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LEGAL NOTICES. .
NOTICE XS hereby given that the undersigned commis sioners, appointed to examine and allow the claim* against the Estate of William Fletcher, late • f Sauk Rapids, deceased, will meet for that purpose •t the Residence ol the Widow of said Wm. Fletch er, deceased, in Sauk Rapids, County of Benton md State of Minnesota, on Thursday, the 3rd day of May, 1860, at 9 o’clock in the forenoon, and again at the same place on Thursday the 12th day of July, 1860, at 9 o’clock in the forenoon, and again at the same place, on Wednesday the 15ih day of Sep tember, 1860, at 9 o’clock in the forenoon : and that the time limited for creditors to present their claims ip six months from the 16lh day of March, a. d. 1360. Dated at Sauk Rapids, this 27ih day of March, a. r. 1860. nl2i4 BALU STOWELL, ) r , WM. V. B. MOORE. $ Commissioners MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT having been made in the condi tions of a certain mortgage made nnd dated Dec. 29th, 1856, by Alexander Paul and .Mary A. Paul, hia wife, to Hilpa Rowlandson, and duly rr corded same day in the Offioeof the Register of Deeds for the county of Benton, Minnesota, in lx>ok “A” of mortgages, page 317, conveying the south-east quar ter of section 11, township 33, range 32, i n said Beaton county, excepting and reserving 30 acres off of the west end of said land, which said mortgage was bvsaid Hilpa Rowlandson, dulv assigned to Ovid Pinney, and duly recorded in the said* l.egistery of Deeds July 6, 1359, in book “ II” of mortgages, page 276, on which there is c'aiined to be due at the date of this notice, the sum of $1412, as per note of said Alexander Paul to said Rowlandson of came date a* said mortgage, and theieby secured and assigned to •»id Pinney, and no proceedings at law having been had to recover any part thereof; Now the efbre notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power ol sale in said mortgage contained and pursuant to statute, 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 o’clock, A. m., to satisfy the amount then due on said note and mortgage, and co»t9 of Fale. . „ _ , OVID PINNEY, Assignee. 1.. M. Stewart, Att’y for Assignee Dated at Minneapolis, March 25, 1860. nlli6 MORTGAGE SALE, DEFAULT having been made in the condi tions of a certain mortgage made and dated July sth, 1859, by Alexander Paul aad Mary A. Paul, his wife, to Ovid Pinney, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the county of Benton, Minnesota, July 6, 1859, in hook “B ’of mortgages, page 275, conveying 30 acres off of ihe west side or end of the south-east quarter of section 11, township 38, range 32, in said county, being the part of the section laid out into lots, embracing the mill pnvi eges, on which there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the sum of .91361,23, a per note of said Alexander Paul to said Pinney, of same date as, and secured by said mortgage, ncd'„o proceedings at law having been instituted to recover any part of said amount ; Now therefore, notice i= hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained, and pursuant to statute, the said mortgage will be foreclosed, ami the premises therein conveyed, sold at public auction in front of .?L P ne in Sauk Ra P'd*> in said county, May 11th, 1860, at 10 o’clock, a. m., to satisfy the amount then due on said note and mortgage with costs 1 M * ? VID PINNEY, Mortgagee. L. M. Stewatt, Att’y for Mortgagee Dated at Minneapolis, March 25, 1860. MORTGAGE SALE. —Mortgagor, William f:’, ‘Spooner, mortgagee, Russel M Johnson : March 0 ' M Urch n,,1 > 1856, recorded March 14th, 1806, Benton Co ntv, Minnesota ; amount claimed to be due on said mortgage uttl.e date of this notice, 9531,11. Description of the mortgaged premises—the east half of the ponth rasl qtiarter of section twenty-two, and the west hall of the south west quarter, and the south east quarter of he south west quarter of section twenty-three, and wIT -b*„°f the n ° r,h west f l uar, er of section all ;n township thirty five north of range acre* (2RO\ "r f containing two hundred and eighty in Short ° r» am * premises are now situated in Sherburne County, State of Minnesota. S lid ' iefa,,lt hl, f bee " made in theconditi >n of aCe * how, therefore, notice is hereby given sold k n .f l° Ve ( es . c, , ,e d lands and premises will lx- Off Pauct,nn « « the front door of the Post the 7th l d? rO f°M She . r^»n 0 Co " nt J’ Minnesota, on ° f Mi * y ’, ,BC0 ’ !,t , ' vo h’hWk, „. m. ,0 satisfy the amount dne on said mortgage, with inter e*nT.nd.r M " srt,R - RUSSEL M "JOHNSON Dated March sth, 1860. nl()i7 Mnrfaw’ . MORTGAGE SALE. II T Abj LT having been made in the couth is* ' n |9 n * °> n Mortgage Deed executed by John F. Bradford 0 f Ramsey County, Minnesota, to j 6 * Armstrong, of the same place, sold the March, 1857, upon the following de i 6 promise*, situated in Benton County Minnesitn, viz.: Tho west half of the soutli •ns quarter and the south-east quarter of tte south east quarter of Section fourteen, in J ownship ifnrty seven, Range thirty-one west; ?l,*o tit® west half of the soufh west quarter and -t- 50 ”- 1 ® ast *l U!, rter of the south west quarter - c |r) n fourteen, Township thirty-seven, north or Range thirty-one west: also the south halfof.he ■orth west quarter and the north east quarter of the south west quarter of Section fourteen, Town ship thirty seven* noith of Range thirty onewe>t: also lots tno and three ofSection four, Tow nship thirty seven north, of Range thirty one west; in to c Urr< M’ wb * c h Mortgage was given sVooo "lr°. No "j m i" by "» »w iir,dr,„‘,r in .1 0, , m fn -ml «=* rf-„r,j..,l a nower " her ty given ’ ,hat ’ vir,oe «f a power of sale in said mortgage contained and in accordance with the statutes in such case made .and provided, the said mortgaged premises he fore described, will bo offered for sale at Public Auction at the frontdoor of the Qflieo of Register : .ftth‘ B r U *r d > i" -M Benton County M ,V - r a^ Ma y* 1860 - nt 10 o’clock A. ’’ to satisfy said debt nnd costs of sale. ’ R» P t \? OI l GE W * ARMSTRONG, S>. Paul, March 28, IS6O. Mortgagee. the high and envied celebrifv which ti,;-, ent medicine has V q.M r %• 1 . . P re - e, ™n iu all Ih. diseases whidf h ir,a,,lc **“«■* rendered the usual practice f ~.‘,1“, ,l ’ Ctlre ’ h;ls not only unnessary blit unworthy «heTaSS e,r | f rj ,8; ,h t good te?# £ ous ’ r jlite thnr / no, . b - v tha faith of the civdu!- Sf'liJ" ° f c ? st ' vene «a» dyspepsia, bilious nil aftect.ons, pdes, rheumatism, fever* ami °ru ,n rl e h L ead aph , e3 > a '>'l allgeneml derange. . °. i lea J*h, these Pills have invariably proved Dlaoel"r remed y- A single trial will in the ««r 1 ond lbo reach of competition it mTV 0 " ofeTPrv patient. effi Jcio,, 0 . in !ll Ph<>enix bitters wiH I* found equally head ache Z -T 8 °*. De r Vou * debility, dyspepsia, health and evenTt •"*?