Vosberg, A. B. Curry. 50 L. G. Sims, L. Bobbers. 43 40 We have placed after each name the num ber of votes received at the election. It will be seen that B. Vosberg, Wm. Powell*. ^eph Broker and Michael Hansen were the successful, or unsuccessful, candidates for Aldermen for the position is one ofturn "great vexation of spirit" and no profit. The persons whose names appeared on the tickets were the most indifferent as to the result. The Council is, on the whole, a very good one. THE OUT-OOINO COUNCIL.—It was not through any want of confidence in the pres ent Mayor and members of the Council, or lack of appreciation of their services, that they were not re-elected on Monday, but because they thought they had already suffered sufficiently for their country, and utterly refused to bear the iron yoke of honor another year. We shall miss Judge Evans' fragile form from the Mayor's ehair, which he has filled (partially) so well and we regret that it will not be again our pleasure to participate in.midnight sessions with Aldermen Burbank, Taylor and Wait. Hoping that you enjoyed your salary, we bid you, Gentlemen, aldermanically "Adeo." Burbank ft Co. are receiving new good 4. ITRMS.—Dr. C. Weber, of St. Jo., having disposed of his hotel property at that place, has purchased a lot in this city, on St. Ger main street, almost opposite Bur bank & Co.'s store, upon which ho will erect a building for a drug store, to be occupied bjr himself. If you havne't a Morton Pen, send for one without delay. See price list In another column. We leartt that Mr. C» C. Holmes, Post master at Sauk Rapids, has sent in his rcs ignalion, recommending Mr. Goodhue as his successor Mr. J. R. Weaver, Postmaster at Rock ville, has also resigned. The office will probably be discontinued. N. Lahr is Moving his plow factory from St. Germain street to a lot near the old Catholic Church. Rogers & Gilmore have removed their livery stable, temporarily, to the barn back of the Fletcher House. Capt. Davies' advertisement for fresh beef will be noticed. An important notice from Charles Tay lor will be found among the new adver tisements. Sergeant Geo Gregory, of the 11th Reg iment, has been detailed for duty in Capt. PlUmmer's office, Provost Marshal at Nash ville. P. Laughlin, a former well-known citi zen, is a Captain in a negro regiment sta tioned at Morgamia, La. We are indebted to Mr. Will Kinkead for a late copy of the Richmond Whig. The grass is eoming up tresh and green. THE SI'CPEB.— The ladies of St, Cloud really excelled themselves it the supper given oh Monday evening, for the benefit of the Soldiers' Home at Chicago. The long tables, reaching around almost three sides of Broker's Hall, were loaded with goo 1 things that not only tasted good, but looked elegant andwere well arranged. They were, in every sense, tasty. The Hall Was crowded with ladies, gentlemen and little folks. Three or four tables were served, and sttcta an abundance of untouch ed food remained that the Committee was nonplussed how to best dispose Of it. The principal iuterest of the evening centered jn a large pyramid cake, Which Was to be given to that jniuister residing ib St. Cloud who should receive the largest num ber of votes. The voting was lively and resulted AS follows Rev. Ballou (Univer salis!) 570: Rev. Stewart (Episcopalian) 478 Rev. Tice (Methodist) 45 Rev. Camp bell (Presbyterian) 20 Hev. Minold (Cath olic) 17. Mr. Cullo.i received the cake— and the ladies, §-3ti 33. The net proceeds of the supper, including ihe voting, were $208.20. The expenses amounted to only $5.65. The ladies certainly deserve great credit for their energy and tact. AT HOMR.