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Special Dispatch to tat N. T. Timas. Washington. Dee. dO,->-Tbs kind feel* ioga which here thus far characterized the proceedings of the Hooee were oaezpeet* edlj interrupted this morning by Mr. Grow pronouncing the course of Mr. Brunch of North Carolina, in impugning Mr. Grow’s motives, as a violation of gentlemanly cour tesy. Mr. Branch demanded to know if Mr. Grow charged him with conduct unbe coming a gentleman. The latter replied that his language was plain English, and that he bad nothing to take back. Mr. Branch remarked, “Very well," and resumed his seat evidently much excited. A fight is anticipated, though it is understood that Mr. Grow is a non-combatant. Great ex citement prevails in consequence. The issue between Messrs. Branch and Grow has had the effect of harmonizing, in some degree, the Anti Sherman elements. Several South Americans announced their intention to support a Democrat, and, ac cordingly, voted for Mr. Scott, who was put in nomination as a Northern man; Mr. Maynard having, in a handsome manner, withdrawn his name. The Western Demo crats held an informal conference this morn ing, when it was determined to put Mr. Ccott in nomination, and to ballot steadily for him, at least for o time. Another con ference will be held to morrow morning. The Western Democrats, numbering twenty, have determined to act in concert hereafter, ignoring all Southern and Northern issues. Mr. English, of Indiana, may be taken up when Mr. Scott is withdrawn. But who ever may be run the result will continue to be the same. There is no possible chance for a successful combination against Mr. Sherman, who will eventually be elected, though some of the Republicans think not until after the Charleston Convention, when Senator Douglas will be thrown overboard, and his friends will join their ranks. The speech of Mr. Pryor, to-day, is evi dently considered by his party friends the great speech of the session. He was fre quently interrupted by applause, on the floor and in the galleries, in spite of the efforts of the Clerk to maintain order. After concluding, he wa3 warmly congratulated. Mr. Vallandigham took occasion to acknowledge his share of the responsibility for the defeat of the Post Office bill, he having voted for Mr. Grow’s resolution, which he would do again under like circum stances; but he thought it unmanly in others to dodge their responsibility for the act. Mr. Vallandigham is a bold, inde pendent statesman of the Randolph order, and one of the ablest men on the floor. Senator Douglas appeared in the Hall again to-day, and was surrouuded by the members. He is looking quite well. Many Senators express the opinion that the Mexicau Treaty will be promptly ratified. It is rumored that Senator Gwin will oppose it. Mr. Buchanan is sanguine of its success. The annual reports of the Cabinet are highly spoken of. It will be seen that Secretary Cobb estimates the balance which will be in the Treasury on the 30th of June next, st $13,891,000. The estimates which we published in the Times last September fixed the balance at $13,751,000 ; but the statement was assailed at the time and pro nounced unreliable. Information had been received at Madrid, by which it appears that our Minister to that Court is encouraged to believe that our claims against Spain are now in a position for adjustment. The official correspondence seems to justify this conclusion. Legislation on this subject has been sug gested by the recent Harper’s Ferry raid, and a bill lor this purpose will probably be introduced into the Senate at an early d*y. Official information has been received here that England bad concluded a treaty with Honduras, by which the Bay Islands are ceded to that Republic. There now re mains to be adjusted only the less important question of the Musquito protectorate by Great Britain to Nicaraugua to complete the settlement of difficulties between Eng land and the United States, growing out of the Bulwer and Clayton treaty, on the basis to which both Governments have heretofore agreed. P I F T Y DOLLARS REWARD STOLEN, 'rom the Liver? Stable of the Subscriber, on Sunday. December 25, 1859, Horse, Harness, Cutter, Robe, Whip and Bells. The horse Is white, switch taU, about 15 hands high; harness, breast collar, silver mounted ; cutler, dark body, and light-colored running gear, trimmed