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More Depredations—Five Men
Killed by a Motly Gang of Indians and Mexicans. —It again becomes our duty to record the report of the perpe tration of another scene of bloodshed and plunder, which, if our information be true, would more resemble the work of finds incarnate than human men. We are informed by a gentleman just arrived in town, that, on the evening of the 10th inst., a gang of about 40 men, consisting of Mexicans and Indians, attacked a par ty of seven Americans, who were en camped at a lake called Campacuas ; five of those at the cam)) are said to have been murdered, and all their property ta ken into Mexico. Two of the men, for tunately, were on the margin of the lake shooting ducks at the time, and they suc ceeded in making their escape. These robbers and murderers are said to have crossed the river some forty miles above this place, on Friday, the 7th inst., and a detachment of them openly recrossed it again soon after perpetrating their hellish deed, bearing with them, as troph es, the right hand of each of their slaughtered victims, while the remainder of the sava ges coolly encamped on the ground where the massacre occurred, expecting no doubt, another feast of blood from those whom them deemed absent from the camp, and would probably return unsus picious of danger. An effort has been made, as we learn, to raise sufficient men to repair to the ground and bury the dead, but such con sternation prevails among the thinly scat tered settlements, that no one can be in duced to move beyond the precincts of his own habitation—and even there he is in hourly expectation of being murdered or plundered,and we have no government troops here of a nature to pursue and punish these fiends—though if we had, they would have re-crossed the line and been under tbe protection of Mexico long before the best mounted troops could reach the place of carnage. There we have no law to reach them.—Browns ville ( Texas,) Flag, May 15. GE.V FRANKLIN TIERCE. Gen. Franklin Pierce was born in New Hampshire, about the year 1805, and is not far from 47 years old.' His father, the late Benjamin Pierce, was a revolu tionary officer, and Governor of New Hampshire in 1827. Franklin was a graduate of Bowdoin College, in Maine, and afterwards studied law. After being a member of the Legislature for one term, and Speaker for another, lie was elected a member of Congress in 1833, and re elected in 18." 5. He was elected U. S S<n:tor in 1837, but failed to distinguish himself at all, and resigned in 184*2, and returned to the practice of law. When the Mexican war broke out, lie was ap pointed Colonel in ihe New England reg iment, and soon afier Brigadier General. He followed Gen. Scott to Mexico, serv ing faithfully, without winning any spe cial distinction, over most others in sim ilar command. In politics, Mr. Pierce is of the Old Hunker sect. In his second Congress ional term lie distinguished himself by his hostility to river and harbor improve ments. In June, 183 G, he voted against the Delaware break-water bill, and for other similar improvements, which bill Gen. Jackson signed a few days after.— This only illustrates bis systematic course on this subject. He is opposed to all improvements of roads, rivers and harbors, by tbe Federal Government, and stands committed against them on the journals of the House, positively and repeatedly.— In the event of his election, in obedience to his rule, lie would veto all bills pre sented to him, having for their object the improvement of our river and harbors. Hi s most clabora'e speech in the Senate was against the bill for the relief of Mrs. H arrison, tbe widow of the lamented Gen eral.—Gal. Jldv. The Contemplated Meagher Ova tion. —Frequent meetings are being held by the count ryinen and admirers of Thom as Francis Meagher, the Irish exile, for the purpose of making the necessary ar rangements for a grand public reception, in conjunction with the Irish Directory and the Common Council. Mr. Meagher is at present rusticating with a friend at Glen Cove, where he intends remaining for several days. The enthusiasm cn voked by his arrival in this city, pervades all classes of his fellow-countrymen, and it is probable that a magnificent ovation will be arranged.— JVeto York Express, 3d. A New Ikvestiox.— A gentleman near Louisville, Ky., has applied the telegraph to an entirely and unique use. He has nearly completed an invention for music as it is played upon the pianoforte, the notes upon the sheet being produced as fast, and to the exact time, as the keys are touched by the performer. Strakossh has offered him SIO,OOO for the patent right, when the model is finished. A farmer of Liverpool, Medina coun ty, informs us that on the 3d of May he planted sixteen acres of corn, which is now knee high and looking finely. He attributes its growth to the fact that he three times ridged it north and south without cross plowing, thus protecting it from being drowned out by the heavy rains.— Cleveland Herald. Election or Bishops.—A dispatch from Boston to the editor of the Indiana Journal, states that Matthew Simpson, Edward R. Ames, Levi Scott, and O. C. Biker, have been elected Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church by the Gen eral Conference now in session in that city. One of these is to supply the place of Bishop Hedding, deceased; another that of Bishop Hamline, resigned on ac count of ill health; the others, we presume, have been added in consequence of the increase of membership in the church, and the rapid extension of our Territory. The Philadelphia Inquirer says, “ Ole Bull, in his recent visit to Washington, succeeded in purchasing about 80,000 acres, and is now taking measures to bring over a Norwegian colony. Ole Bull himself intends t 0 settle in the Slate of Virginia, where he has also purchased some lands, and is about shortly to make arrangements for an early occupation of them.” Galena Bank.— We learn that Mr. Langdon, the gentleman who is to take charge of the Banking institution—notice of which was filed in the County Clerk’s office some months since—has arrived in town, and will soon make arrangements for the commencement of the business.— Galena Jldv. Lady Franklin has written a pathet ic and excellent letter to President Fill more, expressing her gratitude for what has already been done by the Government for the rescue of her husband, and ear nestly asking further aid. The American whaling fleet of New England is composed of six hundred and fifty vessels, and gives employment to over twenty thousand persons. Appointments.— The President has appointed Samuel Stepley, of Ohio, Jus tice of the Supreme Court of Utah, and John 11. Adams, of Massachusetts, Con sul at Singapore. Death of Frederick A. Hall.