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ST. CLOUD INSURANCE AGENCY, Fire end Karine Insurance. Combined C.pital and Aa»eU*,. •• .@899,023,48. (0-Local reference by special permission : Hon. Edwird O. H**lii*,. Saak Rapid*, Messrs. J. C. fc H. C* Burbank, ..St. Cloud. PHCENIX INSURANCE COMP’Y, ox-* XTstJt t’j^out) Devoted, exclusively to Fire Insurance. Cash Capital and Aeaette, Jan. 1,1860, $582,32,,91, S. L. Loomis, Prea’t. H* Kellog, 8 NORTHWESTERN INSURANCE CO. OF THE CITY OF OSWEGO t/FRE AND INLAND MARINE Incorporated 1862. Gafch' Capital end Asutts, Jan., 1, 1860, $506,697 JJawes Platt, Pres’t., SB. Ludlow, Sec’y, ICJ* Applications for Insurance in either of ‘the above First Class Companies received. Poli ' ciea Issued and Renewed, and Losses honorably adjusted and promptly paid: AT THIS OFFICE. \VM. J. PARSONS, Agent. AMERICAN HOUSE, Washington Avenue, ST. CLOUD, - - WINN., WM. V. B. MOORE, Proprietor. JUSTICE & FOREPUAGH. ’Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and Fancy JPHY GOODS, Third street, above Minnesota street, ST. PAUL, MINN. NOTICE. On Hand—Just Received GROCERIES, At Wholesale and Retail DRY GOODS, JJOOTS AND SHOES, BARREL WHISKEY, SALT IN BARRELS. Mao— I nAft FEET OF SUPERIOR LUMBER, XvJUtX l.aih. Shingles, Brick, for sale at the Low est market rates, fur CASH OR DRAIN. JAS. S. WHITE, Lowry's Levee. n42ni3 St. Cloud, Oct. 14, 1860 BLACK’S EMPORIUM. Htnnepin Avenue, Minneapolis. Min. JOHN I. BLACK would respectfully solicit any one in want of DRY GOODS! To call and examine his stock tafore purchasing elst where. Having superior facilities for obtaining Goods in the Eastern Market, he is enabled to offer Goods at ▼ery Isw prices. He has one o( the BEST ASSORTED STOCKS In the Northwest, and his aim is to make the Emporium, in all respects, a First Class Dry Goods Store New goods are received monthly until the close of navigation, Many articles are to be had in his stock that CANNOT BE FOUND ELSEWHERE Below is a small list of some of tho ariicles of which he constantly keeps a good afsortment. Calicoes, Delanes, Ginghams. SHEETINGS, SIIIRTINGSJ STRIPES, Denims f Doeskins, Broadcloths, LAMES’ SLOTH CASSIMERES Tweeds Salinells, Kentucky Jeans, WOOLEN YARNS. FLANNELS, LIN NEN GOODS, HOSIERY AND GLOVES, W.&sssmia £E®ir3®39 , S» DRESS TRIMMINGS, WORSTED, And a large variety of other Goods too numer ous to mention Country Merchants and others 'will find it greatly TO THEIR ADVANTAGE To call and examine his stock, as he “is confi dent he can Wholesale and Retail DryjGoods cheaper than they do at St. Paul. taken in exchange for Goods JOHN I. BLACK. “Septemlier 1* , 1860. n 36 J.C.&H. C, BURBANK & CO, Forwarding & Commission MERCHANTS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DRY GOODS, OROCERIES, Boots and Shoes, AND AGENTB FOR Manners Reapers 4 Mowers, AND Eemery’s Theshers, Comer of Washington Avenue and Cliff Street, LOWRY’S LEVEE, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. 