wit>< Brussels carpet; bel.s, silver plated; buffalo lined with drugget. The above were taken by a Frenchman calling his name Isaac Grey, a shoemaker by trade, about five feet lour inches high, dark brown hair and whiskers, dark coat, light pants. I wiil give the above reward for the return of said property, or pro rata, for the amount returned, or twen ty-five dollars tor any information that wUI lead to the recovery of said property. L L, BENSON. Office one door east of the American House, jan4-dtt>w3t St. Paul, Minn. T SHERIFF’S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF O an execution issued out of and under the seal of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District in and for the county of Faribault, State of Minnesota, upon a judgment rendered and docketed in the office of the Clerk of said Court on the Slst day of October, 1869, wherein John J. Shaubhut and Henry Shaubhut, partners, doing business under the firm name and style of J. 3. A H Shaubhut were plaintiffs, and William N. Towndrow and Harriet Towndrow were defendant', in lUvor of the said plaintiffs and against the said defendants for the sum of one hundred and forty-six dollars and nine cents, ($146 09,) with interest trom rendition, I hare upon this 16th day of December, A. D. 1869, .levied upon the following described real property, as the property of said defendants, lying' and being In the county of FarL bault, State of Minnesota, designated as follows, to wit Commencing at 'he quarter [%l stake on the east side of section eleven [ll], town one hundred and three [loß]* north of range twenty-eight [3B] west; thence running west one hu idred and filly [ISO] rods ; thenea north, eighty [Bo] rods ;' thence east, one hundred and fifty [ISO] rods; thence south, eighty [BO rods] to the place of beginning, said lot containing seventy-five seres more or less. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that I win sell the above-described real property to the highest bidder therefor, at public auction, at the front door of Burnet’s Hotel, in the town of Winnebago Ctty, in said county .on the 11th day of Pebruary.A. D. 1800, at nine o’clock in the forenoon of said day, to satisfy the said exe c ution, and Interests and costs. Winnebago City, Dee. 16,1869. G. H. GOODHOW, jan6-w6w Sheriff of Faribault County. T>Y ORDER OF N. M. DONALD JL> 80N. JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT, sra judicial district, statr or Minnesota. Notice is hereby published of an order requiring fill Be creditors of Harvey T. Rawaoa, of the town ef Fari bault, in the eounty of Ri-e, in Be Stale of Minnesota, an insolvent debtor, petitioning for the benefit of the net for Be relief of insolvent debtors, to show cause if any Bey before the said Judge ef Be Dtolrlet Cenrt, et the Sheriff-, office in Be village of FnrlhanlLta the eonnty of Rice, in the State of Minnesota, on Be MB day af Jan nary next, *t one o’eloek in Be afternoon of that day, r oet2B-wlow ® A \ttorwye tor Fetlttaaar. gTAPLE GROCERIEi and provisions, For sale low, for paah and Produce, by J. 0. A HIO. BURBANK, jpw and cheap dry goods OATHOART & Go. ABB VOW BBC RIVING TBBIB Fall and Winter STOCK or STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, «» WHICH THBT OFFBR TO THXIB CUSTOMERS^ aT undsuallt low prices THE ATTENTION O CASH BUYERS I* Respectfully Solicited, m the; feel confident to ajr Ing, that NO OTHBB HOUSE IN MINNESOTA CAN CO FETE WITH THEM IN Quantity* Quality* Style OB PBICEBI COUNTRY MERCHANTS Will be supplied at the LOWEST POSSIBLE ADVANCE FROM NEW YORK PRICES ! All Order* will be promptly fili-d by one of the Fir who will give bis SPECIAL* ATTENTION TO THE Wholesale Trade D) NOT FORGET TO CALL WHEKB GOODS ARE ALWAYS SHOWN FRRELT AT PRICES WHICH SELDOM FAIL TO INSURE SALES BT CATHCART A CO. sept2S-dd*w J}RY GOODS FOR THE WINTER !D. W. Ingersoll &> Co. HAVE RECEIVED FROM THE EASTERN MARKETS, A VERT EXTENSIVE STOCK OP ENGLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN DRY GOODS, CONSISTING OF EVERY VARIETY OF Staple and. Fancy Goods, Which will be sold for eash at a small advance on NEW YORK COST. Country Merchants will find this the best place in th WEST to purchase their Goods, as THERE IN NO FIRM WHO CAN SELL GOODS AT LOWER PRICES. Farmers and others coming from the country purchase DRY GOODS, Will Bud every variety of Substantial as well as RICH GOODS. Our Stock ot CARPETS WILL BE CLOSED OU AT COST. D W. INGER.SOLL A CO., nov6 dAw Adjoining the B:idge, St. Pa ST. JOSEPH’S ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE BIS i .'