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Sanacited on He arrival of the Iron Horn at Rock " Island, February 2 2d, 1861* j be has come over mountain and plain- The cold Iron-Horse we have looked for so long: Be has come, he has come, with his glittering train, Loud heating the time to his own horse song. He has come, he has come, from Atlantic** stern shore, And many a stream Las he passed on the way; fb* fair “land of promise” he longs to explore, And In the great ftiver his thirst to allay* The Father of Waters he views with surprise. As close by h!s side he doth lustiiy tread, The slow-rolling tide he seems t» dlsplse, And ssys, “I'll be over,” with the shake of the head. jfy course, Mississippi, you shall net control, For Westward I’m hound with might and main, Beyond the Red Cedar, and I>es Moinss Is my goal, And I must he moving that station to gain* CFer low a* 6 prairies I’.l speed on my war, And in the Missouri my limbs 1 shall lave: No power shall deter me, or hinder my sway, Until 1 arrive at Pacific*# calm wave. The North I will visit as onward I go, To scatter rich blessing profusely around, And fair Minnesota my foot-priuts shall know, While her thousand bright lakes with my notes shall resound* lfankato shall greet me, and many a grove Shall echo my song an I pass through the vale ; Bt. Paul and St. Anthony ruy deeds shall approve, As up to Superior 1 “ride on a Rail.” Thus onward I’ll bound o’er mountain and plain, Nor rest for;my iron limbs shall I tlud ; Peace and prosperity shall follow my train, And I shall be reckoned the ftiend of mankind. New Lodß. —Wc learn that a remarkably rich discovery of mineral was made last week at Vinegar Hill, on what is known a.s the •• Fur long Farm.” Our informant described the min eral as a solid sheet, upwards «t two feet thick. In sinking on it about eighteen inches, the min ers took out 5,000 pouuds. —Galena Jeffer tonian. A Swindle. — The Cleveland riaindealer gives the following account of a successful swindle practised by an Ohio operator upon a New York house : During the past season a speculator in Lick ing county, Ohio, borrowed thereupon his own paper, endorsed by several of the must respons ible men of the county, $50,000. This amount he invested in hogs, and soon applied to the lender for more funds. The application was declined, and soon after the lender received from a New York firm letters inquiring in re gard to the responsibility of the men who had endorsed the paper he held. His reply was sat isfactory, and the speculator obtained advances from the New York firm to the amount of $50,- 000. One day he “ came up missing,” and the fact wa9 ascertained that the endorsements up on his paper, and upon which he obtained cre dit for SBO,OOO were all forgeries! We under stand that he paid up $30,000, but that the New York item is left unprotected. A Man in a Well all Night.—The Toronto Colonist relates the following:— On Saturday morning last, about four o'clock a man on Richmond street, near George street, on proceeding to a well in that quarter, to draw a bucket of water, was surprised by hear ing groans and sounds of distress, apparently coming from some human being in the well. On examination, he ascertained that it actually proceeded from a man at the bottom. Assist ance was immediately procured, and the unfor tunate fellow drawn up. On inquiry it was found that he was a workman oa the Grand Trunk Railway Depot, and that he had fallen into the well, which contained about ti feet of water, about 7 o’clock on the preceding eve ning, but had managed to get bis feet in the bucket, and by that means to support himself, the chain not quite reaching to the bottom, up to his waist in the water, in which uncomforta ble position he remained all night. By what means he got into such a predicament we have not learned. \t e are informed that lie was not likely to suffer any very serious injury from his •d venture. Death in the Pulpit.—The Rev. John Berry Meachum. pastor of the First Colored Baptist Church in St. Louis, situated on Eleventh street at the head of Green, fell dead in the pulpit on the 19th, directly after reading his text, at 11 o’clock service. He was over sixty years of age, and has been pastor of the congregation of this church ever since its organization. O.n: Thocsand Dollars for a Camelia. —The beautiful seedling camelia, raisetl lev I’eter Mae ■ kenzie. Spruce street, Philadelphia, named “Jenny I.ind/’ has been sold to Messrs. Hen derson & Son, of London, for two hundred j pounds, or one thousand dollars, and will be! shipped in the steamer City of Manchester on her next voyage. Fusible Alloy. —The law for the preserva tion of life on steamboats requires a particular safety fusible alloy to be used to prevent ex plosions ol boilers. The Treasury department originally had this alloy made in the navy yards. Recently. Professor llooth has been .' employed by the Secretary of the Treasury, at the Philadelphia Mint, to perfect alloy by ! experiments, lie has said to be rapidly ap- 1 proximating to satisfactory results. ! Couldn’t help it.—A brutal teacher whipped • little boy for pressing the hand of a little girl who sat next to him at school, after which he asked the child “ why he squeezed the little ffirl’s hand “ Because,” said the little f«d ow, “it looked so pretty, I couldn't help it." The three dollar gold coin authorized by the last Congress, will he issued as soon as the dies now in progress are completed. The rumor that Smith O'Brien has escaped from Australia proves to be incorrect. He has written to bis family under date of Octobe r Ist. I declaring he had no intention of escaping, and that he bad received a ticket of absence for six t mouths. i , Three Polish Generals have been received < into the Turkish service, aud have been named j Arslan Pacha, Shahiu Pacha and Toufau Pacha. They have adopted these denominations with- ' out aojuriug the Christian faith. A Baht Snow tx Massachusetts. — A baby show has literally transpired.—lt occurred at Palmer, on Wednesday evening last, incouncc- 1 tion with a ladies’ fair. Six or eight babies ' ■ were exhibited, dressed “up to the ii'ines.’’ The committee that passed upon the merits of the little ones, were childless, and they awarded ' the premium of s.’!. offered by Mr. Fisk of the « Palmer Journal, to a boy baby of Mr. Hardnker. On the announcement of the decision, one bach- 1 elor gave a dollar to kiss the premium babv. ! and another the same sum to kiss the one he i •n/an 30 TetXic6t — s P ri npfifld Hepublic- j Elder Knapp occaaionly gets off a good thing : notwithstanding his bad ones : He was one evening speaking of the prevail- Ing tendencies of some religionists to long prav- 1 . ers, and remarked that we would find no exam- • < pie for these in the Scriptures. The prayers of! our Saviour were short anil to the point. The ! prayer of tbe penitent publican was a happy ! specimen. When Peter was endeavoring to ! walk upon the waters, to meet his master, and ' was about sinking: had his supplication been I as long as the introduction to one of our modern prayere, before he had got half through he would i *o»e been fifty feet under water.’ JSJSy “ “ Foboiyicx.