11 1 ft THE GOLDEN PLACER!! MORE CERTAIN THAN California Or Pike’s Peak, The most Splendid and Liberal Enter prise ever Offered. GENERAL Manufacturing Agency for the sale of the following catalogue of Goods, JC3T Worth more than 500,000 Dollars, All of which will be fold for $1,25 each, irre ipettire of value. Certificates slating what each person can have are placed in envelope*, sealed, and given out as called for. Ever)- article in the following catalogue will b sold for $1.20 each. It is optional with those wish ing to purchase, whether they pav for and take the article after they receive the Certificate or not. ONLY $152 EACH The 25 cents must be paid in advance and will be returned in poods. , 100 Cold Hunting Cased Watches SIOO 00 earh 100 Gold Watches 65 00 each 200 Ladies’ Gald Watches 35 00 each 500 Silver Watches 15 00 each 500 Gold guard, vest andchatclain Chains2o 00 each 3000 Catneo Broorees 6 0!) each 3000 Mosaic and Jet Brooches 5 00 each 3000 Lava and Florentine Brooches 5 00 eeeh 3000 Coral, Emerald and Opal Brooches 500 earh 3000 Cameo Ear Drops 5 00 each 3000 M tic and Jet Ear Drops 600 each 3000 La and Florentine Ear Drops 500 each 9000 Cor Emerald and Opal Ear Drops 500 earh 9000 IlfoK.i and Cameo Bracelets,s3OOtolO 00each 9000 Gents Breastpins 150 to 600 each 3i,00 WatcL eys 100 to 700 each 30n0 Fob Ril n slides 100 to 600 each 9000 Setts ol ..osotn Studs 1 00 to 7 00 each 9000 Sleeve Buttons 2 00 to 5 00 each 9000 Plain Rings 2 00 to 7 60 each 7000 Stone Set Rings 2 50 t, 7 00 each 7<XK) Setts Ladies’ Jewelry 2 OOfol-5 00 each: Those acting as agents, will collect the payment of 25 cents on each Certificate ordered for Goods, j and remit us lOrents each. The remaining 15 cents on each, they can reserve as their commission—no commission allowed on remittance of less than one' dollar—vou are requested to art as A gent for tts. We will exchange, and give ,ur customers any goods on our List in plare of those their Certificateo call for. Watches accepted. N. B, —Agents wanted in every town Circulars' sent on application. Address all communications to C. J. DOUGHERTY, No. 42 .Smith Third Street, Philadelphi:, Pa Jones’ Agricultural LOWER LEVEE, ST. PAUL, - MINX. THE undersigned begs leave to call the a'*er tion of Farmers and Countr ■ to his extensive and varied Stock of Agricultural imple •iienls, now open at Warehoti.-e lormei ly occupied !>v Messrs Burbank and Co., many of which are entirely new to the country The stock consists in part of the following : Threshing Machines One,Two,Four,Six, Eight, and Ten Horse Power Reapers & Mowers Combined, Three different kinds of the best machines now in use, and will lie sold lower and on better terms than ever before in this country. All Warren,ed, F’an Mills, all sizes; Wheat Drills, H nrse Hay Rakes, Wire Spring H orse Rakes, Co n and Cob Crushers, Corn Shelters PORTABLE FARM MILLS For Horse Power, for Grinding and Bolting Wheat. Sugar Cane Mills, till sizes; Evapora tors for making Syrup. Burr Stone Flowering Mills, “ull sizes.,’ Hay, Straw, and Corn Stalk Cutters, every variety, llichcok’s Paler.t Cutter and Grinder. Steel Plows, all sizes; Corn Shovel Plows, Har rows, Cultivators, Horse Hues, Polatoe Diggers, an endless variety. Shove s. Spades, Forks, Hoes, Seylhes, Srythe Snaths; Scythe Rifles and Stones by single one or dozen. Wood Harvest Rakes; Iron Garden Hakes, Meal Sieves and Furnace Riddlis. Wood Chinns, Buckets and Tubs. and everything else found in an Agriculture House GRAIN CRADLES, The Different Kindi,, Turkey Wing, Grape Vine, Grants, Morgan, an I Old Pennsylvania.