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try is not as thickly settled as the States,
but most of them are represented here by good worthy citizens of the right stamp for • new country, industrious and enter prising. In passing through the several villages on your way to Crow Wing, you will be particularly struck with the line establishment on Belle Prairie of our very esteemed and accomplished friends, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ayer, who, together with their assistants, are conducting their Sem ary with success and general satisfaction. By the way, it would be a most capital place for the St. Louis people to trans plant their young hopefuls during the warm sickly season of the year, [and all the time, say we.—Eos.] where they could rest assured that they would be well car ed for. We are aware that the Indians ranging up and down as far as Swan river, some times intoxicatad and generally loaded with liquor, are quite an objection to emi grants locating in that vicinity; then, they commit no depredations,—and were they to step over the bounds of propriety, when under the excitement of intoxica ting liquor, all that is necessary is to secure , them, and take them into the presence of Capt. Todd, who knows his duty so well, that he will no doubt act with promptness, i and retain them sufficiently long to punish them for their misdeeds. We think all i fears will be expelled on the part of the | emigrant when he sees that the Captain | lias verified the truth of the Holy Book in beating his swords into ploughshares, and his spears into pruning hooks, and turned his attention to agricultural pur suits, endeavoring to inspire the poor In dian by his example to do likewise. In haste, A. G. From thr Chicago Journal. Gfi. Scott and Adopted Citizens. The effort to array Gen. Scott against adopted citizens is receiving a prompt re buke. Below will be found a letter from Capt. Robert Hugunin of this city, one of General Scott’s veterans of 1812, in regard to his treatment of adopted citi zens, when aid was of some service. We might add, in this connection, that Capt. H. has always been a Democrat, but has now enlisted for another cam paign under the Hero of Queenstown. Editors Chicago Journal : Gents:— ln your paper of yesterday, I notice a statement concerning Gen.— then Lieut. Colonel—Scott's conduct towards the prisoners of foreign birth captured by the British at the Battle of Queenstown in 1812, and his heroic con duct on the occasion. Having been myself on the frontier war under Gen. Scott in 1812-13. I am personally acquainted with the particu lars concerning it, and can fully attest to the truth of the statement referred to. When the selection of foreigners was sought to be made, Gen. Scott was below playing a game of chess with my brother. Lieut. Dan’l Hugunin. Hearing the noise on deck, Gen. Scott rushed up, and learning the cause, forbade in the most peremptory manner, another man saying a word, lest their accent should betray the place of their birth, and assured those selected that if the Britisli govern ment dared to exccule a man of them, their death should be avenged. When Scott arrived at Quebec, he was offered his parole, but refused imlcss it was given to his officers also. It was re fused, and lie was confined with them in the prison ship. He was likewise invited to dine with the commander of the Cita del, and accepted only on the above con dition. The prisoners retained as hostages for those sent to England of foreign birth lo be shot for treason, were taken at Fort George, where I was under Gen. Scott’s command, and was an eye witness to his heroism, and the kind attention to his •oldiers. ROBT. HUGUNIN. Letter or Gov. Seward. — The fol lowing letter appears in the eastern pa pers : Washington , June 2(i, 1852. My Dear Sir: Your kind letter has been received. It would be presump tions on my ]»rt to suppose that any President of the United States would, at any time or under any circumstances, in vite me to a scat in the Executive Coun cil, and equally so to suppose that the Senate of the United States would advise and consent to such a selection. Never theless, if there be one Whin vote de pending at this election on the question you have raised, I will not stand on a point of personal delicacy in the effort to save it. I assure you, therefore, with entire frankness, that, under no circumstances which I have ever conceived or can now conceive, would I ask or even accept any public station or preferment at the hands of the President of the United States, whether that President were Winfield Scott or any other man I have ever seen or known. In saying this, lam only saying to you what was well understood as a rule of my conduct by the late anil lamented President Taylor, and has been equally well known and understood by Winfield Scott, from the first hour when my preference of himself as the candidate in the present canvass was fixed. I am, with great respect and esteem, your friend and humble servant, WILLIAM H. SEWARD. James B. Taylor, Esq., New York. Dickinson and Scott.— Ex-Senator Dickinson, on Thursday night, made a speech in Otsego county, in which, ac cording to the Otsego Republican, he de clared that “ Scott was a gallant soldici and a worthy gentleman ; that his “ fame as a military leader was world-wide that he was the “ greatest Captain of the age; and that if the people were going to elect a General, he (Scott) should be the man. The Pittsburgh Post speaks of the Democratic “ spirit that is abroad.” If must be “abroad” recruiting its health, for its presence in the Union has not been manifest since the slaughter of Bu chanan and other Democratic leaders, and the nomination of Pierce and King. William A. Graham. —The Nation al Intelligencer says of the nomination of Mr. Graham for the Vice Presidency: “ Nor could the nomination have fallen on a more worthy gentleman in all our broad land; a Statesman experienced in the Sen ate and in the Cabinet, of high intelli gence, of the most scrupulous honor, and unsullied character. He is the type of the virtuous and modest old North State, and his name will be a tower of strength there, or wherever his pure character is or shall be known.” The Supreme Court of Maine have decided that under the anti-liquor law of that State, liquor not intended for illegal sale is property, and cannot be seized in transitu, and consequently all persons have a right to transport liquors from place to place, except those proved to be intended for unlawful sale. Hon. Henry Clay.— During the en tire day yesterday, the bells of the city tolled their solemn peals in honor of the illustrious dead. The flags of the steam ers were at half mast. The fronts of many of the stores were decorated with mourning, and at short intervals the can non’s roar reminded our citizens that a great man had departed.