.B OF ST. JOSEPH—ST PAUL, MINN. This Institution will be opened for the reception ot Pupils on Monday, September 6th. It will be under the auynces and special direction ofthe Right Rev. T. L, Grace, Bishop of St. Paul. The bu'ldings are pleasantly situated in a healthy and retired part of the e ity. The chief edifice is of stone, three stories high, with galleries to each story, running the whole length of the building. The interiorarrangementa 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 manners and physioal 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, comfort and wants ofthe 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 trill be held eveiy 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 June. Terms per Session—Payable half session in advance. Board and Tuition in any or all of the following branches: Reading, Writing, Grammar, Geography, History, Arithmetic, Mathematics, Geometry, Physical Sciences, Moral and Intellectual Philosophy—*6o, *6O, and 966, ac cording to age and class of Pupil. For Day Scholars, 96,98, and 910, according to age and class of PupiL EXTRA CHARGEB. French and German, each 910 00 Music en Piano, “ 20 00 “ on Guitar, “ 20 00 Use of Instruments 6 00 Drawing and Painting 10 00 Bed ana Bedding 6 00 Washing 10 00 Stationery 3 00 This Institution is Catholic, bat as its object is to afford educational advantages, irrespective of religious creeds, no influence beyond that object will be exercised. Order and regularity only will require attendance at Divine Service onSnndavs. Letters to be addressed to. The Mother Superior of SL Joseph’s Academy, St rani, Mian.” aog2B dAwtf QTATE OF MINNESOTA DI- S-0 TBICT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, DAKOTA COUNTY, 88. In the matter oT the application of John Vanderhorck, an insolvent debtor, for a discharge from his debts. To the creditors of said John Vanderhorck : Please take notice that on reading a d filing the peti tion, schedule sad inventory of John landerborok, a resident of West St. Paul, in the county of Dakota, praying to be discharged from his debts, pursuant to chapter 89 of Be Revised Batatas of Minnesota, entitled “ Of the relief of insolvent debtors,” no ard r was made by the Hon. M. M Bonaldaon. Judge of the said District requiring all the creditors of the said John Vaaderhorek, to show oanse, if any they have, before the said Judge, at his chambers in Owatonns, Steels oounty, Minnesota, on the 16th day of March, A. D., 1980. at 10 o’clock in lUbed for ten weeks successively, at least one# In each deeSfi-wlOw IHntn^t • _ OOPOHB. COLDS “ Have proved Mrti^mel^yr^Me^o^HoMeeneee “ I recommend their use t > Public Speaker*.’ Her. E. H. Chapin, New Tork. • Meet Military relief In Bronchia*. Rer. 8. Setffrled, XOrriatown. Ohio. “ Beneficial when compelled to apeak, suffering from Cold.” Rer. S. J. P. Andereon, St. Louis. . “ Effectual In remoriiif Hoarseness and Irritation of the Throat, so common with Speakers and el-ifere.” Pi-nT. M. STACY JOHNSON. La (Swag c, On. j Teacher of Muaie, Southern Female College. “Orest benefit when taken before and after preach Ing, ae they pr-vant Hoarseness. From their past effect I think they wUI be of permanent advantage to m 0..” Rer. E Rowley, A. M., President Athena College, Tenn. Bold by all Druggists, at 2Seents per box. Also, Brown’s Laxative Troches, or CatharUe Los engea, for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Head ache, Bilious Affections, Ao. nov27-dAw6m piRST-CLASS INSURANCE, BT THE ./Etna Insurance Co., 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 OP THIRTY-EIOHT YEARS SUCCESS AND EXPERIENCE. ASBBTS JANUARY IST, 1859. Cash in hand and Deposits in Hartford Banks $209,180 38 Cash In transit and Agents’ bands 121,812 82 U. 8. Treasury Notes 4% and 5 per cent, and accrued interekt 67,502 12 Miscellaneous Investments 23,659 68 Real Estate unincumbered. 65,638 26 Mortgage 4,212 15 Bills Receivable 48,065 67 Market Value. 