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49-Tfce Clrcertatto* ef TI»e Jonraal
la OOVBUB that or amy other paper
pabllalte* aborc St. A«tHo»y Falls
^•t AdvertUers remember tea*.
]F« wowirf respectfully request all
business MM and other* wishing any kind of
Jot) FrlBtllg* to call and examine our ex-
teneive stock of New Material, just received
rom thi eaet, before tending to St. Paul or go-
ng elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of
the best in Ike State, and we do work which
we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St.
SERVICE.—Riv. George Stewart will
hold divine service on Sabbath next,
at 10} o'clock, at St John's Church.
NOTICE.—The salo of engravings
and certificates of the Crosby Open
House Art Association will be contin
ued a few weeks longer. Orders can
be l^fl at this office.
RAIN.—An almost incessant rain fell
during Sabbath and Monday, with chil
ly, gloomy weather. Since then there
has been a marked change for the bet
ORGANIZED.—A branch of the Grand
Army of the Republic has beeu organ
ised at this place. There are many dis
charged soldiers in this locality whose
sympathies are with the movement.
NEW SHOP.—Mr. D. Burnham,
whose blacksmith shop at Sauk Rapids
was recently burned down, has just com
pleted another 31 feet wide and 50 leet
long. Mr. B. is an enterprising man
as well as a skillful mechanic.
POST OFFICE.—R. M. Richardson,
Esq., has received his commission as
Postmaster at this place, and will take
possession next week. He intends re
moving the office to B. Overbeck's
new building on Richmond avenuo.
NEW WAREHOUSE.—In about a
week Messrs Davis and Claik will have
their new warehouse, on the corner of
Washington avenue and Lake street,
completed. It is 44 24, and will be
used for storing grain and feed.
STOPPED.—Tobey's saw mill stopped
to-day, the supply of logs being exhaust
ed. Bridgman's will run but for a few
SHEEP.—On Monday a drove of 460
head of sheep passed through town for
St. Paul. They had been purehased
at Richmond, in this county, by Charles
Coulter, of St. Paul.
LARGE POTATOES.—Mr. Henry Gor
ger brought to our office this week some
very fine specimens of Neshannock po
tatoes. Four of them weighed 8 pounds
and 2 ounces.
SELECT SCHOOL.—Mrs. Nancy W.
Farwell opened a select school at the
Everett Sehoolhouse on Wednesday,
with a full attendance. Mrs. F.'s well
known ability and success as a teacher
are sufficient guarantees that perfect
satisfaction will be given.
GOOD SHIPMENT.—Messrs. Midden
dorfk Brunning, of Richmond, have
just shipped to the East 7000 pounds
of butter, 300 dozen of eggs, 600 pairs
of country-knit socks, and other arti
cles collected at their store within the
past two months. This certainly speaks
well for the Sauk Valley. The time is
•ear at hand when each of the towns
throughout this productive section will
to making its shipments to the East.
THANKS.—S. B. Loye Co. favored
us this morning with a hall-bushel of
splendid eating apples. They are the
largest and finest wo have seen in this
This firm has just received a big sup
ply of apples, and if all are as good as
this sample, better could not be want
ed. Mr. L. will please accept our
COMING.—H. W. Hanford, the live
dealer in everything that belongs to
hunters' or sportsmen's goods, is East
and has purchased the largest stock, in
his line of trade, ever brought to St.
Cloud. Mr. H. has facilities for buy
ing very low, and he can offer good
bargains to his customers.
CRANBERRIES.—Gentlemen from the
Upper Mississippi tell us that cranber
ries arc very*abundant in that locality
and that the supply will be heavy.—
Some ot the Crow Wing dealers have
already shipped quite a quantity to the
eastern markets. The berries are very
large and fine. They retail in this mar
ket at 452.50 13.00 per bushel, but
will probably be a little lower before
CAUCUS.—At the Democratic Can
cos on last Saturday evening, the fol
lowing delegates were chosen:
To the County Convention.—Geo.
Herberger, L. Robbers, E. M. Tobey,
U. M. Tobey, John Bach, P. Kramer,
and H. J. Fowler..
To the Dittrict Convention,—E. M.
Tobey, L. Robbers, C. Lueg, H. J.Mattoon
Fowler, P. Kramer, M. Gasper and B.
