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On the 19th inst.. by the Right Rev. Blzhnp Cretin, p j. vtilliaM Dahl,.to Miss C. ilißplit, all if this place. On the 10th instant, by L. Bostwlck, Esq., Mr. Dan iel STANCiiriELD, to Miss Dorcas Berry, all of St. Anthony. By the same, on Sunday the 3*l Inst., Mr. J. Q. A. Nick- EiuoN to Juli a A. Fakniiam, all of St. Anthony. DIED, In thi» place, of Consumption, on Saturday. the 16th in?-t., AGNES, wife of Him. Wm* 11. Forbes, and daughter of Alexander FarriLault, aged ‘23 years. It is seldom that we are called upon lo mourn the loss of one who has filled a space in the affections of so largo a circle of friends as the subject of this notice. Gincd with a high order of In tellect, cultivated by education, of a sweet and engaging disposition, she was eminently calculated to adorn ail the relation* or life, and t-p dally thorn of wife and nuHlicr. A sincere and InuuMe follower of the Catholic! alt!,, she *xeinpllfled the excellence of the Christian characttrln her dally walk and i-omersatloii. Amid the Intense and protracted suffering attendant upon the disease which preyed upon her, s!„ was ever calm, cheerful, aud restMj ed to the will of her Heavenly bather. The unspeakable consolation remains to her friends, that the change was a most happy one, which has transferred her fr- iu a state of bodily anguish to the bosom of her Redeemer. Without »uch a blessed assurance, what balm could be administered to the lacerated feelings of a devoted husband, of doting parents, of brothers and sisters, and of a large circle of kind aud sympathising friends. Two little children have been left behind to accomplish their earthly pilgrimage, without the guidance and fostering care of a tender and loving mother ; hut we know that “God tempers the w ind to the shorn lamb.” We may w**ll cherish the belief that the anßel spirit of that toother will be permitted to shad ow over them and to conduct their youthful footsteps In the way that leadeth unto life. u Ah, yea, the loving spirit Hath winged its flight away,” Only to return that it may fulfil Its mission of love.— Democrat. At the residence of her father in St, Paul, on .Saturday the 23d inst., Hannah Maria Pierson, aged 14 years. «« Mother, now thy task Is done, Sow thy vigil’s ended; With the coining of the sun Grief and woe are blend*d, It Is hard to gather up Ties so rudely riven, May thou find this bitter cup For thy weal was given.” Attention All! AND Tt> SMOKKIIS ESPECIALLY. JUST RECEIVED a very large stock of the best brands, among which are the following: 1,000 El Sol Regalia I.OUO Union Regalia Cigars, m Fixed Star * “ Invocation “ “ « Progrania u w Con«iuista *• “ « l a (iota M llian, 3.000 Star Principe m Flora, “ Small ltegalia “ Also, Caddy’s Tin Foil Tobacco, Yellow Back. Call and examine, for sale at w holesale and retail, cheap for cash, by COMBS, s_tf Nearly opposite the American House. FOR RENT.—The Blacksmith shop recently occupied by Messrs. Br<>"k & Arthur, sit uate on St. Anthony street, above Fort street. This sh“P la provided with two forg<-s, an l will be rented cheap. Apply to Lieut. Simpson. St. Paul, Oct. 23, 1852—6-3 t mortgage Sale.- TYEFAULT having been made in the _1 J condlllims of a certain mortpigc bearlnu date the .Ixteenlh day of October In the year of onr I*>rd one thuiiaand eight hundred and tlfty-ouo, ma'le and exe cuted bv John 11. ltr. water, of the county of Washington, and Territory of Minnesota, party o( the lirst lwrt, to Dan iel MeLane (Meflane) ~f the Falls of St. Croix, Wis consin, of the bco .ii I part; and which mortgage was duly acknowledged aud recorded in the office or the Register of Decals for the county of Washington aforesaid, on the 16th day or October, A. !>., IsSl, at 8 o’clock, I>. M., in book A of mortgages on pages 151 ami 15*2. Tint said mort gage was given to secure the payment of four hundred amt forty-eight and 72-100 dollars with Interest thereon, oil or before the 16th day of October, A. I>. 1852, according to the conditions of a certain promissory note in writing bear ing even date with tie* said mortgage; and that the sum of four hundred aud clghty-two ami 22-100 dollars is now claimed to be due upon the said mortgage at the ilatc of this notice. The premises mortgaged to secure the said debt are de scribed In the aforesaid mortgage as follows, to wit: led number two (2) in block numb r twenty-eight (28) of said town of Stillwater as tie- same was surveyed and plotted by Harvey Wilson, K-|. Now therefore, no suit or proceeding having been institu ted at law to recover the debt now remaining secur'd by sold mortgage or any part thereof," notice l< hereby given that pursuant to and by virtue of a power < f sale con tained therein, said niortgucis! premises will be sold at public auction at the office of the Register of Deeds In and for said county of Washington on Saturday the ftli day of December next, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of that day, by William C. Penney, sheriff of said comity of Washing ton. Stillwater, Oct. 20th. 1*37. DVXIEI. McT.AN'E, .Mortgagee. Theo. E. Parker, Ati’y. MCffS SAUfIASIiEB SAFES, Wilder’s Patent. A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Safes .cA of various sizes and patterns, with and without pow der Rroof locks, for sab* at the Depot, 116 Water street, N Burglar-proof Ikink Vaults and Vault Doors made to order. STEARNS & MARVIN', (Jjilt Hop'- Sltarnt 4‘ Co., successors lo Rich ir Co.) 146 Water st., and .-orntr Avenue A an*! St. Mark’s Place, X. Y ., Sole Proprietors **f Rich’s Patent, and the »*tily maker* «*f Salamander Safes combining Wilder’s am! Rich’s Patent. . . u . n . WM. CONSTANS, Agent, St. Paul. October 23, 1858—ttf Mauri from Under! BUEL’S MAMMOTH STOCK OF COMPRISING all the different styles U that may l.c fuunU in an Easterni market. ci _ And be it TemendH.