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QATH 0A R T & CO
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR Spring and Summer STOCK OP STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, WHICn THEY OFFER TO THEIR CUSTOMERS At UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES THE ATTENTION OF CASH BUYERS Is Respectfully Solicited, as they feel coufident in say lug, that NO OTHER HOUSE IN MINNESOTA CAN COMPETE WITH THEM IN Quantity, Quality, Styles OR PRICKS] COUNTRY MERCHANTS Will be supplied at the LOWEST POSSIBLE ADVANCE FROM NEW YORK PRICES! All Orders will be promptly filled by one of the Firm who will give his SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE W holesale Trade DO NOT FORGET TO CALL WHERE GOODS ARE ALWAYS SHOWN FRRELY AT PRICES WHICH SELDOM FAIL TO INSURE SALES BY CATHCART & CO. April 28, 1859. ap2S-daw gEE AT REDUCTION D. YV. Ingersoll & Co. HAVE CONCLUDED TO REDUCE THEIR PRICES UPON GOODS NOW IN STORE TO UNPRECEDENTED LOW RATES. Printed Calico from 5% to 10 cents per yard “ Lawns “ 6 to 12% “ “ Brown Sheetings from 6J4 to 10 “• “ Demins “ “ 9 to 12% “ AND TIIEV OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICES. AND CHARGES, WHICH WILL MAKE THIS THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY EVER BEFORE OFFERED FOR THE PURCHASE OF DRY GOODS. Country Merchants will find this the place to make their purchases upon those terms. It is well known that our Stock is one of the most ex tensive in all Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ever offered in Minnesota. We will sell upon these terms uDtil the arrival of our Fall and Winter Stock. D. W. INGERSOLL & CO., Corner of Wabashaw and Third streets, St. Paul, jy3l-d2m Minnesota. w.KIT T S O N HAS THE PLEASURE OF INFORMING HI FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY, THAT HE IS NOW OPENINGTHE FINEST ASSORTMENT -OF— STAPLE AND FANCY DRY Gr O O D S EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY AND WHICH HE IS NOW OFFERING CHEAP FOR CASH. THE ATTENTION OF COUNTRY MERCHANTS S PARTICULARLY REQUESTED TO HIS STOCK AS HE IS CONFIDENT HE CAN GIVE THEM BARGAINS NEVER BEFORE OFFERED WEST O F NEW YORK. N. W. KITTSON, »P 23 Hayward’s Block Third Street. J> E C T I FYI NG HOUSE SHEEHY & BROTHER, (Late of Louisville, Ky.,) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, CIGARS, GROCERIES, AND QUICK YEAST MANUFACTURERS. Also an article of Burning Fluid, warranted not to • x plode. A large quantity of Kentucky copper-distilled Whisky always on hand. ROBERT STREET (Between Fourth and Fifth Streets, St. Paul,) Dealers will find it their interest to give us a call be* fore purchasing elsewhere, as we are satisfied, from our experience in the business, that no other bouse In the city can do better for Dealers. may2l-dAwly g A I N T PAUL IRON STORE NICOLS & BERKEY. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Iron. Nails and. Steel, PLOWS, AXF.B, SPRINGS, AXLES, ANVILB, VICEB, BELLOWS, AND ALL HEAVY HARDWARE. Also, Printing Paper, Window Glass, Vulcanized Rub ber, Leather Belting, Grindstones, Pittsburgh Coal, Ac. WABASH AW BTREET ST. PAUL. Agents for J. C. Herring 4* Co.’s, and G. A M. Heitzs Fire Proof Safe s jan3-w pH ARLES T. OURTIS, ATTORNEY \J AND COC NSELLOR AT LAW,Anoka, Minnesota. novl6-wly ST. JOSEPH’S ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE SIS TERS OF ST. JOSEPH—ST. PAUL, MINN. This Institution will be opened for the reception of Pupils on Monday, September sth. It will be under the auspices and special direction of the Right Rev. T. L. Grace, Bishop of St. Paul. The bu'ldings are pleasantly situated in a healthy and retired part of the 0 ity. The chief edifice is of stone, three stories high, with galleries to each ftory, running the whole length of the building. The interior arrangements have been made with a view to its use as an academy. The study room and dormitories are large, commodious and well ven tilated. The grounds are handsomely ornamented, and afford ample room for recreation and the healthful exer cise of the pupils. The system will be the same as that pursued In other Catholic institutions, comprising all the departments of education -moral and intellectual culture, refinement of mauuers and physical improvement. The course of studies will embrace all the branches, useful and orna mental, that are usually taught. The government will be mild and parental, but firm and uniform, while the strictest attention will be given to the health, contort and wants of the pupils. The annual term is divided into two sessions of five months each ; the first commencing on the first Monday in September, and the second on the first Monday in Feb ruary. Examinations will he held every two months, and the results communicated to parents by bulletins. The annual term will close with a publ c exhibition in the latter part of J uiie. Terms per Session—Payable half session in advance. Boatrt and Tuition in any or all of the following branches: Reading, Writing, Grammar, Geography, History, Arithmetic, V athematics, Geometry, Physical Sciences, Moral and lutellectual Philosophy—sso, ICO, and $65, ac cording to age and class of Pupil. For Day Scholars, $6, SB, and $lO, according to age and class of Pupil. EXTRA CHARGES. French and German, each $lO 00 Music on Piano, ' “ 20 00 “ on Guitar, “ HO 00 Use of Instruments 5 00 Drawing and Painting 10 00 Bed and Bedding 5 00 Washing 10 00 Stationery 3 00 This Institution is Catholic, but as its object is to afford educational advantages, irrespective of religious creeds, nointluence beyond that object will be exercised. Order and regularity only will require attendance at Divine Service ouSundays. (Letters to be addressed to, “ The Mother Superior of St. Joseph’s Academy, St Paul, Minn.” aug26 diw2m -\rORTGAGE SALE WHEREAS 111 default has been made in the condition of a certain mortgage bearing date the seventeenth day of December, A.l). 