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(How to th* world th. following could bo oo long mto- Uld, and tbua suffered to go ou of —mm, I* on. of tho mysteries of the printing offlce of which oven wo can give no explanation.—Edo.] Por tho Mlnßcootim. THE TEMPERA BICE BANNER. Indepeadence Ode for W 52. BT FLORILLA FLEETWOOD* 0» where ere the men who so (earless and brave Pered the winds of the Deep, and the swift Indian arrow; NFbo awed to retreat the savage and beast, Aid follow’d their footprints with'the plow and the har row! Pair cittas appear’d where their wigwams were reared, The church spire was pointing to him they revered! They were gone ere the star-epangled banner did wave 4 KVer the land of tho free and the home of the brave.” And where we the men who pledged “Life or Death, Baarte and we will give to cast off oppression j” Who sought for tha safety of country and homes, The God of the armies to lend his protection t and where Is the man whose undaunted hand Led onward to conquest that Immortal band? The star-epangled banner In triumph doth wave O’er the spot where a Washington rests m his gmve. Bis spirit to txrgs on to “duty and Ilfs,” » auntie has fallen on Columbia’# stern freemen; That spirit which nerved the strong arm in its fight Bas stooped to the earth, for lie birth place whs Heaven, go we will lead on till the conquest Is won, Andacblsved are the efforts of “ Daughter ” and «aon.” TUI the Temperance banner in triumph doth wave “ O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.” King Alcohol’s armies are marebal’d for fight; Els death shots are thick and be heoda hot the walling Of heart-broken widow or fatherless child; But, alas 1 he grows pals that bis force# are falling, The proud flag he sees waving free to the breeze, And he knows “ no surrender ” to spirits like these. Mast head on the Temperance ship It doth wars “O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave.” Her Thirty-one Sisters win gaze and admire The spirit determined which aids in outsripping The rest of her kindred lu virtue and right, gnd with Maine her exemplar is sure of succeeding. With Law for the arm, we are free from all harm; The enemy vaunts yet we take no alarm Bo long as the Temperance bannei doth wava O’er fair Minnesota the home ef the brave. Bt. Paul, July, 1852. [The following from the pen of one of the sweetest song writers of our century, and an American In heart, as well ss by birth, education and association, bas not Its equal among the lyrics called forth by the Mexican war, •ave In Maync Reed’s “ Monterey,” and scarcely in that. Amid the clap-trap doggerel which the Presidential cam paign Is calling out, eulog'stlc of the men and scenes of the Mexican conquests such gems as this shine forth with refulgent splendor.—Eds. Minnesotian.] The Men of Clierubosco. BY C. F. HOFFMAN. They*l? point them out iii after years— The men of Cherubmco tight! And tender hearts will name with tears The gallaut spirits quenched at ulght, When each who under Winfield fought, -And kept the field alive, Was equal, iu the deeds he wrought, To any common five; They’ll point them out, those veterans then, As far beyond all common men, And each to each, with stern delight, Will name the Cherubusco light. They’ll sing their praise when they’re no more— The men of Cherubusco fight! And when their latest march Is o’er— As one by one is lost to sight— Then girls will beg his friends to spare, From off that hoary brow, A shred but of the scattered hair Which waves so richly now; And loiterers by the iun side hearth Will pause amid the tavern mirth; And, filling, fear since he bas )>assed. They’ll drink “to Cherubusco’s last 1” They’ll paint their deeds in statued hall— The deeds of Cherubusco fight! And on the smoke-dried cottage wall Will smile their pictures, brave and bright; Who fought w ith stalwart Scott of yore, That storied field to win— When eTery Warrior bosom bore Five hero hearts within; They’ll legends tell of heroes then, Far, far beyond all modern men; And still In song will grow more bright The deeds of Cherubusco fight. Mr. Prrkins Perplexed. —“ I can’t •ee how it is! There’s Tewksbury, he’s been off again—down to Newport with his wife, two children and a servant! Where under heaven he gets money to spend in this way is more than I can tell. He hadn’t a cent when he began five years ago. Look at him now—lives out of town, keeps a horse, drives in and out every day. His expenses must be large —yet he seems to pay as he goes. I hope there is nothing wrong about Tewks bury. Then look at the money he spends for advertising! Why, that is enough to ruin any man, I don’t care how rich he is. I have been in business for thirty years, and I can’t afford any of these things. Wouldn’t I look well taking ray wife down to Newport, and staying there eight weeks ?—eight weeks indeed ! I sent her on a cheap excursion—hut I couldn’t go myself. I can’t afford it— don’t take in money enough to do it. And then to see a man spend his money, just to let people see his name in the papers —and sending cards and bills all about the country. Tewksbury bleeds freely for his vanity I must confess! They don’t catch me in that trap, no how; it don’t do no good. I got a lot of cards and bills printed five years ago. and there they are in the desk now. Nobody ever calls for them. And then I advertised four weeks in a newspaper—money thrown away—wasted! Tewksbury is a fool, and he must fail sooner or later. I’m sorry for him—he was naturally a clever fellow. It must cost him more to advertise than all the money I take! I wish somebody would buy me out—trade is so dull!” All he said about Tewksbury was true enough with the slight exception, that Tewksbury was in danger of failing. That verv thing that Perkins thought would fail him was that which kept him up. He began business with nothing but bis brains—he let the people understand where he was, and what he had to give them for their money, and he got a great run of trade, which is constantly increas ing. Perkins lost his business just as fast as his customers died off or went off ■—he took no steps to get new ones, and the consequence is that he is just living on what he made twenty years ago. He had better shut up his shop than try to live in these times without advertising. Reader, are you following in the tracks of our friend Perkins ?. If you are, either shut up your shop or pitch into this great public—if you don’t do the latter, your your creditors will pitch into you and shut you up. An impression prevails at Washington, that a serious difficulty may arise between England and the United States, in relation to ue Nova Scotia fisheries. The Springfield Register says “that Il linois will roil up larger crops this year than have ever been realized io tbe State.” BA H F. M CLOSKEY. WHOLESALE GROCER, COMMISSION' AND FOR WARDING MRKCIIANT, Importer .f Win.a. Liquors, Cigar., elf., No. 3'J Levee, Catena, Ill* 13 NOW RECEIVING HIS LARGE and well selected stock of Groceries, Provision*, Wines, Liquors, etc., which he offer* to the trade at the loweet market rates for cash. 225 hhds N O sugar ISO bbls green applet 200 bbls clarified do 60 hales batting 100 bbls loaf, crushed and 60 bbls batter crackers powdered sugar 60 1001 b hxs codfish 172 bbls St Louie S