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■ HOT,
i* a (pell of memory,
rart cheer* us to the last;
«*re ia a ipell in memory
That link* u* to the past;
It eaata around, la rad lent ray*.
The shadowing* of by-gone day**
ABd forma we aee in fancy’» ma»e»
At when wa aaw them last.
In memory are *weet flower*.
Bright star* and silver stream*:
In memory are green bower*,
000 l shade* and lovely dreams ;
And moon-light night* and moon light walks,
Moon-light meeting* and moon-light talk*.
And moon-light love* and moon-light balks,
and also moonlight theme*.
In memory are sparkling eye*.
And cheeks with roses Moom;
In memory are sarred ties
Which eud not with the tomb.
In memory sweet friends appear.
In memory are friends most dear.
In memory are friends not here—
Sleeping in silent gloom.
In memory are bitter tears
Shed for the young and fair:
In memory are hopes and fear* —
In memory despair.
In memory are loving smile*.
In memory are artful wiles,
Thought* of which even now beguiles
Our short lingering here.
In memory are happy scene*.
Which All our hearts with glee;
In memory are sorrow** sccnesj
Which bid our pleasures flee.
Thus, memory is sometimes fearful;
Thus, memory is gay and cheerful;
Thus, memory is sad and tearful;
And even bo are we.
Rightly Spoken.
The Ch&tfield Republican, heretofore a
strong Capital moving journal, speaks as fol
lows of the duty of the Legislature at the
extra session:
It will be seen by reference to another
column that an extra session of the Legisla
ture has been called, to meet at St. Paul on
tho 27th of the present month. The object
of this session, as indicated in the proclama
tion of the Governor, is to make a disposi
tion of the lands granted by Congress to this
Territory for Railroad purposes. We do not
know whether the Capital question can
properly be brought up at this session, but
presume not. We hope at any rate (alter
the chewing it got last winter) that this bone
of contention will be left untouched until a
new Legislature is chosen. Of more vital
importance now than anything else is the
disposition of the land grant, and we hope
our Legislators will bury the hatchet, smoke
the pipe of peace, and proceed at once, after
they come together, to make an equitable dis
position of this munificent behest to the Ter
ritory. By the act of Congress granting said
lands, a very important duty has devolved
upon this present Legislature, and we trust
they will not hesitate to perform it quickly
and well.
THE NEWS.
Washington, April 3.
Applicants for route agencies and small
post offices are numerous. It is determined,
however, that no removal of the present in
cumbents shall take place without sufficient
cause.
It is not true that Peter G. Washington,
ex-Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, in
tends going into the banking business with
ex-Secretary Guthrie, at Louisville.
The removal of Kennan, Consul at Hong
Ivong, is conditional. Commissioner Parker
is instructed to carry it into effect, if he shall
ascertain the truth of the charge, that Ken
nan carried the American flag at the head of
the forces in the attack upon Canton.
The Administration have had no intention
of sending a Minister Extraordinay to
China.
As reported before, ex-Bigler, of Califor
nia. was appointed to Chilli. lie was offer
ed, but refused the office of Commissioner to
China.
From the records of the Pension Bureau,
it appears that the land warrants issued
since the first law passed, will call for about
55,U00,000 of acres. The acts passed since
February 10th, 1849, have granted more
than 50,000,000 of acres.
New York, April 3,
Washington correspondents say that the
Administration has definitely refused to send
a special minister to China ; also, thad or
ders are issued for the dismissal of the Con
sul at Ilong Kong, for assisting the British
in their attack on Canton.
The Herald says that the agents of the
Spanish and Mexican Governments are pur
chasing provisions and munitions of war in
anticipation of the expected invasion of
Mexico.
New Orleans, April 3.
The schooner Joaquin from Vera Cruz has
arrived.
The Government was in such straitened
circumstances that it was obliged to sus|>end
payment at the custom houses of Vera Cruz
and the city of Mexico.
British relations continue in an unsettled
State.
The new constitution was promulgated on .
the 11th of March.
General Blancarte was a voluntary priso
ner at Guadalajara, for trial by a Court
Martial.
Minister Hacienda, late Governor of Tam
pere, is about to visit the Capital to defend
his character. ,
The mads are arriving irregularly, and
nothing had been heard, in Mexico, of the
rejection of the Fo rsyth treat}'.
Santa Anna has numerous emissaries at
Mexico.
The Nicaragua news received in this city *
gave great joy.
Washington, April 3.
The U nion publishes the correspondence *
between Lord Napier, the Earl of Clarendon, '
and Mr. Cass, relative to the rescue of a
great part of the British ship Tasso, wrecked
at Barnegat, by the crew of an Ameriran
life-boat. Mr. Fowler, the acting Vice-Con
sul at New York, has been instructed to
convey to John Jones, one of the boatmen
who perished in the rescue, a donation of
•SSO as a mark of sympathy from the British ,
Government. A subscription has also re- J
suited in the collection of a sum sufficient j
for the purchase of a small house and farm.
Mr. Fowler has also been making inquiries 1
respecting the relatives of John Parker, an
other boatman, who lost his life, and the •
rest ot the boatmen who shared in the same
danger.
Earl Clarendon instructs Lord Napier, to
express in the warmest terms the thanks of
the British Government for the timely aid
rendered, and expresses his admiration of
the courage and devotion of the American
boatmen.
Mr. Cass’ letter to Lord Napier says : It Tice Marriage Fee. —Tlie late Dr. Boyn
is always a source of gratification *to this ' ton, was once disputing with a fanner about
Government; when citizens of the United j tbe’ease with which the minister earned his
.States are instrumental in rescuing individu- 1 money.
als, especially citizens or subjects of foreign 1 “Now ” said the farmer, ‘ : wlien you are
countries, from the perils of the sea, and that , called on to marry a couple, you never ex
the manifestations of sympaty and gratitude peet a less sum than three dollars, and you
on the part of her Majesty s Government in sometimes got ten dollars—this for a few
this instance, is justly appreciated by the minutes’ service.”
President. “Pooh!” replied the doctor, ;- I would
There can be no doubt of the report re- agree to give you half my next marriage fee
ceivcd by the Texas that Canas had made i f ol a bushel of potatoes.”
overtures to General Walker, as such action “Very well ” said the farmer, “I’ll take
had before been indicated by a letter from your offer and send you tiie potatoes.”
Minister Hacinda, at Nicaragua, though the A few days afterward, the doctor was
nature of the overtures is not known. Chilli- called on to ‘splice a loving couple at Dog
son was always friendly to Walker, and only town, a place about four miles from where he
awaited a proper opportunity to take sides lived. When the ceremony was over, the
with him. The reinforcement that joined bridegroom said to the worthy minister:
Col. Lockridge consisted of two hundred and “Well, pnrsen, 1 s’pose I "must fork over
twenty Texans. something for your trouble. What say you
The above is given on the authority of ito taking one of my terrier pups ? The beet
letters received here. breed, I tell you, in the country. Shocking
Mr. Howard, the Reporter of the Supreme nice to have in the barn. Worth full five doi-
Court, has announced that a volume contain- lars. and, I s’pose a figure two would do for
ing the decision and opinions in the Dred the splice, eh ?”
Scott case, will be published in two or three j The doctor took the pup with joy. The
weeks. , joke was too good ; he hastened to the farm-
i • 1 ■ * ; cr, saying:
A Good Shot.— The Sandusky Register! “Now, friend, here is my fee—how shall
says that one of the best s hots ever record- we divide it?”
ed was made on Monday at "Vermillion, by The farmer relished the joke so well, that
Mr. Oscar Smith. He was- standing on an ,he increased the potatoes to half a dozent
elevation about twenty feet above the level bushels.
of the lake, and with a ril Je, on which was * 1 » m
one of Ray’s Patent Sights, he fired a slug j G ov. Bingham, of Michigrn has sent to
ball at the distance of one hundred and j Nationa , Kai / sas "
twenty rods by actual meaMurement, killing . unuiee n>i,uuu to
two wild geese, and one ci mvas-back duck, • purchase spring wheat for seed for the Micb
which were on the ice. ; i-'an emigrants to the Territory.
INTENTIONAL DUPLICATE EXPOSURE
»
(From the Chicago
Capital Stronger titan tertloaalltn.
Capital, like matter, obeys the laws of
gravitation. Wlierfevcr it is most strongly
Attracted, there we may be sure it will go—
But it is necessary to define tkj> limits of
the attractive power. Our formula is predi
cated upon a condition of personal and com
mercial freedom, such as we etyuy in this
Country, and might not be altogether true
under a despotic government like that of
Russia, though even there the rule would he
subject to but slight exception. Capital, we
have said, will go where it is most strongly
attracted, and iu the long run it is sure to be
attracted where it can be used to the best
advantage—where active and extensive busi
ness operations imperatively require its pres
ence—where great natural resources await
the hand of labor to shape them to use, and
develop their highest values.
Such a field for the use of capital is em
phatically the great Northwest, where the
amount employed in active business bears so
small a proportion to the business that short
ly is to be. It will be no news to our busi
ness men to say that money capital is now
flowing into this great and but partially de
veloped region in steadily increasing streams.
Hundreds of new farms are being opened ev
ery month ; towns are springing up as if by
magic over the broad surface of our prairies;
cities of metropolitan proportions and unex
ampled growth cluster around the great lakes.
The world knows that a grand future is be
fore us, and is sending us not only its money,
but its hosts of men and women and chil
dren, who are worth infinitely more than
money to the country.
In this connection we are reminded of the
gratifying fact that enlightened interest has
proved itself more than a match for section
alism. Enterprising Southerners, in looking
to the grand developments of our favored re
gion, have forgotten all about the “peculiar
institution,” if they ever felt an interest in
it, and thought only of a judicious invest
ment of their money, and desirable homes
for themselves and their families. It would
be easy to reckon un some millions of South
ern capital invested in our city alone, and
more is coming from day to day. Neither
have the advantages of the country through
out the States of the Northwest been over
looked by Southern enterprise, as we have
shown on several previous occasions.
But some facts have recently come to our
knowledge that very strongly illustrate the
force of interest as opposed to sectionalism.
