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Is Dead. By a letter from W. B. Francis, we learn the melancholy intelligence that Bishop Chase, the senior Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States, and the founder of Kenyon and Jubilee Colleges, is dead. His death occurred on Monday morning last, and was the result of a fall from his carriage on the 14th. Truly a shining light in the religious heaven has gone out!- —Oquawka Specta tor. Attempt U Assassinate Lonls Napolron New York, Sept. 22. A private letter received in this city from Paris, says an attempt was made a few days since to assassinate Louis Na poleon. The individual fired a musket shot at him which grazed his shoulder.— Seeing he had failed in his attempt, the assassin blew out his own brains. The French journals are prohibited from speaking of the matter. Lost and Found!— Two enterprising boys of the ages respectively of 5 and 7 years, residents of lowa City, took it into their heads to wander off on Monday of last week. The alarm being spread many of the citizens turned out and hunt ed them all night with torches. The next morning the whole city, under a more perfect organization, engaged in the Work. When news came at last that these precociously-piouß young gentlemen had been found at a camp-meeting ten milts distant, so interested had become the citizens in the circumstance that the church bells were rung for joy !—Daven port Gazette. The Scientific American says that some of the English locomotives run twenty miles an hour faster than our fastest. It ascribes the difference to the superiority of construction of English railroads over the American. New York. — A correspondent from the interior of New York writes: “I am perfectly satisfied we shall car ry this State by a large majority. Things never looked as well in this section of the State as now, not even in 1840. I attended a fine meeting last night. The Loco game of brag is about out, and the reaction is tremendous. German Come-Outers.— The Volks Blatt, a Democratic German paper, (says the Cincinnati Atlas,) publishes the manifesto of 132 German Democrats of the Eleventh Ward, who have formed an anti-Miami Club, and declare over their own signatures, that, “ disgusted with the heartlessness and dishonesty of those who have heretofore been their party leaders, and satisfied that so long as De mocracy exists in its present form they have nothing to hope from it, they will, at the coming election, vote the whole Whig ticket.’’ The Dead on the Plains.— Col. George E. Blodgct, who has arrived at St. Joseph from the Plains, brings a long list of persons who have died. He esti mates the emigration this year at 40,000 people, with 8.000 wagons and about 60,- UOO head of cattle. Ericsson’s Caloric Engine.— The Scientific American has no confidence in the extraordinary pretensions set up for this engine. It cannot see how it can at all operate to do the work it has been asserted it can do, and thinks it will prove a failure. The expectation of the inventor is that it will save 80 per cent, of fuel, compared with the present en gine. Pexxsylvasia. —A prominent Free Soiler in Pennsylvania, writes as follows in a private letter: “■“Set clown Pennsylvania as good for 12,000 majority for Scott.” New York.— The Land Reformers of Troy have formed an “ Independent Dem cratic Club,” and have gone to work for Winfield Scott. John E. Woodruff, an old Reformer, is President, and Edward Mooney, Secretary of the Club. They Resolved , That the Democratic party having a majority of 17 in the Senate, is justly responsible for the defeat of the Homestead bill in that body, and that we cannot place confidence in the psuedo Democrats, who thus refuse to report and consider a bill so universally demanded by the working men to whom they are in debted for their present high position in the councils of the country. Resolved, That in the letter of accep tance written by Gen. Scott to the Pres ident of the Convention which nominated him for the Presidency, we find the fol lowing paragraph: “ I shall be ready, in my connection with Congress, to recom mend or approve of measures in regard to the management of the public domain, to secure an early settlement of the same favorably to actual settlers ; but consist ent, nevertheless to the equal rights of the whole American people in that vast na tional inheritancewhich we regard as a sufficient pledge that he will give his influence for the passage of the Home stead bill, in case of his election, and we therefore recognize in him a Democrat who bears a favorable comparison with the rival candidate. The Baltimore American, treating with more respect than it deserves, a late ri diculous assertion, by some silly or reck less writer in the Washington Union, that the Whigs in 1846, like their progenitors in 1812, gave “ aid and comfort to the fiublic enemy,” turns the tables upon the ibeller in a cogent reply, in which the force of the following remark cannot fail to strike the reader: “ If the Whigs gave aid and comfort to the public enemy in the Mexican war, it is a singular sort of retribution by which it has come to pass that one Whig Gener al has been raised to the Presidency, al ready by virtue of his services and achievements in that very war, and that another Whig General is on his way to the same elevation for a like reason. The Aldatros.— We learn from the Quebec Chronicle that the steamer Alba tros will be sent to Australia. The Chron icle says that the fever is raging very high in this city. “ Old men and boys, old women and girls, are packing up for Ophir.” If this is the case in Lower Canada, we believe it is much more so in the upper provinces. The Ship Bounty. —ln 1787 the ship Bounty sailed from England for the Paci fic, in quest of young bread fruit trees, to be replanted in the West Indies. On her way home the crew mutinied, placed the master and fourteen others in a frail open boat, with scanty provisions, and committed them to the mercy of the ocean. Strange to tell that boat accom plished a voyage of more than four thou sand miles, and reached England in safe ty. The mutineers, twenty five in num ber, set sail for some island in the Pacific. They quarreled and separated. About half of the whole number were captured by a vessel-of-war, carried home, and hung in irons. Nine of these despera does went to Tahilti, took on board nine teen natives—seven men and