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and Provisions. Fo sale low. for
bv
Vies' 20 to Wn hu IKIS lo the acre. At
P.mK'na, [2f0 rijftrx north of Brceken
blic.j ex-i} -v. Ran iy s.iys, f»n the 2di
-tober, !8.'»1. watc-r melons a•• eante
•pes were s-orv ts for lesert. a"d the
Hrst ost 'hat oc^J ir:»d Wi« on iux- nifrht of
that, day.'* f-.-e address before the Minne-
sol a
LETTES LIST. fJTPT S
List of loiters remamimr at tbs St. Cloud S
Post-Office Match loth. I8£8
500 0
a so 1
Sisspn S S I
S a as
am A I
Walkk-v 4
Wilson 2
Whitesides W
ing Tor the above will p*eas»»
i-M't letters.
J.ikDLEBKOOK. P. M.
M1NXF.5.01 A
N O E KOK ALT. O
eirp'«»yment, pec .red by the smallest
nvestment evpr before offered". Pull par
ticulars will be sent immediately upon re
eipt of your address and post stamp.
This is no c»tcft-penny affair, like many
vhioh 1 ave been offered East, but. sterling
alms and practical utility. Address,
E 1 0 O I A N A E N Y,
Ypsilanti,
Ma*.8'dS:m Mich
UST E I E from the Wholesale
Stor of I^aac Stiles1, St. Pan!,
50 Bag* Seed Corn.
50 a Wrea*,
50 Oats,
I a it a of St I able on reoeipt of the first copy containing
a in it the advertisement. G. CO.
sai iow
N O. PA INC
BEECKBWRIBGE.
pTT?S town is situated on the Sunix
Wo. river, and is the Western termi
liiji of the Minnesota and Pacific railroad
he point id .'own by Oapt. Pop" hi
head of steam navi atiun op
ivip as
ho Red river the Valley of the
iyer isa'.ont twenty mile- wide on cither I
Ue of U»a: stre.im, and about, five hundred !,
o'le, long surface is level and drain
•d bv niuno-or- %treams whic'i are slurted
vith eim, as!». bass wood, whirr- wood and
»ine of tbe lnr
2
West & ..Vfosorv's old stand", lower town, occupying six seven hours daily, with
St. Cloud. March 3, '58 3m
Rod
e^t growth, the reminder
jf.Abe valley i, prairie, composed of rich.
iio'. ham iV.-e from sand barrens
mmya. R- riv is a deep slow stieam.
•.ati.T it IM arsd coal ore numerous in
•h* v'.-iii'ry. Tb: fanne of the va'ley of
he j{ed liver :ne to Mijor W O a^ the
iver.'tre nf thoir eio wheat 30 to 40
)alev -10 to N:J: ne.'s 10 to and pota-
Agricultii-al Sociity, Oct, 10th, Uncled »he
oG Two
a
nxststfd,
g. settlements havP lon-rj College of dici
on Refl and
Seli
rm
and coo
minerals
valley will soon bo swanwinjr wUh a popu
hition erigajajed in agriculture, mininir and
manufacturing, si'.pplyin^ eastern Minne
Bota, Wisconsin Towa and Missouri with
the products of their labor and skill the
Minnesota and PaciQc railroad will he
placed immediately under contract, as by
the tero:a of its charter it must be finished
from Stillwater to St, Anthony.within two
year.% and completed to Breckenridcre
within ten years from th 3d of March,
1857, or forfeit its franchises as well as the
lands donated
0
jt
Breckerridge
3 a
|so at the point where
Gov. Steven's survey of a route for the
Pacific railroad crosses the Sioux Wood
river, an examination of the map of the From the Grovelnnd Garden and Nursery,
Western States, and a reference to the embracing every variety suited to the cli
writings of Gov. Stevens, ex-Gov. Kamsay
or to the Congressional documents con
taining the reports of Maj. Long and
Capt. Pope, cannot fail to convince that
such is the geographical position of Bieck
enrh%e thai all that portion oftheTerri
tory of the TJnired States which lays west
of ths Mississippi ami noith of the head
waters of the Minnesota rivers, must for
ever be tributary to that city, and t.hati .,
h» tb«
Breckenridge is to be not oolv the com- "S®
•nerdil centre for the north-wVt, but will,
«»te
a nitn
^*u« *v.
