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Greater Bargains than ever
PLF£LT & BROTHERS having dis-
AJ pared iif thtlr Kill stuck have tirucur.it a i leW ~n-,
wbk-h for chropness, variety ur Ko.nl quall jr, caini .t bj
surpassed In the Terrlt ry. our spelt of il.y kooJs. clotli-
Ing and queen.a-are ha- been carefully -elected, and we
aja now prepared tj -erv uur patron, w ith
RHII FALL SILKS.
De Lalnes and Cashmeres
Embrolder.d ilu-lin Curiaina tj- the piece or yard.
Llueu, Liwn,, Ijicrn and Embroideries
Jaccniei, lt.uk and swl* 9 Muslin*
Bnglhdi, German and Domestic Silt*
Cotton and Woolen Hosiery
Satin, Taffeta and Lustring Ribbons
Ladiea» and Gen lent* n» a French Kid, Silk and Lisle
Thread Glov-s
Ladled Lac* Vests, C »llar->. Cuffs and rnder*leeves
Bleached aad Linen Table Cloths
Kieganr Tap *»try an l lux. a n Carpeting
Flour Oil Ctoth and Drugg.-t
Domes lc (rood', Fl ints. Sh-eting ami Shirtings
Besides all other goods generally obtained in D.y Good
•tores*
The Omnibus passes the store every ten mlnue« dudng
the day, and ladies will rind it a saving by pjy.ug the
small sum for a rile, and giving us a ca;l.
« t v , KLKKLr * BROTHERS.
St. Paul, November 13tli, 1-52—»09 tr
B Singing School.
E - MESSER, liavingma learrange
« ,u? "! euU klv '“ m col *r»e of ifetructtuii In vo.al music
in this plage th * enduing winter, would h r.by giv.* n
tice that the H.h lensvtt will be given at the Court II >use
<>u «,^ atur ' l evening Nov. 13th, comiu.-nc ng at 7 u’c.ock.
Th.* term will consist ~f 24 l* **o»»,-. i a;d» ..f admU-duu
—s3 Od for a g.-ntl niaii, $1 f>o for a lady.
All those within; t .join the cu-.*, are earnestly request
ed tub.* present it e ffr.-i evening.
St pau:, Nov. 13, 1862.
L. BLUM’S,
NEW YORK BAZAAR.
|VI R. L. Blmn returned yesterday on
the Ilia Ic Hawk, th«* >vr >nd l.n. from New York,
and brought an entirely Uew Mock of a 1 Un it, ~f goods.
L idles pi* a-e rail aitd examine foryou.»elv<s.
St Paul, November 13, 185-'—j.f
Evening School.
jVT M A ONER will, from and after
■*■**■• M<>n lay u xi. c .utinue to give iiwru ti »n tr >ra 7
to 9 o’clock, F al. in the t-clioiil room of tli • Catho.L Church;
Writing, Reading, the Grammar Ana yi»i* a.id Coinp*.-
sition of the Buglldi Language, A.l dilute, Gconietiv
and Book Keeping will b- taught.
Terms—s 300 per quarter, $l oo per month, invariably
in advance.
>*or Drawing and Elocution, ex ra charge.
Mr. Magner has Kune l. Uure h>*urs wbt h he would
wish tu devote to lustrucii .n in one or two families. Can
be seen at the Cadiuik Church.
Caution.
ALL persons arc cautioned against
pu a llu 1-KIV. !l l>v 1,1.. t , K.lz.bci u Qu.llll
»om«.‘ilm lu tb • rail «.i A. L). 184 '. o the-uni i f niu.- y
four dul a », naiiuzmi .•n.1..r.-nieui of tUfy d .llar , a
th-- sum has bueu uliuiiy paid.
' J. W. B ASS.
November 13, 1862—In]
Taken Up.
f f'aken up by’ the subscribers, on the
1 6 h day of Nov. mb r, on sec l.n 14. h.wn 2*,
range v. 2 west, Kanwy county, a red ox about 7 y •ar> old,
and a viear calf, wjih a white body and lace and red iiec*
an l head. The owners are r< q test dto pro\e pr. perty,
pay charges, and take them awuy.
J. 11. GATES,
JOHN .MASTERS.
St. Paul, Nov. 13. 1* 6’—4w«l
SIIL'HITi- s aaLu
Territory of Mun v.ra, i l Washington County,
County of Washingt n. (, ( DiSirlct Court•
By virtue of two executions issued out of
and under Ibc seal of the 01-trLt C" irl ..f tlie coun
ty uf Wa-hlngton ufur. -al I. a her, in j me- F. c< mat. ck
A Co., and liooib, Drake ts Co..arrp:ai,ii,ftsand J,,|iu 11.
Br.-V.sn r isdefeiHl.ini, 111 favorol said plaiut.lls, and aaain-l
sal I defendants I have nn lliia -lb day.it X.v nih r. A. D.
1-SJ, levied np .11 and -ball expnas to -ale ai public auc
tion In the Plain st bidder P r rash, on Ihe -.sth day
December 1862, at ilie ultlre ~f tin- llei!l-ter nt Die 1-In
Sllllwati r in said o.unry, at Ilie hour nf 10 o’cluek in the
forenoon, ad the rt|iht. title, int. re-t an I mate ibai Un
said John 11. B■•■water had in th- lolloiving de.-cribi d r.al
estate on the tilth day ot Ancu-t, or tuts ring - ac.| ilred, ~r
so much thereof as shall be sultlrient lo -a:i-f_. -a;d excu- 1
thins and Costs, to wl. :
laot number four, (1) e.r hcctlnn nmnbvr thirty-four (34)
In town-hip number thirty, f.v) n r:!i <•» range nunib. r
twenty, west, containing 4G acres and 26 100 of an ac.v; I
also, lot numb r twenty-eight lu block number tvieiry
n!n-, atid lot n inib *r iwo in block number tweiry-eicht
of the town «.r Stillwafer in -aid county, m c .rdlng to the I
survey and plat « i .-aid town ..f Stliiwarer which i.-r.cord- !
ed in the office of th • ltcgis er of p -eds of said cm n?y.
VtILLIAM C. FKNNEY,Bherff.
November 13, !S5J— 6w.) —pr fee $7.
NEW YORK SlOliEfl
“New York Prices.”
\ T CHAMBLIN' leave to re-
Ji * tun lu-m:ir-aik:i..wl-de m u:s to the c.tDons I
of Bt. Fa il and vi h try, forth* lib r.U patronage hereto- I
fore ex ten to him. and ha- t!;e pleasur • of anuonticiiig 1
to them that he ha. as-* ciat«sl with h in Mr. J. 11. Kocar,
of bt. Louis. Ihe bus n- s will hereafter le canuucted 1
under the tirin and s vie of Kd a • k v i Cliambliu.
REMOVAL.
We have rent »vi d to tin* large store of Mr. Louis Robert-,
Opposite our onl stand, l bird-ir-et. bet ween Jackson and
Roberta, and are now opening a large lot of Diy Goo*l ,
Clothing, Boots,i?!io< Ha s,Cap-, Fund hingGoods, et*-. :
We especially Invite th** attention *./ the La !| *s to our j
splendbl stock of Dry (ioods. whi h have be. n select*-*! nn- I
tier the most favorahl • circum tames; we have no hesi
tation lu saving * hey will cot.a ut their own iner* st by ex
amiuing our s ock before pun.ha log el.-t-wher .
We would .-av to thv <»• ntSim-n. that we have jit-t op n d *
• very large s *>ck * f Clodi.n.-, B-*ots, sine s, H it , Caps
and Furni-hin; G .o.;a*-f ev ry varl *iy, wliicii in •«d liiion
to our form *r la-re atock< m »k* s« u, **s :ib!l-limenr com
plete; every thing n**c-s-ary to c inpietc a gentleman's
ward lobe c m b.- bought at our house.
Call and satisfy yvurscives. a. to styles, quality and pr;- ,
CCS.
EDGAR Sl LII \MhL.N. I
November 6. I^'?—Sif
GROCERIES
| ''HE subscriber has just returned
V from below «l h a InTge an l well selected stock* f
Groceries and Provfs «»ns, wl»l h he off rs wh*>l sec and
retail at th- lowest market ;afes, for ca-lj; an »won.d r --
pectiu.iy Invit the at ntion of th * dtlz -ns of St. Paul
and the snr.'oun l ng country to *xam,n*hs svek ami
prices l*ef«*re purchasing * lewhrre; he lia< in store the
following a tides:
SjitQ t»bN Hour, 200 bags Corn meai.
60 “ mess pork, 25000 assorted cigar--,
20 ‘‘ prime do I.* de/.-n bed cor*ls,
4000 lbs su ar cure*! hams, 8 kits muckered,
400 (( do do shoulders 5 this do
2000 do rib ri I* s, 6 tsixes codtish,
2600 do clear do 26 do dri d herr.n;,
2000 do lard, 35 do pa*m soap,
2600 do butter, 10 do vari 'tated *lo
150) do eh-cs •, 10 do ci-iile, do
30 bbls N* O .-ngar, 4 *io ilnmy do
35 do c)ai.i -d(A) do 40 do in* uld candles,
30 *lo *lu (i») do 35 *l»j star do
3) do do (O) «lo 6 do sp.-rm do
16 do crua!i**d do 8 do pipes,
10 do powdered do 6do lanry ston-* d» ,
6do N O m ’las.-e.*, 4 balescan-de wick, j
6do 5' II do 13 do wrapping twin*,
16 do cider vin-gar, 6 box s ground spice.
