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4oth Day. July Slst© Forenoon all quiet and warm aXtemoon* Myself 
and Wright go to river and wash our shirts , eto«, €ind the alkili water 
washes nice, but before we are finished a message is sent for all to 
skedaddle to quarter for the enemy was crossing above and below in force* 
We went and I made some shoe pegs for my new shoes* The two dead bodies 
were buried tliis morning. They were shot with arrows. Dress parade all 
quietf Rumors of Beaver's wealth and estimating the killed 120 to 150, 
44 dead bodiew found, travelled about 600 miles from St.Patei*' - Exped- 
ition complete success* Dakotas driven into Nebraska* Killed in 
action 3 and 3 wounded, 3 or 4 murdered. They must starve this winter and 
freeze. Marshall's orders saying that the 7th had taken the most active 
part in the engagements. Several mules die during our stay* 1st day 
on backward march, Aug. 1st* Last night about 10 all wer« ordered out as 
quietly as possible* Skirmishers vfere put in front and all of us had 
blankets and we laid down waiting results. All kinds of birds and noises 
were heard all around us and by the light of distant fires, Indians were 
seen. Several shots were fired by our pickets* Then ws hear two volleys 
of musketry, then our cattle rsoi into a stampede which was with difficulty 
stopped, after this I fell asleep with the rest. Several shots were fired 
afterwards but w» paid not attention to it* The devils we are told this 
morning mad a bold dash end fired a volley(heavy) at and into the camp 
which was returned by our men of the 10th regiment, these were the two 
volleys referred to, which started the stampede which was their object, no 
doubt* Their balls reached into the center of our camp killing a fine mule 
and piercing holes throup;h many tents. No other damage don» If we had not 
been out the cattle and mules and horses would have gone and left us in a 
pickle. We left our red friends at about 6 with 7th ahead (H & B) as 
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We are prepared to fight our way back as well as forward* Windy, cloudy, 
and a few drops of rain. About noon a scout comes back with the intell- 
igence that a larp;e body of cavalry was seen to our right and we had a 
general Hurra , for we were told that it could be none other than (Jen' ral 
Sculley's but on taking a look through a telescope it was nothing but a 
large drove of buffalo kicking ap a big dust* We were about 9 hours on 
the way but stopping to water mules and being delayed getting over Kabbit 
River we only made 80 miles* 

2nd Day (Sunday) Aug. 2nd. We resume the Masch at 5g^. 7th in rear* 
If grass -;yr»^)uld have been plenty we would have stayed over bitfthe buffalo 1: 
had eaten up all the little poor grass around here. Day by day our teams 
give up and lay behind. About 5 miles we hear cannon ahead* A few redskins 
were seen on a hill near a gully* They skedaddled, next we passed a buffalo 
that had been killed and cut up nicely, perhaps when we were p;oing up. 
After this a mule that -se had left behind to die, he was wild and felt 
good. Then we stop at a Ik'ce to water, here was an old Indian camp, very 
large covering about 40 acres of land. Here abouts it is very hilly aiid 
stony and buffalo are and have been plenty from appearances. We pass 
Camp Sheridan on our rie^ht where we see plainly a drove of 40 or tU 
buffalo. iScouts go after them with what success ws know not. Last night 
quite cold and today very hot. Cold nights and hot days is now the order* 
We camp along side af a small afresh water Ikke at 1^ having come 20 miles 
I have just returned from(what I called a small fresh water lake) washing 
myself. It is a Reed pond. Mud knee deep and the water covered with reed 
blossoms as green as grass. I also took notice that the oorrell is more 
secure iince the stampede, by fastening chains, ropes, etc. etc., from 
wagon to wagon so that not a critter can get out— Late 20 Indians seen. 
Sibley cautians gun use* 



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44th Doy July 29tho ?lhen we had oamped i went to the river and 
did wash nyself , but we all loft in a hurry when w« see the devils not 
a great ways off o I came baok up the bank with on* sho« off# 



3rd Day August 3rd • 6th ahead. We(7th) start at 8. I narch a 
little and oonclude that I am tired so I take ride. A lively buffalo 
ohase close to train. Shunke our best scout dies last night with a fit 
of apopleacy, we stop opposite Buffalo Lake close to big hills where w© 
ar« blessed with good cold water out of a fin« spring in a marsh olo8« 
to a miserable and mud and alkali lake. No Indians seen up to time &- 
Days march 15 miles also within 1 mile of ridge. Blowing hard all day. 

4th Day August 4th. Yesterday eve. and all day it blew like fun 
After tea it commences thundering and lightening and raining as though 
it W5uld blow and wash us all away. It rained nearly all night but w« 
slept all the better. This morning it is yet cloudy and threatening but 
we are in motion at 6^9 7th ahead. Our road leads us over a ridge of 
prairie. Very hilly and no end of small lakes on either side, these 
hills are part of the big hills (our battle ground). Our direction has 
been for the last 4 days N.K. Stringer tells about water spouts. At 
20 of 11 we stop a few minutes to fight over old battle again in 
Gamp Sibley. We camp beti«im two lakes which might be called twin 
lakes. 5 miles from Sibley, having madftc 18 miles today. I go on guard 
tonight. 

5th DpQr. August 5th. Thank fortune we rest today aJPter we camped 
Cavalry sljirmishers were sent out to find if possible the body of Brackett 
who has befti missing since we left here. When last seen he and Tacomass 
(who was found scalped) were ehasing a buffalo. The Capt. of C skirmishers 
was missing last night. We had a very quiet night last night until near 
8 o'clock a horseman come in in a hurry with the news that plenty Indiana 
were ahead in the bi^ hills where we had camped and Sibley all to be ready 



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to move immediately. He is afraid that they may make a dash at the 
invalid camp (Atchison). After we got here last night we had a hard 
time and with the greatest difficulty we cooked our supper with wet 
chips. This morning the same. Everything is bustle in camp now 
preparing to move. I had a good swim in one of the lakes last night. Now 
it is all H urra in oanp. Brackett is safe. He got away from the devils 
wounded to Atchison and is safe and we are not to move now for the Indians 
that were seen proved to be our own men with the mail and thank fortune 
I got 3 from my sisters, one dated July 4th , one 7th and one 12th of 
July for which I paid 30 cts. We also hear that Little Crow is killed 
and his son was captured alone by a dteachment of the Invalid Camp at 
D«vils Lake. Last night Cold and ncm it is warm again and all !• quiet 
in camp. In all oomert soldiers may be seen reading letters and writing 
while I lay quietly close to headquarters writing this on my cartridge case 
with my open letters b/ my side. I afterwards write a letter. Called 
Camp Williston. 

6th Day Aug. 6th. 7th in rear. The route is very hilly crossing 
Co. Teause De Missouri, we leave Camp Grant to our left (Long L.). This 
is Thanksgiving Day but a good many complain of not having enough to eat 
and in evening 10 pounds of crackers are bought by our 2nd Leut. We made 
20 miles into Camp Oillfillian. Last night we had a horrid wind storm: it 
blew down about l/S of the tents , mine we saved. It blew the sand out of 
the lake shore, at a horrid rate, in the evening I finished letters paid 
my dime and letter went. 

7th Day Aug. 7th 6th ahead. We march every stony hill and until 10 
when we stop 2 hours to let mxales feed. After this it rained a little. Ws 
orose Co. Teause De Jacquees, leaving Camp Kimball about 7 miles S. Wt 
camped on lake where we had watered going up, about 7 miles from Jmim^if^cr^ 



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orossing this ia first time we oame to our up trail siixe we left Twin 
Lakes, this is Camp Banks about 14 miles from Crowm nest near our old 
Camp Kimball. 7 squaws, 3 papooses and 3 Buck Indians were captured 
and brought in this evening from and near Crown Nest by our scouts. 
They looked soared when we ymiit down to see them. 

8th Day Aug, 6th Course still N«S« We start for a peak which was 
11 miles, road stony and hilly, we water between tmo/' large lakes then 
cross another branch we go some further up a large hill and camp. The 
pegik is close by Dist. 12. Half Breed camp about 1 mile from us. The 
squaws are left with them* 

9th Dey Aug. 9th. Sandy: thank fortune we rest once more and I go 
on police duty for the week# 

10th day. Aug. 10th Start one« Tiore. 7th in rear. Pass over a 
level for 15 miles* We stop 1 hour at 8 o'clock to feed, also 1 hour 
at 12. Cool cloudy weather, the last 5 miles very Mlly. When we arrive 
near camp it seem like home. The Regt.'s dress up and mgorch in with 
music and flags. Days travel 23 miles to Atchison. I rode nearly all 
the way with Eastman* 

10th Day Aug. 10th. I have lost a day for this is 11th. day 
Aug. 11th. No rest, last night was a regular drunken night many officers 
and men. Several arrests were made and more ought to have been • Young 
Little Crow is H^ne with his head shaved* The young £lk is well and tane^ 
the eagle is perching upon a post near the earth works which are very strong* 
Received letters from Messenger* 

12th Day Aug. 12th. Leave Atchison 6th ahead* Here two expeditions 
leave us, one for St. Joseph, one for Snake R* 1st part hilly then level 
I go onto Sugar Loaf Mount* 10 Miles we come to Camp Pope* We stop to -t 
water then made 6 miies, and stop«t Camp Burti» 18 miles# 



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15th Day. Aug. 15th. 7th ahead. Co. 10 miles to Camp Coming* Water, 
5 miles to river crossing it takes 5 hrs* to cross, said to be 75 miles 
to Port A* 3 miles further we atop at a dry river, poor water stop at 
camp* 

14th Dsy. 14th Aug. 7th rear* March 13 miles to Camp Arnold* Mules 
give out and can get no further, mean water uid^tew ahipt wllicJiare becoming 
scarce* 

15th Day Aug. 15th Commenced my 2nd year service 6th ahead. Stop at 
11 o'clock, cool , cloudy but we get very dry having had salty beans for 
breakfast and for a few days before we had no use fbr water, it being plenty 
but today none# We stop at Camp Stevans where is a large latke but the water 
tastes bad, is green and thick, 10 miles* This finishes my police, my 1st 
year's enlistment and two month on expedition. I had as good a wash as the 
muddy water could give and on Sunday* 

16th Dey Aug. 16th* I come out with a clean skin and shirt and 
clean up everything I have for inspection* ft is #ery foggy this morning 
14th mail arrived and I read letters and papers of 19th June* the 3 bucks 
and Little Crow who ?ras nearly starved rides. The Klk is led with a rop«* 

16th Day Aug. 16th Siind ay rest* The meanest place that could have 
been picked upon* 

17th Day. Aug. 17th 7th ahead, first part rolling* Start 5:15. The 
rest of the way is uncommon level except two dry creeks from which we can s 
see wood on Maple R. where we get at 12o 'clock* It was very hot and one of 
our Co* and 3 others of our regt. were sun struck. We had such very mean 
water with us and on the way there was noofr* At river we broke in every 
direction for water and filled ourselves and canteens, we also found a 
few rip© pluma and many green ones* Our tents up at 2x30 , then we go to 
river and have a refreshing swim and I washed my shirt and the swim refreshed 
me very much and I felt as though I had not travelled any* 



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After this w© ei^ )yed a rest in shade of real trees, the first for a long 
time, then the mules and they had a glorious tima gstting in and out. 

18th Day Aug, 18th, Rest, This evening it is raining arri the police 
had a raw about getting water for breakfast. Yesterday im marched about 
18 miles crossed the Maple river and camped at Camp Ambler, which is a 
very nice camping ground like Bell Plain prairie^ better »oil and the 
p»ai¥ite as level as afloor, W8drf in sight on 3 sid«s« Ify work today 
will be to mend my boots* I've worn out two pairs of shoes and my boots 
this far» The boys are all busy making rings out of buffalo horns* It 
is said to be 20 miles to the dhayenne our next camp. Prom that to Port 
25 mile^. After supper (coffee) I and Wright took a stroll througjki the 
whole camp, we learned that several that had oorae in with game were arrested, 
5 Indians were seen toda-^ (so reported) and no one was allowed out with- 
out a gun but I went and ha d a swim during which time I heard the Death 
shots were fired for the burial of a mounted Cavalry man after which we 
had dress parade* 1st for a long time and stringent orders v;ere read on 
straying, at roll call we were told to have our canteens weil filled in 
the morning and all the Capt. told me to seo and have our barrell filled 
which I did* 

19th Day Aug. 19th Revillee at 5 A.M* 7th in rear Bradley putii oii 
tetyle, saying all men who have occasion to leave r iim.s must havs p«imio~ion 
from the proper officers, otherwise they would be punlshWd on tne spot. 

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arrive on the bank of the ohayenee at 1^ tents up. «ien»l. Mersey visits 
us. A.t]J.,I receive your(Mag.'Tie) letter, this was the prettiest day travel 
w» have had, the whole way 1^ level as a floor and good soil, wood is in 



sight all the way around which look lik. nearing land on the ocean and the 
train of Wagon looked fin.. Afternoon turned out fin.. Days march 16 m. 
iSv.. I went swindling wher. the Pioneers were building a bridge across ti» 
Shayenn. R. which has very high and steep banks on both sides. I ^s in. 
formed that we would have a fraUd a.view on the morror. 

aoth Day . Aug. 20th. Reveille at 4,30. All veiy busy cleaning guns 
and blacking boots. Not half tir* enough. At 6,30 in to line wher. Major 
B. shows what he knows by commencing inspection in closed ranksp and 
wheeling from open Do and several other ridiculous bulls, he I think was 
drunk and besides he and officers wanted to do it up brown but turned out 
green. The in^ ection after many blunders on part of men and officer, 
passed off and at 10 it was over. Morsey being an officer of the Regu- 
lar Army cursed the embarassment. It was very warm and the knapsacks 
made the sweat roll out freely, the last part of the Review passed off 
very well. I will now go and get two letters for 20 cents. The letters 
are gone, at 11 we have dinner, at 12 strike tents, at 1,30 we are saf. 
across R. 6th ahead. Wis march 5 miles on continued level land to a long 
poor lake and camp . Buffalo chips are played out, wood we took along 
from R. Camp Chase. 

21st Day Au^. 21. 7th ahead at 5 we find ourselves in motion, last 
night and this morning there was a heavy dew, the grass wet until 9 o'clock 
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River and follow along in an S. of S* JB. cours . 
until 9g- when we cross over. It was as dry as 
many men were. There the fort was in sight over 

over this level prairie. 5 ox teams meet u. which 
mad. us feel as tho w. were getting near civilization. Wood all around us 
now, at 11^ we halt and our line is established, I go to Fort and get ice 
water first for soma time. 



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Wb put up our tents "b»ing about 80 rods from Port, then I go to see it. 
It is much moT3* secure than expected to be# 4 bastians and stockade all 
around* The buildings are all wood except barracks which aref framed 

being filled with brick. Thm International lays below the river 

below the fort. Pies and bread were in demand when we Ist came in and 
was also beer. In fact, aa ythine^ -filiat was digestable. Men soon felt 
the beer and officers reeling • Then Gil among them. There are a few 
women in the Port and half breeds do outside. Our men took a look with 
both eyoB not caring the consequences. I also made a search for my 2 
letters. 

22nd Day» Aug. 22nd. Last night we had quite a frost, this morning 
all was white. We rest. We will draw clothing today. I p;et pass to 
Port where preparations are made for Review. The troops here look as 
if though they were out of band box by the side of us. I pick up 50 cts 
in silver. The Gen'l and Staff of all Reg't. arrive and 13 guns are 
fired, ify search for letters fruitless end I have a regular fuss with 
P. M. Officers still drunk. Dress parade. 

23rd Day. (Sunday) Aug. 23rd. Steady rain since midnight upt to 
8 A. M. Drizzling cold rain all day» Wb had to stay in tents, outside 
it was aufully muddy & cold and as disagreeable as could be. Evening I 
go on (luckily) inside guard. 

24th Day Aug. 24th Cold frosty morning. Overcoats and Blankets 
come in good play. Clear day and tolerably warn. Clothing drawn. 
I give my pants to Scurrvitlebury and take Ddvis's. Had shoes 
patched and buy blank book at Ft. Cobklers. At 2 o'clock Bradly orders 
Battalion drills and I go to river and wash ny(Dl^vis's) pants. Bradley 
puts them through like a fool on the Double Quick, the men are disgusted 
with him. Last night he and our Capt. were up drinking etc. until after 
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Commenced to copy notes.46 loads of hay drawn by oxen from Big Stone Lak« 
vicinity and paH of team crosses river. Late the mail arrives. Late 
papers sell like hot cakes and groups may be seen through the whole camp 
all eager to hear the late war news. Papers 2 for 16 cts. The letters 
are not distributed until longft after roll call, I got one from 
Laines. Dress Parade. 

25th Day. Aug. 25th. This morning I received a Pioneer of the 
21st inst. probably the last. It is full of expedition news. Revelle 
at 4. We are once more on the move. 10th ahead, 10th starts at 6 
o'clock and cross the river on the ferry which is now a complete bridge 
across the far famed Red River of the North. We (7th) waitt until all 
teams are across and we start at 9^ march up on EaSt side of R« until 
1^ over the same kind of flat prairie. March very fast and according to 
aA odometer on one of the Co. (C) waggons we made 11^ miles. I caught 
cold on Sunday and today I have been half sick. I walked it out. 

26th Day Aug. 26th. 6th ahead. Revelle at 3. Frosty cold morning 
6 miles we arrive at Ottertail River, Ruins of Breckenridge. Land as 
before flat as far as can be seen except a few water courses. W are 
told to take wood and water with us. Quarter Master gets slabs. W^ 
follow River to the old crossing where 3 men were killed in spring. 
A station shanty. We cross and camp. Distance 18. Camp White. 

27th Day Aug. 27 7th ahead. Start b^* 1st 3 miles land yet flat 
afterwards slightly rolling all the way with marches, then we come to 
a lake with a little wood on its side. Here it commences to rain and 
we get quite wet, we pass several Red River cart trails and quite a 
number of small lakes. Some very good grass marshes. The prairie 
in places of 3 or 4 hundred acres is burned quite deep covered with 
weeds and flowers. We stop at a lUer^e- lake called Lake I Pick- 
erel are plenty. We had a mess this morning out of Ottertail. This is 
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MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

Manuscripts Collection Summary 



Name: Armsby. Lauren. 1817-1904. 

Title: Report of the chaplain of the Kth Regt.. Minnesota Vols., for the month of May, 1864. 



Dates: 



1864 June 3. 



Quantity: 3 leaves. 



Description: 

Report on the regiment's moral condition and the character of its members, submitted from a 
camp near Fort Ridgely. Accompanied by cover letters from Mrs. E. L. Armsby to J. C. Cooper, 
Northfield, Minn. (Sept.29, 1909) and Cooper to D. L. Kingsbury (Oct. 4, 1909). 

Finding aids: Manuscripts collection summary available in repository: filed as PI 369: Aimsby, 
Lauren. 

Forms part of : Dakota Conflict of 1862 manuscripts collections. 

Subject headings 

Chaplains, Militai^. 

Dakota Indians-- Wars, 1862-1865. 

Fort Ridgely (Minn.). 

Kingsbuiy, David Lansing, 1842-1913. 

United States. Army. Minnesota Infantry Regiment, 8th (1862-1865). 



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Name: Atkinson, James Benton. 



Title: 



Diary, 



Dates: 1864. 



Quantity: 16 leaves. 



Description: 

Typed copy of Atkinson's diary (June 2-Sept. 26) kept while a scout with the 2nd (Minnesota) 
Bngade on Sully's expedition. It describes their march, particulady geographic features, 
skirmishes with the Dakota, campsites, and buffalo hunts. 

Original loaned for copying by James Atkinson, Litchfield, Minn. 

Finding aids: Manuscripts collection summary available in repository; filed as PI 369: Atkinson, 
James Benton. 

Forms part of: Dakota Conflict of 1862 manuscripts collections. 

Subject headings 

Dakota Indians-Wars, 1862-1865--Scouts and scouting. 
Dakota Indians-Wars, 1862-1865. 
Dakota Territory-Description and travel. 
Diaries. 

Scouts and scouting-Dakota Territory. 
Sully Expeditions, 1863-1865. 



Ace. No. 13,912 

RLIN ID No. MNHV93-A120 

Location(s): 



iji-igaoe m tne I864 campaign against the Sioui. 
original in the possession of Jaines Atkinson, Litchfield, Minnesota. 



T>.urp4'»y Jun* ?, X864 

rZ'iiii ^i^ix::t^ "''' '-■"»• '-'- »^--'^ tni .i.ht. 

and the other returnea t« L,p vound^d; " "''•'"' *"' *''-"l?»«nt. 



2«ft Ft, TidcUy a-id narc:.«d tvo oiler erAv* ^^-^ 
-u t.pxyp cues to a c&nip nt.^ed J-eijen. 



^eft ti cr© find 



Tufffafiy June ?th. 

left CfXTtrO I.fc.f«\-i ftf e4%- 4m. 4V 

the n... of thl/:4*.l^ CaV^Sofd:r ""^'^ ^^ ""- "^^^ -'^. 

V«>incr1njr June eth. 

^f^fi CaT.p J*».5rnoldf. fct til O'clrel- , «4 «. ^^» ^ . 

vond And V5it-!»r e-ood. ^^-rched to cr.nr tit Wood l-.he, 

Thurr-driy- Jun* 9th» 
Uye-i crtT toda/ At Hood LrJre. 

Jrldfr.jr June lOth. 

left Vccd IrT.'* at el» O'clock and k-xcVM in r«.v. r. 

vstf»r and vfood. k-Xc^M to Carp racon. n«nt of 

Scturday June 11th. 
left Ca^np P.ccn and m.roled fifteen »lle. to Ca^r r:ePh«ll. 



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Pundn/ Junt irth. 
Laid OTtr at Ca-r^ Kciljail, 

Honday «Tun# i:^th« ^ 

St«pt©d at fix O'clock fjid arrived &t Ca«p Kctftrree. Kood and water. 

^unEdagr Juii« 14 th/ 

Stertftd at six A. K. and arrlTed at Casao Sibla/. Iralria country. Up 
th» Inkpha rlYer, pasrad aa old church, 

Wednefday Juno l*Sth. 

ArpiT#d at Ca'sp Porc^a and trcvoli over a pralrlo country. Wood atid 
vrt^r scarce up the Ink] /a riv*r and I should think th;4t trawln/s ^'ould 
t>9 good up the river. Cojirped at two email Ifcket. 

Thurtsday June 18 th. 

Capped at C«np teallah. p„e country Bround it le nice Frnirle with a 
lot of iRkPF called the l^loux Koode Lf^kee, and it 1» a ^ood trapj^ln^ 
ground and the lixkee eapt/ into the rjou^r riT«r. Scire tifn\>er aionc 
the river, h^t not r.uch. TiLt lakes alvound in fl«h. Killed two hu^frlo 
the first seon. 

yridejr June 17th. 

Broke camp at five O'clock. Coverad ne scout, went wett one Kile tnd 
feouthveet three more, and crested the Tioux river, two Isr^ U\:%t in 
fi^^ht celled CciBpecca, Ve camped *t the lake country. Vster fooi l^ut 
no timVer. Some buffelo and antelope. Tbe ?coutt wiy the trapping ifr 
gcod in the • Canta* Cwnp nased Cawp >a^en Church. 

Saturday June ISth. 

Proke cafKp nt five-thlrty A.M. and noved to Caap Bice, ehout sixteen 
wiloR up the Cha targe to a pretty lf»ke called "Lake where the Green* 
le^ft Hstch". Lakes all alonf the route hut Y^i w?-ter till we i?ot ta 
camp. The country hroken. I saw eowe huffalo. 

Cundfty June 19th. 

laid over todf-y. The country all around it rolling and hilly. Twelve 
Indira tepeee where we Cfxped, they are euppoee to he Ckuiik Lake lad- 
jRnc, nothing new. It rained and thundered very hfxrd lart nif^ht. we 
hurled a young Iniiicn, the eon of haul the Scout, 




^'ondny June TOtK. 
>^e left Cftian at flv« 0*4»i««^v «^ *w- . 

run .t th. foot af thHluf?^ I^ t^! *\*/*>"»! »' »■*• ^^Id on th. 

but no timber. Wfalo ru'ty^'t no antrtorT rl ' /%**'" *=^'* 

ruji, ^^ ^ ° antelope, ^oeg good aloa^j the 




Tueeday June :?l«t. 

c.™p.a. v^o« on th. rUer'o^h up ",*lo^''-"i'J'''r'v'"/^'"=<'"'"'"^ 
nr.w lot« for «en. C^el^t Ca^'lr:^/"'" -l-P^tch.. to .ull,. 

V.ar.esday June SSnA. 
e BeaH l.-ke. fevel.a teo Hlet o^er night, jassed 

large one four .llc^f^o" llT. S:."^ .:a7:::..'t"*\! '-*•: -^ 

Indian trail, »^d. «l.out t«ntv oO- c ^' "" *-"*•' '■'''"^- ^"•»' 
Mt elope. ""*' ''^^••- Saw .o«e vlld BBS-h«», tnd 

Friday June ?4th. 

ch:d'tnrsL*.nfr::;ir *ir- "^rL^'" '»- ■>»•• »• -»-• '^- 

t>»t often e«h:nS« ,[;^;i. f^^M*:^ r""" •"* ^"^"^'^ '»' '■^»»''-. 

little era,,, the water Mtt;; no ^S '« ^ ""'' "" '^^' "^ 
ve COB, n„ viti the eceut . Tr,«i !^ t'' *" •*'=<"»S 'la* «^tU 

«ie eeeute. TraTeled tone fourty-fiye nlle. tU.day 






ftturday June ?^th. 



2Jroke c-^ttT? At four-t>jlrtw av c^^.^t . 

roUlar eeuntry^^th nrv't«" r ^'"i^'^J''* •=« "orth over a 
«9«e efite^n ^fl^. "L%V!^; H*?,.'"'' ^'■"'^'''•t after rldlr» 
Jn number. I ylrliooiiLllT' tlVll/* "'T'"'- ^'^"^ "•• '^'^^* 

of ►■.-n l„n,,'. «f !„";„ "' '^'"' ""^ '^•'•» ^^'^'' -^^ country full 



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eerrral tise* they tav Inillpnt. Vntched all nl^jht, tut vrap not ea- 
bufhed. X bftliere t'la Ouldea are loit ttni bndly ncar^d, i^ll df.y and 
v.;at*d to turn "brr^ck. Efid coneldep^blo ejcit«ment fill dny, A poor 
1%'sy set of r.evllt, 

i-^ondsy Juno cTth. 

Started at oi,^t A.>!,, find trevtled •i(;bt miles for water, /ouiid 
good water end a ^reat deal of trouble. Could get no one to moY* 
but et«irtod out with ei^it oth're, and had my flr«t chot at a buffalo. 
SiiOt hlK too far Irick fctd be run np nt my horte and ho did not like 
close ruartere (the r«rEt), but one of the Indian* killed one. 

Tuenday June 2Sth, 



Jroke camp at elx-thlrty and »tA.rted Wck. After »os»*» four hours 
Btrch, set t-s:^ty lco|,e« of Indiins. They ca««e out to neet uc -stri- 
ped for flt^ht^ but found we were friendly. V-ere very /;lad to ebnka 
hijidc, went to their cajap tad they itade a bl^ fecs-Bt, They )^iad been 
bally scared by cur troops unt tc^y before. 

VedneR;^5y June 29 th. 

Broke cajnp ftt tvo- thirty O'clock, fouul Indian trail at »lx O'clock, 
one day ©arch behind thea. Tarched to \.iiere they caicpfrd and had 
breakfatt. roce el^ht rllee from vhere ve cttrted. Traveled over 
elrty nilet rxid iirrlvcd at camp at eight-thirty. Poor country, roll*- 
1«^ jTi^irie f^nd little winter. 

Thursday June J?Oth. 

Started at five O'clock and e&rched twenty-five ollee and met Sully • 
com-fnd nt carp number el^jhtei^n on the outlet of r\fan Lake. The 
country near the fcosurrl, hilly and not worth much, Found water fbout 
fourteen inll'>r from Ca^np ^ijllcy. * en report a Caption of Xr^nerrg 
killed by the IndituB an! they killed the three Indians and cut off 
their hetds arid etuck them up on stakee the day before. 

I'riday July let. 

Laid over today r.nd vent to the V'orurrl river with Capt. Clark end 
Stan Ci^oplell. ^i^Jhit otear. boats laid there with eupplles, one of 
wliich ie to fo brck. Tent out mrll by >)Ot.t, flr^t ctiance f5nce we 
left caf?p ft oc3 T.ake. Cent letter home. 7}:e country very hilly, 
hl^^ nobe end big ruvlnet. 7>ie riv r In ^ood rt:i^e of wat^r. 



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iSaturiay July ;?nd, 

laid over at camp number elfhto'^n. The tearon at river loading tup* 
plSer, coTie to br••r^kfnft with the Captain* ipe»i^ today, ell <iui*»t ie 
yet. A fine day. 

Sunday July "^rd. 

Broke ca-rp at eleven O'clock, made two ftnd one-h.-lf wjlen to /•a«Tt 
nuniber ninet*!en. Orats «ood, ULry, hot but no Indians. Ca^nr^fld oi 
*li^ hill. Vater '\nd wood. 

Monday July 4 th. 

3roke carrp at eii-ht O'clock, «? rched twenty all*** to cajn^ number twenty 
over the ea/e ground that ve marched to join fullle* comrnd. 

Tuesday July 5th. 

Broke caaip at three O'clock, narched twenty-two aile§, no Indlnne. 
Country roUir?^ prairie, no tli»ber or wood, vat*r bitter, i'oor count- 
ry, no buffrlo but plenty ont#»lope. Cairped at twelve \.«. 

Wednesday July 6th. 

iroke car- at four O'clock, lacrched eight mile?. B—.v*t Cre^k V*enty 
■ilee. Only weter onoe on the roade. The ground poor, tender in leaver 
Creek but not good. largo hlllt along the creek. 

Thuraday July 7th. 

Broke camp and marched elc;ht mileg over billy country and wae etopced 
by Sully order e. rfood an^ v/ater. 

Friday July 8th. 

Started at five O'clock and wercKed elateen ailee to the Missouri river 
and caaped on the bank. Country a eocreaelon of hllli. As eoon ae cne- 
pad ^t word tiiat Clark had died thie noming on boat, ^ntelope very 
ple-tlful end nk njjd de*r alon/? thm r\v>^r. ?^av benv- el^Tne, plenty. 

Saturday July 9th. 

taid over todey for first Brigade to cross the river, they did not all 
gat over. Had a of aaeons and they crossed the river to bury 

Brother Clark, and ha was burled as a aaeon. Returned at dusk alsost 

%mo alias from here. Two veins of Iron ore in the bluff, one four and 
the other tr.irty inches wide. Word from Jort Berthold and report 500 
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Sund/i/ July iQUi. 
Laid 0T«r f»ero«f th« rlTtr. ^.«?.ni hunting but Killed nothinij. round 
« deer but r.e^-.m not rlftntlful toda/^. 






I'cnda/ July 11 ^h. 

Brplte camr^ and crcp *d the rlT*^ thl« corning and cfta-ed on the west 
i»ia«. !>uc ^«11 *ir:d ^.ve go-sd vnter. ilftr.ty of vood. -ev rtl cr^ttl* 
an^ borf^r klllf^d croeclng th» rivpp. • ent b'^ck to hunt thi; di^certert. 
etkyM oT^r nl^rt on the other cido« too li.te to cro»i th» river tf;f-lii. 

TuABday July irth. 

laid 07T tod^i' fjid nothing nf»v In carrrp. IT^d ^lulet a hunt for the 
df^«*rters but <51d rot find tt em. Got pcr-tttrod conuid«rublo, but ciiese 
hoa« all rit%' t tz;d ctSv^ od in c^uap for balance of day. 

Wf^inOKdE./ July I7th. 

Uld o^cr at lort r'.iee todciy, had tii exeitanent in Vm rooming. The bojre 
that vent fop hay fell In with 200 Lufffclo and killed 15, One of ©ur 
boyr! killed one, I helped bring it Into c^rro. 

?huri»dny July 14 th. 

Inid oyer And vent huj^tiiig vltJ; Vajor Corey and neT^ral others , killed 
one Buffalo Rn6 one antelope er.d hsd a b^ird d&y of It. Very hot imd 
vAter f?cnrce. Croe ed the cannnn river &nd voundefi one :Vr, vater Ir. 
Cfc-on gool to drin.x, Lo Indlcjie but a report i*.ve : uUyc !«cout« done 
in, don*t b'^lieve it, 

Friday July 15th. 
Laid ev^r in ctmp rnd did^nt do ar^thine, 

Pfturday July If.th, 
Ui^ ©r^r iTi cupi? red did'nt do «>r*ythln^, 

^n^fxy July 17th. 
Ifid cvrp cind vent out four Billet to /jraise the horitee, 

Monday July IPth. 
Laid over find left es-tra bri^^ra^e and cartons. 



tu<*oday July 19th, 

Started t^^y for the Tellovstone Uvur aud IdU.o. killed a ?t;ffalo and 
feu. « j^'x#>.rr.ra 5tye ny^rcn . 16 nilrB. Found a paper vlth Pen ^ alore. 

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ipon. cacp ..t flv. 0-clock and .-xch^d ,.ry b1o«. r„, country hill, ..n4 
full of <!«,p ravin,,. !iarch«d ^y the .^ter. flr/ and Ivot. 



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ThurcSi/ JbIj- ?l»t. 
Broke caar. ft four r'cloek. ^■.iJ•c!,Pd nlusteen ,iUt throorii « rpui* 
day but t-.» ->c-iut3 Raj," they vlli find %hf% boou. 

Mdrgr July ?2jid. 

C.«pM c» th, C..von*ai. ?^p«ct.d to »,,t lLl=m. P.U d,!y ValL 
Fic« BB/t the Indian, JiP.re r.ttacked the 8t«r.alost8 anfl dr^r, th«i l*<Mc. 

I«turOfty July rrrd. 
Broke ca^r «t three O'clock erd traveled ever hlUy country, plenty of 

1^ ttree d'*y,i ■"* "** '^^'^ "' *"*"* '^°^*'' '"^ '^'" "*" **"- *' " 

Sunday .Taly 24tJi. 

ttHh^wr^t f'^-''^"' "'«:j"y '""tb vest .nd ch«^,d to r:orth and to 
•outh vest V^for. nltht. Traveled t- enty-one .lie, to Tor* Klnea Th, 
country roofh. no tl-ter or v.ter. C..«ped en the H«r? rivlr ..nd Wll 
leiln.*"" *'''°"** '"* "^ '"^*="«' ''•^t "0 <■«»«»« o'-t «he«l of the dlT- 

Kondigr July rsth. 

irJ* *"!f ^" *'"*" ^"* '^f* "^'' '"'■ • "'^* '^*'» *^» Indl«nr, took roTen 
dfcjc ratlonr oa pr.ek nulee. tvo of vhlch v&o cooked. The U-ye ell In 

eood .plrlt, ^nd resdy for • fight. Left Cue Jery rick in ce«p. Had 79 
round, of c:.rtrldt9. unJ hope to o«e thea veil if I lire. Ko Indian, tut 
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Tuaeday July 2?5th. 

ttfX c^rvp at on« O'clock and In a half hour nft«r, tht SaVr.'ska fcouti 
CRat In an4 reported tndlon*. Tbera vera •oa« tvanty-flva or thirty* 
Bo3« fifteen men ttnyad and tht r«et returniid to tha colurm, Brohentt 
Jiafvfillon vat ordered forward tut tba Indl&nt had laft, Thay w*re icarad 
h&Tini; loet a cpygla»« cmd »i^:>0r ©.nd a lot of other thin(^. The ecoutt 
Ijehaved t)f;dly. Went to Eroekcnte Battalion and CAjoped. 

Vedneaday Jxily ?7th. 

Broke caap at three O'clock and »p.rched thirty-fiTe mllee, l>ay hot at 
thunder, £aw no Indiana. T.nlnk we miiy hs^ve run Ijy then, would not te 
furpri»ed if they attacked our euppliee and train left l>ehind. Caropad 
on the Knife river, no Indltna^ 

?hur eday July ^8th. 

Broke camp at three O'clock and marched until nine A.M. AVout elerea 
O'clock dificovfred a lerge er.cwnpment of Indiant on a knoll e^out four 
Bilet froa tl-iftm. The coa'^-*nd came up in order of Broekente, I as with 
tht ecouta. Indlsjit opened fire at hnlf j>a«t twelve O'clock and firad 
firet fhot. The firing continued for eowe two houra, fnocked down one 
home and one Inditn lyut did not kill hla, Fetlred fro* en^^-oent. 

Friday July 29th. 

Broke ca»Dp at drkyllght and RUirched tlx ailet to hluffe, found them 1»- 
pairable to travel and returnad to tattle icround and had * eciraleh with 
the Indlant and destroyed their property, hurnt "buffalo robec, t'-ntt and 
deptro. ed all that came In the way, Vae tich today. Voved four nllet, 

Saturday July ?Oth, 

Broke camp at three O'clock, A party went back i^nd broU|:ht the boyi that 
were ehot ^nd buried thea, Karched about twenty ml leu, camped-he4 no 
trouble with the Indlane but they kept up a howling around all night. Cn« 
of the Town 6th was ehot by their own plckett. The Indians are around 
but kept out of the way, 100 seen Jutt before night. 

Sunday July 31 at. 

Broke canp at four O'clock and marched el^ht milec where we had cor- 
raled the te?^ff.i? on the Hetrt river, Er^w a Irrpe bunch of Indlnnt. 
Halned hard in the evening. The tenrt were giving out aleo the hortet, 
Kate alBioct ^ove cut, aloo the »en hud a hard time all around. 



Konday Augutt let, 

turn but won't sell at I nm afraid my oare will iriwm i^^^t h.ji . i I* 

Tuesday Augutt 2nd. 
t*id over today in caap on Heart river, /re rettlnir re^dr t*> •t/.-t f^ 

Sear.et(j»y August ?jrd. 

Thur»ilejr Ao^^st 4th. 
Erok. caap at four O'cleck and h«a con.ldsr^tle fun with th, Falf-lr«ed. 

rowtrrrlnn^ Lf » «"« canr«a on H,..rt rlr-r. wood afd «,t.,. ThJ 
countrjr rolling .„d not mch cr^rs. Cv,,r tM, 1. not good. It 1. dry- 

Trldfty Auffuet 5th. 
Irok« camp et fire i.V. Mi truveled till flT« ? « -,n«. ...» *. 

wood rj»d th« ./ftTlle evn country. Cra«» poor. 

PEturdoy August r.th. 
llTtiTr^ "l ^^«/>'. *»« f^'^'l-a to th« littl, Hi,.ourl. through 

^i*T ^"oB rnd vat«r cl-^n and gnod. Some tl^t«r on thi bottoa. 
Cottonvood and A.h. It 1. th. mont Etr.n country erer r.-n ?he hill, 
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Hunted rocui t^jrou^ th« bluff* *ni h/4 a icrlnj-^** vlth the In4lAns, th« 
r»ar iru^rd »nd Idaho beln^ #ngOrf5ed and »it evening th« Indl?.ns «fld# a daih 
at tha piekt^ts and drlv« part of tham In, Tha cannon ooanM flr« on tbea 
and drova them brj!?k dlrectl/. Rx«.d contlnuad elanBn all night and laid 
on our armfi. 

Monday Axx^nX 8th. 

2roka carrp about five O'clock and advanced about two mll^i whan th** Indiaae 
attacked our front. The tcouta broke and run, A bl*»rk foot Indian guSdB 
wa« shot through fxnA brdl/ wounded. Shot the first iihot at en Indian to- 
dajr. Xilled two or tfjree ponlea. Never wae eo tired in my life, had a 
hard days flight, the cecond Sri^de don^ al!?»oft all the fighting. 

Tue*Klay Au<>m«t 9 th, 

The Indian* all ri^fsAy for a fl#:ht thit »orning and firing eo?wifmded before 
we broke camp and continued for tone tijfe. The Indians gave way and left 
ue, Ve found a l«rge eacajapaent the Indiana h^;d left the day before. The 
rear wae attack rjiA Co. hi>d ao«ie tlfce, ecooting one Ilalf-breed tr.»it hf.d 
tricked them, 

Wednesday Augunt 10th* 

Had an al^r-n l««t night and all hand* under arina, no one hurt but a 
Sentenel ehot Mai-self. Had a h^rd daya r.arch, part ov«»r rolling prairie 
and balance ovftr the I^eTilt hillt and gulHee. C&mced oa Prine Creek. 
Caw a few Indiana in the uorning, vaw eigne of ^:lk ^nd gristly bear plenty . 
Feel bully, irairie chicken for bre^kfaat. 

Thurnday August llth. 

Broke caap at five O'clock. Had no feer» for stock for four da/t and they 
are giring out. tV.w as mxny as six oxen and two horeee in one place give 
out. Work for re^.r gunrd, eight shot. Of all God forsaken countrlee this 
ie the vorat. Ko gracs at all and everything burnt up. If we have two 
dixyn acre of such travel we will all have to go on foot. Jrairie chicken 
for breiikfiist, Two oxen and two horses gare out. 

Friday AugUat 12th. 

Broke ca<^op about eleren O'clock azid co« and huntln/r the steaw boat and 
firing cannon to find her, sucreeded about four O'clock nfter a horrid 
march of twelve miles over hills, gullies and ca^iped on the botton, 
Little or no ^rags but the timber full of rlk and deer, the boys killed 
■OT'^ral. The teams and horses almost gsve out. Things look blue, 
(Men and officers tot). 



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Saturday /u^uet ir^th. 

Laid over today to rest ficd cross river, rulli^s cowm-^.nd eroeeed today, 
drowned a lot of rales 6.nd two nen. At eleven C'cloek got the order to 
sarch, f^t up asd started putting o«^r'^€« on the stenm i>o£.ts and crotf-ed 
it by nornlng. The river is full of fieh, fatfieh, and ''ikll»^'ee Jike and 
other* 

Sunday August 14 th* 

Crossed the Yellovetone river bt daylight, rncanped on the bnnk. Kate 
pulled Be over, took her up and will give her another try. r^rovn^d ten 
or twelve nules in croeslng. Two of then ^hot. Ven drowned iw croesing 
to their wngcns. v^gone and stuff along the river for some «iles, grass 
reij se&rse, Gla: to le&ve. 

Monday August l.Mh. 

Laid over, w^nt hunting with the Col. rnd -ajor ??ose. Killed nothing. 
little or no g;rass and things look bit ck for our teaas. V.tti jlenty of 
yik meat In caarp, the Captain having killed one last nig. t and the J*aJor 
Hose. Killed four. Thirty-five Biles to Ca-^ip Cnion. 

Tuesday August 16th» 

Troke c&mp and Bovei some 12 or 16 miles and stopped, Grasr poor, ttcp* 
ped on account of the rteaK bo&t being ctnck. rent Xf^-nr back to lighten 
her. Hunted and caught lots of Rlk and deer. little or no grasf:. 

Vednesday August 17th. 

Wnrched five or eight olles i nd cairped, Pra^s pretty good rnd splendid 
wtter. Iftld ever frr the trr.lnc to co^e up which they did, having 11^. t- 
ened up the ber t«. iald over the balence of the day, Nothing new. 

Thursday August 18th. 

Broke camp and crossed the river to /rrt Hjiioa, Our Brigade had no ex- 
citement, crosped alright. Fort Union le a good wood stockade with two 
stone t and a well set-wftch, six wileB above the Routh of the Tellow- 
etone river. Vas Tpry sick after crosring the river. '^ 
had killed six of the crows a fev days before. 



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e«icKene, ro I.ai,.. today. Tt, io',, c^r. ilc'. 'p^.y." ^"'"* "=* 

fifiturda/ Aurupt ?Oth. 
1-ftld over ani locried ©liDflleB r^*.* ^¥» •■v- 

Sunday /nguat net, 

•M,tr of tb. ,n>l«r driver. Un fcruJJ! ""' " "'' *""■•" *"''• 

>'ondiiy /u^i>t S,?nd. 

«reuad wd the teles rMntir b I ^"''*'--=* t«'n«a on fork* .tuek In 

Iteeday August 2;?rd. 

SroVe cit: Knd traysled four cile. to M» ".,^4-, t« j 

and Uld c.r th* r5«t of tU d'yto f«? ^^f'^ v!"!'^'^''" '''^:* "''^' 
the river. ^ '•o i»a- Rtoek, ?.o ^rr<i, ponso fl»h In 

etrrted at four O'clock and trnrrlM tventv fw« -.41 
ereat tine vlth J^falo Ulrur Zrlt>^T^^^\^i}^^ '''' ''^'•* ^'^'^ 
and h^ v., .>.t a. soon 't'llf ^rnp'tha h ll''^ ^]ll% ' ^T^^^^'^ ^"* 
am the Col. one vlth their T.l«t«l l'-^ I \ ^^^^ ^'°''* ^^^"•^ ^^ 
^uff^o =,ut and It vaf:o:.i:l'ir;xi\\-,J»^; Kp:.^'^* ""• '°°""« 

'Thurnday August 25th. 





Frldagr Au^tt 26th. 

o"rr*;f,l;f°7in:j'r8.o^"r:\*"*''*'-**° ""••• ^-p"* - »>« -^-i- 

^__ 1 "^r *intd A Spoon fish eone »1t f.i»t 1^«^ *..;i ^.^ 

wra»i zirtt rate rA^Vtiv*.. ..^ «^ ---#» — - wwu»ada «xiovn«r. 

U. 1^,. '""«''* *^ cro.r,d. SuppoM to U Baking for der- 

6» turds/ August 27th, 

ill: ^T^T!:;t.T'\t"ou„!r ^•''- "'^,«-p"*. H.d «r,t rat. 

tr,,d .oL."ound:dU:^.r U?^* To I'Jl' «-»•-' th.y «t, hi.. 
t«tt.r, Bor. gratu ,nd watar. «clt™.nt. Th. country look. 

Sunday Auguet 28 th, 

S:^ :wi*.x,';tri-Ctf:iT -i." ^'^^'^^ -'^•' '-'• -^-^ »- • 

"•• C«oa looking Indli^tr ^ch fl??,r t^ *"*" 5T ''°° *''' '»'■*• *'«'' 

Kondajr Au^st 29th. 

.o«e tvnty.flT. to flft.y can lly. ,f I'\"i!!' I^*' ^"' ^'^e« ^°^e"* 
acre, of corn pU.nt.d ao/arrtv. !,.!! I *^?* ^"'^ *^''» •«' '.«>0 
Xh-lr lode.. «. cUan ...tH Li ^^ t%"2 Ltrt^iLr* '^^'^ '^'^ 

Tuesday August 30th. 

I^roke canr. Bnrcbed four nlles below the y«^* -..^ - ^ ^ 

J^ort to trade but could'nt Lll Ir I /. ^^ carrpM. Vent to th« 

for sn/thinc that va/rndl* Th. r .f''^^''* '^'^^^ ^^^ ^o^«' ^'-'^^^^^ 

traded our^oret for Jo' U^hult 11^^^ '"^"^ '",f^- ^'* ^^^* 

Vater aii4 vood cood. ''* ««i^rally ^t the beet iradt . 

Vedneeday Au^st 31 et, 

5r:XT.:tholTttr1 d'^'^frcr' f *^»J^--^ t«'tX -. «,le. 

eu«rd. The IndUj,, and ^Jer/verTo^a ^,!^' T ^^/^P?*"* *»»• 
th.r. drunk without a hor.. ^ '''^'' ^"^* ^''''S. KcL.od 



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l^l^t^V \* ^!'* ^•<^l«»ck 6nd •t.j.t^d in th# airertlon of DeTllt Ukt. 
marched U#nt/.thrt« nlla,. ^^nd run Into thourand. of Buffalo, the/ run into 

trou^t th« hlna Qaairtert Into caap. 

yrtdajr S«ptemt»r 2n4, 

•Isht. Buffalo trouna u. aU dey, thick Imt not ellov.d to .hiot. to- 
nelkf £uff«lo ran into tho train and trolc. ih.lr l.g^ 

ffiturdajr Saptepbor 3rd, 

^^l^T Tt ''*ff '^vr": t*»"ty-i* »11«». Enffalo thick and killed 
Zd t;.t n M v' \* ^r; ^^^ **>""*'' P""' ««^. 6r«. good and 
f« fir'iKl* ff- /"*^*^*1» '« »»to o»«P wd BOO. flft, y^r, killed. 

In .11 the, vr. e.tlnafd to W to«. thlrt/- to fifty thou4d In el.ht 
at one tlae, nerar aaw so Bsnjr. I Wiled four and on* calf. 

Sunday Eaptemlar 4th, 

l*ld oirer today and the toy, vent out and klll»d a nuinlj.r of Buffalo. 
« t It*rTL *'»'• "^-d "^ eoaa •'■-oot. l-b. l«i.. vcr. «ltl,h and on. 

Monday September 5th. 
Irok. ca=p and etarted for JFort Elce. Harch^ eo»e twenty mile, and 

^f.L° 11 ":*/"%**^ "** *•» '""• '^''^ ^'^^ ^"'f*i«. wi"«nvo 

™iJV^ir *""''*'*•, » «•"* «•■« •!» "11«" fre» camp a,.d nerer eav 
ruch a •JC'^t. •«»rPO«e I «•« eo=e 50 to 100 thou«md at on* tlM, talk 
of »t«rylng the Indian*. It i* doit.d non.enc, 

Tuesday Eepteaber 6th. 
n«rt'«f'^/rf started. It cos^and raining continued all dr.y, very to.rd 

^llit ,!♦"" t ^•% '^^'^V** ^-'^ "•• «""• cr<,ck. One calf caught by 
running into jbuI. train. Had tsoetly ration*. 





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«*dn«»d*y £*rt«:b*r ?th. 

Irok. ca-p and marched to *pl* BlTer, .Ixteen Bile*. TaurtT to flftr h.M 
of r^,r»., ana „ule, v.re left y.,t»rd«, and killed ;, ttVll,. "L*!.^"?., 

Thursday S.pteaber Pth. 
llll''^Vl,V'^' "^"^"^ *"' recelpe of the nev. that Jt.k and party ver. 1 
til. .fvl*** ^"*i*" •"'' P^P"* ""« '<>'"«» *11 th» >>oy. that w. left 

s of i;ui:n.':i^%r^* ''^'^^'* .^" ^' ^'^^ H,if.breed:^th:^iri:i': 

Trldajr fept^raber 9th, 

'.lS!:d''o:fr°?heT;:r^ot*j:^-' ^^ ^ *" *'^* "^-^^ •>' ^•'^•' P-^ .^.nd 

Saturday £eptent>er ICth, 
Laid oTer toda/. tho l^o/f irunt to Fl^k', mlolf. 1 wT.t to Fort Rico, 

Sunday Septe!Bl>er 11th. 

^^"trwne'd."* '"^'^ '°'"^''' '''"'''•' '''- "'^^ •'^'» •"* «'>" of *»--• 



Kondoy Heptomhor 12th. 



I/ald oTor. 



Tuesday ^'eptembcr I7th. 
laid OTcr ^nd f^t our pcy. i:^pect to «tart In tht morning. 

Vodneeday Sept«n"ber 14th, 

Uid oyer, did not inarch a« the eth re^««nt did not got thoir par 
i-xpect to ttrurt in tha r,ornlnc, vroto to Into. ^ ^^* 

Thurcdny Septe'^^nr 15th. 
?roh« ca."!p fend et.'rted for TcrX Vfldvorth at Tv^Ito noon. 



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K« thing to report. 



Buturlay nepten'ba. I7th. 



Miirnh^xi tl3cte«^n wllaa todny. 

Sunday ?»p tester 13th. 
Jroka carp and aarch«d to Lon« Lake. Xlll-d ono Buffalo, v^t«r bad. 

f Monday Septtnter 15th. 
Jrok^ ca.^p and wiint huntlnfi %dth Z\. Thoniae and Mclaurea. 74U«d nothing. 

(too .'"i.d}. ^* 

Tuesday S^temtor ^Oth. 

Broke ea^p and «u-ched tvaxity-flTt .lie., wr,t*.r had. «ra.» .hort, killed 
one huffalo V;d Mcj-^hy ^t hart hy a buffalo. 

^tdnfladay ^ept^Kabor Slat. 

Broke ea^p before daylight and wched to Jame« riY-^r. nenty of vood and 

i«^fr,r* f"" ?^\*^?^^- ^^^* «"^ Pifil^n. i^enty alon« the river. 7o 
Buffalo today. Look* like rain. " • 

Thursday ^^ptenber 22nd. 

'^J^'^^'J^y ^\'^''* O'clock and aarched down the Jan,, t\y^r. All day. 
hun W the Cat«rr^ue. Ca«;ped on t>.e rlr.r on the Bluff, nothing .tran^. 
I^I .ri2^^ "^ ■!€«. of ram. Oras. and vater «ood/ ?lenty of vood on 
the rlv^^r. Country look. cood. toil rich. Trareled thirty-one mile.. 

Friday Septeobor 23rd. 

!r!?irr^ "^^vr^^'i!*^ ^^^ '^^^^ Cateraue. v^here ve arrived at eun dovn. 
^/!^L '^'1\ ^%^^^^^'y ^« traveled over, good ^ra^s. no vuter 

?«nlrMlv;.!*?;. if *" ^''f *"• r^ ^"^ ^*^' upler.did. The country 
looked »ore IDe Minnesota, (Killed a Buffalo). 



lofft a day soTse ^h^T%^ 



Saturday Stpteaber 34th. 



Sunday -ept^.-nbcT 25th. 



Thi^ZI IJl^f ^rC\^^ ^',' ^*^*'**^'^- •"^ •«»* ^^^ •coutt to the Fort. 
Tho «cout caine in that va. lout after being out two an4 one-half dayt. 

Monday Septeaber 26th, 
Fort found and aarched in today and caaped one ailo froa It. 



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orruB uxtus. 
>» wpi-k .l«m I. •.)!»» 7 o'ol.K-k A B. in7 oarlock r a 
from U o'clock a lo I o'clock r a. 

-^ •■» AHKITAL AMD DBPABTVBB Or BAILS. 

-. »*«iil \o rrairte du Caiica, currying Ihe eBBlerL and 

L.?»n>» ilikily, excfpiSHMrdiiy, Bt 8 a a. 

A'nv.-K d»ily, except .Mnactay, tti 7>J r a. 

.^; |-»a lu <iBleuB, carrylas w»y niBll'toBll rlv«r 

l.f«if»i» d»ilv. Pic«>pi Monday, at 8 « a. 
Arrive* d»ily, eicept Mi>o luy, at tf i- a. 
M K^il to rallaot St Cn'li, >>i5con»iu, »U Stillwater, 
.-ave. Jally •iceyl Sunday, a 7 a a. Arrif«» dally 
wscept SuDd« ■M 12 b. 

^l faiii t.i ■■ -iiw Wing, (I'pper MlaiUttppl river). 
l.rtBTewdaily. -ept Sunday. *i 5 a a. Arrives daily, 
e'»o";-«>itn<lay .i ; e a. 

MaiU mr ►> vr.erfromble, Brecklnrtdxe. Jke, nii 
Ked tiiTer. art llapatclied ou M..haay. WrdL,ea>Uy aa>l 
crtday at 4 a a. 
>t fitiil 111 .•*oiith Bend, MiuDrioiarlver. l.raTe» .lally 
» .',1 .Hundaya, at2i-a. .\rrivi-» daily except .Suo 
.'ty 4t 12 a 

St faul I SorthiielJ .;arryinK mail for rarlbaul', 
Uw oaoa. Jkc. Leave* Moo.iay, Wednesday nud Prt 
.U» : i . M. -irrivea luendai , I'aur&da.v 'mil .-ialur- 

'-'Corah, lowB, Via LlauaoD Kalla. Buehek 

ue tvea .Monday and Thuraday at 7 a a 

ArriTca alSi I'aui W. due^Jay Aud Saturday at 7 f a. 

-1 Pinl lu Superior, Wia. 

.¥*ve« Mui.day, and lo SunriAe t'lly only, Thursday, 

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« "-^day aud Irtin Sunriae Oity only, 8alur- 

- 1 -....> .-.,^arta, VVU, via Hudson 
..eitres I uesday, Ihursd^j auu .Saturday, al.» a a. 
*rru-e» M..ud.»y, Weda'sdHv sud Knday,ut:irB 
.M 1'^ ll to Ciillaife Uruve. via Newport. Ac l.-aves 
'Lii.'uay at 1 r a 
>rrives f^luroay al VZ a. 
Ka^iern mailcloseBal 1^ a a. 
<laiis leav lug before 7 o' jliwk a a, close at 7 r a. 
*.i -naera ci'jse hall an iiour belore the time ol 

.. I .ilage upon all trauaieu. printed mailer, ioreixu 

..a * .mes ic, and upon .-.ll lelierK, iiireign luid d»[n»B 

.1.:, IS now renuired i > be uUy prepaid by L'uued Mates 

^osi«<e stamps, exoeptiu cases where prepaymeut.iu 

e. em Ac, to '.oreigii ■.•uiintries is optional nud t^e 

eulerM do uot wish lo prepay. 

fers-ius mailing letiem, newspapers. *c.. whether 

aomesiw or'it) loreiiiu e.>uutrie8. should therefore ascer- 

taiu at lae.oillce oi nualUpg, iheeiaci posiai{e in ri. h 

saae and affix United .sutes posUgr ai^iinps of saillclent 

Talue 'u prepay the lull poatage ihereuo. 

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«'OR\ER SKVKNTH ANO JACKSON STRgKTS. 

Open Every "W«*<itie8<iay and 
Saturilfiy- KveninjEs. 

O. W. DK HAVKN Manager. 

O. F. LrtSU , , Treasurer. 

KQUESTRiAy, arxNASTir, pantomimic and 

TBBATRirAL PERFORMANCES 

IVwri open at 7 o'clock. P«rforinance to cemmenee 
at ,\. Admission to all parts of the house, 24cHnls. 

There will also be a RIDIM) 8(;HOOI, apenfortbe 
sccommodatlon of Indies, Oentlemen and Children. 
For Terms, Ac., apply to 

dec 17. 



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StorH|{«. F-or-wartling:, and 

C0MM18H10N MKRCHANTS, 

WHi>l,E«AlK DKALKRS IN GROOKRIK8 

KKOVISIONS. URAIN, Ao. 4c . ' 

Agents lor the I'ort byron Kxira While Lime, 

Also. Agsots lor the 

ILLINOIS OKNTKAL RAlLKoAlt. 

And the 

UBAAO TRUNK RAILWAY CO. DK CAJHaHa. 

(outracts lor iransporiaiioD between Ki Paul Ko.,t.>n 
>e» Kunls d. Montreal, New Vorh »uu ail p..mis luiBt. 
matte upou ihe luwesi aud moai avurahie terms 
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Passenger liekeui vui K .ilroad and Ocean Stoamera 
to and Irom all puru oi 

URh,AT BRITAIN AM) IUKLAM>. 
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aife«l and personal property .1 rales ad>«pleu to \.ut 
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AiBii. inland NavigaUoB ao<: Tfausporiatlou •argj 

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yy A L T K U W, W |., it H 

WIIOI.K^ALK liKAI.KIl IN 
t«'ur*«i«ri \Vlii»>« tlr(iii«ti(>a aii<l 

U)M»ON KHUKU. HCOTUH ALK AND 
H' UT. U WHIHKKV, 

\l.'i'l, OLIi llorKIIOJt ANJI KVK Will K> 

l.oSijWoRlirM SI ILL CATAWMA WINK 

■! tV(l'M(NK-._CK.I,K.H(tAIKll MKAMIS. Ac 



TEMPLE A bEALi 

8 T O R A U E , 
F'orwarUinji anU Coniniit,feioTi 

AND 

WHOL.KSALK aKOUKUK. 

1.UWER LKVKK. 8u Paul Mioa. 

AGENTS for /..allln. Smith A boles' <lun Powder. 
Agents for the United states Dispatch marlb-li 

TuBoooBB BoBor. s. K. OuAarLiN. 

JJORUP A CHAMFLIN, 

Wholesale Grroeeris, 

STORAGK, FORWARDING ANU (XlMMiSSUN 
We keep the largest Siock ol liroccrivs lu 8i. Paul, 
and Country Merchants will nud it to tbeir interest 
give us a call before purchasing elsewh- re. 

SOLB AUBBT8 FOB 

Pui's Thrasher .^ud Separator ol Chicago. 

Astral Oil Company, ol Pltuburgh, 

t lUier A Seco-.jbe's Paper Mills, ol Miuueapolis. 
Northeru Lire o: Stsamers to St. Louis. 
Uauuibal a St. Joseph Ralln>ad. 
.\iiiwaukee A Prairie du Chieu Railroad, myll-dly 

^ M. <J O N S T A N S 

Storage, K'or^vardin^ 

AND 

Comxnissiun Merctiaut, 
WHOLESALE GROCER, 



DEALER IM SALT, A^/LA, PLASTER 
PARJS, CEMEyr. 

AOBBT rUB 

Btearns A Marrtn's Sufes, Wllder's Patent. 
J. M. Brunswick A Bra.. Marble-Top Billiard Tables, 
tMn., Ohio. 

C. U. MoCormick's Reaping aud Mowing Maohlnss, 
itib:^. 

LIU A Diversy's Chioago Cream Ale I 

Mark Paokafes. 

"y'* t!arw '• Wbs. Cou stans. St. Paul. 

UBAt W. WUU1.1.BT a. T.aoOAPLB* 

/Jl lARLKS W. WOOLLEY & CO., 

i.-iWEH LEVEE, .SI PAliL 

i-' U R W A li 1) I N (i 

ABU 

C -oiuiaiHHiou MorohautH, 

UKAl.iCltft IN (iUOt hlllhM, 

dSAIM, PHUVIHloNli, LIMK, All., *«l., 

AND 

AUKNTH roH TIIM 
tLUlNolB IKN'I'NAI. MAIi.liiiAD, 

t'li,MNBtl,VANiA HAILMOAIl, 
lla>ldaiiM I.IM>' ol MiiNKNors, MliiiiPsoiB Hivaf 
NuHNMra I f attaporiaii' • ■ ., , ,> ,„„„ n,, n,,, 
kli'sUi'if " VoiMig 4i,. ,„ Coll Mill 
W «..|»,»,|'i, ,i^„tl0, .. ,f 

k»r'.ai<H* Oil I MMIpAlit i| Ufa »iifl, 

All. All., 4>«, 
I'onirai'is for trMiisoofiBiioti li«iw«i«iii nt Pmil. n»sioii 
Now KH«IMI4, MoMlroNl, l«»i» fork Butt Bll poibls Kiisi, 
tiBila Bpiin ibe low«>ii and mi«i lavurabiB iprns by N 

MBrk pB«kag«* 

" WUUU.KT A DO. 
it. PbuI," 

m. r»Bi. AprtU7, iH6». " 



TBB OttEAT SALE OP 

UiiY G^OODS 

18 OOMIINITID AT TUI 

NEW STORE 

OK » 

D. \V. Ingerrtoll 6c Co. 

IS IMUKUbULL'b BLUCIL, 
And at prices in mauy lustsjices leas than the aoinai 
cu-.t ol impuriaiioc aud mikiiulaoitirs. 
Much ul the immense slock uow udered for Bate haa 
M..ea seleRied from the large Auction .Sales of Dry 
i "OUb 111 ihr ciiy of New York, ai pauio prices. 
THEIU LARUE .ST' 'JE UP 

FANCY D R E 8 8 GOODS 

OK EVERY VARIETY «F gUALITY, 

WILL SB .liiLU AT raiCBS TO SUIT TUB TIBBS. 

vtoiiled .%1or<'l la Cloths, Irom 10 to 24c. per yard 
Plalil Pull de i;hev,;res, I'-mbroidered PuU de Chevres 
E».-rj variety ol Challeys, Kmbruliiered and 
Orey Urisaillrs, Blue, Ureen aud Pink 

i.arrace Lci..nua, Kugliah, Fremb 
and Amrrltatt MoiuseliDe de Lalnea - 
IviBied Law e lu great varieiy. A sf lendld'alook 

O 1 N O U A M S. 

ALSO, 

Slacilc and £<.ioti f<anciy SllkuB 

.Mtn aiiil Boys' .Summer Wear , Broadcloths Black 
aud Kaucy Casalmeres, Saluueis. aud Summer Cloths. 

ALSO A vicar labgb stucb or 

HOhlEliV, i^iLOVhtJ AND KidBiiOlDElllfiS, 

PAKOaOLS, «L'N-UMBiiEl.LAS. 4c. 

Also a large stock ui 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS 

By the piece or package, lor the country trade. 
Country Alerolxants 

Can |«iirchane ilie;r Uooils ol im, and aave time aud 
money. We also in»ll« the attention uf ibf La- 
dies to our New Ht) les ol Cloaks aud 
MauilUas. Our eutire stocti will 
be sold lor 

CASH, AT PRICES lO DEFY COMPETITION 
The public are Invited lo visit our New stoie. 

1>. W. INGKKSOLL A CO., 

<i. o».ij. Miuueaota. 



gOOK & JUB FRINIING HOUSE. 



THE MOST EXTENSIVE OFhCE 



IN 



THE ]SrOI=tm3 -"S7VEST 



MlSCELLAxXtOUS. 



.SEV\L\G MACULNfc:^ 



C. 



U . MIX 

BuccseeoB to w. s. ccmbb, 

Bookseller &c Stationer, 

THIRD STREET, SAINT PAUL. 



THE ONLI EmBLlSUSENTlIU ffllKNESOTA 



kmplotimq 



G-ifts for the Holidays 

The large-tt ooliectloB of FINE BOOi^s eui.able for 
Preseula in the city, oonsistini^ lu pari ol 

RAPHAEL'S MADONNAS, 
COURT OF NAPOLEON, 
WOMEN OF BEAUTY, 
LOVES OF IHE POETS, 
THE CENTRE TABLE. 



Steam I*o\ver Ir*resses 



mayll-dau 



KAIL K0AD8. 



SUMMKl. ARRANGEMENT. 
1861. ^ 1861. 



CHICA(;0, 
ST. LOUIS. 



TC 



NEW YOH*^ 



BOSTON, 
Nl. w OkLEANS. 



NEW MATERIALS I 



COMPRISING 

All th« receuL Varletlea of Tjrpes, 
Paper and Cards. 



A First Class Binderv 

JB connected with the ofiBce, 

and special attention is directed to executing 
all kinds of 

131aiik-!Book Bindiiiir, 

From the heaviest BLANK LEUGER down to 
CHECKS. 



FINE PUAYKR HOOKS, lilBL-KS, 

Sid. &c. &.Q. 

Cheap for Cash at 

C. U. MIX'S- 



DIARIES 

At 



FOR 



1 8 G 2. 

U. MIX'S 



TUE LARUEtiT ASaOUlUKNT OF 

<JJtilLURKN'S5 BOOKS 

FOU TUt UOLWA I'.V 



At 



C. U. MlX-8. 



A WORD TO ALL WHO WISH TO 
BUY 

BOOKS OR rfTATlONERY. 

Uaviut aJJed largely u my sioc» by purcUasss for 

Caah, 

/ OFFEtt SUPEmOR INOUCKUEirrs TO CAiU 

PaUVUAHEHS. 

deelSdAwlm . u MIX 



CAIRO, 
TIA 

Illinois Contial 

AND 

GALENA A O. U. RAH.ROADS 



TftAINB LIAVM OUNI.KITIi. 

) Arriving al I '.liuaao al ft Ift p 
I M Kiiltoti at .1 .Kl i> M 



lUV KKPRIitiN. 7 AM, 
Aiiud»>s atiiapisil 



NliDII KUPmC^H, 11,111 
•'• M . NBlur 
tlBt'lBtl. 



Koriiiigiiiii, al ,'.^1 p M 

g"iMy,ii,a»p M,Hi i.„„„, 

n • « , talrii. In 4« A M , 
MaiHplils, .in hioirs , Kew 
orl.'sus As lioiirB , h. w 
*or«, ftj liiMira , ilosiiiii t 

' 4fF'*[Hg BM'hlsag »,4ft4 

M , Ji'idlo.. », jm, ^ 

M I WiM'ii 'slaiol, DAM. 

. , .. , lliiiliiiinii., II HI 4 M (i„|„ 

•Ib>b bi i#«, w 4 M , Mi 1,«iii , L 4* i 

*f , cbim, 111 4/1 c m \jr,„ 

lihlSillB iMiii 4 , Hum OHvNiia 

M lM»>tfs i H»m toMi ki 
. hours , lloflloii, M lloiirs. 
— =i .» 

HfiCCIAh NoncK. 



■i^ l.N.-l i..\.st E E»>h,ClEU 
lEtiM.s. 

.suable by juaorneuieui without permissiou 
ol lue Loiupauy. 
-.-..,. .-i-B persouauy re»pi.„o,uie lor engagement 
ol Lije t'4>m,jauy . 
.JA.MKS UKi.'A.N fc-q , 
HtA>Cl.-.i,UllK.>i.>i, Eso., 
UK.NHV UKl.N.NElX. Ksu 
Al..- KliU PEI.O, ts.j., 
Al.p.KA.>l)hK iiAMll.ION, Jr., Es.1 • 
K fi. Ait<llitliM.,i>, Esq., 
AuJ 1 uer», uirrciors aud ."•liareuoliler.-. New Y'org. 



RKPKRENCES IN NEW YORK. 

i>uui:au, Sheruiau A «-o. 
Aiel i. .siewari A Co., 
lirlBueit, Jdiuiiiru A Co., 
K. L.. A A. aiewarl, 
• . iS. A J. T. j*o.>re A Co., 
i> A^pie Oil A Co. 



P. F. McM,Lil^J^AN, 

WUOLKSALK UIlOCEi:, 
A. ml Comrtiis^ion Alerchant, 

PRl.N 'E S NEW BLO< iv 
J"^-' 1.1 VEK. SAINT PAUI,. 



p R O C L A M A 1' I O N 

FROM 

JUSTIOK & KOKKPAUOH. 

The UDdersigred, t.y virtue of their unbounded »nc« 
cesses lu suiting h.- wants ol tne pei.ple I this city 
and Mat , in their eelecilons ol goods, u^aio call the 
atteiitioQ of buyers to tbrir splenald sk cli ol 

Spring: unti Summer CrooUs. 

Oars ock Is composeJ o! every variety and pattern 
ofl,A;.lK.s' UKh.ss UOODSatpres.urinstjleinThe 
ea.-iernciu s. •" ''"''"= 

I'ountry Sealers will lit d it to their advantage to BiTe 
iisacali ana eiiimiueoHr ngures. 

jelii-dly JUSTICE A POR>;PaLUU. 



AlTUlUNhlfe. 



D. CuoPBA 

O O P E K 



C 



ufvi* 



iiiiiilP.sON, H.tOTHER.s, 

Agi'uta lo r .M. Paul a d vicinity. 



4; IN A INSURANCE COMPANY. 

A - Kis JANLARV 1. Ib61 ii«,^G3,175 S4. 

rlUt AND 

I^iLaNU NAVlGAliON 

INSUliAXCE. 
UXtiue. No. tJ, HogerM* iJlock, 

SAINT PAL.. M1.NNE.S0TA. 
lJi:'J'> M. MOBI.EY. Aneul. 



lUO-^NlJi INSURAUE OOMl^ANY, 

UAHltUlil;, CUNiNECIICL'I. 

f.> JA.V. AKY 1, 1861 *MW,UOU. 

-•.4 -"gera' Hlocg. ht. Paul. 

M. .MOBLEY. Ageul. 

S 



ly 



F E 



1 N S U R A N C E 
N K VV \ K) a ^ 
ilH livBiurimow Company. 
.NEW YORE CITY. 
.'(V rKEEMAN, iluRKIS KRANKUN, 

*""""■> PresloiBl. 

>. l.ue loa... aoeeCop<paniesiuthr 

•ci-s may be jbialned ol 

. I i-a 1 y 



1). W.IN^ERSOl.!.. 

\* :.., St. Pain. 



p 1 1 1 sBUROll ALE AND Poii rEU 
l-> K 1* O T . 

JACK.SU.V .vrKKhT. .lEl WEKN FIKIU and blXTll 
6sl. I-'aio.l, Minnt'sotH. 

Keeps eoQsUolly <JD i.and a la Ke s oek ..f ih. „i 
brnnd Which he w^ill sen a lit:le cS^aVer^a!. a'LVoiir 
esuti.ihsmeul lu the ciiy, aud ».li warrant seuu oe 

haiaiaes will be supplied withcasBsof irom oi.", 4,, 
faUoni, or by the d.ien b'.lUes, wIiilIiwiiI be deuverld 
by leanug their orders al M. DoR.\ Ihkn ^ 

jan:-dbmo Jacksou sir'eei. 

JUST opened! 

JOSKPli MALii. 

RespecUuUy anuounces to ihe Ladies and Oentle- 
men of this city iha: tie Is now prepared U} aieomiB"- 
dale parilHsof ladies and gentlemen wisbiug 

Oy«t i r >^r.. or iMeaiia. 

The R "' list fitted up are nicely {urnished, and 
are eaiireiy apart uum the pub.ic saiuoD. 

KNXUANCK, 

ONE DOUR fiiOU BLRUANK'.S KXFRI-:.S,S omCK 
deeSi-dfebl 

A M S.— AMES* SUGAR CURED 

eoQslaiiLl; on hand aud lor sale by 

aa£o P. K. .HC'ji; ILL, AN 

CANDY— 25U BOXES ASSORTED 
SUok and rai.oy. V. i\ McijiriLLAN, 



U p. B R O W N. 

liJi'OKlEK OK ALL ElNDij'oK 

BKADS AHi) FANCY GOODS. 
i'riue-, to suit the um^s. 

l>EPor. NO. 156 PCARL.SIREET NEW YORK 

au^i, 



l^^AULE BAKERY, AND CRACKER 

MU MA.Ni^KAClOliY. 

WILJ^IAJVl GJ-IJKS 

fKuPRIEloR, MAIN ttlKEEi, 
(In the rear ot the American House. In new brick 

building.) 

Ihajliul lur past favors, he respecUiiliy Informs Ihe 
, uKllcthaihehasenlargeahis eslabluhu nl to such an 
sxteui that he 1« soabled to supply the Public with 
dread aud Crackers, aud Merchant, at wholesale 

llower rates than any otter Uaktry in 8t. Paul. 

■loTlS-d ly 

j^EWlS'S OHEAP DRUG STORE 

The purest and best liquor, lor me liclual use in the 
Sutte ol Mii^uesou, put up by E. W. LewH, lu person, 
irom liquors lu casks, diract Irom the Custom House N. 
Y'., below cos'. 

KRENCa BAANl»y-quartboUleg-ei4c 
.>r. CKijIX K> .M— pure — lie per bottle. 
UOLLAMIOIN UO sac do 

J.',^i •■^S^'^ Y" ' '' '^ **" ^'^ > •=" ""*. «<5« per b""ie- 
<uil J*.'1*T'" '''''"'•-'>'^' '^ """i »ic per botile. 
.•'IIMIKI W l.Sfc — ulunous — 65c pur boiUe 

ar.IDslCE CUA,>IP.\IUNE-v*ar.-auted genuine- 
Si. :U per quart bottle. 
Lo.^DoN **RoWN .Slot; 1— 15c pint bolt e. 



R. f . 1 BOWBI.L. 

ii C R O W E L L, 

ATTURNEV8 AND COTN-HELLORS, 
Irrlue's HlMk, - - . - m. Paul 

Pnmpt aueulion given lo business In Dtate aud Fed 
eral tourls, I' Collections, aud to prufessioual bustnes 
K^'erai^_ iebi4-dly 

JoHB t> Hsnaoan 1 hssibb v. i.i/sk. 

C A N B O R N Sl LUND 

AnoRNKVS aud ^■OL■^^ELLOH^i Al L-» w'. 
iractice lu ail the Couris of this .>tate,and the Luiieu 
tiiaies Uisirict i;ouri. 

omce on Ihlrdsi., j*er Avfcabln A Edgerlou's iiauk 
St Paul. lebis 

N k G A L U S U A . 

loKNEVS AND I OL NM^.LLUKm Al La» 
omce, the -ame as occupied by the laie Wii,.,im i-oi 
liu hea I, Esq., over the Store 01 Cuive. * i- ■.rruuioii 

1 hird hireei, St. Paul. 

HENKY J. HORN, K. B. (i Al ISHA. 

lebii-oly 



II OR 

MA. AiTol 



M. 



SHERBURNE 

ATTOR.VEV A.Vl) COLN.SELLO Ai La.s' 
U .tuouc Hlixig, Ibird Street, St. Paul. MmueS'iia 
LoAiSI-dly 



Passeugarg jearlni HI Paul on the Mnrnlng Hiial 
••MTAIN A UOon UlaHTK HB«T, 

Aud arrlre al l)iiii|p|ib. toennupri with Kreulug Train 

for all poiniB, Souib and EimI. 
Pasaeogers lesTing by Afternauo Boat ooanect with the 
Morulng Tralua Irom Dunlellh. 
l^Sleeplug Cars atuiched lo all Night Trains. 
Baggage nheeke4 ui all imporiant polota. 
For through TickeU and iQlurmation apply at the oBoe 
irflhe t^umpaiiy, uu J.cksou sireei near Levee, 

«. B. KOKBES, Agent, 81. Paul. 
W. R. ARliit R, (ien'l Suii't, (.'hicago. 
W. P. JOHNSON, U. u 1 Passenger Ageut, Chicago. 

L. B. A «;. titlElU, 
^"'^ Freight Agents, 81. Paul. 



Cards, 

Cards, 

Cards, 

Cards. 

Printed on our UOHTNINU CAUD PUliab, at 
the luwcBt raiea and on the BliurieBt notice. 

HtHHTVLK ANI> E.\til'lll,N, t.EK HPKVIMICNS, 



B 



YERS & POLLOCK 



Manulaoturers aud dealers In CUPPEK, SHEET IRON 
aud IINWaRK. 8T0V..S of Oie Itiest patterns. 
Steamboat aud.-Mcam UiU l*"ora prompily alteudcd to. 
declu.dly 



PA.MPiii<KT Work 



or all kllula ukuiMtlail (tl Mid IiiWbbI !«(«« aild 
ill Bii|itii till alylp. Am a a|it>iiiiiit>ii ««i, 



relet !ii iii«iM|ililuio |ii iittoii i.ii 

"|M Ml«*llM 



thu MuaiiMn HiKl Oi|it 

IIoWa, 

Cuni|iare (bPtn n \h the wurk liuuv eiavwh^rv 



M' 



ORiilS LAMFREY, AlTUttNtl 

A.M> COUNSELLOR At LAW. I'rompi aiieuii t 
siven to CoUectUig. Olhce, Heywards ilUMia, luiri. 
sireei, St. Paul, s.anesota. leii-ly 



BAiSK ^UTlCEb. 



V S. EDGERTON, 

-Banker, 

AND 

tiAlNT PAUL. 
Collections made on an poiuis in the Norlh-We»i,and 
remiited lor less current rales ol exchange and aciaai ei 
penaes incurred. jc4-dly 

TO BANKERS AND CAPITALISTS. 

itie Commissiouers of Auoka Couuly aie desirous 01 
borrowiug Irwm live to leu ILousaud dollars, to enable 
them 10 luud the vouuiy debt, the loan 10 be secur. d b\ 
County Bunds, running tor not less than Uree years, m 
teres, payable semi-auuually. 

ParUes wisi lug to invest lo those securities, will ad- 
dress eitner ol tue uiidcfBigned, suatiug auiei.ui, ume 
and terms, aud every eaiuJactory iuiormatiou will be 
given. 

JA8. STaRKEY, St. Paul. 
J.r. BLODUETT, 
Oouuty Auditor. Anoki. 



A lo» of Paicts. Colors. Olass, Ac. will be sold below 

coa^ as i^i inslauce 

V iU'^?" '/.'^■'^V"^''*' brands, be per tt> or*6 per lUU lbs 
.>f.v> Jr.K.-.f.Y /l.N.-betier ibau tue freuch— oc per 
lb or Jo per lou. 

PITf.^BLitii iJi.AS.S-»A16, »2.;i, 9A13, $2.30; loAlS. 
Sd , I A9, iijM. 

f'A^A?,S'^\^**'-^'''"-'"'"'- ^-^'^ per gallon. 
I Aij» 1^1.11 b— A uew ar ucie, couiaiuiug benzole. Equal 
10 Colled Linseed Ou or Urtiui; nun,, ^..^-It... 



per gallou 



Ibe people cau br.ng in their prescrlp 
luem put up by 

iULICS WENZ. 

a Urst class prescripiioiiisl, trim lae best Druus and 

roraTr;;'zv':.^vr '-^ "" '-•"*•'> ^^^^ ea^irr.;! 

.SlCAoOD LO..WOOD, FLsriC-5 c uts 



-pure— 46 cenuj uer tt>. 



per lb. 



CKKaM 1 aKI Ali 

^^H't^r\^.^h^^)'K^"''^ ""'' LiAlMliAL-lu: per B). 

Hair, i,.o.h, lUi, Nai,, ana lootb Brusaes. ooloanos 
P-rium s, au I Co-meiic,, Coml,s, aud ail auob 5S^i 
as are usoally kepi oy Oruggisis, goiug below c .st 

.November ad, la<il. * • "ciow c .si. 

a. UllANl LEWIS, 

Assignee. 



DOV21 



(jj E O R G E B E N Z, 

'*''VoV"^ J'."' .>'"^'* DEALKR IN RHENISH, 
ULNUARIAN FRENCH ANDllATAWbA 

w 1 N i: s. 

Champagne, Liqiiois. Cigars, Swiss aud LimburB 

Tr,.,H., . "-,r''»«. Wholesale aud Retail, 

inirdsi.. bet. W asniugtou aud Ma'gei streets, St. Paul 

Hasjosi received a siotiK ul pure liuugarian Wines ol 
the loiluWiU»ibrau s : ■"=•«• 

Egr>, superi-r, vmia«e ot 1641 , udal, 1-46 Paetl 
lai, , V ili»uv, 1064 , loaaj .Vlaslas, laS4, wbicn he oilers 
at very small pronis. Ail i.o above Wines iire war- 



Bug 16 «l3m 

DARKER 



TRAVELERS AND SHIPPERS 

UOINQ TO THE 
KAaTKUM sil ATEii OK CAN \DA 

May Ilud it 10 tiicir advauiagc; lo ca'l lor licKets by way 
o, Ihr lieirolt aud >liiwuiikee Railroad, aud L. s. M'. 
- lt:^ul^ul,' i.tue 

lo ueiroit, Suspension Bridge, New York, Boston 

ruiltdelpUlfi, MuUalo, .Niagara r sUh, 

Kx'tarsie., .-yriwutie. Home, Uiica, 

AlUai.}, iroy , .•MW»U)ga,PorUand, 

I'lertland, P.«l.«oui(j, rtaiiimore, Wasiiiugion, T'iruuto 

Uamillou, Muuireal, Ijueuec. ' 

AND OTHER PLACES EAST. 

Les.-eu your railroad iravel by ;aking he shurtesl and 
m St plrasaiil n>uLe. 

Esc.tpe Irom Hp.aT AM> HLST so anuoyiug to rail 
road pusseugeii, at .lus season ol the year. 

Avoid the I .Nl Eki AlNl'V AND DELAY of c.'iang- 
lug cam atjiiuciious. 

Ibe atteuiiou ol .^HlPPERSi« called to this lavora 
ble route, a uey cau always depend ou the LoWEal' 
iiAlhS aud VlLI khSril..E. 

t loseis via rnurie uu Chlen or La Crosse to be had at 
priucipal licket oUices. 

J. U. WHITMAN, 
Osucral W raieru Ageui, >iiiwaukee 
W.E.MClR, 

auK* ue eral supexiuieudeui Detroit. 



Poatei'H, 

Poeturw, 

Po^terj?, 

Having the l»rj{eBt Pressenin the Ktate, we are 

euaoied lo priiii a biuj{Il« sheet I'O&lfiU 

larger ihau any oiuer office, aDd 

lur the !«auie rated i»h cbargeii 

lur a smaller bh>et. 



F A 1 N E 



BANKBK AND BROKER. 

Eicbange bougui and sold, 

CoUectiouB made througboul the Slate. Intereslal- 
lowed ou Lime depoeils. 

Land Warrants boughland sold. Invc8lmentl.mad^ 
and taxes paid for nou residents. 

Olliceatadsland, B mk Row, 3d street, St Paul 

novli>-dlv 



HOLLAND, BERRY & DAWSON, 
Bankers. 

Will buy and aell Ejicnange, Land Warranls, Kiaie 
County aud City Scrip. 

Collections made, aud promptly remitted. 

Safe mves.meuis made, aud raxes paid lor non-resi- 
deuu. 

Tlurd street, .St, Paul .MianeHOi*. 



UDVi.'r rtl 



CTIT iNUnUEcs. 



t^TREET COMMISSIONER'S NOw 
/ riCE.— The sid^walB ou the easi s.de ot Wab. 
Shaw sirent, Irom Ihird 10 Seveuih streets, under D, c 
Klusej's couir»ci, haMUg Deru c mpleitd, au4 mea- 
surrmeut ihereol made iiy the idty .-^urveyJr, uoiice is 
hereby giveu that :ue eipeu.e taereof win be assessed 
upou be lots I.ouimg Bald sidewalk. Auy objection I, 
such asse»sm«u; must be made lu writing u. t le street 
Commissieuer wunin leu days Irom lue dale or Ibis 
nouce. Ou the vompleiion 01 said as-tessmeui it win be 
returued to the Common Council lor o (UUimAimu 
P. Ml, kNane, 
, „. .,„ sireei Cummissiiuuer. 

January 21, 1862. ja.:j m 



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rauled geiuiue. 



nes lire war- 

novlt>-dl) 



i A S OF MINNESOTA 

Town UrgaBlzalion I.aw, 
Couniy orgauixaiiuu Law, 
Ueueral Hoad l.aw, 
Commou :>caooi Law. 

au. IB oBB rsBrtiLBT. 
P R U; B FIFTEEN CENTS. 
Mailed to any addreasin Ihe Slate. 
Twelve Copleafor 11 au. For sale by 
PIONKKR PaiNriNiiOOMPANY.JST. PAUL 



U i 1 1 BAKERY, 
JACKaON STliBET, 

BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH 8T.S., ST. PAUU 

The Subscriber, thanklul lor past favors. respecUullv 
.Lnounoes te ihe oitizeus 01 St. Paul aud vicimiy that 
he keeps constantly ou baud a large supply ol ireab 
hard aud suit Crackers. Also, Mread and > aaes. 

Merchants itud steamboats will be supplied en rea- 
sonable tents, (iivemeacall. 

aiiRW ROBKBi BAXTER. 



IJ L A C K C L O T U GOATS 

fcsilk Velvet Vests, 













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TEMPLE'S, 
ihird Street. 



A B s r R A c r s of t i t l ji 
to 
KKA 1^ kjstatii; 

AND ANY OTHER INKUBMATlON CONTAINED 
IN THK 

KECUHlJS UF RAMSEY COUMY, 

WILL BE KUBNISUKD AT MODERATE 
PRICED, 

O.N AI'rUL'STIOK TO TUB 

COUNTY A U LU T O li, 

AT TUE VAULT CONNECTED WITH THE OFFICE 
OF THE REGISTER OF llEKilS. 
By order oi the Board o, Couniy LkimmUslooers, 

JOHN NlCOl.s. 
_nov2-i-im Chairman. 

n U ^R HOUSE, 
iiestaurant untl Saloon, 

BY liKNtUY b\ E. VHT. 

THIRD STREET ,.,1. j.^i;i^ 

Oppoite Pioueer Ouards' Armory. 

This house IS condiuiedon the European priuciple 
— Meals ai all hours. The bar Is stocked with the Qnesi 
Imported Liquors aud Cigars. 

He is lu receiji daily ol No 1 Oystere, which ars 
served up 10 auy aod ev ry style, 

Jbeonl> Boaseiuibe cily where pure Philadelphi. 
Porter aud Ale can be had, decl-d6mo 

UAG CARPETS. 

Cliarles Kj-amei-atli, 

♦JAK^Ki Wl:.AV\tK, 

WASHINGTON SIBBET, UACE OF CITY HALL 
Caoh for rag> , two eenu per pound. marl 



BLANKS, BlLL-ilEADS, CHECKS. 

Having the only BINDEUY connected with a 

Newspaper Office lu the Stale, we cuu 

execute all descriptiuuu of 

BLANK BINDINU 

With greater 

NEATNEriS, SPEED A AT LOWER PRICES 

thau auy uther estabhshmeat. 



FANCY COLOR WORK 

lu this tlepartment we have au almost enure 
inouopoly of the work done la the City aud 
State. Our asBortuicDt of Inks, Brouzea, Ac. 
is large aud our workmen accomplished. 



lieductioii in lr*rices. 

To keep pace with the hard times, and the 
general reduction in prices, we have reduced 
the prices ot all descriptions of PUlNTI>(jJ, 
leaving the smallest margin for prolit — hoping 
in the large amount ot work done to make up 
fui' the reduction. 

The employment of STEAM MACHIA'EUY 
enables us to perlorm work with GREIATEK 
CHEAPNESS than is possible on the old fash- 
oned presses in use iu other offices. 



rjASHl CASUl 

PAID FOR COTluN RAiiS. 

IU giOda i>f ceulB. 
' OLD SECuND UA.^1> BloVtS. 
ULU IHo.N, 
■' " " C.u'l'Mi A.ND .lHAS.-». 

LE\II AND PE'VIER, 

^INC. 

BARRELS AND BOXES. 

STENClLlNii WORE lloNE, ANll bl ENClL TOOLS I 

For SALE. 

Fob SAI.E,-A giMKi assonwedi of I'luware — Aud 
ou rouslguuinul t>0,000 No I sliiugli^s. Also, uU Dou- 
siguiueu , an aa.or.uieui ul arspt-iug piipnr. 

•< ll.- a1 kiuds iI ii-.p«iriu^ .lout 111 luii uealeaisiyle. 
All Sluus ol Lamps 1 impaired aud aiurtil. 

Traps mttde aud Wariauied uol lu brsas, aud suid 
>■ r> chca,., ai luaiiuUtiiii tr^' p I us, ai 
uo>*v-jumo Vivt.ii, 11 hillN'a 

s Olio III <i:s, tli.bnri siiaui, si^u ' lisp riMio > 

y N 1 t) M U M M~«. U tTl AL 

coi^i^KCiii:! 

lit^yWul.l'M Itlxni^, i lUIll plilMUl 

>> ('. lAilVi.ll, I'mkiii-ai., 

Itiis iHdiiiiMim i» H><w ii|o-ii 10, t, I. .1,1 III hill 

• kHisi liit^ lai-Kiiti's i>i» iii^itiriiB a ll 11 • IS ' 

Ooiiiiiiui'Oiui ii^UuiuiUoUi 

tiHia, are Boi luleiior to ihuse iui.i»' 
e* Bl the iiiMl 

tMit PAlillCULAltJ* 

' an a: Ihe Ruumsas auote, or audie.s, 

^ , or I AUVEH. 

_5'"'»* tBi uu I tiBiMereiBi i. unngr, .1. 1 am. 

Ik s. A J{)a. H. a 1 o Jl li o. 

Uu. liJo JfcA:?lJAtlit*U> elUfcJkl, 

Beiweru F luh aud Siith, 

Ir'ratJlinttl Copper Siuillit*, l-'luiiib- 
eru dt »ii«ei Irou VVoriieib; 

Aud Mauulaciurers ol Copper KeUlea, lopper .•>:... 

keasi Keiii.s, leasi Jugs, Liquur lump.. 

Lill aud ^urue Pump, cvoda tuMiUnu 

aud ueufraiors. 

•^Parucular alteuuou paid to cteamooa.. lJii>,ii.er, 

Mm and Piumtiiug W or a m ail lu Urauonm,. »ugi-dij 



i)REAl REAiUCllON IN ikHi 

PUlCEb OF 

islSiJiutt. dc co.*» 

festandai-ci Muclimes, 

WKLL E, no W.N lu ab. tut. lit-Sl FOR 

MANL'r iiClUitlNo J'LtiPosES. 
No 1, SuuiUe Macbuie, lurw iiy aitld ai MM. reduced 

to i,U. 
So i, shuttle y.Bcbiue, lormerly sold al »1UU, reduee 

to »7£i. 

SLNtiEit'S UiiiEU A MACHINE, 

utile >.'ea; Msrhitie lu Uie world lor F'aau.y Si-wlog and 

Light Maoulac^uriug t lupuMSa. 
Prioe, Willi HemmL-i.aud ue..uliliUly oruameu ed,> MO 

We Would ass 1, r our i.hlir.li a >i a '..Ui.Nce, Ibe 
Kpeuiai auei... ,ti ul v col JUagers ai.d Dress kagers, aud 
luoac woo a«u. JUacui es Iwi iigui uuiAiulaoturiug pui- 
poACa i.ie> euioudy Mt: ,.riucipieti oi li^c .»ii.iiulac.ux- 
liiH Macuiuo, Ul kiLiiig lue u.cu^, lUr luienocBid so cc. 
aud fcie des.iu' d io tic as cricbraied lor Fami.y revhiug 
and .igliiUiauuiBciuiiug p.iip.jsii. a., our Juauulaciuxuig 
Maciiiut-s ale lor uiauai ^lui ,..g pur, uaes lugcueiai. 

F A jiiLi .-^lilA li\ij A Al Lii> i^.> a/e k a, u^biv lU pru- 
,Joruui. Lu .lie uumoer ui uiiu^a .tiej cau do wen. «««! 
what ours oau U^- oei-..rc maauia a puiouaae. 

lUerc u) u , douui a„ i»j vUc v«»ue oi u u" MachuiesluT 
mauiilaciuiiu^ puivuaeo bui u la ouij u lale ,11a. U.e 
p ibiic bsfe^u lo .earu taa. tUe ew>- uiiai eleaieu,« o< a 
u,ai.uii,r '.em ailapied 10 ine iie4i>.esi Murk. woUit. aia« 
le ucelemeiiiai.jueemu-.dica in a F auii j JlaCiiUic. 
lllsuu/ acii ..udcra.'.iiu lUaloiir i.c.Uj .a ^a(.i.Uio .a 
diL ouo r«u.iiy .iiacuiue Jci oUi red to une puuiu. Mhicli 
uiuaimpuciiy, ra,.idiiy, daiauuii, , and ceriaauiy ol cor- 
rect ufc.loU. 

Mniis a* a geui ral liujug, uiL acM lu^ maciiUie ^ eu^ic 
are tail ..I J euudali lu .tauua i< d„c tnai our iBa«biuea 
aie uucij.iiued ii-r uaijui.iciuj lu^, puipuacs, .ue> ai-e 
almuai bait luaaBCIl, in tor a«uic Ul v» u, Uiai xiu^rr a 
Lei er A, nr S si iu .j .>.iu:iuue .»re uo. »i s.iud ks lueira. 
1 ..is .a a uii re ixica 01 ikc ir&uc. auu ne ,...uU..ru.ly lu- 
Wic Oioac luiereaieu 11, .lie auLijrui i, e»»ii..iic lor uieui- 
scivca, aud s c « ii». ,,ar ..c.cr A r _mii . .Uaobiuca, 
Wi.L All .i.e iccCi-. lUipiuveuit u-a, aie capAiiir o. uiMUt . 
« uwc oiey w..;»c.. i-t. ui,...! lic.i....l,j uiaU-.ii. . ,w (..ei 
let .lou, as sl tauy s.mIcj, lucj aic •!»•/ ada,.l U lu ilgul 
iu.uiui.>v.u.riu^ puri..i<a .-, aud iiiia, ue 11 rcuicmPereu, 
cai. 1,0. be saiUu auy ui Uie oaitr Fauiuy Jtatluuesyet 
i/iler' d 10 Uii (lubiic. 

Ihe .Nu.. i a,iia ,; .Uacii.iics mtm ol groai capac.ly aud 
appuc^ii .u .or maul .cLuiuig pur,».ac« 

•jui .^o o .aacuiuea i»rc erpi-i ■«.,_. auapli:d .0 all a.uds 
aud r«vy i.<»uirr ttoji., .u "< arri.>gc liuuibiUg 
liooi auj .hoe M gi..g, j.»rue ^ j>aa.UB. «o iiity arc 
ol esira is«, a.iL &i. aim .oug ctMiuti, .u usac uiiuer 11 
aud bUlvB .Us largest aixed daouca. 

it.>.ic IB Bcitcy .4i,j purl ui K I nmmers' stiichiug 
Uiai t uuui ue i.eucr uoue « iiii tuem uuau Uj Uauu ^ «j, 
I.XJ, ti.e sairuig ul .au and ittior i ver.. gres. 

iUe laUi.- u. .licec u-tti:..njea iB ^ llictica iua^. aud the 
Bliiuie aiU i-oid si^ omcB .m ui.ili Uirciad .s ine sUutiie 
ul Jioje u cd lu. laiiuuug puipuae.. 

lue laigc luacluucs i»i<ra ss 1 si .s aiiutl. ubea 

\V *■ Uave s>M.&.a uu ua^d lAcmuilUg i.auges, CMla 
lUtsl, l.lu.'U suU C-UI.IUU ii.r...d ^u puula, peat Ma- 

cuiuc on, .u i.u.i.e.-, «c., ac. 

We uiaudiaciure uur 0.^.0 Needles, au-. wodid aaru 
a.1 pel sous uMug our lUaciiioco Uoi ,^ Uuy alij uUik im. 
MtrsuuA OiSi lUrrc ..re iircu.to Bold 01 Uie mua. ime- 
rioi >4 laiiiy , ki u.^uer ,;iu'<'a Uiau we cumi,<^ loi uie 
UesL, 

lue ucel ea sold tif us are mauulacliired capeciailj 
.■•r ooi lustuiacs. A Pad ue. die may euuer Uic Hurg- 
iig ul Jie uesi uiacUiiie aiiuoat uaeicsa. 

uur cus.umcrs lUs) r.ai assured lu.. all our uiauch 
uUitcs aie Idiuialicd a.Ui Ue • k<;uuiue s/iitie. ' 

lu cse ol ams.i t-'uicu.^Bc,., tiic uioucy may pe sen*, lu 
p'JsisKC aLauips, or Uaua uoves. 

tttir Our V urresiioudcnia hiii p. ease to write 
iheu- uamcs uiaauo.y. u .. si. luip ttaui ui.l we 
suoiid,iu eacucaas, aua i4.e I u.l ouiti, v. ,uu.. »ud 

«#-a1i parMMia reiiuiriua luiormaUMt sOuui ncwiug 
.<i.M.uiuea, aicu s-ies. tlii:K», woraiu,^ oa.,aciUca, auu 
Uic ..ca. U.CU1 .Hi. 01 pur-ussiuij, csu ooi*,u 11 uy seud 
lug lo u -oraojuiouf .-.aui;.! wuioes lur acu,ty 01 



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lu • tliwM tiHia, are Boi luleilor to iiiose nifieg lu siiiii 
lar i-oilege* Bl the iiimI 



MUiub .s s pea.,lilul 1 luUirial r'aper, suUiaiy detuie-1 

lu lue suSji'i;,. 

•^ I A'lliL HE nt..\l isiiail.-t. -t§ 

Wu bate uiado IMB auulin 

HIUtUUriUM IN riilCEM 

null Ilia ll." 



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au 01 Ol ..„» »„. ,|,,- ,,, , „, u, 

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* S S 1 li N E E ' S NOTICE. 

f . Peckham, having made an assignment of bisprop- 
erty lor .b« beneUioi bis creditors, uonee is hereby 
givei^ lo all persuus hav.ug demands agaiusi mm lu 
presi:-ui their clsims. Aud ail persons lu suy way' in- 
•I'-bied ohim, are uereby Bo.iUed aud .equired 10 ii,ake 
immediate paymeui lo uie uudersigued. 
Daied obasopee, .Mlun. Nov.liiu, Ijjol 

I.. COWrERlHWAITE, 

Aasiguee ol I'. I'rtusaaai 



^ W E S T E K N P A 1' E R 
roB 

lllasterii Headers. 



THE BEST PAPER IN THE NORTH-WEST, 

For tlRCULATION IN THE EAST 
IS THE 

Week.ly Pioneer &, Democrat, 

fURLlSHEDATST.PAUL.MINNESOTA. 

WEEKLY PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. 

Isot the same lorm. aud coataiuiug as much reading 
mailer as the New Vwrk Wee.ly Herald. Trlbuue or 
limes. 



noTl6d3m* 




ij'KEOElCK UlLDEKBUAiNT 
.V au lilac lurer and Oealer lu all Siuda ol 
FLRMI1.KE AM) OiLi MOcLDlNii.-i, 
a. so 

IMITATION or ao8EW0OO MOULDlNUd 

Ovale, LMoBing Ul.«8, »«.«• ran aud l-iciure Frames, 

At greaily reduced rales. 

WARE-ROOMS IN .SCHLRMEIiiRiJ BLOCK, 
ilecS-dAwly JACKaUN STREET, Ht. PxlL, MINN. 



ii 00 A TSAR IN ADVANCE PER 81NQLK COPY. 
$1 UU FOR SIX MONTHS. 

Three copies, one year $5 oo 

FIveeopieB, one year g 00 

Ten copies, uue year 16 OU 

Tweuty copies, one year. 10 one address... 20 UO 
All U) oue ad.lress. When the Qamea are required to 
be wrillen oj, Ai cents each wUl be charged eilra. 

Any larger number, al ihe same rale of Si 00 per 
year, wuh a copy graUs to the person ^etUng up the Club 
or each Oopy Oirecied SI 20. 

••• Ail subscripuons must be oald in advance. No 
.'jap. r sent unul the miaiey la received, and only lor the 
time subscribed lor. 

addrf:ijs 

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sr. PAUL* 



....ii..NtvV oF liU, yi a N Cii V ol., COMPA.« ., 

U oiiajLii iSa iJ.C'iiiies 

Lower levee, st. fail. 
lUU libLS. PETli'jLlUAl OIL 

FOR .SAL.E ii\ IHE BARhEL A.ND 0.\1.L0>. 

PitlCE PEK UALLuN, ii > EMS. 

1 bis Oil has laaeu aie prem.uiu iver al. u.Uer:! al ibe 
.Ne» VurKajdJuic ii;au .>iitie r an :«, an iBWarrsule.i 
uuu-explusite, aud lugive euUie ssiis-ava-iu. 
uovillly 

IJ A M L 1 iS E U 2S1 V E K S 1 iT 
KeU Wiiig, Aiinn,, 

REV. JABEZ BROOEiJ, A.M., PRESIDENT. 

Next lerm begins l;:Ui Dtcembei, Util. 

r L 1 T I o N , 
rsK TgkB or TuiaiBKii wbiss 

itoilegiate Department fjo i.m 

La* 1^ n, 

rreparatory '• 4<j u» to , ou 

A Moderu Language j^, 

iusuumeutal .Vuaic..... 1* 00 

PaiuiiUfc or Uiaa ing .4 ui.. 

luciueuiais ^, jj 

Uuardiug, lu LiuOa or Private lamilies....Sl 00 to » .lO 



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Luerar. .>>ocieiies— a well iurui>brd Ke».diin; K~om— 
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Leiurs ol inquiry adure-sad lo the Prea^deut p ump. 
iv auswered. drcll-dil 

3CEMS IN UOLD Oii FOLK CIS. 
lu liuware paid lor go-id Cui loN tl.\ti--<- 
ijoid aud CMlver paid Ivi goLid Raas, A uo.ieu aud 
Coliou , cash paid 101 Copper, ilrasa, old e'aiii irrm, >; 
a.l Eiuda, old .Nloves aud a uvc Pipe, old l.ead aud ^inc, 
aud old uold aud bliver. 

STENCIL CL VllNU, OF ALL EiNDs, 
Altbeliu aud ( op- «r store, Ivourri sueei, VKIAL 
It I KlllN 'S, Bton e block, UelMreu Ml aud Sib alreet 
where you cau purcuasc uew aud second-hand ware 
cUeap lur cash or Uarier. 
M. Paul, Mn\ 4:1, 1301. -ly 



1. x\i. .TMlA^Cl* .iC CJOs, 
4o:< Dl..>iiLl»\Ai. Sb.^ \Jlikk. 

MiLrt At KKK OFUlE. 1? NEW HALL HULtlli. 
V HiC.*<l J OrKii E, m, i LARE »l. 

Ma. HEUMV MOiiti..-, AifkNi IN M. i-aLL 

■ le 1, 



^l VJ JL \„ U 1 1 ■ o 

UVElik AsNii sAlJi SlABLE, 

1 iilEli .-lite.s.1, uPPofclifc . hKellANlS' HofE^, 

;-Al.Nl PALL, AIINNK.'^OIA. 

1. e una.r..i^ued uas erected a large an I Commodious 

ot.iur stable ou luird a reel, aud naa a spieud.u stock of 

y^i^tsi. CAiaUAOES, 

BUGGIES, ^LE1GH^, Ac. 

He is prepared s.t »ii umes ;o tirui»h a superior qual 
. i fl !.i>>r> .u parties aud oihers. 

Ladies' add jeulieuien's saddle liorses f uruit-hed at 
the sUorteBi notice. 

Horses boarded by liie day or week ou the most reaa- 
nabl e ter ms. j augj , H. D. Wo'.Ct.lT 

ClATtlES Ol- MlN.NhSOlA 
h'x^ixi l&mu to Li:tCiif. 



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API'KoVEU BY rai. JUVUMi OF JUS SUFJtMMC 
CO CUT 



lleconni»ed by the Courta aa Legal Evidence o 
atate Lawa. 



lObO PAUE8 OF LARUE OCTAVO. 




i>tt. 1. D. SIMON TON* 
DKA TISST, 

iu„.io.^i. a Block, liridge >-M|uare, M. Paul. 

TEr.lil .userled in Ihe best O-iiuuer on <ioid. Sliver, 
or Vulcamtb. Ail opeia.iuns warrauieu. 
Call AUU see spcciuic lis ol ibe VbncaaiTIC work. 
o^4-l> 

ank exchange 



b 



MlNNE;iOTA. 



(1KEEN APfLES.-FKESH LOiS 

VJ recoived semi weekly by 



Motjl'ILLAN 



UAOka alluKaTo^^ ssMi, tuikd ;TkBkT. 
MARfl.N A PA»i-•^O.N», Propnciwrs 11.,. r .„., 
meul IS Piled up la a s.yie 10 uojipaie wilii au., r.s 
Uoiise lu tun iML> oysters aud Mea. s served ,. s 
ho..rs Pariies ot rum .:& lo 60 cau ue acoouioiu.s 
ou short notice. i.,. , . „, 



I U S T K K C E I V K D I 
AIcii'h and. "Women':* 

BUFFALO OVER SUOEa. 
ClilLDRKNS 

13 ^ L M O K A 1^ S . 

Mla.-^Ea' aNU CHlLDUEJI'S 

SNOW HOOTtS. 



dec^i 



W. J. .-Ml iH A CO. 



S'i; 



UiiAiiS— 200 BBLS. COMJ'RlaliNO 



ery variety. 



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jU 1 N ^ K S O 1 A 

Supiume Couit Kepoits 

PLBLISHED BV AUTUuRlTV OF LAW 



VOLUME 2, 

OUBTalBII>a TSs CaSBS OBCIDBIi st TUB TBKMI or 

Coi:liT IB l.Nbt!. 



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* it * PAUKS. PHItK 

fok SSLB BT. 
PIONEER PBINTINU CUMIANA. 
Naiui Paul. 
Will be forwarded by Mail, poai paid, upou iht recelil 
of the price. 



. Oi\r NEMAL INSURANCE CO., 

y./ .SEW \OKE — As.ea iivrr SI.loi'.o o 

i)E>;L'RllV IX.->. Ct>.. .Xew Vork— Asset* over, SoUi.i.1.0 

MAKEEI' l.NS.CO., New iork— .ABSeu o\er, Siio.UUO 

hrce-fourthx ol the nel prubi- ul the tiusiuess ol the 

• ■ a aules i--e divided annua.. y lu huidert ui dieir pol 

-.s, in scrip bearing luieresu 



i uU-.V 



JOHN h. PRINCE. Agent. 
at. Paul. 



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N T E L L 1 <j fc s\ t E OFFICE 



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'UIRD STnA.' 1 



S PACL 

A Forepaugh'B Suire. 



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A here maie auu cm i ueip vl au aiuds may be 06- 
aiued Orders ►•roa.,i.iy Biiended. i.uinl .-.ci tau f wiU 
ud respectable si.uan. u, uy oalimg ai ibia udice 
ap 14-01) 



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A COLLO.\L>ER'S 
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I ,.oDi6 luwo'l /'♦iMvO SAINT PAUL, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5 " 1861. 



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CHAKLia Slmnkb delivered a lectore last 



CITY NEWS 



LATEST NEWS 



Thirty-Seventh Congress, 

ilUiT SJLSSJOJi. 



wnmMM ^kpBk W ra» ^Mn^MD^^tumn 



fweek before the Toaof Mte^. Ofcr..uau La^"' ^Aia ai.d 8cFFKa.-lbe|a(Jie8,gy TfCLEIilR.IPU TO ST. PAIJL 

i^BOciaiioD of New York, in which be ^' *^« **^'"«»8 »*-«^y 



hT. PAUL. TBURSDaY. DECEMBERS. 



ut iiidiiit Paat'ri 
PitteraoD, ptfltor,) | 



W I S S l.O W 8 LINF 



ency and propriety of aboluiLuig the present j ^x^ i I- • t j ' 

8npr«riic Court of tLe Uuitca state*, auJ ea- ^ i eie^rapXllC X tdllSS, 



loooteDdtdthat Slwrery waa the orif it) and ^'I'nfch (Rev. A. B 

, maiD Bpriug of tbe rtbellioD. and must be propo« to jiw • fc*«pp«r thi» (Thatsday) New* from Washington. 



PIOIS£E PfiOmiG COIPAIY 

PtBLISHKR.S *jr TUB 

Pioneei" and Democrat. 

»HK UAILV flOKBKTl \* puM'al.«4 o»«ry iBorutaf 

■M>«iUy exe«pi<xl>, at fTuv » >a*r, or &fle«a cea'it * 
«*ek, »*7«bla ui *• Onttovtor M»U«d (o •utwcrtbarit 
•!#• )X> par koDum 

The TBI W«««tt PioJi«««, 1» pubrubed ud Siud- 
*- iii»<i>«]r> ir--* K— ^TT'. " ^tu pel ^bjiumoi'tlv 
.uartt-r tiy re.»i 



abolished by a uaiiooal edict, be tore we 
could expect or deserve eucce«8 in our el- 
forts to ftmateva the UoiOB. The addreis 
is very lon^ but the gist ol it is \u the foi 
low I tig extracts : 

It remains for as to encoanter the rebel 



eveniog, at logersoll'ii Hall. 7*be proceeds 
will be applied io liqnfdatioo of a debt 
BgaJDSt t^ OUtird) Ibvtsry airaDgetaeal 



a iDosl excellent enpper. i bavji^ buea established at the capitol in the ' Chandler's resoiuiioD, as loliows : 
ladK*; .«d the li,eai i ciiy o< Washington, the various ^rlhrxX^ ,^^,iS'^iX^ ^^^^^^^^ 



i per 7«v. ia oiuba •< ih««e ur Qre ai 
■ ob<««rt6«r. lu Aiitba •j( len at $1 when p«ieka>.e la 



has been mude for 

prepaid by the ladK*; «»d the U^eai I ciiy oT Washington, the various "distribat. of "Ibr^y;'^^^^^^^^ 

Western Band, under the leadership of the' injf offi ea are hereby directed, during the , country and is now in arms agaioat th« tto?- 
lioo calmly and surely by a force superior Messrs. Munger. hare IcinJIy volunteered i Session of Congress, to place all letters and i ''^R^soived. Thatlhe^TVartor'Breckenridge'^^ 
to its own. But to that end someibiog tbeir servicts, an<i will enliven the occasioti | Dewsp«pew jiirtct«f«i to the naeoaberB of the ! ^^P*'^*!' 

or monev. -...„...-„ _„.„.: ., ....:., , Kepre^entatives in sepa-ate |,,/,f^, ,,^,^,,^5^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^ 



\\T ,^.„ . «- r\ * »jui?uj»u<.«j or ine provisions w ine countrj,' R .,.,,»,,>■>„ n,^ o ti «, i 

Washingtoi*. Dec. 4. ♦^i^ck. in the opinio., ot ConRre««. will meet , pALTiMoag. Dec. 3 — PIh- steamer James 
^sXNATE.— Mr. Chandltr inlrodueed a the reiUireuieii.s o liie Cousuiunuu. , Adger froai hoafbampton Tia Fajal and 

resolution to expel Mr. Breckinridge. A^iuog ihti loII-i iutr© luced wertj the fol- A-zores, arrived here to day. 

Mr. Powtll took ground against it, as | lowing; 1 Maryland Lngislaiaiie oMt to d«y, an 

Mr. Breckenridge bad already resigned. : By Mr. I^ahiUH— A bill to c&fablish ajorgauiiiatiun will be effected to uorDw. 
Ue could not be exptUed. I line of 8Ua.u qmU iihip.-? belweao .Sau Fi^m . when thv <ioveriior's loessage will bt «ie iv ' 

Mr. Trtimball insisted tfeal be should bej ci^icoaod .Suaxighai. Wuchiu^ ul iht .''iaijd j ercd. 
_-,,-j -_j „-_ ^ _. . . . .. ^idi laiaaOfc, uud .Uji*wi , uutl the bill to, St. <'ATHrRiNM, Dec. 4 — Thpn- 



POST OFFICE ORDER. 
Wa'htkoton l>ec. 3 — A branch office expelled and otlered a snOstitate tor Mr 



mow will be o*^»-i than men or money., ^jtbacboice selection of new music The! Bouiie' of k>^rP«Pnt.tiv«, in <^n:.-«tJ Mr. Chandler accepted the substitute 



Uor battalions must be reiotorced by ideas. 



th. w.a-Lr p.,...« .. pubiuhM •'^T^';^.^ | — ^^'^^.("".tV,;"; d^riitVat^be origTu ' **^"- Hubbard, the leaders of the Begi J pouthes from all other mail matter and la. i uMni'mously "ad-VpTedr Yw 367nay8 1»! 

ifname. are pria*/<«tbi pi* "aud mainspring ol the rebellion (Tremen- mental Baud of the tOtwth KegHiieot,ba»«- beJ lucti pouches " Uougress, Wishington, j _ Not voting or absent, MesErs. Bayard, 



doOS uppldU.>«-.) 



nailed l" ooe add' eoa. 

pK, ti ai Io* MMk •ab«cri«»«i. 

•^ Sub«enC>er« to ihc Oailt Pioaaxs aji* Peso 
o«aT,lDtk« eit;, ara n'>ail.>d tkat ,««7m<fBt mvnH be 
:..»l«l« a.)a«y k> Mr. Uurke, Uut e«ll««u>r, or al 1^ 

sabwiMr. ar.«p««ie<i 10 pay promptly o« pre«m 1 H amy bt by that of t reiooot (great cheer 

■tiou ol htxit, ur •e«iu> toUr Burke lug) ; or it may bc by the grander system ' opou the same plan as that given by the 

Of John Quincy Adams. Reason and sen- game Society last year. Visitors will caM 



way or to what extent ; bat simply that we • ^^ f ^^t 8BeU.ng do noi prev<«it. The la- 
most strike ; It may be by the system of a . ,.. ., ,. ^,„ . . , 
Ma.8achu*tt8General-Butler(applau?tJ, ^i'eaof the Society ♦111 he in Attendance at 



Tkt) Mnaa '>i tli« DtiLT Pionaaa to tub«er{b«r« to ilM 
my trc S7 per >e«r . M M ter ati aonib^ . •! 76 lor 
|br«« awMw ; yagw^tai (o bcwaJr <ii cmIkmmh 



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I do not say DOW in what also consented to be present, if their duties! D. C aigoed by order of the I'ostmasttr i Bright, Johnson of Tennessee, Johufeou of 

UciJbral, J!»o- A. Kasson, I Missouri, Ptarce. Polk, P.jwtrll, Rict, Saulti- 

1st Asst Postmaster General. • bury and Willcy. 
The Secretary of the Treasury's report i '*''*® Standing Committpps were nnnounc- 
will not be seul'to Coogrtes belore Friday. I ^ '^'^^ ^^ '^e same as ut tiie last ses- 

_„ I fliou, with the loUowintr chanKee : 

A .'WIUIE FEATHER' PRQPOSITIOX. | Qn Foreign iielations-Mr. Harris .n 

Wasblhoton, Dec. 4.— Mr. Saulsbury of I p|«cT oJ Air. Breckeuridtre. 
Deiawarc, offered a resolution to day in the \ Un Military Aliaire— Air. Nesmith in 



the tables, and tht.- Fair will be coeducted 



OLK .'VEWS tiU.VMAKT. 



— Tbank^iviog-Day was observed io 
6ne style by the Massachusetts troops io 
(ieneral £>tone'a command at P(X)le8ville 
I'he New York Ticket aaya : •'> Hm 

ThQ ball ID the evening was a deciJ«(] eoc- 
ceu. Brtiid«a tk* gaAstt above ipecified there 
were Geu. Uormau, Uol. Xum|>kiQa, iie?eral 



same tioeiety last year. , ^ 

.meat both concur. n this poh.-y. which «^ fer their sapper al aoy time between six 

ou>y according to the inost common princi- , f , , . ' 

pies ol human conduct. I u no way can we ai^d o'oe ©dock in the evening. Those Senate to a^poiQt Messrs. bdwurd t^verett, 

do so much at ao little cost. To the enemy who attended the Fair of last year were George C. Pugh, G«orj{e M. Dallas, Chief 

saoh a blow will be a terror ; to good men it highly delighted with tbis arrao^'emTOt as ''"'*'®* '^^"^^ aod otherb, as Commission- 

wiin* ail encouragement, and to foreign it «vn;^„ .n .^f,u.L o i ff i ' lera, to meet a einiilar comaiision from the 

nations watching tb» coat«t, .t wiU be L '^ '^^'"'^ '*" confu«H>^. and afford, an op. j ^coeded Slates, to arra^g*^ lor a re.io:ation 

earnt:?t ot something beyond a mere carni* portunity for conversation and promemde. ' of tse Union aod a cestatiou ol botilitiee. 

val of buttle. There has been the cry of I'he ladies will also have ou exhibitbo I '^^*^ rtwoiuUoo Waa greeted with laughs 

On to Ricbmond." (laughter) and stUl'and for sale, a number of useful and fancy ' ^^'" ^^ ^,t?.**^ ^"^^ ''*.''*,'!^'^Ii'''^^^^^^^ 

QOtlier worm cry." On to Eoeiand " Bet- .1 # .u ■_ 1 . , ' »>tnator Wilson has introduced a bill to 

_ ' _ .u A7L " __ r::'* • rr**^ articles of their own handiwork, suitable! „„„i.h ..m^ra r.i tJ>. «r,..u nr «.l.li.r. «..i,n 



piac( oi Mr. Buktr. 

On Public Lai^di 
ot Mr. Bingham. 

On PeiifiioDs — Mr. 
Mr. Bingham. 

Oii 1 crritorieii — .Mujara. Pomeroy aiid 
Carlisk in place ol Mr. Baker and Mr. 
Breckeoridge 



anoti 



ter than either is the cry, "On to Free- "' —"■""•■'• —"-""^ 1 punish officers ol the aru.y or soldiers, who 

doni." (Applause.) Let this be heard in f^"" ^'^ ^«^°' *°<^ 'PP^oP^^te ^^ Pr^s^D^s ' 
the voices of your soldiers ; aye, let it re- for '^ approaching holidays, which wiU be 



half-and half keceuheru from Pooiekville, aay soUod 10 the purposes of the governCicnt, dispobed ui ut rcofiotublc prias to thOce de 
quaniily ot pretty girU. and "buiioned boys' j ^.d victory must be oura. By this sign -irm» th«m The m^ini»pr« nt tii* K/v-i^f, 
lonumerable. Gen. Gorman wa« particularly ' ,.^oq,j„_ ( Applame.) 1 ^ members of tHe fcocietj 



lively, and did 1 not kuow bim to be a good 
family man of several years standing, I sbuuld 
imkgice his courting days were yet to come. 

— The family of the hkte Senator Doag> 



Society 
have been untiring in their labors to ac- 



oquer. (Applause.) 

1 uere is a t^aSbic story of a mighty hun 

ter, V hose lite in tht Book ol Fate had complish the object for which the Fair is 

been made to depend upon the preservation given, and will spare no pains to make the 

las in Washinctoo have removed to the of^^^rand which was borniag- at his birth, entertainment of Thursday evening agreea- 

las, in v>aeningtoo, D*ve removeoto loe | -^j^g j^^^^j ^^ ,y|j ^^, ^j^^i^y^ was snatched h' t t Th 1 

furmer residence of the Senator, a neat 1 (rom the tiames and carefully preserved by "^"^ "> ▼"*"'^"- ^t* 'o* pnce 



it which 



shall relaru fugitives trom slavery. 



No*^ much real trasinea^ will t>e tranfact- 
ed ID either House of Congress before the 
eommeucement ol the New Year. 



Mr. Carlisle in plac« triot of Columbia 
^..,, I On motion ol Mr. Vullandigham a reeo- 

wiiiey in place otj \x^x.\qu ^^3 adopted requesting the Presi- 
dent to comui'iijtcuc lo the lioose, if not 
incompatible with the public interests, co- 
pies of any ccrreFpcindence addressed to llie 
I q. t,^- .,, ,, ,, , ,..,, .,, I Executive by the (iovernment.< of Spain, 

Ji't nfT u ^^'•o^'^t.^''^'* *''' England and France, in regard to the aVm- 

! S;;;]^u?i l^fowuing, W u.ey and , ^ iat^ryeaiioi. pr.>i>os«d b? mem in me at- 



•^ a 

aulhcr ;: uiJ fai i lUie miniug opi^ratioisj good deal of ice in the Wellanu cana to 

in the Slates of Otgon and ('aliiornia, in day Several propellers arc tryie^ uj 
the UrritOTj ofthe Uuit>/d Statep. • wnik through, and will probably =ucceed, 

Adjoorued. | as the weather has moderated 

Hoi?SB.— Mr. Grrley gave notice of his* Si'RiN.iKiFi.o. Dee. 4 - A ponder miii 
Intention to iotrodix* a bill to coofiHicate ' txploiling occorred nt Yellow pprmes. nine 
aU property Uiotgiug to ptrsom lu rccxi- "•''•^'^ 'rom here, at 7-50 this eycuiDg. 'The 
lion against the Government of ibe tTuited^'^ock oi the txpkwioo was sever ly iolt 
States, inolndinr p rann? recos^uif'd B9l*>^re. We cannot hear the particulars lo 
slavee, who ^hiii b,. imde freemen, to pro-j^'K^^- 

vide for their cmpfoyment (fnring thf war, Bamimurk, Dec 4.— General MoClellan 
thtir subsetjuent uppn^- •■ ■ :. i..» loyal 1 P*'^ * dyinir visit tohis family at Parkton. 
ma.attrs unci liieir lija* t.. ou. Baltimore county thii morning. He pasb- 

Mr. Lovejoy, from tne CommiiUc on ; ^"^ thruoiyh this city tiiis evening, retnming 
Agricukute, reporln] u Homeptead B!II. to Wasbirg too by special train 

Alter incidental dtbate, the Homastead ' ^™''^*"^"'"™^— ^i»^— — 

bill woj referred to the Committee oti Pub* 1 
lie Lands. | 

Mr. Upton lotriiduced a bill (01 the re^ 
toratioD ol Alexan Iria County lo the Dis- 



OOMMKKCIAL. 



R«vlew.of the SI. Pnul Muii«*.|. 



' <trr»rtKth\t Our oua ttrmtlrUT 



Interesting Soutberu News. 



Mr. Wilaoa oalltid aiteuiua 10 j- iist 01 
colored persooc! cootjned lu prison in >Vash 1 



tair^ ot Mexico, aul any other iulormalion 
lie tduy have to couimunicate. 

Mr llutch'n' inirodace'l a joint re-^j.'u- 



!ifJ^"u«rU^'n? ^L^''^''' '"-l?^ '*'""' ' ^'O'^ concerning ihe rer>ell.on. the considera 
selves J asnces of the Peace. ihe report , ^j^^ ^^^ 

had Ijetn made Oy otiective Allen to the 



THR PICKENS BOMBARDMENT. 
Loc.sviLLB, Dec. 2 — Southern papers to | their release 
the 28th contain scattered reports ot the 
Pickens afiair. The bombardment com 



ProvuBt Marshal. 
Mr. Nelson introduced u resolution lor 



which was poetpoued. 
Also the followiti^ : 

Whereas, it haa been represeutoJ that there 
are confined in tbe OovernmvBt jail foitytive 



prisoneiB, who are ii'>l cii*rgtd wiih ciinit oiit; roUo, I0al2c. 



At. Pacl. Dec. i. I»iiil. 

lucre ha. been but liiile dj.un in tUc 

Wneat Market tor the last few da*d, uu ac 

count uf the weather, iho recaipu are ligai 

aiiil prices unchanged. 

WHLaT. Choice Club, winifr iOc, kprintj 

HVE. 20a25c ^ bushel 
OATS. ^Oa^Sc do 
HAKLkiY. 2JaJj do 
toKX. Mid.ij do 
ilUOTUY. il ^O.il 7. ^ ou.hei. 
FLOUR. SuperUae t3 :u. extra U Ju 
CORN MEAL. ^bag$l. 
BLAB'S. White ^ bushel I'Oawic. 
BLTTEit. firkia ^ lb Valoc, cotiauy iu 



are represented aa teirn; slaves. 



white cottage, on the hill-side 
lance trom Minnesota Row. 



\ . . V. ,. , . ., .._ I weapons. But at length the mother, lodig- 
was presented by Mr. Douglas, shortly after 0^0^^ his . » » 



cruelty to her own family, flung 
his marriage, to h's falher-in-law, J. Mad- 1 the brand upon the flames and the hunter 
ison Cnlta. jdied. The story of that huntor, so power- 

— A private letter received in New York, i "^1 a°<i invulnerable to mortal weapons, is 
from an officer of a blockading vessel ofl | 
Ocracoke Inlet states that the suikicg ol 1 



extra*, "houid eo?nre a fall attendance. 

We hope our ciiiaeut* geu rally will givc 

the ladies such encooragement on this occa- 
sion, as their industry merits. 

Tickets hfty CfUts each, lo be had at the 



three schooners, lad'n with stone, in the 
Inlet, on the 14th nit., has positively bar- 
red that entrance to Pamlico Soood against 
the passage of all veswls. Privateersmen 
ere thereiore blocked oat from another of 
their larking places. The writer says that 
twenty or thirty rebel scbooaers are known 
to be cruising about in Pamlioo Soood and 
other waters conneetiog with it. 

— The reconnoisaance made on last week 
Wednesday, in the direction of Vienna, 
resnlted disastrously to our troops. The 
squadron found themselves surroucded by a 
vastly euperior force ot rebel cavalry and 
infantry, who opened a desperate hre on 
oar troops, before which their untrained 
boraes gave way, compelling their haety 
retreat. Twenty eight of the men were 
missing 00 their ceturn to camp. 

— A letter has t>een received in Boston, 
from George T. Chiidn, a member of the 
Massachiuetts Fifth regiment, who was 
captured at the battle of Bull Run, which 
states that he was coofloed in the parish 
prison at New Orleans, with hve hundred 
other prisoners oi war, and that they were 
wed treated, cheerful, and comparatively 
happy. Their joaroey from Richmond 00 
cupied eight days, and though they were 
objecta of much interest to the people along 
the route, they were not treated to any uo< 
kind or insulting remarks. The letter was 
kindly forwarded by Gen. Palfry, Provost 
Marafiai ot New Orkatos, to whose care aoy 
letters (or the prisoners should be sent. 

— A Maaat!an correspoudent of the San 

Francisco Btuuttu says : 

Geo. Bhieidi will not accept the position 
teDdervd bim. Uia reasoDii are distrust m his 
itbysical power— having, it is eaid. suffered of 
lat« from bodily ailmeuta, and ti wife, it the 
AdmiciiitratioD lad offered bim Li:^ former 
rauk — that wuich he held in the war with Mex- 
ico—no conaiJeratioa of family or friends 
would have outweighed bis sense of duty to 
hj!icuuuiry. In the war with Mexico he waa 
a General of Division. >^ hy, tLeu, insult him 
vivh the tender of a »uborditiat« 
twelve years afterwards: 

— The London Ttr»t« attributes tke lo* 
activity in the dt;mand tor coltuu iu India 
to lingering heBitaiKMi as to the American 
supply, bat say;! that other circumstances 
have also operated forcibly to such a result. 
Th* rtui ,.;:>cf of the yresent i(agtuiti</ti u 
scarcity 0/ oMoii, but tht tib$ence 0/ a 
fvr calicOy litt vutrUis of tht world 
beiny glutted iciiJ* LaAc'^uAi'd y^Mhi. Man- 
ufacturers in eortaiiing operations are do* 
log what they must have done sooner or 
later, irreapeciive of the stoppage uf the 
American supply. 



short dis ■ his prudent mother. Meanwhile the hunter *^®y ^'*^^ placed the tick»^ts, which entitle 1 menced ou the 21st, and continued with oo< 
This bouse ' ^^'"^ P^^^''''^' ^'^^ ''^^'^'^^''^^'^ ^^"'^rtai the holders to a bountiful supper, irifAoiU 1 casional intermission night and day till the 

eveninc of the 'J4th, when Col. Brown 

1 ceastd firing. The rebels did not respond 

until ttlitT Fort Pickens opened tire. 1 he 

Ore ot the Fori aud oaiieries outside of 

Santa Rusa Island was directed against 

i F'ort Barranca?, and other rebel batteries. 

{the reb^l .-iteamers Time and Ncims, and 

Navy Yard, winle the Federal vessels eu« 

giiged Fc>rt Mi.Rea 

Tne rebels admit 16 killed anri wounded. 
Coobiderable dam.tge was done to Mcliea, 
including the caving in ot the powder ma> 
gazines, and a parlial det^truciiou of the 
Navy Yard, Warritigton and a rebel train 
hauling provisions to the rebel army. 

'The rebels seenkrd to act etricny on liie 

delensive Thestories about dimbiiug the 

we know not Ue hope the Governor will , r^;orado and Niagara appear nnfoonded. 

The Time and Ntim.? were :?omewnat dam- 



now repeated in this rebellion, and slavery 

is the tatal brand. Let our government, ^^^ *^ t)rug stores and at the door. 

which has thus far preserved slavery with 1 

maternal care, simply fling it upon the -A. pbtitio* is being circulated in Slil! 
flames which itself has mad.y aruused, and water, the object of which is to call the at 
the rebellion will die at once. (Cheers,) 



Amidst all the perils which now surround 
us, there is ooe only which I dread It is 
the peril which comes from soose new our 
render to slaverv — some fresh recognition of 
its power — some present dalliance with its 
intolerable preieusioos. Worse than any 
delieat, or even the fligbt of an army, would 
be such abandonment of principle. From cxamme her papers, and if necessary board 



tention ot hir Excellency, Governor Ram- 
sey to a suspicioas looking Frigate now 
riding at anchor on the Wiseoosio side of 
Lake St. Croii, opposite the city. By 
what authority this cratt ittests our Lake, 



all such peril good Lord deliver us ! And 

there is oue way of safety clear as stnlight 

— pleasant as the paths ol peace. Over its 

broad and open g%te is written simply 

"Justice." There is victory io that word. 

Do justice and you will be twice blessed ; 

for so yon will' subdue the rebel master, 0"r qiutations of the St. 

while you elevate the slave 



Mr. Dale advocated the pas-age ot tue „ „., „ 

resolution. Ue remarked that we are now .^f^Ti^l' \^*»;"" Oomm.tiee for the Di.. 
. , ^.u i.uai, r,c o.c """ I trlct of Columbia be lustrucied to inouire luto 

Happjrliug the slaves uf the reb. I^^ ior mem } lue uuth of »*id report, and by what anthorlty 
during the war. He thoughl tnis country ; they are cucLaed. nho are the repurtt.d own- 
tht moct Corrupt, trom the Supreme Court ' ®'"*' *"<^ ^■^*'' i^gMstioa, 11 auy, la necessary 

down, ot auy other m the world. Xhe 1 ^° '■'^*'"^ *^^° ''T '"f"^^^",™*"^ *"**'" ^'''^ 
.»,r..J. 1 ; . .1, •. I vent perbona irom being Bunilariy imprisoneu 

coarse ot jubtice in thi-^ city wa.-^ most ex- hereafter, aud to report by bill or otherwise, 
traorainary. He argued that it was the Adopted. 

duty oi Uougrt^ss tc look iiilo the admin.s 1 Mr. Ptndieton introduced a resolution, 
tration oi ju:,uce iLi this Dij-irict. | whicL. was adopitxi, lustrucling the Com . 

Mr. Wiison remarked that he had visit , miitee on Military Affairs to report whaii 
eJ these poor persans .n juil, uad w.tne?sed cbanige, it any, is necessary in the mode 

tiie ihing.s ol which "^ "^ ' • ' 

the cruel condition 

were placed. He cudorstd 

pressed by Mr. Hale as 10 the adminisira j wae reltrrcd lo the Commiiitc ou the Ju 

tion ot justice in this Disiiicl. He wa.s'dicarv: ' 

willing Ihat hio resolution should be refer- wherea». the exchange of priboners in the ' 

red lo the JuJiciary Oommitiee. prei-ent war has already been practised indU 

Mr. .McDjugal tag^ested that, instead ot fe*^'lj. •^iJ a- mcL i^xtiioiiijc wou.d uot uu-j 

' -e ihe vifjor (.f oir arir.a but subserve 



Mt^SS PORK. -^ bbl, lll'ai:; 

MESS oEt-F. ^ bbl, llOall. 

iiACON. .-suirar cnred, lo^allc.canv 
lOall. pltiiii e>)» >c, naiiulderH, j*dOJ. 

bElLU iiELt. iStkiic « IL 

I.AKD. <:> R,, 7a8c. 

toUGAB, N O. ^ a, yalOc. Havana lOalo*. 
reUned, A A B, llailj. Cuba, relint-d, llalll. 
Loaf, cruflued and powdered, l2faU|. 

COFFEE. Prime Uio pet itj. lOai; i.-j. La- 
guavTa l*>c, Java 'i'ihloc 

BICE, fi R daluc. 

hALT. Frime artitle, |J 6U )« bbi- 

EGGa, ^ doz loaiOc. 

FltUilb. Gteeii Apples ^ bbl $J 60a3 7i ; 



he had s[K>keii, aijd ul pavrnf-nt ot soldier? who are held a« pris- ' ^ried, ^ i'. .7 1 2.»6 1.2c ; iVachcs. '.<al2 1.2c , 
1 in which uiujale.-'onerfc'ol war. I Cianherriea, fi bush 75al0 c ; Uaisma $3 60a 

Kiorsed the views ex j Mr. Co^ introduced the toliowiug. which I l^lT, t?^"ntir U^l^r ifolondTnal^'-''' 



denouncing ihe adiuinislraiiou 0} iastite in '"^rea- 



the Disiriwl, ihey should pro[>ose 
rent-dy and discuas 

Mr. Feisendeu remarked, to liie Senators 
that, liuring a former session, whik it was 



the highest intcrt-sta of humanity, and auch ex* 



FiaU. No. 1 Mack*^rei, ^ bbli2o;No. 2 
f U ; Xo. ;i, $l-t. Dry Cod, ^ bbl ic JuaT 60. 
^teak-d Uerriog, f^ box, 76c. 

CANDLES. M<JuldTttilo«r, 10alO-i.2c :^Ib 
Star, 16 I-2al7 1*2 ; Adamantine, 20c ; Speim 

CHt.EsE. W. B. ^ ft 5*10 ; E. U. Italic. 
LlyUOi^ii Uociitiea Lonimon. 



her. It is understood she \s owned in H^d^ ' «i^d, aud got out of reach of Brown's fire. 
son Wisconsia , Brown received no reiutorceaientn. 

j The P^ast 'TinnesKC bri^ige burners are 1 oropojed to make appropriations for a prop 

Oca CojfMBRriAL CoLUific.-Merchant.= , ' »« ^e court martialed. I'he E.vckangc states vr prison in this city, the neasity for using 
. . , . , i that Senator Dickens is aujoiig the prison- the means for ether purposes, vtx., for the 

business men and tarmtrs are referred wigrgj^j^^gj Tennessee. prosecution of the war, was urged. As to 

Paul market! L-gisators called upon bv the L-gmla the judiciary pystem in this I^istrict, he bud 
Do justice They will be carefully corrected daily by a ture lor un explanation ot alledged counec- [ f'^r ytar^ looked on the Lopelc^eucis ol re 
frankly, generously, nobly, and you will find disinlereated person, one who is not engag ^'^° wiih,br:dge burning denied all knowl 
blreigth instead of weakness, while all seem- . i- , i r l j , edge and asserted that the perpetrators wert 



the best mode of retort, rebels as a povernment. thercore ^-.j,,, ^ ^bi 7 ,>Oa*y ; Tierces. $7. 

' • u,^.?*'^''*' Ahatthri'rea.dentoi the Uaited I mEAIb. Beet, ou fool, 2o i'ork. 2<ki4c. 

atize uiekaurcs lor the exchange ol priwueni p ,jiir j^y »i"— «v 

in the present war. j ^oiATuE^'. NeshauBock.* and pink eye-. 

ft butiiiel, 'i0a26c. Mi.\ed lute. 1 j>',^U€. 



ing responsibility will disappear in obedi- 



ed in trade, from the record of actual irann- 



ence to' God's everlasting law". Do justice, *<^^''J°*' *°^ °^y ^ relied on as strictly 
though the heavens laU ; but they will not correct. 
Ml. Kvery act vt )a3tice becomes a 



■ representatives ot su all lactions only. 



new ; 
pillar of the universe, or it may t>^ a new 
link ot that i 

— .-golden everlasting chain, ' 

Whose blroDg embrace holds heaven sod 
earth and mam. 



Henry 



Winter D«vla uu llic Cundact 
oftlie War. 



PsTTv Theft.— Two nice Buffailo Robes 
were taken from James Smith's Cutter 
niglit brfore last, while standing at his office 
door on Third Street. This shooiJ be a 
warning to persons in the habit of leaving 
their property bo exposed. 



Mr. Hulmau introduced a pteambie re- 
iterating the sentiments contained in the{ 
Crittenden resolutions, to the effect that the' 
war wa.- forced upcn us by the disuoionists, 
and ili.it the ijniy object lu currying it on j 

re-establish obe- 1 



ONlOKd, ^ boaL, aaMki. 

ulL7». C»iu^u, ^ ^lil^ 56adOc. Whale, boa 
joc. Ncaikiuui, |i ^0. Lard, t>^.itti»c. Lauaeed, 
;,:,c. Tiirpeniine, fl 50. 

V\ U;TE LEAi>. fn cwl , fo JOaT iO. 

MoLAS.'^b.^. I'.aiilAliou t« gai., 40a4Jc. bu- 



tonn, but now he =aw an opportunity for a' by thr United Slat.-, is to 

cbaaire.atid there.ore trusted that the en- dience to the Constitution and Cninn, and ' g*r llou=c,4^....oc. U.id^n .->7up. ujaioc 
lire =uoject would be fully and properly ,i,^t ^^^^ these objects are accomplished! LLAt; AAO alioi. Pig €,lb 7c. Bar7*c 
The -Memphis merchants' o'eeting recom- dealt with. >> itb regard to fugitive slave- ' ^j^^. ^^r -ball cease . ■•Lot fe b»g, II b5. 

mended the Bank3 to cut their bills int.. there wa.^ much feeling on that qa.^tioa. | Mr. Holman » propo^ilioo conciuued with ' k,^^"*' ^'^^^^^ '^"'"^ ^^'°°' ^^ ^^- ^'^''■ 
traet.onal parts lor change. j and .t was intimately connected w.th the a resoiutioa reafiircjing ine^ sentiments. I ^^OAfo. Commun *« ft 4taic. Family. 6*c. 

The Cbarlef too Cout^i deprecates rais- odiicultus in which the country i:^ cow m- On motion of Mi .Murxe ofPenusilva- Palm. i'4a*ic- CasUe. i4aio 

voivcd. He would met« out just ce. and nia, it was laid on the uble by a vote if 71 
discriminate as to the fact?. ' ag^mst Go 

The debate was further continned ; and ' Mr. Dunn oflered a resolution instructing 
':'^"^. l^!..'?^-^.:!!'^^^ •^y..'*^'''"."*-^'"' ''^Ub^ CummilUe on Foreign Aflairs, to it? 



Ua^at WiNTSB Davih, of Maryland de- 
livered a lectins in Brooklyn, the evening 

previous to ScMsia's lecture, that is spoken 1.- „, a* 1 .u - . .l 

^^ . . r-"-'^ Lastcrn Mail, as the river at the potnt 



iag the black flag and say? it 13 urgvd prin 
cipaily by those who keep a Bx'e distance 
from the war. 

A New Orleans despatch says that Gov. 
Moore and Generuls Lowell and Rugge 9 
reviewed 28,000 troops including 1,400 free 
n«,'roes. 

'The Richmond Exaviiner publisher the 



OcR Eastrrv Mails. — Messrs. Barbank 
& Co. informs U4 that there will hereafter ; conver.-ation between Lieut Maury and tb»- 
be no more delay iu the arrival ot the 



GLA.>V3. Amenoau WiUd-jw, bxlu, $2 UUa 
2,2i. 10x12, 12 25a2 iO. 10x14, $^ 5082 7» 
lOZlo lo 12x16. $2 7^a3 ^J. 12x1- W \UtM, 
(100(1.^00. Per lun, abjut i^ t-ViiiU oti. 

liiON Eial liar, i'eiiUoyivAnijk, all ai^ea uu 



Of 




Grand Duke Consiantlne. tirand Admiral ' b'a, be requested to report 'mmediateiy to li^^, ^^ree {arsons uf African descent, who «\f;.l'''"«'^tiii'»r^' .a.hei 60.75 • 
oMhe Russian Navy. Consrantine itivites , tbe senate, the liamc-s ad porsong n^^ Uom tk ' '^''"^- ^•■^^''"-^^' %< bushc t>0a7.,e. 

ofasoneoltbdmosithuughituland.uies- .::"-, .^ — ^'- -, Maury to enur the Russian service Mau- j confit^ed m the Di.-tnct of ( _olum^^^ Suu=, lot the formation oi indc 

o. »» ouc o. luc uioa. luuuguuui auu eiaies crossing is m such a condmoa ^ to cause : ry replies that he can't accept until South- t»"= <-'J of VYashington, with the caus^? of ^dJ,i,i colonies. U> be urot.-cled from kir 
man like utterances that hav. been made | _. _,. ...., .,-^^ ^^.j ^j„ ^^^^^^^^^ I ,>, .J'dependence is established j their commitment, and the names 0. the \ .^.rll^taS A^upt ' 



since the Cuuiaicuceuiciil of the war, but it , 
was hardly up to the teiaper ot the people 
on the slavery question, aud was uot so wcli 
received as Mr. aBU.s.NXB's adtlress. The 
Wvrld says of the lecture : ' 

The ijeneral purport of Mr. Davis's dis- 
course Was that the war tor liie prr-^rva 
tioo ;( the Cuiou and the Goyeroin<-nt 
should be conducted With that strict regard 
for the authority of law which will preserve 



no more trouble. 



arrive at about 6 o'clock p. m. 



PoBK — The Market yesterday was some- 
what crowded — the price p»r hundred 
ranged from S2 7.5 to .15.00. 



The Confi^erute Gunboat 
coming trum New Oneans was accitieuiai- 
Iv nurned 15 miiesab ive Helena on the 23d. 



Tuicitrora j uaagi^traie? by whom coramitred the Ipngth 

of iheir ioiprisonuient. a.d the namtB of x he ' ji^trodu^x^ a propontion on the qu<iition o"f 
person- ts ho made the_first arrest. L^^^e ^^^ con^h ration of whicn wa. 



may choose lo tmi^rant thereto Horn the ] iu,'i^":i"4ic. """ ^ 

Ci>i>l>AGK. Mauiiia fa lb lual2c;Jatei>alOc, 
CivACE.Eua. Buller ^ ubi iJ uUnb, Water 
I «4 V); >0'j» and Uustuu k'ji.1: Pilot Uread ii VJ 
I JdlliE^ Dry $"SaS^ Green fJa4. 



Wood is worth from ^3.5u to 4,00, lui 
mea.-;urement, in this market. 



Froiu Fortress* Mouroe. 



OS against txiug cut loose from the old 
moorings. 
Ibe great emergency which has com 
positiun j^i^j ^^^ iTuv-rtiment to put forth all its 
Strength t4) maintain its existence, isat>' 



safe- 



teuded with av/me danger to the d 
guards ot liberty. The framers of the Con- 
stitution inteiid^d to strengthen tbt«e his* 
torical bulwarks which it cost centuries ol 
eflort to erect, and which we ought lo re^i . . 
gard as sacred even while enuaged io a '*^ 
•truk'gle for our national existence. The' Scruko.h 
spirit of the bold barons who extorted Mij- 
na Chaila from King John and of their 



A NAVAL LNGAGEMENT- 

FoRTRKss Mo.vKOK, Dfco .3 — A pharp 

eut'agement between the United States 

guiilxjulo Uelz^l .Seymour. Whit-be id and 

Shawnee, and a rebel steamer, suppoetd to 

be the Yorktown, took place yesterday, 

about five niilt^ obovt' New|Kirt News. 

'The boaibardiueul Ia.-)t(d about two hours, 

commencing at hvf o'clock in the morning. 

'The rebel steamer kept ciose in shore whf-re 

PoLiCK CocRT.— Ksq. Gibb^ yestenlay ' a j>owerful lottery assisted it, and never 

fined a Gr-rman $15 and ciwts for chopping venturing within close range of our gucg. 

J _ u J . .1 , .. ' 1 be eneagement was kept up with great 

down a shade tree on the premises ol Mr. • '^"«5»5^""- r i ^ 



Wood Thirvks.— Thesc depreditora have 
again commenced their work Person? 
owning timbered land iu this vicinity 
eboold be on the look out. 



On motioa ol .Mr. Wilson it wai» n'^?oIv 
ed that the laws now in force in the District 
of Columbia relating to the arrest of fugi- 
tives from'service, or labor, tocether with 
all other I.iws concerning persot.-" of color in 
the District of Columbia be refened to the 
Committee on the District of Columbia. 



Mr. Lovejoy atd Wis. Conway acvt^raiiy 
trodu 
slavery 



SI. HAUL 



FUR MARKET. 

UKe-fMSKH 4. 1^41. 

pasipon'd. I ij^ereisat preeeni, qail« aecarcily of flrat 

Mr. Watts. Delegate h^,n Ne* Mexicj/ ^la^ tam. coDsequently a fair prtce is oOertd. 

introduced a prea-n-.le concludiDir wilh a I ^^^ foilowing -laoiat.oa. m«y n..Wicii> reucJ 

rtaolutiijn requesting tin' ftecreiry oi War .. , 

.*7ij L. L apQU a* the cash pnoe : 

to report to lue Houiie what meafureabave \ ^ _ J,, 

,1 I ''t"^*<t — 
cjeeu or ought to l>e taken to expone andiionk f r* 



»• .*! \i lUV . 



vuor. 
Sharp on St. Anthony Hill. Served him ~x g,^ of tra(^. in cUarc^? of Provost 

Marshal Davis, went from here this morn- 

I ing to convey Mr. Pan^^boru. co;,r-ul tor 

Assistant Subgrom pob Saxooy to New Oilean*, to Norfolk. By 

THB ■ 



... ^,. ^, .. . , , , punish .Vluior I. vniJ -, and Other urn. 

and tl.at the t omtniit^ be TirthiT .n<.trtict.^i,o (^ -, ol treason, or e- _.. 

ed to con.=^drr the ex^^dienoy of abolishing j^ .urrcLucriZg a htr„'er and .u^ , u.r iorce ' ?r..* •• « 
stayery iBthc Di.-^tr.cl with ccmpenBatiOn| ^^ United Stat^ 8oId°era lo Tekau troops " • - 
to loyal owners of the «!aves. ^j^^. ^-^^^ ^,,^^ ^^ j^^^, ^^ ^_ , 

Mr. Wiikiason intn.iuced a bifl to abol- ! jj^^^ from blame. Adopted. ; ^""^^^ ^^ '' 

ishtho ]i..nuction between v.laoteera and Mr. Hutchins a^ted leave to irtroduc<: a 

•^^.•J'^"- ,. a . • • . bill uljolishing slavrery in tb: District of 

Mr. Saalshury oSered a joint resolution, ' (j^qj^i^j^ ^ ^ 

whic:.i3asfol,ows: • Mr. Cox objectcJ. Adjourned. 

Wherein. The people of th«» .'^ateb of Vir-( __^ •' 

ginia, North Carotin t, S«nth Carolina, G«or- 



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ia. Florida, Aiai.ania Mi-siBsip[.i, Louisiana. | Maryland I^ci^lature. 

exa>s, ArkiiU'tas arid leuiiessee ure iu revolu. 



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Beef, on foot.. . 

Pork, 

Mutton, per hoa ... 
V'caisoD, per Ib..^ 
i'oultry do ... 



MEAT MA.HKLl\ 



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We do it wrong, being bo maje^ical, 
To offer it the uiow of violeace. 



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GbnCRAL HXADQl^lKTBR'. PT4TJ(i1 MiXK., j 
AnjlTlNT GKNKKAL'.a 

bT. Pail. De 

OnfXRAL ORDKKS. No. 2^. 

F«»r.— Dr. John U. Mnrphy of Saint Antho- 
ny. Hennepin county. i« announced as S^ir- 
l^eon of the Pourih Begiment of Minnesota 



^AiCl^R'r& . 

lion agaiufft tiia conslitutioaal government .!' PATiaOTlC ME6.-SAG tUF IHE uu VEhNOit. I " Nkw YoKk Oec 4 

, „ . ^, -;— ^ -:r-:r -■;■-■ - I f^lS^llliSerru^^^^^^ i**^ ^.-The MarrMl pix)UR r.l.s,uitefirtn. S.les. lo.eoobar. 

tollowiug Ord.r was that tnean- we learn that t^he^rpbe| yes*! j .^^^^'J//; J^J^^^^^^^ [J'^^^: ; Legislatur-: organ .ed today by the- eiertwi I ^j,, 

^ W HE AI laaa active, i^nt priets withost de 

hifi'Bnnua". messa^-e. mat the ULiou muBtbe , •.'"'^"'"":"' V**^^*.**^ ' 1^' ' Mu.WArxta. Dec. 4 

.preserved aud hence all dli^penfabla meaobl " "^ emiritntly loyal and pa. lie FLoUE doll aud htavj ; no bale. iei,;i.j. 

Nei;«S from >CW xork. must be employed, and beUevi.ii ti:at kind atid says he has conv.rned the l/egislature on i WHEAT aU^dy. Sate« of winter recciptt 



worthy successors in fighting the good fight' J^tei day issue.! from the Adjutant Oener* ^f^^?®" ^^^^^ ^<^^'°° ye-^terday, wa? the federate ai^ie. oi AiaaficAi aad ,of Mr. lirry .>^pe!lke^ of the Hoi 

against arbitrary power, must not U:- ligtt- ' al's office : I steamer Patrick Henry. I he rebels claim | Whereas, The Congress of th. United States, Mr. Goidaborough iTwiuent ol the Senat*:. i .iZTTiT^ 

iT^ffrontedbycX^ing Iheirwork totbej .:-.-»..» .„„,«,.„...„ . that no damaire wa? done th.m. , approving the eent.ment. o^^^^^^^^ 'TU Goven^or 's ««aage w.. t ^^ e><ied chang, 

clash ot arms. I 



fraternal feeiing between the iJjy.e oi aii lUe 
Sutea i» indispensihle to ttte ai<iiateaanee of a 



,._ « .L- VI We do not suppo* that we are in any im ^■-•^-I>r. John U. Mnrphy of Saint Antbo- ^J'^JtJtL^'^^''\fJ^^l\^ | happy a..! prosperous Union. ...i being wi.iiug 

— George fiavem^er, »«o ot kx- Mayor mediate danger, for ihe temper ol our peo I "J- *^*°°^V"» county, is announced as S-ir- Nxw Y obk, i>e<?. 4 — AdviM tro™ at- ' to^i;:,.:^.,^,.,!- 1. wiir-g on their pan to liiem 

Havemyer. ofXew York, wascbm^hed to 'pie would not tolerate aoy acts bearing ^•'^n "^ the Fourth Begimeui of Minnesota Thomas via Panama re{»rt that tb tap- 'lii^i peace m^j be re loreJ to acud 

death last week Weda«dav in the «,^ar ' even the aemblaace of arbitrary power, e.x. Volunteers and wul be respected and obeyed tain Of the privaler-r Jeff Davi^ was CD country a ,J the Uni>n and e on be 

Jeain, last week V\ tdue^lay, in the «»«*'■_.„-(,„ .^e nre^ure of a 'tr-eat Dubfic' accordingly bo^rd the British mail stouner lient,,pre*r and mimiauied aud ae cu- 

rrhoerv o( M«wr« HavMnp\-«.r Tc^nm-r^A <*pt «°"er tne pressure 01 a g.eai puouc accoruiugiy. „i ^„ m«>=-o <ii*l*.t' an.! Maann »*.«» t>.lrpn , o; eru.iua of the people of ti.e a ..Mates 

retmery oi Messr*. Havemeyer, lownaend , ^^^^., y^^ j^^ ^^ freedom is so thor- 1 Stamd.-ln. E W. Cro«i of Olmstead coun "^«" ^^" &lideK and Mason ''^re ^ken ^ ^^^ acoompli-hment of thi* object »a desir- 

A Co., in First street. Williamsburg. He ' ou»rhl, transfused into the popular heart, ty, U announcd as Assistant Surgeon of the ^^^"^ , ^'^ ^^ . , , , ^ , ^*P .M/ t ^^^^ ^'^ ^^'-^ ^'-'^ ^■^^ 

p' „,,. p«„:„«„, ,f Minnn.,». VI. . A Dutch fle-et of 11 vessels Were to be off B^s-uived. Taat MilUrl F Ilmore. Frauklin 

r ourth negiment OI Minnesota Volunteers, and . *'u.v,.. _ , . j y .■ t • o- i- 1 j l- .. .<- \a i..ii 

B «.uu«:ri8. «au La^yj^j^ ^^'ov. 7th. to oem^fcd ?4tisfacU')n , P»€rce. Edward Eveieit, *»«mk«s ^ Dallas, 

from Venezuela tor having trampled on the ,po«- »• Ewiig. Horace Bu:ney, Beverdy 
V. L fl Johnson, John J. Cr:te:jden. Oeorg*! E Pagj, 

— slut i"»ri t\ <i f9 l»T.. — 

Fourth Regiment wi.l report forthwith for 
du'y at Fort Snelling. 
by order of the Commander-io-Cbief. 

