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VOLUME 2. THE MINNESOTIAN, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY J. P. OWENS 4' G. IV. MOORE , Saint Paul, Minnesota Territory. TERM3:-Two Dollars per annum in advance. Three Dollars if not in ad vance. RATES OF ADVERTISING, t*O!*rAKEIL Tin OR ITS EQUIVALENT.] Transient Advertisements, $1 00 per square of twelve lines, for the first insertion, aud titty cents per square for each subsequent Insertion. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One column, SSO oo Half a column, - .... 30 00 One-fourth of a column, - - - 20 00 Business Cards not over six lines, - 500 Over six lines and under ten lines, - 750 Over ten lines and under lifteen lines, 10 00 For all changes ordered In advectlseinanU, a charge will fee made of thirty cents per 1,000 cm* composition. We agree to charge the above prices, uniformly for ad vertising. James M. Goodhue, Pioneer, A. Robertson, Democrat, _ Owens Jc Moore, Minnesotian. St. Paul March 24tli, 1852. IX* E. AMES- AMES & NELSON, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. WILL atten.lw iili promptness and fidelity to all law business intrusted to their care iu Minnesota, and the adjoining counties of Wiscouslu. 83" Particular attention wil be given to the collection of debts, and the location of land warrants, y W. P. MIRRAY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, St. Paul, Minn. Terr. WILL attend promptly and diligently to all business intrusted to him. Ilalvng made himself acquaint ed with »lie quality and situation of the surveyed lauds in the territory, lie Is prepared to locate land warrants to the best advantage. Persons at a distance may tend thalr warrants here and their Interests will be attended to as If they were present. Office on Third srect. September 17, 1«5I. Ch"» W. Borup. Ch’a H. Oakes. BOKIP A OAKES, HAVING formed a Co-Partnership for transacting an Exchange and Banking Business in all its various branches, will be prepared to furnish Sight and time exchange < n the East, and principal cities of the We>t- Remittances to Great Britain, Ireland and Continent of Europe made in sums to suit purchasers. Sight and home bills and European Exchanges pur chased. U*>llcciiou» made and proceeds remitted at usual rates of Exchange. Ail other business committed to our care punctually attended to. BO UUP & OAK.ES. fit. Paul, Minnesota Territory, June 26, 1862. _Office at the Minnesota Outfit building. 40y. A TTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT -LA- Law and Solicitor in Chancery, will attend to all professional business intrusted to his care, in the ditterent courts of the Territory. [Stillwater, 1852. A TTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT yX. Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Will give prompt attention to any business intrusted him iu the line of his profession, in any part of the Territory. Particular at tention paid to locating Laud Warrants, Payment of Tax es, sale of Patents when issued, and Jteal Estate in gen eral. Office at St. Authonv, on Main street, opposite the Falls. W. Richardson, TVTOTARY PUBLIC, Conveyancer, and -L\ Land Axeuu Office* opposite the St. Charles House, St. Anthony Falls. WII-K.IX & VAX ETI’E.X. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Farrington's Brick Store, St Paul. ur. it, iunnrn . HAS hi* office in the roa.- of Lev! Sloan’s store, where he wilt be ready to attend to professional calls. Saint Paul. Nov 2a—mn y Dr. C. Si. Viccliers, "PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND AC jL colCUKit—Will practice his profession in Saint Paut and vioin ty. twice, corner of Fourth and Huberts Streets, over 1..' I.: it Ty.on’s Store. 40y Carpenter and Guilder, Point Prescott and Willow Uiver, W isconsin. WILL attend promptly to all business ItEKERi:N‘ ts.—Tii * house*!* he has built during the past year in the towns above named. * 3v Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chanceby, Willow River,Wis. Will pra iv** in the countie* of St. Croix and LaCrosse, Wise .n>in, anl in the District Court of Washington coun ty, Valuable town lots in the village of Willow Hirer for sale. 3Sy IV. I*. C. Folsom, Taylor’s Falls, Min. Ter. DEALER ill Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery, Queetis wave, Ready-Made Clothing, Roots* and Shoes, &c. 43y DR. J. H. DAY, WILL practice hi*! profession in Saint Paul and ri ciniiy* Office ou Beucu street, nw 29 inxu y L. A. BABCOCK, BABCOCK & WILKINSON Attornles and Counsellors at Law, Solicitors* in Chancery, Stc. Office near the Corner of Third and Roberts streets, St. Pat.i. Min. Ter. attend to busine.-s of their profession in all the C'ouitc of the Territory. xiov. 22, ISSI. cal lade kes, vod [»>»« C. B. kELLIM KELLUM U MASSON, LARD OIL AND CANDLE MANUFACTURERS, ALSO — Produce and Commission Merchants, So. 21 South Lcvcc , St. Louis. REFERENCES: E. M. Hyland it Co., 1 F. B. Cliarubvriain, > St. Louis. R. M. Withers, ) St. Loui&, May 22. 35-> JACOB J. XOAH, ATTORNEY AT LAW and Justice AJL of the Peace—C<>nimi>Bionerf.>r the states of Maine, Connecticut, lth.»«ie Island, New York, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Virginia, Alabama and Louisiana. Office on Third Si., St. Paul. cts. 1-2 1-2 cts. 1-2 cM. Cobweb Roberts and Sixth streets, St. Paul, t ill attend to the duties of his profession in St. Paul ?V aud vicinity. September 17. BILLS OF EXUIAAGK, AND DRAFTS on all parts of the United States,at the office of the Minnesota outfit, by CHAS. W. BOP.UP. POOT AND SHOEMAKER—Corner JD of Third and Jlinncsota St*. —Gentlemen’* boot* and *ho<>* i also LartiiV and Children’* shoes, made to order in the neatest and most durable maimer, aud of the belt material*. J. R, BRfc VVSTER, House) Sign, and Oriumetiial Painter. St. Paul, Minnesota Territory. rpHB CHARTER OAK, four sizes, J patented 1852; it lias a vry large oven, bakes per fectly and to a chanu. For pale by F. S. NEWELL. SUGAR —20 lilids. sugar—so bbls, clarified—Belchers’, by BUY St FARMER. "ITT