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The Crops in Europe.— The annexed article
upon the condition of the crops in Europe, and especially in regard to the potato crop of Great Britain, will be read with interest. It is from the London Economist, a paper of high charac ter : There was probably never a season when the aecounts of the crops were more conflicting, nor when their real condition was more various. Facts collected in one spot are no criterion whatever, even for other places in their immedi ate vicinity. Frequently in the same parish will be found crops of wheat as fine, or liner, than have been seen for years ; while in others, not less than half of the crop is entirely lost by blight, rain, or wind. If this be true of single parishes, it is even more so of different districts. Throughout the South and West of England, it is unquestionably true that the crops have in places suffered very much, but that they are very good in others. But what with da'mage 'by blight in some places, by rain and sprouting in others, by wind in others, and the scarcity of labor for reaping everywhere, there is no doubt that the crop in quantity and quality is below an average. In the North of England, in Scot land, and in Ireland, less injury has been done, and the grain crop up to the present time prorn es to be good. A similar condition prevails in the continen tal accounts, which have, however, been more uniformly good during the last week. There, there is less complaint of blight, but more of the influence of rain in some places. The favorable change, however, in the weather is producing more satisfactory results than were of late an ticipated ; and so far as grain is concerned, there is no ground for apprehension that any deficiency in this country will not be readily made good from abroad, without any very ma terial rise of price. But by far the worst feature in our home sup ply of human food, is the destruction of the po tato crop. In many aud very important dis tricts, the loss is more complete than in any former year whatever ; and these remarks ex tend less or more throughout the whole length of England, from Cornwall to Northumberland. So far as the Continent is concerned, there is less said about the potato disease than last year, especially in Germany. The 13th September, this year, was the com pletion of a century since the introduction of the “New Style." as it is called in the calendar. The New Style differed from the Old in two par ticulars : by omitting eleven days after Sep temiier Ist, on calling the 2d the 13, and by be ginning the year on January Ist, and not on Annunciation, or the 25th of March. The length of the legal year 1752, was, therefore, only 282 days, or about forty weeks. The Old Style is, however, yet in use in those countries (Russia. Greece, Ac..) where the Greek Church is pro fessed, although inconvenient aud manifestly erroneous. More Slavs.—At Eaton, in Ohio, last week, there was a good old fashioned gathering of the friends of Gen. Scott. In the procession was an Irish Scott Club, numbering 110 members, with a banner displaying the Shamrock, with the words, “ the Irish hoys of Hamilton for Scott." There was also a German club, numbering Go, with a banner inscribed “ German Scott Club from Hamilton." Three hundred aud fifty-six (!) more Cincin nati Germans have bolted from the so-called democracy. The Atlas of that city says that Hamilton county in which it is situated will poll 900 German votes for Scott. Major Downing, in his last letter to the Na tional Intelligencer, remarks : “ I'm afraid there's a Whig drill going over the country that’ll swamp us. Sailors tell about the big tenth wave that rolls up and car ries every thing afore it. and I’m thinking it seems to be a good deal fo in politics. There was a big tenth wave in 1840. and you remem ber what work it made. It looks a good dial as though there is another big tenth wave roll ing up now, to .-wamp the democracy and upset Congress." The floor of the Crystal Palace is soon to be taken up, when vast treasures are expected by some to be brought to light. It is said that large sums have been ottered for the first search. MARRIED, At St. Anthony, on the 12th Inst., by the Rev. Timothy Wilcoxson, Mr. HERMANN JENKINS, Jr., to Miss EMELINK n. BROWN. DIED, At St. Paul, ou the 2)il» ult. Mrs. CATHARINE RYLE aged about 60 years. Stand from Under! BUEL’S MAMMOTH STOCK OF DDD'rK) & 332D33* COMPRISING all the different styles that may b» found til an Eastern market. —.(T*- And he it remembered that jtli J fine and thick double sole water-proot custom «iVI| » Ik! hoots that can he made, aud Monterey, Kos-r authand Congress Galtors, and for beauty and style can not be bea’.en. But amld.t all, the greatest care and at tention has been given to the Ladles. These Goods will be sold at wholesale or retail for a small prollt. St. Paul, October 14, 1852. 11. E. BUF.L. Constant* St Burbank, Storage, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, Express and Steamboat Agents, Lower Landing, St. Paul. /"'|N hand and for sale—2s bbls. Pork, V_3 200 do Flour, 4000 lb.-* best dairy Butter, 600 lbs Lard, 26 bbls Corn Meal, 40 boxes Tobacco, 600 lb* Cheese* 2 casks Hams, 500 doz brooms, 10,000 best brand Cigars, 10 bids Whit* Beans, a l<»t of salamander Ware, Oats, Com, Buckwheat Flour, Lime ami Plastering llalr, to gether with a general assortment of Family ( i roceries con stantly on hand. Hotel Keepers, I.umberm *ti and all per sons wanting any of the above article* will find It lor their interest to call on us before purchasing. Saint Paul, October 16, 1862. 