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BT. CLOUD INSURANCE AGENCY, Pire and Maria© lasuc^uce. C mbined C .pital and Assetts,... .$899,023,48. QtJ-Local reference by special permission : Ifoir. Edward O. Hamlin Sauk Rapids, Messrs. J. C. & H. C- Bdrb-nk,..Si. Cloud. PHOENIX INSURANCE COMP’Y, Of JSTySAI TfOMtJ) ,1 , Devoted exclusively to Fire Insurance. C ish Capital andAssetu, Jan. 1,1860, $582,,32a ,91, 8. L. Loomis, Pres’l. H- KellogS ec’y. NORTHWESTERN INSURNCECO. or THE CITY OF OSWEGO. I IRE AMD IMLAMD MA RIME. Incorporated 1852. Cash Capital and Assets, Jan., 1, 1860, $306,697. Jami s Platt, Pres’t., 88. Ludlow, Sec’y. ICP* Applications for Insurance in either of the al ove First Class Companies received, Poli cies Issued and Renewed, and Losses honorably adjust ed and promptly paid: AT THIS OFFICE. WM. J. PARSONS, Agent. WINTER STOCK. 4 dt C°me with the crowd V and lay out your money where (fffWK “1 jj y° u can g et the most AND THE BEST IN QUALITY For, having jvst received a large assortment ol DRY GOODS, From New York, I am now prepared to sell at prices that DEFY ALL COMPETITION, In order to find the place, if you are not already enrolled among my Customers, just stand for n short time and watch <he door of A I BIDWELL. Corner of Third and Washington streets, nnd see the crowd passing in and out with smiling faces, because of bargains they have just received. St. Paul, Nov. 8, 1860 n4l Millinery Goods, Trimmings, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. AT CHICAGO PRICES. J. SCOTT HAS now opened a large and magnificent stock of FALL and WINTER Flowers, Ruches, Bonnet Silks and Velvets, Ribbon Trimmings, etc. etc. BONNETS AND CLOAKS Made in the latest slyles and at the Lowest Prices JAMES SCOTT, Third street, St. Paul. Opposite Circu it Hall KESSLER & RIEHL. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes and Harness Leather, Saddlery. HARDWARE AND TOOLS, LEATHER AND RUBBER BLLTING, Moccasin and Lacc Leather, Plastering Hair, Findings, etc., etc. Saint. Paul, - - Minnesota.. Cash Paid for Hides, Sheep Skins, nd Furs. —Particular attention paid to Orders. n-14 L- B. WAIT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ST. PAUL, MINN JOHN PRIMROSE, Manufacturer and Dealer in Ttr IWM Tf TBC-T M* 3E3 9 Ol every Variety; also, Looking Glasses and Gilt Mouldings. ST. PAUL, MINN. J- DONY, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN | All kinds of Warerooms, Thirt Street, SAINT PAUL, MINN. All kinds of Furniture constantly on hand. —Orders from the City and Country promptly at' ed to. AMERICAN HOUSE, Washington Avenue, ST. CIOUD, - - MINN., WJl\ V. B. MOORE, Proprietor. JUSTICE & FOREPUAGH. Wholesale: nd Retail Dealers in Staple and Fancy 33 H.T GOODS, Third street, above Minnesota street, ST. PAUL, MINN. NOTICE. On Hind-Just Received : GROCERIES, At Wholesale and Retail. DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, BARREL WHISKEY. SALT IN BARRELS —Also— 1 AAA FEI!T OF SUPERIOR LUMBER, JLUvrvf La h, Shingles, Brick, foi sale at the Lowest market rates, for CASH OR GR». ,S. JAS. S. WHITE, Lowry’s Levee. St,Cloud, Oct. 14, 1860. n42m3 Jones’ Agricultural LOWER LEVEE, ST. PAUL, - MINN. THE undersigned begs leave to call the atten tion of Farmers and Country MeroirarU* to hisextensive and varied Stock of Agricultural imple ments, now open at'Warehouse formerly occupied by Messrs Burbank and Co., many of which are entirely new to the country The slock consists in partof the following : Threshing Machines One,Two,Four,Six, Eight, and Ten Horse Power Reapers & Mowers Combined, Three different kinds of the bent machines now in use, and will be sold lower and on better terms than ever before in this country. All Warrenled, Fan Mills, all sizes; Wheat Drills, Horse Hay Rakes, Wire Spring Horse Rakes, Corn and Cob Crushers, Corn Shellers. PORTABLE FARM MILLS For Horse