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CHARLES CRAWFORD,
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
’, Minnesota
SEjESD
<a.<32sjM?is’Sttiß*sa<a,s
. WAREHOUSE,
SAINT ANTHONY. MINNESOTA.
CEO. POMEROY
WOULD respectfully invite the attentive of
the farmers and public generally, to his
large and well assorted stock of
which he offers, Whilesale and Retail, for the
Spring trade, consisting of
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER
All purchases having been made for Cash, the
undersigned has every facility for selling the same at
reasonable rates. Merchants in the country will find
it to their advantage to call
GEORGE POMEROY
rpiMOTHY SEED, at
JJUNGARIAN GRASS SEED just received
Kentucky blue grass and red
TOP SEEDS at
A CHOICE and fresh assortment of the fol
lowing, dept constantly on hand
Onion, Water Melons,
Carrot, j/j Musk Melons,
Turnips, q C, Mustard,
C 2 B ®
Rutabaga, Ed «T U Parsley,
S «* «> z
Cabbage, O p J - Parsnips,
Carrot, 53 „>T Radish,
O pj -3 z
Beets, 5* 2§■ E ® a 6 c > (English,)
f 1 3 O H
Means, Ed B as Squash,
« o <
Peas, r_a bs c-I Tomatoe,
Corn, Pumpkin,
Lettuce, K Spinage,
A CHOICE lot of Sorghum, or Sugar Cane,
just received, and for sale low, at
mlnSff POMEROY’S.
Mortgage sale.—Mortgagor, wiiiiam
Npooner, mortgagee, Russel M Johnson :
Date of mortgage, March 11th, 1856, recorded
March 14th, 1856, Benior Co nty, Minnesota ;
amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at the
date of this notice, s’sßl,ll> Description of the
mortgaged premises—the eatt half of the sonth east
quarter of section twenty-two, and the west halt of
the south west quarter, and the south east quarter of
the south west quarter of section twenty-three, and
the west halt of the north west quarter of section
twenty-six, all in township thirty five north of range
thirty west, and containing two hundred and eighty
ncres (280) of land. Said premises afe now situated
in Sherburne County, State of Minnesota.
Whereas default has been made in theconditi >n of
raid mortgage, now, therefore, notice is hereby given
that the above described lands and premises will be
sold at public auction, at the front door of the Post
Office at Orono, Sherburne County, Minnesota, on
the 7th day of May, 1860, at two o’clock, p. m., to
satisfy the amount due on Faid mortgage, wiih inter
ests and costs of sale. RUSSEL M. JOHNSON,
Dated March sth, 1860. nloi7 Mortgagee.
SHERIFF’S SALE—By virtue of an execu
tion issued out of and under the seal of the
-District Court for the 4th Judicial District, in and
for the County < f Benton, State of Minnesota, upon
a judgment rendered and Docketed in the Clerk of
the Court’s office in said county of Benton, on the
17th day of February, A. D. 1860, in an action
wherein Byron Lent is Plaintiff and Martin Wooley
is Defendant, in favor of said plaintiff and against
said defendant, for the sum of four hundred and forty
nine 33-100 dollars, I have this 10th day of March,
A. P. 1860, levied on the following real property, as
the property of said Martin Wooley, defendant, viz:
Lots number one (1) and two (2) in block number
ten (10) with the dwelling house and the appurten
ances therei nto belonging, in the town of Watab, (as
surveyed bv George \V. Sweet) in the county of
Benton and State of Minnesota. Notice is hereby
given that I will sell the above property at public
auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at Day’s Hy
peiKorean Hotel, in the town of Sauk Rapids, tn
Benton County, Minnesota, on Friday, April 27tb,
1860, nt 10 o’clock, a. M., to satisfy said execution,
with interest and costs. H. McMAHON,
E. O. Hamlin, Sheriff cf Benton Co.
Att’y for Plaintiff. nloi6
PROBATE COURT.
State or Minnesota, ) ss
County of Benton, y
In Probate Court, in and for said Comity ; Pres
ent, Hon. Dan H ."Mi Her, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the Probate of the last Will and
Testament of William Fletcher, deceased. Order.