2-6 v Notice to Debtor*. ALL persons indebted to the subscriber previous u> tbe Ist of September last, either by note or book account, are requested to call and settle or the same will be placed In the hands of some proper persons for collection. Pay up and save the cost. Our motto la cash up or no sale, as the credit system is ruinous. W. H. STILLMAN. St. Paul, October 11, 1852. Piano-Fortes. "\l|7E have two of Stodart's celebrated VV Piano-Fortes for sale, to which we invite the at tention of those In want of a superior instrument. Terms LeDIC it ROHRER. Id. Blum’s IV. York Bazaar, At the Daguerrean Building, /"CORNER of Third and Cedar Streets, St. Paul, Minnesota Territory. This Is the most complete assortment of Ladles* Fancy Dry Good* ever brought to Minnesota. The stock Is direct from New York, was purchased at cash prices, an«l will be sold at the cheapest rates. It comprises Velvet Cloaks Cloth Cloaks, Silks— black and colored Broshe long and sq shawls Long shawls—all prices Trimmings—all descriptions Embroidery —all kinds Collars, all prices Hosiery, every variety Gloves, kid and cashmere Delaines Yankee notions Real French Perfumery. Ladies, please call and examine for yourselves. stf Warning Notice! Town of HASTINGS, otherwise called Oliver's Grove. YT/HEREAS, ALEXIS BAILLY, sen- VV lor, of Wabashaw village, baa Just caused to be surveyed into Totrn Lott , a piece of land on the west side of the Mississippi river, near the month of tbe Ver million River, at or near tbe important point heretofore called Oliver’s Grove —now H astings* This is therefore to Warn all Persons from pur chasing ot contracting to purchase, any of said lots, on such piece of land, (that is to say, on the piece Immedi ately below the claim of Henry G. Bailly.) as the said piece of land and lots are in part owned by EDWARD F. PARKER, In pursuance of an Instrument of writing signed by the said Alexis Badly, senior, as well as by res idence. Persona purchasing any lots from Alexis Ballly, senior, which may have been surveyed on the tract of land re ferred to, will do so at their peril, he having no right In law or equity, to dispose of the same to the prejudice of rightful claimants ; and tbe validity of any such sales by him made will be contested in every legal manner. EDWARD F. Parker, THOMAS FOSTER. Easting*, Wabasha Cc«. October 14,15 W. 2-6m3 Dahl Sc Doull, Booksellers and Stationers, Also, Dealers In lists, Cap?, Gloves, Mite, Muffs, etc., Third street, Saint Haul. DAPER HANGINGS —A complete JL assortment of the latest styles, for sale very cheap at the Bookstore of DAUL k, DOULL. Ilf ALL PAPER—Ladies and Gentle- V V men are invited to call and examine our extensive variety of the above-named article. DAUL fc DOULL. MUFFS —Lynx muffs for adults, also, Children’s muffs In large quantities. As this la the season of the year when these articles will begin to be needed, we most conFUlently recommend our articles for inspection of the public. DAHL & DOULL. U ATS—We have on hand the latest A A stylet of Fur and Wool halt. DAHL k DOULL. TZOSSUTH HATS—AIso, Excelsior, -*•*- and other kinds at the store of DAHL & DOULL ROYS’ HATS AND CAPS—An ex- LJ tensive assortment—send along your children to try them on at the store of DAIIL &. DOULL OLOVES AND MITTS Buckskin V-J Gloves and M its, also Fur Gloves—Just the thing for the cold weather that is coming-for sale at the store of DAHL & DOUDL TTMBRELLAS—SiIk and Cotten um v-/ brellas for sale cheap at the store of DAHL &. DOULL Hickory canes—Also, Rattan, and Whalebones, Just the thing to complete a gen man’s outfit, for sale at the store of DAHL & DOULL jpLOUR AS IS FLOUR.—A lot of “ Extra War Eagle,” manufactured from New Win ter Wheat. Also our usual variety of everything else, for ••le by KEY & FARMER. October 9, 1852. Proclaim It! That R. 0. WALKER has received his large and splendid assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS A ND has determined to sell a little A. lower than the lowest, and cheaper than the cheap est. St**p in and examine for youreHf. No trouble and no charges made tor showing the cheapest goods in the market. 60 dozen shirts, 50 different kinds. 12 do drawers, 8 do do 60 do Cillars,lo do do 100 do Socks, 15 do do 25 do Silk and Satin Cravats, 3) different kinds, 55 do Gloves anti Gaunt.eis, 35 do do Buttons, Coat Binding and Tailor’s Trimming. Mending, sewing and Knitting cotton. Puck,-t Cutlery, Port-M,imalcs, Pocket Books an Purse. ta>hniere shawls, Coinforis, Canes, Umbrellas, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, and every thine in niv line at R o. WALKER’S Cheap Cash Store. To Those who wish to Buy Cheap Fall and Winter Goods, WALK in and see for yourself at the St. Paul Hat anil Cap Store of R. O. WALKER. Latest styles of Fall and Winter Fur silk Hats. Kossuth Shaped , Of Otter, seal, Muskrat, Beaver, Brush, Cassimere and Wool. Every variety of Caps, silk Velvet, and velvet Plush, Russ, Otter. Rocky Mountain, Cloth anil Oil silk; Reaver, Woo! and Cloth Caps and Hals for boys and children. S.B. All lUts purchased at Ids establishment Ironed free of charge. 2-4tS Joseph Wakefield, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, TV ILL attend punctually and faithfully » * to all business that may be intrusted to Ids pro fessional care. Particular attention paid to Convevan ing. Offlce on Third st., over L. B. Wait & CVs store, Saint Paul Minnesota. 2-4 y TARAFTS drawn by Globe Bank of U Providence on Bank of Commerce, New York, In sunn of SIOO, S2OO, S3OO, and SSOO, for sale cheap. Call at the office of J. WAKEFIELD, Third st. MONEY to Loan on Bond and Mort gage, by J. WAKEFIELD, 4tf Oflice on Third street. BEN. W. BRUNSON, Grocer & Provision Dealer, ( 'ORNER Roberts and Fifth Street, K*eps on hand Prunes and other Fruits ; Queens ware, Fancy Articlest all kinds or Thread, Knives and Forks, Brushes, L>oking Glasses, Window Glass, Nalls, Tobacco, Cigars, ike., in short, every thing needed for housekeepers and Families. Prices reasonable, and stock such as will please all customers. Hams and shoulders—a first r.te article for sale by BEX. W. BRUNSOX. BUTTER —A good article at Bes. W. llrvksof's. Dakota Lexicon*. 'THE Lexicons have arrived and arede- I- posited at the Bookstore of LE Dl'C k. ROHItER, for distribution to subscribers. Those entitled to copies will please call and take them away. One more Look at THE Settlement. 1 A j Q ACRES Beautiful Land, well watered and heavily timbered, for sale. HENRY M’KENTY. Brephy Settlement, Oct. 2, 1852. 