APPOINTMENTS.—The following ap
pointments made by the M. E. Church
st its Annual Conference, will prove cf
interest in this locality:
ST. CLOUD DISTRICT.
C. GRISWOLD, P.E
St. Cloud—K. Lathrop.
Monticello—L. W. Collins.
Clearwater—C. T. Barkaloo.
Boekford— A. Cressej.
flank Centre—To be supplied by G. W
Payaetrflle—To be supplied.
Ferest Ctty-.Y. H. Stunty.
Winnebago— C. B. Roberts.
Lake Mary—A. A. Abbott.
Alexandria—To be supplied by D. Brooks
agent of the American Bible Society, and
saeseber of Monticallo quarterly Conference.
Shskopee, L. Gleason Glencoe, C.
ti. Bowdiah Northfield,8. T. Sterritt
Mankato, D. Tice Rochester, A.J
Nelson Austin, W. Carver.
y-See notice "For Sale.".,
vkea every Sabbat at 10}
lOT All kinds of Job printing, in Eng
lish, German or Norwegian, executed at
this office. Send in your orders.
The Democracy in Council!
Lively Times and Rich Do
RKNKUA DE REPUBLICANS TAKEN
INTO FULL MKMBKKSHIP.
For several weeks past the unterri
fied have been having lively times
among themselves. Extensive figur
ing has been done all around among
the hungry aspirants for place and po
sition. The' principal work hps been
on the offices of Judge of the District
Court, Senator, Representatives and
Clerk of tho Court. Messrs. Seagrave
Smith and Wm. S. Moore were each
quite willing'to wear the judicial er
mine. It was contended on the one
side that Judge Smith had but
just settled here, and it might with
considerable propriety be surmised
that he had an eye to the new judge
ship when he came to St Cloud. This
brought the "old settlers" down on
him. On the other hand it was charged
that Mr. Moore was constitutionally
disqualified from holding the office
should he be elected, as he was a mem
ber of the Legislature when the new
District was created. It was further
whispered that Mr. M. was not "sound
on the goose," or in other words, that
he was not a good Democrat, that he
leased a little toward Black Republi
When the Judicial Convention as
sembled on Tuesday last it was evident
that the "old settlers" had the best of
it. The committee on credentials re
fused to admit delegates (or substi
tutes) holding credentials from the
wild-cat counties, and as these consti
tuted tho body of Judge Smiths'
strength, that gentleman withdrew,
when Mr. Moore was nomintaed by ac
clamation. It happened oddly enough
that the committees on credentials and
permanent organization retired at the
same time, but the former reported
first, throwing out the delegates from
the western counties, as before stated.
Hon. N. F. Barnes, of this city, rep
resented one of these ostracized coun
ties and when the committee on cre
dentials, without knowing what had
been done, returned and reported Mr.
B. as permanent chairman, it was found
that he was out in the cold, and the
chair was therefore otherwise filled.
This was really unkind.
An exciting strife for the nomination
of Senator had been going on between
Messrs. Barnes, Richardson and Rigby.
It had been supposed that "Uncle
Reub." would be satisfied with the
Post Office, but this war-horse of the
Democracy had no intention of putting
up with a single slice from the people's
loaf. Judge Evans—who is never
away from home when the time comes
around for getting offices—having fail
ed in obtaining the nomination for
Clerk of the Court, made a bold dash
for the Senatorship. He was anew
star in that part of the political heavens.
After the second ballot Mr. Barnes
withdrew in favor ot the Judge, when
this gentleman was nominated viva voce
—a very shrewd dodge, by the way.
It is claimed by those in the ring that
if this trap had not been sprung, Uncle
Reuben would have received a major
ity on the following ballot.
N. H. Miner, of Sauk Centre, was
nominated as the Representative from
Stearns county. A lively discussion
then ensued between Messrs. L. Rob
bers and Peter Roy with regard to the
temaining Representative—the latter
claiming that Stearns county had no
part either in nominating or electing
him, while the former maintained the
opposite. By means of a number of
amendments the majority were so mud
dled that they voted against themselves
and Mr. Roy carried his point. Al
fred Tanner, of Little Falls, a renegade
Republican, was selected as the second
candidate. We shall refer to Mr. Tan
ner at more length another week.