Power, for Grinding and Bolting Wheat. Sugar Cane Mills, all sizes; Evapora tors for making Syrup. Burr Stone Flowering Mills, “all sizes.,’ Hay, Stiaw, and Corn Stalk Cutters, every variety. Hichcok’s Patent Stalk Cutter and Grinder. Steel Plows, all sizes; Com Shovel Plows, Har rows, Cultivators, Horse Hoes, Potatoe Diggers, an endless variety. Shove s. Spades, Forks, Hoes, Scythes, Scythe Snaths; Scythe Rifles and Stones by single one or dozen. Wood Ilaivest Rakes; Iron Garden Rakes, Meal Sieves and Furnace Riddles. Wood Churns, Buckets and Tubs. and everything else found in an Agriculture House GRAIN CRADLES, The Different Kindi., Turkey Wing, Grape Vine, Grants, Margan, an I Old Pennsylvania.—Price from $2 25 to $3 50, by single one or dozen to Dealers. CAHOON’S Broadcast Seed Sower. This is a great labor-saving implement. Every Farmer should have one. AGENCY OF Killer &. Brother's Celebrated BOLTING CLOTHS, ALSO PRINDLE’S Agricultural steamer, This is an indispeiisiblc article on every well reg nlated farm, and within the reach of all fanners, as It Comes Very Low Farmers and Country Merchants would do well to ex inline my stock, ns I obtain all my goods direct from the Manufacturer', and am pre pared and will sell Implements lower than they have ever been sold In this market. A full stock on hand at all times. All orders and letters of enquiry promptly atte ldcd tJ D. C. JONES, Lower Levee, St. Paul. Dentistry. ALBERT T. UPHAM WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Sauk Rapids and vicinity that he is now prepared to perform all kinds of Mechanical and Surgical operations iu Dentistry; and those having occasion for Dental operations of any kind are in vited to ( all. No pains will he spared to give hem perfect tatisfaction A R TIFICIA L TEETH inserted from one to a full set on Gold or Silver plate, cither on the Atmospheric principle or other wise. FILLING, CLEANING and EXTRACTITG done with the latest improved instruments Charges reasonable, and all uorlc Warranted (o-Persons from abroad will be provided Board, free of charge, during the time th< y are detained in hazing work done. ALBERT. T. UPHAM. Sauk Rapids, May 24, IS6O. 20yl SPRING STOCK DRY GOODS &c. J. H. GREEN. WHOLESALE DEALER IN Dry Goods and Provisions. Bridge Street, Minneapolis, Mtnn. QC$- Pays the highest pricelbr all kinds of Produce. C ’ ARLES T. CURTIS, 111 ( me y and C o tin s el lor at Laic, Anoka * Minnesota State of Minnesota, ) ’ > DISTRICT court, BENTON COUNTY. ) FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Enos Briggs agrinst George VV. Sweet, Eliza V. Sweet his wife,Alvin Stone, and James Mcllerron, late partners as Stone &Mc Herron. Pursuant to a judgment and decree of the Dis trict Court aforesaid, rendered and made in the above entitled artion on the 10th day of Septem ber, 1860, on fie in the office of the Clerk of said Court for said County, I shall expose for sale and sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, nt the front door of the Office of the Regis ter of Deeds for said County, at Sauk Rapids therein, at ten o’clock in the forenoon of Friday lhe2Bth day of December, 1860, the following de scribed Real Estate (or so much thereof as any be necessary to satisfy said judgment and decree) to wit: —The west half of the southwest fourth; the south half of the northeast fourth; the north half of the south east fourth; all in Section Eign teen (18) in Township Thirty-five (35) of Range Thirty (30); and the southeast fourth of the north east fourth of Section Thirteen (18) in Town ship Thirty-five (35) of Range Thirty-one (31), in Sherburne County, Minnesota; also Lot six (6) in block fifiy-nine (59); Lots thirteen (13) and fourteen (14) in block sixty-two (62); Lot nine (9) in block fifty-four (54) and lot one (1) in block 60, all in the town of Sauk Rapids in Benton County. Dated November 10th 