And now to wit: Feb’y 21, 1860, on reading and
'filing the Petition of Emma Fletcher, of said county,
praying, for reasons therein set forth, that the said
Will and Testament ot William Fletcher, late of
said county, deceased, which has been deposited in
the custody of this Court, may lie admitted to Pro
bate. Therefore, it is hereby ordered, that Friday
the I6th day of March, a. d. 1860, at the office of
the Judge of Probate, in Sauk Rapids, in said county,
be and hereby is appointed the tune and place for
proving the said Will; and it is further ordered,
that public notice of the pendency of said petition,
and of the tune and place fixed for the probate of said
Will be given by publishing this order in “ The New
Era,” a newspaper published at Sauk Rapids,in said
countv, for three successive weeks next following the
date hereof, that all concerned may appear and coo.
lest the Probate of the said Will, io accordance with
the statutes in such case made end provided.
Dated Feb’y 21, 1860.
DAN H. MILLER,
nß3i Judge of Probate of Benton County
NATHAN RICHARDSON,
Register of Deeds and Clerk of the Board ol
County Supervisors, County of Morrison and
State of Minnesota ; Office, Court House,
Little Fa|fs ; Will make Investments in the
County, and Psy’Toxes for Non-Residents ir
any part of the State, and do any business ir
the line of Conveyancing,
i cr All business by mail promptly attended to
LiMle Fells, Min , jsn.nly
-i- 1 : ' U -
LEGAL .VO TICKS.
DEFAULT having bean made m the condi
tions of a certain mortgage made and
dated Dec. 29th, 1856, by Alexander Paul and Mary
A. Panl, his wife, to Hilpa Row land* on, and duly re
corded same day in the office of the Register of Deeds
for the county ctf Benton, Minnesota, in book “A” of
mortgagee, page 817, conveying the south-east quar
ter of section 11, township 38, range 32, in said
Benton county, excepting and reserving 80 acres off
of the west end of said had, which said mortgage was
by said Hilpa Rowlandson, duly assigned tt Ovid
Finney, and dolv recorded in the said Kegistery of
Deeds July 6,1869, in book “ B” of mortgages, page
276, on which there is claimed to be due at the date
of this notice, the sum of 91412, as per note of said
Alexander Paul to said Rowlandson of same date as
sa:
lid mortgage, and theieby secured and assigned to
.id Pinney, and no proceedings at law having been
had to recover any part thereof; Now the eibre,
notice if hereljy given, that by virtue of the power
ol sale in (aid mortgage contained and pnrsuant to
■tatute, the said mortgage will be foreclosed and the
premises therein conveyed, sold at public auction at
the front door of the post office, at Sauk Rapids, in
said Benton county, May 11,1860, at 10 n’cliek,
A. M., to satisfy the amount then due on said note
and mortgage, and costs of sale.
OVID PINNEY, Assignee.
1.. M. Stewart, Att’y for Assignee
Dated at Minneapolis, March 25, 1860. nlli6
NOTICE is hereby given that default haa
been made in the conditions of a certain
indenture of Mortgage made, executed and delivered
by William Blanch to Edward O. Hamlin, bearing
date the twenty-eighth day of April, a. J>. *857,
and recorded in the office of Register of Deeds for
Benton County, Minnesota, on the 29th day of April,
a. O. 1857, at 2 o’clock, P: m., in Book B. of
Mortgages, page 40 : That there is claimed to be
dne on said Moitgage at the date of this notice, the
sum of two hundred and seventy-eight dollars and
eighty-eight cents, ($278.88,) according to the con
ditions of a certain promissory note secured by said
mortgage : and that pursuant to a power of sale, i.i
said mortgage contained, and in accordance with the
Statute in such case made and provided,the premises
mortgaged in and by virtue of said mortgage, to wit :
“All that tract, piece, or parcel o( land lying and
being in the county of Benton and Territoiy,** (now
State,) “of Minnesota, described as follows, to wit !
The south-west quarter of section No, thirteen (13)
in township No. thirty-six (36) north of range No.
thirty (30) west of the 4lh principal meridian,
containing one hundred and sixty acres, according to
the government survey on record in the U. S. l-and
Office at Sauk Rapids, M. T.,” will be sold at public
auction, on the 26th day of March, a. d., 1860, at
twelve o’clock, sr. ol said day, at “ Day’s Hyperbo
rean Hotel,’’ in the town oi Sauk Rapids, in said
county, to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage,
and the costs of such sale as by law allowed.
