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THE WEEKLY MINNESOTIAN.
OWEYB, MOORE A PRATT, VOLUIIE 3. Sk Putin ijlimifsotiait. Published every Morning, (Sundays excepted) and delivered to subscribers in St. Paul at FIFTEEN CENTS PER WEEK, Payable to the carrier weekly. Tri-Weekly Minuesotian, $4 per annum. Weekly do $2 do TERMS OK ADVERTISING. LOWEST HATES OK CASH ADVERTISING IN' DAILY. [Tirf/rc lince or less constitutes a squcre.] tqiurt, 1 ln?t-rttun. S .75; 1 square, 1 year, $15.00 ** each aMitluiiut, S column, 3 nma., 15.uu •* One wo k, 1.50 “ 6 “ 22 00 * Two weeks, 2.2ft| «« 1 year, 30.00 | * On? month, 3.50: column, 3 mo#., 20.00 ** Two m mth-*, 4.00} “ 6 “ 26.00 I •* Three mouth#, 6.00: “ 1 rear, 45 Oo , * SSix mouths, B.ooj 1 column, 1 year, 65.00 | A4r»*Ttli?m**nts inserted lu both Daily and Weekly, one | half price additional. Hvsinlss Cards, n,.»t cxcretling five lines, Inserted at $5 per annum. Trau-ient a«Jr«*rtlacbient» to be paid for In advance. L*-ad*-d placed inuuMiutely before no tlc»*s of marriages »nd deaths, will he charged double the above rates when not chang'd; and 50 cents per 10CO em* for change. All adverllsennaita, ”TiJ<‘*<i the time Is specified, will be j Inserted till turbid, and charged accordingly. Job Printin': -f nvy description, done In the best j •tyle and at the luwcbt i-t-s. |t. ]kn\ -Business Curbs. KDXOD.ICC »H. KOU.IV-HEAU GEO. L. BECKER i Rice, HoUinshead & Becker, ATTORNEYS at Law, General Ampul-, and Dealers . lu LxchaiiC', 8:. Paul, Minnesota Territory. Col lection, made with prompt!!'*** and on iuo<teraie term-. j Diail> on .Nc«d orK and ail purls ol Kuivpe tor sme at current rale, of K\ch#:.ae. K-al L»:ate bought and sold, taxes paid, and all the business ot ugeii iai a« ucy aitt tided to with lhlelity and despatch. • If. S. Wilkinson. 1.. A. Babcock. J. B. BrUbin. ' WILKINSON, BABCOCK & BBiSBiN, Attorneys at Laic, bt. Paul, AI. T. references: Kx-Oov. P.am'«y, St. Paul, lion 11. IT. Sibley, Mendota 1 Ingi*r*oil fc liro., S. V., Jno. C. (iulni«>, M. Y. j llon D Ca-.y. -I Umt n, N V 11- nJ WU Ud, &U >|.a, N Y HORACE R. DIGLLUVV. CIIA*S E. FLANDRAU [ BIGELOW & FLANDRAU, Attorn KYS and C - 111- Uor.- ;.t Law. OrtlceoVerL ! B. Wall X Co.’a Store, Third street, (below Rob- | mcU) St. Pail. Minn -da le-rl'ory. Will attend pioinj tiN a id ca eiudy to profe*is|ona! l>u*i- | ness in a<l tue i omis «d the Ternioiy; au*o, to the c.d- 1 lection of il<*bts .tint to all ..ttier business in any manner j coini.‘C'«‘d with tlia prof* <‘i»n. M liey lo Luaii ,u -m ill sums ou good security. Jau 7 17-ly j J A lIi:S K. lIU MPII KEY, A TTu It ,*V E Y .1 T l. A IY , Office o%*er Irw.tu-’s *!or«.*, St. Anthony street, Saint Paul. ( J. TRAVIS RnS'ER. M. L. OLDS j ROSSER & OLDS. j Attorneys and coinskllors at law. of-1 ti> e in in - s «!••».vr>'» room iu the capibn, at St. ‘ Paul, Minnesota Terr t >i>. 4U-Iy ! W. r. MUBSAY, ATTORN El ,1 N U CUl’XafcUlU AT LAW, ’ Sr. Pa»;l, Sunn. Ti ku. WILI. attend ptotup iy ani diligently to ail business mu. Sled i«. Li.il. liaiilia made' himself acquaint- j ed with and Ml nation oi the surveyed lands in the tem.oi} , i.e i»pr<-pa.c«i to loe.de land warrants to the best w. ;u:ag* . P r-.-u* at a distance may *ei»ti j taair wanaut» Ucie tii*l their interests wul be atietideU I lo a> it they were \ c.-ent. Office uu Third srect. • September 17. 1 >AI. 1 McCarty Sc biutin, j Aftoriu i/s nuil Cuitnstliurs at Law. Office Corurr of St. Amliony anil Market streets. | William it. -HC Cany. Solar j Public. V U lii.ua, 5. LU.liul ai. E. AMES- ISAAC VA.N UU.I AMES & VAN ETTEN, Attorneys and LuimscLois at Law, and SsuLc- i itors in Ciiaucery. Office cornerTlilrii and Mlnnetota streets, St. Paul, M.T : _»-Sy j D. COOPER, Attorney at La w , RESLMLS ill*- practice «a hi* profession, an l will at tend to ad business cutrueted to him iu the courts llie Territory. tJT Ufttce m the Rice Ilouse. May 2S, ISSJ —37y MERRITT ALLEN, AttMway and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Third Street, St. Pa h, Minnesota Territory* Allen Fiersc, Attorney at Ja/w and General Land Agent, . HAVIN'# b-en Begister of the Land Office under the • late administration, he 1* able to >el«*ci the best »a id ! tu the Territory ruijccito entry, and will warrant the' regularity of all locauoii* made l»y him. I Office on Cedar street, next door to the Episcopal Church, St. Paul, M. T. JUlie 25,1851- 2-411 f Emmett Sc Moss, Attornrva and Solicitors. WILL attend to professional business % V iu th * various Courts <>t tlie Territory. Particu ar attention given t*» tli*- location of Land Warrant#, buying and aellng *.| uvda, fc.*. Land warrants for *ale for cash or on tnn«*. Office oti the corner of Wabashaw and Third strecis, 2>t. l’aui Minnesota. L. EMMETT, July 1. 1552. HENRY L. MOSS. WiLBUn M. HAYWARD, All.rnr, mill rounsrllor al Lnw. OJicc at the Banking House of H’m. Brewster Co., tT. 1 ALL, MINNESOTA. RETEBLNCI S : Kx-l’r. -lilenl rilimore, Bmraln, X.T.. H 18. Hiram K. J. rui it. H . r. X. V.; Hon. A.ruii Guudrlcli, SI. l’aui; Win. llrsn.tiT A. Co., St. Paul. July 1, lsol. ST. P.ICL I.YTELLIGE.YCK OFFICE. Third St., opposite Lue.'s. over the B-.ston Shoe Store or I v.-rj ,1. rM .•», Loth mil*- nn.l female for cliy or connfry, run to* itMuiuol hi ihi. ortire. Mervlmu.. II .tel K n»7- Farmer- awl other- lu »»m ol Clerk, or Luhortnir M n, will he suppiied free of eharse ty calhuk or salei:na their order.. C».>k« end aenent pl-l. wil’ be »ent to aur fart of the eouutrv, tf the ■ er»on- want.tic them will rend the office lee oi $: to sl, efli money tofiayitlrU’ fare, .latino what they want, wago*. kc . tic pentai«*» m waut of employment can ob:am place# free of eharye. Young men, (with or without capital.) in want of bn*iin*>-. can t*e ace »mm slated by cnlitng **r writing to inir office. Ail « on ihiv subject (®niplovuieut)mu t be po#t pai l wall .