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Bow Barnnm Purchased the Museum.
In an esevy which P. T. Barnum contributed to Freedleys Treatise on Business, be thus al ludes to the purchase of the Museum : “ In 1841, I purchased the American Musenm in New York without a dollar, for I was not worth a dollar in the world. But I was never disheartened; I always felt that I could make money fast enough, if I only 6et my mind to “ I remember meeting a friend in Broadway, a few weeks before I came in possession of the Museum. ‘ Well,' said I, ‘ Mr. A., I am going to buy the American Museum.’ ” “ * Buy it,’ said he, tor he knew I had no property, 4 what do you intend to buy it with ?’ ” “•Brass,' I replied, ‘for silver and gold I have none.' ” “It was even so. Everybody who had any | connection with theatrical, circus, or exhibi tion business, from Edmund Simpson. Manager . of the Old Park Theatre, or ll'm. Xiblo, dow n : to the most humble puppet showman of the day, knew me perfectly well. Mr. Francis Olmsted. ; the owner of the" Museum building, (now de-1 ceased,) a noble, whole-souled man as one often meets with, having consulted my references,; who all concurred in telling him 1 was r ‘ good , showman, and would do as I agreed,’ accepted j my proposition to give security for me in the ■ purchase of the Museum collection ; he appoint- i ed a money taker at the door, and crediting me towards the purchase, all the money received after paying expenses—allowing me SSO per month on which to support my family, consist ing of a wife and three children. This was my own proposition, as I was determined so to live that S6OO per annum would defray all the ex penses of my family until I had paid for the Museum. And my treasure of a wife (and such a wife is a treasure) gladly assented to the ar rangement, and expressed her willingness to cut the expenses down to S4OO per annum, if necessary. “ One day, some six months after I had pur chased the Museum, my friend Mr. Ulmstead happened in at my ticket office about VI o'clock, | and found me alone, eutiug my dinner, which I consisted of a few slices of corned beef and 1 bread that I had brought from home in the j morning. “ * Is this the way you eat your dinner V he i inquired. “ 4 1 huve not eaten a warm meal since I bought the Museum, except on the Sabbath,’ I replied ; 4 and I iutcml never to eat another un til I get out of debt.’ “‘Ah! you are safe, and will pay for the Museum before the year is out,’ he replied, slapping me familiarly on the shoulder. “And he was right, for in less than a year from that period 1 was in full possession of the Museum os my own property: every cent paid i out of the profit of the establishment. Had 1 | been less economical and less determined, my expenses would have kept pace with my iji-: come ; I should have lost much valuable "time in going home every day to my dinner, and my present situation would probably have beeu very different from it is.’’ Anecdote of President Tti.er.— lt is rela ted of ex-President Tyler, that from the time of his election to the V'ice Presidency until the death of General Harrison, he kept no carriage, on account of the insufficiency of his salary.— When, however, he found himself accidentally elevated to the Chief Magistracy, the former difficulty being removed, he at once determined to set up an equippage. He accordingly bought a pair of horses, and engaged a coachman, and then began to look out for a vehicle. Hearing of one for sale which belonged to a gentleman residing in Washington, and which had only been driven a few times, the President went to I look at it. Upon examination he was perfectly satisfied with it himself, but still he thought i"t more prudent, before purchasing it, to take the opinion of his Hibernian coachman upon it. Pat reported that it was “jist the thing for his 1 honor.” •‘But, ’ said Mr. Tyler, “do you think it would be altogether proper for the* President of the United States todrive a second-hand carriage!!” 44 And why not?” answered the Jehu ; sure and ye'r only a second-hand President.'’ A clergyman, who was consoling a young widow on the death of ln-r husband, spoke in a very serious tone, remarking that he w as - one of the few. Such a Jewel of a Christian. You cannot find his equal, you know. ’’ To w hich the sobbing tair one replied, with an almost broken heart, “I don’t know, but I’ll try.” The editor of the Norfolk Democrat is a lucky man. He uses flowery language, to wit: ‘-Some person has sent us as line a barrel of flour as ever was made into bread. It is of the finest bolted wheat; but whether the owner is a bolt er or not, we cannot say. We intend to sift the matter to the bottom—bf the barrel. It may be that it was sent for the purpose of stopping our mouth ; but wc fear that cannot be done so easily.” Losing One’s Identity— lt was said by War ren Hastings, speaking of the power of Burke's elotiuenee and sarcasm, when the former was on trial of impeachment before the British Parli ament. relative to his conduct as Governor Gen eral of British India, that altho’ perfectly con scious of his innocence of the charges preferred against him, he began, while listening to the scathing denunciations of the great orator, al most to doubt his own identity; to loathe him self, and to believe himself "to be the vilest scoundrel that had ever contaminated the earth by his presence. A Timely Warning.— The senior editor of the Amherst Cabinet, speaking of the rigid scrutiny which the characters of the Presiden tial candidates are undergoing, very devoutlv exclaims: “ How careful, then, we all ought to be as to what manner of persons we are, lest we may some time or other become candidates for the Presidency, to which we are all liable in this land of liberty, obligation and responsibility." Is it Trie.— The Springfield Republican states that there is a story current in that city, that a gentleman not unknown in business cir cles is living on a cracker a day. by the direc tions of the spirits, anti that he is so feeble as to be hardly able to walk. It is also said that there is a most worthy citizen in a beautiful town in Wocester county, who has lived for years on a per diem diet" of a cup of coffee, a pinch of snuff, and the Boston Atlas, and that he is entirely sane and in fine condition. The Boston Herald says that a 44 striped pig " dodge, in the shape of an omnibus ride for four pence and the liquor gratis, was started at the muster at Milford, on the 2d inst. A new toy for the amusement and exercise of children, has been invented, called the “ Xur sery-Y acht.” It has a see-saw movement, and is quite safe, and promises to rival the - babv jumper. ” A Good Hit. —Theodore Parker sars: 44 Mr. Leaning-both-ways is a popular politician in America, just now sitting ou the fence between Honesty and Dishonesty, and like the blank leaf between the Old anti New Testament, be longing to neither dispensation.” A Present to Gen. Pierce.— Mr. J. Gillott. an extensive flour dealer in Cleveland, a very influential citizen, and a Democrat from hi’s youth, recently sent a barrel of extra brand *Y Ur ij° General Pierce, with a message that he roould vote for Gen. Scott. We don t believe ‘?<>ked very amiable while swallowing the bread made from that flour. The question why printers do not succeed in business as well as brewers, was thus answered Because printers w-ork for the head, and bjew ers for the stomach, and where twenty mJn have stomachs, but one has a head.” ’ Novel Suit. —The heirs of Robinson Crusoe have instituted a suit to recover the Island" of Juan Fernandez, founding their claim upon the ground that he was 44 monarch of all he survey ed.” The answer put into the suit is, that he was never a surveyor at all, but only a strand ed sailor, and tenant at will by circumstance. The less brains one has, the more noise he maltee in the world. A full carriage rolls along quietly, but an empty one rattles and incessantly. A drum is one of the ftSTo?emptK thC W ° rld ' beCaUße Uiß brim jtw&ama H. F. M CXOSKEY, WHOLESALE GROCER, COMMISSION AND FOR-j WARDING MERCHANT, Importer of Wine*, Liquor*, Cigar*, etc., Xq. 3*2 Levee, Catena. 