Since the death of John C. Calhoun, the
most unflinching champion of slavery among
the public men of the South has unquestion
ably been the lion. Robert T. Toombs. He
was the pillar of the last Southern Conven
tion. His presence gave emphasis to the
greatest ovation given in honor of the late
Preston S. Brooks. In short, lie has put
himself forward on all occasions as the most
dogged advocate of the extreme demands of
the slaveholders. One might therefore have
inferred that he would tolerate no Northern
thing of interest, and a good deal of surprise
was manifested at his able and earnest,advo
cacy of the Minnesota Land tirant Bill at
the last session of Congress. lie* took the
lead in its discussion in the Senate, and his
efforts materially contributed to the success
of the measure. Whence the unexpected
milk in the cocoa nut ? The explanation be
comes easy when wo arc told, as we have,
that he has invested money in Minnesota
lands, and has other pecuniary interests
around Lake Superior. It is not at all im
possible that Mr. Toombs may some day be
come a citizen of the Northwest, and then
fircwell to his championship of the peculiar
institution. He will then have other inter
ests more strong and peculiar, one of which
may be a desire to represent Northwestern
freemen in Congress. Such an event does not
seem very probable, neither would it very
surprising, considering the extraordinary
changes that are now taking place in our
poliiical and social relations.
Senator Alexander 11. Slidell, of Louisia
na, only second in zeal to Mr. Toombs as a
champion of slavery, is, we learn, also invest
ing capital in the Northwest, and a fact has
oome to our knowledge showing that he is a
better financier than politician. His agent,
who had been traveling over this State with
a view to investment, wrote back to his prin
cipal that the country was making great pro
gross, but he thought land was held altogeth
er too high, as quite as good could be obtain
ed in Missouri lor a mere fraction of its cost.
What should lie do ? Mark the answer of
the pro-slavery Senator: “Buy in Illinois by
all means.” This single (act upsets the whole
southern theory of the profitable character
of slavery, and demonstrates that those who
hold it do not believe what the}' say.
These and other similar facts that might be
mentioned are unmistakable indications of
the omnipotence of capital over all the falla
cies of a false political economy founded up
on slave labor. They are but the “beginning
of the end.”
(From the St. Louis Democrat, April 4th.)
Exciting News from Nebraska !—Four
Men Shot, and Others Banished !
The steamboat St. Mary, Capt. Cabbell,
arrived yesterday from Council Bluffs—the .
first arriva l of the season, from that far dis
tant point on the Upper Missouri. She was
also the first boat to arrive at Council Bluff
City, having reached that point on March
2Sth, af'er forcing her way through heavy
ice for three days. We learn from her offi- '
cp rs, that when she left Mie Bluffs, on Sun- ,
day, the 29th, the river was lising and very :
full of floating ice. The people of the various !
towns on the river above St. Joseph, were 1
destitute of many of the luxuries, and even
the of civilised life, and eager
I crowds hastened on board at every landing, ;
for the purpose of purchasing portions of her
cargo that might be for sale. Several per
sons who went up with her, had provided
themselves for such demands, and realized
lar e profits on their ventures. Other boats
have ere this followed in the wake of the St.
Mary, and the people along shore have prob
ably pr.Jvided themselves with almost every
thing they wanted.
' We learn further, that four men were shot
at Flatten) utb, N. T',, on Saturday evening,
March 19th, by the order* or hands ol a vig-
J ilance committee, and that five oilers were
banished by the same party, from Nebraska,
across the river, and forbidden to return to
tiie Territory, under pain of death if caught.
Their oltenso is said to have been claim
jumping.
The officers of the St. Mary informs us al
, so, a private fjuarrel on the 20th of
March, in the town of Atchison, K. T., one
man was shot. We did uot learn his name.
Counties Immediately West of Hen*
nopin.
Wo fiml Romo very interesting facts res
pecting the counties of Parver and McLeod,
published in the St. Paul Advertiser, and as
they are fair representatious of the country
and settlements alluded to, wo transfer them
to our columns:
CARVKU COUNTY.
This is the second county from the mouth
of the Minnesota river, on the northern side.
It is irregular in shape, extending some 24
miles from north to south, and the same
length from east to west. It can probably
claim the name of the "■Forest Comi'ifF with
more propriety than any other cou ty in the
Territory; ns it has not more than ten
square miles of prairie, in the 071 miles of
its area.
I t may perhaps claim tho name of the
“ Undine County” also, as there is probably
no better watered county. The Minnesota
river forms the south-eastern boundary, and
the South Fork of Crow river runs through
the north-western part. Lakes and ponds
are abundant within its borders. Lake Min
netonka thrusts an arm into the northern
boundary, and lies near it in its whole ex
tent ; extending from east to west through
the centre of the county, we iind a lake
about every two miles, covering an area of
about three hundred acres, just north of
tiie centre of the county lies “ Clearwater,”
or “ Lake Waconia.” it is nearly circular,
about three miles in diameter; with high
banks, and beautiful shores of sand and
gravel. In the southern part, a beautiful
island of about sixty acres rises high above
the water, covered with heavy timber; and
near it a high, wooded peninsula pushes out
as if to meet, if it wished to come on shore.
These give variety to the views of the lake
from different points. We think that all
who have visited it, will bear us out in say
ing it is unsurpassed for beauty, by any lake
in the Territory'. The South Fork of the
Crow river is a tine mill stream, probably
from CO to 80 feet wide and two feet deep;
pure clear water, which it does one good to
look at after the Minnesota and Mississippi.
The population is estimated at 3,000;
about 700 of whom are Swedes, 300 French
and Swiss, 1,000 Germans, and the remain
ing 1,000 of American birth. The amount
of property on the assessment tolls for 1850,
was §101,154, on which a tax of 2j per cent
was levied.
The county seat is atCiiaska, on the Min
esota river. This village was laid out in 1853,
and contains about 100 inhabitants. It is
on a small prairie, ly.ing just above extreme
high water mark, ft lias a good landing
and is the centre of a good trade. Surveys
have been made fora Ship Canal from Chas
ku to Lake Minnetonka. We learn that the
lake is 107 feet higher than the river; the
summit level is on Luke Minnetonka, which
is about 40 feet highe ■ than Minnetonka,
and as it is not sullicient for a feeder, we
fear the project must fall through.
Carver City is about three miles above
Cliaska, at the mouth of Carver Creek; so
called because it is supposed to be the boun
dary ofCarver's tract.” This place was
laid out. in 1853 by some Norwegian settlers,
and called “ Luchenberg.” It then passed
into the hands of an American company,
who changed the name first to Fulton and
afterwards to Carver. It is on a small prai
rie, having a few scattering trees upon it.—
It contains several stores, two hotels, offices,
»ic., a good steam saw miil is in operation.
San Francisco is three miles further up the
river, at the “Little Kapids,” the head of
navigat on sometimes, so that it may in time
be a large place. St. Lawrence is live miles
fmtlier tip the river. It has been laid out
during the past season, and lies partly in this
and partly in Scott County. St. Clair is on
the South Fork of Crow liver, also just laid
out. New Helvetia has just been laid out
on the South Fork. Waconia, and Scaiulia,
are points on C'iear-watcr lake, selected but
not yet surveyed. Young America, and La
Belle are on the road between Carver City
and Glencoe.
The following are the names of the Post
(f fiicos in this county: Cliaska, Carver City,
Sun Francisco, Chanliassen, Scandia, St.
Clair, Young America am! La Belle.
Those interested in the antiquities of our
Territory can find a problem or two in this
county. At Cliaska there are remains of
paii.-ades, and other marks of a large settle
ment. It is said by some that they are the
remains of an old French Catholic Mission,
planted here eighty years ago. Can any of
your correspondents throw any light on this
subject'? On the line between Sections 17
ami 20, in T. llti N., It. 20 W., tiie Govern
ment surveyors have marked an “Indian
Fortress.” When was it built, and by whom?
I believe claims can stiil be had, in the north
western part of this county.
Xlic Policy of Advertising;.
The following article is from the Harris- !
burg Telegraph, and it embodies a few hints
which we commend to the particular atten- j
tion of business men. The merchant, or the ;
store-keeper, who advertises liberally and
judiciously, pursues one of the most direct
road to fame and fortune. This is especially
the case at the present time, when newspa- i
pers are read so universally. Goods and
wares to be known must be advertised. A
new invention, to be appreciated, must be
described through the medium of the press. .
And so throughout every phase of traffic and j
business. By advertising, we do not mean
for a day or a week, but regularly and sys
tematically. The cost is considerable, but ;
no investment pays better. This, moreover,
is the experience of all who have tried the
plan in a liberal spirit:
Advertising. —The Reading Journal says
it is difficult to persuade some men of the
value of advertising, although the immense
fortunes which have been made by it n this
country and England, within the last ten or
fifteen years, are evidenced by the palatial
structures which have been erected by the
shrewd and fortunate advertisers in New
York, Philadelphia, London, and other cities.
It is said that the average weekly receipts of
the London Times, for advertising alone,
amount to $30,000, and they have frequent
ly gone up to 40,000. This shows that a
just appreciation of the benefits of advertis
ing is possessed by the Londoners. I’he
New York Tribune in an article on this sub
ject, says that nowhere is advertising carried
on to so great an extent as it is in England.
Holloway's Pills are advertised to the amount
of siloO,ooo annually; Moses & Son pay,
$•>0,600, and the same is paid by ilov land
for bis Macassar oil, and by Hr. l)e dough
for his Cod Liver Oil. Heal &■ Sons pay 1
i $30,000 for advertising their bed-steads and
bed furniture, and • bon Nicliolis. a tailor,
i advertises to the amount of §20,000.
i Large sums arc paid in this country, also
for advertising. Some houses in New York
set aside ten, fifteen, twenty, and twenty
five thousand dollars annually for advertis
• ing, and this is continued from year to year
because it pays. Walking in the streets of f
Philadelphia a few weeks ago, a friend called
our attention to a beautiful building, built of:
whitostone brought from France. “Thati
i building," said he, is a portion of the pro
ceeds of an ample fortune derived from judi
! cions advertising.” We know men in this
' city who have built up a large business from
aimost r.odfing but advertising, while houses ,
in the sama business, with everything in i
i their favor, have dwindled into obscurity.
We know of inetances of large sums being i
made during the last, year, in a few weeks by
advertising, when, without the aid of the
i press, nothing could have been done. We
lay it down as an axiom, that money spent
■ in judicious advert ; sing by a business man
| invariably yields him four fold sooner or
' later, and in numerous instances one hundred
! or one thousand Ibid.
■ Some men advertise for a short time after
they commence business, and think that it is
sufficient; others intermit advertising after
they have established a nourishing business
business by its aid. This is a great mistake,
from the moment a house ceases to adver
tise, it begins to decline. The changes are
rapid in this country, and the public mind is
so constantly occupied by new applicants for
its favors and its attention, that to be out of
the papers, where everybody seeks for in
formation on every subject, is to be forgot
ten. The press is daily becoming more and
more a nece'sity, and its usefulness as an
advertising medium is constantly increasing.