20 sack' Rio Coffee, 10 do p pper and fluger, j
7 do Java do 4 inatt.** cas-ia,
6 1-2 chests Y II Tea, 2 bbls nutmegs,
6 1-2 d>» Imp*l do 2 «lo clov.-s,
6 1-2 d» G P do 25 gruv* blackin'’,
12 cattles Imp’l do 6 d>>z blacking brushes, i
4 1-4 do Black do 4 do white wa-h do,
10 dox- n br.*oms. 6 bbl« a.monds,
4 do s rub brushes, 4 do p anirs,
4 bbls saleratus, 15 sa k* «la ry salt,
4 boxes S C soda, 60 <!o G A do,
10 dozen zinc wa-1.-oartJs, 10 bl»ls rice.
lbO canisters powder, 10 doz bottles Olive oil,
10 kegs do 10 bbl- s*-*la era k r>,
10 sacks shot, c 0 • o butt r do,
40 M percu-slon caps, 6 boxes chocolate,
60j cans *>ysu.*rs, 20 <!«> rasln ,
60 box**s sardln s, 2 bbls madder,
Id bbls dried ai.pl**s, 160 -mall cans m istard,
4do do peaches, 10 b*»xe- starch,
40 boxes prunes. 2 do clothespin ,
12 doz bot.ie- nk. 10 dozbuckfts,
2do Icm >n syrup, 6 do carv.-d do
. 10 do asajried pickier, 8 dowa h mb-,
6 do catsup, 30 boxes -moklng tobacbe, !
6do pepper sauee, 10 «Io scan r ani do,
4do Stoughton bliters, lj ,| 0 On * cut chew ing,
30 gros# matches. 4 do marker**!*, I
10 boxes mudard, S 1-2 bbls Uri.nl currants, l
26 large cans do 1000 bushels shorts, i
N. K. TYSON.
TJ. S. MAIL STAGE:
ST. PAUL AND PR AIRIE DU CIII EN.
1252. Winter Arrangement. 1853.
Leaving St. Paul, Mondays and Fri
day..
Leaving Prairie du Chien, Mondays an*l Thursdays;
passing Stillwater, Willow River, M**u*>ui'>iie • River,Chip
pewa River, Bc*cf River, Black River Falls, and Round
Prairie.
THROUGH IN FIVE DATS.
!So delay &t the rivers—teams are placed upon each side
of them— mall and passengers ferried across.
The road has been thoroughly repaired and small
Stream* well bridged. Good and comfortable STAGES
® n *“ e eni^r * route. Team>terii can rely up<»n finding good
stabling, onl will have no trouble In traveling with heavy
loads.
WILLOUGHBY & POWERS.
Contractors.
"pi'LOUR Extra and Superline, lor sale
b r BEN. W. BRUNSON.
OBBLS. BLUE LICK, fresh from the
« Spring! ’’—for sale by me glass or gallon.
JARVIfi) Druggist.
Large Stock of Groceries
and Provisions.
JUST received—
-303 bbls Wa* Eagle ex ra new winter wber;
100 bbls B •ichor’s clarified sugar;
100 bbls S i), sugar;
20 bbl- m flashes;
20 half bbls do;
60 -ack- Rio c*>ffee;
6 do do;
10 ch*s s Imperial tea;
20 cadays do;
6 ches s Y. n. tea;
10 cads d<>;
25 box *s ral-liw;
25 d.» pr on s;
3 bids drle i currents;
3 bbls almonds;
1 box-1 citron-;
10 boxes fresh h mena;
15 kegssaierdtu-;
6 kegs cream tarter:
30 doz* n y asi |»owder;
60 boxes palm nt>ap;
6 box s variegate*! soap;
4 boxes cas'lllatoip;
60 boxen mou.d candl -s;
60 boxes s a candles;
*2 boxes sperm candles;
60 -acks G. A. salt;
6 sack.-* *!a y salt; 4
10 i»bi- cider v:n gar;
3 bbls i-ys’ers;
TO reams wrapping paper;
10 bnx'*t»s*arch,
10,000 Ilavan i e ra**, and everything els? usually
foun i in an * btabllsl.meni of the kind, fur sal.* cheap fur
cash, by
RET A FARMER.
Oct. 30, 1562.
Cllu’ap Feed Tor Cattle Horses or Hogs.
Tli * -üb-criber hns f.r -«ale *t his fa m .v'Jolidng Bf.
Paul, *2ojo Uu U - s of Uu.abaga Turnips at 20 cm s p. r
bushel.
B*. Paul, O:’. 3), 1852.
«i7-lt J. W. SELBY.
A/] ONEY TO LOAN—On uttqiiestion
1* * able security. App y to COGLSY S. .MCCARTY,
Attorneys. Office, li. M. brick More, st. Autiioiiy
Street.
Oct. 30, 1892. n7-:f
Clothing for the million!
NEW GOODS.
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
\\ INNE 8w COOLEY, at the Cash
* * i urnl-h ng on Rob rts stre,*t, Bt. Paul,
having lat.-iy return *1 rr»»m the «*a-t *rn markets, are n >u
ready t«» sh.*w the < Pl/.*-ns of St. Paul, and all who may
lavor them with a cal., the largest and m*» t v.irl -d -t-wte
ot tall and i* inter go* ds in tlieir line, ever brought to this
ma ke , iu*i which v *u art- r -spectiully in - Iie«l t.> call and
ln-p*ct. Th< lr Muck Consists lu pan of the f l!ow n, r ar
j Ucl. •:
C’|oth«, Cassim re*, \es inrs. Ready-made Clothing,
an ! Gen l mei.*. Furni.-hing G'*ods. Mvin-, W’.H.P n,
Worsted, Cloth an I Flanu I Wrapp rs an I l) a vers;
ll*l- -ry*d ail k nd-, *|Ut i i**s nn ! prices: GP-ves an I
Mitten- in • n 1 s- varle 1 s, such as Buck, Wo >t*»l B
■ in, Merili . Cd-htner**, Wool* I), etc. Als . a Very beauti
ful ass ran n: «.f White am Colored Kid and Silk til* v s.
The ;at*sr .-tyk* **f Collars, Handk rchirfs, Scarfs, Ties,
C.avu s, Stocks, etc,
SHIRTS.
Finr I .In n Ro-cms «»f the late-t Fr-nch an I English
styles, Flannel, Ca 1 «» Check an l Hickory si.lets in great
quaniiticf. Dmkaml Drill overall--.
READY-MADE CLOUIiXG.
Ch* aper then ever, but too numerous to mention—call
and sec tor you selves.
Roys and Children’s Clo:hin<*.
We have a very flue a.-scr.tm nf ivade up In the neatest
mann r, and at very low prices, l-.ucksk.n Mittens and
fil' Vts. Pur and l)r viug Glov s. Rubber and Oilcloth
Cl.iihing, Carpet an«i Tra* e;inß Bags.
lu the Custom Depa fineiit mav be round all ti e n *w
-tyU-8 of Cloths, C i s«i)t res. Do sk n V, stings, an l trim
mings to match; an i we vll venture t» say, that we can
give y«,u a- eo*>d and fas’. 1 n-ib.e w*>rk as cun be had West
. f New York, and warranted to suit *»r m sal.*.
D* n't peget tiie pl:i« -, on Roberts street, next door to
w. il. stillinun’s store, s:. Fau:.
6-tf WINNE A COOLEY.
Notice to Pre-jEhnptors.
f f lie following township Plats were re
-1 c ived ani put on file In thl, office on the 3th Oc
tober insiaiit:
Township 31, Ranges 6 and 7 East,
no 32, llamc 6 do
F. P. CATLfX,
Reg s*er.
Register’s Offl e, Willowriver, Oct. 10, i c s2. n7-w3
Attention All!
AND TO SMOKERS ESPECIALLY.
| UST RECEIVED a very l.irgc stock
• w of the b *-t brands, win .ng which are th • following:
1,003 El Sol Rega.i.i 1.000 I nioii Regalia Clears.
“ Kix**l Star “ %% Invocail.m “ *<
“ Programa “ *• Conquista “
*• l.a Go*a Millan, 3,030 Star Frin ipe
4,1 Flo***. “ small R* gali.t 4<
Als •, Ca-ldjV-Tin Foil Tobacco, Yellow Back.
Call an I * xamlnc, for sale at wlmle-ale and retail,
ch-Mp for cash, by W. S. COMBS, \
6-tt Nearly oppo.-Itc 'he American House. I
Jlortgagc Sale.
TAEFAULT having been made in tlie
conditions <>l a certain mort.mge bearing date the
s'.xte**nih *!ay **f O t»*her in the year <*t **ur I.*>rd **ne
tli*>*isan«l eight hundred and lltty-jie, male an I ex-*-
cut**d » y John 11. Ihvwst* r, «>f th** county »»r \Va-hiug'.*m,
and Ter. I ory *d Minn party of the first part, t.i Dan
iel McLan* (M Flam*) of the Falls of St. Croix, Wis
consin. or the Kt-c n«I part; and wiii hin *rgage was duly
ackii< tvle*lg« *l atid r*;c<*r*l**d in ibc «>fli*a; of the Register
or Deeds for the county of Washington aforesaid, on the
16th day **f October, A. l>., 185’, at 8 0’.’.0 k, I*. M., in
book A «>f nu»rtgag**> * n png s 151 ati«l 152. Tli** said mort
gage was given to secure the payment of four bun r >d and
forty-, ight an<l 72-100 dollars with int're-t thereon, • n or
before i>i- 16th .'ay ot October, A. D. 1852, a-cord ng to
the c n liti nsof a certain proniis>o**y iior**iii w rit ng h :i *»
intr even date with the said tu -rtgaffe; an I that tli«*>mn
of four hundred and eighty-rwo and 22-100 dollars is now
claimed to be «iu_* upou the sal l .it the date of
thl- noti.e.
