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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 March 1861

8ht £tfttmtd£tmmti. «E= JAKE O. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thursday, Marok 21st, SB5BB5H3B5EB—S5BB—^—— WOOD.—We want wood, and aa there are a number of our subscribers who were paj in wood, and the season for getting iu crops is over, we hope they will make it •envsniont to bring along our wood just as •eon as possible. WAMTEI»—In payment of subscriptions, wood, flour, meal, meat, butter, or anything else good to eat, especially wood I Mottoes for the Day. 1 will suffer death before I trill consent or advise my friends to consent to any conces •ion or compromise which looks like buying the privilege of taking possession of the Gov ernment to which we have a Constitutional right because, whatever I might think of the merit of the various propositions before Con cress, I should regard any concession in the face of menaco as the destruction of tho Gov* •rnment itself, and a consent on all hands that our system shall Lc brought down to a level with the existing disorganized state of affairs in ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 March 1861

3 1'^j TfiLECRAPHIC. NEW YOKK, March 15.—A tiro oc curred in the Union Square Hotel build ing this morning, which destroyed the wardrobes and regalia of Holland's Pacific Crescent Benevolent and Ereona Lodges of Masons, Metropolitan Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, Coeur de Lion and Colum bian1 encampments of Knight Templars. The building was entirely destroyed.— Lots from $20,000 to 825,000. A fire occurred Orange street this morn ing, on premises of the American hoop akirt company, in which the daughter of the janitor of the building, jumped from the building five stories high and was killed. Anna Tramor was taken out of the buildings by a fireman insensible.-— Her recovery is doubtful. WASHINGTON, March 16.—[Special dispatch to the Evening Pbtt.] Startling rumors are iu circulation here to the effect that a collision has occurred at Pensacola. It is reported that tha United States for ces udder Lieutenant Slemmer, have been attacked by the Florida rebels, and that a serious conflict...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 March 1861

""»-,• 353S~ «•. ®b $t. 8M §mwm\t JANE 0. SW1SSHELM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, March 521st, 1861. TOLIJME 3 3STO- 3 4 The Philadelphia Sunday Transcript has the following hymn for little boys: I am a foolish little boy, But when I older grow, for less than twelve per cent I will Not let my money go. la third street I will pass my days, And have an office thoro And sometimes I will be a bull, And sometimes be a bear. In shaves and oonering my time Shall usefully be spent So when I die the folks will say "Ho was a rich old gent." The Act of Incorporation of the Lake Superior Railroad. From tho St. Anthony News. The Pioneer of Sunday publishes the above act in full. As it interests our read ers deeply, we join tho following abstract of its provisions. Section 1. Incorporates Lyman Dayton, John McKintosh, Henry A. Swift, Rich ard Chute, Dwigh Woodbury, C. T. Stearns B. O. Hamlin, Leyi Butler, Thomas Clark, Sidney Luce, A. F. Harding and A. G-. Chatfield, of the State of Minnesota, Anson Bla...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 March 1861

iflfe -~-^~~-.--.. I ft I =3 S VO 4 ifb.i.ij OS ft.i.ij iwi. vi LOUIS DEMOCRAT wwasm aim WftCIOi THE WESTERN BANK OF THE •0 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, trrofixB THE STEAMBOAT TERwiT LANDING ft* e*py, ms yeas, $ 1,60 flvs seples, sns year, 6,26 e*» 10,00 Twenty sopiet, on* year, (end one Seh. »y extra to the getter up ef the 20,00 Fayaeat atari tavaalably bsmade in advance KATES OF ADVERTISING eeluma, on* year, $60,00 Keif eolumn, 85,00 9a*-feurth of a column 20,00 a sqaars, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Carde not over six lines, 6,00 Over six lines end under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents folio first Insertion, 40 oents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the BDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW 8 OHiOTJX), Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, aall or loan lend Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Real Estate. JAMBS MoKELVY, ATTQRNEl & COUNSELLOR AT LAW 8T. OLOITD, LoWer Tow...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 March 1861