* , J? c ' dent ,0 females in delicate S f weakness of the digestive Broadway and by DeaP- M °F£T’ 35 generally'throughout the countryr 8 *" D,u K , * t- E. W. &. G. C S I M S , Dealers in DRUGS & MEDICINES PAINTS fc OILS, * Perfumery, Choice Toilet Articlei, sc.,alto, GROCERIES k PROVISIONS, no^n ’ • • v Minnesota, SEED &<S3S3S€ 10“ S «£ If 2B A S WAREHOUSE, SAINT ANTHONY, MINNESOTA CEO. POMEROY WOULD respectfully invite the attention of the farmers and public generally, to his large and well assorted stock of ill $1 9 which he offers, Whclegale 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. JJMMOTIJY SEED, at POMEROY’S. | g UNGARIAN GRASS SLED just received POMEROY’S. Kentucky blue grass and red TOP SEEDS at POMEROY’S A CHOICE and fresh assortment of the fol lowing, dept constantly on hand Union, Water Melons, Carrot, yy jj Musk Melons, Turnips, q 5 £ Mustard, Rutabaga, W «T U Parsley, h—* CJ J 9 £0 t 1 Cabbage, ~ J 5 Parsnips, C- h) «5 Ciirrot, 0 Radish, O B-i * Dict? ’ § J |i Sage, (English,) Beans, ““ Z Squash, _ ° Q 1 1 en *» c-t i H Tomatoe, < S w Dorn, s Pumpkin, n Lettuce, J) Spinage, A CHOICE lot of Sorghum, or Sugar Cane, just received, and for sale low, nt° niln3ff POMEROY’S. HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHILADELPHIA A Benevolent institution established by special Endowment for the Relief of the Side and and Distressed., aifflicted. with Viru lent and Epidemic Diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the unfotunate victims of such diseases by Quacks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, us a Charitable Act worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for! the treatment of this class of diseases, in all tlie'r forms, and to give Medical Advice Gratis to| all who apply by letter, with a description ufj the r condition, [age, occupation, habits of I fe.j •S-c..] and in cases of extreme poverty, to Farn-\ ish Medicines Free of Chare,. It is needless to! add Mint the Association con mands /lie highest Medical skill of the age, and will furnish ihe'mott approved modern treatment. j Ihe Directors of the Association, in their An nual Report upon the treatment of Sexual Diseas es, for the year ending January Ist, 1858, ex press the highest satisfaction with the success which has attended the labors of the Consulting Surgeon in the cure of Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syp hills the vice of Onanism or Self-abuse, <5-c.. and order a continuance of the same plan for the en suing year. The Directers, on a rev : ew of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevo lent effort have been great benefit to the atliicied. sepecially to the young, and ihey have resolved to devote themselves, with renewed zeal, to this very important and much despised cause An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mas tuihution, or Self-abuse and other diseases of the sexual organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, will he sent by mail [in a sealed envelope], Free of Charge . on receipt of Two Stamps for postage. Other Reports and Tracts on the nature and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, etc., are con stantly being published for gratuitous distribution and will be sent to the afflicted. Some of the new remedies and methods of treatment discover ed during the last year, are of great value. Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. George H. Calhoun, Consulting Surgeon, Howard As sociation, No, 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Bv order of the Directors. D- HEjJRTWELL, President GEO. F. CH/LD, Secrctnry. ]%/J OR! GAGE SALE.