ANTED —IBOO cords of wood for » f the Empire Foundry. Enquire at F. 5. NEWELL’S. THE WEEKLY MINNESOTIAN. R. R. NELSON. St. Paul, Minn. A. VAN VORHES, Isaac Atwater, John Bradley, W. 11. Meinines, M.S. WILKINSON LUV FIRM, M. B. MASSON, JR IMS- T. K. POTTS, J. QUJXX, Central Rouse, St. Caul CAVE St BURTON have taken this old and well known house. They have fitted it up anew, and are now prepared to accommodate boarders and travellers with comfortable quarters. No pains will be spared to make the Central nouse one of ths best Hotels In the West. November, 1851. JMSSSSOJiX SKKSS, RODNEY PARKER, late of the American Ilouse Low ell, Mass., having a lease of the large hotel at the upper end of St. Paul, with everything In proper order for the convenience of travelers, boarders, or families de siring furnished apartments, respectfully invites his friends and the public to give him a call, believing that he can do as much for their comfort ax can he expected la a new country, uot yet supplied with regular markets. St. Charles Hotel. J. C. CLARK, Proprietor, St. Anthony Falls, Minnesota. This Ilouse has been thoroughly repaired and reuovated, and will he kept in a manner equal to the best Hotels in the West. The Falls of St. Anthony, with the fine fishing and hunting grounds adjacent, together with a climate unsur passed on the American continent f<*r health and loveli ness, render this the place of all others t" enjoy the hot season. 44tf Temperance House, T OT MOFFET, Proprietor,—Corner AJ of Fourth and Jackson St-., Saint Paul. Perma nent and transient boarders furnished with good and com fortable apartments. Charges moderate* Half-Way House. TOHN MORGAN, (mid-way between •J St- Paul and Stillwater,) begs leave to say to stran gers visiting Minnesota, and the public generally, that having made his arrangements complete for the accom modation of the public, and being situated iu the midst of the most delightful scenery, surrounded by lakes that abound with rtsli, and In on atmosphere of unsurpassed purity, he hopes to see company from abroad, as well as from the neighboring villages. They will find the charges moderate. Emmett & lloss, Attorneys and Solicitors. Y\J ILL attend to professional business V* in the various Courts of the Territory. Particu lar attention given to the location of Land Warrants, buying and selling of lands, &c. Land warrants for sale for cash or on time. Office on the corner of Wabashaw and Third streets, St. Paul Minnesota. L. EMMETT, July I, 1832. HENRY L. MOSS. OAK HILL CEMETERY. A LL persons desiring burial lots can il obtain information bv calling upon the Secretary, J. \V. Selby, or the President, C. W. Borup. 29yl P. CHOUTEAU, JR. JAS. HARRISON? FELIX VALLE CHOUTEAU.. HAItKISOX & VALLE. Commission Merchants and Proprietors of the St. Louis Rolling Mill. A ND manufactures of bar iron in all its ii various shapes, Sheet Iron and Boiler Plate, Nalls and Spikes from the ore of the Iron Mountain* Iron Store, No. 129 North Second street, St. Louis. September 1, 1861. Nathan Spicer, JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER, at the sign of the Big Watch, Third street, da uext door to the St. Paul Drug Store, is prepared to make gold and .-liver watches, rings, spoons, ((pi 6tc., ou short notice. Also to repair the same, a- OrLiJWF well a* music b<n>ks, shell combs, or finger rings, brace lets and eat drops. He also keeps for sale a great variety of rings, perfumery, and whatever goods are usually en quired for at a Jeweler’s. W. H. FORBES, J7 UR COMPANY—St. Paul Outfit— -A Also Dry Goods and Groceries, corner of Third and Jackson streets. J. W. BABCOCK, PORWARDING and Commission Mcr- X chant, Upper landing, Saint Taul, Minnesota Ter ritory. S. P. FOLSOM, County Surveyor. May be found at office of of Register of Deeds, on Third street, one door below Minnesota Outfit. 11—y E. M’ LAGAN, STORAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Jackson street, Lower Landing, St Paul, Minnesota IjKOMPT attention given to all consignments, and char ges moderate. St Paul, October 19, 1851 ** THEODORE L. PARKER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, STILLWATER, MINNESOTA TERRITORY. Martin D. Clark, A RCHITECT St BUILDER, would XX- inform the citizens of St. Paul and surrounding country, that he is prepared to do all kinds of Carpenter and Joiner work that may be intrusted to his care, with neatness and despatch, and in the latest styles of Archi tecture ; also stair building. For plans and specifications, call on the above at his residence on Fort street. Having devoted his time for many years to his business in the Fast, he feels assured that he can give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. 2-17 y New Bakery. 'THE SUBSCRIBER has established a JL New Bukery in Lot Mofl'et’s Building, corner of Jackson and Fourth Streets, where he is prepared to fur nish families and parties with Bread and Cakes of all descriptions upon the most reasonable terms, and at the shortest notice. JOHN I'ITNER. St. Paul, December 25, 1952. 15tf PAINTiMi. SHERMAN & MOREY, on Fourth street,St. Paul,near the middle of town, in the building of Mr. Knox, up stairs, may be foufld, ready to attend to Painting in ail its departments. House painting, sigh painting, carriage and ornamental painting, all done up promptly, ond .with paints of the best quality. If we do on** work in a slov enly, un work man like mannner we do not expect to get business in the enlightened town cl St. Paul. Dec. 13, 1851. SHERMAN fit MOREY. bookbinding. f TMIE subscriber would respectfully in foam the citizens of Bt. Paul and its vicinity, that he is now carrying on the above business in the 2d story of Spencer’s new build ing, on the corner of Ftlh aud Roberts street. £3"* Particular attention paid to rebinding old books and periodicals. JaMES MACKINTOSH, teb 7 21—tf AMERICAN SALOON. IjiRED. HARDY now keeps tins well-known estahlish -1 ment‘mu his own hook.” He hopes by a continued attention to the wants of his customers, to merit their patronage as heretofore. 