forever beth gat city on the rea north-1
west highway of nations
For further particulars enquire of
E N W E E S Minneapolis,
R. E St Anthony,
CHA.S.N M'KCBBItf, St..Paul,
•my.^p,^^^.^..,., .-r. ..,--« -r»^.- ..,•••
A
0 O A N I
SILVER Watehe*
to be sold at wholesale prices. This is
the cheapest and best lot of wniohes
before the public A ttift of jewe'ry worth 1
trpta one to twelve dollars will be given
I with every watch in proportion to lis value,
I Being de'.drou* of-introducing our goods
prominently to the. public, in order to nse.t
viih quick, ready and cash sales, we have
indented this melhod For their disposal.— I
Composition Verge, open face, at
Fine silver Lepine,
Bun tinjt case,
1
,:
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Tickets (or the session may be obtatr.edl
I nf ihe Dean *f th», Faculty at hh office.
No 31 h! Sm'th Street, or of prcf. (•. H
,) Cleveland, Sterett
139 Hevt nth S'rt«»
a
Kxecutive Committee,
A N O W I E
CI1ALddexamineeMticlanrin'sspatenteddsysE-
N
A E VISITE O I
an
tera of gymnastic exercises.
O E N I 5 0 a month and al
the'expenses paid. A A E N is
W A N E in every town and county in
the United States, to engage in a respecta
ble business, by which the above profit*
O E N I W a month andalll
A 7
6 £i li
Lever, heavy,
Engli-h Patent
Hunting oa-e.
I S
23 & 80
18
Heavy Gold Plated Lover.
GoId'Anchou. op"ti face, $21 I
Lever Hunting ca-e. '50 e.\t
bean lit el !y eng
Enar. Patent lever, 60
Paten lever
.. r-xt
no!
:o
.-•'t
& Metric Watches,
«. j)0j
.. lOO-'j
Ar.yof the above watcher, together »ithj
a gift,' will be sent by mail, free of postage,
A catalogue giving mil particulars, will be*
sent on apnlication to
E O O W N I N & CO.,
No, 83 South Third Street, Philadelphia.
B. Newspapers throughout the
country, by giving this advertisement six
or more insertions, will receive in payment
a superior double pointed Gold l'en, or
any other Jewelry of the same value, pay-
march 3, '58. If
The Eclectic College of Medicine.
The Spring Session of 1858 will com-
assortment of Grone- Monday the 8th of February
ml
°o« »nue sixteen weeks. A full and
thorough course of Lecturers will eiven,
good opportunities for attention to practi
ca!, Anatomy, and with ample Clinical fa
cilities at the Commercial Hospital.
The arrangement of the chairs will be
as follows:—
T. C. SL JOHN, M. O.,
Profassor'of Ai.sUm.v and Physiolojj.
J. JUOGK, M. D-.
P.-ofesscr *f OliPTnisrrv ami Pharmacy.
A. .J. HOWK". M.
Professor &/Surgery.
C. H.CLKVRL ND, O.,
Professor of Mfltorin Medicit and Thcrap«tici«:
\VM sHBRwoon, J. n.,
Profvssor rr Medirril PrftCjcfl anri Pa hulo :y.
3. R. BUCH-A7IAN.
Ki ipritiis Proftossur of Oerehva) PhVRiolngy &w] Institutos
or Medicine
roiiN KIN* M.
r.»f(-«^ir of oltstotHcsCiiiMren.
Ttihee Termi-
a a
eev, high, un not suhjoct to overflow Tj'ket to Corrimeivial TIospU: 1, •,optional)
nany of the nib-.tnri^of iheRe river a re
5 0 0
itvnvly impregnated with 'alt. and indi-' LectUfrRoo-ra are newly finisncd, (ha
OHH Diseases ol Womeu aoil
fo"
the Sessio)n willo be ila
0 VVilt
Jl
,r etofor
6 0 0
h''retofor*11- vi-::—Matriculation.
Tuition, ¥'20,00. Demonstra-
it
^2
(J0
lEvery Siudpnt re-1
•ias no M'a.ida, sand bars or «naffs to ob-' nu re 1 to ens-'ce direction one session hiiirself to spare LO expense to
•itnu-j rt .vi^ati.,:, the banks are about 25 .swduitmn.) Or.idnatton, $2o,00.
reat, and eo t.f rtabi-.and in a cenrrid lb- scco
cdity (in O'illece IVdl, Walnut Street,) there
where students-will fl.id it convenient to! feed
ea!l fii their :nr'v.d.