THE DAILY MINNESOTIAN.
TUI) DAILY .111 N N KNOT IAN,
PUBLISHED AT ST. PAUL, EVERY WEEK I,AT MORNING, BV
OWENS A ItIOOKIt,
And delivered to City Subs. rlbers at Fifteen Cunts per
week, payable to the Carrier—by mall, $0 per anuutu.
TIIE WEEKLY MINNF.SOTIAN,
Published at the Mine Office, every Saturday Morning,
at per annum, payable iu advance.
Rates of Advertising:
(Tl'N LINES <>R LK.*S CONSTITUTES A SQUARE.)
One Square, 1 Insertion, $ 75
One Square, each additional insertion 25
One Square, One Week 1.00
One Square, T .vo Weeks 2 25
One Square, One Month 3 50
One Square, Two Mouths ft 00
One Square, Three Months 0 00
One Square, Six Months 8 (Ml
One Square, One Year 15 00
Quarter of a Column, Three Months 15 00
Quarter of a Column, Six Mouths 22 00
Quarter of a Column, One Year 80 00
Half Column, Three Mouths.. 20 00
llatf Column, Six Months 28 00
Half Column, One Year 4ft 00
One Column, One Year 70 00
Advertisements inse-tedin both Daily and Week
ly one-half price additional.
fy Transient Advertisements to he paid for ii » d
vanee.
JSV Leaded or Displayed Advertisements will he
charged double the above rates when not changed ; and
50 cents per 1000 ems for each change.
L3T Ail At lvertisements, unless tiie time is specified
he inserted till forbid, and charged accordingly.
*** BOOK AND JOII PRINTING of every descrip
on, done in the best style and at the lowest rates.
BUSINESS CARDS.
IRVINE, STONE <fc MeCORMICK,
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE, St. Anthony Street, near
the Winslow House. Will buy ami sell Real Estate,
Locate Land Warrants, pay Taxes for non-residents,
and attend particularly to Conveyancing and the
making of Plats and Township Maps. Farming Lauus,
City and Town Property for sale.
S. S. EATON,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. Office on
Third Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. Land bought and
sold on Commission, Land Warrants Located, Invest
ments made to the best advantage ; Insurance ejected
in the most responsible Eistern Companies upon all
kinds of valuable property.
C. W. CHRISTMAS,
OUNTY SURVEYOR OF HENNEPIN COUNTY, offers
his services to his fellow citizens as Surveyor and
Draughtsman. Office and residence one mile above
tiie bridge at Minneapolis, on tiie bank of the river.
H. K. TERRILL A SON,
FORWARDING St COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Upper
Lauding, Red Wing, Minr.-sota. We have our large
New Warehouse completed, and are now prepared to
attend promptly to all business entrusted to us upon
the most liberal terms. :i g4i
Ali RHAY A WELLES,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT LAW, St. Paul,
Minnesota. Will attend promptly to all business en
trusted to them ; will pay special attention to the lo
cation of Land Warrants, the payment of Taxes, the
examination of Titles, and the investment of Money.
J3Y” R. Welles, Commissioner of Deeds for Connec
ticut, and Agent, of St, Pa, I Eire Insurance Company.
THOMPSON, PARKER A DAWSON,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, and So
licitors in Chancery. Ollice at Stillwater, Jl. T.,
and at Hudson, St. Croix County, Wisconsin. Will
attend to the duties of their profession in the different
Courts iu Minnesota and Wisconsin. j>'2
WILKINSON, BABCOCK & COTTON,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Ollice,
Third Street, i:i the Minnes itian Building, Saint Pa’ll,
Minnesota. r jylSMawly
t:. Ate's, Isaac van i 'ISn. harvky officer.
AMES, VAX ETTDX, A OFFICER,
f FORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND
Solicitors ”» Chancery. Ollice, corner of Third and
Minnesota Streets, Si. Paul.
tl. W. JIcCLCSi;,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. and Com
Indiana. K, ntjeky and Mis* > ri. O
opposite Steos Hunt's, St. Paul.
Wit. HOU.ISSIIR’.I
HOLLIXXHEAIt A BF.CIfER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW AND
Solicitors is Chancery. Office, the same as the one
heretofore occupied by Ric ■. Hollinshead St Becker.
JOHN r- SAKBOR
SANBORN A FRENCH,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND
Commissioners for New York, Maine, Vermont, New
Hampshire, Ohio and Massachusetts. Office, over
Comb’s Book store, St. Anthony Street, St. Paul.
JOHN B. IIHISBIN
KRIBRIX A BIGELOW,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office,
Bank Row, cor. Third and Minnesota Sts., St. Paul,
SR PA«JB DAVIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND DEALER IN R.EAL ES
TATE, Travel- ;e des Sioux, Minnesota. Will attend to
all professional business entrusted to his care, buy and
soil Real Estate, make Collections, and pay Taxes for
non-residents. ° C I
It. COOPER.
COOPER 6c 3Ic.7IILL.YN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Sail t Paul, M. T. Will attend
to the business of their profession in all parts of the
Territory. ap24
J. DANIELS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office or.
Third Street, St. Paul, Minnesota.
HE.xr.Y HALE.
MALE A: I’ALMEB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office
on St. Anthony Street, near the Post Office, Saint Paul,
Minnesota. jyl'J
IX. h. MOSS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on St. Anthony Street,
over the Post Office, St, Paul. Jylff
D. S. NORTON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Winona,
Minnesota. Especial attention given to collections.
AV3I. SPRIbG HALL;
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, and Com
missioner for Maryland. Office, corner of Third and
Wabasha Sts., opposite the Post Office, St. Paul.
LOUIS m T lirisNF.il;
LITHOGRAPHER, brick building, northeast, corner of
Third and Cedar streets, Sahit Paul, Minnesota. En
trance on Cedar street.
EDWIN C. BECKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND GENERAL AGENT, Su
perior, Wisconsin. Real Kst ale bought end sold, Taxes
paid, and all the business of a General Agency attended
to with promptness * je26
DR. MORTON,
HAS REMOVED his office to the Drugstore recently
owned bv L. C. Kinney, on Third street, two doors be
low the “World’s Fair.” Dr. Morton continues his
practice as heretofore.
L. EMMETT,
E7IJIETT A NTITTII,
ATTOIJXFYS AT LAW, Salr.t Pan), Minnesota. Office,
over tiie Post Oliiee.
AXOHKW THOMPSON,
THOMPSON A IIAYNEB,
ATTORNKYs* Al’ LAW. Office, No. 25 Nassau Street,
New York City, New York.
EDWIN SHA W
SHAW A: HAWKINS,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS, ami Commission
Merchants, near the corn r of Robert, ami Fourth
streets, St. Pa il. Ruplo-illy
FI,EI?T F. STROTHER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ami REAI,
ESTATE BROKER. Office on Third Street, two <1 >ors
from Minnesota Street, St. IV.ul, Minnesota. f I>4
WI 1,1.1 ATI CDLYILL, .Jr.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC anil General
Land Aoent, Red Winp, Go > Ihe.e County, Minnesota
Territory. mart!. ’55
JEPFHEY T. A DAMS, M. F 5.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, corner of Main
anil Front streets. Mankato City, Minnesota.
C-. G. GRISWOLB,
DEALER IN READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hats, Caps
j;mi Gents’ Furnishing Goo is, Wh'Resale Hn :i Retail;
Lambert's LiickliuiMing, n-.t •• ii -Mffnpsctiari Office,
Third street, f*. Paul '.Jinne-'ua.
MORRIS LAMPRF.
LAMPREY A- HURD,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office
Third Street, above the Merchants’ Ho:ci, Fai: t Paui,
Minnesota. • oci7-dy
C. D. GILFILLIN,
ATTORNEY Al LAW. Office, opposite Borup & Oakes
Banking House, Third Sire, t. Saint I'nui.
OSfAII STEPHEN SON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on Third Street, one door
above c«r. of Third and Cedar St., St. Paid, oct22
A. OTcEI.HATH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, North-East Third an i Minnesota
Street, St. Paul, Minnesota.
O. P. HARMS, 71. !>.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, lhe same a 3 for
merly occupied by Dr?. Goodrich & M: j rsii, on Third
street, over A. Gale & Co.’s Grocery Store. •
CHARLES E. MAYO.
CHA3LES E. H VYO A CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO F. S. NEWELL. Wholesale and Re
tail Dealers in Hardware and Cutlery, Manufacturers
of and Dealers in Stoves and Tin Ware. Third street,
between Minnesota and Itohert streets, St. Paul, Min
nesota Territory.
OEO. W. BRENT. ' ,nß - MCVEIGH
BRENT & 7IcYEir.II,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW. Office on Third Street, over
Beaumont & Gordon’s store, (back room.) oci-Gni*
PAStSONS & MORGAN,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Minneapolis, Minnesota. All
business entrusted to the.r care will receive faithful
and prompt attention. sepß6-dawly
E. J. WAY,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER. Office on
Third Street, St. Paul. Real Estate bought and sold
on commission.
N. P. INGALLS,
TEACHER OP THE PIANO FORTE. Vocal Music and
thorough Bass. Rooms in the Baldwin School, Saint
Paul. Piano Fortes tuned.
1857. H. F. Mct LOSKY, 1857.
WHOLESALE GROCER, Dealer in New York Salt, Pro
visions. &c.. Forwarding and Commission Merchant.
No. 32 Levee, and New Railroad Depot, Gaiena, HI.
Mark packages care of “ H. F. C ” Galena, 111.
’ y,.
BUSINESS CARDS.
HENRY iUfKENTT,
Dealer in Real listatc,
THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL, M. T.
WILLIAM BREWSTER,
Dealer in Real Estate,
SAINT PAUL,
TRUMAN M. SMITH,
Banker and Dealer in Real Estate,
SAINT PAWL, MINNESOTA
Exchange bought and sold. Interest allowed on t. me
Deposits. Particular attention paid to the purchase am
sale of Real B date. Loaning Money, Locating Land War
rantd, Payment of Taxes, &c.
A. NOUBBE,
Atto ncy and Counsellor at Law,
SAINT ANTHONY, - - - MINNESOTA,
Office on Main Street, over Upton’s Stoke
References :—Chief Justice Shaw, Boston ; Hon. C. G.
Luring, Boston ; Stephen Brown St Sons, Boston ; rrof.
Pars jus, Law School, Cambridge; Hon. C. C. Y> ashburne,
Mineral Point, M is.; Hon. E. B. Washburae, Galena,
Illinois; Hon. H- Hamlin, Hampden, Me.; Hon. 1 ■ J-u.