— The eastern papers announce the deatli of Frederick A. Hall, a son of the Post master General, aged 16. He died of erysipelas, at Andover, Mass., where he had been attending school, and was a boy of fine promise. His mother was with him when he died, but his father did not reach Andover in season. One of their children died at Washington, when Mr. Hall was in Congress, and another in Buffalo, soon alter their return. They have now but two children living. Bank at Freeport. —The DixonTele grapli announces, that James Mitchell, Esq., and others, are about to establish a Bank in Freeport, to be called the Ste phenson County Bank. Its issues are to be based upon a deposit of Illinois stocks. Capital stock $50,000. A CARD. The undersigned, passengers on the West Newton, on her last trip from Ga lena to St. Paul, feel it a duty which we owe to the traveliig public to say, that while on board tiic West Newton, they have received every attention which could be required. Captain Scribe Harris, the Pioneer of steamboat Navigators on this part of the Mississippi river, is well known for his skill, vigilance and uniformly polite con duct as a commander, and is well sup ported by his present efficient corps of officers. They have found the fare, speed and accommodations, of the West Newton, of the first order, unequalled by any boat in this growing and important trade ; and therefore unite, most cordial ly, in recommending Captain Harris’ craft to the business and traveling public —assurred that a generous discrimination in favor of fair and honorable competi tion is particularly due to him. The “ W. N.” is the only packet that gives the taveler the opportunity to view the scenery of Lake Pepin by day-light. In relation to the speed of the West Newton, we pledge ourselves to the. fol lowing statement: The W. N. left the piers of the Galena bridge precisely 48 minutes al'ter the Nominee left the same point, and arrived at Dubuque just 5 minutes al'ter her—beating her time 43 minutes in 30 miles, and gaining upon her 7 miles in that distance. Our time between Galena and St. Paul, including stopages, was 35 hours 40 minutes. Mrs. Jenette Hamilton, Dubuque, lowa. Mrs. Cornelia Andrews, “ “ Rev. Mr. Hamilton, “ “ Win. Andrews, “ “ Chas. Sweeney, Ed. Jeff., Galena, 111. 11. D. La Cossitt, Ed. Enq., Muscatine, la. N. M. McCormick, Ed. Jour., “ “ A. G. Bracket, Ed. Adv., Rock Island, 111. Ezra Moulton, Ed. Sentinel, Monroe,\\ is. Dr. T. Y. Banister, St. Louis, Mo. A. O. Warfield, Muscatine, lowa. G. D. Gardner, McGregor, lowa. Jno. D. Bean. Columbus, Ohio. W. Adams, Mass. Richard Moore, Clyriyn, Ta. S. E. Shalluck, Jefferson, Wis. N. tl. Vandyke, Rock, Co., Wis. S. M. Pelton, Warwick, N. Y. H. Reynolds, England. P. W. Crawford, Dubuque, lowa. S. B. Goldsbury, “ “ J. Oglibv, “ “ E. C. Peck, Jannon, England. Dr. L. P. Higbce, Madison, Wis. A. Lochner, Prescott, Wis. Daniel Baker, “ “ Mrs. Janson, Norway. “ Chuck. “ “ Butolf, “ S. Ford, Baltimore. Md. Jones Peebles, New Diggins, Wis. W. S. Byrne, Galena, 111. St. Paul. June 16, 1852. Summer Arrangement ! 18 5 2. ST- PAUL and St. Anthony Falls, k tbr.-e Daily Stages, leaving each place at 7 o’clock A. M., 12 J*. aiol 4 P. M. COACHES AND TEAMS Will b rt at the land.ng, on the arrival ot Steamboats at Saint Paul. Also, a Dally Line of Stairs between Saint Panl and Stillwater. £3* An extensive Livery BtaMe at the corner of Fourth and Roberts streets. Particular attention gtven to the accommodation of Pleasure Parties, uj>on liberal terms. WILLOUGIIHV &. POWERS. GALENA AND ST. LOUIS FRIDAY PACKET. '1 HE entirely new and splen- ■ fi^y•. -A did Passenger Packet It R U NETT E - Charles Barger, Master, will leave ..a lor >t. Ixmis and intermediate ports, every Friday evening at six o’ch*ck j returning, will leave St. Louis' every Tuesday evening at four •-’clock. taking the Nominee from St. Paul, wi»l always arrive at Catena in time for the Brunette, and will have no delay in going below £3* The BRUNETTE is second to n-.ne in her arrange ments and accommodations for the comfort and safety of Paß.>engers; and, for speed is not equalled by any boat on the Upper Mississippi. STILLMAN &. ROOD, 3fl-5m Agents. f j HE Diplomatic and Official Papers of L Pauid Webster. I.EDLC & ROHRER. Lectures on shakspeare, By IJ. X. Hudson. LeDUC fc ROHKEH. A ETON LOCKE/Tailor and PoetT^n ‘ Autoblugracby. LeDUC fc ROHKEH. A^EAST —A Problem—by Author of A “Alton Lockc.” LeDUC & ROUKEIt L NORTH-WESTERN BOOK STORE. Joseph N. Wajsjoner, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, No. 93 Main Street, four story Brick Corner, Galena, lit. 13-Agency for the sale of superior Printing Galena, May 22. 36-y GOVERNMENT ROAD CONTRACTS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be re t'-' ceived by the undcr-sU ned l! rough the p. .’-office, mi 10 o’clock, A. M. on the 16tb of July next, for opening anti constructing so much ui the POINT DOUGLABB ANI) ST. LOUIS RIVER ROAD, as is embraced in the following Sections, viz: 1. T-ie Ravine Section near Stillwater , ext tiding from the 21st mile station near Capt. HolCombe s >,to the 2ltu lul.e station within the liml.s of Stillwater, a distance oi 3 tudes. 2. The St. Croix Falla Section , extending from the 66th mile station within the limits of Taylor’s Falls, to the 64th mile station, 2 miles above the Head of the Rap Ms—a distance of 8 miles. 3. The Sunrise River Section , extending from the 61th mile station to the 73d mile station, near and south of Sun rise river, a distance of 9 miles. The following are the general specifications according to which the road will be built: 1. It will be opened lOJ feet wide; that is, all trees, brush, Stc., are to be cut down wiihiu this width. 2. All shrubs, brush, and trees oi whatever size that may be found standing on a centre strip of 6J feet in width, to be cut down or grubbed up to at least 9 inches below the surface of the soil; and ail impediments to the easy and safe mo: ion of wheel carriages, to be removed from said centre strip. 3. In all places or low, wet ground, a good, solid and sutliciently high embanked roadway, of at least twenty feet In width on top, to be mate of good, firm, dry material, earth or gravel, and w here required, of logs covered with earth oi gravel. 4. 4 In places where the road Is made on a side hill the drive way to be at least 18 feet wide ou top, with a good ditch ou the upper side, and such cross culverts and side ditches as win protect the road from wash. 6. Where practicable, ascents to be reduced to a grade of at least one foot in ten ; and all inequalities in the road bed to be smithed off or filled up. 6. Ihe bridge across tbe Deep Ravine , near Stillwa er, to be built of white oak or pine, and according to a plan which will be subini ted at the office of the uu iei>.gn*d. 7. Ail ihe other bridges to be made of good, sound du rable timber*, none of which is to s ,uare less than 1 foot; and to be bunt at least two feet above the highest water mark. Those of spans under 20 feet to be built with 4 stringers, hewn square, these stringers to rest on timber abutments to which they are to be treenailed; the abut ments to be made or logs Haiti-nett on two aides, well tree naiied and tied together. The flooring to be of 2 inch plank, well spiked to the stringers, and to be provided with a g 'od substantial railing. The bridges of spans irom 20 to 30 feet, to b • constructed like those unJer 20 