—Price from i-2 23 to If3oo. by single one or dozen to Dealers. m CAHOON’S Broadcast Seed Sower. This is a great labor-saving implement. Every Farmer should have one. AGENCY OF Killer St Uroilur’s Celebrated BOLTING CLOTHS, ALSO PRINDLE’S Agricultural steamer, This is an indispensible article on every well reg nluted farm, and within the reach of all farmers, as It Cam pi Very Lam Farmers and Country Merchants would do well to ex unine my stock, -s I obtain ail mv goods direct from the Manufacturers, and am pie pared and will sell Implements lower than thev have ever been sold In this market. A full stuck on hand at all times. All orders and letters of enquiry promptly attended tO . D. C. JONES, Lower Levee, St. Paul. Dentistry. ALBERT T. UPHAM WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Sauk Rapids and vicinity that he is now prepared to pertoriu all kinds of Mechanical and Surgical operations in Dentistry; and those having occasion fur Dental npera'i>ns of any kinti are in vited to « all. No pains will be spared to give hem perfect satisfaction ARTIFICIAL TEETH inserted from one to a full set on Gold or Silver plate, either on the Atmospheric principle or other- W FTLLING, CLEANING and EXTRACTITG done with the latest improved instruments Charges reasonable, and all work Warranted (o-Persons from abroad will be provided Board, freeofcharge, during the time th<y are detained in hazing work done. * ALBERT. T. UPHAM. Bauk Rapids, May 24, 1860. 20yl SPRING Stock DRV GOODS &c. J. H. GREEN. WHOLESALE DEALER I* Dry Goods and Provisions, Bridge Street, Minneapolis , Mtnn. Qfr* pays the highevt price for all kinds of Produce. CORN ER SUSPENSION BRI DUE, Saint A.ntliony, mfOU can get any of the popular Patent Med 1 icines of the day by calling at my store, or und your order by mail, and it will be carefully Asked and immediately forwarded. CHAS. CRAWFORD, Wholesale and Retail Druggist. C>rner Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony. Perfumery, etc. PERFUMERY, Fine Hair and Tooth Brush es, and Fancy articles, in great variety, at CHAS. CRAWFORD’S .S’aint Anthony. . Trusses and Supporters- JJ" HAVE a very large stock of Trusses, Spinal and Abdominal Sup porters Shoulder Braces etc. etc. From djffe,cut manufacturers. I would call parlic lar attention to Marsh’s New stti.k of Truss* f.s, fir which lam Agent. More case* of radical cure have been effected by the use of his Trusses than of all others which have been offered to the pub lic. • _ j In selling these articles I guarantet? t>® ct satis faction to the purchasers in all cases; 'od would solicit the attention of all requiring any artiC'e in this line. CHARLES CRAWFOb D, DYESTUFF, DYESTUFFS. DYE Woods, and Dye Stuffs of every de scription can be ohtamed at thr very lowest prices, at CIIA9. CRAWFORD’S. Corner Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony. prices, at IF you want Pure Drugs, get them at CRAWFORD’s IF you want Medicines of the best quali’y, get them at CRAW'FORD’s ]F you want No. i Paints, get them at CRAWFORD’S IF you want best Oils, get them at CUAWFORD’s IF you want thick and heavy Varnishes, get them at _ CRAWFORD’s IF you want genuine Patent Medicines, get them at CRAWFORDs IF you want good Brushes, get them at CRAWFORD s W arehouse IF you want tine Chemicals, get them at CR A WFORD IF you want any nice Toilet articles, get them at CRAWFORDS. IN short, whatever you