There was an unprecedented amount
of squabbling and trickery. Although
the Germans had a clear majority of
the delegates, and were prepared to re
nominate B. Overbeck, yet they were
completely tricked out of any represen
tation on the Senatorial ticket. There
are loud expressions of dissatisfaction
among the Germans because of thoir
shameful treatment—they being thrown
overboard and renegade Republicans
placed on the ticket. We understand
that Mr. Overbeck intends running as
independent candidate. Should he do
this, he will far outstrip either of the
regular nominees against whom he
might pit himself.
At the County Convention—all being
held on the same day—B. Vosberg was
unanimously renominated for Auditor
on the first ballot. Mr. B. is probably
as good a man as the party has for the
position. Oscar Taylor was nominated
for County Attorney. For Clerk of
the Court there was a lively little race
between L. A. Evans, who has held the
office from time immemorial, G. S.
and J. M. Rosenberger. On
the third ballot Mr. R.'s friends cast
their vote for Mr. Mattoon, thereby se
curing his nomination.
For County Commissioners, A. W.
Libby was nominated for the 2d Dis
trict M. Hansen for the 3d and Her
man Terhaar for the 4th.
The following delegates were chosen
to attend the Congressional and State
Conventions at St. Paul: C. A. Gil
man, N. F. Barnes, B. Overbeck,
John Zapp and J. W. Tcnvoordc.
The air is full of mutterings, crimi
nations and recriminations. Nasby has
turned up in Stearns County, multiplied
a dozen fold, and it is likely that some
of tho duplicates will not get an office.
It shall be our painful duty, at another
time, to refer to the unfortunate
state of affairs now existing in the
camps of the faithful.
—Several communications are una
voidably deferred, until next week.
THE GLOBE HOTEL.—This is the
name of a new hotel on the corner of
Third and Jackson streets, St. Paul,
reoently opened to the public. It is
kept on the European plan, and is tho
only hotel of the kind in the city.—
This style is admirably suited to the
wants of peoplo visiting Si. Paul—and
none more than thoso of St. Cloud and
Northern Minnesota—as it enables
them to take a room, and then get their
meals atjust such an hour as suits
them. They can order just what they
want, in such style as best pleases their
palate/and they have to pay for noth
ing more than they order. If they
should find it convenient to take one
or all of thoir meals elsewhere, they are
not met by a hotel bill for them. In
point of economy tho "Globe" is evi
dently desirable. It is also new and
handsomely furnished throughout—
pleasant rooms—spring beds—and ev
erything in No. 1 style. The culinary
department is under the charge of ex
perienced cooks, and will rank with any
in the city. The proprietor of tho
home, Col. J. B. Tsscott, is determin
that tho "Globe" shall rank as a first
class hotel, and at the same time 'the
cheapest in St. Paul. Give tho now
hotel a trial.
ANOTHER CELEBRATION.—We un-
derstand that the ladies of St. Paul pro
pose having a Railroad Celebration of
their own to St. Cloud. No gentlemen
will be allowed to accompany the party,
as uo ladies were invited to participate
in tho former celebration. We certain
ly hope they will come in full force
they will be heartily welcome, and will
be received with open arms. We would
suggest that on this occasion the duty
(or pleasure) of providing for the en-
tertainment of tho party devolve entire
ly upon the gentlemen of St. Cloud.
They arc quite equal to the emergency.
By all means, let the ladies' of St. Paul
—who were so slightingly treated on
the 13th—have a celebration.
PERSONAL.—Mr. M. R. Brown and
family left 00 Tuesday for the East.
Mr. B.'s family will remain in Massa
chusetts during the winter, while he
will prospect for a permanent location
Mr. J. W Metzroth returned on Sat
urday from the last where he had been
Dr. Francis Rieger arrived in St.
Paul last week, determined to make
Minnesota his home for the future.
has been at Leavenworth for the past
couple ot years.
-List of Real
REAL ESTATE SALES.
Estate Sales made and
Pinnej & Mulliken
M. R. Brown to J. w. Metzroth, Lot 5,
in Brown's subdivision. $400
M. B. Brown to J. E. West, Lot 10 in
Brown's subdivision, $475
Thomas Smith to P. Waldrop, Lot 3. blk.