— Default having been A.Trf- a certain mortgage executed by 'V i ll am M Hooper, of St. Cloud, in the County of \ ea,n * and State of Minnesota,to Chester Wait of i ho same place, dated the 23d day of Mnv, a.’d. and duly recorded in the office of Register of Heeds m.he County of Morrison and State aforesaid, on the -7th day of May, a. V. 1389, at 2 o'clock, L' In Look “ A” of moi tgnges, on pages 320, 321 ami 322, on uhich tlreie is now due ir Ch *T ' m,,r 'S a S«b and unpaid, the sum o seventy-six dollars and seventv-ihr, e rents. And no action or proceeding at law ha\ in<* been Commenced to recover the amount so due thereon • IV<>w therefore, notice is hereby given, ihat by vir tue of a power of sale in said mortgage c mtamed and pursuant to the Statute in such rase made and provided the premises described in said mortgage t wit : the smith east quaiter and the south half of the north east quarter, and north west quarter of the n nth east quarter of section nundier twenty-four (24) in township manlier thirty nine, (39) north of range number thirty-one west, in the c« u ity of Mor rison aforesaid, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, it the front door of the Offiee of Register of Deeds at the town of Little Falls, in said Morrison County, by the Sheriff of sai I county, on the 26th day of May, at two o’clock, p. m , o! said day, to ’pay the otttau'nt then due on said mortgage, together with the costs and expenses of sale allowed by law. CHF.STER \ AIT, j Wait & McClure, Mortgagee. Attorneys for Mortgagee, »9i6 February 25,1860 ST. ANTHONY AD VER TISEMENTS S. L. VAWI ER, Wholes ale Druggist. DEALER IN GLASS AND GLASSWARE, A. L C OHo L , CJtMPHEJTB, QURNIN Gr FI*TT -r -r> f W hule, Lard, and Kerosene Oils, KEROSENE AND FLUID LAMPS. attention to my heavy slock of goods in the above line, whiehLam ure '"are.l to furnish at prices so Low, that'* 'twill” defy compel."*"'.’"; Thankful for the past favors ex te >(Jcd to me from the Upper C' M * mr V. I will always endeavor to merit a continuance %,’f the same SAMUEL L. at. Anthony, Min. (n3yl) Opposite the Fulls KEL'OSENE ! KEROSENE ! KEROSENE !!! LAMPS! LAMPS! rriIJOSE wtvhingto purchase the above named H articles, will do well to call on me ns mv stock is very large. S. L. V WVTF.K. ' St. Anthony, opposite the Falls. BURNING FLUID, Cntnphene, Whale and Lard Oils, in large quantities, at VAWTERS, St. Anthony, Opposite the Falls CONFLC I’IONARIES of till kinds for sale by the box at VAWTER’S DRUG S ! ORE, St. Anthony. TOBACCO AND CIGARS ! Slock of these Uood* is very heavy, and d V-M. can give great 'nducements to buyers. S L V\W I ER, Opposite the Falls, St. jJ.uhonv. MIN\ESOTA JEWELRY STORE, EAST END SUSPENSION BRIDGE, A 2V S HUD CT JfiflffilSSS'A- Fl IIE subscriber would most respectfully in- M form the public generally, that thpy have a first class Jewelry St re, where will ho found a complete assortment of everything usually found in a FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, consisting in past as follows Fine English Lerers, Duplex Chronometers. Detached awl Lapine Watches, in Gold and ' i ilver Cases. We are also Agents for the celebrated, R AIL ROAD AND AMERICAN WATCHES. Fine Gold, Diamond, Ktrusrenn, Coral, Mosaic ami Cameo Goods, such a- Pin, Ear, and Finger Rings, Sleeve Buttons amiStmlds, Bracelets, Belt Buckles,’ Lockets, Seals, Keys, Spectacles, Etc. SILVER a PLATED WATCHES Having hail several years experience in the manu facture of Silver Ware, we are prepared to furnish anv ainon-i' or style, v hich we warrant Pure as Coin. I able, lea ami Deser' ■'ponns, Knives and Folks, Cups, Goblets, Pie, Fruit ami Butter Knives, Tea ami Coffee Services. Trays, Ladels, Napkin Rings, Salt and Mnstaid Spoons nt all kinds, both Solid Silver and Plate I. Plated Castors and Cake Baskets. FANCY GOODS, CUTLERY, &c. We shall keep on hand as complete an assortment of Fancy Goods as can be found in M inno.ota. Vio lins, Violin Strings, Bows, Kosin, Screws, Tale Pieces, etc. Perfumery, Hair Brushes and Combs at low prices. CLOCKS of every descrip'ion. Eight Day and Thirty Hour, with or without Alarums, I oth Weight and Sprmg.’ We are al-o agents for SETH THO M AS CLOCKS, lha best clock 11 title in the Unittrl States. FINE WATCH REPAIRING i The proprietors will devote their personal alien . lion to this branch of the Imsii ess. and all persons I leaving work with them*era rest assured licit it will jf'c done promptly, and Warrants- to givk Sat isfaction- engraving done to order. Clocks cleaned and all kinds of Jewelry neatly ic aired | We invite all to call and see us, and we will be happy to show our giods, whether you purchase or not. $5- Don’t forget the place. North corner of Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony. jan.26 3yl BCAKEMAN & GREEN LEAF. IN EAV GOODS ! Fall and Winter Styles for MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN 013 MIPISLa 'IP ma. 5N IE w 3 il n E. HAYES & CO., have now received their Fall and Winter supplies of ISKfiWt H ■ AL T SHsS Gio ceries and Provisions Till-, attention of the Ladies is especially called to their stock of Valentins, Delaines, Wool & Canton Flannels, Skeleton Skirts, Irish Lin en, Cambrics, Mttslin.Sheetings of different qualities. Gentlemen will find an excellent assortment id Pilot Cloth, Ca-simeres, Doe Skins, Rinnd Cloth, Canada Gray, Snninetle. Gloves, Neckties, Collars, etc. Also an assortment of Ledger IVool and Mohair Hats, Silk and Cotton Plush Cajis , which lor quantity, quality and style, cannot be ex celled in ibis city. Their stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS is nov comolete, consisting in part of Sugars of alii grades. Golden Syrup, Molasses of different kinds,| Teas, Co'Vee, Spices, Soaps Candles. Oils, Vinegar, Oysters,Sardines, Clam-. Lobsters, Preserved Fruit*, etc., etc. Also, a choice lot of new Raisins and Currants, Codfish, Poll.tch. Mnckeiei, W hin- Fi.-h, Trout, Salmon, Herring and Tongues, and Sounds. Also a aood assortment of Cigars and Tobacco ket>t constantly on hand. The above goods will lie fold at Wholesale or Retail, very low for cash or in ex change (or produce. e. haves & co., (jau26yl) Lower Town, St. Anthony* ST. ANTHONY BOOK STORE J O HJY HE C H TMJi A*, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in IBDDj&S ms&u' TCDiSrSIS'S’s, WALL PAPER, Fishing Tackle, Cutlery, Fancy Articles, and Toys. Morrison s Stone Block, three doors above Trenionl House, Main Street, St. Anthony, Min. A large discount made to country dealers..££ SSO FItTY DOLLARSJ SSO Fifty Dollars a Month and all Expenses Paid our New National Doubl lhread l vventy Dollar SEWIJYG MACHINE. A great chance for Travelling Agents to en gage in a permanent busines, at §6OO a year and expenses. Address, with stamp, for particulars, J. W. HARRIS CO. N® IS Shoe and Leather Exshango Boetrm, Msea ST. AjYTHOJYY AD VS a.yd cards. BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS & SHOES, made and repaired to order, at the s ig n of Ihe one door lielow the Old Po*t Office. J” Have nowon hand a large stock, consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, AND GAITERS, CALF OVER SHOES, Copper Toed Shoes and Boots, Hats and Caps, and GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, which I will exchange for Produce at Cash prices. Gold paid lor Furs. (n3yl) J. 11. CHASE. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. CHARLES - CRAWFORD, CORNER SUSPENSION BRIDGE, SlaiH* Aixthovt y, constantly oH hand a ..V - " 6 supply of ~~ Oils, and Painters’ Matei7.