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ST. PAUL. ADVEHtISEME.YS.
BOOTS BEIKG A. BRANCH OK AN tlTCXIiri SHOE HOUSE AT WE WILL SELL assess TO Country Merchants, "AS ta they can obtain them in NEW YORK, CHICAGO, or - /*-, ST. LOUIS. WM. J. SMITH & CO. ■4vl Third Street, St. Paul Minn. E. Y. HOLCOMBE, WHOLESALE GROCER, and dealer in Provisions, fVinea and Liquors, Nails, Glass, tic , Jackson-st., between 4th and 6th ets., SAINT PAUL, . . MINNESOTA. HAVING now on hand one of the largest and best selected storks of Groceriea ever Drought to St. Pnul, and na our long experience in the trade, both Eaat and South, gives u* a de cided advantage in our purchases we feel confi dent that we can hold out indneementa to the ooontry dealers and traders, not enjoyed by any other house in the trade. We intend to sell to country dealers at such rates as to make it conclusively for their interest to buy of as. We buy in New York ; and with our facilities for purchasing, know that we so buy there as to enable us to offer our gooda as low as they can be sold in :.ny houae 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. St. Paul, Jan’y 20, 1860. n4yl DUY GOODS CHEAPER THA.V EVER, AT D.W. INGERSOLL & CO., Saint Paul, - - Minnesota. WE HAVE received a large and complete assortment of ail kinds or DRY GOODS, and shall be receiving weekly, such NEW, CHEAP AND DURABLE GOODS aa may be found in the Eastern Murkets. To Goimfry Merchants offer superior inducements, ns the bulk of our toek has been purchased for Cash, and will be ■old at “ 'ery SMALL ADVANC from Ne York Co it, by INGERSOLL and CO. Bridge Street, Saint Paul. Minn N- W- KITTSON Haa the plensuro of informing his friends and the poi|bc generally, that he is now opening the FINEST ASSORTMENT OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. •vet brought to this city, and which he is now offering CHEAP FOR CASH THE ATTENTION OF Country Merchants, la particularly requested to his slock, as he is confident he can give them BARGAINS EVER BEFORE OFERED WEST OF RAYWAPD’S BLOCK. Third st., - - Saint Paul. WM, F MASON, to Win. Hasten, Wholesale O Dealer * HATS, GAPS, FURS, # STRAW GOODS, AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, **.• * «ogera* Block, Third Street, above Paul, Minnesota. TO* only WhAwlt RA T ffeutt in Min nesota. *** J«* mb. ly ST. ANTHONY ADVERTISEMENTS HEW GOODS! HEW GOODS! THE LARGEST, BEST, and only assortment of LADIE’S G|A ITERS, with andvitnout Heels, at the sign of the Mieses’, Children, Infant’s Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters, of every variety and kind, at the •gn of the ___ BIG BOOT. BOY’S BOOTS AND SHOES. Boy* and Girls Copper-Tipped Bools and Shoes, at the sign of the BIG BOOT. Men’s Thick and Calf Boots, Custom Made at the sign of the BIG BOOT. Men’s Congress Gaiters, Washington' Calf Gaiters. Men’s Calf Lace Shoes, Oxford Pies and Brogans, at the sign of BIG BOOT. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING ! ! Black Dress French Coats and Pants, Business Suits, at prices suited to all, at tho sign of <»»0 BIG BOOT. Furnishing Goods, White Linnen Shirts, Mar seilles and Fancy Cravats, Collars, and Cot ton Flannel Shirts and Drawers, all Wool Shirts and Cravats, Eancy Wool Shirts, at the sign of the BIG BOOT. HATS k CAPS ! HATS & CAPS ! of every fashion and kind, of every fashion and kind. Cloths, Doeskins, Cassimeres, Satinclts, Tweed, Jeans, Pla ids, Dalenies Ginghams, Dahns, Brilliants, Prints, Flannels, Bleached and Un bleached Sheetings, Denims, Hickory and Checked shirting, all at the sign of the Those wishing to purchase would do well to call before they make their selection elsewhere, at the sign of the MAIN STREET, ST. ANTHONY. ICP Boots and Shoes Made and Repaired to Order. J. H. CHASE. THE LARGEST STOCK OF FANCY and DRY GOODS IN THE WES r ■»« SI THE peopl? of Wright, Stearns, Benton and Sherburn Counties are respectfully informed that they can find, at J. II.TALBOTS, St. Anthony, Below the Tremonl, one of the RARGEST and BEST assortments of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, CROCKERY 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, I.owor Levee, St. Anthony, Minn. St. Anthony, May 8, 1860. n 2O S. L. VAWI ER, Wholes ale Druggist. DEALER IN GLASS AND GLASSWARE, ALCOHOL, CAMPHENE, BimUTINTG FLUID, Whale, Lard 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. I