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THE SCOTT GATHERING AT NIAGARA. I
We copy from our exchanges receiv ed by the mail of Wednesday, some brief notices of the gathering of the Scott clans at Niagara on the 27th and 28th ult. ] To the editor of the Democrat all this looks just as though Pierce was going to be elected! From ibe Cleveland HeraM. July 28th. The Great Litntly’. Lane Celebration. We have as yet but brief accounts from Niagara. A despatch to the Buffalo Commercial dated July 27,11 A. M., says : The morning api»eared bright and beau tiful witli a tine and cool breeze. The enthusiasm is hourly increasing. The Streets, before well tilled, are now abso lutely thronged with visitors. The extra trains by each line o( railroad, come in tilled to overflowing. The Buffalo trains have been running every hour and a half since 5 o’clock, and all arrive tilled to re pletion. The regular train connecting with the New York Central Railroad just arrived with nine cars and baggage wag ons ; all filled to their utmost capacity, while several hundreds are obliged to be left behind. 1 Among the arrivals this morning, are Governor Johnson of Pa., Judge Mason of Ohio, Hon. John C. Wright of Ohio, Hon. G. \V. Patterson of Cliautniujue 1 county, New York, and Hon. Alva Hunt. Gov. Hunt arrived at 11 1-2 o’clock 1 last night. Several military companies 1 also arrived ; in addition to those already reported ; and a large force is now en camped on the grounds. Among the new arrivals arc the Onondaga Life Guards, Captain F. W. Miner, accompanied by General Wm.C. Brown, and the full stair of the 2-1 lit brigade. Deleg alums are reported from New Hamj.shire, Vermont, almost every coun ty in New York. Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Georgia, Ohio. Illinois, Michi gan. Indiana, Missouri, Louisiana, Ken- : lucky, Tennessee, and Alabama. From Pennsylvania and Ohio, nearly every coun ly is represented. Numerous clubs and j associations are largely represented— ! among which may be named the “ New York General Committee of Whig Young Men,” “Soup Boys of Ohio,” “Scott Civic Guards of Pa.,” am| the “ Old Troop of Maryland.” All the societies have their several devices, and present a sin gular and striking display of flags. ! The names of some 220 officers and soldiers who served in the war of 1812, j have already been registered by the coin- ; inittee, as attending the Convention. 1 A delegation of Tuscarora Indians,! numbering about forty, including several warriors of the tribe who fought at Lun- j ( dy's Lane, form an interesting feature in , the vast assemblage. A gentleman who was at the Falls yes terday afternoon informs us that there was no end to the people, and that speech es were made at three stands at (he same time. We received the following des- J patch this forenoon. Aho l Fi/./lc ”— at (.'lorioiis Tiii iren’" * aM lir e hw‘ our!—s vf.nv-iivr l • On** Hit i«>ml TiiOU-;tuil f»ro*»Je «.• Fuinit il! NlAotit* Fa lls, J illy 28th. j The people are here in their strength, i and iliere are thousands in Buffalo as yet j, without means of conveyance to get here. Still the mill ilitde pours in from all sec tions of the Union, and mighty as was the gathering yesterday it will be much great er to-day. Yesterday the Convent ion was address ed by the Hon. Thomas Ewing, Gov. j Hunt of New York, the lion. Mr. Davis of Maryland. Horace Greeley. Col. Schoit- 1 ler, editor of the Boston Atlas, and others. ; The speeches were eloquent, and the greatest cnthusiain prevailed. During the day thousands visiled Lundy’s Lane, i and looked upon the fields upon which American valor immortalized American arms. The camp fires were lighted last eve ning. and an immense concourse was ad dressed with great power by Gov. Jones, of Tennessee, and Hon. John A. King of New York. The scene presented on] and about the camp ground was one oi l surprising grandeur. The country lor miles round is full of live, shouting YVliigs. The greatest enthusiasm pre vails. and all are inspired by the glorious ; re-union of the Whigs. Co re-!* tideiive of (he Chicago Journal. The Wins Attultruiu”! BurrM.o. Tuesday Evening, 261 h. Messrs. Editors: “The country’s risin.” Ever since my arrival here there has been an incoming of gallant Whigs,! like the rush of a mighty army. They “come as the winds come when forests are bending,” —from the savannahs of; the South, the prairies of the west, and the marts of the east, to marshal in one phalanx, under the lead of the hero who has never been followed but to victory. Among the delegations, which have proceeded through here to Niagara, I no ticed numbers from Tennessee. Louisia na and Kentucky. The latter bear the significant announcement on their badges, i “Kentucky good lor 20.000 majority lor i the old chieftain, for President.” Ohio seems to be coining nt masse. Our Ken- J lucky friends promise to roll up a greater majority for Scott than they ever gave j belore for any other candidate, not except- j ing their own loved, lamented, Henry Clay. Among the military companies en route, are the Frankfort, Kentucky, Ar- j tillery, Cleveland Light Artillery, Detroit: Scott Git r.'s, &c. It is siij.posed the gathering to-morrow | will be larger than any ever before assem- ! bled in this country. The accommod -lions are already taxed to their uttermost at Niagara. On the] grounds the tents reach for miles in either direction. Among the distinguished Whigs already arrived, are Senators Clayton of Delaware, j Corwin of Ohio. Jones of Tennessee, and i Hon. Edward Stanly. Gen. Markle, Robt.! C. Winthrop, Gov. Hunt, Ogden Hoff man, &c. 1 must however close, and will drop you a line by the light of the camp-lires, to morrow. Yours, &c. Niagara, July 27th The sea. or rather the ocean of upturn ed faces, that just now around the various stands are congregated, is almost passing belief, in regard to numbers. '• It is the largest mass meeting ever held in the Union, and I am told by Buckeyes in attendance, more than doubles in num bers the celebnted gathering at Fort Meigs, in the Harrison campaign. The Buckeye State alone has between 7 and 10,000 de'ega'es in attendance; Michigan 1,000; Kentucky 500; Penn sylvania, 1.200, &c. There are delegations from twenty odd states present, including those of Mary land, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Mis souri, Kentucky, &c. The grounds