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Ttc Sabbath Bell. BY ELIZA COOK. Peel on, peel on—l love to hoar The old church ding-dong soft and clelr- The welcome sound# are doubly blent With future hope and earthly r» st. Yet were no calling change# found To spread their cheering echoes round, There’snot a place where man may dwell But he ean hear a Sabbath bell. Go to the wood.*, when winter*# #<-ng Howls like a famli-hed wolf along, Or when the south winds scarcely turn The light leaves of the trembling fern— Although no cloister-chimes ring there, The heart is calk'd to faltlx ami prayer; For all Creation's voices tell The tidings of the S.ibbath bell. Go to the billows, let them pour In gentle calui or headlong roar ; Let the vast ocean be thy hoOte, Thoul’t find a God upon the foam ; In rippling swell or stormy mil, The crystal waves shall wake thy soul, And thou shall feet the hallowed spell Of th*j wide water's Sabbath bed. The lark upon his skyward way, The robin on the hedge-row spray, The bee within the wild thyme’s bloom, The owl and the cypress gloom, All sing. In every varied tone, A vesper to the great l uknown; Above—below—one clu rus swelis Of God’s unnumbered Sabbath belli. ODDS AND ENDS. “I reckon X love yer!" sui'l n Yankee to Ills : sweetheart. “How on airtli. Jonathan. <lo you arrive at that conclusion?" inquired the lair, one. “By simple addition," replied the ready i reckoner, "for when I have you hanging on my j arm, my sum of happiness is complete." “Tom,’’ said a man to his friend the other ; day, “I think it highly dangerous to keep the bills of small banks on hand now-a-days."— “Tim,” said the other, “X find it more difficult' than dangerous.” A musical composer on being asked if he had ' done any thing lately, replied that las last! work was a “composition with his creditors.” i An advertisement in a newspaper is like a circle in the water, continually spreading itself. Throw in your “rocks" and try it. Wrongs may try a good man, hut cannot im print upon him a false stamp. A man in ear nest finds means, or if he cannot find, creates them. If dirt be as injurious to health as some phy sicians say, how comes it that all our rosy checked children arc found playing in the mud gutters? “The man who has no music in his soul” was last seen listening to a saw-filer while at work. The man, to all uppeuraiicc, seemed highly de lighted. The man who harbors an evil thought, it is reported, has consented to let out a pier or two If a good price is offered. The tears of beauty are like light clouds float ing over a heaven of stars, bedimming them for a moment that they may shine with greater lus tre than before. Mrs. I’artingtou says the best “anecdote" for “pizen” is not to take “the darned stufl." What is the difference between a schoolmas ter and an engine-driver? One trains the mind, and the other minds the train. Awftl.— Our Dan'l says than the new mons ter telescope recently constructed in Eugland will be just the cheese for the milky way. Punch, speaking of the influence of good dinners, says there is no diplomatic dispute in this world so large that "it cannot he covered with a table-cloth." Sam Slick says “if a feller can't he let to shake hands with a gal unless he has a glove on, why ain't he made to cover his lips and kiss through his kidskin too?” Bayard Taylor says the largest hustles hoev- j cr saw, are worn by the ladies of Africa, lie ; also mentions, that in the warm mouths they ! have a habit of wearing nothing else. Some people have a queer way of expressing themselves. We heard a darkie say the other j day that the first time he waltzed with a yaller gal, he felt as if somebody was pouring sugar-; house molasses down his back. _ An intelligent physician of our acquaintance gives it as his deliberate opinion, that if the ladies would reform their costume properly and take proper exercise, they soon would need no other “supporters” but good husbands. A pickpocket recently thrust his hand into the pocket of a country parson, and pilfered therefrom a memorandum book, which contained nothing but the skeleton of a sermon upon the text—“ Thou shalt not steal.” The Portland Transcript has an amusing cor respondent who lately relieved himself of the following play on words : “I cannot hear to see a bear Bear down upou a hare ; When hare of hair he strips the hare, For hare 1 cry—Forbear!” A married gentleman, in relating how he tried the disposition ot his wife before marriage, stated that he carelessly drove a blind nag over a twenty feet embankment into a muddy brook, and then helped to get the horse ont of the wa ter before he did his lady. The ladv would have served him right if she had given him the sack, and sued for damages. A negro woman was relating her experience to a gaping congregation oi color, and among other things, she said she had been in Heaven. One of the ladies of color asked her, ••Sister, aid you see any black folks in licavcn ?” -o! get out, spose I go in de kitchen when I war dar ?” Yon may glean knowledge bv rcadiag, but you must separate the chair from the w heat by thinking. The Latest Case. — When the Forest Citv was a mile from the Detroit dock last evening, a man rushed to Capt. Pierce exclaiming, “Are we off, Captain?” “Yes,” was the reply. “Oh. Christopher, Captain, I left my wife standing on the wharf, and told her to wait for me, and C'ap tain—l forgot her.” Amidst shouts of laughter the boat was put about, and the deserted ladv taken on board, to the unbounded delight (if herself and husband. Capt. Pierce vouches for this “case.” My son. would you suppose the Lord's prayer could be engraved on a space no bigger than half a dime ?” “Why yes, lather, if a half dime was as large in reality os it appears in your eyes, I think there w ould be no difficul ty in putting it on four timed." “Go to bed sir.” Said a bed-bug to a musquito whom he chanced to meet; “ How is it yon make out to extract so much more of life's current than my wllen t can bite as severely as vou ? How smair'hm?? a ' n it? “F° r particulars, see dignity. Quoted the musqnito with great lv nf'Sl'fh.Vs * SL! 11 and especial ly of all that has been touched by the fineer of decay, from a palace to-a woman. uXens what is harsh, renders fairer what is Lfr and disposes the mind to a tender melancholv in harmony with all around. ly ' ln “Had you, sir,” said Erskiue to a dilatory tradesman, “been employed to build the ark We should not have had the flood yet.” “Jerome, Jerome,” Bcreamed Mrs. Butterfield to her biggest boy, “what are you throwin’ to those pigeons ? “Gold beads, mother, and the fools are eatin’ em ; I s’pect they think that it’s corn!” The vulgar trace faults in others which they themselves possess, but have no idea of excel lences to which they have no pretensions. H. F. MTLOSKEY, WHOLESALE GROCER, COMMISSION' AND FOR WARDIN'!: MERCHANT. Importer of WUta. Liquor., Clears, etc., , No. 32 Levee, C.len., 111. TS NOW RECEIVING HIS LARGE A and well selected stock of Groceries, Provision*-, M ines, Liquors, etc., which he offers to the trade at the lowest market rates for cash. , • •-M5 hhds X O sugar 150 bbl* green apple# ?00 bbls clarified do 50 bales batting 100 bbl# l"af, crushed aud 60 bids butter crackers powdered sugar 50 lOOIh bxscodfish 17’ bMs St Louis SII mo- 75 50|b do do lasses 125 251 bdo do 100 bbls plantation molasses 250 bxs Scotch herring j 160 “ XO S II do 15 cases sardines 75 44 Syrup fjo 72 do# buckets 25 kegs Golden Syrup do 50 nests tubs 350 bags Rio coffee 125 colls rope 75 packs Java coffee 150 do* bed cords 15 44 Mocha do 50 do# plow line# 35 bags Maracaibo coffee 100 bales oakum 60 hf chests Y II tea . 