twelve wo men—and sailed for some uninhabitable island in the ocean. They found one— Pitcairn’s Island. Shprtly after landing, the Tihittiar. men murdered five of the mutineers, upon which the |twelve wo men rose at night and killed their sev en countrymen. Of the four remaining mutineers, one invented a distillery, and becoming delirious, leaped from a cliff into the sea and was lost. Another was shot for attempting to destroy his mess mates. Of the two then left one died a natural death, and the other, named John Adams—alone survived. Here their hiding-place was undisturb ed till 1814, when it was visited, also in 1825. Strange alterations had taken place. The number of inhabitants had increased to seventy. There was no de bauchery among them. Good order pre vailed. Filial affection and brotherly love perv ded the entire society. The blessing of God was invoked on every meal. Prayer was offered every morning, noon and evening. The laws of civil so ciety were in force. The rights of prop erty were respected. A simple and pure morality was prevalent. At the funeral or Hon. Edward Gil bert, who was killed in a duel at Sacra mento City, the pall-bearers selected were from every State in the Union. BEN. W. BRUNSON, Grocer & Provision Dealer, ( ORNER Roberts and Fifth Street, Keeps on hand Primes and other Fruits ; Queens ware, Fancy Articles: all kinds of Thread, Knives and Forks, Brushes, Looking Glasses, Window (Mass, Nulls, Tobacco, Cigars, kc., in short, every thing needed for housekeepers and Families. Prices reasonable, and stock such as will please all customers. [JAMS AND SHOULDERS—A ftnt rate article for sale by BEN. W. BRUNSON. TJ UTTER—A good article at Ben. w. Brunsof's. Dakota Lexicon*. THE Lexicons have arrived and are de posits at till- B<>.,|[sturo of LB Dl'C A ROIIRER, for distribution to aubscrliiers. Those entitled to copies will please call .md take them away. .Sealed Proposal* YIJLtL be received until Monday at 4 y * o’clock, P. Mm at the office of the Secretary of the Board of Building Commissioners, (over L. B. Wait &. (V/s store) for painting the exterior of the Capitol IlutMina, tlirep «•«.*♦ u..r|r, KhLlpf* will nlease State the price per square yard. By order of the Board, Sept. 30, 1351. CIIAS. F. TRACY, Sec’y. One more Look at THE Settlement. 1 f ) 1 O ACRES Beautiful Land, well A watered and heavily timbered, for *a!e. HENRY M’KKNTV. Br.'phy Settlement, Oct. 2, 1852. 3t2 Tlie Oliter Man. ( )LD POLONIUS, Lord Chamberlain, to Claudius. King of Denmark, talked sense, when he thus expressed himself in advice to his son, Laertes, as lie was about to leave the paternal roof to finish his edu cation In France: “ Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy. But not expressed in fancy; neat but not gaudy; For the apparel oft proclaims the Tan.” Fueling deeply impressed with the opinion that tli« gents of St. Paul, old and young, intend, the coming winter, to act upon this wholesome admonition, NEIHAUS & BROTHER Have brought info the market as fine and fashionable a a sto l k of seasonable dressing and furnishing goods aa could he purchase si In the Eastern cities. They respect fully ask that gentlemen will call and examine their ele gant Cloths, Cassiinerea, Vestings, fiic., before trading elsewhere ; satisfied that in reference to the articles wan ted, their prices, and their fashionable styles of cutting and making up g.mnen s, tYiey can suit and Jit all custom ers who may otter. They also keep oil hand a general as sortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, And every article in the gentlemen’s furnishing line that may he called for. Store and shop oil Third, between Minnesota and Cedar streets, opposite Judge lounbert’s office. 1 -3tf NEIHAUS fit BROTHER. Real on the corner of Third and Jackson streets. At this ]o- SStl £~#entl"n, In the building formerly occuph-d by Daniel Hopkins, rt iMMiI §eti., I have established a «aUßaMct MEAT MARKET, where the best and fattest surloins, steaks, and all other edible parts of the animal, from hoof to horn*, can be had fresh every day at the market prices. Also, always on hand, mutton, pork, and all other kinds of meat usually devoured by civilized appetites, except old lean working oxen, which 1 consider it murder to kill and felony to sell. 1 le>|»e to receive a share of St. Paul patronage. 2-3tf 11. C. WOLF. SCHOOL MEETING. A MEETING of those entitled to vote LX at 8- h«*»l mootings, residing in School Districts Xo. «. aiHi 3 will be* hold at Temperance Hull, on Tuesday eve ning, Oct iber 6th, at seven o’clock, to take* into Consider tlon tin- propriety of forming a Union School for the two districts. By urct-r of tho Trustees. TRUMAN' M. SMITH, Ul.-rk of District No. 2. J. W. HUIXSMADK, Clwt of District No. 3. SHERIFF’S SALE. Territory of Minnesota, i County of Wa biugtoii, $ * By virtu* of three executions issued out and under the seal of the District Court of the County of Washington aforesaid, wherein Roswell B. Johnson is plaiutiir and Stephen B. Hanks and Henry McLean are defendants, in favor of said plaintiff and against the said defendants, I have on this 13th day of September, A. B. 1862, levied upon the following described real property, to wit, I*ot number one (1) in block number tweuiy-rtve (25) and clxty-slx (66) feet of the west end of lot number one (1) in block number twenty-six (26) ac cording to the survey and plot of the Town of Stillwater, which is duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of sa*d county in Is*ok A, pages 156, 167 and 158, and In book D, pages 9 and 10, together with all the build ings situated thereon, and all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or In anywUe appertaining. And on the sixth day of November, 1862, at the hour of ten o’clock in the forenoon at the office of the Register of Deeds in Stillwater, I shall exp<«e to sale at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash, all the interest that the said Stephen B. llanks had In the above described premises on the 13th day of September, 1862, or has since acquired; or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to sat isfy said executions and coat* WILLIAM C* PENNEY, Sheriff" of the county aforesaid. Stillwater, Sept. 13, 1862. 