11l- TS NOW RECEIVING HIS LARGE 1 -1 and well selected stack of Groceries, Provisions Wine#, I Liquors etc., which he offer* to the trade at the lowest I market rate* for cash. ; 2*25 hhds X O sugar 150 bbl* green applf • , 200 bbls clarified do 50 bales hatting 100 bbl# loaf, crushed and 50 bids butter cracker* j powdered sugar 60 1001 b bxs codfish 172 bids St Louis S H mo- 75 501 bdo do lasses 126 261 bdo do 100 bbls plantation molasses 250 bxs Scotch herring 150 “ S OS H do 15 cases sardiue# 75 “ Syrup do 72 dm buckets 25 kegs Golden Syrup (lo 60 licet* tubs 350 bags Rio coffee 126 colls* rope 75 i>avks Java coffee 150 dor. bed cords 15 “ Mocha do 50 doz plow line# 35 bags Maracaibo coffee 100 bales* oakum 60 bf che*ts Y H tea 60 bbU roein 75 do Imp do 75 do pitch ■4O do (i P do 50 do tar 125 131 b bxt Imp do 375 kgs assorted nails 100 do G P do 50 do spikes 100 do Yll do 76 bx» qt and pt flasks 250 61b G P Y II aud Imp do 50 do ass-d tumblers 125 21b Caddys tea *25 do ass’d decanters 75 bbls nos 1,2 At 3 mackl 50 do spice Jars ; 60 hf qr and l-Bth bbls do 125 do Virginia tobacco 05 kib* salmon 75 do Mo do 75 do mackerel 125 cases Va do 20 bbls pickled herring 100 bxs smoking do 26 drums codfish 26 bids ** do 250 bxs palm soap 15 bxs Scaffarlati do 60 bxs variegated do 25 do Vennicella 75 do shaving do 30 do Maccaroni 200 do mould candles 26 csks /.ante currants 100 do dipt do 28 bxs spice chocolate 75 do star do 250 lbs dried cherries 60 hr bxs star do 6 cases preserve) 1 ginger 50 qr 44 do 25 bbls S S almonds 50 bxs solar do 15 do Alberts 25 bxs sperm do 30 do pecans 100 bib bxs solar candles 10 do pea uut* 126 bxs pipes 15 do Brazil nuts 40 bxs fancy stone pipes 10 do Eng walnuts 75 bales candle wick 75 bxs pt and qt pep sauce 50 do wrapping twine 35 do walnut catsup 30 bxs ground spice 15 cases table salt 30 do do pepper X ginger *25 do assM pickles 1 150 mats cassia 200 bjt* .M raisins 1 bbl nutmegs 150 hr bxs do 1 do cloves 100 qr do do 26 bxs citron 500 drums Smyrna tigs 150 gross blacking 25 nests cov’d bucket* j 100 dux blacking brushes 25 bxs clothes pins 50 scrub brushes 50 nest* clothes baskets 25 casks Boston >aleratus 30 tierce* rice 30 bag# pepper and spice 250 mis and bals wrap paper 75 doz zinc wash board# 60 do letter do 500 'lags assorted shot 25 do cap do 1000 lbs bar lead 75 gross assM playing cards 600 kegs rifle powder 10,000 gunny bags 300 do blasting do 50 bbl* vinegar 15 cases canister do lo do lard oil 250 M percussion caps 10 hhds whale and sperm oil i 22 bbls oysters 25 bn- kets olive oil 60 cases asst’d preserves 15 cases P A cheese 60 bxs Eng dairy cheese 160 bxs IV K do 250 bush dried apples 25 do soda cracker# 75 do do peaches 50 do do do 150 bxs lemon* aud oranges 500 bags G A salt 35 doz broom* 125 do L H do 36 bxs ink 360 do dairy do • 60 do candy 250 bbls hydraulic cement i 25 bxs lemon syrup 300 do mess pork 126 gross matches 60 do lard 60 bx* prune# 150 kgs do 76 do mustard 10.000 lbs dried beef 50 cases mustard 175 kg* butter 25 bxs tomato cat*up 75,000 lbs hams and should** 60 do starch 1,000 lbs 8 F flour 300 do window glass, asst’d WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 60 qr casks B port wine 100 bxs Cuba cigar# 10 qr do Sicily Maderia 60 do flue imported regalia 10 casks pure Juice P wine 15 qr casks united propric -6 do old sherry dark do tors brandy 25 do Malaga do 10 hf ps Of aid and Co brandy : 6do old pale sherry do 16 qr pipes assiguette do I 6 do London dock do sde Moreau do i lOdoOporoto do 10 hf casks champagne do ! 10 do Lisbon Madeira do 6qr do Megglery do 6 do cherry bounce do shf do Goddard d<* 6do Teneriffe do lOqr do Hennessey d-j ] 125 bk’s tlledsleck champg'n 10 qr do Hatteau do ; 75 casks Rhineish wine 6qr do Pellevoisln d.» 50 do claret do 10 qr do ,T J Dupuy do I 150 bxs Newark cider 6qr do Ala Monderedo i 150 do claret wiue 10 pps Otard &Co do , 150 do llaut Pautene very line vintige, 1793. j 6 qr ca-ks Muscat wine 50 l-BiUcsk*s!gnette brandy 1 50 bxs white wine 75 bbls X Y do' , 25 baskets Hock Rhine do 10 do old Va peach do : 25 do Broker’s & Bankers 590 do Ohio whiskey sup champagne 60 do old Bonrbou do 15 cases abysynth 75 do Mouongahela do 15 bxs ereoso 25 do Rye do 10 cases orange Juice 2 punch Scotch do 25 casks London porter, pis 3 do Irish do » ,M 1 qts 3 pipes pure Swan giu 30 csks Scotch ale, pt# & qts 25 bbls N E rum 16 casks brown stout 1 puclt pure Jamaica rum i 350 M regalia cigars Ido do St Croix do j 26 M principe do 25 bbls Baltimore gin* Agent for a Galena and St. Louis and Galena and St. Paul Packet Line of Steamers. I Gal lia, May 15, 1852. 34-v HYDRAULIC CEMENT. 'THESUBSCRIBER HAVING BEEN ; -A appointed agent for the sale of Louisville Cement, ; will keep a large supply on hand, and will be sold at a I small advance from manufacturer* prices, Gal im. may 16. H F McCLOSKET. AMERICAN MILLS. THE SUBSCRIBER HA VING BEEN appointed agent for the above mills, will keep con stantly ou hand a supply of ‘‘Extra Family Flour,” War ranted superior to any flour Bold in this market- Galena, may 15. H F McCLOSKUT. ' lAEMIJOHNS—ISO, 1,2, 3, 4 and 5 galls, received per Excelsior, and lor sale by II F M’CJLOS»KEY* f"* OF FEE—3SO bags Rio coffee just re v-/ ceived per Golden Era, and for sale by II F M’Closkey. 'TOBACCO—I2S bxs. Virginia, rec’d A- and for sal-by H F M’Clo*key. IGS—SOO drums received and lor sale *- by II F M’CLOSKEV. KICE —25 tierces rec'd per Golden Era ALLRATUS—2S bxs. Boston Salera »«-> tus rcc’.l ami fur sale by Ilf M’Closkey. Mackerel —j 5 bCis. No. 1, 2 and 3 mackerel, rec’d per Gulden Era, and for sale ty _ 11 F M’Closkev. , | EA—l5O hf. chests G. P. Imp. and A- Y II tea rec’d p r Gulden Era, and fur sale by _ _____ H F Jl’Closkey. I 'URRANTS—2Scasks Currants rec'd per Golden Era, and fur sale by II F M’Closkev. U LRRING—22S bxs. Scotch Herring rec’d per Golden Era, and formate by H F M’Closkey. l> AISINS—2S bxs. M. R. R aisins, rec’d 14 and for sale by n F M’Closkey. X\i INE—ISO casks Claret and White V V Wine, rsc’d and lor sale by II F M’Closkev. "DACON—SO casks Hams and Shoul ,lßrs; rec’d per Bon Accord, and for sale by it F M’Closkev. jVI GLASSES—IOO bbls. rec’d and for XTXsaleby II F M’Closkev. (RANDLES —150 bxs. Star Candles, rec’d per Wisconsin, and for sale by II F .M’Closkev. 'PAR—SO bbls. Tar, rec'd per Wiscon- X. sin, and for sale by _ It F M’Closkev. f ARD 50 bbls. Leaf Lard rec'd per fl-J Wisconsin, and for sale by II F M’CLOSKEV. R() BOXES Pint and quart Flasks, rec'd and for sale by H F M’Closkev. f 'IDER "\ INEGAR—Received and for sale by H F M’Ci.oskev. UJ.UNNIES —10,000 Gunny Sacks rec’d per Bun Accord, ami for sale by II F M’Closkev. f)RIED BEEF—I 0.000 lbs. Dried Beef -S-' rec’d per Bon Accord, and for sal.