— St. Louis Int. MARRIED. N>ar Stillwater, on the sth of July, by Rev. Win. T. BotUWfll, Mr. EDWARD F. PARKER, of Olive Grove, Wabasha Co., to Miss CYNTHIA A. POX 1), of Pt. Doug lass. We wish our fri«*n«l long lift* an*l miu-h happiness. llis “offtake in the w*»o<l” is no longer desolatf, but is now lighted with the smile of devoted woman’s love. We al so commend his go«xl taste for taking a wife at home, and not, by a foray among the “outsiders,” creating the Im pression abroad that none of the fair daughters of Minne sota possess the requisites of good wives. This marriage is one of the first beneficial results of the ratification of the treaty. Our friend Parker, very wisely, was previous ly assured that his valuable claim was secure. \('w Arrangement! V. S. Mail Packet Ben Campbell, twice a week between Galena and St. Paul. The new and superb steamerBKXCAMPBELL, Lo<i fivS I *- or Galena and Intermediate clock, A. M., and Saturdays at 7 P. M. For freight or passage apply on Itnard, or to i*2tr c. F. TRACY, Agent. Minnesota River Packet. For LeSueur, Traverse des Sioux, Mankato' and intermediate Points. I The new and substantial steam-] wjBL. HAVTK. w. R. j com frtald • boat, fitted upnud furnished in the best of style, j and well adapted to this trade* For /eight or passage ap-j ply on board. 42tf B Tobacco! Tobacco!! j C'iRONOKA —81b, 51b, and one pound V_/ lumps of Tobacco—-a first rate article, for sale by] the Im>x or half Im»x at Saint Louis prices. We have also, on hand, Oats and Butter, which we will sell at market: rates. 42t3 SPENCER, KIRKPATRICK & MARK LEY. Oats! Oats!! "I BUSHELS, just received JL v/ and for sale at 35 cent* cash, by CATII(’ART & TYSON. Contracting and Building. EDWARD STEWART, Bricklayer* and Architect, thankful to the citizens of St. Paul, for favors since he commenced business, would respectful ly inform them that ho i. prepared to contract for and e rect st- ne or Brick buildings, and furnish materials if re quired, on fair terms, having permanently settled in Saint ruul, l.e Solicit* a *har» of public pntronupro. Drafts and specifications furnished on reasonable terms. X. R. Orders for work left at the store of 11. C. Sand ford, near the Post Office will receive prompt attention. 42/ EDWARD STEWART. Haas &, Kricgcr, Grocers and Provision Dealers, j Corner of Roberts and Fifth Streets, Saint Paul, .Minnesota AN*, Prunes and other Fruits, Qni'cnsware, Fancy Ar ticles, of ladies and gentlemen’s wear, all kinds of Thread, Knives atid Forks, Brushes, Looking Glares Window Glass, Nails, Tobacco, Clears, Ac., and in short every thiii)j needed by housekeepers and Families. Our prices are reasonable and our stock such as will please all custo mers who may call. 4-Itf IVjdCHOLS’ MAP OF ST. PAUL— -Lx Nichols’ new map of St. Paul, embracing all the Additions, for sale at our store. Price SI,OO. _ __ LEDCC A ROHRER. VI radon Land lor Sale at PUBLIC AUCTION. G 1 ACRES of the most beautiful h' * -P meadow land will l»e gold at public auction on' Monday afternoon the 12th iust., nt 3 o’clock at the St. Charles Hotel. Said land is situated about one mile from the le-autiful village of St. Anthony, grass on it four feet] high—capital place for hay—must be sold positively—good clay on it, make good brick, sir—fine place for a brick yard-excellent land, sir, excellent—suit any body, sir. To be sokl positively, sir, for cash, positively. No mis take about me, for my name, sir, is 11. M’KENTY. SHERIFF’S SALE. Territory of Minnesota, J County of Washington, $ ss * By virtue of two executions Issued out and under the seal of the District Court in and f r the coutity aforesaid; and to me directed and delivered against Sylvanus Trask, defendant, in favor of Albert Harris and Emanuel l). Farmer, plaintiffs 1 have this 7th ■ lay of July, 1852, levied upon the following described real • state as the property of the sai l Sylvanus Trask, to wit, Lot N<>. 4, in Block. No. 2% said lot being fifty feet front oil Main street, and one hundred and forty-four deep, to gether with the building situated thereon known as the 1 Eagle Saloon : also, lots Nos. 2 and 3, in block No. 24,said lo g being each 50 feet fronting second street and 150 ieet deep, all in the town of Stillwater, as surveyed and platted by Harvey Wilson, and recorded in the oftice of the Reg ister of Deeds of said county of Washington: also, the U'Tilnvest quarter of southwest quarter of section twenty nine. (2:*,) and the north half of the northeast quarter of section two (2) and the southeast quarter of the southwest uuarter of section three (3) in township No. thirty (30) Rang** No. twenty (20), containing 181 acres. And on Saturday the 21st day of August, 1852, at the hour of ten A. M., at the office of the Register of Deeds in Stillwater, 1 shall expose to sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, all the right, title and interest that the said Sylvanus Trask had in and to the above de scribed premises on the 24th day of April, 185-2, or lias •dnee acquired, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said executions, besides cost of levy, advertising, com miss ion and sale. WILLIAM C. PENNEY, Sheriff of Washington Co. M. T. Stillwater, July 7th, 1852. “Jlul turn in Parvo.” NEW DRUG STORE, Comer Fifth & Jackson Sts. > opp. Mlnnesotian Office DR. JARVIS very respectfully solicits from the ladias and gentlemen of Saint Paul and vicinity, a visit to ids new establishment. We have com menced our career as a Dispensing Apothecary and Chem ist, and from this day forward It shall he our highest claim to public patronage to merit success only in proportion to the amount of attention and the faithful discharge of our professional duties. The compounding and dispensing of medicines has been with us a life-study. To the physi cian and to private families we resj*ect fully urge our claim to confidence and support—for liow much soever of medi cal talent he brought to bear in a sick case, both the skill of the physician and the kindest attention of friends will l*e all useless unless the prescription be faithfully com pounded and of pure and effective medicines. These things we pledge ourselves to the public faithfully to sup ply The next Important question witli our customers is —“Doctor, what do you charge?” To these inquiries we say, “try us.” It has become such a common trick in trade for advertisers to profess a profound attachment for the “nimble sixpence” and small profits, and then skin a man when they get hold of him, that we say again “fry **• W. 11. JARVIS, Jlllv 3 * Apothecary and Chemist. r'O PAINTERS—BIow’s pure & No. 1 W hlte Le.-ut ; ].tn*ec<! Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Colors Glue, 'V lit (in-. Paint and Whitewash brushes Call and ascertain our prices before buying elsewhere. JOfth Street drug STORK. PURE Port Wine Juice for Invalids vintage of -'42; pure brandy idle and dark, for me dicinal puri>ose only,at the Ml LTCM in PARVO Drugstore ' po ANGLERS AND SPORTSMEN JL —Opening this day, a fine assortment fishing tackle, canister powder, shot, caps, Ac. Retailed at Eastern prices. JARVIS, Apothecary and Chemist. T3EOPLE are perfectly astonished, on -visiting the Multum In Parvo Drug Store, to witness the amount of business we are doing. Though a little oft the “street,” purchaser* of article* in our line find »elves amply repaid by a call where they can purchase svery thing at Eastern prices. Our facilities for doing a heavy business aTe equal to any ; and with few expenses we can afford to give our patrons the benefit thereof. JARVIS, Multum in Parvo Drug Store. PLASTER PARIS—by the barrel, I’ushf I or quart. JARVIS, Multum In Parvo Drug Store. r PHE attention of housekeepers is called J- t“ the low rates we are Helling Arrowroot, Sago, Ice land Most, Fresh Spices, Cresm Tarter, Macearonl, pur, Kngllsh Mustard, Lemon. Orange,Vanilla,Clove and Nut meg Essences; Soda, Salaratua, Potash, Vinegar, Cider, Lemon Syrup, etc., at the MULTUM IN PARVO Drug Store. LTOPS! HOPS!! —Don’t dance all over L_L town for the article, but apply at once to the Fifth Street Drug Store. JARVIS. The Northwest Express Co. YT7ILL deliver good Fresh Lime in St. * * Paul at $1.20 per hid., Superfine Flour, warrant ed, for $4.26. Also, any kind of merchandise at S pel cent advance from wholesale prices In Catena or St. lands. Call on the subscriber on the Nominee orot W. N. Per ion or C. R. Hie. k Co., Agents, St. Paul. Jnlv 3,3 m j. c, BURBANK k Co. George L. Hanks, Cincinnati, Ohio, HAS for many years been extensively engaged in the manufacture of BELLS, and by careful observation and study of the principles involved in their construction, he has been eminently successful in producing an article of -Superior Form, Tone and Finish. The quality, combination, and proportion of metals, together with the degree of heat requisite to produce a compound the most sonorous, possessing, at the same time, sufficient Density and Strength, also, the peculiar outline, or shape, having a correct proportion or the different parts, thereby giving them elegance of form, have been subjects to which Mr. H. has devoted a great amount ol hi critical oliscrvation of effects through a long se ries of Experiments: Bells cast by him, are unsurpassed In tlieir Symmetrical Figure, ami Beauty of Proportion, and for Melody, Strength and Brilliancy of Tone, are universally admired. .Mr. Hanks Is prepared to supply Churches, Colleges, Academies, public Buildings, Steam boats, &C-, with his superior Bells, at a short notice, hav ing at all times an assortment on baud. Church Chimes or Peals, and Musical Hand B:-lls, to any number on the Chromatic Scale made tt> order. Bells sold by Mr. 11. are furnished with Yokes, iWheels and Springs, of the latest and most approved [Plan, and the whole warranted in every particular. Those wishing further information will please address GEORGE L. IIAXKS, Cincinnati) Ohio. N* B.—The Great Bell, “St. Peters,” ami the Chime of Eleven Bells, at St. Peter’s Cathedral, Cincinnati, were cast at this Foundry. July 3 Sin. Territory of Minnesota* ) County of Washington, $ ss * Charles Rogers and George C. ) Barney, partners in trade, > under name amt firm of Ro- ) gors St Barn y, ) Summons for money *!e vs. > maud. John 11. Brewster. ) To John 11. Brewster— Sir: You are hereby summoned jnnd required to answer the complaint in this action, which jis filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court for [the County of Washington, at Stillwater, Territory of [Minnesota —and to serve a copy of your answer to the [sai l complaint on the subscriber at his office In the town [of Stillwater, county of Washington aforc afd, within [twenty days after the service of this summons on you, |exclu.sive of the day of such service; and if you fall to [aiKwertho said complaint within the time aforesaid, the 'plaintiffs in this action will take Judgment against vou for ithe sum of three hundred forty dollars and thirty-three [cents, with Interest from the 26th day of February, one [thousand eight hundred and fifty one, besides the costs of sthis action. H. L. MOSS, I Dated Stillwater, June 25,1852 Plaintiffs’ Attorney. K PAMPHLET. CUD. HANDBILL AND General Job Printing. r PIIE Proprietors of the Minnesotian Oftlve. have recently maile extensive aiblltiuns to their stock of Book ami Job Priming material. Their assortment now embraces all the r 2 rmsirrj T 3-3 jyUIM aOLKa Of Plain and Fancy Type. They are consequently pre pared to execute all varieties of printing in a manner not surpassed any where north of St. (.nuis. We charge small profits and execute all orders with despatch. Both of us being PRACTICAL PRINTERS, We superintend all work entrusted to the Minnesotian Office ourselves, and allow nothing to leave our hands uuless it be executed in a WORKMANLIKE MANNER. We rely upon the public for a liberal share of their patronage. I A stock of Plain and Fancy Letter Paper, Foolscap, Fl.it Cap, Folio Post, &.C., on hand for printing. AL»u Printing cards of dlfl'creut kinds, sizes and colors. June 26. OWENS k MOORE. Dr. C. L. Vicchcrs, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND AC- X COITHER—WiII practice his profession In Saint Paul and vicinity. Office, corner of Fourth and Roberts Streets, over Caihcart A Tyson’s Store. 40y b. B. Wait A Co., " holesale and Retail Grocers and Commission Merchants, LI At E opened at the store lately oc- J-J- cupied by C. F. Tracy, on Tliird street, a general assortment «.f Family Groceries and Provisions; which tli**y will sell at low prices for cash or in exchange for country produce. They respectfully solicit a share of patronage. CHARLES MILBIItN, Ist. Paul, June 21, ’s2—lOy L. B. WAIT. Ch*s W. Rorup. Ch’s H. Oakes. BORIIP & OAKES, HAVING formed a Co-Partnership for transacting an Exchange and Banking Business i*i all Its various liranches, will be prepared to furnish sight and time exchange on the Fast, and principal cities of the West- Remittances to Great Britain, Ireland and Continent of Europe made in sums to suit purchasers. Sight and home bills and European Exchanges pur chased. Collections made and pweeda remitted at usual rates of Exchange. All other business committed to our care punctually attended to. „ BOR CP & OAKES. St. Paul, Minnesota Territory, June 26, 1852. Office at the Minnesota Outfit building. 40y. K. M’LAfiil, Slora;., Forwarding i Commission Merchant, Dealer in Grain of all kinds. Fruit Trees, tec- Main si., near the Bradley House, Galena, 111. Refer to B. It. Campbell &. Co., Galena; W. L. Ewing & Co., Si. l.ouis. ]os «.G. I.EIU.C. u noIIBEH. LEDIC i ROHRER, booksellers axd statioxers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, [Corner of Bench and Wabashaw streets, SI. Paul, M. T.j JUST opened at the corner of Bench an«l Wabashaw streets, Cncle Tom’s Cabin, or Life among the Lowly. Reveries of a Bachelor, by lk Marvel. Dream Life, do Fresh Gleanings do Dickens’ Works, complete. Wandering Jew, illustrated. The Camp Fires of the Revolution. L<«slng’a Field Hook of the Revolution. Forest Life and Forest Trees—being camp life among the loggers. Pencilling* by the Way, by Willis. Ontre-Mer, by I»ngfellow. And many other works which we cannot enumerate in an advertisement. Call and examine them. June 24. LEDUC & ROURKR. Just in Time. WE have opened, for sale, some superb engravings of Grn’l Winfield Scott. Also, Ids Life and Services, by E. D. Manstield. Call before they are all sold. LEDUC fit ROHRER. LTISTORY OF CONGRESS—CW prising Memoirs of the most Prominent member*, with numerous steel and fae-slnille autographs. June -L Le DCC A ROHRER. ALL PAPER—A large slock of . ” Wall paper, Curtains, shades and Fire Board Prints, now opened and for sale by Junc 24. Le DCC A ROHRER. r FO SPORTSMEN—A superior lot J- of Fishing Tackle, for sale by June **• Le DUC fs. ROHRER. IyiISCELLANIOUS. Scrap Books, IVA Herbariums, Albums, Papier Mache Card Baskets, Card Cases and Work Boxes, Xewspaper Flics, Patent Air Tight Inks—Post Office boxes, Calenders, fcc., Ac. (TUOLD PENS—Just Received, a supe- ■ VX rior lot of G<*ld Pens —some new styles. LEDUC A ROHRER^ HOUSE Trimmings, Locks, Bolts, Latches, Butts and Screws, at F. S. NEWELL’S. Summer Arrangement! 