50 bbls rosin 75 do Imp do 76 do pitch 40 do G P do 60 do tar 125 13!b bxs Imp do 370 kg# assorted nail# too do Gl* do 60 do spikes 100 do Yll do 76 bxs qt and pt flasks 250 61b G P Y II aud Imp do 60 do a«»’d tumbler# 125 21b Caddy# tea 25 do h*«M decanters 75 bbls nos 1,2& 3 mack! 50 do spice Jars 60 hf qr and 1-Sth bbls do 125 do Virginia tobacco 05 kit# salmon 75 do Mo do 75 do mackerel 125 cases Va do 20 bbls pickled herring 100 bxs smoking do 25 drums codfish 26 bbls “ do 250 bxs palm soap 15 bxs Soaffarlatl do 50 bx# variegated tlo 25 do Vemilcella 75 do shaving do 30 do Maccaroni 200 do mould candle# 25 »*sks /.ante currants 100 do dipt do 28 bxs spice chocolate 75 do star do 250 lbs dried cherries 50 hf bxs star do 6 cases preserved glugcr 50 qr 44 do 25 bbl# S S almonds 60 bxs solar do 15 do Alberts 25 bxs sperm do 30 do pecans 100 61b bxs solar candles 10 do pea nuts 125 bxs pipes 15 do Brazil nuts 40 bxs fancy stone pipes 10 do Eng walnuts 75 bales candle wick 75 b\s 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 A ginger 25 do ask’d pickles 150 mats cassia 200 bx> M raisin# 1 bbl nutmeg# 150 lif bxs do 1 do clove# 100 qr do do 25 bxs citron 500 drums Smyrna figs 150 gross blacking 25 nest#cov’d buckets 100 dox blacking brushes 25 bxs clothes pins 50 scrub brushes 50 ueat# clothes baskets 25 casks Boston saleratus 30 tierces rice 30 bags pepper and spice 250 rin.s and bals wrap paper 75 dor zinc wash boards 60 do letter do 600 dag# assorted shot 25 do cap do 1000 lbs bar lead 75 gross assM playing cants I 500 kegs ritlc powder 10-000 gunny bag# 300 do blasting do 6o bbl# vinegar 15 cases canister do 15 do lard oil 250 M percussion caps 1U hhds w hale and spenu oil 22 bbls oysters 25 baskets olive oil 60 cases asM’d preserve# 16 case# P A cheese 50 bxs Eng dairy cheese 150 bxs W R do 250 bush dried apple# 25 do soda cracker# 75 do do peaches 50 do do do 150 bxs lemons and oranges 500 bags (> A salt 35 doz broom* 125 do LB do 35 bxs ink 350 do dairy do 60 do candy 260 bbls hydraulic cement 25 bxs lemon syrup 300 do mess pork 126 grofcs mate he# 60 do lard 50 bxs prune# 150 kgs do 76 do mustard 10,000 lb*, dried beef 50 cases mustard 175 kgs butter 25 bxs tomato catsup 75,000 lbs ham# and should’# 50 do starch 1,000 lbs 3 F tloiir 300 do window glass, assl’d WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 60 qr casks B port wine 100 bxs Cuba cigars 10 qr do Sicily Maderla 60 do Hue imported regalia 10 cask* pure Juice P wine 15 qr cask# united proprle -6 do old sherry dark do tor# brandy 26 do Malaga do 10 hf psOtard and Co brandy sdo old pale sherry do 15 qr pipes asaignette do 6do London dock do 6de Moreau do 10 do Oporoto do lo hf casks champagne do 10 do Lisbon Mi !c?ra do 6qr do Megglery do 6 do cherry bounce do 6hf do Goddard do sdo Tenerlffe do 10 qr do Hennessey do 126 bk’s llledsleck ch&mpg'u 10 qr do Rafteau do 75 casks Khiueisli wine sqr do Pellevoisln do 50 do claret do 10 qr do J J Dupuy do 150 bxs Newark cider 6qr do Ala Mouderedo : 160 do claret wine 10 pps Otard &Co do | 150 do Haut Pautene very tine vlntlge, 1793. I sqr casks Muscat wine 601-Sth caksslgnette brandv j 50 bxs white wine 75 bbls X Y do 25 baskets Hock Ithine do 10 do old Va poach do 25 do Broker’# & Hankers 590 do Ohio whiskey sup champagne 60 do old Bourbon do | 15 cases abysyttth 75 do Monongahela do j 15 bxs creoso 25 do ltye do 10 cases orange Juice 2 punch Scotch do ; 25 casks London porter, pts 3 do Irish do j a, ul q f s 3 pipes pure Swan gin 30 csks Scotch ale, pig Jcqts 25 bbls X E rum 15 cask# brown stout 1 puch pure Jamaica rum 350 M regalia cigar# 1 do do St Croix do 26 M principe do 25 bbl# Baltimore gin. Agent for a Galana and St. LonU, and Ouleun and St. Paul Packet Line of Steamers. Gal. na, May 15, 1652. 34-y HYDRAH.II CEMENT. j r l' IIE SUBSCRIBER HAVING BEEN ; -0- appointed agent for the §ale of Louisville Cement, i vwlli keep a large supply on band, aud will be sold at a ; small advance from manufacturer# prices. Galena, may 15. II F JCcCLOSUT. AMERICAN MILES. r rilE SUBSCRIBER HAVING BEEN -t- appointed nflcflt for the above mills, will keep con stantly on hand a supply of “Extra Family Flour.” War ranted superior to any Dour sold lu tlds market. | Galena, may 15. 11 F McCI.OSKEY. i rtEMIJOHNS—ISO, 1,2, 3, 4 and 5 1 XJ galls, received per Excelsior, and lor sale by it F M'Closeey. PJOFFEE —350 bags Rio coffee just rc | W eelved per Goldcu Era, and for sale by [ H FM’Closkev. ' j'OBACCO —125 bxs. Virginia, rec’d I and for sale hy n F M'Closkey. I L'IGS —500 drums received and for sale j llv H F M’Closkey. IJ ICE—2S tierces rec’d per Golden Era j ft and for sale by h F MCloskey. : S.ALLRATUS—2S bxs. Boston Salera ! ~ t»s, ree’d and for sale by H F M’Closkev. ]\/| ACKEREL—7S bills. No. l. 2 and t- 3 mack-re), rec'd per Golden Era, and for sale by i H f M’Closkey. j f |'EA 150 hf. chests G. P. Imp. and Y II tea rec’d p r Golden Kra, and for sale by ! H F M’Closkey. (’ t 1 RRAN TS—-25 casks Currants rec'd i W per Golden Era, and for saleby I! F M'CLOSKEY. U ERRING—22S bxs. Scotch Herring J rec’d per Golden Era, and for sale by ' HF M’Closkey. ; R AISINS—2S bxs. M. R. Raisins, rec’d -EV and for sale by H FM’Cloikev. \XI INE—ISO casks Claret and White ! . " W*lne, rac’d and for sale by II F M’CLOSKEV. j RACON —50 casks Hams and Shoul i d,r *> rec’d per Bon Accord, Mid for sale by J n F.M’Closkev. j\/l GLASSES—IOO bbls. rec’d and for I J-y-V sale by H F M’CLOSKEV. j (RANDLES —150 bxs. Star Candles, j rec’d per Wisconsin, and for #ale by j __ H F IPClMyif. . r PAR—50 bbls. Tar, rec’d per Wiscon- I jt-?' 11 ’ an ' l ,or 9 »ie t>y H f M’Closkey. I T ARD 50 bbls. Leaf Lard rec’d per I A ~* W’iscontln, and for Bale by n v M’Closkey. Pintandquart Flasks,rec’d I and for sale by H F M’Closkev. ("HDER \ INEGAR—Received and for sale by H F M’Closkev. (lUNNILb —10,000 Gunny Sacks rec’d . p<! r Bon Accord, and for Bale by H F M’Closkey. T)RIED BEEF—IO,OOO lbsTDried Beef rec’d per Bon Accord, and for Bale by H F M'Closkey. () RANGES— 50 bxs. Oranges, rec’d F"l° M, ' s- cxtra superfine Fam | "*■ ll >, tec d per Excelatoi, and for sale by j - ■ HF M’Closkey. i/ 5 v KE I? S , prime Leaf Lard ’ rec’d per j * KkmWui; far iale by H. V. M’Closbev. Hams and shoulders—2o eks! rec'd per Excelsior, and for sole by .. II F M’Closkey. (VI PORK—300 bbls. on hand, and iU to f sale by 11. F. M’Closkev. SOAP —250 bbls. Yellorv, rec’d per Ex- Kxcelslor, and for sale by H F M’Closkev. ( 'ANGLES—ISO bxs. Mould, rec’d and for sale by H F M’CLOSKEV. (jREEN APPLES—IOO bbls. in store, H F M’CLOSKEY. SVGAR —55 hhds. fair to prime N. O. u*ar, rec’d per Wyoming, and for sale by yCi/TTSS —, H f M’Closkey. Union Regalia do do; 10,000 Bloom In doto" slooo’t 10 ’ 0 ? w “ hln * lon 00 Union do do; 5,000 U Lnda dSP2.T r “ «»rls do do; S,- de do; 7,000 L. dofejoo A,n,clna do; res’ per Wyoming for sale by n ! «&3>3aj3L B.wr’sa. B. H. CAMPBELL, *• R» JOKES. B. M. CAMPBELL Ic CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, FORWARDING AND COM MISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS, No. 35 Levee.'Galena, 111. ALSO, AGENTS FOR GALENA AND MINNESOTA U. S. MAIL LINE. Nominee, Capt. O. Smith, leave# Galena, Monday*, at 12 o’clock. Ben Campbell, Capt. Lodwlck, leaves Galena, Friday#, at 12 o’clock. Doctor Franklin, Capt. R. Blakeley, leaves Galena, Wednesdays, at 12 o’clock. tr Good# shipped to go by the above Line, forwareed tree of charge. - £jj FRESH GROCERIES. 'THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW J receiving their Spring Stock «*r Groceries* Provisions, Liquor, GUsewar#, kc., Ac., which we w ill sell very low, and would respectfully invite your attention to our stock and price# before purchasing elsewhere. We have In store the following articles: 288 hints sugar 100 bbl# elder vinegar 250 bbl# clarified sugar 200 bxs candle* 75 bbls crushed, powdered 26 bxs sperm candle# and loaf sugar 60 bxs star do 200 bbls molasses 600 bbl# flour 100 bf-bbl# do 300 bbls pork 16 bbls golden syrup 50 bbls lard 26 bf-bbls do 100 keg# do 30 kegs do 30 bxs starch 350 sack# Rio, Lagulra and 10 bales Gunntc# Java coffee 300 bx 9 raisins 50 hf-chest# Imp, Y II and 200 hf-bxs do black tea 200 qr-bxs do 300 caddie# Imp, Y TI and 60 tierce# rice black tea 100 bbls dried apple* 76 M assorted cigars 50 bbl* dried peaches 200 doz bed cords 300 hf-bxs glass 100 colls rope 10,000 lights sash 60 bale# oakum 10 bale# hop# 600 bbl# seine twine 60 bxs pint flask# 60 coll# lath twine 26 do tumbler# 260 bbls whiskey 20 doz decanters 30 do Bourbon whiskey 60 doz wine glasses 30 do Monongahela do 20 doz champaign glasses 26 do Am brandy 10 doz lantern# 26 do N E rum 150 bxs cheese 20 qi eks port wine , 100 nests tubs 29 do Malaga do ’ 100 doz bucket# 10 do Madcriado 25 casks saleratus 10 do Sherry do 39 bxs almonds 2 pipes Holland gin 25 frails do 1 do St Croix rum 20 bbls til he its 10 hf-pipes brandy 16 bbl# Eng walnut# 20 qr-plpes do 20 bxs maccaroni 301-4 do do 60 gross lamp wicks 25 baskets champaign 100 mis letter and cap paper 75 bxs champaign cider 300 mis wrapping do 10 bx# Muscat wine 30 bxv clothes pin* 69 bxs Claret 30 bxs ground ginger 10 bxs Annesotte 26 !>xs extracts, assorted 100 bbls Dayton alo 10 bbls lard oil 100 lbs Isinglass 10 bbls linseed oil 20 bxs preserves 10 bbls sperm do 25 basket# olive oil 100 market basket# 25 bxs pickles 76 bbls mackerel 20 bags pepper 75 hf-bbls do 16 bags spice 40 qr-bbls do 40 eks currants 100 kilt# do 1 bbl cloves 100 kills salmon 1 do nutmegs 26 drum# codfish 100 lb* mace 100 bxs do 25 bx# chocolate 100 bxs herring 400 keg# nails 100 small bxs tobacco 30 bxs ground pepper 100 large do do 20 bxs do spice 40 bxs smoking do 16 bxs cassia 26 bxs fine cut ch’ug tobacco 500 lbs cassia in mats 10 bx# scaffarlati do 50 doz scrubbing brushes 100 bx* pipes 26 doz shoe do 30 bxs brandy cherries 500 M gun caps 100 doz zinc washboards 16 case# sardine* 60 bbls tar 30 bbls oysters 26 bbls pitch 30 bxs ink 26 bbls rosin 30 bales twine 60 bxs lemon# 30 do wlcking 10 cases prune# 300 drum# tigs 600 sacks salt 200 demijohns B. n. CAMPBELL 5c CO. No. 35 Levee. Galena, May 15, 1852. 34-v R. 8. Harris & €O. WHOLESALE AH) RETAIL GROCERs> Forwarding and Commission Merchants. BOAT STORES. ALSO, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN* PI'KK BRANDT, WINES, CIGARS, Ac. HAVE on hand and are constantly receiving tlic following, which we are prepared to sell cheap and on terms that cannot fall to suit purchaser*. SUGARS AND .MOLASSES. 40 hints’ .V. O. Sugar, 60 hbls. S II Molasses, 100 Mils Claimed A it IS sugar 60 hr bids S H do 60 do “ OStOO do 20 kegs do do 20 do loaf do 20 bbls X O do 20 do crushed do 20 hf hbls do do 10 do pulveriged do 10 kegs Golden Svnip. COFFF.K AND TEA. 100 sacks Rio Codec, 06 bxs Imperial Tea, 30 sacks Java do 60 61b bxs do do 30 « Lagulra do SO bxs G P do 10 “ St. Domingo Coffee, 40 61b bxs G P do 20 « lla-ana Green do 40 6ft 131 b bxs YII Tea, 10 bxs ground do 30 bxs blk Oalmo do 6 “ .Manilla do 10 do do very line do PORK AND BACON. 100 bbls Mess Pork, 600 Sugar Cur< d Hams, 30 do Prime do 10 casks clear Sides, 40 hf bbls Family Pork, 10 do Shoulders. COD FISH, MACKF.IIKL, &c. 25 bbls No 1 Mackerel, 6 drums Cod Fish, 20 tlo No 2 do 60 bxs do do 16 do No 3 do 60 kits Salmon, .0 kite No 1 do 100 bxs Herring, CANDLES AXD SOAP. 200 bxs Mould Candles, 100 bxs Palm Soap, 60 do dipt do 16 do Family do 100 do Star do 126 do Quincy Yellow, 10 do Adamantine Candles. 60 do Variegated do PICKLKS AND CATSUP. 25 bxs assorted Pickle*, 25 bxs Tomato Catsup, 6 do Cabbage do 6 do Walnut do 6do Plcullla do 6do Mushroom do SPICES AND KXTRAOTS. 20 bx* ground Pepper, 40 doz Extract of Lemon, 10 do ground Pimento, 10 do do Vanilla, 6do do Cassia 30 do do Cloves, 30 matte do 10 do do Hose, TABLE EKIIT AND PRESERVES. 16 bxs Cherries, lo bxs preserved Pears, 10 do Peaches, 10 do Quinces, 10 do Strawberries, 10 do assorted Jellies, 10 do Apricots, 10 do Jams, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 60 bxs Virginia Tobacco, 100 bxs choice Regalia, viz’ 20 do Missouri do 20 do Jenny Lind, 25 do R&.R smoking 20 do Napoleon, 60 do G&W do 10 do l.a Union, i sdo S L chewing do 60 do Washington, I 10 do Nectarlna do 60 do Principe, 6do Gold Leaf do 60 do Cuba Slx-s. ! WINES AND LIQUORS. I 10 hf pipes Brandies, viz: 6qr eks Rurgnndv Port, 4 hr do Otard, pure 6qr do Pure Juice do 4hf PsPlnet, Capillar it co 1 pipe Swan Gin, 4 do Gotard, 100 bbls rectPtied whiskey, 4 do J J Dupree, 40 do Mon'la and Bye do 4 do First Proof 10 bxs Champagne Cider, 20 do Brandy 60 do Claret, 40 Bth pipes Brandy, 10 do Stoughton, 20 bxs Brandy Cherrle* 10 do Peppermint, 10 do Peaches, 2qr casks Malt Wine, 10 do Abslntha, lo bx* stomach bitter*. SHIP CHANDLERY. 100 coils Ass’d Man’laCordagcSOO Tackle Block*, assorted 60 do Tar’d 600 Hooks and Thimble*. ’ ot , d ~ Hemp 100 Capstan Bars, assorted, 25 ruts Packing Yarn, 200 Yawl and Skiff Oars 26 coils Cotton Rope, ass’d 600 Setting poles, 2 do Lead Line Hemp 200 Sockets, 2 do do Cotton 10 pair Cant Hooks o do Bell Rope Hemp, 60 Sheaves, plane ft bushed sa do n, t l e 'i! K i P . e ’ 26 d ° f" r Filler Rope, 5 doz Dick Buckets, lo doz Hickory Brooms, Gum Packing, all sizes, Guskct Paper, ’ wn £sl? T r ar ’ ®9 bbl 9 Pltcl > a nd Rosin, 200 keg* Tar 60 bales Oakum, 5? do * r “’ l Splke9 > ass'd 1000 lbs Spun Yam h. Marlin 60 W ood Pumps, 26 Caulking Mallets SUNDRIES. 200 sacks G A Salt, 300 bbls Family Flour, 30 do LB do 20 case** Matches. 60 do Dalrj-S.lt, 20 bxs Pepper Sauce ,non C 'J S, | S c„„ do 6 do Green Com aud Peas Spcrn. Oil, lo do Lemon Syrup, 20 bbls Lard do 6do Orange Water. 10 hf bbls Lard Oil, 20 do Starch, ' 10 bbls Linseed do 6 tierces Rice 6 do Tanners’ do 100 bxs Bby 10 Glass, 6 Baskets Olive do no do 10 bv 12 do 600 cans Sardines, 40 do 11 by 16 do 600 do Fresh Oysters, 60 do 12 by 18 do 20 Vest's w Tubs 1000 lb* Lathe Twine. 20 doz Painted Buckcls, 20 121 b cans Mustard. 5 casks Saleratus, 30 bxs oo 20 bxs do 30 do Plpeg 60 bbls Cider Vinegar, 20 do Collins’ Axes 60 cans Lobsters and Clams2ooo lbs Bar Lead. 00 kegs Blasting Powder 100 pigs do 2 ® d 0 Pifl * 20 bxs Jenny Lind Candy 60 do C annon 20 do assorted Brandy do 520 doz cans Sporting do 60 kegs Lard, 100 do Brooms, assorted 60 Firkins Butter, 00 rms wrap>g Paper, ass'd 10 bxs Ginger 20 dz Writing Paper, 20 bbls S S Almonds, 280 gross playing cards, 10 do Brazil Nuts 250 bxs W R Cheese, 10 do Pea Nuts,^ nSj do ®C) do 10 do Pllberta, -50 kegs Nalls, assorted, 20 bales Wrapping Twine, 200 lba Seine do 20 bbls Pilot Bread, 200 do Sack do 'i d * H" 9 ***'*’ 100 bxs Raisin*, 2 do Manilla Matte, 50 hf bx* Raisins, 6do r V' 1 !," 4 6 “*• Kailua, 20 do Scrub £35, ass’d £ 10 Sr.horbraX’s, 3 Bte Ink> 10 do Zinc Wash Bosrds, 60 do sSlioe Tacks' 6 bxs Cayenne Pepper, 6 kegs Salt Petr? M 0 bushels Plasterer,’ Hair 1000 gal. Stone lif, G w ", Cap "’ 200 " ack " Sh ‘**> assorted, 100 lb# Nutmegs, 2 doz Oil Can*. 