—There is a good . fa - voung lad J r ' ,vll ° no ‘ more than a thousand years ago was smitten with the elo ping epidemic that was then raging in her na tixe City, but who iu baste neglected to til* all her clothing with her; indeed she look w little more than what she stood in A c !t U * the knot had been fairly and she wrote a letter to her guardian informtn s• ’ of the fact, and imploring him to send her tka night express, “his forgiveuess nod’hil trunk, —especially the latter? ’ ‘“ d her Constantinople has been beseiged twentv rour times—eighteen times without success TM place is one of the easiest to defend in the World, and Nicholas would find it hard work to SttWdU. *° f Wall> 4ftW he ad reached their SHERIFF’S SALE. BT virtue of two writs of Execution issued out of, and ! under the seal of the* District Court for the county ol Bimsoy. in the Territory of Minnesota, upon two Judg- , meui* rendered and docketed In the said District Court of the county of Ramsey, on the 2Sth day of September, j A. D. 1863, in two actions; one wherein Caroline A. , Brewster Is plain ti ir, and the Town of Saint Paul Is de fendant, In favor of said plaintiff and against the said de fendant for the f.um of one hundred and eighty-four dol lars and elglity-four cents ; and the other action la which i Henry M. Alexander Is plaintiff and the town of Saint j Paul defendant; In favor of the said plaintiff ami against the said kefendant, for the sum of two hundred and six j dollar* and sixty-one cents a 3 appears of record; 1 have, ‘ on tbit 20th day of February, A. D. 1864, levied upon all | the followtug described real estate, viz: All that certain place or parcel of land situated and lying between Fifth and Sixth streets, and bounded on one side by Sibi*y street, and ou the opposite side by Waukuta street, num- ! beied a* block ten (10) (and known and called ‘-Public ! square,”) in Whitney to. Smith’* addition to the town of j St. Paul, In the county of Ratnsey, Territory of Minne- j sola, as the property of said defendant; which reai cs- • tate and property I shall expose to sale and sell at pub- j lie auction, to the h’gUest bidder, for cash, at the Court : House lu the town of Saint Paul, county of Ramsey, Ter- j ritory aforesaid oil Monday the 10th day of April next, j (1864,) at ten o’clock. In the forenoon of that day, as the j property of said defendant, or so much thereof as may i he sufficient to satisfy said executions, with Interests an l ; cotta ’hereon. A. M. FRIDLEY, Sheriff. By D W. C. DUKWELL, Deputy, j Ames to Van Etten, Plaintiffs’ Atl’y. Saint Paul, February 20. 1854. 24 €w The Evhibtion Continues, ! Notwithstanding the great demand fur Goods at the WORXiD’B PAin, Since the Fall and Winter supply customer* can yet be accommodated—duplicates of termer Good* having aril- 1 ved by the last boat, The Winter Stock is Again Complete, ! Fresh packages will be exhibited as occasion requires, I presenting new aitaactions of Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods, | Prints, Delaines, Alpaccas, Merinos, and a variety of ■ • Woolen Dress Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, Laces ami Embroideries, i Boots and Shoes, including assorted sires of Ladles, Miss es’ and Children’s Silkelastic, Morocco and Calf liootees; 1 Buffalo, Carpet, and India Rubber Overshoes; Silk, Bea ver, Kossuth, and oth* r llats: Plu-h, Otter, and a variety of Fur Caps: Wool and Buck Mits and Gloves. Tailor's Trimming* and Piece Goods. | Ready-made Clothing, and Clothing made to Order, •on the shortest notice. Having engaged the service* of an experied cutter, particular attention will be paid to making Men and Boys Clothing, iu the latest fashion. House Trimming Goods a general assortment, Including Cotton, Hemp, Wool and Tapestry Carpets of the latest designs and patters. Stair and Floor Oil-Cloths* ’ Paper Hangings, Cashmere, Worsted, and Linen (satin j finish) Table Cloths, and Covers, Window Damask and Draperle* In great beauty, at the World’s Fair Store, Comer Third and Roborts sis. EDWARD IIEKXAN. Shirts! Shirts! 50 Doz. superfine L.ncn Bosoms, warranted Grass . Bleached, at the WORLD** FAIR. BED SPREADS—Got up expressly for a Mlnneso- | ta Winter, by Hecnun at the WORLD’S FAIR STORE, Dec. 3. 1858—12/f CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS! ■ Presents for Toung & Old ! I RENZ At KAHCHKU Lav, now on hand the large*! 1 and best selected stock of French, Gerjnan and j English Toys and Ean v Goods ever offered in this Terri- j lory ; among others, crying babies’ tea setts of ail kinds, 1 swords, Guns, Rattles, Harmonicas, Accordions,, Work boxes, knives, Port Mounales, and a large assortment of i French aud China Tea setts, card Baskets, Cups and Bau- 1 | cer*, and a number of other articles too numerous to men tion. Also, ornamented cakes, and plain and fancy Can- ! dies at wholesale and retail, please give us a call, next i store to the corner of Cedar aud Third streets, and *t. \ ! Anthony street near the American House. | dec 17 * P.EXZ to MARCHER. The People should Know That the undersigned now keeps ills ißook and Stationery Stove At No. 22, Huberts street, Next door to Cathcart, Kern to Co’s Crystal Palace, where I among other great varieties in hi* line, may be found the 1 j following: Stationery. i 50 reams cap paper f#rt reams cap paper plain ilO do brief paper 60 do Letter papor, ass’d 5 do col’d Letter paper 16 do Faney Paper I 6 do Bill paper IBooks, etc. A good assortment Miscellaneous Book* Gift Books for Holidays, a large assortment j Letter Writers el a superior form Meadow’* French and English Dicttonery i School Books all kinds cheaper than any other la this ’ | Territory r . Maps of Minnesota, aU.kinda J Albums in great variety Da/ Books and Lasers Memorandums and It* ce.'pt Book* Envelops and“satin surfaced oerdi Gold Pens, Pencil* and pencil l.oola Portfolios and Portable Desk* Drawing sheet or yard Ink stands and Ink* Wail paper, 1600 Roll;, Window curtains. Congrea* Knives Guitars and Violins Muff*, a few left cheap; Indies attend. Also many other articles, too numorons to mention, ; which will l>« sold at the lowest price* for cash. Being agent for Daniel Burgess to to, New York, and W. B. Smith 6c. Co., Cincinnati, for School Books, the j subscriber believe* that he can sell these articles at a* low rates as any where uerth of Saint Louis. December 10. \VM. DAHL. Minnesota Banking and Exchange office. THK umlor.ignnl very mpccltnllr inform the pub lic of t!i*ir l.avias entered into a cop.nner.hip, ! under the style of Wm. liicvvstfr Jc Co., for the tramac- j lion of a general Banking, Exchange, Insurance and Land Busi- ! ness. With our present facilities, we are enabled to attend to ! collection* in all paru of the Territory, and to remit • promptly at current rates of exchange, lathe prassnu- I th»n of the Land Business, we are enabled personally • ! to attend to the purchase and rale of property, the pay- • : nimt of taxes, entering land, locating land warrants, ex- i ; anilnlng titles, &c. WM. BREWSTER is. CO. j ; William Brewster, late of Western Bank, Phil adelphia. Pa. Thompson Hit. hir, late of Dale. Rok 4’ Withers , 1 j Philade!ph:u. REFERENCES: G. M. Trent man, Cashier Western Bank, Pbll’a. 1 B. IS. Comegys , “ Philadelphia Bank, 44 j Messrs. Dale, Russ Sr Withers, “ i Messrs. Atwood 4* Co., « J Hon. Judge Thompson , 1 • Hon. A. O. Ileister , Prts’t Ca*h Mutual Insurance Company, Harrisburg» i Nelson Roth , Esq., President American Insurance Co.. ; Utica, N. Y. ] Ex-Gov. Alexander Ramsey , St. Pan!, Minnesota; 1 Messrs. J. McCloud, Jr. 4‘ Co., “ « j W. L. Ames , Ksq., « Chubb 4* Bro., Washington, D. C. • ! « j Dee 10, 1-53—13: f ! Gold band 4" White China Tea-Sets I JUST RECEIVED At the Saint Paul China and Glassware Store, i R MARVIN is now receiving and opening a superb • slock of the above and all good* belonging to bis ; line The Ladles of St. Paul are requested to call ar.d see bis j choice assortment, consisting of While and Gold Band Ch ina , While Granile in full sets. Mulberry ware do Blue ware do Glassware all kinds I looking Glasses, Sfe., See. BAU. AND PARTY DRESSES, plain alii fmbroM ered of th<» latest fasliions. i .battles’ anj Gents’ W hite kiU Gloves, and a variety ot I D r e “ ,ioods “>• World-. Fair Store, corner Third and Roberta »tx. EDWARD HKENAK. I JOOO bush Wheat In store and for tale by j S. E. TYSON* It CO. j e^ 00 bb:4 - Blour for .ale by ' N. E. TYSON &. CO. i N ' B..TYSOK k. CO. j *>oo bush Dried Aptiles, for .ale cheap by ~ I ~ !