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Tin1 o.urert wool mark ihi»
year has been a surprise, we suspect,
to tpost persona, bu«rs a* well as tel
lers It was esily anticipated that pric
es would ri9e, but that ihey »hv*ld
reach the present stnto wus fully ex
pected by few. It is now claimed by
iomo that tbere in un atteuipt ing
made overta'uuate the search,} of
wool, doiuf-'ic unit loreigu, prepara
tory to un attempt to unite all the
wool manufactures in too oountry in
opposition to the present wool tariff and
efforts to secure its repeal at the next
This may be true, but there oan be
no question that wool is scarce, and
there seem- no probability of a decline
in prices. Nearly all this gears' cliji
is Uyt'ntlv nut oi first hinds btr is in
the hands ol mmufacturt-s—d-aicrs
holding comparatively little Lookius*
to the future, wo ate no reasons to
pect much ii' any riductvu in prices
ouxt .ar—if ihe present tariff be
repeate J. fall the rise in prkc
was uot cxpeotcd and many beep ovra
crs did not breed their owes, so that
—while lewir alicop will be slaughtered
this yoar than last, and while better
eare will generally be given the sheep—
the number of sheep to be shorn in the
spring of 1872 will not very greatly
exeeed the number shorn in 1871. A
large number of lambs will probably
be dropped next spring, and the num.
beroi sheep will, in all probability,
steadily increase until there \a a slight
overproduction, to be followed by a
The owners of good sheep may safe
ly hold tbem we think, give them good
eare, and breed from all good ewes
next fall. There ought not to be and
we hope there will not be any nndue
excitement. It is not desirable that
we should have the high prices for
sheep that prevailed a few years ago,
nor will it be wise for farmers to very
largely inorease their flocks, either by
purehaseor breeding.— Western Farm
plate of iee cream, taken leisurely,
whjle seated at a table in pleasurable
conversation is afar safer quencher of
thirst than a glass of ioo wster or any
other iee cold liquid the eream is, in
addition, stimulating and nutritions,
thus invigorating, cooling, and strength'
iag the system at the same time.
Ice eresm ihould not be taken im
mediately after a full meal, unless in
the most leisurely manner possible—a
plate full in the space of fifteen
minutes, during lively conversation.
If eaten rapidly it eools the stomach,
prevents digaation, and causes acidity,
unseemly belcbings, if not aotusl chill,
whioh in feeble persons endangers life.
—HalFs Journal of Health.
—The following is a recipj for
rolls: A noon take two quarts of sift
ed floor, rub in one tablespoonful of
lard and a little salt. Make a hole in
the centre of the flour. Sctld one pint
of sweet milk and set it away to cool.
At night warm the milk if cold weath
er put half a oupof yeast and half a
enp of white sugar in the milk pour
into the flour and stir to a batter.
The next morning mould well, let it
rise till noon, then mould into su«H
rolls, place on buttered tins me inch
apart let them rise, and bake for tea.
—Rural Neva- Yorker.
E O A O A S A
auBamo* O FAKSH WOUNDS.
Bind up the out or wound with fine
or pulverised earth, and renew the
earth in the course of a few hours.
The remedy is simple and within the
reach of every one. Earth is a com
pletedeodoriser, and acta like a charm
et fresh wounds.
ix BIOCTH CLOSKO,
This will prevent the diyness and
had taste so commonly experienced on
•waking in the morning. These un
pleasant sensations" ordinarily oomo of
sleeping with it open the habit of
keeping it doted may be formed by a
careful clearing of the nasal passages
on lying down, snd by going to sleep
with a determination to keep tbo lips
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
THE FALL TERM
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
Will commence on
WRWKBDAY, AUGUST M.h, 1811.
Students are requested to be
"gSOsemt mt Opestlaa
I Tullloi In. the Noratal Depart
nition in Model Department as hereto
fore—Sixteen dollars per year, payable in
IRA MOORE, Prineipal.
St. Clond, Ang. 10th, 1871.
S S A a O 1 8 8 0
WELCH ft GRIFFITHS,
Sctwsa Sa^raa! S a
Siperior all others. Azes.mes.CMt8tMl.Mni
»indshiDgs,sndMM!bihsr7. Get the beet, they wll
Faraiahlopt,o sn Machinery.
S I »»r List and
W W it I I S
Wast—, Oottwlt, BUek.
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The tomato besides being a valuable
and nutrioious article of food, posses*
es special medicinal qualities. It is
•ne of the most powerful aperients of
the liver and internal organs found
imong vegetables and it is stated that
ean be ef&oiently substituted for calo
mel, though not as searching. Diar
rhea* has been successfully treated
with the tomato alone and it is said
be an excellent remedy lor dyspepsia
tad in digestion. As a vegetable for
saily use, wheather cooked or raw, it
ii among the most wholesome and
SPIGER & CARLISLE.