10 bxs Vermacilla, 100 bbls Louisville Cement, 10 da Macaroni, 2 doz Selves, ’ 10 do Coopers’ Isinglass, 5 bxs Curlso, 10 do Shred do 20 do Yeast Powders. 20 bxs Chocolate M bbls Crackers. 100 do Indigo, 6 cases Prune*. Galena, June 5,1862—37 y SSOO CHALLENGE. YJU HATEVER concerns the health and * * happim-ss of a people Is at all time* of the most valuable Importance. 1 take It for granted that every person will do all in their power to #ave the lives of their children, and that every person will endeavor lo promote their own health at all sacrifice*. I feel It to be my duty to solemnly assure yen that Worm#, according to the o plnlon of the moat celebrated Physician, are the prlmarv Cause* of a large majority of diseases to which children and adult# are liable; If yon have an appetite continually changeable from one kind of food to another* Bad Breath, Patti in the Stomach, Picking at the Ko*e, Hardness and Fullness of the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever, Pulse Ir regular—rciueuil>er that all these denote Worms, and you should at once apply the remedy:— HOBENSACK’S WORM SYRUP. An article founded upon Scientific Principles, compound ed with purely vegetable substance*, being perfectly safe when taken, and can be given to the most tender Infant with decided beneficial effect, where Boicel Complaint* and Diarrhea have made them weak and debilitated the Tonic properties of mv worm Syrup are such that It stand* without an equal in the catalogue of medlciues, in giving tone and strength to the stomach, which makes It an in fallible remedy for those afflicted with Dy*pep»ia , the as tonishing cures performed by tlds syrup after Physicians have failed, |# the best evidence of Its superior efficacy ever all others. THE TAPE WORM. This l* the most difficult Worm to destroy of all that in fest the human system; It grows to an almost indefinite length, becoming so coiled and fastened in the intestines and stomach, affecting the health so sadly as to cause St. Vitus Dance, Fits, &c., that those afflicted seldom If ever suspect that It is Tape Worm hastening them to an early grave, in order to destroy this worm, a very energetic treatment must be pursued, it would therefore be proper to take 6 to 8 of my liver Pills so as to remove all obstruc tion*, that the Worm syrup may act direct upon the Worm, which must he Liken in doses of 2 tablespoon!uls 3 times a day; these directions followed have never been known to fall in curing the must 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 fllterer to purify the blood, or giv ing the proper secretion to the bile; so that any wrong action of the Liver affects the other important parts vt the system, and results variously, in Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, etc. We should, therefore, watch every symptom that might indicate a wrong action of the Liver. These Pills being coni]>osed of Roots and Plants furnished by nature to heal the sick: Namely, Ist, an Ex pectorant, which augments (lie secretion from the Pul monary multi# membrane, or promote# the discharge of secretad matter. 2d. An Alterative, which changes in some Inexplicable and Insensible manner the certain mor bid action of the system. 3d. A Tonic which gives tone and strength to the nervous system, renewing health and vigor to all parts of the body. 4th. A Cathartic which acts in perfect harmony with the other ingredients, and operating on the Bowels, and expelling the whole mass of corrupt and vitiated mailer, and purifying the Blood, which destroys disease and restores health. To Female*. You will flwl these* Fills an invaluable medicine In many complalms to which you are subject, in obstructions, ei ther total or partial, they have been found of Inestimable bcm-llt, restoring their functional arrangements to a heal thy aciton, purifying the blood and other fluids so effec tually to put to flight all complaints which may arise from female irregularities, as headache, giddiness, dimness of sight, pain in the side, back, etc. Nolle genuine unless signed 44 J. N- llobeiisark,” all oth ers being base imitation. 13- Agents retailing new supplies, and Store Keepers desirous of becoming Agents must address the Froiirletor, J. N. llobcusatk, Philadelphia, Fa. 40y For sale by J. H. STEVENS & Co. SCARRITT & MASON’S SPRING ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1852. TT7E ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF * » the largest and best assorted stock of FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, see have ever had; which we ufler to wholesale ami retail dealers at the very lowest prices, and feel confident we cannot fall to meet their approba tion. in connection with our manufacturing, \ce purchase from all the best markets, East or West, thus keeping pace with all Improt entente In our Hue, aud enabling us to of fer a great variety of late styles at the lowest prices. Our Warehouse Is large; this with other facilltses every way equal, enables us to keep a large stock al all tinu-sl Urn's ottering great inducements to Wholesale Dealers. IVe Invite attention to a large stock of sofas, sofa beds, lounges, bureaus, wardrobes, divatls, rocking and parlor chairs, cane-seat chairs, tables, bedsteads, oflicenml easy chairs, wire and tin safes, spring, hair, cotton, ntoss, po lin'* and husk M A ITREIjSES, with a complete assortment of UPHOLSTERY, all of our own make, and every at tide w arranted, thus making a perfect assortment ef desirable PARLOR, HOTEL, BED ROOM AND KITCHEN FUR NITURE, To which we are continually recelv litg additions, thus keeping our stock large and complete, and Insuring oid-rs tilled without delay. SCAP.RITT’S PATENT SOFA BED, Which Is Acknowledged the most desirable article of the kind ever produced, always on hand or made 10 suit vour baste .t short notice. The attention of all housekeepers, hotel-keepers, steamboat ofllcers, and the public In gen eral' Is requested to an examination, when we think they will each and all say we are correct. TO DEALERS. We offer at Wholesale— -206 Bureaus, 200 Children’s chairs, 100 Sofas, too timcc chairs, 100 Mohogany rockers, 100 Willow chairs, 60 Rosewood and maliog- 100 Willow cradles, ant east chairs, 100 Tin and wire safes, 200 Mahogany parlor chalrssoo Bedsteads; 200 Cane-seat rocking do; 2CO Dining and breakfast ta -200 W ood seat do dig hies, 1,000 Cane-seat chairs, 200 Work stands, 1,000 \\ ood-seat do 100 Sewing stands, Ac. We have made arrangements for a continued large sup ply of the above and all other articles In our line, and confidently say don’t “ go further, as jott may tare wor-e.” Please call and examine, at No. 00 Washington Ave . „ SCaRKITT A. MASON. St* Units, May !. 2 3-2, n LATEST ARRIVAL OF TRESH GROCERIES! R E\ & FARMER, Roberts street, next -LV door to the World’s Fair, have Just received per Dr. Franklin No. 2, their second spring stock of fresli Family Groceries, Provisions, Fee., which they will sell at their u-ual cheap rates. Our supply is now superior to any ever brought to this market; and we confl dentlv appeal to our former cu-loniers for a continuance of their favors, knowing that those who have purchased ol'us once will not fail to come again. _may 22. KEY & FARMER. T7XTRA superfine War Eagle Flour— -»-4 A supply on hand, which we can sell at the most ac commodatliiK rates. RE Y & FARMER. 