*>l euciotvd. Farm*, honae*, tavern s and*, sloree, rented, bought, out I mod vXA'iiaiigvu. Addr.— Lciicr* to JOHNSTON k CO., Saint Paul Intelligence Office, Pott Office Box 41*2. St P*ul, Juu • 3, 1854. i:fcT3m Fern Leaves, SECOND aerie*, and a uew >ui ply r*f fir*t aerita, received by Expr >*, and for *ai«* !>v K. HOWITZ fc CO., At the PbKU'-r Bookaton-, oppuaitc the P .n-oih* e. D. Pearce, Wholesale and ltetail Dialer in Hats S( Cups of rverv deecription, 360. 120, Main street, »t. Loaii. Mo. £3* ord-r* from traders respectfully #oli- Clteu and promptly attended u*. Established iu 1831. KORTn-WKSTKKX EXPRESS C t> M P A X T connecting with the American Express company, TO ALL THE PRIM' IPAL POINTS 1M THE UNITED kIATLk. CANADA AND EUROPE. THE cheapest aud sait*#t way of tran*p<*rting light and valuable Goods —Specie and Bank Motet. Paticnlar aitentioi paid lo the collection «*f Note*, M:ns. Drafts and Accounts. Purchase and Sale of Mer chandize. Lott Jrexght and baggage looked up and delivered te *wip*r*, etc., * fc. Massingers Seini-Wes-kIT. J.C. BURBANK it CO., Proprlttors. Bt. Paul, May *2», 1854. dtf kJ YFk bush» Uoatfe ju&t received | er War Eagle, JMVfW and for file by J. E. IRVikb k CO. »t, Paul, June 26,1364. |t. Croix 'Susiiirss Curbs. GoW T. Cnrtlt. r. B. Gtldiekn. CURTIS & GILFILEAN. Attorneys 8f Counsellors at Law , ’W—<Hr STILI.TTATKK, M. T. LEVI E. THOMPSON. TIIEO. E. PAItKEK. THOMPSON & PARKF.R, Attorneys &; Counsellors at La tr, * Iff Stillwater, Minnesota Territory. A. VAN VORHES, ! A TTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT j A Law and Solicitor In Chancery, will attend to all | professional busln-s* iuirusted to his care, in the different , I court* of the Territory. [Stillwater, 1852. j W H Setntues S J R McMillan II M LewU semmes, McMillan & lewis, Attorneys at Latv and Solicitors'in Chancery . , Offices at Stillwater, Minnesota Territory and Uudaon, i St. Croix County, Wisconsin. >64—2ltf j SHORT, PROCTOrT& Co. (Successors to Churchill 4" Melton.) HAY E oil hand a general assortment, of Dry <i*H»ds, Crockery, Hardware and Groceries, . which th»*y offer for sale on as good terms as any estab 'l'hiueut in the Territory. They are also prepare,! u» store, or sell on commission, merchandise of all kiinl*. Btlilwater, March 5. 1853—2 4:f CHISAGO HOUSE, FULSOM fit TI LLER, PROPRIETORS, Taylor's Falls, .Minnesota. Accommo'iatlun* for traveller* and transient guests equal to any hotel lu the Culled States.' March 4.-35 John Bradley, (’urpenter and Builder, Point Prescott and Willow River, WUconsiu. U; ill attend promptly to all business entrusted told*charge. Reference*.—^The house* lie ha* built during the pa-t 1 year iu the towns above named. 43y ~ W. 11. C. FoGoiii, Taylor’s Falls, Min Ter. in Dry Good*, Groceries, 1 * P ovision*, If ml ware. Cutlery, Crockery, Queens- . ware, Ready-Made Clothing, ILhhs and shoes, 6tc. 43y j jiiisrfllfliitoiis (Curbs. CLARK, LIBBY &. CO.,' (Late Ciirlcton, Clark 4* C 0..) JDAAibsiS Of ; SILK, AND FANCY DRY COODS, Carpets, cfee. 13‘J Broadway, between Liberty and Cedar Streets , j ’NEW YORK. Parker P. Clark, 1 ( Tra A- Lii\by, william Kino, > < D. S. Clark. D- W. W A HUES, ) ( April 22, 1854 HR EDMUND B. OTIS, iliiunirij nuil iCaansrllnc at *£ am, | j\u. I, Jjcdonshire street, Huston. Mass. Coiumiieiouc-r for Ma ne, Virginia, Ohio, Teuaei.ee, Mis- i boiiri and Mmuesota. April 15, 1554 l>3l j £>aac Atwater, A TTORNEY Si COUNSELLOR AT JL Jaw and Solicitor in Ciia.leery. Will give prompt . attention to any bu...ue a > iu.ru>.ed ii :n in the line of h;s profession, in any part of ti• • * Terri lory. Particular at- 1 rent ion paid to iocaing Land W.irrauG, Payment oi Tax >, sale o: i'ateuts w i- n i>>ued, And Real Ksla'e lu gen- J era!. Office at St. Anthony, on jlaiu street, opposite the j AJS'IJIIL W C. DL AW. Attorney ond Counsellor nt Lave, Sauk Rapid*, 1J uitn t'o. Collection* uiad.-, Laud Warraii;.* located, &c. Any ; bu> ik*s entrusted lo hint will be promptly attended to. i Jane 2'., I sol* MINNESOTA DRUG STORE.! i j I*. SWEET, Saint Anthony Falls, ha.-; removed j I 1 • to the pel uffi e, o:.;mstte the Fails, lu Stevens’ ] Block. Every thing in ••ur line constantly on hand. Or* , der* from uppe coi utry promptly tilled. St. Anthony, August 20, lss3—4*Jtf ' ""JEFFREY T. ADAMS, M. D., PJI Ya 1C J.I.Y A.YD S L’JIG E U.Y. Offiv coriicr . f Mam and Front streets, Mankato Oty, Ml—Bint* Tvrrlit ry. _•**/_ G. Addison Brown, g'l EXERAL INSI’RANCE AGENT aud Dealer in Ke | MJT ai Estate, Eureku, Miuiu-sota. 17-ly j. McMahon Holland, Attorney at Laic and JK m otary Public, Shnkapee. Scott County, M. T. , August 13, 1603 —46y : Mendota i ouse, ! . Mendota, .Minnesota Territory . I WOULD respectfully Inform the public that I have taken the Farrlbault House, .u the town of Mendota, i and am prepared to AC'Vinmodaic boarders, permanent or i iran-ieiit. I The house U newly fitted up, i> commodious an I pleas- ! , antly located, ami no pain* will be spared to make it one of the nio*t Coiiii.m table in the West. July -23, 1653—45 u JAMES BRUCE. lied Wing House, BY ANDItLS DURAND, Red Wing, Minnesota. HAT Boarders by the day or week entertained wiili the best fare the Minnesota market affords, and furnished with pleasant and comfortable rooms. Abundance of game an l excellent Trout fishing in the immediate vicin ity, with scenery unsurpassed ill any part or the upper , Mississippi region. [July 16. 