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THE SAINT 



PAUL 



DAILY 




VOLUME III. 



S^IISTT J^JlXJIu, B:a.TTJRDAY , JULY 2 5, 1863. 



NUMBER 174. 



(The ^aittt 3?aul f te$i 



Sttttftanil l^alt<>«l «tMt«*a OMvImI Pwpvr. 

«#- rni.sp;>por han u larj{>'r Dally, Trl-Wi't-kly 
I nd Woekly ciroulutiou than any other in Minue- 
ota, and th.'tvfon" prosent* inducements toad- 
rerti^ern which they will nut dnd elaewliere. 

SAINT I'.Vri.. SATIKDAY. JULY 25. 

Till: ini.%11. 

W»» tak»' the following from the N. Y. 
Tribune ofthr iJOtli iust. : 

Till ro is a very ginenil fxiiteuicut aiul pre- 
iudi>\' av'iiinst tlic Iiisli rusidentx of our « ity 
boiaiiso oittiv' riotttiis Diitrages uf l;i>it wook, 
»\lii»li, ihoUiTh iiatmul. is tiMuliiii,' to >cross In- 
lUstiiT. It is true that uu»t ot" the iiinue»lia!e 
perpctiat'is ul" tliose outvayies were of Irish 
hir;h «>r liiuaije; luit it is not true that ail. or 
nearly all the Irish, uor eviu of the Iri>h Ki>- 
uuni C atliolies, are either rioters theiuselvi s 
or s\ u»patlii/ers with the rioters. On thceou- 
WAvy , u-f ptiionul/i/ i'notc in»it>j trixh Ciit/m- 
Ill's who arc tin /<>(/<>/. *i^ Uiw-abiding and 
•1.1 hostili' ti> all iiuiniitf of riot und outrage, as 
ant/ nun on turth. ' For example, our 
Sixth and Fourteenth AVards, whieh are ))re- 
eiuiueutls , predoiuiuuutiy Irish, hax' not liei-u 
vliSKiieed \>\ a sinirle outra},'e, not even ui)on 
their eoloreil residents. And from every quar- 
ter we haNe testimony that theiudu3 rious, so- 
fter, iutellijxcut Irish— <ifwln'nt there are thou- 
sand> auu'U^' us — iudijinautly deeliued all 
partiiipati u in the eriiues of tlu' ijroij-sh ip 
rowdii's and nillians whu did tlu'ir worst to 
disi:iaee tlie Irish name. Nearly all who were 
eve-wituesses of thi.' shameful doings of last 
\veiU iigree I'U this point. Mr. N. 1'. \Villi>, 
who Witnessed the l>uruiug on Monday alter- 
iiouii ti|' the gun futory in Seeoml Avenue, 
thus writes iii his Iloint- Journal. 

"'/'hi'rr icfrr no uixv.w Jrh/i among f/irni. 
Irish they all wero^-very soul tif ihein — lait 
they were the dirty, half drunken, lirut:il ro\\- 
ilie>, wiio are the ici>ros\- of that l".iir-skinued 
raei'. They were tlu" filthy pustules of an 
eruption on the Irish skin — niK to l>e aeeounf- 
ed part of the natural eoiui)le\ion of the 
Mood, hut starved dttwu and pnri;;nl away like 
a diseased exeess. In ordinary life, such fel- 
lows sneak about, and hide from daylight in 
plaees where they ean drink, and dehaueh, 
and eontrive wiekedness; but here — whcrethis 
grand tiie made them feel like masters, and 
gave them iuipudenee f.T tlu' hour — they were 
the pieturis of sauey Inggars, halt-drunken 
brutes and robbirs, loiigiug to put a elutih 
up;>u your throat and empty yo.ir poekets. 
One of our da iv jiapers t stimates this elass of 
Nvw York p iMilanou ar 20,0(M). II,>\v shall 
we su;!leiently tlanin, for all history, the 
eriuging politician or eowarilly oilit'e-hoFder 
who— fur a lu.ike-weight to hi- party — will 
l>asely strive to propitiate siieh a seuin of a 
great lity .-" 

What the Tribune and Mr. Willis .say 
of Xt'w York is' eijiially true ol St. Taiil. 
There are nuiubers of decent, iutelligeiit, 
and orderly Irishuieu in this city, who 
are among our best citizens, who have 
never mingled in anv of the rows which 
have dis<rraeed the citv, who hold the 
rowdies in utter scorn, and whom it 
wotild be a gross injustice to confound 
with the class of miscreants who are al- 
ways ready for a "bit of a shindy." 

These men, the loyal and orderly class, 
have consideral)lc intluence with their 
fellow countrymen. As good citizen:* 
they have an obvius duty to discharge 
at this time beyond the mere abstaining 
from the combinations to resist the draft, 
which the conspirators are foolish enough 
to suppose to be their own secret. 

For their own sakes, to rescue the 
Irish name from the popular odium which 
is sure to follow acts of lawlessness on 
the part of their ignorant and vicious 
compatriots, we trust they will not neg- 
lect that duty, nor fail to turn these mis- 
guided instruments of treason from a 
path which only leads to their sure des- 
truction. 

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VAI.I.A.rVDIftiHA.Tl'M PEACE l>ltO> 
POMITIO.^'M. 

We ran put our space to a much more 
profitable use than in publishing the ad- 
dress of the traitorous outlaw — Vallan- 
digham. 

The "nub" of the whole address is 

contained in the following extract, in 

which an Ossa of stupendous impudence 

is piled upon a Peliou of falsehood and 

hypocrisy : 

"Traveling a thousand miles and more, 
through nearly one-half of the Confederate 
States, and sojourning for a time at widely 
ditferent points, I met not one man, woman, 
or child who was not resolved to perish rather 
than yielil to the pressure of arms even in the 
most desperate extremity. .Vnd whatever may 
and must Im> the v.irying fortune of the war, 
ill all whieh 1 reeogni/.e the haiul of Provi- 
dence pointing visibly to the ultimate issue of 
this great trial of the States and people of 
America, they are Itetter prepared now every 
way to make good their inexorable purpose 
than at any period since the beginning of the 
struggle. These may indeed be uuwclcomo 
truths; but they are addressed only to candid 
and honest men. Neither, however, let me 
ad(l, dill I meet any one, whatever his opin- 
ions or his station, political or private, who 
did not declare his readiness, when the tear 
shall have ceased and the invading armies been 
withdrawn, to consider and discuss tlie ques- 
tion of re union." 

Really — how splendidly kind ! — how 
magnificently magnanimous ! If we will 
only consent to withdraw the victorious 
armies of Grant and Hanks and Rose- 
crans and (Jilmore — and give up Vicks- 
burff and Port Hudson and New Orleans, 
and surrender the ♦KK),000 square miles 
ol territory we have rescued from the 
rebel power, to Mr. JefT. Davis — 
why, in that event, the rebels may gra- 
ciously condescend to be ready — to do 
what? 

" To coNsiDKu .\xi> i>isrL'8.s the 
ipienfion of re'Union. 

And Mr. Vallandighain was sent away 
in a rcbsi ship, with all the honors the 
rebel confederacy could heap upon their 
self-elected ambassador — to bear this 
message to the North ! ! 

If we will give up to them all we have 
won, grant them virtual independence 
and the power to dictate their own terms, 
the generous creatures will graciously 
consent to hear what we have to say — 
*' holding their noses a little," of course. 
They may even go so far — if cverythmg 
is made agreeable to them — as to " con- 
sider it ;" and possibly, if we are suffi- 
ciently humble and contrite, and will eat 
all the dirt the peace scavengers may 
offer us, they may be induced " to dis- 
cuss the question of re-union !" 
Oh! ah! 
Many thanks to you, gentle chevaliers. 



but you are a little too late — we don't in- 
tend to " (lisi'uss the ([uestion of re-union" 
any more. You, yourselves, nearly two 
years and a half ago, took the question 
out of tiu! arena of di.<*cu.t3ion, and sub- 
mitted it to the arbitrament of arms. We, 

at least, are A'illing to abide the result. 
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THE «I.ORiOrA HECOMD OF 
TIIE IMT .-m.^.^rEMOTA. 

At last we have received the oilicial re- 
port of the present gallant commander of 
the First Minnesota, of the luagniticent 
part wh ch th^y played in the battle of 
Gettysburg. 

It more than justifies the inferences 
drawn from the mournfully elot|uent tes- 
timony ol their broken and decimated 
ranks — the crimson but glorious record 
of their killed atid wounded. The history 
of this war from its beginning, magnitl- 
cent as are the feats of heroism whieh it 
records, will hand down to posterity 
nothing of whieh they will be more proud 
than the splendid conduct of our Minne- 
sota boys in the battle of Gettysburg. 

Their names— :.ll of them — the killed, 
the wounded — God save them !— the sur- 
vivors — (iod protect them ! — will be cher- 
ished in ilie heart of hearts of the people 
of the State for whieh they have won im- 
mortal honor, and held in grateful re- 
inemliraneo by their children's children 

to the latest posterity. 

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:«IEADE'M :«1I«»TAKE. 

A private letter from Washington 
assures us that the greatest disappoint- 
m«'nt and chagrin prevails there, especi- 
ally in Administration circles, at the 
escape of Lee. The (Jovcrnment had 
spared no etlbrt or pains to ensure his 
final defeat. Meade had fifty thousand 
fresh troops, a number nearly ecpial to 
that of Lee's whole army. The advice of 
some of his generals dissuaded him from 
making an attack, which, if he had fol- 
lowed his own judgment, would certaiidy 
have resulted in the utter rout of the ene- 
my. It was the most ))rilliant opportu- 
nity ol the war, which was lost by that 
unfortunate delay of ten hours. 

The New York Times'' Washington 
correspondent says : 

Persons scareliiug to know a good thing 
done by the (ieneral-in-C'hii't', can be gratiticil 
in at least one particular. During the hesi- 
tancy to attack I,ce, while the latter was esca- 
ping, tr(n. Meade telegrai)hedtoGen. Ilalleck 
the divided opinion of his council of war. The 
following is the substance of Gen. Halleek's 
reply : 

•* it is proverbial that councils of war never 
tight. .Vttack the enemy at once and hold 
your coiiueil of war aftenvards." 

It w as a plaigarism from Napoleon ; btit we 
ought to Ih; thankful for any thing Napoleonic. 

Our correspondent says, "of his own 
knowledge," that Ilalleck telegraphed to 
Meade, a curt and severe reproof for bis 
failure to attack at this critical opportu- 
nity ; and that General Meade — than 
whom none felt more keenjy and bitterly 
the error he had committed — immediate- 
ly requested to be relieved of his com- 
mand. This reijuest was declined, the 
Administration still feeling an undimin- 
ished confuh-nce in this excellent Gen* 
eral. 

Tho New York World has the follow- 
injx in confirmation of the above : 

General Meade, so we are informed from 
trustworthy sourees,tendcred his resignation as 
commander of the Army ot the Potomac im- 
mediately after the retreat of Lee across the 
Potonoac. It is understood that he felt keenly 
his error in not attacking the enemy on last 
Monday, wlicu Lee was really retreating' and 
could iiave been taken at a great advantage. 
The President refused to accept Gen. Meide's 
resignation, so the latter i^ now in Virginia 
with his whole army, pursuing the retreating 
rebels with but smiill hopes of catching thcni. 
General Meade's retention in command will 
please the country. He won a defensive battle, 
and has failed in an offensive campaign in 
which the advantages were in his favor. His 
discretion and truthfulness arc so marked, 
however, that the country feels at least safe 
with him at the head of "the army. His dis- 
p Itches prove him to be a Christian and a 
gentleman, and a marked improvement upon 
his immediate predecessors. 

♦ « ♦ « ♦ 

I^OKA^ AFFAIRM 0!V THE IP- 

i>en :*iiii«oi;ni. 

We learn from a Fort Randall corre- 
spondent, that the Missouri river is fall- 
ing very fast, a.".tl it is impossible for 
large boats to ascend with government 
supplies for troops on the expedition. 

Gen. Sully and command are above 
Fort Randall, and sent down a dispatch 
last night for Quartermaster Baggto for- 
ward supplies by wagon, as all the trans- 
port boats were aground below. The 
West Wind unloaded half of her cargo 
here, and proceeded to-day with the bal- 
ance. 

The agent of the Winnebagoes (Thomp- 
son) is hurrying up his business with 
commendable zeal. A number of the 
tribe arc out on a hunt, accompanied by 
a few Iitdians from Fort Randall, and 
they have captured a number of fine buf- 
faloes on the south side of the Missouri. 

Maj. Burleigh, the agent of the Yank- 
tons, has gone to Washington, to obtain 
the money for the last payment of his 
tribe. 

Wc find no Indians who arc hostile. 

We are sufTering for rain, and crops 

will be a failure. 

♦ « » » • 

By reference to an oidcr published in 
anothrr column, it will be seen that the 
company of scouts called for by the Ad- 
jutant General has been filled and no 
more will be received. The limit of the 
company has already been exceeded, the 
services of over a hundred scouts having 
been accepted. 

• I » » « 

Captain WiNnvn, who is held as one 
of the hostages for Captains Sawyer and 
Flynn, proves to be, as we supposed, the 
son of Gen. Winder, who ordered the 
execution of the Federal officers. It re- 
mains to be seen whether the father will 
consent to bo the virtual executioner of 
his son. 



GOOD 



REPORT FROM 
BIG WOODS. 



THE 



no liVDlAXM OR RECENT MEtiXU 

NEE.TI. 



" The following is a copy of a letter from 
Capt. Brookins, comtnanding 120 scouts 
scattered througlit the Big Woods of 
Wright, McLeod, Meeker, and a<ljoining 
counties, alter scouting thoroughly for 

about ten days : 

M.vNANNAU. July 21, 18^3. 
Culon<>l S. Miller, CuniuiAiidiug : 

Siu ; — I would respeetfiily report that I have 
seen all the forces under my command withiu 
the last twenty-four hours, and tind that they 
have seen uo Indians, or n^cent sigus oi' any. 
There are certainly but very few.if any Indians 
in tJie woods at jiresent. My scouts travel in 
small squads, and there arc «cveral State 
couts in the woods, so tliat the country is pret- 
ty thoroughly seuureil. 

Col. Thomas has gone to Kandiyohi Lakes, 
with altoiit ninety mounted uien, and is ex- 
pected back to-night. 1 think that if there are 
any Indians in the county, he will Und them 
there. 

(^Signeil) Very rcfpcctl^illy yours, 

H. H. BROOKINS, 
Capt. Co. P., 8th Regt. Miuu. Vols. 



In addition to the above, the Adjutant 
General re<'eived reports yesterday from 
Messrs. A. 1). I'inkerton and James Stur- 
gess, leaders of squads of scouts. They 
have scouted m Wright County and part 
of Stearns, going up Crow River, and 
report that they saw no Indians, but dis- 
covered some traces three or four days 
old. They seemed to be moving in a 
northern and western direction. These 
-gentlemen think that there are but few 
Indians in the timber, and these in small 
parties of two or three. Though leaders 
of sipiads whieh have not conununicated 
with each other, their reports .igree re- 
markablv, and weight is thus added to 
their testimony. 

The State now lias over one hundred 

scouts in the Big Woods, which, together 

with the heav}' detachments sent there by 

Col. Miller, and the manifest departure 

of the Indians, will undoubtedly, in a 

great degree, allay the excitement and 

ap[>rebension that has existed among the 

settlers. 

» ■ ♦ « ♦ 

FROM tke I!VniA.ir EXPEOITIOX. 

The following letter was received by 
Col. Miller yesterday, from M.njor Camp, 
commandant at Fort Abercrombie : 

Four AiiKRcKOMnii;, July IS, 1863. 

General Sibley's column left Standing Uock 
on the Shaycnne River last .Monday moniing, 
and arc finding water and forage much better 
than was auticipatcd by me. 

The farther west they go towards the Cotcau 
will be better grazing. 1 learn this from hunt- 
ers who have returned to Pombina the 9tli of 
this month, and through Mr. McKay, who was 
at this jMjst on Thursday last. Little Crow and 
band are reported to have fled to the Black 
Hills, but the information is not such as to be 
implicitly relied on. The mail left this post 
this moniing for General Sibley's camp, with 
St. Paul dates of the l'2th. I expect to hear 
from him again the first of next week. 

No Indians have Ijecn seen in the vicinity of 
this post this spring, or any signs of them. 

The Red River carts, 175 in number, pa.«seil 
on Friday for the Red River settlements, and 
on Saturday 100 more, all loaded from St. 
Paul. 

Captain Fisk arrived at this post on Monday 
last, and left on Wednesday, intending to take 
his old route. He will probably fall in the 
rear of General .Sildcy at the second crossing 
of the Shavenne on his route, and where I aiii 
informed General Sibley intends to cross that 
river. 

I should have written more fully with refer- 
ence to General Sibley, but I think that the 
last couimand from hiin carried dispatches to 
you. G. A. CAMP. 
» ■ ♦ » » 

POPi;X.ATIO.X OF UAMTLfOft. 

Mr. D. B. Truax of Hastings has com- 
pleted the census of that city, up to July 
1st, 1863, with the following result, as 
compared with that of 18G0 : 

Absent in 
Males. Females. U.S.scr'ce. Total 

1863 - - l,2Li 1.216 153 — 2,586 

1,630 



1860 - 



860 



rro 



Increase in three years 
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956 



A Squad of t'.V'jr.ty State scouts have 

been ordered south of the Minnesota 

river to Le Sueur and adjoining counties, 

where Indians have recently been seen. 

» t ♦ « ♦ — 

Oracral HnidqaiirtAra, Hta(« of Ulta* 
■esota. 

AlUUTANT GENKKAL'S OKFICK, J 

Saint Pacl, Mis., Juiy »4th, 1803. \ 

[(.KNKRAI. ORDKRS, NO. 40.1 

The Company of .Scouts organizi'-g under Gen- 
eral Orders No. 44, issued from these Headquar- 
tern, being n«)w tilled, no more poreons will l>e 
accepted for service In *aid Company from and 
after this date. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

OSCAU MALMROS, 

Jy'.!" Adjutant-Generml. 
♦ » ♦ « » 

Exemption from th« IBrafV. 

To the Editor of the New York Times ; 

If a man is drafted under the Conscrip 
tion Act and jiays !?;iOO to the Govern- 
ment for his exemption, is his place sup- 
plied by drafting another man, or does 
the Government undertake to hire a sub- 
stitute for him ? 

There is an honest diflerence of opinion 
on this point, and it seems to be of suf- 
ficient importance, at the present time, to 
be entitled to a full and explicit answer. 
Will you have the goodness to furnish it 
and oblige. 

UNION. 

KEl'IA' TO THE ABOVK. 
To the Editors of the New York Times. 

Would it not be worth your while to 
explain to the people that the provision 
of the Conscription law, so much and 
boisterously complained of, viz., that $300 
will pay for a substitute, does not make 
a single poor man more go to the war f 

If of 100 conscripts, fen pay their $300, 
ten new ones are not drawn, but the 
Government provides the ten men. This 
is very simple and very plain, yet it is 
not understood by the people ; other- 
wise the complaiiit of the .1»300 clause 
woiild be jealousy of the pcdestrain 
against the person wl\o can pay the om- 
nibus hire. 

I am sure it would do harm to speak 
and speak repeatedly of this fact. 

F. L. 



(jllorions Old First Minnesota. :M»"''»"\herman of co.c. captured the 

colors of the 28th Virginia regiment. 



Official Report of their Part 
at Gettysbnrg. 



THEIR HEROIC CHARGE UPON 
THE ENEMT. 



The Desperate Valor of OiD- 
eers and Men. 



rriie T'errible IL«oss. 



THE OFFICIAL REPORT OF 
CASUALTIES. 



IIcvnQiAnTERH First Red. Min. Vol., ^ 

Battle-field near Gettysburg, Pa., V 

July 5, 18«>3. 5 

Your KxceUency : I have the bonor 
herewith to transmit to you, a brief state* 
ment of the movements of this regiment, 
since leaving Falmouth, Va. 

On Sunday evening, June 14th, we 
struck tents, and moved about five miles 
towards StafTord Court House, when we 
were ordered back on picket, at Sedge- 
wick's Crossing, below Falmouth. At 3 
o'clock of the morning of the 15th, we 
were withdrawn, and moved again to- 
ward.s Stafford ('ourt House, our corpa 
forming the rear guard of the army. We 
reached Aquia Creek, near Dumfries, 
that night — 28 miles ; and on the next 
day marched to Occoquan — 16 miles far- 
ther; On tho 17th, we marched to Fair- 
fax Station, and on the 19th to Centre- 
ville. 

\Sp to this, the weather had been very 

hot, and the men sufTered severely from 

the hard marching. On^tho 20th, we were 

detailed to guard the train, and marched 

in a severe rain to Gainesville, reaching 

that ])lace after midnight. On the next day 
we went to Thoroughfare Gap, where we 

were kept upon picket duty until tb© 
2oth. when we took up the line of march 
for th« Potomac. The regiment was 
shelled by the enemy at Ilaymarket ; one 
man was wounded and Col. Colville's 
horse killed under him. Wc reached 
Gum Spring on that night, 22 miles, and 
at noon of the next day arrived at Ed- 
ward's Ferry on the Potomac ; which we 
crossed in the night and bivouacked near 
our old camp. 

On the 27th we marched to Sugar Loaf 
Mountain, and on the next day reached 
the Monocacy near Frederick City, Md. 

On the 29tb wo made a march of thirty- 
one miles to Union Town, near the Penn- 
sylvania line, where we found the pickets 
of the enemy and laid over one dav for 
stated muster. 

On the Ist of July we marched within 
two miles of this place, wher« we found 
portions of the army who had been in the 
battle of that day. 

About 3 oV-lock on the morning of tho 
2d inst. wo were ordered into position in 
the front and about the center of our 
line — ^just to the left of the town. Tho 
battle commenced at daylight and raged 
with fury the entire day. We were 
under a severe artillery fire, but 
not actively engaged until about 5 o'clock 
p. M., when we were moved to support 
Battery I, 4th U. S. Artillery. Company 
F had been detached from the regiment 
as skirmishers, and Company L. as sharp- 
shooters. Our infantry who had advanced 
upon the enemy in our front and pushed 
him for awhile, were in turn driven back 
in some confusion, the enemy following 
them in heavy force. 

To check them, we were ordered to 
advance, which we did, moving ,( double 
quick do-^, j-jjc giope Q^ tij^. |,ju^ yigjjj 

upon the rebel line. The fire we encoun- 
tered here w.is terrible, and. although we 
inflicted severe punishment upon the en- 
emy, and checked his advance, it was 
with the loss in killed and wounded of 
more than two-thirds of our men who 
were engaged. Here Capt. Afuller, of 
Company E, and Lieut. Farrar, of Com- 
pany I, were killed. Capt. Periam, of 
Company K, mortally wounded. Col. 
Colville, Lt. Col. Adams, Maj. Downie, 
Adjutant Peller, and Lieuts. Sinclair, 
Company B, Demerest, Co. E, De Gray, 
Co. G, and Boyd, Cb. I, were severely 
wounded. CoKColvilleis shot through the 
shouldt^ic- and foot ; Lt. Col. Adams is shot 
through the chest and twice tiirough the 
leg, and his recovery is doubtful. Fully 
two-thirds of the enlisted men engaged 
were either killed or wounded. Compa- 
nies F, C and L not being engaged here 
did not suffer severely on tks day's fight. 
The command of the Regiment now de- 
volved upon C&ptain Nathan S. Messick. 
At daybreak the next morning the ene- 
my renewed the battle with rigor, on the 
right ^nd left of our line, with infantry, 
and about 10 o'clock a. m. opened upon 
the centre, where we were posted, a moat 
terrible fire of artillery, which continued 
without intermission until S o'clock r. m., 
when heavy columns of the enemy's in- 
fantry were thrown suddenly forward 
against our position. 'Ihey marched 
resolutely in the face of a withering 
fire up to our line, and succeeded 
in planting their colors oc one of our 
batteries. They held it kut a moment, 
as our regiment, with otben of our Dnri- 
8 ion, rushed upon them, the colors of our 
Regiment in advance, ,'and retook the 
battery I capturing nearly t4e entire rebel 
force who remained alive. Our regiment 
took about 500 prisoners. Several stands 
of rebel colors were here t«en. PriTate 



Our entire regiment, except Co. L, 
were in this fight, and our loss again was 
very severe. Capt. Messick, while gal- 
lantly leading the regiment, was killed 
early. Capt. W. B. Farrell, Co. C, was 
mortally wounded, and died last night. 
Lieut. Mason, Co. D, received three 
wounde, and Lieuts. Harmon, Co. C ; 
Heffelfinger, Co. D ; and May, Co. B, 
were also wounded. The enemy suffered 
terribly here, and is now retreating. 

Our loss of so many brave men is 
heartrending and will carry mourning 
into all parts of the State. But they 
have fallen m a holy cause and their mem- 
ory will not soon perish. Our loss is 
four Commissioned Officers and forty- 
seven men killed; thirteen officers and 
102 men wounded, and six men mis- 
sing. Total, 232, out of less 
than 380 men and officers engaged. I 
send herewith a list of killed and wound- 
ed. 

Several acts of heroic daring occurred 
in this battle. I cannot now attempt to 
enumerate them. The bearing of Col. 
Colville,and Lieut. Col. Adams, in the fight 
of Tuesday was conspicuously gallant. 
Heroically urging them on the attack, 
they fell nearly at the same moment, (their 
wounds comparatively disabling them.) so 
far in the advance that some time elapsed 
before they were got oft" the field. Maj. 
Downie received two bullets through the 
arm before he turned over the command 
to Captain Messick. Color-Sergeant E. 
P.|l*crkiiis and two of the color guard 
successively bearing the flag, were wound- 
ed in Thursday's fight. On Friday Cor- 
poral Dehr of Company A, the last of the 
color-guard, when close upon the enemy, 
was shot through the hand and the flag'- 
staff cut in two ; Corporal Henry D. 
O'Brien of Company D, instantly seized 

the flag by the remnant of the stafT, and, 
waving it over his head, rushed right up 
to the muzzles of the enemy's muskets ; 
nearly at the moment of victory, he too 
was wounded in the hand, but the flag was 
instantly grasped by Corporal W". N. 
Irvine of Company I), who still carries its 
tattered remnants. Company L, Capt. 
Borger, supported Kirby's battery thro'- 
out the battle, and did very effective ser- 
vice. Every man in the Regiment did 
bis whole duty. 

With jn^at respect, I am, 

Your obedient servant, 

H. C. CO.\TES. 
Capt. Com'ng. 1st Reg't. Minn. Vols. 
Ills Excellency, Ai.exanuek Ramskt, 
Oovcmor of tnc State of Minnesota. 



TBK OrrXCIAI< X.MT OF THE 
KIX<I.1SD ASrO ^rOCIVDED IM 
THE FUST miVJVEftOTA. 

We have already published two 
lista of tho killed and wounded of the 
First Minnesota — and our last list gave 
full details of the casualties. Tho fol- 
lowing list, however, has the advantage 
of being official and is certified to as cor- 
rect'. Wo find upon comparison that it 
contains names not given io the lists pre- 
viously published : 

JvLY 2d an-d 3d, 1863. 

OFFICERS KILLED. 

Captain Nathan S. Messtck, Co. O. 
Captain Wilson B. FarrclI, Co. C. 
Captain Louis MuUer, Co. E. 
Captain Joseph Periam, Co. K. 
Lieutenant Waldo Farrar, Co. I. 

ToUl, 5. 

OFFICERS WOUNDED. 

Colonel W. Colville, shoulder and foot, (se- 
vere.) 

Lt. Col. Charles P. Adams, chest and 2 in 
leg. 

Mf^or Mark W. Downie, 2 in right arm. 

Adjutant John Peller, kft arm brolien. 

Lieut. Thos. Sinclair, B, slight, in breast. 

Lieut. W. M. May, B. 

Lieut. David Demarcst, E. 

Lieut. George Boyd, I. 

Lieut. Chas. H. Mason, D. 

Lieut. W m. Harmon, C. 

Lieut. James DeUray, O. 

Lieut. C. B. Heffellinger, D. 

Total, 12. 

ENUST^li iiiN KILLED. 

COMPANY A. 

Corporals Julius Edler and J. M. Keyes. 
Privates J. Schumacher, J. G. Wilson, War- 
ren Wagoner, M. F. Miller and John Hauser. 

COMPANY B. 

Sergeant S. B. Nickersou. Privates W. T. 
Bates, A. Koenig and A. Qulst. 
COMPANY c. 

Sergeant Wade Lufkin. Corporal A. Oreiu- 
wold. 

COMPAJfT li. 

Corporal George Grandr. Privates James 
H. Prime, Alor.zo C. Hayden, Marcus C. Past, 
Irvin Larrrcnce and Charles E. Baker. 

COMPANY E. 

First Sergt. J. G. Trevor; Privates Israel 
Jackins, John W.Davis, Isaac L. Taylor, Nor- 
man Fowler. 

COMPANY r. 

Sergeant P. R. Uamlin, Corporal S. J. 
Sqnicrs. 

COMPANY o. 

Corporal John Strothman, G. P. Sawyer, J. 
G. Sisler. 

COMPANY H. 

First Sergeant J. H. Akers, Sergt. J. H. Wi- 
koflf, Corp. O. H. Essency. 

COMPANY I. 

Sergeant Oscar Woodland, Piivatc John El- 
lis, James Fry. 

COMPANY K. 

Corporals Leslie P. Gore, Randolph Wright, 
Privates Augustus Smith, Hcnrv C. Winters. 
Peter Voer, Israel Durr, J. Geisreitcr, David 
Taylor, Charles Ely. 

COMPANY L — HHARPSIIOOTKRS. 

Private Sylvester Brown. 

Total, 45 

ENLISTED MEN WOUNDED. 

COMPANY A. 

Sergeants Charles Steinc, II. C. Wright, 
Frank Houston, W. H. Dooley; Corporals 
Stephen Lyon, Peter Marx, Tim. Crawlej", 
John Dehn ; Privates B. Sanders, H. Nickel, 
H. Simonson, D. W. Farquhar, S. A. Adams, 
Chas. Muller, R. Mowrj-, Joseph Thcim, Thos. 
S. Drake, Fred. Oiescr, John Farquhar, Chas. 
Brandt, T. Olave. 

COMPANY B. 

Sergeants David Lord, J. D. Densmore; 
Corporals J. B. Stevens, Edwin Wells ; l*ri- 
vatcs John Anderson, Wm. H. Anker, B. Car- 
rigict, A. Caplazie, M. W. Erhardt, Peter Ev- 
erson, Chas. Harriman, M. J. Henry, David 
Johnson, F. Marty, Eric Nyctead, J. P. Shocn- 
beck, Ole Thompson, Rufus Blanshnrd, Jos. 
A. Tanner, Adam Marty, Chas. II. Gove, Ser- 
geant Fred. Cromie. 

COMPANY c. 

Sergeants A. G. Krcgcr, H. H. Howard; 
Corporal G. L. Squiers ; Privates M. Atherton, 
D. Clancy, John EUswoitb, James Gilman, F. 
Heyford. 



COMPANY D. 

Sergeants E. P. Perkins, C. D. Robinson ; 
Corporals T. B. Na.>ion, J. Bayiint, J. Kouts, 
S. Sinithyman ; Privates Geo. Bartlett, C. W. 
Gear, W. B. Allen, A. A. Gopplnger, L. B. 
Gear, A. E. Howe, H. F. Noel, C. H. Rines, F. 
Rollins, W. C. Smith, D. Sullivan, James 
Walsh, 

COMPANY E. 

Sergeant S. B. Stites ; Corporals H. C. Brad- 
ley, B. F. Staples, M. F. Tavlor, John McKcn- 
zic, II. D. O'liricn, George >C. Adams, W. H. 
Bassctt. A. O. BeiTV, C. A. Bcrrv, John Cur- 
rie, Hiram Drake, H. J. Fisher, J. R. Hill, W. 
Holden, W. H. Losec, V. Middlcstadt, A. C. 
Stiles, E. Weaver, Peter Welin, E. Jefferson. 

COMPANY p. 

Corporal M. Abbott ; Privates R. Jacobs, II. 
Barber, H. Baithotf, L. King, W. C. Riddle, E. 
F. Parker. 

COMPANY 0. 

Corporals P. S. Dunham, Anthonv Hands; 
Privates S. S. Bondiirant, D. S. Bainbn, W. G. 
Cohen, J. H. Kcarnev, J. Famsworth, John 
Gndzkic, Jona. Goodrich, G. J. Hopkins, ^ 
Lilly, Geo. McGee, S. Mosier, J. M. Rhoher, 
W. ."S. Reed, Anthony Ernst. 

COMPANY II. 

Sergeant Fred. Diehr; Privates Tom Gal - 
vin, R. Hess, K. Droudt, J. B. Smith, J. W. 
Bradburv, S. S. Kronkitc, A. S. Wood, J. 
Closer, J. H. Docken. 

rOMPA.NY I. 

Sergeants O. M. Knight, W. K. Richards, 0. 
J. Roe ; Corporals Herman Lawson, E. L. F. 
Miller, Geo. A. Millikcn, Wm. F. Wellman, 
Wm. Peck; Privates Henry Abbott, Jere. 
Danovan, Jacob F. Frecse, Dan'l Hutchins, 
W. D. Howell, Ed. P. Hale, Ben. Jackson, 
Charles F. Mason, Ed. Paul, W. B. Philbrook, 
Herman Rcbl«cka, Henry Widger, Dan'l S. 
Weaver. 

COMPANY K. 

Sergeants M. Marvin, A. P. Carpenter; 
Cori)orals Chas. North, John Einfeldt, Tim. 
Keiley ; Privates Chas. Behr, C'has. Goddard, 
Jas. Towner, Lewis Hanson, C. S. Durlee, J. 
S. Eaton, Wm. Kiiiyon, Sam'I Tcuney. 

COMPANY L. 

I'rivates W. F. Coleman, Osias B. Baker. 

Total, - - - - . 1.59 

ENLISTED MEN MISSING. 



LATEST NEWS, 



COMPANY A. 




Michael Devlin. 


♦ 


Total, .... 


1 


UKCAPITt LATION. 




OtTicers killed, 


J 


Officers wounded. 


12 


Enlisted men killed, - 


- 45 


Enlisted men wounded. 


159 


Missing, 


1 



A BATTLE PROGRESSING 
ON MORRIS ISLAND. 



ANOTHER FIGHT WITH 
MORGAN. 



He is Still Roaming, bat Cloge- 
ly Porgoed. 



LEE HAS NOT DEPARTED 
PROM WINCHESTER. 



•'Important if True" 
Pai*LBia.n !K,uixiors. 



Jeff. Da?i§ i§ Precipitated \mU 
Napoleon's Arms. 



Forty Locomouves and other 

Boiling Stock Captured at 

Jackson, Miss. 



MORNING REPORT. 



Total, 222 

I certifv the foregoing list to be correct. 

WM. LOCHREN, 
Lieut, and Acting Adjutant, First Min. Vol. 



DIED. 

Suddenly, at Washington, D. C, on the mcrn- 
ing of the 16th inst., GEORGE A. KMMELL, 
formerly of Xew Jersev, but for the past two 
years a resident of Washington. 

On Friday, July 24th, MERRIAM BURBAXK, 
only son of Thonla^< and Olive R. Danforth, aged 
11 months and 10 days. 

Funrral will take place thi« afternoon, at four 
o'clock, from the residence of hia parents, on 
Pine street. The friends of the family are re- 
spectfully invited to attend. 



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We would call thS nltention of Dealer, through- 
out the Northwe.t to 

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Wliich we are offering at a '"TlcUon over 

Milwaukee t 'iaicago Figures. 

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^.aevlng we can make it to the interest of the 
dealer and consumer, to give us their orders. 

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«TARTK.I.f« Ri;»OB« 
FRAMCE. 

Nlw York, July 24. 

The TimM Paris letter says there arc 
some strong rumors, in circulation within 
a day or two, which i give you only as 
rumors. 

Another change has been made accord- 
ing to these reports, in the Mexican pro- 
grame. Mexico is to be placed under %' 
French protectorate, or to become a col- 
ony of France, with a French Prince for 
Governor. 

The Confederates have renounced all 
idea of regaining the Mississippi River, 
and trans-Mississippi countr}' without 
foreign aid. Slidell's visit to the Empe- 
ror and foreign Secretary lately, are said 
to be in connection with this new state of 
things on the American continent. They 
are concocting schemes lor an alliance 
against the United States, with a view of 
securing Mexico on the one hand, and on 
the other the Mississippi Vallev. 

The fall of Vicksburg and Port Hud- 
son they say will throw Jeff. Davis and 
Napoleon into each others arms, and will 
be the final blow which will precipitate an 
alliance that only hangs fire, because in 
the question of the Mississippi some 
change may take place contrary to pres- 
ent expectationa. 

It is this, they say, which makes Napo- 
'«»nn 80 lukewarm on the question of Po- 
land. 

11 id this which makes kirn continually 
say Mexico is a big affair of moment. It 
is tliis wiiich has so suddenly demanded 
such large reinforcements in Mexico, for 
the whole division of Vineorj* has been 
ilrdered to prepare itself for departure in 
the month of St'pteraber, and several ves- 
sels, the Vdle De Lyon, the Jean Bart, 
and the Wagram, are about to sail with 
reinforcements to the artillery -men, and 
material, and ye* Government papers de- 
clared that after the fall of Puebla, there 
were enough men now in Mexico to finish 
the campaign. 

It is aUo ascertained on all bands that 
the Emperor, finding he cannot induce 
England to join him in hostile measurei 
against the United States, or rather per- 
haps not desirous that England should 
join him, and yet anxious to give himself 
the aid of an ally, is now treating with 
Spain on this subject, and that Spain 
shows a willingiiess to second the Emper* 
ors views. 

Rumor adds that Marsb»" ^„_, „ 
who is now here, an** ' - O Donnell. 

Berlin, osten-' . } '» f"'^ norr}^ U> 
.nicii;- -»oly for the purpose of 
consuii g jjjg famous oculist Graffe, for 
..J eye is in fact in treaty with the Em- 
peror on a question of arranging afiain 
of the Mexican Gulf for their mutual ben- 
efit. 



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DESTRUCTIVE RAID. 

Washikotok, July 23. 

The Petersburg Express, of the 22nd, 
referring to the cavalry expedition sent 
out by Gen. Foster, says : 

"The Yankee raiders burned the Rail- 
road bridge, over the Tar River, near 
the Rock Mount. They destroyed the 
depot at that place, tore up the rails 
of the track, burned 5,000 bales of cot- 
Ion, and a large cotton factorv. 

"The bridge over the Tar ftiver was on 
the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, 
and was about 300 feet long. They also 
captured a train of cars, w^ch contained 
two car loads of ammunition and 30,000 
pounds of bacon, which was destroyed.^ 



FKOHTmiv« oar mm 



VMM' XJIX.AX1 



:;rw York, July M. 

The Herald says the United States 
steamer Circassian arrived at Fortress 
Monroe on the 21st inst., from Charleston 
the 19th. A general engagement was 
just commencing as she left. 

General Gilmore had erected masked 
batteries, and expressed no doubt but 
the attack by himself and Admiral Dahl- 
gren would prove successful. 

As early morning shadows disappeared 
the attack began, and a perfect shower 
of shot and ishcll poured into Fort Wag- 
ner. 

The Circassian's orders were impera- 
tive, and she could not stay imtil the ter> 
luination of the bombardment. 



•impi.Y 



A RBCeMHTOKSAWCE. 

Washinotok, Jnly 23. 
The recent expedition of Admiral Lee 
up James river was not intended to at- 
tack Fort Darling or any other olace. It 
was simply a reconnoissance, the object 
of which bein^ attained. Admiral Lee re- 
turned with his gunboats. 



X.EB ESTTRJ 

Washikotok, July 23. 
IHerald Special.}— Th» n'lative situa- 
tions of the two armies in Vii^nia to- 
day are nearly understood here. It is 
apparent that Gen. Meade has the rebd 
army of Lee completely entrapped. Lm 
ISee Fowih At^.] 



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3Ibe flint f aut ^tm. 

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Pl'Wl.tSllV^>~R\lf.V, Tmw-KKKl.Y ANP WKKE1.Y. 

OtJice— ^iVioini«'« ♦!»*' Bri«l««*- 

l«cld«nt« of tbn M»w Tori* Mlo«. 

When the rioters ontireil tlu- houses ot 
the negrotw in Tweutv-ii^rlith juul Twen- 
ty-iunih slre.ts. near the Seeond Avenue, 
they robbed the oceupants of all the port- 
able property they could find, and whieh 
they eould handily earry olV. They drove 
the terrified black people shriekinjr from 
their houses, and pursued them through 
the streets, stoninq them, and hurhnj; 
clubs and bdckiailer iLuuiat every step. 
We are well inloruu-d that iu the eourse 
of iwe of thise " raiil>" tliey threw a 
negro baby, whioh they caught from its 
mother's breast for the purpose, through 
a thiril-story window to the i)avenient be- 
low. 

Nor have the negro chil.lren been the 
only ones to sulVer during the recent hor- 
rible scenes. In more than one instance 
the mob. not finding the nu)ney they 
wer« lookinj? for, not being able to dis- 
cover the silver plate they were in search 
of. or in sheer baibarons malignity, have 
seized little chililren. and terrified the 
mothers aliuost to death, even if they did 
not proceed to the leugth of actually mur- 
dering the little innocents. 

Durini'- the riot on Thursday, one of 
the ringleaders approached the railitar\ . 
and cried out "Fire your blank cartridge, 
damn, you." In a moment ath-r the or- 
der to fire was given, and the defiant 
rioter fell among the foremost in the 
crowd. 

On Friday morning a resident of Sing 
Sin*' arrived in this city on business with 
lien. Sandford. Wliile jiassing the cor- 
ner of Twentieth str^'et and Seventh av- 
enue, three rnlKans approached and or- 
dered him to deliver up his pocket-book 
and valuables. His apparent haste to 
i-omply with iheir demands threw them olT 
their guard, for he quickly pulled a re- 
volver froia his pocket, and in an instant 
shot one man dead at his feet ; the second 
bv another shot was badly wounded, 
while the third lied, fallowed by two bul- 
lets, neither of. which, however, took ef- 
fect. 



ArckbUlioi* Hufflirs' Rvroiuni4'n«la 
tion of w nratft. 

The N. Y. Tribune, of Tuesday morn 

ing. in an article concerning the draft, 

said : 

"Theflrst m:ui wc ever heard advocate a 
general conscription for tho (n-oseciition of the 
warfiTthe I'niou, w:vs .Vrchliishop Hughes, 
in his sermon. iinotly after his Uist return from 
Europe, la.st full." 

The ^Vjchbishop says in a caril that he 
'•did not recommend a coercive conscrip- 
tion, but that the people of the North, 
who stand by the Federal (iovernment, 
should demand conscription by their own 
voluntary choice and act. This would 
be their own system of volunteering." 

This is a very curious stateme it. The 

Archbishop did say in his sermon on his 

return from Europe : 

*' Volunteers have been appealed to in ad- 
vance of the draft, as I understand ; bnt for 
mv own part, if I hail a voice in the councils 
of' the country, I woiilii say, let voluuttcriiij; 
continue. If" the three luiudrcil thunsand on 
your list be notcnoufjh this \vuek,xi:xT wki;k 

MAKE A nUAFT OF THItKK III XnUi;i) TIIOCSAXD 

MORK. It is .NOTcurr.i. — this is mkkcv, this 
18 HI MAMTV. Any thin;: that will put an 
end to thi-i drenching with hlood the wlmle 
surface of the country, that will be humanity." 

The Arclibishop in his sermon went on : 
Then every man on the continent, rich or 
poor, will hail to take his share in the con- 
lebt. Then it will not be h-ft with the Govern- 
ment, whatever Government if will be, to plead 
with the people, and call on them to come for- 



Partioulars of the Pall of Port 
Hudson. 



RKdOIClNG IN NEW OULKANS. 



Tlu' New Orleans Km of the li'th con- 
tains the following adtlitional particulars 
of the surrender of i'ort Ihulson : 

The surrender of Port Hudson was ten- 
dered to (Jen. Uanks on the ''th mst. 
The particulars ol this surrender are >cry 
interesting. Vicksburg had lallen on the 
4th inst. The news soon reached the 
th'cts before I'ort Hiulson, whereupon 
salutd were lirc.l both on land ami wa- 
ttr ; th«' bantls of the dillerent regiments 
perlbnned in their best style the dillerent 
patriotic airs so well known to the Amer- 
ican people. The soldiers am! .-ailors 
were almost ungoveniabh- with enthusi- 
asm, dov resounded every when^ through- 
out the camps. The rebels were startled 
and an.Tious as to the «'ause of so 
much and so enthusiastic eheenn<T 
un our side. but were destined 
f.i await in terrible suspense as to the in- 
terpretation ot what was going on. At 
length the rebels, and our troops, being 
in t1#se proximit^ to each other, conver- 
sations were indulged in without tlanger 
to either side. It was dilHcult lor the re- 
bels to believe that Vicksburg had sur- 
rendered. I'erhaps this ditnculty was 
s ■' * 



heretofore, a •uccoaa — a soMii r ts w«dl 
at a statesman — a patriot who IkiS cii;;ni- 
vrn his name deep on the pages ot our 
country's history. His name now t;oes 
down to posterity as one of the dt-fenders 
of our Hag— one of the preservers of our 
natii>nal dignity and indepentleiice. 

•ystoaiv. 

Itoiii the IllehiiiomI Kxsnilncr, .Mily t1. 



tleieiid the city. It is stated by officers 
that all th«' (itiicers in the city concurred 
in advising Pomberton to surrender the 
place. 