‘.‘ ,< - »h,, h will lie furnished, for Cash, a, | ulv a , can be porch.tsad in the North-west. BRUSHES, BRUSHES! A t AR S n 'Tc r ' me , nt ’ every description, \D\Ms m fc rn B n’ r '" Hd m!,n,,r!,p,0r 'e* »f J. J. „ , . S * R-«too. and CLINTON &Co Baltimore. I would call cq.eri..l attention to the alaive, as my facilities •• ith the almve mnnnfarturers enables me to give purchasers an advantage in them. CHAS. CRAWFORD. \V holesale and Retail Druggist Corner Suspension Budge. St. Anthony. jao26vi BI RM\G FI.I ID. Camphene, Kerosene Bleached Winter OiD, etc e ,c.. n f sunßr j or quality, lor sale liy CHAS. CRAWFORD, Corner Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony I lain constantly making additions to the above | large and well selected stock,ami ran assure rnv eus :timers on the Upper Mississippi, that I am selling | Staple Goo 's at prices t- correspond with the times] Lash orders will meet with prompt afte*>tion . , , CHAS. CRAWFORD, jan_6_v 1 Corner Suspension Ri idge, St. Ai thanv. J . DUNH AM, dealer in Gao:'ri(S, Flour, Feed and Provisions Rollir.s Street, near the Steamboat Landing. 1 ppnn lows, St. Anthony, .Min A . M . G R E E L Y , Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Bridles WHIPS, LASH FS, HOrSF.-COVKRS, &c. &c., Main Street, Lower Town. St. Anthony, Min T. F. a G. H. ANDREWS, \\ holesale & Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries and Crockery NEW BRICK BLOCK. Main Street, Lower Town, St. Anthony, Min jVZP* Produce taken in exchange for goods. GEORGE POMEROY, \\ h desalt- and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Dames tic I laid wait-, Iron, Sled, Nails, Hollow Ware Stoves, Agiieu'tmal Implement* and Seeds ; also M imiil. leaner i.l I in, (topper, and Sheet Iror Mure. StauclifielJ’s Block, opposite the Levee St. Anthony. jun26i»3yl B THOMPSON, Watchmaker ami Jeweller. Main Street. Uppei •St._ Anth.Hty. Dealer i , \vtehee, Clocks. Jowfrliy, Silver ami PUtni Ware*. Watrlics j?! j||. fit ly Ueparred and Warranted Plating and Gal vanizing done. jaii2fiii2\ 1 T- F. & G. H. ANDREWS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry floods and <■roceries, Main Street, Low r Town, St. Anth ny, Minnesota. Produce taken in exchange for g ,M,ds - jan 25»3y 1 I. S. PILLSBURY Sc CO., • v holes,lie and Retail Dr- lers in every description of ° vv,lirl l ! ,le a ' t< n ‘ i( ™ <>* the trade is solicited, as I Heavy anil Shelf Hard Ware, Stoves and Tin ! i,m , l>t ' ca “ please the most fastidious, as to Ware, Iron and Steel, Sheet Lead, Lend Pipe. a “‘ pl ,rc ' Cordage, Sheathin-r Paper, ‘ aides, Chain I’mnps'’ Pork, Flour Lard Butter Phone Saws, Rntcher’s Files, Leather an I Ruhher Kelt-! C n ]/ Fisl, ’ , ’ ’ iik , lllacks.niths and Mechanics’Tools and Win- - 1 ,sh » etc ” etc -» flow Glass. Also, A sent fir Gage, Porters * *h;i >1 always have on hand in quantities to suit t nr & Co. s Circular Mill, Cut and Pitt Sans. c, i a ® er *» : | n “ at P'iccs that must secure a large share \\ tiller’s Safes, Lake Huron Grind Slows, etc., , ~ hf! P»W'C patronage. In making mv , Mirrha.es, St Anthony, Min. jnti2f»n:ly 1 1 h;,ve ke l u ' n view the growing demands of the WHOLESALE TRADE, buying as far as prarticahla, of the Mannfaelurer, so as t.. i adniar the country Merchant to make hi* pur cUiiwvh ere dry AND COUNTRY RETAIL TRADE. CHARLES CRAWFORD, WHOLESA LE A Jt D RETAIL DEALER IN Dnie.«, Medicines, Chemicals. Perfiimeiv, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Dye Studs, etc., etc., Cornet Suspension Bridge. St. Anthony, Min. n3yl M 1 AEAP ° L 1 S CARD S F. R. E. CORNELL. A TTORNE Y AND COUNSELLOR , Minne;»f;i M innr.i polls, GREELEY AND GRAY, Druggists .it I Apothecaries, Hennepin Avenue, opio.