3t2 The Outer Han. (~)LD POLONIUS, Lord Chamberlain, n-' to Claudius, King of Denmark, talked sense, when be thus expp s*c*d himself in advice to his son, Laertes, as he was a»*out t«» leave the paternal roof to finish hla edu cation In France: “ Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy, But not expressed in fancy; n?at but not gaudy ; For the apparel oft proclaims the rran.” Feeling deeply impressed with the opinion that the gents of St. Pau>, old and young, intend, the coming winter, to act upon this wholesome admonition, NEIHAUS & BROTHER Have brought Into the market as fine and fashionable a a stock of seasonable dressing and furnishing goods as could be purchased in the Eastern cities. They respect fully ask that gentlemen will call and examine their ele gant Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, 4tc., before trading elsewhere ; satisfied that In reference to the articles wan ted, their prices, and their fashionable styles of cutting and making up garments, they can suit and ft all custom ers who may offer- They also keep on hand a general as sortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, And every article in the gentlemen’s furnishing line that may be called for. Store and shop on Third, between Minnesota and Cedar streets, opposite Judge Lambert’s office. l-3if NEIIIAUS k BROTHER. Meat on the corner of Third and Jackson streets. At this lo ifc'it-nj in the building formerly occupied by Daniel Hopkins, rfrtwirYVi 3«, n>? | have established a siimm hi MEAT MARKET, where the best and fattest surlolns, steaks, and all other edible parts of the animal, from hoof to horns, 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. I hope to receive a share of St. Paul patronage. 3-3tf H. C. WOLF. SHERIFF’S SALE. Territory of Minnesota, ) County ot Washington, j By virtue of three executions Issued out and under the seal of the District Court of the County of Washington aforesaid, wherein Roswell B. Johnson Is plaintiff and Stephen B. Hanks and Henry McLean are defendants, In favor of said plaintiff ami against the said defendants, I have on this 13th dav of September, A. B. 1852, levied upon the following described real property, to wit. Lot number one (1) In block number twenty-five (25) and cixty-slx (66) feet of the west end of Lot number one (l) In block nnmber 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 book A, pages 156, 157 and 158, and In book 1), pages 9 and 10, together with all tbe build ings situated thereon, and all the appurtenance* thereunto belonging or In onywLe appertaining. And on the sixth day or November, 1852, at the hour of ten o’clock In the forenoon at the office of the Register of Deeds in Stillwater, I shall expose to sale at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash, ail the Interest that the said Stephen B. Hanks had in the above described premises on the I3th day of September, 1852, or has since acquired ; or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to sat isfy said executions and coot. WILLIAM C. PENNEY, „ Sheriff of the county aforesaid. Stillwater, Sept. 13, 1852. 2 sq—Pr. fee, $7,00. 11/I OLASSES.—N. O. and S. H. Mo- IVJL lasses, for sale by REY fc FARMER. OUGARS of every description, of the O best qually and large quantity. Juat received by HIT a FARMER. HAHFOED It BBOTHEK, K. B. THAYER, Manufacturers, X. Y. St. Louts. HANFORD, THAYER A CO., (Successors to Lewis, Thayer It C 0.,) MANUFACTURERS, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF READY-MADE CLOTHING, Clothing, Shirts, Drawers, and Furnishing Goods, No. 190 Main street, Comer of Green , one door below the Virginia House , ST. LOUIS, Mo. UTAVING Received an Immense Sup- Li ply of Fall and Winter Ready-Made Clothing and Furnishing Goods, are now preparing to offef 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 aud Oil Clothing, Carpet Bvgs, Over-Alls, Umbrellas, Trunks, itc.; al«o the best Flannel shirt* and Drawers in the Coun try. Our Minnesota Flannels are made expressly for Lumbermen. We solicit purchasers to call and examine our stock and prices. Orders promptly attended to. No. 190 Main st., Corner store, south of the Virginia Hotel. HANFORD, THAYER &. CO. St. Louis, September 10. 35-y World’s Fair! \\JE HAVE JUST RECEIVED the * v best stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Fancy Articles, Itc., ever brought to the Northwest for retail, which we are selling at less than New York retail prices. Any body that don’t believe this can call and gee for themselves. We are prepared to conviuce them of the fact we here assert, to a positive demonstration. CURRAN It LAWLER. Attention, Company! A T. CHAMBLIN would restpectfully -aX* call the attention of the citizen* of St. Paul aud the vicinity to his large and well selected stock of fresh, New and Seasonable Goods , Which he is now opening on Third street, between Roberts and Jackson, which he will sell at such prices as to defy competition. He would respectfully invite all who are in want of any thing in his line to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as it Is I\’« Trouble to Show Goods. 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 Coat*. COATS. Black French Cloth, Dress and Frock Black and Broadcloth, Dress rack Plain and Fancy Tweed, Business sack Satinet and Blue Blanket Monkey Jackets. PAINTS. Fine Black Doeskin and Cassimere, Plaid, striped and plain do Steeimixed, Fancy and Plain Black -atinets Sheep’s Gray and Corduroy. VESTS. Black, Plain, and Figured satin Black, Plain and Fancy Cassimere Tweed, Cloth and satinet Single and Double Breasted of all kind*. Shirt* and Drawers. Fine White Linen Boson Fancy Calicoes 1 and 2 Check and Hickory Red, Blue, and striped Flannel Frown and Bleached Canton Flannel Brown and 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 Bowie Knives; Portmonies and Money purses; Razor strops; soaps of a’l kinds; Wool Comforts, Cashmere scarfs, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Under Wrappers; Cashmere, Wool and Cotton socks; Trunks Valises, Carpet Bags, and a number of other articles usually kept in furnishing stores. Come One , Come All , -'Tis no Trouble to show Goods, at A. T. (.HAMBLIN'S, 1-1 Third street, between Roberts and Jacksont INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE AND 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. S. C. REED. Squire & Rccd, Eagle Iron and Nail Store, 23 Water st., Between Olive and Pine, St. Louis, Mo., T'tEALERS in Iron, Nails, Hollow Ware, Castings, steel, Iron Axles, Eliptic springs. Fireproof saf*-s, smiths’ Tools, &c., agents for the sale of Hope Cotton Yarn*, and Pittsburgh manufactures gener ally. 61 y 17 LOUR—2OO bbls. extra War Eagle A Flour, for sale by REY A FARMER. CUGAR—2O hhds. sugar—so bbls. O clarillcd—Belchers', by REY A FARMER. TV/TOLASSES—IO bbls., just received IVX and for sale by REY & FARMER. f ' OFFEE—2O sacks Rio Coffee, for sale by REY & FARMER. COAP—SO boxes Palm Soap, just re- O celved by REY A FARMER. OANDLES—SO boxes mould candles, 50 boxes star candles, by REY 4c FARMER. T ARD—S bbls. Prime article, received AJ by KEY A FARMER. HAMS —2,000 lbs. — Prime article, for sale by REY & FARMER. C ALT—2O sacks G. A.