.\l)out '2(10 of the paroled prisoners, in- 
cluding ltriga«iier (Joneral Stephen 1). 
Lee, have arrived at .lackson. T^ 
Yankees were le«l to believe that if they 
took Nicksburjj, the war was ended, and 
I they eould all go Imme, and they woUld' 
remark to our troops, "Well, boys, we 



FORTIl^A^ITS 



The storv ol the battle of Ccttysburg ' ^'a" »'» K" home now." 



trengthened by tli»' fact that the surren- 
iKr ot Port Hudson depended in some 
measure upon that of Vicksburg. Hut 
curiositv increased, and at length, to- 
wards evening on the 7th inst., resolved 
upon knowing the truth of the ru- 
mor which luul spread throughout their 
lines, an oflicer raised himself above the 
works, and called alou«l to one of the 
I'mon ollicers, asking. •' What are you 
making all that noise about ':'" The an- 
swer was *• Hccause we have taken ^ icks 
bur;^." The rebel olHcer was as doubt- 
ing as had been some of the soldiers be- 
tbre him. He insisted upon not believ- 

in<' the news, and was asked what 

t 



begins to take a dillerent form. It is 
somewhat dillerent from what was ex- 
pected to come out of the brilliant crowil , priso. It w 
of earl^' rumors. The Confederates did |j| ^,i vi,.i^sl 
not gain a victory, neither di<l the enemy. ^ i,y „q means 
He succeeded in' tlelending himself, ami 
we lailed in some portions ol the attack. 
Hut the lailure was v«ry dillerent from 
that of the enemy at Cham ellorville and 
Fredericksburg. We killed more of the 
enemy than we lost ; wi- took very many 
more jirisoners than we lost. The (.'on- 
federate army did not leave the enemy 
until It had tried every link of his armor, 
shaken every bar ?nd gate of his fbrtn-.ss ; 
not until it was satislietl by three fnll 
days" experiment, that the natural ad- 
vantages ol his position, and the mass ol 
men and cannon by which it was held, 
remlercd access impossible. 

When that point had been ascertained, 
it withdrew. Hut it did not slink oil in 
the night across a river. There were no 
mobs of demoralized, disorganized regi- 
ments ; there were no sciittired arms and 
routed corps. It withdrew at its own 
time aad |)lea»ure, in broad daylight, 
over the open country ; carrying all its 
prisoners, with every troop ami comi>any 
marching in place. It withdrew as a dis- 
appointed licm withdraws Irom a sheep- 
lold, too well fenced and locked ; slowly, 
with many a bwering look backwanl, 
and many an angry growl. The shej)lici-d 
of that fold was too wis*- a man to inter- 
rupt or interfere with him. He was only 
too glad to see him going away. iMea<le 
was too well content to watch the march 



Tnn VAXA. ^v vowv nunsoN. 
This catastroplie takes nobotly by sur- 
was but a corollary from the 
burg. Of course the elTect is 
so stunning as was that pro- 
duced by the fall of the other fortress. 
The Yankees imagine that they have 
opened the river to their trade. Tli«!re 
are two words to that bargain There 
j are other places as strong as either of 
these two. and it will be our fault if atl- 
vantage be taken of them. 



testimony he would accept on the subject, 
so as to be convinced of its truth. The 
rebel responded, "Nothing but a eopy of 
the dispatch, or trustworthy proof." Ihe 



e 
copy ol 



■ward, atul ask them if they xcuuld be draYfed. 

e people, to rise ana : 
the Govcnunent to draft thvin ; and those xrho 



So, it Ls for them, the people, to rise and ask 



are wealthy and can not go thcmselre.% ran pro- 
vide substitutes, and bring the tiling to a close 
If it can be done. 

The distinction which the Archbishop 
'■s exist between the sort of draft 
assura««v. , ^ .'coercive draft" 

he demanded ai.v, '.(lerence. 

seems to be one without a w. 

, ♦»♦■-♦ — 

" C'ABtlltlon ofCien. Paul. 

The St, Louis Eejmhlican of the 2Uth 
says : ♦♦Capt. E. >V. Paul, brother of 
Gen. Gabriel R. Paul, lias kindly placed 
in our hands a letter wliich he received 
from a young relative Vho paid a visits 
to Gen. Paul, at Gettysburg, on Sunday 
last. At that time the General was do- 
ing very well, and was in good spirits. 
The wound from which he suCfers is a 
very painful one and of an unusual char- 
acter. It was made by a round ball, 
supposed to be from a common hunting 
rifle. The ball entered the right side of 
the head in front of and above the right 
ear, near the temple. It passed oblique- 
ly through the head at the base of the 
brain, severing in its passage the optic 
nerve leading to the righteyeand coming 
out through the upper lid of the left eye 
close to the nose. It is the opinion of the I where 



rnion'oHicer then i>roenre»l 
tieii. (;ra|it*s ollicial dispatch, and pas.sed 
it over the parapets to him, assuring bini 
at the s.ame time, on the honor of a sol- 
dier, that the dispatch was genuine, as 
he had copied it with hiti own hand. 
Having read the little document, the 
iilH'l otHcer said he was satisfied of its 
trustworthiness, and believed it to be 
useless for Fort Hudson to attempt to hold 

out longer. i, . i 

The night p.assed away; the Ivcbela 
had eaten their last crust ; they had eat- 
en up their mules and were entertaining 
themselves to the savory «lisli of dead 
rats. Thev were, in short, out of provi- 
sions, and would probably have surren- 
dered the position at any rate before 
manv davs. The dispatch from General 
Grai'it. Which they ha<l read, had been 
studied by Gen. Gardiner ; and at 2 
o'clock next morning, the 8th inst., a par- 
ley was sounded from the Rebel works, 
which was soon answered, and an ollicer 
came «)Ut with a dispatch from (Jen, 
Gardiner, asking on what terms a surren- 
der would be accepted. 

As soon as possible the message was 
taken to General Hanks' Head<iuarters, 
and in due time an answer returned to 
the efTect, that none but an unconditional 
surrender would be accepted. The terms 
were accepted by Gardiner ; a short time 
was asked for in which to make the ne- 
cessary arrangements. Twenty-four hours 
wwe given for that purpose, but General 
Gardiner was ready in a shorter time 
than that, for at 12 o'clock noon, on the 
Sth of .Inly, our forces entered into Port 
Hudson, the No. 2 Gibralter of the Mis- 
sissippi. 

A» the victors entered, they found the 
rebels all drawn up in line with arms 
stacked in front of them, and the hungrv 
soldiers of Gen (iardiner were soon well 
led from the Commissariat of the Union 
Army, from which G,(H)U rations were 
drawn, the number of rebel soldiers 
drawn up in line, when the surrender 
took place, was about 1,000. In addi- 
tion to this number there were about 1,- 
i)W sick and wounded; the woanded 
numbered about .jOO. The wounds are 
generally very severe, in the head, and 
by the bullets of our sliarpshooters. Our 
batteries had done a great deal of dam- 
ao'e, having destroyed an immense 
amount of stores. The United States 
tlag was run up at 9 o'clock on Thursday 
morning, the l»th inst., and was saluted 
by the tieets above and below the posi- 
tion. T'uiTZ h**! been terrible sickness 
in the garrison, and almost tC!.. destitu- 
tion of medicine. They suffered terribly 
"•im this cause. There was a good sup- 

'V ' ^namunition, all of which fell into 
ply 01*.^ 

our hanu.*. v-^pr. the recent rebel 

General G^ro- ^ j, ^ .j^g^^er 
commander of Port .'iu^ • ,»„ ,. . i 

from the United States .*ri»^/- "^J'^Jf^ 
a commission at the opening Oi .•u«,;];!^', 
lion of the slaveholders against the LiT'*-*^^ 
States government, and entered the ser- 
vice of the traitors without waiting to 
tender his resignation. 

In New Orleans, the effect of the news 
of the surrender of Port Hudson was an 
almost unanimous rejoicing on the part of 
the people. On the night of the Uth 
inst. the people turned out in thousands 
to celebrate the event. There was a 
grand torch-light procession in honor of 
the victory. Meetings were held, in res- 
ponse to the call of Union citizens, and 
burning eloquence was poured from the 
lips ol a hundred orators. The public 
buildings, the hotels, and private dwel- 
lings were illuminated. Tlie Stars and 
Stripes were given to the breeze every- 



surgeon that though ho will lose the sight 
of the right eye, he will recover the use 
of the left eye, which will, however, be 
disfigured. His general health is good, 
and it is hoped that he will be well enough 
to bear removal in the course of a month. 
The War Department felt so well a.s- 
aured from the reports that General Paul 



Many persons who had never before, 
since the city became rebellious, raised 
the American flajj, on this proud day 
waved the National emblem with as much 
apparent devotion as if they never had 
been disloyal. The few determined 
secessionists who di<l make their appear- 
ance, seemed as wretchci as others were 
happy. They claimed that the news was 
doubtful, and that such rejoicing was 



' had been killed outright, that, consider- premature, and this in presence of the 



ing his place in the regular army vacated. 
Secretary Stanton filled it by promoting 
another person to it, and also filled the 
vacancy occasioned by this promotion. 
» I ♦ « ♦ 

The Catholic Clergry of Xpm York oa 
«h« Jtlo*. 

New Yohk, July 20. — The sermons in 
the principal Catholic Churches yesterday 
denounced the recent action of the riot- 
ers, one Pastor asserting that if such men 
came to him for sacrament, or dying con- 
solations, with such guilt on vheir souls, 
it would be refused. Father Mooney 
took the Sth Commandment as his text, 
mnd denounced plundering. 

The draft will proceed. Troops are 



fact that steamers direct from before Port 
Hudson were lying off" the city making all 
sorts of demonstrations relative to the 
event. On their way down the river, the 
Albatross and Kstrclla were fired upon 
by some straggling ^lerrillas. 

During the attack and subsccjucnt siege 
of Port Hudson the conduct of the two 
Louisiana regiments of colored troops 
was of a high character, entitling tliem to 
the praise due to gallant defenders of the 
flag of our Union — praise which all lovers 
of their country- will feel proud to award. 

The campaign against Port Hudson 
has been a laborious one throughout, at- 
tended with many events of touching 
solemnity and sadness. The heroism of 
our soldiers will embalm the memory of 
those who fell, and will follow with honor 
and glory those who remain to enjo^ a 

?»eace won by auch persistent and soldier- 
y enterprise. It is not too much to say 



ig columns through a spy-glas from the 
eights which he was happy to kee|). 

As yet wc have only the enemy's ac- 
counts, but it is not probable that Ihe 
main points will be altered by future re- 
lations. The battle ol (icttysburg ap- 
pears therein to have been an .auoacious 
enterprise, in which (Jeneral Lee would 
not probablv Lave undci taken, if he had 
not felt unlimited conliilence in the troops 
now under his command. Immediately 
on his appointment to command, Weade 
orilered every man of the I'nion Army in 
Maryland forward toward Gettysburg. 
On learning of his ad van L-e, Leo massed 
his troops and hurled them upon him ; 
but not soon enough to prevent him from 
seizing the highlands, many of them vvi'.h 
verv steep declivities, and nearly a mile 
in slope. The battle was an elFortof the 
(■onfeder.ites to take these bights ; they 
did take some of them, but others they 
could not take. Everything th.at bravery 
and science could do, seems to have been 
done. The right llank, the left Hank, the 
center, were successively the aim of de- 
termined and concentrated assaults. 

The Federal lines were broken and 
driven repeatedly. Hut inexhaustible 
reserves and a preponderant artillery ad- 
vantageously placed, saved them from 
rout. Even when the attack was aban- 
doned, the Confederate army could have 
held the country without dilliculty or 
d.anger. It moved slowly down to the 
Potomac for evident reasons. It had an 
army of prisohcrs ; it had a train of caj)- 
tured wagons fifteen miles long. Gen. 
Lee took them to Williamsport at his lei- 
sure, and put them safely on the soil of 
Virginia, where they now are. He him- 
self and his army are in Maryland. They 
hold the mo mtain passes on one llank, 
the river defends the other, and they are 
in an impregnable position, where the en- 
emy is not likely to interfere with them, 
and whence they will issue at will when 
they are ready. 

The Confederate loss at Gettysburg, in 
killed and wounded, is stated to be under 
1 1 ,000. The Yankees declare that they 
have not been able to ascertain all of 
theirs, but that they know it to be over 
l.'),000 in killed and wounded — they will 
not estimate their prisoner.*; — and they 
claim to have r),000 of our men, which 
includes the wounded left on th<; ground 
in some of the charges. Such a loss is 
very great for us — une«iualed by any the 
Confederate army has sufl'ered since the 
sanguinary days of Richmond, twelve 
months since. That the Confederates 
have gamed material a<i vantage commen- 
surate with such a loss, does not now 
appear. From the accounts now before 
us it is not apparent that it was a com- 
pulsory combat : at least, not at the place 
and time in which it was fought ; but 
»i.<.n .*"'■•• ^»cta are more fullv known that 

VVllUIl tla\^ . . • , 

explanation of the e.-.t^.^riae may be 
justly made. 

Even from the enemy's acjount, it is 
evident that the Confederate troops nev- 
er fought better. Their history of our 
mana-uvers contain nothing equal to, lack- 
son's flank movement at Chancellorville, 
when he came through the wilderness like 
a will r] wind at niidiii<'ht; but there are 
severa! '^oii'M even in their brief rela- 
tions that deo'-^rve .-.dmiration-the rapid- 
ity, for instance, ".yith -l"fh^ our lines 
were pressed on the Hanks ann the cen- 
ter successively, It was a splendid v;.*^'- 
tle, in which the Confederate command- 
ers and troops have inllicted a terrible 
punishment on the enemy, and gained 
much glory, but very little else. 

«K\. I.Kh'.S I.F.TTKU. 
A letter from Gen. Lee was received 
by the President yesterday morning, bnt 
it has not been made public, though a 
number of persons have been allowe<l to 
read portions of it. From their repre- 
sentations wc understand that Gen. Lee 
says he beat the enemy in every day's 
fight, and took their intrenchments on 
Friday, but abandoned them on limling 
they were commanded by more elevated 

[lositions in the rear ; that the enemy's 
OBS was immense, and hi.i own " not 
alight ;" that ho had inflicted on the Army 
of the Potomac the most tremendous 
blow it had ever received, and that his 
own army was in good condition, ready 
for any movement, ollensiveordeliensivo 
He gives as the reason for his immediate 
retirement the desire to secure the vast 
wagon trains captured by Stuart. 

THK FALf- OK VICKHUlJUl. 



".lir'inM <'uni«'tutlon." 

The butternuts— gentlemen whose sign 
mannal is after the followinjc example — 

his 
ErintM.vt (iKAViLM K — were astonishud 

mark 
the invasion ol Pennsylvania by (ieneral 
Lee. Th« y had been of the opinion that 
••invadin' a Slate's ag'iii the Cons'tution" 
—and they didn't think Southern gentle- 
men would do any thing "aginst Con- 
s'tution." And they are very logical 
reasoners, those butternuts. They have 
got so far, by counting on their fingers, 
as to know ihat if three times two make 
six, Ihc probability is that twice three 
will amount to juetly much the same 
thing. So they put the second knuckle 
of their right fore finger upon the palm of 
their left liaml, and argue : " Efts 'gin 
Cons'tution lor Liiikoln to 'vade Snth'n 
State— and Linkoln's 'g"in Cons'tution— 
its "g'in't fur Jelfson Davus "nvadePenn- 
'ivaniiy— 'n' Jeff 'son Daqus "n' Linkoln 
both 'g' in Con.s'tution." Now tlicre's 
progress in this sort of logic. If the but- 
ternuts go on in this w.iy, and there .should 
be a lew more raids in the North to help 
them in their meditations, they will come 
to the conclusion l!i:it Jell". Davis is a»|, 
bad as Abe Line dn. And if such im- 
pressions get abroad in the neighborhood 

his 
where El'HitAlM X (iKAVnACK lives, it 

mark 
will hurt the Democratic party. , 



B. P. BARTLETT, Artii^t, 

From NEW YOKK CITY, Ih now prepared to 

PXXIVT r»0«TR,A.ITS, 
]L<a,iiclsea.peM, Ace. 

SATISFACTION Gl ARANTEED. 

44* lie will also give lest-uns in Drawing and 
<Jil I'liiiiting, at hU .Studio, over Munger's Music 
Storo, Concert Hall Block, St. I'aul, Minnenota. 

jyl'.Mf 

TyrusiciANS wanted ! 

I want a few good MuHicians to All up a Urig- 
adn liand now organizing. For particulars, nd- 
dn-us, 

.J. K. K. rK(i<i.S, 

jy'.'1-lw* Kice Lake, Min. 



CO. 



CJOOLEY, C^R^VBIR & 

(SttcccsnorB to CooLEr.TowKE k Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

Oommi^sion ]VIei-clia.iits, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORt 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Ac, &c., 
NOS. 3 & 4 JAOKBON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEE AND THIRD, SAINT PAUL, MLNN. 

Xeinnisi -------- CA.BH. 



In tho Department of 
LIQUORS A ]V r> S K O A. R (» 

Our stock will be found larok and complkte at all times, and at prices to suit the view* o 

cloHeHt buyers. I>ec8ml>er 1, 18<2 



F 



ARMEU WANTED. 



1 want a rt'sjwnclblf man and wife to take 
chargi) of my lann and siIj.h p on chares. :jiKi 
acres of land— '.hi of it under plow. 2<)<) she<'p or 
mi>r<'. Addruisit, 

jy7-tf H. W. BAURY, DundaB. 



A. T 



L E W I S 



TO () B E U T P 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 

St. Paul, IVIinneHota, 
Offieeon Third-st., Jioyer'i lSiock,ntiirthe Bridge, 

Al^O BU.VNCH ACKNTOK 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey, 
CollinH & Brace. 

Claim.s presented and proHecuted before Con- 
grvsH, Ceurt of Claims and the Departments at 
Washington City. .Special attention paid to secu- 
ring .Soldier's I'euHions, Bountien, Buck l'a>\ fcc. 

ja~Advice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at the office, without charge. 

o.'<-d tw&wly 

MERCHANTS' DISPATCH 



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An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

Gum Blankets, (jiim Poiiclies, (Jum Coats, Gum Talmas tium 

Wading Boots, etc., etc« 

ALSO, AI.L SORTS OF LEATHER TRAVELING CONA^^NTENCES. 

Oorner Tliircl aixcl Rol>ert-Sts. 

January 11, I8«:t.— ly. 



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Arrive at St. Paul. 


.') :45 A. M. 


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8:00 A. M. 


8:35 A. M. 


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» I » » ♦ 

The Crops and M'eatkcr. 

Since onr last woikly report on the 
condition of the crops, the intelligei^^e 
received from the various Southern conn- 
ties in the State confirms that already 
announced, to the ellect that, notwith- 
standing the protracted drought, a very 
bountiful harvest will be the result of the 
season's labor. The crop of winter 
wheat has been all. or nearly all, cut — as 
also has the rye crop. Both of these ce- 
reals yield well, and are ol excellent 
tiuality. Many farmers will commence 
cutting their Spring wheat this week, and 
should th«' weather be favorable the har- 
vest will be general within the next ten 
days. Corn is nourishing most vigorous- 
ly' everywhere, and promi.ses a more 
abundant yield than we have ever before 
had in tliis State. 

On Sunday, there was a very heavy 
fall of rain in this locality, the depth 
being estimated at about five inches. 
There has been no rain .storm to com- 
pare with this, in Minnesota, during the 
past eight months. If it extended over 
the State generally, a.s we presume it 
did, the result must be highly beneficial, 
not only to the i)arched vegetation, but 
to the navigable streams and rivers which 
of late have only Ijeen apologies for their 
former sA\ca.— Winona Rep., July 20. 

^-■•^^*-^ 

Oraat's l*riaon«ra. 

General Grant has been blamed for 
paroling the reV)el soldiers at Vicksburg, 
uistead of bringing them east and holding 
them as prisoners of war until regularly 
e.\changed,'on the ground that they could 
at once proceed to do garrison duty in 
Mobile and other places, and relieve for 
active service against our armies the 
soldiers now stationed there. But the 
form of parole forbids this action on 
the part of the liberated rebels. The 
paroled men not only swear that 
they will not take up arm's until duly ex- 
changed, but that tliey "will not serve in 
any military, police or constabulary force 
in any fort," garrison, or field work" held 
l»v the rebels, "nor as guard of prison- 
ers, depota C: .-'^res, nor discharge any 
duties usually perlixrined oy bCA^'f !'"• 

Thus the whole of the thirty-one thou- 
sand rebels paroled by Gen. Grant, are 
completely hors du combat. The thing, 
too, wa.-* done in a i)roper way, as most 
thniiis are done which arc done by Gen. 
Grant. 



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Will receive and forward from this city to New 

York and Boston freights requiring nuick 

transportation, at 

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Than can bo obtained by any other route or con- 

Teyance except the regular Express, by 

passenger trains. 



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Tj^OSTER & HARDEXBURGH, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAIL MAKERS, 

•%o. *Jia South Water Street. Clilcag^o. 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of 

IMCanilla & Tarred Hope, 
X>itelii]ig' R>opeH, 

Old Canvass, Oakum, Tar, Pitch. 

CHAINS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TENT?, A^N- 

IXG.S, WAGON COVERS, COTTON 

AND RUSSIA DUCKS, 

Common and Patent Iloiat ^Vlieel»,for build- 
ings, constantly on hand. 

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AT ORTGAGE SALE. 

WhenC". default has tM>en made In the condi- 
tion of a ce.-«aiu mortgage, executed, acknowl- 
edg!..l and deiiv. red by Albert Fuller to Thomas 
i; Winston. datefJ on the lUh day of Autfust, 
lv5.\ and recorded »n tin- office of the Register of 
Deeds of Ramsey County. Stated M nnesota, on 
the l.Uh dav of Augo'it. IS.>.. at 1 o c ock r. M., 
in Book " F" of Mortgages, pages .12 and ,tn, 
wlierobv the said Albert Fuller conv,jyed to the 
sHid Thomas B. Winston, his executors, hdniin 
istraiors and assigns, the following dcscribfcii 
premises, situate in said county of Ramsey, and 
titan- of Minnesota, viz : Ix)t number nine f»), of 
block lorlvtlveCl.')), lu Rice & Irvine's Addition 
to the city of St. Paul, to secure the pajnienf oJ 
th4' sum of three thouiand two hundred and Hfly 



dollars, according to f.ie conditions o' three cer- 
lain promissory notes.execuKHl and delivenHl bv 
said Fuller to said Winston, described in saitl 

whereas, there is now claimed to be due, 
due, on the saidmorlgnge debt, the sum of 
ousand nine huidred and llfly-seven (#i;,- 



■rriving hourlj. There is much mutter 

ing, but no d«cid«d outbreak L* expected. 1 that Gen. Banka baa proved here, aa 



Though no official dlspatchea have nn- 
nounred it, the fact stjcuis now to be cer- 
tain that Vicksburg lell by the sUrvation 
of ita garrison. The men had been with- 
out food for three clays. After the sur- 
render, in marching to stack their arms, 
numbers of them Btaggered like 
drunken men, from the efTects of atarva- 
tion and fatigue. For two weeks, aaj » an 
ofTicer who i:ame from tlie city, they had 
been living on mule meat and bread made 
of peas ; and yet, he added, if it had b<>en 
known that relief would have come, they 
would Btill have held out. The private.s 
who have arrived at Jackaon, Miasis.sippi, 
apeak in the highest terms of Gen. Pem- 
berton. They say they went into the for- 
tificiationa prejudiced against him, but no 
fff at ) could have done more than he did to 



And, whereas, there is now claimed to be due^ 
and is 
two thou 
937.00; dollars. , ... , 

Ani, whercaa, procowiiugs at law for the fore- 
closure of said mortgaco, were coinm<nced in the 
Di=trlet Court, in and tftr the aaid county of Ram- 
sev, which said procejdiugs were disoontinued 
prior to the publieatloi of this notice; 

And, whereas, since the execution and dellvory 
of said mortgase, th<- said Thomas B. Winston 
has deiiarted this life, and the subscribers, Alex- 
ander Ramsey and Wllhthnns Rogart, havelx'en 
duly ajipointed and q«ialitleil, as executors of the 
lust will and testament li" said Winston ; 

^ow, therefore, noticis liereby given, that in 
pursuBiiic to a power «f sale in said mortgagB 
contained, and hv\irtue of the statute In such 
cases made and' provlilid. the aald mortgaged 
premise-, hereinbefore iescriljed, will be sold at 
public auction, by the hherilT of said Ramsey 
Countv, Ht the front do,* of the Court ILjuse, in 
the city of St. Paul, «n said countv, on the I8th 
day of July, a. u., IH&I, U ten o'clock, iu the fore 
noon, toi«y off and sal^fv said mortgage debt- 
and the costs and expew*'* of said sale. 
St. PauL.Iune ^th, isl. 

ALEXANDER RAMSEV.and 
WILHELMrs UOCJAHT, 
Kxecntors of lliomss B. Winston, deceased 
HoH.N, Lirxo fc GA».»»HA, Attorneys for Ex- 
eontors. >''" *''' 



WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. 



The oldest establishment in the United States, 
employing 200 me>«, and ttuishing eighty instru- 
ments per week. 

MANUKACTORY CORNKR OF MARYLAND AWD 
NIAGARA 8TRKKTS, 

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WHOLESALE DEPOTS. 

♦7 Fulton street New York 

8.'! Lake si reet Chicago 

AV HOLES ALE AGENT.S. 

Henry Tollman & Co Boston, Mass 

W. ¥'. Colburn Cincinnati, 

Balmer & Weber St. Louis, Mo 

James Hellak Philadelphia 

A. Couse Detroit, Mich 

Ph. P. Werlein New Orleans 

A.&S. Nordheimer Toronto C. W 



n^ENTS TO HKE. 

Hunting, Fishing at* Excursion Parties sup- 
plied with Ti4NT8 at r«*onaWa rates. 
. C. W. WOOLLEY, 
Corner Sirtey ••»<» Tblrd Streeta. 
St. PboI, July Md, l»h-i«'' 



Persons unacquainted with the Melodeon and 
Its history, will bear in mind that we are the pio- 
ii«>ers and leading manufacturers, not only In the 
United .States, but in the world. We commenced 
the iitaiiufactiirc of Melodeons In the fall of the 
rear IMr, and since that time have flnislied and 
sold TW^ENTY-SEVEN THOL.SANp. 'riio«e 
instruments are now iu use not only in the Uni- 
ted States and Canada, but also In Europe, Asia. 
Africa, South America and the West Indies, and 
from all these quarters we have the most flatter- 
nlg f.'stimonials of the high estimation in which 
they are lield. 

AT ALL INDUSTRIAL EXniPTTIONS THEY 
HAVE INVARIABLY BEEN AWARDED 
THE 11IGHE^T PREMIUM WHEN- 
EVER EXHIRITKD IX COMPE- 
TITION WITH OTHERS. 

We shall take pleasure in forwarding by mall 
(at our own expanse) our Illustrated Catalogue, 
In which every Instrument we manufacture is 
fully describi'd and illustrated by elegant engrav- 

All Melodeons of our manufacture^ cither sold 
by UK or dealers in any part of the U nlted states 
or Canada, are warranted to be perfect m every 
Inspect, and should any n'palrs l)e necessary be- 
fore the expiration ol Ave years from date of sa e, 
wo ho'd ourselves readv and w»liin(^ to make the 
Tame fn^ of charge, provided theli^ury is not 
caused by accident or design. 

A«rentsfor the sale of our Melodeons may be 
found in all the principal towns of the United 
titates and Canada. 

Address either „ ,, 

OEO. A. PRINCE & CO., Buffalo, N. Y. 
OKO'. A. PRINCE & CO.,xr FuUon-st.,N Y. 
GEO. A. PRINCE h, CO., V, I.ake-st., Chicago. 

Or either of the above Wholesale Agents. 

^- For sale by MUNGER BROS., Agents, St. 

Paul. MlnnesoU. apr2»-d&wly'64 



^Y" ANTED, 

A young man of good education and address, 
to travel with an exhibition, as showman and 
explanatory lecturer. Salary liberal. Address, 

'T^STt?"^*' Box9«7.8t.Paul,Min. 



JUST RECEIVED, 

A NEW LOT OF 

LINEN COATS, 

t*LAN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

AND A FINE LOT OF FIGURED 

All of which we are prepared to sell at 

REDUCED PRICES. 

niy.W-tf THinii.ST. 

U. S. 5-20 LOAN. 

^UBSCKin:ioNS will be re- 

CEH^ED FOR 
iriiis Popular ]L.oan 

Until farthsr notici^ at our office. 
THOMPSON BRO'rf, Bankers, Agts. 
July fl, 18OT. Iy7-2w 



H 



ERNDON HOUSE, 



Corner of Third and Vermillion Streets, 

HASTINGS, - - - MINNESOTA, 

Late of the Mercltanta' Ilottl, at St. Paul, 
J'ROPRIETOR. 

t^ Passengers conveyed to and fVom the 
Boats free, Jeig-.-lm 



/CURTICE & HALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND 
Keal Estate A^cxxtM, 

Office in .\Tackxibin\^ lUork. WnKhington Street, 

between Third ana Foxirth-sl^., 
Will promptly attend to any rrofe.s8ional business 
entrusted to them. From a long r^^^}^^»Z*'^'T 
and a thorough knowledge of the different sur 
voys both in the Cltv and country, we bav«VKreat 
facilities for execuUng our work with «P";^?f" 
and dispatch. Land bSught and »oW. CoUecUo" 
made. Taxespaidfor non residentsat the lowest 

™N.*B.--Drawlng Instrnraentaand Paper for 8^. 
D. L, CURTICB. ap22-*lm JoHK T. Hawt«J>. 



Ofllcers' Cavali*>' Boots, 

OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 
Officers' Zonaves, 

AND FOR PRIVATES EVERY KIND 

OK 

BOOT &: SHOE, 

CAN BE FOUND AT 

aplStf 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES. 
f^NUFF, &0. 

F. W. TXJCIiELT, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars. 
&c. Fine Iroiwrted Cigars, S rokiiig and Chea- 
inc Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior to any 
iu the city. Sweet Briar Root i*ip«\-. a large as- 
>oninent'. F. W. TLcHEl.T, 

Third-st., near Edgertou's Bsnk, 
mv«.ly !S». I'aul. 



AT 



/GROCERIES CHEAP 
AVliolesalo aad Retail. 

CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 

Having lea>ed the store oco;i]«itHl by L. G. Johu- 
.-on & Co., and purcliased their 

StocU oi: Groceries, 

May be found at 

220 Third Street, two doors above the Xorth 
IVcstvrn Express Office, 

Where they will sell 

Gi^R^OCEI^IES 

AT VERY LOW FIGURES, 
FOR THE NEXT THIRIT DATS. 

Wc wish to close out this stock entirely at w« 

propose to 

CH.\NGE THE BUSINESS, 
and open a 

Paper and Stationery Store 

in connection with our 

I*apor M:111 at St. -Ajatliouy . 

«i-All kinds of WRAPPING PAPER tor 
sale, and the highest price paid In cash for r&gt, 
ropes and old printed papers. Jyl&-tf 

-piLLL POSTING, &c. 

WAX WELL & GRIFFIN, opposit* Brown's 
Block, Third street, will post bills, announce 
meetings, auctions, and all matters usually all knd- 
ed to by " Town Criers," attend on parties, c e^n 
rooms and offices, and undertake jobs ot whit<i 
washing in ditTerent colors. JlO-lnw 



G 



RE AT BARGAINS. 



The best bargain one can make in anything la 
to purchase h First Class art'cle at a low n.ta. 
ThU ii the sort of bargains A. U. WIMBI&H fa 

fivlng his customers every day, at his Grocery 
tore, oa Jaoksoa-street, Je2t^ 






THE SAINT PAUL PEESS, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1863. 



fid' .^aiut '5?aul iVwsi, 



PUBI.ISUKD MY I'HK 



OFKIOK— Al)J01MN«^i lUK BKiI>«K. 

T««rm«:— PAII.Y IMM'SS— Uy m:iil. ss.iiti pt-r 
:n\iiiim, iM ;<iv; !> T lumitti, inr<iriii''!;f in titir iiirc. 

IIM-WKKKLV lMCI'>S-<!"> i««rainium; .*•-•..".(> 
for six iii.Mitlii; .-* I.V.I lor till- ■.Mimullis: livo i-op- 
if.-i. to niK" aililr.--s, !?l.."ii> i:uli; ton ili>., sj fuoh. 

WKKIvl.V I'UKSS— ()n.« i-opy. one year,*-': 
t\viM>r iui>ri'. i;i.r.">t'ai'U; U".\ t>r imui', to oin- ail- 
,i|.,.s-;, :e;t.rMi; iwi'sitv or iiiun', li> on.' :uUlrtv-.>, 
#l..VjettL-U. 



K:^to^-< of Advertising 
t % T KB K :i> 1 1 !< « ■> U K « M . 

»>ii.' .S<iiiari». Kachadd.S.junre. 
\Orctiin-i :f o ,srt fOiu 



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tllU.M 

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S V V\\ o wi-i'ki . . . 
Si ( rin-'i- Wifkri.. 
4[ i Oif iitoiii!i . .. 
^ J Two !ll01.tllH .. 
S ( rill n<3 iiioiilli.-t. 
\ .>%i> iHOIltlM ... 

< Twolvo laontl ■-'(» 00 

t. Fir-'t p-.ijri' ailvi>rti.«'Miu'ii(s, sjMVirtl ami 1)11 -i 
n.'-.'< i;>icu-i>,-., aiulatlviTfijX'inoiiItf.illowiii;; imino 
iii:u«>Iv ai'iiT locil m.jtt.'r<.>;i 'ai*- lounM rum', om-' 

ll.lif i'll.'.liloU.ll 

J. So- >!iil [i.tsTi'i !»'»<! .spoi'ill pluiv^ ami iloiiMi> 
.'i>Uiiiin a.lviTti-' •n»"n;H.auil ai'.v>'ili.'i<'iiu iits wit It 
cut>, oil.' tliiril ,1 llitiouiil. 

■i. A iv.'rii-i.-in ■nt-<r;uiti);''nMt' at ijlo.K-urtTat.'iI 
a.-* in >»o. I, an. I r^ ;> pi-r aiui:iin H'Mitioiial for 
ch.u»Si's. (AU''hi:i/i'< nitt-a.it ii).-.'ul>' vmt.-'iiuiui', 
ii'jMi liuailvaui" ■ ; riirtr(,'i'il i)u '!i>>l>,i,>!;-, r," w?nt*. 

4. Ln-il uoiic.'s ID onir.s iHT Ihn" I'm llr-<f t-vi 
liii-'s I) • iiiiiiiT, ana tivo com* nor liii.' tV*r *acli a<l- 
ditiou:)! linn. 

."i. A l.-.-rti-'iMn.uf.* i\ Dally anil VV<»cki\-, ou"^- 
hal'' a lliii.iiial to Hm I'allv riro. 

i. A.i\>'r:i*>'ui.'nt!< in Wc.-kl !«'on.', ''> otnM 
pi>r >.i;urf I'or ti-st iii-''rtiO!i. ainl s; . cuts )mt 
Mtuir.' for sal)>0';ii''ui iiistMiioii.-, for an;' I'l-iind 
wuliiii thro • mo.iTh-i; o\>.>r t'aroo mouths, oiio- 
lliinl l.'-> th.iu »)ai!y nitox. 

;. L'V'.»1 "Ul <5i>vonioioiit advnrtUfinoiit!*, 7.1 
c»'nt.' p -r sipia'-o lor tlii* ti-st insoiiion, uiiil :>r ,. 
ecu"* pof !'iii;aro Tor oucti :niili;ii<ii:il in.-o'tioii. 

*. .V::oni.'v< o'''iorixi>t in lo^i'l ailvorllsoiionts 
aiv ro','.»r«l.n'." an aL-.-<iintabl<' for t!n> co«t of tlio 
Muuo, i;ii!o-i th'!- • IS :i si.o.i.il af;rooiiu'«i to 
chafiTo ilio sami' toaiiothor partv. 

'.». .\ .>t..ipor}'i><'» infoniu'L-lii'ii withailvonisluif. 

»jr r. M<Ar.i:,at Miuueapolis.nud Wkt.v.kk:; 
0'i;iUK.\\ at St. Antiiouy. wlllaiH an A)it*ut8 in 
jircui.uiisiJ (!h' Daily I'liiss in ihoir ro.spcetiw 

towns. 

AKK STILL OKI KKINO 
lUK GKKATE.Sl IXDUCKMKNI^ IS TBE 

DRY fiOODS 3I.VilKET. 

Our stock of 

DRESS GOODS 

IS T!U'^ M03 T ATTl'.\CriVK IN' THK CITY, 

Comprising all Iho 

lu XT KST ST \ T^KS 

>K KXGMSH AND FRKNCM 

Wc>i*j-Jled Cirt>odN{, 

Id Ch<>ck.'i, Slfin*-.'*, K(f:ur>^s, ami 1 ".ain, 
IISLIX AND ClIADI DK LAiXili-. 

liiiwiis ami Oi'iiaiiilirs, tVc, 

Which wo jiro s.'UiUf!: at 
Wo Uavo H sploiuii"! lino of 

Bra{lh'\'s iiHiiviilh'd lloo}) Skirls. 

For La«lio8, Missoa and Children; 

srnrxa and SL\yMEn 
B ^ T^ >I O T? A. T^ S , 

Which wo make a spccL^lty of, alwtiyn kot'ping n 
hai'dsonn.' aasortmi'iu, 

I 11 S ll M AV I S , 

Wo can suit tliH moat fastidious, in .luality, p:it- 
' torn and prici', hav.nga beautiful assort- 
mi>ut of 

CHECKS, STIUPES, AN!> ST1:LL.\ 

la tho MiddlifSPX, Feawdale, and oootoh. 

We have the 

CHEAPEST AND BEST LINE OF 

E \[ 13 Pi O I D I'l Ii I ]C S , 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS, 

Also 

LINEN IIANDKEUCHIEFS, HOSIERy. 
GLOVE3, &c., &c. 

TOCOUxXTRYMERCilANTr^. 

We would soy th.it we have a large dtock of 

DJMESTIC.^, in DENIMS, SlKirES, f-lIEi: I- 

INES, rUIXTS aud COITON'ADES, &c., 
\Tl;ich wo will soil at a 

On pros.iit New York prlcos for CASH. 

apr.'T-'f UJ Tiiinl- 1 



1S(33. 



id63. 



^uvljauh'is Column. ! 

■JLJEUCllANTS' DlSTATCli, J 

OWSK:»ANn M.VNAOKUWY 

>^MKliIC-.vl^q hixprkss co. 



All overcharpr«8 Hottlf'd by J.C. fcH. C« Uor« 
t>aiik & Co., ARoiits. 
Now Yoikolhco, 1 ^i »:urniy Htrwt. 
Boston oinw, 6» WaMhington Htreet. 
mai','VdIv 

1 rm ^^'^'^ SlKiAR HOUSE, (;ui.r 

X \/ v./ don ainl .\inbre, a choice artido, at 
.1. C. & II. C. ni KIIAK.V i Co.'i 

li HAVE JUST KECEIVED A 

inrjrM supply of Wkstkun Kkskkvk 
CiSKKwi:, wliieh wo »>iror low fur cash. 
Jos J. c. .St, il. 0. ULUItANK 4 CO. 



AI-.VRCE STOCK OE EINE El 
iiuors and Cigars, whicli 
tital will iusuiv t)ui.'k I'alos, ai 



uors and Cigars, which we o.'V.'r at prices 
IV iiui.k >'jilo8, at 
.!.{.& li.C. liCKIS VNK kCo.'B 

IIIS- 

J. C. & II. C. nUUIlANK ft Co.'s 



*^f "lO I'l''-"^- ASSORl'ED W 

O v/ v/ key, for sale at 

J.C. & II. C. nUUIlANK ft I 

0/)/\WiIOLE.llAEEANDQUAR. 

*Jv/v./ lor bo.xos Itaisiiis, crop of iNi , at 
J. C. it M.C.15LKIJA.NK A lo.'i 

OO l^'^'^^- STUART'S BEST HON- 

jtmt\^ ey .nj rup, a choice .irficlo, for Inbh' use at 
J. C. .»» n. C. m KBANK S. Co.'s, 

Il^fX BOXES W. K. CHEESE^; A 
^M\^ [iriiiio article, Kt low fljfui'es, at 

.I.e. .St II. C. l!tK»;AN!v & Co.'s 

rt/^ (UlANTS PATENT EANNlN(i 

t^\-r ilill., fur s;ilo at niiiuulaolurtr's prices, at 



.1. c. it II. c. biui;an k & io:» 



I4;).'r PACKAGES ASSORTED 

JL^mdtJ I'liiits, C'lnsistin^ of Plums, Prnu'-.^, 
Cii:iaiiiH aiiii ( itron. all uow crop, for »iiU- ai 
prict'b to suit the tim ■«. 

J. C. it II. C. IIUKBANK ft Co.'» 



^^OU WILL KIND ONE OF THE 

JL larfjost aiul l>ost solociod utocks of Grocer 
ios in tho ^Vo.s^. ai llio war.'hnusi' of 
dec 111 J. C. (c II. C. BLKIJ.VNK ft Co. 



13 R 1 N 1" E R S 



INKS. 



A'.! sorts, kinds, and colors, from the cidebmted 
maiuitactory of J. K. Wade, New York, lor saU 
ul lU'uiufaciuror's jiricos, bv 

..lof: . J . C. A. II. 0. rvUUBANK ft CO. 



420 

'jnuii;s, "t 



iU)Xi:S ASSORl'ED TO 

bacco, comprising all the favoritt 

.T. C. ft IT. 0. UUUBANK ft Co.'u 



pr^- \ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAS 1 

t}\^' 6W-A Axes. Also "O dozen Kod Uivoi 
Ax ".- : u'. -o :i.> IJoxos assorted JMued Tacks, liisl 
ju-ditv, at 

J. C. ft H. C. BLUBANK & Co.'d 



y^riCEIv'ED OX CONSIONMEN'J. 

L\ t.i on i'v'i. N!)S DiUKFT ^K.vciiK-t, and 7,(ha 

r. '. NPH Duitii. APfi.K", Jo bo sold low for cash 

my.l.rf J. C. BUUUANK ft CO. 



''VU) Ml' EKIKNDS & PATRONS 



'] 



Ha\ in;; cn^u-e.l .ny services to the Messr.s. J. 
■"■. vi II. <', Littrbank A Co.. corner Lovee and Slb- 
i>'y streit.s, I may be fount! in tlie ^\■hoIesalo tiro^ 
cry Dej.aitm'iif, wliore ii willaiTordiao pl.'asurt 
••I .•.'I' mv old custoni'Ts once more. 

y* i: -'i ill i«:»V(» a l:ir;'o iin.l well solectod .^tock 
of good', usuaily kept in our lino, on hand, whicli 
1 r.'spocrluDy u k you to o.\a:uino before purcha" 
in^ ou"wl»ore. 1 hope to merit for the house a 
p!.rt!oii Mt l.\".st of t'lat patronajje you have liorr- 
t'lfore sa libora'.ly bestow od upon nit» 

mur8 A. L. LARPENTEUll. 



50 



B A ii R i: E S 

— Ol' — 

c; A I* B o r^ o I r. . 

Af..SO A QUANTITY OK 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE. 

l-'or s«!f bv .T. C. ft n. C.nURBANK ft Co. 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CARHYINO THK 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AXD THK 

United StatoH IVXail. 



The road* ar* well stocked with first olasi 
hordes. Concord Coachoii, with oaicful and exixv 
rle need drivers, all ur.d*^r tho control of C'lmpo- 
teal agcntB. 



srnKi'Ui.v. OF i>KrARrwur.H kkom b.vint p.mjl 

For Stillwater— l)»ily. at 8A.M. 

For Shftkopep, .loitlon, St. Lawrence, Roll: 
Plain, H.-ndorson, Le Snour, Ottawa, Travorso n* 
blou.x, St. Peter and 3Ian';uto— D.dly at 4 o'clock 

A. M 

For Tlosemount, Cisflfi Book, \or»htield, fm\ 
non «'ity, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls and 
Owatonna, CO. meeting at Owatonna, for W'ilto . 
St. Miry's, Winnobajro Agonoy and &In\ty.nto 
Also for nice r.a>;e, clan'mo.it, A\'asloja, Man 
torville, Uoohester, CliaHio.d, and Winona — DaiU 
at » A. .\i. 

tor Industrln.na, Anoki, Oroiio, Orlando, 
Monticello, Cuarwater, 6t. Aapnista and St. 
Cloud— Dallv, at 5 A. V. 

ForSauk Kapids, Hollo I'rMrin, Fort nipl^ynmi 
Crow WinK— Mondays, Wednesdays and IM 
days at a o'clock \. m. 

For Iticlunond, Sauk Centre, AlexandrPx 
Chippewa, I'oiume de Terre, BrocklnridRO, Fori 
Abercronibio Mondays and Thursdays at 
o'clock A. M. 

For Sunrise, v;Itb coTin'^ctlous for .Superloi 
' " . ■" ■ .1 Fri 

days, at 7 o'clock a. m 

r p 
Office on Third Street 



PfcrfUanr0U;5. 

V S T R E C E I V E D B V 
EXPRESS. 

A b<>nutlful lot of 

ALl'ACOAS iV SAKATOUA 

PLAIDS, 

ALSO 
A haadioinn li>t of 

HAIR iVKTTR. 
Cri'n iriclino Vell»-, «&:c., 

\Vhiuh wc are offorinx at 

RKDueioD i'iiicii:«. 

CALL AND SEE TUF.M, 

>Vt 1 14* TliivU Street. 
Ja. C BTJRT, 

apI5-:tm MT. 1*A1'I<. 



CELEBUATED NOISELESS 

SEAVING MACIIIXKS. 

MAKING BOTH TUE 

Qrovor & Baker aud tho Lock Stitch 
i>RiC'R f4o A:vn I'l'^v.tiinM. 

FIRST PREMICMS In Illinois, Ohio, Iowa and 
.Michigan 
Parties purchasing? mac dues of the tiKOVICIZ 
ft UAKKH s. .M. «.<).. can have i lioir cli..i.-.' of 
machines makingei'her stitch, ami clniifri' it't!iev 
desire to. 'J'l:>' imhi compot);! iil-.'f to ojl't r {i'lcli 
intlnrfiiifnt^. Tiicy nNo otrerto the public at the 
extremely low price of 

Foi'ty-Five DollavH 

A Straight NcetUe lock SlilcJi MacJiine, 

Suitable for ■'"n'lors and Fainilvus". Tliism-iclrne 
is of liirz/i' ■<i^f, i-iii>iil,/iii.f yiin/ifr nu'/ /,ir s>'])c- 
/'IOC to the I'luilil" or l.u'k aIiicIi machines liere- 
loforo sold at .^r.") lo *!*;;>. 