selected are about a mile back from the river, but the grounds oc cupied, embrace the whole country round here. There is a large representation of the old soldiers of Gen. Scott, among whom were some real native Americans—i. e. a jiarty of Tuscarora Indians, who fought for the Americans in 1812. The procession formed about noon, and marched to the grove selected for the place of meeting, when the “ old salt boil er” from Ohio, was chosen President, as sisted by a goodly number of Vice Presi dents. He made an address on taking the chair, but I could not get near to hear it. Governor Hunt and other speakers followed. Another meeting was organized in a different part of the field. Horace Gree ly was chosen President, and made a speech as did also Robert C. Winthrop and others. There is also a grand mass meeting to be held to-night. The wildest enthusiasm appears to pos sess the immense throng. No one is aware of any North or South, East or West. Tlie Whig party of the Union arc rep resented here, and as a band of brothers, are moved with but one impulse. No one, however his convictions may Pierce him, can see this mighty demonstration, and not feel that there is a spirit awaken ed which will rally a million of freemen, as one, to the polls. I must close however this hurried sketch, to be resumed when there is less “ noise and confusion ” around ine. Yours, &c. Riot at Newtown. Cincinnati, July 27. A riot occurred in Newtown, in this county, on Sunday night. The sale of litpior, is prohibited by the municipal reg ulation; a German was found guilty and heavily lined. } 'epredations were sub sequently committed upon property, com plaint was made, and suspicion rested upon the Germans. A meeting of citi zens was held ami all "Germans ordered to quit the place, which resulted in a riot; hut was, however, temporarily suppress ed. The Germans in the surrounding towns are taking sides with their countrymen. In this city 2(Ki Germans held an indig nation meeting, in consequence of having been fined for desecrating the Sabbath by gambling, singing through the streets, &c. They disclaim all religion and laws, and declare every man lias a right to do as lie pleases in this country; also, that with them their national flag had preference over all others. This movement is op posed by German naturalized citizens.— Ollier meetings are to be held. Steamboat Disaster on Niagara River. Buffalo, July 291 h The steamer Diamond, Capt. Huff, on her return from the Falls yesterday morn in’', struck a rock in the channel between the head of Navy and Grand Island, knock ing a hole in her bottom. She settled so fast there was hardly time to run her on to Grand Island, when she sunk in about se\en feet of water. She had but a few passengers on hoard, who were taken off by die steamer Cleveland. The rock on which she struck is under-tood to be the same that damaged the Baltic about two years ago. Capt. lluff had an experienced pilot on board, but it was very foggy. Horrible A flair, St. Josei’ii, Mo., July 28, 1852, Yesterday morning, a Mr. Willard, an auctioneer of this city, was seized by several persons here, taken to the woods, and horribly murdered. In the afternoon I he was discovered, together with some of the perpetrators of the deed, in a dense j tliiehel, by two young men. hnntinnr black berries. They had tied him to a tree and whipped him to death. The alann being given, a crowd of citizens repaired to the spot and found his body a short distance from where it was first discovered, covered with bush es. The body was nearly naked and shockingly mutilated. The names of the persons discovered at the spot, are Lang don, Jones and Anderson. They were arrested and lodged in jail, and are to be tried to-day. Great excitement prevailed last night. The jail was guarded to keep it from be ing broken into, and the prisoners from being Ij nclied. Mr. Willard was accused of having contracted debts with the intention not to pay them. Massacre of US. Troop* l>y I lie Indians. New Orleans, July 26. The Fort Smith Herald of the 17th says that two government expresses has arrived from the plains, who report the massacre by the Camanches in a light of several days, of Cap ! . Marcy, Sargeant Sherman, S. R. Syndam, of N. Y., Capt. Spraine, of Fort Ouaclialta, and 80 sol diers in the expedition to the head of Red River. The Camanches intend also to attack Fort Arbucklc and the forts on the Bra zos. A general Indian War is appre hended. Steamboat Burnt!—Many Lives Lost! New York, July 28. Terrible Disaster. —The steamer Henry Clay, from Albany, this morning while racing with the America, caught fire just above Yonkers, and was burnt to the water’s edge. She had 300 pas sengers on board, and it is variously es timated that there are from twenty to twenty-five passengers perished. The scene is reported to have been most heart rending. Albany, July 29. Passenger* who a rr ” 1 V - clock train, confirm the report sent from Poughkeepsie to Troy, both as to the ex tent, lives lost, and the recovery of bod ies. They state upon information of pas sengers who were on board the Clay, that twelve bodies had been recovered when the 5 o’clock N. Y. train passed Yonkers; that in their opinion, in conse quence of the lire cutting off the escape of those who were aft to the forward front of the boat, many must have been drowned or burned to death, and they es timate the number at 50 to 100. The Henry Clay at the time they left was to tally destroyed, nothing remaining of her but the charred hulk. CAUTION. A LL persons are cautioned not to buy -el a note of mine, lor thirty dultare, mule imvaiile to Jolin Spencer. anl line on or before iho it ret of August instant,as theie has been no value received tor the same. «tl W. c- MOlUtlaOX- Grammar School. THE undersigned, having been for ma nv years engaged In teaching, ami now being located In Sr. Paul f..r that purpose, ha> determined te open a permanent Insti u ion of learning In Temperance Hail, on Monday the 9ih of August. Ills School will tie cornlucted strictly upon the Classirt cution system, now adopted, and so universally approved in most of the Eastern and Middle States. The exercises for the present quarter will be as follows: MORNING. Ist. Reading half hour—two classes. 2d. lirarnin.tr one hour—whole school. 31. Recess riftet-n minutes. 