11, St. Cloud, $250
H. T. Welles to John Suetcolee, Lot 8,
block 11, St. Cloud, $200
W. Carter to H. Renard, Lots 5 and 6,
block 25, St. Cloud, $450
L. A. Evans to A, N. Clark, Lot I, block
46, St. Cloud city, $200
SCHOOL LANDS.—The first sale of
school lands that has ever taken place
in Stearns county is advertised in this
—Since the stoppage of her Radical
paper in Washington Mrs. Jane G.
Swisshelm has been engaged on a work
of fiction, which is now approaching
We can state that this is a work up
on which Mrs. Swisshelm has been de
voting much time and care, and that it
will soon be ready for the publisher.
—Mr. and Mrs. Gen. Tom. Thumb,
and the little Thumb, together with
Commodore Nutt and Minnie Warren
are to exhibit in St. Paul about a week,
commencing October 8th. Wonder if
they'could not stray up this way
—At the Annual Confercuce of the
M. E. Church, held last week at Red
Wing the commissioners to take charge
of the St. Cloud Institute reported that
no transfer of the property having been
made to the conference they could not
—We are able this week to but call
attention to the new advertisements
from St. Paul. They will be referred
to more at length next week.
ZBNZIUS & HANCKli,
PIANOS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Sheet Bfualc and Statlodtry.
Sole Agents for Minnesota of the WEBER
PIAXOS. Orders for Music or Instruments
Empire Block 3d ttreet. Upper Town,
»»nl0-3ra ST. PAUL, MINN.
G. P. PEABODY,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
107 Third Street,
v9nl0-6m ST. PAUL, MINN.
St. PAUL IRON STORE.
NICOLS, DEAN & CO.,
Iron, Nails, Steel, Hardware,
Stovee, Tinners' Slock,
RUBBER & LEATHER BELTING, SAWS,
Waggon and Carriage Material, &c.
No. 188 Third at., St. Paul, Minn.
JOHN NICOLS. W. n. DEAN.
Oormtr 3d and Jaclcion Streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Fitted up entirely new and in the
best style throughout. Kept on the
European plan—meals just when you
want them and what you want—rates
lore. The proprietor would respect
fully request a call from the people
of St. Cloud and Northern Minneso
ta when they visit St. Paul, and as
sures them that everything connected
with the "Globe" is first- class.
JJfeSr Remember the place.
JAMES B. TASCOTT,
vfcnlO ly Proprietor.
142 THIRD STREET.
TO WHOLESALE BUYERS OF
ST. PAUL, MINN., Sept. 25th, 1860.
We take pleasure to inform yon that we
have now in store a Splendid Stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
bought for cash in New York, with a view
to the Wholesale Trade of the Northwest.
We propose entering moro largely into the
Jobbing Business, and are desirous of se-
curing new customers. "A new broom
sweeps clean," and wo promise to make it
An Advantage for you,
to look our Stock through the first time
you visit St. Paul it is for your interest
to have a large acquaintance among the
We shall be happy to see you, when vis-
iting this market, and you may find Goods
and Prices to suit you better with us than
O N A
D. W. INGERSOLL & CO.
AS LOW A S THE LOWEST.
They have received large additions to their
stock for the
IF A T3L. TJEtJLJDJEl,
And enumerate a few articles and prices, viz
The Best Prints, 20c and under,
DOMESTIC GIN GHAMS, 35 and SO,
Heavy Brown Sheetings, 25 to 15,
BLEACHED SHEETINGS, 14 TO 40,
Ladies' Dress Goods,
PRICES TO DEFT COMPETITION,
AT THE OLD STAND OF
D. W. INGERSOLL & CO,
SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA.
September 22d, I860. v9nl0-ly
A. H. WILDER & CO.
Successors to J. C. & H. C. Burbank & Co
O E S
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Corner Lower Levee and Sibley Streets,
ST. PAUL, MINN
A. U. WILDER. GIIANNIXG SEABURY.
JAMES J. HILL,
given oa Freight to
New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
And all principal points Eaet.
a A ii
ST. PALL & PACIFIC R. R.