19> WRETCHES OF MINNESOTA, the New Eng laud of the West, by K. 8. Seymour. For sale by J.eDUC Sc 110UUEU. FIRE Sc MARINE INSURANCE, DY the undersigned agent f«»r the Protection Insurance "Company of Hartford, Conn. Policies issued upon the most favorable terms by W. p. Murray, Agent, Minnesota. St. Paul, February 23 1852 14-1 m NORTH-WESTERNBOOK STORE. Joseph N. Wassoner, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, So. 93 Main Street , four story Brick Corner , Galena* 1:1. 53-a gcncy for the sale of superior Printing Galena, May 22. 35-y F EFFEL’S Double Oven, the neatest -I—i of the Cincinnati castings with extra oval cast iron boilers, can be seen at F. 8. NEWELL'S. BEN. W. BRUNSON, Grocer & Provision Dealer, / ORNER Roberts and Filth Street, Keeps on hand Prunes and other Fruits ; Queens ware, Fancy Articles- all kinds of Thread, Knives and Forks, Brushes, Looking Glasses, Window Glass, Nails, Tobacco, Cigars, ficc.. in short, every thing needed for housekeepers and Families. Prices reasonable, and stock such as will please all customers. TTMBRELLAS —Silk and Cotten um- U breius tor side cheap at the .tote of DAHL & DOCLL Office—Corner ot* Jackson and Filth Streets. SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1853. Truman IH. Smith, Collector, General Agent and Notary Public, Office on Third street, St. Paul, Min. Ter. Will attend promptly to all business Intrusted to his cane. Conveyancing done on short uofice. St. Paul House. 'PHIS House, formerly kept by J. W. L Bass, being the original hotel of St. Paul, at the corner of Third and Jackson sfs., opposite the Minnesota Outfit, is thoroughly repaired, and remodeled, ami with the addi tions now made to it, is one of the most spacious and con venient hotels in town. Having taken a lease of it, and fitted it up throughout with new furniture, l Invite the traveling public to call upon me; believing they will find this house equal to the best, In all respect*. The charges will be very moderate. GEORGE WELLS. St. Paul, July 31, 1352. 46y Franklin Marine and Fire Insurance Company ot Hew York. Capital, §300,000. All paid in cash, and safely Invested in Bonds and Mort gages, and other good securities according to law. CADY HOLLISTER, Pres’t. Win. L. AVERY, Sec’y. Policies will be issued on application to 11. L. MOSS, Agent* Office, corner of Third and Wabasha streets. Lloyd A Co., pLAIM & GENERAL AGENTS in all kinds of property—negotiators in Loans for large and small sums. Office, opposite the Treasury, Washington. Claims that have been abandoned by other agents as worthless have been successfully prosecuted by the above agents. Advances made on good claims. All communications addressed as above, post paid, will bo attended to. Office open from 9A. M., to 6P. M. Land Warrants for sale. 2t6 Contracting and Building. EDWARD STEWART, Bricklayer Li and Architect, thankful to the citizens of St. Paul, for favors since lie commenced business, would respectful ly inform them that lie is prepared to contract for and e rect stone or Brick buildings, and furnish materials if re quired, on fair terms, having permanently settled in Saint Paul, he solicits a share of public patronage. Drafts and specifications furnished on reasonable terms. X. B. Orders for work left at the store of 11. C. Sand ford, near the Post Office will receive prompt attention. 42/ EDWARD STEWART. L. B. Wait &. Co., Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Commission Merchants, HAVE opened at the store lately oc cupied by C. F. Tracy, on Third street, a general assor.ment of Family Groceries and Provisions} which they will sell at low prices for cash or in exchange for country produce. They respectfully solicit a .-hare of patronage. CHARI.KS M ILBCKX, St. Paul, June 21, ’s2—4oy L. B. WAIT. DOAN, KINO & Co., Wholesale Dry-Goods Dealers, 123 AND 12a MAIN STIIEKT, ST. LOUIS. A RE constantly receiving new and de ** sirable styles of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS which are offered at a very small advance for Cash, or to Mer chants who pay their notes when due. Country Merchants win riml a decided advantage by an examination of the lar gest stock of goods west of the mountains. DOAX, KING & CO. 35-y St. Louis, May 22. JOHN SQUIRE. S. G. REED. Squire & Recti, Eagle Iron and Nail Store, 23 Water si., Between Olive and Pine, St. Louis, Mo., TdEALERS in Iron, Nails. Hollow Ware, Castings, steel, Iron Axles, Elfptlc springs, Fireproof safes, smiths’ Tools, fcc., agents for the sale of Hope Cotton Yarns, ami Pittsburgh manufactures gener al ly. 61 y WHITNEY’S GALLERY Cor. Third and Cedar sis., St. Paul. 'j 'HIS Gallery was built expressly for A- Daguerreotyping, and is furnished with the VERY BEST of Apparatus. The light is arranged upon the most approved scientific principles. The proprietor uses his best endeavors to please those who favor him with their patronage. All are respectfully invited to call and ex amine specimens. 49 F. E. COLLINS, AUCTION Sc COMMISSION HOUSE THE undersigned having received an Auctioneer’s Com mission from the Governor of Minnesota, has opened an Auction an<l Commission House, in Sr. Paul, where lie will sell on Commission, Groceries, Dry Goods, Furniture, ficc. He believes that the superior advantages of Bt. Paul as a market, will be a sufficient inducement for business men and manufacturers at a distance, to send their goods, ficc., to be sold on commission at private sale, or at auction. His charges will be moderate. N. ii. Particular attention wip be paid to the sale of real estate, in or about St. Paul, St. Anthony, or Stillwa ter. March G F. E. COLLINS. REFERENCES: Gov. Ai.ey. Ramsey, St. Paul, Hon. H. 11. Sibley, Mcndota, “ David Olmsted, Merchant, Benton Ct., “ J. C. Ramsey, St. Paul, “ Wm. 11. Forres, j Elfei.t fic brothers- f .. . . e . J. W. Simpson, } Merchants, St. John Farrington, i l aul. D. L. Fuller, j Franklin Steele, Mer. St. Anthony, wm. Holcombe, Esq., Stillwater. SEW STOKE, FOR TIIE ST. CROIX RIVER TRADE. ON HAND—A selected assortment of groceries, pro visions, dry goods and ready-made clothing, hard ware and tin-ware, boots and shoes. A general assort ment selected particularly for the lumber trade -• heap for cash. On time, terms agreed to suit parties. W. H. C. FOLSOM. TAYLOR*! Falls, Minn., Sept. 23, 1851. y MAN.