1856, executed and delivered by John M Oastner, of Ramsey county, Minnesota, to John Francis Baasen, of the city and county of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, whereby said John M Castner did grant, bargain sell and convey to the said John Francis Baasen, his heirs and assigns for ever, all those tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the county of Ramsey, Minnesota, described as follows to wit : Commencing at a point one hundred and twelve feet from the corner of Cedar, and Fourth stieetg; thence easterly from Cedar street fifty (50) feet ; thence north erly, tnirty-eight (38) feet; thence westerly to Cedar street, fifty (50) feet ; thence in a southerly direction, along the line of said Cedar street, thirty-eight (38) feet to the place of beginning, intending hereby to convey 38 feet fronton Cedar street, and 50 leet deep, being the rear of lot No. seven (',), in block No. nineteen (19) St. Paul Proper, according to the recorded plat thereof in the ollice of the Register of Deeds of Ramsey county. Also the west half of the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section No. fourteen (14), in town ship No. twenty-eight (28), north of range No. twenty-two  west, containing twenty [2o] acres, with all the here ditaments*and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, to secure the payment to the said John Francis Baasen, his heirs, executors, adminis trators and assigns ef the-sitm of eleven hundred dollars [SlllO 00], and tLe interest thereon, according to the con ditions aud terms of a certain promissory note executed and delivered by the said John M. Castner to the said John Francis Baasen, bearing even date with .said mort gage, which said mortgage was duly acknowledged, and was recorded in the office of the Register of Heeds of tlainsey county, on the 17th day of December, A. D. 1856 at 11% o’clock A. M. in book H of Mortgages, pages 305, 306 aud 307. And whereas there is now claimed to be due, and is due at the date of this notice, upon said note mentioned in said mortgage, and upon said morigage, the sum of nineteen hundred 25 100 dollars [sl9oo 25-100] And no suit or proceedings at law or otherwise having been had to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part hereof— Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale conta ned in said mortgage, and pursu ant to the statute in such case made and provided, the above-described mortgaged premises will be sold at pub lic auction to the highest bidder tor cash, on the 22d day of October, A. 1). 1859, at ten o'cloek A. M. of that day, at the front door of the Court House of Ramsey county aforesaid, in the city of Faint Paul, to satisfy and pay the amount due upou sa d note and mortgage, ana the costs and expenses by law allowed. Dated St. Paul, August 25, 1859. J. F. BAASEN, Mortgagee. A. Gibebton, Agent. &ug27-w6w Mortgage sale whereas, detault has been mtide In the conditions of a cer tain mortgage bearing date the thirtieth day of Decem ber, A. D. 1856, executed and delivered by Edward Mc- Nellis, and Catherine, his wife, of the county of Ramsey, Minnesota, to John Francis Baasen, of the city and county of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, whereby the said Ed ward'McNeills, and Catherine his wife, did grant.bar fain, sell and convey to the said John Francis Baasen, is heirs and assigns for ever, all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Ramsey, Minneso ta, to wit: The west half of lot No. fifteen [ls], In block No. six , of Winslow’s additiou to St. Paul, according to the recorded plat thereof in the office of the Regi ter of Deeds of the said Ramsey county, with all the heredita ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or tn any wise appertaining, to secure the payment to the said John Francis Baasen, his heirs, executors, administrators and essigns, of the sum of one hundred and seventy dollars [SI7U UO-IUO], and the interest ther. on, according to the conditions and terms of a certain promissory note, exe cuted and delivered by said Edward McXellis to the said John Francis Baasen, bearing even date with said mmtgage, which said mortgage was duly acknowledged, and was recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Ramsey county on the 13th day of January, A. D. 1857, at 2)4 o’clock P. M., in booK I of Mortgages, pages 142 and 143, aud upon which said mortgage there has been paid the sum of fifty 90-100 dollars [$5U 90-100], And wlereas there is now claimed to be due, and is due,at the date of this notice, upon the said note men tioned in said mortgage, and upon said mortgage, the sum of two hundred aud forty 85-100 dollars [s24o 85-100], And no suit or proceedings at law or otherwise having been had to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof— Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale contained in e aid mortgage, and pursu ant to the statute tn such cases made and provided, the above-described mortgaged premises will be sold at pub lic auction l to the highest bidder for cash, on the 22d day of October, A. D. 1859, at ten o’clock A, M. of that day, at th« front door of the Court House of Ramsey county, in the city of St. Paul, to satisfy and pay