«i~ Nortiivve-torn <>iilc» Third .street, opposi.e 
Ingor.soU's Clock, St. Paul, Minn. 

P. S. — Plain anil Kaiicv siiicliiujjdonetoorder. 
fjoi'.i t jan 1] 



w 



ANT E 1) ! 



A Girl to Cook, Wash, fto.. In a small family. 
Nene but a competent person need apply to 

W. S. e03II3S, 

BOOKSTORE. 

In the 
Jan^a POST (IFFICF. BCILDING. 



T^ RE.MINGTON & SONS, 

rvianufacturers of 

Rities, Huskots and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

Forth" I.'. S. (iovornmeut. 
Vt'o -j] o itiainit'actiiro a variety of 

i>f ni>p;oved palKTiis, for both Ordinary and I'i.x- 
d .V.nnrinitioii. tox-lhor with Killo and Shot- 
C:in liirrols, liiii Locks, Mountinj;s, and Gun 
.>Iatoii \|s (ii.iiorallv. 

e^f" I'ric" lists and (Circulars furnished on ap- 
plication. Ad.lres!) 

jell:',,!!* Ilion, N.Y'. 

plONEER FOUNDllY AND 

ACKICULTUKAL WORKS, 

Corr.or of Flfih and Pike streets. 
This vstaijH.-'limeut is no'vin full operation, an 
is preparo^l to furnish all kinds of 

IllON AND BUASS 

CASTINGS, FORtiING, ftc, 
at the lowest Eii.-<terii rat.'s, vi;:, llesvy 31111 cast 
Injrs Colutnns, Sash wei/hts, Grate Lars, Sleigh 
shoes, kc, lliree cents per pound. Brass cast- 
in •,'<, Babbit metal. St lo H't cents per pound. 
I^iithe work ^3.00 p >r day. Particular atteutlo-i 
r^iv.'u to Steam En!,'ine niid Boiler work, fhresh 
iiig M.icliine repairing proiuj)lly attended to. 

.ileam i'.ujriie.'sand Boilers, Tliroshing machines, 
now and second handed, for sale or exchange 
'cry low. 

OILMAN ft BUSIINELL. 
ST. rAi'l-, July 5lh, \mi. dly 

ST. PAUL PROPERTY. 

f-t;;") for a lot 50 feet by iW iu the vicinity of 
Jackson street and f weinii. 

A first-class Stone Store on Third street, 

A lot on .MInncs'jta "t rent, near Third, with 
buildin;?. 

Two Dwelling House?, |800ench. 

A beatitltui lot M f(!Pt by 20«J with fine grove o( 
trne-. IIENIIY McKENTY. 

D.'aler in Peal Estate. 

.St. Paul, May 14. IbOT.— dftwim 

CAXHCAItT -Jt CO. 

AT THEHl OLD STOKE. 

ITliii'd Street St. Paul, 

Are in receipt of their 

Spring Slock of Dry Goods 

Wo have a large and beautiful assortment "of 

DRESS aOODS. 

Which we would liivlfe the Ladies special atten- 
tion 1". 
Wo would invite .Merchant lallors to call an 
examine cir stock of 




For natJi. Mic**. IKouclifK. %iit'<. E!eil 
niiu-41. .Taothat iai ^'iirtt. Y% (wiilt'aa. <lVc.. 
Iuit«**:(« oil I'lauti*. FoM l«. AiiiniHlit. *Vc 

Put up In 2 >c, 'tOc and .-^ t Boxes, Bot! Ics and Flasks 
$:!and,f5for//o^7.'t, I'lihlh- Jiixlitiit:<>i>.i, ()r. 

"Only Infallible rem.'dles known." 

" Free from Poisons." 

"Not dangoreus to the ifiimun Faniilv.'' 

" Kats come out of thoir holes to die." 
jJ^Sold Wholesale iu alll;;rjre cities. 
Sold by all Drujfgists and Retailers erervwhtTe. 
«#• ! ! ! Ui.WAirK ! ! I of all worthless Imitations. 
♦w'Seo that " Costau'.s" names is on eucli Box, 

Bottle and Flask, befori' you buy. 
49- Address IIErVHY II. C'OMT.m. 

r*-PKlN< II'AI. DKl'OT4h.i III «'.\I.W\V. N. Y. 

»i-Sold by DAY ft .1KNKS, 

Wholesale and Retail Agents, 
apTO-diw("m St. Paul, Minticsofa. 



P. P. HODGES & CO.' 

i 

I1KAI.KK8 IN I 

Standard Farm Machinery, I 

i 

AT 

Nlools &i Deans' Iron Store, 
Third Htroet, 

HV. PAUI^, IWIWW. 

Agents for Brayley ft Pitt's BulTalo Threshing 

Machines. 
" " Bus .11 ft Co's Massillon Throshing 

.Machines. 
" " MoCorndck's Reaper and Mower. 
" " John M. .Manny's Reajier and Mower. 
" " Bickfonl ft II uliman's Grain Drill. 
" " II. A. Pills ft Co'» Chicago Threshing 
Machines. 
Also a g.nenil stock of Agricultural Iniplc* 
mi'iits on Iiand, lo which wo iik\ ito tho attention 
ot iarmcrs and others wishing to purchase. 
MCOLS ft DEAN. 
al-rtm V. F. HOD(JKS. 

1^ S T A r. L 1 S H E J) 17 60. 

I^eter Tx>r»illnrcl, 

SnulT and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

10 ami IM <'liaiiil>4'r«<Mt., 

(Foiuu rly V,' Chambers Street, New York,) 

Would call tin- attention of Deah'rs to the articles 
i>t his maunfaetuie, viz : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

Mae^bov, Dcmigros, 

Kitii' Rnppe ', Pure ^'irginin, 

Ci>;>r-o Kappee, Nuchitoches, 

Aiuorieau Gentleman, Coiieuhagon. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Sc )lch, llouo) Dow Scotch, 

High Tonst Scoloh, Fri-sh Honey Dew Scotch, 
Irish High Toast, or Luudyfoot, 
I'resh Scoicli. 

JC'^ .\tton»ion is called to tho large reduction 
in ijvices of l"ini'-Cut Cliewiiig uiul >nioking To- 
baccos, wUicii will be found of a superior quality. 

TOBACCO. 

FINE CUT CHEWING.— P. A. L., or plain; 
Cav< \idish, or Sweet; ^wcet Scented Orouoco ; 
i'in Foil Cavendi-h. 

.■sAIOKl.\(J.— Long; No. 1; No. 2; Nos. 1 and 2 
mixed; lirmulatod; S. Jago; Spanish; Canas- 
;er; I'uiki.-^h 

N'. l{. — A circu'.ar of prices will be sent on ap- 
•diiiition. marl. Vly 

JUST RECEIVED, 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &c., 

Also. GRASS SCYTHE.S, SNATHS, FORKS, 
UAKES ANDCR»DLE3. 

A few casks of 

rrUTSBlTIiO COAL. 

Always on hand at lov,-est prices. Wholesale 
and Retail, liar Iron, Slieet Iron. Plow Ste^l, 
Spring Steel, Caat Steel, > ails. Spikes, Springs, 
Axlov, p,i)ps, Carriage Trimmings, Thimble 
Skeins, Blacksmith's Tools, (Jhains, and 

Uenv;>' liiircl-wa-re. 

Warehouse 1.j4 Third street, St. Paul. 

.T. 11. UKAIJEIV. 

apT-iy 

y "w'A-rSON WEBB, Jr., 

Succ'-isor to WALTER W. WEBB, 
WHOLRALE DEALER IN 

b'orrian Wines, Brandies, 

Q- 1 isr s , &o. 

Cognnc Bran.U', 

Roclielle Brandy, 

.lamocia and St. Croix Rum, 
Holland (iin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine (»ld Bourbon Whiskey, 
Kye and Monougahida Whiskey, 
Old liueens Port, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fiii- Old Sheirv Wine, 
Madeira Wine, 
Scotih Al.', 
Lonilon I'orter, 
C'atwba Brandy. 
Week's. Si)arkling and Still Catawba, 

Drake's Catawb I and Plantation Bitters, 

Having connecti'O Rectilying with my busine.^R 

I am prcpated to furnish Common and low 

prici'd Rye and Bourbon Whiskies at the lowest 

cjxsh prices. 

my ai J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 

Wheeler & Wilson's 



IDAGLIS WORKS 
MANUrAGTOIlING COMPANY 







Cloths and Fancy Cassijiieres 

Which is very iaraie aiid desiraMf ; we are selling 
low. To Me'rchams from thi< Country, we pro- 
pose to job (ioods at Chlcagoor M'lwaukoe prices 
— frelghi add.'d. C'all and examine before buying. 
mnr|.,l\.vviy CAfllCARl' ft ( <>. 




ur 

DRYGOODS, 

From New York Auction Sales. 
1). W. m<ilEKSOLL & (0., 

Are just riHseiving their third purchase of 

Spriiiji; and Summer 

T>I1,"^ ooor>H, 

Bought at the recent 

PANIC AUCTION SALES, 
And o;rcr to their old customers great bargains Iu 

readies' I>ress Ooods^, 

AH follows: 

1,000 yards best quality Mozambique. 
2,<X)0 do strijied Lenas, at 'ii cents. 
1,000 do Plaid Arsoliuas, :U cents. 

bOO do black and white Challios, 'iO cents. 
1,000 do striped Plaid and Mode. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRE.?. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

EH<i;lish & American Ginghams. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

Some as low as 15 cents. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to offer gre;.t 
bargains. 

Ladies' Collars., 

Embroidered, Linen and KuHled, 
BAREGE AND GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from 12i;Gto$l. 

In Grloves mi<l Hosier^-, 

We have every variety, for ladies and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, silk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 

"BRADLEY'S "Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

Iu Woollens we have Broadcloths, Cassimeres, 
Ladles' Cloaking.^., and Men's Wear of all kinds. 

Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Covers, 
on Cloth Cowrs, &c. 

We will sell at prices to defy competition. All 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will find this the best place to bay for cash. 

I>. W. In^srersoll &^ Co., 

ST. PAITI., TtlKJS. 



mnvmtt. 



^imlhm$n$. 




T300TS AND SHOES, 



I*. >V. IVIOHOLH, 

General Insurance Agent. 

II c5~M E . 

OF KEIF HA VEN, CONKRCTICVT. 

U)R[LLARD, 

METROPOLITAN. 

AND NIAGARA, 

Ol' xrnr ror.K city. 

JMarine Inssni-ance. 
PixoKivi:^:, 

OP ItltOOhLYX, NJitr YOTTK. 
la r¥ K, 

M U J' U A L B E N J<: F I T , 
or M:\yAitK, Ajur j/:rsey. 

OFFICE AT GEO. fJTTLE'S BOOK STORE, 
my(i dly Third stri'et, St. Paul, Mln. 

u 



F 



L 



O 



R . 

At Wholesale and RuUU. 

Kxti'a and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CJ-UB WHEAT, 

AT TIIK 

OannLon l<''all« IMlills, 

SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER BitAND IK 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOTTR- WAREHOUSE 

OP 
C. MI. I3PtOO]\JnE, 

Tliii d-at., between Jackson and Robert-sts. 
Ja3i-iy 

r^ W . W O O L L E Y , 

LOWER LEVEE, SAIXT PAUT., 

F-OTiWA-RDIISTG- 

and 

OoiinmiKsioii ^rorf^lra-iit;, 

DEALKR IN GROCKRIES 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, ftC, ftC, &C 

AND 
AGENT FOR 7 Tl K 

PEN^^SYLVANLA RAH.ROAD AND 

CONNECTKINS. 

Contract- for tr^mpportation between .St. Paul 
Boston, New England, iiontrenl, New York and 
all points East, mnde upon t!;e lowest aad most 
ravora'ole terms. 
Mark packages, "C. W. WOOLLEY, 

St. PAt'L, 
janl-dly For 



AT 



NEW YORK PRICES. 



SO per Cent. Saved 



BY 



BUYING YOUR SHOES 



AT 



BROWN'S 



ISTEAX^ STORE 



113 Third Street, 

One block above the Mercbant't HoteL 

je'.-y 



T 






DR. DicMONTREVlLLE, 



my2f>-tf 



n K :n" T I s T , 

(OfiTice in French's 151ock,) 

Third Street, near the Post 04Bce, 

SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA 

l!in-2'.»-U' 

i^M.— in^i—nnwwiirirrTi ^ih. 'w m i nsmB^mmrwtrTrw—"'^ 

Xp ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 

In Hennepin, Rampey, Chi.sago, and "Wasliing- 
ton Counties. Also Lots in St Paul, Minneapo- 
lis, Pnd St. Anthony; all ot which I will sell at 
Lo IV Prices and onfavorable terms of payra°nt. 
Enquire of 

P. P. WINTERMUTE, 

je21 at office of Horn, Lund ft Galusba. 

T^ C . (i R E E N L E A F ' S 

Fashiouabie Jewelry Store, 



Thir«I Ntreet. 




Saint Paul. 



IKI Vt!f W.VNT 

sTEirj rA5ii:v!:soR boiler! 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 
PATKN'T 6VGAK CANK MILLS, 
i*.\rF.>f r STKAM coiIj j:vai'<>katoi;s 
PATENT STAMP MILLS 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOP. 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and descriptions 
prices, ftc. ; also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS 

AND .MACniNKnV OF AM, I)K,S*T.IITIOS=!, 

Too numerous to mention. 

CHICAGO, - - li.i.iNi.ii. 

P. W. GATES, Presld<»nt. 

N. B. Agents wanted everywhere, 
mr'-dft'vt V 

r^UNS AND PLSTOLS. 

"W>I. Ci^OI^CIIEIT,, 

Third Street. St. Paul, 

Calls the attention of Military and Kportirp 
Classes, to his large and w.-P selected stock o 
SIIOTGFNS, WK»O.VS ft BALLARD CAin 
RIDGE RIFLE, SMITH ft WES.-ONS', COLT'.- 
aud others' make of PISTOLS, >. c. 

A largo stock of Fishing Tackle of all dcscrip 
tlons. 

Fine laminated steel barrel Shot Guns, mad. 
to or'ler. 

«3r Repairing promptlv attended to. 

POWDER, bllOfand CAPS, for sale. 
my31-Sm 

A GRICULTUR.VL IMPLE.MENTS. 

scrrnEs, sviTns, FORK'i. nnr.s, cur. 
rn'ATous A SI) plows. 

CORN PLOWS on hand and fr sale at th^ 
o*vest market rates. 
je.5tf NirOL S, DEAN .^c CO. 

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 



Of them in Use iu this country 
and Europe. 

These arc the Only machines making 
the Lock Stitch with the Rotating 
Hook. 

Arc profltabie and available a life 
time. 

K(iual to ten seamstresses. 

An annual dividend of lOO to 600 
per cent, (on their < ust) may be obtained iQ 
use — by their possessor. 

The Class Cioth-Presser, (ho popu- 
lar,) can only be had with these Machines. 
t\ .TH. JOei.\;4«>.\, .t^eiit, 

jyl4 '.^Ol Third street, St. Paul. 



A 



and Bayfield— Jlondays Wednesdays an 
.ys, at 7 o'clock A. M. 
For farther particular* Inquire ai tlie General 



•p21-dly 



J. C. BURBANK ft CO. 
Proprietors. 



T\r 1 1- i.. I A M D. S T O R E Y 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

i'.rr'f'rKi';??<:Ks : 

Hon. George f>p<lvko New York City 

.J.)hn G. Treadwofl, \P.any, New York 

Hon. Amos D-an, L. L. D...... Albany, New York 

Hon. R. A. Lnw Chicago, Ills 

Geo. S. Blanchanl Cincinuai i, t )hln 

Chase, McKiiiuey and .Moors Bostoa 

Inilrtnollmfci*-"- w 

ttTn R Y l\f c k e n t y , 

IiEALKR IN 

I^ESAJ.. ESTATE, 

SAINT PAUL, 3IINNES0TA. 

4arWiil also locate Land| W^arrants and tel 
Seal EsUte ou Commission. anU-dftwly 




JFA(70y nuns. .<J/'0A'A",9, liKNTASD HA W 

KD PF.LLOES, SHAFTS, >f,\, 

All of the very be.il material, just received ano 
olr sale by 
ap-^l ly_ KICOT. S fr DEAN. 

P O L L O C Iv , 
DONALDSON A N I 
O D E N , 

DEALF-n.S IN 

CJhina, OlnNM ^ ICnrtlicn 
Wtire, 

WITH Alf ENbM:8S VARIK.TY OF 

Hou.sekeepint^ Articles. 

It is tho design of this House to rnnply HOUSE 
KEFPERS with every possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. 11.^) Third-st., 

COR. THIRD A>'D ROBERT-STS., MIN. 

jeSnl&w 



FLORENCE SEWING 
MACHIlSrE AaENCY, 

Directly oi potitc Stces' Furniture Store, 
'X'liird Street, 

Makes rouR tustintt .si itcuks on one an<1 the 
•amo machine, all of which make the scam alike 
)n both sides of the fabric 

It combines all the good qualities o*" other first 
^lass .Machines, and p ossebses many advantages 
ov.'r anv an<i all . f them. 

It Is tho mcstslmpic and PERFECT In its cou- 
■truction of 

ANY VET OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

No .Machine covers so great a range of work. 

«i- II seirit ,'iix or F.iiiht thicknesses of /■nil 
riulltflirn (n ihf fiiiestjubric, with equal facili- 
y, tnithoii' chuiiije. oftension. 

FEEDS TO tIiE RIGHT OR LEFT. 

No dlllicultyexrerlenced in sewing across thick 
ieam. 

Runs more quiet th«n anv other Machine. 

They are the FASTEST SEWERa lu the 
»VORLD. 

A child o' ten vars can 

AD.IU.^T IHE NEEDLE, 

As pasily ns an experi.-nwd operator. 

The\- give '.nivorsal satisfaciiou wherever used. 

I he most Inexperienced can work them per- 
fectly ami with easo. 

I'hi'y ran-e in price from $5.1 to $115. 

«- EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED.-«» 
Hcmmers and all necessary tools included. 
G. W. BA< COCK, Agent. 
Iyl5 cor. rjd and Minnesota s t s.. St. Paul. 

nr.uiEN upr 

I he subscriber bar. taken up a dark red COW ; 
!)iiudleh"«d and l.gs, rather ol;'.. The owner Is 
requesied to come forward, pay charges and take 
lioraway. BHIDijEl' MANLKY. 

Near the Gcrmau Catholic Chutch, 

lylS-.'it* St. Paul. 

FAIR BANK'S 

STANDARD 

S O AH. E 8 

'M^fl^tfi}Slk OF ALL KIMDS. 

■ >: ^ .^Xi*-^^? Also, WarehouseTrucks, L«tt«r 
i-i:*^.'^ " Presses, ftc, ftc. 

FAIRBANKS,GREENLEAFftCO., 
172 Lake Street, Chicago. For sale in St. Pftul, 
by J. C. ft II. C Murt>uDs ft Co. 
Be careful to buy only the genuine. Jel4-dwly 



rpillRD STREET PROPEKTY. 

FOE. s^lk:. 

Lot 2, Block 'i2, Rice & Irvine's Addition — corner 
lot, 72 feet front on Third street and 150 feet on 
Hill street, adjoining Hope Engine House. Will 
be sold low. 
TER.M.S — Part cash and part credit. 
Applvto D.COOPER, 

aplOtf Irvine's Block 

rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

JOHN BURNH AM, Proprietor, would respect- 
fully announce to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new and commodious building on tlie 
corner of .Jacksor and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
commodation of travelers, where ht! will bo liai>- 
pv »o sei> his olil friends, and all ot'i'Ts who may 
favor him with their patronnge. 'fl;e hoiis.' is 
only two blocks from the st'-amboat iandiiif? and 
railroad depot. Bagg.Tife « ill becarri* dfr.jui an;i 
to the boats//YC of chnrric lalde sui)pliod with 
the best the market affords. Gowl stabling at- 
tached to the i)remises. 

SL Paul, April '.i.lKO:'.. apU-ly 

iP C. LIGIITE & CO., 

(I.ale l.ightc & Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forto Manufacturers, 

4*.S1 BrooKte-Wt., ]¥ew I'ork. 

SECOND BLOCIv EAST of BROADWAY 
Mr. F. C. LIGHTE,tlieori^'inal feun.'er of this 
well-known Estaljlishnient, Srnior I'ariner, and 
nnlif I'nirliatl I'itnio- Forlr M'll-er of the late 
liriii of " Liglite & Bradburys,"' having retiiiiii-d 
his .Two-Thirds iuteiest in the wliolo business 
stock, materials, ftc, aud Sole Proprietor^liip in 
his Wiluahlr /'('/co^^, inclusive of his celebrated 
PATENT INSULATED IRON FRAJIES. is the 
onlv one who can m::ke the SUPKRIOR PIANO- 
FORTES for whicli tills hou.- » has boon f» j,o|iu- 
lar. jJS" AH inftin<.'onienis on bis rights will be 
prosecuted according to law. 

,»S- All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted p.-rfoct in every resjK'ct for live years. 
LiiiKU.M. Ttr.MS TO Di:ai,i;ks. 

F. C. LIGIITE v\i CO., 

jip','8-:{m 4-1 Broomc-St., New Y'ork. 

OIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 

Indemnity can be had. 

Steps are being taken by the Government to as- 
certain who hav« suliVred loss in pro!>erty, and 
the extent of sucit los«, by tho late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersignetihave all the necessary forms, and 
are possessed of suiieiior advantages for lir.vinj; 
these claims allow.-d and setllod iu the shortest 
possible time, and will give special attention tc 
such as are placed in their hands. 

SMITH ft GI L.MAN, Attorneys 

St. Paul, Sept. 24. ISf.i. 

/- ^ E O . E . S C H N A B E L . 

In MaiTcts Castle, corner Jackson and Fourth 
street, 

nKAI.KR IJt 

GROCERIES, GR.'MN .\ND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps constant! v on hand the choicest Brans of 
Flour, Nice Leal" Lard, Lamb's Sugar Cured 
Haiiis, and Dried Beef, Corn, ' oin Meal, Oats 
aud Bran. 

Ho has made arrangement to receive, two or 
three •imc.'t a week, fi-om the country, tiio choic- 
est Roll Buter. 

(ioo.ls delivered to all parts of the eity, iVee of 
charge. w^r:'*. 

S'tATE'OF minxes 'TA, cou.nty 
OF RAM«<EY 



The ladies and gi-:it!i'me-.i ot this citv and vicin- 
ity, are invited lo call aud eiiamine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

or Jf E>V STTLES OF JEWKLRY, 

Ooldl aucl Silver "Wat elies, 

CLOCKS, SILVER WARE, PLATED W.iRE, 

DIA.MOND COOPS, SILVP-lt TEA SKTS, 

Castor.', Cake Baskets, Gold Chains, Rings 
Thimb'Ies, aud everything else pertaining to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, 

3Iy good,s were purchased exdu.sively for cash 
from ;h'^ largest v.holesale houses in the Union, 
and are for sale k; tin' 

J.O^VEST PRICES. 

Ail goods warnmod precisely as represented. 
Ctish ])aiil for old (.'jldaud.-^iixer. Al\i!l supply of 
WAICH MATERIALS always ou liana. 

Agent for Setli Thomas' ("locks, aLso agent for 

tht' celobrat'»d 

^\.iiioi*ioasi AVsvtolies. 

r.articulpi attenfjon paid to repairing every 

desrriplloti of \Viit«-ho.s_ i.locks, and Jewelry in 
tiie best possible luann -r. Vi'e nnunfacture all 
kinds of 

Or any ofliorpnltern of Jewelry, fee, in our line. 
All w.jrk will be .loiie jironiptly iu a v.orkman- 
like iiianivr r.n' kkjti.u ii'V.n any othkk fs- 

TABl.lSI'MK.NT IN UllS .-KC TION OK THK <"\V- 

ti;y. All ord- rs by l.'iler or otherwise will re- 
coi\ e ]H-ompt allentioti. 

All kinds of now wiieels aud new parts of tho 
wa;cli maijufactured for the trade at a reasouablo 
dis-' Hint. 

Store in (Jreenloaf's Block, opposite Concert 
Hull, near the Post Ollice. 

apsii'. D. C.GREENLE AF. 

^T~ A. BLAKEMAN'S THE 

NEW JE^VELRY STORE, 



Four deors brlo^- IT10?IPS0N & BROTHER'S 

Bai;k, and ne.xt. doortvlow .-sHAW'.S 

Fashionable Hat Store, 

Osi Tliirtl Stx'oet, 

Cia be seen splendid 

.SILVER TEA • KTS, CAKE BASKETS, ICE 
PirCHER>, C.iSTOR.5, 

Solid Gilvor Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Up 1 a'ul Ritl.y Kin?:*, .'^olirl Gold Ear- 
Itiii;.;- and Pins in sets, 

Fi-om ij^lS to ^.">0. 



O PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH 

VSF. THK 
AND 

Wild Cherry Bitters. 

In Pint Bottles, price 50c; in Quart Bottles, 75c. 

These Bitters are conipos» d of the best Boots. 

Barks and Herbs known, and peculiarly adaptea 

to til.' imniediaie cure of all diseases produced by 

an inactive ilv^r. 

Daudcliou aud Wild Cherry BitttTS 

CURE KICK HPZADACHE. 
Dandelion aud W >ld Cherrv Bitters 
CUKK J A UN I -ICE. 
Dandelion and \* ild Cherrv Bitters 

CURE i.NDIGKSTION. 
Dande'lon and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE COS1IVKNFSS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

< I RE HKAHT BURN. 
Dandelion and Wild ( h.-rry Bitters 

CI HE WEAKNKSS. 
Dandelion and Wild Chcrv HIners 

CURE LOST APPETITE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bisters 
« I UE Gi E, 
In Its worst forms. They perform these cures 
sinipiv, by one othce, regulating the liver, 
tor sale bv d. aiers i . .Medijiues, ev n-where. 
.S. HI N I IN(.«I' 'N, f roprietor, 
Farmeis. urg, Cla;.ion Counts , Iowa. 
For sale b' I- H. Biggs, H. W. Robinson, raul 
Reiger, St. Iaul:» N. Wicke stiain, Charlos Ben- 
sen, L. \\ tinand £: Co., and .<. r^d ards, Whol«> 
^ale Agent, W inona; CJiarles Hawley. Cbatti«-ld; 
\). B Stout, Pnston; s. Y'. Hde, Filifnore; 
< haries Morrill, *aiion; Capi. .Mills audJ.D. 
Biin ', Pleas ui Gro <•; -. B. Bobin on, General 

Wlioi' r^iile Ag.'llt, adlr.-ss Cn:'Tliol.i, Min. 

Al-0— lluitiiigion's W IMn^ Fluid; Howe ft 
-tevi'iKs' Famdy i>ye < oiors; \ an Duseu's Worm 
Confections; Van Du.-eis's .Magic.il Blueing; Al- 
den's Co.:.li ion I'owd.r.-; 'iHlman K Coillns' 
,,oncentia!ed E^'tiaci of I emou ; lalman ft Col- 
lin-' I.ea:!;. r Pre-ervative: Dutcner's Dead Shot 
for Bed Bugs; .sie. p<>i'- I igli ning Fly Killer. 
l>Alr' dk jrK.%H», St. Pa.L 

my2r-iy Wii.iJ'-r^.le nd Ketad * gents. 



SAMLMS" BEO. & CO. 



WHOLESALE nXALERS XV 



BOOTS Sc SHLOES, 



So. -28 I^ake Mr«eC, Chlcacra. 



We have In store and offer to the Trade a very 
DESIRABLE and CHOICE STOCK of BOOTS 

AND SHOES of the best styles, selected eeverftl 
months since, before the late advance in foodt, 
which we will sell 

LOW FOR CASH, 



OR 



Sliort A^pproved Credit. 



m.ll-Om 



SAUNDERS, BROTHER ft CO., 
■i» Lake Street. 



SPRING TRADE. TO TIIE MER- 
CHANISOF THE NORTH-WEST. 
We respectfully invite you to examine our une- 
qualled Miscellaneous stock of 

STAPLE AND FANCY DRY' GOODS, YAN- 
KEE NorK)NS, WOOLEN GOODS, 
HOSIERY, CKOt KERY, CHINA, 
GLASS, CUTLERY, PLATED 
GOODS, ETC., ETC. 
No house in the country offers better induce- 
ments in goods and prices. We have every flicll- 
ity aud are prepared to sell the Best Cash Trade 
at a profit below Eastern figures. 

4S"Special attention paid to all orders accom* 
nied with money or references. 

JBOM e:v brothers, 

Cmport^ra a«d JToMters, 

Nos. ; -', 74 and TO Lake St., Chicago. 
m.Sl-lv. 



FOR, S^^lLE, 

THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, 
viz : 
One lot in block II, Whitney ft Smith's Ad- 
dition. 

Lots 4 and 5 in block oS, and lots 14 and 15 In 
block t).'L in Irvine's Enlargement to Rice ft Ir- 
vine's Addition. ^. ^, 

Lot C. iu block -J-l, lot 9 in block 55, and lot 9 IB 
block .V. in Rice & Ir\ine's Addition. 

A lot f^u Davton Avenue, a.ijoining the proper- 
tvof Maj Culien, !»«• teet front. 
■ Lots : and is in block v;:<, St. I'aul Proper. 

1 here are >-aluable improvements on said last 
two mentioned lots, con^:st^ng ol a stone store 
on Wabashaw-st.,and a tirst-cla»s dwelling house 
on Fourili-st. 

I he ab >vc property will be sold on liberal terms 
as to cash and credit. 
Imiuire at the olfice of 

SPENCER ft CARVER. 
lugersoU's Block, or of 
GROFI&BXILEY, 

under Thompson's Bank. 
Big" Rooms to rent in Irvine's Block. 
St. Paul, June .3d, 1S03. Je4-3m 



F 



OR THE CARS 



Judicial District. 




District Court, for Second 1 *10,000 worth of .CPTII THO MAS CLOCKS 
^s. j JCST RECEIVED. 

' Those wi-hing to tiiipijlv them-elves with a por- 
f-ct Clock, will buy the SEIH ITIOMAS 
Ci>OCK of 



N. B.— The Cheao American Gothic Clock, at 
Fiictoiy prices. All warranted to run well. 



t U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orlg- > 
i iual Process, 50 CMits. S 
Ira Bidwell, Plnlnilff, against Joseph Daniels, 
DeWitt C. Taylor, nud ll.'ury L JIoss, De- 
fendants. — Suuimous. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To the above ntimed Deftti'lants < 

Y'ou and each of you are hereby summoned and 

required to answer the complaint in thia action j r i. a • 

which complaint is on 111.! In the offlce of the I A FINK ASSORTMKNT Ol the American 
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy of your \ f^^tured Watch a-ljusmd to heat and cold, 

answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, 1 "'•»"""'*-■"' .... . '. „,.,-,. 

at his offlce in .Saint Paul. >Iiun.'8ota, within and the most perlect timer made. A. BLAIvL- 
twonty days alter the service of this summons i jjan sells them at manufactory prices. Don't 
uponjou, exclusive of th.! .lay of such s.Mvice, i j^j^,j,^,, ,,,p p,app „,, ^^re that you coll in at 

apl.Sly 



and If' you fail to answer the complaint witliin „,,,„ ^,„,„ ,.-,. r^,,.»r o .^ .nt> 
the time aforesaid the Plaintiff In this c fion will i 1 HE NEW JEW ELRY SroRK, 



take judgment against you for the sum ot two 
nai 



thousandand sixty dollars, with interest thereon ; ff^A IW 'P I) SilVT()\TON. I^% 
from the lOth dav of S. ptember. iwr. at the rate 5^^ '^* *■ • ^* «»i"Vx^ 1 Vil, ^3^ 



., .,. _ pte 

of seven per cent, per annum, besides costs and 
disbursements. 

Dated .saint Paul, Minn., June lOth, 1803. 
GEO. L. OTIS, PlaintifT's Attornev, 

Jel4-Aw of Saint Paul, Minn. 



DETSTTIST, 

Ingersoll's Block, Bridge Square, St. Paul. 
acy Teeth inserted lu the ocsi Stylo on Gold, 
Silver and VulcanlU. Je9 



Our Omnlbusses will run to and from the prlB 
oipal Hotels and Boats in connection with Hm 
trains of tl'.e 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for ta 
au wer to orders left at the American, Intenur 
tiois laud Merchants, or at our office. 

iv:t I.e. KURBANK ft CO. 

T^XI^RESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Messengers to 

S7.. ANTOSY AXn MISNEAFOLIS 

X%vieo r>a,ily, 

I..«»a'-ine St. Paal .U 11-30 A M. and T. M. ; r«- 

lurnK.g s>:ii-e at f ."5 A. .M. and6..30 p. >i. Pack- 
age vtighing .VI lbs. oi !«>-s, and not exoe^lug 
i*.Vi in val.iC will b<> ca nied for TKjf •entb, and 
d •! vored at o •• ii.'r's doors. I ariicii'ar attention 
will be pai t to tilling or.iors. Purchases will ff 
inaTle at best nites obtainable and no charge made 
for sucli serviTs. 

Expie.ss matter for St. Cloud and all Interme- 
diat.- poins will leave St. Paul, Mondays at 6.46 
A.M. and Tuesdays and Thursdave at 600 r. M. 

joir)-tf J. C. KURBANK ft CO. 

/^ASIl! CASH!! CASH!!! 

» CK.VTS, » CJEXTS, » CKlfT». 

Paid for good No. 1 CMton Rags. Four centalor 
the b.-st kind of old white paper, and old book* 
of any kind, nud will send to any P*rt of the clt^ 
f.>r tl.em, if you leave vour orders at Davenport • 
Book Store, Putnam^s, P. O. Box IMZ, or at 
West's, on Robert street, next to Ihi™. 
marl4tf J. Wlt.ST. 



H 



B Y E R S 



MAHtJFACTtmKR ASD 0«ALKK Df 
COPPER, SHEET IROK AND TIN WARM 

OPPOSITE THE BIG CIXX3K, 

JACKSON STKEBT, St. Paul, iriiuMMla« 
Bovl4-<Ufcwly 




*m*tmtm,^ ,fnk»mM. 







THE BATNT PAUL PRESS, SATURDAr, JULY 25, 1863. 



[Continued /ran First Page,] 

w evulentlv mjis.Vmp his I'orocs tt» break 
his wav t'hrouph to Uirhmoml. I'nl I"' 
will prtJbablv tiiul it a niorf ililhfiilt mi- 
ilortaking than th.< one at (u-ttysburgh. 

Atlor all tlu- .Ulav. thi-iv is now not 
uuu-h pvosnoi-t of Lfi' beinj: able to i,'tt 
his arniv bark to Ki.hmon.l or tvtMi so 
tar as the uiiiu-r on.l ol tlie Sla-naiuli.ali 
valley. 

t'lNcixx.vTi, July 11. 

Shortly alter Morj;an crossed the Mus- 
kit»"um vt'stt-nlav. In- was attaiktul by 
milnia uiukr Tol. Hall, with two lueees 
o» artillery. Fitteen rebels were killetl 
anil several wonn.leil. His i.ro;,'n'ss wis 
fluike.l twiiv bv (\>1. Hall, but he t.nally 
eseape.l. vl i (.•iiinl)erl:in.l. Cuernsey t o.. 
whieh i.laie he lelt last night at 7 o eloi 

This morning he erosse«l the 
Obio Kailroad at C'an.bri.lge. elose y i)..r- 
,uea by tieneril Shaekellonl. He l.a.l 
no time to .lo .lamage beyoiM bunungtiie 
depot and tearing up st)me tra<k. 

At It o'eloek this nu.rning he reaelu tl 
Washington. Cuerusey coiwA) , where he 
,lid a jiuod deal of .ian.age. i>li.ndenng. 



•k. 
Central 



Siiaeklelonl is elose behind hiu». 

\ ei>uner arrived Irom the vunuty o 
Tavlorville at nooii. and reports a squad 
of iibout citXl men got ihtaehed Ironi >lor- 
irau's banil when he ero^sed the Mus- 
kingum. Thev are prowling around the 
eountry burning hotis^s, wheat staeks. 
killing stock. A:e. 

A tbreo of 'MO mounti-d men have been 

sent after them. 



iS:c 



«BX. 



UOOKEK i.^ XII E WK*X. 

Wasuinoton. July 23. 
(Timet Speci'if.) Oen. Hooker has 
«TOne west. Tliere is a rumor on the 
streets that he is to relieve the present 
Commander of the IVp-irtmcnt ol Mis- 
souri, but thus far this is merely eonjee- 
ture. 

AFTERNOON REPORT. 



LKE-4 .n4»%'E.nE^TN. 

Cii vMurr.sm Ko, July 2^. 

[Special to the PhilmUlphia Inquirer.] 
—The enemv, except cavalry scouts, 
abandoned lledgeville yesterday. Part 
of Kweirs cor[is. with It", cannon, bdl 
baok towards Martinsburg. 

It is reported that the enemy crossed a 
cavalry force at Hancock, this (orenoon. 

Water will be let into a portion of the 
Clu'sapeake aiul Ohio Canal this wiek. 

Lee left Winchester with his stall" yes- 
terday morning, in the direction ot Mid- 
dleburg and Sirasburg. 

His (leaviest force is now in and around 
Winchester. He has been reintbrc.'d 
from Lower Virginia and Xorth C.aroli 
na, by a reported force of lO.iJOO, un«ler 
Gen." P. H. Hill. 



UKHtHTI.W 



K.'VltOJLIillKlVT. 

n.vi.TiMoKK, July -^5. 

There was a disposition to resist the 
onroUmont in the vicinity ol Janetsville, 
Hartford county. Md.. to-day. 

The barn of the enrolling ulhcer was 
burned with ,'>V0 bu.shels ol corn. Also 
the barn of .Joseph Perry, with all tlie 
contents, and one luirse. Six shots were 
fired in the window of the residence of 
the enrolling otlicer. 



T H K a ITY. 

OsstvN K. l)i>o<;K.— KMHiMATmN n» 

MiNNKsoTA.— We notice tiie return to tin- city 
of t>ssiau K. l)o«l>;e. 1 m|.. the eelibiate.l \ o- 
calist, niter a i>n>les>i«>nal tonr of some 
mouths* iliiratiou. Mr. l)«.tl>,'e t»H>U up his 
]ieruumeiit resilience last year in »hi> city, 
where hJN liuuily has siuce Ik en iv>iiliii;,'. 

Durin.:; his nl»senee he has netiil as a mU"- 
eon-tituti'.l r,ihi,:,Matii>u Cemnii-isionerfor Min- 
ncM)t:i. aii.l li.is laliornl witli an iiitluisia>tie 
zeal li>r it'' interests, whieh tieserves the 
thaulvs of the whole omiuunitv. His j.refes- 
s.ou liius l)ronj;ht Inui in lontact with uearly 
the whole circle of New Kuxhuul jomnnls. 
anil he has pivssed them ail into the service 
ot" DoilKeanil Minnc-ota. NVr iiave ollr^*^•lv^^s 
veeiivea huudn-ils t>r tliese papers, ami all 
l)e:u- liiiitfiil lokiiis of the ;,'<hmI seed he has 
sown in the New i;u>;lau<l miiiil in re^anl to 
the .state antl city of his adoption He jis.-.ures 
us wlint we alreaily know thnMi^'h other 
ehaniiels.that a.- mk.m a.s ti.i- war i-* over there 
will l>e suili a rush of emixmtiou fioiii New 
1 111,'Ianil to Minnesota as has never l»een seen 
heiore in the history of this country. 

The .state eouKl m>t do a better thinj,' for 
ils own interests tlian employ Mr. Doilf,'' — if 
he would consent lo he employeil— lu. a tiav- 
elini; Comini-siouer of Kmisjration. 

l>KATii OK GKtuuiK A. Kmmkii.. — In 

another place will l>e louml a notice of the 
death of (;oo. -V. Kmnieli, formerly of this 
eity. Mr. Kminell was a lawyer, born ami 
raised in New Jersey, und eaine to St. Paul in 
IS.V.». lie was employed in the otHec of Smith 
iS: (iilman, and w.is known as a viry active 
lalKJrer in the eau.se of the Repnbliian party 
in the eampaijrn of lS()i). He was .V.-«sistant 
Secretary of the Senate duriu>; the sis.-.iou of 
ISOl, and so«)n atterwards received an ap- 
pointnuiit in the war otrue at Washinfrton. 
where he resided the pa«.t two years. 

A private letter from Washin^'ton infonns 
us that Mr. F.mmell had been a few days un- 
well, when his nu)ther and sister weiv sent 
lor. He apparently reeovereil, so »w to be at 
his desk in one of thr (lOvernnunt otllces on 
Wediiodiiy. and the noxt morning was found 
dead in lii.- l«ed. He died of apoplexy. 

Mr. Knimoll was a young man of tine tal- 
ents and genial manners— is sorely misseil 
from the circle of his associates in Washin.-;- 
toii— aiul will Iks jjreatly regretted by man\ 
friends in this city. 

WKlind in the Cin-innati Commercial 
of Tuesday, the following item ; 

An- ()j m rovix.JioMvv Kii.i rii. — ('a|>tain 
W. r.. Fanel. brotlier of Captain John W. 
I'arrell of tiiis city, w.is among the killed at 
till' battle of (;oitysl)uiu'. He commanded a 
company in the Ist Mintn>sota infantry. De- 
ceased removed from Covimrton. Ky.. Rl»out 
tive years ago, to St. Paul. While a resident 
of the tornur city, he was lii'.;hlv respci-tod l>y 
all who knew hiui, and his death will lie 
greatly lamented. 

The body ot C.iiitain Farrell is on its way 
K'l/k, and will probably arrive here by the 
miildle of next >ycek. 



Mit«l It* l»lniini«h«*il HoHiidarir*. Ar- 
uil«>« MBtl H*<«ourc««. 

Ireiii tbo Now TorV llerulil. 

When the experimt ntal Southern Con- 
federacy under .IcIL Havis was first 
organized, in February. istJl, at Mont- 
gt)mery, Alabama, it cndiraced seven 
States, known as "the Cotton Statt-s" — 
to wit: South Carolina, (Jeorgia, Ala- 
bama, Florida, Louisiana and Texas. 
The bombardment of Fort Simiter. ami 
ihc secession of Virginia two months later, 
enabled the Southern revolutionary con- 
spirators, by terrorism and by fraud, to 
drag into tlieir s.ingtiinary embra<es tlu' 
additional States of North Carolina, 
Tennessee ami Arkansas. They also 
claimed the States of Kentucky and Mis- 
souri nnih-r the most im|mdent false pre- 
tences, and for a considerable time stoutly 
resisted by arms the will of the peoph* of 
said States and the authority and power 
of the Federal (Jovernment. As repre- 
(lenteil in the reb«d Congress at Hichinon<i, 
from I SCI tlown to the present day, the 
territorial area of the so-called Confed- 
erate State? comprised : — 

siATrs. xnv MM- Mii.rs. 

(•.1,3V2 
■|(>,70« 



eaiinot be mistaken in this — that our ar- 
mies in llu' fuld have the rebellion in 
their grasp, and that the cud draws nigh. 



Virv'inia. 

North t'aroliiirt. 

South Carolina. 

(ieor^ia, 

Florida, 

.Mabama, 

Mississijjpi, 

Tennessee, 

Kentucky, - 

Missouri, 

.\rkansas, - 

l.onisianu, 

'I'exas, 



,»«,(H)() 
•)«»,-2(iS 
M,T11 
47.1.'>ti 
■l.'i.C.tK* 
."{7,t;so 
rt7,;W(> 
ol'.litS 
41,_V).'> 
2;17,.'')0I 



EVENING REPORT. 



iTE.-w.'* iMo.n w.i.«»inxc;To:f. 

W.\*uixi.roN, July 1\. 

It is definitely ascertained that Lee'g 
main army is at or near Winchester. He 
has made* no general advance down the 

valley. 

General Wadsworth's resignation will 
not, it is said, be accepted, !>iit that ow- 
ing to the niunber of general oflii-ers in 
the first corps he will be transferred to 
some other command. 

An oUicial order fixes the total monthly 
pay of the provost marshals under the 
enrollment act at >! 11 7. 'JO, and that of the 
surgeon and commissioner, ."jil 12.S.>. 

Government h.is decided on active 
measures regarding the fitting out of the 
rebel iron clad licet in Kiigland. The 
authorities are urged to issue letters of 
marque and reprisal in view of the in- 
crease of pirates. 



CMVA1.RY EXl*EllITIO^. 

CiNci.N.NATi. July 24. 

The cavalry expedition under f-'olonel 
Toland consisting of .'{4th Ohio, mounted 
infantry, and Col. Powell's '2i\ Virginia 
Cavalry, sent by ^laj. (Jen. Scaramon 
from Charleston, Va., to cut the Va. &. 
Tenn. railroad at AVytheville, has been 
successful. They captured Wytheville 
after a severe Bght and took 120 priso- 
ners, two pieces of artillery and 700 
stand of arms. Our loss was about (>.") 
killed and wounded. Col. Toland and 
Capt. Delaney of Cincinnati were killed, 
and Col. Powell was severely wounded. 
The enemy lost lb killed and a large 
number wounded. 

Our troops were fired on by citizens 
from houses. The town was totally 
destroyed. 

The command reached Fayetteville 
yesterday, after a hard march of ovtr 
3tJ0 miles. 



TllR SciIOOI. OV IXSTRICTIOX. — The 

militia olHcers school of instruction meets to- 
night. Let tiiere be n prompt attendance, so 
as to eomploti'the ioll nnd organization. As 
the evenings are now getting lonjier. the line 
will Ik- fonned at 8 o'clock. 

Fko.m Cai't. Fisk's Party. — Wc saw 

a letter fn»m a ifcntleman in Capt. Fisk's par- 
ty yesterday. They were encamped on \Vild 
Rice River, beyoml Fort Abcrrrombie. He 
states that several men hiid tnnied back. icn>- 
ini: fifty-live men yet in the Train. Th< 
prosj'pcts for their sncccss were good. 