JOH.V B. .SaXBO.X. Aoj. Gen 



He : oughl^ 
was twenty>&ve y«ar8 o( age, and resided | that m soon as the peril is past ihey wil 
With hit tether in Foortaeuth street, New I t^ioaud the .maoediaie restoration of all the \ 

V .w u. n.> »^<>.. ...M ..o , tk c old ancienl iruaranleea oi liberty in tbeir 

1 ork. Mr. Uavcmyer entere J the refinery . n » ~ .e . uj 

«;""«•/ fgjj \Qff^^. ^ was seen in the prompt abdi- 

by the baacawnt eotraace, and while \ook- , catioc of power by ihe San Francisco vig-' 
log at Ihe — chine ry was caught in a cog dance committee when its work was accum- ' 
whetl by the elbow of his coat, and with ' V^^^^- But though the immediate danger 
iearfal rapidity was drawn into the 



riil be respected and obeyed accordingly. 

The Surgeon aud Assistant Sorgeoa of the ' i. . . c iw»/»-=j.^, „^.M^m. v... v.....vu, .^.^.g, .. . -t.^, . . . i 

._..u o:_. _, . ,.. . Dutch flag. ^ ^ ,' and Hich*rd W. Thompson, bf a^d they are must bear her shapj and he hopes it 



may not t>e great, we should be cautious 
how we set precetlen'?. The political events 
chinery. Before the engine could be stop- of the day may awaken reasonable solici- 
ped, Mr. Havemeyer 's neck was broken, and , tsde, and Mr. Davis has rendered a valuable 
the side of his bead crushed in such 



BUSINEiSS LOCALS. 



Fresh OTSTxai?.— Capt. Geo. Benz. (Union 
service in calling alteotion to the impor Hetel) annouoces to his old customers and the 
lance ot confining all the acts of the gov- public generally, that he ia now in daily re 
ernment, in putting down this wicked and' ceipt of Fresh Oysters, which Le is 



(earful manner that he died imo>ediately. 

—The steamer Atlantic, j«it tailed for 
Fort Boyal, carried oetMMog o^her thinga, 
a prialiDg |if««, casta. type.Ac, with * 
v.ew of starting a newspaper at Port lioy- 

al, to be condocved under the snperviaioo Nafolfojt recommended to Gecerats Self-sealing Diajiowd PHoroeaai'Ha, twenty 
of General Sherman. A proper person never to venture an army in the field before ' ^^* '" *^** Dolla«, at 
will be selected aa editor, and it is con tern- it has tmdergooe at leaat six months of pre- 1 



'The Dutch government had concluded hereby appointed Commiasiooers on the part done with uo nig^>rd houd. He urges a 

to illow United Sial'^ VCflKta of war tore- , of Oou<res8 to confer with a like number of loan lor the purpmt, also thai it is due to 

main in tkeir port, 4? hoars to coal. The Comuis.ioner^ to be appoiniea by lue autea ^^^ p^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^ ^ immediate 

I.- .1 J- .iL».^. «' -.Uor^o i„ /,-..a<:«,«-.«^ >-^'ir*"=-*'J '^^r the preservation ol U»e Lmoa and ". . . , ■•'■««»•»« 

' \N«t India 8te*im^rt»*bane. in conseqjeocei j^^g j^^,,..^^^^^f j^,(;.^,j^j^j^„^gj ^h^^ provisiooe b- mad- tor rau,iLg and eqiip. 

ot Ihe Tient —air, ordered a., their agents I they r-pon I'ut result ot eAtd couiereacc to p.r.g tiie Mary .and quotu ot voiuntei^ro lor 

to fnraiiii no more coal to the vessels of the Congre-si for approval or rejection ihe w;^:. He aisc recommenuB le^^iAUon 

United Stalta- ( ResoWed, That upon the appointwent (rf ^^^ ^^ eummaiy pinnihrneut o: ptr^>.,.- in 

The accounts trom Bolivia are deplora J^^^^^^^X m^Ju^r'' "^^^^^ :! Maryia^ who sL. be cobvict Jo; .iding 

__^^ ^^. ble. The Commander Vieneral at i^^^i tor Wat p^xr^i-^ ol cmileteaca u ^u . > or atoning in any maniier tho«: wbei are in 

prepared ' ^^^ ordered the txcculion of over 200 per- ' tive hosil ties sha!! ceaoe and be • 



Special »e-ssa>u in order that thty m^y ul »i lowtr elevators 7ck: for No. 1. 71j tor :»o -.;. 

once periorm < :?ariy the express wul o: the ^t the La Ci js-e elevator «.nly 7i was cflere* 

people by taking siich twpa m 8«*m moot ,o, Xo- 2. Salea ol So. I at 7i. No. 2 al 72 

effective to vuKixi i . honor and loyally y^, 

of the Stato by : a- far •a.-* poBsibie, 

and reuK'dy.n^ itic eviis of the action of: UlV.lt, 

for the payment U tne states pcruoci of,a^»i.„ i.^Mbtai, m^ ^,x, ^^ >^^ — u 
the uauonal Ux for the exptLses of the MstiiA.v^-.orec (U..i,«o'taf<»> j*aci>ter»r UMiae 

War. He tiays llMi reoellion ma^-l tj« put i>ait4Lax>.«n jfHtluK.aaJ k.aiv( 4vi>:ff« l.amt^r-i 

dow:;, 1,0 uiatter at wiiai coai. Our State! '^' at.p«m. 

ill be 



»ctritai> ll««oraf'»r lm>i 
M.mrt a« s. «■ aiA^*. *ut%o iTitMt. 



wRoiTEhnaT. ; — 



Ua. . tr 



I 7% I 



s 



,,,.,. ..11 , o^ M>ri« who recently were encased in revoiu- 1 and Bu*li not be renewed unieaa said Coauniie- 

alrocious reOeawn, wi:hin the limits ot the to serve ap at the low price of 30 cents per ;?^« "V^Tm^rt. Am7.iT thai .ho ' "'oaera ^^'^^ ^« ^^^-^ ^o agree, or iu case of 

Loos tilutioo and of laws enacted under it. • doaea. Hi* Reslauraal Rooms w til compete y'^^^'J movcroebu. Amoue looae wno ' ^ urrMmt-.x by th-m. said agreemeat thaU 

' with any in the city, and hi. liquor, will »peAk ^ ^J" '\r\^7!^l ! nn^"^? P.i'' ' ^^-Vr^^' «'"»«' »»' ^'^^^^ «' '^' *'"'*• 

„ ^ _ ,^ I, .u n V, .. J , dova, Gen. Uenloaa, and a numl)er ol Pres- ; said.Sute*. 

Pau.— .«l^orbe«r.«ee. ' for them^eives. O.^ve han_^c.ll. dec6 im , ^q^; ^qJ f^Mir Colonels. ! The resolution wa3 laid on the table. 

' - - - - — - On motion of Mr. Sumner, it waa rtsolv- 



ari.i.<i a,^aiiisl Ihe G'uveruuieat. 



From Weittern Virginia. 



LTRLDtlCK. HlLDhKBRANT. 

A a«.. ■i%<: ^-tr ^-..l lU:j.ieT la ki: iii.^d* u! 

laiTAT'ox or aoekwoou moclduus, 

•„(•.«. .jjOk;a< ti.«M. Pot ,-« . »:..; I'.wK.rr »r«-.. 

WaB»-R ■ ■ " :WKi«K's Bi^'iX 

decS-41y i SI. PaTIa MIN 



WHITJISY'S GALLEBY. 



plated to issue a weekly sheet, which shall liminary manoeavrings and tactics in camps R"o"p— T*»« T«ket office of the L*Cro.«. 



exprcas the sentiments of the Government, esubliabed for the purpose, and let no one 
and at thenne tiae aid in sappreasing n^ 
beUioo 00 the aoU of the PiliiMtto Bute. 



and M.iwaukee Railroad, has been removed 
from the Levee to the office of the North 
in this coantry denounce oar eenerais il Western Express Company, and wili remain 
*iw.^ JU . .u- j..;>w, I there a:, lii the opening ot Lavigation. 

tbey adhere to this advice. | no^^^i^ cfl AS. WOO D, Ticket AgcnL 



PRiVATEEa ^UMTBR HEARD FR(JM. 
ice steamer Northern Light, trom A»- ed that the SeCTttrry of War be requested 
pinwall Nov. 20th, has sarrived. She brings to furnish the Senate copies of any general 
5>*23,oOO in treasure. Ibe Captain re orders in the Military Deparlmeot of Mis- 
ports that infonnal.oa bad been received at souri relative to fugiti' e slaves. 
Aspmwa'l that the privateer Sumter wuat Mr. Hale sutMnitted the to'iowing, wLiob 
.Martinique November Sui, and that the lies over : 
I United Statee gunboat Iroqaois wag within Resolved, That the Commitiee on the Jodi- 



EN OIjO.su Rfc. 



WiiCTi.T««f., Dtc 2— The L^gisbtnre puoKh, INTO M 
met IO this city toiiay, Litgitenant Gavercor MJ okk i>Aa^ iiiki> .".' 
Paiftey iresidmg ill the .Senate and Daniel r^^»-i»' *•«>?' c: .t 
Frobt ot Jaekaon Ooonty in tlie Hoose. a»cs osi* Twumu.^ ^ u* ;^..«M«r rmt 

'The Goveroor's me«age was seat ia this : yJL' 
evening It is a forcible review ol the eon- Yi 
.dition ol this ISUiie and «dvocaies siroag i ^ ' 

measores against reuel a:>ekiors in oar] ■_ 

midst. : rii (J 

Col. Krauier ol Moooogahela oflered a X 



A N T K U. 



-K^PAMILT U 



ASatVM b<nJ«SI 



H O U a >: U W .V fc K h 



foar boura' sail of ber. 



clary be instructed to incioire lata th:.- expedi- , resolaUon tor a atiingaiit aoofiseatioa law. 



WMi:e4. tMikn m OMii korMC or a 9tt Vt aj 
lonuahM iritfenartsrt At)4r— .■■>■« je^ *g; . 

4m«.4a« ' ii(>t' >K." rtm. QUm. 



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THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. SAINT PAUL. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1861. 



mitt ^ §tmml 



ST. PAUL, TUURSDAY. DECEMBER 5. 



Halleek's Klements of HIIHarjr Alt and 
8ol«uoe. 



The work of Major tifoeral 11. \V. Hal- 
LKCK, DOW iu coaiuiuud of tiie Uepartuient 
of Missouri, od ^ The Eieiueuts of Military 
Art autl Science," bud beeu publiabcd by 
D. ApplktvW i Co., ot New Y'ork. It 
embodies.in asiiiali cuaipoM.wtlJ e»tublit*b«d 
military prhiciplca, and illuetratt-a Ibese by 
reference to paat history and the opioioos 
and practiced of the best generaid. 

rORTU AND PLZXT8. 

lo the chapter on Sea Coast Detencee, 
we find an iutereatiug discussioD of the val- 
ue of guna mounted on land, u^ compared 
v-ih those at sea. The discuasiou i^ lollowed 
up by page after page of illustrative fact/?, 
and la ^>eculiarly intereflting at tli.-? time in 
view of the expectations entertained by 
many, that our Navy will oo able to batter 
(]owii ibe torts ou the Southern coast, and 
the reported repulse of the Niagara and 
Colorado, in their attack on Fort .McKae 
at Pcuddcola : 

What should we anticipate from the na^ 
ture ol the contending lorce- V The ship, 
under the circumstauceH we have supposed, 
can eh(H)-f ti» r i)oinl ol attack, .-leitctiog the 
one sLu ittay deuui tiie lutjet vulnerable ; her 
men and guud are much concentrated, and 
coufrqiieutly much exposed. But iu the 
fort tUti guus and men are more dislribultd, 
a loit with un interior area of i>everul acres 
uoi having a garri^ou us large us the erew 
ol a sevenlvslour gun thip. A'l parts of 
a vessel are liable to injury ; wuite the fort 
otl'ers but a small mark— the opening of the 
embrasures, a sruall part of the carriage, 
and now and then a bead or arm raised 
uooA-e the parapet, -the ratio of exposed 
Hurlaces being not Iiks than twenty to one. 

Iu the vesbol, the guns are fired trom an 
oscillating deck, and the balls gout random; 
the loit the guns are Lired Irom uu im- 



followers.Uld which, so loDg as tbey last, 
are the most powerlul aoxiliariefl 'ot your 
enemy. It is scarcely neceHary to remark 
that, to etiect tbit object, — to reoiospire a 
bea*en ariny with hope, and to rcanure it 
o( victory, — we must not turn our becks oa 
an enemy, without sometimes presenting to 
him our front also, — we must not confide 
our safety to mere Sight, but adopt such 
measures as shall convince him that though 
wounded and overpowered, we are neither 
disabled nor dismayed ; and that we still 
possess enough both of strength and spirit 
to punish bis faults, should he commit any. 
Do yoa operate in a covered or motirta* 
neous country ? — &vail yooreelf of its ridg 
es and woods ; for by doing so, jou will 
best evade the presaore of bis cavalry. 
Have you defiles or villAfes to pass? — 
seize the beads of these, defeod them obsti- 
nately, and make a show of fighting another 
battle. In a word, let no error of your en- 
emy,* nor any favorable incident of the 
ground escape your notice or your use. It 
is by these means that yonr enemy is check* 
ed, and your troops inspirited. 

The foregoing general extracts will give 
a gootl idea of the work under notice, and 
shows that the volume is deserving of a 
very wide circulation. They indicate the 
course that will be pursoed by the author 
in conducting the southern campaign. 



Chlaago City Alllla, Chisago Couuty, 
rainuetota. 



in 

movable platform, and the buii^ reach tb«ir 
object with uuerrmg aim. There i:* always 
more or less motion in ihc water, so that 
the ships guns though accurately pointed 
ut one momeiit, ut the next will be thrown 
entirely away Irom the obji>cl, even wheu 
the motion is too slight lu be otherwise 
uotieeU ; whereas in the battery tlie guns 
Will l»e lireJ just as they are poiultd ; and 
the motion ot the vessel will merely vary to 
the exi ut ol a lew iuchi>s the spot iu which 
the shot id reeeivid. In the tort, the men 
and guns ure behind impenetrable walls of 
stone au I earth ; in the vewel they are be- 
bind trail bulwark-, whose spliuteix are 
equally destiuetive wilb the shoL The fort 
is incombustible ; while the ship may be 
readily set on fire by incendiary projeeliles. 
The .ship has many poicia exjiosed that luay 
be called vital points, iiy l..;ing ht^r rud- 
der, or porlitind ol htr riggii;^', or (tf her 
spurs, she may become un manageable, and 
uuablH to usi. her strength ; nhe nuy reef ive 
shots under water and be liable to sink ; she 
may receive hot hhot and be set on fire; these 
damagui are in addition to having her guns 
dieiiiounttd, and her people killed by sbots 
that pierce her sides and scatter splinters 
from her timbers ; while the risks of the 
baitf^ry are continued to those above — name 
ly, the risk that the gun, the carriage, or 
the men may be struck. 

The opinions of military writers and the 
facts of history, fully accord with these de- 
ductions ot theory. Some tew individuals 
mistaking, or misstating, the facts ot a tew 
recent trials, assert that modern improve- 
ments iu tiie naval service have so tar out- 
stripped the progress in the art ot laud de- 
fence, that a floating force is now abun- 
dantly able to cope, ou equal teroBS, with a 
laud battery. Ignorant and superficial 
persons, hearing merely that certain Ions 
bad yielded tu u naval force, and taking no 
trouble to learn the tacts of the cose, have 
paiadtd them belore the public as proofs 
positive ot a new era in military science. 
This conclusion, however groonulees and 
abffurd, has rtXiCived credit merely from its 
novelty. 

In 1797 Nelsoii attacked the httio inef- 
ficient t'atleri'H of .-^unta L-ruz, in I'ene- 
riUe, with eight vessels carrying four hun- 
dred guns. But notbwithstanding his great 
superiority m numbers, skill, and bravery, 
he was repelled with the loss of two hun- 
dred and fifty men, while the garrison re- 
ceived little or no damage. A single ball 
Irom the land battery, striking the side ol 
one of his vessels, instantly eunii her with 
near a hundred seumeu aud marines ! 

In 1806, a French land battery of onW 
three guns, near Fort, i'riudad, drove ofl an 
Fnglish seventy.tour gun ship, and bomb 
vessel. 

In l8l4, a barbette battery ot one tour 
pounder and two eighteen pounder guns at 
Stooiugton, repelled a British tieet of one 
hundred and tbirty>.four gans. During the 
engagement thtt Americans exhausted their 
ammunition .and spiked their eighteen-poun- 
dern. and only one of them was alter ward 
used 'I'wo of the enemy's ships, carrying 
one hundred auii twelve guns, wc-re engaged 
during the whole time ol attack, an 1 during 
iimeh ol this i.me UimOarded the town 
Irom a position bi^ond reaeU^ ibe land- 
battery. 

OKNRRAI. UATTI.KS. 

Iu the chapter on Tacties, which relates 



I'l t/ie Editor ol' the Pionetr and Dtmoerat. 

Our attention has been called to an arti- 
cle which appeared in youi issue of the bth 
ulL, headed, " A new branch of industry 
lor Minnesota." I'resumiug that said arti- 
cle refers to our business, as it contains 
some errors, we take the liberty of correcU 
ing 'hem. 

The under!<igned are the lessees of the 
above Mills, Iw of the partners residing 
on the spot, carrying ou the manufacturing 
of Staves, under their own supervision. 
You will therelore please correct the state** 
ment (in the article referred tc) that the 
business is conducted by a competent agent 
lor ari »'!>terprising citizen of New York. 

Having brou<.^ht out the most improvetl 
niaehinery from the East, and after enlarg- 
ing and otherwise adapting the Mills to 
our purpose, we have now w lull operation, 
after several months' labor and considera- 
ble expense, one branch ol the business 

that of manufacturing flour barrel staves 
and heads, of which we are now turn- 
ing out trom filteen to twenty thousand 
daily. We are now placing in their re- 
sjxjctive positions machines with our own 
improvements, lor the manufacture ol pork 
barrel staves and heads, ami staves varying 
in 9iz*» up to ten feet. 

VV'i' are here in the woods, amongst the 
be«t ot hard timber, and all judges who 
have seen the article? we produce, pro- 
nounce them unequuled in quality ol mate- 
rial and finish of workmanship. 

Chisago City is within ten miles of the 
St. Croix river, l>y land ; but with the fa- 
cility o< Chisago lake, on wbieb our Mills 
are situated, we will be enabled to boat our 
machinery within four miles of river navi- 
gation. 

Your insertion of the above in your col- 
umns, thereby correcting errors in the ar- 
ticle in question, will much oblige, 
Yours respectfully, 

A. THORNTON 4 CO. 
December 2, 1861. 



Oar Own State. 



Steele coaaty District Cf^urt, are to be de- 
ferred QOtil a decision is rendered. 

Yesterday morniog, between three and 
four o'clock, a small dwellinf^ house on 
Second street, oj^)osite Borgmier*.- wagon 
shop, iras destroyed by fire. The bouse 
was owned by Sberiff Tyner, and occupied 
by Mr. Hare. 

On Wednesday afternoon last, as Major 
Balcomt>e was coming to Maokato, he 
found a Winnebago c^iet named Young 
Carmo nia, lying in the road dead drunk. 
His band, nose, and other parts of his body, 
were frozen. The major procured ajisi- 
taoce and had him removed to a boase on 
the reservation, where he was revived. 

(Jen. Thompson, ot Garden City, sold to 
the Messrs. Bradley, on Thursday, two 
bogs weighing 900 pounds. 

Vlft« V«rK« or Secession. 

One of the most novel yet painful im- 
pressions which An American can ever ex 
perience, is thai received when advancing 
beyond the Federal pickets, to the dividing 
line of the hostile armies, and finding that 
the United States flag is uo longer an eflec- 
tual protection on his native soU. Then, 
perhaps for the first time, comes home the 
sad truth that the Uovernment ot the glo- 
rious old Federal Union is engaged in a ter- 
rific struggle with rebellion, and that its 
authority for the time being is successfully 
defied. Mr. Dawsoo.of the Albany Eaoniny 
Journal, recounts his experience a.s follows : 

.No one, ot course, who visits Washington, 
will be satisfied without treading "the sacred 
soil of Virginia." To do so, a pass must 
be obtained either from the Comiasoder-in 
Chief or the Provost Marshal. This can 
be procured by an introduction from some 
one known to these officers. When obtained. 
Virginia may be reached either aoross the 
(jteorgetown Ferry, Chain Bridge, Long 
Bridge or by steamboat to Alexandria. At 
either point you will be met by a guard 
demanding your pass; but after this guard 
is left behind, you will be only occasionally 
asked to show your authority for moving 
about among armed men. 

To visit the camps, no mode is so available 
as the saddler; tor many ol the regiments 
have pitched their tents at places inacces 
sible to ordinary vehicles. Those iu com- 
mand are |always glad to receive visitors, 
and DO one will m'^d go hungry who can 
relisli soldiers' fare. 

Most visitors have a desire to get as near 
the outer rim of the camps as possible. Any 
one with a pass can go to the very verge if 
he pleases; and, if accompanied by proper 
officers, he may even go outside the pickets. 
And many do so. 1 had that satisfaction, 
not because I had any wish to be shot, hut 
because I was desirous ot ascertaining, if 
possible, why ho many of our man reck- 
lessly venture within range ot the enemy's 
musket.'*. And the problem was, to ray 
own mind, satisfactorily solved. As we 
8to<xl (m an eminence, considerably in ad- 
vance ot our pickets, nothing more quiet 
and peaceful looking could be imagined. 
The temptation to go on was almost irresiS" 
tible, a"' one could hardly cooeeive any evil 
lurking amid a scene of such perfect calm 
repose. Rut the smoke of the rebel camp 
fires, curling above the tree tops a mile in 
advance of us was a sufficient warning to 
prudent men to postpone a forward move- 
ment to some more auspicious occasion. 



Reports of fClty OAecrs. 

BWOHt OF THB C0IO!irT2« IK lUK¥\TTKa 

OF OrB.VIKO SEVUjrTH 6TBEKT. 
^"s'l'^'l'^' ^"^^"^ ""^ (Wi«t*,. tt»L..ei7 of th$ city c/ 

The naderaigntd to wham was referred tbe 
report snd proceedings of the Commissioueis 
m ibe matter of opening Seventh Street in said 
city, and tho objections made thereto Ly the 
property owneri intereated therein, sobmit 
the following report: 

In giving an opinion of the constitationality 
of the act of the Legislature appomting Com- 
missioners to open said street, and of the le- 
Kftliiy of their pr oceediaga under the aaiue, as 
becomes necessary to answer the objections 
interposed by the said property owners, your 
Committee beg leave to eay. that however 
much we may regret that an effort of a large 
and respectable number of property owners 
m our city to ca-ry into effect an improvement 
conterriag bo great and lasting a beaetii on the 
city, should meet with so strennot:=j an oppo- 
sition by onr citizens, it still bseomcs the duty 
of the Couocil to see that all improvements 
within the corporate limits of the city, are 
made in acoordaace with the Couatitution and 
lawti ot the State, and more especially when 
a large amount of property owned by private 
individuals U taken for public use. 

Iu the present case, the owners of about 
fourtiitha cf the aggregaU value of the build- 
ings reqn.red to be removed in mali'ng said 
improvement, have remonstrated against the 
acts aud doings of the said (Jommiwioners aud 
have employed experienced and able counsel ', 
to oppose the carrying out of the provi- 
Bions ol the aforesaid act ot the legis- 
lature, alleging among other things that the 
act is not constitutional, because it was not 
approved, signed and hied in the oflice of iJie 
Secretary of State, as required by the ('onsti- 
tatiou, within throe days after the adjourn, 
meut of the Ijegi.'^lature pa-ssiiu- the same. 

tiec. 11 of art. 4 of the Const .ution provides 
that the " Qovcruor may approve, sigu and 
tile in the offioe of the becretary of State, with- 
in three daya after the adjourument of the le- 
gislature, ttui' act passed during the last three 
days ot the sesBion.aDd the same shall become 
a law." 

The act in question was passed by both 
br^iiiches of the legislature, on Thursday, 
March 7, ISCl.and said legi-slature adjourned 
on the day following. On Tuesdav, March 12, 
the Goveraor having approved aud signed the 
same, filed it iu the oflice of the Secnjtary of 
Siute. 

Your Committee 



From Washington. 



to the fighliug of general batlic^*, the tol- 
lowiug maxims may be sluditd with advan- 
tage : 

Ist. Gefaeral battles are not to be fought 
but under tbe oecurrenet.' ot one of the toU 
lowing circumstances : when you ar«, 
from any cause, deeidedly .-uperior to tbe 
euemy ; when he is on thp point ol receiv- 
ing reinforcem»»nt3. which will materially 
aflect your relative strength ; when, if not 
beaten or checke*!, he win deprive you cf 
suppIiPs or reinforcements, necrssdry to the 
eonti nuance of success ol your operations ; 
and, generally, when the adv;iutage of win' 
ning the bntlle will t^.e grpaler than the dis 
advantage ol losing it 

'id. Whatever m<iy b*.- your reason for 
risking a general batiie, yuu ought to re- 
gard as indispei.sablH pre iminaries. — a 
thorough knowledge of the ground on which 
you are to act; an ample supply ot ammu- 
nition ; the most {»erlect order in your fire 
arms ; hospital depots regularly establish- 
eU, with 8urgeoi..s, nurses, drt-ssings, Ac, 
suffit'ient for th'i accommodation of tht 
wounded ; points ot rendezvous establishe*! 
and known lo the commanders of the corps; 
aud an entire pCRsession ol the passes in 
your own lear. 

3d 1 he battle being fought and won, the 
victory must be followed up with as much 
alacrity and vigor, as though nothing had 
t)een gained— a maxim very difficult ot ob- 
servance, (from the momentary disotwdience 
which pervades all troojw fiu^litd with con 
quest,) but with which an able general will 
never dispense. No one knew bvtter the 
use of this maxim than .Nupulton, and no 
one was a more striet and habitual observer 
of it. 

4th. The battle being louKht and lost, it 
in your first duly to do away the moral el- 
tect of defeat,— the want ot that self-respect 
and self confidence, which are its iinmediote 



W om the Olenoo'- Register, :', tth. 

Taxrs! Taxks!— The more property a 
m^n has in this State, the worse oil he is. 
The present high rate of tuxes eats the 
very vitality ont of the rich soil. We do 
not know that there is any remedy, but it 
strikes us some measures shou Id be taken to 
reduce the present enormous amount ol 
tribute we have to pay on our property. 
What can be done? The salary of our 
State and County officers is in all conscience 
low enough. Tbe war tax which we shall 
soon be colled upon to pay will be promptly 
met by patrio's without grumbling. This, 
with the State, county, and Town tax, 
will make it necessary that we retrench 
our public matters in some way or other. 

From Ihu St. Peter St •leimau. 29lh. 

J. C. Dow, l<:Bq., of Traverse, has re^ 
moved to Prescott, Wisconsin. 

We learu that Col. Pratt had fifteen or 
twenty young hogs drowned today, by 
breaking through the ice in the river. 

The trapping season has coiiimenced 
and promises a large trade in furs. This is 
a considerable source of revenue to oar p<;o 
pie. 

Many of our fiirmers have really to buy 
oats for their horses. This crop was almost 
entirely neglected the past season. 

We leurn that A. J. Lamberton and (Jeo- 
W. Piper, of this place, have obtained the 
suttlership of a New York Regiment at 
Washington. I.ambertoD leavi-s tor Wash- 
hington next week. Hope they'll make a 
fortune. 

We would inform Colonel Steveus, of the 
Glencoe Rtgistrr, that on Tuesilay night 
one of our physicians had three calls ot a 
tender and interesting nature, and on the 
next morning attended to the fourth, (lur 
population is rapidly increasing. 

Joseph C'oursoll kille<l a black bear, 
weighing 500 lbs. one day this we*k. He 
first saw it about five milts below Tra- 
verse, and followed it u whole day, until he 
finally succeeded in capturing " hraio," h 
few miles this side of Henderson. We are 
under obligations to Mr C. for a couple of 
fine steaks, as tender as a youog chicken 

From the Maiiknl • Reoord, 30ili 

Captain .Iim — The above-named Win 
nebago chiet, who froz-^ to death on Tues 
day night last, was one of the oldest aud 
best members of that tribe. He fooght 
bravely in detense of our country through 
the war with Kngland in 1812-14, and 
was wounded io a battle in Northern Ohio, 
near Saodus^ky. He also served in tbe 
Black Hawk war. Ho was industrious, 
and though fond ot liquor himself frequently 
lectured his lellow Indians on their intern 
penuice and indolence. Captain Jim was 
very proud of his military exploits, and 
usually carried a hatchet pipe on which was 
marked in dots tbe number of white per 
sons he had killed, Indians scalped, the 
towns he^had visited, and such other mat^ 
ters as he deemed worthy of remembrance. 
He was ttt>out 75 or bO years of age, and 
was chief of a band ot thirty odd li^iaos, 

A good livery horse, b longing to Sher- 
ifl'iynur, and known as "Old George," 
was accidentally killed near Madelia, on 
Wedce!<doy last, while Mr. Tompkins, of 
thi.H place, was driving him. 

Ity stipulation between the attorneys for 
ttjc old company and the settlers, tbe suits 
tried before Daniel Buck, h)sq., last sum- 
mer, are to be placed on the calender for 
trial, at the December term •( the .Supreme 
I Court, aud thrt suits pending before the 



CorrenporrieDce of tbe Commerciai Advert ser. 

Washinqton. Nov. 25. 
When Napoleon the Grand was about to 
start on a campaign, he used to review the 
troops detailed for service, commencing 
with the newest levies, and ending with his 
cherished ViciUe Ganlt, who were always 
he'd in reserve, to turn the tide of a con- 
tea* d combat, and to secure victory. 

8o with our young General-in-Chief, 
whose advancement has been even more 
rapid than was that of the military Emper- 
or ot the French. He has reviewed the 
volunteers of the army of the Potomac by 
regiments, by brigades, by divisions, and sa 
an army. New he is inspecting the "reg- 
ulars," who have been formed into u divis 
ion, under the command ot (ieueral Andrew 
Porter — General Sykes commanding tbe 
infantry. Colonel Hunt the light artillery, 
and Lieutenant Colonel Emory the cavalry 

These regular troops form an impaling 
phalanx, for a large proportion of them are 
veterans, who have served in the Florida, 
the Mexican, the Utah or tbe Indian oam- 
paigus — some in all of them — during which 
they have been "tempered" by long marches, 
severe hardships, and some fighting. Of- 
ficered, to a great extent, by West Point 
graduates, they will be more reliable than 
even the bist of our volunteers. 

Regulars are generally easily distinguish- 
ed from volunteers by their cleanliness. 
Kvery man has his clothes neatly brushed, 
and his buttons, cap ornaments, cartridge^ 
box plate and belt clasp are always polish- 
ed, while those ot volunteers are seldom 
clean. This is the work of trained orderly 
sergeants, who are rarely to be found in 
volunteer regiments. 

The balloon barge has gone down the 
Potomao, with Professor Low and a por- 
tion of bis corps, who will make careful 
Oirial reroniioissanws. Those best informed 
predict the speedy silencing of the batteries 
l>y which the Potomac has bceu blockaded 

A train of verj heavy seige-cannon is in 
readiness, and tbe voluuteer artillery men 
Irom Buffalo and other cities of the Kmpire 
state, show that they are practiced cannon- 
uiers. In short, everything and everybody 
is in " uiarehiog order," and there will soon 
be uo laek of militarv news. 



T II K 



11 CK TO LUMBERMEN. 

BEST PINE L.A.NOS 

ON 

Hiiiii Ac SSt. Croix Rivers. 

AND THKIR THIBUTARIES, 

Aai.Hintui^ t<>«avetiil ilmiiHatid Hcres. lijoated f U vf^r^ 
»tr», tnr »iilf HI I.oW K/»rK.S,or the glumpHKe upt^ii 
then diHixwed ul OD reniouHblf t<^rm«, (or lumber 

Apply IO I. YMAN ••. DAYTON. 

Dov'.T UAwliuu IcteruMloDsl ' >>iel, St. Paul, Mln. 

V W, EDDY. 
Oeneral Grroeer. 

Aud daAlar to tb« very bettt 

Family Provisions, 

FotiT STHRUT, 

Jiiat recflvrd %u eollruly nuw 8t<i<^k, com 

prUlLS ID pan, 
Stewart'^ SuKan, i>eleh«*r'« Skrupa. 

Kreah Teit, PreiDlnm Butter, 

i>!irk««'a pur« Spleea, lu tlo lull; 
SUtl caii8 Iri'ih Peacbea od Ciiuaigunieiil. 
V. W. KOdy A tlo'a.'^cuip. 
Pur." wines aud I.lquord, for medicinal iiae. 
And all otb«r artiel«-a uauaily kept Id a Brai 
eUaa aiure. Dovi3daw3m 



y O L U N T E E R S FOR THE 

IRISH BATTALION, 

COMPAMY A-UIBERMAN GUENADIERS! 

Thix -eompaoy ollera luperiur 'iiiduremeuta in iboe«t 
«r'b» are dealruua ot eiiliBtiu^ 

FOB THB WAR 

ioaeompauy that witl equal, ir aot aurpasa, any that 
baa b<!«n raia>*d in Ine Slate. 

All uOioers elecud by ibe eompaay— placioK every 
man 'lO an eanal footing, and Riviug merit iU due worth 

None but abl.^ bodied mao, betue«D tbe agea of 13 aod 
46, oj goo babita, and five feetasveu Incbea, or upwards 
Id lieigbt will be received. 

Miuura tDuat lurolab itae wrlliteu conaeut of pareuls 
or K'liirdlaua. 

TravallnK eipenaea to place »( enlWtmeot, paid al tbe 
laiful ibree ceuU per mile K<t>ii|-u>eiiU fiirulabed by 
(lovnriiiueut. 

earUea wiaklng lo raiae compaolea or parta oi cumMa- 
ul<M> lor Ute Uattalliou. ur dealrlug to eiilbit. will reaort 
Id peiaon or by letter to tbe underaiinied 

iiovlC d*wlm I.VMA.N r. DAYTON 

(iiUfe at the luierDBlloDkl Uotel St. eaul 



are of opiniun that the 
framerd of the Constitution, in limiting the 
time within which the Execiitiee should tile 
the acts referred to, did not iuieud, Sundays 
intervening, to include them withiu bucL time, 
and that the provisiona of the Constitution 
were legally complied with by the Executive 
iu that respect. 

Sectiou 13 of Article 1, of the Con8litut<(jn 
provides that "private property shall not te 
taken for public use without just compeusatisn 
therefor, Jhst puid or »erund." And by the 
4th Seotiou of tlie same Article, the right ol 
trial by jury is "extended to all oases at law, 
without regard to the amount in cohtroversy.'' 
And it is contended by Counsel lor the prop- 
erty owners in the present case, that th.« Act 
appointinj? and goveruiUK the Commissioners 
in opeuing said btreet, is in violaliou of both 
provisions of the Coustilutiou last referred to. 
Your Committee do not apprehend that tlie 4th 
provision of the article referred to, has refer- 
ence to proceedings of thm nature 

"The jury trial record applies only to ci. les 
Of trial or issues of fact in civil aud criminal 
proceedings i:- Courts of Jn.stice, and lias i o 
relation o assessments of damages ol the 
owners of property taken for btieets or other 
public use— the mode ot ascertaii ug such 
damages belongs to Uio Legislature, and they 
miiy direct the assepsmeui by a Ji'-y or by 
Commissioners," us in the present case. Vide 
Livingston vs. Mayor of New York, 8 Wen. 

The Act appoiuting said Commlsf ioner 
makes Chapter bi.\ of the Chaiier of tlie City 
of St. Paul, a pait of said Act, and makes uo 
provision for ^iaiymg or nfCK/iHg the property 
owners for damages sustaiued m opening said 
street, except what is coutaiuea ui Cuainei 
bix ol said Charter, which provides that the 
Commissioners, if there aru buildiugs standiu"- 
whoi(; or in part upon the land to be taken for 
said street, shall, before making their assess- 
ment, "IJrat estimate and deteimiuo the whole 
value of such buildiugs to the owuer, aside 
Irom the value of the land, and the injury to 
such owner in ha\ -ig such buildings taken 
from him; and secondly, the value ot .tuch 
buildings to the owner to remove." And such 
owner, after live days notice for that purpose, 
is -eiiuired to appear bv-fore the Commou 
Conncil of sa-d City, or givo said Connci! no- 
tice in writing of Ins election or determination 
to accept the award of sa'd Commlssiouer-j 
and allow each build-nga to be taken with tho 
laud appropriated, or of his mitutiou to re- 
move the same at the value set by the Com 
missionera for him to remove. Aud this he is 
required to do before the damages for the land 
taken are assessed or known to h'm. And if 
he fails to givo notice of his election as afore- 
said, said Council, n'"ter giving t ^n duvs no- 
tice for that purpose, may sel' such buildings 
at publ'o auction ; aud are required to pay the 
proceeds of such sale to tho owner ot su«h 
buildings, or deposite the same forh s use. 

The Commissioneuare then require J to as- 
sess the damages for the land taken, including 
the value ol the buiidngs as appraised by 
them, less the proceeds of such sale, and to 
return then awiud ot tho same to said Coun 
cil, together with the ttstimouy taken by them 
iuthe premises. And the Council may affirm, 
or award such asse^8Iaent, and il they vote to 
award the same, all proceeding are void by 
said Charter. "' 

In making this appraisal and ansessuient 
the Commissiouers are to appraise also tho 
benelita ari.sing or accruing to any property 
owners by reason of the opening oi said street, 
or the making of .such improvement, and to 
oflaet the same against the damages sustained 
by such owner; sid if their proceediugs are 
confirmed by the Council, a warrant is issued 
to the Treasurer of said City for the collection 
ot the same. The framers of the Charter evi- 
dently -ntended that the benefits arising Irom 
the improvement should be collected tor the 
purpose of paj 'ng and satisfyim; the damages- 
but it such benelits should not be suOicient for 
that purpose, tbe Council are authorized upon 
the recommendation in writing, ol any two Al- 
dermen of the Ward where the improvement 
lies, to order the deficiency to be pai'd out of 
the fund of such Ward; but it the Allermen of 
such Ward do not so recommend, the Charter 
declares that the report ol said Commissiouers 
shall be auriuled, aud ail proceedings lliereou 
shall be void. 

If the Commissioners in the present case had 
been appointed by the ('ouncil, there could be 
little doubt of the power of the Council to «on- 
flrm or annul their proceedings; but tho Act of 
tho Legislature appointing this commis-sion 
provides that " the report of said t^ommi.ssion- 
era shall be final." li it was tbe intention ot 
tho Legislature to divest the Council ol all 
power or authority over the proceedings of the 
Commissioners, as rr-ported to said Council, 
except the discretionary power conferred by 
the Charter, of directing the sale of the build- 
ings, and authorizing the Treasurer to collect 
the appraised bent-lits, and if so recommended 
by the Aldenueu, pay tbe excess ol damages 
appraised over and above the benefits, out of 
the land of the Ward iu which the improve- 
ment lies ; It would seem somewhat doubtful 
whether the lA>gislature had provided any 
known, certain or adequate remedy to secure 
or pay the properly owners the daniasrcB bus 
sustained iu <.p«ijiijg said street ; but it the Le- 
gislature only intended to deprive the proper- 
ty owners ol the right of appeal, as provided 
in said Charter, which seems most probable, 
the quettion then arises, whether tlio a. t of 
the Legislature, taken io connection with said 
Charter, provides any such known and cerlitm 
remedy lor paying or securing the damages to 
the owner's ot the land and buildings taken for 
said improvement as is re<|uired t>y the Cou- 
stitDtioa of the State. The Charter of the City 
of St. Paul was passed prior to the adoption 
of our State Constitution, and k m msay pai- 
ticulars somewhat vague and uncertain. The 
Constitution is explicit " that private property 
■baii not be taken for public use without just 
compensation therefor, first paid or secured;" 
and It is perhaps doubtful whtUher the Legis- 
lature can legally authorize the sale of private 
properly in the way and manner contemplated 
iu the atoresaid Charter. " When private pro- 
perly Is taken for public use, it is taken not as 
the owners share of a contribution to a pubho 
burden, bat as so much beyond his share, ' 
hence tho justice of tbe rule requiring compen- 
eat ou to be made therefor. And our Federal 
aud Htate courts have repeatedly declared that 
" such compensation most be either ascertain- 
ed and paid before die |iroperty is appropriat- 
ed, or au appropriate remedy must be provid- 
ed, whereby the owner may obtain such com- 
peunalion ' through tho medium of courts of 
justice, if those whose duty it is to make such 
compensation refuse to do so." "Atidsucb 
compensation must bo a fair equivalent iu 
money, a i^t* dptuquo, a recompence in value 
for the property taken," paid or secured be- 
fore the same is taken or afipropriated. " Such 
provision must be made cotemporaneoualy 
with, and as a part of the act which authorizes 
the appropriation." Vide li> iJarb. U. 8. li 
p. 118, same p. 107. IS Wend. 3.'.. 11 Wend. 
Whenever the private property of a citieen is 
taken lor public use, aud suob citizen suatalni 
injury thereby, he is entitled under the Consti- 



tution to redress in the established aud usual 
mode of contesting indifidua! rights. And if 
«!• Act in quistioD deprives the propprlv own- 
ers of an J r^ht secured t>j Uiem ny the Oonsti- 
tutiOB of tb« Btate, our cooMa would net hesi-" 
tale to declaring the same toiJ in that respect. 
If the Ooauuou Council have a right to exer- 
cise the powers conferred by th« Charter in 
the present case, and the act would seem to- 
tally inoperative without the exercise of such 
power, then the whole proceedings of the 
Commissioners must depend upon the action 
of the Council had subsequent tu the sale of 
the byiiuuigs aud diepoaiug of tfae property. 
And if the c uunoH should be disposed to reject 
and assume the report and proceedings of said 
Cemmteaioners, under the proTisions of said 
Charter, the owners of the buildings maat look 
for remuneration for damages sustained, iu a 
way aud manner not very deliuitely stated iu 
said Charter. 

Y our committee are therefore of opinion that 
if the Aot itself iu eonneouon with said Char- 
ter, does not in terms provide for payiug or 
securing such damages, the Council would 
hardly be justified in ordering a sale of the 
buildings standing upon the premises lu ques- 
tion. 

It is also outeuded that the LMislature in 
granting the.Charter of the City of St. Paul, 
vested m said city, the care, supervisioa and 
conlrul of all improvemeuts within as corpor- 
ate limits ; and that the Legislature could not 
afterwards alter or impair those rights, or im- 
pose upon said City au obligation' .-jf this na- 
ture without its consent. 

Your Committee are of opim >n that "Amer- 
ican Legislatures have the same uulunited 
power in regard to legislation as has the Brit- 
ish Parliament, except when restrained by 
written Constitution." Such is conceded m 
our Courts to be a fundamental princfple in 
the poUUcal «rgaoiz..tioa8 of the Auericau 
States. All legislative power in the American 
States is vested iu State I.«gislatur» a under the 
restriction ol our Federal and Slate Coustita- 
tions. Such power has been delegated by, 
aud is derived from the people. "The Parlia 
ment of Great Britain positesses tbe requisite 
power and is competent to make any law bind- 
ing upon Corporations, however much it may 
Increase their burdens or restrict tbeir powers, 
whether general or organic, even to the repeal 
of their Charters." Such power was fully re- 
oogDiBsd lu the c«se of Dartmouth College vs. 
Woodard, 4 Wheatou, 618, aud cases theu cited. 
Vide I Ohio, 591-27 Ut. 140. 

*'A Corporation is au artificial being, a crea- 
ture of law, possessing only those powers con- 
ferred upon It by Charter^expressly or inci- 
dental to its existence. Aud the Stalo in 
granting such Charter, relinqnishos no right 
not therein expressed oi necessary to tbe ex- 
istence and enjoyment of tho grant. "And 
when the regulation ol the police of a City or 
town is given to such city or town by general 
ordinances, to be carried into ott'ect by their 
bye-laws and other regulattons, it is, in all such 
oases subject to the superior control of the 
Legislature." 

The government, by rellnqnlshiDg such con- 
trol, would disarm itself of onu of the powers 
necessary in accorapUshiug the ends of its 
croation, and whish should be inherent in all 
State Legislatures. 

And unless the Act in question essentially 
modifies or interferes with the franchise of said 
City, as conferred by said Charter, or deprives 
it of rights clearly expressed and. conferred 
thereby , our Courts would hardly declare that 
tht.-^ supreme or law making power had not au- 
thority to provide for a public improvement of 
thia nature. 

Objection ha<) been made to the proceedings 
of the Commissiouers, because no such peti- 
tion of the property owners to be effected by 
the opening of said street, has been presented 
to the Council, or to the Commissioners, ask- 
ing said improvement, as the Charter provides. 
Had the Commissioners been appointed by 
said Council, 8uch,petitiou would have been re- 
quired, but the act ol the Legislature fully au- 
thorizes the Commissiouers to lay out and open 
■aid street and seems to do away w<th the ue- 
ccBsity of a petition for that purpose. 

Divers other oifjeciions have been made to 
the proceedings of said Cemmissioners,and the 
legality ot tho act aud charter under which 
they have proceeded in the premises ; but 
your Committee are ot opinion that the Coun- 
cil will find little dilhculty iu sustainiug the 
acts and doings of said Commissioners, if that 
portion of their proceidings, and of the act 
and charter her^iubetoro mentioned, should bo 
at.'^'udged legal. 

^our Committee are aware that a large 
amount of improvemeuis have been made by 
the city iu a way and manner wh'ch has been 
adjudged illegal by our Cjurts, thereby incur- 
ring great cost aud expense to the city ; that in 
many iubtances individuals who have petition- 
ed ar.d asked for such improvements, and 
whose property iius been materially benefitted 
aud enhaiccd in value thereby, have taken ad- 
vautijge of such proceedings aud relused to 
pay any assessmeuts made upon their proper, 
ty for tlial purpose ; and iu view of the premi- 
ses, and to avoid if possible useless costs and 
litigation, we ere of opinion that no improve- 
ment, of great expense to the city, and alTect- 
ing a large amount of private property, should 
be ordered under vague and uncertain laws, or 
those of doubtful constitutionality. And while 
we believe that no act of the legislature of our 
State, providing for a public improvement, 
within the corporate limits of the city, should 
meet wKh unjust opposition, we regard it the 
duty of the Council to protect the property and 
finances of the city, and to that effect we would 
recommend thu charter ol said city be so 
anieuded that an improvement may bo made 
under the same without expending in costs and 
litigation a sum equal to the amount of the 
improvement sought to be carried into edect. 
«. H. FITZ, ) 
JOHN STEKLE, (. „ 
F. BERKEY, 'Kommittee. 

C. .M. DaILKY, I 
8. M. FLINT, City Attorney. 
December 3d, 1861. 



J^i^^ ADVERTISEMENTS 

^ E V, O R O U E R Y H U 8 E 
At Saint Paul. 



Coolev, Tower <& Co., 

nranclj of«;tM»|.i^ 4 TOWRR, (formerty LlV 
KRJiOBK k tTOOLBY.) 8t. Cmmh. 

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WM4>l..i£tdAL.l!; liJtiOCKHS 
AMD 

CJomnxisRioii Mei'cliant^, 

mPORTKRS OrtORKION FRUITS. HOTS. 

WINK*!, LKiUOKS, SBOAK.'i kc . 

JACKSOM STMEKr. litrWKKN LSVtlC 4- TBIHD. 



NEW AD V EKTISEMENTS 



IT N I O N COMMERCIAL 

COX^LKOEI 

Tley ward's Block, Xhira Street 
O. F. CAKVKK, PaiKciPAL. 



Tbta luailiutloa la uow op«a for ih« raeepti m ot hki 
d«BU. Tb« Ikcmuea for acqutnug » dtoruuixL 

Oommercial Kduoation. 

in » ahiM-i Hue, lire uot lultirior to iboite oir«r«4 lu atnui 
Ur OiilleBea ai Ihi* Riurt. 

FOK PAimcULAKS 

Call allbe U6oaisa« »buve, or aci4r«»s. 

or OASVKR. 

Dov24 L'ulou i'ummercla.1 C'olleKe, 8t. faul. 

I KW18'S DHEAP DRUG 8TOKK 



Kaferrlag lo the aImca, w« beg leave to auic, iba-. lor 
Use beUer accouiimxltliou aua couvKuieuce 01 uiu ciis 
tonicrii ana Irieuda lu lae U(*(ier couulrj. wo b»v<- ea 
uHiliahed a houae a| thl* poini, (io oouuocUou with the 
Uou*) of fOOf.RY k loWRR.st. I.K»ttlt, which will be 
coBiluned aa heretotor. .) and htb iiow opnniue » 



COMPLETE aoii WELL ASSORTED 

STOCK OK aROCEHlKS, 
WINEH, LIQUORS, SE«ARS, Ac, &c. 



.0 wbiPh we would luvite Uie HUmiion ol ..ur Irifcuda 

aod ih«- piibrtc gent rally, iriiBilug thsti ihr* h.nr 

ealaOIUbea alaiidutx nud rt^putanou ol 

uitr houae will beaaiimcieDi 

E mraaty ol 



FAIR AND UONORABLE DEALING, 



an wlik the coovlettou m Mured and coudruied by louv 
eipt-rlruc^, lUal iliu ii iie lulrreau ol baver aud »*l ' 
ler nre heal promou-d lu lUia direcilju. wf uni 
pose meetiai; <mr friendH upon » 



Cash Hasis 1 



*'^ftdeut that oiir faeU ties wUl eoalle us l<. meet Ibe 
Tlewai>rcloviaal dl«crliulii»Unpt l«oy«'ra. 



in tbe deparlaeuta or UlyuORS and.8KUAKS,) our 
Bttick la Urge aud romp. ale, embracluj/ cbuice br;\iida 
couBurd excliiglvely to lur hous«, aud to which we c.u- 
^lenily InTlte the atientlim of ih<>ae lulerealed. aud 
KwiiiiugaB InapeeUon ofour atoefc and prieea, remain 
Very r> a •cilully, 

"-'^'^t • COOLKV, luWKKA CU. 

UUUARS— .50 UHDS PRIME POR^ 

Kj 10 Kico aud N. o.— Jj bbU crtiahed, powdered and 
cjBe«-iu aiure, aud t« urrlve.foi bale ai lowrni market 



TEAS— 50 i^ t:UESTS4c CADDIES. 

X Imp., O. i*.. ¥, U., Ooloug, ke. Fre&b aud priji.e. 
t-'OOLKT, TUWKKA CO 

I ^OJ;!- EE—loO J3 AGS RIO— PRIME— 

V-/ M do I*<[uayra do 

10 pockeia Uoeha^rerr choice. 
COOLKY, TOWKR k OO. 



]iAlSlNS-150 BOXES-LAYERS, 

.a.1/ Jl. a.'i, wholea, bt.lvea aud qiiarfvrc. 



qiiarfitrc. 
CUOUtV. TUWSa A CO. 



GTAR CANDLR8— 100 BOXES BEST 

KJ .St. I.,, Ills braada. 5j i^ »ud '^ du. 



Th« pureal aud beM.lK)iior<< for mediclDal uae la Ibe 
aiatf of Mtaa a e u U. pat up b^ K. W. l.ev>i>. lu peraou, 
trum llquoralaeaslta, direct btim tb« Cu»>>>m Hnreaii M. 
Y., below euai. 

rRKNc'U BRAM>V— quart boUleii-«»e 

ST. (;B0IX au«'-i>ur«— «ur per bottle 

BltLLAMi lilM do 35c du 

HADERIA Wimc dn 2u yern old, iMc per boule. 

P(.)K1 WlAK— (imcmi 60c, Tiic auJ s^c perboMle. 

SIIICKKV WiNK-tilOrtuua ^MperbotUa. 

UtCin^Uk ('HAMfAlONK-WarranttMl fMUue— 

$1 tu oKT quart bottle. 
LOMM>N HROWKUTUUT— iMylatboUe. 



A lotofVaiuta. rolora, 
coal, aa lor loalauce 



Ae.. will be aold below 



WUITE LKAT) Beat branda, 6e per B» erW per luu »• 
MKW J k:K.SEV ZiNt: -Hetter than tbe Pr%.Drfa -Or par 

lb iir $>: prr UW 
MTT.sbl K«i ui.A.SS-»Alb. »2 75; 9A13. »2.3U ; UiAife, 

tS ; 7*». $1 a>J. 
OKMaK VAitMMll lai uualitf-|2 3Uper zalloo 
rUKNlTLRK VAHNlsn Wo. 2 »l 5 p«r Jallou 
Pai NT Oil.— A new article, coiXmibiuc Uauzole. Kt^aat 

lu lioilfd l.iuaeed uil (i>r drylu^ purpiaea- ;,« 

per gaUiNi. 



Ibe peopl«- cau bru>K In their prearrlptiona and bive 
tbeiB put up by 

iUI.iUd WEML 
a Ural claaa praaciiuUuutat. Ujiu tbe beat Uruca and 
MwJiciu^a.lor ONE UAl.F the money th* y can get tbi'm 
for Ki aty utbir ator*. 

NHWddO, I.O.JWUOO, FU.ST'C-6c. ..;.p«r Jb 
o.. ^••i'^Ali TARTAR pure-*;. eeoUu,irBu 
i'kAKl. UARLk;\, .SAuo aud OATMkALr- lo.- pel «• 

liair, C\u\h, lUi, Kail, aud Tooth Kruaheo U>loiEi>tw 
ferfum' s, aud roaraettea. Oouiba, and all aiioh »(.^..;s 
a» arc usually keiu b> l>i uK«iai», gonjj.' beluw c >t 

November £Sd, ii>61. 

U. UKAiiTl.KWlt>. 



nr>v24 



Aaoiifupc 



Lj'ORCOLI) WEATHER. 

ladies' PUR LIMED CVESSHOKfi 

liadiea' t'lotb-ltned RQt>h«*r Overs 
L.AII1KS' BUrrAI.u 
OKN r.S* BUFFALO 
iiOoU'tnoth liued Rubber 
LADIUS' liAlJMOEAI. CONUKEtlB 
QAirERK, 
KXTRA DOUliUE SOI.K 

MISSE.«? UAI.lfORAI. BUOTSJ 
UIIiLIIRlCN't< BALMORAL tfOOlti 

At KXLhATKlckU 

nor23 



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E C O N D 



iVlinne.sota 



O O M 1» A N V 



or 



Sharii«hoot«rA 
FOB 

eoL, BKRDAN'8tX)RF8 ok UNITED ST ATiiW 

SHARPHHOOTEliS. 



C'OOLKY. TOWKR * OO. 



1>OBACCO-100 BOXES-MOSTLY 

X uur own braada— aiaorted qualities 

COOLBY. TOWKR 4 CO- 



SJEGARS-1J>0 .M. IMPORTED AND 

KJ l>OMK.<TU'-lucliiaiug aoiuc choi.i- Ijranda which 



we oan recommeud 



COOLKY. TOWEK k CO. 



UAliTFOUD 
i?^ire liisuiancc '.'onip'v 

OK HAUTiJ^KU. CONN. 

CAP'TAL ANIi SURI'I.US. OVKR »W0.1Ma 

INCUKi'OUATKD IN 1810. 
T. v.. AM.VN, .^ec'v U llUNTINtlTON, I'rcb'i 

The bumnear i ihix tVimpaiiy has l>een carried on 
aiiflcessfully lor OVKR UAl.K A fKNTUKV. 

Devoted eiiclu>ive.> ... Kin» luaurauce, and riempi 
from the dlAastei.. Kill un-lortunea too ofleji attendliu- 
a .Marino bxslu.HH i..« II AlilORl), with lucr«ai.edcK|' 
llHl aud resource.. s.mUuuea toalkird ludewuity at(alual 
losKiir damaye In n-. u buildin>;8, merchaudl^. an.l 
other pn.p.Tl> (J. w. ARMSTRoNli. 

uiy II Jl) oiBce \a Mackubtu'H ISiiildiuK. •'•1 "i. 







YSTEiiS AND SARDINES — 50 

cabes aworied -best bniiida. 

COOLnY. TOWKR k CO. 



OLD BOURON & RYE WHISKIES- 
We have a lew bbU lu store— very old and bne 



eryold andbne. 
COOLKT. TOWtK 4 CO. 



The, Heeretary of War lately aiithorUed Col U Her 

Mu Uj lua.ler au.i organize nil ilje go..u mai kuwru lu 
the loyal Huiea that ofler IheutaelTea. and ike under 
»u:ue.l wa.i .'.riaiiedrrom tJeu. McClellan'a Bod> wuhiu 
aud eommlBsuned under antkont> f.tiiu the Kecretar> 
ol War -u cur.,! lb.- ^ood ru;r &hoUi u. Miuneaots »bf. 
pre er lo enter this branch of tbe uatloual aervtce 

Tte tirsi couipauy ol hharpabt^jlera irom »lit,lie!.r.ia 
auder Ckpl Pet«.er. la now io the Camp ol Inatnicuau 
a; Waaliiauwu. Tbe ee<-oud Compau) will be ma. . [..-J 
there aa aoon aa luu men are enroUed, where tkey will 
be cloiheJ, armed aud raruubed with tbe beat camp 
aud garnaon equipment. 

Ah able bodied men uaed lo the rlUe.or having a go^ d 
eiperieuce, who deatre to join ihu branch or the army 
will be tested at St. Faul . <«- a^.l able bodied meu wbj 
bring a certihoate fiom a J uatlce of the l-eace, or olhe- 
Couaty ofliclal, that they have made a at Ing ol W incbea 
in lu eouaecullve ahou, at 2t,v yards with globe or M* 
BCpic atghu, trom a reat ; or tVe aame atiing at ]■» 
J ar.U, with common open aighia, fn>m a reat, will be 
mustered luto the pa^ auJ aervlce of tbe United Slate 
and furuished suhaiaieuce and. comiSortable quariera ai 
bt. Paul, a« sooD aa Uiey preaeul them*e!Tea Kipmae, 
ol travel from a distance lo bt. Paul refunded ai the 
raieofcurreni suge tare, proper voucbets belUK pro 

ray— $13 00 per month, and »I00 00 bounty aud ail 
other beneUta given Toluuieers under the aeteral acta 
of Cougreaa. 

The arm selected by Col. Uerdau afier various testa 
and experimeuts u hHAKP'S IS5PKOVH) b.HEKCH 
LOAUlNi. KIFLh., cast steel barrel, I'ATCHRO KAI.l. 
double triggers, Ac , which is uronoiiacod to be greatly 
superior to au> other gun for iLu branch o! the -ervke 
audol which Uie goTerument haa ordered tbe mauufac- 
turr ^[ i»rge qu&n'.uica eipretaly lor Berdana lori • 
Howerer each man is at libe rly to bring any favorite 
w«|apou he u.eaiH-B. 

Kor inrlher lutormation apply peraonally or by letter 
W CAP! W. K. Rl>.SEl.l.. 



uo\13-dlmo 



Reerolting ofttcer, 
American Uoaae.Sl, laiil. 



BRANDIES-A FULL LINE— IN- 
cluding hure Kreuch, Apple, Peach, Cherry, Gin- 
ger,-' A ^»elgDetle," Domestic. Ac., As. 

COOLKY, TOWKK A CO. 



HOLLAND UlN— WARRANTED 
choice and pure. 

CUOLKY TOWKR A CC. 



vv 



,MNES-VERY FINE OLD PORT, 

Maderia, Cbampsgue, Ac.. Ac. 

COOLKY. ToWKK A Co. 



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J. -^ 

Kamilv Grro curies 



L I C H T E R 

DKtLklK IN 



AM* 



/niRRKNCY AND 

QUOTATIONS 

THOMPSON, 



EXCILWCiE 
OF 

HK05S., 



Ha 



ri k e 1* 



i^Koviisioisrs. 



AilKNrv oK 



IliK CRLRHKATKII ItL'NUAS MILL 
M.OLR 



CORNER ;ih AN1>JA(K80N STREET, 

Opposite International Hotel. 

OOODl* DEI.IVKRKOrKKKur CHAROK.TO ANY 
1-AKT oK TUE CITY. 



rj[\ BOXES CHOICE HAMBURGH 

«/\/ «'he«Mie, lor aale c leap by J B Sl.K'Hl KK, 



('•jriier rili and Jackaon. 



LAND 



DKALERS IN EXCHAW(iK, 

WARRANTS, Ac. 

B A N K A K I. R FUNDS. 

New York. New Euglaud. 

'Jhie, MIehlKan. 

ludiana, NVw lersey 

'-'»•■«■ Fbllailelphbi, 

Wiuon* I ..iiiii, MHDk, PitiBt.iir<h 

Kamaey Oo. Ka.'oraed .Scrip. P«<jpies' Usuk. 
U. .-. OemaU'l Notes. city ot St "aul Scilp, 
United St Hlea C per rent. 2 yrs. Note*. 

KXrilANOK RATRH. 

, , „ Premium. 

KaiikBlil.> Fiiuila ,, IK. 

Oluo, lu l«na, Iowa... ..I!.!!i' 

New Voik aud New England » 

Am. (loll ^ '^ 

Uiilte.1 «latea Treaaury 7 5-10 Hoit*. .-,'.'-'.'..'...... ,% 

Hiibscnptioi srucaivedat uur otUae \^r the Natioual 

•.■lan.beArluB 7 r- IU intereat, or one cent, per day on 

each 5ii dollar u/te, by appoinlmeut of the Serrelary of 

tne Treasury. / 

November UU&l. iMV7-4 



V;WEET AND PURE OHIO CIDER 

KJ Just received and lor aale by the barrel aud ga: 



lu a; 



hLU;llTER■.^, 
Cemer 7ih aod Jarkaou 



F 



I F T H REGIMENT 



IRI8U riCLLOWOOUNTRVMEN, TO ARMS I 

Now la the time to Btaud by tbe "Sura and Stripee" 
and heip to preserve the Ui.lon : Every IcyaJ .»tati- Las 
sent lorih an'Iriah ReRiBaenl— shall MaaeaoU akwe be 
au eiL'.-,.iloB Fi>r ibe honor ot our uaUTelaud aud by 
the ailegiauce due this, our adopted country tbe I otua 
of inlll.ous ol ihe Iriah people, let im muner luK. tbe 
Fifth RagimeDit and Ua?e lo oiar deaeaadaata lu Mtu 
n aota, a memory of which they will be proud 

Our fellow eitiieus ol every naUontltty. will gladly 
join, kuuw u.g wrll. Ibat ou the baulebeid, the '•Futh ' 
in conragr, a ul prove seer ud to uoue 

Let iia frateruiie with all who eder, aiwl endeavor to 
complete the Regiment to iu Bsaxiaiuia 

We cau aiS'i have a Catholic chaplain . aod with ao 
lavorable an upportualty, la there an triahman who can 
that will uoi vi.niu'.eer . 

Cioihlng will be distributed aatf pay catnmeuc«4 oa 
bring hworu in. $.i;i to $20 per mouth, with the .<m..W 
alloiniH tol 26 t« 40 ceuia par day. when employed on 
eztra w.jrk I aui uow rainng an IRISH COMl'ANY 
and Invite thoae wiahlng to euiwt, and who uke a »riJ« 
lu aiicb au orcauizaUoQ. to aign tbe roll wiui 

^ ., »•»* H\\.\., 

ai Uoriip A t hamp lu's Uevt-e, M i'aul 
Or write to my addreaa, PETER 0'«K>NNCR 

IM»£> d;{wAw4w 81. AMlMi«y 

Dou't delay, boya. tbe Comp iny will aoen be lull. 



1?OK UFNT^-A FINE TWO STORY 
nWKLMNii. 
tSltuaie near Uoveruer Ramsey's^ 
ConUUiiugel*; hi rooms- with all Decenary out bull - 
lugs good aUble good well water. 



Apuly to 
iibvi 



Si d?w 



PENNOOK PDSKY. 
J.O A. WARI>. 




*\(\ BARRELS t)F THE BEST ANTL 

tj\J eiuK«ive, Biraw colored Carbon Oil, atCOMPK 
TION PRICR.^. by tbe barrel aud gallon, at 



u<iv;2i-:imou 



SLl'UTER':! 



»VllOI,K.SAl.K DKALKRH IN 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 



Qr: AAA CIGARS, COMPRISING 

^k9»\J\J\J all be choice and lavorlte brandH 

Ala.., a !iue lot ol pure Turkish .Smoking, aud luie cut 
'hewing lobacco-tbe HKsT In the City- for salrat 
• iii-e» In mm the iimea, st SL1*,UTKR'8. 

Opp<«ite the luteruaUoual i.ol.-l. 



FRESH OY8TKR8 RECKIVED 
daUy by Kxpreae Miiltbj '» celebrated IVarl Oyg 
ters, lor sale by the case or cau, al ihe lowest raios, 

iTS. 



at 



SLICHTKR^ 



ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP, 
a larK.- l..t ol Fr.;»li C»u, aud Preserved Fru.ta 



30 



ULICHTKR H. 

TUNS OF BRAN ON HAND 

an! fer aale at Mill pricea, by J. B Sl.H HTKK 



TF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A 

X supply ul Family Uroceriea, call at the curuer ol 7th 
aud Jacki'on streets whni-e you will Hud the BEST SK 
I.KCTKD stock U Family <i 



Family 
where your wautn will be 
times. 



ocerlea in the city, and 
supplied at pr.ces to ault ibe 
uuv21 



l»R. T. !►. SiMONrt»\' 
DKNTIST. 

IngerAoll's Blork, Bridge Square, St. Paul 
TKKTll lu«ert.--l tu ibe beat manner on tiold, Silcar. 
or VuLCAMiTB. All operatious warrauted. 
tlall aiKl a«M9 speeimeiiaur the VuLtaaiTi work 
oa*-ly 

JJO MORE BU)OD TO BE SHED. 

r K O t; L A M A T I O N. 

I l»roelaim to the People ol MlcneKiU that I now ha.e 
on baud tbe largeist aud moat complete -Slock ul 

Kretjh Crrooeries Ac HroviaionH, 

EVER BROUUHT To TMI8 CITV. 

1 havH in at.o-e 
100 HARRKIj^ OF SPLENDID WINTER APPI.E.S 

I alsobav«r.-celreda lew barrel* .rf apleadld Obto 
« Ider wbi.L willbr .,11 by ihr barrel, or In sffihilar 
quaiilllit-s 

I'ariirular att.-uti,.u Is . ailed to my Isrge Block oT 
GKNUINK HAVANA ClOASfi 

I have also received a large lot ut 
KPLKNDin IIAMHUIOI A.vn WE:jTEEN RE.SBKVI£ 
CHEB8K. 

Allol which Healers are tusiied lo call aa4 eukmlne— 
botii quality aud price before purchaalng 
°'^'-«^' " B. PREijLK Y 



u 



EORGE BENZ. 



<;oR««H Of K*ST Watcr 4- Horraio Sta. 



raoa. r^oc, 

A. p. OI.AKKB. 



w„,xr „*^KE, WIS. 

MIWAU yspm? 



INEGAR MANUFAiTTORY.— BY 

W. WKIS. Wa8b:uct>i> street Uppor IrfiVee. Kt 

'ully inform 
»r WorkKlu 



Paul, lb iukfiil lor paat lavurs, I reapectfull 
the piilfllc, Ifaat 1 bave eularged luy Ylnegai ' 
uiy uen Hloue buiidiug.io auch an extent, that I am ab.<- 
loKupply the people of If inaesota vrllh the oel brated 
pure, premium Vluegar, Kiugle aud double a'rength. 
for Si. Louis prices. 1 hla Viue^ar la excellent for pre 
aerviuK piekles. Thia Vinegar haa t>«eu t.-8ted and an- 
alyird, and i« r<>commended by l»r I>. U. Retd, prac 
tiiral Ciieiuiat ■ f this city, uiivl^ dly 



/JARBON OIL, 

FROM (^UEEN CITY OIL REFINERY 

BufTalo, N. Y. 

WARRA»:TBD TO BR the BR8T IN THE MARKET 

M BARRK1..S ON HAND AND FOR SALE 
ALSO lu BARRELS NAPTHA. 
Will be aoid at a low fig ire- 

«r ..3 ^. '*•'*• BATON. Arnut, 

nov2Cd8wA4w Merehanfa llot.-i huiiding. 



IMPORTER OP AND DEALER IN RUENIflM 
HLNOARIAN KKKNCU AND CATAWb" 

W INKS, 
Champagne Uqoora, I'lrara, Hwlaa and Uaburg 
_^ ^ c, erse. Wboleaalf and Retail. 

Third St., bet. Waahluguiu aud Ka'ketatreeU. SL raui, 

Hfcsjiist recelv.-d a»l.« k ..1 j-i.r.- HiiuKanau Wiuesof 
the lollowiug brau ia . 

Egr) Hup.i.ar, viuta«p ul MAX . udal, 1906. Peatl 
-l&i , Villaat, ISM , Tok%{ Maslaa, 1;3«, which he uSera 
at very small pruiiii'. All lie ab.>ve Wluea are war 
ranted geumue. Bovlt-dly 



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RAYED 



Fn>m the .aiibsciiber about the fira' oi November, a 
deep red Heller, one ai.d a half yeara ol age, the letter 
"V." braiiilc'l ou betb bii>s. 

A tlii'eral reward wiMbe p%td lor au) lofurrnktloD. or 
ibedaliveryef her . - CUAH. ooui.TER. 

<lec3-d3t Ou Jackcou arreet-te 



CENTS IN GCH..D OR FOUR CTS. 

in Tinware paid lor good (;OTToN R A<iS. 
(iold and Kilver pakl l»r good Raga, Muolleu and 
Cotlou , rasli paid lor Copper, Brass, old Ca«t Irwii, of 
a;i kinds, old Stoves and Stove Pipe, old Lead aud .^luo, 
aod old Oi.ld aud Silver. 

STENCIL CUTT1^^1, OF AM. KINDS, 
At the Tin aud Copier Sore Robert street. \ETAL 
OIERIN'R, atone bkMk. between .'M and «Ui street 
where you cau purchase new aud aeroui baud ware 
cheap tor caab or barter. 
Kl. Paul. May 'iX, lS61.-lr 



r\ S. A JOS. H. S T O 11 B 8, 

No. 177G KAJST JACiiSON STREET. 

BetvMB ruth aad giith, 

FVaotical Copper Hnc\ith«, I^lnml>- 
ers •& Sheet Iron \\'ork«rw; 

And Manulaoturera ni Copper K rules, Copper SUll^ 

Veaat KetUea, Teast Jugs, IJquor Pumps, 

Ijft %ad rarer Pump. Soda FeaaUlu 

aud Ueur:ralor«. 

A^Particular alteuUoo paid to Steamb<«t. DiatUlery. 

Mill aud Plumbing Work In all IU Brauebea. ^augl dl> 



w 



ANTED- A SnUATKlN, BY A 

Yanug Man, who u a praciirat Rookkerper. and 
IMM ueeu lb basiueaa live <eaia. 
Address f) J Pli;neer Oillre teW 



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THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT, SAINT PAUU THURSDAY. DECEMBER 



5. 18G1 



g^ 8. E A T O N, 



'KW.VKAL INHLV ^(JOK A CoLI-KCTINU AUWIT, 
Sr xOl., MI^NNKSOTA, 
mmmmrtrnm r . ruLi^>viaw riiwT-<u.*M l«aDR.AilOB 
coMrAmn : 

MANHATTAN 

flHK INSURANCK COMPANY, 

MEW rouK. 

l>»h CAPITAL AWlHUKfl.US t«X) UOO 

IIUMBOLUT 

rIKK INMUBANUK COMPANY 
OF NEW YORK CITY. 

ASH CAPITAL AMD ■«UilPLUH tStfUoj 

ARCTIC 

c«ltiK l?<f8URANCE COMPANY, 

NJfiW YORK. 

A.^U CA< UAL AND 8UKPLC8 »2WI IMO 

CITY 

IRK iNWURANOK COMPANY- 
b ART FORD, CONNECTICUT. 

A>M «!A»-lTAl.AKr*8UftPLUH »3S6 OO 

CJONNKCTICUT 

ARK INHURANCK COMPANY 
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 

AUfc CAPITAL A.MOgUHrLUS fSiS.OOO 

N ORTIl- W KSTERN 

rltiHA MAKINK INS. COMPANY 
CITY OP OBWEliO, N.Y. 

t •■ "APITAI, AND SURPi.KS $i17.25« 

INi*w Knglau** Mutual 

•IKK INSURANT COMPY. 

ROBTON, MAStlACUJhETTb. 

»«ji.o*ici.A fkM KINO •i,/w.;n 24 

Aill^».diukua»tic„rfly luvenir ' WiU iu»ur« *i. »4ndi. 

""ri *"'****'»'*^* •"«»•""'> » w«»i.Aa»,»uj to th«« 

Al*. laUu.l NurlKfcUon, nio rrkuai«<>r(aUuo t:arKt< 
a: I Uammm kua*,nhiy >Jjii«tc d and paid ■iuIm 

ijONT'NKN TAI. 1N;5UKAN(;K txT. 
NEW YORK. 

M.i'«l «ll|t»l.l la aud »arur«ly tuvMiteii) 

v«mmj>. J'lijr Ui, ia£() 

.•^im.ia 



KAIL K0AD8. 



SUMMEl. ARRANGEMENT. 
1861. ' ~ 



CHlCAiiO, 
8T. LOUIS. 



TC 



NEW YOBV^ 



IWtil. 



BOSTON, 
»«•«' ORLEANS, 



CAIRO, 
▼lA 

Illinois Cential 

AMD 

(JALKNA ft 0. U. RAILROADS 

TKAiWB LKAVI OCMLDTH. 



J(JUIUAOO BREWERY. 
I^ILL & DIVERSYi 

BB£WEB8 OP 

Liill's Stock, 

AMD 

<'RKAM PALE ALEJ 

L-AUER BKER, 
t'ORlKR ASD BROWN SlUL'l, 

FUR SALE BY 



HAT tIPRKSR. : AM 



NIUHT KIPREfijj, J:3y 
P' M , Hatuidata ex 
eept«d. 



1 ArrtilD. u CaicMTo w 6.14 P 

|M Pulton »i X30 F Mi 

I Burlington, at T.Ju P M , 

Wmac>.i(i6P M at Loui.. 

S r M , tiUro, lo.4i A M 

MempW, 3» huuri . New 

OrJtsiiiB 66 hoiirg , M«w 

»urk, 6;! Uour« . BuaUiO ft; 

, huurit 

1 ArrivW w Chicago, ft.tf A 
M . Puijon. ai a.U6 A 
M ; Bouk laiand, 6AM 
BurUngl->o, 6.3o A M , Oum- 
c>, 9 A M . Ml l*,ui , liXt I' 
M , Cairo, iu.46 P M Mem 
phUi,;ts houra ; New OrloMia 
b& huura , New Turk 61 
kuiira , BoMOii . 63 bour*, 



FORWAKDLNG. 



L 



. 



a«til7-dlT 



WM. CON ST A \S, 

AUFWT. ST. PAnt.. 



JACOB NEWMAN, 
Merchant Tailor, 

(^vvflua Mill 

^***Tl7P^Di^oS. ^^'' **='l^ .SKLKCTKl) hTOi:K 

TlIK BEST EVKk hBoCUUT TO THIS 

MAHKKT, AI A VKRV LOW PRiT" 



CLOTH, 



WtM>le«ala and BelAil Dealen la 
rASSIMBRB, 



MS) 

f»^.Alt 

UMOBUk: T HOPE, Prrsid^iil 
H ' .'«iir«cr, S<>«retary. 

»ku *'ai:«, AiaiBiaut Secretary. 

' *.11V I'lRt; INS. COMP'Y. 

NEW YORK. 



.SAuu.uuu 



•intiiia. Juijrui. isiit) 



••"""'«» U.AW) 

JOMKl'H WAl.KKB, Prr.id.-nl. 
rilOS. W. IIIHUHALL. VM.-e Prea'l 
L. llaTOoga, HrrrrUry. 

VIAlikET t'lRK INSURANCE CO. 
NEW YORK. 



. llA. 



rf tM, 1:«1. 



>«)U,WW UU 

.... M,(W3 .it 



tiPKCJAL NOTICE. 

PMa«uger» leaving .Si Paul on the Moruiug B,.at 

OBTAIN A UOOI) NIiiHT'8 BEST. 

Aud arrive at nuuWth. lo conuert with KvenlDR Train 

for all pfrfnta. Soalh and Eaal. 
Paaaeu^era learliiit by Allemoon Boat connect with the 
MornlDK Tralaa Irom Iinnleith. 
«^Si(.f.,,iug «'ara atiacUed to all Klght Trains. 
BsgicaK" checked u» all Importani poloU. 
» or through Tieketa and inlormailon apply at the oQlre 
of Ihe t.'ompauy, on Jackaua MreM near Levee, 

8. B. POKBE8, Agent, Ht. Pan I. 
W. B. ARTHUR, 0»n'l Suo't, ChlcaKo 
W. P. JOHNSON. Uru'l Paitteuger Agent, t;klca«o". 

L. B. JkC. UBKiO. 
*"** Preight Ageula. Su Paul. 



^EAOt-MADE CLOThYnu.'a^c!""""'^ **^^"^ 
CloUiiug made aitoe aborleal uo'ilc« (,„*^**^* 



gPLENDII) STOCK OF 

CLOTHlNGh. 

At TEMPLK'S, CATHOLIC BLOCK THIRD ST 
coai.deTJtroirr'^ ,U,hay KO.K1 H-.^^dl" r^^H^Hll 
"•«*"**"' *""''l J" well to Kiv,. usaca'l. 



B. & u. O R E 1 O, 

LOWER tJiVEB. ST. PAUL, 

Btorage. yor-warding, and 

COMMlSrilON MERCHANTS, 

WU -LESAl-K DEALERS IN (IROfKRiKM 
PROVISIONS, GRAIN, Ac. Ac , 
Aurniii lor Ike Port Bjron Extra White Lime 
Alau. Agcntafor the 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL BALLiiOAU. 
And the 
URAND TRINK RAILWAV CO. OP CANADA. 
loDtracta for iranaporiaiiou between .SL Paul. Boatou 
Nrw Knglstd, Montreal, New Vork aad all point* Eaat 
made upon the ioweat and moat lavorable t«-rma ' 

Mark i'lu-kages " l.'»r« of L. H. A V. lireu; " 
l'aj>».-ug.-r lickeut vl» Kallruad and Ocean Stt-amera 
w auu irom aU paria ul 

UBBAT BBITAUI AMD ltel.AND. - 

K.ir I'arlicilnra apply al the Store 

1.. B.iiRKlU. Ue3Ui ■ «_;UAS. OBBIO, 



BA^K KOTIOKS. 



/A 



OVER 




I 8 EI 



i; S. ElKiEHTON, 

Banker, 



* B E A CJ P R E 



TEMPLE 

b T O R A O E , 
ForwardinK and CommiBSion 
AMD 

VVHOLKSAL.E tiRoCF.RH. 

LOWER LEVEK, St. Paul Minn. 

AwENT.s for LaUln, Smith A Boles' Qua Powder 
Ai(rut» Mr the L'uit.'d suieg Dispatch. marl6-17 



ruE»uoAic BMar. 



|> O R U P 



& 



026 



WM. H T.'CMPI.E. 



1^^ A L r E u w. W E a Bi 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

I^'oreisn Wines. Brandies and 
Gin, 

LONDON i'ORTER, S(^OTCH ALK AND 
SCOTCH WHISKEY. 

*''>',*>. O I' I) BOCRHON AND UVK WHIVkV 

LONOWOHTir.-! .STI1,1, ('ATAWMA W t V i.' 
rMAMPA(iNE«-t-k:LEBRATKD''''BRlJJ^,',.5.^\l^ 



ttiiatiHa. 



»MMt>? SI 
»8,6ir7 M 

ASHEB TATLOK. PrealJeul. 
•U*'f F. PBaBiiAH,Sear«tar>, my3U 

itr-< uiirthaof IheaetproQiot <be boaloessof heae 
.••apanina arr divided annualfy to holde,a ol theli pull 
^.1 crip beariuK Intereat. 

JOHN .S. PBIMCB. Agent. 
St. Paul. 



di>t6 



%a4 dtT 



1^1 VER POOL AND LONDON 

tflUK ANL> LIFK 
tUHur anoe Com pany. 

CAPITAL AND BE8BBTBD FUND, OVER 

fO.OUU.UUU. 

^Oa.-^ES FAID PiiOilPILY AT FIUU 

WITBOIJT BIXTlf U*TS' aOTItk 

•IPE INSURANCE EPFKrrEU ON LIBKRaI. 
TERMH. 

•Itclea aaalguable by eudor».uieut without permiaaloo 
,. . , ^ ol the t'uidpauk'. 

bareb-ddera peraoually re«pou»it)ia lor euKagement 
of the C<na pan y . 
JAMES BROWN. Esq., 
KRANCISltn-riiNkr. Eaq 
HENRY ORINNEI.L. fc«i 



For the Kast. 
IHOI. ^— isGl. 

MU,WAUKfiE AND PRAIRIE DV CHIKN 
RAILWAY. 

PQRMRRI.Y MILWAUKEE AND M. R.R. 
THBoOiiJj tOMIlWADAM A«B0HUABO, WITBOOT CH4I.01 

or CAU. 



TUB PA88BMOKB PACKETS 



MILWAUKEE. 

ITASOA 
NORTHERN LIUUT. and 



KEY CITY 



WAR EAOI.E. 
Win ruu Ihli Season between 

BT. PAUL AMD PRAIRIR DU CHI KM, 

U-arlng dally at a a M . 

Making anally Hue aud rallaola connection with the 

Milwaukee & l-»rairie «.lu Chion 

RailroatL 

rOR MTLWAUKKR AND CHIt AilU. 



ALPRRO PKLL, Kau 
AI.KKANUEK llA.Mll,TON, Jr 
k. W. AftCU;BALl>. Kwq 



Aud -b^ra, Ulrecior»aDd.shir"eUoider*.New York. 

BBFKRBMCKS IN NEW YOBK. 

Duncan, Sherman A Co 
Alex T. ."ttewari A Ca, 
(irlanell, Mlnturn A tUi. 
R. L. A A. Stewart. 
• :. W. A J. T. M.wre4 Co.. 
1>. Appleiou A <V 



aepZi 



THOMPSON, BROTUEK8. 
A g.iuUlorS t. Paul a d vlelully. 



J^TNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 
*AMtrs JANUARY I, iMi fJi.^Gs.iia aa. 

rlKK AKU 

INLAND NAVICATION 

iN8UhANCE. 
iirtio©. JNo. ti, Rogers* Block, 

SAINT PAUL, MINNE.SOTA. 
- T'^-^'y M. MOBLEY. Agent. 

JIHIENIX INSURACE COMPANY. 

HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT. 

^ rs JANUARY 1. isci »«0U.00O. 

l^'IUh] INSXJRANCIC 

'taeo H ,.t Rogera' Block. 8L Paul. 

M. MOBLEY. Agent. 



\ 



ieU--ly 

♦ »•• K 1 N S U R A N C K 
NEW YORK 
• it© Insurance Company, 

NEW *OKIt OITY. 
. !.IY PKEKMAM. MORRIS KRANKLIN. 

*«'""'• Prealde.t. 

-lalHvueorthe beat Life U*urauce«'omt.anlealathe 
"Hod Htatea. 
'' .'«etea uay b« obtained or 

»i»-4»y 



TUESE BOATS HAVE BEEN REFITTED. 
And euel all others ou the Upper Miaaiasl»>pi loi 
CO.WISNIEMCE, 

8PBBD, 

AND COMFORT. 
They will NOT receive or dell»er Freight at the La 
«'r«««e Depot, thereby airoidiug delay. 

Paaaeugers by lakiug thia line ol Boala, leave Si 
I'aiii lu the moruiug, paaa l.a t'roaae 

BETWEEN li AND 3 AT NUIHT, 

AND 
AKRIVK AT PRAIRIE DU ClIIkN NEXT 
AFTERNOON, 
(lirlng the Passengers 

A FULL NIUHT'S REST, 

and Breatlaat on the Boatg. 
Paaaeugera by thia Route avuld the chauxe iruia Boat 
to »:ara, and Oara to Boat at 

MDNIUUT. 

Paatengers (or Chicago by thia Route 

AVOID THE OMNIBUS RIDE OF OVKR A MILE 

AT MILWAUKEE. 
And are taken irom Prairie du tJhIeu lo Chicago or 
MUwuukee. 
WITHOUT tniANOK OF CARS OR BAOUAilE. 
Arriving In Chicago at 5:2U A Mtfnaking direct cou 
uecUon w iib the morning expreaa iraina 
for the Eaaiaud South, 
B»l!g4ge will be checked IhrougU U) all poinu Eaat 
aud South, ibua avoiding all trouble to paaaeugera 
No omiiibiis chargea lu Chicago. 
Superior Patent Sleeping cars ou all night trains. 
The time by this lavorlte route ia alwaya aa quick aud 
the fare wlU be aJwaya aa low aa by any other route". 
Be aure lo aak for TickeU via Prairie du Chleu. 
Passengers lor Milwaukee make .Urecl connections 
with the 



p I O N K i; K AN J ► i> KM O C R A T 

STKAM 
Job Ir^rintinsc Ofiicc, 

(OR. 01 THIRD AND CEDAR STREETS, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA 

Having made extensive sddittooser new foDtaoflbe 
lalemslytes of Type, and baviut pnrcbaae.l a larg.' 
»t.*k„frarda.at very low prices, we are e..^bled to 
pnnl Buaiuesa Card* at l.iwei r.stea lha„ »„. other 
olliop lu the North-Wesl. 

We liave alao added euUrw new FonU oi Type lor 

BOOKS, PAMl>liLETS, CiRCULARH, Ac, 

And with the aid of our 

FOUR STEAM MACHINES, 

We are enabled to perform all deac, iptioaa of Book aud 

Pamphlet IVlntlnr. w th nPHtnesH and pe»patcb 

Hand li.ila.Po4iera,i;ircalar., Show Cards, 

Bill Heads. Ac. Ac, 

In Kvery Variety of Style. 

15 ALL INVITATIONS AND PROGRAMMES, 
Kleganily executed oa Fancy Paper or (^ArOa. i>i 
Uold, «\jlored or Plain. 

PIONKBR PRINTING COMPANY 



s. B. OsAvrLiN. 

C H A M P LI N, 

VVliolusale Cirocers, 

.STORAGE. KORWARDINU AND COMMIS.SION^^ 

V\e keep the larxeatsujck ot Grooenea lu .<i. Paul. 
md loitfltry Merulmula will kud it t« their U^lereat 
L'lve III a eall belore purcbaaiug elsewhere 
BOlJt AGHT!] rOR 

Pill a Thraaher uud Separator ol Chicago 

Aalral Oil Compauy. of PilUbuigh, 

1 Utter t .><e<-ombe'8 Paper Mllla, oT MluneapoliB 

.\firloerij Line ol Sl»jtuj.Tft lo SI 1 „ 

IKiinibul A.Si. Jonepb Kiiiiroad 

Milwaak^.4 Prairi«4J l*i«n itaiiraad. .^jajli diy 

^ M. CO N S T A N S 

tStora^e, li'orw^ardin^ 

AND 
Coinjuission Merchant, 

W n O LE8 A LE iJ R O (^ E R, 

AHB 

liFAI.EHIN SAI/I\ SAILS, PLASirU 
PAUIS, I h'Mh\\T. 

Aaaat roK 

Sloarns* Marvin's Safea. WilJer'n Patent. 
J M. Krunawick A Kro.. Marble Top Kllhard Tables, 
CIn.. Ohio. 

C. U. MeC'ormtek'a Reapiug and Mowing MiiHluih 
1M6<I. 

Lill A Diversy'a CbicaRo Cream Ale I 

Wi.rk Packages, 

?>"* «»re •♦ Was. CuKlana, St. Pat.!. 



AMD 

bAlNT PAUL. 
OoIlecUons Bade on all polnU In the Korth-West and 
remitted for leas current rale* of exchAMe and aetmal ex 
l>«aaeali>eurmd. i«t-4i7 

I^oTbaNKERS and CAPITA lTsJX 

The CowiuuMiooera of Auoka « oui.iy are d»«in>»ia ul 
borrowlaglrtMatUB toien U-ounaud dollara. u. enable 
*e« UI riuKl the eouBiy daU, the ICM to bS^Ucu^ b, 
i-oiuilj Booda, ruuning lor not lew lUau three voara in. 
ixreal ijayabk" acoii auuually. 

ParlTea w in Iuk lo Inveai in ilio«e aecuriliea. will aU- 
drctsa either of to* uudetajgued. ataUng wnellaL Um 
:ind lermi!, aud r v ery aAUalarWory llUonuUton Will b* 

JAK. «TARKKY,8t. Pm.I. 
.„.i« !•». -J ,J.'»- MI.ODUErt. 
angle d;tm «'o.imy Auditor. A n.jka. 

I> A R K E R 

BANKER AND BROKER. 
Bxehange bougbi and aold. 

tloUections made throughout the State. Inierestal- 
lowed ou ume depeaiU. niirn-Biai 

Land Wamnta bought and sold. laTcsiaieiiiitfnaAe 
aaduxea paid for non-reaidenu »"»i»rBi«««tA«' 
Oaeea««id stand. Bank Bow. 3d street, «t. Paul 



IT IS THE 



PAIN E 



JU 1 N N K 8 O T A 

Supreme Court Reports 

PUBLISHED Br AUTHOBITV OF LAW 



VOLUME 2, 

ooaTAikias taa uAiiBs ucoidko at tarn rakas or 
oouat iM 1M8. 



Ur VOU HAVE MEW iK>OD8 TO SELL, 

LE7 THE PEIfN.E KS'on IT. 



novlit-dlv 



THE 



NEW YORK TRIBUNE. 
NEW VOLUME. 

on ibe seventh of Beptemker, WCI. TUB NEW YORK 
W LEKl.V TRIMLNE commenced the iweulj lirai year 
of lis eil.itei.ce , TUB DAILY TBIBUKE b«iag some 
months older and ihe SKMI -WEEKLY TBIBUNK 
Boinewbal yoHugt-r. 

Kor more than twenty years, thia journ. ' baa labored 
in what Its conductors have fell lo be the cause ol bu 
mauiiy. jusuce and frrteUom. endeavo. iug to ameliii ale 
Ihe cuudiUou ul Oie o^.pr«»», d aud uul»rtiiuai#, lo 
boiior aud e..rouriigc uaitful ei, ri.,>u ,i. «li^ie\..r 
apbere, aud. to promote by all meann. ILe iuoi»l. .ul«l 
lecluAl and material advai.cemeat ol our country U 
b»H aimed to be r.^bl rather than p. .ular, and fo eat 
pouae auu commend lo^ay tUe truth that Jiber« mav 
uot be willihis' to accept uil tomorrow ^ 

le^'l^ti''-?.- 11'.'.'. -'■:.":■ '?''i'''^'V''*^ '• >''""'H«'''- "eeu 
IrO 1)1) 



ADVKKTJSE. 

aiL'r!l<l*T!r"freK'::i.Vk'l;l'tr' '"''"'r'?'' '^ '" 
f..r bargain, know u.. n^d": '•"''" »"'^'^'''' *""' ''*""•''« 

ADVERTISE. 



9J> SO. 



*M« PAOKS. PAIC& 

t>tU SALI BT. 
PIONEER PRINTINU COMPAN.V. 
RaiBt Paul 
WiU he lorvarded \>r MaU. post pUd, apoa ther«eeli i 
tA the priee. 



l^Mit^Sy**^'^^' C0URT.~8TATE OF 

A. . ^.''.^■^^J'-A. COLNTYOF BAMSKV-SS 



fo^'lh^?.^u1'/of K.l 'be t-^robaie CourrheW'ln and 
of the R.iaie'ot Praucis Bouthiler. de 



r^^^^r^lli^-iiL^ -f '<- K^Sjr. IWuthll, 



Id Ibe maif^r 
ceased. 







^^ii^:^^:^''^'::ii - :-;: Tr '-- -'« 



m^e.^audfauliaoommiiti)U : but. bavtuKin allthluii" 



luciied our readers LO think aud judge lor ihemaelv.M 
rni ..r ihan adopt blindly our own or oihe«' ^cl, 

toe credit Ol hawing quHlil.ed ii» readers to detect aud 
expo,.e even lis own errors. 

erlr fr^'^T ^'»',n»""l» "' "'e young by the mo«i gen- 
eral, ilioroutb jiud pracmal educaliou, iudlo encoSr- 



AI»VERTL<^ 

ttja..Hr.Ureiaiu ,.and aim »«ail«MA|.nrrh»,. 

adverti.sk. 



graDird. 
, J^t** ",,'" ""■"»*■•■ «>rvlered. that saMl peuuoner K.re i.. 

I ai.a Deu'.«rat, a newspaper pub.i.shedlu .Si » ..,.?^ 
I frkJOMi hi »a..! i!!»i '-' hea."n.g. 

J. F. HOVT 



<WK If f on 



uov2o dlw 



Judgeol rrol Air 



yo, r'b'*,^r:e^:Th'e"r*'r,Tr^°'-"'l *"* «« extend 

yuu may aerr^'til.^.i.dH^J'V'^.l'lf '•'"'•"• •7^"> »«bom 

lhel»rKe,l,«p„rler^,n New V^'jL^ ""^ '" ""'"'"' 



gT. PAUL OAS LIGHT CO. 

By a resolullou of the Board of Directors of the St, 
Paul Uas Light t;o.. adopted November ISlb, ISOl the 
price of Gas was reduced from aud after Nov lal, iVom 

$6 TO $a PER 1000 FEET. 
St. Paul, November ISth. 1861. 

JOUN A. PBCKUAM. 

Seereiarv. 



nov2U dlmo 



I C E 1 I C E I 1 1 C E 1 I 1 

S Y' M o .isr !> s 



CHAIiLKS 

y^e^'H''wtthalM'i^tb..',''* '" his fellow cltlzeua for ten 
..tTTH' all taltblulneas. would have them keen cou 

^^^/h^.k"*'^, """'•*'' *»«•«"' "^ "^-"^l everyday 
stead >a» the aUira. to auuuly bbi friends aud ever>dv 

11 >. Iron. K t,ou..J up to a ton. He guarauieea a full 
aupply or the seaoou at the loweHlcasb^ice * 
inyi ilorn 



ouiawwooLiar. a. t. mccaui... 

^liARLJ«>i W, WOOLLEY & CO., 

U)WKR LEVEK. ST. PAUL 

*' O R W A R D 1 N (i 

AMD 

< -ommis.-^ion Merchants, 

DKAl.ERti JN iiKiK'ERIKH, 

flRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME. &i\, Ac., 

AND 

AGENTS KOR THE 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL KAILKOAD 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. 
Davidson Line or Steamers, Miunesots RivVr 
Neriheru Trauaporuiiou Company from the hast 
Ei. e sior \ouug Ameiiea^ (;om Cob Mill 
V*.».dwar.rsSmiilteraud.SeparaU)r 
Kerosene Oil Cou.,iauy «rNew York, 

^■> Ac. 4-c. 

Contracts for truusporiHtlou between St. Paul Boatoi, 
Ne* Kugland. Montreal, New York aud all poiu'ls Easi 
made npou the lowest and m.«i i*vor»bl« terms by ti. 
T. Company. 
.Mark i>ackages 

•• WOOLI.KY A i;o 
St. PauL" 

St. Paal. April 17. 1889. '*' 



lltlon a.e8m>iUKt!„Hlu..Hlo «bitli iLiaj.jurua.liaTLd 
Ib?'!i5y """"'■"'*'' "" *'"«='"^^*- K'il'-.ouam aud ph*!! 

I '^^^'t ^J^ *"*'* **' ''"* devaauting our connt.y *e 
bol<lutohHveor.Kiu..led;n ,, rebeTfiou uii^ wkit^u 
wicked, meieuaable than was ever bel ro ki^wn-^ 

I rel.eMf'n" ^"."""Z"' "* '^ lew against .be^y- 
a rebellion deauned to raise higher tie walls aiTJL.s. 
and tighten the cUaiua ol opprlSSon 

lid. iu« doue all »ev.,iil4 V* nil. ,iiUi surrender Ol vital 

wiiu auoiireiierL'iaaibrireilorls I* uphold ihp Union. 

beionslu,ai.,„:i,„!ti„, .s,.prem«t> ol 2e laws \S 

though lAerebeU^ou baa t,««om«. {hnjgh air»^pa-to^ 

de •n.ilBn, terroriim. aud spollaiJ.u l.^°l> »^u Te 

uuidt'nu"'""' "^'^ "'"^ -'"-"i^"** of wmcieiuil^ 



ADVERTISE. 

If you havK loat moitey during the rrtsle— 

ADVERTISE. 

ADVERTISE, 

II vov have proper! r to aell^ 

ADVERTISE 

Do not elevrlhatl|,e.e lauobod, tobuv Tranaae 
llouH are made ever> da« by those who- '»«»«»<^ 

ADVKRTISE; 



CALE UNDER FORECLOSURE^ 

I ^^ STATK OF .MINNK.SOXA. C.'IMV OF R*k 
I TKl'; I""*'"**"' "''"*'' •^«">i» JCDlcYil ^t,! 

Dlir.'"!.er«.''""'' ''''"• ***'"' ^''"'^ '"""" " ' 

ir]i'..'ul.!i't''?K "L'' •l"'l»f*'n>''''< AU'I ^f-crtv ol li,. 1.,. 
tricicounot lJ.eK,.,-,md JuiL^ial lli.ir«.iol the Mate 
i.„,., the nbovt enlillcd atllou. and 

"I^ •-eolh of July. A. D . ivi) i 

A.mti r, , . -1-^ . ..; *i| (lit* KHid fi '!■ r ■ - • ■ ■ * 

appoiui.ao, s».a i'jurlior\ei'-uic Mu :. ' '" 

sellat public auolinn, to U.e hiRh..il |. .. ,' 

U».Mr.>... u- ,r o. a.t, i oun Hou«.. in iLe ».,.> o. a., i .», 

A. 1'., loij.;, ai leu o Clock IL ihe ' '- ... . '■ 

the Iwil.iu lug described prtmiaes ' 

couuiy of Ramw->, aua .Mate of Hi . . . ", 

deaiiiualcdaa lolijws. to wii. " 

l.M^ luiuiberej fount eu. (U) and ftfieen. (15) in bl.«-* 
UuaiUer aeveuiy. tn.) m D-yion A 1. vioc'a iili . Z , 

.sainl raul. November l«»th. Isci. 

AARON W. TLLLIh, 
Sber.U ol Bamaey 1 o. 

.HAMSuaa A Ullip. Ally . lur Pla.uiui. uorAMiw 




•mlempnntrieii 



nereii ,a Ihe donuUn of L^oi.^'^'^ .l" l^S: ''!""' """ 



hei 

5|erei> ,n ihe domain of actional' li* ^ T.V.u.ou 
,th ;':':.i*':i.'-"fr..l;'r..f*""^">»r laformauon increase 




aur 



J -«• 



D. W. INGKRSOLL. 

AKaDt.St. Paul 



A'l'^i'OKNKYS. 



" •■"^''■» B. P. CMowaLt. 

^ O O P E R St C R O W E L L. 

ATTOBNBYh AND COONSELIKJRS. 
IrvlneaBUKk. - - . . St. Paul. 
Prooipt atteulluD given lo buslof^s hi etate and Fed 
ei»l t-oarta, lo Colleeuoaa. and lo profeaalonal boaines 
Iebil4-<lly 



giiuerally . 



Joaa B. BAaaoaa. 

J A N B O R N 



t.aAai.Bs V. Loan 

CANBORN & LUND, 

KJ ATTORNEYS aud COUNSELLORS AT LAW 
Practice In all the Couria of this State, aud the United 
hlalea District Conn. 

odceon Thlrdat..uver XAckablsB Bdgertou's Bank 
'»' '^»"'- feb-A 



HORN ft GALUaUA, 
AIToRNK\.s ANDCOLNSKLLURfi AT LAW 
oaice, iha same aa occupl«d by the late WilUam dol 

.'.?'.*,''• '^■J "»"r 'k« Store ol Culver A Farrmxtou. 
third Street. St. Paul. 

B.B. UAl-USHA. 



HENRY J. UOBM. 
febt-dlf 



M. 



SHERBURNE. 

.• ,^ u *iPH.^S3''. ^^" COUNSKLlAlrtATLAVr 
cttkJle Block. Third SUeel. St. Paul. MinueSuU. 
uoA-JB-dly 



M"J 



ORKJS LAMPREY, ATTORNEY 



INDCODNSBLLOBATLAW. Prompt auenuon 
•i.ru lu CoUectlag. oilleo. beywards Block, Third 
atf— t. St. Paol. MlmiaaoiA. Jell ly 



JOY TO TJUE WORLD. 
CANCER CORED. 

CAPTAIN 8AMUBL PAINTBB 
Ot ihlaclty, bavlng aHeeted some eight or ten uerma- 
i-ent ctirea of Cancer wllhln the paai two yeink hL 
teen induced to oroolalm to the world thai he wOl eurS 
the worat case of Cancer edectuallf in less ihaa tweutv 
davs. No ctira no pay. ' 

f o be aaaured of the truth of above, the following 
aibdavli la attaehed, and the subject can be aeeu everv 
day, and In a faw days other amdavlu will be procured 

8t. Paui.. Aug. 3U, ItMl. 

I am an oagi mtmr , and have been athicted with a can- 
eer In ike throat for two yeara, au<l have advlaml with 
L>b>aiciaua in hi. L«ul8 and other ciUea. but without a 
hope of relief. I laade application to captain Samuel 
rainier, of St. Paul, who Infttraaed me be would eUeet 
a permanent eurti, ebHi be would make no charge, lie 
did ».j. wh«b any one ailected can be eouvlnce3 of by 
calling ou 

«aP SAMUEL HUNTER. 

OTAPLKliROCKRlES.— WE UAVk 

O lb iiture aud to arrive, the LABUEST STOi.'K • 
tiuule UrueArles ever brought to this market aad 
dealera from the oouutry are requested lo call aud ef 
• taine our Mlock au'1 rie e Llal belore gulus below 
J.i% A U.C.BUBBANK A CO.. 



DETROIT AND MILWAUKEE BOATS, 
Fur Detroit and all Eastern Points. 
PaaHeuKer8frimib.j Kaat leave Milwaukee on arrival 
ol Detroit auJ Milwaukee Boats, aud Chicago, ou arri- 
val ot morning Tratue from the Baal, arriving at Prai- 
rie du Ch.enai;:30 P.M.. gettlnK Supper and a Mil 
night's real on the Boat, arriving »t St. l-^ul net 
eveuing. 
Lake FrelgbU by New York and Krie. New York 

Central. Butlalo. Cleveland and Chicago 

WK.STKRN TRANSPORTATION AND NORTMER.S 
TRANSPORrAllON 

LINES OF P R O P fc L L E R .s, 

Are landed at Milwaukee only upon the d,>cks of thia 

tVimpaoy, 

Saving Cartage and risk ol breakage. 

^raixbts via Detroit aud MUwaokee IUilr.«dB, 
AKIC TRANSFERRED FREE oF CulkGh:. 

Freight via Chicago doea uot change Cars aud is 
shipped trom ITau-le Du Chieu on the day of ils arr.val 

Freight for points ou the St. C.oU RWer 1^ aeni 
Ihroiigb without trauahipmeuL. 

Paaaeugera holUiug through Tioketa ara a..b,rtei lo no 
iransier charges at Milwaukee or Chu-ago 

Be aure loaak for Tickets via Prairie,du » hien. 

For through Ticketa apply to 

c I. CHASE, under the Wlnalow Honse. .St Aulhouy 

J H THOMPSON, under the Nicollet Ueuae. Mlune 
apulia. 

U BKONdON, Jr. 4 CO. .Still water . 
And of all Ihe AgenU between j,i Paul »„a f raine du 
chien. aud ut 

CIIA8. THOMPSON, Ticket Ageui, 
Corner Jackson atrem aud Levee 
BORUPACHAMPLIN. Freight Agenta, St P,„|. 

J. LAWLKR, 

Gen. Agt. Pra. du Chlen 
K. P BACON, General Ticket Agent. 
WILLIAM L. DANA, 

Geo. Freight Agent, Milwaukee. 
WILLIAM JERVIS. 

SuperlnteudeBt, Milwaukee. 
J. J. NOAIIt Western Agent. 
Mora.— The aiiemloB of the pablic Is particularly 
called to the tacl that eaateru shippers by this route 
will have the prlvUegea ol adjustment of overcharges 
dansagff.Ac . alSLPaul.by Meaara Borup A Champ 
Un. who are especially authorized U) liquidate aud settle 
all aiiah clalma. 



JJ U N r E R S ' BOO T «J 

Wt WOOLD CALL THE ATTKMTIOH Of 

H J^ O K T H M JW N 

TO (jUU 

LONG LKO WATEK PhUiit BOulS, 

JUST TUKTHIMU FORTHKPWAMP8. 

Price $1S,00. 

OUR LON(i LEG DOUBLE HOLE WATEU- 
PROOK R00T8, I'OR bOYS, 

ARE TRIMS. 

Price if'iJ.OiJ. 

PLKASK CALL AND SEE THEM 

H. li 1 X. i^A T RICK. 
J^A W s OP MINNESOTA 

Town Organisation l.aw, 
Couutj Organizatlou Law 



Vi' O L C O 1" T ' S 

UVERlf AND SALE .STABLE, 

THIRD.NTRtKT. OPPOSITE MERCHANTS' HoTK.. 
SAINT PAUL, MINNKSOTA. 
The undersigned haa erected a Urge and comajodi..us 
aloue .suble ou Third s.reel. aud has a splendid sb.ck of 

"^"•^**'«. C:AiiKiA«.KS, 

RU(itilE.S, SLEKiHS, Ac. 

He IS pr..parrd nt all timea to lutuiab a superior ^iial 
'> el l.hery to parlies and olhenj. 

l.aaies' add Ueullemeu'B Saddle lloraea lurniahed at 

the su.irteai uotice. 

Uoraea boarded by ibe day or week en the moat reaa- 

cnablete rms. |aii<3 | ,|. !>. Wo'.CufT. 



T E B M 8. 
DAILY TRIBUNE I ill iha..-. ....,„ 

) .. .. »;t 00 

> $:iio 



.SEMl-M EkKLY (liM 
WKKKLV, (ij 



TO CLUB .S. 
eEMI-WKBKLY. 



•^^i^!''^:^^^::^*^}'^^^^" -p'"-"- 



For a rliib ol twenty, an eitra copy will be 



lumber at Ute uuer 



sent. 

une gratia 



WERKLY. 



^ O T 1 C E. 



AineotlDK i)f the Stockholders ol lUe l.«ke Su,.eri..r 
and Miaslasippi Railroad Company will beheld ai the 
oUlee Ol i.jntau Lavton. in trie Inlernatioual Hotel 
buiM„.«. ,u the ei.:. of saint I'aal. V.uuesota. ou il.r 
.Oth day ol November m.st.. ai j o'clock P.M.. for ihe 
purpose of electing aboard «1 aeven Duectors ol said 
Compauy. aa provided for lu the Act of tn.orporatlou. 
By order of the 

novi d3w BOARD OF INCORP ORATOK.S. 

OVAL- 



K 



E M 



General Road Law. 
Commou School Law 



'aw, 



AU. IN Oaa PiHPBLIT. 
PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS. 
Mailed lo any addressin the State. | 
Twelve Copies for $1M. For sale by 
PIONEER PRINCIMG .J.IHPANY. ST. PAUL- 



^^U A R L E S H. MIX, 
BOOKSELLER A.ND STATIONER, 

THIRD ST. 8T. PAUL, MINN 

socva^-iOH TO w. s. c<>an!t 
Having piircbaMU the enure stock ol Mr. W. .s. CH>mbft. 
In the Book -ud Stationery business. soliciU a share ol 
the public pairunaite. 

M. I, '■•*}' t?,*^""' '«»"-'"'• »o the citizens of .st Paul and the 
^t^ J.' .in'!"""" ""y '*'''"''* f"' '>»« Patronage e?^^f 
"f.'^.T *P ' "•-'>-'"' for my auccesk.,r a conlmuanci 



We have rem ved o.ir Stock oi !,.«. Nails. Si.el. Ac 
irom Ibe old Slaud on Wabas'aw streei to the M- W 
STONE BUILDING on the uortl. aide olTUIKD Se- 
I ween WabaaUaw .tud Cedar slreeta. where ».■ reaped 
lHll>»ol.rii the palroi.»g„ of tboae purcbasiugg.Kxl, .u* 



.A^.fe7"„,."i„Ti?a.'Vi;e'?a;e^'.fi\^i''i?,/.'''- *'"• "^ »"> 
."l-r to be a^l.lressedTe^if s'Lc-ribe'r"' """'""• ""• 
I.. <l,il,8 o) twenly. we send au extra copy. 

.o!rwi?s5;i;:i?.;s"Ku?b" ""'*-■'•'*'"' "-• *-'^ 
o/a:;;;t'^;;i;t;in;:*y^::;c^'-^' '•"• •»-<> ^"«>'- *.» 

remi'rb"au;''!Jr,l^*" "" '"^""''' " '" «""' -^f-^r t*"^ to 

Payment always lu advance. 
A ddresa 

j?r: r * "*»»»" street. N ew Voik. 

PO R PORT_SNELLING. 

THK 
MINNE.SOTA 8TA(;E COMPANY 
WILL BUN COACHES 
TO FOR T S N E L L I N G, 
TWI. K DA ILV. leaving the Interuatioual at 9 oeio. k 
A.M. and 2 o'clock, P.M. BeUrniug. ,eave KortSneN 
IIOK at 12 o clock. UOOI., and 4 oVlo,-k. P.M. Fare- Sia- 
Kl^ tickeu. DOC. each way. Round trlf U. For. h,u. 



II >oii have buildiUK materials Ul sell von am ...... 

yoi.rsellUieiroobleoi seekU.i; acuatomir «r.a ,2 
olnetflodlnrtim, ify. n -* i uwomer, at tke risk 

ADVERTISE. 

11 you have houses t< let there are mam u..u ,, »,- 
la the city whoranno traverse the wWL"r.rjr"T! 
whom you can lea. h ii o .— wuuie place, but 

ADVERTISE. 

..I'li'"" ""•)" ■''f ** "' * »""*»l"n, do n..! be aatisHed bv 
Mklng your friends al.«k- bul seek a larger circle * 

ADVERTISE. 

There may be people looklnir for F.chaaroii «h» 
will never hear of you. luleas you- ' ' *"" 

ADVERTISE, 

iJa^,^:.:i';:v.:;s:^'?o;r*:;,f^-;ivj$rrr"'*"»'"- 

oil rouble. II you- ^' ' ** 'H ^hn" «u iinoie.iMii 

ADVERTISE, 

If you wish orrow money or ieud— 

ADVERTISE. 

y<:uz;^::sra^-fi:r:r.*«-L;^'i,7^.^'»''--- 

ADVERTISE. 

Ifyo.i are a profeagionil man, do not aland unon vonr 
y»;.rd':Sy":!Te"*'''' ''" '^^p''n^'""^' 

ADVERTISE- 

Ifyo.i area mpchanic, do net Imagine iha: yon ran 
getalougwiibouimakiUK jo.iraell kuSwu. vJur,.!^ 
shon^^fT" " «''°-'-*"-\ """••• ^liUieult t^; tind hiLthI 
shop of a merchant, and iherefo.e you sbould - 

ADVERTISE. 



JHLs PUBLICATION JS JU.ST 

WHAT IS WANTED 

NO MAN, KO FAMILY, NO OFFICK . SHOULD » 

WITBOl T IT ! 
THE ONLV COURKCT AND COMIM.HP 
HISTORY OF THE WAR 

Now lu.ouni.: 01 publjcatlou, by JAMBS t» I jK 
REV Ne« \ork . lly. aud o,^e., for .ubsciiot.,... x 
great popular naitouai Wotk, «rine.uiuat,le vallo , , 
a I, be« ,iiii,iii piloieJ Ui lar«e Sto. vit the. 

Sonthein Uebellion 

AND TUG 

WAK 1"(>U UiK UNION. 

a..^ i'."""' \''' 'l"- «»»*• »"'! »*ro«r-8s ol the Uebell.on 
and couaecuuve narrative ol evwii, aua mcidenla fi^m! 
be ,.,». st*ges Oi Ibe tre^ou a»:aius. the iTrp^fb; MT 
lo Ibe c,o.e ..1 the coum -i. u^^tnrr » ith importiui • h- 
umeuis, eiiracla irom remaraab.e s^.-eohea Ac 
_.'l'.,"Jfr'J':.'^:' r'"''^'"* aocasse.., .eader..thi,e 



ei.iuonaare laf tied 




that na-.ure baa ,-et been oie-r;d •^"'tb'^V 0*1^0 7'? X 
wbow.shtoMuiormauou are compelled mg^p^tli^l 
U..-mu/e» 01 Ibe rumors reuorls .ll.,.»^^ . 

aud ed.u,nals o. the da.. .' oei:tp1;,er; '^V'^iL-, : Tt'; 
ir.an its cjuioaed eoiumua. the gieat lac- , and a..ide Jit 
ol Ibe struggle lor the luion. 'ueuis 

lomee inu want, aud lo produce a work of .erma 
ueul VHlue as well as ol pre.. i.t iLirrrM. tj7.- oub!S^^ 
baa arranged l„r lue Uisue oi u.e k„u.r; Z ab^n^.e 

^;'*::':^»'^:,?"!.:^'=^*'^ .""*'•«'. «>= ^f«cb w.. 



piibiihiicil ou Augiisi iloi. bos rr 



cued ibe lUn^oaiilMjj 



encomiums ol uie press aud .d lead.Lg citTcnr^," 
the Lauils 01 every I'uioo maij "r lu 

lo be had of ail neasvetd. 1-,, po.tmasjors aoti k^ 
seller* every wheru. —••..k r» aoo ^. k n 



Whoever you are do noi Imagine that the aniionoce 
meul of your buaioeas In a respeclaole „e *""™'"^*' 



wspai < r Will 
on ape too gen 



J.C. MURBANK. 



our line, 

ocsi oaui 



MIOOL8 A DEAN. 
K J- E T .S. 



of the a>ime 
sep2l 



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.ntmuance 
WILLIAM 8. COMBS. 



CI IV HAl.l 



IS Y O U R T [ M E 



R K S T A U R A N T. 



MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 

By ALBERT KUBV, Agent. 

CITY HALFWAY HOU8B THIRD .STREET. 

Fresh Oyeiers dally, served up at a moment's uotice. 
THIRTY CENTS PKR flO/.K.V. 

ALBERT KUBY. 



oelO <!Sm 



PROCLAMATION 



M 

FROM 

.lUSTlCE & FOKKPAUtiH. 



ap28 



JRAVELERS AND SHIPPERS 

GOING TO THE 
EASTERN STATES OR CANADA 

May bad it to tbelr advantace lo rail inr Ti..k.... k 
^".:e:S^s?.:Tne*"'*-''*-'•'- "i'^-^^r^^^^ 



«I^.'"f-*".'K°*'*'v''5' '"'■'"• o' fbeir unbounded sue 
eesseasla siiitmg the wants nf tne people <f this riiv 
and HiAte. In their aelectioua o. go^a. ags^n can i^J 
stteniionol buyers to their splendid stock of '^"' "" 

Spring an«l Summer Goods. 

of*LlDUs'DR?s*'^?.o?.'rw"^^'^'*'y """ t^»"«™ 

SLlerl; ewes *^^^ '^''^^'•' *" """'""" '" «'>'« '" '"• 

Country dealers will fliid It to their advanUire to vi*. 

us a call and ».xamine ow ficurea '"'"™"'K« i" »»»• 



je;<l-dly 



me our Qgurea. 

JUSTICE A rOBKPAl GH. 



II A O C A 

< 'haries KrumeiuMi 

CAUfKl Wl:.AVt±t, 

V. A lllNGfuN SI RKkT. liACK uF 
L'ash fo r ragt. two centa per pound. 

j^ow 

To BUY 

BEST CARBON Oil., 

THAT WILL NOT EXPLODE, FOR GU AND 6Dc. 

PFR aAL(X)N, AT 

K. A HV. BKLI.'.S. 
_^^ Me«r the^W'InsJow Ho^e. M .u. St. Fa,u. 

^(m A i'EUM^ OF ~YEA]i.s 

A SPLENDID OPluBIUNlTk 1 1 
I will reut the property known aa the 

II A L F W A V H O U S K, 
Tnree milrts Irom M, PauL on lh« .St. Anthouy'road 

for;a term of years 
There la atia-bed to .the dwelliug.i twenty acreaof 
good laud. 

fKBMS \KHV LOW. 

WM. COMMTAMB. 
'■^*er Levee. .St. Paul. 



^»S TRACTS OF TITLE 

TO 

RKA lu KSTATK, 

AND ANY OTUKR INFOBJIATION CONTAINFD 
IN TBB 

-RECOROS OF UAAJSEY COJfMY, 

WILL BE FUBM8HKD AT MODKBATK 
PRICKS, 

ON AftLICATION to TUK 

C (J» U N T \ A I ) Ij 1 -l C) K, 

AT THE VAULT CONNKlTkD WITH TIIR OFFHri^ 
f»F THF RKGISTtR OF DRKDS. 
Bv order o| ibe H.^M-d ol County Cwtmlssiouers. 

JOHN Nl;;OL.-^, 
Chairman. 



l.iwer you lu the public e..Umaliou. If y, 

belter" *'*'"^'^''''"> ""^ ''^»'>«'- ><"' abandon trade "the 

ADVERTISE. 

'■ » — — ^___ 

^ 13 V K H J^ i S Ji: 



J * 



IN THK 



DAILY, 



subscribers ariiUiiv ONE DOLLAR in a s,«d 1 ill ., 

weekly numuera. ".»ii. post pai.i. i^u 

lu orderiu^ copies the lull and e^ci aCdrewi wuK 

< ompelenl Agenta wanted la all Towns aud Cottutle> 
FMhID'R HKKHAKD, """"' 

i \liANCEKY "SALK _ DLSTRlTrr 

V COURT iiK UJK LMIKD tsTATES VOK thv 
- i.sT.wllI i.K Mll,Mi:.s.^.lA ,-" »'■»'*« »OR IMK 

Kdward V. Prouiy va.ciark'.T.' Wluans, C.nda.e A 
V\u...u».Joua.H II. winter and llarr.e. >. U mier 

l_.>Kfc:Cl.uM Kh; l.N , HANttltV 

Decree. Ocu-ber lerm. A. D. lobl-tl.HH M. mtere.i 

>iud euhts. 

1 .irauaul lo Ibe de.relal order of -.be above Couri 
made lu ''"•<•*'»*.•. ai Ibe o.u.ber Term. A. i-l.iLi: 
undersignea Masirr in < ban. ery 01 J^ *,„ ^^^ ; ^. 
..I public auction, lo the b.^ best cash bidder on .«! 
dui the sevtutt. I7ihi day ol Jauuary aT 
101..J, ol eleven iteio<-k lu tbe ii.rM....... ... • 

euirauce 10 the place oihu^mri^rL'a.:^* * .""'" 
«r.wuv Bl,<k. .lu ■.b„dsliVet,"r„ the l^rT^.'^ 7.;,;" 
iu«,a Duiu.ci 01 »t.unes..ia. tbe l...loWing deL.T' ;'i 
pr.m.5e»,8ii.,...:e lu Ibe counl> ot R^jt bfaie o. il.. 
i.eMita, to wit . •^'^v, otaie ol Mil 

■1 be uord, weal quarter oise«l,on No. twelve 'I2l 1, 
U.an«t..p .No one hundred and u.ur Ihrji. uor^b ol rao^r 

!:x^:^^:'Z.^j^, c..uu.u.nioJ; ..:^^^ 

M. I'aul, rtov. 1;, IBtil. 

J AMIES W. TAYLOR. 

*-'**■ •'*«. nalnt.«'.So|.clu".'"*n',!i',^.*;^.;.; 

S T. * ' 

iTtMteH |ii;l aud; Maike; »ui .. io.,< u . 
en to fain, k K ..v i.. A./ .'...'f .^^.^^".f ^'^I'^l: .^- 

r.w'i'iit. irn'"'\**' ^<'i:AR;,V; *'" 

u^^uit Uup» r TowD. near the Br 



Liri; 



uov2-djm 



Appl> to 
oC.ti -UjW 



p 



R 1 N 



1 p 

AT 



APE 



Ourner I.evee and Sibley st •• 



(1REEN APPLES— FRESH LOIS 

\A received s«iB|. weekly by 

. P. r. McgPIL LAN. 

]^^ O R SAL E, "* 

ONE PA IB OF GREY HORSES. LUMBER WAGON 
.'AND HARNESS. ALL FOR $15"* ASH 
One goo.1 Saddle Pony, sound, and kind to harness 
« ^olu iroan one U> four year* old. .^u""» 

Three Horaea, gentle and amiable lor luvslids 
Alao, oue new Double Seated Ckrrlage. verv low 

WILLIAM L. MlMTirER, 
8..P.ul.S•p^2b. «<"'"i •tree., above Finh. 



Rochealer Syracuse. Rome. Uilca 
Albany. Troy . .Sapau«a.PorUa...i ' 
Cleveland. J-^burg. La?S2S%rW;:^gt..x,,, 
Uamiltou. M.julre*l. Quebecf 

AND OTDKB PLACES 



rooto. 
BAST. 



LeMn yoiir railroad travel by taking the shortaat and 
m st pleasant route. '""ri«»i anu 

Escape trom HEAT AND DUST so annoying lo rail- 
road passengers at this season of the year '*'™" 
Avoid Ihe UNCERTAINTY AND DELAY of cban. 
Ing cars atjuaettoDs. !■»«««- 
The atteaUoD of SHIPPERS Is called to thia lavora. 
bio rovte, a- ibey can always depend cu the LOWE.<t 
KATES and »^U1CKE»T TIKE. ^^^ ^J 
TIekets via Pri:rle du t'bleu or l.a Cruase to be had at 
principal Ticket OflicM. 

J. II. WHITMAN. 
General Western Aiceut. Milwaukee 
„ W.K.iaiR. 

I augffl General Superloi^mleut Detroit 



J^^ P. BROW N, 

IMPOBTEB OF ALL K 
BEADS AND FANC 
Prlcei lo suit the Umes. 

ail" 17^^' "^ '"* PKABL STREET NEW YORK 



IMPOBTEB OF ALL KINDS OF 
BEADS AND FAN(;y OOODS 
Prices to suit the Umea. 



L^ AOLE BAKERY, AND CRACK ER 

Mid MANUFACTORY. 

WILLIAJVI GrIKS 

PBOPRIETOR, MAIN STREET, 
(la the rear ol the American Houae, in aew brick 

building ) 
Thankful for past favors, he respectfully Informs ihe 
public that he has enlarged his establlahu. ni to sueh an 
flAtent that he la enabled l« supply the Public w.tb 
Bread and Crackers, and Merehants at wholesale 
llower rates than any othvr Bakery In St. Paul. 
novI5-^ly 



UT. NICHOI^S BILLIARD HALL, 

KJ corner .W and Roberta street. N B a LI EN Pro 
prleu,r by H. G. bRoWN. KuperiClendenr ' ?h s 
Ual la iurniahed with PhelanA cL.s No. 1 Marble Usd 
Tables, with Brat class flitures ; and baa the exclLue 



li E U C E D P R I c E », 

Constantly n hauu ana lor sale at the lowest price 

PRINTERS' INrS. 
Orders nlied by Eiwresa at better rates iMan ca 
toiaiued elsewhere 

ASM, AND TUB HIGHEST PRICE PAID r 
BAUB AT OUR WABBUOUSE. 
■»•"•*"• O BUBBANK A CO 



JWENTV WATER PKIV1LE<JKS 

FOR .^ALE, AT A GREAT BARGAIN, 

NBAR To THIS cirv, 

hi'i''?? '^ ^^ '**■' ''*»^- *'» •"■ •old or leaseo upon 
^einosi favorable lerms 10 paru.-. who will make im 
ii..-di.tM improvements. Apply to 

^la ^. „ LYMAN Da VTON, 

oCliMlIm Seventh atreet,.; nderjutern^tlonal HoteL 

gTATUTKH OF MINNF^OIA 
BVom AB4& to 1H&0. 



TRI- WEEKLY, 

AND WF.EKLy 
E D I r IONS 

PIONEEH AND DEMOCRAT 

WBICfl HAS A 

T^arger C^iiculat ion 
THAN ALL 

I 
TilKCITV J(>(iJiNAJ.S 
1/ N I T 1: U! 

AND WfllCH ARK 



J^O MECHANICS AND LABOrVr.S 

.!.■■ uuJersi^,,, j »re au.hor./ed u. raise a !•.«.-. . . 
.or tne isl R.«.u.eut l . S. Mecbay, ., k,"^, * Vr?"^. '.^ 




'01 ,1... .oru..r «.. 1 » .. .... ' a"'"'^ l"-^ . »^ per moijiL 

aau... ■rrm^nrjJ'-J'i^r:.*': ^I^^ ^'^tl^r^" 




POBLISHED BT STATE ACTHORi7V 



- r:.';i rret'h''s^K'"= ^""•''^'c^i^r-M'rK':?.?;:'*' 
r"^*^ *>- w.*'b g" Vi!:'''' • 

I^^OK SALE-NKWL^PUBLIbHKD 
MAP& ot UINNL-hjTa, 

..'OM.i-KlM >o I 1, fc. Wl. OLAbTAIk 
Laid d.wu fcc. urawi> from actual siu-.ty. 

.Ji.llir'/a*.*"",':***"'''* '"*■"''• '"•"• *'«•' ^'"'«^'». fi-H 
i*«ea. .-wamoa l-.-.-n^. i-ra.rlea. Indian Jie,«rva 



IJUiea. 



vampa. I'luerier 
pr.b«.s, Ac. 



fcVer 



J !.• .Va,. is ue.i^n. d and laid down to scale Ipom ih- 
.1..- .•....« .-urve,., and sUould ne In Jhe b,te« «1 
er., oue Uaviiii; ao .uie.esi lu Minuew>ia, 



STATE, 



APPaoVKD 9r TBM JOV6MS UF IBM SUPUBHM 
COOBT 



J^OTKJE THE WINTER SESSION- 
OP THE 

ST. PAUL FEMALE .SEMLNaRV, 

Will open on TUESDAY. Nov. U F . adm.ssi..u 
terms. Ac. , apply lo the undersigned ' 

J. G. RlllELDAFFaiB. 
Corner ot Snmaill Avenue and St. f. ter streets 
no*6 dlw 



jU U S I C LESSONS. 

FRANK WOOD, 
ILati raoM Saimt Lonia.) 

PIANIST, OBGANLST. AND PIANUFOBTEIUNBK 
KespecUiillv soiiciu Ihe patronage ol the cluzcus of 

.M. Paol aud vlclnltT. 
Best of St. I.<.iiiaaud New York relerenee given, 
TeiiuM moderate. Enquire al Muuger Br«a' Music 

^"T^ ____^^ J> Zi-dliin 

c 



A K B O N 



OIL. 



BE.ST PENNSYLVANIA CAR ON OH,. 

ON CO.N.SIUNME.\T, 

FOB SALE. FT THK BARREL AT THK LOWEST 

RATBS 

uoyl6dlw J w SIMPSON. 



Rettonuiged by the Court* em LeRal Evideoco o 
State Laws. 



Ai-piy I. 

I HARLKb A. r. MORHIK 

READ IN AIJ. PARTS OF THE I iH"^-^-^^^^"^'^''^^ 

IIA.^ILLON (OHIO) lURivsaiNG 

Mauu.aclured by ,;. U. Bus«rll A Co.. Masllloo. 8Urk 
County. Ohio. 

■OLK ASBWOT at TBI 

^kW AGBICULTIRAL WARKUOU8E. THIBD ST 

Adiomiag the Bridge, hu Paul, 
my __-wtim__ ^. p. ^ ,.. j. hoDOES, 



BT 



AU Classes] of the People ! 

THBOUUH THEM AMD mtU THE TBOUBIJE OF 
WRITTHG ONLY 



1080 PAGES OP LARUE OCTAVO 



PRICK iciVK DOiiLAKs. 
2 .500 '^^'*^*'"'^ ^^ LAND FOR 

' KALE NKAB TO THIS CITY. 

lu parcels of Ir.jro uve lo forty acre* 
I'arl ol tbeae are covered with 

A FINE OROWTH OF TIMBER. 

Aao COaMAMBS 

SOME OF TUB MOST BEAUTIFUL VIEWS IN 
IMINNESOTA. 
The soil IS Of the best quality, with Bne bolllog springs 
'''!*'.'.^!''i".,':^°-'».*^'''."':«?t??"tA now in thU proper 

ERV 
land 

• ..,.„, .-.. -J quantities aa desired. 

t^'K'';,'" . LVMAN DAYTON, 

ovia dim ..cvenib street under InternaOonal Hotel 




O K F. 



D V F. It T I S F. M R N T 



r N T E L L i <i E N r E O F F I C,E 

ST 

E. J. kNORELSDORFP, 

fHIRD STKKET... 



AkD 



M'//// ONE FA\MES1, 

THE 

W h.o 1 o C^ o m m u n i t. v 
MAY BE REACHED! 

WANTED. 

TWO GOOD FRESH MIXH COWS. 

"•''■' Imiulre-.ai THIS OFFICE 



s pacl 

opposite j«ni oe A P'vepangh'a Store 

Wher^iaa.- - - ' ■ p, a., kl..d. «;/ be «,,. 

tU'\ r.-*pe.' — 
anIi-Uly 



led. G<*k] a^rvan.f WIU 
calling at this oSce. 



THE SECOND MINNE.SOTA BaT- 

.f J.^^.\ •'*' ARTILLERY baa been accepted by 

and ihe undersigned is duly an 

ug Ottoer, for said Baiiery; there 

ti.who desire to aerve the Uniied 



the War D 

Ihonzed. a^ 
tore Kb'e 1. 



n^^t 7h!!^". T^"*'^ •*"';"« ^'■^ *"• •" '•lOoilSi i« 

Mi^^ubinT HI I:.". '"'""•'I''"-'-' '•' ^' "a<l«raigned lu 

Sn^llmg ■ '"■ ^ ^^ '' Koaetth, at For 

oc27-l^w B. A. PROISETB. 

CTRAYEU. ' 

mZ KJ.".'".",^5°*'*f ""' "bo'it Ibe first «l October last 
2ir. i^ '"'^ " *"*" "'** • "bout 3 years old, aud a •.all 

^vlM*. TEBRLS FKEGilAN. 
??!if:l^! On Rice ereeh. 

QYSTKKSONLY 30 iV.WV^ A DOZ 

UEORi.E BK»; 

Haaremoved biaeala^iihJimeci ir..m lb« Baaea.eui i» 
the t iral Flour. He has titled up in firal class siy ;e ih« 
large ro.jm ou .be bra; llo4.r f.ir Rr^iauraut purp.j&ra, 
and will occupy tbe base-nieutaa beloinfor blslluportej 
lAquvrt. , 

Kheuisb.Freucb.. Sparkling and ^till Catawba WUtee. 

Remember the place, belcw l>«veopr>rC8 Book Store 

i..>vi>; )iv 



-r. ^.mm 






i^-^-: 



-'^Pfc": 






KBPOKT OF OBBnCRAlTGORMAN. 

SEN. 0,jaMA!fS KSfOST OF THK 4iiSX}i AT 

kdwakds' rxBRy 



BQRBANK'S COLUMN. 

P B E S~H 



THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. SAINT PAUL. THURSDAY DECEMBER 5 



1861. 



TIIK 



FOR 



Nkak KDWAai-s' Fkhry, t)ct. iG, l-itJl. J 
'I'it^Lnpi. CkarUi AwiM. A»natunt Adjutant 
General — Gen. HUme'* Utvuivu : 

Sir— 1 have Ibe houor to communicute 
to the iieuertii conmunding the diviaioo the 
tacta aud events conoected wiih my brig- 
ude, »u tht ttdvuucti a' ro88 the Potomac, 
luttdc uiidtr hiy order. (Ju the 2Uth instuntj 
1 received orders to detach two (i) coinpa- 
iiite ot the Firbt Miijuc&ola Kegiment to 
cover a nooniioiaanoe oo tie Virginia aide 
ol the Poiouiuc. rh.8 ordtr w&t^ obeyed 
and tbey trodsed, but were soon recalled' 
Oil ib«f uioruiug of the 2i8t, two 12) other 
companies were ordered to crosa and cover 
the advaLce of a party of cavalry undei 
Major Mix— all ^t whicd was done, the par- 
ty ut lUe BuLQe lime driving in the enemy's 
pukoti». Orders were received by me to 
liave the i: .ret New York, and First Mm* 
neaoia lJeginieot.s oi Infantry at t^lward'a 
Ferry on .Moudtiy, the 2l9t inat , at day- 
light, or as near lbi*t hour us pot^aible 
These two feginaeuls arrived ihcre at the 
time Hpecilied. 1 aloo ordered the Thirty 
fourtli New Vurk Voiuuteerp to proceed to 
the tame point at us early an hour aa pott- 
«ib!e, from Seneca Miila, eight milfs distant. 
'Ihey arrived with great promptness at U 
o'clock, A. M. Durinjj that duy and night 
(the'ilst) the entire brigade crosaed the 
river, numbeung aoout 2,250 men. Juat 
about the same time 1 got the First regi- 
iijtLt aorofd, a severe batile commenced 
near tonrad'e Ferrj-, distant five or six 
miles. Belore the nrigaJe got over, i«€W8 
of a repulse of uur troops at LouradV Fer- 
ry reuchi d the Ueneral commanding, who 
Bent me an order in writing to *• coiiiraeiice 
inircncl.menis immtdiuttly" on thvj Vir- 
j^'iiiutide. W ah I be utmoi't digpatrh in 
irtnctjioK toola Were placed in the hauds «t 
the .Seventh Alichii^an Regiment, (whose 
guns were uiuiosi wurinless.) who did good 
Bervii-e; and very toon ritle pits were dug 
and other intrenchmenta were begun. From 
the commincemt-nt ol the croBeing on Moo- 
day, J wud ordered lu command ut the iroo|i!j 
at tl:e Ft fry, and m cbarge of ih.; mean* 
and manner ot disputing ol them, as the re- 
inlorctroeuiB arrived; also ol crossing them 
over ihe river. 

On tne arrival ot Major General Banks 
on the 22 J, I received the same order Irom 
him. I seized all the canal boats wjrhin 
two units ol the lerry, atove and beiow, 
and uil the flat, scow end row boaii^ to be 
found, uud put stvto Cuual and two scow 
bouKs iijto the foloiiuc Irom the eanal, 
placn g ihem in charge ol (Japtain Foote. 
Quarttrma^ter ot Ibe Second Ntw York 
blttleMiiiliu. who man.i^'ed ^Le cru-ding 



O Y S T K R 8 

RKCKIVKD DAILY BY KXPREf*.-;. 
NUKKSIO.VID, gOLK AGFNT8 

Maltbv'^ 

CELEBRATED BALTIMORE PRARL 

OY«TKRS. 

!r«^of«p/nre "•^'^er«d to famiUe. othe'eu, 

^i^l7K%^^l''^:t:i P--P"> aueaded to. Aod 

1861. WINTER 1862. 

AKKANaEMENT ! 



MISCELLAXEOUts. 



P. 



F. McQUlI^AN. 

WHOLESALE (iROCEK. 
iVntl ComixiiBBion Merchant, 



PETNOK'S NKW BLOOK 
J*"* LKVBg.8AIM 



FAL'L. 



QA8H PAID FOR OLD IRON, 

by the 
aovtZ-aiiao* 



BAIL BOAD rOUNDBT, 

At the crocBinc o Trout Brook. 



CARkTIlie Tua 



CO., 



iS< or tliwest'n Kxpresa 



AND 

THE UNITED STATES 

-^ . — i-l_i^ 



MAIL. 



froprtoton 

'RUANK A CO.. 



JHO. L. nSRlAM 



Th« Ro*tUiu-r wall .lockej with Kirni OImh Uuthm. 
<J..iicor<l CoHohe., with Oarefui »bU wiporlBoeaa i>ri»- 
^r». Ail uudor the oontrol of oompctent Aceata. 



OF 



schedulb: 

1>EPARTURB6 FROM tiAlNT 



PAUL. 



Kor UaatinjjH, aei Wiog. Bbh. e 
^u LA v:r»N)»e, (eonnectTng witli 
* It waukaf Railroad, dail' 



Wabaakatr.WiDouB 
tbe I.a Urooae aad 
C o'clock A, m. 



..-e^isk' a'" M'"a7d Ti. ^'"""»»'"'»— » wlce «ua,. ai e 

Mm,?.?-"*"??*?' *•"'"». Montloello, and St. Cloud- 
.Monday*. W . au,-aday. acd Fridaya at 4o'elook A. M 

W^nL " V5 **»»" J*-"'-'''- .»'r»ln«. Kori Klpl,.y and ..'ro» 
NV lUK— Mo..i.»y,., Mid If riiiH.y» at 4 (.'clock A .«. 

for rtt.llwattr— n»ll> at-Mi'cIock A.M. 

for M»rln Taylor', (fall, a d KalU t>l t OroU- 
MoDdayii aud Ihuradayg at a o'clock A.M. 
For Super jr-Kv^-ry .«ouda>, at 4 o'clock a .. 

Kor .S.n.rUr *iih c.ni. r-.l,»n» to KuyiWlrt-Kvery 
M .u.t ly and lluirs.U} ai 4 o'clock A.il 

F»r R.cbojoiii!, ; auk i euiM, Alexaudria. I'uUiUie Of 
l.rre. Breokifridg.-. and Fori Ab.rouibic ilou.Uy. 
%'i.l Kridaya at 4 o'clock A. ,M. 

For »i«orgri„w;, femuJua. hort .iarry. aud tb« 
Kb.1 i.»r, ivulemci Ever> Friday ui4 .'f-iock A.M 

^•: icurfKi oaic« 
or ai ibv OiHe* ol 



SUGARS— 200 BBLS. COMPRISING 
every T arl>-ty P. r. MoQ . ILL AN, 

FlSH-50 PACKAGES OF FRESH 
Mackarai, HerrioK >uid Oodfl^b 
_ovjM _^ r. F. McQLILLAy. 

pURE APPLE CIDER! 

TEMPLB A BKAUFRB hAve loaiote 
FirXY UABBBL8 Of PDBB APPLE CIDBB, 
whiah they offer at very low ttsurea 



Oall and examine. 
T. AU. 



Cfl BARRELS OP NAPTHA-AN 

*^V/ excellent lubMltuie twTurpenUoe.and warnuited 
any purp ge whlfh that U iu«d for, and at 6u per 



(or 
cent 1 
aawTJ 



F(/r aaie by ihe b»rr«i oc AalloM. 

At UpriAM A HOLMK8. 



1,500 



BARREL 

fta« Salt, At 



COARSE AND 

UPHAM A UOLH k:.s. j 



• ^i ; I. ;hc'r ^laiilcuUrt. . ti.)Uire »; 
) . Tliiru ntrcei. near lb.' 'Au«ncaB 

>^i Paul, .>o» £1 1861 



ook^iuiy . 



CKEiGU'lS Fiiu.Vl 

rbe unJd''.lgned aie i-reparo 



LA UEOS-jK. 



with gieai energy, so timi by Tuesday, the 
22d instant, at ten o'clock, a. ji.. we h..d 
cro-sul 4,500; UO or more ot Van AienV 
cavnry, utid two 12-poL.ud howitzer:* of 
liiekeii'aba'.tery, immtdiatcly in cn^rge oi 
Lieuieuduii K.iroy uu<l Woajrati" Abuul 
lour o'clock ou the 22d insianl, the enemy 
Were 8een ucvanciug upon us in force, 'ihey 
immediately and with great spirit and de 
termination, attacked our outpoHis near the 
woods, ufijaeer t to Goose Creek, to Ibe lelt 
and in Irout ot our lines, and about three 
miles irom Lttsburg. They nuuibcied over 
3,U00 in^anlry,with Home cavalry in reserve, 
Our lorctg met the attack wiib tqual hrm- 
nesB, and for a short ume the tiring was ra- 
pid, when the two pieces of urinlery open-d 
upon the eoeoiy a well directed fire, 
doing learlui e^ecuti.o, caueiog tuem 
to give way in very great confusion, and 
make a ha.sty retreat within their breast- I 
works near Leeaburg, suffering u los* ol , 
bixty kilitd and wounded, as ascertumed I 
from their wounded and from citizens in ' 
the vicinity. The lo=d in my brigade la one | 
killed, and one severely wounded, both t>e i 
Jongiug to Company 1, First Regiment ' 
Minnesota Volunteer-}, On tbe 23J i,y iLe 
Gentrai'd order, i directed further n/irench- I 
meets around the enemy's work.. I als j 
had tie teuces, yards and laoes barricaded • 
and strengthened with logg, rails, old pluWd. 
wagons and lumber. On '.he night ot the 
23, about se .en o'clock, the General ordered 
uie again to proceed to the Maryland side 
und lake charge o! the crossing oi artillery 
and more iruoj.«i. On arriving, 1 started 
across lour more pieces ot artillery. A storm 
ol wind, which hud been prevailing ail day, 
seemed to lorbid tne potjsibiliiy ol crossing 
inrtber re ntorcementd Irom this side. Pro- 
visions were getting bhort ; the artillery on 
the Virginia side were getting short ot aooi- 
munition ; the wind was setting strongly 
irom the Virginia shore ; the means ol 
transportation were heavyscows and clumsy 
canal boats, managed by poles — when at 
fight o'clock p M. 1 received notice Irom 
Major Geo. Banks that (j^neral McClellan 
bad ordered the withdrawal ol the whole 
loice rrom tbe Virginia to the Maryland 
side — and "t.iers to proceed with all energy, 
but quietiy, io make ne.esaary arrange- 
menta ou the Maryland side— and direct me 
to Cull to tliH work thebottiinen and luin^ 
bermen t.i the First lUgiment of Minneso- 
ta Volunteers, as it w.4s now evidnt ihat 
everyihin-jrdependwl on the energy, tourege 
and muscle of the boar men lu contend 
nguitst the lidverse wind storm. I bis de^ 
tail Whs niude, to wbich wa^j aodeil lOU men 
Irom Coiouel Krul>'d Maryland Keg i men t, 
loo more from tbe' Thiity-iourth \ew 
\ork Volunlttr?-, and loO from the Sev- 
cnin M ehigun Regiment. Iho plan being 
muiurtd. the .seemingly impossibie enter- 
prse was entend upon witii a npirit and 
energy that knt w " no nucb word as fail, " 
and between y o'ci'itk P.M. of the 23d 
and 5 o clock A. M. ol tbe 24th, every 
man, borhe, and piece ot artilhry was sale 
ly w inoruwn Irom the Viigmia tnore and 
luLdio on iiiis side airt»io wittiout an ucci 
Oei-t or the lo-s ol a m^n or liors.-, .■'ave the 
cau-^iity ol me hLjht. Ibe lorticude, en 
duraiice anu enug) iiispia^ed by tlie meu 
detailid to p«r:orm lbi> wuik, deserves tbe 
bigiiest coinniet.daiiou. Ibe Mi:jnesola 
lumtiermrn j)»-rl'»rmeJ their part with such 
skill a» to mint ^p«.llul noii.e. 

'J'he touruge and coo.nes^ ot the offiv-ern 
and men tl my bngttile, lo mo-t part, at* 
exbibited in ibtir ere.ssing ibe riTer,engug' 
ing tbe e(.(m>,ui)d I'jeii onlerly witnuriw- 
al ucroMjagaib, givr; reiia:»li- ussurunce of 
lueir tUiJieuey. li may not titj improper 
here to say tbat tbe rtauit oi this move 
ment, as a rccounoisdance, must provo 
highly beneh.ial to any fntare movement 
in that direetion. Each ordi r was strictly 
followed, and tue desired Jesuit accomplish 
ed. 'Irusimg mat 1 b»ve p^tormed sat- 
isfactorily tbe somewhat dillicull and re- 
sponsible duly to which GeuerBl Stone and 
General Banks assigned ine, 

1 am, very reipecUuUy, your obed.ent lei* 
vaal, \V. A. GORMAN, 

Brigadier General. 



to And rrook La Cruaae at 

SpeeiJil and I^ow Rates. 

AlauOetween Si i'h u aud Mew York, by 

•• ilKltCHAFN.S' DkSPATCH" OR KJtPRifiaS, 

A.X RKi:»UOli;t) KATE SI 

_iiov;adi«o J o. bdrrank acq . 

V'OTICE 



QA8H! CASH! 

PAID FOB COTXajTBAGS. 

'.' '.'. , , ." " in gooda 2X oenia. 

•* OLD 8B0OND UANU sroVKS 

'• OLD IRON. 
': " •• C.iypitR AND BRASS. 

•• LKa:> AND KKWTER. 

ZIM'. 

' KARRKLlS AND HOXKS. 

STldJICILINo *ORK nOMR, AND 8TK.VCIL TOOLS 
KoRSALK. 

FOR SALE. -A Rood asaonmedt of Tinware — And 
on con«l4jiiaif nt ftO.'JOO No 1 Shioglea. Also, on con- 
alanmeui, an aa^urtment of wrapping paper. 
A M •..*?~^'i f'"'*" "^ repairing done in tbe neate.t gtyi*. 
All klu:* of Luin,). repaired and allf-red. 

TrapH miide and warranted not to break, and wjlrt 
»'ry cheap, ai niaQulactu^erx' p-l.-e., at 
nov2»-iMiiio VKl'AL (iUKRIN'S 

StooH Block, Robert atreet, aign " T rap Facto -y ' 

ATTEN'I'lON 
A SCHOOL FOH MILITARY INSTKOCTION. 

(tNFANTrvV TAOTICK,; 
WILL BB OPBNBD OH THB 2d OF DKC, 1861, 

IN THK CITV OK ST. PAUL, 
And wiij contiane three monthi or looKer, If de«lred. 
Bl youiig roou for the poalUon 



gOOK A JOB P ^'NTING HOUSK. 



THE MUST KHENSIVE uFifiCE 



IM 



TliB Kroi=iTia:_-wEisT 



THE ONLI EmBLiSHIESTIN IDINESOTA 



BMPLOTINQ 



Steam ^Po^^er i^resses 



NEW MATERIALS I 



compribisq 



All th« 



ree«u. 
Paper 



V«r.i«tiea of 
and Cards. 



T]rp«a, 



YOUNG MEN 



to 



It la deatgued to 
cummaiMl. 

Tnt .sohool ol luiii'uciioo will ouiumeDee at 7 o'clock, 
ou Muod-iy, We«lneMia) >^adHaturdAy evenings of each 
•v«eA, or ever.v ^ vtintng m tue week, If deslrKd. 

TKlt-MS A.xf' 1>KT»IL« wni be arrasifed the fliat 
cteaiiiK or met-tiUK. . 

Api.lMjautM can leave lUeir nnineg at Mr i^UARLES 
1. KOVUZ' Kill aiore. ou Thiri street 

nutajlw' A HAIO- 



A. First Classi Binderv 

18 connected with the office, 

and special attention is directed to execating 
all kinds of 

Blank-Book BindiiiLr, 

From tbe h^ariPBt BLANK LEDGER down Ho 
CHECKS. 



r 



sr 



TO 



P A .S H E N G K It S 

S T A a F. r-; 

For 

ANTUONV A MlNNKAPULla 
o'e'LooK 



LKATK ST. fAOI. ATS 
A .\ 1) i 



LKaVK ST. 
AND 



AMilO.NV \t 



. .-4U 






FAKJ:;, 

imv£i 



FIPTV 



CKM'S 
J. c 



LACti WAY. 
UL ab^NK A I'O. 



Jo. « H. O. BUUBANK A 
• oo. 

iWenta tor lIuilaioji'M Huy Uc,, 
W'UOLEjsALE GiiOCfcKJS, 

iStoruutj. Forwitrdiut^ 

AND 
CO]VlJVIIe58IO>r MJb:ii< IIAN Ito, 

A'bolesale iteHltirslu grocrrik«. E.iur. pork, ijrAii. uut^ 
'ovlslipi:, .ime, ucmeul, piaburm;* U).<f, uitlia, imi, 
<'r(ni .xK'i wrAppug pApicr. t/rmicis- «iHuoner> . mc 
"■rt-lfe'ti.* • >iuractri] ooil. -a'tward an.l Wf.aiwkrJ 
a^a *ii . aacuH mada na e<'u<ti^nmraui. ni all Uiur 
. -Ujr atA.JiuiL. 

hr'ixh'.H I'ontrvt^J and yhlpmentx made te Fo 
'ihti y, auj tbe Red River country. 
;> rai.uK I'oiia-.aing |co.>u- '■> our carp. c»ii depends 
B briui proiwcied la re^^ard toovnr cha 

-■iea« .^^ lr.W(»Kl g..inK r'iteB Iti>. 
par' .jijirllne .♦r hoat. Storage ati«j 
•;>>p.»n4asir.a a' ...>w a* any reap^^ctablv house. 
Omee •• .i«i l<ev«e, ii»oi ol Sibley airee:. 

J. (' A U.C. BURBANK 
J.O. aUKKANK, o-ncral Agent for the 
"^u il«lil. r».i:..| I'u- * Nlli>::f"» ta P'trke' t' 



^^ 



APES FOR 

LllUe'8 double 



SALE. 

Hate, and one Bacon'* 



One large 
pa'.ent -afe. 

Formerly in uae at tbe Banking Bouii* of N. J.T. 
Dana, where they can be seen, or Inrormatlon ean be 
bad by addresamg. 

U. F. .U ASTKRSON, 
M Paul, Minnesota 



ao727 dlfflo 







1 LI 

AUlKNOk OF THK 



U"r>h.ani 

LOWBB 



C I L! 

QUK N CITY Oir, COMPANY, 
AT 

& Holmes, 

LEVKB, ST. PACL. 

100 BBLS. PETR'JLIUM OIL 

FOR SALE HY THK BARREL AND GALLON. 

PRIOK PUR GALLON, 45 < ENT8. 

ThU Oil ha« taken the prein una overall others at the 
New York and .MicnlKAn State fairs, an is warranted 
Oon-ezpluaiv», and to give eutiie aaUs.action. 
nov27 ly 



DAWSON, 

Land Warranu, SiAte, 



HOLLAND, BEBRY & 
B.\N1C£RS 
WUl I.UT and sell Exchange 
Oouuty and <'ity .scrip 
CoUectlona made, ana promptly remitted. 
Saff ii.vestmeuu made, and Tatps paid for nonresl 
deuts. 

Third Klrert 



Cards, 

: Cards, 

> 

Cards, 

Cards. 

Printed on our LIGHTNING CARD PRESS, at 

the lowest rates and on tbe shortest notice. 
FOR STYLE AND EJecUTION, SEE SPECIMENS, 



:SKWix\a MACIlUStki 




Reduction in the 

PRICES OF 

Standard Machines, 



LEGAL. 



LEGAL. 



il^WhreAaWUlmiuC.U(w.«I.U»aek|oi8att..P.a,t ilr!"*'**^ SALE— DEFAULT 



#ELL 



Io 1, 



KNOWW TO BK THE BEST 

MANDFAirrURlNti PBRP08EB. 

Stiuule Machine, formoily sold at >0u, reduced 

to *7a 

Bo 2, Shuttle M.achme, formerly sold at $1(M, redup--<l 

k> S7A. 



«d,)9i 



»res9 Uakrre, aud 

pnr- 

LUI • 



SINGER'S LKTIEH A MACHINE, 

U the brtt Machinf In tbe world for Katnlly sitwmg 

IJi^ht M ActUaeiunag f urpoeea. 
Price, , wuh UemiBer.aui beititiiuliy oroai 

W« W«Miid bM tur oar LJklikJi 4 
-peflM attention of Vest Maker., ant 
iBoae who want MachlreafMr i^'h' n 

tuocn lix') cmriiidy Ujc , 
tK MucALnoii, Ui.hliiK llkt u,r,ii, iii lutr 
and are desiimd oi be aa cru braieU lor Fami y McmM 
And iiKht man lilac lunng purpoaei, a> our iiaoulacniriuS 
■acdiu-s are tor «aauui oiurmg ourKefes l« jreneial * 

t.-WULV .■^^;VV1.^1J MAt;Hl*tfiM are faiuablf lu wo^ 
fortloB to tbe number of tma^s thej can do weU Se* 
yhai ours can do before makiug a puiebase 

Ibere Is no doubt an \*> the ralne oi our MachrueH tor 
■anufacturtng purposes out it is oul> o; late thai ih« 
f ublic Deg.»n U) learn loat the eaarniial elemenie oi a 
•achlcr : est aiapte.l 10 the henTiest wur^, wonl>' al<i« 
be he elemeuiu uj be embiMlied in a Family .M.ciiio,,, 
It la now w»ll underaiootl laatoar Letter a Macliiue m 
the only Family .Machine yet offered to the public which 
has Kimpiiciiy, rabidity, durability , aud certaiuty of cor. 
rect action. 

Wnil«a» a general thing, the uewlnitmachlne i eopt» 
Are eandid enough to u knowledge ma: our machiv^i 
Are uiiequaled lor manulaoturiDg purposes, they ar« 
almoat sure to asaert, in ib.^ same brea.h, ihat Singer's 
Letter A, or iCamlly .Maphine- are no; as g.~i4 as ti ^i' - 
""* il* "^ °^^* ^'o^ Ol U« trade, and we connaeo.ly m 
Tile ihoae inlerehioU n. inc nubjeci i* eiaojioe lor aiem- 
selves, and see wbat our Letter A Familv Hachiuea. 
With all the reoei,t improvrmeuta, f.re capable oi uolun. 
While ihey WiilaeA tbe most Oe lie ale materl.i .w per- 
BBc.iou, as alieaCy Ktitod, they are ateo adan d to llitiil 
■aunlacturiug ^arpos s, aud thta, be It remembered, 
can not be sAid oi any ut the oUier Kamlly Machines yel 
offer' d ID the public. 

Ihe No.. 1 aud J Machu.. = ar>- ,.1 ,;reui ca^^a. .ly ai.4 
Al>piiuauou iur iuaui.>ciurtug purpuaea 

OiiT Nu 3 ^avhiuea are twpeviAliy ailaptad lojUl a^n ^g I 
and eavy Lraiiirr VY««r«, lu ctirnat;*^ liioiminc, 
m>ot and .-hoe M tiog, Murueis .tiakiug, kt iiityarrt 
al exiia ur, wi.b ai. aim lout; f^u oiigti to lakt uiiuer if ! 
•ud stiich Lhe lanceat sued Uanbea. 

■ here In 8caretri> aui part ol a Trimuj.rb' Htiichiiig 
that cniiuoi b« «euer ausie with ihem than v* hauU i aJj 
too, the Having of Urn aud labm- 1; ver> jjreal 

'ibe table 01 llJe^.- n aeolnee U J4 luche* lou.;, aiid the ' 
shuttle will bOid 811, iiuiKS .IB much itiicaJ ,» Ute ahuiUe 
oT those u ed fur tAlluring purii^aen. T: 

The large macbinea work as ful ts kmAU ones 

we have alwavs ou baud ilem(ijiu« baage., Mljk ' 
Twist, Liufcji and UHlon 1 bread uu .pools, ueul Ma 1, 
chlue Oil, in Hotlle..., Ac., Ac. 