the amount due upou said note aud morigage, aud the costs and expenses by law allowed. Dated St- Paul, August 251 b, 1859. J. F. BAASEN, Mortgagee. A. Gibebton, Agent. aug27-w6w SHERIFF’S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF an execution issued out of and under the seal of the District Court, in and for the county of Faribault, State of Minnesota, upon a judgment filed and docketed in said Court ou the 17th day of June. A. D. 1859, at ten o’clock A. M., in an action wherein Charles N. Hender son and Charles M. Henderson are plaintiffs, and Edwin A Haskell and Charles H. Haskell are defendant-, in ravor of the said plaintiff's and against the said defendants for the sum of sixteen hundred and seven y-two dollars and eighty-six cents, $1,672 86—and fifty-seven dollars and eighty-nine cents, $57 89—with interest from the said 17th day of June, A.D. 1859, on the 24th day of De cember, I levied upon the following described real prop erty, to wit : The S E, l 4 of the SE % sec 11, and the SW% of the S W % sec 12, and the N E % of the N E % of section four teen—l4—and the northwest quarter, %—of the sou h west quarter—%—of section thirteen—l3—township one hundred and two—lo2—north of range twenty-seven Also, the north half— %—of the southwest quarter, %, of section four—4—and the southeast quarter—%—of the northeast quarter—%—of section five—s—and the north east quarter, %, of the southeast quarter of section five, 5, township one hundred and one, 101, north of rauge twenty-seven, 27, west. Also, the southeast quater, %, of section twenty-three, 23, township one hundrr and three, 103. north of range, twenty-eight west. Also, lot one, 1, of section seventeen, 17 ; lot four, 4, of section eight, 8, and the south half of the southwest quar ter, %,of section nine, township one hundred and two, 102, north of range twenty-four, 24, west. Notice is hereby given that I will sell the above de scribed premises and property on Saturday, the 15th day of October, A. D. 1859, at 10 o’clock In the forenoon of that day, to the highest bidder, at the door of the office of Register of Deeds 01 Faribault County, to satisfy said ex ecution, together with Interest and costs thereon. G. h. GOODNOW, Sheriff of Faribault County. Dated Blue Earth City, August 17,1861. Jaues B. Wakefield, Attorney for Plaintiff. sept2-w6w JRON AND HARDWARE J. B. BRADEN, WHOLESALE DEALER IN IRON, NAILS, STEEL, SPRINGS, AXLES, ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS, AXES, HOES, FORKS, RAKES, CHAINS, PLOWS, 4c. An assortment of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE GENERALLY. Window Glass and Sash, Leather Belting, Sheet Lead, Zinc and Iron, Lead Pipe, Wagon Boxes, Null and Washers. STEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILLS, PITTSBURGH GOAL, 4c. Agent for Burke 4 Bame’a Fire Proof Safes. Thihd Strut St. Paul mayls-d3mAw6m T?ARMING LAND IN RAMSEY JD County for sale. Lot* one and two. section 15, Township 30, and Range 22, in Ramsey county, contain ing 103% acres, will be sold cheap for cash. For further P^^& O % ONNER Mitchel, County of Perth, Canada West, or at the office of the Pioneer 4 Democrat, St. Paul. ]e23-wßm THE WEEKLY PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. JJOOTS AND SHOES. WM. J. SMITH &c CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, ARE A BRANCH OF AN EXTENSIVE SHOE HOUSE AT BOSTON, THE HEAD QUARTERS OF THE BOOT AND SHOE MARKET, From which we receive weekly consignments of goods at LOWER PRICES THAW HOST DIALERS IK NEW YORK, CHICAGO, OR SAINT LOUIS ARE COMPELLED TO PAT FOR THEM. This is the chief reason why we are selling Boots and Shoes TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AS LOW AS THEY CAN OBTAIN THEM IN ANY OF THE ABOVE CITIES. COUNTRY DEALERS ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE MAKING THEIR FALL PURCHASES, AND WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO GIVE THEM OUR PRICES. WM. J. SMITH & CO., Third street, St. Paul. attgll-dly piRST-CLASS INSURANCE, BY THE OF HARTFORD, CONN. INCORPORATED IN 1859—CHARTER PERPETUAL CASH CAPITAL $1,000,0000 ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED, WITH A SURPLUS OF $867,920,08, AND THE PRESTIGE OF THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS SUCCESS AND EXPERIENCE. ASSETS JANUARY IST, 1859. Cash in hand and Deposits tn Hartford Banks $209,180 38 Cash in transitand Agents’ hands 121,812 82 U. S. Treasury Notes 4% and 5 per cent, and accrued interest.. W. 682 12 Miscellaneous Investments 23,659 6 ® Real Estate unincumbered 65,638 26 Bills Receivable 4 »'U55 67 Market Value. 220 State Bonds 5 and 6 per cent. Interest an nuallv, SOU. S., lOTenn., 10 Ky., 50 Mo., 25 N.Y., 75 Ohio 219,675 CO 168 Bonds, 6, 7 and 10 per cent, interest aH nuallv 167,110 00 857 shares Railroad Stock 82,772 9? 50 shares Connecticut River Company 1,250 00 50 shares Waterbury Bank S ock 5,250 00 50 shares Stafford Springs Bank Stock 5,250 00 36 shares Providence Bank Stock 1,87 2 00 15 shares Jersey City Bank Stock 1,500 00 200 shares State of Missouri Bank Stock 20,600 00 2,855 shares Hartford Bank Stock 285,230 00 9,020 Bhares New Stock 661,400 00 100 shares United States Trust Co 11,300 00 160 shares N. Y. Life Insurance and Trusf Co. 24,750 00 $1,867,920 08 LIABILITIES. The amount of liabilities due or not due to Banks or other creditors None. Losses adjusted and not due None. Losses unadjusted in suspense, waiting fur ther proof, or contested 90, 4) $110,976 64 Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid. Up wards of sll 000,000 of Losses have been paid by th Alina Insurance Cempany in the past3B years. Ftrean Inland Navigation Risks accepted at terms consistent with solvency and fairprofit. Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings and Contents, for terms of one to five years. The progress of this Corporation has been stable and uninterrupted through seasons of financial sunshine snd storm, or periods eventful In pr exempt from sweeping conflagrations and maritime disaster. Being long estab lished on a cash basis, the troubles of the credit system affect us In no material particular. During “hard times” the security of reliable Insur ance is an imperative duty—the ability of property own ers to sustain loss being then much lessened. Agencies in all the principal cities and towns through out the B’ate. Policies Issued without delgy, by ap3o-wly THEO. FRENCH, Agent. St. Paul. RE ! FIRE !!—THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform the citizens of Anoka, Manomin, Si. Francis, Princeton, Monticelloand vicinity, hat he has been appointed Agent of the well-known jETNA FIRE AND INLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, At the town of Anoka, and is now prepared to do b nsiness through that Company. Anoka, August 18, 1869. . S. VARNEY, Agent, ang!9-wly Anoka. M. D. PHILLIPS, CHIEF CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESEN TATIVES OF MINNESOTA During the Session of 1849 and 1850 ; afterwards District Attorney of the Counties of Ramsey and Benton, and for the last five years connected with the General Land Of fice, has opened an office as an Attorney at Law and General Agent, at Washington, D. C. All business entrusted to him will receive prompt at tention. Business letters, except mere letters of inquiry, to re ceive attention, must be accompanied by a fee. Letters of inquiry must have enclosed one letter stamp. jy2l-w3m pORTABLJE ENGINES 6 H. P $675 00 7 H. P 60000 8 H. P 67500 12 H. P ; 840 00 15 H. P 95000 20 H. P 120000 25 H. P 136000 30 71. P 165000 36 H. P 200000 40 H. P 230000 J. C. HOADLEY, jy9 wlOt Lawrence, Maas. . Jg.u Y T H E Wamsntta Prints. THEY ARE THE BEST CALICOES YET OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE MONEY. WHOLHULB AOCMTS : DEFOREST, ARMSTRONG 4 CO., Je3o-w6m N w York. HOSTETTEK’S stomach BITTERS. In view ot the fact that every member of the human family is more er less subjected to some complaint, be tldes innumerable other conditions tn life, which, by the assistance of a little knowledge or exercise of summon sense, they may be able to to regulate their habits of diet, and with the assistance of a good tonic secure per manent health. In order to accomplish this desired ob ject, the true course to pursue Is certainly tba' which will produce a natural state of things at the least hazard of vital strength and life ; for this end Or. Hostetter has introduced to this country a preparation bearing his name, which at this day is not a new medicine, but one that has been tried for years, giving satisfaction to all who have used it, The Bitters operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels and liver restoring them to a healthy and vigorous action, and thus ny the simple pro cess of strengthening nature, enables the system to triumph over disease. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Nausea, Fla tulency, Loss of Appetite, or any Billons Complaints, arising tro-t a morbid inaction of the Stomach or Bowes, producing Cramps, Colic, Cholera Morbus, 4c., these Bitters have no equal. Diarrhoea, dyseutery or flux, so generally contracted by new settlers, and caused principally by the change of water and diet, will be speedily regulated by a brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia, a disease proba bly more prevalent, when taken In all its various forms than any other, the cause of which may always be at tributed to derangements of the digestive organs, can be cured without fall by using Hostetler’s Stomach Bitters, per directions on the bottle. For this disease every phy sician will recommend bitters of some kind, then why not use an article known to be intallible ? Every coun try hag their Bitters ss a preventive of disease and strengthening of the system in general, and among them all there Is not to be found a more healthy people than the Germans, from whom this preparation emanated, based upon scientific experiments which has attended to advance the destiny of this great preparation in the me dical scale of science. Fbvmb and Ague— This trying and provoking disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on the body of man, re ducing him to a mere shtSlow in a short space of time, and rendering him physically and mentally useless, can be defeated and driven from the body by the use of HOS TETTER’S RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, any of the above stated diseases cannot be contracted when ex posed to any ordinary conditions producing them, if the Bitterß are used at per directions. And aßit neither creates nausea nor offends the palate, and rendering un necesary any change of diet or interruption to usual pursuits, but promotes sound sleep and healthy diges tion, the complaint is thus removed as speedily as is con sistent with the production of a thorough and permanent cure. For Persons in advanced years, who are suffering from an enfeebled constitution and infirm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a restorative of strength and vigor, and needs only to be tried to be appreciated. And to a mother while nursing, these Bitters are indispensa ble, especially where