\Y & WELD WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES. 156 Main Street, St. Louis, TyOULD respectfully call the attention of dealers in v V Minnesota, to the largest and most varied assort ment of Boots and Shoes ever offered in St- Louis 1 Relieving 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, ISsl—r WILLIAM TAYLOR, T 3 ARBER anil Hair Dresser—has fitted J-J up a *alonn ou Third street, next door west or the Post Office In Suiiit l’aul, up to ilie Increasini; luxury, - style and elegance of the growing metropolis of Minne sota, where he will be happy to serve citizens and stran gers In St. Paul, in every branch of his business, accord ing to the best ot Usability. NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION' STORE, OS SAINT ANTHONY STREET, TWO DOOHS BELOW THE AMERICAN HOUSE. THE undersigned would respectfully Invltcthe intention l of the public, to their large and well selected stock of Groceries and Provisions. Also, Ready-Made Clothing, Roots, Shoes, Wines, Liquors, Nails, Glass, Hardware, &c. all of which will he sold cheap for cash. S3”Please call and examine before purchasing elsc- IRVINE & RltO. St Paul, October !n, ISSI 7 AXXALS OF THE Minnesota Historical Society FOR 1852. A FEW copies of this interesting An nual, con:anting more about the discovery and early history of Minnesota; its geographical aspect, and mineral and geological resources than any work heretofore issued, are still on hand, ami fur sale at the Bookstore* of Messrs LeDiic fit ltohrer and Combs’; also at this office. Price, Thirty Cents. OWENS *. MOORE, Publishers. Pocket Editions of Nature. TAAGUERREOTYPE Views of “Min- A-' ne-tonka” or Bt. Anthony Falls, “Minne-ha-ha,‘* or Little F-dls, Fort Snelling, and other beautiful Miune soia scenery, for sale at Whitney’s Gallery, corner of Third and Cedar streets, saint Paul. These views have been procured with great labor and expense, and for beauty and perfection of execution can not be surpassed. All are respectfully invited to call and examine specimens. Augusts!, 1952. 49 The Outer Man. (ALD POLONIUS, Lord Chamberlain, to Claudius. King of Denmark, talked sense , when he thus expressed himself in advice to his son, Laertes. as he was about to leave the paternal roof to finish his edu cation in France: “ Costly thy habit as thy parse can buy, But not expressed in fancy; neat but not gaudy ; For the apparel oft proclaims the r^an.” Feeling deeply impreased with the opinion that the gents of St. Paul, old and young, intend, the coming winter, to act upon this wholesome admonition, NEIHAUS & BROTHER Have brought into the market aa fine and fashionable a a stock of seasonable dressing and furnishing goods as could be purchased in the Eastern cities. They respect fully ask that gentlemen will call and examine their ele gant Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, &c., before trading elsewhere ; satisfied that in reference to the articles wan ted, their prices, and their fashionable styles of cutting and making up garments, they can suit custom ers who may offer. They also keep on hand a general as* sortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, And every article in the gentleveu’s furnishing line that may be called for. Store and shop on Third, between Minnesota and Cedar streets, opposite Judge Lambert’s office. l-3if NEIHAUS & BROTHER. GLASSWARE WHOLESALE & RETAIL. To Hotel and Board ins House Keepers, Merchants and the Public in General. R MARVIN, (AGENT FOR THE • O’Hara Glass Manutacturing Company,) has open ed on Third street, nearly opposite the Post Office, a very extensive assortment of GLASSWARE, which he is offer ing at Wholesale and Retail, below St. Louis prices. Call and examine this beautiful, and for St. Paul, unique display of Glassware. You will find Tumblers of every descrpVn Sugar Holds, Cruets, Fruit Bowls, Celeries , Jelly Bowls , Sails, Jllolasses Cans , Pitchers, Custard Bowls, Fruit Plates, Jelly Glasses, Cake Salvers, Jelly Slands , And Indeed a variety too numerous to mention. Call early at the St. Paul Glassware Store, Third street, be tween Roberts and Minnesota streets. May 1, 1652. 33-y FAIR PLAY! “Competition is the Life of Trade.” p ATTISON & BENSON’S new Coach es have arrived, and arc now upon the road between St. Paul and St. Anthony, ready to accommodate the pub lic on all occasions. They have also received in addition to their former large and excellent Livery stock, several new and elegant Carriages and Barouches; aiso new Har nesses and Horse Furnishing:, and equipage of the most elegant description. ALSO—an additional stock of Fine yjg Blooded, well broken Horses. QUERY. V liquor Law, will they be in danger of be )K ing knocked on the head? Our entire new stock will costover SI,OOO. No other stable in the West, out of Saint Louis will be found as complete as ours. Will our iriends and the public remember, that at the Livery Stable In the rear of the American House, at tin upper end of Saint Paul, they can af all hours, have such conveyance by laud, on wheels or on horseback, as they may desire. PATTI SON & BENSON. St. Paul, June 10, 1852. (38y) Real Estate. <£?' I offer property situated in the town of ... St. Paul and its immediate vicinity, for sale extreni'-Iy low for cash. The terms fßi'j] -*-*«iLj** are such as do not often present themselves to the capitalist or man of moderate means, io invest mon ey in a prosperous and rapidly growing town and its vicin ity. Among various prop-rty I have to dispose of are the following, via: a dwell iug house and several lota of land In a centra! part of St. Paul, with abundant supply of ex cellent water; also, a small house adjoining. With this property will be sold about ten acres of land covered with a large and thrifty growtli of wood—a great object now that the Sioux land cannot, ut least, at present, supply us with fuel until in market. I have also for sale a number of live acre lots with growing timber, situated on and in the immediate vicinity of public roads and not over a mile from St. Paul. The above property will be sold on such low terms for cash, that the purchaser can Immediately sell again at an advance. For sale on time —prices will be prop .rtionablv higher. Apply to 11 EXR YA. LAM UKRT, ' Third street, corner of Cedar, Off Or to 11. F. HOYT, St. Paul. R. M’LARAM, Slorago, Forwarding Sc Commission Merchant, Dealer in Grain of ail kinds, Fruit Trees, fcc., Main st., near the Bradley House, Galena, 111. Refer to B. H. Campbell fit Co., Galena; AV. L. Ewing fit Co., St. Louis. 