4tli. Geography on outline maps ne hour—whole school sth. Spelling half hour—two clashes. AFTERNOON. Ist. Arithmetic one hour—two classes. 3d. Writing half hour—whole school. 4th. Reading half hour—two classes. 6 h. Mental Arithmetic fifteen minutes. 6th. Spelling half hour—two classes. Pupils are expected to be prompt in their attendance, and fully prepared for all the studies pursued by them, which will bedetcimiued by parents. Terms, $ 1,00 per quarter. GEORGE IT. SPENCER. X. B. A Female Teacher will take charge of a class of small children. (*oiii|M>sitlnn, Declamations and a lecture by the Principal or some other gentleman, on some of the nat ural sciences, adapted to the canacltv of the young, will be given every Fr day at 3 o’clock, J*. M. to which the public are respectfully Invited. H. s. Saint Paul. July 30,1852. Mr. G. 11. Spencer, Dear Sir: It affords me pleasure to learn that you contemplate establishing a school, upon the system or regular classification of pupils. The plan which you have exhibited to me Is one which appears to be well adapted for a majority of the scholars in this place. II iping that you may he properly rewarded for your labors, believe me to he Very respectfully, F.. D. XE11.1.. Fresh Groceries. VV E have received, per Excelsior, a ’ * very large stuck of eve y thing In our line, which we will sell on our usual accommodaiing terms. KEY k. FARMER. wIGARS ot every description, of the best qualiy ana large quantity, Just received bv MI & FARMER. kCODA and Butter Crackers, just re- U ceivetl by REY St FARMER. |\/| GLASSES.—N. o. a nd S. H. Mo *-*-*• lasses, f„r sale by RKY St FARMER. U/OODEN WARE of all descriptions * * ftw «»le by REY St FARMER. At INNESOTA CHEESE—a new and t* 1 excellent article, for sale by RKY Sc FARMER. TARIED APPLES—just received by St. Paul House. •'THIS House, formerly kept by J. W. A Bass, being the original hotel of St. Paul, at the corner of Third and Jackson Bfs., opposite tin* Minnesota Outfit, is thoroughly repaired, and remodeled, and with the addi tions now made to it* is one of the m .st spacious and con venient hotels in town. Having taken a lease of it, and tilted it up throughout with new furniture, I invite the traveling piddle to call upon me; believing they will find tills house equal to the best, in all respects. The charges will be V. ry m./.b-raw. OKOItGK WELLS. St. Paul, July 31, 18-2. 46y F. E. Collins, Auction ami Commission Merchant, Saint Paul* Minnesota Territory, In the three story Brick stare, Third St., opposite \V. 11. Forties’ Outfit. HAVING received a regular License from the Town Board, which 1 have paid for * I am prepared to sell real estate or other property, at Public Au tioii at all times and places. Saint Paul, July 31, 1552. F. E. COLLINS. Notice to Pre-Emption Claimants. 1" HE following Township Plats have this day been received at this Office, and placed on til- , to frits Townships Nos. 37 and 38 North, Range 25 West “ “ 37.38.31 40 “ “ 26 “ « « 38 and 39 “ « 27 “ t< u 39 « tt 28 “ The above Townships include a portion of the Pine lands on Hum river. A. VAN VOlinES, Register. Land Office, Stillwater, July 26, 1852. 46t3 BRAN AND SHORTS—Just received 5000 bushels Bran and Shorts* for sale cheap for cash by CATHCART & TYSON. TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA,) Ist Dlst. Court, tor the County of Ramsey, j County of Kamaev. Aden Pieree, ) Charles K. Stnilh. ) To Charles K. Smith, A non-rosfdent of the Te ritory : You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint or Allen Pierse filed npadist you in said Court (a copy of which accompanies this summons) ami serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned, at his offl* e in St. Paul, in said Territoiv, wbliin six weeks from the date hereof, exclusive of this day, or he will take JudgtMnent against you for two hundred and si\ty-two dollars and fifty cents, witl» # intere>t thereon from the Ist of January, 1851, ami costs of suit; or have li is damages assessed by a Jury* or the amount lie is entitled to recover ascertained by* the Court, or under its direction* and take Judgment for the amount so assessed or ascertained. A. PIERSE. St. Paul, July 24, 1351. 4416 Old Established Line—Two Trips a Week ! The favorite steamer NOMINEE, Lodwick, Mas * lena amt tntrnncijl.iti- points on - ~' R ! l rM» Wednesdays, at 9 o’clock, A. M. and Saturday evenings at 6 o’- clock. Cabin fare to any point on the river, Tickets can be had by applying at ihe store ot S. H. Sergent. 44tf C. F. TRACY, Agent. St. Charles Hotel. J. C. CLARK, Proprietor, St. Anthony Falls, Minnesota. This House has been thoroughly repaired and renovated, and will be kept in a manner equal to the best Hotels In the West. The Falls of St. Anthony, with the fine fishing and hunting grounds adjacent, together with a climate unsur passed on the American continent for health and loveli ness, render this the place of all others to enjoy the hot season. 44if John Bradley, Carpenter and Builder. Point Prescott and Willow River, Wisconsin. IV ILL attend promptly to all business » » intru.ted to his charge. References.—The houses he has built during thcpa>t year ill the towns above named. 43v I7XTRA WAR EAGLE FLOUR.— -1-J A large consignment Just received, and for sale cheap. RKY tc FARMER. Clothing for the Million! Ready-Made and Made to Order. The attention of the people of Minnesota in general, and St. Paul In particular, is respectfully solicited at the iNKVV CLOTHING STORK. On Roberta Street*a few doora from Third Street, Saint Paul. tX'INNE & COOLEY, having opened V » a new Clothing Establishment in St. Paul, would respectfully call the attention of the public to their ex tensive assortment of Dress, Freucb* Kngii.-h* and Ger man Cloths and Cossimeres, as well as rich Vestings, all purchased expressly for their TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Their style, lexture, »u<l finish warrant them tn assuming that It Is the largest and most varied assortment of the before mentioned, newly-imported goods In Saint Paul, embracing all styles, frutn the richest and roost costly to Uie plainest of stout clotiling. Particular attention will be paid to the Hosiery, Glove and Shirt Department. In the Clothing Department, they challenge *ll competition as reganls quality, style and tow prices. Mar, 1862. W. H. C. Folsom, Taylor’. Fall*, Min. Ter. HEALER in Dry Goods, Groceries, ■ ' Provisions, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery, Queens ware, Ready-Made Clothing, Boots ami Shoes,Rc. 43y PIRE & WATER-PROOF PAINT— A- Sima’ celebrated article for Roofs, Fences, Brick, 4t<*. For sale by the Birrel, Keg or pound bv 43tf SPENCER, KIRKPATRICK & if ARMLET. A/jONEY TO LOAN—In sums to .1 suit borrowers. Call at the Office of 43tf WILKIN bL VAN ETTEN. House and Lot for Sale. 