44tf THE WASSON HOUSE. By DAVIS fc WHITCHKK, Sbakopee. Ihi* new and coinuioUiot.* II- tel iia> been recently furnished | i at great ••xpeiise, aud i* now ready to receive the travel- j i mg public. The proprietor# are experienced hands at the business, aud will spare ticiihet time nor money p, | order to r* nd< r the *»»|ourn of gae*u agre. al ie. Their ‘able is supplied with every luxury the market af- ! ford*. Their stable is commodious and their servant* at- ; teutivc and polin*. l'U u'ure Bar. ie* in quest of game cannot do better th in to visit ShaJiopee. Oar lakes abound with fish and our prairie* are covered witii giouse. bhakopce, April 26, 1854- 33-tf 1 Just Received ! THE largest assortment of Clocks ever imported to this territory } —consisting oi the choicest ! k.nds, from the most celebrated makers. fit ! charge to see th» m. iL-jVlid | Also, a beautiful lot iff Hunting aud Plain Lever aud wan.lies. WM. TLLTNGWORTn, Corner of Jackson and Fifth streets . St. Paul, May 30, I*>s4. dtf c. f.lbuck, Attorney at Law, Ml'ilienwah, yillHHin- G i.. .Minn -.Hu T.'rrli .ry. ! J, C. SOIU'ON, A. M., M. IC, Physician nntl Sar;f»n, Xtnnruw.h, Vitlntore, Cc., Office »t the Wtlktn Ileti.e. THOMPSON 8l HAYNER Attorneys at Law, No. IS Xs-san street, Xew Y< rk City. I Aviihtw TnoMptos, llenrv Z. Davvem. £T.U IHIKHIE COfIPASI, IIAK 11- UKL>, t'OA.N. CASH CAPITAL $300,000. CHARTERED 1819. pollcte* on Fire and luiaud lti#ks l*3»ed on favorable term*. L«#aes equitably auijusted and promptly paid In ca#b. HENRY A SWIFT, Agent. At the Rice Houae. June 29, 1854 ly J.W. SIMPSON JAS.LAWTHER. JOHN T. BRADFORD S. V< Slnpraa X Co., Wholesalt Grocers, Produce, Forwarding and Com mueion Merchants, lOWEK LEVEE, *T. PAUL, MIKKEtOTA. AdvanoM m*de on Contlyn.senu. St. Tint, Jon* 2*d, 18*4. dtf SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1854. I LAND AGENTS. A. VANCE BROWN, DLA LL R IN REAL ESTATE. AX OFFICE 1a opened for the sale and purchase of R»-aI Estate on St. Anthonv at reef, near Keiloeg fc Kinney'a *t.r»*. a very large quantity of property i# of fered at great bargains both In St. Paul aud the surround in* Country. 33-tf Great Bargains for the cash ! ON SALE BY THE SUBSCRIBER. *>#### KKKr fronting on St. Antlmny *tre, t au.J •A./Vr the river, a nust inve-ttn.-ut fur capita.i-t*. Also, Severn. Ulost excellent busilles. lola ii'-ar the U'ln.iutv llutiae, auu eleven Uo'ai farms near Si. F.int. _ap iJ A. VAXCt; UKOtr.N. JAMES A. CASE, CIVIL EXGIXECIt, SURVEYOR, \C., HAS supp.led hlinsoli with instrument* for making #urv»y* of every description. All surveying com mitted to his care will be executed accurately, aud at rea souable ch irge*. County Surveyors Office, Corner 3d and Cedar street*. April 22, 1654 1y32 Henry NlcKenty, Donlor in rioal Estate, Office, old Post Office Building, Third hit, Saint Paul. IT ANI) thought and sold throughout the T*»rtltorv; in mA v«i ments made to the. best und L*md j Wuri ams located. REFERENCES. Xtw York—Gllb -rt Davi-t, k*u; Daniel CurtL, I>q; Cap; A l)eivy.-ter, Messrs Sam.tel Thompson fc Nephew, and Messrs Williams fc Union. Pill la DELPHI A—Joseph Patterson, Es \, Prc’st Wes tern l ank ; Messrs Drexel 4‘ Co, Bankers; R Taylor fc Co, Bingham fc Dock, Freed, Wanifc Freetl, 51ter>, jam**, , fc Co. Baity fc t o} Edward Hurst, Esq, Notary Public; II Messchert. Ati’y at Law ; James Kitchen, M i). and Wm ' Stoever, Ksq. Minnesota—Gov W A Gorman. n-»n W II Welch. Ch Justice or M .nn -sotu; lion II M Rice, Delegate to Con gress; Itlc-, liollitishead fc Becker, Ally’s at Law ; Messrs Borup fc i)ake>, Hankers ; J Travis llosscr. K>q, Secretary Of the Territory; Amesfc Van Ktteii, Atty’s at latw ; Rev T M Fullerton, Register U S Land office; Wm Holcombe, K#q, Receiver C S Land Office ; l)r T T Maim. ‘27y To Capitalists, Farmers and Emigrants# rpilK undersigned has always on hand lor cash or on K tim«’, from TKNTOTWEXTYTII OU3AXD A C It K S ! of rural land. improve«l or unimproved, including farms of different size*, ami degree* of improvements at prices corresponding w ith these. A!***—property tu St. Paul and suburbs, and in Mankato city, St. Anthony, Shukupee, Lebuer, Trnvtr.sc de* Sioux and Knreka. lie can at all times accommodate, mi the easiest terms J any one who really wishes to purchase. HENRY McKKXTY, Dealer In R«‘al Kstub*. 6t. Paul, Minn. Ter. 4»ffic- —ihe old l»o>t Office builaiug, Tnird street. \ Sf. Paul, Fcl). 16, 1651. 2Jtf. j TIVJZJS TV-FIVE FARMS FOR SALE. To Practical Farmers • r Minis nor Ire j.- t . real Fanm-rs. n«.t to speculators who JL >reteod b* be tuna rs. praciiw.it tanner#. 1 wish to sav that I have on hand now ;\v«- i-.-qvo f tr:us *«.r sale, (and always have from t« n to tweii.y fivt; which rouge troiu two to uu miles tr. .n bt Tu, Fr is a n f>.de:x>: in the territory, and from per .* ii.il inopeclion or a l ih . .and* near Uie city, l am eua -1 therefore invite a.i wishing to cultivate the M/ farms iiave vu mus degre *s of Improvement, and 1 liau.LT iii>»el: that 1 can please uii. Terms made to -uii pu * iiaser-. • HEN it YAi iwE.NTY, D-aler in Real Estate, j Office—Old Post oilice lluu ling, 3d street. June 30, ISivl. I Forty-eight Splendid _ols, CfOMI'RI.SIXIi two an.i .v h.v;i a r-i .-arli and >itualcd 1 l near M. Paul. Capitalists, >traug«Ts •• r -itlzens : wishing to purchase desirable prop -rty i«>r cctu;-* rest- ' deuces. Villas or summ r houses are invited all aud take one look at the locality. The soil is ot the first quality and perfectly adapted for ; gardening or the culture of the grape. ilEN'ltY McKENTY, Dealer In Real Estate. 8U FmH, Pec. >4, 1863. 