40y h. Bium’s AT. Y'orl* Bazaar, At the Daguerrean Building , of I hire! and Cedar Streets, St. Paul, Minnesota Territory. This is the most complete assortment of Ladies* Fancy Dry Goods ever brought to Minnesota. The stock is direct from New Turk, was purchased at cash prices, and will be sold at the cheapest rates. It comprises Velvet Cloaks, Cloth Cloaks, Silks black and colored Broshe long anil sq shawls Long shawls all prices Trimmings—aH descriptions Embroidery—all kinds Collars, all prices Hosiery, every variety Gloves, kid anti cashmere Delaines Yankee notions Real French Perfumery. Ladies, please call and examine for yourselves. stf Constant* & Burbank, Storage, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, Express and Steamboat Agents, Lower Landing, St. Paul. hand and for sale—2s bbls. Pork, vy 200 do Flour, 4000 lbs best dairy Butter, 500 lbs Lard, 25 bbls Corn Meal, 40 boxes Tobacco* 500 lbs Cheese, 2 casks Hams, 500 d«»z brooms, 10,000 best brand Cigars, 10 bt.ls White Beans, a lot of salamander Ware, Oats, Corn, Bu< kwh eat Flour, Lime and Plastering Hair, to gether with a general assortment of Family Groceries con stantly on band. Hotel Keepers,Lumbermen and all per sons wanting any of the above articles will find it lor their interest to call on us before purchasin''. Saint Paul, October 16, 1852. «-5y Notice, all yc Interested! T AND WARRANTS for sale at mar- A-* ket prices, nrnl promptly sent by mail to purchaser) when the money ts sent with the or*t*-r. Claims of ail kinds, collections, Ac.. attended to by us, postpaid, directed to LLOYD lx. CO., Claim and General Agen's, Washington City, D.C Stand from Under! BUEI/S MAMMOTH STOCK COMPRISING all the different styles that may be found in an Eastern market, jrp-j And be it remembered that we have the be>t er p. K\ i fine and thick double sole wj tjr-proof custom Aid 1 rUibouis that can be made, ami Monterey, Ko>-K kl -utn and Coiigre-s Gaiter', and f*»r beauty and style can not be beaten. But amid't all, the greatest care and at tention has been given to the Ladies. These Goods will be sold at wholesale or retail for a small profit. St. Paul, October 14, 1852. 11. K. BUEL. Groceries at Low Prices. ' I 'IIE Subscriber has yet on hand a large stock of Groceries and Provision', which he now offers at small profits f »rCa>h. In his assortment may be found the following articles: 20 boxes fresh Raisins, 25 boxes star Candles, 34 do W R Cheese, 20 do Mould do 10 bags Rio Coffee 35 do Palm soap 5 do Java do 20 firkins g**od Butter 20 do Dried Apples, 10 boxes prime Codfish 10 do do Peaches 6 bbls Mackend, No 1 and 2 20 doz cans Oysters 3 do Lard Oil 10 bbls Butter Crackers 75 do extra superfine Flour 14tf JOHN FARRINGTON. UICKOKY CANES—AIso, Rattan, LA and Whalebones, Just the thing to complete a gen raan’s outfit, for sale at the store of DAHL & DOULL U'URNITURE—just received a splen- A did lot of Furniture from Cincinnati which I will sell at Saint Louis prices. Call at the rooms of F. E. COLLINS, Third st., below Jackson. PAPER HANGINGS—A complete A- assortment of the latest styles, for sale very cheap at the Bookstore of DAHL St DOULL. LEONARD SCOTT & CO’S LIST OF British Periodical Publications. Delivered in all the principal Cities of the United States Free of Postage, And forwarded by mail, under the provisions of the late Post-Office Law, at Merely Nominal Hates. 1. The Loudon Quarterly Review 4 (Conservative) 2. The Edinburgh Review, (Whig) 3. The North British Review, (Free Church) 4. The Westminster Review, (Liberal) 6. Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, (Tory) Although these works a- e distinguished by the political shades above indicated, yet but a small poctlott of their contents is devoted to political subjects. It is theirlitera character which gives them their chief value, and in that they stand confessedly far above all other journals of their class. Blackwood , still under the fatherly care of Christopher North, maintains Us ancient celebrity, and is, at this time, unusually attractive, from the serial works of Buluer and other literary notables, written for that magazine, and first appearing In its columns botu in Great Britain and in the United States. 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Saint Paul Foundry. r | WKE NOTICE, one and all who are * interested, that the proprietors have fitted up the building this side of the Lower Saw Mill in St. Paul for a Foundry, and are now ready to do all kinds of Casting. They also hold themselves in readiness to do all kinds of anJ Finishing usually done in a machine shop. £3" Terms strictly C ash. JOHN CLARK, Ag’t for Proprietors. Win. Illingworth, WATCH AND CLOCK Man ulucturer, corner of Jackson aixl Fifth l street, St. Paul, tiegs to return his sincere th.mk to the Inhabitants of St. Paul for their kind support Since his arrival from England,aiul hopes through strict attention to business to merit a continuance of the X. If. Havins hud thirty years experience in Manu facturing Clocks and Watches, of every description, he feels himself competent to utulei take any work intrusted to liis care. Xew watches made to order and wheels cut for the trade. >\\M. ILLINO WORTH, 2-18 corner of Jackson and Fifth. JrJ* A beautiful assortment of French and English Le vers and L<pines, and American clocks, both new and second-hand, constantly on hand and tor sale at the above Place. S. J. K. McMillan, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ■XX- at Law, will attend promptly and faithfully to all business intrusted to him in the line of his profession at Stillwater, St. Paul, St. Anthony and throughout the Ter ritory of Minnesota and the adjoining counties of the State of Wisconsin. Office at Stillwater, Minnesota. REFERENCES. G<*v Alex Ramsey, St Paul, G«o W Campbell & Co, Galena Dr C W Borup, do R Lansing do MrJWSimps .n, do S O Butler, St Louis Mr () Walker, Marine Mills T 11 Larkin &. Co do Mr II Burkey, do SanFl J Wetherili&Co do Mr CJ Butler do Jos C Butle*- & Co do Hon A W Loomis, Pittsburg Jos P Begcs do Hon C Slialer, do J K Moorhead, Esq. 