the mother’s nourishment is inade quate to the demands of the child, consequently her strength must yield, and here it Is where a good tonic, such as Hostetter’B Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart temporary strength and vigor to the system. Ladies should by all means try this remedyl for all cases of de bility, and before so Cluing, a-k your physician, who, If he is acquainted with the virtue of the Bitters, will re commend their use in all cases of weakness. CAUTION—We caution the public against using any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but ask for Hus tetter’s Stomach Bitters, and see that each bottle has the words. " Dr. J. Hostetler’s Stomach Bitters,” blown on the side of the bottle, aud stamped on the metallic cap covering the cork, aud observe that our autograph gig nature is on the label. Prepared and sold by HOSTETTER 4 SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all druggists, grocers, and dealers generally, throughout the United States, Canada, South America and Germany. augl7-wly Af URTGAGE SALE. WHEREAS ill d fault has been made in the condition of an in denture of mortgage, dated on the nineteintli day of June, A I>., 1856, executed by Wilbur M. Hayward and Helen M. Hayward, his wife, to Jeremiah Mayo, and re corded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the coun ty of Chisago and State of Minnesota, on the sixteenth day of July, A. I). 1856, at 5 o’clock P.M., in book A of Mort gages, on pages 290 and 291, whereby sa d Wilbur M. Hayward, aud bis said wife, granted, bargained, sold and conveyed to said Mayo, the following pieces, or par cels of land, situate in said county, viz.: The northeast quarter of the northwest quarter and the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section four (4). In township thirty-six (36), north of range twen ty-one west, containing 75 87-100 acres. Also, the north half of the northeast quarter of section five (6), in township thirty-six (36) north of range twenty one west, containing 78 44-100 acres, to secure the pay ment of a certain promissory note, bearing even date therewith for the sum of one hundred and fifty-eight dol lars, payable in three months alter date, apd upon which note and mortgage there Is now claimed to be due the sum of one hundred and ninety 25-100 dollars. And whereas, on the thirteenth day of February, A.D., 1857, by assignment dated on that day, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of said county on the 13ih day of August, A. D. 1859, at 8 o’clock P. M., in book C of Mortgages, page 231, said mortgage was duly transferred to Isaac V. D. Heard. And whereas no proceeding or silt at law has been instituted to recover said note, or any part thereof— Notice is hereby given that by virtue of, and tn pursu ance of a power of sale in said morigage contained, and the statute in such case m de and pruvid d, the mort gaged premises above described, will be sold separately at public vendue, by the sheriff of said county, or one of his deputies, at th* office of the Register of Deeds of said county, at Taylor’s Falls, in said county, on the eighth day of October, A.D. 1869, at 10 o’clock, A. M. to the highest bidder, to satisfy the amount due on said note and mortgage, and costs and expenses allowed by law. I. V. D. HEARD, Assignee, St. Paul. AfORTGAGE SALE WHEREAS, HI default has been made in the conditions ofacer tain mortgage, beai ing date the twentieth day of Febru ary, A.D., 1857, executed and delivered by James L. Far well, of the county of Ramsey, Minnesota, to John Fran cis Baasen, of the city and county of Milwaukee, Wiscon sin, whereby the said James L. Far ell did grant, bar gain, sell and convey to the said John Francis Baasen, his heir* and assigns for ever, that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Ramsey, Minnes ta, described as follows, to wit: Lot No twelve [l2j of Kinney’s out lota in the north half of the northeast quarter of section No. thirty-three , In township No. twenty nine, , north ot range No. twenty-three west, according to the recorded plat thereof in the office ot the Register of Deeds of Ramsey county, with all the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining, to se cure the payment to the said John Francis Baasen, his heirs, executors, adminis rators and assigns of the sum of five hundred and fifty dollars [ssso 00-100], and the in terest thereon, according to the condition and terms of a certain promissory note, execut d and delivered by the said James O. Farwell to the s id John Francis Baasen. bearing even date with said mortgage, which said mort gage was duly acknowledged, and was recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the said county of Ram sey, on the 20th day of February, A. I). 