- by ■ - II F M’Closkev. ( —SO bxs. Oranges, rec’d F bb,s ' extra superfine Fam liy, rccM per Excelsior, and for aale by H F M’Closkev. T KEGS prime Leaf Lard, rec’d ner ISj Excelsior; for sale by n. F. M’Closkev. Hams and shoulders—2o di; rec’d per Excelsior, and for aale by H F M’Closkev. I\/I ESS PORK—3OO bbls. on hand, and I*-*. for sale by H. F. M’Closkev. ItkOAP —250 bbls. Yellow, rec’d per Ex v ' F.xceUlor, and for zale by H F M’Closkev. f 'ANDLES—IS(Jbxs. Mould, rec’d and for .ale by _ U F M’Closkev. fIREEN APPLES—IOO bbls. in store, aDd '“ r »»■« ty H F M’Closkey. SV GAR — 55 hhds. fair to prime N. O. Sugar, rec’d per Wyoming, and for sale by H F M’Closkey. C ctSv' 000 La Union Regalia dodo; 10,000 w '“ hlD * ,on 00 Union dodo; s^oLa “i rl » "o ** dodo; 7,000 La N^o^ldo^ s iSo 10 p ,^, , s L ‘ Almel,l ‘ do; rec* per wy«tof; for ..le Vy f xwS.'ZT* aa agggfc B- M- CAMPBELL, *• JOBES. B. H. CAMPBELL ic CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, FORWARDING AND COM- 1 MISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS, No. 35 Levee. a Ga)eua, 111. ALSO) AGENTS FOR GALENA AND MINNESOTA IT. S. MAIL LINE. Nominee, Capt. O. Smith, leave* Galena, Monday*, at 12 o% 1- ck. Ben Campbell, Capt. Lodwlck, leaves Galena, Fridays, at 12 o’clock. Doctor Franklin, Capt. R. Blakeley, leaves Galena, Wednesdays, at 12 o’clock. Good* snipped to go by the above Line, for w arced ir-eof charge.*^ FRESH GROCERIES. The subscribers are now recel\ ing their Spriug stock of Groceries, Provision#, | Liquor, Glassware, Ac., Ac., which we will sell very low, and would respectfully .nvite your attention lo our stock . and prices before purchasing elsewhere. We have in store ih - following article# : •2ss hhds sugar 100 bbl* cider vinegar I 260 bbls clarified sugar 200 bxs candles i 75 bbl# crushed, powdered 26 bxs sperm candles ! and loar sugar . 50 bxs star do i 200 bbls mo|»s#e# 600 bbls flour , 100 bf-bbls do 300 bbl# pork • 15 bbls golden syrup 60 bbl* lard 25 hf-bbls do 100 kegs do 30 kegs do 30 bxs starch 350 sacks Rio, Lagulra and 10 balesGuimie* Java coflee 300 bxs raisin# 60 lif-chest# Imp, Y n and 200 hf-bxs do black tea 200 qr-bxs do 300 caddies Imp, Y II and 60 tierces rice black tea 100 bbls dried apple# 76 M a>#ortcd cigars 60 bbls dried peaches 20u dot bed cords 300 hf-bxs glass 100 coil# rope 10,000 lights sash 60 bale* oakum 10 bales hops 500 bbls seine twine 50 bxs pint flask# 60 coils lath twine 26 do tumbler# 250 bbls whiskey 20 doz decanters 30 ilo Bourbon whiskey 50 doz wine glass*# 30 do Monoiigaliela do 20 doz champaign glasses 26 do Am brandy 10 doz lanterns 25 do N K rum 160 bxs cheese 20 qt cks port wins 100 neats tubs 29 do Malaga do 100 doz bucket# 10 do Maderia do 25 casks saleratu* 10 do Sherry do 39 bxs almond# 2 pipe# Holland gin 25 frails do 1 do St Croix rum 20 bbls Alberts . 10 ht-plpe* brandy 15 bbls Eng walnuts j 20 qr-pipes do 20 bxs maccaroni j3O 1-4 do do 50 cross lamp wicks ! 25 baskets champaign 100 rms letter and cap paper 75 bxs champaign cider 300 rms wrapping do 10 bxs Muscat wiue 30 bxs clothe# pin# 69 bxs Claret 30 bxs ground ginger 10 bxs Annesctte 26 bxs extracts, assorted 100 bbls Dayton ala 10 bbl* lard oil ! 100 lbs iKlnglas# 10 bbls linseed oil 20 bx# preserves 10 bbl* sperm do } 25 basket* olive oil 100 market baskets ! 25 bxs pickles 76 bbls mackerel ; 20 bug* P' ppcr 76 hf-bbls do 15 Nags spice 40 qr-bbl* do | 40 ck* currants 100 kilt* do ! 1 bbl cloves 100 kitts salmon 1 do nutmegs 26 drums codfish 100 lbs mace 100 bxs do 25 bxs chocolate 100 bxs herring >" 400 kegs nails 100 small bxs tobacco 30 bxs ground pepper 100 large do do 20 bxs do spice 40 bxs smoking do 16 bxs cassia 25 bx* flue cut ch’ng tobacco 500 lbs cassia in mat# 10 bxsscnflarlaU do 50 doz scrubbing brushes 100 bx* pipes 25 doz shoe do 30 bxs brandy cherrie* 500 M gun cap# 100 doz zinc washboards 16 ca>e# sardines 50 bbl* tar 30 bbls oyster# 25 bbls pitch 30 bx# Ink 26 bbls rosin 30 bales twin* 60 bxs lemon# 30 do wick ing 10 case* prunes 300 drums rtgs 600 sacks salt 200 demijohns B. 11. CAMPBELL A CO. No. 35 Levee. Galena, May 16, 1552. 34-y R. S. Harris & Co. WHOLESALE A.NO RETAIL GROCERS, Forwarding and Commission Merchants. BOAT STORES. ALSO, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PURE BRANDY, WINES, CIGARS, Ac. HAVE on hand and are constantly l receiving the following, which we are prepared to sell cheap and on terms that cannot fail to suit purchasers. SUGARS AND MOLASSES. 40 hhds* X. O. Sugar, 50 bbls. S 11 Molasses, 100 bbls clarified A A Bsugar 50 lit bbls S H do 50 do 44 OXOO do 20 kegs do do 20 do crushed do 20 hf bbls do do 10 do pulverized do 10 kegs Golden Svrup, COFFEE AND TEA. 100 sacks Rio Coffee, 76 bxs Imperial Tea, 30 sack* Java do 50 61b bxs do do 30 44 Lagulra do SO bx# Gl* do 10 “ St. Domlnuo Coffee, 40 61b bx* G P do 20 “ Havana Green do 40 6 A 131 b bx* YII Tea, 10 bx* ground do 30 bxs blk Oalmo do 6 “ Manilla do 10 do do very fine do PORE. ANI) BACON. 100 bbls Mess Pork, 600 Sugar Cur d I lame, i 30 do Prime do 10 casks clear Sides, 40 hf bbl* Family Pork, 10 do Shoulder*. COD FISH, MACKEREL. Ac. 25 bbls No l Mackerel, 6 drum* Cot! Kish, 20 do No 2 do 60 bx# do do 16 do No 3 do 50 kit# Salmon, 50 kit* No 1 do 100 bxs Herring, CANDLES AND SOAP. 200 bxs Mould Caudles, 100 bxs Palm Soap, 50 do dipt do 75 do Family do 100 do Star do 125 do Quincy Yellow, 10 do Adamantine Candles, 50 do Variegated do PICKLES AND CATSUP. 25 bxs assorted Pickles, 25 l x* Tomato Catsup, 5 do Cabbage do 5 do Walnut do sdo Plcolila do 5 do Mushroom do SPICKS AND EXTRACTS. 20 bxs ground Pepper, 40 doz Extract of l.cmou, I 10 do ground Pimento, 10 do do Vanilla, ! sdo do Cassia 30 do do Cloves, j 30 matt* do 10 do do Rose, TABLE KRUIT AND PRESERVES. • 16 bxs Cherries, 10 bx* preserved Pear#, 10 do Peaches. 10 do Quinces, j 10 do Strawberries, 10 do assorted Jellies, 10 do Apricots, 10 do Jams, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. | 50 bxs Virginia Tobacco, 100 bxs Choice Ilegalla, vis: i2O do Missouri do 20 do Jennv Lind, | 25 do UAH smoking 20 do Napoleon, 50 do GAW do 10 dO I.a Union, 5 do S L chewing do 50 do Washington, 10 do Xecfarlna do 60 do Principe, 5 do Gold Leaf do 60 do Cuba Sixes. WINES AND LIQUORS. 20 hf pipes Brandies, viz: 6qr ck* Burgundy Port, 4hr do Otard, pure 6qr do Pure Juice do 4 lif p*Pinet,Ca*tillur Aco 1 pipe Swan Giu, | 4 do Gotard, 100 bids rectified Whiskey, i 4 do J J Duprey, 40 do Mon’la and Rye do 1 do First Proof 10 bxs Champagne Cider, 1 20 do Brandy 50 do Claret, j 40 Bth pipes Brandy, 10 do Stoughton, 1 20 bx» Brandy Cherries 10 do Peppermint, 10 do Peaches, *2 qr casks Malt Wine, J 10 du Ab-inth*, lo bx. stomach bitters, SIMP CHANDLERY. ' 100 cull -ass’d Xan’laCoMap-MO Tackle Blocks assorted 60 de Tar’d 600 II ovks mid Thimbles, ’ ! 25 de Ilcinp lOOC'apstan Bant, assorted, ; ao ruts Packing Yarn, 200 Yawl and Skiff Dare, i ! 25 cells Cotton Hope, ass’d 600 SctiinK Poles, 2 de le-ad Lille lt -iop 200 S'H’k’ t', 2 do do Cotton 10 pair Cant Hooks 2 tie Hell Hope Hemp, 50 Sheaves, plant & bushed 2 do Wheel Rope, 25 do lor Tiller Rope. 5 doz Dick Buckets, 10 doz lllckorv Brooms, Cum Packing, all sizes, Guskct Patter," 2U bbls Tar, 60 bbls pitch and Rosin, 200 kegs lar 60 bales Oakum, 60 do wriet Spikes, ass'd 1000 lbs Spun Yam & Marlin SO Wood Pomps, 26 Caulking Alallets SCSDRIKS. ; 200 sacks G A Salt, doo hbls Family Flour, ; 30 tie 1.8 do 20 cases Matchr., I SO de Dairy Salt, 20 bxs Pepper Sauce I 10 cases do sdo Green Cu a and Peas i 1000 gal Sperm Oil, 10 do Lemon Syrup, | 20 bbls l-ird do 6 do Orange Water, I 10 Ilf bbls laird Oil, 20 do Starch, | 10 bbls Linseed do 6 tierces Rice, 6 do Tanners’ de 100 bxs Bby 10 Glass, S Baskets Olive do 80 do 10 by 12 do i •WO cans Sardines, lo do 11 by 15 do , 500 do Fresh Oysters, 50 do 12 by 18 do ! 20 Nest’s W Tubs 1000 JIM Lathe Twine, | 20 doz Painted Buckets, 20 121 b cans M ustard, I 6 casks Saleratus, 30 bxs do 1 20 bxs do 30 do Pipes I 50 bbls Cider Vinegar, 20 do Collins’ Axes 60 rans Lobsters anil Clams*ooo lbs Bar Lead, ; 00 kegs Blasting Powder 100 pigs do 00 do Kifle 20 bxs Jenny Lind Candy 50 do 1 annon 20 do assorted Brandv do 520 doz cans Sporting do 50 kegs I .an I, 100 do Brooms, assorted 60 Firkins Butter, 00 rms wrap’s Paper,ass’d 10 bxs Ginger 20 dz Writing Paper. 