leet, except that there will be 4 stringers treenail■ d on 4. The whote Construction to be under the control and di r ction of the Engineer or Ag.au in charge on part of the United States, and to be suoject to such alterations and modifications by him, as the case, in bis Judgment, uiav require. Pr. posers will bid for each section separately, and by the section, not by mile. The time in which the several s ctioiis are to be completed, will be, in the case of the Ra vine Section near animator,2 months front dat ;of con tract; in the caseef each of ih other sect o s, 2 1-.' moiiti.s. This advertisement be<ug made in the expectation that Congress will, at its present sess.on, continue the appropri ations lor the government roads of the Territory, the un dersigned reserves to the Uluted Siaivs the privilege or r.ghi to reject any or a.l of the proposa.s, and to make no contract whatever. The right is aiso reserved to the Uni ted Mates, iu case contracts are made, to acc- pt such bid or bi .s, as slum, in the estimatiiuatioii of the proper au tho.l v, oe deem• dot most advantage to h road. Tor any lur.her panic mars, persons desiring to bid are requested to apply at the ollice of the undersigned. The Proposals should be endors d, t( Proposals for Pi. Doug lass and St. Louis River Road.” J. n. SIMPSON, Ist Lieut. Corps Top’r Lngr’s. Oflice of General Go\’t Roads, I Ter. Min.,St. Paul, June 15,1862, \ 39-lt SEALED I'UOPOSALS, \ V ILL be received by the undersigned, W through the poat-oriice, ..II 10 o’clock, A. .u., on the 17;h oi Juiv next, ior open.ng and constructing ihe f iloAing portions of roads, viz: So much of the Pi. Douglass and Fort Ripley road as is embraced iu the fol lowing sections: 1. The Bice Creek and Coon Creek section, extending from the 16th nnie station, n c *ar and south of Rice Creek, to the 21st mile station, near and north of Coon C ecfc, a distance of live miles. in this secti m, the bridges over Rice Creek and Coon Creek, with tueir immediate ap proaches, are excluded. 2. The sauk Rapid section extending fr- m Gsih mil* station, a mite west of Stephenson’s, t j 78th mile station, near Kuaseu’s, a distance ot 13 umes. 3. The Wa.ab section extending from 78th mile station to 82d mile station near Gilman’s, a distance of 4 mi»es. 4. The Swan River and La Belle Prairie Section, em bracing the lour inhes south of Swan River, included be tween the 101st and 106th mite stations, ana the two util s near La Belle Prairie, included between the 113ih and 116.1 i mile staluns. ALSO—So mu h of the Swan River and Long Prairie road, as is embrac d in the following sections, viz : 1. The Mississippi River section, embracing ihe first three ml.es west of ihe Mississippi, included, between the 26:h mile station and the Mississippi River. 2. The Long P.airie sect!>n, extend.ng from th* 2:id mi.e sta:Ln out irom Long Prairie, to the tth nine station 1-2 mile cast of Bear Ucad Creek, and mCiud.Ug the bridge and its approaches, over Swan Creek, oetween th 10 h and 11 :h nu.e stations. Tl.e foitow.ng are tin* gem ral specifications according to which these several portions .•< roa**s wid be buht: 1. They will be opeued 100 feet wide; that is all trees, brush, etc., are to be cut down within this width. 2. All shrubs, brush ai d trees of whatever size may be f< und staining oil a centre strip of 5u feeth in width, to be cut down or grubbed t.p to at least nine inches below the surtace of the son; and all imp diluents 10 the easy and safe motion of wheel carriages, to be removed from said centre s.rip. 3. 1 u all p.uces of low, wet grov.nl, a good, solid and sufficiently high embank, d roadway, oi at least 20 feet in width on top, to be mude oi go d, firm, dry material, earth or gravei, and where required, of logs Covered with earth or gravel. 4. In pi tees wh< r • tbe roaJ is made on a side hill, the daivowav to be at least IS feet w»de on top, with ago. ditch on the upper side, and such cross cuiverts and sloe ditches as will protect the road ir> in wash. 6. Where practicable, All ascents t ( » be reduced to a grade of a[ least one toot in ten ; and all inequalities in th i road b *«1 to be smoothed off or fill *d up. 6. The bridge over .Swan Creek, on the Long Prairie n lid, to be constructed according to a plan which will be submitted at the office of the undersign *d. 7. All the other bridges to be made of good, sound du rable timber; none of which is to square less than one foot; and to be built at least two feet above the highest water ma.k. Those of spans under 20 leet, to be built with four stringers, hewn square, these stringers to rest on limber abuim n:s to which they are to be treenailed; the abutments to bo made of logs Fattened on two sides, well treenail d and tied together. The flooring to be of two inch piank, well spiked to the stringers, and to be provid ed with a good subsran ial railing. The whole construction to be under the control and di rection of the Engineer or Agent iu charge on the pa>-t of the United btaus, and to be subject to such alterations and modifications by him, as the case, in his judgment, may r quire. # I‘ropr.isers will bid for each section separately, and by the s c i »n, n >t by the mile. The tim; in which the several sections are to be com pleted, will be as follows* The Ric„* Cre k and C ou C e k section In two months from date of cont act; the Bauk Rapids and Watab sec tions each In two m >nths; the Swan river and L i Belle Prairie section in two m ,nths; the .Mississippi seed >n on the L >ng Prairie road in on .* an l a half months; and the Long prairie s.*c i-m in two an 1 a half m ntlis. This adwrtis iu?nt being made in the exp-ctadon that Congress, at 1 s present ses i n, will continue the appro p ia 1 .ns tor the governtu nt roads of the Territory, the undersigned reserves to the Uni e 1 S:a* s the privilege or right to reject any or all of the proposal , and to make n > contract whatever. The right is also reserved to the Uni ted S?at **, in case con racts are ma<l ', to accept such bid or b,ds as shall, in the estimation of the proper authorty, be deem d of m >st advantage to the roads. For any further particular, persons d.-siring to bid are requested to apply at the office of the undersigned. The Proposals should be endorsed “Proposals for Point Douglass and Fort Ripley road,*’ or “ Prop sals for the Swan river anj Long Prairie road,” as the case may be. J. 11. SIMPSON, Ist Lieut. CorpsTop»i Engi’s. Ofllc • of General Gov’t. Roads, ( Min. Ter., St. raid, June 16,1852. $ 3D-lt World’s Fair! EVERY Boat, almost is now bringing us New Goods, which we are selling ten per cent, ch aper than any other house in town. Let this he borne In mind. CURRAN &. LAWLER. \XI AR EAGLE FLOUR, fresh ground’ * * the best ever in this market, Just received and for sale bv REV & FARMER. L RESH BUTTER—A very superior X article for sale by REV & FARMER. XARD —An extra article put up in jars, expressly tor family use, Tor sale by REV &. FARMER. W. G. LEDUC. D. ROHRER LEDUC & ROHRER, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, [Corner of Bench and Wabashaw streets, St. Paul, M. T.] !Y/11NNESOTA YEAR 800 K—1852 2-»X Received per steamer Nominee, and for sale at our counter, also by Churchill &. Nelson, Stillwater, W. H. C. Folsom, Taylor’s Falkland J»*remiah Russell, Sauk itopkla- May 8. LtDl'C «c KOIIUER. A MERICAN ALMANAC for 1852, Receivctl and for sale by LeDUC &. ROIIREft. l\ RAPING PAPER.