—lo do. Dairy, by REY St FARMER. ("MGARS —20,000 Havana Cigars, for VV Sale by KEY St FARMER. And a general assortment of Groceries and Provisions constantly on hand. August 28, 1852. WHITNEY’S GALLERY OF Cor. I'hirdand Cedar sis., St. Paul. r PHIS Gallery was built expressly for -K DagueiTeotypine, and is furnished wlih the VERY BEST of Apparatus. The light Is arranged upon 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 T OCKETS! LOCKETS ! —-Splendid •*-J Gold Lockets at extremely low prices at WHITNEY’S GALLERY. Pocket Editions of Nature. TYAGUERREOTYPE Views of “Min ne-tonka” or St. Anthony Falls, “Minne-ba-ha,*’ or Little F*«lls, Fort Snelling, 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 labor and expense, and for beauty and perfection of execution can not be surpassed. All are respectfully invited to call and examine specimens. August 21, 1852. 49 Good Rooms, SUITABLE for families can be had on accommodating terms, by application at the Minne sota Boarding-House, Engle Street. 46tf 8. C. McCRAY. St. Paul House. f FHIS House, formerly kept by J. W. -L Bus, being the original hotel of St.Pen], «t the corner of Third and Jackson st*., opposite the Minnesota Outttt, I* thoroughly repaired, and remodeled, and with the addi tions now made to It, Is one of the most spacious and con venient hotels tn town. Having taken a lease of It, and lltted It up throughout with new furniture, I Invito the traveling public to call upon me; believing they will find this honae equal to the best, to all respects. The charges will be very moderate. GEORGE WELLS. St. Pa il. July 31, 18V. My R. H. MILLER & CO., (Successor, to N. E. Janney k. C 0.,) Wholesale and Retail Dealers la China, Glass and Earthe aware, No. 34 Main st., bein’n Chesnut snd Pine, St. Louis, Mo. r THE SUBSCRIBERS once more call T the attention of their friends, and all wbo are in want of Good* in their line, to the fact that they are pre pared to receive them on the most liberal and accommo dating terms, and have on hand, and now arriving, a very large and well selected stock of Good*, ordered EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, Comprising the usual varieties, and many other article* not to be met with elsewhere in this city. The long experience of our principal (having been thirty year* an importer or Earthenware,) enables us to offer unusual Inducements as to variety aud quality of stock. Their stock consists in part of C C, blue edged, dipt, painted, printed, white granite, flown, blue and mulberry earthenware , Pure white, enamelled, lustre, blue figured and gold band, English china; White,gold band,and decorated French china; Ail 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 glasses, Japanned tea trays, of our own importation; Britannia coffee and tea pots, castors, pitchers, &c., s great variety of first rate quality; A large and elegant assortment of Cornelius (t Co.’* cele brated solar Lard Lamp, chandeliers, girandoles, Ac., 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 best 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 t> our old customer*, and to our packing and the good condition in which our goods are generally received. 62.n2 R. H. MILLER It CO. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. BY r. E. COLLINS. ONE lot on Main Street, back of the American Hotel; two Lots on Fourth street, near Jackson; two Lots on Roberts street above Sixth; also several good farms. Persons wishing to purchase town property or farmers will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. 7 UST RECEIVED, on Consignment, j Six splendid dreastng Bureaus, with Looking Glaasca Oil lop, for sale cheap; also2o Rood substantial bedsteads, which 1 will sell cheap for cash. F. E. COLLINS. Ware Rooms, Third street. Clothing for the Million! Ready-Made and JUade to Order. The attention of the people of Minnesota in general, and bt. Paul in particular, is respectfully solicited at the AKYV CLOTHING STORK. On Roberts Street, n few doors from Third Street, Saint Paul. YVINNE & COOLEY, having opened * * a new Clothing Establishment fn Si. Paul, would respectlully call the attention of the public to their ex tensive assortment or Dress, Freurh, English, and Ger man Cloths and Cassltneres, as well as rich Vestings, all purchased expressly lor their TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Their style, texture, and finish warrant them In assuming that It Is the largest aud most varied assortment of the before mentioned, newly-imported goods 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, Clore and Shirt Department. In the Clothing Department, they challenge all competition as regards quality, style and low prices. Alav, 1852. 33y piRE & WATER-PROOF PAINT— Sims’ celebrated article for Roors, Fences, Brick, itc. For sale by the Barrel, Keg or pound by 43tf SPENCER, KIRKPATRICK tt MARK LEY. HAMS AND SHOULDERS.-Avery superior article, cured In the best of style, for sale by HEY k FARMER. Notice, all ye Interested! T AND WARRANTS for sale at mar ket prices, and promptly sent by mall to purchasers when the money is sent with the order. Claims of all kinds, collections, ice.. attended to by us, postpaid, directed to LLOYD St CO*. Claim and Genera! Agents, Washington City, D. C- rviSSOLUTION— The Co-partnership U heretofore existing between Cathcart & Tyson, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will oe cunuucieu oy jv. e.. ijson, who is auth*. i ista to settle all debts due by the late Arm, and collect all amounts due the same. A. IL CATHCART, Sept. 16, 1852. N. K. TYSoX. Oat*! Oats!! JQQQ BUSHELS, just received and .or sa.c y ATHCART TTSOK . 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 Is prepared to contract for and e rect stone or Brick buildings, and furnish materials If re quired, on fvir terms, having permanently settled in Saint Paul, he solicits a share or public patronage. Drafts and specifications furnished on reasonable term*. N. B. Orders for work left at the store of H. C. Sand ford, near the Post Office will receive prompt attention. 