H mo- 75 601 bdo do lasses 126 261 bdo do 100 bbls plantation molasses 260 bxs Scotch herring 150 “ X O S H do 15 cases sardines 76 “ Syrup do 72 doz buckets 26 kegs Golden Syrup do 60 neeu tubs 350 bags Rio coffee 126 coils rope 75 packs Java coffes 160 doz bed cords 16 “ Mocha do 60 dot plow lines 36 bsgs Msracaibo coffes 100 bale* oakum 60 hf chests T H tea JO bbU rwin 76 do Imp do 7o do pitch 40 do G P do 60 do tar 126 131 b bxe Imp do 375 kgs assorted nails 100 do G P do 60 do spikes 100 do T Q do 76 bxs qt and pt f asks 260 61b GP T H and Imp do 60 do ass’d tumblers 126 21b Caddys tea 26 do ass’d decanters 76 bbls nos 1,2 A 3 raacki 60 do spice Jars 60 hf qr and 1-Sth bbls do 126 do Virginia tobacco 06 kits salmon 75 do Mo do 76 do mackerel 125 cases Vs do 20 bbls pickled herring 100 bxs smoking do 26 drums codfish 25 bbls “ do 260 bxs palm soap 16 bxs Scaffarlatl do 60 bxs \ arlegated do 25 do Vennicella 75 do shaving do 30 do Maccaronl 200 do mould candles 25 csks Zante currants 100 do dipt do 28 bxs spice chocolate 76 do star do 250 lbs dried cherries 60 hf bxs star do 6 cases preserved ginger 60 qr “ do 25 bbls S S almonds 60 bxs solar do 15 do filberts 26 bxs sperm do 30 do pecans 100 61b bxs solar candles 10 do pea nuts 126 bxs pipes 16 do Brazil nuts 40 bxs fancy stone pipes 10 do Eng walnuts 76 bales candle wick 76 bxs pt and qt pep sauce 60 do wrapping twine 35 do walnut catsup 30 bxs ground spies 15 cases table salt 30 do do pepper A ginger *25 do assM pickle# 160 mats cassia 200 b x > M raUlns lbbl nutmegs 150 hr bxs do Ido cloves 100 qr do do 26 bxs citron 600 drums Smyrna figs 150 gross blacking 25 nests cov’d buckets 100 dox blacking brushes 25 bxs clothes pins 60 scrub brushes 50 nests clothes baskets 26 casks Boston saleratus 30 tierces rice 30 bags pepper and spice 250 i nis and bals wrap paper 76 doz ziuc wash boards 50 do letter do 600 dags assorted shot 25 do cap do 1000 lbs bar lead 75 gross ass’d playing cards 600 kegs rifie powder 10,000 guuny bags 300 do blasting do 60 bbls vinegar 15 cases canister do 15 do lard oil 260 M percussion caps 10 bhds whale and sperm oil 22 bbls oysters 25 baskets olive oil 60 cases asst’d preserves 16 cases P A cheese 60 bxs Eng dairy cheese 160 bxs W R do 250 bush dried apples 25 do soda crackers 76 do do peaches 60 do do do 150 bxs lemons and oranges 600 bags G A salt 35 doz brooms 125 do L B do 36 bxs ink 360 do dairy do 60 do candy 260 bbls hydraulic cement 26 bxs lemon syrup 300 do mess pork 125 gross matches 60 do lard 60 bxs prunes 160 kgs do 76 do mustard 10,000 lbs dried beef 50 cases mustard 175 kgs butter *26 bxs tomato catsup 75,000 lbs hams and should’s 60 do starch 1,000 lbs 8 F flour 300 do window glass, asst’d WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 60 qr casks B port wine 100 bxs Cuba cigars 10 qr do Sicily Mailer la 60 do flue imported regalia 10 casks pure Juice P wlue 16 qr casks united proprie -5 do old sherry dark do tors brandy 25 do Malaga do 10 hf ps Otard and Cobraudy sdo old pale sherry do 15 qr pipe* assignette do 5 do London dock do 6 de Moreau do 10 do Oporoto do 10 hf casks champagne do 10 do Lisbon Madeira do 6qr do Megglery do 6 do cherry bounce do 6hf do Goddard do 6do Teneriffe do 10 qr do Hennessey do 125 bk’s lliedsieck champg'u 10 qr do Kaite&u do 75 casks Rhineish wine 6qr do Pellevolsln do 50 do claret do 10 qr do J J Dupuy do 150 bxs Newark cider sqr do Ala Monderedo 150 do claret wine 10 pps Otard A Co do 150 do llaut Pautcne very fine vintige, 1793. 6 qr casks Muscat wine 601-Sth csksslgnette brandy 50 bxs white wine 75 bbls X Y do 25 baskets Ilock Rhine do 10 do old Va peach do 25 do Broker's A Hankers 590 do Ohio whiskey sup chami>ague 60 do old Bourbon do 15 coses a by synth 75 do Monongahela do 15 bxs creoso 25 do Rye do 10 cases orange Juice 2 punch Scotch do 25 casks Loudon porter, pts 3 do Irish do and qts 3 pipes pure Swan giu 30 csks Scotch ale, pie A qts 25 bbls N E rum 15 casks brown stout 1 puch pure Jamaica rum 350 M regalia cigars 1 do do St Croix do 25 M principe do 25 bbls Baltimore gin. Agent for a Galena and St. Louis, and Galena and St. Paul Packet Line of Steamers. Oai ua, 31 ay io, iso'i. a*-y | HYDRAULIC CEMENT. •THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING BEEN A appointed agent for tlic sale of Louisville Cement, will keep a large supply on hand, and will be sold al a small advance from manufacturers prices. Galena, may 15. II F McCLOSKET. AMERICAN MILLS. r UHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING BEEN A appointed agent for the above mills, will keep con stantly on hand a supply of “Extra Family Flour.” War ranted superior to any flour sold in thi? market. Galena, may 15. _ lIF McCLOSKEY. UIEMIJOHNS—ISO, 1,2, 3, 4 and 5 galls, received per Excelsior, and lor sale by 11 FM'Closkey. (^OFFEE —350 bags Rio coffee just re- V-/ ceived per Golden Era, and for sale by H FM’Closkey. r j’OBACCO —125 bxs. Virginia, rec’d -A and for sale by II F M’Closkey. L'IGS—SOO drums received and lor sale by h F M’Closkey. L> ICE—2S tierces rec'd per Golden Era 4t and for sole by H F M’Closket. VJALERATUS—2S bxs. Boston Salera- tus, rec’,l and for sale by H F M’CI.nsKEV. V IACKEREL—7S bbls. No. 1, 2 and 3 mackerel, rec’d per Golden Era, amt for sale by U F M’Oloskey. f PEA —150 ht. chests G. P. Imp. and Y u tea rec’d p r Golden Era, and for sale by H F S’CLOntY. ( 'CRRANTS—2S casks Currants rec’d vy per Golden Era, and for sale by H F M’Closkey. TJ ERRING—22S bxs. Scotch Herring J—L rec’d per Golden Era, and for rale by H F M’Closkey. P AISINS—2S bxs. M. R. Raisins, rec’d for rale br H F M’Closkey. W INE —150 casks Claret and White ’ * wine, rac’d and for rale by II F M’CLOSKEY. D ACON—SO casks Hams and Shoul rec’d per Bon Accord, and for sale by jVI GLASSES—IOO bbls. rec’d and for saleby II F M’Closkey. OANDLES—ISO bxs. Star Candles, V- 7 rec’d per Wisconsin, and for sale by II F M’Closkey. T'AR —50 bbls. Tar, rec’d per Wiscon- JL sin, and for sale by H F M’Closkey. r ARD—SO bbls. Leaf Lard rec’d per ■*-* Wlscoimln, and for sale by u F M’Closkey. £)() BOXES Pint and quart Flasks, rec’d Vl_ * n ' l for sale n F M’Closkey. U’IDER llNEGAß—Received and for bs ' u_F M’Closkey. UJ.UNNIES —10, (jbo Gunny Sacks rec’d V'* per Bon Accord, and/or sale by H F M’Oloskey. TVRIED BEEF—IO,OOO lbTrDriedßed’ rec’d per Bon Acconl, and for sale br H F M’CI.OSKEY. (GRANGES —50 bxs. Oranges, rec’d for saleby h FM’Closkey. p EOUR 50 bbls. extra superfine Fam rec’d per Excelsior, and for sale by H FM’Closkey. Px KEGS prime Leaf Lard, rec’d ner * Ex.-elslor; for sale by H. F. M’Closkey. Hams and shoulders— 20 Iks! rec’d per Excelsior, and for sale by MESS PORK—3OO bbls. on hand, and IVJ. for sale by 11. F. M’Closkey. SOAP —250 bbls. Yellow, rec’d per Ex- F.xcelslor, and for sale by U F M’Closkey. t HANDLES—ISO bxs. Mould, rec’d and O for sale by II F M’Closkey. UJ.REEN APPLES—IOO bbls. in store, md for sale by IIF M’Closkey. SUGAR —55 hhds. fair to prime N. O. Sugar, rec’d per Wyoming, and for sale by II F M’Closkey. PIGARS—IO,OOO La Union Regalia PfflrJL'A 000 N »Pol«on do do; 10,000 Washington do do, 10,000 Bloomers do do; 6,000 Tret* Maria dn dni IL. 00 Union do do; 6,000 La A Atoeln* do do; 7,000 La Naclonal do do; BJM Prlnclne lemrini d.; roo* per Wyoming; (or .aloby It i™“cK 3 VJ°Y CUMUUML A©VTTB. ■. H. CAMPBELL,. ’• »• JOKB. B. H. CAMPBELL 4c CO., WHOLESALE GROCKKS, FORWARDING AMD COM MISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS. N*. 