Fuller, Calais. Me.; J. A. Packard & Co., Galena, 111,
Hon Alex. Ramst v, St. Paul, Min.; Marshall A Co., St.
Paul, Mill.; 11.1‘. aM. P. Upton, St. Anthony. ull-y
B. DKXSMORE.
DEXSRQRE 6c BRADFORD,
REAL ESTATE OFFICE, Stone Block West of the Post
Office, St. Paul, Minnesota. Lands bought and sold, In
vestments made and Money loaned on Real Estate se
curity. Choice and desirable Government Lauds se
lected for those wishing to purchase. Land Warrants
located. B. Densmore will attend in person to sur
veying in all its brunches, furnishing Maps and Plans.
Draughting and .Mapping executed in good style and to
order.
CIVIL ENGINEER. Will attend to the Surveying and
Dividing of Laud, Drawing of Maps, Chart., Archi
tectural plans and designs of Buildings. Specimens
of work to be seen in my Office. As I am in pos.
session of the best instruments, with all the latest im
provements, I am prepared to do all business correct
and with despatch. janlo-dawy
HENNING VON MINDEN. FREDERIC WIPPF.RMANN.
VON MINDEN 6c WIPPERMANN,
(Graduates of the Polytechnical School, Hanover,)
ARCHITECTS, CONSULTING AND CIVIL ENGIN
EERS, are prepared to furnish tiie public with Platts
and Estimates for Buildings, Bridges, Hydraulic and
other technical works. They will, as required, either
superintend tire works or perform them by contract.
Office. Wabash,aw St., near Post Office. jan27-daw,v
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE, and GENERAL AGENT,
Superior, Wisconsin. Commissioner for Minnesota.
Receives Deposits—Negotiates Loans—Land Warrants
Sold or Located. inar!7-ly
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE—(Iate of the firm of S. P.
Folsom A Co.)—Office in McCloud’s Stone limb'lng,
corner or Third and Cedar streets. Having had a
residence often years in the Territory of Minnesota,
1 am prepared to give information to those desirous of
investing money, that but few possess. On hand for
sale, City Lots and Country Properly in large quan
tities. autfO
DRESS MAKER, at tiie residence of Mr. Ha*, on Eighth
Street, hack of the Fuller House, next to Presley s
dwelling, is now ready to please all who will favor her
with a evil, either in Dress or Basque Making. fll-Gm
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS and qualities of
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, \ alises, Whips, Ely
Nets, av., also, Carriage Trimmings,. Ail kinds of
repairing in his line done in the shortest possible time.
Third street, between Minnesota ami Robert streets,
St. Paul, Minnesota Territory.
HOLMES, PYYI’K & BIEiBVEK,
GENERAL LAND AGENTS, and Dealers ill Real ih-.a.te,
. , . , rs, Surveyor.-, Lila i apheri St D hts
i.:eu. Particular ait tffion paid t<« the selection of
hinds ami locating of Land Warrants. Office over
Marshall's Bank, Third Street. novff
Tnird St.,
jelL-dly
OKI). 1.. BECKER.
J. STARKEY
JAM KS STARKEY A CO.,
DEALERS IN IlliW
or unptiy alteriucd to. Military Land Warrants loca
ted advantageously; Taxes paid; Collections made,
and Loans negotiated.
THEODORE FRENCH
RLAKKLEY 6c BURBANK)
STORAGE, FORWARDING St COMMISSION MER
CHANTS; Agents for the Minnesota Express Company,
Galen!., Dunleith and Minnesota Packet Company and
Merchant's Dispatch. Office, corner of Jackson street
and Lower i.e; »e, St. Paul, Minnesota. Mark packa
ges, ‘-Care of 11. & B. St. Paul.”
HORACE R. BIGELOW
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office Third street, be
tween Cedar and Minnesota siyects, St. Paul. Resi
dence, first House below the steps, feeding from St.
Anthony street to the Upper Landing. tS . 8.-.-Dr. 11.
wishes it to be distinctly understood that when his ser
vice* are rendered, he expects his pay. oct‘23-dtf
E. F. PARKER
8. J. K. MCMILLi
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,Hastings
Minnesota Territory. ag-31
fl. COOLEY,
ARTIST--Third F).. ?r, Empire Block, Uppei Town, St.
Paul, Minnesota
LYMAN C. DAYTON,
Dealer iu Ideal Instate,
AND LAND WARRANT LOCATER
OFFICE AT Tint JUNCTION OF ST. ANTHONY AND THIRD STS.,
E. C. PALMER
Saint L’aul, ----- Minnesota.
New York. —Messrs. Danfort, Wright & Co.; Richard
11. Johnston, Esq.
Philadelphia.— Mitchell ft Aden ■ Charles Childs, Esq.
New Orleans. —Messrs. Brown, Johnson (■. Co.
Cincinnati. —lion. Edward Woodoutf ; Yi illiym Wood
ruff", Esq.
Pittsburgh. —Messrs. Mason St Co.
Providence. —Nathan Mason, Esq., John L. Noyes, Esq.
Chicago. —George B. Armstrong, Esq.
St. Louis. —John 11. Ranklio, Esq., OMs West, Esq.
Galena. —B. 11. Campbell, Esq.; Capt. Orrin Smith.
Minnesota. —Gov. W. A. Gorman, Ex-Gov. Alexander
Ramsey, Hon. 11. M. Rice, Messrs. Borup St Oakes, Hac
kubin & Edgerton.
NOTICE TO CAPITALISTS.
GREATEST BARGAINS IN LAND EVER OFFERED
IN SAINT PAUL !!
The following pieces of Real Estate will be sold at
TWENTY PER CENT. BELOW THE MARKET PRICES,
15,000 acres of Land in different parts of the Territory
at from $2 to $25 per acre.
4.500 acres adjoining the City of St. Paul, Minnesota.
3,000 acres adjoining the City of Superior, Wisconsin.
2.500 acres adjoining the City of Bayfield, Wisconsin.
45t> Block* it the Town of Layton. Minnesota, situated
at t)«e junction c« Grow and Mississippi Rivers.
3,100 Lots in the-Cd.v <'f Bayfield, situated on Lake Su
perior, Wisconsin.
Lots in Dayton A. Cahoon’s AddUion to Hie,City of
11 ast mgs. S - ? iii? le*<>t a.
C».P» Lots on l>a>tu:>’s IS’uiT, St. Paul.
JAMES SMITH, JK.
HF.NRY Z. ITATNKR.
100 Lots in Dayton & Irvine’s Addition to St. Paul,
I‘»S5 acre Lots in L. Layton's Addition to Paul,
SS Lots in Dayt i <fc Warren’s Addition to St. Paul.
33 Lots in Dayt on & Fuller’s or L. C. Dayton’s Second
Addition to m. Paul.
T 5 Lots in various portions of the City of St. Paul,
Improved and unimproved.
A Warehouse, St ?re an t Ten Lots at the Upper Levee,
St. Paul.
C. M. HAWIXB.
Tiie above land ami Lots will be sold at very low rates
and in quantities to suit purchasers.
A LARGE ADVANCE GUARANTEED!
Land Wvrraxts located upon important Railroad
routes in Minneso.:* and Wisconsin, which will increase
in vain • from 50 t • 20 j per con’ yearly.
Loans negotiated for capitalists, yielding from 50 to 36
percent., upon un •xc.vt»oi:abi‘* renj etfat * security.
Information ahv iv« given with pleasure to si rangers in
elation to lands in the Territory. oct22-daw
MIN!VK«OT. ? . FKTIT and ORXAIfIEX
TAL TREES, SHRUBS, HOSES, PIBNIAS, DAH
lias, Phloxes. Gk.xmiguse Plants and Seeds—We have
now on hand the I rjrest. and best stocK of Trees and
Plants ever offered above Dubuque, Including Apples,
Pears, Plums, Ch rules, Grapes, C irrants. Gooseberries,
Raspberries, Strawberries, Pie Plants, Asparagus, &c.
In the Ornamental Line we can furnidi choice Ever
greens, Maples. Ehns, Mountain Ash, Poplars, Aheles,
Snowballs, Lil* r :% » 1 iwering Almond >, gyrin', as, Honey-
v. iiritn,
20 kinds Penbi«, G \& ■liolus. Lilies, and many other her
baceous plants. Our new Greenhouse is Well supplied
with monthly Roses, Geraniums, Verbenas, <fcc.. of a
young and vigorous growth, taken from cold frames after
our old stock was burned in December last. For bloom
ing they are much better thou old plants. Nearly every
article we offer has grown in our grounds from one to
five years, so that they are really worth two or three
tunes ns mu has those just imported; besides only about
one-fourth of the Trees and .Shrubs that are hardy at
Rochester and other places East, will endure our climate.
Orders may be sent trough the Post Ofiice, or left at
our establishment near the Half-Way House, on the .St.
Anthony Road. All kinds of Fruit Trees. Shrubs, Plants,
in Pots, together with Carden and Flower Seeds, will he
kept at the Agricultural and Seed Store of J. B, Holmes,
on Third Street, who will also receive orders for the
Lroveland Garden and Nursery.
April4,lßsl-wapi L. If. FORD.
MAHKLKY A KF.R\, DEALERS IX
TOOLS AND CUTLERY, No.. 1 Empire Block, Ft.
*r lU '5 lnesot ®* To Farmer*, Builder* and the
Fran*.— -Those in want of goods in our line previous to
the opening of navigation, will find with us a large and
wed selected stock, which we will sell .at greatly reduced
prices, to make room for our new and complete assort
ment wnich may he looked for immediately cn the open
ing of navigation. MARKLKY & KERN,
March 4.S wif No. 1 Empire Block
E. BANGS, Jr.
STONES, BOLTING CLOTHS,
IRON?, and peneral Mill Furmshinfr, *o.
* TRAVIS, West Water st., Chicago, 111.
NELSON HAYWARD, Cleveland. Ohio. mlvl-dn Iv
D. MORGAN.
Minnesota makiilr wvKk».-
SMITH, dealer in American and Ital
ian Marble, manufacturer of Chimney Pieces, Monu
ments and Tombstones of every description. Cabinet
trade supplied. Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, St.
Paul. (-23-dnwy) j. F. Tostevin, Sculptor & Agent.
TJASTENGS real estate office.
