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EARLE S. GOODRICH, PROPRIETOR. PIONEER BUILDINGS, CORN® THIRD AND JACKSON STREETS. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. 11. DAILY PIONEER. »|-a« IMIITIT HnLM-V.\aun tTBIT WKXK DAY MOR VIM-i by' EARLE S. GOODRICH, Pioneer Buildings, Corner Third and Jackson Street*, UAILY PIONEER, SIX DOLLARS PER AN SIX bates of advertising. T t ANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS —One Dollar pe» Square of Ten lanes, forth* first insertion, and Fifty Cants per Square for each subsequent insertion. TEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS—Ten hues of N’onpariel type make a Square: 1 Sana re,l insertion, t 75 1 Square, two months, 5 1 Square each additional 25 1 Square, three mouths.. 00 1 Square,on* week, --1 74 l Square, six months, 900 1 Square,two week*. -2 75 1 Square one year,- - - *ls X Square,one mouth, -4 00 All Adrertisements, unless the time is specified, will be inserted till forbid,and charged accordingly. Book and Job Printing executed at this office in a supe rior style, at reasonable rates Saint Paul Easiness ®ar&o. MOLLISSMLAU A HLthEM, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW AND so licitors in Chancery. Office the -ame as the one hero tofore occupied by Rice, Uollinshead A Becker. WM. lOUASSHtAD. QKORGB L. BWXCR. St. Paul May 31, 1865 jeddtf N. E. TYSON A CO., DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Ac., Robert*, between Third and Fourth streets, St. Paul. CATHCAKT Ac CO., WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEAI-EKS IN FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, No. 20 Roberts street, St. Paul. AIAHKLEY A KEBNi " DEALERS IN HARDWARE. CUTLERY, Ac., St. Anthony street, one door above the American House, St. Paul. CHARLES E. HAYO A CO., WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS in HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE, Third street, between Miuue**"*- and Roberts streets, St. Paul L J. X l . ftfiXTEl), SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER, Office St. Anthony street, opposite the Empire Block, Upper Town, Saint Paul. " W. H. FOUBES, HR CO MI'AN Y ST. PAUL OUTFIT, also DRY GOODS and GROCERIES, Third street, St. Paul. W. M. COMBS. WOOES ELI-KR and STATIONER, opposite the American House. St. Paul. A.UES A VAN ETIEN, ~~~~~ iITORNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT LAW and SOLICIT ORS IN CHANCERY, Office corner of Third and Minue sola streets, St. Paul. THCiUAN Iff. SMITH, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, NOTARY PUBLIC, COLLEC TOR and GENERAL AGENT, corner of Third and Min nesota streets, St. Paul. , j. w. setipsoji, WHOLESALE GROCER, PRODUCE, FORWARDING aud COMMISSION MERCHANT. Lower Levee, St. Paul, Minnesota. Advances made on Consignments. St. Paul, June 24th, 1854. *lll H. E. MAbTERSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, St. Anthony street, St. Paul. I>. L. FELLER, W HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND PROVISIONS, near the Upper Landing, St. Paul. CKO. L. BECKER, AGENT OF HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Office in brick block, above American House, St. Anthe uy street, St. Paul, Minnesota. xri'EES Jfc HUNT, CABINET WARE ROOMS, and DEAldOlri IN übooko HAND FURNITURE, Third street, St. Paul. HAWiuuouvr A nATHES FASHIONABLE TAILORS and CIXJTHIERS, Third street, near the Post Office, St. Paul. A. VANCE BROWN) WEAL ESTATE BROKER, St. Anthony,Street. near Kellogg A Kinney’s store, St. Paul, Minnesota. J. E. WHITNEY, JAGUERREAN ARTIST, Corner of Third aud Cedar streets, St. Paul, Minnesota. V. *. SPERRY, in. 0., HOMtEPATHIST AND SURGEON. Office on Third Street, opposite C. E. MAYO A CO. Residence at the Cential House. J. M. MATTHEWS, WAGGON and CARRIAGE MAKER, Robert street, St. Paul. SANBORN Ac FRENCH, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Commis •iooers for New England States, and New York. Office in the “ Rice House,” St. Anthony street, junx a. baxbokm. (janlstf) thkodorb ncici. JOSEPH BEKGFELD, DEALER IN STOVES, MANUFACTURER OF TIN AND Copper Ware, wholesale and retail, at J. H. Byers’ o staud, Roberts street, St. Paul, Minnesota. Feb-1. j WM. SJPKIGU HALLi ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. aud Com missioner for Maryland. Office corner of Third and Wu bashaw streets, opposite the Post Office, St. Paul. March 1, 1865.' dtf_ PALMER Ac HAYWARD, ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Office No. 1, Empire Block, St. Paul, Minnesota. References: Ex-President Fillmore, Buffalo, N. V. Ex-Got. Wm. A. Palmer, Danville, Vt. Got. W. A Gorman, St. Paul, M.T. Hon. Hiram K. Jerome, Rochester, N. Y. Hon. D. A. Smalley, Burlington, Vt. Messrs. Kent, Eaton A Kent, New York CitT. ' KUWaltl* C. raLMER. WILBt'R n ./lAYWASD. IRWIN A JONES, JgL ATTORNEY'S AT LAW, St. Paul, Minnesota. Office ST" the office of the 17. S. Marshal, corner of St. AiUdflmv and Market streets. Dec. 4, 1854 dl:vflL M. W. IRWIN. a. c. J<9pr 1 —- S- — C. D. UILFILEAN, • I ATTORNEY’ AT LAW. Office opposite Borup A . Oakes’ Banking House Third street, St. Paul. dec. 13, 1854-dftwly MRS. SIEGENTHALEK, FASHIONABLE MILLINER, newly arrivedtroin St. Lou- , is, Jackson street, between Fifth and Sixth, St. Paul. | August 23, 1854. aug 23-dly RUBY A CALLE.NDEK, MANUFACTURER OF LIME. Sliakopee, Minnesota. j