LOWER DIVISION NORTHWESTERN
Office in the Transfer Home, Lower Levee,
St. Paul, Minn.
J&- Mark Freight
"Care J. J. HILL, St. Paul/'
From the Shahopec Argus, 20//i,
A shooting affair occurred in Spring
Lake Town between Mr. Whipps, the
postmaster at Lydia, and a Mr. Seals.
Tho difficulty took place on account of
an improper intimacy between Whipps
and tho wife of Seals. The latter pro
cured a gun and shot Whipps, the
ball entering tho left thigh and coming
out near tho abdomen. The injured
man is still living, and Seals is at large.
On Friday evening last a son of Mr.
King Jay, residing near St. Lawrence,
in this county, had his heel crushed
and foot entirely torn from the leg, by
the horse-power of a threshing machine.
The leg was amputated-.
—We aro informed that one day
last week a man named Botendorf, of
Belle Plaine,-fell from a cherry tree,
ho had climbed to pick cherries, and
was instantly killed, the fall having
broken his neck and back.
—On Saturday, the dwelling house
of Mr. Authur Wilder, with its con
tents, was entirely destroyed by fire.
The flames originated in a summer
kitchen. Loss §1200 partially in
sured in the Home, of St. L'aul.
From the Stillwater Messenger, Vith.
—Mr. Thomas Mon, an old resident
doing business on-the corner of Maid
and Chestnut, died suddenly last
night, after an lllaess of about 12 hours.
The symptoms were similar to those of
From the Mankato Record.
—Mr. Houser, an aged gentleman,
living south of Garden City, died sud
denly on Tuesday last, from an attack
of apoplexy. A the time he was
working at a grain stack, throwing up
sheaves from the ground, and was no
ticed to turn pale and stagger, and soon
A correspondent writing us from
M^apleton, under date of the 5th, says
that a son of Mr. Wm. Wild, of that
place, was, on that day, badly gored by
a wild steer.
—The Adjutant General has sent to
Col. Smith one of the rifled cannon
presented by Mr. Sanford, our Minister
to Brussels, to the First Minnesota.
From the Mankato Union, 2\st.
At midnight on Tuesday the Globe
Hotel was discovered to bo on fire.
All efforts to check the flames proved
unavailing, and the hotel, a dwelling
owned by Mr. Wies, and another own
ned by Mrs. Liebrook, were destroyed.
Loss, on the hotel, 82,000 insured
for S1500—Wies building insured for
$500 loss about §700—Mrs. Lie
brooks's dwelling was insured for S400
loss about §900. Total loss about
—We learn fiom the Chafield Dem
ocrat, that Mr. Robert Nelson and his
team ot two horses, were killed by
lightning three miles southwest of
Preston, on Thursday of last week.
Also, a full supply of
WHIPS, COLLARS, HORSE COVERS, &C.
Corner Third and Robert streets, St. Paul.
AND OFl'ICR, ST. CLOUD, MINN.,
Scptembor Cth, 1866.
Wm. If. Denton.
SIR You aro hereby notified to appear .it this olBeo
on the 15TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1S00, at 10 o'clock
in tho forenoon of said day, and tften and thuc show
caiiBo why your Homestead Entry No. 347, ly you
made under dato of June 20th, 1863, unon tho nw
section 12, in township 122, range .'33, in tho district of
lands subject to sale at St. Cloud, Minnesota, shov'.d
not bo canceled, as one, Andrew Gabrlelson, alleges
an abandoum«ut thereof by you, nnd proposes then
and there to show the same, when an opportunity
will ho afforded you of contesting such showing.
HENRY C. WAIT, Register,
sepl3-0w W. B. MITCHELL. Receiver.
S. LAND OFFICE, ST. CLOUD, MIN.
Sept. 16th, 1SC6.
Sm: YOU are hereby notified to appear at this office
on the 31»l DAY OF OCTOBER, A. I). I860, at 10
o'clock A. M„ of said d:iy and then nnd there show
cause why your Homestead Entry No. 11J22, made by
you upon ho BwJ^of section 34, in township 12s,
range 35, in tho District of lands subject to sale at St.
Cloud Minn., should not be canceled, as one Olof
Noodman, alleges an abandonment thereof by you and
proposes then and there to show the same when you
will be allotved to oppose such showing.