-re-d that we hav «• the best rp. jLIiJ fine and thick double sole water-proof custom AA | fklj hoots tiiat can Is- nnule, and Monterey, kus- f •nth and Congress Galtors, and for beauty ami style eau notbebeaten: But amidst all, the greatest care aiM at tirnthm h;ts been given to the Ltulies. These G.k>U wil! he sub! at wholesale or retail (or a small protit. St. Paul, October 14, 1852. JJ* J - ** ***- Piano-Fortes. WE have two of Stodart’s celebrated Piano-Fortes for sale, to which wc Invite the at tentton of those In want o( a LTblunriTl ork Bazaar, At the Daguerre an Building, CORNER of Third and Cedar Streets, st. Paul, Minnesota Territory. This is the most complete assortment of lAdi^ Dry Goods ever brought t** Minnesota. The stock b direct from New York, was purcliase«l at cash prices, and will be sold at the cheapest rates. It comprises Velvet Cloaks, Cloth Cloaks, Silks —black and colored Broshe long ami sq shawls Jjong 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! Toiro of HASTINGS, otherwise called Oliver's Grove. WHEREAS, ALEXIS BAlLLY,sen ior, of Walnuffiaw village, has Jusl earned t„ be surveyed Into Town Lois, a piece of land on the west side of the Mississippi river, near the mouth of the Ver million River, at or near the important point heretofore called Oliver's (Jrove—now H astings. This is therefore to Warn all Persons from pur chasing or contracting to purchase, any of said lots, on such Piece of laud, (that Is to sav, on the piece muoedi ately below the claim of Henry Bailly,) as the said piece of land au l lots are in part owned hy him ahii f. PARKER, In pursnanc ■ of an instrument of writing eigned by the said Alexis Bailly, senior, a* ros * Idcnec. persons purchasin'.' any lot* from Alcxl* Bailly. senior, which may have been surveyed on th • tract «>f land re* ferred to, will do «o at their peril, he having no right In law or equi’v, to ot tin* same to the prejudice of rightful claimant*; and the validity of any such sales l>y him made will be contested lueverv legal manner. EDWARD P. PaR&KR, THOMAS FOSTER. Hasting!*, Wabasha Co., Octob- r 14, 1£52. 2-5:m3 SUGARS of every description, of the best qualiy and large quantity, ju-t rec«lved by ItKV & FARMER. A/I CLASSES. —N. O. and S. 11. Mo ivl li.se, f*r .1. hr RFT At FARMER. Constant & Burbank, Storage, Forwarding and Commission Merchants., Express and Steamboat Jlgents, l.uwer Lauding, St. Paul. /AN hand and for sale—2s bbls. Pork, v_y 200 do Flour, 4o(W lb* beat dairy Butter, f>oo lb* Lar«l, 25 bbls Corn Meal, 40 boxes Tobacco, 500 lbs Cheese, 2 casks Ham*, 500 doz brooms 10,00*) best brand Cigars, 10 bbls White B«*an», a lot of salamander Ware. Oats, Corn, Buckwheat Flour, Uni • and Plastering Hair, tie* getherwlih a general assortment of Family Groceries coii siantly on hand. Hotel Keepers, Lumbermen and all per sons wanting any of the above ankles will liiul it lor their Interest to call ou ua bpforo purchasing. Saint Paul, October 16, 1852. 2-5 y Notice to Debtors. ALL persons indebted to the subscriber previous to the 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 is cash up or no sale, as the credit system is ruinous. W. 11. STILLM AN. .St. Paul, October 14, 1552. Dahl & Doull, Booksellers and Stationers, Also, Di alers iu llats. (-ups, Gloves, Mils, MufTs, etc., Third street, Saint Haul. A PER HANGINGS—A complete assortment of the latest styles, for sale very cheap at the Bookstore of DAHL tt DOULL. WALL PAPER—Ladies and Gentle men are Invited to call and examine our extensive variety of the above-named article. DAHL & DOULL. jX/IUFFS —Lynx muffs for adults, also. Children’s mutt's in large quantities. As this is the season of the year when these article* will begin tube needed, we most confidently recommend our articles for Inspection of the public. DAHL &. DOULL. HATS — We have on hand the latest styles of Fur and Wool hats. DAIIL & DOULL. TZOSSUTII IIATS—AIso, Excelsior, -l-V. and other kinds at the store of DAHL &. DOULL HOYS' HATS AND CAPS—An ex- L-J tensive assortment- -send along your children to try them on at the store of DAHL & DOULL GLOVES AND MITTS Buckskin Gli v * and Mlts, also Fur Gloves—Just the thing f.*r the cold '.catlter that is coming—for sale at the store «.f DAIIL At DOUPL TTMBRELLAS —Silk and Gotten um brellas for sale cheap at the store of DAIIL & DOULL T_l ICKOKY CANES—AIso, Rattan, LJL and Whalebones. Just the thing to complete a gen man’s outlit, for sale at the store of DAIIL Ac DOULL "FLOUR AS IS FLOUR.—A lot of J- 66 Kxtra War Eagle,” manufactured from New Win ter Wheat. Also our usual variety of everything els*-, for sale 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 -LJL lower than thu lowest, ami cheaper than the cheap est. Step iu and examine for yourself. No trouble and no charges made tor showing the cheapest goods iu the market. 50 dozen shirts, 50 differcut kinds. 12 do drawers, 8 do do 50 do Collars,lo do do 100 do Socks, 15 do do 25 do Silk and Satin Cravats. 3) different kinds, 55 do Gloves and Gauntlets, 35 do do Buttons, Coat Binding and Tailor’s Trimming. Mending, sewing and Knitting cotton. Pocket Cutlery, Port-Moimaies, Pocket Books an Purses Cashmere shawls, Comforts, Canes, Umbrellas, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, and every thing in mv line at K. O. WALKER’S Cheap Cash Store. To Those who wish to Buy Cheap Fall and Winter Goods, WALK in and see for yourself al llie St. Paul Hat ami Cap Store ~f It. O. WALKER. Latent stylos of Fail ami Winter Fur silk Hals. Kossuth Shaped, Of Otter, seal, Muskrat, Beaver, Brush, t’assim re ami Wool. Every variety of Can?, silk Velvet, ami velvet Flush, Russ, Otter. Reeky Mountain, Ctotli ami Oil silk; Beaver, Wool ami I’l..t!i Caps ami Hals for buys on,l chlldr.n. X.B. All llats purchase 1 at ins estahUslimoiu ironed free of charge. 2-U8 Joseph Wakefield, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, \\J ILL attend punctually and faithfully VV to ;i!l limliu-ss that may he Intrusted to his pro lessional care. Particular attention paid to CunveyanciiiK. office on Third st., over 1.. It. Walt & Co’s store, Saint Paul Minnesota. 2-4 y BEN. W. BRUNSON, kroeer \ Provision Dealer, I ORNER Roberts and Fifth Street, K**ej« on hand Prunes ami other Fruits ; Queens ware, Fancy Articles; all kinds of Thread, Knives and Forks, Brushes, L iking Glasses, Window Glass, Nails, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac., in short, every thing needed for housekeepers ami Families. Prices reasonable, and stock such as will please all customers. LIAMS AND SHOULDERS—A first A-J- rate article for sale by BEN. W. BItUNSOX. BUTTER —A good article at Hex. W. Urunsof’s. The Otiter Ban. OLD POLONIUS, Lord Chamberlain, to Claudius, King of Denmark, talked sente, when he thus expressed himself in advice to ids son, iox rtes, as he 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 v:an.” Feeling deeply impressed with the opinion that the gents or St. Paul, old and young, intend, the coiuiug w inter, to act upon thisv wholesome admonition, NEIIIAUS & BROTHER Have brought Into tlie market as fine aud 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, Ca»iniores, Vestings, fee., before trailing elsewhere ; satisfied that in reference to the articles wan ted, their prices, ami their fashionable styles of cutting and making up garments, they can suit and ft all custom er* who may oiler. They also keep ou hand a general as sortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, \nd every artlele ill the gentlemen’s furnishing line (hut may lie called fur. Store and shop on Third, between Minnesota and Cedar streets, opposite Judge Lambert’s office. 