Booms oa St. Oernala St., St. Cload
apposite the Catholic church. »12-
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Silver and Plated Ware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Ac, (be., Jfcc,
E A I I N
Washington avenue, a few doors from
Central H-nn, o« opposite side.
T. CLOUD. MJNNE80TA.
ORE AT 1MPR0 YEMENI
Smrth less time than any other Machine, and bs
recently iaprored ittoninch eastoe learn
ed than any other.
Ho*. F. DAVIS,
Hon. L. GORTON,
N. P. CLARKE,
C. F.ftW. POWELL,
PICHT ft ABBOTT,
W. B. MITCHELL,
0. R. BEAL,
J. E. WEST,
O. A. JSONWORT
I W A
O A E O S O N
A O N O
O S O A N
R. E N E N I I A
O N O O
I S A A STAPLES)
E O E
Keeesaary In sewlne different thick*
•esses. Neither tie threads nor
the cloth require holding.
Beams are crossedwithease
and the work guided
with scarce an
The_Wheeler & Wilson
if W a a and
most readily adjnsted attaehniento. rlne Tory easy.
has double lis former Mtwsr, andtothe UiideoeV!
est and best sonstraeted mschlne betore the nab.
Have been Manufactured
A I N E S
Uare been sold brfcnvUy CM than af say ether
Sena tor clrenlar and sample. JOHH OLAUK
Jn. A OO.'S Best Six Cord Spool Cotton on black
spools, an numbers, from S to 100, warranted Sis
cord. The beet in market, Tbo finest annUty of
Linen. Also, Oil and general Sewing Machine
supplies always in stock, wholesale and retail at
the lowest prices, by
ARTHUR FARRAR CO.
I0S Lake Street, Chicago! Ill
andlM third Street, St. l-snl, Minn.
A a S.Cletmd.
a a a I Book Stores end Mewa
Stands, or eend S5 cants (br specimens, wminm whmm
saw tb adrartisement, BRIGUX8ID11 CO
OL JOB PBIXTIRe
This amount ii deposited with the
State Treasurer for the
Securiy of Policy Holders
FIRE AND LIQ-HTNING.
INSURANCE OF FARM PROPERTY.
OwtlUngt and Household Goods,Churches andSchool Houses,
_—__ TOOK THE
for a Term of Five Years, with one-fifth of the
premium payable annually in advance, that is, in five equal
annual inttattmenU without interest,
•9tt**ftDl*» convenient and popular plan ever devised for the
insuraaco of Farmers. It enables them to get insurance in a STRONG STOCK COMPANY
BUSINESS CONFINED TO THE WEST.
Hie strongest Company in the country. One Million
Dollars in Government Bonds and Cash. Security
to Policy-Holders, Five Million Dollars. Cash
Policies issued. A plain, simple and
LOSSES ADJUSTED PROMPTLY,
AND PAID ON COMPLETION OF PROOFS.
JAve Stock, Grain, May, Farming Utensils, £c,are insured in the
manner best adapted to the wants of Farmers,
Ihe REPUBLIC has Branch Offices in all the principal cities and towns of the westfc
with nearly fog* thousand local Stockholders among the most prominent men in each
kcalily, of whom information can be obtained respecting the company.
Experienced Solicitors wanted.
HON. J. M. McKELVY,
Ho*. H- C. WAIT,
Da. A. T. TJPHAM,
T. C. MoCLURE,
J. M. ROSENBERGER,
A. D. BEAL,
S. Y. MASON.
TH* RMCBLIC is a Home Company has paid it* Lout* promptly and has among
its Stockholders some of the most substantial business men in Northern Minnesota.
AU persons desiring RELIABLE Insurance, will do well to call at once on
S A I I :F.A.TT:EJ.
8 I I
S I E
It keeps the money in the State.
It insures Females without extra risk.
It is as liberal as is consistent with per
It Is conducted by men whose integrity
or eharacter and business ability are well
known throughout the State.
It reeeives a high rate of interest on its
Its rate of mortality most he low by rea
son of the healthful climate of Minnesota.
OHAS. A BAKROWS,
Ofiee in Minneapolis.
W. H.. I)A
SASH & DOORS,
A E S
1-VMR TOililfO, dee
INSIDE A S O S I I BLINDS,
CORNICES, STORE DOORS
BASE, PRIMED ABB
GLAZED SASH, no., Ac,
PLANING, RE-SAWING, SCROLL SAW
ING ABB JOB WORK of
done to or
SIDING, PICKITS and
LUMBER ripped to bills, for sale.
All orders by mail prompt
ly attended to.