We mauulattiii. ,1,11 o.- n Needlfs. auJwoildwarn I 
all tieraoua ujuuii.wur tuaoUiuea uoi i>j l>uy n^ Mima i 
We snow ibai thrr.- -irr ii.*eillet< goM ol the moMt inle- 
rior f.iAlii) , at iilgbw pimea tnaii we ihargti lor the 

TheBeo.lcHs.il; l>j um are uvaJiutactiueJ especiallj 
tor our macbines. A bat^ needle luay .euder tbe work I 
ing ol the best macUiue almoai useieos. { 

Our I'unoimers may r. ci assured ih a ail our bianch 
oOiccsare furnis^ej wilUiiie " yeiiiuDekfiii'i, ," | i 

lucaaeoi lijaatl (..urckasea, tiKiDiiue)^!!) he sen' in 
p.taUiKe Htaiupa, 01 bank notes 

49- Uur tJwrresvuudeula m 111 pleaM* lu wMt« , 
their names dlhtluetiy. it it all ImportAut that we 
ahoulJ. in eacb eaati, icn* the I'o^^t oaice f uuiv an.l 
Htat- 

ft#-.\ll persons re.)utrtni- iulormatiou about Sewiug 
MatLiueit, their s'zea. prlceH, working capacities, aud 
the t>«ai methods pt purehaatug, can ublaiu u by send 
lu*,' to 11-. .)r any ol our ilraucn .itllces lor a > ..py oi 

'• J. M. SINOER Sl CO'b 



lu lii««oa«ly^of Ksinary Alid :<tJ«te of ill 
dereaaed, on the £id day o May. A I) l-<. < 

an J delivered to David Saifbrd, ol the sai. , 

I iTUiiu ludeuiore ot mortgage ol that a. u-. .v. 

J e«i«led in the ofllee 0( U« RiBKiater xj L. • . lie 

sail ("ounty of llamsey, Iflinesi.ia, on tiic w..:. 
M.j, I66u, at II o clock A. !1 , in ;>.>,k ■■>j" ui 
t;rs, on pigen 4a». 421, *ti iinrt «a, -wteretn u.t -.-.., 
M illlam ('. . .ray did gran . t<»igalu, aeil ; J oohvey 
(in iniiri^'i.^. ) to aiuU Oawo baulord, his li>...i aud .>- 
signs, tne louowiug deai-ribM piece or parcel (.il lAnJ, 
situate, lying and being lu raid 1 ouuty ot RamAey, Mln- 
ueso.a, VIZ; 

I lie uoriu ball l>fcj el the u .rlbcaaluuHrierf^Jof sec- 
, ti„ . uii!iiti..r iweutytwoIUljur lOWMUp ti.imber twt■L■ 
| i; ri. :. 1^ ol rauge nuoibrr Ixeuty three i^J HtbI, 
AOiii rbt) itJUj acpiB ol lau.', accurilMM l4i the 

Ol" iirvey tbciol, iogeiher wiLhMHafidBhiga- 

lar lue lit'i trduauiei lA aud lippiirt«tiauce.< theri uulu lu 
AlUI Wia« a^VruWQIIK. «.i re ibe |.a>mruioi ihr 

MMB of «6t8, aud luttrrr ai Ue rate ot ivkeive 

per ce t per ■.onuui, u ' tbe coudiUousoI two 

pruu.i>,»..r> u.trs, d .iru ..... , _,.. day ot M«i , ls60, exe 
cuied bj ^aid V\ iiiiam ■ . Ill ay, ^.aya: le ana ae^.veirJ 
an ioik>«j| : i>u. luasiA l>avia Haalurd lor %t6, lOid ■ ue 
to M. 11. ^Sautord f..r $BOU. b jtL due one year Irom the 
atr thcreot, auJ botb now lU the po•i»e^slou if aud con 
'.ruiled by sa;.i i.and .S.iul«rd. 

Aua »aer.-»8, » .iJ Willi %iu ^'. Gray did, on sal.l iVl 

7.*^ "if i***.* "Vf^'z.'SP"' "*"•• e»»«utu and dciirer toiwM 
i>avid tlAiminli^^kiu lu^teuture eratseeijient of Sat 

Oaie, «,L.cL wa- Als„ rrcortcl lu me olhceoi lUe i.e^u 
ler ol 1. r.:, ol baM rounl., ..; ..ain»ei.in ibt record. 
«„1>'L ,,""".'* •.'" ^'i!!"^" *l'-l on lUe page. aloieBiiii 
withaatu ludealuMof MMrtKage. wnereoy ^a,d Wiaiam 
t . i.ra>, ,n c.,u-idera;.on o tne .urn of one doiUr m 
him in Laoa paiU t,j ba,iu D.nul .-aulora, and in luriher 
c BSideruiMM 01 the sum ot »5^ loaned by said i>...vTd 
.Saatoro i« sa.d WtlHam t. . Ttii, . ana lor wLich wua iVo 
droiiiib^(*y nole^ wer« ke.inira, Oi.l, i«,r hi»«iMl hia 
heirsa di««itB», waive At<l aurreuder to aaid o'avid 
Saniotu. bis tieirs si.a a^sigoii ioi . ver, all hl« and the.r 
right «ua beneia ol ihe reOimpi.,,., ot lue .aia laud.auj 
premise?, witn iheu lenementa ai;<1 bereditame 
scribed lu aaid Indeutiire ol iaorl|>iage 
case il a naie o. Said lands Aud 
closure ol said 



..fit;. 



1», dr 
alurestua. lu 
prt/tuiBcs upo . a toie 
mortgage. 

Aii.1 ^ala v*iiij did also, 11 ana b> aam inUeutuie aud 

ieeui»-i.t utiaen!>ke ana ;(gr<-c tor u.uiseii n., 

. i asai^ns, ii ue.aunBh;u be mad in the 

ol the eiitUB ol in'iu,-y accoriiuj, v> .aid two 

notes hecureu l<i tjf paiti bi fcai.i mofigag.-, 

ihereol, ibai said ianus and premiaeM. »iin' Uirir ten.-- 

meuiaana hereoiu^menta aeaoriue.l m aaid morisate 

rb.iald be B0I11 under and l>y \ir.iie 01 said mortgage' 

without the benelliur ngn, « nimaell, oruis hen s or as' 

signs, to redeem Uie oamr .1 anj pan lher.-oi and uta 

aaad s&le ahooid be abaoiuic iraai uh; date inercoi 

• Au.i wnrreasinere touo*, ai.ne aat.- ol .ui. u.)liee 

eiaimed 10 be due aud u due ou taia nromik».,ri uu*«j 

la... ■ortgAge, ihe sum 01 nine auudred aud eight v eisbt 

dollars an. 1 ninrij-iUiee cei;.. ^.gui 

, AuU » nortai aaid Uavia .Sauford heret.rtore Kai .- uo 

;tice .i coraiu„t.il..w. ol ii. - sao— I aia vreui^,e, »i.d 

the foreclosure ..la»Kl mor^jage. wbieh saleTna ,.!?^ 

cniBure *»aB. on l.ie loth daj ^ July. im,i, eaijiura lu 1 

ac.ion cju.m.-uced in tl,» 1 i..,irict « '.un o: a .u e..u., 

"' Raa.B«y " '— • •■ 



Ueira 
paymoBt 
prumlAatiry 
>r any t<ari 



*>l 



HUe.<..u 



. .Jure.l 
no pa/t 



» A Z K T T K/ 

Whiil. '.3 a boa tiful Pieb>Hal Paper, entirely dcwted 

< lu it^^ sithjeci. 



and lure 
an 

-^ . '•"^-' 'eorge W' ArmaUouji "».i 

plaiuilll. and said XMvldSa;ii..ru deundaut anotihicn 
ktaiU aiiioi , ou he i^th U»y ot uciuher lualaai was 11,. 
^lh.eaoo m.jU.-uof ai.l Jeleudan.. """•■• ""■•' lif 
I An.l U.J bailor proceeding ..; lau except as aloresaid 
)>a^ ;;eeuhadur tnatiluied uncover thev-cir 
by aaia mortgage, or ««^ ^.art Uicieul, auu 
llMireoi bai* IiKku paid. 
^ *(>w , ihereiore, uoucc »,. nerBb> kivwi thai .leiaah 

hasbeirnlna eiu Itir I..UU ..loi L.-aaidMln o; j,!*.-eiti 

due a* aloresaid. and laai asid ■MM-.gage.i prem.g^g win 

beaoia bi ine .>henU ..1 i.iia c..,i.,u «.| itam*,-! ai 

|mbuc Aaetiou, undur and b , vir.ue ol ^ i „« , , ^i\^,. 

poniained in said mori*at«'. wi Uie ui^uaal bidder lor 

a.b at the trout .loor .,; lUe Com-; Jiuuae. lu Uia ciw 

1 M, Paal, lu the totiniy tf Katowy and .suu- ol Mm- 

e»oia, ou tue.wm dA|C.«tl SiavaBiber, AD 

'clock lu Uie lureuouu 01 ibai 

ay the amount due on »alJ 

a^Mi. ai. Ih.^ aat«, iutU «x law 

Ualea v>t toiiei U>, lM<i 

UAVXl) «AJVr Ortli, 



mar((age 

led , »C « I: 
Oilhr 

.Vfarx 

». as u„ .. . ^.. .Ji aed, ui uie 
...r aaid itasiaet' c: .ttu 
i54it. »l*^ u'i-,.»c-K ■ 

<'U 1 a^a* 2CI 
»o. J Iglehar 
coinejr Aud cii..., .u .t 
heirs and iasigu-, torevtr 



tiUon •! a ceilaiu 
/, A. M., UJM.eieou 

■' -> llarwooa ii;leharl 

and ai«ie .,1 Minai^oia uj 
place, ana «ni h mor ga«^ 




haiVaiu 
^ne said 
all tboB 



eels ol landkfWair lyraiAidVeWiu't^',!^^'-''""" 
oi Kami-.-) aufl .S'ate of Slhr. . "^ 



!da:>- H Kh nai t . 
ihe kAM Iiaru«A>u 



■<^''. aUen 
; "-y Wbiufry ha,' 

iteaorlb^-ft. fcuow.. loViiT **°"'' ""'^ '^"^^^•"i'iS'aud 

LoLoNoloar s 1. aud »u, i6; Ji b.ocit N ... 

C^^i^{'\ * .Mai.hlli.s A.w'ti^'Lr'ilU 

UltfOfJiLlau „. lou,.. recorded piorii,eri.o? 

to secure to tbe 8-.u^i»iy *» f'uory, her b.ir. exefXl^' 
AdmiuUiraior- . r aasUka. the inJviiM-i.i ', -J^*"- ""•'•■ • 
tbrw feuuaMA >.. .rfr"',^.'.»-'>"^«'' ->< the sum ot 
coudlton oTT -cowj.ug to tbe 

bearing eieu 
" , ' — '- - ■ <: H as u.ade D . 

1 *"'**''•'" ■A"! •urn, pavaul* MM 

year alter da e. to tb.- orv^ulaaw ii.ry H nierv »^ 
int re8i iberrou a. ibe rate .rf la ier cent ^r '.^2^? 
iibyabieaeiu.-<^t.uaii> *^' S^i^, 

Aud Where*, lb re :s uorw claimed to Lp d. r «. 1 
date 01 iiHs luMw o». aaid bou- aud mo tgag^ ' ^ '.« 

«»451 Mlaudnopr ceeuiug. .tjaw or oto;,*!.! ^Tj, 
been Lad or iitfiuiiMkl lor ihe .*«over, of u^u t„^\* 

how. Iber. fore, m.;i.e is hereV.y give.^, .hat nj virtu- 
..I a power of a*l« eon«»i»ed ui .aia »ortg^« * J^a ?n 
MMNM^ui Ibe statute m sucn ca»e piovSt^'.^^L^i 
5 *!Hg-*" »>« lo.cio.ed by a eale o; tl.e pr^^t 
wT^XST^^"*^' " Pn«>"<^««etwu, lor cash i" 
lb- hlghcsw kiaaer. at tke r..ut dooi* of ike tour- LoT;! 
iiUlje.,.iy I* t.r-aul. tb Said ijuuuty ol Kamier Jli 
Wedue^da, tie lilh day „i January, A D. i^a^'* 
oclo^-n luibe for nojoof hat day, ay ike Sherln • .«." 
t^u.ij, to iaiisiy lUr- amoual wnich sh.U mm b« t.u« 

^^l/the'skSJe*" "' "•»F''«^'«U ofKa.a ^ aut 
Dated at iu f »«». iyui Sitittu. her, 1^6) 

MaBY keHIKJERV, 
H. Ual.«.AUyfo. Il.,r .,..- """^aw 



■• Ait'y fot Mor agee. 



(] UAN CEEY SALK. ^ DidTlilOT 

V^court Oi .he Lulled .siai« tor the OUtrtct ol Mie 
^ojcpuW.Uui v.. Wuiuim WorUiingham and Lu.-iodA 

,._ , IN OUAKCKRY. 

1-ur.uaui I., the urd^r ana de*i; o. il* ^.."1°?"". 



COUl 1, madr 

this c 



iicerv 



, , -bove H meu 

- l.ii- Jajxc ierm tne.-eol, A. K laoi 
tne uodeniigti. ii Maacrr in Lb 

SL'LJLilt""*' *'a "''""' '"'*"«= """^^t'on. to the high 
SiSiSr "^ *'*•* "" •*»"«»•», xb* th,rt!«ih day ot 

the pUceul h.Hdiun.;^t«,tia »'ta 'e""*' "''™""' '" 
lu Itrown's lilock, Thlr.1 



iriit ol Wluuesoia, the |wlluwui« u 
t^ouniy ui iieunepiu, iu aa d 1 



1S61, al 111 
aay. 10 baLi.ly abA 
proiuin-Di-y notes auu uiori- 
u» l or eei ueu re. 



oclLS-dlawttw 



I he ture«.JinK uaie is poiitpo.ied auiil the ilst .lay ot 
pecember. 1 b64 . allhe »am.. i^oM aud vlacV * 

I llaied Aov. 30:h itt>l. ^^ ."'•»=■? 



de^i dtu 



MAV lX»(»AMF4iUO, 

Murtgaf(«e. 



PAMPHLET WORK 



Of all kiodd executed at the loweut rates and 

in superior stile. A« a specimen we 

refer to pamphlets printed for 

the Masons and Odd 

Fellows. 

Compare them with the work done elsewhere. 



«i^ 



t WILL BR 8KNT tlRAll; 



'-t. faul Mlanesota. 



uov2Sdly 



1 



N O K K S O r, L • S BLOCK 



jn ir'irluiere 

iOf Hoods I JI r, 

'I'ctiivf" of any 



N 



r> 



k i^O- 
(^talena 

rnuaiiv 



MlOKLLANiiOUS . 



H° 



G A N & (; A M P 



Would inv'.te ai; A neir old irieud*. and a 
oues a. w.li e>aie to their- 



inAuy new 



jSTE^y toTORE, 

2 DOORS BELOW their OLD .STAND, 

Third Strf-et, between Robert and Minnesota. 
WHKRliTHIiV HAVE OPENKD OUT THEIR 

SPLENDID ISTOCK 

OF FALL AND WINTER 

aooDS, 

VVklob they will sell at prices th^t will give sAsUtActloo 
dscl 



UP11AM& Hv,>LMKS. 

WHOLESALE GHOCEhS, 
OOMMISHION MKKCllANTS, 

ANl> ALiCR;! I .i HUAT A BAR ^4TORI£.^ 
u J. W. Simpaon'a Warehiiuae, 

... i'l'J-Ja«:,iu l.-..»Hr l.t-vpo., .si I'aul, Minn. 



u HUSH 

L L A N 



WtL! I. a PiWaoK. 

D A W 8 O N 



IT O L L A N D & 

DEALERS IN LAND WARRANT.S, 

8T\r , <'OL' >TV, .VND CTV .>*CR!P. 
tVii iilsibuy and sell Heal Kstate. pay iazea, Ioai 
aoney. sell Land Warran:.'*, on (♦ue or two years' 
im-', Ac, c 

• pp.Mit.. HKA'.SkN * BAHVas- BANK. .SL Panl 
o-3!-.l»»i*Al 



HoMuniont ilsc. (jrordon, 

O li C3 c K K s 

AND t:UMM16SiON MERCHANTS, 

LAkl-EVT-.; R'.v; (ILP STAND. 

CORNKR THIRD JACKSON STB. 

ail. '2l dA wl , 



It 



EMOVED.— M. JKRMOAN Ri^:. 

KLiecituUy lalorui-i bis old c<iiiti>Dieni hikI ihe public 
generally, that tie baa rem.ived fc'n .sbaviug h.mpor.uu. 
Ir.im ih> Interuntloual in the Merc'iaiitM Hotel— rowii on 
Jaokaoo street, '.Jiinl di«)r Irmn tbe corner of Third. 
Fartieiilar atienti.ju will be paid lo ibe emiin..; .unl 
dreaaing ot eniidren'shair. I! at and whiskers colored 
Il ih.- n-m w tvla. laii.i-dl « 

S» S 1 O >i l!. K ' 6 N U T 1 C K. 



A 







U K 



il 



THIRD -tlRKlcr... 



O U 8 E , 
R,t«8taumnt untl Baloon, 
BY HENEkY F. E. YITT, 

^T PAPL 

Oppoile Flonenr Ouardi' Armory. 
Th<« house IS ciiuductedon th« Kuropeau principle 
- .Vmilxatallliourit. Tbe bar is stocked with the duett 
trnt'Oi ted Liqu'.rsaDd thgars. 

H.! ts In rn<;ei|)t dally ot No 1 Oysieis, Which ar« 
served up in any and every St >le 

■ be oiil) bo.ise lu tbe city where pure fhilaJeiphla 
Porer «nu Aie can be bad, daeUdSmo 

K W 8 O N ~ 



THE UKEAT SALE OF 

L) K \ (jh O O L> H 

la OONTINUBO AT TRB 

F: W STORK 

or 

W. Ingersoll <Sc Co. 

IN INGKRSOLL'S BLOCK, 

And at prices 10 many instances less than ihe actual 

cost ot importation and manofuctcire. 

Much nt the immense Ht.<;k now iffereji for sale ha*^ 

been sele.-ted from tbe large AucUon tteles ot Dry 

(iooda ill ihe city of .New York, at panio prices. 

THKIR LARGE .^TOCK liF 

FANCY DREH8 tiOODS 

OF SVRRY VARtkTY WK tiUi'.ITY, 

WILL BE SOLD AT FKICBS TO BOlT TUE TIB I*. 

.Mottled Morel la Cloths, Irom 1(1 io I6c. per yard. 
I'laid P.iii de t.'heveres, Kmtiroidereo foil de fbevres 
Kvery variety of Challeya, Kmhrotdered and 
IJrey (irisaUles, B.ue, Ureeu an.l I'ii k 

itarrege Lexafina, Knglish, French 
and American Mousseliue de Lainca ; 
Printed Lawne iigreai variety. A »^ ..i.uiu slock 

I N (i }1 A M S. 

AldO, 

Bluok anil Rich Fanoy Silks, 

Men aua Hoys nuuimer *ear . Kroadclotha ; Black 
aud haucj (;a^4lmeie.s, .salUueu, aud Summer Clolha. 

atao A VBKT LABCC STi^k or 

H0."^1EKY. liLoVES AND EMBUOlDERlfia, 

PAi;u.sOL.s, 8UN UMliKELLAS. Ac. 

Also a largr- -lock .>' 

UOMKSTIC AAD FORWGX GOOD.S 

hv ihe piece -r package, i,,r ite country trade. 

Country JVIerolianta 

Can purchase their tioods ui us, and save tluit and 

m.juey. We also Invite tbe attention ul the La- 

dlfs to .)iir .New Slvies 01 t'lirtiks and 

MauiiUas. i-ur entire xtoc.V will 

be sold lor 

• A.SH, AT rlillKS 10 Dtr^ l•0MPB;TIT10^ 

The public ar»- luvited t.i vIhH our New htor.-. 

I). W. INGiittSOLL * CO., 
»a»>i* ■'** ■"- '^■"!. M:nneH.,ta . 

* I AFAYKTTK," MINNESOTA 

FREE HOMES TO SETTLERS. 

Tfu- irojiriotors o( theto«uoI 

LiAFAVK'TTK. 

i-.N TUB HUD RIVKK 0/ THK NORTH. 
Will make liberal dODatlou of lots to all persi.na who 
wilUeitle iipiin and improve the Hame. This town is 
siiuaied 4ii .iiiien below K.irt Abereromble and laii 
ujiie>. above Pembina, and directly opeosiTB tub 
MOUTH or TBB t^ucrBJink aivkK, is tbe centr- of one ^.| 
tbe ri.Miest vale>r, niid best agricultural regions in th> 
world u abuadautly Hupplied with wood aud water 
andtheroiinry .niund it has been recently surveyed' 
and IS now .ipen to settlement. The town mark*: the 
head .1 naviiiaiion .n the Red lliv»'r of tbe Nonh aud 
IS .(.tally . nceaslble, the line 01 sUge from Ht. i'a'iil tn 
I'-obnii paanlng ihere semi-weekly. No portion 01 
ih«i .rr.-iL we-'t .)ller» more inducementN to settlern 

Por inbirmatioi. ad.lress J >HN K. IHVlNs;, Ksq Si 
Pall:, .viiiir.?.<ot» aiar24-d Awlv 

p 1 O N E E K FOUNDRY 

AND 

AgricuUui'al Works- 

.SAINT PAUL, Mlone otA. 

The subscribers having ented tha 

PIONKKK FOUNDR-V 

AND 

MACHINB WOBU, IN THIS CITT, 

and pat It ID good working order, are prepared to 
PURRISH «;A8TINa8 AND MACHINB WORK AT 

ASTONlSHIJSaLY ^LVW HATES. 

Being practical Machlnlsta, aud doiugago.»<1 propor> 
lion of the w.irk .mrselvea, we defy competition with 
our prices. 

Having the largest lod beat aaaortment of patterns of 
establishment west of Chicago, we Ban furnl<>h 



Posters. 

Posters. 

Posters. 

Having the largest PresaeBin the Slate, we are 

enabled to print a single sheet POSTER 

larger than any other oflBce, and 

for the same rates as charged 

for a smaller sheet. 



Vie have made the ab«re «| 

KRDUCTION IN PBIC"'^ 

with Uie iw.) fold 'lew of beneiloog the public au.l our- 
selves. Ihe public nave been swiudled by spurious 
lOacJiineH uia.fe in iiullatl.in o: ours. Tiie uic:al In them 
irom lUr- iidu casuug to the smallest piece, la o' po<r 
ituallty. ILei luakrrs h»\o not lUe mrau< to do their 
%t«»r. well. lb.-y -ire hid away lu secret places, where 
II wolill tH- linp..8-lble to have at their command the 
propt-r luevi ai.icai applia.ices. 

I; i« only by d.nug a gieatbu«ioea..t, and havljg extei - 
alte ui»i.ol..c'.iiring <-ki.iI lisbmeuta, th .t g..K<d luaclilues 
oau be uiada al moderate p ices. 

The 1 est .1- signed machlues. KADLV MADK, are al 
Way« .Ubl« 10 g^t on; .1 order, aud aic sure lu Coal 
con-iderable ir.mble and money to keep tbem Ik re- 
pair 

'Ihe ..uitiUifa to he Uaiked tor lu a Macbiue. are 
cenaliiiy wl uofiecl atinin al all rae» ot bpred, mm 
plii-lty 01 cisuairueaon, great .lurabuity, and ranidity ol 
operatn.n, » lib the least 1 tbor. 

Machine/. !oe .mbme ib^-r r-wentml ^.laiitles, must be 
made .1: Ihe brni metal and iiiU*bed i.> perteeiiuti We 
nare the ways aud n.e m, .,u a gr.uia tCMe, to do thi.t 

1 he purebaH. r- o .VIbcUi.m-s, wh ■., a..ly bread ii ui -v 
ioncern wi I iliio that ibose baviiip lue »boTe qnallti^i 
not only work weU at rapid as aeii as .low rates ol 
speed but ia..t long in the nuesl poi>>ihie workiug order 
tJtir machtn»-«, as made by u.. V iii em luor.- money' 
wl.h 1 sk labor, than a:jj .. ii.-r.i. w..rilier in imnailoii 
■ four- or not. Id la.ft they arc eL.iap<r tnaii auj other 
Vlaeiiine. 



LOCAL AOKNT.S WANTKO. 



lor Ibe 
render their 



IN PROBATE OOUBT^iiAMciEY 

A. COr.V; 1, .Nl AlK UK Jal.N.NA;-..l.A 
. Ata>pcciai Irrmoi the .'rooaie < .. ,n, held in una 
U,t the » oiiniy Mi wamsey. a, M. PaiU. on ihuraday, the 
7th day of .N<.v.-inber, A. 1) ISt'.l. >•••«■/, lue 

in me mAiior w the omvM ul Juses K. Hevward 

^rcea-.ed - --.u. 

Lpou reading and tiling tlie petition oi the admiuis- 
u-au.rsiu ^ald matter, praying lor an oroer ol "eu"e 
ih sell tbe re 1 eauae ol «he said deceaaed a«a """* 
lurtaei time of sli moutlis in wLjch lo 
tkial AocvUAluD fiaid maUt-r-- 

li IS ordered that iuariday the lUih dav o, n.. 
o»-mber, A. O , isiil, at 10 Volook in the for^l 
, iM,on, ai .be olliee ol ih ; J ud*e ol Prob.ie Tu 
He ciiy ol >i. Paul, be aas gtied I. r the he-nug ul'said 
peiil.ou, andlhAlibe heusai l*w « AAid do^^red. ^^j 
all oiber persons interested in the said ratate aJI, i>. 
.lUireaioappearalaaesaiou ol the «tH.ate Coin then 
abd Ihere lo be hoidcu and aiiow cause, ii anv lUai^a a- 
Why the prayer of tbe said peUUoucr hhouid no; nV 
grauled. ^ 

Andltisfuriheroidered. that the said petitioner ci.-a 
n»lice to al! persona lutereabad lu aAid estate ol the uen 
d«ucy ot Ibe said peutiou, aud the hearing ibereoi b\ 
cAusiug a copy ol ihia ordei 10 be pubilahed m tbe r-uf 
u»er and Uemocrat, a newspaper published atst rauL 
lu said county ot ii^uoaey tor sui auecesMVe weeks 
premouslo said day ol bearing 



to wit 

Lots 



Uistrtci tJourt, 

treei, tuy ol Sii. i'aul l»ia- 

reuuatss ., ,ru- in lue 

Itsirict ... MiunesL^a. 



*..h. «ii ?. 1^ V I i'*""! "iilCj, in ecUoniwenty- 
eighii281. m u>anBhipiw«A»y.nlBe iW north of ry.7.- 
twenty loor (241 west, contafning !«» ^cres excenUn* 
five aore- de».ribed In a e,-riain rel. ase *\e. ,?l 1 rf 
Mid .loaeph w uoit, by hu attoinC, i* fJci JuK ^A 
1«7, aii.i r cur.tert in tr.e Henn-pm .-ol^ntj Reg",l, ' 
Deeds, ISO-.. K „i .M^ng.iiL.,. p^^e s;u "*«<"" J - 

M. Paul uctuberi;, ieol. 

tilCURUK W PKB8<X>TT 

W W.LK.H . ."ygf > <'faaneery )■ «mj ca'iae 

w ■ vt ifjuii. PtAitifl»aaollBiior. ocia dbw 

0OLKT-" aTATK OF. 

8KCUNO DlSTRIi-T, CfiL'NlA-'' 

William R. Nohie ■■A t;aarM« I< ii.._„i 
Robrrl Whltacre aud vTlt uIH^u ""'"«'- "»»"'•' 

felummuDv— 1" or iveliei. 

*° Tbe biate o: Minueaola" 
dauib aud e.ce .>! ihe^j. 

VouaoU each .ji you are herebr summoned 
unirea '" anawer Uie eoinplaiuiiu'tblsacUon wh>f» ru 
f a.il, Ml:inf fcoi.,, and to serve a copy of youran. 
Ui the ea.u cmplaint OD«fc««abacrtber 
— Hoy ward's Miuv-k, in ' 



lUSTmUT CK 

mJ M I.K.N fsoTA"- 
OF KA.V.SBV. 



th« ab«v« aamed defeu 



ana re 



•.We: 
r, at hiM oiiic- 
. . _ St. Paul, Miuuesola »iir..,. 

tweai, days alter th* aervlce hereof, eaciwUe o tit 
day o, .acb service , and ii you tail lo auswei- ihl 
said comilaini.wlthln Ihe tim- alotetaid ih» in^...^ 
m thi. actioa will app.y 10 the co.r^^'or thVTe' e! 
demanUed in Jie coaipiainu re.iei 

Dated Aognst »!, 1 er. 

MuRRLs LAMPilkV. 
PlAlPtiq '< Alioroe) 



nov»-6w!<At 



^uvs-d6w 



J.F. 



HOYT, 

J u.l(je ot Probate. 



1. M. ssinji;ei- 

45H liUOAi>VVAi, 



A^ c;o.. 

MEW VOKK. 



.MILWAUKEK OFFICK, 17 NBWMALL HOUSB. 
I Hl'\vOO OKKICK, 50 CLARK ST. 
-MK. HhlMtV MURrfl.- A.llv.NT IS ST. I'AUU 
ticilV 



BLANKS, BILLHEADS, CHECKS. 

Having the only BLVDEBY connected with a 

Newspaper Office in the State, we cuu 

execute all descriptions of 

BLANK BINDING 

with greater 

NEATWE8H. SPEED & AT LOWER PIUCES, 

than any other establishment. 



fl 



E S 



N 1' V 



FANCY COLORED WORK 

In this department we have an almost entire 
monopoly of the work done in the City and 
State. Our assortment of Inks, Bronzes, Ac. 
is large aud our workmen accomplished. 



deduction in P^rices. 

To keep pace with the hara times, and tho 
general redaction in prices, we have reduced 
the prices of all descriptions of PRINTING, 
leaving the smallest margin for proflt--hoping 
in the large amount of work done to make up 
for the nduction 

Tee employment of STEAM MACHINERY 
enables us to perform work with GREATER 
CHEAPNESS than is possible on the old fash- 
oned presses in use in other offices. 



R Y M c K E 
UKALER IN 

KKAl^ KSTATK 

ST. Paul minnrkota. 

ft*- Will a so lucatn LAND WARRANTSaud sell 
RK.M. KSIATK IN I.'OMMISSIOM. • 
December 1. 1861. _^^ dedl-d*wlv 

JJINNESOIA PlONEliii Bl NDE BY 
Pioneer^ Building, 

CORNhKTHlKD AND CEDAR STS. 

-A.11 Ivinila Blank Book Binding 

»• lom the Ueavieet Blank Ledger d.iwn to Checks. 

Our faullities r.ir this work art- complete, having ae- 
car..a the very bent to<jls known u the trade, amungrt 
whioh are a 

VKar SUPEHIUH P AG I KG MACHINE, 
a»L. uMK or 

HICOCK'8 PATENT BULiNO MACHINES, 

COTTINO MAl,HiNK8, Ao. 

MACiA'-INK.-. (JUARlKRLIE.S AN1» PAMPHLETS 
ROUAD TO OROKR. 

We irvlte tbelAlieato bring Uetr Music. "taiyH 
Books." Ac, and have them neatly dressed lu Morocco 
Gilt Kd eg, or otherwise. 



MOiii GAtiE aALE.— D E F A U LT 
Uaviug beeu maae lu die conditions ol a certain 
monga^e made and exeeuied by I). Muart Jr K 1) 
i:obb, and Uavid Sluart, u ortKagors, to W. K 'Uowu 
UBorigagee, bearing aale an t atknowieUged tbe leatli 
dayol March, A o. IJJis. ami recorded lo the . fflce o( 
Ito Reglbtrr .1 lleedA. ol Ramaey county, toate ol 
Woneaoui. on the lenth day if March, ihi.- m i'/o'ciotk 
ej., in book -L-of mo«, ages. pa^stSi S^Jd^" 
wtiereby ibe stid mortgagors aia gnmi, bargain, aell' 
r.J .. '^"".''** '^ '^^ """l^morigateea p.rl or porii^.Q ., 
lot tive I6j. in CMliOtt sU ibj. l«wi»ahip lwenty4lgh[ I ,i 
of range t a euty two li: ■ wt-si, and occupiea by a siune 
a»H lui.l, Otunded aua described as loUows viz 

li^-ginaing at a point keventeeti »MOu feet oortfawei 
iruui tne iront oi the main bc.llding, iwodiiced Lrti Uo, 
leet liMmtn.- norlheas.aideo; said maw buiidiiii! ihenee 
sQuibwrai aio .e a line parai rl with the fr.int o the mil, 
oae b.iudre.i and twenty feet lo a stake thirty feel , .lUi 
went Irom liic soumwest aide ot i-aid maiu hi il -.lair 
ihenee tiorlhwesl along a line parallel with saia ■«;..ih" 
west aide one hunared and Ifty feel te a stake Ihence 
uonheast aiouK a Hue paraUel wun the trout.. :..a 
bm:diug one nuiidred ami iweni^ ie.-. lo a stake, lUenw.- 
souiheasi aioug a line panUlwl with saul souihweni -ode 
..ne hundred and tmy leet lo the peiot .jf be^u.iin.i- 

>ald Ui..r;)jage being eiecu edaud I'eliverrd lu eev .re 
the payment ol tbre.- cerian promls^ors noi. « in.<.Ie 
aad delivered lu the moi tgagori. uiid«r the :.rm iiaiut- ml 
•Stuart, I, ibb A Co, t.i the order otsau W.K.liu«.] .n.l 
bearing even dale with said mcrgage; aud SMd iii.„t 
K*go having been duly aaaigued to r. Vt.-^'jou Wiulei- 
uiuie, of .Si Paul, by aeej .i iiafcigumcnt in writini; 
beanu- date and acknowle(l,-,M the ii4,:i <la> ol Augu i 
a V. iTtil. aud recorded ui Ue oUloe of the Keglaler oi 
lieeds of Ramsey county, ou tbe 41*1 day of Svptembrr 
1*1, al 4>, o'clock hM^ in I -Mk " 14' ol asaigumeuUi' 
pages I G2 aud Ids ; * 

Aud Abereas there is now claimed to b.' • ue an! i- 
due, upoj baidu.tea and m.iri«ace, at the date'ol ihi„ 
uotice, Ihe Slim oi twenty i»o hundred aud ninety -two 
:>.>11W l$2,iati.duj dollars, and no proceedings at law or 
otherwise haviug been lusuu.ledlo reouver the d.Ol due 
an.; eeoureJ by said m.irtgage oi au> part ibeirol 

Jiow, iherelor. , notice is h.«re»\ given tbat ty virtue 
Of th.- power i4 sale la aaid moriKa^e ounlalued aod 
parfuant lithe slat oU- in » icU cat.eB maae aud'pro- 
vitled, tue above described m irtgaged prcuilses w.II -je 
wdd at public auciiou. ai ibe irooi do.* oi lb» < 
llpiise, in the Cily ol .>u Paul, Raw 



OTATE OF MINNESOTA, . »1S- 

Wihiaw tfuci,i.«a iMialust Stephea , »«ai.er. >, 

s-umoions. ^ . • ^ J i 

The »u>ii- oi Minnehota 

To ta« al)*^ named aeteodAat : 

Yjuare bereliN «.imm..ntu .^m' required lo auawe* 
the eoi .piaiui u, ibis actj..n, which ka« bren Bled in ih' 
onice.d lue i leik %,! kaiU court lor thecouuiy aloreaaid mX 
.M. P^ol,iu»aidooa..iy, aud t» serve a dopy of vour 
answer to the aaid •omplamt ou the aubacrlber- at 
their olhce in St. Paul, m hald eOunty, within tweut* davs 
after ihe aervioe o; this summoui- unoa in,, i»,.r.,. 

SlVe oi the day ol inch 



cxclu- 
tail to 
al or cAAia, 



summou» upon you, 
service, and if you 
aaswer tbe coimjliiui v.ahiu t.ie time «t.. ,,---.■. 
the plalntlU lu thfa^cUon will take judgment alXJi* 
you lor Uie sum ol lea tho-jsaud oi.e bundled ala sev 
eBty dollars daina.fs and f9 s7>j, c,sta. with iui«, 
rest o.. said sum ol Mu.lTO. (fltMTUj, at the rate ol su 
P*r, '=<=•'' l'"^ 4,iiuuui, irom the ad day of St^ptembet 

U|Dl. * 

iialed .M. Paul, October 3, lasi. 

«*^il'll 4 'llLMAK, 
"«23-d6w Plait, UM's Altorne)a. 



MORTiiAOK SALE.-DEFAULT hav- 
ing bren tnade i., iLe oooAiitous o: a certain mort 
gage executed and delliered bv John Johuaon and 
I bri,iiau JohnaoB, his wife, oi kamte county t,ia;e 
ot Miniiesou, ii t hariea U. uakea, of ^*lnl Paul in amd 
county ana .Mate. da;ed the tweui> hrn day ol iovem 
ber, tiguteen buuared and er.y nine, lu aod by wUieb 



hll;be^t bidder lot cash, on be 19lli dav ol 
1*1, lo salistV 



the at oiint doe on said _. 
gdiher wun tooia aud disburse -meuis ol saie 
llcioJ bl. iaul, ocioiif r 26 IStjl 

P. fRh^TOM WINiBlilWl iK 
IlkMiTJ. iiokJi, A.i.,ruey lor Arsigaee. 



fiitri 
e> coiiaiy , Ml uic 

y ol lieceUibtr. 
an.T.-te!.(rp, to- 



Aaalfnee 



Ibe a'ove uoii:e is withlrawu. aad 
ibereuuder dieoiutinited. 

P PRt:>l.>»r WIVTKRMUTF, 
UaiifcT J. lioaA, Attorney lor AnsMaee. 
Iit-ccmber ;:, 1&61. 



-l- 



p.occedUiga 
AFHlf^ee. 
. dM:3-3w 



vs. tbe 



WK GUAHANTRK 



TO lilVK 

I ION. 



KMTIRK .KAriSrAC- 



iBooks Re-Bound — Prioes JL.ov/ 

PIONKER PRINTINt} CiiMPANV. 



PAPER 



^ WESTERN 

FOR 

Eastern Readers. 



|H 



•riTB 



hould be In Ibe p 
-Operly m the state 
Porwardei! to say pan 



E J AX LAW OF MlNNEbOTA 

PRINTKJ 
IN FAMPHLK'l KOKAl, 

BlOK NUTKi«AMDAKCLL IKP«i 

H8i(iD o every man owatng 
»tine«iaie for ^ittevn I'ecU 



( ^UATTiEL MORTUAGE RECORDS: 

\J «'ith prnted Headings, and printed -Mongag,-. ana 
1 arlgagor Indenes, as pron.led for bv law, lour uuirea 
oiuid IB leather. Price W. Kor sale by 
PIONKr.K ! RINTlNd rUMPANV 



(CHANCERY SAi.E. - DlSTRlCi 
yj ;";\LRi o* xiih; tMiiiU ^^Alt.6 pcu 'ihk 

liLSIRl. r OK MiNX:Sul.l-.>.-. 

Alexander 1. W ttson irusKCot Ueien Rerr Wataoo, 
.Mai.inic BiiUdiug AiS .tlUiou. 
KukKt:LOSrjRK i:« I'HANfKRY. 
Oeeree, t'ciober lerm, A. D , IfHii, i.,r i^L^4o 25, lulereat 
aad cos lk. 

riirsuant to the decreuil order of tbe ab ive n.iirt 
Biade in this cause at the ictnber Term, A. It., IKl.ibe 
Uiaiers.fTiie.l. .MaMer in i'tiau«er>, olsaid rourt wiJl nil 
?itpii lie a.ii-iioi: t I ht-bighes C3slj bvi.;t r on fuesiia. 
lha:Si»tda> or llec<»niber A. L>. it^l. at eleven o'ciiK-k 
in ibe loreuoou ot that day. At the iruui enira .toe lo ihe 
place ol hoUliug saici ("ouri, iu Br wos Bi.ck, < n Ih.rd 
street. In the city of St. Paul, In said IHatrici of Mlane- 
•oC!.. the loilow ing detcrlbeo LreniUes, tlti:%;e lu ih>- 
County ot Kamsry, S-Rt.- nt Nnnni-iiila , or so much 
Ihereol as may be necesear> t.) satisfy raid decree in- 
terest aud C«Nls, lu Wll. 

L i!> numbered two <2) and one Ui In block number 
'**'''i 'w '.--'» 'n S>alm Pa'il prop*-, as recnnled in 
tbe oOice 01 Ibe Ri;gtater oi Deeds of said Raiaaer 
coan'y. 

at. Paul, N..vembrrlf, !8fil. 

JA.MK-i W. TAVLOR, 

,, ^ , Maater la C^bancery. 

l^oua A ti^LifsuA. Att'ysfoi Piaiu.iii. ii..vl6-«w 



mortgage the f aid grhutors mortgaged and sola uuio ine 
said ( narle., li. Oakes, his heirs and ass^us ail tha- 
tract, piece or parcel of land, lying and being in the" 
said county o! Ramsey, and Sute 1 1 llmneaota. desori 
bed as I. .:..>%e. to wit; L-.1 numbered i»o a, .u Rloek 
i.uu.'ieredonediiu SchuTaeler's Adduiou to llie t^ty 
... Mint Pa.ii, a, i ,-, recorJ.-d plat Ih.-reof. ■* 

>\ hick said mormaie wa« giv«n itaecmelhe paynieui 
o. the sum ol Five hiinl. jj dollars, aud luiere i a" 
cording to Ibe conditl. US .3f a ceriaiu pr..mi»so-> ioic 
or even d*te *iih said mortgage, mad,- by tne aaid JoUa" 
Jolinsou, and paya:..le iwo >ear« altrr daie, no grace lu 
ine order olbimjiea at the Banking boiue ol Rom^A 
oakes. in 8-ini Paul a.oresaid, l.,r the sum ol Five- buu- 
dre 1 dollars. (»IW,) with iulrrest ihereou at ibe rate ot 
twenty lie. cm per annum trom date until .aid tha 
ssadintereat payable riarlerly, which said n»ie'was 
T, .Ti,: ^ *r''* J'^iiaa,,n, aud neluerea ,. Kald Cbaile- 
II. Uakeb,aud alsoioiseoureali taxes which m.i L«tu 
.t«;roed on •« -1 land previous to.or wn.h may be.^e " 
aed tuere..u, durinK Hie Ha,J lerm ol tw.. yrars aua alfc. 

11"'*^"";.?*' "'""..'" ^'^i' """•" •- « AUorney^ 
ee,«houldur.,ce.din.;- i.r taken by ine said par.!,,] 
me 8.-cou,i i).tr.. to lorecioae said ins.riim^nt 
W hicb sail! mortgage waa h.ed lor r«A..d .u ihr .ju-e 

.J J daj Oi ^ovem^ler, a. D. i«6k, ai 2« o>lock ? £ 
aodaas dulv r.coraed m lioos ' ■W^ **„, S.Le 
pages 54 and t5»i. ot the BMordaofaaM coumi al i 
whereas ihr quarterly )a»tallment. of int^eTwhi. u 
lei. due .ccoidiug ,o Ibe i.:insol sa.duole, u> wii ihe 
sum «t twenty uve dollars .,a the 2Ut February itio 
fir s im ..I iwcntj bv-; doiUis ou the 21»l May. uiiu Ubc 
niim .>! 11. uiy bv. doHars on the 2Ut Auguii* I>S' .be 
auu. o! I*. n.i-Uve do,lara ..u the il.t -Novem? ei ittio 
the sum ol twri.o nve d<,liar«. on the 2lr day oi Keoru' 
»ri , I-.J.1, he Slim ol iwemi -vr d.,i,«t=, due ot ihe illal 
dai «| May ln«.l aud loe «ura t tw,nty bve dollar- dun 
on Ihe 21*1 dav «l AUKUSI, lt«l, were n.A paid on t: e 
j.a'.. s wbeu Ibe «ame seieraliy became du.- and paya 
b.e.a...al r.hu.d. nor an, i a. i ihcreoi, and uo sun or 
pnoeecdlngs aiiaw hAvebae. lusiitoied «»r ha i to r- 
cover .he »iu.uuii., secured b) said mortgage ,.r anv pan 
ibrre.i. -iua Ui.-re iBuow cihuncd uj be dua .ip. u sa.d 
noie ana morisage at the d .t of this notice, a» .u'er.st 
aaali>resaia, lilt: sum ol t.:;5 ^|^). 

^ow, iber-Iore, u..uce u hereby girec that by virtue 
ot a lowrr ol sale con.a.i.ed in saia inoriJtaKe and wf 
tne si..i.ite u> .ucb case nuule aud prt>vlJed ibe . 
mortgaged p eiuls.s abo\.: dessrioed. » i.i l,e».l.i 
tb« .•.berill l saiJ iount) ..; Kama. 



iwthe hi^n.-fclt,idaef, i.MicatU. at Uie Irout doo. 
l> .url liuuse Id m i hu , lu ssid IJounty »r Kam 



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TN PROBATE COLRT.-STATEOF 

X MlN.^KsOlA.lod.MV OK RAMtiKV. 



THE BEST PAPER IN THE NORTH-WEST, 

FOR OIRCPLATItLV IN THK E.\.^T 
IS THE 

Weekly P»ioneer «fc Democrat. 

PUBLISHED AT 8T. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 



Any _ . 

Almost any required bill ot work w I thou 
forpatterns. 
We Oder tbe following list of prices for 1801. 



iirnl<>h 
eitra charge 



WEEKLY PIONEEB AND DEMOCRAT. 
Uof the same form, aud coRiaini .g as mucb reading 

ly Haraid, Tribune or 



matter as 

Times. 



the New Yark Wee 







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T Y B 

JACK;>ON 



A K E R Y 



A» a special term of the Pri.i.^'e liourt, held in audloi 
tl.o.;o„ntynf Ramsey, At Si P,„ ., W<Sne,dTtb 
l.i.k day ol .N(i\ ember. A. il l-«il 

ce'^ed*^ "'*""' "' "'*' •'*'*^ "• *«««»• Harrtogtou d. 



RKTWltt^N VIKTH 



STHEET, 

AMU hilXTU mTS., 



ST. PAIL. 



The Subscriber, thankful (or past favors. resuocUully 
n.nodiicc«ia ihjcltlieuaof Hi. Paul and vicuuty ihAt 
b- keeps consUnlly on hand a large supply ..I reah 
hArdRnds..Iii:raeker». Al«o, Hr.-ad an.l Taaes 

Mercbaun nnd Uteamboau wiii be auppiied on rea 
onable terms. Give me a rail 
■^""S" t itKnr rtAXriirt.. 



Upo . r«aaai8 and Uling tho {.<>i,ii n ..I \l 
ir.41111;. lor reaaoUH lh< rem set loth 

Admin' • — .. -- . 



II 



nufion 



istraiiou on oaid estate may i; u<' 



■ .".olllvau, 

LeUera o 

to i.oiii.st il«r 



It IS ordered that Friday, the 6lh daj ol Uecet 
l>. lr%til, at 10 ..Cwk in ^he foieaoou, at the ..th 
.ludge ot P obatr, iu the cit\ 01 «t. Paul he »5»| 



B 



p. Peckham, havlr.g m.-»de in a- slfiiiuient of Ms prop- 
erty lor tt beuedt Oi bi.i credihira, uotice U beretiy 
(ivrn to ail lersons haviug d. mauls aganist Dim, t.i 
presrut ibelr claims. And ail prriKii.s in any way In 
drbied ohim, are hereby n.nitle.t and lequired to make 
tiamediatR pa) ment to the uudersigued. 

i>atcd^hakopee, Minn. Nov IHth, lt<61. 

L. COWPKRiUWAlTE. 

B07lCd3m* Assignee of P Peakham 



AND BARNES 
H A N K E U 8 , 

erl> occupied hi 
vilTt 



Ai .he oUloeiormerls occupied by l>aua A WUIIe, I bird 
atre«^ .St. Paul, willbity nd self Kxchaii«e, I. and War 
raul-H, State, County and ilty Scrip Muoey loaned on 
g od collaterals 

<ieter by permission to Metr.ipollUu hank. New 
York ; i-'ayuga County Bank, Auburti, N. \. , ILvaua A 
ito.. Rankers, Clncinnatt, Ohio , B. F. Carver A (Ju. 
Hankers, Chicago, lll.taMb Wa, 8* 8* ward. Waak 
luglon, D. C. , Thompson .Rro's. lUaukers, St. Paul 
bn-ik of 8t.Pa<il. bl Paul. febii-dAwlj 



Mill castings . 

Hailding columtis. 

8aflh Weights 

Hleigh Shoes 

Urate Bars 

Karmern' Ketilea... 

Wagon Boies 

Babbit Metal 

hraas Oaatings 



93 per cwt 

,•• ...... 3 psr cwt 

3 per ewt 

Spercwt 

.... .«.. 3 per cwt 

, 4 c s per lb 

4 CIS per B> 

25 eta per t> 

.36 to3Uclaper lb 



t'l 00 A YBAR IN ADVANCE PER BINOLE COPY. 
»1 00 FOR SIX Mt^NTHS. 

Three copies, one year S6 00 

Fivecopiee, one year 8 00 

Ten copies, one year w (m) 

Twenty copies, one year, to one address . JC 00 
All to one address. When th« oames are req aired lo 
be written on, 2u cenu eAoh will be cnarged extra. 

Any larger number, at tae same rate of $1 00 per 
year, with a copy gratu to the person getUng up the Club 
mplemenla, such aa 1, 2,^, 4, 6, 8 aud lu or each copy directed tl 2U 
and threshing maobinas, reapers, fan- 1 • • ah ...k^.^ .. 
Hers straw cuttere, piows, grain drllla, * ■uoacnptiona j'ust be nald in advance. No 

- ' -..-.--.^ P^P*' ">»' anUl the money U received, and only lor the 

time aubscribed for. 
ADDRESS 

PIONEER 
PRINTING COMPANV, 

8T. FAULi MINNESOTA. 



GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, AT 
wh oleaal.. prices, at OPHAM k H OLMK.S. 

HAM S— AMES' SUGAR CURED 
constantly on baud and lor sale by 
*^ i-. P. MctjUll.l.AN 

CUOARS.— 30 HHDS. PRIME N. u. 

KJ JuBl receiT«dand loraalehy 

P F. McQ; ILLAV. 

STRAYED UR 



mber, A, 
hire 01 the 

thehearitg 01 saia pen ion, nl that ihe heira.ai-l»w ol 
(.aid deceastd. .tnd aii ii her persons lulerualed lu s id 
"•i»'<-. appe ir at a s^Mion ot ihe I'r.ibate Couri ibsn 
"i. . '^'" '" '"' ''"''•'«'>• *»<* *•"'« cause, ii any tber.. be 
why Ibe p ayer ol said peUiiouer stuiuld 1 oi be g'-auied' 

Ills lurther ordered, that tbe said petitioner give uo 
ticftio all pt.isons liiier. Med ID said estate of the pt-nU 
lug 01 said peUiiou and the b»-anng mer. ol, b\ oaus.uK 
a copy or ihis order u. he put.L.shed lu ihe fi^neer an i 
Utmocrat, a newspaper pnbiifhed at "^t. Paul m sa'J 
County ol iUmae} , lor ibree successive waeks previous 
to sild day < 1 bearing. 

J. F. HoYT. 

nOvl4-d3w J odgaal Probate. 



^Hanceuy salk. 



DlSTRlCl 



uil- «•*<'?. o'^J" lloiuim, about th^ 
RAY HORSK. 15 hands 3 inches 



Kte 1 
SK, 15 
the 



8'IOLEN, 



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Laiho workoranlshlng.Mperday.andallotherwork 
at corresponding prices. 

We are also manultetarlni and dealing In all kinds ol 
Agrlculurai Implementa, such aa 1, 2, 3 " 

horse powers -• ■• 
mill*, corn sbe 
agric iltural furnaces, etc .all of wSlct », can sell ai 

ao to ^O per cent, ?^o-wer 

thau any one else can aOurd them. Hat .ng pattern* fbr 
moat kinds .d .hreahing maohiue; la j«e in -be country 
we can do repairing at very low rates. 

Maoufaotory corner of Fifth and Pike ata. ; Ware; 
touae. Lower Levee, corner of Robert at., Saint Pan 

rebl2 ganU'di-daw OILMAN A SEAOEK 



FROM 

l9tb iusl.,aLliiUT 

'««, fy r the -n^-roiikT-a^alltf tliiii.'jh^e "t^r ""^ 
"Pillit on the near lore leg ; thick M- h. aw made 
vi^lgbluga.iout l.louib*. , wolild raak or'cauVr dude; 
•addl., and trots in harness . of good carriage, and big b 

m-V^f k'.""' **'[!;**'■'* *'"*''^ paid tor th. thief and 
a suitable reward will be pa.d for hi* return, it striy^ 

W. L.M1.MTZKK, 
letenuaj^yMlrgeon, Robert at. 

OHR18T1AN ASSOCIAIMON 
UBRARY, 

INiiKRBOlL's BLOCK. 

Three huuored aud nti> i.a« and lu-reatieg volume, 
on band. Yearly subpscripnoa, $1 

Books lo be ha.1 ei all hour, oi the iaj ol I) T. i>. 
81MONTON, Librarhiu. 

l.adie*, gentlemen ^uo strangers Invited u. attend. 

•^ Frayer MeeUng and "ible ciaas every Mundar 
"•'»^- .u«l3» 



V f'OURr U • THE LNITl. I) .M AT K POR THIC 

District ()K Mi.N.\K.^oTA-.s.s. "^^ 

Miepherd Cox vs. Charles falter aad Mary Ann Col 
ter, kia wile. Ricb.»rd it. W.m-1 i..,.«b H.con. l.rwis 
V: ''"y^Td, Benjamin \. K arsn, Uarl A. Leavm 
*.dw»rd \ iowaa««d, partoerK as Wo<sl, Bacon k^'■.^' 
Kmaeis ll.iskins. Coisju Ueiak.il, Jamea 'l' lie skeli 
andlbomash Y«uog, partnufs as U*>*klna, Ueiakel' '4 

l>»cfee October Term, A. 1) 13til-»l.2l4 15. interest 

and rosta. 

POKKCL08UHK AND SAi..; OP NoRTOAOEP 

l'RKMI.-.h.<< 
Pll^^ual,t to Ihe decretal order oi said conrt, made 1 
lu the above eanee at tbe 0«tolt«r Term of said Court 
A. U 1861, the iinderalgaed. Master in Oianceiv oi 
•aidt ourt, will sell ai public aucimn to ih« hiab-st 
stab hidder, on Thursday, the ameteeuth ni«bi diy i,: ' 
December, a. M,. l.'SOl, at .rieven ..cloc* in ih, l..r.- 
ooou, at Ihe Iront mirance t) the place h1 huluuu 
the said Conrt, in Brown's Block, Thlr.l slreeu la ifer 
ciij et St. Paul, and Disiriclol Aliuneao e, the foLiW lug 
described premise*, eltuate lu taid Couaty ol iiam»r>. 
Stale .11 .Minnesota, town. 

rb* north halt IX.'of lot nnml er three 13J m bUwA 
Ibree ISjln Uoyi'a addition to tkirt^wu, now cliy of Si, 
Paul, in SAl!^ county of Ramsey, accardiuu u» the re- 
C'jTded plat thereof at the Reglsu-y of 1 ini<i» in aad lor 
said couuty. 
8t Paul, November 4, 1881. 

JAM1U> W. TAYLOR. 

Master io Cbancery. 
M LAMPggr PiaiaUa'cSgliciVtir. Dov»-<l6w 



aid 

bi 

at pub ieaoeiion, 
01 Ihe 

.... , ., , . uty »r Kam ej, on 

halorda>. ih." .Jim d.y ol iipcembrr, >. 1). l(«l »Vl«o 

0l.M:k. A. .V. 10 pay aud aaiuly Ike am.juui du- uruo 
sal.* u.^.e aua miri^ai^e. «» aloresaid, aad .he expeiLes 

01 >uch B* e "^ 
Said pieuil^f- V.V\ 1... ,.,;,i fubject to Ihe pa 

Ihe i^.ti.iol... ., oc^ald by 

aua aecrnii..' 

• ■«•♦rkl,eJ^ H. OAKKS, Mortgag.e. 
Hale.' ko.emiH-. IRli, lt(BI, " 

Va.1 KTTKX A orricra, A.torueys for Uorigageea. 

^ ^^^_^ U.iV.O — CwWcUu 

A^"Sfo .\ EE'S SALE.-NOTICE IS 
b. I r ,> givou lo aU Whom It Bia> cocceru ih t n » 
Vinue ..i ..n a-„ijiimei.t lu wniu.K, ex.-c. led Dv ALUs 
Hd.ry.ol Wat.ssa«w roa.iij, Mmnesoia i.. khe iiader- 
nigutKl, dated 'Jte bUi day ot Jauuary, le li l w.li iu 
:i.a rdaj the eltveudi a.> <aj a Januaiy, iiidl at 
o'oiork in the f.Tt U..OU. and Ihrrealt, r iiat.i .bo 
ar.» up.«!d, oUer l.>r kaie, at pubi)c aucll..u to ibe 
togbesl bidder lor cava, ai ine odice o: M.-s<«rs. Van lit 
leu .1 l/lhoe(,tn the.iiifir.u Paul, haUKCy c. uuly 
M.anesoia, au aud siutiuiar the real esiale, goods aod 
chajels, lerwiual pripertj, m.^ri^ag^s. uotrs, dues, 
ate 'UUia. aud talanoes on account cu ^uj kmd wbauo 
ever, Wi..ca b.n .■ Cvme lu.o mc 1 o(l^<<lSl.,n or kjo»l- 
edge ot >.aid asMgnee, by virtue 01 »t.a ii"M».cm. 1.1 t* 
malning llnd.^p. »i-o 01, and a.i ihe rinht. tiu« and inter 
Brt iib.cb iW raid Airvu ^««IJ>, had maud loiheraiui 
at ite dati ihrre i 

Sh.d pre.oKt) con-iBilnjj ii, part of ib.- luter.sl ot »atd 
liaiil), in and 11. cnain real esiatr in the rountti s dt 
RaBise) . llakoia, Waba-I.aw and Benioo, isiuues.it* 
note.. B-i „ridby m. rlf:«^.- .ip..u Undh in Dakota conn \ ' 
b<aA i.c«.tiint> due Kaid Raoi> at il«d W.*d.<'rOH Wiig' 
I. 'J)» li .i.ir, tt ».)»>iUa»», .". I'a.ii u . ciBuwherr i. aaid 
.s.at.-. and Ui,- ii.ierrrilu Ihr V> . liatLai* l.amj C..mp»n>, 
Ac, A^. 

» cued uli-HuT the proiierty, iio.et, iiuok acoounts. A.-., 
aitb a 'Miaoiaot Uue 1.1 the leal estate, n.A'. be cxaei' 
ilied Ml .III »j p,ii.ati..n ..I ;Lr .the oi fan Kllen A < :fi 
crr, at any Uitin betvre tte day ol.saie. 

KiuuJiAN \K. klTTfcu.V, 

A.-*igu«e 01 Ai ats Kailly. 

Haled \ .leAber 27, 1a.>L 

\ »t> EvTsa A iirricKK, AUKiueya tor Aaalgnee. 

nOk./0-ulaA ...^auii 

wHElviFF^ aALE.~lN FUR8U- 

J AN« h iii.l by virtue 01 a jodgiueoi aod decre- 
tor lieu '-lid sale, made aud httartug date al a Genera 
'Icrm 01 t..- usiriei <«an 01 toe Meeood JuJ.c.ai 
Duiri.i, in aud I..C in.- co..ut> ji Ram^< , aud .Male ol 
»lu:|i.-~.U. <«i lbs •.birii-i.r.i d,.> ..I Aii»; 1*1, A D. inoi 
In a teitai* acti.ai Ui aaid court peudm*. wheieiu 
Jameii I'. I". I..! .« piaiuiui, aud Jtmia fc. Oarpeuler and 
War.en ••arp.-ntei, l\er b.i,L . -leudanu. where- 

in a a wuereb. 1; ».»«, am taiug. ordered. 

adjMg-rt aud decre^i tha. ... ,.,<ni.g described 
premmes, lying and beiu»! m me eonnty of Rsmse> and 
Slair 01 Mnie-oH Hi.d destr.bcl as l.^lija-^. to Wit . 

' o . V- ... ,. In me e.-ntre of seciion uuoi 

•>•" ii'jmber laenij- el^bt I2cj. of 

laii.; » ,_ ; theuce nirthwrs'ard.y. tiiree 

uuudrt-a and iwnut, iwo i».-10U le.t. rr-nrrv.ng Iter • 

tfio.u a all ip thirty inree teei In wMia ou Ihe weal sMe 

let 1^ extern Aveui.-, .h.uce aIouk ruaiii.lt Av»bi><-, eii 

the «u naenjiieri. rt.d.'. IWO UunUiea and s.rV«B Mid 9 

loll, leet , theiiiM) exte vuig ai rinhi <u«il#a to Suuaiu 

.Vkenue, to Uaiusiy su-eci. aa lata uui uy •leusatHi. k 

> e.oauu , Uieace lu me place -it begiuuiuf, wii% (1)« 

l> ji.dibgB 11 er.u.1 s.lds.ed, and the herediiamcDta and 

a(>|/uri< n... .-,. in. r.- .i.u. t,, .ookli.n. and aii me iniereal 

and e.iale Ihat the »aid Maiia fc.. i arpenier had lb. r. n. 

ou Ihe UlUUt day ol Aovember, A •». ISW, or at any 

.lose Uicr«al..er, be »o'.-X lU uite body by lOe' Sherm it 

Kaui-e) c'l'int.. , to k.>iiLl> tl.e atnouut dur \o said 

Jauin 1*. I'ond ilaiBlid. wbich was lUcn and there a I 

J KlKSd lo I e M v.-n buudred aud utn. i , mm dtjlars And 

u.Ui> o«.u. lugehrr with the iurtbersum of lourieeu 

dollars a.»d ibiiiy hveceuia cuau a« taxed 1 did ».., 

IL. Ur.i dv» Ol Novembrr. A. I>. Ivjl, Uvy np.ju a-.d 

pretaiKes ' •».«• 

.N.jw , iherelore. ooi^ce i* hereby given, that T will sell 

"" tTh*,'!?^- '^w"^*' PtUpert> . aod Jae, mi. ^. t S?.d 
hat., that the .aid Maria t. I'arpwjiM, n«a ... ,.* ,! *'" 



t 
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came .J 



arpuuUif tu»tt lu or 
me niuUi day ui .Xov.-n.ber. a D \-S^ 



tu Ul« 

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ai,, ti-.c thcreaileT, at tne ^r^^O»^»iit^y^,:^'^^,- 
P'iul, In .aid cjuuty ot Ra<n«., VT. 



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•-■l . ..Ul, in .aid cjuuty ot Rantset o.. 
1.- iw.,ni,,-Ur.i da, ol l.eceoib r 1^^' ^ 
lu lUe toreuoou ol ibai aI^ \ ' ''^'- *' 
at..,iUat Which Khali be du oti SAW jud^LV f "^"f ' "^ 
and the i.-ia.saiileipenseHoliule'^"''*""*"^''"'' '!«=»«« 
Dated at SI. raul, ttoTemOer B, isci 

AAKi>N W. T JLLIS 



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SAJJVT PAUL, FRm4Y MORNING, DECEMBER 6 1861 



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I ftin IV^V^f I ~^^^ R'chmoDd I>/5?)arc/i ha» a telegram digging ireocbes, moviog guos, aDd prepar- . 

IvIUUV'T^^ *^'''^*^ Savaocab 27th, sayiog that Commo Jng tbt; Dew lorlifieaiioM which are to reo- 

' ■ ~ ' der the place impregnable 



t NEW 8EBI£8 — NDM RFk IffCS 
I WBOLSNUMBEB »S8& 



mciAL rAFXH orras cirr and covntt. 



_ l.ATEST iS'EWS 

dore Tatnall, with ttree small ateamerB, ' ?" ^^^ P'-^^® impregnable. Besided these. „„ " 

attacked the Fed.rei rieet in Cock8pur ^^^LZ ^i^e hundred men a day were tre, Bl TELfi^i^KiPII TO ST. PITL 



Henry Fry and Jacob M. Heoaeliar, I geciion but the enti, 
UnioDwts. were bung at Greenvihe, lenD.,! ' " ^^ *°^" 



qaently sent off on 



«T. PAUL. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. 

PIONEER PMHTIIG COMPANY 

I*ioueer and. Democrat . 

Daily, Tri-"Weelcly &c Weekly, 

'I'HR r>ATl.T PTOKEKR l« published erRry morniDK 
Wwiidkf •u>-pt«a), M >7.uO M 7«»r, or tir.d«» ceau a 
M"*!*^, i>ik>'st>!ct i,> Ihw <:<ill^«;<>r. MkII)**! lo «(i)>iicr>l>*iii 
»■ W '») per ar.ciao 

T'l, Tki Wseklt Hioxbbb, U publUbeJ on R indny., [ 
M r .M^wi.'k/i *a«l KriJiy'ikt $3 M per kouui 1 or (1 p«r ! 

lAriprbv iLall. 

fUK WiictLLT fiONcck )■ pQUlKheil t:«er> Kri,liiv »: 

^yr itimr. fn aiub* '>f tbmeor St* »t $t SUfor each 
■ ri<«crib>-r. 1q elub« 'il Uti at tl. Vkueu uAckit^c i« 
uftilad tixtaa luMiMS. Kuameaare pnal di>o it^e pa 
CI $\ 'Jtt iiir e««h ■nbM.-riber. 

*^ '-iub*priberii to th^-DiiiT PioNSKit i»d Ocwo- 

i<«Ar,iuibn c>i>, ftrn uoUiifd ibat payiii«nt ni'itt b« 

*-!■ ta iiw>a«y kw Mr. iiurke, itie uwllecior, or a; ibr 

H >aacrlu«ra ar« ripeetvd lo pay prumptly o* i>r«i><>o> 
•iiao ul biU«, (T weekly Ui Mr iSurki* 

>b« txrtni iiruae OAtf.r Pioxta 
• V 4rr $7 p«T >«ar ; S3 M for 



recoDDoisaanceB, for 
lalaDd was to be ex- 



Roadg, yeeterday. I be eoAageateitf toflied the whole of Hilton 
about an hour. Filly show were tred, but piottd am uccl, l .. 
no one on our aide was injured. Failing to I ^® ^^ *^ "x«t remarkable features of 
draw the Federal lieet under the gucs of Jj^ '^^'^ '''>-' '"^oaifa ^ri>iiiia, is fffordtd by 
Fort Pulaaki Tatnali witb.lr«>« ~ I* i. Z^*" negioos. BUck eervunLs have been 
fort t-^i^i. iatoau withdrew, it la hired by many of the officers, as waiter and 
reporioi the \ aiik es Lave taken possessiun ' waahermeu and «»o»eo. Uiack ^-^effi have 
of iV'araaw, aod are preparing lo attack woiked on the flbore, or been osed ua o.i.-k. 
Fort Puiaeki. ' ^^^ '< blacks have served as scoots and 

-A tiew order from General McCIellan \ ^"^'1 lVrhil5'r''"°°'''K'^- "^"^1^ "*' 
K»o kw^ • .J ._• L J . ' women and Children may be sttn in the va 

has been issued, preacnbiog the duties andj riou^ parts of the cauipe, out especially near 

reapouaibilities oi Uhaplaiod, who are now. \ headquarters, where they inhabit their old 

in too many cased, a disgrace to the army ' **°^ ^^'"" ^^^^ evinct a vindictive spirit , 
I, ,.- „ . , ,.,. , ^^^" ^^^'^ wiiO speak of having been ' 

—Hknky Ward liEBLUKs, in his I hanks- whipped olUu aod severely, are 



t^ I S S L O W S LINE. 



able time resume, the character of loyal 

citiKng of the United States. ] Unionwis. were hung ^rGre^nvilTeTenn" iTf ""'' ^"V^'i"^''"' ^?"'''y' '^^^ ^'^^ 

VISIT TO TH£ PRESIDENT. , ?D ^^e 30th of November, for bridge bQrn-| MrBlLirl'^^fn^n!?^ ."^"""'"^ 

Washingtoh, Dec. 4.— The chief iniiti^fll'°? ' "'' *"•" "'•'^"'"•♦•"" '^ '—- 



HIGHLY LMPORTANT' 

The Views of the Government 
on the Negro Question- 

OtOtr to Getterat JficCtellan! 



PROrLAMATIO.\ OP SKC'Y CHASE t 



chief jastice 
and associate justices ot the Supreme Court ■ jg pj 
paid their respects to the President Mon-ipb^c 
day, at the executive mansion. 

BACKING bYSTEM AND OOVKRNMEMT 
POLICY. 



Mj. Blair's proposition lor colon iziUon 

OHABLK8TON.8. C. Nov. 30,-Patriot. i tTf T^?^'**.*^ 1° commute of the whole on 

ic planters oo the sei. border are hourly ap- 1 r^L,fi\. 'u® S°'^°' ^"^ "** afterwaids 

plying torches to the r crops o( cotton aod [hiTrffPnL ,n ♦?''"^' ^-^ '°^J'^' *" 

men r» lerred to the committee on foreign 
relations. ^ 

Mr. Lovejoy of Illinois, introduced a bill 
proposing to repeal at] laws requiring pass^ 



-Tops 

There is one sheet of 



by no 
giving sermon, took very strong ground means indignant, bat on the other hand, 



IVe^ir8 from WashingtoD. 

Dkpaktment of State ) 

. - '\'r At ^ Wasbinoton. Dec,4. l»61.f 

agaioBt any emancipation of slaves by act of r''°*® *°° ^'•■i" ^^ "ttve been most kindly i 'J, /'^f^'^ (General George it. Mcvitllan. 

Congr««. and insisted that, unless we wish ' ![;S^' '^*°?,'^'' '''^'^'' '^ f'^*''*' ^^'^ ^' ' GrTkkaI"" I «™ lir. t.i k *. o • 
^,, ,. , ,, . ,, I "on- Two or three,perhapri ha^f a dozen.were ^■''*kRaI'—1 am directed by the Presi- 

ed to disgrace free Government in the eyes, undoubtedly found Vrmed at Beaufort, but -dent to call your attention to the following 
.«io...b.crib.r,.a .hr ^' ^^"^ ^of'^- ^o muat Carry on this war I no indications of a warlike disposition have j subject : Persons claimed to be held to aer- 
.!• mon. Hi. »i ri wrj within the limits of the Constitution. He|''^° delected. The delermiuatiou of all vice or lahnr .,n.^or tK« i.,^ ,f .k o. . 



rice along the coAst 
flan.e and smoke 
, Many military companies of New Or- 

[i^cialto rnbu:re.]~li in nodeniteoel ' 1???-^ J'"'"!^""^ lor 30 days' service 
■ _ c . , , ' *^ ai uoiumDus, Kv. 

by financial people that the forthcoming Cairo liJ. ^ j . ^ 

report oitLeSeci.tary of the Treasury wiS' the"i'^pt'rpa%7s'^.f ri^j glirln^c'! 

prt«enttbebaoking9ysiem.aDdlhegovero.|U>unt of a great battie at Mornstowu, • for a board of commiseioners to'rev^e^a^H 
mem policy m respect to then, in a iiu'ht ^^^^ Tennessee, botwf^eii the (tder^il loices codily the genera! rev«e and 

that will fasten the attention of the couo"trv ,1 !*"**" Browiilow and the rebels. 
«pon II. The claim of the government to. l?.!''!.^^.^.^'^-^^^^^^^ 



ee to perbons of color going northward 
take immediate effect. Referred 
mil tee on l>iatrict of Columbia. 

Mr Hickman introduced a bill providin 



to 
to Com- 



„ , *u • . go^ernuieui lo were victorious. A rebel dispatch calls it 

supply the circulating medium of all k.nds ' the first Union victory of the w^r Brown 

will be presented impressively, on the ,' 'o^ had 3U00 men. hert'x'l lorceisuot 

ground of both principle and expediency "<^'"'**'»eo- 'I he roil ol tbo rel»eie was 



and on cou'^titottonal necessity. 
MOVEMENl'S OF TliE ESLMY 
bEKTiiR. 



completer 



A DE-I 



( to &• Mfii'i* tm ti i nu u M 



ioHisted, morover, that a Provisional Qov- 



who 



Tilts Tcligrupltic Kc^va. 



The news this morning is highly impor-j ^^'^ refuge. 
taut. TbeuuminiBiraiioD ha-i al last eoun- 



of Virginia, aod actually employed iu Loe 
tile service against the Government of the 
United States, Irequently escape from the 
lines of the enemy's forces, aad are received 



can escape, to leave their masters, is, 
. , , , however, continually a!»c!erted. So far as 

lernnieut of some kind must be established | the slaves are concerned, an advance in" 
I for thus? slave« who cotrje into our campu the country from this piece would undoubt- 
edly be followed by an Immediate ru.>jh of 

-Tke re«ip..„,grai„ i„ Ch.oa,. ii^^Z^'t^CX Tjd Z ".T, oJi:''"- '''"-"' tLe„.,„f the l-olo^oac, 
ciuieU a policy in regard to lugilive slaves j eluding flour) for the eleven months ending I greater atrocities than those; ol piduge, uus ^^'^ Department undcbUods that such 
coming within the lines ol the Federal arm; ' December 1, foot up the euDrmoua total j less the whites should madly provoke them. ! persons i^fterward coming into the city of 
of the i'otomac. that may be con.^idered u ; ^' ''4,093,219 bushels! With greater fa O' 'i^-ist Jpon the slaves following. Centu" WashiDgton, are liable to be arresitd hv 

^ . 1 i. • 1. t .L •,• ci li ties for ntnrinff irrain n,xA '- - -^ nee of bondaee has had itn r-S.^pt nn.1 tlioL.. . . . » .«w:u uy 

governing precedent in all the other mili ' ^'""™ '""^ sionng gram, ana 

cieut lo accommodate the 



vice^oHabor. .„der ..e law. o, .be .State | .I^ZT::; ^t^^^^T^^ 



Thirty-Seventh Congress, 



Statutes of the United 
^t«ted. Rtferred to Judiciary Committee. 
Adjouraed till to morrow. 



that the rebel forces are now in possession 
of Anacdale. and their pickets posted this 
side. They have a large force of cavalry 



tary departmenl^. They are to be regard" 
t;d as free men and under the piotection ot 
the United .States. 

The circular ol Secretary Chask seems '* ''^ -acease over the commerce of 1860 
to contemplate a wholesale seizure oi ail I ^^ ^'^J' P^^ ^°^- *^*^ ^^'^^ ^^>^^ of 18.59 of 
the real and pcidjnal property of the people i*^-"^^*^"® hundred and aeventy live per 



1 greater fa "" »^7^' ^P'^n i^e slaves following. Centu Washington, are liable to be arresu 
trade, the | are not savages, but slaves , tbev will ac I "^« """" ^"'o*"' ^^^^ ^^^^ »«•« fugitive 



receipts would have been at least twenty I cept their freedom if it i.s oiiered— they will 
five per cent, greater. But as it is, there "^^t of their own accord fight lor it. 

Beaufort i-^ still deserted by while men. 
Three Union gunboats lie there, and others 



of the .South, aod the aaiu of the produc' 
tioos on government account, with the em- 
ployment of the Dtgroes and carrying on 
the plantations, liuilcr the superintendence 
ol its agents. Strict accounts are to be 
kept, and it is intimated that the profits, if 
any there be, will be relumed to those who 
luay, within a reasonable time, return to 
their loyalty, while those who continue re- 
bellious will lose every thing. It will be 
■J, vast and complicated experiment, and, to 
carry it into execution, 
ol agents. Ujw it will 
can determine. 



o?nt. r . 

— One of the prisoners taken by our 
troops in thu late skirmish near VV'ashin"'- 



pass np and down the river occasionally. 

1 he negroes destroy and carrv ofl every 

thing they can ! .y their hands o'j. Pianos, 

mirrors, and other valuable property, are I 

ruthlessly destroyed Any thing they think ' ""eceived into 



arris- 

from 
services or labor 

By the 4th section of act of Congress, 
approved August 6th, 1F61, entitled an act 
to confiscate property used for insurrection- 
ary purposes, apch employment id made a 
full and suflBcient answer to any furtlier 
claim.-! to service or labor. 

Persons thus employed and escaping are 
'""""^ '"*" a military protection of the 



Wasuingtok. Dec. 5. 
Skaatk.— Mr. iiiof aeked permission to 
record his vote on :he expulsion ol Mr 

, , - L , " ^y- ^'■'^^^^'"'■'dge, as he w.ts abetnt yesterdav- 

Inlormatiou has been received that there ' granted. "^ 

I are twelve forts around Centreville, de i Mr. Sumner presented a petition from 
fended by field pieces only, and no he-vv the citizens ot liavcrhiii, Mass. ihat the 
guua. Four regiments ol the enemy have felavea ol rebels be liberated unconditionally 
lalety left Centreville for Lte«burg, where i and the slaves ol unioi, men on lair pay 
there are uow about 1200 men. The pick- 1 ment. ^ 

ets of (ien. Smith's division were fired ' Mr. Chandler offere«l a resolution to ap- 
upon last night at UwinsviUe, but no in pomt a Committee of three to inquire into 
jury was done. i the disusttrs of liuh's Itau and Idwards' 

Last night a deserter from the rebels I Ferry, 
named Williams reached our lines. He is I Mr. Lane of Kausa*. moved to amend by 
an ij^ngliahman, and was taken out of hisl inaerling SpriugUtld, Wilson's Cree^t and 
bed at Charitsioii on the night of the 4th I Dexmgion. 

ol June, and lorced into the rebel service, i Mr. Chandler said hi hoped the resola- 
Ue was a private in the 14th South Caro- Hon woukl not be amended, 
lina regiment, bui has been lor some time Mr. Lane aaid the m*u most entitled to 
u servant OI Beauregard. He escaped oo honor had been punished at Wilson's Creek 



thp h^J'i ' °^*''"' ^^^y '^'^^^y ofl to an island where ! ^°'^^ States, and their arrests as fugitives I v ?' 

kUC neau , the^v iir,. t.QfnhliQhi.w, .. <^<rl» . _« ...-• from Iwhor fkr aarntna ok^nl,] W., ; ?• . . I OFK 



„ , they ure establishing a settlement of their ' '''°"' ''*bt"' or service should be immediately ' v. ». 

lie was the nwn nnA DDhofo tK..,- ♦kJ.xL. *U^ :ii i i I followwl hv militar,. ..—.„♦ ^« .l ^ DUttOUS OU. 



ton is dead. He was shot in 

the ball entering his left eye. tie was the , own, and where the'y think they will be al- 
ringleader in the acts of coldblooded atroci- '■ owed to live in security. They have plen- 
ties committed upon the scouts taken some ty ol provisions. The crops are said t,' be 
six weeks ago, belonging to Bank's divia- ^^^^^^ ^^^^ y^^^ ^^i*" f^^r ten years past. 
lon. One of his feats was placing a head | :i',7thV"'per:on"^^^^ before the am- 
on a pole and carrying it down to Drains Oreui ,uantities of cotton were stored in 
ville. General McCall succeeded m taking | barns anu storehouses. Ap many as 2000 

1 will take an army ! '^^^^'^ ^" ^^"^^^ '^°°^**'^ '° ''^^ "'*'**^' and ! bi.les were seen on the plantation ready 
.'„ , . , ^ i they are now in jail. Coleman died in the M'^'' ™*^^"- tien. Sherman, however, re 

111 work, time alone L„^^» „_^.„.- 4- „ . , 1, . .. 



Monday iasL iie was dressed in a new 
uniform ol blue, like those of the New 



He perished and was nacnSced becauae he 
was not relieved when ,ie could have been. 



Unttle Mnd Victory In Kast T«iii>«aa««. 



1 hut brave old hero. Parson Brownlow. 
with a force ot three thousand men, fought 
the rebel.^ at Morristown. East Tennessee, 
00 the Ist inat., and gained u compl'.ke vic- 
tory. The rebels acknowledge thetit^lvea 
whipped, and call it the first Federal victo- 
ry vt the WW. 



tor market, lien. Sherman, however 
most excrutiatiog agony, without any onpi ["^^. to Heiz<» it. lie says it la not contra- 
near him to regret his death r""""^ ""^ """"u' "''^ ^^ ^'"^ "^ authority to 
near nim to regret his death seize anj other property. Probably half 

— Ihe arat olticial act ol Hon. Samue of the crop, however, was not picked, or it 
Hooper, representative elect Irom the Fifth P'cked, not ginned, and would be lost, as 
Massachusetts district, wad to appoint to'*'"^ u^K'"^^'*' l^ave no ideu of doing any'la 
,. ^ rr .. , a. . X- , » , ' bor amce their task-masters have tied 

the United States Naval Academy, Chas ' 



ficirs of D«o«a*ed Soldlera. 



Senator Rick has transmitted to us a list 
ol Minnesota solditra who have deceased 
while iu the service ol the United States, 
wilh ihe loilowing note ; 

" The heirs ot each ddceased soldier are en- 
titled to the llOo bounty, aad to the pay due ' af-o„«.i, .^.^LV ' j"*^ '^"-'"*»' 
ihe soldier ai the d.ie ot his death. The wi- 1 '''^°«.^'* "' '^^ "my. according to Sec 
dow, if any, wiil h<jeutiU«(l lo a pension of $S 
ptT mouth." 

We omit the names because they have 



been often published. The proof of heirship, 
we presume, will be laid before the proper 
officers, i£ turoisbed to our roembars of | Secretary Cameron recommends its grad 



Henry Davis, Jr., son of Commander 
Charles H. Davis, who was second in com- 
mand of our Meet at Port Royal. 

— Gen. Jim Lane has delivered an ud- 
dresa in Boston on the War. He took 
strong anti slavery grounds, saying that his 
later experience had completely dissipated, 
his old reverence for the institution of sla- 1 
verff. He asserted that Gen. Halleck's' 
army was fightinif to crush treason, but at 
the same timeto preserve slavery. 

—Of 640,000 soldiers, the estimated 

ro- 
tary Cameron's report, Illinoia furnishes 
80,000, Ohio 81,000, New York 101,000, 
Pennsylvania nearly 95,000, and Indiana 
67,000. There are over 20,000 regulars. 
The cavalry amounts to nearly 60,000, and 



ai:t>jn Head Oorreapondeaoe, 2Sth. 

Yesterday our troops took possession of 
Tybee iahind, at the mouth ot the Suvaonah 
river, and shall continue 10 bold tne posi- 
tion, a.s it elltctudiy cuts ofl that citv trom 
ihe outer world. 1 am inlormed that there 
is good anchorage inside the bar, and that 
ships of war will be kept cou-otantly there. 
Another branch expedition went to St. 
Helena Inl.t and without striking a blow^ 
took the enemy's batteries. Toe guna had 

oeen carried inland. I learn trom authori- I the loliowing regu"lat"iou7are"'e37abir8h'ed'" 
tative sources that we shall continue to There ehali be appointed by tne Secreia 
hold this inlet also, a •k.'-^j .„„,..i:.:._ . I -„ .,* .u„ -i. *^' .. . ^ "^/'ceieia 

the interior is also 

not being a fait a<.\y/,*^t, i Ktep silence I ^r p'aces as are or may be occuped by 
°P°" '*• I forces of the United Slates, whose dutiea it 

The island is tmall, not as large as Port ^^'*" ^^' ^^ secure and prepare for market the 



followed by military arrest of the parties 
making the seizure. 

Copies of this communication will be 
sent by the Mayor of the City ot Wash. 
ingtou and to the Marshal of the District 
of Columbia, that any collision between the 
military and civil authorities may Ije 
avoided. 
1 aiii, f IfDtlemen, your very obd't servant. 
WILLIAM H. SKWARl). 

Circular of Secretary Chase. 

Wasuijiotojj, Dec. 5. 
The Secretary of the i'reasury has just 
issued ihe following regulations relative to 
securing and disposing of the property 
found and brought within the territory now 
or hereafter occap.ed by the United States 
forces in the disloyal Slates. 

TbKASUBV DBPA«TMS.Sr, » 

Washington, Nov. 30, 1861. J 
In ordtr to the security aod proper dis 
position of the productions of the soil aad 
all other property found within the limits 
of Slates or parts of States declared to be 
in insarrectioo against the Uarted Stattti 
now occapied or to be hereutter occupied' 
by the troops and authority of the Union 

♦ Ko t,-.!!..-.. I ..: ■' ..... ' 



soldiers, and having the New York j Th« pecpe want to know whether the~gal- 

! on. He buya the whole regiment | 'ant Gen. Lyou was sacrificed and why 

pplied with such uniforms only a regiments were sent 10 Cairo instead ol to 

week since, and that the current report was | his relief, and why the army moved at 

that they had been received in the South , saail's pace to reioloro.^ Col. Mulliijan 



was su 

week „... _ „ . 

. .x*„..igan at 

He states that there is an Lexington. The peopl.j wanted to know 
abundance of good shoes for those who can [ the names of those who permiited these 
pay for them. The pair he had on he pa:d things, and in his, (Lane's) opinion thev 
SIX dollars tor. would not have to look lar lor Urn man who 

IMPORTANT RECCNN0IS3ANCE. ; permitteJ the sacrifice of 



from Bobton. 



From Charleston. 

Nkw York, Dec. .^.— Intelligenoe from 
Charleston says the blockade there is con- 
stantly violated by >ai.^r^-i uUaonela to Kdis, 
to, and the Moifii or North Channel 
Vessels are certain of 12 feet of water in the 
iatter. Within a few weeks the brig West 
Indian, bark Helen, with naval stores, and 
the schooner General Riplej, with rioe, 
arrived, besides others of less rate. 

The steamer Isabel, thoroughly fitted up 
and loaded with 1000 bales of cotton, and 
the Prince ot Wales, are waiting an oppor- 
tunity to run out. 

There is about 12,000 North and South 
Carolina and Georgia troops on the railroad 
to Savannah, and 5000 in Charleston 
Most of the South Carolina regiment are 
still in Virginia. 

Five guntxiata are building at Charles- 
ton. 

They are confident at Charleston they 
can gather forces enough to meet us at any 
point on the mainland we may choose. 

The Bermuda brought 30U0 guns, ol 
which Charleston got hjif. 

The Fmgal brought 12,500 Enfield rifles 

Percussion caps and rifled cannon are 
making at Cbarlesion. and otner military 
equipments. 

Provisions said to be abundant and cheap. 

Prom Kentucky', 



LocisviLLK, Dec. 4.--The Provost Mar- 
sbai has ordered all the retail liquor estab-. 
liBhmeuis to ciose at 7 o'clock every even- 
ing until lurther orders. The depoi traent 
of the lederal troops in and around Louis, 
ville has elicited the encomiums of 
body. 

Captain Jacob Buckstuckle 



every 
who haa 



If. ^^'i- i-JOD. 

[Irihuiu'i S^iuU.] The intentions of ^"^ ^ amendment was disagreed to. 
Generals Foster, McCali, Hancock and Mr. Grimes ofl'ered a suDstiLute to ap- 
VVadsworth was to scour the country from 1 ^"'^ " Committee of two members of the 

Vienna to Hunter's liul. No enemy vvjyj ^"'''le and three membtrs of the Uonse to r'?';'^ ^^i"^''^''!'"^ companies for Colonel 
seen except two smal. panics, one Of three I '^''*''*^'**'*^ ^^^ <^^"^8 ^' the disaaiers to, *"'*"* i^^eutucky cavalry rtgiment, and 
men, beyond VienLa ; and one of fifteen i*"" "''"'"''*• | who received twelve wounds in the Mexi- 

men, two miles beyond Huyter's Mius to ^^ «^utiou of Mr. Feiibenden, the subject ff" ^a""* '^'*« jeaieiday defied Lieutenant 
neither of which could we gel clc-^e. ^o. ''^ P^^^t'oued till tomo row. Colonel ol thai regiment, 

enemy ha. been seen iu the region ihey vis- 1 *^'"* ^^ '^''"" ^'"^^ "" '^'-^ that he should ^, ^^^^*^' ^" ^^*^ Democrat Irom Somerset 
ited Since Sunday. tomorrow introduce a bill to abolish Sut- "'^ ^""^'^'^'*'^'^ f'^^r, suys Hopkin", leder-. 

ARMY OKHi'KWs nis.M ^L^n *'*^^ '" ^^"^ voluuiter beivice. "' *'°^f '^^'^ ^'^r*^ encamped near Somer- 

ARMY OM. U.E6 DlsM.^feED- Mr. Grimes moved to take up the reso- "^^ ^" ^'^'"^"''^"'^ '•^- ^ "'^f'^ attacked by 

vv A8HINOTO.V, Dec. 5— Vice President ' ^utiou to iuvtbtigaie the tase ot Col. Miies ^^^.'"'^beia who planted artillery on tne op 



d Senaiurs Fessenden ' He said a court ol enqiiry had lound tuai P^"*^ ^^^^ °^ ^"'^ '^^""^ '"^t Monday. Ttxe 
ts ot the Smithsonian Col Miles wus ioioxicaitd to a certain ex ^'O"«>P0"dcnt says one reoel oflicei killed 
icancies occasioned by ' tent, enough lo jusidy c;ol. Richardson to I **"' ^^^^ "** lurtner particalare. Tne 37tn 
' " " " ■ apply epiihets lo him but not enough ,^. *''^ '*<*'•*» onio regiments hod come to re- 

...1... !,:._ ._. _„ .. O novo Unnitma n. i . 1. ..„_.l._ 



), A third expedition to I ry of the Treasury, with the approbation of 
a at woik, but its action | the President, agents to reside at such ports 
xcompli, I keep silence ^r places as are or may be occuped by tiie 



Royal Island, and i.^ chiefly oi use as a step 

ping sione to Cockspur Uiand, lying imme. 

diaiely to the norm of it, on which is 

a very stro:,g work, 



cotton and such other producu and proper 
ty us may be found or brought witdin tae 
lines ot the army or under the control ol the 
lederal anthoriiiea. 
To enable such agents ta fuitii the duties 



Hamlin hwts appointed 

and Trumbull, Regents 

Institution, to fi.l vaca 

the death of Senator 1 'ouglas, and the trea' 

son 01 Mason. 

ABamtant Surgeon J. O. Herndon, of ' the fact- of ice cabeTo-i-o tr'lhTp'^oDte' 
Virginia, has been dismissed by direction ol The resolution was agreed to ^^ 

the 1 resident, lor deserting hia post. i Mr. Trumbull introduced his bill for con 

M.jor Lynde has also been d..»a..«8ed for ' fiscaling ibe property atdgivmg freedom 
a simi ar r.ason, aud for subseqneniy sur- ' lo the blaves ot rebels H 



take him Irom commanc. He wanted all 



neve Hopkms with cavalry. 



From Missouri. 



Congress. 



OIR NEU8 MLAiaiARV. 



-A son of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher 
had been appointed Second Lieutenant in 
the 4th Artillery U.S. A. 

— George D. Prentice states that be had 
nothing to do with the article in the Louis- 
ville yi>unja/, censuring the .speech Cameron 
made at the dinner given by Forney in hon- 
or of Prentice The entire article was a 
misrepresentation of Cameron's speech sent 
by some person without, the knowledge of 
Prentice. Secretary Cameron's opinions are 
those e-xpressed in instructions to Generals 



ual reduction. Secretary Cameron also 
recommends the abrogation of all distinc 
tions between regulars and volunteers. 

— The Utica Observer announces the 
death of lion. Henry Wager, at his resi* 
dence in Western, Oneida County, at an 
early hour on Monday morning. He filled. 



dome up to the wharves of the city, and 

.„.• .- ,r I larger veiiaeld come up the Five Fathnm 

during his life, many prominent positions, Hole, four miles below " ^ 
among others that ol member ol the Leg- 



siiuated Fort Pulaski- 

that delends the entrance to the ba'vanaa'h w - ... 

river, aod is the defensive outposi ot the i ^^^oiviog upon them, the military and^na- 
Savannah itself. Fort Palaaki AiV 6c«f r t *' *"'^'^"tiea. under proper losiractiona, 
look out for lis rear as well at, lu iront, and i '*'*^ render such military aid and protection 
the rebels ot Savannah bad better be get- 1 *** '"'^^ '^'^ '''^q^""td to carry out tbe loun- 
ing ready their sackcloth au^ ashes. Sa I ^"^"^^ "^ ^^^^ department, 
vannah Is fourieen miles above I'ybee Island, , ^'ersons h.ld to service for life under 
on iheSavaoouh river. It is a g,u>d bar- !' '^''*'^ ^^^^' ^^^ "^"J *^e found within such 
bor. Vessels requiring 14 feet of water "™"*' ^^y ^^ employed by the ageuia.who 



IMPUKTAXT ORDEtiS OF G£N HaLL£CK. 
St. Louis, Dec. r. — General Haileck haa 
iSBUcd a lengthy general oruer with reference 
to tne tthccis ol this dtpa-imtnt, the prin- 
Cipai pomis ol which arc as follows : 

' leuieuant Colonel R. G. l-arrar hag 

appuioted Pruvoet Marshall tti.d Gee 

ol Department. 

Communamg officers ol districis, posta 

^ ^^ry6, arc uirecied to arrest ana uiace 

«ts e;tisteoce shall take | m coufinemeut ail pereo.s in 



anc 



islatnre, and Preaideat of the State Agri- 



> J u o ,.r ^'^^ ^^^y '*> '^^^feo- 

ded by b ort Wayne on the east side, by 
Port Jacksot^at Five Fathom Holp'nnH 



bom Hole, and 



cultural Society. He was an uncle ut Maj. ' ^^ ^'^""^ Fulaski on Cockspur Isknd. 



Gen. U. W. Halleck, U. S. A. 

— It is stated from a perfectly authentic 
source that a bill has already been prepared 
and will soon be introduced into the L^ia- 



Butler and Sherman, and will be reiterated j Mature ot Kentucky, confiscating the Slave 



They have also, since secession, erected a 
small fort on Skidaway Island, covering the 
creek to its west, (see map,) by which f/un- 



will prepare lists ot names, sex and condi 
lion ol such persons, anJ as near as m^iy be 
their respective ages, together with the 
names ot any persons claiming their services 
which shall be in triplicate, one lor the mil' 
itary commandant, one for the agent, and 
one to be immediately forwarded to the 
Secretary ol the 1 reasury. 
The persona so listed will be organized for 



which they hay 
.\djulant Genera 
A Kicbmond 

gre« d.j Irom Mbsonri. ■■ „ell,ou, who, dunii .u «ii, '^ 

by the U.,oo„« to weaken JZ"Z> Sr^lo be eX ^d a 'a'"."- ""' '"' ' """ "' ""=""'"='«'" '" ""« reb.„.' 
line. I .. •• e -'• 

ToS a^-:„^r^rir"tb:' tr. rirr^tb^f re'^;^s.rr :rr -^''"'^ •""™^"° -^ ^- 

leer service, now prisoners in the hands of ' property oi eaeh individu ,1 ^^^ and lor i A n n.r=n i ^ • . 

.be t.e„,. .,r «Por,ed^»^^»..;.n. ,„„.,„„ ; l£.L .b^-r .„ ^..L^^^^l^l ^^J^^J^^:^ ■---' P--- 



arms against 



encouragement to the rebels. 

' ti... , w 11 "^ property in j All property belonging to such Dfr«on« 

the rebellious districts through the military I which can be used b^ tne army w m ^ 
nronenv n n.... ........ ,.. ,,^,, p^,,^,.,^ ^, i^,\^^^ purpose. !nd Ml 

other properly will bt examined bj » ooard 



boats could get up toward'ther'ear ofsavan' .?.!?"'!u^'''^ ^^^^^ .'" ^^^^'^^« ^^'^ prepir- 



in the report to the President 

First. Lieutenant .1. B. F. Tatnall, United 
Statfcs MarintI, late commanding the Ma- 
rine Guard of the San Jacinto, who was 
conveyed to Fort Warren last week, is a 
son of (Jommodore Tatnall of the Confede- 



property of Kentucky rebels— and that it 
will undoubtedly become a law. A similar 
bill will be put upon its passage in the Leg- 
ialature of the new State of Virginia, west 
of the mountains, now in session. 

Major Slemmer, of Fort Pickens fame. 



rate Navy, and entered the United States [ '^ so dangerously ill at Huntonsville, Vir- 
service as a Midshipman. ginia, that at last accounts his life was des- 

— 'ihe Norfolk Day Buox of the 22d | P^''*'^ ol. 
Bays tbe follawing is a copy of the official : 

dispatch dated " O'Banncnsviile. near Pen-| "^"^^^ PORT ROYAL. 
sacola, one o'clock, Monday, 25th" : ; r^ir o«:rPAr/ojr or TiBMM-AiTOTUKa exi-g 

The enemy seems satisded, aa be does noti Djrioif sMAvr. 

reopen fire. They have area into our hospi- 1 

tal. but my sick had all been removed. Many! -^ 'Week's Ne-vvs by IVlaii 

hot ihot and inuumerahle sUeil were thrown i 

into the Navy Yard with comparatively little 
damage. 

(S'Tued) BRAXTON BRAGG. 



nah. 'The guns on the parapet are mostly 
field pieces, mounted on frameworks of wood, 
instead of regular carriages. Besides these! 
strong eartnworks have lately been thrown 
upon the mainland along the river, and on 
the islands in the river, to resisi a naval 
attack, as well as earth worka on ihc west 
and south to resiat a land atta;k. Every 
spot ol vantage ground has been seized 
upon and prepjred for defence. The city, 
like every other secession city, considers 
Itself impregnable. Nevertheless, it seems 
the people irill decamp when they hear of 
Port Royal and such things. The cotton 
shipped from Savannah amounts to about 
400,000 bales of upland annually. 

A SBCOND KXPgDITION. 

The vessels of the .second expedition 



v»n 1 o;h- 
territory 



The United States transport Illinois ar- 
rived at New York, Thursday morning, 
from Port Royal, Soalh Carolina, bavioi: 
sailed thence on the 25th ultimo, at twenty 



the farthest. 



mg, comprising the Third New Hun>.«h 
Lighth Maine ; b orty-sixth. Fortv-spvp. 

. making Companies 1, K and C, of the Third Rhode 
t brings a island \ olunteers, and twocomoanipa nni 



«.. " — '^nday ... 

Ihe troops comprising the 

land force will consist of the First Brigade, 

A .' . r u . o , o . ^ .. - ^" *^''g»d'«',,^«ll"»l Viele, command- 
— A Northern gentleman who has re- — ~ " " ^."~ *«-^ >- 

sided in Mississippi three years, reports that 

at Meniphi.s, a fortnight ago, there were ™"^u'*=9 ?*»' four o'clock, p. m 

lO.OOO soldiers, who have been fortifying I ^^^^ run in fifty-nine hours. She «..ug,o x..-uu . u.uuicci a, anu two companies 
above and below. In Nashville there was ^ "''" ™**' "^"^ sevenry-four passengers. Serreli's Volunteer Engineers 

also a large force, well armed and clothed, 
nearly ail from the Gulf States, with the 
avowed intention to make Kentucky the 
battle field 

called for by Governor 
would be held as a reserve No fears were 
expreesed of slave insurrections. The feel- 
ing in Last Tennessee was as unanimons for 
the Union as that m .Middle and West 



ing for the market the cotton, nc 
er products found within the 
brought under Federal control. 

Pay rolls will be prepared, and a strict 
account of the labor daily performed by 
each person entered thereon, for which a 
proper compensation shall be allowed aad 
paid to the laborers, tbe amount ot which 
compensation will bj fixed in proportion to 
the service rendered by the agents and ap*. 
proved by tbd military commandani and 
the Secretary of the 'I'reasury. 

An inveulory of ail horses, mules and 

other stock, vehicles for transportation and 

other projAirty will be caret uly made and a 

copy transmitted to the Secretary of the 

Treasury, signed by such agent. A record 

^^ ail products taken possession ot will be 

m.» imIi-«^-i^ 4 . —' "».^.,o»de, and those of each plantation kept 

now fully coaled and provisioned, ready for ' ^''tinct. *^ 

"^''h..^-.'' ^-^P^'^^ ^" ****■' ^y Monday at When prepared for shipment, packages 

from the several plantations will be plainly 
marked and numbered, so as to be easily 
distinguished. 



are 



Zr^y^ y '"''? P'""""'^'"' or creditors and to be held for tne benefit ot 

reported missing, be transferred to skeleton ' loyal citizens despoiled of property by the 
regiments to be lormed by the Govenorsof | rebellion and to defray tbe cxi!onse8 incur- 
the respective fetates, and to consist entirely ,' red in its suppression ' »^ "' 

of such missing officers and men. The va- 1 The oill ai.-o forfeits the claims of all re 
canciesthuH occa*ione.i in the regiments ^ bels, and those who give tnem aid and com 
will be hlled by Governors of the various] fort, to the persons they bald in slavery 
Slates to which^the regiments belong. ^ The bill declares that tUe slaves thui for- 
- "^ ~ j f*^''*^d shall be free, and makes it tne duty 

Interesting Southern IVews. of the President to provide lor the coloniza« 

^ ^ tioo ol sucn as may ue wiiiiui/ to an t/> 

DI.SPATCHES FROM KEBEL SOURCES. | some tropical country wher b^ l/Lve 

th.-! '"'^"' ^"^.^^T:^^' >«^"*^ican of t.,e protection ot the goverumenTand U 
this morning says the Uriomsts bave aban seeure in all the rights and p iv nc!.^ of 
doned lybie Island. One Rhin load left on freemen pnvn^^es of 

Saturday f..r tbe North. On .Saturday' The property belonging to traitors or to 
aftunoon a large ship stood m t.r Warsaw ' tho.se giving their aid or comlort^ho Ly 
inlet Com. iatnali s tl..et went after her I Oe convicted by Judicial tnbunlt?o be 
!^ . i"^^^'^- 1^^''^ """^ ^'^ ""*o° I 'or'^^'ttd on their conv.eiion. m .a? esl 
vessels ofl I'y bee island yesterday. tate tor lile and pergonal p operty tor eve!^ 

Ine schooner VV aierman for Charleston ' Mr. Trumbui. made a UniThy a^Lument 
was wrecked ott I'ybee on Friday morning.! ,n support of the bill, '"c b |l was o? 
^he tel mto the hands of the ..lockaders. dered to be printed and Merrei to Judic' 
Ihe cotton and provisions on Hutcbirson, ' ,ary Committee 



Fen wick and adjoining islands were de 
stroyed by tire Tuurtday night last, by the 
propietora. 

BLOOD AND THUNDER FROM MEMPHIS. 
Oaibo, iu., Dec. 5 . -The Memphis Ava- 
lanche of the second couiains the loilowing : 



Mr. Clark gave notice that he should of 
fer an amendment to the lugitive slave bill 
Senate then went into txecutive Sessioil 
and adjourned till Monday 

flousr—The Sfieaker announced vacan- 




UL13D Head ' crrt<«poodene«>, 20Ui. 



An account of all provisions, of whatever 

character, found on such plantations, will ' and completely rotit ing them. Maj. Gen. 

be taken, and such provisions will be used j ^«o. Crittenden has arrived at Knoxville to 

j as far as may be necessary for tbe sunten-i take command of the Confederate forces. ' 

anoe of the laborers thereon. | Gen, Rains had cut Montgomery's forces' 

I Any deficiency of subsistence will be ! to pieces, Uking Montgomery a prisoner.' 

The expedition will probably make a ''"PP^'^*^ hy the United States commissary, I McCulloch had surrounded .Sigel at Sedalia. 

t all 

brilliant, is hardly less important" than 'the| BruKSwick is t'ho'aghrto'te the place°°The 

. ..„„ i.n.« ■-• M one of Gen. .Sherman's ; but most , . . , 

army oflicerd are opposed to it, | '°'' ""^^^^t, shall be shipped for New York. I where are docking to his support. 

believed he would have at 
before reaching St. Louis 



^^!t} '?'^^'?'*° «opomplisbed at this place demonstration on some other point alomr ! °P"° ^^^ requisition of the agent to whom I it was believed the latter wouTd be lorcedTo 
:?f:-_. r*."®i?^ }^^ ^'**' ^^o^S^. not flo| the coast. Its destination is not known ^^^y '"" ^ charged, and for which he 



account . 



ill 'surrender or be cut to pieces. 

Gen. Price had crossed tbe Gascon ad i I 



lary 

Territories— Steele. 
Indian Aflairs— Phelps of California 
Public buildings— Blair of Virginia. 
Military Affairs— Dunn 
Committee on Lt-tablifhcaent of a West 
ern Armory— Kellogg of iiiinois. 
Pacific Railroad— Surge 3t. 
Mr. Gurley oflered a nsolution, wb ah 



laitie pre. 
lence-., wituiu our linA, giving mtormaiion 
or commucicaling with toe enemy, wiii tt 
arrested, iried and shot at- spies. 

tefBons not comminsioned or enlisted in 
the service ot ihc 8o>caiied Coniederate 
states who commit acts ol bosulity will 
not be treated as prisoners ot war, but pan- 
ished as crimina s, and be shot or less ae 
verejy punished, according totherui.gof 
war. 

In coubequence of large numbers oi union 
famil.es and nou combatants havinif been 
plundered and driven Irom toeir homes la » 
destitute condition, and thousands of such 
persOUB are now finding their way into this 
city, and ttic Provoet Marshals are directed 
to ascertain the condition of persons so 
driven Irom their homea and under tbe mU- 
itary law of retaliation, quarter them in 
the houses and feed and clo he them at the 
expense of avowed secmsiooists, who al- 
tfiough they do not tbemselve* rob 'and 
p under, give aid and tncouraKcment to and 
abet and countenance sacb acta of their fel- 
low ret)els 

SBDA1.IA, Dec. 4.— The country west of 
here is again reported to be overrun with 
numerous bands ot from filly to seveotywfive 
men, who represent that they are from 
Price's army. The)|enttr every Union man'a 
bouse and carry ofl bedding, 4:c . and pro- 
Vteioufc, and drive ofl" ai! the horses and cat- 
t.e. 1 he larger gangs bave teams and wag. 
ous to transport ineir booty. They will 
undoubtedly run to Price as soon as they 
can steal enough to supply their w&nUj for 
Ihe wiDifer. A detachment of cavalry left 
here tnis uiorning, and we shall probubly 
soon bear of some akirmiahes. 



The 30,000 additional troops j ^^enta of that memorable day. 14,000 or project is one of Gen! SbermM'a*'"but m^t I ^^"0° «°<J other articles, when prepared i river en rou'te trSt.^'l^u'iK Teopre^eveVy i *'^, ''l^opt^d, requeuing tbe Comm'itte^ on 
iovernor Harris of Tennessee, I ^^'^^?0"'3*>*y« oee° constituted into a of the army officers are opposed to it I 'or market, shall be shipped for New York where are flocking to his supnort It mi"'^'^"""^ ^^ '°^'>""e U a tel graphic censor 



Telegraphic Items. 

Baltimori, Dec. 5 — The boat from Old 



??.^i™?°Lm°1?/_.^!8'^ }^^^^ variousi They think' the takiog^waTof^S.OOO ir ' ''"^ *« far"us"pra7tica'ble by'ThrreHumTog I beireved"he"'wou'l?have an" army "oV' 60,000 j '*.^.'^"' the press^has oeen estabbsbed in this | Point ..as arrived, but brings no news. No 



needs generally attended to It was a labor, 6,000 men (tbe force necessary for a'uch an government transports, and all shipments 
ot no smad difficulty simply to land the undertaking) from Port Reyal wonld leave «^*''' ^ consigned to the designated age at 
troops ; but that was nothing by compari- that place too weak to encounter anv de»i*' ^"^^ York, unless otherwise specially 
son with the unloading from the fleet ofi termintxl attack Irom the large rebel force ' ^'^^^^ ^y ^^ Secretary of the Treasury, 



transports of their cargoes. 



are from tim 
inst 



.Memphis papers ol the 2nd 



h.ye been built, . pl.„k-ro«i ^^.^i jf^be mi" ir-d."" u^^"'^ .le"'.'*""? ! "'...T/:^'! Ifl'lf .!^?.1l'.°'',.!!L'».''f.P' I «""«'«' .1^—' "" • l»"g com„n„i 



I'enneesee is for rebellion 

-Secretary Welles, of the Navy, ^ys | "orehrs^esTuI' upCreceJfe't^^' l^^^^ l*™^^ thatVh;;"^ i by the agent of all supplies furnishod'the I catToT in the A^j..ai, showing the insuffi, 

m his report, that fugitives who seek refuL ' of the vSsEls ovcm erS 1 n^?'' «""' '^ " •"'^"^'^ .''^' ^°' ^^^^'^'^e than government, and of all expenditures made. ! ciency of rebel i^iences at and above Mem« 
.« w^iLa J. . "«'"*««» woo seeK reluge , or ine VMseis, ovens erected, a poet office | aggressive operations i but officers of pt> rhisageni will transmit a weekly account ohia IL suvs ('.)lnmhns onr^ ir«.f ,h 

w° tb "cWlton jr.^' 'h I" r"""'^ T^^Tu^rZr^jitS.t.'"^;: f^T" 'ir """" " P""--"" P^'; ; »' "» P^^-ir. « tb, Se.r.^JrjTZlf^J!:, Zl> b.t"oTro™lTi„"S'ar ' 
witn rebellion, should be delivered to the r'^"^^ P'^ ™'"''*'7 'ahors, such too lavorable an opportunity for the South ' ^'^"^"^J' and render hw 



regiment re 
Secession is. 



^l.nm'jf .i' ^' '^^ waose aiilhority, and by | flags of truce had passed. I he detach- 

Cahi^. December 5-The following items I ^tsL .o TJ ?:,r°D^'n";,''H"r ^ " "^' ' ""'L?^ '''' ^'^' ^' ^'^ '''' 

> #,^.„ ..,.. M, ..„..!,; -, ... .7 ., " ^Bsorsnip nas not t>een used to restrain i turned from he eastern shore 

wholesome ponticalcrlticisn and discuwon, i defunct. 

Si^nTwK2^'°'^'r'''''^"'''r^'*! NawYoBX. Dec. 5. -A private from 
been to withboW from the enemy informa- ' Port Royal states that one of the Quarter 
tion^in relation to tne movements of the | Maners^bas on bis own r^ponsibimy^^^ 



a poet office I aggressive operations i but offioers^jf'ex" „/^*!'^^^&^"^'y''' 'f^^^mit a weekly atxjount p^^^^ He says Columbus once loet, the 

Federalists wonld have no trouble in march-i rpiprnna th^ ^«,.-^„o k j . .u o 7" "' "-"». -'c lo jeecivc ov ccnia 

acconnts m dupli ! ing direaly to Mempbia. and that Mem- , dent^Mel^JT^L^^^^^^^^ ''°' »'l "'''•^^table cotton, and 



^ u i about 40 gins at work, the neirroes as an 

btephens submitted a series of resolutions | inducement to work, a^e to remvrSO cenS 



the naval service are supplied they should i ^ork along the shore, constructing wharves 
fw employed by the army ; and when there I '^''^'^S horses through the water and sliBllQg 

are enough for that also, they should be aU i I^h '*"'1:.'^'^'^'°^ cargoes, rolling barrete, 

-P.I tnln fr^ •'« "e ai- ^ and guarding property .: wbUe three or four 

< ■ ' lulea ofl, another thooMUKl was engaged io 



lowed to go free. 



tbe army should diatinguish itself as well. designate for the purpose. | Rebels are sending their cotton to north- 

i ^^ agent will so transmit hia business | ern Alabama for salety. 

Thb Union Club give their regular party ' *°° ''^^P ^^^ accounts that as little injury Coflee quoted at one dollar per r>ound n 

this eveniK at Axmory Hall m possible may accrue to private citizens Memphis— none to be had. Bacon ninety 

- ^^^ may mamtam. or may within reason- (cents, and other provUions in proportion. 



phis would be entirely defenceless, and inde^ i t^ "^^^ "^ '^^ appropriate commit- ( tbey have gone into the business it is 
ind in- tensible. He calls upon every male citizen i Wp a r„«n «.,.„.. i .k . . i .- . I "^^^oted with enthusiasm. 
iJitary 1 of the Stat^ to enroll himself, and threate^^ the ZV n^- « T. f h ^"^ ^1*^'°'^ *° ' ^''""'^^ "^ Commerce adopted a memo 
- may I all with death who do not. . L.^if' «.THr^i.^^;L^'l^'*l'J'L^! «/.^! ! ■•*«•' ^^'^^^^ting tbe President^o send t 



wo 



crmi?^ofre"m;;^bet'^ '' ^ "^^ IZZ^^Zir"^'' '"^ ^'^^^ ^^-^^"^^ 

sidf ;h^t"fhl^';lar;L^^%^^^^ 7 one l:teCTer:;''i:^^SSrsJ;=^f:• 
«hould not i^ f^^L ."** "orlhweat on application of the Disirici Attorney of 
tJ^?the«nh^.tTf?' "" ^ ^^^^'^'\^<^^°. charged whh hiring fitted out the 
that the subject of defenses ooocerned not a slaver Brutus from New Bedford. 



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feT. PADL, FRIDAY, DECEMPE& 6. 



Ail BortM off It«aas. 

— The New York World, in Bpeakinp of 

the Mixare of Masoo aod Slidell id Kogltiod 

iays: 

Tha Treat doe* not go farU)»r ibao Saint 
Tbuas*. vtMf« «tia oooneocs with aaoiber 
•tdiiaier. If. how ver, uuder the urgency of 
the »trett iW i HM . ti4M aboald taavo fOM 
througti to S jutiiarapton, it would have been 
impotMibie lor her to b»ve arrived before the 
MiliDg of the U.maUya. Tue I'reui left Ua. 
va'ia oa ibit 7lh Novenaber, ^ud aliuw log ouljr 
flrteeo dayt for her passage, would reach 
duaihamplan ?n tha 22u at earliest. The first 
ntw« waald reach tugiaaJ by the Jura from 
Qiebeo, oa the 16th. auU ao official kocouut 
from L 'fd Lyuus would (jiubably go uut by 
tha Pefdia on the 20th. Th« in't^iligMuce would 
iharafore. reach the Brlimh Qyv-rnmeLt aboat 
tbt and of November aud tbe flr«t reapou^a 
may ba axpeeted bj the £aropa, to sal oa the 
IO.h Nofember, or the City of Aew York, 
•ailing oa tha 3ih of December. 

— Tbe Il.ioois Ceutral Railroad Compaq 

cy are baiidiog ekveo miles uf coro cribe 



THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. 8AUVT PAtL. FKIOAV. DECEMBER 6. 1861 



The Will or the l.ate FraneU Jaekaon 
off Boaton. 



always tbe Chairman of tbe Committee od 
Finacce ; tbe details of which departmeot, 
be manefed with pmdence and economy. 
He has lately gone to bis rest, and bis will 
ottered lor probate, shows that he has re- 
membered bis former aseociatea and tbe 
ideae they have 80 loog been iocalcatiog. 
The foliowiog are some of his beqaests : 
To (ieorge Jackson (a brother), 82 000. 
To Stephen b Foater, Abby Kelly Foa- 
ter, Charlea C. Burleigh, Parker Pillabory, 
Lucy Stone, Lydia Maria Child, Oliver 
Jubnaoo, Charity Leoox Reaood, Charles 
K. Whipple, aod Robert F. Wallcot, $100 
each, " as a token of my esteem lor their 
fidelity to moral principle, aod their devo 
aloDf the liue of their road, twelve miles' t>OQ ^ tbe caose ot human freedom aod 



Frteuda off tho Pnsldeiat. .^^'i, 

Mr. Hay, private secretary to the Presi- 
Kveryonewho knew the littte clan of deot hw-^ touching sketch of Ootonel Baker, 
NewEoglaDd AbolitionSsts, that congre- in i/ar;>«-'. (or December; from which we 
gated occasionally in Boaton, most recollect extract tbe foliowiog . 
Ffanch Jackson. He was an austere j Alas for tbe dead boors of Irieodsbip ! 
hard looking man, and always set med oat ' '^be goodly fellowship ol noble spirits! 
of place in each ac assemblage of entbnsi- i ^^^""^ ^^ *be good fellows who were 

asts. He could not make a speech bat was ' IV^"?" *^ ^P^^f^^^ '«» «»?« b^PPier days T 
" "'"*' »8i»**<-n' oai WW Hardin's so rit went up through tbe canopy 



aotith of Chicago. The capacity of this 
mammoth granary is 3,000,000 bushels. 

— Ons of the Atdes of Prince Napoleon 
has patliebed a saecin^t accoujt of the or- 



ganiaitioo ol tiie Federal army. He thinks ^*""^' "°*^ '* need be, the principal of said 
it. ^^ . • 1 / L r L tHqoest.tobe used from time to time, for 

its compoaitttjo is aaahigous to that of tbe t^e lollowmg purposes, viz : for the com 



French army, and :<ays that it is an at 
tempt to do in a few weeks what has re- 
quired seventy years in France. 

—The currency ot ♦.he South is now Con- 

itderftte Treasury notes, redeemable at no 

particular time or place ; State war b .nds, 

baaed on whatever the Governors cun con* 



the education of their son, Francis 1. Jack 
SOD, at Harvard College, after he shall have 
left the public schools of Boston," &c. Ac. 
I'he unexpressed part of this request is to 

tiscate ana steal; bank issuta ol non-specie wZm and'^He'^en''"''"^ '^e children ol 
pajiog curporutiuna ; villuge shiuplasteni. j ToTvmiam Uoyd Garrison, Wendell 
and " good for a drink" tickets of whisky Phillips, Edraand Qaioey, Maria W. Chap- 
sellers. jman.L. Maria Child, Edmund Jackson, 

-During lunch hoar in a scbouNroooi )y '"'f ^i" ^^"f,^''^';* '^'?'""'^' ^'^^^ ^^^^d 
" ^ Charles K. Whipple, in trust, "for the 



whose baleful shadow hung over tbe bat 
tling legions at Baena Vi-ta ; Bissell 
paaaad from lingeriog paio to paradise hon- 
ored in the highest by the State that be 
bad honored ; Douglaa lies under the prai> 
rie sod in tbe dear old State, whoa? half 
estranged heart boroed with more than the 
old love for him before be died ; Baker 
rests glorious io death, a precious offering 
to the spirit of Freedom, to which through 
life hia worship was paid ; and Lincoln 
sUnds, lonely in hif power, a sadder, si< 
leoter, better mao than of old, time begio- 
oiDg to sift its early aoows upon the 
blackoeas of bis hair, his beartt heavy with 
the sorrows of a nation, his miod and soul 
pledged to splt<abnegatiDg effort to keep 
from detriment in hia h^nds the costly 
treaaare ot cooatitotiooal government. 

Matters lu M|aao«rl. 

SuL«oiaOor Otaola&au Itoqulr cr, ffltb ti.*^. 

Geo. Halleok coofides bis plans of uov»* 
ments to no one except Generals Hamilton 
and Cullum. with whom he is frequently 
closeted in examining maps and topograph- 
ical charts ol tbe country. Ool. Catts, 
Major Thorn, Col. Totten and others of bis 
statf are in blissful ignorance of what tbe 
expenses, irom time to time, of completing tJommanding General proposes to do. Sol- 

»u J... .: *.. . „ ... ficieot has leaked out that General Halleck 

intends to entrap Price iu the interior, aod 
either make bim fight or surrender . Two 
divisions of the army, under Generals Segel 
and^Wyman, have ^ooe or are to move im- 
mediately to Springfield aod Osceola to cut 



progress. 

To William Lloyd Garrison. $4000, " as 
a token of ray esteem tor his fidelity to mor- 
al principle, aod his devotion to the cause 
ot human ireedom aod progress; the in'> 



tort and couvenience of himself ana his 
wife, Heieo E. Garrison, during the tsrms 
of their natural lives ; and to defray the 



ReporU of City Odren. 

WBABVAOI RKPOBT FKOK NOV. 12tH TO NOT. 
18th. IMCLl'YITE. 

mty »J SL Paul : 

Idol. 

Not. lUk, 3 BargM. 

do ^ ar Eagle, 
Not. 13th, Northern Belle, 

do La Oroase, 

do Milwaukee, 

do 1 Barge, 
Not. 14th, Prank Steele, 

do City Belle. 

do Northern Belle, 

do Key City, 

do 1 Barge, 
Not. 15th, Northern Light 

do 1 Barge, 
Nov. 16th. Frauk Steele, 

do 3 Barges, 
Nov. ITth, Favorite, 

do Pembina, 

do Itasca, 
NoT.'lSth, Albambra, 

do 2 bargea^ 

do Autaiope, € iJrlpai 



tiets 3 pet ottQt, 



u . WIS 71 

BespectfoilT mbrattted, 
JOflJf B. COOK, Dep y WharUaaster. 

WHARFAUK ACCODMT, «»CMV«0 raOM NOV. 

19Tn TO THE 25th, ikcwjsive. 

''"liHf ^Jf^T"^' ^* '"'■••«<*«»' and Comnion Council o/ths 
1861 

NiT. 19th, Prank Steele, 
do Antelope, 
20ih, Favorite, 
2 1st, Fanny Harris, 
•22d, Frank Steele. 
24th, 1 Barge, 
25th. Prank 8teel. 



'ont. 


Am't n 




$7 60 


296 


14 80 


339 


16 46 


186 


9 SO 


403 


30 10 




2 60 


136 


6 80 


3U 


10 76 


329 


16 46 


369 


17 96 




3 CO 


407 


20 35 




2 60 


IM 


6 80 




6 00 


loi 


6 76 


364 


13 20 


340 


17 00 


187 


9 36 




6 00 


'AVi 


U 10 




6IS1 16 




4 43 



KARTFORD » NEW ADVEKTltSKMENTS ' NEW 

ii^TQ Inaurance 'Joinp'v 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



OP UAHTiORD. CONK. 

OAPITAL AHO SUBfUOB. OVKR .SWO.OSO 

INCOKPORATBD IV 1810. 
T. C. ALLTH, Sec J u ULNTINOTOW, ITeal. 

Tke boalDMf ■>. mu Contpany haa b««D e*rn«doB 
■aec«aafall7 <or uVKB HALT A CKNTCBT. 

Ducted exBluKTAiv Ji Fire iMurance, and MMipt 
tr«m iha dlaaaiert kua miafanooea too oTiea au«D(Uut 
a MariBti boaioeat. cne H ABrOBD, wtta laorMaerfeap 
'ui and reaoaroe V 3>duuum loaObrd lade ui uty a(alnM 
loaior darnkge b i fl- o buUdlngg, merr&andUr aan 
othM- property. O. W. ABMSTRONQ. 

tefll-dly OAm ta Kaekubln't Baildlni. Sd •(. 



2J E W GEO C E R Y |[o U^Jl 
At SaiQt F»aul. 



AND EXCHANGE 



iu Montreal, some little girls were ooovers- 
loif upon ghosts. One of the ynuog dispa- 
Unts— a tine girl, thirteen years ol age, 



preparation and circulation of books, news 
papers, the delivery of lectures, speeches, 
and such other means as in their judgmeut 



TblM. 


Amt Pd 


186 


86 80 


37 


1 85 


116 


5 76 


168 


795 


136 


8 80 




360 


136 


6 80 




138 46 




77 








137 48 



said Wdriniy aiid loudly, that before a ghost *"'' "^**^ * P^^''*-' seotiment that will put 

an end to negro slavery in this country, 
320U0. Tlje above persons are to const i 
lute a Board of Trustet-s. 



should c^tcb her, she would throw herself 
out of the window — on the sill of which 
she WU3 siiiii,g. Ibe preceptrus.s, who was 
io the room at the tim^-, laitpcd her deak 
as a warning to maUe l&sa noistt, when the 
untorluuate young lady, citurtied by the 
noise, or, her nervous eystero terribly work- 
upon, tell or ibrofv heraejf oat ol the win- 
dow. 6ht was pickeil up, and medic li aid 



lo the above iJoard the sum of $2000, 
in trust, " for the benefit ol fugitive .'^hves' 
who may escape from the slaveholding 
States ut this iiifamoos Union." This clause 
or the will farther s.-ts forth, " I have long 
labored to help my native State oat ot ner 
deep iniquity, und her bare-faced hypocrisy 
in this matter. I now enter my last protest 
against her inconaistency, her injustice, and 



at once procured, b-U notwiihsunding eve- | btr croelfy towards au^uucflending people, 
ry atU:fii,iuQ ahe dit.'d in a lew hoars. | Go*l save the (ugitive slave that escapes to 

— The Hume correspondent of tfe Loo. I ^^^ borders, whatever may become ot the 
d.n Font .ells of an atrocious deed perpe- I ^«|?ino°'^alth of Massachusetts. " 
, . J ... . T, X' . ,M ^*^ W endell Phillips, Lucy Stone, wife 

trated near Jerracina. Ih. Naples dili J of Henry Blackweil. aud to Sasan B An- 
gence w.i8 stopped by roboi-rs, mid three 
goveromeot ofiicials detainer] as prisoners 
to extort ransom. The diligioce tl.en pro 
ceeded. When suUetquent search was 



oflF Price's retreat. The Commanding Gen 
eral will detail Gen. < 'uUum to take the 
field at once aod act under special orders, 
Generel Halleck will oot leave 8t. Louis 
until the expedition moves down the river. 
Tbe Major General will then assume full 
command ot tbe land forces, and commander 
Poote (who, as commander of the flag ship, 
ranks as Major-iieneral.) will be in lull com- 
mand ol tbe naval fleet, and both cooperate 
with each other. The utmost harmony eX' 
istjj between these two celebrated command- 
ers, and each is actively co-operating with 
the other in preparing their several com- 
mands for a succeaslul achievement both by 
land aod water. The country should feel 
thankful that the cause ol the Uoioa is in- 
trusted in such competent management. 
They have no superiors aud but few eqaalsj 
aod a graod cooqueat awaits their trium- 
phal march to the Sooth. 



Less 2 per cent. 



ReHpectfallv submitted, 
JOHN B. OaOK. Deputy Wharlmaatar. 

WHABr'AaS BSCtlVBO NOT. 26TH . 

^ S^5.^£"- ^ 'rtHdtnt and Common Council of tht Citt, 

of ."if. rt^l * 

Ton*. Am't P'd. 
146 65 34 
ISe 6 89 



rjCKRENCY 

QUOTATIONS OF 

THOMPSON. BROW.. 
Ba u k ePB 

AJTD 

DBALEES IN EXCHANGE, uAND 
WABBANTS, Ac. 

BAMXABLI rUNOB. 

Hew Euaiand 

JfJ-Waw. 
Wew Jarsey, 



New York, 

Okie, 

Indiana, 

Iowa, 

WlDoca Cnoaiy Bank 



PhUaaelphU. 
PUiabarfb 



B*infer Oo KD(<orM<l Senp. P«<H)te«' Baak, 
Ft- , i'««n»"i'l Sam, City ot St l-aul 8«.-ip 
roltfidSutei 6pereent.3m. NotM. 

KXCHAKOK RATES. 

Bankable Faad. eremlutt^ 

Ohio. InMAOA. Iowa "i ,* 

Nfw York aod Mew BMlai-d... V 

Am. Ool ■"e»»i« X 

Dalted Sutaa T'r^wyYi'w'H^''.'.'.'.'"^';'.::;', Q 
RubaerlpUori reentved at our OflUe lor the Nationai 
.bearing ; s U) int^ren, or on« oocu per d*y oa 

each 60 dollar note, by appointment ot tbe Saeretary of 

tnaXreavury. 
Norember 7. 1861. 



Coolev, ToTvercfcCo., 

Brmaeh or COULET A roWBB, (lonaarly LIV 
EBMOBE A cooler.) 8t. L*«u 

KSTABLlSfiED 1843 

WHOL.JBSAL.,S viBOCEBa 
AB» 

Ooxxixzxission Merchants. 

IMPOBTEB8 or »OSEION FRUITS. WITTS. 

WINES, LIQUOBS SBOARS Ac < 

JACKSOM STSJUT. UiTWKMlf LXVMX «• TUJRI>. I 



IJ A 8 H 1 C^ S H I 

eAID roB t,OTT«N BA.IK 
!. *.! /^.i r» ... . " In gooda 2H canu 

JiJ-P SKOOXD HAM) .sroviis. 

'• OLO IROK. 

- " - LE\n ANu ei:wTs.a. 

BAKBKLK AND BOXES. 

STEBCIUKO WOBK nONK. AKD FTKNOIL TOOLii 
KOBfiALK. •"• iJ> 

FoK tiAUCi—A food aMortm«di or rinwaf — Am 
on coQtlf iimenl 60,00u No 1 .xhiD£le« Aluo. oa aoa- 
usaman-, an fc«*iiriniei)t rf wmppiuK p»p»r. 
A^^'^i^~*^^^ kiBdaui rapairlBC doa* In ibeaaai^aM*, 
All kliioii of Lamps repaired and altered. 

Trapa aad« and %arrauiei not to l<r«ak. aod aoia 
T*ry elia«p, at manufaeiuer. ' p iv.«a at 
■7**-^°. „ ^ VifAL UCEKIN-S 

B'oof t^..,ct. R. bert atreet. aign •• 1 rap fncut f '■ 



YOUNG MEN. 



A ITENTiON 
A SCHOOL FOR MILITARY IN.STRDCTIOiJ. 

(IMrANTBV TACTI««» 
WILL BE OFKNKO ON THE 2d OF Dgc., 1861 

IK THK CITT OF ST. FaOL. 
and will coatinue iiirit« mooiha or iaafer, u dratiad 
It la deal(nf«d to fit youss man for the p«aiiion to 



col 

Tbe ttobool of lutruetlon will oommf^nre at 7 o'olxoa 
OL Moadny, Wedna«day wad Saiarday e»ec iaa« u aaeJL 
aaek. or ervj area inf n tbe waet, if deair«.d 

I'KKMd ASD DStAlLH wUi b# arraaxad taa fln 
«T«alLC of mertinK. 

Apptiesacii oan ieava their names at Mr. CHABLRS 
C. fc.i>ViTZ Kuratore. ou Thin atrwM. 

nijvgj dlw* ^, HAIfl- 



ne?7-d 



Nov. 26lh« Eollan. 

do Fraok Steal. 




Baay Leaaoua In Geugrapby. 

Fr m ih* CleraUnd Plalndealer. 
KIBSOt'RI. 

I'he modern and appropriate pronuncia- 



ma^ie tor the captives their heads were j men," and lor «h.' ci.-cuiaiion ot books, 4c 
touud affiid lo p.j.ts by the wayside. j ^ To his graod-jon, Francis 1. Merriam, 

A Negro at Beaul rt, on being qnes- 



married cr unmarried, the right to vote, to 
hold oBiL"e, to hold, manage aud devise 
property, and all other rights enjoyed by 



tioued by one of our oflkers, told the fol- 
lowing story : 

Well. Maaaa. you neber did aee how dem 
white pu^aou did take uu whtru dey jua hear 
bout hundred ship come dowu ofl" for; ; euch 
pack. BR and tracking ; load four horse team, 
tour male team, ox team, all kiod team, and 
take all ihiuc could take, aud all ladies aod 



I #100. 

i he eighth article reads : " On coming 
of ape, and soon alter, my father gave 
me and iett me, S5.000, with bis good ad- 
vice and example, which wa? worth many 
times that amount to me, lo begin the 
world with. 1 have long feit it an implied 
obligation, it able, to transmit an large a 
sum to each of my children." He accord- 



girls, cauae they mighi do l.ke .lev did lu Alex- lugly guve 88,000 ea?h to which is added 
audria when dey take hini. LiJun inuuirv th^ ^.c.? :..„«_..-.* »u -j " *•" o »uutu 

how thai wa8, 1 was told -That al dem^ Jof ^K^""^^ income of the residue of his estate, 
diers they du buae doa« wumeu moatahame| l^dmund and Gtorge Jackson, brothers, 
lul, 'viotat 
dey hear d 



d«re, all clear rijfbi oot aid d-jn't coino back, 
only (tumetiiae when uu ahip here, deu ruu 
away 'gnu wueD yoU3e all cooie Lack ; deu 
dey dribs off all we Digger and tell we datyou 

J wine to tak ' us all down South and sell us fcr 
erry low price." T&e idea ot beiiix sold for 
••berry low j^rice" waa to him mteauciy dis- 
taatelul. 

—The armament ot the ^'iogara, which 

rebel accounts state, was compelled to haul 

off at Feosacola on account of damage 



- . . . no one 

but ga lunatic will, without considerable 
allowance, the inhabitant? of Missouri are 
in a very bad State. A majority of the 
Union men are rebels at heart, plotting 
secretly in aid ot secession, while a large 
proportion of the rebels are disjruised Un- 
ion men. A Union family tree will have a 
rebel limb or branch in the person of a son 
or daughter, and the rankeet rebel house- 
hold will possess a saving clause in the per- 
son of a loyal ofiFspriog, who is proof 
against the poison of secession. Neighs 
bors whose back yards fmU on each other 
and who have lived on terms ot the great 
est intimacy for years— their grown up sods 
aod daughters sparking across tbe feoce— 
fire real bullets at each other from cbam- 
ber wiodows aod back doors. Loya 
oeighborh jodb possess little bands of deter 
mimd rebeltj, who burn, shoot aud destroy 
bears the signatures a. w "ness^'or Wi U '^"'^ tillages where rebels are greatly in the 

rohn B Munly. *^<^®°^«°cy ^"""^ Union clubs that cannot 



Lees 2 per cent. 



$11 86 

Reapeotfully submitted 
JOHN B. COOK. Depy Wharfmasier. 

Market mastrr's report. 

Gentlkjikn : Herewith I submit the report 
of Market Keats collected by me for the mouth 
of November : 
Stall No. 3— Received of Johu b^an 

from November 2d lo December tttu. 

18C1 

Stall No. 10-Beceived of Henry Protz. 

Irom November 3d, iS61, to Janaarv 

2d, iw2 •; 

Stall No. 9— Received of Max Eiberi, 
from November lath to December 
ntt>, 1861 

bull No. 16- Received of W. Yung, 
from November sih to December sih. 

1861 ; 

By order of the President of the Com- 
mon Council of the City of St. Paul, 
at tU t lime acting Mayor, I let Ed- 
ward Preis have the use ot the Mar- 
ket Hall on the latofNovember.lxtil, 

Stfia payment ot hve dollars 



IS 00 



6 00 



3 00 



BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE. 
AND THE 

British Revie^vs. 

GREAT l.VDUCSM£NT8 TO BDBSCBIBB. 

PREMIUMSAND REDUCTIONS 

L. SCOrr A CO.. NKW YOBK, eonUnue lo publlah Ute 
tolowiut laadinc Brttlati Periodioaia, rlt : 

THE LONDON wOARTERLV iConuerfHiTa.) 

THE EDINBURUH REvisW (Whlf.j 

3. 
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free ca.trob.) 

THE WESTMINSTER RkVibw (Ubaral ) 

t. 
BLACKWOOD'S KDINBtROa MAGAZINE (Tory.) 

The present critical auie ol Kurupean aa&irs will 
raador taeatr pabiicaU.>iia unusuaiiy In ereaunx durlnc 
U»e lortncoming y«.iu-. Tuey wlil .icoupy a middle 
uround betwe n 'he bartily wriuen ne»-» uem», crude 
specula wn'j, aud flyinjj rumors of the dally Journ»l 
and the puoderuua lume of the mture hlitor.au, wniien 
utter the living Inttrest and excliement of the >reai po- 
lilcal evenu ul the lime abal Lave patted uway. ii w 
to theae rerlodicaN ibai rr,deri muxi loja tor the obit 
really luietl gibie und rclUble hiatory oi ourreai eveata 
and a* auob, in ihelr » ell e«i«bliahed liierary, aoleauJle 
and iheologiOHl character, we urgr ihem upon the coo- 
I'lderatiuu oi thn reading public 

ThereCf ipiol ADVaNCK bUBEiSfrom the BriUah 
pubiiiihera give* addillunal value to these Bepnnis In- 
I aaiau>-h aa they ci.n now be placed in the haotUofkUb- 
I aorlbprs about as soon aa Me orig nal editions 



s 



APES FOE SALE. 



One large L.uue>s double Sala. and oae Bacu&'ii 
I ps'.ent sate. 

' Formerly In use al ihp haoAlng House oi N. J f 
Referring u> the abore, « a brg leave to stat<r, Uiat tor I ^^^A, where they c»u be seen, or icfonnailon <taa l>» 
the bettar aosomoiodatlaa iad eoBvenlsnss oi otirrns. I ^d by addresamc. 
loacr. and irlenda in u>e upper country, we tavc *.. novr-dlna-, "' I{ P^^JS^t'^. 

UbUahed a bouse at thU poini. (U» oonneetioo With the ! Z ' ^^jto^w .nuesota 

boaaeorCOOLKt ATOWSB.Hu Louis. wh«h will b«. |TTNMON COMMERCIAL 
continued as her*.iofore.> at d are c, „ opening a '-' 

i <JOJuIuE(JtK I 

COMPLKTK aod WELL ArtSORTKD I II«yward's JBloolc. Third Htre«t 

O. F. CARVER, PniKcieAt. 



Total. 




uu uuae uoa« women moaiaoame- i —«""<.•"" «"« v»<uijjc uaua&uij, uruiuerH, 

ingthempromi8cuuu.'l>.' Den when I are dtsignatfcd to take charge ot the pro- 
ai all ships doue pass oattery dowu perly lor the bent fit of the children. 



The will coiitaius twelve articles, and 
arri the signatures em witnea 
liam Ddll. VV. Vose, and John B. Munly 



The Speedjr Adranoe ot tbe Army of 
the Potomac 

Mr. Glenn, one of the editors ot the Cin- 
cinnati Gazette, now in Wa«bington, writes 



The gas bill is $1 2o, which is not collected 
The Mechanical Fnaileera are using itie Mar- 
ket Hall siuoe the 2ist ot November. The 
Company turnish their owa light. 
Raspectfully aubmiited, 

JACOB HK'JK, 
r, r. ^ Market Master. 

St. Pai'l, December 3d, 1861. 

BBIOOB RKPOBT. 



BBPORT OF BBCSIPT8 AND DI8BCHaBJ<«NT8 
dT. PACL BRIDOB FOB NOVBMBIB, )8Ki. 

Foi week ending Nov . 3, 1161 16 

" 10. 182 35 

' 17. 179 65 

' 2i, 116 »5 

Deo. I, 163 60 



it 



orig nal editions, 
TERM8.-<Regular Prices.) 

I Koraay one of Uie foar Beviews '^K^oa 

1 ftrt ' ii"'* y two of the four Keviswa j J^ 

•» WW ; For auy three ol the lour KeTUWa 7 uo 

iForali tour . I Oie Reiiewa, "*"" ill, 

I f-r Blackwood's Mayiiilue... .......;..:.:.: 2 ^^ 

j for Blaos wood aud one Bevlew 5 jJJ 

' (f {{Hckwuoaandiwo Bsrlews [^[^[[W 7 ^ 

»or Hia. icw..(d *nd three Beviewa, m 

Kor Mlacgw.)oa and Uie four Berlewa .■.".'■.■ lu oU 

Monti/ cvr tnt in tke Slaitwktrt imucd, wiU frc rtethtd at 
far. 

POSTACIE. 

t^J^rl^liVv J?.Ml<S'ifi'"- ^'l-'nlted Slates will be 
but TWftNl Jf KOtB CEmTha year tor "Bla-kwn..d •' 

Betuwl.**"^' '*'"''''' ''''•''^'* "^r tor et^h*Tf e 

IWS "** *** '* '"^"^''* ^* ^*«'*'°* *"" t" 'srnlsardfor 

AND AS A 

PBhMlUM TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS, 

the N i«. 01 the ame Prn dies s lor lt«o will be furnish- 
ed .:«)mple:e tcithout addi lonal charge. u.uiw* 

liniae Uie more et,ufcmeriU Maa^xlnes of Uie day. 
ibete fenodioau Itiae luile by a«e. Hence a lul 
ia7uX'?.".j;r«6r '^-"^ '• ^iard^d^n^-arVi^ 

Sub»crioer« w.saiagalK.ihs Noj for •«!. will be suu 
plied at ihe foi.vwlng iiremely low ratea, 

SPLENDID OFFERS FOR 1860, '61. & '62 TO- 
QlfiTHBH. 



STOCK OF <»ROOERIKS, 
WINES. LIQUORJ^, SKUABH. Ac. Ac 

to whioh Wo would luuie ttt« att«utiou of our iriends 

u»s pubiio gsaerallj , trtiatiof that the lonir 

•BiabllaliAd atandtnt aod repuiaUon r 

our houae, will beaaufficiaoi 

gnaraity of 

fAlR AND HONORABLE DfiALINU. 

an ' with the convieuon ntatiired and eonfirmed oi lonx 
en>erlence, that he true tiitereau ot buyer and sel- 
ler are beat proono ed In ihia direct n. we pro 
po«e msating oui- trisnda apon a 

OCiSll BaniSJ f I^RKNC^ BRANltV-quanbottiea-^V 

-v^ca^sxA .l_^<X»A» i , sr. CROIX RL M-p,ui-40c per bottle. 

iU<>LLANi;<4lN oo 36c do 
MAOKkIa WINK do 20 )«-r»oid, S60 per b.HUa 

Tlsw.ofrioseand dl.erf.teAUng buyen? I hK^nsI7'J^^^M*l'/'*l"fC^**'.?•'■ ***"'" 

■ ojDTv. I Miiusick tUAMi' .iuMi— Vvarianir4 gunalae 

, Sl-^Opar 4dart buUle. 

1 LOMtoN ttBows titoUT—lU pint bottle. 



<!aaiB. Tbe fttcUlitea for acqninnc a ihor-^iih 

Commercial Kdueation. 

in a ah«rt Urno, are not Inferior to tlK.ge oi^.ti in .im; 
lar Collegea at die East, 

KOR PAKTICULAHs 

OaU at iiie Btfoiua aa abot e. or address, 

o, , O. F. C'AKVlkK, 

aoras Union (Jommerelai OoUege, 8t Pa'41 

I KWIS'S CHEAP DRVf.i sfoBh 

I llie pureai aud beat liquor* for me 'ti dual u*e ta the 
J rttaie ot Mlaneaota, pnt up ty E. W. LewU in person. 
I Irom liquora in caskt. direct trom ue Costooi H jose "S 
v., below susi. 



I A lot of Paluts. (Colors. Glass, *o.. wUl be M>!il bajow 
; coai, astji lAsuuiee 

In lbs deparuB^nti of LKJCORd and^KUAKa,) our ! yi.Hr^Fi.yLrv";?S*l branda, 6c per to wit, per IM Iks 
suxsk is large and complete, embracing choice brands 1 tt .,?^^ ^ J '^^^ -«""•"• """'*=" »renrn-«cp.r 

conimede«clu»lTely toourhoose. aadiowhieh wecio- 1 "",'«L-KuuuASS-«Al6, »2:8;94I3 ll») lOAie 

fidea.ly iBTiie the attenUoa of ihoae interested, and DKM^B v'rk \'h 1.. ., . ., *. 

awalilnc an inspesUon of our stock and prices. r;maln tv^S^i!Hi^:^si':L'L'ltl'T-%'", 'T ItfZ. 



ajTji 



Very r.'s ecilullj , 

tO->LK\, 10WKR4CO 



CUUAEci— 60 UHDa FBIME FOB- 

kj lohlcoandN. 0,-S)bbl«crustiea, po»derea aiid 
Srt««rlf "*"■'• *"■* " »mv.,,for .ale it lowesl marSM 
prices, by t UULEV, ToWtB .t Co. 



PiikTrkTi ~. " " - ». « pergailoB. 

rAiM tjlL.— A new article, containing Bebzoie. Kara, 
'.o boiled Unseed u.i fur driloA Darocaas—" to 
per gallon. t>^v<.mK ..« 



ON 



duataned, consiata of twelve IKicLh shell ^^^^ P^^^'^^.^ovemher 2iet, on a qmstion 
guca. which h.ve always proved tbemstlve. !?"* " '° *''"'** everybody's mouth, viz., 
.0 deatrucuve lo an engagement, beside lev- ! ^^'"J^"^ ^^ «° ^^^a°^e of the Army of 



eral howitaers. The Culomdo carrits the 
same armament as the Wabash, twentj^ 
eight 9<iijch uLd fourteen 8-iLcb bheil gune. 

11i« Barsfooted Printer Boy, 

8om« thirty years ago a bartfooled boy 
floated down ihe Sufqaphanna oo an bum 
bleratt,Bnd arrived at Ilarrisburg. He 
came Irom the North, and belonged to a 
iRTge family; rU hia worldly goois were 
lied up in a 'ittle pocket hmdkercbief. He 
sought and obtained employment in a print- 
ing cSce as an apprentice. From an ap< 
prtotice to a jjurceyman, from a juurney- 
man to a reporter, from a reporter to an ed- 
itor, tbe printer boy worked his way, 
•gainst obataciea wlieh the Buffering poor 
only kii»./W Tbe y< ung adpircot became 
printer to tbe State, and by fiogal manage- 
Bteo was soon enabled to accomplish the 
object nearest hid heart— tbe establishment 
of bis mother iQ a home above want, ills 
brothers were b:3 oeit care, and in a few 
years they, too, with his sisters, were inde- 
pendent in the world ; the once baretooted 
printer boy waa in possession of afiBience, 
surrounded by a young and afl ctiouale 
iRmily. He rose io honor and office until 
the barefooted printer boy was elected a 
United States Senator. Th.*s man is Si 
MOM Camrron, the present Secretary of 
War. 



the Potomac this tall, or will it go into 
winter quarters without Bccomplishing any 
thing ? He says : 

THK GREAT COhFLICT PROBABLY AT HAND. 

Siucd my arrival here, several weeks ago, 
I have beeu inc.ined to the opinion, as be- 
lore intimated, that no battle would take 
place this fall. Xor, anxious as I leel in 
common with all others, that a decisive 
olow roust be struck belore the season clos- 
es, do 1 thibk it would be just to bold l>en. 
McUie lun responsible lor the postponement 
ot the eventtui issue, should such be tbe 
cuuise adopted. For he found the position 
bud, and bad to accept difBcuities which 
Were not ot his own creation. The ternbie 
blunder ot the abandonment of Norfolk and 
Portsmouth, wiih the disastrous loss of the 
GosporlNavy Yard and its immense arm 



be repressed by any amount of cruelty and' 
persecution, v^aeer state ot things io| 
Missouri. [ 

John C. Fremont was a resident of xVlis- 
souri lor a brief period, bat be moved 
away. Everybody has heard of his remo- 
val. He IS a good man, but proved inade- 
quate to manage a large tavern. 

The Hannibal aod St. Joseph Railroad 
is in Missouri, and the trains ran with reg 
ularity, although the bridges were all burn- 
ed weeks ago. They oon't mind the absence 
of a bridge at all, bat jump right over. 
The passengers get accustomed to it, Tbe 
locomotives and tenders oo that railroad 
look like sieves, they have so oiany bullet 
boles in them The rebels along the line of 
the road are Spartans in courage. Tuey 
pop away at a passing train from behind a 
tree with reckless bravery. 

Lexington will always held a prominent 
position in the history of Missouri, being 
distiuguiebed for tbe galant defense made 
by Colonel Malligan and kis brave Irish 
Brigade against vastly superior numbers. 
J'hey lought three days without Irish 
whisky, »or even water, and was compelled 
so succumb— they coaldn't get a suck of 
anything else. 

(iencral Price probably the most talented 
officer the rebels have in Missouri, although 



lotal, 

BZMCNgKS PAin. 

Nov. 3, To McCormack, $lo 50 

10, " McCormack, 10 60 

10, " Wm. Foley. 

10, ' W.:,. Foley, 

17, " McCormack, 

17, " Wm. Foley, 

24. " McCormack, 

34. " Wm. Foley, 
Dm. 1, •• McCormack, 



.«80S 70 



$6 (JO 
5 Ol' 
8U0 
S OU 

12 UU 

a 0: 

16 00 
IS IM 

17 UO 

10 



Total. 



1 4U 


1 10 


10 60 


4 10 


10 60 


3 75 


10 60 



lii 86 
1740 85 



.Vet 

IteapectfuUy, 

CHa;^. a. MORGAN, 
_. . „ City Treasurer. 

Decembers, 1S61. 

CITY justice's BRPORT. 

Tothtiron.tk4 ^rtid^ni and Common OouncO a^UieCiti, 

fit / aui. ^ 

tieutlemen— Since my last report, October 
4th. lt<61. the followiui^ otlensea have been 
brought before tbe Police Court of said oltv. 
to wit: "" 

■ '••■• •••••*. k L 



Kor aiackwoid'a Maiiaune theUi-e.- ycara 

tor any one Keview 

Koraut two Kerlews •• 

For Blackwood and . ne Review. 
For Black »ood (ind two Reviews. " 

Kor three Reviews •* •• 

For Bl4«k*(K)d a d three Beviewa;' 

Kor tac luur Reviews " 

Kor BUckwood and four KeTiewi •• 

v^^- LTJ-^L"'* V*"'? *■"*■'" * "' *'•« be lurnwee'd 
.New Subaorlb. rs for the years 1866—7, S, and» 

AT ONK HALF THK RBOCLAR 80B8CRIPT10K 

PRICIC8. 

ih J'L'lf * ?'* Nubicrib- r may obuiu the Beprlna of 
the Four Reviews and Blackwood 

^^JLV^^, .VH****^ tTlVa; YEARfc KORS37 ! 
wo.kaforoney«r."*'' " *"* "'*'•'*' "" °"«'"' 
AS we»bail Lever again be likely to offer such In- 
ducements as those here presented. 

NOW IS THK TIM E TO SUBSCRIBE. 

the PublUhtrt. f,)r at ibeoe prices n.. rommiaalon can be 



The people can bring in theu- prescriptions and have 
them put up by 

JLLIl'g WKNt. 
aflrai class prescrlptiociet. from Uie best I>rug. si..l 



TEAS_50 V CHEATS & CADDltS. i .'Sr^aT-'^^^V^tSr?.^^'''"'"-""^'^-^'^"*''^ 



X Imp., li. h.. V. H., Oolong. Ao. Freah ana prim.. 
C00L.KV, TuMBB A Gi». 



c 



AOFFKK- 



MCWiJOn, LO.iWOOn, ruSTIC-ScnUperft 
PKARL BaRLE\. bAtjO and OATMKAL-lyc pet B. 



Ai rf. I *.»*4«i^-— rerium s, sad <.osmeiic», Combs, and ail such kooo. 

A> do lai{u»yra do *• »re uauaily kepi oy l»rng«»au bou* beloVe at 

10 pocket. Mocba-very cboics. ! November 23a. Is«i: ^■'"■' *""'• """* "-»' 



CotiLaY. TuWKR AGO. 



R^lg^^-'S-lSO BOXES-LAYEBS. 
«. K. a, wholea, halves and .^uarferc 
_^ t;OOLKy.loWKB4CO. 

CTAB CANDLES— 100 BOXES BEJiT 

K/ 8t. Louis brands. 60 >i »od ,i^ do. 

footway, TOW£B A CO. 



nov24 



O. GRANT LEWIS. 
Assignee. 



TOBACCO-100 BOXES— MOSTLY 

X ourownbranda— aaaort«dgiiaiii»ea. 

t' i0^b.\, lOWKK k CO- 



allowaa to agenta. 



prices n.> rommiaalon can be 
l^KuNAHMBruTr 4 co , 
No. 64 Oold str et. New Tork. 



umtot, added to the neglect ol General he was a good deal rwi <it>v>n alter the fl/ht 
.bcotl to sciza Acquia Creek (which, it at Boouville. Be was in bud odor tor 
stems to my limited military judgment, 
would not only have made Muuaesas unten- 
able, but by thereby giving us an easy pos- 
session ot the Manassas Uap Bailroud, 
would, in connection with the Western Vir 



The Bleulier Imbroglio 

It is said to be a fixed fact, that Gen . U!en- 
ker will resign his command, and at no dis< 
tantday. He has fcr a third time tendered bis 
resignation, urging its acceptance, and the 
causes that have iuipeikJ Liai to thi.-, sttp 
are such as ntnoost to preclude the hope of 
any reconciliation. TheK- causes are, britfly; 
Ist. A coolness growing betwt-en BJeo» 
kar and Stahl, iu constqut^ce ol th*- high 
opinion of the laiter's boidicrly abilities to- 
tertaited by the division, aod oi Stahi's 
growing influence. But this is a aiinor 
matter. 2d. The formation of the army 
iuio cnrp4, d'armetf, by which Gen. Bienktr 
would virtually surrender command ol his 
division lo Gen. McDowill, and relapse to 
tbe charge of a brigade. Gen. McClellun, 
however, promptly offered to prevent such 
a consequence. 3. And most importRut : 
Tbe eecsitiventee of Gen. Bleuker as to 
certain charged of complaints of peculation 
aod fraud known to have been practiced in 
bis division to an ULtonisliiuc exteut. Dr. 
Schutte, Quartermaster ol the division, is 
prominently involved io this unpleasant 
business ; and Bleoktr^s oppunent claims 
that the Qoartermaster's practices were not 
ttokoowo to tbe General. 



ginia movt^ment, Rt.d another down tbe val- 
ley from ITarper's Ferry, have enabled us 
to bold all .N'oriherq Virgnia, keep open 
the Baltimore and Ohio Baiiroud and the 
Potomac, make available the forces used to 
guard against an incursion into, or a rising 
In Marylat:d, and have restricted the 
enemy's lines lo near the parallel ol 
Kichmond,) gave the Confcderatts all 
the advantages they could have themselves 
reasonably asked, and they have not tailed 
to make the most ot them. The demoralio 
zation resulting from tne Ball Run defeat 
rendered thorough organization aod drill 
necessury before another attack couW be 
risked, lor the same military proficiency 
which would render a defence saccessfal 
will by no mean.>< .suffice for an attack apoo 
the enemy in a strong position. Even now 
I am told by competent military men that 
no ;Dcoiisiderable portion of the force here 
can not be relied upon io a difficult and hot- 
ly contested engagement. A liberal infu 
sion of Western troops would greatly im 
prove tbe aspect of uflairs, for with tew ex 
ceplioDS Western men have done lb: good 
fighting in this war ; but that, ontortua- 
ately, we cannot have. 1 know of bat two 
Indiana regiments on tbe Potcoiae and no 
Ohio though there may be ooe or two of 
the latter also. They are nearly all Eas- 
tern troops, and in addition to not being by 
habit acd circumstaDce;:< us hardy, bold and 
self reiiant as Western men, there is a large 
element of the gatheringflop trom tbe great 
cities, which deteriorates their otherwise 
goodooality, particularly in the cases of the 
New York and Pennsylvania regioients. 

But it IB my impression now, from infor'* 
mation that has oome to my knowledge 
within the past few days, that a cooflict is 
impending in t'lis quarter, aod that tbe 
public need not be surprised to hear of 
great events within a very brief space of 
tiaie. 



tor 
weeks alter that affair, but we believe that 
be has succeeded in clearing his skirts ol 
anything offensive. 