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McCLOUD & CO. offer 1»X great inducements to those who are in w ant of any article In their line of business. As they ar“ anxious to close out their present heavy stock as >OOll as possible to make arrangements lor the Spring trade, purchasers I will consult their interest to give them an early call. They have an extensive assortment of Carpenters’ tools, Cutlery of every description, Builders Hardware, Farming implements, and every thing usually belonging to, and many articles not generally to be found In a Hardware tore. 14 Attention ladies.—all in want of something to give away on Chri*tnias, call on W. S. COMBS ami examine his assortment 01 things suitable for present-, on Thanksgiving, Chr.stuias, and New Years. COMB.*'. Nearly opposite the American House. Dec. 18, 1832—111/ pI FT BOOKS! GIFT BOOKS! 1853. V-X \ very large assortment of all the various Gift Books for 1833; together with all the standard Poet*suita ble for gift*, In tine bindings. For sale cheap r-.r Cash Ly W. .S. COMBS, Nearly opposite the American H *use. St. Croix Boom Co. “VTOTICE is hereby given to the (lelin -1 1 quent stockholders In the above named company that unless the assessments upon their stock which art due and unpaid, are paid within thirty days from this date, that the same will revert and belong to the compa ny as provided lor in section 7 ut the By-Laws of said company. By order of the Board of Directors. D. B. LOOMIS, Secretary. Marine Mills, December 24, 1&52. 16tl L'AMILY Grindstones, Oil stones, &c. i- for sale at F. S. XKWKLL’S. Taken tip. r Weaken up by the subscriber, at Little I Canada, about the Ist of December, a brownish red cow with a line back and spotted white face, small horns, one of them broken at the end. The owner is re quested to come forward, prove property and take her i wa y. JOHN BAPTISTE DEM AREST- Little Canada, Dec. 18, 1862. 14t4 EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. QtEEX VICTORIA. BY FRKREPfKA BREMER. We had already been two hours fit W indsor. It was notv past three in the afternoon, anil as we wished to reach home before dusk, audits we saw no sigusof a royal cavalcade, we deter mined to wait no longer, but to set out on our hometvatd way. We went down to the carriage which had drawn up below, outside the iron gates, the nearest approach to the castle.— Here we found about a hundred persons assem bled, mostly of the lower class, although well dressed, who appeared to be waiting for some tiling that was to conn; front the castle, toward which they looked up. W e had just taken our seats in the carriage, when we heard it said: ‘ The Queen is coming.” So it was! Queen Victoria with Prince Albert and their attendants, came riding down from the castle, and on toward the iron gates, which opened for them. We drew up our carriage in order to see the Queen as perfectly as possible; and that was not ditlicult, for she came on slowly, and looked quietly around her. .she was dressed in a black, closely-titling riding habit, a black riding hat, without veil or orna ment, and rode upon a brown horse. To the left of the Queen rode Prince Albert, on her right an elderly gentleman, who looked like a German. After the Queen, upon a pony, rode her eldest son, the young Prince of Wales, no one on either side ; after him came a stately la dy and two gentlemen, with their servants fol lowing. All were dressed in black, all rode upon brown horses : the whole cavalcade look ing as simple as possible. 1 bad mv eves rivit ed upon the Queen. iSlie seemed "to* lue, be tween the two tall gentlemen, almost like a little girl. I remembered the imposing tigure and giauce of our Northern Queen, i could not judge of the much-praised and beautiful form of the head on account of the riding hat. which ai>o concealed the upper part of the fore head. However, the small tigure appeared to me remarkably well proportioned and elegant, and she sate her horse, which seemed to carry her as if in sport, gracefully and well. fehc looked at us. and saluted us with a short nod of the head. There was more of kindness however, in Prince Albert's glance and bow.— Then came the little Prince with his hat lifted from his head, and the light locks raised by the w ind, a delicate looking boy, but with eyes and an expression from which'an angel seemed to glance, so grave and gentle did he look, that lovely niri: years’ old boy! The sight of him affected me gently, and i could not help saying in Swedish : ** God bless thee, thou beautiful child Some over-loyal little boys waved their hat so zealously, that the Queen said to them : -Put ou your hats, you frighten the horses!’ And. turning at the same moment towards where we were f saw an expression on her pouting under tip of which I would willingly have seen more, because there was in it suppressed merrv laugh ter. lint they rode on: the cavalcade turned to the left into a by-road of the woods, and van ished among the green trees. I said farewell to the hope of ever seeing more ol Queen Victoria; yet, nevertheless, 1 did see more of her, thunks be to fate and to my old Swedish umbrella, which for the last time in foreign parts did me now good service. Mrs. 