—Crown and * * Double Crown on hand, and for sale at St. Louis Wholesale Prices. LeDUC ROHRER. VC ALL PAPER—Just received a small • » »KM.rimtnt by I.EDUC & ROHRER. Life of john~Randolph, of Roan*-ke, by Hugh A. Garland. For sale at the Bookstore or _ LeDUC fit ROHRER. ''UHE ARABIAN NIGHTS’ ENTER- X. tainmeuts, Translated and arranged lor family reading, and illustrated with 600 engravings. LeDUC ti ROHRER. LMRST BOOK OF ANATOMY, L Physiology and Hygiene, with 83 engravings, ae sigoed for the use of Schools. LeDUC & lIOUKEIt. UISTORY of the Rise, Progress and XX Conclusion of the Florida War, Illustrated by maps and engravings, by John T. Sprague, U. S. A* LeDUC & ROHRER. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. Cathcart & Tyson, [-TAVE leased the new store on the corner of Roberta and Fourth streets, when.. are now opening afresh st >ck ..f Orreries. pL«,‘t 7 nnd Feud ; which they offer at wholesale ai,.| r ,qvi n?* ciOrena „i Saint Pam ml the ™rr..iin.|lu« connive, at a» low prices a* they can be purchased «. .. or i, ! ”... * Their .tuck consist. In part as follows: " ’ s ’ N O affl Cli-Hr; , *' rcd Su r* ri ’ i *■ Ueu,r! * Coflee a y and tla 1 led do T If, I»njK*riai,GuiiDmvfi..r Tobacco and Sugars, and Bla k Teas * (choice bran l*) Rico, Raism* an . Currant* Pepper, Spices.. Nutmeg Cloves, assorted pickles W lTrh SaU e ’ Carch,,p * Powder and shot, Chocolate Rt b ese, Starch, Citron Mustard,Flg>,Extuf i n Vanilla and»p*mcm™ e« Paini and Variegated S. ap Mackerel,CudiMi, (lerrinw <<o Pork, Ilarn, and shoulderf Rutter an I Eggs Butter and soda Cra k^ra Molasses and Golden syrup Linse.*d and Li-d Oil t Ider, Vinegar Oats, Corn and shorts; Corn Meal and Flour, choicest brands also other articles usually kept In a Family Grocery store' too numerous too mention, which they win sell for Cash exclusively at small profits. Purchasers will please rail and examine for themselves. A. 11. CATHCART Sf. Paul, June, 1862 (38y) N. E. TV SON. ’ 100 I )(j ZEN Fresh Lemons, just re ■* Ve/ ceived and for sale by CATHCART & TTSON. J UST RECEIVED—2OO bushels fresh •J Ground Corn Meal, and for sale cheap t> v J «ne 10 CATHCART & TYSON. FAIR PLAY! “Competition Is the Life ot Trade.” p ATTISON & BENSON’S new Coach e* have arrived, and are n .w upon ihe road between St- Paul and st- Anthony, r a ly to at commod ire the pub lic on all occasions. They have also received In a-Mi lon to th»*|r former large and oxc 11 nt Liv» ry stock, several new an-l elegant Carriages and Barouches; aiso new Har and Hors* Furn shings, and equipage of the most elegant description. ALSO—an additional slock of Fine Blooded, well broken Horses. Query. _ _ * r “spirilou” hordes come In under the UI i V k/J Mquor Law, will they he In duneer or be- Ty- m ing knock' don the head? Our en?lre .P-w slock Win cost over $ 1,001). Xo oth*T stable in the Web', out ui Saint Louis will be found as complete as ours. Will our iriends and the public r-member, that at the Livery' Stable In the rear or the American House, at the upper end of Saint Paul, they can at all hours, have such conveyance by land, on wheels nr on horseback, a- thev may desire. PATTI SON' Jc ItKNMO.V. ' St. Paul, June 10, 1802. (3Sy) Regular Galena and Saint Paul Packet, Twice a Week. I IIE superior and fast running passen * per steamer West Newton, HARRIS, Master, wi 1 leave Stint Pa tl tor Galena and all Interniediat > port-', on Wedn 'sdaym trn ln.;s a' 9 *,’clock, and Sttu dty evoutDits at 6 o'clock. For freight or passage apply . n board or to , H. C. TIItRELL, Agent. June 12, 185’—38-tf J HE gentleman who took a letter di • rect'-d to nte, off the steamer West Newton, will c nfer a fiv r l y dropping ihe same In the Post Offi -e or delivering It to nte. For his in ormadun h'Teatter, I w.,uld Inform him, that Mr. Win. Cononu- Is alone au thorised to take letters front Bo.rs, directed to nt". St. Paul, June 11, 185.’. (It) (.HAS. F. TRACY. W. H. Srinnus, Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, Willow River,Wis Will practice In the counties of St.Croia and La Crosse, Wisconsin, and In the District Court of Washington coun ty. Minnesota. K3** Valuable town lots In tile tillage of Willow River for sale. 38y DISSOLUTION. 'T'HE Co-Partnership heretofore exist- J- ing between F. E. Collins and C. P. Y. Lull In the Auction and General Land Agency business, 1, hereby til. - solved by mutual consent. F. K. COLI.IN’S, Jt n ■, 3, 1852. C. P. V. LULL. F. E. Collins will continue the Auction, Commission and General Land Agency business at the large brick building on Third ,t., below Jacks n. F. E. Collins, Auction and Commission Merchant, Faint Paul, Minnesota T* rrltorj'. In the three s ory Brit k store, Third St., opposite W. H Forbes’ out.it. L 1 OR WARDING—Our Arrangements A f* r forwarding a 1 kinds of Merchandise, are ampin, and to this apartnv nt we pay p irti ttlar attention. A UCTION AND COMMISSION.— ‘ A Particular attention will be given to the purchase aiul sale of Produce and other property on Commission. My fainilhrity with this market, a qtiiptl during Fi mo y.-ars r< sidenc** here, will enable us to effect sales oi Pro duce at the highest rates. I WILL also piy particular altention (o the buying and selling of Ileal Es’ate on Commission. Saint Paul, June 6, !802. F. E. COLLINS. JUST RECEIVED, on consignment, 18 v bbls of Flour, tor s.-le cheap for cash, l-y F. E. COLLINS. FURNITURE—just received a splen -1- did lot of Furniture from Clncinna l which I will sell at Saint Louis prices. Call at the rooms of F. E. COLLINS, Third st., below Jackson. BOOKS ! BO CKS! BOOKS! ( Jusl received per Excelsior.) \\f S. COMBS, jar the American ’ ’ • House, ha«* Just received a largo and varied collect! n or now bot k-. Just irom the press, to which he invites the attention <>r ail the reading community. They ABE OFFERED AT KASSEKN PRICES. Teims t’SSh. C<>me and * xamitu—no trouble to show goods at the “Franklin Bookstore.” 37 S The Minnesota Remedy rou Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, «S‘c., fyc. “PESIGUAGOMIK,” OR “Indian Compound Astringent and Tonic.” r I'HE materials of this medicine are en- X tlivly vegetable, indigenous to Minnesota, and well known io the lnd.ans by wh.»m they have been used fr«»m time immemorial, w.th invariable succe-s. The Proprietor can cmiib ntly rccomm ml this medicine to the public, as a CKKTA N, SAFE, an 1 PLEASANT cu-e forCliolrra Morbus, Diarrha*a. Bysente *y,and all diseases of the B »wels. It affords almost install tane oiis re.i-*f m cases of gr.p ngs or cramps, and ordinarily effects a complete c r • in six or eight hours. To Boatmen, II aft mm. Lumbermen, and all per sons traveling on tue river, this m -divine is invaluable. Our c.tizens go ng below, during the summer months should nor fail to provide themselves with It. The ‘•Pesigua jomik” must of course derive its repu tation from the testimonials of those who have made trial or it. £3* Please read carefully the annexed certificates. Prepared by E. F. ELY, St. Paul, And for sale at th* Bookstore of LeDUC & RIhIRKR, and at W. 11. FORBES’ .Mlun -s. ta .Store, St. Paul. Also, at the Minnesota Bookstore, St. Anthony, aud Churchill Nelson, Stlllwet'T. JT3=- Price Fifty Cents per Bottle.,£3 CERTIFICATES. I have used the “Pesiguagomik” re peatedly in my family and can recommend it as the safest as well as most etticacloiw medicine in all derangements of the Bow. is, I have ever known, li has, t. my know ledge, saved several valuable lives in mod obstinate cast's of Cholera Morbus, Dysent tv, Kc. St. Paul, May 23, 1862. C. W. BORUP. This may certify that I have used the Vegetable Compound A.