Total, .... S.3H.J0.; 

Id .lanuary, IHilJ, the inilitarv lines of 
.lell. Davis, extending from Harper's 
Ferry through Northwestern Virginia, 
and through Kentucky and Missouri, en- 
closed and held about 7/)0, <»(>() sipiare 
miles of this territorial area <'laimed by 
the rebellion. Hy .January, ISi'.;'), «-\- 
cepting a lew bands of thieving guerrillas, 
the armed forces of Davis h.itl been e.\- 
pelled from oi»e-tliird of Virginia, the 
whole of Kentucky and of Missouri, two- 
thirds of Arkansas, one-half of Tennes- 
see, Louisitina and Texas, and from small- 
er portions of all the other rebellions 
St.ates. 

•* Mut how stands the matter now ?'" 
With the capture of Vicksburg and Port 
Hudson we have disposed of the rebel 
armies ot the valley of the Mississippi ; 
ami, with the liberation of the splendid 
army of Ciemrral Grant, and the npially 
heroic though smaller army of (Jeneral 
Hanks, we have at least one hundred 
thousand veteran tnjops added to our 
movable forces in the ^^'est, with only a 
contemptible s(|ua«l of a few thousand 
armed rebels here and there between Ala- 
bama and Texas. I'ractically, therefore, 
we may already consider Hississippi, 
Arkansa.s, Louisiana ami Texas as res- 
cued from the rebellion. Xext, with tin' 
expulsion of liracg from Tennessee, th.<vt 
State may be pronounced as wholly re- 
covered from the gripe of King Davis 
and his instruments. The area of the 
.States and jiarts of States, therefore, ae- 
tn.illy remaining under the control of the 
armed forces of the rebellion at this time 
may thus be summed nji — 

Sffi/r.t or Partu Thrrmf. Square ^filr.*. 



4mfu. fliirunt Miid thn .4<lnilni«trM<ioii. 

A late article of the Chicago Tinun is 

partially as follows : 

W,' give n ) cretlit to the Administraliim at 
NVashiii^'loii that Vi<ksbiu>; has fdleii. On 
the eoutijuy, had its (hsi^ns In-en earrieil out, 
probably it woidd never havelallen. It is well 
understood that when, several weeks a^o, A<l- 
jutant (ieneral Thomas lelY Washington for 
the re^rion of war on the Mississijjpi, he Itore 
nil order ot the l*resideiit supersedinj? tJeii- 
eriildrant i>y the appointment of (ieneral Me- 
Clernaiid to the eonimand of the army in 
that .|uarter, and tli.it the order was not ese- 
ciited liei-ause .Vdjutant (ieneral 'I homas dis- 
covered that its execution would Ik- repugnant 
to the oDIeers, and disheartening; and deinor- 
ali/in^ to the soldiers, whose atiaehiiient to 
and eoiilidenre in (Jen. (Iraiit were as ^leat as 
their ilislike of (ieneral MeClernand wils con- 
lirnied ineradieuble. It is e\tr,iordin:iry 
that the Administration did not ]iersist in its 
imrpose of snpersediiie, iiofwithstandinK the 
tliseovery by Adjutant (ieneral 'I'honias as lo 
the iir ispeeiive e.iiise(|iiinees of persisteiic<', 
for it is not the habit of the Adminisiration to 
let any eoiisideratioii of success or defeat in 
iniliiaiy opeiations ^t ind in th.; way of its po- 
litical operations. (<ener.<l(irant had not been 
riMiiiss in his milituiy diit »s; on the contrary, 
he had )icrl'nriiicd iiiciii with a skill and en- 
ergy which had not nieiitly been known in 
any other milit ivy departim nt. Itiil he tcufi 
supposed til he untuuiitl itn the neyru. 

— To this the Chrouirlc of Washington 

gives this aiilhiiritative denial : 

There is not u simple alle-;ation to this arti- 
cle, that is not delilieratejy and knowiugly 
false. 

In the liist place, "when (ieneral Thoni.vs 
left Washington for the seat of war on the 
Mississipjii," he bore noorder of the I'resiilenI 
sni>ersediii;^ (ieneral (iranl, by the api>oiiil- 
ineiit of (ieneral MeClernand to the command 
of the army in that iinaiter. 

Ill the second place, ami jier consequence, 
(ieneral Thomas could have iliscovered no 
such repuv'nance to the removal of (iciicral 
(ir.iiit, as is st.ited, nmouj,' the ollieers and mjI- 
diers, beeiii.se he Imuc no onlers for (ieneral 
(iiaiit's removal. 

In the third place, if the siipcrseiliiic of a 
ficneral olliccr w:is eonteni]>lated by the .\d 
ministiati Ml, it was inoie the removal of (Jen. 
M<'Cleniand than of (icm ral (inuit. 

In the fuiirtli place, (ienerd (Jrant has not 
been " unsound upon the negro," but so far 
the reverse tiiiit lie has co-oj crated earnestly 
and I'onsiantly with (ieneral 'J'homas in ail 
his reeommendations ; and when General 
Thomas retnined to this city Ironi tlu; Army 
of the Mississippi, he was unboiindeil in his 
expressions of admiration and contidcncc hi 
that brave and iniicpi I otHcer. 

These are the facts sta ed by authority, nnd 
we may add that if bcii r contradiction than 
this ample and sjicc iiic i-ontr.nliction is re- 
ipiired, the editor of the ('liiea.t;o Tinicn is 
ivfevreil to (iiiicral (iiaiit himself, who will 
l>robibly give him not only a lesson in vcraii- 
ty. but also a lesson in politics; and unless we 
are wi<lely mistaken, will cnvinec him that, 
h iwever inmli of a Hemocr.at he may have 
b.en, or continues to be. he does not lalong 
lo the class who, like the rhica,:,M Times, usc 
the name of in>mocraey as a i loak for treason. 



The Dry (Jnod» niarVct Is nithi-r dull. Trice* 
Hrc iincliuii|{eil. 

In WDol our dealers report a scant market. Wo 
hail uii!leij)atiuii8ut one tiiiit> lliut ouF city wan 
(leMtiiied lu be a lurge wool niurt, when the days 
come, an tliey will en; loii);, tliat vliull witiicHit our 
b«>autil'ul pruirii'N and hillNideg dotted with ini- 
miMiiie tlo<>k!i of Soulhilownii and .Meriiioes. Itiit 
M yet w<' "don't see It." The country buyers 
have Im'i'II more siicccMnfiil in ceeuriiif; llecces 
tlinii onr city dealers, who report that ttiey are 
aide to get lait very hO^inty lots. Probably 4,0<X) 
IbH i.i all that has b.'en marketed here this year. 
There are a iiiiiuber of counties wliicli will yield 
more iliaii that. With renewed eiierpy on the 
part of our buyers. .Saint I'aul may yet be made 
an important Wool Market. 

>Vill our country papers, while noting the 
IiuichaseH of Wool, please give ipiality, price.and 
other Items ^ Ah yet wo have searched in vain 
to lind till! latter, altliougli we frf'juently notice 
reports of amounts purchased. 



CaBtello & Van Vleck's 
MAMMOTH SHOW. 



AMI 



Or-ont Mioral Kxliil>ltioii, 



|ily Telet{raph.J 
HTcm York ITIarkrt. 

Ni.w Vui'.K, July •-'!. 
Flour, dull and heavy, 
(JuAix— Wheal unchanged. 
Corn unchanged. 
Oat^i tihnde liriner. 

SKCOM) Ulfil'A TV IT. 

Nkw Yoi-.k, .July lA—a V. m. 
Cotton lesn actlvi' nnd ncarccly so firm. 
Flour heavy, ami closes sightly In lavor of 

buyem. 

(JUAIN— Wheat op<>ned dull, and closed ln-avy 
with holders of comuiou grades rather more dis- 
posed to realize. 

Coax fair reipn-st without decldod change, 

(JATS Una and moderate demand. 

(Ily Tel.-graph.| 
!V«>M York :Tlun«*y .tlurk«>t. 

Ni :w Voi'.i;, .Inly ^Z^. 

(ioi.i) without derided change, 0|M'nin2 '^'i 
c'.o.ilng steady .Ti', <i :.'<>-„ per cent |.reniium. 

(Jov KitNMi.Ni' .Stoiks (irni, C S. ti'n si cou- 
pons lixV»;. 7.:(0's Kir (I tor',,. Stocks Irregular, 
but generally better C. .S. O's si registered lO.""!' , . 
One yearcertlllcales Ml'*'. Missouri (i's TO'i. 



SPECIAL KOTICES. 




M O N K T A R Y . 
COIN AND EXCHANGE QUOTATIOXS OF 

Thompson IBro'N., 

ST. Pai-i,, July :>-, \mx 

Bankertand iirense^l DeaUmin Land Wiirrant$ 
lOrolution'irp ami Adult Ualf Jirrr<l S.rip,($'c 

KXCBANriK KATKS. 

Selling for. rr(-miam 

BankaUeKunis ^ perct. prem 

Americiio (Jold 22 per ct. 

Ordem for United States Land Warrants, 8t«to 
warrants, &c., promptly executed. 

Btatf? and United States Coupons paid at cui 
counter. 

I'assage Certificates via I.lverpoel and Ifam 
burg; Drafts on Kngland, Ireland and .Scotland 
France, (jermany and Switzerland, Sweden an 
Norway, for sale at our oflic<'. 



Arrivals at the Hotels. 



Mil. A. II. WiMiusii, Grocery dealer 
on Jackson street, who was injured last week 
by hcincr thrown from a wagon, requests us to 
say that his stand is open again for ljii.siness. 



LOCAIi MIOTIC EM. 



Tnnow it to tiik Dods. — If every 

housrwife will throw hep cheap, worthless kind' 
of Saleratus and Soda to the dogs and usc only 
the Chemical .S<ihrat"i, thrrc will not l)« so much 
yellow, heavy brfa<l and biscuit tu be seen, and 
con!<ei|uently not »n many dyspeptic, ailing por- 
soiis. (jet a paper, and if it docs not suit, your 
money will be refunded. 



FoRTUKss Moxiioi., July 24. 

The Richmond Whig, of the 2;>d, says 
the evacuation of .lackson, Mis.s., lelt in 
the hands of the enemy the rolling .stock 
of the New Orleans. Jackson ami Great 
Northern, the Mississippi, and the Missis- 
sippi and Tennessee Railroads. The 
motive power consisted of over forty en- 
gines. The loss is incalculably impor- 
tant and irreparable, and nothing goes 
well in the southwest 

The Federal cavalry raid from New- 
berne, N. C, reached Rocky Mountains, 
on the Wilmington andWeldon Railroad, 
on the 20th, and destroyed two miles of 
track. The bridge over the Neuse river, 
lf)00 feet long, was burned, thereby cut- 
ting off coramunic^ation for some weeks. 

AVTER MOnOAX. 

Cincinnati, Jnly 24, 
Major Kcycs, of the 80th Ohio, had a 
skirmish with the rebels at 11 o'clock this 
morning, driving them out of Washington 
When last heard from, Morgan was at 
Winchester, twelve miles north- east of 
Cambridge, moving towards the Steuben - 
ville and Indiana Railroad, closely pur- 
Bued by our forces. 

Aar^ABSirnD atory. 

Nkw Youk, July 24. 

A letter dated Washington, day btdore 
yesterday, was received in this city Thurs- 
day evening,says that Lee was then north 
of the Potomac, heavily reinforced and 
threatening Pennsylvania. No confirma- 
tion or contradiction of this report has 
been allowed to come by tel?graph from 
W'ashington, but it cannot be true or we 
should haye heard from tbo border. 



Pkxmaxsiiii'. — Mr. Preston is an ex- 
cellent teacher, and while he ramains among m 
he should bo made aware of the fact that his 
t dents are apprfclatod by a large att)!ndanc«. Mr. 
P. intends to commence his second term on Sat- 
urday, August 1st, when ho will bo assisted by 
Mis. Prenton, one of the most accoinpllsheri wrl- 
ter<i of the age, who will also give lessons in 
(Jard Writing, free of charge. 

»•» 

Good Tk.mplaks Pic-Nic. — The mem- 
bers of St. Paul I/oilgc, Xo. .18, and St. Antho- 
ny Lodge, No. .15, Independent Onler of Goo<l 
Templars, in conjunction, have made arrange- 
ments to have a Pic-Nic and Fishing Kxeur 
sion, at Lake Harriet, on .Saturd.ay, the 2.5th 
instant. 

A general invitation is extended to all who 
may desire to participate, and that have the 
promotion of the cause of Temperance at 
heart. The aiT.mgeiiieiits have been s<» per- 
fected, that all wlio may bo so fortunate as 
to Ko, cannot find a more fitting or aiipropriato 
oc asiciii to enjoy theiuKclves. The Ijike 
alM)unds in fish, and the sailing boats arc in 
good order. 

Carriages have Ijccn jirovidcd, and will. start 
from fiood Templars Hall, Concert Hall build- 
in;,', at 7 A. M. 

I{y order of the Committee of Arrangc- 
meiitx. T. J. KING, 

WILFORD WII^SGN. 

O. Ct'RTis, (ieneral Insurance Agent. 
Office in Thompson's Hlock, Third street. 

L. il. Chute, Agent for ^V.tna Insurance Com- 
pany, St. Anthony. 

Junu -iith, IsiKt, ^]y 



Of Viri,'inia, 
Of North Carolina, 
Of South Carolina, 
Of (Jeor^'ia, 
t)f .\iabaina. 
Of FU>rida, 



[fJ.iWti 
40,000 
2S,0,>0 
oS.OOO 
,V1,000 
30.000 




ClltVF QrVRTKRMASTKK'S OKKICK, ) 
St, I'AI'L, MiNNKSOTA, .luly .ilst, IHM. \ 

The following iiaragraph of Oenernl Orders No. 
20H from the War Department, is published for 
thu inforinaiion of all concerned. 
Uy order of 
CoLONKL S. MILLER. 

K. n. CARLINO, 
Captain and Chief Quartermaster. 



WAR DKPABT.MENT, 

ADJCTANT (JENKKAI.'s t)Kl-ICK, 

WAsiiiNoTiKN, July fl, l^i<53. 

rOKNCKAL OKDKKS NO. ;>08.j 

» • • * * 

II. Hereafter no otricer or ajjent under th« 
control of the War Department, disbursing pub- 
lie money, will pay any claim or account presented 
t'uough agents or collectors, except on regular 
powtr of attorney, I'xecuted o/ter the account of 
claim is due or payable, and unless such agent or 
collector is consitlered liy the disbursing otllcer 
amply ablo to reimburse the United States, or the 
dishur:<lug officer, in casu such claim or account 
shall, sul)scquent to payment, prove to be unjust 
or fraurlulent; and when an account is presentad 
in person liy an individual who it: not known to 
the disbursing •llicor, the latter will require such 
evidence of identity as will secure the (Jorern- 
ment against fraud. 

By order of the Secretary of War : • 

E. D, TOWNSEND, 

ifiZ Asilstant AdjuUnt Genenl. 



Total. 238,0;W 

— Or about one fourth of the tenitorial 
area represented in the Congress of the 
so-called "Confederate States." Grant 
has only to move with fifty thousand men, 
in conjunction with I'arragtit's licet, and, 
with the fall of Mobile, .Mabama goes by 
the board. Roaecrans has only to push 
to Atlanta after the ske'cton of an army 
lef: with Bragg, in order to liberate 
Georgia; and, while General viilmore 
and our iron-clads are satisfactorily pros- 
ecuting their case before Charleston, it 
will require cnly another meeting between 
tho army of General Meade and the army 
of Lee to settle the (piestion in Virginia 
and North Carolina. And how are the 
rebel armies at Richmond to prevent 
these clo.sing misfortunes to their sinking 
cause ? The losses in men of the rebel 
armic!>, east and west, during the last 
three weeks, will allbrd the satisfactory 
answer that, considering the diminished 
resources and forct-s, and gloomy pros- 
pects of Davis and his confederates, 
these closing misfortunes to them and 
their hopeless cause cannot, by any hu- 
man po.ssibility be averted. 

The casualties in (Jeneral Lee's army, 
from his late "grand entree'' into Penn- 
sylvania down to the return of his shat- 
tered columns to the Virginia side of the 
Potomac, are thus estimated by Surgeon 
(ieneral Hammond, of the United States 
Army : 

Wcmn'd left in our hands at Gettysburg, 11,000 
Wounded taken away by Lee, 8,000 

Kebels slain nnd buried by our troojis, 4,-')00 
.Sound i)risoners captured, 17,000 

Capt'd at Falling Waters, on Potomac, 2,(X)0 
Killed and wounded ui skirmishes, 4,000 



Total los.MCs to Lee, Ui,'A)0 

This, although the princripal, is only 
one item in the account. The entire bill 
of the rebel losses in men killed, wounded, 
prisoners an<l missing during the last 
three weeks will hardly fall short of the 
following figures : 

Lee's losses 4r>,.'>00 

Ucbel annv captured with Vicksnurg - r}2,<K)<) 
" " " captured with Port Hudson 10,(M)0 
Lf»8ses to Jo. Johnston - - - 4,000 

I.<jsses of Price & Co, at Helena, Ark,, '2,'m 
Prisoners captured by (»en. Ilosecrans .l.tHX) 
lA>Kses of JieaureKurd nt Charleston - SOO 



luiOAV, July 2.;. 
<:VTER.^AT10XAI.. 

Vr It CnrpentiT. Cliieigo: O !>.• Ka (irange, 
Kniiioe: S Heiijamin, E'lnlra, N Y ; J T Rathbun 
and wile, <J.); S It U:nii'e.in. do; Mrs Fanning, 
do; .1 A Wbitinaii, Mihvauke<>; K P. Ames, 
.Miiiiien|iolis: W IJ Wifiums, Charlotte, Jiichi 
g:in; W I, Cliase, .Minneanolis: <ieo L Hapc, Mc- 
t;ri';<or; (ieo A Rluiirhanl, I)unlii-th; T IJ Car- 
penter, ihicflgo; K L Feele, Red Wing. 

AnLEUIC^A.V. 

Mr? Mary Roth, Faribault; (has, r.nldwiii, St, 
n'oud ; Lewis A Adani.-;, do; David Marshall, 
Hudson; Isaac Mncolii, Shakopce; H H Roger*!, 
Sort .•^nelling; S li Minor, Winona; O M Frisk. 
I.akeCitv: Miss K Tontevin, Racine, Wis; Chas 
i:aton, Winona: .lames II Carley, Cincinnati; N 
(i lirear. Dodge Co; Thos D Williams, La Crosse; 
II II Williams, Jr, do; Wm L Cliase, Minneap- 
olis :.1ohnli Murray, M hitc Dear I^ke! Geo. 
Havs. T,;<.ke Sujx-rior; Mrs (ioodall and daughter, 
.Vlfon, III: R II Kinno.., i-niihauli. 
MEKCHA^'TH. 

Capt M P Hyatt, ad Indv, J', S. A; W W 
FoltiOin, fitv ; A Knight, St Peter; J Sherwood, 
V. t-. A ; L Woys, do; W M Rockwell, Rockford, 
ill ; Win J .1 Sleepv, Wilke>b«ry, Pa ; I) M King, 
Chicago; A Tibbetts and lady, ."^t. Peter; Mrs 
Kinilv Pierce. Iowa; H C Career, Cleveland, 
Ohio'; II C Plummer, Rostoni C IJeun and lady, 
Ottawa, III; .Mi«.« I5oyd. Rbiomingfou, HI; Miss 
Sims, do; Miss Evan's, do; R A Plummer, Bos- 
ton; K R McMarsted, Sp.>rta, 111; C S Doolittle, 
Manslield, Ohio: S S iSreed, City: .lames fhomp- 
fon.do; Mlcheal tireelv, St. Louis ; D A Hnnks- 
mati, .'^hakopoe: .1 D Jsiake, Rochester, Minn, 
J Hosworth.do; J P Gurr, do; II A Patridge, 
Fort Snelling: Mrs C C Eastman, South Eden- 
burg; L R Meamois, Few Haven; (i A Jcnks, 
Anoka; Charlds Crawford, St Anthony. 

ivhitchch'm iiotei^. 

G F IJiockett, .Minn.:id Battery; C G Lewis, 
Fort Snelling; J W IJutler, (ilencoe; J M Mark- 
slev, do : John Akers, City ; John Rums, Alton ; 
E Mackay, StillwaU'r; II B Say re, Rochester; 
M B Hill, Bangor; (ieo C McNeal Lewiston; E 
W Rhone, Minneapolis; .loseph Duncan, St 
Antnony; W l< Sumner, Hutchinson; Chas E 
Powers, Hastings; T O Organ, Stillwater; J H 
J II Bennick, Hutchinson; M Packard Still- 
water. 

. ■ L 

M ONE T A R Y . 



TuK Amkuican Exi'Rkss Comp.vxy 

haviii,; purchased of J. C Burbauk & Co., certain 
routes heretofore run by them, would respect- 
fully state that tbey are now prepared to receipt 
through to New York, Chicago, aad all point 
reacheil by Express, Freights, Packages and 
Moneys, an.l will attend to collecting Drafts. 
Notes and Accounts, and all General Express 
Busine.'s. For tariff rates call at their office, il? 
Third st., opposite Stage Office. 

Office hours from 7 A. 5i. to t> v. m. 

my:i-.'Jm E. ¥\ WARNER, Agent. 

The Deseases or Ekror, (Lcs Mal- 
dien d'Krreur.)—l, John B. Ogben, M. D., au- 
thor and |.ub!ijher of the above work, do hereby 
promise and agree to send (free of cliarge) to any 
young man who will write for it, a sample copy 
for perusal. The projier study of mankind is 
•Ma.n. This valuable work is issued and sent 
forth for the benefit of suffering humanity. It 
treats in simple language on all tho diseases of 
Error, including Seminal Weakness, Nervous 
Debility, Indigestion, Melancholy, Insanity, 
Wasting Decay, Impotency, &c., &c.— giving safe 
speedy, and elleetual prescriptions for their per- 
manent cure, together with much valuable inloi- 
mation. All who favor me with a desire to read 
my work shall receive a sample copy by return 
mail, free of charge. 
Address 

JOIINB.OGDEN, M. D. 

No. W Nassua St. New Vork. 
may 1-d*w3m. 

To Cox.suMrxiVES. — The advertiser 
having been restored to health in a few weeks, 
by a \ery simple remedy, after having suffered 
years with a severe lung alleclion.and that dread 
di.iease, Consumption, is anxious to make known 
to his fellow-sullerers the means of cure. 

To all who desire it, he will send a copy ol the 
prescription used (free of charge) with the direc. 
lions for preparing and using the Fame, which 
they will find a sukk Cuue iok Coxkcmction, 
Asthma, Bkonchitis. &c. The only object of 
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to 
benefit the afliicted, and spread information 
whicli he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes 
every suflerer will try his remedy, as it will cost 
them nothing, and may prove a blessing. 

Rev. F.DW AKI) A. WiLsox, Williamsburg, 

my4-d&w .3ml Kings County, New York. 



n\ IRL WANTED, 



CASTiCLt.O h VAN VLECK,...PROI'KIKTORS. 

R. VAN VALKENBCR'i, Maxa<;kk. 

'1. PoLA^ D, Mastkk oi Al'.i.NA. 

J. FREHE, Lkadki'. ofOkchfsti'.a. 

A combination comprising all that is excellent In 
the Equestrian profession, all that Is novel in the 
school of (ivinnastiCR. 

A GENUINE CIRCUS, 

with all the staii'tard features of the Legitimate 
Arena, blend"d with all Motern Improvements 
and Acfpiisitions furnished by ambition, close 
app'ication and the pruciical working of those 
Artists whose motto is 

KXCKIJSIOIt. 

Mrre blooded. Trained Horses, and a l»etter 

assortment of other rare specimens of animated 

nature tliun have ever been brought t)efore this 

Community. 

Miip«>riority in Etfrr l>«*i»artin«*Bt. 

The Cfiiiipaiiy consists of at least 

l:<\>i*l.y r*er*foi*m.ei»ji«, 

EQIESTBIANS, VOLTKiER S, LEAPEKS, 

DANCERS, ACROBATS, V(X"ALI.STS, 

MUSK lANS; 

Xi-111 Wiiiionn, Xi'W Cnrrior/rg, Xejr f'anvfi-'.i, 

Xf-w Dn.tsf.-i, Xetr Coy.tiimin. Xetr TrnpplinjH, 

Xeic Seiit.-'diid Xem .-tjipoihtirx-iitu. 

The Mhole forming an establishment paramount 

to the finest ever formed either in this country 

or in Europe, 
This Model Show will exhibit at ST. PAl'L, on 

Tuesday , July 28th, at 7 oxl'k p. m. 

Also on 



^ij9iceUatteouj5. 

^11/' ^- McCLURE (t CO.. 

Produce Commission Alerehants, 

For the s«le of Butter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs. 
Beans, Peas, Dried Fruits, Fiour an 1 Provis.ious 

'iiO rulton iitrert, 
Op, Washington Market, NEW YORK 



W. S. M'CLLRE. 



C. M'CLIRK. 



n. F. BALLARD. 



/; R F E R L N C E S . 

Geo. W. While. Cash, M<-chanic's B'k, Brooklyn 

Hon. Horatio Ballard, .<ec. State of New Yo:k. 

Win. t;ripps, I'res. .Stan>'aid Ins. Co., New York. 

A. H.Bailard, Ypsila^ti, .Miciiigan. 

J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 

K. H. Huntinpt.>n, Adam's Irfl' Co , N. Y. 

J. H. Reed, Ltica, New York. 

Hon. Henry J. Raymond, ''New York limes," 

(^ H Wheeler, St. Albans, Vermont. 

D. Ward, Lancaster, (irant Co., Wisconsin. 

jylO ly 

f^ILLETTE, WHITNEY & CO., 

BfOCESSOR TO 

Thompson, Whitney & Co 

Manufacturers and JoblK-rs of 
BOOTS uiKl SIIOEH, 

46 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO, ILL 

We are now receiving a large stock of Goods 

fP.OM THK 



W*dn..«la.r an.l Tl,«rs.la,-, July «Oll. j JJESJ MANUFACTORIES IN THE EAST 
und .'lOtli, at •£ uiitl 3 i».u». 

Admifl.'.ion 20 cents— Reserved Seats 00 cents. 

MR. DAN CASTELLO, 
As Equei-trian Manager, will introduce his 
It'oiultTrul Train«*d llurao. 

mo:n^itor. 

The Clninpion of the World; also his 
IVOXMCHFri^ E»i:CATED»LI<JL, 



and with very large addition to our 

HO^lE-.^L\DE CUSTOM WORK 

We are prepared to offer to *he Country Trad 
III- best assortment of Boots and Shoe* 
the city. 

GILLETTE, WHITNEY &. CO. 

P. O, Drawer l^^'^?, al-6m. 

G^Tt O C E IM E~hT 



Total 100,800 

These crushins losses le.iTc to the re- 
bellion ca.st of the Missis.xippi ai)oiit one 
hundred and fifty thousand armed men, 
allowinj; Gfty thousand to I^ee, ten tliou- 
Hand for Richmond, thirty tliou.'^aiid to 
Rratrg, twenty thousand to Jo, fJolinston, 
ten thousand at Charle.ston. five thoiisaiui 
each at Savannah and Mobile, and the 
remainder .scattered about in small de- 
tachments in North Carolina and else- 
where. There are perhaps liAy thousand 
armed rebels di.stributed here and there 
in small guerrilla banda on the west side 
of the Mis.sissippi between Missouri and 
Mexico ; but as tlicy are cut oil* now by 
our patrolling gunboats on the river from 
the main body of their (Confederates, they 
m.ay be simply considered as rebel strag- 
glers within the Union lines. 

We believe, therefore, that within two 
or tliree monthij the rebellion, in view of 
its present cripjilcd, exhausted, chop-fall- 
en, demoralized and hopeless situation, 
must inevitably collapse. Only let (Jen. 
Meade pu.sh vigorously after the shattered 
and demoralized army of Lee, and bring 
it to a final settlement on the road to 
Richmond, and it is altogether probable 
— nay, it is absolutely certain — that, from 
the general collapse of the rebellion P>ast 
and nest, this formidable monster known 
as "the draft" will dwindle down into a 
very harmless affair with the disappear- 
ance of the necessity for any extensive 
employuient oi the conscription. We 



Fbidav Eve., July 24. 

The time for subscribing to the 5-20 Loan is 
almost over. Subscriptions will be received un- 
til July 3l8t, after which time .Secretary Chase 
has given no indication as to what he will do In 
regard to this loan, but the general opinion is 
that a security will be issued bearing less inter- 
est. Tho .'i-20 bonds are an excellent security, 
and those investing in them not only make a 
good investment — the principal and Interest both 
being payable in gold— but th-y are ktrengthen- 
ing tho arm of the«iovernnient. 

(Ji;k N VTioNAi, DKiir.— Our National Debt on 
tho first day ot July was as follows : 

■ •■••••••■••••••■••••a ui 'f t^^il-f/l-l 

■ •••••••••••••■••••■•• o/f<Ol f»>*/^ 

lKZ,-t 14,40 1 

13<J,li»f>,l».")0 

7r(i,r>.5(i 

« 15«,Kl5,-.;4-' 

IH ,7 1 , 702 



Fires 

Sixes 

.'>.20"s 

. ..M s •.....■. 

Dem. notes.. 

1 Yr. Cer 

I>em. Loan .. 
Ciirrencv .... 



$1,100,912,79.1 
fi Eleven hundred millions is a large National 
debt, but when we state that almost the entire 
amount has been raised among ourselves, with- 
out help from abroad, and that our great indus- 
trial interests are pro«j.erlng, there is a con- 
sciousness of strength and wealth in the fact that 
it U gratifying to our pride as it is cautionary to 
nations envious of our greatness. 

Tlie aggregate debt of England is 4,fMI0 millions 
of dollars, that of France 2,J0<i millions, and that 
of the United Stutes 1,100 millions. Tbe former 
Is some four times, and the latter nearly double, 
that of (Mir delit, and yet in natural resources 
those of the Ciilted States, as compared with 
either of the great nations named, is ten-fold 
greater. 



OallT 



COMMERCIAL. 

St. Paul JHar- 



keta. 

t'BlDAY EVPNIXO, July 24. 

The grain market at the present time is very 
dull, farmers being too much engaged in the har- 
vest lleld to bring in any produce. Our quota- 
tions are nominal and remained unchanged. The 
Provision market remains unchanged. 

The wholesale grocery trade is reasonably brisk 
and certainly at this season of tho year never 
was better. The demand for groceries is heavy. 
The merchants In the interior have been buying 
lightly, and their stocks are almost exhauited. 
Groceries however do not seem to fall with tho 
price of gold, the demand being so great that 
prices are well kept up. We note a slight decline 
in the following groceries: Rio coffee Ic for 
fair; sugar, common .V a 'iC, powdered and gran- 
ulated Uc. 

We have no new quotations to mark in Hard- 
ware. Nails will probably go up In a very thort 
time. In Chicago they have advanced 25 per 
cent. Our merchants are now selling nalU at 
Pittsburg prices, Tl»e prospective advance is 
owing to tho scarcity of iat)or in the factories at 
the East, The Hardware trade is very good for 
the season, pric<?» remaining Arm at present quo- 
tations. 



To do (ieneral Housework. Apply to 
MILS. F. DRLSt oLL, 
jy24-lf Cor. lOthand Canada sts. 



D 



RAWING CLASS. 



Mr. BAllTLETT, Artist, over Manger's Music 
Store, Third st., will form a class to be taught 
Dniwing. Terms $0 per quarter. To commence 
August :ki at his Studio. |y24-2w 



/CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES AT 

AUCTION. 

On next County Fair Day, 

FIRST SATURDAY IN AUGUST, 

Among other things we will sell at Auction two 

VERY FINE FAMILY COACHES, 

Worth about *S(iO each, 
FOUR FINK CARRLVGF.S AND FOT'R 

nrooiKs. 

The.se are sent to us from the East, and will be 
sold wiihoiit reserve. 

Also, at .same time, Horses, Cattle, Wagons. 
&c., several Counters, und a 

Uot or Grroecrios. 

Those wanting Stock or Goods sold on that day 
will please list with us as early as possible, 
FAIRCHILD & MARCH, 
Auction anil Com, Merchants, Rogers' Block, 
jy24-2t .'ld-»t., one square above the Rjidge, 



A 



U C T I O N 



A sale of State propertv will take place at the 
Stable on Fjigle-st., on Saturdav, August the Isf, 
of Horses, and one of Easterly's Reapers, Sale 
to commence at two o'clock r. M 
Bv order of the A<lju»ant (Jeneral. 

M. BALDWIN, Agent for State, 
LANGLEY & TEMPLE, Auctioneer, 

jy2.')td 

^ O T I C E . 

A male or female Teacher is wanted in the 
High School in the citv of St. Anthony. Term 
to commence Aug. 10, lAftL Competency to teach 
the higher English Branches Is required. Apply 
immediately to the Board of Education. 
N. II. MINER, 
Secretary of the Board of E.dncation. 
Dated J uly 21 , 18f>:i. jyl^-Ct 



F 



O R 



S A L E 



80 ACKKS ooon TiMBKR i.AN'O, including about 
12 acres of very good meadow, and a small house : 
said land is about half way between St. Paul and 
St. Anthony, and '., mile north of State Road, 
and about the same distance north-east of thb 
Railroad. For terms of sale apply fo 
II. L. MOSS, Esq., 
at his office near the Bridge, 
Je2ft-lm* '"^t. Paul. 



-pOR SALE, 

A neat Brick Cottage House and Lot, with a 
good well of water and out Buildings and shade 
trees Ac, with five rooms on first floor, also a 

food cellar; within eight minutes' walk of the 
'ostoffice ; cheap for cash. For further particu- 
lars en-jurcof JAS.H. MURRAY, 
Jy22-lw Opposite the American House. 

/CORDAGE AND LEAD PIPE- 
JUST RECEIVED, 
And for sale low, by 
Jel4.tf NICOLS.PEAN AsC(X>. 



Mr. JOHN GLENROY, 

Who has been received with admiration r.nJ ap- 
plause bv apjineiating audiences on Ixith conli- 
iK'Uts, a'lKl gaiut'd tlie title of the CEN lAllt 
llOUSEil.VN, will execute his daring :iomersault 
Act. 

WM. J. SMITH, 
Wlio has won uufadiugiaurel.<,asthcmost grace- 
ful and accomplished Twoand Four Horse Eques- 
trian of tlie age. 

:.IK. J. TINKHAM, 

The intrepid Horseman and bold Hare Back Rider. 

wiU appear as til' Inspired Hurdle Lea per. 
^vnsrtt. C. M%'. IHllHO^V.'* and 51. J. 

Who stand unrivalled as first class Arti*ts, are 
also engaged in order to render the (iymnastic 
Department superior to all precedents. Among 
the successful leats aellie^ ed by those p< rfonners. 

HORIZONTAL BAR EXERCISES, 

Double Trapeze, 

Cltis«ical GrvoiipingTH. 

Mr. l>A3r CASXEl,!.©. 

The Great Talking Clown, whoso bou mots and 
original saviiigs are copied by the entire motley 
brotherhood. When sue!- a man as this dons the 
cap and bells, the public may rest assured of a 
least of liumor unalloyed by vulgarity. 

MR. 1'. W. POLAND, 

The ready conversotionalist and refined gentle- 
man, tlie paragon of Ring Masters. 

T. BUK(iEJ>S, 
]\I0RU1S MILES, 

R. VAN VALKENBURG, 
M. McCOLLUM, 
A. SULLIVAN, 
R. HARMON, AND 

C. LFSLIE, 

Complete the list of male artists, while 
.tlAIBA:*!!:*} FRAXK and CARRIE, 

1 he beautiful and gifted equestriennes ler.d the 
female cortege. , . r, a 

A gr.ind proce*?ion, consisting of Ine tjana 
Chariot, Frehe's Silver Cornet Band, assisted by 
Mr La Rue, the Champion Drummer, all of the 
Wagons, Carriiiges, Horses, &c.. will be given 
eacli morning at ten o'clock, for the puij>Ofe of 
demonstrating to the public the extent, force and 
superiori;v of 

CASTKLLO & VAN VLIXK'S 

MAMMOTH SHOW. 

jvl7 -td 

GREAT^BARGAINS 

AT 

Tlie Clieni> Casli Store. 

Wo will commence this morning selling our stock 
of SUMMER 

DIIESS GOODS, 

PARASOLS, 
BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, 

BALMORALS, 

COTTONADES AND LIGHT CASSIMERF^, 
At greatly 

REDUCED PRICES. 

//' ror- MAXT BARGAIXS,] 

COME AND SEE lOR YOURSELVES, 

Remember the place. 

No. 218 Third Street, St. Paul, 

NEXT DOOR TO N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 

H. KNOX TAYLOR. 

jo.Vtf 

BOOTH & SHOES 



SHORES & TATOR, 
Wliolesale Grooex-s, 

47 South Water Street, 

CHIC^G-O. 

L. SHORES, F. D. TATOH 

ra^l-iiin. 

^ITHITCHER'S HOTEL. 

Fotnih-St., bettreen Bohert and Jachion, 

ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA. 

E. B. WHITCHER, Propriktor. 

The above house having receiiti> been opened 
and thoroughly renovated and refurnished, the 
Proprietor would respectfully solicit a share ol 
the public patronage. jK^^Good Stabling and 
careful Hostlers in attendance. jylO-if 



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OR SALE. 



100 acres in Rose town, adjoining the school 
section, the following described laud : N. W. V 
section 21, town ".'?, Range 2.!; about fifty acres 
under cultivation, some improvement, all fenced, 
and a good well on the premises. Will be sold in 
a body or in lots of forty or eighty acres, one- 
fourth cash, the balance in three yea'ly payments, 
at seven iK>r cent. i>er annum. Title perfect; 
posse.ssion given after harvest. 

Also: The undivided N. ■. of N. E. '4 of sec- 
tion -8, To*n J'.t, Range 2'?, on the road to Lake 
Johannah, about three miles from St. Paul. 

Enquire of J.P.THOMPSON, 

At Nichols, Dean & Co. 
Juh-a-dlra. 



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DEEDS 



THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest and best form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legislature, and iu conformity 
with all their requi.^itions, and is prepared uy .ae 
State authorities 
Price 50 cents per dozen, or >.1 per hundred. 



/CARPETS. 

STUOXti'S CARPET HALL, 

225 Third Street, Rogers' Block 

Whore will be found a large assortment of 

Carpets,Oil Cloths, Mattings, 

CURTAIN AND SHADE MATERIALS, 

MATTRESSKS, FKATHEf-'^. MWl-L FAPKI;, &r., ftC 

New Goods constantly arriving and sold as 

low as the lowest. 
Upnoi.STEnixa noxr to onnEif. 

marl2-1v R. O. 1«TR01V«. 



AT 



VERY LOAV PRITES, 



AT 



BROAD ACRES! 

«ttO ACRES of land from .1 to 1,' miles oi 

ST. PAUL, will be sold iu tracts of 40 acres. SO, 

120, 160 and 240, The soil is a rich loam, with 

tcood and tenter. Terms part cash, and the bal- 

anci>, if desired, on long time. 

HENRY McKENTV. 

Dealer in Eeal Estate. 
St. Paul, Juno «. laW.— d&wf.m. 

TTATCirS BATTALION! 
RECRUITS ^VAISTTKL). 

TRANSPORTATION AND HOARD 
WILL BE PAID. 

The men will l>e enlisted for] three jeers or 
during the Indian War on our Irontier. This 
enlistment avoids the draft, which should be a 
great inducement to those subject to the same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLIN. 

Corner of Seventh and .lackson-sts.. 

je25-tf St. Paul. 

■pALMEirS PURE VINEGAR. 

We would inform our old patrons and ilie jHib- 
licgenerallv, tliat we are again at our i>ld stand 
on Sibley-.st , manufacturing the above celebrated 
Vinegar. We are pn'par»'d to furnish the trade 
with the tv »•»//».</ quality of Vinegar, at prices 
as low as caii N' bought in this or any other mar- 
ket. Orders fW>m the country will receive prompt 
attention. 

jyl.»..{,u C. C. LEWre & CO. 




RILPATRICR'S. 



St. Paul. Jan* ^ IMS. 



DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 
DENTAL ROOMS IN 

^^'"inslo'v*' House, 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M. Tt) 5 P. M. 
je4-Cm St. Aatban.T. niin. 

Tirr A N T E I) , 

Old Rifles. Revolvers, and Donble-Barrelled 
Shot Guns, for which we will pay the highest 
price in cash, if brought to us within a few davs. 
H. E. BAKER & CO., 

Auctioneers, 
Third-at., vooond door from th« Merchants* 
jy2S Hotel, St. Paul. 



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VOJLIJMIC 111. 



S^VINT PiS.UL, SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1803. 



SUf c^aint ^>ul ^xt$i^. 



StMtWMMd Cuite*! »<Mt«s OlHciMl l*Mp4>r 



TUB COPPKIIUBAO COATMPX- 
IftAC'Y. 

The New York HVr/t/. the organ of 
Gov. Seymour, is graduully unfolding the 
dftail- of till' wiikt'd tonspirary wIucIj has 
btMMi 8t' t on foot iu that State lor prevent- 
mg the oxwution of the Conscription 
Law ; or in otht.T words, preventinj; tlie 
ri'iiifon*nunt of our annios and thiisen- 

I auring the suectss of the Southeni re- 

vnKXKlWf*. I hellion. "There ia a beliif," it aays. 

There seems no reason to doubt that ' " among the well informed tJiat the 

Meade is in a fair way to repair the blun- | Conscription Law is unconstitutional." 

dor of Kalliii^i NVatiTS. and aihieve a ile- 



•^ This pai>or lia!« a larRor Hally.Til-WeoHjr 
tud Wi'i'kSy c I'c-iihitiou tliuu any otUor In Miniio- 
Ota, ami tliorpfoiv prc,-t>»nti iiulucomout!< to a«l- 
rcrtiinr:) wUlcli they wUi nut tlud olaewhore. 



SAINT P.\UL StND.W, JULY 26. 



eisive sucoesi over the rebel army, lie 
has eviden'ly been making good use ot 
his time. Wiiilc the papers have .«iup- 



When any man is taken under the draft 
for military service, a ?ial>eas coi'piiJt is to 
be issued by Jud^e McCunn, or some 
other infamous scoundrel. He will of 



posed him h ing idle, he hjis been in rapid ' course decide the conscription law uncon- 
pursiiit ot the enemy— has encountered 
him at Manassas Gap, and will intercept 
him at Tborton's Gap, if he attempts to 
cross there. 

Kibcl advices report a serious repulse 
ot our forces on the iMth. in a series of 
desperate assaults on Fort Wagner, but 
it is probably exaggerated. Beauregard's 
bulletins are proverbially gaseous. 

» » ♦ « ♦ 

A.'V.lLY.i*!* or TIIK ^EW VOIII4 



stitutional — as he would the Ten Com- 
mandments — and here is the rest of th«? 
revolutionary scheme : 

If tlic Fcileral Covcnnucnt il rccts iu ofll- 
ces to tl sul>ov t!iP process of the courts of 
New York autl enforces tbeir ilisolx-d cncc, it 
simi'lv makes war upon tlic State of New 
York." What the State of N.>w York will ilu 
ill such a emit nj^cncy, liow it will meet rcvf>- 
lut On, it is iinnocessary now to sav . Wliat- 
cver .t doi's, whether in the way of resistance 
or rcmouatiaucc, w.ll be donoVa'm'y, coi>!y, 
with the d u'n.ty Itctitt m,' the Kmp re Stale, 
anil witli the power wh ch its contributions of 
millions of treasure niui two Inindred rojti- 
mcnts to the war hsnc not impaired. 

The riot in New was the premature 
outbreak of this infernal plot, the design 
of which is to array the State of New 
York In amietl revolution against the Fed- 
eral Government — fdl the whole Xortli 
with the havoc and blood of civil war — 
arrest the triumphant niareh of our ar- 

..n.. ? N.nr York has not 1... ti.nu a luuuhvd ini'=i-«»Hke the suppression of the rebel- 
"thoisand o tiieni. illvidod iiiun: won eu of ih'< ||q„ iniDosfiMo — make the destruction of 
town, ,'>t,wi«: t!u"vc.t,:iii,i»"); outUwsuf ttll ottxr I .',,.. . ,, , 1/ , 

kinds, lOiKH): adveutunri roadv for any Wmi.c- | the lUpulllC inevitable, and engulf the 
wind, •.'.'S,CH;(i; u.rsons wltiiout any im>;4iis of ;:i't- . , < , f .1 • • 1. 4- • . .u 

tiiigHli.inir. ;5,i-": or p-.Tha-.s tiu\T i.d;thr be vliolc future of this mighty nation in the 
OiUiTdivid d intliefollo.viiifjiuaiuur: r.fiii.'ef 1 J .i,.„^ „„,! „.:„ rf etem.nl 

KuroiH-. oo-m: sweepings i-f •h- iV-.' >tat.'*. ^o-ircin an. I luao.s .ina nun ti citni.ni 
2i).iX"': dr!in*oi)d from tiiK- .Such. '>,0<><.'; original ' 
X'roiiucts of .> ew York vloi? aud crime, 5,Ck.";'. 



iKior. 

Says the rhiladelphia Xoith Aiinrican, 

of the New York rioters : 

Thpy lutvp exhausted the patience anJ the tem- 
per i'f ov»Ty irov.'innie t iind'T wtiic-h tliey h!i>!< 
t*^ »>r livtd. >l;iiig'. ter !■* tlio t)uiiarei« fjr lh»'ir 
aiiiiK'-uts. riifv U>'»pi-i' \v trk. Tli«*> pn'ft-r 
c ime. Th •> will aot allow otlu'r!" to inn^n.tlifir 
la vii! !i\ooailoii.-t. I'hi-y urc u-eh>» inr holdifi t. 
If en isti'd ttu'v art> »ur.' to d.*ort, or s'kiilk In 
l).i tic. \Vh:it »".ir- tle>y for >f »nourN pr tlania 
tioQ. orthe loa.lers of iln' ll'orlii aud the /. • 

" d 



Auu they are all Democrats of the 
Copperhead stript*. all allies of the South- 
ern rebels, all "friends" of Gov. Soy- j 
niour, all of thetn who can read subscriberB 1 
to ilio Herald and y>cvs, aud the whole 



civil war between petty rival confede 

racies — the terror of each other — and the 

horror and contempt of tho civilize<l 

world. 