'I'HE Subscriber wishes to sell his ■L house and lot on Fifth, between Jackson and Ro berts streets, near the Miunesotlan Office. The house is a good anti coniiortable dwelling, nearly new and conven iently adapted to a family of >*ix of eight persons. A pood stable is also upon the premises. The Mis fifty feet front by 150 deep. Apply upon the premises to 43tf A. R. FRENCH. LI AMS AND SHOULDERS.—A very LX superior article, cured In the best «f style, for sale by RKY &. FARMER. The Northwest Express Co. \\ ILL deliver good Fresh Lime in St. * v Paul at $1.20 p ■[■ bbl., Supertine Flour, warrant ed, for $4.25. Also, any kind of merchandise at A per cent advance rr,.m wholesale prices In Galena or St. Lniits. Call on the subscriber on the Nominee or of W. X. Per son or C. R. Rice Ar Co., Agents, st. Paul. July 3,3 m J. C. BURBANK & Co. Minnesota River Packet. For LeSueur , Traverse des Sioux , Mankato and intermediate Points. The n w and substantial steam er BLACK HAWK, W. P. IIALL. Master, will make geml The Black Hawk is a new’ and com friable boat, lifted up and furnished in the best of style, and well adapted to this trade. For (eight or passage ap ply on board. 42tf Tobacco! Tobacco!! (HRONOKA —81b, 51b, and one pound v/ lumps of Tobacco—a first rate article, for sale by the box or hair box at Saint Louis prices. We have also on hand, Oats and Butter, which we will scdl at market rates. 4213 SPENCER, KIRKPATRICK & MARKLEY. Oats! Oats!! "I Ann BUSHELS, just received 1 UU U and .'or sale by CATHCART X 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 he i. prepared to contract for and e rect stone or Brick buildings, and furnish materials if re quired, on fair terms, having permanently settled in Saint Paul, he solicits a share of public patronage. Drafts and specifications furnished on reasonable terms. X. B- Orders for work left at the store of 11. C. Sand ford, near the Post Office will receive prompt attention. 42y EDWARD STEWART. Haas A Krieger, Grocers and Provision Dealers, Corner of Roberts and Fifth Streets, Saint Paul , . Minnesota. Also, Prunes and other Fruits, Queensware, Fancy Ar ticles, of ladies and gentlemen’s wear, all kinds of Thread, Knives and Forks, Brushes, Looking Glares. Window Glass, Nails, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac., and in short every tiling needed by housekeepers and Families. Our prices are reasonable and our stock such as will please all custo mers who may call. 42tr TVICHOLS’ MAP OF ST. PAUL— -A- * Nichols’ new map of St. Paul, embracing all the Additions, for sale at our store. Price SI,OO. LKDI'C & ROIIRER. SHERIFF’S SALE. Territory of Minnesota, ) County of Washington, $ sS * By virtue of two executions issued out and under the seal of the District Court In ami for the County aforesaid; and to me directed anddeli\ered against Sylvanus Trask, defendant, in favor of Albert Harris and Emanuel |>. Farmer, plaintiffs 1 have this 7th day of J tTy, 1852, levied upon the following described real estate as the property of the sai l Sylvanus Trask, to wit. Lot No. 4, in BliM'k. No. 29, said lot being fifty feet trout on Main street, and one hundr -d and forty-four deep, to gether witli the building situated thereon known as the Eagle Saloon: also,lots Nos. 2 and 3. in block No.24.said lorn being each 50 feet fronting second street ami 15j feet deep, all in the town or Stillwater, as surveyed and platted by Harvey Wilson, and recorded in the office of the Reg ister of Deeds of said county of Washington: also, the northwest quarter of southwest quarter of section tweniy nlue, (29,) and the north half of the northeast quarter of section two (2) and the southeast quarter of tin* southwest quarter of section three (3) in township No. thirty (30) Range No. twenty (20), containing 181 acres. Ami on Saturday the 21st day of August, 1852, at the hour of ten o’clock, A. Al., at the office of the Register of Deeds in Stillwater, I jdiall expose to sale at public auet on to the highest bidder for cash, all the right, title and Interest that the said Sylvanus Trask had in anti t<» the above de scribed premises on the 21th day or April, 1852, or has since acquired, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said executions, besides cost of levy, advertising, commission and sale. WILLIAM C. PENNEY, Sheriff of Washington Co. M. T. Stillwater, July 7th, 1852. u Hiil(iim iu Parvo.” new d; ug store, Corner Fifth & Jackson Sts. y opp. Mlnncsotian Office DR. JARVIS very respectfully solicits from the ladlas and geutl ’men of Saint Paul and vicinity, a visit to his new establishment. We have com menced our career as a Dispensing Ap ahecary and Chem ist, and from this day forward it shall he our highest claim to public i*at;oiiage to merit success « nly in proportion to the amount of attention and the faithful discharge of our professional duties. The compounding and dispensing of medicines has been with ns a life-siudy. To the physi cian and to private families we respectfully urge our claim to confidence and support—for how much soever of medi cal talent he brought 10 bear in a sick case, hot!*, the skill of the physician and the kindest attention of friends w ill be ail useless unless the prescription be faithfully com pounded and of pure and effecilve medicines. These things we pledge ours Ives to the public faithfully to sup ply The next important question with our customers Is —“Doctor, what do you charge ?” To these inquiries we say, “try u-*.” 