1857, at 3 o’clock P.M., in book I of Mortgages, pages 375 and 6. And whereas there is now claimed to be due and is due at the date of this notice, upon said note mentioned in said mortgage and upon said mortgage, the sum of nine hun dred and twenty-ttree 31 100 dollars [5923 31-100] And no suit or proceedings at law or otherwise having been hail to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof— Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a powerof sale contained in said mortgage, and pur suant to the statute in such case made and provided, the above-deecribed morigaged premises wi.l be sold at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder for cash, on the 22d day of October, A. D 1859, at 10 o’clock A.M. of that day, at the front door of the Court House of Ramsey county, in the city of St. Paul, to satisly ami pay the amount due upon said note and morigage, and the costs and expense* by law allowed. Dated St. Paul, August 25tb, 1859. J. F. BaaSEN, Mortgagee. A. Gibiktoic, Agent. aug27-w6w TO THE CREDITORSOF JAMES B HOLMES, a resident of the city of St. Paul, Ram sey county, and State of Minnesota. You will take notice that at St. Paul, inthe county aforesaid, on the 16th day of April, A.D., 1859, on read ing a d filing the petition, schedule and affidavit of the said J. B. Holmes, for a discharge from his debts, under the provisions of an act of the said Sta e for the relief of insolvent debtors, a > ord r was made by the Hon. K. C. Palmer Judge of the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of said State, requiring all the creditors of the said J. B. Holmes, insolvent, to show cause, if any they have, before him the said Judge, at the Court House, In the city of St. Paul aforesaid, on the 23d day of August, A. D., 1859, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of hat day, why an assignment of the said insolvent’* estate should . ot be made, and he be discharged from his debts, pursuant to the provisions of the statute aforementioned. WM. SPRIGG HALL, je9-wlow Attorney for Petitioner. gUMMER ARRANGEMENTS.—I«SB buhtfaZTo and Lake Huron Railway FORMING WITH THE MICHIGAN CENTRAL AND GREAT WEBTERN RAILWAY OF CANADA A short and Direct Route from. CHICAGO TO BUFFALO AND THE EAST. The ears of thl* Route cross Niagara River at Buffalo on the GREAT INTERNATIONAL STEAM BRIDGE. Passenger on the New York Central [Erie street] De pot without changing seats. Through tickets for this route by J C. George, of Jackson street and Seventh. Also, by W. F. Gandall Agent, M. 4 M. Railroad. G. T. NUTTER, General Western Agent, Detroit, Michigan, R. H. BARLOW, Managing Director, Buffhlo and Lake Huron R. R> Brantford Canada West. my3o-d<frwttf TOWN COLLECTORS’ TAX RE- X CEIPTS, 250. per quire. For sal* at th* Office o THE PIONEER PRINTING COMPANY, f PRINTERS, ATTENTION. All kinds of Card Board and paper for Blanks, for ■ale at reasonable rates. Orders promptly attended to PIONEER PRINTING CO. GROCERIES. J. B. BLICHTER & Co., Having leased the FINE MARBLE FRONT STORE ON JACKSON STREET, BETWEKN FOURTH AND FIFTH, NEAR THE TEMPE ANCE HOUSE, We would respectfully inform the Citizens of St. Paul and surrounding country that we will on the opening Navigation be in the receipt of one of the largest tacks of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, .Provisions, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, BAR FIXTURES* CORDAGE. NAILS, GLASS, &c., &c., EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, WHICH WE OFFER AT WHOLELALE AND RETAIL AT A SMALL ADVANCE OF COST FOR Our goods are bought with cash, and selected In the Eastern and Southern markets by a member of the Firm of long experience in the trade, and we are confident will not fail to please those who may favor us with a call. ♦Ko* ™?n ire i? art ul i ßr^*^» ca V Mention of Merchants ana Dealers in the interior of Minnesota to the fact that we wil sell goods in St. Paul as low as they s&n be bad at paints on the river below, thus saving time and cost 01 transportation, We Will also FORWARDING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS. Advance money on Consignments, re-ship goods to all points on the upper rivers aud the interior with the greatest „ , . , . .. posable despatch. We are also agents for Sisterman 4 Montrossi, of New York, Importers of Pure Grin, and French Brandy, f°f !vl e of the Missouri Wine Company (the best wine now ma t- n the United States), fof the Dubuque White Lead Company, Wisconsin Shot Tower, and Frazier’s Lubricator. ' Buyers will find it to their Interest to examine our stock before making their purchases elsewhere J. B. SLIGHTER & CO. St Paul, April 9, 1869. aplO-dfrwly BARTLETT PRESLEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, THIRD STREET, BETWEEN ROBERT'AND MINNESOTA STS., ST. PAUL. I desire to call the attention of one and all to my very extensive assortmentof Provisions and Groceries Mv Dur chases are made almost entirely of manufacturers and importers, and with a view to meet the wants of mer chants and dealers in the interior of Minnesota. I purchase for cash, and feel confident I can sell STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES as low as they can be bought at St. Louis or New York, transportation added and I invite particular attention to mv large Stock of Coffees, Teas, Sugars, Molasses, Tobaccos, Dried and Canned Fruits con sisting of all grades and brands. ’ I also keep on hand a large supply of Pork, Lard, Bacon, Flour, Cheese, Fish, Salt, Nails, Wines and Domestic Liquors, which I ofl'er at such prices as will make it an object for dealers to purchase in St. Paul instead of pur chasing below. I also give my especial attention to the RETAIL TRADE, In which department retail buyers will find the choicest Provisions and Fruits the country affords, and at such prices as will give entire satisfaction N. B.