>'■ B. TYSON Ml CO. 4bbl. Ealtlniore Cove Oy.ters for .ale by K. E. TYSON fc CO. 100 sacks assorted Shot, an band and for .ale by N. K. TYSON It CO. Wholetale Grocer., Robert, street. Dec 3. ISs3—l2tf Health vs. Cold Feet. lAM PREPARED to make to order, BUFFALO OVER SHOES of every description, ou tha abort eat notice—a large stock aßway. on baud. L. MARVIN. P r ,„ Cask Paid OR Old Cast-Iron, Bra.., and Copper, at tha St. Paul Foundry, near ihe Lower Landing. p GILifAX. A M«t ( J ',l r l^i,°, by ttr “ r “* Bjctwte at, and Coni OASTXim HUTCKLIT a CO. Look at This. A LL persons indebted to the late firm of McLagnn, A Wooldridge to Co., or McLagan.it Wooldridge, are i hereby notified that the Book> and Account* are In my J 1 hands for settlement, and must be closed up forthwith.— j Otherwise they will be put Into the hand* of proper offl- ! t cer* for collection. j If you want to save costs please call at the “ Captain’s t Office,’* a few doors below the World’s Fair corner, on , Third street, and settle with me. C. WOOLDRIDGE, j St. Paul, Dec. 23, 1863. lfc-tf WHALE OIL.— A few gallon* of this superb article ! taken front the whale that Jonah swallowed, 1* 1 ! now offered for the first time In this market. The public ; uuty rest assured that it is the genuine article. It will . emit a light brilliant as a “culler’d pusaon’a eves.” For IITCHCOX’S Wholesale Oil Store, j EJ"A side entrance on the west side, near the south ndv for wholesale customers. Land Warrants Wanted. 40, SO and 100 acre Land Warrants Wanted. HENRY MctKNTY, Dealer iu Real Estate. . St Paul, Jan 2S, \»4 Notice. ~ WE have associated with us in business at the ‘Cheap Omer’ in Wlnsl.iw's new IIjt«l. in upper Town, 1 Mr. J. It. ecu ci. Who will lake ci.&rge of th. tan.., ■ unuer the mvie and lirni of J. B. Culver v Co. I CHAM BUM Ac MOBGAX. j St. Paul, Feitruary 1, 1851—Ifllf Ho! Wash-ta. j a fact, the IP hoys up country, say Eureka City JL i* the best point ou th’» Minnesota River; that the Railroad they are going to build leading from Dubuque, : lowa, fo St. Pain I, Minnesota, will cross the Minnesota rl - ver right .at Eureka ; that we have the best Agricultural i country surrounding Eureka there Is In the Territory.— Now, if you don’t believe ll Just come up and sec for yourself, and I will give you every alternate lot of 309 , valuable town lots by your purchasing another, and Im proving it In such a way that it will be creditable to the ; town, G. ADDISON BROWN, f i Eureka City, Dee. 27, 1853. 16-Fy At the Old Employment ’ j f OUIS KRIEGEK, late of the firm of Haas & Kriegcr, - j Lj takes pleasure in informing his old friends and all > ! those wishing to purchase r GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, J Cheaply, that he ha* received and offers for sale at the j lowest cash prices, at his new store on Third street, nearly ‘ opposite the Post Office, a large, fre>h and well selected ? stock of articles In his line, consisting lu part a* follows: i Sugars, of ali varieties; . i Teas, the latest importation and best qualities; Coffee, West India and Mediterranean Fruits; Fish—Cod, Mackerel and Herring; - Pickles and preserves of all kinds; i Nuts —Almonds. Filbert*, Brazil, etc.; j • Tobacco and Cigars; " i Molasses and syrup, best qualities, from Belcher’s Refinery: Flour—superfine of the choicest brands; » J Hams, shoulders and Pork, X And all other articles usually found In an establish ; menrit of the kind. Those wishing to buy any thing in ibis line would do well to call before purchasing else ; where. 2-41 tf L. KUIEGER. Drafts on England , Ireland and Scotland, for sale. VII. CATnC ART is authorized by Messrs. Taylor • Brothers. Bankers and Brokers, 76 Wall street, New York, to draw' throuch them, in sums from j£l up wards, at the rate or $6 per pound. Persons wishing to send money to their friends in any part of the above countries, can do so by calling at Cath cart, Kern to Co’s, Third street, *t. Paul. 37y In Heat Prepare for Cold! Stoves for the Million. PARLOR AA'D OFFICE STOVES, Ever brought to the Territory. It comprises every thing in the stove line for burning wood, that is now In use in die States. He has all patterns aud models of Cooking stoves, that have been practically approved and found f*» work well; all of which will bo furnished In the he>t of style and workmanship, and -add at price* h* r< t.»t«.re un equalled in this market for i heapness. Tim Prairie State Cooking stove 1 warrant to answer its purpose; and all v*ld at my establishment will he taken hack and the mon ey refunded after two we* k*. ? trial, if any defect i» appar ent. lu the business of manufac uring STOVE FURNITURE, I have workmed in my shop that I feci warranted in sav in* are superior to any heretofore employed in St. I’aui : ami no work goes out that is not warranted. Upon Ihl head I challenge competition. Red River and o*her Up-Country Traders Nerd nor send to Galena or Saint Louis for their stoves. They wi'l find bv••ailing upon me.that thevean he suited *o well and as cheaply Imre in St. Paul. I hav. purchased my stock with an especial view to supplying this trade. Orders from the trade throughout the Territory, and the adjacent portions of Wisconsin, or from any other quarter, will lie promptly attended to. An extensive assortment of Tinware constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest raft ?. My object Is to sell ray wares at small profits and keep them moving. I know lean suit the people whenever they call upon me, and no gassing or undue noise about it. Recollect I am on Roberts street, \ve.>t side, opposite Winno to Cooley’* Clothing Emporium. J. U. BYERS. Jur.9 4, 1853—3Stf It is a FACT, that at Whitney' 1 s Dagucrrean Gallery IN St. Pau’, as good a Daguerreotype can be procured as at any ether establishment in the WORLD. Recent Improvements enable him to make Likenesses in a style, which lor lifelike expression and beauty of finish, has never been seen in the West. JUST RECEIVED, a splendid assortment of Gold and Gilt Locke is and Fancy Cases,' R. II MILLER & COi, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN China , Glass, and Eathenware, 34 Main street, between Chestnut and Fine, ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI, HAVE r*.»w in St4>re and arrivini: for Fall Sales, a f<ii and compieto st«;ck of go«H|N in their iine, which they offer lo their friends and the piffdic generally on accoin modatlßH term*. These cot.*ls have been oarful’v sr’.’cte l. with r< fx*rence to the BVstem Trade, and th«-ir long exp«?ri«-iiee in the i businc * justifies tiiein in saying thai Dealers can be sup I plied at their ••stabii. limcnt on as go<»u terms as e.: any in . i the western country. E A R T II E N W A R E, 1 C* (*• Blue Edged, Dipt, Painted, A cate, Printed, Paint . ed-Fb 'vn-BbM* and Mulberry, Printed-Flown-Blue and ; Mu‘berry, <’ai.ton Blue, Fancy Lustre and Japaned and : White Granite CHINA, i Kn.iniolle<!, Lustre, White, Blue and Lustre Figmred, and t Gold Band. GLASSWARE: ’ Pressed, Plain, Cut aud Colored, of American, French, j Bell ian, and Itohenifan manufacture, in all their varie • tie* and style*. ! French China of every description, Plain, White, Gilt I and decorated; imported direct from the manufactories <‘f : Paris, at very lu\v prices. ! Britannia Hereof ail kinds. Looking Glasses, Wait- ’ English T. D. Pipe*, American Pipe Heads, toe. j Assorted crates carefully packed tor couutrv trade, a!