42/ EDWARD STEWART. Lloyd St Co., pLAIM & GENERAL AGENTS V 7 in all kinds of property—negotiators in Loans for large and small sums. Office, opposite the Treasury, Washington. Claims that hare been abandoned by other agents a* worthless have been successfully prosecuted by the above agents. Advances made on good claims. All communications addressed as above, post paid, will be attended to. Office open from 9A. M., to 6P. M. Land Warrants for sale. 216 NICHOLS’ MAP OF ST. PAUL— NJchols’ new map of St. Paul, embracing all the Additions, for sale at our store. Price SI,OO. LEDUC St ROHRER. YV. H. JARVIS, APOTHECARY AND CHEMIST, TT AS received by recent arrivals a large -LX addition to his previously well selected stock of Drugs. Chemicals, Perfumery, Essential Oils and Patent Medicines, at his drug store, corner Fifth and Jackson. DHYSICIANS will be supplied, also JT dealers In Drugs or Patent Medicines, on as good terms ns they can effect purchases by sending to Galena. I will sell at Galena prices without the addition of trans portation. JARVIS, Druggist. I WILL contract for the construction of some 300 to 500 drawers; also, for new fixtures and counters. Apply to JAVRIS, Fifth st. N. B. Terms cash on the completion of the work. TRISH MOSS, a very superior article, X just received and for sale in the “Multum In Parvo” Drug Store. OONGRESS WATER—another lot has arrived of the genuine. For sale by the bottle ordoxen. JARVIS, Apoth’y. O BBLS. BLUE LICK, fresh from the c£f “ Springs ’’—for eale by the glass or gallon. JARVIS, Druggist. PILLS ! PILLS! PlLLS!!—Wright’s T Indian Vegetable, Brandreth’s, Moffat’*, Graefen burgh, Lee’s, Cook's, Dr. Jayne’s, Dr. Soules’, Parr’s Life, Hooper’s Female, Sugar Coated, and Dr. Davis’ Antlblll lous Pills—lor sale at the Patent Medicine Store, corner sth and Jackson. FRESH TAMARINDS—A very fine A- and delicious article at the Fifth st. DRUG STORE. 'THERMOMETERS— From 230 deg. -4- down to 40 deg. below Zero—for sale by JARVIS. TAR. GREEN’S Oxygenated Bitters are JL/ a never-falling remedy for Dyspepsia—for sale by JARVIS. PEPSIN, the genuine article, 75 cents J- per bottle, for sale by JARVIS, Apothecary. TXTRACT of Bene Plant unequaled J—J by any other medicine for the cure of Dysentery and Diarrhea. MULTUM IN PARVO Drug Store. A YRE’S Cherry Pectoral, Wistar’s il Balsam of Wild Cnerry, Perry Davis’ Pain Killer, and pure Port Wine juice for Invalids; *t the Fifth Street DRUG STORE. T ARVIS’ Anti-Corrosive Steel Pen Ink, •J for sale wholesale and retail at the CHEMICAL LABORATORY, sth St. riOOD Pickles require good Vinegar, VJ Mace, Cloves, Ginger, Allspice, MnsUrd seed, black pepper and alum; all which can be purchased low at the Family Medicine store, cor. Fifth and Jackson. black or green and mixed, the JL choicest lot ever brought to Minnesota from mixed at 46 eta per lb., to the very best Imperial at 90 cts per lb. For sale at JARVIS' Drug store. PLASTERS —Poor man’*, Jew David’* l Bstleaw’s, Dailey’s pain Extractor, Cauthardlne Tit sue, Conklin’s Salve, Corn plasur; all being superior ar ticles. For sale at the patent medicine store, corner of Fifth and Jackson. JARVIS. QODA and Butler Crackers, just rc- O reived by REY A FARMER. NEW STORE. The St. Pasl Hal, Cap aad GeaUemea * Far aiahiai Stare. f PHE subscriber respectfully offers to -a the Gentlemen of St. Paul, hU new stock of Goods, and will endeavor to keep a full assortment of articles for (Gentlemen’s use and wear, such as— Silk Hits, Shirts Gloves, Beaver do Collars Shavlnx, Tooth and Children do Drawers, Hair Brushes, t'-ssuth do Hosery, Combs, Magyar do Cravats, Hair oils* AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STRAW GOODS, SCARFS, COLOGNE, HANDKERCHIEFS, COAT LINKS, Oil cloth and Cloth Caps, Suspenders, Soap, kc. Buttons and Tailors Trimmings, Ladies sewing birds, a useful ar ticle; Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas* fixe. R. O. WALKER, Comer Third and Wabashaw at. W. js. y George L. Hanks, Cincinnati, Ohio, HAS for many years been extensively engaged in the manufacture of BELLS* and by careful observation and study of the principles involved in their construction, he has been eminently successful In producing on article of Superior Form, Tone and Finish. The Quality, combination, and proportion of metals, together with the degree of heat requisite to produce a compound the nv>st sonorous, possessing, 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 Experiment*: Bells cast by him, are unsurpassed in their Symmetrical Figure, and Beauty of Pr oportion, and for Melody, Strength and Brilliancy of Tone, are universally admired. Mr. Hanks is prepared to supply Churches, Colleges, Academies, Public Buildings, Steam boats, &c., with his superior Bells, at a short notice, hav ing at all times an assortment on hand. Church Chimes or Peals, and Musical Hand B lls. to any number on the Chromatic Scale nude to order. Bells sold by Mr. n. sre furnished with Vokee, Wheels and Springs, of the latent and most approved Plan, and the whole warranted In every particular. Those wishing further information will please address GEORGE L. IIAXKS, Cincinnati, Ohio. N. B.—The Great Bell, “St. Peters,” and the Chline of Eleven Bells, at St. Peter’s Cathedral, Cincinnati, were cast at this Foundry. July 3 Bm. PXTRA WAR EAGLE FLOUR.— A large consignment Just received, and for sale ch * a P« RET & FARMER. HOIK, HIM!. tIU HANDBILL AND General Job Printing. THE Proprietors of the Minnesotian *■ Office, have recently made extensive additions to their stock of Book and Job Prlntlnjt material. Tbclr assortment now embraces all the iif! m mm 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. Both of us being PRACTICAL PRINTERS, We superintend all work entrusted to the Minnesotian Office ourselves, and allow nothing to leave our hands unless it be executed in a WORKMANLIKE MANNER. "'e 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 2,. OWENS & MOORE. L. B. Wait St Co., Wholesale and Retail Gracers and Commission Merchants, HAVE opened at the store lately oc cupied by C. F. Tracy, on Third street, a itencral 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 MILBUKN, St. Paul, June 21, ’62—40? L. B. WAIT. Ch'a W. Borap. Ch>» H. Oakes. BORIP Sic OAKES, WAVING formed a Co-Partnership J.X for transacting an Exchange and Banking Business *? ?“ " ,n u '- »u lurmsn sight and time exchange on the East, and principal cities of the West- Remittances to Great Britain, Ireland and Continent of Europe made in sums to suit purchasers. Sight and home bills and European Exchanges pur chased. Collections made and proceeds remitted at usual rates of Exchange. All other business committed to our care punctually attended to. „ „ . BORUP & OAKES. St. Paul, Minnesota Territory, June 26, 1852. Office at the Minnesota Outfit building. 