130RK—An excellent article lor Fam -K- lly use, for sale by KEY & FARMER. r j' l EAS—Fresh Teas, received at New J- York by the late quick trips of the “Clipper fleet,” only ninety day* irom Canton) the best In market. RKY & FARMER. i\/[ ACCARONI AND VERMICELLI ~ ~~ ~* y nc,v supply of f res i| and good, rec’d per Frank lin No. 2, for salejjy KEY & FARMER. T? AISINS—Fresh M R. Raisins, of this -»-V Spring’s importation, rec’d per Franklin No. 2, for •*** by REY tc FARM Kit. TJRIED I’ RUlT—Apples and Peaches, -t-r a most superior article, for sale by KEY & FARMER. AT AILS—Of all sizes, from the best -L » manufactor!in the country, for *ale at very low rates b y ' KEY Ac FARM Kit. ( 'HILDREN’S Carriages and Willow Ware ot all kinds, purchased at the manufactory, and for sale hy REY & FARM kit. ( ANGLES AND SOAP.—Star and _ KEY & FARMER. pOTTO N BATTING—A good supply V - / °n hand. REY & FARMER. jVI ANILLA CORDAGE—For sale by REY & FARMER. pOFFEE AND SUGAR^SmcITTf both largely replenished by arrival of Franklin Xo. 2, every variety of these articles for sale by REY & FARMER. IE CLAIRE FOUNDRY, T_ DAVENPORT, IOWA, 'HE PROPRIETORS of the above establishment would call the attention of mill-wrlghtu and mill-owners, with others that may want machinery to the fa.t that they are ready to furnlah various kinds of work at their establishment viz : Mill Gearing for flour and saw mill*, hoisting and light er screws, reaction water wheels of different kinds, horse powers, threshers and separators, fanning mill,com shel lor, plow and cultivator castings, wagon hubs, arms and boxes, grate* for windows, pavements and parlors, fronts for store and warehouses, columns, plain or fluted square or round, boat and mill engines, large or small, horizon tal or upright, slide or lever cot-oft; Blacksmlthing and finishing, and In fact everything ordered In our line, of Iron brass, composition or babbit metal. Our patterns are all new, and mlll-w rights ordering ma chinery can have It In the latest and best style. We do not Intend to be surpassed by any establishment, for neat ness of proportion, or strength and durability. Care and experience will be exercised in selecting, mixing, and smelting of metals, to make it satisfactory to the purcha ser and creditable to the manufacturer. le claire, davenport & 00. Davenport, May 22, 1862. 36-4 m Choice Lands for Sale. XX’ E have several tracts of choice farm ' ' In* land*, a short distance from St. Paul, which we wish to w]i on reasonable term*. ALSO, A tract of heavily-timbered bottom opposite Little Crow village, four »«• Pau '- ™" tract offer, rare Inducements ‘° r m “ Utac, " ri “« and WILLOI’GIiBT A POWERS, Livery stable, Roberts Street. CHEAP CASH STORE—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HARDWARE BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, FURNITURE, BOOKS AND STATIONERY* TIIE subscriber, by l#te arrivals is now In receipt and opening In hi# store on St. Anthony street, near the American Honse, a large and mo#t complete assort ment of the above named goods, which will positively be sold at lower price# for cash than ever before offered in this place. Ills entire stock wa* selected with great care, and purchased in the eastern and southern markets for cash, so that he can safely assure hts friends and the pub lic generally that it will be to their interests to call be fore purchasing elsewhere and examine his stock, which consist# in part as follows: GROCFjRIES. 6 hhds N Orleans sugar, 12 chests fine Y n tea, 12 bbls do do 17 caddies tiue Imperial tea, 16 44 clarified sugar, 25 44 gunpowder tea, 5 44 crushed do 25 boxes W R cheese, 3 * 4 pulverized sugar, 10 44 fresh raisin*, 8 4 ‘ SH molasses, 1 cask 44 currants, 10 44 N O do 10 drums fresh fig#, 3 44 golden syrup, 6 boxes assorted candy, 13 bags Rio coffee, 28 dozen boxes sarpines, 6 44 Java do 20 44 can* oysters, 10 bbls rice, 6 baskets olive oil, 10 44 butter crackers, 6 boxes assorted plckels, 6 44 No 1 mackerel, 7 44 to nato catsup, 3 44 do salmond, 3 44 mushroom catsup, 10 boxes smoked herriug, 3 44 walnut catsup, 25 44 codfish, 6 44 pepper sauce, 60 44 table salt, 6 44 lemon syrup, 10 sack# coarse salt, 10 M regalia cigars, 7 boxes N Y mustard, I*2 44 Cuba 44 6 coses do 6 44 Principe 44 6 boxes groud pepper, 16 boxes chewing tobacco, 3 44 grain do 100 dozen smoking do 3 44 alsplce, 60 lbs macaboy snuff, 2 44 cloves, 6 boxes S D pipes, 2 44 cinnamon, 15 44 matches, 8 44 wheat starch, 6 44 ginger, 16 44 No 1 soap, 6 gross Mason’s blacking, 2 44 custile soap, 9 boxes ink, 2 44 fancy do 10 kegs rifle powder, 15 * 4 mould candles, 8 dozen cans do 7 44 star do 40 bags shot, 4 44 sperm do 900 lbs bar lead, 3 bbls sperm oil, 10 M gun caps, 6 44 lard oil. 10 dozen brooms, 12 dozen axe helves, 6 44 shoe brushes, 4 44 mop handles, 6 44 scrub brushes, 4 44 doortnats, 20 44 bedcords, 10 44 clothe# Hues, 8 44 painted pails, 5 44 covered buckets, 6 44 washboards, 2 44 well do 10 44 measures, 4 boxes clothes’ pins, 6 coils manilla rope, 6 dozen market baskets 6 dozen wood bowls. The above enumerated goods comprise only a small portion of my stock. 1 shall keep constantly on hand a large quantity PROVISIONS, such as hams, shoulders, butter, lard, flour, pork, peach es, apples, potatoes, corn and oat#. Also, WINES AND LIQUORS, consisting of whiskey, brandy, port, madelra, gin, porter, claret, champaigns and ale. Also, CLOTHING, a complete and fashionable assortment, made up In the best manner, and of the best material, among which are overcoats, dress and frock coats, and vests of all kinds, colors and sizes; under clothing In great variety. Also, ROOTS 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 gene ral assortment of hardware, paints, glass, tinware cutle ry* on#, 6lc. joun Farrington. INSURANCE BV TIIE Protection Insurance Comp.’y OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. INCORPORATED 1825. Capita] Stock, Annual Premiums & Western Fund 31000.069. rpm: merchants and householders of St Paul and Ramsey J. county, are respectfully refeired to the superior advan tages offered for Fire and Marine Insurance, bv W. P. MURRAY, Esq, The duly authorized Agent for this Company: By the establishment, 26 years since of a central office at Cincinnati, for the prompt settlement of western and *«wth western losses, a careful selection «»f risks, the most unremitting attention to their dispersion, and prudence and economy in all Its transactions, the officers of this Compa ny have had the satisfaction of seeing the usefulness and prosperity constantly upon the increase duriug a long pe riod of years. Many other Companies have in the MEANTIME FAILED TO DISCHARGE THEIR JUST LI AMILITIES, HAVING BEES WEAKENED AND FINALLY RENDERED BANKRUPT, BY A RECKLESS COURSE OF BUSINESS. Insurance Companies of this stamp and character are continually springing up in various parts of the country. It is not our purpose (by accepting premiums inade quate TO COVER THE AVERAGE ANNUAL LOSS) to compete with such Irresponsible offices, whose object would seem to be to collect a considerable sum from the opera tions of one or two seasons, divide the proceeds, and pay their losses, or not, as expediency may dictate. On the