2 sq— Pr. fee, $7,00. Notice, all ye Interested! T AND WARRANTS for sale at mar- ket prices, and promptly sent by mail to purchasers when the money is sent with the order. Claims of all kinds, collections, fitc., attended to by us, postpaid, directed to LIjOYD St CO** Claim and General Agents, Washington City, D. C* LOST —on the 2*2d inst., a case con taining a pair of (void Spectacles—plain glass case marked “ Badger, Grand st., New York.” The finder by leaving them with Dr. Jarvis, will be liberally rewarded. DISSOLUTION —The Co-partnership heretofore existing between Cathcart Jr Tyson, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe business will be conducted by N. K. Tyson, who Is suthorlsed ts is tie ail debts due by the late firm, and collect all amounts due the same. A. H. CATHCAKT, Sept. I«, 1852. N. Z. TTSoN. HANFORD fit BROTHER, N. B. THATER, Manufacturers, N. Y. st. Louis. HANFORD, THAYER &. CO., (Successors to Lewis, Thayer fit C 0.,) MANUFACTURERS, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OK READY-MADE CLOTHING, Clothing, Shirts, Drawers, and Furnishing Goods, No. 190 Main street, Corner of Green , one door below the Viryinia House , ST. LOUIS, Mo. IJAVING Received an Immense Sup- XX ply of Fall and Winter Ready-Made Clothing and Furnishing Goods, are now preparing to ofl'ef great in ducements to buyers. Clothing received from the Factory every week, keeping oUr assortment complete throughout the season. Always on hand a full stock of Rubber and Oil Clothing, Carpet Bags, Over-Alls, Umbrellas, Trunks, fitc.; also the best Flannel shirts and Drawers iu the Coun try. Our Minnesota Flannels are made expressly lor Lnmberme n. We solicit purchasers to call and examine our stock and prices. Orders promptly attended to. No. 190 Main st., Corner st.»re, south of the Virginia Hotel. HANFORD, THAYER fit CO. St. Louis, September 10. 35-y World’* Fair! \U E HAVE JUST RECEIVED the * V best stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Fancy Articles, fitc., ever brought to the Northwest tor retail, which we are selling at less than New York retail prices. Aliy body that dou’t believe this can call and see for themselves. We are prepared to convince them of the fact we here a>sert, to a positive demonstration. CURRAN fit LAWLER. Attention, Company! AT. CHAMBLIN would reslpectfully • call the attention of the citizens of at, Paul und the viciuity to hts large and well selected stock of fresh, New and Seasonable Goods, Which he is now* opening on Third street, between Roberts and Jackson, which lie will sell at such prices as to defy competition. He would respectfully invite all who are iu wunt of any thing in his line to call and examine liefore purchasing elsewhere, as It is No Trouble to Show Good*, our motto is “Small Profits and Quick Re turns/’ OVERCOATS. Black, Gray and Fancy Colored Cloths, Blue and assorted colors —Blanket, Blue and assorted colors —Felting, Blue and Drab Pilot, Petersham Double Coats. COATS. Black French Cloth, Dress and Fn*ok Black and Broadcloth, Dress sack Plain and Fancy Tweed, Business sack Satinet and Blue Blanket Monkey Jackets. PANTS. Fine Black Doeskin and Cassimere, Plaid, striped and plain do Steelmixed, Fancy and Plain Black ratineU Sheep’s Gray ami Corduroy. VESTS. Black, Plain, and Figured satin Black, Plain and Fancy Cassimere Tweed, Cloth and satinet Single and Double Breasted of all kinds. Shirts and Drawers. Fine White Linen Boson Fancy Calicoes l ami 2 Check and Hickory Red, Blue, and striped Flannel Frown and Bleached Canton Flannel Brown und Bleached Canton Flannel Drawers Plain and Quilted Red Flannel do Boots, shoes, Hats, Caps, Buck Mitts, Buck Gloves; Black and Fancy Cravats; suspenders; Perfumery; Hair, Cloth, Tooth and shaving Brushes; Pocket, Pen and Boxvle Knives; Portinoniesand Money purses; Razor strops; soaps of a'l kind*; Wool Comforts, Casltutere scarfs, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Under Wrappers; Cashmere, Wool and Cotton socks; Trunks Valises, Cari>et Bags, and a number of other articles usually kept in furnishing stores. Come One, Come Jill, ? Tis no Trouble to show Goods, at A. T. (’HAMBLIN’S, 1-1 Third street, between Roberts and Jackson. INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE A ND THE PERILS OF NAVIGAMION, BY THE PROTECTION Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN. This old and responsible Company con tinues to grant Policies upon the most fa vorable terms. Apply to W. P. MURRAY, Agent for St. Paul and Ramsey County. JOHN SQUIRE. 8. C. REED. Squire & Reed, Eagle Iron and Nail Store, 23 Water st., Between Olive and Pine, St. Louis, Mo., DEALERS in Iron, Nails. Hollow Ware, Castings, steel, Iron Axles, Kliptlc springs, Fireproof safes, smiths’ Tools, fitc., agents for the sale of Hope Cotton Yarns, ami Pittsburgh manufactures gener ally. 61 y P LOUR—200 bblsTextra War Eagle •*- Flour, for sale by KEY & FARMER. —2O hhds. sugar—so bbls. c lari lied—Belcher*’, by KEY & FARMER. i\/TOLASSES —10 bbls., just received dl and for sale by RET b. FARMER. POFFEE— 20 sacks Rio Coffee, for V-' sale by REV N. FARMER. QOAP—SO boxes Palm Soap, just re 's-' colved by RET FARMER. pANDLES—SO boxes mould candles, 60 boxes star candles, by KEY fit FARMER. T ARD—S bbls. Prime article, received Jby KEY & FARMER. HAMS — 2,000 lbs. — Prime article, for sale by KEY & FARMER. OALT—2O sacks G. A.—lo do. Dairy, by BEY ft FARMER.* O IGARS—2O,OOO Havana Cigars, for V J Sale by HEY ft FARMER. And n general assortment of Groceries and Provisions constantly on hand. August 28, 1852. WHITNEY’S GALLERY ®jMra&aaMranras>, Cor. Third and Cedar sis., St. Paul. r UHIS Gallery was built expressly for X Daguerreotyping, and is furnished with the VERY BEST of Apparatus. The light Is arranged ui>on the most approved scientific principles. The proprietor uses his best endeavors to please those who favor him with their patronage. All are respectfully Invited to call and ex amine specimens. 49 r OCKETS! LOCKETS!—Splendid X~J Gold Lockets at extremely low prices at WHITNEY’S GALLERY. Pocket Editions of Nature. TAAGUERREOTYPE Views of “Min -I—' ne-tonka” or St. Anthony Falls, “Jflnne-ha-ha,*’ or Little F tils, Fort SnelUng, and other beautiful Minne sota scenery, for sale at Whitney’s Gallery, corner of Third and Cedar streets, saint Paul. These views have been procured with great |al*or and expense, and for beauty and perfecti«*n of execution can not be surpassed. All are respectfully Invited to call and examine specimens. August 21,1852. 49 6ood Room*, SUITABLE for families can be had on accommodating terms, by application at the Minne sota Boarding-House, Evyle Street. 