ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: St. Cloud Democrat Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,641 items from St. Cloud Democrat, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,641 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 30 May 1861

E MJU^U »it* JftMS a 8WI88HELS, A N 1» S3W S a 9K I ti N I *l 8T CLOUD DEMOCRAT ernes on THB WESTERN BANK OF THE Xiinumx Bi 00 MILES ABOVB THB FALLS OP ST. ANTHONY, OtfWWlTI THB STEAMBOAT LANDING SOCO TERMS: Ow oeetjr, *a« jt»r, $ 1,50 FITS eepies, eao year, 6,26 fta 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one •any extra to the getter up of the eU», 20,00 Payaest muit invaaiably bemade inadvance BATES OF ADVERTISING One solum*, one year, Half column, One-fourth of a column Ope •e.aaro, (ten lines or lessl one week, Business Cards not over six urea, Orer six linen and under ten, Witt make collections, latest money, buy, toll orlean LandWarrants, and enter, purchase or dispose of Beal Estate W A I & E Vflert in Foreign and Domettic Exchange, tTEEP Land Warrants constantly on hand and for sale at a small advance from New York prices. Collections made, Exchange A rawn atthelowestenrrentrates,Taxespaid, Ac. St. Cloud, July 28th, 1860. aug2-3m E O. A- N O S E (Late ot St. Anthony,) fTOUIE...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 30 May 1861

aammm 9lii jPt (Etom §tmmt JANK U. aWlSSHELM, EDITOR. ar.-.—==, Thursday, May 80th, 1861. "Forever float that standard ihtet! Where breathet the foe but falls before us, With freedom's sotl beneath our feet, At Freedom't banner streaming o'er us.'" Wanted—An Apology. We have recicved the follow!ng through tho Post Office: Mas. SwtssHsui.—The friends of T. C. Mc Clure unite with him and dcmaud an immedi ate- apology tor that slanderous attack in your laat paper your interest demands it. Ir YOU ABB WISE YOU Wit J. MAKE IT. A word to the wise, &c. "Tho friends of T. C. McClure, —,"—rather an imposing list of names If any one doubts it represent* ing all the talent and influence of the place, let such doubter read the Directory. Of course we must yield to the Vox Pop* ufi and furnish the article in demand. Webster says an apology is "an excuse something said or written in defence or extenuation of what appears to others wrong or unjustifiable." Mr. McClure's friends think our attack...

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. — 30 May 1861

O A USTIErWS. MsKTING.—Last week the Volunteer Company formed here previous to the call for thrco yeara' service, met and appointed the following Committee to receive the names of all auch as might desire to join the company: Miles Brown, Curtis andC. C. Vanderburg. the mgny. recruits taken to On account of fill the First Begiaeat, it is hardly probable a full com pany can bo organised here. WfMjcT.—Immense piles of wheat are constant!/ on the levee awaiting transpor tation. Tho Enterprise has made tri weekly trips loaded to the utmost with grainyand yet but comparatively a small portion has been taken away. Qood pri ces arb paid in gold for wheat in St. Cloud. Two MEN DROWNED.—On last Thurs day evening as two men were attempting to take a shingle raft over Sauk Rnp ds, it went to pieces, and tbe men immediate ly disappeared. They were, without doubt, drownded and fiom the character of the rapids it would be almost an utter impossibility for persons iu their situation to have escape...