The premise.- mo. tgag' *1 to secure the s:il«l *!cbt ar * de
scrib-d in tiieafor.*-ald mortgage a- f.-llow-, t» wit: L*t
number two (2) in block numb r twenty- I -'lit (28) *.f said
town «if Stillwater as the sanig was surveyed and platted
ty lla v y Wilson, Kw|.
Now tlier tore, no>uit<*r proc •edinghiv.ng beenlnvl u
te-l at law to recowr th*- d bt ihiw r. iinining secure*! by
oold mortflcage or any part th *re» f. iuml v ts here! y plvi n
tint pur ua-»t to .m l by virtu * of a p**w -r . f >ah* *-on
taln d therein, sa».l in**rtg.iTe«l preniis* s w ill be s 1! at
public auction at the . ffi e of th- R**ui ter ot Dee*fs in an !
tor sa*d coitu’y *1 n on Siturday th- 4th <!.iy nf
I) ccblh rn* \t at 10 o*cl »ck in h • foren m n *»f that <lay,
l y Wil.iAtn C. IVnn y, Sh*-riU of s.iid coun*y of Washing
ton.
Stillwat . r , Oct. 20 b, 1V62.
DANIEL MtLVXE,
.Mortgagee.
Tmeo. K. Parker, At.’y.
RICH’S SALAMANDER SAFES,
Wilder’s Patent.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Safes
of various si/.< » an 1 p »tt mf, vrth an 1 without pow
'l'T proof locks, lor sale at the Depot, 116 Water sire- 1,
X w Yo k.
Burglar-pruof Bank Vaults and Vault Doors made to
order.
STEARNS & MARVIN,
(Late RofT, Stearns 4* Co., successors to Rich f Co.)
146 Water st., and corn *r Avenu; A and St. Marias
Place, x*. y., Sole Proprietors of Rich’s Patent, and the
only mak‘-r> ot salamander Safes combining Wildei’s an*:
Rich’s Paint.
WM. COXSTANS, Agent, S’. Paul.
October 23, 185:—6;f
'’PEAS, black or preen and mixed, the
JL choicest lot ever brought to Minnesota lr..ni mixed
at 45 cts per lb., to the very best Imperial at 80 cts per
lb. For sal at JARVU. 9 Drug store.
PEPSIN, the genuine article, 75 cents
per bottle, for sale bv J ARYIS, Apothecary.
PRESII TAMARINDS—A very line
A and delicious article at the Fifth st. DRUG SPORE.
'THERMOMETERS—From 230 deg.
I down to 40 deg. Ik-low £ero —for sale by JARVIS.
FAR. GREEN'S Oxygenated Bitters arc
A-' a never-tailing remedy lur Dyspepsia—fur sale liy
JARVIS.
EXTRACT of Rene Plant unequaled
J-J by any other mecllcinefor the cure of Dysentery and
Diarrhea. Mt I.TI M IN PARVO Drutr Store.
A YRF. S Cherry Pectoral, Wistar's
a 1 Balsam of Wild Uuerry, Perry Davis’ Pain Killer,
and pure Port Wine juice fur Invalids; at the
Fifth Street DRUG STORE.
TARVIS’ Anti-Corrosive Steel Pen Ink,
for sale wbolmle and retail at the
CHEMICAL LABORATORY, sth St.
P'OOD Pickles require good Vinegar,
VX Mace, Clovea, Ginger, Allspice, Mustard seed, black
pepper and alum; all which can be purchased low at the
Family Medicine store, cor. FUth and Jackson.
Stand from Under!
BUEI/S MAMMOTH STOCK
OF
answra <& 33i©aa,
( OMPRISING all the diflerent styles
thxt may be found In an Eastern market.
And be it rememb r*d that we have tae
AVI I fine and thick double m»lj wa’cr-p-fx.f custom XviJ
r boots ti at can he mvie. and Mouter-*y, Rus-r
-ut*i and C**ncr *-s Ga tor-, and f<*r b;au y and style tan
not b • beaten. But amid t all, the greau-st care anl at
tention has b -en giv* nto the Ladl s. These Goods will
be s Ad «t whob sal • or retail for a 6mall protlt,
St. Paul, October 14, 1862. 11. E. BUEL.
TARIED APPLES—just received by
J -J RK\- Il FAItMKB.
ANTED—3OOO old stoves for Foun*
' ' itry p.irp .at-x. by F. *. KKWF.I.t..
J. OR RENT.—The Blacksmith shop
I re en*jy occupied by M *s*rs. Br >ok Arthu-, sit
uate nn Sr. An h ,nv S'reef, above F**rt street. This shop
l< pnvidMl with iw > forges, and will bs rented cheap.
Apply to Ll«*ut. Simps* n.
St. Paul, Oct. 23,1362 —6-3 t
L. Blum’s IV. York Bazaar,
At the Daguerrean Building ,
f 'ORNER of Third and Cedar Streets,
St. Paul, Minn s»ta Territory.
This it* the most complete assortment nf l.adle-> Fancy
Dry G. od- ev»*r br«»u;ht to Minn Th‘* stuvk is direct
from New York, was purchase 1 ar cash prfc.*F, anl will
b.* -uld at th • cheapest rates. 1: c«.mpris s
Velvet Cloak-, Cloth ci'-ak ,
Nllk-—bla k and colored B o-h.* 1 »ng an !-q shawls
Jamg -bawl —ill prices Tr mmln/s—all descriptions
Embroidery —all kinds C« l ar-,al p ice-
H i 1 *ry, every *arlety Gloves, kl i and cashmere
Delaines Yatik e njtloiis
U al Fr nrh Perfum *ry.
Ladles, pi .ase call and * xam u«* for yourselves. 6 !
Piano-Fortes.
\ t ’ E have two of Stodarl’s celebrated
* » H tno-Fort. s> r- r sab-, t«» wliDli we invit.* the a*-
icntion of those lu want of a su;wl-»r in-trum-nt. Terms
easy. UDUG n. BOflilEß.
S.UGARS of every description, of the
best qua'.ly and large quantity, ju-t receive*! f.y
KEY A FARMER.
I t GLASSES.—N. O. and S. 11. Mu
i*X l»-s -a, tor ...Hi- bi BKV FAKMKIt.
Warning Notice!
Town of 11. JSI'LXGS, otherwise called
Oliver's Grove.
\\ 11 ERE AS, ALEXIS BAILLY, sen
| » ' 1 >r. of Wabn-haw village, has ju-t. cau-ecl tube
-urveyed into Town Lots , a piec*- of la id on the wo-t
J -i*le of th * Miss! fli p’, r.u-r, m ar the mouth »<f tb** Ver
uifllion River, nr v: n ar;he lmi»oitant point heretofore
called Oliver's Gr-ve—now Hastings-
This Is tuc eiore to warn all persons from p:.r
clia-lng «>r con rac.in; to pnr<*h»» , a »y ot sai l lots, on
! sucli piece «d la.* , (that 1- to say, on tne pi *ce luiiue-ll
j ately b l.c.v the Jam of Henry G. Btiisy.) a* the sH*i
1 piece of laud an I lo.s ar • in part owned bv EDWARD F.
j PARKER, In purs'iance id an lustrum *m »>f writing
sign d by the said Al xis Dailly, senior, as well as by rc*-
| idence.
! Pers**Uß purchasing any lots from Alexi- Bailly, senior,
! which may have been surveyed on the tract of land re
ferred to, will <io -o at their pcill, he having no right in
!a*v or equi y, to dispose ot the -aine t> the prejudice of
rlxhtrul claimants; and th- validity of any su> h sales by
hint matlew.U b.* cou:estcd in every le-.al manner.
edwakd f. Parker,
THOMAS FOSTER.
lla-ting-, Wat a-ha Co., ffetob r 14. 1-5*2. 2 5m3
Con-tan- A Burbank,
Storage, Forwarding and Commission
. Merchants ,
Express and Steamboat .dgents.
Lower Landing, Sr. Patti.
ON hand and for sale—2s bbls. Pork,
*2uo di> Flour, KXju lb- best dairy liutt-r, ftOO lbs
Ltr.J, -;5 bt*ls Corn Meal, 40 buxe, T* baj<*c, 530 lbs Ch. is.,
2 ca-ks Hams, 500 doz br*H<ms, 10 00 J best bvatul C.gar-,
10 bbls Wliit* B *atts, a lot of salamander Ware, Oats,
| Corn, Bu kwhv.it Fh.ur, Lime and Fla-t* r.ug Hair, to
gctlmrwl h a gen *ral assortment of Family Groceries con
i s antly * n han*l. Hotel Ke*-p»*rß, Lumberm *n and ail per
| souk wanting any ot the above anl l*-s will Uud It tor
their i’ii»*r«*s; to call *>n us b fore purchasing.
Naim Fau!, October 16, 1552. 2-5 y
Notice to Debtor-.