AA R. B. ALLISON, Hastings, Minnesota Territory—
has constantly on hand large quantities of Improved and
Wild Lands in tracts to suit purchasers. ap2Sdaw
T AND AGENCY. 4OOO AC RES FOR
A-J sale. Good farming land partly cultivated not far
from St. Paul. These Lands will be sold or rented in
quantities to suit. C. MEYER,
daw Cor. Seventh and Broadway, St. Paul.
(210.000 TO LOAN !—ON FIRST CLASS
•j) Real Estate security. ANDREW LEVERING.
i;i!:23-2w Third and Minnueaota Streets
Near the Post Office,
MINNESOTA
J. F. BRADFORD.
C. MEYER,
J. B. BELL,
SIM EON P. FOLSOM,
MISS A. RICHARDSON,
MARTIN DREW,
<*. «. PKTT i'VS.
TATE. Office Third
connection with the above
business i
Dr. Li. If VDtTELD,
PARKER & LEA,
(Near the Post Office,)
REFERENCES
MINNEAPOLIS.
BANK AND I-AN7J OFFICE,
At Minneapolis, Mlu-.ieaota, 1857.
CARLOS WLIcOX,
NOTAET PUBLIC A'tfD CONVEYANCER,
Dealer in Deal Estate,
LAND WARRANT?, STOCKS, GOLD asd EXCHANGE
Arul General Agent for Entering, Buying and Sell In
Land ami Lahd Warrants, Paying Taxes, Investing
and Loaning Money, Collecting, ftc.,
OppoMitc the Falla of Saint Anthony,
(NEAR THE U. S. LAND OFFICE.)
Rp.kkhf.scks:— Marshall ft Co., Rankers, Saint Paul
Officers of the U. S. Land Office, Minneapolis; Franklin
Steele, Esq., Fort Snelling ; Austin Adams, Esq.; Dubu
que, lowu ; Wm. A. Wheeler, Esq., Malone Rank, N. Y.;
E. ?. Halbard, Esq., Brasher Falls, N. Y.; lion. A. L
Catlin, Detroit, Michigan; Officers U. S. Land Office,
Superior ; Officers U. S. Land Office, Stillwater; James
B. Martin, Esq., Milwaukee, Wis.; P. J. Fish, Esq., Wil
liamsburg, City of Brooklyn ; Hon. R. S. Moloney, Belvi
dere, 111.; Nessrs. Cornell, Jameson ft Bass, Chicago ;
P. C. Wilcox, Esq., Palnesville, Ohio, Rev. Truman M.
Post, St. Louis, Mo.; Daniel 11. Easley, Esq., Barksdale,
Va.; Byron Murray, Esq., American Exchange, N. Y.
City ; P. C. Corbin, Esq., Union Bank, Troy ; S. C. Bull,
Esq., Farmer’s Bank, Orwell, Yt.; Dr. J. V. C. Smith,
Boston, Mass.; John S. Abbott, Esq., Norridgewock, Me
Prof. F. N. Benedict, Burlington, Vt, NovM-daw
T_T ANCOCK A THOMAS, DEALERS IN
xl REAL ESTATE, Minneapolis, Hennepin County,
Minnesota Territory, have constantly on hand and for
sale a large amount of Real Estate in Minneapolis, Still
water, Superior, Hastings, Nininger, Glencoe, Little
Falls, and other of the most promising Towns in the
Territory. Also, Wild Lands, Pine and other Timber
Lauds, Farms, ftc. They will locate Laud Warrants in
the Territory. Money constantly cn hand for Loans on
Real Estate security. janls-d6m
Minnesota land and collect
ing AGENCY.— DeIano T. Smith, Attorney at
Law and Jtntler in Real Estate and, General Agent.
Office, nexidao, - fo the U. S. Land Office, Minneapolis,
Minnesota. Land, Town Property, Land Warrants, ftc.
bought and sold, money loaned, property ep,i fifles ex
amined, investments and collections made; Land War
rants, Located; Land entered and sold on credit.—
Agencies solicited; interest allow ed on special deposits.
All business entrusted to him will be attended to with
promptness and fidelity. oct 20, 1855-dawtf
HOTELS.
I DULLER Home, COR. qf SEVENTH
' AND JACKSON STS., ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA.—
The proprietor of this extensive and magnificept estab
lishment, lias the satisfaction of announcing to the citi
zens of St. Paul, and the traveling community, that he
has opened one of the most extensive and gorgeous
Hotels now known in the whole West. He begs to solicit
from Ills friends and the public a continuation of that
patronage which was so liberally bestowed upon him
while proprietor of the American House, promising that
his constant sap! best efforts shall be put forth to render
every gues; comforts)}!".
In the furnishing of the Jfoji&e alone, an expense of
over forty thousand Dollars lias beau ftfrng Jm'u an.l in
the outlay of which, I have secured every modern im
provement for convenience and comfort.
Tlie Parlors are furnished after the most approved
style, and so arranged that parties wishing lobe by them
selves can be entirely private.
The Bed Rooms are large and airy, and the bedding all
that the w eary could wish for, or the most fastidious de
sire.
Tils gentlemen’s Saloon is fitted up in the most mod
ern style, and fife Bar stocked with the choicest Liquors,
of old and favorite Liigplc, gflil attended to by experi
enced and courteous gentlemen,
In the Culinary Department, neither pam» m» expense
will be spared to render it the most effective as well as
satisfying portion of the Hotel—while the artist who pre
sides over it is one of the most proficient and experienc
ed the Eastern Cities can produce.
The Office wiil have gentlemen of known ability to pre
side 0,. e’ it* affairs, and who will make it their pleasure
at all times -v C.V--"- 11 * and minister to the wants of the
guests, while the piopi.u, o- will be found at bis post,
striving to make every one auiun-a,!;,
Attached to the Hotel, is a large ai d magniiiceLt Bil
hard Saloon, fitted up at a heavy expense and all the
modern improvements introduced.
The Hotel, throughout, will tie heated with steam, which
cannot fail to make it the most comfortable Winter quar
ters in the whole of the North-West.
Bath-Rooms, and every convenb nee necessary for the
comfort of guests have been fitted up; in short, the Pro
prietor has spared no expense in cry of the varied de
p irttaaidt'of ids large establishment, in order to render
it the nnisi tlesirAwtc, jd-asent and magnificent Hotel in
tiie country.
In retiring from tiie management of the American
House, I would inform the pubHe that J have not dispos
ed of my interest in it, but intend continuing it under
the able superintendence of Edgar Wetmore, Esq., where,
as formerly, every attention will lie paid to the comfort
of those who may favor the house with tiiei.i pa'rotiage.
oct 4-dawtf STEPHEN LONG.
American iioisk, < ohneh of kt.
ANTHONY, EXCHANGE and FOURTH STREET,
Saint Paul, Minnesota Territory. Stiphrn Long, Pro
prietor. Priori, o n- of the American House re
spectfully announce to their old patrons and strangers
visiting St. Paul, that this popular hog I Jnw beep Jhor
ougltly renovated ami fitted up with new and elegant
furniture, and that they are prepared ta entertain those
who may favor them with their patronage in a manner
to fully sustain the former reputation of the house. Con
nected with the American is a Livery Stable, prepared
to furnish pleasure parties, and others, with elegant
turn outs. octA-dawly
T TEMPERANCE HOUSE, J. IV. Mabon,
Propriltor. —Saint Paul, Minnesota Territory.—
Good Boarding by the day, week or mouth on easy
terms.’ Good stabling attached. A share of the public
patronage is respecUuiiy solicited. Stages call at the
House daily for Passengers. Sign, (square and Compass.
St. Paul, January 29,1850. —w ly
J. B. LEA
17' ALLS HOUSE, CANNON FALLS, Iff.
-U Huntley It Daklino, Proprietors.—A large two
story addition having lately been added to the House,
it furnishes superior accommodations to any Hotel in the
interior of tlie Territory. fel>4-6m*
S AIN’T PAI L DRUG STORE.—THIRD
STREET, SAINT PAUL.—We have received aud
are opening l>y far tlie largest and best selected stock of
Drugs, Chemicals, Paint*, oils, brushes, Perfumery, Win
dow Glass and Drdggists QlassAute, *.e,, cyeg brought to
this |ilac ■. Odr Drugs and Mediclnbs wire bought in
New York and Philadelphia, directly of the rmporters
and Manufacturers, and sell submitted to personal inspec
tion and are warranted pure and fresh. No expense or
pains has been spared or will hereafter be to furnish the
very best and purest of medicines. We are doing and
intend to do a Jobbing business, and are prepared to sell
goods at as low prices us they can be bought in Galena
or Chicago, or anywhere else in the West. The Public
are respectfully invited to eall aud examine for them
selves. for we are confident if they do they will go no
further to supply their wants. (daw) DAY & JENKS.
WINDOW OLABB—six bqntlm} boxes Pittsburgh
City, McKees' brand, asdorred sides, from Bxlo to
.°,0x40. Twenty boxes French Window Glass for Parlor
Windows, Picture Frames, Show Cases, Ac., much supe
rior to American Glass. DAY A JENKS.
PERFUMERY. —This House still keeps the ascendancy
in Fine French and American Perfumery and Fancy
Articles, for Proof of which come and see. The cheap
est variety are on hand also. DAY A JENKS.
CJOLUTION of CITRATE OF MAGNESIA—or PurgiT
ij tive Mineral Water.—This preparation is particular
ly recommended as a substitute for Epsom Saits and
Seidlltz Powders; being both more 3gr."‘‘rble to 'he taste
and more pleasant in Its operations, it is a coating ca
thartic, and operates mildly. Prepared ami sold by
DAY A JENKS,
jy IG-dtf Corner Third and Cedar Streets.
FIRE-PROOF PAINTS—Red and Yellow Oxides of
Iron —the only Paint used at the East as a Fire-Proof
Paint. It is vastly superior to any Clay Paint and cheap
er. For sale by DAY A JENKS.
PAINTS. —10 barrels Ochre, Venetian hed and Spanish
Drown, for sale by DAY A JENKS.
LEWIS’ CELEBRATED COLORS.-1400 lbs. Lewis’
Paris, Chfotue and Richmond Green, Chrome Yellow
Prussian Blue, Ac., Ac., for sale by
jy 16-Gf DAY A JENKS.
~f 17’HITJNG.—20 barrels in store ami for sale by
W iuv (< jcnks.
CAMPHEN E. —A barrels for sale by
DAY A JENKS
PUTTY. —10.000 lbs. in store and for sale by
DAY A JENKS.
WHITE LEAD. —10,000 lbs. received and for sale by
DAY A JENKS.