A LlbcraDlsconnt to Dealers
Office and Fnolory on Washington ave
nue, next door to the Bridge, St. Cloud,
Ht. Clond. May 28th. 1869. nl-n46
Off 1 A I A O
•ssayaforYonngUso, on gnat SOCIAL EVILS
•nd ABOSBS. which Interfere with alABBIAOB
With sure assans of relief tor the Brringand Unfor-
Sentfraa. in sealed
envelopes. Address BOWABB ASS0CLATI01f.no.
Manager St. Clond Branch.
ESTABLISHED IN 185G.
C1TI BRUR STOR
I A 1 1 I I
FANCY AND TOILBT
Brushes Perfumery &c.
Kerosene or (Jo a
OIL AND LAMPS
pounded, and order nswored with eare
Farmer and Phytieian from th country
will find our Stock of Medicine* compltt*
varranttdgtnuint ,ando Iktbt* qualit
Wa shjnglon Avenue, St. Cleu
P1XJE2 E E
W a a has never failed
(not even in one case) to cure the very worst cases of
Blind. Itching or Bleeding Piles. Those who are af
flicted should immediately call on their drnggist and
St Warner'i Pile Remedy. It is expressly for the
Iss, and is not recommended to euro any other dis
ease. I has enred many cases of over thirty years'
standing. Price SI. For sale by druggists everywhere
S E S I A
W a a la prepared
expressly for Dyspeptics and thoss suffering with ha
bltaal OostiTeness. I is a slightly stimulating ton
io-anda splendid appetiser it strengthens the stom
ach and restores the digestive organs to their healthy
state Weak, nervous and dyspeptic persons should
5 2 2 W
Pries One Dollar.
O N O O E
W a a a a a is healing, soft
aning and expectorating. The extraordinary power
it possesses in immediately relieving and eventually
curing the moat obstinate esses of Coughs, Colds,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Infloensa, Catarrh, Hoarse
nest* Asthma and Consumption 1 almost incredible.
So p.tmpt is the relief and certain its effects in all
the above cases,or any affection of the throat and
lungs, that thousands of physicians are daily pre
scribing it, and one and all say that it is the most
healing and expectorating medicine known. One
doss always affords relief, and in most cues one bot
tle effects a cure. Bold by druggiato, in large bottles.
Price One Dollar. Itia yonr own fault if yon will
cough and suffer. The Balsam will cure.
W I N E OI I E
Th* great Blood Purifier and Delicious Drink
W a a a a it a or W at if
a, poisonous drags or impurities, being
£7 'I? SP* **W*n a stimulant. It is a
splsndidappetiier and tonic, and the finest thing in
the world lor purifying the blood. It le the most plea
sant and delicione article ever offered to the public,
W I N O W a farsnpeiior to brandy, whiskey, wine, bitters, or any
W in W AH© A a It is more healthy, and cheaper. Both
male and female, young and old, can take the Wine
of Life. I is, in fact, a life preserver. Those who
wish to enjoy good health and a free flow oi live
ly spirits, will do well to take the Wine of Life. I
different from anything ever before in use. I is
old by by druggists. Price $1.00, in qnsrt bottles
E E N A O E
W a a is the only art
ele known to cure the Whites, (it will cure in every
case.) Whereis the family in which this importan
medicine is not wanted Mothers, this is the groat
est blessing ever offered you, and you should immedi
ately procure it. It is also a sure curs forfemale Ir
regularities, and may be depended upon in every case
where the monthly flow has been obstructed though
cold or disease. Sold by druggists. Prion $1.00 or
sent by mail on receipt of $1.26.
A 0 1 0 S a a
WARNER'S VINUM VIT2E
WINE OF LIFE.
N O E S O E S
Sole Agents for Minnesota.
For sale in St. Cloud by—
TlCKHOB TOUtAM & CO,
A ft Rosuu.
S. MAUAIT, foUtilT
1871. WANTE I 1871.
10,000 New Subscribers
ST. CLOUD JOURNAL.
It is our desire to have
household in Northern Min
nesota. It is devoted to the
interests of this part of the
State, and we intend to make
it of interest to the people
who live here, and to those
abroad as well.
Long or Shnrt
TALES AND SKETCHES
Will be in each number.
1A a S
will contain its usual variety
of State and General News,
Agricultural Information, Lo
cal Items, Market Reports
from home and from abroad,
Correspondence, etc., etcpages.
In addition, the present sys
tem of local correspondence
from the different towns in
Northern Minnesota will be
continued during the coming
year. No labor or expense
will be spared to maintain
OVER 400 PAGES
BEADING HATTER FOR tKB DOLLAR!!
FINE PREMIUMS TO SUBSCRIBERS
tion it already enjoys of being
Best Family Newspaper in
.To any of our present sub
scribers who renew, paying for
one year in advance, ($2.00,)
we will send post-paid,
The Excelsior Magazine.
either of the following books:
The Horseman's Manual.