—We received a call on Mon day, from Capt. Wm. Augustus Hotcbkiss, commanding the Second Minnesota Battery. He with bis company, are at present on oat post duty at Philadelphia, Tenn. about 73 miles from Chattanooga.—Anoka Sentinel. We should judge from the above that Capt. was rather an ubiquitous sert of an individual. FOB SALE.—A fine, five-barreled, Colt's Revolver, as good as new,—late patent— 0 inch barrel. Call at the gun-shop of JOSEPH NOEL. TXAKE NOICB.—We have just ptrnied a supply of blanks for the use of towns, un dcr the law relieving recruits and drafted men from paying taxes for bounties. Also, Summons and Subpoenas for Jus tices of the Peace. Town Clerks can procure suitable blanks dog licences at this office, already printed. FROM I E GEORGETOWN, April 26th, 1865. FRIEND WILLIAM.—Agreeably to promise, I drop you a line to let you know the pro- gress of affairs here. The steamer International arrived day before yesterday, from her wintering place at Frog Point, forty miles below here. One hour and a half after the ice passed her, she was ou her way to this place, to take on her first cargo of the season. She is now loaded, and to-morrow morning will take her departure for the "breezy North." Hope she will have a good time.- She takes down 1000 bundles telegraph wire for the Overland Telegraph Company 100 barrels s«ed grain for the Hon. Hudson's Bay Co. 1 steam saw- mill for same 1 engine and distillery for J. B. Holmes 100 bushels of wheat for same —in all, about 75 tons. The ice went out of the river here on the 16th, and on the 24th we had a boat. Quite metropolitan, eh St. Paul don't beat us much—except in rascality and Sanitary Fairs. There is a detachment of troops (Col. Adams' battalion) here, and to their tender mercies we leave the place and its inhabi tants, (dogs, lice and Indians) until our re from Fort Garry. When we get back, I will let you know what kind' of a trip we had. Yours, eT.aiLOjjXi, P. B. ST. CLOUD MARKETS CORRECTED WEEKLT. Wheat, per bushel, Corn, Oats, Rye, Barley, Hay, per ton, Butter, per lb Eggs, per dozen, Cord Wood, ,. Beans, per bushel, Potatoes, Onions, Beef, per cwt, Pork, Kerosene Oil, per gal, Hides, green, per lb, Hides, dry, Flour, Corn meal, per cwt. Buckwheat Sugars, crushed, coffee & P. R. Teas. Young Hyson & black, Coffee, $ 75a 80 QOalOO a 65 110a 115 180al4 0 700 15a 18 16 4 00a450 a800 a 60 300a500 a 1000 1500 160 3 8 750a80O 275 700 16 a 26 150a200 a 40 E. W. & L. G. SIMS, WHOLESAL E AN RETAI DEALERS IN IDirugs and Medicines, AT BROKER'S BLOCK, Our stock of the following goods is fall OILS All the popular Patent Medicines of the day, equal, we trust, to the demand, at W. & L. G. SIMS'. OTATIONERY. Paper and Envelopes—all kinds and qualities, at prices satisfactory, at W. & L. G. SIMS'. AMPS. An endless variety, at prices defying competition, at W. ft L. G. SIMS'. TJRUSHES* Of all kinds, from the delicate Infant's and Ten-cent Tooth, to the H*ige Wall, at E. W. & L. U. SIMS'. FLAVORING EXTRACTS. All the genuine brands, at E. W. & L. G. SIMS* J. R. BENNETT, BEAM* IS STAri* A*D FA5CT Dry Goods, CLOTHING, RATS & CAPS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, MIRRORS, GROCERIES, & BEING nbw in receipt of my Fall and Winter Stock, which has been selected with care, purchased at close figures and with reference to the increasing wants of this section, I would most respectfully in vite purchasers to call and examine my assortment. In Dress Good I have a fine line, consisting of French Merinoes, Crape du Chenes and Amures, Alpaccas, Paramattas, Tartan Checks, Poplins, Plaid, Striped and Brocaded Mo hairs, Printed and All-Wool Delaines, ftc. Ladies Cloths, Fur Victorinesand Capes, Misses' Ermine Victorinea and Talmas. Hosiery and Gloves, Ladies' Merino Vest* and Drawers, Wool Hoods, Nubias, &c &c. Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches and Flowers. Business and Over Coats, Pants, Vests, Undershirts and Drawers, Gray and Fancy Wool Overshirts, Jackets, Buck Mitts, Gloves, Gauntlets, 4c Saxony, Fur and Cloth Hats, Seal, Nu tria, Plush and Cloth Caps, &c. Trunks, Satehels, Blankets, &c. 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, Ac. Crockery, Glassware, Lair ps, Mirrors, 4 a very large assortment. CLASS, ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AN CIGARS, DATENT iMEDICINES. BOOTS & SHOES 4 All of which will be disposed of at the very lowest market rates von CASH. v«nl9-tf R. BENNETT. i&xisnsr. PUTT* LtNSEED, LARD, WHALE AND COAL OIL, 2 N N Lubin's, Mitchell's) Olenn's and Jaques' Extract of "Pond Lilly," "Rondelitia," &c, &c, at SPANISH SOLE LEATHER, OAR SOLE E A E X-eatlier, HARNESS AND BRIDLB LEATHER, TampiCo and Maddrass, Morocco Splits, Shoe and Saddle Skirting, Belt and Lace Leather, FRENCH CALF SKINS, '••_•••• WHITE *. JAD, ... BENZOLE, JAPAN, PUM. WINES AND LIQUORS. CHOICE PERFUMERIES. B. W. & L. G. SIMS'. 'POILET SOAPS, DENTIFRICES, HAIR DRESSINGS, DYES & GLOSSES, A complete assortment of all the stand ard brands, at E. W. & L. G. SIMS'. ROCERIES. In connection with our stock of Drugs, we keep a good supply of Groceries, to which we invite the attentian of the public. E. W. & L. G. SIMS. Leather! Leather! KESSLER & RIEHL, Importers, Tanners and Carriers, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, ARstantlW no receiving and will keep con on hand the largest and best stock nf Leather and Findings in the State —consisting of S in COUNTRY KI S I N S 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 orders. Cash paid for Hides, Furs and Deer Skins. KESSLER & RIEHL, No. 306 Third street, sign of the "Black Bear." v6n40-ly BOOTS A ND SHOES, Leather and Findings, AT E O. SMITH'S. Men's calf, kip and stoga custom Boots. Men's calf, kip and stoga Eastern Boots. Men's calf, kip and stoga Brogans. Men's calf, kip and stoga Balmorals. Men's ealf Congress Gaiters,. Boys' Boots and Shoes, all kinds. Youths' and Children's Shoes, all kinds. Women's calf and goat 8hoes, all kinds. Misses' calf and goat Shoes, all kinds. Children's Shoes, all kinds, copper tipped. Ladies' serge Congress Gaiters, No. 1. Ladies' serge Balmorals, No. 1. Ladies' Slippers and Buskins. Sole and Upper Leather. French and Domestic Calf Skins. Shoe thread, Nails, Pegs, Wax, 4c Plastering Hair in any quantity. Also', a good assortment of Men's and Boy's Hats, of all kinds. The above mentioned goods have just been received from the East, and are for sale at surprisingly low priees for the times. CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELF. 15 paid for Hides a Calfskins v6n41 E C. SMITH. BBLS. CARBON OIL. 6 do Kerosene Oil. 10 do Burning Fluid, at ib 20 kegs do do 10 do Goldeu Je 10 do Amber do at 200 J. G. & H. C. BURBANK & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERo IN Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing, O O S S O S S A O I E S Groceries. Provisions. 