ALEXANDER KEY, WHOLESALE GROCER. FORWARDING AND COMMIS sion Merchant, Lower Levee, St. Paul, Minnesota. Feb. 24, 1855. feb24ly j SEWALL Ac DENSIHORE, CIVIL ENGINEERS, offer their services for surveying and ; subdividing lands, making surreys and estimates for j roads, bridges, and hydraulic works Particular atten tion also given to draughting and copying (ilans. Office in Post Office building, St. Paul. Minnesota. declßdtf i A. M. Ac O. T. HAVES, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, Has tings. Minnesota Territory. sept2l wtf _ LOTT ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR AT LAW aud GENERAL LAND AGENT. Particular attention will be given to collections,paying taxes, entering lands, securing pre . emptiona, and entries made by military land war rants. MACKUBIN 4c EDUERTON, BANKERS, EXCHANGE A REAL ESTATE BROK RS «Omr*—No 7, Winslow Ilorsx St. Pacl. Minnksota. ■t ril.l. buy and sell Exchange—Discount good busiuess 1 paper at current rates—Receive Deposit*,, Buy and rsell Real Estate on Commission—Make Collections Take i charge of Real Estate of non-residents, pay taxes,« ,d do | all outer business pertaining to their profession. BirRKIKOS: Willis A. Gorman, Governor Minnesota; Alexander Ram ■ aey, Ex-Governor; Ogden, Jones ft Co Chicago; Charles Marvin, Del. Bank, Delhi, N. Y.; Wadsworth ft Shellon, N. Y.: H. A. Tucker ft Co., Ex. Bank, Chicago; Harrison Fay, Boston. June, 24, 1854. Parker & Carver, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. WILL make collections—pay taxes—loan money— and attend to all tke business of a General Collec ting Agency. March 29, 1855-dlyy - I PLUSH CAPS! JUST OPENED, Tn great abundance, cheaper than ever before offered, by at least 30 per cent, at B. HATCH k CO., Stare—At. Anthony street, near the Presbyterian Oct. to dtf Church. Saint Paul Business (Sarfts. -N. P. INGALL4, ~ r ~~ TEACHER OF THE PIANO FORTE, VOCAL MUSIC AND THOROUGH BASS. Rooms over the Boston Boot dt Shoe Store , 3d st., St. Paul HAY’INO formerly been Tuner in a Piano Forte Manu factory, the subscriber is prepared to attend to that department’in a manner which will give satisfaction. March 1, 1865. J. A. 71. HOISINGTON, BOOK-BINDER, third story of B. Presley’s Brick House. Third street, will attend to all business in his line with which he may he entrusted. Books, Magazines aud Periodicals hound in any style. Old Books rebound and Music bound in QUICK time,for the ladies. 1 Saint Paul, Oct. 2. Jt <»ct3d H. FOWLER, CLOCK and WATCH MAKER, St. Anthony Street, opposite the Rice House. St. Paul. ' GEORGE A. NOURSE, ATTOP.NEY ft COUNSELLER AT LAtV. Office-oppo site Spooner’s new building, Lower Town, St. An* , thony, Minnesota. References. —Prof. Parsons, Law school. Cambridge; Prol Parker, do; Hon. E. G. Loring, do; Chief Justice Shaw, Boston; liun.C. G. Loring, do; T. J. D. Fuller^ ! Calias, Me; E. B Washburne, Galena, 111.; Dutton Richardson ft Co., Boston; Batclielder, Mann ft Go. do; Stephen Brown ft Sons, do; R. I*. Upton, Esq., St’ Anthony, M. T. d 27 HOLLAND Ac HUNT, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Sliakopee Minn. Terr., and Chaska, Minn. Terr. Will attend promptly to all business entrusted to their charge, in the different Courts of the Territory, and particularly in the Courts of the Counties in the Minnesota Y’alley. Examinations in reference to titles to lauds made free of charge. JNO. 11. HOLLAND, THOMAS C. HINT, Shakopee, Chaska, Scott County, Hennepin County, Minn. Terr Jan 30-dly Minn. Terr. CATHCAKT, No 20 Robert Street. So*"' sr. r. Wool vsal K ivn iiktalL DEALER IN IOI*r.IGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. KEEPS constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of fancy and staple Dry Goods, consisting! i part of Brown Sheetings, Shirtings, Stripes, Drilling, Prints, Muslin de Laines, Lusters, Merinos, Velvets, Ho siery and Gloves, Silks, etc. A large stock of Carpeting, Druggets, Mattings, and all kinds of House Furnishings, low lor Cash at 43 No. 20 Robkktstrkkt. St Paul A. H. nOSLEY, MAXrPACTURKR AND DEALKR IN ALL KINDS OF HATS, CAPS, FURS AND GLOVES, Third Street, opposite the Minnesotian Office. AH. M. has on hand, in addition to a full stock ol • the articles above enumerated, a large assortment of INDIAN CURIOSITIES, And Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods. He would also in form the Ladies and Gentlemen of Minnesota, tiiat he i* prepared to make up all descriptions of Fancy Furs, la dies Riding Hats, and Gloves, at the shortest notice. The highest market price will he paid for Furs and Deer Skins. June 24, ’54 dly. ARSENAL’, GETZ Ac CO., Dealers in all kinds of FANCY GOODS, Toya, Jewelry, Musical Instru ments, Accordeons, Cutlery, Sporting Apparatus, Fishing Tackle. Willow Ware, Perfumery, ect. Also, all kinds of Fruit, Nuts, Fancy Candies, and BEST IMPORTED CIGARS. All orders from abroad promptly attended to. AKSENAU, GETZ ft CO., March 10-lyd Third street, next doorto Presley. CHAMMLIN Ac MORGAN, WHOLHSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING , HATS, Caps^Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods, (air peting, uil Cloths, Window Shades and Curtains Wall Paper &c. Third street, between Roberts and ack son. »»ay 1. C. I». SCOT'iV HAM Just arrived with his large atock of Plastering Materials, and ia now ready to supply his custom era at his warehouse, adjoining his residence, near the Capitol. He has also for sa’e and will k.ep constantly on hand a good article of Plaster Paris, Cement, Hair, White Finiffiing Lime, and the best Lime manufactur ed in the Territory—consisting in part as follows : 1,000 bushels of Plastering Hair; 20 barrels oi Plaster Paris; 25 “ best article of Cement or water Urns. 1000 barrels of White Finishing Lima; And any quantity of other Lime—all of which he will sell upon reasonable terms for cash. I will also erntinus my business as Builder or Plas terer. Thankful for past favors, and solicits a continu ance of the same- OHAS. P. SCOTT. St. Paul, May 21. 