35 Levee. Galena, 111. ALSO, AGENT* FUR GALENA AND MINNESOTA V. *. MAIL LINE. Nominee, Cain. O. Smith, leave. Galena, Mondays, at 12 o’clock. Ben Campbell, Capt. Lodwick, leaves Galena, Fridays, ' at 12 o’clock. Doctor Franklin, Capt. R. Blakeley, leave# Galena, Wednesday?, at 12 o’clock. cr Goods snlnped to go by the above Line, forwareed (ree of obarge.«£j FRESH GROCERIES. r UHE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW -I receiving their Spring Stock of Groceries, Provision?, Liquor, Glassware, Ac., Ac., which we will sell very low, and would respect!ully nvite your attention to our etock und price# before purchasing elsewhere. We have in slort the following articles: 288 hhds sugar 100 bbls elder vinegar 260 bbls clarified sugar 200 bxs candles 76 bbls crushed, powdered *26 bxs sperm candles aud ioat sugar 60 bxs star do 200 bbls molasses 600 bbls flour 100 hf-bbb do 300 bbls pork 16 bbls golden syrup 6o bbls lard 26 bf-bbls do 100 kegs do 30 kegs do 30 bxs starch 360 sacks Rio, lagulra and 10 bales Gunnies Javacotiee 300 bxs raisins 5o hf-chests imp, Y II and 200 ht-bxs do black tea 200 qr-bxs do 300 caddies Imp, Y H and 60 tierces rice black tea 100 bbls dried apples 76 M assorted cigars 60 bbls dried peaches 200 doz bed cords 300 hf-bxs glass 100 colls rope 10,000 lights sash 60 bales oakum 10 bales hops 600 bbls seine twine 60 bxs pint flasks 50 coils lath twine 26 do tumblers 260 bbu whiskey 20 doz decanters 30 do Bourbon whiskey 60 doz wine glasses 30 do Monongahela do 20 doz champaign glasses 25 do Am brandy 10 doz lanterns 26 do N E rum 160 bxs cheese 20 qi cks port wine 100 nests tubs 29 do Malaga do 100 doz buckets 10 do Maderia do 26 casks saleratus 10 do Sherry do 39 bxs almonds 2 pipes Holland gin 26 trails do 1 do St Croix rum 20 bbls filberts 10 hr-pipes brandy 15 bbls Eng walnuts 20 qr-pipes do 20 bxs maccaronl 30 1-4 do do 60 grogs lamp wicks 25 baskets champaign 100 rms letter and cap paper 76 bxs champaign cider 300 rms wrapping do 10 bxs Muscat wine 30 bxs clothes pins 69 bxs Claret 30 bxs ground ginger 10 bxs AnneseUe 26 bxs extracts, assorted 100 bbls Dayton ale 10 bbls lard oil 100 lbs Isinglass 10 bbls linseed oil 20 bxs preserves 10 bbls sperm do 26 baskets olive oil 100 market baskets 25 bxs pickles 75 bbls mackerel 20 bags pepper 76 hf-bbls do 15 bags spice 40 qr-bbls do 40 cks currants 100 kilts do 1 bbl cloves 100 kitts salmon 1 do nutmegs 25 drums codfish 100 lbs msec 100 bxs do 25 bxs chocolate 100 bxs herring 400 kegs nails 100 small bxs tobacco 30 bxs ground pepper 100 large do do 20 bxs do spice 40 bxs smoking do 15 bxs cas'ia 25 bxs fine cut ch’ng tobacco 600 lbs cassia in mats 10 bxs scallarlati do 60 doz scrubbing brushes 100 bxs pipes 25 doz shoe do 30 bxs brandy cherries 600 M gun caps 100 doz zinc w ashboards 16 cases sardines 6o bbls tar 30 bbls oysters 26 bbls pitch 30 bxs ink 25 bbls rosin 30 bales twine 60 bxs lemons 30 do wicking 10 cases prunes 300 drums figs 600 tacks salt 200 demijohns B. H. CAMPBELL A CO. No. 35 Levee. Galena, May 15, 1852. 34-y R. S. HARRIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Forwarding and Commission Merchants. BOAT STORES. ALSO, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PURE BRANDY, WINES, CIGARS, Ac. HAVE on hand and are constantly receiving the following, which we arc prepared to sell cheap and on terms that cannot fail to suit purchasers. SUGARS AND MOLASSES. 40 hhds* N. O. Sugar, 60 bbls. S 11 Molasses, 100 bbls clarified A A B sugar 50 hr bids S H do 50 do “ OAOO do 20 kegs do do I 20 do loaf do 20 bids X O do j *2O do crushed do 20 lif bbls do do 10 do pulverized do 10 kegs Golden Syrup, COFFEE AND TEA. ; 100 sacks Rio Coflee* 76 bxs lrmrert.il Tcm, 30 sacks Java do 60 61b bxs do do ; 30 « do «0 bxs G P do 10 “ St. Domingo Coffee, 40 611. bxs G P do | 20 “ Havana Green do 40 6 A 131 b bxs YII Tea, j 10 bxs ground do 30 !>xs blk Oalmo do 6 66 Manilla do 10 do do very tine do PORK. AND BACON. j 100 bbls Mess Pork, 500 Sugar Cur< d Harae, 30 do Prime do 10 casks clear Sides, 40 hf bbls Family J\>rk, 10 do Shoulders. COD FISII, MACKEREL, Ac. 25 bbls No 1 Mackerel, 5 drums Cod Fish, 20 do No 2 do 60 bxs do do 15 do No 3 do 50 kits Salmon, 50 kits No 1 do 100 bxs ll»*rring, CANDLES AND SOAP. 200 bxs Mould Candles, 100 bxs Palm Soap, 60 do dipt do 75 do Family do 100 do Star do 125 do Qtdney Yellow, 10 do Adamantine Candles, 50 do Variegated do PICKLES AND CATSUP. 25 bxs assorted Pickles, 25 bxs Tomato Catsup, 6 do Cabl»age do 6 do Walnnt do 6 do Picolila do sdo Mushroom do SPICKS AND EXTRACTS. 20 bxs ground Pepper, 40 doz Extract of Lemon, 10 do ground Pimento, 10 do do Vanilla, 6do do Cassia 20 do do Cloves, 30 matts do 10 do do Rose, TABLE EUUIT AND PRESERVES. 15 bxs Cherries, 10 bxs preserved Pears, 10 do Peaches, 10 do Quinces, 10 do Strawberries, 10 do assorted Jellies, 10 do Apricots, 10 do Jams, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 60 bxs Virginia Tobacco, 100 bxs choice Regalia, viz: 20 do Missouri do 20 do Jenny Lind, ; 26 do RAK smoking 20 do Napoleon, 60 do GAW do 10 dO Union, 6 do S L chewing do 60 do Washington, 10 do Xeetarina do 60 do Principe, 6 do Gold Leuf do 60 do Cuba Sixes. WINES AND LIQUORS. 20 hf pipes Brandies, viz: 5 qrcks Burgundy Port, 4hf do Otard, pure 6qr do Pure Juice do 4hf psPi!iet,Castillar Aco 1 pipe Swan Gin, 4 do Gotard, 100 bbls rectified Whiskey, 4 do J J Duprey, 40 do Mon’la ami Rye do 4 do First Proof 10 bxs Champagne Cider, 20 do Brandy 50 do Claret, 40 Bth pipes Brandy, 10 do Stoughton, 20 bxs Brandy ('berries 10 do Peppermint, 10 do Peaches, 2qr casks Malt Wine, 10 do Absinths, 10 bxs stomach bitters, SHIP CHANDLERY. 100 coils ass’d Man’laConlngesoo Tackle Blocks, assorted, 60 do Tar’d 600 llooks and Thimbles, 26 do Hemp 100 Capstan Bars, assorted, 25 nils Packing Yarn, 200 Yawl and Skiff Oars, 26 coils Colton Rope, ass’d 600 Setting Poles, 2 do Lead Line llemp 200 Sockets, 2 do do Cottou 10 pair Cant Hooka 2 do Bell Rope Hemp, 60 Sheaves, plane A bushed 2 do Wheel Rope, 25 do for Tiller Rope, 6 doz Dick Buckets, 10 doz Vllckory Brooms, Gum Packing, all sizes, Gusk-t Paper, 20 bbls Tar, 50 bbls Pitch and Rosin, 200 kegs Tor 50 bales Oakum, 60 do wro’t Spikes, ass’d 1000 lbs Spun Yam A Marlin 50 Wood Pumps, 26 Caulking Mallets SUNDRIES. *2OO sacks G A Salt, 300 bbls Family Flour, 30 do L B do 20 cases Matches, 60 do Dairy Salt, 20 bxs Pepper Sauce 10 cases do 5 do Green Corn and Peas 1000 gal Sperm OH, 10 do Lemon Syrup, 20 bbls Lard do sdo Orange Water, 10 hf bbls Lard Od, 20 do Starch, 10 bbls Linseed do 5 tierces Rice, 6 do Tanners’ do 100 bxs 8 by 10 Glass, 6 Baskets Olive do 80 do 10 by 12 do 600 cans Sardines, 40 do 11 by 15 do 600 do Fresh Oysters, 60 do 12 by 18 do 20 Nest’s W Tul a 1000 lbs Lathe Twine, 20 doz Painted Buckets, 20 121 b cans Mustard, 6 casks Saleratus, 30 bxs do 20 bxs do 30 do Pipe 60 bbls Cider Vinegar, 20 do Collins’ Axes 60 cans Lobsters and Clam? 2000 lbs Bar Lead, 00 kegs Blasting Powder 100 pigs do 00 do Rifle 20 bxs Jenny Lind Candy 80 do Cannon 20 do assorted Brandy do 620 doz cans Sporting do 60 kegs Lard, 100 do Brooms, assorted 60 Firkins Butter, 00 rms wrap’g Paper,a&s’d 10 bxs Ginger 20 dz Writing Paper, 20 bbls S S Almonds, 260 gross playing cards, 10 do Brazil Nuts 250 bxs W U Cheese, 10 do Pea Nuts, 25 do E D do 10 do Filberts, 250 kegs Nalls, assorted, 20 bale# Wrapping Twine, 60 drums Figs 200 lbs Seine do 20 bbls Pilot Bread, 200 do Sack do 2 d* Husk Matts. 