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. — 30 May 1861

the Ctoit A tmmt JANE 0 8WISSHELM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, May 80th, 1801. ITOXiTJMIB 3 2JTO. TELEGRAPHIC. ALEXANDRI A OCCUPIED FEDERAL TROOPS. ALSO, ARLINGTON HEIGHTS. COL ELLSWORTH SWOT. HIS ASSASSIN MTOHETED ON THE SPOT WASHINGTON, May 23.—[Sp«oial to Time*.] The army start! Southward to night. The New York 7th, 12th andSTSP1ISN 69th and Rhode Island Brigade folded up their tents to night, and to-morrow morn ing will be on the sacred soil of Virginia. They probably will take up their quarters on Arlington Heights, where they will throw up their works. They took provi sions in their knapsacks for a four days campaign. The Fire Zouaves move to night down the river five miles, to a point opposite Alexandria. They were over joyed when they received this glimpse of fight An advance has been made to the mouth of the Potomac acqueduet at Georgetown. The New York Seventh was among the troops, and after several hours' march, oc cupied a.point between the bridge and Columbia Spring on the Wa...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 June 1861

ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE ON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE ill IfiJfiSXeliaXirXX XtX JGIU 00 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING TERMS One copy, one year, $ 1,50 Five copies, one year, 6,'25 Ten 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and on« copy extra to the getter up of the club, *,00 Payment must invaaiably be made in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING One aolumn, one year, $00,00 Half column, One-fourth of a column One square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 5,00 Wver 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 EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW S CLOTTX), Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW ST O O Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, M11 or loan ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 June 1861

35k* (Btoudi glemtwiit m1"1 -s JANH 0. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thursday, June 6th, 1861. "Forever float that ttandard iheetl Where breathe* the foe but fall* be/ore t«, With Freedom'* toil beneath our feet, And Freedom't banner streaming o'er us.'" We, therefore invite them to meet at the Everett School House on Saturday evening at 6 o'clock, to make arrange ments. N in is W a and South ern a We copy elsewhere several extracts from Southern papers showing the estimate the Southern powers place upon the coopera tion of colored men. That from the Southern Confederation should bring the blush of shame to the cheek of any, white American. These men whose fathers stood shoulder to shoulder with our fath ers in fighting the battles of our common country, have been proscribed, driven from their homes, subjected to fines and imprisonments, sold into perpetual slavery and denied all the rights of manhood, un der the government for whose establish ment and defence they gallantly fought.— It no won...

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. — 6 June 1861

O A IsIJiJWS. BRASS BAND This band, which is under the instruction of Mr. Seibert, of the Great Western Band, St. Paul, is ma king good progress. It consists of nine 'instruments. Mr. S. informs us that they will be able to perform pieces quite cred itably in a short time. GUIST MILL—The grist mill at Hock ville, in this county, is in active operation, and turns out a good quality of flour. It will be a great accommodation to the pco of Sauk Valley. SOLDIERS.—On last Saturday morning Company A, Gapt. Wilkin, passed up oncount the East side of the river for Ft. Ripley. Fourteen government teams were used in their transportation. Lieut. Zierenberger and Orderly Sergeant King spent the even ing with some of their friends in Saint Cloud. RECOMMITTED.—Jonathan Woll, who was arrested some time since for shooting at and wounding W. H. Stewart, of Maine Prairie, and released on bail, was rearrest ed last Monday, his bail having withdrawn their bonds. It was suspected that Jona than purposed...

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. — 6 June 1861

SEft Jft ©toud gftiwtttit JANE 0. 8WISSHELM, PROPRIETOR. so in to S a It seems to us that no greater insult could be offered to tho government of the United States than tho seizure of tho col ored men in our naval service found on board tho steamer Star of the West, and .selling them into shivery. A report of Quartermaster McGrath gives tho names of two—one of them, Levi Mann, about fifty years of age, and the other, Walter Goodyear, aged about thirty—tho latter having a wife and family in New York, and the former also the Quartermaster believes. They were hur ried off to the auction-block without cer emony, and, in spite of entreaty and re monstrance, disposed of to the highest bidder. The motivo alledged for depriv ing their liberty was as mean and sordid as tho act was attrociously tyranical— the poor follows were sold to defray the expense of sending out to the free States the rest of the crew, when it was found they could not be bribed to enter the rebel service' It is to be ob...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 13 June 1861