— . — ♦ . ♦ »^ 

.4Ki I!V»1WK VIE««' or TIIBItKISffK 

or vicMMB«'n<«. 



system of Pemocratic politics in New j «^ *>">• ^''^''^'^^ P'^S" ^'^ P"''l'=''^ ^^^ f»' 



York is prostituted to the level of their 

vIciou> lusts and svmnathios. 

It is t]\:.-> foul aubstr.xtum cf crime .vul 



tho lao.st complete and interesting inside 
history ol the a'ege of Vicksburg, from 
tho rebel point of view, which has yet 



vice, this slinking ooze ai>d excrement of l'"'" P'^^'" ^^ t»»^ P^^^^'^' »° »">' i»^"''"»l- 
the subterranean sewers of New York, i It consists ofadiaiy of the incidents of 
fromwliich springs tho reptile .pawn of t'>c Mcge, from its oommcnwment to its 



its Coppei'iead politician,-, which gives 
birth to such monstrous demagoguen as 
Fernando and Ben Wood, and is the 
source of all their inthience and power. 
It IS to this foreign lazzaroni that Now 
York is indebted for the desecration of 
tho Judicial Bench by tuch Judgco as 
McCuun and Baniard, and for tho degra- 
dation of tho Trcea by such ncwbpapors 
M the Herald, tne Express, tbo baihj 
Neicj, and the World, though the latter 
journal has one face towards Five Points 
and the other towards Filth Avenue, and 
achii-'vcs the miracle of pandering at once 
to the propert'bt tastes of the cotion aris- 
tocracy, and to the most hideous vices of 
the canaille. Thc^o hundred thousand 
scoundrels and thieves of New York not 
only vote the Democratic ticket, but con- 
trol and direct the whole tendencies of 
the party. All its { latform aud policies 
are moulded to their fierce and vicious 
will. Demo ratiu anibition, in that State 
at lea.st, has no other path to power but 
to dive in all over through the nasty gut- 
ters of this Metropolitan Inferno. Even 
Seymour, the ablest man of the party, 
cannot escape the chains of his partizan 
alliance with this potential element of 
outl.iwry, and when called upon, as a 
magistrate, to confront it with powder and 
ball, sinks, as a politician, trembling and 
grovelling, at its feet, to propitiate it with 
assurances of his favor and |-rotection. 

There then is the secret of the heart- 
lessness, the immorality, the cowardice, 
the utter want of patriotism on the part 
of the Democratic leaders of New York. 

Democracy is pur(! mobocracy. Its al- 
liance with the .South gave it, with power 
and place, the dignity of a political pur- 
pose, the inspiration of an aim. The re- 
volt of the South deprives it of both. 
And it seeks revenge for the loss of pow- 
er and purpose in universal anarchy. 

♦«♦«■♦ 

REIBEI. nEJOICI.lf t« over TllCIlt 
CiUEAVEMT VICTOItV. 

While the iVorld and other Coppei*- 
head journals are denying with a vehe- 
mence proportioned to their ron.scious- 
ness of guilt, that the recent riots in New 
York were in.stigated by them in the 
interest of the Rebellion, the Southern 
organs of that Rebellion are hailing the 
New York outbreak with shouts of exul- 
tation, as a direct and designed diversion 
in favor of the rebel cause. 

Elsowhcire we give some extracts from 
Richmond papers, with the comments of 
the Evening Post. And here wc beg our 
readers to mark, that the rejoicing of the 
rebels is not over the outbreak per sc, 
hut precisely over that contemplated 
result of the outbreak which Gov. Sey- 
mour proTised "his friends," the mob, 
he would bring about — a promise which 
the PTorWand other Copperhead journals 
express a fierce determination to fulfil, 
even at the cost of civil war, to wit — 

Thai the Conscription cannot be, and 
shall not be enforced ! 

That is what the rebels are rejoicing 
over — as over the decisive and final vic- 
tory of the Rebellion — as over the final 
recognition and consummation of their 
independence, and the eternal ruin, dis- 
memberment and disgrace of the nation. 
Their triumph will be short. The draft 
will be enforced for all the Seymours and 
iVorlds and Jeff. Davises and Richmond 
oiinquircrs that the devil can count in hi$ 
a.Aoded legionj of predestined damned. 



termination, kept by an iutelligent rebel 
soldier. 

For this valuable document wo aro in- 
debted to Dr. John 11. ]Murphy of Min- 
neapolis, Surgeon of the Fourth regi- 
ment, who returned borne day before 
yesterday. 

'1 ho diary shows how persistently the 
courage aud hopes of tho rebel soldiers 
we-.« t«u with fat(*.bof>d :;ft«r falsehood, 
day after day, about Federal def^'ats and 
the coining of Johnston to raise the 
siege — how their meagre original supply 
of half rations gradually tapered down 
to the starvation point, and how their 
hopes cf relief gradually waned in even 
pace with the diminishing supply of food, 
till the grand catastrophe came and the 
half starved "rebs" celebrated the anniver- 
sary of the national imlependence by sur- 
rendering all hopes of securing that of 
their wretched confederacy. 

With the exception of the statement 
that on May 2Gth the rebels captured 112 
prisoners — which is not true — Dr. Mur- 
phy believes the account to be substan- 
tially correct. 

» » ♦ « ♦ 

co:vAcnii>Tio.\ at the mouth 

Llsewhere will be found the Proclama- 
tion of Jeff. Davis, calling out all citizens 
of the "Confederacy" between 18 and 45 
capable of bearing arms. This universal 
Conscription, which rakes up with a fine- 
tooth comb the whole remnant of the 
Southern population in a last effort of 
despair, will be enforced, like all previous 
ones, at the point of the bayonet, and 
every conscript hunted down by dragoons 
with drawn sabres. 

Our Conscription takes about one m 

fifty of the population. If the friends of 

Jeff. Davis don't like the proportion, 

they had better go .South and see how 

they like the way they do it there. 

> » ♦ » ♦ 

fa:vcy nuH i>HEELi:vfi. 

About a week ago John Bull's gleeful 
anticipations of the capture of Washing- 
ton received a sudden shock by the an- 
nouncement, under the signature of the 
great Renter, that Lee had been knocked 
into a cocked hat. Three d.ays later, 
while John was recovering from the shock, 
came the terrible news of the surrender 
of ^'i«!ksburg, the hub of the rebel wheel. 
.\nd probably to-dav, while tho old fel- 
low was senseless from this blow, ho has 
received another right in his eye in the 
news that Port Hudson had surrendered. 
Poor old John ! Fancy his " pheelins !" 
Think of Spence and Lindsay, and all 
tho poor wretches who have sold their 
souls to the southern devil and taken their 
pay in confederate bonds. 



nCPOIITEn FLKWHT or I.IT- 
TLE CROVt'. 

A report from Capt. Fisk's expedition, 
which is now with or near Gen. Sibley, 
slates that positive information has been 
received of the complete diccorafiture of 
Little Crow. All his chiefs have deserted 
him, and a large number of his warriors, 
so that he now has but sixty followers, 
and has precipitately fled with them to 
the Yellowstone river in Dakota, beyond 
the Missouri. 1 he other chiefs are await- 
ing an opportunity to surrender them- 
selves and their warriors. Wo are pro- 
mised full particulars by the next mail. 
■ » « ♦ I » 

Thk Union Congressional Convention 
in the third district ef Vermont has re- 
nominated Portiu Baxter, the present 
Beproflentativc . 



TUB I.ATK PHK.'VO.tlBIVOX OF 
rUOMT. 

To the Kdltor of tho St. I'aul I'reu : 

A killing frost In the middle of July, and 
within a few hours of lutensest summer heat, 
ranglnjc frjm HO t j 91 degrees, perhaps never 
occurred In the United States, till recently in 
some parts of Minnesota, doing considerable 
Injury on low grounds to corn, i>o?jUoc« and 
gardens. If not umlcrsrood, sucli a f.ict may 
be unfavorable to the ieputalit)ii of our .State. 

The wind blew up fre h and cold from the 
north aud north-west, but this alone wouM 
have caused no such result. The wind brought 
dowu with It an iiuiueusc amount of s 1 okc 
from the bunilug prairies toward Lake Supe- 
ri.>r. It was o diuse «niu handivd to one hun- 
dred aud lif.y miles fioui Its scnrce, that ob 
jjcis were scuicely visible at a few rods' dls- 
Unce, The suu for a d.iy or two was hardl.x 
viable, sometimes not at all. It was \lrtually 
eclipsed, and the teiiipcrature suddenly lell to 
the frcezlnjf point. It was no a clma'ic cf- 
tect at all, but dimply the ivsult of sohur ob- 
servation by iiieau:. of sinokc. It mifjlit have 
scured elsewhere as well as licre, with the 
same rcinoikable causes in operation— causes 
which mii;ht not co-exist once Iu a ceutuiy. 

W. 

W. is certainly in error in suppo»ing 
frost in the middle of July to be an un- 
prece(h;nted occurrence in the Unitid 
States. In l«.')l>, killing frosts occurred 
in Ohio tluriug every month of summer — 
July included. Nor are we inclined to 
accept W."s e.vplanation of a phenomenon 
which certainly never was known before 
in Minnesota, at least within the memo- 
rj" of the " oldest inhabitant." 

We are much more dispojcd to regard 
the frost as an indirect consequence^ ol 
the pi olonged drouth — also without pre- 
cedent in our meteorological annals — with 
which the country has been afllicted. 

The excessive dryness of the air, and 
the absence of clouds favored that rapid 
radiation from tho surface, which, in a 
sudden fall of temperature, leadily pro- 
duces frost. 

Add to this the general feebleness and 

ficklinet-s of vegetation from the long 
absence of rain, and tho want of that 
vital vigor, which ordinarily characterize 
the growth of a Minnesota summer, and 
enables it to olTer an effectual resistance 
to atmospheric changes, and we have a 
toler.ably rational explanation of the kill- 
ing frost referred to by our correspondent 
without pressing a "solar obscuration" 
into the service. Just so lar as the thick 
canopy of sinokc referred to would have 
the effect to intercept the sun's rays 
downward it would intercept them up- 
ward, and thus by chucking the radiation 
from the surface of tho earth, prevent, 
instead of producing frost. 

irUAT A I.OTA1. nKnOCXlATIC' 

jot:u:vAL TULMiiH or XHK 
ncvr VORI4 :moB a.v» €iO%. 
AEY.norn. 

AVe taKe the following extract from an 
articlo in the Chicago Post^a. loyal Dem- 
ocratic paper — which during the recent 
New York mo'o has shown itself to be 
the sincere friend of law and order. The 
article is under tho head of — 

HEVKIIKNCI! KOU LAW. 

Tlic only security of a free govemm'^nt is a 
wide-spread and tlioroufrh reverenci' t>r law 
on the part of the people. In fact the only 
securitv fur any people must be reM)ecr f r 
some of tlic ailjunc s of ih? law. Wh ro the 
I'Coplc lire intelligent and cduc ted, 1 his rev- 
erence is paid to the law itself, as tha. whieh 
makes life and prope ty secure. Where the 
people iuc not iutcllisjcnt, the rcviriui-c is 
called forth by the power of th» law to puni.-b 
those who violate its provisions. 
• ••**«* 

When a mob, composed nlmo«t entirely of 
those wh ) are destitute of sulllci ut Intelli 
g'uce to apprcciite the bcncfit.4 of law. or i.( 
those who arc by reason of their criincd sub- 
jcet to its severest jiennlfes, a-sscinbles in 
o|)en dctiancc of order and the 1 iws, th' n 
those to whom the i)reservation of order be- 
longs arc bound to assert the majesty of the 
law in such a way as shall strike fear into the 
hearts of the lawless. Such demonstra- 
tions deniatid from the law a tremen- 
dous and bloody vindication of its 
unsullied majesty. The sh >w of mcrcv, the 
att -mpt to caj )le and coinpr jmlsc with riu ers, 
only adds fuel to the flam:-s. Weakness, nnd 
vacillation, and del ly, are as unjust 10 the 
rioters who are ijrn >rant and mls;<nlded, as it 
Is dam.iKiu.t to law and order. Venpeance, 
stern, swift and terrible, is the only merciful as 
well as the only just means to employ. Had 
thcwcik and kind-hearted Louis XVI. but 
used promptly aud stcnily the means in his 
power, how much of blood and ti^rror ini>;lit 
have been spared to France. Had the gov- 
ernment of London been less dilatory in the 
times of " rios of the '80," what a vast amount 
of property might h ive been spared and how 
maiinv Innocent lives. 

Had the chief magistrate of .Vcip York ex- 
erted power, rather than attempted persuasion, 
how much more easily might the riot hare been 
put down. " Grape, and plenty of it," should 
V thejirst order to those whose duty it is to put 
down a riut ; for this is one of the cases where 
the only true wait to sore life is to kill. 

*■ • ' « *, • • * 

The only possible appeal to such men is 
addressed to their fears, and when tho o Reals 
adtlress these fiends inearna'c as the r friends, 
thei/ do that which thr.ij hnrc no riijht to do, 
and are recreant in tHcir dut'/ t:)w:ird thos(' 
whom thev should protect from the conse- 
(|Uencos of their own i^'norancc and the evil 
tcachimcs to wliieh tliry have listened, as well 
ns faithless toward the law, whose majesty they 
are sworn to assert, and whose di>;nitj- it is 
their business to vindic ite. 

We lieliovc th it thi" authuri 1"8 mean to as- 
sert the supreniacv of the I iw.hiit surely they 
made a K^eat mistake in their addresse- to the 
rioter.^ when they .>liowcd any symptoms of 
concession to their demand. "We must have 
tho full and rijrid enforcement of tho law, or 
tho result will Jx; that worst of all tyrannies — 
anarciiy. 

Thkuk have been seventy-six inquests 
held in Now York on the bodies of vic- 
tims of the Lite riot. Of these thirty- 
eight were natives of Ireland, eleven of 
New York, nine of Germany, one of 
Connecticut, one of England, one of Den- 
mark, five were negroes, and eleven were 
unknown. Nearly all but the negroes 
wore rioters. 

— Tho New York Commercial Jdver. 
User relates tho following beautiful inci- 
dent : 

A peut!cman of th's city, whi'c on h's way 
down to business th « mom ng noticed, a little 
in advance of him on Broadway, near St. 
Paul's Chnreh, an aged ne^ro woman, tj.irc- 
hcadcd and very uoorly ciad. As hhc pas.sed 
tho churchyard she saw a wounded soldier, 
apparently an Irishman, sitting near the fence, 
with bio hand cxti nded, asking alms of the 
passers by. Tlie poor o!d woman paused, 
thrust her band into lier pocket and drew out 
» few pennies, which she hauded to the 
wounded man. What a coinmeotarv is fur- 
n shod by an Incident like this ou the' late out- 
rages on colored people m this city. 



IHlIVSrBSOTA XVBn*. 

The following paragraphs are from the 
Boston Saturday Evening Express, from 
the pen, we presume, of our friond 
Ossian E. Dodge, who u a regular con- 
tributor to that paper: 

MiwTSOTA LooKixo TJpl-rBvtho Indomi- 
tib'e cner.ry of tho MiDnesotans, backed l>y 
the Oovcnmicnt, nearly a'l of tiie Wmnehago 
and Sioux Indians have beea removed from 
that StiUc, and linin grat'oa in once more 
MOnr ng In'o tliat healthful and vigorous 
farming c lun ry by thousands. 

The corrcRponJent of the seecsh Chicago 
Times tr es to get up another Indian scare to 
induce iinini.irants to stop in Illiuo s; but iho 
St. Paul Press d sposcd of the scare and tlie 
conespondcnt in a wav that made the Tatbers 
tly. No more Ind an troubles need be antici- 
pjitcd in M.nnoso'a. 

MivxF.soTA R\iLnn.\D».— A corrHSi>ondent 
of one of our da'ly papers — in speak ng of 
M imcsota Ralroads — says: "They are all 
only talked of as yet, but some of tliein will 
proliaMy ho in operation wfthin the coming 
year," 

If the wriior had been well posted on Min- 
nesota items- lie would hare known that ilie 
St Paul and Ptuijic Rail Road had l>ocn in 
constant oiicration between St. Paul aud St. 
Anthonv for more than a v^r; and that thro' 
the a -tivo energies of Kdmund Rice, Piesi- 
dcnt of the road, it is now being pushed ou to 
St. Cloud (Piglity miles) witli unab.atcd vigor, 
aud will be completed as above by the first of 
next September. 

It will ilien be pushed on without delay the 
f«llf>\vlug sea^^n to Crow Wing, and from 
thence to the Red Rf^'.r of the North near 
Oeorgotown. 

The Lake Superior Railroad will be com- 
menced next fall, and will extend across the 
country Jium Ijikc Sup»>rior to the St. Paul 
und Pacific Railroad, intercepting it at St. 
Cloud, one of the lirest and most beautiful 
towns iu .Vmerica. 

♦ « ♦ ■ » 

— At the draft in Boston, both of Ed- 
w.'>rd Everett's sons were drafted and are 
going to servo in person. The father 
says th.it he should do the same if draft- 
ed, preferring to do so rather tlian to fur- 
nish a substitute or pa^ 1*300. 

— A valuable bnt aged dog in San 
Francisco has been prcvidcd with a costly 
sot ol false teeth by h's doting owners. 

— One of our earnest chaplains is said 

to have made a prayer somewhat after the 

following style, invoking the wrath ol 

God upon traitors : 

" O ! God, wouldFt Tton raose earthquakes 
to fhakc tht ni ; simoons 10 scorch them ; vol- 
eanocf' to pour out ili" r bum'ng fountains 
upon them ; Egyptian dn^kness to blind them, 
and nil the host of Eg>ptan plagues to tor- 
ment tb'iiT. .\nd, O: Ixird, wouldst Thou 
cause ihat tomnie to cleave to the roof of the 
luoiitb that plots, andthttarm to be paralystd 
that executed treason. (Jvertum all tbrir 
wick.vl and treasonrfblo Ic^ipns, and, in brief, 
play hell tcith th<-m gtnc ally." 

— Salem, Mass., .has six Protestant 
clergymen liable to be drafted, and tho 
revolutions have traneformed them all 
into soldiers. Worcester, Mass., haa 
six 6tudenta freshly graduated from Har- 
vard University, C'^nn., and the draft 
takes thorn all. In Hartfort, Conn., live 
throe brothers — John, Hugh and Thomas 
Riley— «nd each ha« drawn a prize in 
the lotterj' of consc; vion. 

A Boston paper says ; 

Mr. Ephralm S. Fletcher, of Whltlnsville, 
Maxs., had four sons at tbo war, lo company 
H, Fifteen b reg ment, under Colonel Ward. 
One of the sons had a ball shot In'o one of his 
knees at Rail's Bluff, where ft still remains. 
Another son was shot in thn he id and in- 
stantly ki"cd a* the b'ttle f'f An ie'am. He 
was a ?=ergcant in his company at the time of 
his death. The th rd son, eighteen years of 
age, was killed be a sh -11 in the third d-iv's 
'ight before rjcttysbn-g. In the same battle, 
the fourth son, Lieutenant s. J. Fletcher, was 
wounded. He was strick In tho side of the 
bead, near the ea-, the ball p.asf-ing c >mpletelv 
thr 11 b his hca 1, and yet he was not kl led. 
Had the ball entered one quarter (f an in;h 
higher or lower instant death would have 
ensued. 

♦ « ♦ « » 

npbrl nr«>Md of Ci«n. Cillntore. 

The Yankees 1 ave a great opinion of 
General (iilinore, who is now in command 
of the forces that are engaged against 
Charleston. 

//« IS- considered a very dangerous man 
whei'e forts or other tcorks are to be r<- 
diiced by artillery. He is a native of 
nbio, and, in 1844, graduateil at West 
Point at the head of his class For a 
vear or two after his graduation he was a 
Professor of that institution. Subswpient- 
ly he was assigned to the duty of experi- 
menting u[)on the power of projectiles up- 
on earth, wood and eartiiworks, and spent 
several years iu this dutv, acquiring in 
'hat lime more experience and knowledge 
on this subject than any man in this coun- 
try. 'J'he more perfectly to record tho 
r.'siilt of his experience he took photo- 
graphs of the ifiect of every shot fired. 
At Fort Pulaski, he, for the hrst time, 
brought his skill to the test of actual ex- 
perience. Pulaski was considered next to 
Sumter in inijjregnability. Uilmore. get- 
ting his guns to within six hundred yards, 
knocked it lo pieces as he might have done 
a house of cards. 



» * ♦ « ♦ 



An Incident. 

We are advised of a bit of news from 
John Morgan that gives us a better opin- 
ion than we ever entertained of a rebel, 
.fust as he left Miamiville, en route for 
Dangerous Crossings, on the Little Mi- 
ami Railroad, he encountered a man with 
six hne horses, purchased for our govern- 
ment service. Morgan demanded at 
once, the six sleek chargers. The own- 
er, in a good humor, said he thought he 
might divide and only take half. Morgan 
repbe^l that he would, and just as the 
horses were handed over, the owner felt 
so good over his luck with John, that ho 
communicated to him some sip^s and 
grips of tho Golden Circle, of which he 
was a member. 

At this Morgan became enraged, and 
swore ho was a Confederate officer, but 
nevertheless he hated " butternut " signs 
worse than h — 11, and at once took all six 
of the poor fool's horses, and lefl him to 
grumble and swear. — ZanesvilU Conner. 



IVI -A. R K 1 K I> . 

In this dty .luly 22d. 1863. by llanry M. Dodge, 
E«q., KObERT R4LFAR, of KIbl«y County, 
and BIr». CATHARINE BENEKEN, of feaint 
Paul- 

1 n thli citr, July 35th, VHM, by Henry M. Dodge, 
E-<1.. Mr. JOUN 8ACB8 to Mts* 3IINNIE 
S.MITU, both uf UcDDepio County, Ulnneaota. 

At J^t. Pettr'i CTiurcb, 8hakop?*>, fenturday, 
July ibWx, 1803, by Rev. E. P. Gray .Mr. GEO. D. 
EDDY, of St Paul.lo Mist MARY J. HALL, of 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 

a^ iuilainazoo paper* pleMc copy. 

DIED. 

«n Friday, .Inly i\, at St. Anthony, HORATIO 
BATES, aged about •» years. 

Tho funeral gertnon will be preached by Rev. 
Beth Barnes, at the UniTeraalUt Church, Sanday, 
^ tl)« 2dti), at 3 o'otook r. m. Friends ar« respect- 
fUly iQTl.ed to aM«od 



LATEST NEWS, 

J^y Teleg-rapU. 

GEN. BANKS' OFnClAL RE- 
PORT. 



Over S,C500 Frison- 
GT'ai taken. 



REBEL REPORT OF THE 
STRUGGLE FOR CHAR- 
LESTON. 



TWE¥ CLAIM TO HAVE RE- 
PI LSED IS Oi\ THE I8TH. 

II>espei*a.te Figliting- 
Still GJ^oing^ On. 



LEE HAS BEEN GATHER- 
ING CROPS. 

He is IVow Boixnd. Tor 
!Rich iiiond* 



ROEBUCK WITHDRAWS HIS 
RECOftMTION RESO- 
LUTION. 

Official Report of 
A.dmiral I?oi*ter. 



IMPORTANT AND SUC- 
CESSFUL MOVEMENTS 
IN THE RED RIVER 
REGION. 



AFTERNOON REPORT. 



wmom TBE ARnY or the po. 

TOJIAC. 

The oppovlng' arml*'* moving rapidly 
Mouthwurd.— nende haa secured an 
■dvantag-eooa poaUlon.— Rebels In 
force at I'ront Royal.— A decisive 
battle ininUncnt near Tborton's Oap. 

Wasuinoton, July 21. 

It is an erroneous impression that the 
federal or rebel army haa recrossed the 
Potomac into Maryland, or that either of 
them is at rest. They are both moving 
rapidly southward. Gen. Meade's army 
has attained already ati advantageous po- 
sition antl will f(>reo J.ee to a deci-ive 
battle north of the Happahaniio<k river, 
(len Meatie has probably cut the line of 
Lee's supplies. 

Direct ;*omuiunicat:on between Wash 
ingioii and ileud Quarters Aruiy i'oto- 
uiachas been opened. 

HEADQCAItTEUa AkMY OF POTOSIAC, 

July 25. 

The rebels were in Ibrce yesterdry near 
I'ront Koyal. We drovo their cavalry 
from Manasisas Gap about huiiset. It is 
believed the rebels intend to cro.ss the 
Blue Kidge at Chester or Tborton's G.ip. 
Tuey will meet obsta<-les at the lafter. 

FRO.n :«EYV on&,i:A:vA. 

Oauka there, but erolnir to take the 
Field at once -Rebels falling- bach 
la ^festern E<oul*iana— A Rlock^de 
Runner Captured. 

New York, July 23. 

The steamer Columbia arrived Irom 
New Orleans to-day. 

Gens. Sherman aud Shepley came pas- 
senfjers. 

New Orleans correspondence per 
steamer Cromwell reports the arrival oi 
the rebel Gen. Gardener. 

Banks was in the city, but intended to 
take the field immediately, west of the 
Mississippi. 

The rebels are reported to have 16,000 
men between Donaldsonville and Brazos 
city. This is not confirmed. 

The rebels are known to be falling 
back. No resistance is expected this 
side of Bayou Bouef. Four gunboats act 
in con:ert with the array. They may 
abandon Brazos City and fall back behind 
the Atchafalaya. 

New York, July 25. 

The offices of mditary Governor and 
Secretary of Arkansas have been abol- 
ished. 

A Mobile letter reports the capture of 
the steamer Kate Dale of Mobile, with 
700 bales of cotton. 



Russia Assents to th« A nsrlo-French 
Terms in Favor of Poland— C-reat 
Ans.l«-ty to liearn the Aeanit at tiiet- 
t^sbursT— Hpala Does IVot Intend to 
RecoKrnIxe the Confederacy- — The 
Tliree Powers Mnubbe.1 bj" Poland— 
The Tines Anxious About Xentrals. 

C.vrB Rach, July 24. 

The Scotia, from Liverpool tho I8th 
and Queenstown the 19th, was boarded 
oflF hero and one week's later dates ob- 
tained. 

Tho Russian reply on the Polish ques- 
tion has been received and is believed to 
assent to tho six points named by Eng- 
land, France aud Austria, but proposes 
an amnesty instead ot an armistice. 

Great anxiety existed to learn the re- 
sults ol the battle between Meade and 
Lee. English papers piaise the Union 
troops. The Times don't sec tho ground 
for Lincoln's hopeful anticipations, and 
says the principal strugglo is to coroe — 
looking at Vicksburg and Port Hudson. 

Cotton and breadstuQs firmer ; wheat 
Id to 2d better. Com 8d better. 
-. Madrid, IGth. — The assertions of the 
Spanish journals that Spain intends to 
recoguire the Southern Confederacy are 
utterly false. Spain will wait the initia- 
tive of England aud France. 

The Polish National Government has 
refused to agree to six poitits of tho 
three powers, and will issue a manifesto 
to the people. 

The Timee drawa attention to the ar- 



rest ol an Eu^Ii.shtnan in the United 
states and seizure of bills held by him 
on Scraeder & Co., nc<rotiators of con- 
iederatti loans. It nays a guarantee 
should be obtainc<l for the safety of the 
property of neutrals. 

FRO.n CMARLEATOIV. 

ilfatters Prou-ressing- Favorablj— Cos* 
fldence of Mnc-cess- 

Washikoton, July 24. 
[Sp^ial tf> the Tribune'] — Advices from 
F«)n Monroe up to tiii.H evening, state 
that no dt-iitiiieor trustworthy intelligence 
ha.-4 bei n iccfivi d at that pla< e as to ope- 
rations at Chirleston. An officer recent- 
ly returned from the Meet ofi" Charle.ston 
nports, at the time of bis leaving matters 
wi-re progre.ssing iavorably. Something 
was gaine<l each day, and the reduction 
<il Forts Wagi.er and Sumter was con- 
.sidcred certain The greatest confidence 
Is felt in the plans and movemenis of 
Gen. Gihnore and Admiral Dahlgreen, 
and the ultimate capture of Charleston. 

EVENING REPORT. 



FROM I.Oi:iSIA]VA. 

Admiral Porter's Report- -Movements 
In the Red River Region— Rebel 
iiteamers Captured — Supplies Cut 
Olf— 4(MHntitj of Ammunition RIs- 
coverefl — Hoatility lotheUnloni 

Washi.votox, July 23. 
The following was received at the Navy 
Department this morning: 

Flao Suit Black Hawk, off VicKSBfRO, ) 
July 18th 1863. ^ 

Sir: I have the honor to infoni. vou 
that the expedition I sent into the ked 
River region proved very successful, as- 
cending the Black and Tensas Rivers. 
Lieut. Commander Selfridge made the 
head of navigation of Tensas River and 
Bayou Mason, 40 miles above Vicksburg, 
and within Bvc or si.x miles of the Missis- 
sippi River. The enemy were taken 
completely by surprise. The rebels that 
have ascended to that region will be 
obliged to move further back from tho 
River, if not go away altogether. 

Lieut. Commander Selfridge divided 
his forces on transports which had been 
carrying stores to Walker's army. He 
has escaped up some narrow stream. 
He sent the Monitor and Rattler up Lit- 
tle Red River, a small tributarj- of the 
Black River, and the Forest Rote aud 
Petrel Uj) the Tensab. Tho night was 
dark and it was raining ver}' hard. The 
Monitor and Rattler succeeded in cap- 
turing the rebel steamer Louisville, one 
of the largest, and perhaps tho best 
steamers in the western waters. Up the 
Tensas, tho Forest Rose and Petrel cap- 
turc<l the steamer Elmiru, loaded with 
rebel army stores. 

Finding that the steamers which had 
conveyed Gen. Walker's army had re- 
turned up tho Washita, the expedition 
started up that river and came suddenly 
upon two rebel ."teamors, but the rebels 
set them on lire and they were consumed. 
One steamer, loaded with ammunition, 
e^'caped above the Fort at Harrisonburg, 
which is a verj- strong work and unas- 
fcailable with wooden gun boat«. It is 
•n an elevation over ItX) feet high, and 
has water batteries of heavy guns. 

Lieut. Selfridge was fortunate enough, 
however, to hear of a large quantity of 
ammunition that had lately been hauled 
from Natchez and fleposited at Trinity, 
nearly due west of Nat«hez, from whence 
stons, provisions, cattle, gun-^, and atn- 
inunition are transporfe<l. He captured 
15,000 rounds of smooth bore auiuiuni- 
tion, Kt.OOO rounds Enfield, and 22-t 
rounds of fix<-d ammunition, 62 hoiisheads 
sugar, and 50 barrels salt, all belonging 
to the < onfcderate Governmedt. 

N\ alker'a army is left at most without 
ammniution 

The officers have shown great enerjiy 
in this ex]i"(litiou, and htve met with no 
mishap. Tliey procured a good deal ol 
iiii'oruiation by whi<'h future movements 
will lie regulated. People in that section 
are very hostile to the Government — 
rank re' els. 

I have the honor to b?, &c. 

(^i^ncd.) DAVID D. PORTER. 
To lion. Giuio.v WiiLLS. 



Fno.vi ^VAstiif.irGTO^. 

Reason of Lee's Itelajr- M4> has beea 
<»Mtlierini(r Mnpplies — An Immense 
Tr.tin Hfcuretl — Blockade Runner 
Captured. 

"WAsnixoTOX, July 25. 

The National Pepul>lik'in of this p. m. 
states tha* positive information has been 
received here that Lee has been delaying 
on the Potomac to enable him lo get 
away safely with the plunder ho has col- 
lected in Maryland and • Pennsylvania, 
and because his forces have been gather- 
ing the new crops in the Shenandoah 
Valley. He is now moving towards 
Richmond with immense trains of supplies, 
and the necessity of procuring which was 
increased by the fall of Vicksburg and 
Port Hudson, and is now intensified by 
the cutting of the Virginia and Tennessee 
Railroad, which was a great medium for 
procuring supplies for Lee's army. 

The Navy Department has received 
information that the .steamer Santiago de 
Cuba captured, ,July 15th, the steamer 
Lizzie of Nassau, after a chase of two 
hours. She was formerly owned in Wil- 
mington, North Carolina, and was on her 
second trip to Wilmington. Her cargo 
consisted of brandy, soap, drj* goods, 
provisions, &c. ' 



NLTMBKK 175. 



MIDNIGHT REPORT. 



r.lTER FORCIO:V STERH. 

Roebuck M'lihdraws H[is !*lotion for 
Recog-nlxin:^ the llouth— H[ls Course 
Condemned. 

New Youk, Jnly 2.3. 

Tho "City of New York" mado the 
passage from Queenstown in nine days — 
the quickest time on record lor screw 
steamers. 

The Bohemian arrived out on the 15th, 
and the City of Cork on the 16th. 

In the House of Commons on the 13th, 
Roebuck withdrew his motion for the re- 
cognition of tho South, yielding his own 
feelings to the wishes of Lord Palmor- 
ston. 

Palmerston said Roebuck did right in 
withdrawing the motion. He hoped this 
wouli bo the last time when any member 
of Parliament would make use ol his in- 
tercourse with any foreign sovereign, 
such proceedings being extremely irregu- 
lar. 

O'Donohuc protested against Roebuck's 
bitter hostility to tho North. He believ- 
ed Roebuck and his fnends were actuat- 
ed by the belief that the destruction of 
tho Union would be a great advantage to 
England, lie should consider it the 
greatest calamity. 



•OVTMBRV V 

Federal Prisoners !■ 
Rebel Reports front CiMrieoi 
They <Tlaim to have Re| 
Forces witli a loss •! 9,( 

FoBTRE&s MoKBOB, Joly 31. 

Richmond papors to July 22d are 
ceived. 

The Sentind of July 23d aaya that the 
forty Yankee prisoners who arrived on 
MondAy were from Jarkson, Miss , and 
the balance from Gettysburg 

Chablbstos Jii'T l^ 
The Ironsides. Monitors and five gun 
and mortar boats a-nsiated by two land 
batteries mounting five guns, have firt<l 
luri.>usly at Fort Wagner all day. Oi»e 
of our gun carriages was dismounted. 
(Signed.) O, T. BEACREOVRT). 

CaARLESTO.N', JUiy Li. 

After a furious bombardment of eleven 
hours, the enemy assaulted battery Wag- 
ner, desperately and repeatedly. Our 
soldiers fought desperately and repulsed 
th(! Yankees with great slaughter. Our 
lo^s was comparatively light, but includes 
many eminent officers. 

Brig. Gen. Tallafiero commanded on 
our side. 

(Signed) O. T. BEAURBQABD. 

The Richmond Whig has the following 
dispatch : 

Charlkstox, July 22.— The enemy 
commenced the bombardment again to- 
day, being replied to on our side. 

We lost in the battle of the 18th Inst, 
about 150 killed and wounded. The loss 
of the enemv, including prisoners, was 
about 2.000.' Nearly 800 were buried 
under a flag of truce. 

Col. Putnam, acting brigadier general, 
and Col. Shaw, commanding a oegre 
regiment, were killed. 

FROM IPOUUt HtriMOir. 
Banks' OAdal R«por«>Orer »,»«0 
Prisoners and JLaivre aTuasher of 
Cannon Takea. 

HfADa'Rs Dep't or the Otif, ) 

Uth Army Corps, Port Hudson, July 18. \ 

Sir — I have the honor to inform you 
that with the fall of Fort Hudson tliere 
fell into our hands over 5,500 prisoners, 
including one major general, one briga- 
dier general, 20 pieces oi heavj- artiller*-, 
five complete batteries, four of field artfi- 
lery, a good supply of projectiles for 
light and hear} gtjns, 40,000 pounds of 
cannon powder, 6,000 stand of arms, 
15.000 roimds of small ammunition, be- 
sides a small amount of stores of various 
kinds. We captured also two steamers, 
one of which is %'er}- valuable. They will 
be of great service at this time. 
Signed, N. P. B.\NKS, Maj. Geo. 

FRO.^ IfEfT FORK. 

#?,000 for AaCerers la 2Vew Yarh 
—Troops from the PataauM Sa aa- 
faroe she Draft. 

New York, Jnly 2£. 

Nearly 7,000 dollars is already collect- 
ed for the families of policemen, firemen, 
or soldiers injured or killed in the riots. 

Detachments of troops from the army 
of tho Potomac have arrived, to take 
charge of the draft in the northern and 
eastern States. Their principle duty wiU 
be to catch runaways. 

They go to Elmira and other places ia 
this dtate, Vermont and Connecticut. 



FRO.lf PHIi:,ADBI.PIIIA. 

The I>raf STearlj' Contiilete la Phl> 
adel|ihia— Cheers for the Country. 

PuiL-VDELPHiA, Jaly25. 

The draft in ehe 19th ward will be er<^ 
ed this morning, completing the third 
district. At tlio clo>ie of the drafting, 
three cheers were given for the countrj 
right or wrong. 

The draft lor the city is now complete, 
with the exception of the first and second 
districts. 



FRO.lI TKjrXB4*BB. 

HaatSTllle Captured.— Rrasrr'* ArM/ 
Reduced tol9,000. 

New York, Jnly 25. 

A letter from Manchester. Tenn, 18th 
confirms the capture of Ilunuville with 
3,000 prifoners and 1,200 horses and 
mules by »jen. Stanley. 

Bragg's army is n-ported reduced by 
desertions to l"8.<>00 or 20.<'00. 



— Official advices report five thousand 
rebel officers as prisoners now io otir 
hands. Tlds presents a rather formidable 
ob.stacle to Jeff Davis system of retalia- 
tion. 

AUCTION~NOTICE. 

»% e sr? prppsrcd to do s commlDsion snd A«e> 
tlon Rusiaess on tbe njO«t ressoniible Xertat, and 
miike cash adrancea on goodi. AucUua saJM 
cvsrr ereninr, and specUl aalea at 10 a. u. 
a. £. BAKKK a (-0., 

AuctioDeers, 
Third-9t., second door from tbo Merchaati' 
J7«6 Hotd. St. ntol. 



F 



OR SALE 



The large two atory frame dwelling hosse, 
known aa the *' Som^rs Houm," in ■* Hoieo^bs's 
Addition " to .St. Paul, about S' inil« «r<»t of Uis 
CariH'nter Houoe. With the dwelling house are 
1'.; lots, and a |;ood Dam. A II enclosed with gr«4 
fenw. Fruit froen aud Shrubbery growing upon 
the promises. For particular*, enquire at oflloeof 

J>27-2w H. L. MOSS, near tbe Bridge. 

OOL CARDING AT MINNE- 

AI*OHS, 

On the Water row(>r. at the FUls, !■ SnUth's 
Sash Door and Blind Factorr. 

Tho subscriber is or pare<f to receive Wool for 
the purpose of CAKDING Into ROLLS, and will 
continue to card until late in the aeasoa. He wUl 
havo no difficult}- in giving perfect «sti«fkctlOB, if 
tho Wool U properly prepared. Fine MeriBO 
Wool which Is rummy and fticky, ahould be 
c caused with sal-»oda,'[or otherwise,] to iasars 
perfect roU«. 

Wot>L WANTKr>— For which the highest 
kot price will be paid, in cash. 

jvu«0 3tditw&,ltw A. WALOOTT. 



A t'CTION ! 



AUCTION ! ! 



ON SATURDAY NEXT. ACOCST mST, AT 

TEN O'CLOCK, 

We nU for Eastern Consignors, 

THREE NEW FIRST CLASS 
llii-esliing;- TMCacliiiieso 

Wc have also on the way fh>m Philadelphia, 

TWO FAMILY COACHES, 

FOUR C.\REIAGES AND FOUR BUOOIB8, 

To be sold at nme time, without reserre, »b4 
hare lUted— 

One pair hesry Wagon Horses, 

unc pair four year old Baggy HarM, 

One BugKT Horse ana -^ Milch Cewt, 
3 Counters, 2 Plows, and 3 Plattorm Scales. 

Other stock will be listed b -fore the day of sale. 
Sale at tha "Couuty Fair Day" caloaxani, ad'SC, 
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THE SAINT PAUL PRESS, STJNriAV. .IULY> 26, 1863. 



pTiurisSBn dau!y7tki-wi:k.ri.t amm weeklt. 
Office— Atljolninc tli« Bridae. 



Inside View of thoSiego ofVieks- 
burg. 

l>l«vv ot'tt Iteln'l Solrtlor. 

THEY inilil-COSSlASTLY TOLD THAT 
JOUASTOX ir.4S COMIXO. 



ately in range of eight pieces of Mtillery, ! 

which opomnl upon U8 ; the lirinp con- ' 

tinucd until near dark, the fteroeat I ever 

heard. Shell fl.w in every direction, . . i . .l i /» ,,• ,i.- l,.,.L 

exploding imiuediatelv over the diteh to \ 3d Loui8iana and to the left of the .laj V. 

tho right and left, tearing awavthe l,ank«^?on road, to reinturec 

in many places, and coinpletclv covering 



Thirty first day of the Siege. ^\ye 
moved Ihi.H morning and took our position 
in tlio hollow as reserves, in rear dI" the 



JiSE 17th. ! amall numhcrs, nbont 12 o'clock. They 



fireworks uito oneralion after 
tho wav of celebrating the 



UALV 



TlUB MIBUK. 



V\'o are indebted to Dr. John 11 Mur- 
phy. Surgeon of tho Fourth regiment for 
the following lopy of a rebel soldier'^ 
diary during the .siege of Vioksburg. It 
is interesting, furnishing as it does, an 
idea of the extremities to which the rebels 
were reduced, and giving the report;j 
concerning Johnston con.stantly circula- 
ted to keep up the spirits of their sol- 
diers : 

A COV\ OK TMK PlAKV OV 
WHITK. Co. .\. HTH M.>, 
UINNl.NO WITH TUK 
SiKOK OV VICKSIU KO, VIZ : 

M.vv 13. 1S63. 
This beautiful morning finds us among 
tlie hills of Vicksburg surrounded by 
breast-works. About six o'clock this 
evening we took our position in the out- 
side entrenchments to meet the enemy 
We skirmished witli them until dark. 
During tho night we moved our position 
and feU back to the next, second line of 
works. 



John W. 
vol.. l^. S. 

VIKST n.VT 



S VTTEN- 

A., HF- 

OK THK 



Mat 19lh. 

This morning the fight commenced with 
Tigor. heavy fighting all day. The enemy 
attempte«l to charge but were repulsed with 
heavv loss. w»> taptured five stands of 
colors. Wt; are held in reserve moving 
from one position to another. We lay 
all night on the extreme lef>. Went to 
the support of some Tennessee troops. 
We had several wounded, to-day. 

Mav 20th. 

Our regiment moved this morning, and 
took position as reserve on the lefl of 
the centre. The enemy .ittempted to 
turn our right, but were gallantly repuls- 
ed bv our bov.-*. 

May 21st. 

The firing commenced this morning at 
day-ligl.t. Heavy firing all day. Sev- 
»'ral v.ounded in our regiment to-day. A 
heavy shower of rain fell this evening. 

Mvv'->-2nil. 
Fifth l^ay of the Sieye. — About twelve 
o'clock to-day, the heaviest tiring of ar- 
tillery and musketry ever heard by our 
troops. Tiie earth trembled, and the air 
was fillel with ini'siles of death. The 
enemv were repulsed. The tiring con- 
tinued all day. We changed our posi- 
tion. We were c.illed upon to go to the 
assistance of the Louisiana troop*, which 
we did under a heavy fire. AVe took our 
position to the left oi" Fort Beauregard. 

May -iod. 
Sixth Day of the Siege of Vickshvrg. — 
Tho firing was confined principally to 
heavy skirmishing. They have gained 
some very advantugeous positions for 
artillery. Our conriilence is still grow- 
ing stronger each hour. Gen. Green's 
brigade crossed the works last night, 
charged the advance of the enemy, cap- 
tured some prisoners and arms, together 
with a great many ditching tools. (Gal- 
lant conduct.) 

May 2 tth. 

Seventh Day of the Siege — Skirmish- 
ing very heavy. The enemy made no 
attempt to charge, but were discovered 
to be undennining our works for the pur- 



us with dust. We lost four killed and 
three wounded in our regiment. None 
of our company hurt, fortunately. 

Fourteenth Day of the Sirg^. -Th'xH 
morning about three o'clock, tlie enemj 
commenced a very heavy cannonading ; 
the heavens were perfectly checkered with 
the fuses in the shells; it lasted almut one 
hour and a half. The remainder ol the 
day was unusually quiet. We hear that 
General Johnson is at Jackson with a 
heavv force. Two men killed in our 
regiment to-day. 

Monday, Jvnb 1st. 

Fifteenth Day of the SiVgre.— Karly in 
the day firing light ; about G4 in the even- 
ing eight or ten heavy guns opened upon 
us. which shook the earth an<l were very 
frightful; but our brave boys never 
llinchetl. Every man was at his nost 
ready tor any emergency. Three killed 
and two woundeil in our regiment. We 
are now eating bean bread, and half ra- 
tions at that. The mortar boat^ are 
enga^jed in shelling the city. 

Jl HK 2d. 

Sixteenth Day of the Siege.— The 
firing in the early part of the day was 
moderate ; at 64 o'clock in the evening a 
most ttrrific bombardment commenced. 
Not less than fifteen pieces of artillery 
were playing upon u*. Our regiment 
was verv fortunate — not a man hurt. 
Hebels hugged the ground very clo.se. 
The mortar boats were busy the whole 
time shelling the city. Half rations of 
pea bread and poor beef constitute our 
living — hard fare. Our regiment was 
relieved to-night by tho 38th Mississippi ; 
we moved to the right of the Jackson 
road ; kept as reserve ; good night's rest. 

Jv.vr. 3d. 
Seventeenth Day oj the Siege.— We are 
laying to the right of the Jackson road. 
Heavv firing all day. We lost to-day 
Lieut'. Yancey of Co. K. Our rations 
are changed ; we now get one-half rations 
bread, rice and com meal mixed. We 
hear again that Johnston is advancing in 
force. It's our only hope. 

Ju.vs 4th. 
Eighteenth Day of the Siege Around 
Vukshurg. — The firing is more moderate 
to-ilay. The fieet has kept up a pretty 
continued fire all day ; the firing upon the 
ditches has been confined to skirmishers. 
The loss of our brigade since the l?<lh of 
May in killed and wounded is '27!!>. We 
are still in reserve. 