20 bbls S S Almonds, 260 gross playing cards, 10 do Brazil Nuts, 250 bxs W It Cheese, 10 do Pea Nuts, 25 do E D do 10 do Filberts, 250 kegs Nalls, assorted, 20 bales Wrapping Twine, 60 drums Figs 200 lbs Seine do 20 bbls Pilot Bread, 200 do Sack do 2 dz Husk Matts. 100 bxs Raisins, 2 do Manilla Matt,, 50 hf bxs Raisins, 6 do Butter prints, 6 casks Rafsins, ® . d “ , 20 gross Lamp Wick, 20 do Scrub Brushes, aa»’d 200 lbs Candle Wfck, J 5 Ptn9 ’ 20 blue and black Ink, 10 dz shoe brushes, 20 do ui«,.vinf. ’ 10 do Zinc Wash Birds, % £ I . o i°. P v! l ?. ,Br^ he8 ’ 10 bx« Clotheapkis, * S ?? 80 dot Bed Cords, sdo Jelly Moulds, 6 ( | 0 Mouse and Rat Traci GOO lbs live Geese Feathers, Sdo CoffeeMmL P ’ 6 bxs Cayenne Pepper, 5 kegs Salt Petre. GOO bushels Plasterers’ Hair 1000 gala Stone Ware, 100 M Gan Capa, 200 sacks Shot, assorted, W 0 lbs Nutmegs, 2 doz Oil Cans, 10 bxs Verraacilla, 100 bbls Louisville Cement, 10 dz Macaroni, 2 dot Selves, 10 do Coopers’ Isinglass, 6 bxs Curiso, 10 do Shred do 20 do Yeast Powders, 20 bxs Chocolate GO bbls Cracktn, 100 do iDdigo, G case* Prone.. Galena, Jane 6, ISM—STy SSOO CHALLENGE. VU HATEVER concerns tile health and * * happlne## ol a people 1* st all times of the most valuable importance. I take it for granted that every person will do all in their power to save the live* of their children, and that every person will endeavor lo promote their own bealih at all sacrlfires. I feel U to be my duty to solemnly assure you that Worms, according to the o pinion oi (he most celebrated Physician, are the primary causes or a large majority of disease* to which children and adult# are liable; il you have an appetite continually changeable from one kind of food to another. Bad Breath, Pain in the Stomach, Picking at the Nose, Hardness ami Fullness of the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever, pulse Ir regular—remember that all these denote Worms, and you bhonld at once apply the remedy:— HOBENSACK’S WORM SYRUP. An article founded upon Scientific Principles, compound ed with purely vegetable unbalances, being perfectly safe j when taken, and can be given to the nn»t tender iniant i w *th decided beneficial effect, where liowt l Complaint * and Diarrhea have made them weak and debilitated the ! Tonic properties of my worm Syrup are such that It stand* without an equal in the catalogue of medicines, In giving ! tone and strength to the stomach, which makes It an in ! fallible remedy for those afflicted with Dyupepgia, the as tonishing cures performed by tiii* syrup after Physicians have failed, is the best evidence of its superior efficacy ever .ill others. THE TAPt WORM. | Till* i* the rno#t difficult Worm to destroy of all that in ; f e - vt Hie human system; it grows to an almost indefinite length, K* com ing so coiled and fastened in the intestines • stomach, affecting the health *o *adlv as to cause St. Vitus Dunce, Fits, &c., that those afflicted seldom if ever \ »»»Pect that it i* Tape Worm hastening them to an early ; grave. In order to destroy thi# worm, a very energetic ; treatment must be put sued, it would therefore be proper j take 6toß of ray liver Pill# so as to remove all obstruc » tlon#, that the Worm syrup may act direct upon the Worm, , which must be taken in dote# of 2 tablespooufuis 3 time* a day ; those directions followed have never been known ! to f&il in curing the most obstinate case of Tape Worm. Hobensack’s Liver Pills, No part of the system is more liable to disease than the Liver, it serving a> a fliterer to purify the blood, or glv • ing the proper secretion to the bile; go that any wrong f action of the Liver affect# the other ini|(ortant part* of the system, and results variously, in Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, etc. We should, therefore, watch every symptbm that might indicate a wrong action of the. : Liver. These Pills being comjMsed of Root* and I’lanU } furnished by nature to heal the sick: Namely, Ist, an Ex -1 pcctorant, which augments the secretion from the Pui • monary mucus membrane, or promotes the discharge of j secreted matter. 2d. An Alterative, which change# in Mile inexplicable and insensible manner the certain mor bid action id the system. 3d. A Tonic which gives tone and strength to the nervous >ystern, renewing health and vigor to ali part* of the body. 4th. A Cathartic which act* in perfect harmony with the other ingredient*, and . operating on the Bowels, and expelling the whole mass of j corrupt and vitiated matter, and purifying the Blood, which destroy# Uisea.se and restores health. To Female*. Ton will find these Pill* an invaluable medicine In many complaints to which you are subject. In obstruction*, ei ther total or partial, they have been found of inestimable ben “fit, restoring their functional arrangements to a heal thy aciion, purifying the blood and other fluids so effec tually to put to flight ail complaints which may arise from female irregular!ties, as headache, giddiness,* dimness of sight, pain in Hr*- side, back, etc. None genuine unless signed <»J. N- Hobcnsack,” all oth ers being base imitation. £3* Agents wishing new supplies, and Store Keepers desirous of becoming Agents mu-d address the Proprietor, J. N. Hobcnsack, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by J. U. STEVENS & C >, SCARRITT & MASON’S SPRING ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1852. WE ARE NOWIN RECEIPT OF » * the largest and best assorted stock of FI'RN ITI R K and UPHOLSTERY, we have ever had; which we offer to wholesale and retail dealer* at the verj lowest price-, and feel confident we cannot fall to meet*their appr .ba tiou. in connection with our m tnufacluring, we purchase from all the best markets, East or West, thus keeping pace with all improvements in our line, and enabling us to of fer a great variety of late styles at the lowest price*. O n Warehouse is large: this with other facilities everv wav equal, enables us to keep a large stock at all tnwesl thus offering great inducements to Wholesale Dealers. We Invite attention to a large slock of sot.ts, sofa bods, lounge*, bureaus, wardrobes, divan.-, rocking and parlor chairs, cane-seat chairs, table.-, bedstead-, office and e;t-v chairs, wire aud tin safes, spring, hair, cotton, mo#*, jx>- line and husk MATTRESSES, with a complete assortment of UPHOLSTERY, all of our own make, and every at tide warranted, thus making a perfect assortment or desirable PARLOR, HOTEL, BED ROOM AND KITCHEN FUR NITURE, To which we are continually receding additions, thus keeping our stock large and complete, and insuring old- r.- tilled without delay. SCAR HITT’S PATENT SOFA BED. wKi.i. ..■vß.nz.ic.Mru me m<i»i uesiraoic article of the kind ever produced, alway* on hand or made to suit your taste at short notice. The attention of all hou.-eket-p«-rs, hotel-keepers, steamboat officers, and the public in -'en eral, is requested to an examination, when we think they w ill each and all say wc are correct. TO DEALERS. H> riffer at Wholesale— -206 Bureaus, 200 Children’s chairs, 100 Sofas, ioo Office chairs, 100 Mahogany rockers, too U illow chairs, 60 Rosewood and inahog- UK) Willow cradles, any easy chairs, 100 Tin and wire safes. 200 Mahogany parlor chair. 300 ILsistcads; 200 Canc-scat rocking do; 260 Dining and breakfast la -200 Wood seat do do; htes, 1,000 Cane-seat chairs, 200 Work stand., 1,000 Wood-scat do 100 Sewing stands, Lc. \\ e have made arrangements for a continued large su;>- ply of the above and all oilier articles in our line, and confidently say don’t « go furl Iter, as you may fare worse.” Please call and examine, al No. GO Washington Ave- SCARRITT is MASON. • s| 1-ouis, May 1. 