The Dairyman's Manual.
Ihe Hog Breeder's Manual.
The Poultry Breeder's Manual.
The Sheep and Goat
N E W subscribers we will
send either ofthe above books,
and in addition, either of the
magazines or papers being for
An illustrated family magazine, devoted to
stories, sketches, fashions, household
matters, &c. 42 pages.
Wood's Household Magazine.
One of the most popular magazines of the
day. Each number contains a Prize Sto
ry besides Mueio Paternal, Young
Constantly on hand full lines, all sizes, in Gold, Silver, Diamond Set and Magic
Cases, Minute Repeaters, Independent J, 16 split and fly-back seconds, for taking
three different times. Prion list furnished the Trade on application, enclosing business
card. Forsale by the trade generally.
Wholesale Rooms, 18 Maiden Lane, N. Y. and GILES, BRO. & CO., 142 Lake St.,
New Fork, Jan. 17.1870.
WANK NO. 1089.—Bearing trade mark "frederlc
AthertraftCo., Marion. N. J«" manufactured by
United Stotee Watch Co- hai been carried by me
from December, 1808, to January 17th, 1870. iti total
variation being only two eeconde in the entire time.
L. B. CHITTENDEN, Let* Register U. 8. Traunry.
WATCH No. 1124—Bearing trade mark "Fre'.eric
AthertonA Co.," manufactured by United States
Watch Co.. has been carried by me seven months to
tal variation from mean time being only six secoudi.
A.L. DENNIS,President N. J. B. B. T. CO.
We are pleased to refer below to a few well known parties who II&TC givin us
rtificatcs, as to the superiority of the U. S. Watch Co. Watches.
S. P. ROUNDS,
Rounds Kane, Chicago, 111.
B. T. PHELPS,
Conductor N. J. Cen. B. B.
Hoif. SAMUEL MERBILL,
Governor of Iowa.
Ag't Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway
American Stock Journal,
A large Handsomely Illustrated Month
ly, eontaining 32 to 40large Double Col
umn Pages, filled with original matter from
the abUit writers in the country, on the
various subjects connected with
Farming, Stock Breeding^.
Dairying, Poultry Keeping, dec.
Bound in handsomely tinted covers.
under the charge of one of the ablest Pro
fessors in the United States, who answers
through THB JOCBXAL, frtt of charge, all
questions relating to Sick, Injured or Die
eased Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine or
Poultry. This makes it a very valuable
work for reference, and an" almost indis
peusible companion to all. interested in
Stock-breeding. The low price at which it
is published ($1 00 a year) brings it with
in the reach of all, while the Splendid In
ducements offered to Agents and Prem
iums to Subscribers make it to the inter
est of every Farmer and Stock Breeder to
extend its circulation. Send Stamp for
Specimen Copy, large Illustrated Show
Bill and Premium List. Get up a Club and
obtain ode of the many valuable Premiums
offered, consisting of Chester White,
Berkshire, Suffolk, Magic and Essex Pigs,
Short-H orn, Alderney, Ayrshire and De
von Calves, Southdown, Cotswold and
Merino Sheep, Cashmere Goats, Pure-Breed
Poultry, Norway Oats, Seeds, Agricultural
Implements, Pianos, Watches, Silver Ware,
Books, &c, &c. Specimen Copies sent
Address N. P. BOTBB & Co., Publishers,
Parkersbnrg, Chester Co., Pa.
AJLJu O N O I N
We will give the Stock Journal for oneIroa
year GRATIS to all new subscribers to
THE JOCBHAI. who will remit $2.
This offer will hold for only A limited
Men's, Young Ladies',' Children's and
Miscellaneous Departments. 80 pages.
A magazine devoted to Home Interests,
Instruction and Entertainment for Old
and Young. Each number contains a
Sermon by Henry Ward Beecher. The
Magazine haslatoly been much improved.
15 (broad) p:ige3.
he only Agricultural paper published in
Minnesota, and one of the best the
country Ha just been enlarged to a 24
page paper, and is one that every farmer
in Minnesot a should have
The American Stock Journal.
One of the standard Agricultural magazines
of the United States. For further par
ticulars see advertisement in another
The Young Folks1 Rural.
A handsomely illustrated eight-page paper,
complete in every department, and may
be read by old and young alikewith profit.
Published at Chicago by H. N. F. Lewis,
publisher of the Western Sural, at $1
Ue Youg Pilot.
An original Monthly Magazine for Young
People. Hasfinefull-page illuBtratious,
stories, history, travels, puzzles, &c. 35
The Little Chief.