100 bxs Raisins, 2 do Manilla Matt?, 60 hf bxs Raisins, 6 do Butter prints, 6 casks Raisins, * d ® , 20 gross Lamp Wick, 20 do Scrub Brushes, ass’d 200 U>g Candle Wick, in 20 doz b,ue * nti black Ink, J® j* SS* 20 do Shoe Blacking, }® £ Boards, 50 do Shoe Tacks, *• J* 1 ™ Bru » b «*> 10 bxe Clothes Pina, 2do Dusting do 60 do* Bed Cords, 6 do Jelly Moulds, 6 do Mouse and Rat Trans. 600 lbs live Geese Feathers, 6do Coffee mSSL 6 bxs Cayenne Pepper, 6 kegs Salt Petre, 600 bushels Plasterers’ llalr 1000 gals Stone Ware. J 2 “ *» «<*. Shot, assorted, 100 lbs Nutmegs, 2 do* Oil Cana, 10 bxs Varmacilia, 100 bbls Louisville Cement, 10 da Macaroni, 2 doz Selves, 10 do Coopers’ Isinglass, 6 bxs Curiso, 10 do Shred do 20 do Yeast Powders. 90 bxs Chocolate 60 bbls Crackers, 100 do Indigo, 6 cases Prunes. Galena, June 6,1858—37 y HEW GOOD. ARB NEW MUCKS, AT THE Western Emporium. FULLER has just opened for exhibition at hie NEW BRICK STOKE, directly opposite his old stand, a a large and splendid assortment of Dry Gooes, Clothing, Indian Goods, Hardware, Cutlery, Glassware and Crock ery, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps and India Rubber Goods: with every artMe usually called tor In a western establishment, all of which be offers at wholesale and re tail, at prices much reduced. Merchants In the Indian trade will find every article they may wish, in the trade, aud win. the assurance that the charges will be moderate and satisfactory. Orders can at all times be filled to any amount. To the Ladies we would say, we have a few pieces of Delaines and Cashmeres. 20 pieces Alpacas needles SO do bleached cotton 60,000 sharp?, between and 20 do wool flannel buckskin needles 20 do book and Swiss 100 pack? pins muslins, a superior artl- 100 doz retting and ivory cle combs 25,000 yds prints the best as-25 doz scissors, a superior bortnifiit ever brought to article Minnesota, 200 doz white and assorted 2 bales sheetings spool cotton 1 do drilling 100 lbs skein cotton 2 do bed ticking Silk and twist, bees wax, 2 dozen Bay State shawl* Tape and silk brade A few doz do do hose Mitts, wrUtlei* and childrens Lisle thread, ca>hm«*re and gloves silk gloves, a few plaid Cotton wadding linsey, a splendid article Damask and brown linen ta of silvered buttoiis for ble covers trimming dresses Hair brushes Inlaid with 60 pieces linen handk’fs peaarl and plain Gimp? and fringes Ladies’ and children’s shoes Llneu ribbons Ladies’ lined rubber over Woolen yam and knitting shoes. GENTLEMEN’S WEARING APPAREL. 600 cloth, beaver and pilot 100 dozen hickory shirts over coats 100 do over do twill’d fiar 10 doz French and German 20 do under do “ cloth coats 60 do twilled flau drawei 100 cloth, tweed, Jean aud 6 do drivers frocks 6att. sacks 30 do Saxony wrappers, 300 blue aud black monkey merino and jib’d shir Jackets 30 doz merino, ribbed an 300 long greon Jackets sdarlet rib’d drawers 600 pr black and fancy cas. 100 doz super seamed socks and doe skin pants 10 do black silk cravats 1000 pr heavy lined, all si- 60 do silk handkerchiefs zcß and colors 10 do stocks and scarfs 10 doz black satin vests 25 do lin. bosoms and col 10 do fine black cloth do 25 do buck gloves and mi 2 do fine black cloth do 12 do caslim. aud silk 3 do corderoy vesta gloves 3 do lion skin do 3 dozen dressing gowns 25 do heavy winter vests Kip, calf and thick boots 12 do white shirts Irish linen 10 do fine calico shirts Broad cloth and casm. 25 do com do dd Satiuoet and doe skin Rubber ovor shoes Black satin do overalls Black silk velvet and slrge do sack coats Rubber officers coats, do pea jackets INDIAN GOODS, arey and w hite list and scar- ling twine let strouding Fish hooks and lines Scarlet and white blankets Gilt buttons, course and fine Tatfuta ribbon and worsted combs binding 1-2 axes and hand axes Scalping and catouch knife Chinese vermlllion l’is.ols, revolvers aud Bowie Yellow ocbze, cromc yellow knives and green iu papers California aud Buena vista Iroou spoons and ladles knives Bridles, martingales aud se Pocket and Congress knives tingles Powder flasks A gun worms Spike giniblets Cod Hues, sturgen and gil- Rat and beaver traps GROCERIES AND HARDWARE Rio and Java coffee Steel pens and blacking Young Hyson, Imperial and Curry command brushes Shushong teas of a supe- Shoe, cloth aud hair brusue* rior quality Knives and forks Regulia, Principe and Cuba Carving, butcher and long segars buffalo knives Refined lard and fish oil Fur, otter and cloth caps Fine cut chew ing and siuo- A fine and large assortment king tobacco of silk hat* Essence of pepperming Hunt’s and Collins’ axes Castor oil Sardines, lobsters, clams aud Maynard A Noyes’ ink pickles CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 10 mulberry tea sett* assortment of the above for 6 dozen do tea breakfast, diuuer aud tea 45 do plates ass’t sizes 100 fancy teas 50 do dishes aud nappies 100 dozen c c plate* Mulberry sauce turenes and 60 do tumblers boatß 25 do glass lamps Mulberry butter and custard Sauce plates P ,;ltes Decanters and fancy mugs Mulberry flowing, pitchers Match safes, Jacket lamps and basin* Japaned spittoons and bed 30 tierring and light blue lamps, and spangled sets, a full W ith a thousand other articles too numerous to men tion. Persons .wishing to purchase goods, will find it profitable to call and examine this stock before purcha sing elsewhere. D. L. FULLER. St. Paul. Dec. 13, 1851. Lumber for Sale. r PHE undersigned wishes to inform the J- citizens of Saint Paul and Its vicinity that he is opening a Lumber Yard, near the old Shingle Factory,on Jackson and Seventh streets, and Is prepared to fill or ders for all kinds of Lumber of any description, Laths or Shingles. Terms easy. One half up, and the balance on the de livery or ilacl.UM.bor. J . W. BASS, Agent for St. Anthony Mill Co. WILLIAM TAYLOR, "D ARBER and Hair Dresser—has fitted -U up a saloon on Third Street, next door west of the Rost Offlce In Saint Paul, np to tbe Increasing luxury, style and elegance of ihe growing metropolis of Minne sota, where he will be happy to serve citizens and stran gers In St. Paul, In every branch of bis business, accord ing to the best of bis ability. AT THE OLD STAND, Third, between Jackson and Robert Street*. St. I’uul. I HAVE now on band a stock of Groceries, Liquors, Pork, Flour, Damestic ltry (foods, Queensware, Heady Made Clothing, Ilats, Caps. Shoes, tie., that will com pare favorably with any ever b.ought lothis market. Mv assortment of Queen,ware, especially, 1 ran recommend us the largest and best selected in the Territory. Care has been taken to procure the latest styles to be found In tlie Eastern markets. To uiy old customers, and all oth ers, i would respectfully say, call and examine, as I am determined to sell very low for cash, and close out my stock by the opening of navigation. This Is a “sure thing.” nor. 29 —tf. s. n. SERGENT. Look Sharp. HORSES shod according to Nature, aud Shoes made for alt