220 State Bonds 6 and 6 per cent, interest an nually, 60 U. 8., 10 Tenn., 10 Ky., 60 Mo., 25 N.Y., 75 Ohio 219,675 00 168 Bonds, 6, 7 and 10 per cent interest an nually 167,110 00 857 shares Railroad Stock 82,772 00 50 shares Connecticut River Company , 1,250 00 50 shares Waterbary Bank S ock 5,256 00 50 shares Stafford Springs Bank Stock 5,250 00 36 shares Providence Bank Stock 1,872 00 15 shares Jersey City Bank Stock 1,500 00 200 shares State of Missouri Bank Stock 20,600 00 2,865 shares Hartford Bank Stock 285,230 00 9,020 shares New York Banx Stock 561,400 00 100 shares United States Trust Co 11,300 00 150 sharesN. Y. Life Insurance and Trusf Co. 24,750 00 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 ,90,963 20 9110,976 6« Losses equitably adjusted and promptly pa:d. Up wards ot 911 000,000 of Losses have been paid by th £:ua Insurance Cempany in the past3B years. Firean Inland Navigation Risks accepted at terms consistent with solvency and fair nrofit. Especial attention given to Insurance ot 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 or exempt from sweeping conflagrations and maritime disaster. Being 1 ,ng estab lished on a cash basis, the troubles ef 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 S-ate. Policies issued without delgy, by ap3o wly THEO. FRENCH, Agent. 8t Paul. QUARD AGAINST FALL AND WINTER FIRES BY CHOICE INSURANCE WITH THE OP HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, g INCORPORATED 1819- CHARTER PERPETuA CASH CAPITAL, 91,090,000, Absolute and unimpaired. Net Surplus ef 9942,181 72, and the prestige of 40 years’ success and experience. Upwards of 912,000,000 of losses have been paid by the JStna Insurance Company In the past 40 years. t he value of reliable Insurance will be apparent from the following LOSSES PAID IfY THE AS TEA daring the past five years. In Out o 9431,520 83 I In Michigan.... 9158.043 In Wisconsin.... 106,965 07 I In Indiana 146.8392 In Kentucky 204,939 4 | In Illinois 448,327 Missouri 384,518 (14 Tennessee 97 59 lowa A Minn 101,599 46 1 Kansas A Neb.. 19,95 Penn’a AVa 31,515 82 | Arkansas A Ga. 3.9 6 Mississippi and Alabama 952.412 18 FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGATION Risks sccepied at tsrms consistent with solvency and fair profit. Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwelli gs and Contents, lor terms o> one to five years. The solid service long and succes fully tried, and the many advantages the .Etna Insurance Company pos sesses in Us line, should not beoverlooked by those ready to insure and understanding Belr best Interests. During ** stringent times ” the necessity for reliable Insurance becomes an imperative duty—the ability of Property owners to sustain loss being then mnch Jtsened. Agencies in all the principal cities and towns throngh tthe State. Policies issued without delay, by any of t eduly authorized Agents of the Company. 99* Business attended to with despatch and fidelity. 8. H. VARNEY, Agent, sept2B-w3m Anoka, Minnesota. QRU MUSICAL FRIEND. Our Musical Friend'; A BARB COMPANION FOR THE WINTER MONTHS. Every Pianist, Should procure this week- Every Singer, lv Pnblicationof vocal and Every Teacher, Pianoforte Music, coating Evsry Pupil, but 10 CENTS a number Every Amateur, and prononneed by the entire Press of the Country, “ THE BEST AND CHEAPEST WORK OF THE KIND IN THE WORLD.” Twelve lUU-sixed Psgee of Vocal and Pianoforte Music FOR TEN CENTS. Yearly, 96 ; half-yearly, 92 60 ; quarterly, 9125. Subscribe to “ Our Musical Friend,” or order it from the nearest Newsdealer, and yon will have music enough for your entire family at an insignificant eoet; and if yon want Mnsle for Be Flnte, Violin, Cornet, Clarionet, Ac eordeon, Ae., Ae.,snbsoribe for Be “ Solo Melodist,” is sued semi-monthly, containing also twelve pages ; price 10 cento per number, 92 50 per year ;91 25 for six month*. Published and for sale by C. B. SEYMOUR A CO., dee3o-wlm 107 Nassau si., New York. QTATE OF MINNESOTA, OOUNTY 0 OF SHERBURNE, (attached to Benton County for Judicial purposes. DISTRICT COURT—FOURTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT. Summon*. Jeremiah P. Woodbury against James H. White end Fidelia C. White, hie wt ft. and J, H. Boggs. To the above-named defendants : In the name of Be State of Minnesota : Yon sad eash of you are hereby enmmoaed and required to answer the complaint of Be plaintiff in Bis action, which has been filed in the office of the Clerk of theUatriot Court aforesaid at Sank Rapids tn Be Oounty of Benton (te which Sherborne eonnty it attached tor Judicial pur poses), and to serve e copy ef our answer to Be said complaint on Be snbeeriber, at hto oOee, in Aaaka, in ft Saw* iLWtf assart To Be ; The objeet ofthe abeve entitled aetfcm. In whieh a sum ■■■AgggftgUiJB * «ort sCmasmvl 7 Deled October MB. IM9. snmmmvmsa O.T. CURTM. doelfi-wiw Plaintiff's Attowey, Anoka. INTENTIONAL DUPLICATE EXPOSURE $1,867,920 08 LIABILITIES. WKUUKKIEB. GROCERIES. GROCERIES JV B. SLIGHTER & Co., Having leased tat FINE MARBLE FBONT STORE ON JACKSON STREET, ■mn H FOURTH AND FIFTH, NEAR THE TEMPI ANCS HOUSE, We would respectfully inform the Citizens ot St. Paul aad snrrouadiag country that wo will on the opening Navigation be In the receipt of one or the largest locks of. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, -Provisions, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, BAR FIXTURES CORDAGE, NAILS, GLASS, Ac., Ac., EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, WHICH WE OFFER AT WHOLBLALB AND RETAIL AT A SMALL ADVANCE OF COST FOR CASH. Our goods are bought with cash, and selected in the Eastern and Southern markets by a member of the Firm ot longexperience in the trade, and we are confident wUI not fail to please theca who may favor us with a call. we desire particularly to eall the attention of Merchants ana Dealers in the Interior of Minnesota to the fact that we wil sell goods In ht. Paul as low as they san be had at paints on the river below, thus saving time and coat of transportation, We will also transact a GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS. Advance money on Consignments, re-ship gooda to all points on the upper rivers and the Interior with the greatest possible despatch. We are also agents for Sisterman A Montrosal, of New York, Importers of Pur© Grin, and French Brandv, for the famous Sparkling Catawba of the M'ssouri Wine Company (the best wine now made » the United States), fofjthe Dubuque White Lead Company, Wisconsin Shot Tower, and Frasier’a Lubricator. Buyers will find it to their interest to examine our stock before making their purchases elsewhere. J7B. SLICHTER & CO. 8t Paul. April», 1869. BART LET PRESLEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealer in G-roceries and Provisions, THIRD BTREET, BETWEEN ROBERT AND MINNRSOTA STS., ST. PAUL. 4I desire to eall the attention of one and all to my very extensive assortment of Provisions and Groceries. My pur chases are made almost entirely of manufacturers ana importers, and with a view to meet the wants or mer chants and dealers in the interior of Minnesota. I purchase for cash, and feel confident 1 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 my 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 otter 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. 8.--Customers are respectfully notified that all Goods purchased of me in the Retail Department are de livered* always, mu or charge . I also have constantly on hand St. Lonls Double Extra and Fancy Superfine Floor. “ Quick Sales an Small Profits ” being my motto, buvera are invited to call and examine mr Stock before making their purchases. may2o-dAw6m B. PRESLEY. 4 MRS. WINSLOW, AN EXPERI iIJL ENCED NURSE and FEMALE PHYSICIAN, presents to the attention of mothers her 800 THING SYRUP, For Children Teething, which greatly facilitates the pro cess of teethlcg, by soltening the gum-, reducing all in flammation—will allay all pain and spasmodic action and is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon 1 mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief an health to your infants. We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and can say, in con fidence and truth of it what we have never been able to say of any other medi cine—never has it failed, in a single instance to effect a cure, when timely used. Never did we know an instance of dissatilaction by any 'one who used it. On the contrary, all arev delighted with its opera tions, and speak in terms IT of highest commendation of its magical effects and me dical virtues. We speak in this matter “ what we dotj know,” after ten years’ experience, and pledge ourgn reputation for the fulfill ment of what we here de- Clare. In almost every in stance where the infant isO suffering from pain and exhaustion, relief will beSQ found in fifteen or twenty minutes after the Syrup isH administered. This valuable preparation is the prescription of one and skillful nurse-; in New England, and has been® used with never-failing