1855.—dtf S. J. K. McMILLAN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, WILL attend promptly and faithfully to all business entrusted to him in the line of his profession, at Stillwater, St. Paul, St. Anthony, and throughout th* Territory of Minnesota, and the adjoining counties o the State of Wisconsin. Office, Stillwater,Min. REFERENCES. Hi* Ex. Alex. Ramsey, Geo. W. Campbellft Co., St. Paul. Galena Dr. C. W. Borup, “ Mr. R. Lansing, “ Mr. J. W. Simpson, “ Mr. S. O. Butler, St. Louis llou. A.W. Looinis, Pittsh’g J. 11. Larkin ft Co. “ “ C. ihaler, “ Sam’l J.Wethersllft Co.“ J. R. Moorhead, Esq. “ Jos. C. Butler ft Co. Cin G. W. Jackson, Esq. “ Mr. Jos. P. Beggs, “ Sam’l Gormly, Esq. “ Mr. O.Walker,Marine Mills Maj. J. B. Butler, and “ 11. Burke, “ “ Itizen* generally, •* “ C.J. Butler, “ “ MATHEW FLOOD, MERCHANT TAILOR , Roberts street, next door to Royer's Hotel. WISHES to announce to the citizens of St. Paul and surrounding country that he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line of business. Give him a call. june2Bd6m fID- MCMAHON HOLLAND. FRANK WARREN. HOLLAND 4- WARREN, ATTORNEYS Ac COUNSELLOR* AT LAW SHAKOPEE, MIN. TER. \\’ ILL practice in all the Courts of the Territory, v T and pay strict attention to all business entrusted to their charge. Land bought and sold, Land Warrants located, and orders for conveyancing and the making of abstracts of titles solicited. Shakopee, M . T., Sept. 6, 1855. dt f SAINT PALL iron Brass Foundry. F. GILMAN, ----- Proprietor, MILL and Machinery Castings, Building Columns, Window Caps, Sash Weights, Cauldron Kettles, Sleigh Shoes, ftc., Ac. Iron Turning, Brass Castings, Pattern making, fte., done to order. Babbitt Metal constantly on hand. | St. Paul, Aug. 31. dtf EAGLE BAKERY AND CRA CKER MAN UFA C TOR Y. THE subscribers beg leave to return thanks to the public for the liberal patronage heretofore extend ed to them in their line of business, and hope to receive a continuation of the same. They would say that they are now much better prepared to do work than they have ever been before, having just received a Cracker Machine from Boston, which will enable them to do their work with such facility and despatch that they can supply the public with either Boston, Soda, Butter, Sugar, Water, or Wine Crackers; also, Pilot Bread, or any other articles in the trade, at all times, baked fresh every morning Biead, Crackers, Ac., seut to any part of the city to order free of charge. July 19-dlf SPENCE A GIES.. STOOAKT PIANOS. HAVING beeu appointed sole agent lor these cele brated Instruments' in St. Paul, I am prepared to j furnish them at manufacturers prices. The great repu ' tation these instruments have ALL OVER THE WORLD ! i renders it unnecessary to speak ia their praise. 1 Those in want of an lustrumont will please call and i examine those I have on hand. VON HAMM, At the Bookstore, opposite the Post Office, i St. Paul, October 10. 1855. dtf LAND WARRANTS! Persons wishing to LOCATE LAND, Can purchase Warrants VERY LOW FOR CASH.-& « From the subscriber, H. LINDBI EY, JuylOtfd At Starkey ft Pettey’s Land Office. ATLANTA HONEY. TLEXANDEK RF-Y will take any quantity of ATLANTA BANK BILLS in payment for old debts, and will re, eive ltto any amount for current sales at his warehouse Lower Levee. Nov. 24.1954 nov24t ALEXANDER REY. SAINT PAUL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1855. American House, Corner of St. Anthony. Exchange and Fourth. Streets, SAINT PAUL. S. LONG, • - - Proprietor. FWTHE Proprietors olths American House respectful- A. ly announce to their old patrons, and stranger* ▼isitiug Saint Paul, that their popular hotal has been thoroughly renovated and fitted up with new and ele gant furniture, and that they are prepared to entertain those who may favor them with their patronage in a manner to fully sustain tha character ef their house as the leading hotel of the capital of Minnesota. £7 Connected with the American is a Livery Stable, prepared to furnish pleasure parties, and others, with elegant turnouts. Aprl9dly JOHN CHI* WELL. MORKXS FLYNN. Mendota House, Mendota, Minnesota Territory. Messrs, criswell ft flynn respectftaiy suuounce to the public that they have taken this commodious and beautifully situated Hotel—at the mouth of the Min nesota River, and opposite Fort Snelling—and are now open and ready for the accommodation of strangers and travelers. No pains will be spared to accommodate both men and animals to the satisfaction of the traveling public. April 13, 1854. dfim* LeSueur City House, JAS. S. PERRY, • - Proprietor. THE present proprietor will spare no pains to make this one of the best houses in the Minnesota Valley. Situated just above the Big Woods, on the Minnesota River, the travel ler will find a good home here. His ta ble will be supplied with th* best the market affords; and everything necessary to make the traveller comfort able. Good stabling attached. A share of pat ronage is solicited LeSueur City. J»G- JD 6 dtf Temperance House, SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA, Jackson Street, between Third and Fourth, LOTT MOFFETT, Proprietor. GOOD BOARDING, by the day or week, or month,on easy terms. 