\ X-L inrh'ltfptl In Mip siiltsprihpr
prevlotts t«»the Ist ot September last, either by note
or b.'ok a c«un , are request d t*> call an l settle or the
satu- will be plac d in the hands of sum ? proper per-ons
fot cobee i. n. Pay up and -ave the cost.
t>ur in*>tio Is ca-li up or no sab , as the credit system Is
ruinous. \v. li. otilj.mas.
Bt. Paul, October 11, 1^52.
Dahl «V Doull,
Booksellers and Stationers,
Also, Dealers in Ilats. Caps, Gloves, Mils, Muffs, e!c.,
Third street, Saint Haul.
13 APER HANGINGS—A complete
a assortment of the lat .st styles, for sal-• very cheap
at the Booksbire of DAHL tc DOULL.
Il ALL PAPER—Ladies and Gentle
' * nt ti ar** Invited to call aoj cxaniiuc our extensive
vari -ty of the above-named article.
DAHL & DOULL.
VI UFFS—Lynx muffs for ndulfs, also.
Chilt’ren’s mu:l- in large qu.tnfiihs. As tfii- 1-
th * season **f the y .*ar wtvn tlu*s* a-t hh s will to be
n reded, w • most cnildcnt y recoin men I our a 'b-l-s for ,
in-pection **f the public. D AHL & DOULL.
t- { ATS—We have on Jtand the latest
X--A styles of Fur and Wool ha s.
DAHL A DOULL.
rUOSSI'TH IIATS—AIso, Excelsior,
-k-V. and other kind- at the store .>f
DAHL & DOULL
LOYS' IIATS AND CAPS—An cx
* X t, iis:vv.i .-ortiii**nt —send al mg your clill*:r**n to try
them on at the store *>f DAHL DOULL
< 'LOVES AND MITTS Buckskin
’ J Gloves and M.t-, also Fur Glove-—ju-t the thing
for the cold wea*her that is coming—f »r sale at the -tor *
«f DAHL Si. DOUDL
1 TMBRELLAS—SiIk and Cottcn um
hr, lias for sal" * heap at the st »r»* or
DAHL & DOULL
LfICKOKY CANES—AIso, Riltan,
I l and Whaleb* n**-, Ju-t the thing to c niplete a gen
man’s outtit, for sab* at the store of
DAHL & DOULL
CLOUR AS IS FLOUR—A 1.. tof
X. Extra War Earle,” manufac ure*l fr**m New Win
ter Win at. Also our usual varle.y of evervthlng els *, for
sale by KEY A FARMER.
Oct her 9, 1852.
Proclaim It!
That R. 0. WJILKF.R has received his
large and splendid assortment of
FA 1,1. AM) WIN TUI GOODS
A ND has determined lo sell a little
1 * l »wer than the. lowest, and cheaper than the cheap
est. St pin and examine for yt»urs-if. Xo trouble and
no cl.a ge6 made tor showing the cheapest good* In the
market.
50 dozen shirts, 50 different kinds.
12 do drawer.*, 8 do do
50 do C *liar?,lo do do
100 do Socks, 15 «lo do
25 do fci.k and Satin Crava s, 35 diff Tint kinds,
55 do Gloves and Gaunt es. 35 do do
Button-, Coai Binding ami T*iioi’& Trimming.
Mending, sewing and Knitting cotton.
Pocket Cutlery, Port-M •nnaies. Pocket B>ok* an Purs -s
Cashmere shawls. Com for: s, Canes, Umbrella*,
Perfumery, Fancy Artie!.«, Trunks, Valises, Carpe;
Bags, un i every iMne in mv Mn* at
H. O. WALKER’S C. eap Cash Store.
To Those who w ish to Buy
Cheap Fall and Winter Goods,
WALK in and see for yourself at the
SI. Paul Hat and Cap Store of
R. O. WALKER.
Latest styles of Fail and Winter Fur silk Ilats.
Kossuth Shaped,
Of Otter, seal, Muskrat, Beaver, Brush, Casslmcre and
Wool.
Every variety of Caps silk Velvet, and velvet Plush,
Ru-s, Otter. Rocky Mounta n. Cloth and Oil silk; Bearer,
Wool and Cloth Caps and Ilats for boys and children.
X. B. All Ilats purchased at his establishment ironed
free of charge. 2-4tß
~ BEN. W. BRUNSON, ”
Grocer & Provision Dealer,
Roberts and Filth Street,
Keeps on hand Prunes and other Fruits ; Queens
ware, Fancy Articles t all kinds of Thread, Knives and
Forks, Brushes, Looking <» lasses, Window C-lass, Nalls,
Tobacco, Cigars, Ac.. in short, every thing needed for
housekeepers and Families. Prices reasonable, and stock
such as will please all customers.
TJ UTTER—A good article at
■mJ ban. w. B»ußsor’i.
Beaton the corner of Third
aod Jackson str.-ets. At thlslo.
n*Ti"rw c 11i n. lu the building formerly
ocvUpl d by Dai ltd Hopkins,
sen., I have esutb.lshe*! a T-riw
MEAT MARKET,
where the best and fa*t°st snrl* las, steaks, and all other
edible parts of the animal, fxm hoot to hums, can be had
fresh every day at the mark t pr!:-s- Al-u, al ?.-*> g on
hand, mu t*»n, iv,rk, and all O'her Wad* of meat usually
detjor d bycM tzed app*tlt s, exc-pt old l**«n working
oxen, which I consider it muixter kili aud felony to
I hope to receive a shar.* of St. Paul pafronage.
t-3tf n.C.WOLP.
Joseph Wakefield,
.Attorney and Counsellor at Law ,
Y\ ILL nttend punctually and faithfully
* * to till bu.inws tint muy lio m;ruat.-.i to la,
fefS'cr.al car -. Part.cclar *tti-iiU in pal I to Cun.rjan l ie.
omc: I n Tlilr i st., over L. B. WHt & Co'., st Tv, Suiul
Pnui MtunesoU. 3-4 y
LI AMS AND SHOULDERS—A first
LX r»t.‘ *rU.ie for sale ly
BSX. W. BatJSSOX.
The Outer Man.
LjLD POLONIUS, Lord Chamberlain,
V ) to Claudius. Kins * f Denmark, talked *ente, when
be thus expr -s-ed hlms- lf in a lvi:*» t) Lis -on, l.a.*rt -s,a<
hr* was about to b*ave the paternal roof to flnoh Lis edu
cation in France:
“ Costly thy haMt as thy purse can buy.
But not * xpr- jv din lanvy; n *at but not gaudy;
For tlm apparel of: proclaims the "’an.”
Fueling dveply impres-ed w| h theop nloti that the
•»i .Sr. I'ju , old and yuUug, ini'-nd, the coming winter, to
act upon thia whol*;.-*.i»ie adtnoUltloUy
NEIIIAUS & BROTHER
n tve brought Info the market as fine and fashionable a
a stock of seasonable dre-sinz and furnishing goods a-*
could be pur ha* dtn the Eastern clil *s. ih yr p ct
fLilly n-k iha; g n.lemen will call and cxamlu * their ele
gant Cloths, Ca—lmores. Vesting-*, &*'•> before tiaulug
eis-wh r.*; satisfied that in reference t» the artlcl -s w.tn
t-d, th- ir prices, and their fashionable style* of cutting
an l ni:tk ng up garmen -,th* y c.tn su t all custom
ers who may offer. They alij knp oil band a geuerrl a—
j sortm nt ot
! READY-MADE CLOTHING.
| And every article in the gentleman’s luml-hlng lin a th*'
mn* be calletl t«>r. St*»re and shop *>n Third, be.w *en
.Minnesota anl CvJar s r vets, opposite Judge Lamberi’a
office.
1-3 f NKIHAUS Sl BROTHER.
World’s Fair!
\\ E HAVE JUST RECEIVED the
* * best stock ot Dry Goods, Clothing. Fan y Articles,
; Ac., ever br«>uzht to the Northwest lor r*dai', which w<-
S are selLng at less than N’**\v Y. rk retail priv. s. Any body
that don’t b *l*eve this can call and s*e lor th *m-elves.
W- are pr«*par«'<l to convinc * th. m of the fact we here
a-s*-rr, to a positive drmonst.atl n.
CURRAN & I-AWLER.
AGAINST
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY
FIRE
AND TIIE
PERILS OF NAVIGAMION,
BY THE
PROTECTION
Insurance Company,
OF
HARTFORD, CONN.
Th is old and responsible Company con
tinues to grant Policies upon the most fa
vorable terms.
Apply to W. P. MURRAY,
Agent lor St. Paul and Ramsey County.
JOHN SQUIRE. s. c. nsco.
Squire A Reed,
Eagle Iron ai.dJV’ail Store, 23 Waters!.,
Between Olive and Pine, st. Louis, Mo.,
HEALERS in Iron. Nails. Hollow
* ' Ware, C:i titles. «t»et, Irrn Axl.-s, Kliptic spring,,
Pir..pr.>t sat s. smitlis’ &c.. ag. nts tor th.- sal- of
Hope Colton Vams, anil Pittsburgh ni inufaciuros gener
ally. 61 y
|7 LOUR—2OO bbls. extra War Eagle
A Flour, for sale by UEV 6. FAItMER.
i^UGAR —20 hhds. sugar—so bbls.