-tringent, prepared by M-. E. F. Ely, in my family, and have found it to be the be*t*by far of uny t. ingot the kind I have ever used. In one in stance, two doses cur -d an obstinate case of Cholera Mor bus. Not a single individual should be without this valu able medicine, particularly in a a country where the Diar rhoea and summer cumpla.nt are pr valent. CHA’S 11. OAKES. Having: used this preparation in my family, lin . 3 t cheerfully Join Mr. Oaks In the above rer tiiirate or IN virtue.. St. Paul, May 24, 1862. ALEX. RAMSEY. I take pleasure in being able to state that 1 have used In my family, Mr. lily’s CumDoi n.i trinsent and Tonlr, in ca.es of Diarrhtpa, *ith mu h suc cc.b; and especially la-t summer In a ease or summer complaint In an inrant or mine some nine m.nths old and che rfully r comm nd its use to the public. ’ St. Paul, May, 21, 1752. WM. HE.Nry FORBES. I have used the Indian Compound As tringent and Tonic, myself, and In my famllv, and found it edecrlve, esp.-dally In cases of children teethlns and con- dor It an active and safe remedy for all Bowel Com plaint.. A. R. 1 REACH. St. Paul, Augu t 1, 1861. I have used the Indian Compound As tringent and Tonic, prepar d by Mr. Edmund F. Ely, and f » nJ iminediat * relief; .and tan cheerfully rec4>mmend it h- a -pe. tly and sure cure for diseases of the bowels. St. Paul, .May 24, 1862. 11. F. MASTERSOX. I certify lhat I have used the Indian Tonic, call.-d '•l , es!nuag,.mlk,” and recunnn nd the same a. an ex ell»nt astringent, pleasant in its ta-te, and c rta n in its cure. J. J. M) U. August, 1851. 36u16 *»• All orders for 'he above Medicine should be ad dressed to E. F. Ely, St. Paul, Minnesota. TJ UUSE Trimmings, Bolts, X X Latches, Butts and Screws, at F. S. NIWELL’S. R. 8. HARRIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, BOAT STORES, ALSO, IMPOiITEr.S AND DEALERS IN PURE BRANDY, WINES, CIGARS, Kr. Have on liiind and arc constantly receiving the following, which we are prepared to sell cheap and on terms that cannot tail to suit purchasers. SUGARS AND -MOLASSKS. 40 hhds* N. O. Sugar, 6 ) bhls. S II Molasses, 100 bbls clarlfi.il A U sugar 6.) hr bbls SII do 60 do “ OxOO do 20 kegs <io <jo 20 do loaf do 2J bbls NO do 20 do crushed do 20 hf bbls do do 10 do pulverized do 10 kegs Golden Syrup, COFFEE AND TEA. 100 sacks Rio Code •, 76 bxs Imperial Tea, 30 sacks Java do 53 6lb bxs do do 30 “ Lagulra do ISO bxs G P do 10 “ St. Domt’igo Coffee, 40 6lb bxs G P do 20 (i Havana Green do 4>) 6Jt 131 b bxs Vll Tea, 10 bxs ground do 30 bxs blk Oalm > do 5 44 Manilla do 10 do do very line do PORK AND BACON. 100 bbls Mess P« rk, 600 Sugar Cur d Him *, 30 do Prime* do 10 casks clear Sides, 40 hf bbls Family Pork, 10 do Shoulders. COD FISH, MACKEREL. \c. 26 bbls No 1 Mack‘*rel, 6 drums Cod Fish, 2d do No ‘2 do 6) bxs do do 16 do No 3 do 60 kits Salmon, 5J kits No 1 do 100 bxs II :rrinj, CANDLES AND SOAP. 200 bxs Mould Candles, 100 bxs Palm Soap, 63 do dipt do 76 do Family do 100 do Star do 125 do Quincy Yellow, 10 do Adamantine Candles, 50 do Variegated do PiCKL’ S AND CATSUP. 25 bxs assorted Pickles, 25 bxs Tomato Catsup, 6 do Cabbage do 5 do Walunt do 6 do Pic-olila do 6 do Mushr*x)m do SPICKS AND EXTRACTS. 20 bxs ground P« pp *r, 40 doz Extract of Lemon, 10 do ground Pimento, 10 do do Vanilla, 6do do C&S'ia 30 do do Clovi-s, 30 mutts do 10 do do Rose, TABLE KBUIT AND PRESERVES. 15 bxs Cherr.es, . 10 ixs pr -sc-rvitl Pears, 10 do Pea dies, 10 do Quinces, 10 no Strawberries, 10 do assorted Jellies, 10 do Apricots, 10 do Jam-, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 60 bxs Virginia Tobacco, 100 bxs choice Regalia, viz: 20 do Missouri do 20 uo Jenny Lind, 25 do R&.R smoking 20 do Xanoleon, 60 do G&W do 10 dO La Union, 5 do S L chewing do 60 do Washington, 10 do Neetarina do 60 do Prindp *, 6 do Gold Leaf do 60 do Cuba Six.-s. WINES AND L’QUORS. 20 hf pipes Brandies, viz: 6qr cks Burgundy Port, 4 lit d<> Otard. pure 6 , ir do Pure Juice do 4hf P'Pinet,Ca.tillar &.co 1 pipe Swan Gin, 4 do Goiard, 100 bbls r. ciified Whlskev, 4 do J J Dupr«»y, -JO do Moll*la and Rve do 4 do First Proof 10 bxs Champagne Cider, 20 do Brandy 60 do Claret, 40 Btb pipes Brandy, 10 do Stoughton, 20 bx> Brandy Cherries 10 do Peppermint, 10 do Peaches, 2qr casks Mall Wine, 10 do Absintha, 10 bxs stomach bluer-, SHIP CHANDLERY. 100 Colls ass’*l Man’laCordag«*6oo Ta. kk* Blocks Assorted 53 do Tar d 6tH) llooks andTliimbies, 25 do Ilemp 100 Capstan Bars, assorted, 25 ruls P icking Yarn, 200 Yawl and Skiff Oars, 25 coils Cotton Rope, as ’J 600 Setting Poles, 2 do Lad Line Hemp 200 S .ck^ts, 2 do do Cotton 10 pair Cmt Hooks 2 do Bell Rope Hemp, 60 Sheaves, plane N. bushed 2 do Wheel Rop *, 25 do for Tiller Rope, 6 doz Dick Buckets, 10 doz Hickory Brooms, Gum Packing, ail sizes, Gu.dc t Pap r, 20 bbls Tar, 63 bbls Pitdi and Rosin, 200 kegs Tar 60 bales Oakum, 60 do wrwt Spikes, ass’d 1000 lbs Spun Yarn St Mar’.in 60 Wood Pumps, 26 Caulking Mallets SUNDRIES. 200 sacks G A Salt, 300 bbls Famllv Flour, 30 do L B do 20 cases Matches, 50 do Dairy Salt, ‘2O bxs Pepper Sauce 10 eases do 5 do Gr *en Co » and Peas 1000 gal Spern. Oil, 10 do L'*mon Syrup, 20 bbls Lard do sdo Orange Water, 10 hr bbls Lard O 1, 20 do Starch, 10 bbls Linseed do 5 tierces Rio.’, 5 do Tanners’ do 100 bxs Bby 10 Glass, 6 Baskets Olive do 80 do 10 by 12 do 600 cans Sardines, 40 do 11 b\ 15 do 600 do Fresh Ovstc-rs, 60 do 12 hv 18 do 20 Nest’' W Tubs 1000 lbs Lathe Twine, 20 doz Painted Backets, 20 12ib cans Mustard, 6 casks Saleratus, 30 bxs do 20 bxs do 30 do Pipes 60 bbls Cider Vinegar, 20 do Collins’ Ax *s 60 cans Lobsters and Clam 2000 lbs Bar Lead, 600 kegs Bla-ting Powder 100 pigs do 100 do Rifle 20 bxs Jenny I/nd Candy 63 do Cannon 20 do assorted Brandy do V 0 doz can 9 Sporting do 60 k<*gs Lard, 200 do Br.nons, assorted 60 Firkins Bu t r, 230 rms wrap’g Paper,*.