»7/ o.f fA /^c.*»/fty,
t, near Elm
KINO. M.i).
Jo
Dollar a Year, payabh.
.viver~-Pc»nbin« ,,...,.... ...... ,...,„-,., in advance. Ti
arge
the
volumn
year.
KtiK. nolo watc.h yearly raise
stf-r^lfs of the products "f hc fa
uho'e valley Ped ri/er is rapidlv or for specimen numbers, should be direct
Pjllinj up an|eiiergetre and intelligent ed to
mWi",n $.«ntry being exeeedin-^ly Dr.(*. 1!. E E A N Publisher.
heajthy. ami should the indications of iron 39 Seventh Street, Cincinnati, O.
lead io the diseovery of those
as lacyf as is anticipated, this
No.
Tl'K jr:ju "1 mi(J VI. SCtKNi-E.
Monthly Magazine -f 48 pages,
•airy of
1
3ol«*ot
is published at O
of the Journal commences with
Com'nuntcat'ons for subscripti
N O I E
NO
I E is hen by given that the Com
missioners of Stearns County, M. T.
at their last, session established School Dis
trict number three in «aid county with the
following boundaries to wit:
The fractions of sections 12, 13 and 24,
and sections 14 and 23 in township 124.
north of rancre 28 west-
O S E E E O O
Clerk of Board Co. Com. Stearns Co.fcf.T.
St. CI ud. Feb 25, 1853. uT.-fit,
MiraESOT GARDEPT SEiDS.
THassortmentAr
mate and soil, whi.*h he offers for stile at
hie store, in Lower St. Cloud.
Feb. 18, '58:tf. Z. I E
N E W S O E
NE W GOODS,
AND LOW PRICES,
1M UTPER 8T, CLOUD, STEAKN8 COUNTY, M.
0
Oi to GEO V. liHOT'L Breeienridie. description and of the very best! J. n. RAVMOND.
March 3, 185?. tf quality, which, he is now offering for sale dec: 10,'57 tf.
on the most reasonable terms, Hi entire
stock was purchased in Ne York, and
at such pricesj, that he flatters himself
A A E VISITE O I E cannot be undersold by any other estab
an examin Maclanrin' patente svs lishment of the kind on the Upper Missis
sippi. Aud he hopes by diligence and at
tention to business, and having for bis
raot,°'
E:Ji the •expenae a paid A A E N a *ftuick Sales and SmallProflta
to merit a share of public patronage. Al
persons in want of any tnin« in his line
will do well to gire him a call and exam-
ie en
E subscribe has just received a large
of
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS!
4
,,
WV^l%
.? 1
S
vvcimty, that he hasestablished
him-
E W E O N N E S
FANCY, SILK AND DRY GOODS*
A N
Beady-made Clothing,
ST. CLOU DUTCH STORE
S. MARL ATT,
DEALER IN
Drugs. Medicines'- Chemicals
iVc, tV,e etc.,
cos. (•'itisr AMI jiJ'r-'r.KhOftr sr's,
fcqwt St. Vluvdy
TOUl+D ros|»ecttidly .inform
id Irien^ls nud the public
jrenp.ridly that'h has jtu re
ceived and opened for their in
spection full asortaent of
the above,
Families desirous of procur
ing a pm-'i artiole of medicines
or winning their presciptiqns
liiied wit'i care and accuracy
will give ni a call.
Bringing with him an expe
rii-ncfl of^eight year.-*, and hat
ii aenuirid a thorough knawl
of medii ine previous lo
his ingauejncnt in tnebusiness,
feels confident that he can givs
sa'is'action to all.
he profe-sio-j •. invited to
cull they will find his ^-toek to
consist of all medicine in gen
era) use.
IVvc-'pti
ea: fully com
bi-uusof the day
pounded a!
or uiiiht.
A
YEii' S Cherry Pt-ctoral for sala at
A A S STORK
A W A S Heady Relief for sale at
MARLATT' S STORE
ADWAY'S Regulator for sale at
A A S DWG S O E
O A S Vegetable Pills for pale at
MARLATT' S S O E
O A S Bitters for sale at
A A S S O E
E S Celebrated Medicines for sale!
at A A S miliS S O E
O W A S Unique Powder, for dyin^
the hair a beautiful black color for sale I
A A S S O E
DENiXTE'Sa
Electric Magnetic Plaster
Neuralgi cared by externa! applica-.
tion in fo-vr houra, for sale at
A ATI'S (x S 0 RE.