kinds of Diseased Feet, By T. BROOKE, At his New Shop on St. Anthony street, above Fort street, where he is prepared to do all kluds of BLACKSMITHING A share of the public patronage Is respectfully solicit ed. N. B. No charges for Ilorse Shoeing, when not satis factory to customers. st. Paul, Oct. 22 c-uf. NEW GROCERT AND PROVISION STORE, ON BAINT ANTHONY STIIEET, TWO DOORS BELOW THE AMERICAN HOUSE. rpilE undersigned would respectfully Invite the attention L of the public, to their large and well selected stock of Groceries and Provisions. Also, Ready-Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Wines, Liquors, Nalls, Glass, Hardware, Ac, all of which will be sold cheap for cash. S 3” Please call and examine before purchasing else wliere. IRVINE A BKO. St Paul, October 29,1851 7 BOOKS! BOOKS!! BOOKS!!! HA\ IN(f received a larpe assortment of Book? an- Sta tion cry, the subscriber now oilers for the inspeed tion of all persons, a large stock of School B*?.ks and Sta tionery, together with an assortment of standard work* In every department of knowledge. Spelling Books— Webster’s Elemen tary and McGuffey’s Eclectic. Readers— McGuffey’s Ist, 2d, 3d, 4th and sth. Geographys — Smith’s, Mitchell’s anti Parley’s. Arithmetics —Davies’, Smith’s and Ray's Ist, 2d and 3d. llistorys— Willard’s. ALSO—Works on Chemistry, Geolo fy, Philosophy, Physiology and Botany. ’aper, Blank Books, Ink, Quills, Wafers, Steel Pens, Sealing Wax and Envelops, in every variety. W. S. COMBS, Corner St. Anthony and Capitol sts op. Am, House W. S. COMBS, Bookseller Sr Stationer, St. Paul, Min. T., Corner of SI. Anthony and Capitol Sts., HAS made arrangements by which he will receive subscriptions from, and wi il have forwarded to sub scribers at the publisher’s prices, all American Periodicals and Reprint?, British do do Medical do do Serials, American Weekly Newspaper?, London do do French do do His lint comprises upwanls of three hundred dlffer ent Papers, Periodicals, Ac. y PAPIsR HANGINGS. w. s. combes, coa. or St. akthony Ji Capitol Streets, opposite American House. HAS Just received a new lot of rich and beautiful pat terns of parlor, hall, and chamber wall papers, bor- Gers, curtain papers, and fire-board print*, all of which will be sold at the lowest prices. Call and see the Frauklln Book Store, nov. 22. "DUSSIA, English, and American Sheet * Iron; »nd 400 assorted Move* la More and for rale by r. S. NEWELL. CHEAP CASH BTORG.VHOLE4ALE AND RETAIL. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HARDWARE BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, FURNITURE, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. THE •übteriber, by late arrival* 1* now in receipt and opening in hla *tor# on SL Anthony »treet, near the American Honae, a large and mo«t complete a»*ort meut of the above named goods, which will positive y be sold at lower prices for caah than ever before offered in this place. Hl* entire stock wa* selected with great care, and purchased in the eastern and southern markets for cash, so that he cau safely assure his friends and the pub lic generally that it will be to their interests to call be fore purchasing elsewhere and examine his stock, which consists In part as follows: GROCERIES. 5 hhds N Orleans sugar, 12 chests fine Y H tea, 12 bbls d » do 17 caddies du<* imperial tea, 15 “ clarified sugar, 26 “ gunpowder tea, 6 “ crushed do 26 boxes W R cheese, 3 •< pulverized sugar, 10 “ fresh raisins, 8 “ sll molasses, I cask “ currants, 10 • N O do 10 drum? fresh flg?, 4 u golden syrup, 6 boxes assorted candy, 13 bags Rio coffee, 28 dozen boxes sardines, 5 “ Java do 20 “ cans oysters, 10 bbls rice, 6 baskets olive oil, 10 “ butter crackers, 6 boxes assorted pick els, 6 “ No 1 mackerel, 7 “ to .>ato catsup, 3 “ do saliuoiid, 3 “ mushroom catsup, 10 boxes smoked herring, 3 « walnut caisup, 26 “ codfish, 6 “ pepper sauce, 60 “ table salt, 6 “ lemon syrup, 10 sacks coarse salt, 10 M regalia cigars, 7 boxes N Y mustard, 12 “ Cuba “ 6 cases do 6 « Principe “ 6 boxes groud pepper, 15 boxes chewing tobacco, 3 “ grain do 100 dozen smoking do 3 “ alspice, 60 lbs macaboy snuff, 2 •* cloves, 6 boxes S D pipes, 2 “ Cinnamon, 15 <» matches, 8 “ wheat starch, 6 “ ginger, 15 “ No 1 soap, 6 gross Masou’s blacking, 2 “ castile soap, 9 boxes ink, 2 “ fancy do 10 kegs rifle powder, 16 “ mould caudles, 8 dozen cans do 7 “ star do 40 bags shot, 4 “ sperm do 900 lbs bar lead, 3 bbls sperm oil, 10 M gun caps, 6 “ lard oil. 10 dozen brooms, 12 dozen axe helves, 6 “ shoe brushes, 4 “ mop handles, 5 “ scrub brushes, 4 “ door mats, 20 “ bedcords, 10 « clothes lines, 8 “ painted pails, 5 covered buckets, 5 “ washboards, 2 u well do 10 “ measures, 4 boxes clothes’ pins, 6 coils manitla rope, 6 dozen market baskets 6 dozen wood bowls. The above enumerated goods comprise only a small portion of my stock. 1 shall keep constantly on hand a large quantity PROVISIONS, such a.s hams, shoulders, butter, lard, flour, pork, poach es, apples, potatoes, corn and oats. Also, WINES AND LIQUORS, consisting of whiskey, brandy, port, madeira, gin, porter, claiet, ehampaigue aud ale. Also, CLOTHING, a complete and fashionable assortment, made up In the best manner, and of the best material, among which are overcoats, dre>s and frock coats, and vests of all kinds, colors and sizes; under clothing iu great variety. Also, BOOTS AND SHOES, a very large and well selected assortment, too numerous to mention. Also, HATS AND CAPS, embracing all the fall and winter styles. Also, a gene ral assortment of hardware, paints, glass, tinware cutle ry, oils, Ac. JOHN FARRINGTON. INSURANCE BY THE Protection Insurance Comp.’y OK HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. INCORPORATED 1825. Capital Stock, Annual Premiums Sc Western Fund sumoo. THE merchants and householder# of St Paul and Ramsey county, are respectfully refeired to the superior advan tages ottered for Fire and Marine Insurance, by W. P. MURRAY, Esq. The duly authorized Agent for this Company: By the establishment, 26 years since of a central office at Cincinnati, for the prompt settlement of western and south western losses, a careful selection «.f risks, the most unremitting attention to their dispersion, and prudence and economy in all its transactions, the officers of this Compa ny I,ave l» a( i the satisfaction of seeing the usefulness and prosperity constantly upon the increase duriug a long pc riodof years. Many other Companies have in the MEANTIME FAILED TO DISCHARGE THEIR JUST LI ABILITIES, HAVING BEEN WEAKENED AND FINALLY RENDERED BANKRUPT. BY A RECKLESS COURSE OF BUSINESS. Insurance Companies of this stamp and character are continually springing up in various parts of the country. It is not our purpose (by accepting premiums inade quate TO COVER THE AVERAGE ANNUAL LOSS) to compete with such irresi>oiislble offices, w hose object would * H?cm * w collect a considerable sum from the opera tions of one or two seasons, divide the proceeds, and pay their losses, or not, as expediency may dictate. On the contrary, the PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, will maintain its business upon a perma WENT and RESPONSIBLE basis, and thereby secure a con tinuanev of the patronage which bas hitherto been so lib erally extended. W. B. ROBBINS, General Agent Protection Insurance Comp’y. The undersigned, local Agent, is supplied with blank policies and renewal receipts, which will be issued, cov ering approved risks ui>on reasonable terms. W. I’. MURRAY, Agent Protection Insurance Company for St Paul and Ramsey county. St Paul, November 13,1851—d Fresh Oysters, Strmrberiies, Peaches, &c. Edward W right. NO. 18 HILL STREET, Baltimore, Md. HAS now, and will continue to k«ep constantly on hand, a good supply of Hermetically Scaled Fresh Cove, and Spice Cove OYSTERS of superior qualities, put up expressly for the Southern and Western trade. Al?