- 1 ways on hand. Country merchants «re resrectfufiy solicited to call and examine our stock before purchasing elM*** lierc, a* we are convinced w 0 can offer a complete assortment of good* at prices at least as l,»w as they cun bought clseuken* in St. Lo'iia. Call and nee !! P.. 11. MILLER to CO., 31 .Main street. | The Outer Han. OLD POLONIt S, Lord Chamberlain,! to Claudius. King of Denmark, talked sense, when he thus expressed himself in advice to his son, La-rtes,as he was about to leave the paternal roof to finish hi* edu cation in France: “Costly thy habit arfllty purse can buy, But not expressed in lancy; neat but not gaudy ; For the apparel oft proclaims the ~'.au,” Feeling deeply impressed with thcopinion that the gents of Paul, old and young, intend, tlie coining winter, to act wholesome admonition, IvEIIIAUS & BROTHER Have brought Into the marktt as flnp amikf.slilonsble a a stock of seasonable dressing and fumlsblhg t:i.«ls as ■ conld be purchasisl in the Eastern cities. They respect fully ask that gentlemen will call and examine their ele gant Cloths. Caisiineres. Vestings, fc ~ before trading elsewhere : satialled that in reference to tbe articles wan- ’ ted, their prices, and their fashionable styles ut cutting ’ 3 and making up Karmen ■*, they can suit and Jit an custom- 1 *rs who may offer. They also keep on Lana a general as sortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, i mav In Ihc genUemen’s rurnl-hlng line that ' Minnesota Xll Store anU sho P ° n Thini, between offlc"r JCo “ slr ' ;ct »> opposite Judge lawnbert’. f l ~* Lf NEIHAUS & BROTHER. ! 1 WARNING! “ j The PUBLIC are hereby cautioned againat mirchaslmr Lots in Le Sueur City»» of anv the .ctu.l proprietor, K. K. Peck, and thow to whom be*! ] be ha. given deeds, as all purchases made rrom any other . source wilt be utterly null aud void, and will fail to con- f ver an, title whatever to tbe property. i * St. Paul, Sept 3, «ltf K. e. PECK) j _ SUGaRS'of kinds; Candid* (tar and Xonld, a cholc.lot! $ Fr##k Butter at No U % JW DOWN KB I k ON HAND IN SEASON. JOS. CAMPBELL* Third street above Jackson, sign of the wooden Indian, respectfully Informs his custom ers, as well a* ail others, that he lias received for the fall trade, a large and complete supply of every description of TOBACCO AJVD CIGARS , which he Is prepared to sell at ills usual accommodating rates at wholesale and retail. My terms an l the quality of ruy stock are well known, and it Is useless to go Into particulars: St. Louis prices, and if the article does not give satisfaction, the money refunded. Merchants and traders from all parts of the Territory, wifi find by deal ing with me that they will at least save their freight bills up from St. Louis, in addition to much time aud trouble Aug 27, ISs3—sotf St. Paul Tobacco and Cigar Store. J. Campbell, LATE of St. Lou!*, has removed to St. Paul, to stay. He has, moreovey, removed his entire business here, and will henceforward be one of the business citizen* of St. Paul. He has taken the room reeently occupied by Ttuntan M. Smith, E>q., on Third street, near Jackson*. At this location he lias opened an extensive assortment of all kinds of CIGARS AND TOBACCO, From the commonest kind of »KentuckSpani*h’ up to the I most highly flavored ‘llabcrano,’ and from old-fashioned ‘twist’ to the most delicate and sweet-scented modern 1 preparation of the ‘weed’ for masticative purpose*; also, every other preparation to which tlie tobacco plant is i subjected, for smoking chewing and snuffing. I wish to impress upon iny Minnesota customers, that whatever celebrity attached to my Cigars and Tobacco in j St. Louis—and those who have “read the pap.-rs” of that j city will ;»greo it is not a little—lias been transported here. The articles ar of the same quality a* those sold in that market, and what is of more importance, are offered 1 here at the same ST. LOUIS PRICES. My customers may rely upon finding all articles in my line constantly on hand during ti e w inter, and at the ' same prices as previous to the closing of navigation. Anything purchased at my establishment not giving! entire satisfaction, will be taken back ami the money re funded. I wish it understood that this 1* not all | smoke. Let those who chews try me and find out. J. CAMPBELL, t Sept. 10- - 52 Third street, near Jackson, St. Paul : U. S. MAIL STAGES. 1853 1853: Spri.ig and Summer Arrangement!; WILLOUGHBY & POWERS will j * f continue their seml-weeklv trips between St. Paul ! and Pr.iirie du Chton until the opening of navigation, > immediately after which they will commence running ( DAILY LINES of Four-Horse Coaches between St. Paul and St. Anthony, and St. Paul and ! Stillwater. They have recently pur ■.• based at the East several new ! and elegant CONCORD COACHES, which will be here to take their places in these lines ini- j mediately after flic opening of navigation. The public may r. t assured that the proprietors j have none but the best o' teams, accompanied by careful j drivers; and that they will devote theli utmost energies ' to insure comfort and safety on all occasion*. ?T 3T An extensive Liv. rv Stable at the corner of Fourth i and Roberts streets. Particular attention given to the * accommodation of Pleasure Parties, upon liberal terms, i 27-tf WILLOUGHBY to POWERS. Hurrah for the Red Line ! PATTiSON to BENSON’S Red Line Coaches with ihe best of teams and caretul drivers are now upon the road betwacn St. Paul aud St. Anthony, ready to accom modate the public on all occasions. They have also a large and excellent Livery stock, several new and elegant Carriages ami Barouches; also new Harnesses and Horse Furnishings, and equipage of the most elegant dcscrip- F. to B. in returning thank* 3a to the public tortile liberal paln-nage heretofore b stowed upon them, take pb asure in stating that they have just received, in addi tion to their former extensive stock, several young, ele gant and WELL BROKE HORSES*. specimens of stock that have never t»c£n equaled in the Territory; also a lot ..f carriage* ami bug-h sto match, from the best manufactories at the East. Their present stock needs but to be seen to be admired and approved by a discriminating public* Will our tri-nds aud the public remember, that at the Livery Stable in th** n-ar of the American House, at the upper end of Saint Paul, they can ai all hours, have such conveyance by land, on wheel-* or on h<*r<.d.a» k, a- they may desir •. I* \TTiSOX to KEXsON. St. Paul,Mav 21, 18.73. (3ov) Family Library! rUIYTLKIUS Universal History. 2 vols.: M Lite Kefui-9 the Must. 1 vol: Memoirs ol 1 v.»l: American Courage and Enterprise, 2 vols: Ticknor’s Philosophy of Living, 1 voi: Principles of F.loqence: ; Court aud Camp « f Bonaparte: , Lockhart* Life of Napoleon, 2 voi*: i Life of Pc Wit Clinton: j llalleck’s British Poets., 2 v*!r: Thatchers’ Indian Biography, 2 vo!i»: Thatcher’s in*Man Traits, 2 vols: Boj’s and Girl’s Library, j Tales of American Recollection, 1 voi: i History of Massachusetts, 2 v, !