JrxF. 5th. 
Nineteenth Day of the Siege.— Tho 
weather is very warm. Tho bombard- 
ment with artillery is heavy ; both land 
and water batteries are engaged ; the 
mortar boats are reported to have been 
movi'd from the front of the city. Hu- 
mor says that Price occupies Helena, but 
not credited. 

JVNK 6tli. 

Twentieth Day of the Siege. — Day 
warm ; firing moderate all day ; the ene- 



if necessary what 
IS called Fort lU-aiiregard. which point 
the enemy are undermming. We inade 
ourselves sale by digging holes in the 
ground for proti'ction. SVe hear that 
three divisions of the feileral army have 
been defeated at McMiunvilh;. The day 
pleasant. 

Jr.NK ISth. 

Thirty-second Day of the Siege.— V'lr'in^ 
very heavy all day. We lost three men 
wounded; S. N. IVtchcr of our company 
among them. Our rations ehanged i 
tlour. lib bacon to the man, tjuito light. 
No news from the roar. 

JlNKlOUl. 

Thirty-third Day of the Siege.— C. R. 
Marion of our company was killed this 
morning, while sharpshootiug. A minie 
ball penetrated his right eye ; came out 
at the top of the head. A braver man 
never fell. The firing was heavy all day. 
We still hear of Johnston's advance. 
Very still to-night, an occasional shot is 
all that is heard. 

Jim: 20th, 

Thirty-fourth Day of the Sirge. — The 
firing commenced this morning with great 
vigor, continued heavy for eight hours, 
when it was reduced to the scale of mod- 
eration. .\bout four o'clock we were 
called into line, moved up to the parapet ; 
a false ahirm, we returned to our holes 
after about two hours, which we spent in 
waiting for Yanks, but they failed to 
come. Capt. Norwood slightly wounded 

Dniran killed in camp at the time. 

^ JiM:2I>t. 

Ihirty-ffth Day of the Siege.— The 
firing more moderate than usual. It is 
reported that a great many of the enemy's 
guns have been removed. No loss in 
our regiment to-day. 

Ji NK 22na. 

Thirty-sixth Day of the Siege.— Tiring 
moderate, weather fine. James Dye went 
to hospital sick, three wounded in the 
regiment. We continue to get news of 
Johnston's approach. 

JcNK 23nl. 

Thirty- Seventh Day of the Siege. — 
Firing not heavy but very steady. A 
very refreshing rain fell during the night, 
two' wounded in regiment ; the firing was 
very heavy on the right, during the night. 
Capt. Sawe wounded to-day in camp. 
The mortar boats have been very quiet 
for si'vcral days, 

Jixii 2Jtli. 

Thirty-Eighth Day of the Siege,— Vir- 

ing heavy front and rear. We hear I.ee 

hal gained another victory in V-rginia 

and threatens Maryland and Tennsylv.-i- 

The enemy arc advancing rapidly 



put their 

t'.ark, by 

Komtli, but were very civil, and treated 

us with a great deal of kindness. The 

army will all be paroled and move out. 

Ollictrs will retain, and carry out their 

side-arms. 

» » » « * 

Tu tho KdiUterov l{arp<T°ii Wepklv : 

Dr.KK Snt, — Tontifn Sopliy and I wcntdaown 
tu Concord the other day, l*< in e/. it wa.s the 
KloriouH Tourth, tu ntti-nd the Diininvkrattic 
mcMt n. lint I jmess thav made a mictake iu 
namin ov it, t'ur tharc wasn't a sinKlo Jackhon 
man tu Ikj seen fur love nor money. 

The fuunlcKt part ov the sliow was whnre 
thuy s|K»kc ov the war. Why, Mr. F.dltter, I 
ih'klare I Wffuu tu think tharc wasn't no le- 
l)eliion at all ! -Awl thev tawkcd ahnout wa.s 
IJncoln's dpsjiot'sin, and haow he woodn't let 
'cm fifwek tharc minds (thoufrh I thort thay 
didji't seem very l>a.<ihful as tii exprcssin ov 
thare sentymciits). Thay i)a.<pod a lot ov rcso- 
lushnns ahaoiit tlic war in tlie Nawth afiin 
nour Suthcrn lircthren, and cz thaj' was rayth- 
cr ciirns savins tiir Diminykrats, I ihort I'd 
jest rite orf* the siihstantc ov 'ein fur yuro bcii- 
etit. 'I'hny say tharc newer was sich a tyrant 
ez I.ineoln, aiid thet wc air a daown-troddcn 
peeple. Why don't thay go and live with 
tharc Sutherii bretliron ? 

liut 1 will now klosc \v:th a poim : 



KKSOHSHt N8 0^ 



Tur. cu.scoitn, \. n. 



"niM- 

MOCKHASSV (SU-KAI.I.EI), NOT I.N HONOIl 

ov Ciixr.HM. jvckson). di.dikatf.d re nox. 

lUAXKI.lN I'lF.HCI, THE HEnO OV MKXICCO, 
AXI) CHAIRMAN OV TIIK KONVENSllCX. 



nia. , - 

on our works, we are lookujg for a blow 

up every hour. 

of the Siege — And 



my can be seen moving to the left. We 
h("ar that Loring engaged them at Black 
River. 

JlNE 7th, 
Twenty-first Day of the Siege. — Very 
warm ; we hear the engagement 



pose of blowing them up. They were 

grenades 



driven of! however 
thrown by our boys, 
destructive. 



by hand 
They were very 

May 2.5th. 
-Heavy skir- 



Eigih Day of the Siege 
mishing all day with artillery and small 
arms con.inued until about four o'clock, 
when the enemy sent in a flag of truce 
asking for permission to bury their dead. 
Hostilities ceased for the night. The 
mortar boats were also engaged in shell- 
ing the city and camps. Wc hear that 
Johnston has defeated Gen.l>IcClernand's 
Federal command. Small loss on our 
lines to-day. 

Mat 26th. 

Ninth day of the Siege. — The enemy 
made no attempt to charge our works. 
Firing heavy from the line of skirmishing. 
Our brigade was moved thi.s evening to 
the extreme right fronting the river, 
where several mortars are engaged in 
shelling. As we came through the city 
the shells flew thick and fast. 112 pri- 
soners, captured by our forces, came in 
to day. No firing in front of us. Day 
very warm. We have have no shelter 
from the sun. We have been on half 
rations of coarse corn bread and poor 
beef for ten days. 

Mav 27th. 
Tenth day of the Siege — This morn- 
ing a portion of our brigade was ordered 
into the ditches on the right fronting tlie 
river; about 12 o'clock the lower fleet 
came up and opened fire upon us without 
any injury. The gunboat Cincinnati 
from the upper fieet attempted to run by 
our batteries, hut failed, and was sent to 
the bottom. Afterwards the lower fleet 
moved back down the river; we were 
then ordered out of the ditches. About 
4 o'clock we took up the line of march, 
moved to the center, and took our posi- 
tion in the ditches at Fort Beauregard, 
to the left of the Jackson road, where we 
were exposed to a very heavy artillery 
fire, the first that we have been in the 
ditches. 

May 28th. 

Eleventh day of the Siege. — The enemy 
has made no attempt to charge our works, 
but wc arc under a heavy fire of artillery, 
and a strong line of skirmishers still lay- 
ing in the ditches One man mortally 
wounded in our regiment. The mortar 
boats have been very diligent to-day. 

May 29tli. 
licclflh day of the Siege. — The enemy 
opened the whole line of artillery at l\ 
o'clock ; continued one and a half hours 
with great vigor, alter which every thing 
was (juiet nntil i>h in the evening, when 
the artillery again opened, an<l continued 
their fire for one hour. The entire earth 
seemed to yield to their thundering. You 
might have seen rebels hugging the 
ground as close as moles. The fleet was 
also engaged in front of the city. All 
quiet now, excep>t an occasional minie 
ball, which makes not a very pleasant 
noTse. 

.".«>• May 30th. 

''THirtienth day of the Siege. — This 
morning our company was ordered to 
take position in the front ditches immedi- 



i»>.^n » (t| >>fU>,ic' III 
•wixsxl 



of the 
upper fleet ; supposed to be at Milliken's 
Bend. The murtar boats are at work ; 
the artillery kept up a fire the entire night. 

JV.NK 8th. 

Twcnty-.'second Day of the Siege. — The 
mortar boats have lieen engaged all day ; 
the land firing was unusually moderate ; 
occasionally a shell would make us hunt 
our holes. Secesh lay very close to the 
ground. 

Jink 9th. 

Twenty-third Day of the Siege. — The 
tiring heavier than usual. The grape- 
vine brings us the news that two divisions 
of Bragg's army have arrived at Mem- 
phis. The mortar boats were very quiet 
during the day but kept up a heavy fire 
during the entire night. 

Appendix. — The report of the Orderly 
Sergeant of this company (Co. A, Gth 
Mo ) bhows a loss of G8 men, killed, 
wounded and missing — 6 commissioned 
officers killed and wounded. 

JvxR 10th. 

7 wetity- Fourth Day of the Siege. — 
Heavy rain fell to-day ; it had no effect 
upon the firing; it continued heavy. A 
wetter, dirtier, muddier lot of rebels 
were never seen, but we kept our pow- 
der dry Our beef gave out to-day. 
We are now drawing a 1-4 pound of ba- 
con to the man. 

Junk llth. 

Ivienty. fifth Day of the Siege. — The 
morning cloudy but cleared about noon. 
About 4o'clock we were ordeied to arms ; 
we moved up about 600 yards and took 
our position in rear of the 27th Louisiana 
regiment to the right of the Jackson road, 
where we laid under a heavy fire of artil- 
lery all night ; it was thought the enemy 
were preparing to make an assault at that 
point. 

June 12th 
Twenty- Sixth Day of the Siege. — We 
occupied the position we took on yester- 
day evening until 9 o'clock this morning, 
when all fear subsided and we returned to 
our old position. Day pleasant. About 
4 o'clock this evening our mortar opened, 
which has just been put into position ; it 
attracted the entire hue of the enemy's 

ipins ; they all opened upon her and the 
iring was (for about two hours) very 
heavy. 

JCNK 13th. 

Twenty-seventh day of the Siege. — The 
morning beautiful. I have just finished 
my breakfast of half rations coarse corn 
bread and a slice of raw bacon, with a 
cup of bean coffee. Regiment moved 
this morning and relieved Green's brigade 
in the ditches. No loss in regiment to- 
day. 

JVNE 14tb. 
Twenty-eighth day of the Siege. — Day 
very warm ; the firing to-day heavier than 
usual, both front and rear. We hear that 
Johnson is crossing IMack river and Lor- 
inc is at Hawkin's Ferry. Our regiment 
in the ditches. 

JlNE 15th. 
Twenty-ninth day of the Siege. —Day 
pleasant ; !<light fall of rain in the morn- 
ing ; the tiring very heavy. Sergt. ¥A. 
Payne of our company had two fingers 
Khot of! the right liand. 1 man killed, 5 
wounded in our regiment. Three of our 
companies were compelled to leave the 
ditches, in consequence of an enfilading 
fire. I visited the hospitals in town to- 
day. Had a very interesting chit-chat 
with the Yankees to-night. 

Jl NE 16th. 
Thirtieth day of the Siege. — Our regi- 
ment remained in the ditches until dark, 
when Gen. Green relieved us. The fir- 
ing to-day was very heavy ; loss to- day 
one killed. Wo lay in the hollow in the 
rear of tbe ditches we bad just left all 
night. 



a 
W 



Thirty-Ninth Day 
one mingled with many distressing events 
All was quiet until about four o'clock i*. 
M., when the train which was prepared by 
the enemy to blow up our works was 
fired. The explosion was terrific ; they 
then attempted to mount our works but 
were kept back ; the firing was confined 
mostly to small arms, which was very 
heavy. Continued all night; wc were 
up with arms in hand and without sleep 
I night. Col. Krwin killed ; also Lieut. 
S. Lipscomb, Viers, J. M. Good, Alt. 
Katon, D. S. Lipscomb and George N. 
I'errt'l, wounded. Jack Satterwhite, 
slightly. The hand-grenades thrown by 
tie enemy were very destructive; twenty- 
four killed and wounded in our regiment. 

Jcxu 26th. 
Foitidh Day of the Siege.— The firing 
continued heavy all day ; the enemy have 
made no further attempt to mount our 
works ; the throwing of hand-grenade 
was indulged in by both parties. The 
5th Missouri came to our assistance last 
night. Day very warm ; the enemy can 
be seen working' in front of us; we have 
repaired that portion of the works blown 
up by the enemy, all right again. The 
fleet engaged oiir batteries to-day, with 
what effect we have not learned ; firing 
very heavy. We had a good night's rest. 
•' ' JcxE 27th. 

Forty-first day of the siege.— Viring 
moderate to-day ; we were relieved at 12 
o'clock, for six hours only, by the 6th 
Missouri ; at 6 o'clock in the evening, we 
returned to the ditches ; were relieved at 
12 o'clock at night ; Elisha Viers, of our 
company, died to-day from wounds re- 
ceived on the 25th ; Lee's victory confirm- 
ed ; 5 killed and i\ wounded in regiment 
to-day : David Sigman of our company, 
killed ; James Parker wounded. 

JiNE 28th. 
Forty-second day of the siege. — Return- 
ed to the ditches ; relieved by the 5th 
Missouri ; 42 killed and wounded since 
the 25th ; no loss to-day ; weather pleas- 
ant ; no news from the outside. The ene- 
my are working vigorously : we throw a 
great many hand-grenades among them. 

JiXE 29th. 

Forty-third; day of the Siege.— Viring 

very moderate ; we are digging to meet 

the undermining foe. The 2d, 5th, and 

Gth Missouri are guarding the threatened 

Eoint. We relieve each other every six 
ours. Weather pleasant ; no loss to- 
day. 

JlNE 30th. 

Forty-fourth day of the Siege. — Firing 
moderate ; we threw among them to-day, 
a keg containing 100 pounds of powder, 
with a fuse in it — we are not apprised of 
the damage it done. Our muster rolls 
were ordered to be made out to-day ; no 
loss. 

JlLY 1st. 

Forty- fifth day of the Siege. — This day 
is long to be remembered. The firing in 
the morning was light. Our regiment 
went into the ditches at 12 o'clock ; about 
3 o'clock the mine which ha<l been prepa- 
red by the enemy under our %vorks wa.« 
fired; great was the explosion. Lients. 
Crenshaw and Hoseberry were buried 
alive, together with several others. Lt. 
Burr, Geo. Ferrell, Ed. Katon and Dun- 
lap of our company wounded. Lt. Bra- 
ther of company B lost his leg. Day very 
warm. The enemy made no attempt to 
charge. 

JCLY 2d. 
Foiiy-sixth day of the Siege. — Firing 
moderate. The troops arc becoming very 
much disheartened. All seem to be of 
the opinion that we wUl be compelled to 
surrender. 

Jn.v 3d. 

Forty-seventh day of the Siege. — This 
evening about .3 o'clock, our authorities 
sent out a flag of truce, to make arrange- 
ments to surrender the place. The firing 
ceased — every thing as still as death We 
all knew that tlie fatal hour had arrived : 
the preliminaries were not agreed upon, 
and the flag returned, firing commencing 

again. 

Jl LY 4th. 
Forty-eighth day of the Siege, and the 
Closing Scene. — To-<lay the place and its 
contents was surrendered to the Federal 
authority — a sore stroke to the Confede- 
ncj. The enemy came into town m 



Uctolrrd, — ThiiJ initloii's Ro'n tu rcn'n— 
Old .\l>i-iun l.iiK oln'-i baound tu straud it, 

Than-'s sum awltircd niisch cf brcwin. 
We Dinnnykrats can't no way Ktand it! 

Wc make a vaow. from this t'mc forth, 

To .<top awl warfare in the North. 

/?f>.'!rt/r((/,— Thet Lincoln's a UPUi-pcr— 

An awful skccry wun ct that — 
He shall not lead us wiiii stc)) Author 

Then we've a m'nd tu ffo — thct's Hat! 
Wc luv the (Juvennent ov the nation, 
But go agin its admini.'^tra.«hiin. 

Rc3olred,—'rh\s war shood he conducktcd 
Most vifjirorous, by the laws ov pccce. 

Thet nifiger folks mav be abdiickted 
Wheieso aotir Suthcrn l>rethren pic.xsc, 

.\nd wheropo'cr a trcmblin' slave is, 

lie shood be given to J eft" Davis. 

Hpso!rr(l,—T\n^ («tonos we've thrown in Dixie 

Hev brought us tu an orftil pass. 
We let aoiir dandiT rise tfX) quickly ; 

M'c shood hcv gone on throwin' grass. 
We b'lieve Vallaiid'ghain a saint : 
Woe tu tlic man whu scz he ain't! 

Hesolced, — M'o will rckord the story, 
Thet in this war irt'rr acted wust : 

It's true, the Saoiith ll-cd on " old glory ; " 
But didn't ire go tiiid hoist if fust* 

Wo luiglit luv n'liSM'd tlie war's inisehanocs 

Ef we hod hoistt il olive biaiuhcs! 

Tliarcfoie wc form a rc-olnshiin, 
Tu make all Lincoln's auders void — 

Tu put bis generals tu konfushun. 
So thet aoiu- own slia'n'nt Ik- annoyed ; 

Ami fortify aour strong position 

By tiring guns on abbolition ! 

We'll grasp the fiery suthorn cro^s 
And b'd sich folks cz Butler iK-ar it! 

We'll kover aour defeat and lo-s 

With treason's garb (naow Davis wears it). 

Wc skom deceit, det'st Iiyp<n'kra?v — 

Make way thare fur tiic Peace Diininocknissy ! 

Charity Giumes. 



Tcniion IX Tlic »oi:rii. 



Ev«>r.r !tluii iu R«>l»«*I«fntii lit>t«vvoii 
£lirht«><*n an«1 l;'ort^-ti«« tu be 
<'onitcrl|»ted 



From the Richmond Eu<ndr<T, July IJ*. 

I'KOCLAMATION UY TUE ritKSIDENT. 

Whereas, it is providctl by an act of 
Congress, entitled "'An a«t to further 
provide for the pu- lie <|i feme. "approved 



on the IGth day of Ajiril. 1862. an 



dbv 



another act of Conir^c-is approved on tlic 
27th September, l«()2. entitled, "An act 
to amend an act «n«iiled an act to provide 
further for the publie dflense." approved 
IGth April, 1862 that the rnsidentbe 
authori/cd to call out and pla«e in the 
military service of t e Corded' rate States, 
for three year.", unless the war ."ihall have 
been sooner endt d, all white men who 
are residents of the i onledcraie States, 
between the ages of eighteen and forty- 
five years, at the time the call may be 
made, and who are not at such time 
legally exempted from military service, or 
such part thereof as in his judgment may 
be necessary to the public defense. 

And whereas, in my jmlgment the ne- 
cessities ol the public defence renuire that 
every man capable of bearing arms, be- 
tween the ages aforesaid, should now be 
called out to do his duty in the defence 
of liis country, and in driving back the 
invaders now within the limits of the 
Confederacy : 

Now, therefore, I JefTcrson Davis, 
President of the Confederate States of 
America, do by virtue of the powers vest- 
ed iu me as aforesaid, call out and place 
in the military service of the Confederate 
States, all white men, retidents of said 
States, between the ages of eighteen and 
forty-five years, not legally exempted 
from military service ; and 1 do hereby 
order and direct that all persons subject 
to this call and not now in the military 
service, do. upon being enrolled, forth- 
with repair to the conscript camps estab- 
lished in the respective States, of which 
they may be residents, under pain of be- 
ing held and punished as deserters in the 
event of their failure to obey thi.s call, as 
provided in said law^. 

And I do further order and direct that 
the enrolling officers of the several States 
proceed at once to enroll all persons em- 
braced within the terms of this proclama- 
tion, and not heretofore enrolled. 

And I do further o. der that it shall be 
lawful for any person embraced within 
this call to volunteer for service before 
enrollment, and that persons so volun- 
teering be allowed to select the arm ol 
service and the company which they de- 
sire to join, provided such company be 
deficient in the full number of men al- 
lowed by law for its organization. 

Given under my hand and seal of the 
Confederate States of America, at the 
cityxjf Ilichmoud, this fifteenth day of 
July, in the year of our Lord one thou- 
sand eight hundred and sixty-three. 

JEFFEKSON DAVIS. 
Bv the President. 

J. P. Bexjamix, Sec'y of State. 



the Army of the Potomac, proved himself 
une(jual to the management of a great 
army in battle,) nor am 1 entitled to any 
credit for the fortunate selection of Gcii. 
Meade. 

1 did, in March last, when troops were 
wanted, urge the appointment of Gen. 
McClellan, in tbe place of Gen. llalleck. 
The effort was unsuccessful ; and while 
you inform ine that the circuinstai ces are 
known in Boston. I am not at liberty to 
speak of tliein. 

At an earlier day I ma«le an effort to 
give the country the benelit of Gen. But- 
ler's services. 1 did so because I knew 
personally that he was prompt, efficient 
and wise in the discharge of his duties at 
Anna^lis and Fortress Monroe. But 
while the President was anxious to avail 
himself of the services of Gen. Butler, 
there were difficulties in regard to a suit- 
able command, which could not be over- 
come. 

I have refused to unite with those who 
seek to displace the Secretary of War, 
and I do not .sympathize with those who 
malign and abuse him. I cannot, while 
remembering Mr. Stanton, "faithful 
among the faithles.s" in Buchanan's cabi • 
nt!t, cease to remember him with grati- 
tude. I know that the country is indebt- 
ed to the courage and fiidelity of Mr. 
Stanton, during the two months preced- 
ing the 4th of March, 1800, for most 
that was left of it. There was imbecili- 
ty at the head of the Goveriinient, and 
treason in its arms. Mr. Stanton aided 
in bringing General ^)ix into the Treasu- 
ry, with whom he watched, and, as far as 
possible, thwarted the treasonal)le con- 
spiracies of his colleagues. 

Mr. Stanton brought to the discharge 
of his duties, as Secretary of War, iv- 

DUSTKV, ■ AUII.ITY-, IXTECKIIY' and PA- 

THloTiSM. Those who deny him either 
of these qualities, do so maliciously or 
in ignorance of his eharacter. And with 
such qualities, I do not think the Presi- 
dent is called upon to dispense with his 
services. 

I rejoice that your gallant son has 
•• concpsered hia prejudices" against col- 
ored soUliers. I am not surprised that he 
should say. in his letter from Port Hud- 
son, thi.t the * negro regiment ptit our 
white troips to the Wma/i." This senseless 
prejudice against ne<iro soldiers ought to 
put ad who cherish it " to the blush." 
But the prejudice is wear'ng itself out; 
or I ought to say, tliat the freed men 
themselves are wearing it out by tlieir 
good conduct in camp and tluir gallantry 
in the field. The exp rii nee of the part 
and the pages of history ought o have 
vindicated this eternally out-cast ra« e 
from such ])rejudices. Why, in the name 
of reason, common sense, and soif-pie- 
servation, should we refuse to allow tie 
colored man to fight our battles in a war 
waged expressly to extend and strengthen 
the heritage of slavery ? In the Revohi 
tion, the .-lave fought with his master. In 
the war of 1S12, our glorious navy was in- 
debted to the gallantry of negro sailors 
for its victories. Com. McDonough bore 
testimony to their heroism on Lake Cham- 
plain. Gen. Jackson thanked them, in 
(General Orders, lor their gallantry at 
New Orleans. Our otlicers arc con- 
strained to do them justice now when- 
ever they are engaged. .And yet these 
"prejudices" exist. Indeed the colored 
soldier is too frequently exposed to in- 
sult, and sometimes, ala.s, to outrage. It 
is feared — without cause I devoutly hope 
— that a colored regiment from Boston 
that is to pass through New York on 
Monday, may occasion disturbance. 
Let #ueh wrong be averted. Our great 
commercial city cannot afford such dis- 
grace. Nothing is asked for this color- 
ed regiment but the privilege of going un- 
molested to the field. Forbear, now. 
New Yorkers ; and when, if these ne- 
groes, or those of them who survive, 
turn, have proved recreant, I will 
only join you in spurniufr them, but 

cast the first stone myself. 

******* 

Yours truly, THURLOW WEED 

Phii.o S. SntLTOX, Esq. 



CJOOLJEY, CAJRVER & CX>., 

(SnooesBors to Coolkt, Towkr ft Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

OoxnmisHion Miei-cliaxitis, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC il<^UORt: 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Ac, Ac, 
NOa. 3 A 4 JACKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEE AND THIED, SAINT PAUL, MLSN. 



In the Department of 
LIQXJORH AND S£:Oj%.R.tS 

Our Stock will be found i^bok and compi.f'te at all times, and at prioee to enit tbe views o 

closeRt buyers. Deoemlier 1, \Wi. 



JUST 

C 



PRO AL' S , 

An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

(iiim Blankets, Gum Pouches, Gum Coats, Gum Talmas Gum 

Wading Boots, etc^ elc^ 

AI.SO, ALL SORTS OF LF:ATHER TRAVELING CON^^ENIENCES. 

Ptol>er^-Sts. 



CJorner Tliird a.ii<l 

January 11, ISM.— ly. 



niylS 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

SUMMER A.RR AjS: OEM KIS T. 

On and after MONDAY. JUNE 15th, Passenger Trains will run as foUew? : 



Leave St. Paul. 


Arrive at St. Anthony, 


Leave St. Anthony. 


Arrive at St. Paul. 


5:45 A. M. 


6 :20 A. M. 


8:00 A. M. 


8:35 A. .M. 


11:30 A. M. 


12:05 M. 


2:00 P. M. 


2:35 P. M. 


5:00 P. M. 


5 :35 P. M. 


6:00 p. M. 


6:35 P. M. 



ftpl8 tf 



GS-eneral Siipei*iiiteii<ioxit. 




THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

^^EI^EREA.1. DISEASES, 

AND 

All Affections of the Urinary and Generative 

Organs. \'c., iVc. 

Tliis Iiiiiiiiiilion wa.« organized under a special charter in IsOCi. The method of treatmriit adopted 
is till- ^alM^* a8 tliat euii)lo\ed in the bent French, Kn/jlish and American hospitals. The attfiiding 
pliy-ician is a rcgiilar i;raduat«' of tlie Colhgli AfeiHn Ohiociisix. 'W iihout d<-{:railing il juto ♦:'n:pyr;- 
cism, B- !•< p:-ncticod bv advortisinfr quacks, "former fuffcrer.*,"' and "benovclent ahsociation*," he, 
like Kicord, (ivialc, Vidal, Humstead, fc;c., lias ma<le tliis branch of ijur<?or> a .-^peciahty curing the 
past tt-Mi y.'ara, aud is prepared to give patients as good treatment as they could obtain in Laste'Tn 
(Jiilert. 

The onSco is arranged in separate apartments, so that those who dpsire can consult the doctor with 
the utiRf'St privacv. The In.«titute is provided with a Sptrometer for measurin;: the vital capscity. and 
Prof. Schreb^r'-s ' PunQym.ia.-^til-ini for developing the muscular system iu ."^eminal Weakness »nd 
other wasting disease? ; al: o an improved apparatus* and all the appliance.-, for administering Mrilirn- 
ted FviniqutiOH J'atli-^, now so celebrated iu Kuropc for tlie cure ot J^ypliilitic ditea-es. 

V.'hile 1 prescribe for a 1 kinds of diseases, attention is given more specially to tbe forowing :— 
S\i)liilis, in all its stages; Ginorrhcea; Gleet; Stricture; Affections «>1 t :c Kidneys. Bladder, &c.; 
hydrocele, or Dropsy of the Scrotum, A'aiicoc-le, and other diseases of tho IV.-.tic'es au'^ Cord ; 
Uheuma ism. Piles, Pistuia, and Diseases of the Itectiini and Anu$;a:':d all complaints p»»culiar to 
Femalfs. Also, Spermatorrhna, or .Semina/ IFeahnefs, for which our treatment i« now admitted to 
be even more successful than that of Laliemand, of Wontpelier. 

PATIENIS AT A DLSTANCt — Treated by correspondence, and Medicines isent under seal to cure 
anv casp at home. Full particulars furnished on applicaiion by letter. 

JubT PiBLisHEi>— The L'Oth edition of our ^H■d^cal /ft//o/7, containing 70 pages and numeroui 
treating on the above diseases; sent to any addcc* "" rr.-rir.i • ( n" -■. I6t:f. AI j . -i ^ 
ion of our larte work on Venereal Surirer\ . 

M. to 1 



en,i<ravinsrs, treating ,- , . ,- , 

ures« and nearly r" ady, the 2nd edition of our lar»;e work on \ enereal turger\ . 

«^0!lico in Concert Uall Block, near the Postpifice. Consultations cau be had from 9 a. 
p. M. Sundays V to 10 A. M. 



J)-3 



All letters should be directed to 

THE GALENIC INSTITUTE, 

(Box 1W».) ^aint Paul. Minnesota. 



re- 

not 
will 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH 



FAST FPtEIOHT IL.II>rE 

OWNED AND MANAGED BY THK 

* 

Americai:! Express 
Company. 



Tj^OSTER & HARDENBCRGH, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAIL MAKERS, 

Xo. 317 Soatk IVater Street, CtatcagrOi 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of 

IVXanilla Sc Tarred Rope, 
r>itoliiii{; Ropes, 

Old Canvass, Oakum, Tar, Pitch, 

CHAINS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TENTi, AWN- 
INGS, WAGON COVERS, COTTON 
AND RUSSIA DUCKS, 

Common and Patent HoUt Wheel*, for build- 
ings, constantly on hand. 

GEO. F. FOSTER. (Jel3-ly) C. M. HARDKNBCRGU 



M 



I L I T A R Y 



On and after this date, by special arrangement. 

The Merchants' Dispatch 

Will receive and forward from this city to New 

York and Boston frelKht.s requiring quick 

transportation, at 



Ofllcors' CavalrT- Soots, 



OFFICERS' SIDING BOOTS, 



OfHcers' Zouaves, 



AND FOR PRR'ATES EVERY KffTD 



OF 



BOOT & SHOE, 



CAN BE FOUND AT 



vrx . 9. sauTB * co/». 



Hjowei* !Rates sind 
Better Time, 



in 



A ItETTEfit 



Fno.n 

^'EED. 



x'Hvni.oiv' 



The Presldenc}'— Ctenerala Hooker, 
Meade and McClellan— Xeirro Hol« 
diers. 



Alij.vxy, July 10, 18C3. 

Dear Sik : Since replying briefly to 
your IrtttT, it has occurrt'd to me that I 
may properly submit portions of the re- 
ply to the public through the Evening 
Journal. 

1 am not only without a Presidential 
candidate; but whencvt-r the subject is 
brought to my mind, it turns from it nn- 
patiently. There is a primary antl para- 
mount question to be deii-rmined iirst; 
and that is, whether we are to have a 
Union and a (iovenunctif. If I have 
any view.s upon this que.-tion, tlii-y are to 
hold the Presidency in al<c»an.-e lor him, 
whoever he may be, that will crush Kk- 
uuLLioN and restore the L'm".n". 

1 did not urge the removal of (ren. 
Hooker, (although I havM bi lieveil that 
he, like his predcccMturs in cummaDd of 



Than can be obtained by any other route or con 

veyance except the regular Express, by 

passenger trains. 



TIME GUJAIiANTEED. 



Allkhlimients received at door of shipper and de 
llveredat destination 

FREE OF CARTAGE. 



The well known reputation of this Line in trans. 

porting Westward bound business, during 

the Uat ten years, will be 

A SUFFICIENT GUARANTEE 

That all contracts made by it, wUl be faithfully 
carried out. 



The Merchants' Dispatch 

Is also prepared to offer Increased fkcllitles, both 
iu time and rates, for 

WESTWARD BOUND BUSINESS. 

Our freights are transported by Emipranf and 

fa.«t Freight Express trains, and haudli'd by 

our own men at all points of transftrr. 

Claima for I^oaaes and Oaniairea will 

he promptlr atijuated at thia 

Office. 

For rates or ftirther information inquire of 

J. C. & H. C 



UST RECEIVED 



A NEW LOT OF 

LINEN COATS, 

PLAN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 



A^fD A FIXE LOT OF FIGURED 

3i:arseiles vests. 

All of which we are prepared to sell at 

REDUCED PRICES. 

W. H. TEM3PIL.E, 
myTO-tf XHm»»-»X. 



s 



U. S. 5-20 LOAN. 

UBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RE- 
CEIVED FOR 
This Popular Xx>aii 

Until farth?r notice at our office. 
THOMPSON BRO'S, Bankers, Ag'ts. 



July 6, 1863. 



b? 



2W 



St. 



BURBANK & CO., 

Agents. 
Paul, June 18th. 1803. jem-lm 



w 



ANTED 



A young man of good education and address, 
to travel with an exhibition, as showmaa and 
expI«nBt«r>- lecturer. Kalary liberal. Address, 
with references, 

iy23-tf Box M7, St. Paul, Uin. 



TTERNDON HOUSE, 

Corner of Third and Vermillion Streets, 

HASTINGS, - - - MINNESOTA, 

-W. R. UUliT, 

Late of the Merchant*' not-l, at St. Paul, 
I'HOrUIKTOK. 

trf- r>»sengprs conveyed to and from the 



Boats frei-. 



Jel'J-3m 



/'CURTICE & IIALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND 
Renl Estate Agr«nts, 

OJice in AtackttMn''i Block, Waslnnrfton Street, 

bctioeen Third and Fourth-*ts., 
Will prompllv attend to any professional business 
entrustPd to them. From a long residence hero 
and a thorough knowledge of the ditfernnt sur- 
veys both In tho Citv and countr>'. ^r*" have great 
facilities for executing our work with corr«»ct:ioss 
and dispatch. Lan<1 bought and sold. Collections 
made. Taxeapaldfor non-resldontsat the lowest 

"v'B.-DrawInglnstrnricnt-and Paper for 8^ 
D. L. CuBTioa. ap22-tei Jobs T. hautbd. 



aplStf 



TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES, 
.<XUFF, &C. 

F. W. TUCHELT, 

Wholesale and ReUil Df-alcr in I oUacco, Clears. 
&c. Mne Imported Cigars, s • oking and Chew- 
ins Tobacco. Fine Cut chewing, superior to i.ny 
iu tiie ciir. Swoet Uiiar Kooi rt]><«<, a jHrge as- 
sonment. F. \V. TIXHEI.T, 

Third-st., near i^gerton's Haiik, 
myo-ly "* '^-"' 



St. rani. 



/GROCERIES CHEAP AT 

"Wliolesale aadKotall. 
CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 



Having leased the store occupied by L. G 
sou tc Co., and purchased their 



John- 



Stock or Gri'ocevies, 

May be found at 

220 Third Street, ttro doors above the Sorth 
Western Express Office, 

Where they will sell 

AT VERY LOW FIGURES, 
FOR THE NEXT THIRIT DAYS. 

We wish to close out this stock entirely as we 

propose to 

CHANGE THE BUSINESS. 

and open a 

Paper and Stationery Store 

in connection with our 

Paper Mill at St. Aiitliony. 

«-All kinds of WKAPPIXG PAPKR lor 
sale, and the highest price paid In cash for rags, 
ropes and old printed papers. jyl5-tf 



B 



ILLL POSTING, &c. 



MAXWELL * GUIFFIX, opposite Brcwn's 

::iock, Third street, will ptist bills, ar.nounce 
meetings, auctions. and all matters usually Htt<.nd- 
ed to by " Town Criers," attend on parties, c ean 
rooms and offices, and tinderiake Jobs ol whifJ 
wasldng in different colors. jlO-lm, 



I^REAT BARGAINS. 

Tlie best bargain one can make in anvthinr is 
to Durcha-e * First Class art cle at alowr te. 
ThU is I he sort of bargaina A. U. WlKBiSB la 
giving his customers every day, at Uls c-Jrof * 
§tor«, on Jaokaon-Btreet. . _. ^. it» J«s2^- 





THE SAINT PAUL PRESS, STTKDAY, JTJLT 26, 1863. 



Shr .^airtt ^\iul 






» « 



-« ♦ 



PKKWft 



PITKLISHKU KV 

mix ru%*i 

♦■»•«< 



CO. WPAWY. 



~T«»riiii:-l>AIl.Y I'UK'^— I'v mnll, «S (K» pop 
auii.im. in .M- \>r inouih, inni^na 'It; in iult'titce. 
rui-WKKKI.Y IMtKSS-;*:. i-t<r:i' nmn; !?•,' JO 
for. -IN laoaih.; $ l.-.'o f.r tlii.-KMu.iitlis: ilvn c-.p- 
li.j. to »ii.> iiaaios:*, #4..i(» I'ttoli; t.-« ilo., $1 lueli. 
WKr.IvlA' l'UKS«i_Oiu> oopv, one viar, ;>■.•; 
flvi- or imr.', $;,r'i i-aoli ; t.ii or iiiorc. ti> on." ;ul- 
div-ir.. ♦i.r.a; twenty or morf, to oni< itdilri'!*!., 



I :« 



Rute&i of iVdvertiMiiiiiX 
THE DAILY 1* M G 



H M. 



One S<iuari». 

ft) srt 

1 ft't 

, .; <«> 

:i 00 

4 00 

ii 00 

S C'l> 

ntUs 10 !>»» 

S* .(touihs M Oi.) 

rw.lvo nu>nih-« -U Oi) 



j liirt>e tiiuo* 
( -ix. il.vys.. .. 
J Two Week* . 
( I hi-.'c »v>'«'k.s 
i)iu- month . 
us 



4i ^ iiiu- inonin 
^ ? l* ■> :uiiiilii 



KachttilU.Stiiiare. 

$0 10 

?••» 

1 (Nl 

1 "0 

•••.• '■■' 

i r.o 

1 00 

5 0« 

: 00 

10 00 

1 First i>t»jje RilvtTtis.im'iifs, sjioci'il ;itiiJ bii>l 

ni^s, Uili.WS, ;l;lit:uU«Tti.»IMIlClltHr.illoWiUg iulllli'" 

Ulitth :iti.T lOL-Hi mattorou tUe lounli page, ov.f 
half aa.liilou;il . , ,, 

.'. s- • »iul !«?'». an I spfdHl plueo aivl iIom!>'.> 
*olumn adv««rti*vi!«i'Uis,HiiJ ttclviTtiseuu'iUs witli 
cut.s, I'll' tUirvl :i.i'lttional. 

;i. AlvortUiMiviilHcUausti'iible at plcnsiinraij'J 
as in No. 1, aiul ?> "• ' i»'r aiinaiii •.uliliiiousil for 
eli.uij?'s. C MMiiujS's rat«'ilal lOivnt* por.si|u«ro, 
ilpii uu!iJvaii.'v>; I'larjiotl oi»<!i -ho ik-. 1-' ctnu.; 

t. Looil iiotiO'S 10 ot'nis p»«r liiif lor iir-i ton 
Ihn's or under, an J tlvc c.'m> I't-r liuo tor »Hcli ad- 
dition.il liiu'. . .„ , . 

... A'U,.rtist>in-Mif» In Dally and Wockly, ou.'- 
lul-' :i;li:ion;il to tlif IMilv n'fo. 

6. AiveriU-'inonls in Ui-okl alono. 75 cents 
per s.imro lor li st lu'^.-nion, and ir . ci'Ut.s i)t r 
Min:iri' for subsfiu*"": mx'rtions, for any p.-rlod 
within ihro • iiio.itlis; owr tlmv mom Us, on-- 
tliird l>'>s than Dailv rat»»s. 

:. l./al tud <iov«MiiniiMit adv.Ttlsi'ini'nts, 75 
CtMits pT siiu;»'«' Cor tho ilrst liiS'.Mtio'i, anil :<7'.. 
c«'.U:i per .s^piaro t"or fueli additional ins-riion. 

.s. Altoru -vci 0'-di"-iu)r In'.cj;;! ad\.'rtiso:iu«nt!' 
aro rt'g.ird.'.l a« acoonntabli' for tli' cost of tli" 
dam.', iinlt'«* tlu'ro is i spoi-ial ai{ri'fuu'ia to 
cliars; • tin' ^amo to another i ;-.rt . . 

i>. No oapcr^iven h» coanoct ion wlthadvorlisinir. 

j»jr l*. M'Ar.K.Ht Minn.>:iii.>l''',a:\d \Vk i->iii!:;. 
(Vt;i:n.s, at ^t. Antiiojiy, will ai-t as Aj;i'nt< in 
j.rai!itinj{th»* Uaiuy 1\;K!:>» In ilicir ri'snoefiM- 
tov. ns. 



§urbauU'isi (£oUimiu 

]yrERCiiANTS'~DisrArcii 

JPiiMt Fi*ol|ffliit Line. 

OWNKP A!fl> MANAOKP BT 

All overcharj(f!« ti(»ttl<'d by J.O. kH. C. Umt- 

bank & Co., AKoMtii. 
No.v York olhoo. m V.arr*) street. 

Boston omoe, 69 Waslilnxtoa sUeet. 
mtr.'VdIv 



^listcilunrous. 



J" 



100 



KPT.S SIKJAU HOUSE, GUl^ 

don and Ambre, a ohoico arliclo, at 
J. C. & II. O. UUKBAKN it Co.'s 



^XrK HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

lariro supply of Wksikun Kkhkkvk 
'KKKsIf, wiiicli wo o'llV'r low for fash. 
iva J. C. A 11. C. HL'KUANK Jt CO. 



w ^ . 

»:f, wliicli wo oll»'r low lor casl 
J.C. A 11. C. HL'KUA 

ALAU(JE STOCK OF FINE LI 
uuors and Oi>;ari4, which ww oHVr at prlceii 
llial will ui.sufo oni,-k -ales, at 

.I.V.^K H.C. lil'KHA. NK fcCo. 'a 

0/^\r\ HMI.8. ASSORTED WHIS- 

tJ\J\J kfv, for sale at 

J. C. « 11. C. U L UU AN K h Co.'3 



ST K E C K 1 V E D 
EXPRESS. 

A boauttflil lot of 



li Y 



ALPACCAS & SARATOGA 

PLAIDS, 



p. F. HODGES 



& CO.'^ 



§t^ (&ooh. 



DBALERS III 



ALSO 



A handsome lot of 



0/W\ WHOLE, HALF AN DQUAR- 

tJ v/ v>' iiT lio.\''> Kulsiit.s, crop i>f IWi , at 



J. C. & ti. C. UlUUANK & Co.'s 



O 







HDLS. STUARTS REST HON- 

oy Syrup, a cliolco nrtiv-lo, for lablo uno at 

.1. c. Hi ii. c. ui:kuank & co.s. 



150 



ROXES W. K. CHEESE; A 

piii<i>- urticU', ct low l!Kort>s, at 

J. C. & 11. C. UUKliA.NK it Co.'l 



O 



OS 



RANT'S PATENT FANNlX(i 

ll.s for »alo at mannt'afturor's prico:", ai 
J. C. it H. C, liniUANK & Co.'H 



125 



V A C K A ii E S ASSOR I'E 1 ) 

Fnilts, c'lnsisfini^ of I'lanis, I'rnnt'.-, 
(.'uriaiuti and Citron, all uow crop, for Hale ai 
prices to -suii iUh tlnii'*. 

J. C. i 11. C. IIURBANK ft Co.'a 



largcsi 
it's in ttio \V 
doo lU 



WILL FIN!) ONE OF THE 

it and b't^t :*i'l'<ctPd (ttocksi of Urocor 
;. at ilio war.'lu)n:.«< of 
J. C. .« U. C. ULUIJANK k Co. 



IIOGJ-^:V At o^mjp 

AUK StiLL orKKKIXO 

niE grf..vtf:3T induckmexts in the 

i)ia tiOiJDS ?.lAilKET. 

Oar fto'-k of 

DPvESS GOODS 

IS THE MO^T AiTlvACTlVE l.V Ilir. CUV. 
Comprising all Ibe 

LATEST ©TVLICS 

)!•' ENGLLSII AND FRKNCU 

AVoi'stecl GrCK>d^-<, 

la Chpck^s, itrlpos, Figures, and l'!.i:'i, 
USLIN AND CUADI ])i: LAINES, 

Lnwiis and Organdies. k{\. 

Which wo are suUin^ at 
Wo liavo a splendid line of 

Bradley's uurivalled Hoop Skirts, 

For Ladios, Missas and Children; 

AL»o 

SriilXa AND SUMMER 

Which we make a apecialty of, always keeping :\ 
handsome assortment. 

In Slxfi^vls, 

W« can suit the mo<t fanidiou*, in quality, pat- 
t^rn and prico, hav ng a beautiful assort- 
ment of 
CHECKS, STRIPES, AND STELLA 

In th'> Jliddlnspx, Peacedale, and Scotch. 

W<5 have the 

CUEArEST AND BEST LINE OF 

E M B E O 1 1) E li I E S , 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS, 

AI'O 

LINEN UANDKEUCHIEFS, HOSIERY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS, 

W.* would flay that we have a larg? stock of 

DOMESTICS, in DENIMS, ST11IPE3, SHEET- 

INES, PRINT.S aud CO TTOVADES, Ac, 
Which we will sell at a 

On prcs'-nt X>^w Y'ork prices for CA>1I. 

TTosstn. S^ Camp, 

ap-.o-tf It.' Tidrd-Ht 



Y 

n ttio Wi'st. at the warohou:. 

o ly J. c. .« u. c. au 

p R I N Fe R S ' INKS 



• All sorts, kinds, f»nd colors, from flic oelcbrarwi 
mauiilaotory of J. E. Wado, New York, for iiaW 
111 KMiuifa^iurtr's prices, b\ 
d.ci . J. C. i 11. C. BUKBANK Jfc CO. 



420 

brunoH, i't 



HOXES ASSORPED TO 

bia\-o, cumprising all tlio favorit- 
J. O. *H.C. UDRBANK & (To.'s 



L.IOIIT PRIIVTS^, 

HAIR NETTS. 
Grraincline Veils, «S^c., 

Which we are offering at 

Rii:r>TJcr::r> prickjs. 

CALL AND SEE TH^LM. 

At 1 to TUli'cl Street. 
L. C. DXJllT, 

apl6-am i»T. PAt'X.. 