18 5 2. CT. PAUL and St. Anthony Falls, three Dally Stage*, leaviug each place at 7 o’clock A. M-, 12 M. and 4 P. M. COACHES AND TEAMS Will be at the landing, on the arrival of Steamboat* at Saint Paiil. Also, a Daily Line of Stages between Saint Paul and Stillwater. id* Ail extensive Livery Stable at the corner of Fourth and ItobcrLs streets. Particular attention given to the accomiuod&ttou of Pleasure Parti***, upon liberal terms. 33*tf WILLOUGHBY k POWERS. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. €athcart & Tyson, LTAVE leased the new store on the *A. corner of Robert*, aud Fourth streets, where they arc now opening a fresh stock of Groceries, Provisions and Feed; which they offer at wholesale and retail to the citizens ot Saint Paul and the surrounding country, at as low prices as they can be purchased west of St. Louis. Their stock consists In part as follows: Crushed and Powdered Sugars, Java, Rio & Laguira Coflee X O and Clarified do YH, Imperial,Gunpowder* Tobacco and Segars, and Black Teas (choice brands) Rice, Raisins and Currants Pepper, Spices, Nutmegs Cloves, assorted pickles Pepper sauce, Catchups Powder and shot, Chocidate W R Cheese, Starch, Citron Mnstard, Figs,Ext of Lemon Rose and Vanilla M’hVstar andsp’m Candles Palm and Variegated Soap Mackerel,Codfish, Herrings Shaving do Pork, Hams and shoulders Fresh Butter and Eggs Butter and soda Crackers Molasses and Gulden syrup Linseed and Lard OH Cider, V inegar 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 will sell for Cash exclusively at small profits. Purchasers will please call and examine for themselves. A. n. CATIICART, St. Paul, June, 1552 (38y) N. E. TYSON. TUST RECEIVED—2OO bushels fresh •J Ground Com Meal, and for sale cheap by June 10 CATHCART k TYSON. FAIR PLAY! “foniprlition is the Life of Trade.” pATTISON& BENSON’S new Coach -L es have arrived, and are now upon the road between St. Paul and St. Anthony, r* ady to accommodate the pub* lie on all occasions* They have also received in addition to their former large and cxcdb nt Livery stock, several new and elegant Carriages and Barouches; also new Har nesses and Horse Furnishings, and equipage of the most elegant description. ALSO—an additional stock of Fine Blooded, well broken Horse*. Query. fmr-.Tr ** “spirited” hordes come in under the iMCsy H/jJ Liquor Law, will they be lu danger of be n W knocked on the Inal? Our entire ■ nt w stock will cost over $4,000. No other , . , stable in the West, out of Saint Louis will be found as complete as ours. \\ ill our friends and the public remember, that at the Livery Stable in the rear of the American House, at the upi»er end of Saint Paul, they can at all hours, have such conveyance by land, on wheels or on horseback, as they may desire. PATTI SOX & BENSON. St. Paul, June 10, 1832. (33y) W. H. SrmiiicM, Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, Willow River,Wis. Will practice In the counties or St. Croix ami LaCros.se, " iscorisln, ami in the District Court of Washington coun ty. Minnesota. jL'r" Valuable town lots in the village ol Willow River for sale. 38y DISSOLUTION. 'T'HE Co-Partnership heretofore exist- Ins between F. K. Collins ami C. I>. V. Lull in the Auction and General Land Agency business, Is hereby dis solved by mutual consent. F. E. COLLINS, June, 3, 1852. C. P. V’. LULL. F. E. Collins will continue the Auction, Commission and General Lan«l Agency business at the large brick building on Third st., below Jackson. F. E. Collins, Auction and Commission Merchant, £aint Paul, Minnesota Territory, In the three story Brick store, Third Bt., opposite W. H. Forbes’ Outfit. FORWARDING —Our Arrangements A- i*n rurnamiiiK an Kinrto 0 / m< tOiauiiiM-, me ample, and to this apartment we pay particular attention. A UCTION AND COMMISSION.— Particular attention will be given to the purchase anti sale of Produce and other property on Commission. Mv familiarity with this market, acquired during some years residence here, will enable us to effect sales ol Pro duce at the highest rates. I WILL also pay particular attention to the buying and selling of Real Ks’ate on Commission. Saint Paul, June 6, 1852. F. E. COLLINS. FURNITURE —just received a splen did lot Of Furniture* from Cincinnati which I will sell at Saint Ixuiis price*, (’all at the rooms of F. K. COLLINS, Thirds!., below Jackson. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! (Just receiretl per Excelsior.) WS. COMBS, near the American • House, has Just received a large and varied collecti n of new hook*, Just from the press, to which he invites the attention of all the reading community. They ARE OFFERED AT EASTERN PRICES. Terms cash. Conn* and examirn—n<» trouble to show goods at the “Franklin B**okstore.” 37 g? The Minnesota Remedy^ FOR Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Diarrhcea, &ic., <5)'C. “PESIGUAGOMIK” OR “Indian Compound Astringent and Tonic.” T'HE materials of this medicine are en- X tirely vegetable, Indigenous to Minnesota, and well known to the Indians bv whom they have been used from time immemorial, with invariable success. The Proprietor can confidently recommend this medicine to the public, as a CERTAIN, SAFE, and PLEASANT cure forCliolera Morbus, Diarrho-a, Dysentery, and all diseases of tie* Bowels. It affords almost instantane ous relief in cases of griplngs or cramps, and ordinarily effects a complete cure in six or eight hours. To Boatmen. Kaftnien, Lumbermen, ami all per sons traveling on the river, this medicine Is invaluable. Our citizens going below, during the summer months should not fail to provide themselves with it. The “Pesignagomlk” must of course derive its repu tation from the testimqpials of those who have made trial of It. 53* Please read carefully th** annexed certificates. Prepared by E. F. ELY, St. Paul, And for sale at the Bookstore of LeDCC A ROURKR, and at W. 11. FORBES’ Minnesota Store, St. Paul. Also, at the Minnesota Bookstore, St. Anthony, and Churchill A Nelson, StiliwatT. SCf" Price Fifty Cents per Bottle..