1 have kept hotel in St. Paul for five years, and consequently understand the wants of all who are com polled to board. Sign—'’•■■•are and Compass, declfidl Winslow House, NT. PAUL, MINNESOTA TERRITORY. rjIHLS sple. did establishment has lately changed into I the hands of Mr. P. E. Dorjikt, late of the Saint Lawrence Hotel, Ugdensburgh, N. Y., who ia renovating the establishment throughout, l’aiutiug, Papering, ftc., and is adding a large addition to the furnituro now in the house, which will make it one of the most comfortable and pleasant Hotels in the country. Mr. Dorsky has had nearly twenty years experience in the Hotel business ; has conducted some of the largest aud best Houses in the South and North, and can safely say that he will make the Winslow House the favorite of the Western world. The House will accommodate com fortably two hundred and fifty guests. A liberal share of public patronage solicited. P. E. DORSEY. Proprietor, fit. Paul, July 30, 1855-dftw. Merchants 9 Hotel, Comer Third and Jackson streets, fronting the Steam boat Landing. M. S. ALLEN * - - Proprietor. HAVING taken the above Hotel and thoroughly re fitted and re furnished it, Mr. ALLEN begs to in form the citixens of St. Paul and the traveling public, that he is now prepared to accommodate both board ers and travelers, in a manner unsurpassed in the city. The table shall always be supplied with the best the market affords. The location of the Hotel being imme diately in Iront of the steamboat landing, and in the business portion of the city, makes it particularly de sirable to those wao wish to depart on boats or trans act business in the city. June 1-dawtf Central House, D. C. JOHNSON. Proprietor. WOULD reepectftilly apprise the publfc that he lias thoroughly repaired and renovated this old and favorite house, and ia now prepaied lo accommo date the traveling community upon the most reasona ble terms. Boarders taken by the day or week. His table will at all times be supplied with the choicest viands of the season. A number of attentive servants will always be in attendance. Bept. 15-dtf A UOHHE! A HOUSE!’ MY KINGDOM FOR A HORSE l ! Richard is Himself again! COLLINS IN THE FIELD! THE undersigned takes this opportunity of inform ing his old customers and the public generally, that he has resumed his former business in the store ol Sawtelle ft Ce., known as the World’s Fair, corner of Third and Roberta streets, in the Auction and Commis sion line. Particular attention paid to the sale of Horses, Bug gies, Wagons, 4c. Having had more experience in that line than any other person in tha Territory, he would just say to those wishing to dispose of stock that they will And it to their advantage to give him a call. F. E. COLLINS, Pioneer Auctioneer. N. B.—Persons wishing to see me upon buiiness will find me at the store of Messrs. Bawtelle ft Co., or at the stable of J. A. Conley, on Third street, back o Chamblin ft Morgan’s. May 29-dtf F. E. C. GROCERY AND FEED STORE N CON NECTION WITH NOBLES* MILL. lIIAVE established at Larpenteur’s old provision stand, Third street, next door above Jackson, an extensive Grocery and Feed Store, which will be sup plied with flour, corn meal, bran, shorts, and ell other products ol my Mill at Trout Brook. Also, will be kept constantly ou band a general assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES Ac PROVISIONS. All orders left at the Store for anything in my line will be promptly attended to, and the article delivered tree of charge in any part of th city. July 7, 1855. Wm. H. NOBLES. Smith & Towne, DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE ! BED WING, MIN. TER. OFFICE OPPOSITE THE U. s. LAND OFFICE GOVEBNKIENT LANDS SELECTED. LAND WARRANTS LOCATED, Investments made to the Best Ad vantage, AND MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. ALL kind* of Surveying. Mapping and Plotting done to order, by a practical Surveyor. Persons wishing copies of Township Maps of the surveyed lands, can ba furnished at reasonable prices. REFERENCES: Hon. Ex-Gov. Alexander Ramsey. St. Paul. Hon. W. H. Welch, Cliie! Justice of Min. Ter. W. W. Phelps, Esq., Register of the U. S. Laud Office, Red Wing. C. C.Graham. Esq., Receiver laind Office, Red Wing. Rev. J. W. Hancock. Register of Deeds, Red Wing. Sanborn & French, Attorneys at Law, St. Paul, lion. Janies U. Parker, 13 Barclay street. N. Y. City. D’Wolf, Maclay A Quimbv, Real Estate and Stock Bro kers, Chicago, 111. Hon. T. T. Abbot, Mayor of Manchester, N. H. James Pierce, Esq.. Hudson, N. H. F. P. James A Co.. 36 Wall street. New York. Hon. H. M. Rice, Delegate to Congress, St. Paul. A. Gilman, Esq., Lowell. Mass, o. F. smith. (Aug.SUy.) T. r. Towns. HATb. WOODBURY k. PUTNAM have just opened a large assortment of Han and Capa of all descriptions which they are offering at unusually low prices, and are bound ot