46tf S. C. McCRAY. St. Paul House. r PHIS House, formerly kept by J. W. JL Bass, being the original hotel of St. Paul, at the comer of Third and Jackson sts., opposite the Minnesota Out lit, ts thoroughly repaired, and remodeled, and with the addi tions Dow made to it, is one of the most spacious and con venient hotels in town. Having taken a lease of It, and fitted it up throughout with new furniture, I Invite the traveling public to call upon me; believing they will And this house equal to the best, in all respects. The charges will be very moderate. GEORGE WELLS. St. Paul, July 31, 1862. 46y R. H. MILLER & CO., (Successors to N. E. Janney fit C 0.,) Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Chiaa, Glass and Earthenware, No. 34 Main st., betw’u Cbesnut and Pine, St. Louis, Mo. '['HE SUBSCRIBERS once more call i- the attention of their friends, and all who arc In want of Goods in their line, to the fact that they are pre pared to receive them on the most liberal aud accommo dating terms, and have on hand, aud now arriving, a very Urge and well selected stock of Goods, ordered EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, Comprising the usual varieties, and many other articles not to be met with elsewhere in this city. The long experience of our principal (having been thirty years an importer or Earthenware,) enables us to otter unusual inducements as to variety and quality of stock. Tlielr stock consists In part of C C, blue edged, dipt, painted, printed, white granite, tiown, blue and mulberry earthenware , Pure white, enamelled, lustre, blue figured and gold bond, English china; White, gold band,and decorated French china; All the varieties of American, cut, plain and pressed Glassware, of Eastern and Western manufacture; German and Bohemian Glassware, a great variety; English T D Pipes; American pipes and pipe heads ; A large assortment of looking glass"*, Japanned tea trays, of our own importation; Britannia coffee and tea pots, castors, pitchers, See., a great variety of first rate quality; A large and elegant assortment of Cornelius fit Co.’s cele brated solar Lard Lamp, chandeliers, girandoles, fitc., gilt olive and damask ; and a great variety of articles not usually imported for this market. Assorted Crates, packed for the Country Trade In the best manner, kept constantly on hand. Our goods are put up in the host manner, by careful and experienced packers, and may be transported any dis tance, by wagon or otherwise, without risk of breakage. We take pride in referring to our old customers, ami to our packing and the good condition In which our goods are generally received. 62m2 K* H. MILLER fit CO. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, BY F. E. COLLINS. /JNE lot on Main Street, back of the American Hotel; two I*ots on Fourth street, near Jackson; two Lots on Roberts street above Sixth; also several good farm*. Persons wishing to purchase town property or fanners will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. lUST RECEIVED, on Consignment, Six spleudld dressing Bureaus, with Looking (Hasses on top, for sale cheap; also2o good substantial bedsteads, which 1 will sell cheap for cash. F. E. COLLINS, Ware Rooms, Thin! street. 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 i\KW CLOTHING STORK. On Roberta Street,a few doors from Third Street, Saint Paul. \Y 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, French, English, and Ger man Cloths aud Cassiuiercs, as well as rich Vestings, all purchased expressly for their TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Their style, texture, aud finish warrant them In assuming that it Is the largest and most varied assortment of the before mentioned, newly-imported good* in Saint Paul, embracing all styles, from the richest and most costly to the plainest of stout clothing. Particular attention will be paid to the Hosiery, Glove and Shirt Department. In the Clothing Department, they challenge all competition as regards quality, style and low prices. May, 1852. 33y PIRE & WATER-PROOF PAINT— A Sims’ celebrated article for Roofs, Fences, Brick, fito. For sale by the Barrel, Keg or i>ound l»y 43tf SPENCER, KIRKPATRICK fit M ARK LEY. HAMS AND SHOL t LDERS.-A very superior article, cured In the best of stvle, for sale by KEY fit FARMER. The Northwest Express Co. \l7 ILL deliver good Fresh Lime in St. * V Paul at $1.20 per bbl., Superfine Flour, warrant ed, for $4.25. Also, any kind of merchandise at 5 per cent advance from wholesale prices in Galena or St. Ixmls. Call on the subscriber on the Nominee or of W. N. Per son or C. R. Rice fit Co., Agents, St- Paul. July 3,3 m J. C. BURBANK fit Co. Oats! Oat*!! 1 BUSHELS, just received JL VF vJ VK aud for sale by CATHCART fit TYSON. Contracting and Building. EDWARD STEWART, Bricklayer ami Architect, thankful to the citizens of St. Paul, for favors sluce he commenced business, would respectful ly Inform them that he is 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 Pan!, he solicits a share of public patronage. Drafts and siM‘cit\catlons furnished on reasonable terms. N. lb Orders for work left at the store of 11. C. Sand ford, near the Post Office will receive prompt attention. 42y EDWARD STEWART. Lloyd & Co., r LAIM & GENERAL AGENTS Ik 7 in all kinds of property—negotiators in for large and small sums. Office, opposite the Treasury, Washington. Claims that have been abandoned by other agents as worthless have been successfully prosecuted by the above agents. Advances made on good claims. All communications addressed as above, p »st paid, will be attended to. Office open from 9A. M., to 6P. M. Land Warrants for pale. ‘2t6 ■j\[ICHOLS’ MAP OF ST. PAUL-^ i-Y Nichols’ new map of St. Paul, embracing all the Additions, for sale at our store. Price SI,OO. LEDUCfic ROHRER. W. H. JARVIS, APOTHECARY AND CHEMIST. HAS received by recent arrivals a large addition to his previously well selected stock of Drugs. Chemicals, Perfumery, Essential Oils and Patent Medicines, at his drug store, corner Fifth and Jackson. PHYSICIANS will be supplied, also dealers In Drugs or Patent Medicines, on as good terms as they can effect purchases by sending to Galena. I will sell at Galena prices without the addition of trans portation. JARV IS, Druggist. I WILL contract for the construction of some 300 to 600 drawers; also, for new fixtures and counters. Apply to JAVKIS, Fifth *t* X. B. Terms cash on the completion of the work. IRISH MOSS, a very superior article, Just received and for sale in the ‘‘Multuin In Parvo” Drug Store. /CONGRESS WATER—another lot has arrived of the genuine. For sale by the bottle or dozen. JARVIS, Apoth’y. OBBLS. BLUE LICK, fresh from the & M Springs”—for stile by the glass or gallon. JARVIS, Druggist. PILLS! PILLS! PlLLS!!