1860. HENR\ McMAHON, Special Referee. J. S Sf D. M. Demmon, Plaintiff’s Atty, C. C. COLBATH & CO. DEALERS IN Bools and Shoes, Hats and Caps, AND READY MADE CLOTHING, ETC JIJS OKA MINN. C. COLBATH, *• c - COLBATH CORN ER SUSPENSION BRI DCE, Saint! ’ An thony. W arehouse. can get any of the popular Patent Med X icines of the day by calling at my store, or tend jrour order by mail, and it will be carefully tsked and immediately forwarded. CHAS. CRAWFORD, Wholesale and Retail Druggist. C irner Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony. Perfumery, etc. PERFUMERY, Fine Hair and Tooth Brush es, and Fancy articles, in great variety, al CIIAS. CRAWFORD’S Saint Anthony. Trusses and Supporters- J HAVE a very large stock of Tiusses, Spinal and Abdominal Suji porlers Shoulder Braces elc. etc. From diffcreut manufacturers. I would call partic lar attention to Marsh’s New style or Truss; es, for which lam Agent. More cases of radical cure have been effected by the use of his Trusses than of all others which have been offered to the pub lic. In selling these articles I guarantee pe ct satis faction to the purchasers in all cases; and would solicit the attention of all requiring anv article in this line. CHARLES CRAWFORD, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Corner Suspension Bridge, St- Anthony. DYE STUFF, DYE STUFFS. DYE Woods, and Dye Stuffs of every de scription can be obtained at the very lowest prices, at CHAS. CRAWFORD’S. Corner Suspension Bridge, St. A nthony. IF you want Pure Drugs, get them at 3 CRAWFORD’s IF you want Medicines of the best quality, get them at CRAWFORD’s IF you want No. 1 Paints, get them at CRAWFORD’s IF you want best Oils, get them at CRAWFORD’s IF you want thick and heavy Varnishes, get them at CRAW’FORD’s IF you want genuine Patent Medicines, get them at CRAWFORD a IF you want good Brushes, get them al CRAWFORDs IF you want fine Chemicals, get them at CRAWFORD’S IF you want any nice Toilet articles, get them a t ’ 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 will al ways find the best articles, at prices that must com mand satisfaction. Or, send yotu Order by mail, , n d it will be filled at as low rates as if you came in per.on. CHAS. CRAWFORD, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Corner Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony BLACK’S EMPORIUM. Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis. Min. JOHN I. BI ACK would respectfully solicit any one in want of DRY' GOODS! To call and e? amine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. Having superior facilities for obtaining Goods in the Eastern .V arket, he is enabled to offer Goods at very Isw prices. He has one of the BES ASSORTED STOCKS In the Northwest, and his aim is to make the Emporium, in all respects, a First Class Dry Goods Store. New got ds are received monthly until the close of navigation, Many articles are to be had in his stock lhat CANNCTBE FOUND ELSEWHERE. Below is i small list of some of the uriicles of which he constantly keeps a good assortment. Calicoes, Delanes, Ginghams. SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS: STRIPES, Doeskins, Broadcloths, LADIES' GLOTH CASS!MEBES WUOLEX YARN'S. FLANNELS, LINNEN GOODS, OSIEItY AND GLOVES DRESS TRIMMINGS,| WORSTED, And a large variety of other Goods too numer ous- to mention. Country Merchants and others will find it gret tly To call and examine his stock, as he is confi dent he can Wholesale and Retail I ry Goods cheaper than they do at St. Paul. taken in exchange for Goods JOHN I. BLACK. September Is , 1860. n 36 JUST OPENED. BOOTS AND SHOES BOOTS & SHOES I Have just opened a new and assorted stock t Boots and Shoes, which will compare in qua ty aad price with any in'St. Paul. TO COUNTRY DEALTRS I will sell as LOW as a good article esn be bought in Minnesota, and inssure satisfaction. DEALERS will