*; ! History of N. w York, 2 voi*: Whale Fi l.cry, •» vols: American Forest, 1 vwl: | <_>*sar, 2 voi*: 1 The above l ooks an.l many others of the same librrarx may be bought for the small sum of 4,'» cents a volume at LeDUC’B Bookstore. New Arrival! Sires to Hunt on hand with a Fresh Slock. I 4 E have Just r« reived from Cincinnati, and are pre ’ r pared to sell at Dutch cheaper rates than hereto -1 fore, the large*! assortment of Mahogany and Common Chairs, ever brought in «»the St. Paul matket. ALSO, Furniture «.f ad kinds and qualities of our own i manufacture, as w. U from the b-st »*stabdsi,ed manu- J tactories or Cinciin a'i and St. Louis. Give rs a call, j 48if STEES to HUNT. DOCTOR YOURSSLF, THE POCKET AESCULAPIUS. on, ei'erv oxe his oir.v pin siciAx. \ which i,'a.Wwl a tr.Ml:—' uit tlj- diseases <>t Fc malW) ur th« li<eln-.t iiniwnancc tj mar.k-.i pi-o- I'lr, or those contemplating m trriagr. Kv WII.UAM YOlXc;, M. I). ; Let no father b • a-hamei! to present a eopy ~f the ' .ESCULAPIL'S t*» his chib!. It may save him from an j early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the ; secret obligations or married fife without reading the I Pocket -E>cu!aplus. Let no one suffering from a back i Hied Cough, pain iu the .-ide, resiles* night-, m vousfeel- I ings, and the whole train or dyspeptic senstaions, and giv ; en up by their physician, b*- another moment without con sulting tne Jl cnlapms. Have the married, ..r those about to b-* m.u r ed any imi>edimeut, read this truly use ful book, as it has been the mean* of saving thousand* of unfortunate creatures trout the \ cry Jaw* of death. , 53 s " Any jhtsoxi sending twenty-five cents enclosed it. a letter, will receiv.- ••no copy of this work by mail, or live copies will be sent for one dollar. / Address (past paid) DR. WM. YOUNG. 3-2-6ni N*>. 152 Spruce st., Pioiadelphsa NEW FALL & WINTEii GOODS \ L. LARPUXTKUR ha> Jud received, and is dai!> A* rec-ivlng direct from New York, the largest and ; best selected stock of DRY GOODS j ever brought to thi* market, which lie is prepared to sell !at prices which cannot fad to suit purchasers. Having taken great care In the selection of Li* stock, the public ' can rely on finding every tiling in hi* line or the best quality. The ladies will find in the following list, coin-! 1 prising but a small portion ol our .-tock, a variety of arti ! cie* for.Uudr use, su» h as W I A TER BO X X E TS ; : Silks, satins, and Dress Velvets, a large and beautiful as jsortnient; French Merinos, plain and figured; Winter Plaids, of superior quality; de Lai lies of every style; Shawls; Judies’ Winter gloves; Calicoes, oil, plain, and figured; Hosiery, cotton, woolen, toe.; Curtain Damask,! different color* and qualities. Carpeting, aud Oil-cloths, , Carpet rugs, etc., a large an I beautiful assortment, se- j leered with great care from the best manufacturers, aud will be sold ut a small advance on eastern price*. C’lotlis, Cassimcrcs and Vrsting*. Hats and Caps, latest styles; Gloves and mittens, con sisting of Kid. Buck, cashmere, etc.; and Shoes, for ; • men and In>ys; l;viies and misses boot* and shoes, a large • and varied a**ortnient. READV-MADE CLOTHING, a large variety ami of superior quality, which will be sold i ver >* i‘» w ; person* wishing ready made doting will do I well to call and examine our stt»ck before purchasing. We will continue to receive addiil>>u* to our pnaent i stock by every arrival fr«»m below, until the close of nav- i Igation, when we can boast as complete an assortment for ■ the winter trade a* any establishment above St. L »ui?. ' A. L. LARPEXTKUIt. October 8. ISsß—4tf Fine l*nu Cigar*. DIRECT through th. Cn.tom New Tork, with other Bronson’s cortiftct.) a large Invoice of Ci gars, which I will sell et tli. lowwt cash priM Ik Ms emt Kalentua, Keltraed mur. C. T>. PII.LMOItR. SPICKS, Cinnamon. Pepper, Allspice, Med, Nutaem. (Hnser, Mnm.se, fcc., u j j w. w. mcimt. No More Credit. ! THANKFUL for the liberal patronage which I have re ceived from the citizen* of St. Paul, and surrounding ! country, I shall endeavor to conduct my establishment in j such maimer a* will warrant a continuance of their confi- i dence; but in order to do this, I must stop the CREDIT SYSTEM; as I have te pay ca*h for all cattle, sheep, hors, etc., which I purchase, I shall hereafter expect my customer* | to pay down the Cash for all meats they may buy from me. I shall strictly enforce this system with all my cus tomers. It is my Intention to keep con-tantly ou hand the very best meat of ail kinds, at os low prices as tbe market will allow. My motto will hereafter be Beef for Cash, and Cash for Beef. N B. AH persons indebted to me in large or small sums, will please call and settle imraedlatetly, as it will save me the necessity and trouble of calling on them By so doing, you will enable me to £ fork over’ to my cred itors. H. C. WOLF. Mif Last but not Least. BERNARD ROGERS, not having the | LJ fear of competition before hi* eyes would respect i fully inform hi*old friends ami the public generally, that 1 he has opened a fresh and well selec cil stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, ; In the bullilms on tin- southwest corner of Thlr.l nnd Ho- i , berts streets, diagonally across from the "World’s Fair.’ lie hits every thing In Ids line H at con he found else where, and is determined to dispose of his goods and wares, for cash, at rates that no reasonable man will Hud fault with. 1 hope all my friends and neighbors will give me a call, feeling satlsHed that 1 can trade wl h them ad- | vantage,U"ly. 36tf BKItXAIID ROGERS. 185 3 . Michigan Southern Railroad. New nnd important arrangement,ensuring speed j and comfort to the traveling public. Chicago to New York and Boston. Shortest , most expeditious, and only Railroad \ Route to NEW YORK. BOSTON, to PHILADELPHIA!! Great Western and South-western V. S. Mail Route. Passengers leave Chicago with the 8 o’clock p. m. Tel egram h Express Train, reach Monroe next morning at 6 o’clock, connecting with the following low pressure Steamers DIRECT FOR BUFFALO, WITHOUT LANDING, j arri\ ing at Buffalo in time for the 11 o’clock Express sam j evening, arriving in New York ii“\t day at 1 M., by ; either N. Y. City anti Erie or N. Y. Central Roads. j Ten hours less time than by any ether Rail * Road and Lake Route. Northern Indiana. Capt. I. T. Piieatt. leaves Toledo an t Monroe, Tuesdays and Fridays; leaves Buffalo, j and Saturday*. Southern Michigan, Capt. A. D. Perkins, leave* ; Toledo and Monroe, Mondn>s and Thursday*; leaves Buffalo Tups Jays and Fridays. Empire state. Capt .1. Wii.sox, leaves Toledo and ! Monroe, Wednesday and Saturdays; leaves Bufialo, Monday* and Thuiadays. ALSO, THREE TRAINS A DAY, Making complete Railroad connections throughout Ohio, Peiin-Alvaiiia, New York, and the entire New England State*. Ist. LIGHTNING EXPRESS, leaves at 6a. m. 2d. EXPRESS AND MAIL, leaves at 12 m. 3d. TELEGRAPH EXPRESS, leaves at Bp. M. Only One Train a Day on Sunday—Leaves at S P. 31. Railroad time is flftetn minutes faster than Chicago time. &3* Passengers are particularly requested to procure Tickets before taking s«-ats In «lie Cars. Office in Tremont Building, t*.v„ door* south of the main entrance. Dearborn street, Chicago. GEO. M. tilt AY, General Passenger Agent. DRUGS AND MEDICINES AT THE - PIONEER DRUG STORE. JUST RECEIVED at the Pioneer Drug Store, on 'I bird rdreet, nearly opposite the Post Office, a iresl. supply of Drug.-,, Medicine*, Pa.nts, Oils, (Hass, V.irnishe- ! and Dye .