contrary, the PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, will maintain its business upon a perma nent and responsible basis, and thereby secure a c*>n llnuanca of the patronage which has hitherto been so lib •rally extended. w. B. ROBBINS, General Agent Protection Insurance Comp’y. The undersigned, local Agent, is supplied with blank policies ami renewal receipt#, which will be Issued, cov ering approved risks upon reasonable term*. W. P. MURRAY, Agent Protection Insurance Company for St Paul and Ramsey county. St Paul, November 13,1851—d Fresh Oysters, Strawberries, Peaches, &c. Edward Wright. NO. 16 HILL STREET, Baltimore, Md. HAS now, and will contsnue to keep constadtly on hand, a good supply of Hermetically Scaled Fresh Cove, and Spice Cove OYSTERS of superior qualities, put up expressly for the Southern and Western trade. Also, fresh Fruits, Vegetable#, Meats, Cream aud Milk, Clams, Soft and Hard Crabs, Tur tle and Diamond Back Terrapin, put up with their fine flavor, and warranted to keep in any climate. attention of dealers Is respectfullv Invited. Oct. 17—c at I«EW STOUE. FOR THE ST. CROIX RIVER TRADE. ON nAND—A selected assortment of groceries, pro visions, dry goods and ready-made clothing, hard ware and lin-ware, boots and shoes. A general assort ment selected particularly for the lumber trade--• heap for cash. Ou time, terms agreed to suit parties. w. H. c. FOLSOM. Taylor's Falls, Minn., Sept. 23,1551. y MANNY & WELD WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES. 166 Main Street, St. Louis, WOt’ ED respectfully call the attention of dealers in Minnc.-ota, to tire largest and most varied assort ment of Roots and Shoes ever offered in St* Louis Believing that they can offer better inducements to pur chasers, than any other establishment; which they are willing to demonstrate upon an examination of theirgoods and prices. September 24, 1351—v IRON, HAILS & STEEL, MANUFACTURED BY THE St. Louis Rolling Mill, From Minouri Iron Mountain Ore. I ’HAS. W. BORUP has on hand and Is constantly receiving, Iron Steel ond Nails, manu factured by the above establishment, at the following prices for cash, or approved credit: Round, square and Hat bar, B large -2 to 6 cts. Round and square, A “ “ 6 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 els. Sheet Iron from No. 10 to 27 - - 6 to 7 l-o Spring Steel, - Br .“ Rough, y' American Blister - - - - 10 NAILS—IO-12-16-20-30-40-60-60d per lb. 6 eta keg $1 60 “ ® - - - do 6 1-2 « 625 * * - - do 7 eta « 676 3 - - do 8 « 775 SPUES—cut, - . . do 7 « 676 “ wrought - . do 10 « 980 Anvils, - - - .do 17 cts. »agon Botes, - . do 4 1-2 Buggy « ,et - - _ . .70 cm. S3-IRON GUARANTEED. The Nolls will be found oil trial to be superior to any other in market. - MaT 36-6m_ TAKE NOTICE. r l HOSE indebted to me by note or oth ■A- eralse, wit! confer a favor by paying the same to Truman M. Smith. R. M. SPENCER. Saint Paul, May 7, 1832. FURS!" FURS il W A^MiV f V^ ,1 “ Dd doll »r* .worth of Pur., for ?’ ct ! th * hlehest market price, In cash, will be P Dec. 20? **“ Wil ' “• FORBES. MEBTOIROFWiIaLIAM ELLERY rj J ~ Chanulng, with an engraving, In 3 vole. For sale * LeDCC a. KOHRE&. T IFE and Public Services of John Quincy Adams, by Wni. n. Seward. For sale by I-rDVC It KOUBEIt. H YDRAULIC RAMS, PumpOUad , A Fipe, Sheeting, and Bar Lead, Patent Churns, &c . for sale by p . vL a.) . ‘ St. Paul, June 6, 1862 -37 v 8 ‘ E IU " GRAEFENBER6 COMPA NY, NEW YORK. THE GRAEFENBERG 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 advertisements, and it is beyond all question the most valuable preparation of the day. So highly concentrated 19 It, that the dose 1# but the half of a small tea-spoonful, while the dose of that which Is sold in large bottle# is nearly a wine-glass full, and has been pronounced decidedly injurious In many cases, owing to It# liability to become sour and ferment. TnE GREEN MOUNTAIN VEGETABLE OINTMENT. The power of the Green Mountain Vegetable Ointment Is astonishingly groat. There 1# 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 inffaination and pain. It will quiet the most 44 angry ” looking wound#, soften and reduce swell ings of the hardest kind, and purify and restore to perfect soundness old and inveterate sores. Among the disease# to which this wonderful Ointment is adapted are the fol lowing : Glandular swellings, ague In the face, swelled breasts and sore nipple* of nursing women, brouchitis, felon# and ring worms, scald head, and is an invaluable dressing for burns, scalds and drawn blisters, shingles, erysipelas, piles, infiamatlou of the eye# yields to its power immediately; all brulsee# and fresh cut wound# are cured with great rapidity, fever sores and scroffulou# sores are soon changed into a healing condition, and frequenly entirely cured. GRAEFENBERG DYSENTERY SYRUP. Tlds celebrated and unrivalled medicine is of Immediate efficacy In the most violent and obstinate cases of dysen tery, diarrhoea, bloody flux, Asiatic cholera, cholera mor bus, cholera infantum, looseness of the bowels, gripings and all other Irregularities of the intestines. The cause# of the above various complaints «tc various, sometimes they are atmospheric; sometimes they arise from the eatlng'of unripe or unwholesome food; sometimes from the use of river water; sometime# from' a natural predisposition of the system; sometimes from teething children are frequently affected without any noticeable cause. But no matter what the origin, this syrup is sov rcign, In the most sickly tropical countries as well as the most temperate climes. The following directions should be carefully observed. Unlike all other medicines offered for similar complaints, this syrup acts specifically upon the secretion*, restoring them at once to health. Other dysen tery medlciues merely allay the more violent symptoms— this cures! TIIE GRAEFENBERG CONSUMPTIVE BALM It is beyond all question true that the Consumption (phthisic pulmonaris) is a curable disease. Some of the ablest medical writers assert this; among whom we may cite the celebrated names of Ltenec, Andral, Cnnil ller, Stokes and Williams. Their researches, as well as the mort? recent ones of Rogee and Boud.*t, that so far from pulmonary tubercle being necessarily fatal, It Is spon taneously cured by nature in a vast number of cases, even when large ulcers have been formed on the lungs. The great object, is to arrest the progress of the ulcers (or tubercles) upon the lungs, and to heal them perma nently. Health will then follow. This the Graefenberg Consumptive Balm will do, and it Is believed to be the only remedy ever discovered. It acts at once upon the tubercles and invariably arrests their progress, and restores the lungs to soundness. It will not of course replace those I>ortlons 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 Sural of that institution. None genuine unless it ha# the seal of the company. A CURE IS WARRANTED . This is a sufficient argument to induce every person suf fering under this disease to try It. The money will be im mediately refunded if a cure does not result from its use according to directions. THE GRAEFENBERG KTE-LOTiON For disorders of the eye this lotion has no equal; It Is com pounded upon the most scientific principles, and lias per formed extraordinary cures. For violent Inhumation, dim n ss and failing of the sight, weakness of the eyes, invol untary weeping, foreign substances in the