will always endeavor to merit a continuance of the same. SAMUEL L. VAWTER, St. Anthony, Min. (n3yl) Opposite the Falls KEROSENE ! KEROSENE ! KEROSENE !!! LAMPS! LAMPS! rpHOSE wtshingto purchase the above named J- articles, w ill do well to call on me, as my stock is very large S. L. VAWTER, St. Anthony, opposite the Falls. BURNING FLUID, Camphene, Whale and Lard Oils, in large quantities, at VAWTERS, St. Anthony, Opposite the Falls. CONFECTIONARIES ofall kinds for sale by the box at VAWTER’3 DRUG STORE, St. Anthony. TOBACCO AND CIGARS ! MY Stock of these Goods is very heavy, and can give great inducements to buyers S. L. VAWTER, Opposite the Falls, St. Anthony. ST. ANTHONY BOOK STORE. JOHNHECRTMAN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in IB®®2£iS 3®SSn'5SRW’j, WA LI. paphr b ..htng Tackle, * rocket Cutlery, Fancy Articles, and Toys. Morrison’s Stone Block, three door* above Tremont House. Main Street, St. Anthony, Min. 93- A large discount made to tsuniry dealers..*# •WP,- PUTNAM, Wholesale and Reta tl r ocb» Commission Merchant Cor. T bird and Market Sts., near the Post Office SAINT PAUL. 1 OFFER to Grand Hotels and Private F am dies, and all who are choice in their Taste and desire a genuine article at the lowest figures a full aid complete uatortmeut of everything usually to be found in n first class Grocery and Provision Store • My prices shall always be ns lotv ns the markets will warrant, and all Goods shall come up to reenm mendation. S. R.. PUTNAM. Smnt Patti, May 1860. ST. PAUL ADVERTISEMENTS. SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS. CARTHCART & Co , THIRD-ST, - - ST. PAUL, Are daily reeeiviug from the Eastern Markets,ad ditions, To Their. SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK Foreign and oDmestic DRY GOODS, Consisting of the newest styles fabriquee Our stock is, and will be kept full and cemplete, to which we invite the attention of those desirous We are able to, and will sell the same quantity of Goods as cheap as any house in the West. |rCP Merchant from the country will find it ' ury much to their advantage to call and exam ine our STOCK AND PRICES Before purchasing. W e have added a large stock of YANKEE NOTIONS to our Wholesale Department. BIG BOOT, ICP* All orders promptly and faithfully filled may3-nl7 C-STTIC-JRT & CO. HARDWARE, CHERITREE AND FARWELL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 15 Foreign & Domestic Hardware } NAILS, CORDAGE, <s-c., 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 lie e tcelled in the State Our facilities are such (buying entirely for Cash and only from Manufacturers and English Agents,) ih.it we arc enabled to hold out STRONGER INDUCEMENTS to the Trade than any house in St. Paul or the North West, (tr)- Buyers, lie Ore making your purchases call and examine our pi ices and see if the above are not facts. CHERITREE & FARWELL. NEW D RUG STORE. POTTS AND MORRIS, DRUGGISTS Sf PHARMACEUTISTS, Third Street, between Market and Washing ton, Saint Paul, Minnesota. Physicians’ Prescriptions carefully Componnded. Burning Fluid—Drugs nicely selected, pure and choice Chemicals—Perfumery—Patent Medicines ot all kinds—Toilet Articles—Combs and Brushes Choice lot of Havana Cigars. jan26n3yl W. S. POTTS. H. C. MORRIS. CHAS CRAWFoRD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals. Perfumery, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, etc..etc;,’ Corner Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony, Min. ’ n3yl E. V. HOLCOMBE, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Wines, Liquors, and Sigars, Jackson Street, above Fourth, ST. AAUL, MIN. Tobacco; Bar Fixture *, C.'h'.gls, Bitters, fyc, A large assortment constantly on hand. 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, £3T Worth more than 500,000 Dollars, Jill of which will be sold for $1,25 each, irre- Cei tificatcs slating what each person can have are placed in envelopes, sealed, and given out ns called for. Every' article in the following catalogue will b sold for $1.25 each. It is optional with those wish ing to purchase, whether they pay lor and take the article after they receive the Certificate or not. ONLY M 52 EACH. The 25 cents must be paid in advance and will be returned in goods. 