success in thousands of® cases. It not only relieves the cu child from pain, but invig orates the stomach andoQ bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone and to the whole system. It will almost instantly re-T lieve GRIPING IN THE BOwOeLS AND WIND COLIC, And overcome convulsions’s which, if not speedily re medied, end in death. WeS believe it is the best and surest remedy inthe world,S3 in all cases of Dysentery and Diarrhoea in Children,te whether it arises from teething or from any other cause. We would say to every mother who has a rf, child suffering from any of the foregoing complaints—pg do not let your prejudices, nor the prejudice of stand between your suffer ing child and the relief that* will be sure—yes absolute ly sure—to follow the use of this medicine, if t mely used. Full directions for using wil: accompany each bottle. None genuine un less the fac-simileofCUß- TJS A PERKINS, New Pork, is on the outside wrapper. 99“ Sold by Druggists throughout the world. Princi pal office. No 13, Cedar street, New York. Price 25c. bottle an ?25-dAwlv HOSTETTEK’S STOMACH BITTERS. In view ol the fact that every member of the human family is more or less subjected to some complaint, be sides innumerable other conditions in life, which, by the assistance of a little knowledge or exercise of c.mmon sense, they may be able so to regulate their habits of diet, aDd with the assistance of a good tonic secure per manent health. In order to accomplishthisdesiredob ject, the true course to pursue is certainly tka which will produce a natural sta;e of things at the least hazard of vital strength and life ; for this end l-r. Hostetler has Introduced to thW country a preparation bearing his name, which at this day is not a new medicine, but one that has been tried f..r years, giving satisfaction to all .who have used It, The Bitters operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels and liver restoring them to a healihy and vigorous actioD, and thus oy the simp.e pro cess of strengthening nature, enables the system to triumph over disease. ror the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion,, Nausea, Fla tulency, Loss of Appetite, or any Bilious Complaints, arising troT a morbid inaction ofthe Stomach or Bowes, producing Cramps, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Ac., these Bitters have no equal. Diarrhoea, dysentery 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 blv more prevalent, when taken in all its various forma than any other, the cause of which may always be at. tribuled to derangements of the digestive organs, can be cured without fall by using Mostetter’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 infallible t Every coun try has their Bitters as a preventive of disease and strengthening of the system in general, and among tnem all there is not to be fonnd 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. Fever asd Ague —This trying and provoking disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on the body of man, re ducing him to a mere shadow 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 HOB - RENOWNED BITTERS. Farther, any of the <bove stated diseases cannot be contracted when ex- Sosed to any ordinary conditions producing them, if the liters are used a i per directions. And as it neithe creates nausea nor offends the palate, and rendering un necesary any change of diet or interruption to usna, 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 core. t For Persons in advanced years, who are Boffering 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 made qnate to the demands of the child, consequently her strength must yield, and here it is where a good tonic, such as Hos tetter’s Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart temporary strength and vigor to the system. Ladies should by all means try this remedy for ail eases of de bility, and before to doing, ask your physician, who, if he is acquainted with the virtue of the Bitters, will re commend their use in all esses of weakness. CAUTION—We caution the public against using any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but ask for Hos tettei ’» Stomach Bitters, and see that each bottle baa the words. “Pr. J. Hostetler’s Stomach Bitters,” blown on the side or the bottle, and stamped on the metallic cap covering the oork. and observe that our autograph sig nature