$ss h»« npproprmtcd 70,000 acres of land to its support, and six hundred acres in each town ship for common schools. So, we Are likely to hare a good school system. At tho Winslow House you may consider whether you will go up by boat or stage and as you will want to see both routes better go up by stnge and come down by boat. Tho onrrent of tho river is vory rapid, and it will require thirty-mix hours to go by boat, while you can go up by stage in twelve and come down by boat in sis. Tho old military road made by tho U. S. runs up the oast side of the Mississi ppi from Fort Snelling, which lies be* twoen St. Paul and St. Anthony, to Fort Rip Icy lying nenfly two hundred miles above on the east side of tho viver. This is the beat fltngc road I have ever traveled. For the first twenty miles—that is up to Anoka at the mouth of Hum river tho country is broken.— There are numerous streams to cross and a good deal of up aud down grade, but the ground is sandy, mud scarce, and no rocks to ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 March 1861

of Red River. St. Joseph was formerly knewn as Pembina, and has 5,000 inhabi- tants who have a very desirable location bear die foot of the St. Joseph mountains. AU the cereals flourish there. Potatoes and other vegetables unsurpassed. While all the country west of the head of Red River is wonderfully adapted to grazing. It is now a great buffalo pasture, for tim- ber is scarce but no doubt these plains wjll soon be dotted with domestic cattle, for it is from the north-west that New York should get her beef via Lake Supe- rior. The Minnesota & Pacific Rail Road which will be finished as far north as St. Cloud in less than two years, is chartered to run on out to the head of Red River, and as the Superior road now chartered, will, in all probability connect, there will be from the pasture lands of Dacota to the head of Lake Superior but 3Q0 miles of read. This brings Dacota as near New Tork as Southern Illinois is now and as the Red Rirer beef and butter are the best in America, ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 March 1861

JANE 0. SWISSHBLM, PROPRIETOR. ez Thursday, Maroh 28th, 1861. VOliTXMIiEJ 3 3STO. 35 S a S The following artiole from the Rural Neic Yorker deserves a careful reading Eus. A N E W YORKER.—Sinc the publication of my article on Sorghum in your issue of Dec. 1st, 1 have received a host of letters—all from "Rural read ers,"—inquiring how I made Sugar.— These letters testify that the Rural is road from New Jersey to the extreme limit of Western Kansas, and also proclaim that Sorghum is not dead cast of the Mississip pi, the exulting assertion of your would-be Srophet correspondent in the Rural of fov., 1860, to the contrary, notwithstan ding. The following are among the ques tions proposed: What did your Evapo rator cost 'I What is its size and weight How much sirup or sugar will it make in a day What will an acre of cane pro duce of molasses or sugar When is the best time to plant tho cane, and how do you cultivate it? Is the Iniphee better than Sorghum? &c. I answer, First—My Evapo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 4 April 1861

"I YUL. CLOUD DEMOCRAT ICE ON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE waxasm mm. MILES ABOVE THE FALl S OF ,,„ ST. ANTHONY e«roiiT4 THE STEAMBOAT A E S E LANDING OOOO TERMS: oopy, one year, $ 1,60 ftvo espies, one year, 6,25 ft* 10,00 twenty ooples, ene year, (and one 2•»y, extra to tko getter up of the 20,00 Pa/fcentttMBtlntaaiably bemade in advance :.. RATES OF ADVERTISING $60,00 ootama, one year, $60,0 0 Half eolamn, 86,00 •no-fourth of a eolamn 20,00 One sioare, (ten lines or lets) one week, 1,00 Easiness Cards not over six lines, 5,00 Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first Insertion, 40 oents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the 1DITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW OHiOTTID, Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, •ell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase •r dispose of Real Estate. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW CLOTTID, Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, •ell Or...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 4 April 1861

'-^^r^"~^^f ftes She (SIoiul ipwcmt. JANE G. SWISS1IELM, EDITOR. Thursday, April 4th, *1861. Encouraging Rebellion. Wo have long been assured thai if we Abolitionists did not behave ourselves and •top talking, tho South would dissolve the Union and then, and then, and therowas to be the end of all things. No more mar rying and giving in marriage, no more rejoicings, no more prosperity, no more pop corn, cotton or consolation—nothing but the blackness ot darkness, dissolution and despair was to be our portion hereafter and forever. We had heard our doom so often that we began to take it for granted and go last November when South Carolina se ceded, and our river, almost as soon as tho news came, began to freeze up, we rather calculated we had been left out in the cold sure enough. Secessionists grew more de termined, and the weather grow colder Gccrgii and Alabama turned their backs upou us—and it grew colder and colder Two feet of ice on the river, and ono foot of snow over the enti...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 4 April 1861