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 sav again “fry us. 9 * W. 11. JARVIS, July 3. Apothecary and Chemist. r I O PAINTERS—BIow’s pure & No. 1 1 White Lead; Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Colors* Glue, Whiting, Paint and Whitewash brushes. Call and ascertain our prices before buying elsewhere. Fifth Street DRUG STORE. PURE Port Wine Juice for Invalids vintage of ’42; pure brandy pale and dark, for me dicinal purpose only,at the MC LICM in PARVO Drugstore 'T-O ANGLERS AND SPORTSMEN I —Opening this day, a fine assortment Ashing tackle, canister powder, shot, caps, &c. Retailed at Eastern prices. JARVIS, Apothecary and Chemist. T3EOPLE are perfectly astonished, on JL visiting the M uttum In Parvo Drug Store, to witness the amount of business w'e are doing. Though a little off the “street,” purchasers of articles In our line And them selves amply repaid by a call where they can purchase every tiling at Eastern prices. Our facilities for doing a heavy buslm ss are equal to any; and with few expenses we can afford to give our patrons the benefit thereof. JARVIS, Muitum in Parvo Drug Store. F~ Taster Paris—by the barrel, bushel or quart. JARVIS, Muitum In Parvo Drug Store. ' PHE attention of housekeepers is called to the low rates we are selling Arrowroot, Sago, Ice land Moss, Fresh Spices, Cream Tarter, Maccaronl, pure English Mustard* L'-nion,Orange,Vanilla,Clove and Nut meg Essence**; Sofia* Saiaratus, Potash, Vinegar, Cider, Lemon Syrup, etc., at the MCLTCM IN PARVO Drugstore. LJ OPS! HOPS!!—Don’t dance all over LX town for the article, but apply at once to the Fifth Street Drug Store. JARVIS. /~'ORN Shellers in Store and for sale by G' F. S. NEWELL. PORTABLE Fire Engines of all size.* for sale by F. 8. NEWELL. pARPENTER'S Tools, Pianes, Chis sels, Bits, Flies, &c., at F. S* NEWELL’S. T''ARMING IMPLEMENTS,ShoveI!, I 1 Spades, H>*es, Hakes, Forks, Cradles and Plows In Store and for sale by T*. S. NEWELL. LJ ARDWARE— Cross Cut and Mill 11 Saw*, Axes, all kinds, llaininers all krnds, Ac. For s*le by F. S. NEWELL. L AMILY Grindstones, Oil stones, &c. L for sale at F. S. NEWELL’S, TZITCHEN WARE—knives and forks, XY Waffle Irens, Ladles, Ba-ting Spoons, Chopping Knives, T«a Bells, Steves, Shears, Sndiron, Bra-s Kettles, Pie Plates, Ac., tor sale at F. S. NEWELL’S. Good Rooms, SUITABLE for families can be had on accommodating terms, by application at the Minne sota Boarding-House, Eagle Street. gffit S. C. McCKAY. NEW STORE. The St. Paul Hat. Cap and Gentlemen’. Fur nishing Stare. r FHE subscriber respectfully offers to -*■ the Gentlemen of St. Pool, his new stock of Goods, and will endeavor to keep a full assortment of articles for Gentlemen’s use and wear, such as— Silk lists, Slilrts Gloves, Reaver do Collars Shaving, Tooth and Children do Drawers, Hair Brushes, Kossuth do Hosery, Combs. Mwvar do Cravats, Hair Oils, ASU A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STRAW GOODS, SC AIIFS, COLOGNE, HANDKERCHIEFS, COAT LINKS, OH cloth and Cloth Caps, Sus|ienders, Soap, Ac. Buttons and Tailors Trimmings, Ladles sewing birds, a useful ar ticle; Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bass, Umbrellas, Ac. R. o. walker, Comer Third and Wabasbaw st. may 42. 35-y George L. Hanks, sma 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 C4ini|H>und the most sonorous. |M>sses*.ing, at the same time, sufficient Density and Strength, also, the peculiar outline, or shape, having a correct proportion of the different parts, thereby giving them elegance of form, have been subjects to which Mr. 11. has devoted a great amount of time, in critical observation of effects through a long se ries of Experiments: Bells cast by him, are unsurpassed In their Symmetrical Figure, and 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, fitc., with his superior Bells, at a short notice, hav ing at all times an assortment on hand. C-burch Chimes or Peals, and Musical Hand Bells, to any number on the Chromatic Scale made to order. Bells Sold by Mr. 11. are furnished with Yokes, Wheels and Springs, of the latent and most approved Blau, and the whole warranted in every particular. Those wishing further information will please address GEORGE L. HANKS, Cincinnati, Ohio. X. B.—The Great Bell, “.St. Peters,” and the Chime of Eleven Bells, at St. Peter’s Cathedral, Cincinnati, were cast at this Foundry. July 3 Bm. Territory of Minnesota, ) County of Washington, J Charles Rogers and George C. ) Barney, partners in trnTle, V under name and tlnu of Ro- \ gers & Barney, 1 Summons for money de vs. > niand. John 11. Brewster. ) To John 11. Brewster— Sir: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which is flbit in the office of the Clerk of the District Court for the County of Washington, at Miliwater, Territory of Minnesota—and to serve a copy of your answer to the sal i complaint on the subscriber at his office In the town of Stillwater, county of Washington aforerafd, within twenty days after the service of tills summons on yon, exclusive of the day of such service; and If you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action will take judgment against you for the 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 this action. ’ n. L. MOSS, Datnl Stillwater, June 25.1852 Plaintiffs’ Attorney. BOOK, PAMPHLET, CARO. HANDBILL AND General Job Printing. i'HE Proprietors of the Minnesotiau Office, have recently made extensive additions to their stock of Book and Job Printing material. Their assortment now embraces ail the LiklE&i il IJLII 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. Louis. We charge small profits and execute all orders with despatch. Itoth of us being PRACTICAL PRINTERS, We superintend all work entrusted to the Minnesotfan Office ourselves, and allow nothing to leave our hands unless it b»* executed in a WORKMANLIKE MANNER. We rely upon the public for u liberal share of their patronage. A stock of Plain and Fancy Letter Paper, Foolscap, Flat Cap, Folio Post, 6tC.% on hand for urintirur. Al-** Printing cards of different kinds, sizes and colors. June 26. OWENS & MOORE. Dr. C. I*. Viffhers, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND AC -L COUCHKR—WiII practice his profession in Saint Paul and vicin ty. Office, corner of Fourth and Roberts Streets, over Caihcart &. Tyson’s Store. 40y L. 11. Wait & Co., Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Commission Merchants, HAVE opened at the store lately oc cupied l»y C. F. Tracy, on Third street, a general assortment of Family Groceries and Provisions; which they will sell ait low prices for cash or in exchange for country produce. They respectfully solicit a share or patronage. CIIARLKS MILBI'KX, St. Paul, June 21, ’s2—lOy 1,. B. WAIT. Ch's W. Borup. Ch’» H. Oakes, BOR HP & OAKES, HA\ING lorrned a Co-Partnership for transacting an Exchange and Hanking Business In all its various branches, will he prepared to furnish ►tglit and time exchange on the Hast, and principal cities ot the West. Remittances to Great Britain, Ireland and Continent of Europe made In sums to suit purchasers. Sight and h< me hills and Kuropean Exchanges pur chased. Collect I. ns made and proceeds remitted at usual rates of Exchange • All other business committed to our care punctually atten led to. BORUP & OAKES. St. Paul, Minnesota Territory, June 26, 1852. Office at the Minnesota Outfit building. 