>s*d 10 bxs Ginger 20 dz Wriling Paper, 20 bb.s S S Almonds, 60 gross piavlng cards, 10 do Brazil Nuts, 60 bxs W R Cheese, 10 do P*a Nuts, 25 do E I) do 10 do Filberts, 260 k *gs Nalls, assorted, 20 hab s Wrapping Twine, fiO ilrniiK Fie« QOO lb* S i»« a.. 20 bbls Pil-d Bread, 200 do Sack do •2 dz Husk Ma ts. 100 bxs Raisin-*, 2 do Manilla Ma ts, 60 bt bxs Raisins, 6 do Bat;er prints, 6 casks Rai-lns, 6 do Lid! s 23 gross Lamp Wick, 20 do Scrub Brushes, as-’d 200 lbs Candle Wick, 60 packages Pins, 20 d<»7. blue and black Ink, 10 dz shoe brushes, 20 <l*# Shoe Bin king, 10 do Zinc Wish Bosrds, 60 do Shoe Tacks, 10 do Paint Brushes, 10 bx> Clothes Pins, 2do Dusting do 60 doz B d Cord<, 6 do Jelly Moulds, 6 do Mouse and Ral Traps, 600 ll»s live Get-se Feathers, 6do Coffee Mills, 6 bxs Cayenne Pepp r. 6 kegs Salt Pot re, 600 bushels Plasterers’ Hair 1000 gals Stone Ware, 100 M Gun Caps, 200 sacks shot, assorted, 100 lbs Nutm-gs, 2 doz Oil Cans, 10 *>xs Vennacilla, 100 bbls Louisville Cement, 10 dz Macaroni, 2 doz Selves, 10 do Coop* ra’ isinglass, 6 bxs Cut is.’, 10 do Shred do 20 do Yeast Powder*-, 20 hxs Chocolate 60 bbls Crackers, 100 do Indigo, 6 cases Prunes. Galena, June 5,1852—37 y Edward 11. Ilall, . lccounlatd. Commission Agency anti General Intelligence Office, in Holland’s Build in;. Beach St., Saini Paul, Alin. Ter. \X,' ILL give particular attention to the * * Collection «»f accounts, Taxes, Settling up Books of Co-paruiet ship, Sales of Pa.p-rry, M<‘rvlian<ltze, &.<•. The subscriber solicits the patronage of his lrirtids and the public generally in Saint Paul and elsewhere, whom he will do his utmost to serve In whatever capacity his services are required. The subscrib r is also agent for the Mechanics’ Union Association of Si. Louis Mo., and is daily receiv.ng appJi ca ions tor membership. The best refer; nces given if needed. N. B. A Real Estate and Business In telligenco is connected with the above, where the subscri ber would advise all tho>e wishing informal! »n of any de scription to call and se? for themselves. See the sign of Auction and Commiss on House, IL-ncli St. St. Paul, May 2d, 1862. 36-Gtu F. S. NEWEL, W? HOLES ALE & RETAIL dealer in » ▼ Cook, Parlor, B.x Stoves of all kinds. ' I HE CHARTER OAK, four sizes, I patented 1852; it has av. ry large oven, bakes per fectly and to a charm. For sale l*y F. S. NEWELL | EFFEI/S Double Oven, the neatest of the Cincinnati castings with extra oval cast iron boilers, can be ncb at F« S. NKWELL’S. 'I IIE Queen of the Forest, an elevated X oven stove pleasing to all who use it by the sntts factory manner work Is done and (he rase attending If, in store and fot sale by F. S. NEWELL. f 'ORN Sliellers in Store and for sale by yJ F. S. NEWELL. PORTABLE Fire Engines of all sizes for sale by F. S. NEWELL. fCARPENTER'S Tools, Pianes, Chis sels, B.ts, Files, &c., at F. S* NEWELL’S. ARMING IMPLEMENTS,ShoveIs, I Spades, H *es, Hakes, Forks, Cradles and Plows in store and for sale by F. S. NEWELL. ARDWARE—Cross Cut and Mill Saw?, Ax<*B} all k'nds, Hammers all kinds Ate. For sale by F. S. NEWELL. C'AMILY Grindstones, Oil stones, &c. i for salr al F. S. NKWELI.’.-i. TYTTCHEN WARE—knives and forks, XV- Wain- Irons, Ladles Basting Spoons, Chopping Knives, T<-a B dls. Sieves, Shears, Saliron, Ketlh s, Pie Plates, &c., for sale at F- S. NEWEIJ/S. LASS—AII sizes, Fireproof Paint, IT Scales, Trucks, &c., in store and for sale bv F. S. XKWE LL. VI/ ANTED—3OOO old stoves for Fonn- Vt dry purpi ses, by F. S. XKWELL. VI7ANTED—IBOO cards of wood for » V the Empire Foundry. Enquire at F. S. NEWELL’S. ID USSIA, English, and American Sheet XU Iron, and 400 assorted stoves In store and for sale bJT F. S. NEWELL. HYDRAtILIC RAMS. Pnmns, Lend Pipe, and liar I.- id, Pa in Chu-P». \r., for sal - by p. s. NEWELL. St. Paul, .Itirie 5, 18C2 37v Street Contract. I WISH io cons'ruet a -t-oct above high wafer mark, fr-.m tin- Kitis- n II -t I, >n st- Paul, a crn.« Klitsipn’s nd-lillun in the ateain -aw mills au-l tn the river, togetlier with a levee upon the bank of the river, at the sou’h end of the street. Persons wishing to con tract tor the completion of this work, will please mak r application to (17*4) CHAS. W. BOBUP. ANNULS OF THE Minnesota Historical Society FOR 1852. \FEW copies of litis interesting An liua*, e n abling m»r • ah.ut th*' di*cov«*r and early history 01 M n u* ota; if*t g«v r iphioal aspect, and mineral a id g.*oloel<\»l resotirc s t au my work h *r to or** iSsit -d, are still on haul, and J. r sale at tue tlouksl *ves of M**s.‘r. L Die A Rohrer and Combs’; also at this office. Prlc Thirty Cents. OWENS N MOORE, Publishers. SHERIFF’S SALE. 13 V v.rIUL- of a Writ of Execution is su*d oik, and und.-r Lite seal of the Dlstr ct Court lor ti e County of Bams y. upon a indgm oU r nit*red hv said Court, on the v2d d«v of May, A. D.. 1552. In an ac tion wher-in Francis l*. Duborg. John Carrow an l Francis Tibauit ar.- plaintiffs, and Cnarl *s \V. H ydon is defentant, in favor of sa.d pbdntiffs, tnd against the said deiend.tnt, 1 y; the sum of three hrtudr*.J and eighty-six dollars and nine ty cents, l bar.*, on this 27th day of M iy, A. D., I"s*>, levied upon L-.ts of land, number-id 3 and I*2, :u Block numbered 2. aul 1.-t of la id numbered 1, in Hi xk, num # « .A 1 . aa ‘ l Bilun: ’ Leech’s Add tiou to tbe town of S. lint 1.» il in said County of Ha ns-.y, as Use property or said Ueiendaat; which p ope ty I shall expose to sal. I * ,iCt V> ,, » u * t,u * highest bidde-, for cash, in front ot lie American House,” at Sr. Paul in said County, on Monday, tin* I2ih dav of July, A. It., IS6», at 13 o’clock in th- lor.no ot said day, or so nudi th roof as maybe suilici. nt to sati'iy sa.d . xecution. J GEORGE F BUOrr, Sheriff, By a. J. Whitney, D. pt. Sharur. DO AN, KING A Co ~ Wholesal e Dry-Goods Dealers. IJ3 AND 125 M AIN' SrnCF.T, ST. LOUIS. ARE constantly receiving new ainl de- Grat.lc Stvios of S IAPMI AN D FAXCY GOODS which are offered at a very small advance for C-oah, or t> Mer chants who pay their not *s wU-n du •. Country Merchant-, will find a derided advantage by an examination of the lar gest st,<k of good* w. st of tli • uijimtains. D,)AN, KING k CO. St. Louis, May 22. 36 y C. n. KELLUM. M. B. MASSON, JR. K £ LLXJ M & MASSON, I.ARD GIL AND CANDLE MANUFACTURERS, —ALSO— Produce and Commissim Morrbants, No. 21 South Levee, »t. Louis. REFEBEKtES : K. M. Rvland Co., J F. B. Chamhr rbiin, > St. Louis. R. M. Withers, ) St. Louis, May 22. 35 y HANFORD v 4. BROTHER, K« 8. TttAYCR, Manufaemrcrs, N. V. St. Louis. HANFORD, THAYER &. CO., (Si)cc°.ssoio to L.-wi-, Thay r & C 0.,) MANUFAC il R E RS, Mil L ’SALE AND RETAIL D lAL .'tS IN ALL KINDS OF Clothing, Shir.s, D. iiwcrx. and i'uruigUin^Goods ! No. LH> Main .fffrvet, Corner of Green, one tionr lo'imc the Virginia House, Sr. LOUiS, >lo. , (INSTANTLY on haml an immense | ft *:k. Mltints.fi .-m l Wi, •.•min I. uVrwn tu:d Mtr.'liains can at. all tim awl at «• lu;). ; ’ amu supply »t Clothing ffot u.) t :;■»•! . fur tuc r hade, and many nr ti -I.*fc wild. can’, i-? fuun«l in any a«i.*r nous * in St. L.*u i", such as extra sized, fin • and In avv red, blue, mixed un-J Old Colon.i Flann-i Shirts nnt Drawers', extra w ight Satin t H'l.t Caslm re Pants, Dun ig B igs, Jump is, ov.r alls, UmereHas, Trunks, Vallv s, and liu *t>-*r Ciothin r, Cirp *t and hiuia l i rave lug l ags, Sateh .