Vi 1' IJOQAL 3S till s. New PntBi.—'The Mill company built two sew piers in (he Mississippi, outside of Boom Island. The bo»m will contain an immense •mount of logs. ASSAULT ASD BATTKKT.—Last week two neighbors on Jacob's Prairie became engaged in a quarrel concerning their children, when the father of one struck.the grandfather of the other on the head three times with au axe, injuriog him very severely. The assailant was arrested, brought to St. Cloud and com mittedtojail. He was, however, released on bail. -We are pleased to learn that our friend Robert Hamilton, of Little Fulls, has been ap pointed Post Master at that place. Mr. Ham ilton is a thorough, hard working Republican, and eminently deserving the appointment. —Prairio fives are beginning to appear on the east side of the river. —See the advertisement of A. T. Upham. Also, that headed "Lost." LIBRA itx MEETING.—At a meeting of the members of the Eyerett Library Association the trustees were directed to deliver the libra ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 4 April 1861

®b* Mil &nvH\QzmiM. JANtt'Ck SWISSHELM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, April 4th, 1061s "voxjTjnytE 3, usro. 36. continued from First Page. would come where they were seated.— When ho camo to them, however, they would sit close and expose Viva, as he stood, out of countenance to the whole au dience. When ho went toward the Lace demonians, who had noticed this affront to him, they rose up all to a man to re-sands ceive him. Tho Athenians being sudden ly touched with a sonso of tho Spartan vir tue and their own degeneracy, gave a thunder of applause, and the old manstimulate cried out, "The Athenians understand what is good, but the Lacedemonians practice it." And so, in these days, men aro more ready to applaud good acts than to perform them. I do most earnestly beseech every one to cultivate a taste for reading. Some have a natural fondness for reading while to many it seems at first likoa tax on their attention. I fit is now a task, tho habit if practiced a while, will become a delic io...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 11 April 1861

TOL a 0 S ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT f»FIOBON THE WESTER BANK OF THE BiiisraraN srm (I tflLES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, E-feurtk TUB 8TBAMBOAT LANDING eoce TERMS: fjft caff* O W five oeples, one year, $1,60 6,26 10,00 Twenty oopiet, one year, (end out «Of to the getter up of tbe IB. 20,00 Payment soft LetMlably bt made In advance EATB3 OF ADVIRTI8ING one year, $60,00 alf column, 85,00 ef a column 20,00 •fmare, (tea lines or lots) one week, 1,00 [BOM Cards not over six lines, 6,00 #»er aix Unas and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first issertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to tbe BDITOR. S STEPHEN MILLER. ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELLOR AT LAW BT. OLOTJD, Lower Town. WUl make collections, invest money, buy, •ell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase er dispose of Real Estate. IAMBS MoKELVY, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S OLOTJX), Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell er lean Land Warrants, and ent...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 11 April 1861

jrfKjpWBC 44 44 44 S S ftBr JANE O. SWISSIIELM, EDITOR. Thursday, April 11th, 1861. List of Discredited Banks. The St. Paul Bankers throw out the fol lowing bills: ILLINOIS. Agricultural Dank, Farm's B'k New Canton Farmers' Dnnk, of 111., Farm.s' & Traders' B'k, Alisann Bank, Am. Exchange Dank, Dunk of Albion, 44 Elgin, 44 Illinois, 44 Naperville, 44 1 coach ®he Jft. £tonl gfttpmii Frontier Dank, Garden State Dank, Grand Prairie Dank, Grayville Dank, Hampden Bank, Humboldt Bank, Illinois Stato Bank, Jersey County Dank, Kaskaskia Dank, Ashland, Aurora, Benton, Carmi, 44 Chester, Pike County, Lafayette Dank, Quincy, Lancaster Dank, Raleigh, Merch'ts' & Drov'rs' Dk, Southern 111., Mississippi River Dank theCom'nwealth Morgan County Dank, 44 Federal Union Naragansett Bank, 44 Metropolis, National Dank, New Market Dank, Tamct Dank, Republic Delvulere Dank, Canal Dnnk, Citizens' Dank. City Dank, Ottawa, Coin'rual B'k, N. H. Plowmini's Dank, Prairie State Dank, Railroad Dank, R«ed'...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 11 April 1861