HENRY C. WAIT, Register,
W. B. MITCHELL, Receiver.
S. LAND OFFICE, ST. CLOUD, MINN.
September 14th. 1SG0.
SIR: Youarolicroby notified toavpoar at this cilice
on the 31ST DAY OF OCTOBl-'R, A. D. 1R00 10
o'clock A. M., of said day and then and there show
cause why your: llomcstend Entry No. 1210. made
by you at this oflko Apiil 21st, 1806,*ui)On the no of
section 12, in township 127. range 3S, in the Districtt of
lands subject to sale at St. Cloud Minn., should not
bo canceled, usone Matltcw llritendall alleges an aban
donment thereof by you nmd proposes then nnd there
to show the same when you will be permitted to op
pose such chow ing.
HENRY C. WAIT, Register,
(ent904wB W. B. MITCHELL, Receiver.
O-O E E
O-O E E
C3-0 E E
G-O E E
Selling at Cost!
& A N O S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, READY MADE CLOTHING,
Hats and Gaps. Boots and Shoes,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c, &c.
St. Clonic!, Minnesota.
WE ARE NOW SELLING
WE ARE SELLING ALL OU GOOD
S AT COST!
Selling at Cost!
A N BROS.
WHOLESALE AND RITAIL DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, READY MADE CLOTHING
Hats ancftaps, Boots and Shoes,
GROCERIES. .PROVISIONS, &e., &c.
St. Cloud, S Miuucwota.
Selling at Cost!
HEAVY TIECE GOODS. SHEETINGS,
E A A E S
JEFFERSON A VENWE,
SAINT CLOUD, MINNESOTA.
B. I S & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN|
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
STORAGE, FORWADRING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
We invite everybody to call and examine oar Choice Stock of Groceries and Provis
ions bafore purchasing elsewhere.
E. MILLS &^CO.
1866 ST. CLOUD 1866.
\TTE would inform the Farmers of the Northweet that, in connection with our im
W mense Stock of Groceries and Provisions, we shall keep on hand all kinds of
Agricultural Implements of the best manufacture, and
We will sell them at Manufacturers'. Prices,
With freight added. Among «ur implements may be found
OHIO SWEEPSTAKES THRESHER. BUFFALO PITTS THRESHER,
WALTER A. WOOD'S COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER,
WORLD-RENOWNED SELF-RAKING REAPER,
BUCKEYE COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER,
SENIOR AND JUNIOR MOWER,
CAYUGA CHIEF REAPER AND MOWER,
"THE KIRBY:' SELF-RAKING REAPER AND MOWER.
A.I1X. I I I S OF 3 I O I I E O W S
Cast-steel hardened by anew process, and warranted to scour in any soil.
FANNING MILLS, DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS, CORN PLANTERS,
HORSE RAKES, SCYTHES,
CLOTHES WRINGERS, CORN SHELLERS,
C1URNS, &c., kc.
AAl I so toy TJ n.i*e W a a
All those in want of REAPERS AND MOWERS should send in their orders EARLY,
ai'but a limited nnmber are being manufactured. Call and see us
J. B. I S & CO-
E N E & O
DEALERS I S
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AN SHOES/^
JUTS, CArS, YANKEE NOTIONS,
ST. GERMAIN STREET, J5*-
Just Received, before the rise in the market, a Lai
A General Assorlment^cf
A Comiilcte Assortment of
Gloves, Hosiery and Yankee Notions,
A N S in ii
Direct from New York and Europe.
BOOTS JLlXJD SHOE S
EVERT VARTBTT OF COTTON AND WOOLEN FABRICS,
S O a
& Complete Assortment of
Gr O O S
LADIES' FASIIIONVJJLE DRLSS GOODS,
PICKINGS, FLAXNELS, DENIMS. So'
S .A. ns A S
For Men and Boys, of the best manufacture and latest styles.
Of nil krnds amd patterns, and of the best material anJ mdke."
A F«n Stock
O E I E SI. A N O I S I O N S
Consisting »f everything re be fe*«4 i» Ckeevr* Stere.
WINES AND LIQUORS*
Brandy, Whisky, and Gin, tf the" Bttt Brtiii.
HCBPHSX 4 CO.