4 &% £)t. ,01 owd, Miuuoaota Just Received FULL COiPLETE STOCK OF Spring and Summer Goods! Staple and Faney Dry Goods. Brown and Bleached Muslins, Cotton Flannels, Defeims ticking, Hickory, All Wool Flannels, Linen and Worsted Damask, Domestic and Lancaster Ginghams Philip Allen, SpragUe, Merritdac and Union Prints. Hoop Skirts, Balmoral Skirts, Cotton Velvet, Plain and Fancy Velvet Ribbons, Tafta Ribbons, Black and Figured Silks, Brocades, Chintz, Coberge, Plain and Rep'd Merinoes, Mous. de Laines, All Wool Delaines, Scotch Plaids, Alpacas, French Corsets, Ladies' Vests (silk and worsted) Dimity Bands, Ruffling, Plain and Fancy Shawls, and an -... Immense Assortment of Hoods, Nnbia Hoods, Scarfs, 8ontags, Tripods, &c Embracing all the latest styles and selected with great eare especially foe this market R,e«acL Made Clothing We Offer dilr customers One df the largest stock ever brought to Northern Mnnesota Hade in the most Substantial manner! CONSISTING OVER COATS, DRESS COATS, BUSINESS COATS, PLAIN AND FIGURED PANTS, PLAIN AND FANCY VESTS, WOOL JACKETS HEAVY PLAIN AND FANCY WOOL OVERSH1RTS, DRAWERS, ttSftttfO VNDKR8HIKTS, OVERALLS, NBCK TIES, WOOL SOCKS, RUBBER SUITS. *o. acl O O S A N S O E S rOR LADIES' AN GENTLEMEN'S WEAR! Embracing Plain Calf, Pebble Calf, Kid.Goat, Glove Kid and Serge Balmorals, Congress, Kid and Lace Gaiters. Kip and Calf Custom Made Boots, Boys' and Youths' Boots, Children's and Misses' Balm***]*, and Gaiters. Army Shoes, &c. IBC.A.I'S -A.2STID O IP S A lat$e and veil-selected Assortment of WOOL, rGLOVES AND MITT8. OfTttt A fur, Bdck and Torn. Bit AVER alto And E a is FLUSH CLOTH. Groceries and Provisions, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, KA BOXES MINNESOTA CHEESE. 0 30 boxes of "Western Reserve." at J. C. 4- H. C. BURBANK & CO. BOXES DE LAND'S CELEBRATED 0 Chemical Saleratus, at A J"* *i O* A N Se, O 100 H. C. BURBANK $ CO. QK BOXES FRESH PEACHES. /CO 26 Boxes Green Corn. 26 Boxes Fresh Tomatoes, at KATIOXES ASSORTED CANDY. O 25 Boxes "extra" Fancy Candy, at C. H. C. BURBANK CO. BBI S. MESS PORK, at fH BVRBANK d- CO 400 BBLS. FLOUR, at J.C.& 8 C. BURBANK $ CO 200 J. C. B. C. BUhBANKf CO. WHOLE, HALF AND QUARTER 0 0 Boxes Raisins, crop nf 1862, at J. C. d" H. C. BURBANK $ CO. BBLS. SALINA SALT, at J. C.^UC BURBANK CO 100 SKS. G. A. SALT, at J. C. 4" H. C. BURBANK $ CO. 100 BBLS. SUGAR—REFINED NO. 1 Prime, and Porto Rico, at J.C. 4* H. C. BURBANK $ CO. A BBLS. CRUSHED AND POWDERED 0\J Sugars. 50 boxes Mould Candles. 35 do Star Candles, at J. C. 4" H. C. BURBANK4* CO. 100 J. C. H. C. BURBANK CO TIERCES RICE. 10 BBLS. RICE 10 Sacks Dried Peaches, 30 do do Apples, at J. C. B. C. BURBANK% CO. A CHESTS Y. H. TEA. 4XJ 10 ehesta Imperial Tea. 20 do assorted Black Teas, at BBLS. SODA, BUTTER, PICNIC and Boston Crackers, at J. C. 4- H. C. BURBANK 4» CO. 150 BBLS. HAKD BREAD, at J. C. 4* H. C. BURBANK 4 CO. QARDINES. O 60 cases and boxes. 50 easea 2 «t eaas freak Cove Oysters. 10 do da Lobsters. 10 do do 8almon. J.C.cyH. C. BURBANK4" CO PRINTERS'bINK—ALL COLORS. For sale J. C. H. C. BRUBANKf CO BOXES PALM SOAP. 35 do German Soap. 10 do Castile Soap, at 50 J. C. H. C. BURBANK 4/ CO. O BBLS. N. &0 20 bbls S.0H.MOLASSES. Syrup. J. C.$H. C. BURBANK4* CO ASSORTED TOBACCO—COMPRIS ing all the favorite brands, a J. C. H. C. BURBANK 4* CO BOXES SALERATUS. 10 do Starch, Pearl and Corn, at J. C. 4- H. C. BURB ANK Jt CO 100 BBLS. COMMON, BOURBON AND Rye Whisky. 5 pipes Holland Gin. 6 |-do French Brandy, at J. C. 4/ H. C. BURBANK CO 125 J. C. H. C. BURBANK & CO. KEGS OF NAILS AND SPIKES 100 boxes assorted Window Glass 10 gross pt flasks 5 casks Prunes 5 casks Currants 8 cases Nutmegs 20 matte Cassia 60 cans Mustard 10 bags whole Pepper and Pimento 10 ens English and French Mustard 60 bbls Vinegar 30 boxes Babbitt's Pure Saleratus 80 coils assorted Manilla Cordage 35 doien Bed Cords 15 boxes Vermicelli aud Maccaren 30 boxes Starch 10 deaen 2 and 8 hooped Pails 80 dosen assorted Tubs 500 boxes G. Caps—and Eln andC Coke's water 