about till morning, and then proceeded to sea. NORFOLK) April 9.—The Pawnee sails tomorrow for the South with sealed orders. It is said here that she landed 250 troops at Fort Monroe last night. MONTGOMERY, April 8.—A letter from Richmond says Major McCullough left last Wednesday for New Orleans. ST. A April 9.^—The Ocean Wave, first boat through Lake Pepin, arrived here last night at 9.30. Found little diff iculty in coming through, though the lake was full of ice. She will leave on Wednes day, when it is thought the lake will be clear. State News. —Seven persons were baptized at this place last Sunday by Rev. L. Palmer, pas tor of the Baptist Church.—Anoka Re publican. We learn that there are sixteen hundred barrels of flour stored in North & Carlls' warehouse, awaiting shipment as soon as the river opens. This state is fast devel oping its resources. In '56 we imported our breadstuff's, now we contribute towards feeding the world. Minnesota wheat now asserts its importance in...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 11 April 1861

Sbt JR. €\mi §tmml JANE 6 8WISSHELM, PROPRIETOR, Thursday, April 11th, 1861. C..." ""-,•'•'• ., 3j -as VOXjT7a4GB3 3 IfcTO. 37 THE BABIE. Nae ahoon to hide her liny tae, Nae stocking on her feet Her supple ankles white as anew, Or early blossoms sweet. Her simple dress of sprinkled pink, Her double dimpled chin, Her puckered lip and beamy mow, With na one tooth between. Her een, see like her mither's een, Two gentle, liquid things Her face is like an angel's faee— We're glad she has no wings. She is the budding o* our love, A giftie God gie'd us We inunnn luve the gift ow'r weeL 'Twad bo nae blessing thus. The Dead Baby. No bitter tears for thee be shed, Blossoms of being, seen and gone With tlowors alone we strew thy bed, O blest departed one! Whose all of life, a rosy ray, Dluehed into dawn and passed away. —Mi a. Hemuns. GALLANTUY AND COURAGE OP COLON KL S N E is O E A A I WITH TIIE QUEEN OF SPAIN.—Th Mac-a-cheek Press relates this instance of the courage nod gallantry of Col. Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 18 April 1861

I VOL TTCGII & a 8WI88HELH, a CLOUD DEMOCRAT tffllOION TUB WESTERN BANK OF THE WBBBBOXl B1TOL HILS3 ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, W THB BTBAMBOAT .LANDING 'OOOO TERMS: E mm ooe fear, $ 1,60 #•»!••, ene year, 6,25 10,00 twenty oopftee, one year, (and on* tfff V« Uw S«tter up ef the I S 20,00 I tnvWably bemade In advance BATB3 OP ADVERTISING on year $60,00 lalf elumn, 85,00 {**-r*nrth of eolnmn 20,00 i* if tare, (ten lines or lees) one week, 1,00 •siaeis Cards not over six lines, 6,00 •/rer six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first Insertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the IDITOB. S E E N I E ATTORNIT a COUNSELLOR AT LAW 6 OXJOTJID, Lower Town. W1U make collections, invest money, buy, •ell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase •r dispose of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S O O Lower Town. Will Bake collections, invest money, buy, •ell orleanLand Warrants, andenter, purc...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 18 April 1861