40?. * R. M’LAGAy, Storage, Forwarding Sc Commission Merchant, Dealer In Grain of all kinds. Fruit Trees, Stc., Main sL, near the Bradley House, Galena, 111. Refer to B. 11. Campbell St Co., Galena; W. L. Ewing St Co., St. Louis. 40? W. Q. LEDUC. D. ROItRER. LEDUC 6c ROHRER, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, [Comer of Bench and Wabashaw* streets, St. Paul, M. T.] TUST opened at the corner of Bench and Wabashaw 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. Loosing’® Field Book of the Revolution. Forest Life and Forest Trees—being camp life among the Loggers. Pencillings by the Way, by Willis. Outre-Mcr, by Longfellow. And many other works which we cannot enumerate In an advertisement. Call and examine them. June 24. LEDUC St ROHRER. Just in Time. WE have opened, for sale, some superb ' ' engravings of Gen’l Winfield Scott. Also, his Life and Service., by E. D. Mansfield. Call before they are all told. LEDUC 3c ROIIRKK. U ISTORY~OF CONGRESS—Com -K A- prising Memoirs of the most Prominent members, with numerous steel portraits aud fac-similc autographs. June 24. Le DUG 4c RQHRKR. WALL PAPER—A large stock of Wall paper, Curtains, shades and Fire Board Prints, now opened and for sale by June 24. Le DUC k ROHRER. TO - SPORTSMEN A superiorly -A- of Fishing Tackle, for sale by June 24. Le DUC k ROHRER. ]Y/f ISCELLANIOUS. Scrap Book*, i-V-L Herbariums, Albums, Papier Mache Card Baskets, Card Cases and Work Boxes, Newspaper Files, Patent Air Tight Inks—Post Office boxes, Calenders, fee., fee. LE DUC k ROHRER. (TIOLD PENS—Just Received, a supe- V-A rior lot of Gold Pens—some new styles. Le DUC fc ROHRER. HOUSE Trimmings, Locks, Bolts, Latches, Butt* and Screws, at F. 3. NEWELL’S. p ANE FISHING POLES—Just rec’d 8 doz cane Ashing poles, at the Book Store of may 22. LE DUC fc ROHRER. F. E. Collins, Aucti.n ud Commissi.. Merchant, Saint Paul, Minnesota Territory, In the three etory Brick store, Third St., opposite W. U. Forbes’ OntdL LJAVING received a regular License XI from the Town Board, which 7 have paid far, I am prepared to sell real estate or other property, at Public Auction at all time* and places. Saint Paul, July >1,1852. F. E. COLLINS. Shellers in Store and for sale by V F. S. NEWELL. PORTABLE Fire Engines of all sizes for sale by F. S. NEWELL* p ARPENTER’S Tools, Planes, Chis \J sets, Bit*, Flies, Ac., at F. S- NEWELL’S. Farming implements,shovel*, Spades, Hoes, Rakes, Forks, Cradles and Plows In store and for sale by F* S. NEWELL* TTARDWARE—Cross Cut and Mill IJL Saws, Axes, all kinds, Hammers all kinds, Ac. For sale by F. 8. NEWELL. 17'AMILY Grindstones, Oil stones, &c. r for sale at F. B. NEWELL’3. Xf ITCHEN WARE— knives and forks, IV Waffle Irons, Ladles, Baiting Spoons, Chopping Knives, Tea Bells, Sieves, Shears, Sadiron, Braes Kettles, Pie Plate*, ke*> for tale at F S. NEWELL’S* Sommer Arrangement! 18 5 3. QT. PAUL and St. Anthony Falls. three Dally Stage., icmTlng each place at 7 .'clack A. If., 11 M. and 4 P. M. COACHES AND TEAMS Will be at the landing, on the arrival of Ste.mbo.ta at Saint Pan). Alan, a DMly Line *f Stage, between Saint Paul and Stillwater. 53” An extensive Livery Stable at the conker of Fourth and Roberta streets. Particular attention given to the accommodation of Pleasure Parti", upon liberal terms. *»-tr a iLLoi-GHBV fc powers. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. Cathcart St Tyson, WAVE leased the new store on the AA. comer of Robert, and Fourth .treats, where they tuna * fresh stick of Groceries, Provisions and Feed; which they offer at wholesale and rvtail to the citizens of Saint Paul and the aurroundinx country, at as low prices as they can b* purchased west of Su Louis. Their stock consists In part as follows: Crashed and Powdered Snzars, Java, Rio It Laculra Coffae N O and Clarified do Tn. lmperlaldlul,powder! Tobacco and Segars, and Black Teas (choice brands) Rice, Raisin, and Currants Pepper, Spices, Kutmegs Cloves, assorted pickles Pepper sauce, Catchups Powder and shot, Chocolate *' R Ch' eae, Starch, Citron Mustard,Figs,Kxtof Icrn .n Rose and Vanilla M’ld.star and sp’rn Candles Palm and Variegated Soap Mackerel,Codfish, Herrings Shaving do P„rk, Tlams and shoulders Fresh Butter and Kggs Batter and soda Crackers Molasses and Golden syrup Linseed and Lard Oil Cider, Vinegar Oats, Corn aud shorts; Corn Meal and Flour, choicest brands, also other articles usually kept In a Family Grocery store, too nnmeruua too mention, which tliev will s”l! for Cash exclusively at small profits. Purchasers wtll please call and examine for themselves. A. IT. CATHCART, St. Paul, June, ISB2 (38y) X. E. TYSOX. IUST RECEIVED—2OO bushels fresh Ground Com Meal, and for fale cheap by June »0 CATHCART St TYSON. FAIR PLAY! “Competition is the Life of Trade.’* P ATTISON & BENSON S new Coach e* have arrived, and arc now upon the road between St. Paul and St. Anthony, ready to accommodate the pub lic on all occasions. They hove also received in addition to their former large and excellent Livery stock, several new and elegant Carriages and Barouches; also new Har nesses and Horse Furnishing?, aud equipage of the most elegant description. ALSO—an additional stock of Fine Blooded, well broken Horses. Query. “spirited” horses come In under the km Liquor Law, will they be In danger of be- Bf*ng knocked on the’ h«»i? Our entire rrifTr J rTlhr'V Doy stock will costover $4,000. Nootber stable in the West, out of Saint Louis will be found as complete as ours. Will onr friends and the public rememlxr, that at the Livery Stable in the rear of the American House, at the npper end of Saint Paul, they can at all hours, have such conveyance by land, on wheels or on horseback, as they may desire. PATTI SON St lIKNSON. St. Paul, June 10, 1652. (38y) DISSOLUTION. 'THE Co-Partnership heretofore exist -R- Ing between F. E. Collins and C. P. V. Lull In the Auction and General Land Agency business, is hereby dis solved by mutual consent. F. E. COLLINS* June, 3,1852. C. P. V. LULL. F. E. Collins will continue the Auction, Commission and General Land Agency business at the large brick building on Third gt., below Jackson. 'C'URNITURE—just received a splen- J- did lot of Furniture from Cincinnati which I will sell at Saint Louis prices. Call at the rooms of F. E. COLLINS, Third st., below Jackson. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! (Just received per Excelsior.) WS. COMBS, near the American • House, has Just received a large and varied collect! >n of new books, Just from the press, to which he Invites the attention of all the reading community. They ARE OFFERED AT EASTERN PRICES. Terms cash. Come and examine—no trouble to show goods at the “Franklin Bookstore.” Tt g The Minnesota Remedy FOB Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Sec., Bfc. “PESIGUAGOMIK” OR ' “Indian Compound Astringent and Tonic.” 'T'HE materials of this medicine are en- JL tlrely vegetable, Indigenous to Minnesota, and well known to the Indians bv whom they have been used from time immemorial, with invariable success. The Proprietor can confidently recommend this medicine to the public, as a CERTAIN, SAFE, and PLEASANT cure for Cholera Morbus. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and all diseases of the Bowels. It affords almost Instantane ous relief In cases of griping* or cramps, and ordinarily effects a complete cure in six or eight hours. To Boatmen, Roilmen, Lumbermen, and all per sons traveling on the river, this medicine is Invaluable. Our citizens going below, during the summer months should not fall to provide themselves with It. The “Pesigusigomik” must of course derive Its repu tation from the testimonials of those who have made trial of It. 53" Please read carefully the annexed certificates. Prepared by E. F. ELY, St. Paul, And for sale at the Bookstore of LEDUC St ROHRER, and at W. 11. FORBES* Minnesota Store, St. Paul. Also, at the Minnesota Bookstore, St. Anthony, and Churchill St Nelson, Stillwater. Also, at the Drug Store of Ulchcox St Axtell, St. Paul. JU/* Price Fifty Cents per Bottlc.«££ CERTIFICATES. I have used the “Pesiguagomik” re poatedly In my family and can recommend it as the Safest as well as most efficacious medicine in all derangements of the Bowels, I have ever known. Il has, to my know ledge, saved several valuable lives In most obstinate cases of Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, kc. 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 I have ever used. In one In stance, two doses curb'd an obstinate case of Cholera Mor bus. Not a single Individual should be without this valu able medicine, particularly In a a country where the Diar rhoea and summer complaint arc prevalent. CHA’S U. OAKES. Having used this preparation in my family, I mu*t cheerfully Join Mr. Oak. to the above cer tlßcsic of Us virtues. St. P.ul, May 24, 1862. ALEX. RAMSEY. I take pleasure in being able to state that 1 have used In my family, Mr. Ely’s Compound As tringent and Tonic, In cases of Diarrhoea, with much suc cess; and especially last summer in a case of summer complaint In an Infant of mine some nine months old, and cheerfully recommend Its use to the public. St. Paul, May, 24, 1752. WM. HENRY FORBES. I have used the Indian Compound As tringent snd Tonic, myself, and to my family, and found it effective, especially In esses of children teething, and consider It an active and safe remedy for all Bowel Com plaints. A. R. FRENCH. St- Paul, Angn.it 1,1861. I have used the Indian Compound As trlngcnt and Tonic, prepared by Mr. Edmund F. Ely, and found immediate relief; and can cheerfully recommend It as a speedy and sure cure lor diseases of tbe bowels. St. Paul, May 24, 1852. H. F. MASTER SOX. I certify that I have used the Indian Tonic, called “Pestgoafomlk,” and recommend the same ss an excellent astringent, pleasant to Its taste, and certain to Its cure. J. J. NO J H. August, 1861. 36ni6 a • All orders for the above Medicine should be ad dressed to E. F. Ely, St. Paul, Minnesota. Real Estate. I offer property situated to the town of —. yeOi St. Paul aud IU Immediate vicinity, for M IJK sale extrem-ly low for cash. The terms are such as do not often present themselves to the capitalist or man of moderate means, io Invest mon ey In a prosperous and rapidly growing town and Its vicin ity. Among various property 1 have to dispose of are the following, vis: A dwelling house and several lot*of land to a central part of St. Paul, with abundant supply of ex cellent water; also,*small house adjoining, with this property will be sold about ton seres of land covered with a Urge and thrifty growth of wood—a great object now that the Sioux land cannot, at leaat, at present, supply us with fuel until In market. I have also for sale a nnmber of Hr. acre lota with growing timber, situated on and to the Immediate vicinity of public roads and not over a mile from St Paul. The above property will be sold on such low terms for cash, that the purchaser can Immediately tell again at an advance. Per salt on time—price* will be proporttonably higher. Apply to HENRY A. LAMBERT, Third street, corner of Cedar, 43tf Or to B. F. HOYT, BL PaaL 2Pvfin FRUIT TREES—Grafted, ,L/" ID Choice Varieties, (peach and apple) now growing to my nursery and tor sale. GEO. W. FARRINGTON. WANTED— 1800 cords of wood for the Empire Foundry. Enquire at F- S. NEWELL’S. ANNALS OF THE Minnesota Historical Society FOR 183*. A FEW copie* of this interesting An ®orr' »»"« ‘be discovery and K y h, “‘ K 1 ?Vr U " n< 7°T •* Itosta<s^s - . OWBJfS A MOORK, r obi When, DOAN, KIND & to., \ Wholesale Dry-Goods Dealers, 133 AND 125 MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS. ARE constantly receiving new and de sirable styles of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS whir* are offered at a very small advance for Casb, or to Mer chants who pay their note* when due. Country Merchants will find a deckled advantage by an examination of the lar gest stock of goods west of the mountain*. DOAN, KING St CO. St. Louis, May 22. %s.y C. B* XELLUM. M. B. MASSON* JK. KELLUM St MASS ON, LARD OIL AND CANDLE MANUFACTURERS, —ALSO— Produce and Commission Merchants, No. 21 South Levee * Cf. Louis. REFERENCES I R. M. Ryland fit Co., 1 F. B. Chamberlain, > St. Louis. R. M. Withers* ) St- laouis, May 22. 14.* Indian Provisions. CEALLD PROPOSALS will be re ceived at the office of the Indian Agent at St. Peter's, for the delivery at Traverse d<-s bloux, before the close of navigation, the following provisions for the use of the In dians, 10 wit: 500 bbls Superfine Flour. 