is on the label. aSP* Prepared snd sold by HOBTBTTSB A SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all druggists, grocers, and dealers generally, throng bout the United States, Canada, South America and Germany. augl7-wly QHERIFF’B SALE—BY VIRTUE OF 0 an execution issued ont of and under the seal ofthe District Conn la and for Be oounty ef Mower, State of Minnesota, upon a Judgment rendered and docketed in said court on the 22d day of December, A. D. 1859, in an action wherein Bamnal Clayton is plaintiff and John Clayton t| defendant in fttvor ofthe said plaintiff, and against the said dsfonitom, tor the sum of tour ban following described real property, to wtt : one-fourth [£] ef the southwest oae- ef section number twenty-six [2SJ, township natal? one handled sad Bros [lo3], north of range num ber eighteen [Up west, exceptingtherefrom fifteen acres Aambm S.Nv—l. •rli-wIF JJOOTS AND SHOES. WM. J. SMITH & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, ARB A BRANCH OF AN EXTENSIVE SHOE HOUSE AT BOSTON, THE HEAD QUARTERS OF THE BOOT AND :t E MARKET, From which we receive weekly consignments of goods at LOWER PRICE THAW HOST DEALXBI 111 NEW YORK. CHICAGO, OR SaaNT LOUIS ' LX.OOMrcLLEDjTO PAT FOR _RM. This is the chief reason why we are celling Boots and Shoes TO COUNTRY nIEiiChAMTS 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. 99* Ac we are obliged to keep on hand a large Stock for Wholesaling, we wan fnrniah our Retail Cuatomera with a lull Aasortmeht of Gooda to aelect from, and we will sell Bern as cheap as the tame quality can be pur chased In the city. WM. J. SMITH k CO., Third street, St. PanL an -dAwly JJE CTIFYING HOUSE SHEEHY k BROTHER, (Late of Louisville, Ky.,) WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL DEALERS II FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, CIGARS, GROCERIES, AND QUICK YEAST MANUFACTURERS. I Also an article of Banting Fluid, warranted not to x plods, A large quantity of Kentneky copper-distilled Whisky si ways ou hand. ROBERT BTREET (Between Fourth and Fifth Streets, St. Paul,) Dealers will find it their interest to give ns a call be fore purchasing elsewhere, ae we are satisfied, from our experience in the business, that no other house In this cltr eaa do better for Dealers. mav2l-dAw XT O TIC E.—NOTICE IS HEREBY -L.l given to all whom it may concern Bat Be follow ing described Military Bounty Land Warranto were tost on or about the 19th of October, 1856, having been to the possession of Albert MoEweo, at the time of his sup posed murder, by an Indian, near Wood river, Wiscon arrant No. ROM, issued to Oliver 8. Benedict. Warrant No. 35,735, loaned to EUhn Jndd, dated Dam ’Warrant No. 47,421, issued to Zara Judson, dated Feb ruary 13,1159 eaeb warrant for 190 acres. All persona art hereby notified th t an application will be made to Be Commissioner af Pensions at Wash nxtoa, for a duplicate of each of Be above described Warranto. Regtstereef Land Offices are notified net to restore the twTwtw AMOS W. HAUL A 6 *"! WANTED, *s*‘*? r ***' "Sssr—‘-Yafirssiw?* ~ mnMMW MewbniyPert, Mae J‘"7TT¥ H. 0. B O RB A Ml , * STORAGE JVinWlrdln* and Commission M^EROHAJSTTS, Wbdmlfi IllSn hi iwr, perk, grain and provisions lime, cement, plaaterteg hair, nails, salt, print and wrap ping paper, priators’ stationery, ate., eta. Freights contracted beta eastward aad westward. Cask advances sada on consignments, at all time in any amount. Persons consigning goods to our care, eaa depend up on tar tr interests being protected in regard to over char ges. Goods forwarded at the lowest going rates Irre spective of any particular line or boat. Storage and Commission ns low as any respectable boose. CBce on the Levee, foot of Jackson street. St Paul, May 31, i 859. J. C. A H. C. BURBANK J. C. BURBANK, General Agent for the Onlenn, Dunletth. Dubuque A Minnesota racket Company. ARRANGEMENT 1859. 1859. 