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BT. PAUL. AD VERTIStMENTS.
SAINT PAUL BOOTS AND^SHOES! 11 ■ KIITO A BRANCH Olt AN EXTENSIVE SHOE HOUSE aT WF. U’lLt SELL &&&3K3 -2s TO ' Country Merchants, A S Jt-s « w M they can obtain them in NEW YORK, CHICAGO, or WM. J. SMITH & CO. n4yl Third Street, St. Paul Minn, E. V. HOLCOMBE, WHOLESALE GROCER, and dealer in Provisions, fVines and Liquors, Nails, Glass, etc , Jackaon-st., between 4th and sth eta., CAINT PAUL, . MINNESOTA. HAVING now on hand ono of the largest and best selected stocks of Groceries ever Drought to St. Paul, and as our long experience in the trade, both Eaat and South, gives us a de cided advantage in our purchases we feel confi dent that we can hold out inducements to the oountry dealers and traders, not enjoyed by any other house in the trade. Wo intend to sell to country dealers at such rates as to muke it conclusively for their interest to buy of us. Wo buy in New York ; and with our facilities for purchasing, know that rve so buy there ns to enable us to of&r our goods as low as they can be sold in ; ny house in Chicago, or anywhere in the West. We invite the attention of country dealers to our house. We know we can satisfy all who will examine our stock and prices. Bt. Paul, Jan’y 20, 1860. n4yl DRY GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER, AT D.W. INGERSOLL & CO., Saint Paul, WE HAVE received a large and complete assortment of all kinds of DRY GOODS, and shall be receiving weekly, such NEW, CHEAP AND DURABLE GOODS as may be found in the Eastern Markets. ■To Gounlry Merchants offer superior inducements, as the bulk ofour tosk has been purchcsed for Cash, and will be ■old at 'cry SMALL ADVANC from No York Cost, by INGERSOLL and CO. Bridge Street, Saint Paul. Minn N- W KITTSON Hhs the pleasure of informing his friends and the puijbe generally, that he is now opening the FINEST ASSORTMENT OF STAPLE AJS'D FA JVC Y DRY GOODS. •ver brought to this city, and which he is now offering CHEAP FOR CASH THE attention or Country Merchants, Is particularly requested to his stock, as he is confident he can give them BARGAINS ever before ofered WEST OF -mrm HAYfVAPD'S block. Third st., - - Saint Paul. wm , f* Mason JSSSSSr m t 0 Wm - lla8,e «. Wholesale haxs, GAPS, FURS, BTRAW goods, AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, SStMoS hird Street> above HAT House in Min. neaota. J *** *** ** IWO. ,y ST. ANTHONY ADVERTISEMENTS THE LARGEST STOCK OF FANCY and DRY GOODS IN THE WEST THE people of Wright, Steams, Benton and Sberburn Counties are respectfully informed that they can find, at J.H. TALBOTS, St. Anthony, Below the Tremo;t, one of the RARGEST and BEST assortments of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, •3-ntSD»C3JE2HECE3SI 4 CROCKERY WARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS, &c., ever brought to Minnesota SPRING STYLES SILKS, BRILLIANTS The undersigned would invite the attention of UP COUNTRY BUYERS to an examination of his Goods, as he has mark ed them down at | LOWEST RATES, and will sell in quantities, and at such prices as cannot fail to satisfy. Remember TALBOTS, Low or Lcvpo, St. Anthony, Minn. St. Anthony, May 8, 1860. n2O ST. LOUIS S. L. VAWI ER, Wholes ale Druggist. GLASS AND GLASSWARE, A.LCOHOL, CAM PIIFNE, aunUINT Gv FLUID, >i W hale, Lnnl and Kerosene Oils, KEROSENE AND FLUID LAMPS. I WOULD call attention to my heavy stock of goods in the above line, which I am pre pared to furnish at prices so Low, that “ ’twill” defy competition. Thankful for the past favors ex tended to me from the Upper Country. 1 will always endeavor to merit a continuance of the same. SAMUEL L. VAWTER, St. Anthony, Min. (n3y!) Opposite the Falls KELOSENE ! KEROSENE ! KEROSENE !!! LAMPS! LAMPS! rpiIOSE wtshingto purchase the above named X articles, will do well to call on me, as my stock is very large. S. L. V WVTER, St. Anthony, opposite the Falls. BL UNI\G FLUID, Cnnipheno, \V bals and Lard Oils, in largo quantities, at C'tONI ECTIONARIES of all kinds for sale by / the box at VAWTER’3 DRUG STORE, St. Anthony. Minnesota TOBACCO AND CIGARS J MY Stock of these Goods is very heavy, and can give great inducements to buyers. ST. ANTHONY BOOK STORE JOHN HE C II TjMAN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WALL PAPER, Fishing rackle, t i? ocket Cutlery, Fancy Articles, and Toys. Morrison’s Stone Block, three doors above Tremont House, Main Street, St. Anthony, Min. (ft.)