Edwjuii O. Hamlis, Mortgag-e.
Dated Bth Feb. 1860. 1616
MORTGAGE SALE.
NOTICE is hereby given that default has
been mads in the conditions of a certain
mortgage made, executed and delivered by Benjamin
Briggs to Edw ird O. Hamlin, (rearing date the
twelfth day of August, a. i>. 1857, and recorded in
the office of Register ol Deeds of Benton County,
Minnesota, on the 24th dav of August, a. d. 1857,
at 7 o’clock, A. M., in “Book B. of Mortgages,’’
pages 97 and 98 : That there is claimed to lie due
on said motlgage at the date of this notice the sum
of two hundred and eighty dollars and twenty-five
cents, (280,25,) according to the conditions of a cer
tain promissory note, secured by said mortgage ; and
that pursuant to a power of' sale in sa:‘i mortgage
contain' d, and in accordance with the statute in such
ense made and provided, the premises mortgaged in
nnd by virtue of said mortgace, to wit : “ All those
tracts, pieces, or parcels of land lying and being in
the county of Benton and Territory,” (now State,)
“ of Minnesota, descrilied as follows, to wit : the
south half of the north-west quarter and lot No. two
(2) of sect oi No. twenty-two, (22.) in township
No. thirty-feven, (37) north of range No. thirty-one,
(311 west of the fourth meridian, containing one
hundred and ten aerrs, mote or less, conveyed liv
George W. Sweet and wife, by deed, rlated th" Bth
April, 1556, and renorded in the office of Register
of Deeds for said Benton county, in Book B. of
Deeds, pages 273 and 274, to said Benjamin Briggs.”
will l»e sold (subject to the right of dower of the wife
. ol said Brigjs therein,) at public auction, on the
. 26th clay cf March, a. It. 1860, at ten o’clock a. m.
of saitl day, at “ Day’s Hyperborean Hotel,” in the
town of Sauk Rapids, in said county, to sati«fv the
amount due on said mortgage and the costs of such
sale as bylaw allowed. Edward O. Hami.ls,
Dated Feb. 12, 1860. n6i6 mortgagee.
POMEROY’S
POMEROY’S
POMEROY’S
MORTGAGE SALE.
NOTICE is hereby given that default hits been
made in the rendition of a certain inden
ture of mortgage made, executed and delivered by
George Goodhue, jr., to Edward O. Hamlin, bearing
date the sixth day of May, a. D. 1857. and recorded
in the office of Register of Deed* for Benton county,
Minnesota, on the 9th day of May, A. D. 1857, at
six o’clock, p. in., in Book B of mortgages, page*
43 & 44 ; that there is claimed to be due on said
mortgage, at the date of this notice, the sum of three
hundred and forty four dollars and ninety-one cents,
($ <44,91,) according to the conditions of a certain
promissory note, secured by said mortgage, and that
pursuant to a power of sale, in said mortgage con
tained, and in accordance with the statute in such
case made and provided, the premises mortgaged in
and by virtue of said mortgage, to wit ; “ All that
tract, piece or parcel of land lying and being in the
the county of Benton and Territory,’’(now State) of
Minnesota, described as follows, to wit—The north
esst quarter of the norlh-east quarter and lot No. one,
(1) of section No.twenty seven, (27) in township No.
thirty-seven, (37.) north of range No, thirty-one (31)
west of the 4th principal meridian, containing sixty
eight acres and eighty-three hundreths, according to
the government survey recorded at the U. S. Land
Office at Sauk Rapids,” will be sold at public auction,
on the 26th day of March, a. d. 1860. at
eleven o’clock, n. m., ofsaid day, at “ Day’s Hyper
borean Hotel,” in the town of Sauk Hapids, in" said
countv, to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage,
nnd tfie costs of such sale as hy law allowed.
Eowari* O. Hamlin,
Dated 7th Feb’y, 1860. n 6-6 Mortgagee.
SHERIFF’S SALE.