33-2 m LATEST ARRIVAL FRF.SU GROCERIES'. D EY & FARMER. Roberts street , next -LV U«M»r to tin World’* Fair, have Just received per Dr. Fraukliu No. 2, their sect<ud sprin* st<K-k «»f tresh Family Gmcerie#, Provision*, &c., which they will bell at their U'Ual cheap rate*. Our supply is now superior t«> any ever brought te this market; and we confi dently appeal to our torin r customer* for a continuance of their lavors, knowing that tliuse who have imrcliaaed of u* once will not fail to come again. _may 22. KEY & FAKMKK. TDXTRA superfine War Eagle Flour— J-J A supply on hand, which we can sell at the most ac coifnnudating rate*. KEY &. FAKMKK. PORK —.An excellent article for Fan* Uy »S''j for sale by KEY & FARMER. r FEAS—Fresh Teas, received at New A York by tbe late quick trips of the “Clipper llect,” only ninety days Iruin Cautun, the best in market. ItKY tc FARMER. j\/| ACC A ROM AND VERMICELLI 4- * A —A new supply of fresh and good, rec’d per Frank lin No. 2, for sale by HEY b- FARM Eli. RAISINS — Fresh M R. Raisins, of this Spring’s importation, rec’d f>er Franklin No. 2, for sole W ItKY tc EAlt ME It. DRIED FRUlT — Apples and Peaches, a umst superior article, fur sale by lIEY N FARMER. IYTAILS—Of all sizes, from the best i- 71 manufactories in tlie country, f°r &ale at very low rates by KEY A FAKMKK. i HILDREN'S Carriages and Willow y Ware of all kinds, purchased at the manufactory, and for sale by KEY U FARMER. i ANDLES AND SOAP.—Star and v- mould candle* and the best quality of soap f<ir *ale by KKY X FARMER. ' pOTTON BATTING—A good •apply J on hand. IKT k FARMER. ;\/| ANILLA CORDAGE —For sale by l* 3 REY A FARM ER. ( 'OFFEE AND SUGAR—S'nclTof both largely replenished by arrival of FranWUn No. 2, every variety of these article# for sale by REV a FARMER. L £ CLAIRE FOUNDRY, DAVENPORT, IOWA. THE PROPRIETORS of the above A establishment would call the attention of mfll-wrights and mill-owners, with other# that may want mat liln< r>' to the fa t that they are ready to furnish various kinds ot work at their establishment viz : Mm Gearing for flour and saw mills, hoisting and light er screws, reaction water wheels of different kinds, horse powers, thresher* and separators, fanning mill,coin sliel lor, plow and cultivator castings, wagon hubs, arms and boxes, grates for windows, pavements and parlors, fronts for store and warehouses, columns, plain or fluted sqiiare or round, boat and mill engine*, large or small, horizon tal or upright, slide or lever cut-off'; Blacksmithlng and finishing, and In fact everything ordered in our line, of Iron brass, composition or babbit metal. Our patterns are all new, and mill-wrighta ordering ma chinery can have It In the latest and best style. We do not Intend to be surpassed by any e>tabllsbment, for nrat nens of proportion, or strength and durability. Care and experience will be exercised lu selecting, mixing, and smelting of metals, to make It satisfactory to the purcha ser and creditable to the manufacturer. LB CLAIRE, DAVENPORT & CO. Davenport, May 22, 1862- 36-4 m Choice Lands for Sale. \\l E have several tracts of choice farm ' ' tag lands, a short distance from St. Paul, which we wish to sell on reasonable terms. ALSO, A tract of heavily-timbered bottom land, on the Mlaslsslppl, oppoelte Little Crow village, four tulles below ML. Paul. This tract oilers rare inducements to persons wishing timber for manufacturing purposes and flrewaed. Apply to WILLOCGHBT A POWERS, Ltrciy Stable, Robert! Street. CHEAP CASH STORE—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HARDWARE BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, FURNITURE, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. THE subscriber, by late arrivals is now in receipt ami opening in his store on St. Anthony street, near the American House, a large and mu«t complete assort ment of the above named goods, which will positively be sold ai lower prices for cash vhau ever before offered in this place. Hl* entire stock was selected with great care, and purchased In the eastern and southern market# for cash, so that he can safely assure his friends and the pub lic generally that it will be to their interests to call be fore purchasing elsewhere aud examine hi* stock, which consist* in part as follows: GROCERIES. 5 hhds N Orleans sugar, 12 chest# fine Y H tea, 12 bid* do do 17 caddie# fine imperial tea, 15 ** clarified sugar, 26- 4 * gunpowder tea, 5 ‘ 4 crushed do 25 boxes \V U cheese, 3 “ puiverized sugar. 10 ** fre*h rai.-dns, 8 S H molasses, 1 cask w currants, 10 “ X O do 10 drums fresh figs, 3 golden syrup, 5 boxes assorted candy, 13 bag* Rio coffee, 28 dozen boxes sardines, 5 Java do 20 can# oyster#, 10 bbl# rice, 5 ba.-ket* olive oil, 10 44 butter cracker#, 6 boxes assorted pickels, 6 44 No 1 mackerel, 7 44 to ..ato catsup, 3 4 * do salmond, 3 44 mushroom catsup, 10 boxes smoked herring, 3 44 walnut catsup, ** !! codfish, 6 « pepper sauce, o 0 table *a!t, 5 u lemon syrup, 10 sack* coarse salt, 10 M regalia cigars, 7 boxes X Y mustard, 12 44 Cuba 44 5 cases do 6 44 Principe 44 5 boxes .croud pepper, 16 boxes chewing tobacco, 3 44 grain do 100 dozen smoking do 3 k< al-piee, 60 lbs macaboy snuff, 2 44 cloves, 6 boxes S D pipes, 2 44 cinnamon, 15 44 matches, 8 44 wheat starch, 5 44 ginger, 16 44 No 1 soap, 5 gross Mason’s Mackiug, 2 44 castlle soap, 9 boxes ink, 2 44 fancy do 10 kegs rifle powder, ’ls * 4 mould candles, 8 dozen cans do I 7 44 star do 40 bags shot, 1 4 44 sperm do 900 lbs bar lead, [ 3 bbl# sperm oil, 10 M gun caps, 5 * 4 lard oil. 10 dozen brooms, 12 dozen axe helves, 5 44 shoe brushes, 4 44 mop handles, 6 44 scrub brushes, 4 4 * door mats, 2o 44 bedcords, 10 44 clothes line*. 8 44 painted pails, 5 44 covered buckets, 6 44 washboards, 2 44 well do 10 44 measures, 4 boxes clothe#’ pin#, 6 coils manilla rope, 6 dozen market baskets 6 dozeu wood bowls. The above enumerated goods comprise only a small portion of my stock. 1 shall keep constantly oil hand a large quantity PROVISIONS, ! such as ham-, shoulder.-, butter, lard, flour, pork, peach *•*, apples, potatoes, corn and oats. Also, WINES AND LIQUORS, I cpn-iotliig of wlil-key, brandy, port, madelra, gin, porter, I claret, cliampaigne and ale. Also, CLOTHING, a complete and fashionable assortment, made up in the best manner, and of the best material, among which are 1 overcoat’*, dr**i»s and frock coats, and vests of all kind-, : dolors and sizes; under clothing in great variety. Also, BOOTS AND SHOES, a very large and well selected assortment, too numerous |to mention. Also, HATS AND CAPS, embracing all the fall and winter styles. Also, a jrene ! ral assortment of hardware, paints, gla-s, tinware cutle ry, oils, Ac. JOHN FARRINGTON. I N S IT R A X CT E 11 v the Protection Insurance Comp.’y OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT^ INCORPORATED 1825. Capital Stock. Annual Premiums k. Western Fund iijoG.cm THE merchants and householders of St Paul and Ramsey I county, are respectfully refeired to the superior advan tages offered lor Fire and Marine Insurance, by W. P. MURRAY, Esq, The duly authorized Agent for this Company: 1»> the establishment, 26 years since of a central office at ( inomnaii, tor the prompt settlement of western and souili western losses, a careful selection, f risk-, the most unremitting attention to their dispersion, and prudence and economy in all its iran.'