- A large discount made to e»mitry dealers. WHERF.AF, default has been made in the conditions of a certain indenture of mortgage, executed and delivered by Isaac A.B ink er and Martha L. Banker his wile, of Ramsey coun ty in Minnesota, unto Erast us S. Edgerten &' Linus I’orter of the same place, dated ot the 20th day of May, A. D. 1857, whereby the raid Isaac A, Bank er and Martha L. Banker did giant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said Erastus S. Edgerton and Li nos Porter, and to ihcii heirsand assigns, the bil lowing described property, lands and premises, sit uated, lying, and being in Benton County in Minn*- sota, designated as follows, viz :_Tbe west half „■ the northwest quarter of section no. seven (71 in township no. thirty-six (36), north «r range no. thirty (30) west, and the south half of the northeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the north"ast qurater & the east half of the southeast quarter a id the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section number one, (1), and the south half >f the northwest quarter, and the northwest quarter of the southwest quaiter of section number six (6) and the east hall of the southeast quai ter of section numlier twenty-seven (27), and the west half of the s n'h west quarter of section number twenty-eix (26) in township number thirty eight (38), range number thnty-one (31) west, and the west half of the south west quarter and the southeast quarter of the south we»« quarter of *ect,„n manlier twenty.five (2"). end the west half of the northwest quarter of <ec turn twenty-five and the east hall of the southeast quarter and the south west quarter nt .he southeast quarter of Seclion number twenty-six (26), township thirty eight north ofrange nnro! er thirty- west of the (mirth pr nctpal men tan, C . ntaining Nine Hundred and I hn-tv-three and twe ty nine one hundiedihs Acre* oMand, more or lees, to secure the payment of a cer a.n I romisory Note made by said Isaae A Banker,for the sum of Eleven Hundred and Fiftv Dollars, due fhe' m^ n .' hB ? c er d; “ e ’ w,lh 'O'erest alter maturtiv at bearing a Pa rent per month until paid, and ofmor?M~ n „ d a ~ea ^ ereW " h: vvh ' ch Baid indent '"'e t r" ly recwded i" "ffice of the XiC* ZiZS u "“ »»• duly Recorded the' Office of 'it! Deeds in and f»r said Beuton County on 2iih d 2e°34o ay An?° , k ,n B °° k "El ® rM ®«Pge», on iage 340. And whereas no proceedings at law have » cn had to recover the said debt secured by said it. rtgage or any part thereof, and there is noi due the eon the just and full sum of thirteen hundred and sev* ty-three dollars and fifty-three cents, tue oV ** her , eby * ivp "’ hy vir and f Ba,d raol, S confined, provided the —■* tnh,te \ n TOch case made and pre ™* 8 »«*"» de bidder, for II P ° b ,C ***** lo tke hi *h«t the Register of Deeds the Otnce of in the town ofS ° r M . ld Bpnton County, Sheaiff thereof, on the Co,ln, y* h J 'he « the hour ot ten o’clock » ISO, and satisfy the said debt wi.v' of ,hat da y> to pay such sale. *■ w,lk and expenses ol ERASTUS 9. EDQFRTON, F.t,, It E. A cw. Mortgagee %nd Assignee, Dated fit a *’ Atty sof Mortnn) —■ "•wetPaul, September Ist, 180O^h3Ow«* DEALER IN VAWTERS, St. Anthony, Opposite the Falls S L VAWTER, Opposite the Falls, St. Anthony ST. PAUL ADVERTISEMENTS. SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS. CARTHCAFtT & Co , THIRD*ST, * . ST. PAUL, Are daily receiving from the Eastern Market*,ad- ditions, To Their. SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF Foreign and oDmestic DRY GOODS, Consisting of the newest styles fabriquee Our stock is, and will be kept full and