15-iy Kankato City, Minnesota Situated on the Great Southern Bend of the Minneso - ! tc or St. Peters Inver. ,4 L ds in M nkato City. Bltn Earth county, ' ‘-m: 4 Minnesota, for sale tor Cash nr on time* IIENRY Mt KLNTY, Dealer In Real Estate. St Paul, Jan 2*, ?54—20if Land Warrants Wanted. 40, 90 and 160 acre Laud Warrant* Wauled. HENRY McKENTY*, Dealer lu Real Estate. St Paul, Jan 28, ’54 Ho! Wash-ta. 9 a fact, the B’hoys up country, my Eureka City .HL Is the best point on the Minnesota River; that the Railroad they are going to build leading from Dubuque, lowa, to St. Paul. Minnesota, wil’ cross Ihe Minnesota ri ver right at Eur -ka ; that we have the best Agricultural country surrounding Eureka there 1* In the Territory.— Now, if you don’t believe i» Just come up and see for y< urs If, and 1 will give you e-.ery alternate lot of 309 valuable town l#ts by your purchasing another, and im proving It lu sisuh a way that it will be creditable to the town. G. ADDISON BROWN, Eureka City, Dec. 27, 1653. IG-ly Hennepin County Lnnd Agency. BOUGHT AND SOLD—Parm<, Tom Lots and Real Estate, of all description*, at the Sheriff'*# Office, In Minneappolis ISAAC BROWN March *26, 1654 28 Lot, at Traverse de Sioux, g COMPRISING every eligible variety of situation, will be sold by Ihe subscriber at very low prices. An ul timate title in fee simple will be guaranteed to the pur chaser. J. A. WIIEELOCK, At Park*t ? # Banking and Exchange Office. Jan 21, ’s4—lytf 400 Acres Good Farming Land for Sale. ALL iyiny in one body, on which there 1* 3') acr-s of fine building Tamarac, forty acres fenced and ten acres broke. A tine spring near the door of tire house, (which i> a cotnioriable log,) and adjoining which there i*a line body of logs, and with a small expenditure, can be made a !argt*. comfortable and convenient house. The land i* good, well watered and timber plenty, which will b : sold ch‘*ap if applied lor Soon. For further parlieu-j lar#apply to X. E. TYSON fc CO., April 29. 1554 tf33 Roberts street. Valuable Ground Rents to Lease. JE. FULLERTON will lea>e for a term of years • some of the most valuable business lots in St Paul. Lot* for Warehouses at the Lower Landing; Valuable lot on Third street n. ar hi* own -tore; Lots on Fourth street for shops or dwellings; Lots on Bench street; Also, 160 acres of unimproved land, a f*w ini!''s from St Paul will be leased with specified priv.lcgcs, the rent to be paid in Improvements. 27tf A UTOBIOGRAPH Y OF AX ACTRESS, by Mrs. Mow .ll, iur ealu by K. llO'.\ 11 Z it CO. India Rubber Machine Belting IS proved by tlie experien- e of machinists for fhe last eight years, to be superior to all other kinds, for the j following reasons, viz: 1. perfect ♦•(pialltv of width and thh'knes*. ‘2. Not affected i#y cold, or heat under 300°. 3. Great *tr- ngdi aud durability. Not liable to slip, and ’ when adjusted to machinery, require* no alteration a# : other belts do. 4. Mu. h le-s ro-t of wide belting than leather. The un«l<-r*igiied are agents f.»r the manniacturers, and ( will he constantly supplied wtih Bfltimo ond Steam ; Packing. MARSHALL & CO. St. Paul, June 29, 1651. 2wd2mw \ Reaping and Mowing Machines. MARSHALL fc CO. are agents f r MANNY’S PA-| tTB. !T\T,wh!cL to* k the premium In the United States ! over M’Cunai'.K’v, (;b.e world’* ta : r premium machine.) Early orders solicited, or ell appl.cauts may not be supplied. St. I a il, Jqne *29, 2wd*2mw OLIVER S LOCKF R OMSLY SWEENY LOCKE Sr SIVEEJVY. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots. Shoes, Hats. Caps and Goods, next to Whitney's Dag uerrian Gallery, Third street , above Cedar , RT PAUL, MINNESOTA | July I, ISM _ SEASONED LUMBER. Iw ish to close out the Lumber in my Yard, which I thoroughly dry, and will be sold at the price of green j alw>. a large lot of dry Flooring, J. W. BASS. ' Desirable Investment on the Minnesota Riser. TO a person who can command S7OOO in ra*b, we can ofl**r a mod desirable investment in Real and Per i sonal Property on the Minnesota River, from which One Hundred per cent, profit can be reaiued. For particulars, apply to . . I RICK, HOLLINSHKAD It KECICKR. fit. Paul, May 24,18 - drf Office—Third Street, below Cedar. j TUESDAY MORN’IN'G, JULY 11. 1801. The (treat Went. In a letter from Chicago, published in the Xew York Tribune, lion. Horace Greeley. ' speaks as follows of the growing West and its stirring inhabitants:—“The West, vigorous and healthy, from day to day rises to might and power. She is as yet a hard-working la borer. but a higher culture ot mind will dawn , upon her. As I said above, freedom and labor are the sole creators and legislators in these , latitudes, they are the divine light and the all j inspiring life. Under their influence. States | grow more in a day than anywhere in the past many centuries. No haughty conquerors found them, no special heroes or great men legislate ! for them. All is done by peaceful, industrious intellects and hands. Such men choose and ] trace out the spots for settlements and cities. ' Not as of old, for castles, strongholds, fastnes SC9, w here to hide the spoils of rapine, but these modern originators of society select positions : the best adapted to become industrial audeom- I mercial centers. Such men, whose names will never resound in records and annals to terrify school-boys—such men have more real claims to the gratitude of their brethren than the num berless heroes preserved by history. Where a ; few years ago stood Indian wigwams, they have firmly implanted the beacon of civilization, and in a few years its wonders astonish one even well acquainted with the workings of modern society elsewhere. Unknown to their own country, even to their own generation, such men might victoriously contest the crown of real citizenship and greatness with those who for scores of centuries have shone in the world's history. Only yesterday they expelled by treaty the great wandering tribes of the Indi ans, to make room lor a steady and luminous Christian civilization. Already a higher life i teems in this tirmly established society, and J they enjoy the ripe fruits of their labor. Such men, if they have laboriously aud ingeniously made fortunes, have ai.