.- ctarirled—Hel tiers’, by KEY & FARMER
U] GLASSES—IO bbls., just received
i» l ninl h.r sal ;by REV ti FARMER.
t OFFEE—2O sacks Rio Coffee, for
V sale by KEY & FARMER.
s^OAP —50 boxes P.dm Soap, just re
celveil by KEY U FARMER, j
/ HANDLES —50 boxes mould candles, j
'o 5J box s stir can lies, by KEY & FARMER.
LARD— 5 bl>!s. Prime article, received
by KEY & FARMER.
AMS —2,000 lbs.—Prime article, for
! J sale by KEY Si. FARMER.
ALT—2O sacks G. A.—lo do. Dairv.
by KEY St FARMER.'
/ ' IGARS—2O.OOO Havana Cigars, for
' ' Sale by KEY St FARMER.
Amt a general assortment of Groceries an t Provisions
constantly on hand*
August iB, 1852.
WHITNEY’S GALLERY
Cor. Third and Cedar sts., St. Paul.
'] IIIS Gallery was built expressly for
* Dagnerreotyidnr, and Is fnmldied wlih the VERY
BEST of Appamtu-*. The light i» arranged upon the m *st
approved scientific urimiples. The proprietor use* hi*
be.-t endeavors t«» pleas** those who favor him with th* 1 r
patronage. All are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine specimens. 43
CI AMS AND SHOULDERS.—A very
LX superior ar.ivle, cured In the b»>t of style, for van*
by HEY fr FARMER.
FYISSOLUTION —The Co-partnership
I J ler totore existin: b -tween Cat’icar: U. Tyson, U
this day d ss-.ived by m dual otunt. The business will
b.; conducted by X. K. T>s»n, who Is auHmris d ts seitle
all d *bts due by the late firm, and collect all amounts due
the sam . A. 11. C VIIHMRT,
Sept. IG, 1852- N.JK. TYSoN.
Oats! Oats!!
1 non BUSHELS, just received
M. vF VF vF an I for sale by
- CATIICART h. TYSON.
Contracting and Building.
P D VV A R D STEWART, Briekh.yer
-L-J and Architect, thankful io the citizens «f St. Paul
lor favors since he c immeuced bu*ine>s, w<>uid respectful
ly inf. f.u them that he is prepared to contract f,»r an*l c
rect stone or Brick buildings, and furnish materials if re
quired, on f.ir terms, having permanentlysettled in Saint
Paul, he soli its a share or public patronage.
Dratts and specifications furnished on reasonable term-.
N. B- Orders for work left ai the store of 11. C. Sand
ford, near the Post Office will receive prompt attention.
42/ EDWARD STEWART.
Lloyd A Co.,
T'LAI.M & GENERAL AGENTS
in all kind* of property—negotiators iu Loans for
large and small sums. Office, opposite the Treasury,
Washington.
Claims tliat have been abandoned by other agents a*
worthless hav.» been successfully prosecuted by the above
agents. Advances made on good claims.
All communications addressed as above, post paid, will
be attended to. O.ttce open from 9A. M., to 6P. M.
Land Warrants tor sale. 2t6
IVfICHOLS’ MAP OF ST. PAUL—
-L T Nichols’ new map of SL Paul, embraciug all the
Additions, for sale at our store. Price SI,OO.
LKPUC A Ronher.
CODA and Butter Cracker*, just re-
Cj cetved by REV fct FARMER.
T OCKETS! LOCKETS !~Splendid
A-J Gold Locket, at extremely low prices at r
WBITNEX’S GALLEBT.
R. H. MILLER & CO.,
(Successor*’to N* F. Janney & C *.,)
Wholesale aad Retail Dealers in China, Glass
and Earthenware,
No. 31 Main s!., betw’n Chetrnu and Pine, St. LouD, Mo.
r I IIE SUBSCRIBERS once more call
A the attention of th -lr friends, a*td all who are In
wnnt of Goois in their line, to the f «ct that fhny are pre
pnr dto r«*c *Jv th* mon the tn-js: liberal and accomm-j
--datlng t rm-. an*l have on hand, and now at:v tig. a very
ltre»» and well seletffed stock of Go*rd?, ordered
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET,
ComprMnp th* u tial vr.r: ti '*» and many other artl de*
not to be with elsewhere lu thD city,
Th- lung HX}>*>r.enc?of ourpiduc-pa! (hv in? beonthlny
y-ers an Import-r or Earthen tv are.) t-nahlea n< to off-r
unusual indue *m* n s as to variety and quality of aiock.
Their stock Consl-ts In part of
CC. blue e lge«l, dlp», painte<L prin*ed, white granlt ?,
th wi'., M*ic anl mulberry carthenwa.vy
Pure w!i!t«‘, enamelled, losrre, bl jo figured and gold band,
Knzlish chlua;
Whit-*, gold band, an l decora‘cd Fr n:h rhlna;
All the varletlea of Am-rlctn, civ, plain and pressed
Gia-swar of Eastern and Wt-ate n nianoracture;
Germin an l E*>b* tulm Glassware, a great variety;
Fnzllsh T I) Pipos; Aitn*rL*jn plp*s at»«l pipe heads;
A large assortment ot lucking glass jAt»3uiaeu tea tray-,
of our own a Ton;
Bl'Himi coff*e au*l t-*a p *t3. cast ore, pltclierc, &c., a great :
variety of rirst rate quality;
A an l elevant asa *r m».’nt of Corr.?Uus &. C cc*l j
trat**d solar Lard Lamp, ciiaa !-T ers, girandoles, A.C.,
gilt *Tivo nn-i damask; n::*1 a great variety of articles
not n iiiliy irap»rt«*d for tills tns. ket.
Assorted Cmt**s, picked for the C > m'rv Trade in the best
mann r, k pi Constautly on hand.
O r goo*ls ar • pm up In The best mai n *r, by ca-* f il
and «*xp l ienee \ pa -kers, nn l may be transported anydl— :
tanc *, by wngon or «-therwi-e. without risk of breakage.
We tak * pri le In referi ’nzt i our old rtl-tomers, and to
ou* park nr nn 1 the good c-judltkn :n which our goods are
general ; y n celved.
C 2 o 2 R- H. MILLER & CO.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
BY r. E. COLLINS.
f~ INE lot ou M ;tin Street, back of the
Atnerh-an Hotel; two Lots on Fourth street, ti-a-
Jackson; two Lots cii Roberts street above bixih ; als*j
several good farm--*
I’ersons wishing tj pu*cl aj * town prop r.y or farmers
wi:i *l«i w ll io call on me b**fore ptr. basing else where.
F UST RECEIVED. on Consignment,!
€/ Six ipb-iHlitl <ireu:n3 l’nr.au-, xvl l, I. okini Giuss-s !
on lop, rut -al'.- cliioip; a!s<. 2 i BouU sULauntUl L.xlmraiis,
whlja 1 ulil s.ll cheap tor cash.
F. E. C’OLLINS.
Ware Rooms, Third street. i
Pocket Editions of Nature.
TAAGUERREOTYPE Views of ‘-Jlin
n *-to::k.i” or if. Anthony Falls, **.Minne-ha-ha, >
or LUtle V T.s, Ko.-i SneDln?. bi. 1 utlu*r beaut till Mlmu*-
Mosa mc ti-ry, f-,r silt* at UTdtn-y’s GalK-ry, com.-r or
Third and c -»iar streets, .-ain: F.tui.
Tlus vh w* have h*jn pr *cnr ■*! with great labor and
expense, and f .r beauty an 1 p .r,** tioti **t « xe* i;Uon can
n*t be surpa-s *d. Ali ar ; icspe*tially Invite*! to ca l and
t'xatii!nr spec!mens.
AU-it t 21, 18tJ. 49
Good Rooium,
SUITABLE for fiitnilie- c:m be bad on
nccnmnioUn la" terms, by appa -atiun a: the Minne
sota Boarding-llouse, ■ 5,, VL ...
St. Paul House.
T IIIS House, formerly kept by J. W.
-• Bx«s,b dng iheori.’inal hotel of St. Foul, at ihcco n* r
of Third an*! Jackson s:s., opp , it** m** Minn sota outiis,
is thoroughly r paired, and rem Kiel***!, and with the a-Wi
t?oi s now mad; to It. is on ' >.i tde 111 -st spaci cts and coii
v -ni 'iu hot**ls in town. Having taken a Ici-e of it. and
tlitc-U it np thr.-ughont wish new f ind u e, 1 invl-e the
traveling p tblic to call upon me; believing they will ffnd
this house e*iual to the best, in all respect*. The charges
will be v r m •derate. GKORGF WJCLLS.
bt. Paul, July 31, IS'J. 46y
i;iUK & WATKR-PROOF PAINT—
J- Sims’ celebrate*! article lor Roots, Fences, Brick,
For sale l-y th • Butcl, K l *; *ir ponn<l bv
43if SPENCER, K.IKICP A THICK X MARKI.KY.
Notice, all yc Interested!
1 AND WARRANTS for sale at mar
* J k 11 rices, and promptly sent by mail to purchasers
when the money U sent with the order*
Cla ms * f all kinds, collection-, ad n led to by us,
postpaid, direct***! to LLOYD K UO.l
Claim and General Agjn'*, Washington Ui y, D.C
NEW STORE
The St. Paul Hat. Cap ami Gentlemen's Fur
nishing Store.
r THE subscriber respectfully offers to
J. thA <:#»nt>m, nof St. Paul, Ids new stock of G.Kyl«,
and will endeavor to keep a Did Assortin' nt of artlci;s for
Gentlemen's use and wear, such as—
Silk Hats, Shifts G 1 ves,
B -av -r «lo C »JI »rs Shaving, Tooth and
Children do Draw rs, Hair Brushes,
Kossuth do u >mhs,
Magyar do Cravat--, Hair Oils,
AND A PULL ASSORTMENT OF STRAW GOODS, SCARPS,
COLOGNE, HANDKETiC'HXEPS, COAT LINKS,
Oil cloth and Cloth Caps, Su>penders, Soap, &c. Butb>n.
and 't ailors Trimmings, Ladies sewing hlr*l.-, a useful ar
ticle; Trunks, Valises, Carpet liacs, Umbrellas, &c.