complete, to which we invite the attention of those desirous to purchase DRY GOODS, TOR CASH We are able to, and will sell the same quantity of Goods as cheap as any house in the West. ICD Merch in s fimn the country will find it very much to their advantage to call and exam ine our STOC K AND PRICES Before purchasing. We h ivp added n large stock of YANKEE NOTIONS to our W holcsale Department. [C./ 5 * AW orders promptly and faithfully filled may3nl7 CA THCjJRT & CO, HARDWARE, CHERITRES AND FARWELL, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALERS IS Foreign & Domestic Hardware, NAILS, CORDAGE, 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 icelled in the State Our facilities are such (buying entirely for Cash and only from M iitoKiCTURF.Rs and English Agents,) 'hat we are enabled to hold out STRONGLR INDUCEMENTS to the Trade than any house in St. Paul or the North West. Buyers, bef .re making your purchases call and examine our p ices and see if the above are not facts. CHERITREE & FARWELL. NOW i S TIIE TIME TO BUY YOUR CLOTHING! THE undersigned bpgs leave to inform the citizens of .Sank Rapids and surrounding Country, that he has just returned from the Eastern Markets, and has received one of the LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF GOODS sver brought to Saint Paul. His stock consists of all kinds of Men’s and Boys Clothing, and Furnish ing Goods; Hats and Caps, Trunks Valises and Carpet Bags. French, German, English, and American Cloth, Cussimeres, Vestings, and Tailor’s Trim ming; Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Den nims. Tickings, Mickorv etc., etc., which he offers fir sale at the L O WE S T CASH TRICES, In his Now and elegant Sale Room in Burnheimer’s Stone Block, Third Street, between Center and Minnesota Sts., SAINT PAUL, MINN. Buying niv Goods of the largest importers in New Yo. k and Philadelphia, I am enabled to sell at Lower figuies than any other house in town. Country Merchants will find it to th'-ir advantage in purchasing their Goods of me, as I will sell iny goods only so muoh above eastern prices as freight amounts to Particular attention will be paid to the Merchant Tailoring Department, which will always be filled with the latest styles of Goods n!5 JACOB NEWMAN. E. S.EGERTON, Banker & Dealer in Exchange. ST. PAT T L, MINNESOTA Collect inns made on all points of the of the United States and Territories, and promptly re mitted for. lam selling Exchnnge on New York at present fer the fol'oujng funds at the rates aunexed. viz : For f»nld at I per cpnt premium. “ Ea-tern Currency at 1 «« ** «« “ Illinois & Wis. ” at 2 “ ‘ “ “ Minnesota, at 3 “ “ »» St. Pant, January 26, 1860. n3\l JV E W DRUG STORE POTTS AND MORRIS, DR UG GISTS «$• PHA RMA CEJSTTIS TS, Third Street, between Market and Washing- tnn, Saint Paul, Minnesota. I hysicians Piescriptinns carefully Compounded. Burning t Juid—Drugs nicely selected, pure a.id choice Chemicals—Perfumery—P .tent Medicines ol all km. s—Toilet Articles— Combe and Brushes— Choice lot of Havana Cigars. jan26n3yl W. S. POTTS. H. C. MORRIS. JUST OPENED. BOOTS AND SHOE S JOSEPH WT WALKER, Wholesale and Retail Dealei in BOOTS & SHOES. ■ Have just opened a new and assorted stock of J Boots and Shoes, which will compare in qoal ty nad price with any in St. Paul. TO COUNTRY DEALTRS I will sell as LOW as a good article can be bought in Minnesota, and inssure satisfaction. DEALERS will please call and examine my stock before se ectiig elsewhere. JOSEPH VV. WALKER. Browns Brick Block, Third Street, (Upper Tow i) Saint Pael, Minn , Adjoining Comb’s Book Store. CHARLES T CURTI9, Q tt t rney and C oumtllor at Law, • Uutnesote BT. ANTHONY ADVERTISEMENTS.