-o largely contributed lo secure fortuues to thousands of others, and this without conquest, bloodshed or spoliation. How i many are the names of the founders of ancient : and of European societies or empires, whoever j succeeded iu a similar manner?" The GaDsoex TnE.nr.—The following are the leading points in the new treaty with Mex ico, for the carrying into ellect of which an ap propriation of 010.000.0dd has just been voted by both Houses of Congress : i-t. Mexico cedes to the United States a strip of territory, known as the Mrsilla Valley, which is supposed to be rich in precious miucrals. and possessing a fertile soil. 2d. The United States Government is releas ed ti-om the duty enjoined upon it by the Gua dalotipc Hidalgo treaty, of protecting the Mex ican frontier against the Apache, Cauunauctie, ami other Indians. od. Gives the United States the privilege of transporting mails and the property of the L uited States across the Isthmus of Tehuante pec. free ol imposts. It also provides that no higher charge shall be made upon the transit ol citizens ol the United States and their pro perty than upon the persons and property of other nations. I’assports are not required of passengers. 4tit. The free navigation of the California Gulf is accorded to vessels of the United States. This clause not only opens Mazatlan and Sono ra to the traffic of our people, hut admits them to the pearl fisheries for which that gulf has been celebrated. Kansas and Nebraska.— The greatest excite ment pretails in the up country, ou the subject ot the new territories. Kansas is more spe cially agitating the public mind. The citizens of the border counties in this State have held meetings, and resolved to stand by and protect each other in their claims of iand'aud their ne gro property. Strong resolutions were passed, and an apparent determination to sustain them at all hazards. I’rivate letters state that at about ten thou sand people are on the move. Five hundred crossed over at Weston, last Saturday, and about the same number on .Sunday, while the roads are filled w ith people all bound for the new Territories. A determined effort is to be made to introduce slavery into Kansas, while there is a general disposition to let Nebraska be free. The Indians are very much dissatisfied at the influx of the w hites, and we learn three white men had been killed. A meeting was held not lar from Fort Leavenworth, lat .Satur day. w hich was thoroughly slavery iu its tone. Yankees and abolitionists were denounced, aud the writer thought it a poor place for either. Much excitement, violence and bloodshed is anticipated. But this is always the case in the settlement of new countries. I’resent appear ances are in favor of Kansas becoming a slave territory, which will certainly be a great bene fit to the slave interests of our State. It is ru mored that the government reserves a mile square at Fort Leavenworth.— Glasgow Times. Elegant Extract from Chaxnino. —The grandeur of man’s nature turns to insignificance all outward distinctions. His powers of intel lect, of conscience, of love, of knowing God. of perceiving the beautiful, of acting on his own mind, on outward nature, and ou his fellow crea turcs —these are glorious prerogatives. Through the vulgar error ol undervaluing what is common, we are apt, indeed, to pass these by as of but little worth. But as in the out ward creation, so in the soul, the common is the most precious. Science and art may in vent splendid modes of illuminating the apart ments af the opulent; but these are all poor and worthless compared with the common light which the sun seudi into our windows, which he pours freely, impartially, over hill and val ley, which kindles daily the eastern and west ern sky ; and so the common lights of reason, and conscience, and love, are of more worth and dignity than the rare endowments which give celebrity to a few. M’itiioct a Parallel. — The amount invosted in school houses in Boston is $1,500,000. The yearly appropriations for education art sl,- 200.000, while the amount raised for all other city expenses is ouly $870,000. The amount expended fur instruction in the Common Schools of Massachusetts last year, was $4 60 for each child between five and fifteen years of age in the State. This is unquestionably the best commentary ever afforded upon Boston influ ence. If there be any city oat of Massachusetts which touches the outer edge of the shadow of an approach to it, we know not the place. XW The direct taxes in Austria are about to Be raised 25 per cent. j Mn. Nichoi.’h Oration.