40y. R. n’LACiA^f, Storage, Forwarding t Commission Merchant, Dealer in Grain of all kinds Fruit Trees, &c., Alain st., near the Bradley House, Galena, 111. Refer to B. 11. Campbell At Co., Galena J W. L. Ewing & Co., St. Louis. 40y W. G. LEDL'C. D. ItOHRER. LEDIC Ac ROIIRER, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, [Corner of Bench and Wabasbaw streets, St. Paul, M. T.] JUST opened at the corner of Bench and Wabushaw streets, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, or Life among the Lowly. Reveries of a Bachelor, by lk Marvel. Dream Life, do Fresh G leanings do Dickens’ Works, complete. Wandering Jew, illustrated. The Camp Fires of the Revolution. Lossing’s Field Book of the Revolution. Forest Lire and Forest Trees—being camp life among the loggers. Pcncillings by the Way, by Willis. Outre-Mcr, by Longfellow. And many other works which we cannot enumerate In an advertisement. Cull and examine them. June 24. LEDI C At ROIIRER. Just in Time. WE have opened, for sale, some superb engravings of Gen’l Winfield Scott. Also, his Life and Services, by K. D- Manstbld. Call before they are all sold. LEDL'C As. ROIIRER. OISTORY OF CONGRESS—Com- AJL prising Memoirs of the most Prominent members, with numerous steel portraits and tac-simile autographs. June 24. Le DIC At ROHRKR. WALL PAPER—A large stock of W Wall paper, Curtains, shades and Fire Board Prints, now opened and for sale by June 24. Le DUC At ROIIRER. 'PO SPORTSMEN A superior lot Jl. of Fishing Tackle, for sale by June 24. Le DUC At ROIIRER. Tl/IISCELLANIOUS. Scrap Books, IVA Herbariums, Albums, Papier Mache Card Baskets, Card Ca«es and Work Boxes, Newspaper Files, Patent Air Tight Inks—Post Ottlce boxes, Calenders, Ate., Ate. LE DUC At KOHKER. pOLD PENS —Just Received, a supe- V-X rior lot of Gold Pens—suin'* new stvles. Le DUC It ROHRF.R. HOUSE Trimmings, Locks, Bolts, Latches, Butts and Screws, at F. S. NEWELI/S. pANE FISHING POLES—Just rec’d 8 doz cane Ashing poles, at the Book Store of may 22. LE DUC At ROIIRER. Q ROO FRUIT TREES—Grafted, Z'l'J* fyJ Choice Varieties, (peach awl apple) now growing In tny nuwery awl 'IX/'ANTED— 1800 cords of wood for VV the Empire Foundry. Bannlrs at r%m Sommer Arrangement! 18 5 2. QT. PAUL and St. Anthony Fall*, thr Dai If Stage*, learlug I.acb place at 7 o’cleck A. M., 12 M. aDil 4P. M. COACHES AND TEAMS Will be at the lauding, on the arrival of Steamboats at Saint Paul. Also, a Daily Line of S:age* between Saiut Paul and Stillwater. S 3" An extensive Liven’ Stable at the comer of Fourth and Roberts streets. Particular attention given to the accommodation of Pleasure Parties, upon liberal terms. *■»-« WILLOUGHBY k POWERS. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. Cathcart & Tyson, LJA\ E leased the neiv store on the corner of Rohert. and Fourth street*, where thev " t " ck Groceries, Provisions and rteil, which they off«*r at wholesale and retail to the citizens of Saint Patti 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 &. Lagulra Coffee X<)an 1 Claritled do Y 11, Imperial, Gunpowder, Tobacco and S*'kars, and Black Tea* (choice brands) Rice, Raisin* and Currants Pepper, Spices. Nulmeprs Cloves, assorted pickles Pepper sauce, Catchups Powder and shot, Chocolate »' R Cheese, Starch, Citron Mu*tard,Fle-,Kxtof Lemon Knee and Vanilla M’ld,star andsp’tn Candles Palm and Variegated Soap Mackerel,Codtish, Herrings Shaving do Pork, Hams and shoulders Fresh Butlor and F.-.-g* Butler and soda Crackers Molasses and Golden syrup Linseed and Isi-d oil Cider, Vinegar Oats, Com and shorts ; Corn Meal anti 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. CATHCART, St. Paul, June, 1852 (38y) X. K. TYSON. ]UST RECEIVED—2OO bushels fresh •J Ground Com Meal, and for sab* cheap bv June 10 CATHCART & TYSON. FAIR PLAY! “Competition it the Life of Trade.” PATTISON & BENSON’S new Coach es have arrived, and are now upon the road between St. Paul and St. Anthony, ready to accommodate the pub lic on all occasions. They have received in addition to their f<inner large mid excellent Livt-ry stock, several new and elegant Carriages and Barouches; also new Har nesses and llorxc Furnishing.-, and equipage of the most elegant description. ALSO—an additional stock of Fine Blooded, well broken Horses. Query. yfrrHpi “spirited” horses come In under the — illV 'Tm Liquor L »w, will they in* In danger of bo lß h»g knocked on the h«al‘? Our entire f>new stock will cost over $4,000. Xoother stable in the West, out of Saiut Louis will be found as complete as ours. Will our friends and the public remember, that at the Livery Stable in the rear of the American House, at the U|»!»er end of Saint Paul, they can at all hours, have such conveyance by land, on wheels or oil horseback, as they may desire. PATTISON & BENSON. St. Paul, June 10, 1852. (3Sy) W. H. Srinmcs, Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, Willow River,Wis. Will practice In the counties of St. Croix and LaCrosse, Wisconsin, and In the District Court of Washington coun ty, Minnesota. £s* Valuable town lots in the village of Willow River for sale. 38y DISSOLUTION. r PHE Co-Partnership heretofore exist -L Ing lie!ween F. K. C'.lllns and C. P. A'. Lull In the Auction and General I.and Agency business, Is hereby dis solved by mutual consent. F. K. COLLINS, Jun ?, 3, 1852. C. P. V. LULL. F. E. Collins will continue the Auction, Commission and General I.and Agency business at the large brick building on Third >t., below Jacks-n. f'URNITURE —just received a splcn did lot of Furniture from Cincinnati which 1 will sell at Saint Louis prices. Call at the rooms of F. E. COLLINS, Thirds!., below Jackson. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! (Jus f received per Excelsior.') WS. COMBS, near the American • House, has Just received a large and varh-d collect I n of new Ihioks, Juft from the press, to which lie Invites the attention of all Die reading community. They ARE OFFERED AT EASTERN PRICES. Tel ms cash. Come and * xainine—no trouble to show goods at the “Franklin Bookstore.” 