-tuffs, which will In* sold at the lowest price*. ! Here Lan enumeration of some of the pr.nciual article*: 1 Acid, benzoic Ammonia, aqua Oil. Hferlam do tartaric do carb. do olive do muriaric Barbadoe* Aloes do anise do sulphuric Alcohol do Juniper j Aium Antimony, blk tlo cantor Adhesive plaster Arr.ov root do tansy Burgundy Pitch Blue pill do spike Bark, wiid clu-rry Borax, refined d* linseed . • •abam fir bi-muth, » x. do ctov.-s Bayb*.-iTy bark C« nii« xirvt do rosemary Cream tartar Copa-. \a, balsam do sa-safras i Cliaik, red Cieuta extract do cinnamon do prepared Camphor do hemlock Colombo r«*ot Cay.-ime African do lemon ('amoinilc flowers Car.iamon caraway do berganiot*' 1 j Coriander C »rrosive sub do wiiuoi uTcen ( reosoie Cotui>osition do worms-ed ! Digitalis Finer;.. o-.s l to 3 do British I Epsom salts Ey water Quinine ithubart* root Seneca Muikeroot snlph zinc do pulverized smalt* sponge Tartar emetic sealing wax seamrunny lodifie potasta skill*, whim & split I vory i 'a k Jalap L*iu«iani;m *pts I :»vender spfs L.qutrice, ball Mace, tm-rplnne Mercurial ointin’t ; do ro-d Ni rate silver Ntitmeg* sai-aparllirt, com. sugar lead snl ammoniac squil.s, sliced saltpetre, senna sweet spirits nitre ; do vinegar fcaffron til (h i t an do syrup sulphuric ether (i,an!n r salts Spanish flies llier.i picra l-«itigia*.<, lodine . Tine, caps to myrrliCnrboii.it.- magnesia (dim Arabic do a*ar«et : da Calcined do do Myrrh . do dlgi all* Croton .il do Opium f I do aloe* Ointment, mere do tragacantl. [ do myrrh do red pr do shellac ! do opium Calotne!, Eng do amiuonir (1» cantharide* Orange iVel do Gnaicom ! ! do camphor pumice stone Peruvian tark i Uva, I ris precipitate, re-I |H*ari barley Val -riam do white pmk root Worm*ee*i Quicksilver Wafers Virginia «nake root Wax, white Family 3ledicines. Anti-bid. us, cathartic, vegetable, and ague pill-: CoxeV ■ \ hive syrup; Stoughton's bitter*; Burgundy pitch; Liniment—nerve and bone, poor mail’s and atKHly ne; Thompsmi'seye water; opodeldoc: paragoric; rlicu matic drop-, etc., ; Together with every article iu tbe Drug line, for sale , cheap for cash. June 13—4 Cy JOHN DEWEY. Buy at Home! iST. PAUL BEDSTEiO AND CABINET-! WARE MANIFACTURY. Ware Jioums, connr of Third and .Hinnrrutu Streets. STEES to Hi:NT have received by etcam«r Nominee in addition to their former extensive stuck, a well se i I lected ass«T;ment of ’! Furniture for Parlors awl Chambers, ! Including Sofas, Chairs, Stands, Lounges, Tables, etc.,a! j Of the latest styUs and patterns, which they are prepared i to sell at \Vholesa!e or Retail, at less cost than lh*‘ same can b** purchased below, nnd transported hither. W e hav.* recently establbh •i an ex "bedstead manufactory, And are “turning out,” with great rapidih, Bedstead*. | lk*dstcad Lomigts, etc., of all descriptions*. The w..rk- I manship is uf the best quality, and the pattern* of the | latest ta-hiun. The serviceable character of th* ir munu ! !avtures, ot all kind-, i far superior to the “sale work” | usually brought truin below. Our cu turners can rely •il>t>vi i.eing suite*! at all time*. Chair* <4 all descriptions, I stands, bn-akfast, dining, centre and ail other kinds of ! Tables Wardrobes, solas, Bureaus, etc., constantly on I band. YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS, Jus* setting Up in life, can be suited with everything they 1 may need in our line, either f.»r present or future emer j gent les. We are determined to make and sell in such a . manner that it will be an object tor our citizens to pur- I chase their furniture at home. Cali and see. March 19th. STEES to HUNT. STEES & HUNT, T T NDERTAKERS, Corner of Third' | G nnd Mitin.'sutii streets, St. Paul, Minnesota. I Punctual attendance given in iliNliucof business at ah j hour*, upon the most reasonable term*. ! %3r We have received aMi l >toc kof Metallic Barit ! j caves, to which we wovld invite public attention. DODGE & SAVERCOOL, j IKTOUI.D respectfully Inform the citizens of St. Paul : if? anl vicinity, that they have receivdd tlieir large I i *tock of Groceries and FrovUions, wi.lch thev arc I now disposing *,r at exceedingly low rates, at wholesale and retail. Th-y have a'so on consignment, a choice lul of liquors, which will be disposed of in quantities to suit ' purchasers; also, an article of ground fe«**l for Mock. They wwiiM particularly invite the people from small towns adjacent, to call and give their aiock an examine- i i tion before pu a liasing elsewhere, feeling confident of sei -1 ling to all on reasonable terms. Don’t forget the place * DODGE to SAVKKCOOL, No. 4 Roberta *t.. next door to Winne to Cooler’s j 1 St. Paul, Dec. 8, 1863. 13-tf Nonpareil Restaurant, St. Anthony street, next door above Farr iny ton’s Brick J Building. OYsters, Game, Fish, and every delicacy / —. of the season, served up at ail hours,Jrjfc (mj and in the beat of city style. Supper* served lor parties ar the sbortent notice, and every attention pakl to the wants and wishes ot guests. 12tf MO3ES DICKSON. bw*h Oats* fer sale by # K. V. TYSON to CO. SSOO CHALLENGE. WJ HATEVER concerns the health and V V happiness of a people is at all times of the most valuable importance. I take it for gran toil that every person will do all in their power to save the lives of their children, and that every person will endeavor io promote their own health at all sacrifices. I feel it to be my duty to solemnly assure you that Warms, according to the o pinion of the most celebrated Physician, are the primary causes or a large majority of diseases to which children j and adults are liable ; if you have an ai petite continually changeable from one kind of food to another. Bad Breath, Pain in the Stomach, Picking at the Nose, Hardness and Fullness of the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever, Pulse Ir regular—remember 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 substances, being perfectly safe when taken, and can be given to the most lender infant with decided beneficial effect, where Bowel Complaints and Diarrhea have made them weak and debilitated the Tonic properties of my worm Syrup are such that it stands without an equal in the catalogue of medicines, in giving tunc and strength to the stomach, which makes it an in fallible remedy for tli«»se afilicted with Dyspepsia, the as tonishing cures performed by this syrup after Physicians have failed, i* the best evidence of its superior efficacy ever all others. THE TAP. WORM. Tiffs is 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 -o sadly as to cause Bt. Vitus Dance, Fits, toe., that those afflicted seldom If ever suspect that it is Tape Worm hastening to an early grave. In order to destroy this worm, c& ry energetic treatment must be pfl sued. It would thePFue 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 be taken iu dose* of 2 taid.-spoonful* 3 times a day; these directions followed have never been known to fail in curing the most obstinate case of Tape Worm. Hobensaek’s Liver Pills. No part of the system is more liable to disease than tbe Liver, it serving a* a filterer 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 of the system, and results variously, in Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, etc. We should, therefore, watch -very symptom that niighfr indicate a wrong action of the Liver. These Pill* being composed of Roots and Plants furnished bvnature to heal the sick: Namely, Ist,an Ex pectorant, which augments the secret:, n from tin* Pul monary mucus membrane, or promotes the discharge of secreted matter. 2d. An Alterative, which changes in some Inexplicable ami Insensible manner the certain mor bid action of the system. 