BY v’rtuo of an execution i-'sued out of and
under the seal of the 4ih Judicial D isirict
in and for the County of Benton, Slate of Minneso
ta, upon a judgment rendered and docketed in the
clerk of the court’s office of Benton County, on the
the 6th day of Decemlwr, 1859, in an action wherein
Orrin D. Webb is plaintifT and Moses Place and
Burnham Hanson, under the name and firm of Han
son and Place, are defendant*, in favor of said plain
tiff. and against siad defendants, for the sum of
twelve hundred and seventy-two dollars and fifty-one
cents, (81272,51,) with interest, I have this 11th day
of February, 1860, levied upon the following describ
ed property, to wit : All the interest which the
s tid defendants held or owned on the 6th day of
December, 1859, of in and to Blocks number three
and four, with the steam saw mill thereon, together
with the engine, boiler and other machinery in said
i mill ; also, blocks number two, seven and fourteen,
I with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging ; al
so a tract of land lying between block number four
t teen and land belonging to B. Hanson and Lewis
Clark, the whole of said property being situated in
the town of Watab. in said County of Benton, and
Ltate aforesaid, as surveyed by Geo W Sweet.
Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at Day’s
Hypeibnrean Hotel, in the town of Sauk Rapids,
county of Benton, on Saturday, 7th day of April, 1860,
p at 10 o’clock, a._m., of that dny, to satisfy the said
execution, with interest and costs.
1 O. D. Webs, 11. McMAHON,
• Plaintiff in person. Shei iff of Benton Co.
! Dated Sauk Rapids, Feb. 23d, 1860. 76i
i. .
CHARLES T. CURTIS,
. Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Anoka, .. Minnesota.
MORTGAGE SALE.
MORTGAGE SALE,
ST. ANTHONY ADVERTISEMENT*
S. L. VAWTER,
Wholesale Druggist.
DEALER IN
GLASS AND GLASSWARE,
AUO
A.LCOHOL,
CJIMPFTEJYE,
BTTzurzxro- »iiuxx>,
W hale, Lard and Kerosene Oils,
KEROSENE AND FLUID LAMPS
T WOULD call attention to my heavy clock
of goods in the above line, which I am pre
pare.! to furnish at price* so Low, that “ ’twill”
defy competition. Thankful for the |»st favor* ex
tended to me from the Upper Country. 1 will always
en.teavor to merit a continuance of the same.
SAMUEL L. VAWTER,
(uSyl) Opposite the Falls.
St. Anthony, Min.
KEROSENE ! KEROSENE ! KEROSENE !1!
LAMPS! LAMPS!
THOSE wtshingto purchase the above named
articles, will do well to call on me, as my
stock is very large. S. L. VAWTER,
St. Anthony, opposite the Falls.
BURNING FLUID, Camphene, Whale and
Lard Oils, in large quantities, at
VAWTERS,
St. Anthony, Opposite the Falls.
Confectionaries nfaii kinds for sale by
the box at VAWTER ’S DRUG STORE,
St. Anthony.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS !
MY Stock of these Goods is very heavy, and
can give great inducements to buyers.
S L. VAWTER,
Opposite the Falls, St. jf.ithony.
MINNESOTA
JEWELRY STORE,
EAST END SUSPENSION BRIDGE,
r 1 IIE subscriber would most respectfully in-
J| form the public generally, that they have a
first class Jewelry St* re, where will be found a
complete assortment of everything usually found in a
FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE,
consisting in part as follows
Fine English Levers, Duplex Chronometers .
Detached and Lapine Watches, in Gold and
Silver Cases.
We are also Agents for the celebrated, RAIL
ROAD AND AMERICAN WATCHES. Fine
(•old. Diamond, Etruscean, Coral, Mosaic and
Cameo Goods, such as Pin, Ear, and Finger Rings,
Sleeve Bnltons and Studds, Bracelets, Belt Buckles,
Lockets, Seals, Keys, Spectacles, Etc.
SILVER k PLATED WATCHES.
Having had several years experience in the manu
facture of Silver Ware, we are prepared to furnish
any arnona* or style, which we warrant Pure as Coin.