want that you get at a Drug store, call first at Crawford’s, Corner of suspension Bridge. St. Anthony, where you willal »ays find the best articles, at prices that must com irtand satisfaction. Or, send yom Order by mail, uid it will be filled at as low rates as if you came in person. CHAS. CRAWFORD, S. R PUTNAM, Wholesale and Retail a n D Commission Merchant Cor. Third and Market Sts., near the Post Office SAINT PAUL. I OFFER to Grand Motels and Private Fam ilics, and all who are choice in their Taste, and desire a genuine article at the lowest figures, a lull a id complete assortment of everything usually n, be tontid in a first class Grocery and Provision Store. My prices shall always he as low ns the markets will warrant, and all Goods shal come up to recom mendation. S. R.. I’C I NAM. Saint Paul, May 1860. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! THE LARGEST, BEST, and only assortment of LADIB’S GjjA ITEII S , with and r itnont Heels, at the sign of the M/Yis-es’, Children, Infant’s Boots, Shoes, and If JL Gaiters, of every variety and kind, at the ign of the BIG BOOT. BOY’S BOOTS AND SHOES. Boys and Girls Copper-Tipped Boots and Shoes, at the sign of the BIG BOOT. ign of the Men’s Thick and Calf Boots, Custom Made at the sign of the BIG BOOT. Men’s Congress Gaiters, Washington Calf Gutters. Men’s Calf Lace Shoes, Oxford l ies and Brogans at the sign of BIG BOOT. CLOTH ING ! CLC)TH ING ! ! Black Dress French Coats and Pants. Business Suits, at prices suited to all, at the sign of the BIG BOOT. Furnishing Goods. White Lin.ien Shirts. Mar seilles and Fancv Cravnts, Collars, and Cot ton Flannel Shirts and Drawers, all Wool Shirts and Cravats, Fancy Wool Shirts, at the sign of ;he BIG BOOT. IIATS & CAPS ! HATS & CAPS ! of every fa.-hion and kind, of every fa-hion and kind. Cloths, Doeskins, Cnssimeres, Satinctts, Tweed, Jeans, Plaids, Dalenies Ginghams, Dahns, Brilliants, Prints, Flannels, Blenched and Un bleached Sheetings, Denims, Hickory and Checked shirting, all at the sign of the BIG BOOT, Those wieViing to pnrr*iiaoe would ito woli to call before they make their selection elsewhere, at the sign of the nxt& Boanr* MAIN STREET, ST. ANTHONY. IdP Boots and Shoes Made and Repaired to Order. J. 11. CHASE. House, Sign, Carriage and ®a.s? &m a ssr &a, PAINTER. THE undersigned would announce to the citizens of ST. CLOUD and vicinity, that he is prepared to do all wort in his line, on reason able terms, and on the shortest notice. N. B.—Also, Paperhanging—done in good style. J.c. WILSON. St. Cloud, Jan. 1860. }y| C. C. COLBATH & CO. DEALERS IN Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, AND READY MADE CLOTHING, ETC. JiNOKA MINN. C. OLBATH, W H. COLBATH. E. V. HOLCOMBE, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in I Wines, Liquors, and Bigars, Jackson Streel, above Fourth, ST. AAUL, MIN. Tobacco; Bar Fixtures, C..-dials, Bitters, fc, ’ CHARLES CRAWFORD, Patent Medicines, Wholesale and Petail Druggist , Corner Suspension Bridge, St Anthony. Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Corner Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony A large aredrtntnnt constantly <sn hand ST. PAUL CARDS. JOHN G ETZ, 1 hob-rale and Retail Daaler in TOYS, FASCY GQOQS, REFI.YED COJYFECRIO.YERY, A IT D Foreign and Domestic Fruits 3d street, between Robert and Minnesota, ST. PAUL. MINN. RICHARD MARVIN, Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in CHINA, GLASS, & QUEENSWARE, Ihitdand Bench Streets, between Cedar and Wubashaw, St. Paul, Min. n4y l Looking Glasses, Lamps, Table Cutlery, etc. A. L. LARPENTEUIt, Wholesale GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Corner of Third and Jackson sts., St. Paul, Min. Sole Agent for L O.VG IVORTH'S WINES ; Agent for DUPON’S CELEBRATED POWDER. GEORGE ROCHAT, WATCH M AKEH, FROM SWITZERLAND, DEALER in Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Silver Ware and Fancy Goods. Upper iTown, opposite Combs’ Book Store, St - Anthony Street, Si. Paul, Minnesota, Watches, Clocks and Jswei,; Repaired in the Best Manner, and all wmk Warranted. On parle Franca : «j» n3yl C A T H C A R T & CO, dealer; i* FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC’ DRV GOODS, Wholesale and Reluil, Thin! Street, WILLIAM CONSTANS, Slcrage Forwarding and C inmission Merchant, and Wholesale Grocer. Agent f.r McCormick’s Reaper.-and Steane. and Marvins Sates Mark Package? ('are Win. C., Lower Town, St. Panl, Keeps on band a g »od assoctment uf Staple Groceries, Nails, Glass. Salt, Paiuts and Oils, Plaster Parid etc. WM- CONST!NS. St. Paul, Minn. CHERITREE & FARWELL, Wholesale anl Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery, Nails, Cordage, Sfc., BROWN’S STONE BLOCK, Third Street. Saint Paul, Minnesota. n4yl T. F. CHETtITREE, F. B. FAWELL. WM. L. BANNING & CO., ■r* a mr m ai«. n SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. .Receive Deposits, P>uy and Sell Exchange, Discount Paper, Negotiate Loans, etc. Collections made and Funds Remitted at Current Ratestof Exchange. n4yl WM . J. SMI T H & CO, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BOOTS A.3\TX) SHOES, Third Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. n3yl M. N. KELLOGG, WHOLESALE and Retail Dealer in Dried, Green and Preserved Fruits, Bird Cages and Willow Ware, Confectionaries, Toys and Fancy Goods of Em; y Description, Third Street, beween \Vab,\shaw ami St. Peter Streets, Saint Paul, Min. P. S.—Oysters, Green Apples, by the bid 3yl. C. H. SCHURMEIER & CO., Grocers and Commission Merchants, Corner Jackson and Fifth Streets, SAINT PAUL, . . MINNESOTA., KEEP on hand n good assorment of choice . Groceries ; Agents for G* W. Gail’s GERMAN SMOKING TOBACCO, in paper and barrel, and dealer in Window Glass Crockery and Earthenware. Country Merchants a.e invited to call at our store before buying else waere. feb2n4yl ST. AXT HOMY CARDS. STUART HARVEY. Sttorucg anh famtcellot at fato. ST. ANTHONY FALLS, MINN W. TAYLOR, IIDUSE, SIGN, AND CARRIAGE A. xc rmr rmr *«- • Main street, . t. Anthony, Lower Town. Shades of any style Painted to Order. A. M. GREELY, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Bridles, WHIPS, LASHES, HOESE-COVERS, &C. &C., Main Street, Lower Town, St. Anthony, Min T. F. & G. H. ANDREWS. Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries and Crockery, NEW BRICK BLOCK, Main Street, Lower Town, St. Anthony, Min. ICJ & Produce taken in exchange for goods. GEORGE POMEROY, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Domes tic Hardware, Iron, Steel, Nails, Hollow-Ware, Stovee, Agricultural Implements and Sevds ; also, Mamrtacturer of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware. Stanchfield’s Block, opposite the Levee, St. Anthony. jan26n3yl B. THOMPSON, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Main Street, Upper Town, St. Anthony. Dealer in Watches,Clocks, Jewelry. Silver and Plated Ware. Watches SI ill fully Repaired nod Warranted. Plating and Gal vanizing done. jan26n2yl T. F. &. G. H. ANDREWS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods and Groceries, Main Street, Lower Town, St. Anth ny, Minnesota. Produce taken in exchange for goods. jan 25n3yl I. S. PILLSBURY & CO., Wholesale and Retail Declers in every description ofi Heavy and Shell Hard Ware, Stoves and Tin Ware, Iron and Steel, Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Cordage, Sheathing Paper, Cables, Chain Pumps, Sews, Butoher’s Files, Leather an 1 Robber Bert, inn, Blacksmiths and Mechanics’ Tools and Win dow Glass. AUo, Ageut for Gage, Porters & Co.'s Circular Mill, ad Cut and Pitt Saws. Wilder's Safes, Lake Huron Grind Stoats, etc., St. Aatkoov. Min. * jsnJftfSkrl SAUK RAPIDS CARDS. EDWARD O. HAMLIN, ATTORKYAT LAW. Sauk Rnp? *?, .... Mienwotn WM. HENRY WOOD, ATTOI Sauk Rapid?, WM. S. MOORE, COUNSELLOR AT LA W Sauk Rapid.-', Minnesota. liKO. W. SVVEKT, COUNSELLOR AT LA Niuaesota Sauk Rapid*, h. McMahon, PHYSICIAN' A.\'D SURGEON, Sauk Rapids, . . . Minn»:nts R. I): LANCASTER, TR EAS URER OF R ENTONCO U.XTY Sauk Rapids, .... Minnesota. SHERIFF OF BENTON COUNT}’, Rapid,, .... Minner i R. D. LANCASTER, COUNTY SURVEYOR, Sauk Rapids, ..... Minnesota W. 11. WOOD, Late Receiver United Sta es Land Office, Attorney at law & General Land Agent, SAUK RAPIDS, MIN., GEO. W. SWEET, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, St. Paul, Min Court ComMlsjlo.ve'?* of Benton Co ()Cs*o(E.e in Front ierm.in Building, Sauk Rapids, Miksesota. Improved and nnirt proved. on the Mississippi river near St. Cloud and Suuk Rapids; ulso LOTS in Sauli Rapids and Fast St. Cloud, for sale on reasonable terms. Fuquire at this of fice. SAINT CLOUD CARDS* WM. J. PARSONS, Counsellor at Law. OFFICE WASHINGTON AVENUE, Corntr of .Monroe Steed — Monti’s Building ST. CLOUI MINNESOTA. W B. SI MONTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Proctor 4' Claim’s. Saint Cloud, ..... Minnesota PHYSICIAN AND SUB G E ON, Saint Cloud, .... Minnesota. C. C. ANDREWS, COVNSBIjLOR at law, SAINT CLOCI), . . . MINNESOTA J. L.WILSON, PROPRIETOR OF SAINT CLOUD, \\ ill dispose of Lois fir dwellings or business purpose*, on the most advantageous terms. St. Cloud, Fob. 2, 1860. JOSEPH DEI MEL, BOOT & SHOE MAKER, ST. CLOUD, Ia prepared at all ti ne» to fttmiith his customers with a good article in his line. All work war ranted, and at the lowest ca.-h orice. St Cloud,Jan. 26, 1860. n4yl J. W. METZ ROTH, M~RC!IANT TAILOR. Delner in nothing. Cloth*. Cnssimere*, Vr sting* and Gentle men’s Furnishing Good*, to the inspection of which lie invites his friend* and the public. Upper Town, Saint Cloud, Minnesota. janl.jl MINNEAPOLIS CARDS A TTORNE Y AND CO UNSELL OR. Minneapolis, . ; Minnesota. GREELEY AND GRAY, Druggists and Apothecaries, Hennepin Avenue, opjiosile the Hay Scales, Minneapolis, Min. nßyl M. K. GREELEY, M. D. J. DGRaT. M. R. GREELEY, M D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MINNEAPOLIS, M . T. ]Office at his Residence rear the Suspension Bridge. THE