* MINNESOTA Si Jewelry Store. East end suspension bridge, am ass??so®ss's-j, aamijrss^. ri lIE subscriber would most respectfully in form the public generally, that he has a first cars Jewelry Sure, where will be founds complete assortment of everything usually found in a FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, consisting in pait as follows Fine English Levers , Duplex Chronometers • Detached and Lapine TVatches, in Gold and Silver Cases. I am also Agents for the celebrated, RAIL ROAD AND AMERICAN WATCHES. Fine Gold, Diamond, Etruscean, Coral, Mosaic and Cameo Goods, such a< Pin, Ear, and Finger Rings, Sleeve Buttons andStudds, Bracelets, Belt Buckles, laockets, Seals, Keys, Spectacles, Etc. SILVER &. PLATED WATCHES. Having had several years experience in the manu facture of Silver Ware, we are prepared to furnish anv amonn* or style, v hirh we warrant Pme »s Coin, ’fable. Tea and Deser* Spoons, Knives and Folks, Cups, Goblets, Pie, Fruit and Batter Knives, Tea and Cofiee Serviees, Travs, L idelg, Napkin Rings, Salt and Mustard Simons ot all kinds, both Solid Silver and Pla»ed. Plated Castors and Cake Baskets. FANCY - GOODS, CUTLERY, &c. I shall Keep on hand as complete an assortment of Fancy Goods as can Ire found in Minnesota. Vio lips. Violin Strings, Bows, ffosin, Screws, Tale Pieces, etc. Perfumery, Hair Brushes and Combs at low prices. CLOCKS of every description. Eight Day and Thirty Ilnur, with or without Alarums, I oth Weight and §prin» We ire also agents fn SETH Tl IOM AS CLOCKS, tha best clock n ade in the Unin d Slates. FINK WATCH REPAIRING The proprietor will devoie pis personal atten tion lo this branch of the busb ess. and all persons leaving work with him cen rest assured that it will If done promptly, anil Warran 11 1 TO cu t Sat- ISFACTIOK f ngraving done to order. Clocks cleaned and all kinds of Jewelry neatly re* aited I invite all to call and see me, and I will be happy to show my goods, whether you purchase or not. JUST RECEIVED, A full assortment of Millinery and Fancy Goods. Airs. C. A. DURGJN his just returned from the east with the latest styles of Bonnets , Ribbons, Flowers and Trimmings ol all hinds and styles, which we will sell at prices to suit the Times. Straws—of all descriptions from fine English to Dunstable Rough and Ready. Also Colored Straws of every variety of shade. A good assortment of Ladies and Childrens Riding; 4" Walking Hats •Shakers of all sizes. Silk and Fancy Bonnets of all kinds, ft?- Don’t forget the place. North corner of Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony. an. 26 3yl A. BLAKEMAN. NEWGOODS ! Spring and Summer Styles for MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN ® IKAS ZB w E. HAYES & CO., have nowt cceived|their Spring and Summer ttupplies O>&T MIATTSB mMz. Opera, Zonever; Lei get. Mohair, Panama; Senate and Pnlm leaf Flats. Senate and Larmatnie Caps. Groceries and Provisions THE attention of the Ladies is especially called to their stock of Valpntias, Delaines, Wool & Canton Flannels, Skeleton Skirts, Irish Lin en, Cambrics, Muslin, Sheetings ot different qualities. Gentlemen will find an excellent assortment ot Pilot Cloth, Ca-simeres, Doe Skins, Hioad Cloth, Canada Gray, Sattinetts. Gloves, Neckties, Cellars, etc. Also an assortment of Ledger lVool and Mohair Hats , Silk and Cotton Plush Caps, which for quantity, quality and style, cannot be ex celled in this city. Their stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS is not complete, consisting in part of Sugars of all grades. Golden Syrup, Molasses of different kinds, Teas, Coffee, Spiers,Snans Candles, Oils, Vinegar, Oysters,Sardines, Clams. Lobsters. Preserved Fruits, etc., etc. Also, a choice lot of new Raisins and Currants, Codfish, Polluch. Mncketel, \V hite Fi-h, Trout, Salmon, Herring and Tongues, and Sounds. Also a a nod assortment of Cigars and Tohaceo kept constantly on hand. The above goods will be s*dd at \\ holesale or Retail, very low for cash nr in ex change for produce. E. H \ \ F.