's coachman, one of Queen Victoria's loyal subjects, w ho had du ring our drive to \\ indsor. been especially de sirous to avoid a certain heavy and sandy road, now found reason for not avoiding it, probably because lie had seen the Queen take the same road; and hence it was that, to our surprise, we found ourselves after hall an hour's ploughing of the sand, close upon Queen Victoria's bairn After we had driven slowly for a few mimtb s. the Queen turned round and motioned with her hand for our coachman to pass by them. He obeyed, and just as we came past the Queen, he dashed forward in order tociear the way for her Majesty. U'e had not gone fifty yards, whin, in conse quence of the rapid movement of the carriage, one of the doors flew open, and all tim umbrcl las and parasols Hew up to cast themselves on the ground ut the feet of Queen Victoria. 1 caught at them, hut too late to save my .Swed ish umbrella, which resolutely seemed to fling itself out of the carriage upon the road. My Swedish umbrella! my faithful companion dur ing a three years' travel—my traveling com panion in America and the West Indies—no! I could not leave it here to be trampled on by llte lent of Queen Victoria’s horse. I must pick it up, even it irom beneath that very horse's feet. “We must stop ! I must get out!'' said Ito my irresolute friend ; “1 must have my umbrel la again!” Mrs. called to her coachman lo stop, and I alighted from the carriage. At the same moment up galloped the Queen and Prince Al bert. laughing and nodding kindly to me, who could not he ip laughing myself. Then they rode past us, one of the gentlemen indicating to us that the umbrella had been picked up and restored to the hands of the coachman. 1 was glad to have recovered my faithful traveling companion, and almost equally glad that, by means of its self-sacrificing interposition, 1 had received an impression of Queen Victoria which could scarcely have been improved. There ate countenances, which we may see for whole days, and yet not understand them until one lias seen a tear in the eye. Other countenances there are, which are unexplained enigmas, until a smile, or a good hearty lit ol laughter lights them up. And thus was it. when Queen Victoria, laughing and nodding to me, flew past me light and airy as a fairy Queen. 1 tit once understood the magic power of her person : for like sunlight breaking through the cloud, like a flower bursting from its bud, was the laughter in Ihe Queen's countenance.— There was in it a degree of natural life, fresh ness and vivacity, good humor, and a good deal of peculiar character. After this, I can easilv comprehend what a noble lady, who often sees lit" Queen, said on one occasion, in ri ply to my remark, “ What a little Queen you have!"— Yes, she is a little Queen, but on a large scale! She seems to me alway like a human being sue'n as God made her, while the greater number of human beings seem to he such as God did not make them!'’ A human being such as God made, natural, true in everything! What a beautiful idea.— And the “greater number of human >icings such as God did not make them’'—how true! Alas! educators, establishments for educa tion. books, tiie world—they take care that we diall not be tiiat which God created us, and that t shall sometimes require half a life, nay, that we shall not succeed sometimes through the whole of life, in discovering what the Creator reallv intended us to be. it is easy to see what a power of fascination a Queen, perfectly natural in manner, and who possesses; so much that is naturally noble and good in character, may exercise over the human mind in this artificial world. On our return from Windsor we passed Run nymede. so remarkable in English history, which lies on a little island in the Thames, where the Magna Charta was signed by King Johrt. The sweet idylian landscape, now illu minated by the rays of the setting sun. scarcely recalled the gloomy times, and the bitter con tests between the people and the kingly power, which led to the concluding of the contract be tween the two, and which made the place re markable. When at home once more in that kind, beau tiful hume, at . I wrote that which it and its possessors made ine feel: “From a good home It Is not far to heaven !>* And if I carry with me, to my beloved home in Sweden, no other knowledge than that of the many good and beautiful homes on earth, it is no small gain from my long wanderings. NUMBER 25 The Km;'r. Ron's Bribe. —The Telegraph an nounced the other day, the intended marriagtf [ of Louis Napoleon. The lady is Mdlle. Montigo, Countess of Telia, a Spaniard, a blonde, and 25 years of age. Her mother was an Irishwoman named Fitzpatrick, and her father, the young est son of a Spanish family, who, by the death of his elder brother, succeeded to the titles of Count Montigo, Duke of Telia and Peunamando. The sister of Mademoiselle is Duchess of Abby, and the Empress is Countess of Teba in her own right. The proposal for her baud was formally made by the Emperor, and was, of course, acce ded to. The next day the happy lover commu nicated to his ministers, that his determination was taken, and that it was a marriage of affec tion. One report says that the ministers, ex cept one, resigned; but that the Emperor re fused to accept their resignations. It is said that the civil marriage has already taken place, and that the religions ceremonies w.ll be held on the 29th lust., (Januarv) ou which occasion Prince Naptdeon Jerome will espouse the daughter of the Prince of Wagram grand-daughter of Marshal Berthier. The Sen-’ ate. Legislative* body, and Council, are sum moned to-nay, (22d) soon to receive a commu nication from the Emperor relative to his mar riage. The X. V. Commercial Advertiser adds tbo I'ollowiug to the above : A worthy Scotchman, by the name of Wm. Kirkpatrick, was for some time the American Consul at Malaga, and failing in business, was succeeded hv Geo. G. Barrel as I'nited States Consul at Malaga. This was, I think, under President Monroe's administration. Mr. Kirkpatrick’s eldest daughter Maria, or " Maritjuita ' as she was familiarly called and known by all Americans there, was u very line, dashing lady, and married the Count do Teba, a younger brother of the celebrated Palafoix, who behaved so gallantly at the seige of Sara gosa, and who itt reply to a demand of surren der. declared he would continue the defence by •• War to the knife.” The Palafoix family embraced numerous titles, and was singularly brave and noble. 