^ certificates. I have used the “Pesiguagomik” re peatedly in my family and can recommend It as the safest as well as most efficacious medicine in ail derangements of the Bowels, I have ever known, li has, to my know ledge, saved several valuable lives in must obstinate cases of Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Ac. St. Paul, May 28, 1852. C. W. BORUP. This may certify that I have used the Vegeiahle Compound Astringent, prepared by Mr. E. F. Ely, in my family, and have found It to be the best by far of any tiling of the kind I have ever used. In one In stance, two doses cured an obstinate case of Cholera Mor bus. Not a single individual should he without this valu able in -dicine, particularly In a a country where the Diar rhcea and summer complaint are prevalent. CUA’S H. OAKES. Having used this preparation in my family, I most cheerfully Join Mr. Oaks in the above cer tificate of Its virtues. St. Paul, May 24, 1852. ALEX. RAMSEY - . I take pleasure in being able to state that I have used in my family, Mr. Ely’s Compound As tringent and Tonic, In cases of Diarrhoea, with much suc cess; and especially last summer in a case of summer complaint in an infant of mine some nine months old, and cheerfully recommend its use to the public. St. Paul, May, 24, 1752. WM. HENRY FORBES. I have used the Indian Compound As tringent and Tonic, myself, and In my family, and found it effective, especially in cases of children teething, an<] consider it an active and safe remedy for all Bowel Com (taints. A. R. FRENCH. St. Paul, August 1,1851. I have used the Indian Compound As tringent and Tonic, prepared by Mr. Edmund F. Ely, and foun 1 immediate relief; and cun cheerfully recommend it as a speedy and sure cure for diseases of the bowel*. St. Paul, May 24, 1852. H. F. MASTERSON- I certify that I have used the Indian Link, railed “PeslKiiagomlk,” and recommend the tame a* an excellent a s trtngetit, pleasant In its taste, snd crrtslt In It* cure. J. j. XOAH. August, 1861. 36m6 All orders for the shove Medicine should be ad dressed to E. F. Ely, St. Paul, Minnesota. IUAR EAGLE FLOUR, freshground, * » the best ever In this market, Just received and to« sale by REV & FARMER. R. S. HARRIS A CO. wholesale and RETAIL GROCERS, Forwarding and Commission Merchants. BOAT STORES. ALSO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PURE BR VXDY, WINKS, CIGARS, Ac. HAV E on hand and are constantly rewiring the following, whiv.li wv are prepared tr Mil cheap and on terms that cannot rail to salt purchasers. . SUGARS AND MOLASSES. 40 lihds* N. O. Sugar, 60 bhls. S H Molasav", 100 Mils clarified A A Bsugar 60 hf bbls S II do 60 do “ OkOO do 20 kegs do do 20 do loaf do 20 bbls X O do 20 do crushed do 20 hf bbls do do 10 do pulverized do 10 kegs Golden Syrup, COFFEE AND TEA. 100 socks Rio Code ■, 76 bxs Imperial Tea, 30 saeks Java do 60 Sib bxs do do 30 « Laguira do HO bxs OP do 10 “ St. Domingo Coffee, 40 Sib bxs OP do 20 “ Havana Oreen do 40 « A Ulb bxs Y H Tea, 10 bxs ground do SO bxs blk Oalmo do 6 “ Manilla do 10 do do verv fine do PORK AND BACON. 100 bbls Mess Pork, fioo -Sugar Cur- d llsm-, 30 do Prime do 10 cask* clear Sides, 40 hr bbls Family Pork, 10 do Shoulders. COD FISH, MACKEREL, At. 25 bbls No 1 Mackerel, 6 drums Cod Fish, 20 do No 2 do 6) bxs do do 15 do No 3 do 60 kits Salmon, 60 kits Xo 1 do 100 bxs Herring, CAXDLES 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 PICKLES AX 1> CATSUP. 25 bxs assorted Pickles, 25 bxs Tomato Catsup, 6do Cabbage do 6do Walnut do 6do Pic,,llla do 6 do Mushroom do SPICES AXD EXTRACTS. 20 bxs ground Pepper, 40 doz Extract of Lemon, 10 do ground Pimento, 10 do do Vanilla, 6 ,lo do Cassia 30 do do Cloves. 30 Illatts do 10 do do Rose, TABLE ERL’IT AXD PRESERVES. 15 bxs Cherries, _ |0 bxs preserved Pear*. 10 do Peaches, lo do Quinces, 10 do Strawberries, |o do assorted Jellies 10 do Apricots, lo do Jams, TOBACCO AXD CIGARS. 50 bxs Virginia Tobacco, 100 bxs choice Regalia, viz -20 do Missouri do 20 do Jenny Lind, 25 do RAR smoking 20 do Napoleon, 60 do (lAW do io do l-a Union, 5 do S L chewing do 50 do Washington, 10 do Nectarlna do 50 do Principe, 6do Gold Leaf do 60 do Cuba Sixes. , WINKS AXD LIQUORS. .0 lif pipes Brandies, viz: 6qr cks Burgundy Port, 4hr do Ward, pure 6~r do Pure Juice do 4hfps Pi net, Castiltar Aco 1 pipe Swan Gin, J *}° 10b bids rectified Whisker, a .'I" i, Po PrCy ’ 40 -I-Mon-la and Bye do i' 1 « rs Pro °* 1° Chaufimgnc CiJer, *0 <lo Brandy j,, 40 mil pipes Brandy, 10 do Stoughton, 20 bxs Brandy Cherries lo do Peppermint, In i"’., , p ' arhis « 2qr casks Malt Wine, 10 do Absliitha, lo bxs stomach hitlers, SniP CHANDLERY. lOOcollsass’d Mau’laCordageSOO Tackle Blocks, assorted, 60 do lard 600 Hooks and Thimbles, 100 Capstan Bars, assorted, Oke n P ," . k *o""’ , 200 Vawl and Skiff Oars, 25 coils Cotton Rope, a.v.’d 600 Selling Poles, 2 do Lead Line Hemp 200 Sockets, 1 e” „ ..4“ Cotton 10 pair Cant Hooks ? 7° „?? e " ,'Vr st) Sheaves, plane A bushi-.l 2 do fi heel R;.|>", 25 do for Tiller Rope, 5 J.ii Dick Buckets, 10 doz Hickory Brooms, t.um Packing, all sizes, Gusket Paper, i 4 60 bbls Pitch and Rosin, Gs Tar 6o bales Oakum, 60 do wro t Spikes, ass’d 1000 lbs Spun Yarn A Marlin uO \\ ood Pumps, 2b Caulking Mallets SUNDRIES. 200 sacks G A Salt, 300 I,bis Family Flour, 30 do I. B do 20 cases Matches, 50 do Dairy Salt, 20 bxs Pepper Sauce ,«»«*• ' lo ... 6 'lo Green Corn and Peas 1000 gal Sperm Oil, 10 .1., Lemon Syrup, 20 bbls Lard do 6do Orange Water, 10 lif bbls I-aril Od, 20 do Starch, 10 bbls Linseed do 6 tierces Rice, 6 do Tanners’do 100 bxs Bby 10 Glass, 5 Baskets Olive do HO do 10 by 12 do 5(10 cans Sardines, -to , )o n bv 1S do 500 do Fresh Oysters, 60 do 12 by 18 do 20 Nest’s W Tubs loot) lb, Lathe Twine, 20 doz Painted Buckets, -20 121 b cans Mustard, 6 casks Saleratus, 30 bxs do 20 bxs do 30 do Pipes 50 bbls Cider Vinegar, 20 do Collins’ Axes 50 cans Lobsters ami Clam-2000 lbs Bar Lead, 00 kegs Blasting Powder 100 pigs do 00 do Klile 20 bxs Jenny Lind Candy -io 1,0 annon 20 do assorted Brandy do o’-0 doz cans SiKirting do 60 kegs Lard, 100 do Brooms, assorted 60 Firkins Butt r, 00 nns wrap’g Paper,ass'd 10 bxs Ginger 20 dz Writing Paper, 20 bbls S -S Almonds, 200 gross playing cards, 10 do Brazil Nuts •250 bxs W It Cheese, 10 do Pea Nuts, ’ 25 <lo E D do lo do Filberts, 250 kegs Nalls, assorted, 20 bales Wrapping Twine, 50 druma Figs 200 lbs Seine do 20 oms Pilot Bread, 200 do Sack d£ 2 dz Husk Matts. 100 bxs Raisins, 2 do Manilla Matts, 50 hf bxs Raisins, 6 do Butter prints, 5 casks Raisins, ® ~ l<’ , Ladles 20 gross Lamp Wick, 20 do Scrub Brushes, ass’d 200 lbs Candle wick. 60 packages Pins, 20 doz blue and black Ink, IO dz shoe brushes, 20 do Shoe Blacking, 10 do Zinc Wash Bosrds, 50 do Shoe Tacks, 10 do Paint Brushes, lo bxs Clothes Pina, 2do Dnating do 60 doz Bed Cords, o do Jelly Moulds, 6 do Mouse and RdtlTaps, 500 lbs live Geese Feathers, 6do Coffee Mills, 5 bxs Cayenne Pepper, 6 kegs Salt Petre, 500 bushels Plasterers’ llalr 1000 gals Stone Ware, -Y ‘■l m Ca|,s ’ 200 "•Cks Shot, assorted, 100 lbs Nutmegs, 2 doz Oil Osns, 10 bxs \ srinacllla, 100 bbls Louisville Cement. 10 dz Macaroni, 2 doz Selves, 10 do Coopers’ Isinglass, 6 bxs Curls.., 10 do Shre.l do 20 do Yeast Powders, 20 bxs Chocolate 50 bbls Crackers, 100 do Indigo, 5 cases Prunes. Galena, June 5, 1852 37y NORTH-WESTERN BOOK STORE. Joseph X. Waggoner, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, A’o. 93 Main Street , four story Brick Corner , Galena, 111. £3*Agonc.v for the sale of superior Printing Galena, May 22. 