eyes, etc., It i a positive and speedy cure. GRAEFENBERG CHILDREN’S PANACEA, A most strange and incredible fact meets us at the very threshold of our remarks on this valuable medicine, it is this: that no medicine prepared adapted to the various dis eases of children and youth has ever bo n offered X, the public, while at the same time It Is established by the most accurate tables of mortality that one-half of the hu man family die before reaching the age of five years. We should suppose that to tills great class of human suf ferers—this one-half of the race—the most anxious and earnest attention would have been given; that medical skill would have been tasked to Its utmost capacity to find out a medicine to which mothers and nurses might resort under the constantly recurring necessities which present themselves In this connection. The world is llterallv crowded with medicines for adults, but to thesutfering of children no one ha* seemed to turn proper Attention. No one has regarded their condition. No one bos seemed to think It possible that the ravages of disease and death among them might be stayed. It is true that there are numerous N ennifnges and Cordials of some value, but each of these are confined exclusively to one or two forms of disease. The Graefenberg Children’s Panacea is the •roly medicine extant to either hemisphere that is at all worthy of b lug called a Children’s Medicine; or that sup plies the great want alluded to. GRAEFENBERG VEGETABLE PILES. History of tlie Graefenbery Vegetable Pills—Perfcc lion the result of undivided attention. The Inventor ot these Pills, possessing a long and Inti mate ac iiuilntnnce with the human system, and with the numerous medicines to which medical m n usually resort, studied for many long and wearisome vears upon the sin gle proposition how to prepare a PILL which would act ln harmony with the great laws of Nature, and expel dis eases without dolus violence to the system. GRAEFENBERG HEALTH BITTERS. Entirety Vegetable. , Skillfully and elegantly prepared bv tlie Graefenberg Company, front a number of most purifying, Invigorating and healing ROOTS, BARKS, HERBS and vines, gathered ln the forests aud prairies of America. Sold hy J. H. STEVENS U. CO. September 1,1861. SU ADtho,ly r “ IU NOTICE. A LL persons interested, please take -4 A. notice that I have been appointed bv the Court of Probate of the County of Ramsey , administrator on the estate of John Stean, late of said county, deceased, and will attend to all claims or demands Tor or against his es “''• THOMAS P. REED, St. Paul, March 30, 1862. 3m Administrator. STOVES. Competition defied at the Cheap Stove Store On Third, between Roberts and Jack.son streets. I HAVE now on hand a splendid assortment of Stoves of the iuo*t approved patterns, among which will be found Letters double oven, Queen of the Prairies, Ir ving’s air-tight, Prairie Queen. Prairie state, St. Louis air-tight, prize premium, Grecian parlor, cottage parlor, Etna parlor, Saratoga box, alr-tlght, Bridge 6c Brothel’s; Sheet-Iron alr-tlght, of all sizes and patterns, seven and ten-plate stoves. I have also a good assortment ot the following articles: hollow ware, ramp kettles, fry-pans, bake ovens, stew pans, brass kettles, spoons, ladles, coffee mills, churn., buckets, brass, iron and tin candlesticks, sieves, brooms, wooden and metal faucets; zinc, sheet Iron, copper and Japan ware, Iron and brass wire, snuffers, trays, spittoons patent zinc washboards, waffle Irons, sad-irons, rivets, Iron ears, steel traps, sheep and cow bells, spring balances currycombs, horse canls. Also, Axes, axe handles, hatchets; rl,i and X cut saws; shovels, spades, tire shovels, to-igs, grub and garden linos, garden scythes, pitchforks, plows, hydraulic rams, force and lift pumps, lead pipe, pig, sheet and bar lead,Russia Iron, grind stones, percussion caps, pistols, hunting-glas ses, hunting hatchets, &c. In short, tny assortment consists of almost every thing usually kept in the stove and tinware line. It Is of the best quality, aud 1 will sell at prices low enough to satis fy almost any one. All kinds of Gutter cave trough, spouting, Ac., also every description of Job work, at ail times neatly and substantially done at my tin-shop, at reasonable prices tffioct F. 8. MB WELL. F. E. COLLINS, AUCTIONS COMMISSION HOUSE THE undersigned having received an Auctioneer’s Com mission from the Governor of Minnesota, has opened an Auction and Commission House, in St. Paul, where he will sett on commission, Groceries, Dry Goods, Furniture, Ate. He believes that the superior advantages of St. Paul as a market, will be a sufficient Inducement for business men and manufacturers at a distance, to scud their goods, Ac., to be sold on commission at private sale or at auction. Ills charges will be moderate. ’ N. B. Particular attention wl[l be paid to the sale of real estate, lu or about St. Paul, SL Anthony, or Stillwa- M * rch 6 F. E. COLLINS. REFERENCES: Gor. Alev. Ramsey, St. Paul, lion. 11. 11. Sibley, Mendora, “ David Olmsted, Merchant, Benton Ct., “ J. C. Ramsey, St. Paul, “ "m. h. Forbes, j F.lfelt N Brothers- / ~ J. W. Simpson, )• Merchants, St. John Farrington, l Paul. D. L. Fuller, J Franklin Steele, Mer. St. Anthony Wm. Holcombe, Esq., Stillwater. For Rent. TWO new frame dwellings with two A lota of ground attached lo each house, suitable for good gardens, as It was cultivated last ve«. Aba. ‘X tLTkT"? fIV « ac "* °' *ronn“Mdl?’g« n >S c^^Applyt'” 1 - A 1 FOR BAIAC, 60 tawn ?o°£ A. CIIKEVRR, St. Anthony City. Kittson’s Addition. T mS desirable ground, lying in the ot St plm 1 c f ntr * l atKl advantageous part of the basin hLi ,V.. S’.w he . re mu,t lneTl **bly be the principal river ami rf»iLrLi# l^ C i tOWD ’ Wording also the most choice *od delightful lota In the rear, upon the bench fordwel ...l 52“*?’ ’* *ur v «yed Into lota and now offered for sate with titles undisputed a id Indisputable, at reaaona . *l2 W F r * ce *S uhd upon liberal terms of credit, for most of the purchase money, and lumtier for bnildlng on lots sold In the addition, will be furnished at the rotary saw mill on easy terms. CHAN. n. OAKES, Agent for Proprietors. I HARDWARE & CUTLERY. IFE have now in store a complete as > V assortment, making our stock unusually large, which wc offer to purchasers at lowest prices, and oo beat terms—among which may be found a complete assortment of— Axes—Simmons’, Collins’, Hunt’s and others. Scythes—Waldron’# grass, grain, and bush,"as sorted. Scythe Snathes—Assorted; 'al!'prlcee,;qu»lMcs and kinds. Scythe Stones and Rifles—Assorted, all prices, qualities and kind#. Forks—Hay and manure, 2,3, 4 and 6 pronged, ass’d/ Chains— Bright ox tad log, 8-8,71-6,1-2 and 6-Binch, assorted. Chains—Bright trace assorted; coll, breast and halter, assorted. Collars— Horse and male, assorted, (hog and kip skin#.) Ha ME#—Horse and mule, 6team bent and riveted. Hoes—Carolina, planter*’, eyed and handled, a*»’d. Hakes—Hay and garden, iron and wood, ass’d. Knives—Table knives and forks, all patterns and qual ities. KNIVES—TabIe knives and forks, all patterns and qualJ (ties* Razors—Wade & Butcher’s, Crooks, and others, ass’d/ Shears and Scissors—Butcher’#, Lux’#, great varD ety of patterns. Locks— Mineral knob, assorted; door, newest patterns and styles. Locks —Pad, chest, trunk, till, plate, assorted. Latches —Knob, thumb aud other#, all kinds, ass’d. Butts—Greenwood, narrow', broad and