—The Oration dcliv-! , ered by Rev. H. M. Nichols, at the celebration ( of the 4tb in Stillwater, will appear in our col umns tomorrow. Flour is selling in Portland, Maine, for SlO and Sl2 per barrel. Green Bat a\o Minnesota Railroad. —By the kind attentions of A. Vance, Brown Esq., we have received, in pamphlet form, the “pro ceedings of a meeting, held in Toronto, Canada. June G, 1854, for the purpose of promoting the construction of a railway from Green Bav, Wisconsin, to St. Paul, in Minnesota, with a report of a Committee then adopted.” We shall publish the report entire in a day or two, to gether with some additional interesting facts connected with this great enterprise. As we suggested not long since, this is one of the railroad propositions that lives and breathes. fESr Those who belong to the unfortunate class of “can't get a ways,” and wish to have a full view of the Crystal Palace as it is, can be accomodated by stepping into Whitney’s Da guerrean Gallery. It will be seen that Tyson A Co. ac quaint the public with the new stock they have on sale, this morning. They have everything that can be found in the St. Louis and Eastern markets, aud at about the same rates, transpor tation added. The probability now is, that the Rail road will be immediately located between the lowa line and Lake Superior, by way of St. Paul, and that the w hole lute will be ready to commence grading in a very few mouths. J?7S~Mr. Freeborn, who is just up from his home at Red Wing, informs us that at least 40 families have made permanent settlements in Goodhue county within the past week. f?'Y~ The Trustees of Ilamline University met yesterday and made a selection for the lo cation of the institution. Red Wing will be the site, and a committee of the trustees will visit that village immediately to choose the proper grounds for the use of the University. p2r Col. Robertson and Secretary Rosser left yesterday by the Galena—the former, with his family, for his new home at the head of the Great Lake, and the latter upon a visit to Washington and “old Virginia.” Yesterat, Five P. M.—The Admiral has been on the bar near Kaposia for ten or twelve hours, and is still puffing and steaming away like Vesuvius—trying to get off. The “Fa of Waters” gets many unfratcrnal impreca tions from those unfeeling children of his who subsist here upon his shores, and the Iron Horse is looked to as our great deliverer. May noth ing impede bin speedy progress ! psP : he lands uortli of St. Paul arc being en tered and settled with great rapidity. That road from White Bear Lake to Taylor's Falls and Pokcgama must be opened before winter, else St. Paul will lose thousands and thousands of dollars. Tlie Ramsey county jail is an honor to the present Board ofcounty Commissioners. It 's’nt anything else. Resurrection. —The Detroit Tribune learns that a lady residing in Windsor died lately ; a coffin and shroud were procured, and the body was prepared for interment. The arrange ments for the funeral were completed, and as the undertaker w as placing the body in the cof fin, she revived, nud now* shows evident symp toms of convalescence. frS~ Thompson’s Reporter says, there were more orders received by the Atlantic for Ame rican securities than by any preceding steamer for some months. Nearly all the foreign houses doing that kind of business had orders ol more or less importance. The steamer also brought out considerable parcels of Government stocks for redemption—in many cases the proceeds to be re-invested. Another Maine Man Missing. —Charles Mar tin, about liftv-four years of age, belonging to Waterville, Maine, left that place on the 23d ult., for Boston, and ha 6 not since been heard from by his friends. The Eastern Shore of Maryland lias within a few years past exhibited a remarka ble degree of improvement. Land has increas ed largely in value, and the towns and villages are rapidly growing. Crime and Suicide. —William Pierce, of Al bany county, R. 1., committed suicide lately A paper was found stating that he lmd fired his own clothing works, and remorse for the crime hud driven him to commit suicide. Terrible Accident.—A despatch from Buffa lo says :—"A terrible accident occurred this moruing at Niagara Falls. A little girl, five years old, who was playing on the top of the precipice, known as the “ Devil's Hole,” ap proached too near and overbalanced. For an instant she clung to the bushes, but losing her hold before assistance could reach her, fell into the gulf a distance of 150 feet. She still sur vives, bat her recovery is impossible.” Tue Worth of a Goon Companion. —Old Isaac Walton says:—“ A companion that is cheerful, and Iree from swearing and scurrilous discourse is worth gold. I love such mirth as docs not make friends ashamed to look upon one ano ther the next morning; nor men that cannot well hear it. to repent the money they spend when they are warmed with drink. And take this fora rule : you may pick out such times and such companions that you may make your selves merrier for a little, than a great deal of money, for ‘ : tis the company and not the charge that makes the feast.’ ” Singular Fatality. —More than thirty death* have occurred in the city of Mobile, lately, most of which were fro®* the effect! of auu and heat. The Coroner ha* been so bn*y that he baa b*en unabl* to record then in the book h* ke«p* for the purpose. I Crime—the Bible.—A Mr. Spencer, of Eng | land, publishes in the Liverpool Courier, a cal culation, based on "information derived front the most authentic sources,"iri which he shows that crimes against life those coau j tries where no Bible circulates among tiic peo i pie. It would seem as though tiiis was too plain a case to need a labored effort to detnon j strate it. The following arc the results of Mr. j Spencer's statistical investigation: Dividing | the population bv the number of murders nu • nually. there w ill be in England, 4 murders to every million of inhabitants ; Belgium. 18 ; Ireland, 19 ; Sardinia, 20 ; Bavaria, 30 ; France, 31 ; Austria. 3G : Tuscany, 42; Lombardy, 45 ; Sicily, 90; Papal States, 100 ; Naples, 200. ,s!