600 lbs bar Lead. 50 sac shot J. 4- H. C. BURBANKef CO St. Gerinu'n St., St Cloud Minn. a 1MIE wtmXi. *.0. WILDER & CO* MANDFACTUBEBS OF PAtetN-f••"•'• A PETIT E ORGANS MELODBONS. RAJLEY & PRIMROSE BLOCK, NO. 230 THIR ST., Sf.PIUL, ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED FOR PiVItMss? Hi gbufidently believe that the LA PE TITE ORGAN, because Of its artistic ex celltenee And adaptedness to the practical wauts of the public, is destined to be more widely need, both in private houses and in churches and halls, than any other large musical instrument. Without detracting from the merits of the Piano-Forte,- which stands confessedly in the highest place as the interpreter of certain classes of music, superiority may be claimed for the LA PE TITE ORGAN in that to some extent it unites the powers of the Piano with those of the Church Organ, while its capacity for the fit expression of sacred and home music, to which Americans are Chiefly «t taelfaV.iS entirefy superior to that of the Piano Forte. Add to this the fact that it can be furnished AT MUCH LESS COST. The Instruments manufactured at this establishment combine all the recent im brovemrats, and are WARRANTED PERFECT In every respect and should ary repairs be necessary before the expiration of rive YEARS front tho date of Sale, Mr. WILDER holds himself ready and willing to make the same free of charge, provided the injury is not caused by accident or design. St. Paul. September 16, 1864. v7nl4 DR. E. COOLEY, Agent at St. Cloud. UNION MILLS Flout4 and Feed Store. Proprietors of the above MiBs have opened a Storietn "Gorton's Building," on Washington avenue, where a constant supply ef May be found. The highest price paid in cash for wheat: St. Cloud, May 26th, 1864. v6n44 CLEARWATER MILLS Fkir and Feed Storer A heavy stock of- XX, AMU Oxr. AND WHITE WINTER WHESTT rLO'TJ.B, BRAN, CORNMEAL AND FEED, IT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Next door to N. P. Clarke's store. E. J. BAKEB. St. Cloud, Dec. 13th, 1864. V8n2l-ly Livery, Sale and Boarding S A E ROGERS & GILMORE, Proprietors. Having received anew and splendid £&gm Slock of Carriages and Buggies, we are prepared tofurnish Pleasure Par ties Excursions and Funerals With outfits on the shortest notice. Horses suitable 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-know to be au fait in the business, will be on hand at all hours, night or day, to wait upon custom ers. For particulars, call at our office. v5n52-tf ROGERS & GILMORE. a S a S a The undersigned nas just erected jP)ay% a large and commodious stable on the cor ner of Lake Street and Perry Place, oppo site Clark's store, near the Central House, which he has filled with livery stock, com prising a number of FIN E O S E S Suitable for either riding or driving, and a variety ot A N S O E I E S For single or double team. Commodious, elegant carriages for pleas ure parties always ready. All orders for teams for excursions, Fu nerals or a Journey will be attended to promptly. His stock is of thebeat kind,.and he in vites his friends to call. L. B. 8ILSBY. St. Cloud. June 28d, 1868. v6n4Q-ty R. O. STRONG'S A E A I 225 third street, 8b PaaL in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mat tings Curtain Materials and Trim mings, Upholstering and Furnishing Goods, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Mattresses, Feathers, &c. v6n40-ly DEALE,R 1 GROVER & BAKER'S HIGHEST PREMIUM S E W I N A I N E S Will de a greater variety of work, and with greater rapidity, and have taken more pre miums than any other Machine in use.. 8. E. GEE, Agent, v7n25 No. 242 Third street, St. Paid.