35_ y JOS. M. BROWN, TIIOS. If. THATCH, JON. Q. HART. BROW* THATCH k HART, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FINE CLOTHING AND GENTLE MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Mo. IG6 Main .Street, West side, bet. Washington Avenue and Virginia Hotel, St. Loris, mo. WE ARE NOW OPENING, Dl * " rect from the East, a large and superior assortment of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, for Gentlemen’s wear, consisting chiefly of the liner and better grades, selected from the best Importing and Commission Houses, and made up in a superior manner, expressly for this market. All kinds of Clothing, ready made and warranted, at wholesale, very low for Cash or good paper. A great variety of Gents’ Furnishing G«*ods, such as Shirts, Cravats, Gloves, Ac., Ac., which will be sold to the trade at New York wholesale prices. We respectfully solicit a call. St. Louts, May 16, 1852. 31-ly F. N. NEWEL, Wl HOLESALE & RETAIL dealer in * * Cook, Parlor, Box Stoves of all kinds. 'FHE CHARTER OAK, four sizes J I patented 1852; It has a very large oven, bakes per fcctly and to a charm. For sale by F. 8. NEWELL F EFFEL’S Double Oven, the neatest X-J of the Cincinnati castings with extra oval cast iron boilers, can be seen at F. S. NEWELL’S. 'I'HE Queen of the Forest, an elevated X oven stove pleasln* to all who use It by the satis factory manner work is dune and the case attending it, in store and for 6ale by f. S. NEWELL. C’ORN Shelters in Store and for sale by F. S. XKWELL. PORTABLE Fire Engines of all sizes for sale by F. 8. NEWELL. p ARPENTER’S - Tools7 Planes7Chis~- scls, Bits, Flies, &c., at F. S- NKWKM.’S. Farming implements,shovels, Spades, Hoes, Rakes, Forks, Cradles and Plows in store and for sale by F. S. NEWELL. □ ARDWARE—Cross Cut and Mill XJL Saws, Axes, all kinds, Hammers all kinds, Ac. For sale by F. S. NEWELL. t'AMILY Grindstones, Oil stones, &c. for aalo at F. S. NEWELL’S. T/TTCHEN WJVRE—Ttmves and forks, X\- Waffle Irons, Ladles, Basting Spoons, Chopping Knives, Tea Bells, Sieves, Shears, Sadlroo, Brass Kettles, Pic Plates, Ac., for sale at F. S. NEWELL’S. Ca LASS—AII sizes, Fireproof Paint, IT Scales, Trucks, Ac., ]■ store and for sale by P. S. NEWELL YJU ANTED—3OOO old stoves for Foun v V dry purp*»scs, by F. S. NEWELL. tXTANTED—IBOO cords of wood foi v f the Empire Foundry. Enquire at F. S. NEWELL’S. D USSIA, English, and American Sheet XV Iron, and 400 assorted stoves in store and for sale by r. S. NEWELL. UYDRAULIC RAMS, Pumps, Lead K 1 Pipe, Sheeting, and Bar Lead, Patent Chums, Ac., for sale by F. S. NEWELL. St. Paul, Juoc 6. 1052- 37/ ANNULS OF THE Minnesota Historical Society FOR 18354. A FEW copies of this interesting An final, cuafainiiu mor<* about the dlmrovery nii<l early history of Minnesota; its geographical aspect* and mineral and geological resources than any work heretofore IBMi-*d, are still tin hand, and for sale at the Bookstores ol Messrs HeDuc N. Rohrer and Combs’; also at this office. Price, Thirty Cents. OWENS & MOORE, Publishers. SHERIFF'S SALE. Dl virtue of u Writ of Execution is- AJ sued out, and under the se«l of the District Court tor the County of Ramsey, npm a Judgment rendered bv laid Court, on the 23d day of May. A. D-. 1852, in nil ac tion wherein Francis I>. Duborg, John Carrow am Francis ribault are plaintiffs, and Charles w. It ydnn is defentant, In favor of said plaintiffs, mid against the said defendant, for the sunt of three hnndrcd and eighty-six dollars and nine ty cents; I have, on this 27th day of May, A. D- 1852, levied u|s, n Lots of land, numbered 3 and 12, In Block numbered 2, and lot of bind numbered I, in Block, nnm »r O • 2 l “f *' lualc ‘ ln I-eeeb’s Addition to the town of Saint Paul In said County of Ramsey, as the property sa d defendai"; which property I shall expose to sal's If he <* »“ U ,' i”' 1 ’ t ?, tUu h , lKh '« bidder, tor cash, in Trout Mon liv I,' .' ion" l . , " use ’ ’ ■' *G Caul in said County, on hi ' ’-e h . V i U-I V > . ulv ’ '• n - ,852 - at It) o’clock in till loteiuein of said day, or so much thereof us in iv be ■undent to satisfy said execution. ’ , GEORGE F. BUOTT, Sheriff, ***** _ B - v A. J. Whitney, Dept. Sheriff. nan, Minre &€•., Wholesale Dry-Goods Dealers, 123 AXD 135 MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS. ARE constantly receiving new and de sirable styles of ST A PI.E AND FAX'Y GOODS which arc offered at a very small advance for Cash, or to Mer chants who pay their notes whelidu-. Country Merchants Will Hud a decided advantage by an examination of the lar gest bt4jck of goods west of the mountains. I>OAX, KING k CO. St. Louis, -May 22. 35. v C. 11. KEI-f.UM. M. B. MASSON, JK. KELLUM & MASS ON, IzARD OIL AND CANDLE MANUF.VCTURKR.S, —ALSO— Produce and Commission Merchants, No, 21 South Levee , 17. Louis. REFERENCES : K. M. Ryl.iiul Co., i F. B. ChamtierlaUi, > St. I^uis. H. M. Withers, ) St. Louis, May 22. 33. y HANFORD & BROTHER, K. n. THAYER, Manufacturers, N. Y. St. Louis. HANFORD, THAYER & CO., (Successors to Lewis, Thayer & C 0.,) MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALKRSIN ALL KINDS t W Clothing, Shirts, Drawers, and Furnishing Goods, No. iyu Main street, Corner of Green , one door beloir the Virginia House, .ST. LOUIS, Mo. /~*ONSTANTLY on hand an immense yy stock. Minnesota and Wisconsin Lumberman and Merchants can at all times find at “ 190,” a full supply of Clothing got up expressly for their trade, and many ar tlcks which can’t be found In auy otlier House in St. Lou is, stnli as extra sized, fine and heavy r ed, blue, mixed and Old Colony Flannel Shirts and Drawers', extra wdglit Satinet and Casim;‘re Pants, Dunagi* Baes, Jumpers, Over ails, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises, ami Rubber Clothing, Carpet and Kll.un 1 Traveling bays, Satchels, and ifi\ Clothing. Purchasers are respectfully inviteil to call ami “look through our stock.” Always on lj.tiui the largest ami cheapest st«*ck iff assort***! sliirts and drawers in tin, West. Fresh tdotlilug received from our Factory even - week. St4K k m umfactured expressly for tlie Western market. Terms liberal. HANFORD, THAYER & CO. C« mer Main and Green sts. .St. Louis May 22. 30-y h. N. niRD, Cim lunati.] [j. u. Armstrong, St. I.ouis. BIRD & ARMSTRONG, WHOLESALE CANE AND WOOD-SEAT ( IIAIR MAN UFACTURERS, South-West Corner Vine aud Second sis., St. Louis, Mo. U7HOLESALE and retail dealers in » T Chairs are respectfully informed that we will con stantly keep on hand a large and general of Chairs of our ow n manufacture, consisting of Wai-VA nut, Mahogany, Cherry and Maple cam-seats of ev ery description; Wood-seat Kllh»\v, large and small * * ' Oific“, ltoston and Ban. Arm Bakers, Polka, Frencli, Bus tle, Jenny Lind, Bannister, Scrolls, M*»ck Scrools, Sci.llops, Slats, Children’s, &c., which we will jm-II to the trade **n the most lilieral terms, and warrant them to be unsurpas- Kt din beauty of style or finish. Having large manufactu ring facilities, we can oiler inducements that will insure general satisfaction; and hope, through a strict and prompt attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. We invite the visits of purchasers, either Wholesale or lor themselves. BIRD be ARMSTRONG.