—Wright’s JL Indian Vegetable, Braodreth’s, McfTat’s, Graefen burgh, Lee’s, Cook's, Dr. Jayne’s, Dr. Soules’, Parr’s Life, Hooper’s Female, Sugar Coated, and Dr. Davis’ Antibill lous PlHa for sale at the Patent Medicine Store, corner 6th and Jackson. FRESH TAMARINDS—a very fine mid delicious article attlic Fifth st. DRUG STOUR. From 230 deg. -L down to 40 deg. below Zero —for sale by JARVIS. TIR. GREEN’S Oxygenated Bitters are -L/ a never-falling remedy for Dyspepsia—for sale by JARVIS. U)EPSIN, the genuine article, 75 cents -L per bottle, for sale by JARVIS, Apothecary. I jC' XTR ACT of Bene Plant unequaled by any other medicine for the cure of Dysentery and 1 Diarrhea. MI’LTUM IN PARVO Drug Store, j A YRE’S Cherry Pectoral, Wistar’s; AA. Balsam of Wild Cherry, Perry Davis’ Pain Killer, and pure Port Wine Juice for invalids; at the Fifth Street DRUG STORE. TAR VIS’ Anti-Corrosive Steel Pen Ink, for sale wholesale and retail at the CHEMICAL LABORATORY, sth St. P'OOD Pickles require good Vinegar, V-J Mace, cloves, Ginger, Allspice, Mustard need, black pepper and alum; all which can bo purchased low at the Family Medicine store, cor. Fifth and Jackson. H'EAS, black or green and mixed, the JL choicest lot ever brought to Minnesota from mixed at 45 cts per lb., to the very best Imperial at 80 cts per lb. For sale at JARVIS’ Drug store. I BLASTERS—Poor man’s, Jew David’s t Badeaw’s, Dailey’s pain Extractor, Cant hard in* Tis sue, Conklin’s Salve, Corn plasUr; all being superior ar ticle*. For sale at the patcut medicine store, corner of Fifth and Jackson. JARVIS. CODA and Butler Crackers, just re- O ccived by REV A FARMER. MOLASSES.—N. O. and S. H. Mo -IVX lassos, for sale by REY fc FARMER. SUGARS of every description, of the best qualiy and large quantity, Just received by REY It FARMER. NEW STORE. The St. Paul Hat, Cap and Gentlemen's Fur nishing Store. f PHE subscriber respectfully offers to -X the Gentlemen of SL Paul, his new stock of (Jowls, anti will endeavor to keep a full assortment of articles fur Gentlemen’s use and wear, such ss— Silk Hats, Sldrts Gloves, Beaver do Collars Shaving, Tooth aud Children do Drawers, lUIr Brushes, Kossuth do Howry, Combs, Magyar do Cravats, Hair Oils, AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STRAW GOODS, SCARFS, COLOGNE, HANDKERCHIEFS, COAT LINKS, OH cloth and Cloth Caps, Suspenders, Soap, fitc. Button* and Tailors Trimmings, Indies sewiug birds, a useiul ar ticle; Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, fitc. R. O. WALKER, Corner Third and Wabashaw st. may 22. 35-y George L. Hank*, Cincinnati, Ohio, nAS for many years been extensively engaged in tin* manufacture of BELLS, aud by C-areiul 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 comiKHind the most sonorous, possessing, at the same time, sufficient Density and Strength, also, the peculiar outline, or shape, having a correct proportion of the different parts, thereto’ giving them elegance of form, have »>ecn subjects to which Mr. 11. has devoted a great amount of time, in critical observation of effects through a long se ries of Experiment*: 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. Church Chimes or Peals, and Musical Hand Bells, to any number on the Chromatic Scale made to order. Bells sold by Mr. H. are furnished with Yokes, Wheels and Springs, of the late*t and most approved Plan, and the whole warranted in every particular. Those wishing further information will please address GEORGE L. nANKS. Cincinnati, Ohio. N. B.—The Great Bell, “St. Peters,” and the Chime of Eleven Bells, at St. Peter’s Cathedral, Cincinnati, were ca.*t at this Foundry. July 3 Bm. PXTRA WAR EAGLE FLOUR.— A large consignment Just received, and for sale cheap. KEY fit FARMER. ft (WHET. M HANDBILL AND General Job Printing. rHE Proprietors of the Minnesotian Office, have recently made extensive additions to tlielr stock of Book and Jol» Printing material. Their assortment now embraces all the sUiiliai of Plain ami 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. Both of us being PRACTICAL PRINTERS, We superintend all work entrusted to the Minnesotian Office ourselves, and allow uoUtiug to leave our hand* unless it be executed In a WORKMANLIKE MANNER. We rely upon the public for a liberal share of their patronage. A stock of Plain and Fancy Letter Paper, Foolscap, Flat Cap, Folio Post, fitc., on hand for printing. Also Printing cards of different kinds, sizes and colors. June 26. OWENS fie MOORE. L. B. Wait & Co., Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Commission Merchants, HAVE opened at the store lately oc cupied by C. F. Tracy, on Third street, a general assortment of Family Groceries and Provisions; which they will sell at low prices for cash or in exchange for country produce. They respectfully solicit a share of patronage. CHARLES MILBI HN, St. Paul, June 21, ’62—4ov L. B. WAIT. Ch's W. Horup. Ch’a H. Oakes. BORIIP & OAKES, LTAVING formed a C!n-Partnor»l*ip -*■ for transacting an Exchange and Banking Business in all its various branches, will he prepared to furnish sight and time exchange on the East, and principal cities ot the West. Remittances to Great Britain, Ireland and Continent of Europe made in sums to suit purchasers. Sight and home bills and European Exchanges pur chased. Collections made and proceeds remitted at usual rates of Exchange. All other business committed to our care punctually attended to. BORUP fit OAKES. St. Paul, Minnesota Territory, June 26, 1852. Office at the filiunesota Outfit building. 40y. R. H’LAHAM, Storage, Forwarding A Commission merchant, Dealer in Grain of all kinds. Fruit Trees, ficc., Main st., near the Bradley House, Galena, 111. Refer to B. 11. Campbell fit Co., Galena; W. L. Ewlug fit Co., St. Louis. 