A magazine for Boys and Girls, similar in
style to the magazine described above.—
Mc Clung*s Map of Minnesota
Handsomely colored and bound. Shows all
the counties,townships and sections in the
State all the cities and towns rail
roads, &cM &c, and is the best and latest
map of Minnesota published.
or the trifling sum
of $2.00, persons living in
the same neighborhood can
secure hot only a good, live
newspaper for one year, but
also by selecting each a differ
ent premium from the above
list, and interchanging, a large
amount of entertaining and
valuable reading matter.
These are the most liber
al offers made by any Paper
Specimens copies sent free
Terms $2.00 in advance.
W O S OI E
N I E S A E S W A COMPANY
Manufacturers of all grades of American Watches, Pendant Winders, Key Winders,
and both Nickel and Frosted Movements.
The finer grades all having three pairs of Conical Pivots, Cap Jeweled, in gold set
tings, and accurately adjusted to Heat, Cold and Position and all, even in the cheap
est grades, have the Straight Line Escapement, with exposed Pallet Jewels, and Hard
ened and Tempered Hair Springs and for our late improvement in stem winding me
chanism we claim a Strength, Simplicity and Smoothness hitherto unattained in any
other manufactory—at home or abroad.
WATCH NO 1261—Bearing trade mark "Frederic
Atherton A Co.. Marion, N. ." manufactured by
United States watch Co., has been carried by me
fonr months its total variation from mean time being
only five seconds per month.
V. A. HASKINS, Con'r Had. B.
WATCH NO. 1037—Bearing trade mark "Frederic
Atherton A Co., Marion, N. J.," manufactured by
United States Watch Co., has been carried by me
since Jane 1867 total variation from asean time be
ing only five seconds per month.
HENRY SMITH, Treas'r Panama B., 8 el)
Engineer Phila. A Brie B. B.
WALTBB H. KIRKPATRICK,
Conductor Penn. C. R. R.
A. H. KINO,
Vice Pres't N. J. Car. Sp'gand B. B. Co.
Conductor K. R. R.
GILES, BRO. & CO., Manufacturers and Wholesale Jewelers,
A W S A St in
I A O I
I 111 FIRE!! FIRE!!! FIBE!
E I N I S E
A E N
6 sets Chemical
Ready for ac
tion in 2 sec
By onetnrn of
Pat* ont barn
sole. Ac Ac
EASILY CARRIES weighs 76 pounds filled
throws a stream charged with powerfnl chemicals
feet BAVB8 ITS COST in reduced rates otinsuran
The pnblic are hereby cautioned against purchasi
Eire Extinguishers having our device for instan
neons action, from anr and all parties not dnly a
thorized by us to act as Agents, on pain of immed
ate prosecution for infringement. Manufactured an
old by the
FIBE EXTINGUISHER CO
Gio. 8. Bcwxx, Pre*. EDBON KEITH, Vico-Pre-
Address all communications to
J.C. DaVIDSON, Secretary'
Agents wanted. 92 Washington St., Cbicag
Pumps! Lightning Rods!
I still a in a a in the
W O O E N S which have given
such universal satisfaction throughout
N in a
is also or the
And is prepared to promptly attend to
all orders for
Pumps and Lightning Rods*
Alto, Well Cleaning done.
Shop on Wahiugton avenue, next door
to the Fletcher House,
it. Cload, Febr.21,1871.
The Best Work!
ALL KINDS OP
PLAIN AND FANCY
W. B. MITCHELL.^
St. Cloud, Minn
BILLS OF LADING,
BILLS OF FARE,
N O I
THE NORTHWESTERN FIRE EXTINGUISHER
00. being the exclusive owners of
E A O
Also, of the Bete A Pinkham Attachment or Im
provement also, of the Laurent Patent, and also of
the original patent granted to Uessrs. Carlier and
Vignon of Parti—which latter patent underlies all
other Portable Fire Extinguisher patents, and which
patent has ju»t been sustained by the Supreme Court
(as per decision rendered b- Chief Justice Fisher)
for the severaUitate* of Illinois, Michigan, Indiana,
Wisconsin, and Minnesota—hereby GIVE
NOTICE that ail and every other Portable Extin
guisher, Engine or Vessel for the purpose of applying
carbonic acid gas, or wuter saturated with carbonic
acid gas,forthe putting out of fire,
IS AN INFRINGEMENT ON THB
R1G1ITB OF THIS COMPANY,
and will be treatedaccordingly. The public are here
by cautioned against purchasing or using any Por
table Fire Exti.iguisher, as above described, from any
and all partie* not duly author ized by us to act as
agents. The possession of such maebine renders
any person liable, as well as maker or vender of the
JOHN V. FARWELL,
B. M. MOOKK,
J. B. STILSON,
B. V. JACOBS.
JAS. N. STEELE,
V. W. FARWEbL,
Directors of tlie Norths estern Fire Jixtinguibhcr
HITCHCOCK, liVVEE It. EVABTS,
The PirptDivision of. the
St, Paul & Pacific JRdilroad
1810. SUMMER TIME TABLE. 1870.
St. Paul, Anoka, Elk Biver, Saint
Cload and Sank Bapldt.
leave St. Paul
Arrive St. Cloud........„
7 3 0 A
.. 1216 P.M.