We don't believe that Governor Jackson 
could be re-eltcted, and yet be made a fins 
run through the Sute only a few weeks 
ago. Accordiog to the latest accoants he 
is near the border of Arkansas, almost on 
the line, ll he meets hia just deserts he will 
reach the line very soon, and the hue will 
have a loop to it. 



BUSUO^KSS LOCAL.8. 

Pbesh Otbtbrs.— Capt. Geo. Bena, (Union 
Hetel) annoonceB to his old customers and the 
public generally, that he is now in daily re- 
ceipt of Freah Oysters, which he is prepared 
to serve up at the low price of SO cents per 
dozen. His Kestauraat Rooms will compete 
with any in the city, and his liquors will speak 
for themselves Q.ve him a eall. deo6 Im 

Self-sealing Diamond Photoobapbs, twenty, 
five for Onr Dollar, at 

WHITNErS OALLBBY. 

Rrxovbo.— The Ticket office of the LaCroaa« 
and Milwaakee Railroad, has been removed 
from the Levee to the offioe of the North 
Western Kxprees Company, aod will remain 
there until the opening of navigation. 
novaOdlw CHaS. WOOD, Ticket Agent. 




FBEDEICK HILDEBBBANT, 
Manofaciurer and Dealer in all kinds of ' 
KURNITURB AND UlLi XOLLDINOB. 
also 

IRITATTON or R08BW00D HOCLDIJiOS, 

Ovale, LuoklBC Glass. Por ran and Picture Frames, 

Al (rsatly reduead rates. 

WARB-ROOMS IN tlCHCBRKIKR-d BLOCK, 
d«c4^dlyJACKKUN STBKKT. ST. PATL. BIN S. 



BBOKE INTO MY ENCLOSUBE. 
ONK OaBb. HBO BULL, one year „ld, whue tall 
I »ad With a atfipe Ol wkMe on bla baek and ia hta fore 
^"^a'^- .... - OOTTLSdhHOS?, 

dec;, dSt* Two laUea oa Ui« Mill water road. 



W 



A N T E D. 



Iha uaeof agood FAMILV H^tBSB. or to pnrehsae 

" 'J""*?^^"'* '"^•- Address boi Sset. 

oee4 diw 



1 ^=kAn BABBEL 00AB8E AND 

X^t/V/v/ 80S Salt, at CPBAM A HOI.MBS.« 



Assault and Battery 

Disorderly Conduct 

l-^rccny 

Selling Liqaors without License I 

Total namber of cases 18 

Amount of Money collected Ui 00 

Paid LMty Treasurer $46 00 

nespecifullv submitted, 

N. GIBBS, City JasUca. 

REPORT Or CHIRP OP POLICg. 
TotU BinorabU. tf.e PrMidontanJ Ootnnon CuMeU of iK* 

Gb.ntlemin:! herewith report the arrests 
made ty the police duriug the mouth of No- 
vember ; 

Nuv. 1, Wm Hart, disorderly ooodnct, bv 
oroderick. 

Nov. 2, James Banks, disorderly conduct, by 
Breaett. ' 

Nov. 3, John Egeaa, disorderly condnot, by 
Bresett. ' 

Nov. 4, Patrick (iagan, larceny, by Pater- 
son. 

Nov 6, Pohmas Osborne, assault and batte* 
ry, by Morton. 

Nov. 6. Adam Fry, aasAalt and battery, by 
Paterson, ' 

Nov. 7, Barney McKey, assault and baUery. 
by Bressett. '' 

Nov 7. Patrick Brady, assault and bettery, 
by Pateraon. 

Nov. 12. Mary £ Roberson, aisorderly con- 
daet, by Ouodiuj{. 

Nov. 12, Josifene Shultr, disorderly conduct, 
by Gooding. ' 

Nov. 13, Joseph First, disorderly condnot. 
by Ualvio. 

Nov. 13, Johu Fury, disorderly conduct, by 

Millar. 

Eov. 13, John Steward, disorderly conduct, 
by Gooding. 

Nov. U, Andrew Ansell. disorderly oonduct. 
by Miller. ' 

Nov. 14, Mary Porria, disorderly conduct, 
by Gooding. 

Nov. 16, John Pertons, disorderly oonduct. 
by Bgati. ^ 

Nov. 16, M. W. Carpenter, larceny, by Mor- 
ton. 

Nov. 16, James Burns, disorderly conduct, 
by Hassell. 

Nov. 19, JohaOalvin, disorderly ooadact, 
by Abaren. 

Nov. 20, John Devunah, disorderly oonduet, 
by Paterson. 

Nov. 20. Michael Hiews. disorderly conduct, 
by Breaett. 

Nov. 21. George B. Wright, disorderly con- 
duct, by Kilroy. 

Jiov. 21, Andrew Houver, assault and batte. 
ry, by Egan. 

Nov. 28, Alex. Pepin, selling liquor withont 
licence, by Gooding. 

Nov. 29, D. A. J. Baker, assault aud battery, 
by Gooding. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

•lAMfelS OOODINO. ' 

Chief of Police, j 

St. Paul, December 2d. 1861. ' 



J[JOGAN a CAMP 

Would invite aU of their old frtends. and as many aew 

onesaa will come to their: 

NEW STORE, 

2 DOOBS BELOW tbbtr OLD .STAND, 

llilrd Street, between Robert and .Vtaueaota 
WHERE THEY HAVE OPENED OUT THEIB 

SPLENDID STOCK 

OF FALL AND WINTER 

OOOOB, 

''deal '**' wiii»«h at prices that will ji»eta»i»i»oiuMi. 



CEGABS-150 M. IMPOBTED AND 

KJ l^'"^MlwriC— Intludinsr »oni"c;«>;;o brand* whch 
we cau le.ommena. C moLKV. roWBa a Co. 



OYSTEBS AND 8ABDINES-50 
caaea aaaorcd -bealbninds. 
CouLciV, lOWKB A CO. 

OLD BOUBON & BYE WHISKIES- 
W e have a lew bbls. In aiore— rerT old and fine 



ore— rery old and fine. 
tJOLKr. TOWaK A CO. 



B BANDIES— A i'ULL UNE— IN- 
cluaiDg i'ure French, Ajiple. Peach, Cherry. Oin- 
fer.- A8ei<aette."iJoaaesUB, Ac, Aj. ''•'^' «'" 
_ COaLBV, TOWER A CO. 

HOLLAND GIN — WABBANTED 
choice and pure. 

COOLKV TOWER A OC. 



POBCOLD WEATHEB. 

t.AOUi'F(;R UNKO OVERSBORS 
Ladies' CloUi-Uned Rubber Over* 
LADIKS' BUFFALO - . •• 
OKNIS' BLFPaLO . . - 

OeaU Cleth-aned Rubber 
l.ADIE.^' l^ALMOBAL CONOBESa 
OaIiKRS. 
KXTBA DOL'BLK SOLK. 

MIS8E8 BAI.MOBAL BOOTH 
< MILf»BBKV BALMORAL BOOT9 

s> It 1 I.PAT R I OK t 

OOTXt 



g E C O 



N D C O M P A *N ¥ 



OF 



WINES-VEBY FINE OLD POBT. 
Maderla. Champafne. te.. Ae. 

J, 



CuJLKY. TOWKR A CO. 



Minnenota Hharpshooieiv, 

FOR 

COL. iJKRDAN .S CORPS or UNITED STATES 
bHARPbliOOTiLKS. 



The Secretary ot VFar iatelr authori:ed C<.; U Be, 
at . 10 maater a-" ' •■ . "• "^' 

! the I..y(,i .".talcs 



B. 



SLICHTEB. 

ORaLICi; IN 



ano «)'ganlxe 1.II the Kood marktaien li. 

— ...... .„,,;» u>»l <arr lin-in»cl*i.». knd Itae under 

aigneu was dnailej irom Uei,.Bci;ie.lMi'a Bt^v^ul^X. 



aBdcou)^nl»«Ioc^d undrr a.i.b.ini, Ircm the hecrrUrj 
lUe ahots 01 Xli.neaoia, 

of tbe iiaiioniii »trv;cc." 

i-.?"..*'°S*.''.*'i*^ "' tharpahootera frcm Mlnnesoi« 



2L**'. *'•"'♦'* '*'».«°'J<lr'tle ahoiso; Alli.ueaoia, whi 



Q I L! O I L! 

A^iKNUt OP THE QURKN CITV Oil OOMPANT, 
AT 

Ur)haixL <fe Hoiraes, 

LOWER LEVEE, 3T. PACL. 

100 BBLS. PETBOLIUM OIL 

FOR HALE BT THE BARREL AND OALLON. 

PRICE PER OALLON. M CENTS. 

TBU Oil hag taken Uie premium -wer ail oUiers al uie 
Nem York and iMlenliao State >atre, an li warranted 
noB-eipioaue, and 10 five euUre saUB.acUon. 
■ Bovg7 l y 

HOLLAND, BEBBY A DAWSON", 
Bankers 

WUlburandaeU Exchange, Land WarraaU, State, 
Conntr and 1 Ity Scrip . 

C<}llortl3n« made, auU protnpuy remitted. 

Safe Inres. meals made, and Taxes paid for uou-raal- 
daata. 

Third «t^ae^ be Paul Mlaaeaoia. uov«-dly 



— — — ^ vi.r^ ■•■«%, waa^raa v>4 Sii t I'M VrlKJL& 

' ""T ""■.. """''■ ""■ '•«iih of tbe iiaiioniii «rv co 
.,_V'* ,"'*'°S*1'*^' "' tharpahootera fnDm MlnL 

^ C* AAA AAV V-r X U O e neS t^ere aa fcx,n an Iw men -re eLroU.-.l, w here S^ev u iT 

be coined, armea mod iurui:.hed w Ui li« b«- iilc 
I aud jtarrla n equii..ment. **"*' 

-.ni'rt-"'- '>"^f<» "»•«» "sed to the rtfle,or havina a go d 
' »VJ "! '""> " ^- »*»«^ . or fcli able tHnlMd aTea wh<i 



AND 



p^iio vxbio:n B. 

AO&NCV OP IKE CKLEBBATEO DCNOAS MILL ' 

KLyi/ a. 

lORNERTUi ANDJACESOM BTREat. 

Opposite Interntitional Hotel, 




GOODS DELIVERED FRKK OF CEAROE TO ANY ' -„f Vr*'","" P*"^ "tonU, 
i-AaX UF TtK CITY. • **^ | ^''cin^'i^t^ «''*"" '^-^^ 



aoaiurai.bed »i.b.„!«nce ^id cumr. riablc quarter, ai 
bt. Paul, as ajou na larj prraeut itieau-elvea Rxorr>«. 
of uaveitrom h Ui.Uace lo t,t. Paul rlriodeS I- S? 
r^^ot current a-.a,e i.re. proper rouctnahet^^'p^' 

irer» uuder Use Etvera; acta 



The am selected by Co! Beri-an, after rari-.vts t« 



rJ\ BOXES CHOICE HAMBUBGH i *^-J'^rAiri'Srr\'' ^"^^''Ti^^^^^^^^^^ 

OV Cheeae, foraalechaapl.y J B.SUCUIEB. duub e.^Ur^if*;" 'tflTT;' ^"■'■"'' ''*''''■'='••' 1**1-1. 

CWEBT AND PUBK OHIO C'llfKR 

KJ Just reeelved and for sal* by Uie barrel aod nJ 
»• •' sLlCHTKR'd. 



Comer 7th aod Jackson. 



on BABBELS OF THE BEST ANTL 

%3\J explislve, rnraw colored Carbon Oil. at COMPK- 
iillON fKK Ei, by Ui* barrel aa.1 gallon, at 
neTji-Smon hUCHTERs 



?;?.« „. .'"-'^ "" «<>»«'««"«»' ta« ord«-ea me. man-Iae- 
i.ireol iM-ge Qiiactltl,-! e.pre^aly lortterdan" ivrDS 
Uowev. r tach mau ix *t uoerty lo brUis «ay faV^rl 
weapou he L> ea!>es. " •"»••»•"•• 

f 01 ;urtier ui;ormka.in apoly pergonally or by leuar 
'" < Al»T. ^. :■ KL.-.SKl.L. 



notlS-dlmo 



Kecruitlnji oOlcer, 
Amerlcau Uoure m. \ kx,!. 







U B HOUSE, 
Restaurant and SalooiA, 
B? BfiNEBY F. £. TITT. 




CBE8H OYSTEBS BECEIVED 

ters. f..r aale by the caae vx caii. at the lo» r>i 



ratea^ 
SLU'llTKlTd 



THIBD STREET ht. PAUL 

Oppolte Plonear Oaards* Armory 

This bouae is conducted on the Etiropaaa priaelple 
—Meals at all boors. The bar Is stocked with the finest 
Imported Liquors and Clfars. 

Heu in receipt dally of No I Oystert. which are 
Served up In any and every style. 

The only house In the oily where pare HhlladalpAla 
Porter aod Ale pan be had. dacl-^Siaa 



u. 



MOBIN, 



WHOLESALE GROCER, FOBWARDINUiANUB 
COvlMIBHI-N WEkCKANT. ' ^ 
And I>«aler In Flour and Perk. Foreign and DomeaUe 

Llqu <ra and Clfars, 
oemer Third aad Jaekaon atreeu.8tbley>«gu>ne Block 

!*• B.— All kinds ot Produee boufhitor xoods oroaaa. 
ms'lHlAwly 

TINEGAB MANUFaOTOBY.— BY 
W. Wiil8, Waah>B(t». street Upper Levee, St. 
Paul. I h»a<fu^ lor past lavora. I reapeclfuUy inform 
Uie public, that I have enlarged my vTnefar Work- in 
my new itoa>' buid.nf.v aueh aa astant.thal I am able 
losapply ihf> peoile of Mii,->eaota withtbe eel bratel 
pure, premium Vinegar, Mufle and double arenatt 
for 81. ,.oui» prlcea. 1 hu Vinegar ia eieelleot for pre 



pUBE APPLE CIDEB! 

TEMPLE A BEACPRE have Inatoie 
FIFTY BABBELS OF PURE APPLE CIDER, 

^^'^^i" ***•* " »*ry low tigares Call aatf exaailne. 
"""'"d" T. A B. 



serving ptcklea. Tlla Vioessr baa been tesle.l and a«- 
^3^**4.' •""* 's recommended by Dr. D. R. Raid, prao- 



pre. 

lac 

rai 

novg-dty 



ON HAND A.N D FOB SALE CHKAP. 
a large lot or Kraah Oaa. aiid \'t*m•tfo^ Fraiia 
*^ _^ fll^lUKRS. 

on TONS OF BBAN ON HAND 

t/\y»nJ fer aa la at Mill prtei. ay J B. Hl.tfliTall 

IF YOU ABE IN WANT OF A 

X aupplT of ramily Uroc.i la^ >-all kt .be Por«>»r ,.f "ih 
au<l Jaok.tia atie«u wber* vnu will luilthe hKNt hK 
Ltd aiJ at.«k ot KamU. U.uceiiaa lu laa » it» and 
where your wania will be tap, i.ed at pr Oea lo »uU ika 

'i?L*?_ wutii 

3 CENTS IN GOLD OB FOUB CTS. 
ID TtDwarr paid for fo.>d COrtON KAiiS 
Oold aad Silver paid ler kukI Raas. Mu..||«a »Bd 
(AHioa. oaah i.airtfor Copper, ilraaa. old fa.t iron" 
all kinds, .J 1 dior.. .ad K ove I'i,,s. old Laad and tiM 
and old Hold and ai.rrr. ' 

A..K t7*^'S.'^ CITTINU, or ALL kl.NDS^ 

UlEK!^ H. atone btork, botw aen 5d and iih aircvt 

coeap for caah or barier. 
ft Paul, May IX. 1861. -ly 



^O MOBK BLOOD TO BE hHKD. 

PROCLAMATION. 

I Kroclaim to iht- ?*^\r of Minneeota that I aow hare 
on baud ibe larceat and moat complete Stuck erf 

Fresli Orooeries A Pror1f*ion*s. 

KVkK BROltiHT 10 THIS CIT\. 
1 liaTi" >■ atore 

100 tlAKKKl.S OK Sl-LENDIU WINTKR APPLES 

o.l,'''*"'i*'w '■•■<'«'>"J » "» barrel! of aplSLdid Ohl.. 
Cider. •h..hwi.i be ...la by the barrel, or la saail^ 

l-wpiwuiAf aiteauoa U caUed to oay Urgs 810.* o: 

HEM INK IIAVA.NA CIGARS 
1 hare ali^i rrevlred a larfe lot of 
aPl.k:i«t»a> MAMlti KU AND WESTERN KKSERVk 

('HKK:<K, 
Ali.rf wfcVh !»ealeraare invited to call and sxamttie- 
"• ' >d priee— batorepurehaalng. 

J:^ B PRKSLR^ 



G 



K O B G K U K N Z. 



IMruUVkK >.»• AND liKALKR I.N BHKNISH 
lilNilARIAN FKKKi U ANPCATaWUI 

W 1 N K », 

(1kaai(iaKDf I.lquora, ('Uara, Swlaa Aud Llmbord 
WholfHkJ.^ and Retail. * 



Third at., bit M aablugion aa.i Makei atreeta At. p^u, 
llaajnat rrrelred a stock of pure Hnngariau Wines ol 
Ihe folio »'.u«i bran a . 

Eirry, Buperi.-r. Tlnta.e ol 1841 , tidsl l'^ Peat 
186: . Vii.»ov. ISM . TotAJ Maelaa, 183*. whici be odeji 
ai rerramitliproau. All l.e above Wlnea r.re wafi 
raoled genuine. aorifr-diy 



Ucal nfaemiat . f thi« elty, 

U T B A Y E D . 

From the aubaoiib-r aboui Ute lira of November, a 
dse^ red Helier, one and a half yaars of age, the letMr 
"C-' branded on both bl->s. 

A llber.l .eward wiiibs paid Cor aay iBronaailoB. or 
.Led-Uretyefder. CHAS. OOLLTAl. 

*«*^" Oa J ac ksoo sr reet.^ 



FOR BFNT— A FIN E TWO STOBY 
dwell; NO. 

(Hit uate near 0«vem«ir Kama«y-«> 

Cautatnlng elgki rooau-wltk ai; ncoeaaary out-suUJ- 

Ings— good sublr— goo< well water. 

Apply W PENNOCk PCSKV, 

novt>-daw J. Q A. WaKI'. 

DB. T. D. SIMONTON' 
DKNTIST, 

IngcrsoU's Block, Rridge Square. St. Pant. 
TEETH utaened in the best a mnrr on Oeld, SUver, 
or VviCAXin. All operatloos » crrantad. 
Oall aad sea saeelme oa or the I'trtXAXiTt work. 1 

oM-ly 1 




I I^ S. & JOS. H. 8 T O M B S, 

I 

! S<>. 1776 KASTJACKSO.V STREJil, 

I Betwoen Katb aad .sutn, 

I»raotio*U Copper Smi Iha, Plumb- 
ers dc Sheet Iron "Workers; 

And MsBuiaciurera ol C»,ppor Eett!e«. Coppor SUU^ 

^'••e* R*tUe». Veaat Jnga, Liquor Pump*. 

LUt and Force Pump. Soda Fonatala 

aad Oeoarators. 

S^ Particular attenUoo paid to Steamboat. Disiiilsry. 
Will and Plumbing Work !a ail IU Brancbe* ^.aijgl lly 



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THE PIONEKK AND UEMOCKAT. SAINT FAUL. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1861 



RAIL ROADS. 



S. 



8. E A T U N, 



•!..■« KAI. IMMUft vKOK 4 OOLLBCTI.H G AUIKT. 
.sr *CL. MINNKSOTA, 
4.*«a«njia t roixoviatf naut-cLAM laiVKAXoa 

COHJ>AIIIU . 

MANHATTAN 

iirtK INHURANCK COMPANY, 
NEW rOBK. 

tilb OAflTAJ. AMO -tlTKPhUtl f«)0,OUU 

liUMBOLDT 

c IKE INHUKANUK COMPANY 
Of NEW YORK CITY. 

A»n UAFUAL and surplus M46.0»j 

ARCTIC 

v'lUB INSURANCE COMPANY, 
NEW YORK. 

A-iK CA lAL AAU rtUBPLCri tl»i,MU 

CITY 

iUK NSUKANCK COMPANY- 
bAHTFOBD, CONNECTICUT. 

.* U CAPriAL A.NbBLtt/ULt »M«,UU 

CONN KCTICUT 

•IRK INSURANCE COMPANY 
HARTFORD, CONNBCTICOT. 

A.>t CAi-llAU A^UbUK Lt'8 $146.0UU 

N ORTIi-WESTKRN 

f .KK* MA^iNK INS. COMPANY 
CITY OF OSWEOO, N.Y. 

•» »: ^'AritAL Asu ■iaiii'l.ijf mr.atu 

S^w iunglaiii Mutual 

FK INHURAN<.> CC^MP'Y. 
BOSTON, MAbHACh JSElxd. 

•Ci ..WcLATk:!* »U*U *1,769,:21 24 

•» i^a.4 la mU Meortslr tuTWttjn WlU latur* all Uodi 
jfran: aadperaooatyrottertv » -alas m4«ptti<l to tA« 
taxarJ. 
Ai« > iala&<l NavlffatloD, aaii t'raiuporuUon Oarci< 

iUkA.tkeu. I 

A .i»»«r^ t i»»ii.*riH)l y MijugTfg aiiiip>id atthto 

I ONT NKNTAL INhUttANCK CO., 
NKW YORK. 

^vt.at »:ipal<. kaaodasauraljr loveAml; .... Muw.uuu 
MMU, Jal7 tat, laau W3,ao8 

'••»■"«' -» »i4,;sj 

OEOBUK T UOPK. PrMia«ui 
d. -.Aaroat, 8«crrULry. 
*Ttto .-'•cs, A*atkiauiaeerei>.r) . 

' ITY FIRE INS. COMP'V, 

NEW YORK. 



SUMMEK ARRANGEMENT. 
1861. ' 



CHiCAQO, 
BT. LOUIS. 



TO 



HEW YOB' 



1861. 



BOSTON, 



CAIKO, 
ru 

Illinois Cential 

AKD 

GALENA A 0. D. RAlLRUADb. 



^HIQAGO BREWERY. 
LILL 6c DIVERJSYJ 

BBEWKB8 OP 

Lill's Stock, 

AND 

CREAM PALE 

LAUER BEER, 
PORTER AND BROWN STUUJ^ 

VUK SALIC BT 

WM. C0XSTAN8, 

AOKVT. KT. PAtlU 



A L K, 




FORWARDING. 



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T»AIJ»9 LIAVI DCNLBTTH. 
1 ArrlviDi 



nog at OtUcafo at ft. 1ft P 
I .- , Fulioo at 130 P M . 

Kuadara«za«pi«4 \6 P Jl ; Cairo, 10 « A li ' 
MeaiphU. SB houra ; New 
OrleaM. 68 Iwura ; New 
York, 52 hoora ; Boston ft. 
(to lira 

ArrlTUi« atChleaj,. 6.4ft a 

I M ; ralton. at S.Oft A 

■ ; Bock lalaod, 6 A M ; 

Burllngtoo. 6.30 A H , Quia- 



NIOHT ItlPREiW. 6J0 
P. M . Saturdays ai- 
oepted. 



,CT, SAM ;'»tL*ul.,iz3i P 

M . Cairo, 10.46 P M ; Mem 

phla.SS ooura , New Orleana 

68 boara ; New Tork Al 

J hour* ; Boaton , 63 boara. 



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A (' B N K W M A X, 

Merchant Tailor, 

•^X.J'iAJf'^'^ ^^^ WKi4> SSUCCTBD .STOCK 
THK BKHT KVKK flBOL .iHT Tu tHi> * 

MABB:n.T, AT A VKB¥ UtW HKIijg 

LOTH ^'^'''**'" '"'' *'*^" J***'*" '" 
' CA8()IlfBRE. 

RKADT-MAUB Cl!L*/ri'l'L?*^«'^""'^ ^'^°^ 

Purchaaera would do well, briore purchaaiag elae 
v&ere, to tiamlue aod prtee lb«i Uooda 

rwfc. A u JACOB KKWM AN 
C lothlM made at the ahoneat iiotte«, by 
noT3-d3m JaCOJ* htiWHAti 



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SPECIAL NOTICE. 



»l»ltAl. Muu.ouu 

JrDlM.Juir tat. IIMU... 133,6M 



I'.'lllUet 



6633.684 

»6,4tHi 

JuiKt-U WALKKK. Prealdeui, 
TU03. W. BiaDdAI^. Vice Prea'i 
1. MiiiHMix, Hecretary. 

HAUKKT FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
NEW YORK. 



trplii*. Jaaoary let. itiei 

ttMltU'i 



.$2UU.UUU 00 
6^«6S SI 



t»i<8tU tl 
%6,69: 84 

itSHKU TATLUR, Preatdeat. 
•a» « P. PasaMA!«,lteareiar). mySu 

hr>- • 'oaitliaurthe aei produor >be boalaaaaol aeae 
att»ii •• »re dlrlded aiuiuallr to holder* ofthelr pull 
.4 -enp bearinittntareat. 



P«»aeugera iMriog H PaiU on tha Morning ti.iai 

OBTAIN A OOOO NIOHT'S RB8T, 

ABd arrlre at Dunlelth, to eoaneet with Kveolng fratn 

for aU polnta, tioath aod Eaat. 
Paaaeagera leaving by Afternoon Boat eonaeet wltlitiie 
Morning Tralna from Dunleltb. 
«V.sie<iping Cara attaehed to all Night Train* 
^MIMe olie«ke4 to all Important poiata. 
For ihrongb Ttokeu and Information apply al the oOee 
of the Company, on Jaekaon atreet near Levee. 

8. B. FOHBKa, Agent, St. Paul. 
W. a. ABTHUB, Qen'l Suo't. Chicago. 
W. P. JUMN80N, aen'l Paasenger Agent. Chicago. 

L. B. A C. GBEIU. 
'•*'' Freight Agenta. St. Paul. 



QPLENDID STOCK OF 
CLOTHINa. 

At TEMPLK'rt, CATHOLIC BLOCK. THIRD ST. 
All thoee who wiah to buy rood gooda for aamall 
coMlderation. would do weirtorlve uaaca L 

WM.H.TKMPLK. 



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^ A L T E R \V. W K B B| 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 
Foreign ^Vines. Brandies and 

LONDON PORTER. SCOTCH ALK AND 

SCOTCH WHISKEY, 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKV 
^2p?.^i'.?J"'« 8^'^L CATAWBA WINE,^^- 
AMPAQNES-CKLKBRATED BRANDS. Ac 



ALSO, 



B. & O. G R E I G, 

LOWBB LBTBB. ST. PaUL. 

StorasA* B^or^varding, and 

COMMISSION M£BCHANTS, 

WBoLESAXS i>SALER« IM OROCBRIE8, 

PB0VI810N8, QRAIN, Ac. Ac., 

Agaata lor the Port Bfron Extra White Lime 

Alao. Afanta for the 

ILUNulfa i;ent&al aaxl^au, 
Aadtha 
URAND TRUNK RAILWAY CO. OF CANADA. 
rVtoiritcui ;or traiuporiauou b«iwe«a St Paul, Bom>«, 
y<-w Kaglvcd, Monoreai. New York and all potnta Eaat, 
ma4e npitu (he luweat aod moat .arurable wtrma. 
XAj-k Packages " Care of L. B. 4 C. ureig." 
PasMMiger 'ncxeia via Railroad aod Ocean Steamer* 
lu and ."ram tH p^ta at 

OBEAT BRITAIN AND IRELaVD. 

Kor PartlciiiVB ajiply al ij»e ^lorr. 

L. BtiBKKi. U*»; CHAK liRKlQ , 

TfiMl'LK k BKAUPRE 

b T R A U £ , 

h^*3x- wHtdiitxs, and CoxnxniaBion 

AND 

WHOl^ESALiE OROOERS. 

LOWKR LKVKi:, Si. Paul Minu. 

AMEKIb ror Laflln, South A Boiea' Qnn Powder. 
AeeoU for the tolled i^tarta Dispateh. ma. 16-17 

Taaosoax Bukor. h. R. CiUMruti 

IJORUP A CHAMPLIN, 
Wholesale Grrocers, 

STOBAOE, KOfiWABDlNii AND COMMibii'ON 
We keep the largest Stock of drocerles In Su Paul, 
and i;«anlr7 Merchants will find It to their Interest 

Hive ua m call before porchaalng elaewh> rr. 

aOLB AOCdTS rOB 

Pitt's Thrasher and .Sepkraior 01 Chicago. 

Astral OU Company, 01 Ptiisburgh, 

(.'utter i Secombe'a Vaper MUU, of Minneapolis 
Northern Line of .Slenmers to Si. Ljuim. 
MauQibal A St. Jo»epti Railroad. 
lUlwaukee A Prairie du Chieu Railroad, myll-aiy 



BANK ^UTlCEtS. 

C 8. ElMiERTON, 

Hanker, 

AND 

KXCHLAJ^GK BROKER, 

SAlNI PAUL. 
<;oUecuo(ia ma4e oaaU potnu mihe North- West. an« 
r«n»lued for lees current rates ot exchange and aets%l ex 
pensea tncorreo. M-dly 

TO BANKERS AND CAPITALISTS. 

The C«MB m >a t mnera 01 Auokb Couui* are deairoua ai 
borrowing fr«n Bve to ten thousand dollars, u< enable 
them t« fund the eooniy debt, the loan to be geeurrd by 
Count; Bonds, running lor not less ihaa three yeaia, m 
lereiU payable gemi.aQQiialIy. 

PAn<M wi&i in« to invest in thoee i>ec(Uitles, will ad- 
are«a eia«j <>r inc undersized, dialing amaani, time 
and lerms. miJ r^ fry sai'.ulaciory Inlormaiiou will b« 
glren. 

JAJ*. 3TA.1BKY.SuP»ul. 
J. r. BLOryUKTT, 
_augl6^4am County Auditor. Anoku. 



'A 



l> V E K T 1 8 E! 



A R K K R 



PAINE 



IT IS THE 

L.lhK Oir THAX>E 



IF tOU HATH NEW aooUU To »KLL, 

LEI THE PEOPLE AA'oW 



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jyiNNKSOTA 

Supreme Com t Reports 

FUBLISHBD BY ADTHOBltV Of LAW 
VOLUME i, 

•MTAIBUI«t !■■ OaUS »MtSBa AT TBI ffUKB «> 

OOCtT IK igta. 

•ii« HAOK8. PJitlCK taftu. 

ruk aAia aw. 
I PiOMiEii PHINTiSIU OOMPaX«, 

Wiiik , KAiatPauL 

Wai he forwarded by Mall, poai-pald. upon iherMAi^ ■ 
! of the price. 

! p[P^PftATE C0URT.~5TA 1 1 OF 



HANKER AND BROKER. 

Exchange bought and sold. 

OoUwtiona made throughout the State, lotereatal- 
lowed OU ume deposits 

LandWarranu bougat and gold. Invcaim'-uumaae 
and taxes paid tor oou-residenu 

Ofliee at Old stand, B^nk .^ow,3d *treet,S;. Paul. 

novl(i-<ii\ 



TliJ 



NEW YORK IIUBUNE. 
NEW VOLUME. 



ytr M. CONS i A N s 
Storage, l^^orrvarding 



AND 



For the East. 



1861. 



1861. 



>n4-<iiT 



JOHNS. PHINCK. Agent. 

l>l. Paul. 



l^iVERPOOL AND LONDON 

blRE AND LIFE 
inriur ance Com pany. 

CAPITAL AND BSSBBVEO FUND, OTKR 

§6 000,000 

-ON.>ii.8 PAID PHOMPTLY AT .«slGH 

VITBOITT SlXTT DATS' VOTICK. 

IFE INSURANCE EFKECfED ON LIBEBAL 

TEtlMh. 
- Uolee asalgoable by eadoraemeni wltboat parmlssloa 

u( ibo ly'ompauy. 
-arehjldera peraonaUy reipoumble lor engagement 
of uie uoiu(>any. 
JAMBH BBOWN. Eio., 
rRArtClSCOriKNai, Esq. 
dENKV UKINAEl.L. ksoV. ' 
ALKHEO PKUL, asq , 
ALiCKA.VDEK HAMILTON. Jr.. Esq 
B. W. AKCUiBALu. Kaq. ' 

vuU . aerii, Dlreciora and rihareholders. New York 



MILWAUKEE AND PRAIRIE DD CHIBN 
RAILWAY. 

KOBMERLY MILWAUKEE AND M. R.B 

TBaooan to iiiLWACkka a»d owcaso, wiTaotrr caaiiea 

or OAU. 



THE PA88ENOBII PACKETS 



MILWAUKKE, 

ITASCA 
NORTUBBN LIOHT. and 



KEY CITY 



WAR EAOLK, 
Win rua this Season between 

BT. PAUL AND PBAIBIB DC CHIBN, 

Leaving dally at 8 a k. 

Making a daUy Una and reliable eonneoilon wiin the 

Mil-waulKee 6c I»rairle du Chlen 
Railroad, 

FOB MILWAUKEE AND CHIt AOO 



•^«.' 



BBFBBBNOBS IN NEW YORK. 

Duncan, Shermiin A Lu 
Alex T Stewart A Co.. 
Orunell, Minturn A Co., 
R. L. A A. Kiewarl, 
»:. W. A J. T. Moorif A Co.. 
O. Apple on A Co. 

TH'^MPSON, BROTHERS 

Ag.^pta lur at. Paul a d vlelnlty. 



^TNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 

»-«KT.- JANUARY I, IWI •»,a66,tT6 34. 

• lilh AND 

LNLAND NAVKJATION 

INSURANCE. 

• ttloe. No. e, Rosers* Bloolt, 

.HAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
_»»»i^l_' M . MOBLBY. A (tent. 

pHOiNIX INSURACE COMPANY. 

aARrKORD, CONNECTICUT. 

l.^ JANCABY 1. 1861 MOO.OOO. 

t^Ti Kjffi insurance:. 

-o» > 1. • Kogera' Block, St. Paul. 

"'li' - '7 M. MOBLEY. A gent. 

■ > F E 1 N S U R A N C E 
NfiWYORE 
ite Inavix-anoe Company, 

NilW TORE CITY. 
NT FBEEMAN JuOBBIS FBANKUN, 

Aetnary. Pre«Waat. 

■" aala ^ne of the b«at Life Inturanee Companies lethe 
'" •^edStatee 

ieiemuay be obiatoM of 



i«-dly 



O. W. INUERSOLL, 

Agent, Si. Paul. 



ATTORNEYS. 



U. Cooraa 

n O O P E R 



B. If. CaowBU- 

& C R O W E L L, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, 

Irvine's Bleek, - . . st. Paul. 

''P,'V *"*"'*''>■ «'»•» i" bualneaa In HUte and Fed 
eral Cenirta, ti> Co:lecuoaa. aod tu proraasiunal boaiaea 
g enera ily. teba4-<Hy 

JoBW B Sarbobm. CBABija C. Loan. 

s;ANBORN & LUND, 

O ATToRNiiYS aod COUNSELLORS AT LAW 
I'ractire la all the Couna of thla .state, and the United 
!«iatea UUirtri Coon. 
Oittce on Ihlrdsi., sver HAcknbla A Bdgertoa's Bank 

t*»j:eul. feb«! 

HORN A GALU8HA. 
A'TuKNEYs AND COLNSKLLOR8 AT LAW 
odlce. the »ame a« occupied by the laie William Iloi. 
lln^heau, Kaq., o^er the .S lure of Culver A Parrlngton. 
fhinl Street, St. Paul. 
UBN&Y J. HOBN, B. B. OAl USHA. 

febC-dly 

Ms"ir~E ir~B~ir*"R~tr~E. 
• ATTORNEY AND COUN8ELLO :-AT-LAWT 

Ctholic Block, Third Street, St. Paul, Mlnnesuta. 
nu.\29-dly 

MORRIS LAMPREY, AITORNEY 
ANDCOUNSELIiOB AT LAW. Prompt alienilOB 
tivtm to Collecting. Office, Hey ward's Block, Third 
•ireei. 81 Paul. Minnesota. tell-ly 



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I O 1 1:1 E WORLD. 
CANCER CURED. 
CAPTAIN SAMUBL PAINTR3 



THESE BOATS HAVE BEEN BEF'ITBD. 
Andawei all others on the Upper .Vlaslsalppl tor 

OONfCNIINOB, 

8PBKD, 

AND OOMFOBT. 
They will NOT receive or deUver FrMght at the La 
Oroase Dep«t, there by avoiding delay. 

Pasaeugers by taking this line of Boaia. leave .>)t. 
Paul In the laornlng, pass La <.!roeae 

BBTWEBN U AND S AT NIOUT. 

AND 

ARRIVE AT PBAIBIE DU CUIKN NEXT 
AFTEBNOON, 
Olvtag the Passengers 

A FULL MIUHT'S REST, 

and Breaafiaet on the Boats. 
Paaaengert by this Route avoid th« change trom Hoai 
to Cara, and Cars to Boat at 
MiDNIQHT. 

Pasaeugers lor Chicago by this Route 

AVOID THE OMNIBUS RIDE OF OVER A MILE 

AT MILWAUKKE. 
Aad are taken trom Prairie du Chlen to Chicago or 
Milwaukee. 
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS OR BAOUAOE, 
Arriving in Chicago at 6:30 A M, making direct oon 
neciloa with the morning express trains 
for the fcaa t aad South, 
Bagg.ige win be checked through to all polnu East 
attd Svuth, thus avoiding ail trouble lo passengers. 
No omnibus charges In Chicago. 
Superior Patent Sleeping Cars on all night trains. 
The time by this favorite rouie is always as quick, and 
the fare will be always as low as by any other route. 
Be sure to ask lor Ttokeu vu Pratrle du Chien. 
Pnaseogers lor MUwaukee make direct eoaneetioua 
wttii a>e 

99- DkTROIT aNL MILWAUKEE BOaTS,.«« 
For DelroU and ail Easiem Points. 

Passengers ln.m the East leave Milwaukee on arrival 
of I>etroUandMUwaukeeBoau, and Chicago, on arri- 
val of morning Trains from the East, arriving at Prai- 
rie du Chi«a.at7J0 P.M., geiUog Hupper and a lull 
night's rest on the Boat, arnviag "i st p»ul uex 
evening. 

Lake Krelghu by New York aud iirte. New York 
Central, Batfaio, Cleveland and Chicago 

WE.-<TKRN TRANSPORTATION AND NORTHER.n 
TRANS.i'ORrATION 

LINES OF PROPELLERS, 

Are landed at Milwaukee only upon the docks of this 

Company, 

Raving Cartage and risk ot breakage. 

Kraights via Detroit and MUwaukee Railroads, 
ARK TRANSFERRED FREE OF CHaBUE. 

Freight via Chicago does not change Cars, and u 
shlppiMl trom Prairie Du Chien on the day of its arrival 

Freight for potata oa the 81 Ori>U siver la seni 
through without transhipment. 

Passengers holding through Tickets are subject to uo 
transfer charges at MUwauket- ,..- fhicago. 

Be sure t« ask lor Tiokeu vU Pralne.du Chlen 

For through Tickets apply to 

C L CHASE, under the Wiaalow House, 81 Anthony 

J H THOMPSON, under the Nicollet Ueuae. Minne- 
apolis. 

D BRONSON, Jr.. A CO.,SuUwuer , 

And 01 all the Agenu between St Paul and Prairie du 
Chlen, and ol 

CUA8. TUOnPSON, Ticket Agent, 
Corner Jackson street and Leve*. 
aOBLP A CHAMPLIN, Frrtght Agents, Hi Paul, 

'« liAwissa, 

Oeo. Agt. Pra. du Chien 
E. P. BACON, General Tlokei Agent. 
WILLIAM L. DANA, 

lien. Freight Agent, MUwaukee. 
WILLIAM JERVIS, 

Superintendent, Milwaukee. 
J. J. SOAHt Western Agent 
Notk.— The attenUoa of the public la particalarly 



I CHAMP 
nov6 

p 1 O N E E R AND DEM ©"c RAT 
STEAM 

Job I?rintinc: Office, 

COR. OF THIRD AND CEDAR STREETS, 
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

Having made extensl re additions ot new fonu of the 
Utest styles of Type, and having purchased a large 
stock of cards, at very low prices, we are enabled to 
print Business Cards at lower rules ihan any other 
oOloe In the North- West. 

We have also added entire new Fonu of Type tor 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS. Ac, 

And with ihe aid of our 

FOUR STEAM MACHINES. 

We are enabled to perform all desorlpUons of Book and 

Psmphiet Printing, w th neatness and peapatoh 

Hand Bills, Po^iers,f31roulaK. Show Cards, 

Bill Heads, Ac., Ac.. 

In Krery Variety of Style. 

BALL INVITATIONS AND PBOQRAMMK8. 

Elegantly executed on fancy Paper or Cards, n 
Gold, Colored or Plain. 

PIONKBB P BINTINQ COMPANY. 

gT. PAUL GAS^ LIGHT CO. 

By a resoluUou of the Board ol Directors of the Su 
Paul Oai Ught Co., adopted November 18tb. 18«1 the 
prlee of Oas was reduced from and after Nov Ist. frem 

$6 TO $& PER lOOO FEET. 

81. Psul. November ISth, 1861. 

JOHN A. PBCKHAM. 

Secretary. 



Oomxnlsaion Marohaut. 
WHOLESALE GROCER, 



novJO-dlmo 



DEALER IJS SALT, .SAILS, PLASTER 
PARIS, CEMENT. 

AaXMT VOB 
Steams A Marvin's Safes, WUder 'a Patent. 
J. M. Brnnawtck A Bro.. Marbte-Top BlUtard TablM, 
Oia., Ohio. 

C. H Mocormiok's Reaping and Mowing Maoblnss, 
I860. 
Llll A Dlve.sy'B Chicago Cream Alp t 
Mark Packages. 

'AJU Care " Wm. Cons tans. Su Paul. 

oaas w. wooLLBT. a. t. mocadlbt 

rjj larles w. woolley a co.. 

LOWBB LEVKB. 8T. PACJL. 

i^ORWARDlNli 

Commission Merchants. 

DEALERS IN GROCERIES, 

liBAIM, PBOVIBION9, LIMB, tko., &0., 

AND 

AUBNTS FOB THE 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, 
Davldaon Line of Steamers. Minnesota River 
Northern Tranaportauon Company from the East 
^celsior •• Young Amer.ca" c;om Cob Mill. 
Woodward's Smutter and tieparstor 
Keroeene Oil Company of New York, 

^•. *e., 4.C. 

Contracts for tranaportauon between St. Paul. Boston 
New England. MoatreaJ, New York and all points Eaau 
otade apon the lowest and osost tavorable terms by N. 
T. (k>mpany. 
Mark package* 

■ WOOLLFY A CO. 
St. PauL" 

Su Pael, April 17, 1869. "' 



JCE! ICEI! ICEIII 

CHi\.Rr.s:S SYWCONDS 

?^'^uhti'rfl';rhf ','=' ^ Ws fellownilzena for ten I 
i2^;T« ^^H^K^^'u",^*"' ^""'"^ *""> "^''°> keep con- 
iSS^vl^.Ti'^V''*"''' «■"«<>"» »« around everyday, 
steady as the siars. to gupnT, in, friends and everyboJv 
eUe who may d««lre ICtf f fCE ; ! 1. K I : : inapy uiian^ 
lit}, from a pouud up to a ton. He guaranteen a lull 1 
supply for the reason at the lowest casSiJ^lce 



niv7 rt6m 



«■ U U N T E R S • B O O T ^J -« 

wt woiiLO CAtx tbb ATTB.NTioa or 

s i^ o n T s jvr E ]sr 

to .-iCB 

LON(/ LEG WAIEK-PROOf BOOTS, 

JUST THK THING FORTHESWaMPS. 

Price ^5,00. 

OUR LONG LEG DOUBLE SOLE WATER- 
PROOF BOOTtJ, FOR BOYS, 

A K B P K I M S . 

■Prioe 92. GO. 

PLKASK CALL AND .^KK THEM 

H. K I L PA T RICK. 



Vy O L C O T 1 • S 

UVBE.' AND SALE STABLE, 

THIRD STREET, OPPuSIT E JriER JUaNIS- UOTB;.. 
BAINT Pall. MINNESOTA. 
Toe understiined bad erected a Urge aui eommodiouu 
stone Stable on Third a: reel, and has a splendid stock 01 

HORSES, CAUiUACEJi, 

BUGGIES, SLEIGHS, 4c. 

He U pr«p»r«d >i all times to lurniiiJi a supen.jr .|uaj 
ii> wf Livery ui parties and others. 

Ladles' add Uenilemen'H Sadole Horses t urniahed at 
the ihurtesi not.ce. 

Uorses boarded by tho day or week on ine most re^s- 
>,nable lermb iaug3; H. 1>. Wo'.Coi T 



On the seventh of September, 1S61, IHE N sW YORK 
WEEK.LY TRIBUNE commenced the iweuty-tlrsi year 
of iU exutence \ THE DAILY TRIBUNE beiag some 
meniha oOaer and the SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE 
somewhat yoanger. 

For more than twenty years, this journal has labored 
in what Its conductors hAve felt to be the cause of hu- 
manity, luslice aad freedom, endeavoring to ameliorate 
the condition of the Lppressed and uuiertunaie, lo 
honor and eucourage useful exertion in whatever 
sphere, aud, to promote by all means, ihe moral, inlel. 
lectual and material advaDcemcRi ol our coumry. It 
has aimed to be right rather than popular and 10 es- 
pouse sou commend o-day the truth that oJiers mav 
not be vMlliUK tc accept till tomorrow . 

Id pursuing ilita course, mUi&keshave doubileas beeu 
m»Je, aud Iiiuits committed . but, lianug m all ibiucs 
inoiied our readers 10 think and judge for ihemselves 
raiiier than adopt blindly our own or others' cocciu- 
8i»n8, we believe we may fairly claim lor ihis journal 
the credit of haviuKqualiUtd lis readers 10 detect aud 
expose even its o»*n errors. 

To dev elope the minds ol the young h\ the most gen. 
eral, thorough and praciioal education, audio encour- 
age a. d sumulite productive industry, through free 
> rants ol public lands u>i»ctuAl soiilersaud culutautrs 
as also ihrouub the prolectioti o immature or Peculiar' 
ly exposed Sranches irom to poweriui loreign compe 
UUon, are among ihe ainui to wtiieh thU journa . has ad- 
hered through good aud evil report, and which it siead- 
ually commends to American patriotism aud phUai; 
taropy. 

As to the civil war now devastating our country we 
hole li to have orlginsted in a rebeUiou more wanioo 
wicked, inexcusable than was ever bef re known— ti 
rebellion in the interest of the lew against the manj— 
a rebellion desuned to ralte higher me wall. 01 ciiie 
and tighten the chains ol oppression 

liaving done all ue couiu without a surrender 01 viial 
principle to avoid ibU war, and wiiueKSed ihe forbear 
ance, mee„nes«, aud ioug sullernj. wi b which the Ped- 
-ral uoverumeul ought lo avert lU horrors, we bold u 
our cle»r du.y, with >bat 01 every «;tier ciiuen, lo stand 
by the nauon and I's fairly vhoaeu rulers, a d 10 .econa 
with all our energies iheir eaons tw uphold ihe Uu ion 
Ihe t>onsiuulK.ii and toe supremacy 01 .he laws. And 
uioughti^ereboliiou has bocome, through usurp a Ion 
decepuon, lerr-rum. aud Hpoliatioulearui.lv strv.n , we 
believe the American Republic lar siruuger, and that 
the unanlmoii*.. earneat eUorta of loyai bearis aud hands 
will luaart- lis okerifiruw . ' -^"«i« 

.n^".i"^,l^'' '*"''V"'*"^'^'"" ">• ohject*. the scope, 
?-, .^I^""" "i' ^"» ■""»' extraoruiasTv corneal, wed 
ferioth se whom ih American people have clothed 
Hiih authority, holdiug unity 01 purpoie and of action 
IndispcUBabie lu »o ^rave ai, emergeucy. 
in a crisis like the present, our colnmus must be 

loc.denu""'"' ^""^ * '"^ -'"•' '^•"•'°' "' ""»"'■« "'"^"^ 

iuJI"l^.lr»?»„'"'?«7'"' '■"""'■''»• "tientioQto Uiera 
L^fj. Mark!?. V''"!"' I" AgricuLurai Progress, to 
l^rops. Markets, Ac, Ac , whicu ha* already we iriisi 

«S,f '™ "" *,*'*"'-■«>. an honorabl*pliwb'i^ong?u 
ooniemiiorarlea. *^ ^^ ' 

Our main object Is and shall be to produce a ccmore- 
hensive newspaper, fr-m . hicn a cKl nsader m^v 
glean a viv.d and faithful hl.iorvT ihe Umea uo^ 
merely in the domain of action but" in' t^*; T^l^^ 

wuu veaV^wX',/?yh"f'"'*"°8 '"'"'■mation iocre.se 
Z^Jrll "^'*"' """ '" "nproven.ent in the con 
rt-., rL? 7 ""'■•*''•*'"'■*»"""'. »"d ihal. mine va- 
hnn' f?^.'""i~' °' intelligence itlorded, we may suli 

?h,^.hL. '"•'"' "l^!" '^y » "'"«= "t the la.t'- in 
this hope we aolipii a c..ntlnu.iLce of the ?euerou° 
mea.tir. r>i pairouaK. hitherto accorded l onur jour^aT 



ADVERTISE 



IJ you have ..IJ |{,K>ds w hlci y.^u wish 
make roo« (or fresh Sloes, let the p-oole » 
for tergaliw kaow it, and— 



Aia - 

for thcr 

Ufth d... .„ . 

In uie ms.ter ~ 
oe " f pii 



<a 01 the 
Hamiey, . 
tmher, a. D.. list;. 
1 the K»u.te 01 »aa;<M» lt»«iia.i«r. de- 



tn aud 



< r 



t y .TU wish locririd 01 to ' *~;"" 
ilBep'^opie who lookout 



1: is 
'.er .1 
ot. 
a» 

tktll A a .1 

lercbitU .11 
o.te v'ouri. 



"» Uie peutiou 01 t';t : -; Bou.kii- 

-bere.u ,e; ior:h, .. . ; rittraW 

-^ ■< y laaue \-jh\ai .leli—^ 

<■ lAn a»i ot itecam 

-- . .1, 'hf. foren<Kjn. a: ;bf 

•hH hear.„«.,.. aaidpeuiou. aud iuf.i! 

' . aLd all other persons In 

ear ai a seiMioa «M iht iTu 

ejus. It au>u.Wi., w::^ lhe"p?:,i-or.J.;dU.±':: 
■h >uiU iMK l<e grHMrd. i ......jwuwi 

Alii r. .» 1 ;; . , U*! said ^etluou-r give no- 

tice to a.. J., -'U aaidesta.e.ollhepeuu. 

Kg ol .i.e sai- , „ ae teanus .hereot. cy cius 

lug acopy ui uus jrd^r u> be pau.i.u^d in th.; P.uaeer 
atd Ueaioc-al. a uewsjap.r ^;uoijiLeoui Sufaiii.li. 
sa-d County oi Baniofi, lor three succaaaiva wm. 
1 re vioui, 10 said day tut ar.ug. 

'"'*'^'<"* Judieol*'ri,ba.e 



ADVERTISE. 

kn'e,? wh^eVe to fl^drou-" ""* "*"• '•''«>«'^">f"'»J 

ADVERTISE. 

If JOB are B.t ihe old aland, and new nores hare mailr 
lU frOD. look dingy, you aili B.ake up the itis if you 

ADVERTL^R 

If you are|a retailer, and wkat small oaah purohaBers 

ADVERTISE. | 

, ^"^ i-^rt •»"»oof a jajgement and cecree of aie DiB 

.„.,.'KJif"**i!*'***'* "'•""»*»'. •ndwMh to extend ; 'V'^'^"'*"" -^c a'Juoua Judicial DiKirict 01 the S>«i« 
Joo ma^."."^!!','^? '"1" ^"'^f costomers, fr<m wh« ' f ^'-^a"*"". ad.- lu ibe ab ive eni.tltd acuon. aad 
fh-ii^.I •-*'*'• ^•'KO^MXl reject the had, iTu/do^ ' '■-•■'«»« 4»'« on Ui« tnirtee..ih ol July. A. 1... 106I 1 
Che larK-et: importers in Ne* v.-k do- *" '^"^'^ ^' ' "1 ». ^uenil .1 l..c .a d cuuty ol kaTi^v" 

appoUiUa fy Bwd t'iun looxeeuio suchjudgemcul Wiii 
. n'rr «,..-._ »^i^ -' l"«b..c a:icuou. { J the higheel ow-.tr. lor eat*.ai 

ADVERTISE ' ."*' '"^"' '^~"' "■ ^''* '-^"'■' "-"•«•• "» i*"- ' "> ^i ^Tiui 

a.±j t AJ^xviiOa. lusa.doouuti, Ju ii:uia.tay, ihe Vinth oay 01 JaUasJJ^ 

A. !>., IN... at eij ocJocxiu Lbe lonuo loI tnai day" 
the loUuwiU|{ dtscnbod premiaes lying and beinn in the 
couuty ci liaaifei, »uu bune ol Min..«..o.a. ki.owa and 
uesunatedasloiow.. to wii; -■•»» 

l-ois uamocre I foui leen, iU> and Mieea, (isi la bloaa 
number aeveniy, (Tu; lu liayu^.u A Irvuie's aJdlaoLit^ 

sk.ui rsul. Niteasbei li#ih, 1861. 

AAtkON W. TULLlB. 
bherid jl' Kaui.ey cu. 
by Ross WiuKiascB, i^epiUy 
EiAMBuaa A Lnao. Atiy s tor Piaumu. aovM>^w 



fc;ALE UNDER PORhCLObURE— 
7 blATS -.f MINNES. T.^, CoCNTV OK KA.M. 
eaV.OlBittlCf Ci^ijRl .SECj*D JUDICIAL wS 

4 iaiO 1 - 

j^^»""i«» W*UB. Pl'u. agaiBM Oeorje Irvine uni Oliver 



If you have lost mooey dorUig the 

ADVERTISE. 

ADVERTISE, 

It yau have property to sell» 

ADVERTISE. 

tio« ^^i ^X'i^^v%y^.s^'::n\^*"''- '^"— 

ADVERTISE. 



J^Hlti PLBUCAIION li> JUSi 

WHAT IS WANTED 

NO MAN, NO FAMILY, NO OFFICB HHOCLD BE 

WITHOt'T IT I 

THE ONLY CORREl 1 AND COMPLETE 

HISTORY OF THE WAR. 



Bvv'* I? '■""(?•* "* tubiicauon, by JAMES D. luR 
HAk. Jiew lork uuy, aud o^eu tor sobserintlasi a 
greai popular nutunai *oia, ol Uieaumai^ie Tame 'to 



-i'2?.'i'l*'""'"y.*'"< ""'•*"'*'"»• •«". yon win save k'" 

JfSrflIdm;'h.m.'rffor^'°' »cu«om/r. a. the^k ' -1, b:.a.uia.y printed .r. .ar^.evo.-wr 

ADVERTISE. Southern UebeUion 



Ujou have houses to lei ther« are many new eomara 
In the city who cannot traverse the whole piaMThS 
whom you can reach if o<>— f^*"^ om 



AND THK 
WAK J?"OK IUK UJNIOW. 



T E B M 8. 
UAILt TBIBLNE (311 issurg per annum, 
SEMI-WEEKLY (IM • / ' 

WEEKLY. ,52 



a wi 

.S3 OU 

.%i w 



ADVERTISE. 

If you are in need of a Bltuatloa, do not be saUsfied bv i "^'""Oa arc UtoUti: 
asking your friends alone, bnl s««k a Irrger elre'e- V ^ ^♦* *' \',> *'-,■■ 

ADVERTISE. 

wlT}'Srve?^eV"ofro«': unir.s'V"iui"' .uch a.you. who 

ADVERTISE. 



TO CLUBS. 
SBMI-WEBKLT. 

ad^M?or'''^'*'"f^d f '^^ f"'**^* '^ ' '•« «»P'«« ^ 
aoureas lor . Al . and any larger uumbar 



oue 
ai the latter 



Kor a club ol iweniy. an extra copy wlU be senU 
one'yMr °' '""^ "^ ""■' ""■ "^^^ "ribunf, 



gratis 



WEKKLT. 



jy 



O 1 1 U E. 



A meeting ol the Stockholders 01 the l>»ke Supen .r 
and Mississippi Railroad Company w.ii beheld at ihe 
Oiijce 01 L.-man 1 'ay ton, in tne Inleruatioual Hotel 
building, iu Uie cii, ol s^int Paul, ximuenou. on me 
.0th day O.November msu, at . o'clock I'.M., lor ihe 
purpose of electing a board «i .even Dueciorsoi ,a u 
Cmpaoy. as provided lor mine >ci ot Ino..rp.,iai».u. 
Hi order 01 the 

uo.: dj* BOARD ot INCORPOrtAiOrtb. 



Three copies for » , eight cop.es for $10 aLd ai,v 
la ger number at the rate iS «1 20 each oer annum ,ti 
: aper 10 be addressed 10 each subwriber ' 

To clubs 01 tweuiy, we send an exira copy 

to'hrjVho"rd;Ss"^Se%'rb'"="'-*^^-*'^ -• --* 

be's^em gia;;;tr Urytilr".'''''^' ^"^ "*''> ^^'•"- •"' 

Wheu draiis can be procured it 
remit bank bills 

TLanameol the Post office aud .>iate ahouid m ^11 
eases be plainly written. anouid in all 

I'aymeni always IG advance. 

A'Idress 

-IflL NO. 164 Nassau street. New York. 



IS much safer than 



£^A V\ s OF MINNESOTA 

rownOrgaalsaUon Law, 
County Organization Law, 
'General Road l.aw. 
Common School Law. 

ALL IB oaa rAMrULBT.' 

PRICK FIFTEEN CENTS. 
Mailed 10 any addressm the State.f 
Twelve t;oplesfor$lW. For gale by 
PIONKkK PRIMriV.* IMVIPANY. 8T. PAUL- 



K 



E M O V A L- 



n,H A R L h S H. MIX, 

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 

THTRD ST ax. p^jr^ jijyj, 

'tac«a'<->oB to w. a. combs 
Having purcaaseu ihe entire stock ol Mr. W. 8. Combs, 
In the Book and StnUonery business, sollclu a share irf 
the public pairoiMKa. 

a.f .^^i"""' '* ' ^«" !o *« citizens of St Paul and the 
STto 2L iSI"*"* ""r '^•°'" '"«• '^^ P»fonsge «teud 
of the^i^,i^ ' "t'eak for my successor a jo ilnusnoe 

•*P*' .^ WILLIAM S. COMBS, 

W RESTAURANT. 



" e hav. r«B v.-d our sioca oi U;»i. .Nails, i^itel. Ac, 
trom the old .^laud on VVaoas'aw »iieel 10 the ^^\V 
.sroNE BUlLDlNti on the uorth side ol llllRii, ue. 
iweeu Waoasbaw sud uedar streets, where h e reaper 
iaily solicit Uie patronage 01 those puichaslnggonds o 
our line. 
oc31 uoia 



J^^ O R F O iv 1-^ N E L L I N G. 

THE 

MlNNKSOfA NT AGE COMPANY 

WILL RUN COACHES 
T U EUR T S N E L H A' O. 

TWU:h DAILY, ieavmg the Inieruauonal at tf o'clock, 
A.M.,»ud2e-ciock, P.M. Keiiirulng, ieivc Fort .Sue! 
J^f_8 »'^<"'<"'j>ek, noon, and I o'clock, P.M. Fare-tis- 

• Koiind trip ;.} Port ^nu 



If you want a clerk, porter, groom, gardener, domes 
of t'rSS'ifVu^*' •""•«• • '«" "'" — " '-i«"Uy* 

ADVERTISE, 

If yon wlBh arrow money or lend— 

ADVERTISE. 

vnif/i^n^-ltf? *° I'h 1^°°* ^••°' y«" can both tncreaae 
your business, and lessen your rinks, 11 you— 

ADVERTISE. 

Hiil?I^"y5 ' prifessloaal man. eo act stand upon your 
dignity, and remai.:nnkrown, but tell the nubile who 
youare,and where yon live— •"' "»c puoiic wno 

ADVERTISE- 

Ifycuares mechanic, do net .maglne tha. voii can 
get ^ongwithou. making yourse! knT.wn. Yonrpl«2 

shop of a mercTianl, and therefo.e you shotild- 

ADVERTISE. 



A Ulstoiy ol Ihe Rise and Progress ol the RabeliuM. 
ana ctnfceouuvr narrative ol evou.a ana inciden s fro^ 
the nrst autgcs ol Uie treason a«aiu.i uie ftcu .oac'down 
to tie CO e of ine couU.«i, logeiucr wiin impori*ni uoo- 
umenik, eiitraois Ironi rtaiara.i.io apecchcs «o- 

lu. oruer lo atcomoiodate a.l eiaasea 01 readers tiu-sa 

.. .-i« wf 82 pages, at 10 Caatt 

J. ln»ti:;.i iio.iU.iy pai.». .^101 pages, ai....»; uenia' 
3. iu Alou.!!-} paiisoi L^ pagea, w. 40 Ceuii' 

int. wan-. Ol an auiheuuc ana iiior..,ugh Uistor* .i lAe 
Rebellioi., tor pr»-sent relen i.ce and luiuro uitA..-vI 
un, u theautijeci 01 ».ei. -ral reiu«.-A. No WiCk 01 
Uint nature tia. > el ueeu oUcrd lo the public aud all 
» Lo » lui lor uiiormauon are oom,)eueu 10 gr-jpe tn/S' 
IhemazB. 01 me rumors, rtporia, diapatches leuem 
fci.d euiioriais 01 the dau> uewspai^ers. 10 j-aai rTrTia 
lioiu iU c j..iu.ed coiuuui.. tnc great lac s and luuiOanu 
ui laes'a-uggje i. I Uie C uiuu. ~-»i» 

lo mce mis want, aud to produce a work f! uerma 
neui taiue as wel. as ol nceal ml, rtsu the uunilaaM- 
nas arraiiged lor the taaue ol the huioiy as abovlTai* 
lor.h— in a lorm ai.u al a t,noe wnich shaii rtnder r aT 
cepiaoie to a.;. »""cr 1. ac 

Ihis woik, the urt.1 aeealy i.umb«r ol whleh warn 
i-ubiialieuouAugus .U;. has re-eived Jie nnquaia^ 
eiioomiu.!!. ol tnepr ,> »nd ot lea.iug ciUXelsTAL- 
t.oily wuir«ad it w.ihuui aatislacii^i, . Ti should b«m 
lh« Aaads of every Luiou luaL. ■•wu.a we la 

-obehadul aUiieWkrekdere, ifo tmaaier. aid book 
aeilers tteryu litre. ~.- ./ww* 

fcUbscrlbeia sruOxU^ ONE DOLLAR m a good bii or 
poaiage sUou^alo Ui« undersigned iu> »li.^Jali tJPdern 
are to OL d.trc«:Cj w..i rtce.ve 0> u.»ii ^ >»l .aia ihi. 
ueeko nuiu..ers. f >»i ,'aiQ, len 

lu oiueim- copieain- lull ano exact address a..., 
loxu, oouu.y, auu sia.e .nouid ba g.veu m ev^ uT 



ompeieul Aaenis wanted m ali lowus aud CoouUe. 

> liaD'il,. l>Jk.AUAKli, 

ueueral A^eu 
u street. ,Po.i •^tiice ttoi ♦jyi,; New ioik. 



ei Nksei 
ocM-d'tn 



auuouuce- 
wl!l 



gle tickets, fill.; 
back, 7 jc 
ocll8-d 



r-ACh 



J. C BL'RBANli. 



NlCOLh A DEAN. 



Jl A G C A K P t 1 ji. 
Charles Kramciath, 

WAaUlNOION SIRliKi, UACE OK 1. 1 i V UA..L 
Ca»h lor ragt.iwocautaperpound. atari 



J^O 



u A^ '"* ^' R A C r S OF TITLE 

TO 

KlilA L KSTATK 

AN» ANY OTHER INFORMATICS CONTAINED 
IN TBB 

RECORDS OF RAMSEY COUNTY, 

WILL BE 



^E 



MBAL8 AT ALL H0UR8. 

By ALBERT KUBY, Agent. 

CITY HALFWAY H0U8B THIRD STREET. 

Freah Oysters daUy, served up at a moment's noUce. 
THIRTY CE.NT8 PER DOZKN. 

. ALBERT KCBY. 



oelO-dSm 



A T I O N 



B O O L A M 

FROM 

JU8T1CK & FOREPAUOH. 



Of this city, having effeaied some eight or ten perma- , ,,_. , v , .. 

neat cures of Cancer wliain the past two years, has | ****•" "> '»• f*«' »hat eastern ahlppers by this route 

will have the prtvUegas of adJOBUnent ot overohargeB 
Usmages, Ae., atSu Paul, by Measrs Borup A Champ 
Un, who are especially authorised lo liquidate and settle 



b«Mi induced to proclaim to the world that be will core | will have the privileges of adJOBtment ot overehar**. 
the womi case uf (.aucer eltectualiy in leaa than twenty . vr ..vaarBcs 

lays. No cure n < pay. 

lo be assured of the truth of above, tbe followng 
aflldavii 1 atiacaed, and the subject can be saen every 
day, aud la a few days other atUdavlU will oe procured: 

ST. PaCL, Au«. 30. 1861. 
I am an eogiaeer, and have been attlcied with a can- 
cer lu the ihrjai lor two years, aud li« e advised with 



dh>slcia: s In St. l^wuM and oilier clues, but without a 

hope of relief. I made appUcaiiou to Cap aln Samuel 

Inter, ot Ht. Paul, who informed me he wou d edect 



hop 

Psli 



e of relief. I made appUcaiiou to Cap aln Samuel 

'aul, who informed me he wou d 

a peroianeni eura, else be would make no charge. He 

wh eb any one acfected can be convinced of by 



dids 

calling OU 
sep 



8AMUKL HUNTER. 



STAPLJ^: GRoCKRlEtJ.— WE HAVi 
in Store lid I trrlvu, the LARGEST STOCE e 
Staple viroeeriesi ev-r brought to this market ana 
daiilerslVom '.ue c.'UDlry are retjuested i<> call and as 
aaine our Stock :iu.irloa Lui betore going helow. 
J.i'. A H.O.BCRBANK A CO., 

Ooraer Levee aud Sibley ft a* 



GREEN APPLES.— FRESH LOIS 
received semi-weekly by 
___^^ r. T. Mt,H3CILLAN. 



P R 



SALE, 



UNB PAIR OF tJRET HORSES, LUMBER WAOOM 
AND HaBNKSa, all for $160, CaSU. 
One good Saddle Pony, souad, aad kind to harness. 
jLJoiis from vine to fc ur years old 
Three Horses, ganUa and sulubla ior invalids. 
Aiso. one new i>onoia aaaiad Carriaie, very low. 

William l. mxntbbr, 

^ . Robert etraat. abova Fifth. 

^u Paul, Sapt, as saps 



all snah claims. 



ap28 



JRAVELERS AND SHIPPERS 

OOINQ TO TBB 

EASTERN STATES OR CANADA 
May find It to their advantage lo eaU tor Tiokeu bv war 
Ol the Detroit aad MUwaukee BaUroad. and U 8 M 
etaamsaip Uaa ^^ w o. «. 

To Detroli, Bnapenaloa Bridge. New York. Boatoo 

Philadelphia, BuffaloT Niagara »ali; '*''"*~' 

Roeheaiar, Byraeasa. Boiae, UUca ' 

Albany, Troy, saratoca^ortland. 

Claveiand, Puuubnrg, BaliUaoreTWaBhingtoe, Toroota 

HaaUioB, Mooireal, QuabecT 

AND OTBBB PLACB8 BAST. 

Lessaa your railroad travel by taUag ;ha shortaBt aad 
m St plaaaaat route. 

Escape troat UkaT AND DUST so annoying to rail- 
road pasaaaf era at thla season of the year. 

Avoid the UNCBrTAINTY AND DBLAT of chaa«- 
lac cars atjoaettana. 

Tka attantioB of SBIPPBBS Is called to thla favora- 
ble route, a they ean always depend on the LOWBsT 
MATES aad QUI KE«T TI > K. 

Tiekeu via Pratrie du C^en or La Croaae to be had at 
prtaeipal Ticket ofltoas. 

J. H. WHITMAN, 



eJSS.'*'?n*.?'i^"'*'*'w'" '"'"'Of U»elr unbounded sue 
"•»••■ In suiting he wants ot tne pe. pie i f thla eliv 
«.«.»'""•,',? their se,ectlonso» goids. .gain csdl thj 
attention of buyers lo their splendid stock of 

Sprinc and Sxuoxner O-oods. 

Our stock Is eaokposad of every varlelv and naitarn 

VJ{tJ:\'^:°'''^' "^""« kt'p^nrmryi?rnihi 

us^!i°.57a^-d'i'.?«Tii' •lir'iu^re'J'"' •'~'"« '° «'^- 

'"^'-^^y JUSTICE A FOBKPAUOH. 



W 16 YOUR TIME 

TO BUT 

BtJsT CARBON OIL, 

THAT WILL NOT EXPLOBK, FOR 60 AND 6dc. 

rEB UALLON, AT 

K. A HY. BELL'S, 
POTS Near tbe Winsl ow House, 3d tU, Su Paul. 

jPOR A TERM OF YEAK8 

A .SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY I I 
1 will rent the property known as the 

WAL.FWAY WOUHK, 

Three aslles trom »t. Paul, on the hi. Anihony road 

for.a term of years. 
Tnere Is attached to ;the dwalllngs twenty acres of 
good land 

TERMS VBRV LOW. 
Apply to WM. CONaTANS, 
""•^l-aaw i>ower Levee, Si. Paul. 



^^Ji /" '"u *^'' **" ""' "»!*«>«»"' ihat the auuou 
men t of your business In a respee Able ne wdoaper 
lower you in the public estimation . If you are l^ een- 

ADVERTISE. 



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* m us. . luias U. V^ iner aud iiarrie. N . W intlr 

hOKaL.l.....-,ntc IS, LUANt h.lti. 

.>ecr. e, ueioi,,., lerm. A. D. ICi-ji.hh Ob. uttereai 

aud coala. 

I ur»uant w ihe decretal ord- r ol ilic above CourU 
made m m.. c^ute ,.. me MCi oer 1 erm, A O ittbl 1^7. 
auueralKUcu Alaaier m . man .rj ol aam Court *ll ,1^1 
aipuoicauciKu.u> the u.t;Le»l cash oidder, on lu^ 
aay me :^.eum I7ihi ua^ u Jauuarv", a y 
iba<. St tieveu o CLjca ui me ioreuoou. al -Ji, u^l 
cuuauoe U. tue p.»,V5 -.i h..idmg .ne wd ^ouri^ 
ilr_i»u-s hi..ca. on ia.,ds..et., fn the ^Tiat^^^:" 
msau l.i«ir*ct ot Mli.oeM,la. ihe lo.lowmg describe •" 
!:"rta'?orL"*'= "• "-^ '"""'^ - li-^-.Mau'ol';"!: 

ine uorliaei,l.| lusero: se<.i:ou No. twelve UTu ic 
sniTl^. ." «»-« """^^a auu nine nwj, uoria a Tin, 

>Uly Mcrea, uiure or less. '" «-vu aa.i 

au y^ui, 'o%. i;, i«ei. 

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IV THE 



DAILY, 



rUBNieUED AT MODERATE 
PRICES, 

oif ArrucsTioii to tbk 

County a u lu t o r, 

at the vault connected with the office 
of thb register of deeds. 

Hy order of the Board ol County Commlsaloners, 

JOHN NICOLS, 



norS-dSm 



Chairman. 



J^WENTY WATER PRIVILEGES 
POR SALE, AT A GREAT BARGAIN. 

NEAR To THIS CITY, 
With from 16 to 30 feet head, will be sold or leased upon 
he most favorable terms to parties who wUI make im- 
mediate improvements. Apply to 

,« .., „ LYMA.V DAYTON, 

ooi»-aim Seventh street..: nder Intemailonal Hotel. 



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IMPORTER OF ALL K1ND80F 

BEADS AND FANCY GOODS. 
Price, to soli the times. " v. ^^ o. 

DBPOT, NO. 186 PEARL STREET NEW YORK 
aogii 



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OMaral Weatam Afent. MUwaohaa. 
W. K. MCIB. 
Oenaral SapenaMSMat 0«lro(L 



EAGLE BAKERY, AND CRACKER 
MANUFACTORY. 

^v^^JI«TAM Ghigs 

PROPRIETOR. MAIN STREET, 

(latkarearoftke Amarlcaa Hooae. in uew brick 

huUdlac.) 
Thankful for past favors, he respectfully informs the 
pnbUc that he has enlartad hla aatabUahn, ni to such an 
extant that he U eaabied ta sapply the Publle wlU 
Bread and Crackers, and MerehanU at whalesale 
t lower rates thaa any other Bakery la St. Paul 
aaTl6-dly 

ST. NICHOLAS BILLLARD HALL, 
comer Sd and Rob-^ru street, N.B. ALLEN Pro- 
prietor, by H. O. rtROWN, Supertuiendenu This 
jUaU is f oralBhad with PhelanA Co.'e No. I Marble bed 
TablaB. with ftrei-elaaa axtures ; and haa the exelusive 
ageaey for the Btata for the sale of Phelan A Co 'i 
Taklaaaad flztnrei. 

Ordare Oom Iha latarlor wUl be Oiled on short noUce 
at the w a a n fU atttrare' prleea. m7«-d6m 



REDUCED PRICES, 

Constantly jq baud and for SAle at the lowest price 

PBINTBBS' INKS. 
Orders aued by Express at better rates than ca 
wtainad elsewhere 
ASH, AND THE HIGHEST PRICB PAID F 

RAGS AT OUR WABBHOUBB. 
J. C A H.C KUKBANK A CO 

MOTICE— THE WINTER SESSION 

OF THB 

ST. PAUL FEMALE SEMINARY, 
Win open on TUE.-'DaY, Nov, 12. F aiimiM iffn 
tcrma, ac. , apply to the undersigned. ' 

J. O. RliiaLDAFFAR, 
Coraar of Summit Avenue and 8u p. ter streets. 
aov6-dl w 

jUUSIC LESSONS. 

FRANK WOOD, 
[Latb raoM Baibt Loiris,' 
PIANIST, OBGANIST, AND PIANOFOBTB lUNBB 
BaapaetftiUy soUelU the patronage of the eltlxens oi 
St. Paul and vieinliy. 
Bast of 81. Louis and New Yor^ rafereaee given 
TeiBu moderate. Enquire at Munger Bros' Mualo 



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OOXTBT 



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State Lawg. 



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ON CO.VfilGNMENT, 

rOB SALE. BT THE BARREL, AT THB LOWEST 

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1060 PAQBS OP LABQB OCT A TO. 



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A\i} WKKKLY 
B D 1 r 1 ii b 

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WHICH HAfi A 

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THAN ALL 

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UNITED! 

AND WHIOB ARE 

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STATE, 



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_-.'_• I. u per Iowa, near ux K ell. 

J»0 MKCHANiUb AND LABORERS 

• ue uiiaer«i4;n d are SI. i. : ■ ■ . r . ,.» 
lor ihc i»i R^iiimeut t . .- ^lt\ 

sevcu (luore.j firuLR, and . ai i 

near lu.ctttio. ' * •*'*-• 

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l»e,.ar uie..:, v.,,h mc i.i.der..»i,dii,i: mai 



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audia . ' ■' 'Udocemtauiomecnanics 

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a=..i... re«.uie..tis ri.or««i,x '•-s*;^ »» a .' elj^ u^ 
Cm.^.». mcie is.iodoouioui »hal,i*|,ii,et,' t*lrMrt ^ 
oouiiuuaii.. . •'■•"= ''^ tAir-i a ...i^ 

it'i:*!'.^,'":,'"*' *»""*»»'^''. «»oT,e .Vasous. Brick layere 



oppuiiuuii, „i eti, „ug me aervice nith ti<*M paj aim 
.Uteuc. c.oU.l..g, ai.,u.c.l a.l«n.alic.. au*L a Ooti' I 

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*Ui *t.Oi.AolAiE 
Uud ajwu aocuraiely from actual aur.ey. 
eo.mt> Uouudarie.. *.»«». i„wna. Po., oiLeee Bail 
uaaes, anamps. Piterlea. PraJlea. l^t' t^^^. 

u V--*^'*'" ' '*•''' »»«»d"*«'i' scale Irom iHe 

ever, oue n». . . .e.est m Mmueavial "■''"^•i 

Afpi> to 

uiAARLEb A. P. MOKhia, 
_ocli»-dlm 1^-— fc.. w ^*'> ^ngm•;r, 



Praaah's bioae 



1-1 jck. ..a street. 



MASILLON (OHlu) IHRKSHINO 
JkACHiA&b, 
Maoaiaciured b, c. M. RuBaell A Co., MasUlon, liiara 
County, Ohio. 
soi.a AaaacT at ihb 
.MSW AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE, THIBD BT. 

Adjolalag the Bridge, SU Paul, 
"y -*'^°' S. P. A P. f. HODQBfe. 

iNTELLKiENih OFFIC.E 

sr 

E. J E.NOBELSDORFP, 

THIRD .STRk-iii . g • Pah 

OpposJle jus: -se * Forepaugh'e Storo, 



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2,500 



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In parcels of troas five to forty acres. 
Part of these are covered with 

A FINE GROWTH OF TIMBER. 

Alto COaKABOB 

80MB OF THE MUST BEAUTIFUL TIBW8 IN 

iKINNESOTA. 

The sou Is of the best quality, with line boiling springs 
'^**'w!*if"*.,*r^° '■^* inveetmeEU now In hU proper 

ohirh will ln<.ma.a >.>n t^lM _,.>.._ ,^^ |»«v>,.ci 

tra. 
R8ERY 

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Apoly to 

ooi9-dlB Seventh straat, uad'er laiierBaUooal Botal. 




Wbc.'e male atiJ cm. 

■•oiK>.iy aileuded. GoodT«7VaBr<rjrMi 

"iiinry""" '"""""• '' •»!&.• *^oa":' "" 



.alued Orders .rum ."^fiP."!.*" .*'".1» °^^J be oh- 



AND 



IVllh ONE PAY At EM. 

TBK 

AV liaO le Com :m unity 
MAY BE REACHED ! 



[THE SECOND MINNESOTA BAT- 

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TWO GOOD FBtSU MILCB OOWS. 

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laJ«^!l^*"' w"S *»»» "'"="> "P "> «l«t ciass style Vke 
lif/ti^?^ ^° '''? ^"' "«>«■ f°' Besiaurarit pnrpoeaa, 
l^i^i" *"' '*»•>»•■«■•"»•■ be.'ire tor his importeJ 

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THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. SAINT PAUL SUNDAY. DECEMBER 15 1861. 



'^max i gmocrat. 



A DUbanded Volantecr. 



MISCELLANEOUS 



froiB Ut« New Vork MerQory.tJth. 

Tbe accouDt giveo by our quaiut old 
fri^od of tbe altercation between tbe Presi 
deut and Secrel^rj Camerou, ia part tea lar- 
ly rich and racy. The moet imptlcit confi 
dt'Dce may be placed id the general accura- 
cy of tbe dialogue. Tbe bints to tbe daily 
papers in relation to the quarrel— or, to 
•peak gingerly, the difference of opinion— 
between Mr Lincoln and Mr. Cameron, are 
we are assured on the best authority, very 
wide of the mark : 

Washimoton, December 6, 1861. 

Aitiyturf o/th» Stinday Uerkary . 

Tbars ben an improovin time bereatween 
Abraham and Simon. I mean, in coarse, 
atween tbe Head of tbe Nasun and ehe 
Head of the War barrow. These two 
beads had a lively brush on Sanday. Thar 
idees clashed on the subjeck of arming tbe 
VooliybeaJs, and arter considabul iffingaod 
hutting, they both hauled otf without heviog 
Uiade the siytest impreeshin on wnaanuther. 
Honest Old Abe, who deeriy luvj* bid own 
way and bes a hart as tet der as a biled 
turnip, wanted Camerun to alter his vewei 
bbout setting tbe black secesbers from slav- 
(>ry un tbe white secesbers Irom libty ; 
*varupoD, as londerstand, tbe Seckatry de* 
olined to make tbe alterashin and the loN 
lenn altercasbin ensood : 

Abb. — Sir, tbe Slavery mancipasbin 
queeteo ia a notty pint. Tbars a split on 
it now iu the North, and what jou Bay in 
your report about armin tbe niggers and 
iiettin em on to mall thar musters, would 
oney act us a wedge to widen tbe fislishure. 
You air not aseJ for opinumi, sir, butoney 
Jot ttatenuiits. El }our dockymttt was 
%o go to Congress ondocked, all tbe coo- 
iiarvativs would say 1 wub bttrkiu up the 
^me tree a^ yourueir, and I stiould be raiieti 
at as onwortby ol my post by ail tbe Suib- 
ern Uuionisttj. You muet dock otf tt.ot 
porsbiu of the tail eend ot your rtpui i wnar 
you say it may be the "dooty" ot the Guv- 
ernment to "arm and tquip'" tbe darkeys. 

Sir. I inHst upon it 

Simon — Mister Presideut, I owe it to 
m self to say it kaot be dun. 1 wont takt 
back a billy bui>. Ive i>eiit the report totbi' 
it must oomc out. War to the nife aiid the 
nift .'0 the hilt is my watcliword, and ef you 
want to play at pusb-piu wiib rebeiiyun, 
instt<l ot smitin tbe tillistios Lip and thigh, 
you must git anutber Seckutry of VVur. 

Abb [sourcasticaliy). — The jdw ol un arB, 
Mr. Seckatry, isent au powerful a weepiu 
now as it was in tbe days ot Samson and 
tbe filiiatins. and tbarlure Ime anksbus to 
bev tbe objecksbunaul claws struck out. 
It is onwurtby of your tuio^s as a states- 
man. Suppose your biad is up— it is jour 
biziynees as a poUytisbeu to dror it mild 
papt'rs with orders lor it togoin.uud tbarforf 

Simon. — Mr. President, the lemarka you 
jkwaril with in my me^.-^idge to Coa — 1 
■ mean my report to you — was not diklated 
by Moll Evolence oor wicked Ai;uy ^lor'ity 
I but by a Simon Pure regard K;r tbe high 
fold morrill precept ; ' the teii;i aunksbiuh 

• tbe means." The whining poiiytisbiuu as 
iOlabbt:r'< at tbe idre ot aruiiu trie biackH, is 
'a set ot hypr'ruriticai Chanotte Anos, and 
;uutbin sborttr. Could tbe hiuduietil ot Af- 

rikius act more like iJeviis in garnet, than 

the white lackgnards of South Caroliny 

laud Ceorgy, and Alabauimy h^s acted. — 

jWby should we treat them with 6om hominy 

and coosideraflhin, wben tbt:y tiiretten u> 

byi*t tbfc bluck fldg, ttud refuse to giv up 

tbe ded bodies ot our ciluio tr'rnds, abd 

thrust th ir pneners of wur icter unholeauoi 

da&gins, whar they shoot eui tbroo tbe win 

ders, and lear with butcherly eyes at evry 

I N other ner that pa^s^s throo tbur streets 

jcryic'*Kill! kill! killl" 

! Abb— Enufl of this Mister Caujeruu — 

jeiiid rayiher mote. / am Presidt:ut o! 

•these United Sti.ea— not y>ju. b'A you tbink 

,lme a puppit to toller the uiosbiu.<) whenever 

jSimoij sviys wiggle waggle, yi,uv<? mistaken 

your mtiu. Sam ktu d^iH bi.t battles witu 

oQt Sambo, and be shall. War may t>e a 

milentary game oi Clies^, as .N'apoleoo 

wuDSt std it Wii'-, but never wiiii my consent 

aball black men be uiarshald agen wbue 

:aieu on tbe American obi^^ hoaru It ttiut 

Joeceasary, it aiut poiiyiiok, it aint Chria- 

•■ tian Kt twenty four millynos ot honest 

: Northern Unionists can't tiax out six miil- 

lyouH ot ougratetui .Suthersi rebiis without a 

; sir vile war, tbe angler Saxon ra.se isnt fit 

ito bold tbe ro<i of Einpire even on this side 

lul Mattou and Dickjou's iiii«^. 

* Simon — Weil, Mister Presiiitut, alt I hev 
to say, ill conclusliin is, tho even p| my 
report sboald caws my discbarge, 1 wont 
altrr it. 

Abs — You needent go utl at halfV! cock, 
Mistar Seckatry. Ime not goiu to dismiss 
you— at least not rite away ; but I shall 
wipe out your niggeramin suojestshin. pre- 
VIU8 to seniiin tbe dockymt-nt to Congress. 

Simon [ralher nUkily) — Weil, do as you 
like. 1 see we kunt set up our horses to« 
gether. 

Abb— Never miiiil, m? Irv-uJ, so long as 
yon tatten youru at the public crib 

Simon {sacayely) — S^y master Presi- 
dent, you're toud ol cauuouJruma ken you 
tell me why youre like the North Wind ? 

AbB {pluy/uUy). — Mabijee its bekase 
you tind uxc purty cuitiuki. Masiei (Jame 
ran 

SiMOM {miiiiahuily). — No, sir, its bekase 
your«: a '' blusterin ruiler" 

Abr {coolly) — Very goo.l, .Mister Seck» 
atry — and do you know why youre like a 
»artain prophit as was swailered by a wbak-? 

Simon [itjleclivtly}. — Preh.-»p3 bcka?e 1 
shall be hard to keep down and may turn 
up all rigbt when least eggspected. 

Abb (t/i hit uiual sly w\y), — No, but 
bekase 1 shall throw you overboard wheu> 
ever seteb a saokrifioe is nessassary to al- 
lay tlie storm. You woulJ hev to go, my 
treiud, et the pubiick g:>od wrecwired ii ; 
so youd belter square your poilysc-e by my 
wishes, my Simon, ef you want to be Simon 
— bar Jonah 1 

Eggi^il Simon. Ab:* whissles, and thr 
curtain fails. 

Tlie President is in better luck than tne 
old man in the Donkey fabil. His Mes- 
sage tickcs cenamost everybody, without 
it is the rebois, and in coarse it is intended 
to t«tu-b tbem in the rax. 

iloping tb^t a UdW erie is commeusiug 
in witch all tune sarving humbugs will be 
swampt, i remain bopetully 

Yours alius, 

A DiSB.VNDKD VOLUNTKKR. 



C. »• MIX. 

8CCCK880R TO W. 8. COMBS, 

Bookseller <Sl iStationei*. 



THIItl) mTEKET. lAlVT rAt'L. 



Grif ts for the iriolidays 

I'hn UrgeM oolleottoB of riNK BOOKS, Mllatota «ar 
Prrsenu In the ctljr, oontUMng Id yart %t 

RAPHAEL'S MADONNAS. 
COURT OF NAPOLEON, 
WOMEN OP BEAUTY, 
LOVES OF THE POETS, 
THE CENTRE TABLE 



KINK PRAYKR BOOKS, BIBL.KS, 

&C. &C. &C. 

Obekp lor Oub at 

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DIARIES FOR 166 2. 

At C. U. MIX'S 



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CHILDREN'S BOOKS 

FOR THE UOLIDAYa. 



noHECR prutug compait 

PUBLISHBBS or THK 

Pioneer and Democrat. 

TBS DAILT PIOKBBB U publiakad every mcnuBB 
< Mondair eceepted), »l 97 -OS a year, or flttcao ecoti a 
« call, payable lo the OoUeotor. Mailed to aubseribere 
a><6 W par aanum. 

The Tmi-WaaKLT Pio*«mi, la pubUahed an Bundayr, 
Wednaadaya and Frid*ya, at tS SU par annum ar fl ^r 
luarterby mall. 

The WaaaLT Piaaaas la pnbUahad every Prtday at 

^ Pi r jraar. In club* »r ihMa v lira at $1 SO (ar e*oh 
(ubaertber. In eluba of ten at 91. whan package la 
■tailed to one addi ew. If namea ate pruW-d on the pa- 
nt*! $1 M (or each aukacrlber. 

St^ bobterlbert ta Ae OAftr Pioanca aid I>mm< 

KAT, inUie oily, are DoiUl«d that payment maal be 
■•lade IB moaey to Mr. Burk-^, the eallaetor, or at itie 
Oloe 

Habaerloeraareespeelad to pay promptly Ok preaen. 
•U.)u o( bUlt, or weakly to Mr. Burke. 

fba larma of the Oailt Pioaaaa to aobaeribera Is the 
•iiy are 97 per year ; 9S SO for ilz months ; fl 75 fbr 
(oree monlha , paynMni U> bt mads in odoanc*. 

'THURSDAY. 

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PRESH 0YSTKR8. 

BSOKIVBD DAILY BT KXPKESS. 
THK rBDBBMeNBO, EOLB AOrMTS FOB 

Maltbv's 

CBLBBBATEl/ BALTIMORE PSAKL 

OVSTER8, 

A*e BOW prapared to aoot iy aU order*, aUt>«r by tbe 
Caae or lioKle Can . UeUveved te taaiklileg ia tte aity 
fraa af ezprnae. 

Orders irem ttie coaotry prampUy attended to, arad 
filled by Kapress at red i ed rates. 

Tbeae Oyatert are WARBANTEO FRRi^H, and the 
quality auperlar t« any brand brnn* bt to ifalg c< y. 

D»rai) J. C. BUBBANK ACQ. 

1861a WINTER 1862. 
ARRANOEMENT ! 



SEWLNG MACHINES 



r\ REAT 



MINTCKB OX.A. 






Ct>., 



North'weat'n Iilxpi'ess 



REDUCTION 

PRICES OF 
HINGER & CO.'S 

Standard Machines 

WKU. KNOWN TO BB THK BEST FOB 
MANUFACTURING PBKPOSBS. 

Ko 1. Sauuie Maekine, formerly aold at $9U, reduced 

lo ITO. 
Na 2. Mhuttle Kacblne, formerly sold at SlOO, redared 

to S7S. 




AND 

THE UNITED BTATEH 



MAIL. 



Al 



O. U. MIX'S. 



A WORD TO ALL WHO WISH TO 
BUY 

BOOKS OR STATIONERY. 

(Uviajc added Urgaly to my atook by purokaaaa (or 

t'aah, 

/ OFFSB aVPXRlOH INDVCBUHSTH TO CA^B 

PURCBASSRS. 

dfcUV ilAwlm '1. U MIX. 

UOLLAXD, BERRY & DAWSON, 
ItANlCiCBS. 

M til !niy and sell Kiobange. Land Warraaio, Huue, 
< bounty and t:uy 8crtp. 

C'lIecUuna made, and promptly remitted. 

!^td luvfs raeuut made, and Taicn paid tor nou-rast 
ileii'.!i. 

Third street. Hu Paul Mtunrsota. aorzS dly 



N.B. Millar's 
dacll. 



OU 



BIIJ>ATRICK'8. 
Paste Waterproof BLAOKINU. 



1. O BUHBAMK 



Propria '.ore 
* CO., 



JNO. L. MKBKIAM. 



Tbe Boada are well slocked with First Claaa K >rt«a, 
Ooaoord Oaaohee,. with careful and experl«no«<3 U> It- 
era. all andar the control otcompetentAgenU. 



r, 



YERS & POLLOCK 



JAOKtoN traaat, urrosiTB tub sio ou>ac, «t. PAiia, 

.Maoufaciurers and dealers In COPPXB, aUERT IBON 
and TINWABK. UToViH of the latest pattaraa. 
■Steamboat aud^tiuam Milt Wutk promptly alleadrd to. 
deolOdly 



PHtLAN 



BROWN 



T^OTIOE TO LUMBERMEN. 

THE BEHT PINE LANDS 
UM 

Rum Ar. St. Croix Rivers. 

AND THEIB TBIBUTABIK8. 

Amoan.ing to several thoasand acres. locatt<d atz years 
age, tor sale at I/O W UnlKb, or the slumpage upon 
them disposed of nn reavoLablf terms, d^r lumber 

Apply io LYMAN O. UAYTON. 

nuT^'dAwlm>> Iniemauonal ot«., 8i. faul. Mm. 



OF 



SOHEDULE 

DEPAUTUHliU FROM SAINT 



PAUL, 



K 



AG CARPETS. 



Charles Kramerath, 

UABrKT WEAVfcK, 

WA.t^H■.H^it^Jt^ riTKKKT, iiACK UP OITY BALX. 
Oa- b fur ra«r, two aeata per paaod. marl 



JJOW 



IH YOUR TIME 



BILLIABJ) 



.liBXT roa 

I COLLONDEB'S 

TABLES, And 

PATENT iJOMBiNATIO.y CUSH10M8. 



!<avlnK received the Agency f ir this saeiloa af uaaa ■ 
t-y tor tbe above Arm, T aoi prepared at all times tn tt 
up ami I'll ulsb t^.'erytbiQK n«o Mary f r k Firs; ritt>« 
BILLIARD KOUM , aad am read; at all timeii ^o over- 
haul, reUt, and put Id ranning orcler. lablsi oat oi aa- 
V>ilr. Ciiobioun recoverrd. Halls Colored, Aa.Ao. 

K ■). fersouH wl«hliig any tuformaiiiu la rela<l)ii t. 
nriee an'' quality of articles, can apply to ma at tb>e 
M^iropKli'an BiMard Koom, St. Paal. daell-dsa 



vv 



A N T E D 



A !ew mu.-f Uood Ml'AGIC UOBSES, wetgUad rot 
ln»!> iban lOM Ids, cor over 'erea year eld, r>r wblak 
we w.ll pay a lar price. 

J. 0. BUBBAMB A Co. 

U^e-r> »^er 11, I8SI. dlw 

D L A C t C L O T U C O A T 8 , 
Silk Velvet Vesta, 



D O K 8 

At 
decll. 



K I N 



H 
W. H. 



A N T a 

TBMPI.B'S. 

'ihlr ■ Street. 



g., 



RAY COW 



TO BUT 

B£BT CABBOI OIL, 

TBA* WILL aOV BXTLODE, POB 60 ABD 65c. 

FBB UALI.OM, AT 

B. A HT. BBLL'f. 
M>*6 Maartha Wiaalow Uooae, Sd >L, It. P««L 



t^Htna loio my enol'>HHrn on the 30th day af Movem- 
ber, onu Klaok and White <:OW, abou: tweUe vears 
old HK.VKV HORN ■ 

deoli-3t» 4 miles West. 



UPllAMite ii >I.MES. 

WU(tLt:SALE GROCIRH, 
UOMMlHrtlON MERCHANTS, 
AHt» l» .Al.itRS IX BOAT A BAB l*TOBB>-. 
\? Ml 
i'l'i-d«w6m 



VI J 



losuo's Warehouse, 

l«>wer Ii^yee, 



8t Paul.Mlaa. 



»l 



UOLLtSD 

L L A N U 



WILLIAM DaWSOK. 

DAWSON 



IT O L L A N U k 

DEALERS IN LAND WikUBAVTS, 

STAT , i'OC:>TY, AND CITY 80RIP. 
A'i!l nl8<i buy and sell Keal Rstate, pay Taxes, Icai 
nouey, sell lAnd Warrants, oa eae or two years' 
ime, Ac, c 

Ipcriil- H \VSON A BARNgS' BANK, t»l. Paul. 
ot ^u -J t v> y si 



iSeaumont &> Ghordon. 
» K o c K RS 

ANU LOMMI8&iON MKBCUANTri, 



I, \KPK.N'TKUK'S OhP MTAWn, 

CORNKB FHIBIi 
aii'il-'IAwIt 



jACBBoM ilM. 



P. F. McQUiLLAN. 

WUOLMALK (ifiOCEi; 
A.n(l Coniruisaion >l•rol^&l:ll, 

I'BIVw-K'S NBW BLOt^B 



<e2» 



LKTKK. KAINT PAUL. 



C 



UURKNUY AND 
(jUUTATIOMS 

TliOMPSON. 
P3 a II k e 



KXCUANOB 

BROH.. 



Ut:.VLElW 






N UU rU WKS I KRN 

iHarneMtt Manu- 
faoiory. 



m 



U K M 



I > 



V A L 



lb" su»>4'r!b«r* batinx U^iuotixI ihelr "North- 

•••tern H^best Mauutactory" lo Rdgeriou's Block, 

m-sidow I . ibo H» k) are ^>r^i,\^f:^ to offer :o the 

paMlo the b*»i asHonmeni lo be found la this city of 

UABNKIW. .>AniiLK«, TRUN-fCS. WMIPa. 

BLAKKET8, 

And all oiner artleies u*uaU> fo.ii-J ii, s arnl aU.a 
Hameaa Manutacorj. 

All kinds ol work lu our Ime m^de to order and re- 
pairing done with uentneas snd dispaich. 

N.B, AU work L-avluB our .hop <s Warrant«d lobe 
aa rapreiaotad ; and we are deiermined col to be un- 
^•r«ol4 by any huuae lu iha NurUiwest. 

LjYM * MAtilLiL. 
Maii.1 Pani, Daeambar U, IMI. 



L\ EXCUABUts:. 
WARRANTS, Ac. 



LAND 



BANKABLB VDBDS. 



New York. 
i/b.H, 
I udiaoa, 

lOVfA, 

Winona County Bank, 
rtumswy Co !£i>' orsea Hrrlp, 



Maw Si.gk*a4, 
Misbigan, 
New JeriiHv, 
PbilAdelpUa. 
i'ii sburgh 
Peop>ei>' BAuk, 
U. . D'eman I .Notes, City a< ril I'ail 8onp, 
I lilted Siae4 6 per cenu 2 yrs Notea, 

lOECUAVGB BATB8. 

PraMlwa. 

Bankable K uuus 13^ 

Ooio, in'Uua, Iowa 1 

.N<-w York and New Kngla d ||[ 

•m.ito! hi 

L'lilte 1 Ki«te< Treni-ury T 3|i) .HoiaB M 

HubKcripliorsreueive.lat our Ofiee lor the Naitaaal 
1. 'AU. bi ariuK 7 3 lu interest, t-r ime aei-t. par day aa 
e ru 6u doilnr note, by Mp^juiotmaat uf ta? gaareiary ef 
.iieTre sitj. 
S iriub^T 7, laftl. aavT-d 



u. 



J. BRA IN A RD 4 C 0.« 
MILLS. 



."ITUATKD 0.<<i fHALxN'h CBBBB, WilKBK TH 
hliLLWATKH BOAI> CKOS.SW. 

this Mill iHjiisi eompl>^ted, aiid lu K"*d niauiog ar- 
der < 'ur m«ctiiafry e.iii>ra--e« all the Utasi ImproTs 
menls K»i up b the Ka&:, wiioout re^ar)* o <ixtia«ia«. 
i tm* (Wo ruu o burr^ which wiU Dr .sp' ruaaiag 
nlxDt 'tiid da) . -M.I iba: (ariners Cow lug f'om a dia a aae 
CtLi -e accjinuoda «d wulioui mush delay 

ihe want ot a l)i,<t-cia-.H laili oi this klud h 
been fell by ibe citiz* ns of St. Paul a«d Tiaia ty 

We Kave secu.'-ed ibc services of Jam**!! Craigte, vWu 
bas made niiianfi the basim-ss ot hta lite, aad ka wbem 
we rau v'lace entire coukdeane. Ail kiud 'rfgramaiU 
b«- weighed wbeu brought to the mili. aaa ais wteea 
takeu awny, if tieslred We feel eoaHdeoi la Haying m 
tbe pcblu- iL.nt wn eau oitfca aa goud Hour, and »c great 
a Tir^ld tour biiittiel AS aay BiiU ia MUeaesoM, aad re 
spfctiuiiy solicit a faar trml. All wheat and o her 
Kralua ukec t» the mill, awd ttosr deiirt red to aay pmn 
of the Oily trre ui charge. Ali wark Wtli ha 

ocl7-d.wAiw 



u. 



MORIN, 



Uooii 



WHOLKMALK (JBOOKB, FOKWABDINU AJIU 
CO .VlhHlvN MKBCUAKT, 

And Dealer in Ploiiraad Park, Pareica aa4 

lAnU' rs aad Oifars, 

eeruer Thlid and Ja«ksouslr0eia,Mbin'sSloDe 
81. Paul. 
N.B. —Ali kinds ol Praduee bengbUea gooAa an 
mailHiAwly 



I 



N T K L t. i (^ K N t fe. O F F I C.K 



it. ^ 

»H1B1> gTrt** •■ • 
(ippD'i, 

asti 



ILMOBEIMDOKFW, 



t PAUL 

« ■ :e A Parepaugh'a Itura, 

• m .1- help oi all ktuds may b« wb- 



#h«^r 

.Aiaod ttrdera rrom,'iiy alt<nid.-d. Uaod scrvan 
od reap"elablr> •■'•ati.aB By oalUag attUa 
aul4-41v 



will 



J 



OY TO THK WORLD. 
CAHOEB CURED. 



Por Hasting , Bed Wing, Beade, Wabasbaw, (ooaa 
and Ijt, T.ime, (oonneoting with the La Cruose and 
v.tiwsuaee Railroad; dally, at 6 o'clock a, h. 

(for 8t. Anthony and Jtlnneapol's— Twice dally, al 8 
o'e ocK A. M., and i P. M. 

Por Mauomiu, Anoka, MontloeUo, and lit. Cloud— 
Monda> a, Wednesdays acd Pridajs at i o'clock A. M. 

Pot :iauk Rapias,Bellb Prairie. Port Klpley and Crow 
» uig— iloooays, aad Pridays at * o'clock A M- 

Por Stillwater— Dally ai 8 o'clock A.M. 

Por Mann- lsylor'8 Palls and Palls ol M. CroU— 
Mondays and Thursdays at » o'cluok A.M. 

Por Super or— Wvery Moadsi , at t o'clock A M. 
Por sunrise, wuh cnu'CMous lo liHyDeld— Kvery 
Monday and louraday ai 4 o'clock .\.M. 

Per Richmond, hauk Center Aleiaodria, Pomme ce 
T.rre, Breukioridge. and Por. A brombie— Mondays 
and Pridays at 1 o'ciock A. M. 

Ifxr Georgetowr, Pembina. Kon <iarry, and the 
Reo Xu-er ftelllement-K.ery Priday al4.j'cloc1 A..1! 

Pur I uriher particulars «ju,|in.r &; ibtj 'jt^ceral Odlce 
an Third street, iwar the 'AmeriCH.-i.' or at .he Oiflce of 
•he M'trtb WesiorL. £xpreisf I'oaipatiy. 

Ht. Paul, Not. 32. 1S6. nova 

CREIOHTS FROM LA CROSSE. 

The uadersigaed are prepared to 

COMTKACT FRIJEOHT.S 

Wj aad from La Croase ui 

Special and Lo>v Rate«t. 

Alsobetwaaa M. Pa;l and New Vjrk, b;. 
** MBBOUATBg' DBSTATCH" OB BXPBJCaS, 

■OT»dlmo J. i:. HLRKANB A Co. 

JJOTICE TO PASSKNOKKS. 

HTAGhES 

ruB 

8T. ANTHONY * MINNEAPOLIS 



SINGER'S LET 1 BR A MACHINE, 

la the best Machine in the world for Pamlly Sewing and 

l.igbt Maoufacluruig Purposes. 

Prioe. tWith iiemmer, and beautifully ornamen'ed,)$SU 

We would ask lor our LKllKK a .MaCHINKS, ibt- 

npeelal attention of \ ebt Makers and Dress .takers, and 

ihoae who wnni M»(.-tii rh l^r iiglit mauufacturmg pur- 

rioaaa Xoey emoody ihe principles oi the Mauulac.ur- 
ug Machines, [n>kiLig. Ilkelbem, tbt- inlerliickrd s'.i.cb, 
and are deeilu*-d to be aa celebrated for Pami!y tiewlpg 
and ligbl mauutaciuriut; purpoS'-B a., our ^auufat' uriDK 
MachiURB are tor m&nui.^cturiug puri^>oses in gencriU 

PAMILY ^^;\VI.^^j MAt;ill>K.s are valuable In pro 
portion to the number of things they can do well. See 
what ours cau do before making a purehane. 

There is no doubt a« to the value ol our Machmesfor 
manulacturing purposes but It is oul) o: late iha; lau 
public began to l<-<i.rn toat tbe essential elements ai a 
machine test adapted lo toe heaviest work, wou>(f luse 
be he elements to be embodied in a Paoijiy .Machine. 
Ills now well underaujod tbatour Letter A Maccine is 
Ibe only Pamily Machine yet offered to ihe y iblic which 
haa simpUciiy, rapidity, durabllitv, and certainty of cor- 
rect neiion. 

Wbile as a general thing, the sewing-machine people 
are candid enough to tcknowl.uge itia. our tnacb^aea 
are unequaled for manuif^clunug piirpoees, ihey are 
almost sure to assert, in the same oreaib, ibu Singer's 
Letter A. or KauJiy MachlDe-i are not aa good as ibetrs. 
This ik a mere trick of tbe trade, and we couiiJeu.ly in- 
vite those tnleresteil lu the subject im examine for them- 
selves, and see what our Lei'.er A Pamih Machiut-s, 
with all tbe receiit Improvemen'-a, are capiible ol doing. 
While they Will 8H« tiie uiOKi deli>:at«-. inaleriil tw per- 
leciiou, as ali eady stated, tliey are also adapt d to iigiil 
manntacturiug purpoa s, and this, l>e It remembered, 
cau not be said or any ol the oifaer Pamily Maciunes yet 
otferiu to the public. 

Ibe No '. 1 and 2 .M.tchines are of great capacity and 
application lor manti^cturlug purposes 

Our No S MacUiiieg are especially adapted to all kinds 
and iieavy Lealber Work, lu Carnage Trimming, 
Boot and : boe M king, UhruCsS Mukiii.., Ac i'bt^y are 
of extra ize, with an arm long euougb lo takt- under 11 
and stitch ih* lart:esi ..ized dasbes. 

'i here is soareeiy nuy part ol a Trimmers' siitebliig 
that c«nnot be Lt-.uer uouu » lib ibem than hy hand ; so, 
too, the bHViug ol iim' .i.ud labor i. \>;r- ^reat 

Ibe table oi ibese D'acbioes is 'Z4 inches lonK, and the 
sbutile will liOid six timcb as mucL thread au ibe ehuUie 
of those u ad for tailoring purposes. 
Tbe large machines work as ( st )i8 small ones. 
We bave alwavs ou band ilemuiiUK <isuges, SUk 
TwUi, Liucu aud vjoiion thread ou -pijols, Dest Ma- 
chine Oil, in ItoiUex, Ac, Ac. 

We mauuiaciure our own Needles, aud would warn 
all persons iiKiug our tnuchices iiot to buy tiiy others. 
We know that ib^rc *rc ueedles sold of ibe most Inle- 
nor qaali^y, al liigber prices Uiau we chiigc lor tbe 
beat.. 

The needies sold by us are manufactured especially 
tor our niacbines. A bad ue> die may render tbe work- 
ing ol the best macbiae almost useless. 

Our cusioineru may r< 8t a&sureU th i,i all our biauch 
oOices are r'uruisbed with ihe " gt uuiue artiul*." 

lu case of small purchaser, the money may be sen: in 
postage stamps, or bauk uoles. 

gi^ Our ( orreepoudtsuts will please to write 
their names diniii^eiiy. It is all imp> rlanl that we 
should, lu each cans, kuw the f^ost OUice, C.uutyand 
btal'i. , 

gti^All perdouii reiulrin;; informailon about tiewing 
.Mucuiues, their sizes, prices, working capacities, and 
Ibe best uielbfids of purchbaiug, can obUiu it by send 
lug to Ui, or any of our brancu Olilces lor a copy of 

♦• J.M. SINGER & CO 'a 
G^ A Z K T T L," 

Which U a bea .tll'ul Pictorial Paper, entirely devoted 
to the subjeoi. 

0^ IT WILL, UB 8i<;>T UBATIS. ,^t 



moniM after <la(« V> tij« order < ( <>ate«, War. er, Clml- 
mers A to. for the sum <>t fcur bundred and torty-tour 
dol'aru, with interebt a ten p«r cent, per aunum, and 
upi'n whichit>ere is d ue at t he date beranf & balauce of 
$412.67, with inierevt from .1 une .--U.h, laou. And where- 
aJlbeSHi:! c:illai.era'S were aainorizrsd ta be sold kt 
public or private sale,ttp'>ii notice ol seven dsys, if the 
sHid note -'huuld not be paid on cr belore the tirst uav I 
of M y . lij-tjO. 

Therefore, notice is hereby given that Ibe s&id Bonds 
and Coupon", or so m>icU iliU'-ejl as may be li-ceaMkiy 
ii pay ssid baiunce, will be oCTeredand exiJObcd lor sje 
at publlo aiK't ou, to tbe hijthes: bidder, tr cash, by the 
.sher.a of Kaui-ey ooun'y. on Saturday, the iwrn y-llrsi 
day ol llecealjer, ItiUl, at leu o'clock in tbe toreuouu, 
at the tr' ut door of ibe Uoart II luse, in the city of Si, 
Paul, In the oounty of Kam<ry, Minnesota. 

Van Ik/lftN A OPPICKR, 
Alt 'rneys lor dates, W rner, halmers A Co. 

December 7. lb<Jl. 

QTATK OF MlN?i ESOTA, RAMSEY 

COL'NTY— UISTttlCT COBBT. SECOND JUDI- 
ClAL DISTRICT. 

Harvey OUicer agaliut M «es Sonz^ 

Summons 

Tbe Stale of MIn neaota, x) Mases iJonza, the defend- 
ant abovc-uamea : 

Y"oa sre hereby summoned, and required to 
answer -b- complaint in this acilou, a copy 

01 which la herewith served upon yon, and to serve a 
copy nf your answer lo ihc said complaint on the sub- 
^crit»er8 ai ilieir oUice in >l. Paul, in the County of 
Ka>D8ey, iu «aid Stite of MiaDesnis. within twenty days 
slier itie service f this suiamous on you, exclusive of 
th ■ day of sucb service ; at 4 if you ful to aai,wer the 
said complaint within tbe time aforasaid, the p'aiatlif 
in this action will trke judgment against you (rr ihe'sum 
of three huudred and tweii:> -seven dol ars and iweniy 
three tents l$a.'7.ai, with interest from the twenty 
third day of heptemoer. A. U. eighteen hundred and 
sixiy-ons, besides the costs and disbprsement: of th:s 

hCllOH. 

VAN ..TTEN A OPFICKK. 

Plaiulill 's Attorneys. 
Dated St. Paul, November 23. ia61. deci-tiw 



and oa«it<i. 

Pursuant to the decretal order of tbe above court 

made m hi* cauie ti the Oc ober Term, A D 1861 Ute 

uudersig rd, MiSieri^ < h*! eery of said Court, wiUtoU 
at public sue ion to ibe highebi c»«o bidder, un Wcdnes 

I <• Clock in the forenoon, at th<! fro it e L'snc- to ibe 
place of toidmg said cor.n. l.i Brown's I'loik, Third 
? 55'.* '''. '"? <-■"* o' -^alLl I'aul, in said Uiktrict of Mm- 




M 



O R T G A ti E S ALE— DEF A U LT 



CAVTAIB lAXUBL PAIBTBB 

(X tbia city, harlug efleatad soma eight or tea perma- 
aant aures of Caueer wttbia ths past two yaara. baa 
baeai lu^taesd lo proalalm ui the world tbst bx will care 
tbe Worst ease of t'aneer ctfeetually ta ktaa tbaa twenty 
davs. Mo cur* no pay. 

To be aaaursd of the truth of above, the fohowiag 
alBAavii t< atiaahed, and tbe lubtect casa be aaea everv 
day, and la a few days other aAdavlts wMl be prooured: 

ST. Paul, Aac. 30, IMl- 
I am an eogiaeeri aad bave besa aOleted with a eaa 
ear la tbe thr >at for two years, and ha^e advlaed wii>) 

tbysioia-s IB 8:. l.«als and other silies, but without a 
i>pear relief. I made applieatloa to Cap ala Samael 
:'ainter, ot St. Paul, who Informed me he woaldeSeoi 
a permanent core, else he would make no charge, lie 
did f , wb'ch any oaa aliaeted can be eoavlneed cf by 
ealhag oa 
aep HAMUBL HCNTBB. 



LBATK 8T. PAUL AT 8 O'CLOCK 
AND t 



LRAVB ST. ANMIONT 
AMD 



AT 



7JU 
2311 



A. H. 
P.M. 

A. H. 
V M. 



FARE. riFTir CENTS EACH V^AY. 

noviD J. C. BUBBANK A CO, 



mjilgage dated the 'JT.ih day of Juiy, A. D., Iti'J, execu- 
ted, acknowledge c aud delivered by Uarwood Iglebarl, 
ol the (Jouuty of Ramsey sDd Slate of Minnesota, to 
Mary Whiuery, ef the aam«> place, and wbi h mor-gage 
was duly recorded, iu the <.mce of the Bei<ister ; i Deeds 
lor said Kamsev Count), en the said 27 th dsv jf J uU- 
155U, at 4.^ o'ciock I'. M., In Book f, of Mortgages 
ou pages 261 and 262, :y which the said Uar-l 
wood Iglehart did gri.nl, bargain, reli, ^iien, 
coi.vey aiid cou!irm unto he said .»»ry Whiuery, her 
heirs and asbigur, lorever, all those lots, tracts and nar- 
celB of land situate lying aud bemg in lue said c.,)unt> 
of Uamsey and State of M nueaota, an J designated and 
described a« toUows, lo wi : 

Lou Mo lour. (4) uve (6) and six, ;6) In block No.tweu- 
tv-two, (ri; lu Mackubin i ilarahail's Adduiou to the 
Ciiy of .--t. PhuI, according to Ihe recorded pioi thereof, 
to secure to tbe saidilary VV'tiu-jry, her heirs, exec i. tors, 
adminliitrators or aasigus, the payment of the sum ot 
tnree huuOred and ul.y t350; do.lais, uccerding to the 
condiliou of a certain promissory note, bearing even 
date Willi said mortgage, m bicu soid uo:e was made b- 
the said Uarwood igleban, lor said .-lum, pavsble oae 
year alter da.e, to tbe orJeroi said Mary Whiiery, with 
iLi rest ihercouat the rate of lb per cent per year 
payable semi-anuuaily. 

And whereas there is now claimed to be due, at the 
date of this notice on said liote and moi igage, toe b'.m 
ollour hundred and tUty ui le dollars and hfiy-fonrcenu 
(.$451 54; aul nopr.ceeaii),;s at iaw orotherwus have 
been had or ingtltuied or ihe lecover^ of satd sum or 
any part thereof : 

•Now, iher. fore, notice bi hereby gives, ikut by virtue 
• f a power of saleconuined m said mortgage, and in 
pursuance ol tbe statute in such case provided, the said 
mortgage will be forciosid by a sale ol the premises 
h«rtiijOtlore descnbtd, a. public auction, i or cash to 
the highest bidder, at the .lont door of the Court lio se 
in the I.. ly ol t. Paul, in aaid County of liamsey, oii 
W educsday tte l£th day of January, A. D. lafii, at ten 
.j'clock lu ihc lor uoju oi laai day, yy the Sberlu a: said 
Couiiiy, to salisly the amoint waith thall then be due 
ou said 1 ole ana uiongagf , iog«iiber with the costs ol 
such s le, so far as tb<! proceeds ot said sale will 
saiisly the same. 

Dated at oi. Paul, SOlh N jveirber, U61. 

MaKY WHINKBY, 

11. Ualu, Att'yfor Bor.iigae. decidw 



t^u'^a^Dir/.?!^'^"*!:^''' "8'-»«'- w.O. hered.l .ments 
tppiimiug ■"*• '"^''"''^^ bolougi.ig,or in any wiaa 

haini Paul, i>ecembar 8, Ibsi. 

JAMib.-,' W. TAYLOR. 

SY^ao.^ A Ln-D. Piaintids' So^IcTu'^"' « l>*"cery. 



4 a. c. 



BLRBANK ^ 



V'i' 



INEGAR MANUFACTORY— BY 

WrUS. Waabagt).' airaai Upper i.evee, si. 
Paul. Ib«a<fa> tor paet tavors, I rsspeoifully nfurm 
tbe pithtle, that I bare enlarged my Tioegar WorkH lo 
m) ns« stoD- bul diug.io such sn axmattbai I am able 
tasopply the psople o( .Mina -sota wiibtbe sal brswid 
pu.'-c, peesBium Vinejfar, nisgle and double s°r«Dgtit, 
for St. ..ouis prlees. ibis Tinrgar la sieelleutfof' pre 
sarving plcklaa. Tbis Vinegar lias been tasted anaaa- 
aJyied, and is racommeadaa by Dr. " ~ ~- • 



U. B. 



Hual <'nemist i4 tbii eily. 



Bcid, prad- 
aov27-dly 



PIFTH REQIMMNT. 

lElHH rBLLUW-OUUNTBTH4N, TO ABMB I 

Now la the lime Co siaad by tba "Stars and Ktrlpaa" 
aad help to praaerve the Unioo I Rvery loyal ^tata ba. 
ent tonh an'Tish Baglm'-^t— shall liit.D«soia alone bs 
n easapilon f Por iM boaor oi our native liiad , and by 
hs allegiance due thia, oar adopted country, the tome 
M osuiions ol tbe Iriaa people, let us mu>ier mto tbe 
Pifia Ragimentl aad leave to our descendKats in Hhi- 
a sota, a memory of which tbey will be proud. 

(Jiir fallow eiiizeas of every sationtMiy. wUljladiy 
jola, knowing well, that on the battiebeid, tba "rrfXh," 
la eoaragi*, will prove seenad to none. 

Let us frateraixe with all who elfer, aad andaavorto 
eofnplate tao Kesimeat to lie maiimum. 

Wu eaa sis > have a </'Athollc ebaptala , aad with au 
avorable .-in opportunity, la thers an Irishman wbo eaa 
that Kltl noi volunteer f 

t"!|D.blBg Will be distributed and par eommeoeed an 
^> Ing i-woTB in. $IS to f'AI ps' mooiB, with tbe u»mat 
aUeuaacs ot M le 4U eea.s per day, wbeu employed ;n 
esint work I Am now rairing an IRISH COMPANY, 
and iBvite 'hose wishing to snlUt, and wb< lake a prlla 
in such SB urgaaisauoa, i« Mgn tba roll witb 

Mli. BILL, 
at Borup A t;bamp iu's Lores, m. Paul. 
Or write to my addraaa. PK1BB O'OoNNt/B. 

K»'1I3 d4wAw4w St. Aaiboay. 

Uva'l delay, boys, iba Comp ay wUl ao«n be fall. 



piONKER FOUNDRY 

AMD 

A^ricultiAi^al ^VorkB- 

SAIHT PAl'L. Mlane ot*. 
rbe SBbaenbera havmg aaattd tbe 

PIOM^KKR yOXJNDU'k 

AMD 



(la OO. 

A«en.t« for Ku<is<>n.*« Uajr 

WHOLESALE GROCKRS, 

Storaure. Kor>varciiiA(tf 

ABD 

<jom.MlI8hion ha.m^ijk±j^ht'rii^ 

Wboleaale dealarBia groeanes. guitr, purk.grMt' a:ii< 
ruvisioBH, ilLOe, ueineui, |iia>-'lr' rl.it: ban, uaiis. lall, 
priai aad wriDpiiig paper, priaters stM;ii,aery. jtc. 

Preichls contraciBd b ih eii' »nr<^ and «e»ivk*rd 

t^Bsh Hdvaaeaa mmA" >e i-oniutnmi^r'x, h; all Uoi. 
IB aay »muunt. 

Preigbts eoairaetad aad Mbipmeaifi aiade t,. *■ . 
'iarry, and the Red River conutry. 

Persitns eoaHtiraiag goods to our csre, uac deptu. >• 
aa tbrtriateraau belag protaeted In regard 'oor«r Ttia 
gas. ioodsiurw-'*'"''' ibe -oweBl gi^ag mini irr. 
',peeUr« of say par' «itirliae -v b>jat. Itoorar. .. - 
'^laamtMb*!! >>' .<•« assay raapeatab:" koiwa. 

ClCee '...' .SB i,«T<M. foot or HIbley sires >. 

J. C. AH. C. Hl'BltA.Sb A<u 
J.C. BUBBA.nK ieneral Agent lor thf i..l<iiu 
'JxtalaiiA. Dubuque A Mian es is P-.ckel Conpa^v 



We hare made the above 

BEDUCTION IN PBiCB8 

with the two ff'ld view of beneil'ing the public and our- 
selves. Ibe public bave been swuidied by spurious 
maobines made in imiiatl:)n ol ours. The meial in them 
from '.lie iruu casting to ihe hmaliest piece, is o pour 
ijualuy. iheir makers have uol the meant lo do their 
worii. well. Ihey sre bid away in secret places, where 
it Would be impuasible to havu at their command the 
proper mer ai.ical apiiliaoces. 

It isomy by dung a gieai busiioess, and baring exler- 
sive mat.uf><.c'.uring esublisbmeuts, thn good machines 
oau be madtt ut moderate p ices. 

The r-ehl d< sigucd muchluee, ISAULY MADK, are al 
vays liiibts to get out of order, ai>d are sure to cost 
cou ideraole tn^uble and money to keep them iu re- 
pair. 

Ibe qualities to be looked lor in a Machine, are' 
eertauity ef correct atv.ion at all rates ol speed, sim- 
pltcliy oicxuKirMCiioii, great durability, and rapidity ol 
operaii'ii, »uh tiie lemii itlior- 

Macbiiies locoml'ine ibeee e^-seDtialqiiahties, must be 
made <ii the best meui Hud tini-hed to perlectton. We 
base Ihe ways and Uie us, on a crAiiu i-caie, lu do lbi4. 

The purcbHSi rK o' Macliiues. wb jse datly bread it miy 
-onceru, wi>l tind thai those bauiig tbe aoovr (qualities 
not only Work well at r.ipid an v\eil a* mow rHiea ci 
speed, bill .ait long lu tbe uoesi pos ible working order. 
Our mschinefi, as made by us, v Hi e .rn more mone^, 
wi.b I' SH labor, thau a::y others, w.^eiher iu imitaiiOu 
of oiir.H or not. lu taai tl.ey srr cheapsr Uisu imy ether 

\ia>"tiuies. 



LOCAL AGENTS WANTED. 



CHANCERY SALE. _ DISTRICT 

ilsTKIcrOP MrNNKSOTt— s.* -■^*"'OR THb. 

deu'i''B.''pie^Ter° " '^''"^ **• ^"^"^ •**» T''*^ 

P'KtiLOSCRE IN CUANCEBY. 

Decree, oetober Term A. 1). 1S6I— »6,866 si. Interest 

ind cost. 

-.i-S^'*^',?.' ^ *''• <^««'^"'' order 01 the above court 
made m thin cause at the < ictober Term. A. I)., 1861, the 
undersigtjed, Master In Cha:icery.fs id Court wi.l sell 
atpul.Uc aucuoD, lo ibeh gh-t cash bidder oa Weonss 
day. Ihe iwe. ty second dsy of January, 1862, at eleven 
o does lathe forenoon, at ihe front en.iaace lo the 
place of holding said court, m Brown's iSiock Ibird 
atreei.ln the City oi Saint Paul in said Dl-iri.:t ol Min- 
neaou, tbe lollo* mg described pretalaes. situate in tbe 
couniy of R- m8«\ , Slate oi Mianetoia, to wii : 

Block num>)er three. Ci) ".suburban llUis," accordink 
to the r«corded pUt thereof in he oBc; of the Keiiister 
of Deeds 111 aud ioribe said Couniy of Bamsey wlJi 
aeappurten«nces. — .»«j, wi,« 

Saint f aul, December 3, 1851. 

James w. taylob. 

. . » Maater in L^ancar* 

SaaBORM A LOUD, Plaintiffs' boUcuora. •""'"'• 
dec«-d6w 

CHANCERY SALE. — DISTRICT 
l.OCitT oP THE INllKU STATBa PUB TUB 
DiSTRICf.OP MlNN»!..^OTA— .^^i. 

John .s. llnea vs. Auliam W. Eiiison. 

>OKkCLOStRE IN CaA.«<CKBV. 

Decree, October Term, A D. 1661— »S7fi S5 Interest and 

coau. 

Pursuinl to he dfcreial order of the above court 
made in this cause at tbe October Term, A. D. labi the 
undersigned Master in Chancery, of taidcourl aui'aeil 
at publi .uctiou, to the highest cash bidder, on Wednes- 
day the twcaty-.-,econd d»y of January, 1.-*^ ai e.eren 
o clock in the loi enoon. ti the front cuiraace U> the 
pace ot heldiug taid co^rt, in brjwn's Block T.ird 
street, In the City of Ssiut Paul, II said Disinci of Min- 
uewjia. the Iello*iug described premises suuaie m tne 
Couniy OI Rauisey, .^late of Mlnnesou, lo wii ■ 

Lot number eight, t8j In bl.jck number ihirty three (3S) 
in Klltaou's Addition to the City tl Saint Paul, aa reeoru- 
ediu theolLce o the Kegisur ol Deeds lor Kamsry 
couniy aforesaid, loge'her with all the tenemenu. bere- 
ditameuuori»ppurieuances ihereunv) beleosina orm 
any wise apperuimug », — — 

tatct Paul, Deccmoo; 3, 1861. 

jAkEa W. TATLOK. 
. .„ ->iaa.ar m Ctianeerv. 

ALUS A PkCkHAM, i'laiaUlTs SuUciiors. 
dec4-ddw 



1. M. Sinj^er 

id8 BKUADWAY, 



<fc Co., 

NUVV YORK. 



MILWALBEK OPPICB. 17 NEWUALL UOUBK. 
CHIC.VliO OFPK E, 50 CLARK SI. 
MR. UKNBV MUKl?lv, A'JEVT IN S r. I'ALL. 
oetl7 



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A* 



B t 

laail) 



OUUBD PUlUEti, 



b'tui. and lor sale M tiir luwahi firiea 
KMNfERs' IVK.v. 
urdAi's aiiaa :/', Bi.reaaat oetiar ratt.a ibxa aa 
/Otataad alaawhare 

ASH. ABU rilb liiaUtMi PBICB PAID F 
RA<^t^ AT OCR WABBHOUSB. 

J. C. A H. C ^'-KltkN ■ t .V 



MAOUMB W0BB8, IB THU OITT, 

a«4 aol it la good working order, are prepared la 
PUBBUM CA8TINUA AMU MACHIBK WORK AT 

ASTONI8HINQLY J^OtV RATES. 

Beiag praetieal Macblniata, aad doing a goed^propofw 
Uoa of ih4 work oaraalrae, we defy eompetltloa wlil> 
<nir priaes. 

Hariag tbe largeat *ad baataaaorimeni of patterns a/ 
aay easablishBent west of Chieago. we aan furaUh 
aJasostany required bill of work wltaou: extra ebarct 
larpatlerBS. 

tr« effer tbe fullowtag Uat of prteaa far IMI. 

■ IU eaatiags $S par awi 

Bi'ildlng eoiomna „ 3 per ewt 

■anb Wsighta Spar ewt 

l>laighSi>> es S per ewt 

lirate liars tperewt 

rarm^-rx' Bettlaa 4 as per ft 

Wivgoo Koiaa 4 eta per B 

Bai>bit Metal 26 ete per B 

BreMi C-aatuga lb to 3U ete per B 

Laibe work or flnlablag, $3par day. aad all otber work 
at enrresp-iadisg prices 

Ws are also manijfiictnrlag aud aeaimg la ali kinds <4 
Agrianlt-ra Impiemeais, siicb as 1, 8,2, 4, 6, 8 aud 10 
hcree povrars and ihresbiag maehioee, reapers, fan- 
mille, eora Bbellers straw eatters. picws, giuin driiu, 
aKrisiiltars! larnaces, ete., all of which we caa sell at 

tiO to ^O p«r oent, I^o-frer 

Ihaa any oae else eaa atlord them. Having pattaras fbr 
■l>si kmds of ihreabiag asaetalnas ia ase in tbe eountry, 
W" eaa do repairing at very low rates. 

.VauufMSiory eornsr of Pifin and Pike ate. ; War* 
b»<tiie, L.ower Levee, earner ef Robert St., S«id i Pas 

f«aU tjasl.'Si-dtvw lilLKAN * .SNA'tBiC 

111 INNBSOl A PIONEER BINDERY 
Pioneer Huiiding. 

CORNER THIRD AND CEDAR 8TS. 



.All Kind* Blank Book Blii<lin« 

threat Ibe heaviest Blaob Ledger down to Cbaeks. 

Oor taeiilUee for tbia work ar« eotBpUie, hariag ae- 
evred iba vary b«at loola kaowo to tba trade, amoasst 
wbtoh are a 

ramr bvpmmiob PASuro macmutm, 

AUD aaa or 
HICOCK'8 PATENT RULING MACHINiS, 

OUTTINU KAOHIMBB. Aa. 

VAaAtlNBli, QCABTBBLIE8 AND PAMPBLBTB 
BOUND TO OBDBB. 

We Irrtte Ibe ladles to bring their Muata, "Laly'a 
Booka," As., and bare tbem neatly dreaB«d In Boroaoo 
out Bd . aa, or olberwlae. 



WB flCABAMTBB 



to aiTB 
TION. 



BMTIBB SATIBBAO- 



Book* R^Botxndi— Prioas ll^ow 

VIOBBBB PBIBTIHO UOHPABV. j 



UOB FORT BN ELLIN O. 

TOB 

MINNESOTA STAGS COMPANY 

WILL BUB (KIACRBS 

TO FORT 8 N E L L I N Q, 

TWICB DaILT, leaviag tbe iBteranticoal at 9 a'eloefc, 
A.M.,aad te'eloek, P.H Beturnlag, ears P.jrt Baal- 
liBg at 12 o'eloak, noaa, and 4 u'oloek, P.M. Pare— ^In- 
gle ttakeia. Sua., eaeb way. Bousd trip lo Port ami 
baek,7ae. 
oeU8-d .1. C BITBBAKB. 

STAPLE UROCI$Ril<:S.—WK MAVH 
IB Si>4-« ^<id : ar/lra. tbe LAMUEST STOCK a 
Staple (iruaeriei aver brought U this ssarhet aid 
dealare from ihe ; 'BBtry are requaetad toeallaadaa 
• mine oar gi.ick rn.''.riafl Llsl betsre going balow. 
J, <-. A H. CBCRHiNE A (^O , 

'"irner l.o . «>-»n.! ■^iblay *'. ea 







1 L! 

AUIBMCT OP TUB 



XJx)haxa 



LOWBB 



o I l: 

«jUBkM CITT OIL OOBPANV, 
AT 

&, Holmes, 

LBTBB, 8T. PAUL. 

100 BBLS. PETROLIUM OIL 

POB 8ALB BT THB BABKBI. IND QALLOB. 

PBICB PBB GALLON, 46 <«NT8. 

This f rtl bas taken lh<> premium over all ethers al tba 
Nsa Tork atid Vticniicaa SiHla Cairi'.tn is warranted 
Boa-axploalra, aad togira entire aatsiactiuai. 

novar ly 

EEHY k BROTHER, 

BBCTiriBBfi. ANR DKAl'.BS IN 

VoT^ifpa. isc I>otnesti9 X.iiQ.aors, 

OROCKIilES. " " "" 



S" 




Third •■tr( 
Dawson's Block 



between 



ben treeta 
dscg dly 



IJEWSON AND BARNES 
BANKERS 

Atthe oOcefarmerly oeeapled bv Una A White, Tbird 
street, Bl. Paol, wlUbay t-ad sail Kchanga, I.HUd War 
rants, Suie, County aad City Scrip Mouay loaned on 
good collaterals 

Befer by permisalia to MatrnpJitaa i>aaA, Mev 
York ; Cayuga Couniy Bank, Au.uii, N. Y. ; Evaaa A 
t5o., Baukers, Clnclusal, obi" ; P P. Carver A t^o. 
Bankers. Cbleago, lli.tBofc Wlte b B* ward, Waeb 
Ingum, D. C. , Thompsua Bra's, laokers, W. Paul 
Baafcof 8i.PanI.8t. Paul. tabU-AAwU 

ANDY— 260 BOXES ASSORTED 

Book and fanor. r. ; au(ii;iu.Aa. 



u 



THE UKt:AT 8ALK OV 

R \ Oi O O 

■i CUOTIMUBD AT TBI 



L) S 



NEW STORE 



Co. 



OF 

L>- W. InjL^ertsoll & 

IN lN(il£K.SOiJL'8 BLOCK, 
And at prices iu many iustancps less than tba actual 
ao^l 01 iiupi>rtfciioii uml maD'it^-.C'>tre. 

Mufth rf Ibe immense stock now oferrd (or aale har 
been »el«.-i*d from lie larue .Xuctijn .Saleg of l)r> 
Uo</ds in tbe city of New York, at panic priceii, 
1UKIB LAKUK .•^TOCE oP 

FANCY DRESS GOODS 

OP EVERV VARIETY OP (,['JAI.ITV. 
WIl-I. as SOLD .AT rKICBS VO sail TMB TiaaK. 

Hottiad Mor-lla Cloths, Irom 10 to tte. par yard. 
PialJ Poll de t hevereis, Kmuroidered Toil i'.e';ua\Toa 
Bv.ry variety r;t t^hhlleys Embroidered and 
Uray Urisaillas. Blue, Uraasi and i*ii k 

i'<arr«ga Lexuliua, Eiigiish, Prencb 
and Amartean .^ouiJ!!e!ine de Iji'up^ -, 
Prlatad Law:>e lu great variety. Astlead'd atock 

N U H A M S. 

Jrlich. IP-dLixKij Silks, 

Men and lloyn' Summ'-r VVei r ; lSio«delo:ua ; Black 
aad Pauey t^aenimereH, Saitinets, aad Summer t'Inths. 



Kit 1 
Blaok aud 



DISTRICT COCRT-" STATE OF 
.Ml.NNEbOTA"— SEC'OND DISTRICT, COUNTY 
OF Ra.V1.sKV. 

\Viu;aui K. Nob'.e and CI arles B. Oaiagher against 
Hob^-ri Wbimcreaud W. i'.. ti;uiton. 

Sunnmoii.s— Kor ivelief. 

" The Slate ol Minnesota" t the above named defen- 
dants, aud eice .d ihedt. 

Vou and each ol you are hereby summoned and re- 
iliured to ausvvei the comilainiiu tbis action, which Las 
Lceu lileU iu the oihce of tlie Clerk ol said Court, at &u 
P*ul, Miunesou, aud to sirve a copy of your aoswer 
to the haid complaini ou the subscriber, at hia olhce 
in Hey ward's Bloirk, iu Si. Paul, Mionesoia, within 
iweuiy days alter ihe service bereol, exclusive ol the 
day oisuch service; anl if you fall to answer the 
8a.ldcomplaiut.wuhinthe time a.!oreiiaid, the piHuiuil* 
IU ihi.-i »caou Will apply to tbe court lor ihe re.icl 
deUiaudcd lu .he CoaipiniLl. 

iialed August ij, 1 ol. 

„ , MOKRIS LAMPitKT, 

nov9-ewSal Plaintiil 's Attorney. 

MORTGAGE SA LE.-DEF AULT hav- 
ing been made i-. tb» conditions o! a certaiu mort 
gate eiecuted and delivered by John Johnisoi. aud 
Chriatiau JohUbOU, his w fe, oi itanue. county Slaie 
ul Miui.ehoia, P) Charles L.. uakes, of .■%ainl Paul, I'u said 
county aud Sutie, da.edthe tweuty lirs; day of Novum 
ber.iwiguieen hundred »nl fit' y nine, iu aud by which 
mortgage ihe fsid gr<iuu.r5 mor;gaged ttni s«ld uuto the 
8.tid (.:aarlas U. Ukkei, hu heirs and assigns, all ibai 
iiaci, piece ur parcel ot Und, lying and being lu tbe 
Bjidcoau'.y ol Ramsey, and Siate if MiniiestH, descri- 
bed as loiiows. to wit; Lot niioibered two (2i n Bloik 
uumbrred oue (\) ui Schurmeier's Additian lo the City 
ol ^alul I'ftui, ai per recorded pui ih-re d 

Wi.icQ said mortgage wiis given losecuiethe payment 
ot tbe bum ol five uuni ei dollars, aud iutere t ac- 
coiuiug to the c ndiii.nsf f a ceraiu proiuiSbOfy iioie 
ol even daie with said mortgage, m«de by toe ssid Jubn 
Joiiuson, ai<d paynbie iwo ye«.r« oiler dme, uo glare to 
tueorcer ..I hiiiistll, al th- liankiug house ot Bjrup A 
Oakes, in S lui Caul a uri'eaid, tor the sum cf Five huu- 
dre 1 d.illar-, (*&Xl,J with mieie-t ibe.-ton al the rale ol 
iweiity per c. ui per au:. um trom date unlu i sid tte 
said interest payable qmner.y; wnK-b taid n-^v, was 
endorsed oy sa a Jouusjp, aud delivered lo said Charles 
II. 0*Kes. and aibo to bet arc ail uxes wbich mav have 
accrued .>i, sa d InudpreM uisio.or WLichmay bc'i.-s^'s 
sed luereoa, durlug the siiiU term ol iw., j rars. »i. i biso 
tofecaieiae Slim ol Ih.riy d)n.ra as an A;loiueya 
lee, rhould prvx;e*dings ae takeu by tte said party ul 
the second p»r:, to t reclwte said insrumetit. 

Wbii h saiii morigHte wm hied tor record lu the office 
of the KeglAler of Ueed., .1 ta.o Itiuus -y couuly <.u the 
;ad duy ol November, A. 1). ISiv, a; ..>i o'tlock, P. \l 
aud was duly lecordod lu Book "P.' oJ Mo^lgttge^ 
pages 6,4 aud 6!», oi the Records ol said counivTaud 
whereas liie 4ii,irtej-ly rsslallmruiB ol lu.ereal which 
le.l due iccofdii.t to the terms ol su d iiole, to wii; the 
sum ol twenty hve dollar* i>a the 21st Kebruary, Ibtu- 
tae sum ol iweuiy live uoilars ou the iist May, letij lb.-' 
sum ol twenty -nve doilar< ou the ilot Aukusi, Jtitjo' ibe 
sum ol tweuii-hve doila-sou tbe ;:Ut Novemter, l-6o 
the sum ol iweuiy-uve dtluirs ou tae 21s: day ol Peoru 
^r. , 16 -1, ^be sum .;i twc uy live duliari due op tnc ilst 
day Ol May, lobl aad the sum ol twenty Uve dollars due 
ou ihe ilm d»,y ol August, l,-i61, were not pind ou tiie 
. ates When the .oame be-erally became due and paya- 
ble, as al.>r«siid, uor any ps.ri thereof, and no suit or 
pre iceediLgs alia » have aee. lusutuied or had tore 
cover Ihe /tumuutb secured by said mungai,e or any part 
th' raof. Auu ihere is no* clsimed \o he due tip n said 
note aud morijtsge at me d*t - ol this notice, as interest. 
as alorehai'J, me sum 01 %l~itt Uu. 

.»ow, ibcr- i^ri-, Il tice ,» hereby given ihai 'jy virtue 
of apower ol sale coutaiied in said mortgage, aud ef 
the S'.-.tute ID siioQ case made aud r.roviaed tbe said 
uiorit,aged p-eoilBcs abcve desantjed. wiU be s- hi by 
lUs .Mierill . 1 ^ald coutity ol Kamsry, at pub ic auction, 
iM Ibe bijjue.bi bidder, .ua;«^h, al ihe Itout door ol the 
C urt House in Si. 1 au , in said County of Ram ey, on 
Saturday, the 2Sth day of Decetuher, A. 11. IsCl, ui ten 
u ci.x-K, A. M. to pay aud salisly the am.'uut due upon 
csi, Uu.e and mortgage, its aloret^aid, aad .be exueasas 
]l i<uch aa.e. 

.said piemi^as will be aold fibjeci to tbe payment of 
tbe pnucipai siim secured i« be pmd by sal" mivtgage 
uuo accru! ng ui.t i -bt 

oiiAKIiia II. OABES, Mtctgact.a. 
Iiaiad NoTember llib, lani, 

Va.s Bites A orvicsit, Attumeyi for M<irtga<Pb«. 

uovla— bwwedu 



ALSO A VCHT LSaUK STOCK OF 

UOc^lE&Y, GLUV>^ AND £MBU0IDE1U£S, 

FAHO.SOLS, SUN-UMBUKLLA.S. *c. 

Also a large stock o' 

DOMtiSTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS 

By the piece ir packaRc, for il e country trade. 

Coiintry Alercli«tiit« 

Can purchase tbeir (ioods o! us, and savo time and 
money . We also invite the atleniici; ot the La- 
dies to our Hew Styles of t;ioak^ and 
Mautilias. tiur entire stoi-h will 
b*- sold lor 
CA8U, Al PRiCKS TO liKKV « 0>;PKTITI0b 
Taa publla ava t.<^vlled to visit our New Stoie. 

D. W. INGEUSOLL k CO., 

«ay9-daw >^k >'!iiil. Miuoaaota. 



VLT O L C T T ' S 

LIVEUr AND BALK STABLE, 

THIBDSTBKET, OPPOSiXKMEKCHABTS'UOTKU 
SAINT PAUL, MINMK.SOTA. 
Tbe dadersigned haa erected a Urge an.l commodious 
stone Stable ou fhird street, aud aas a splendid stock of 

UORJ^KS, CAHRIAGKS, 

BUGGIEtB. SLEIGHS, 4c. 

Ha la prepared at ail times to furaiab a suparior ((Hal 
ity af Livery to parties aud others. 

Ladies' add lianilamea's .saddle lluraw furabhed ai 
tbe shortest notice. 

Morses boarded by the day or week on the most reas- 
■ablelarms. (auuSi H. 1). WOSCOTT. 



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We bave rem ved oor Si(«k o( Iroa, Nails, ."^teel, Ac, 
from the old btaad oa Wabat'aw ■tre«t lo tba NKW 
SfoNK Kiri.DliSii on Iba aonh si.e ol TillRO, be- 
twaea Wabasbaw and Cedar etreeis, whare *e respect, 
fally aolicii tbe patronage (jf those purabasing goods la 
our line. 

oaAl-43BS VI0OI.I A DBAB. 



'» I AFAYETTE,- MINNESOTA 

V\iM^ UOMU} 10 tUClTLfiUb. 
Tba proprietors of the toaa of 

L-AKAYPTTK, 

OB THB BKn RIVKB OT TMK NOBTH, 
Will make liberal doaalioD* of lots to ah persons wb^i 
will settle upon aud improve tbe same, fbia io*a |« 
situated 4*1 miW-s below hurt *bereroB;ble, and Ibu 
miise above I'embiDa, aad diiacUy ofrojira tub 
Mown or tBR CuBTKiiKc sivcK, IS tba seBlre 01 oae ol 
tbericheat vaiiays aad basi agneulturai ragioua ia ibr 
v<>rld. Is abiiadaotiy snpplied wi;b woo.1 and waiar 
aad tbe eouBtry sro'iud it bas be«ii reeanlly surveysd' 
and iti u'j» op«D to settlement. The town aiKrk:. tbe' 
b«>ad ..1 BavigaiioB oo the Bed Birar ol tba So'iii t»« 
IS aaally aoceiislble, tba line or stage, from M. Paul to 
Pembiua pasMag there aemi-weekly. Mo ^ortioa ol 
Ihai'greai west offer* nof-e iBducemeats i«> settlers. 

Por information address J uUN R. IBVl.Nfc;, iia« g, 
rMl. Binn««««. asw-Zd-iUwiv 



IN PROBATE COURT— RAMSEY 

X COLXfV, STAXii Og|MiNNK80TA. 

AtaSpecUl Termol tue~'roOaie Court, held In and 
for thu v..ouniy ol Ramsey, at St. Paul, on Ihuradav the 
7lh day of November, A. 1). isei. ••—j.-io 

In the mauer ot the estate of Jamea P. UeywarJ 
dicei.Mad. • 

Lpou reading and fl ling the petition of the admlws- 
traiors lu eaid matter, praying for an order of license 
to sell the ie-1 estate of the said deceased, and for the 
further time oi sii mouths in which to render their 
Uual accouot ou said matter- 
It IB ordered thai fhursday the 19th day of De- 
cember, A. D , labl, at 10 o'clock in the fore- 
noon, at the omce ol the Judge of Probate ui 
the city of St. Paul, be assigned t.r the heariucol 'said 
petliRiu, and that Uie heirs ai iaw of said deccaMid aud 
all oiber persons iceresied id the said esiaie are re- 
quired lo appear al a session ol the Probate Coiiri then 
aud there to be holden and show cause, il auy itere be 
why the prayer ot the aatd peUuoni^ shouia not ba 
granted. 

Aud it is further ordered, that the said petitioner riva 
notice to all persons iut«reat«d in said estate ol the pen 
deucy ol the said peUlion, aad the hearing tbereol bv 
causiiii; a copy ol this order to be publuihed in the Tio- 
ucer and fieuiocrat, a newspaper published aihi. i'aul, 
m said county of Ramsey, lor six succeaslve weeta 
previous to said day u: hearing. 

J. P. HOYT. 
nov&-d6w Judge of Probate. 

VOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. 

Al Deladit has oeen made la tbe uonditioos ol aeer- 
i.in ludeaiiire o; Mortgage, by ihe uou-payneni of 
moueys ihcreiu secured uj be pad, made aud executed 
by Joou J. WiiUa.i.s a, d Mary Aune uMina-jif, his wue 
mortRagorf , ot the City o. St- Pain and Co. my of Ram- 
sey, jtiunesota, lo Ltmau ItmiV^u mbnga«ep, ci ihe 
same piace, daied June 1st, A. U. lhi7, auu recorded on 
ihe ;.'..d day oi June, A. D. It57, at u^ o'clock r. «. . f 
thai d*y, ;u Ibe JLce of the Register oi Deeds, •! Ram- 
sey Couniy, iliuLesota, in aooa " A.'' oi Morigaaes. on 
pages 4t»7 Bud 4W*. 

ibe e is calmed V) be due and payable, at Ihe date of 
ihis notice December 6, laCl, ou said murigage the sum 
oJlive tuiidred audeigbly els- t d«Uars (.u - sixiy sevi-u 
rents, ti-M btf ) the premises aro d a.ribea in said 
moTigage as loilows, to wit : 

All that 'j-aci or paroelof land lying and being in the 
City ol Si. faul, Cuun'.y of RsUiSey, and ierrllory <uow 
.NUite) ol .Minuea.>ia, described as loilews, lo wii : Lot 
SIX, I6j in iilocfc eighty ilirce, ^WJ in Dayton aud Irvine's 
Asdi.aj lo B.. I aiU. 1 he said m jri^age audtbedejt 
ibereby secured were duly aaaigued bv the said Lhman 
Oaytou to uaniel W. Ingersoli, af said m. haal, ou the 
.■Sih d.y ol November, lebl, w ich taid insirumeni of 
assi»ttimeDt Was aad recorded on the bJi day ol No- 
vemter, 1801. ai 4 o'clock P a ol thai day. la 
tbe omce of t e Kegmter ol Dee:^, of »aid Ramaar 
Cruuty, in Boos " B " uf /ta-iguoieuia on tages JUb and 

No suit or proceeding bas I een nsiituted at iaw to re- 
cover the deoisecared by tie bsju mor gbge. except bj 
lb:; recovery ol lue judgeaieiii, iw a portion Jf the murt- 
«ai;e debt, lu lavor ol Dsua A Wh.ir aga.ns: the .ail 
Ji.hu J. Williams, tor the sum 01 $0*^4 4t». docketed in 
Ihe tUioc ol .nc Clerk o: ine Li.uici touri, 1.1 Ram- 
sey Co'iulv, on .be 7iii cay 01 » ebruary, A. U. lafri, upoD 
»hichjudgemei.l au extcultoo bas uceu duly issued and 
reiuri-ed wholly uu»aii«,Ued, and tbe said judgement la 
jow uell aud .-wned by ibe b-.id t/auiei v*. iugersolL 
audlswhol.y 'UUpald. 

Notice la iherelore hereby given, that by virtue of a 
p<jw«r ol saie coutaiued m, and recorded with sa d 
mort«(ake, and iii pur=u»nce >I ihe siaiue id such caae 
made aai provide 1, itie >a'd m'lrigsge will te lornoioa- 
ed, a-'l the ja:d mortgaged preojisos above deacnoed, 
wUib.auidit public lendue, to the highest bidder for 
cash, 1- 1 the Iron I door cf the Couri Lou-e, lu the aaid 
ytlv of Saint Paul, on the lath day ol January. ▲. D. 
ktiii, al lUo't^iOwS lu lue lorecooa of that day. 
Dated, at .Saiut Paul, Miuu., December i. Ib61. 
DANIKt. W. INUaR.Si..Li., 

Assignee ol Morigagee. 
SrsKCSR A CaavsK, Attorneys lor ASaiguee. 
dectl did 



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OKI GAGE SALE.— D E F A U LT 



AfcSlGNEE'S HALE.— NOTICE IS 
brie: y givcu lo ali whom it mav cimcern tbi bj 
virtue ol au aasigumetit lu writing, executed by Alexis 
H.illey, ol \Aa^...-,hiw CO iiuy, -Mluuesota. to ihe undei- 
bigutd, dated iha »^ d»v al Jauuary, 18:>, 1 will on 
Saiv.rday ibe el?vcuih U'l «iay ol .lanuary, lb6i, at leu 
o'clock lu the li-reuixm, and thereafter uatil the ssms 
are ' uipos'd, oBer tor »aie, ai puDlic auction, to lue 
highest uidder lor ckkb, st tua ouice 01 Messrs. Van Kt 
leu J t -dicer, lu the ciij- • I .»u I'aui, Rauikcy c- unty, 
Minneaota, ail a.id singular the real esUle, goods and 
chatiels, i ersouai properly, mort^agts, nous, dues, 
accjuuis, and balances on accoun! of aoy kind whatso 
ever, winch have come inuiha posses'si. u or kuowl- 
edge ol ta.J assignee, i.j viiliie ol said ai~sih'nmeut re 
mauling iiudisposei. ol, and ail the right, luls aud luler 
est which thr said Alexis Balliy, bad in and to the same 
at the daie theieol. 

Ssid properly consisting iu part of the in'.erest of said 
aa.lly m aud to ceriaic 1. .iI estate in the couulus ol 
Ramsey, Dakota, Wabaihaw aud lieuum, MinuesoU , 
note* sircuredby mortgajje upon lauds in Dakota coun y' 
book account-! due »aid Hailiy at Red Wood,t.:ruw Wicu 
l-oiig Prairie, Wabasbaw. «i faui en : elsewhere 1. said 
dutte, aud bis iulerest ta :be W..bssiiaw Land Company 
Ac, Ac. 

^chedul^8 0f the prope-ty, notes, book accounts Ac. 
wiib abstracts ol ilUe to tba real cslaie. I^aJ be exam- 
ined upaa application a. the oihce of Van Kileu A olb- 
ear, at auy tioie belore tee day oi sa.e 

NOliJlAN \\\ iLm'tO'S, 

n 1 V- w .^ . , . ^'i^Aoee of Al iia tfaiKy. 

Daied November 27, Ifijl. 

Vai KTTsa A orricsB, Attta^eys for Asaignea. 

uov.UMilawnijaiiil 



SHERIFF'S S.ALE.— IN PURSU 

J A-M'c and by virtt.e of a jadgmeut and decree 
lor lien aud sale, oiade aiid beariug date at a General 
Term ol ,be u siric; t:<(url ol ttie becond Judicial 
Distru-t, in aad l«r me cuuiity of Ramsey aud Mate of 
ilianes-iiH, on iha ihirty-ursi day ol Auj^osi, A. i>. l.Nil, 
lu a certain acilou lu na'd cocrl pendmg. MUeiciu 
James P. I'ond is plainti I. and Alana hi. Carpenter aud 
Aarreii t'nrpenler, her b ivbaud are defendacis, where 
in a'.d whereby 11 was, aiaoug oUier iiiiucs ordered, 
aljudgad and decreec thai lue lollowi g described 
premises, lying and betni la the county of Ramsey and 
Slate oi M nuesoia, and described as loilows, uvwii : 

CommcBCiug ai a puiui in i£e centre ol sec.lou niim- 
•erokelij. ij township number twenty eigbt I2;ii of 
raujie latuiy taree liij ; Iheace noribwestardiy I'iee 
hundred and twnuiy-twu 9;k10U feet, reserving'tben • 
iross asiitp tbi-iy-ibree ie-i in width Ou the *e.t side 
fia- Be.'iern AveBU»-; .bfoceslou^ Suiimi Av. nue ou 
the «o:>tkea!iieru Side, two hupdrad aad aevenao'd9 
lUtn leal . thence exir;oi.g al right audits 10 .SummP 
Aveuue, lo Kaiui-ey sire, i, as laid out uy Jousmau A 
."sia.nsoa , ihajce ta the place of beginuinis, wiiu ihe 
bui.diii>;B tr.er 0.1 siluai.- I. and ihe herediutuieuU aud 
ap, urt. uai-icB aareuBlo Oeiuugla^, aa4 ail tbe luiareki 
aud a.iate ibai Ibe said .Maria K. Carpeuter had th. ruu 
ou the uiaUi Aay oi Aivamber. A.i>. lijbo, or al any 
time tbtraafter, he s«ld m oue b.y-ly by ihe bberill 0; 
Kam»a> coiiuty, ui saii.ly tjia aiooaat dim \o aaid 
James 1'. l-ond. plaiBoii, wUicB was taaa ai:d there a.1 
J B<t««d io b« aavaa baadted aad alBcl . uiat duliars ai.d 
ibliiy veBla. tu{ie.b«r WIU Ihe fiuisaraum ul lauriaou 
dollars »<IA iA4riy-ave ^..-bu coals a. ituiad 1 u;d on 
ifaH BrNi Ua) a< kovambai-, A. D. IbM, isvv atiiia aata 
premiees 

Now, .beratore.Botiae <a baraby given, that I wiliseil 
tba above deserioed real pro>,criy, aoMl i»« miermi ai^ 
esiawi (bat ihe said Maria K Carpeutar n*J la or to the 
<,auia 01. ist Biuih day 1^ »evaujt/«r, A. U. l.'5*e. ur at 
any uiae iheriuMicr, at tse lroaL4«or uf las C^uri tiouae 
IB tbe dty ot St. Paul, ii t«<d F..uaty at Ramsey, aa 
»aiurday, tst; ivt uuty -brot day of li««emfe v, Mai, i.i 
lea o'eluok in the loreai^oA ul ibot day. la sawKy Um- 
amot.hi. asicu sbaji ba J' r- un sai d j aagtnani aoa a«ei-«c 
aad tbe cnsta and «xp«a»t a 01 sals. 

UtMed at St. I aui, NiH-taiOM-s, 11161. 

AAitwA W. l.LLifc, 
AiierUt el RMMry ^^o 
By Bo8i« WiUb.lA«OA, Unyiuy 

BaivaoBB A i^tip, PhsuiuiPs AManwya. 