please call and examine my stock before so eclii g elsewhere. JOSEPH W. WALKER. Browns Brick Block, Third Street, (Upper Tow Saint Paul, Minu , Adjoining Comb’s Book Store. WINSLOW HOUSE Saint Paul . Minnesota. Ward, X*roprl©tor. THIS HOUSE is centrally located, within a short walk of the Capitol and other pnblie buildings. Stages leave this House for all parts o the Slate daily. Mr. E. A. Deuel, the old and popular host, will always be found at his post. St. Paul, January, 1860.' J (tvb2»4yl) CHABLES CRAWFORD, Patent Medicines, Txceids Salinells, Kenluckij Jeans, H Ml 85313 M'DTHIMS. TO THEIR ADVANTAGE JOSEPH W. WALKER, Wholesale and Retail Dealei in ST. PAUL CARDS. JOHN GETZ, \ holesale and Retail Daaler in TOYS, ffASCY GOODS, REFIMED COMFECRIOMERV, AND Foreign and Domestic Fruits. 3d street, between Robert and Minnesota, ST. PAUL, MINN. RICHARD MARVIN, Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu CHINA, GLASS, & QUEENSWARE, Thiid and Bench Streets, between Cedar and Wabashaw, St. Paul, Min. n4vl Looking Glasses, Lamps, Table Cutlery, etc. A. L. LARPENTEUR, Wholesale GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Corner of Third and Jackson sts., St. Paul, Min. Sole Agent for L O.YG IVOR TWS fVIXE S, Agent for DUP ON’S CELEBRATED POW’DER. GEORGE ROCHAT, WATCH MiLUZEII, FROM SWITZERLAND, DEALER in Watches, Clocks nnd Jenelrv, Silver W are and Fancy Goods, Upper Town, opposite Combs’ Book Store, ?f Anthony Street, Si- Paul, Minnesota, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired iu the Best Manner, and al! wink Warranted. On parle Francois. n3_\l CATH CART & CO, DEALERS IS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRYGOODS, Wholesale and Reluil, n3vl Hi. Paul, Min WILLIAM CON STANS, Third Street, Storage Forwarding and Cimmission Merchant, and Wholesale Grocer. "SW Agent f-ir McCormick’s Reaper? mid Steanes and Marvins Sate? Mark Packages Care Win. C., Lower Town, St. Paul, Keeps on hand a good assoetment of Staple Groceries, Nails, Glass. Salt, I’aiuts and Oils, Plaster Parid etc. WM- CON STANS. St. Paul, Minn. CHERITREE FARWELL, Wholesale anl Retail Dealers iu Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery, Nails, Cordage, Sfc., BROWN’S STONE BLOCK, Third Street. Saint Paul, Minnesota. n4yl T. T. CHERITBEE, F. B. FAWELL. WM. L. BANNING k CO., Si K A. IW IKK. JEt XS f»sS 'm, SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA, deceive Deposits, Buy tind Sell Exchange, Discount Paper, Negotiate Loans, etc. Collodions maijt; 4Jid Funds Remitted at Cu-rent Rates of Exchange. n4yl WM . J. SMITH & CO, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BOOTS AKTB SHOES, Third Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. n3yl M, N. KELLOGG, WHOLESALE and Retail Denier in Dried, Green and Preserved Fruits, Bird Cages and Willow Ware, Confectionaries, Toys and Fancy Goods of E\o. v Description, Third Street, beween Wabasha w and St. Peter Streets, Saint Paul, Min. P. S.—Oyster?, Green Apples, by thebbl Svl. C. H. SCHURMEIER & CO., Grocers and Commission Merchants, Corner Jackson and Fifth Streets, SAINT PAUL, . . MINNESOTA., KEEP on hand a good assorment of choice Groceries ; Agents for G • \V. Gail’s GERMAN SMOKING TOBACCO, in paper and barrel, and dealer in Window Glass Crockery and Earthenware. Country Merchants aie invited to call at our store before buyiiw el.