sell. Call on Woodbury A Putnam, corner Third.and Jackson street. Pioneer Building. St Paul, May 24, 55—tf WORLD’S FAIR GBOCEKI BTUREr LOUIS BARTLETT, HAVING purchased the Grocery, Wine and Liquor De partment of the World’s Fair, on Roberts street, below Third, informs his friends and the puolic that he has on hand always an extensive and superior assortment of all goods in hia line. In a short time he will retain from a trip to the East, and will bring with him ample supplies for everv want, of which due notice will be given St. Paul. April 9. If NOTICE* IS hereby given, that no person or persons are allowed to bury their dead in the County Burying Ground, without an order from W. DAHL Overseer of the Poor, or of the County Commissioners. Any person violating the above rule will be prosecuted. By order of the County Commissioners of Ramsey County, M. T. W. DAHL, Supt of Poor. Ramsey County, Sept. 11.1*66 dßw wffm 8t Paul District ottlft* «*MfO SHrtJ'tß. ST. LOUIS, MO., Fall Trade, 1855. MliCI WUTTUOU, 1 BOBT J. WMITTBMORB, I St. Nww York. | lomts r. cabtxs, ( Louis H. 4c R. H. VnOTTEHORE At CO., Manufacturers & Wholesale Dealers in . HATS, CAPS, FURS * BONNETS, No. 2? Maim Street, First door North of the Bank of Miaaouri. RYHE subscribers once more call the attention of their J. friend*, and ell who are in want of articlee in their line, to their large atock of goods, manufactured ex preaely lor the Western trade, end will receive, week ly, by express, mil new styles which appear in the Eas tern market*. We beg leave to call attention to our large assort ment of Milk and Matin Bonnets. From our long experience ia trade, (fifteen years in this city,) we feel confident that the aelection of Goods wo make is suited end adapted particularly to thia mar ket; and we respectfully solicit an examination of our Mock, being determined to ofler each inducements ea will make it desirable to do business with us. H. ft R. B. WHITTEMORE ft CO. N- B. The highest market price paid, in cash, for Furs and Peltries. St. Louis, August S, 1855. Aug 16-wSm HO FARJHfiRS! ! Jast received at the St. Paul A GRIC UL 'I URAL WARE HO USB Near the head of Third street — CORN Shelters, Mattock-, ricks and Grub Vegetable Cutters, Hoes, Hay ft Straw Cutter., Grain Separators, Meat Cuiwn> Whipstocks ft Lashes, s»aatf« Stuflers, Corn Mills, Horse hoes ft cultivators, Post Augers, Harrows 4 Seed Soweis, Bull rings if cow chains, Cast Steel Ploughs, Ox and cow bells, Ox yokes and boughs, Cross-cut Ac Pit Maws, Grindstones, Scythes and Snaths, Farmers’ Boilers, Grape vine Cradles, Grindstone cranks and Hay Ac manure Forks, Rollers, Scythe stones, rakes,etc., Sickles and grass hooks, Ox *t Log Chains, Corn ft hilling hoes, Brush scythes ft hooks, Corn baskets, etc, Tools of all kinds, etc. All of which we offer for sale at the lowest price for cash. McCLOUD ft BROTHER. July 13,1854. w3m COMMISSIONERS* NOTICE. WE the subscribers being appointed by the Probate Court of Ramsey County and Territory of Min nesota, to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands ol all persons against the Estate of JOHN DONNELLY, late of said County, deceased, and also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto; and six months from the third day of September, A. D. 1855, being al lowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice that we will attend to the duties of our said appointment at the office of Monbll ft Rich aanaoN, iu the City of St. Anthony, on SATURDAY 1 the 27th day of October next, between the hours of 9 o’clock A. M. and 4 o’clock P. M., of that day. WM. RICHARDSON, _ . . s274tw] JOHN MERCHANT. fCommionotusn. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALK f R VHE undersigned, wishing to dispose of his property, K now offers at private sale the Hotel known as the Wasson House, Furniture, and Stabling. This property is one of the best stands for a public house and livery sta ble in the Minnesota Valley. For particulars, inquire of the subscriber on the premises. WM. M. SHERWOOD. Shakopee, Scott County, M. T., Feb. 14, 1855. wtf MARKLEY 4c KERN, DEALERS IN HARDWARE, TOOLS AND CUTLERY, On St. Anthony st., near the American House. WOULD call the attention of the citizens of Bt. Paul and vicinity, to their new, large and well assorted atock of HOUSE FURNITURE, BucU as Nalls, Locks in all their variety. Wrought, cast, Parliament and strop binges, Bolts, shutters, Fasteners, brads, ]o*eks, screws, Latches, Bell pullsanddoor Rappers. MECHANIC’S TOOLS. Hand, Buck, mill, X, Back aud Rip saws: Hatchets, ax. es, broad and pitching Adze; spoke shaves, drawing knives, Firmer, socket, turning or paring Chisels; Augurs, brace*, Trowel*; Jack, smoothing and Fine Planes; Plow and bead Guages. boring machines, Hatchets, Hammers, Flat, round and saw Files, two and four fold Rules. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, lurks, Rakes, Scythes, scythe snaths, Hoes, curry-combs, Trace, back, Breast, Timber and Lock Chains; Grab Hoes and Picks. HOUSE FURNISHING. Tjays, Looking Glasses, Knives and Forks, spoons; a tine assortment of silver plated, Brittania and Japan Ware; Boilers, Kettles, Fire-dogs, Shoves and Lounges, Waffle Irons, Coffee Burners, Patent enamelled Iron Kettles, La dies. Skimmers, gridirons, Coffee mills, Flat irons, Butch er, Cook and Carving-knives. They have alsoa fine assortment of Saddlery, Trimmings stirrups, Bitts, Buckets; with Chain Pumps, door scrapers Corn Mills, Patent Balances and Counter Scales St. Paul,May 191854. w _tf THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. ELEVENTH YEAR. SPLENDID ENGRAVINGS AND PRIZES. THE Eleventh Annual Volume of this useful publica tion commences on the 17th day of September next. 