«», fre?h Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Cream and Milk, Clams, Soft and Hard Crabs, Tur tle and Diamond Back Terrapin, put up with their fine flavor, and warranted to keep in any climate. £3“ The attention of dealers is respectfully invited. Oct. 17—c at NEW STOKE. FOR THE ST. CROIX RIVER TRADE. ON HAND —A selected assortment of groceries, pro visions, dry goods and ready-made clothing, hard ware and tin-ware, boot? and shoe?. A general assort ment selected particularly lor the lumber trade--' heap for cash. On time, term? agreed to suit parties. W. IL C. FOLSOM. Taylor’s Falls, Minn., Sept. 23,1851. y MANNY & WELD. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES. 156 Main Street, St. Louis, WOULD respectfully call the attention of dealers in Minnesota, to the largest and most varied assort ment of Boots and Shoes ever ottered in St* Louis— Believing that they can offer better inducements to pur chasers, than any other establishment; which they are willing to demonstrate upon an examination of their goods and prices. September 24, 1351—y IKO\, NAILS &. STEEL, MANUFACTURED BY TIIK St. Louis Rolling Mill, From Missouri Iron Mountain Ore. pHAS. W. BORUP has on hand and is constantly receiving, Iron su-el ond Nails, inuim factnred by the above establishment, at the following prices for cash, or approved credit: Round, square and tlat bar, 1) large slz», I 1-2 to 6 cts. Round and »quarc, A “ “ 6 1-2 to 6 1-2 Round, square and flat bar, It small size, 6 1-2 to 7 1-2 Flat bar A “ “ 7 to 9 cls. Sheet Iron from No. 10 to 27 - - 6 to 7 1-2 Spring Steel, ----- Hough, ..... 9 American Blister - - - - 10 NAILS— 10-12-lti-20-30-40-50-60d per lb. 5 cts keg $1 50 u 8 - - - do 6 1-2“ 626 “ 4 - - - do 7 cts “ 676 “ 3 - - - do 8 “ 776 SPIKES—cut, - - - do 7 “ G 76 u wrought - - do 10 “9 60 Anvils, - do 17 cts. Wagon Boxes, - - do 4 1-2 Buggy “set - - - - -70 cts. 53" IRON GUARANTEED. The Nails will be found on trial to be suporior to any other in market. M «> M. 36-6 m TAKE NOTICE. T HOSE indebted to me by note or oth- J erwlse, will confer a favor by intylug the same to Truman M. Smith. R. M. iPKNCER. Saint Paul, May 7, 1852. ~FURS! nils!! TIT'ANTBD, ten thousand d<dlara'worth of Furs, fur »r which the highest market price, In cash, wilt he 10 WII. U. FORBES. Dec. ‘to. JVI EMOIR OF WILLIAM ELLERY f"- 1 Channlng, with an engraving, In 1 voli. For sale b - v IXDUC & ItOHUKR. T IFE and Public Services of John Quincy Adams, by Wm. H. Seward. For sale by LeUUC Is KOIIKKR. U YDRAULIC RAMS, Pumpg, Lead tJ- Pipe, Sheetlqg, and Bar Lead, Patent Churns, Ilc., tor sale by P. S. NEWELL. At. Paul, June 4 IS9?-3t' GRAEFENBERG COMPA- NY, NEW YORK. THE GRAEFENBKRG SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND. TS warranted ten times more efficacious, X and ten time# cheaper than any other known, no mat- Urr how large the bottle, or extravagant the advertisements, and it is beyond all question the most valuable preparation of the day. So highly concentrated is It, that the do#e Is but the half of a small t a-spoonful, while the dose of that w'Uich Is sold in large bottles Is nearly a wine-glass full, and has been pronounced decidedly Usurious lu many cases, owing to its liability to become sour and ferment. THE GREEN MOUNTAIN VEGETABLE OINTMENT. The power of the Green Mountain Vegetable Ointment Is astonishingly great. There Is no m -dicine known that can furpa»s It in prompt and <n* rg« tic action. Applied In snttlctent quantities to the body, In the vicinity or the most highly inrtam«*d parts, whether external or internal, It at once subdues the iu H amation and pain. It w.ll quiet the most u angry” looking wounds, sorten and reduce swell ings of the hardest kind, and purify and restore to perfect soundness old and Inveterate sores. Among the diseases to which this wonderful Ointment is adapted are the fol lowing : Glandular swelling#, ague in the face, swelled breasts and sore nipples of nursing women, bronchitis, felons and ring worms, scald head, and is an invaluable dressing for burns, scalds and drawn blisters, shingles, erysipelas, piles, lniiaiuatlon of the eyes yields to its power immediately ; all bruisees and fresh cut wounds are cured with great rapidity, fever sores and scrort'ulous sores are soon changed luto a healing condition, and trequenly entirely cured. GRAEFENBERG DYSENTERY SYRUP. This celebrated and unrivalled medicine is of immediate efficacy in the most violent and obstinate cases of dysen tery, diarrhoea, bloody flux, Asiatic cholera, cholera mor bus, cholera inrantum, looseness of the bowels, gripings aud all other irregularities of the Intestines. The causes of the above various complaints are various, sometimes they are atmospheric; sometimes they arise from the catlng’ot unripe or unwholesome food; sometimes from the use of river water; sometimes from" a natural predisposition of the system; sometimes from teething— children are frequently affected without any noticeable cause. But no matter what the origin, this syrup is sov relgn, in the most sickly tropical countries as well as the most tempt rate climes. The following directions should be carefully observed. Unlike all other medicine# ottered for similar complaints, this syrup acts speciiicul.y upon the secretion?, restoring them at once to health, other dysen tary medicines merely allay the more violent symptoms— this cures! TOE GRAEFENBERG CONSUMPTIVE BALM. It is beyond all question true that the Consumption (phthisic pulmonaris) is a curable disease. Some of the ablest medical writers assert this ; among whom we may cite the celebrated names of La nec, AndraJ, Cruvll lier, Stokes and Williams. Their researches, as well as the more recent ones of Rogee and lloudet, that so far from pulmonary tubercle being necessarily fatal, it is spon taneously cured by nature In a vast number of cases, even when large ulcere have been formed on the lungs. The great object, is to arrest the progress of the ulcers (or tubercles) upon tin* lungs, and to h* al them perma nently. Health will then follow. This the Graefenl»erg Consumptive Balm will do, aud it is believed to be the only remedy ever discovered. It acts at once upon the tubercles and invariably arrests their progress, and restores the lungs to soundness. It will not or course replace those portions of the lung# already consumed, but It w ill heal what may be left; leaving the individual iu health, though it may be with diminished lungs. DR. LIBBY’S CELEBRATED PILE OINTMENT. As prepared for the Graefeuberg Company, and bearing the s- al of that institution. None genuine unless it has the seal of the company. A CURE IS WARRANTED . This is a sufficient argument to induce every person suf fering