1-3,f XEIIIAVS & BROTOEB. Beat on t lie corner of Third •>idi J aduooit r*< •t l At to 1o- MEAT MARKET, wh«»re the best and fattest surloins, steaks, and all «*ther e*iible parts of the animal, from hoof to horns, can be had fresh every day at the market prices. Also, always **n hand, mutton, pork, and all other kinds .* meat usually devoured bv civilized appetites, except old lean working which I consider it murder to kill ami felony to sell. Ihope to receive a share of St. Paul patr-mag 2-3lf H.t.wOlJ. SHERIFF’S SALE. Territory of Minnesota, 1 County of Washington, ) ’ By virtue of throe executions issued out and under the seal of the District Court of the County ot Washington aforesaid, wherein Roswell B. Johnson is plaintiff and Stephen 11. Hanks and Henry McLean arc defendants, tu favor of said plaintift and against the said defendants, 1 have on this 13th flay of Sepumb, r, A. 1). I sod, p viefi upon the follow.ng described real proper.v, to wit, L..t numlfcr tine (1) in block number tweii y-live (25) and ivty-K (< «) teet or th- west eml of Lot twmherone (1) hi Ho, k muiib r twentv-six (26) a,- copling to the surv y and plot of the Town uf Stllivvater, wld h I- duly recorded in the offlve of the Register iff Decfls uf sa d county in l»s.k A, pages im, 157 and 15~, and In liook l», pages 9 and 10, togeth r with a ll the build ings sltuat d thereon, and all the appurt •nancfw thereunto helor mg or in anywise appertaining. And on the sixth day of Nov. inb r, ISM, at the hour of ten i.’. lock In the for. nam at the utile ~f the Register ot Deeds in Stillwater. I -hall expos ■ to sale at public auc tion to the highest bidder tor cash, all the Interest that the said Stephen B. Hanks hut in th'* a l ..re ties-rlb»d pr mites on til" 13th day of September, HIM, or lias since acquired; or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to sat i'fy said executions ami CoS". WILLIAM C. PENNEY, Sheriff of the county aforesaid. Slill.atcr, Sept. 13, 1952. 2 sq—Pr. fee. $7,00. HANFORD &. BROTHER, N. B. THAYER, Manufacturers, N'. V. St. Louis. HANFORD, THAYER &, CO., (Successors to la-wls, Tliay» r & C 0.,) MANUFACTURERS, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF READY-MADE CLOTHING, Clothing. Shirty Drawers, aud Furnishing Goods No. 190 Main street, Corner of Green, one door below the Virginia House, ST. LOUIS, Mo. LTAYING Received an Immense Sup -I.A plv of Fall and Winter Ready-Made Clothing aud Furnishing Goods, are now preparing to otfcf great in ducement.* to buyers. Clothing received from the Factory every week, keeping our assortment complete throughout th*- -rasoiw Always oil hand a full stock of Rubber and Oil Clothing, Carpet Bags, Over-Alls, Umbrellas, Trunks, &c.; also the best Flannel shirts 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 ..f the Virginia Hotel. HANFORD, THAYER & CO. St. Louis, September 10. 35-y World’s Fair! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED the w * best stock ol Dry Goods. Clothing, Fancy Articles, Ac., ever brought to the Northwest f>*r retail, which we are selling at leas than New York retail prices. Any body that don’t believe this can call and see for themselves. We are prepared to convince them of the fact we here assert, to a positive demonstration. CURRAN &. LAWLER. Attention, Company! A T. CIIAMBLIN would restpectfully o.X« call the attention of the citizens of St. Paul and the vicinity to Lis large and well selected stock of fresh, .Yew 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 tiling in ids line to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, as it is !So 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 Drub Pilot, Petersham Double Coats. COATS. Black French Cloth, Dress and Frock Black and Broadcloth, Dress rack Plain and Fancy Tweed, Business sack Satinet and Blue Blanket Monkey Jackets. PANTS. Fine Black Doeskin and Cass ime re, Plaid, striped and plain do Steelmtxed, Fancy aud Plain Black .latluoU Sheep’s Gray and Corduroy. VESTS. Black, Plain, and Figured satin Black, Plain and Fancy Cassimcre Tweed, Cloth and satinet Single and Double Breasted of all kind*. Shirts and Drawers. Fine White Linen Boson Fancy Calicoes I and 2 Chock and Hickory Red, Blue, and striped Flannel Frown and 111 cachet l Canton Flannel Brown and Bleached Canton Flannel Drawers Plain and QuiltoJ lied Flannel do Boots, shoes, llats, Caps, Buck Mitts, Buck Glove*-; Black and Fancy Cravats; suspenders; Perfumery; Hair, Cloth, Tooth mill shaving Brushes; Pocket, Pen and Bowie Knives; Portinonies and Money purses; Razor strops; soaiwj of all 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 .dll, 'Tis no Trouble to show Goods, at A.T. CIIAMBLIN’S, 1-1 Third street, between Roberts and Jackson. INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIE E AND THE PERILS OF NAVIGAMION, BY THE PROTECTION Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN. This uld 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. G. HELD Nqtiire A Reed, Eagle Iron and Mail Store, 23 Water st., Between Olive and Pine, St. Louis, Mo., TYEALERS in Iron, Nails. Hollow Ware, Castings, steel, iron Axles, Eliptlc springs, Fireproof safes, smiths’ Tools, &e., agents for the sale of Hope Cotton Yarns, ami Pittsburgh manufactures gener ally. Sly 17LOUR —200 bbls. extra War Eagle Flour, for sale by KEY & FARMER. CUGAR—2O hhds. sngar—so bbls. O claimed—Belchers’, by ItKY & FARMER. ]\/T OLASSES—IO bbls., just received IV.L and for sale by KEY & FARMER. O OFFER—2O sacks Rio Coffee, for Cj sale by KEY Is FARMER. —SO boxes Palm Soap, just re- O ceiveil by KEY & FARMER. RANDLES —50 boxes mould candles, 60 Ifoxes star can lies, by KEY & FARMER. T ARD—S bbls. Prime article, received -Li by KEY k FARMER. HAMS —2,000 lbs.—Prime article, for sale by KEY & FARMER. ALT—2O sacks G. A.—lo do. Dairy, Oby ' lIF.V &. FARMER. OIGARS —20,000 Havana Cigars, for X J Sale by RF.Y it FARMER. And a general assortment of Groceries and Provisions constantly on hand. August 28, 1832. WHITNEY’S GALLERY Cor. Third and Cedar sis., St. Paid. r UHIS Gallery was built expressly for JL Dagucrreotyplng, and is furnished with 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 r OCKETS! LOCKETS!