.actioiis, the officers of this Compa ny have had the -atisiaction of seeing the usefulness and prosperity constantly upon the increase during a long pe riod or year#. Many o"i her Companies have in the MEANTIME TAILED TO DISCHARGE THEIR JUST LI ABILITIES. HAVING BEEN WEAKENED AND FINALLY RENDERED BANKRUPT, BY A RECKLESS COURSE OF BUSINESS. Insurance Companies of this stump and character are continually springing up in various part* of the country. It is not our purpo>e (by accepting premium* inade quate ro COVER THE AVERAGE ANNUAL LOSS) to compete with such irresponsible offices, whose object would sc» in to be to collect a considerable sum troni the opera t*°n* of one or two seasons, divide the proceeds, and pay th.-ir losses, or not. as expediency may dictate. Ou the contrary, the PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, will maintain its business upon a perm a nent and RESPONSIBLE basis, and thereby secure a con tinuane* of the patronage which has hitherto been so lib ♦ rally extended. W. 11. ROBBINS, General Agent Protection Insurance Coinp’y. The undersigned, local Agent, is supplied with blank policies and renewal receipts, which will be Issued, cov ering approved risks upon reasonable terms. W. l\ MURRAY, Agent Protection Insurance Company for 8t Paul and Itaiiteey county. 8t Paul. November 13,1351—d Fresh Oysters, Straubcnies, Poaches, Sc. Edward W right. NO. 16 HILL STREET, Baltimore, Md. HAS now, and will continue to keep cons tacitly on hand, a supply of Hermetically Sealed Frc*h Cove, and SphV Covo OYSTERS of superior qualities, put up expressly for the Southern and Western trade. Also, fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Cream and Milk, (Mams,Soft and Hard Crabs, Tur tle and Diamond Back Terrapin, put up with their fine flavor, and warranted to keep iu any climate. 53*The attention of dealer* Is respectfully Invited. Oct. 17—c at SEW STOKE. FOR THE ST. CROIX RIVER TRADE. ON HAND—A selected assortment of groceries, pro visions, dry goods and ready-made clothing, hard ware and tin-ware, boot* and shoes. A general assort ment selected particularly tor the lumber trade- - ••heap for cash. On time, terms agreed to suit parties. U . il. C. FOLSOM. Taylor'* Falls, Minn., Sept. 23,1851. y MANNY X- WKI.I) WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES. 156 Main Street, St. Loui*. WOULD respectfully call the attention of dealers in Minnesota, to the largest aud most varied assort ment of 800 r* and Shoes ever offered in St* Louis— Believing that they can offer better inducement# to pur chaser*, than any other establishment; which they are willing to demonstrate upou an examination of their goods anil prices. September 24, 1951—v IRON, NAILS A STEEL, M ANTFACTt REl> BY TIIR St. Louis Rolling Mill, rrom Mixsouri Iron Moutitain Ore f HAS. VV. BOR UP lias on hand and V-/ is constantly receiving, Iron Steel olid .Nails, manu factured by the above establishment, at the following prices for cash, or approved credit: Round, square and Hat bar, 11 large size, 4 1-2 to 5 cts. Hound and square, A “ 5 1-2 to 6 1-2 Round, square and flat bar, B small size, 6 1-2 to 7 1-2 Flat bar A “ « 7 to 9 cts. Sheet Iron from No. 10 to 27 - - 5 to 7 1-2 Spring Steel, - - - - 8 eta. Rough, 9 American Blister - - - - 10 X Al l~S—lO-12-IG-20-30-40-60-60.1 per lb. 6 rta keg $1 50 “ 8 - - - do 6 1-2“ 626 “ 4 - - - do 7 eta “ 676 “ 3 - - (lo 8 “7 75 SPIRES—cut, - - - do 7 “6 76 “ wrought - - do 10 “9 60 Anvils, - - - - do n cts. j Wagon Boxen, - - do 4 1-2 Buggy “ set - - - - -70 eta, GRARAXTEED. 1 The Nails will be found on trial to be superior to any I other In market. TAKE NOTICE. ' j HOSE indebted to me by note or oth ~ erwise, will confer a favor by paying the «ame lo Truman M. biniih. R. M. BPE.NCER. Salni Paul, May 7, 1852. EIRS! lilts!! MTANTED, ten thouiand dollars .worth of Pur., for ' b ’ cb price, in cash, win be Dec. 20. WM - "• fTIKIIES. IVI emoir ellery •J-'A- Cbannlng, with an engraving. In 3 voL. For sale #y ledlc a hohkkk. T IFE ar.d Public Services of John -AA Quincy Adams, by Wm. H. Seward. Por sale by ledlc a kdhkek. UYDRAULIC RAMS, SheeUn,! ’ “ d B * f r PT£t a ™: “•> St. Paul, June 5,1852-37 y NEWELL. GRAEFEABERG COMPA- NY, MEW YORK. THE GRAEFEXBERG SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND. IS warranted ten times more efficacious, and ten times cheaper than any other known, no mat ter how large the bottle, or extravagant the advertisement#, and It 1* beyond all question the most valuable preparation of the day. So highly concentrated is it, that the du*e 1* but the half of a small t a-spoonful, while the dose of that which is Hold in large bottles is nearly a wine-glass full, and has been pronounced decidedly injurious in many cases, owing to it# liability to become sour and ferment. THE GREEN MOUNTAIN VEGETABLE OINTMENT. The power of the (ireen Mountain Vegetable Ointment Is astonishingly great. There is no medicine known that can surpass it in prompt and energetic action. Applied in sufficient quantities to the body, in the vicinity of the most highly inflamed parts, whether external or internal, It at once subdues the intiamation and pain. It will quiet the most 44 angry ” looking wounds, soften aud reduce swell ings of the hardest kind, and purify and restore to perfect soundness old and Inveterate sores. Among the diseases to which thi* wonderful Ointment i* adapted are the fol lowing : Glandular swellings, ague in the face, swelled breasts and #ore nipples of nursing women, bronchitis, felon* and ring worms, scald head, and is an invaluable dressing for burns, scalds and drawn blisters, shingles, erysipelas, plies, intiamation of the eye# yields to its power immediately; all bruisees and fresh cut wounds are cured with great rapidity, fever sore* and scrollulous sores are soon changed into a healing condition, and frequenly entirely cured. GRAEFENBERG DYSENTERY SYRUP. This celebrated and unrivalled medicine is of immediate efficacy in the most violent and obstinate coses of dysen tery, diarrhoea, bloody flux, Asiatic cholera, cholera mor bus, cholera infantum, lootk-ness of the bowels, gripings and all other irregularities of the intestiues. The cause* of the above various complaint* are various, sometimes they are atmospheric; sometime# they arise from the eating of unripe or unwholesome food; sometimes from the use of river water; sometimes from a natural predisimaitiou of the system; sometimes from teething children are frequently affected without any nothvable cause. But no matter what the origin, this syrup is sov reign, in the most sickly tropical countries a* well as the most temperate climes. The following direction# should be carefully observed. Unlike all other medicines offered for similar, complaints, tills syrup actsspeciiicul y upon the accretion*, restoring them at once to health. Other dysen tery in -divine* merely allay the more violent symptom*— this lures ! THE GRAEFENBERG CONSUMPTIVE BALM It i* beyond all question true that the Consumption (phthisic puinionaris) is a curable DISEASE. Some of tiie ablest medical writers assert this; among whom we may cite the celebrated names of Lienee, Andrul, Cruvil- Uer, Stoke* and Williams. Their researches, as well as the more recent ones of Kogee and Houdet, that so far from pulmonary tubercle being necessarily fatal, it is spon taneously cured by uaturc in a vast number of case#, even when la rye ulcere have been formed on the lung*. The great object, is to arrest the progress of the ulcers (or tubercles) upon the lungs, and to heal them perma nently. Health wilt then follow. This the Graefenberg Consumptive Balm will do, and it is believed to be tin only remedy ever discovered. It act* at once upon the tubercles and invariably arrest# their progress, and restore* the lungs to soundness, it will uotot course replace those ]H>rtk>us of the lungs already consumed, but it will heal what may be left; leaving the individual in health, though it may be with diminished lungs. DR. LIBBY’S CELEBRATED PILE OINTMENT. As prepared for the Graefenberg Company, and bearing the s.