—l also have constantly on hand St. Louis Double Extra and Fancy Superfine Flour. " Quick Sales and Small Profits ” being my motto, buyers are invited to call and examina mv Stock before making their purchases mav2l)-<lAw6m g f’KESI.KY* Red riyer & lake superior. —Passengers for above places will leave St. Paul, every MONDAY Morning. For particulars apply to J. C. BURBANK, July 7th, 1859. Manager Min. Stage Co. jyß-dtf J C. & H. C. BURBANK, STORAGE Forwarding and i Commission MERCHANTS, iWholesale dealers in flour, pork, grain and provisions, lime, cement, plastering hair, nails, salt, print and wrap ping paper, printers’ stationery, etc., etc. Consignees and contracting agents for the La Crosse and Wilwaukee R. R., Cleveland 4 Pittsburg R. R., De troit 4 Milwaukee R. R., Milwaukee 4 Mississippi R.R., Prairie du Cheln 4 St. Paul Packet Co., Merchan Dispatch, Poa , Farmer 4 Co.’s Freight Express, rail) N. Y , Western States Line (steam on canal.) Freights contracted both eastward and westward. Cash advances made on consignments, at all time in any amount. Persons consigning goods to our care, can depend up on the ir interests being protected in regard to over char ges. ioods forwarded at the lowest going rates irr spec..ve of any particular line or boat. Storage and Commission as low as any respectable hou|e. (dice on the Levee, foot of Jackson street. 1 Paul, May 31, i 859. ’ 3 ’ J. C. 4H. C. BURBANK . BURBANK, General Agent for the Galena D ith. Dubuque 4 Minnesota Packet Company. 1 non bbls. salina salt. AvFvr Vy On hand and to arrive, at lower prices than can be obtained elsewhere in the city. J. C. 4 H. C. BURBANK, Agents Syracuse Salt Company. r HHDS. PRIME SUGAR. 100 Bbls. *’ “ 100 Bbls. Dried Apples. 200 “ White Lime. 10) “ Plaster Paris. 200 “ Cement. J ust received and for sale by J. C. 4 H. C. BURBANK. pRINT PAPER AT REDUCED PRICES, Constantly cn hand and for sale at the lowest prices PRINTERS’ INKS. Orders filled by Express at better rates than can obtained elsewhere. CASH, AND THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR RAGS AT OUR WAREHOUSE, may27-(i(pw3m J. C. 4 H. C. BURBAMK. gUMMER ARRANGEMENT 1859. 1859. 1859. Minnesota Stage Co., Consolidation of Burbank 4 Co’s and Allen anu Chase's Stage Routes, carrying the iST orth.wesfn Express AND UNITED STATES MAILS. Proprietors: J. C BURBANK 4 CO., ALLEN 4 CHASE The Roads are all well Stocked with First Class Hors es, oncord Coaches, with careful and experienced Driv ers, all under the control of competent Agents. PASSENGERS! May deperd upon being carried in a careful manner ana at Reasonable Ratos of Fare, to all the following Points, viz : St. Anthony, Minneapolis, Manomin, Anoka, Dayton, Itasca, Elk River, Big Lake, Monticello, Clear Water, Clear Lake, Forest City, Saint Cloud, Sauk Rapids, Watab, Winnebago, Platt River, Swan River, Little Falls, Belle Prairie, Fort Ripley, Crow Wing, St. Joseph, Cold Springs, Richmond, Alexandria, Brecken ridge, Fort Abercrombie, Red River. Stillwater, Marine Vasa, Taylor’s and Saint Croix Falls. SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURES PROM ST. PAUL. For St. Anthony 4 Minneapolis, five times Daily, at 44 and 10 o’clock, A.M., and 2 and 4 o’clock, P.M. Leaves Daily, at 4 o’clock, A.M., for Manomin, Anoka Itasca, Elk River, Big Lake, Monticello, Clear Lake, Clear Water, Forest City, St. Cloud, and Sauk Rapids. Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 4 o’clock, A.M., for Watab, Winnebago, Platt itiver. Swan River, Little Falls, Belle Prairie, Ft. Ripley and Crow Wing. Leaves Monaays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 4 o’clock, A.M., for Harrisburgh, Dayton and Monticello, (West Side River.) Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 4o’clock, A.M., for St. Joseph, Cold Spring, Richmond, Alexan dria, Breckenridge, Fort Ambercrombie and Red River, connecting with Steamers “ Pioneer” and “Ans. Northrup,” for Pembina, Fort Garry, Lake Winnepeg, and the Valley of the Saskatchewan, (com mencing June 1.) Leaves Daily at Bo’clock, A.M. and 2 P.M., for Stillwa ter. Mar t.e, Vasa, Taylor’s and St. Croix Falls. WINTER ROUTE FROM 16IH APRIL TO 15tb NO VEMBER. Saint Paul to La Crosse, Yia Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City, Wabashaw, Reads, Minneiska and Winona, twice dally, at 4 o’clock, A.M., and 13 o’clock M. Extra* will be Bun to any pari of the Country for Plea • sure parties or others at any time on call For further particular* enquire at the General Office, on Third street, near the “American,” or at the Office or the North Western Kxprea. Co»P“fc ANK> Manager . Saint Paul, May 28th, 1869. mv29 PRINTING P APER. 70 Reams 22x32 60 “ 24x36 tO “ 27x41 From the celebrated Cuyahoga Falls Mills. For sale by the PIONEER PRINTING CO., St. Paul.o GROCERIES. ■MORTGAGE SALE WHEREAS 111. default has been made in the condition of an in denture of mortgage, dated on the first day of Julv A D. 1858, executed by Charles T. Whitney, and Martha C ' his wife, of the city of Saint Paul, and State of Minnesota to F A. Thayr, of the State of New York! and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the county ot Ramsey, on the sixth day of September. A D 185R 1 at o’clock A. M. in book Nof Mortgages on Daces 538 and 540, whereby said Charles tha C., his wife, granted, bargained, sold and conveyed to sa.d F. A. Thayr, the following piece or parcePof land, situate in said county of Ramsey, viz. : 1 The south half of the southwest quarter of the north west quarter, fractional of section thirty (30) townshio twenty-nine (29), north of range twenty two (22 we ß l w secure the payment of the sum of six hum red ind twenty-eight 62 100 dollars, according to the conditimis of two promissory notes, bearing even date with said mortgage, for three hundred and fourteen and 31-100 dol lars each ; one of said notes payable in six months and the other payable in one year from date, with interest at seven per cent, per annum, and upon which note and Notice is hereby given, that by virtue and in nur suance of a power of sale in said mortgage contained and of the statute in such case made and provided fhe o,o r ffJ* gea a Pre ? 