—-Splendid Gold Lockets at extremely low prices at WHITNEY’S GALLERY. Pocket Editions of Nature. Views of “Min- JLJ ne-tonka” or St. Anthony Falls, “Mlnne-ha-ha,*’ or Little Falls, Fort Snelllng. and other beautllul Minne sota scenery, for sale at Whitney’s Gallery, corner of Third and Cedar streets, saint Paul. These views have be*-n procured with great lat»or and expense, and for beauty and perfection of execution can not he surpassed. All are respectfully invited to call and examine specimens# August 21, 1852. 49 Crood Rooms, SUIT ABLE for families can be had on accommodating terms, by application at the Minne sota Boarding-House, Ktji ‘ street. 46tf S. C. McCRAT. St. Paul House. '[''HlS House, formerly kept by J. W. A Ha*s,b>‘ing the original hotel of M. Paul, at thecomt of Third and Jackson sts.. opposite tl. Minn sofa Outfit, is thoroughly r paired, and rem.MleL d, and with th** addi t ions now made lo it, is one of the mwt spacious and con venient hotels In town. Havi ig taken a lease of it, and tilted it up throughout with new fnrnl ure, 1 Invite the trmeling public to call upon me; believing they will And this house equal to the best, in all respect*. The charges will be veTv moderate. GEORGE WELLS. s>t. Paul, July 31. IS*?. 4«y R. H. MILLER & CO., | (Successors to N. E. Janney &. C«>.,) Wholesale a.vd Retail Dealers in China, Glass aud Earthenware, No. 34 Main st., bctw’n Chesnut and Piue, St. Loul*, Mo. j 'THE SUBSCRIBERS once more call J- the attention of their friends, and ail who are in want of Goods In their Hue, to th fact that they are pre pared t*> receive them on the most liberal and accomrau- ; dating terms, and have on hand, and now arriving, a very large and well selected stock of Goods, ordered EXPRESSLY FUR THIS MARKET, Comprising the usual varieties, and many other articles not to b.e met with elsewhere In this city. The long experience of our principal (having been thirty years an Importer of Earthenware,) enables us to otter unusual Inducements as to variety and quality of stock. Their stock consists In part of C C, blue edged, dipt, painted, printed, white granite, tiown, blue an l mulberry earthenware, Pure white, enamelled, lustre, blue hgured and gold baud, English china; White,gold band,and decorated French china; All the varieties' of American, cut, plain and pres*_-d ; Glassware, of Eastern and Western manufacture; German and Bohemian Glassware, a great variety; Eii-iliah T I) Pipes; American pipes and pipe heads; A large assortment ot looking glasses, Japanned tea tray<, of our own importation; Britannia codec and tea pots,castors, pitchers, &e., a great variety of tirst rate quality; A large and elegant assortment of Cornelius Co.’s cele brated solar Lard 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 l*e transported any dis tance, by wagon or otherwise, without risk of breakage. We take pride iu referring to onr old customers, and to our packing ami the good condition In which w goads are generally received. 6*m2 R. JL 3IILLKR & CO. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, j BY P. £. COLLINS. YANE 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 fanners • will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. J TUST RECEIVED, on Consignment, Six splendid dressing Bureaus, with Looking Glasses J on top, for sale cheap; also2o good substantial bedsteads, which I will sell cheap for cash. F. E. CO Ltd NS, Ware Rooms, Third street. ! Clothing Tor the Will ion! 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 NKW CLOTHING STORE. Oil Roberts Street,a few doors from Third Street, Saint Paul. IT’INNE & COOLEY, having opened * * a new Clothing Establishment in St. Paul, would respectfully call the attention of tlu* public to their ex tensive assortment of Dress, French, KnglLh, and Ger man Cloths and Casslmeres, as well as rich Vestings, all purchased expressly for their TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Their style, texture, am! Hnish warrant them in assuming that it is the largest and most varied assortment «*f the before mentioned, newly-imported goo*ls 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 Ulolhiii" Department, they challenge all competition as regards quality, style aud low prices. May, 1852. 33y T?IRE & WATER-PROOF PAINT— Sims’ celebrated article for Hoofs, I'ences, Brick, &c. For sale by the Barrel, Key or pound l»v 43tf SPKNCKK, KIUKPATItICK &. MAIIKLKY. HAMS AND SHOULDERS.—A very superior article, cured in the best of style, for sale by KEY & FARMER. Aiotiee, all ye Interested! T AND WARRANTS for sale at mar- ket prices, and promptly sent by mail to purchasers when flu? money is sent with the order. Claims of all kiml>, collections, 6u*., attended to bv us, postpaid, directed to LLOYD CO., Claim aud General Agents, Washington City, D. C* Dissolution —Tin; Cu*pintiiciship heretofore existing between Cathcart tc Tyson, is tills day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be conducted by N. E. Tyson, who is authorised ts settle all debts due by the late lirm, and collect all amounts due the same. A. H. CATHCART, Sept. 16, 1852. N. E. TYSON. Oats! Oats!! 1000 BUSHELS, just received CATHCART & TYSON'. Contracting and Ruilding. EDWARD STEWART, Bricklayer ami 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, oil fair terms, having permanently settled in Saint Paul, ho solicits a share of public patronage. Dratts and specifications furnished oil reasonable t**rnis. X. B. Orders for work left at the store of If. C. Sand ford, near the Post Office will receive prompt attention. 42y EDWARD STEWART. Lloyd & Co., f-LAIM & GENERAL AGENTS V.V in all kinds of property—negotiators in Loans for large and small sums. Office, opposite the Treasury, Washington. Claims that hare been akandoned hy other agents as worthless have been successfully prosecuted by the above agents. Advances made on go«*l claims. All communications addressed as above, post paid, will be attended to. Office open from 9A. M., to 6P. M. Land Warrants for sale. 2t6 IYTICHOLS’ MAP OF ST. PAUL— -Lx Nichols’ new map of St. Paul, embracing all the Additions, for sale at our store. Price SI,OO. LEDUC & R<HIRER. W. H. JARVIS, APOTHECARY AND CHEMIST. TTAS received by recent arrivals a large JL addition to his previously w-ell selected stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Essential Oils ami Patent Medicines, at his drug store, corner Fiftii ami Jackson. PHYSICIANS will be supplied, also dealers in Drugs or Patent Medicines, on ns good terms as they can effect purchases by sending to Galena. I will sell at Galena prices without the addition of trans portation. JAIIVJB, Druggist. I WILL contract for the construction of some 300 to 500 drawers; also, for new fixtures and counters. Apply to JAVKIJS Fifth st. N. B. Terms cash oil tlie completion o/ the work. TRISH MOSS, a very superior article, JL Just received aud for sale iu the “Multum In Parvo” Drug Store. pONGRESS WATER—another lot has arrived of the genuine. For sale by the bottle or dozen. JARVIS, Apoth’v. 9 BBLS. BLUE LICK, fresh from the ™ kt Springs”—for sale by the glass or gallon. JAItYIS, Druggist. PILLS! PILLS! PlLLS!!