-al of that institution. None genuine unless it has the seal of the company. A CURE IS WARRAXTED . This i* # sufficient argument to induce every person suf fering under tiffs disease to try it. The money will be im mediately refunded if a cur-. 4 does not result from its use according to directions. THE GRAEFENBERG EYE-LOTION For disorders of the eye this lotion has no equal; it is com pounded upon the most scientific principles, and ha-, per formed ex ranrdinarv cure*. For violent intiainatioii, dim n ss and lading 01 the sight, weakness ot the eyes, invol untary weeping, foreign substance# in the eyes, etc., it is a positive and speedy cure. GRAEFENBERG CHILDREN’S PANACEA A most strange and incredible fact meets ns at tbe vctv threshold of our remarks mi thi* valuable medicine, it is till*: that no medicine prewired adapted to the various dis eases of children and youth lias ever been offered to the public, while at the same time It is established by the most accurate table# of mortality that one-half of the hu man family die before reaching the age of five years. We should suppose that to this great cla»s of human suf ferers—till* one-half of the race—the most anxious and earnest attention would have been given; that medical skill would have be -n tasked to il* utmost capacity to find out a medicine to which mothers and nurses might resort under the constantly recurring necessiti s which pres nt themselves in this connection. The world is literally crowded with medicines for adults but to tliesuffcriiig ot children no one has seemed to turn proper attention. No one has regarded their condition. No one has seemed to think it possible that the ravages of disease and death among them might lie stay.-d. It is true that there are numerous Vermifuges and Cordial# of #oim- value, but »M»e|» «.f thetio *ro courim d exclusively to one or two form# of disease. The Graefenberg Children’# Panacea is tbe only medicine extant to either hemisphere that is at all worthy of h ing called a Children’* Medicine; or that sup plies the great want alluded to. GRAEFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS. History o/ the Gvarftoberg Vegetable Fills—Perfec tion the result of undivided attention. Tli..- inventor of these Fills, possessing » long an<l inll m.ite ac .nniiiiance .vjtil tin human systvin, an<i will, tin nunivrotis in -.Heines to wljicl. in> a .llcal m n usuiiliy resort, stu'lKsl lor many long and wv.trisoiiie wars u.hui tin- sin gle proposition how to prepare a PII.I/which'would act in harmony with the great laws of N ature, and expel diseases without doing violence to the system. GRAEFENBERG HEALTH BITTERS. Entirely Vegetable. Skillfully and elegantly prepared by the Graefenberg Company, front a number of most purifviug, invigoratin'- and healing BOOTS, li.VIIKS, IIKBIIs and vines, gathered in the forests and prairies of America. Sold l.y J. 11. STEVENS h. UO. September I, 1851. St. Anthony Falls. NOTICE. A LL persons interested, please take 2 A notice that I have been appointed by the Court of Probate of the County of Ramsey, admlnl ß trator on the estate of John Stean, late of said countv, deceased, aud will attend to all claims or demands for or against his e#- late * THOMAS I’. KKRU, St. Paul, March 30, 1852. 3in Administrator. stoves: - Competition defied at the Cheap Stove Store On Third, between Roberts and Jackson street#. lIIA\ K now on hand a splendid assortment of stoves of the most approved patterns, among which will be foun t l.etlel’s double oven. Queen of the Prairies, Ir ving’s air-tight, Prairie Queen, Prairie State. St. l.onis air-tight, prize premium, Grecian parlor, cottage parlor Etna parlor, Saratoga box, air-tight, Bridges, ltrothel’4 sheet-iron air-tight, of all sizes and patterns, seven aud len-platc stoves. I have also a good assortment ot the following articles: hollow ware, camp kettles, frypans, hake ovens, stew pans, brass kettles, spoons, ladles, collet mills, churns, buckets, brass iron and tin candlesticks, sieves, brooms, wooden aud metal faucets; zinc, sheet iron, cupper and Japan u arc, iron and brass u ire, snuffers, trajs, snittootis, patent zinc washlamrds, wattle Irons, sad-irons, rivets, Iron ears, steel traps, sheep and con bells, spring balances, currycombs, horse cards. Also, Axes, axe haiallcs, hatchets; rip and X cut saws; shovels, spades, lire shovels, tongs, grub and garden hoes, garden scythes, pitchforks, plows, hydraulic rams, force and lift pumps, lead pipe, pig, shee t and bar lead,Russia iron, grind stones, percussion caps, pistols, hunllng-clas #c*) limiting hatchet#} Ac. Iu short, my assortment consists of almost every thing usually kept In the stove ami tinware line. It W„f the best quality, and I will sell at prices low enough tc satis fy almost any one. AH kind* of Gutter rave trough, spouting, Ac., al>o every description of Job work, at all times neatly and substantially done at my tin-*hop, at reasonable prices. F. E. COLLINS, AUCTION A COMMISSION HOUSE THE undersigned having received an Auctioneer’s Com mission from the Governor of Minnesota, has opened an Auction and Commission House, in Si. I'anl, w here he will sell on commission, (Jr-werles, Dry Go.hU, Furniture, !tc. He believes that the superior advantages at. Paul as a market, will be a sufllclenl Inducement for business men and manulacturcrs al a distance, to send their gtssls, Ac., to l>e sold on commission at private sale or at auction. Ills charges w ill be mat-rate. ’ N. It. Particular attention ,vi|i be paid to the sale of real estate, In or about St. Paul, St. Anthony, or Stlllwa- M “ rt, ‘ 6 r. E. COLLINS. REFERENCES: Gov. Alev. Ramsey, Si. Paul, Hon. h. H. Sibley, Mentloi., “ David Olmsted, Merchant, ltrnton Ct., “ J.C. Kamsey, St. Paul, ‘‘ Wm. 11. Forbes, i Elfelt A Brothers, f „ J. W. Simpson, > “crehants, st. John Karki.ngton, \ Paul. D. L. Fuller, j franklin STEELE, Mer. St. Anthony, wM, Holcombe, Ksq., Stillwater. For Rent. T'WO new frame dwellings with two lot* of ground attached to each house . g.std gardens, as It was cultivated last y £ r ’ * f r " r good log house, with live acres „f gn,uu<* '■am. 30 by 40 feet. Also, FOR SAI Sl . L cheap. Apply to OAUK, 60 town lots, 38,. W* A. CIIRKVER, St. Anthony City. Kittson’s Addition. T'HIS desirable ground, lying in the of St n,r *' “ d * rtv »nl«geoua part id the basin busings ’.T h . re “““ lnevll » b 'y be the principal river S also the most choice usi UellghUul lots In the rear, upon the bench for dwel “ •* eurveyed into lota and now offered for *ale with tltlea undisputed and Indisputable, at reason.