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Agriculturists, and people of every profession in life, will find the “Scientific American” to be of great value in their respective callings. Its eounsels and sug gestions will save them hundreds of dollars annually, be sides affording them a continual source of kuowledge, th* experience of which is beyond pecuniary estimate. The “Scientific American ” is published once a week; every number contaias eight large quarto pages, forming annually a complete and splendid volume, illustrated with several hundred original Entering*. td~ Specimen copies sent gratis. 4^*Terms:—Single subscriptions, *2 a year, or *1 for six months. Five copies, for six months, *4; for a year, SB. For further club rates and for statement of the four teen large Cash Prixes, offered by the publishers, see “ Scientific American.” Southern, Western and Canada money, or Poet Office Stamps, taken at par for subscriptions. Letters should be directed (post paid) to MUNN ft CO., Aug. 21-wy 128 Fulton street, New York. Ale, Porter and Cider Depot! JAMES CONNOLLY, having purchased the inter eat of J. Anderson in the above business, informs the public that he will keep constantly on hand at his establishment, opposite the Drug Store of Morton ft Pace, a bountiful supply of the best brand* of Ale, Por ter and Cider, embracing the best of English as well as American manufacture. He will also keep a stock at the old staud of J. Anderson, Roberts street. Give me a call, ye thirsty denizens of this terrestrial sphere. June 4,1855. dtf LAGER BEER! THRESH LAGER BEER, just received from Bt. Lou Jl is, to be had at the Mi lwaukee Lager Beer Saloon corner of Jackson and Fifth streets. «ept. 5-det ALBERT KUBY. SASH, DOOR, AND HLIND FACTORY. rIE undersigned respectfullly informs the public that he Ua* fitted up an establishment on the corner tf Fourth and St. Peters streets, in the rear of th - . re.oy terian Church, for the manufactur* of SASH, DOORS AND BL -.-S He will st all time* keep on ban line largeat and best assortment of all work in hi< line to be found in Minne sota. Orders promptly l.lled at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms. The attention of th* public ia called to an examination ef his work and prices. N. E. — All orders from the country promptly attended ot. N. GROSS St. Paul, Angus 17, 1854. aug 19-dtt ITT LAND OFFICE. P. Y. WISE, GENERAL LAND AGENT AND DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. LANDS Entered, Land Warrants located, Taxes paid Interest paid on State Lands, Ac. Township Plats for sale, Lands selected, and everything connected with the Land bnsineee done promptly. XX Addrem Prescott,Plane eouty, Wlseo sept Sl’M-wly an. Gromits, Jcc. N. E. Tyson & Co., Wholesale and Retail Groeera, Winn, Liquor, and Provision MERCHANTS, ROBERT STREET, BETWEEN 3D AND 4TH STS., St. Paul. To the Trade of St. Paul and the Merchants OF THE UPPER COUNTRY AN IMMENSE NEW STOCK OF FRESH GRO CERIF.S, WINES, LIQUORS AND PROVISIONS. Great inducements to Trade in Saint Paul Upon an Undeviating Cash System ! "AT E. TYSON ft CO. have been and are now receiving J-V * by every arrival from the Eastern and Southern Markets, the Largest Stock of Groceries, Liquors, and Pro visions, evsk brought to Minxw», end more than dou ble that which was thougUt to be entirely too large for for the antiolyeied business of last year. This stock has been purchased and brought here thus early in the season for the reason that there might be low water at a later period during its continuance; and consequentlg the ad ded charges of high freight and incidental outlays have been avoided. We are, therefore, prepared now to sell eur stock at unusually low prices FOR CASH OR APPROVED PAPER The utmost care has been exercised in making up this selection of goods, and it is confidently believed that it comprises a full and choice assortment of EVERY ARTICLE IN THE TRADE. Merchants from the Upper Country are solicited to make a personal Inspection of our stock, or send their orders which will be promptly attended to. Every facility will be offered for the speedy transportation of goods, and pur chasers may rely on all their wants and directions being strictly attended to. 8 All goods gold are guaranteed to be of the quality rep resented j and it is certain that purchasers in the trade can find in our stock articles as numerous, and at prices as low, as they can be obtained in St. Louis,or any of the Eastern markets. A comparison of our prices with those of St. Louis and Eastern cities, is invited, and when the expense of travelling is considered, the loss of time in transportation, the dangers ot navigation, and the wear and tear of packages, may be entirely avoided by pur chasing of us, we think we stand on something more than an oquality with them,in the inducements we offer to the Trade. WHOLESALE HEALERS FROM THE UPPER COUNTRY Will find with us all they want,and at cheap prices. Our stock cousists in part of the following