Congress, ass’d*' Butts —Wrought, narrow, broad and Congress, ass’d.' Screws —1-4 to 4 Inch wood, New England taper. Bells— Ox, horse, cow, hand and sleigh, ass’d. Brushes —White-wash, shoe, scrubbing and horse, a** sorted. Chisels—Framing, socket, firmer, mortice, aWd* Curry Combs —American, new patterns, ass’d* •. Cocks —Cock stops, ass’d; brass do ass’d. Files —Butcher’s celebrated mill, flat bastard. Files —Hound, half round, square tiat and all kinds, ass’d. Guns—Double and single barrel, shot and duck, ass’d. Rifles and Pistols—Revolvers, cast steel baml, a#* sorted. Gun Barrels—Assorted; gun trimmings and findings, assorted. Hatchets—Shingling, lath, bench and claw, ass’d. Hinges—Hooks and hinges, strap and T, ass’d. Kettles—Bra**, tea, preserving, glue, ass’d. Mills —Coffee, Parker’#, Adams’ and others, ass’d* Mattocks and Picks—Clay and coal, ass’d. Nails—Wrought, 6 to 12d; horse, 6 to 12d, ass’d. Planks—Bench and moulding, as#’d, all kinds, supe rior qualities. Pans—Fry, ass’d; sauce and preserving, ass’d. Shovels—Ames’, Howland’s and others; garden,min ing and post. Tacks and Brads—Assorted, all sizes and kinds. Augurs—Bright, patent concave, convex and cast steel. With a large assortment of carpenters’ and blacksmith’s tools, of newest patterns and best qualities. House and Building Hardware—a large assortment. Also, proprietor# of St. Louis Saw and Scale Factory, where we are now manufacturing largely of, Saws—Extra cast steel mill, circular, cross-cut, band panel, bow, wood and pit saws, of various qualities and of Any kind wanted. Also, Scales—Viz: platform, 300 lbs to 4,000 lbs; counter, bay, flour, packing, coal and car, of all kinds and descrip tions. Scales and Saws repaired and made to order. We are better prepared to serve our customer* and pur chasers generally than ever before. Our terms are a# fa vorable and prices a# low a# the lowest. CHILD, PRATT & CO., _ _ . m 147 Main street. St. Louis, May 22, 1852. 35-2ra h. n. bird, Cincinnati.] [j. b. Armstrong, St. Louis. BIRD & ARMSTRONG, WHOLESALE CANE AND WOOD-SEAT CHAIR 41 AN'. UFACTTKEKS, South-West Corner Vine and Second *U. t . St. Louia, Mo. WHOLESALE and retail dealers in Chairs »re respectfully Informed th.t we will con stantly keep on hand a large and general of Clmlra or our own manufacture, consisting of Wal-\>V nut. Mahogany, Cherry and Maple cane-seats of ev- JW| ery description; Wood-seat Elbow, large and small * * * Office, Boston and Ban. Arm Rockers, Polka, French, Bus* tie, Jenny Lind, Bannister, Scrolls, Mock Scrools, Scollops, Slate, Children’s, Ac., which we will sell to the trade on the most liberal terms, and warrant them to be unsnrpas. sed In beauty of style or finish. Having large manufactu ring facilities, we can offer Inducements that will Insure general satisfaction; and hope, through astrlctand prompt attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. We Invite the visits of purchasers, either Wholesale or Itetall, to our Ware-rooms, In order that they may 'udg. for themselves. BIHD A ARMSTRONG. .St. laoui*, May 22. 35-y GLASSWARE WHOLESALE & RETAIL. To Hole) and Boarding House Keepers, Merchant* aud tlie Public in General. P MARVIN, (AGENT FOR THE -Ll*. O’Hara Class Manulacturing Company,) has open ed on Third street, nearly opposite the Fust Office, a very extensive assoriment of GLASSWARE, which he Is offer lng at Wholesale and Retail, below St. Louis prices. Call and examine this beautiful, and for St. Paul, unique display of Glassware. You will rind Tumblers of every deserpt’n Sugar Fowls , Cruets, Fruit Fowls , Celeries , Jeltu Bowls, Salts, Molasses Cans, Pitchers, Custard Bowls, bruit Plates, Jelly Glasses, Cake Salvers, Jelly Stands, Ami Inffcod a variety too numerous to mention. Call e#rly at the St. Paul Glassware Store, Third street, be tween Roberts and Minnesota streets. May 1, 1852. 33-v CAVENDER & MATTHEWS, RbACKSMITHS, at the Red Shop on the east side of Robert* 1 Street, St. Fatd, have come to the determination that TMKJU they will do Horse-Shoeing a leetle cheaper than any XV to 9 hoily else in Minnesota. The For selling old ones, 20 and Another work In proportion. buTflret-^ateworkmen"''''''!''' 1 on han<1 > none in connertion'lq.h ‘ rn[ "" yed * ° ,,r ,er ™ 9 «« CASH, wigon shoo oak and nihe’r m > l ** npp,y of ,hc best ,ea*onc<J white gks *!r!d slHffite whteK mal ‘ lng " p ‘ lop "'‘“'on,, bug *™ sleighs, üblch we make, Iron and narrant to or d \Ye , Al £° evtTy description of plow*. I e Intend to put the business of our shop straight i!':™ 11 * And though It may be said we live by our vrsra W. Thomson. ~ No. 6 CARROLL HALL, Baltimore, Md., AGENT FO» THE SALE Or "nk and \"ews R i'nk ,N T' IXK : COI - ORED,N * s > BOOK est prices. WS ,NK ’ 9n PVlof quality, , D< | „ , he , ow . . "• T. warrante the Ink made at the Baltimore work, t ', be the very best quality, and should any article « hls'expen,” *° ®‘ V ' saUsUcUuß “ be returned PRICES OF INK PER POUND. No. 1 Power Press, News, 25c; No. 2 Power lb-.. No""’ P p SS ’ DCW? ’ 2 ? C ! • V °' *’ Pow< ‘ r rs 30c, No. Power press, book, 40c; lfend press, book, N:. 3,40 c; Hand press, book, No. 2,60 c; Hand .Tal * p k ’, N "i'i 1 ’ j. t ’i rd lnk •' 00 > p me blue Ink, $2 60, Poster blue Ink, 81 80; Fine red Ink, 82 60* Poster red ink, 81 50; Green Ink, ft 00; Brown Ink, Lumber for Sale. r PHE undersigned wishes to inform the ■** citizens of Saint Paul and its vtctutty that he Is opening a Lumber Yard, near the old Shingle Factory, on Jackson and Seventh streets, and is prepared to tin or- Shlngles* ds cf Lumb * r of any description, Lathe or Terms easy. One half up, and the balance on the de livery of the Lumber. j. BASS Agent for St. Anthony Milt Co. WILLIAM TAYLOR, DARBER and Hair Dresser—lias fitted pp » Mlnon on Third Street, next door west of the Post Office in Saint Paul, „p to the style and elegance of the growing metropolis of Kim! sota, where he will be happy to serve citizens and stran- f er » ,n Sfa P*»l, in every branch of hls baainee#. orcnrrf lng to the best of hi# ability. Acoor(l *‘ AT THE OLD STAND, Third, between Jackson and Rakert Street*, SI. Paul. I p,'l K l .! 10W •" ** nd • 9 'o«k of Groceries, Liquors, M»de^q«hin“ r ’ ® ome * 4,c DfY Queensware, Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Cap*. Shoe*, Me., that will com pare favorably with any ever b,ought to thl# market. M» aaaortment of Queensware, especially, I can recommetuft wge#t and best selected In the Territory. Caro £ een taken to procure the latest stylet to be found lm tne Eastern market#. To my old customer#, and all eth er#, I would respectfully say, call and examine, ##l am determined to sell very low for cash, ami close out my stock by the opening of uavigatlen. This is a 44 sur% thing.” nov. 23—tf. 8. H. 3ERGEN NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE, ON SAINT ANTHONY STREET, TWO DOORS BELOW THE AMERICAN HOUSE. TnE undersigned would respectfully Invite the attention of th. public, to their large and well selectud stark «e Groceries and Provisions. Also, Ready-Made Boots, Shoes, Wines, Llqnors, Nalls, gimT he, all of which will be sold cheap for cash * Please call and examine before purchasing where. IRVINE h ma " St Paul, October 29, 1961 BRO-^ D USSIA, English, and American Sheet A-» Iron, and 400 assorted stoves In store and for sale by - F. S. NEWELL. C'J.LASS —All sizes, Fireproof Paint, M Scalrsj Trucks Ac»j !n stor*? and tor aak? by F. S. NEWELL*