3d. A Tonic which gives tone j and strength to th*- nervous system, renewing health and i vigor to all parts of the Nxly. 4th. A Cathartic which | arts in perfect harmony with the other Ingredients, and | operating on the Bowels, and expelling the whole mass of i corrupt and vitiated matter, and purifying the Bh*od, j which destroys disease aud restore* health. To Female*. You w 111 find tb**so Pills aninvuluuble medicine in many ! complaints to which you ar.- subject. In obstructions, ci ther total or partial, they have been f.,nnd of in stimable J benefit, restoring their functional arrangements to a heai i thy act ion, purifying the blood and oilier fluids so eflec ’ tually to put to night all complaint* which may arise from female irregularities, as headache, giddiness, dimness «ff sight, pain in the side, back, etc. None genuine unless signed “J. N- Ilobensa* k,” ali oth ers being base imitation. <T3=* Agents wishing new supplies, and Store Keepers desirous of becoming Agents mud address the Proprietor, J. S. Hobcnsack, Philadelphia, Pa. 40y For scle by J. n. STEVENS to Co. A True Bill has been found against ELFELT & BROTHERS, BY llif l.ailies an.] G.nllemrn c.f St. Paul and vicinity, for selling goods cheaper than ever before sold in the Territory. We acknowledge the ;< >oft Impeachment,'* and are now ready to receive the attendance «>f our host of customers, both old and new. We baiter ourselves that for Quality, Quantity and Cheapness, We are not equalled by any other establishment in the Territory. W-- have not time at present to go into de ails i ut will enumerate a jew *»r Ihe articles o:i exhibition: English and French Merinos, D- Lines, Parann-! tat Toths. Cashmeres, Piaiti and Fancy silks | Knib’d Curtain Mu>iiii tr-on 25 ct* to SI.OO per yard Kiub’d Curt dus from $3,60 i > SIO,OO p -r pair, i 3 * »»d 6-i Damasks p om 35 « cn * to $1,30 p.-r yard Tapestry Bru-s. Is, 3 ply Ingrain and ltag Carpet, | Embroideries of all kinds, consisting *>f Collars, sleeves, Handkerchiefs, | Ch- inizetts, etc., Li ng and square shawls; | Besides numerous oilier article* i*i the Dry Gauls Li,.e. j We have also a large assortment of 4-4 and G-4 oil-cloths Painted window shade-. China. Glass add Q.ieenswarc, ! Children’s Misses and L tdio*- Boots and shoes, ! Bov s and men?’ boots and shoes, etc., etc. pledge ourselves to* sell tln-m cluaiw. Uian ever before i off-red in the T» rrito’y. Every B-dy, please give us a call before purchasing ! els.-when-. ELFELT to BROTHEIt. Ho! XV:«*h-ta-do!! | j E. FI I.LERTON, Third Street, near *r • tin- junction with IVn. h, dealer In Ladies’ lire-s i KttPly-V, !>• cioilihis. !!<. .1. ai: I .hoes, liars «t i C«PS He., liavii'.e ju-t retar.!-: form an .■r:|..-.|iri..ii t.. Hie ritlcß uf N.av York a l Piii!:nli-!|,liia, «,,uM i:,r..rni Ilte liibabllant. •! Sr. Paul uii i vbr:n!tr, ihtt lie has insi I rwlvcl the larst-t an.l b-at a.s,.rtmcnt of s. asonahh ? !* that be has . ver li.-furr bail lire pleasure uf ..llerillK j in tlris market. Aniurm his urtrivalerl asaurtmeiit may tit* LADIES’ DRESS GOODS, ■ consisting of ca*hm-r;-s, d*dairies, alpacas, print*, flan ; m i*, bleached and unbi-aclied muslin, shawl*, table- READY-MADE CLOTHING, i ••onsl.timr ..f Ibmvnii or all kin 1«, sivies an<l prb -s. I Bress ami Crock foals. Pants. V -sUs, Monk. v-J.n kets.et... | mad.- up in the best ami most fashionable maimer ami of excellent material. I’mler Clothli.B of all kinds. II ~|erv I etc. lied, while, Kray and p-rceli blankets—a large ipiau- BOOTS AND SHOES, ; >f all kinds, a very heavy st.s-k, nm-istlnir of calf, kip. i Cowhide and avat-r prw.r 11001-; ,a:f. kit, and im.roceo I ' ll " ' "'r l sdpje-rsfor men ami laws, laid he.* kid and en ameleil tle«. Kath.rs ami slipper.; Mdi,e.’ and misses . »'»•> Old.-hoes, child’s b om ami shoes, et -. HATS, CAPS. &c. | Men’s and Boy's fashionable styles and varb. tier, ir great In ihe above ennnv ration only a few of the leading . articles are mentioned. To form a just c. n opt!.,it of all ! 'hat tve have to oiler for sale will require a pati.-nt per ; sona! examination, which is most respectfully solicited. I "ir Coeds having been purehati.l at the Hast at extrenie ty b n pr.c. s. u.- are enabbst to defyull competition, bad | and see I t yourselves. : *». Pan!. N..V.miter. ISSJ. St. Paul Crockery Store. On Third alrrrt. near the Post Office, E MARVIN, has on hand and is con • stoutly rcci-Jvlng at the Si. Paul Cr.ckery and Glasware ston*, a must dcsirabb a<*«»rtni‘ nt of Crockery. Queensware, China ware, Glassware, truin the O’Hara Glassworks, Phtsburgh, etc, consisting uf nearly everv . thing usually found in our line of business. Alf«j, an assortment of wall paper. New Livery Stable, Upper Town. E. A. BISSELL, U tvixt; removed from Stillwater has taken the old stand .d fouls.ni, on Hag It- street, ami established a Livery stable. ejV-_ The public tuay rely ou nlwavs rlmling ; goud ha-nesses’and g-.sliklj 1 ..... logos. Nodang.r.n a break down. , and sleighs lo let, on short notice, for any length ol time , ami to go any ill-lance, at the usual tates. th.?" Teamst e/s and others < all litai sup-t tor acronjnto i dati-.n at t!ii* stable tor ihcjr team*. t A share ut ihe pu» lie pat.mage is respecttully solicited. | N<)vriiiln-i 6. 1853—Sir . Notice. t IN" 11-Bitt AHY, IS6J, Henry M*l,ear ami my.elf came jR- I. ’-Stieitr tor the t>urpose tit engaging in the Indian I Trade. A hand Claim was made hy us conjnlntlv for that | purpose. The tra.liug was alntmloneit. ami he (M’l.fan) I leu—“ever made any imiustvemetits, nor expemletl any • money tl.ereott, nor has he ever hail possession of saol | properly. 1 Ut* the other hand, I have resided on the claim ai I.- 1 I Stt. ur; held possession of the property both before amt since the raiitlcation of the treaty; have expended my means in lmim.venn.nts, and consider that acc. r'tlng to : ! alt rules ol Claim Associations. M i> right tsslngh art In- | ! tlispuiahly g.sel, Wltieli 1 shall maintain t . the ta-i. as I j well in resisting eiieroachnienls, as de|em!ing mv rights. | M«> U 35if J. K. CUKISTY, I.eSii’cnr. i !I'f*T RKCKIVKD, 1001107. Blue edge plates and 20 doz I I f ) dtahea at the j _ St. Paul China and tfla.swarr store. BAITIN'*;, Batting—2(loo lbs of superior Bulling at t ,h ' WOHLB’S FAIR. The Close of Navigation! JI ST before tbe solemn event above at „ T e named, the subscriber snecccl. d (per steamer Henrietta, In get : ling up ihe best selected st.sk of good, ibai bus ever been I exblblted on the south side of Third, between Robert an l Jackson streets sine* he w ait out of business two . ago. It consists In part of a good stock of 3 * nxxo Clothivag Also—a very Isrgc assortment of Boots and Shois J togciber wiili the very be»t a*Bortincnt of 9 Laddies' and Children's Boots and Shoes | that ran be found in the Territory. Also. Hat* and Caps, of every variety an.l style. Also-, large stock of ( Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods, With fsney articles too numerous to mention, which will : be sold cheap for ca-h only. He has also purchased the ] raui Mat an.l Cap Store and removed to the Mand 1 1 above named. To llud the precise location of bis store, I Ju*t follow the crowd down Third street, Lower Town. _ R. M. SPENCKR. i Et. Paul, Mee. St. Paul Crockery Store. NEW ARRIVALS! The Largest, Handsomest and Best Assortment of China, Glass, and Crockery, ever seen in Minnesota Territory. R MARVIN, at his store, two doors east of th# Pool • Office, is prepared so show #ud sell the mbmmm goods at prices lower than they c#n be bought in G*l#n#* III* white Granite ware, « r Iron-stone-chin#, Is of th# best quality and of the ham a-jaiert and latest patterns. He has every article that can oe thought of of that wans, and can supply full sets or supply parts of sets to matefc. 