40y W. Ojft.EDl’C. 1). ROIIREU. LEDUC A ROIIRER. BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, [Corner of Bench aud Wabashaw streets, St. Paul, M. T.] JUST opened at the corner of Bench and Waltashaw streets, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, or Life among the Lowly. Reveries of a Bachelor, by Ik Marvel. Dream Life, do Fresh Gleanings do Dickens’ Works, complete. Wandering Jew, illustrated. The Camp Fires of the Revolution. Ijossing’s Field Book of the Revolution. Forest Life and Forest Trees—being camp life among the Loggers. Pencilling.* by the Way, bv Willis. Outre-Mer, by Longfellow. And many other works which we cannot enumerate in an advertisement. Call ami examine them. June 24. LEIM'C St ROIIRKR. Just in Time. WE have opened, for sale, some superb engraving* of G.n’l Winfield Scott. Also, his I.lfc and Services, by E. 1). Maiisrteld. Call Indore the} are all sold. LEDUC & KOIIRKK, ITISTORY OF~CONG RESS—Com -A A- prising Memoirs of the most Prominent members, with numerous steel portraits and fac-simlie autographs. June 21. LE DUC 6c ROIIitER. WALL PAPER—A large stock of Wall paper, Curtain*, shades and Fire Board Prints, now opened and for sale by June 24. LE DUC & Roll It KK. f FO SPORTSMEN A superior lot J- of Fishing Tackle, for sale by June 24. LE DUC & R( HIRER. All ISCELLANIOUS. Scrap Books, IV_L Herbariums, Albums, Papier Mache Card Baskets Card Cases and Work Boxes, Newspaper Files, Patent Air Tight Inks —Post Office boxes, Calenders, &c., Stc. LE DUC St KOIIRER. r IOLD PENS —Just Received, a supe 'J rior lot of Gold Pens —some new styles. Le DUC St ROIIRER. HOUSE Trimmings, Locks, Bolts, Latches, Butts and Screws, at F. S. NEWELL’S. pANE FISHING POLES—Just rec’d 8 doz cane fishing poles, at the JV>ok Store of m*y 22. LR DUC St ROIIRER. F. E. Collins, Auction and Commission Merchant, Saint Paul, Minnesota Territory, In the three story Brick store, Third St., opposite V. 11. HAVING received a regular License fmm the Town Board, trhich / have paid for , 1 »m prepared to sell real estate or other property, at Public Auction at all times and places. Saint Paul, July 31, 1852. F. E. COLLINS. Shelters in Store and for sale by Cy F. S. NEWELL. PORTABLE Fire Engines of all sizes for sale by F. 8. N EWELL. /CARPENTER’S Tools, Planes, Chis- V eels, Bits, Files, Me., at F. 8- XEWELL’S. IC ARMING IMPLEMENTS,ShoveIs, T Spades, Hoes, Rak-s, Forks, Cradles and Plow-sin store and for sale by F. 8. NEWELL. HARDWARE —Cross Cut and Mill Ll Saws, Axes, all kinds, lUminermaUklnda, Ac. For sale by *■ s - F t,t - I FAMILY Grindstones, Oil stones, &c. 1 for sale at F. S. NEWELL’S. TTITCHEN WARE—knives and forks, TY Waffle Iron*, ladles, Butin# Sp»os, Chopping Knives, Tea Bells, Sieves, Shear*, Ballron, Braa* Xrtllee, Fie Plates, Ac., for »a!e at *• »• r ' E " a * Summer Arrangement! 18 5 2. QT. PAUL and St. Anthony Falls, three Daily Stages, leaving each place at 7 o’clock A. M., 12 M. and 4 P. M. COACHES AND TEAMS Will he at the landing, on the arriv'a! of Steamboats at Saint Paul. Also, a Daily Line of Stages betwaeu Saint Paul and Stillwater. £3** An extensive Livery Staid** at the 'comer of Fourth and Roberts streets. Particular attention given to the accommodation of Pleasure Parties, upon liberal terms. 33-tf WILLOUGHBY fit POWERS. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. Catlicart A Tyson, |4A\ E leased the new store on the 1 X Corner of Robert. »n<l Fourth streets, where they are mm- opcninir a fresh st.wk ..f Groceries, Provision* | and Feed i whirl, they ofi'.-r at wholesale and retail to the citizens 01 Saint Paul and the surroiuulin • eonnlrr at as low-prices as they can he purchased west of St.'Usuis. Tlielr stock consists In part ns ndluws: Cru-hed and Powdered Sugars, Jara.Hloh lstoulrat'otlee N O and Clarllled do Y 11, Imperial,Gunpowder, Tobacco and Settars, and (thick Teas (choice brands) Rice, Kaisuis and Currants Pepper, Spices. XntniCKa Cloves, assorted pickles Pepper sauce, Catchups Powder and shot, Chocolate \l It Cheese, Starch, Citron Mustard,Plffs,K!ttof Lemon Hose and Vanilla M’ld,star and sp’mt'andles Palm and Variegated Soap Mackerel.Coddsh, Herrings Shaving rlo Pork, Hams and shuulders Fresh Butler and Risks Huiter and soda Crackers Molasses and Golden syrup l.lusetsi and I.anl oil Cider, Vinegar Oats, Corn aud shorts ; Corn Meal and Flour, choicest brands, also other articles usually kept In n Famllv Grocery store, too numerous too ntloil, which they will sell for Cash exclusively at small profits. Purchasers will please call and examine tor themselves. n. c.iTncART, St, Paul, June, 185 J (38>) N. K. TYSO.V. 4 UST RECEIVED—2OO bushels fresh •f Ground Com Meal, and for sale cheap by June 10 CATHCART lx TYSOX. FAIR PLAY! ‘*roni|ietititfii is tlie Life of Trade.*’ PATTISON & BENSON’S new Coach o* have arrived, anil ar** now upon the ro:wl between St- Paul and St. Anthony, ready to a<v>»imii.xtate the pub lic on all occasions. They have also rectlvcd in addition to their former large and excellent Livery stock, several new and elegant Carriages anil Barouches; also new Har nesses and Horse Furnishing', and equipage of the most elegant description. ALSO—an additional stock of Fine Blooded, well broken Horses. Query. If “spirited” horses come in under the Ift: -v: Py Liquor Law, will they !»e In danger of be- IhK knocked on the head? Our entire kaT Hr m ‘ wst,Hk ' vin roSt over $4,000. Noother stable in the West, outer Saint Louis will be found as complete as ours. Will our friends and the public remember, that ar the Livery Stable in the r nr of the American House, at the upper end of Saint Paul, they can at all hours, have such conveyance by laud, on wheels or on horseback, as they may desire. PATTISON fit BENSON. St. Paul, June 10, 1852. (38y) DISSOLUTION. TMIE Co-I’artnership heretofore exist- JL ing between F. K. Collins and C. P. V. Lull in the Auction and General Land Agency business, Is hereby dis solve! I l.y mutual consent. F. E. COLLINS, June, 3, 185*2. C. P. V. LULL. F. E. Collins will continue the Auction, Commission and General l*and Agency business at the large brick building on Third st., below Jackson. FURNITURE —just received a splen did lot of Furniture from Cincinnati which 1 will sell at Saint Louis prices. Call at the rooms of F. E. COLLINS, Third st., below Jackson. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! ( Jus! received per Excelsior.) WS. COMBS, near the American • House, has [list received a large and varh-d collect! -n of new hooks. Just from the press, to which he Invites the attention of nR the reading community. They ARE OFFERED AT EASTERN PRICKS* Tel Ills cash. Collie Hint t vanilne—ilo trouble to *how trnokls at tho “Franklin Bookstore.” 