37 g The Minnesota Remedy,g? FOR Cholera JWorbus, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Src., l)'c. “PESIGU AGOMIK,” OR “Indian Compound Astringent and Tonic.” THE materials of this medicine are en tirely vegetable, indigenous to Minnesota, and well known to the Indians by 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 for Cholera Morbus, Diarrhira. Dysentery, and all diseases of the Bowels. It affords almost lusUintane* ous relief in cases of griping* or cramps, and ordinarily effects a complete cure in six or eight hours. To Boalmeu, Raflinen. Lumbermen, anti all per sons traveling on the river, this medicine Is Invaluable. Our citizens going below, during the summer mouths should not tail to provide themselves with it. The **l*esisuagomlk” must of course derive Its repu tation from the testimonials of those who have made trial of it. Please read carefully the annexed certificates. Prepared by E. F. ELY, St. Paul, And for sale at the Bookstore of LeDUC At ROHR Kit, and at W. 11. FORBES’ Minnesota Store, St. Paul. Also, at the Minnesota Bookstore, St. Anthony, and Churchill At Nelson, Stillwater. Also, at the Drug Store of ilichcox At Axteli, St. Paul. sPrice Fifty Cents per Bottle.«4T£ CERTIFICATES. I have used the “Pesiguagomik” re peatedly in my family and can recommend It as the safest as well as m«»st efficacious medicine In all derangement* of the Bowels, I have ever known, li has, to my know ledge, saved several valuable lives in iuo s t obstinate cases of Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Ate. St. Paul, May 28, 1852. C. W. BORUP. This may certify that I have used the Vegetable Compound Astringent, prepared by Mr. E. F. Ely, In my family, and have found It to be the best by far of any thing of the kind 1 have ever used. In one in stance, two doses cunsi an ottstiuatc case of Cholera Mor bus. Not a single Individual should be without this valu able medicine, particularly In a a country where the Diar rhoea and summer complaint are prevalent. CHA’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, 1862. ALEX. RAMSEY. I take pleasure in being able to state that l have used in my family, Mr. Ely’s Compound As tringent and Tonic, in cases of Diarrhoea, with much suc cess ; and especially la-t 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, 1*752. WM. HENRY FORBES. I have used the Indian Compound As trlngent and Tonic, myself, and in my family, and found it effective, especially In cases of children teething, and consider it an active and safe remedy for ail Bowel Com plaints. A. R. FRENCH. St. Paul, August 1,1861. I have used the Indian Compound As trlngent and Tonic, prepared by Mr. Edmund F. Ely, and found immediate relief; and can cheerfully recommend it as a speedv and sure cure for diseases of the bowels. St. Paul, May 24, 1852. H. F. M ASTEKSON. I certify that I have used the Indian Tonic, called “Pesiguagomik,” and recommend the same as an excellent astringent, pleasant in Its taste, and certain in Its cure. J. J. NOAII. August, 1861. 36n»S All orders for the above Medicine should be ad dressed to F.. F. Ely, SL Paul, Minnesota. Real Estate. I offer properly situated in the town of Si. Paul and its immediate vicinity, for sale extremely The terms are inch an do not often present thcmielvc to the capitalist or man of moderate means, to Invest mon ey In a pmsperou* and rapidly growing town awl It. vicin ity. Among various prop Tty I have to dispose or are the following, vis : A dwelling boose and several lotsof land in » central part of St. faul, with abundant supply of ex cellent water: also, a small house adjoining. With this property win be sold about ten acres of land covered with a large and thrifty growth of wood—a great object now that the Sioux land cannot, at least, at present, supply us with fuel until In market. I have also for sale a number of fire acre lota with growing limiter, situated on amt In the Immediate vicinity of public roads and not over, mile from SU Paul. The above property arill be told on such low terms for cash, that the purchaser can Immediately sell agalu at an advance. Kor sale on time—prices will be proportionately higher. Apply to HEXHY A. LAMBERT, Third street, corner of Cedar, CMC Or to B. r. HOTT, Pan'- annuls of the Minnesota Historical Society FOR 185*. A FEW copies of this interestiW An- X*. uu»l, containing more about the discovery and early l.ls.ory of Minnesota; It. mineral and geological resource* than any Work hen-mfOTB l*.m*l, are *llll on hand, and for sale at the Book*toreVrt OWKXS A MOORE, Publisher*. l>O VA, KIAt; A ‘ Wholesale Dry-Goods Dealers, 123 AND 12.1 MAIN 9TREKT, ST. LOUIS. ARE constantly receiving new and de sltable styles of STAPLE AND FANCY <«OODS which are offered at a very small advance for Cash, or to Mer chants who pay their notes when due. Country Merchants will find a decided advantage by an examination of the lar gest stock of good* west of the mountains. DOAN, KING Jt C()« St. Louis, May 22. 36- y C. B. KELLUM. M. 0. MASSON, JR, KELLUM & MASSON, LARD OIL AND CANDLE MANUFACTURERS, —ALSO— Produce and Commission Merchants, No. 21 South Levffy ff, Louit* referencesi K. M. Hyland A Co., 1 F. B. Chamberlain, > St. Louis* R. M. Withers, J St. Louis, May 22. 35 . f HANFORD A BROTHER, N. B. THAYER, Manufacturers, N. Y. st# Lo U fc. HANFORD, THAYER &. CO., (Success,re to Lewis, Thayer k C 0.,) MAXI’FACTURKRS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF GT.lhinj, Shirts. Drawers, and Furnishing Good*. N». ISO Main street, Corner of Green, one door below the Virginia Jlouer. ST. LOUIS, Mo. ONSTANTLY on hand an immenso stock. Minnesota and Wisconsin L'tmbenncn and Merchants can at all times find at “ 190,” a full supply of Clothing got up cxprc**ty for their trade , ami many ar ticles which can’t l*e found in any other House in St. i/m --Is. such as extra sized, tine and heavy red, blue, mixed and Old Colony Flannel Shirt* and Drawers; extra weight Satinet and Casimere Pants, Dunage Bags, Jumpers, Over ails, Umbrellas* Trunks* Valises, and Rubber Ciothlug f Carpet and Enamel Traveling bags, Satchels, and OU Clothing. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call and “look: through our stock.” Always on hand the largest and cheapest stock of assorted shirts and drawers in the West* Fresh Clothing received from our Factory every week* Stock manufactured expressly for the Western market* Terms liberal. II AN FOltD, Til AY KK CO. Comer Main and Green sts* St. Louis May 22. 35-y 11. x. bird, Cincinnati.] [j. b. Armstrong, St. Loul*. BIRO & AItRS I ROML WHOLESALE CANE AND WOOD-SEAT CHAIR MAN UFACTURERS, South-West Corner Vine and Second ats*, St. Lout*, Mo. IX7 HOLES ALE and retail dealers in » w Chairs are respectfully Informed that we will con stantly keep on baud a large and geueral assort men t«o* of Chairs of our own manufacture, consisting of Wal-DL nut, Mahogany. Cherry and Maple cane-seats of ev- erv description: Wood-seat Elbow, large and small** ■ Office, Boston and Ban. Ami Rockers,Polka, French, Bus tle, Jenny Lind, Bannister, Scrolls, Mock Scrools, Scollops, Slats, Children’s, &c., which we will sell to the trade on the most liberal terms, and warrant them to be unsurpas sed iu bauty or style or tinish. Having large manufactu ring facilities, we can otter inducements that will insure general satisfaction; ami 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 Retail, to our Ware-rooms, iu order that they mav judge for themselves. BIRD &. ARMSTRONG. St. lands, May 22. 35-y ALONZO CHILD, ELoN G. PRATT, ORANGE W. PRATT* CHILD, FRATT & CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Hardware and C’utlery 9 No. 147 Main street* (Third door North of Bank of Missouri,) may 22. 35-y. St. LOUIS, Mo. HARDWARE & CUTLERY. WE have now in store a complete as assortment, making our stock unusually large, which we offer to purchasers at lowest prices, ami on best terms—among which may be found a complete ossortiueut of— Axes— Simmons*, C<Alins 9 , Hunt’s and others. Scythes—Waldron’s grass, grain, hemp ami bush, as sorted. Scythe Snathes—Assorted, all prices, qualities and kinds. aCVTIIE >TONEB AND 111► LLS—Aasoiled, ftU prfCCßf qualities ami kinds. ’•'orks—Hay and manure, 2,3, 4 and 6 pronged, assM. Chains—Bright ox and log,B-b, 7 1-6,1-2ands-Binch, assorted. Chains—Bright trace assorted; toll, breast ami halter, assorted. Collars —Horse and mule, assorted, (hog ami kID skins.) llames—Horse and mule, steam bent ami riveted* Hoes—Carolina, planters’, eyed and handled, as&'d* Bakes—Hay and garden, iron and wood, ass’d. Knives—Table knives uml forks, all patterns and qual ities. Knives—Table knives ami fbrks, all patterns and qual ities. Razors—Wade & ButcherS Crook*, and other*', a«s*d. Shears and Scissors—Butcher’s, Lux’s, groat vari ety of patterns. Locks —Mineral knob, assorted; door, newest patterns ami styles. Locks —Pad, chest, trunk, till, plate, assorted. Latches—Knob, thumb and others, all kinds, ass’d. Butts—Greenwood, narrow, broad and Congress, ash’d. Butts —Wrought, narrow, broad and Congress, ass’d. Screws—l-4 to 4 inch wood, New England taper. Bells—Ox, horse, cow, hand and sleigh, as.-Vl, Brushes—White-wash, shoe, scrubbing ami horse, as sorted. Chisels—Framing, socket, tinner, mortice, ass’d# Curry Combs—American, new patterns, ash’d. Cot Ks —Cock stops, ash’d; brass do ass’d. Files —Butcher’s celebrated mill, flat bastard. Files —Round, halt round, square flat and all kinds* ash’d. Guns —Double and single barrel, shot ami duck, ash’d. Ru les and Pistols—Revolvers, cast steel barr. 1, as sort ed. Gun Barrels— Assorted; gun trimmings and finding.*’# assorted. Hatchets—Shingling, lath, bench and claw, ash’d. Hinges—Hook* and hinges, strap and T,ash’d. Kettles—Brass, t.*a, preserving, glue, a.v*M. MlLLS—Coffee, Parker’s, Adams’ and others, ash’d. M attocks and Picks—Clay and coal, ass’d. Nails —Wrought, 6 to 12d; horse, 6 to 12d, ass’d. Planes—Bench and moulding, ass’d, all kinds, supe rior qualities. Pans—Fry, ass’d; sauce and preserving, ass’d. Shovels—Ames’, Rowland’s and others; garden,min ing and putd. Tacks and Brads—Assorted, all sizes and kinds. A coins—Bright, patent concave, convex and cast steel. With a large assortment of carpenters’ and blacksmith’s tools, of newest patterns and best qualities. House ami Building Hardware—a large assortment. Also, proprietors of St. Louis Saw and Scale Factory* where we are now manufacturing largely of, Saws—Extra cast steel mill, circular, cross-cut, hand panel, bow, wood ami pit saws, of various qualities and ol any kind wanted. Also, Scales—Viz: platform, 300 lbs to 4.000 lbs; counter* hay, flour, packing, coal and car, of all kinds and descrip tions. Scales and Saws repaired and made to order. We are better prepared to serve our customers and pur chasers generally than ever before. Our tenna arc as fa* vorable and prices as low* as the lowest. CHILD, PKATT A CO., 147 Main street. St. Louis, May 22, 1852. 36-2 m JOS. M. BROWN, THOS. If. THATCH, JON. Q. HART. BROWN THATCH ic HART, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IJV FINE CLOTHING AND GENTLE MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, No. 166 Main Street, West side, bet* Washington Avenue and Virginia I7otef, St. LOUIS, Mo. WE ARE NOW OPENING, Dl rect from the East, a large and superior assortment of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, for Gentlemen*# wear, consisting chiefly of the finer and better grades, selected from the best Importing and Commission Houses, and made up in a superior manner, expressly for tWs market* All kinds of Clothing, ready mode and warranted, at wholesale, very low for Cash or good paper. A great variety of Gent** Furnishing Goods, such as Shirts, Cravats, Gloves, Me., Me., which will be sold to the tra<le at New York wholesale prices. We respectfully solicit a call. St. Louis, May Id, 1862- 34-1 y NORTH-WESTERN BOOK STORE. Jwfli N. Wi||«ur, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, No. 93 Main Street, four tlory Brick Corner, Galena, HL Agency lor the tale ol superior Printing Oalena, May 32. 36-y F. S. NEWEL, ~ WHOLESALE & RETAIL dealer in Cook, Parlor, Box Stove»_of all kinds. ''l''HE CHARTER OAK, four sizes, I patented 18M; U has a very large oxen, bake* per fectly and to a charm. For aale by F» S. NBBeLL. T EFFEL’S Double Oven, the neatest I J of the Cincinnati coating* with extra oral cant Iron botlere, can be aeen at F. S. N EWELL'S. rpHE Queen of the Forest, an elevated J- oven atove pleasing to all who use It by the satis factory manner work is done and the ease attending It* to store and for sale by F. 8. NEWELL.