-ls, and Oil Cl .tldug. Pui chasers ar».» r fully invl6.nl to call ami “look lhroU>.li our stuck.” Always on hand tl.; largest and cheapest sb»ek of assort d shirts and draw -is In the West. Fresh Clothing rccdvvd from our Factory every week. Stock nianufaciurcU express,y f<*r the Western mark' t. Terms liberal. HAN H)!ll), l IIA YElt CO. C ra * Mam and Green <U. St. Louis Miy 22. 36 v ir. n. bird, Cincinnati.) [j. n. Armstrong, St. Louis. EJKD& AKMSI'ROXG, WHOLESALE CANE AND WOOD-SEAT CHAIR MAX (•FAC t l REKS, Sou'.U-Wcst Corner Vine an i Seceud sU., St. Lout Mo. U HOLES ALE and retail dealers in Chairs are respectfudv Informed timt we will con stantly k op on ham', a iarjt*.* and gen ral assortm nt of Chairs <>l our own manu ac.ur *, consisting of nut. Mahogany, Cuerry ami Maple c.tn?-scats oi ev '•ry d scriptlon; V* , s u Elbow, large and small* " " Ollice, Boston ftud Ban. Arm Rockers,Po.ka, French. Bus tle. Jenny Laid, BarniLtci, .Ngivt.s, Mock Scrj> Is, Be ff.ops, Slat , ChiMruifl’.--, &c., which wj will s* 1: to th ; trad ■ or. the most liinral terms, and warrant them t > be unsurpas »din b auty of style or finish. Having large mnnnrnetu rinjr facilities, wi* can offer imiu vments that wi.l ins :r g ner.il satisiactton; ami hop •, turaugh a strict an-l p r xupi attention t • business, t m* m a sfi;*.r .of public patronage. We invite tin* visits of purchasers, either Wholesale or It .tati, t• - mi- Wrttc rooms, m vr Jcr that th j may judge tor th* in- Ives. BIRD is. ARMS!BONG. St. iz.ul.', May 22. 35 y ALONZO CHILD, EL* N C. PRATT, ORANGE W. PRATT, CHILD, PRATT & CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN* and D*im*s'ic Hardware and Cutlery. No. 147 Main etreet, (Third door North of Bank of Missouri.) may 22. 35-y. St. LOL 18, Mo. HARDWARE & CUTLKIIY. \ V E have now in store a complete as » f as»*jrtm nt, m iking our st >ck unusually ]arg»*, which w-.* off r io purciMs. rs at l-»w . t prices, and on b -si t -rms—am *i.g wh.ch may be ii.unu a ccinp:- tvatsortm in of— Axes— Shunt n’, ('. li:n IT int*.-. andoth rs. Scythes—W al Ir-.-n’sgra.>s, gra,n, li*-i;ip and bush, as sorted. Scythe Sv.vTiirs--As:iortcd, all prices, qualities and kinds. Scythe Stones and Rifles—Aisortyj, ail prions, qualities and kinds. Forks—ll iy and manure, 2,3, 4 and 6 pronged, asa’d. Chains —Bright l.x and log, 8-.?, 7 1-6,1-2ands-8 inch, ass .vied. Chains —Bright trace assorted; coil, and halter, assorted. Collars—Horse and m il.', assort d, (hog and kip skr.s.) II ames-Horse and inale, steam bent and rivet *d. ll.iEs—Carolina, p.anroiV, eyed and handi.'d, a>s d. Hakes—Hay and garden, ir ui and w.«jd, u>s’d. Knives —Table kn.v s and Jo.'ks, all j»att.rns and qual ities. Knives —TabL' knives an 1 all patterns and qual ities. H A7.oUS—Wade & Batclu r’ > Crooks, and other , ass’d. Shears and Scissors—Butchu’.->, Lux's, great var.- etv of patterns. Locks—Mineral knob, assorted; door, newest patterns Locks—Pad, chest, trank, till, plate, n sort d. L\ i curs—Kn »b, fhumf* and others, ml kinds, aNh’d. Butts—Greenw,H;d, narrow, bread ana C «m r ss, a.- . ’d. Bunji—Wrought, narrow, broad and (Joiigr. hr-, as.’.J. St REVS—I-4 t» 4 inch wb-.1, New KnHmid fa pel. Bells—Ox, l»«>rse, Vow, hand and sl -igh, as>’d. Bn csurs—White-wash, shoe, bcrubhing and licrse, as horted. (inisels—Framing, socket, flrm?r, m >rtite, ass’,l. Cukry Combs —Am man, new patt rns, a.-t’d. Cot ks—Cock stops, a>Y(l; brass do a-s’d. Files —Butcher’s c lebrat.-d mid, flat trastard. Files—Hound, lmli round, square liat and all kinds, asp’d. (»uns—Doul 1 * and single barrel, shot and duck, Rifles and Pisiols—U«:volvers,cast burr 1, a— sort d. Gin Barrels—Assorted; gun trimmings and ttt.d.ng, assorted. Hatchets—Shlngllfi", lath, bench and claw, asc’.l. llinc.es —II »<*k> and hinges, s’r.ip and l,a.vM. Kettles—Brass, tea. pr.-sening, g.u , as.>M. Mills —(*<ifte«*> Pavkei’s, Adanih’ aiuloUier-, ass’d. MaitocKS and J*i« Ks — Chav and a-^d. N aii.s— W (Wight, 6 to 12a; horse, 6 i., I2d, awFd. Planes—Bench and moulding, aei-M, ai. kinds, supe rior qualities. Pass—Fry, ass’d; sauce and preserving, ass’d. Shovels —Anicb’, H*#wlam.’» aud others; garden, min ing and post. Tacks and Brads —Assort 'd, all -i/cs and kinds. Augers—Bright, patent c* ucave, convex and ca.->t .steel. With a large a.-sorim nt < 1 e.irj> n r ’ and biuck-’iinth’s tools, of newest patterns and b qu.ddi-s. House and B.hiding Hardware—a l.ng ■ . s^ortai^nt. Also, proprietors of st. L- uis Saw and Scale Factory, where we ar now manufacturing largely of, Saws— Extra cant steel mil), chcuh.r, crof-s-cut, hand panel, l»w, wood and pit raws, of various qualities and of any kind wanted. Also, Scales —Vi/.: platform, 300 lbs to 4.000 lbs; counter, bay, tlou., packing, c«.al and car, ol alt kinds and tions. Scales and Saws repaired and made to order. We are better prepared to s rvc our customers And pur chaser!, g nerahy than ever bemr--. Our terms are a» la vorable and prices as low as the lowoht. C HILD, PRATT &. CO., 147 Main street. St. Louis, May 22, 1c52.l c 52. 35-2 m NEW STORE. The st. Paul flat, Cap and Gentlemen's Fnr nihUiiijj Store. '['HE subscriber respectfully offers to X the Gentlemen ot St. Paul, his new >dock of (io- ds, and will endeavor to keep a fu I Mnvirtni-nl of articles fi*r Gentimien’n um' and wear, such as— Silk Hats, ShlrU Gl .vcs, Bi aver do Collars Shaving, Tooth and Chlidn ndo Drawers, Hair Brushes, Kossuth do Hosery, Combs, Magvar do Cravats, Ha,r ANI» A FILL ASSORTMENT OF STRAW GOODS, SCARFS, COLOGNE, HANIiKf Kt HIKES, 4 OA I LINKS, Oil cloth an .( 1 ia Capr, bu-p n »<*..*, > -up, \c. Buttons ' and iat,».rs .riiunilngs, IjhIIi” - wing bud-, •. usei da-! tick*, rvunka, Vails s, Carp t l*a tn » \c. may 22. , ANF. FISIIIN . } :j. v 8 .1.17, >aae llstmifr jv,l a. ; • may 22. LB Due .u ,n .. O Pvl in FRUIT TREES^Grafted, j " I Choice Varieties, (peach and apple) now mv nuiMry and for sale. cfo. w. r arrtn t gtov. REGULAR Br. l/U-IS, GALB.VA, DUBUOUF., A\l. BT. PAUL PACKET. ’ "FHE lavorite passenger steam- , [TVS' » ur Dr. PRAMKLIM No.2.CmpLVmo, Brock, w,U ninre K ul.rly du.-luR t 1,., «.«o„ bJtwlJi? th“. al,.,vu p..1n1.. The So. 2 h.s Uon „ot In rtw-rao-. ..n",’ auJ Is ju,t as no.*! as n'w. Sh« off, rs anprrlor Accotniuo datlons b* the traveling and emigrating public. m!l; ; 35-1 r RK..I I.UI PACKET FO't ST. Ull’lS, \si) IMTEKJIF -1)1 Al'L PORTS. rllE new and splendid pas- , S 11.-I r st amer “GOLDEN ERA,” H 4 ■'•! Blksil-, Coiumaudur, *lll malt,- nojuiar w.-u'n'iy'ir.ii ir t’T 'TI Guicaa am! st. Louis duriiut the scss-ai, I' S' lna G«I"1I,"V(,ry Holiday cseninjtni (;10. lt, an.) M. Fr.ilay ev.-noii at i u’clorlt. Tlic Gol.l n Era lias I.uti tal U|j witil t verv runl Ui tlie sal lv n:i.| uilnftat „f jj Pr pa-s niG'is, allil lilT st it ■ Kuoius aud Sslwittan fitnustusl •ill) ' and pravlilud with <-v tv Imiuovcin nt. For Fri lslit or pa-sis'c aj,piy on taiar'i or v> JAMES CARTER A CO., Jf.-ntG Gal lia, May 22. 35-« SCARRITT & MASON’S SPUING A R R A N G E M ENTS FO R 1852. \V E ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF * » the larg**st and best aborted stock of FURNITL'RK and 1 FHOLSTERV, we have ever had ; which we offer t«. whole-ale and rotail d.-.ilers at the very iowav-'t prices, ;uu( te- l confident *v cannot fail to meet their a;»pr.ff it tion. Incoiiiu g;t.,n w.