-iiL- iho Hay Seal.*, Minneapolis, Si in. u3>l *• R - OfcKELKY, M. D. J. D G lt A Y NUTTING, BROWN Sc CO., Commission Merchants, ami Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Grn -eries, West India Goods, Flom, firain, Provisions, Ciorkery, Glass Ware, &c. Corner Helen anil Washington Streets, Mineeapo’ apoli*. b. l, Taylor, wm. tv. hotting, j. e. brown. M. R. GREELEY, M D., PHYSIC IA JV* A. YD SURGEOJY, MINNEAPOLIS, M T. Odice at his Residence near the Suspension Bridge. THE REGULATOR. J. E. BELL. & CO., Dealers in Staple and Fancy Diy Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boot* and Shies, 'at Eastern Prices. Davies Brick B 1 »ck, Btidge Stieet, Minneapolis. Minnesota. jan26i3yl J. H. GRE EN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods, Groce ries, Hats and Caps, Bools, Shoes, nnd Clothing; Also, Provisions,Flour and Grain, Bridge Stiect, Minneapolis, Minnesota. jan26n3vl THE EMPORIUM, JOHN I. BLACK, Proprietor. Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, Mi.,nesota. The best and cheapest Drass, k ancy and Dry Goods, always on hand. ST. FAUL ADVERTISEMENTS. THE LARGEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS, MTXXESOTA , FOR SALE THE OL 1' ® r T C - ood s House CATHCART & CO., have resolved to close out their present stock of FORE I G N DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BEFORE THE OFEMVG OF NAVIGATION To effect this, we ’.'ill sell for CASH ONLY AT WHOLESALE RETAIL, Without reference to Profit, making it an object with every person purchasing DRY GOODS, To call and buy of us. and in that wav save monrv. We have marked all our goods down, and ’ will sell in any quantity, at such prices as w ill satisfy. We would invite special attention of Merchants throughout the Stale to our wHo LE SA L E STOCK, (we think it useless to enumerate the goods) «lii, h is full, comprising everything that is required in a COUNTRY STORE. Do not forget to caH at CATHCART St CO’S. Third Street,between R bert and .Minnes la S r i t St. Paul. i,3il HARDWARE, CHERITREE and farwell. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Foreign & Domestic Hardware. NAILS, CORDAGE, , THIRD ST. (UPPER TOWN) ST. PAUL TO THE MINNESOTA TRAD I- • inv!t * > our attend >n to our large assort , . ""' nl " f Hardwa-e, which for variety mid ..esirable goods, cannot be e tcelled in the Stale Our facilities me such (Inning emireK lor C*,n jaml only from M s.nokauturers an i English Agents,) !i t we are mablcfl 10 hold i.m STRONGER INDUCEMENTS to the Trade than any house in St. Paul or the North U e.-r. QCJ* Buyers, Irefire making vour tiir--hm.es cad .n I examine our p. ieps and m if the above are not facts. CHERITREE & FA RWI'LI LUTHER If. EDDY, Wholesale nnd Retail Grocer & Provision Merchant, FORT STREET, ST. PAL I TO dealers in and consumers of Groceries and I revisions, I would announce that I have in store and to arrive, for the Trade of 1860 a very large stock of Staple & Fancy Groceries In this department, I shall always strive to excel keeping constantly on han I ihe Choicest Provisions! r runs, etc., that the market adonis. METHOD OF DOING II US INF'S. The rule adopted hy me is not to obtain as much as possible lor goods, bill to sell at the lowest possib'e price, with it t>ti irt *idhcreiice TO THE CASH SYSTEM, «ill enable me to do. The tolva: tage of a Good St.nk—lsn'D" at the right period, will I, -as f., r as Fprnretl r*>invcustomers, L 11 KI>I)V St. Paul, Jan. 26, 1860. „3 V t E. S. E G E R T O N , Banker & Dealer in