1859 Minnesota Stage Co., Consolidntion of Burbank A Co’s and Allen am. Chase’s Stage Routes, earr* l ug the North west’n Express AND UNITED STATES MAILS. Proprietors: J. C BURBANK A CO., ALLEN A CHASE The Roads are all well Stocked with First Class Hors es, oncord Coaches, with careful and experienced Driv era, all under the control of competent Agents. Saint Paul to La Crosse Via Hastings, Red Wing. Lake City, Wabashaw, Reads, Minnetska and Winona, twice daily, at 4 o’clock, A.M., and 12 o’clock M. PASSENGERS j May deperd upon being carried in a careful manner and at Reasonable Rates of Fare, to all the following Points, viz: St. Anthony,Minneapolis, Maaomin, 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 Winy, Bt. Joseph, Cold Springs, Richmond, Alexandria, Bracken ridge, Fort Abercrombie, Red River, Stillwater, Marine, Vasa, Taylor’s and Saint Croix Falls. Extras will be Sun to any part of the Country for Plea sure parties or others at any time on call For farther particulars enquire at the General Office, on Third street, near the “American,” or at the Office of the North Western Express Company. J. C. BURBANK, Manager. Saint Paul, Dec. 6. 1859. dec7 pRINT PAPER AT REDUCED PRICES, Constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest prices PRINTERS’ INKS. Orders filled by Expretß at better rates than can he obtained elsewhere. CASH, AND THE HIGHEBT PRICE PAID FOR RAGS AT OUR WAREHOUSE. may27-d4-w3m J. C. A H. C. BURBAMK. PEESH OYSTERS. PRICE REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES TO 75 A 80 PENTS PER CAN. These Oysters are put up in Baltimore, expressly for this market, and are of better quality, and the cans contain more Oysters than any other brand ever brought here. To ensure their being as fresh as pocsible, they are expressed from Baltimore in six days, arriving daily. * Orders from the country will meet with prompt atten tion. Families snpplied by leaving their orders at our office. All sold guaranteed good. dec2o J. C. BURBANK A CO. POR SUPERIOR BURBANK’S STAGES Leave For Superior, Via Columbus, Wyoming, Sunrise City, Folsom’s, and Chengwatonna, LEAVE ST. PAUL EVERY MONDAY-AND THURSDAY, AT EIGHT O’CLOCK, AM.-THROUGH IN THREE DAYS. January 1, 1860. INTER FREIGHTS FROM THE EAST. Ship by “ Merchants’ Despatch,” care N. W. Express Co., La Crosse. Through tariff from New York to St. Paul, 95 61 per 100 lbs. janl J. C. BURBANK A CO. QA S H—ILL IN OIS AND WISCONSIN MONEY PAID FOR WHEAT AND OATS. At our Warehouse on the Levee. J. C. A H. C. BURBANK. i K HHDS. PRIME SUGAR. AkJ lOOßbls. 100 Bbls. Dried Apples. 200 “ White Lime. 10 > Plaster Paris. 200 “ Cement. Just received and for sale by J. C. AH. C. BURBANK. QTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 0 OF DAKOTA—DISTRICT COURT, FIFTH JU DICIAL DISTRICT. In the matter ef the application of De u nis W. C. Dun well to be discharged from his debts as an insolvent debtor. To the creditors of Dennis W. C. Pun well, a resident of the County of Dakota, in the State of Minnesota : Yon will please take notice that on the ninth day of November, A. D. 1859, upon reading and filing the pe tition, schedule and affidavit of Denis W. C. Du well for s discharge from his debts as an insolvent debtor, pur suant to the provisions of chanter eighty-nine of the Re vised Statutes of Minnesota, entitled “ Of the Relief of Insolvent Debtors,” an order was made by the Hon. ThomasWlson, the the sating Judge ofthe District Court for the Fifth Judicial District for Dacota eouaty, in Minnesota, requiring all the creditors ofthe said Denis W. C. Dun well to show cause, if any Bey may have, before the Hon. N. M. Donaldson, Jadge ofthe ■nid District Court for the said Fifth Judicial District for the county of Dacota snd State of Minnesota, at his cham bers, in the town of Owatonna In Steele oounty, in Min nesota, on the twentieß day of February, A. D. 1860, at the hoar of nine o’eloek, A. M. of said say, why an assignment of the said lneolvent’e estate should not be made, and he be discharged from hie debts, pursuant to the statute in such case made end provided, end that notice ef the contente of said order be published onee tn each week for ten suoeeeelve weeks preview te said day of hearing in the following newspapers to wit: In Be Heatings Independent, a newspaper printed and published In Dako n oounty : in the Weekly Ptoneeg end Democrat, a newspaper printed and published in the city of St. Paul, tn Ramsey County, Be teat of govern ment of the State ef Minnesota ; and in the State Jour nal, a newspaper printed and publiehed in the oity ef Lansing, the seat of government of the 8tal» of IHehlgaw. GEO. L. A K. A. OTIS. - „ AttwjtoynfarPetttioner. . Dated Bt. Paul, November 12,1859. novlß-wlow QTATE OF MINNESOTA— FIFTH 0 JUDICIAL DISTRICT—DISTRICT COURT— -Bwi»meae^Tor T “«“«T demanded on contrast tar taai dee9-w9w Ptototir* Attorney. *