< & CO., (jai.26vl) Lower Town, St. Anthony MOFFAT’S LIFE PILLS. TIIF, HIGH and envied celebrity which this prp-pmit). pot tnedieirw has acquired for its invariable efficacy in all the diseases which it professes to cine, has rendered the usual practice of ostentatious puffing not only unopssarv but unworthy of them. Thay are known by their fmi's ; th>*ir good works testity for them, and they thrive not by the foi>h of the erediti "US. . Irv all eases of m-ti vines?, dyspepsia, bilious and liver affections, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agues, olwtin- te head aches, and all general derange ments of health, these Pills have invariably proved a rertsin and speeilv remedy. A single trial will piare the Life Pills beyond the reach of competition iu the estimation of every i atient. Dr. Moffat’s Phoenix Ritters will lie found equally efficacious in all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, l, *j ,W ” S-i Hen, to fo-n .U. ir. delicate n<*ai(n« ann evory Kind of wpaknepu of thp Hijjesiive organs; For sale hv Dr. VV. B. MOFFAT, 35 : Broadway and by Medicine Dealer* and Druggis goer ally throughout the country. SHERIFF SAI.E. BY virtue of an executiong issued out of and under the seal of the District Court for the l Fourth Judicial District in and for the County of Benton, State of Minnesota, upon a judgment! rendered on the 6th day of August, A D and docketed in the office of the ( lerk ofCourti for said County on the 18th day of August, 1860 m an action wherein John C. Hicks is Plaintiff’ and Sybrant Van Nest is Defendents, in favor of said plaintiff, and against said defendant, forlthe sum of 40 39-100 Dollars. I have this 30,h day of August, 1860, Levied on the the following real estate in the County of Benton aforesaid• to wit.: The undivided one half of the north half of the southeast quar ter of section 15, Tow nship 36, Range 31, as the property of said Sybrant Van Nest. Notice is hereby given that I will sell the above mentioned property at public auction at the office of tho Treasurer of Benton County, on Friday the 12th day of October next, at 10 o’cl’k A. M.. to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said execution with interest and costs. Dated Saak Rapids, August 30>h. 1860. u. McMahon,' n34w6 [Sheriff of Benton County. * CHAS CRAWFoRD, p WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Drags, iMedicine*. Chemicals. Perfnroarv, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, etc., etn. Corner Suapsmien Bridge, Bt. Anthony, Min. n*yL #SO PIbTY DOLLARS! SSO Fifty Dollar « a Month and all Expense* Paid rJNO introduce oar New National Doubl JL Thread Twenty Dollar SEWING MACHINE. A great chance for Travelling Agents to en gage in a permanent busines, at 8600 a year and expenses. Address, with stamp, lor particulars, J. W. HARRIS CO. No 13 Shoe and Leather Exchango Boston, Mssj PEOPLE’S BANK, ST. PETER, MINNESOTA. E S. Egertox,. . D. A- Monfort, Having purchased the capital stock ol the aliove named Bank, and the same being entered in tnv name on the hooks of the tank and in the Slate Auditor's office, I hold myself personally responsible and liable for ihc circulation, according to the provisions of the igeneral banking law. E. S. EOF.RT ,, N. St. Paul. January 2d, 1860. jan26n3vl PURIFY THE BLOOD ! M O F F A T’S VEGETABLE LIFE TILLS PHCENIX BITTERS. THE high and anvied celebrity t\ hich these pre-eminent Medicines hive acquired for their invariable etficacy in all the diseases which they profess to cure, It is rendered the usual pracUce’of puTng not only unnecessary, hut un worthy of them. They are known by their fruits, their good works testify for them, and they thrive not by the faith of the credulous. In all cases of Asthma, Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, Affections of the Bladder and Kid neys. BILLIOUS FEVER AND LIVER C 'MPI.AIN’T In the south and west, where these diseases pre vail, they will be found invaluable. Planters, farmejs and others, who once use these Medi cines, will never afterwards be without them. Billious Chollio and 8-erious Looseness, Biles, Costiveness, COEDS and COUGHS, Cholic. CONS! MP'llON—l sed with great success in this disease. CORRUPT HUMORS DROPSEV, DEM’EPSI A.— Nopeison with this distressing disease should delay using these medicines im mediately ERUPTIONS OF TIIE SKIN, ERYSIPELAS AND FLATULENCY. FEVER and AGUE.