'ihs husband of Maria Kirkpatrick (Countde Teba) was u gallant soldier, and so cut up by h;s wounds as to be unable to mount his horse without aid. and when in the saddle, looked more as if he was hooked on than seateil there. Hie new Empress ot the French is, no doubt, the daughter of this Countess Teba—".Mariqui ta Kirkpatrick ' —who was the daughter of Wm. Kirkpatrick, late United States Consul at Ma laga—not British Consul—not Fitzpatrick— and not Irish. The Br.tish Consul at Malaga was William Laird, another old Scotch gentleman, and he was followed by Mr. Marks, an Englishman. It flte new Empress of France was Countess Telia, as stated, then her mother is dead, as al so is her father, and she took the title of her mother. The name Montego, under which she passed in Paris, is perhaps one of the family names or titles of the Palafoix family. The True or ti:e Smnr.iusT.s. —The Comi ty Court w as occupied yesterday in the trial of two of the parties—Messrs. Pilgrim and Arnold - —connected with the Bank of Seth Paine, on an indictment for inciting to a riot. The follow ing is a portion of the testimony of Mrs. Herrick, one of the mediums : ‘•Hal been in Chicago some months; had been employed in the bank to take money and pay it out; gave advice to Mr. Paine to open tlie bank on Tuesday, and let one person in at a time. This advice was given by the spirit of George Washington, lie did not know of any other communications; might have received one from Henry Clay ; does not know who got a communication about the smoking. Henry Clay's spirit told th; in to receive all the bill's and redeem them; received communications three or four times a week. A rule of the bank was, not to redeem money for any person who came in smoking ; did not know of any revela tion not to redeem money ef dishonest per- 'the jury in the case were out all night and came into Court this morning. Could not agree and were discharged. —Chicago Journal . Death of Ex-Gov. Lucas. —We regret to an nounce the death of Ex-Governor Hubert Lucas, which n cut took place at his residence near lowa City, on the morning of the 7th iust., in the "fid year ol his age. We are not advised of the nature of his illness, but are informed that his death was sadden and unexpected. Gov. Lucas was the first Territorial Governor of lowa, and the last survivor of the three who at various times occupied that position. Pre viously to coining to lowa, he had been for many years distinguished in the politics of (>hio, and had been twice elected to the office of Governor of that State. During the war of ho served with di-tinction on the North ern frontier, and was among those alio were surrendered to the liritish forces by the treach ery or cowardice of Gen. Hull.— l,.wo Tel. We are much pained to learn that this great and good man has been called to his long home. Gov. Lucas has occupied a very prominent po sition in the West for many years, and was known to all the early pioneers of this western country. Last summer he was exceedingly ac tive in behalf of the election of General Scott, although he had previously held high offices as the leader of the I.ocofoco party. —Chicago Journal. Tim Potatoe Rot. —One of the greatest ca lamities that ever befel Ireland was caused by the failure of the potatoe crop. This country lias also suflerred most severely from the rot ting of this most valuable esculent. For years the cause of the disease has baffled the science and the researches of the abb st scientific obser ver-- on both sides of the Atlantic. For the few years .Mr. L. G. Huberts of Washtenaw bo., Michigan, has been pursuing a series of experiments in relation to this subject, and from evidence that has been furnished us of his success, wc have considerable confidence in the discovery. The theory seems to be based upon the most approved principles of vegetable phy siology, and the remedy which he proposes is perfectly simple and can be applied by any one. it is also claimed that it is applicable to every variety of soil, and lias proved entirely success fully for a number of years as is attested bv a number of the best farmers in Michigan. If it shall prove to be in all circumstances an effectu al cure for the potatoe rot. the name of-Mr. Rob erts will be worthy of a place among those of the greatest benefactors of his race. Lime Water for llexs.—Accidtntai. Discov ert. —During the la t season, Mr. Joseph Wil cox, of this town, having occasion to administer lime water to a sick horse, inadvertantly left a pail of the preparation-in his barn, which re mained there for some months serving as a fa vorite drink for his hens, lie soon afterward found that the laying of his hens was apparent ly increased to a considerable extent. Being convinced of the (to him) new discovery, he has during the present season, kept his hens con stantly supplied with lime water, placed in troughs within their convenient access, and the result was an increase of nearly four-fold as compared with previous experience. He is wil ling to share the lienefits of the experiment with his neighbors if they choose to try it: and hence this publication. The newness of the dis covery—though it may not he new to all—is claimed only as applicable to the mode of im parting the lime in the case—its use in another form havingffieen understood by many.— If aync Sent. Vert Accommodating. —Cabby (politely)— ••Beg pardon, sir; please don’t smoke in the keb. air; ladies do complain o’ the ’bacca un common. Better let me smoke it for yer, out side, sir!”— Punch.