—Wright’s Indian Vegetable, Bramlreth’s, Moffat’s, Graefen burgh, Lee’s, Cook’s, Dr. Jaytu’s, Dr. Soules’, Parr’s Life, Hooper’s Female, Sugar Coat-d, and Dr. Davis’ Antibill ious Pills—for sale at the Patent Medicine Store, comer 6th and Jackson. PRESH TAMARINDS—A very fine A- and delicious article at the Fifth st- DRUG .‘STORK. From 230 deg. down to 40 deg. below Zero—for hale by JARVIS. DR. GREEN’S Oxygenated Bitters are a never-falling remedy for Dyspepsia—for sale by JARVIS. PEPSIN, the genuine article, 75 cents per bottle, for sale by JARVIS, Ai>othecary. T?XTRACT of Bene Plant unequaled J-J by any other medicine for the cure of Dvsont< ry and Diarrhea. MULTI’M IN PARVO Drug Store. A YRF/S Cherry Pectoral, Wistar’s £\. Balsam of Wild C’nerry, P.rry Davis’ p a in Killer, and pure Port Wine juice for Invalids; at the Fifth Street DRUG STORE. TARVIS’ Anti-Corrosive Steel Pen Ink, •J for sale wholesale and retail at th<* CHEMICAL LABORATORY, 6th St. Pickles require good Vinegar, A Mac.*,Cloves,Ginger, Alisplc*, Mustardsei-d. i»| »rk pepper and a uni ; all which can b -• pu -chawed |„w at the Family Medicine store, cor. Fifth and Jacks o. f PEAS, black or green and mixed, the -A choicest lot ever brought to Minnesota fr*»m mixed at 43 rts per lb., to the very best Imperil at 80 ct* per lb. For s.ile at JARVIt’ Drug store. | BLASTERS—Poor man’s, Jew Dtvid’s ■ Badeav’s. Dm v’- pntn Extractor, t ‘antßardin** Tis sue, Conklin’s Salve. Con pla*t< r; all l»- in,'sup**rl .r ar ticles. For sale at the patent myilclne stor •. comer of Fifth and Jackson. JARVIS. OODA and Butter Crackers, just re t-J eelvui by REY k FARMER. NEW STORE. The St. Haul Hat, Cap and Gentlemen’* Fur uisklu; Store. ! ' I HE subscriber respectfully offers to i -» the Gentlemen t,T st. Paul, ills new steck uf ikx.ls. ! «Jit K ill endeavor keep a lull assertiu n! or articles fur (.elltlenien » use und wear, such as— Silk Haia, suit* , ;I , IV r Cellars Sliavinit, T'.athnnU i UtilUr udu Drawers, Hair Brushes, Kussuth d-t If aery, C-anbs, Mutf> ar d > e vavays, nair t )u>, * ANU A Frit. ASSORTMENT OF STRAW lioOUS, SI VHFS. COLIXi.SE. It A N IJKEIII units, UHT LINKS, Oil cluth and Clnth Caps, Siisf.enders, Snap, ire. Unttniu and Tailors 1 rimmiuits, Ladies sowing birds, a useful ar ticle: Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bass, I'mbrellas, i H. «). WAI.KEIt, CurU'-r Third aud IVal.diaw st. ! __tnay 22. 35^ George L. Hanks, L'lnciunatl* Ohio, j I IAS for many years been extensively 1 ! *-■ «-ngHg*-.i ill the manufacture *.f BELLS, and by j car. fui an.] study *»f tin- prlMrlpbs Involved in , their construction, he has been eminently succesiiful in producing mi article.»r Superior Form, Tone and Finish. 1 The quality, combination, an I proportion of togetluT with tile degree of heat requisite b» pr»*duce a coiniMHiiid the most sonorous, |N>sseßsiag, at the same time, j ; sufficient Density and Strength, also, the peculiar outline, j or shape, having a correct pnqx>rtion of the dlflcrcui part**, th**rel)v giving thi*in elegance «.f form, have beeii subjects to which Mr. 11. has devoted a great amount of ; time, in critical observation ot effects through a long se- 1 ries of Experiment..: B«*lls by him, are unsurpa.ssed in their Symmetrical Figure, and Beauty of Proportion, i and for Melody, Strength and Hriliiancv «»r T**nc, are universally admir***f. Mr. Hanks is prepared t«» supply Churclies, Colleges, Academies, Public Buildings, Steam boats, Ac., with his superior Bells, at a abort notice, hav- ! j I n '-5 at ah times an assortment on hand. Church Chimes or Peals, and Musical ! Hand Bi lls, to any number on the Chromatic Scale mad** i I to order. Bells sold by Mr. 11. are furnished with Yokes, " heels and Springs, of th** latest and most approves I i Plan, and th<* whole warranted in everv particular. Tims** wishing further information will please address GEORGE L. HANKS. Cincinnati, Ohio* j , N. B. Tlie Great Bell, “St. Peters,” and the Chime of j Eleven Bells, at St. Peter’s Cathedral, Cincinnati, were I cast at tills Foundry. July 3 Bm. P-XTRA WAR EAGLEFLOUR.-! i A large consignment Just received, and for sale I HEY is. FARMER. K P4MPHUT. CMI HANDBILL AND General Job Printing. f PHE Projirietors of the Minnesotian Office, have recently made extensive additions to their stock of Book and Job Priming material. Their assortment now embraces ail the 141 § a' i s .'ls 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. I»ui.s. We charge small profits and execute all orders with despatch. Both of us being PRACTICAL PRINTERS, Wc ?uperinfeii.l all work rnlrust.il to the Minnesotian Office ourselves, an I allow nothing to leave our hamla unless it he exerutnl in a WORKMANLIKE MANNER. We rely upon the public for a liberal share of their patronage. A Mock of Plain and Fancy letter Paper, FooLcap, Flat Cap, Folio Post, &c., on band for printing. Also Printing cards of dliLrciit kinds, .sizes ntxl colors* June 26. OWENS & MOORE. I*. 11. Wait A Co., Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Commission Merchants, LTAVE opened at the store lately oc -*—L cupietl by C. T. Tracy, on Third street, a general Assortment of Family Groceries and rrovisimts; which they will sell al low prices for cash or In exchange for country produce. They respectfully solicit a share of patronage. CIIARI.KS MIUiLKK, St. Paul, June 21, ’s2—lOy L. B. WAIT. Clt’s IV. Uorup. CU’» 11. Oakes. BORIP A OAkllM. LfAVING formed a Co-Partnership for transacting ai> Exchange and Banking Business in all its various branches, will be prepared to furnish sight and time exchange on the East, and principal cities of the West. Remittances to Great Britain, Ireland and Continent of Europe made iu 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. „ , BOH IP .V OAKES. St. 1 Mill, Mlnnusuta Territory, J|,11,, jq, 1852. Office at the Minnesota Oullit building. 40y. R. II’LACJAV, Storajr, Furu-ardiug 6c Commiagion Merchant, Dealer In Urain ul all klnils. Fruit Trees, Jcc., Jluln st., near the Bradley House, Oaleim. 