Bo*9-^Uwitw 



mor;gage made aad executed by 1». Miiart, Jr., k. D. 
( oUb, aud li&vid b.uari, uiurlgagors, loW. R.Buwu, 
uior^tcage-.-. beanug Bale aud acknowledged the leuih 
day 1-1 March, an. l(S6e. aud recorded lu the i.ltiee of 
i.je Register I DcedB, Ol Ramsry county. Mate of 
Miuneaula, 00 the tenth day of March, Iti^t. ai 6i^ o'clock 
PH., in bo..k 'L-'cf raorigagea. pages aX: and SJ3, 
wueretiy tiie Said morigai' rs <.ld grant, bargain, sell, 
and couvey l.j lue said moriga4ee a part or portion of 
lot live la,. lu seciiou six itij, township twenty-eight 128|, 
(il rauge iweniy two 1^.;^ wesi, and occupioo by a stone 
saw mill, b^ur.ded aad described as loiluas, vix: 

BeKiiiuing at a point teveuieen Wl-lOu feet northwest 
from the iruai oi ibu maio building, produced forty [4u] 
leei Ir.rm iho i.ortheaslsideoi said main Ixiliding, theuca 
«oiilh west aioLK a Hue paral el with tbe front o the mill 
one huudre'. aud iwi-uty feal lo a stake iliiriy Foet south 
west f.'om tBe sou'hwest side 01 said main building, 
tbeuce uonbwest along a une parallel with aaid bouih- 
wesi side one huuiired and nliy leei la a slake, laeoee 
uoitlieasi alon^ a Hue paraiiel with tbe Iroci 01 said 
building oue hundred and twenty lee; to a staae, Uienae 
southeast aioiig a line parallel with said southweal aide 
one hundred and Uliy teei to the point of beginning. 

Said icorigage being executed and delivered to secure 
tbe payinei.tol three certain promissory uoies made 
aad delivered 10 the m^mgagors iicder ihe tirm uaiue of 
Stuart, Cobb A Co., to the order 01 sain W. R. Bown. aud 
oeariDg ereu dat<> aiib said montage, .and aaid morv 
gage haviLg t><:eu duly assigned Lo :'. i'reslon Winter- 
mule, ol S. I'aul, by ueeu ol asmgumeut in wrilicg, 
teariUf date aud acknowledged ih,^ S4ia i:ay ul Aiiga«i, 
a P. iaol, and recorded in the olUce of the Ke^uLrr of 
l-erOs 01 iiamsey couuly, on the 4tb day ol September, 
I'^ii, at 4>c o'clock ra., in book " Ii ol assignmeuia, 
pages ibx aud 163 ; 

.\nd whereas there ts now claimed uy be cue, and la 
due, up'ju said u.tes SLd mrrtgage, at the date of this 
n<Hice, the sum ol tweuiy-iao hundred and niuety-iao 
:>)-Uiu ($*,.'Vi..fcii do..arb, aud uo proceedings ai law or 
oiher»inc lisving b«eu inaututedio recover the debt due 
auu secured by said mortgage or any pari ibereol : 

Now, therclore, notice in oereby given that by vlrloe 
of the power ot sale lu said mortgage contained, aud 
parruaul lo the sta'-ile m suco cases made and pro- 
vided, the abovK describid mortgaged premises will be 
sod at public auciiot-, at kua iroui do>jr ol the Cimri 
House, lu the city ol .'>t. Paul, Ramsey county, to the 
higher.i uidder lor cash, ou tbe ll«ui day o: Decembi^r, 
1.N>1, 10 salisly the aauant due on said mortgage, 10- 
ge.btr H itii cobU aud disoursemeuts ol sale. 

iialed bt. Paul, tJclotier &, IMil. 

P. I'RKaXON WiMKKliL'lg, Aasignee 

UasRrJ. UoBs, AiP>rney for Assignee. 

The above uotise la withdrawn, aad preoeedlnga 
thereuuder discontiiiuxd. 

i'. I'RR-.loN WINTaRMLTK, Assignee. 
licsRT J. Hoa«, Attorney tor Assignee, 
iipcemb'.r 2, 1861. dec3 2w 



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UlANCERY SALE. — DiSi'RICT 

ULRT OP THK UMTKD STaTKs FoR TuM 
DlSfhlCl OK MINNK'-^OTA— SS. 

The Mechanics' Hank vs. Ueorge W. Parrlngton and 
Martha Aon I'arrtng on. fall wUe, Alexaa der Ramsey 
Tba City of St. f aui, i yrus U. McCormick, aud Cai- 
wallader tl. tl'ashouru. 

roRfcCLoSLRK IN I'HANCRRY. 

Decree October Term, A. D. Ib61-$13,2a 01, lalerest 

and costs. 

Pursuant to the decre^ai order ol the above Court, 
maot- lu ih.s cause at the OctMberlerm, IStl, the under- 
signed, laaster in Chancery, of said t;ourt, 
will sell at public auction, to the hii(beat 
cash bidder, ou Ihursday, the nineteenth [Idtbj 
d.ty or i»ece.mber, labl, at elevaa o'eloak in the 
turenoon, at the Irvot entrance u> ibe place of holding 
catd Court, lu Brown's Block, Third street, city of i-t. 
Pai.l, lu said li|strict.>i Miuoesota^ tbe toliowlcg de 
scribed premises situate ii the Couuiy of Ramsey 
.■N-.aie ol MiUiieao-a, to WII : I-ot number one llj. aud 
the esat two thirds ol lot number two ,2j iq block 
uum'oered twemy lour ii4i, in Rice « Irvine'a 
addiiKiU to tbe mjwb lOow city] ol ttt. Paui; ar.4 
pan 01 io-s nuiiiier ouelij and two [2j, m Plock number 
SIX y -three ibJj.lD irvme's eclargem<nt to illct 4> Ir- 
v.ue's Aiiditioii to^■t. Paul aforesaid, commencing ai a 
pomioui'ak s.reet sevfjnty laei irom the juootiou of 
\juti and bl. Anthony streets ; thence westarly. paraiiel 
with -'^i- AaJiouy s'.^eet, seventy Uve leet and eicbl 
inches , ihetice Buutheriy, parallel wiih Oak street 
iLi;iy feel , theuce easterly, paiailoi with St. Anih «* 
Bireei. seveuiy uve leet and — inches , thence cwiber- 
ly. uuU k alrcei, thirty leet u> ihe place of befmuing, 
sut-.jeci lo the rigui of ihe lormer "wuerB to convey anv 
stream ol w,»t*r tbersihrough. and subject also 10 the 
''?n of a certatu mortgage executed by said George 
B. tcrriui^binoud \aiLba Ann Parnugtnn to Samuel 
U. Andrews ot the said e /unty ot ramsev, on the 
tttenty iirs; >jay oi February, lu the year ol 'our Lord 
u a thjusaui eigh, hundred and hfiy-seven I12U7J, 10 se- 
cure the payment of eleven baodred dollars and lote, 
resl, aiid wb.chs.iid mori(s«ge i.osaid Andrews,; is re- 
corded IU book 1 of Morlgagirs, UD pages '6bt, and 347 .f 
Ibe records ol tbe Regis.er ol i>eed» l>r said (.ouuiy of 
Ramsey iuigeiber with ail the teuemenia, berediiamenta 
aiidapp'.irteuaucts thereunto boiuogmg, or in anywise 
appertainiu<r. 

at. Paul. November 4, ItMil- 

JAMBSW. TAYLOR, 

Master tn Cbanoery. 

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8T THE PIONEER PRIMTINQ CO.: I 
3EVKN DOLLARS A YEAH. 



SAINT PAUL. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1861. 



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The CharlMton Fire. 



I Manasias. The entire force laid 



on their arms 



INEW SERIES - NUM BEk 1»6§ 
} WHOLE NTJMBEB, «348 



"rririst p^pgg orr wB cirr and coitwtt. \ attended bj a negro insurrection, that was 

promptly eappreflBed. 



The,^, thi. „«„i„g .how. ,h.. .h.|i'^i;^,t^r crino'i'.noiiis 

; fire waa caused by a negro incendiary and 5 *° »ecoant of the trne «tate of the case, ' 
' - - ' I and nten and horses were sent and broaght 



CITY NEWS 



HT. PADL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. 



Thrcatoaing Attltadc of Englantl. 

The news from England \b extremely 
warlike. Without referring to the tone of 
the prew, the action of the Government has 
been gnch as to caose the liveliest apprc- 
henaions of war between that country and 
the United States. Jt has been decided by 
the law officers of the crown, that the ac- 
tion of Captain Wilkes was unjostifiable 
and a flagrant violation of the law of Na- 
tions, and a direct insult to the ooantry, I ^^^ expenses of the war. These are un. 
and it was the duty of the Government to | '°'*^*^ *'th such remarkable clearneas, as 

to render any explanations superfluous. 



Another account 
states that an insurrection broke out in the 
interior two days before the fire occurred, 

■Msracary Chad's Repott. 

The whole of this important document 
may be found on our second and third 
pages. It is generally considered as the 
ablest State paper that has yet emanated 
from the Administration, and will be read 
by all who desire to be informed of the 
plans devised by the Government to meet 



and men and hoVse's"VerT .^nT r^dTroTg'ht ^ ^'"''"Sf FESriVAL—The ladies •/ the 
back the gua» and the auiaii ara»» aud blankets. <^Dtral Presbyterian Church will give a 

— Soperb sleighing exists over nearly the , Supptr, for the benefit of the Church Fund 
whole of Maine, as well as large portions of 0° next Thursday evening, the 19th instant' 
New Hampshire and Vermont, the snow at IngersoH's Hall. 

13 about eight inches deep, aud is frozen so „, , .r^ " — 

that sleighs glide smoothly over the hard , ^^ «« ''^^es of the St. Faul'g church will 
sartace. j ^^^^ ^^^ »'« for a few days, at the store on 

-The Boston Liberat(yr, calls the Presi- i'^*'''"'^ '^^^*' '"^'^ occupied by Joseph W; 
dent's message « feeble, rambling and ridi ' ''^'°®' °°^ ^^^ *^^ Whitney's Daguer- 
culous"— says Mr. Lincoln " makes a merit ^° /^a'"0°' an assortment of fancy articles, 



BUSIl<rES8 



LOOALJi. 

Miss Fannv GoonaicH wiahea to take a claaa 
of young Ladies in Dkawino akd Painting 
Boom next door to the Fionmb a>u> Dbmocbat 
office. 

Terms $10 for 26 leasona. 



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demand reparation, and the Cabinet bad 
come to the conclusion to make that de- 
mand. It is also said that a special mes- 



senger from the Government came over in 
the laat steamer carrying a demand to 
Lord Lyons, insisting on an apology and 
restoration to the protection of the British 
flag of Masok and SurxLt. Theae facts, 
in connection with ao order of the Privy 
Council prohibiting the export from the 
United Kingdom of gunpowder, salt petre, 
brimstone, and nitrate of soda, certainly 
have a warlike aspect. Great Britain will 
not make such demands unless she is pre 
pared to enforce them, and should they be 
peremptory as we have reason to suppose 
they will be, there wiU be little room for 
diplomacy to procrastinate the issue. We 
trust crawfish or fight. 



Rt^llrf for the Prisoner, of the Pir* K*. 
glmei.t now at Richinontl. 

Chaplain Nxax, promptly attended to 
the r(qu€-8t of Governor Rajis.t, to attend 
to the wants of our prisontrs at Richmond 
The following letter and accompanying 
documents reached the Executive office by 
the last mail : 

» r „ ^^^^"'"'•w. D. C.,!Dec. 10, 1861. 

am : Your communication of Nov. 2Gth en- 
closing a letter of Adjutant Pierson, of the 
Maseachnsetts 20th. a prisoner of war. appeal- 
ing m behalf of the soldiers of the Minnesota 
f irat m Richmond, was received at Camp 
«tone, on the night of the 6th inst. 

According to your reqaest, I started the 
next morning for this place to supply the 
wants of thoae who are captives and slLgers 
in a strange land. 

On Saturday I had an interview with Qener- 
*1 Meigs, the Quartermaster of the United 
biatcH, in relation to a supply of clothing for 
tha prisoneid belonging to the First Regiment 
abBichinond. He informed me that he had 
lately dispatched via Fortress Monroe clothing 
sufficient for two thousand men, which by this 
tuua 13 probably in the possession of the pris 
oners of war. 



Our HcMra Summary. 

—Gen. Sigel is in St. Louis quite ill with 
rheumatism. 

—Gen. Sherman landed at Port Royal 
with 15,000 men. He has since received 
1,000 men of Gen. Butler's expedition, and 
there are 3,000 more od the point of de- 
parture from Boston. On Friday of last 
week transports sailed from Fortress Mon- 
roe with the 45th and 76th Pennsylvania 
regiments, aid these have been followed by 
the 65th and 97th. All told, Gen. Shermaa 
has at least 25,000 men. If Burnside's ex- 
peditioa is destined to Port Royal, that 
will add 10,000 more. 

— Thofl. H. Johnston of the Lincoli 
Cavalry, who was executed at Washington 
last Saturday for desertjou, according to 
hw own confession, entered the army in or- 
der to desert, that he might thus reach New 
Orleans, where bid mother resides. In car. 
eying out his plaas, he got beyond our lines, 
b«t mistaking our pickets for the enemy's, 
he raa towards them throwing up his bands 
and crying that he was a deserter. They 
assured him that they belonged to the other 
side, took his arms, and said that he must 
prove his good faith by giviag information. 
Thereupon he told them that they coald 
capture part of our men behind him, where 
they really were, and gave abundant de- 
tails touching our strength and position. 

—Says a private letter from Kentucky 
under date of the 8 th inst : ' 



suitable for the season and the approaching 
holidays. Sale commencing Friday, De- 
cember 20th. 



of his imbecility "—styles the colonization 
project *♦ nonsence, and the President « im- 
pertinent " for suggesting it, and finally 
characterizes the whole paper as " weak 
and common place to a 

?L^nrT' ^""^ ^^ ^"- «^^««««^''' ^*^«^ atHarrisburg.Pa.. we lea^^'t^'t'^e 
at bt. Cloud, has a half column ol the same has so far recovered from his late illness that 
kmd of stuff. he will be able to joia his regiment by the 

-Rev. James F. Clarke, of Boston in his lat January. This will be very gratif vin^r 
remarks at the funeral of Lieutenant Put. to his many friends in Minnesota 



REoovBHiNo.-From a late letter received 
painful degree." \ m this city from Lieutenant Colonel Miller 



nam, relates the following anecdote of the 
gallant Pulaski : 

The Polish soldier was gently rebuked by 
Washington for rash exposure of his life. He 
replied : " General, my forefather died, killed 
in battle, when he was twenty-two; my grand- 
fa her died in battle, fighting for his country 
when he was twenty-three; General I am 
twenty five, and 1 am ashamed to be alive." 

—On the 7th inst., a serious if not fatal, 
accident beleil G. W. Lattenstall of the flag 
ship Minnesota, at Old Point. A block of 
wood, quite heavy, fell accidentally from 
the hands of a sailor, which stiuck Captain 
S. on the bead, knocking him overboard. 
Ho fell a distance of some thirty feet alight- 
ing on a small propeller alongside. So se- 
rk)u8 was the stun and w:)und8 received, 



Anothxb WABNINO.-A team in the 
employ of the Government, in crossing on 
the ice at Mendota, yesterday morning 
loaded with clothing and equipments be^ 
longing to the second Cavalry Company 
broke through tke ice, and wosid have bst 
the whole load but for the timely assisUnce 
of the soldiers at the Port. 



Fhksh OrsTKKa-Capt. Geo. Bene, (Onion 
Hotel) announces to his old customers and the 
public generally, that he is now in daily re- 
ceipt of Fresh Oysters, which he is prepared 
to serve up at the low price of 30 cents per 
dozen. His ResUurant Booms will compete 
with any in the city, and his liquors will 
speak for themselves. GivehimacaU. decSlm 

Self-sealing Diamond Photographs, twenty, 
five for Onk Dollar, at 

WHIT NEY'S GALLERY. 

Thermuu»«tn«ai RacorU for 1B6I. 

KEi-T BT ■. B. BIOOS, TBIBO STEUT. 
UKMUB. «A.M. 

9 Sundity 22 

10 MoAday 37 

11 Tueaday ag 

12 Wednesday.. . 6 

13 Thurid»y ..... 24 

14 Fiid»y.: S7 

15 SaturoAy 31 

16 Sunday ......i 27 

>6 Mouday ^ 



Bl TELfiC^RAPH TO ST. PAUL 

tVIIV SLO IV S LIJV £ 



American Cabinet had resolved 
pjck a quarrel with England. 
He made an eloquent peroration in fa- 

Sir Richard Cobaen of a pacific tone urg- 
ing a suspension of judgment 

startling News from England ir'^t'Sn/""™'?^;- fe tfU' 

Jingland and America attract:^ much atteos 

Peremptory B^tmand for the 

Release of JfKason and 

SlltUU. 



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DECLARATION OF WAR 
THREATENED. 



iHE WBATHEB._It is now the 17th of 
December, and the river not frown .uflU 
cient to bear team. ; and indeed not yet en- 
tirely dosed. For the last week the win 
has shone out warm, and gave more the sp. 



x)ijKr> 

0« Saturday tvening. »t 7>< o'clock. JOHN rBKJM£ 
KICK, only .on of John S. and Emm. 8 Prince 
•«ed U year.. 6 monUi* and i: day. ' 

Tlie funeral .«»lce. wlli take place at the Cathedral 
th,. morning at un O'clock, where U.e IrJend. of ibe 
family are reapeoif ully IsTltMl to attecd. 



lEON STKAMEB WAIIRIOR BOUND FOB 
AJNNAi?QLI8. 



Decision of the Privy Council 



FRANCE SUSTAINS ENGLAND. 



pearance of spring than 
that very slim hopes were entertained olj^'**'»<* for croaking yet. 
his recovery. Should this painful accident' 



winter. Ko 



I know by the movementa that are on fooU 
that we are on the eve of a great battle • aud 
one too that will be the hardest fought 0/ this 
year and the hottest fight ever known in this 
country. There will be at least 250,000 men 
engaged at Bowhng Green. Gen. Bockner 
(rebel) will have loO.COO. The rebela wUl tiirht 
hard, for if is life and death with them. 



Bj Adama Expresa 1 have eent, as yon will 
SCO by accompanying correspondence, one 
hundred doliara for distribution among our 
mt-n. 

After consultation with Colonel Dana and 
Doctor Hand I couclnJed in this instance to 
take this Bum from the Hospital Fund of the 
First Regiment, believing that it will be grati- 
fying to the donors, as the festal sea.son draws 
near, to know that a portion of their contribu- 
tions has been devoted to cheering the cap- 
tivea in their hours of loneliness. 

For the actual hotel and travel 



—Dr. Boutillier of our First Regiment, 
who returned from Washington last Suts 
nrday, says that regiments continue to ar- 
rive, at the rate of two, three and four each 
day. 

—The New York Herald of Tuesday last 
says that, on Saturday evening, President 
Liucoln uttered the following words to a 
friend who had called upon him : 

Emancipation would be equivalent to a John 
Brown raid on a gigantic scale. Our position 
is surrouiuled with a suflicient nnmber of dan- 
gers already. Abolition would throw ajcainst 

^^<:„t""T''v'''^'-^^^ f^"'' S'*'^^ of Missouri, 
fn-rn"''.? ^'^eP»»' a"*^ Maryland, which it is 
costing the nation such ettorts to retain We 
have our hands full as it is, and, if there is to 
be any siich suicidal legislation, we might as 



. ., . . eiing expenses "" ""J' f"*=" suiciaai legislation, we might 

hile attending to your request, 1 have drawn ,T! ''." ^T ** °°*'®' *°«* ^^K'n taking up 

4 i.iuav© drawn the arteries to prevent our bleeding to death 



ou you aa Governor of the Sute 

I am with respect, 

E. D. NEILL, 
Chaplain Minnesota First. 

Wasuinoton, Deo. 9, 1861. 
Major Utnerai IVooi, U. S. ^~ 

SiB-Herewith is a note and package of one 
hundred gold dollars, addressed to the caraof 
Qiueral Winder to be distributed among the 
soldiers of the First Minnesota Bagiment, pri- 
Boners in Richmond. 

Pl«aao forward by the proper channel, aai 
much oblige youra respectfully, 

B. D. NEIIX, 
Chaplain Minnesota First. 

/'.- / Mr . ^^«HiN0T0H, Dec. 9, 1861. 
Utnerai IVtnder— 

Si«: Availing myself of your courtwy I 
forward through Major General Wool a pack- 
age of one hundred gold dollars, to be quickly 
distributed among the soldiers ot the First 
Minnesota Regiment, now in Richmond. I also 
send a note to them, which, if not objectiona- 
ble, yon will bo kind enough to deliver with 
the package. 

Very respectfully, 

E. D. NEILL, 
ChapUin First MinneaoU Regiment. 

«... ^ „ Washington. Dec. 9, 1861. 
Soldiers of Mmnttota in R chmond— 

By the exigency of war aeparated from your 
regiment in the batUe of July 2lst. you are not 
forgotten by your comrades in arms or bv 
your State. ^ 

As early as Angoat I attempted to send a 
small sum of money to purchase little com. 
forts, but at that Ume 1 could find no author- 
ized channel of communication. To the care 
of General Winder I have this day forwarded 
or equal distribution, one hundred dollars of 
the hospital fund contributed by good men and 
uobla women of our Sute for those sick and 
in prison. 



—A gentleman who came by the Africa, 
had an interview with our Minister, Mr! 
Adams, before leaving London, who inform- 
ed him that he had had a correspondence 
with Lord John Buasell upon the 8«bject of 
th« sailing ol the Adger for the purpose of 
arresting Masoo and Slidell, and stated 
that the bw officers of the crown admitted 
the right of the Adger to make such an 
arrest. Mr. Adams looked upon the Nash- 
TiUa matter as much the more serious of 
the two. 

—In the case of Catherine N. Forrest 
against Edwia Forrest, a fall beneh of the 
Snpwior Court has decided agaiaet the mo- 
tion of the defendant for a new trial, and 
confirmad the award of «4,000 a year ali- 
mony. 

—Gordon Grant, a prominent citiaen of 
Troy, New Tork.died on Friday, aged sev- 
enty years. He went to Troy fifty^five 
years ago and engaged as cook on a river 
sloop. From cook he rose to master, and 
ttom master to a very extensive forwarder 
and trader in the lumber and wholesale gro- 
cery lines, and was connected successfully 
with the heavy firms of Silliman k Grant 
and Grant, Coffin & Church. 

—The report of a panic in the rebel army 
at Centreville, daring a review of seventy 
thousand men, appears to be confirmed. 
They were commanded by Beauregard, and 
reviewed by Jeff. Davis. The accoant 
says: 



result latally, our fsv:"<»rnment will lose 
one ot its very best oflkars. 

—Letters from Port fioyal say that 
from oar vosseis. riding at anchor in War- 
saw inlet, ten miles from Savannah, the 
steeples of that city are plainly visible.— 
Were Gen. Shermaa rei»dy, the city couH 
be easily captured. Deserters and contra- 
bands bring information that all the peo- 
ple 00 the coast have fled into the interior 
except Crackera who are furious. One de- 
serter said that old Tatnall was »o much 
a&cted while telling of affairs at Port Roy- 
al to gome ladies at dinner, at the Pulaski 
House, that he burst into tears . 

—We have already stated that a young 
" lady" belonging to Slidell's party slapped 
Lieutenant Fairfax in the face when he no- 
tified the "Embassador" of his arrest. We 
learn from the accoant of an eye witness, 
furnished to the Panama Star, that the fer- 
ocious female alluded to was Slidell's own 
daughter, and that not content with pitch- 
ing into the Lientenant, she melo-dramati- 
cally bared her breast and bade him strike 
her dead. 

—The wires brought us the other day a 
statement of a Union conspiracy in New 
Orleans. The dispatch was provoking ly 
brief and unsatisfactory. The New Or 
leans Crescent of tho 23d ult., thus refers to 
the affair : 



Last DBTACUMEKT—The last of Captain 
Mnnch's Artillery Company departed fc,r 
Lacrosse 00 yesterday morcing, together 
with ten of Captain West's ind Cavalry 
I^t dat« from L«Cros83, inform « 

that ail the prevbos detachments hav* 

arrived in ^od health and condition. 

The second Cavalry compary will all have 

departed by Saturday morning. 

PoLica CouBT.-^ane Bertie, arreated 
by officer Miller, for disorderly conduct o« 
Sunday night, was fined five dollars awl 
costs, and i« default of payn^ent, waa wtui 
below for one week. 

Captain Morton, with a posse of police 
aucceeded, Sunday night, in hreaking op a 
den of miserable beings tocated near tbt 
foot of Kobert street. 



HARTFOKD 
Fire Ineurance Comp'y 

OF HAKTFOKD, CONI. 

CAPITAL AMU .SUtPLUS. OVKR SSSO.O*. 

INOOHPOKATB]) IN 181#. 
T.C. ALLYN. »«,'y H HUNTIKOTON. Pr..-,. 

Tk. bulM. ^ thw Company hM be*. Mrri«d*. 
• •«e««rully lot OVKE liALP A CKKTUKY. 

lHivotede»i»siv.;vK, riTf> I^.r^.e. „d «em^i 
front tb« dtoMiers K.d >iirforliuie« too oft*. «u,4i,g 
a Maria, buBUew. lus 11 AttTOau. with iiicn.«.ed cap. 
Ual»«dr«M»r«M. oo»U«ue, u.aaord .ode «nU> again,, 
l«Mor 4an«ff« b, ire i. b«lldln«8. meroha.dire aod 
«»tker propwtjr, q. v. ABM.STRONQ, 

■MTll-dly Oa«« !■ MMkubltt'. BuU*»«. M rt. 



■KU^ICGRBHT TOKB 
VAVlias. 



OV THK 



tiOO. 

The exportation of arms, amunition and 
. lead has been prohibited. 

In Liverpool breadetuffa have an npward 
tendancy with a slight advance on all de« 
scriptions. Flour firmer at an advance of 
Cd per bbl. Wheat still advancing with a 
rise of 2d per cental. Red western 12 a 
iZ and 10. Provisions firm. 

London Markcts — Wheat bears an up- 
ward tendency and advanced Is a 2s per 
quarter. Utest commercial via Queens- 
town, Liverpool 5th. Bread8tufe:--maket 
steady and unchanged. Provisions:— mar- 
ket quiet. 

Interesting Southern News. 

"■ ■ ■ T 

Parson 



Broumtow 
for Treason 



^^irrested 



SluFaaeBt8*r Warlike lUterial 



kc. 



ke. 



was 



i^ A.aE& CLARKE 

WHOl.KSAUE DKALCas IN 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

COMXMK OF MASr VTATKli AMD BIFFALO STS., 

MILWAUKEE, WIS; 



T1W8. riOB, 

A. r. CUiRKg. 



NEW ADVEKTISEMENl'S. 



Gband FMTivAL.-Tbe Ladies of Shak- 
opee intend giving a festival 00 next Wed- 
nesday m-ght, for the purpose of raising 
funds to purchase material to manufacture 
wearing apparel for the Minnesota Volun- 
teers. Secretary Baker will deliver an ad- 
drcse 00 the occasion, the subject of which 
will be-" War and Warriors." Will 
the kdies of St. Paul make 
matter ? 




Naw York, Dec. 16 —The foUowiog 
raceived by the Karopa, from England. 

A privy council waa hekl at Windsor, on 
Saturday. The Obstroer, a ministerial 
journal, states that a 8)3ecial meesenger by 
Europa carries a demand from the British 
Government to Lord Lyons insiating on an 
»pok)gy and restoratwu to British fla* of 
Mason aod Slidell. 

The same paper says large reiaJorewnenta 

will ba sent immedialjly to Canada Ai 

large ship is now loading with eons and ' <1"*°^ ''^'^'■'eiies 
ammunitioBs for there. b "• auu , „ . , 

The Obstroer »aja th<re is no reason whv 
the commissioners should not be reatored ^ 
the ship of a British admiral iS ^K*^ ^f 



ALARM TUROL'GUOCT ITHIfl M>UTH. 

Pbobia, III. — The Transcript Las received 
[ate Southern papers by a gentleman who 
left >ew Orleans ten days ago, coming 
through Tennessee and Kentucky. 

The Bowling Green [Ky.] Curur says 
Paraon Brownlow was arrested for treason, 
by confederate states commissioners at 
Knoxville, on the Ctb, and committed to 
jail. 

The Knoxville Regi^kr says the rumor ol 
an order from the rebel war department for 
Brownlow 's safe conduct north had created 
intense excitement. 

The Raleigh ( >?. C] Staiulard af Dec 
4 iearna from a reliable source that federal 
regiments had taken possession of Ports- 
Biouth, North Carolinn, and tJiat there are 
tan Yankee steamers in Pamlico Sound. 

The Hcrabl aays Colonel Borland juet 
raturned from Pochabontas reports the 
Arkansaa border still in danger. He says 
the federals at Poplar Bluff" number G,000 

The scouts of the two armies have fre- 



a move in 



not 
this 



Lieut. Morel, of the third district prlice ar- 
re9t«d, je«terday mprniDg. a German named 
Frenzel who lives iu Charles Street, in the 
aecoad di.stri«t, charging him with beiuR an 
incendiary and traitor to the State and 8outh- 
crn Conloderacy, ■--uulu 

It appears that Frenzel, who ia quite an in- 
telligent man, had excited Lieut Morel's sua ni- 
cions, some time since, by remarks that he 
was reported to have made in favor of Lincoln 
and h!8 dynasty ; he was watched, the result 
of which was he waa heard to boast that there 
waa a powerful organization in this ciiv at 
least 5,000 strong, which the momeit tlle^iS- 
coln army made its appearance here on onr 
coast, would rise and help them to the best of 
their ability. Ue further is reported to have 
said hw society would help cut all tho rebel's 
tUroatfl and that, as no one knew or suspected 
ita existence, it waa all the more powerful. 

—An animated debate took place in the 
House of Representatives last Thursday on 
tho emancipation bill. Mr. Conway, of 
Kansas, made a radical abolition speech, 
daring which he characterized the battle 
of Belmont aa a rebel victory. Mr.Fouke, 
of Illinois, resorted to vehement language,' 
at the close of Conway's speech, and said 
that his statement in regard to the battle 
of Belmont was false, and an act of wanton 
injustice to the Union soldiers who fought 
there. Mr. Conway desired to know if the 
language used by Mr. Fouke was applied 
to him- Mr ilichardson, ol Illinois, inter- 
lering, said the place to settle personal dif- 
ficultiea was outside the House. This ob, 
^rvation.created a marked sensation, Mr 
Jb ouke meantime retiring from the House.' 
Ihe friends of the parties are endeavoring 
to prevent a duel. ^ 

J. M 



Tub Minnksota Tuird.-A letter re- 
ceived last night states that six companies 
of the regiment are at Belmont Furnace 
about twenty^ven miles from Louisville' 
on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad' 
It 13 a place of about forty bouses, and the' 
men supposed they were to winter there 
two companies are at Shepherdsville, eight 
Biles north, and two companies were at 
L-jbanon Junction, three miles south. 

Hint, to Skatees.-As the ladies and 
gentleman of St. Paul, are forming skating 
clubs in this city, and large numbers of li^ 
young lolks are participating in this health- 
Jul and exhilerating sport ol our climate 
we commend ti^; following from HalCs Jour 
nal oj Health to their especial attention : 

As lives have been lost in cr\nncnn 
Bkai^g, the following suggestiorire mai' ^' 

1. Avoid skates which ara strann,.,! .f .v• 
e•t, aa they prevent the circulation and S* 
foot becomes frozen be.ora the skater ^ZVil 
of it, because the tight strapping benumb* tht 
foot and deprives it of feeli. g i "^""™*'« ♦^'' 
ot Boston lost a foot iu this wav - „,.„.. 
New York, her life, by endeaTo?iog*"t°o'''?h '" 
her leei in warm water aftertakfuK of h«T' 
skates. Tuo safest kind are those * ^®' 



^MPHITHEATRE 

OORNKB SEVENTH AND JACKSON STUBETS. 

Open 



O. W. DK HAVEN 
0. K.liOaO 



Every 'Weduesday 
Saturday Evenings. 



and 



Borland want* all the men he can 
promptly get. 
TLv. Arkansas Pre&, says quite a number 

. , „ —v. ..^ „, 0* letters have been opened aud content>j 

Potn'l'r'"' ^"'^ "^-^^f "-^ 00 th^it^lt^^^^t^d. on maU route between ^^ 

1? 1 ,. u j Village and Mempbs. 

in th?oL ^^«. P«Pe« treat the question , ^^' Lancers was called killed at Coiam- 
m the same spirit, and agitation increases, b^^' Arkansas, by Lieut Young. YoZ 
Ihe privy council heid by the Queen was 1 '**'^ subsequently hung by a mob. ^ 

the uni ed Kingdom or the carrying coast- ^^^^ Lieut. Shepard, commanding rebe 
wise of gunnowder. «,.i,n.,.. •^..« ..'^^ steamer Mobile, arrived at Brashears ciTy 

with a Lieutenant and nine federal priK>- 
ners taken from the United StaUrs schooner 
Aanie Peyton, wrecked near Saline Pass.' 
I hey were sent to New Orleans. 

The Louisville and Nashville Railroad 
has stopped receiving freight at Nashville, 
the rolling stock being demanded to trans 
port troops to Bowling Green. 

The Confederate States Court at Rich- 
mond, the 9tb, decided no change of ciii- 



gunpowder, st.lipeire, nitrate of 
soda and brimstone. 

rhe TihiL^ has but small hope of such 
a disavowal, and says it becomes us to ore 
pare for an unfortunate lesue in Canada m 
case of a war with the Northern StaW 
Ihe livm advises Can.»da to prepare at 
once by discip'ining her militia and drillimr 
a volunteer army. Can*da should not relf 

"^i-r I i.T° Tr' ^ ''^^'^ °P0° l^erself^ 
Ihe Liverpool Couriers extra says that a 



\^:wJ:;^TJ^T'^'^''*'^ tbat|f°^'»P'jfter commencement ofWilit 



■ Manager. 

■ Treasurer. 



EQUESTRIAN, GYMNASTIC, PANTOMIMIC AND 
TUKATRICAL PBBFOIiMANCES 
Hoars opeu at V o'clock . Performance to cemmence 
at, A,. Admlmou^cenl.. Kesarved aeals.Mcenu^ 

Thrrfl will also be a KIDINoTcHOOI. .pen for the 

Q. W. UE HAVEN, Manae. r. 
'^«c'7 C. OLIVER. B 11 BirtiQg^..,ier. 

gUPPER AND FESTIVAL. 

INaKKSOLL'S HALL. 

ON THUB8DAV EVENING. PECEMBKR i9rH.1861. 

4T U^I. I-AST ?BVB.N O'CLOCK. 



IheLRjieatDgaife io do their utmoa to n ake the 
whole hft*lr paoa , n uleadantly " ^"^ 

Tlck«.i8 60 cenu. Tobeba<l at (Vmibt and Merrill's 

... ^ ^ j.R.Ma 
_. - . Polkick. Donald 

declT.St Thonapson A Brothers. Haakera. 



iicitKiBsucenU. Tobeba<l at (Vmil 
Boiik 8t..re«, (}eo. W. Kurriuiilon's W 
«on'», R. Murvin's. Dav k Jenk's' "l 
son A ORdtfu's and Thonapson A Uroth« 



gTILL THEY COM 



E 



the Warrior proceeds forthwith to Annan 
ohs with the British Cabinets uLth^tL 
for the delivery of the pr^sonere and a fuH 
reparation. "« » lun 

The P.,^ 8ays that it his been decided by 

(^It w?i,°^ '^' "°''°' ^'^^t the action of 
Capt. Wilkes was unjustiQable and a 11a. 
grant violation ot the code of nations, and 

duty of the government Ui demand repara- 
tion. We can hardly sappose, reckleW as 
the American policy som.nimes is, that the 
Northern States are seriously deposed to 
ac«pt a war with Englani, and sa^one 
month we could sweep all the San Jacinlos 
from the seas, blockade all the norther^ 
ports, and turn to a speedy issue tho wl? 
now raging. This is so Sbvious that we 

the Cabinet at Waebington can commit an 
mar^^ ^ «« ^ ^i^^ our positive i" 

The Nejcs says thare exists 
sion that the American Onvernment madlv 



an apprehen 
'nment mai 
- ,-■.--. cv ol aeeki 

«.:?*^?-*.5°?''^l°'' Lojjland in order to 



I'^r!!.?^,^*^-*!**.^^*^, I^^'cy of aeekiag 



can protect alien, euemy '8 property from' 
sequestration. r r j »^ 

The Governor ot Mississippi calls on citi- 
zens foi all the weapons they have for the 
use of the rebel army. 

Provisional Oovernor Johnson has is- 
sued a call at Bowling tireen for 2u com- 
panies ef volunteers from Kentucky. 

The first battalion ol Tenoeesec cavalrv 
are going into quarters at Moscow, Ken- 
tucky. 

News froBi Wasliiiigtou. 

PAKTICULAItS OP THE ESCAPE OF THE 
BUMPIER. 

Tho Navy Department has received a 
dispatch from Captain Pal ner command- 
ing steamer Iraquois in which he minutely 
relates his movements in order capture the 
pirate Sumpter. 

The government at Martinique refused 
to give the Snmpter coal, but allowed her 
to come to St. Pierre, where she obtained 
a supply from English merchants. The 
Sumpter had been received with courtet^vat 



KILPATRICK, 

umbs tha 
youu^ lady Oppcfce the InternallonAl Hotel, ha. this day re^eUed 
her in ! 

Two Oaaea 



ceive the fore part of the foot 



lu a 



hich re- 
kind of a 



While we have moorned the loaa of a few of 
you. through the malariea of the climate it 
ha^ been a day of thanksgiving that the mor- 
lahty has not bean greater. 

In your tryiBg position I hop« that you are 
pauent, courteous and acquit yourselves like 



men 



regal a- 



If permitted to return may yon have nothing 

o be ashamed of. and the con«:iou«iesa of 

having gained the confidence and resoect of 

those, by the technics of war. (^^Lp^^ ^' 

we hope) called enemies. V''^^^^ " 

Clothing has been forwarded for your use bv 
General Meigs. ^ "^ 

If agreeable aod consistent with the 
tions of those, who have the watch 
I should b« glad to receive 
brief note. 

In reglmeatal prayers at retreat we have 
commended yoa to the care of him who careth 
not cnly for aparrowa but for thoae in cap. 
tlvity, I ani, your friend, 

B. D. KEILL, 
Chaplain Minnesota Pirat Beglment, 



About twelve o'clock, noon, of that dav thev 

•^ PntAn^J^' n* '^'°'''"'' *"^ ^^° ^i^'^ Geor- 
gia. Colonel Colqnitt-with two six pound 
howitzer, and two fonr pound howiUers of the 
Wwhington artillery, under command of 
Captain Itoaaer, and one hundred of btewart's 

Eighth Georgia, Colonel Mercer, waa In rwervo 
one mile in the rear. They reached the vfclnitv 
of Uawkeahurst'a miU about two o'clock pm 
and aaw at first --' ■ wvivvii.i.m. 



WiNSLow, Esq.- We copy the 
following Irom a late number of the Detroit 

Free Press: 



toe, and stout leather areund the he« 11 '*^* 
ling in front of the ankle only tUuR t-.''"*''" 
the heei in i,Uce without sj.k^ or Bcrew«'''«^S 
aiding greatly in supporting the anki^ ' "'' 
/.It 18 not the object so mueh t., uko.^ /..-. 



tt*i to bkaie graoefully; and th 



la IS sooner 



le pleaanre of an interview 
f, Ef- - - 



VZMTu '^»» only the advance guard of 
Genera Hancock's colamn. They immediately 

b,22iv"it"i^?„^°l«l "^^^^^ tbem^ with 



t^A^ i^.r P'«<^e« ^ position in the edge of a 

cing t" 

^iir^^^L^^F-^'^^^^^^T^inl Hill, and 



But soon their acouta 



reported the 
that of QeneraT5:ook;i:t"vieS ^tL*«J 

the gunners unhitched their h.rses. Ttrallrm 
DOW increased so much that the traces wer^ 
cut from the other three pieces, and the cun! 
over yon, ners, mountmg two on each horse, gallooed off 
an answer to this Jj?**'"'^* Centreville at the top of their soeed 
The infantry, catching the infection, threw 
•way their arms and blankets, and the rout 

cTJ^t^x ^^*' '^P<"-t«d te President Davis ami 
Genera Beauregard that the entire Union army 

beaten, and the troops disposed in support of 

SL^/"i!;*V°l'?°'»»'"«°ta, the arUUery being 

SlS!!«i/hSL^"- ?y «ent all their ai?i 
•en, spare heroes and heavy baggage back to 



We have had the 

^in^ 'iv**«»^li"'?'';, *•*•*•' »n enterprising cit- 
izen of St. Paul. Mmnesou, who visits this 
State with a view of making arrangements lor 
the construction of a stage road and telegrahh 
line from the village of Houghton, Lake Supe- 
rior, to the village of Appleton. which ifes^at 
the junction of Pox Biver with Winnebago 
Lake. Apj.leton is about two hundred mU^s 
djstant from Houghton, and lies directly s^Sth 
of •t_ The whole route has been explored by 
Mr. ^ inflow, aod he says he fonnd it perfectly 
feasible; no obstacle which may not be ov^r- 
come without great expense. Appleton i« 
connected with Milwaukee by railn.ad sj 
he estimates that when the proposed road 
shall be completed, passengers may be con 
veyed regularly from Houghton to Chi 
cago. In from three to four dava at 
the longest. The improvement is a mnri 
needed one, aa an outlet te that hyperborean 
region which is almost entirely shut out from 
communication with the rest of the world for 
seven months of the year. Houghton alone 
has a population of about aix thousand souls 
and 13 rapidly increasing. Mr. Winslow will' 
at the coming session of the Legislature ask 
of the Btate. by donation of lands, we believe 
something in aid of the work. By some strance 
oversight, or miaapprebension of the vast in- 
terests so rapidly being developed in the Lake 
Superior region, that section has been s^i? 
neglected by onr Legislature, when, in facZ 
no portion of the Slate is so justly entitled tA 
Its lostering care. We shall hope to see inVn 
tureadiflerent spirit manifested, a better iS^ 
preciation of the immense interests whioh oS? 
state has in that section, and justice so lon« 
?nif^.*'^^^*"*°"^ awarded by the Leg^SK 
tore to this neglected portiw ot our ^S 



more easily learned b> skating with d^lfh^r "^ 
tion; whUe it prevents overheitiT^nni^'r"'^ 
ishes the chances Of taking cofd by cSolin^'lr 
too soon afterwards. ^ cooling off 

3. Jf the wind is blowing, a vail ahn-.u . 
worn over the lace, aileasrot iXgindl f 
aren; otherwise, fatal mtiammation of ?h 
»uog8, pneumonia, may take pTwe ^^^ 

*• Do not sit down to rest a* ainaU h»if 
minuu., nor stand still, if the?e I an? wind 

S\^;rw*al?X\^^raJ SVetfo^^ 1 S 
"i^^^^-^ -- toes^X^Ve^- 

4/}i\!.;[^;t^;j^!:^-<?^;^ii^^^^'^''« 

skatf^.'^'^r «*"y any""ng *" the mou'th while 
skating, nor any hard substance in th« i!a„i 

the 



HALMOKALS 

Borne or which are l-nel with Cotioo VUnnei, and onlj 
^l,SO a Pair 

Also.OHILDBKN'a BALMOR 1.8. without htels. 
_ Monday, aecember 16Uu 

N 



dCM-K 



O T I E . 

POWKKR by ...,r Goverrmect and Uie recent advMce 
taken lu oa i^elre. U... Hnder.igned Agents have re 
colv«diu..ruc.,oui. ir^m he«a^,.,rien. * a.lvwice two 
cents per B>. upon »'«•. C»nl.u,r aud H\^xu>g^Z\llt. 
D. rKKfaLa\, Agents 

rf ».- . I . TltMPLa A BltAi'»'KK.A«enU 
del^.t.jaol For Laflln A 8mlth .St Lou 1. Mo 



If the thermometer is below thirtv Qn^ 

8. Always keep your eyes about you look, 
."g ahead and upward, not on the ice that von 
may not run against some lady.7hUd; 'Xl^l 

9. Arrange to have an extra carmpnt *k. ^ 
and heavy, to throw over y?ur 8ho„ m''"" 
the moment you cease skating.^ud then^![2 
home, or at least half a mile, with your "L^k 
closed so that the lungs mky noilV^il^ 
chilled, l,y the cold air d Jhing upori^«^ 

hrongh the noae and head, it i. wirmed h? 
fore itgels to the lungs. » '^"med be- 

10. It would be a safe rule for no ch\^^ « 
lady to be on skates longer than an"2ot at^ 

11. The grace, exercise and healthfuln^iiQ^f 
skating on the ice, can be had withnnt 

of its danger., by ihe u-e of^Lea wTtl^nl' 
lers atiached. on common floors; betteT I? 
ered with oil-cloth. 



I>18TK1(T 



CTATK OP MINNESOTA — 

naiieru the application of Dauial Htanchfelld 
Kui debl«r, lo be dUobar>ed from bia dakts 
loehapierTa, of the Public Statulw of Mln-" 




gaia ground for abandoniac the desle-a of ^°^^^^ «' government, and Captain I'alm 
sabjugating the South. b" "' | er discovered, to use hia own knguage this 

The TbntH of the 30th n.akes the imnor- [f""^. ^^ ooQ-'ecognition of the Confederate 
Unt announcement that the Cabinet Sme ! ?f^M*^"°'=^ ^""^ England is played out. 
to the conclusion that the act of Caotain ! ^^ '^'^ » correspondence with the govcm- 
" " ■ ' ™eot, the result ol which was ho was refer- 

red to a paragraph of Wheatona Interna- 
tional Law, to the effect that one beliger- 
ant could not depart from port until twen- 
ty-four honrs after another had left. The 
Sumpter at that time was iu port, and the 
Iraquoifi was obliged to anchor one marine 
mile Irom shore 

The majority of the citizens of Port 
Koyal were m favor of the Sumpter, and 
therefore anxious for her e«;ape, beinc 
l-reochthey sympathised with Louisiana; 
to which sute they supposed the Sumpter 
belonged. 

Throughout the proceedings, Capt. Palm- 
er was apprehensive and fearlnl that the 
Sumpter would escape, and wished she wa? 
anywhere else than under French protec- 
tion, as the authorities were throwinir everv 
obstacle in hia way. ' 

The (Governor however repudiated everv 
teii° -!J'Jf°^^*''Pi '° ""^P'^ ^ Captain 



Wi kes 13 a clear violation ol the Jaw of 
Nations, and one for wbich reparation 
must be at once demanded. ShoVld thS 

^^l f T.°l°°' ^ ^"•P"*'^ ^itt>. we can- 
not doubt that Lord Lycos will be with- 
drawn from Washington. 

I'he Tiuu, also says that it was the de- 
liberate purpose of the Aioorican Govern- 
ment to seize the commissioners, and it is 
understood that (ien. Scotl sinci his arri- 

J*i*L. ""^ ^u^ '^**'*"'^ t'^at their seizure 
had been a subject of Cabinet discussion at 
Waahington before he lelt. 

The ShipjA7),g Gazette beieves that if the 
demand IS not complied wnth, a delaration 
of war by England is inevitable. There is 
noconfirmation of the report that one hun- 
dred thousand troops are to be sent to Can- 
ada. French journals universally look at 
the Trent affair with English eyes. The 
news caused immense sentatioo al Paris, 
the first general impression was that ample 



reparation must be made to to prevent col- ;*'™er s complaint. Owing to the distance 
liflfiion. *^ from shore which the Iroquois was obliged 

Communications took pla^ie between the I » ^°.Py' ^^d the fact that the Bay is fif- 
tfovemments of England and France and ' " ^ ^ ^"^®' *°^ ^or the reasons above 

a good undersUnding on the subject it is *!,?' }^^ Sumpter succeeded in . soaping. 

I he IrOQOOis follnWftH ht»r hn» nr^^lW I^. 



COV" 



GEO. M. HASKELL & LADY, 

(tAla or «BW fOKK CITT.) 

INUER.SOLL'S BLOCK, 
Cor. Third and Wabaahaw Su., st iaol. 

St^'t'"Mt"^*"!'"-.Rf"y*'*y'l''^ '«»r dealers Third 
hireet. hi. Paal, and Mrs. Oov. A lei. Baaaer 



I^Uii 



Baaiaey. 
APS MAUB TO OftOBR, 



decis.dtt 



•pecUl lerm ol >,a.d Oouri. tben and there to be ho' den ' 
why ao asBiRnment of tue lald Inv.lv.ui's entaie ghouM 
noi be inade and be diecharKed irom hia debw imrSn 
ant to Uie above reciied chapter, ar.f! directn»'ih»I „^ 
tlce of the content, of th, Srder be putl ib!d in Sie 
Pioneer aud Uem.^jrai." a newtiaDer i.rtnL./* .^T? 
p.blUhedal the n,y of skint Pau7*k'fa'!d ^IJi^Sit 
seat of goyemmem of eald Stale, a. .eatt onoe to each 
week for ten iticoesslve weelu before the . aj therein 
apuointed for bald credlton to show canie, a' ofo^i 

IheUnieonheftr.tpubllcaaon af thU uoUce la Uie 
l(th day of Deoember, a. d. 18(1. o •■ ujo 

Ueeember 17, latil . 

\A- ».. , , 1. V. D HEARD, 

iOw_AuorB^yfof inaolTeot re»idlnc at 8t Paul, Minn. 



believed exists 
I The Paris PatrU asserts that they had 
no right to take the Commissioners while 
on the British mai steamei. an.i w.vta a 
report that Admiral Milness will drtail 
three war vessels to escort inaii stt-amera 



g U F F A L O 

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deciS. 



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K O B E 8 



BUHBANK A (TO., 

l.ow«r LeTee. 



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Wholesale and Betall— (or Kale by 

J. 0. A H. C. BLRBANK A CO., 
'jower lAve*. 



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QHICAGO CBBAM ALE. 



for Hale l>y quanUty by 
J. O. AH. 7 
d«el3. 



O. BURBANK ACQ. 
. U>wer Levee. 



pRINTEBS' 



INK— ALL COLORS. 



rortiala b 
deelS 



I 



roqoois followed her, but could not 
and bet . 

The Eoropa's dispatches excited a lively 
discoseeion here, but seems not to disturb 
the (iovernment, which, while discerning no 

.__... ..„^„, embarrassment with England looks with 

between St. Thomas and .Havana (or the I ^^"P^®'""^ '^^^ confidence on events a<3 thev 
protection of Southerners triveling °*^<^°''- 

The Pays and Cjn,i UuHoruU]8o ceoBarea J^^ ^^^^^^^"^^^"^^^^ AND ENGLAND 
the action 0/ the San Jacinto. j | Tim,s' D.,putch.]-The despaU-hes rel' 

BY CITY OF WA.SHIHOTON. ( ^^^^ ^ the action of the British Govern, 

The transport Melbourne would leave iKi'i' J'" *PP«*f in the New York 
Woolwich for Halifax 5th, with 30.(K)0 frnm,^ ,^^^1?^*^' ^^^^ 
stand of arms, a large amount of amnni" ' fL^T^^r ^^'' ^^^^^^^^ "' 



C. A H. O. BUBBANK A CO.. 

lAjwer Levee, 



,. , , ^- -. amnni^ 

tioo and a battery of G Armstrong guns 
She will be conveyed by thd Orpheus, a 
21 gun frigate. 

Ihe Warrior would be ready for foreign 
service immediately. Her destination de- 
pends on the answer from Weshington. 

Mr. Bright made aii elaborate speech on 
the American question, in ^vhich he de^ 
dined to give any decided opinion on the 
Trent afla^r. He believed if the act was 
Illegal that America wonla make tittinc 
reparation. He strongly condemned tte 
I war like feeksg Md scouted the idea that 



,L, . ,,. Notwithstaodinfir 

the belligerent attitude assumed, there w Z 
disposition on the part of any member of 
the Cabinet to alter the plans or policy of 
the Government assumed in the arrest ol 
Mason and Slidell. The report "?£ 
demand ol the English (iovernment for h^ 
surrender of Mason and Slidell.^^ great 
excitement, and sentiments of defianci aJa 
universal. 

ADJOURNMENT OF CONOltESS. 
It 16 regarded as settled that Congress will 
adjourn on Thursda y next for two weeks to 

OONTUUED O.N t'OtRTU tAOE. 




k. L i_* .t^* 3-_ ^ •JaJ^•' . '--.'s, ^ ■.*'■:' I ► %*Vi *4- i-l -r-. ' 










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THK PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. SAINT PAlil-. TUESDA^ DECEMBER 17. IHM. 



|)i0iufr t)c democrat. 

Mr. PAUL, TUESUAY, NOVBMHgB 17. 



THE NATIONAL FIMNCE^. 

Report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury. 



WHAT THE WAR COSTS, 



getrenekiii«Dt aed KeoDomy Prop<H)«d. 



PRO PERT V 



OF UEBELS TO 
EXPENSES. 



PAY WAR 



Credit Circulation off Trc««ur]r .'Votea. 



The Secretary of the Treasury, ia obedi- 
ence to law, Hubiuits th«.' following report 
to Congress : 

The general principloH by which, as the 
Secretary conceives, the administration 
of the public tinances should be ri-<;ulated, 
with a view to insure the desirable renults 
of efficiency, economy and general pros{>er- 
ity, were .'Jet fortli, with aa much clearness 
and pUiuneM as he ^is capable of, in hi-" 
rept^rt made to Congress on the -ilh day of 
July last. 

In that report, al«K>, the Secretary sub- 
mitted to the consideration of the legisla- 
ture the measar'.'s, by which, in iii.s opinion, 
the pecuniary means necessary to the 
speedy and ei}'ectaal suppression ot the 
;^igantic rebellion set on foot by ciiminal 
con'^piracy against the Government and 
people of tbi United States*, might be 
most certa'niy and Tnf>!»t fronorni'iiliv ol.- 
laioed. 

The estimate* of the several departments 
then laid bcfor^ ' 'onjrres'' by the Seentary 
contemplated au aggro^te expenditure, 
durmg the fiscal year t*>cnd ou tli<> 3utli 
of June, 18G*i, of §318,519,581 h7. 

To provide this sum, the Secretary prod 
posed such m«xli(ications ot the ta'ilf an- 
such internal taxes as would, in hi.s judg- 
ment, produce the sum of eighty millions of 
dollars, :ind such loans, m vsnous forms, 
not exceeding in their aggregate two 
hundred and rifty millions of floliarii, as 
would yield the required n-sidue. 

Without adopting all his recommenda- 
tions in regard to custom-^ and internal 
taxes. Congress made such provision for 
both as was deemed necessary to secure 
the sum pn^posed to be derived from these 
sources, and authorized loans, in the m(ide 
and to the extent proposed by the Secreta> 
ry, for obtaming the additional .sum re- 
quired by the estimate. 

TICK LOAN A«TT.«. 

li now becomes bis duty to give some ac- 
couut of the execution and practical opera- 
tion of these measures, and in the perform- 
ance of it he solicits, first, the attHntion of 
Congress to that part of them relative to 
loans. 

The acts uutborizing loans provided: 

First— For a national ioati of one hun- 
drtd millioQS of dollars, or any larjivr ?tim. 
not exceeding the whole amount authorize J. 
in bunds or Treasury notes, bearing 7.3U 
per cent. inttTtst, payable three ytars alter 
date, and convertible at or beiore maturity 
into twenty years six per cent bouds. 

Secondly — For a loan in Europe or in the 
United States, at the discretion of the Sec 
retary, of one hundred million^ of dollars 
payable twenty years after date, and bear 
ing interest not exceeding seven per cent. 

Thirdly— For the is.sue. in payments to 
public creditors, or in exchange tor coin, of 
Treasury notes payable one year after date, 
bearing an interest of 3 65 per cent, and 
couvertibie into the three years 7. 30 bonds 
or Treasury notes. 

Fourthly — For the iss^ue of notes, payable 
uu demand and receivable lor all public 
dues, to be used as coin in payments and 
exchanges. 

The aggregate of notes of the two last 
descriptions was limited to gftv millions ot 
dollars, in denominations le.-*s tlian filty, but 
not le:<s than five dollars. 

A lurtber authority was conferred by th;- 
act to i.-^ue Treasury notes ot any of the 
specified denominations, bearing six percent, 
mterestand payable not overtwelv« inODlbs 
from date, to an amount in-t exc-eding 
twenty millions ot dollar-^ 

HOW TH« rMMKDI.\TE EXIOEN* IFS WKKK i-Ri'- 
J. VIDKD FOR. 

To provide tor immediate exigenciw wu< 
the first duty of the Secretary, and he per- 
lormed it by issuing, under autlioritie- con- 
ferred by various avt-. f.ir payment to pub- 
lic creditors or lor advances <>f cash, 814. 
Ol9,034,t)G in Treasury notes, payable in 
two years, and bearing six |)er cent, interest, 
:iud Sl2,rf77.T50 in Treasury notes, bearing 
the .same rate of interest, but payaljle sixty 
days after date. 

VROVI'ION FOB RROl'L.\R A\l> CONTIVnOI'S 
EXPEN.SKS. 

Ili-i next care was to provido for the reg- 
ular add continuous di?burst*nu'nLJi of the 
war, under the acts o( the July session ; and 
with this view he carefully examined the 
various powers conferrttl on him ; compare.! 
the prol>abilities of the American and Eu- 
rof)ean markets tor capital, and considered 
ttie relative advantage^ ;ind diandvantnges 
ol the .several forms oi loan auiiioriz' d. 

THK AGRKEVKST WITH THE H\N"KS. 

Hi- rt flections leil liim to tiie conclu.*-iou 
that the -satest, surest und in.jet Ix'neficiai 
plan would be to eitsruge tlie l>&iikiug iiu-^ti— 
tutions of the three cliiei ctMnmercial citi.s 
ot the St aboard to udvancc th* amount- 
needed for dtsjursemeul ia the .oi lu ot ioaiiS 
lor three years 7.30 bonds, to bo reimbursed 
as Jar as practicable, Iroui the proceeils ol I 
similar iKjnit, sabscribed tor iiv the people ! 
through the agencies of the uaLionai loan ; | 
using, uh aiiwbile, himselt, to a limited ex- 



vance of fifty millions should be expended,' 
would, if practicable, make another, and 
when that sboold be exhausted, still another 
advance to the goveromeut. of the aame 
amotmt and on similar terms. 

The objects of this arrangement were» 
(1st) to place at the command ot the gov- 
ernment the large sums immediately nmied 
tor the payment of maturing Trea.sury notes, 
and for other disborsemenis, ordinary and 
extraordinary ; (2d) to secure to the pecple 
et|ual opportunity with the batiks for parti 
ci pat ion in the loan ; (3dj to avoid compe- 
tition between tiM government and tke aM»- 
elated institutions in the disposal of bonds ; 
(4th) to facilitate and secure further ad- 
vances to the government by the associates, 
if required ; and (5th) to insure, if possible, 
the maintenance of payments in specie, or 
its actual equivalents and representatives. 

All these objects were, happily, accom- 
plished Fifty millions of dolUirs were im- 
mediately advanced by the banks, llie 
Secretary caused books of subscription to 
be opened throughout the country, and the 
people subscriboi lireely to the loan. The 
amounts thu-s subscribed were reimbursed to 
tlic banks ; and the satn reimbursed, though 
then covering but little more than half the 
amount, enabled those institutions, when a 
seamd loan w as required, to make a .second 
advance ol 850,000,000. 

THE TWO UJ\Si NKUOTIATEO AT HOME AND 
AT J'AK. 

Thus two loans ot §50,000,000 each have 
been negotiated for thre<; years 7.30 bonds 
at par. The first of these loans was nego- 
tiated, and the first isane of bonds beard date 
on the 19th of August ; the second on the 
first o( October. 18G1. 



rUK TKR.>fS OK THK THIRD LOAN, ALSO KKU)o 
TlATKD AT HOMK. 

Ol) the Kith of Xovember a third loan 
was negotiated with the associated institu- 
litins, under the authority given to the Sec- 
re'ary to borrow a Rum not exceetiii'L; one 
hundred millions, in Kurojx; or the United 
States, ut a rate ol interest not exceeding 
seven f>er cen*. As no n'asonaole pro.spect 
apiJeareil ot ot)laiDing terras equally advan 
tagi oils by adverti«>meat, aud u<t it was 
manifestly for the interest of the government 
to n'goiiate at home rather than incur the 
?X(K'nso and hazard of negotiation abroad, 
the Secretary, under the authority of the 
.sevtuth section of ihe act of Augusts, 1861, 
arrui'gt*! this third loan also with the asso- 
ciatts, by agreeing to issue to them Sfly 
millions of dollars In six per cent, bonds, at 
a rate equivalent to par for the bonds bear- 
ing seven per ceut. interest, authorized by 
the act ol July 17. This negotiation, 
th()Ugb less atlvantageous to the govern- 
ment, considered under the light of a simple 
money tran-saction, than the two prior loans, 
was, 111 some respects at least, more so. It 
was coupled with no arrangement for reim- 
bursement, and entailed no immediate ex- 
pense on the Treasury, beyond that of pre 
paring and issuing the bonds. It was 
coupled, also, with an understanding, in the 
form ot an option to the associates, that on 
or after the l.st of January a fourth advance 
ot fifty millions should be made on the same 
lenn.s with the first and second, if practica- 
h\e and required by the Secretary. 

AM<JL'NT8 RKALIZRD FROM UlAKS. 

In addition to the loans thus made, the 
Secretary ha* issued United States notes, 
payable on demand, in denominations of five, 
ten and twenty dollars, of which there were 
in circulation, according to the las' retnrns, 
on the 30th day of November, 1861, ^21,- 
165,220 ; and there remained in the treasu^ 
ry at the same date, $3,385,105. The 
amount thus issued, so far as it enters into 
the circulation ol the country, may be regar- 
ded as a loan from the people, payable on 
demand, without interest. 

A brief recapitulation will exhibit the 
general result: 

Tbore wn paid u» ereditom, or *x- 

changiMl for cuia %t par, at diSer- 

«at (latM in July aad Auijmit, «ix 

percent, two jre»r8' notes, tu the 

ainuuBt of j>14,Ul»,034 60 

Tberu ww borrowed, »t pat, in the 

muiif months, uptJD xixiy da;ii' 

lix p«r cent, notes the lam ot. . . 12,877,7&0 00 
Thorw wao borrowe.i, at par, on 

the 19th ol AuKUf.t, upou Ihrev 

gears' 7.^ bundn, iHxatid tor the 

nibxt part to Habif«riherii to the 

NatiotutlLuau &0,U00,000 00 

Thertf wa.'< borrowed on the lot of 

Octaber, upoo like securitien 50,000,000 00 

There waa burroired, at parforB«T«n 

per ceut. on the lOtb ot November, 

upon twenty years' six per ct'iit. 

butidK, reduce<l to the equivalent 

or nevHu.s. including int<3re«t 46,796.47*^ 4m 

There hcve been ix.sued, and were in 

circaLation and on deposit with the 

TreaHurtT, on the 30th of Novem- 
ber, ot° L'nited Stater' uiit«e, paya 

b!e on demand 24,560,S-25 Oo 

Maiking au aggravate realized 
from loans ia v&rioua forms u( S19T,^2.68S 14 

THE RKVE.NLE 

While success thus c*omplete has so fur at 
leiidid the measures relating to loans, the 
.Secretary regrets to say that the receipts of 
revenue Irom duti..s have not as yet fulfilled 
the expectations indulged at the date of his 
July report. 

The act modifying the rates of duties 
which received the final sanction of Con- 
gress, diBered in several respects from the 
measure which he had the honor t»( submit 
ting to their considt^ration. In most of 
these particulars, especially in the diminish- 
ed duties on tea, cotfee and sugar, and in 
the exemption (r<iin the operaions of the act 
ot goods in warehciases and on ship board, 
the diflftrence, however, warranted by con- 
.lidoralions of general policy, was certainly 
disadvantageous; to tiie revenue; while anoth 
cr and perhaps in^re potential cause of re- 
duced receipts may h.' found in the changed 
circumstances ol the country, which have 

S roved. ( ven beyond anticipation, nnfavora- 
le to foreign commerce. 
At the date ol his report the Secretary 
counted on a revenue from Csntoms for the 
financial }ear 18G2 of fiity-feven millions of 
dollars, but the circumstances to which he 
has just adverted now constrain him to re- 
duce this ealimale to $32,198,602 5.^. 
The iccvipts from Coatoma for the first 



tent, in aiil of these advaua% the power to i quJi''^""- "iding on the 30th of September, 



receipts of 



issue cotes of smaller denouiination.s tiian 
fifty dollars, piiyabie on demand. 

UpiMi this plan he uu|iu(i tiiat the capital 
•»f the banktug in-tiluiious and the capital 
of the peopJe might be so e>tmbintd with 
the credit of the government in a proper 
provision lor uece-ssary exi»enduurea as tu 
giv«- efficiency to administrative action, 
whether civil or military, and competent 
support t<» public credit. Th>' rcu.'t tiiui 
far ha^ fulfilled that hopi>. 

Representatives from the banking iasti- 
tutions of the three cities, responding to his 
invitation, met him for consultation in New 
York, and, alter full conference, agreed to 
unite as associate.s in moneyed support to 
the government, and to *utwt.Tibe at once a 
k>an of fifty millions ol dollars, of which 
five milli.ns were to be piid immediately 
to the Assistant Treasurers, in coin, and the 
residue, also in coin, as needed for disburse- 
ment. The Secretary, on his part, agreed 
to i*ue three years 7.30 bonds or Treasury 
notes, bearing even date with the subscrip- 
tion of equal amounts; to cause boe)ks of sub- 
scription to the national lean to be immedi* 
ately opened;to reimburse the a:lvances of the 
banks, as far as practicable from this na 
tional subscription ; and to deliver to them 
7.30 bonds or Treasory notes for the amount 
not thus reimbursed. It was further under 
stoo<l that the Secretary ot the Treasury 
should issue a limited amount of United 
States notes, payable on demand, in aid of j 
the operations of the Treasury, and that the m^utr^foT''lno^^t^TuiWlm^'^t of 



were $7,11)8,602.65; while tho receipts lor 
the tiiree remaining quarters connot be-afe 
ly estimated at more that $25,000,000, 
mukiog the aggregate f>r the year the sum 
just mentioned, ot §32,198,602.55. 

The estimates ot receipt.^ Irom lands and 
miscellaneous sources must al.s«} be re- 
duced from $3,000,000 t . 82.354,062 89, of 
which 8354,062 89 were received during 
the quarter ending 30th September, 1861, 
and §2,000,000 are the estimated recei 
the three remaining quarters, 

The f)nly otmr source of revenue which 
promises an addition to the resources of the 
year is the direct tax authorized by Con- 
gress, from which, if iijicreafled to (he limit 
propossed by the Secretary, and assumed 
by the States, the further sam cf $20,000,- 
000 may be expected. 

The aggregate ol revenue from all .sources 
may, therefore, be estimated at4J$54.562,- 
665. 44. which is less by $25,447,33 56 
than the estimate of July. 

This reduction, however, though arge, 
would not have compelled the Secretary to 
ask any additional powers for the negotia- 
tion of loans beyond those asked for i nbis 
July report had appropriations and ei pen- 
ditures been confined within the est ates 
then submitted. 

THE «-;08T 01 THE ARMY BXCRBDS THK BSTI^ 
M.\TBS. 

Ttiese estimates, it will be remembered, 
contemplated expenditures in all depart- 



associated institutiot«, when the first ad.ls3i8,5l9.58l 87. Ot this sum $185 4896,- 



397 1 9 were for additional appropriations 
required by the Department of War and 
§17,652,105 09 for appropriations already 
made for that department. The basis of 
the animates tor these additional appropria- 
tions was ibe understanding that it would be 
necessary to bring into the field for the sup- 
pression of the rebellion, two hundred and 
fitly thousand volunteers, in place of the 
aeveoty-five thousand drafted militia origi- 
nally called out, and to increase the regular 
army by the addition of eleven new regi- 
ments, making a total force, including the 
regular army already organized, of about 
300,000 men. After estimates for this 
force had been furnished to the Secretary, 
in accordance with hiw, and his own report, 
foundeil upon them, had been closed, the 
President tnodgbt it expedient, in order to 
make the contest short and decisive, to ask 
Congress to place at the control of the gov- 
eromect at least four hundred thousand 
men and four handrd millioos of dollars. 
In the number thus called for the regulars 
were included. Congress, animated by the 
Same desire for a short and decisive contest, 
went beyond this recoraraeodation of the 
President, and authorized the acceptance of 
volanteers in such numbers, not exceeding 
five hundred thousand men, as he might 
deem necessary. Congress also authorized 
the whole increase of the regular army esti- 
mated for by the Department, and provided 
further for additional compauies and for new 
officers in several branches of the military 
.service. 

The action of Congrcs.«, therefore, con- 
templated, the employment, if necessary, ot 
a force, including the existing regular army, 
ot about five hundred and fifty thousand 
;neo. To ensure its efficiency, the Presi- 
dent was authorized to appoint any number 
ol major generals and brigadier-generals he 
might think Decea?:»ry, and to increase the 
stall' of major-generals ir the field by dis- 
cretionary appointments ot aids decamp; 
with various rank, from captaiu to colonel. 

This large increase of the army in men 
and ofiicers, and the liberal additions made 
by Congress to pay and rations, have aug- 
mented, and must necessarily augment, ex- 
{jeuditure far beyond the limit indicated by 
ihe original estimates ; and the limits must 
be still further extended by the additional 
sums required for the increase of the navy, 
and for other objects. 

ADDITIO.NAI. APPROPRIATIONS NECESSARY. 

To meet these increased demands, arising 
almost wholly from the increase of the army 
and navy, and the increase of pay and ra-> 
tiODs beyond the original estimates, large 
additional appropriations have been and will 
be necessary. 

Of these additional appropriations $47, 
985,566,61 were authorized by acts of the 
last session, and $142,130,927 7G are now 
asked for, making an aggregate increase, iu- 
cloding $22,787,933 31 for indefinite appro- 
priations and redemption of tempoary debt, 
beyond the estimates of July of $213,904,- 
427 68. 

To provide the large sums needed for the 
disbursements of the current jear, and the 
large sums which the exigencies of the suc- 
CLtding year may require, will necessarily 
engaore the most serious attention of Sena- 
tors and Representatives. 

The first great object o( reflection and 
endeavor, in the judgment of the Secretary, 
should be the reduction of expenditure 
withiu the narrowest practicable limits. 
Retrenchment and reform are among the in 
dispensable duties of the hour. Contracts 
for supplies to the army and navy, as well 
as for public work of ail descriptions, should 
be subjected to strict supervision, and the 
contractors to rigorous responsibility. Ali 
unnecessary offices should be abolished, and 
salaries and pay shoukl be materially redu 
ced. In these ways the burdens of the peo- 
ple, imposed by the war, may be sensibly 
lightened ; and the savings thus effected will 
be worth more in beneficial efTect and influ- 
ence than the easiest acquisition of equal 
sums even without cost or liability to repay- 
ment. 

THE PROPERTY OF BKBBl.3 TO HELP PAY THB 

EXPENSES. 

While thus recommending retrenchment 
and the prevention of abuses, the Secretary 
eels constrained to renew the suggestion 
heretofore submitted by him, that the prop- 
erty of rebels should be made to pay io part 
at least, the cost of rebellion. Property of 
great value in loyal states is held by pro 
prietors who are actually or virtually en- 
gaged in that guilty attempt to break up 
the Union and overturn its government 
which has brought upon our country all the 
calamities we now endure. That property 
is justly forfeited to the people, and should 
be subjected, with due regard for all rights 
and interests concerned, to sequestration or 
confiscation, and the proceeds should be api. 
plied to the satisfaction of claims arising 
from the war. 

Property of rebels in rebel states should 
be treated in like manner. Rights to ser- 
vices, under state laws, must, of necessity, 
from an exception to any rule of confisca- 
tion. Persons held by rebels, under such 
law?, to service as slavas. may, however, be 
justly Uberated from their constraint, and 
made more valuable in various employments, 
through voluntary and comj)en.sated service, 
than i! confiscated as subjects of property. 

Whatever may be saved by retrenchment, 
however, or exacted from rebellion, large 
sums mast remain to be provided for by 
taxation and loans. 



ORDINARY KXl'KXDITURES TO BE PAID UY Ol- 
RE<7r TAXATION. 

Already in a former report the Stcre- 
tary has had tbe honor of stating the princi- 
p|t.^ by which as he conceives, the propor- 
tions of taxation and loans should be deter- 
mined. Reflection has only confirmed his 
opinion that adequate provision by taxation 
for ordinary expenditures, for prompt pay- 
ment of interest on the public debt, exist- 
ing and authorized, and for the gradual ex- 
tinction ot the principal, is indispensable to 
a sound system of finance. The idea of 
perpetual debt is not of American nativity, 
and should not be naturalized. If, at any 
time, the exacting emergencies of war con> 
strain to temporary departure from the 
principle of adequate taxation, the first mo- 
ments of returning tranquility should be de- 
voted to its re-establishment in full suprema- 
cy over the financial adniinistratioa of af 
fairs. 

INCBEASK OF DUTIES BECOMMENDED. 

It is now even more apparent than at 
the date of the July report that duties on 
imports cannot be relied upon as a source 
of revenue sufficient for the proper objects 
of taxation. Some modification may, 
perhaps, be judiciously made of the existing 
tariff, and some increase of revenue may in 
this way be probably obtained. 

But existing circumstances are not 
propitious to a wise and permanent adjust- 
ment of imposts to the various demands of 
revenue, commerce and home industry. 
The most sacred duty of the American 
people at this moment requires the conse- 
seoration of all their energies and all their 
resources to the re establishment of Union 
on the permanent foundations of justice 
and freedom ; and while other nations 
look with indifferent or unfriendly eyes 
upon this work, sound policy would 
seem to suggest not the extension of for- 
eign trade but a more absolute reliance, 
under God, upon American labor, Ameri- 
can skill and American soil. Freedom of 
commerce is, indeed, a wise and noble 
policy ; but to be wise or noble it must 
be the policy of concordant and fraternal 
nations. 



In accordance with these views, the 
Secretary begs leave to recommend that 
the duties on tea, coftee and sugar be in -' 
creased to the rates heretofore proposed ; 
that is to say, to two and one halt cents 
per pound on brown sugar ; to three cents 
on clayed sugar ; to twenty cents per 
pound on green tea, and to five cents per 
pound on coffee ; and that no other alter- 
ations of the tariff be made during 
the present session of Congress, unlese 
further experience or changed circum- 
stances shall demonstrate the necessity or 
expediency of them. All considerations of 
prudence and patriotism seem to concur in 
favor of giving to the existing tariff a full 
and fair trial, and of reserving the work of 
revision, modification and permanent set- 
tlement for more propitious da3s. 

THK TRADE OF THE COUNTRY IN('REASINi3. 

It has been already remarked that the re- 
ceipts of revenue from duties during the 
first two quarters of the current year have 
not equaled expectation. It is highly prob- 
able, however, that the revenue of the last 
two will couidorably exoeed that of the 
first two quarters of the year. A consider- 
able improvement in the condition of trade 
and industry is clearly perceptible, ixv^. 
promises to be permanent: Au increase oi 
the revenue from customs may therefore be 
reasonably anticipated 

It is quite clear, however, that no antic- 
ipation of revenue from imports, sufficient 
in amount for the various demands of orui- 
uary and extraordinary expenditure, can be 
wisely indulged, so long, at least, as the ex- 
isting contest shall be prolonged; nor is it 
probable, should th« debt created in the 
suppression ol the rebellion reachjvery large 
proportions, that the customs revenue will 
suffice tor those demands daring, the first 
years alter the restoration of peace. 

It becomes the duty of Congress, thore- 
foro, to direct its attention to revenue from 
other sources, to consider the character and 
extent of the provision made at its lost ses- 
sion, and the expediency of further provision 
of a similar charncter. 

The provision made at tbe last session 
was ot two descriptions: first, a direct tax ol 
$20,000,000, of which $14,846,018 was ap- 
portioned to States and Territories ac- 
knowledging their obligations to the Union, 
and $5,153,982 to States the citizens of 
which repudiate those obligations and are 
in open rebellion; and secondly, an internal 
duty of three per centum on ali annual in- 
comes, with certain exceptions aud deduc-' 
tions. 

DIRECT TAXES TO BE COLLECTED BY GOVKR- 
N0R8 OK STATES. 

As it is highly desirable to avoid, as long 
as practicable, introduction into the States 
of tiederal agencies for the assessment and 
coflection of taxes, the Secretary, relying on 
assurances from Governors of various States 
that the amounts apportioned to lliem rf»s- 
pectively will be assumed, collected and 
paid, through existing State airencies, has 
hitherto refrained from ailvisiug the appoint- 
ment of the officers necessary for direct as- 
sessment and collection. He has be<'n the 
more readily persuaded to this course because 
both the income and direct tax are requires 
to be assessed with reference to vaUiation- 
which can only be ascertained for the purd 
poses of the income tax, after the first day 
of January, and for the purposes of the di- 
rect tax, after the Ist day of April next. 

THE INCOME TAX. 

The Secretary is acquainted with no sta- 
tistics which afford the means of a satisfac- 
tory estimate of the amount likely to be 
realized from the income tax. Considering, 
however, how large a proportion of incomes, 
alter the deductions sanctioned by law. will 
fall within the exemption limit of $i800 a 
year ; and considering also what numerous 
questions will certainly perplex its aa-sess 
nicnt aud collection, he respectfully submits 
to the consideration of Congress whether 
the probable revenue affords a suSBcieiit rea- 
son for putting in ojieration, at great cost, 
the machinery of tbe act, with a view, should 
the States assume the direct tax, to the col- 
lection of the income tax alone. 

The prudent foreca-st which induced Con 
gress to postpone to another year the oeeesn 
sity ot steps for the practical enforcement of 
the law, affords, happily, tlie opportunity of 
revision and modifacation. It affords, also, 
the opportunity of comparing the amount of 
needed revenue wi:h the probable incomo 
from taxes of every kind, aud of .so shaping 
legislation as to secnro. beyond doubt, the 
sums essential to the fulfilment of national 
obligations and the mainieuauce of the na- 
tional credit. 

TUE DIRECT TAX TO BR INCREASED. 

In the judgment of the Secretary, it will be 
necessary to increase the direct t.ix so as to 
produce Irom the lo/ai Slates alone a reven- 
ue ot at least twenlj millions ot dollars, aud 
to lay such duties oil stills and distiikd li- 
quors, on tobacco, on bank note?, on car> 
riages. or legacies, on paper evidences of dr])t 
and instruments for conveyance of property, 
and other like hubjects of taxation, as wiii 
produce an equal additional sum. The ex- 
isting provision for an income tax, just in its 
principle, inasmuch as it requires l;irgesl 
contributions from largest meaus, may, |x>s- 
sibly, and if somewhat modified will, proba- 
bly, produce ten millions of dollars more. 
The aggregate taxation will thus amount to 
fifty millions of dollars. 

The Secretary is aware that the wira is 
large ; but seeing, as he does, no probability 
that tbe revenue from ordinary sources will 
exceed forty millions of dollar^ duriug the 
current year, and knowing, as he does, that 
to meet, even economized disbursements, and 
pay the interest on the public debt, aud pro- 
vide a sinking fund for the gradual re(luc- 
tion of its principal, tbe appropriation of 
ninety millions of dollars will be neccsvsary, 
he teels that he must not shrink from a plain 
statement of the actual uoccssities of the sit- 
uation. 

But if the sum is large the means of the 
people are also large ; and the object to be 
attained by a consecration o' a portion of 
them to the public service is priceless. Tiie 
real property of the loyal States is valued, in 
round numbers, at seven and a half thou.sands 
of millions ; the personal property of three 
and a half thousands of millions ; 
and the annual surplus earnings ot 
the loyal people at not less than three 
hundred millions of dollars. Four milLs ou 
each dollar, or two fifths of one per ceut. on 
the real and personal property of the loyal 
States, will prodvce forty four millioai of 
dollars ; to which sum the proposed income 
tax will probably add ten millions. The 
whole sum will be little more than one sixth 
of tbe surplus earnings of tbe country. 

Certainly, such a tax canuo! be paid with- 
out inconvenience; doubtless the legisi'tture 
which impaes such a tax must take care 
that the money thus raised be used econom- 
ically, prudently and honestly. Bui can 
any one hesitate about such or even greater 
contrifcHitions when the Union and the pop- 
ular institutions which it guards are put in 
peril by rebellion, and the public faith 
pledged to our own citizens, who, in many 
instances, have placed the whole earnings 
of industrious lives in the hands of the gov- 
ernment for its suppression, asks support ? 

FURTHER RKLIANCK TO BE PLACED UPON 
LOAXS. 

It will be seen at a glance that the 
amount to be derived Irom taxation forms 
but a small portion of the sums requinxl for 
the expenses of the war. For tbe rest the 
reliance must be placed on loans 

Already, beyond the expectations of the 



most sanguine, the country has responded 
to tt)« api^eals of the Secretary. The meaus 
adapted tor 8» curing iiurreiice ol all 

clashes of citizens ia t....ui .il support to the 
govemmf nt have been already explained, 
ii remains only to be said here Uiat, while 
the action of the banking institutions in as- 
suoiing the immediate responsibility of the 
whole advances, b'therto required, as well as 
the final responsibility of much the largest 
portion of them, merits high eul^ium, the 
pr©nif>t patriotism with which citizens of 
moderate meaus and working nu-n and 
working women have brought their individ- 
ual offerings to the service 6f their countrv. 
must command even warmer praise, it 
should be the constant care of the national 
legislature and oi the national governtBent 
in all its departments that tbe generous con- 
fidence reposed by the poor as well as by 
the rich in the public faith be never disap- 
pointed. 

It must not be concealed, however, that 
tbe condition of the national finances when 
the present Secretary entered upon the du- 
ties of his office, though somewhat improved 
during the able aud upright though brief 
administration of his immediate predecessor, 
was such as to make disadvantageous rates 
in the negotiation oT loans inevitable. It 
affords just occasion of gratulation that, 
under most embarrassing circumstances of 
shaking credit aud immense demands, loans 
have bixii effected at home, without resort 
to any foreign market, to tbe amount of one 
hundred and ninety-seven millions of dol- 
lars, with a virtual engagement lor fifty 
millions more, at an average rate, consider- 
ing the conversion of the three years' 7.30 
bonds into twenty years' six per cent, bonds 
as certain, of somewhat le^s than six and a 
half per ccni.. 

THE KATE OF INTEKKST. 

This rate of interest is, however, higher 
than the United States, with their vast and 
constantly accumulating resources, ought to 
pay. \o doubt reasonably exists that after 
tbe re-establishment of union and order the 
five per cent, bonds of the United States will 
command a premium in the markets of the 
world, unless the national debt be, mean- 
time, augmented beyond necessity or reason. 
The wealth aud power of the country, man- 
ifested io the suppression of rebellion , will 
demonstrate the absolute safety (f invest- 
ment in United Scates stocks ; and foreign 
capitalists, restricted to the lower interests 
and the inferior .security of public debt in 
other countries, will be attracted by the su- 
perior advantages offered by the loans of 
tbe Union. 



THE PROBLEM OF SUPPLY. 

To enable the government to obtain the 
necessary means Tor prosecuting the war to 
a successful issue, without unnecessary cost, 
i*s a problem which must engage the most 
careful attention of the legislature. 

The Secretary has given to this problem 
the best consideration in his power, and now 
begs leave to submit to Congress the result 
of his retlectious. 

Tbe circulation of the banks of the Uni- 
ted States on the 1st day of January, 
1801, was computed to be $202,000,767. 
Of this circulation .^ 150,000,000, in round 
uuiubcrs, was in Stales now loyal, inclu- 
AVest Virginia, and $50,000,000 in the re- 
bellious States. The whole of this circula- 
tion constitutes a loan without interest from 
the people to tbe banks, costing them 
nothing except the expense of issue and 
redemption aud the interest on the specie 
kept on hand for the latter purpose ; and 
it deserves consideration whether sound 
policy does not require that the advan- 
tages of this loon be transferred, in part 
at least, from the banks, representing only 
the interest of the stockholder.s, to the 
Government, representing the aggregate 
interests of the whole people. 

It has been well questioned by the most 
eminent statesmen whether a currency' of 
bank notes, issued by local institutions un- 
der State laws, is not, in fact, prohibited by 
the National Constitution. Such emis- 
sions, certainly, fall within the spirit if not 
within the letter of the constitutional pro- 
hibition of these emissions of bills of credit 
by the States , and of the making by them 
of auything except gold and silver coin a 
legal tender in payment of debts. 

Uowever this may be, it is too clear to 
be reasonably disputed that Congress, 
under its constitutional power to lay taxes, 
to regulate commerce and to regulate the 
value of coin, possesses ample authority to 
control the credit circulation which enters 
so largely into the transactions of com- 
merce and affects iu so many ways the 
value of coin. 

in the judgment of the Secretary, the 
time has arrived when Congress shonld e.'^- 
ercise this authority. The value of tlic ex- 
isting bank-note circulation dejiends on the 
laws of thirty-four states and the character 
of some sixteen hundred private corpora- 
tions. It i.s usually furnished iu greatest 
proportions by institutions of least actual 
capital. Circulation, commonly, is in the 
inverse ratio ot solvency. Well-founded 
institutions, of large and polid capital, have, 
in general, comparatively httle circulation; 
while weak corporations almost invariably 
sejk to sustain themselves by obtaining from 
the people the largest possible credit in this 
form. Under such a system, or rather lack 
of system, great fluctuations and heavy losses 
iu discounts and exchanges are inevitable; 
and not iinfrcqucntly, through failures of 
the issuing institutions, considerable portions 



and strictly confined to tbe real needs of the 
people, and kept constantly equivalent to 
specie by prompt and certain redemption in 
coin, it will hardly fail ol legislative sanction. 
The plan, however, k not without serious 
inconveniences and hazards. The tempta- 
tion, especially great in times of pressure 
•nd danger, to issue iiotes without adequate 
provision for redemiition ; the ever-present 
liability to be called on for redemption be- 
yond means, however oaretully provided and 
managed ; the hazar<l of panics, precipita- 
ting demauds for coin, concentrate on a iew 
points and a single fuad; the risk of a depre 
ciated, depreciating, and finally worthless pa~ 
per money ; the immeasurable evils ot a 
dishonored public faith and national bank- 
ruptcy ; all these are possible consequences 
of the adoption of a sy.;vem of government 
circulation. It may be said, and perhaps 
truly, that they art less deplorable than 
those ol au irredeemable bank circulation. 
Without entering int^ that comparison, the 
Secretary contents l.imself with observing 
that, in his judgment, these possible disas- 
ters so £ar outweigh the probable benefits of 
the plan that he feel? himsell constrainod to 
forbear recommending its adoption. 

A CREDIT CIRCULATION DKSIRABLE. 

The second plan suggested remains for 
examination. Its principal features are, 

let A circulati^Jii of notes bearing a 
common impression and authenticated by a 
common authority ; 2d, the redemption of 
these notes by the a«oc ations and institu- 
tions to whioh they may be delivered for is* 
sue ; and third, tbe security oi that redemp 
tion by the pledge oi' United States slocks, 
and an adequate provision of specie. 

In this plan the pjople, in their ordinary 
businees, would find tbe advantages <A uni 
formity in currency ; of uniformity in eecu 
rity ; of effectual safeguard, it effectual sale- 
guard is possible, against depreciation ; and 
ot protection from losses in discounts and 
exchanges ; while in tbe operations of tbe 
governmest the people would find the fur- 
ther advantage af a large demand for gov- 
ernment tecuritiee, of increased fucilitiea for 
obtaining the loans required by the war, 
and of some alleviation o' the burdens of 
industry through a dimioatiou in the rate 
of iuterest, or a part icipation in the profit 
ot circulation, witbcut risking the perils of 
a grcdt money moodpoly. 

A further and important advantage to 
the people may be reasonably expected in 
tbe increased securiiy of the Union, spring- 
ing from the common interest in its preser- 
vation created by the distribution of its 
stocks to associations throughout the coun- 
try, as the basis of their circulation. 

The Secretary entertains tbe opinion 
that it a credit circulation in any form be 
desirable it is most desirable in this. The 
notes thus issued and secured would, in his 
judgment, form the safest currency which 
this coantry has e^'er enjoyed ; while their 
receivability for all government dues, ex- 
cept customs, would make them, wherever 
payable, of equal value as a currancy, in 
every part of tbe irnion. 

The large amount of 8|)ecie now in tbe 
United States, reaobiug a total of not less 
than two hundred ind seventy. five millions 
of dollars, will ea«ily support payments ol 
duties in coin, whii 3 these payments and or- 
dinary demands will aid in retaining this 
sp> cib in the country as a solid basis both 
ot circulation and loans. 

The whole circulation of the country, ex- 
cept a limited amouat of foreign coin, would, 
after the lapse of two or three years, bear 
the impress of the nation, whether io coin 
or notes ; while tb? amount of the latter, 
always easily attainable, and of course al- 
ways generally known, would not be likely 
to be increased l)eyond tbe real wants ot 
business. 

He expresses an opinion in favor of this 
plan with the greater confidence because it 
bus the advantage of recommendation from 
experience. It is not an untried theory. 
In the State of New York and in one or 
more ol the other States it has been sub- 
jected in its most edsential parts to the test 
of experiment, and has been found practi- 
cable and u.seful. Tbe probabilities ol suc- 
cess will nut be diminished, but increased 
by its adoption under national sanction and 
for the whole country. 

It only remains to add that the plan is 
recommended by one oth-t consideration, 
which, in the judgment of tbe Secretary, is 
entitled to much influence. It avoids al- 



and interest, are 302.036.761 21 

And the et<tim.Ued expeodu 

tares aodir tlje aiitiitiuual ap* 

nropriatious nuw aoked tor 

are — 
For civil service 

and iDCrea«ed 

interest $5,166,438 99 

And *or the War 

aud Navy Ue- 

paitmenu.... 137.964.488 77 

"^ 143,130.927 76 

Making a total of actual Mti- 
mated expcaJitures under 
•Justing and aaked appropri- 
ations of 643,406,422 OG 

Frum which deduct actual esu- 
maied r«c«sipt«,&s above stat- 
ed 329601,994 38 



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Making an apptireut amount 
for which recuuriie ma.nt be 
had to loans of 213.904.427 6s 

KSTIMATSS FOK 1863. 

It is to be observed, however, that io tbe 
amount estimated for expenditures. $22,- 
870,398 50 IS cfiimated lor puibc debt, 
payment of a considerable part of wbi«h 
will not probably be demanded, and that 
some expeases are estimated tor which may 
be retrenched ; so that the whole amouoi oi 
loans required, in addition to the amount 
already authorized, will certainly not ex- 
ceed $200,000,000. 

For the fiscal year 18G3, commencing on 
the Ist ol July, 1862, and ending oo the 
30th ot June, 1863, no reliable statements 
can be made. It is earnestly to be hoped, 
and, in the judgment of the Secretary, not 
without sufficient grounds, that tbe preaeol 
war may be brought to an auspicious ter- 
micatiou before midsummer. Iu tbateveut 
the provision of revenue by taxation which 
he has recorameiided, will amply suffice for 
all financial exigencies, without resort to 
additional loans ; and, not only so. but will 
enable tbe government to begin at once the 
reduction ol the existing debt. 

ESTIMATED KXPKNDITUKES. 

It is the part of wisdom, however, to be 
prepared for eventualities, and the Secreta-t 
ry therefore submits tbe estimates of tbe 
several departments tor the fiscal year 
1863, based on the supposed continuance of 
the war, as lollows : 

Tbe estimated expenditures are : 
For the civil list, including lor- 
eign intercourse and miscel- 
laneous expenses other thuu 
on account ot the pnblic debt 123,086,971 23 
For the Interior Department 

(Indians and pensions) 4.102,962 96 

For the War Uepartmeut 360,169,966 61 

For the Navy Department 45,104.994 18 

For the public debt— 

iledemplion $2,883,364 11 

interest ou debt 
contracted be- 
fore Ist July, 

1862 29,932,696 42 

Interest on debt 
to be contrac- 
ted after Ist 

July, 1862... 10 000,000 00—42,816,830 63 
Making an aggregate of estima- 
ted expenditures of $475,S31,24S 61 

On the other hand, the esti- 
mated receipts are : 
From cuKloms, lands 
aud ordinary sour- 
ces Uo,^©©,©©© 

Frum direct tax 20 000,000 

From internal duties, 
including income 
tax 30.000,000 



most, if not altogether, the evils of a great 
and sudden change in the currency by offers 
ing inducements to solvept existing institu- 
tions to withdraw the circulation issued by 
Stat authority, and substitute that provided 
by the authority ol the Union. Thus 
through the voluntary action of existing 
instiiutions, aided by wise legiglation, the 
I ifreat iraneition Iron e currency heteroge- 
neous, unequal and unsafe, to one uois 
form, equal aud sale, may be speedily und 
almost impercep'.ib y accompliehed 

CONQRKS.- HAS POWBIi TO RKGULATB THE OUR- 
RKNCY OF THE COUNTRY. 

If the Secretary has omitted tbe discus- 
sion ol the question of the constitutional 
power of Congress to put this plan into 
operation, it is oeci.uae no argument is ncc-^ 
e?8ary to establish i be proposition that the 
power to regulate commerce aud the value 
of coin iuclodes tb< power to regnUte tbe 
currency ol the cointry, or the collateral 
propoeitiou that thit power to tflecl the end 
includes the power to adopt the necessary 
and expedient meats. 

Tbe Secretary entertains tbe hope that 



of the circulation become suddenly worth- the plan now submitted, it adopted with the 
less in tho hands of the people. The recent i limitations and paleguards which the ex- 



experience of^veral states in the valley of 
the Mississippi painfully illustrates the jus- 
tice of these observations, and enforces, by 
the moat cogent practical argutnente, the 
duty of protecting commerce and industry 
against the recurrence of such disorder?. 

The Secretary thinks it possible to com- 
bine with this protection a provision for 
circulation, safe to the community and con- 
venient for the government. 

Two plans for effecting this object are 
suggested. The first contemplates the grad- 
ual withdrawal from the circulation of tbe 
notes of private corporations and for the 
issue iu their stead of Uuite<l States notes, 
payable in coin on demand, in amount" suffi 
cient for the useful ends of a representative 
currency. The second contemplates the 
preparation and delivery, to institutions aud 
associations, of notes prepared for circula- 
tion under national direction, and to be se- 
cured as to prompt convertibility into coin 
by tbe pledge of United States bonds and 
other needful regulations. 

The first of these plans was partially 
adopted at the last session of Congress to 
the provision authorizing the Secretary of 
issue United States notes, payable iu coin, 
to an amount not exceeding fitly million? of 
dollars. That provision may be so exten- 
ded as to reach the average circulation in 
the coantry, while a moderate tax, gradually 
augmented, on bank notes will relieve the 
national from tbe competition of local cir- 
culation. 

It has been already suggested that the sub- 
stitution of national for State currency, upon 
this plan, would be equivalent to a loan to 
the government without interest, except on 
the fund to be kept in coin and without ex- 
pense, except the cost of preparation, issue 
and redemption ; while the people would 
gain the advantage of a uniform currency, 
and relief from a considerable burden in the 
form oi interest on debt. 

These advantages are, doubtk ss, coasider- 
able ; and if a scheme can be devise*] by 
which such a circulation will bo certainly 



perience and wisdon of Senators aud Rtp- 
reseotatives will doubtless suggest, may im- 
part such value and stability to goveminent 
securities that it wil not be dilficult to ol> 
tain the additional loans required for tbe 
service of tbe curnnt and the succetding 
year at fair and reasonable rates, especially 
if tbe public credit be supported by sufficient 
and certain provision for tbe payment of 
interest and ultimeitc redemption of the 
principal. 

FLVAHClAL RKVIBW. 

To obtain a clear understanding of tbe 
amouDt for which i' will become necessary 
to resort to further loans, it is requisite to 
review the financiiil movements of the 
Treasury during the whole of the last and 
first quarter of the current fi^al year, and 
compare, somewhat more closely than has 
been done, the probable wants and probable 
resources of tbe government tor tbe remain- 
ing t^iree quarter of the current and the 
following year. 

In the July repoit the Secretary submit- 
ted a detailed statement, in part estimated 
sbowing the receipts for tbe last fiscal year 
ending tbe 30th June, 1861, including the 
balance in tbe Treasury at its commence- 
ment, to have been ^86,972,893 81, and 
the expenditures to have been 384,577,258 
60j^ and the balano; to have been $2 355,- 
635 21. Actal returns show that tbe ic 
ceipts, including balance, were ^6,835,- 
900 27, tbe expenditures $84,578,834 47, 
and tbe balance ;52 257,065 80. 

For tbe first quarter of tbe present fiscal 
year commencing lut July, 1861, tbe re- 
ceipts and expenditures aic ascertained. and 
tor the remaining three quarters, ending 
30tb June, 18G2, are estimated as follows: 

For tho iirst quarter the ac- 
tual expenditures were.... #98,239,733 09 
For the secoud. ttiird and 

fourth, the estimattd ej^peu. 

ditures, under appropriations 

already miide for tie publio 

service inoladiug civil list, .• 

Interior War and Navy De- 

paitmeuta, and paslio debts 



Making au aggregate of estima- 
ted receipts of 95.800,000 00 



And leaving' a balance to fbe 

provided lor of $379,631,245 ,11 

The whole amount required from loans 
may thirrelore be thus stated : 

For the Hscal year 1862, under 

existing laws $75,449,676 00 

For the fiscal year 1662, under 

laws to be enacted 200,000,000 00 

Fur the tiscal year 18)]3, also 

Quderlawsto be enacted.... 379,531.246 61 

Making an aggregate of $654,9«0,y2O 51 

Tbe total may be stated in round num- 
bers at six hundred and fiffyi-five millions 
ol dollars. 

TH« PUBLIC DKBT. 

A tabular statement will accompany this 
report, showing somewhat more in detail 
the actual and estimated receipts and ex- 
penditures of the financial year 1861, 1862, 
and 18G3. 

It only remains, in order to complete tbe 
view ot the tioauciai situation, to submit a 
statement ot the public debt as it was on 
tbe Ist day ol Juiy, 1860 and 1861, and 
will be, according to the estimates now 
presented, at the same date in each of tho 
years 1862 aad 1863. 

Tbe statement, in brief, is as follows : 

On the iKt day of July, i860, the 

public debt was $64,769,703 OS 

On the Ist day of July, 1861, the 

public debt was 90,867,828 68 

On the Ibt day of July, 1S62, the 

public debt will be .'il7,372,802 93 

Ou the 1st day of July, 1a63, the 

public debt will be 897.372.802 93 

The particulars of which the debt con- 
eiets, and the portions of which have been 
or will be puid or contracted in each year, 
will appear fully in a table which will be 
submitted with this report to Congress. 
Another table will be submitted, showing 
tbe amount of the public debt in each year, 
from 1791 to l^Cl, inclusive. 

THE BURDEN OF THE WAR. 

The Secietary, believing that the frankept 
is tbe wisest policy for natittns as well a.^ 
individual!*, has thought it hi.-j duty to sub- 
mit to Congress this plain statement of tlte 
financial condition of the country. That it 
imposes considerable burdens is not to be 
denied or disguised. It is consoling to 
know that tbe energies and resources ot the 
people are not iniulficient for them. The 
public debt oo the Isl of July, 1863, if the 
war be protracted until that time, on the 
scale of expenses contemplated by the esti- 
mates, wiii be, in round numbers, nine hun- 
dred millions of dollars. Tbe amount of 
tbe publk? debt in tbe year 1816 was 8127,- 
334,y3.> 74, aud in twenty years it whs 
paid off by tbe people. Tbe country, even 
if the loyal States only arc regarded, can 
sustain and pay off in thirty years the debt 
to which rebellion now exposes us with 
hardly greater proportional contributions 
from increased and increasing resources 
than that debt made necessary. 

It will be tor tbe wisdom of Congr388 to 
determine bow tar tbe annual aud the ag- 
gregate burdens of the people shall be di» 
minisbed by retrenchment, by economy, by 
prudent yet vigorous adjustment of means 
to ends, aud by just contributions from 
rebel property. Nothing more certainly 
enhances credit aud improves resources than 
tbe reduction of wants and wise energy in 
administration. 

The Secretary forbears making any re- 
commendation concerning the authorities 
with which it may be expedient to invest 
him in respect to future loans. He bega 
leave to reter this matter altogether to tbe 
better judgment o< Coogre^, suggesting 
only, that, whatever discretion it may be 
thought prudent to jjive him in other rfr. 
spects, tbe rate of interest be limited by 
law. 

Turning now from tbe more immediate 
consideration of the public finances, tbe 
Secretary solicits the attention of Congress 
to some other topics connected with the 
administration of the Treasury Department. 

TRADE WITH THE REBEL STAES. 

By tbe act of Congress ol July 13, 1861, 
commercial ioiereourse with States declar- 
ed to be in insurrection by the President 
was prohibited, and the Secretary of the 
Treasury was authorized to tstablisb such 
rules and regulations as he might deem ex- 
pedient, iu accordance with which, under 
license from the President, a restricted trade 
might be conducted. Upon full considers- 



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tion ol the whole subject it has not been 
dfceoied a<svit«uble as jet to establish aoy 
geueral rules auJ reguiatiuoa tor Bach a 
ttcde. Id a few ioetaDces special liceoses 
hrve been <);rauted to convey particul<ir ar- 
ticles of property lato iiaarrtctiocary 
States, and so curry uu a limited trade witt^ 
pirts of Eastern Tirgiuia itihrthitfd by ioy- 
al people ; bat with the*^ ioconjijderable 
exccptioos, it bms bi^o ititlierlo tbouf^bt 
best to enforce the prohibitKm to the fall 
extfcut oi tiiti uct. Am the act itnelf, how- 
ever, does not seem to cootemplate the for- 
feit ire of prof)erty, onies;* um I for the piir- 
pasrs of the rebelli<Ma, or loand in transit 
to or troiu insurrccriouury .States, its ««> 
cation has not t>een extende*! beyond that 
intent. 

COMMKBCK TO FOLLOW. THK FLAG OF THK 

UNION. 

To avoid, as lar ab p*j«,*it>ie, the practical 
mcoDvenienct:* ot this susfjension of com- 
merce, the tjecretiiry, with itie approoaiioo 
of the f*rfc«ident, has established regulations 
in accortlauce with which cotton, rice and 
ottier pt'Optrty will Iw culiectetl and cared 
for by a^t-;,t:? o' the dcpartmcLl in iu*»urree 
tionary d.^itricts occupied by troops of the 
Union, and will be forwarded by sea to 
New York. AllHaii'i) will be made for aC'- 
count (it iho ^uvcruuitnt, aud the proceeds 
paid into the nutiona! treasury, bubj-ct to 
any ju3t claims of loy at citizens. This ar- 
rangement \-i, of course, temporary in \\% 
nature. As ageuetai ruie, iu li)e judgment 
ot the Secretary, commerce should follow 
the tlig ;and whenever the authority of the 
Unioo is h»ily refilorni iu districts sutfi- 
oieiiliy ixieu»ive iur the re establieument ot 
loyal f>tate goverument, atlbrding due secur- 
ity ugaiDst aitudrd of iiudu iu lurnitshiiig aid 
and comtort tu ribeliiou, the ports Huould 
be opened wittioat restriction, and ail com- 
merce freely p<;rmitted. 

COLLECTION RXPFSSrS REDUCKD. 

With a view to reformation ol abusts and 
redaction of ejcpeusts, tlie Secretary has 
caused must cl the collection districts in all 
the stales and territories not uuder insur- 
rectioii:»ry control, to be visited by an offi- 
cer ut his departmeut. Their inquiries have 
led to the abolition of some offices, aud a 
redaction ot the allowance and compensation 
to the incumbents of others, amounting to 
)$75,095 annually. This hum, with the tem- 
pofury reiliiclio!! of annual expenses, occa- 
sioned by the paspen^ionof official duties io 
the rebellious statt^-, amounting to $644,- 
141 Cb, will more than eutiiou for all tl)e 
expenses arising under the act ot July tor 
the additional agenti?, inspectors aud aids 
requirtrd lor ltd due execution aud the pre- 
Vtnuuu ot illegal tiallic. 

lo this connection the Secretary asks 
permisssou to direct the atieutiuo of Cun- 
gress to the f^cl that surveyors of ports 
tt several points io the Mississippi valley 
•re aloioai cxclu.-^ively occupitd by tlitir 
daties Quder tbe act ot July, and are sub- 
jacted 10 couj^tqaence to iuburs and respan- 
•ibiliiies fur which the compensation now 
allowed by law is ijot equivalent It is 
Ujee lore suggested that the Secretary be 
authoiized to make some addilioiiai •ulow'. 
anccs, to bj paid from the appropriation 
already made for such 3ervice. 

The Secretary a; so recommends that a 
diviHioQ be piovidtd iur ot lorleitures, tines 
and peualtits, under this act, between the 
oflicers, the laforuier and che govemraeni 
corresponding to that no.v allowed by the 
revcnae laws in other cases; and in order to 
protect the interests both of citizens aud of 
the government, he further suggests that in 
all cases of tines, forfeitures and penalties 
under whatever law, whea the amount lu 
controversy dots not exceed one thousand 
dollars, the Secretary be aullioriz:d to pre- 
scribe whatever mode may tieem most con- 
venient aud certain for a^certainiug the facts 
involved, and to tiireet such tittticmeut o. 
the matter io controversy by remitter or 
otherwise, as he ma} deem just. 

The interests ol ttie (ioveru.tuQt will also 
be promoted, iu the judgmeut uf tbe Secre- 
tary, by the appointment ot a Solicitor ol 
Customs, to reside in the city ol New York 
who shall conduct all suits and prssecatioiis, 
and collect all penalties, tices, forfeitures 
and dues tu the goverumeut, under tbe rev< 
euue laws, wiihiii the collection district of 
Xcw York, aud advise (he coiieotor in re- 
spect to all legal questions cunecied with 
the custcmj which may be referred to him 
by that otlicer. 

TUK MINT. 

The operations ul tue Miut durii-g the 
last year were large bey cud precedent. 
The net amount ot bullion received was 
§72,l4t;,571 Ol ; the amount coiued was : 
of gold coins, ^;G0,t>^3,2o7 ; ul silver coins, 
82,005,700 ; of cent coin?, §101,CC0 ; ol 
gold bdrs,S20,Ol5,l63 G4 ; aud of silver 
bars, ;$27b,OOG 94 ; maiiing the total cuiu- 
ageuf the yeui ^tio,0y3,7o7 ub. Oi the 
bullion deposited ii»r>4,l4i^,&Go 32 were re 
ceived at the assay office in Mew York ; ol 
the gold bars $19,948,728 8b, aud ot the 
silver bars, $187,078 63, m value, were 
stamped at the same ofiioe. Ot §799,923,- 
362 14, the entire coinage since the estab- 
lishment of the mint, «.520,000,000 have 
becu coined from bullion daivul from 
mines of the United States. 

Of thegold deposited dnring the last year 
834,216.850 52, and ol the silver tJ6iO.> 
Oil 29, were Irom the mines ot the Lulled 
States ; the remainder tormed part ot the 
unusually large receipts durii.g the year 
from foreign countries. 

C0INA(tK. 

'1 be large and rapidly increasing produc- 
tion of gold iu the territory uf LioKirado 
suggests inquiry into the expediency ol es- 
tablishing an assay office or a branch miut 
at Denver. A private mint for the conve- 
nience of the people, is now in operation at 
that place ; and obvious considerations seem 
to rei}uire the substitution of national Iur 
private agencies in coinage. 

The silver mines of Mcvada and Arizona 
have also yielded large retarns ; and the 
protection of the citizens engaged in ex- 
tracting these treasarea from insurreciiona* 
ry and savage violence, demands the ear^ 
nest consideration of Congress. 

No means exist of ascertaining with ab« 
solute oeriAinty the quantity ot coin now io 
the United States ; bat the best .accessible 
data leads the Secretary to concur in the 
judgment of tbe Director of the Mint, that 
the amOQut is between two hundred and 
seventy-five millions and three bondred mil" 
lions ot dollars. 

The Secretary taki^s great pleasure in di- 
reoting tbe attention ot Coiigrtss to the able 
and instructive report ot that office, and to 
tbe suggestions it contains. 

CliAUlS. 

Under the act ot Jaly 27, 1861, large 
claims have l>cen presented by the author- 
ized agents of the Uoveroors of several 
States tor expenses iocarred on account of 
troops raised by them respectively, and 
employed tor the suppression ol the losurn 
rection ; bat as the act authorizing tbe 
settlement of these claims retjuired proper 
vouchers in support ot them to be tiled and 
passed upon by the accounting officers, and 
as no such vouchers have as yet been fur- 
nished, it has l>een hitherto impracticable 
to adjust and pay them. Inasmuch, how- 
ever as these expenditures were incurred at 
a time when Congress was not in session, 
and when the public exigency was impera- 
tive, and were marked, so far as the state 
meots submitted to him disclosed their 
character, by discretion and patriotism, the 
Secretary thought himself warranted iu 



coTfeetness of the accoaot^, and on ooodi- 
tiou that no further claim should be uiad« 
on account of the expenses contemplated by 
the act until after floal rettleraent upon 
vouchers, tbe sum of tony per ceutuu 0/ 
their respective deraatiJ* ; t»nd ht baa ac- 
cordingly paid to the Sute. of Illnj.-is, 
Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Mi 
chigan. New Hasftpebire, New Jersty, Ohio, 
Penn.^ylvania, iihode island, and Wiscoosio, 
tbe iiggregate sam of ^,014,078 .51. 

As the law did not seem to contemplate 
tbe continued action of state officers for fed 
Ltal u'.fjects, but confined the appropriation 
made by it to expenses incorred, leavio^ ex- 
peiises to be incurred to the aciico ol fuiiiial 
offi<;ers within their respective sphere.-^ ot 
duty, tbe Secretary has not thought himself 
authorized to settle in the unusual mode 
provided by the act, except for advances 
actually made, or at lea»t cootracted for 
prior lo its passage. All other claims are, 
and will be, referred to the War Depart 
ment lor t^uctiou uud jrequisiiion, uolera 
Congress shall be pleasuu lo direct oiuer- 
wise. 

An act of the last Congress authorized 
the payment of claims, allowed for certain 



The wisest ot ourstatesmeo have regard- 
ed tbe attainment of this end, so desirable 
in Itself, as by no means impossible Tbe 
combination of the d«rcim-il system with 
appropriate denominations in a scheme of 
weights, measures and cuins for ioteroation^ 
al uses of commerce, leavioe. if need be, 
the septwate sysieias or uatiuos untoacbed, 
is cerUioiy not beyond toe re-^b ot tbe 
daring g' nius and paiit^t endeavor which 
gave the steam engine and tbe icl^rapb to 
the service of mankind. The Secretary 
respec'fuiiy f-a;;'gfc8ts tbe expediency of a 
^mall appropriation to be used in promot- 
ing iuterchsoge ot opinions betwe^.a inteili 
gent person ol our own and toreign ooan 
tries ou this subject. 

In closing thi^ report, the Secraary takes 
pie«i«ure in Jisking the ooosidf-ratiou of Con- 
gros lui th*^ vanoi.j siiji^estionb of tbe 
beads of the bureaus of the department, 
<;on tamed in their several reportt^, which 
Ire herewith transmitted. It has i een bis 
endeavor, siooe assnoiing^ tbe charge of tbe 
departmiot, to iofB"^ into its action tfte 
greatest possible activity and vi^or ; and it 
is a source of very great satisf«*ctiou to him 



x\EW AUVERTl^ShiMEMVS. 1 Njd:W ADVBRTISEMExN'TS 



J^FW GROCERY HOUSKIjJOGAN & CAMP 



At Saint Paid. 



that his ctlorts have been, in general, lailb 
services and expenst^m Oregon and Wash- fully and zealously supporfe-. by the gen 
ington to be made by tbe issue ol bonds et ti^-^eu with whom he haV beea ?s 
united Slates, bearing i^ix per cent, interest " 
and payable twenty years after date. The 



advancing to the several States, upon certi- / the world, in which the United States al 
neates of the State officers to the general ' ready so largely shares. 



Secretary most respectfully asks the atten- 
tion of Coijgress to the injurious iuHuences 
of authorizing such issues for such pur- 
poses. Oiaioia are easily allowed when pay- 
ment IS to be made otherwise tuan in uiocey, 
and \jii\^A issued for claims are apt to come 
into tlie market in competiliou with bonds 
issued for loans, to the serious prejudice ot 
tbe public credit. Ihat 00 important in- 
jury has resulted from the act just referred 
to IS to be attributed to the laithful vigi- 
lauc-e of the Third Auditor io the ezaaina 
tion of the claims made upon tbe Treasury, 
and the comparativoiy small amount of 
boiido, not exceeding probably, two millions 
eigiit hundred thoosand dollars in all, is^ 
sueil or to be issue J in payment of thtm. 

The attention of Congress is respectfully 
directed to the observations of tne Filth 
Auditor in respect to the abases which 
bave been tolerated in the consnilar system, 
and the expediency of authorizing the ap- 
pointment ot a consul-general for the coast 
and islands of the Pacific. 

In disregard cf repeated warnings of 
impeuding danger in December lust, the 
Secretary of the Treasury, io office at tbe 
time, neglected to take necessary measures 
to secure the vessels and other movable 
property connected with the lighthouse es-. 
tablisbments This jjroperty, therelore, be- 
came the easy prey ot insurrectionary vi- 
olence. 

Acts of rapine and plunder followed each 
other in quick succession as the rebeliion 
spread, until the light of commerce were 
extinguished along the whole coast— except 
at Key West and some neighboring points 

protected by the power of the Uniou 

from the capes of the Chesapeake round to 
the westtro limits ol Texas. 

In other pirts of the couatry the light- 
house system has btCn extended and im- 
proved, until it is surpassed in aids an.J 
beceCu to navigation uud commerce by 
that of no other country. Under tne di- 
rection of the Secretary also, as the rebcU 
lion has been suppressed iu district alter 
district, the lights have been rekindled. 
Already from tue coasts of the Chesapeake, 
from the --aaks of Ilatteras, from the isl 
ands of Port iioyal entrance, and from 
Chundeleur Island iu the Golf, they shine 
once more as the safeguards and symbols of 
fraternal commerce aB>l peicetUi civilization. 
May We not yec hope that the time is not 
i.ir oil when every extinguished light shall 
be in like manner restored amid the rejoic- 
ings of a reunited people ? 

The Secretary resfHictlully invites legis- 
lative uttention to the condition of the ma- 
rine hospitals constructed or in proce.os ot 
construction. 'The number has been in 
creased far beyond necessity or utility, and 
to the serious prejudice of the fund for sick 
and disabkd seumeu, derived Irom the hard 
earningyl the meritorious class to which they 
belong. At pret-eot, indeed, some of these 
hospita s are made available tor the beneht 
of ttie troops, but this use must necessarily 
be partial and temporary. Ot these, there- 
lore, as well as those not thus used, the 
Secretary recommends that those least ad- 
vauUgeously situated and employed be dis- 
posed of on the most lavorable terms, and 
that no new structures be undertaken, ex- 
cept in cases ot the clearest expediency or 
necessity. 

The great value of the Coast Survey has 
been strikingly attestei by recent events. 
The knowledge gained by its operations 
during past years, the experience and skill 
ol naval and military officers acquired in its 
service are now avai'able in the operations 
ot the army and the navy, the ready aid 
now afforded by it, iu examination and sur- 
veys ol harbor and inlets, to the forces of 
tbe Union in their movements upon the 
coast, demonstrate, beyond question, the 
wisdom of the policy which originated and 
has sustained it, The diminished appropri- 
ations required for its support during the 
hscal year 1863 will no doubt be cheerfully 
mude 

Tbe number of vessels in tbe revenue 
service of the department 00 the 4th of 
March, 1861, was twenty nine. Five had 
been previously seized by tbe insurgents, 
aiid one had been ordered to Norfolk for 
repairs, where, having been taken to pieces 
with a view to rebuilding, and therefore 
incapable of removal, she was involved in 
the disasters attendant on the destruction ol 
the Navy Yard. 

Of the vessels connected with the revenue 
service not seized by the rebels, four were 
on the Pacific coa.st, six on the lakes, and 
eighttien on the Atlantic coast. Of those 
on the lakes five have been ordered to ser- 
vice on the Atlantic coast. Nearly half of 
these vessels are uiiht for the purposes of 
the revenue, and will be sold under the 
provisions of the act ol July 2a. 

Under the same act thrte steamers have 
been purchased and equipped, and bave been 
ol essential service in the suppres-sion of uo-i 
lawful commerce of the Chesapeake, and in 
aid of the expedition by which the authori- 
ity of the Union was recently restored on 
tbe Eastern shoie of Virginia. 

With a view to the increased efficiency 
of the service, tbe secretary directed a 
thorough examinatioo to ba made by .- 
compeieot board ol officers, of all candidate, 
lor appomtment, as well as of all officers 
except captaics, already in the service, and 
has made acertitioate from that board of 
entire competency an indispensable con- 
dition of appointment. 

Four revenue cutters are now engaged 
in Coast Survey duty, in connection with 
the naval and military expeditions on tbe 
coasts of tbe insurgent States ; and the 
whole of the remaining number are actively 
engaged io tbe enforcement of the revenue 
laws, and in the protection of commerce. 

Under advertisements for proposals for 
tbe construction of additional revenue 
steamers, under tbe act of July, a large 
number of bids and models have been re , 
ceived, and contracts will be made for five* 
which, when completed, will fully answer 
the existing demands of tbe service. 

The Secretary desires to avail himself of 

this opportunity to invite the attention of 

Congress to the importance of a uniform 

system and uniform nomenclature of w«»<;^bta 

, and measures and coins to the comr . je of 



associated. 
Th6 reports from iLc several bureaus wid 
show how fflucli has beeu aceoiapi'ished 
duriog the year, aixi how well. 'J h« Seere 
tary indulges tbe hope that continued en- 
deavor with larger experience, will make 
tbe dtpartment in all its working, what a 
department charged with duties and respoo 
sibilities so various and important ought to 
be. S. P. CHASE. 



1N8UKANCK 



s. 



S. E A T X, 



■K.> 



MAi. INSLii ^Nijfc; ± CUL.l.K(.:TINO AOENT, 

sr aul, MyfjfBsoiA, 



-riSHTINO r 



racLoWiKG riRai -CLASS 
conrAiiiBs : 



IXEUBAXOK 



*.'> 



MANHATTAN 

NEW yOKii, i 

t^Al'UAl A*i> 'UKf l,US.. S«Xi,IKW 

IIUMBOLUT 

i.vfc t/NHURANCK COMPANY 



Coolev- Tower ifeOo. 

Branch of COOLSV k TOW£B, tf^raerl/ MY- 
KRMORE .k OOOLKYj Su Laui.. 

ESTABLISHED 1843 

WHOLESALK UROCEBS 
AKD 

Oommissioii Merohjuite, j 

IMPORTERS Oi^yoRBICV FRITITS, KCTS, 
WllfKS. I. OtJOKO. SKOABf 4p., 

JACKSOy STREET, bETWESJi LMVjtS * TBUtD. 



Wmrid h:THi> aU of ihelr .?I(I iciend*. fcn4 M ouuiy now 
uDMA* wUI cai'.e to th«ir 

J^:j[i\V J^TOIiE, 

2 DOORS BELOW THgia OLD STAND, 
WHERE THEy HAVE OPENtD OUT THEIR 

SPLEADID STOCK 

OF FALL A^D WINTER 

QOODS, 

ill give MuitofaaUott. 

N Q £ 



Wlileh ihey^ will leU at priee« thai 
Uacl 



iS 



«JK NEW 

capmal and 



YORK CITY. 
rRM.t'fi 



*2«,tfi) 

AKOTIC 

• L . E N SU KAN CE C< > MPAX Y , 
NEW YOUK. 

*- OA . Ali AND SLRPi.L'S $av;.'*)0 

CITY 

X-Kh-^ N» HAiNCE COIVLFANV- 
liAKTPORD. CONJSiKt'TlCUT. 

4 ii CA«"iliSl> AWHaUtli'i.U^ ...»a34.lH/ 

OONN EOTIOUT 

".fc. INtsL^K^NUK COMPANY 
HAKTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 

A ':\i"'TAl. A.MUM . l.l'.S ...»24».000 

xN OKTJdL- W KSTliiliN 

.. lib. A MAKJ NE INS.iJOMf AN Y 
CITY OFOHWhUO, N.Y. 

t-Al'l'lAi. ANO -UM"! ^ *3J7,i!Ki 

>» vv KijL^Ia.ii< iViutuai 

ttOdlON. MAbSA*;!. JBETT8. 

M. h.'.TKw .•■l.iMi*.. «l,7M,7:i i4 

» (1 iu »n Kei'iiiTly Inreatt A'lll In»un» al! ktnSs 
%nil DArsoaaU->'0|>^''t' aU^i* Hdaote Jl tu ibe 

iiiTij NaTtgailoii, anu >raaaportaUuti i^ivgo 
■ li. 

bnri'^rHbiy S'ljoaied aiidp..iu auhix 



Iteti^flMr t« the aboTo. *e beg learf" to lUie. .ha' for 
iOf u^tMsr accommodailoo and 4oaT«n)<>BC«> «i onrens. 
m iJor» and 'riania lo the upper country, we h»vn fg- 
lahliihed a house ai lUs polat. (in oocnection with tba 
house of COOI^KY A TOWSa, Su Louis. wJih-ii wUl be 
'.oatl ued»8 heretofore,) aud at« djh opeuin); a 

COMPLKIE sDd WELL ASSORTED 

STOCK 0¥ aKOOERlES, 
WINRS, LIQUORS. SEGARS, &c.,&c. 



to wt.ich we would Invite the attention uf i.ur frleuda 

and the public generaiiy, iruauog thai ih« long 

«»tabUthed staudin? and reputaiion of 

uurhouae, wlilbeaHuUicient 

guaranty of 



fAIR AND HOKOBABLK DKAUNG, 



.n with hi cimvicdon uiviuredand cooftrmeo by loHB 

experienflf , thai the ir-ie luteri^sts o! buyer and »h1- 

ler ire be«i proaio.ed iu thl« directl n we pro- 

P"-H ineetiug oiir Irienda upon a 



Cash. Basis I 



Confltieiit thai our faeillU^H will enable us to meet the 

vlew.s of c!o»« and di crimlnaUuK buyers. 



jD A X f E X C H A 

RBSTATTRA.NT. 

UROIR KCUIKTOA'b BAi<K, TBISD STBIfT. 

UARTtir A PABKuNa, IVonnetora. Tbli e»tablish 

nenl is Hied np in a sLyie to cuap)! rf wiio any Eauna 
Uonselnthecilr i»yiit»>-s and Mt s's serve rt iin a? s.'l 
h.jura i'artle* 01 iron 2» to M ean be kcoommodauc 
en tbort DQlice. Oe«.; <.3m 

I^REDEICK HILDERBRANT, 
M luiiUciurer and Uciier in all K^ud« ol ' 
Kl /iXiruKK AND iJ:Li' MuL'tiDIXQs, 
also 

UdltATION OF B08BWOOD MOUJUOIKOS, 

Ov-Als, Looking Oliss. For rai: and Picture Kratnea, 

At greatly redticed rates. 

WARK-rtOOWa \H SCHLRMEIKR'S BLOCK, 

dM6-dIy JAO&SON 8TSBBT, ST. PATL, SnKN. 



C" 



I G A li O B K E W K R y. 



LILL &L DIVERSY, 

BllEWKRS OF 

Lill'gt Stock, 

CREAM PALE ALE, 

EAOER BEER, 
PORTER ASD BROWN STOUl, 

F(>R SALK BT 

VfW 



FOKWARDLNG. 



L. 



HffnlT^lT 



COXSTANS, 



k n WVT CT 



UROOKKLBS, 
Ac, 

I<lae. 



^X 



JACOB XEWMAX 
Merokant Tailor, 

lir»E« HIS 

VKBY LARGE AMI W KLL 8KLBCTICP 8IOCK 

THE BK8T KVKR BROCiiHI TO THl.-^ 

MAKKBT, All' A VBRT LOW PKICB 

-.T r,.«T, Wholeale imd Retail Dealers t» 

'LOTH, 

CAS.-JIMER-:. 
..... r.„ ^ , US.VT'fi FURNISHIK i GOODS 

aBADV-MAOB OLOTHINO. Ac. 

Purchasers wojlddo watl. before parohaa.Bg else 
where, 10 >-xaniioe and price tbe liuods. 

JACOU NKWMAN. 
oihin« made at t!:p fihoriest n<rtice. bv 



iijt^-4li>m 



J \('oB KKKM.VX. 







BY 



faiRl) »TRKKT Bi. 



t* ii a O o b E , 

R«*stanrant anU. Salooix, 

HENERY F. £. ViTT. 

PAUL 
OppoUttPioottcr (iBkrUa* Armory. 

This ho.ise id conducted on the Buropean priaeiple 
-MeaN at all hours. The bar U aiooked with the finest 
imported l.t<jii>r(iand Olgnrs. 

Uel* in reeeivt dally nl Nu 1 Oysters, which are 
served up la any and e^ery style. 

Theonly houHniuiae city wUer«s pure t'hiladelphia 
lfor{^ and Ale ean be had. dael-d£mo 

QA8U1 UASHl 

PAID FOR COTTOiTraOS. 
'•', ',', r^,J' " in goods 2X oenle. 

" " OLD IROK. 

;; '; " 'ut'PliJi AKi) BRASS. 

*• LK*^1) AND PKWTKR 
** * '* Zl^O 

' hakk'els and auxKs. 

KTaiiCILlKu WOUK 1)0«K, AKU bXlfiKCIL TOOLS 
FOR SALK. 

FOR SALE,— A Rood H,«orlmedt of Tinware — And 
un coortgument 6(t.(KKi No. 1 ShlDKl.-g. ^Is,), on con- 
ftgumeni, au asiiortDieiilol wrapping paprr. 
» .'7 ■J^T'^'i klDdnof repiilring done lu ihe neatesialvle. 
All Unas of Lamps repaired and alte.red. 



B. & v;. Q R E 1 G, 

LOWER L,KVBE, ST. PAUL. .; 

Storaee. yop-w^arding. and 

COMMIS810N MEBCHAKTri, 

WUdLBSAI.E DKALBRii IN 

PROVISIONS, cJRaIN. Ac. 

Agents lor tte Port Byre* Batra White 

AUo. Agents t«r the 

ILLINOIS CBNTKAL RAlLBoAD. 

And tbe 

URANO TBl'NK. RA1LM'A¥ Oa OF CAJiADA. 

«.<jf)iraoM lor transportation between Si. Paul, l>«atoa, 
.^>w fcQ(iie..d, MouiTeal, Sew York ana ail potnu nrr'. 
made upou Ute luweei aad neai arorabie werma. 
JUiu-a hHcatgej • C»rr- «1 1* M A v.. ure^.' 
l'««spn;{rr I'leice « ria K-ilruad and Ocean .-tei-iBrrs 
lu aud iron »li parts et 

U4iK.\l UKUAIA AMD 1K£LA^D. 
For Paruculars apply al Oxe tlore. 
L. BUBk.U. yeauj CHAS. GRKIO 



W 



ALTER VV. W E « B 
WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Forei^sn. "Wiaos. Braudiee and. 
Grin, 

LOADOJSf PORTER. SCOTCH ALE ANDl 
SCOTCH WHISKEY, 

4.L80. OLD BOl'RBOK AND RTK WHISKV 
L0.VGWUR1H'S STILL CATAWBA WINB, 

C:HAMPA0.NE.'<— CKi.KBKATKD BRANDS, Mc 



JEMPLE k BEAUl^UE 

B 1 O K A G B, 
fTorwardiuK and Coxnxniaaiou 

AMD 

WHOLESALE CiHOOERti. 

LOWKJt L8VBK. 8t. FhuI Kinu 



AUKNls i„r t^fiiu. .Smilii > Boies' Oun Powder. 
Ageau lor Ike t'aiu:^ ttta.ss Diapateh marlfr-I7 



TuEoooaa BuHcr. 

HUP 



.S. E. 

AM 



S 



T. PAUL GAS UGHT CO. 



By a leaoluttou of the Board of Directors uf the 8i. 
Paul lias LighiCo., adopted Novenaber 18lh, 1861, the 
price oi Gas was reduced from aud alter Nov lai. irooi 



$6 TO $6 I'ER 1000 FEET 



CHAarur 

D O K U P 4k (J H A ii P L I N, 
Wholesale Orocers, 

RTORAGk. POKWARDING AND C0M.Mi6.-i 0» 

Wt keep Um- larjjesi .Sloes ol Groceries In S>t. I'ajl. 
and I'ouuiry Merchants will ttnd It to their interest 
rire OS a call before purcbasiuK elsewhere. 
—ji* a«ciit:< roK 

PiU's IhraaJier and Separator ot Cfaiea(o. 

Aau-al Oii <:uiupaiay, ol Piiubursh, 

1 uiicr t .Secomoe'i) I'Hpcr >iuis, of MiaaeauoUa. 
Nortitem Line of 8i«ainers tu .*>(. Loalt. 
MauniOal A hi. Joaeph Kaiiruai.. 
Miiwa.inee A l"rairir da Chieo Hailroad. inyll-dij 



A ^ 8 



8t 



Paul, Morember liitli. 186L 

JOHN 
novaodlmo 



sold 



\ *■■ I 1 



ON r NENTAL INSUHANUK i.O 
NEW ^OliK. 

nvestad) . 






...... 'iixil lu aiidsecdrely 

•»ci* Jaly 1st, l?tiO 

*biU •* *u,7:u 

UliORuiS. T HOPE, President 
l\. .AjiroMt, Sekreuiry. 
!Tui. .*>«&, AMsUtaui Secretary . 



-ITY EIRE iNa. 
NEW YOKE. 



«t<u«i 

rtiliis, July lat. 



laeu.. 



OOMP'\ 



. lo.i,6M 



In t e lepanments of LIQirt>RS and SSTG ARS, onr 
stock wUrse aud ciinpUie, emoraiiog cboicu brands 
ooniJu. d e»clu8ivei> to our house, aud to which we c jn- 
•.ifcii'y inn. e the atteuti .n of ib.»ae ctere«.e<i, aii<l 
»*aiiiuf an luspeeUouol our Slock ..nJ pricrs. remain 

V»ryns eeanlij, 
_?^^t5 ».0>LKt, TOWFR * CO. 

U(iAR.S— 50 mum PRIME POR^ 

•o kieo and N. O.— 3i bbi. criishe.l, powdereJ and 
. -.„,. I ' *"*"'''■ *""^ '" »''rive.ior h,ile at lowiwi market 
»'"*'-• ' ■> CUULEJl', XuWKR a CO. 



lb i< 

c •flet 



TEAS— 50 >^ CUESTS& CADDIES. 

X tn»p.. G. i'., X. a.. Oolong, Jbo. Fresli ami prime. 



Cv^OotV, iotv KK A Ow. 



. .oililiec S6,4U(> 

JOSEPH WALKEK, Preaideui, 
THt)S. W, BIRD.SALL. Vice Pres'l 
Li. HAti>ocK, tjecreiary. 

MAKKKT FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
NEW YOItK 



. ,11a . 

irr ill- 



January 1st, 1861. 



. .S2i»jii«m IM! 

b4,a4Ki il 



jr* 

■mpai 



$2t;4,Ni3 31 

IK »«,687 M 

AivHKR TAVLOK, I'reBldeal. 
.' P. Fhkkmam, ."^euretary, mySU 

oorths ol the net protits of 'be basineBB of heite 
et HTf dirldr*: <iiinu>illy '•. holders o( 'heir pol' 
cm Dtariu:: Piieresi. 

iO.lK .x. PKl.NCK, Aaeni, 

Hfl-t- •'> P;. P»i>l. 

, IVERPOOL AND LONDON 

elli-E AlSrO 1.LFK 
insurance Coinpanv. 

— ^ i^i. ■ - 1. 

t'APTTAL AND RESKRVKD FUND, OVER 
S6 000 000 
FAID Fi.OMFlLY AT bJOH 

WIIHGCT SIXIY DAYS' :<OllCC. 

1N.sI;kaNCK KKI'EtlKD ON 



t ^Oi-ijEE— l001iAG8RlO-~PRLVIE— 
v-> io dj i.arfu;.yr:» do 

lu pockeu MijuUa -Tcry ciioice. 
COi>Ll!,Y. TOWKR i CO. 



Traps made and warranted not to break, and 
very cfaftap, al mKuutacimer*' pi Ices, sl 
ii.>v28-d6nio VETAL GIT ERIN'S 

S: one Block, Robert sireet, slfrn " Trap Facto-y " 



u** 



13AISINS-150 R0XE6— LAYERS, 

Xl« M. tv.',, wboe-, halves and yuarlsro. 



g A F E S A' 0_R SALE. 

One large Lillle'i double .-^afe, and one Bacon's 
pa'.ent ^Hfe. 

Formo.-iy In use at the buiklnc House of N. J.T. 
DANA, where they can bri seen, or informanon ean be 
had by addressing. 

II. F. MASTERRON, 

nov27-Jlm.< M. Paul. >liDDesota . 

ION OOMMKRCIAL 

CO£.LEaEI 

HLey ward's Block, U?liird. Street 

O. F. CARVER, Principal. 

ThU insliiiitloj IB liow o^en lor Uie recfption of .Sui- 
t MBis. The facUiilea l' 'r acqutring a ihoruug-i 

Commercial liiducation, 

in a ahrtrt time, are not inferior to ibo*e oflered io siai 
lar Ool1ei{e« at tbe Kast. 

POR PAKTICULARS 

Call at the Rooms as above, or address, 

O. F. CARVER, 
nov::4 Lnlon conuuerclai t^oliege, St. I'aul. 



PBCKUAM. 
Secretary. 



I A VV s OP M 1 N N E 8 O 1' A 

Town Orgaaitulon Law, 
County Orgauizailou Law, 
General Road Lavr , 
Common school Law. 

ALL IS ONE PAHrHLBt. 

PRICE FIFTEEN C K M T 8. 
Mailed loau> addresiiiuthe 8tate.| 
IweiveCople»tor*l.'iO. Korealebv 
PIONCRK PHiN'TI.S-J ('.«>HPAi«Y. ST. PAUL- 



N 



COOLEY. lOWEaACO. 



Cl AR CANDLES— 100 liOXES iJbisT 

kj ■^'. l^mis brands, iu >, fUd }^ do. 



COOLr.Y. TOWER A CO. 



TOBACCO— 100 BOXES—MOSTLY 

X 'urowii braima— !«8ortnl (|U»:i;itV-. 
Ci>0..fc.V, lOWEBJLCO 

^KOARS-150 M. IMPORTED AND 

I'OMK.Si K;— lu.:iui.lu)i tome cbouc braudti .vbicb 
CiMlLEV, IUM'Ek. a 



we Ca I rrcotnmeuii. 



CO. 



Y8TEUS AND SARDlNEiS — 50 

COOLftir. TOWER A CO. 



OYSTERS AND SARDlNEiS 
c'AHes assorted ^best brands. 



« I r ^ r.S 



•IFE 



EKhEtlKD 
TEK.WS. 



LIBERAL 



'lieieo tsiiignabie by eudors,^ueni without permisaion 

Ol the ikimpauT. 

^reUoUers persoimlly renpou-ibie lor engai{em» ul 

of Ihe Company. 

.lAMKS BROWN. Ksq., 
KliA.NClSl Oi I K,;, i.i, Kw.. 
UKNKY GKlNNKl.L, K(i<j., 
ALKUEJ 1 hLl>, Kb<i., 
ALKKA.NUEK ilA MILTON, Jr.. E*o . 
K W. AllCHlK.ALu. Enq., 
Kitu ' uer», i>lrec.or» aud .--uarf holders. New York. 



RBFRREKCEfl IN NEW YORK. 

Duncan, .Shermku A Cu. 
Alex T. Stewart * Co., 
Urlanell, MIokitq AUo., 
H. L. A A. Si,- wan, 

. W. A J. 1. Moore A Co., 
D. Apple. oa a Co. 

THOMP.-<ON, BROTHERS, 
•ep.i Agents lor St. Paul a d vicinity. 



OLD BOURON & RYE »\ HlSKlES- 
W" have a lew bbls. ia store— vtr> oM aud iin.^. 



COOLEY, TOWKR A OO. 



BRANDIES—A FULL LINE— IN. 
ciuJing Pure French, Apple, Ptach, Cherry, Oln- 
sff." A Seijtnewe," iJomesiio. Ac, A;. 

COoLEV, iUWER A CO. 



KWIS'S CHEAP DRUG STORE 



The purest and beet liquors for me i;elnal use in the 

state ol .VLiiies-jU, pui up cy E. W. Lnwij lu person, 
Iron liquors in ca&ks, direct Irom the Custom Uouse N. 
Y.. below co.^v 

FKENCii BtiA.NDi'— quart bottles— die 

ST. CROIX RI'.V— pnie— 4'io per bottle. 

Hi>J.,LA.NO iJlN Ju 3ia do 

MADKiilA WINK d > 20 yer« old. 86c per b. tile. 

POP.! W 1.^■K— likMiMt— Uiic, 7i.»<- Burt^,■c per bolile. 

SHEkKV WiNE — Gluriuus — b:>c pisr t>o.Ue. 

H.-;IIWsI<;K champ \IGNE—V»arraiited 

Sl.;u per q'lart buUte. 
Lot DON i^ROWN sroUl— 15c pint bottle. 



E W RESTAURANT. 

MBALS AT ALL H0UB8. 

By ALBEBT KUBY, Agent. 

CITY HALFWAY UOlJhB THIRD STREET. 

Freah Oyaters daily, served up at a moment's notice. 

THIRTY CBS.T8 PBR DOZEN. 
oclO-d3ia ALBERT KL'BY. 

PROCLAMATION 

FROM 
JUSTIOi:. &; FORKPACciH. 

I be uulersigiel. by virtue of iheir unbounded boo 
oebf-Ch in tuilint^ h. «anis ol (ce pet pie ' I this euy 
and .Viat , m their serctioub of |{<...d-, t.>.aiii rail U>«> 
atieiiiK>n of buyers to ti rir spieuaia sicck oi 

Spriinj and Suzrxuxer Grootis. 

Our Stock IS compoke,! o every variety and pattern 
of LAI. IKS' 1)RKS8 O ^ODS al presenflu fly le nine 
eacieru ( ui s. 

(V.iintry (^ealeni will fli A it w their advantage to g've 
'U a cnll ana exania,' o ir hgoree. 

'"^'-^i.v J f .sT;i:K a KORa 1>AV ,n. 



Vy M. C O N 8 1 

AM) 

Couxtaismion. Meroliaut, 
WHOLESALE GROCER, 

DEALER /JV 6'ALT, AAJLS, PLASTER 
PARIS, CEMENT. 

AaajiT roa 
8-,«ama A Marrlu's hafoe, WUder's Pateni 
J M. Hrunswick A Bro., MarbleToi UUiiard Tablea. 

*Hn., Ohio. 

O. H. Hc«>)rmlck's Reaping and Mowing Maehtnee 

I860. 
Llll A Diversy'B Chicago Craam Ale I 
Mark Packages. 
"'y^ Care •• Wm. OonsUne, Bu PaoL 

OHAfi W WOOLICT «. T.aoCAOlBT 

ni LARLES W. WOOLLEY & CX)., 

lAlWEB LBVBB. BT. PADL. 

i-'ORWARDIN 



G 



AJIB 



11. 



P. BROW N, 



IMPORTER OF ALL KINDS-OC 

BEADS AND FANCY GOODS. 
Price , tu sun the uinei 

I'EI'Ol. NO. 186 PEARL81Kk;ET 
auRlT 



NEW YORK. 



i arraiited genuine— 



A lot of Paiiiiis, lolors, Glasa, 4c. 
COS', as tor instance 



Mill be sold below 



iJOLLAND GIN 

La . t...i,e aud (^ -ire. 



WARRANTED 



WrillTK LEAP — Ite-t brands, 6c per !bf>r$tiper Itjij lbs 
NKW J I'RSEYZlNt;— Better than tbe French— Sc per 

ID iir fc per I'M. 
PirisBU_KHGl,ASS-9A16, «2.76, 9113. $2.30 ; li'416, 

DEi:.iL V,.K> i.sH- ig; nuality— *2 3o uer Eallou 
^ pif^i^.V,*^* VaBNIbhIno. Z-Vl^^jerfMon; 
' I-AIM OIL— A new arucle.coniamliigKenzoie. Equal 
lo boned l.inse^d Ol: o.-- drying purp< ses— TOc 
ler gallon. 



COOLEV Tower a cc. 



WINI 
.tiaa< 



ES— VERY FINE OLD PORT, 

erla, Ciiainpaxue, Ac. Ac. 

COOLEY, ToWBR A 'JO. 



J. 



B 



SLIGHTER 



DEaL K IN 



±<^amilv Grrooe ries 



AND 



i^KOVlSlOiS^JS. 



AGitNCC OF lilE t 



ELKBRATED DUNOAS .MILL 
KLOLB 



SA INSURANCE COMPANY 



t»T«6&,175 [i'4. 



\.-K■^tTK JANOART 1, 1861. 

•lUE AVD 

INLAND NAVIGATION 

LN8U1UNCE. 

vjiiioe. Ho, e, RoKerts' Hiooli, 

8A1NT PADu, MINNESOTA 
yit4\j M. MOBLKT. Agent. 

jimENlX INSURACE COMPANY. 
HARTFOED, CONNECTICUT. 
i'.> JASCARY 1. IP61 KOO.tXW. 

'.c -,.6 iiogers' Block, . -It. Paul 

i«li iy ^M^ WOHLKY. Agent. 

N C E 



,iht 



! i- E 1 N S U R A 
NEW YORE 

.it« Insuranoe CoTiipan.y» 
NEW YORK CITY. 

MORRIS FRANKLIN, 



CORNER 7th ANDJACK^iON STREET, 

OppoHite International Hotel, 



GOODS DELIVEKED KHEii OF lliARiiB. TO A*Y 
PAKI OK TUfc: CM V. 



The people can brinu in their prescnpiJous and have 
ihem put u,' oy 

JLLI08 H kMZ. 
all!*; claa* pre«ciii.ti<>nist, trim lae bent Wruxs'nd 
iledicineit.lor ohK HALF the money ih^y can geitbem 
for ai a..> ctin r stor^. 




50 



BOXES CHOICE HAMBUIWiH 

,J bi J H. SL.1CIUK 
C rner 7th and J.icksi 



C WEET AND PURE OHIO CIDER. 

O Just received audl'ur sale by the bxrrel ..od ga'- 
"> al SLU llTKh'.s 

i'vmisr 7Lh and Jacsson. 

»JA BARRELS OF THE BEST ANU 

tJ\/ expl .8lv.t, t.ira» I'oio.-ei Carbon (_)il, at CuMPE- 
1 . 1 lUiN I'RICE.S, by the barrel an • gallou, at 
uof ;il-3m in 6L1CUTER'K. 



NG 



O^ i\i\f\ CIGARS, COMPRISI 

fJtJ^I\J\7\J all he choice and lavori e brat di 

A.a • 1 uue lot ol pure lurkiah .smoking, aud !inf>-eut 
<;hewiii< lobacco— the UK^l in tbe t. uy — lor .-ale al 
■ rices to suit the timeo, at SMi HI KR'.-. 

Opposite the In^erLaiional ■. otel. 

Lj'RKSU OYSTERS RECEIVED 

A daily by Ex^ircis—.Vlallbj's celebrated Pearl oys- 
~ I'jr aale by the case or ean, ai the iowe-t rateii. 



at 



tSt,lCill'ivK'd. 



ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP, 
a large lot of K, e»h Can, aiid Preserved Fruiia, 



aaarc unuaay keui by L;ru«fcisis, ijoiuj; fceiovi c si. 
Ne'embf'r iBd, 1661. 

U. GRANT LEW 18, 
3^-1 Assignee. 

J^AND WARRANTS LOCATED 

f lie uud rslgned havii,|i been exieuslrely engag«sl in 
the 

Heal Kstate Business 

FOB THE 

LAST TEN YE.\RS IN THIS CITY AND 

STATE, 

.Now oners kiB . ervicea, in oonueoilou iherewiu., to 

LOCAlli, LAND WaRKANI.S. 
1 .ifcre have reeenuy beea thrown open .to market 
some five luiLiions o: acres ui tbe choicest lanas in 
Mlune Ola. 

>o lands will be located unlet* personally examine 
by the tinderslrn'd. 

Terms for ijc*Hb» lAOacre I>and Warrants, %V> eseh, 
Ineliiting Land OUlce ittr. and all esitensef ; IWs.M's 
and 4<J's at proporil-^nate rates. 

HENiiV MoKENTi', 
DEALER IN REAL EsTATB, 81. PAUL, MINM 

RKFE^INCES. 
Uou. Henry M. Rice, U S. Senate. 
" Morions. WUkinaaa, U.S. Senate. 
" C> ros Aldrich, C..8. Uooae ot Rep reeeatatira 
" Wm. Windom, U.S. House ol H. preseniaiivos. 
" Ljifayetie Emmftli, Chief, Justice Supreme Conrt 

nt MiLuSgota, St Paul. 
* R. K Xeison C S. I>lMr1ei Judfre, St. Panl. 
Messrs. Ihompson, Brothers, Bankers, Si. Paul. 
EL Paul, tiepiemberai. Ia6t. eep21-d,wAtwly 



LTAGLE BAKERY, AND CRACKER 

M~i MAM'FACTOl'.Y. 

WILl^J AM GIKS 

^' «l O P K I E T .. K MAIN S i R E Kl. 

(In ih« rear of the Aiseriran House, In new brick 

b iiid:ng.> 
Tnaukful lor past favors, he respocUul.> inlorinsibe 
public that he has enlarg-d his esuibliahu nltosuehan 
extent that he is euabiea to supply ibe Public wuL 
Bread and Crackers, .ind Mtrchanu ai who.esaie 
uower rates than any othwr Bakery In St. Paul 
aovla -dly 

^B S T R A C TS OF TITLE 



Commission Merchants. 

DEALEiiS IN GROCERIES, 

GBAIU. PROVISIONS, LIME, &0., &0., 

AMD 

AGE.VTS FOR THK 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, 
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, 
Oavldson Line oi Sioamers, Mmueaota Kiver 
Northern Tramiioriaiiou Company imm the Eaal 
BseelMor " Young America" Corn Cib Mill. ' 
Woouward'n umuiier aad SeparaLir 
Kerosene Oil Company ui New York. 

■*c , Ac., ^. 

Coatraets for iransporiatiou between 8i, Paul. Boston 
New England, Montreal, Mew York and all potate Baci, 
made Upon the lowest aud must tavorable terms byM. 
T. Company. 
Mark packages 

•• WOOLLEY AGO. 
8t. Paul." 

, .. 'or 

8i. Paai, April 17. i8U>. 



ATTOK^NEytt. 



A. e. cauwau- 

C R O W E L L. 



i>. CoorsB 

n O O P E R k 

AITOKNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS. 
Irvine's block. - - - _ jji_ p^ui. 

Prompt aiiention given i» bnaiuess It. ktlaie and Feo 
era! Courts, i<' Collections, and to professional busiues 
generally. leb24-dly 



ANB ANY OTHBA 



TO 

KSTATK 

INFORMATION OONTAIMKD 
IN THB 



ruiiH, 
^Lll Ul KR-S, 



30 



TONS OF BRAN 

anl fer sale at Mill price!^ br 



ON 

J.U. 



HAND 

SLlllITiLK. 



FREBMAM. 

Aetnary. 



Pr-sJdeat. 

aisii «ne o< ihe best Life Iniuranee Companies lathe 
'tedtnates. 
' .'<«*es may be obtainad of 

O. W.INGER80LL, 
■'*•■"•■> Air. i;i. St. Paul. 

y W, EDDY, 
Q-eneral O-rocer. 

And dealer in the ters beat 

Family Provisions. 

FOUT STREET, 

Just received an entirsly new stock, com- 

prlsl'gtnpart, 
Stewart's Sugars, Bekher'i. Syrups 

Frerti tets. Premi im Buaer! 

Durk"e^s pure Spices, in tin loll. 
SOU cans fresh Peaches on conaiicnineut' 
8. W.Eddy A ^o•gSna^.. 
Pure wiucs and Liquors, for medicinal use; 
AndaU other ancles asua ly sepl in a lirsi 
class store. novij dawSm 



]7lSH-50 PACKAGES OF FRESH 

MeQUILLAN 



JL Mackerel, Herring and Co<;tish 
1 ov26 i». r 



IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A 
supply of Family Groceries, caU at ihn corner of 7lh 
aud Jack-on slreeu where you will liiidlhe BEsX .SE 
l.p.CfM) »nK;k ol Kamilv G.ijcerles in toe -ily, aud 
where jour wants wulbe aupjiUea ai pr.ces lo^uit ihe 
umea ito^ a 



3 



CENTS IN GOLD OR FOUR CIS. 

m Tinware psld tor gojd COTTO.V Rai;S. 

Oold anil .Silver paid l«r good Rags, Wooiiea and 
Coiios, cash pai.1 for (Jopper, Brass, old Cast Ir«n, al 
all kinds, old Stoves aud Sove Pipe, old Lead and Zine, 
aud uld Oold and Silver. 

STENCIL CL'llING, OF ALL KINDS. 
Al the Tin and i/'opi «r More, Koberi street, VETAL 
Gl EltIN'8, »ione biock, beiweeu :id and 4lb sireet 
where y nil can puicnaae new and secoua-banu ware 
cheap lor casti ut iitr^er. 

au Paul, May iX, lS61.-ly 

1?0K RFNT--A FINE TWO STORY 
^ DWELLING, 

(91'n-ite tear Or.vempr Ram»ey's) 

ContsininK eii.ht rooms— with ail uecesaary oul-butld- 

logii— leoid stable — good well water. 

Apply io 
nov;!3-d2w 



PENNOCE PUSEY. 
J. Q A. WARU. 




DR. T. D. SIMON TON' 
DENTIST. 

IiiiirreoL's Bloek, Bridge Sqnan', St. Paul. 

TKKTH ineerted in ibe best lI.aull^-r vu Hold, >ilver, 
or Vduakitb. All operations warrauled 
Call and seo speeimen^ nf tbe Volcaih .^ work. 
o24-ly 



QE 



ORGE BENZ, 



IMfOBTEH OF AND DEALER IN RHENISH 
HPN.^ARIAN FRENCH AND CATaWIIA 

WINES, 

Ch&mpasrne, :>l<iuors, nigars, Swiss and Llmbnrg 

C e'-se. WboleKaleand Retail, 
Third St., bet. VS (ishlnuton anil Ma-ket streets St Paul 
Has J nst received a stock of pute Hungarian Wines of 
the to, low lUK bran s : 

. Kgry,(.iiperi-r. vintaie of 1S41 ; ndal, 1«M Peetl 
1887 ; VlllauT, l-iM , Tok^ JUelas, 18M, which he ofleri 
at very small prou IS. AU t e above Wines are war- 
rai«ed genuine. novl6-dl> 

J) S. * JOS. H. S T O M B 8, 

No. 177« EAST JACKSON STREET. 

Between Fifth and Sixth, 

I»raotical Copper Uxnitlxs, r»lTimb» 
ere Ac Sheet Iron "Workers; 

And Maaofaciurers of Copper Eeuies, Copper SUU% 

Yeasi Kettles, Yeast Jugs, Liquor Pumps, 

Lift and Force Pump, Soda Fonntaiu 

and Generators. 

Particular aiiemion paid to Steamboat, Di»U]ler«-. 

atigl-dly 



RECORDS OF RAMSEY C0VN7Y, 

WILL BE FCRNtSRRD AT MODKRATE 

P BICES, 

oa arpuoATioM to thb 

C O U N i Y A U i> 1 '1 O K, 

AT TUE VAILT CONNECTED WITH THE OFFICE 
OF THE RK..IKTBK OF DEEDS. 
Hi order of the Board ol County l>>mmiMioner*. 

JOHN «icoLa, 
nov2-d»m Chairmha. 

piONEER AND DEMOCRAT 
STEAM 

Job Printins: Office, 

COR. OF THIRD AND CEDAR STREETS, 

8T. PAUL MINNESOTA. 

Having made ex*.ensive aJdiUons of new fonu of the 
latest »:yies of Type, anl having purchased a large 
Slock of Cara». at very u « prices, we are enabled lo 
l»riBt BnKlness Cards at lower rRles than any other 
office in the North -We»i 

We have also added enlirs new Fonu of Type for 

BOOKS, PAMPHLl.TS, CiBCULAEa, &c., 

And with tbe aid (K our 

FOUR STEAM MACHINES, 

We are enabled to pertorn all deserlpUons of Book and 

Pamphlet Printing, w th neatness and pespatcb 

Hand Bills,Po,ier8, Circular", Show Cards, 

Bli: UetvJs, A«., Ac., 

In Kvery Vnriety of Style. 

BALL 1NTITATIOK8 AND PRO GRAM MBS. 

Elegantly executed oa Fancy Paper or Cards, In 
Gold, Coloreo or Piaia. 



JouK a- eiAMsoaa. 

J A a\ B O R N 



CBAKLkS I . l.VHU. 

ii LUND, 

KJ ATTORNEV.s and COUNi?ELLORti AT La W 
rractice in all the Courts ol this .Mate, aud tbe L niied 
.Slaus Disirici Court. 

OUice on 1 hlrdsu, iver ■ ».'kablu A Edgerton's Bauk 
^l haul. lebai 



IJ OB N & GALUSH 



A . 

ORNKYS ANDCOL'N8ELLOR8 AT LaW 

111* r-ame as occupied bj ibe iaie W liliam Hoi 

4., oyer the Store 01 Culver A FkrriuKton. 



ollict 
lin«beat!, h . . 
Third -Mreel.'.'Sl, Paul. 

HENHY J. UORN, 

leb6-oiy 



R.B. OAl.CSHA. 



M. 



SHERBURNE. 

ATTOR.NEY AND COLN.siiLLo .-Al LAW 
O.iaoiic Block, i bird 8ireet. 81. faui, Minnesota. 
nuA2v-dl> 



IjORKlS LAMPRKY, A'lTORNEY 

ill. AND iIOCNftKLLoR Al LAW. Promjii auenuoa 
siveu lo l>>liecUi.g. ou.ce. iley wards Uiuct., lti;ra 
■ reel. s;. faai, .I'ui.Bnola. 



lril-i> 



N 



OTICE iO TAX PAYERS 



S 



PIONEER PRINTING COMPANY. 

1 A T C T E S OF MIN N ESOTA 
fVozu 1S4>8 to ia69. 



Mill and Plumbing Work in ail lu Branches. 



50 



BAKRELS OF NAPTHA-AN 

excellent KUbstltuve lorTurpentine.aod warr»nt»'d 
for »oy |.urp.ce whiob th^l i« aaad for, and alOuper 
e^nl less cost. For snle 'jy ihe barrel or fialiou, 
•<*»^ »» LPUAM a HOLMB8. 