Established in 1851!-north
western EXPRESS COMPANY, connecting with
the American Express Company, to all the principal
points in the United State.-, Canada and Europe. The
cheapest and safest way of transporting light and valu
able floods. Specie ami Honk Notes. Particular atten
tion paid to the collection of Noils, (Jills, Orntts and
Accounts, Purcha-e end Sale of Merchandize. Lost
freight ami baggage looked up and delivered to owners.
Messengers, Semi-Weekly. Otiice at the Lower Levee.
BLAKELEY A BURBANK, Proprietors.
St. Paul, November 11, 1565. dtf
Gt HEY CLOUD.—SOOO LOTS For Male
T In the beautiful town of Grey Cloud, situated twenty
miles below St. Paul, on the east side of the Mississippi.
A map of the same can be seen, and full particulars
given by TRUMAN M. SMITH, Banker and Dealer in
Real Estate, Third street, St. Paul, M. T. jetid-dAaly
J"1 RE.VT NUkiTH-WAiSTSditN GRAIN
U AND CATTLE DEPOT. Diswki.l, Hartshorn A
Cocltfr, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GRAIN AND
CATTLE, Third street, between Jackson and Roberts
Streets, St. Paul, Minnesota.' Will keep cdiHlantljr on
hand a full supply of all kinds of Grain and reed, and
sell at lower prices than anv other house in .he citv.
Also, a full supply of WORKING CATTLE, Beef Cattle,
Milch Cows, Horses, Sheep and Swine, such as has never
before been offered in tins market. Our arrangements
with farmers and stock growers below, are such that
we will be prepared, throughout the oming winter, to
supply all demands, with the best, of ill articles, and
all descriptions of animals that the country affords, and
at. rates which no man can complain of. Recol
lect to call upon the undersigned, Third Street, between
Jackson and Roberts.
s2»-dAwtf DUN WELL, II AKTSifORN A COULTER.
VKW FOUNDRY A MACHIN'D SHOP
AN The Subscribers would respectfully inform the Citi
zens of Minnesota, that their Establishment is now in
successful operation and prepared to execute Castings
and Machinery of every description on short notice.
Cast Iron Water Wheels, Saw and Grist Mill Irons, Build
ing Columns, Window Caps and Sills, Sasli Weights, Sleigh
Shoes, W;icon Boxes, Ac. On hand and manufactured to
order. Pattern Making, Brass Castings, Ac., executed
with neatness and dispatch: Babbit’s Anti-Friction Metal
always on hand. Particular attention paid to Repairing.
AH orders executed witli promptness amt at the lowest
rates. Cash paid for old Iron. Copjier and Brass.
MORGAN A C 0„
dclTdw City Foundry, cor. ((thand Rosabel Sts, St. Paul
SPENCER & LANGFORD, DEALERS
IN REAL ESTATE. Saint Paul, Minnesota Territory.
Office on Saint Anthony Street, a few doors above the
Post Office.—We invite the attention of the public gen
erally to our Farming Lands, ail of which have been
selected with the utmost care, and are located in the
most fertile portion of the Territory and Wisconsin. We
offer great inducements to purchasers, especially to far
mers desirous of first-rate lands near a market. To
those having Land Warrants for location, we promise
entire satisfaction, as we employ no agents for that pur
pose, but give to it our personal attention. We also buy
and sell land on commission, and act as general Taxpay
ing and Collecting Agents. novl7-dawtf
WM. A. SPKKCEB. A. o. LANGFORD.
WB. A G. B. REED, CONTRACT
• ORS and RTTILDERB. NiningerCitv, Minnesota
would announce to the public that they are prepared to
contract to do any work In their line in a thorough
and worknipmik- manner, in Xininger Citv and vicinity
Nimnger C tv, December IT, IVA. ' declT-dawffin
LEGAL NOTICES
-1111
OF APPLICATION FOWL TNB
e of an Insolvent from hi.
ant to Chapter fi» of the Statute*, for the Relief or in
solvent Debtor*.
In the matter of the application "f In the blatt let Court
of John JL Livingston, an In- I for the Second Judi.
solvent debtor, tubedlacharg- (clal District In the
e<! from hi. debts, pursuant to f County of Kamrey,
Chapter 8# of the Statutes for | and Territory of Mln
tho relief of Insolvent debtor*. J uesola.
At a Special Term of the District Court tor the
Second Judlcla' District In and for the County of Ram
sey, in the Territory of Minnesota, held by hi* Hodoi
Mo»es Sherburne, Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court of the United States for the Territory of Minne
sota, and Judge oftha District Court aforesaid, at bit
r rit U ‘i berl ’ lu k ** tl Ramsey County, or the
March, A D 1£57, It was ordered, inter
ff. ’ ll * all the creditors of John R Livingston, an
Insolvent debtor, be required to show cause, If any
M«, m f V* \ he . Blx .L h (6) '‘“y o'July, AD 1867,
Si! "J 10) 0 c,ock ,n the loreuoon or that day,
at my Chambers at the Capitol, In the Cltv of St p,,,i
in said County of Ramsey,ln the Tertto?, of UiuLS
why an assignment of the said Insolvent’s estate should
not be made, and he be discharged from his debt* pur
suant to the Statute ‘ For the Relief of Insolvent Debt-
“And I further order and direct that notice of the
contents of this order be published in the • w-ett»
M Inuixotlacan awspaper published at Saint Paul, in
said county of Ramsey, the seat of Government of said
Territory of Minnesota, once In each week for ten (in)
weeks auccesatvely; and also, that notice as aforesaid,
be published once In each week for ten (10) weeks euc
‘ £* Dil ng Blate Republican,’ a newspaper
published at the City ot Lansing, the seat of Govern.
°. f the u ? t ? te J of Michigan; and also, that said
notice be published once in each week for ten weeks
succMsively, In the Albany Argus and Atlas, a newspaper
published in the City of Albany, in the State of New York
the seat of Government of said State.”
In pursuance of said order, notice is herebv given
that John B, Livingston, of the City of St. Paul, in said
county of Ramsey, and Territory of Minnesota, aninsolv
ent debtor, has filed In the office of the Clerk of the District
Court In and for the second Judicial District, iu the
county of Ramsey aforesaid, at St Paui, in said County,
h'.s application for a discharge from his debts, pursuant
to the Statutes in auch case made and provided, and
that each and every of the creditors of said Insolvent
debtor, (John R. Livingston,) are hereby notified and re
quired to show cause, If any they have, before me, at
my chambers at the Capitol, in the City of St Paul, in
said County of Ramsey, and Territory of Minnesota, on
the sixth (6th) day (of July, A. D, 1867, at ten
(10) o’clock In the forenoon of that day, why an as
signment of said insolvents estate should not be made,
and he be discharged from his debts, as prayed for by
said oetltloDer.
Notice first published March 20, 1857. Creditors to
appear before his Honor, Moses Sherburne, Judge of the
Second Judicial District, in and for the County of Ram
sey, in the Territnry of Minnesota, at his Chambers in tiie
Capitol, iu the City of St. Paul, County of Ramsey afore
said, on the sixtieth) day of July, A.D. 1857, at ten (10)
o’clock in the forenoon of that day, to show cause, if any
they baye, why an assignment should not he made of said
Insolvents Bota t e and ho be discharged from his debts.
Amies, Vak Ether ft Ovkiukm, Attorneys for Insolvent.
St. Paul, M, T„ March 17, 1857.
Si A LK on MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
) In pursuance of, and by virtue of a Judgment and
Decree of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Minne
sota, rendered and made at the January Term of said
Court, held at the Capital, in the City of Saint Paul, in
said Territory, on the :19th day of January, A. D. la.lT,
in an action pending In the said Supreme Court, wherein
William llrewster, and Emily L. Brewster, Ills wife. Mi
chael Hickey, Patrick Donovan, Isaac Dixon, Alpheus
G. Fuller, Mary Richaydsun, (i verge Fuller, Joseph E.
Fullerton, and Richard p. Mood and Josiuli Bacon,
Lewis W. Hayward, Benjamin V. Marsh, Hart A. Leavitt
and Edward V. Townsend, partners, under the name and
firm of •* Wood, Bacon A C 0.,” are Plaintiffs in Error,
and William Wakefield is Defendant in Error, which ac
tion was brought for the foreclosure of a certain Mort
gage upon the premises hereinafter described, which
judgment and decree was rendered and made in favor of
the said IVllliam Wakefield, Defendant in Error therein,
for the sum of Twelve Thousand Five Hundred ami
Ninety.seven Dollars and Eighty-nine Cents (fl2c'9T-89)
and ujioii *'hull th.< said »u,ii of ♦ i-J.agl o 9 now remains
due to the said William W'akeQeld, Defendant In Error,
with Interest thereon from the date of said judgment and
decree.
I, Aaron W. Tullis, Sheriff of the County of Ramsey,
in the Territory of Minnesota, will expose for sale, ut
Public Auction, and sell in separate parcels to the high
est bidder for cash, at tire front door of the Court House,
in tlie City of St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey afore
said, on the twenty-sedbnd day of April next, (1817.) at
ten o'clock •“ forpnopn of that day, the Real Estate
and premises directed in and by Ihe said judgment and
decree to be sold, and described therein as follows, via :
Certain lands and real estate lying, situated and being
in the County' of Ramsey, ami Territory of Minnesota,
and '.escribed as follows, that is to say :—Beginning at a
stake thirteen (IS) chains and eighty-three (*8) links
west from the centre of Section number thirty-one, pill
iu Township number twenty-nine, (29) North if Rnr-f.
twenty-two (22) West; thence north eighty-nine (-!<)
degrees and thirty (801 minutes west, six (fi) chains and
twenty-one (21) links to a post • thence uor*h fifteen (1.1)
minutes west, eight (3) chains and thirty o ielit and one
fourth links to a post, thence north seventy (To)
degrees seven (T) minutes and fifteen (1.1) seconds earl,
one chain and thirty-two and two-thirds (82;)) links so
apes!; then soutli forty (40) degrees east, nine (9)
chains and eighty-two (82) links to a post on Yetai’s
line; thence south forty-three(4Bl degrees and forty (to)
minutes west, one (1) chain and ninety (90) links to the
place of beginning, containing four and nineteen-lun
dreth (419-P'O) acres more or less. And also, the* w est
half oi the north-west quarter of Section number thirty
one, (81) in Township number twenty-nine, (20) North of
Range twenty-two (221 West, containing verity (70)
acres and twenty six (2li ; on, hupdreths of an acre, to
gether with ell the hereditaments and appurtenances
thereon, or thereunto in anywise appertaining, or so
much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the judg
ment and decree aforesaid, together with tire interest
thereon, and costs of the sale.