- my low prices, and upon liberal terms of credit, for most °f the purchase money, and lumber for building on lots sold In the addition, will be furnished st the rotsry saw mil! on easy terms. CHAB. H. OAKES, Agent for Proprietors. ARRANGEMENT FOR 1852. GALENA AND MINNESOTA. United States Mail Lint • Consisting of three first class boats: NOMINEE. Capt. O. SMITH, BEN CAMPBELL, Capt. M. W. LODWICK. DR. FRANKLIN, Capt. R. BLAKELY. Leaving Galena, The NOMINEE, Capt. O. Smith, Mondays, at 12 o’clock. The DK. FRANKLIN, Capt. R. Blakclv, Wednesday*, at 12 o'clock. * The BEN CAMPBELL, Capt. M. W. Lodwlck. Friday*, at 12 o’clock. ’ The above boats will run regularly during the ensuing season. Having the mall contract their punctuality can be relied on. They will remain at St. Paul sufficiently long to enable passengers to visit the Fall* ot St. Anthony. For t-peed and accommodation these boat# are unsur passed, and every attention will be paid to Passenger* and Freight They will leave punctually at the hour named. The Nominee will make the trip so a* not to be out on Sunday. Goods shipped to the agents at St. Louis or Galena* to go by this line, will be forwarded free of charge. Galena being the termini of the great thoroughfare leadiug westward from Chicago and Milwaukee, nearly all the travel from the eastward, destined for the Upper Mississippi, takes passage by steamboat from this point y also, nearly all the steamboat* on the Southern trade, from St. Louis and other iK>rts below, come into this pori for resbipment for point# above. AGENTS. R F Sass, St Louis, Nelson, Gilbert At Co., 811 Campbell k Co., Galena Nelson’# Lauding. G R West, Dubuque, C R Read, Lake Pepin. S M Langwor.hy, do L llertzell, Point Douglas*, A McGregor, Churchill At Nelson, McGregor’s Landtag, Stillwater, B W Brisbols, Pdu Chien, J W Babcock, St Paul, F D Cowles, Lansing, S II Sergent, (lo Campbell &. Smith, Russell At Rice, Si Anthony La Crosse, James Peck At Co., Chicago, Galena, Feb. 25, UHL 26tf REGULAR ST. IzOUIS, GALENA, DUBUQUE, AND ST. PAUL PACKET. 'T'IIE favorite passenger steam- , IT'S* K er Dn. FRANKLIN \"o.2.C a nL l m 4.« Brock, will run regularly during the season between tho above point*. The No. 2 has been put iu first-rale order, and 1* Just as good as new. She offers superior accommo dations to the traveling and emigrating public. m#y 22. 35.^ REGULAR PACKET FOR ST LOUIS, AND INTER ME DIATE PORTS. t'HE new and splendid pas- ; fjZV: smew steamer “GOLDEN KIM,” Ili-.S=Sg££i-4 RAM Uersir, t’-iuman.U r, will make rceuLir weekly trip, between oaiena ami St. Louis <1 urine the season, leaving tialenaevery Monday evening at 6 o’vlovk, and St. Louii Friday evening nt i o’clock. The (Jolilen Kra has been fit ted »|> with every regard to the safety and comfort of her passengers, and her Slate Rooms and Saloons are furnished with elegance and provided with every Improvement. For Freight or passage apply on hoard or to JAMKS CAItTKH tc CO., Agents. Catena, May 22. 35-tf Regular Galena and Saint Paul Packet, Twice a Week. r [ HE superior and fast running passen -»• err Meanicr Went .Newton, c. S. ..—.. .MORRISON, Master, wi l leave Saint Paul LMs&fdf for Galena ana all intermediate ports, in Wir~lPi7v.-til \\ ednesday mornings at 9 o’clock, and Saturday evenings at 6 o’clock. For freight or passage apply on board or tc 11. V . TIRRKLL, Agent. June 12, 1852 -38-11 GALENA AND ST. LOUIS FRIDAY PACKET ' j HE entirely netv and splen- , ir.yt ■>, A did Passeng-r Packet BRL‘ N KTT K, \ Ciiaki.es Barger, Master, will leave Gateoa lor st. Louis and intermediate purts, every Fridav evening at si* o’clock; returning, will leave St. Louis' every Tuesday evening at four o’clock. tCJ-lvrsons taking the. Nomine, from St. Paul, will always arrive at Galena In time tor the Brunette, and will have m delay in going below 53* The HR l NKTTK is second to none in her .arrange* meets and accommodations for the comfort and safety ot Passengers; and, f„r speed is not equalled by any boat on the Upper Mississippi. STILLMAN A ROOD. 39 ' 5m Agents. GLASS AY ARE WHOLESALE & RETAIL. To Hotel and Board'iti” House Keeper*, Mer* hanta and the Public in General. O MARVIN. (AGENT FOR THE O’Hara Glas* .Manufacturing Corn panv,) has open* t*l on Thin! *treet, nearly opposite U)«* j>.,w t Office, ft very extensive assortment of GLASS-WARE, which he is offer* ing at Wholesale and Retail, below St. Louis pi ice*. Call .and examine this beautiful, and for St. l'aul.u&lqtt* display of Glassware. You will find Turn! lers of every deserpi'n Sugar Fowls, Cruets, Fruit Bowls, Celeries, Jetty Bowls , Salts, Molasses Cans, Pitchers, Custard Bowls, Fruit Plates, deity Glasses, Cake Salvers, Jelly Stands . And indeed a variety too numerous to mention. Call early at the St. Paul Glassware store, Third street, hc tw.-on Roberts and Minnesota streets. May 1, 1852. jj_ t CAVENDER & MATTHEWS, BLACKSMITHS, at ‘.lie Red Shop on a v the east side of Roberts Street, St. Paul, have como lo the determination that 788 - Jw they will do Horse-Shoeing /Tlf a leetle cheaper than any f ( p' owes, -io and All other work in proportion. i b®** slock and material always on hand, and none 1 utnrst-rale workmen employed. Our terms are CASH, u lon with our Smith Sl,on, «,• have also a , ' bb"!,. With a supply Of the best seasoned white “"V 'lt'-r mat-rial, tor making tip-top wagons, bug der on'sls.rr n' Me* m m,k "’ ' r '"‘ and warrant to or vt-e rnl' L? ,' • A,so ® vrr T description of plows, tlmoiel n PU ‘, ! he b ‘ , * lness ul,r 'hop straight thr uigl 1 . And though it may be said we live by our vises ' ”"' 1 steel for a living, we mean io do honest "Ofk for honest prices. 29mS W. Thomson, No. $ CARROLL HALL, Baltimore, MJ., AGENT FOR THE SALE OF HALTIMORF. PRIXTING INK, COLOMKD INKS, BOOK ia>K ami X fcW b INK, of superior qualitv, and at the low est price*. . s ' T -T’ arr; ' n,e *be Ink made at the Baltimore works to boot he very best quality, and should any article at his ciiCnse" * tu gl ' e, * tlsf * ct| v , 'lt can he returned PRICES OF INK PEP. rOUNP. Vl N '°; • X«*S 25c ; No. 2 Power Prcs» t-H.k ’ v f'o P o 5S ’ news ’ 25c; No - >’ press, V jo ’ press, book, 40c; Hand press, n.. 3,40 c, Hand pre*s, b»>t>k. No. 2. 64)c: itunrt 7 ?°; C 2 ni ,nk * l Fine bine ink, $1 50 1 ‘"’r red Ink. »2 60* Poster red Ink, $1 50; Green Ink, $2 00; Brown ink, Lumber for !§alo7' J HL undersigned wishes (o inform the A citizens of Saint Paul and Its vicinitv that he 1» opening a Lumber Yard,near the old Shingle Factory,on Jackson and Seventh streets, and is prepared to Hll or- SlUngV-H* * n< * B vl any description, or Terms easy. One half up, and the balance on the de livery of the Lumber. j. y,\ BASS, Agent for St. Anthony Mill Co. WILLIAM TAYLCfc, DARBER and Hair Dresser—has fitted , "P a sahsrn on Third Street, next door west of th„ PosT Office In Saint Paul, up to the Increasing luxury style and elegance of the growing melropoii, „/ Mlr.ne sota, where he will be happy lo serve citizens and stran gers in St. Paul, in every branch „f hi. Luslaccorf! Ing to the best Of Ills ability. accura AT THE OLD ST A NO, Third, between Jackson and Robert Streets, St. Paul. I«s' K now on hand a stock of Groceries, Liquors, Pi*rk, I*lour, l)jmc*ttc Dry Gootis, Queensware, Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, itc., that will com pare favorably with any ever b.onght P»tliia market. My assortment of Queeu-ware, e.-pi'cially, I can reconimen4 as the largest and best selected In the Terrltoiy. Car* has been taken to procure the latest atyles to be‘found in the Kastern markets. To iny old customers, and all oth ers, 1 would respectfully say, call and examine, a* I a A determined to aell very low for cash, and clo*e out n»y stock by the •peuing of navigatlen. This Is a “tmrft thing.” nov. 29—tf. s. n. SKBGENT* NEW GIiOCEKT AND PROVISION STORE, ON SAINT ANTHONY STREET, TWO OOORS BELOW THE ASI ERIC AN HOUSE. TFIE undersigned would respectfully Invltethe attention of the public, to their large and well selected stock of Groceries and Provisions. Also, Ready-Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Wines, Liquors, Nalls, Glass, Hardware Ac, all of which will he sold cheap for cash. > Ej-Ploaae call aud examine before purchasing else * St r paul, October 29, 1881 IR ' INE fc BBo ', D USSI A, English, and American Sheet , Iren, aud 400 assorted stoves In store and for zala i f. s. Newell. C IILASS —All sizes, Fireproof Paint, M Scales, Trucks, fcc., in stora and for sale br F. 8. NKWKLL. ANTED—3OOO oW stoves for Foun* ▼ ▼ dry purposes, by p. 8. STvrtl l