100 Gold Hunting Cased Watches SIOO 00 each 100 Gold Watches 65 00 each 200 Ladies’ Gald Watches 35 00 each fSOO Silver Watches 15 00 each 500 Gold guard,vest and chatelain Chains2o 00 each 3000 Cameo Broocees 6 00 each 3000 Mosaic and Jet Brooches 5 00 each 3000 Lava and Florentine Brooches 5 00 ench 3000 Coral, Emeiald and Opal Brooches 600 each 3000 Cameo Ear Drops 5 00 each 8100 M tic and Jet Ear Drops 500 each 3000 La and Florentine Ear Drops 500 each 9000 Cor Emerald and Opal Ear Drops 500 each 9003 Mos<.i and Cameo Bracelets,s3 OOtolO 00each 0300 Gents Ircastpin* 150 to 600 each 3joo WatcL \ eye 1 00 to 700 each 8000 Fob Ril _>n slides 100 to 600 each 9000 Sette of .>osom Studs 1 00 to 7 00 each 9000 Sleeve Buttons 2 00 to 5 00 each 9000 Plain Rings 2 00 to 7 60 eaeh 7000 Stone Set Rings 2 50 to 7 00 each 7000 Setts Ladies’ Jewelry 2 00tol5 00 eaeh Those acting as agents, will collect f tbe payment of 25 cents on each Certificate ordered for Goods, and remit ns 10 cents each. The remaining 15 cents on each, they can reserve as their commission—no commission allowed on remittance of less than one dollar—yoti are requested to act as A gent for us. We will exchange, and give ,ur customers any call for, Watches accepted. N. B,—Agents wanted in every town Circulars sent on application. Address all communications to C. J. DOUGHERTY, No. 42 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED, CTi'k LOTS in St. Clond, for which the highest vJvf cash price will be paid by the subsciber. „ J. L. WILSON. St. Clond, Dec. 2, 1860 n3yl to purchase DRY GOODS, FOR CASH tpective of value ST. ANTHONY ADVERTISEMENTS MINNESOTA K. Jewelry Store. EAST END SUSPENSION BRIDGE, SW3 ASS'S® ‘S’, MPMCTa. El HE subscriber would most respectfully in -* form the public generally, that he has a first class Jewelry St/ re, where will be found a complete assortment of everything usually found in a FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, consisting in part as follows ■fine English Levers, Duplex Chronometers' Detached and Lapine Watches, in Gold and St leer Cases. I am also Agents for the celebrated, RAIL ROAD AND AMERICAN WATCHES. Fine Gold, Diamond, Etruscean, Coral, Mosaic and Cameo Goods, such as Pin, Ear, and Finger Rin«s, Sleeve Buttons andStudds, Bracelets, Bell Buckles, Seals, Keys, Spectacles, Etc. SILVER & PLATED WATCHES. Having had several years experience in the manu facture of Silver Ware, we are prepared to furnish any amount or style, which we warrant Pure as Coin, 'table, Tea and Deser* Spoons, Knives and Forks, Cups, Goblets, Pie, Fruit and Butter Knives, Tea and Coffee Services, Travs, Ladels, Napkin Rin-« Salt and Mustard Spoons ol all kinds, both Sofid Silver and Plated. Plated Castors and Cake Baskets. FANCY GOODS, CUTLERY, Stc. I shall keep on hand as complete an assortment of Fancy Goods ascan be found in Minnesota. Vio lins, Violin Strings, Bows, Rosin, Screws, Tale Pieces, etc. Perfumery, Hair Brushes and Combs at low prices. CLOCKS of every description. Eight Day and Thirty Hour, w ith or without Alarums, both Weight and Sprint.’ We are also agents for SETH THOMAS CLOCKS, tha best clock made in the United States. FINE WATCH REPAIRING The proprietor will devote nis personal atten tion to this branch of the business, and all persons leaving work with him cen rest assured that it will be done promptly, and Wan raju eD to glv r. S at- ISFactios. Engraving done to order. Clocks cleaned and all kinds of Jewelry neailv repaired. I invite all to call and see me, and 1 will be happy to show my goods, whether you purchase or not. JUST RECEIVED, A full assortinant of Millinery and Fancy Goods. Mrs. C. A. DURGIN has just returned from the east w ith the latest styles of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flou-ers 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 ol every variety of shade. A good assortment of Ladies and Childrens Riding Sr IValking Hnts Shakers of all sizes, Silk and Fancy B'-nnets of all kinds, w* Don’t forget the place. North corner of Suspension Bridge, St. Anthony. an. 26 Syl A. BI.AKEMAN. NEW GOODS ! Spring and Summer Styles for MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN E. HAYES & CO., have nowr eceivcdjtheir Spring and Summer supplies awasx “S j> f>a>3 3 ■ ■ aww «m=- m 3 Opera, Zonever; Ledger, Mohair, Panama; Senate and Pnlm leaf Hats. Senate and Larmatine Caps. Groceries and Provisions rWNUE attention of the Ladies is especially X called to their stock of Valenlias, Delaines", Wool & Canton Flannels, Skeleton