Table, Tea and Descr* Spoons, Knives and Forks,
Cups, Goblets, Pie, Fruit and Butler Knives, Tea
and Coffee Services, Trays, Lidels, Napkin Rings,
Salt and Mustard Spoons ol all kinds, both Solid
Silver an*l Plated. Plated Castor* and Cake Baskets.
FANCY GOODS, CUTLERY, &c.
We shall keep on hand as complete an assortment
of Fancy Goods ascan l»e found in Minnesota. Vio
tins, Violin Strings, Bows, Kosin, Screws, Tale
Pieces, etc. Perfumery, Hair Brushes and Combs
at low pi ices.
CLOCKS
of every description. Eight Dav and Thirty Hour,
with or without Alarums, I oth Weight and Spring.
We are also agents for SETH THOMAS CLOCKS,
tha best clock trade in the United States.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
The proprietors will devote their personal atten
tion to this branch of the huntress. and all persons
leaving work with them cen rest assured that it will
he done promptly, and Warr antf. v.to give Sat
isfaction I- ngraving done to order. Clocks
cleaned and all kind* of Jewelry neatly repaired
We invite all to call anil see us, and we will he
hnppv to show our good*, whether you purchase or
not. Don’t forget the place. North corner of
Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony,
jan.26 3yl BLAREMAN & GREF.NLEAF.
ISTEW GOODS !
Fall and Winter Styles for
MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN
S SI ST 3 3.
E. HAYES & CO.,
have now received their Fall and Winter supplies
mm r ®
nrar jm. rmr n ma m m —j.
Groccrte* and Provisions
THE attention of the Ladies is especially
ended to their stock of Valentins, Delaines,
Wool & Canton Flannel*, Skeleton Skirts, Irish Lin
en, Cambric*, Muslin,Sheeting* id different qualities.
Gentlemen will find an excellent assortment ot
Pilot Cloth, Ca-siineres, Doe Sk ins, Bioad Cloth,
Canada Gray, Saltinctt*. Gloves, Neckties, Collars,
etc. Also an assortment of
Ledger 1 Vool and Mohair Hate, Silk and
Cotton Pluth Copt,
which for quantity, quality and style, cannot be ex
celled in this city. Their stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
is nov complete, consisting in part of Sugars of all
grades. Golden Syrup, Mol.isse* ol different kinds,
Teas, Coffee, Spices, Soaps. Candles, Oils, Vinegar,
Oysters,Sardines, Clams. Lobsters, Preserved Fruits,
etc., etc. Also, a choice lot of new Raisins and
Currants, Codfish, Poltach, Mackerel, White Fish,
Trout, Salmon, Herring and Tongues, and Sounds.
Also a aood assortment of Cigars and Tnliacco kept
constantly on hand. The above goods will lie a>>ld
at Wholesale or Retail, very low for cash or in ex
change lor produce. E. HAYES It CO.,
(jan26yl) Lower Town, St. Anthony.
KIMBALL, JOHNSON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds ol
West India Goods,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Commission and Forwarding,
STONE BLOCK, LOWER TOWN,
Saint Anthony, Minnesota.
W. M. Kimball. s. D. Hubbard.
ST. ANTHONY BOOK STORE.
JOHN HECR TM AN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
23®®IK3 ASS® mg&tf 3®iSSISIR7
WAIiZi PAJPBXt,
Fishing Tackle, * rocket Cutlery. Fancy Articles,
and Toys.
Morrison’s ."ftone Block, three doors above Tremont
Hons- - , Main .Street, St. Aathony, Min.
(jffr A large discount made to eotretry dealers.^o
ST. AXTHOXY ADITS AXD CARDS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS A SHOES,
MADE AND REPAIRED
to order, at the • i g ■ of the
one door below the Old Post Office.
J Have now on hand a targe stuck, consisting <
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES
AND GAITERS, CALF OVER SHOES,
Copper Toed Shoes and Boots, Hals and
Caps, and
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS.
which I will exchange for Produce at Cash prices.
Gold paid lor Fens. («*,!) J. 11. CHASE
Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, &c.
CHARLES CRAWFORD.