Dated Ft. Paul, Mareli U, ISBT.
Aues & Van Ettks, Atty’s for Defendant in Error.
A. W. TULLIS, Sheriff,
marl4-w6w , By J. IV. Pi-.inue. Deputy.
T TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA, Coun-
TY OK RAMSEY, DISTRICT COURT, SECOND
District. —Charles \V Borup, Clmfles H. Makes, Napo
leon J. T. I>ana and Alexander Farribault, Co-partm rs,
under the name of Uorup A Oakes, ayainnt Thomas
Moulton, and “ Green k Cressett.” To the above named
Defendants, “Green A Crossett.”—You anil each of you
are hereby summoned and required to answer tlie com
plaint in this action, which has been filed in the Office of
tlie Clerk of the District Court for Ramsey County afore
said, and to serve a copy of your answer to tlie said
complaint on the subscribers, at their Office in the City
of Baint Paul, in said County, within twenty days after
tlie service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the said complaint as aforesaid,
tlie Plaintiffs will take judgment again; yuu for Hie sum
of jje; eiuv-n uuiulred aiui teveri Dollars anil Peventy-
Kvven Cents principal, with interest on tlie mm of
♦9.10 89, at tlie rate of ten per cent per annum from
January 12, 1861, ami interest on the further sum of
♦730 88, at the rate of seven per cent per annum from
tlie 12th day of January, A. D. 1857, besides Hie costs of
this action.
Ames A Van Ftten, Plaintiff’s Attorneys.
Dated January 20,1857. m:ir7-v Gw
Territory of Minnesota, dis
trict COURT, COUNTY OF RAMSEY. SECOND
Judicial District.—John Eason against Edward H. Haw ke.
—Vo f.dw-td 41. llawke, Defendant: In the
name of the United States, you are hereby summoned
and required to answer the complaint in' this action,
which complaint has been filed in the Office of the Clerk
of the District Court In the County of Ramsey, in the
Second Judicial District aforesaid, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint on us, the subscri
bers, at our Office, in the City of Faint Paul, in said
County and Territory, within twenty days after the ser
vice of this summons on you, exclusive of thedsyof
suchstrvice; and if you fail in answer the said com
plaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this
action will take judgment against you for Die sum of
Five Jfut dred and One Dollars principal, together with
interest thereon from the twelfth (12th) day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1556, at the rate of thirty per cent per an
num, besides the costs of this action.
Ames, Van Ettkn A Officer. Plaintiff’s Attorneys.
Dateii at Ft. Paul, March 20, 1 857. nil,2s wtlw
r T , EIIRITOHY OF MINNESOTA, I’oun
-1 TY OF RAMSEY, DISTRICT COURT, SECOND
Judicial District. — Robert Miuiwy, Leonard liaight,
und Egbert it. UiUghf, partners under firm name of
Murray Haight A Co., aijtiiimt J. M. Collamer.— Sum
mons for a money demand on contract.
To the above named Defendant: Sir, you arc here
by summoned and required to answer the complaint
in this action, which lias been filed in the office of the
Clerk of the District Court of Ramsey County ufore.-aid,
at the Capitol, ami serve a copy of your answer on tin
subscribers at their gibe? i t i (fig city of ct. Paul, liamsey
County aforesaid, within twenty days after theservice
hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if
you fail to answer the complaint as aforesaid the Plain
tiff's will take judgment against you for the sum of Six
Hundred and Eighty-seven and 88-100 Dollars, (CsT
83-100) with interest from the 2sth day of October, one
thousand eight hundred and fifty six, besides the costs of
this action. SANBORN A FRENCH, PHTs Att’ys.
Dated Saint Paul, March 11th. 1857. mar2l-v.6
r PERRITOISY OF MINNESOTA, Rant-
A SKY COUNTY, DISTRICT COURT, 2d DISTRICT
—W. W. Treadwell, I Treadwell, John S. Perry and
Norton, partners under 1' • fi.in .n, 4 ue and style of
Treat,v/e|l, peery « is orton, againut Janies V. Colla
mer.—Summons fir a money demand on contract.—To
James M. Collamer, Defendant above named : Sir, you
are hereby summoned and required to answer the ci m
plaint in this action, which has been filed in the office oi
the Clerk of tin District Uourtof Ramsey County aft re
said, and serve a copy of your answer on the subscri
ber* at ihoir office i,t Saint Paul liamsey County afore
said within twenty days nfter the service hereof, exclu
sive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer
the complaint as aforesaid the Plaintiffs will take judg
ment against you for the stun of One Thousand Seven
Hundred and Twenty-five 38-100 Dollars, with Interest
from the 10th day of August, one thousand glguv hundred
and fifty-six. 1 cod ~i ihts'action.
OASBonx A Fri:soii, Plaintiff’s Attorneys.
Dated Faint Paul, March 12.1957. mar2l-w6w
TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA, Ram
-1 SEY COUNTY, DISTRICT COURT, 2d DISTRICT.
1.. Newberry, M. L. Filhry and Wosweil. partners, under
firm name of Newberry, Fillery A \Ve«wcll, against
James M. Collamer.—To 'he above named Defendant :
You are hereby summoned and required to answer the
complaint of the Plaintiffs in this action, which has beep
filed in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court for
the County of Ratnsey aforesaid, ami to serve a copy of
your answer to the same on the subscribers, at their
Office, in the City of Saint Paul, Ramsey County afore
said. within twenty days after the service hereof - ami if
you fail to answer the said complaint within the time
aforesaid, the Plaintiffs will take judgment against vou
for the sum of Eleven Hundred and Forty-three 70-100
Dollars, and interest thereon frqm and since the 15th dav
the costs and disbursements of
th o. 3 » t ' . .. SANBORN A FRENCH, PHTs Att’vs.
St. Paul, March 11,1t557. ap4-wCw
S^SLoK?COUNTT-j7c"*M?i!fMll®?
Cocrt, Hast Judicial DtsraicT.AVilliam 11. C. Folsom
against Janies Smith.—By virtue of an Execution is
sued out of and under the Seal of the District Court
in and for the County of Ghiaago,. and Territory afore
aatd, upon a judgment rendered and docketed in said
District Court on the 26th day of February, 1867 in
an action wherein the above namtd William H ’ r
Folsom is Plaintiff, and'the above named James Smith Is
Defendant, in favor of aaid Plaintiff and against said
I !t f n’ < ii* nt ’ for , tl i, < : ,uni of Beven Hundred and Twenty
six Dollars and Seventy Cents, (»726 70 A dam.*—.X.
costa. I have levied on one undivided half of the fol
lowing described piece* or parcels of land, to wit • The
half^l the “orth-e*»t quarter, the south-east quarter
sl l'h "l r h '* a !, t quart ; r ’ the north-east quarto?"the
OMrtir?ff2.etb^ r ; “ d . the n#rth h »*f of the south-east
" t .u enty ' tW0 ’ »»d «>e north-west
"outh-weat quarter of Section twenty
iwentV < .on , e(2T) 0 W«,' P North of Range
~ therefore, notice h hereby given, that I will sell
the said above described real estate, together with the
hereditaments thereunto belonging, to the highest bidder
for cash, at public auction, at the Chisago House, in the
Town of Taylor's Falla, in said County of Chisago, on
Saturday, the ninth day of May, 1967, at two o’clock In ,
the afternoon, to satisfy the said execution, together I
with the interests and costs thereon.
ASSELL SMITH. Sheriff of Chisago County. I
w. H. Rust, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated March 10.1957. m! 71-wCw*
LEGAL NOTICES.
Notice or application for the
discharge of an insolvent from his debts pursuant
to the provisions of Chapter 89 of the Revised ctaiutes of
the territory of Minnesota, entitled “ of relief of insolv
cut debtors.” In the matter of the application of William
Pieipout Tanner, an insolvent debtor, to be discharged
I from his debts pursuant to Chapter 89 of the Revised
Statute* of the 1 erritory of Minnesota. In the District
j Vi" rt of the firtt Judicial District of the Territory of
i , , l ! “ tsotll > n «m. for the County of Goodhue. The nan <■
•It rlf is Williatß Plerpont Tanner, who resides
of Mltomou n the COlln,3r of Ooo ' ,hu *' *ml Territory
Weekly THuueior £r,t Plication of this notice in He
1 mao*. The pla. e appointed « ,
chambers of the aforesaid Chief Ju-ticVu t-™! iv’ **“
the said County cf Goodhue, and the time &'h
KSSi.** 1 ’" J "“ «•*
W. Colville. Jr., Attorney for Insolvent
Dated Red Witg, March 7th, 18-17. mar. 14-wli/w.
VJOTICE of APPLICATION FOR THE
J.l diachargeof an Insolvent from bis debts, pursuant to
tlie provisions of Chap. 89 of the Revised Statutes of the
Territory of Minnesota, entitled “ Of Relief of Insolvent
Debtors.” In the matter of the application of William
L. Ames, an insolvent debtor, to be discharged from his
debts, pursuant to Chapter 89 of the Revised Statutes of
the Territory of Minnesota. In the District Court of the
pecond Judicial iMstrict of the Territory of Minnesota ; n
and for the County of Ramsey. The name of the appli
cant is William L. Ames, who resides at fit. Paul, in the
County ofßamse. , Minnesota Territory. The date of the
first publication of this notice at fit. Paul, the seat of
Government of the Territory of Minnesota, and Jhe
county wherein the insolvent resides, iu the Weekly Min
nesotian, is the 6th day of December, A. D. 18.16, The
name of the officer before whom the creditors of the in
solvent are required to appear, is Moses Sherburne,
Judge of the District Court, Second Judicial District of
the rerritory of Minnesota. Tlie place appointed for
such appearance is the Chambers of the aforesaid Judsre.
at the Capitol, in said City of £»t. Paul, and the time
for BUch appearance is the 17th day of March, A D
at ten o'clock, A. M. of that day.
Brisbin k Bigelow, Attorneys for Insolvent.