VOL. •.•• .,,!•*—"7*" a ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT ©FFICKON THIS WESTERN BANK OF wiwasm BOTTHE MILES A O E E A S O ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING oooo TERMS OB* copy, one year, $ 1,60 Five copies, one year, 6,46 Tea 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and ene •epjr extra to the fetter up of the •lib, 20,00 Payment must iavaaiably be made in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING On* eolumn, one year, $60,00 Ualf column, 35,00 One-fourth of a eolumn 20,00 One square, (ten lines or lets) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over nix lines, 6,00 Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first Insertion, 40 eents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the E I O a S E E N I E A TTORNKY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S O Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Real Estate. A S E I ATTORNEl & COUNSELLOR AT LAW ST. OIJOIXD, Lower Town. Vfill make collections, invest mone...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 13 June 1861

JANE 0. SWISSHELMJE^IToS Thuisday Jun j3th, 18Q1. "•Forever float that standard sheet.' Where breathes thi-foe bat falls before its, With Freedom's sail beneath our feet, Atui freedom's banner streaming o'er us!" Our Correspondence. We call attention to our important cor respondence, of this week. Indian panic mongers, and those who have been alarm ed by their talcs are especially referred to the excellent letters from G. W. Northup Mr. N. has spent his time, for many years, pnneipally, amongst the Sioux. He is thoroughly acquainted with their language and habits. His integrity and intelli gence aro unquestionable, and his opin ion must be conclusive, with all who know anything of the man. His letter is opportune, and we trust he will keep us informed of tha state of affairs in that re gion and save our people from being mado dupes of idle panic-mongers. iv a in Of the eight slaves who first came to (Jen. Butler's camp, one was an old Meth odist class-leader. They eagerly enquired w...

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. — 13 June 1861

II wm*Mm bers of the most influential men in the country arc here, urging the Government to accept one hundred thousand addition al troops. The President and Cabinet are disouss ing the amount to be asked for when Cou ress me^ts. $150,000,000 will probably the sum required to carry on the war.Unfortunate A gentleman who arrived here to-day direct from New Orleans, says in regard to the entire commerce of the South, that it is in a most wretched and frightful condition. He says the States which will suffer the most will be Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. He was in Galveston on the 15th of May. If the blockade be rigidly cu faced the people of Texas will starve to •death. "When he left there bacon was 25 cents per pound, flour at 18 dollars per barrel, and a very limited supply at that. They were then almost wholly dependent on New Orleans for the means of subsis tence. When that source of supply is cut off, they will be in an awful condition. WASHINGTON, June 7.—Offers have been, m...

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. — 13 June 1861

AD VERTISEMENTS. DB.T}C3" STOB E MARLATT & SIMS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBUGGISTS DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH E N I N E A E N E BURNING-FLUID, ALCOHOL, LARD AND COAL OILS, Ac. t£c tfcc. tfcc. t&~ Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded at all urs-^jfcg St. Cloud, May 3, 1860. ly MILLINERY! 000 MRS. A. L. PERKINS Has just rceived from N E W O A N S A A CnOICE ASSORTMENT OF I I N E GOODS Embracing Straw and Silk Bonnets, Toung Ladies' Boulevard's, Misses Rollos, Ladies' Cotildas, Eurekas, Zouaves, Bonnet Silks and Ribbons, Flowers, Blonds, Laces, Fringes, Straw Trimmings, Dress Trimmings, Moire Antiques, English and French Crapes,. together with a large variety and full assort ment of minor articles belonging to the trade. BSEF Rooms on Washington avenue, in the building lately occupied by Mr. Atwater. JfiT* Goods opened on Wednesday morning, May 1st. St. Cloud, April 31st, 1861. v3n40-3m J. C. & H. C. BURBANE & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS I S GROCERIE...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 June 1861