THE EMKRSON HOUSE,
E A S S O
J. EMERSON, Proprietor.
above hoiv-e hns been refitted and
via ^Matriculation refurnished and the amplest accomo-
1
.. constructed for the ac-
0
ii is
visitors the proprietor
,,
0 1 a
b!
A NEW BARN...
teen encted, 00 by Bo feet which
nmodatj 27 horses and 18 oxen,
will be alwavs a pl.ntife.l supp!
on itand, and eareful 1 rs.
Cloud, dec. 2) r":tf.
•ATTENTION.
HOL1
inter
10, '57. tf.
E
HABoots
I—r-rt
~—i
\mmtmA
„..
tzl
CJC
can
and
flourish tiff
5
O
smg\e or in onanuti
s, at reasouHblo rates.
A rare chance for safe investment
Al! communications addressed to
C. J,
vat pur-
M. A O
St. Clo M.
C. S I
Dealer in
Boots, Shoes and Clothing
S for sale a large assortment ofi
and Shoes of the very best
qualitv,
S O O O S
Constantly on hand. All kinds of custom
work done to order in the best manner A
good assortment of Heady-Made Clothing
for sale cheap.
Persons in want of any of the above
named goods cannot find them cheaper
elsewhere.
Lower St Cloud, jan. 7, '5S tf.
COPARTNERSHIP.
E undersigned have this day associ
ated themselves together in the pur
chase of the property end business interest:
of Messrs. Dunwell, Hartshorn & Colter, iu
St. Cloud, and will continue the Grocery,
Grain, Provision and Commission buainep*
at the old stand, under the name and style
of Dunwell &. Liartshern.
GEO. C. N W E
W I I A A S O N
St. Cloud, M. T. Dee. 14, '57. 24:3m,
x*.-
self in the Dry Ooods business, in the build- A O O W E N & O
ing formerly by L. A. Evans,
__„ __
A A a S A N E A S
SASH O O S A N I N S
LOWJJU Sr. CLOUO, MINNESOTA.
DOOR
and Window Frames constantly I
on hand and made to order, also Plane-!
ing, SaNying and Turning of all kinds done
on short notice.
OWE.V. R. A SMITH.
J. M. McKELVY' S
A W O I E
On River St. near the Stearns Hotel.
DR. B. A E
S I I A N AN S E O N
Office near Stearns Hotel, Lower S Cloud
ANDKEWS,
TJNSELLOR AT W
zp
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!25
CO
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ci
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III fjlfc'CJt.
pi
CK
Wn«un4
1
P^
mma
§5
zn
E3S3K3fe:
^5
I 4 rnnst bctwenty-oftj »ears of age
and a cifieh of the United Slate* or if
a foreigner, he must have declared his in-
r.
Z/J
%C
CO
H-H
H^3
N
The pre-emptor. if a foreigner, I
duly signed by the ofHeial from whom the
were received.
A minor who i* the head of a family, or
a widOw, may also pre-empt, their families
being required to live un the land.
The settler is required file a written
'declaratory statement of the intention to
pre-empt, before he can proceed with his
pre-emption.
E S I sr Th fee required by t!u
register, for filing a declaratory statement,
is one dollar,
21 For grafting a pie-cmptioi
regis'or and receiver ran receive
cents.
a a —im» «m IIII ii»ir»intwwwBWWt»»iW»MWMB^wwyw a a a
'.,,-.• The SWemptioa Law. .. R, A.' S I I
he settler muit never before hare !Continues a do all kinds of Hoine sign
fliad the benefit of pre-emption under the [carriage and
act. O a a a in in
I '2. lie must'not, tit the time of making Shop on Biver-st., oae door east ot
!ihe pre-emption.'be ti owner o^ il-M) VV'ed.ife Mason's.
acres of land in any State or Territory of! __„
I the United States. I Miasiissrpp E re
$, must settle on and improve the KS. A S A N O I S O
ilatid, in J»"O1 foith, for His owp exclusive ", .r.ffmxr-crtxii WITH
usi and btnefit, and not with the intention (f^BA NK & W EXP&EXV
of selling it on speculation. and must'
not nak\ ditoo'ly or indirectly.,» arty
jtiatto nirrccment, in any way or man- this inrtf-iod ef&ri'Totjrfng the inhabi
United States shouhl enure, in whole or in {s
P% person or persons, by which t^£jt« of the f/ppei Misais^-ipps that hislin^
the title which ho may acquire of the f\j])y
fifty
W E O IJ
E Pv II A N A I R.