under fids disease to try it. The money will he im mediately refunded if a cure does not result lrorn its use according to directions. THE GRAEFENBERG EYE-LOTION For disorders of the eye this lotion has no equal; it is com pounded upon the most scientific principles, and has per formed ex.raordinary cures. For violent imlauiation, dhu n ss and fading of the sight, weakness of the eyes, invol untary weeping, foreign substances iu the eyes, etc., it is a positive and speedy cure. GRAEFENBERG CHILDREN’S PANACEA. A most strange and Incredible fact meets us at the very threshold of our remarks on this valuable medicine. It is this: that no medicine prepared adapted to the various dis eases of children and youth lias ever been offered to the public, while at the same time it is established by the most accurate tables of mortality that one-halt of the hu man family die before reaching the age of five years. We should suppose that to this great class of human suf ferers—this one-half of the race—the most anxious and earnest attention would have been given; that medical skill would have been tasked to its utmost capacity to find <»ut a medicine to which mothers and nurses might resort under the constantly recurring necessities which present themselves In this connection. The world is literally crowded w ith medicines for adults, but to thesuilering of children no one lia* seemed to turn proper attention. No one has regarded their condition. No one lias seemed to think it i»ossible that the ravages of disease and death among them might be stayed. It is true that there are numerous Vermifuge? and Cordial? of some value, but each of these are confined exclusively to one or two forms of disease. The Gracfenberg Children’s Panacea is the only medicine extant to either hemisphere that is at all worthy of being called a Children’s Medicine; or that sup plies the great want alluded to. GRAEKEXBERG VEGETABLE PILLS. History of the Graefenberg Vegetable Pills—Perfec tion the result of undivided attention. The Inventor of these Pills, possessing a long and inti mate acquaintance with the human system, and with the numerous medicine? to which medical men usually resort, studied for many long and wearisome year? upon the ?in gle proposition how to prepare a PlLL‘which would act in harmony with the great laws of Nature, and expel disease.*, without doing violence to the system. GRAEFENBERG HEALTH BITTEJIS. Entirely Vegetable, Skillfully aud elegantly prepared bv the Graefenberg Company, from a number of most purifying, invigorating and healing ROOTS, BARKS, HERBS and vines, gathered In the forests and prairies of America. Sold by J. H. STEVENS & CO. St. Anthony Fail?. September 1, 1851. MINNESOTA FEMALE INSTITUTE. r FIIK Trustees have decided to open the Junior Depart x ment of the Seminary, on the Ist of May ; and the Sen lor Department on or before the Ist of July. INSTRUCTORS CIIAUKt EY Hon A RT, Mental and Moral Philosophy. J. G. Riueldafker, Mathematics Ancient Languages. K. 1). Neill, English Liturature and Nat’l. Philosophy. Edmund F. Ely, Vocal and lu.-trumcntal Music. M iss Mary Bass, Principal of Junior Department. u “ “ Elementary Drawing Needle work. Until the Seminary building i? com leted, a room ha# been secured for the temporary accommodation of dav scholar?. RULES OF TUITION—JUNIOR DEPARTMDNT, Junior class, per term, - $3 00 Middle clas? “ “ - . . 4 oo Senior class f( “ - - . 600 SENIOR DEPARTMENT. All pupils $6 ; with an extra charge for music and French. For further information, the friend* of the institute are referred to any member of the faculty of Instruction. St. Paul, March 28, 1852. 2a_tf STOVES. Competition defied at the Cheap Stove Store On Thlnl, between Roberts and Jaik-u.n street. lIIAVK now on hand a splendid assortment of Stoves of Uie most approved patterns, oiumis which will be found I-etTW’s double ov en, Queen of tbe I’ralrles, lr viiiß-s air-llkht, Prairie Queen, Prairie Slat.-, st. Louis air-tight, prize premium, Grecian parlor, eotta.-e parlor, Etna parlor, Saratoga box, alr-tiitlit, Brl.lve ft Hrulliei’sf sheet-iron air-tight, of all sizes and patterns, seven and ten-plate stoves. 1 have also a good assortment of the following articles: hollow ware, camp kettles, frypous, bake ovens, stew pans, brass kettles, spoons, ladles, coffee mills, churns, buckets, brass, iron and tin candlesticks, sieves, brooms, w.sslen and metal faucets; ziuc, sheet Iron, cupper und Japan ware, iron and brass wire, snuffers,travs, spittoons, patent zinc wnshlsiards, wattle Irons, sad-irons, rivets, troll ears, steel traps, sheep and cow bells, spring balances, currycombs, horse cards. Also, Axes, axe handles, hatchets; rip and X cut saws; shovels, spades, tire shovels, tongs, grub and garden hoes, garden scythes, pitchforks, plows, hydraulic ranis, force and lilt pumps, lead pipe, pig, sheet and bar lead,Russia iron, grind stones, percussion calc, pistols, hunting-giu>- ses, bunting hatchets, fcc. in short, mv assortment consists of almost every thing usually kept in the stove and tinware line. It Is of the best quality, and 1 will sell at prices low enough to satis fy utmost any one. All kind* of Cutter eave troiiah, spouting, tic., also every description of Jolt work, at all times neatly and substantially clone at my tin-ale..p, at reasonable prices. tnjoct F. S. NEW KM. ESTATE OF HENRY L. TILDEN. <’omniistkiouers’ Notice. H’Kj the subscribers l>elng appointed by the Hon. Ifen ** ry A. I.ambert, Judge of Probate for (be county of Ramsey, ami the Territory of Minnesota, commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of ail persons, against the estate of Henry I- Tildcn, late of the town of Saint Paul. In 6Aid county, deceased, and also all claims and demands exhibited In offset thereto, and six months from the loth day of March, 1862, being al lowed by said court for that purpose. We do, therefore, hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of our said appointuu ut, at the office of Babcock &. Wilkin son, on the drst Monday of May and August, 1862, from 9 o’clock, a. M., until 4 p. M. on each of said days, CJI AS. 11. OAKES, ) 1.. A. BAIR'OCK, >Commissioners. JOHN’ FARRINGTON, ) St. Paul. March 15. 1862- NOTICE. A LL persons interested, please take jfi. nolle, that I have Itccn appointed by the Court of Probate of the County of Ramsey, administrator on the estate of John Stean, late of ..Id county, deceased, and will attend to all claim, or demand, tor or against hi. ca tate. THOMAS P. RKBU, St. Paul, March 30, 1862. 3m Administrator. For Rent. T'WO new frame dwellings with two -I- lota of ground attached to each house, suitable for good gardens, as It was cultivated last year. Also, one R«*)d lug house, with five acres of ground, and a good bam, 30 by 40 feet. Also, FOR SALE, 80 town lots, cheap. Apply to W. A. CHCRVER, *«'f St. Anthony Clt*. ARKANOIBRHt FOR 1586 1852. IBlfl GALENA AND MINNESOTA. United States JUail Line • Consisting of three flrvt class boats • NOMINEE. Capt. O. SMITH, BEN CAMPBELL, Capt. M. W. LODWICK* Dll. FRANKLIN, Capt. H. BLAKELY. Leaving Galena, The NOM! NE E, Capt. O. Smith, Mondays, at 12 o’clock. The DR. FRANKLIN, Capt. R. Blakely, Wednesdays, at 12 o’clock. The REN CAMPBELL, Capt. H. W. Lodwick, Friday#, at 12 o’clock. The above boats will run regularly during the ensuing season. Having the mall contract their punctuality can be relied on. They will remain at St. Paul sufficiently long to enable passengers to visit the Falls of St. Anthony. For ?p«‘ed and accommodation these boats are unsur passed, and every attention will be paid to Passengers and Freight 'They will leave punctually at the hour named. The Nominee will make the trip *o as Rot to be out «t& Sunday. Good? shipped to the agents at St. Louis or Galena, t* go by this line, will be forwarded free of charge. Galena !