articles • 20 hhds sugar 100 bxs table salt 70 bbls A * B clarified 20 bxs cheese 40 crushed & powder’d do 100 bbls soda, butterft water 30 N O do crackers 50 hf bbls A kegs syrup do 25 do pilot bread 50 sks Rio Coffee 200 drums figs 150 kegs assorted nails 40 bxs pickles 200 bxs palm ft rosin soap 400 bags dairy salt 100 do mould ft star candl's 100 bbls mess pork 125 hf ch Imp ft Y H tea 300 do Jasper flour 100 bxs da 10 hhds canvassed hams 100 bush dried apples 10 do plain 100 (< peaches 6 do shoulders 150 bxs ehewing tobacco 6 do clear sides 50 M regalia cigars 15 bbls leaf lard 10 bbls saleratus 100 kgs do 25 bbls No 1,243 mackerel 50 lbs nutmegs 20 bxs herring 100 bxs yeast powder 100 kits mack’rel k salm’n 60 dox buckets 10 bxs Baltimore oysters 20 nests tubs 15 cans sardines 30 dox washboards 6 tierces rice 20 bxs clothes pins 40 bbls cider vinegar 30 coils cordage 10 do tar, pitch k roslu 30 bxs starch 50 bxs raisins 100 bxa Windsor glass 100 do mustard 10 bbls almonds * filberts US do ground pepper 20 cases bUcking 10 do ginger 200 M D percussion cap. 20 bgs pepper 4 pimento 60 M water proof do 100 lbs cloves 60 blls corn meal j 20 bxs pepper sauce 200 cases matches 60 do T H pipes 50 bxs pint flasks 60 doz brooms 25 do qt do 10 bales wrapping twine 200 bags assorted shot 60 bxs smoking tobacco 10 bbls smoking tobacco 75 reams wrapping paper 20 bx chocolate 16 bxs tomato catsup 50 bxs tin foil tobacco 10 do walnut do 50 bxs assorted candies 60 dox manilla bedcords 100 demijohns assorted 25 do hemp do 10 dox shoe brushes 10 bbls lard oil 10 do scrubbing brushes 1 ease dusters WINKS AND LIQUORS. 100 bbls Peake’s Maguolia. 2 bbls N E rum 50 bbls Bourbon do 6 do sherry 76 Monongahela do 60 bxs Claret wine 26 X Y brandy 10 bxs brandy cherries 10 bbls Baltimore gin 10 lemon syrup do Holland do 60 baskets Heidsick wine 60 qts k 8 csks braudr 20 bxs peppermint 10 csks port wine 20 bxs Stoughton bitters 5 do ale and porter 10 csks Malaga wine 6 do peach brandy 20 bbls cherry brandy 6 do old Mon whiskey 2 do Irish whiskev 2 Scotch do Choice Brandies, lVines, Liqueurs, etc. N. E. T. k Co. have secured a costly assortment of old and choice qualities of Brandies, Wines and Liquors, both in wood and bottled. In the assortment will be found— Old Otard, Dupuy ft Co, Vintage, 1840; A. Seignette, pale and dark; fine flavor; Pellervoisin and Leger Freres, pale and dark; Old Southside Madeira, in bottles; Old Port, crusted, a very superior article fortamilv use and medicinal purposes; Brown Sherry, in the bottles and in the wood; Maraschino,Caracoa,and other liqueurs of the most ap proved and genuine brands. CIGARS. A Urge assortment of the best and most favorite brands, of all qualities. BOAT STORES. A full and complete stock of stores for the supply of boats kept constantly on hand and at the lowest prices, inclu ding Provisions, Cordage, Tar, Piteh, Rosin, etc., etc. There is nothing in our line, it is confidently belived,but what we can supply—and always on the most favorable terms. N. E. TYSON ft CO., May 2fl, 66-dftwtf. Robert Street. A. L. LARPENTEUR, WHOLESALE GROCER Sc. COHIHISBION MERCHANT, Comer Third and Jackson streets, St. Paul, M. T. From retail merchants visiting the city, I would ask a careful inspection of my largo and complete stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WOODEN WARE, NAILS, tfc., fc., As my selections have been made from the largest and best wholesale establishments East and Pouth, with a special view to the Western trade, and in such quantities as to warrant me in offering them at as low prices as they caa be purchased in St. Louis, adding transportation and insurance. A. L. LARPENTEUR. * REFERENCES: Messrs. Borup ft Oakes, Bankers, St. Paul. Messrs. Marshall ft Co., “ *• Truman M. Smith, Banker. “ Ex-Gov. Ramsey, “ Gov. W. A. Gorman, ~ J. Travis Rosser, <• j E. S. Goodrich, Editor Pioneer, . •- Pullan, Hatfield ft Brown, Cincinnati. Harrison ft Hooper, Cincinnati. Edward Hempstead, Chicago. Barrett, King ft Co., Chicago Lorrain ft Co., Galena. Geo. W. Campbell, Galena. L. S. Felt ft Co., Galena. Bond ft Denckla, Philadelphia. Wood, Baeon ft Co. .Philadelphia. Massy ft Caldwell, Pittsburgh. M. W. Lodwick, Portsmouth, Ohio. John Gore ft Co., Boston. Humphreys, Tutt ft Terry, St. Louis Doan, King ft Co., ** David Pearce, “ Wolff ft Hoppe, “ Solen Humphrey, New York. Henry Swift ft Ce.. New York. Townsend, Clark ft Co., New York. George L. Williams, Baltimore. Henry K. Thomas ft Co.. Baltimore. Hanisoa, Pays# ft Co., asm Orleans - •apt. IS, 1556 dawtf st* s*tu awt’** IO KITS NO. i SALMON, JUBT received and for salt by • 25 If A. L. I.ARPRNTBUB, 1 PAY LRB. RUTABAGA SEED for sale, in quaati lt)U lies to suit parchasen, by March 8-tf MORTON At PACE. FLOUR. 25 barrels Jasper Mills Extra Superfine Flour, for sal* act 15 dtf by A. L. LARPENTEUR. FLOUR SACKS. 