It. O. WALKER,
Corner Third and Wabashaw st.
may 22. 35 y
George Is. Hank**,
C'iu« innnti. Ohio,
J I AS for many yen rs been exlensively
> 1 vnfatfml in tire mail ifuct it" of BFI.t.S, ami liy
car fill ohsc vation ami study ot the i>ti iciplcs Involved in
th* lr cons-.ructi n, b: has b- u eminently successful in
producing ;*n article *»f
Superior Form. Time and Finish.
The quality, c n»ri ii.itl »n, and proportion of metals,
together with the degree of h at rcqulsit * t<» pr* dn,--a
c ni'KMiid them *st s at time,
sufficient Density and Str, n rib, als.., tiie peculiar outlin *.
or shape, having a correct proportion of the diffeiviit
parts, thereby giving tit m elegance * r |.»rm, have tie n
subjects to which Mr. 11. Ins .1-v.it.il a great amount ot
finikin rt-cal observ iti nof <*ff*cts through a long s**-
ri* s of Experiment : R l!s • ast » y hint, are misurpass d
in their symin -tricil Figure, and Beauty of I*r por.l n.
and for M* lo*lv, Str.-nmli au«l Brilliancy of Ton *, are
univ*‘rsal y admired. Mr. Hanks is pr pa*«*d to supply
Chu-clies, Colleges, Academies, l*ublic Buildings, Steam
boats, X*-., With his sup* r : *-r Beils, at a short notice, hav
ing at all times an assortm -nt <*n hand.
Clitirclt Cliimes or Peals, and Musical
Hand B 11s, to anv number on the Chromatic Scale made
t-» order. B 11s a .1.1 by Mr. 11. are furn she.l with Yokes,
Wheels and sp ings, of the h»t-t and most approv'd
Plan, and the whole warranted iu every particular. Those
wishing fttrih r lmomiau. n will pl-gise odd-css
GEORGE L. II \XKS.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
X. B.—The Groat B**l!, «St. P* t rs,” and the Chlin** *>f
Kl-v n B d|s, ai St. Petci’s Catin dral, Cln* innati, w*-re
ca-t at this Foundry. July 3 Mn.
T'XTRA WAR EAGLE FLOUR.—
A-J a larpe consignment just received, and f..r sale
cheap. KEY ic FARMER.
■own,
HANDBILL AND
General Job Printing.
'i HE Propriclors of (he Minncsotian
■ Oftl;e, have rec fitly m ile extensive additions to
tlieir stock of B>ok and Job Priming raiterial. Their
assortment now embraces all the
1.1 l Yu - * J *? HI 8.8’.A
of Plain an*l Fancy Type. They are consequently pre
pared to execute all varieties ot printing In a manner nut
surpassed any where north of St. 1-oui...
We charge small proff s aal execute all orlcrs with
despatch. Both of tis being
PRACTICAL PRINTERS,
We superintend all work entrvtsted to the Mlnnesatlan
Office ourselves, and allow uotliing to leave our Laud,
uuless it b<; executed in a
WORKMAN LIKE- MANNER.
We rely tlpcn the public for a liberal share of their
patronage.
A stock «>f Plain and Fancy Letter Paper, Fooßcip,
FUt Cap. Folio P.**.t, Ac., on hand f*>r printing. Also
Printing cards ot different kinds, size.* and coloro.
June 26. OWENS A MOORE.
Is. n. Wait A Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Commission
Merc hunts,
HAVE opened at the store lately oc
cupied by C. F. Tracy, on Third street, a general
assortment of Family Groceries and Provisions; which
they will sell at low price** for ca-*h or in exchange lor
country produce. They respectfully foltclt a *harc of
patronage. UIIARLKB MILBURX,
St. Paul, Jun* 21, ’62—4ov L. B. WAIT.
Ch*s W. Borup. Ch’a H. Oakes.
BOKIP A OAKES,
HAVING formed a Co-Partnership
for transacting an Exchange and Banking Itu-iix ss
In all its various branches, will be prepared to fumUU
*.lght and time exchange on the East, and principal cities
of the West- Remittances to Great B.dtain, Ireland and
Continent of Europe made in sums to suit purchasers.
Sight and h«*m- bills and European Exchange* pur
chased- Collections made an 1 pr oceed* remitted at usual
rates of Exchange. All n her business committed to our
care punctually attended to.
BORFP & OAKES.
St. Paul, Minnesota Territory, June 26, 1862.
Office at the MinnesoU u nfit building. 40y.
Summer Arrangement!
IWS 2
PAUL and St. Anthony Falls,
three Dally Slaves leaving each placa at 7 o’clock
A. M., 12 M. «nJ 4 I*. M.
COACHES AND TEAMS
Will b? at the lend ng, on the arrivnl of Steamboats at
Sal'*’ Paul. Also, n
Daily Line cf Singes between Saint Paul and
Stillwater*
KIT An extensive Liv.-ry SUMe at the‘comer <4 roenh
and ltob —N streets. Parilcohr Attention given to the
accommodation of Pleasure Parties, "puti iibt*r.*i terms*
3»*tf WILLGUGHIY ft PQvTFP.^.
iianroan Sc urvOTiirn, k. b. tiiayer,
Menuiacturers, N. Y. st. Louis.
hanford, thayer & co.,
fSu-cesson to Ttmvcr A C 0..)
MAN'UFACrCREBS, AN'D rrn DEALERS IX
ALL KIN t>S OF
READY-MADF. CLOTIII NG,
Clothing,Sliiru. D.awor., nnd Faruishlß. OtoJ*.
No. IH» Mitu siraet.
Corner of Croon, one i!oor below the Vlrtfnla House.
Si’. lOftS, Mo.
HATING Received tin Immense Suj>-
Pl 7 i'f Tull mi l U'i iltr ltcaJjr-MaJe Clithlag inj
FumMi ns Gouts, a.-u «« I>--Pirini! tv otr-< g.vsi In
ilao -imnt" to Lay-ra. ClutMng r. c from t!»t r»::or»
■ V.T.V week, fcy pl.ij oa.-H So.-'iiicnt c rnpU-te tbroOklio if
the s««os. Alv.ay. on has la MU roc* uf ItaUßer ami
OU Ctoitiiap, C.iip -f Bap., O'.'-T-Ails, Lint) -c-iJas. Trunk.,
U,r.-. ni otti. b *; Rena ■! -lit nt en I I'r.rwim In th-Co-n-
Our Minnesata Flannels are nsnjc cxpresrl;-
for T.Umtx'rnii ii.
*Ve soli.it pui cuasors to -ell and examine oar stock and
pile s. OrJ -rs promptlv attemted to.
Xo. 190 Main it., G Tii.cr st >ro, si.nth of the Virßtnia
Hotel. n.VXFOUD, Tn.VYER Jc CO.
St. Lents, SopteuiLer IU. 3j y
FAIR PLAY!
“CompelUion is thr Life of Trade.”
13 ATTISON fi BENSON'S new Coach
* or have arrived, auj a-c n >'.v upon the road l.etwii-ii
St- Patti atid st. Anthony, r a iv to accomm d ite the put),
tic on all occasions. They have a! ;o received !n al tl ton
to th< lr 1 rnn r 'a-ft- end esc I! ni i.'vvrv frock, ncv.-ral
near and elecarit Ca.-rlar s rdt t Barouche-; n so n or Itar
n-Mi* and Hor.-.e Fu.n.sUlng , ami equipage «t the luost
eiepant d-.-eripiion.
ALSO—an additional stock of Fine
s-p, Blood.t’, n-.-li Ireken Horses. Query.
—ij.. rfe7**A ,f “•!'r i-i.” lnr.es c .me In und-r the
Ph - 1> l.'dnor L .w, will they l»e in dancer 01 be-
Ink kit ck 'il or. the Inal? Our in Ire
st it le il. the \Y.st,outol S.l . lr Ly Is will
be found as c nnpl te as ottrs.
B’i 1 ~ur inends and the pu’ lie remember, that a; the
l.lv. ry Stal l ■ In ih • r arot the American llonse, a: t:i ■
upper -ml ot sa nt Pam, tli-y • an a’ all hou t, have suet,
conv-ynn .o by land, ou wheelg -r nu hors-nit k, a, tliei
me deslr . IMTT.SOX & BtiXsOX.
St. Paul, June 10, is:e. (3-r)
DISSOLUTION
r I HE Co-I’arlnersbip lierelo'brc exisl
v lne between F. K. C illtr.s an tC. I*. V. Lull in th-
Aneth n an I G-nernl Lull I Ag. ti.y . usmesf, i- h-rel y di -
h«lvi*.l bv mutual ecus nt. F. K. COLLINS,
J n , 3, 18 »J. C. P. V. LULL.
F. E. Collins will continue the Auction,
Commis>i,,n and Alui r*i Land Agency Lnsiir*.-s at Hit*
I a.-go l rick building . n iLird t., l .*i u .v Ja.ls.-* u.