111. Refer to B. 11. Catnvbcll K Co., Galena ; w. I„ Ru in & Un., St. laails. jy,- W. U. LEDUC. D . HOI!HEIt- LEDlie Ic KOHRER. booksellers and stationers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, [Corner of Bench an,l Wabashaw streets, SI. Paul, M. T.] JUST opened at the corner of Bcncli and Walwshaw .streets, Uncle Tom’* Ualdn, or l.if*- among the I.ow lv. Reveries of a Baciielor, by lk Marvel. Dream Life, do Fresh Gleanings do l)lek**iis’ Works, complete. Wandering Jew, lllusirab-d. The Camp Fires of the Revolution. Lo&dng’s Field Book of the Revolution. Forest Life and Forest Trees—being camp life among the Loggers. Pencilling* 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 Ac KOHRER. Just In Time. WE have opened, for sale, some superb engravln.es of Geu’l Winfield Scott. Alsu, his Life and Services, by K. D. Maiisltrld. Call l„.f„re they are all sold. LEDUC N. HOIIKER. OISTORY OF CONGRESS—Com -1- prising Memoirs of th,' most Prominent members, with numerous steel isu tnilts und rac-slmlle autographs. June2l. LE DI U & ItoIIltKK. WALL PAPER—A large stock of * » Avail paper, Curtains, shades and Fire Board Prints, now opened and for sale by June 21. LE DUC & ROIIUKR. 'TO SPORTSMEN—A superior lot J- of Fislilng Tackle, for sale l»y June 24. LE DUC & ROHRER. ]\/] ISCELLANIOUS. Scrap Books, IVJL Herbariums, Albums, Papier Macfic Carl Baskets Canl Cases and Work Boxes, N«*wspniH;r Files, Patent Air Tight Inks—Post Office boxes, Calenders, &c., 6tc. _ Le DUC & KOHRER. COLD PENS —Just Received, a supe rlor lot of Gold Pens—some new styles. LeJHJC to BOHKUSR* 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 tlie Book Store of may 22. LE DUC KOHRER. F. E. Collins, Auction and ('omminion Merchant, Saint Paul, Minnesota Territory, In the three story Brick store. Third St., opposite W. 11. Forbes’ Outfit. LTAVING received a regular License XJL from the Town Board, t chick I have paid /or, I am prepared to real « state or other pr»>|H*rty, at Public Auction at all times and places. Saint Paul, July 31, 1852. F. E. COLLINS. C ’ORN Sliel'.ers in Store and for sale by J F. S. NEWELL, i PORTABLE Fire P'ngines of all sizes ■ for MU. by F. S. SEWELL. ( '* ARPENTER’S Tools, Planes. Cliis \J sols, Bar, Kl'o fq 5.C., xt F. S- SEWELL’S. INARMING IMPLEMENTS,ShoveI*, f Spades, II •«*?, Rak>*!», Kork?, Cradle* ami Plows in store aud for sale by F. S. NEWELL. ' HARDWARE— ICross 1 Cross Cut and Mill Sio-, Ax •», all kfiKl-, Hamni T 8 all kinds Ac. Forsa.l'v M.JHWWJ. i. Grindctones, Oil stones. See. 1 for sal-at F* S. NKWELIJ.S. Kitchen w \re niv <.m i forks. Wiffl :r<mi*. Lalu*', Baong .Sp»<*tis, Onop, ng i Kiiiv. v, t a B its, Sieves, Shc-ar*. Sadiron, Brass Kettles, I Pie Plate*. He., for iale at F S. NEWELL’S. ' Summer Arrangement! 18 5 2. PAUL and St. Antlwiiy Falls, k tii".-<- Daily S'agc,. hac.ug cfuli ploc -,t 7 o’clock A. .M., 12 M. a lid 4 P. Al. COACHES AND TEAMS Will I**.* at llie lauding, «oi the arrival of .StennilHmte at Saint Paul. A Is*, a Daily Line ot* Stages between Saint Paul and Stillwater. O" An ox tensive Livery Stable at the com r of Fourth iu*l Roberts streets. Particular attemhm given t*> the accommodation ot Pleasure Parti.-.-, iiin.ii liberal tenni*. 3J * tl WlLl.oi GMiHf it rOITKBS* GROCERIES & PROVISIONS^ Cathcart Jk Tyson, I TA' E leased the new store on the »A- c.irioT of Itol"-IT, amt Kouah streets, wli.-r th v ar-- non op-mug afresh st.stk ..r t i- „--r u-- Piovimou, and I'-' 'I: '.high 11 n- \ od'or at wholesale aud ref ill lo fie Citizens .It Saint Paul an l the surrounding country, .it'ns low prices as they van tie purchased west ol st. 1-uuU. Their stock consists ht part as lollows: Crushed and Powdenil Sugars, Java, Kin Sc l.suuira C0n..,. K O and f larlli.sl do Y 11. 1 mis-rlsMioolKoi'ler, Tobacco and Sugars. and Ilia -k Teas (choice brands) Klee, Kaisni, an l Currsut Pepper, Spices. Nutmeg* Cloves, as~.rt.sl piekle* IV|»l > er sauce, Cateh.ips Powder and shot, Chocolate V\ K Cheese, starch, Citron M us: an I, Figs, K\t of Lemon Rose anil Vanilla M’ld.star and sp’m Candles Palm and Variegated s-slp Mackerel,Codd-h. Herrings Sharing m, Pork, ll'atns and shnulders l-resl, Butter and Kggs Butter and ~"in Crn kers Molasses and liolilen syrup 1.1050.-. l and 1.11 l oil Cider, Vinegar oats. Corn and short.; Corn Meal and Flour, choicest brands, also other articles usually kept In a l-'amilv Grocery store, too numerous too mention, which they will s-ll for Cush exclusively at small protlts. Purchaser* will please call and examine tor tlieniselr.-s. A. 11. C VTnC VRT, St. Paul, June, 1862 (My) X. K. TYSON. T UST RECEIVED—2OO bushels fresh O Ground Com ileal, and for sale cheap hy ■*«'>« 10 CATHCART k TYSON'. FAIR PLAY! ‘4'oinpctitiou is the Life of Trade.” p ATTISON & BENSON'S new Coach -L os have arrival,and arc- now u|**»n the r«*:uf betwwcn St. Paul and St. Anthony, ready to aeeoinm* date the pub lie on all occasions. They have also received in addition to their former large and excellent Livery stock, r*-vcral new and elegant Carriages and Barouches; also new Har nesses and Horse Furnishings, ami equipage or (lie most elegant description. ALSO—an additional stock of Fine Blooded, well broken 11. r.,e.-. QitEltv. W*~~"=r(£/7f3 lf "’ldrheii” horses c- :ie In under the Liquor Law, will th*-y he in danger of b,- Jfing knocked on th • Inal? Our entire ' stable in the West, out of Saint Louis will be found as complete as outs. Will our triends un*l the puMic rememiK-r, that at tlic Livery Stable in the r*-ar or flu* American House, at the upper end of Saint Paul, they can at all hours, have such conveyance by land, on wheels or on hors.-hark, as they may desire. I*ATT,SOX it BENSON. St. Paul, Juno 10, 1852. (38v) DISSOLUTION". TMIE Co-Partnership heretofore exist- 1 lag between V. K. Collins rsii-l f. p. V. Lull iu the Auction and General Land Agency business, |. herel.y di>- solved by mutual cousint. F. K. COLLINS, Jon 3, 1852. C. I*. V. LULL. I F. E. Collins will continue the Auction, Commission and General Lain! Agency business ut lie large trick building on Third st., below Jackson. P'URNITURE —-just received a splen did lot of Furniture from UtuclunaU 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 Just received a large and vari.il I j collect 1 >n or new books, jus! from th*- press, to which he j l invites the attention of all the reading * immunity. Tiiev j AHE OFFERED AT U.ASTEIIN l*Ui« US. T«-tm» cash. 1 ! Come ami examine—no trouble to show goods at the j “Franklin Bookstore.” 