11Se u 8 “ boTe described «“ll be S old at isfy the amount due on said notes and mortmSj. 10 costs and expenses allowed by law “ fc fces ' and Dated August 24th, 1859. MORTGAGE SALE WHEREAS default has made in the conditions of a certain mortgage, bearing date the fourth day of November A D. 1867* executed and delivered by John Roehl and Kun- L g o"a n Augu! e b of^o» p . aul v c r n ' y ° f soia, to August H. Proas, ot the same place wherehv toe said John Roehl and Kunigurde, hiswife’ did cranf sr* of wwv iJ nl ? dle ,^R art 011018 No fite (5) and six (6) in block No five (5) of Guerin & Bazitie’s addition to Saint of\he Re C grstor g of°ne!d reC ? r ß ed plat thereol ' iu ,he oflice 01 tne Register of Deeds of Kam3ey county, with all the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, to secure the payment to " 08a ' d August lif. Pross, his heirs, executors, admtoi, dolla" r*9so nn n a;ri ih e SI J m ° r D l ne hundred filly ,i?i f,?., 50 aßd th “ interest thereon, according to ' b ® ® oo^ lliooß and terms of a certain piomissory note said Augutt H Pro«« re h.S y i thß Said u JohD Roehl to the bearing even date with said mort gage, which said mortgage was duly acknowledged and was recorded in toe office of toe fiegisier ot Deeds of Ramsey county, °n the fourth day of November \ D 1859, 4 at 3* o’clock PM, in book Mof Mortgages, o'n pages day of Aslus? S i h D e i^ A,,g n St $ Pross did - 0Q the 31st aay 01 August. A B, 1808, sell and convey unto John F Mn the’wi'ttond 117 aod count y of Mi waiikee, Wiscon ’ w.. w j ln , de s cnbed mortgage, and debt thereby se cured. by deed of assignment, which xvas recorded in the oflice of the said Register of Deeds, in book A of As al g l2TcC’k pa vP !, 6 V !,e Ulh 0 ( D lAa, at 12 o clock. M., and upon xvhich said mortgage there fare?ll 16 Oof BUm ° f ° ne hundred and sixteen dol And whereas there is now claimed to be due and is due at the da eof this no ice, upon said note menttoned in said mortgage, and upon said mortgage, the sum of four teen hundred and fi.ty-one 50 100 dollars [51,451 50-100] wiJa.u f u lor P roc ® ft dings at law or otherwise having been had to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof— 1 mot .gage Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a poxx er of sale contained in said mortgage and dur above dewrihed'mo'J such , case made andprov Idedfthe S°« V nntiGn Cr t/ ? mortgaged premises wiil be sold at pnb * ?j? U * Ct u on * highest bidder for on the 22odav of October, A. D. 1859, at 10 o’clock A. M of that dav at the front door of the Court House of the comity of Ram sey aforesaid, in the city of St. Paul, to sa isfv and Dav the amount due upon said note and mortgage, and toe costs and expenses by law* allowed. 6 Dated St. Raul, August 25th, 1859. . n . J. F. BAASEN, Assignee. A. Giberton, Agent. aug2tHsww OTATE OF MINNESOTA—FIFTH wase’ca D county DISTRIuT - i,istrict court - John Nicols, M. Y. Kinr.e and Georce W. Nicols act* N. K. Wright and Mary Klien Wright, his wife, and H. Chamberlin. ’ In pursuance of a judgment ar.d decree in said action ‘ bearing date of July2sto, 1859, I shall expege tor sale! as toe faw directs, at the Sheriffs office, iS toe town of Wilton, in said county, on Thursday, the twenty-second day of September, A. D. 1869, at ten o’clock in the fore noon, the premises described in said deer, e as follows : Lot numbere six , in block numbered ten (10), in toe town of M. Mary in the com ty of Waseca, and State of Minnesota, according to a plan and survt y thereof made bf H. W. Peck, surveyor, and duly recorded, togethee wUeappertifning menU a PP urtenaD =* 8 NATHANIEL GARLAND, xt n Sheriff’of > aid County. Y it o"®* 0 "®* A Co., Attorneys for Plaintiffs. augfr-dltAw6w SHERIFF’S SALE.—BY VIRTUE n?/. a “, e^ ec ''' ion isBUBd • Ut of a » d under the seal of the District Court in and for the county of Ramsey, State ot Minnesota, upon a judgment rendered in said court, on the seventeenth day of August, A.D., 1857, and wherel as said judgment was docketed In the countv of Chisago, wto day °f September, A . p., jgj; fn aD action wherein Joseph 8. Sewell Is plaintiff, and James D. •!<!5 ln t r - a ?sr -^nn ßß *, M as°n are defendants, in favrrof sa.d plamtifi and against said defendants. I have levied °P on ‘ be following described real estate, situate, lying ana being in the county of Chisago and State of Minne sota, to wit: One undivided half of the southeast }& of section 12, and norih Kof to# northeast of section 13, all in town 34, range 21 West, containing two hundred and forty defendant* 6 ° r CS ’ llß lbe P ro P®rty of toe above-named And notice U hereby given, that I will sell the above described property to toe highest bidder for cash, at pub lic auction, at toe office ef toe Register of Deeds in toe town of Taylor’s Falls, county'of Chisago, State of Minoe -B°to. on Saturday, the 24t0 day ef September, A. D. 1859, at ten o’clock fn the forenoon of said day, to satisfy said execution, together with interest snd costs thereon. „ JAMES H. TULLEB, sheriff. vah Etteh A Orrioik, Attorneys for Plaintiff. aug!2-w6w ■\TOTICE OF THE REMOVAL OF i.l toe Land Office from OJIBEWAY to OTTEB TAIL CITY, in toe State of Minnesota. Laud Orriox or the Nobth-West Land District, > Otter Tail Citt, Mibb. June 7, 1809. ) Notice is hereby given, that toe said Land Office Is new closed at Ojibeway, and will be opened at Otter Tail City on the first day of August next. GEO. B. CLITHBALL, Register. WM. SAWYER, Receiver. je3o-w6w GROCERIES.