EALEl IN Clothing. Cloths, f'assi
meres, Vesting-* and Gentlemen's
Furi.ishing Cood*, to the inspect!* o!
wbrch be invites his friendo' and the puhlh-.
pptr Town "ll. Cloud, dee. 10: ly
T. JONES,
BLACKSMITH.
First Street near the Saw Mi
1 7 0 respectfully announce to the
/V citizens of St. Cloud and vicinity,
that he has opened a Black-mith siiop, at
I the above place, where he is prepared to
I do ai! kinds of work in his line, and hoj
to merit a share of their patronage.
dec 10, "57 ly.
A S O E I
I CARPENTER & BUILDER,
Corner of Wells and Morgan street-
per Town, St. Cloud.
Upper Town, St. Cloud.
doc. 10 "'57. tf.
N O I E
St. Cloud Oct 20, 1857. 2:ow.
W U. BRADLEY,
OEO. W E
N E W
SHsale
c?
rfcr- if ii
E A
Minnesota
1
O respectfully inform the cit
VV zens of St. Cloud and vicinity, that I n'Xud
ie continues to execute all orders in Ids R0I'1IW«/
I line of business tf.
I dec. .10 7.
A 8 O T)
S I E O E E A E
A ND
Commissione of for tlie S a
of Wisconsin
Office—Corner of Wells and Morgan st
.Mrv.T-T I P. I A S O N & CO
E Partnership heretofore existing un- E A S E A E N S
I cier the name and style of W Bind- Richmond, Stedns Co., Minnesota
ley & Co. is this day dissolved by mutual Office on Wes side Sauk River
content.
FMOM i't. p.wy., T.
o:n-,rnH| proprietor of'.this Kxorers-, take"
t.8tablii-hGd.
lv i}?
part, to the benefit of auv tierson exu-'nt' '..,. ', .,, ?i ..
f.
ISt. loud, Clearwatrr, Monticeilo.'Oronoi
tnA
tention to become a citizen, before the pre,-1 r«*sen«i
or authority, and receive! a certificate to I diacnptiona aaiely takent
that effect.
fSi He,must build a house on the Sand
live iu it, and make it his exclusive home
and must be an inhabitant oi the same a
I ihe tiu of makin applicattcn for pre
jemption. (Until lately a single man
might board with his nearest neighbor, but
the Fame is now required of a single of
a married man, except that if the sett!er
is married, his family must al&o live in the
house.)
.'€»-.'fi he law pecjuires that more or less
improvement he made on the land, such as OIHcc hours from 10 A. M. to 4
breaking, fencing, ic but pre-emptions Can befouaid at his house in Lower Tswn,
'are granted where a half-acre i* broken after 4 p. M.' 1 ly.
ami enclosed.
7. It is necessary that uo other person, Stephen Miller. Henry Swisshehrn^
'entitled to
land at the same time
is necessary that ethe person Stephe r-iiller Henr Sw.c!1
to pre-emption, reside upon tiiej I E &. S W I S S E
I 8 N one is permitted to remove frun
his own land, and make j»re-emption in
the same state or territory.
9. The settler is required bring with
him to the Land Ofneo a written or printed
application, Bettin? forth the tacts to his
case of the Is*, 2d and Hd requirements
here mentioned, with a certificate append
ed, to be signed by the register and recei
ver, and make affidavit to the same.
10. is aLo required to bring with '__
him a respectable witness of his acquaint
slice, who is kno« ing to the fact of his A W A E S O E
I settlement to make affidavit to the 4th,,
A E S in the town of Newburg for
on leasonable terms bv
N N SMITif 0 W I S S. H.c.i.E3Tsa.
6
1
S A I N N E S O A
In City and Country Property thrOHgheut
WATCH-MAJCER JEWELER. I
I «T
Ht
v^tfS,SVYV&
OW
I 8 6
and that his rout-
mr 1 1
Mjnom.n, via. ht. Anthony and
VAU] a
i»tonnedwte
roa.*f
S
taken on reasonable terms
to their destination without delay Promp
attention paid to all orders colleetfona
made and matters of business entrusted
Jo his cfo-fi will be carefully attended to,
dnc, I0:tf.