L500 



BARREL 

Hue Salt, at 



COARSE AND 

L'PHAM A HOLME.S. 



PUBLISHED BT 8TAT1 AUTHORItT 



APPMOVMJ* BF TBM JUDGES 0> THK .•H/PMMMM 
COUUT 



BeuogniBed by the Coirts a« Legal KTideDce o 
State Law*. 



1060 



PAQB or LABGK OCTAVO. 



PRIOR F'lVE DO L L ikR 8. 



W^ O T I O E 

At 

Comi 

laei. 

ted on the o*piiat stick o.' B>]d Oompany'lcrbe'pald"^ 
or before Ihe U$tb day of January n-xt. k-'»^ 



At ameMfag of the D.r-otors of the Dakota Land 
Compaay. hestdaibtrom •.Hi faal. December Tih 
labl.anas^-ssm-nioflw I Dollars p -r sbare was lev- 



d' clodew 



T, B. CAMPBELL, 

Secretary. 

n ROCERIES^' ALL KINDsTaT 

VW w holesale prices, at UPH AM A UOLMB8. 

HA M S— AMES' SUGAR CURED 
coosUotly on hand and for sale by 
""** P. F. MogOILLAN 



■ oD.'^TT THBA'trasK's t'rrice, i 

81. I'anl, Deceml-er ist, lb61. ) 
Tnedup caieofT«xes lor State Ccuai*. < i-y. scbixil 
and all o.her purn.»e«, lor tbe year 1^1, is ujw lu mj 
haudti forcoJecuod. aud ihe loUowiLg per cen ace iisia 
been irvieU : 

For the support if the BtataOoTemment on eaeb 

oollAr a valuation jU 

'o pa> luiertsi <.u h aie inatb e.lness..... ......" )*J 

For Cjuuiy puri.o««B ; ," 

fur support ol Com:.. Ou hchiiols, c 

f o pay interest un LOUJiy Icdebledneaa '..'.'. j2 

roi i>u,)po. t ut be i-<Mjr ,W 

For Road pnrp<M<>s lu .own ol Hose.. .'.*.'.*.*.*.'.* 2 

For lown>-aip purposes lu lown ul Mo..ajs View '^ 

••Road" '■■ " '^ft^^'"=:t'"l^ 

'']^'^' " :. H«>serve....:: .2 

' .>pecul cchool and Diblrict Ui •• I!!/. 3 

iuwii«bip purposes lu Towo of Nsw <-auada! 2 

" S(>eci*i bcbooi o sir. c; tax •• •• •• 5 

" Ko«u pufj-aes la .owijof •• " a 

" lowoahip purpocesiu Town of McLean. J 

* Road •' •• •• J 

OITV TAXES. 

JFor iiuppt>r. orCity Govtriimeat. i.nd to pay Inlarast 
ou Oit ludebujdness, 6ig mllis 00 eaon dollar ■ vaiua- 

UOIj 

For special Ui Second Ward, interest on Robert 
btreei 6ewer nonds, IM milta on eaca dvUar's valua- 
tiou. 

For special U» Third Ward, interest on Fran iln 
Street sew. r Bonds, i-5 ul a mill ou eaon d. liar's tain. 
a'.i( u . 

Adiscoantoftenpercent, Will be mide on Countf 
aodiii.v axes, U paid bet.re ibn letof Jan'oaiy i,r.i 
Five per ce.nl. peuai.y wul be added tu a>i unoaid UixaM 
aller iba d«le. *^ *»*«• 

1 wii aiteud at the place of holding elections to each 
Towash p, lor the purpjse of receiviug u.es. as tol. 

:ih "la^ Towufchlp at Ihe Po.* Farm 00 Tue«Uy,Jan. 
day'!u^»S[!*iir"''*^'*'" " '*'■ -°b«»'««"y.onThur- 

jioiuds \iew lown bipai Ihe hous« of Henry i'or 
l«j, on MeduBSdav, Jan. IJib, )^6J 

Reserve luwuship ai the house ol WUllam Nertns <m 
Thurdsay. Jaa. Ittm, law. 

I .Will r.iif.nd UiereaTer at n,y office iu tk« city of 8t 
Paai, to receive taxes t/om perttfta* «-uhla«r to oav !ii« 
sams. f / "c 

^ „^ aOBERT A. SMITH. 

deciU.dim OottBtyTraasufT. 

Jjl 1 N N E 8 O 1 A 
Supreme Goiut liepoite 

POBLI8HBD BY AUTHORITY OF LAW 



VOLUME 2, 

OORtAlaiSa TAB CASKS DBOIDSO AT TUB Tsajia or 

oocat i« I8M. 



^ t3 »0. 



*S«4 PAUKM. PKIC 

roa sAia st. 
PIONEER PRINTING COMPAN*. 

nr.,.,. ^ BaintPaul. 

Will be Ibrwarted by Mail, pust-paia. upon iherecel, I 
of the prioe. 



J^BSIGNEE'S NOTICE 

«,fv ^^t^*^^"^' ^'""f ■^'"le an asignment of Ms prop- 

SiiJ-V^,^? beueuiul bi» cred,t.,rs. L»i<ce iis Cere tJy 
lllli ?.i persons hav.ng d^maul,, aKain.e bim, to 
p«»enltbeir Claims. Ana all pers-ms iu any way -n 
^„ - '"™' *"* "fireby noiltied and .equlred to n;ake 
immediate pA>ment to tne uadersletiei. 

Uaied fibakopee, Minn. .Nov. lam, !S61. 

,.,^ L. COWPERiHWAlTE. 

novlM.Sm* Assignee of P Poakhaa 












I 



I 



THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. SAINT PAUL TUESDAy. DECEMBER 17 1861. 



Ilionfer^gtmocrat. 



CONTINUBD PBOM FIMT FAOI. 



enable members to puss the hoiiduya at 
boijje. No important legiaiatiou will be 
ftitdmpteJ thifl week, though ultra Kepubli- 
caus are very auxious to press tlirougti a 
resolution expressiTe of their views before 
Ooagrew takes this recess. 

ACOlUaST TO U£N. SUMNEtt. 

WASuixuroN, Dec. 15. — (ieo. Sumner 
was tbrowu from his hor^' tbia moruiug, 
wbiie reviewing bis troope. A rib was 
brokeu, and other injuries soflered, bat a 
telt gram to Ueo. McCiellao tbia cveoiog 
states that be ia better, and will be able to 
reeume biii commaud again in a tew days. 

i'be rebels have an immeniie force, aud 
are erecting a large battery, at the mouth 
of the Occoquan creek, so that they cau fire 
at vessels plying between this city and (ien. 
Hooker's division. 

The Herald's dispatch says that the r« 
coouoidance made a few days since from 
Uen. Summer's division, establisbeti the fact 
ibat the enemy bad retreated from Annan 
dale. Upon abandoning it they burned the 
tew bouses belonging to persons suspected 
ot union proclivities. 

THK FREdiDJiiST 0PP08ED TO A *VAU 
POLICY AOAINST FOKEIGN POWERS. 

VV'Aiiui.NaiON, Dec. 10. — The excitement 
which was 6rst caused by the somewhat 
t)elligerent tone of European news, is rapid* 
iy subsiding and there is a general belief that 
war with England cau easily be avoided 
without dishonor. The President, it is 
known, is strongly opposed to the adoption 
of u warlike policy against any foreign 
power under the present circumstances of 
the country. It is understood here in di- 
plomatic c.rclee, that Mexico is preparing 
to make a very vigorous resistance to the 
invasion of her territory by Spain, F'rance, 
and Ku^laud, more vigorously than the aU 
lies at uue time anticipated. 

Iloiv the Forelso Netvs vra» 
Kecelved iu Kasteru Cities 

EXCITEMKNT IN NEW YQHK. 

Nkw York, Dec. lG.--'rho Ej:pie>'s says 
the excitement on 'Change wus iuteuse dnd 
beyond description. Breadsluflls favoraoly 
ati'tcUd uijii all descriptions very firm, and 
many lots of cotton are withilrawn troin the 
market. Saltpetre advanced from 11 to 
15c per lb. and tew holders would name any 
pi ice Brimstone kept out of market. 
Chemists advanced bi-carboaate of sixiit up 
Ic. C'l'd'ee and tea all withdrawn from 
market or only otlered at enormous prices. 
Sugar ofleied sparingly. Sterling cxchango 
advauceil to 110. 

TUfc: FEELING IN CINCINNATI. 

t'l.vriM.NATi, Dec. IC —The Kuglish news 
produced a profound seosation in commer- 
cial and hnancial circles, and the impre^ion 
seem.s general thai there is grtal danger ot 
war with Kiigland. But wtiilst ail uduiit 
that if Wilkes done wrong in ine Trent af- 
fair, du« apologies should be mad«< j but it 
right, no humiliatiiii^ concession ought to be 
contemplate I lor a mora'*nt \•^ Knijlund or 
iUiy other power. Tne news greaiiy unset- 
tled markets and produced u teinporury lcs 
sation of business so that there wu.s out 
little doing in any department. 

UOW TUKV iKtJl, i.N DKIKOIT. 

DitTKOiT, Dec. 10. — bJuroiteai) news cre- 
ates deep feeling and probabilities of war 
with Kngland freely discussed. There is a 
general desire lor uur Government to place 
itself rigot as regards law, when it will to 
sustained at every Hacritice. 

CLEVELAND IS PLUCKY. 

t'l.KVKLAKD, Dec. iC— Thd news from 
kngluud produced a decidi-d sensation in 
this section. Thejjenerol seuliuient is that 
our tiovernment must maintain it.>' rights 
and dignity regardless ot Kuglish bluster. 



BURNING OF CHARLESTON. 



NEGRO INS U RRECTION. 



IT 19 PROMPTLY ' SLPPRB88BD. 



THE PLOT REVEALED BY A N80R0. 



ORBA'r CONSTKRBTATIOlf, AC, AC. 



Baltimore, Dec. 14.— The Old Point 
boat brings the report of Ibe discovery and 
prompt suppression by the military author* 
ities ot a negro insurrection at Cbarlestoo. 

The account states that tbe plot was 
disclosed by tin bodj eerrant of a military 
officer who said that tbe negroes of tbe city 
were to be joined by large bands from tbe 
country, who were to come in armed at 
Digbt. 

lie said the sash factory bad been fired 
by a free negro whom be designated, and 
who has k>een arrested. 

A small quantity of arms were found an- 
der the tloors of negro cabins. They were 
all new and in good condition. 

In another oegro'a cabin, kolves and 
hatchets were touod secreted. 

The greatest consternation prevailed. 
Families were closing and ttarriog their 
windows 

The fire companies being oompoeed of 
men who are on military duty, tbe fire en 
gines were worked by negroes, who broke 
and rendered useless the two best ones. 

The offices of the ComUr and Mercury 
arc said to be destroyed. 

INftUKRECTIONS IN THE INTERIOR 

Another account states that the negro 
insurrection broke oat in the interior of 
South Carolina, two days before tbe fire, 
and is still raging anchecked ; but this 
last report is not well authenticated. 

FoBT McNBOK, Dec. 13.— The Norfolk 
Dat/ Bouk gives the following startling in- 
telligence from Bracbville, South Carolina, 
•Mghty-six miles from Charleston, dated the 
7th : 

Passengers just arrived report a destruc 
live tire at Charleston. There was a stiff 
breeze and little water. The fire equalled 
tbe largest cotifiagration ever known on this 
continent. 

MAGNIFICENCE OF THE UONFLAURA- 
TION. 

Baltimork, Dec. 15. — We learn from 
the Captain of the Norfolk boat, that he 
was iiitormed by the captain of the steamer 
Illinois which bad arrived at Old Point 
from Port Uoyal, be passed within six miles 
of Charleston harbor at 10 o'clock 'Ihurs* 
day night, and a tremendous confiagration 
was evidently at its height in that city. The 
refiection on clouds excelled anything he 
ever saw, and the whole bay was brightly 
illuminated. It did not appear like a re*- 
flection from smouldering ruins, but from a 
raginu conflagration. This is later than the 
Norfolk Day Book's despatch. 



adoptfoir t^e aet of Capt. WHkes in spite of a 
menae« or demand of the Britiab Oovernment, 
and thAt this house pledges ita full support to 
tiim In upholding now the honor and vindioat- 
ing the course of tho Government and people 
of the United States against a foreign power. 
Mr. Vallandigbam moved the previous 



BY L^T NiaHT'S MAIL. 

Prom Wasblngtoii. 

BpecUl DlspAUsb lo the CUoAgo Tribune. 

Wabhinotow, Dec. 13 Johnson, tbe 



qaeetion. They bad beard tbe first growl f would-be deserter, was executed today.— 
of tbe British lion. It remained to be seen This morning a plea of insanity was raised 
who wna\A ,.n«. upoQ ^j^ behalf, aod Gen. Franklin order 



Thirty-Seventh Congress, 

FiBST sxasioy. 



Frojui Westeru Virginia. 

A BRILLIANT VICTOKY. 

Phii.i.M'pi, Va., Dec. 14. — A force con- 
sisting of the 9th Indiana and detachments 
trom the 13lh Indiana, 20th and 32d Ohio. 
ih*' I'd and liJ Virginia regiiiuuts and 
Itiggs' and Bracken's Cavalry, iu all about 
IHtX) men, under command o( Ueu. Milroy, 
Ifll Cheat Muuutaiu on the 13tii lor the 
purpoev ol driving the rebels trom their 
lurtiUed camp on the Allegheny Mountains. 

Uur force.-! came in sight ol the enemy 
drawn up in line ot battle iu trout ot their 
tutrenchmrnls, and charged upoa them and 
drove them back A hot tire was kept up 
during the aiteru(X>ii by both sides, and 
several tirilliant charges were made l»y our 
mtm. 

tjenerul Milroy withdrew ut night fall, 
intending lo renew the attack in the morn- 
ing. 

L>uring the night the rel)els left ttieir 
caiup, sik-niiy burning e\trything they 
could not carry with them. 

Uur lows was thirty kiilt-d aiid thirty 
wuundeii. The rebel lot« is ttelifved to be 
not lesii than ouu huiiured and filly killed, 
iiicluuing t>ue held ofUver. 

We have thirty prisoners by this last 
brilliant achievmeut. 

(jen. lit-yuoldV Iront ban boen cleared ol 
the fciiMuy, there being no urganizcd rt^ljel 
loree within torly miles ot uur advance 
pOft. A detarhuifiit, sent out from this 
pluic ytsiftday, rduititd Ihi-. rVeuuig with 
teu rcUfI geurrals, lueludiui; tho uoturiuuM 
Jake Ruin. 



Prou Fortress Mouroe. 



AitHlVAl. OF UENEKAL PUKl.F.S BELOW 
NKW ORLEANS 



Landing of Troops! 

<iKN I'liKl.l'S' PUOCLAMAITON. 



FoRTKK.-^ Mo.vHOk. Dtc, 15lh, via Balti- 
more, 16lh. t;nariered steuiner Coustitu* 
iK'ii Mirivcd this P. Al. I he Constitution 
Irit BoBiou on ihe 21al of Nov., with 26th 
Mat*, and 9lh I'omit-etieut regiments ar- 
riving at Ship island on the '.n\ of Dec. All 
the troops wert? landed tho next day by 
suuie rel>el steamer captured by cur fleet. 
'I'he (.'oiisliiutioo remained at .-ihip I.-^laud 
tour duyo and then sailed lor Kty West 
and llavanna. 

Baltimukk, Dtc. IG (jienerai Phelps 
at SLip lalaiid, Miss., on the r>lh Ol Dec. 
put lorth a proclamation lo loyul citiz-usol 
lue south east strongly anti-niavery in t(':je. 



KUOM KKICTVCKV. 

liOilsvii.i.K, Dec. 15. 'I'h- JouraaV^ ad- 
vices trom y 'oluHibia say heavy cannonading 
was heard all day Friday in the direction 
of Somirsel. 

A passenger from Monlordsville to day 
reporu tha bridge u«^arly repaired and 
pickets ol the two armies are near each 
ijther. 



OUR KKlJULAii"oUMPTKK" PAUAGUAFH 
Baltimork, Dec. IG. I'he Bark Ag 
Dcss has arrived here. She reports speak- 
ing the Kuglish l)rg Mury Morton, which 
reported that Xumpter and Ivoqnois had a 
eevere engagement and one ol ihem, she 
did not know which, had put into .Mar- 
tinique to repair. 



Washinoton, Dec. 16. 

AKNATK. — Mr. Grimes presented a peti- 
tion, that in consequence of tbe present re« 
bellion, slavery be absolutely and uncondi* 
tionaily abolished. 

Mr. Ten Eycke offered a resolution, that 
the present war is for tbe Union according 
to the Constitution; that the object of tbe 
war IS to save the former and enforce the 
latter; that it was so in tbe beginning and 
Dhould be so tili.loet; that measures extreme, 
radical and disruptive in themselves, in» 
voiving in a common fate the loyal and dis- 
loyal, should not be resorted to, and that in 
suppressing treason, the Oovernment cannot 
prove a traitor to tbe original law of tbe 
land. Laid over. 

Mr. tlale ofiered a resolution, that the 
Committee on Military AQairs enquire into 
the ex|»ediencyof providing a uniform man* 
ner for dealing with the slaves of the rebels 
and those made prisoners or escaping from 
their masters. Agreed to. 

Mr. Lane ot Indiana ofiiercd a resolution, 
that the Committee on Judiciary be re- 
qiiesied to provide a law so that the aiders 
of treason may t)e prevented from bringing 
suits for the collection ot debts in the courts 
of the United States. Agreed to, 

Mr. 8umn«r otfered a resolation, that tbe 
Committee of Patents enquire it any addi> 
tional legislation is necessary to secure per- 
sons ot African descent the right to take 
out patents. Agreed to. 

.Mr. Wilkinson offered the following pre^ 
amble and resolution : 

Whereas, Jesse D. Bright, Senator from In- 
Jiaua, did un the isl of March last, write a let- 
ter to Jetl. Udvis, (a letter was here read) iu- 
troduoiug a Mr. Lincoln to Mr. Davis, as hav- 
ing an improvemeat iu hiearms, and. 

Whereas, Such letter is evidence ot disloy- 
alty, therelore, 

UeHolved, That Jesse D. Bright be expelled 
irom theSeuate ot the United States. 

Mr. Cowan moved a reference of the 
subject to the Committee on Judiciary. 

HousK. — A personal explanation occur-* 
red t>etween Conway and Fouke, during 
which Conway charged Fouke with a de 
liberate purpose to bring about a personal 
collision without cause, and asked whether 
dueh conduct was not only unworthy n mem 
tM;r of this House, but characteristic rather 
of a blackguard and scoundrel. [Sensa- 
tion I 

Mr. Fouke wanted to say one word in 
reply. 

Mr. .Stephens and others objected. Tbey 
had hud enough ol such things. 

'I'he Speaker inlormed Mr. Fouke that 
no debate was in order. 

Mr Fouke, amid the cries of order, was 
undercitood to say, that Mr. Conway was a 
disgrace to the nation and humanity. There 
the matter ended in the House. 

Tbe House passed the bill to strike out 
Irom the pension roll the names of all per 
Sons who have taken up arms against tbe 
Oovernment, or in any manner aided tbe 
rebellion. 

Mr. Vallandigbam, ot Ohio, introduced a 
preamble and resolution : 

Whereas, The Secretary of the Navy has 
reported to this douse that Captain Charles 
Wilkes, in command of the San Jacinto, an 
aimed public vt-ssel of the United States, did, 
on the Hth ut November, 1861, on the high seas, 
intercept the Trent, a British mail steamer, 
aud forcibly remove therefrom James Mason 
and John c^lidell, disloyal citizens, leading 
couspiratorii, and dangerous men, who, with 
their suite, wer on their way to Lurope, to 
promote the cause of the insurrection, and 
claiming to be ambassadors from the seceded 
confederate States; 

Aud whereas, the Secretary of the Navy has 
further reported to this House that the prompt 
aud decisive action of Captain Wilkes on this 
occasion merited aud received tbe emphatic 
approval of the department, aud moreover, in 
a public letter has thanked Captain Wilkes for 
the act; 

And whereas, this House, on the tirst day of 
the session, did propose to tender the thanks 
of Coueress to Captain Wilkes, for his brave, 
adroit, aud patriotic conduct m the arrest ot 
the traitors; 

Whereas turther. On the same day this bouse 
did request the President to contiue the said 
J. M. Mason aud John Slidell in the cells of 
convicted felons until certain military officers 
ot the United States, captured and held by tbe 
so called Confederate States, should be treated 
as iirisoners of war, 

Kesolved, as the sense ol the House, that 
it is the duty of the President to now firmly 
maintain the stand thus taken, approving aud 



who would cower 

Mr. FeatoD of New York, hoped the re- 
solution would be referred to the CommiU 
tee on Foreign Aflaira. 

Mr. V^aliandigbam remarked that a for- 
mer resolation approbatory of Captain 
Wilkes, passed without being so referred. 
He (Vallandigbam) had offered this resolu- 
tion in good faith and woald stand by it. 

The House then refused to second tbe de- 
mand for tbe previous question. 

Mr. Penton again moved that the pre^ 
amble and resolation be referred to Com- 
mittee on Foreign Affairs. 

Tbe motion was agreed to by yeas 109. 
nays 13. 

The Honse resumed tbe consideration of 
tbe bill authorizing the raising of a volun» 
teer force for tbe better defence of Ken> 
tacky. 

Mr. Lovejoy of UUooia, hoped tbe bill 
woald not naas. According to tbe official 
returns we have a standing army of between 
6 and 700,000 men, which is amply snffi- 
cient for tbe war. We have mor<? soldiers 
now than can be ased. The raising of 
20,000 volunteers for twelve months, io« 
stead of for the war, should not be author* 
ixed. He did not understand that the mil- 
itary aatborities bad asked for this increase, 
besides be was opposed to the mode of rais« 
mg tbem 

Mr. Richardson of Illinois, trusted tbe 
bill would pass. Tbe volunteers proposed 
to be raised in Kentucky were ot the best 
kind and familiar with tbe State. The base 
of operations was at Louisville and 20,000 
men were necessary to guard the base aud 
the line en which our army is to advance. 

Mr. Wickliffe said Kentucky has fur- 
nished a quota of 27,000 men. lie repeated 
what he said the other day, namely : that 
before he introduced the bill he mentioned 
the subject to the Secretary of War, and 
also consulted the Preskient, who, togethej 
with his cabinet, he was informed, approved 
of the measure. As to .Mr. Lovejoy 's op- 
position, he knew that that gentleman would 
vote against anything but what related to 
negroes. In the course of his remarks, Mr. 
Wickliffe said whenever our army shall 
move to take possession of Columbus, we 
will require energetic soldiers that can be 
brought into the field to retake tbe place 
and march on Tennessee, The volunteers 
will not be required to serve in Kentucky 
alone, but to hght wherever an enemy can 
be found, and they will do it. He (Wick- 
liffe) entered his protest against making a 
regular army oat of these more than 60,000 
volunteers. Tbe gentleman from Illinois 
(Lovejoy), was at the battle of Bull Run 
and must have seen that we have not men 
enough. The decisive battles in this cam 
paign must be fought in Kentucky, and 
when fought he wanted tbe highways pro- 
tected. *^ 

Mr. Stevens of Pa, offered a bill on fi- 
nancial grounds saying this war must be 
carried on in the most economical man- 
ner. 

Mr. Dunlap urged the passage of tbe 
bill, and argued that there must be force 
enough to defend Kentucky at all ha* 
lards. 

Mr. Devin of Kentucky supported the 
bill. 

Mr. Lovejoy, in reply to remarks of Mr. 
Wickliffe, said be would carry on tbe war 
to put down rebellion and let slavery take 
care of itsalf. He was not to be intimi- 
dated by any sneers or allasions to his an- 
tislavery sentiments. He was not afraid 
of slave or driver's whip. He was wil 
ling to vote in good faith men and mon- 
ey, but not proposed force at an expense 
of «30.000,000, when it was not needed. 
Some of tbe saperffuoas force on the Po 
tomac river ought ^to be sent tc Ken- 
tucky. 

Mr. Bingham of Ohio, Maynard of Pena., 
Merrill of Vt. severally spoke in favor of 
the bill. 

Blair of Missouri closed the debate in re» 
ply to Mr. lovejoy. He said we have the 
best of reasons to believe that we have not 
men enough in the field, for we have not 
been able to conquer tbe enemy anywhere 
as yet, and we have not met him at any 
time except when he outnumbered us. 
Hence we have not been able to drive back 
tbe foe one foot. 

Mr. Lovejoy replied accounting for this 
by tbe fact that the enemy will not meet 
03 unless when he is in superior numbers. 

Mr. Blair — then why should not our ar« 
my overrun the enemy ? 

Mr L. — because we have no Oenerals. 

Mr. Blair advocated the passage of the 
bill. The bill was passed. 

Mr.Alleo introduced a joint resolutioD,tbe 
Senate concurring, when the House adjourn 
on Thursday next, it will be until the first of 
January. The resolation was adopted by 
60 against {)G. Adjourned. 

From MiaAoiiri. 



MOVEMENTS OF GRN. PHENTISB. 

St. Joseph, Dec. 15. — Forty of Oeoeral 
Prentiss' command returned here last night, 
most of them sick with measles They re- 
port that the Federals had several skir- 
mishes with rebels on their march, killing 
a few of them. When at tho river opposite 
Lexington tbey were fired on by the rebels 
at that place, and Oen. Prentiss dispersed 
tbem with shell from three twelve poundi« 
ers, but there being no ferry or means ot 
crossing the river our forces were compelled 
to return to Richmond for forage and pro« 
visions it was Prentiss' intention, bow- 
ever, to cross the river on Saturday at a 
point above Ix-xingtoo, and the forces from 
Sedalia and Kansas City would join him. 
The rebels are reported to be 2,000 strong. 

UNION SOLDI ER.S FROM ARKANSAS. 

RoLLA, Mo., Dec. 15.— Several citizens 
from Arkansas have reached here durini; 
the past week, and enlisted in tbe Arkansas 
company under Capt Ware, late member 
ot the Legislature from that State. There 
was a Union society in the Isard , Fulton, 
Independence aud Searoey companies, 
numbering 2,500 men, which could 
have made an organized stand in 
two weeks more time, but it was betrayed 
by a recreant member, and broken up and 
scattered. Many of these Union men have 
been arrested and taken to Little liock; 
some have been hung, and a large number 
are now in tbe woods trying to effect their 
escape from the State. 



ed a medical commission, oompoeed of 
Brigade Surgeons Dos. Hamilton, Dough- 
erty and Burr, to examine the prisoner, 
aod they reported him sane. (ien. McOlel- 
ian therefore telegraphed Gen. Franklin to 
proceed with the execution, which took 
place about half-past three. Ten thousand 
troops, being tbe whole of Gen. Franklin's 
division, were present The procession was 
beaded by Capt. Boyd, Provost Marshal 
of tbe diviskm ; tbe regiment of cavalry 
(mounted) to which the prisoner belonged ; 
a detail of twelve of his comrades, dis» 
mounted, who were to shoot the culprit ; 
an ambulance train, carrying his coffin ; an 
open wagon with the prisoner, aod a priest 

E raying with him ; two or three priests on 
orseback behind ; and another squadron 
of cavalry, mounted, brought up the rear. 
This procession passed between the regi- 
ments, drawn ap in doable line, which af- 
terwards forming in a hoUaw square, the 
procession stopped in the centre, the coffin 
was taken out, the priests helped the man 
to the ground and bandaged his eyes. He 
kneeled on his coffin. The executioners 
were stationed six paces in front. Prayer 
was offered, all uncovered. The signal of 
the Provost Martial was tbe waving of a 
white handkerchief, to prepare. On another 
signal eight tired. The victim, wounded in 
the breast, clasped his hands to bis boeom 
and grounjd. The Provost Marshal, on 
examinat on, finding him yet alive, called 
the lour that had not fired to take aim and 
fire. Two of these shots took effect in the 
head, and death followed immediately. — 
I'he entire brigade, beaded by Gen. Frank- 
lin and staff, 'hen marched by the corpse, 
which was alterwards encoffined. 

Johnson's dying speech was : " Boys 
1 1 3k pardon of Almighty God, and of all, 
for what 1 did. May Almighty God par 
don me, and keep all of you from all such 
sin." 

Secretary Cameron and Thaddeaa Ste- 
vens, who had not been on speaking terms 
for years, buried the hatchet publicly yes 
terday. On Monday night Stevens, in 
alluding to the Secretary's report, spoke of 
him in the highest terms. To day Came- 
ron entered the House during the session, 
walked up to Stevens' seat, and extended 
his band, which was grasped warmly. The 
two afterwards walked up the avenue to- 
gether. 

Dr. Orestes A. Brownson lectured on the 
National Crisis, to a crowded house, at the 
Smithsonian Institute to night. Many 
Members of Congress and army officers were 
present. The speaker's decluralion that he 
welcomed war with all his heart, but in- 
sisted it be war and not mere parade, and 
his demand that slaves be used to the best 
advantage of the Union cause, aud that 
blows be struck which will not rebound 
upon ourselves, were received with vocifer* 
oas applause. 

Scouts have noticed recently a marked 
increase in the number of tents in tbe r.bel 
Potomac army, which confirms the intelli- 
gence that it has been largely reinforced. 
A prisoner taken yesterday says that the 
rebel Generals have determined to advance 
from Centreville in tbroti columns, in all 
seventy-five thousand men, to attack our ad- 
vance which they expect to find off guard, 
and add, that four days' rations had already 
been given on i, to the troops. 

It is not true that tbe Government has 
declined the propoaitinu of the three Great 
Powers, that it should take part in the ex- 
pedition against Mexico, but there is rea 
son to believe that our share of a fieet to 
which Fngland, France and Spain contri- 
bute fifteen hundred guns, will not be im- 
posing. It is said, indeed, that only one 
United States vessel will join the allies off 
Vera Cruz. 



COMMKRCLA^L 



l^«vl©^v of the St. JPaul JMurketa 



CorrttUdby ottr own Jl«porter 

St. P40L, Dec. 16, 18«1. 
There has been but UtUe doing in the 
Wheat Market for the last few dajs, on ac 
count of the weather. The receipts are light 
with a slight advauce over last quotation. 

WHEAT, Choice 62c. No. 2, 60c, 

RYE. 20a26c |j bushel. 
.OATS. 20a25c do 

BARLEY. 2Ja30 do 

CORN. 30a35 do 

TIMOTHY. II 50al 75^1^ bushel. 

FLoUR. Sapertine |3 6u, extra 14 00. 

CORN MEAL, t^ bag $1. 

BEANS. While Is bushel 70aB0c. 

BUTTKK. Firkin %j lb 7alOc, country, in 
rolls, 10aI2c. 

MESvSPoRK. %i bbl, $12al3. 

ME8S BEEF. ^ bbl, llOall. 

BACON. Sugar cored, lU^allc, canvassed, 
lOall, plain Salic, shoulders, 5^aCo. 

DHlEli BEEF. r2al3c ;^ lb. 

LARD, y IL, 7asc. 

SUGAR. N 0, %^ lb, DalOc, Havana lOalM, 
relined, A i B, llall^, Cuba, rehned, llallt, 
Loat, crushed and powdered, l^^alS^. 

COFFEE. Prune Uio per lb. itialT 1-2. La- 
gnayra iHc, Java 22a26o. 

RICE, ^ lb i^alOc. 

SALT, Prime article, 12 60 ^ bbL 

EGOS, y doz i5a20c. 

FRUITS, Green Apples y bbl $3 60a3 75 
dried, ^ lb 7 1 2a8 1.2c ; Peaches. 9al2 l-2c ; 
Cranberries, y bush. 76al0jc ; Raisins $3 50a 
3 76 ^ box; half boxes, 12 ; Prunes, y 1.12a 
10 1-2; Curauts, 12al5c ; Ahnonds, llal8c. 

FibH. No. 1 Mackerel, y bbl $20 ; No. 2 
$14 ; No. 3, $14. Dry Cod, y bbl $6 oOa7 60. 
Scaled Herring, %| box, 76c. 

CANDLES. Mould Tallow, lOalO 1.2c ^Ib; 
Star, 16 l-2al7 1*2 ; Adamantiue, 20o : Sperm. 
•lOaoOc. 

CHEESE. W. R. ^ lb DalU ; E. D. Ilal2c. 

LIQUORS. Rectified Common, ^ gal, 18a20; 
Monongahela, 60a7Jc ; Old Hourbon, 60a75c. 
Cider, ^ bbl 7 50a$S ; Tierces, $7. 

ME.^^rs. Heel, on foot, .2c. Pork. 24a2Jc. 
Mutton y head, $2 6Ua4 UO. Venison ^ ?tt 5aGc. 
Poultry, Sa'Jc. 

POTATOES. Neshannocks and piLK eyes, 
y bushel, 20a25c. Mixed lota, 15a2(,:. 

ONIONS, y bush, a6a40c. 

OILS. Carbon, y gal., 66a60o. Whale, 65a 
Oc. Neatsfoot, $1 00. Lard, «6al>6c. Linseed, 
»6c. Turpentine, $1 60. 

WHITE LEAD, y cwt., $6 60a7 60. 

MOLASSEti. i'lantatiou y gal., 40a45c. So* 
gar House, 48a50c. Uolden Syrup, tkJatOc. 

LEAD AND iSHOT. Pig y C 7c. Bar Tic. 
Shot y bag, $1 b5. 

LIME. Prune Point Byron, II 60. Alton, 
$1 25. 

SOAPS. Common y lb 4ia6c. Family, 5^0. 
Palm, 5.«aGc. Castile, 14al(>c. 

GLA&>a. American Window, 8x10, $2 00a 
2.26. 10x12, .$2 25a2 50. 10x14, $2 5082 75. 
10x16 to 12x16, $2 75a3 00. 12xla to 12x20, 
$4 0Ua5 00. Per ton, about $8 OOalO 00. 

IRON Fiat Bar, Pennsylvania, all sizes uu> 
der -l^jil inch %j lb 5c; Juniata do 7c. 

STcELE Euglish Ca8t,_ y lb 25c; English 
Spring 10c; American do fOc; English Blister 
2uc; American do 12^c. 

LUMBER Common inch y m $8al2i; clear 
$2ua25; biding $ltia2U; Flooring $lGa20; Lath 
$1,50; Shingles $2 25a300; 

COAL. Pittsburgh y bushel 60a75c; IU 
iiuois 4Uc. 

CORDAGE. Manilla y lb 10al2c; Jute OalOc; 

CRACKERa Butter y bbl $5 50a6; Water 
$4 50; !»oda and Boston |6a7; Pilot Bread 13 50 

H1DE.-3 Dry |Saa; Green $3a4. 

tsT. PAUL FUR MARKET. 

DsdBiiBSU 16, 1861. 
There ia at present, quite a scarcity of ^t 
class turs. consequently a fair price is oHered. 
The following quotations may be strictly relied 
upon as the cash price : 
UlDk 9 

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SU. 

riBher 3 UO. 

Ouer .. 3 UU 

While Wolt, 60. 
erairle •• so. 

Martlu 2 00- 

Mcinlt 8. 

Uadxer 15. 

Oeerakiuii piB) 10. 



$1 26 HUck Bear... 6 00.. 7 00 
SO Buck Cub.... 2 60.. 3 to 

S SU Bed Fox 1 10.. 1 26 

^ SOOoM " .... 2 00.. 4 00 

I 00 surer •' Ju 00.. 40 00 

fri Beaver pr Bkia 79.. 126 

3 60 LvDi 1 00.. 1 26 

10 Wild tat 30.. 60 

25 Bp'ng. Wiu'r. 
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At 



O. U. MIZ'B. 



A WORD TO ALl WHO WISH TO 
BUY 

BOOKS OR .STATIONERY. 

Havlnc added largely to m ^ Block by purcbasaa for 
Oatih, 

/ orrsB aoPERioR iroacxMeirTS to cash 

PUBCa^JISS. 
declS-dAwlm «;. h uiX. 

HOLLAND, BERRY & DAWSON, 
BAMKKKM. 
WUl buy and aeil KzcbaDi:e, Land Warrants, State, 
OcuDty aud Cliy Scrip. 
Collections made, and proiapUj remitted. 
Sate InTestaaeDU made, and Taxes paid lor non-real- 
dents. 

Tblrd street. Bt. Paul Mlaicaota. nnrgj-dly 



MINNKS01A BTAGK CO., 

CAR&TUIfl THE 

North west'n -b^xprewfe* 



THE 



AMD 
UNITED STATES 



MAI!,. 



P'^prtetors : 
J. V BUBBAMK A CO., JHO. L. MKKKIAM. 



The Roaiaara well itooked witb Plrat Class Uorkea, 
Ooaoord Coaobes. with ciu-eful and eioerleooed Driv* 
era.all uuder the eontrol of eooipetrnl Amenta. 



80h:ei:>ujl.k 

of departures from saint 



PAUL. 



gYERS & POLLOCK 

JAOKaOM ITRIIT, OrPOtflTK TBI BIQ CLOCK, «t. nVL, 

Manufacturera and dealera la COPPER, SHEET IRON 
and TINWARE. 9T0VKS of tbe latest palterna. 
Steambeat and Steam Mill V^ork promptly attended to. 
deoIOdly 



PUELAN 



B R O \7 N 



aGKMT rOR 

'. COLLO'NDEB'S 
TABLEiS. and 

PATENT COJiaiNAnON CUSHIONS 



BILUARD 



HaTlngreceU«d the Ageicy fir thia section of couo- 
try lor the above firm. I am prepared at all llmeeto at 
up and rwrnlah everything nrc. asary f( r a Kirgl Claga 
BILLIARD ROOM ; aud am readv at al! times t . over- 
haul, refit, and put In ruunlig order, Tableti out of re- 
pair. Cuabiong re covered, llalis Colored, Ac. Ac. 

P.S. P'eraooa wiablng any information Ic relation lo 

&rlce and quali-.y of arilcles, can apply 
atropellUn Billiard Room, .'^t Paul 



U) me lU the 
decU-om 



w 



ANTED 



cot 



A lew more Good STAG 8 HORSES, weighing! 
lea* than lUBO lb«, nor over a^ivm year < old, ftKr^ich 
we will pay a fair price. 

Dee ember 11, 1861. 



BUBBANK A CO. 
dlw 



From St. Luula. 



bpecl 1 Ulapaioh to the l.hicat;o Tribuan. 

Gen. Ilalleck's order levying a contri buj 
tion of 1810,000 on the aecesb, has created 
more condternation than did his order, No. 
13. The common remark is that the pres- 
ent tax agent ia not cared for, but the next 
levy may t>e for $100,000. Charles Borge, 
of the Committee to Qg.sc88 the amount, is 
President of the Board of County Assess 
ors and a strong German Union man. lie 
has Blrea«ly commenced the preparation of 
a list of tax payers, upon which to base the 
assessment of tho $10,000 will be made. 

It has been ascertained that Trusten 
Polk eludetl the vigilance of the Provost 
Guards, and left here without a paPS for 
the South, since the arrest of November 
last. 

A shocking affair occurred at Benton 
Barracks last night. An Irishman living 
in the vicinity had Pome difficulty with a 
mi mber of Birge's sharpshooters, and in a 
collision which followed, killed him, which 
so enraged the sharpshooters that several 
went to the Irishman's house, aud burned it 
to the groond. 



ST. PAUL MEAT MARKET, 

Beef, on foot 2c. 

Pork, $2.6002.76. 

Mutton, per head I2.50@4 00 

Venidon, per 11) 6@6c. 

Poultry do 6®ac. 

nONBTAUY QUOTATIONS. 

BY BIDWELL & WALDBY, 

BAMKKUS A DEALRKS IN KXCHANUB, LAND WAR* 
HANTS, AC. 

St. Paul, Deo 10, 1S61. 

BANKABLE PCNDS. 

New England, Bank State of loUiaaa, 

New York, Detroit, 

New Jerttey, Iowa, 

PbiladelpLla, People's. 

Ohio. U.S.Tr'yDemaud notes 

4af~Uucuri'ent tundB bought al EaBteru rates. 

RXCUANOB. 

Drafts on New York selliug, viz : 

For Eastern Fuuds I per ceut. prem. 

" Ohio, Bk State of la 1 " 

iowa, Detroit I *" 

People's l^ »' 

" Canada 2 " 

" U.S. Gold Coin.... 4 *• 



JJLACK CLOTH COATS, 

Silk Velvet Vests, 



All) 



DOESKIN PANTS 



decll. 



At 



W. H. TKMPLK'S. 

Third Street. 



s 



TRAY COW 



Oame into my eueloiiire oii the .VKh day ef Novem- 
ber, one Black and White COW. about twelve years 

<*««"-»l' 4 mllea wfest. 



Por Uaalinif ., K*«d Wing, Reo.le, Wabaabaw. Winona 

miLit*!." '■''o'*''; ""'"^e""* ""h Uie L*Orooeoana 
MUwaukee Railr.iad> daily, a: 6 o'clock a, u. 

o'c?ock'A*ll'*°"^d2°P ^''"'***>olis-Twice dally, at 

for Maoomiu, Anoka, MonUcello, and St. OkMd— 
Mondaj n, V, eduesdayg and Friday* at 4 o'clock A. H. 

For Sauk Kapiat., Belle Pralne. Fort Rlplt *adCroW 
W lug— MoBUajr., aod Fndaya at 4 o'clock AM. 

For SUllwaler— Dally at b o'clock A.H. 

For Marine Taylor's Fallt and Fails ol St. CroIX— 
Monda>'« aud Thursdaya at 6 o'clock A.M. 

ForSuatTWjr— Bvery Monday, at 4 o'clock A M. 

ForSuunse. wiih cono ••«.•. tons to BayUeld— Kver» 
Monday aud Tbarsday al 4 o'clock A.M. 

Per Rlcbmoud, Sank t:ent«^r AieiandrU, Pomme Oe 
Terre, Breckinrid«e. and Fori Abcixwible-Mondaya 
and Fridayn at 4 o'clock A. M. "«»»*• 

For Ueorgetown, Pembiua. Fort Uarry and the 
Red «lverN«ttlement— Every Friday at 4 o'clock A.M 

For I nrther particulars nn^uire at Lbe U«n«rai 01bc« 
iu Third street, near tbe 'Am«ri.-an,' or at tke UAtc* at 
the Nerlh Weatero KipreaaCompaDy 

8t. Paul. Wot. 22, 1861 ' noTlS 

PREIGHTS FBOM LA CKOSSK. 

Tbe undersigned are prepared to 

COlsiTKACT FiilEaHTS 
to and n-om La Croase at 

Special and Lowr Rates. 

Also between 8u Paal and New York, by 

" MKKCHATNS' DESPATCH" OK KXPRBSB, 

AT RKDUCiit) RAXKSi 

nov26dlao J. C. BURBANK A tX>. 

JJOTICE TO PASSENUEKs! 
STAG^ES 

FOR 

ST. ANTHONY & MINNEAP0Ll.<5 

I.BAVB ST. PAUL AT 8 O'CUJCK A.M. 

AND 2 P.M. 

LEAVE ST. ANTUONY AT 7 JO A.M. 

•*"A' 2JU P.M. 

FARE, FIFTY CENTS EACH WAY. 

""^'^ J. C. BUBBANK A CO, 



1 c. 

Cl« CO. 






HARKKT8 . 



Niw YoBK, Dec. 16. 

Political accouDta from Englaud have some- 
wliat unsettled the Floor market; prices how- 
ever have uadergone do decided cbaoge; hold- 
era are firm, aud tendeocy upward. Sales 
14.900 barrels. 

WHEAT aoaettled by political oews from 
Euglaud. but prices thus far are without de- 
cided change. Tendency of market upward. 



JL O S T , 

oo Friday, a BI.A<;k VKII,, en Jacknon or Serenh 
rieeta. Ibe finder will be rewarded by leaving it ai 
N. H i;i»m's l»ry Hoods store, on TUlrd sirMot 

drcU 3t 






,NORrH WESTERN 

iHarneas Mahm- 
factory. ' 



9^ 



REMOVAL. 



Tbe subscribers haTlng Removed tbelr "North. 

weatern Harness Manufactory" U^ Edgerton's Block. 

(a-xtda«r ti ilie. Bank) are prepared to offer lo the 

public the best aaaortmeut to be found In Ibis city of 

HABRRMS, NADDLKS. TRUNKS. WHIPS. 

BLANKKTS, 

And all olber articles usually found lo a flrst olass 
Harness Manufactory. 

All kinda of work in our Hue made to onler and re- 
pairing done wtib ueiitnciaaMnd dlHpatch. 

N.B. All work It-avlQK our shop Is Warranted to be 
as repreneuted , and we are deurmloed not to be un- 
dersold by any house in the Northwest. 

LOYE A MAUII.L. 
Kaint Faul. Deeember 11, I MI. 

SUGARS— 200 BBLS. CO.M PRISING 
every variety p. y. Mc^i ILL AN. 

VINEGAR MANUFACTORY.— BY 
„ , ^....''^''''j'' *'»*'> ngtjM Btre«t Uppsr l.e»ee, St. 
laul. fhankfu! lor past lavora, 1 r«Bpectfully inform 



in 



ibe ijubllc, that I have eularRed iny Vinegar Work- 
my uew ston^f bul.ainif.io such an extent. ihHt I am able 
to supply the people of Mlnnp*)ia wlLh ih»! Cfl brai„a 



ople 1 
vin« 



pure, premium vinegar, t>in<ie and double sreogth, 
for Jii. . ouiB prices, l lOa Vinegar is eicellent for ure- 
servlog pinkies. This Vioegar has been tested aud an- 
alyzed and « reoommeuded by Dr. I). B. Reid, prao 
UcalOhemist.f this city. nov27dly 



r N T E L L I G E N t R O F F 1 CjE 



UPIIAM & liOLMES, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 
COMMISSION MKUCil AN TH 

AND Ot'.ALKBS IN BOAT A BAR STORK8, 
it J. V. Simpson's Warehouse, 

sepl»-daw«m lower Levee. 8t Panl, Minn. 



B. J. 

rillRl) HTUKbr 



KNOtiELSDORFF, 



B PAUL 



Oppo:>ii. >u.. '>« A FurepaugU's^iure, 
Where male «n<t em ib help ol all kiudo may bn oh- 
laiued Orders prom^ity attended, (ioud servants wiU 
ind respectable altuations ly ealling at this ollioe 
aol4-dly 

n^H A R I, E S H. MIX, 

BOUKSfclLLKU AJiD 8TAT10NER, 
THIRD sr. ST. PAUL, MINN 

%0O0K>iOR TO W. a. COMBS. 

Having purobaiM-U ih.- enUre stock ol Mr. W. S. Oombn, 
In the Book and ^intionery business, solicits a share erf 
tbe public natnMiage 

I re.pecllolly irtiJer lo tbeelllMns ol St Paul and the 
Staled! .Minue!«>iH 111- ■' " . .. - 

ed to me, aa<l !> 'xpeal 
of the itame. 

BUlec2l ed21 WILLIAM S 



V lb»ok8 lor the patrouH^e t- iiend 
k for my successor a con Unuaucc 



tlnuauce 
COM as. 



pIONEER FOUNDRY 

AMD 

Agricultui-al ^Vorks- 

SAINT PAUL, Miniie ou. 
Tbe subscribers having eased the 
PIONKJKR S^OUNDR^ 
AND 

MACHINB W0BK8, IN THIS CITT, 

aod put It in good working order, are prepared to 
FURRISH CASTINGS AND MACHINE WORK AT 

ASTONISHLSGLY t,LOW RA TES. 

BeiuK practical Machiulsls, and doing a good prouor^ 
tion of Ibe work ourselves, we defy competition with 
our prirea. 

HavlnK ibeUrgest ind b«8t aasorluienl of patterns of 
f y rsiahlmhrnfiii wc«t ni <;hlra»fo, we oan furuinb 
aim'istany rcMuired bill ol work wllhoui eilra chariro 
forpatlerDs. — •««• 

Wa otter the foUowiag list of prices far I8S1. 



Mill eastings. 
Building columns... 

Hftso WRlghU 

81ei){h.><h. es 

(Irate Kara 

Farmt:n>' Kettles 

Wagon Boxes 

Bal^u Metal 

Britas Caatings 



$i per cwt 

•« S per cwt 

S per ewi 

Spercwt 

3 per ewt 

>...... 4 c:b per l> 

...... 4 ets per I> 

25 els per K 

.25 to !IU ets per l> 



H 



8T 



E N R Y M K E N T Y, 
OKALKR IN 

R K AJL. KSTATK 

■ PAUL MINNKBOTA. 

Will also locate LAND WABRANlBand sell 

dedl-dAwly 



KKAL KBTATK UN OUMMIHBION 
December 1, 1861. 



piFTH REGIMENT. 

IB18U rgLLOW<:0UNTRYMKN, TO ABMH I 

Now Is the Ume to stand by the "Stars aud Stripes" 
and help to preserve the Uulon '. Kvery loyal Male has 
ent lorth an Irish Keglme-t— shall MlLuesoui alone be 
u exeeptloB r For ibe bouor ot our native land, and by 
he allegiance due this, our adopted oouniry, tbe 1 amt 
of millions o( the Irish people, let lu mu.ier in<o the 
rum KegimenUsnd leave u> i)ur <leseeud»at8 iu Mbi- 
n aota, a memory of which they will be proud 

Our fallow ciiiiens of every nationality, will gladly 
join, knowing well, that on the baiilefleld, tbe -Fifih " 
m courage, will prove aeooud ui none. 

Lei us frateruize with all who alter, and endeavor lo 
complete the Regiment to lis maiimum 

We can also have a Catholic ebaptalti , and with so 
avorabe an opporlualty. U there an Irishman who cau 
that will not volunteer; 

Clothing will be distributed and pay commenced on 
being sworn in. «13 to S2u per moult, with the u»mil 
o/to«:,MK«of 24 t« 40 cents psr day, when emplovej on 
•"f^ '!.'*'■'' u ' *™ °°* raf.lng an IRISH iomPaNY 
and invite those wUhlng to eniist, aud who take a prlda 
lu such an organization, to aign the roli with 

MB, HILL, 
at Borup A Champ lu's Levee, hi. Paul. 
Or write to my addnjM. P«TKB O'CONNOR 

iJ?".*.^i***.^*'' „ 8t. Anthony. 

Don't deUy. boys, the Vonp lay wUl aovn be full. 



Lathe work or finishing. «Sper day . and all other work 
at corresponding price*. •»««» 

We are aleo manutat-luring and dealing in all klnda oJ 
Agnculi iral Implements, such as 1, 2, 5, 4, 6, « and lo 
horse poweni and threshing machines, reapers lan- 
miUs, corn shellers straw eutlers, plows, grain drUla 
agnculiural furnaces, etc., all of which i» can sell al 
ao to 40 per cent, Liower 

laau any one eUe can (tUord lh«m. H 
ac 
- ry 
Mantitaotory corner of Fifih and Pike ata. 



joaa HOLLABD. 

L L A N D 



WILLI A> DAWSOa. 

DAWSON 



UOLLAND <Jc 

DEALERS IN LAKD WARRANTS, 

,^.., .8TATK, COUNTY. AMD CITY SCRIP. 
Will also buy and sell Real Kslale, pay Taxes loan 
money, sell Laud Warrautti, on ene or two years 
lUne, Ac., «c. j ~» 

Opposite H-CWSON A BAHNK.S' BANK. St Paul 
ocSl-dAw9iid 



Beauiiaont 6c Ghordon, 

GROCERS 

AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

LARPKNTKUB'S OLB HT,iNl), 

• JACKSON STS, 



COBNKR THIRD 

a'!t2l-dAwly 



P. 



F. McGtTJlLLAN. 

WHOLESALE GROCER, 
A.na Commission Alerohaiil, 

PRINOK'S NKW BLOCK, 
^g*,^^^^^^^IjKVKKj8AINT PAUL. 



QURRENCY AND EXCHANGE 

QUOTATIONS OF 

THOMPSON. BROS., 
Bankers 

Amh 

DEALERS LM EXCHANGE, LAND 

WARRANTS, Ac. 

BANKABLS FUNDS. 

New York, New Knglanu. 

^^'•• MiehigaS. 

'°J"">». New Jersey. 

Jj;*'*' . Pbiladalpbia 

Wiuoua County Bank, Pitisburgb 

Ramsey Co. Kmorsed Rrrtp. Poopias' Hank, 
U. ^-. Demand Noies, City ol St fan! Scrip. 
LnltedbU.es 6 per .-em. 2 yrs Notes, 

BXCHANQK RATB8. 

Bankable Fund. Premlumu 

Ohio, luJlana. lows !! ** 

New York and New fCagiai>d '.' i- 

Am.Uoli f» 

United Slates Treasury 7 ^ lU Noww.".'.".'..".*.*.".".'.'.".".".' J 

Subscrtptiors received at r,u-Ofll«e tor the National 
I*->an, bearing 7 3 lu lulerwt, <,r one cent per day on 
each 60 dollar note, by appointment of the Secretary of 
tne Treasury. 

November 7, 1361. 



& H. C. BURBANK A 

for Hudson's JBay Cc», 
WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

Storaere, Foi'wardinj^ 

AND 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Wholesale dealer* in grocerisa, flour, pork, grain and 
rovisions. lime, cement, plastering hair, nails, sail, 
priui and wrapping papar. printers' ttaiiOB<sry.«te. 

FreighU eoatracted both eastward and westward. 

Caah advaaees made on cnaignmenu, at all time 
In any amoaat. 

Freights contracted and Shipments made to Fq, 
Uarry, and ihe Red klver cuutry. 

PersoDK conPigBing griode lo oui ear*, can depend ^ 
an the ir iQieresu being pr.i*cted In regard loover cba 
ges. .ioodMor*. «^. Ibe ,oHe„, g.„„g rates irrc- 
•pecliveot any par* .larllne ttr buat Siorace ku* 
'Jommlsslon a* _ow asany renpeeutble houeo. 

OlBce ,.r Mie Levee, (,.„i of Kinley stret'l. 

J. C, A H.«;. BURKAMk A lO 

J. (^ BURBANK. Oenoral Agent for the Ualeoit 
Dunleiih. Duhuone A Minnesota Packet t^ompaav. 



|> R i 



P A P E 



AV 



REDUCED PRICES, 

tloDslantly n iiaud and loi sale al the lowest prlee 

fKJNTKRS' INKS. 
Orders hlleu b> Kiureas at better rale* than «a 
>b taiued elsew bere. 

ASH, AND THK UIUUE8T PRICK PAID F 
RAG,* AT Ol-R WARKHorSK 

J. t; A H.C liURBAMK A CO 



STAPLE UROCISRIES.— WE UAVF 
c ^'nS'^'rexuJi., arrive, ihe LARtJKST STOi'K a 
Sl^le Groceries ever brought to this market and 
OesJersIrom theouulry are requeat«d locailandei 
amine oar Stock siidrice List bifore going below 
J. r. A H. C.BURBAN6 A CO.. 

'•ortierLeveeandSlbleys'. ee 



Q I LI O I LI . 

AGKNOT OF TBK gUKKNCITY OIL COMPAN\. 
AT 

XJuham <fc Holrae.s, 

LOWER I.KVBB, 8T. PAUL. 

100 BBLS. PETRULIUM OIL 

FOR BALE BY THK BARREL AND OALU)N 

PRICK PER GALLON. M CENTS. 

This OH has Ukeii tbe premium nver fill others at the 
New York and Michigan Stale Fairs, am is warranirHl 
non-eiploalve, and loglve euUre satlsi action. 
nov>7-ly 

C [I E E H Y & BROTHER. 

^ KECTIFIKRS. ANB DEALERS IN 

Foreign & I^omestio Liouors. 

GKOCKRIK8, A*',, AC. 



net7-d 



fl. 



»slkiud« of threshing machiue's lu'ute'rn it*"*™*'** 



re, cau do repairing ai very low rales. 



o country. 



i;;:^^g::r2%^.j::-°"^°"'-°^^>:V U';fe,^^ 

TO T_UE W O R L~D. 
CANCER CURED. 



J" 



CAPTAIN SAMUEL PAINIBB 

Of tbU city, having effected aome eight or ten perma- 
nent cures of Cancer within tbe past two veara. has 



been InducedVnrciTalm » "ibe* world'thir he^'wuT'cSrS 
the worst case offaDcer effectually In lets than twenu 
days. AuCiire no pay. ' 

To be assured of ihe truth of 
affidavii u aitached, and the sub 
day, and in a few days other afli' 



above, the following 
>jeet can be a*en every 
davits will be procured: 



St. Padl, Aug. 30, 1861 

„^, I., ,k .1,- .. ■ bewn alHiC ted wiih a can- 
cer In the ihr„at for two years, and have advised with 
Phj.loiacs in St lx»HU and other ciues, but withou a 
hopeirf re lei. I made applioaiiou lo Cap.alu Samuel 
l-alnter. ol 8u PatU, who Informed me he wouldeUec 
a permanent cure, else he would make no eharge. He 
eillmgou *"' ""^ »irecied cau be convmeea of by 
**P 8AMUBL HUNTER. 

CANDY-250 BOXES ASSORTEJJ 
iJUek aud Faaoy. i; f. McyuiLLAN. 



, nx. rAHL, Aug. 30. IHi 

J.^^.tH ,1°.'.L".*'.11' .*°^ ^*'« t>e«n aimcied wiih a can- 



J. BRA IN A RD 
M 1 L I^ S. 



& C O.'S 



SITUATED ON PHALoN'S CREEK, WHERE TH 
STILLWATER ROADOUOS8E8. 

hJ'"*,?""'"-'u""'°™»''**^'*'""* "> ««x» running or- 

m-n,. llil "'^'»','>"^e'n''r«ce« all tbe latest Improve- 
menia got up In the^^ witliout regard lo e^^ense. 
iil? '"V"n of burrs which wlU Iw kept r^nin^ 
ulgnt and day, so that farmers coming from a disianci 
can be acoommodaied without much deUy 

The want of a flrst-claas mill of thU kind has loug 
been felt Oy the ciU^ensofSi. 'aul aod vicinity * 

I... 1 U"* ■«f'""e'l the service* of James Craile. who 
has made milling the brulness of bis Bfe, andTn whom 
•"- -^u pla*« e.upe contldenoe. All kinds of graiu w.u 



we cau J..- ~.. v._...„,^uuuciioe. ah amasor gri 

beneighed when brought lo .be mill, and ais- wheu 
SeZh^p'^;; '"•*''"'*• *" ''"'oo-fiWlnilylng t^ 

?nV^,V,,^„ * '^"'J*'*'' *? '"> "" '° Mit.Desot*. and re 
i«.nl ,i'L '?''?L' 'f'" "■'*'• All wheat and o.her 
H^l a^.'^ "' '''* ""^'' »"»* "••"■• deliver^ to any part 

^riT^ifr*""'*^*"- All work wa» be warranted. 

ocl7-d,wAiw 




Tblri street. be;v et- • 
Dawa.n's Blnek. 



.Jacksoi; au i Hi<^^rt *ire«ts 
decC dly 



IIEWSON AND BARNES 

BANKEE8, 

Atthe odleefermerly occupied by Dana A White, Third 
street. Ml. Paul, will bny fad *ell Kschange, Land War 
rants, Kiaie, County aod City Hcrip. Money loaned r>n 
g< od cuilaterals 

Refer by pormtssi m to MetrO)>olllan Bank, New 
York , Cayuga (Vniniy Bank. Anbum. N. Y. ; E vans A 
Co., Bankers. Clociuoa'l. (•l)i>, 11 F. (^arvitr A C«. 
Rankers. Cblragn. Ill lOOB* Wtkm Hs Be <%ard, *,u>h 
inguiu, D. <:. . Tbunpsoo Bro's. Bankers, 8u Paul 
Bank of 8i. fanl.M. Paul. feblS-dAwly 



K 



AG CAR 1' ETS. 



JJ^ MORIN, 



WL'OLEHALK OROOER, FORWARDING AND, 

00>iMI8«ImN MERCHANT. 

And l>ealer lu Flour aud Park, Foreign und DomeaUe 

Liquors and i Cigars, 

ocrner Third aud Jackson stret ts, .Sibley's Stooe Blook 

Bt. Paul . 

N.B. —All kinds of Produce boughtfor goods oroau. 

mailHlAvlT 



Charles Kramerath, 

CAK1*KT WKAVKR, 
WASHINGTON STREET, BACK OF CITY HALL 
<'* *h for raj^. two eenta per pound. marl 

^ W Ts YOUR TIME 



JJO 



TO BUY 

BEST CARBON OIL, 

THAT WILL NOT EXPLODE, FOR CO AND 65c. 

PKK GALLON, AT 

K. AHY. BELL'B, 
00T5 Nesr tbo Wlotiow iioose, 3d tb, St. Panl. 




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5V fHR P10Nfi«H PKISTINO CO.: 
-iEVEN DOI^LAR^ A YEAR. 



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SAINT PAUL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER la 1861. 



j NBW SERIES — NUMBEb 176e 
) WHOi^ NDUBEB, a34d 



|1ioncer i' gtmccrat. 



ReorgaulKlnK tbe Armjr. 



five torts, be received FremoDt's written 



•yririAi- ^Artn or th n oirr aitd coonty. 



t>T. r»OL, WEDNF8DAY, DECEMBER 18. 



>AA' FOURTH PAGE. 



Th« Tfclcifraphlc Nciva. 



In tbe aoDual report ot the War De- j orders tor $237,000, or four timea as much 
partruent tbe followicg paragraph occqr^i : *' Kappner got on ao honest yet profitable! 



CITY NEWS 



, .. ,^ . , , contract tor his five. It would b^ strange, i , ^'" CoDNCiL.-In the Council yester- 

coLS:^'a:.h\?;rerJllJSm"r;me^ -'^^'nutiny day, Mr. John Nicote was elected Scbool 

to lime tall JjaJow Uio regulaiiun suudara — "noald fiod apoioKista in e'ther branch of Inspector tor the 4th Ward, to fill the va- 
The adoption of iLi^ mersure will decrease (Joagrt^a. Tht- report ot tbe Investif^atinp ' cancv occasioned bv tbe absence of J J 
the number ot officer«. and proportionabJy di- Committee will be laid before the HoaseivT u • .u a . /. , 

mm..h the e.xp.nse.s of the arm>. ^0^^^ ^^ ^^-^^ ^^^ ^.j^j . ^^ ^^ .^j^ | Noab, now in the Army. And for the Ist 

This salutary reform, it sei-ms, w about are Henry Whrd Beecher'a flock, who re ' ^*'d. the Rev. J. D. Pope was elected to 
b'ing undertaken without waiting the ac- cently gave three cheere, and other draimul fill the vacancy occasioned by the absence 
There la no additional news from Europe, ' tion of CoDgreFs, if we may credit tLe eub- 1 '"^ mani/estatioM, on the Lord's day, in 1 of Dr. Phillips 
bat it is oBcertaint-d that no ice.^sengerj joined telegraphic dispatch which we find ^<^°or of the Pathfinder 
came over in tbe Arabia to deliver the| in the N. Y. Iribune : 



L ATEST NEW S THE CHARLESTON FIEEl' 
Bf TlkLEGRAPH TO ST. PACLj^^** ^•'^ *^ **«^'"» »^inion9. 

IVI ^ S LO fV' 8 LINE. 



Tliirty-Seventh Congress, 

FISST SESSIOy. 

WxaHi.NQTOK, December 17. 
Sbnatk. — A bill was received from the 



Nevrs fioDi Waghington. 



British Ultimatao), and Mr. Seward has 
expressed the opinioo that there will be do 
war with England. 

The fire in t^'harleston caused a destruc- 
tion of property to the amount ot from 
five to seven millions of dollars, and the 
Confederate Congress appropriated two 
hundred and fifty thousand dollars to the 
aaiTcrtrers. No mention i.s made of ih«' 
negro insurrection. 

The capture of a rebel privateer, and 
two s earners is announced. 



Th. „„^„„ , , ^ ,. , ■ . , PLEASANT NAVAL ENOAGEMRNT. 

The government has decided poaiuvejy on, Vr«. \'^.,., r»« i" fu ty 
the policy or filling up the numbers of the reg- . . ^^ ' ^^^' ^'^^- ^ ' ' ^^^ ConstUuilon, 
imenta in the field to l,U4ti men. If it shall '^hicb arrived here yesterday, lelt at 8hip 
be necesaaiy to dff this to break op the im I Island a large body ol troops, her pplen- 
perlect organizations now in progresa. taking : did rilltd long range guus and six tine life 
the rank aud hlo and leaving the offlcers. it I hr.«ta I'ln X^ ^«t ♦ko7»«« ♦♦♦ V^ -i j 

will be done. The government has no notion | P°^^^* . V"/^*" ^*y ^^^ Constttution sailed 
of putting ihto the field an army ot offioetH. ' '''0™ ^^'P l^^land a naval engagement took 
or of pulling them into the Treaaury either, i place wilbin sight of and quite near the 

'I'v, j:fl :- . . - ^ Island, between U. S. gunooatJVew Lon- 

don and the steamer Desoto and two rebel 



A resolution passed the Oouncil sus- 
pending further work on the streets unle<« 



Fortress Monrob, E'cc. 16. — Norfolk 

and Richmond papers give full particulars i House to authorise the raising of a vol jn- 
' of tb« extensive conflagrstion in Charles* [ teer force for the delence of Kentucky. On 
■ t«D, South Carolina. Tf»e fir« broke out ' motion ol Mr, Howell it was referred to 

MASON AND SLIDELL NOT TO B£ GIV- 0° ^^^ ^^^^' 'D a sash aui.1 blind factory at j Militia Committe.-. 

\sr r»* ^K' a ' ^^ ''**^ °' Hazel street, extending to the | Mr. Suuiaer presented several petitions 

■ ,^^^r°L^^'-J^^' ^^—"^^'<^^'^ ^P«* machine shop ol Cameron & Co., and before ■ lor emaucipution of slaves ol rebels 
^'•"^ President has received no otfis Oiidoight the tire had assi.uitd an appaliiug , Mr. Wilson reported a bill tor an inerease 
cial information from England relative to magnitude, and Meeting street from Mar- ; of the number ot cadets at Weat Point 
the Mason and Sliddl affair. The cabinet ket to Queen, was a ma-s of flame. I Mr. Latham oflercd a resolution that the 



specifically directed by tbe Committee on has been in session for several hours to-day, ' As tenement otter teueoient was enveU i Secreury ol War be requebted to inform 
" daring which our difficulty with England I oped in 11 iuieg. tbe panic aecaroe awful and the Senate by virtue of wuat law and what 

was discussed with great calmness and firm- 1 thousands of families evacuated their houses 1 reason pas.>ports are required Irom paasen- 



The difference is a very important one, 
lor a regiment is an expensive organization, 
aijd with six hundred and sixty of them in 



arnaed vessels, the Pamlico and California, 



Streets 

The difft ent Fire Companies were voted 
their quar jrly appropriations. 

Opknimo Biqht. — DeHaven gives his 
first entertainment to tbe citizens of this 
city to-night. 

Mr. DeUaven has leased aud fitted upi 



.ae «e,d. e^ci. wi.h . f.„ re^Jaeot., .uff. j l^^ ^^ o'S'To'' Z^Z. Z^' 1 f ' .--'^"^ 'T"*' ' '"^T ."^' ^■^^'^'^'^'^l SITL l^^ . T^lilZ 



was hurt on either side. 



C«n. lioM«cr«iia Mt Clncliinatl, 



General Kosecrtua h-.d a fine reception 
at CineioDati on bis return from Western 
Virginia. In tbe course of his remarks, in 
response to the welcome speech of the May 
or, he said that "Floyd escaped not oe- 
caose it was necessary, but because orders 
had not bun obei/ed.'^ 



OUR NRurs svmihary. 

— A shocking murder was committed in 
Baltim-)rc las wi-ek, at the camp ol the 
Second Maryland Kegiment, stationed in 
the suburbs of the city. While the regi- 
ment was drawn op for dress parade, a pri- 
vate named Charles Koocs came from bis 
ttnt, pick-.d up H musket, took deliberate 
aim at Lieutenant Wilson, fired and killed 
him on the spot, it appears that some 
three weeks since, Lieutenant Wilson shot 
a privut'j named Gardner, for persistent in- 
subordination after three times mnning the 
pickets, killing bim. Koons, who was a 
friend of the deceased, determined to re 
▼enge his death by taking the life ol Lieu- 
tenant Wilson. The Lieutenant was a res- 
ident of Bultiraore, and was generally es* 
teemed in the regiment. Great indignation 
is expressed in the regiment at the murder, 
and a disposition was manifested to take 
imn^ediate vengeance on Koons, but he was 
immediately sent a prisoner to Fort Mc« 
Iknry. 

—Mr. James Clement, editor ol the Du- 
buque Times, was assanlttd in the street in 
that city ou Wednesday Lst, by Mr. John 
Hodnett. The provocation was a severe 
personal assault upon Uoduett in C'lenJonl'H 
paper. 'J'he atwailaui w»s disarmed by 
Clement all*cr the infliction of one or two 
blows, and the crowd interfered. 

— Although the removal ot the Confed- 
erate cupitil irom Kiehmond to Nashville 
is, lor tbe time, defeated by the ii.dignant 
bowl that Kichmoiid raised about it, there 
is said to be little doubt bat the capitul 
will be removed before the ussfmbiing of 
the first regular, Congress in February. 

— John P. Jackson, Vice Presklent 
and Superintendent] of the New Jersey 
Railroad and Tiansportation Company, 
died at his residency in Newark, on Wed- 
nesday last, oged 56. He had been con- 
tected with the company since its organi- 
vatinn. in 1832, and wag previously Speaker 
in the New Jersey Legislature. 

— The Kenosha (Wis.) Telegraph says, 
that Prof. John Ogden, principal of the 
Minnesota State Normal School, at Wino- 
na, uiid M. W . Tewksbury, A. M., Principal 
of the High School at Freepori, Illinois, 



Titer mometrltifLl liccord for IHOt. 

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SuDda; 22 

Mca1%y S7 

Tuesday 36 

W«<ln sday... C 

Tbursdity 24 

>'rid»» 10 

Saltirday 31 

Sunday 27 

M)QUy 3;: 

Tij««d»y 26 



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GEO. M. HASKELL & LADY, 

{LiTt OF 1»«W tOBK Cltr,) 

irxjR MAN xj F-Ac ruR a: rs, 

INOKBSOLL'W BLOiK. 
for. Th.rd and WabasUaw Sla., 11. Paul. 

Refer 10 Mesars. D^Uf A Kyder, Kur Dralera. Third 
Sireet. Si. P»ul,aLd Mrs. Oot. Alex. Uaa.ey 

*! A P 8 M A U B TO O B K R. d,-cl5.atf 



<SlC., including colonels, quartermasters, sur^ 

geons, chaplains, commissaries, drummers, 

fifers, musicians, &c., the load upon the na- 
tional treasury is a serious one. II two 

regiments be reduced to five hundred men 

each— and there are such cases — there is no 

reason in our paying for two regimental or* 

ganizations where only one is necessary. 

'liiia, we presume, is preliminary to an ef- 
fort to raise the numerical standard ol all 

the volunteer regiments to the new regula- 
tion of the regular army, 2300 men, upon 

the European system, known as that of 

double battalions. If it is not is ought to 

be. The country is quite ready for suoh a 

move and would heartily support it. 
General Cameron has indicated in his re* 

port one of them in which a reduction 

ought to be made ; viz , the cost of music, 

which is now excessive. As to brass bands, 
one for each brigade is sufficient, whereas 
now nearly every regiment tries to ha. e 
one, and has at least a drum and fife corps. 
All this of course would be remedied at 
once by the consolidation of the regiments 
as proposed. The effect of this consolida- 
tion would also be to increase the size and 
diminish the number of brigades, which, 
with all their corps ol Generals, Aid.s, L - 
spectors, &c., are very expensive. Anoth^ 
er effect ol this would be that, by reducing 
the number of Colonels and Generals, we 
could pick out the able officers and get rid 
of the inefficient. 

There is another fact which should be 
borne in mind. The size ol an army is not 
a proof ol its strength. One thorough 
trained soldier is worth three undisciplined 
ones. The larger we make our army the 
more difficulty we shall have in training it, 
and the more likely it is to prove unwieldy 
and ineffective. The best retrenchment 
we can practice is to enforce the most rigid w* w"i "•■n w dny.isih Dec.D-ei.at our Auction rg^bqs 

/1iu..;r.;r,a t^^^^^^} «u „<r . ' I ''u KoUert -t rfei, a lot f gecnnd hand ruml urt>. em 

dlSCipme, to compel the officers to acquire ' bracmg l arpeu. swves, Tabiea, Chaira. Lonige.. 

.1 11 ,1 r 1 . ' Bedstead*, Featherbed " ■- ■ - - - "'- 

a thorough knowledge of their profession. 



(Obody bajjjjing qq Seventh street, near the Inter- 
national Hotel, as an amphitheatre, and respondcnce would settle the matter with 



proposes to make it a permanent place of ^^^ ^^*'- 

amusement. Tbe troupe of perfor mers are 

composed ol the most prominent in »be | ^,^^P^^^'*][y g^J^^^^L." afloat between 



°6^- j and filled the streets. 

Whatever the demands from England The buildings in tbe lower part of the 
may be, and the flnglish newspaper bluster city where the fire broke out wcrt> priiici- 
is not taken as any true indication of inten- I pally of wood and extrenely mflammable, 
tion of that government, our government i which accounts for the i-emarkably rapid 
has resolved that Mason and Slideli shall ; progress of the tire. 
never be given up. ^ This may be relied on ' At midnight Circular Church and losti- 
as a fixed iact. 'I'he impression is that tute Hall were burning ar d the proximity 
ce a demand for release . of tbe tlamee to CtoarJ -ston Hotel and 
ol the rebels seized, but a lengthy corre«. the Mills House cau8*;'d tfiem to be evacu- 
ated by tbe inmates 



United States, among whom we may men 
tion Messrs. Oliver Bell, Hiram and Wil- 
liam Sparks and the far famed Giikison 
lamily, and a number of others who have 
won u iugh reputation as performers in the 
United States, and are artists of known 
abilities. Ladies and Gentlemen are aS" 
sured that nothing will be introduced to 
mar the feelings of the most fastidious. 



UARTFOKD 
Fire Insurance * /oinp'y 

OK bAHIFOKL), CONN. 

OAPTTAI. ASfl. -UR.'LUS. OVKB t'A)0,0(k' 

INCOKP0RAT«D IN 1810. 
T. C. ALLTN, .<<e.-y H lltNTINiJTON, PreVl. 

The busiuett' lait 0<jmpaiiy has bee n earned on 

«acoes8lully tar vVtiH HALF A CKNTURY. 

l>evoledexfliu»ivr;v -• KIre Insurance, and exempt 
fniiu iheai«»«iei- •.uo oiufortum-i too oiieu aiit-ndiu* 
a Carina bif^ii-.'^a i.-e ii 4K rOKD, with tucrt'anedcar 
Ual and reBoiiro - ■ atinues lo afford iiideirnity a){aini.i 



lout i>r diunni;<- 
olher property. 
inyll-d)y 



n !>.. o t'nUdlriKa, mprRhandlz.' ai 

O. W. AH.M.«;rKO>U. 
omce In Mackubio'R BuUding, 3d nt 



vVUoLKSALB DEALKiW IN 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

CjSySR or EAST WATER AND BVFFALO STS., 

MILWACKKE, WIS; 



PoBK. — Quite a quantity of pork was 
offered in market yesterday, and ranged in 
price from ;i52,25 to §2,75. A number of 
packers have commenced buying pretty 
heavily. 

W^heat remain:} firm at .^0a52, for prime. 
Merchants and tradesmen are referred to 
our quotations, which are corrected strict- 
ly every day when there are aoy changes 
in the market. 



PROSPECT OF A DUEL, 
ia afloat 
The latter insists on 



TnOi*. PiiGI, 
1. r. Ol.lRKK. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PURNITURE AT AUCTION- 



MINM1-.SOTA Ahead. — Capt. West, with 
a detachment ol twenty men, Second Cav 
airy, departs this morning for La Crosse. — 
Cupt. West has in his company three sons 
and a brother. In the same comiiany there 
are six men by the name of Olson, all of 
the same lamily. One or two more families 
like these would torm a respectable com- 
pany. 

Chukch Suppbb The churcti festival 

to be given by the ladies of the Central 
Presbyterian church tomorrow evening, 
should receive a liberal patronage, not hav- 
ing had a cout. ibutiou of this kind for five 
years, it is due to them. Let us all con- 
tribute. Tickets only 50 cents. 



and to inruse the best possible instruction 
throughout the whole army. 

Another Chapter of Fremont. 

t'orr-^BponUenceof the Cbieago Tribune, 

Wasuington, Dec. 12, — Gen. Fremont 
has taken apartments about midway be* 
iweeu the Capitol and tbe Executive Man- 
sion. He has not reached the city yet, 
however. It was reported yesterday that 
he was waiting for a Congressiona! delega 
tion to go to New Yfork and act as his 



atherbeda, Q'lllla and Ccmfort*, I'nbi, 
UurcHUH, Mirror", heeretaneg, Clockn, Lamps a targe 
Imof «:rooiccry and OlasawKaf. ShIc at ii o'clock 
(Jeoltv-ili FAlRv'HiLO <k P".*SE. 



contemplate joining the Wisconsin Teach- 1 J?^'.? ''■'''\^° ^'f ^ehajl on the floor ol 
.,.' J st.„i„t«. r'..„,,„ . w.„ n...4.._ ,^^^ House he ^.11 surprise those who know 



C U P P E K A N 1) F E S T I V A L . 

lfc*i lAillen «( t<ie i!eutral PreabyteriHu rhnrca will 
eu'ei I.UO lliei frieadsat 

INQERSOLL'S HALL, 

ON TflUKhDAY EVKNIN ;, DECKMl'.EK i'JrH.ia6i. 
AT aiuyxsr "Evb:« o'cl'H'k. 

It l»hop94ibat therrlfnd^ ot be Church nUl,«iUioiit 
fxcepiiou patron £e tLu uuilf riakiuj:, m ii h s been 
fiv*! years siflr-i tbey bavr> been palI^d ii|.oii f..r on 
irilniUiiEs in this form. 

'Ihe Ladiea prg^i^e to d> Iheir utrao t to akt? the 
vhule I ifdr ).«:>■ > Uple.iH.'intly 

Titkeufiocenu. To be bad at Combs and Memn's 
BiMk Stfires, Geo. W. Farringtnn'*, W. K. * J. R Ma 
escort or hndt? <rmrH If Ko ho ♦ar^x,;,,™ i •'^'''*- ^- Marrin's Dav k lenk*', I'.iIJ.^k, imnald 
escort or DOOy gnara. line be tarrying : so.. * OirdenV and Thompson * -irotl.erK.Jiaukera. 

for this ceremony, I predict that he wiil not i '^°'''^-^' 

come at all, lor I have searched diligently 
to find one single member ol either house 
who proposes to defend him. That one is 
not to be touud. Two or three members, 
who enjoy tbe confidence of the country to 
a large exte. t, were on his staff" in Missouri. 
The moHt that he can hope from them is 
entire silence. If Schuyler Colfax, his 
whole-souled iriend and , warmest defender, 



Masonic. — At the annual elect'on of St J 

Paul Lodge, No. 3, F. and A. M., held at 

their Hall on Monday evening. Dec. 16, A. 

D. 1861— A. L. 5861— The following 

brothers were duly elected for the ensuing 

Masonic year : 

G. W. Merrill,. 

K- Ingalls, 

H. P. Grant,... 

B. Presley 

Louis Bemper,. 
K. T. Friend., 



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r I L L THEY COME 



ers' and Students' Cavalry Corps, Captain 
T. J. Conatty. 

— Tbe London Exavnner, of November 
23d, says, " The removal ol General Fre- 
mont shows what small ground there has 
k>etn lor the assurances of Mrs. Stowe and 
Mr. Sumner, that the war is one for the 
abolition of slavery." 

— The Sonthern papers seem unaniraou? 
in speaking of the fighting ut Fort Pickens 
ae suspended indefinitely, and without any 
special result or loiss on eitJier side. 

— The Adjutant General sums op tbe 
troope of Illinois now in tbe Federal 
Bervice, as follows : 

infantry in nnmbered refl;inienfs 32,tsgO 

*• unnumbered regimeuta 3,649 

Cavalry, iucuUinx Col. Bell'd, Major Vosu' 

or Major Baker'd 12,416 

A rtillery 1,6»3 



KIL,i>ATRICK. 

Oppoiits the luternational Ilotol, has this day reoAlved 
Two Cuea 

BALMORALS 

Some or whieh are Itnel with Ooilon Flanu<i , and only 

$1,50 a Pair 



der-i: 



him most intimately. Mr. Colfax loved not 
wisely, but too well ; yet I venture to say 
that his sadnees at finding his idol to be 
made of clay, is not more grievous than 
that which once pervaded the office of the 
Ch;cjgo TribiLue lor the same reason. The 
Iact is, the main items in the report of 
the investigating committee of Oou 

gress have become public, loitined as 

they are by the sworm testimonv ofl'*^""'" •"*» 'ppfc, the titiderRif:ne(i Ageuis iihve re- 

anm« ^on ^\t^^^.^^ ..,.A v.„ .u.. u_ _,_-/.: I <=elv«d in.trncaong from heartquwier=. to advsnr^ two 

' cents per m. upon Eiflf. Canl trr aud i>j»s!iuK I'owder 
B. FRh.SI.KY, ABf-nts 
For K I. DcPOKT, Dk NiiujUhk Jk Co. 
TKMfLk; * BKAUl'HK,.A>!euU 
d el7-t' Janl For l.afiin h smith St. Loa'g, Mo. 



A'to.CUILDRKN'S BAL.MOR LS. without h«eU. 
Monday, I<e<-ember 16tb. 

N 

In conse'iaence of the large cooiumptioD of ODN- 
P(>WI>KR by oiir tioTexLmeLt anJ tb» rortnt Artrance 



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some 300 witnesses aud by the handwriting 
of General Fremont him.self. Such things 
as th3 following are not to be delended by 
anybody fit to be out ol jail. The story ol 
the St. Louis lortifications has been pretty 
well ventilated in your columns, that is, so 
far as it went. Major Kappncr built five 
of tbe ten forts, at an aggregate cost of 
SGO,OUO. E. L. Beard, of the California 
gang, was paid $171,000 by General Fre- 



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monts written requisitions on General 
Mcivinstry, on account ol the erection of 
the five others, not in any degree more ex- 
Total of lUinoib troops in the service. .6« 540 i Pensive than Major Kappner's. Beard was 
-A letter from George Rosenborg, ofi P^lf *^ ^^l '^}^ ^.J twenty-five cents per 
.V. V • . . /v- V \ T> - » ' ' gallon, and other items in the same propor- 
the Imrteento (N. Y.) Regiment, a priso-l tion. The orders drawn bv General Fre- 
ntr of viut at Richmond, has been received ' mont on Quartermaater McKinstry, were in 
and published by the Rochester Uiiioji. 
We quote : 



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I have not seen Mr. Ely for several days, but 
believe he i.s well. VVliaiever complaiuts oth- 
ers may have tor Ceing made prisoners, he can 
hardly have any. Ue is tbe lion of the towa. 
His quarters have been be.«eiced Irom the lirgi 
by Uistinguislied visitors. Governors, mem- 
bers of the Confederate Congress, and citizens 
from every section of the bontn, who were 
acquainted with h:m in Washington, have pay* 
ed liim the considerations due to a distinxuish- 
ed prisoLcr, as tliey please to call him. 
^IBouquets. dinners, boxes, etc., are constant 



about these words : 

Headqcabtehs Wbsthen Dkpartmknt, i 
bT. Louu, bept. — , 1861. f 
Yiiu will please pay E. L. Beard 160,00. a» I 
am informed by him that that sum is reqaired, 
and if not received, he will be obliged to dis- 
charge a large number of laborers, and the 
work on our lortihcations will cease. 

(signed) JOHN C. FREMONT, 

Maj. Gen. Commanding. 
To J. McKiKSTRy, Qnartermaster, U. S. A. 

Oh Ois very next day come another order 
from Gen. Fremont, in precisely the same 

r- .'. K iV, 1 ■ c .< . 7, i language, lor §65,000, but without anv 

ly sent to him l.yihe ladies of this city, and I, ,,„,° fi,! .„i - .)"""». """ "iiiiwui. auy 

presume he will speak well ot the hospitalitieal oa^e— the Obvious inconsistency of discbarg- 

of Richmond, on his escape from Babylonish mg a large number of laborers to day, for 

captivity. I want of ^65,000, when ^0,000 was paid 

—A letter from Col. Lee, of the Masaa-i °° ^^^''" account yesterday, seeming to have 

Jail, Dec. 4tb, describes the cell in which! c'l^*^'^^^ ^^® <^'"»f' o^e^ to one of his subr 
other hostages and himself are confined, as! ordinates, and accidentally dated it on tbe 
cold and very damp ; the cold air drawing J ^^^^' '^^ ^^^ payments to Beard were 

tbroogb.ue wiodo,,. Met o< .h. b«.- ' SltrlVFle^' °o:XrS"^.'%r;*i.''°„! 
ages have to provide their own beds, the §06.000 to be made, five days after he had 
Governmeot allowing them only two cotton j received Secretary Cameron's order to dis- 
coverlids to each bed. Tney are forbidden I continue tbe work of the fortifications and 

to receive visitors, and all communication '!. '"*^\f.'°'^'"«, 1^^°^'°^ °° *^.^"°^ ?f 

folonpil Major Allen, on whom this draft 

v^oiuuei ^^ ^twia, refused to pay it. Therefore, 

I though Beard got only $171,000 for his 



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K E M <> V A L, 



with tther prisoners denied them. 
Lee and Maj«r B«vere are well. 



The subscribers havlug Bemoyei their •• North- 

western Uarti«a« Manmaciorj" to BdgertoD's Block, 

(n itdoort) the Baakj are prepared to offer to the 

public the best asaonment to be found In this city o( 

HARNESS, SADDLKS, TRUNKS. WHIPS, 

BLANKKTS, 

Aud all other articles uaually foand Iti a Drat aUst 
Harness Mannraetory. 

All kinds of work in our line made u> order and re- 
pairing done with oeatneaa and dispatch. 

N.B. All work IraTloc oar shop is Warranted to be 
aa repr«teoted ; and we are determined not to be un- 
dersold by any house in the NorthweMt. 

LOTK A UAUILL. 
SalDt i'aul, December 11, 1861. 



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T Y BAKERY, 
JACKSON STRE£T, 

RTWEBN VIKTH AND SIXTH 8T.S., ST. PAUL. 

Th«< Subscriber, thnnkfni for past faTors, respectfnlly 
:tanouaoes t« the cllizens of Mt. Paul and Tleiaity itiat 
he keeps constantly on hand a large supply u/h^eab 
hard luxl aoft Uraekers. Also, Bread and OakM. 

Merchanu and Steamboaia will be lupplied «a rea- 
».)uitble terms. Olve me a call. 

»a<9U ROBBRT BAXTKB. 



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Ii p. Patttrson, J. D. 

A. Richardson Tyler. 

Brothers H. A. Von Wedelstaedt and 

R. G. Hart were appointed Masters 

Ceremonies. 



ol 



Removed. — We are requested to state 
that the Adjutant General's Oflice has been 
removed from Sanborn & Lund's cfllce to 
the Capitoi. Persons having business with 
this departmient will take notice. 



FiBtMKN, Attsntion !— There will be a 



satislacticn. 

News from Europe occasioned no mark- 
ed excitement among public ooen. 

It ifi believed neither tbe President nor 
cabinet will bo diverted in the least from 
the present course ol conducting the war. 
The Wall street panic excites considerable 
amusement in administration circles; 
UNION FEELINW IN WESTEHN VIRGINIA. 

TLiium Dispatch. A prominent and ins 
fiuential citizen of Maryland who has re» 
cently been in Richmond, reports that the 
Union sentiment in eastern Virginia is 
rapidly increasing. He eaya if Congress 
does not legislate unfavorable on the slavery 
question that portion of Vi.-ginia is sale 
for the Union. 

BRITISH ULTIMATUM NOT RECEIVED. 

Rumors of a Messenger arriving poet 
haste with dispatches for Lord Lyons are 
false. No ultimatum from the English 
Government in regard to ^Slideli and Ma- 
son is expected at the beginning of diplo- 
matic correspondence. 

A gentleman just arrived Irom Mo., says 
Senator Polk has gone over to the rebels 
and is taking counsel with them at Mem•^ 
phis. His treason hu.q long been flugrani 
as well as that of Johnson, his colleague 
MIUTARY COMMITTEE AGAINST WlL. 
SON'b BILL. 

Tribune's Special. The Senate Military 
Committee will report to»morrow or next 
day against the bill abolishing distinc- 
tion between regulars aud volunteers. 
THE LOWER POTOMAC. 

Washington, 17.— The steam* r Reli- 
aiice came up Irom the Potomac flotilla 
yesterday, aud states that two uew rebel 
batteries are erected above those heretolore 
reported ; one of them is nearly opposite 
the station of the flotilla at Indian outlet' 
nearly opposite th- mouth of Maitowamon 
jreek. 

At both batteries heavy guns are mount- 
<id, evidently, as they throw shot over upon 
the Maryland shore 

FOUKEAND CONWAY DIFFICULTY-MR 
HEWARDS OPINIONS. 
The difficulty between Conway and Fouke 
growing out of a debate in the House yester 
day. remains unadjusted. Ii is reported 
there is some doubt as to the party upon 
whom rests the responsibility ol sending a 
challenge. 

Secretary Seward this morning gave it 
as his opinion that no loaeign. war woukl 
take pluce. I'he remark was* made in a 
conversation with a distinguished English- 
man. 



At one o'clock the fre tended more 
southward, towards the ctrner of Archdalo 
and Queen streets, to the r ar ot Charleston 
Hotel, to tbe 

Market street. The fire upread 
Bay to Cumberland strtet, and across to 
tbe Mi Is House, mcludirg in its destruc 



ger from Aew York to San Francisco, 
which was agreed to. 

Mr. Sherman ofiered a resolution that the 
Secretary ot War be rtqueated to luruish 
the Senate with a copy ol all correspon- 
dence between Gen. Scott and Gen. Patter- 
sou. Agretd to 

Mr. Sumuer introduced a bill in relation 
to claims for French spoiiaiion. 

House. — Mr. Bingham from Judiciary 
Committee, reported Dack the joint rt«olu- 
tion directing and requiring the Provoit 
Court at Alexandria to retain and safely 



cud ot Home street, crossin- ^^f ? '** '''^^'^^ '"'^ property taken a- 
. The fire upread down^i^t ! .^.^.^ tJ^'f^L^'^^T'^ '° ^ *"^'"^ .'*.^' 



liOD against the L'uiied Sutes, until fur- 
ther action ol Congress touching the same. 

tion Circular Church, Institute Ball, and „ J^, "^"* [^^"""'^ '^^.f^'^f '^'^'■**^'*^'^ <>^ 
thfi (]h»rl«>tnn FTnt.i ' epccial Order, being Mr, Elliot's resolution 

proposing the emancipation ot slaves of 

rebels, 6i,c. 

Mr. Harding ol Kentucky, invoked a 



the Charleston Hotel. 

All the Ijuildings on King street, from 
Clifford nearly to Broad, were destroyed 
before three o'clock. 



From the Souttiern Coast, 



General Ripley, who superintended the 
movements ot the troops w bo arrived on the 
scene at about that time, ordered several 
buildings on the route of the contiagration 
to be blown up. After some delay the or- 
der was executed, but not betore the Thea* 
tre, Lloyd's Coach Factory, opposite the 
Express Office, the o d Executive building, 
I* and all the bouaes from this point to Queen 
street, had caught tire and were destroyed. 

At about tour o'clock the wind changed 
the direction of the tlamee towards 
Broad, street, and sdoo alter St. Andrews 
Hall took fire, and subsequently the Cathe- 
dral, the spire of which ta ling shortly after 
five o'clock. 

The fire made a clean sweep through the 
city, making its track from East Bay to 
King street. 

The Charleston Courier nf the 13th inat, 
gives a list ot between 201) and 300 suUer- 
ers, and 8a38 the loss is estimated at 85.000,«. 
000 to ^7,000,000. 

Mr. iiuj*li, at whaae factory the fire 
originated, thinks it must uave been occa- 
sioned by an incendiary or by negligence of 
negroes. 

The Mills House is only slightly dam 
agtd. 

A message was sent to the Confederate 
Congress on Friday by President Dav„, in 
relation to the conflagration at Charlecton, 
re" mmending an appropriation in aid of 
the sufferers. A resolution was accordingly 
unanimously adopted by Congress, appro- 
priatingS250,UOO as an advance on account 
of claims of fcouth Carolina upon Confed> 
erate States 

Churches were destroyed, viz: Roman 
Catholic Cathedral, St. P'eters, and Epis- 
copal church, Cumberland street church. 
Methodist church, and the circular church. 

The Charleston Mercury says 57 build 
ings were destroyed by the fire. 

From 31i&souri. 

MATTERS IN ST. LOUIS. 

St. Louis, Dec. 16.— All claims against 
the Department ol the West, which origi 
nated prior to Oct. Uth, must be filed be- 
fore an Examining Commi'.tee now m ses- 
ion in this city, previous tc January IQih, 
or they will not be paid by the Department. 

All commissioned City and County offi^ 
cers except nine, have takea the oath of al- 
legiance prescribed by Judges ot Supreme 
Court, aud but one Sta-e officer. Col. 



CAPTURE OP REBEL PRIVALEERS 

Nkw York, Dec. 17.— The gunboat 
Connecticut, Irom Galveston 29th, souths ; ^oseley. Auditor, has fillinl their oaths 
west Pads on 1st., ship Ireland 2nd, Mo- 
bile Bay aLd Fort Pickens 3rd, Key West 
loth, lybee i2tb. Fort Monroe 16th, has 
arrived. 



meeting ol the Fire Department at the hall '■'^" ^^""^' ^^^^ 



All the crews of the blockading squad- 



of the Pioneer Hook and Ladder Company, 
on Thursday evening, December 19th, at 7 
o'clock, the object ol which will be to hear 
the report of the committee appointed to 
draft a constitution and by laws for the 
Firemen's Association. A lull attendance 
of the firemen is earnestly requested. 

JOHxV E.MISSON, 

Chief Engineer. 

At Accticn. — Attention is directed to 
the advertisement of Fairchild & Pease, 
auctioneers, found in another coiamD. Bari' 
gains can be bad by attending thin sale. 

Still Bdnni«{g— The Ferry boat at 
Fort SncUiog is still in good mnning order, 
80 that no one going to points above or to 
the Fort, need fear of not getting safely 
across. 



Church FK9TiVAL.--The ladies ot the 
Central Presbyterian Church wiil give a 
Supper, for tbe benefit of the Church Fund, 
on next Thursday evening, the 19th instant, 
at IngersoH's Hall. 



Tne sloop of war Resolute, was at Key 
West repairing damages. 

The Conneciicut brings the crew of the 
captured pirate Regal yacht, and captured 
steamers Anna and Henry Lewis. 

Tbe Connecticut also brings as a prison-* 
er, a Marine, who attempted to desert from 
Ship Island ; also thirteen of Billy Wil- 
son's Zouaves, and a number of regulars 
from ForL Pickens. 

Nothing new had taken place at Fort 
Pickens. 

A detachment of troop.q from Port Royal 
had landed at Tybee. 

The Connecticut brings no report ol the 
evacuation of Fort Pulaski by the Federal 
troops. Report from Fort Monroe is 
herefore untrue. 

PARTICULARS OF TUE FIGHT. 
A letter troin aboard the Irigate Santee 



Secessionists here openlj avow their joy 
at the prospect ot the war wiih England, 
while Utjionists will firmly adhere to their 
already proclaimed positioi . and not deliver 
up rebel Commissioners. 

AN IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. 

Correspondence aJt. Louis Deraocrat. — 
Tipton, Mo , Dec. 16.— Yesterday orders 
were received here lor all lie forces at this 
post to hold themselves in reauiuess to 
march at a moment's notice. 

At the same time Gen. i'ope command- 
ing department ot Centre at the head of 
nearly all the troops lu wiater quarters at 
Oitervide, marched Wetitward towards 
Warrensburg lor the purpise, us is gener- 
ally believed here, of cutting oS Pierce, 
whom our scouts reported as making torced 
marchts to meet Geo. Riioea and stein 
now in entrencbmenis at Lexington. Eve- 
rybody is on the qui oioe for startling and 
good news, as universal confidence is lelt in 
the ability aud bravery of Geo. Pope and 
his army. 

RUMORS OF PRICE. 

Lkavknwoeth, I>ec. 14 — Advices from 



calm aud patriotic consideration oi the sub 
ject now betore the House. It was with 
the deepest pain that he witnessed the in- 
troduction ot the proposition at an early 
period in the session and the attempt to 
pass it undtrr the o|»eraiion ol the previous 
question. He thought that there was a 
diepoeitiou to exclude all reflection and re 
fiwai to pause in the apparently mad career, 
but when a disposition was alter wards 
shown to act with deliberation, his hoptra 
revived. Air. Harding then proposed to 
elaborate ihc ioilowing points of hia oppo> 
sition to the pending resolution. 

First. We have no constitutional power 
to pass them, or any bills on the subject. 

Second. He procec^ded to show, from 
copious extracts, that Congress, and the 
President, and the Administration stand 
pledged, lu tlie most solemn and public man- 
ner, against all ialurlertuce wiiu slavery ; 
thertlore, to sanction such a policy would 
be u palpable violation ot the plighted 
fikith ot the Government. 

Tnird. He opposed toe resoluliooo be- 
cause iegibiaiion on the sui>ject is lorbidden 
by tvcry principle ol sound policy. 

Fourth. He opposed them and ah kin- 
dred measures, because they would inaugu- 
rate a war which would in?olve in its 
horrors the loyal and thu disloyal, the inno 
cent and the guilty, and a warfare disgrace- 
ful to any civilized and Christian nation. 

In tbe course ot his remarks lie said this 
war has nothing more to do with slavery 
than with any other institution. 

Let blavery alone ; it w ill take care of 
itself. He showed the injustice of diveru 
ing the war from its original design, name- 
ly, the restoration ot obidience to the Con- 
stitution aud laws, and the preservation of 
the Union. 

The following were submitted by Van 
Wick and Sherman of the lovettigatiog 
Committee : 

itesoUed, That the Secretary of the Treas- 
ury be re^uusied to adjwt the claim agaisbt 
the (Jorerament for the 3,000 Hail carhmea 
purchased through Simon Sievena, Esq. bv 
Oea J. C. Fremoui on the tith ol August, 1861, 
and afterwards d.ilivered at the United ISutes 
Araeoal at St. Louis, on the basis of a sale of 
said arms to the Government lor S12,6Ueaoh, 
rejecting all oiher demands aiiaiubt the Gov- 
ernment on account of the .purchase of isaid 
artud. 

Resolved, That the practice of employing ir- 
responsible paruea having no official connec 
tion with the Goveriimeui in the ptrlorinance 
of public duties which may be properly per- 
formed by regular oflicers ot the Governmeot, 
and ot puicUiisiUg by inivalc coutrticl nuppiiea 
for tae diflerent OeparlUiento, where lair and 
open couipc-iuioa migni properly be invited 
bj- lodsuuttbie adveuiatUieuis loi prupooaia ik 
injurious to the public service, and meets llie 
uaquaUUed diaapprobation of this House. 

The conclusion ot this report was post- 
poned until I'uesday. 

Mr. Morrill introduced a biil which was 
passed, to tu.>'f)eiid the appointment ol as- 
aehsors and coilectors of mcome Ux until 
thj first of April. Adjoarned. 



Thb ladies of the St. Paul's church will 
offer for sale lor a lew diyg, at the store on 
Third street, lately occupied by Joseph W 
Irvine, one door above Whitney's Daguer- 
rean Saloon, an assortment of fancy articles, 
suitable for the season and the approaching 
holidays. Sale commencing Friday, De- 
cember 20th. 



BUSINESS L.OCAL.8. 



States that the schooner Royal iacht was Mound City to the Uth, mention a foray 
captured by two boats and forty men Irom by a party ol 200 rebels ne^r Potosi, Linn 
the lortfce under command ol Lieutenant county. Twenty houses were pillaged and 
Jorett, Lieutenant Mitchell second in com one man killed. Col. Montgomery had 
mand. She was boarded at 3 o'clock in I gone in pursuit of the mariuders. It was 
the morning, and taken alter a short con- ; believed at Mound City that none of Prices" 
tlict. Ihe schooner wa.-, set on fire and en- i forces had croosed tbe Osap«. 

tirely destrojed. 'I hirteen prisoners were | , 

taken, three of them wounded. Our loss is 
ail follows : Henry Garcia, seaman, killed; 
Lieut Jorett aud Wm. Carter, gunner, also 
five men. 



Later from Port Royal. 



FromSaDta Fe— Terrible Mas- 
sacre. 



Kansas, Dec. 17.— The Santa Fe and 

Cannon City mail with dates to 2d insU 

arrived Sunday momin;^. The 2 500 mill 

Naval and military movements j *'* ^"^^ ^^^ ^y ^^v. Connell from Sec 

New York, Dec. 17.— A private letter I °^^ ^li^'s'on. ^»j- l<^v. Horer. have been 

from Beaufort says the stone fleet sailed o''g*°'2^^ and one cooii.j:.] ... .-.tered into 

from Savannah tor Charleston in company i ^^I',^* .... . ... 

-■ - The ships were to b^ ' ^, ^^"^ ™''' ^'"'"^^ iD'e.lig-nc. of a horrl 

™ ble massacre at For 



with a manof-war. 



ennk in Charleston harbor on Saturday last". ^^^ T'^"® *i *''^'- Stanton on the ap 
Tybee Island is occupied by a thousand 5"^.°!^^.^* ^^.^.. .'i^**".*. *° *"^'^ P^^ i° ^^^ 



Miss Fa.nnv Goodbicu wishes to take a olass 
tlT^ Ladies in Da.wxKo and Paiktino. ; four gunboats were off Tybee 
B^m next door to the FiOKHa AND Dbcoceat The steamer Baltic, With 

T«rma $10 for 26 lessona. 



men, who are to throw up bafteries for use «T°®'^u "^"/^^ citizens in the vicinity 

against Fort Pulaski if necessary. ^^^ ^° ^^ settlements, leav ng their homes. 

The sloop ot war Savannah and three or "^Pf, *°^ everything else behind. Alter 

1 the 1 exans abandoned the p ace, the Apache 
1000 troops ^''*^'*°'' ^^^ po.^e8?ion, and had command 
left Port Royal tor Fernandma, with the ?' ^'* *^ coun'ry around. A party nam- 
Borwell and another gunboat. Fortifica* ^erirg twenty men determined ^to re-visit 
Fresh OrsTEiis-Capt. Geo. Benz, (Union ^'0^ there consisted of a battery of five t^e neighborhood and obtain what they 
Hotel) announces to his old customers and the guM. managed by 2oO or 300 nen. It is could of their remaining crops, when the 

thought it wiU fall into our hands altera '°°'® number fell into the hands of the 
briet etrurele. .savages and were brutally murdered. 

— I All quiet at this place. Colonel Weir 

RUMOtt CONTIlADiCTED. of the Fourth Kansas iiegiment is in com- 

BALTiMORii, Dec. 7. — We can learn no- niaod. Col. Jennison'a W.:st Kansas caV' 



public generally, that he It now in daily re- 
ceipt of Fresh Oysters, which he is prepared 
to serve up at the low price of 30 cents per 
dozen. His Restaurant Rooms will compete 
with any in the city, and hia hquors will 
speak for themselves. Give him a call, decolm 

belf-sealiog Di&xokd Photooiuphs, twenty* 
five for Onb Dollar, et 

WHITNEY'S GALLERV. 



thing cotfirmatory of the reported occnpa- elry with a part of the Se .-enth aud Iowa 
tion of Fort Pulaski by the Federal troops. Twelfth, also a section of Totler's famous 
The report was stated to have been given battery encamped within a lew miles of 
by a passenger on the Old Point boat, and this place last night and will move towards 
the rumor is probably unlounded. | West Point this morning. 



From Fortress Mouroe. 

RDMOKED EVACUATION OF FT. PCLASKl 

Ben McCulloch had arrived at Rich- 
mond. 

A passenger by a steamer from Ft. Mon- 
roe reports arrival ot the steamer Connect- 
icut at Old Point, with iuteliigence that 
Fort Pulaski has been evacuated by rebels 
and is occupied by Federal troops. 

A despatch Irom liichmond, dated 14th, 
says the Federals, 6U0 strong, attacked Col. 
Edward JohASon at Valley .Mountain on the 
13th, but were repulsf.-d with great loss, af- 
ter an engagement ot several hours. 



Telegrapbic items. 

ANOTHER WE^EL CHASED. 

Nkw Yobk, Dec. 16.— Steamer Cham- 
pion, from Aspicwall the 7th, arrived with 
a large number ot army officers and nearly 
51,000,000 in treasure. She reports that 
on the 14th, in latitude 31 degrees and 30 
minutes, and longitude 74 degrees she was 
chased by a three masted propellor, equare 
rigged on her loremast, round etern, smoke 
stack between main and mizen mast, had 
two large boats painted white hanging 
amid ship, apparently a new iron vessel, 
bottom painleJ a very bright red ; alter an 
hour's chase she hoisted the Knglish flag ot 
which we took no notice. 

The ships Lancaster, Wyoming, and Cy- 
onue were at Panama on the 5th. The 
flleamer Narragansett was at Accapulco on 
the lyth. 

Fbrderick, Md Dec. 15.~It has been 
asceriaiued tbat the rebels had considerably 
increased their force at Martinsburg, prob. 
ably by a contingent from General Jack- 
son's command. 

Caieo, Dec. IC— It ia reported that the 
rebels at Columbus have received large 
numbers of heavy anchors and cables tor 
the purpocc ot obstructing the navigation 
of the river at that place. Great prepara- 
tions are being made there, they expecting 
an early attack. 

Grand Havbn, Mich., Dec. 17,— A tJeh- 
ing boat wu.^ run down ofl the harbor this 
moraiog by the schooner Peoria, and three 
men, Peter De Haus, Marion Vertulg. and 
Patrick Walker, were drowned. 






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THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. SAINT PAUL. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18. 1861. 



t*T. PAUL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. 

OUR ARMY CiORRBSP«HiOBNCa« 
I^Ct«r rr*ai tlie First R«icim*i»t. 



PKO^PKCT or XOVING-aUMORH OF TDK CAMP 
-DIltSA TISFA CTION ATA PPOIffTMMATS-HAM 
SMr'S DOUBLt-DMAUira, 4^. 



Tu tk* Mditor oftkt Pio»—T auul DmnoeraL 

CAur Stonk, November 27, 1861. 

"All qaiet od the Potomac," at least so 
far as matters ar« Tisibie to the eyes of the 
uDioitiated. No movemeDt of importaDce 
has occurred io this region for some time, 
aod taking into consideration the latecess 
of the BcasoQ we may reasonably conciade 
that no general movement of the Union 
forces here is intended for the present. It 
may be the policy of McClellan to keep a 
eafficient number of troope along the line of 
the ['otomac to make a Bucccasful demon- 
stration of the rebels a matter of impoesi- 
bility, and use the large surplus of troops 
for active operations against the most vul- 
nerable part of 8eceflBia— the sea coast. I 
Bay this marj be the policy to be adopted, 
for certainly it is apparently the most rea- 
lanable. 

Matters in and around Camp 8tone are 
in statu quo. What is to be done with our 
regiment during the winter, is now tho 
question of the most importance and being 
discussed with great interest Something 
less than three hundred and forty-two sep- 
arate and distinct reports are now circulat- 
ing through the camp, each coming direct 
from Genera! Gorman. "We will start for 
Annapolis tomorrow, to joiu a naval expe- 
dition" — "General Sbermau has receiv«r«l 
orders to prepare to start for South Caro 
lina iu twenty four hours"— "We start for 
Frederick in a day or two to take up our 
quarters lor wiijter'-"Col.Daaa has ordered 
tbt oUi^erri to have winier quarters prepared 
immediately." » Colonel Dana has just re- 
ceivfd a message to have two days' provi- 
sions cooked, Bud be prepared lo start for 
Ibe Occaquao immediately," Ac, adinfini 
t«iu. We will probably remain where we 
•r« and do picket duly ou the i'olomac un- 
til spring. 

The appointments of Governor Ramsey 
to the i hird and Fourth from the First 
Utgiment. g^ive general dissatigfaction here; 
nat but Captain Lester and Lieutenant 
Thomas are good officers,— but lor 
the reason that a much better selection 
might have t>een made, ft is now appar- 
ent that Governor Kanwey has been playing 
a very dirtij two laced came with some of 
the officers Oi our rtgiment. When the 
Governor visited the regiment, some time 
sint-e, and there was a pro«pe<-t ol a vacant 
cy occurring by the resigimiion ol Major 
t>yke, he, (the Governor) promi.'^ed that if 
the officers ol the regiment would make an 
expression of their choice, th«ir wishes 
should be respected, and he would oommis- 
aiou the man selected by them. Believing 
that this promise was made by the Gover- 
nor in good laith, a meeting of the officers 
was called, and Captain Downie of Compa- 
ny B, was the almost unanimous choice. 
This expression of the wish of the officers 
gave the most compl.^te satLslaction in the 
regiment, but when the appointment came 
to be m^ide, the Governor suddenly remem- 
bered that Captain Morgan was the senior 
ol Captain l>ownie, and forthwith adopted 
the seniority rule. Little was said about 
this, for it was supposed that when the ap 
pointmeuta to the Third and Fourth Regi- 
■ents came to be mude, tne Governor 
wou d certainly recognize the claims of 
< 'apttiiu Downie, and prove to his friends 
that his services and abilities were appreci- 
ai«d. What wag the surprise and iudigna- 
lion of the Regiment, then, when the news 
of the appointments came. The most prev- 
alent opinion is, that (iovernor Ramsey, in 
Baking the appoiutmtnts, acted altogether 
from selfish motives, and used the straw of 
promotion to tickle those persons who, he 
Buppo.*ed, could return the compliment 
when the se <i in the Senate becomes va- 
cant. Of one thing the Governor can rest 
a«ured— he is making no mure Iriends in 
the Firwt Regiment decidedly fast. 

I hope the oay will come when Governor 
Ramsey will not be allowed to run t/iings 
in the State of Minnesota. 

^'«"". STICKS. 



depot, and will be under the direction of the 
supointeodeot. 

The vohioteer officers now on recraiting 
serrke will be relieved on the 1st of JaoQ- 
ary next, and aent to join their regimenta, 
uDlen direeted to report to the SuperinteiM^ 
ents of their respective States. 

After that time volunteers will be mas- 
tered tor pay upon the same form of rolls 
as those used for the regu'ar army. 

Commanding officers of volunteer regi- 
ments numbering less than the maximum 
(or organization fixed by law, will imme- 
diately report to the Adjutant General's 
office, at Washington, the present state of 
their commands, in order that the Govern- 
ors of tiw several states may be called apoo 
to fill op their respective regiments to the 
standard prescribed. 

Proposed Kzpnlaloa or Sonator Polk* 
or niaaoorlt tfm Che B«Bat«. 



Flrm»Tlk* 
ad the Re- 



A proposition is now peoding in the Sen* 
ate to expel therefrom Senator Johnson, of 
Missouri, for treasoaable proclivities. A 
like efiort will be made to oast bis colleague, 
Senator Polk. lie is expected in Wash> 
ington to take his seat, daily, when he will 
be confronted by the following letter, writ- 
by him to one S. P. Wilkes, just before the 
battle of Wilson's Creek. Wilkes was 
editing a secession paper in Southwest Mis- 
souri. " Nothing else will be needed to se» 
cure Polk's expulsion as a traitor," a repub- 
lican journal conGdently asserts : 

DiAB Sib — Above I send my check to 
you for the Equal Rights GazetU. It is all 
I can do, and I could not do even that 
much uniil now. You have heard of the 
difficulty that the Bulletin has fallen into. 
I have bad to "ante up" there at the rate of 
$200. I hope the friends there have made 
arrangements which will secure the perma- 
nence of the paper. It lias been and is 
doing good service. I have made a speech 
(yesterday) on the state of aSairs, Southern 
rights, and the position of Missouri, present 
and future, which I will send you as soon 
as published, in pamphlet for distribution. 
In the meantime I will send it in slips, and 
it the Gazette can stand the draft on its 
columns, and you approve of it, and think 
It will do good in forming correct public 
sentiments in Southwest Missouri, please 
have it published. Dissolution is now a 
fact; not only a fact accomplished, but 
thrice repeated. K very thing here looks 
like inevitable and hnal dissolution. Will 
Missouri hestitate a moment to go with her 
Southern sisters? I hope not. 

Please let me hear from you. I would 
be glad to keep posted as to the condition 
of things in Southwest Missouri^ I like 
Governor Jackson's position. It looks like 
adherence to the "Jackson resolntieus." 
1 am truly, your friend. 

TBUST£N POLK. 

P. S. WiLESs, Esq., Bpringfleld, Mo. 



I'errtble Kxplolt or m Rifled CannoB' 
Ball. 



The Boston Courier publishes a letter of a 
correspondent, on board the United States 
steamer Massachusetts, off Ship Island, 
October 2C, giving an account of the affair 
between that vessel and a rebel steamer, in 
which the following extraordinary exploit 
of a rifle caanon-ball is chronicled : 

During the action I think we hit her 
four times, and I know she hit us once with 
a G8 pound rifle shell, (that is the way we 
got the exact size of her rifled gun.) The 
shell entered on our starboard quarter, just 
above the iron part of the hull ; it came 
through the side angling aft, (as we were a 
little abaft his beam when it struck us,) and 
took the deck in the passage way, between 
two state-rooms, and completely cut off 
eighteen of the deck plank, and then etrack 
a beam, which canU^ it up a little, so that 
it took the steam heating-pipes under oor 
dining table, cutting off five of them, and 
tearing our dining table all to pieces — then 
went through the state-room bulkhead and 
ceiling of the ship on the opposite side, and 
struck one of the outside timbers, and 
broke every outside plank abreast of it 
sbort oft, from the spar to the gun^deck ; it 
then tell down on to the cabio'^deck and ex- 
ploded, knocking four state-rooms into one, 
breaking all the glass and crockery ware, 
shattering the cabin very badly, breaking 
up the furniture anJ setting fire to the ship ; 
but we had three streams of water upon the 
fire at very short notice, and put it out be- 
fore it did any damage — keeping up oar 
chase as though nothing bad happened. 



Tk« Preaidaat will Staad 
Pooplo or Waablactoit a 
bolUoa. 

Oorrespondeaee ol Ut« FbUkdelphiA Preaa. 

Washington, Deo. 10. 

Tbe Presidaot has undoubtedly assumed 
a hfgb conservative position, and I am not 
surprised to hear that be is resolved to 
maintain it at all hazards. The leader of 
his party, he is at the same time, the chief 
magistrate of his country. His obligations 
to his political friends are neoesearily sub. 
ordinate to his obhgations to the American 
people. Nor are those who immediately 
contributed to his election disappointed 
that he should have expressed tbe opinions 
contamed in his last message. The more 
they reflect upon these opinions, the more 
they must perceive that they are right. Il 
there is to be a practical reassertion of the 
authority of the Government, and a thor- 
ough reonioB of the Sutes, these much- 
desired results of the war can only be 
brovght about by persevering in the course 
defined in by Mr. Lincoln's last communi- 
cation to the representatives of the people. 
There is, indeed a way ol settlement by 
which ultra men may be gratified in their 
hostility to slavery— and that is separation; 
but if the Republic is to be a unit— if the 
laws are to be executed all over tbe national 
domain — then, unquestionably, the policy 
of Mr. Lincoln is religiously right. As to 
slavery, its moral influence is entirely gone, 
and it will be the fault of tbe people of the 
tree States if its political power is not also 
destroyed. If they divide upon imprac- 
ticable theories, and permit sympathizers 
with traitors in their midst to sow disanion 
among them, they will d^erve to be man- 
aged and mastered by tbe Southern poiiti 
cians. They have the power, the popula- 
tion, tbe Intelligence, and, above all, the 
principle on their side, and, if with these 
they cannot combine and control, then they 
will be unworthy of the invaluable advan 
tages conferred upon them. 

I believe if a vote could betaken tomor- 
row in this city, ninety-nine out of every 
hundred citizens would declare in favor of 
the srovernment and against the rebel.ion. 
The process by which this wonderful change 
has been effected is a curious one. Patri- 
otism and policy, priocipal and interest, 
have combined with singular rapidity 
to convince the good people of Washington 
of the benificence of the federal government. 
As 1 pass along the Evenue I meet men 
who, only a few months ago, were rampant 
against Mr. Lincoln, and if they dared, 
would have prevented his inauguration by 
force. These very men are now coining 
enormous fortunes, some of them gathering 
profit* of from five hundred to one thous- 
and dollars a day. Property that rented 
six month ago for three hundred dollars is 
now eagerly leased at one thousand dollars 
a year. The money being made by Pres- 
bury, Chad wick & Sikes, at Willard's Ho 
tel, if set out in plain figures, would sur- 
prise their friends in Philadelphia. Nor- 
thern capitalists arrive here daily on "pros- 
pecting tours," and a large company is be 
ing formed for the purpose of purchasing 
the deserted farms of the secessionists in 
this neighborhood. I'hese secessionists 
many of whom are honest iu their belief ol 
the wrong, are so broken-hearted at tbe 
idea of the triumph of the Union movement 
that they have resolved either to go to Tex- 
as or to Europe, and will doubtless be glad 
to sell out at low rates. Washington, io 
deed, is the most favored spot in the United 
States since the war began. However 
other sections may feel its desolating effects, 
here it can only produce prosperitv and 
we. 1th. f t^ J 



ReKulatlou or tli« R«otultl»gi$«rrlce. 

We notice in the pafR-rs tl.ai Cupt. A. 
D. Ntlfiou, ol the Tenth lulantry, now 
mu^toriiig officer lor this State, has been 
appointed general Buperisitendent of the rc- 
cruiting service in Minntssota, with head 
quarters at Fort Suelliug, and is orderad to 
aseumc bid duties ou the tirst day of Janu- 
ary. The following' is the synopsis of the 
order ol the Secretary ol war : 

^'"'^••— ' hat no more rcgirutnts, batter- 
us, or independent compuniee will be raised 
by the Governors of States, except upon 
the special requisition ol the War Depart- 
ment. *^ 

Those now forming in the various States 
will be completed under the direction ol 
the respective Governors thereof, unless it 
be deemed more advantageous to tbe ser- 
vice to assign the men already raised to 
tbe regimenta and batteries of mdependt ut 
companies now in tbe field, to fill up their 
orKanizutions to the maximum sUudard 
prtTftcriced by law. 

Secumi.— The recruiting service of the 
various States, for tbe volunteer forces are 
already m-the service, and for Ihin^e that 
may iiereaher be received, is placed under 
the charge of general Hupc-iinteudciit« lor 
tboHC Slui.ij respeelivelv, with general de- 
pots tor the collection uod iuslruciioo of 
recruits. 

The superintendents detailed, as above, 
will take charge ol the recruiting service in 
the various States to which they are as 
8igne<l on tbe first day ol January, 1«G2 

I hey will take post at their general 
dfpots, which will be under their general 
command. The superintendent lor New 
Vt'tk will take post at Albany 

Upon the requisition of the superintend 
enti., a suitabi • number of volunteer offi- 
eers, non-comm.«8ione.l officer., and pri. 
vates will be detailed lor duty in the stafl 
departments and as drilUmasters at the 
respective depots. A dinbursing officer ol 
tbe luod lor collecting, drilling and oriran- 
izing volunteers will be assigned to each 



.% Uurlesque en Gcnisral 
Proclamation. 



fibarmau'a 



From tha Charleston Courier. 

Port Royal, Camf Loavss akd Fishbs. 
To the Ladiea of the Sea Iiland$ — 

Having been long familiar with your soft 
feather beds, well-supplied tables, beautiful 
flowers and hospitable smiles, more charm- 
ing even than your fish and game, we en 
treat you, with every assurance of our most 
tender regard, to come and partake of some 
of tbe delicacies which we have appropri* 
a*ed by a "military necessity." 

It really grieves our loving hearts to live 
on the fat of your land while you are house- 
less, particularly when we have so often 
boa.-ttd of your hospitality, and been your 
honored guests, year alter year, " without 
money and without price." 

If you decline this affectionate overture, 
remember that we are cognizant of every 
nook and every corner in your larders ; we 
know all your rivers of milk and honey, the 
umall hillocks of fresh butter, and the pro- 
montories of orange preserve jars, and we 
will appropriate them all to the glory of 
Abraham the First. 

On the other hand, if ynu only separate 
yourself from the rebel husbands, sons and 
brothers who are behaving so improperly 
to our blessed government by fighting for 
your homes and your honor, you shall be 
taken to our affectionate embrace, and boa« 
quets of roses, such as you used to place 
around our firesides and on our toilet tables, 
shall be showered upon you. 

Yours, with Bacred memories, 

CHAS. O. BUTTEttWELL Jt CO. 

MoBB MiscHiEr Afoot. — Mischief is 
still afoot in Congress. Senator Hale, of 
New Hampshire, as if there were not al- 
ready sufficient food for excitement and 
exasperation, is making an effort toakiolish 
the Supreme Court. Nobody but himself 
will vote for it ; but the mere introduction 
of such a measure will be used with eflect 
at the South to show that tbe Constitution 
is thrown aside antl anarchy rules in our 
national councils. In tbe House, Mr. Love- 
joy, of Illinois, proposed and very nearly 
carried through a resolution requesting tbe 
Secretary of War to revoke tne order of 
Georcal HuUeck, commander in Missouri, 
excluding negroes from bis lines ; and the 
Senate has actually decided by an almost 
unanimous vote to go Into a general inqui* 
sition of military catastrophes and blun 
ders of the war. Worse disasters than 
those of Bull Run and Ball's Bluff await 
tbe national cause if there is not a check to 
these insace proceedings in Congress. It 
will not require more than three months of 
this stuff to demoralize and scatter the vol- 
unteer armies of tbe \5mWi.— Syringpild 
{Mm.) Republican. 



Vvoa Washington. 

Sp«ol»I OUpfttch toUie New Vork Ueiald. 

Wabhikoton, Dec. II.— Two wealthy 
gentlemen, residents of Lower Maryland, 
who fled to Virginia a few months since, 
for fear of being arrested because they were 
secession sympatizers, have returned to the 
Maryland side. Neither of them had joined 
the rebel army. They confirm the infor- 
mation recently received from that vicinity 
relative to the high price of coffee and other 
common articles of food, and tbe strong 
desire of Maryland rebels now in Virginia 
to lay down their arms, return to their 
homes, and, like themselves, take tbe oath of 
allegiance to the United States. The Con- 
federate government will not let these 
repentant Mary landers leave tbe rebel 
army. 

Tne defeat in the House today of Love- 
joy's resolution requesting the President to 
modify the order of General Halleck ex- 
cluding contrabands from the lines of our 
army in Missouri, is regarded as a signal 
overthrow of tbe radical faction in the 
House, and a demonstration that it is pow- 
erless, and an evidence that the policy of 
the President, as announced in his message, 
will be sustained by a large conservative 
majority in tbe House. 

SpecUl Dicpaieh lo tbe N. Y. World. 

Wasbinoton, Dec. 11. 
1 he direction ol public sentinoent here 
cannot be mistaken. The declaration of 
Eepresentative Fouke to-day ,in tbe House, 
that, if his colleagues would attend more 
to tbe interests ol tbe country, and less to 
that of negroes, tbe lormer would get along 
better, was received with vociferous ap. 
plause in the galleries. 

Spsclal DUpatcbiotbeN. Y. Times. 

Wasuinoton, Dec. 11. 
All thought of overruling l^resident Lin- 
coln in regard to the war is now virtually 
abandoned Alter full consideration of all 
the reasons that have been presented to in- 
duce him to modify bis plans to please the 
radicals, the President has firmly resolved 
to stand by his original purpose, to regard 
tbe Union as unbroken, to restore the na- 
tional laws over the seceded States as rap.- 
idly as possible, and to protect the lives 
and property of all citizens in the seceded 
States who have not, with knowledge and 
consent, engaged m the rebellion or given 
aid and comfort to the rebels. This final 
decision of the President was declared to* 
night. 

The vote in the House, this afternoon, to 
lay on the table the resolutions instructing 
tbe President to countermand an order of 
Gen. Halleck of Missouri, settles the ques- 
tion that Congress is not prepared to su- 
percede tbe President and bis Generals.— 
The conservative element in Congress is 
supposed, from that vote, to have a major- 
ity large enough to secure practical una- 
nimity in tbe House. 

Affairs at Fort Plck.eus. 

The Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle thus 
comments on tbe present condition of affairs 
at Fort Pickens, Pensacola : 

If anything could surprise us in relation 
to the conduct of affairs by both sides near 
Pensacola, tbe proceedings of the last few 
days woukl certainly excite our astonish- 
ment, and will, unless explained, be a puz 
ale hereafter to historians. There has ex- 
isted, for eight months, neither a siege nor 
a blockade— no encounter destined for the 
capture ol the fort has taken place, and each 
party, after having once or twice announced 
to their respective governments their readi- 
ness to begin operations, have nevertheless 
remained idly looking at each other. Tbe 
whole course of proceedings, or rather want 
of proceedings, seems to indicate that there 
is a " circumlocution office" attached to each 
government, whose continual study it « 
" how not to do it;" 

The late brush increases the mystery. 



Wliat can the Federels mean by suddenly 
opening their fire, then as suddenly ceasing, 
is the nniveral question ; and why should 
our fire be so courteously discontinued when 
theirs was? One cannot help thinking 
that as long as the ball had opened, it wouW 
have been better to have finished up the 
matter at once, without, by ceasing fire, 
giving the enemy time to repair damages. 

Our brave soldiers there are tired of inn 
actios, and would gladly be releasetl from 
a position in which it would seem there is 
no gk)ry to be won or service to be »<nder- 
ed. 1 hey do not fear the consequences of 
a combat Delay in that quarter, as in 
others, appears to result only in advantage 
to the enemy, and our soldiers, doubtless, 
hoped that the time was near for their re- 
lease from tbe sand banks of I'enaacola.— 
They are impatient tor action, and will not 
be belter contented when they discover, as 
they have in tbe last few days, that they 
are only to be permitted to strike in self- 
defence, and when old Harvy Browu stops 
hitting at them they are to do tbe same by 
him. 

It may be true, as whispered, that there 
are many and vast interests in the Confed- 
eracy opposed to any vigorous assault on 
Pickens — that Pensacoiu. whose town 
property has increased in value beyond ex- 
ample, would return to its original iosig- 
nificance— that the Florida and AUbama 
railroad is making enormous prohts by 
maintaining the present status. Btt it is 
not to be supposed that these considera- 
tienp have any intiuence with our Govern- 
ment. 

Indeed, the conduct of the Federal Gov- 
ernment is fully as inexplicable. We can 
only imagine that the causes of inaction 
on both Bides will be revealed when tiie his- 
tory of this war comes to be written. 



NfiWS FROM POUT 

Occupation of Beaufort 
Islands. 



ROYAL, 
and Tybea 



NOTHmO CAM Bl DONE WITHOL'T HOBS TK0OP8. 

Ovrrespoadence of the New Vjrk Tinier. 

PoBT Royal, S. C, Friday, Dec. 6, 1861. 
—The policy ol Captain Saxton, which he 
has so strongly urged from the first, since 
the deserted town ol Beaufort has made it 
attractive, has prevailed, and^the brigade 
under Gen. Stevens proceeds to occupy the 
town to day. Six steamers are detailed to 
carry up 2,500 men. 

We trust tbe enemy will not get the in- 
formation and destroy the town btlore they 
get there, and to make sure ol it, Capt. Ful 
ler proceeds this morning in advance, in a 
gun boat, to select a house tor his quarters, 
and to await tbe coming ol the main body. 
Tbe expediiiou further South is delayed 
from this sudden change ol policy, which 
was concluded on at midnight lact, and 
there is a great doubt— u possibility,' cer- 
tainly— that it will never leave until we are 
reinlorced with men enough to complete it 
within ilbclf. We desire to spread out, but 
we are not strong — we ahould take every 
abandoned house, and planuiion, and vil 
lage, but we have not the men. 

The 46th New York, Col. Uosa, proceed 
iu tbe steamer Cahawba to day, lo occupy 
Tybee with 600 men. The 79lb High, 
binders will occupy Bay Point during the 
winter. Bluflion wants to be served the 
same way. Helena Sound and shores ditto, 
and so ol all this whole country. We want 
half the grand army of the Potomac, and 
then we can make events and write up his- 
tory fast and sure. This spreading out of 
this division, I teel certain in my own mind, 
knowing the indefensible stale ol the coun- 
try around without a vast dt^ of labor, 
kills off* the expedition lor tbe present. We 
have all we can attend to at present if tbe 
enemy are disposed to attack, but we have 
a sale retreat, and they know it, which pre- 
vents any attempt on our ships. 

OATHKBIKQ COTTON. 

Immense quantities ol cotton arc known 
to be stored and ready lor picking on the 
plantations within reach ol our lon.'es, al- 
though the rebels have burued it wherever 
they have had the opportunity. In the 
work of picking and packing, the negroes, 
who are becoming troublesome with noth- 
ing to do, are to be employed, and they will 
be paid for their labor by the government, 
ou exhibiting vouchers. Col. Nobkij, who 
has only lately resigned tbe command of 
the Seventy^mth regiment, has been in- 
trusted with the carrying out of this un- 
dertaking. He has already taken posses- 
sion of Ladies' and St. Helena islands, with 
a good force of troops, and the movement 
today is in harmony with tbe general plan. 
It is necessary that our troops should re- 
main on those islands to prevent squads of 
the enemy from returning and destroying 
the cotton. 

From intelligence that we receive from 
the negroes, the statement that I have sent 
you before, that the rebels are very gene- 
rally abandoning the coast, is confirmed. 
They are now engaged in constructing in- 
land fortifications, and in blockading creeks, 
by which we might be expected to take our 
inland progress. It is said that General 
Lee is at the head ol several thousand troops 
ready to meet any advance into the inte- 
rior. 



NEW ADVEKT18KMENTa 



JJ F W GBOCBRY HOUSE 
At Saint Paul. 



Coolev, Tower & Co. 

Brmneh of COOMtY A TOWKR, (formerly LIV 
KBXORE a OOOLKT,) St. Loait. 

ESTABLISHED 1843. 

WHOLESALE CiKOCEBS 
AKD 

Oomraission Merchants, 

IMPOBTERS OlffvJEKION KSUITS. KLTS, 
WINKS, LiQUORS, SEQABM Ao., 

JACKSOlf STRJUT, BBTWEMN LBYKM «• TEIUD. 



Referring to the abore, we beg leave to atAte, that for 
the better accommodatloD and eourenleoee oi our cn»- 
tomcra and Irleuds Id the upper country, we have ea- 
UblUhed a houM &t thl. point , (In oonnection with the 
houae of COOLKY k TOWER, 8 1. I»ulg, wblch wm be 
conUnued aa heretofore,) and are now opening a 

COMPLETE and WELL ASSOETED 
STOOK OF aROCERIES, 

WINES, LIQUORS, SEGAUS, &c.,&c. 



to which wo would Invite the i^Ueuilou of our irienda 

hdU the public generally, trusUng ih&i the long 

eaiabliabed standinK and reputation of 

ourhouae, will be aaiilUoient 

guaranty of 



FAIR AND HONORABLE DBALINQ, 



an with ib0 convletlon m%tared and conflrmed by long 
enperience, ilmt iho true iDternsta of buyer and ael- 
ler are beat pri>aiou;d la ibia direoilon, we pro- 
pose meeiiAK our frieudu upon a 



Caali 13asis I 



CoutlJent that our facliiUea will enable ua to meetlhe 
views of close and discrlmlnaUng bayera. 



NEW AD V ERTISEMENTS 



In t:.e departmenu of LIQUORS and^KUAR8,j our 
stock is large aud complete, embracing cbolee brands 
oimiined eicluslvely to our house, aud to which we cun- 
liJeiii y ID vile the attention of Ibuae interested, and 
awaiiiQg au iutipeeUou ofour slock aud prices, remaiu 
Vrryrrs.ecUully, 

0JV2I COOLER , TOWER A CO. 

SJUGARS— 50 UUDS PKIME POR- 

O 10 Kico and N. 0.—3obbl« crushed, powdered and 
ooUee— m store, aud te arrive, fur sale at lowesi market 
priees, by OOOLKlf, TuWKR A CO. 



l^KAS— 50>5j CHESTS & CADDIES. 

A Imp., U. 1'., V. U., Uolonij, Ac. Freuh and prime. 
CuULEV, TOWER A CO. 

I ^Oi-FEK— 100 BAGS illO—PKIME— 

V/ At dj l-aguHyra do 

10 pockets Mocha— »ery choice. 
Cot'LliY, TOWER A CO. 

L>A181NS— 150 BOXliS— LAYERS, 

All M. K.'b, whole*, halves and quarlvrc. 

OOOLEY . 1 OWER A 00. 

(J TAR CANDLES— 100 BOXES BEST 

O St. Louis brands. fiU >i and >4 do. 

COOLifcY. TUWER A CO. 



I^UBACCO— 100 



BOXES—MOSTLY 

rted quaiiues. 
COOl^EY, TOWER A CO- 



our owu braudii— aaaorted quaiiues. 

EGAIiS— 150 M. IMPORTED AND 

l)OMK.STIC — Incluiliiig some choice brands which 
we cau recomiiiend. COULEE, TOWKa A CO. 



s 







TSTERS AND 



oases assorted -best brands 

COOL.^Y, TOWER 



SARDINES — 50 

A CO. 



LD BOURON «& RYE V\ HlSKIES— 

We have a lew bbls. in store— very old aud tine. 
COOLEif. ToWkU *CO. 

FULL LINE— IN- 

eluding I'ure French, Apple, Peach Cherry, Oln- 
Ker, ' A ^>el4(netle," Domestic, Ac,, Ac. 

COOLEV, TOWER A CO. 

HOLLAND GIN — WARRANTED 
choice aud pure. 

COULEY TOWKR A 00. 





DRANDIES— A 



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Uaderia, Champagne, Ac.. Ao. 

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ueaLkr in 



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AND 



AGh,NCY or lUifi CELKBRATKU UL'NDAS MILL 
rLOUB. 

CORNER 7U> AND JACKSON STREET, 

Opposite International l£otel. 



OOOOS DELIVKRED FREE Oi' CilARUE, TO ANY 
I'AuT OF THE CITY. 



50 



AMPHITHEATRE. 

CORNER 8BVENTU AND JACKSON STREETS. 

Open Kvery "Wedneetiay and 
Saturday Svenii'ifi;^. 

G. W. DK HAVKN Manager. 

*'• ^. LOao , Treasorer. 

FQVKSTRIAN, Gl'MKASTIC, PANTOMIMIC AND 
TBMATRICAL PMBFORMANCES. 
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to cemmence 
at7>{. Admission, 29 cents. Reset ved seats, &0 cents. 

There will algn be a RIDINa SCHOOL epenforthe 
aocommodation of ladles, Gentlemen and Children. 
For Terms, Ac. apply lo 

a. W. HE HAVEN. Manag r. 
_ dwslT. C. Ol. IVKR. B-U Rldingli^gier. 

& BROTHER, 

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BOXES CHOICE HAMBURGH 

Cheese, for salecneap by J. U. SLICllTER, 
Corner 7th and Jackson. 

O WEET AND PURE OHIO CIDER. 

Just received and for sale by the barrel and gai- 
lo at 8LICUTER'8, 

Comer 7ih and Jackson. 

Q(\ BARRELS OF THE B^TANTI 

tjyj explosive, siraw colored Carbon Oil, atCOMPE- 

1 lilo.N PKICES, by the barrel auJ gallon, at 
nov21-3mou KLICUTER'S. 

CIGARS, COMPRISING 

all be choice aud lavorlte brands, 
ot pure Turkish .smokiug. aud line-cut 
Chewing iobacco— the i'EMT In the Ciiy— for sale at 
t noes to suit the Umes, at SLKUTkR'S. 

Opposite the luternaUonal tioiel. 

17RESH OYSTERS RECEIVED 
. daily bv Eipress—Maltby's celebrated Pearl Oys- 
ters, for sale by the case or can, at the 'owext rates, 
»t Wl.lCtlTEK'!i. 

ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP, 
a large lot of Fresh Can, and Preservod Froits, 
*t 8LICHTER'<, 



35,000 

Ala<if a bne lui o 



Of) TONS OF BRAN 

dV/and far sale at Mill prices, by 

F 



ON HAND 

J. U. BLICUTtUi. 



3 



YOU ARE IN WANT OF A 

— supplv of Family Orocerles, call at the corner of 7lh 
aud Jackson streets where you will Uudlhe BEST hK 
LKi;i'iiUsu<ckoi Family Uioceries >n tbe ^iiy, and 
where your wauls will be supplied al prxes tu kult the 
""DM; novZl 

CENTS IN GOLD OR FOUR CTS. 

in TlBware paid for good CoTToN RAti8. 
Gold and Silver paid l»r Kood Rags, WuoUen and 
Coliou ; cash paid for Copper, Brass, old Cast Iren, af 
all kinds, old Stoves aud tiiove Pipe, old l.ead and 2iuc, 
and old Uold and Silver. 

STENCIL CUTTING, OF ALL KINDS, 
At the Tin and Copier Store, Robert street, VETAL 
>il ERIN'S, stone bluck, between Sd and 4th utrrtni 
whtsreyou can purchaso new and second-hand ware 
cheap for caah or barter. 
81. Paul, May 31, IH6I.-I7 



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OGAN it CAMP 



Would Invite all of their old friends, and aa numy new 
ones as w 111 come to tlMlr 

ISTEW^ STORE, 

2 DOORS BELOW their OLD STAND, 

Third Street, between Robert and MInueaou. 
WHERE TH£7 HA7E OPENED OUT THEIR 

SPLEND»ID STOCK 

OF FALL AKD WINTER 

aooDS, 

Whleh they wiU mU at p rleea that will five suiaflBetion. 
dec I 

DANK EXCHANGE 
REST AXIRAJfl^X, 

UVDBR KDGBBTOII'S BaMK, TBIRO 8TKBKT. 

MARTIN A PARSONil. Proprtetera. This establish 
ment Is Sited np in a sty: e to compare with any Easing 
House iu the city. Oysters and Meals served up at all 
hours. Parties of Iron 16 to SO can be accommodated 
on short notlee. dec. 7 dSm 

REDEICK HILDERBRANT 

ealer in all kinds of 
• ILT MOULDINGS, 
also 

;oeEwooD mouldings, 

Por rait and Picture Frames, 
y reduced rates. 
SCHURMEIER'S BLOCK. 
STREET, ST. PATL, MINN. 



F 



Manufacturer and V 
FURNITURE AND t 




IMITATION OF B 
Ovals, Looking O'ass, 
At great 

WARBROOMS IN 
deeS-dly JACKSON 







U B HOUSE, 
Restaixraiit and Saloon, 
BY HENEBT P. E. VITT, 



TUIED STREET 81. PAUL 

Oppolt* Pioneer Guarda' Armory. 

This house Is oondue'edon the European principle 
—Meals at all hours. The bar is stocked with the finest 
Imported Liquors and Cigars. 

He is in receipt dailj of No. I Oysters, which are 
served uplnany and every style, 

Theonly house In the city where pure Philadelphia 
Porter and Ale can be had. decl-d6mo 



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A S H 1 (; A S H 1 

PAID FOB COnfttlTBAaS. 



In goods 2H cents. 
" " OLD SECOND HAND STOVES. 

" " OLD IRON. 

" '• t;OPPER AND BRASS. 
" '• *• LEAD AND PKWTKB. 

awNc. 

** " " It.%.KRELS AND BOXES. 

STKKCILING WORK l>ONK. AND STENCIL TOOLS 
FOR SALE. 

FOR SALE,— A good assortmedt of Tinware — AnJ 
on consignment 60,000 Mo. 1 Shingles. Also, ou con- 
signment, an assortmei t ot wrapping paper. 

i<i.B.— All klndsof rejairingdone in the neatest style. 
All kinds ot Lamps rep ilred and altered. 

Traps made aud warranted not to break, and sold 
very cheap, at mauufaciurem' piifes, at 
nov2t>-d6mo VETAL GUERIN'S 

Stone Block, R./ber: street, sign " Trap Kacto-y " 



MISCELLANEOUS 



S 



AFES FOR SALE. 



One large LUlie's double t^afe, and one Bacon's 
patent safe. 

Formerly in use at tlie Banking House of N. J.T. 
DANA, where they can be seen, or information ean be 
had by addressing. 

H. r. MA8TERSON, 

nov27-dlmo St. Paul. Minuesoto . 

TJNION COMMERCIAL 

COHiLEaEI 

Hejrward's Block, Xliird Street- 
O. F. CAliVER, Principal. 

This Institutloa is no-* open for the reeeptloo of Stu- 
rests. The facilities for acquirmg a thorough 

Commercial Education, 

in a short time, are not inferior to those ollered in simi 
lar Colleges at the East. 

FOR PAKTICULARfs 

Call at the Rooms as alove, or addreos, 

O. F. CARVER. 
novZ't Union Commercial t;ollege, St. Paul. 



T EWISS CH.h:AP DRUG STORE 

The purest and beai.liquor'i for medicinal. use in the 
State of Minnesota, put jp by K. W. Lewis, in person, 
from liquors In casks, diract from the Custom House N. 
v., below sosi. 

FRENCH BRANDY— ciuart boUleg-83c 

ST. CBUIX RUM-pure— toe per botUe. 

UoLl.A.N'P lilN do 3Sc do 

MADKKIA WINK do 2o yers old, 86c per bottle. 

Port Wl.VK— Gsjiumn— 6ac, 70c and s.'c perbottie. 

SIIKRRY WI-NE— Ulonouii— i^sc per bottle. 

UKIDSICK CHAMP. kIGNE— Warranted genuine— 

tl.U) per miarl bottle. 
LOaDoN MRUWN 8T(»DT— I6c pint botUe. 



A lotof PalnU, Colon, Glass, Ac., will be sold below 
COS', as tor instance 

WHITE LEAD— Best brands, Gc per Jb or$C per 100 lbs 
NEW J ERSEV ZINt^ Better than the Freitch— &c per 

lb or $8 per 100. 
PITTbllUKG GLASS-I»A16, »2.75 ; 9A1S, f 2.:j0 ; 10A16, 

S3, 7*y $1 60. 
DBMaK VAKN;SU-ist quality— $2 30 per gallon. 
FURNITURE VAKNI8U-N0. 2 -ll.i. per galiou. 
PAINT OIL— A new arUcie, coutalniug Meuxoie. Equal 

to boiled Ldnseed Uil ior drying ptirpcses- T^w 

per gallon. 



The people can bring in their prescrlptiosa aud have 
them put up by 

JULIUS WENl. 
a first class prescripUocist, fnm the best DniM and 
Medicines, for ONE HA .F the money thry can get them 
for at aoy ulhrr kiore. 

NIOWOOD, LOOWCOD. FU8TIC-6 cents per lb. 
„„ CRKaM TaBTAK— pure— 46 eenu oer a. 
PEARL BARLEY, SAlJO aud OATMEAL-lOc per lb. 

Hair, Clo:h. Hat. Nail, and T.jolh Brushes. Colognes, 
i erfum s, and iKwrneiios; Combs, and ail suoh goo^Js 
as are usually kept by Jrugglsts, going below c^st. 

November iJd, 1361. 

O. GRANT LEWIS. 
J?2l!^ Assignee. 

T AND WARRANTS LOCATED 

The undersigned havtig been extensively engaged In 
the 

lieal Estate Business 

rOB THB 

LAST IKS YJiABS IN TUiii CiTY AND 

STATE, 

Now offers his lervieet, in eonuectlon therewith, to 

LOCATE Land WARRANTS. 
There have recently been thrown open .to market 
some flye millions of fcsree ot the choicest landa in 
Minneiioia. 

No lands will be locaud unlest personally examine 
by tbe undersigned. 

Terms for locaUog 160 acre Land Warranu, %ii each. 
Including Land Oifice fe<!s and all expenses ; l3H'a. Hu'b 
and 40's at proportionate rates. 

HENRY McEENTY, 

OBALER IN REAL IWTATE, ST. PAUL. MINN 

BKVKBENCKS. 
Hen. Henry M. Rice, i: S. Senate. 
" Morton 8. WUkUnoa, U.S. Senate. 
" <.'yrus Aldrtch, U .8. House of Representativfc 
Wm. Windom, n S. House of Kepreseutatives. 
•• Lafayette Kmmeti. t^hiel, Juatice Supreme Court 

ol Minnesota, St. Paul. 
" K. R. Nelaon, UP . nintrlct Judge. .St. Pnal. 
Messrs. Thompson, Brnhers, Bankers, St. Paul. 
St Paul, September 21 , 1861. sepZl-d.wAtwly 



nEORGE BENZ, 

IMPORTER OF AND DKALKB IN RHKNISH 
HUNGARIAN FRENCH AND CATAWBA 

WINKS, 

Champagne, Uquors, Cigars, Swiss and Llaburc 

Cbeese. WhulcMile and ReUll 
Third sL, bet. WsAhingltn arl Market streeu, St. Paul 

.i."?",^"'*'''*."''*^ *•'*''' "f pure Hungarian Wines ol 
the follo«-inf( bran JB : 

Egry, superior, vlntajtti of 1841; udal. Is6« P«>«ti 

1S67 ; Vllianv. 1864 ; Tokaj Masias l«54, wVlcTb; o ,'„ 

at very smal prohts. All tee above *ines »re war- 

raBte«f genuine. novl6-dl. 



Third street, between 
Dawson's Bloet 



Jackson and 



Ruberi 'Ireets 
dee<5 dly 



JJ. OW IS YOUR TIME 

TO BUY 

BEST CARBON OIL, 

THAT WILL NOT EXPLODE, FOB CO AND 65c. 

PBB QkUJOH, AT 

e. A HY. BELL'.s, 
novo Near the Winslow UoaM, M it., St. Paul 



F 



OR RENT— A FINE TWO STORY 

DWELL! N(i, 

(Situate near OoTcmer Bamsey's) 

Containing eight rooms— with all necessary out bniid- 

Ings— good suble— good well water. 

Applyto PKNNOCK PUSEY, 



novJ3-d2w 



J. g. A. WARD. 




DR T. D; SIMONTON' 
UENTIST, 

Ingersoll's Block, Bridge Square, St. Paul. 

T!*''''" 'nserted la the best manner on Gold. Silver 
or V ULCimiB. All uperaUous warranted. 
Call audsee.specimensor the Vt'LCAwiri work. 
o34-ly 



U S. & JOS. H. 8 T O M B S, 

No. 1776 EAST JACKSON STREET, 

Betwoen Fifth and Sixth, 

Practical Copper Hmitb.R, i»lizin fa- 
era & Sheet Iron "Worker*; 

And Manulaeturera ol Copper Kettles, Copper .SulU^ 

Yeast Kettles, Veatt Jugs, Uquor Pumpr. 

Lift and Force J'ump, Soda Fonnuln 

and OeDeralors. 

i^Particularaiteniioii paid to .steam boat, Disiillery, 

Mill aud Plumbing Work in ail IU Branches, augl-dly 

Kfi BARRKLS OF NAPTHA— AN 

tlvr excellent sul.MltuK' frtrTurrenline.and warraoied 
for any purpns*' which ttial >• used fur, and at ao per 
eent leas eost. For sale I y the barrel or gallon, 
iiQv27 at itPUAii ^ tijki uvc 



c. 



H . MIX 

SUCCESSOR TO W. S. COMBS, 



Bookseller & Stationer, 

THIRD STREET, SAINT PAUL 



Grii'ts lor the liolidays 

The largeiit culiectloB of FINE BOOKS, suliakl* fur 
Presents in the eity, eonsistlng in part ot 

RAPHAEL'S MADONNAS, 
COURT OF NAPOLEON, 
WOMEN OF BEAUTY, 
LOVES OF THE POETS, 
THE CENTRE TABLE 



FINE PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES, 

&c. &c. &c. 



Cheap for Caah at 



C H. MIX'S 



DIARIES FOB ISC 2. 

At C. U. MIX-.S 



THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF 

CIIILDRElSt'S BOOKS 



rOH TH£ aOLlDAYS. 



At 



C. U. MIX'S 



A WORD TO ALL WHO WISH TO 
BUY 

BOOKS OR STATIONERY. 

Having added largely to my stock by pnrcUtLssR t >r 
Cash, 

I oFi'MS suresiuR javicements to cash 
pumnASEiis. 

d>cl5.dAwlm C. H. mx. 

HOLLAND, BERRY & DAWSON, 
lIANiCERS. 
Will buy aud sell Kxchange, Land Warrants. Stale, 
County and City Scrip. 
Oolleetioaa made, aud promptly remitted. 
Safe invesiments made, aud Taxes paid for non-resU 
dents. 

Tlilrd street, .-^u Paul Mlone sota. nov2s<lly 

DYERS & P O L L O C K 

JACKSON UTKKKr, OPPOSITE THB lia CLOCK, ST. PaUL. 

Mauufacturers and dealers In COPPER, SHEET IRON 
and TINWARE. STOVKS of the latest patterns. 
Steambeat and Steam Mill Work promptly atteuded lo. 
declO.dly 

TIG. BROWN, 

JGEVT FOB 

PU.ELAN & COLLONDEU'S BILLIARD 
TABLES, and 

PATENT COMBINATION CUSHIONS. 

Havlnn; received the Agency f ir this section of poun 
try lor the above tirm. I am prepared at all tlui«s to tit 
up aod furnish preryiblni; oeo- iwary fcr a First 4'Iaaa 
BIl.UlARll ROOM ; and am readv at all times tii uver 
haul, refit, and put in running orifer, Tables out ul re 
pair. Cushions re-covered, Balis Colored, Ac. Ac. 

P.S. Persons wishing any information in relaion t" 

ance and qiialiiy of articles, can apply to meat tli« 
istropttlltan Billiard Room, St. Paul. decll-Cm 



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A N T E D 



A lew more Good STAGE HORSES, weighing ft 
less than lusu lbs, nor over seven year < old, for v,bic>< 
we Will pay a fair price. 

J. C. BURBANK A CO. 

December 11, 1861. dlw 



D L A C K CLOTH C O A T S , 
Silk Velvet Vests. 



AKD 

DOESKIN 

At 

decll. 



r A N T 8 , 

W. H. TEMPLE'S. 

Thir.l Street, 



g T R A Y COW. 

(!amelntomyenelos«re on the 30th day of Novem 
ber, one Black and White COW, about twelve years 
"W UENRV HORN. 

decll-it» 4 mii^g ^.„. 



UPHAMife IIOLMKS 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 
COMMISSION MERCHAN'iS, 

ANi)D%ALER3 IN BOAT A BAR STORE.-". 
It J. W. Simpson's Warehouse, 

sepl9-daw6m Liwer Levee, St Pr-s!, Vn- 



.K.ai* UoLLiSD WILLIAM I'AVBOh. 

IJOLLAND & DAWSON 

DEALERS IN LAND WARRANTS. 

8TATK. COUNTT. AND CITV SCRIP. 
Will also buy and sell Keal EsUte. pay Taxes. Irai 
money, seii Land Warrants, en ene or twu yeari> 
ime, Ac. *c. 

apposite HtWSON A UAR.VK.<;' BANK. .'^L PkuI 
oc31-dAw»*l 



Beaumont 6l Grordon, 
G li o c K R s 

AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
LARPENTEURS OLD STAND, 

CORNER THIRD i JACKSON 8T.><, 

a;u2I dAwly 



l^ h\ Mcuuii.i:.A>., 

WHOLESALE GROCER, 
A.ncl CoznxnisBion Merchant, 

PRINCE'S NEW BLOCK. 

i>-29 LKVEK. SATNT PAVL. 



CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE 

QUOTATIONS OF 

THOMPSON. BKOiS., 
I3a n k. e rs 



axD 

DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, LAND 
WARRANTS, Ac. 
BANKABLE FUND 8. 

hew York, New Euglaud 

Ohia. Mlebltfaii. 

Indiana, Sew Jempy, 

Iowa, Philadelphia. 

Win<ina Couu'.y Kank, I'li-sburgh 

Kama«>y Co. Ku<'orsrd Srrip. Peoples' Hank, 
I.'. . l).-inaui Note,*, t'nyoI.><t I'aulScrip. 
I'ulled btaes 6 per rent. 2 yrs. Notes, 



KXCUAMQE BATES. 



Bankable Funds 

Ohio, In 'iana, Iowa 

.^ew Yi.rk and New England.. 
Am. Gol .. 



Premium. 
is 

-x 



Am. uoi 4^ 

Cnlted 8ui«s Treasury 7 3-lu'Nfili'." ■.■.■.'!.*.*.'.*.*.'.".■.■..■. g 

SubscripUorsreeeived at our Office lor the Natlou»i 
Loan, bearing 7 :) IW interest, or one cent, per day on 
each bo doU&r note, by appointment of the Secretary ol 
tne Treasury. 

November 7, 1S61. naT7-d 



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J. BRAINARD & C O.'S 
M I L I^ S. 

SITUATED ON PHALUK'S CREEK, WnERK Til 
.»;T1I.LWATBR road CROSSES. 
This Mill isjiistcumpleted, and lo good running or 
der. Our mscblnery embraces all the latest Imjrove 
menu got lip :n the East, without regard to rx^eiiM'. 
:i liak two run ot Imrrs which wiU bo kept rimuing 
iiiKhi ftiid day. 8<> ihat farmer* C'lBiiiig from a disiance 
can b« accommodated without much delay. 

The want ol a tirst-class mill of this kiud has long 
brt^u leli by ube ciUt. ns ol Si. Paul B»>d vicinity. 

Wf have aecuied the svrvir^s of .'smes Cralgle, who 
lias maae miiiluK the busiucM 01 his lie, and in whom 
we ciiO ^)l^^ce entire con.laeuce. All .Ind < of grain « ill 
he weighed when bruugbt to the mil., and aisi wbeu 
taken away, if desirrd. We feel con'!':ent In saying to 
the public tnal we cnu miilte an good U >ur, and aa great 
a virld i<i iiie biuihel AS any mill In Min^ieaota, and re- 
sprcUuUy solicit a fair trial. All wheat and o'her 
grains taken tu ihe mi!!, aiU tliiur deliv.T.id tu any part 
Ol the city tree 01 charge. All work will be warrautAd 
o«17-d.wAiw 



H. 



MORIN, 



WHOLESALE GBO<^KR. FORWARDINO.ANDi 
CGMMlSt>ir> MEKCbANT. 



barrel or gallon. And Dealer in Flour and Perk, Foreign and l>omesUo 

L'PMAM A HOLMES. Llijnors and Cigars, 



1,500 



BARREL C0AR8E AND 

Qne Salt, ai 



Uf HAM A HOLMES. 