-f \ DOZEN DUliv)IS BEST CASl 

dV-'oiei'l AXi'S. Also ;iO do/ou K( d Kivei 
\x'- : i.l»i) -.^ Boxes assortt'd Blued Tack?, llrst 
lU.ditv.ai 

J, r. s, II. c. BUUBANK & Co.'s 



1 



> EC i: I V EI) O N CON S IGN M EN i . 

W t'-OO 1V>', M>'i OltlK!- f*K\(IlK.>, and T.'iO" 

Iv rsiw Duiuo Ai'J'i.Ks, Jo be .s<dd low for cash. 
niySlif J. C. BUUBANK i CO. 

riT()~MY~i''RlENDS & PATRONS 



J 



Flavin? fji^j.'.^ed ."ny serriees to the Messrn. J, 
0. & H. <*. l;ur'J>ink * Co., cornor L<>vf«e and Sib- 
;.'y >:tr«^et.^, : ir.iiy be found in tiu' Wholo.salo (jro- 
wry l)*'partni»iit, whi'r« ii willaiVord ini< pU-aiurf 
;•.• S4'c Ml ii'.d cusro'ntTs oni'<i more. 

»* '• .-tuiU have al:ii;jHind W'll soloct-'d stock 
of gooils us'a-.\!!y kept in our line, on li:ind, wliicli 
i resp*'<;tlaily u.-k yon to examine before purchas 
in? els'whefe. I'ln^pv- to merit for theliousej 
^lortiou ut legist of t'lat patrona;j;e you have hen • 
tpfore "•» l'"')«»rally brnTowed nivm me 

rourS A. L. LARFENTEUR. 






R A 11 K E L S 



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I" or 



C^VltBOlV OIL. 

ALSO A Qu vNTirr or 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

Hr.!n hT J. C. h n. C.BUKBANK fc Co. 



GKOVliilt Ac OA.I£KR'« 

CELEBR.VTED NOI.SELESS 

SEWING MAcnL\r.s. 

MAKING BOTH THE 

Grovor& Baker and tho Lock Stitch 
i>uicE M<> Axn vi*\%'AunH. 

FIRST FRE.MIC.M.s in Illinois. Ohio, Iowa and 
Micldpan. 
I'lirties pniohrisiiiii iniuMines of the «;U(>Vr.U 
& BAKER >. M. CO.. cm have iln Ir clioic*' of 
machines making eliher siltHi, and cli inpe if thev 
ilesiii' to. 'J'lie iu'lif mmpiiini olilc t'> »Ji>'r i>iicii 
hiitiio-Mint^. Tliey al>o oll'i ito the public at the 
extremely low price of 

l^oi't.v-Fivo I>olliii*K 

A Slraif/ht Nffdle LocklSlilck Machine, 

Snitabh' for Tailors and F.-imilvuce. TIdsmnch'ne 
is id' Itiri/v .</,-'. riii>i<l, '/uih- .•implf *'> »' J'lir *"pc- 
c/iir to the nhnfile o,ioi-k »iilcli machines licri'- 
totoie sohi at ?:."> to <H">. 

mir Northwe-tern Oitic Ihird blreet, opposite 
liigiT-oH's Block, st.l'aid, Minn. 

1*. ,S.— I'laln and Fancv .">tilelilngdoue toorder. 
ijelj) tjan IJ 



Standard Farm Maohinery, 

AT 

Niools & Deans' Iron Store, 

Tlilrd Street, 
•T. PAIJ&., Huanf. 

Ag«nti for Bravley ft Pitt's BuflUo ThrMhlng 

Macldnos. 
•• •■ RnssuU Ik. Co's MasslUon Tbreihiof 

Mucnlncs. 
" " Mccormick's Reaper and Mower. 
•• •' John II. Manny's Reaper and Mower. 
" *' Blckfordft Huffman's iJraiu Drill. 
•' " II. A. Pitts Ic Co's Chicago Threshing 
Machines. 
Also a general stock of Agricultural Imple* 
ments ou hand, to which wm Invito the attention 
of larmers and others wishing to purchase. 
MCOLS & DEAN. 
nl-fim P. F. HODGES. 

1^*6 TAB L I S H E D 17 60. 

F»eter ILiorillarci, 

Snuir and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

lO and IH ChMBibrrS'Ht., 

(Formerly 42 Chambers Street, New York,) 
Would call the attention of Dealers to the articles 
oi his manufacture, viz : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

Macaboy, Demlgros^ 

Fine Rappee, Pure \ Irglnia, 

Coarse Itappec, Nachitoches, 

American (ientleinan, Copenhagen. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Ilonoy Dew Scotdi, 

High Ton St Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, 
Irish High Toast, or Lundyfoot, 
Fresh .*5i'otch. 
49* Attention is cnlledto the large rf«duction 
In prices of Fine-fut Chewing and .smoking To- 
baccos, which wdl 1h' found of a superior quality. 

TOBACCO. 

FINE CUT Cin:WING.— P. A. L.. or plain: 
Cavendish, or Sweet; bweet Scented Oronoco ; 
fin Foil Cavendish. 

>.MOKIN'..— Long; No. 1; No. 2; Nos. 1 and 2 
mi.\ed; (iranulatod; S. Jago; Spanish; Canas- 
ter; 'furki!*h. 

N. B.— A circular of pricps will be sent on ap- 
plication. marl5-ly 



J'^ 



ST 



ORlQikX BA!ROA.iM«» 



DRYGOODS, 

From New York Auction Sales. 
D. W. INtiERSOLL & CO., 

Aw Just rooelvlng their third purchase of 
SprlnflT and giummer 

!> It Y OOOI>S, 

Bought at the recent 

PANIC AUCTION SALES, 

And offer to their old customers great bargaln.s In 

ILiacLies' Oress GSoods, 

AS FOLLOWS: 



fttjgiurance. 



F. ^W. IVICHOLS, 

General Insurance Agent. 

II (5~M E . 

OF NEW HA VRN, CONNECTICCT. 

LORILLARD, 

METROPOLITAN. 

AND NIAGARA, 

OF NRW TOnK CITY. 



Pi$cdtanr0Ujl 



l^Iarine Insurance. 

OF BROOKLYN, A'/ilV YORK. 

L iIFe, 

MUTUAL BENEFIT, 

OF NEWARK, KKW JERSEY. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STORF, 
myO dly Third street, St. Paul, Min. 



F 



W 



A N T E 1) 



A Girl to Cook, W.ish, ftc, in a small family. 
Nene but a competent per.'ou need apply to 

BOOKSTORE, 



In the 



jin-'.'^ 



POST OFFICE Bi:iLDT\G. 



E. 



REMINCTON & SONS, 
Manufacturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

For the U. ."*. liovernineut. 
We .iNo iiianufactnri' a viiriety of 

of npprov.'l |);>tt''ins, for both Onlinnry and Fix- 
d .V^iiin.inition. tog-tlier wiih Rille and Soot- 
(".iin B irrcls. Cm Locks, Mountings, and Uun 
.Materiils ijenerully. 

t^Pric' lists iiud Circulars furnished on ap 
plioatiuu. Adtlce'is 

S3. UJE.UI.-VUTOIV A HUSH, 

llion, N. Y. 




J. 



jeil-riTn* 



pIONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AG«ICULTUUAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Pike streets. 
Thh i>->tutjlishineut is now in lull operation, an 
is prepar'-d to f«rni>h all kiuds of 

IKON AND BKASS 

CASTIN(iS, FOROTNO, ftc, 
at the lowest Eastern rates, viz, Heavy Mill cast 
in^-.i. Columns, .^ash weijrliis, (Jrati' Bars, .Sleigh 
<ho^s, Jtc, three cents per pound. Brass cast- 
in2>', lJab!)it metal, L',") to :5'i cents per pound. 
Lu.lie work #1.00 per day. I'artlfu'ar attentlo i 
given to .Steam En<rine and Boiler work. I'hresh 
ii.g Macldne repaii-ing pronip'ly atteudi'i! to. 

•s.eam Engines and Boiiers.fhreshing machines, 
n"w and secjud handeil, lor sale or exchange 
very low. 

GILMAN & BUSIINELL. 
St. P\t'i., .luly Sih, ls'._'. dJy 



ST. PAUL 



PROPERTY. 



For nuto. .'*li«r«'. lioiKlien. A mo, rteil 
■Bui:'*, .tlorli* in Fiii-^. %t'4ti>ii«>iiii, cVc. 
ln««>ct* on ■*laMti», FumI*. AuiniulM. dkc 

Put upin'J"i'',5'ic«ud;j!! B"\-es, Bo»fIe<a;'.d I'ti^ks 
#:tand $5 for Ih'tch, I'tihH,- lu.-ftUittimn, <jf. 

"Only Infaldble rem-dies known." 

" Free from Poi-ions." 

" Not daHger>ns to the Unman Familv." 

" Rats come out of th* ir holes to die." 

4^ Sold Wholi'sale in all large cities. 
>oid bv all Druggists and K'-tsflers e.'ervwhere. 
tfg" ! ! : BiWAi::. ! ! I of nil v.-orfhless Iniitatiens. 
tM'^f'^ that " C«»st.\k'.V names i.= on each Box, 
Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 

«7- Address HEXnV It. C'O.VTAD). 

»(ir Pi:iN<ip.vt. DKfoT48a B'hai v\.\v, .N. Y. 
*S- Sold by DAY & .H-.NKS, 

Wholesale and Krtail Ag.iits, 
ap-lO-diW^m St. Pnnl, Minnesota. 



RECEIVED, 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &c., 

Also, GRASS SCYTHES, SNATHS, F0KK8, 

RAKES AND CRADLES. 

A few casks of 

J?YVTS BXJRGi- CO AL. 

Alwavs on hand at lowest prices. Wholesale 
and Ki tail, Bar Iron, Sheet Iron, Elow .Ste«l, 
Spring Steel, Cast Steel, Nails, Spikes, Springs, 
A.\les, Bolis, Carriage Trimmings, Tliimble 
.Skeins. BhukNinith's Tools, Chains, and 

IIenv>' Hnf<l-waro. 

Wareiiouse 154 Third street, St. Paul. 

apir-ly 

WATSON WEirn, Jr., 
.«5uocessor to WALTER W. WEBB, 

WIIOLKAI^K DKAl.ER IK 

Foreign Wines, Brandies, 
(> I isr s . &c. 

Cognac Brands, 

Kochelle Brandy, 

Jumacia and St. Croix Rum, 
Holland Gin, 

Scotch Whiskov, 

Fine Old Bourbon Whiskey, 
Kyc and Monougahela Whiskey, 
Old Queens Wort, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old Sherry Wine, 
Madeira Wine, 
Scotch Ale, 
London Porter, 
Catwba Brandy. 
Week's, Sparking and .«tlll CaUwba, 

Drake's Calawbt and Plantation Bitters, 

Having connectea Rectitying with my business 

I am prppa>ed to Airnlsh Common and low 

priced Rye and Bourbon Whiskies at the lowest 

cash prices. 

mv 19 J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 

Wheeler & Wilson's 









MANUFACTURING COMPANY 







1S63. lSt)3. 1863. 

Humniov ArmiisroiMont. 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 



5!:?7o for a lot ^o feet by 150 in the vicinity ol 
Jackson street and Fweirdi. 

A first-class Stone Store on Third street. 

A !ot on Minnesota street, near Third, with 
building. 

Two Dwelling Houses, ^SOOeach. 

A beautiful lot Ofi f.-et by 200 with fine grove of 
trees. HENRY McKENTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 

St. Paul, May 14. IxOn.— diwrun 




:,000 yards best quality Hoxamblque. 
2,000 do striped Lonaa, at 25 cents. 
1,000 do PUld Arsollnas, 35 cents. 

800 do black and white Cballles, 30 cents. 
1,000 do striped Plaid and Mode. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

English & American Ginghams. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

CALICOES, 

Some as low as 15 cents. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to offer great 
bargains. 

Ladies' Collars, 

Embroidered, Linen and Ruffled. 
BAREGE AND GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from 12i^c to $1. 

In Olo^es and Hosier^', 

We have every variety, for ladles and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, silk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UilBRELLAS. 

" BBADLET'S " Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens w© ha-a Eroadclothe, Cassimeres, 
Ladles' Cloaklnflrs, and Meo'e Weer of all kinds. 
Also, Irish Linens, Table Llaens. Table Covers, 
Oil Cloth Corere, &c. 

We wUl sell at prices to defy competition. AU 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will find this the best place to buy for cash. 

I>. Wf, Inirersoll Sc Oo., 

ST. PAUI., BlJriV. 

my26-tf 

rpiIlRD STREET PROPERTY^ 

irOR 8ALTC, 

Lot 2, Block 22, Rice & Irvine's Addition— co'-ner 
lot, 72 feet tront on Third street and 150 feet on 
Hill street, adjoining Hope Engine House. WBl 
be sold low. 
TERMS— Part cash and part credit. 
Apply to D. COOPER, 

aplOtf Irvine's Block 



rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

JOHN BURNHAM, Proprietor, would respect- 
fully announce to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new aud commodious building on the 
corner of Jacksot and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
commodation of travelers, where he will tie hap- 
py »4> s<'e his old friends, and all others who may 
favor him with their patronage. The house i.s 
only two blocks from the st'-atnboat landing and 
railroad depot. Baggage " ill be carried from and 
to the bonis free of cktiroe. Jablc supplied with 
the b<'st the market affords. Good stabling at- 
tached to tho premises. 

St. Paul, AprU 9,1863. apU-ly 



LOUR, 

At Wholesale aud RetaU. 

Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 
AT THB 

Cannon Falls Miills, 

SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FEED for pale at the 

FLOUR ^VAREHOUSE 

OF 

c. m:. broomde, 

Thlrd-8t., between Jackaon and Robert-sts. 
Jan.ll-ly 



B 



OOTS AN1> SU0£6. 



AT 



NEW YORK PRICES. 

20 per Cent. Saved. 



BY 



BUYING YOUR SHOES 



AT 



BROWN'S 

ISTEW^ STORE, 
113 Third Street, 

One block above the Merchant's Hotel. 

Je5 V 

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O 



HEALTH 



^^ W . WOOLLEY, 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 

FOR^w>vRX)i3sra- 

A.ND 

OommisNiou Micrclxaiit, 

I>BALKR IN GROCKRIE8 

GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, tC, tC, fcC. 

Axn 

AGENT FOR THK 

PENNSYI.VANIA RAH^ROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul 
Boston, New Enphmd, Montreal, New York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
favorable terms. 
Mark packages, "C. W. WOOLLEY, 

St. P\ui., 
Janl-dly For 

dIsiontreville, 

D K N T I 8 X , 
(Office in French's Block,) 
Third Street, near tlie Pout Office, 

SAINT PAUL MINN^ESOTA 

iango-lv 

■p ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 

In Hennepin, Ramsey, Chisago, and Washing- 
ton Countl-t^. Also Lots in St Paul, Minneapo- 
lis, and St. Anthony: all ot which I will self at 
Low Prices aud ou favorabie teims of pa,>m nt. 
Eiiouire of 

P. P. WINTERMUTF, 

je21 at oflBce of Horn, Laud &. Galusha. 

■pv C. GREEN LEAF'S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 



PROMOTE GOOD 

CSETH". 

» AINX> ELION 

AND 

AVild Cherry Bitters. 

In Pint Bottles, price !»0c; in Quart Bottles, '5c. 

These Bitters are composf^d of the best Roota, 

Barks an<l Herbs known, aud peculiarly adapted 

to the immediate cure of all diseases produced by 

an inactive liver. 

Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

(LRE SICK HEADACHE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv bitters 

CUKE JaLNI'ICE. 
Dandelion and N\ ild Cherry Bitters 

CURE INDIGESTION. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CUKE COSTIVENF.SS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv Bitters 

CURE UKAKT BURN. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitter* 

CLKE WEAKNESS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bittt-rs 

CURE LOST APPETITE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

< lrf: »GCE, 

In its worst forms. They perform these cures 
simplv, by one office, regulating tlie Hver. 

For' sale by dealers in Medicines, everywhere. 
S. HLMINGToN, Proprietor, 
FarmersLurg, Clavton Countv, Iowa. 

For sale bv K. H. Biggs, H. W. Robinson, l*anl 
Reiger, St. Paul;S N.Wickersham, Charles Ben- 
sen, L. Weinand & Co., and S. td ards. Whole- 
sale Agent, Winona; Charles Uawley, Chatfield ; 
D. B !»tout, Preston; S. Y. Hyde, Fillmore; 
Charles Morrill, Marion; Capt. Mills andJ.D. 
Bnnee, Pleasant Grove; !S. B. Kobim-on, General 
Wholesale Agent, address C'liatfield, Min. 

Also— Huntington's Writing l'^uid ; Howe fc 
Stevens' Family Ove Colors : \ an Dusen's Worm 
Confections ; A an 'Dusen's Magical Blueing ; AI- 
den's Condition Powders; Talman & Collins' 
Concentrated Extract of Lemon; Talman & Col- 
liu^' Leather Prefcervative: Dutclier's Dead Shot 
for Bed Bugs; Sleeper's Lighting Fly Killer. 
I>AY 4k JEXKtt. St. Paul, 

mv2r-lv Wlio!«-ale and Retail Agents. 




Third Street. 




Saint Paul. 



CAUnYI>0 THK 



NOHTHWEST'N EXPRESS 



AND THK 

XJiiite<l .^tiitos jMCall. 

Thn roads are well stocked wltli first clast 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careful and expe. 
rif'nced drivers, all under the control of oompe- 
teat agents. 

8CHKDCt,v:or DE:*\UTt:'Ki:9 FKOMS.VIXTPAUl. 

For Stillwater— D»i!y. at 8 A. M. 

For Shakopf>e, .Toidon, St. Lawrence, Boll. 
Plain. Hend.Tson, I.e S-.eur, Ottawa, Travorne n- 
Bloux, St. Peter aud Mankato— Daily ai I o'clock 

A. M ._. „ 

For Rosemount, CastlP Rock, Northfield Can 
nor. City, Faribault, Medford. Clinton hMsand 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatonna, tor Wtlto .. 
.Kt. Miry'H, Winnebago Agency and MankatO 
Also for'Ric? Lake^ Claremout, Wasioja, Man 
torviUe, Rochester, ChalUeld, and Winona— DaUv 

at 4 A. M. „ ,^ , J 

For Indus^rlana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando, 
Montlcello, Clearwater, St. Augu«ta and St. 
Cloud— Daily, at 5 A. M. 

F<jrSimk llapids, Bell^ Prairie, Fort nijileyrnrl 
Crow Wing— Mondays, Wednesdays and Fii' 
da' -< at 5 o'clock A. M. 

For Richmond, Sank Centre. Aloxindrla 
Chippewa, Pomme di- Terre, Breckinridge, Fort 
Abercrorabin Mondays and Thursdays at 5 
o'clock A. M. , „ 

For Sunrise, w^lth oonuTtlons for Superiot 
and Bayfield — Mondays Wednesdays and Ffi 
days, at 7 o'clock A. M. 

Vm further particulars inquire at the Generul 
Office on Third Street. 
" J. C. BORBANK tc, CO. 

apSl-dly Proprietors. 



CATHC^I^T Aj: CO. 

AT THEIR OLD STORE. 

Tlili'rt Street St. Pn-ul, 

Are In receipt of their 

Spring Stock of Dry Goods 

We have a largo and beautiful assortment of 

T>RESS G^OODS, 

Which wo would Invite tho Ladies special atten- 
tion to. 
We would Invite .Alcrchant Tailors to call an 
examine our stock of 

Cloths and Fancy Cassimeres 

Which is very largo and desirable ; we are selling 
low. To Merchants from tlio Country, we pro- 
pose to job Goods at Chicago or Milwaukee prices 
— friiglit :ifM -d. Call and examine before buying, 
marl-d&wly CATHCARf & CO. 

ILL I AM D. STOREY 



STEAI^I !rt(il\i:S 0?l BOILER* 

PATENT FIRE EVAPOR.VTORS, 
PATF.NT StrOAU CANE .MILLS, 

PATRsr sr.; VM coir- i:v\tM:tATOR.s. 
PATENT STAMP MILLS 
Foi: 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and descriptions 
prices, &c. ; also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS 

AND MACHINEltV OF A I.I, DKSCRirTIONS, 

Too numerous to mention. 

CHICAGO, • - Ii.i,iNOi.x. 

P. VV. GATES, President. 

N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. 
mr7.d&wtv 

/' ^ UNS AND PISTOLS. 

>ViVi:. OOLCHEX^, 

Tliird Street. St. Paul, 

Calls the attention of Military n;id Sportirg 
Classes, to his large and wi-ll selected stock oi 
SHOTtilTNS, WK.SSON'S & BALLARD CAlCf 
RIlXiE RIFLE, SMITH & VV ES.->ON.'S', COLT'S 
and others' make of PISTOLS, *c. 

A large stock of Fishing I'ackle of all descrip- 
tions. 

Fine laminated steel barrel Shot Guns, made 
to order. 

Jtif Repairing promptly attended to. 

POWDER, bUOlBud CAPS, for sale. 

my31-?ra 

A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 

scrrnEs, snitits, forks, hoes, cul- 
TirATfuis Axn rr.nws. 

CORN PLOWS on hand and fjr sale at the 
owest market rates. 
je.Vtf NICOLS, DEA N k CO. 

COMl'LETE ASSORTMENT OF 



W 

ATTORNEY AND COCNSELLOR AT LAW 
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
RK.KKF-RKNCES: 

Hon. George Opdyke, Now York Cltv 

,Iohn (f. freadwell Albany, New York 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D...... Albany, New York 

Hon. R. A. Law, Chicago. Ills 

G 'o. S. Blanchard, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cha^e, McKfnney and Moors Bostu>n 