* St. Louis, May 22. 35-y ALONZO CHILD, ELoN G. PRATT, ORANGE W. PRATT. CHILD, PRATT & CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery. No. 14? Main street, (Third door North of Bank of Missouri,) may 22. 3o_-y. St. 1.01 IS, Mi.. HARDWARE & CUTLERY. WE have now in store a complete as assortment, making our stuck unusually large, wbiib wv offer to purchasers at lowest prices, and on best lenns—among wbleb may In- found a complete assortment of Axes—Simmons’, Collins’, lluutV and others. Sc ythes—W’aldron’s grass, grain, hemp ami bunh. a. - hotted* Scythe Snathes—Assorted, ail prices, qtulitk’s and kinds. Scythe Stones and Rifles—Assorted, all prices, qualities and kinds. Forks—Hay and manure, 2,3, 4 and 6 pronged, n>>’d. Chains—Bright ox and log,B-8, 7 1-6,1-2amiA-8 inch, assorted. Chains—Bright trace ass* rted; coil, lireast and halter, assorted. Collars—Horse and mule, assorted, (hog and kip skins.) H vmes—Horse and mule, steam bent and riveted. Hoes—Carolina, planters’, eyed and handled, ass’d. Rakes—llay amt garden, iron and wood, ass’d. Knives—Table knives and forks, alt patterns and qual ities. Knives—Tabic knives ami ffirks, all patterns and qual ities. Razors—Wade & Butcher’s, Crook*, and other.’, ass’d. Shears and Scissors—Butehei’s, Lux’s, great vari ety of patterns. Locks—. Mineral knob, assorted; door, newest pattern* ami styles. Locks—Pad, chest, trunk, till, plate, assorted. Latches —Knob, thumb and others, all kinds, assV. Butts—Greenwood, narrow, broad and Congress, as.*’d. Butts—Wrought, narrow, brood ami ngr* ss, as.A,i. Screws—l-4 to 4 Inch wood, New Lag land taper. Bells—Ox, horse, cow, hand and sl*dgh, ass’d. Bui sues—White-wash, shoe, scrubbing and horse, as sorted. Chisels—Framing, s**cket, firmer, mortice, as*M. Curry Combs—American, new patterns, as&’d. Cocks —Cock stops, assM; brass do ass’*l. Fii.es —Butcher’s celebrated mill, fiat bastard. Files—Round, hair round, square fiat and all kind', ass’d. Guns—Double and single barrel, shot ami duck, as a ’d. Rifles and Pistols—Revolver*, cast steel harr 1, as muted. Gun Barrels—Assorted; gun trimmings and finding assorted. Hatchets—Shingling, lath, bench ami daw, ass’d. Hinges—Hooks and hinges, strap and T,ass’d. Kettles —Brass, tea, preserving, glue, ass’U. Mills—Coffee, Parker’s, Adams’ and others, ass’d. Mattocks and Picks—Clay and coal, ass’d. Nails—Wrought, 6 to 12*1; horse, 6 t*> I2d, assM. Planes—Bench and moulding, ass’d, all kiwis, supe* rior qualities. Pans—Fry, ass’d; sauce and preserving, ass’d. Shovels—Aim s’, Rowlaml’s and others; garden, min ing and poet. Tacks and Brads—Assorted, all sizes awl kinds. Augurs—Brig lit, (latent concave, convex and cast steel. With a large assortment of carpenters’ and blacksmith’* to*.is, of newest pattern* and b«*st qualities. House and Buihling Hardware—a large assortmenL Also, proprietors of St. Louis Saw and Scale Factory j where we arc now manufacturing largely of, Saws—Extra ca*i steel mill, circular, hand pawl, bow, wood an*l pit taws, of various ((ualitics and of any kind wanted. Al.-o, Scales—Viz: platf**rm, 300 Ujs (.« 4,000 ibs; count* r, hay, flour, Racking, coal and car, of all kinds and descri(>- tlons. Scales and Saws repaired and made to order. We are better prepared to serve our customers an*! pur chasers generally than ever before. Our terms are as la vorablc amt prices as low as tin* lowest. CHILD, PRATT be CO., 147 Main street. St. Izouls, May 22, 1862. 36-2 tn NEW STORE. The St. Paul Hat, Cap and Gentlemen’s Fur ■tailing Store. r PHE subscriber respectfully offers to J- the Gentlemen of St. Paul, ills new stock of and will endeavor to keep a full assortin' nt of articles foi Gentlemen’* use awl wear, such as— Silk Hats, Shirt* Glove*, Beaver do Collars Shaving, Tooth and Children do Drawer#, Hair Brushes, Kossuth do llotserv, Combs, Magyar do Cravat*, Hair Oils, AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STRAW GOODS, SCARFS, COLOGNE, HANDKERCHIEFS, « OAT LINKS, Oil cloth and Cloth Caps, Suspender*, Soap, 4tc. Button; and Tailor* Trimmings, I Julies sewing birds, a useful ar ticle; Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrella*, &c. It. O. WALKKR, Corner Third and Wabashaw st. may 22. 36y pANE FISHING POLES—Justrec’c VJ 8 doz cane Ueblng poles, at the Book store of 0“T 2*- I.E DUC fc. ROHRER. •2 aOH frupFtrees—GrafuJ, Choice Varieties, (pea* h and apple) now growing in my nursery and for sale. GEO. W. FARRINGTON. SSOO CHALLENGE, YV HATEVER concerns the health and , ~ “•PPUwi.e ol a people (s .4 ell time, of the mo,, valuable Importance. I take It for granted th.t ereTr jerson will do mil In their power to uve the llv.-z of theD chi dron, and hat ev.Ty person will cnde.yor lo promo o heir own health at all racrllbos. I feel it ~e /ny dutr solemnly assure you th.t Worms, according to Ihe o- Elniim of the >f!Ml celebrated Physlelan, «re •uses of a large majority of dl.iWs ,1 " h ■Uid .dull, are liable ; If you have ap .£e«£ ffmngeatffe from one kind ~t food to another, Bnd Breath 7 Pan. In the stomach, Picking st the Nose, H.rdnes!«n,i Pu llin-ss Of the Belly. Dry Cough, Slow Kev'r' regular remember that all lhesedeu.de Warms, and eon do .uld at once apply the remedy ’ ,na r ° HOBENSACK’S WORzM SYRUP. All article founded upon Scientific Print tides, compound ed with purely vegetable *ubslance<, tielng perfectly saf* when taken, and can be given to the most tender Infant with decided iHUieflclal effect, where Bowel Complaint s and Diarrhea have made them weak and debilitated the Tunic properties of my worm Syrup are such that it stand* without an equal in the catalogue of medicines, in giving tow ami strength to the stomach, which make* ft an in fallible remedy for those afflicted with Dyspepsia, the as onlshing cures performed by this syrup after Physician* lave failed, is the best evidence of its superior efficacy ever all others. THE TAPE WORM, Thi-i is the most difficult Worm to destroy of all that iff. f»‘si the human system; it grows to an almost indefinite 1 ngtli, becoming so coiled and fastened In the intestine* and stomach, afiVu ting the health so sadly as to cause St* it is Dance, FUs, bee., that those attflcted seldom if ever inspect that It is Tape JVorm hastening thein to an early Bftve. In order to destroy this worm, a very energetic tTt ,m,!t t be pursued, it would therefore be proper * uae b to 8 of my liver Pills so as to remove all obatruc* l ow, that the Worm syrup may act direct upon the Worm, * ! . H"* 1 tak< “ n 1,1 do#es of 2 tablespoonfula 3 times s day .these direction* followed have never been known lo fan m curing the most obstinate case of Tape Wornu Hobensack’s Liver Pills. No part ~f the system is mure liable t„ disease n„ n the l.iw-r, tl serving as a mterer to purify the blood, or giv ing I lie proper secretion to tbe bile; so that any wrong notion of the Liver affects the other important parts vf Die system, ami results variously, In Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, etc. We should, therefore, watch every symptbm that might indicate a wrong action of tho Liver. These Pills being comfiosed of Root* and Plant* furnished by nature to heal the sick : Namely, Ist, an pectornnt, which augment the secretion from the Pul • n<.nary mucus membrane, or promote* the discharge of Secreted matter. 