JJK^f."- nr "-rifr""iiir' I *x ®h* JRt (Rlaurt gl emamt JANE 0. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thuieday, April 18th, 1861. WSSSSESSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSB^S Work, Words, War. fStitor St. Clovd Democrat Once on a time, two young gentlemen were rival candidates for the band of an accom plished young lady, and an heiress. The prize was deemed worthfightingfor, and so a challenge waa given and accepted. The sec onds were chosen, and arrangements made, up to the matter of selecting weapons. This being left to the one who was known to be un skilled in the use offirearms,was a somewhat perplexing matter. But after due deliberation he was asked his decisiou, and answered, to the great chagrin of his antagonist, "goose quills." If the present age has advantages superior to former ones it is chiefly in this: That every man (and woman too) has aright to think and speak and write and print what soever he may see fit. Speaking and printing takes the place offighting,or is rather anoth er mode mode of fighti...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 18 April 1861

8ke Jit Mntd Htmattat. JANE G. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. jgp* We owe our readers an apology for occupying our space tbis week with twaddling about windy religion when there is to much of intetest to talk about but that matter was in type before the war news came. Then two long tax lists came which we had contracted to publish, and which were kept back by the dilatoriness of Cjunty officers until it was impossible with double our usual force, to get them both worked off in supplements and leave room for our usual matter. But our tele* graphic ncwa needs no comment. Once more Slavery has plunged us into a bloody war. We trust that in this strife the friends of Freedom will see to it that the Cause of all our National feuds shall die the death appointed to all systems of iniquity. TIIK SOUTHERN REBELLION.—Pursu- ant to a ca}\, a large number of our citizens met at Wilson's Hall on Thursday evening April 1?, to take measures to form a com- pany to sustain the government in the piesent crisis. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 18 April 1861

I r. CferjPt tiM §immt. 5C= JANE 0. SWISSIIELM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, April 18th, 1861. S O I E 3 3STO. 3 S ADVERTISEMENTS. HARD TIMES IttJLXJis EASIy GOOD NEWS FOR THE UNEMPLOYED. 1000 CHANCES TO MAKE MONEY ONE MILLION DOLLARS WORTH or WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVER-PLATED WARE, to bo disposed of on an entirely new and ORIGINA PLA N !!. 3,50 0 AGENT S WANTE All persons desirous of securing an Agency in this NEW ENTERPRISE Should send on their names at once, en closing a three cent stamp to pay postage, and receive by return of mail A PREMIUM OATALOO-TJE Containing O UR IND VCEMENTS Which afford A RARE CHANCE TO MAKE ONEY without risk, together with FULL PARTICULARS Relative to this N O E I -A. 2ST I To insure prompt and satisfactory dealings, direct all orders to GEORGE G. EVANS, 439 Chestnut st, Philadelphia, Pa J. 0. a H. 0. BURBANK & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I A IX GROCERIES, DRY-COODS, HAT8 A CAPS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, I3LAJE&I3^r.AJR,:E!, BOOTS & SHOES. 8TORAGE, FORW...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 18 April 1861

*m ii i, IOS- .8 "i ABBS AST OXWDNEWRFORTHR UNEMPLOYED. 1W0 CHANCES TO MAKE MOWKY '•&(£ MILLION DOLLARS WOETH Of rMM to be disposed of on an entirely BOW a -a a 5 0 0 A O N 8 W A N E All persons deeirous of securing an NEW ENTERPRISE BhouM send o* their nanus at onoe, en eloeing a three oent stamp to pay postage, and receive by return of mail O-A-T-AuL O 0- Containing j,, OCR INDUCEMENTS Whioh afford "3 .d N4Jfcc? CHANCE TO MAKE without risk, together with »L i'j 5' Vs FULL PARTICULARS ,. ,.-• la I A Relative to thte 3ST O 4 I 35T I }t aad satisfactory dealings, O.EYANS^^ Chestnut it, Philadelphia, Pa J.0.kH,tt *Dfc* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL nneunata fiMllE 0*1 DRY-GOODS, HAT8 ft CAPS. .'":' "--YOU: READY-MAD E WkWXl CLOTHING, JBEATE^DW:A •R/B, BOOTS & SHOES. 8T0BAGB, FORWARDING ft COMMISSION AND Agents for HUDSON'S BA CO., NORTH WESTERN EXPRESS CO., •OFFTfS• rtTHT THRESHIM WCHJIE, JftanfJ A SAINT CWUD.MINNESOTAv-: J? a it u.y .y JgLy 4. Corner Washington STenne aad Cliff street...

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