Skirls, Irish Lin en, Cambrics, Muslin, Sheetings ol different qualities.! Gentlemen will find an excellent assortment of Pilot Cloth, Casfsimeres, Doe Skins, Bioad Cloth, Canada Gray, Sattinetts. Gloves, Neckties, Cellars,' etc. Also ;tu assortment of Ledger JVool and Mohair Hatt, 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 nov complete, consisting in part of Sugars of all Syrup, Molasses of different kinds, Teas, Coffee, Spices, Soaps, Candles, Oils, Vinegar, Oysters,Sardines, Clains, Lobsters,Preserved Fruits, etc., etc. Also, a choice lot of new Raisins and Currants, Codfish, Pollaeh, Mackerel, White Fish, Trout, Salmon, Herring and Tongues, and Sounds. Also a eood assortment of Cigars and Tobacco kept constantly on hand. The above goods w ill be sold at \\ holcsalc or Retail, very low for cash or in ex change for produce. E. HAYES & CO., (jan26yl) Lower Town, St. Anthony J. C, & H. C, BURBANK & GO, Forwarding k Commission MERCHANTS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DRY GOODS, C ROCERIES, Boots and Shoes, AND * 3 skjk jmc «ts- • AGENTS FOR Manney’s Reapers & Mowers. AND Eemery’s Theshers, Corner of Washington Aveune and Cliff Street, LOWRY'S LEVEE, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA MOFF jfT’S LIFE PILLS. THE HIGH and envied celebrity which this pre-emin ent medicine has acquired for its invariable efficacy in all the diseases which it professes to cure, has rendered the usual practice of ostentatious puffin o not only unnessary but unworthy of them. Thay are known by their fruits ; their good works testify for them, and they thrive not by the faith of the crcdul ous. In all cases of costive'ness, dyspepsia, bilious and liver affections, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agues, obstin: te head aches, and all general derange ments of health, these Pills have invariably proved n certain and speedy remedy. A single trial will place the Life Pills beyond the reach of competition iu the estimation of everv patient. Dr. Moffat’s Phoenix Bitters will be found equally efficacious in all cases ol nervous debility , dyspepsia bead ache, the sickness incident to females in delicate’ health, and evpry kind of weakness of the digestive organs: For sale bv Dr. W. B. MOFFAT Broadway and bv Medicitje Dealers and Druegis gnerally throughout the country. SSO FIFTY DOLLARS ! Fifty Dollars a Month and all Expenses Paid TO introduce our New National Doubl Thread Twenty Dollar SEWING MACHINE. A great chance for Travelling Agents to en gage in a permanent bnsines, at S6OO a year and expenses. Address, with stamp, for particular. J. W. HARRIS CO. ’ No 13 Shoe and Leather Exchange Boston, Mssa PEOPLE’S BANK, ST. PETER, MINNESOTA. E S. Egertos, President. D. A- Monfort Cashier. Having purchased the capital stock ot the above named Bank, and the same being entered in my name on the books of the bank and in the State Auditor's office, I hold myself personally responsible and liable for the circulation, according to the provisions of the general banking law. E. S. EGERTON. St. Paul, January 2d, IS6O. jan26u3vl PURIFY THE BLOOD ! M O F F A T’S VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS phcenix”bitters. THE high and envied celebrity which these pre-eminent Medicines have acquired for their invariable efficacy in all the diseases which they profess to cure, Ins rendered the nsual pract ce'of puYng not only unnecessary, but 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 LIVF.R COMPLAINT 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 Chollic and Serious Looseness, Biles Costiveness, COLDS and COUGHS, Cholic. CONSUMPTION—Used with great success in this disease. CORRUPT HUMORS DROPSEY, j DESPEPSIA.—No peison with this distressing disease should delay using these medicines i m mediately j ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, ERYSIPELAS AND FLATULFNCY. FEVER and AGUE.