1 (j S\ ITBttt. US I ,i— a SB I T. CLOUD DEMOCRAT' ©FFICBON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE VlUIIlim BXV3Q 99 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT One copy, one year, $ 1,60 Fire eopies, one year, 6,25 Ten 10.00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one copy ettru to the getter up of the olub, 20,00 Payment must inraaiably bemade in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, $G0,00 Half column, 85,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 Ones^aare, (ten lines or lets) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 6,00 Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Adyertising: Sixty cents a folio first insertion, 40 cents all subsequent iusertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S O O Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, *jll or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase •ov dispose of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S OXaOTJID, Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money,...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 June 1861

"oJS, ®k (Bbnti fitmomt «c JANE G. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thursday, June 20th, 1861. "Forever float that standard sheet! Where breathes the foe but falls before US, With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us 'Hardened His Heart' ••Thus suith the Lord. Let my people go thai they may Berve me. But Pharoah har dened his heart, and would not let the people go." Let any one read over the history of the labors of Moses in Egypt and its result in bringing deliverance to a nation of slaves and look back at the Anti-Slavery efforts in this country since the Reformed Pres byterians, in the year 18U0, 61 years ago, issued the call from her Synod, "Let the people go!" and the analogy is very stri king between our laud and that of Egypt. Pharaoh held his slaves for his own benefit, lorbidding them to worship God except as ho chose to dictate. The Amer ican slave power holds its slaves for its benefit, forbidding the use of bibles, en forcing penal enactments against...

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. — 20 June 1861

_~_ t* The News. W refer our readers to our news col- umns. A no telegraphic despatches were received at S Paul on Saturday aud Mon day, the account of the evacuation of Har- per's Ferry is rather imperfect—we mere- ly receiving the latter end of the affair. From various despatches in the Chica- go papers it appears that Gov. Jackson, after his vaunting call for 50,000 men, fled, pursued by Col. Lyon. Provoking. The mails came up last night minus the S Paul dailies, and we arc compelled to go to press without the latest telegraph- ic news. LoaXxTii J± s. To1' Ffi'SittixiNG.—The Editor took Enterprise yesterday for Ft. Snelling. the Enterprise yesterday for Ft Snelling She will bo absent a week. OFFERED.—On last Monday, Captain Xraey^wrote to Governor Ramsey, offering the St. Cloud Guards, 70 men, to serve in either of the forts. I will doubtless be accepted. IMPROVEMENTS.—Men and teams are at work grading 1st Avenue, River Street and the Ferry road in Lower Town, and Washington Aven...

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. — 20 June 1861

AD VERTISEMENTS. JDttU STORE ITARLATT & SIMS, WHOLESALE ANDJRETAIL PBTJO-aiSTS DEALERS IN PAINTS, .OILS, VARNISH A S S O E N I N E A E N BURNING-FLUID, ALCOHOL, A A N COAL OILS, Ac. &c., Ac. ifcc. Physicians' prescriptions compounded at all hours" St. Cloud, May 3, 1860. accurately MILLINERY! -ooo- MRS. A. L. PERKINS Has just rceived from N E W O A N S A A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF I I N E O O S Embracing Straw and Silk Bonnets, Young Ladies' Boulevard's, Misses Rollos, Ladies' Cotildaa, Eurekas, Zouaves, Bonnet Silks and Ribbons, Flowers, Blonds, Laces, Fringes, Straw Trimmings, Dress Trimmings, Moire Antiques, English and French Crapes, together with a large variety and full assort ment of minor articles belonging to the trade. 'W8Sm Booms on Washington avenue, in the building lately occupied by Mr. Atwater. Goods opened on Wednesday morning, May1st St. Cloud, April 81st, 1861. v3n40-3m J. 0.fcH. 0. BURBANK & 00., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALEBS I S GROCERIES, DRY-GOODS HAT S ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 27 June 1861