I) ited St. Paul. December 3,18.06. * dec6-wtd
IVI SALE.-DEFAILT HAV
l«b been made in the payment of the principal
and interest, secured to be paid by a certain Mortgage,
executed and delivered by William Wallace, Mortgagor,
of the County of Carver, to David Cooper, of the City
of fit. Paul, Mortgagee, bearing date tiie third day of
M;i}, A. D. 18v>6; which said Mortgage was given on the
following described premises, to wit Tlie south half of
the north-west qi arter and the north half of the south
west quarter of Section number twenty, (20) in Township
number one hundred and fourteen, (114) North of Range
number twenty-four (24) West, containg one hundred
and sixty acres, and situate, lying and being in tlie
County of Carvel and Territory of Minnesota ; and w hicli
said Mortgage contains a power of sale, by advertise
ment, to said Mo'tgagee, his executors, administrate r
and assigns; and which said Mortgage was duly recorded
in tlie Office of ihe Register of Deeds, in and for the
said County of Carver and Territory aforesaid, on the
sixteenth day of May. A. 1). 1*56, at one o’clock, P. M.
of said day, in Book“B,” on pages 10, 11 and 12 ; on
"Inch said Mortgage there 1. claimed to be due at ihe
date of this notice the sum of One Hundred and Fiftv
Dollars, with interest thereon at tiie rate of five i.-'r
cent per month since the said third day of May, A. D.
1 ''•ld; and no suit or proceeding at law having been in
stituted to recover tlie debt secured by said Mortgage,
nor any part thereof: Xutr. therefore. Notice is herebv
given that, by virtue of said power of sale, in said Mort
gage contained, anil pursuant to tlie .Statute in such case.
made and provided, the said Mortgage will lie foreclosed,
b.v a sale of tlie mortgaged premises, therein un.l herein
before described, at public vendue, to tin- Uighe.-t bidder
at the Office of the Register of Deeds, iu the Tow n ui
Cliaska, in said County of Carver, on fiaturdav. the six
teenth (16th) dav i f May, A. M. 1661, at two o’clock, r.M.
of said day. DAVID COOPER, Mortgagee.
Stint Paul, March 28. 1867. mh2B-»6w
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
BY virtue of a License of tin- Probate Court of Rain.
sey, this day issued to me, I will sell at Public Auc
tion, to tlie bight -t bidder, at tiie front dver of the four-,
House, in the City of fit. Paul, Rntnjev'County. Minne
sota, on Monday, the 27th d-t April mix at eleven,
o'clock, A. M., ti e following described real <-ia'.e, viz :
The west half of .h;- north-west quarter and the weed half
! the south-west .piarter of Section numbered twenty
five, (25) in fowl.-hip numbered twenty-nine. (29) North
of Range numbered twenty-three i> Weal ot the 4rb
principal meridian, containing ICtTacre:-. according to
Government surveys. This land fronts on, -eight id a
inilo oil the City limits. ’I erms of sale : one-tidy;! of pur-
T.ase money to lie paid on delivery of Sred -the re
nKinder to run t iree years from day pf salg, w ith revet,
..... r „... mterest -trd to h„ --C'.r.d hv ■-d a- ,vt
-age on tiie p,uE i«vi o.sl 'ihe a wewiilneaold as tl*q
pi- perty of 1ie,.,, n. TiMen, dec-a.-td.
DANIEL UOKRER.
Administrator of :he Estate of Henry L.Tildni,(incensed,
fit. Paul. March 7, I*l7. marlO-datr
United State* Disf rift Court, Second Jt>
divial Diktriet, liainsey Coiiiity.
PERSIA B.TIKiMPSOX against MAY JANE THOMP
SON. fiumn Oi.s for relief.—To the above-nan ed de
fen lant.—You a.-.- hereby sunmioned and required to an
swer the coraplamt in this action, of which a cooy ij
herewith filed in the ofiice of the Clerk oi this Court for
me', county of R-vmsev, aa.i ,o erve a copy of year an
-vv ' r to the s:,id i.o:n[i!aint on the subscril.ers at their of.
lice, at fit. Paul, in said County, within twenty days af-
Irr the service iiereof, exclusive of tiie day of such
-eryice ; and ii you foil to answer the said complaint
vvltldn the time r forisahl, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to tlie Court for tlie relief demanded in Hie com
, „ HA, ' E & PALMER. Plaintiff's Attornev s.
Dated St. Paul. 19th March. 1557. mh2l-w*v
Territory DMrlrl c ourt,
UaniKcy County 2d District 1
WILLIAM B. LANGLEY WJinst 3AMUFL A. STUB.
TEY'ANT. -fi jinuions.—To Samuel A. St-urteva, t.
—Y ou are hereby fiitiimoned and required tea, swtr
the complaint in this action, which complaint has he. n
duly filed iu the ether of the Cltrk of the Dittr ct Court
for the fiecor.d Judicial District ami Countv aforesaid
and to serve a Copy of your answer to the' said com
plaint on Ihe subscriber, at ids office, in tlie City of Saint
Paul, in said County of R:uu.-ey. within twentv davs af
ter the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such see
vice; and if you fail to answer the sn'id complain’,
within the time aforesaid, tiie plaintiff in this aoJoL
will take judgment against you for the sum of one hun
dr.d and two dollars, with the Intere.t thereon from and
since the 19th dev of January, A. v >. r*sii, at the rate
o, six per oeu,. per annum, besides the costs of this
action.
mli2l-w6w HARVEY OFFICER. Pl’iTs Att\v.
\fINNE-HA-HA SALOON AND RES
TALUANT, Third Street, Saint Paul.—The Pro
prietor having \ one to considerable expense in fitting
up a first clast* Saloon* and Kati.no House, respectfully
announce that ho is dov prepued to kh'c up eTery
tiimg in the eating line, to compare with any eatig
house west of New York, lie is ip cyi, .ant receipt of
oysters in the can ; n!so, all ike game of the country.—
Meals served Ui> ail hours. Lunch at II e. M., and at
10 e. u.
I>ecl7-dawtf
E. A. BIPSELL, Pro
UEEDS AND SHHI'BBKRY.-lIAVING
LJ purchased the entire interest of Amasa Masob in
tlie SEED STORK on Robert, between Fourthand Fifth
Street*, St. Paul, I am enabled to offer superior induce,
ments to Farmers and Dealers, in connection with which
I am prepared to furnish Fruit and Shade Tvcaj and Uw
tiameutal Shrubbery, from the celeVtatad Nursery of
Mason & Lovering, Buffaln ,hm, for sale in hulk, Oils
Paints, Varnishes aW Window Glas, French an.l Ameri
cnn. Orders addressed to Wm. 11. Morton, Robert St.,
or Morton A Pace, Druggists, Third Street, St. Paul, will
meet with prompt attention.
marlD-dawtf WM. 11. MORTON. •
PRIVATE MKDIt'AI, TREATISE ON
VIKW OF map* * A l g*? qiC j* L '
if Rook ever published, and contain
- Fifty cents or Dollar Piiblientlons.
, j der» and i'lfiniiipcs bf cmith and maturity, ros'iltm"
i j ftom excesses which destroy the physical and menial
r powers; observations on marriage, its duties and dis
t- | iiualineations, Ac., illustrating the anatomy and phvsi
f "h E.v, and diseases of the reproiiuctive organs of both
- sexes, their structures, uses and functions. A popular
t and comprehensive treatise „n the duties and ca ralith ,
r of single ami married lib—happy ami fruitful alliances,
- n ‘°«e ot securing them—infelicitous ami ii fertile ones—
f their obviation and removal—important hints to .kasc
contemplating matrimony, that will oveiccui- obiecttori
5 to it; none, however, should take t!.i important step
w.thout first consulting its . comme.tarivs on the
diseases and mod.-,! ir.atihent of females from infai “
• to oh! each casi graphically illustrated bv beautiful
* lithograph plates; nervous debility, its causes and cure
I by a process at once so simple, sate and eiiectuai ihn’
■ failure is impossible; rules f..r daily inanagenuTt •**»>!
ssay on bp. rmatorrna with practi. ai ohservati.u s J
■ S iler and more successful mode of treatment; piecsu
; on ary hints ot, the Injury resulting fr,
’r- * >:Sy - 0I ? al! ,!;s ‘ Rß ‘s arising lrcm it.niscre.
t.on.w.tn plain rules I>,- wtiirf, a.i
can cure bcms.lve- wifi,out mercury —retntoie- lr
in. se self-inflicted n..series and disappointed hopes so
■ '* i tl**. ,u *njed, and those contemplaiing mar
ru,t. Its pera"al particularly rectntn tni eri to i.er
-1 | s „:s enterwjuiug secret doubts of their physical condi
■ | who are conscious of hav ntr hazarded ,k„
1 j health, happiness and privilege toThich even Una*
N. B.—Those who prefer may consult Dr La Croix
upon anv of the diseases upon which hU brok treats
either peraonaU,- or by mail, l-h, medicines rften cure
" sho r of «‘v a*,-s, anil coti.pu.Hy and en'-
tfri ly eradicate'.cl traces of those disorders Vhich ~
pavia and oulh Ulmvc so l..ng been n ■ antidot-, to the
rum of the health of the path.nt. Ills « French ”
is the great continents! remedy f-r that c’-ss o r -
den, which unfortunately physicians treat with cJ.x
, to the irretrievable destruction of ‘.lie nsti.-it’s cli »i ;u
--tmn, and which all the sarsaparilla in tlm world cr. .no\
Dr. La Croix’s arc free from ail n.h.tral i
poisons, and[pul up hi a neat and compi t f.-.m wl ,k)i
can be sent by Express or Mail, and may he i.iken in a
pun lie or private house, or while traveling, without ex’*
posure to the most Intimate friend or n- m i, ale, or hin
drance from business or study, cr.d no important change
in the diet it necessary. Medicines sent to any par; of
the Union according to directions, safely and carefully
secured from observation. Office removed from No }'a
Beaver Street, to 81, Maiden Lane, near Broadway
Albany, New York. _ apll-wtf* T
RICH’S SALAWANBER SAVES,
WILDf IPS PaTL A T.
—■■». A large assort men i ( f
{V Safes of various Mae- and
| patterns, with and wllu
I ° ut Powder proof looks.
I f° r 84 16 *t the depot 1 U
I Watei st., New y oi a, *
I Burglar-procj Bank
I Vaults and vault doosa
I madg to order.
I ® T ® AR NS & MARVIN
I (Late of Stear*i 4- ('*
I successors to Rich 4- Co>
I 146 Water st., and cor.
I Avenue A and St. Maik-
I et Place, N. T.. f j
I Proprietors of Rich’* I 4.
f tent, and the only makers
* of Salamander Safe coat
blng Wilder and Rich’s Patens. WM. CONSTANT
LU .TIBER ! LUMBER ! *
RRT’* have recently purchased the Steam Saw Afti
▼ V at Lakeland and put It in good repair, and are
now manufacturing all kinds of Lumber and have «n
m?' 1 A 1 * rR * which we will sell low for cash.
All orders promptly attended to.
•T ;ly fi,v,-4aj ITEriVOOD, TOrNfi ffi.
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