CORN ER SUSPENSION BRI DGE,
Bairxt An Sin ony,
KEEPS constantly on hand a large supply of
Paints, Oils, and Painters’ Materials,
which will be furnished, for Cash, as low as can be
pure ha sad in the North-west.
BRUSHES, BRUSHES!
i LARGE assortment, of every description.
fIL from the celebrated manufactories of J. J
ADAMS A CO., Boston, and CLINTON A Co..
Baltimore. I would call especial attention to the
above, as my facilities with the aliove manufacturers
enables me to give purchasers an advantage in them.
CHAS. CRAWFORD.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist Corner Suspension
Bridge, St. Anthony. jan26.l
BURNING FLUID. Camphene, Kerosene.
Bleached Winter Oils, etc. etc., of snperi.
or quality, for sale by CHAS. CRAWFORD,
Corner Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony
I am constantly making additions to the above
large and well selected stock,and can assure my cus
t< roers on the Upper Mississippi, that I am selling
Staple Goods at prices to cor rest wind with the limes.
Cash orders will meet with prompt attention.
CHAS. CRAWFORD,
jan2€yl Corner Suspension Bi idge, St. At thony.
J. DUNHAM,
dealer in
Gaojrrics, Flour, Feed and Provisions
Rollins Street, near the Steamboat Landing,
Utter Town, St. Af»thony, Min
A. M. GREELY,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Bridles
WHtrs, LASHES, HOESE-COVERS, Ac. &C.,
Main Street, Lower Town. St. Anthony, Min
T. F. k G. H. ANDREWS,
Wholesale A Retail Dealers in
Dn/ Goods, Groceries and Crockery,
NEW BRICK BLOCK,
Main Street, Lower Town, St. Anthony. Min
\CJ* Produce taken in exchange for goods.
GEORGE POMEROY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Domes
tic Hardware, Iron, Steel, Nails, Hollow-Ware,
Stoves, Agricultural Implements and Seeds ; also,
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron
Ware. &tf»neh.fieUV Block, opposite the Levee,
St. Anthony. jau26n3yl
B. THOMPSON,
Watchmaker and Jeweller. Main Street, Upper
Town, St. Anthony. Dealer in Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silverand Plated Ware. Watches SI ill
fully Repaired nnd Warranted Plating and Gal
vanizing done. jan26tt2yl
T. F. & G. H. ANDREWS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods and
tiroceries. Main Street, l/iif .t Town, St. Anth
ny, Minnesota. Produce taken in exchange for
good*. jan 25 i3yl
I. S. PILLSBURY & CO.,
v holt-sale ami Retail Drier* in every description of
Heavy and Shelf Hard Ware, Stove* and Tin
Ware. Iron and Steel, Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe.
Cordage, Sheathing Pafter, t 'able*, Chain Pumps,
Saw*. Butcher’s Files, Leather an I Ruliber Bell
ing, Blacksmiths and Mechanic*’ Tools and Win
dow Glass. Also, Agent fi>r Gagk, P> rtf.rs
& Co.’* Circular Mill, X Cot and Pitt Saws.
Wilder’s Safes, Lake Huron Grind Stonts, etc.,
St Anthony, Min, jan26n.»yl
CHARLES CRAWFORD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, Paints,
Oils and Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, etc., etc., Corner
Suspension Bridge. St, Anthony, Min. n3>l
MIMMEAPOLIS CARDS
F. R. E. CORNELL,
A TTORME V AMD CO UMSELLOR ,
Minneapolis, . Minnesota.
GREELEY AND GRAY,
Druggists and Apothecaries, Hennepin Avenue,
opfiosite the Hay Scales, Minneapolis, Min. n3yl
M. R. GXKELF.V, H. D. J. D «»*T.
NUTTING, BROWN St CO.,
Commission Merchants, ami Wholesale ami Retail
Dealers in Gro-eries, West India Go*>d*, Flout,
Grain, Provisions, Crockery, Gbu Wit, fcc.,
Corwr Helen nnd Washington Streets, Minneapo
apolis.
B. L. TAYLOR, WM. W. NDTTIXO, J. *. BBOWN.
M. R. GREELEY, M D.,
PHYSICIAM AMD SUROEOM,
MINNEAPOLIS, M .T.
Office at his Residence rear the Suspension Bridge.