—For this scourge of the Western country these medicines will be found a safe, speedy and certain remedy, Other medi cines leave the system subject to a return of the diseases—a cure bv these medicines i> permanent. Try tnem, be satisfied and be cured. FOULNESS OF COMPI.EXIO.V. • * GENERAL DEBILITY Gout, Giddiness, Gravel. Headaches of every kind, Inward Fever, Inflammatory Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Jaundice, Loss of Appetite. LIVER COMPLAINTS LEPROSY, LOOSENESS. MERCURIAL DISEASES. Never fails to eradicate entirely all the effect, of Mercury infinitely sooner than the mast power ful preparation of Sarsaparilla. JYight Sweats, JWrvous Complaints of all kinds. Organic .Palpitation of (tie Heart, Painter’s Cholic. PILES. The original proprietor of these medicines was cured of Piles of 35 years standing by the use of these Life Medicines alone. Pains in the head, side, back limbs, joints and organs. RHEUMATISM Those afflicted with this terrible disease wil be sure of relief hv the Life Medicines. RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD SCURVY SALTRHEUME, SWKII LINGS. CCROFLLA, orKI.VG'S EVIL., in its worst forms, Fleers of every description. WORMS of all kinds are effectually expelled by these medicines. Parents will do well to administer them whenever their existence is sus pected. Relief wi'l be certain, THE LIFE PILLS. AND PI-KENIX BITTERS. PURIFY THE BLOOD And thus remove all disease from the system. Prepared by DR. WILLIAM B. MOFFAT, ,Vl> 335 Rro.dwav, Moffat [Building] „V. Y For sale by ail Drugg’sts. HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHILADELPHIA 1 Benevolent institution established by special Endowment for the Relief of the Sick and and Distressed, aijflicted uilh Viru lent and Epidemic Diseases. THF. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction of human life,l caused by Sexual diseases, an I the deceptions practiced upon the unfolunate victims of such diseases by Quacks, several years ago directed th* ir Consulting Furgeon, ns’a Charitable diet worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of diseases, in all their forms, nod to give Medical Jt /vice Gratis to all who apply by letter, with a description of the r condition, [age, occupation, h ibits of I fe, <S-c.,] and in cases of extreme poverty, to Furn ish Medicines Free of Charge. It is needless to add that the Association con mands the highest ! Medical skill of the age, and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association, in their An nual Report upon itie Uentinent of Sexual Diseas es, for the year ending January Ist, 1858, cx !press the highest satisfaction with the success w hich has attended the labors of the Consulting Hurgeon in the cure of Spermatorrhoea, Seminal j Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Syp hills the vice of Onanism or Self-abuse, tfC., and' i order a continuance of the same plan for the en j suing year. The Directers, on a review of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevo lent effort have been great benefit to the afflicted, sepecinlly to the young, and they have resolved to deveteAhemselves, with renewed zeal, to this very important and much despised cause An admirable Report on Sperniatorrhma, or | Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mas turbation, or Self-abuse and other diseases of the sexual organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sent by mail [in a sealed envelope], Free of Charge, on recetpt 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 R. Calhoun, Consulting SurgeoiV, Howard As sociation, No, 2 Boulh Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. j ! # By order of the Directors. jJ. D. HE./JRTWELL, President. GEO. F. CH/LD, Socrctnry. J. DU N HA M. dealer in Gaocrriet, Flour, Feed and Provisions, Rollins Street, sea t the Steamboat Landing, U*»e* TowjrJ Br. Awthowt, Mij* THE NEW ERA. Is published every Thursday Evening, IJf THE New Era Buiiding, Second Story, Sauk Rapids, Min., by WM. HENRY WOOD. SAMI’EL SIM ON TON, PRINTER Terms, —One dollar a year, strictly in advnmr All papers discontinued when" An term fc which payment has been made expires. QO* AU communications intended for the T.rferary Department, should be addressed to Mtaats ST*xf Lee, who has exclusive charge of that department. President. Cashier. 