1; URN ITU RE —just received a splen
did lot of Furniture fr. m Fincinna i which I will
s.ll at Saint Louis pric-r-. Call at tli; reins of
F. E. COLLIXS, Thirds-., bet.w Jackson.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
(Jus! received per Excelsior.)
\A T S. COMBS, neir tlie American
• V. Hoi- , lias Just r-c-lv.-d a tarje and \art-d
collecti nof new bo, k-, lust tro.n the pres-, to whi hb
invites the atiention-.t all th'* r t ».ngc>Ji , .»munlty* They
are ormu n at Eastern Prices. T«*n;ib ash.
Cm* ai*<! - x miitK—ic. trouble tv> bliuw -*> >ds at the
“i raukl.n B.*.fc*»ort*.” 37
Real Estate.
<f» I otrer property Fltuated In the hwii of ....
B&S* s-.. Pan: and As imm.-di.itc vi. iol.y, lor
•IPS saletsirem jy low lor ... h. Th tent.i gjjf
ar*‘suchasduiioioit**npres».-i»tthemselves
lu tlie cajiitcii -t or man *.f modern-mean*, io inve.>l m«»n
ey in a |-r.>p< r .v.s and rap diy gruW.iig tuwa an l vlciu
ity. Among various pr* p riv 1 have to <il>poac ut are the
following, viz: a Ilwcmii.-h -mr and M’Vtmi UU-.il lan J
In a ceicrai part «»f bt. Paul, wgli abun inn* si; ply <»f .-x
--ceiitnt water; a’.si, a small liou-e a'i .ining* With 1»..-
lir**pe-ty w.Il !.•«* s »ld about ten acr - i lan l Covered with
a large and tinDlv growth -f wood—a great obj-ct now
that the Ni ux land c.um t, at least, at pro -.u, .upi,lv us
w th iu- \ until in mark* t.
I have also fors.de a numb *r of five p,t s with
growing timber, situ .t d on an I in the imm -live vicinitv
ot public roads and not over a mil.? from ni. Paul.
The ab v-- prop rty will be s*>».» *.n such lo v t nn- for
cish, that the p tr h\ or *an imme liatelv .-,*ll agiia ai a i
advance. Fur sale on time—prices \* Hi be prep rt;on ihlv
higher. Apply to II EX 111' A. L\M HEHT.
Tb rd street, c »rner »*r Uodar«
43tf Or to R. F. HOYT, St. Paul.
R. M’LAGAX,
Storage, Forwarding b Cunimi«.ion Mercliant,
Deulir in Gra n. f ail kind?, fruit Trc. f>.., Mala a; . I
near the Bia.U ll..use. Galena, lit.
Refer to B. 11. Campbell X Co., Galena : V. 1.. Ewing 1
X i:..., st. t-. ;i'.
w. g. LLaiT. u r.ounrr.. i
FKDI.C A ROHR FR.
BOOKSELLERS AXU STATIONERS,
WHOLESALE AN 11 r.ETAIL,
[Corner of Bench and W aba-haw streets, St. Paul, M. T.J !
SO Z(
JUST opened at the corner of Bench
and Wabashaw t vets,
Unde Tom’s Cabin, or Life am mg the L >wly.
Reveries of a Bacheior, by Ik Marvel.
Dream Life, «.’o
Fresh Gleanings dj
Dickens’ Works, complete.
Wandering Jew, IllU'tratcd.
The Camp Fires f the Revolution.
L*,ssin-’i» Field i; * k <f tl» * Involution.
1 ufest Life an I Forest Tret s—being camp life among
the I joggers.
Pencilling.'* by ihe Wav, by Willis.
Outre-M r.by Lon-'felhrv.
And nutty other w rks which u * cann t on’tmrrat-* in
all advertisim- nt. Cali and examine them.
June 24. LEDL C 6l HOIIItKR.
Just in Time.
UE have opened, lor sale, some superb
CIIB.-AS OI Gru’l Winfield Scot;. ; s >.
Iti, Lift* and s r.i c-, '.j t;. D 1.1 « I |.l. u»ii
they arc all sold. Li DUG K ROIIKER.
UISTORY OF CONGRESS—Com-
AA prisair M pa ir , or ihr : most Prom’ntn- memb -rf,
with num t.,u* i i-atraits an t ia”—indh .cu .--a|,h«.
J'lltc 21. LBOI C fc Roll IKK.
\F A hlj PAPER—A large stock of
* ’ "’all paper. Cur ain-, abadfa aa.l Fir.- Btard
Pr ills, n w up.ned anl f u .‘ .ai. bv
Juriu 21. i.r. duc u Ronar.R.
'Fo SPORTSMEN A superior lot
-F- of FUiitug Tackle, tur sale by
June 24. Lt DL’C ts. RCnHER.
\/I ISCELLANIOUS. Scrap Books.
t’A Herbariums. Albums, Papier Mache Car! Bt-ktis,
c.irtl Ca.fc,. and Work B x„-s, X-tvapaper Files, Patent Air
TiSht this—Post oimcc bvkta, Calct.ders. u., K<*.
Lt DUC is. ROIIRKR.
C' OLD PENS—Just Received, a supc
x-A rlor lot of Gold Pens—sum- n-w 'tvlrt.
LC DUC & KOIIRF.R.
HOUSE Trimmings, Locks, Bolts,
Latches, Butts and Screws, at K. S. SEWELL’S.
FISHING POLES—Just rec’d
V y 8 d«>7. cane fiahuig pol*-?, at the B.».ik Stor® of
may 22. LE DIC &. ROIIRER.
F. E. ColliiiN,
Auction and Commiaaion Merchant,
Saint Paul, Minnesota T- rrito.7.
In the three story B. t k store, Third St-, opposite W. 11.
Forties* Out'p.
HAVING received a regular License
from the Town Board, which 1 have paid for. I
am prepared t" sHI rnl estate or oilier property,at Fublic (
Au*tb»n at nil times un-J places. |
Saint Paul, July 31, 1852. ?• *• COLLIXB.
C~’ORN Slicllcrs in Store and lor sale by
V> F. S. NEWELL.
PORTABLE Fire Engines of all sizes
for -al.t by r. S. NEWELL.
CARPENTER’S Tools, Planes, CliTs-
V J sols, Bite, Flies, fcr., at F. S- NEWELL’S.
|7l ARMING IMPLEMENTS,ShoveIs,
l Spades. 11 .eg, Rak< Forks, Cradles and Plows in
store and for sale by F. S. NEWELL.
TTARDWARE—Cross Cut and Mill
AA. Saw*, Axes, all k'uds, Qammeia all kind,, fcc.
For Ule by F. S- NEWELL.
ANNALS OF THE
Minnesota Historical Society
FOR 185 d.
A FEW copies of this interesting An
uuAi, con’tuning mom *t>.nt the dlwo-rerr and
early hi»tory of M t ae ota; its geosTaphlcl mwcl and
m.uernl and giolofiletU resources than any work heretofore
ir-u J, era rtill on liand, and for sale at the Bookstore* of
riN'~ L D:c & Rutjr -- r miJ Comt*>; »i»o at this omco.
Price, Thirty Cents. . viavo.
OWENS 4 MOOHtr, PuUtsbnv
BO AX, KIXG &Co 7,
Wholesale Dry-Goods Dealers,
IJ3 AND 183 MAIN STREET, ST. LOCI 3.
j \ RE constantly receiving new amide*
‘ * slrsbleatjTesof STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS which
; Arc oiNixvd al a very small advance fur Cash, or 3f«r
c;»ants rvho pay their nates when due. Country Mf*rcbaota
wi.l iind a decided advantage by an examination
! E -’ft stuck of goods west of the moimtain^.
DU AX, CXNGKOa
! St. L-jU!i, M’V 22. 36 y
: t. n. SiZLLVM. M* 2. niASSON, JR*
KSLT-trM & MASSO»,\
L-VRD OIL AXD CANDLE MAXCTACTCRERS,
—ALSO—
RroJuee and Commission Merchant's
Xo. 21 Scmfi Letter, Vt. Loult.
BEFEnrs'f rs :
E. M. r.yl ina a Ce., )
1 F. B. Chamberlain, >SL Loots.
R. M. UTtliers, )
St. I.ouis, Mcy 2J. 2& S
Indian Provisions.
wEALED PROPOSALS will be re«
Celled at thoottice Of th.. Itiei.in Agent at st. Peter's,
! B* n.o .1 t.ivery ai Traverse d.a Moux, beioro the close of
naviga’l n. the follow.ng Ut the use of the In
dittos, to wit:
300 Plus Superfine Flour.
l-'.CiO ,ks (Ive.aec two Luilt.-ts) ,-jyanU Shcßo.l Cora.
8300 ;t*s .. . U Riße Powder, in kegs.
, 100 pies of Lend, ofJO i 5,.,.
CO s .cits ot Salt.
Pr .vista ,to be iii-pccted at St. Psts-s y e egpens*
1[ the c.-ntrasbir—a small proportion of th; si ana and
ammunition will be l?ft at Little Rapids on ’ Minnesota
i river, to be hereafter designated.
i TLe Bids will b. upeued .in Saturday the 2d day of Octo
, tj e , and the contract swarded to the lowest responsible
b.d.l-r. The Ai." nt reserves the light cf rejecting ali bidi
if deemed ex ravagant.