1500 »ka (average two bushels) sound Shelled Corn. 2500 ibs good HI fie Powder, in kegs. 100 pigs of Lead, of 70 Ibj each. 20 sacks or Salt. Provisions to be inspected at St. Peter’s at the expense of the contractor—a small proportion of the provisions and ammunition will b«* left at Utile Rapids ou the Minnesota river, to be hereafter designated. The Bids will be opened on Saturday the 2U day of Octo ber, and the contract awarded to the low est responslbio bidder. The Agent reserve* the right of rejecting all bid* If derra**d extravagant. Address, IndUn Agent, Fort SncllJng, M. T., “Proposals for ludlan Provisions.” NATHANIEL Me LEAN, Iml. Agent. St. Petek’s Agency, I .Sept. 9th, 1852. $ fiCt3 *#* Pioneer, Democrat aud Express, please cepv. 11. n. bird, Cincinnati.] (.r. n. Armstrong. St. Loots, BIRD St ARMSTRONG, WHOLESALE CANE AND WOOD-SEAT CHAIR MAN- UFACTURERS, South-Weal Corner Vine aud Second at*., St. Louis, Mo. WHOLESALE anti retail dealers in Chairs arc respectfully Informed that we will con stantly keep on hand a large and general assortment** of Chairs of our own manufacture, consisting of Wtl-Ul nut. Mahogany. Cherry and Maple cane-seats of ev ery description: Wood-seal Elbow, large and small* a * Office, Boston and Ban. Arm Rockers, Polka, French, Bus tle, Jenny Lind, BanuUtcr, Scrolls, Mock Scrools, Scollop*, Slats, Children’s, Ate., which we will sell to the trade on the most liberal terms, and warrant them to be unsurpaa sed in beauty of style or finish. Having large manufactu ring facilities, we can offer inducements that will insure general satisfaction; and hope, through a strict aud 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, In order that they may Judge for themselves. BIRD St ARMSTRONG. SL Louis, May 22. 35-y ALONZO CHILD, ELuN O. PRATT, ORANGE W. PRATT. CHILD, PRATT 6c CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign mud Domestic Hardware aud Cutlery, 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 a»- assortment, making our stock unusually large, which we offer u> purchasers at lowest prices, and on beet terms—amoug which may be found a complete assortment of— Axes— Simmon*’, Collins’. Hunt’s and others. Scythes—Waldron’s grass, grain, hemp and bush, as sorted. Scythe Snathes— Assorted, all prices, qualities and kinds. Scythe Stones and Rifles—Assorted, all prices, qualities and kinds. , Forks—Hay and manure, 2,3, 4 and 6 pronged, aat’d. Chains—Bright ox and log, 8-8, 7 1-6,1-2and6-Blnch, | assorted. | Chains—Bright trace assorted; coll, breast and halter, assorted. > Collars—Horse and mule* assorted, (hog and kip skins.) Dames—Hors® and mule, steam bent and riveted. Hoes—Carolina, planters’, eyed and haudlod, asa’d. Rakes—Hay and garden, Iron aud wood, ass’d. Knives—Table knives and forks, all patterns and qual ities. Knives—Tabic knives and ftjrks, all patterns and qual ities. Razors—Wade St Butcher’*, Crooks, and other.-, ass’d. Shears and Scissors—Butcher’s, Lux’s, great vari ety of patterns. I'Ocm—Mineral knob, assorted; door, newest patterns and styles. Locks—Pad, chest, trunk, till, plate, assorted. Latches—Knob, thumb and others, all kinds, ass'J. Butts—Greenwood, narrow, broad and Congress, as#*d. Butts—Wrought, narrow, broad and Congress, Screws—l-4 to 4 inch wood, New England taper. Bells—Ox, hors**, cow, hand and sleigh, ass’d. Brushes—White-wash, shoe, scrubbing and horse* as sorted. Chisels—Framing, socket* firmer, mortice, ass’d. Curry Combs—American, new patterns, a**M. Cocks—Cock stops, ass’d; brass do ass’d. Files—Butcher’s celebrated mill, flat bastard. Files—Round, half round, square flat and all kind* ass’d. Guns—Double and single barrel, shot and duck, ass’d. Rifles and Pistols—Revolvers, cast steel barrel, ab sorb’d. Gun Barrels—Assorted; gun trimmings and findings* assorted. Hatchets—Shingling, lath, bench and claw, ass’d. Hinges—Hooks and hinges, htrap and T,as«’d. KETTLES—Brass, tea, preserving, glue, ass’d. mills—Coffee, Parkei’s, Adorn*’ and others, ass’d. Mattocks and Picks—Clay and coal, om’U. Nails—Wrought, 6 to 12d; horse, 6 to 12U, afe’d. Planes—Bench and moulding, ass’d, oil kinds, sut*- rlor qualities. Pans—Fry, ass’d; sauce and preserving, oss’d. SHOVELS—Ames’, Rowland’s and others; garden,min ing and post. Tacks and Brads—Assorted, all sizes and kinds. Augurs— Bright, latent concave, convex and cast steel. With a large ashortwent of carpenter*’ and blacksmith’s tools, 0/ newest pattern* aud best qualities. House and Building Hardware—a large assortment. Also, proprietors of St. Louis Raw and Scale Factory* where we arc now manufacturing largely of, Saws—Extra ca»t steel mill, circular, cross-cut, hand panel, bow, wood and pit saws, of variou* qualities "»>d * f any kind wanted. Also, Scales—Viz: platform, 300 lbs to 4.000 lbs; counter, hay, flour, packing, coal aud car, of all kinds aud descrip tions. Scales and Saws repaired and made to order. We are better prepared to serve our customers and pur chaser* generally than ever before. Our terms are as fa vorable and prices as low as the lowest. CHILD, PRATT 4c CO., 147 Main street. St. Louis, May 22, 1862. 36-2 in JOS. M. snows, Tiros, il. THATCH, joji. <j. hast, BROWN THATCH fc HART, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK FINE CLOTHING AND GENTLE MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, No. 163 Main Street, West side, bet. Washington Avenue and Virginia Hotel. St. LOUIS, Mo. WE ARE NOW OPENING, Dl rect from the East,. large and superior asaortment of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, for Gentlemen’, wear, consisting chiefly of the nner and better grades, selected from the best Importing and Commission House, aud made up In a superior manner, expressly fur tbla 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 Shirts, Cravats, Gloves, Ac., Ac., which will be sold to the trade at New York wholesale prices. We respectfully Solicit a call. 31. Louis, May 16, 1862. M-Iy NORTH-WESTERN BOOK STORE. laaeph N. Wag gamer, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Ko. S 3 Main Street, four e/ory Brick Corner, Galena, 111. X 3“ Agency for the sale of superior Printing Paper._A~S Galena, May 22. 36-y F. 8. NEWEL, YU HOLES ALE & RETAIL dealer in » v Cook, Parlor, Box Stove* of all kinds. f PHE CHARTER OAK, four sizes' I patented 1868; It has a very large oven, bakes per fectly and to a charm. For eale by F. S. NBWzLL. T EFFEL’S Double Oven, the neatest AJ of the Cincinnati castings with extra oval caat iron boilers, can be eeen at F. S. NEWELL’S. T'HE Queen of the Forest, an elevated X oven stove pleasing to an who uae It bv the sal's factory manner work h dene and the res* attending It, In etore and for sal. by p. «. NEWKLL.