Exchange, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA Collections made on all points of the of the United States and Territories, and promptly re lit itted for. 3 I am selling Exchange on New York at present for the fol tuning funds at the rates uunexed, viz : _ at i per cent p.emium. Eastern Currency at 1 •« •< •» “ Illinois & Wis. ' at 2 “ «« «« “ Minaesota, at 3 <« ,< „ St. Paul, January 26, 1860. n3a PEOPLE’S BANK, ST. PETER, MINNESOTA. E S Egerto.v President. D. A- Mo.v fort Cashier. Hayiag purchased the capital stork ot the almve named Bank, and the same I icing entered in nn name on the iNHtks of the l«nk and in the State Auditor’s office, I |„,ld myself personally responsible and li.d.le for the circulation, according to the provisions i f the generallxi,iking law E. S. EGF.RTON St. Paul. January 2d, 1860. jan26„3y 1 M. N. KELLOGG, and Retail Dealer in Dried, ,«,i V,. «. and P '<**‘-*'’ved Fruits, Bird Cage. „ 1 'r " a r«'. Cdntctionarie*. Toys and Fairy Goode ol Eyoty Description, Third Street, between Waba.huw and St. Peter Streets, Saint Paul, Min. P. S.—Oyster., Green Apple., by the Md, Hy I ST. CLOUD ADVERTISEMTNS BRADFORDS * je; STORE, WILLSON’S BUILDING, St. Cloud, Zklixixi. The people of Stearns and Benton Countiw are respectfully informed that there is kept con stantly on band, at BRADFORD’S STORIi a large assortment of CHOICE GROCERIES iPßovisioiisrs, ALSO, Dry Goods & Ready-made ‘S&4&iiaassr<B, winch he ofR g at rates corresponding with th« •* Hard Times ” A\so, BOOTS AND SHOES, in quantity ond variety unsurpassed in the Upper Country. rr Produce laker, in exchange for goods—highes pnee puid / • IZ-T' * adies and Gentlemen, cull and examine for yourselves nsm 3 St. Cloud, reb j 9, ISGO. PIONEER ST O Ft E , CORNER OF WaliMngioii avenue & St. German-st. ST. CLOUD, MINNA JOHN W. TENVOORDE Wt-ps leave to call the attention of tho public to hi, large and well selected as- sot Intent of DRY GOODS, onocEniEs, BOOTS & SHOES, CROCKERY, n mwL- ,-m am. ma hardware all of which he will sell for CASH, or exchange for PRODUCE, -it prices which cannot fail to give satis* taction. I buy my goods for CASK, iintl CAN mid WILL SELL then CHEAPER than they can be bought at any Retail Slot e north of Chicago. Please call and examine my Stock before purchasing elsewhere. trouble to shoic goods, J. \V. TENVOORDE N. B. Cash and the Highest Pric paid for FURS, HIDES & CRAIN, J. W. TENVOORDE St. Cloud, Jan. 10, IbOO. n2tf W. H. WOOD, Late Receiver United Sta es Hand Office, Attorney at Law & General Land Agent, SAUK RAPIDS, MIN., GEO. \V. SWEET, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Court Commissioner of Benton Co CCs*Office in Frontiennan Building, Sauk Rapids, Mi.snksota. HYPERBOREAN HOLET. sack rapid s, Minnesota, O. B DAY, . . . Proprietor, Is situated in the very cent.* „f t City nnd fur' lushed ns A First CUs. Hotel. A daily hueofStagr. Kiw &£ o1 ’ ' r '»-*«u,..Liii. Guhom Dr" C ' he mo! ' t ,p!,riou * Ha 1 above St. Dancin'* Parties, Concerts, Sf C . or any public Exhibition.; is always ready for use. Tt,‘* <« an hours notice ' ",. , r "‘ t " r 'especially says to his old f.iend. -il , ir 1 ? ene r:«llv, that no or ?x|x>n*e ' “ s|,aied in making Coin lortnble, those who may l.tvor Inin with their patronage. Sank Rapids, Octolier 1, 1559, BLACKSMITIIING C« ARKIKD on in nil its various brartcltci, two > doois below Day’s Hotel, by WM. ROHMER. Wagon Shop is also connected with this establish mem, where alluo.k can be done nn the shortest .. . WM.BOIIMEK. ..auk Rapid., August sth, 1837. nlOOOtf C* ARLES T. CURTIS, 9 11 * ‘ i «»<* Counsellor at Laio, Anoka , % Miintiota.