—For this scourge of the Westeru 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 by these medicines D permanent. Try tnem, be satisfied and be cured FOULNESS OF COMPLEXIO.V. < • GENERAL DEBILITY. Gout, Giddiness, Gravel. Headaches ofevery kind, Inward Fever, Inflammatory Rheumatism, Impore Blood, Jaundice, Loss of -fpp. tite LIVER COMPLAINTS LEPROSY, LOOSEN ESS. MERCURIAL DISEASES Never fails to eradicate entirely all the eff ci, of Mercury infinitely sooner than the mtst power ;ful preparation of Sarsaparilla. .Mglit Sweats, .Nervous Complaints of ali kinds, Organic .Affections, Palpitation of the 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 J organs RHEUMATISM. Thoso afflicted with this terrible disease wi I be sure of relief hy the Life Medicines. RUSH OF 13LOGO TO THE HEAD SCURVY SALTRHEUME, SWEII LINGS. CCROFI L\, or KIAA.y EVIL., in its worst ’ forms, Fleers of every description. WORMS of all kinds arc effectually expelled jby these medicines. /’,.rents will do well to administer them whenever their existence is sus , pected. Relief will be certain, THE LIFE PILLS. ! AND PHCENIX BITTERS. PURIFY THE BLOOD And thus remove all disease from the system. Prepared by DR. WILLIAM B. MOFFAT, l! -Vo 335 Broadway, , Moffat [Building] .V. Y For sale by all Druggists. HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Institution established by special Endowment for the Relief of the Sick and and Distressed, aijflicted with Viru lent and Epidemic Diseases. TIIE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexual diseases, an 1 the deceptions practiced upon the unfotunate victims of such diseases by (tuacks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a Charitable Act (Worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of diseases, in all their forms, and to give Medical Advice Gratis to all who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, [age, occupation, habits of life, 4-e.,] and in cases of extreme poverty, to Furn ish Medicines Free of Charge. It is needless to add that the Association commands fhe highest Medical skill of the age, and will furnish the most (approved modern treatment. 1 '1 he Directors of the Association, in their An nua! 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, Svp hills the vice of Onanism or Self-abuse, sc.. and order a continuance of the same plan for the en 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, sepecially to the young, and they 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 turbation, or Self-abuse and other diseases of tlu sexual organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be , 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 j and will be sent to the afflicted. Some of the 1 new remedies and methods of treatment discover- I ed during the last year, are of great value. Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. George R. Calhoun, Consulting Surgeon, Howard As- 1 souation, No, 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, ! _ . By order of the Directors. . * A. D. HELfRTWELL, President. I GLO. F. CHJLD, Secrctnry. 1 — ' i L DUNHAM, ; dealer in Gno:erits, Flour, Feed and Provisions, Rollins Street, near the Steamboat Landing, ’ > UppirTown; Sr Anthony, Min ‘ THE NEW ERA. Is published every Thursday Evening IS THt New Er* Building, Second Stoiv, Sauk Rapids, Min,, by WM. HENRY WOOD. SAMUEL 9JMOXTOX, PRINTER Term*,—One dollar a year, strictly in adram l‘»ptr* discontinued when the term In' which payment has been made expires, 83- 01 communications intended for the Litemrv Department, should be addressed to Mm SIS Mart I.EE, who has exclusive charge of that department CO" AH other communications, except buaineu letters, may be addressed, “ N r. w Ea*.” 83* Business letters addressed to W. H. Wood Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. WILSON’S LAND AGENC Y. <sax>2i*2>» STATEOF MINNESOTA. ALL business connected with the baying snd> selling of lands promptly attended to. E. S. EGER TON; Banker & Dealer in Exchange, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. Collections made on all points of the *f the- United States and Territories, and promptly re mitted for. I am selling Exchange on New York at present lor the following funds at the rates aunexed, viz r For fluid at £ per cent premium. “ Eastern Currency at 1 “ “ “ “ Illinois & Wis. at 2 “ ‘ “ “ Minacsota, at 3 “ *« «« 8b Paul, January 86, I*6o. n 3>l CHEAP CASH ROOK STORE. GEORGE LITTLE, Wholesale and Retail BOOK SELLER & STATIONER, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, 1 bird Street, between Cedar and Minnesota, K I.LI'S constantly on hand a large and choice assortment of goods suitable for Merchants Surveyors, Printers, Engineers, Architect*, and Schools, and articles usually found in first class Book and Stationery Establishments, and will he sold cheap for cash. n-lyl BLACKSMITHING