37 g? The Minnesota Remedy,g FOR Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Diarrhceu, &>c., 6,'c. “PESIGU AGOMIK OR “Indian Compound Astringent and Tonic.” T'HE materials of this medicine are en tirely vegetable, Indigenous to Minnesota, and well known to the Indians liy whom they have been used from time immemorial, with invariable success. The Proprietor am confidently recommend this medicine to the public, as a CERTAIN, SAFE, and PLEASANT cure for Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea. Dysentery, and all diseases or tlie Bowels. It affords almost Instantane ous relief in cases of griping* or cramps, and ordinarily cffi*cts a complete cure in six or eight h airs. To Boatmen, Raftmrn, Lumbermen, and all per sons traveling on the river, tills medicine is Invaluable. Our citizens going below, during the summer months should not fall to provide themselves with it. Tl»c ‘•Pesiguagomik” must of course derive Its repu tation from the testimonials of those who have made trial of It. jrJ™ Please read carefully the annexed certificates. Prepared by E. F. ELY, St. Paul, And for sale at the Bookstore of LeDLC fit ROIIRER, and at W. 11. FORBES’ Minnesota Store, St. Paul. Also, as the Minnesota Bookstore, St. Anthony, and Churchill fit Nelson, Stillwater. Also, at the Drug Store of Hichcox fit Axtell, St. Paul. Price Fifty Cents per Botth*.«£^ CERTIFICATES. I have used the “Pesiguagoinik"’ re poatedly In my family and £an r•‘commend It as the safest as well os most efficacious medicine In all derangements of the Bowels, I have ever known. It has, to my know ledge, saved several valuable llvea in most obstinate cases of Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, ficc. St. Paul, May 23, 1862. C. W. BORUP. This may certify that I have used the Vegetable Compound Astringent, prepared by .Mr. E. F. Klv, iu my family, and have found it to Ik* the best by far of any thing of tlie kind 1 have ever used. In one in stance, two doses cured an ob*tii»nte case of Cholera Mor bus. Not a single individual should be without tills valu able medicine, particularly In a a country' where the Dlar rlitra and summer complaint are prevalent. CH V’S U. OAKES. Having used this preparation in iny family* 1 most clicirfully J»l« Mr. oaks iu the alwvc cer llUrale uf lls virtues. St. l’aul, May 21, ISS2. AI.KX. RAMSEY. I take pleasure iu being able to state that 1 have used iu my family, Mr. Ely’s Compound As tringent and Tonic, in cases of Diarrhoea, with much suc cess; and especially last summer In a case of summer complaint in an infant of mine some nine months old, and cheerfully recommend it* use to the public. SL Paul, May, 21, 1752. WM. HENRY FORBES. I have used the Indian Compound As tringent and Tonic, myself, and In my family, and found If effective, especially In cases or children teething, and consider It an active and sale remedy for all Bowel Com plaints. A. H. FRENCH. St. Paul, August I, 1861. I have used the Indian Compound As tringent ami Tonic, prepared by Mr. Edmund F. Ely, and found immediate relief; and can cheerfully recommend It as a speedy and sure eure for diseases of the bow els. St. Paul, May 24, 1862. 11. F. MASTERSON. I certify that I have used the Indian Tonic, called “Peslguagomik,” and recommend the* same as an excellent astringent, pleasant in Its taste-, and certain in its cure. NOAH. August, 1861. 36ui6 • • All orders for the above Medicine should be ad dressed to E. F. Ely, St. Paul, Minnesota. Real Estate. I offer property situated In the town of St. Pan! and its immediate vicinity, for flfll sale extremely low for cash. The terms Bpil are «nch as do not often present themselves to the capitalist i»r man of moderate means, lo Invest mon ey In a prosperous and rapidly growing town ami Its vlcin- Itv. Among various property 1 have to dispose of are the following, vl*: a dwelling house and several lotsof land in a central part of St. Paul, with abumlant supply of ex cellent water; also, a small house ail)olnlng. With this property will be sold about ten acres of land covered with a large and thrifty* growth of w.md—a great object now that the Sioux land cannot, at least, at present, supply us with fuel until in market. 1 have also for sale a number of live acre lota witn growing timber, situated on anil In the Immediate vicinity of public roads and not over a mile from St. Paul. liie above property will be sold on such low terms for cash, that the purcha.*er can Immediately sell again at an ailvance. For sale on tlme—prices will be proportionally higher. Apply to HENRY A. LAMBERT, Third street, comer of Cedar, 43tf Or to B. P. HOYT, St. Paul. i) PSflfl FRUIT TREES—Grafted, Vr vf Choice Varieties, (peach and apple) now growing in my nursery and for sale. GEO. W. FARRINGTON. VITA NT ED—IBOO cords of wood for » V the Empire Foundry. Euautra at F. S. NEWELL’*. ANNULS OF THE Minnesota Historical Society FOR 1 832. A IEW copies of this interesting An- X containing more about tlw discovery and early h.swry Minnesota; It* sensrapiiici7SS, ud mineral and keol.atlcal resource* than any worlTheretxitoc. ISSU.SI, are Still „„ hand, and for sale at Messrs Lenuc (x Kohrer and Combs’; also at this offlee Price, Thirty Cent*. omoe. OWKXS S. MOORR, Publisher*. 140 AN, KING A CoV, Wholesale Dry-Goods Dealers, 123 AND 125 MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS. ARE constantly receiving new and de sirable styles of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS which are offered at a very small advance for Cosh, or to Mer chants who pay their notes when due. C-ouutry Merchant* will find a decided advantage by an examination of the lar gest stock of goods west ol the mountains. DOAN, KING fit CO. St. L.ui*, May 22. 36-y t*. B. KELL I'M. m. B. MASSON, JR. KELLUM fit MASSON, LARD OIL AND CANDLE MANUFACTURERS, —ALSO— Produce and Commission Merchant*, .Vo. 21 South Lti'ee, it, Louis. REFERENCES: E. M. Rvland fit Co., i F. B. Chamberlain, > St. Louh>. R. M. Wither®, \ I St. Louis, May 22. 3 s.y Indian Provision*. CJEALED PROPOSALS will be re celved at the office of the Indian Ageut at St. Peter’a, for the delivery at Traverse des Sioux, before the elooe of navigation, tlie following provisions for the use uf the In dians, to wit j 500 bbls Superfiue Flour. 1500 >ks (average two l>u.