I ccrner Third and Jackstm streets, .Sibley's Stone blook 
St. Paul. 
N.B.— All kinds ol Produce boughlfor goods or eaaa 
mai^<IAwly 



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Katea or j^dvertiaixxjc 

mK UAiLI PJ(>NEER AND DEMOCRAT 

BaoLoasB I a tbb 



THE PIONEER AND UEMOCRAT. SAINT PAUl. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18 1861 




ra« uaaa to a 



i3a, (THB aPAoa 
roLLowiaa tabu;. 



One Soaare 
>ne itme 9 7( ... 

rhre« met 1 U ... 

ta« w««k X 75 ... 

Two week* 163 ... 

One mouth 4 00 ... 

I'wo m«Dtba 8 JO ... 

I'hree mooiha..., 6 78 ... 

-H moQlha 10 00 

t welvH moBiha IJ 00 ...!"""!! f 

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£Mh add. gquin 
'.'.'.'.'.'. 62H 

:::::: ig^ 

2 UU 

J 76 

...... 3 37>i 

6 UU 
M 



Post Office, St. Paul, BUonaaota. 



orrica uouai. 
>n week days from 7 o'clock a a. to 7 o'clock r ■ 
Un Sundays, from 13 o'clock ■ lo 1 o'clock r u. 

Bona* or AaaiTAL Aan aarAatoaa or baiu. 

Ik Paul to Pralfie du Chlen, carrying ibe eaataro and 
MntMni nail. 

Laarei daily, eieept Saturday, at ri a a. 

ArriTea daily, eieept MoDday, at 7>i r a. 

St Paul lo Ualeua, earrytng way mail to all rlT«r 
P >inta. 

Ltfavaa dally, except Mouday. at S a a. 

Arrlvru dijiy, eictrpt Mon iny, at i> f a. 

>t f *ul u> Calls «! 8t Oroii, Wuconaln, via StlUwaier 
ea»e» dmly except Hunday, a 7 a a. Arrlres daliv 
■xeepl Sunday, at 12 a. ' 

at Paul lo Crow Wing, (L'pper Mlstiaalppl riter) 
leaven dAlly, eicepl Sunday, at 6 a a. Arrires daily 
eiceplSiindav, at 7 1- a. 

Maiia lor /ori Abercrombie, Breckinridge Ac on 
tied KiTor. are dispatched on Moaday. WedneaJay'and 
r rlday at S A a. ' 

St Paul lo .>.)uth Bend, Minueaotariver. Leave* dally 
JiieptSunday*. ai2r a. Arrives daily except Sun- 

St l^ul i>>rorihaeld carrying mail for Faribault, 
Uwt.oaaa, Ac. L»ave* Monday, Wednesday and Frt 
dayatSaa. Arrive* Tueaday, Thursday andSatur- 
day. at 7 r a. ' 

St Paul lo Deoorah, Iowa, via Canaon Pall*. Roches 
^r. ac. 

l^eavea Monday and Thursday at 7 a a 
Arrlrea at .Hi f aul Wednesday and Saturday at 7 p a. 
.; Paulto»uu«rlor, Wis. 

«av«s Mo.iday, and lo Huurlse City only, Thursday 
k ft A a. 

Arrive* r<iesday and from Sunrlsa City only Satur- 
lay at 6 r a. 

, >i Paul loSparu, Wis. via Hudaon. 

.^l* Tea Tuesday, 1 hursUay an<l Saturday, alH A a 

.4^rrl«ea Monday, Wedueaday and Krlday, at 6 p a 

aiPaiUot^Miage Urove. via Newport. *e. Leaves 

Aurday at 1 r a 

Arrives Saturday at 12 a. 

Ka^iteru mail cloaesai 7>4 a a. 

Kails leaving before 7 o'clock a a, close at 7 r a. 

ill others close halt an hour before the time of 
/.artiug. 

the postage upon all lran»l«ni printed matter, foreign 
■ odd >mea ic,aod upou all letters, foreign and Jwmns- 
«c, u uow r<r<iuirBd to be luily (jrepaid by United .siaies 
jiMia<e stamps, exeeplin oases where prepaymenton 
e-.iers 4c., t.> foreign countries is optional and the 
tenders do not wish to prepay. 

l'er»>asm&ilmK letters, newspaper*, Ac, whether 
aomeatip .ir^o i.relgu couQtriHs, should therefore ascer- 
tain at the. office ol mailing, the exact posUKu in ea h 
and aibx United States postage sumps of audicient 
~ ill postage thereon. 
OUas. NI0UUL8, Postmaster. 



\Iu1IuLj & DIVERJSY, 

BSXWBB8 or 

Lill*s Stock, 

, AND 

CREAM PALE 

LiAQER BEER, 
GORIER AND BROWN SWUll 



ALE, 



"«0l7-dlv 



PUB SALE BT 

WM. COXSTANS, 

AOKNT. KT. PAHL. 



FOKWAKDLNa, 



RAIL K0AD8. 



JACOB NEWMAN, 
Merchant Tailor, 

.rn.,„ orraaa uis 

VBKY LAROK ANi> WKLL SKLEf;TKD STOt'K 
THB BK8T KVKR BROUGHT TO THIS '^ 
MAKKkT. AT A VKRV LOW PBICK 

i!LOTH ^'^^'^•*'« *°'l ^^^^ Dealer* In 
' CASeiMEBE, 

BEADT-MADK CL^ol^HTSo':^iS!'''"^~" ^^^« 

Pnrehaier* wonld do well, before parchasing else 
where, to thiamine and price the tloods. 
-,,„,. _, ^ JAt:OB KBWMAN. 
c kithmg made at the shortest noUee, by 
noY3-d3m JACOB NEWMAK. 



B. &. u. Q R E I G, 

LOWKB LEVEE, 8T. PAUL, 

StorsKe, For-wardiniB, and 

COMMISSION MEBCHAKTS, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS M OROCE&IE8. 
PROVI8IOMS, UBAIN, *o., Ac., 
Agenu for tke Port ByroD Extra Whlta Lime, 
Also. Agenta for the 
ILUN018 CENTRAL RAILROAD. 
And the 
UBAND TBUKK BAILWAT CO. OF CANADA. 
Ooniracu for iransporiaiion between St. Paul, Boston, 
New Englacd, Montreal, New Tork and all point* Eaai, 
nukda upon the lowest and must avorable terms. 
Mark l^ackages " C»^<r at L. B A U. Ureig." 
Paasen^vr lickeui via Bailroad and Ocean Steamers 
to and frtMn all parts oi 

UBkAX BBiTAlM AND IRELAND. 
Por Particulars apply at the Store. 
I. H (JKKIii. ijeaoj 



CHA8. GBEIU, 



EMPLE & BEAUPRE 



G B, 
Coxxxxniaeion 



B T O B A 
yor-wardin* and 

AKD 

WHOLuESAXiE UKOCERH 
LOWER LSTEE, Su Paul Minn. 



▲OSNT8 for Laflln, BmlU A 
Agents for the United Sta vd 



Botee' Uun Powder. 
Dispatch. marl6-17 



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B B 



and 



ALTER W. WE 
WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Woreiatx "Winee. Brandies 
Grin, 

M)NDON PORTER, SCOTCH ALE ANI^ 
SCOTCH WHISKEY, 

ALSO, OLD BOLUBON AND RYE WHlSKVj 
LONUWOBTHS STILL CATAWBA WINE *■ 
CKLEBBATKD BBANDS, ' Ac 



CHAMPAGNES 
nov6 



gT. 



PAUL GAS LIGHT CO. 



By a reaolnllou of the Board of Director* of the St. 
Paul Ga* Light Co., adopted November 18th, 1861, the 
price of Oas was reduced from and after Nov l*i, from 

$6 TO $5 P E B 1000 FEET. 



Taaonoaa Boaor. s. B. Caaaruti. 

JJORUP & CHAMPLIN. 
Wholesale Grrocers, 

8TOBAGK, POBWABDING AND COMMISSOK 

We keep the largest Stock of Groeerie* In St. Faui, 
and Country Merchant* will find It to their Interest 
give u* a call before purchasing elsewhere, 
aoui Aflaars roa 

Pitt's Thrasher and Separator of Chicago. 

Astral Oil Company, ot Pittsburgh, 

(utter * Secombe's Paper Mills, of MlnneapoUs 

Northern Line of Steamers to St. Louis 

UauQibal A St. Joseph Kallroad. 

Milv^auaee A Prairie du riuen Railroad 



BANK NOTICES. 



,/A 



DV.BBTI8EI 



SUMMEK ARRANGEMENT. 



1861. 



CHICAUO, 



ST. LOUIS, 



TG 



HEW YORF 



1861. 



BOSTON, 



CAIRO, 
VIA 



NEW ORLEANS, 



Illinois Central 



E. 



EDGERTON, 

i3 anker. 



AKD 



AKO 



GALENA & 0. U. RAILROADS. 



TRAINS LCAVg DUNUOTH. 



DAY RXPRB8S. 7 A. If 
i^undayi excepted 



myll-diy 



alue to prepay the full 
St Paul. fJct. 26. 18«1. 



INSURANCE. 



S. 



S. E A T O N, 



•ti;N.-.RAL INSUK^NCK A COLLECTING AGENT, 
sr .vi;L. Ml.NNKSOTA, 
• aaatiaa t roLLowiao riKaTH.-i.ASS lasoKABOa 
cuapAHias : 

MANHATTAN 

• E INSUKANOE COMPANY, 
NEW YORK. 

-•-i.i CAPITAL AND -HIKPLUS $400,000 

HUMBOLDT 

iJ.K INSURANCE COMPANY 
OK NEW YORK CITY. 

f.Si t:AiMi/^L AND -JURPLUB ti*l>,0>)i 

ARCTIC 

•livE i>4HUl*ANCE COMPA^TY, 
NEW YORK. 

^ C* . I AL AND SCKKLUS $J9t,U00 

CITY 

.'IKE .NHliliANCE COMPANY- 
llABTFOUD, CONNECTICUT. 

* II CAi-ITAL ANDSUBPLIIS $S35,0U 

(JONIS ECTICUT 

•IKK INSURANCE COMPANY 
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 

A.-> M CAPITAL AND sunt LU8 »245,0OU 

IN ORTII-WKSTKRN 

«?iRE& MARINE INH. COMPANY 
CITY OF OSWEGO, N.Y; 

.\m: CAPITAL and surplus »337,2Sti 

New Krij^laiK ' Mutual 

-IFE INHIJRANC COMP'Y, 

B08T0N, MAaSAOhUBETTS. 

A«;Oul«L!LATfc.l* KUND »l,7»»,72l 24 

aii^aidtn and wecurely invest«.>1. Will Insure all kladi 

and pergonal properl> a lates adapted lo the 

Navigation, and I'ranaportatloc Cargo 
atthis 



St. Paul, November 18tli, 1861. 

JOHN 
novao-dlmo 



A. PECKHAM, 
Secretary. 



I^AWS OF MINNESOTA 

Town Orgaaliallon Ijtw, 
County Organization Law, 
tieneral Ruad Law, 
Common School Law. 

ALL la oaa PAaPBLir. 
PRICE PIPIKKN CENTS. 
Mailed to any addressln the Sute.f 
Twelve Coplesfor SI 60. Por *ale by 
tMoNKS* I'ltl.'^TrWJCOMPA.VY. ST. fAUL- 



^ M. C O N S T A N 8 

Storage, forwarding 

AMD 

Commission 



MIGHT 
P. M , 
oepied. 



1 Arriving at Chicago at 5.16 P 

|M ; PiUloa at S.30 P M ; 

I Burlington, at 7.20 P M • 
Quincy, »^ p .M.St Loola, 

?a P M , Cairo, lu.46 A M ; 
Memphl*, SB hours ; New 
Orleans. 68 hour* ; Mew 
York, 62 hour* ; Boaton 6t 

. hour* 

1 ArriTUtg at Chicago. B.16 A 

I M } Pulton, at i06 A 

M ; Rock Island. 8 A M - 

EXPRESS. 8:30 I Burlington, 6.30 AM ; Ouln- 

Saturdays ex- 1 cy. a A M , at Lwulf, 12.S5 P 

U ; Cairo, iij.i6 P M : Mem- 

Shls, 38 hours ; New Orleans 
) hours; New Tork 61 
. honra ; Boaiou, 6S hour*. 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 



8AINT PAUL. 

'/oUectlons made on ali points In the KQ(th-West,aaA 
remitted for lesa current rate* of exchange and aetaal ei 
pense* incurred. i«5-dly 

TO BANKERS AND CAPITALISTS. 

The tJommissiuuers of Anoka County a.-^ de«lrou* ol 
borrowing ftem fivi- to tea itousaaa d<jllar*, to enable 
them u> fund the eounty Oebt, the loan to be secured by 
County Uunds, ruuiuug fur not leas li»n three yeara. In- 
terest payable s«uii.auuuaiiy. 

Partlea wlsfcing lo invest in those securities, will ad- 
•MaeltlMr ot lae undersigned, staung amanat, tima 
a«d terms, and every satisiaciury inloruiauon will be 
gives. 

JAS. 8TARKET. St. PatU. 
J.P.HLODUBTT. 
*agi8-d3i Ooontr AodUor. Anoka. 

p A R K £ R ~P A I N E 

BANKER AMD BROKER. 

Exchange bought and sold. 

OoUectKMik made throughout the State. latereeia). 
lowed ou time de;>oaits. 

Land Warraais bought and sold. Investm^'ntFn.adc 
and taxes paid for nou residents ■ 

omceatttdaund. Bank llow,3d*treet.8t. Paul. 

novltMlly 



IT 18 THE 



MEW PUBLICATIONS. 



LIFE OF TII.AJDE 



IF YOU HAVE MEW (iOOM TO 8BLL, 

L£l IHE PEOPLE KNOW IT. 



BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE. 
AND TUK 

British Reviewrs. 

GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO SUBSCRIBE. 

PE£MILM S AND RED UCTloy^a. 

L. SCOTT A CO., NEW TORK, eoMlaua u puliliah the 
fotowlng leading British Periodical*, vt* : 
1. 
THE LONDON (jUARTRRLV (CouservaUve.) 

THE EDINUURtiU RE\UEW (Whig.) 

THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Chui«h.) 

TMK WESTMINSTER RlcVlkW (Uberai.) 

6. 
BLACKWOOD'S EDlNBUROd MAtiAZl^'K (Tory.) 



LEGAL. 



WHOLESALE 



Merchant, 
UHOCER, 



AMD 



^ K W K E S T A U li A N T. 

MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 
By ALBERT KUBY, Agent. 

CITT UALPWAY HOUSE THIRD STREET. 

Kresh Oysters dally, served up at a moment's noUce. 

PER D0>:KN. 



THIRTY CENTS 



oelO-dSm 



ALBERT KL'BV. 



PROCLAMATION 



FROM 
JUSTICE & EOREPAUOH. 

The undersigned, by virtue of their unbounded sue. 
cesses. In suiUnx the wanth ol ine pn pie . I this city 
and state, in their selections ol goods, ssiun call ihJ 
attention of buyers to their splenuid suik of 

Spring and Stixniner Grootls. 

Our stock Is composed of every variety and pattern 
eL^^rnc^^t ^^^^^ «iOOJ)S at present In siylSiutSS 

Country dealers will dEd it to their advantage to aive 
us a call and examine oar Hgures. " 

'«^^-<^'y JUSTICE A KORaFAUGli. 



DEALER L\ SALT, NAILS, PLASTER 
PARIS, CEMENT. 

Aaaar roa 
StearuaA Marvin's Safes, WUder's Patent. 
J. M. Brunswick A Bro., Marble-Top BUUard Tables, 
Cln., Ohio 

O. H. MeCormlck's Reaping and Mowing Machines, 
IMU. 
Lill A Divers} 's Chicago Cream Ale I 
Mark Packages, 
°*>^ <^are Wm. Coustans, Si. i-aul. 



Paaaenger* leaving St Paul on the Morning Boat 

OBTAIN A GOOD NIGHT'S REST. 

And arrive at Donleltb, to connect with Evening Train 

for all polnta, Sonth and Eaat. 

Paaaenger* leaving by Afternoon Boat connect with the 

Morning Train* from Dunlelih. 

«^Sleeplng Oar* attached to all Night Trains. 
Baggage checked to all Important point*. 
for through Tlckeu and Information apply at the olUce 
of ibe Company, on Jaokaon street near Levee, 

8. B. FORBES, Agent, 8 U Paul. 
W. R. ARTHUR, Gen'l Sup't, Chicago. 
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'I Paaaenger Agent, Chicago. 



I.. B. 



ap;28 



4 C. OREIG. 
Freight Agenu, Rl. 



Paul. 



ISjiFai^aK):;^^^ I ii ■ i 

m 

For the East. 



OHAS. W. WOOLLIT. 



a. T. aooAOLBT 



rn tARLES W. WOOLLEY & CO., 



LOWER LEVEE, 8T PAUL. 

O R W A K l> 1 N 

AMD 



4i 



^ P. B R O W N, 



of rea 
hazard 
Also. Inland 
tliska taken. 
A. 'I kissen bonerably adjasted andpaid 







•OiVTiNENTAL INSURANCE CO., 
NEW YORK. 



aunaliall pal.. Inandaecurelylnveated) $600,01)0 

Aaseu, July 1st, UitiU 1>93,2Up 

uab.lli .;* $11,732 

GKOROE T HOPE, Prealdent. 

ll. I.. ..AMPOBT, Secretary. 

CvtiU' PB«;,i, Assislaul Secretary. 

ti V LJKITY FIRE INS. COMP'Y. 
NEW YORK. 



IMPORTER OF ALL KINDS'OF 

BKAD8 AND FANCY GOODS. 

Price» to suit the times. 

l)*:!-**!. NO. lea P KARL STREET NEW YORK 
au({17 M^.,a, 



R E E T, 
new briok 



LTAOLE BAKERY, AND CRACKER 

MU MANUFACTORY. 

wilxjIam: giks 

f it O i R i K T R, MAIN 8 T 
(la the rear of the American House, in 

building.) 

ThankfufurpaBtfavors, he respectfully Informs the 

pnhUc that he baa enlarged hi* eaiablishu, nt to such an 

extent that be is enabled to supply the Public with 

Bread and iJrackers, and Merchant, at wholesale 

I lower rates than any other Bakery in St. Paul. 

novl6-dly 



^R S T R A C T S OF T I T L 



E 



Commission Merchants, 

DEALERS IN OROCEKIES, 

GRAIN, PROVI8ION9, LIME, &0., &0., 

AND 

AGENTS KOR THE 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, 
Davidson Idne ot Steamers, Minnesota River 
Nerthern Transportation (>)mpany from the kast 
Rxeelsior " Youug America" (Jorn Cob Mill. 
Woodward's Smutier and Separator 
Kerosene Oil Company «f New York, 

*c., Ac., 4.C. 

Coniracl* tor transportatloo between St, Paul, Boston 
New England, Montreal, New York and all polnU Eaai, 
made npon the lowest and moat tavorabl* termo by N. 
T. <Jompany. 
Mark package* 

" WOOLLEY A CO. 
81. Paul." 

o » 'o' 

8t. Pasi, April 17, 1869. 



1861. 

MILWAUKEE 



AND PRAIRIE 
RAILWAY. 

FORMERLY MILWAUKEE AND M 



1861. 

DU CHIEN 



R.R. 



TBHODGH TO MILWAIJKBC AMD CHICAGO, WITHOOT CHANaB 
or OAK*. 

THE PASSENGER PACKETS 

MILWAUKEE, KEY CITY 

IT A8<'A 
NORTHKRN LIGHT, and ' WAR EAGLE, 

Will run this Season between 

ST. PAUL AND PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, 

Leaving dally at 8 a a . 

Making a dally line and reliable coiinectioti with the 

MilMraukee <Sc IPrnirie du Cbien 
H^ilroatL, 

FOR HILWAUKEK AND CHICAGO 



ATTOKNEYb. 



ipttal 

urplus, July 1st, 

.44DUtUe* 



1984. 



.$600,000 
,. 133,684 



$«,400 

JOSEPH WALKER, President, 
TUOS. W. BIHUSALL, Vice Prea'l. 
HATDOoa, Secretary. 



$633,664 



MARKET 



FIRE 
NEW 



INSURANCE CO. 

YORK. 

, $a)0,ooooo 

64,863 31 



-iwUal ,.. 

> trpluM, January Isi, lii61 

$264,963 31 

.abtltUea $8,697 S4 

ASHER TAYLOR, President. 
■ *» I P. FauMAN.SeoreUry, my30 

tared fourths of the net profits of the buslne**of.he8e 
.jmpacjea are divided annually to holder* of their poli- 
'■-■,1 crip bearing interest. 

JOHNS. PRINCE, Agent, 
«a4-dlT St. Paul. 



TO 



ifto 



REA L ESTATE 

ANY OTHER INFORMATION CONTAINED 



I». t;<x>i'Ba n. K. CaowaLL- 

rjOOFER & CROWELL, 

ATTORNEYS AND tJOUNSELLOKS, 
Irvine's Bleck, - - - - St. Paul. 

Pnimpt atientloa given lo busiuesu In State and Ked 
eral Courts, to Collections, and to professional busines 
generally. Ieb24-dly 

Job* B. SAflBOaa. Chaei.b* C. Ld«d~ 

^ANRORN & LUND, 

KJ ATTORNEYS and l^OUNSKLLoRS AT LAW 
Practice in all the Courts of this Mate, and the United 
States Dlgiricl Court. 

Odlce on Xhlrdst., jver aekubta A Edgerton's Bank 
'^l Paul. ,eb28 



IN THB 



RECORDS OF RAMSEY COUNIY, 



AT MODBBATB 



WILL BS FURNISHED 
PRICS3, 
OH appiJCATio5 :o the 
COUNTY AUDITOR, 

AT THE VAULT CONNKCTKD WITH THE OFFICE 
OF THE REGI.STER OP DEEDS. 
By order uf the Board ol County Commissioner*. 

JOHN NICOL.S, 
noT2-d?,m Chairman. 



H 



ORN & GALUSUA, 

AITORNKYS AND (.OLNSliLi.uBS AT LAW 
UUice, the -ame as occ upied by the laie William Uol 
lln.-hea<i, Esq., ovrr the Store of Culver A ParrinKton. 
Third Street, St. Paul. 

UKNKYJ.UORN. R.B.GALU8UA. 

febo-<lly 



M. 



SHERBURNE. 

ATTORNEY AND COLN8ELLO .-AT-LAW, 

C.in.illc Block, Third street. St. Paul, Miouesota. 
uoAflMlly 



M 



ORRIS LAMPREY, ATTORNEY 

ANDOOUNSKIiLOR ATLAW. Prompt aiumUon 
«ven to CoUectiDK Uibce, Heyward'e Block, Third 
Street, St. i'aui, >l;!ine*.la. lell-ly 



IIVERFOOL AND LONDON 

i?IUE ATSTU EIFE 
insui'anco Companv. 



'iFB 



CAPITAL AND RESBRVED FUND, OTBR 

$6,000,000. 

PAID PROMPTLY AT 

WITUOtI SIXTT DATS' BOTICB. 

INSURANCE SFFECfED ON 



4^0.iOA:.;d 



SIGHT, 



SFFECfED 
TERMS. 



LIBERAL 



alleles assignable by endorsement without permission 
ot the Company, 
'shareholders personally responsible for engagement 
of the Company. 

JAMES BROWN. E»q., 
KU ANCIS c:011KNaT, Esq., 
UKMRY UKINNKLL. Sao., 
ALFRED PELL, ksq., 
ALkKA.NDEK HAMILTON, Jr.. Esq., 
K. W. AKClilbALll, Kaq.. 
And o h«rs. Directors and nhareholders. New York. 



RKFEKBNCE8 IN NEW TORK. 

Duncan, Sherman A Co. 
Alex. T. Stewart A Co., 
Grlaueli, Mintum A Co., 
R. L. A A. Stewart, 
C: W. A J. T. Moore A Co., 
D. Appleion A Co. 

THOMPSON, BROTHERS, 
'•pj ' Agents for t^. Paul aid vicinity. 



M 



TNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 



ASSETS JANUARY 1, 1861 93l,2ieft,lYft 34. 

rlUE AND 

INLAND NAVIGATION 

IN8UIUNCE. 

Office. No. 6, Rosers* Block, 

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
tTl2-dly M. MOBLET. Agent. 



H(ENLX INSURACE COMPANY. 
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 

..ITS JANUARY 1, 1861 9800,000. 

FIRE lifSTJRANClSU 

Rogers' Block, St 






. Paul. 
M. MOBLET, AgenL 



L 



IFE INSURANCE 
NEW YORE 



4 jite Insvu>ance Company, 

NEW YORK CITY. 
't.:NT FREEMAN. MORRIS FRANKLIN, 

Actuary. Presideat. 

■ aisls «ne of Ike beat Life Insurance <k>mpanle« lathe 
' uiled States. 
f itde* may be obtained of 

D. W, 
vl4-41y 



piONEER AND DEMOCRAT 
STEAM 

Job P^rintine: Office, 

COR. OF THIRD AND CEDAR STREETS, 
8T. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

Having made extenalve additions of new font* of the 
latest sty ie* of Type, and having purchased a large 
Slock of Caros, at very low prices, we are enabled to 
print Business Card* at lower rates than any other 
office in tbe North-West.". 

We have also added entire new FooU of Type lor 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, CmCULARS, &c., 
And with the aid of our 

FOUR STEAM MACHINES, 

We are enabled to perform all descriptions of Book and 

Pamphlet Printing, w th neatne** and pespatch 

Hand Bills,Po!j'ers,Clrculars, Show Card*, 

BUI Heads, Ac., Ac.. 

In Every Variety of Style. 

BALL INVITATIONS AND PROGRAMMES, 
KleganUy executed oa Fancy Paper or Cards, in 
Gold, Colored or Plain. 



PIONEER PRINTING COMPANY. 



gT 



A T U T B S OF MINNESOTA 
F<ronx XS^O to 1869. 



N 



OTICE TO TAX PAYERS 



CeUBTT TkEA'tCBBB'S UFf ICB, i 

St. l*aul, December 1st, 1861. > 
The duplicate of Taxes for State County, City, School 
and all other purposes, for the year 1361, Is nuw in my 
hands for coUectloa,.and the lolloirlug per ceuiaxs has 
been levied ; 



For the support of tlie State Government ou each 



Mills. 



1> 



To pay interest on State indebtedness.. 

For County purposes j 

Por support of Common Schools jt/ 

To pay interest on Couaty Indebtedness " 2k 

Por support of the Poor ' i 

For RoaJ purposes in i own of Rose ,*..' 2 

For Townbhip purposes lo Town of Monads View 2^ 

'"■-■- 2 

3>a 



White Bear. 
Reserve.. 



Road *• " 

Town.hiu " ' 

Road " 

Special School and District ta x " '....'.'. 

lownship parpirses In Towu of New Canada! 

Speclnl School District tax •' " 

Road purposes In ■ own of " " 

Township purposes in Town of McLean.... 

Road " " •• [ 

CITY TAXES. 



THESE KOATS HAVE HKEN REFITTUD, 
And eirel all others on the Upper Mlsalsslppl for 

CONTBNI€NO«, 

SPEED, 

AND COMFORT. 
They will NOT receive or deliver Freight at the La 
Crosse Depot, thereby avoiding delay. 

Paaseugers by taking this line of Boats, it»Ye St. 
Pani in the morning, pass La t/'rosse 

BETWEEN 12 AND S AT NKiHT, 

AMD 
ARRIVE AT PRAIRIE DU CHIEN NEXT 
AFTERNOON, 
tiiviug the Pa**euger8 

A FULL NIGHT'S REST, 

and Breaalast ou the Boats. 
Passengers by this Route avoid the change I rom Boat 
to Cars, and Cars to Boat at 

MIDNIGHT. 

Passenger* tor Chicago by this Route 

AVOID THE OMNIBUS RIDE OF OVER A MILE 

AT MILWAUKEE, 
And are taken from Prairie du Chlen to (.'hlcago or 
Milwaukee. 
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS OR BAOGAGK, 
Arriving in Chicago at 6:20 A M, making direct cou- 
uectlun with the morning express tiaius 
for the Ea*i and South, 
Baggage will be checked through to all pclnl* Kast 
aud South, thus avoiding all trouble to paaseugum. 
No omnibus charges In Chicago. 
Superior Patent Sleeping Cars ou all night iralus. 
The Ume by this favorite roi'te Is always as quick, aud 
the fare will be always a* low as by any other route. 
Be sure to ask for Tickets via Prairie du Chlen. 
Passengers tor Mllwauaee make direct coanectlon* 
with the 

*«• DETROIT AND MILWAUKEE BOATS,.** 
For Detroit aud ail Eastern Points. 

Passengers frcm the East leave Milwaukee on arrival 
of Detroit and Milwaukee Boats, and Chicago, on arri- 
val ot morning Train* from the East, arriving at Prai. 
rie du Chienai7:30 P.M., getting Supper and a lull 
night's rest on the Boat, arriving "l St. Paul nex 
eveuing. 

LAke FrelgbU by New Tork and Erie, New 
Central, BulTalo, Cleveland aud Chioag.} 

WESTERN TRANSPORTATION ANU NORTHERN 
TRANSPORTATION 

LINES OF 



nHANCERY SALE — DISTRICT 

\J COURT OF THE UNITED STATES POR IBk 
i.lSTttlCTOK MINWKSUTA, isS. 

Edward V. Prouty vs. Clark .X. Wloana. Candaoe A 
Wiaons, Jonas U. W inter aud Uarriei N. M later 

PORECLOSURSi IN CHANCEtlY. 
Decree, October ferm, A. D. lo61— $1,104 06, Interest 
audeosia. 
Pursuant tu the decrelai order of the above Court, 
made in tills cause, at the October Term, A D 1661 the 
uuderaijfned Master in Cliant ery ol aaid e^ourt will'icii 
at pauUc auctwu, to tlie higkesioaah bidder, on lues- 
daj, the aefenih Itihj oay ol January a D 
l(jo2, at eleveu o'clock in the forenoon, ai ih« iroui 
entrance lo ine place ot holding the said court id 
Br iwu's Block, on lUlrd street, in the City of bt. r'aui 
111 said District ol Miuuesiiia. the loilowing descriOea 
premises, situate In llie county of Rice, blate ol Mui- 
uesota, lo wit : 

ine norih west quarter 01 secnon Ha. twelve li;iL m 
township No oue uunored and nine litW), oortn m rauge 
No twenty -one 121 J, weal, containing i.ui LuudroU and 
•ixty acrrs, more or leas, 
bt. faui, .-.ov. 17, lati. 

J AMIES W. TAVLOR, 
, , ... Jlasier in I hauoery. 

( OI.B 4- Cabb, Plainiiir* Solicitor*. novl»-diawbw 

SJALE UNDER FORECLOSURE— 

KJ i^lATE UK MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAM- 

t>aY, uiBiRiCT Court secund Ji;DiciAL Dia 
1kh:t- 

Charles WeU*, Pl'u, against George Irvine and Oliver 
Deau, uePUi. 

in puniance of a judgement and deeme or the Du 
iritt Court Ol itiB Sccund Juoioial DuLrici ol Lhe tuaie 
ol iiiuiiM'Aa, u ade lu the abjve euuilcd acLiou. aau 
bearing dale on the tiilrteeuih ol July, A. D., istil i 
Aurxiu Vi . 1 uUu, aheriil ot tue said ei.uui> of Ramsiy ' 
appoiulrU by saiU Cjuri loexeuuta nucli judgeuitnt will 
■ellal public aucuou, tj ine higbeBl oia. er, lor oaah ai 
Ibe front dO'jr oi the Court U..ums, lu the oiiy oi »i. riui 
111 said oount>, on itursday, Oie uuitb aay ui Jajiuary 
A. ii.. laoi!, a. t«u o'eiock in the toreuovii ot that day' 
aie loll.jwiug describea premises Ijiug aud beiu/i lu the' 
couuty ot Kaniaey, aud state or Miuueeoia, kujwu aud 
Oesi^aaied as lollows, to wit: 

Loia numt>erea fourteen, (14) and tiReen, (15J In bloc* 
number seventy, CtV) in ii»yiou A Irvine's aadUKin lo 
.Sitiui fail I. 

aaint Paul, November 19ih, 1861. 

AAtioN W. TULLIS, 
SherilT of Ramsey Co. 
by Ross WiLKLMsua, Deputy. 

SABBoan 1 LcitD. Ally's for Plainua. noVAislow 



ADVERTISE. 

».ll^*il^^" old tool* which yon wish to get rid of lo 

-iDVERTISE. 



If yon have reasorel to a new atore 
■"~ wkere to And ycn^ 



let your old friend 



/CHANCERY SALE. — DISTRICT 

\J COURT OF THE UNITKD STATES FOR THE 
DlSTRItrr OF MINNESOTA— 88. 

Louis Slmonln vs. Andrew R, Kieter, Augusta E. 
Kiefer and Herman U . Maciileit. 

IN i;HANCERY. 

Fureclosure Sale— Decree, October Term, A.D., 1861— 

11876 44, Interest and costs. 

Pursiiant to the decretal order ol the above entitled 
court, made in this cause at Ibe i>ctoberl erm, a.i> lyfil 
the undersigned, Maater In Chancery, will sell at pub- 
lic aucUen, to the highest cabb bidder, on Tuesday the 
iwenty-fourih (',;4lh; day ol December next ensiung 
[1861], at eleven o'clock In the forenoon af that day at 
the ironi entrance to the place ol holding said Culled 
Status Uistrict Court, lu BrowL's Block, on IMrr street 
in the city of St. Paul. In said DUtrict ot Minnesota' 
loilowing described premises, situate in the couniy 



ADVERTISE. 

If ron are M the old stand, and new stores have mada 
iU nront look dingy. ^ « wlli make up tb?I<i. Ifyon 

ADVERTISB 

If you ar^ reiaUer, and want small eash porohaser* 

ADVERTISE. 

If Tooare a wholasido merchant, and wish to eztMd 
your bnsliiesa, the wa;r to bring cuitomeni^rom whSn 
you Bsay select the good aiwl T^ect thebTdite^d^ 
Qis Urgest importers la New York do- ■« «> aoM 

ADVERTISE. 

If yoa hare lost atoosiy dtrlsf the crtai*— 

ADVERTISE. 

mikn^e'^ffSoS- """'^ "^'^ *^*'* "*'• ^""^ ^^ 

ia)VERTISE, 

If yon have propertj to sell— 

ADVERTISE. 

Do not e leve that there la nobody to buy. Tranaac 
lions are made every d*y by those «ho— •™uw»c 

ADVERTISE. 



the present critical state of European aflairs will 
render .nese publicaUons unusualiy In .eresung during 
the tortncoming viar. They wui occupy a uiidoie 
itround beta e^u the hastily wriUen news iieu.*, vrude 
speculations, and ilyiug rumors ol the dally JouraaJ, 
and itic pjnaerous Toaie ol the luiure bikioruui, written 
alter tar iivaii; ii.ierc.1 ana cxci;cmt.u> ui the ^teai po- 
.Itical eveuik oi the time shal. bave paued aaay. n is 
lo these PeriodlcaU that readers mni.t iook loi the univ 
realiy inteU.^ible aud rcii»bi«- Ui»iori oi currcm evenla. 
andaa such, ui tiieir v. e,! enuiui.KUcu liieraiy, .cicnuhc 
and Uicologicai cuaracier, i*e UT»e Uieai upon Uie con- 
.ideration oi the reading public. 

'i he receipt of AD VaNCA bUKKiSlrum the Lnusli 
pulMtahersgiveaaddituMiai value lo these Repnuik lu- 
aiiuiu h ae tiuiy c«n now be placed lu me liandf ul kub 
soriDers ahout aa soou as tae urigmal edit lotia. 



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For ilacka(xKl'a Ma^aziue 

Kor lilacswood and oue Iveview 

Par B:ackwoo<l and two Reviews 

For Blackwood and three Reviews,.. 
For Blackwood and the tour iieviewa, 

Moiiei/curitiU iH.lke i^luU lektre t«tit<-(i, icili ft* recni-ed ur 
jxir. 

POSTAUK. 

The Puslage ut any pan ol thcUuued States hiU be 
butTWaN A' FOUR CKNl.-> a >car lor "Blakwood •' 
and but l-'OURTEaN CKNTs a jear for eacb cl I'e 
RevivMB 

At the abuve pnses the Magazine will be tiimished lot 

AND AS A 

PREMIUM TO NEW aUiiSCRIRhRS, 

the Nob. 01 tue ►auiePeri dlca slortodu *iii Dell.i ii.^ 
ed complete itH/ioat aJdithitiui chn^yi. 

tuiiBe the more epncuieral Ma(|«.aues oi the day 
these reriodlcals luse lilUe by a^e. tieuce a lull 
year ol ib« No». Uj- Ibou may t>e regardea nearir as 
Vhluab e an lor latii «;«ii; «• 

ftut>scriOer» Aianiugalsn the Na« lor '81, 
piled at Uie loi.owuig txtrenir-Iy luw rates.' 



will be sup 



SPLENDID OFFERiJ FOR Itm, til. a '62 TO- 
UEIHER. 

.the thiee ^ears 



*6 UU 

i M 
B UU 

1.; UU 

11 u.^ 
la UU 

17 W 
be turciaeed to 



will Bare 



the risk 



If you have building materials to sell tou « 
J^STa^ad'A^'SSl'.'rffor^ "'"-^-' " 

ADVERTISE. 



If you have houses to let there are many new comers 
In the city who canno traverse the whole pla^w 
whom yoQ ean reach " - P»»oe. out 



If ou— 



the 



01 Dakota, lu said District ol Minnesota, to wit 

Tbe southwest quarter of the boutheast quarter and 
the 81 utheast quarter of tbe southeast quarter o'fseo- 
li<in twenty -one [211, in township oue hundred and bf- 
teen I116J, nortn of range twenty [2uj west, containing 
eighty [sul acres of laud. '^ 

Also, the loilowing described land In said countv lo 
wit: '' 

Commencing seven [7 J chaiua an.i thirty |3uj links 
nonheas erl) irom the Boutli west corueroi the Kulier- 
lou purchase ; thence runuli g north blty-live IW] de- 
crees aud twenty iMl miuutcs eist, lo ine Mlssiiisippi 
river , thence oue 11] chain and uluety [yuj links to Wm 
Puller'b west line ; tbeuue along said line leu lloj 
chains ; thence lo point of beginniug, containing two 
|2Ja<-resot laud more or less. 

Also, in said County : 

1 he webt halt ol the northwest quarter, and the north 
west quarter ot the »oiiih*est quarter, and tbe north- 
west quarter of the uorUieast quarter, and ibe east halt 
ol ttie uofthwest quarier, aud uwrtheast quarter of the 
southwest quarter, all of section numbered twenty one 
[21], in towuship oue hundred and lilieen [lift], north of 
range number twenty lA)i west. 

JA.Vll!.S W. TAYLOR, 

Master in Chancery 

Dated St. Paul, Nov 5, 186L —t-erj. 

M. E. AHBs, Plaintiil 's Solicitor. nov6-dlaw6w 



York 



PKOPELLEBS, 

the docks of this 



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3 
2 
3 
6 

( 



POBLISHBD BY 8TATB AUTHORITY 



APPMOTMD Br THE JUDGES Of TBM SUPRMMM 
OOUBT 



Be«ognJ>ed by the Courts a* Legal Bridence o 
Bute Laws. 



1080 PAOC8 or LABOI OCTAVO. 



FBIOK IPIVE DOIaLARS. 



s 



OTICE 



At a meetrng of the Directors of the Dakota Land 
Oooapany, heldTat ihelroffl!'*, St. Paul. December 7th, 
ISSl, an assessment of Tw J Dollars per share was lev. 
led on the capital stock of said Ck>mpany to be paid on 
or before the l8th day of January nexu 

T. B. CAMPBELL, 

drcl0.d6w Secreury. 



GROCERIES OF 
wholesale prlees, at 



ALL KINDS, AT 

UPHAM A HOLMES. 



IKOBRSOLL, 

A|«Bt,St. PSQl. 



H 

aage 



A M S.— AMES* SUGAR CURED 

oonsttfltly on hand and for sale by 

P. r. MOQU ILLAN 



JFor support of City Government, and lo pay Interest 
on Clt/ Indebtedness, i^ mills on each dolUr's valua- 
tion 

For special Ux Second' Ward. Interest on Robert 
Street Sewer Bonds, IX mills on eacb d,*llar'8 valua- 
UOj. 

For special Ut Third Ward, interest on Franklin 
Street sewer Bonds, 1-6 of a mill on eaoh dollar's valu- 
utiou. 

A dlscouutof tenpercen', will be made on Coun:y 
and Cliy taxes. If paid before the islof January nei' 
Five per cenL penalty will be added to aa unpaid taxes 
after thai datn. 

1 wil. attend at tbe place of holding elections In eacb 
Townshp, lor the purpose of recelviug taiCf, as fol- 
lows : 

- ;?'Sk!?" Townkhlp at the Poor Farm on Tuesday,Jan. 

I LDj lobs*. 

New Canada Township, at St. John's City, on Thurs- 
day Jan. ath. id6^. " 

White Bear T ., wash ip a-, the School House, near A 
Pepin 8, on Saturday, Jan. llth. 1662. 

Rose Towuship at the School House, Lake Como on 
Monday, Jan 1.5th, 1^62. ' 

Mouu^ View lown=hU. at the house ol Henry I'or. 
ter, on Wedueeda\ , Jan. Itih, 1^62. 

Reserve Township at ihe house of William Nevlns. on 
Thurdsay, Jan. 16th, 1*52. 

I .will Miiend thereafter at my office In the city of St 
Paul, to receive taxes from persons wishing to pay ihe 
same. 



deelO.dlm 



ROBERT A. SMITH , 

Couniy Treasurer. 



Jj^INNESOTA 

Supreme Court Reports 



PUBUSUBO BY AUTHORITY OF LAW 



VOLUME 2, 



OOBTAIiriBa TMB CASBS DBOIDBS AT TBS TUBS 
OOUBt IB ISM. 



or 



4S|« PAOKS. PRICE t3»0. 

roa SALB ST. 

PIONEER PRINTING COM PAN*, 
Saint Panl. 
WUl be forwarded by MaU. post-paid, npon thereeeiit 
of th* priee. 



ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE 

p. Peckham, having made an assignment of bis nrou- 
erty for the benedi of hU creditors, notice U hereby 
given to all persons having demands against iiim to 
present their claims. And all persons In any way'ln- 
debted to him, are hereby notlfled and required lo make 
Immediate payment to the undersigned. 

IMiedSlialiopee, Minn. Nov.isih. ia61 

„,^ L, COWPEHTUWAITE, 

aoTl6u3m" .^itgnee of p, Peekha-a 



Are landed ai Milwaukee only upon 
Company, 
Saving Canajre aud risk of breakage. 

Freight* via Detroit and Milwaukee Railroads, 
ARE TRANSFERRED FREE OF CHARGE. 

Freight Via Chicago does noi change Cars, audi* 
shipped from Prairie Du Clueu on the day ol Its arrival. 

Freight for points on the St. Orolx River is sent 
through without transhipment. 

Passengers holding throutrh Tickets are subject to no 
transfer charges at Milwaukee or Chicago. 

Be sure to ask for Tickets via Prairie,du Chien. 

For through Tickets apply to 

C L CHASE, under the Wlnalow House, 8t Anthony. 

J H THOMPSON, under the Nicollet Mouse, Mlnue- 
apolis. 

D BRONSON, Jr., A CO.,smi water ; 

And 01 all the Agenu between St Paul and Prairie du 
Chieu, and of 

CHA8. THOMPSON, Ticket \gent. 
Corner Jackson street and Leve«. 
BORUP A CHAMPLIN, Freight Agenu. St Paul. 
J. L.AWL.KR, 

Geu. Agi. Pra. du Chlen 
E. P. BACON, General Ticket Agent. 
WILLIAM L. DANA, 

Gen. Freight Agent, MUwankee 
WILLIAM JERVI8, 

Snperintendeni, Milwaukee. 
a. J. BIOAJI, Western Agent. 
MoTB.— The allenUoa of the public Is par.icalarly 
called to the fact that eastern shippers by this route 
will have the privileges of adjustment ot overcharges 
damages, Ac., at St. Paul, by Measrs. Borup a Champ 
lln, who are espeelaUy anthorUed to liquidate and settle 
all sueh cUlms. ^pjti 

^RAVELERS AND SHIPPERS 

OOINQ TO THB 

EASTERN STATES OR CANADA 
May Oad It to tbetr advanuge to call for TickeU b v wav 
01 the Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad, and D 8 M. 
feieamshlp Line 

To Detroit, Suspension Bridge, New Tork Boston 

PbUadelphU, Buffalo, Niagara Pali's '"*'°°' 

Rochester, Syracuse, Rume, Utlca 

Albany, Troy, Saratoga, PorUand, ' 

Cleveland, PiatUburg, Baltimore, waahingtoa. Toronio. 

HamUlon, Montreal, yuebecf ^'''^^ 

AMD OTHBB PLACES BAST. 

Lessen your railroad travel by Uklng the shortest and 
m St pleasant route. 

Rscap>4 trodi HfcAT AND DUST so annoylne U) rail- 
road passengers at ;h is season of the year. 

Avoid the UNCERTAINTY AND DELAY of c ban*- 



/ IHANCERY SALE. — DISTRICT 

\j courl o.' the unitkd statts for tue 
District of miknksota-.ss. 

Shepherd Cox vs. Charles Co' ter and Mary Ann Col 
ter, bis wile, Richard D. Wood, Joslab Bacon Lewis 
W. Uayward, Benjamin V. Marsh, Hart A. 'Leaviit. 
Edward V. i<)was»ud, partners as Wood, Bacon A Co 
Francis Uoeklns, Colson lleiskell, James T. Helakeii 
and fhomas S. Youug, partners aa Hosklns, HeiskeU A 

Decree October Term, A. D. 1861- »l,5t44 15, Interest 

and costs. 

FORECLOSURE AND SALE OF MORTGAGED 

PREMISES. 
Pursuaut to the decretal order of said Court, made 
lu the above cause at the October Term ol said Court, 
A. D. 1861, the undersigned, Jiaster In Chancery ol 
said Court, will sell at public auction to ihe highest 
uasb bidder, on Thursday, the uineieeuth [IVlbl aay of 
December, A. D, , 1861, at eleven o'cioca m the fore- 
noon, at ilie front entrance lo the place of holdlna 
tile said Court, in Browns Block, Third street, in the 
cuy ol St. Paul, and District of Mlnnesou, the fol.owtna 
described premises, situate In said County of Ramsey 
Slate of Miuuebota, to wit : 

iliti north hall tXj ol lot number three 13J- In block 
three 13Jin Hoyl's addition to ine towu, now city oi hi. 
Paul, in sal.' county oi Ramney, accerding to the re- 
corded plat ihereoi ai the Registry of i eeds in and lor 
tiald county. 
St. Paul, November 4, 1561. 

JAMES W. TAYLOR, 
.. , „ „ Master in Chancery. 

M. Lampbbt Plalntifl 's SoUcitor. nov^^6w 



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Poranv two Reviews, 

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Fur Black wood aud two Reviews, 

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For BlaskwiHKl «ju inree Keviews,* 

Eor the lour lieview* •• 

For Blackwood aud four KevieA s " 

Au> one of ^h^'. above works will also 
New Subbcnbt r» lor too years 16*0—7, 6. aud -J 
AT ONB HALF TUB REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION 
PRICKS. 

Thus a New Subscribrr may obtain Uie Reprlulsot 
the tour Review* and Black «ood 

aEVEN CONBfcCLTiVE VKAR.^ FOR $37 1 
Which Is but hiUe more than Ue price of u« oriKiual 
woiks ter oue year. s".-. 

As We shall never again be likely to offer *a(,h lu- 
dui'eineuia lui those here preaemted, 

^0 W IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. 

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JUIS PUBUCAIION IS JUST 
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ADVERTISE. 



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teel to adverllae. the *x>ner yon abandon tra2^ th- 



FAMILY, NO OFFICE 6H0ULJB 
WITHOUT ITI 
the only CORKECr AND COMPLETE 
HISTORY OF THE WAK. 



„*»*"> coarse ol publicaiioo, by JAMiis D. TuR 
Rhi, New iora » uy, aad open lor subsoHplioua 
great popular uaiuu.i Work, of ine.lunaOlV v^j"* * 
ail, be»itiiulo printed lu large 8vo, vu 



tbe 



to 



Southern 



-ttebellion 

AND THB 
WAK FOK lUK UNION. 

A History of the Rise and Progress of the Rebellion 
ami couaecutive narrative of even;a aud iucidems Irm! 
the llrst stages ol liie tre-i«.n a((am„i ibe Kep .iblic'doru 
to the doe of lae oonllwi. wgeiiier wiUi impuriam u^ 
uments, eqiracu Irom remarkable speeches A? 

in oroer to accomaiodaie a 1 classes oi readers tLe«« 
mCUious are issued : rowiers, iLPee 

1. in Weekly parts of 3.' paicos. at m !•.»«. 

2. In Semi rfonlhlj pans, oi G^ piii^'w " J^ tvfS 
S. in Monthly parts «l l:a' pages. «*";."; ;::2^ -J^u 

The want 01 an auUMUitic ana inorough Uisiory oi ui^ 
Rebellion for present rtlerei.ce and luiuJS J^^rva 
u.«, i» the subject ..I general remark. No tr^k Si 
thai uauire has yet been oUered lo ihe public a^da^ 
*bowiaulorinioraiau..u are COmpeUea to grip* Lbn-' 
reports, <iwpalcbe«, leUers 



ihemazes of the rumors. 



better 



1HANCERY SALE. — DISTRICT 



C\ 



UCRT OF TUE UNITED STATES FOR TDK 
DISTRICT OF MINNKSOTA— SS. 

Alexander T. Watson trustee of Helen Kerr Walson 
vs. tbe ■■ Masonic Building Association. " ' 

FOKECLUSURt; IN CHANCERY 
Decree, October Term, A. 1)., ibbl, lor *l,24u 26, Interest 
aud costs. 

Pnrsiiant to the decreul order of the above court, 
made lu ibis cause at the 'jctober Term, A. D., Ih6l ihc 
iiudersigued. Master in Chancery, olsaid court, wal'.ell 
at puDlic auction to he highest cash bidder ou Tuesday 
the 3Ulday ol December. A. D. 1861, at eleven o'clock 
m ihe loremwuof thatday, atihe Irout entrance to tiie 
place of homing said Court, in Brown's Block on Third 
street, in the city ot St. Paul, In said District of MUne 
sou. the following describea premises, i,iiuaie in the 
County of Ramsey, State of .Miunesou ; or so much 
ihereol as may be uecessary lo batisfy tald decree in- 
terest and costs, 10 wit : 

Lhs numbered iwo {i)and one, (Ij in block number 
iwentytwo, (Si) In Saint Paul proper, as recorded m 
the oiUce 01 Ue Register of Deeds of said Ramsev 
coaniy. — -nij 

St. Paul, November 14, 1861. 

JAMES W. TAYLOR, 
. „ Master In Chancery. 

HoBB A GALnsHA, Att'ys for P.alnUll. novKMiw 



ADVERTISE. 



^I>VIi:ilTISE 



and euitorials ol the dam ueWspTpenT^oVirKirTTATi 
Irom lU ooi.iused coiomus, the great imc^iu,^7:,Zl . 
01 the struggle for the Luiou. "" *""* '"C'J«="l« 

To mee this want, aud 10 produce a work of ueiina 
nent value a. well as oi pre^^nt mteresi; Ue pubu^r 
has arranged for the Issue of the history ^ abwvL J^i 

ce'pti:!^ l:,'aT *""^ "^ " *-""• """=^ ^-' -"^- '" - 

V""., *!."'"''' '*" ^'■•' weekly number of which w«- 
pubiiabed ou August ast, ha, re eivei\he unai^li^ 
encomium, o^ Ue press and ol le^,ug cil^^ S? 

^K**{ *".,'* "t^ " '^;^"» aauhlacuou , U shouiTbe lu 
Ue hands oi every Union mat- ■"wmu oe lu 

10 be bad 01 all newsvenders. j>o.tmaaU:rs and L.m k 
sellers every wbera. .~~«MM:rs ana ooos 

^:.'i:intizT '^'^ '-"-'= '" '--i.^rp-i,^':: 

In ordering copies Ue lull and exact address mil. 
town.^counij. ana suie should be given i^^^^^L'* 

tompeient Agenu wanted In all Towns and ConutM* 
FltAD'li GKHIlAKU, 

81 Nil 
OCt4-d4 



,_ uoneral AKeu : 

u street. (Post OUiee Box 4oui.> New loi k 



KEFEREE'S SALE.— STATE OF 
MINNESOTA, DISTalcr COORT, SECOND 
Ui.'TRlcr, RAM.sKY Ct UNl V, .Si. ' '"="^"''" 

Thomas Daly acausi Paul Wiehie and Mary Ann 
Wlehlehuwile. ' •*°° 

Deoreu lor sale ot morigaged iremlaes made by Ue 
above court in tbe above euuiled cause Fabruarv 9 18(>l 
Damages and cosu, $528 06. ' 

lursuant losaid decree. Ue undersigned, appoUted 
ihereiu a special reieree for Ue purpose, will sell at 
puSUc auction, to the highest cash b.dder, on Tueadav 
the tweaty-nrst tiay ol Jaiiuar^ neii tnnuing Ila6.ilal 
elevc n o clock In Ue loreuoou 01 hat day %i ine iront 
do.>r Of Ue Court Houte In .-m. Paul Ceuniy ol Kamaev 
aforesaid, the lojlowing properly situau in salt. Kam 
sey i;ouuiy, to wit : Lot Uity one [Sij m Xhomas Dalv's 
subdivision of blcck two 1.21 in SUnson, Brown A Ram- 
sey's addition to Si. Paul, according to Ue plat Uereol 
on record u Ue ofllce of Kegisie. of D. eds of said 
Couniy. Also, lot lour L4J ol section Uree [31 In town- 
»h,p uirty iM], norU of lauge iwenty-two i2il west, 
couUUing t>6 4U-ltM acres. 

St. Paal , Dec. it), 1861. 

UEO. W. PRE8C0TT. Referee. 

LoRBBto Allis, rlaintia^s Attorney. declu 



DAILY, 



U( THE 

TRI.\^EEKLY, 
AND 



WEEKLY 



Ins ears at junctions. 
The attentioD 



of SHIPPERS Is called to Uls favora- 
ble route, a- Uey can always depend on Ue LOWKSt 
RATBS and yUl«;EE8T TIME. "»oi.jni«si 

Ttokeu via Prairie du Chien or La Crosse to b^) had at 
prUetpal Ticket Oflioes. « o^3 oaa ai 

> o,"'- " WHITMAN, 
Gsneral Weeum Agent, Milwaukee. 
W.K.MUIK, 
augS Qeoer»l SuperlnieitdeDl Detroit. 



( 1 HANCERY SALE. _ DISTRICT 

\J Court 01 the I. uiled .>)Ukes lor Ue Disirict of Mln 
neaota, ss. 

Isrsel G . La»h vs Anna Vichers. 
IN CHANCERY. 

Decree June Term, A. u. I861. Foreclosure and 
sale ol mortgaged premises. $6, io2 80 and costs. 

Pursuant to ue order ol Ue above court dlrectUg s 
re-sale of Ue moftgased premises dcscrtbod In tne 
above decree, the uuder.igned, s;/eclal Master In -aid 
cause, will sell a< pablio aucilon, to Ue blgtinsi cash 
bidder, on Ihursday, Ue twellU day oi Dexember In- 
sunt, at eleven o'clock In Ue lurenoon, at he ir^nt en- 
trance loUe place of boloiuf me said t;ouri, m Brown's 
Block, city ot St. Paul and liisir.ci of Mlntesou, Ue 
loilowing described premjtes aud Ueir appurtsnan'ces 
situate u Ue County ol itamsey andSute ut Minnesota! 
to wit ; ^ 

Lot seven 1q block seven in Rice A Irvine's addition 
to St. .'aul, according to Ue plot Uereat «n record In 
Ue ofhce of Ue Register f D. ' 
Ramsey : aod also 

In block sixteen in ue original town of St. Paol. ac- 
cording to the p 01 Uereol ou record, sale premises be- 
ing bounded as fol.ows ; Commencing at a point in Ue 
north ea»lerly line of Jackson street, dlsianl aouU 
easterly one hundred f<«tfrom Ue imeraecU'jn of the 
said hoe wlU Ue Sou h essierly line ot KUU street and 
running thence along sala line of Jackson stre«i south, 
easterly hity leei , uence ai nghi angles Donhe'asieriy 
one hundred and nineteen leel ; thence at right anelea 
norUwesterly hity feet; Uence alright angles one hun 
dred and Uneleen feet to p lace of beginning 

sDouid Ue sale not be oompieied and ue purchase 
mouey paid ever wlUin tweniy lour hours atur makug 
Ue same, Ue property wiU be resold without lurther 
noUce to Us highest bidder. 'ur'-er 

bt. Paul, Dec. 9, 1861. 

GEO. W. PRBSOOTT, 

Alub A.PaoKaA 



Register f D.:eds lor said county of 
> tbe south ui.'d of lots aui and seven 



„, Speeial Master u Chancery. 
H, Plabitlll-'s boiiciiora. aecio 



GREEN APPLES.-FRESH 
recelredvemi weekly by 

P. r 



LOTS 

Nc<jyiLLAN. 



EDITIONS 

PIONEER AND DEMO CK AT 



WHICH HA8 A 

Larger <Jirculation 
THAN ALL 

THE CITY JOURNALS 
U N I T E Dl 

AND WHICH ARE 

READ IN ALL PARTS OF THE 
STATE, 



BT 



All Glasses] of the PeoBle I 



THBOUOe THM AKD WITH THB TROUBLE OF 
WBITIJIO ONLY 



Ue 



conoiu- 
hls journal 
deioci aud 



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ADVBRTI8EHRKT 



iiKD 



WITH ONE PAYMENT, 



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MAY BE REACHED I 



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TWO OOOD FRBSH MILCH C0W8. 

"•^" Inquire at TUI8 OFFICB 



J^HE NEW YORK TRIBUNE 

NEW VOLUME. 

On Ue seventh of .>i*ptember, 1861, lUE NaW YORh 
V, aEiki.Y TRIBUNE commenced Ue twenty-flrsi ) eai 
ol Its existence ; THE DAILY TRIKCNK belag i-nie 
montiis oidcr aud uie bKMi-Wh.ARui IRiBLaV 
somewhat yoanger. ■-» .i-» itiitn.nr. 

>or more than twenty years, this journal has Ubt.r,.4 
luHhauu conductors have lelt ufi,„^c^^^7^ 
»>. iiisuce and ireedom, eudeavorlUK lo amelKiraie 
condition ol Ue oppressed aud uul.rlunaie ^ 
honor and CLCourage uaetul exeruon in whai^^^ 
sphere, and. to promote by all means, Ue moriU u el 
l^^'^^J^ material advancemeai „i our coumrv li 
has aimed t-' t,e right raUer Uan popular and^o « 
pouse ana commend ..>-day ibe truu that others maV 
not be wiUing to accept lui to-morrow ^ 

In pursuing this co^orie, muuaes have doubUeaa been 
made, and lauiucommiued: but, having m au Uina^ 
melted our readers 10 Uink and jud^o lor uTmse vet 
raueruan adopt blindly our own or oUer. 
al«u>, we believe we may lairly claim lor Ut 
Ue credit of having quaiiiied its readers 
eipose even its own errom. 

io develope Ue minds o; the young by tbe most ge„ 
eral, Uoroogli and pracucai education, aLd to euo5.u. 
age ana ■iimulate prooucUve Udusiri, Urouahiil-B 
t,rani* ol public lands 10 actual aeiUer. ana culSvaiiA 
as alsi. Urough Ue protection o. Immature or peculmr' 
y exposed kranchft, irom loj poweriul lore.gn cim^e 
titiou. are among Ue aims u, nhich Uisjourila.hirad 
hereJUtoughgoud and evil report, aud *hich ltiu,»d 
( tasUy commend- to Aiuerioaa pfcU-iotiam and psiisT 
uropy. f— ..•!. 

As 10 the civil war now devasuiing our conntrr we 
holo It U. have originatea in a rebeuion more winluu 
wicked, mexcuaabie Uau was ever before ino"_» 
rebeilMM. u Ue intere.t of the tew against Ue^y* 
a rebeUiou uesuntd t^ raise niguer ue wall* 01 ctiia 
and tighten Ue cnauis 01 oppre*,uon. o« casie 

tiav ing done aii » e cou.u wiuiout a surrender of vital 
pnnoiple to avoid this aar, and wune«*^ iHe lorbear 
ance, mee.uea., and long kuUerini. wi.n wnich the Ped 
^rai ijovernment ougni 10 av,-riiu horrors, we hoid it 
our cie«r du,> .» i.n ;iuu 01 every •Uer ousen, lo siand 
by Ue nauon ana i>, lairly ^Uoi«u rulers, a.d 10 tecuuA 
wiU a.1 our vuersie. Ue.r tilor.* iw uphold ibe CukuZ 
Ue ^nauiuuon and Ue supremacy 01 Ue laV, ^Sl 
inough me rebellion n«s o.come, Urouga usurpatw, 
oecepu.n, tefr,.rum, »ua spoliation iea.-riiilj,tf[L' we 
beucve ue Am.r.c»n i.e^ uniic i», sironger, ^ 'v*^ 
Ue umuiimou.. e*rne.i eUoru of loyai lieii. aTu h.,:^ 
»ill insure lis uterurow. ».-. — «iu ia-uus 

BuioiiaiKi.ies-iou.afleciU Ue objecu tar mL^u^ 
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lu a c.iM. .lae .ue preseui, our cl.umusmuai be 
la «eiy eugK^eC *.a, uie curieut n.>^y ." u,T\>\u 
lacme'nu"'""- """ « '"> «=»"c data^ ot^mor^^t^"^ 
lu^'uft^' "'^ bowever, remit Uat aitentloL to Lltara 
l^". Jaa"ra;*''A^'^'' '" ^•'"''"l^ural Progre,-, 10 
cro.,8, Aiarkeji. at., *c , wliicu ba. aireadv. we u uat 
woii lor Ue . i„i„L .> t., an bonorablc poaiuoL among lu 
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THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. SAINT PAUL WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18 1861. 



Council Prooe«dinc«. 

TiBSDAY, Dec. 17, 1861. 
PreMiUl— Aid. Berkvy, ^dy, Fitz, Gross, 
Gr»flt, O'CoDDor, Thompaon. Wiley, aud Mr. 
President 

Go motioo, the reading of the fuioaUre ol 
the preceding meeting wm dispeased with. 

COMMUNICATIOSie AND PKTlTIONd. 

Of Cp Shaoley for permisaioa to quarry 
rock. Keferred to the committee on atrcets 
with power to su:t. 

O* Cooley, Tower & Co. uDd Jos. Ull- 
tuau for trtiiirifer of Liquor Licenses. He 
lerred to Comiuittee on Licensc-s. 

Ol John Mattocks, Secretary of the 
Board ot Education in relatiuo to vacaocit-u 
in the Board of Education. Laid over. 

Of P P Farber and others, Iruatees ot 
OakiajiJ Cemetery in reference to the open- 
ing of Rice street. Referred to Committee 
oQ VVaye and Means. 

Of J A. Baker, $1 ; Nichols & Dean, 
811 ; Williams & Brother. 85 90; Thom- 
as Grace, 825; W. McLean, 866; P. 
Paine, <J66 ; W. 0. Morrison, 865 ; J. J. 
Wiiliama, 816 ; A. W 'i'uilis, 833 87. 
Referred to Committee on Cluims. 

Of George Mitacb. 88 60 ; L. Sempier, 
813 90 ; lieferred to Committee ou Vol- 
unteers' Families. 

Of Gas Company, 8267 65 Referred 
to Committee on Gas 

Of S \ Mann. 69 70 Referred to 
Comptroller. 

ACOITRD CLAIMS. 

The Comptroller retorned duly audited 
the foiiowing accouuts : 

K C M»ltby, 89,90 ; E & Beck, 83.70 ; 
rit; Paul Telegraph Cuiupany, 86 05 ; 
L P Cotter, S2.50 ; L Semper, 823,76 ; 
J P Wrinhi, 816 ; U A Kemp. 83 ; P 
Berk^'y. 88 ; Jamvs Gooding, 841,67 ; Geo 
Morton, 840 ; H Galviti, I) Ahtrn, John 
PaUer»H)o M Broderitk, John Brisfcciu, 
837.50 CHch; M MilUr. 836,25; Jamt-8 
Kkuo, 830 ; N. Gibbe, 84167; P .VI ur- 
i.uue. 841 r.Q ; L P Colter. 825 ; W Vai. 
Hamm,850 ; J R Potu,833 33 , J Heck. 
820.83 ; C A F. .Morris, 87 5 ; .^ M Fliui, 
841,67 ; John IIa*^Ji, 837.50 ; P Pe^iey, 
8176,50. 

00 moiiuo, Um eltiira^ were pas«'i1 l>y the 
luliowiug vote : 

VfcAH — Aideruieu Berkey, M.ly, F»us, 
Virant, Grofls, O'Countr, rbnmpH.iii. uud 
Mr. Prf-ulent— 8 vottw. 

KKPORTH 

The lol lowing communicalion wad re- 
v»tved trom Chiet Fire Warden, au<> was 
uriiiUd njui relernd to Cominiltee on F.re 
lK!|»rlmeijt with power to make pro*ca- 
tMM an dehir. J 

St. I'iiL, Nov. 18tL, lt(6l. 

f* '*• MoitorabU tht Frtftdrnt arui Common CouHCii oftht 
C'Mf u/' t>t- Paul . 

GiNTA : Herewith plbase tiud reports of Fire 
Warden* tor term en liiijir ibis day. In the 3rd 
Ward the parties lafrmgibij ou Fire uruiaaiicett 
awv* all. on beiiif? uolltieJ. expressed a deaire to 
•oMply with iht* nrdiDunc*;, uud have done eo 
WiUi the exc«t..iioo of J. Karrel. 8t. Peter 
aircel, corui-r of 14tlj street. I have a» yet re- 
eaifeu i.o return from the lot 'Auul. 

1 would suggest :o y.)ur Honorable boJj 
(Aat the G.-y Aitoruey be diieoted to probi-- 
outa all pereioaa selling gunpowder witbiu the 
city, and not complying with the provision* ol 
H«ctiuD t Ordnance nnmber niite. 

Yuurs lU'cpei'ttu.lj . 

JOHN J. W LLIAMS. 

Ctiiel P;re Warden. 

JUr. John U. WiOiinrui, lki»r Fii* tl ardrt, u/ th» Citii 
"f St Paul ' 

I would beg leave to Bubiuit the toUowing 
reu'irl ior your inupeciiou ; 

I have vihited beverui ^Jmldingn and places 
where vhaviDg* bad been deposited and oth« r 
coiubuHiibl'* luateriai witLi)ut charge, as it 
wa« near llse last ol the term when I iect;ived 
my appointiiieni. 

Very ReMpectluily Yours, 

JaMes. l. fab well. 

Fire VVrttUen tor ith Ward. 

f^(A« I'hief nf fut Wardent, (i y „j >t Paul . 

I>BAK :MK :— Below 1 liiruiah you with 
a list of pcrtiou8 occupying piemlaes in this 
Waid (Second) who are reported for a viola- 
tion of r«»>etiou 5 of Ordinance No 2i. in using 
•toves wah pipe not conducted into a chim- 
ney. Yiturs KeBpectlally, 

J. BKAUMONT. 

Fire Warden, 2d Ward, 
, . fity o! .St. Paul. 

S» Paul. .Nov. IS. 1661. 

Lawrence Had, Jiicksou St., between lower 
and Third Sl8. 

J. Tboneworth. Third St. between Jackson 
and Hobert SIm 

T Howard. Third St. between Cedar and 
Wabushaw Sb«. 

J. S. Fu'iiie. Hubert Street, between Fitth 
and Sixth Streeu. 

Duhan, Fifth ht»eet between Robert 

abd Minnesota streets. 

F F. brown. Miuuettota street, between 
Fitth and Sij^th stree.s. 

Daniel Henin. ^ijtth ntreet. between Robert 
and Minnesota streets. 

M.nen, Sixth btreet. belwtcn Kubert 

and Miiinenota xtree's. 

Mrs. Doyle. Jackson Mlreet, between Hixlh 
and Seventh streets. 

W. Mentyes, Robert street, between Filth 
tiud biAth otreeld 

B, McCarthy, Cedar street, between Fourth 
and Kifth streets. 

J. Lark in, Fdth street, between Minnebota 
and L'<)iar streets 

J. D<jnivan, Seventh street, between Cedar 
and Wabasbaw slreeta. 

Miss .'^beeper. Robert street, between Sixth 
and Seventh Htreet**. 

Maizaire Yeiler, Hobert street, between Sev- 
enth ttud l!^ii{hth streets. 

Willittm Met'lary. Minnesuta street, between 
Fifth and Sixth Streets. 

I be bill of R. F. Houaeworth waii di» 
reeled to be returnod for correction. 

Tlk- Coinniittee on Claim.- returned aw 
eOrrtct the foilowmg riairos: John Ijfo 
#6.82; J.F. Beaum.nt.89; A. W TuUie! 
$21 86 and 831 86; J. h. AdL.m*. 89; E. 
U. Biggd, 81 5U; C. li. Mix, 831 60; all 
o( which were rtterred to the Comptroller. 
I'he Commit tee on License reported in 
favor of grunliug transler of I quor license 
to Oooiey, Tower A Co. ond Jos. Ullruau, 
on payment ol leu .ioHariJeach and Clerk's 
fet«. 

Tb« report waa adopted. 

Mr W. L .Ames waa granted permiwion 
to make a staiem-'Dt rel.iiive to hie deiio- 
quei.i tuxes due ou 7 atree mill property in 
the first Ward 

It waa laid over. 

Ihe Comuiidee on .Streets reported pay 
roll ft»r tJctoi.er ao correct, and it waa re 
•erred to Comptroller. 

Tiie Committee on Voiunieerfl reported 
m iavor ol paying six dollars to (Jacpar 
Oerblieu i>x boarding volanteera. I'he re- 
port wad adopted. 

Tfifc Coiumiitee oo Tuxea reported iu 
Iavor ot granting the prayer ol J G Ri- 
heldadlr, so tar ab to exempt the real en 
tate d.sorrjed from laiution. I he report 
was adopted 

The Commttee on Wayd and Mcaua re 
p«.rle.i IU |,ivor ol granting tho application 
of G. \V. Nicola k Co. Report ad(»pted. 

The Cuuiiniltee on Street- reported ud 
verse lo the petition ol Patrick Ryan asti- 
ing lor remission ol price ot rwk. Oa mo 
lion the report wuaadoptetj. 

Ibe itsignutiou of Aid. Grant. Dailey 
and GroHj, the committte on volunteerb' 
families, wad tendered, but after some dis- 
cuaaiou was withc^rawn.and, on motion, the 
eommtttee was instrucle*! to make a lull 
report at the next meeting ol" the reliel 
grauttd and to whom. 

The City Enuiwer Hubmilted the lol- 
lowing whicb was accepted and ordered 
printed : 

dr. Paul, Ddceuiber, I6in 1861 

G«*TLKMKN :-l beg to inform you that the 
aovering ot theseurer under Wnbaabaw St. 



at its crossing with 6th St., brolflB dowa in the 
latter part of November. The atriagara hav. 
iug rotted since put down in 1S60, they bomg 
much exposed to rot from dampness, 1 order 
ed a stone cidrent to be substituted iu its 
place at an expense not to exceed $50. 1 
called on the Right Reverend Biahop Grace in 
relation to it^ who oflered to pay half the coat, 
amounting to $25, provided it waa bailt of 
stone, which has accordingly been done under 
contract with Mr- Tho's. Grace, and is now in 
perfectly sale condition for travel, at a oust to 
the City of $25. 

I have the honor to be. Gentlemen, your 
very obedient Servant, 

CHA-e A. K MOltlUB, City Eaf meer. 
BMOItJTIOKS. 

By Aid. Berkey : 

Resolved. That Bonda he issued to Branch 
<k Nash for the sum of one thouaand five hun- 
dred dollars and tifty-iwo cents; twelve hun- 
hundred dollars of .said bonds to be issaed in 
sums of one hundred dollars each. All of the 
aoove mentioned bonds to be dated on the 
third day of December IStil, and lo run the 
same length of tims, and draw the same rate of 
interest as mentioned in the contract with said 
Branch & Nash for the grading of the flrst two 
seoiions of the St. Paul and Owatonua road 
Adopted. 

Y«As-Ald. Berkey. Eddy, Fitz, Qrant,Qroi.B, 
Thompson, Steele, Wiley, and Mr. Presidaot, 

By Aid. Eddy : 

Uesolved, That twenty-flve dollars be ap- 
propriated from any funds in the Treasory to 
pay P. H. & Ijidder Co., their first quarterly 
Instalment now due. Adopted. 

YKAS^AId. Berkey, Eddy, Fjti,Qranl, Gross. 
Ihompsoa, Steele, Wiley, and Mr. President. 

By Aid. Berkey : 

Resolved, That the Bonds of $100 esch be 
crawn iu Iavor of G. W. Xioohi &, Co.. having 
One year to ruu, bearing interest at 7 per 
pent, per annum, interest paid a«mi-anaually 
at the Treasurer's offlc« ; also an order be 
drawn in favor of G. W. Nicols A Co., for 
$234,03, bein« w full lor Bond No. t;65. for 
$400 with $-24,1)3 interest, and now past due- 
Said order shall be receivable for city tax for 
the year 18C1. Adopted. 

YxAS-Ald. Berkey. Eddy, » FiU, Granw 
Gross. O'Conner. Steele, Inompsou, Wiley 
and Mr. President,— 10. 

By Aid. Thompson : 

Resolved, that all applications ou petitions 
relating especially to the applicaiiou of matur- 
ed Bonds and Coupons in payment of taxes be 
referred to the Committee of Ways and M^ans 
With power to act upon each case. Ah»o to 
settle with the Gas Company for past due 
uiaims Adopted. 

., ^'''*'*";;f''*- I^erkev. Eddy. FiU, Grant, 
Gross, Thompson. Steele, Wiley, and Mr 
President. ~y. 

By Aid. Grunt : 

Kesolved. That an order be drawn on the 
City Treasurer for twenty-flve dollars in favor 
ot Minnehaha Engine Company, as a part of 
the appropriation allowed by the Council to 
said Company for th<- fiscal year. Adopted. 

Ykas— Aldermen Berkey, Eddy, Fitz, Grant 
Gross, Thompson, cjteele. Wiley. Mr. Fresi'. 
dent — 9. 

By Aid. .Murray ; 

Resolved. That Aldermen Berkey, Steele. 
Murray. Eddy, and S. M. Flint and Henry J. 
doru, Esq. be requested to prepare and report 
at the next reguhir meeting of the Council, a 
draft of amendmeutt lo the Charter, to be pre- 
sented to the Legislature. Adopted. 

Ykas— Aldermen Berkey. Lddy.Fiu, Grant, 
Gross, .Steele. Thompson, Wiley, Mr. Presi- 
dent- -y 

By Aid. Fitz: 

Resolved, Thai the City Clerk be and he is 
hereby authorized to issue to Patrick Ryan a 
bond or bonds of the City, for the sum of one 
thousand twenty live and 74-itO dollars 
(11025 li.) in lull for the final estimate of the 
Engineer for work done under contract tor the 
construction of ihe Broadway sewer, said 
bond or bouds lo ruu one year from date, 3rd 
of December, 1861, bearmg 7 per cent, interest 
and payable at the City Treasurer's office. 
Adopieu. 

Y^KAS- Aldermen Berkey. Eddy, Fin, Grant, 
Gross, Thompson, btoele. Wiley, Mr. Presi- 
dent — y. 

By Aid. Fitz: 

Resolved. Thai the Street Commissioners be 
directed to discharge all employees upon 
streets, from and after this date, and do no 
lurther work upon streets unless specially di- 
rected by the Committee on Streets. Adopted 

YKiri— Aldermen Berkey, Eddy, Fiti, Grant, 
i.ross, Thompson, Steele, Wiley, Mr. Presi- 
dent -a. 

By Aid. Thompson : 

Hesolved. ThaiW L. .Ames' application for 
reauclion of taxes to conform to the action ol 
the Board of County Commisaioners upon the 
real esUte be granted upon his paying taxes 
upon the mill situated upon said property. 
Valuation of real estate, $1,000 ; Improve- 
ments. $4,000. Adopted. 

YiAS— Aldermen Berkey. Eddy, FiU, Grant, 
Gross, Steele, Thompson, Wiley, Mr. Presi- 
ident -a. 

KLKCriUN OK liCHOOL INSPKCTOaS. 

On motion, the Council proceeded to 
elect .School locpectors. The following la 
the vote : 

For J. Nicols, Aldermen Berkey, Grant, 
Thompson, Steele, M. President,— 6. For H. 
L. Moss, Aldermen Eddy, Fila, Gross, Wiley, 

U. L. Moss received 4 votes; ,John 
N icols 5 votes, and was declared elected. 

For J. D. Pope, Aldermen Berkey, Grant, 
Thompson, Wiley, Mr, President,— 6. Far 
A. D. Davidson, Aldermen Eddy, Fitz, Groas, 
Steele,- .4. 

The Rev. J. D. Pope receiving the high- 
est nnmber ol votes, was declared elected. 

Whereupon, Mr. John Nicols was de^ 
ilared duly elected, to fill the vacancy in 
the Board ot Education for the 4th Ward, 
and Rev. John D. Pope, for the Ist Ward 

On motion, adjourned. 

WM. P. MURRAY, 
President of the Council. 

L. P. CoTTBB, City Clerk. 



JJ A M L I N E U M V E R S I T Y 
HAd 'Wing, Minn.. 

HKV. JaBKZ BaOOKS, A.M., HRKSIORNT. 

Ni^il Term begiua l;<lh Oroembar, IMl. 

T U n I o II . 

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raiitlox or n rawing 

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V A C I I I T I ■ « . 

A Kood U^i.-iuT} -Cabtaiai— Apparaiiia (proeurtug)- 
Llierar. Socimle»~A wHt iurn»»l>c<l Ksadin.: BnixB— 

Scent I ho l>Kctnr<9H. 

l.eu«r*iil lu>(Ulry »Uar«t'ii«a lo Uiv frrtatUMil a uotul 
ly tBn«frwd. Secll'-dtf 

U E N R Y .\l K. E N T Y, 

DKAL-KR IN 

li K A I^ K S T A T K 

Sr. PAUL MIN.VK80TA. 

0^ Will alM> loeaM LAND WARKA.ST8 and saU 
KKaL KKTATE O.V i^oMMlSaiON. 
l>< w«iatirr 1, Idg i. 4«MlIilAwl> 

£ W. EDDY. 
Q-eiieral GJ-rooer. 

And dealer In Uie vtir> b««i 

Family Provisionh, 

FORT STREET, 

Just rAo«lr«d aa euUrttij n«w atoek aoai- 

prl»li g Id pan, 
8.ewart'>, Sugars, Belcher". Hyriip», 

rre»h lof». Prwmlam RuKer. 

1> irkee ■ pure Spic«i, in Un foil; 
Siv cans frtsah pHMCben »d oonalcuuieul' 
K. W. K<ldy a Go's Hoap. * ' 

Pure wloee and Liquors, t.ir mrdieinal nae 
And nil other an olra u.ua ly kept to a flrat 
elaaa utorr . dot i S dawSm 



VOITCE TO LUMBERMEN. 

THE BB3*4T PINK LANDS 
ON 

Rum 6r St. Croix Rivers. 

AND TUBIB TRIBUTAUIE8. 

AuiouuMog luaeveral ihouaaiid acrea, loeat«d six jeara 
»K», tor tale at LOW HaTIM, or the itumpaKe upoo 
ibem dlKi>oeed i>I on reaaooable tarou, for lumber- 
Apply lo LTXAN U. OAYTON. 
oov27 dAwlmo lotemstloaal < otel, gt. Paul, Xtu. 

VINEGAR MANUFACTORY.— BY 
, W- WKIS. W«»h.Dgt»i itreet Lyper UtfM. 81. 
Paul ib-tnicfui tor paM farora, I reapeetfally tDfarm 
ihr putiiic. ibm I bare eniarK«d ray Vioegar Work> la 
m) ne*eton- bul.diDg.'o auch an extent,i£at I am able 
to Hupp ly ibe people of XlnoeNia with the orl braied 
pure, premium VlQejjar, xiagle liud double areDctlt 
for Hi. t ouia price* i hla Vinegar la eioellenl for pr«' 
•ertiug pieklAs. Tl>la Vtaegsr haa been tealedandaB- 
1e«r " 



OOMMEROIAL 



4*evl«-wr or thA St. Paul Markets 



'*r«f>arNl#ipr«i«(« /oi UuFiommam. a«o OaaouaAt.owJ 
Ci>r*'t*t*<i by o»r own Jt*t>ort^r 

tir. Pacl, Dec. 17, 1861 

There haa heen hot little domg in the 
Wheat Market for the last tew days, on ac 
couat of the weather. Ihe receipU are light 
with a slight advance over laat quotatioa. 

WHEAT. Choice 62c. No. 2,50c. 

RYE. 20a25c li buaheU 

OATS. 20ai»c do 

BARLEY. i&aSO do 

CORN. 30a35 do 

TIMOTHY, tl oOal 75.^ bnahel. 

fLoUR. tiupciline |3 M, extra $4 60. 

COliJi M£AL. ^ hag $1. 

bli^ANiS. White $ huthel 70a80o. 

BUTTER. Firkm «< lb 7aluc, country, In 
rolla, 10al2o. 

MiiltiS PORK. -^ hbl, $i2al^. 

ME86 iiEEF. ^ bbl, tiOall. 

bACUN. hugar cured, luiallo, cauvaseed, 
loall. plain Sa^c, Hhouldera, o^atio. 

DRIED REEF. riai3c *i B». 

I- AK I', ^ Ih, 7auc. 

.^UGAR, N O, ^ lb, 9alOo, Havana lUalO^, 
rehued, A Ji B, llall|, Cnba, rehned, Hall), 
Loat, cruiihed and powdered, I2^atit4. 

COFFEE. Prime Rio per lb. I6al7 l-'i. La- 
guayra Ihc, Java 32a2oc* 

RICE, ^ !b i^alOc. 

ttALT, Prime article, $2 60 $ hbl. 

EUU3, U duz ioaliiOc. 

FRUiltT Green Appleti ^ hbl $3 6Ua3 76 
dried, )^ lb 7 1 2a» l*2c ; Peaches. ^&i'i 1.2c ; 
Crauherriee, ^ bugh. 76aiOuC ; Uawiua |3 oOa 
Hi ^ box, half boxeM, 12 ; Pruuen, d l-12a 
10 1-2; Curautii, L2al5c ; Aluioudti, llal8c. 

b'itm. No. i Mackerel, ^ bbl $20; No. 2 
iI4 ; No. 3, $U. Dry Cod, y bbl $<) 60a7 60. 
scaled Herring, ^ box, 76c. 

CANDLJ£S. Mould lailow, lOalU 1.2o J^Jt>; 
titar, it) l-2al7 1*2-, Adamantine. 20c ; Sperm, 
iOaoOc. 

CUi<;E6E. W. R. ^ lb t^alu ; £. D, llai2o. 

LKjUoRS Rectihed Common, ^ gal, l»d2u, 
Monougahula, 60a7^c ; Old BuurOuu, oO»7oc. 
Older, y bbl 7 60a>» i Tieroert, 17. 

MklAl'H. Beef, on foot, 2c. Pork, 'H^'Hc. 
Mution ^ head, $2 60a4 00. Venison ^ lb 6at>c. 
PouUry, 6abc. 

P01'ATOl!.b. Ne8hanuuck!« and pinkeyes, 
^ buahel. 20a'26c. Mixed lou, 16 .20c. 

ONIONS. fK bunh, 36a40c. 

U1L8. Carbon, %^ gal., 66atiUc. Wbale,86a 
Oo. Neatalool, ^1 .jU. Lard, t>oai^6c. LiuHeed, 
t)6o. Turpenliue, $1 6u. 

VVHlTE LEAD, ^ cwt., «6 60a7 60. 

MOLAbahl8. Planution ^ gai.. 40a45o. Su- 
gar Uuiue, 4tla60c. Uoldeu byrnp, ti6a70c. 

Lt^AU AND SHOT. Pig %«tb 7c. Bar 7^0. 
.Shot }^ bag, 11 Hi>. 

LIME, frmie Point Byron, II 60. Alton, 
$1 26. 

80aP:3. Common ^ lb ^4'^<^« Family, o^c. 
Palm. 64a6o. CadUle, iiaitic. 

GLAft9. American Window, HxlO, |2 UOa 
2,2a. IUX12, 12 26a2 60. 10x14, $2 60a2 76. 
iOxlb lo 12x10, 42 76a3 (M. 12x11^ to 12xW, 
H OOaa OU. Per ton, about $fi UOaiO OU. 

IRON Flat Bar, Peuiuylvania, all gizeti un> 
der 4^ai inch %j lb 6ci Juniata do 7c. 

&T&.ELE Euglidh Cast, ^ lb 25c; Engliah 
(spring lOc; American do 10c; English Blister 
2uc; Amerioau do I2^c. 

LUMBER Common inch y m $8al2^; clear 
|2oai6; siding $10a2o; Flooring $16a2o; Lath 
11,60; bhiugles 12 26a300; 

COaL. I'iiuburgh ^ buahei ti0a76c; 11- 
imoia 4Uc. 

CORDAGE. MauiUa tl ^ 10al2c; Jute 9alOc; 

CRACKERS. Butler ^ bbl $6 60a6; Water 
<4 60; Ooda and Boston $tia7; Pilot Bread f3 ."^0 

HIDE-* Dry $iia9; Green $3a4. 



.s7'. PAUL FUR MARKET. 

Dkckmbkh 17. 18(31. 
There is at present, quite a scarcity of hrst 
claas turs, consequently a fair price is ofiered. 
The following quoiatious may be strictly relied 
apou as the cash price : 



Mink 


..# 76... 


$1 a KUek Bear. 


.. 6 10. 


■ 7 M 


Ooon 


M.... 


M Black i;ub.. 


.. 2 60. 


■ S 60 


riaher.... 


... SOU.... 


3 50 Ked Fox... 


1 to. 


. I I'ft 


Otter 


.. S 00.... 


KMOruaa " ... 


. 2 00. 


• « IXI 


While WoU, 60.... 


1 iWaUvti - ... 


. XUUO. 


■ M UU 


PralrM ' 


30.... 


dj Beaver ^r ak 


n 76. 


. 1 -Ji 


MarUn.... 


.. 20U.... 


S 60 Lvux 

10 Wi.d (at.... 


I 00. 


. 1 26 


>k.iuk.... 


6.... 


30. 


. 60 


Badger . . 


1S-... 


» 


Sp'ng. Wip.'-. 


o-tr aklni 


pilb IU.... 


16 Muakrai 


. »J 10. 


.$« 07 


ST 


. PAUL MEAT MARKET, 




Beef, on 


foot 




.2c. 




Pork,... 




$2.60^2. 


76. 


Mutton, 


per head. 




.$2.60(g;4 00 


Venison, 


per lb.. 




.6<^tic. 




Poultry 


do .. 




.6<S9c. 





nOHBTAAY CiVOTATIONB. 

BY BIDWELL & WALDBY. 
BANKaaa a naAi^aas in kxohanuk, lamd wah. 

BANTS. AC 

St. Paul, Deo 17, 1861.^ 

BANKABLB rUNOe«. 

New England, Bank State of Indiana, 

New York, Detroit, 

New Jersey, Iowa, 

Philadelphia, People's. 

Ohio. U.S.Tr'yDemand notes 

4irUncurrent funds bonght at Eastern ratest 

KXCHANOa. 

Drafts on New York selling, via : 

For Eastern Funds j per cent. prem. 

*' Ohio, Bk State of la 1 

" Iowa, Detroit 1 

" People's 1^ " 

" Canada 2 " 

" U. 8. Oold Coin.... i » 

A I LI O I LI 

A<iKNOT OF TUK gCKKN CITY OIL OOXPANt. 
▲T 

XJr)hain & Holmes, 

LOWBB LBVBK, 8T. PAUL. 

100 BBLS. PETROLIUM OIL 

FOB BALB UV THK BARBKl. AND «iALLUN. 

PRICE PBR aALLOM. M • KNTS. 

Tfala OU baa taken the premium >*er all otbera at tbe 
Ne« York and Mlobigan State Palra, an ' la warranted 
ooo-ezploalve, and to give etitiie aalla>acUon. 

nov27 ly 



I 



NTELLIGKNLE OF EI C;,K 



■T 



K. J ENOBELSDORFF, 

IHlROHTKKkl 8 PAOI. 

Oppuai: 'U' It! a Porepaugb's ^tore, 
Where mala «ik1 ouii1< balp ol alt klnda may dx -ttj- 
talned ordera L<r<>tn,jily attended <)ood aarTaoir wii) 
''■d reapectahl" •• natw oa iiy nalllac at ibt«nttte« 
apU-dlv 

nn A HIES H. MIX, 

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 

THIRD SI 8T. PAUL, MINN 

touca'^ok TO w. a. oosas. 
Having puroaaMU ih« anUreaioek ul Mr. W- 8. (lumbis 
la the Book and atatiooery bualn«Ma. aoltclu a ahare i4 
(he publle uaTonHtrr 



alyci^d, and la rroouimaod 
Uoal •Tbemlat . t ihU oily. 



by Dr. D. B. 



Beid, prae- 
BOT>7-dlr 



1 repeeUiiliy 'f > ler totbeeltlMna o( rit Paul and the 
Hiaie of Mlnui*4-iia mT thank* for the palronage extend 
•d lu me, and > -luieaii for my aaoeeaeor a eontlnuanoe 
of tAe aame 

atdwcil ad21 WILLIAM M (;<).MBh. 

pIONBKB FOUNDRY 

AND 

A^^^ricultixval W orkn- 

HAIMT PAOL. MUine u(*. 
Tbe ■mbeeribera haTlng eaeed the 

PION^KKR F'OUNDK^ 

AND 

HAOHIMB WOBW, IN TUI8 CITY, 

and pot It !■ goo4 working oti^, are prepared to 

PirRHtBH vJAaTlNUH AND MAOHINB WORK AT 

ASTONISHLyOLY J.OIV RATES. 

Beinx praetioal Maehtnlata. and doing a gowd prooor^ 
Uoo of the wi>rk ouraelvea. we defy oomueilUou wli> 
oar price*. 

HkTlng Uie largeet ind best aaaortmeat of patternaor 
any Mtabltahment weal of Chicago, we aan lurnWi 
almoetany required bUl of work wlthoa^ eitra eharrr 
forpatlania. * 

We offer tbe rullowing Hat of prleeafar 1861. 

as per ewl 

••• 3 per cwt 

• S per ewt 

' 9 per owl 

3 per ewi 

n^*Jf.?*'.'T' 4 eta per a 

BsbbltMaial MeteperB) 

Braaa OMUngt 26 to 90 eta per K> 

Lathe work or flnlahUtg ,$3per da/.and alloUierwork 
at eorreap<n<ltng price*. 

We are alao manaJkcturlng and dealing In all kinds ol 
Agrteulfaral implements, auch a* 1. 2, 3, «, 8, Sand lo 
hone power* and threshing machlaea. reaper*. Ikn- 
mill*, eorn •belier* *traw c altera, plowa, grain drilla, 
Mrneoltural fnniMe*. etc., all of which we can *ell ai 

aO to 40 per oent, Lower 

IhMaBroneelaeeanaabrdlheu. Having pauerua for 

■Ml klnda of ihreahlng maahluea la uae In the country. 

We eaa do repalrUig at rery low rate*. 

Manulaotory comer of PiAh and Plks au. ; Ware; 

^^■iTliTfil!'!"*' '""»*'■»' Robert at., Balm Pan 
fefc 1 i ItanWS^jaw U I . . H A W * HKA.*»R 

FlSH-50 PA0KAGK8 ^F FRESH 
Mackerel, Hfrrlnc and Codflah 



Mill eaating* 

Balldlng colnmna.. 

Hs«h WatghU 

Sleigh Rhc«* 

Urate Ban 

Parmer*' KetUe*. 



•••*■■■ 



BURBANK'S C0LUMJ5f. 



PRESH OrSTERS, 

BKCklVKD DAILY BY &XPBRSS. 
TBI UHDIBSiaWKD, BOLB ACWBTS FOB 

CELEBRATED BALTIMORE PBARL 

OVSTERS. 

Are now prepared to supply all ordsra, either by the 
Caae or single (;att. DellTcred lo (amlUe* In the city 
free of expense. 

Order* irom ihe country promptly aiiended to, and 
fllljKl by Kxpre** at red. e rale*. 

These 0>*ter*are WABKANfEO rRKSH,andih* 
qualltv superior to any brand brought to ihla city. 
■ "O^^' r. C. BCBBANK *C0. 



1861. 



WINTER 



1862. 



A HR ANaKMKNT 



MllV>fB:80'rA SXAGHC Co.. 

• AKHYlnu TUS 

.N orth we«t'n Kxpressi^ 

ANO 

THK UNITED BTATEH MAIL. 



P'orrie or*: 

i. u dtianAah a «;o.. mo. v MicBaiAM. 

1__ 

rse Koaj.iare well stocked with 'itmi t'lass H .r»efc, 
0..ao..rd t>jaebiM, with careful and exptrieneeO Di-iV- 
era . all undor tne eonirol of competent Ageuin 

StJHKDULK 

OF DEPARTURES FROM tiAINT PAUL. 

Kar H»«..,ug,. Krtj Wiug, Ke».V. Wabaabaw.Wmons 
aul !-» . r.wBe (cnnnecUng with the La Croo^o and 
n> »o.uke.- Railroad/ dally , at 6 o'ciuck *, M. 

rerrti. Anthony and Minneapolis— Twice daily at 
u'.i ock A. M., and 2 P. M -j."« 

Kor Mauom.u. An.>ka. M.iaUcbUo, auU Kt. l!loud- 
Moudays, Wednesdays acd Friday* at 4 o'clock A. M. 

"or .^»ak rt»pii«.«eile Tfau-ie. Fort Hipley and Crow 
Wmg-Mo .aay«, and Fridays at 4 .>'cl.X!k A M 

Kor aiUlwater-Oally al h o'clock A.JS. 

."•or M*rlu , laylor'sKalUand Fails ot hi. froix- 
Moiiday* and ThuradByn at « o'clock A.M 

Kor Super .ur—Kvpry Monday , at 4 o'clock A U. 

For Sunrise, wiin c ....i-viooa lo HayUHd— Rvery 
Monday and Tbursda. al 4. ••clock \M. 

F«»r tttcnmond, Sauk ^eutrr Aiex«.ndria, P.>mme ob 

!'£'?'■'""""'■"*''•' auJ * -^ Abcromble— M.-udavH 
and Fridays at t o'clock *. v ' 

For Ueorneto^u, Pembii.a. hort liarry, aud the 
h.«o rtltfori♦.uleBafln^_^i¥e»y Fridav ai4.j'do<-.k a. M 

fur loriAe/ pariicu.ara -Ji^uirc kiibe Uenerai uoice 
u ^e'V/tt**;- "••? '*»♦• •Ataerloai;,' ..r ai-.he OIBch of 
h. « rtv w*-^i^r> KTrir»'„ht;oji.paiiy. 
M Paul. ff.». 22 I3> i ooyj,-, 

|^^REIGHT8 FROM LA OROri^E. 

The 'inderslgnfd are preps, e' lo 

COKlttACT FRllfiU HIS 
Uj and from La «!ros><e at 

Special and Low Kutei^. 

Alaobeiweeu St. fa il and New V .rk. Ly 
" MKBCHATN8' DBSPaTCH" OR KXPBKS!?, 

Do v a6 dlMO .1. C. HL'rtKANK AC U. 

^OTIUE TO PASSENGERS 
S T A O K 

FOR 

ST. ANTUONY & MIN.N EAFOLl.^ 

LBAVa 8T. PALL Ala O'CLOUK A. .VI 
AND 2 ■• I-, y 

LKAVK 8T. ANrUONY AT 7A1 A.M 
AND 2:341 I'. .M. 

FARE, FIFTY CENl'b EACH WAY. 

^^^^ J. C. BL'tCBANK 4t;u, 



JU. 6c H. 0. liU^BANK * 
• CO. 

.t\4{ents for Huasoti's Hay Uc,. 
WHOLESALE liROCLRS, 

Storaure. Foi'wardin^ 

AND 
(JOJVLMISSIOX M:iCl«JH.>!k.XX«S. 

Wholeeal*- rteAlersIn Krucenco. Hour, j.'irk, uraii. an*< 
rovigiui... :imt>, oeucr.l. pU!(>ring hair, uhI'i*. *a'i 
t>rlnt ami wrjtjjyicg pap<r. t)rlnf»'rB' ststi mt^ry.Lie. 
Freights contracted both ea«tw.irU aiui w»>ai*ar« 
';ssh advances marfw .!« con^iKnineDM, m >iil tia»- 
1.' any amount. 

Frfighth cDuiriMitKd and Shipnieut« utaJt- -.^ ^i ■ 
• larry. and tbe Bt-d Hl*«r coniitry. 

Perwjiifc cousiKT.mg go<}di- to our cat^, uai ic» «ud ■ 
OD lheirinleregtabi'ingprnieolp'1 In regard to .iv^ r eh» 
(OS Uoodi. tor, „-"•=•»« the lowest gving tv.v* irr-- 
■o eoureof any par* ..lai line »r boat Storage «p» 
'.ommtaaliiu »• ^.w anHi-y reBp«>ctHh!>- hait»r 
OlOi:- •..• .o.- i.«<Tett, fool ■ tllhify hirefi 

J.C. Ah. C. riUKhANIi a I i> 
J. O. BURBA.M K, vir.nvril Agoui lor the ii*i«.ji- 
!>uulelth. Dubuuue » Vinuesula PH:-.kei (^^ini/Mir 



I) R I 



I 



V 



fi 



AT 



RKUUCEU PRICE 8, 

OiHBUUitlv '^ ''«bU and for HMie ailbe IOw«Kii/ric« 

FKlKTkRb' INa.v 
urdera illie.it. K.i. r'>u4 .it b^it^r r^i.^s Ihaii oa 
•'•tained alaewhert 
AHH AMU Ink diu«h,si f.tica I'aii" r 

BAOK AT UI'R WAKBHOliMK. 
J. I' k H V. ^UKBaNk i < 

UTAPLE (iRoUlSRIES —WE HAVi 

O lo aiorr- -.1..1 . arrive tho LABGK8T SToCK o 
^taple t«r.joerie!. eT-r brouKhl to thta market unO 
J»:alnrBlroa> ibe u'Uiitry are requested to chII aud e* 
-.mlti# our ^t.-irk ^irnl rice Mat before ifoinK bel:.»f 
i. *: A B.«;. BCKRANR A CO.. 
0'>rD»'.f )..*vt-f and Sibley a 



«e 



u 



E W^S O N AND BARNES 

RANKERS. 

At the olhceiermprlv occupied by Dana A White, Third 
street. 8t. Paul, wilfouy . nd m^II Kitt 



nK> . Land War 
Money loaced on 



rania, Siaie, (^junty and'> Ity Scrlj' 
good collaterals 

.tHlHr by pHrmlasitD to Mrtropolilati i^ank. Ni-w 
*oik . Cayuga t\)uuiy Bauk, * uburn, N Y. . K.aus 1 
Oo , Haukera. CiucLuuH'i. Oiii.. , H. F. t.arvrr A lo 
Bankera.tlhlcago. Hi IBO*. Wok Be 8o ward, Wa.b 
lugUiD. D. O. .Thompson Mro'a. MaukfrN. lit. 



SEW1^G MACHINES 



pREAT 



REDUCTION IN THE 

PRICES OF 
HINCiER & CO.'S 

Standard. Machiues, 



FOB 



WKLL KNOWN lU BE THK BttiT 

MANUFACTL'RINQ PfRPOSES. 
No I. riuutu.a Mavhlne, furmrrly sold at Mu, ruduced 

to S7U. 
No a, Shuttle MAOhlne, formerly sold at flou, reduced 

to $76. 



ttlN'GER'ri l.E! lEU A MACHINE, 

1* the beat Machlnn in the world lor Family bewiug and 
Light Maoul'actnring Purpose*. 

Price, with Uemmer.itud betiutifully ornam'-n ed.) $'U 
We would Ksk for our LKT1KK <, M A'JUi .Sh8, the 
••peci:il aiieiitiou of \ et-i Makers and Drese Maker*, and 
those who wani Mivchit.e* far Jighi mauulacioriuK pur- 
puMss They emoody Jie prluciplea ol the M«iiuiaciui- 
Ing Machines, m-kuig like them, tbe iuierl'jckt-d sii eh 
and are desiiucd to be as critbraied f.jr Faiot.y Hewing 
aiiu ugbi uiiiiiaJacianai!; purpose« u« our Mnuul'^icturlUg 
Machiueti arc lor inauu: i-iuriD£ purposes lu gunoral 

Family oKWlNij M.A«lU>s:h are ralu»iieinpro 
portion to the numher of things ihey can do well. S«e 
what ours cau do before making a purcbiine. 

There U no doubt an lo the value of our Machines for 
manufacturtngporpoiieri but ii id oiil> o late iha°. tne 
public began lu learn inai ibe essrmial eleuieniaofa 
machlue uesi adapted lo ine heHriest work, <«i)Ul<f alsw 
be he elements lo be embodied in a Famiiy Maishiue. 
Ill* now well undersiood mat our Letter A Machine is 
the only Family iia biue ye! offered to the public which 
haa aliupiioiiy. ra.ldity, durabiUty, and ceriaiatv of cor- 
rect kttUoU. 

Wmla as a geurral ihiug, the sewlutj-machlce people 
are candid enough to .cknowlrd^e tbaiour machines 
are uuequjtled li.r mauulaclunijg purposes, they are 
i^lmusi sure to asacri. In tbe same Oreaib, ibai Siugtr's 
Let.er A, or Kamily .MAcbitie- are uol at, jjooU as ib'trs. 
This IS a mere trick of the ira-le, and we couddeuUy in- 
we thuae iniereslod id the subject te esamine lor them- 
selves, and Bre what our Leiter A Famil* Machines, 
with all tbe recent uuprovemenu), are capable of doing 
Wnile Ihey will se* i;ie luoit UeJicate mjtieru 1 to per- 
fection, aa already staiec, they are also adapt d to Iikdi 
miuiulacicirin.; puriios li, and this, Ixe ii remembered, 
csLi uoi be said o; any ot the other Family Machines yet 
olferi d to thti public. 

The No.. 1 and 1 .Uacblnes are of tireat capacity and 
appliCiOi <u lor mam i.^' luring purposes 

Our No 3 Machines are ei<peclaUy adapted lo all kinds 
and ; eavy Leather Work, in rarrmRe Irimmliig, 
IJoot and ^hoe M kii.g, H»rue»s MkkuiK. Ac ihey art 
ot extra »iie. with an a.^m long enouga lo lak* uuoer it 
and sUtcb ib« largeta sized dashes. 

1 here bi scareely any part ot a Trimmers' silichlng 
that cunot be belter aoue » iih them ihau by hand ; so, 
li«, the xavlBg ol Um.- atiil labor i. ver% great 

'Ihe Uble oi these macjinee is iA iuub*-s loUK. and the 
shuttle will boid six times at. much thread .« the shuttle 
of those u ed for tailoriUK purii.isei-. 

The larxe macbmes work ks t st >-s smail ones. 

We have alwavs ou baud Uemuilng <isuges, t^llk 
twist, l.Uirn and<k>ltou thread oo ^poolrf. besl Ma- 
cniiieO:l, in noiile», Ac. Ac. 

We mauutacuire our own Needles, and would warn 
all pel Hoiis uslug our machines u..i to buy auv oihers. 
We kuuv» that ihr re are neeules sold of ibe most inle- 
rior q.ialiiy,nt hiyuer pricea tbim we i-ijjirKe lor ihe 
best . 

The need. «s sold by lu are manufactured especiaiU 
lor onr luachiBes. A bad needle may tender the work- 
ing ot Lbe best uiacbiue almosl useless. 

tJur cu.siomers may r. al assured Ihni all our btauoh 
oUlces are furnithed with ihe " getiuh.e i*rtn3le." 

In case ot amail i' ur«:h.iaes, the money may be sen: lu 
p<)etage utiinips, or tiauk i:oles. 

g^ Our Currespoudeiita will please to write 
their uameb disuaeiiy. li is all impi.rtaut th»t we 
should, lu eacu ease, knw the i'o»t uibce, Cuutyand 

.Slate. 

AiT'All perxons requiring luformatiou uboul >9eMing 
.Uacuinex, iheir S'zes. prices, working capaeilles. and 
the L>toi iUtiib^jUs ot purcbiu>iut(. can ublaiu it by send 
lug to u 4, or au> of our liraucu unices for a copy ot 

" J.M. SINGER k CO'b 
Gh A Z K T T K," 

Which is a Dea.tlful Pictorial Paper, entirely devoted 
to li.e Hubjoo;. 

«9- 'T WILL BK SK.^T t^BATlb. .^t 



We have made the above 

REDUCTION IN PBI0E8 

with the two fold ^ lew ol beuetl.in^ the public and our- 
selves. Ibe public nave been swindled by sp.irious 
machiues mitde m imitaliou ol ours. Tbe me;al in ihem 
Iruui ihe iruu caaiiii^ lo the smallest piece, is <>< po ir 
(|uaUly. Their mak-rrs ha;e uol the meauH lo do uieir 
wors well, fhey are hid away iii secret pUcea, where 
It would be impossible to hare at their command ihe 
proper mec auical appliances. 

It IS only by doing a great business, and bavioK extei:- 
sive uikuufac uring eslnblisbmeijla, ib-.t gocid macblnes 
'. au be mails at lutMlerate p ic«s. 

Tbe ^lesl d. sii/ued machiuet., BADLY MADE, are at 
ways liable to gel out of order, aid are sure lo cost 
cou-iderabie ir.<ublp and money to keep itiem lu re- 
pair. 

Tbe t|uatillea to be looked for lu a Machine, are : 
cerialuty ot correct action at ali rales ol speed, sim- 
plicity oic«n«iruct'.oii. great durability, and rapidny ..; 
opeiatlou, with the least iibor. 

Mai!biDeH .o com>>ine tuese eoseniial qualities, must be 
made oi ttie besl metal aud tinished to pertection. We 
iiave the wayt, an;! n.c, ns, ou a er.ina scale, lo do ihU. 

The purchaser- o. yiacbiuc-. wb se diily bread it m<iy 
conceru. wl.l linil ihat those having the aOove ijuallties 
uoionly work wel. al rapid at well aa slow rates oi 
speed, but la'.i lorn; iu tbe uuesi posjilble workmg order. 
Uur m»cbiuep, I.H made by Us, V U! enju more money. 
wt.n 1. SH labor, tbmi aii\ others, whether in ImiUlloii 
i>f our.t or noi. lu fast they ar - cbeaper than any olber 
Uaoblnea. 



LOCAL AOKNTS WANTKO. 

1. M. Singer «te Co., 

458 BROADWAY. . - NE^V' YORE. 



MILWAUKKK OFFICB, 17 NKWHALL UOLHK. 
CHICAOO OFFICE, 6(1 CLARK sT. 

.Mrt. HBNBY MoKklf, AiiiCNT IN 8T. lAUl*. 

OCI17 



1 



NUERSOLL'S BLOCK 



Bank of 8:, Paul, St. l-anl 



PaM 
reblJ-dAwl^ 



R 



AG CARPETS. 



<Jharl©« Krainerath, 

OAKfK'l WKAVKH, 

WABHINUTON STRKKT, BACK OF OITV HALL 
Oa«b for rag( , iwo cents per pound. marl 

JOY TO T II K WORLD 

CANCER CURED. 



CAPTAIN SaML'KL 



P A I N T B B 



Of this city, hav i.ij[elt'ecled soinee.«bior len perma- 
nent cures of Cancer within tbe past two year*, hM 
been InJuced to proclaim Ui the world th,t he will oui » 

lae Worst case of I'aneer slfMelnallv In leas than tin...... 



THE GREAT riALE OK 

L)KV OOOJDJS 

IB CONTINCKD AT TBI 

NEW 8 T O li K 

OF 

D. W. Ini^ert^oU ix, t:?o. 

IN INGEiiisOiXb BLOCK.. 
And at priceo m many Instances less than the aeiuai 
coioi .Uiporlaliou and mauulao.iut. 
Much of the immense sbx^k now offered for sale has 
been selei'led fro:ri ibe large .\'ictiou Sales ol Dry 
tioods Id Ihe city ot New York, at panic |>ru:«*, 
THEIR LAROK .^TOCK UF 

F A xV C Y DRESS GOO D S 

OF KVKKY VARIFTY OF Qt'Al.lTV. 
WILL B* SOLD At FRICkS TO 8D1T TU« TlUBt. 

Mottled Moreila Cloths, from 10 to 25c. per yard. 
P.'aid Poll de vTieveres, Kmbroldrred PcU Je rhevret 
Kvery variety ..i ChHlleys, Kmbrolderea and 
lirey ijJrisaill- s Blue, lireen and I'll k 

^arrege Lex^hua, Kug.ish, French 
and Amerlean .WnnxselTne de LKine* ; 
Printed I<awQe in great variety. A s;.;eadld smc* 

GINGHAMS. 
Sluuk una £<,ioh fancy ISillca, 

Men and Boys' Summer We.rr ; Broadcloths , Bl%c> 
and Fancy CasKlmeres. .Satilueis, and 8'mimer 'lo-.h*. 

ALSO A vaav LABUB atock or 

HOSIERY, (iLOVtiJ AND EMBROIDERIES, 

PAUO-SOUS, 8UN-UMBREJ.LAS. Ac. 
Also a large sU)Ck o; 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS 

By the piece or package, for tl.e country trace. 
Uotmtry JVIeroluiiits 

Can purchase their liood* ot us, and save time and 

m<ioey. We also Invite the attention of the La 

dies to our New t'ly lea of Cloaks and 

Mantillas. Our entire stoch will 

be sold tur 

CASH, AT PRICKS JO DKFY tCMPETITION 

The public are luvlled to visit our New (store. 

1). W. lN<it:ulSOLL k CO., 

oiarVf-daw «!. paiii, Mianeaot*. 



tbe worai nase of Cancer eflectualiy In less than twenty 
davs. .So cure n . pay. 

To be assured of the truth of above, the following 
atlldavit I,, attached, and the subject can be seen every 
day, and in a few days othar aflldaviu will be procured; 

St. Pacl, Auir. 30, 1861. 
I am an engineer, and have besn atllicled with a can 
oer In the throat lor two years, and ba^e advissd with 
physiciausln .>Ht. Lealsaud other clues, but without a 
hopeof relief. I ma-rle applicalloo to Cap tilu .Samuel 
fainter, ol si. Paul, who Inlormed me he would ettect 
a psrmaueut cure. eUe be would make no charge He 
did » , which any one alfected cau be coaiinced of bv 
calling on 

■•P 8AMUBL HUNTKR. 



F 



I F T H R E G 1 M E N 1' 

IB18H r«l.LOW-COLNTRYMBN, TO ARMH I 



■ ov96 



f. F. MctjUlLLAN. 



SUGARS— JOO BBLS. COMPRISING 
•vary variety p. f M»quiLLAN. 



Now la the time to stand by the "Star* and Stripes" 
and help to preserve the Union ! Kvery 1. yal .*l»te bafi 
eul lorth an Irish Reglmert— ehall .Vlii nesou alone bn 
n eicepUoB ? For ifce honor ot our native laud, and by 
be allegiance due this, our adopted couiiiry. ihe l ome 
V A? u °* "' '*'* '"^ people, let us mtuter luio ihe 
Finn Hegimnntt and leave to our deRcendHB ta lu Mli.- 
u sola, a memory of which they will be proud. 

Our fallow ciiizeua of every natiomlily . wlllvladif 
join, knowing well, ihai on the battlefield, the -Fifth, ' 
ID courage, will prove second lo none. 

Let us fratemiie with all who •ffrr, and endeavor lo 
*o»Pl«t« 0»o Begiraent to Us matimum. 

We eaa also have a t!«tbolio chaplain , and with sy 
avorable an opportiisity, is there au Irishman who can 
thai will not volaotaer r 

Cloihlng will be distributed and pay commenced on 
b'logsworu m. »13to»aiper mooth, wiih the u#un/ 
a/JoH-unce of 23 le 4il penis per day, when employed ou 
eura aork I am now raising an IKI.SB COMPANY, 
Md Invite those wuhlng to eniisi, and wh take a prida 
in such aii organisation, o sign the roll with 

MK. HILL, 
»t Borup A Champ lu's Levee, tl. Paul. 
Or wrtte to my address, PKTSB O'CONNuR, 

"""a 'I4w*w4w bi. Ao.hony 

Don t delay, boys, the Comp uiy will soen be full. 

(^ANDY— 260 BOXES ASSORTED 
J SUok and Pauo> f. r. JfogUILLAN. 



Yjr O L C O T T ' 8 

LIVERY ANO SALE STABLE, 

THIRD STRKRT.OPPOSITBVKRl^OANTS'HOTKU 
SAINT hAI L, MINNK80TA. 
The undersigned has erected a large and oommodlou* 
stone Suble on Third sireet, and ba* a splendid *iock of 

HORSES, CARRIAGES, 

BUGGIES, SLEIGHS, Ac. 

He Is prepared at all Ume* lo furnish a superior qual- 
lly ef Livery to parties and others. 

Ladles' add GenUemeus Saddle Har*«s furnished at 
the shorleal notice. 

Morse* boarded by the day or week on the mo*t reas- 
cnable terms. laugS) H. D. WO'XOTT. 



LE<iAL. 



PUBLIC SALE OF COLLATERALS. 
Whereas George T. Wbiiedei>osii«d la ourba&d* 
certain Bonds of the County of Wasec*. Mtnneroi* 
amounting to two bundrel a'lJfoin dollars, wiiA aor- 
tion of annual coup -ns aitar.hr>d. and wtueh Bamds fall 
daeolltlleflr•t4la;ofMArc^ :' ,. c .;;,> .ral* ui »«. 
care the pa\ meet «f a ni. .. l-ai'ev 

Danforlh A While, dated .- . a.-Llesii 

mon lbs after dat« to tbe order '1 uale^, War er oh»l- 
mers A I'o .for ihe sum ot fjui hundred and toriy f.-ar 
ooliars. with interest a ten p«ir ceoi. per auoum. a-.m 
■poB which II ere t» due at the dale hereof a bAlance ot 
$412.67, wilh interest irom Jure ;iKh, i860. AM w1m««- 
a.< the said coUaierais wijre luihonied l<y l>« sold at 
public or private sale, upfjo n nice ol seven da»*. if the 
said note should not be paid ai or before tbe Brsi dar 
of M y, I860. ' 

Therefore, notice i* hereby .{iven thai the said liouds 
and Coitpoaa. or BO machtbersot as msy be necessary 
to |»ay said balance, willbeoUered and ei;.o»ed for s.le 
at public Attot on, to toe highe»; bid«<»r. t.ir cash, by ibe 
•■iheriil of Kam«ey coiin.y, on .^aiurdav, the twen y-tirsi 
d»ty Oi Deceaber, Ibol.al leu I'clock' m lUe loreuoon 
at the Ir nt door of the Court I mse. in the city of lii 
Paul, lu the County ol Rams<'y , Minnesoia. 

VAJ* Kn%N « OFFIOKR, 
VI t iriieys tor Gates, W ruer. Salmen A I'o 

December 7. Ibbl. 



LEGAL. 



STATE OF .MINNESOTA, RAMSEY 
O'H'NTY-niSTKIOl CJfcRT, BKCOM JUOI 
OIAL DISTRICT. 

llarve.\ odicer against M>se4 Souxt. 

Sumuons 

"he.state of .Minuteoia. to Moses Soma, the delead- 
ant abuve-nameii ; 

Vou are hereby suaumaed, luid req«k'ed to 
ftoawer the complaint in ihUi AcUon, & copy 
ol which is herewiib served upon vou, and toaerve a 
copy ut your anaiver to the said oomiilalnt <,a ihe «ub- 
tcribers at their oUice in .m. Taui, m the County of 
Ra nary, in said St'.te of Minq>wat«, within twenty day* 
alter ihe service f thia sumccons on yoi, exc.ttsive o' 
ih day of sictt service; *ul I'you fsil to an-.wer the 
s-od comiJla.nt within the llm- aforesaid, the piatutiU 
Inihishcbuu will irkejudgme at against you it the sum 
of three hundred aud tweuiy-iievea dwl arsaad iweuiy- 
three ieuls ISSlTZiJ. with inieresi irom tne iwei^ty 
third day of ."epiember. A. II. eighteen hnudre* and 
stity-r'n», besive* the oiysis a id disbprri«meut' of th s 
actios. 

VAM affklN A OFFICKR, 
,„ , ., PlwntlU's Attorney*. 

Paul, November 21. ISlil Gec7-6w 



Dated 8! 



MORTGAGE S ALE— Dt!.F A ULT 
bsviui; tiecn made lu me cuujiiiou »l a certtln 
m;»tgage dated iiie Tuxx day or .July, A. !♦., lS5'J,ei.eca 
ted. acsuowledyeOaini driive-ed in ilarwood Iglehsrt 
01 Ihe < ouuty .f Kauis. y aul .-^tii'te of .^liunesuiii v- 
-Mary WUinery, ol ihe same nlw'e. and wal h mo.- uaji 
wa* duly recorded, in tite olLce oi me Register c. Lwea 



.-„ ,,. ^ c. L;eeu» 

lor said Ramsev Couu-y, <n ihe sua iTui d»y af Jui\ 
1859. al4>i o'clock f M., ii Bofjk r, of .MortKages' 
on pages 261 and 202. bj- wnich the .Aid iur- 
wood Igieharl did uract, bargain, eli -i,en 
convey iiud cjnlirm uulo the ^a^d > ary W.'-.iuerv her 
hctr* and assign^, lorevar. all :buae lou, tracts auu par- 
cels ot land sitoaie lying Auil beuig in um natd c\.unu 
ot Ramsey and Si«le ol iliun-soU, au desUuated and 
described as foUou s, to wit ; 

Lots No lour, (4j live tSj and sin, (6j »i. block No twen- 
iviwo, t22;in Mackub.u A M.irshail's Adduion 'to tne 
City of »l. Paul, af-cnrding to ihe recorded plot ihere f 
to secure to the said Mary Wnlii'rv, berheirs rxeci Ltra' 
admiBUlraiors or aaaigns, the payment ol the aum u\ 
three buuared and tiliy (iso/ lolUrs, accerdinir lo the 
couOilJou o: a ceruin promu».ry uoie, beiinng even 
date with said mortgfc^e, wbioi sail no.e « as Jije b> 
the said liarwood i(4iei.i.. i, l.i- M.,d .-ii;ii, jjiiy sole oni- 
y ear alter dae, to tne oroer ol said Mfcry Wumcry wiiu 
lul.rcBl thereon at ihe rate tf 10 per cent uer vear 
payaolesem.-annuaiiy. ' 

And whereas thrre is now c laiined to be dne at the 
date ol this notice on said uote andmoitgage inesiim 

!i'.i'^"r.''"'"i'^*'* ""'^ ''"^' "'•'^ J3"»r8 fad hiiy-fonr cents, 
(»lil bi) aud no pr ceeuiugs i.t jaw or otnerwlsc have 
been Uau or jusiiluied or the lecovcri of s^nd sum or 
any part thereof : "•"<.! 

^ow, iher. lore. noUce is he -eby gives, lUat by virtue 
• f a power oi sale contained ill said mortgage and in 
pursuance ot Ibo statute in sac h case provided 'ihe said 
montage wUi be lorclosod b>' a sal-- o. the Lr-misi^ 
hkrelubclore described, ai public am tiou or cash to 
iliehiKhesi bidder, at ihe .ro:;i d.^ir ol ihc .' ouri Uo se 
'" t^«» ^-'y <»' t.Paul, insanl Umnty ol itamsey oii 
V\eduebday iLe ifrlh day of January, A. D. l^^i at lei! 
o'clock in Ihe for no.m of .hai lay , ny the Shtriu'^ said 
C-ouiity. to satisfy the Hmouui waich shall men „ due 
on said 1 oie and mortgage, UinKilicr with the coats o) 
such « le, so r as lae proce-do of said Gale wiii 
satisly Ibe saino. 

Dated at &t. Paul, jbth NovCiLber. li^CI. 

Mary WllINiirtY, 
Morigagee. 
declaw 



li. IUlx, Att'y lor Mor.agee. 



isTATE OF 

■SECOND DISTiilCT, COD MY 



DISTRICT COURT-' 
.MI.VNKSOTa 
OF RAMSKV. 

Williain B. .Noble and Cfcj.rles B. Oamgher against 
Rooeri Whiiacre and W. K. lja*toa. B'«f«««m6i 

Summoun— Kor tveliel. 

'• The .-late o: Mmuesoia" i ihe above named defen- 
dants, and e*ce ot ihein. ••»;«" 

You and each ot you are hereby summuned and re- 
quired lo answer the compldjr tin this action, which las 
been lilrd in ihe oOice ol the t ierk ol said Court, ai sT 
Paul, Mlunesol*, and to servf a copy of your answer 




said coniplaini. within the lim-' alorVs'aiJT the piamUds 
in ihiB Hcuou will apply to he court lor the re le^ 
demanded in ihe complainta rc.ic. 

Dated August 2u. 1 til. 

MOiiRiS LAMP.iBV, 

i'lalaiiU 's Allorney. 



novii-tiwciai 



MORTGAGE SALE -DEFAULT hav- 
iLg been mad« i , tbe coi dllious oi ^ certatu mort 
gage eiecaied and dellveret; by Jorin Johnaoii and 
obribuan Johnson his wite. o. itami.e. coantv.SuTie 

".i^T "^t.i; 'h"'*" i^-*^"^' e,of .^aint raulf n si ! 
county aLd btol*. da.eo ihe tweuiy firs day of Ngvem 
ber, l!.iglii<enh.indredsndniy nine, in aiid by wUicb 
lli?r?<^'',""'.?*','! gr^ut'jrs mcriKageJ and soU unio the 
said cnarles H. Oakes, his ne.rs aud assigns, all ihai 
tract, piece or parcel ol lau.i, lying aud being in ine 
?f-'?u"':^,i^ "' ^''"•ey. |*"<1 ^^ *'e <» Minnesota, descn- 
bed as ioilows. u> wil: ly»t omr bered two (2; n hi.h k 
numbered one (U in .Schiirmeier s Addiiiou to the Ciiy 
ol ^alnl Paul, sd per recoided piai iher-of. 

Wnich taid mortgage waa gi'^eu losecuielhe payment 
of the sum ot *ive hundrea loUiira. and inlere t ac- 
cording lo me ccndmous of a ceriain promissorv uwe 
01 even date with said mortgajie. mad.- bv .ae said John" 
Jounsou. and payable two years «uer ante, uo grate to 
lue orcer ol himseli ai the tfaaking house of U..rup A 
Ohkes, in s 111! Kaul a:or«aia, tor ihe sumcl FivehuiT 
dre . dollars, ($60.1,, with inie'e-i incr.cTat ;''■ rale o' 
twenty per cent per annum trora <;ate until aid the 
said inleresl pay»t.le tiuarieny, wbi.n said neie'wa* 
endorse . by said Johuscn, auc <iein ered lo said Charles 
U. oaics, and aiso to secure nil taxes which miv hare 
accr.iru on aa <l l.iud previ >u, to.or winch mnv bessseiT 
scu tiiereou, during the said u rm ol i»., year;, uud a«o 
u>secuie.ues,iui ol 1 nirty doiars aa aa Aitornev's 
fee. ahou.u nroce.dingr, be ti.ken t y ine said pilr.y .rf 
the 81 rcond pari, lo r,rec.ose s-iid ins i ument 

«hiLh saiu mortiiaiie was (i.ej lor record in the offce 
^L'lf *>"=♦:'"'" "' i'****". ^« ■>•' d K..m» X couiuy. oS Ibe 
22ddsyol November. A. 1). 1(J5.,, ai 2k o'clc^k, ]? v 
aud was duly leoorded in Hook 't.'ol MoritLe!" 
pag-s .V..4 »au cao. oi the Keionls ol said cmmu ; dud 
whereas uie u.-r^erly lu^■.al,meul« ol iiilera- Vh.ch 
leil due sccorduig lo Ihe terms Ol said noie bMit ihe 
•urn ..1 twenty Uve dollars on the -isi Keb'riw7 In^ 




ary, IBsl; <he st^m of iweaiy bre dollars due on tte iUx 
day ot Mity. l.Syl- and ihe sum ,1 iwr^u-y live dollar* due 
onibe:;iK.uay ol August. Itbl . weri uoi p»,d " i r 
uauawtieo the same aeveraliy became due and pay a 
ble, as alor.eaid. uor any i.a. i thereof, anc im, ►u.t or 
pr-weedings Bi law have bee- lusiiiuiea «r ha • lore 
cover Lbe amounts secured Ijy iiaid iuori,;a„e or any part 
And lurre IS uo* Claimed v. te cue up, u kaid 



ibrreoi. 



. uotice, asiniert'iil. 



n>>l<r ai..: mo. -gt^^e ai tbe i 

as Kioresnia, ine sum ui $176 i>i, 

rnow, luer.ljre. u.jnce u> hrreby given thai by vlrtur 
ofapowerot saieconiained n sam mortgage, and «I 
fieBt.;utPiu».icb case mad. aud provWeU the >aid 
iiiorlgaged premises above d.isariued. wul be solo bv 

i"'Th"''h'L'i^e',';*\V""""* ol Ramsey, at pub ic aiciion, 
iNihehghestpidder. toscash at ihe Lout Uojr of Uie 
<..url Ho.;se tn Si. . au , in ssi 1 liouniy ef Kum ey, .,n 
Sal,.rd*y,lheiStndayoii)ecetuOer. A. D. 14*1, i'le" 

Clock, A. M. lo pay aud Bati-y the am uai Uu-. upon 
said no.e and mortgage, as aforesaid, aad the •xpense* 

01 soch ba e. *^ 
Said piemi-e.< wil be ujld s'lhjeci to the pnympii- of 

ine pri.iiii.al •um secured i» be paid by sai" morigaiie 
a:, i accruiiK fu;ere»;. "•wr>»i»s= 



Hurlgagee. 



t;ilAKi.F.>^ U. OAKK.-i. 
Dateii Novemtier lilh, Mbl, 
Va« KiTa.> A Orricaa, AMumeys for Mortgagees. 

no via — 6w Wedn 



A 



.hi 

Kl 



R 



E M O V A L- 



We have rem ved our SU)ck ol Iron, NalU, Steel, Ac., 
from the old Stand ou WabasVw street toiheNBW 
SToNK BUILDINO on Ihe north aide of THIRD, be- 
tween Wabaahaw and Cednr streeu, where we respecu 
fully ■oliclt the patronage of thoee purchasing goods in 
onr line, 

"<=31 -d.S m NICOLS A DKaN. 



SSIGNEE'S SAJ.E.— NOTICE IS 

hcieay given lo all whou it may cnceru ta<l bv 
virtue of an assignment lu writict;, execuud liy \IrSis 
limit y.ol V\ab»shiiw county, Moinesoui lo ihe under- 
signed, dated ihe bth d^y ot .lauuary, 18:8,1 will on 
saiirday ;heel.-vemhailday olJauunry. lb6i, at un 
o'clock in the loreuoon, and ibereall-r uaiil the a*m;< 
are isposid, oUer lor sa.e, at put>i(c auoiion to 
h.ghesi biuoer lor cash, at iLc oUicc o; Mtsars. « an 
ten 4 Officer, m ihe city ■ i isi, i-aui, Kamsey c uaiy 
M.nnesoia.ail aud singular the real estate, goods aad 
chii-ieU, Fcrsoual property, mortgage*. ntl»*, dues, 
ace mnts, and bilauces on itoc. uai oi any kind whatao 
^:ver, wtiicu have come luio the possession or knowl- 
edge of said assignee, uy virtue ol said a«slKnment re 
mainiug uudn,p..sei; ol, and a.l ibe r.^ht. uu, auJ ,ntcr 
est which the t.aid Alexis iiaiiijr, nad in aud to the same 
at Ihe dale iher:-ol. «= a«uir 

Said propori, consisting lu p.irl of the Interest .if said 
Baiily Ul audio certain real estate in the counties . i 
Ramsey, Dakrua, Wabaahaw t.iid lU-nU>n, Mi.nusoU 
notes seciirr.il'y mTttage up. • q Uurts lu Dasota conn v' 
b<>..k accounts dueka.-t ijajliy ,.t R,d Wood.t row VVi k' 
Long Prairie, \\ aDasliaw . M i'uui »uu elsewhej-e i *»* 
state, and bis interest in the W bsshaw Lauj < .uii-aiiy 
Ac, Ac. ' !-*"■>• 

Scbedulisof Ihe prt.perty. nules, book accounts A- 
Wilh absirac s ol tiue to ihe real esUle, may be e'jai, 
lued upen sppUcHUou a; ibe .jllice of \ an tiieu « rij. 
cer, at any Ud« betore tie day o: sa.e. 

NOUMAiU k. KITTSON, 

,,.,.. , _ ,, Assignee ojAl xis BailJy. 

Dated .November 27, 18>1. 

ViM KiTtii A OrricER, Alter aeys Itr Assignee. 

novao-dlawicjaull 



* j^AFAYETTE," MINNESOTA 

FREE HOMES TO SETTLERd. 
The proprietors of the tow n of 

LAFAYETTE, 

ON TUB RBD RlVBB oF THK NORTH. 

will make liberal donallont of lou to all persons wbo 
will settle upon and Impn.vp the same. This lown is 
slliiaufd 40 miles below K. rt ^bercromble, and ISd 
miles above Pembius, and dli^cily urrosirs the 
■ODTH or TH* CaKTcifHK KivEu, is the Centre of one ..f 
the ricbesi val eys .-.nd besl agrlc.iiiural regions In the 
world, la abundauliy auppjled with wo.m1 and water 
and the country around it has been recenUy surveyed' 
and I* uovf open lo settlement. The lown mark* the 
head of navigation on ihe Red River ol the North and 
W wiMly accessible, the line of sUge. from Si. haul lo 
Pemblua passing there semi-weekly. No portion of 
thefgreal west otters more Inducemenu to seillers. 
'» '^'I'l?'^"'""^^*" •**'*'••• JyUNR.IBVINB, lisq.. 8t 

Pa.il WmnAanla niara4^iiAw I r 



Paul, Minoesou, 



CUERIFF'S SALE.— IN FURSU 

J AVCKand by virtue ol a judginent acd decree 
lor lieu and sale, made and be«.ring date at v. UenerJ 
Icrm of the D slrici Court oi t..e Second JtMicial 
DUtrict, iu aud f.jr Ihe county c.f isamsey and Mate of 
Minnesota, on th«( ihirty-tirsi day of Aujtust. A i» iSiA 
iu a ceruin action in said court pendiag Mt'ierfui 
James P. I'oud is plaiuuil. and Maria K. i;*ri enter and 
Harren Carpenter, her husbau.l are defendants v,ii.-j-.- 
in and whereb., It was, aoion.j otber ibiugs orderi-o 
adjudged and decreed thai Lie loLowi g, de*crl6ed 
premises, lying and being In thr county .,r KKmsey a lo 
Slate ol MlUue^o!u. and uescr.t ed as UJi^s, •„,-» u ■' 

t>>mme*ciug at a polnl lu tht centre oi seciion ntitii 
beroaelij, ij township number twenty eigbi I 'i) of 
rauKe, iwentylhree i23j ; thence Dorihwes-ard y iu>ee 
hundred aud twenty. two lt>-lc. feel, r. •'erv.ni ' tberT 
fromast.iplhi'ty three lert 1. widi i oo ibc ^eM Md-^ 
for Wwitern Avonue; .hence sling fe.immii av- uue, o„ 
the soiilheasiern Bide, two unuared aud sc»#aai.dy 
loth (eel . thence exleuuing at rlgt. Hugles lo Summ 
Aveuue, to Ramsey slreei. KsiAid .at oy .iousmau A 
oteinson ; laeucc lO Jie place ol beginam.- wito tu.> 
buudingslhertousiluaied. aud the hereditaaienis and 
appurienacceslhereunio adlouiiug, and all the imert-ii 
and estate that tb-, .aid Maru K* . S^peuVr hiT , W.u 
on the ...uih .: « November, a.i. Is5a. or k; any 
time thereafiei, ce sold m on^ holy by tne Sherid of 
Ramsey^ county, lo saiisly xtv amount dae uj said 
JameaP. Pond, plaiuiitl, wbicn was then »od there aj 
judged to be acveo hundred an^ nlnei, nine dollars and 
inirty cenu.togeiter with the liirUersHm ol lourieen 
dollars aud thirty live cent* C.St* H. ;aied. I did on 
the hrsi day ot November. A.l'. 1 861, levy upon said 
premises ' ' 

Now. therefore, notice i* herei>r »lven, that ( will sell 
Ihe above desciifted real pr.. " .d Uie mi. i-«i aud 
esaie thai lUe said Maria r. fj^j m or to the 

same uo ihe n nib day i.f .S \ i>. i-.V«t. or ai 

any lime iherealler, a'l the Iniui door oi the Coun liouse 
iu the cuy of St. Paul, iu said cuuuiy o. Kamsey, oa 
Saturday, the iweuiy-iirs; da. oi t>eceiiiti r. ibei, ki 
Ic o'clock in the lorcioon ul thai d»> . u. sais-y Uie 
amoiiat which shall be due on said judgment and Ueoree 
aud the coats and expenses of sa e. 

DaMd at St. f aul, November C, IMii. 

AAtvOiN K. 1 i-LlS, 
Sheriu .11 Uamse) County, 
By BOSS WlLKlN.-iON. Deputy Sherltf. 

Sai«*oaa A Li3J)o. Plaluud^a Attorney*. 

BOv9-dlaw6w 



CH A VOERY SALE. ~ DIS IRICT 
I yK, 7^^ UNI iKii .STATKB Fob THK 

J^iui u. Aii.^an »8 J.-in, **. s*,eDcer and Nancy 
Spencer, b-* wife, ana W lHam K Ron e . 

FOItii.CLOSURK I.j«i « . > vy 

Decree, Oc ob»r Term, a. D "t.i\ interea 

and oo(.i-. 
Pur«..i**t t« thedecreial order of the above court. 

mad- li: hi. cau -e Ri the oc ol.er Term, a. D 11561 ihe 
undersig rd, M.^fteriu i hi eery of *aid i^lart. will' sell 
a. i,,i . i, AUC iou lo ibe Highest cash hulir-r. on Wednes 
day. Ibe .*euty sec )iid day iif January. H»i at eleven 
o Clock lu tce forenoon, at th-i iroi l e trance to tbe 
pi»<:e ). Lo di! K said court, lii Brown'* bioik. Third 

„. i'....l ;.. ^..i . 1.. V. -. 



nt laul, in aai<i Disinoiuf Mm- 
■ scribed premises, siiuuie in Uie 
' t ^, to wit : 

» iwenly nine. (29) 

..iUi raul pnper 

1 .'..ii. >■ g-<her with Ucied<i%iaenis 

iterf unto be i<>-jjiiiig, or in any wise 



rtreet i 
n -s.Ka. 
County . : ... 

Lots sevcL 
In Kiiuon s 
as , 
ai 
a*-.- 

euuni Paul, December ,, is.i. 

JAMs..^" W.TAYU>R. 

CHANCERY SALE. - DISTRICT 

l i-iRlC. OF Ml^N^>ol._ > '"*'»^'> ^"*t IBF 

deiTs^'K.'Flt'':??^!?'"" " ■*••'«"«■«• '••'d* •»<« rUad 

Fi iic t.; SUttK I.N trilA^CKKY 
Decree. October Te.m An. i*i-*<,.a66 ai. interest 

Hid CUal . 

Pur»u-nt to the decretal oideroi the above court 
m.*Ge in Ibi, cau*., at ihe • ;ctooer lei m. A. 1° . lN>T ihl 
";'*■" ■,''* 'Cry Is id Court. Will" sell 

*'' ••^Kl-' icsshbulder OB Vteone*. 

°V-.. . •. - J»J'ofJ*«"»*ri'.l*>-'. at eie»cn 

ocuHik .ji tuc loreuoon, al Jie fr.u. euja ice lo tic 
l.l*ce of brildin^ «a.d o..a.l..n iJ.own', i..ock. •» U..i 
•-;; ■ ■■*';l iUsajd iMifKiolMic 

t-- ed |»r<!mue* sitoaie lu Um 

Biocs. uumb.-r ihrrc (i) ■ tl.iia. > aocordini.' 

to th„ r.croed piat . uereol , . .e ol ihe^^ i^r 

"ilTi'i^r'enrc.;'^""^ '^ -»*"- .4 R.mse^^tfi 

.-"im raul, l/eccmbet i. 18»1. 

JAMk^ w. Taylor, 

. . Master in Obancerv 

SASBoa* A Lean, PlaluUUV bollciiors ^ "^^^'^ 
de.4-di;w 



CHANCERY 



C^ 



SALE. — DISIRICT 

DT^TR^M'mk'-^" .-l^'"- '•"<"«» .STATS* F.,K IJIK 

J.'bn fr. ?l ne^ .a. Miiil.uu W . Eilfann 

FOti'-.CI.,i>Sl.KK iKCiiANCEB^. 

Deer. e. Ociobei Term. A D. Ia61-*57J M .<i;ere»l and 

coeu. 

1 ur,u..ui to u^ dtc,c.*i oraer of the abore court 
maue iu uis cause at the oc'ober ierm, A. D. IStl the 
undersigned Master la ' fancery . of ^aii tOdrt.l ill'aeU 
ai punii action, lo ihe highest Gash bidder,^"** edn^s 
day c«ieiwcui,-,ec.>nadiiy ._■: Jan..*ry, i^2 at e even 
o'cl .cc in ite loreuoon. li Uie Ir ui'in.r^nce i^ in" 
piace or holding -. id court, m iir.wn's fiWk X trd 
street, lu Jie .•ay of .■>hiui f .ul. 1., said Distnuoi Min 

».^uuiy OI K,. . ,, to wli ■ 

iu^iTrt^rs'^.. . ii'^'^^'^r'"^^ 

ed 11- iii...i-r^ "I'l r^ui. as record- 

ed 11. i!i. ..,t,.Lc u uc i.e^uiler ol Heeds l.r liam^' v 
v;i.uuly aioieaaid, lo^e.her with Ul the leaemen;^, .icre 
T:^:^^ ■ ■""*" "•"•«*"'<» «»ei.ng,ng or Tn 



auy 



-aim I'l 



i, 1361. 
JA.-K&V>. TAYLOR, 



, ... *'«»ier in Coanten 

Aijjs A PackHAii, flaidUiTs Solicit-**. ^ 

dnc4 doa' 



N PRORATE 

. COL'NIV, ar.-vTl!; 1. 

pcclil; IcIHi I 



COURT— RAMSEY 

H.vJ.^^ti.•^wT.v. 

e*. ru 



e« -. robaie i>juri, held !u and 
-.1 ^.''. "r",J''* "' J^aalsci, ai .-.I. l>»ul. OU Ihursd^.. the 
<lh day uf NoVeu.ber, a. l". Idfil — au.*j,iue 

d'c^a."'.^*d '"*"'^ "' ""^ "'^"^ •" J'^'fl'-s F. iltyv»ard. 

Lpou reading aud liiuig the peuuou ol the admlnis- 
ira.oi., in hisid mailer, praying lor an order cl Lcento 
to sen ihe re.-l eslh'.e ol the bill decea^ed, and tor tne 
further uuie ol ai. months m which lo «uder iheir 
Una! accoUui ou said uiis.ier— •^M«ti mcir 

I; IS ordered that Thursday the 19lh day o' De- 
cember, A. D, iabl. al lo o'clock In Ihe lore- 
no-iu. at Ihe olUee oi tbe Judge of IToD^ie, m 
llie Cl y o! M. i.»u.. be assigned i r ihe heariug ol sjuo 
peutiou. and that . -t law ot said deceased t^d 

H,l other pers.jus m the said esutc. arc re 

.imredio appear a . , .. ut tbe Proba.c Curt, then 
and there to be no.ucu ana snnw cau.'-e, U any incre ba 
why in.: pfi^yer ol tbe eaid peUUouer r.h.juid uol be 
g.-auied. 

And.tiafurtherorderec, that the eaidpetiUoi r dva 
notice to »a persons Interested in sail estate ..; iie ^.-n 
dency ol the said peUUou, aud the heiriug •Oitieoi b» 
causincacopy of ibis order to be published in the Pio- 
neer aad Democrat, a newspaper piinlished aiSu I'aui. 
lu ziai.l couuly ol RAia.',ey , t..r six successive weeks 
previoustu said day ol tiearuig. ^vaj. 

J. F. UOYT. 

nov8-dbw j ud^e of Probate. 



m. 



liCE OF MORI GAGE SALE. 

lauli has ticeu m:t..tu in the cundilious ui a cer- 
liu ludcntiire oi Morittatce, ly the non-pj.jmeni of 
moiuys in^^reiu secured lo be pa u, made and executed 
by Johu J . W lUuiirs a. d .^lary Aune Ailliatnr, his wae 
mortgagors, ot the City o St- f aul, and t;o..nlv ci iiam' 
t-y. M.nuesota. lo Lxmau Dfcyt.,n mor'/,iii.ce. cl tne 
same p.ac. . dated June isi, A. l>. IS.-)?, anu recorded on 
.ue I.,a day oi J uae, A. i.. Iti7. at 2>, o'clock r « . r 
tiiai d.y, in the u.ce of the Register oi Dcedt, oi «.'... - 
■>ey v..oiiUiy, MiuiieSjia, lu ilooa "K" ol Alorti;B«es on 
pa^Fs4<>7 atid 4oti. «•»•»"• 

Tne. e is Cialmed to be due and payable, at the dale of 
Ibis notice Deceatibcr 6. lebl.ousaid m. ruage tbe sum 
ol live hu'idred aud eignty -eifc'i.l delUis ^a , six.v seven 
cents. t*{W( DM ) Ibc premises are d airlbed 'lU said 
murtgag.- as tclows, Ui wil . 
All luai tract or parcel of Und lying and being In the 
I'i Y' •■■'■■ y--'^^' *-*Jiiii;y ol Ramsey, aul lerriL.ry mow 
.>»laie)ol Miuuesiia, described as Ioil.7»s lo wit Let 
sii, IGj in Bljca eighty three, ,M) inDayuju'.ind Irvine's 
.KildKoj to fS.. 1 a.il. I rtjia^ie. aud the de..t 

inereby se. ureu wert .,ed d v the saidLy man 

Daytou lo i-auiel W . 1^ .. ._, , o! .aid M. haul, on Ui« 
ft.h day 01 Aovejiber, lool, wicb aid lustruuieul ol 
assi^nmect waa «ud recorded on the SJi day . i No- 
» ember, i«bl. at 4 o cl xk i- m of tba .iny iq 
lueoa.;eol I e rtc4ii6ier ol Dteas, of taid Ramsey 
V^^^i • "» Rooa'- il • of .^s.igumeuu on pages au6 and 

No suit or proceeding has Leen nstiluted at :aw to re- 
cover me deLtseoared i>j -...e .aid mongage. excei.i by 
Ul • recovery ot -.ue. j.idgemeui, ;or a poruon at the mort- 
K»ge debt, lu Iavor ol Dana 4 White against tbe t-aid 
John J . W Uliains, lor the turn ol ».V>1 45. docketed in 
the olh:e ol aie i.lerk oi ihe. Di.irict Conri, iu Ram- 
sey oo.intv, ou the 7ai ..ay ol Febi uaty, A. D. IbbU, auou 
«»UicU judgcmeut a. J ei, cn.iou ha- t^eea duly issOedard 
reiiiriit d w boUj uusaiitlied. and the said julKemenl Is 
u<»w held BUd owued by the b..id uajiel rt . ingereo.l 
fcUdlswnoi.y uupf^id. 

>oti. e i« ibere. . given, that br virtue cH a 

p 'Wer Ol sa.e <: u, aud recorded with said 

mmt^ave, and II , ... .. ^e ot the statue <n a.;cu case 
made aud provideo, lue -au ui n^ge w 11 tie l reclin- 
ed, aud the ;aid mortiiagcd premiaes aboke descnbea, 
win u. so.d .1 publ.c leudur, tulae btgbeait t>Mlder lur 
casu, ■; .ill- ir jnt ii..or il itie Oourl Uou e, in ihu SAid 
City ol ^. lai l*auJ, ou tne ibib oay ol Jan.ia.y. A. D. 
Iciol. al iij o'.-io-ia in lae loreuoou ol ihiii oa. 

Dated, at .-<aait Pa.ii. Minn.. Uecemb. r j IhCl 
1>aN1K!. VV lAiifcK.^'.i,!,," 

-iSSILnee ol Uorijiagee. 

fci'«.>cni A CsavEA, Attorueys lor ASoiguce. 
de<«>-uli 



MORTGAlaE SALE.— D E F A U LT 
haviug beeu made lu lUe conditions o; a certain 



moriga,4e m.vde 

v^obtl. .HI !• I'A, 1 

mortgage ■ Oe.ir 



aud eie. ,i ed by D Miiait. Jr.. K. 1». 
ju-i, u.>riKiig..rs, lo W. R. Howu, 



uayoi .l4arun,AU. io:>& 
t :•• KefTiMr-r ■ f Deeds, 
MinreH..la. on the .euUi 
t-M., tu oo.a ■ L, ' ol 

wticrrt.y Uir s.l'l :bi;M„ 
aud Convey lo the a4^iu 
lo« 



«a.ie aau Hcit..owledged tne lenib 



•i rec.jrdad 

of Hs'liS-V Pi 



Lu 



feet 

■•ontowe 
one Ui.ndre 



he ..dice or 

Mate of 

• ■ -. ..'clock 

.ad «o3, 

<■■■■. •■■'■ ..nin, sell, 

luu. igai:e.e a part or por.iou oj 
nve I5j, lu »<:uUi.n su !«(, low n ship tweuty-etgh; MU 
ot rm;;;-, lae.riiy twoiii: . . 1 occ npied by a stone' 

sawini.., bjut.ded am; . ;«; 1 ..,o*»s, vii: 

^ t(.gi..uinga. apoint u W luu leei norihwest 

•ruui the Uonl w iho main ou.iu.i g, produced li.riy l-Jtu 
romtbe ..urUieaai Hide Ml b.iid main liiUidtug, Uieuce 
'*'*>-ka .' t-1 With lue trout o memiU 

"d > ..I a hlase iinrly feet b.>ulh 

west Iruu tue a. ~ ae ol said main Lmldiug, 

thence uoriuwcai aiuua muuc par&iiei wiih aaid souin- 
west B.iie ouc h.un.tri-d an^ lifiy leei iw a slake, theuse 
iioitu.a.-t a. psraibil with the trout o; said 

building cue : ..d inen.y lee. lo a sutie, ibeuse 

souineis; a;. . , am e. wub said soutawest siue 

riue buudred auu tii.j leei to no pnini of bemnmug. 

.•^alU inortKate beloir execuu-Oand drlivere.l to secure 
tne paymei.t ot ir.. , , - , , „,^„ 

i»_u deliver,.; u, i ..auie .,1 

Stcart, Cib A.:.. . i .-, ^.. ,su. aud 

ueariDg even uile wi.n saiu uiortgKge; aud said mon- 
asgc having been duly aa»it;ned to r. Preslou Winter- 
laule, ol S. Paul, by deed of assignme.-il in wr.tmg 
tiear.i;:. dale aiiuatki.oM.ieds«!d the i^in uas .li .\ii;. i.i' 
*£>. 1361, tint; re-orJtd m .„« ..diced mu" i.e^;..;. r ol 
Ueea> of Ramsey couuty, oti iiie 4ih uay ol .s«piemn. r 
1S61. ..I •»-, o'c.ojs rM.. in 0"t.a •■ ki" oi a>s:«umeuu' 
^a^e» lo. i.i.'l loJ . ■ 

AUd wuei (.a» mere it now ciaime^l lo be . ue, and Is 
due, upo.i lihin u les ana m:rgm:e, ai the diie ol ibu 
biAiCe, Lue suui Ol iweuiy lau UunOred aLd ninrly-iMo 
3J-H»i l<2.29.:..'!<ii iln.Ia,*. ..III.; no i.r'H'eedii'p- ,i: i»w or 
otherwise bnviiiK 1 1 . . .rutdue 

aUi. ^t-<. ill e.I by s.. , ; 

^'J*. Ine.eiori-, . _ _., . .^. _j viriuii 

r>f ibe power ul bislc lu saaitl niorlgsgc couiamed, sua 
purruani lu the siatuie in sucn ciues lua.e aud fr.i- 
vtded, the avfivc dcscnbtd mortgaged pIeIIil>e^ wai be 
sold at tiuMiJ ductlii., at tie iroui d.>..r ■:. tie tvuri 
liouse. iu lac City ul M. faui, Rtun^ey C' .ii..y, u> mc 
b;|i:ieFl oiddi..r l.>i Ca*.b, on ibe liKU day ol Krcetnbrr. 
1601. lO caualy the a . u.iui aii« on said morlii-Hte, lo- 
geiber Kill- losia »i iii«oi saie. 

Daiea at. Paul ' ' 

P-iit- ^.iML'TK, Assignee 

ilasRvJ. iloa«, Aiuiruc; tut AaaiKoee. 

llie aJote uoilie la withdrawn, aad pioceediug... 
Ihertua'ler d.^con;ii.u- d. 

F. ^'lvik^»^.N WiNf. R.MLTK. Assiguee. 
lls^av J. Uoiv.<. AlU>ri.ey lor Aasignee. 
1 toemb.-r Z, Icoi. deo3-;.^ 



/'UANC 

\J cot RT 



'UANCERY SALE. — DISTRICT 

OK JHK INllKiy STAlKv■^ FOR UiK 



•■ W. Far.-inirtiin and 
'•. Alaxac ler Rumsey , 
McL-ormick, and Cad- 



DldlhlCi f! .• ' 

Ibe Mechm 
Ma: inn Ann „ . 

the i';ty of S.. i ai.i." t jru 
WKl.ader C. Aa-bburu. 

FOuaCL 'SJlii; IN IHANCKKY. 

Deere* Oct.*. rler to. A D. ISUl-JlS.aftl ol. lateresi 

and c mu. 

fiirsuaiit to lb decretal order ol the above O^mri, 

ma.ie in tuui c^use ai the i ctNberl erm. li?6l, the ntider- 

»iiatd. Matter In Cuaucery, ol s.iii i oirt. 

Will «<:li ai puiil.c HI. clou, to iL.r h;.:le«i 

cash bidder, on ihursday, ihe nmeieeuih (it'ih) 

day "i; leceait.er, l.'ibl, al eltvea ocl <:k lu the 

forvBOuc, at Ihe iront entrance lo the place of nola.ii,; 

►aid I It 1 1 ii.ocii. Third sirte.. ' ;. 

r.i :!. iti .'■ Miubcaobi, Ihe fi. 

vcitli. a i lie the I'vuniy 1.. y. 

-•'U.e o; il one... a^ io wii ; ioi numoer oue ilj aiu 

ih« east iw.i iti.rds ol lot r.umber iwo ,2] in i)l.>ck 

■ • - • r iir [-41. IU Rice A Irvine's 

iwu lu. w City] ul Bt. Pam: a.d 
uelUand lw*Uiin bI.K:k numter 
aix.y-Uuct iU,j, lu Ir.iue's eiilargemtul to Klct ^ Ir- 
V .ue s Addiiioo losi. Paul aforesaid, coiiit.ii nciug ai a 
poiulonv'Ha > ree- ..".-.'- i-.-. ^^m lhcjanri:oc of 
Ohk and &i. Aiilhoo . .-ewesteiiy. i araiicl 

w J) M. ABUiouy i _. uve Icel and eljfbl 

inohe* . tliance ao.uhi«riy, i«a.-a.iel wuh Oak street, 
Un ly feet , to. nee eaatc.ly, t'arall..l with Si. .\uUi «y 
4i--it. »• veaiy ' ••- — ana — inches ; then r 
i.,,ouO * fc.r-. • et to .lie jlace ol 

subject tu the 1.. . .; lorm.r owners to c 

stream ol Haicr Ui.rat^iruuah. and subject r.iwi to lue 
ll^ii al a ortalrt n.origage eXeciied by mi.! (.<eor>!e 
Vt . F. ;rriri»;lon ' ud aiihaAuu Fafriugii->ii to .San. ue I 
11. Audrcws iI oie said county ol i am.«e . ou Ue 
uei.ty !..-»; <-ay »: Ketiruary. lU the year ol our Lord 
o e ih lusau . ri^n. iitiudrcd aud 'itiy-*even ili^;j, to se- 
ciwe the paymeut of eleven hundre.d dollars and lute 

re^i, au't -il. c I J ,.p* 

cmlei^ lu bo .» :• ^ J 

Ihe record, ..1 . . , . „.i,iy of 

Jtamaey tiogeiuei wiUi»ii .ue oiuemems, nereaiiameats 
andappur.enaiices ibcrcuuio belonging, or in anywise 
appertiunin):. 
Si. I'aui. November 4, iwJi. 

J AMB8W. TAYLOR, 
Maater in Chauccry 
"-' — «M>T&-dUw6w 





1. T. D. UsARU. Plaluutf'a biiiicilor. 









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Heniocrat. 



dY THK PIONEKf! PKlNTINQ CO.: t 
:iKVBN DOLLARS A YEAR. ) 



HAiJST PAUL, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1861. 



4 NEW 8EBIEB — NDMBFhWTO 
) WHOLE NUMBEB. S3S0 



|lioncer He |icm0tral 

TrrJCIAC PAPKH OFTBB CITY AHD COUHTV. 

^. PAUL, THURfiDAY, DECEMBER 19. 



1 iTY NEWS 



sKE FOURTH PAGE. 



County officiate, except two thoasaod for 

advertising uureiieeraed lands, and fouri — 

thousand dollars lor tax sales. It U a no i Clostno of thk Eastern Mau. 
torioos fact, that printing the addition lote hereafter at q p m 

at thirty wnta per lot (the tax on them la , ^^'^'D °»»'' w»" Close nereaner at y p. m., 
only three cent?) will go considerably over until farther notice. 
{twotboa8aDddollar& itMcKeaty,&lau^j l>ec. l;^. CHAS, NICHOLS, P. M. 

I ttr, Marshall. Starkey and Pettes, and oth- ; 

: er addition men are cot sick of their bar; Thk Baggage and equipraento of Capt. 



lAter English Newt. 



gain by this time, it is surprising. Great | Brackett's (Javairy Company will be ship- 

is Wisconsin, and its tax law, lees, etc. p^j this morning. 

riie news by a later arrival is of the i The Town tax, rftate, School, &a, is «7700, 
^ making a total of $ly,495 25 or 34 2-3 



GOODHUB COUMTT FlKST IN THC FlBLD.'- 

I tion. B. N. McLaren, of Red Wing, is in 
The I the city, and has made arrangements to 
qoarter a fine company of about sixty men 
Irom Goodhue county, raised for the Filth 
Regiment. The company started from Bed 
Wing yesterday, and will be in St. Paul 
today, in charge of L. F. Hubbard, Esq., 
editor of the Republican, Honor to Good- 
hue. 