on in all its various branches, two y doors below Day’s Hotel, by WM. BO! I MLR. W» gon Shop is also connected with this establish ment, where all work can be done on the shortest notice. WM. BOIIMEK. Sauk Rapids, August sth, 1557. nlOOOtf HYPERBOREAN HOTEL. Salk rapids, Minnesota O. B. DAY Is situated in the very centr e of the City, and fin nished ns a First Class Hotel. A daily lineoMujjra mn to and from St. I’anl, and Try-wcekl v to Lil’tle Falls and Crow W ing. This 'louse has the most spacious Had above St Anthony tor Dancing Parties, Conter ! s, Sfc orain public Exhibitions; is always ready for use wo.i a good Baudot Music at at. hours notice I fie 1 rnprielor respectfully says to his old fiends aiid the public generally, that no pains or expense will be spared in making comfortable, those who in.iv favor him with iheir .S ink Kapidi*, October 1, 1X59,° N A TIIA N RICI RDSON, Register of Deeds of Morrison County AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. RA on hand for sale a large amount of t coice tanning Lands in Morrison County \\ ill pay Taxes for non residents, Execute (Jon veyances, Invest or Loan .Money, at the host, possible rates. Office In Court Home, Little Fails. Litttle Falls, .April 20 1 60. MORTGAGE SALE. DI.I ALL I having been made in a certain indenture of Mortgage made and execufed mi Tie 9th day ol January, 1858, between James Fergus uud Pamelia, his w ife, of Little Falls in th ■ ( "linn of Mori ison and Slate of Minnesota, Moat gagors.amlJ. HaUall, of St. Louis in th? County of St. Louis and State of Missouri, Mor ga-ee, when by the said m rtgagors did grant, hr,gain, sell and convey to the said mortgagee, his heirs and as signs, forever, all that certain tract or parcel of laud lying and being in the County of Morrison and Ter ritory, now State, of Minnesota .'described as follows to wit. Ihe north half of the north-east quarter ol Section No. Nine (9) in Township No! Forty .North, ol Range No. Thirty. two (32) West, con lainmg I fifty-four and 8-HW Acres ofLand according to the Government Survey, together with the lu re, ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or m any wise appertaining, to secure the said j” Hal heirs and assign*, th- payment ol the sum »I 1 liree 11 unc red and Forty-nine and 7-100 Dollar* on or before the First day of June, 1858, with in! terest at the rate of ten per cent per annum trom nd after the second day ot April, 1857; the same lacing j* Ir^»«»o r jr Note given by the firm ot O. A. ( hmch. ll & Co. to said J. HaLell on the second day 10l October 1856, payable six months after said dale w ith interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum! l>ut which was extended iu consideration ot said mortgage being given to secure the same, which said mortgage was alterwards, on the 9th dav of January A. I). 1858 at 5 o’clock P. M., duly Re corded in the office ot the Register of Deed* in and ■ for said County of Morrison, iu Book “A” of Mort gages on pages 1?5, 136 and 137. ( And whereas said J. Halsall is deceased, and Dwight Durkee, the subscriber, has been duly ap pointed by the Prnhate Court ot said County of Saint [laiuumli administrator of the Estate of the said J. a anil, and the paid note and mortgage having come into his possession by virtue of said appoint ment: and there is claimed to be due and is due at the date of this notice, upon said Note and Mort gage, the stun of Four hundred and seventy four and 73-100 Dollars, and no suit of proceeding at law hav ing lieen instituted to recover secured by the said mortgage, or any part thereof, and no part or portion thereof having been paid: Now therefore, Notice is hereby given that bv virtue of a power of sale iu said mortgage contained and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provuled, the said moil gaged premises above de scribed will lie said at Public Auction bv the Sheriff ot said County of Morrison, at the front door of the office ofthe Register of Deeds in Little Falls in said Comity, on W ednesday the 9th day of January A.D. 1861, at fen o’clock in the for noon of that dav, to. *t* li * f > ,h « amount of principal and interest which, shall then be due on said note and mortgage, and the costs and expenses of sale. St. Paul, Novemlier 9, 1860. DWIGHT DURKEE, Administrator of Estate ol J. Ha (sail, Dec’d. JittBOCX & Lind A tty ’• foi Administrator. Proprietor