Leave St. Cloud..—............... 7 10 A. M. 210 P. M.
ArriveSt. Paul..... _...... 12 00 M. 7 00
SAINT PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS
Leave Delano 6 00 A.
Arrive St. Paul 8 45
Leave St. Paul..................................... 600 .M.
Minneapolis............... ,......- 645
Arrive Delano 726
Leave St. Paul 10,60 A.
Arrive Minneapolis.... 1 1 4 0
Leave Minneapolis. ......... 2 60 t, u.
ArriveSt. Paul 4 46 F. M.
Saint Paul, Delano, Litchfield and
Leave St. Paul............................
6 OOP. M.
Leave Willmar ^............. 8 30 A. M.
Leave Minneapolis................. 4 05 p.
Arrive St. Paul _. 5 00 p.
S or in 0 in a a
at the Stationsbeforeeater-
Pasaengersmastgettheir BaggageChecked before
it will be carried orer the road, and on the arrlvalol
the Train at place of destination, must present the
check and take possession of their Baggage
or S a of a a a after ita
arrival atstation for whicb.it is checked—it being no
part of the busines of this Company to receive and
store baggage, unless aspecialcontractis made to
F. B. DELANO Superintendent
J, H. & AND ALL, General Ticket Agent
Milwaukee & St, Paul
A I W A
RAIL LIKI BSTWUH
MIL WA UKEE, CHICAGO,
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. JPAUL
Parmington, Faribault, 'm Nerthfield,
Owatonna, Lansing, Austin,
Adams, Cresco, Leroy,
Counover, Ossian, Calmar,
VIA MILWAUKEE PRA. DU CHIEH
Between MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO and
Winona, St. Charles, Rochester, Fountain City,
Wabasha, Beads's Landing, Bed Wing,
Lake City, Prescott and
The direct and shortronte is
VIA MILWAUKEEAKD LACROSSE.
For aoove and all other Points on the line ofthete
Passengersgoing via Milwr kee make sure Connec
tions, Less Changes, have choice of seats in clean
Coaches, and on NightTraina
A FULL NIGHT'S BIBT
In Palace Sleeping Cars.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
A H.OABPBNTEB, 8.S MERBILL.,
Gen'l Pass. A ent. Gen'l Manager
O O E I I S
6 1 MILES THS SHORTEST LINE
a N "STorl*:,
Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL ROUTE.
This is the only route running Its whole Train,
BAGGA3E, DAY AND PALACE CABS,
Through to New York, and the only Boute running
THREE DAILY LINES
PULLMAN'S THROUGH PALACE CARS
Prom CHICAGO to
Harrlsbargb, Philadelphia and New
With hut one change to
&c, &0., &0.
Orders from the Countrv
ONLY ONE CHANGE
Indianapolis to Memphis, Mobile and
Direct connection made at Columbus with
PAR-HANDLE & PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
BALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD,
PITTSBURGH, PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMOBE,
WASHINGTON AND NEW YOBK,
Ass't Gen'l Passenger Agent Pennsylvania Central
65 South CUuk Street,
We will pay forWheat .deliveced at
O 1 O 3 E N S O E E
than the St. Cloud price for the same grade
of wheat, as the inspection at the Ele*
MeW We mean just vhat tee *ay,
eoglO-tf PAYIS, BEAL CO.
To ihe •ubscribera of the
SAINT PAUL PIONEER
The Late Besidenee of Capt. Wm. F.
In St. Paul, Minn. Coat over $60,000.
OIL PAINTING OF MINNEHAHA FALLS
By Gilbert Monger.
4 4 E W A E S
In gold and rilver case^—the WMtcbt
a a a
.-.!. PAtSTUMSB, FAF.KS, TIMHER LANEF, SrsfiBO MA
CHJXlW, (xSIXNUACKS, GoLl, &.B.,
ill lie trinute to the subscribers of the Sain
Paul Pionear on the 6ih day ot .September 1871,at the
Opera House, in St. Paul.
by tl« following cent I emeu, who have consented to
ike charge of ana make the distribution
Gen. II. II. Sibley, President ot City Bank, Saint
Paul Hon. John L. Meriam, Vice President Saint
Paul and Sioux City Railroad Hon. John J. S. Prince.