Address. In Ji u Agent, Fort Suelling, M. T., “Proposals
for Indian ProvLtoiii.”
NATHANIEL McLEAX,
lnu. Agent.
ST. PI TEL’S AGENCY, >
S p . 9.1 i, 1842. J Ktl
*. * ih.’.i -r, Democrat and Expresi, please copy.
ti. N. nini), Cincinnati.] (.1. n. aiiustrono, St. Leuls.
BSRDi AR?ISi ROX&,
tVIIOLKSALI: CANE AND WOOD-SEAT CHAIR MAX.
LIACI'IKKRS,
Scnth-ATes! Corner \ ine an 1 Second ata.,
if. Coins, Mo.
\\ IIOLESALE and rc!ail dealers in
* * Chairs are resp-cttu'ly Informed tiiat we will con
j stintly keep on hantl n large an l g. n ral assortment
of Ch-ilr* u our own manu:ucinrc*,conststinK of
nut, M iliugiiny. (’n *rry anH M.iple can -seats ui ev-|W
ery <l.s.*rii'i;«'ji; at KHmv, large and small* » '
Office, IJ ?.*t n an*l Bun. Arm K >ck *rs, Tolka, French, Bus
| ’)'•> Jenny Lind, Banni>i* r, Bcrol>, il -* k S Tools, Scollops,
1 Slut-, Cuiior n’-, xc., which we wi.l >*< 1! to the tr.idy on
!
! s <i in b au:y *?f styl- ur tinisli. llaviug iarge niunntactu*
I ring fa hltiw • can u:i r indu . nr-nts that wi.l insure
: g- ncral »aiisiaction; and hop*, tiirouj-'b a strict and prompt
i atuntiun t ■ Intern* tu m-rlt a bharo *>l public patronage*
We invite th- visit*, of purchasers, uiiu-r Wholesale or
: K* to cur Ware-rouius, in * r ler that th* y may luilga
h?r themselves* BIRD AHMSTRONG,
b'* Louis, May 22* 36-y
ALONZO CHILD, LL?N C. PRATT, ORANCE W* PRATT*
CHILD, PRATT & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS I.V
Foreign and Domestic Hardware and Cutlery*
Xo. 147 Main Mree;,
(Ti.ird door’Xurin oj Hank oj Missouri,)
1 may 22. 35 y. ST. LOUS, Ma.
| HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
UI E have now iu store a complete as
acsortm nt, making our stock tiinL-ually large,
| v.*hi ;h w? ot:* t io purchasers at lowest prices, and on best
j terms—am mg wn.ch may be :<<unJ a cuiupktt assortment
Axes -Simm a: *, C. lldh*, Hunt’s and oth* rs.
i Sc ytiies—Wal iron’s gross, grain, hemp and bash, as*
j sorted.
Sc y : he Snatiies—Assorted, all prices, qualities and
i kinds*
j Scythe Stones and Ritles—Assorted, All prices,
•lUaliib s und kinds.
i orks -ll »y and manure, 2,3, 4 and 6 pronged, ass’d.
Chains-Bright ox and log, 7 1-0,1-2and6-Binch*
Chains—Bright trace assorted; c*>|t 9 breast and halter.
! ;iss*?ru.d* f
, Collars-II rae and mule, assorted, (hog and kip
| skiiis.)
I Jla me —Horse and in Ee, steam bent and riveted.
lloEs—C.ii'.limi, piauters’, eyed and ImikJ) «*I, ass’d*
| HAkts Hay and garden, iron and \ *A, a.-,s’d.
, Uni ves—Tubie knives aii i lurk', all ]»att rns and qual*
| knives—Table knives and ft-rk.-*, all patterns and qual*
Razors—Wade X Butcher’.-, Crooks, and other.-', ass’d*
• v !ie\j:s and Scissors—Butchvi’a, Lux’l, great var.*
I ety oi patterns.
J.«?cKs—.Mineral knjb, assorted; door, newest patterns
and >tyl. .s.
Locks—Fad, chest, trunk, till, plate, assorted.
Latches— Knob, thumb and others, ail kindv, ass’d.
liu r i s—(.reenwood, narrow, hr. ad and 0?m r su, ass’d*
Buns—Wrought, narrow, broad and Congress, as&’u*
Screws—l-4 to 4 Inch wood, New Knalau*! taper.
Reels—Ox. horse, cow, hand and si. i-h, ass’d.
Brushes— Whttowa»*b, sh'.*e, scruhbitig an*l horse, as
sort* d.
Chisels—Framtug, socket, timer, mortice, ash>j.
Cuhhy Combs—Am ruan, n- w j att rns, a:i.’d.
CocKs—(. "ck a?h-*d; br»t>a do a>t’«l.
Files—Rut liar’s c lt-brat- *1 mill, Hat bastard.
Fit.i a— Round, hall round, square Rat and all kinds,
ass’.l.
<iuss—Rout \ ■ and single barrel, shot and duck, as s ’d.
Rii ei s and Pistols—Revolvers,ca>t steel barr 1, as
[ M-n -u,
Gin R \rrels—Assort* d; gun trimmings and (Indings,
Hatchets—Shingling, lath, bench mid claw, ass’d.
II4NOLs —ll *.k» and hinge.-., sj r .,|? and T.as^d.
Ke itels—Bru>-, t. a. pr«»* n «ng, glue, assM.
Mills—Coffee, J*ark**i’j», Adam.-’ anJoUier-,
Mattocks and Picks—Clay and c*>al, ass’d.
Nails—Wrought, ti i*? 12*1; horse, ti t«» I2d, ass’d.
I*e anes—RcuUi and moulding, ass’d, all kinds, supe«
riorqu-nitl s.
Fans—J rv, ass’d; sauce and preserving, ass’d.
Miovees —Ain *t’, Rowland’s and others; garden, min*
in-.' an*l i**st.
J a* KS AND Brads—Assorted, all sl/«*s and kinds.
A u (,». us—Bright, patent copggve, conv* x and ciwt steel.
With a large a s.-rtin nt of carpenter.-’ and blacksmith’s
lords, •in u . patt *rn- and b'-t-t qualitlen.
llous • an l B.hiding II irdwar.-—a larg • as •ortinent.
Aiso, pr**pr etors of M. Louis baw and Beale Factory,
wh' r- w«* ar now manufacturing largely of,
8a ws—Extra card steel mill, circular, cross-cut, hand
pan* 1, bow, wood and pit saws, of various qualEier* and of
any kmd want***!. Also,
Scales—Vi/: platn.rm, 30d lbs t?> 4-oou lbs; count*r,
h.»;, ttuur, pgcklng, c.al and car, of all kimls and dcscrly
ti?n^.
Nunes an*l Saws repaired and made to order.
We are better prepared P? s- rve our customers and por
chav. rs g* n- r ;lly than ev- r b*-fur.*. Our terms are os ta
v» rable and price* as low as the lowest.
CHILD, PRATT k. CO.,
147 Main street.
St. May 22,1552. 35-2 m
JOS. Ist* DROWN, TIIOS. If. THATCH, J ON. Q. HART*
BROWN THATCH tc HART,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX
FINE CLOTHING AND GENTLE
MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS,
Xo. I6li Main Street,
West side, bet. Washington Avenue and Virginia Hotel,
bT- LOUIS, Mo.
\\7 E ARE NOW OPENING, Dl*
* ’ reel from the East, a large and Huperi*>ra*a»rtizieni
of Ci -thiug and Furuahiug Go**ds, for Gentlemen**, wear*
consisting chieffy of th*j liner and better grades, selected
from the be*i Importing and Commission H«>u»c*, and
made up in a superior manner, expressly fur this market.
All kinds of Clothing, ready made and warranted, at
wholesale, very low for Cash or good paper.
A great variety of Genu*’ Furnishing Goods, such aa
Shirts, Cravats, Gloves, Ate., iu., which .will be sold to
the trade at New York wholesale prices.
W*e respectfully solidf a call.
Bt. Louis, May lt>, 1832. 44-lf
F. S. AEWELj
It I IIOLESALE & RETAIL dealer in
t f Cook, Parlor, B»x St*)ve» of all kinds.
'{TIE CHARTER OAK, four sizes,
I patintiil Ifv>2, It lia. . v.*ry largi- oven, tiak.'i per
fect Iyun I ti. a i-tiarm. Fore ilcliy F. S. SKWEI.G
WANTED—IBOO cords of wood for
* 7 the Umpire Foundry. Knquir* at
f. k. VKwm.y^g.
L'AMILY Grindstones. Oil stones, &c.
JL for sale at F« NEWELL’S.
1/ ITCIIEN WARE—knives and forkTi
XV. w«m- lri.il", l.tlle", Ba'Cnif s,ioiin», Choppliuc
Kuiv--'. T. a If.tin. Shear., Sa-fimn, Bra-a K. tll-s,
J-ti. Plates, Kv., f-.r Kl.. at F S. XBWEI.Ua.
FRUIT TREES—Grafted,
’ I fij Chi t •" Varlftlff. (peach aa l apple) now
cruwiuff In my nursery awl fur sale.
GKO. W. FARIUMGTOK.
PLASTERS —Poor man’s, Jew David’s
Badeaw’a, I»allcy*s pain Kxtractor, Canthardm. Tll
auc, Conklin’s Salve, Corn plaatir; all belnt;auperlor ar
ticle". For aale at the patent mrl'.clue itorc, corner of
fifth and Jackaon- TARVIS.

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