11l Yellow and Rockingham War#, For kitchen purposes, he can sell 60 per cent lower than former price*, as he is constantly receiving directly foam the manufacturers East, and is thus buying at flrst hand. The following are a few of the articles kept, among• oilier* too numerous to mention. White Granite Vegetable Dishes, covered do Butter Plates, covered, with draiatr da S<*ap Dishes and Brush Tray# do Muffins, with corer# do Gravy Tureens, with ladlo do do Bowls do Pickle Dishes do Coin, fit stands do Ewer* and Basins do of every thing for table fraltor# 41 very large variety. Yellow an l Rockingham ware Cakemoulds, pie plates. Butter Jars, spittoon*, etc. Pitchers and Tea set* an I Dinner sets of all kinds. Glass ware—-every requisite article—call and see. St. Paul, July 2. Winter Boots. ’ CALF, Kip, and Coarse Hoots of my own Manufacture, and Eastern Made, at prices to suit all customers at Is. MARVIN’S Boot and Shoe Manufactory. 3 d st.. near Roberts. 18 3 3. 7^’ OW ready to supply all those who desire to make 1. v Presents, the largest and most complete assortment | i>3 Gift Books and Annuals of all kinds and styles, | now open for inspection, it would consume too much M>Ace to enumerate, a* 1 have over 300A®yes. So,*Just giv<- nic a eafl and examine,lt is no trouble to showguoda at my store. \V. S. COMBS, Between the Rice and American House. SEAIT PRESSES. 1 nE undersipn**] are agents for Roger* to Bro’* Sal I Presses. an<l will deliver the same at manufacturer 1 prices. Specimens to be *eui at the Express office of BURBANK to CO. 90 A hbN extra an! superfine Flour; 60lb’.s Mess Pork; 2000 lbs leal lard, Just received and fur sale by BURBANK to C<» Notice to Dealers in Real Estate. ? | HE UNDERSIGNED is now furnished with section# i map* of all the surveyed portion of the Territory, and | Abstracts of all entries am! pre-emption cluiras made at j ihe Stillwater Land Office. Person* in the vicinity wish ! lug to enter Government Lands can save time and money ! by culling t ii me, ns I can furnish them all the informa | tfon they could get at the Land Office. Reports received ! from the Land Office twice a week. Titles to I and* traced to the original purchaser. TRUMAN M. SMITII, Corner 3*l and Minnesota st, Saint Paul, M.T. Erie and Kalamazoo R. R. Honey TAKEN at par, for Goods, at ny NEMAN’S. Come and buy jour Winter Clothing, and get rid of Nov. Id, 1853.—10tf LEWIS HYNEMAN. A Little Left Yet. j 200 bids Extra Flour, 2.5 bid* Mess Pork, 60 sacks Buckwheat Flour; 100 bush. White Beana; 5000 lbs best Dairy Butter; 20 hid* Dried Apples; 8 hhds N O sugar; 10 do Band C sugar; 25bbl* Kendall’s Butter Crackers. And a few other article*, ali of which we wi«h to rlos# nut a* soon as pus*ible, to wind up our business for th# ! ?eason - _ J. C. BURBANK, Wharf Boat, Upper Landing. Nov 10. 1853—lOtf DAVID HARTLEY, VIIOLVSAI.K ANL) RETAIL DKALKR IK l Liquors, If hies, Cordials. Imported Havana Cigars. Virginia nnd Missouri Tobacco, Preserved fruits. Pickles, Oysters, Sar dines., lobsters. Clams, Glass trare. &, r.. fye. Xo. 61, Main street, near the Steamboat Landing. HAS lit >t,ir. an.l t., arriv , the fullowlHK, whir, htr of f< rs fur t-ai*. at th“ lowest prict*.* Tltr sttstk w. I t..’tft , i.*(l by li* tii' ir in Nt-w Yttrk, l’tiil.Xilcly.tiis, Bahiiuor. I Pitb-btirKli ami Cliicinnati. , LOQLORS, WISES AXD CORDIALS, 101,air pipes pure French Brsn ly, „( H,« followln kimls: O.art, Dttptiy &. Ct.’s; PI net, Castilian f- (Vs ■ L tilted Prinitleters; Hennessey te IVs; A. Seienetle. •. pipe- n.illainl < i ill, thf celehrste.l “Swan” brand, j 1 pipe St. Creix Hunt, 2 casks pure Port Wine for ' Meiliclnsl purposes, 2 hhls O.tl I a- . 1 B.anily, 10 •* Mtuleira Wine, 5 - N''»- Kmtlaml Rum, 2 “ Sherry Wine, SO “ New York Brandy, 20 baskets llehlsick Cham . * .. “ ,;in ’ pagne Wine, 30 “ BonrN.n and Mont,n- 2 bb'.s Rose Cordial, ealtela \t lii,kv, 2 tt Peppermint Conlia’. 100 « Kectilied Wbisky. 2 « Lemon Syrup, * 20 casks Burgundy Port Wine. . | UMAX A CIGARS. 250.9 JO intporletl Havana Cipars, the lurpest and cheats [ '"'l assorimerit of t ipars ever effr red fur sale In this mar . 20 bxs Vlrsinia Tobacco, a superior a-tlel". 1 20 « Missouri Tobacco, 20 bxs sm.ikii.R tobacco. PR A ITS, PICKLES, OP SEEKS, , ! 200 cans 3 111 preserved Pe.i. ln ~ ' ’ 200 •• 2lb a 100 “ 21b “ Straw berries, j 500 « Baltimore Cove Oyster*, I 500 “ Baltimore Cove Soup Oysters, a new article, :*o bxs ass.trl.-ij Pickles, SO cans Clams, I “ Tomato Catsup, io bxs Pepper Sauce. ItauluV't"'?, , ~ -’T Dross Playlns Card.., 1 Hetaiiters, ttmbl.Ts, f.tihlels. Pint Flasks, ice., a lsr 6 . assormit ut direct from the linimifaetory at Pittsburgh, bukna, April 30, 1863—33 y * L. Blum’s New York Bazaar 4 . B h:lf * Jnst r •lurttetl the second time this srusort’ with .hire- an.l beautilul stock of all lilwitißarnc'es. rc Sl ' L ’ Ua *’ Cut ‘*" ll,l S in P*rtpt Ihe fol- Merino-., De Luine«, Poplins. Alparra*. i ... . Buinbnzinea, Ire. t Embroidering of ail descriptions. KIRS. ! rjentlemen’’ tunr '’ an<l 1 *“ n "’ a,ld moves for I Julies and JEWELRY. ™ l .. l " ! r: r "’“'Ties, LTurtns IM Bressipins for Ihh jt,! s,',’! '’i'V ‘ r i*o' ,et '’ Stiver ; ment oi sih'er ware. 11 Ver> »««• Ladies shoes aud Gaiters. , *hnn an.l gaiters is very styTes. rl :,li! a~K dlflfcr< - nt patterns, and latest ct.nMwlMh Mi^ ( i°\otw~\ and bffautlful .•ssortnicnt, Hosiery, or every .i.-scrJpt’h.n." Guns and Pistols. | ° f,iun> ’ Pis,oU ’ tc ” wh,A 1 Uf Christmas Prasents. . v.-rv e-rit . Cl ’" ,ln ’ l at Blttm’s Bussr -.rartiol..* suitable for Chrlstm.s Pre. I «.M r’. markup ,;.w. en ° r »"« •>. uie'r*' : ‘ dS ° f * iU ' C ' V fiood ' , “ n ' l genuine French Perfu- Nov 19, 1553—1 oif Attention!—Everybody! HEAR—HEAR I’E!—DO YE HEAR 1 T ,I NYv’V o' „",! , ! T ) EV l’»*jtisl relume,l from •ts-o intent ' o’ , 1 ,l, “ a, »* most macniit.cem pie "d Minnetna. «0~1-S ever offered tothepeo i ' t." o“ VS • rtn '" n ‘ or Cases is the most ,pien -1 tori t , Cl , consisting In part of Pesrl, lit, ”, S , r Mu. he, M.k Velvet, Port Monale’ llayes!&c. ’ J- „ny Lind, Kat. XjoclLots! IiOclkota!! The lanjest tend best assortment ever offered t,, r ..t. ! ever'bob,r.-'for he‘'ame'monm''*’ 01 "' Utlcr ">»" Juee K, r ""T C ‘ n ac :n nimo.latcd „„ short 1 ' A few',,.re t'ln' ml-’ 5 *"’ t onetime. I 1 W np n sulr?. St. Paul, November 5. lt-63—8tf FiVo Tom Shorts and Bran. 0 N n'A iTI - r r™V."; , Kr ' k Knl.niajtoo Kallrnart mo. ! 11,0 s ' y K* ' . ( "'' h f ,T a ’> * ,r >'*« note, on nil,r*il o'-vY 1 -'.* < lhe *'>l.h " wa»ru. rd V I .„ f ? Uul •<»'<! ’■•nc.i. hud ‘ broke, 9 ‘ 4m/. for «roceHM»iu|'pr ! vi e^" K, ‘ m"*" W«» , | get aoni. thlnß pood” * ** j v- ‘ 3 ’ IH63 ' Wharf Boat. Ready for the Fall Campaign. MKS. M. A. M AKVIN wishes folnform fur friends ami t»ip public generally that she hat just returned from aM-w lork with a stock «>r " Bonnets and Mdlinery Goods &+ or . h * r own selection. and in such numbers’and as will stilt ail tastes. Her stock of Velvets * Trlmminja.of <iv<TycoiicclvabioH...i!. . V.? wrr,t j »«yl«. l-dl«’ c“ n.ue«^'r^, lhr ! Cult, of the I,..ti>t Ka.htoni. u.M« tSo "". " M * BuAolCcLmu!?!. 1 " 8 warm*forthawfnter. * 10 k ~ p ,he * l hut lluia arpanae. lfra. M. flattara her.olf'that * h !®»* e h*r praftta .mall, call awl mT™ •t. Panl, O. tow *. ISW .