THE REGULATOR.
J. I. BELL 4 CO.,
Dealers in Staple nnd Fancy D«y Goods, Clothing.
Hats, Capo, Boots aad Sheas, at Eastern rrito*.
Davies’ Brick Block, Budge Street. Mimmpolis,
Minnesota. janJfcSyl
J. H. GREEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drv Goods. Groce
ries, Hats and Caps. Boots, Shoe*, and Clothing;
Also, Provisions, Floor and Grain, Bridge Street,
Minneapolis, Minnesota. jan26n3yl
THE EMPORIUM,
JOHN I. BL \CK, Proprietor. Nicollet Avenue,
Minneapolis, Minnesota. The best and cheapest
I Dress. Fancy nod Dry Goods, always on hand.
BT. PAUL A OVER TIS JEMEATS.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
DRY GOODS,
MINNESOTA,
FOR SALE.
THE OL 1*
Drr aoods nott«s
CATHCART A, CO.,
k»t resolved to time out their prritit dock of
FORE I G N
DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS,
BEFORE THE OPENING OF NAVIGATION
To effect this, we will sell for
CASH ONLf AT WHOLESALE
RETAIL,
Without reference to Profit, tanking it an object with
every person purchasing
DRV GOODS,
To call and buy of us. ami in that wav save money.
We have marked all our goods down, and
will sell in any quantity, at such prices
as will satisfy.
We would invite special attention ef Merchants
throughout the State to our
WHOLESALE STOCK,
(we think it useless o enumerate the good.) whirh
is ful l , comprising everything that is required in a
COUNTRY STORE.
Do not forget to call at
CATHCART fc CO*3.
Third Street, between Robert and Minnesota Streets,
St. Paul. nSvl
HARDWARE,
CHERITREE AND FARWELL
WHOLESALE ADD RETAIL DEALER! lit
Foreign & Domestic Hardware
NAILS, CORDAGE, Sfc ,
THIRD ST. (UPPER TOWN) ST. PAUL
TO THE MINNESOTA TRADE.
WE invite your attention to our large assort
ment of Hardware, which for variety and
desirable goods, cannot be e tcelled in the Slate
Our facilities are such (buying entirely for Cash
and only from M iSorACTURF.RI and English
Agents,) that we are enabled to hold out
STRONGER INDUCEMENTS
to the Trade than any house in St. Paul or the North
West. (JCF* Buyers, lief ire making your pur'-hase.
call and examine our p' ices and see if the above are
not fact*. CHERITREE A FARWELL.
LUTHER H. EDDY,
Wholesale and Retail
Grocer & Provision Merchant,
FORT STREET, ST. PAUL.
TO dealers in and eonanmera of Groceries
and Provisions, I would announce that I
have in store and to arrive, Tor the Trade ol 1860,
» very large atock of
Staple & Fancy Groceries,
to which the alt ntiort ol the trade 1* solicited, aa I
am confident I ran please the moat fastidious, aa to
tpMlity amt price.
Pork, Flour, Lard, Butter, Cheeae,
Salt, Fish, etc., etc.,
I (ball always have on hand in quantities to suit pur
chasers, and at prices that must secure a large share '
of the public patronage. In making my purchases,
I have kept in view the growing demands of the
WHOLESALE TRADE,
Inlying nsfar as practical)!*, of the Mannfaeturer, so
as to induce the country Mercbsnt to make bis pur
rhasesh ere
CITY AND COUNTRY RETAIL TRADE.
In this department, I shall always strive to excel,
keeping constantly on han I the Choicest Provisions,
Fruits, etc., that the market adopts.
METHOD OF DOING BUSINESS.
The rule adopted by me is not to obtain as much
as possible lor goods, tail to sell at the lowest possible
price, with a strict adherence
TO THE CASH SYSTEM,
will enable me to do. The advat uge of a Good
Stock—bought at the right period, will bs as far at
possible, secured to toy customers, L, H. EDDY.
St. Paul, Jan. 26, 1860. nSyl
E. S. EGERTON,
Banker & Dealer in Exchange,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA.
Collections made on all points of the of the
United States and Territories, and promptly re
mitted for.