LATEST NEWS 
Bl lKLG(xKAFH 1^ 8T. PAUL 

tV i y S L O tV' S l.IIVE. 



Ke'W* from Washington. 



Ship Island is condemned by all classes of 
politicians. It was his individual act and 
mast therefore be regarded accordingly 



lutereatlns Southern Newa« 



LATER FEOM EUROPE! 



sauiti teour a4 previously reported, but no 
d'. tiuite action ot the governnieat 

oped. The excitement was unabated and conpin Legislature. At this rate we can't 
there had been a serious decline in consols, pay our share of the war expenses. L«t 

all Addition owners in Ht. Paul take warn 



Police Co0et. — Clement Fondul, ar-i a „„ u j-^ „/ ii.- a* u„„p „i.„.„t, .„;n 
-' 7' 7 mills. - Shade of Benjamin Franklin 1 arise i ^^^ j, ^^^ .^ Patterson for fast driving ' ' 

IS devei- anj jTJve some sound advice to the Wis | c__j ^c ...j *', offer for sale for a few days, at the store on 



Beitig-ereni Tone of the Papers, 



CONDiXiON OF £ii£ HEBEIL ARMY. 
Washington, Dec. 17. — A man came 
within (ieneral HeiDt2elman'8 Hoes today, 
who left for AlexuLd-ia in July for more; 
distant Soothern qoar-ers. lie stated that I REBEL ACCOUNT OF A BATTLE IS WK8- 
he had been iiviug ui Charlottesville lor TERN VlnOlNlA 

some time, and that ao rebel iroopa Lad j Fobtbim Mokro«, Dec. 17. --By a Hw 
recently gone sontb fiom the army ut the | q, truce to da^, we have received RicbmOBd 



LETTER FaOM OENERAL bOOTT. 



ing from oar unhappy Lot. 



J. 6. R. 



Vessels of war were preparing to sail for 

America, and the Administration bad is 

Buetl an order requiring all absent men to ] xhc N«vrs of the Arrest of ssmiton and 



return to their respective ?hip?. It wae re 
ported that Mr. AoAiia regards his recall 
BM inevitable General Hoott has written 
a conciliatory letter that is having a good 
etl'trct on pabiic sentiment. 

The tiippaot tone assumed by some peo- 
ple is dipcussing the possibility ol a war 
with England, at a time when the whole 
resuurcw: ot our Government are scarce 
ly sufhcicut to suppre.=^ a domes- 
tic insurrection, strikes us as some 
thing akin to uadniss. A calm con 



iiilldell 111 England. 



was fined i^5 and costs'. , „., . , ^ ^ , * i -jut i. \ir 
i Third street, lately occupied by Joseph W 

The ladies of Stillwater and vicinity i Prince, one door above Whitney's Dagner- 
have organized a society lo knit stockings ' rean Saloon, an assortment of fancy articles, 
and mittens, for tne Minnesota volunteers, j suitable for the season and the approaching 
and are busily engaged. Vbb good work is holidays. Sale commencing Friday, De- 
going bravely on. I oember 20th. 



papers oi yesterday. 

The Richmond H'hty has & lew addition- 
! al particulars of an attack on Edward 
Johnson's lorces at Camp Allegheny. 
I The Feder tis were reported 5,000 strong 
i The tight began at 7 a. m. and lasted seven 
! hours, wbcu ihu rebels were repuuKrU. 

The W7(((7 says the Conlederates lo3t 25 



THE EFFECT ON THE MONEY MARKET. 



{ Ma. Garrett has opened a first class 



JbtUSLNJESS t.OC!AL,S. 



The London limes ol the 28lh ult., in its restaurant in the Amphitheatre Building, I j^jga yj^nY GoooHTJiawialieB to take a claaa 
leading article, says the reception ot the i where all who visit this place of amusement ' of young Ladies in Dkawino and PAiNxiNii. 
news of the arrest of Mason and Slidell | can be accommodated with everything in Itoom uext door to the Pio.nkkk and Dkmocbat 
created an indescribable eflect in the city, I his line. Fhe t)e8t brands olliqnors will be ' '*®'^® 
and the tuods instantly fell one per cent. — found at his bar 
The Times adds: 



Although no one in the city to-day has 
l)een able to conceive it possible for any 
United States warrant to be served on board 



Terms $10 for 26 leaaons. 



A Problem. — A grocer in Winona is 
said to have a pair ol balance scales with 
but four weights, and with them he is said ] ''^'P* «^ ^^'^"^ Oysters, which he i. prepared 



Pbksh OT8TKR3— Capt. Qeo. Beuz, (Union 
Hotel) annoQucea to his old customers and the 
public generally, that he is now in daily re 



Potomac, but dorini,' the lost three weeks 

two Georgia regiments bad been added to 

itj that sickness in the army was great, 

•" — and average from -MaLu^ieas and Ceutre- 

Nkw York, Dec. 17. — The steamer Jura [ ville a cartload ol iuvt.lids a day, conveyed 

arrived at Portland this morning from Liv I *® *'»« hospitals at Cburlottesville 

erpool the 5th and Londonderry the 8lh. I ^^^^ ^^'^^^ ^ REPORT. 

Cotton declined lali^-d in a week. Sales' yf^^»otos,Dec.XJ.-~Ti7ius,' JM^patch ,,,.,, ,, ,„ 

^r tu^ u ^ I OA AAA u 1 mi. I — the House post efface committee unani-i killed and 80 wounded, and that the Fede 

of the week only 29,000 bales. The mar-' ^ously de.idcd to mi oducc u bill to abo.-, er.ls carried awuv their wounded and left 
ket at one time was nearly 2d lower bnt jgh the franking privilege. The committee , iK) to 100 dead b;xiie8 on the lield. 
*'ii 1 . n ^ 1 , ' have also concluded tC' grant no further pri- Johnson's lorce was I,5oO. and after tlw 

Breadstidls steady; provisions steady; viieges m the case of widiers' letters, other battle he was remlorced by two additional 
Consols 9034a89;«. 1 he excitement rela, ib^Q tij^t uow given- that ol sending their regiments. 

tive to the great adair continued unabated, letters without prepayaicnt. It was known in Richmond this roorninjr 

h^Tand uTJul d^Clve """ °^°^^' PICKETS DRIVEN IX -COST OF WESTERN I that a commi.-.oner had arriv.^ in this 
neavy ana unseuea inan ever GUNBOATS. i country from the British Government, to 

coilniredrrre'nr^tsrie?^^ H.W. Z..,.^.. -This p. m. the pickets ' ^^^^^^^^ regard to the ca. of Mason a«l 

■im/,iS .u. ll'!I!?„. *uf J!!!.u!_.: : and many of them were killed. j fe learn that in the rebel Congress on the 

The Secretary of War has submitted to ! ^^^•^) "enry C. Burnett and Judge Mou- 
Congress a statement of Quartermaster ^oe were sworn in as Senators from Ken 



ioet had ordered ;the seizure ot the Sootberu 
(Commissioners even under the protection of 



a British ship for the capture of peaceable , t. be able to weigh any number of pounds. 1 \° "'"^"^ ,f '^' '"^ P"°' °' ^?, ^'''''' ^" 
• • ■ • "^ ■ • ' o J f 'dozen. His Ueatauraat Rooma will compete 



.id„«ioo „f what . war with K»,U.ud pj«„ge. oo. oh.rg.d wUh .^^^^ «^,„,,,„. „, ,^„, „,, ^-"-TZ :7Z::::^'Z 



means, ad we are now situated, and how it 
can t>e honorably averted, striken us as more 
becoming, and likely to lead to better re- 



ault8, than the spirit ot bravado so rife | nations of the world generally. On the 

among the unretiecting class of the commu- ! other hand, should the proceeding ue found 

mtv Our confidence in the eood sense of "'^questionably illegal, there will be no lim- 
mty. uur connaence in int gooa sense o. -^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^,^^^ ^^-^^^^ ^^^ country wil 

the Governments^f both nations, and of j respond to the demand tor the requisite 
tlie people, leads us u> believe that the diffi- I means (or obtaining instant satisfaction, and 
cuUy will be settled without war. Should upholding the commcu principles that reg- 
a war, however, be the result, a prophet of j ^^t^^f^'l^** '*'''^^' P^^^^^'^ 'he intercourse ot 
less honor than Mr. Skward might sufnly 



crime, the cabinet will be fully supported , , . , • , . 

even in tolerating that act, provided it can , ?«^« ^^'"^ °"^ to solve it,-who can do it 
be shown to be in conformity with the re- 1 iti this city? 
ciprocal law between the two nations, or the 



[iredict such disasters to our country as have 
Hcver yet be^'n conceived by the most de« 
sponding. The complete success of the 
South rn rebellion — the annihilation of our 
tH'minerce —the slaughter ot an hundred 
thousand men — the beggary of the people 
by &Sl^ years of taxation — is what is meant 
by u wur with England. 



Staort ••■•Ion ot tlie I<«j^slatarc. 



mankind 

In the same article, in noticing large 
purchases of saltpetre, on account ot the 
I Federal government, aoi of cannon, ritles, 
&c., the Tivies acks the English govern- 
ment to summarily prohibit the clearance 
of such contrabands of war. 

A panic upon the stock exchange was 
the immediate consequence, during whi^h 
there was a heavy general fall, both in 
stocks and shares. In the first instance 
the event was regarded as a casus belli, and 
much indignation wa.« exptessed at the al 
leged atTront to the country ; but subfee- 
qnently it was perceived that though the 
circumstances of the seizure may bn cal- 
culated to excite strong fteliugs, the com- 



Foa THK Fifth. — It will be s en by an 
advertisement in another column, that Col. 
Crooks has tuily determined to fill aud take 
comuiand of a company in the Fifth Regi- 
ment. Persons wishing to enlist in the 
service, cannot go under a more proficient 
comuaMdev. 



fipeak fur themselves. Uive him a call, decolm 

belf-sealiag Diamond Photooiupus, tweutj- 
five fur One Dollau, at 

WHryXEY'S GALLERY. 



I berinuuiMti'irai ti-ecurd fur IMU. 

KKri BT B. U. BiUVa, tUlKH lirilKET. 



UaOMBIR. 



6±.». 



» 


8uaday 


■a 


'J 


.V^aiij 


il 


10 


1 ucwlay 


36 


11 


\\ eaaTiijMV.. . 


b 


11 


ThtiMdajr 


2t 


13 


Krla»> 


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u 


.smirdiy 


M 



Ofk kob^kvada. — We understand there 

I IS tumdity ^/ 

is a company now forming in the city to go | |S tJJ"' j*/.* ^■ 

overland to Nevada, as soon as the season I is Mon4ay ai 

will permit. We have heard it intimated 
that the caut^e of thin departure to that 
region, is on account ut the lute news 



ItM. 

87 
tb 

n 

44 
44 

41 
♦ti 
40 
44 
37 



4 P.M. L0WB81 KING!. 



S6 

44 

a 

36 

42 
4:> 

Hj 
45 

47 
46 
4l 



13 

M 
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U 
14 
2U 

18 
25 

a8 
IX 



GEO. M. HASKELL & LADV, 

, (LAflC vr HKV TUKX UITT,) 

. L I J J .u . i L • i:>vit!;a&oi.u s ai.utii, 

from hngUud, and the prospect ot having r.or. Third an ■ \V8b«.h»ws«.. clfall. 

to shoulder a musket pretty soon. I R«?'erl) Mnaara i>»ily « Hjde.-, fur l>ta"erg, Third 

'^ *' titrecM, e>t. Pau, and Mrs. U.<v. Aiex. Kaaaey. 

.M A 1) h. 



The Nurtbtleld 'iWf^rapA aiivucateri u ehurt 
■etaton for the comioK L/egislature. That will 
be tii^reeable tp all the coaatitiieuta. Make the 
Beseien as short as practicable and lessen ex- 
peo sea. -^/u/c Atu>$. 

We fully endorse the above. All the reports j niaoder of the Feduraf vessel might po8?i 
of the execnlive departments will be pr.nved ^,1 ^^^^^^ gg-j^j ^ ^ ^^^ ^^^■^^.^l j^ , 
and upoo the desk.s of membAraatthe opeam>r ! • •'. . ^ *. ^ » . i x i 

of the segsion greatly faciiitatiDg business ; 1 "g°t8 of the government. A calmer feel 
•Dd if the Lesislatare shall so will it, the ses- j iug thereupon prevailed, 
siou need not be long.- -Si. Paul P,t»». i -j-^^ ^^^r further says it "was impossible 

" And if the Legislature shall so will it," \ ^^ ^^^„^^^^ ^^^j^^ ^^ ^^^^.^ ^^^^.^^ ^^^ 



Whkrk TBS Papers oo. — We have been 
puzzled lately to know who takes the papers 
from the doors ot our bubscribers along 
Jackson street. We blamed the oew.-i-boys 
ot taking them, but yesterday morning our 
curiosity was satisfied on seeing a stray 
goat take several papers Irom the doors and 
devour them. This we consider rather 
goatish. Where's the police? 



I' A i' S 



1 U O It .> K K. df..-lj d-f 



i\JiW AUVJiKTlcjJiMKiNTb. 



100 



^QLA. tiUGAK HOUSE 

■ YKUJf, ou l.»nil aaa for Sa e, ow , a 

J. C. * ii. o. iiL'KKANk A 4'0. 



80 

UmUI t:s, til 



BBLS. A HALF BBLS HONE\ 

sVKLiP — A Choi K ariici<!, U.r ^»le at iow 
J. C. A li. C. iiLiiUA.Mi. A CU. 



170 



is the point opoa which the question of a 
long or short "ession will depend. That 
the ne«-eiH<ary legislation of the State can 



latioDs, ' owing to the Licitement. 
The Chro^iiide says : 
Consols were down and saltpetre went 



be etfected^in thirty day^, no one will doubt; op ; all the put)lic secnrKies fell in valoe. 



AMf uiTUKATRE. — The first perlormance 
of the season name olT last bigot. The 
house was crowded, and every one seemed i 
pleased with the performances. The short i 
space ot time allowed the proprietor to ar 



KliQS SUGAR HOUSE. 

UOi.OKM and AiiiiKR .SVKI 1', a on ilea 
I J. C. A H 0. ULKbANA A Co. 



20 



BBLS. STUART'S BEST UONEY 

slKUl', a chuKe ar.icle lur laule u-e, it 

J. U. A U. C. liUaiiA^a. A OO. 



a neutrui Hag. He is quite ignoraui ol the ^^--'^~ ' a^klogTbe ea'r'ly VpVopnaTio^n '"^^y, which State has just been admittH 

be- 
opes 
ition 
ot the que&tiou, wkether the pridoners were 



decision ol his government, but says u is ,. ^, ,„wi'nn w ° ■ . ^ -.^r -r- . . Oonfedpraov 

necessary to preserve good relations be- «' *!'^*J WO to complete and P''>^ ^^^ tbe , to the Confederacy 

tween America and England, and hopes guB , boats, morti.rbo8.t3 and tug boats ol L,,^0P;.^_m^i:>';-/^w ^'l^s of South Cw 



both governments will wrree on a soE the Western flotilla, sj that they may not i ol'"* '^ exceedingly ill. 

Doin governments will agree on a aojut'on ^^ ^^,,^y^j ^^ ^^^ j^;^^.^ ^^^.j ^be ioterrup- ! A^ie following telegrams are from late 

contraband or not tion of navigation by ice. i Southern papers: 

If they were agents ot rebels, he says it ^^"tate. that the iJi,500.000 appropri- NEWS FROM MEMPHIS. 

will be difficult to convince even impartial *ted by Longre^-s at As last sessiou is sulii- j Mkmphib, ;»ec. 14 — I hree thousand 
minds, that they were less contraband ol cie"t only for the cunt^truction, equipment i federal troops at Paducah marched to Vi- 
war than rebel soldiers or cannon : and maintenance of seven of the gunbuatf, I enna I'uesday and burned some bwellingp, 

la conclusion, Gen. Scott expresses the ' ^"'^ w'«lio»t expressing any opinion as to j lumber piles Ate. 'ihey returned to Pa- 
conviction that war between America and ^^^ o^^'tssity of the fleet ordered to be built , ducab, but made no attack ou l«ort Beau- 
England, without more serious provoca- t>J ^^Q- j^ ftiuiom, ht thinks the Govern- 1 regard. 
tion than at present given, ib impossible. '"^""t is bound to pay t,.r them, aud it arm- 1 All quiet at Columbus, Kentucky. 

ed and equipped and well mounted, they, Jtn. Ihompsou recently surrounded a 
will add to the strength of the army in the party of Federals, guarding a bridge be- 
west and the succtas of the expedition in- tween Charlcstown and Birds Point, kill- 
tended to open the Mississippi. \ ing lour and capturing two of the bridge 

FORTIFICATIONS AlJD COAST DBFEN- ' g^&^d. 
CES I 

j Memphis, Dec. 13.— At Columbus, Ky., 
The report of Chief Engineer Barnard, there was a great commotion yesterday. 

3 ins bePn SUbmi'.ted t<1 Cnnon-^i: Kb I U/AFO twn^r^a Uar,a Vxco.^ car,* t« tl^^ D 



The London Sf-tr thinks General Scott's 
letter will receive a^i hearty u response in 
England as a message ol peace. 

The Tivies says Gen. S6ott, like his 
countrymen, is rather inclined to disavow 
a conception oi outrage than repudiate ft. 

It is reported that rebel and Federal 
privateers are cruising at the entrance of' has jus 



the Knglish Channel. 



to Congress by | More troops have been sent to Gen. Boweu. 



Gen. Cameron, show? that the defences at Felicianna, and also a regiment to 



It is said admiralty ordered two ships around Washington C'^nsists of forty works, 
to proceed immediately to the ^V'esc Indies j mounting 3U0 guns ; ibat the whole deleo- 
and act as convey to mail steamers. | ces occupied, are ab^ut thirty^five miles. 

The Pi«ris correspondent of the i^ai/y exceeding by several miles the famous 
i\>ws, says Slideil's dispatches were en- i works on Torres Vedas. The most exten 
trusted to his wife as he was leaving the I sive lortihcatioo ol this kind known in 
Trent | modern limea Gen. liarnard asks the ap-' 



Union City. 

J be Ft^erals at Cairo have changed 
their policy ; none are allowed to leavij 
there ; all communication has ceased. 
Government transports are idfetn the day 
time and busy ai night. 

It IS supposed by those in high otficial 



The Paris Pal»i« learns tiiat the San I propriaiion of §150,IUU from Congress tor ! quarter, that the Federals are moving an 
Jacinto in November searched a French, j the completion ot tuese works. , imuieuse lorce to ieuueticee river to cut off 



OAA WHOLE, HALF ic 

tj\J\J BOXb-S KAihiiN.s, cru, ori8i)l, a 



but that it (tt^/ be done in that time is quite I and at Lloyd's, insurance on vessels to i range and fit op the buildint', will be an | 



J. O « :l (J. 



QUS. 

MUatfAMK AGO. 



another thing. ' ^^'^ ''"*'™ America became tor a time, ] excuse for all inconvenience 

r » . / *.. , „ ,,• ,. ». I impossible, unless at very high rates. The 

Just bttom the annual assembling ol the I :__^u^„a-„l-j *- .u- u_:/:.,i. u.- 

l.<egi!>iature, we have always noticed in the 



pressts of the State an earnest desire for a 
short session, but tor all that, the extreme 
limit of the law is generally reached before 
•0 adjournment takes place, and we shall be 
Very much durprised if it is not the case 
this year. 

'rUe V^rMUlle OlDarr. 



insult offered to the British flag appeared 
.to be re&ented by high and low, rich and 
poor. 

'Ilie Pltws, in its money article, alter 

speaking of the etlect upon the funds says : 

Opinion difiered in the widest possible 
degree as to the probable results ot the at- 
tair, some persons regarding it as an abso 
lute casus IdU, and others as at ontorto* 
nate incident which will yet be amicably 
arranged. In quarters where the latter 
The Maokato Recur<' of last week, con- ^>*w ^as entertained, however, the gravity 



125 



PACKAGES ASSORTED 



Assault on a 



I T^..^amui i lirOD, ali uuw crop, foraui ' ai prlo«4 .o •nil 

Lady. — About seven iiie uuies, ai j c * h. c. atKii^KA a i o. 



tftins a description, not at all flattering, of 

Special Indian Agent Geo. E. H. Day, Esq., 

ol St. Anthony, and his operations among 

the aborigines. We copy one paragraph : 

Our citi/.eDs will remember that during a 
tew dayn' sojoain in tbi^^ place, he took an j.?- 
tjve part in prayer meeticgs, pettifogged a 
eai^e of selling whiitkey to an Indian, and de- 
tivered an address to the Sabbath School chil- 
dren— all of which demonstrate a happy fac 
ulty' possessed by Day of Huiting himself to 
any and every occasion. 

Notwithstanding the above evidences of 
versatile genios, often so necessary in fron- 
tier life, the Record says : 'We do not think 
the government interests require his further 
attcntioa, and bis services may safely be 
dispensed with.'' This is a strange con- 
clusion. HT «o 



of the event was generally admitted. 

Of the effect in Paris the Siar says, "the 
BoQfse was considerably excited by the 
American news," and there was a fall in 
rents of rather more than ou-halt per cent. 



o'clock last evening, on Wabasha w street,, a o/w ASSORTED TOBACCO, C 
near the Market, a ladv was violeu' ly asx ' ^^^ pnsiDgaii iheiavome bratds, ai 

saulted and knocked down by two mffiins, 

one of whom waa a negro, who was sabse 50 ^'^''''^^ DuBOlS BEST 
quently arrested aud taken to thecal-iboose j ^ 

The white man escaped but the police arej 

after him. 



COM- 

CO. 

CAST 



.^iliKl. A-\(iS. . Uc, 
So d()/«U K«U UlVci- AXiCe, 



boxaa aaaorted aLlliO TACKs. flmi .luatity, ai 

J.c. au c. atuBAjiiK j uu. 



50 



I.oid John RiUAcll anil Mr. Adauin. 



Nobody Hurt. — I he holders of tea, 
coffee, powder and brimstone, were very 
mach friehteced ou Tue:>day looming, on 
reading the late news Irom Kngiand. Some 
of the grocers placed au advance of fife 
' cents on tea, one and two ceL;ts on coffee, 
two cents on sugar, two cents on powder, 
and we don't know how much on brimstone. 



GRANT'S PATENT FANNING 

JilLLS, tar tiale .^l miU'.lacii;rr.r'ii urices, at 
J.i:..l H. • .BLKBA.Vk A Cu. 



150 



BoXbiS W. R. CHEESE, A 

pruiit: artlele, al low Lgur^a, ai 

J. C. A U.C. u^UiiAMi At J. 



ALARGK STOCK OF FINE LI- 
•^Joria »ud I.IOaKS, viUinti woo vr ai ) rioft 
iiukt iriii luaurc quicli ualtui, ai 

J. O. A U.C. BUKBAKE A Li . 



From tb« Loudou Ciircaiclt. Sov. 23 

The following important statement 



!s 



Letter 

STATISTICS 



froMi Supertor City. 



OK MIKINU !JPlCRA'rIO^S— TAX 
SALK8, &C. 



« i> 4i49lIPKRIOH, LaKK SrPKRIOR, I 

Dec. 14, 18til. ( 

To Ih* tilifrt of thf Pioneer uii'l Deniwrtil : 

I band yon a few extracts from the On 
touagon Lake Superior Miner, of 23d Nov., 
showing the copper shipments of the On- 
tonagon District for I86I. The Minnesota 
mine shipped 3,760,300 ponrds, equal to 
1880 tons 800 lbs. The National, 1,868.197, 
or 934 tons 196 lbs. The Mockland, 938,- 
03 1, or 4C0 tons 34 lbs. The entire ship- 
ments ot the thirteen mines were 6,920,731 
ibs, or 3460 tons, 731 lbs. The report of 
the National mine states that the average 
number of miners ending Aogust I was 
147 men ; average wages per month, $33.75. 
The average nnmber of mining and surface 
laborers was 96, and their wages $2606 
per month. Sevepteen carpenters, ftngi" 
nevfs and smitlu, at $37.18 per month, and 
13 men at stamps and washoboose, at $22.- 
10 per month. Dividendsjpaid $80,000, or 
$4 per share. Amoont of available assets 

over liabilities, $70,728.99. The propeller 
Getteral Taylor left Ontonagon November 
2l3t tor Detroit and Cleveland, with 234 
tons ot copper, and expected some 160 tons 
more at other ports. The Taylor has car- 
ried from Ontonagon in 1861 nearly 1150 
tons ot copper. The schooner Ford arriv 
ed November 21 from Superior City, with 
100,000 ieet ot lunber and other freight, 
and the schooner Neptune, also trom Supe- 
rior City, with 80,000 feet of lumber, fur- 
niture, fresh meats, Ac. The Neptune vis- 
ited Eagle Harbor and returned to the 
Dock in Superior December Oth. The Bay 
of Superior is still open. 

The County Board of Superior levied a 
County tax of $11,789.15. Of this, one 
tbooaaad doiiars goes for roads and bridges, 
and the bal«oee is divided among th« 



said to have been made on the authority of 
the Confederate CommissioQecb, wlio are at 
present in this country : — 

The law officers ol the Crown have giv- 
en their opinion that the Nasbvilk;, "being 
a regular commissioned ship of war," of 
the Confederate States, is entitled "to re* 
pair and refit" in British ports. Mr. Ad- 
ams, the Minister of the Federal governs 
ment 1ms heen wa) ned by Lord John Russell 
that the stopping and overhauling of any 
royal mail packet by any federal ship'of wai 
will he considered as an insult to the British 
Jlag, and, shordd bloodshed ensue, as a casus 

qttli, 

HAHTFOKD 
Fir© Insurance <Jonip*v 

OF HAKTFOKD, (JoNN. 

CAPITAL AND SURPt.US, OVKR »9og,S(X) 

INCOKFORATBO IN 1810. 
T. C. ALLV.V. Sec'ir H UUNTI.NUTOX, PrWl. 

Tbe biuinea* oi ihin Oompaay has been carried on 
•ucoeMfully for OVKR HaI.F A CENTTTRY. 

Devoted eieluslreU .o Fire IncuraDoe, and exempt 
from the dl8»ater« aod mlalortunes too otten attendiog 
a Marine basinegg the. HaRTOED, with iccreaaeUcap- 
Ual and reeourre' .• itjtin'u^a to afford indecunltj against 



wuis- 



BBLS, ASSOIiTED 

K.KYS, for ."-ale., luw, ^i 

J.C. « Ji o. kmhbank *oo. 



300 

The dry Goods dealers even placed three \ 

cents advance on calicoes. We heard a la- V^^ WILL FIND ONL OF THE 

A l..\liUfa.tii aad HK.Sl lelecied 6ioekorUKui:i!:.. 

dy conirratulatiniT herself because she had U"* ">'^« *«»'»'"»« warobooee or 

. , , . ., deolS*. J. C. * U. C. IJLKIJA.NK A CO. 

been so lucky as to buy a dress on Monday, — 
before the rise of cotton goods. Yesterday U 
morning, however, placed our market quo 

tations about where Ihey were three days 
ago. 



E 



M O 



John Lamb at Poolesvillr. — "Raisins," 
of the Stillwater Messenger, writes a? fol- 
lows of one cl our old townsmen : 

Lamb, christened John, lately of St. Paul, 
has arrived. He is the iadividual the boys used 
to give ^Hail Columbia' to, sa otteu, at Fort 
8nelliDg. Bat of course 30a kuow him; any 
one who don't know Johu Lamb don't know 
the man that took ua in aud fed us, aud gave 
u.'4 beef, and pork, and potatoes, and su^ar, and 
dried applets, aud ench. We used to think he 
didn't do the fair thing, but we had just cume 
from home, then; now, how oar months water 
occasiunally for the good things Lamb gave as 
dailjr. All the boys were glad to see Lamb-- 
intuitively they thought of a thanksgiving din- 
Der,every day in the week for all time to come, 
but we have n't seen them yet. Mr. Lamb de* 
signs going into business at Poole8viIle — may 
he get sutler's prices and have lota ol custom 
era. 



V>uba?e RKMoVFO iir nt .c>; or ».EATIIKK, FJNU- 
INUU, clADUI.tCKY, llABUWAKK. Ac. to ibe corner 
uf Tbiid aud SI. . «:)=r tiireeiH, Uini Luiiier ueiow ibe 
I>reaU}terirn s barrb, wher* we <ihKU btf liapp> to see 
all b'lvernul g>x>di), lu our :>ue. 

dcoitf.iw VALK 4- JAMPtKLU. 



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Tbe iiuderelgnad turltet hm felloWHtiti^ent tojoiahlm 
IN RaHINO a 0OMP.4.KV KOR TUV. FIFTH 

RKiilMKNt. 
All fi,eu will be u.D9l'-red lu at oace, aud tbere wUl be 
Qo delay in DflnclLig the Oonpan; to ^ eondttioa orelS- 
ciency . 



Danish and Fortugn-sse vessels. These 
tacts says the Patru are of some import- 
ance, as proving that the Washiiigtou Cab- 
inet fancies it has power to exercise the 
right of search to it» lull extent. 

Speculations Ir .m France reprcdeut pre> 
dominate tone ot leeiing us fitvurable to a 

recoueiliutiou between Englaud and Amer- REPORT OF 'IHE INVESTIGATING COM 
ica. 



Secretary Cameron fans a so submitted | communication with Bowling Creen. 

to Congrtrfs a rtpuri 10 lavor of an appro^ 1 • 

priatiuu ol $4,710,000 tor putting our j Habrisbirq, Lee. 17. — 1 he subject of 
coaiL deienoeo in oiuer, Irom the Lakes the defences of Philadelphia is being urged 
around to San Frant'isco. A large por upon the national goveromeni by Governor 
tion oS which is to be devoted to defences Curiin. He is also actively engaged in 
oi New York Ilarbo*. ! pre[>jring arm-' for State defense. 



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MUTEE. I C U P FE R A N D F E S T I V AL . 

V an VVyck's Investigating Committee to ' xte Ladiea 01 the central preabytenan • hwch wai 
inquire into Government contracts, Suy, in """""'n ">ei fnPDd.ii'. 
tbeir repoit, they bave examiued 265 uer> INQtRSOLL'S HALL, 

sons. The report tmbruces 1100 pages, **•* ^"""*'^'' ''***" ^- 
and tbeir laborti are lar Irom beiug 6Lii8h 



AT BlL PAtT ;SVBS oV'L'pCK 

It la liop04 ibai itae frlead* of be Lhorob 



"7 _„ ----- ^ .-,^,„u- I jiu uop«« inaiiaeirteaasoi be thorcb wUl.wl 

ed. Ihey propose to posh the inVCStica- e»e<P'»'J° patron. /e Uua uuderi»kiD». a, It b a 

finn ■ciiTurniiBlr on nno- aa il^^r, „. 5 n^n yea.-a aUc" ihey have b.-en cailtd upon for 

lion Vigorously, so oug as tney aie de- nbuuou» m iui» lorm. 



It 18 reported that the French minister at 
Washing tun reported to bin guvernment a 
retusal on the part of the Washington cai- 
ioet to deliver up despatches addressed to 
the French consuls at (Juarieston aud New 
Orleans. 

Ho.-^tile demoustrationa were made in va« 
rious parts ot EugiiuU on the occasion 0/ i i^uded°by'pub!icTLier"'e^ur.' 
the departure of an Armstrong gun thence -^^q ^Uair of the steamer Cataline was 
tor Canada. thoroughly sifted. There was a great con- 

In the Italian Chamber 01 Deputies, Hict in the evidence is tu what would be a 
Ratuzzi explained the failure ot negotia- f^ir price for a charter aud the cost oi run- 
tions reUtive to Rome, stating that he was un,™ \^^^^ 

convinced the Frencd government wished i he Committee e-sceciaiiy call attention x.oo.,..uuenoeoi •.. 
to terminate its occupation ot Rome, and to the agreement be ween the Secretary of i-owi.EK^o'r ioV. 
was a sincere Iriend to Italy. , ^^e Nav, and Mr. Morgan fur purchasinjr \ "K^Ta.'^al'.o'ir-.^'o; 



Ul.wltboui 

bM& 
cos 

iha lAdies ei g.iie to di their utmoft to t ake Uie 
Khoie afl«ir pasa iff pj> asaatly 

Tickaia&octnia. To be bad a: Comba and Merrill'* 
BO('k r<t'.ies, iieo W. Farrlntion'a, W. r 4 J. B W* 
sun'a, H. >i .rviu'a. i>a> « Jenka', Poltoos, lionald 
kon A Okdtn'a and I'bompaoii A arotbt r... aasAera. 

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_ , - , — ^lavj ana jar. Morgan . 

Latkft, via LoMJONDKaav — An admi- yts^ela for the (iovernmenu 



re- 

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ralty notice, was issued yesterday requiring ifag Committee nest debated themselves 
all men absent to return immediately 10 to the subject ol tiie purchase of arms 
their respective ships. Ihe iron elad Irigate ; Yht extraordinary demand tor them, r< ' 
Warrior is ooaung fur service 00 North , guHJug from tbe conspiracy to overthro 
American coast it needed. ^^^ y^^-^^^ ^^^ j^^^^^j ^^ ^^ extraordinary , 

1 here was quite a rise yesterday in sugar expenditure, aud exciting the cupidiiv ol 
and saltpetre. No charters are uow being 1 Urge numbers of persons, both in EuVopc ! 
taken tor American vesdels. ! ^^ America, h.^^ op« ned this system of un. i 

several ot the morning papers have lead , precedeaLed ^peeuiai.on. Tne lioverument I 
ers on Mr. Bright -recent speech. ba« beeu the victim 01 u*t>re ihau one coo-, 

ILe lims says, let Americans judge by \ gpiraey, and rcmarka''>le couibinatirns have 
the speech ol her greatest admirer, how l.i- ^^^ ,ormed to rob the treasury. The pro- ' 
tie cau be said lor her ouiruge upon a , fUg on tbe sale ol anas to the Oover.imeoti 
fneudly, though neutral, Rovernmeot. i have been enormous, aud r.alued too ml 

LivBRPOor, Dec. 6tb. Warlike prtpara- | many instances, even by our own ciiuens. 
tions continue to be made A considerable through a system ol brokerage as uuprin- 
oumber of Uoops ara undei ordera to leave 1 cipled and dishonest us nnlrierdiv to the! 



ItijaoLBei^uenoe o( '.be large eoii8uBip,lon ul UOK 
"■'"""" ■ rernment and toe recent ad vanoa 

utideraltn^d ARenti have r» 
Irom b«Mk|u«rier« ui adTioce tW'.> 
ceutaper fi). iipun Rifit;. Canl tt^r aud Blif.lug pjwdei . 
B. Pi-hLKV, AKcTDta 
For K I. OoriiiiT, Oa >iiioi;Rt A Co. 
ItM-'l.iia BKAUi'HE.AiteaU 
d eli-t Jaal For La&in A Muilii at. Luu-a, Mo 



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F F A L O 

Fur Sate l> 

dtca. 

.NORTHWESTERN 



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A H. «! 



BCRBAXK A CK)., 

L7wer Lseee. 




fkotory. 



R Ji M O V A L 



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for ('anada. 



success and welfare ot the nation as the 



The steamer Persia has been chartered by ; pioiuug of actual treason. 



the Government as well as the Australa- 
sian. 

The London Daily Neios thinks if the 
American Government will treat the diffi 
culty in tbe spirit General Scott urges, war 
may be averted. 

'i'be American shipping interest is already 
disastrously afTected. _ _ 

LowDo.s-. Dec. 6tb It is reported that j pjjes and say that in the" Wwtern'Bepart 

Office ID Fieiio .« Hi.«k, ibird ttreet. where r,jo/uiu i **'"• -^^ams regartis his rccall as inevitable. | juj^t, espc-cialiy, requisitions have supplied 

wtuber«o«i»ednoinio.A.ii..tiiuj..ii. Several leadiug Pans papers blaoid the j t^J^. p| ^^;^. ^j ^.^oiracia. The Committee sav 

English Government for having yielded to , that m the purchase ol cattle there has 
the pressure of public opinion as represent- , been gross mismanagement and in the pur- 
ed merely by Manchester and Liverpool , ^.^jage of hur?es and wagons, &c,t hey Gnd 



The Govetumeut a^d the several States 
entering iLe market in active and duect 
competition, stimnlat ing it is true to some 
slight extent aod temporarily, the iroporla» 
tiou and mauuiaciure of arms, but scarcely 
compensating tor a general protiigacy in 1 
the expenditure of the public treasure. 

The Committee exiimined icto army sup- 



decl9 l«r 



o 



WH . HKOOKS. 



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Attention the Whole I 



F«ti«w-'"mrK.st— Native atid adoiucrt— Auf-ntino 1 
T< ur strongeat feeUogaof patriotism are now enlisted 
to iJiud)wn tbe rebetUoa axalDB; our g.oriaui lulon— 
that Uniou whose liberty U yi.ur birth riglrt, aud who 
h^a reeelred yon with open arms to b«r free tnstltu. 
h« vs. in 18 your aid to put dowu this tehell on, 
i._:t r.i^^\.:^~^ „_J •*. .."1 ..L i and yJu dekire to be ready, in case of ne«d, to 

knit Stockings and mittens-not from the | ,,^,;^,„«,„ „j foreign de.p.tt.«. ic»iion,ou 



The Editor of the Saint Peter Statesm 
vian has found out, in some way, how to '">"" 



losior damage bj 6ri o bulliliaga, merchandise and 1 iadies Of COOrse — wbich may be a leSSOn ' 'o iiieaiaimy Mall, No. 4, Lamberi'a Block, 3d story, 



other property, 
myll-dly 



U. W. AKMtiTKONU, 
Office in Xackabtit's BiUlding, 3d sL 



WUOLKSALE DEALKR3 IS 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 



for some ol oar ladies, who propose getting 
up a Knitting Society : 

How TO Emit Mittkks for Soldiers.— The 
following guide will be found useful to many 
of the ladies who are engaged in kuitting mit- 
tens for Soldiers : 

Cast 20 stitches on each needle; knit 25 rows 
ot ribbiog, and 2U rows plain. Tueu take lUe 
20 stitches that are npon one needle and knit 



on Saturday eronlnc theilat loatant, at T r. u., to place 



The lubgcribem haduc Ueniovvd thslr " Murth* 
« Astern liaroess Xanitractory" to Kdgarton'a Block. 
(a-stdo*r t) the Bauk.) are prepare! to oStirtoibe 
pn'illo lUe beet «saiirla,«!UL to be found lu ihlarity ot 

UAKNK&i, SAWnl.F.S, TRUNKh. WUIii«. 
BLAKKKT8, 

And all other articles uoiially fonod in a first ataat 
Harness .Vuuutaotury. 

All kia4s "t work in uur IIq« made to order %at re- 
pairiug auue nub ueaineas and dispaich. 

M.B. All work learbic our shop is Warranimi ta*-* 
as repreaeated , aad ue are delei miuo* itut iw l>« <ui 

derscM by auy houRe lu the Nortiiwesl. 

LOVK A XAUIU.. 
^^1 ^t Panl. De c ember 11. ISCl. 

1 t y bakery. 

JACK.bON 8Tii£KT, 
ETWKK.V VIFTH AND SIXTH STS.. 81. 



and ior having acted too hastily in the g^at irrejruiarities 



Trent affair. 



What the British GoTernnieiit 
ivili do 



New York, Dec. 18. — Col. Mulligan Wood, trom his own declarations , made 
bad a public reception at the City Hall to- himself an instrnmer t for plundering the 



day. 

The Evening Post learns from Commer- 
cial letters of tbe highest character from 
London, that tbe British goverument pro 



••AlL. 

The Subscriber, thanklui for pastfarors. respectToilj 
.uUouiMMs M th- etdsens of (k. faul and TicinltT, tl.s( 

e keeps > . . ,tii baud a lar. e kupply ul (retji 
hard aod S' ->. AUo. Hre»a and i.ase«. 

Mercbaui^ — ^ . .eamboMa wiii be suppUed en rea 

The Committee oioo'*""'^'""^™*- ^>veme»cau. 

i_ .1 '"^ vyyiuujii..cc BlUU ^ajjap RiiREBT BAXTER. 

say a man by the name of Wood, eniovmzi ■ 

the confidence ol the President, was 'ap-i (CURRENCY AND KXCUANOE 
pointed Commissioner of Public Buildings, I ^ QUOTATIONS OF 

iIIOMPSO:N. BKOjS., 
Ha n ke ra 

Airs 
DEALERS IN tXCHAUGL, LaN1> 



a place requiring not only great business 
capacity but unflinching iutegriiy, and that '^ 



government. The Committee in discharge 
ot their duty made a representation of tbe 
lacts to the Lxecutive, but belore auy ac- 
tion was taken the Government was re- 



your caoaea, wiUi oib«r», in a Company I am raising < poses to Seek explanation ot the Trent af« i lioved by his resignation. 



BAN 



WAUKANTb, 4c. 
K A B 1. E F U .V £> S. 



lor the PiUh ReK;ment, acd to mee 
business of tbe Company. 



lOKether lur othsr 



H"NRT A. LA.MBKRT. 
Recruiiiug OiOet^r for riith Be.glmeni. 



deel9 3t 



counEB or SA8T wat£S AND BUPFAlo STS,, j 16 rows backward and forward -this is for the 

' beginning of the thumb. Then take these 
Taos. PASB, MILWALKEE, WIS; 20 suicbes on three ne.'dies and kuit around 

^ for 16 rows, after which narrow gradually till 



A. e. CI.AKKB. 



s 



the thumb is finished. 



TILL THEY COME 



Ij^ORECLOSU RE SALE.— STATE OF 
' MIV.NKSOT , DIsrKtCT TDfRT, SKCO>D JU- 

oiciAL iJisfRicr, aA.wsKr oouktV. 

Daniel .\. K'Uy a^alriai Jutn Keuuedy aud Mary 
Kennedy, bis wita. 

In p'irsaaiice of a judgment c' he D'strio: Court of 
the aiate 01 Mlnneee a, for the Second Judicial Oislriei, 
CouulT of Rsoney, nindf- in ice ibov* cuuU. d hc ion, 
an sod bearing date the 14>h d«y of Oeeemt er, a. i>. 1M>I, 
I, ileo-ge W frfscoll, the underaigiied Keieree 



KIUPATRICK, 



thumb. Taere will then be 60 stitches on the 
three needles ; knit 20 rows. Take the 20 
stitches nearest tbe thumb, joiu them on the 
needles and knit 23 rows; then narrow grad* 
oally until the finger is fiamhed. Take the re- 
i>PPo.<te I'le Interuational li«tel. has ditsday reeei^ed maiuiog iO Stitches OD the three needles and 

ki it 22 rows; narrow gradually till Unuhed. 

We are gratified to learn that nearly 100 
pairs of miueni are now being knit by our 
women. • 



lake ug^ 20 sutchoa on the lower part of the [ spp .aiied by » -'i '" "' '"'■ ia« purpoea, wiu seu iu 

"" '■ FubUo Aucu>n, I' ihtt b gbes; bidder for oa.-fc, ai the 

fruot dour ot the Couri House, in the Cliy ofrtalDt Hani 
in the County o; Aam§ey and iMa e of Minnesou. ot^ 
Wftdnenday, ibe ■■aejf.ii day ot Februa.y, 4. d. ltt.2,at 
ten o'cioci in ibe lor"5noon, the fullowirig described 
lands and real a< Uie, lyiuii acA Dein{c In iii« Oouutjel 
Raiiney and rtaie of «liunes*u. to wi; . Ihe north bal 



fair and perhaps an apology will be asked,! The Committee nej:t approach the sub- ; 
but no mention is made ot a demand for the ject ol lortiticutioos at St. Louis. Tbe 
surrender of the rebel Commissioners. The circumstances surrouidiag this work being 
Eugiieu writers hope tlie tubject will be of the most e.^traordii nry character and 
treated by the United States with patience I marked by extr::va;,' .. c , recklessness, in 
and kindly spirit. I subordination aod lr«uf^ i'hey express the 

ARRE,ST OF ALLEGED MURDERERS. | hope thai .some Ui«. lis m^y be found to 
The Police last night succeeded in arrest- ' °^'*^® ^^^ P*'^'''** '^^ ^"' « '«c»"us couiraci, 
ing the alleged parlies on whom suspicion ^^'^^^^^^ '^^ '^""'^ "' ' * *^*»^^ the Gov- 



hew York, 

Uh.«, 
Indiana, 

iuwn, 

Winona fo.iD'y Biiuk, 



Near Kvg[»ad, 
MtelHcaa, 
New Jersey, 
I>hU&del|>fe&. 

■.I feuurgh 



Kamsey ik> KuCorsed Scrip, P«o;)!ea' Bank, 
I. . Utrmaa • .Note*. City ol ,St lai^Bertp. 
UBli>;d Sta'ciM 6 per cent. : yrs. Kotes, 



KXCHANOK RATBS. 



Premium 
|>* 

•••• A 



rested as being implicated iii the death ot 
Bernard Long, tbe Canal Street broker. 
Iheir names are LewLa Bridesborough and 
George Weiler. 

The Charleatoii Fire. 



Banliablo Kiini^s 

oiiio. In uiu», ]ow» ,., 

.N.w VuraiuidMea iijisi»r.d 

Am 'Jul „-....... 2 

I mied suies Trea*Bry : S-IO NolM fi 

aubscripUorareceiTedat our Ofllee lor the Matlonai 



Two raaes _ ^ /" •* ' t j ' 

B A L M O it A L S 

Some 01 wbicb are lined with Cotton riauiies and only 
i$l,50 a Pair 

Also.caiLUBRK'S BALMURLS. w it konl btola. 
MoDda; , fioecmber I6U1. d«ei , 



u«r«-r .n BALTIMORE, Dbc 18. — We have the Nlr 

erT^fcuij"-' folk Day Book of Tuesday, which cootakis 

,';^„^**„'j!]i extras from the Charleston Cou.rlf'r aod 



ernment has b^tu ut Ituudtd aud that the 

laborers who have done the work on thci l^-*". «>e»rtng : 3 1« interest, (roue cei.t. per day on 

iaith of the GOveromi^t will not longer be •'"•«^ WdoiUr n..ie, by appointment otih* secretary 0* 

delayed in receiving i.teir just dues. Thel "'^]|.''*"'""'" 
committee found that most astounding audi -^ 



.XoT^mberT, IMl. 



no«7-d 






Chubch Fkstiyal. — The ladies ot the 
Central Presbyteria.: Church will give a 
Supper, for the benefit of the Church Fund, 
on next Thursday evening, the 19tb instant, 
at Ingersoil's Hall. . , , 



81) 1 'htt sou h west quarter ff ili« g:>utb wrsi (quarter of 
at-ciioii Dumber li.t^en [i^], lowoauip numb 
ei8lit[281, north of range cumber twenty 
• est, or so moeb ihereot as may be sifflcieut to ssiiEfy 

the j.id^meDt 01 «aid court, waich award. 10 ss.apiaiii , MiTcuTy, relative to tbc fire, but there ISi EXECUTIVE SEsfclON—PROULAMATl ON 

tin, Oaniei A. Kelli, tse Slim u H,©!*) ,* and luiereol. , .. .,■ • 1 , . « . 1 1 , , I . _ 

wiu>$iiiuubts(x>at ,aua iheexprBv sofsaidsa e. little additional bul what has already beeo OF GENERAL PHELPS. 

Uaiud .Saint i'anl, December IWh, labL | ♦ol„<rr<»nhp,1 

GKo. w fK»M;.iT. aeferee. tclegrapned. 

Uastbhok 4 Siaoirs, eia-ntilTs Attorneys. 



unblushing irouds had been perpetrated in! M W IS Y U R T I M K 
the purchase ol horses and mults. ■ ■^" 

Bark Island City aiilcd lo-day for Fort 
Monroe with 2/)0 Uattcras prisoners re- 
leased by Gov.;rnmen".. 



I Wasuihoto.n, Dec. 18. Boeiriess of the. 
The Charleston Courier says the most , Senate in execuiive lession has been cons 



to boy 

BEhT CAR BOM OIL, 

that wiu. mot vjufuoov., roR 60 and 65t*. 

PKR UAiLO*, at 

K. k EV. BEU.'B, 
^nor6^ Nea r tie Wmslow Home. Sd Kt., St. Paul 



GEOCLfilES OF ALL KI\D8 at' ^"*'^^^°^ incident of the fire was the zeal, tiued to referring to appropriate committees -^ 
•hoiesaie prices, at cpiiAM A HoLMi^ i maD»«e8ted by the slaves in their efforts as. tbe appointments OM'de by the Presiden-|o 



P^ O T I C E 



At s m^xtrna of tb.. Directors o! tbeOitkot* L»"J 
c J I u rriL 1 ' •• ■ - ^mi>»oy, heldai k.lrom e, Si haul, DtCeci-srT'li. 

,^ , .. ^ .V»i^or.-,rT.^ — "^ — I hremen and laborers. The entire popular , during rectss oi Oooeresd and h'-retoiore > '"t*"'*'™'"'*"^^'' ^o"»" i"" •^»" *" i*' 

Hil.l,T.t^'S:,2^?.i^ '-'^^^'^ """i"'" »■"< '»"«• "o'l'^i «""i'«r.. belied. °* "" ''-'""'°"|Mo;;v.w«?,f..-si,irr' -r.-""' 

o«"y I The proclamatioo of General Pbeipsatj decio«w 



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THE PIONEER AND DEMOCRAT. SAINT PALL, THURSDAY DECEMBER 19, 1861. 



^mttt ^ gmwaat 



ST. PAUL, TUURSDAY, DECEMBER la. 
!fo Faailne In Ireland. 

There are some reaaoDS for believiog that 
the reports of such deficieot crops in Ire- 
land aa would caoae a tamioe there are 
greatly exaggerated. Sir Robebt Pkel, 
who was appointed Chief Secretary for 
Ireland, some foar months ago, and evi- 
dently eoterel into office with the intention 
of doing bis doty, conceived it desirable 
and even necessary for him to visit remote 
parts of the island, in order to t>ecome per- 
sonally acquainted with the wantp and 
wishes of the people, their characteristics 
and position, their modes and means of 
living, and their conditioo and prospects. 
His toar, which was commenced in Galway 
and extended thence along the coast, all 
round the north of Ireland to Beitast, ena- 
bled him, be says, to derive from personal 
observation more information than coald be 
collected from whole files of parliamentary 
reports. In a speech at Ikltasi.now the 
cqp^mercial capital of Ireland, Sir Robkrt 
Pbkl's words were: 

I can confiilentl/ assert that tlie reports and 
rumord which have been circulated about a 
famine io this country have been greatly ex- 
axgerated. 1 speak ud the authority of per- 
sonal observation. I leave thoso who can 
write ID the secluded districts ot Conuaught 
the USk of refuting, if they can. what I know 
to be true, lu bligo, in Douegal, 1 hear very 
different accuonia from those which I had been 



All Sorta vf lUma. 



— Louisville is reaping a harvest of trade, 
and an increase of sound circulating media, 
which many of the population ill deserve, 
after the strenaous exertions they made to 
precipitate themselves into the vortex of 
treason, and after the aid and comfort they 
gave to the rebellion. Some peomioent 
secessionista are fattening on the govern- 
ment, by means of contracts and other pat- 
ronage, affcer having made considerable 
sums by operations against the forget ful 
government which now feeds them. Alto- 
gether, the city may be cocsidered quite 
lively ior such times as these. 

—Says Prentice : "We have searched 
the oolomns of our Or^on exchanges in 
vain to find some reference to our old friend 
Jo Lane. We inter that he is Lane aside." 

—The New York Evening Post anoooo. 
ces that the January number of the Atlan« 
tic Monthly will contain the first of a series 
ot articles by Major William Dorsheimer, 
late Military Secretary on the staff ot Gen. 
Fremont, describing all the memorable in*, 
cidents of the campaign in Missouri, with 
much important matter not yet revealed to 
trie country- Gen. Fremont's proposed 
plena of operations had he retained the 
command, and much personal matter touch- 
ing the General will find appropriate place 
in these historical papers. 

— One of the most unostentatious men in 
Washington [suya a correspondent) is the 
President of the Senate. Mr. Hamlm has 
comparatively quiet quarters at the Wash- 



led to believe, and frum personal observation 

in Mayo and Galway, an J from letters 1 have i inetou House— a vprv rMrvPtAhi^ h..t nnf 

received, 1 am assured that nothing ot the i . ° ^^^^ respectable, but not 

kind that waa alledged exi!<is. Of course, 1 am 

ready to admit, with every gentleman in this 



room, that there has hcf a a comparative fill 
ure in ttie potato crop, and that food will be 
dear, but a scarcity of food is not necessarily a 
lamioe, and it is very easy Io understand thf 
interested motives of some who are anxious to 
gain public applaase by a feigned zeal for the 
public in siireaJiug about ihese exaggerated 
rumors. Now, 1 must say. au far as 1 myself 
am concerned, I do n.>l tind that tneae appre- 
hensions are in any way likely to be realised. 

Takiug thu as an offifiai deeiaration, it 
will Jw seeu that the Chief Seen tary ol 
Ireland, (virtually its Julor, tor the Viceroy 
is only a lay figure iu the pageant.) strong 
ly denies that a tamiw; is at uU likely, this 
year. There has been a comparative fail- 
are in the potato crop, whereby the price 
of food will be advanced; but Pkel U^aU 
the idea ot famine in Ireianl aa preposter- 
ous and false. 



fashionable house. He dresses aa plainly as 
a New England tarmer ; his coat is ot 
coarse doth, made by no eminent hand ; 
but all concede him marked ability, und a 
resolution and determination of a high 
order. The next plainest man of rank i» 
^ General George B. McClellan. Few men 
can find him, and tew men know him when 
he is found. At the best he only wears the 
undress uniform ol a colonel, and his shouU 



OUR ARMY CORRRSPOWDEsrcB. 



LETTEB PROM THE OAJIP OF THE FIRST 
BEOIMENT. 



PMIMTSttf BAWqUMT— TOASTS. SPMBCHMS, ^c. 



7"v (A« Alitor oftht />it/<i««r and Ji'tnorrat. 

CiMP Stoni, Md., Nov. 26, 1861. 

There are incidents and happenings in the 
life of a soldier that often serve to give 
a eilver lining to the many dark clouds 
that constantly hov«»r about the horizon ot 
" grim visaged war." The disciples ot "Ye 
illustrious Faust " connected with the First 
Regiment, to apeak in vulgar parlance, have 
been having a *' huge old time," or to use a 
polite quotation, have lately enjoyed " a 
feast of reason and a flow of soul," such as 
the craft atone know how to enjoy. 

At a regular meeting of the " First Min- 
nesota Typographical Fraternity," it was 
proposed that, inasmuch as the^aforesaid T 
F. had been in the service ot our much re- 
spected Uncle Sam tor the space ol someM 
thing over six mouths without making an 
" attempt at a demonstration," that we coo 
salt with the powers that be and endeavor 
to have a general good time. But just 
here a slight difficulty presented itaelt— we 
had no event of importance to celebrate 
without waiting for the Anniversary of 
Franklin's birtbMlay, which waa at once 
voted aa decidedly too far distant ; but who- 
ever heard ot Printers lacking in expedienb-? 
As no one waa supposed to know tiie exict 
date of the birth of the celebrated founder of 
" The Art Preservative," it was decided to 
fix the date of that ■'^teresiiog event, and 
celebrate accordingly . 

Upon motion, then, it waa uudnimoualy 
decided, " that we celebrate the birlh-day 
of Faiat immediately after pay day." 

Col. Dana was accordingly consulted, 
and kindly gave his permission, i rovided 
General Stone, (whose headquarters are 
at Poolesville) had no objections The 
General replied that anything permitted by 
Colonel Dana was all right, and on Friday, 



A Serceaiit Halts a whole Rebel R«sl. 
ment. 



Among the beauties of the war in West 
Virginia, is the -mixed up" way in which 
the combataota macesuvre among the mono 
tains. Here m a recent instance where a 
siqgle loyal aoldicr baited an entire rebel 
regiment: 

Sergeant Carr, of Tippe unoe, Ohio, 
waa up>oij the potit first attacked oy the en 

TLJ^V^T"^ ^"'"■*^ ""^ the Second , ^,_ _. .._ , ^,„,.,,, ,„,, „ ,„, 
Virginia (rtoel), coudiatiuif ot twelve mnn l i .... ... 

came suddl.ly upon him an*d LThrJe c^m i ^^"'' ''''''' "". '"^ '^^"^ '^'"^'^"^ ^*"''^«*°^ 

paniona. Tlie bright moonlight revealing '^°""''8> the wife receives the income of the 

the flashing bayoaeta of the advancing re whole while she lives. 

giment. Ht! waa aurrounded and separated —Daniel S. Dickinson, of New York in 

irom bis reserve. With yrtut urtBtnce of i . i . . . i- j • ,. 

mind, be stepped out and cLilenS" HaU' ' ^''"'' '"'"'y '^'''"''^ '" ^^^^"°' ^^^ '' 

who goes there?" The advance guard, aup- .- -^?°'^? '®'".°*^'®"?.?*°??**" ^^^. «o'»»pJ»'«d 



der straps— [if any he wearaj-are covered t.he 22d ol November, twenty-four typo 

with a coat much the worse for wear. He 

has no fixed location, and moves from spot 

to spot aa duty calls. Of course those who 

have business with him know where to find 

him. Not so the eager throng who wish to 

see the young shoulders on which the armor 

of Scott has fallen. 

—The late Jacob Hayes,of Charlestown, 
Massachusetts, bequeathed twenty thousand 
dollars to the Maine Charity School, known 
as the Bangor Theological Seminary, tor the 
purpose ot establishing a professorahip, to 
be known as the " Hayes Protesaorship." 
Ot this legacy ten tbouaand dollars is to be 
paid at the death ot hia wife. The other 
ten thousand dollars will be paid at such 
time, after five years.as hia wife may choose, 
she paying mtereat upon it if she retains it 
beyond that time ; provided that it the 



posing they had come upon a scouting par 
ty of their own men, answered. " Friends, 
with the coonteraign." At uia order, "Ad 
vanve one, and give the counteraign," they 
hesitated. He repeated the order peremto- 
rily, 'Advance and give the counteraign, or 
I'll blow you throng." They answered, 
without advancing, " Misei-^ippi." ••Where 
.Io you belong?" he demanded. " To the 
•■Second Virginia Regiment." " Where are 
you going?,' "Along the ridge " They 
then iutuin queslioijed him, "Who are yuu?" 
" 'I'hal's my own busiuet^a." and taking de 
liberate aim, he shot down hi-^ questioner. 

He called tor his boy« to loliow him, and 
spruLg down a iedge oj rock, while a lull 
volley went over bis head. He heard his 
companiooa suuimoned to surrender, and the 
ofder given to the Major to advauce with 
the regiment. Several started in pursuit ot 

him. He had to ascend the hill on the side , Great Prkparations We are told Dv 

towards the enemy 'a cump. VVhile he eluded the Washington letter writPr« xh^t^r.1 
his purauers. be found himself in a new dan I !■ *; '*'°'°^'''° /^^^ ^"^"^^ ^^^^ much 
ger. He had gotten within the enemy's ; *^^'^'^y prevails in military matters on the 
cump pickets ! He had, while ruaniog, iotu i Pf>tomac. General McClellan, according 
the U.S. Irom bis cartridge box, and torn j to the New York O^mv^ciaL Advertiser 

his way out, and answered, giving the coun- j ^ manufacture of light brass or bronae 
tersign, " Miasiasippi,' Second Virginia cannon, which can be easily taken over 
regiment They asked biui what he waa | even the rough country about Occoquan 



tor the destruction of the Union, who planned 
this rebellion and urged it forward, shall stand 
before the people in their naked and hideous 
deformity— not aa Presidents, Judges, bena- 
tors, Creuerals and MinLstera of State, but as 
conspiraters, perjurors, robbers, piratea, 
thieves and cut-throats- -an ambulatory con- 
spiracy- .a Government of castors— an admin- 
istration on horseback, like the predatory 
bandH of the Pampas and the gorges of the An- 
des [laughter and applause] -when they shall 
eee themselves as they will be seen by the 
masses of their own deluded States, they will 
call upon the rocks and mouutaias to hide 
them from the face of those they have betray- 
ed, and defrauded, and bereaved, and lell 
homeless. Stripped of their disguiaea, depos- 
ed from their mock oflBcial stations, disrobed 
of their stolen eusignia, they must fly from the 
land they have desecrated and disgraced, or 
submit to the majesty of the laws they have 
oflended, and terminate an ignoble career with 
the gibbet or the dnngeon, and all the peoiiie 
will aay amen. [Great cheering.] 



graphical looking individuals, '* might have 
been aeeu about the hour of two o'clock, 
A. X , slowly wending their way" from 
Camp Stone, in the direction of Pooles- 
ville, where De Mortimer, formerly ol St. 
Paul, waa preparing an entertainment, re- 
gardless ot expense. 

The supper was a splendid affair — as 
good as could be got up in the country. 
The evening passed oQ pleasantly, and to 
the entire satisfaction of all concerned, 
and jest and song " passed around the 
board" until " the very watching hour of 
night." 

A full report is given beiow : 

Ist. Thk Event wb Cslsbbatk— It gve to 
the world a man who was the instrument iu 
the hands o( a Divine Providence, for th.j 
regeneration of mankicid ; his /orm u locked up 
in the tm-brace «f a blissful eternity— or should 
be. 

Responded to by Sergeant O. M. Kuight. 

Mr. Knight would not attempt to make 
a speech tor two reasons ; he did not know 
how, and if he did, his hearers already 
knew more about this man ot let- 
ters than be did. Everybody aod his wife 
were aware that Faust was a "brick of the 
first water ; " that he was the founder of 
"The Art Preservative of all Arts ; " and 
that he was a very accomodating man — he 
had left behind him no record of the cir- 
cumstances of hia oirth, nor ol the time 
when that interesting incident took place, 
although it was a fair presumption that 
"he was t)orn at a very early age ot poor, 
but respectable and honest parents " It 
waa well perhaps, that he had done ao, us 
well as to leave us in doubt aa to when he 
departed this life, for it had enabled us to 
fix his birtb upon a good day for our pock- 
ets, and we may attend to the anniversary 
of his death soon after our subsequent pay- 
day. But be had said more than he had 
intended— tor the balance ot the evening, 
"all he asked waa to be let alone." 



bring to memory many a familiar acene, in 
which the gentler sex had taken no unim- 
portant part, we would partially realize the 
truth ot the saying, '< it is not good for man 
to be alone," and that women, after all, are 
'•not so bad to take"— that they are dear, 
sweet, loving, and in every respect a " pecu 
liar institution." 

"0, she is ail perfection ? 
All the blooming earth can send forth fair- 
All that the gaudy heavens could drop down 
glorious!" 

But when he thought of the loving disposi- 
tions, the bewitching smiles, the cuurtly 
manners, and the faacinating appearance of 
the young ladies of " Le EtoiU du l^ord," 
he became bewiklered— his tongue reluaed 
to obey the dictates of his heart, and in 
such a predicament one must necessarily be 
brief. " The girls we left behind ua" were 
all right. We need have no tears for 
them, l^t ua take care that they have 
no cauae to censure us. U there waa 
any one present who bad received a 
heart in pledge, and he fears some had 
more that the law allows, let him not prove 
recreant to the trust reposed in him, or let 
him never claim to be a printer. Mr. Ste- 
vens concluded with, the assurance that the 
laaaies of MinnesoU, while "in the delight- 
ful society of the Home Guards," would 
"not forget that we too have a claim upon 
their aflections"— a three fold claim, that 
ol Minnesotians, printers, and "bold soldier 
boys." 

SoNo.— "The Old Folks are Gone.'— Bevins. 

6th. Thb AmebicanFlaq. 
" Forever float that standard sheet— 
,„Where breathes the loe but falls before us. 
With freedom's soil beneath our feet, 

And freedom's banner streaming o'er us ?" 

Kesponded to by Jasper Series. 

Mr. Series said that in essaying to re- 
spond to the toast just enunciated, he felt 
that he was touching upon a subject which 
demanded an abler tongue than his. He 
was called upon to apostrophize the old 
flag— our national banner. In the forma- 
tion of this government our fathers were 
compelled to adopt something characteristic 
of our Republic— some emblem of our na- 
tionality. They determined upon this same 
old banner, that to day floats over nearly 
live hundred thousand men, armed and 
equipped, and ready to battle lor its main- 
tenance. It was ttie aarae glorious ensign 
that floated over Ticonderoga, carried tri- 
umphantly through the Revolution, borne 
victoriously upon the seas, in 1812-14, 
moved over the hulls oi Montezuma, and 
was six mouths or more ago, disgraced ut 
Fort Sumter, but now is flaunting to the 
breeze and the soil ot South Carolina. The 
contest, DOW distracting ocr unhappy bod, 
was to deitrminu whether it shall in th« fu- 
ture occupy iia lofty iKMition and behold 
beneath its waving tolds " the Union, the 
whole Union, and nothing but the Union," 
—or, whether American civilization 
and progress is prepared to take a re- 
trograde movement and place itself in the 
footstepa of our foretathers a century ago. 
We held our language in common with 
other nations, but our flag waa truly and 
exclusively American. Every star, every 
stripe, has a counterpart in a true Amercan 
heart. The love ot our country never dies; 
it may slumber but it still lives- 

" Cotlum, non animum mutant, 
(iui, traui mart, cur ant." 

When he looked around him and beheld 
the immense enthusiasm of the people, the 
almost inexhaustible resources ol cur gov- 
ernment, the magnitude of our navy, the 
immense numbers of our army, our aea 
coast defences and frontier fortifications, 
and the ztal and energy exhibited by the 
small circle surrounding him, he was con- 
vinced that 



The Kentucklana lu 
Army- 



Beaureflpard'a 



doing there. He tiaid that the boys had 
gone off" on a scout after the Yankees, that 
be had been detained in camp, and in trying 
to find them, he had got bewildered. 



and Acquia Creeks. Rafts are being boiit 

at Baltimore tor large bombs, which may 

h* placed in position on the Potomac, and 

As be paatieO through, to prevent lurther j render good service in shelling out the rebel 

;;!''!!;?h"'^^'^'^'?'",^"u^'''*'' ^^'y'^^^l'''''^"^^- Colonel Alexander's engineer 
up on the ridge, which 18 the tJestw.iv UD»" u j i. . - ,, tugiucci 

Tbey atiswtrtd. " Bear to th. lit .n^ I ^''^^^^ ^"^ * t™'" ^^ ^^^ ^»gotia. the bos 

dies of which are made of corrugated iron, 
and are thus water-tight boats, each one 
IhiP ! t«euty-five leet long and four feet in width. 
When laslened end to end, and left in their 
places, thay form the foundation for a sab- 
stantial bridge. In addition to theee, the 
pontoon trains have bien largely increased 
in etScieucy, a new armed steamer has bten 
purchased for the lower Potomac, and other 
investments have been made, as the letter- 
writers say, ' 'too numerous to mention." 



bey answtrtd, " Bear to the lelt, "and 
you'll find it easier to climb." .^oon again I 
biH pnrsut r.-* w. tv alter bim, aa ae exprtss- j 
t d 11, •• breaking tnish" bthitiU him 
time with a Lound upon his trail. He 
made hi.* way to a brook, and running 
down tliw shallow ttieam, threw the 
dog ott' the scent, und, us the day was 
dawning, he tame suddenly upun tour pick- 
ets, who brought their arms to a ready, 
and cballtnged bim. He gave ibe counter- 
sii^n " Miar^L-sippi," and claimed to belong 
lo the Second Virginia Rtgimenu His 
cap box had slipped from his b^-lt plate 
Thty asked him where he got that belt. 
He told them be had capturtd it that night 
Irom a Yankee. They had told him to 
advance, and aa he approached be recog- 
uized their accoutrements and knew thai he 
waa amoojf hia own men, a picket auard 
troro the First Kentucky. 

He was taken beture Colonel Kuyart, and 
dismissed to bis regimeat. Such acts ought 
to be recorded — such men rewarded with 
promotion. Wheu asked what bis uiojve 
was in halting a whole column ol tue ene 
my, he said his plan was to give intimation 
to the reserve vt their advanc-e. that they 
might open them on their lett flank, and au, 
perbape, arrtst their progress. 

Thk Popcuar Natioiial Loaw.— The 
national loan stems to be dying a natural 
death. We hear no more of it. Neither 
newspapers nor people give it any consider- 
ation, and it is probable that it has not 
been so usefal to the Government a9 was 
anticipated. This, however, is not to be 
regarded aa evidence of the lukewarmness 
ot the people. The war makes drafts opon 
their resources for innumerable purposes. 
Tbey have given many millions ot dollars 
tor the tquipment and eflBciency of the 
troops, which, added to the amount already 
paid to the loan, and the Ujtes which they 
will soon pay to the Government, will form 
a large aggregate, and really proves that 
the utmoflt uA txists for the suppression 
of the rebellion. 



STgvwa' SuBMARiwa Battkbt.— At the 

special session a commission of naval oflicers 
was authorized to examine into the various 
projects tor submarine batteries. The 
celebrated invention of Mr. Robt. Stkvkws, 
ot Hoboken, N.J., npou which soma $800,- 
000 of public money have been expended, 
hae been examined with great care, and it 
IS now believed that a report will be made 
in favor of employing it after the taahion of 
the Hollms' ram, which the Secessionists 
used upon our fleet in the engagement near 
New Orleans some weeks since. 



Calbb B. Smith oir A rhino thk Slavm. 
— In his speech at the Prentice dinner at 
Washington, Hon. Caleb B. Smith, Sec 
retary of the Interior, said of the Coch- 
rane-Cameron proposition to arm the slaves- 
Putting arms into Slaves' hands! If 
this be done to any extent, the whole world 
will cry oat against our humanity, our sav- 
agery, and the sympathies of all mankind 
will be turned against oa, as they were 
against the blacks, that murdered and 
drove the French from Hayti. And, if it 
be attempted, the soldiers in arms from 
Southern Indiana, Sonthern Illinois, all 
Maryland, Kentucky Delaware, Pennsylva- 
nia, nearly all, and from New York south 
of the Erie Canal, with the strong regi- 
ments from New Jersey, will, before God, 
protest against being tbos pnt on an equal- 
ity with negro soldiers in their ranks. 



2d. BsN. Fbakkun— The Printer, Patriot, 
and Philosopher— our Patron Saint. 

Bono—" The Printer's Boy," by Frank J. 
Mead. 
"1 slug the song of a printer's boy, whose 

bright and honored name 
Stands out in glowing capiiaU upon the scroll 

of fame, 
Who, in the 'blue days thai tried men's souls,' 

in freedom's darkest night, 
Stood maufally by Washington and battled for 

the right." 

3d. Ths Pkintihs op thi American Armv-- 
May their ikoottmg-ticki always be iu readi- 
ness to knock down the badly jutlifitd eoiumni 
of Uie so called Sonthern Confederacy ; and to 
lock-up the JoTm$ of such typei of their instito- 
tions as MMon and other Siyde'ils, who may 
fall iuto their hands. 

Responded to by Sergeant M. Maginnis. 
The speaker replied to this toast in a 
pleasing and impressive vein to which it 
were impoaible to do justice. "The printers 
were a patriotic class— so much so that 
quite a nnmber of papers contain advertise- 
ments for crippUii printers, that the pub- 
liahera might not be always in dread of 
having to suspend, from their hands going 
to war. He would like to use the con- 
sciences ot Mason and bis clan as a substis 
tute for glue and molassea io the manufac- 
ture of rollers. He believed they would be 
more pliable and as for suction, they cotild 
not be surpassed, etc. 
4tb. Tub Passh. 
'• If you, beauteous, beamiug star, 

Was stricken from the dome of night 
A printing press, if plaated there, ' 

Would fillthe vaccuom to a hair, 
And give, perhaps a better light." 

Responded to by John R. .Mars. 

Mr. Mars had worked at the press, prior 
to joining the army, but for the present he 
used the "shooting stick" alone. He 
should not attempt an euglogy upon the 
press— it spoke for itself dailjr, for good or 
evil, to the ears of millions. The speaker 
was in favor of leaving the newspaper press 
to take care of itaelt, while we see that 
we press on to victory, and an early return 
to our homes. 

6th. The Girls wi left bbuind cs— In the 
delightful society of the "Home Guards," may 
they not forget that we too have a claim upon 
their aflections. 

Responded to by Ed. A. Stevens. 

**Rai8ios" commenced by saying he could 
see no good reason why he should be called 
upon to respond to such a toast. He was 
a modest indiridoal, as all printers are, and 
knew but little about the girls in any way, 
shape or manner. On looking around him 
be discovered many geoaine " ladies' men" 
—among the n Marv W. Downie, the lovely 
and daring *' Daughter of the Regiment," 
and that model Lieutenant, that Prince of 
St. Paul " Lady Killers," Sam. Raguet— 
why had be not been called upon ? It waa 
bis settled conviction- -and he knew every 
member of the Fraternity would agree with 
bim— that we had never properly appreci- 
ated the pleasures and advantages ol female 
society, until we grew patriotic, joined the 
army, and commenced keeping bachelors' 
hall, on the government allowance of hog, 
homminy, and sea biscuits; but now, as we 
look back but a few short months, and 



" A nation of freemen will fall 
Wheu the stripes Hhall be trailed on the 
ground.'' 

The 8peakt.r said, in couclusiuu, " 'i'hia 
old banner was bequeathed to us by our 
forefathers, has been handed down troni 
generation to generation aa the same old 
flag, under which our fathers fought and 
died ; and as the tuture is developed, may it 
still find the atara and stripes floating upon 
the breeze in the vanguurd of a nation ot 
freemen, in their onward march to progress 
and civilization*" 

Music—" The Star-SpaugledJBauner." 
7th. Tfb Prksident Lun uis CoNSTiTtnox- 
AL Advisers— May a united country now ac- 
knowledge their flupremaoy under the laws. 

Responded to by E. W. North up. 

Sergeaut Northup hud a well digested 
speech ; he hud used it often, and set it up 
for others in divers country newspapers, 
but the well-loaded tobies had been too 
much tor him— he was, actually and literal- 
ly, " too full for utterance." 

Mcsic— " America." 

8th. Scott and McClkllan. 

" The sua of the hero which ul'ten has pourod 
Its light on ths batlie is set ; 
But its glory retlects on our young chieftain's 
sword, 
And will light us to victory yet." 

Responded to by Captain Farrell. 

Song- •" The Twin Heroes." Cuapman. 

We have not room for a synopsis ot the 
remainder of the apeochea, and will simply 
state that tbey were good, and were well 
received. 

9th. Thk Gallant Genkkal op Olu Divis- 
ion.— When the enemy come to us for bread, 
we will give them a btonk. 

R apoose to by M. W. Downie. 

10th. Willis A Gobmin, Minnesota's Pir.^t 
Genkkal.— May he ever be an honor to the 
State of our adoption. 

Response by Lieut. Samuel Raguet. 
SoNo .— "C'aanon" Minnesota version— Bg- 

VIII8. 

11th. Col. Dana— The right man in the right 
place ; a soldier of the nonpareil type. 

Response by Frank J. Mead. 

12th. Our Invited Guests— May they live to 
participate in many such pleasant ceremonies. 
Response by Dr. Hand. 

13th. M1MBB80TA— May the deeds of her sons 
never shadow the brilliancy of *' L'Eto-le du 
IVord." 

Response by Major Morgan. 

SoNO : ".<4/>ercrom6i;, "--Makblk. 

14th. The Coukadks wk lupt on the Bat- 
tle FlKLD. 

Soldiers, sleep— thy warfare's o'er-- 
Sleep the sleep tnat knowa no waking, 

Dream of battle fields no more. 
Days of danger, nights of waking " 

SONo: "TheDymg Officer."— ^mra. 

After the regular toasts came a number 
of volunteer ones, and the festival was kept 
up until the '• wee ama' hours ayant the 
twa," when, the alloted time having expired, 
the meeting adjourned, and the party re- 
turned to camp, each one fully satisfied with 
himself, the supper, the host, " or any other 
man;" not however until the following pre- 
amble and resolutions were adopted, "with- 
oat a dissenting voice : 

Whereas, A record of our doings here to- 
night ought to be published for general infor- 
mation and future reference ; and 

Whereas, We know the paper to do it in ; 
therefore, ^ 

Besolved, That a sketch if the same be made 
out and sent to the Pionbeb and DmocaAT of 
St. Paul, for publication; and 

Resolved, That if Bro. (Joodrlch gives tho 
tame one insertion he is all right, and can draw 
on our printer's 5ajjJfc for all the quoin* he 
wants. 

In compliance with the above resolutions 
I have made out the foregoing. If your 
typos can make it out, they will be entitled 
to the everlasting thanks ot the 

FRATERNITY. 



" Se De Kay," thj well k^owu corres- 
pondent ol the LoBisviUe Courier, publish- 
ed at Bowling Green, iJ^entucky, writes a 
letter to that journal from near Centreville, 
Virginia, under date of November ITth. 
The correspondent is a member of a Ken» 
tucky raiment under General Beauregard. 
We extract : 

Very recently the entire force baa been 
concentrated within the immediate precincts 
of this village, our regiment occupying the 
extreme lett, looking towards Leesburg, 
while the brigade ot General Early occu» 
pies Union Mills, which is to the far right, 
rhe iinea thus describe an arc, and tho 
troops are poated m battle array behind 
what General McClellan or any other fede- 
ral commander will find formidable obstruc- 
tiona, but the character and extent of which 
I muat not make public. 

it IS impossible to tell when or where the 
next blow will be struck in the great war. 
We have toodly hoped that it would fall to 
our lot to share the issues ol a contested 
field on this line. But the enemy seems to 
have given up all idea of an advance, and 
we remain inactive. It may be that the 
first intelligence we have ot the clash of 
contending arms will be that which shall 
arise above the din ot battle, and announce 
a glorious victory in the heart ot Kentucky. 
We can scarce repress a feeling of envy at 
khe position of our comrades in that field of 
labor. Be it theirs, however, it such be 
the fortune ot war, to win honor and free- 
dom upon their native soil, while we, who 
bore the heat of tue struggle in its earliest 
and moat doubUul hour, are deprived of 
plucking the green coronal, and alar ofl" lan-< 
guish tor the houjcs that we long to delend. 

As for ourselves, this place seems to be 
our destiny, uoltaa there shuuld be some 
tide of good fortune to sweep us back to 
Kentucky. The current impression ia that, 
should the enemy not make an advance und 
give us battle withiu the prtiseut month, 
the army will be ordered into winter quar- 
ters. And as lor winter quarters, we are 
there now. Ah, how bitter and biting are 
the blasts that day und night sweep by us 
from the Blue Ridge to the broad Atlantic. 
How keen the north wind this morning, and 
how this evening it has rustled our little 
tent: What great white troata we have, 
and how cold and chaste the moon looks 
upon the bare, desolate fields and naked, 
shivering, forlorn treeo ! I pity the poor 
sentry who ia waking hia two hoars' beat 
within my hearing, and who beats his numb 
arms and blowa his chilled fingers, should- 
ering hia icy rifle, and, while observing that 
'* All IS well" upon hia watch, looka won^ 
deringly to the west, and bethinks himself 
aa his thoughts fly far beyond the horizon- 
defining mountains, * Is it all well with the 
folks at home ?' Ah, me ! there's the rob. 
Who can teli us how it is io Kentucky V 
There are hundreds io this regiment who 
have not heard one word from home in three 
months, and it were impossible to tell the 
sickening, longing, heart-aching anxiety 
that tbey feel. 



NEW Al)VERTLSKMENT8 



W^FW GROCERY HOUSE 
At Saint Paul. 



Coolev, Tower <fc Co. 

Srauoh ot COOLKY a 10WCB. (formarir LIV 
KaMORL A OOOLKT,) Si. Mate. 

BSTABLISIiED 1843 
WHOL.KSAL.1S aROCERH 

Alio 

Oommissioi] Merchants. 

mpoaxKBa orroaciuN kruits, hots. 

wmiis, L <^UOI;8, SKOAaa Ao., 
/ACKSOtr STaiET. BtTfVXXy ItVMX^ TniBD. 



NEW A I) V EKTI8EMENTS 



JJOOAN & CAMP 

WoulJ InrU* »ll of their did trleDd«, and m maoT a*w 
ooe* &■ will ccMDtt to tbeir 

ISTEAV^ tSTOHE, 

2 DOOaS BELOW THKiB OLD STAND. 

Third Street, bntweeu Kiittert and Mliiuevota. 
WHERE THKY HAVE OPKNKD OUT THEIR 

SPLENDID STOCK 

OP FALL AND WINTER 

aooos. 

Which they wUl lell kt prlcei that will trive MMUImetion 
d«el 



B 



Referring to the •l>ore. wt- Leg leave to stAte, lh»'. for 
the better a«caminodiiilon a jd cuiiv«Di«!uce 01 our ens- 
ioatcr« »ad trienda to the upper counir} , we have e«- 
UiblUhed a houae at thla poiir., (la connecllou with the 
houae orcOOLRV 4 TOWK i, S t. Loul*. which will he 
conUuued at her«tof(»re,)aDl are bow opealny a 



COMPLETE and V/BLL ASSORTKD 

STOCK OF CtROCERIES, 
WINES, LIQUORS, SEG ARS, &c., &c. 



to which we would lavite tie aitetiiion of our Irleuda 

and llie pablio gent- ralM , truatlag that the lonj 

eatabllahed staudiuK aod reputation uf 

our house, will be aautliclei t 

gOAraiity of 



FAIR AMD HONORABLE DEALING, 

an ' with hH eoovietloo mitiired and eonfirtned by long 
experieuce, ibai the true ti.iereata ot baver and sel- 
ler are ber. prumoied in ihia direoilon, we pro- 
pose meetiaK out trieods upon a 



NK EXCHANGE 

CUDia ECUCkTO:*'* BAKK, TBIIII) tTEBCT. 

MARTIN a PAKrtONS, IVopnetsra. Tbli MtabU>h 
meat 18 li'ted up lu a aiylt? to ooaparn with any liatlbK 
Uouae In the elty (>yater« and Mea'a served up at a!'. 
kcMurs Fartien ot rom U lo SO can be ac com mod aid j 
on ehort not 'ce. (t««.7 d.Hii> 

FREDEICK UILDERBKANT^ 
Manuiaeturer and I>«aler In aU Undn ot 
FCKNITURK A.NO Q l.T MOULDINOS, 
aiao 

IMITATION OP ROSEWOOD MOULDINOS, 

OtsIs, Looking Olass, Por rait and Picture Framea. 

Ai greatly rtsdooed rate*. 

WARKROOMSJ IN 80HCRME1ICRS BLOCK. 

dec8-dly JACKSON 8TREKT, ST. PATL. MINN. 








U R ti O U S K 



RetBtaiirant anil Salooix, 

BY HKNEkY F. E. VITT. 
THIRD riTRKEl 8T. TAUl. 

Oppoiiv hluneer liuarda' Armory. 

Thia house is conducted oo the European prinelpta 
~**«»1« atallhoora. The bar la siootted with the flne»i 
imported Liquors and ClKars. 

He la In receipt dally ol No. 1 Oyst«rs, which ar« 
served up lu any >iad every style, 

Theonly houseiu the city where pure Philadeiphis 
Porter and Ale can be kad. deel-dfiuio 



c 



Cash ^Basis I 



Ooofltle&t that our faciliUes wiil enable as lo me«t the 
views of close and diacrlmiuatiuc buyers. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



c. 



H . MIX 

SUCCESSOR TO W. S. COMBS, 

Bookseller &c Stationer. 

XUIRD STRKKT. SAINT PAUL. 



Gii'ts for the Holidays 

I'bi! larfoiii collection of KINK 80UK8, suitable for 
Preaenla In Ihe city, cobsUlinK lu pari ol 

RAPHAEL'S MADONNAS, 
COURT OF NAPOLEON, 
WOMEN OF BEAUT?, 
LOVES OF TUE POETS. 
THE CENTRE TABLE 



In Cie Aepartmenu of LltJUORS and.SEGAR^,] our 
Btookia large and complete, embracing choice brands 
condned exoluaivelj to our louae, and to which we ci.n- 
fideatly inviie the atienUon of thoae interesied, and 
awaiting aa inspeetion of ouj- slock and prices, remain 
Very rf s ecUallj . 

"-"31 <.O0LKV, TOWER A CO. 



A S H I CASH! 

PAID FOR COTT<fFRAa.S. 



.. ,^, r^ In goods 2H cents 

• OLD 8EO0KD HA-VU hIo\K.s, 
•* OLD IRON, 

• '• •• COPPER A.\D BRASS. 

* '• LEAD AND PEWTER. 
ZINe:. 

BARRELS AND BOXK8. 

STKNCILINU WORK l»ONE. AND STENCIL TOOL:* 
FOR SALE. 

FOR SALE.— A Rood aaaorimedt of Tinware — Aal 
on eonsisoaent 50.000 No. 1 Khinglaa. Also, un cou- 
slgnmen', an aswjrimen t of wrapping pap«-r. 
A .?'..^T'*^i kindsof repairing done in the neateat style. 
All kinds of Lamps repaired a&d altered. 

Traps made and warranted not to break, and sold 
vtry cheap, at manulaciuien.' p'ices, at 
nov2S-<l«mo VETaL GLKRIN'8 

Stone Bloek, Robert stree t, sign " Trap FactOTy." 

AFES FOR SALE. 

Safe, and one Bacon's 



s 



CUGARS--50 HEDS PRIME POR- 

KJ to Kloo and N. O.— 3J bbla crushed, powdered and 
couee— in store, and leamvit.for bale at lowest market 
prices, by ( OOLE V, Tu WER a. CO. 



I^BAS— 60 )i CflflSTS & CADDIES. 
. Imp., O.F., 8. H., Ookjng, Ae. Fresh and prime. 
CiyoLiY, Tov\KK A Co. 

i ^OFFEE— iUOBAliS RIO— PRIME— 

V/ at) do l.aKuayra do 



i<a«iuayra do 

10 poci.ets Mucha— very choice. 

COOLEX, TOWER A OO. 



KAI8INS-150 BOXES— LAYERS, 
a. R.'s, whoiea, halves and (^uarferc. 

OOOLKY. TOWER A CO. 



CTAR CANDLES— 100 BOXES BEST 

kJ 81. Louis brands. SO >4 > nU >« do. 



<}OOi.ET, TOWER A CO. 



TOBACCO— 100 BOXES— MOSTLY 

X our own brands— aaaorHKl quaiiUes. 

COOL.HY, TOWER A CO- 



C EG ARS— 150 M. IMPORTED AND 

KJ DUMliSI'IC— Inciuuiaj: some choice brands which 
a CtKtLEV, TOWER A Co. 



We cau reeoDamend. 



FINK PUAYKH BOOKH, lilBl.KS, 

&C. &C. &C. 

Ct:e»p for *;ash at 

C. H. MIX'ti 



DIARIES 



POR 



At 



»'. U 



18 6 2. 

MIX-ii 







YSTEHS AND SARDINES — 50 

eaaes assorted -best brands. 

CCuLr.V, TOWER A OO. 



OLD lipURON & KYE UHlsrClES— 
We have a few bbls. in store— very old and tine. 



COOLET, TOWKRACO. 



BRANDIES-A FULL LINE— IN- 
cluulng I'ure French. Apple, Peach, Cherry, Gin- 
ger, • .\ beignette," Oomest c, Ac, Aj. 

COOLEV, TOWER A CO. 



THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF 

CHILDREN'S BOOKS 

fvR Tan HOLlDAi'a. 



At 



C. II. MIX'S. 



A WORD TO ALL WHO WISH TO 
BUY 

BOOKS OR STATIONERY. 

Uavlug added largely to my stock by purchasss for 

Cash, 

/ iJfFMR SVPKRIOR lADUCEMEyTS TO CASH 

VUHfUASMRS. 

declS.dAwlm r;_ ^ MIX. 



HOLLAND GIN - WARRANTED 
chuiue and pure. 

tX>OLEV TOWER A Ot;. 



One large Lillie's double 
patent r-afe. 

Formerly io use at the Baokios House of N. J.T. 
DANA, where tbey can be seen, or information ean be 
had by addressing. 

_ ., H. F. MAfiTEKSON. 

nov27 dlBio Ht. Pant, Minnesota. 

rj N I O N COMMERCIAL 

COXxLEQE! 

Heyward's Bloclc, Tlilrd Street- 
0. F. CARVER, PRINCIPAL. 



This lusutution is now opeu lor the reception of S(u- 
c«Bt8. The facilities for acquinag a thorough 

Commercial Education, 

in a sheri time, are not inlerior to thoae oUered la simi- 
lar Colleges at the East. 

FOR PAKTICULARte 

Call at the Rooms as above, or address, 

O. F. CARVER, 
i>ov24 Union Commercial College, 81. PauL 

1 KWIS'S CHEAP DRUG STORE 

The purest and beat Uquori for medicinal aa« la Uie 
State ol Mlnneeoia, put up by E. W. Lewis, in peraou. 
Irom Uquurs In casks, direct Irom the Custom House N 
T., below cost. 

FRENCH BRANDT-quart boUles-^Ue 

ST. CROIX RIM— pure — iuc per botUe. 
aoLLANuuIK do .'<5c do 
hmbV'S^Vw^''**^ **" 20 j«w old, «6c per bottle 

BtiKKKi Wi^K— liionoun— <>jc p«r b<»iUe. 
UEIiiSICli CH.AMI'AIUNE-Warranled Jjeoulua- 

»1.;0 per quart boll. e. 
LO>DoN KROWN bTUUT— ISo pint boute. 



A lot of Paiuu. ('olors, Glaaa, Ac. 
cost, as iJr iostauctr 



will be sold below 



Vy INES-VERY FINE OLD PORT, 

f T ^aJeriti. Cluiui^^ue, Ac Ac. 



COOLEY, TOWER A to. 



J. 



B . S L 1 C H T 

DEaLEJl IN 



E R 



j; w. eddy; 

O-en eral G^rocer. 

And dealer In the very btst 

Family Provisions, 

FORT STREET, 

Just received aa entirely new stock, cim- 
prisi-.g in pan, 

^tlif^fl.^'^''^' Belcher's Syrups, 

y r«m fees. Premium Butter 

Durkee s pure .spieos, in tin foil- 

^w*''vii'"*t i'*;''*",^*" ''" consignmenti 
h. W. Kddy A Co'a Soap. 

Pure winea and Liquors, for medlcmal n^e- 

And ail other articleb usualy kept in a first 

class store. noviS daw3m 



±*^arailv Crroceries 

AMI! 

i^iiovisio:isrs. 

AOfcMt'V OF 1UE CKLKBIIATKD DUNDAS MILL 
FLOUR. 

CORNER 7lh ANDJilKSuN tiTRKET, 

Opposite Iixternutiomal Hotel. 

GOODS DKLIVEREDFRKii OFCnARQE. TO ANY 
PART OF TUB CllV. 



NKwmyLtv^?£" brauds, 6c per B or $6 per 100 B>^ 

«KW J KRbiti ZIM«.— iteiter than the Frcoch— tic pw 

tt. or $tt per lou. « -» p«i 

PITT^m'RO OLAri.N-SAli, »2.;s, 9A13, $2.30 ; lOAli 

rAtwi 0.i^-\ new ariicie,conumi;.g Jtrttoie. Uooai 
M> ooilrd i^naeed oil .or Arstaa. ourpi ^- 
per gallon. 



70c 



1h4 pe<vie can bring in th«lr preaerlpuoos and have 
inem pot u>' by 

JULIUS WSIU. 
a iirai claae preacriptiotist. from the bMt Drugs and 

forilf iliTXViJiSrc.^''' "*• "'-«' "^-^ "« "'^- 
.MCWOOO, 



y can gel tbeoi 
I.OiiWOOD. FUfcTlC-5e. 



rA BOXES CHOICE HAMBURGU 

fjyj Cheese, lor g»le cheap py J. B. SLICiirKR. 



Corner TUi and Jackson. 



HOLLAND, BERRY & DAWSON. 
BANKERS. 
WIU huT and sell Exchange, Land WarranU, Bute 
County and City Scrip . ' 

Culleciiiins made, and pruinptly remitted. 
8af« InvestaentB made, and Taxes paid for non-resi- 
dents. 

Third !.treet, at. Paul Minnesota. nov28 dly 

gYERS & POLLOCK 

JAOKlOa STEIBT, OrPOSITK TBB IIG CLOCK, ST. PAtJt, 

.Yanufftcturers and dealers In COPPER, SHEET IRON 
and TINWARE. HTOVKS of the irnXmr. patterns. 
Kieambeat and Steam Mill Work prompUy attended to. 
decIO dly 



O WEET AND PURfc OHIO CIDER. 

KJ Just received and iur aa e by the barrel and ga<- 
10 •>■ KLICI1T|£&'.S. 

Corner Tib and Jackson. 

Of\ BARRELS OP THEBEsFANir 

fj\/ eipluaive, siraw colored Carbuu Oil, at COUl'K- 
iiTio.N l-KlCE.S,by (he barrel and gaUoo, at 
...... >i» 8LICUTKR'S. 



PK* RV'^J'/m ^,A.KTAR-pur«-4C ceuu oer I 

ut.^^M \"Vi'*^ V"*-"'-' *"* OATMKAL-loc per C. 
P.ft!:^'*"*'.M?^^'^''*»^'''»<»«^ »»•«"*«• <Jologn*. 
Perfum a, and Cosmetics; Combs, and all suol-^ooci 

"A^v^btr iu'rri?*' ""'"•'"• «»"« "«»"*• «-" 

O. GRANT LEWIS, 
Asaigaee. 



LAND- 



WARRANTS LOCATED 



The nud^rsigned having been extensively engaged lu 
the 

Keal Eestate Businenci 



ANi> 



uov21-^muu 



35,000.^' 



CIGARt), COMPRISING 

tie choice and lavuriie braiida. 
Aia..f a iiuri liii ol pure Turkish Smoking, a^id liue-cm 
t^hewing lobaoco— ibe REST m the City— lor tale at 
' rices to suit ihe umes, at jjLK til aii .■». 

Opposite the Inieroatloaal 1 otei. 



PHELAN 



BROWN 



4GEHT POB 

& COLLOXDEB'3 BILUARD 
TABLES, ud 

PATENT OOWUINATION CURHIONS. 



FRESH OYSTERS RECEIVED 
daily bvExpre!ts—llaJtby'» celebrated Peari Oys- 
ters, for sale by the ease or can, at the lowest rates 
*' SUCHTER'H. 

ON HAND AN DFOK SALE CHEAP, 
a large lot of Fresh (;aa, *nd ^'reserved Kroita 
*> . SLIOHTKR -8. 

BRA.N ON HAND 

J. a. 8Lkuts;k. 



♦JA TONS OF 

tjxjajxi ter sale at Mill prices, bv 



Having received the Agency fjr ihls section of coun- 
try tor the above nrm, [ am prepared at al! times to fit 
np and fumlah everything nee> ssary f . r a First Cass 
BILLIARD Room ; and am ready at all times U) over- 
haul, reflt and put lu ruaciag order. Table* out ot re- 
pair. Cnshlons re covered, iJalls Colored, Ac. Ac. 

P.S. Persons wishing any Information In relailin to 

Srlceani quality of articles, ean apply to me at the 
•tropcliian Rllilard Room. St. Paul. dMll^^m^ 



W 



ANTED 



i«. iw- If.SMK**"^ STAGE HORSES, weighing rot 
less than 105O lbs. nor over seven year old, for which 
we will pay fe lalr price. 

J 

December II, 186L 



0. BURBANK A CO. 
dlw 



gLACK CLOTH CO A T8, 

Silk Velvet VestSr 



D O 



deoll. 



G S 

At 



K 1 N 



PANTS 

. a. TEMPLE'R, 

Third Street. 



IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A 
supplv of Family Groceries cali at ibe corne' of 7in 
and JacktiOn streets where yoi will Und the Hk..ir isK 
LMJltU mock ot Kamil.t Uujceries in the • ilj, and 
wbere your wauu wUl be •apiilisc at pr ces to stilt the 
m°»« nuv21 

3 CENTS IN GOLD OR FOUR CT6. 
in Tinware paid tor gool Col ToM RAoii. 
Oold and Stiver paid fer g M>d Rags, Woo:len ana 
• otiou; cash paid for Copper, iJrass, old ( 'ast lr»n ol 
a:i kinds, old t>iuvesand 8iove fipe,oid l.eac and Kina. 
and old Uold and 8ilver. 

8TENC1L CUTTINU. OF ALL KINUH, 
At the Tin and Copter 8tore, Robert sireel, VETAL 
Gl KKIN'8, stone bkick, between Sd and 4th street 
where you can pnrchaee nen and second-hand ware 
cheap lor caati or barier. 
HU Paul, May :U, i<)61.-Iy 



FOR THE 

LAST ms YKABci IS THIS CiTY 
STATE, 

Now oilers his ervlce*, in coDiiecilou therewith, lo 
LOCATE LAND WARRAN^.•^. 

There have reeaBtlj been thrown open .to market 
some live miliums of acr«s ol the choicest lands lu 
.Vtnue.'ola. 

No lands will be located imleai personally axamiue 
by the undersigned. 

Terms for ioeatiug 16(1 acre lAnd Warraou, »2& es«h, 
lucludmg Land Office fees and ail expeuaec . Ho'n, n-rm 
and 40's at proportionate rales. 

HENRY McKENTY, 

•>EALBR IN REAL ESTaTK, BT. PAUL, MINN 

REFERENCES. 
Hen. Henry M. Rice, V S. Senate. 
•• .MortoD H. « tlkinaoo. U. 8. Senate. 

Cyrus Aldrich. C..8. House uf Represeutauvt, 
Wm. Wlndom, I'.S. House of Representatives. 
Lafayette KmmeU. Chief, JosUee Sapreae Oourt 
ol Xinneaola, St. Paul. 
" R. R. .Nelson, U.S. District Judge, Jit. Paul. 
Messrs. Tbonpaen, Brothers, Bankerm. 8t. PanL 
.Hu Pan!, September 21. I06I. sepZl-d.wAtwIy 



FOR RFNT— A FINE TWO STORY 
DWKLUNU, 
(Situate near Oorenier Ramsey's) 
Containing eight roonu— with «il necessary oatbuiid- 
Ings— good sUble— good well water. 
Apply to PENNOCK PU6KY, 

nova-d2w J. g. ▲. WARP. 



DR. T. D. SIMON TON' 
_ DENTIST. 

IngersoUs Block, Bridge Square, 81. PauL 




• •A* 



TEETH Inserted in the best rianner on Oold, 8ilver, 
or VuLCAKiTB. All operations irarranted. 
Call and see speoimeusof the Voloakiti work. 
oU-ly 



QEORGE BENZ, 

IMPORTER OF AND DEA1.KB IN RHENIUM 
UCNUARIAS FRKN.;u AN'D CATAWBA ' 

WINES, 

Ohampagne Liquors, Cigars, gwlM and Llmburg 

TM... , V. '•««•«• Wb-^lesale and Retail, 
Third su, bet. Waahington and Martcatstr^eu. Su Paul, 
.V f*,4'"' '■«^«^"<^<* * "^ock of pure Hungarian Wines ol 
the fdlowiBg bran .IS : 

,JFj''^h'^P^^^^- 'flnt»-e of 1841 ; ndai, IM6 ; Paatl. 
1^7 ; V lUaoT, 1864 . Tokaj Maalas. ikm, which he offen 
at veryamai: protila. All ii.e above wmes arc war- 
raated iceniuae. novlC-dly 

n S. & JOS. H. 8 T O M B 8, 

No. 1776 EAST JACKSON BTUEKT. 
Betw«ca Fifth aAd Sixth. 

Praotioftl Copper Bzniths, Pluxnb- 
ers «Se Biieet Iron Woricers; 

And Maaufacturen of Copper Kettles, Copper 8UU^ 

Veast Kettles, Teast Jugs, Liquor Pumps. 

Lift and Force Pump, Soda Fountain 

and Generators. 

4^Partleular attention paid to Steamboat, I>istill«ry, 

Mill and Plumbing Work In all IU Branehea. laogl-KUy 



^(\ BARRELS OF NAPTHA-AN 

tJyJ excellent Rubslliuie f«r 1 orpenuae.and warranted 
tor any purp-se which that U ased for, and at 60 ner 
e«at leas oosu For sale by the barrel or gallon 
no»2r at UPUAM A HoLmES 



1,500 



BARBEL COARSE AND 




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THE PIONEER AND UEMOCRAT. SAINT PAUL. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 19 1861 



^ionta &§mmtii. 



Rates of ^dvertiains 

/ruin UAlL^ PlONKKE AND DKMOCKAT 

• •M U«IS TO A 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



'•, (TM srACa 

VOUOWUfS TABiaJ. 



imm urn*.. 
ftWee IB* 

Wr we«k. 
t*'j week*. 



0*e Squ*r«. 

$■» 

.... 1 SA 

• ••• i 7ft 



ijalb maaih 4 UO 

f w. m«Qi)u ft Mi 

nm>« moaus (7ft 

II moatha 10 W 

larelT* noaiks. U 00 



utd. B^u 
I S7 

sao 

tTft 

SS7H 
ft W 
7M 



tr 



Post Omcc, Ml. Paul. Mli>n«MC«. 

orrics BooKt. 
>a w««k d*js f rum 7 o'olo«k a «. to 7 o'eloek r ■ 
''u Suu<Uyi. trum 11 o'clock ■ to i o'eloek r ■. 

■osu or AMkiTAi. AJi* BkfABtoaa or haiu. 

s> Kiiul to Pnirlo da Chi««, earrjaaf lb* wuioru nad 
M>attiera nuUl. 

i.eaT0s dally, except H»t<irday, b( 8 a m. 

Arrtvaa duljr. a<e«pt Mundfty. ai 7>^ r ■. 

Ml faul to U(U«aa, earrjt&s waj B»*ii u> »U rtv«r 

Lrmiroa dally, eiacpt Konday, at 8 a ■. 

Arrlrea daily, except Moduaj, at tf r m. 

•-. Caul to rails uf lit OroU, Wlseoaslu. ria dtiUwaler 
earei daily esoept riuaday, a 7 a a. Arrtrei daU) 
Aiciipt dundar.at 12 a. 

St haul to Crow Mrm(, (Upper Mlealaalppl riveri. 
l.'^aTea dallT, except Huadajr, aift a a. ArrUea dally, 

• loeptsuadar, at ; r a. 

Hail* (ur Fort Abtsrerombie, tireekU>rld(e, Ac, on 
Hml Kirer. are dispatched un Muaday, Wedaeitfay and 
r riday ai S a a. 
ii faiit lo ■■iuulh BeuJ. UiBDeaotarlfer. Leareidally 
. i.it 8iiadaye, atir a. Arntrea daily eioepi Sun 
> or »t U a 

St faui I Morihfleld earrylai Mall for Parlbauli, 
<J* oona, Ac I.Kavea Uoalay. Wedaeeday and rrt 
day .t&AM. Arri»«» 1 ueaday . Tharaday and Satur 
imf. at 7 r a. 
■>< faul .V) L>t90aratt, luwa. na Canuoa fall*, Uoeke* 
r, *e. 

..navet M<Mtlay and Tburaday at 7 a M 
vrrifee at at faul W^due«"lay and Saturday kt 7 f a. 
• Paiil lo Nap<nor, Wu. 

•:a»e« Mo. .day, aai ;o Sunrlie I'Uy only. TbursJay, 
' A a. 
imrei fuaaday «ad Irum Sanrlae City only. Satur- 
i«> at ( r a. 

. I*a<i I tu Sparta, Wia, ria Undsuo 
-•«Te» ruoeday, IhurKlay asiC Saturday . at 8 a a. 
irn*«a M(m4.vy, Wadurad^y aud Friday , at ft r a 
■.tr»<iliof4Kta«e <irove, via Newport. 4e. I^oavee 
» irday at 1 r a 
>rrlTe« liaiur-iay ai tt a. 
tia«iam mail ••I<iecaat7)j a a. 
>iaiit laatiuK t>«fur« 7 o'eloek a a, cloae ai 7 r a. 
II oibera cloae kail an hour before the time of 
•■.ari:.!! 

j« postage ttpiHi ai; iraasleni printed matter, torel^n 

uJ>tim«« >c, aod upon all l«'iiers. roreifn and deraas 

.^, is now re.juired to be fully prepaid by LoiieJ Slates 

• <j4ts<c stamps. eioepliD eases where prepaymeoton 
ntiers .k<* . to t'orelgn eouatrtes Is optioaal aad the 
n^iJers do not wish to prepay. 

I'araous maillnn letters, newspapers, Ac., whether 
itrutestlr .>r>) foreif u eouatries. should therefore ascer- 
anatiheot&ce ormailiQg, the exact postage tn ea h 
3a»^ and ami L'uited Stat«a postagn ii^impa of sufflcleot 
'alue to prepay the full postaKe ibereoa. 

CUas. NICUOLh, Poatmastar. 

St t'aul,Oci. 28. la61. 




FORWARDING. 



B. 



o, 



AMPHITHEATRE. 

COBKKB SXVBIfTH AND JACKSON STKSkTH. 

Open. Every Weduesday and 
Saturday HJvenin«8. 



i\ r. LOBD.. 



a ...«. . . . • 



. Tr«aa«r«r. 



SqVXSTRIAir, QTMKASTJC, PAHTOMIMIC ASD 
TBiATKICAt FtaroRMAITCiS. 
Doora open at 7 o'cloeit. Performance to cemmenee 
•Xl^. Admlaaton, tteanta. Beaerved seau. AO oeau. 

There will also b« a BIDINO SCHOOL epeDforthe 
aceommodatloD of Ladies, Oeatlemen and Childreu. 
For Terms, *e., apply to 

O. W. DK HAVBK, Maoac r. 
^docl7. C. OLIVK8, B>1 1 Biding M.ster. 

OHKEHY & BRO THER, 

^ BXCTiriBRH. AM» DBALEBH IM 

Foreiijik 6c £)c>me8tio Liouora. 

OKOOBKIKS. 40.. 40. 



A \j. G R £ 1 

LOWKB i^KTBB, ST. PAUL, 

Storase, F'or MirardlnB, and 

OOMMISHION MSBCHAKTfi, 

WHdUBSALK UKALBRM IM OBOCBBIB8 
PBOVI8ION8, (iBAlH, 4e.. 4e., 
▲faaia for the Port Byron Extra Wklie Lime, 
AJao. Afeau for the 
ILLINOIS CBNTBaL EAILBOAI), 
And the 
UBAND TBUNB BAILWAY GO. OF CANADA. 
CoBtraeu for traiuportaUon betwaeo 8L Paol, Boaton, 
New Baflvcd, Mocireal, New fork and all potnta Baal, 
ma4a tipoo the lowest and moat arorable tenaa 
Mark Packages ■■ Care of L. B 4 U. Orelc." 
raaaeagar Ttekais via Bailroad aad Oeaaa Sieamera 
to and tnm all paj-ts or 

OBBAT BRITAIN AND IBBLAND. 
For Partk]alarsa(>ply ai the tteora. 
L B UBmo. tjaauj CHAS.aBBia. 



RAIL ROADS. 




BANK NOllCEb. 



U 



DVKRTISEI 



E. 



b. 



8UMMEK ARRANGEMENT. 
1861. 



CHICAQO, 



ST. U)UI8, 



H£W rOfir 



1861. 



BOSTON, 



CAIAO. 



TIA 



NK"' OHLSAHS, 



EMPLE k BEAUPRE 



U E, 
Com tniaaiou 



8 T O B A 

F'or'wardiniK and 

AMD 

LOWKB Lk'VEB, .St. Paul Mmn. 

AGBNTH for Latltn, Smith 4 Boie* ' tlua Powder. 
AgenU for the Dalted Hia-.aa DUpateh marlft-17 




S. B. CHAMrUM. 



Third street, between 
Dawson's Bloek. 



Jackson aitd Bebert >U-e«U 
dec6 dly 



LXSUUANCK, 






EATON, 



BAL I !iSOft.< NCR 4 t;OLLKCTINa AOBNT. 
Sr aOL, MIJfNlCSOTA, 
' aajiriao r rou.owiau nasTHXASs lasmiAaes 
cOBFAjiiaa : 

AJANHATTAISr 

» K IN-SUHANCE COMPANY, 
NEW YORK. 

t»' OaPITAI. and <UKP1.U8 9400,000 

HUMBOLDT 

l.iK iNUUKANOi:} OOIdLPANY 
OV NEW YORK CITY. 

^ii tJAriiAL AND ^PRPLUS S»4&,00j 

AROTIO 

- liiK iK^SUUANCK COMPANY, 
NEW YORK. 

AW.' 04 -iTAli AND 8UBPLU8 9298,U00 

CITY 

4Kb, NSURANOE COMPANY- 
bAHTPORD. CONNECTICUT. 

U I'AflTAL ANUSL'BPLUS SSaS.OU 

CONIS KCTIGUT 

IKK INHURANCK COMPANY 

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 

A .ti OAPirAL ANUSUKt LU8 9S«6,0(X> 

N ORTII-W^ESTERN 

r .Kli* MAKINK INS. COMPANY 
CITY OP 08WEOO, N.Y. 

x .• «'APITAL AND SURPl.t'S tSST.iftO 

N*^w Knglani Mutual 

-IFK INHURANi- COMP'Y, 
ttOHTON, MAdHACL JUETTB. 

4CK.^»v.l.Ark» rUJiU 01.780,711 J< 

I ^a>d in aod aecarely InTeeto-. Will Insure all kinds 

ates adapted lo the 



)f real aod peraoaal property 
aasard. 

Ais<) Inland Nartgatlon, aad 
tiska .aken. 
At .oMies boBwrably adjusted andpald 



f ranaportatlou Cargo 
aitkls 



ly 



OiNT!iVENTAL IN8URANCK CO., 



NKW YORK. 



-II paLi In aud securely mTested) 

Jul) 1st, IMU 

i.billi -i 0U,7ri 

(iKuRdK T UUPK, President 
ti. .lai-waT, tieorstary. 
i'vau -'SOB, Aaaisiant Secretary . 

ITY KIHK IN a. 



IftOO.OOO 
, W3,2uii 



COMP'Y, 



IT] H I G 


AGO BREWERY. 


LILL 


& DIVERSY. 




BKXWBBS OF 


Liirs stock. 1 




AND 1 


CREAM PALE ALeJ 


LAGER BEER, | 


PORIER 


AND BROWN STOUl, 




FOB SALS BT 


aeo17-dlT 


WM. C0NSTAN8, 

AOKKT ST. PAUL. 



AOOB NEWMA 

Merchant Tailor, 



N. 



orPBKs Bia 

VIRT LAROK AND WKLL SKLKCTKD STOOB 

THE BEST EVER BBOL'tiUT TO THIS 

MA&KET, AT A VERT LOW PRICK 

,„ -_„ Wholesale and BctaU Dealers kn 

CASSIMBRE. 
„..„_„ „„ QENT'8 FCRNISHINO GOODS 
RBADT-MAOB CLOTHINO, 4o. 

Purchasers would do well, before pnrehaslng else 
where, to ''xamtae and price the tioods 

JACOB NKWMAN. 
C othlng made at the shortest notice, by 
noT3-d3m JACOB NEVTMAN. 



WALTER W. WEBB 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Foreifijn "Winoa. Brandiea and 
Q-in, 

LONDON PORTER, SCOTCH ALE AND 
BCOTCfl WHISKEY. 

iLSq. OLD BOURBOV AND RVE WHISKY 

LO.VOWOBTH'.S STILL CATAWBA WINK, 
TIlAMPAONEli— CELEBRATED BBANDS, 4o 



UPHAM & HOLMES. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND OHiALBRS IN BOAT 4 BAB 8T0BB8, 
Vt J. W. Simpson's Wartbouse, 

sepl»-daw8m Ix)wer Levee, 8l Paul, Minn. 



NEW YORK. 



kyilal 

irulua. July 1st, IdtU. 



..>MO.(M> 
. . 133,M4 

«0SS,3M 



.•blUUea M,40U 

J08BKH WALK BR, President, 
THOS. W. BIRDSALL. Vice Pres't 
L. UAfiKMiK, Secretary. 

UARKET' FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
NEW YORK. 

•v^ta* $aOO,000 IK.1 

■ tcpina. Jaaaarj La*. UU 64.003 Si 



9204,863 11 
Abllltloa 98.6»7 84 

ASUKB TATLOB, Presldeat. 

•M < C. FaaaMAD, Seoretary, mySU 

Br>'tf 'biirihaoi the net produof <he bttslaessof hese 
>a|^<sii:ea are divided annually to bolder* t>f their poll- 
>U> ~eHp bearing Iniereat. 

JOHN 8. PBINCB, Agent, 
«i>4-4lT St. Paul. 

iITERPOOL and LONDON 

r IRE ATSTD LIFE 
insurance Gompanv. 

■■■' '- i " ^ — ' ■■ 
CAPITAL AND BB8BBTBD FUND, OTBB 
$6000,000 
PAID FROMPTLY AT 

WltaOtTT tlXTT DATS' aoTick. 
INSt'KANOB EFFKCTBO ON 



JOaa ROLXAKD. 

LA 



WIIXlAM DAWBOa. 

DAWSON 



TIOLLAND & 

DEALERS IN LAND WiRRANTB, 

STATr, COUNTY, AND CITY SCRIP. 
Will also buy and sell Real Estate, pay Taxes, loao 
aoney, sail Land Warrants, on ene or two years' 
'liae, 4e., le. 

Opposite HKW.SON 4 BARNES' BANK. St. PauL 
oeSl-d*wWd ^ 



Beaumont 6c Q-ordon, 

o R o C B RS 

AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

LARPBNTBOR'S OLD STAND, 

CORNER THIRD t JACKSON STS. 
amai-44wly 



P. F. McQuillan. 

WHOLESALE GROCER, 
A.nd Coxnzniaaion IVIerohant, 

PBINCKS NKW BLOCK. 



Je» 



LKYSK. SAINT PAUL. 



^0^~ h^ 



SIGHT. 



l»E 



EFFKCTBO 
TERMS. 



UBKBAL 



uUoles asalgaable bf eodorsemeat without pwmlnlOB 

tor eogagemeal 



of the Company, 
lible 



-ikareholders peraooally reaponaii 
of the Oompaay. 

JAMBS BBOWN. Esq., 
! FRANCIS COTTENkf, Esq.. 

■ HENRY ORINNELL. Esq.. 

Ai.FRKD PELL, kao.. 

ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Jr.. Bsq.. 



B. W. ARCHIBALD. Esq 
Add o bars. Dtreetors and Shareholders 



New York. 



$»piJ 



BKFKBBNCBB IN NEW TOBZi 

Duncan. Sherman 4 C«. 
Alex. T. Stewart 4 Ca. 
Urtaaeli. Mlatum 4 Co., 
B. L. 4 A. Stewart, 
O. W. 4 J. T. Moore 4 Co.. 
D. Appleion 4 Co. 

THOMPSON. BROTHBBS. 

AgenU for St. Paul aud Tletaltj. 



M 



TNA INSURANCE COMPANY, 



A3.-iBT8 JAMUABY 1. 18(1 $»t»9btirb 39. 

rlUE AND 

INLAND NATIQATION 

INSURANCE. 

omoa, K'o. e, Rosera* Slook, 

SAINT PACL, MINNBSOTA. 
iTlS^ly M. MOBLBT. Agent. 



niU(KNI& INSURAOB COMPANY. 
HA&TPORD. CONNECTICUT. 

« rs JANCABT 1, 1801 JOOO.OOO. 

JiStto Xa. Bocera' Bloefc, BL Panl. 
lajl Uly M. MOBLBT. Ag— t. 

riFB INSURANCE 

HIW70BC 

1 Atm Inaoranoa Company. 

HBW TOBK OITT. 
wiNT FBBBMAM. MOBBI8 PBANKUM, 

AMuary. Praaidrat. 

. atats ime of the b«M Ufa laauraaM CoaspaaiMtatM 
' .uved Staiaa. 
''•nptM m*r fee oMatM4 ot 

aw. 



s 



T. PAUL GAS LIGHT CO. 



By a leaolutlou of the Board of Dlreetors of the St. 
Paul Gas Light Co., adopted Norember 18th. 1861, the 
price of Gas was reduced from and aftar Not let, mm 

$6 TO $5 PER 1000 FEET. 



St. Paul. Norember IBih, 1861. 

JOHN 
DOTiO-dlmo 



A. PECKUAM, 
Seeretary. 



fAWs OF MINNESOTA 

Town OrgaaUation Law, 
County Organisation Law, 
Geaeral Road Law , 
Common Sehool Law. 

ALi. IK oaa i>AMrHi.Bt. 
PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS. 
Mallad to any addreaaln the State.l 
TwelTeCopleaforOlftO. For sale by 
PIONEER PRINTING COMPANY. ST. PAUL- 



N 



EW RESTAURANT. 

MBALS AT ALL HODBS. 
B; ALBERT KUBY, Ageot. 

CITY HALFWAY HOUSE THIRD STREET. 

Fresh Oysters dally, BcrTod up at a moment's notlea. 

THIRTY CBNTS PBB DOZEN. 
oel0-d3m ALBKBT KUBT. 

PROCLAMATION 

FROM 

JUSTICE A FOREPAUOH. 

The aDder«l«B«d, by rirtae of their oabounded sue* 
eeaseai ia suiting ihe wants of the people uf this eity 
and State, la their salectlona at goods, again eall th« 
attention of buyera to their splendid stoek of 

Spring and Sunxmer GK>oda. 

Our stoek is eomposad ot every TarlatT and oattam 
of LADIES' DBES8 GOODS at praseni la Style In tha 
aaaiam emts. 

Country daalara wUl flud It to thalr adraatata U> cIt* 
na a eall and azamlaa oar ficurea. 

)ell-dly JU8TICE 4 FOBBPAUOH. 



M. 



P. BROWN, 



.r^*-41y 



IMOBBBOLL. 

A«Mt,Bt.Cattl. 



IMPOBTBB OF ALL KINDfl'OF 

BEADS AND FANCY QOODB. 
Prioas to suit the ttaea. 

DEPOT, NO. 180PKABLSTBBBT NEW TOBK. 
aaglT 

EAGLE BAKERY, AND ORAOKEB 
MAN C FACTORY. 

vrrT«Tii ATM cmcs 

PBOPBIBTOB, MAIN STBEET, 
(latharearorthaAmarieaa Hooae, la new brlok 

bttlldlnf.) 
Thaikkrulforpaatfarara, he raapeetfujiy Informs the 
pnkUe that ha haa enlaisad hla aatabUahn. nt to such an 
•ztaat that ha U aaAblad ta anpply tka Pablla with 
Bread and Oraakara. aad MarahaaU at whaiaaale 
tlQwar nriaa ttes any othar Bftkary la St, Paal, 
n«Tl»-41y 



TUBODOKB Boacr. 

JgORUP & CHAMPLIN, 
Wholesale Q-rocers, 

STOBAUK, FORWARDING AND COMMiSH'OK 
We keep the largeat StoeK of Groceries in 8t. Paul, 
aad Country Merchants will And U to their uterest 
give ua a eall before purchasing elsewhere. 
soLB AeaiiTS roa 
Pitt's Thrasher and Separator of Chicago. 
Aatral OH Company, oi Pittsburgh, 

Cutter * Secombe's Paper MllU, of .ICiuneapolU 
Northern Line of Steamers to St. Louis. 

Unnuibal A .si. J<>e«pb UaUro&d. 

Miiwamoe 4 Prairie du Ctuaa Railroad, myll-dly 



Illinois Central 



AMD 



GALENA k 0. U. RAILROADS. 



EDGERTON, 

li anker » 



AMD 



m:xcii.a.^os brosleir. 

saint paul. 

CoUmuoos made onaU polnu In the NorU.West.aad 
I for leaa oorraat rates of axekaage and aotmsl ex 
inenrrad. jeS-dij 



JO BANKERS AND CAPITALISTS. 

The c'oiumisalouers uf Anoka County are desirous ol 
borrowing tntm five to ten thousand dollars, to enable 
them u> lund tite coontf debt, the loan to he aeourrd by 
County Bonds, running for not less than three years in- 
teresi payable seml-auuually. 

Paruea wUMng to lavaat in thoaa secoritlaa, wtll ad- 
dress eiUisr of ue undersigned, aiattng aasaant, time 
aiid terms, and every satistaetory Lulormation will be 
given. 

JAS. 8TARKEY, St. Paul. 
J.F. BLODukTT, 

anglO d3» County Andltor. Anoka. 



IT Ifcl THE 



NEW PUBLICATION o. 



LIFE OJb' TRj^JDE 



TBAIN8 LKATB DUMLBITH. 



l.fn*';^ At Chicago at ft. ift P 



DAT BZPBK8S. 7 A.M. 
Sundays axeepted 



NIGHT EXPBB88. tJSO 
P. M., Satardays ex- 
eeptad. 



yyM. CONST ANS 

Storage, l^orw^ardixi^ 



AND 



Coxnxuiaaion M.erolxant. 
WHOLESALE GROCER, 



DEALER m SALT, IV AILS, PLASTER 

PARIS, CEMENT. 

Aaaat rot 

Steams 4 Marrlns Safes, WUder's Patent. 

Brunswick 4 Bra., Marbia-Top Billiard Tahlaa, 



Ohio. 



MeCormiak's Reapmg and Mowiag Maahlnaa, 



J, 

cnn 

C. H 
1860. 

LUl 4 Dtversy's Chicago Cream Ale ! 
Mark Paokages, 
^lii t>are " Wm. Conatans, St. Paul. 



M ; Fultoo at S.SO P M , 
Burllattoji at 7.W P M 
vi^'^V- M« P M , St Loula^ 
^8 P )( ; 5Sro, 10.46 A iT; 
MwaphU, 38 'hours; New 
Orl^na SB hours ; New 
i ork. sa hours ; Boaton 6i 
hours 

Arriving at Chicago, 6.46 A 

M ; FcQtOD. at 3.06 A 

M , Rock laland, 6 a M , 

Barhngton, 6.30 A M ; Ouln- 

CT, V A M ; St Louh, U.Si P 

M ; Cairo, 10.46 P M : Mem 

his, 38 hours ; New Orleans 

hours ; New York ftl 

. hours ; Boaton, 63 hours. 



^ 



SPECIAL NOTIGE. 



[>ARK£R PAINE 

BABKMB AND BBOKBB. 

Bzehange bought and aoM. 

Collections made throughout the Stale. laterestal- 
lowed ou uma deposlu. 

Land Warrants bought and sold. laTestrnfuikntadc 
and taxes ^id t^tt noo-resideoia. 

Odice at «d stand, b.ink itow, M street, St. Paul. 

norio-dly 



LEGAL. 



ir TOO HAYK NEW G(X>D8 TO SELL, 

LSI IHE PEOPLE KNOW 11. 



ingers leartng St Paul on the Morning Boat 
OBTAIN A GOOD NIGHT'S BB8T, 
Aad arrire at Dunlalth, to eonnaet with Evenlitg Train 

for all potnta, South and Baat. 

Paaaeagers leaving by AiXemoon Boat eonneet with the 

Momlug Tralita from Dunlelth. 

a9*Sleepinc Car* attached to all Night Tralna. 
Baggage cheeked to all important polnU. 
For through Tickets and Information apply at the office 
of the Cetnpany, on Jaekaon street near Levee, 

S. B. FORBES, Agent, 8L Panl. 
W. B. ABTHOB, Gen'l Sap't, CUeago. 
W. P. JOHNSON, Gen'l Paaaenger Agent, Chicago. 

L. B. 4 C. GBEIG. 
<Ui>» Freight Agents. St. Paul. 



OBAS W. WOOLLB*. 



a. T. VOOAOLBT 



QJ LA.RLES W. WOOLLEY k CO., 



LOWER LEVEE. ST. PAUL. 

O B W A fi D 1 N 

AM» 



G 



Commission Merchants, 

DEALERS IN UROOERUtt, 
GBAIN, PBOVISIOMS, LIMB, ko., 



ko. 



AND 



AGENTS FOB TUB 
ILLINOIS CBNTBAL BAILROAD. 
PENNSYLVANIA BAILROAD. 
Davidson Line of Steamers, Minnesota Rtver 
Merthem Traasportauon Oumpany from the kasi 
Excelsior " Young Amenea" Com Cob Mill 
Woodward's Smuttar and Separator 
Ceroeene Oil Company of New York, 
4e., 4e., ^. 

Oootraeu for trausporiation between St. Paul, Uostoe 
New England, Montreal, New York and all points East, 
made npon the loweat and moat tavorablk terms by M. 
T. Compaay. 
Mark paekaces 

•• WOOLLBT4 00. 
St. PauL" 

For 

St. Paul, April 17. I860. 



ATTOK^EYIS. 



D. Cooraa k. f. Ubowbu.. 

nOOPER k CROWKLL, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, 
Irvine's Block, - . . st. ^,^ax. 

Prompt atiantiuu given lu businees in SUte and Fed 
erai Courts, tc Coilectioua, and to professional busiiies 
generaUy . teba*-4iy 

JUBB a SaHSOUK CRAai-BS C. LOJTD. 

AN BORN k LUND, 

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 
Practice lu all the Courts of this otate, and the L niied 
Siat«s District Court. 

OUhoe on I'hirdsU, jver t acknbln 4 Edgerion's Bank 
St^Paiii.^ febS8 

HORN* G A LU Th A . 
A ITORNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW 

ulllce, the >.ame as occupied by the late William Uol- 
linsheacj, hj«i., over the Store ot Culver 4 Farrington, 
Third Street, St. Paul. 

HENRY J. HORN. R. B. GALUSHA. 

febO-dly 



s 



M SHERBURNE. 
• ATTORNEY AND CUUNSKLLO.i-AT-LAWT 
Catholic Blook, Third Street, St. Paul, Mioneaota. 
noA;S-dly 



MORRIS LAMPREY, ATTORNEY 
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Prompt attenUon 
fcvea to CoUeeUng. omce, Heyward's Block, Third 
atreal. SU Paul, iliuiuisota. Iell-i> 



TAX PAYERS 



MOTICE TO 

< oasTT Tbbaiubkr's urrioa, > 

St. Panl, December 1st, 1861. > 
The duplloate of Taxes lor Slate County, Ciiy, Sehool 
and ai; other ;'urp(iee»i, lor ;he year Ib61, is uow In my 
bands for collecuo^, aud the lollowlug per oeuiage has 
beau levied : 



For the support of the Stale Governmeiit on each 
collar's valua tion 

To pay interest CD State indebiedncsB. 

For County purposes 

For support of Comiooa Schools, 

To pay :ulerest on C'oLiaty ludebtedneas 

For support Of ;he Poor 

For Road pnrposaa In lownof Bose 

For Townahip purposes in Town of Muaads View 
" „ •' " " White hear... 

Boad *• *• ii it 

" Township '• • Beaarre....." 

" Boad " " •• 

•* Special School and District tax " *. 

" lowDshlp parposes in Town of New Canada. 
" Special Sehool Ui strict tax '* ** •' 

" Road purp.ises In i owa of •• •• 

" Townsbip purposes in luwn of MaLaan 

" Boad 



Mills. 



2>S 

S 

1 
3 

^>i 
2 

ft 

3 
2 
3 
6 
3 
ft 



CITY TAXES. 

gPor support or City aovernmeni, and to pay Interest 
on Clt/ indebtedness, 6>6 nulls on eaeh dolUr's valua- 
tion. 

For n>aeial tax Second' Ward, Interest on Bobert 
Street Sewar donds, IH mills on each Oallar's valua- 
tleu. 

For special Ui Third Ward, interest on Frankiai 
Street sewer Bonds, 1.6 of a mill on eaoh dollar's valu- 
ation. 

A diaoountof tan per cent, will be made on Counij 
and City taxes. If paid before the Istof January next 
Five per cent, peualiy will be added to aii unpaid taxes 
after thai date. 

1 wll. attend at the plaee of holding elections lu each 
Townahp, for the purpose otrocaiviuK ta^es, as fol- 
lows . 

**cLean Townthip at the Poor Farm on Tueaday,Jao. 
7 th, 1862, 

New Canada Township, at St. ,ohn's City, on Thurs- 
day, Jan. 9ih, laOX 

While Bear Township ai the School House, near A 
Pepin's, on Saturday, Jan. llth.lSfti. 

itoee Townahip at the Sehool House, Lake Como on 
Monday, Jan. Uih, leOi. 

Mounds View Towa.'>hlp at the house of Uenrr Por- 
ter, on Wednesday, Jan. 16ih, isbz. 

Reserve Township at the bouse of William Nevlns on 
Thurdaay, Jaa. i6ih, 1862. 

I .wlU attend thereafter at my office In the eUy of Sl 
1 aul. to receive taxea from persons wUhlng lo pay ihe 

. ' ^ ROBERT A. SMITH, 
deelO.dtm County 1 rea surer ■ 

Jj^ 1 N N E 8 O T A 

Supreme Court Reports 



PUBLISHED BT AUTHORITY OF LAW. 



? O L U M B 3, 

eosiAivuia imm oabh Daoinu at nm nam ar 

ooirat UI 1866. 

««« PA«KS. »&ica •••0. 

Ml* BAUI BT. 

PIONBKB PBINTING COMPAXC, 
Saint Panl. 
WUl b* torwardwl by Mali, poat-paid, npon thereealft 
of theprtae. 



8 NOTICE 



4SSIGNEE 
Peekham, having aaada an asalgnaent of bla prop- 
erty for the benefit of his eredltors, nottee U harcbV 
given to all parsons having demands agatnat him to 
preaaat thalr olaima. And all peraons taaai WBTln 
dsbiad whia, are harvby notUtod aad rcaoirad to "^« 
lauaadlate paymaat to th« nodertlgaad. ^^ 

Dated hhahopee Mian. Nov.l3ih, 

L. OOWP 

oorlOdlB* 



1861. 



L, OOWPBBTUWAITB. 
Aawnaa of p. r* 



Peekham 



/ CHANCER Y SALE — DISTRICI' 

V> COURT Of THE UNITliD STATES FOR TIIE 
juSTivlCT OF MlNNEaoX A. tvft. 

Ivdward V. Prouty vs. Clark .T. Wiuans, Caadace A 
WlA.iu, Jonas U. W tnier and llarnei N. M inter 

FUKkMJLOStRli: IN CHANCERY. 

Decree, octubvr Term, A. D. l»ii— 61,iM u6, inlereai 

aad eoats. 

Pursuant to the decretal order uf the above Court, 
made m ihis cause, ai the October Term, a D 1861 the 
audersigued Master in Chant ery ol said t;ourl will .eli 
at public aucuuB, lo tAe highest cash tiiUaer, un i ues 
day, the aevtutn I7tiij oay ol January, A D 
iaoA at elereu u'clocx in ine toreuoon, ai the iruu! 
uuirauce lu the place ui holding tne saiU court, in 
Brjwn's Block, un ihird stieet, m the oity ol su Paul, 
in saiJ Uiatrict oi Miiineaou. the lollowing described 
prcmueii, situate lu the county ol Rice, state ofMiu- 
uuaula, to N%li : 

Ihe uoriii west quarter Ol section No. twelve 112L la 
townahip No one nunared ana nine lllW], uorth i.i rac^e 
Ao iweuiy-one ^21 J. west, conumiug one nuudred and 
■ixiy acres, mure ur leds. 

Pt. Paul, .xov.lj, 11)61. 

JAMlKS W. TAYLOR, 
. , Master in ..nauoery. 

Cols 4r Casa, PlaintiiTa Solicitors. norll>-dlaw6w 



For the 



1861. 

MILWAUKEE 



East. 

~ 1861. 

DU CHIEN 



AND PRAIRIE 
RAILWAY. 

FORMERLY MILWAUKEE AND M. B.B. 
raaoDfla to milwavabb ajib oaiCAOO. wixaour osAXai 

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MILWAUKEE, KEY OITT 

ITASCA, 
NOBTUEKN LIGHT, and WaB BAGLB, 

Will rua this Seasoa between 
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Leaving dally at 8 A m . 

Making a daily Una and reliable oonneetion with the 

Mil-waukee Sc Pralne du Ohlen 
Railroad, 

FOB MILWAUKEE AND CHICAGO. 



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And aicel all others on the Upper Mississippi for 

OONTENIENCB, 

BPBBO, 

AND OOMPOBT. 

They wUl NOT reoelve or deliver Freight at the La 
Croase Oepet, thereby avoiding delay. 

Paaaesgers by taking this line of Boats, leave St. 
Paai la the morning, paas La Croase 

BETWEEN 13 AND 3 AT NIGHT. 

ABO 

ABBIYE AT PRAIRIE DU CHIEN NEXT 
AFTERNOON. 
Giving the Paaaengers 

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to Cara, and Cars to Boat at 

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Superior Patent Sleeping Cars on all night trains. 

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Paaaengers tor Milwaukee make direct coanections 
with the 



OALB UNDER FORECLOSURE— 

k/ blATK uF MINNKBuiA, CoLNl V OF RAM- 

o«.Y,i^iaiRiCT Court secw»nd judicial dis- 

ftilc'l • 

Charlea Weils, Pl'u, against George Irvine aad Oliver 
Deau, defts. 

In ^urs.iaoce of a jadgeueui and decree of the Dis- 
trict i^ourtoi the Second Judicial Di.triot ol the State 
ol Minueaoia, uiade lo the above entitlea acuou. and 
beariuir d»ie un the Uiirieeuih ul July, A. U., loot 1 
Aarou W. i uilis, oheruj of tue sa>d County ol Ramsiy' 
appoiuitu oy saiU t, jurt loexecuta such juO^cmeut wiu 
aeli at public auuuuu, to the highest bta>.er, lor oaan at 
Ibe trout U<*ur Ol the Court lloU»e, lu .ne cuy oi bt t'lul 
in said county, on i hursOaj , ihe mum cay oi Jauiiary 
A. U., 1062, at ten o'clock in the loreuoio ot that <l»y' 
the toilowiuK aescnbeo pruuiiscs lyiug and beiua lu liie' 
couuty ot Kaiosey, aaa biate ol MioueMia, Auuwu auU 
aesUo*'*d as loiiow., u> wu: 

Luu numbered fourteen, UU and hfXeen, (16J in bloek 
number keventy, (To) in Daytun 4 Irvine's aadlijou to 
baiut Paul. 

Saint Paul, November lath, 18til 

AAa,oN W. TULLIS, 
Sheriff of Ramsey Co. 
by Ross WiLKUfsoB, Deputy. 

Sabbobii 4LD1ID, Atty'slur Piaintui. nov2U-dftw 



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CHANCERY SALE. — DISTRICT 
COURT 0>" THE LNlTtD Si'ATES KOR THE 
DISTRICT OF MINNESOfA— SS. 

Lotus Himonin vs. Andrew K, Kiefer, Augusta E 
Kiefer and Herman H . Macbleit. 

IN CUa.VCKRY. 

Foreclosure Sale— i>ecree, October Term, A.D., 1861— 

$876 44, interest and coats. 

Pursuant to tita decretal order ot the above enutled 
conn, maae in this eauae atiiie i.*ctoOert erm, a.d. 1861, 
the uuaenjigned, Maaier lu Chancery, wih »eli ai pub- 
lic aucUwu.iolhe nigbesl ca.U biader, on Tueaday. the 
tweuty-louith (24tO; day ol December next eustiiUK, 
U86ij, at eleven o'clock in the loreuoun kt that day at 
thetront entrance to the place ol holdloK said L'uiieC 
States District ^./Ourt, In BrowL's t>locx, on '1 blr' street 
la the ciiy ot St. Paul, in saia Dw.ncl uf Miunesoia', 
the lollowiug deavrioed pretaises, situate in the oouniy 
01 Dakota, lu saia i>iairict oi Miuaeaoia, to wit ; 

Xbe aouinwesiqukricr oi the ^outbeast quarter, and 
the s> utheaai quarter of the suuUieaai quarter of sec 
tiun Lweniy-one Uij, in lowuahU' uue huuureU aud of 
leen |il6l, nortu oi range tweuty ixuj west, cttniaunuiK 
eiiibty Laui acres of lauu. 

Ai.o, ine loaoHiot described land in said oouutv to 
wit : ' 

Oommencina seven bi chaius an., thirty 1301 links 
noruieaa eri. iroui tue souiu weal curner ul tae rulier- 
luu purcnaae ; ttience ruuni g uuria nity-tive iMj oc- 
greea ana twenty i2j, miuuus e si, to tue MisaiMiupi 
river, Ucuce oue lij chaiu abd niuety l^j unAs lo vTiu 
Fuller', west Uue , lueuce along aaid u..e lea lit;. 
oluuns , theuce lo puint of begiuniug, cuntaining iwu 
Uj a- res ol land mure ur less. 

Also. 10 wt a uouui) : 

tne * r.i uai> Ul tbe northwest quarter, and the north- 
wemqu^rier Ol ihe.uaio.es. quarter, aaO the ujrU 
weal qa.>rtcr oi the bufUieaat quarter, aou ,h« aa«t naii 
01 the uOMnweatqiiArior, aud nerioeast qu.ritr of the 
sou.Awesi quarter, all ui secuuu numberau iwenty ouc 
l^lj, intowu tup oue uunured a..ii niieeu Ilis], norih of 
range nuiaoer iwreuty 120] west. 

JAM&t* W. TAYLOR, 

_ Master iti Chaaeerr 

Dated SL Paul, Nov 5, 1861. v»»-oerj . 

M. s;. ambs, Piaintut 's t>oUeltor. nov6-dlaw6w 



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to the elty who eannot trava-.. Uia whof. pl^bw 
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speculations, and aying rumors ol the dauy Juurual 
ana the punderous lome ot the luiurc huloriau, *riueu 
after the living icteresi and eiciitmentoi the ^reat u,. 
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to theae PeriodioaU tliai r.-..dtrs mu.t looX lor it'e i.n , 
realty mteiiigibie aud rciUble hiaiory Oi current cvenia 
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For all four U the Reviews, .. 

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and but FotKlh;ti..N Ch.Nf.> a >ear lor each tl t e 
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AMD AS A 

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the Nos. ol the >auiePcri dlca s lor isoo will befurulsb- 
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buoaorioera wisuiug also the .-"los lor '61, Will be BUP 
pUed at the foiiow lug t ^tremely low rales. 

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DETROIT AND MILWAUKEE BOATS,.«« 
For Detroit and all Eastern Points. 
Passengers f rem the East leave Milwaukee un arrival 
of Detroit and Milwaukee Boats, and Chicago, on arri- 
val ot morning Trains from the East, arrivtog at Prai* 
rte du Chien.at 7:3U P.M., getUng Supper and a full 
Bight's real on the Boat, arriving ''i St. Paul nex 
eventog. 
Lake FrelghU by New York and Erie. New York 

Central, BnSklo, Cleveland and Chicago 

WESTERN TRANSPORTATION AND NORTHER> 
TRANSPORfATlON 

LINES OF PROPELLERS, 

Are landed at Milwaukee only upon the docks of this 

Company, 

Saving Cartage and nsk of breakage. 

Freighu via Detroit and Milwaukee Railroads, 
ARE TRANSFERRED FREE UF CHARGE. 

Freight via Chicago does not chauge Caia, and is 
shipped from Prairie Du Chien on the day of Its arrival. 

Freight for poinu on the St. Croix River Is sent 
through without transhipment. 

Paaaengers holding through Tickets are subject to no 
transfer charges at Milwaukee or Chicago. 

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For through Tickets apply to 

C L CHASE, under the Wlnslow House, St Anthony. 

J H THOMPSON, under the Nleollet UeuBe, Minne- 
apolla. 

D BRONSON, Jr., 4 CO.,StUl water ; 

And of all the Agents between St Paul and Prairie du 
Chlen, and of 

CUA8, TUOMPSOa, TIeket A«en^ 
Comer Jackson street and Levee. 
BOBUP 4 CHAMPLIN, Freight Agenta, St Paul, 
J. laAWLKa, 

Gen. Agu Pra. du Chleu. 
E. P. BACON, General Ticket Agent. 
WILLIAM L. DANA, 

Gen. Freight Agent, Milwaukee. 
WILLIAM JERVIS, 

Superlnteodent, Milwaukee. 
J.J. nOAHt Western Agent. 
Nora.— The attention of the publle is particularly 
aallad to the fact that aaatcrn shippers by this ronte 
will have the privileges of adjtutment ot overeharges 
daasagaa, 4c., at St. Paul, by Messrs. Borup a Champ 
Un, who are especially authorised to liquidate aad settle 



CHANCERY SALE. — iilSTRICl 
COLBi O.' THE UNITED STAT.b FOR THE 
D.STKiCl OF MI.N.NEhOlA-SH. 

fchepherd Cox vs. Charlc. Coiier and Mary Ann Col 
ter, his wife, Richard D. Wood, ./osiah Bacon, i^ewis 
W. ti ay ward. Beiyamiu V. Marsn, Hart a. Leaviit. 
Kdwaid Y. jowaswud, partners as Wood, Bacon a Co 
Franeis iioskiu., Coison Ueiskell, James '1'. tie.skeli 
and 1 nomas s. Young, partners as Uoskins, UttskellA 
Co. 

Decree October Term, A. D. 1861-$l,aM 16. inUrest 
and costs. 

FORECLOSURE Ani> .*>aLK OF MORTGAGED 
PRKMlMiS. 

Pur* tut to the drcreial order of said Court made 
in the above cause at ihe October Term of saic Court, 
A. 1). 1861, the undersigned. Master in Chancery oi 
s&id Court, wiU sei, ai public auction to ihe hlgnesl 
sash bidder, on Thursday, the uiueiecnth llSkn] day of 
December, A. D, . 1801, at eleven o'cloca lu the lore- 
noon, at the front entrance to the place at holdinit 
the said Court, in Brown's Block, Third street in the 
city or Sl. Paul, and Du.rict ol Miunesois, the loliowin* 
described premises, situate in said County of Kamsev 
State of Minnesuia, town. 

The north halt IXJ of lot number throe 13]' In block 
three 13, In ktoyt's addition w tne town, now city of su 
Paul, in saii- county ol Kamiey. accerding to the re- 
corded plai. thereot at the Registry of i-eei in and for 
said county. 

St. Paul, .Sovember 4, 1861. 

JAMES W. TAYLOR, 

Master m Chancery. 

M. LAMrEBT PlalntUt 's Solicitor. nov6-t.6w 



CHANCERY SALE. — DISTRICT 



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^TRAVELERS AND SHIPPERS 

OOIMO TO THB 

lABTSRN STATES OR CANADA 
May And It to their advantage to call for Tiekeu bT war 
or the Detroit and MUwaakee BaUroad, and U. B M. 
Btaamshlp Line 

New 



To Datrett, Sncpeaaloa Bridge, New York. Boston 

Philadelphia, Woflklo, Jtegara »aiU. 

Bochactar, eyraeoae, «Bke, Uuea, 

Albaay, Trpy, SaratoPVpertland, 

Olaralaad, Piattaborg, Baltimore, Waahiagtoa. Toronto. 

Hamlltoa. McMiraal, (jaabce; 

AMD OTHBB PLAOBI BAST. 



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Bceape irom B«aT AND DUST so annoylac to rail- 
road paasangers at this sea sod of the year. 

Avoid the L'NcERfAlNTY AND DELAY of o ban* 
lag ears at J unetioBa. * 

Thaattaouon of SHIPPERS is called to this favora- 
ble ronte, a ihey oaa always depend on the LOWCiiT 
RATES aitd QUI KJ»T TI .E. "« »• i-o wmct 

Ttokata na Vrainc du Obiaa or La Crocaa to be had at 
priMlViU tlakat 0«caa. "-~ «• oe aaa at 

,JB.. WHITMAN. 
0«a»nl WMtwja AMni. MUwankac. 

M4« a«B«ral 8«pMlniardcnt Datrotk 



V COURT OF THE UNIIKD STATES FOR THE 
DlSlRlCl OF MINNICSOIA-SS. 

Aiexandrr T. Watson trustee of Helen Kerr Watson 
vs. the " Masonic iiuildiag Association. " ' 

FoRECLOSURs; IN CHANCERY. 
Decree, Ocivber lerm, A. U., lisol, lor $1,240 26, interest 
and cosia. 

Pursuant to the decretal order of the above court, 
made in tuls cause at toe voiober Term, A. D., 1861 the 
uudersigaed. Master in Chancery, olsaid court, wtll'tcil 
Ki pui/lic auciion lo hehighebioasn bidder un Tuesday 
the 31slday ot December, A. D. ib61, at e.eveu ocl<«k 
in .he lorenoon of that day, at the Iruut enirauce w the 
place of holding said Court, in Brown's Biock on Third 
street, in the city of St. Paul, In said Dutriot of Miaue 
sots, tne lollowing described premises, .ttuate in ihe 
t>)unty ol Kam.ey, b^ate of Aliunesou ; or so much 
ihereol as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, in- 
terest aud costs, to Wll: 

L.)ta numbered iwu (2j and oue, (Ij in blook number 
iweuty-two, t22> lu saint Paul proper, as recorded in 
the office ot toe Register of Deeds of said Ramsey 
county. ' 

St. Paul, November 14, 1861. 

JAMliS W. TAYLOR, 

„ . „ Master in Cnancery. 

UOBB 4 Gai,usua, AU'ys for Plalnttil. bov16-6w 



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iT^oT. ;;, afr '*•' ■" • ''"" *'"='' •^-i "-oS^rTi ::' 

'^J?''^'^y''^' "*• *'•' «^««1/ iiumoer of which was 
published ou Au^fuai ;«i,i, na.'re-eived ihe uug ^of* 
encomium, ot tue prr s» and ol le»ciu/^cn7x!l^» 
c-ody WUl read it w.tiiou. .aa.ta.-tt^'rl ^i^'^iTbe :i. 
the caud. oi every tuion mat. a-uuiu os ui 

10 be had ol au i^ewsveLder., po.imasters aud bu^ 
sellers every wticre. ""aawrs auo oooB 

iuoacnoers seuoing ONE DOLLAR la a good blU or 
poaiage .i^p, ^ u.« undersigned ,u. whom^Torde™ 
are u> be directed] wui receive by mau. ]Z,Vu»idiS^ 
weekly nuu.bcr». ' ^^ »'*'"• ''"' 

In oroeiius copies the fuU and exact addreas wltb 

jowu, cuuuiy, and fciai. kK,..,i.< i.. ~^oaa. wiui 

stance. 



biata aliould be giveu in every tn 

competent Agent* wauled m all Towns and Coani«ea 

FttAD'K U*,RnA«.D, 
ai k. oeueral Areni 

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EFEREE'S SALE.— STATE OF 

MINNiiSOTA, msTltlCr COURT, SECOND 
Di-TKUl, RAMSKY i:oUNlY, S». 

Thumas Daly ajtainst Paul Wiehlc and Marv Ann 
Wlehle his wUo. ' ^^ 

Decree lor sale of mor: gaged i remises made by the 
above cuurt lu ihe above euutled cause February 9 1861 
Damages and costs $628 86. 

Pursuant to said decree, the uaderaigned, appointed 
therein a special releree lor the purpuee, will sell at 
public aucti on. to the highest cash bidder, on Tueaday 
the Iwca ly -Qrst oay oi Jaiiuar> neii ensuing 118621 at 
eleven o'clock In ih»- lorenoon ot hst dsy, *i the trint 
door of the Court Jlou-.e lu at. Paul Ccuniy ol Ramsey 
aforeaald, the loUowmg property situate in salu Kam- 
sc* County, to wit : Lot Uity -one Iftl] in Thomas Daly's 
Sttbdlvlsl n of bkck two L2i m 6uu>oo, Brown 4 Ram- 
sey's addition lo St. Paul, according to the plat thereof 
ou record in the oftce wl Reguier of Dreda uf aaid 
County. Also, lot lour [4] of aectiou three [SJ lu Ujwo- 
ah p tijirty 1301, north of range iwenty-two iZtl west, 
contaimag 66 4u-luU acres. 

St. Paul, Dec. iU, 1861. 

UsiO. W. PBE8COTT, Baferee. 

Loasiizo ALUS, rlamUiTs Atiimey. deelu 



n HANCERY SALE. — DISTRICT 

V/ Lkiurt 01 the United States for the District of Min 
nesota, ss. 

Israel G. Lath va Anna Vichers. 

IN CUANCEBY. 

Decree June Term, a. D. la61. Foreclosure and 
sale ol ai engaged premises. Sb,lu2 80 and costs. 

Pursuant lo loe order ol ihe auuve court diteetisg a 
re..eale ol the mortgaged premises descnbod lo tne 
above decree, the underai^ned, soeciai Master lo >aid 
cause, will sell a paoiuj sue. ion, m toe hlgflesi oaah 
bidder, on ihursday, tne twei.ih day of December in- 
stant, at eleven o'clooK In the forenoon, ai he .r. m en- 
trance to the place of holding the said t;ourt, in Brown s 
Block, oltyol ttl. Paul and Dt8tr«i of MinLcsota the 
loiiowmg described premises aud their appu'teaanees 
altuaie In the t)ounty ot Ramsey and State ul Miuaeaoia.' 
to wit : ^ 

Lot seven la block seven In Rice 4 Irvine's addiuon 
to bt. .'aul, aceordiog to tite plot thereof <ia racord m 
the office ot the RB^ister f Deeds for said county of 
Raaaey , and also ibe s>jo:h inlid uf lots six aua seven 
In block six.eeo m the original luwo ol bt. Paul, ao 
cording to the p (h ibcreot uu record, sai- premists be- 
ing bounded as ful ows : Cummenoing at a poiut In the 
north ea.teriy linn of Jaek*oa aireei, dia.an; sunih 
easterly oa« nunjred f< st irom the laiersecitvo uf iha 
said line wiih me son b eaaierly ime ot t'ii\b street, and 
running ihenoe sloug said Una ol Jackson street. souUt 
easMsriy Uity Icet ; t.ence a. rlgbi •n«Jes oortheaaurjy 
one hoodred and aloateco leet , lacuce at r'thi aagiec 
northwe.ieriy ai y teei, ihei.ee at right angles one bun 
drea and uiueieen feet to p lace ot beginoiog. 

Sbouid the sale not be oomnlcted aud tae purchase 
mouey paid ev.r wluuu tweuiy luur hours alter maki>.B 
tae same, the proper.y wiU be resold witooul lurther 
Boucc lo tiis higbes. bidder. 

et. Paul, Dec. 9, la61. 

GBO. W. PBESJOTT, 

.. ._ _, Speciamaater tn Chancery. 

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^ NEW YORK TRIBUNE 

NEW VOLUME. 

On the seveuih of September. l861.1UENkW YORK 
WEEKLY TRIBUNE commenced the twenty Urs; year 
of Its existence ; THE i-AlLY TRIiJt NE belair 
monthi. Older aud ihe SE:Wi-V* Kk^LY - ^* 
somewhat yoanger. 

For more than twenty years, this journal haa labored 
inwhaiiw conductors have leit to be the ^4« « hn 
inanity, jusuce aud ireedom, endeavoring lo am^SiSL 
the cuudiuon 01 the oppreaaed and ullertunatrX 
bunor and encourage uaelui exeruou m wUaievei 
spbere, and. to prouiot* by ail means, the moral nlei* 
Ijeciuai and material adt ancemeai ol our coumPv fr 
has aimed to be right rather tban popular and'l^ei 
pouse anu commend to-day the trutn that others mVv' 
not be wiiliuK to accept lui to-morrow ' 

lu pursuing this course, misuu.ec have doubtless beeu 
made, and ia uta oommiued . but, ha.ingin aU uSli" 
incited uur readers to iniuk and uOkc lor .hemieK?! 
ratner tnan aio^i b.iudly uux own tr uthera ^iu 
sl»u., we beaev.. we may lairiy claim for ihu, Wua) 
the credit ot naving quauned iw readers tu detect alid 
CApoae eveu its onu criora. 

to deveiope the minds oi the young by the most r^n 
erai, thorouib and practical educai.. u, .nd to euc 
aaeaiid siiui:ii..ie pruouciive uioubtry, iur,.a*t, tri» 
traitis Oi public landa ui actual setuera anc cumvaton. 
as also through the protectiou u imn.ature or pecuiiAr" 
ly «xpoaed Sranches irom to> poweriul loreigL compc 
uuou, are ABJ.jng tne aims to wbicu ihiajourua has ad 
hered tbiough good aud evil report, — • ~ 

( tasiiy cooutteuda to Americaa 
thropy. 

As to the rtvtl war uow devastaUng our connirv wa 
holo It UJ iiave oriKiuated Ul a rebeiiioo more wMion 
wicked, luexcusao,, inaa was ever bel.re knuwu-Hi 
rcoeuiun in ihe interest of the lew against the u^Tl 
arebeUiuu oeauaedtoraise higher lie wails oloiite 
and tighten the chains 01 oopr«^uon oi oaaji 

tiavuMt done ail we couid wlihouf* surrender of vital 
principle to avuid iuu war, aud wiiue..e™ue lorbea? 
aa«e, mecaneaa, and lung auUerim. wi.ii whicb the rr^. 
rrai tjovernment rougni lo a»crt its terrors, we bold U 
our clear duty, win, .hat oi every •^her ciuxen, lu atand 
by the aauuo and n. lairJy choaeu rulers, a. d lo second 
with all our •uerj:ies meu- e:i«r.s tu uphold the Luwn 
the Cuusutuiwn aud Uie supremacy oi ibe laws. And 
inough ti.e rebeiuuu has becumo, torounh usurpalon 
dccepden. lerr-riam, and apuUaUou ieariui.y alrX we 
believe the American itepuouc lar s.r..fger. \nd iT* 
UU, unantmoua, earuesi edurui ol loja. iieilij. aud hsTos 
Will insure lu ov eribrow . nauua 

Bttiouaiinueaaonaall^ilni the objeoia tie scoue 
iriot^^'Vhol^T'lim^'''''^'^'-'^^ '"^'^' ^^' 

iY-rri;':Tu A t^nr/ui^pu^roi:^'' sT 'oi'i^ 

indispensable lu so grave a^ emergen^. 

in a criais uke oie presen^ our otiumnsmust be 
largely eugroaaed wim tne current h,ai,T"S« waj 
!?'.±;.h''"'- ^^ *'^ "iucdati^B. Of lu m^ ailklJirj 

to Lltcra 

Pruirreaa. to 

we iruai, 

cuatempurariea. " p.-mon among lu 

»'^v?r-".'^i".''i,'',^l»^4L?» 'o F-<^uce a ccmprc 
glean a 



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henaive newspaper, ir.m .hicca cart*lul reader iay 
vivw aud laiiAful hiauiry ot Ue ilmea. uoi 
merely in ihe domain ol action but in uuu oi liii.uu 

AS our lacuiues for acquiring intormation increase 
witnyear.. we ira.1 ihai an UBpro%en.«ui in the coT 
leti SKI uurjouiua. laporceputie, and in»t, m the va- 
nety aud lumeaa oi u.te..nreuce ailorded.