37 The Minnesota Remedy,^ FOR Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Diarrhwa, s*<*., Hfc. “PESIGUAGOMIK,” OR ‘‘lndian Compound Astringent and Tonic.” T'HE materials of this medicine are en tirely vegetable, Indigenous t*» Minnesota, ami well known to tlie Indians by whom they have been used from time immemorial, with invariabb* su«ve*s. The Proprl«-tor can comi«i*Titly recommend this metliclne to the public, as a CERTAIN, SAKE, and PLEASANT cure f«»rCholera Morbus, Diarrlta-n. Dysentery, and | all disease* *>f the Bowel*. It affords almost instantane ous relief In case* of griping* «>r cramps, and ordinarily effects a complete cure in six «»r eight hours. T*> Boatmen, Raftmen, Lumbermen, and al! per sons traveling *»n the river, this medicine Is invaluable. Our citizens going l*e!**w, .luring the Kiimm.-r months should nut tail to provide themselves with it. | The “Pesignagomik” must of course derive its repu i tation from t!i«* testimonials of th**sc who have mad*- trial ! ! of it. I Jr3=* Please read carefully the annexed certificate*. j Prepan d l»y E. F. ELY, St. Paul. | And for sab* at the Bookstore of LeDUC KOitKKR, I and at W. U. FORBES 5 Minne.-otu Stor»*, St. Paul. Also, j at the Minnesota Bookstore, St. Antliony, and Churchill X Nelson, Stll!wat«-r. Also, at the Drug Store of Hiclicox ! N. Axteli, St. Paul. Price Fifty Cent* per Bottle.^U CERTIFICATES. I have used the “Pcsiguagomik” re pealedly in my family and can recommend H a* the safest • as well us m*n>t efficacious medicine in ail derangements of the Bowels, 1 have ever known, li lia*, t . n»y know htige, sr.v**d several valuable liv«*s in mo.>t ob.-tinate cases or Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, &e. St. Paul, May 28, 1862. C. W. BORUP. This may certify that I have used the Vegetable Compound Astringent, prepared by Mr. K* F. Ely, in my family, and have found It to lx- tlic best by far of any thing of the kind 1 have ever used. In one In sLinc**, two dos(*s cured an obstinate case of Cholera Mor bus. Not a single Individual should be without tills valu able medicine,particularly iu a a country where the Diar rhoea aud summer complaint arc prevalent* CIIA’S 11. OAKES. Having used this preparation in my family, I most cheerfully Join Mr. Oaks in the above cer tificate of Its virtues. St. Paul, May 24, 1852. ALEX. RAMSEY. I take pleasure in being able to state tlmt 1 have used in my fatally, Mr. Ely’s Compound As tringent ami Tonic, in case* *>l Diarrba-a, with much suc cess; an*l especially la>t summer In a case of summer complaint in an fnrant of mine some nine months obi, and the* rfnllv recommend its use to Hie public. St. Paul, Mat, 24, 1752. WM. IIKNRY FORBES. I have used the Indian Compound As trinvTut mul Tonir, uiy.-elf, »n.i In mv f*mlly, an.l futu.l it I'ffi-ctlvf, o*iK*t«lly lit caw* uf clill.lmi t'-.-thing, nn.l cuii-.i'ter it an active ati'l talc rcmcily fur a!) Bowel C.mi pLints. A. K. ntKNCJI. St. Paul, Ailgtt-t 1, 1851. I have used the Indian Compound As tringent and Tunic, prepared l>y Mr. hklmmnl F. Kly, awl fuuti i Imnniilat- rcß'-r; awl ran cli".-rfttlly ml It ai a apccily an.! sure cure fur diseases uf tin- Ijuwel*. St. Paul’, May 24, 1852. 11. F. MASTKItSOX. I certify that l have used the Indian Tunic, called “PwilKtiagntnlk,” and rt-c.-mtn.-nd ti„. mini as an excellent astringent, pleasant iults taste, and certain in ik. cure. J.J. NOTH. August, 1851. 36u16 *,* Ail orilers fur the above Medicine should he a*l dresse*l to K. F. F.'.y, St. Paul, Minnesota. Real Estate. I offer properly situate*! In the town of St. Paul and its immediate vicinity, for flKr extrvm**ly low tor ca?h. Th** term* Biff . an- such as do not often present tln-mseive* to the capitalist or man of ni*jdcr«ite means, io Invert mon ey in a \»r»>«pc*rous and rapidly growing town and It* vicin ity. Among various pivp rty I have? to di.qxisc or ar«* the fuliow’ing, viz: a dwelling house and **-v«-ial lots of laud in a central part of St. Paul, with abundant supply *»f ex cellent water; als*>, a small house adjoining. With this property will in* sold about ten ac res «.f land covered " Ith a large and Utility growth of Wood—* great obj.-ct now that the Si *ux laud cann t, at l*-ast, at preseut, .upply tis with fu-1 until In inark- t. _ , 4 iit I have al*** f.,r sab- a nun# *r «d five acre lots with growing tlinl»er, '♦ltuat d on an I In th** linm ,- lia*«- vicinity ot public road* an*l n d over a mil- from t. Paul. •Hie above property will »*e sobl ••n -ucii low term for civti. tt» it the p lrclia er «’<*n fmniedl it*-lv JJ again at ai • advance. For sale on time —Prio-s w ill b- prop rtum ibly , higher. Apply to HENRY A. L \MBERT, j Third street, c rn«*r «»f t*«-dar, I 43tf Or to B. F. HOYT. St. Paul. | .) FRUIT TREE>—Gntflel, ■— • * ’» *’’Cf I- " Vnri tl.n, (p. x-h nr; . ) - growing in my n ir** ry ami t <•%] <i£ t. W. UAitßlNujt# • s\/ ikN i ii*D—aoOO .U ui wood ior i » » the Linpire Foundry. Enquire at p. S. NEWELL'S. I AJCJCJILSOF the Minnesota Historical Society FOR 1853. A FEW copies of this interesting An -1 mure al'uut the *nd crly htalury „r Mim.e uti; Its gur-ripldcul ZvZ- Hud uiln-ral aud gculogb-nl resources than anyuork hereUffure ls- u -d, nr,, still on hand, and for ** at the Bookstores of M -*v*ra L-Duo »St Rohrer JUid Comb*’; also at this office. Price, Thirty t’ents. OWENS &. MOORE, Publisher*. DOAN, KING & to., Wholesale Dry-Goods Dealers, 123 AND 125 MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS. \RE constantly receiving new and de siruble styk-aof STAPLE A ND F \\( • V < tOODS wldch ;ire offered at a very small advance (»i Ca«*b. **r to Mer | 1 hunt* who pay their note* wii< n<luc. Country M* rclmutu ; 'fill flii*l a d.-cided advantage by an examination of the lar j g*-fct st«xk of ©«xkJ.s w«-rt <*f th** umuntaiiLs. DOAN, KING & CO. St. Loui*, May 22. # 35-y C. B. KULLUM. M. B. MASJR. K2LLUM ft MASSON, LARD <r»L AND CANDLE MANUFACTUHERS, —AIAO—- Produce and Commission llerc-ltaiat*. A T o. 21 South Lrvtc, •/. Inuis. kumtcNtEs: E. M. Hyland k \. <; u .. 1 j F. B. Chamberlain, > Bt. L>ul>. i U. M. WitUert, V I S'- L'.nls, M;,y 22. j Su-y Indian Pi*oviMi«>nw. ! CEALED PROPOSALS will be re cclv«hl at the office of th • Indian Agent at St. Peter’-, i for the delivery at Traverse «le* Sioux, before the dose or navigation, tlie following provl l .us for the use of the lu * lions, to wit: 500 bbls Superfine Flour. I-TOO >k* (uvrii-.u Hi,, bii*lii-l,) suwi.l Slu-Ucil Curu. 'JTOU lb* gun! Rifle I’euilur. in k.'g.. 100 jug* uf Lrui), of 70 II- i-a-Ti. I 20 "uks ul Nall. , lT.ili ,Inns lu be aT SI. ri t'-l’-. at llu* . Xi'ini tu! thu o-mvattor —a small ).ru).-.rti. ntin- pruvtsl uiaiu.l ammmiitiun «ill I.u 1. it ut l.mk- Ua, ills un the Miimcuta 1 river, t.i be hereafter d*->lgnatt*d. The llld* will be tq »cued *<n Sat unlay tlie 2d day of Oct ber, and the contract awarded to the lowest reapoiislb'.