<e fel>2n4n ST. AjYTHOJYV CARDS. STUART HARVEY, Jttorutg anil Couuedlot at sato. ST. ANTHONY FALLS, MINN R. W. TAYLOR, HOUSE, SIGN, AND CARRIAGE ■ .a*. m iw r*r* je: ■«« . Main street, < t. Anthony, Lower Town. Shades of any style Painted to Order, A . M . G REE L Y , Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Bridles, WHIPS, LASHES, HOISE-COTIRJ, &c. he., Main Street, Lower Town, St. Anthony, Min, T. F. & G. H. ANDREWS, Wholesale k Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries and Crockery, NEW BRICK BLOCK, Main Street, Lower Town, St. Anthony, Min. IC3 1 * 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 Sods ; also, Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware. Stanchfield’s Block, opposite the Levee, St. Anthony. jan26nßy 1 B. THOMPSON, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Main Street, Upper Town, St. Anthony. Dealer in Watches,Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Warn. Watches Skill, fully Repaired and Warranted. Plating and Gal. vaiiiaing done. jan36n2yl T. F. & G. H. ANDREWS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods and tiroceries, Main Street, Lower Town, St. Auth ny, Minnesota. Produce taken in exchange for goods. jan 2503yl I. S. PILLSBtJRY St CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in every description of Heavy and Shelf Hard Ware, Stoves and Tin Ware, Iron and Steel, Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Cordage, Sheathing Paper,Cables, Chain Purnps, Saws, Butcher’s Files, Leather an 1 Rubber Belt ing, Blacksmiths and Mechanics’ Tools and Win dow Glass. Also, Agent for Gage, Posters & Cc.'s Circular Mill, X Cut and Pitt Saws. Wilder s Safes, Lake Huron Grind Stonts, etc., St. Anthony, Min. an2Bn'Jyl WILLIAM LEE’S Fall a n d If* inter 1860 NOTICE 1860 For the St. Paul Cheap Store. THE ST’ PALI, ONE PRICE AND CASH STORE Having become 90 generally known. it i- only necessary *0 »:iy thstjl have opened the largest »u* k • DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Ever offered lor sain in this city. I tale this tuetliOJ of return'iig my grateful thanks to friends and customer* for their liberal tap port in helping me to establish a ONE PRICE and C ASH business. The public having become satisfied thnt goods c«n be retailed at a lower price vhen the One Price and Cash System is strictly catticd out, knowing that they are making their purchases at the lowest market price, and not being charged two profits, the extra profit being necessary to cover lb* osses made by the never-paying customer of a credit business. For the benefit of the many thousands who have moved into our new State the past sun nier, I will give tin location of the Cheap One Price and Cash Dry Goods Store NEW STONE BLOCK, ’HURD STREET, Between Cedar and Minnesota Sts.. One Square Below the Bridge. WILLIAM LEE, Saint Paul, Minnesota no\lo-n4oyl M. C. WAIT. T. C. U’cl.L'RE WAIT 8c McCLURE, BANKERS. tjjomeys and Counsellors at Law, SAINT CLOUD, MIX. WILL give prompt attention to Collections remitting at the lowest current rates.— will buy and sell FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE Alsu, *.v ill keep Laud Warrants constantly onhaud uad fir sale at etnull advance from N. Y- |nire». Saint Cloud Minnesota, ym.l vlpr. WrAßL^T^Sr^slwisr"^ WHul ESA I E AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS. Dealers* in V A RN IS H E S , jb~j» "kt jbt: . 7 L C O II O L , BURNING FLUID, CAMPHENE. COAL OIL, elc. etc Glass and Putty, PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY CO M POUNDED at all hours, S(. Cloud, jfpril 27 1860. J. E. PUTNAM, REGISTER OF DEEDS & CO. AUDlTitt PUTNAM HOUSE, Big Lake, Sherburne County, Minnteola, PAY'S taxes for non-residenis, and procures Patents froinU.S. I.nnd Officers, on Re ceipt, or Registers Certificate, sent him. For patents froin I and Officers received and recorded, charge, ?1,00. For paying taxes, 10 per cent, on amount of tax. All business entrusted to him wit lie promptly and faithfully attended to. Big Lake, Sherburne Co., Jan. 1860. lyl. House, Sign, Carriage aud © ffi. OT AICJt IS Wt P A I NTER. THE undersigned would announce to the citizens of ST. CLOUD and vicinity, that he is prepared to do all wor* in his line, on reason able terms, and on the shortest notice. N. B. — Mao, Paperhanging—done in good style. J C. WILSON. St. Cloud. J.in. 1860 1> 1 SHERIFF SALE. BY' virtue of an exeeutiong issued out of and under the eeal of the District Court for the 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. 