I am selling Exchange on New York at present
for the following funds at the rates annexed, vis :
For Gold at i per cent premium.
“ Eastern Currency at 1 “ “ «
•' Illinois A Wis. at 2 •* “ •*
•« Minnesota, at 3 “ “ “
St. Paul, January 26, 1860. b3yl
PEOPLE’S BANK,
BT. PETER, MINNESOTA.
E 8. Eosktoiv,.
D. A- MoieroKT, Cashier.
AnviM purchased the capital stock ot the above
named Bank, and the same being entered in my name
on the hooks of the hnnk and in the State Auditor's
office, I hold myself personally responsible and liable
for the circulation, according to the provisions of the
general hanking law. E 8. -EGERTON.
St. Paul. January Jft, 1860. Ja02603yl
M. N. KELLOQO,
WHOLESALE and Retail Dealsr » Dried.
Green and Preserved Fruits. Bird Cages
end Willow Ware, Confectionaries, Toy* and Fancy
Goods of Etmy Description, Third Street, between
Wabashaw and Bt. Peter Streets, Saint Paul, Min.
P.g.-s-Ojretoro, Onego Apples, W thebH, %T *
ST. CLOUD ADVERTISE MNTS.
NOTICE.
FpKC Subscriber offers for *»is, Wbshftl#
JL and Retail, at low rates.
Pork and Flour and Meal,
and all other Groceries usually kept in s Croce: j
Store. Aiso.
BOOTS A SHOES,
BOARDS, SIDING A rLOORIMt,
Scantling, Plank . Tinier, Shing'r•
and Lath.
Prrtuuc* will l>« taken in p«jtn*n\ Hi K k*«t
□ncM mhl is Ca*i> for Wheat, Oat* and Corn.
JAMES S. WHITE.
Lowry '• Leveaj
n#yl
St. Ctoad, Fefy 20. 1660
WILLSON’S BUILDING,
Cloud, TVJlnxv.
The people of Stearna and Benton Ci untie*
ire reapeclfuily informed that there ia kepi c«>»-
•inntly on hand at
BRADFORD’S STORE
PRovisioisrs,
ALSO,
Drv Gods & Ready-made
which h- offer* at rate* corresponding with the
Hard Timet " jfUo,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
in quantity ond variety unanrpaeeed in the Upper
Coantry.
Produce taker, in eichange for good*—higher!
price paid /
t CZJ* I adie* and Gentlemen, c_ll and examiae
for youraelvea n6n>>
St. Cloud, Feh’y 9. 1860.
IWII.I. sell for Charge*, at the Warehouse
of 8. B. Lowry, March Bth, 1860, the fol
lowing good*, unle** the charge* are previously
paid -.—One Chert, supposed to be Joiner’* Tool*.
ns4i J. S. WHITE,
St. Clond, Feb. 3, 1860. Lower Levee.
DRUGGIST,
AND DEALER IN
School Books & Stationery,
Waehinglon Avenue and Chapel Si reel.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS
ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED
at ail houri, Ds.y or Night
St. Cloud, Jan. 1860
PIONEER
STORE,
Wahsington avenue & St. German-st.,
begs leave to call the attention of the
public to his large and weH selected as
sortment of
DRY GOODS,
President.
a lot of DRY GOODS b) ret.iL
LUMBER,
BRADFORD’S
ST O R E,
a large aaaortroent of
CHOICE GROCERIES
NOTICE.
S MARLATT,
Corner of
BT. CLOUD, MIN
CORNER OF
ST. CLOUD, MINNA.
JOHN W. TENVOORDE
BOOTB & SHOES,
CROCKERY,
Attn
HARD WARE,
all of which he will sell for
CASH, or exchange for PRODUCE,
at prices which cannot fail to give s*ttf>
faction. I buy my goods for
CASH,
and CAN and WILL SELL them
CHEAPER
than they can be bought at toy Retail
Store north of Chicago.
Please call and examine my Stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
tiff* JVo inmbit Jo a koto goads.
J. W. TENVOORDE.
N • B.—Cass and the HioatsT Price
paid for
PURS, HIDES 4 CRAIN,
J. W. TENVOORDE*
St. Ck>ad, Jan. UN, MW>. nStf

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