* bidder. The Agent reset v s rh«- rt l,t of r*-Jec;ing all blu> : if dei-uird extravagant. Address, Indian Agent, Fort Sn -iling, M. T., *‘ProlK>snN for ludlati Pruvl-l-'iis.” NATHANIEL McLEAN, lud. Agent. St. Petek’s Agency. ) SejM. ihh, 1852. ) 5!t3 Pioneer, Democrat and Expred , p!caso .• i y* j H * N- niKi>, Cluclimati.] [j. l. Armstrong. St. 1. ul»* BIRD A ARTISTKONG, WHOLESALE CANE AND WtH)D-SEAT Cll AIRMAN UFACTURKRS, South-West Corner Vine anJ Second sU. f 57. Louis, Mo. 1 YVJ HOLESALE and retail dealers in I » * Chair* are n-spcctfully Infonued that we will cou . stantly k«-«-p on hand a large and general asaurtturnUia ! of Chairs of our ow n manufacture, consisting of Wul-v\. I nut, Mahogany. Cherry and Maple cane-scats of tv- ! cry d.-scription: Wo.Ki-scat Klb«>w, large and small l " • Office, B>»ton and Ban. Arm Rockers, Polka, French, llua ■ tb-, Jenny Lind, Buiu-ister, Scrolls. M.wk Scrool*, Scollop*, i Slats, Children’s, Ac., which we will sell to the trade ou j the most liberal terms, and warrant them to be uusurpus* |s;*l In lx-auty of style or liuibh. Having large mauniaetu* i ring facilltb-s, w•• can offer Inducements that will insure , general satisiactioti; and hope, through a strict and prompt ! attention t*> business, to merit a share of public patronage. We invite tin- visits «>f purchasers, either Wholesale of Retail, to our in « rd«-r that they may Judge lor the-insclvfH. BIRD it ARMSTRONG, i St. lands, May 22. 35-v ALONZO LlIILI), EL«N t;. l'R ATT, ORANGE W. PRATT* CHILD, PRATT & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IK Foreign and Domestic Hardware P.nd Cutlery, No. 147 Main street, (Third door .Worth uf Hank of Missouri,) j »R«y 22. _35-y. St. LOi’IS, Mo. | HARDWARE & CUTLERY. I \\/ E liave now in store a complete aa ! » » a*surtmpilt, nuking urn- stuck unusually large, ! w!.b ’• we fiffi-r t<» purchasers at lowest prices, and on l»est | tenns—among which may be found a Complete assortment uI ~ I AXES—Simmon..’, (’i.liin..’, Hm.iV au*lothers. ; Scythes—Wul'lnai’s grass, grain, lump and badi, as j sorted. | Scythe Snathes—Aborted, nil prices, and i kln*ls. Scythe Stove* and Rifles—Assorted, all prices* | * qualities and kind*. j Forks—liny and manure, 2,3, 4 and 6 pronged, a<s’d. j Chains—Bright <-x and l«*g,B-h, 7 1-6,1-2ands-8 inch, J assorted. Ch ains—Bright trace assorted; coil, breast aud halter, assorted. Collars—Horse and mule, u sorted, (hog and kip ! skins.) ! llames—ll**rso and mule, steam bent and riveted. llOEs—Carolina, planters’, eyed ami haiidltid, a-s’d. Bakes—Hav and garden, iron ami wood, ass’d. Knives—Table knives and forks, all patterns and qual* ithiu KNIVES—TabIe knives and I«*rks, all patterns aud *iual itles. Razors—Wade & Butcher’s, Crook.-, and others, ass’d. She ars and Scissors—Butcher’s, Lux’s, great vari ety of patterns. Locks —Mineral knob, assorted; door, newest patterns ‘ nndi>tyles. Locks—Fad, chest, trunk, till, plate, as»,rtr-d. Latches—Knob, thumb and others, all kinds, ;ts n ’d* Butts—(.reenwood, narrow, broad ami Congress,ass’d* Butts—Wrought, narrow, broad and Congress, ass’d. Screws—l-1 to 4 inch wood, New England taper* ; Hells—Ox, borse, cow, han I :m«l sleigh, ass’d. Bui sues—White-wash, slice*, scrubbing and horsey as i sorted. | Chisels—Framing, socket, lirmer, mortice, as>’d* ; Curry Combs—American, new patb rns, ass’d* j Cocks —Cock stops, a>.-*«i; brass «lo Wd. Files—Butcher’s celebrated mill, flat bastard. Files—Round, halfruuii*!, s*iuare Hat and all L.'hds, as.-’*!. Guns—Double ami single barrel, shot ami duck, ass’d. * Rifles and Pistols—lie vol vers, cast steel barrel, as sorted* gun Barrels—Assorted; gun trimmings und findings* assorted. Hatchets—Shingling, lath, Is nch and claw, oas’d. Hinges—Hooks and hinges, >trui» and T,ass’d. Kettles—Brass, u a, pn-servliig, g!u<-, asi,M. Mills —Coflta-, Parker’s, Adain.s’ and others, as.-,’d* Mattocks and Picks—Clay and cal, ass’d. Nails—Wrought, 6 t*> 12d; horse, 6 t.# I2d, as»»d. Planes—Bench and moulding, ana’d, all kinds, »upe« rlf>r qualities. Pans—Fry, as.>’d; sauce and preserving, aoeM. Shovels—Ames’, Rowland’s ;uid otli«-rs; garden, min ing aud ;M>st. Tacks and Brads—Assorted, ail sizes and kinds. Augurs—Bright, patent coucave, convex and cast nU-el* With a large asaortiuent of carpenter-.’ and blacksmith’ll tools, of new**st pattern* and In’.st <iualitle*. House and Building Hardware—a large assortment. Also, prirprietor* of St. Louis Saw and Scale Factory, when- we are- now manufacturing largely of, Saws—Kxtra (gist steel mill, circular, cross-cut, hand puuel, bow, wood ami pit aawb, of vurioas qualities and of any kind wanted. Al*o, Scales —Viz: platform, 300 lbs to 4,000 lbs; counter, hay, flour, packing, coal and car, of all Limb aud descrip tion** Seales and Saws repaired and made to order. We are better prepared to serve our custor.ers and pur chasers generally than ever before. Cw terms are as la vorable and prices as low as the lowest. CHILD, PRATT A CO., 147 Main street. St. Louis, May 22, 1858. 35-2 m JOS. M. BROWN, THOS. H. THATCH, JON. lIART. BROWN THATCH it HART, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FINE CLOTHING AND GENTLE MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, No. I3<> Main Street, West side, bet* Washington Avenue and Virginia Hotel, St. LOUIS, Mo. \I7 E ARE NOW OPENING, DI » J reel from the Kast, a large and superior assortment of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, for Gentlemen?* wear, consisting chiclly of tlie liner ami belter grades, selected from the best liu|*orting and Commission Jfou»e*, un i ma*le up In a superior manner, expressly for this market. All kinds of Clothing, ready made and warranted, at wholesale, very low for Cadi or good paper. A great variety of Gents’ Furnishing Gooffs, such a* Shirts, Cravats, Gloves, Ac., Ac., which will be ftold to the trade at New York whob**ale prices* We respectfully solicit a coll. St. Louis, May 16, 1852. Jt-Jy north-western book store. Joseph X. Waggoner, WUOLKSALB AND RKTAIL BOOKSELLRR AND STATIONER, No. 93 Main Street, four story Brick Comer, Galena, liL *n?"Agcnry for the sab* of superior Printing Pa]>er.«Jp! Galena, May 22. 36-y F. S. NEWEL, 1 W HOLESALE & RETAIL dealer in | VY Cook, Parlor, B-x Stoves of all kinds. i I HE CHARTER OAK, lour sizes, | p«l Dl.il 1852 ilt h»i -1 v ; ry ovrn. bjki. [w, ' ftclly .m l 1.. » . l.xrm. rurnl )>y )■. .8. NhV\ EI.U. ; EFFEL’S Douh’e < Ivon, the neatest ...... , , F. 8. tu%. 4 Mjeen (.* »’••• Fere an elevated , a ov»n stove phasing to all who use H hy lh<* Mitli tactory manner work is don*- aiwl the **»«••« attendiug It, |‘n s*v»r« and t ( *r w!# by F. S. NKWKI.L.