3000 Flour Sacks, for sale by oct 15 dtf A. L. LARPENTEUR. TEN DOLLARS REWARD. Eetruyed or Stolen! FROM the residence of Messrs. Tainter it Landrey, near St. Paul, a BROWN MARE, 8 years eld, with short or switch tail, in good flesh, and had one white hind foot, and some while spots on her back, cane ed by tlie saddle. Whoever will return said mare shall receive the above reward, or whoever will give any information'where she can be found, .h.n he liberally rewarded. Bt. raul, Oct. 12, 1855. SIMON POWERS. City papers copy 4 weeks. DENTAL CARD. GW. BILDLE, having for the present retired from • the Dental Pn*fession, would cheerfully recom mend to his friends and numerous patrons the profoe ■lonal services of DR. D. C. PRICE, in whom he hue implicit confidence. G. W. BIDDLE. St. Paul, Cct. 16, 1855. A Card. DC. PRICE, Dentist, late ofSt. Lou . Office over the Bookstore Combs ft Brother. Office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Aug. iWIf^ULLf Dr. P. begs to refer to the following gratuitous letter, which has been kindly furnished by the Dental Profes sion of 81. Louis, among whom he haa for the past five years been practising: St. Louis, Aug. 10, 1051. To the Citizens of St. Paul, Minnesota: Dr. D. C. PRICE, having practised his Profession successively in our city for some years, ia known to us as a competent and skillful Dentist, and we choerfolly recommend him as deserving the confidence and patron age of the public. C. W. SPALDING. D. D. S., Corner FiAh and Olivo streets. 11. McKELLOPS, No. 31 Fifth streets. HENRY BARRON, South west corner Fourth ft Market etreete AARON BLAKE, No. 62 Fourth street. e. hale, 54 Washington Avenue. ST. PAIL REFERENCES: Dr. Potts. Dr. Willey. 0., Desire Michaud. Roberts Street, below} Third, need to World's Fair. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS. W ooden A W illow W are, BOAT STORES, etc., etc. Has RECEIVED HIS EXTENSIVE and com plete SPRING STOCK OF GOODS l Selected by himself, in the St. Louis and Eastern mar kets, and which he believes to be fully equal, if not su perior, to sny now on sale in Saint Paul DESIRE MICHAUD, Thankful for the numerous favors bestowed upon has endeavored to meet the wishes of his customsrsin his recent purchases, and has pleasure in setting ferth the following, as a list of a portion of his ksavy stock. Extra and superfine flour, in bbli.. of the meat approved brands, 200 sacks extra and superflne flour 200 do corn meal, ’ 2000 bushels corn, white and yellow 1000 do oats, 3 100 do marrowfat peas, 50 bbls N O clarified sugar, 12 hhds N O brown sugar, 6 do crushed and powdered sugar. 10 % bbla do do do 10 bbls sugar house syrup, • 50 kegs (10 gall) do 50 sacks Rio coffee, 25 half chests tern of all descriptions 100 boxes do do ’ • bags whole pepper, 5 baskets olive #ll, 10 boxes ground do 100 boxes sardines 2 bags allspice, 24 do clams, ’ 5 boxes ground allspice, 24 do lobsters 20 mats cassis, 4 bbls pickled herring, 5 boxes ground cassia, lo bbls de 1 bbl clove*, so do whit* fish 1 boxes ground cloves, 30 cans 12 4- 6 lb mustard I bbl nutmeg, 50 doxen 4- de * f J|** mßce > 20 do vinegar preeerves lbbl tapioca, 25 do ketchups, 2.bbl sago, 25 do pepper sauce lWa pearl bariey, 10 do preserved fruits, 10 boxes vermicelli, 5 do pie fruits 10 do macaroni, 10 boxes yeast powder, 2 do farina, 1 bbl cream tartar. 2 do broma > 4 kefs soda aalaratua. 20 do chocolate, 1 kef carb. soda. 10 bbla almonds, 50 boxes anmnier pressed 5 do walnuts, candles, 1 do Alberts, 50 boxes Riggs’ paint seap, 1 do Brazil nuts, 25 do family soap, l . P ccan Buta, 5 do rariefated soap, 5 boxes Smyrna curianifl. 5 do castil# itao. 0 bbla. rice, 50 pleges chewing plug tobacco, all qualities, 50 boxes smoking tobacco, Goodwin Ac Murray 50 reams wrapping paper, four sizes, 100 Mills’ percussion caps, G D, 50 sacks assorted shot, 10 bxs cannister rifle powder, 5 kegs blasting powder, 156 kegs Boston nails, every size, 20 do wrought do STORES FOR STEAMBOATS, LUMBER. MEN, ETC. Fine old Brandies of the favorite brands of Otard Du* puy4 Co.; Pinet, Castilion ft Co.; A. Seignotto’ Ro chelle, etc. Old Model's, Lobo Sherry, Brown aud Palo do, ia bottles and in the cask, of choice flavor and high quali ty. Clarets of the Chateau Margoux, Durvsrnay, ■—u other brands, in glass; and every variety of choice Li quors to be obtained in the market. Also— -100 barrels whiskey, 20 do Monongahela, 20 do old rye, 10 do Bourbon, 25 de New York brandy, 5 do Holland gin, 5 do Port wine, 5 do claret wine, 8 do white wine, 2 do old Madeira, 2 do old Sherry wine, 10 do Southern wine, 10 do brandy cherries, 100 empty kegs, five and ten gallons, 59 demijohns, various sizes. WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE. Every variety for domestic use, and ef the choTceel qualities, including a new style of Oak Buckets, tke best ever brought to market. CIGARS! A superb lot of the finest and most delicious Clears PORK, LARD AND RUTTER, Alway* on hand. Fresh Butter from the dairies ia tke vicinity of St. Paul and from below, daily received. Every attention will be given to orders seat, end the utmost care taken to give eetiefeetlon to tho purchaser The stock is being constantly renewed by fresh arri vals. Business is requested. „ , DESIRE MICHAUD, Mey 29-dftwtf Roberts street. Books, Stationery AND PAPER HANGINGS. WE are now in recept of our fall sad winter sap ply. and would call the attention of tho dtiscaa of Minnesota to our complete sad varied assortmsat ef Law, Medical, School, Music, Blaak and Miscellaaeoa* Books, Stationery, Wall-Paper, Curtains, Fire-Board Screens, Bordering, and cheap Publications. Bayley At Picquetta Gold Peas, Office Maps, and Office Stationery. For sale cheap for cash, AT COMBS 4c BUR, FRANKLIN BOOKSTORE, Near the American Hones, St. Fa CL. Dally Times, Mlnuesotiaa and Democrat, to eoey etc month. ostl7dlm NO. 456.