J. SHEPLEY.
Attorney and. Councillor at La
AXD
E N E A A N rAGEXT.
Office in pen L7wry's"new building,©^
Up or Levee, st Cloud, Minnesota,
E A E S I N E A E S A E
Water Street, Lower Town, Cloud.
!. V.WIin'i.S.MOW.. Ii P«RSi S».
W I O E & E I N S
I »t rf Ite^jl BenV-s
S
Lie
:.*
O E I E S and O I S I O N S
D^:
i' ooo s,
CLOTHING.
BOOOT3 St STI.OCS.
WOOHCN W A E Ac Sic.
Coper Town t-'t. Anthony, Sliunsoala T*rriM»ry.
& W
5th, 6th, th and bth requirements here A, ,r
meutioned, with the same set forth on pa-
per, with a corresponding blank certift-
a
POWELL
^ceived at the St. Cioud Harttj
a
cate attaehrd, to be signed by the land oftb S a a a a re
cks
I with him to the land oihee, ^a."pt4nter»» and iarmrn^ tools, planes:
duplicates of his naturalisation papers,
complete assortment
latehea, bolte, bBttt and
axes, hatchets and hammers: shoveU
and spades,
and putty.
hves, mattocks, nails, ghii»
St 73 and Tin-Ware.
Wft now have the best varie+ of stovea
ever brought into i\ie Upper Country,
among which are. the Famou. Charter
Oak, Diamond Rock. Shanghai. Wiscon
sin. Mornhig 8t..r, Forest Green, and
Arctic Aii Tight.
Our facilities fer dv?in^ a'l kinds of work
in the tin, shr,et-iron, «nd copper depart
merit ure complete—lo which branch of.
the business we cali particular attention.
G, I Ii O N
1! F.N
REAL ESTA TE A E N
A N N O A I
S a is a
Will ia.se Land on the most fa
vorable terms, for all persons desiring safe
I and permanent investments, which will in
crease in voiue from 25 to SO per cent, per
anr.um.
Will locate Land Warrants, enter I and,
I loan money or', the best real estate security.
sill h:nd or: small commission.*, collect
del'ts and attend to all business relative to
I A General Land Office and R^al Estate
Agency. Has for sale, for cash, shares in
the town of
S A I N O N S
miles west of st. Cloud.
And Lets tn
ST. CLOU A N BROTTSBURG
Has great facilities for trading or purchas
ing property in st. Cloud, and will give any
information ii person or-by letter, of real
estate, either in ih!« place or the adjacem
country.
FOR SALE,
Some fine lands in the vicinity ot Saint
from four to ten miles from the
Railroa Depot.
ALSO—A few choice lots in St. Anthony
City, near the University
A S O $ 1 5 0 0 0 of
Mining Stock.
A S O 5 0 Shares in
and St. Cloud Railroad.
A for the Proprietor. E A E S N E A E S A E
WINONA I N N E S O A
Have for sale, Prairie, Timber and Bot-
a
1
rV
bPKKATM EKTTRRLY ON HIS OWN ACCOUNT, if W Altona, etc., etc, Guarantee
And has constantly on hand and 9 in
Sale from I
the Minnesota
the Minneapolis
A S O 8 Shores in Ojibway City, the
location of the Government Land Office
arid Countv Seat of Itascacoontv. Rv
L. W I S O N
Land Agency.
Will buy and seli land, locate land war
rants, and transact all other business per
taining to a Land Agency. 'i'iieir famili
ar knowledge with the lands in Stearna
county, will enable them to mukc the best
selections.
southern Minnesota. Lola
& & is a Wase-
a 0
$100,000 tQ $200,000 ••—^r~*—^L^-"'
farm securites, &
a
S
Minnesota. SAINT- ANTHONY, MINNESOTA.
Opposite thefcjusnen-sioaRrjdge:-'
Sight Drafts on 5few York. Land W&r-
A S
TROMWRfii rants bought and sold. Money loaned
reCei-ed
S^gfe
"i People's Bank, ]^ew York Car,
a t' |W.^OJiver Cash.YatesOo,Bk,K:T.
Tf7ATCH|8, Clocks and Jewelry re. -^kubm & Edgertoe :St. ?aul.
],V
IBankpfT2^in,Elgi»^[IJ^
All work warranted, and entire satisfac- erin* Bank, Chiciiiro. .:"
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