Ex-Mayor, St. Paul Hon.Cbaa. Scheffer.of Aubanch
Pinch Scbeffer, 8t. Paul Hon. Wm. A. Spencer,
Cierk of the XJ. 8. District Court Hon. Geo. L. Otia
St. Paul D. A. Monfort Esq., Cashier Second Nation™
at Bank, St. Paul Hon. J.C. Brrbenk, President
St. Paul Tire and Marine Insurance Co. St. Paul
B. Delano, Esq,, Superintendent First Siv. St. P.
Every yearly subscriber to the Weekly Pioneer af:
ttr April 1st 1871, is entitledtoone share in the dis
tribution of premiums.
Every yearlv subscrilrer to the Tri-Weekly Pioneer
after April 2.1871, is entitled to three shaiea in the
distribution of premiums.
Every yearly subscribe to the Daily Pioneer, by
mail, after April 1st, 1871, is entitled to five shares
in the distribution of premiums.
TERNS CASH I S ADVAKCE—For one year, Weekly,
$2 Tri-Weekly $6 Daily, by luail.flO.
S a a in in a
If st be free
Address I'IONEER PRINTING CO.
juj8 St. Paul, Minn.
N A E S
Contains ne Lac Sulphur—No Sagar of I*ad—No
Litharec—No Nitrate of Silver, and is entirely free
from tie Poisonous and Health-destroying Drufcs
used in other Hair Preparation*-
Transparent awl e'earae crystal, will not soil
ftbtbv. i/tru- tt.lifcetiy BAPE.CLEAN andEFf I
C1ENT—deeideraxums LONG SOUGHT JOB AND
1OUNU AT LAST I
It restores and prevents the Hair from becoming
Gray, imparts a soft, glossy appearance, removes
DandrniT, is cool and refreshing to the head, checks
the hair from falling off, and restores it to a great
extent when prematurely lost, prevents Headache,
cures all Humors, cutaeous eruptions, and unnatural
Heat. As a DBESSING for the Hair I la the best
Article in the market.
Dr. G. SMITH, Patentee, Gorton Junction, Mass.
Prepared only by PBOCTEB BBOTHEBS, Glouces
ter, Mass. The Genuine is put up in a panel bottle,
made expressly for it with name of the article blown
in the glass. Ask your Druggist for Nature's Hair
Restorative, and take no other.
For sale by C.SCITCLTEN CO.,
and TICKS TOLMAN CO. St. Cloud
VAN SCUAACK, STEVENSON KEID,
Wholesale Agents, 9i Lake ate-, CuicagJ
SATAN IK SOCIETY
all iiuiijeui piijociau auu Pruieasut in uuoui our
large Medical (Alleges. I deals fearle.-'ly bat
chastely with evils from which spring physical and
moral degradation, and domestic infelicity It is be
ing reviewed—praised or criticised, by all the lead
ing religious and secular papers and magaainea a
the U. S., and the verdict of the beet aad most dis
criminating is, that it is a reanauraUtMe boost
that it will a a rnsu-at and
It is of it a a to every man and
woman in the land, and ia having a wonderful
Agents Will find this a car* opportunity to make
money. Circulars, giving full particulars, with
merons notices of the Press, sent free.
Address 1. S. GOODMAN CO., Publishers
6 Custom House Place, Chicago, 11.
Say where you saw this advertisement.
SALE.— DEFAULT HAS BEEN
made in tbo condition'- of a certain mortgage,
executed and delivered by taloiuou L. Winters and
Margjret A. Winters his wi e, mortgagors, to Ka
cli-.'t ilooiu atd Taos. U. JlcCtiire, as co-partners, by
the firm nanie ot Moore & HeCiure, mortgagees, (ia
ted tbo oth da of June, A. D.lbod, recorded in tbe
ollice of the Register of Deeds in andftp-Stearns
county, Minnesota, on the 11th day of June, A.D
1608, at 2 o'clock p. m. in book E of mortgage deed j,
page 35, given to secure the payment of two
promissory notes made by said Salomon Winters,
of even date with said mortgage, payable to the or
der of said Moore McClure, one for $500, payable
6 months after date, the otherfor$580 45 payable one
year alter date, each with 12 ier cent, per annum in
terest until paid, and which said mortgage and the
notes thereby secured were on the 24th day of Jan*
A. D. 1869, for a valuable and adequate consideration
duly aaaigued, transfered,and set over unto Alexander
Moore, and Joseph P. Wilson, by instrument duly
recorded in the office or tbe Register of Deeds atoreaaid,
on the 14th day of July, A. D. 1871, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
in book A of assignments and agreements, on pages
290 snd 291. There is claimed to be due, and ia
due upon the aforesaid notes the sum of Eleven Hun
dred and Twenty Two dollars at the date hereof .and
by reason of tbe non-payment thereof, the power o."