*hel>) sound Shelled Corn. 2500 lbs good Rifle Powder, in kogs. 100 pigs of Lead, of 70 lbs each. 20 sacks of Salt. Provisions to be Inspected at St. Peter’s at the expense of the contractor —a small proportion of the provisions and ammunition will be left at Little Rapids on tlie Minnesota river, to be hereafter designated. The Bids will be opened on Saturday the 2d day of Octo ber, and the contract awarded to the lowest responsible bidder. The Agent reserves the right of rejecting all bids If deemed extravagant. Address, Indian Agent, Fort Suelling, M. T., “Proposals lor Indian Provisions.” NATHANIEL McI.KAN, lud. Agent. ST. PciEi&’a agency, ) Sept. 9th, 1362. ) 6213 *o* Pioneer, Democrat and Express, please Copy. 11. N. bird, Cincinnati.] [j. b. Armstrong, St. Loais. BIRD & ARMSTRONG, WHOLESALE CANE AND WOOD-SEAT CHAIR MAN UFACTURERS, Soulh-West Corner Vine and Second its., St, Louis , Mo. WHOLESALE and retail dealers in Chairs are respectfully informed that we will con stantly keep on hand a large and general of Chairs of our own manufacture, consisting of nut, Mahogany. Cherry and Maple cane-seats of ev ery description: Wood-seat Elbow, large and small*" * Offlee, Boston and Ban. Ann Rockers, Polka, French, Bus tle, Jenny Lind, Bannister, Scrolls, Mock Serools, Sod lops, Slats, Children’s, fcc., which we will sell to the trade oil the most liberal terms, and warrant them to be unsurpas sed In beauty of style or finish. Having large mannfactu- ring facilities, we can offer inducements that will Insure w general satisfaction ; and hope, through a strict and prompt attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. We invite the visits of purchasers, either Wholesale or Retail, to our Ware-rooius, tn order that they may Judge for themselves. BIRD fit ARMSTRONG. St. Louis, May 22. 35-y ALONZO CHILD, ELoN G. PRATT, ORANGE W. PRATT. CHILD, PRATT fic CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlerjr f No. 147 Main street. (Third door North of Bank of Missouri,) may 22. St. LOUIS, Mo. HARDWARE & CUTLERY. WE have now in store a complete as assortment, making our stock unusually large, which we otter to purchasers at lowest prices, and on bast terms —among which may be found a complete assortment of— Axes—Simmons’, Collins’, nunt’s and others. Scythes—Waldron’s grass, grain, hemp and bush, as sorted. Snathes—Assorted, all prices, qualities and Scythe Stones and Rifles—Assorted, all prices, qualities and kinds. Forks—Hay anti manure, 2,3, 4 and 6 pronged, a*»M. Chains—Bright ox and leg,B-8, 7 1-6,1-2ands-Binch, assorted. Chains—Bright trace assorted; coll, breast and halter, assorted. Collaiis—Horse and mule, assorted, (hog and kip skins.) Hames—Horse and mule, steam bent and riveted. lloes—Carolina, planters’, eyed and handled, ass’d. Rakes—Hay and garden, Iron and wood, ass’d. Knives —Table knives and forks, all patterns aud qual ities. Knives—Table knives and forks, all patterns and qual ities. Razors —Wade fit Butcher’s, Crooks, and others, ass'd. Shears and Scissons—Butcher’s, Lux’s, great vari ety of patterns. Locks —Mineral knob, assorted; door, newest patterns and styles. Locks—Pad, chest, trunk, till, plate, a**>rt:*J. Latches—Knob, thumb and others, all kind*, ass’d. Butts—Greenw«jud, narrow, br<*ad ami Congress, ass’d. Butts—Wrought, narrow, br«»ad And Congress, ass’d. Screws —1-4 to 4 Inch wood, New England taper. Bells—Ox, horse, cow, hand and sleigh, ass’d. Brushes—White-wash, shoo, scrubbing and horse, as sorted. Chisels —Framing, s*»cket, firmer, mortice, ass’d. Curry Combs —American, new patterns, ass’d. Cocks—Cock stojw, uss’d; brass do ass’d. Files —Butcher’s celebrnb-d mill, fiat bastard. Files—Hound, hair round, square flat and all kinds, ass’d. Guns—Double and single barrel, shot and dock, ass’d. Rifles and Pistols—Revolvers, cast steel barr« 1, os sort«*d. Gun Barrels—Assorted; gun trimmings and findings, assorted. Hatchets—Shingling, lath, bench and claw, ass’d. HINGES—Hooks and hinges, strap and T, ass’d. Kettles—Brass, tea, preserving, glue, ass’d. Mills —Coffee, Parker’s, Adams’ and others, ass’d. Mattocks 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’, Howland’s and others; garden, min ing and immL Tacks and Brads—Assorted, all sizes and kinds. A ugl rs—Bright, patent concave, convex and cast at eel. With a large a*sortmeiit of carpenters’ and blacksmith’! tools, of newest patterns and best qualities. House and Building Hardware—a large aasortmeuL Also, proprietors of St. Louis Saw and Scale Factory, where we arc now manufacturing largely of, Saws—Extra cast steel mill, circular, cross-cut, hand panel, bow, wood and pit saws, of various qualities and of any kind wonted. 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 terms are as fa vorable and prices os low as the* lowest. CHILD, PRATT fii CO., 147 Main street. St. Louis, May 22, 1662. 36-2 m JO*. M. BROWN, THO*. If. THATCH, JON. ft. HART. BROWN THATCH 1c HART, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER* IR FINE CLOTHING AND GENTLE MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Na. 160 Main street. West *lde, bet. Washington Avenne and Virginia Hotel, St. LOUIS, MO. WE ARE NOW OPENING, Dl rect from the East, a large and superior assortment of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, for Gentlemen’s wear, consisting chiefly of the finer and better grades, selected from the best Importing and Commission Houses, and made up in a superior mauner, expressly for this market. All kinds of Clothing, ready made and warranted, at wholesale, very low for Cash or good paper. A great variety of Gents’ Furnishing Goods, such as Shirt*, Cravats, Gloves, Stc., fcc., which will be sold to the trade at New York wholesale prices. We respectfully solicit a call. St. Louis, May 16, 1862. *4-ly NORTH-WESTERN BOOK STORE. Joseph IF. Winner, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, So. 93 Main Sfr«f, four * tor. Brick Comer, Galina, lIL J3“Agency lor the sale of superior Printing Galena, May 22. 3*-y F. 8. NEWEL, WHOLESALE & RETAIL dealer in Cook, Parlor, Box Stove* of all kind*. 'I'HE CHARTER OAK, four Bices, I patented 1862; It ha* a very large oven, t*ke* per fedly and to a charm. For sale by F. 8. NBwsta T EFFEL’S Double Oven, the neatest -Li of the Cincinnati coating* »'tli extra boilers, can be aeen at F . 8. NEWKLD-s. T'HE Queen of the Forest, an elevated oven stove pleasing to all who use It by factory msnner work Udone and the eaxe in slur* and for *alt by F. S. NEw ELL.