REGULATOR. J. E. B E ITI & CO., Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dty Goods, Clothing, Hats, Cape, Boots and Sixes, at Eastern Prices. Davies' Brick Block, Biidge Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. jan26o3yl J. H. G REE N, hoiesnle and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods, Groce ries, Huts and Caps, Boots, Shoes, and Clothing; Also, Provisions, Flour and Grain, Bridge Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. jan26n3yl LEWIS FORD, Manufacturer and Dealer in BOOTS AWD BHOBBi NICOLLET AVtNEUE, Two doors East Black’s Emporium, Minneapolis. Minnesota WINSLOW HOUSE Saint Paul , Minnesota. B. Ward, Proprietor. THIS HOUSE ie centrally located, within a short walk of the C apitoj and other peblie buildings. Stages leave this House for all parts o .he state daily. Mr. E. A. Deuel, the otf 3*A “SSC*) at liAw, . Minnesota. H McMahon, L A N r> s , B. R PALMER, F. R. E. CORNELL, ST. CLOUD ADVERTISEMENTS MARLATT & SIMS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUCCISTS. ia VARNISHES, mum w mu. ALCOHOL, BURNING FLUID, CAM PHENE, COAL OIL, etc. etc Glass and Puttv, 0 • FIIVSICIAN9 PRESCRIPTIONS ACC Ult AT ELY COM POUN DE J at all hours, St. Cloud, 27 1860. BRADFORD’S STORE, WILLSON’S BUILDING St. Cloud, IWTlriu. The pcoplj of Stearns and Benton Counties arc respectfully informed that there is kept coa sluntly on hand at BRADFORD'S STORE a large assortment yf CHOICE GROCERIES PRO VISIONS, AUO, Dry Goods & Ready-mad*? J Ea©’£JEs2Sl‘<B. which he ofR •* at rate* corresjKmdinjr with the Hard Tine*A Iso, BOOTS AND SHOES, in quantity ond variety unsurpassed in the Upper Country. Produce taken m exclwnge for goods—liighes price paid ! tilL* I adics i.nd Gentlemen, ctll and examine for yourselves nsui3 St. Cloud, Feb'y 9, 1860. PIONEER STORE, CORNER OF Wahsington avenue & St. German st. ST. CLOUD, MINNA. LUDWIG ROBBERS, Having purchased the entire Stock in trade and ihs B'>"k Account* of John \V . rVnvuordc, the J roprialor of the above Store, would call the attention of its patrons au .l the public generally, to his iarje ai.d well .elected assortment of DRY GOODS, GTIOCEHIES, BOOTS & SHOES, CROCKERY, «= MS MB 'WA r A. n.K3 HARD WARE all of which he will sell for CASH, or exchange for PRODUCE, at prices which cannot fail to give satis faction. I buy my goods for CASH, and CAN and WILL SELL then CHEAPER than they can be bought at any Retail Store north of Chicago. Please call and examine my Stock before purchasing elsewhere. .Yc trouble to thaw goods, All persons who were, on the 27th of September, 1860,owing J. W. Teovoorde on account, are re quested to call at my store and settle such account Immediatelyg in order to avoid eoet. LUDWIG ROBBERS. St. Cleud, Sept. 25, 1860. n«0 H. C. WAIT. T. C. M’CLCEB. WAIT St McCLURE, f BANKERS. Atro rneys and Counsellors at Law, SAINT CLOUD, MIN. WILL give prompt attention to ColUetioae remitting at tba loweat earreat rate#.-, will buy and kll FOREION AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE Alao, will keep Land Warrants constantly on head nad for tala at »mall advance from N. Y. prfcaa. Saint Cloud Minnesota, jaa.lVlpr m CH AS CRAWFoRD. fli wholesale amp retail PEALS* .I* ■ Drug*. Msdieinaa, Chanr.ioak. Ptfwrp. Faints, Cite and Varakh—,J>y . Comw fuspswk* ». AmNaf, Mat *j *T*> 4