®' Some fiend in human shape recently placed twin babies. About a week old, on the track of the railroad from Chicago to Rock Is land. They were discovered by the engineer of a train w hich was stopped just in time to re frain from running over them. The conductor took possession of the babes, and intends to rear them. JSF- Ethan Spike writes to the Portland Transcript that the citizens of Iloruby, Me., are all by the cars about niggers. Of some of them he says To hear the critters haowl abaout slavery, you’d spose that they war borne aber litionists. with Garrison, Elder Latnson and the aingel Gabril for fathers, and Xubby Folsom for their mother.” jThe Lake Superior Journal learns that the steamer Northener, now running between the Saut and Cleveland, will, in a very short time, be taken across the portage to pun upon Lake Superior. The business of Lake Superior has very rapidly increased, and it is doubtful w hether this addition to its marine will meet its entire wants. Pork Falling. —A large hog pen attached to Paine’s distillery, at Parkersburg, Ya., sudden ly gave way on Wednesday of last we k. and precipitated five hundred large fit hogs into the Little Kanawha river, a distance of sixty feet. Thirty were killed outright a: d many others severely injured. j££T*There are Cl 9 convicts in the Ohio Te: - itentiary, the largest number ever confined in the institution, "and the cry is still they come.” Strawberries.— lt is estimated that 400.000 baskets of this delicious fruit are daily taken to the New York maiket. jSSJ* Losslng says: “The most agreeable of all companions is n simple frank man, with out any high pretensions to an oppressive great ness—one who loves life, aud understands the use of it; obliging alike at nil hours ; above ail of a golden temper, and steadfast as an anchor. For such a one we would gladly exchange the greatest genius, the moat brilliant wit, the pro foundest thinker.” Mr. Frederick Kcmball, from Harrison county Ohio, went to Steubenville on Wednes day last, by railroad, w ith his wife and nine teen children —twenty- one in all. It is said that he owns enough land in that State to give each of his family a quarter section. There are tw o hundred and seventy one prisoners in the Indiana State Prison. fJS* The Russian war draws heavily upon this country as well as upon England, for spe cie. All the papers of Philadelphia are con gratulating the citizens on the quiet Sunday the inhabitants of the consotodated city have enjoyed under the first week of Mayor Conrad's administration. He shut up all the liquor shops, and quiet was the natural consequence. JJS27-“Gentlemen never swear.” So said Washington, who, we believe, never allowed profane swearing in his presence or iu hi-hear ing while in command of the army of the Rev olution. Sheep Raising in Illnois. —A single family in Sangamon eounty. says the Itegi-ter. have 1,700 sheep, all of good blood. The yield of wool is larger than the finest in Ohio. It is a fact that there is no better country ou earth for wool-growing than Illinois. Every farmerw bo has tried the business has amassed a fortune at it. The expensis are less, and the profits three times larger, than in ar.y other State in the Uuiun. —Alton Tel. The Sandwich Islands had better reciprocate favors received and send missionaries lo the L’nited Stales. On the Island ofMolakai. w ith a native population 0f35G5, only two persons, one native and one foreigner, are reported as having been intoxicated during the year 1863. —Boston Post. Illinois Central Railroad. The Alton Courier learns from Clias. Floyd Jones, E-q. Civil Engineer, having in charge one of the grand divisions of the above road, that tiic work is progressing with all practicable dis patch, throughout the entire line. The Chica go branch is complete as far as Urbnna. Cham paign county. On the main trunk the track i* now laid from Dixon, Lee county southwardly, as far as Mowcrqua, Shelby county, fifteen miles below Decatur, with the exception oi a short distance ou either side of Salt Creek, which stream yet remains to be bridged. This leaves a gap of forty five miles North of Van dalia to be closed up. From Cairo northward, the track is laid to a point within about twenty-five miles of the junction of the Chicago branch, or fifty five mile* south from Vandal ia—making one hun dred miles yet to be laid to form a connection the entire distance from Dixon to Cairo. At the rate of ten miles per month on each end, this will require five months for completion, and it is believed that this portion of the road will certainly be in running order by the first of January next at farthest A brother of Grace Greenwood, Mr. Clark. 1* the Whig candidate for Congress in the Keo kuk district, lowa. MrcBTOAS Central Road.—The present effi cient board of management on this rood be* best! re-elected for tbe ensuing rear. EDITOR* A.YI> PUBLISHERS. J The Late Kail Hoad Tragedy.-—Below wo i give some further particulars of the dreadful | accident on the Susquehanna Rail Rroad, which occui red near Baltimore on the afternoon of j the sth imt. It is stated that when the rumor of the accident first reached Baltimore, thou*. . ands congregated at the depot to hear tbere | suit, and a= the particulars came in, the most dreadful shrieks aud cries rent the air from | .'un iting relations and friends. Among the killed and wounded are recog nised : Henry Reynolds, Henry Clay Jefferson, Ronj. Merriman. Baggage Master, W. M. Scott, Mrs. Robinson, a boy named Suinuer, Martin, Boyd, and a colored man name unknown, also n young man named (Jutland. Besides there ate twelve dead bodies which are not recog nised. Among the wounded are some so se verely injured that their recovery is very doubtful. There are some who died during the night alter being carried Ironi the scene. John Scott, the conductor died this morning. The following have also died : ° Miss Cochrane of Washington ; Julius Coar se 1, Charles Boyd. James Boyd, Richard Me Ccrime. Jarvis Ray, H. McGrande. Henry Rhodes. 