*fhotirni'*ntifaciunng, we purtbaso ti. ni all ih<- b-*f t ma-kets, East or West, thus keeping pofta hnpr.o ••meiits hi our line, arid enabling in fo of un a great variety ot late styles at the lowest prices. Our a i is large ; tU'*s wnh other facilituet every way equal, euabtes u> to k**ep a large stock at nil Uni'S, tlh.J i.tlcTiib’ great md ll •iiK-nts to Wholesale Dealers. . i:. it- " t.) a i«w Slock of sot,IS, sofa l«d* t lon.,- S, l.a, a us, warrlrol, ~ ,: lv „o. , “k ll ; „:.d pari, t ' “*’, **, cl " rs > lwlsf ad.-, ollico and ,-usy ... 1.1,, nir" and mi wis, s| rins. hair, cotton, luoss, *;": "V; 1 Jt 11 ' 1 ? MATTRESSES, wltuacomploto aa. orlmcnt , . A ' ' ’ ' l, -‘ u ‘y nr and sv- ry sulclu ( iius ma.m 2 At- rlsct rfssorndsm i,r fl-sirauii, i'.VRLGK, lIGI'HI, BED llOlldl AND KITCHEN IGR- NlTlltE, To olili-h w- a-c continually ruucMnir additions, thu* '"so n Slo- k targe and cumploic. and insuriuuord. r» Hied Kill,out di-lav. SC.UUUTT’S PATENT SOFA BED, VYlil.h Is a- kiinaledKetl (i,e iiio.tilesiral.il' article of ilia kind ever nr mluc-,1, a.ways ,»n hand or made to suit vour uisie at stoat nolle,'. 11.■' attention of all liousekettiers, liotel-keep.'-rs, st'■ r ll ,'M.a; otticers, and ii,e puHllc In jten •ml, I. requested to an exai„lnati„i,, alien we mink they " iil eavli und all say we are correct. to nr.ALr.ns. IV" Offer at Wind Gal— UoG Biir'-ans, 200 Children’s chairs* 100 100 OlHee chairs, 100 MoI, oral,r rockers, too willow chairs, 50 R.)sew,H«t and mahoß- 100 Willow cradles, a iy easy chairs, 100 Tin and wire safes, 200 Male *any parlor chalrssoo Bedsteads; 2» Can -scat rucking do; 201 Dining and breakfast la 's'Hi Wood seat do lio; hies, I.OdO Can -seat chairs, 200 Work stands, l,l) >0 W0...1-seat do 100 .Sev. lna stands, Ac. \t e ha, e made arrangements for a eontinuial larye sup ply of the an ,ve and a!, olher articles in our line, and conft.h ntly ray don’t “a,, rurrlier. as y.,u may rare worse.” Please vail and examine, at No. OH Washington Art. “u®. .scaratin' a .vasdn'. M. Louis, May 1. 3ii-2n» LATEST ARRIVAL OF TUESII GBOCERIES! j ? E\ & FARMER, Roberts street, next X V door to the World’s Fair, have Just received per Dr. Franklin No. 2, tl.e.r second spring stock of fresh Family Gr .ceric: , Pr ,v isiuus, arc., which they will sell at llielf u .ual cheap rat-s. Oar supply Is now superior to any ev r brought b, this market; and we L.nl dently appeal to our form r . u turner* tor a contlnuancjof their lavors, kn -wing that those who have purchased of US once will not fail to Com: again. k 2. key A FARMER. PXritA superfine AVar E;ig!c Floiif— A supply on Laud, which we can sel. at the most ac commodating rates. KEY ft FARMER. LHJRK—An excellent article Cor Fain -L Ily ufer s.dc by KEY 5i FARMER. i'F,.‘\S —Fresh Teas, received at New York by the late quick trips oi the “Clipper Hect, ’* on’.y nim ty days irom Uaul.n, the best In market. KEY &. FARMER. \ j ACCARONI AND VERMICELLI *»• —A new supply of fresb and go»*i, rec’d i*er Frank lin No. 2, f-r sale by JULY FARMER. J j AISINS—Fresh M R. Raisins, A-V Spring’s linporution, ree’d p*r Franklin No. 2, for by RKY & FARMER. DRIED FRUlT — Apples and Peaches, a iu >st sup rior ar dcle, f >r »aie by LEY fit FARMER. jVfAII/3 —Of all sizes, from the lest i- x mnnufactorl sin the country, for sale at very low by LEY fit FA 1 1 .M EIU ( IIILDREN'S Carritiges and Willow > Ware of ail kinds, purchased at thoxaanufacbify, and for sal - by KEY N FARMER. ANDLES AND SOAP.—Star and v m-julU vandl s a,i,S the b -st quality ~f »..•>;> f,.r sale by KEY K FARM MR. i OTTON BATTING—A potnl supply ' - "" hau l. SET tv FARMER/ i j ANiLLA CORDAGE—For sale by • ‘ RET Ik FARMER. 'OFtLE AND SUGAR—Siock of both largely replenished by arrival of Franklin No. 2, every variety of these articles for sale by KEY fit FARMER. LB CLAIRE FOUNDRY, DAVENPORT, IOWA. j IIE PROPRIETORS of the above A e-tal.li'liTnent would call the attention of mill-wrights and mill-owners, with others that may want machinery to the fa t that they are ready to furnish various kinds of work at their cstablDhmcnt viz : Mill Gearing for flour and saw milh, hoisting and light er screws, reaction wat r wheels of diff rent kinds, horse powers, threshers and separator.*, fanning mill,com shel lor, plow and cultivator castings, wagon hul-s, arms and Utxes, grates for windows, pavements and parlors, fronts for store and warehouses, c dumns, plain or fluted square or round, boat and mill engines, large or small, horizon* tal or upright, slide or lever cut-off; Hluck'inithing and finishing, and In tact everything ordered in our line, of Iron brass, composition or babbit metal. Our patterns ar** all new, and mili-wright* ordering ma chinery can have It In Ihe latest and best style. We do not intend to be surpassed l»y any establishment, for neat ness of proportion, or strength and durability. Care and experience will be exercised in selecting, mixing, and smelting of metals, to make It satisfactory to the purcha ser and creditable to the manufacturer. I.K CLAIRE, DAVENPORT fit CO. Davenport, May 22, 1862. 35- 1m GLASSWARE WHOLESALE & RETAIL. To Hotel and Hoarding House Keepers. Men lianta aud tlte Public in General. p MARVIN, (.AGENT FOR THE Xvi o’llara (ilas- Manufacturing Company,) has open* cd on Third strei*t, nearly opposite the Post Office, a very extensive assortment of GLASSWABK, which he is offer ing at Wholesale and Retail, below Sf. I»uls prices. I'ali and examine this beautiful, and for St. Paul, uniqa® display of Glassware. Y<• u will find Turn 1 lers ofevrydesn-pl'n Sugar Fowls, Cruets, Fruit Bowls , Celeries, Jelly Bowls, Sails, Molasses Cans , Pitchers, Custard Bowls, Fruit Plates, Jetty Classes, Cake Salvers, Jelly Stands, And Indeed a variety too numerous to mention. Call early at the St, Paul Glassware Store, Third street, be* tween Roberts and Minnesota streets. May I, 1862. 33-y Choice Lands lor Sale. Y\ E have several tracts of choice farm * v ing lands, a short distance from St. Paul, which we wish to sell on reasonable terms. ALSO, A tract of heavily-timbered bottom tan l, on Iha MIM-rlppl, nppotlte Little Or..- village, four mil* s below Si. Paul. Tin. I-Kt "firm rjre Inducements t., por-one wlsh ne limber for uunufaciurtnx purjiosts and firewood. Apply to WILLOUGHBV k POWERS, Livery Stahl'h Roberts Street. JOS, M. BROWN, TlfOS. If. THATCH, JON. Q. HART. BROWN TIIATCH Sc HART, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FINE CLOTHING AND GENTLE MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Xo. 166 Main Street, West side, bet. Washington Avert tie and Virginia Hotel, St. LOUIS, Mo. \I7E ARE NOW OPENING, Dl ’ ’ reel from the East, a lara<* and superior of Cl 'thins? and F'lml-hlng (i >• ' . '-(i**n l-:n * " ir» consist.n-J ehl-*ffy **f th •Ho - ■ ?, ‘ f : from Ih'* b t lot . • j- 1 'HE AME.tiCAN FA I? M BOOK. j X The cheapest and m-est valuable Look lor a farmef | ever printed; being a complete guile, both practical and selfntlflc, for the Wet tern farmer, with a memoir oa 1 V or Indian n . Ff- sale by LEprr & BOHBTO.