•*5S !.»-»"-*».w- i.ij ..V.VV'-T.T t- r*'.e.lU ill'. I Itij -••.1..J7 -'30'-, jgPF BFICECLOUD -r-^c* ra LTLJ JA O. SWISSHBLM, T. bfeMOCRAT ON TH» WBSTBEN: 1ANK OF THE HEUa&tt rain do MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSttB THE STEAMBOAT LANDING TEAMS: l,f»0 6.25 10,00 One copy, one year, Fire copies, oneyear, 'Ten Twenty copies, one year, (and one copy extra to the getter up of the club, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably be made in advance HATES OF ADVERTISING One eotumn, oneyear, $00,00 Half column, 35,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten Hues or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over .six lines, 5,00 Oyer six lines and, under ten, 7,00 Legal yidrertisirtg: Fifty cents a ftlio first insertion, 30 cents alii subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAV,' S O I Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Real "Est...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 27 June 1861

i—• Thuisday, ffgggS— -xf ?hc ^t. (ElouA §OMrntt JANE 0. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. June 27th, 1861. ''Forever float that standard sheet.' Where breathes the foe but falls be/ore us, With Freedom's sod beneath our feet, Ar.d Freedom's banner streaming o'er us .'" The Editor. The Editor has not yst returned Our readers will thus be enabled to account for the general lack of editorial. N Telegraphic No telegraphic despatches were received at SL Paul yesterday. Summary. It is estimated that the expense of sus taining the army and navy is $1,000,000 pei day. The N. Y. Times commenting on this, nays:—Largo as is the probable sum, the loyal people of the United States are quite ablo to meet it, and will no more hesitate to incur the charge than an affec tionate father would cavil at the cost of a ladder required to effect the escape of his child from the roof of a burning dwelling. It is said that the Marshall House in Alexandria, where the brave Ellsworth was murdered, is almost a ruin. Relic se...

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. — 27 June 1861

"fr, XIOO-AJL lETJfeiiWS. —The newly-graded streets, 1st Ave* nue and River street, have been covered with a layer of brick dust, broken bricks and soil, and are very greatly improved. —0. A. Oilman, of Sauk Rapids, has received the appointment of Receiver at the St. Cloud Land Office. The appoint ment is a very good and satisfactory one. ?t 't* 1 1 4 EXHIBITION.—The young ladies of the St. Cloud Institute will perform on the evening of the 4th of July a patriotic drama entitled "The Dream of Liberty"— not 'The Drama of Liborty" as printed on' the post bills. Tickets of admission 25 cents each, the proceeds to be used for school fixtures. We hope to see the house crowded, as without doubt it will be. BARGES.—It is said that barges will be run between this place and St. Anthony during the summer, for transporting wheat. A good move. —Ot. W. Curtis and family, of Saint Louis, are stopping at the Stearns House. Mr. Curtis is well known to many of our eitisens. —New planks have been lai...

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. — 27 June 1861

I A D1 'KR TISEMENTS. I 3D Tt X) 0 S3 0?O' IR, 33 MARUTT & SIMS, WHOLESALE AND .RETAIL B'TJG' GISTS DEALERS IN PAINTS, 'OILS, VARNISH TURPENTINE, CAMPHENE BURNING-FLUID, ALCOHOL, LARD AND COAL OILS, Ac. fv., tt?C. it'C. TTiysieians' prescriptions accurately compounded at all hcuvs=®8[ St. Cloud, May 3, 1860. ly MILLINERY! -OOO' MRS. A. L. PERKINS lias just rccived from N E W O A N ST A A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OV I I N E O O S Embracing Straw and Silk Bonnets, Young Ladies' Boulevard's, Misses Rollos, Ladies' Cotildas, Eurckas, Zouaves, Bonnet Silks and Ribbons, Flowers, Blonds, Laces, Fringes, ,. Straw Trimmings, Dress Trimmings, Moire Antiques,' English and French Crapes, together with ft large variety and full assort ment of minor articles belonging to the trade. $&$*• Rooms on Washington avenue, in the building lately occupied by Mr. Atwater. J5^° Goods opened on Wednesday morning, May 1st. St. Cloud, April 31st, 1861. v3n40-3m J, C. & H. G. BURBANK & CO, WHOLESALE AN...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
x
Loading...
x
x