2d. An Alterative, which changes hi some inexplicable and insensible manner the certain mor-* Idd action of the system. 3d. A Tonic which gives tone an-1 strength to the nervous .-y»tein, renewing health and vigor to all parts of the body. 4th. A C athartic which acts in perfect harmony with the other ingredients, and aperating «>n tho Bowels, and expelling the whole mas* of corrupt and vitiated matter, and purifying the Blood, w hicli destroys disease and restores health. To Female*. \ >e.\ w ill find these Pills an invaluable medicine In many complaints It, which you are subject. In obstructions, ei ther total or partial, they have been found of Inestimable benefit, restoring their functional arrangement* to a heal thy ac ion, purifying the bl*»od and other fluids so effec tually tii put to flight uil complaints which in ay arise from female Irregularities, as headache, giddiuess, dimness of debt, pain in the side, back, etc. None genuine unless signed “J. N- Ilobensack,” anoth er* being base imitation. tVJ* Agents w ishing new supplies, and Store Keepers desirous <»t becoming Agents must address the Proprietor, I. N. Ilobcnsack, I’liiUdHHiWi, Pa. U) y For sale by J. n. STEVENS & Co. SCARRITT & MASON’S SPRING ARRANGEMENTS f O R 1852. WE ARE NOW IN RECEIPI’ OF * ’ ,he lantffnt atbl t"-.t aszortol stuck of KUBXITLRK mill I J lloijiTKKl, wo have over had; which wc offer lu wholesale aini retail dealers at the very lowest price., mid feel confident wo cannot fall lo meet their approba tion. ln connection with our manufacturing, we purchase rrom all the best markets, Hast or West, thus keeping pace with all Improvements in onr line, ami enabling us to of ler a great variety of late styles at ihe lowest prices. Our Warehouse is large; this with other facllltses every way I-Mual, enables us to keep a large stock st sll times, thus uteriug great inducements to Wholesale Dealers. We invite attention to a large stock of sofas, sofa beds, lounges, bureaus, aardrobes, divans, rocking ami parlor chairs, cane-seat chairs, tables, bedsteads, office and easy chairs, w ire and tin safe?, spring, hair, cotton, moss, p*>- lineaiid husk MATTIt ESSES, with a complete a*sortment iff UPHOLSTERY, all of our own make, and every article warranted, thus making a perfect assortment of desirablo PARLOR, HOTEL, BED ROOM AND KITCHEN FUR NITURE, To which w c are continually receiving addition*, thus keeping our stock large and complete, and insuring order* filled without dclnv. SC Alt HITT’S PATENT SOFA BED, Which Is acknowledged the most desirable article of tho «»cr on i,ami or made to suit your taNte at short notice. The attention of all hou>ekefpcr* # hotel-keepers, steamboat officers, and the public in gen eral, Is requested to an examination, when we think tboy w ill each and all say we are correct. TO DEALERS. We efT*r at Wholesale— -206 Bureaus. 200 Children’* chfilr*. 100 S<ffa<, too Office chairs, 100 Mohogany rockers, 100 Willow chairs, 60 Rosewood aud mahog- 100 Willow cradles, auv easy chairs, 100 Tin and vire safes, 200 Maliogany parlorchairssoo Bedsteads; 200 Uanc-seat rocking do; 260 Dining and breakfaot la -200 Wood seat do do; bles, 1,000 Cam -seat chairs, 200 Work stands, 1,000 Woo*l-seat do 100 Sewing stands, Ac# Wo have made arrangements for a continued large sup* ply of the above and all other articles In our line, and confidently say don’t “ go further, as you may fare worse.” Please call and examine, at No. 60 Washington Ave "nS- , . w SCaRHITT a mason. St. Louis, May 1. 33-2ni LATEST ARRIVAL ' OF FRESH GROCERIES! T) E Y &. FARMER, Roberts street, next A-%/ d«xir to the World’s Fair, have Just received per Dr. Franklin No. 2, their second spring *t4ick of fresh Family Groceries, Provisions, &c., which they will sell at their usual cheap rate*. Our supply Is now superior to any ever brought to thi* market; and we confi dently appeal to our former customers for a continuance of their favors, knowing that those who have purchased of us once w ill not fail to come again. »>*>• REY k FARMER. EWTRA superfine War Eagle Flour— -a_J A supply on hand, which we can sell at the most ac c<‘imn*slating rates. REY be FARMER. PORK —An excellent article for Fam ''j'E/VS—Fresh Teas, received at New X York by the late quick trips of the “Clipper licet,” imlv ninety days from Canton, the* best In market. KEY k. FARMER. :VI ACCARONI AND VERMICELLI •I*-*- —A new supply of fresh and good, rec’d per Frank lin No. 2, for sale by ItKV tv FABMBB. RAISINS— Fresh MR. Raisins, of thi* Spring’s Importation, rec’d per Franklin Xo. 2, for “teJ’J HKY fc FABMBB. IAHIED FRUlT—Apples and Peaches, AJ a most snis rior article, for sale by I I YA FARMER * MAILS—Of all sizes, from the best -i- manufactories in the country, for sale at very low rat* * by REY bt FARMER. p HILDR EN’S Carriages and WiW v-/ Ware of all kinds, purchased at the manufactory, and for sale by REY k FARMER. pANDLES AND SOAP.—Star and yy mould candles and the bc«t qualify of soap for sale l»y pOTTON BATTING—A good supply <>n band. HKY & FARMKR. ■VI ANUTA COItDAGE—For sale by I* ! HKY fc FABMF.R. pOFFEE AND SUGAR—Stock of ' — 2 laith larg. lv rcpivnlsVicl by arrival of Franklin No. 2, every variety of (hes.- articles for sale by RBY A FARMER. LE CLAIRE FOUNDRY, DAVENPORT, IOWA. r rHE PROPRIETORS of the above JL establishment would call the attention of mill-wrfghts and inlll-owncr*, with others that may want machinery to the fa A that they are ready to furnish various kinds of work at their establishment viz : Mill (tearing for flour and saw mill*, hoisting and light er screws, reaction water wheels of different kinds, borsa powers, threshers and sep Ar *b>r&, fanning mill,coin »hel lor, plow and cultivator castings, wagon hub*, arms and boxes, grates f*>r window s, pavements and parlor*, fronta for store and warehouse*, columns, plain or fluted square r>r round, boat and mill engines, large or small, horizon tal or upright, slide or lever cut-off; Blacksm!thing and finishing, and In fact everything ordered tn our line, of Iron brass, composition or babbit metal. Our patterns are all new, and mlll-wrlghts ordering ma chinery can have it In the latest aad best style. We do not intend to be surpassed by any establishment, for neat ness of proportion, or strength and durability. Care and experience will be exercised In selecting, mixing, and duelling of metals, to make It satisfactory’ to the purvba ier and creditable to the manufacturer* LE CLAIRE, DAVENPORT k CO. Davenport, May 22, 1860. 36-4 tn Choice Lands for Sale. WE have several tracts of choice farm inn lands, a short distance from St- Paul, which wc wish to sell on reasonable terms. ALSO, A tract of heavily-timbered bottom land, on the Missbfipl'U opposite Little Crow vUl«*e, four miles below St. Paul. This tract offers rare inducements to persons wlshm* limber lor manufacturing purposes and firewood. Apply to WILLOUGHBY k rttWF.RS, Llverj’ Stable, Roberts Street.