Ue contained in said mortgage has become opera
t.re. No action or proceeding at law, or otherwise
has been instituted to recover the debt aecured by
said mortgage, or any part thereof. Therefore, notice
is hereby given that by virtue of*«aid power ot
sale and the statute in such case made and provided
said mortgage will be foreclosed fo- the amount due
on said notes, bj sale of said mortrag premises, to
uit: "All that tract, piece or parcel of land lying
id being in tbe County of Stearns, and St te of
Minnesota, described as follow to uit: Lot No.
seven (7) in bleck Ao. fourteen (14) in the Town of
Sauk centre, according to the plat ol said town, rt
cordid in tbe office ot the Register of Deeds in and
for said County of Stearns," at public verdue, at the
from door of the Cor rt House, in the City of Saint
Cloud, in said Stearns county, vn Saturday, the 3M
day of September, A. D. 1871, at 2 o'clock in the af
ternoon of that day to satisfy the amount then due
on said notes
paid in said
all other costs and expenses.
Dated July 19th, A. D.1871.
and JOSEPH V. WILfc JN,
Through Tickets for sale at offices of connecting
lines in the West, and at all offices of the Fort
Wayne and Pennsylvania Central Boute, in Chicago.
in in a A.iir in
Is the only Bonte running
DAY AND SLEEPING CABS THROUGH WITH
OUT CHANGE, TO CINCINNATI!, NDI
ANAPOLIS AND COLUMBUS.
Assignees of Mortgagees.
KXKB COLLINS, TUOS.C. AUOsV,
Attorneys. 8btrill of Stearns Co.,
OTICE^-U.S. LAND OFFICE,
St.Cloud, Minn., July21,1871
Complaint having been enteredat thtsoffice by Eel
ben Andersen against Thiman G, Restv, et for abandon
ing his Homesttad Entry No. 6524, dated June
16,1870, upon tbe wy2 nw& section 8, township 123
range S8, inChippewacounty, Minnesota, withaview
to tbe cancellation of said entry: the said parties are
hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 12th
DAY OP SEl'fhMBER 1871, at 10 o'clock in the for*
noon, to respond and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment.
C. A. OILMAN, Register.
july271 T.C. MoCLURE. Receiver.
OlICE.—U.S LA.ND OFFICE.
St. Clond, Minn. July 25,187L
Complaint having been entered at this otace by
Geo. W.Boulton against Seth Simons.for abandoning
his declaratory statement, No. 4106, dated August is,
1870, upon the sw^i section 22, township 127, range
30, in Morrison county, Minnesota, with a view to
the cancelation of said entry the said parties are
hereby summoned to appear at this offlco on the 12th
DAY UP SEPTEMBER le71, at 10 o'clock a. in to
respond and furnish testimony concerning said al
C. A. OILMAN, Register.
july27-6wll T. C.McCLUBE, Receiver.
..... Cloud, Minn., July 15,1871.
Complaint having been entered at this office by
Andrew Colliusagainst MathiasBauernfeiud for aban
doning his Homestead Entry, No. 3»40, dated May
30,lbb7,U|ion the se}£ nwJ*
swi. section 34, township 126, range 34, in Stearns
ccmitv. Minnesota, with aview to the cancella
tion of tarn ertry the said parties are hereby
summoned to appear at this office on the is
DAY OF SEPTKMBfSR, 1871, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, to respond and furnish testimony con
cerning said alleged abandonment.
C. A. (ilLMAH, Register,
julyaotui T. C.McCLUBE. Beceiv.r.
St. Cloud. Minn,
Complaint having been entered at taueoneej-P
Bernard Tonjes against Wm. O. Mclptyra fOT^sban•
doning bis Homestead Entry No. 4696, dated Deean
ber 80,1867, upon thenX swWand ii Mo
tion 14, ana ietf se£ section 15, township
ranee 32 in Stearns county, Minnesota, with a view
to the cancellation of *aid entry: the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the
218T DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1871, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, to respond and furnish testimony con
cerning said alloged abandonment.
C. A. OILMAN. Begistor.
OTICE.—U. S. LAND OFFICE,
St. Cloud, Minn., Aug. 17,1871.
Complaint having, been entered a' this office by
V. 11. S. Wortz agaiust Michael Wortz for aban
doning his homestead entry, No. 4892, dated April 28,
1S6S, upon tlio se}4, section 14, township 1ZL
range 30, in Meeker countj, Minnesota, with a view
totiie cancellation ef said entry: tbe said parties aro
hereby summoned toapgear at this office on too 5tn
DAY OF OCTOBER 1871, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
to re-pond and furnish testimony concerning saM at*
C. A. OILMAN, Register,
•ngSi-owlI T. C. McCLUBE. Becelver.
EDWIN M. WRIGHT,
A O N E A A W
Office in BtW* Block, St, Gtrmem Stmt,
ST. CLOUD, MlHMgQTA