1 red. McDowns, George Pringle, Jo seph Ringer, Put Gnmmcrman and Mrs. Goegg. '1 liei e are iu addition u uuml>cr of others un known. The bodies ol the dead are crushed in an aw ful manner. It is reported that Madison Jefferson has died ofliis injuries. Neatly all of the passengers killed and wounded belonged to this city. r i wenty-lour dead bodie:’. were brought in (runt the scene at midnight, tin inquest has been held ov.-r the victims. No verdict has yet been rendered. Il is now feared that the number of deaths will reach forty, as many of the wounded arc lying iu mo.-t dieadful ago u:es, mid cannot possibly survive much long er. Tlie Railroad Company are loudly censured and the most intense excitement prevails thro’- out lue cilv. Rw.TtMorn, July 5. STILL LITER. Mr. Jefler is still living, but he will probably exp.re before evening, lie was niuuh esteem ■J. Feveial additional deaths occurred this morning, and a uumb"r of oilier.-, wounded have been brought to the e ty. They are mostly of tlie poorer classes ot ••eiety. and the scene ou their arrival was le-ait rti.ding. Covcord, July 5. At 11 o clock ye 1 crony t v ■ tle rmoiueter w as 98 in tin* shade, ut.d ut J o Jj'Ock luo. Ihe House met pro f mi:, and adjourned. The Money M.\r“::r. Thompson's Bank Note and Common- el I? •porter of July 1. in noting the money mnrke' says: Tin* Bunk Statement snows that a contrac tion is going mi iu loans and discounts, and timi the supply ot specie is likely to be maiu t oned. Tin re Ims been some apprehension that w e should lose so m: ch specie as to create a panic, but we can see no grounds for such fears. Ihe Bank? are moving cautiously, and their strength is likely to be increased by dis bursements from the Sub-Treasury. Demand loans are modi rati ly easy at 7 per cent—first class paper sells at 12 to 15. Cur rency comes in for redemption pretty fast, but tlii banks generally are sound. The rates for uncut-rent money arc v ithout material altera ton. The rates of foreign exchange are lower tha n last w eek, and the sh pinents of specie likely to be diminished in consequence. Sterling Bilk are plentiful at 109 to 109 1-2 per cent. Queer Brood of Chickens. —Shephard Cary one of the threedemocraticcandidatesforGu' - ernor in Maine, in a recent speech at Bangor said : “In politics he had always been a ground tier democrat of the old school, arid was tmt aware that he had changed his opinions. But the old political parties were now entirely il.r solved, if not completely demoralized. J-m --of various kinds had drawn off a majority from both organization?. The democratic party w like an old goose, that was foolish enough t * let anybody that came along thrust any sed all kinds of eggs tinder her, and shove her o * out in the cold. Consequently, the democrv ie party had oi late hatched out all sort- of brood- —queer kind of chickens—peacock.-, ducks nud lighting cocks—some taking to t 1 water and some tor the land—and altogetl*- r too unmanageable for the old lady to take c of. lor himself, he thought it about time L . them lo separate.” New York. July 6. The Empire City arrived below yesterd. ith Havana dates to 30th. Political news unimportant. The Empire City is detained at quarantine having a case of yellow fever on hoard. The commercial circles are much excited 11 - morning by the discovery of the over issue •>! stock by the President, Mr. Schuyler, and t v transfer clerk of the New Y’ork and New lit ven Railroad. The issue amounts to sl,om'.- uuh. The fourth has passed off w ithout any notic. able event. Tbe clipper ship Trade Wind of New York came in collision off Cape Sable with ship '•- lympia for Liverpool from Boston, both slop? sinking immediately. Supposed twenty l.'<? lo.»t. Capt. Osgood" was rescued by Belgian »rig- From the Chicago Democratic Press, July 1 To the Traveling Public. \Ve. the undersigned passengers by the Mich igan Southern Railroad to Monroe, and steanu i Southern Michigan to Buffalo, take pleasure in commending this route to the favorable notice ol the Traveling Public, for the comfort, plea sure and di-patch, as well ns the kind and gen tleoanty attention of the officers in charge of the same. We also take pleasure in stating there Is am ple time given to make the connection at Buffalo with the morning trains East, haring come through from Chicago in 24 hours. We desire particularly to render our testimo ny in favor of Capt. Perkins, of the steamer Southern Michigan, and the under officers of that most excellent boat, for their kind atten tion extended to us during the trip, and com mend the route, the boat, and her officers, to travelers, as being speedy, pleasant and de lightful. W. G. Tti’.lcr, N. Y., Henry A. Cox, E. D. Wcbster.Springficld, S. C.Keeler. L. Hall. Buffalo, G. L. Butterfield. IL O. Ashly, Arkansas. C. W. Williams, E. 11. Miner, Lockport, J. K. Church, M. F. Lathrv, Lockport, J. W. Church, W. W. Woo'd, Buffalo, D. H. Roberts. L. A. Scott, Bristol, Pa., W.H. Mors,Waterford D. R. Colt. Chicago, K. Itoony, E. U. Kinny, l’a., J* J? 0 ®?- , N - T -„ „ John P. Ames. S' o'« at *° n ’ *U.\: H A Catnu. Buffalo. P. P- Morrison, N. \ . L. W. Cutter, y. Y., J.C.Britton,MilwanV. L. Stocking. J- Ke, **U st - L ®" , V r E.R. Rounds, James Wsarsr.Titey. C L. Wilson, Wm. Webstar,Troy. W. P. Clark, Monroe, Wm. Strong, Genet a Pierson Parent, N- Y., H. C. Wilson, and others. NUMBER 44 Later—lo a. m