>eing the termini of the great thorough far# leading westward from Chicago and Milwaukee, nearly all the travel from the eastward, destined for the Upper Mississippi, takes passage by steamboat from thi# point * also, nearly ail tbe *teamb«»ais ou th# Southern trade, from St. Louis and other ports below, come into this port for resbipment for points above. AGENTS. R F Sass, St Louis, Nelson, Gilbert & Co.j B H Campbell A Co., Galena Nelson’s Landing. G R West, Dubuque, C R Head, I,ake Pepin. S M Langworihy, do L llertzell, Point Douglas#, A McGregor, Churchill Sc Nelson, McGregor’s Landing, Stillwater, B W Brfsbois, Pdu Chien, J W Babcock, St Paul, F D Cowles, lousing, S H Sergent, do Campbell A Smith, Russell 8l Rice, St Anthony La Crosse, Janie* Peck Sc Co., Chlcage. Galena, Feb. 25, 1852. 26tf REGULAR ST. U)UIS, GALENA, DUBUQUE, AMD ST. PAUL PACKET. favorite passenger steam- . fEs£* j* JL erl)R. FRANKLIN No.2,Capt. L riah Brock, will run regularly during the season U-tween th# above i?>int?. Tho No. 2 has been put in first-rate order* and is Just as good a? new. She offers superior accommo dations to the traveling and emigrating public. may 22. 35-U REGULAR PACKET FOR ST. LOUIS, AND INTERME DIATK PORTS. r UHE new and splendid pas- fESI-S A- senger steamer “GOLDEN ERA,” Hi-dKSHHIfIb ram Blrsil, Commander, will make regular weekly trips between Galena and St. Louis during the season, leaving Galena every Monday e\ cuing al 6 o’clock, and St, Louis Friday evening at 4 o’clock. Tbe Gold-n Era lias been fit ted up with every regard to the safety and comfort of liar passengers, and her State Room? and Sal-?.ns arc furnished with elegance and provided with every Improvement. Fof Freight or passage apply «m U>ard or to JAMES CARTER A CO., Agent#. Galena,'May 22. 35-tf Regular Galena and Saint Paul Packet, Twice ■ Week. 'THE superior and last running passen* -A ger steamer West Newton, C. S. ,y ar- MORRISON, Master, wi.l leave Saint Paul «r Galena and *ll intermediate ports, on Wednesday morning? at 9 o’clock, and Saturday evenings at 6 o’clock. For freight or passage anplv on board or tef U. C. TIKUKLL, Agent. June 12, 1552—38-tf GALENA AND ST. LOUIS FRIDAY PACKET r I'HE entirely new and splen- , |ptj ,m -L did Passenger Packet It II rNK TT K Eg. Charles Harder, Master, will leave Galena for St. Louis and intermediate ports, every Friday evening at six o’clock; returning, will leave St. Louis every Tuesday evening at four o’clock. 53*^ l>r8o,l *‘ taking the Nominee from St- Paul, will always arrive at Galena in time (of the Brunette, and will have no delay in going below. 53" The BRUNETTE t* second to none in her arrange* ments ami accommodations for the coinfort and safety of Passengers; ani, for t>iK*ed is not equalled by any boat oil j the Upper Mississippi. STILLMAN A ROOD, 33-siu Agents. GLASSWARE WHOLESALE & RETAIL. To Hotel and Hoarding House Keepers, Merchants and the Public in General. I) MARVIN, (AGENT FOR THE V'* O’Hara Glass Manuiacturing Company.) lias open. e«l on Third street, nearly opposite tbe Post Office, a very extensive assortment of GLASSWARE, which l»e is offer ing at Wholesale and Retail, below St. Louis prices. Call and examine this beautiful, and for St. Paul,unlqu* display of Glassware. You will find Tumblers of every deserpt'n Sugar Fowls , Cruets, Fruit Bowls, Celeries, ' Jclh/ Bowls, Salts, Molasses Cans, Pitchers, Custard Bowls. Fruit Plates. Jetty Glasses, Cake Salvers, Jelly Stands, And indeed a variety too numerous to mention. Ca. early at the St. Paul Glassware Store, Third street, »••'* tween Roberts and Minnesota streets. May 1, 1852. 33-y CAVENDER & MATTHEWS, BLACKSMITHS, at '.lie Red Shop on the cast side of Roberts to the detenu flint ion that they win do Horse- Shoeing A!I other w<»rk in proportion. Hie best stock and material always on hand, and non** but first-rate workmen employed. Our terms arc CASH. In connection with our Smith Shop, we have also a oak and other material, lor tonkins tip-top wagon*, bug gies and sleighs, which we make, iron and w arrant to or 'lcrun short notice. Ale., every description of plow.. We Intend to put the business of nor shop straight A, ‘ ," 11 lna y he said we live by our VISAS and roßouand STEKi-fura living,we mean to do honc«t work for honest prie s. 29mS W\ Thomson, Ko. G CARROLL HALL, Baltimore, Md., AGENT FOR THE SALE OF HAI.TIROUE PRINTING INK, COLORED INKS, BOOK INK and NEWS INK, of .Miperlorqualitv, and at the low est prices* W. T. warrante the ink made at the Haiti more work* * he ' ery !,psf «'»•• should any artlcl* shipped by him fail to give satisfaction it can be returned at ids expense. PRICES OF INK PER POCNP, *'/• ****** » So - 2 Prr*« News, 30c, Hand press, news, 2V; No. 1, p, m .-r press. jHK.k 30c; Xu. 2, Power press, h.-.k, 4<k-; Hand pres-. '«*, W°‘ i " rc *V '*.s.k, No. 2, 80.:; Hand pre.s. tee.k. No. 1,78 c; Card ink *1 00, Fine bine Ink, $- SO, 1 osier blue Ink, $1 so; Fine pal Ink. *2 60. poster red ink, $1 60; Green Ink, $2 00; Brown Ink, MEAT VS. GROG! I AM still engaged in administering to Ibe appetite of the inner ° man ; but denning It more t.. it,, Miow- TiNnaMaß 1 till. I, .i- w, |. a, to mvsell, PjtKgfiS '■’Vrir • ' steaks and fnt nirlolm of Beef and .Mutt than to VrCf VV be engaged In dealing out non.'v nnuKv "iT * ' lr,Mk twenty-due 111 t Jin I ’ ' iav « “aovlat. It myselt win, John Dev. 1 ' ’ T ~ ,, r< ; a ; er . n,rry " l '‘ butchering bu.lness, Mr Con, ‘r 7'i ■“ V“ C ;' U ,ur, “' rl > oocu pled be Ir. ( miter .md iny brother; and early In the morning our meat-wagon may be found all over town. 1 expect the custom ol all my old friends. 11 A P rU >7—Sin BERNARD ROGERS. FARMERS LOOK HERE! WILLOUGHBY & POWERS have * * h thorough-bred Arabian old, 16 hand* and Wd/pru* • portioned, of a dapple cream color, possessing all tin* beautiful of the full-blooded Arabian, and stitu t iou of the Canadian yay ' All persons wishing to prove their stock of horses, and "'** ** !j r, im!fi! r 't ,m .i* thorough and high-bred horse, will Ond , h t , Ihelr Interest to secure the services of thta b ,™. • U * “ be at the Stable ot the St. Charles In St. , A " th ®“>* <« Monday alter. and Tuesday forenoon! the balance of the time at our stable In St. Paul. the AX.NALS of TIIE Minnesota HIS- TORIC AL SOCIETY, ARE ready for delivery to all. members of the Society that have paid tholr annual tax for 1862. Coplee will be left at Le Due’s Book Store. Those members who hava not yet paid their annual lax are ristuesOsJ to call ou the *' u ' Le I>U ' ; ’ '' a} over the sum due. which wilt entitle them to a copy of the Anna's * SU Paul, March 6, 1861. 05-at F GOODS—China and alabaster «a !K J ' E VVC fc ROHtEX. T ARD—An extra article put un in J ar9 > Expressly for family gjo, f« r by * key «t FARM**,!