95“ All other communications, except bus in see letters, may be addressed, “ New Ex».” 55“ Business letters addressed to W. H. Woot> r Sauk Rapids, Mianp-ota ADVERTISING RATES : One column for one year.... 850 00 * ne column for six m0nth5....... 40 00 One column f>r three months 20 SO Half a column for one vear, 30 00 Halt a column fi>r six months,.... 22 00 I ialf a column for three mo* th«,.... 15 00 Quarter of a Column for one vear, 15 00 Cards — Not over 5 lines, (minion,) one year, 5 00 ** over 8 and undej 12 lines, 700 " over 18 and under 15 lines, 10 00 One square, 12 lines, I insertion, 100 and for each additional ins. 50 Advertiserswill be entitled to a change nf th«ir dvprtisement s twice a year. Payments to bs made a half yearly inadvartce. WILSON’S LAND AGENCY, S T AT E O F M INSESOTA. ALL business connected with the buying and selling of lands promptly attended to. WANTED, ■T/'k LOTS in St. Cloud, for which the highest «LI vf cash price will be paid by the aubsciber. J. L. WILLSON. ■Syl St. Cloud, Dec. 2, 1860 A 40 Acr<» Far n with Timber and Water on the premises. There must be from 10 to 20 acres improved ; for whi« h the cash will be paid by JNO. L. WILSON. St. Cloud, Feb. 2, 1860. n4yl V FARM of 160 acres, well wooded and watered, — good meadow—and 20 acres un der cultivation, and 70 acres fenced. Apply at office of J. 1,. WILSON, Corner of Washington Avenue and St. Augu*. ta Street, St. Cloud. n4yl ' A FIRST Rate Villman, to take charge * i\ Muly Saw and Shing'e Mill. Apply at the ioffice of J. L. WILSON. St. Cloud Jao’y 26, 1860. u4yl LAND Warrants advantageously located on the most reasonable terms, by St. Cloud, April 2. J L. WILSON. I AMDS Bought and sold on Cnnimissinr -J hy J LH'ILSOJY, St Cloud, Feh. 2, 1860. n4y l CHEAP CASH BOOK STORE. GEORGE LITTLE. BOOK SELLER & STATIONER, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, Third Street, between Cedar and Minnesota, KEEPS constantly on hand a large and choice assortment of goods suitable for Merchants Surveyors, Printers, Engineers, Architects, and >chools, and articles usually found in first class Book and Stationery Establishments, and will be sold cheap for cash. n4yl 81, ACKSMI THING (t \R K II.D on in all its various brunches, two > doors below Day’s Hotel, by Wagon Shop U also roniM'Clc'l with thi*fgt;ihli»h« ment, w h**ro illl wuik ran lx> iI hih on th<* t-h'>rtf»| W M. noilMF.t. Sauk iltpidl, AfUgtial sth, 1857. nlOOOtf HYPERBOREAN HOTEL. SAUK Rapids, Minnesota, O. B DAY, . . . Proprietor. Is situated in the very centre of th" City, anil tin • nished as a First Cla*s Hnti*l. A daily line of Slain run to an! from St. Raul, and Try-weekly to Little Fall* and Crow W intj This louse has the most spacious Had alters St Anthony lor Dancing Parties, Contrr’s, or any public Exhibitions; is always ready for use with a good Band of Music at an hours notice The Pro rietor respectfully say* to his old friend* and flip public generally, that no pains or ex|ten*o will Ite spared in making comfortable, those who may furor him with their patronage. Sauk Rapid.-, October 1, 1869, NATHAN RICHARDSON, Register of Deeds of Morrison County, REAL ESTATE AGENT. on hand for *ale a large amount of c 'oiee Farming Land* in Morrison County W ill pay Taxes for non residents, Execute Con veyances, Invest or Loan Money, at the best possible rales. Office in Court House, Little Fall s. Litttle Falls, ./JprH *0 1-60. Sauk Rapids Emporium, “ FIIONTIERMAN BLOCK ” Constahtly on hand, a general a«sort me n t of GROCERIES Dry Goods aiid Clothing, BOOTS & SHOES, ALSO, PRODVOB Taken it exchange, and part Cash advanced on thn same. B®* Call and examine—yorr owawy and piodunn is what is wanted. Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. jan4-l WANTED TO LET WANTED, Wholesale and Retail W.M. ROHMER