1860, and docketed in the office of the I lerk of Court for said County on the 18th day of August, 1860. in an action wherein John C. Hicks is Plaintiff, and Sybrant Van Nest is Defendents, in favor of said plaintiff, and against said defendant, for the sum of 40 39-100 Dollars. I have this Ist day of November 1860, levied on the following real estate in the County of Benton aforesaid, to wit.: All the right, title and interest which the said Sybrant Van Nest had, on the 18th day of August, 1860, of, ia and to the following property, situate, lying and be ing in the town of Sauk Rapids as sorveyed by Chapman in said Coouyt and State, viz : L its 25 and~26"hrßtrak 43, Lots 1. 2,3, 4, and 5. in Block 65, I-ota 7 and 8 in Block 66, All of Block 44 excepting Lots 1 to 8 inclusive, in said Block 44. Notice is hureoy given that I will sell the above mentioned property at pubiie auction at the office of the Treasurer cf Benton County, in Sank Rapids fh wnl'Umirity', bn Friday Ibe Ij|th day of December,-1860, nt 10 o’clock A. M.. to the highest bidder, for cash, or so much thereof as will satisfy the said execution with interest - and costa. Dated Sauk Rapids, this Ist day of November, . 1860. , ii. McMahon, n43w6 Sheriff of Beaton County. JACOB NEWMAN, Manufiturer and \VI o’esale and Retail Dealer is MEN AND BOY’9 and furnishing goods, Hats and Cap*, Cloths, Cassiinercs, Y'eslings, Tailor’# Trimmings, etc., etc, BENHEIWER’S BKICK BLOSK, THtRT 9VREET. KEEP IT BEFO ETHE PEOPLE, that I am manufacturing all my Clothing here, Hnd therefore can sell a better arlic • of Goods, and at lower rates than those who buy their Clothing rsady tn de in eastern cities. JACOB NENVMAN. A Large stock ol Cilol, Beaver, and Otter Over Coats ot Home Manufacture, for sale, low, at JACOB NEWMAN’s. TlAhe Largest variety of Broadcloth nnd Uusiueiu Suits, Bt. Paul A Manufacture, at Jacob Nf.ivman’* Made Pants uud Vests, the must beautiful patterns. Itk M’erchjul Tailors w:li find the best selected Goods in thsir lias, ifJL and at lower prices than aUewhere, at Jacob Newman's, to order in the latest stales and lowest prices, it JACOB NEWMjJN’S. arments u'.tde WILLSON’S BUILDING St. Cloud, Minn. 'Flic peop!.! of Stearns and Benton Counties are respectfully informed that there is kept coa slnnlly on bund at BRADFORD’S STORE CHOICE GROCERIES PROVISION'S, ALSO, Dry Goxls & Ready-matl* which ho nfk s at rates corresponding with the •• Hard Times " .71 so, in ijuautity ond variety unsurpassed in the Upper Country. Produce taker, in exchange for goods—highes price paid/ icj s ' I adies and Gentlemen, c. II and examine for yourselves nsni3 St. Cloud, I eb’y 9, 1860. PIONEER STORE, Wahsington avenue & St. Gcrman-st LUDWIG ROBBERS, Having purchased the entire Stock in trade and the Book Accounts of John W.Trnvoorde, the | ropriator of the above Store, would call ihe attenttonof its patrons an.l the public generally, to his large aid well selected assortment of DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, CROCKERY, AND HARD WARE. CASH, or exchange for PRODUCE, at prices which cannot fail to give satis faction. I buy my goods for and CAN and WILL SEJX the* than they can be bought at aoyJEletaiJ Store north of Chicago. Please call and examine my Stock before purchasing elsewhere. fxlF* •V't trouble to show goods, Ail proems who <rero. on the 27th of *~r—fru 186®, owing i. W. Tenvoorde on account, ere re quested to call at my store and settle such irmil Immediately 2; in order to avoid cost. LUDWIG ROBBERS. 8* Cloud Sept. 23, | m. #4O BRADFORD’S STORE, a large assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES, CORNER OF ST. CLOUD, MINNA anocEniuH, all of which he will sell for CASH, CHEAPER e r 4 **J