E N R Y M c K E N T Y , 



A 



WAnos' firritf?, sroKEs, bextaxd sa w 

KU FELL OES, SUA ETS, <f C, 
All of the very t>e-'t material, jusi recidvod and 
olr sale by 
ap'.'l ly' NICOL S ft DEAN. 

~~~" o'c 



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H 




POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 



I 15,000 

Of them in use in this oounti7 
and Europe. 

These are the Only machines making 
(he Locic Stitch with the Rotating 
Hool(. 

Are profitable and available a life 
time. 

Equal to ten seamstressos. 

An annual dividend of 100 to 60Q 
per cent. Ton their cost) may be obtained in 
use — by t n e i r possesso r . 

The Class Cloth-Presser, (ao popu- 
lar,) can only be had with, these Machines, 
v. :il. jrUllXMW.'V, j*irent, 

jyH 204 Third street, St. Paul. 

Tj^LORENCE SEWING 
MACHIlSrE AG^ENCY. 

Directly opposite Stees' Furniture Store, 

Tliird Street, 

Makes four tn.-^TiNCT stit<;hk8 on one and the 
•<ame machine, all of which make the seam alike 
on both sides of the fabric. 

It combines all the good qualitiei of other flrst 
class Machines, and possesses many advanUgcs 
over any anil all of them. 

It i^ the most simple and pkrfect In its con- 
struction of 

ANY YET OFFERED TO^ THE PUBLIC. 

No Machine covers so great a range of work. 

a^ It seira Six or Eight Ihickneises of Full 
Cloth doivit to the fine»tjabric, with equal facili- 
ty, icithout rhaiiffe nf tension. 

FEEDS TO THE RIGHT OR LEFT. 

No dllDculty experienced In sewing across thick 
seam. 

Runs more quiet than anv other Machine. 

They are the FASTEST SEWFittS in the 
WORLD. 

A child o*^ ten years can 

ADJUST illE NEEDLE, 

As easilv as an experienced operator. . 

Thev give universal satisfaction whereverused. 

i he-most inexperienced can work them per- 
fectly and with easo. 

Thev range in price from $5^ to $115. 
«- EVERY MACHINE WARBANTED.-CT 

Hemmers and all necessary tools included. 
G. W. BAHCOCK, Agent. 

J y 1 5 c or. 3d and Minuesota-sta.. St. Paul. 

rpAKEN UP. 

f he subscribi'r has taken up a dark red COW ; 
brindle head and Ugs, rather old. The owner is 
reiniested to come forward, pay charges and take 
her away. BUIDiiET MAN LE\ , 

Near the German Catholic Church, 

lyI5-:jt* St. Paul. 



F. 



C. LIGHTE & CO., 



(Late Llghte k Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacturers, 

431 Broome-8t., IVew York, 

SECOND BLOCK EAST OF BROADWAY 
Mr. F. C. LIGHTE, the original founder of this 
well-known Establishment, Senior Pan ner, and 
only Practical Piano-Forte Maker of the late 
Arm of " Lighte & Bradburys," having retained 
his Two-Thirds interest in the whole business 
stock, materials, &c., and Sole Proprietorship in 
his V'alnahle Pntentu, inclusive of his celebrated 
PATENT INSUi-ATED IRON FRAMES, is the 
only one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANO- 
FORTES for which this house has been so popu- 
lar. *S" All infringements on his rights will be 
prosecuted according to law. 

O" All Piano- Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted perfect in every respect for five years. 
Liberal Tbrms to Dkalkrs. 

F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 



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421 Broome-8t., New York. 



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lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



•The ladies and gi'..!i('iiicii oi ibis citv and vicin- 
ity, are invited to call and e.samine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

OF NEW STYLK8 OF JF.WELET, 

Grold and Silver Watclies, 

CLOCKS, SILVER WARE, PLATED WARE, 

DIAMOND GOODS, SILVER TEA SETS, 

Castors, Cake Bsskets, Gold Chains, Rings 
ThimUles, and everything else pertaining to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, 

My goods were purcliascd exclu.-iively for ca«h 
from tlie largest, wliolesale houses in the Union, 
and are for sale at tiie 

LOWEST 3PRICES. 

All goods warraned precisely as represented. 
Cab paid for old Gold and .^^iiver. A full supply of 
WATCH ilAIEUiALS aJ\\ay-> oi! hand. 

Ageut for Sclh Tliomas' Clocks, also agent for 

the celebrated 

American Watclies. 

Particular attonMon p-iid to repairing every 
description of Watchts, Clocks, and .Jewelry in 
the h«»st possible mann 'r. We manufacture all 
kinds of 

Or anv other pattern of .Jewelry, kc, in our lltie. 
All work will be done pron^ptly In a woikmun- 
like mann«^r an ' «i.itivK than any ••thkk t p- 

TABLlMOtKNT IN THI> *t-rTION OK THK 0.>''>- 

TRY. All ord IS by letter or otherwise will re- 
ceive prompt attention. 

All kinds of new wheels and new parts of the 
watch manufactured for the trade at a rea.«onable 
discount. 

Store in Greenleaf's Block, opposite Concert 
Hall, near the Post Office. 

apbtf. D. C.GREENLEAF. 

"at X. blake:\lvn-s the 
NEW 



Chicago ^ivtxt\^tmttA$. 

mlmm^^o. & co. 



WH0L&8ALE DKALEBS Ul 



BOOTS & SHOES, 



IVo. SS I.ake Street, Cklcar*. 



We have In store and offer to the Trado a rery 
DESIRABLE and CHOICE STOCK of BOOTS 

AND SHOES of the best styles, selected several 
months since, belore the late advance ia foods, 
which we will sell 

LOW FOR CASH. 

OK 

Sh.ort A-pproved. Credit. 



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SAUNDERS, BROTHER » CO.. 
ax Lake S'reet. 



SPRING 
CHAN Is 



TRM)E. TO THE MER- 

SOF THE NORTH-WEST. 
We respectfully invite you to examine our une- 
qualled Miscellaneous ►tock of 
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, YAN- 
KKi: NtHTONS, WOOLEN GOODS, 
HOSIERY, C 0< KERY. CHINA, 
GLASS. CUTLE' Y, PLATED 
GOODS, ETC., ETC. 
No house in the country offers better induo©- 
ments in goods and priceB. We have every £tcU- 
ity and are prepared to sell the Best Cash Trade 
at a profit b. low h^stern figures 

4»-S|>ecial stteniion paid toall orders acoom* 
uieu with money or references. 

ttnWKX BROTHERS, 
Importers aad Jobber*, 
Nos. 72, 74 and 76 Lake St., Chicago. 
m^1-1y. . 



Indemnity can be had. 

Steps are being taken by the Government to as- 
certain who have suffered loss in property, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have allthe necessary forms, and 
are possessed of superior advantages for having 
these claims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give special attention tr 
such as are placed in their hands. 

SMITH & GILMAN, Attorneys' 

St. Paul, Sept. 24, 1862. 



SCHN ABEL 



DEALKR IX 

Tt^A.!^ ESTATE, 

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
4^ Will also locate Land| Warrants and sel 
Seal Estate ou Commission. anS-dlfewly 



DKALERS I!T 

Oliiiia, GrlttHM &■ ICartl&eu 
Ware, 

WITH AS KNIiI.KS.S VAKIETV OK 

Housekoepiii^ Articles. 

It Is the design of this House to su]>ply HOUSE 
KEEPERS with every possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. Ilo Third-st., 

COE. THIRD AND ROBERT-STS., MIN. 

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/^^ EO. E 

In Maffets Castle, corner Jackson and Fourth 
street, 

DEALER IN 

GROCERIES, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps constantly on hand the choicest Brans of 
Flour, Nice Leaf Lard, Lamb's Sugar Cured 
Bams, and Dried Beef, Corn, Com Meal, Oats 
and Bran. 

He has made arrangement* to receive, two or 
thnM' times a week, from the country, the choic- 
est Roll Butier. , . ,. r r 

Goods delivered to all parts of the dtyj, free of 

charge. """' 



JEWELRY STORE, 




mar29. 



F AIRB ANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

OF ALL KIMDS. 
Also, WarehouseTrucks, LetUr 
■wHir^^'i^ Presses, ke.. ko. 

FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAFi CO., 
172 Lake Street, Chioag o. For sale In St. Ptul, 
by.I.C. AH.C. Burl»n» aCo. . ., ^ . 

Be careftil to buy only the genuine. Jeli^wly 




STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 
OF RAMSEY— District Court, for Second 
Judicial District.— ss. 

i U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orlg- J 
j inal Process, 50 cents. J 

Ira Bidwell, Plaintiff, against Joseph Daniels, 

DeWitt C. Taylor, and Henry L. Moss, Dc- 

fendants.— Summons. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To the above named Defendants • 

You and each of you are hereby summoned and 
required to answer the complaint In this action 
which complaint is on lUe in the office of the 
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy of your 
answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, 
at his office in Saint Paul, Minnesota, within 
twenty days after tho service of this summons 
upon you, exclusive of the day of such servico, 
and if you fall to answer the complaint within 
the time aforesaid the Plaintiff In this action will 
take judgment against you for the sum of two 
thousand and sixty dollars, with Interest thereon 
from the lOtb day of »*pt«oiber, 1M7, at the rate 
of seven per oent. per aoaum, Dasldes oosta and 
disborsemeute. . ,^ . .„., 

Dated Saint Paul. Minn., Jane 10th Mftl. 
GEO. L. OTIS, PWnilff '• ^tto^njv, 

^Xi-«w ^ Saint Paul, Minn. 

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Four doors below THOMPSON & BROTHER'S 

Bank, and next door below SHAW'S 

Fashionable Hat Store, 

On Xliird Street, 

Can be seen splendid 

SILVER TEA SETS, CAKE BASKETS, ICE 

PITCHERS, CASTORS. 

Solid Silver Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Opil and Ruby Rings, Solid Gold Ear- 
Rings aud I'ins in sets. 

From 01S to iSSCO. 

$10,000 worih of SETH THOMAS CLOCKS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
Those wi"hing to snpplv themselves with a per- 
fect Clock, will buy the SETU THO.MAS 
CLOCK of 

A. bil..ak:ema.iv. 

N. B.— The Cheap American Gothic Clock, at 
Factory prices. All warranted to run well. 

A FINE A6SORTMKNT of thc AmtTican 
manufactured Watch adjusted to lieat and cold, 
and tho most perfect timer made. A. BLAKE- 
MAN sells them at manufactory prices. Don't 
mistake thc place. Be sure that you call in at 
THE NEW JEWELRY STORE. aplSly 

Dr. T. D. SIMONTON, 

DETsTTIST. 

Ingersoll's Block. Bridgti square, St. PauL 
»-Teetn lUM-rted in the'oosi st>le on Gola, 
Silver and Vulcanite. J«* 

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FOR. S-AJ-K, 

THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, 
viz : . « . .^ . J 

. >t..^ Jot in block 11, Whitney & Smith s Ao- 

LotV 4 and 5 in block 58, and lots 14 and 15 In 
block la, in Irvine's Enlargement to Rice & Ir- 
vine's Addiilon. . , , _ , 

Lot « in block 2.1, lot 9 In block 55, and lot 9 in 
block ;>(■> in Rico a Irvine's Addition. 

A lot '^n Davton Avenue, adjoining tho proper- 
ty of Maj Culien, lOo feet Iront. 

lots 7 and S in Mock 2.3, St. Paul Proper. 

Th.reare valuai'lo improvements on said last 
two mentioned lots, con^:sUng of a stone store 
on Wabashawst.,and a lirst-cla.-s dwelllug bouse 
on F'ourthst. 

The ab . ve property will be sold on liberal terma 
as to cash and credit. 

Inquire at the office of 

* fcPENCER fc CARVER, 

1 ngersoU's Block, or of 
GROFFk BXILEY, 

under Thompson's Bank. 

jagf Rooms to rent in Irvine'sSjlock. 

St. Paul, June 3d, 1S<>3. Je4-Sm 




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OR THE CARS 



Our Omnlbusses will run to and from the prla 
cipal Hotels and Boats in connection with tba 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Paasengers and baggage will be called for la 
an wer to orders lelt at the American, Intema- 
tion 1 and Merchants, or at our office. 

jv.S J.C. BURBANK fc CO. 

"PXPRESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Messengers to 

SI. ANTONY AND MINNEAPOLIS 

Txvioo Dally, 

Leaving St. Paul at 11.30 A. M. and 6 r. H.; re- 
turning arrive at 8.:W A. M. and C.TO r. M. Pack- 
ages w eighing 50 lbs. or less, and not exceeding 
S>oO in value will be carried for tkx <ent8, and 
delivered at owner's doors. Particular attention 
will be paid to filling orders. I'uichases will be 
made at bi-st rates obtainable aud no charge made 
for such servirts. 

Express matter for St. Cloud and all Interm^ 
diate points will leave St. Paul, Mondays at 6.45 
A.M. and Tuesdavs aud Thursdavs at 5.00P. M. 

jclO-tf J. C. BURBANK fc OO. 



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ASH! CASH!! CASH!!! 



Paid for good No. 1 Cotton Rags. Four eentsfor 
the b«'st kind of old white paper, and old books 
of any kind, and will send to any part of the city 
for them, if vou leave your orders at Davenport ■ 
Book .store; Patuam^s, P. O. Box 1542, or at 
West's, on Robert street, next to Third. 
mari4tf J. W1CST._ 



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MAStrrACTUREK IW n DRALKR tX 



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COFFEE, SHEET fSOA AND TUf 
OPPOSITE TUX niO CLOCK, 

JACKSON STREET. St. Paul, MinnMOtat 
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BED RTVBR TRADE. 



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rVTr«K OV Tim IMI.KN.VTIONML TR-^UK. 

The dip.iiture home>*:vril. k tiay or two 
sluoo. of tin- roar-KMiar.l of IVinblna nvm. 
well laden >^ith minhiuuliso, MiRs;est* some 
nfiection» on the rise nnd propres'* oi that 
braneh of our tra-K . While *on- «re n.unUr. 
viu)i»iv alnn.lv uimiliar with 

L'OlO- 



ot' our eitl/1'11-' 



rtiu^ subiea. a .sketeh of the orig.n ot the eolo- 
nle^onKed river, and of th. ^nnrth of th. 
lra.ie wlneh i. o,uried on by th.>e earavauH ol 
singular vova^enrs. will I* interent.np. Vh- 
cau«e ne^v. to a large pri»i>ortion ol our njad- 
ers, 

I VOV> WNO OK THK SKTTLKMK.NT. 

In ISllthe Hudson Hay CmiKiny. at th.- 
instanuc of 1-ord Selkirk. >et up a elaim ot 
oxclu-slve jurisdietion over the immense region 
which Is now under their control. In l«l"2 
thev established a fort on Kcd Uiver. now 
called Fort Carry, and lA)rd Selkirk pianteii 
hU cclonv. since known as "Selkirk's .Sett'e- 
mcut," under Is proU'Ction. The company 
fjunded their cl.imof exclusive trade and 
civil jurlidlciion in thi" ct>untr>- primarily 
open a charter granted by Charles I. of date 
1670, coverias all the waU*r sIojm! of Hudson's 
Bay,' aud next upon a tenure of exclu-iivc 
trade ({ranted 1h ms, for 21 year^. and apply- 
ing to ihe re-;t of ultra CoW.nial British Ameri- 
The Immense system of lakofl and rivers. 



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ca. . , . ■ 

ramlfyinj? through the whole upper halt ol 
North America, and centmlising, by easy 
3cce*s from everv- part of the fur-»>earing 
lOtie, m this central bivln of the Winnipeg, 
wl hits Ailantlo outlets, and i:« «omparativcly 
genial climate, particularly adapt it to llie 
uafllc iu furs. 

/ THE Ht USON llAV COMPAW. 

Throughout thi» rei;ion. the Hudson Bay 
Company have established th rty-thrce trail- 
ing posts, two or three hundred miles apart, 
along the stwams. 

The license of exclusive trade expired on 
the first of Jnne, 18,')9. A i)0\verful movement 
orlginafng in the 1o<-a1 d^satfect.on of the Col- 
ony, was formed in Canada in l8o6-"57. to pre- 
Tcnt the extension of their license. This natu- 
rally called the attent v>n of the po<ip!e of Can- 
,da and the Un ted States to the subject. It 
evi-n broached in England. A parliamen- 
tary invest-:rat:on was ordered, and the read- 
ing world was astonished to find that a region 
iis^'large as both the Canadas, and equalling 
'.hem in resources, was locked up in the t«?m- 
p irate zone, the secret of a iiiouo\H-)lizing com 
paiiy of fur-trmlers. The I'razer river gok: 
exciteruent stdl farther called attention to thi.s 
region. The Hudsou Bay Company's exclu- 
sive licvnsc was not renewe*!, and a change of 
ministrv only prevented the formation of a 
chain of Colonies to reach from the Canadas 
to the Pacific. 

HKr.TCH or Till'. flETTLBMUNT-. 

We have not (*]iace nmv to give any hit^orv 
of tliP hcttlcments on Uo<l Kiver. During 
their early years the colonic*, were more than 
once broken up by famine, failure of crops. 
Indian hostilities, «c.. but finally succeeded 
in crvercomiiiff all o>>stacles aud are no.v flonr- 
i>;hing and pro«»i)crou3. Thev stretch up and 
down the Red Uiver for more than seventy 
mllef , and contain a population of about l^,- 
000 souls. The settlors arc generally Scrrtch 
and English emigrants, Canadians and their 
ha'f-brccd descendants. The latter are brave, 
hardy, frugal and intelligent. Their annual 
buffalo hunt.s enrich them w 1th hides, meat 
and tallow. From the two latter they make 
pemmican— a useful winter article of food. 
In IS^JG there were in the colony 9,253 homed 
cattle, many of them imported breeds, and 
2,799 horscH, with many tlocks of sheep, in 
all 2.429, which latter especially do well. The 
cUmate is mild, and the f^oll rich. readUy pro- 
ducing all grain crops except com. Wheat 
especially yields heavily. The community on 
the British Hide forms a distinct mnnlcipality 
under a Governor and Council, appointed by 
the Hudson Bay Company. The community 
on tlds side Ls called Pembina, and has an U. 
S. Post-office and Custom House. 

\ NEW ROtTK TO KED UIVER. 

An effort wa^ made in 1859 by the Canadians 
to reopen the old thoroughfare between Cana- 
da and Prince Rupert's I^nd (which had l)een 
used by the old voyagers,) through Rainy 
Lake river and the great Lakes. The route 
presented snch natural obstructions that it haa 
been virtually abandoned, except as a mail 
route, and the Minnesota route is generally 
used by them. 

Ix)ng before th's, however, the trade of the 
Red River colony had been making for itself 
a new route, wh ch was found to obviate the 
difficulties of both the Hudson Bay, and 
Rarny Lak3 Route. This was up the Red 
River, and down the Mississippi Valley, to St. 
Paul. 

ST>JiJIBOAT NAVIGATION ON HMD RIVER. 

1 n the Summer of 1859, a small steamboat 
called the "Pioneer" 60 tons burthen was 
placed on Red River by the energy of a few 
M.nnesot ans, and made several trips. From 
'he first arrival of this boat at the settlements, 
may be dated the beg'nn'ngof a now era for that 
reg on. American Enterprise seemed to have 
taken ho'd of the colony. A new demand for 
American goods sprang up. Two steam saw 
mills were erected. A newspaper was cstab- 
li-ihed, and the schools, churches and other 
means of self-improvement were doubled in 
power. The people, so long shut out from the 
world, seemed to have awakened to a knowl- 
edge of their state and their wants. 

The Hudson Bay Company, too, altered 
their exclusive policy, and while not entirely 
abandoning their annual sh=p voyage to and 
from Eag'and, made a step towards adopt- 
ing the shorter and more economical route 
through M nnesota, by making a contract 
w^th Burbank & Co. for the transportation of 
f.om 250 to 500 tons annually, from .St. Paul 
to Ft. Oarry, for a term of years. The further 
developemcnt of steam nav'gation on the Red 
River, Lake Wiunepeg, and Its tributaries, 
will draw the whole trade of that va<rt region 
Into the new route hithcrward. 

THE M1NNK.H0TA UOtTl:;. 

The first lecordcd trading joumey from fcc 
Red River to the Mississippi, was in 1820, 
when the exigencies of the RedTliver Settle- 
ment obliged thi-m to procure seed from 
Prairie du Chien, then the most northerly 
settlement on the Mississippi. The voyage 
was accomplished all the way by water.cxcept 
a narrow portage between Big stone I^ke aud 
Lake Traverse. At a later day, when the set- 
tlements began to grow rich,droves of the Red 
River cattle were someiiiucs brought over this 
route to Mendota. 

It was in 1844, two to three years before the 
settlement of St. Paul, that the first trading 
trip was made between these points. It was 
undertaken by our fellow townsman, Nomian 
W. Kittson, Esq., who established a trading 



were made at a porttlve low, but attention ^n» 
thereby called to the advantage* of the now 
nnite, and it soon drew quite a large travfll 
over it. From this time, which was about the 
date of the organ Izatlbn of the TeiTitory. the 
trade »muually increawil, and soon Iwcamo 
one of great import^mcc to the growing young 
cit>' of St. rmil. 

llli; I'F.MMINA CAUTH. 

The iransn.>rtJ»tiou MMin iH'gaii to be made 
by the p.culiiu- two-wheeled vehicle still In 
use, called a Pembiua cart— l>ciug coustructed 
by the enten'rising colonists eniirely of wood 
at a (»st of about W) each. Into this cart, by 
a rmle harness of hide, is hitched an ox or 
lH)ny, and a load varying irom 500 to 700 n»s. 
is drawn steadily tor 10 and 15 miles p«T day, 
during this four weck» annual journey over 
the smooth prairie roads between here and 
Pembina. 

From five to six hundred of thcso mde 
carts, tlrawn by the swartiiy half-bn-eds of the 
Red River colonies, have visiu^d our city each 
summer for the past twelve or fifteen years. 
During 1S.)9 and the two subsequent seasons, 
the numlH-r wa.s reduced somewhat, as the 
steamboat running on Rt>d River took a part 
of the trade usually done by the carts. This 
season the lH)at is not running owing to low 
water, but the Indian troubles on the frontier 
and the high prices of gt>ods have reduced Uie 
number A' carts this year to 275. 

\ largo numlHJr of these carts came ftx)m 
ihe British side. In 1857, 300 came from bc- 
vond the lint!. Their return loads were esti- 
mated at !9150 each or «i5,000 in all. The 
following year 400 came ttom that side. This 
;> in spite of the duties levied on both side* of 
the line. 

TOF AUTICI,F.a OV TSAPF. 

The carts generally bring down ftirs, and In 
such quantities that $100,000 worth have 
been received here in a single year. They 
take back loads of such merchaiuliie as they 
most need \n their settlement, .\mong these 
we note groceries, snch as teas, coffee, sugar, 
spices, liquors, and tobacco. Dry goods— 
mostly cloths, blankets, and ready made 
clothing, hat.s. »xx)ts, and shoes. Tin. wooden 
and hollow ware, stoves and other household 
iuticlcs ai-e l.<u-goly purchased. Powder and 
lead, guns, aud tools are also st.iples with 
them, while drugs to some extent, leath- 
er, nails, and gla&s complete Iho list. In 
farm and garden implement^?, the trade is 
large. Ploughs, hoes, spadef, forks, srvthes, 
and every other agricultural tool is bought. 
Smce a»)OUt 1856 a number of reaping and 
thresh ng macliines have been taken to Red 
river, and, more latterly, sevinp machmet are 
observed to figure. If the average of past years 
holds good this year, over ;?10,000 worth of 
goods have been bought by these rwarthy 
northmen. One house alone, reports having 
sold them St 14,000 worth of tobacco. 

THK FTTtRH OP THB TRAPB. 

For several years — Indeed since soon after 
the settlement of Miunc<>ota— the project of a 
railroad through our State to this region haf 
bt>cn a necessity evident to all. The advan- 
tages of this routo for a northern branch of the 
Pacific Railroad has long bceti urged, and 
acknowledged, too, by those who will have a 
controlling infiuenco in the location of the 
road when built. We say " when l>uilt," for 
it is only a matter of time. That the rich 
areas to our northwest will at uo very tVitnro 
day have a railroad comraunlcatioti to both 
the Pacific and Atlantic seaboards, no one 
who reflect.* on the rapid devclo\>ment of the 
northweet can doubt. Already the rails arc 
stretching from our city Red-Rivcr-ward, and 
wc look forn ard with bright hoi)es, soon to b« 
reailied, when the trains of creaking Pembina 
carts will give way to trains of cars, carrying 
to the Red River valley our manufacture* and 
merchandise, and bringing thcnca the pro- 
ducts of that region to s-well our trade and 
enrich our city. y 



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SuppOUT HoMx M ANUFACTUitE— Tb^-ro 

li a Strong prejudice agaliut urtlcleii of American 
mAnu(kotur«, and Justly, tou, Iu niany c«s.'», but 
not so with Del^nd * Co.'s tlianiaa SuUrntut. 
Th|» U tho »H««t Rrtlcif In exlstt-nce for cooking 
purposes, yot many fandllo* sr.' using KogH h 
•od«, when this Sab ratusls much better, aud by 
using It you a patroidilng howf production. For 

•ale «very wh«re. 

- - - »m» — 

OkFICK OV THK .VMF.KirAN ExPUKHS 
0>MrANT, ar. I'AtL, July •-•0. iwv« -W.- would 
rc«p«ctftilly announce to the pu' lie tbst we are 
uow prepared to forward express matter o»cr all 
the interior route* of tlu- .StHt4' h.-ntoforo pur- 
chm»oU of J C. Bui bunk & Co.. vli : St. I'aul to 
Mankato. Hastings to KaribiiuU and Dwatonna. 
WInoM to niatfiold. Roch.'»tor, Owatonna. and 
all int<«nnedlafe point* and that we are now pre- 
pared to trmniiact a g.-neral Freight, Package and 
Moaey Kxpross nu»inos»,cn all the above routes. 

J>*lw "■"^' ■""^ 



CHAS. II. KAlON,l>iv.Supt. 



Gknkrai. Ordkrh, No. 1 .—Every body 

wh3 wl*he» to learn to wiite an el.'gant busluoss 
haud, U hereby orderod to report In piTSon to 
Prof. Pn>»ton, at lleadtpiarti r«, Coucrt Hall 
Block, on August 1st, to form a Writing Class. 
Premlnnu to the amount of «t:iO will be dUtribu- 
tt»d to the b<'«t wrltem In the clans. 



The curtain dropped, and the pufiormance 
was suddenly ended, aud It was oniy at toe 
soluitatiuu of many prominent ei.izens 
that Mr. Macready was luductd to con- 
tinue his engagement on tho following Thurs- 
tlay oveuing. 'I'he disturbauccsof the previous 
Monday, however, was renewed on that night. 
A mob of rullians, excluded from the opira 
house by the i)o.icc, comuienccd a violent at- 
tack ui)on the outside of ihe building with 
stones aud Oiher missies, and it was found to 
Ir- necesbarv to cjill out a militury force to 
suppie.ss tlie disturbance, which had now 
lussunied the character of a riot. Several vol- 
leys uf muskeiry were tired, by which twenty- 
two persons were killed and thirty-.-.ix wound- 
ed. The rioters then disiKised. J'his was fil- 
tetu years ui^o, and New York has not since 
had a riot until the terrible one of last week 
broke out. 

Afior these scenes of violence, Mr. Mac- 
ready made no further iitUiupts to act In New 
York, aud soon atterwards lelt the country. 
In I8o0-Til he perforuied ii series of tiirewcll 
engagement.^ in Luglaml, mid on the 2tflh ol 
Februiu-y, Ihol, took his final leave of the 
suge at Drury Ijme. He has since hvcd In 
retirement down to the jHiriod of his death, at 
the advanced age of .seventy years. 



^m ^AvtxtmmmU* 



SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE, 
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 



Castello & Van Vleok's 

MAMMOTH SHOW, 



AND 



0-i*ea.t IM[oz*a.l £2xliil>itiun. 



API* nKALEKl IN 



St 



— » ■ » « » 

Ciut-K tji: \KTii;hMAvrii:K's <)kkic«, | 
I'A' L, Mi.N.Ni.soiA, July •-•l^t. l^a. i 



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How CaPT. F.UtRKU. MKT HIH DkaTH. 

—By the following letter sent to C. B. Mayo, 
Esq., will be gained the particulars of the 
death of Captahi Farrell. It is ImpoHslble to 
read this touching account, and not ted s sad- 
ness at the death of so brave and bclo»t>d • 
soldier, cut oflT In the prime of life : 

On the 3d Inst., all provost guards were 
ordered to the front, and thus the guard of 
which the late Captain Farrel was in command 
was engaged with the enemy during the san- 
guinary action of the 3d inst.. In which the 
Captain was one of tho first to receive a wound. 
He was wounded in the breast, when he said 
to me, " IJeutenant. take command of the 
company, for I am wounded." Immediately 
after, and even liefore he had tumed to go to 
the rear, he received a mortal wound ftom a 
minle ball through the bowels. When he fell, 
I detailed two men to carry him to the rear. 
He was put into an ambulance and conveved 
to the corps hospital, about two and a half 
miles from the field. The hospital was an 
orchard with mother earth for a bed and the 
canopv of heaven for a covering. Here he 
died at 12 : 30 p. m. on the 4th of July. A 
meml)cr of his company remained with him 
and administered to bis wants till the last. 

It was utterly Impossible to procure even 
boards with which to make a box, but he was 
burled In his blanket under the branches of 
an apple tree. A head board made from a 
piece of a cracker box, engraved wi:h a jack 
knifo bv the drummer boy of his company, 
bears his name, rank, and regiment. 

Captain Wl'son B. Farrell was a gootl so'dlcr 
and eflliient orlicer, and in his death his conn- 
trv' as well as his friends have sustained a 
great loss. He was held in high esteem by his 
brother officers, the survivors of whom join 
wi h yon In lamenting his early death. I 
would have written you earlier but for the 
reason that I have been constantly on duty, 
beyond the reach of our bagga^ie wagons, aiid 
it was an Impossibility to procure the material 
with which to write a letter. 
Very respectfully. 

Your obedient senant, 
W. HARMON, 

Lieut. Com. Co. C, 
1st Minn. VoU. 



Oi^vfiBV* from Hlchmoad. 

They do not underrate, in Kiihinond, 
tie importance of the riots which last 
week disgr.iced New York. Thf llic h- 
raond IHspatch of tho l8th. which has just 
come to our hands, says : 

We have some intelligence from the North 
this morning far more welcome, ami much 
more Important than foreign intervention. 
The peace meeting.s In New York, so bitterly 
ridiculed bv the unthinking— whoso safe par- 
allels bv which the an l-war people of the 
North were working into open resistance to 
IJncoln's government— have liome their fruit. 
The white Hag has In-en suddenly lowered, and 
the red battle ilag nowwa\es in New \ oik 
over streets wet with the gore of Lincoln s 
hated minions. This grand movement m 
New York is hut the precursor ot a series of 
similar outbreaks. Alreadv have riots follow- 
ed In Hartford, Ct., and Newark, N. .1.. and 
in a few days we shall hear from the \\ est. 

The Dispatch does not expect to hear 
of the mob as triumphant, yet it looks for 
tho jjreatest advantages ibr the rebels 
from tliis movement. How? Let the 
rebel journalist explain : 

Tlieso dcinon.titraions mnv, and doubtless 
will, Ix- put down by the iwn hand of the 
military, but there xcill be no enforcement of the 
draft after quiet is restored^ These people 
have clecte>l to die in the .street* ra'her than 
submit to the hateful tyranny of Lincoln, and 
have proved thcm.'-clvus in earnest by pouring 
out their blood. They have shown a spir.t 
which Lincoln, too glad to sec subside, will 
never agahi rouse. Already he is cweiing 
before it, and tcleuraphs to Gor. Sti/tnour that 
the draft trill be suspt^fied in Xetc iork. When 
he shall have had lime to fill tho city with 
troops this promise ma> not lie respectcil ; but 
he cannot till all, or even a half dozen, of the 
large cities at the Nor. h with sufficient force 
to enforce the ct>nscription. He ha> not the 
men to sp.irc, and ve may iirv iafclucnnciudc 
that the dai/g as tctU as the soldiers of the Fed- 
eral army are numbered. Theic will be no 
.addition t.1 its stiengtli. and it is confe.sseii on 
all hanils that the pre^ent Yankee force under 
arms c;in never begin to subdue the Confcd- 
eracv. Let us have more of hese outpouriiiirs 

a few more great cities on the mourner's 

bench— some more gutting and sflckiiig of 
houses, and hanging and mutilating of men. 
It saves the Conlcdeiate troops a deal ot 
m.irchin5 nud fighting, and lops off many a 
(rcarv- month of this war. The sacking and 
burning has In-en heretofore at the South. 
Our compliments to our northern brethren, 
and may they enjoy their turn. 

Tho rebels comprohcn 1 the hittialioii 
perfectly ; they fee their adv.intage in l!io 
report circolatcd here by snch journals as 
the World and Daily News, ind by eueh 
men aa called the mob their friends, and 

auickly aent down to Richmond that the 
raft would be »toppe<l — the shrewd 
reboli rouse from their despondency, and 
seo victory ooce more in their grasp. 
They see our victorious armies, weak- 
ened by bard fighting, assailed by their 
own forces »trengthened by an energetic 
conacription ; aud already they flatter 
themselves that the victors of Vieksburg, 
of Gettysburg and of TuUahoma are given 
over to their nanda. 

Here we see confessed the real object 
of tho recent riots. It was not to save 
tho poor man from sen'ing under arms, 
but It was to disable our army, and save 
the rebels from ruin. The ringleaders of 
the mob, the secret plotters who managed 
it, dobired only to frighten the govern- 
ment from reinforcing our armies : that 
was and is their object. And let all hon- 
est citizens notice that, while the Rich- 
mond journalist is satisfied with the pus-. 
pension of the draft, the peace men here 
persist in their demand for the suspension 
of the draft— a demand first made by 
Gov. Seymour, and supported by all who 
have ever opposed the war for the Union 
and favored the rebellion. 

But the government will do its duty ; 
and as day after day tho meaning and 
the depth of this last nlot against the 
Union are revealed, all true men will 
more and more rally round and stand by 
the government and support it in its 
determination to reinforce the^ Union 
armies and put down rebellion North as 

well as South. 

♦ « ♦ » ♦ — 



The following paragraph «f«i«>w«'ral Orders No 
20S from thf) Wur pi'i.tilia-iit, is publishod for 
the iuforiiiatloii of ail coaeeriwd. 
|l> Older of 
CoLOXiti. S. MILLEit. 

K. n. CAUI.ING, 
Captalo and Chief Quartermaster. 



WAR l>KI'AKT.MKNr, 
ADJl'TA.NT (ih.NKKxi.'.S OKKICK, 

Washijhutos, July 0, 1SC3. 
ftlKKEItAl. Oni)EP.9 NO. WS.] 



II. Hereafter no ofBorr or agent under the 
control of ttie War Department, disbursing pub 
Ho money, will pay any claim oraccount presented 
through agents or collectors, except on regular 
pow« r of attorney, executed a/lfr tho account or 
claim is due or pa>ahle, and unless ("uch agent or 
collector is considered hy the dlsburxing otficer 
amply able to reimbur.se the United States, or the 
di.''burslnp oflirer, Iu case «uch claim or account 
xhall subse<jueiif to payment, pro\e to be unjust 
or fraudulent ; and wh'-n an account is pre senttd 
in jKTSon by nu Individual who h not known to 
tlie di.-'bursing sflicer, the Idtter w 111 require such 
evidence of identity a.s will cecun^ tho Govern- 
ment against fraud. 

liy order of the .Secretary of War: 

K. D. TOWN SEND, 

jyA.> Ass|:itant Arljutant General. 



Arrivals at the Hotels. 

m m 

Fr.iDAV, July li!. 

Thoi Van r.ttr.i'. •.•;»! Minn Vol; J K I'urnain, 
St. I'aul; .1 F Dui^n and Wife, (ialesbury. III; 
yiUt Ida Hln«). Beliville, III; Miss A Hyo.'-., I/eb- 
.inon, I 1; Miss C IIvimv, do; Miss Murresy, 
IJellviHe. II ; A L Jlcguire. I'hiladelpMa; •' .s 
AII.ii, .New York; L N Hooker and daught^^r, 
Milwaukee: J Ilutchinbon wife uiid two neloes, 
Spriiigliold. Ill; Wm Dixon, Washington, DC; 
.J SI iJ!rij.'K». <lo ; A M .-trong, .Mhany N V; B K 
llarrix, Uich* .U. r, ^ V : A H l.aston. .xtiliwat^r; 
(• 21 Hathaway, ito; J H Perkins, d-i; John A D 
Giosa and wife, Boston ; V .Hon Is Chicago; John 
llaihaway, Newburgh, luU. 

TCCoulihred, .Miakop;>-< ; Miss .S 1* Tondln, 
S» \ntlionv; •» It Goothnan, I'.lk Uiver; J C 
Whitc^mb, llatiir.-i Ilattalir-n; T D .-mith wife 
and neio«. Cliaska: W II Thomss, Altou; .1 II 
liobotts. >liakop<e; Geo W Lambi'rt. Vickd- 
biiig: Clins '".lackson. Ntw York; K R Smith 
and family, I.cjjueiir; Wm. Sim.- and lady, Can- 
ton N Y ; (."h".- K Sims and lady. St. Taul ; Cha.s 
Uouch, do: .John ChAmbeis, do; U V Ilianelic, 
New York: John Sappranx, Trempeleau; 'I hot. 
A Noble«. Min:iCHpoli»; C F Douglass, Vermont; 
John Carbutt and wife. Chicago: A 8 Ha>i=lor. 
riymouth, Ind: G U Slittiiacbt, Marvlaud. 

AMERIC.iX. 

A BrUs. St Cloud; J O Tlolln, St. Toter; CLas. 
U Katon, do; Mrs Kandolph and child, \m 
Sui-r; We»ley J. Coon, Hudfon; IVtev 1' John- 
fon, Vermont; Ed \ Littlefield, K»>d Wing; Geo 
H Caver, Chicago; E C Smith, New York; S T 
TalfKit, St. I.ouin; E L Tueio, Ked Wing; M Canl 
Central E.\prp*>.; Lieut A St Cjr, Big Lake; W 
Llbby, Wntab. 

'WIIftTCIICR'tt UOTEIi. 

8 J Wiling, Citv: Wm McKinlev.St. Anthony; 
MY Juckton, Lakeland; S T I> Sadley, Klg 
I ake; Al uson C Potter, do; R Itutliford, Still- 
water: Wm Kuthfoid, do; I* I'enderc, do: N 
Ii Miller, Newport; C Cook, St. Louis ; Edward 
rrluo?, do; 31 J 3IcCoy, rreecott; Ed I'rlce, 
Iowa: 



AMD 

Perfumeries, Fancy Goods, 

&c., &c„ 
IVo. Ill Tliird Htreet, 

(L-NION BLOCK.) 
ST. PAUL. - - - MINNESOTA. 

We would caU the attention of Dealers through- 
out the Northwest to 

Our Pull Stock of Goods, 

Which we arc oHe.-lng at a fraction over 

Milwaukee & Chicago Figures. 

We Invite BD Inspection of our stock and prices, 
believing we can make It to the interest of the 
dealer and con.sumor, to give us their orders. 

Nl.nN. VAWTKR A «0»K. 

OHAf*. V. SIMS. SAM'I. L. VAWTKR. 

ANSON H. R'\SF.. jy2Mf 

25^000 ci^THToF 

FAVORITE BRANDS. 

For sale at very low Ggnres to close the stock. 
SI.MS, VAWrEE & irOSE, 
Jy25-tf Union Block. 

rpiLTEN & CO.'S FLUID 
EXTRACTS, 

Pills and Granules, at card prices. 




MO N" W T A R Y . 

COIH AND EXCHANGE QLOTATIOICS OF 

rriiotnpson Bro'gi., 

at. Paul, July 22, lofis. 

Dankertand licensed Dealfrsin Land fTarrants, 
Retolutionary and Adult HalfLrttd .Scf<p,^c 

KXCnAMGK RATEB. 

Selling for. Premium 

Bankable Fuuis ^ perct.prem 

American Gold 22 per ct. 

Orders for United States Land Warrants, SUte 
warrants. Ice, promptly executed. 

Stat<> aud United Statos Couponn paid at oni 
counter. 

IV'sage CertiBcates via Ilverpool and Ilam 
burg ; Drafts on Enghind, Ireland and Scotland 
Frauce, Germany and Switzerland, Sweden an 
Norway, fir sale at our offio.-. 



ij^allanrous. 



Jy25-tf 



SIM.S, VAWTKR fc ROSR, 

j;^. HI Third «tr'»et. 



TjiRAZER'S LUBRICATOR. 

JuHt recehed and for cale at clothe figure.s. 



Jy?i>-tf 



.«IM8, VAWTKR & ROSE, 

Union I^lock. 



20 



RBLS. LARD. WHALE ANl^ 
LUBRICATING OILS. . 

At lo»e.<t Juarket rates. 



CASTELLO t VAN VLECK,...PBOPniKTORS. 

H VAN VALKENBUR'i Manager. 

T I'OLA' D, Master of ari na. 

J.' FREH E. LE ADKR OF Orchkstka. 

A combination comprising all that is excellent In 
the y gnestrlan iirole-nion, all that Is novel in the 
school of Gvmnas'ticH. 

A GENUINE CIRCUS, 

with all ttie «tan"ard leatures of the Legitimate 
Arena, blended with all Mo 'em luiprowments 
and Acqui-sitions lundshed by ambition, close 
appiicati.n aud the pmcilcal working of those 
Artists whose motto is 

EXCELSIOR. 

More Blooded. Trained Horses, and a better 

a.--iortraent of other rare specimens ot animared 

nature than have ever been brought before this 

community. 

Superiority In Kvery Oepartmeiit. 

The Company consists of at least 

lE^oYty I*erroi'iTier«, 

EQUESTRIANS, VOLTIGERS, LEAPERS, 

DANCERS, ACROBATS, VOCALISTS, 

MUSICIANS; 

.VCM) Wagonii, Scab Cnrria-ies, Xete Car.ra'S, 

i\ew Dressex, Seic Coftumci, AVjr Trapptiuja, 

Sew Sei'ts and Xen- Appointments, 

The whole forming an ootablishment paramount 

to the finest over formed either In ihi^ country 

""^ThisModel "how will exhibit at ST. PAUL, on 

Tuesday,Juiy 28th, at 7 o-cPk p. m. 

Also on 

Vt'edneMtluy anil Tlinrsday. July «Olli 

and .JOth, at « and 7 p.m. 

AdmU&ion 2.5 cents— Rei-erved Seata 00 cents. 

MR. DAN C.\STELLO, 
As Equestrian Manager, will introduce hi* 
M'onderful Trained llor»e, 

MOIS^ITOR. 

The C hiTTipIon of the World ; al-o hU 

I>ori •Juan- 
Mr. JOHN GLENROY, 

Who has been rocelvod with admiration and aj.- 
plaui^e bv appreciating audiences^ on both conti- 
nents, ai.ii galn-d tho title o*" the CLMAIK 
HOUSEMAN, will execute his daring .somersault 

'^'** WM. J. SMITH, 

Who han won unfading 'aurel.". as the most grac*-- 
ftd and accoroplishi'dlwoand Four llorf-e Eoues- 



T\;r s. McCLURE & C0.7 
Produce Commission Merrhauls, 

For th<> s'ls of Butter, Cheftge, Lard. Efrgs. 
Beans, I'eas, Dried Fruits, Hour and I-rovisious 

'ZA*t ruitou fttreet. 

Op. Mr ash I ngt on Marktt, NEW YORK 

W. S. M'Cl.CrtK. C. M'CLUKE. 

B. F. n.\T.» APID. 



R R F E R L N C E S . 

Geo. W. White. Ca(.h, Mechanic's B'k, Ilrc-.klvn 

Hon. Horatio Ballard, Sec. Mule of New York. 

Wm. (,'ripp!i, I'res. Man- ard Jns. Co., New York, 

A. H. Ballard, Vpsila il.^icliijran. 

J L. Ixeliy, Milwaukee, V. ...cousin, 

K. li. Huntington, Adam's Irll Co , X. Y. 

J. H. Keed, Ltica, New Vork. 

Hon. Henry J. Raymond, "New York Times." 

C. ii Wheeler, .StI Albaus, Vermont 

D. Ward, Lancaster, Grant y.o., Witsconpin. 
^ JylO ly 

?bj, ILLETTK, WHITNEY & CO.. 



SrCOESSOB TO 



Co 



Thompson, Wliitney & 

Mauufacturer.a and Jobbera ot 

BOOTS and SHO£:S, 

4G LAIvE STREET, CHICAGO. ILL 

We are now receiving a large atock of Good« 

FROM THK 

BEST MANUFACTORIES IN THE E.AST 

and with ver. large addition to our 

HOME-MADE CUSTOM WORK 

We are pn?r«red to off-r to tho Country Trad 
the bent anjortment of Boots and ^hoe« 
the city. 

GILLETTE, WHITNEY k CO. 

P. O. Draw.,T ISW?. al-Om. 



jyC5-tf 



SIMS, VAWTER k ROSE. 

No. Ill Third btreet. 



A;\(\ GAI.LONS VAIiXISH, 

Of various ijualitle." and pricos, at 

SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE'S, 
jy26.tf No. in Third st ect. 



KC\f\ BOXES WINDOW GLASS 
AND GLASSWARE, 

McCulley'a Brand, at nuirket rate*. 



MiUTARY Er^CTiONS. — At an election 
held in District No. 1, 32d regiment, to fill the 
v.tcancy occasioned by the promotion of Capt. 
S. S. Eaton to Colonelcy, lat Lieut. H. K. Ste- 
vens wail elected Captain, 2d Lieut. Henry L. 
Wlllliuns wa.s elected iRt Lieutenant, and J. 
Mayhcw, 2d Lieutenant. 

At an election held in company District No. 
11, 3l8t regiment, to fill the racancy occasion- 
ed by the rcu-gnatlon of Capt. Mainzer. Irt 
Lieut. R. P. I.*wis was elected Captain, 2d 
Lieut. K. Six was elected Ist Iicut<^'nant, and 
Ord. Sergt. R. O. Swc«ney elected 2d Lieu- 
tenant. 



-••• 



CntTRCH NoTiciw. — Tho Rev. B. F. 

Crary will preach this morning at the Jackwrn 
Street M. E. Church. 

The Rev. Dr. Paxton, of Pittsburg, will 
preach in Rev. Mr. Riheldaffer's Chnrch this 
morning. Dr. Paxton, Is said by those who 
have heard him, to be one of the most elo- 
quent Divines that has ever appeared in a 8t. 
Paul pulpit. 

Baptist Church — preaching morning and eve- 
ning, as usual. 

a f 

Castkllo and Van VLBCx'it Mammotd 
Show and Ork.vt Moral Exhibition.— We 
presume onr renders will bear in mind that 
Castello and Van Vleck's Circus opens in this 
City next Tuesday evening, and also gives af- 
ternoon and evening entertainments on Wed- 
nesday and Tbursdav. Our cxcbaugca both 



in and out of the State vpeak in bi^h terms of 
post at Pembina, on the edge of the compoay'e j tbia Circus, and oe \\ ie the first and will prob- 
jorlsdictloD bat within the international bound- ' ably be the iMt one thts season all who reliab 
«7 Use. The first three or four annual tripe j amttAoment will be on haod. 



Deatk of Macready, the Tratr^dlaii. 

The telegraph'c news by the Africa an- 
nounces in a single line the' death of William 
Charles Macreadv, the eminent English troge- 
d an. No partlcu!an> are given of the time or 
place of his death. 

Mr. Macready was l)om in Ix)ndon in 1703. 
His father was a theatrical manager of some 
note, but desiring thit his son f^hould enter 
one of the learned professions rather than 
embrace the calling or an actor, placed him at 
Rugby School at the age of ten years. A few I 
years later the elder Macready l>ccame scri- 1 
onslv embarrassed, and h;.>> son appc.ired ujion 
the "stage at the age of seventeen years, in 
order to obtain the means of support. His 
first engagement was at the Birmingham 
Theatre in June, 1810, where he played 
Romeo. His first appearance in Ix)ndon was 
at Covent (Sarden in SepWrnber, 1816, when 
he p!aved Orestes in Phi Hips' tragedy of "The 
Distres-xcd Moilier." Hazlitt, who witnessed 
this performance, pronoxnced M.acrendy '• by 
for the best actor that hoil come <nit in his re- 
membrance, with the exception of Mr. Keiiu." 

Kemhlo and Kean were then tipoii the Lon- 
don stage, but the genius of Macready soon 
carried h'm forward until be came to rank as 
the first of Kngl|.«h tragedians. His delinea- 
tions of Shakespearean characters were mag- 
nificent sncccsses, hut the h'-nors were divided 



[F.v Telegraph.] 
^•fi York market. 

Nkw York, July 25. 

Flour uuchanged,5a010. Extra State $5.66^5.75 
K. H. O. 

Orain— Wheat fair demand shade better. Com 
1^2 ct» betteractlve. Oats rOg77. 

Pork and Beef quiet. 

I.ard dull. 

Whlikey quiet 45V. 

SECOND DIS PATCH. 

Nkw York, July 25-fl H. M. 

FloLR less active closes scarwdy so firn , 
Prices vithout decided change. 

(jRAi.N.— Wheat in request for export shade. 
Prices white c'>mmon and Inferior descriptions 
dull and heavy. Corn advanced 1 52, good on 
home trade and apeculatlve demand. Oats less 
active and scarcely so firm. 

Pork opened qulot and closed dull, a shade 

easier. 

. . — » « ♦ » * 

[By Telegrapli.l 
Xew York moaey market. 

New York, July 25. 
Stock unsottlpd, IrreguUr. lower. 

Gold25?i. 

7.30's 106*ic. 

On« year ctrtlflcates 99. 

UeadiuK lO".\f . 

Erie 10034 ; New York C. 124. 

SECOND DISPATCH. 

Nkw York, July 25— « p- m. 

Gold firm In conneauonce of large export* to- 
dav opening 27 >i cl ning iteady 2r>«<j2>i. Total 
expor 8of specie to-day il, (110.028. 

(5overnmeut Stock steady I . S.t.'i 81 coupons 
lOfi?;; 7M>ti treasuryi lOtiJi «"*-'•• 



iyiu,t{ 



SIMS, VAWTER & KOSE, 

L'uion Block. 



J. TINKIIAM, 

Tbi- intrepid Uoteemaii au.l L<ild "are Back Kid 
will appear as th- Inrpired Uiirdl'- Loupei-. 



trian of the age 
MR 

^,^^^^ der. 

appear " ' "' """" "' 

y§«B»rM. C. Vr. BritBOWft and m. JT. 

KEJLJLY, 
Who t^tand unrivalled as first class Artists, are 
al.so engagea in order to 
Department superio: 



GUtOCEJRIES, 

SHORES & TATOR, 

47 South Water Street, 

cmc^GhO- 

L. SHORES F. D. TATOU 

m31-om. 



"POR SALE. 

A npat Brick Cottage House and Lot, witha 
good well of water and out Buildings and shade 
trees &c., with fi^e rooms on Ilrbt floor, also a 
Rood cellar; within eight ndnutes' walk of the 
T'ostoffiCi- ; cheap lor cash. For further i articu- 
lars cnqureof JA'<. H. Ml KKaY , 

jy22-lw OpposPe the American House. 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 



TiiK Dk-skasks ok Error, (Lc* Mai- 

dies d'Erreiir.)—\, John B. Ogben, M, D., au- 
thor and publisher of the above work, do hereby 
proml.se and agree to send (fr«»e of charge) to any 
young man who will write for it. a sample copy 
for perusal. The proper study of mankind is 
Man. This valuable work is issued and sent 
forth for the benoflt of suflering humanity. It 
treats In simple langnage on all the diseases of 
Error, Including Seminal Weaknegs. Nervous 
Debility, Indlgpstion, Melancholy, Insanity, 
Wasting Docar, Impotency, &c., Ac— giving safe 
speedy, and effectual prescriptions for their per- 
mancnt cure, together wPh much valuable Inlor- 
matlon. All who fkvor mo with a desire to read 



B. P. BARTLETT, Artist, 

Krom NEW YORK CITV, is now prepared to 

PAiivx :»ortr-aj:ts. 
Landscapes, &c. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

jfy- He wlU also give lessons In Drawing and 
Oil Painting, at his Studio, over Hunger's Music 
Store, Concert Hall Block, St. Paul, Minnesota. 

JylO-tf 

ATUSICIANS WANTED! 

1 want a few good Musicians to fill up a Brig- 
ade Land now organizing. For particulars, ad- 
dress, 

Jy2t-lw* 



J. E. E 



PEGOS, 

Blcc Lake, Mln. 



. . , - .... I my work shall roceivo a sample copy by return 

l)etween them and hs pcrsonat on of Virgin- ' «•««, nf *>hiirjrp 
inius, Caius.Orarchus,, William Tell ami Hob mall, free of chargr 



Roy. In the wide range of his characters, 
however, his Uamlet, Macbeth, Othello and 
Coriolanus arc thoKC upon which his fame as 
a great actor chiefly rests. 

In 1826 he made his first vi-iit to the United 
States, where his professional tour was ex- 
tremely successful. In 1828 he pla- cd in Par- 
is to iiumensc audiences. In 1837 he a«isiiracd 
tho management of the Convent Gaiden thea- 
tre, but relinguished it five years later for the 
direction of Drnry Ijinc, where he met heavy 
losses and afterwards ret red. Iu IS 13 he 
again visited the United States on a profes- 
sional tour. 

In 1848 his third and last vL>it to this coun- 
try was made memorable by the Astor Place 
riot In New York. An old misundersitaiKling 
iKJtween E<lwln Forrest and Mr. MiK-ready 
ripened into senou.s proportions on the arrival 
of the latter in that ci;y, and the friends of 
Forrest threatened to prevent the reappear- 
ance of Mr. Mneready here. He neverthelefss 
tlayed for several nights at the old Opera 
[out^e in Astor Place (now the Mercantile 
Llbrar>), but upon commencing a fwrewell 
engagement in the following May (1S49), be 
was menacvd, and on tho night of the 7th of 
that month, while playing "Macl»otb," the 
performances were Interrupted by tho hoot- 
mg8 and bowlings of Forrest's followers, who 
had obtained poeseeslon of the (olleriee. 



Address 



ma^' 4-d%w3m. 



JOONB.OODEN, M. D. 
Xo. 60 Nossua St. New York. 



To CoN.suMPTivncs. — The advertiser 
liavlng been restored to health In a few weeks, 
by a very simple remedy, after having suffered 
years with a severe lung affection, and that dread 
disease. Consumption. 1« anxious to make known 
to his fellow-sufferers tho means of cure. 

To all who dewlre It, ho will send a copy ol the 
prescription used (fron of charge) with the direc- 
tions for preparing and using tho same, which 
theywllllindasriiKCUKK kor ConsiMrnos, 
Asthma, Brosiiiitik. .fre. The only object of 
tho a<lTortieer In sendlnj? tho Prescription, is to 
benellt the afflicted, and spread information 
which he conceives to be invaluable, and "« noP«'« 
every nufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost 
them nothing, and may prove a blessing. 

Kov. KnwARP A. W11.SOX, WUliamsburg, 

my4d&.w3ml Kings County, New York. 



O. CuRTW, General Imuranct Agent. 
OfBoe in Thompson'* Block, Third street. 

L.U. Chute, Agent for iEtna Insuranee CoiB' 
pany, St. Anthony. 

June 24th, 18M. *>/ 



"pARMER WANTED. 

r want a respon-slble man and wife to take 
charge of my larm and sheep on s'ares. GOO 
acre s of land— PC of it under p ow. 200 bhcep or 
more. Address, 

Jy7.lf H. W. BARRY, Dundas. 

/SORDAGE AND LEAD PIPE— 
JUST RECEIVED, 

Ami for sa le low, by ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^ ^ 

T30BERT P. LEWIS 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. Paul, Miinnesota, 

Office on Third-st., Roger's J{ lock, near the. Bridge, 
AI.8O Bbanch AOKKTOr 

"THE ^'ATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey, 
Collins & Brace. 

CiAiMS presented and proseented before Con- 
^resH C«urt of Claims and the Departments at 
Warhington City. Special attention paid to eeou- 
rinjr Soldier's Pensions, BountieB, Back Pay, *c. 

^^ Advice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at the office, without charge. 

o5-o tw&wly 



G 



IRL WANTED, 



To do General Housework. Apply to 
MKS. F. DRISCOLL, 

Cor. tOthand Canada sts. 



render tho Gymnastic 

^vp...^ -^ to aUprecedenis. Amoug 

the ^uccegbful fcato achiCNCd by iboee performers, 

HORIZONTAL BAR EXERCISES. 

Double Trapeze, 

CaaHsica.1 Grroupingcs. 

Mr. WAX CASTEtl-O, 

Tho Great Talking Clown, whose bou mots and 
oritlnal saving- aio copied by the putiro rootlj-y 
brolherhoo'd. When such a man as ttn.-" dons the 
can an'i bells, the public may rott assured of a 
ie.a*t of huiuor unalloyed by vulganty. 

MR. T. W. POLAND, 

The readv oouverBotlonulisl and reflnt-d gentle- 
man, tui- paragon of King Ma^.'jr.t. 

T. BURGES^ 
MORIUS MILES, 
R. VAN VALKENBURO, 
M. McCOLLUM, 
A. SULLIVAN, 
R. HARMON, .iND 

C. LVSLIE, 

Complete the list of male artists, while 
:nAnAllKN FBAXK and CARRIE. 

The beautiful and gifted equestriennes lead th« 
female lorti'ge. . t. .u^ n-^^ 

\ grand proces?ion, consisting of the Band 
Chariot, Frche's Silver Cornet Band, asal^tcd by 
Mr La Kue. the • hamplon Drummer, all of ihe 
WaKons. Carriages, Horsos, &c., wdibegixen 
each morning at ten o'clock, for th^ purpose of 
demonstrating to the public the extent, loroe and 
supcriori y of 

CASTELLO & VAN TLF.CK'S 

MAMJttOTH SHOW. 

jvir-td 

GREAT BARGAINS 

AT 
Tlio Cheap Cash Store. 

We will commence this morning selling our stock 
of SUMMER 

DRESS GOODS, 

smuiv xjm:bkeui-a.s, 

PARASOLS, 

BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, 

BALMOBALS, 

COTTONADKS AND LIGHT CASSIM£R£S, 

At greatly 

REDUCED PRICES. 

IF YOU WAXT BARGAIS'S,] 
COME AXD SEE FOR YOURSELVES, 

Semember the place. 
No. 218 Third Street, St. Paul, 

NEXT DOOR TO K. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 

H. KNOX TAYLOR. 



^T^-HITCHER'S HOTEL, 
Foiir(h-St., bebreen lioboi and Jackion, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESuTA. 

E. B. WIHTCHER, - - - Pkopkietor. 

The above house having receutlv bf-ea oj>en«»d 
and tiiorougbly rf-novated and refuruished, the 
rropiii-t'-.r voidd rcspec'.fully solicit a snare ol 
th<i piil.iic p&iri^nacre. «P«-Good "itcMing and 



curetul Hostlersi in attendance. 



iylO-if 



Tj^OR SALE. 

It"i0 acres In Roso town, adjoining the j-chocrf 
section, the following describi'd lai!<1 : N.W.^ 
section 21, to«n -iO, Uangc v!;j: ai>ont fifty acres 
under cultivation, some improvemt^nt.sll iVuced, 
and a good well on the prendsc. Will be ^old in 
a body or in lots of forty or eighty acres, one- 
fuU'tli cash, the balancin three yoalv payments, 
j at cevon ptT ceu«. iht annum. Jiile perfect; 
lll.•^'>es6ion given after harvest. 

AIm): The undivided X. S '^f ^- E. «i of sec 
tli)u 8. To • n 29, Itangp 23, on the mad to Lake 
Johannah, about three miles fr-m -t. Paul. 

Enquire of J. P THOMP^^^.V 

At Nichols, Dean i Co. 
Julv9-di»n. 



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THE PRESS PRIXTIXG COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest ana best form of 
tax dpeds. It Is r^uiiable for salfs under the sev- 
ftraj acts of the Legislature aad In conformity 
with all their requisitions, and Is prepareo x,, ^le 
Stfitp authorities 

Pric«» W rvjite p**'" doTPti. or >S \^OT hurifl'^d. 



/CARPETS. 

STRONG'S CARPET RAIL, 

225 Third Street, Rogers' Block 

Where will be found a large a.^sortmcut of 

Carpets,Oil Cloths, Mattings, 

CURTAIN AND SHADE MATERIALS, 

MATTKESSBS, Fli-^THfR-S, WALL I'AfEE, &.C., &C 

New Goods constantly arriving and sold as 

low as the lowest. 

UPnOLSTERIXO DONE TO Or.DFR. 

maria-lv »- O. UTROXfp}. 

BROAD ACRESl 

»eO ACRES of land from 3 to 12 miles of 

ST. PAUL, will be sold in tracts of 40 acres, 60, 

130, 160 and 240. The soil Is a rich loam, with 

xrood and water. Terms part ca.«h, and the hoi. 

ance, if desired, on long time. 

HENRY McKENTY, 

Dealer In Real EsUte. 
St. Paul, .Tune 6. 1863.— d&wOm. 



Jy2*-tf 

RAWING 



I J-ft-<f 



D 



CLASS. 



BOOTS & SHOGS 



AT 



Mr. BARTLETT, Artist, ovpr Munger's Music 
.Store, Third st., wld form a class to be taught 
Drawlne Term^ fO per quarter. To cotnmence 
August .Td at his S tudio^ \\^^ 2w 

A u C T I O N . 

A salo of State proportv will Uke placo at tho j 
Stable on Fjiglest., on Saturdav. August the Ixt. 'iTTin V T AW PRIfFS 
of Horses, and one of Easterly's Reapers. Sale , V Jj^ ]i J. L U W 1 II 1 t £4 C) 
to commence at two o'clock P.M. 
By order of the Adjutant General. 

M. BALDWIN, Agent for State. 
LANCiLEY tt TEMPLE, Auctioneer. 

Jyia-td 



^ O T I C E . 

A male or female Teacher Is wanted in tho 
HiRb Hohool In tho city of St. Anthony. Term 
to oommonoe Ang. 10, l»fl.3. Competencv to teach 
the higher English Branches Is requIreJ. Apply 
ImnM&telv to the Board oi Education, 
iramwu- / ^ ^ MINER. . 

SecreUrr of tho Board of Education. 
Dated July 21 , 18«3. il^^^ 



TTATCH'S BATTALION I 

RECRUITS WANTED. 

1^40 Boixnty! 

TRANSPORTATION AND BOARD 
WILL BE PAID. 

The men will be enlisted for] three years or 
during the Indian War on our Irontler. This 
enhsfm«>nt avoids the draft, which should bet 
great inducement to those subject lo the same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLIN. 

Corner of .Seventh aud Jack.-onst*., 

Je25-tf ^t- ^*»»- 

pALMER'S PL'RE VINEGAR. 

We would Inform onr old patrons and the pub- 
lic g nerallv, that wp are ajrain at our od stand 
on Slbl-v-st , manu*actuniip(hp above cel.bmtM 
Vinegar Wi- sre propar- d to furnlch the trada 
with the' wrv''f»* qnaliry of VhH-gar, at prloea 
' OS low as can In; bought in this or any other mnx- 
k^t Orders from the country will receive prompt 

''[jfoS' C. C. LEWI>^ & 00. 

DEKTTISTRV. 

DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 

DENTAL ROOMS IN 

\¥'inslo'vr House, 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M. 
je4-Am Mt. Aatboav, ma. 




AT 



K1LPATRI€&% 



Bi. Pool. June «. IMt. 



rpEXTS TO HIRE. 

Hunting, Fishing and Excuraion Parties sup- 
plied with TKNT8 at reasonable rates. 
C. W. WOOLLEY, 
Comer Sibley and Third Btrveu. 
8t. Pool, JiUr 2»d, W6J.-1W 



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THE SAINT PAUL 



DAILY - PRESS. 



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VOLUME III. 



S-A.INT P-A.XJL, TUESDAY. JULY 23. 1863. 



NUMBER 176. 



HU J^rtint ^m\ ^tws. 



Ntateand I'niled »fal«'" Offlclwl I»«|»««r. 

«*- Vius iMiiHT ha» u l.iriior l>ttily, Tri-W.'okly 
inU W''«'kly*->rt>ihitiontli;uian>otl»>'rln Minne- 
ota, ami thoroton- j-ii-stnits imluivuuMitti t j ad- 
T.-rli-i.T* which tUoy will not ilml ."Uowhere. 

"saint VAUL. TIKSUAY, JULY 28. 



TEu:iHiAMs—sEi: FOVRrn pxcf. 



Tlic 



Mor;x:\n exit. Morj,'ai» is «.au<;lit 
j;*y old bird is liim-d— shorn -f lii-i pretty 
plmiiajjf, i\n«l pliukiil ol his tail loathors. 
His brilliant prospi'its ol ovorrunninj; 
Ohio with his bold brigand.s and U'vying 
:i "Ciural tribute on strong bo.\t» :uul 
binroosts. has turned out to be a " rain 
.l/ur./ii/Ki," the veritable Sieilian n.irage 
:t^eh■. the same gi;;antie figures of nun 
and horses Hitting aeross the pieturc, and 
vanishing like it into air— thin air- to the 
cry of Morgana ! Morgana! Klsewhere 
we have eompded a history of Jelin's 
adventures in the Free States. 

—The hope that M'ule would be 
able to intercept Lee at the gaps of the 
r.lue Uiilge. is dissipated by our «lis- 
jnitehos. Hill and I.ongstreet have got 
through Chester Ciap. where it seen>s we 
had only a small cavalry iorce to oppose 
tbem, and went on unr.^sisted to their 
old position at Culpepper. Hut if Kwell 
remains at Strasburg, as represented, it 
is diflieult to see why he eannot be eat olV. 

—Napoleon is following cut the logie 
of his subjugation of the people oi' Mex- 
ico. He has proi-laiuied an empire— that 
is, ft despotism— and invited the scion of 
a European despot to till the th»tinc 1 e 
has rai:?ed on the ruin^ of the Ht'public. 
The United Slates will have a word to 

3ay about this shortly. 

« I ♦ » ♦ 

«VIIO nAKEM THE HOTfllY OIT 
Oft' sue «V1H. 

The late cool weather was probably 
caused by the following piece of arctic 
i iaess on the part of fthe iWjar : 

"By means of the prestige of past »-uccctis, 
mid mnntti made out of the goveninwnt durimi 



and mnnru made out of tnv qovemmnn auiin;/ 
fhf tear, thf-i [the UcpuMiains] intend, irpo.-- 
s.l>:o, to rct.iin possc->ion of the State. '/"/«< y 
If *7', pro'jablif, sucCi:ed," 

\S e have had somt thing like a suspi- 
cion that some people were making more 
money "out of the government diiringthe 
war" than tin. '• were lairly entithd to : 
but we really had no hope that our sus- 
picions would be corifirmed by the testi- 
mony of so eonipetent a witness ; and wc 
were not at all prepared for the discovery 
that the money t!;us made, was to be ap- 
plied to political purposes. 

If, however, that is the case— as we are 
as!«ured by one whose advantages for ac- 
I'urate information upon the subject, can- 
not be disputed — it is about time to look 
into the matter, and .see who it is that is 
making the money, and for the benefit of 
what party it is likely to be used. 

The opportunities for making " money 
out of the government during the war," 
in this State, have been limited mainly to 
those connected with the fitting out, 
the feeding, and supi)lying of the expedi- 
tion under (ien. Sibley. (Jen. Sibley is 
a Democrat. Does tlie Pioneer mean to 
intimate that den. Sibley "has been 
making money out of the government," 
during the war, to be used for purposes 
of politicol corruption ? 

The Commissaries and (iuartermasters 
connected with the expedition, are nearly 
all Democrats. 

The U. S. Quartermaster, stationed 
from the beginning of the war up to a 
very short tiuni ago, in this city, through 
whose hands passed all the contracts lor 
ndlitary supplies of every kind and de- 
scription, was a Democrat. 

Nearly all the men who got tlie con- 
tracts were Democrats. 

All that has been made out f.f the 
quartering and supplying of the trooj)s at 
Fort Snelling has gone into the hands of 
Democrats. 

We forbear to mention names, but 
about a dozen men, who form this inner 
ring of contractors and quartermasters, 
are generally believed to have realized 
large fortunes out of the war in this 
State. They are every one of thora 
Democrats. 

The Pioneer would be troubled to point 
to a single instance of a Republican who 
is even suspected of having made any 
more money out of the Government than 
his regular pay as an ofTicer or soldier, or 



great alarm throughout Mississippi and 

Alabama, and the rebels seem altogether 
at fault as to what tliey shall do to i»ro- 
tect themselvis from the conseipiences 
which thev reganl as certain to follow. 
Major (Jenetal D. H. Maury, command- 
ing at Mobile, is.sued a proclamation to 
the citizens of that place on the Hth. 
warning them that the calamity at Vicks- 
burg had a peculiar significanct' for them ; 
that Mobile might be attacked in a short 
time, that the troops must be immediately 
armed for protection, and that able-bodied 
slaves must be set to work on the defen- 
ses iniMiedlately. 

The Mobile Adacrt%.ier nml Ifcyi.^ftu- 
savs Vicksbnrg fell " lor the want ol 
common prudence iu filling the town 
with provisions." It urges that Mobile 
is in great danger, and that all the pro- 
visions that can bo obtained should be 
stoiod in the city. It further presses the 
following considerations : 

In ciiso of sieseund bonihanlinent, the rlau- 
^cr to life will l>e very grciit to non-cumbat- 
ants. It must not be supposed tliat Mo))ilc 
can esciii>o j^reat ilestructiini of life fn>in a 
l»ombanhnent because Vicksbur;; did. The 
iMtiV i>tacv is inntccted by ii siries of knobs 
and h Us, alfonlin^' shclter"t»> the inhabitants 
from shot and shell. Mobile is situated on an 
open i>laiii. and shell and shot will have a full 
and tlistructivc sweep iu all pmis of the city. 
The iircsenec, too, of a larj^e number of 
women and children niiirht <-ompel the sur- 
rondi r of the city. They on-,'ht by all unims 
to be out of harin's way. To etlect this, 
rimclv preparation ouj:lit to be made, and not 
w.Tit until the last moment, when there will 
be nish ami confusion. 

In whatever direction the blow is to 
cme, by land or sea, the Bejista- warns 
the people of .Mobile it must be expected, 
'* and before long." 

THE -WW TO MO IT. 

The opposition to the draft has been 
almost wholly conlined to the canaille of 
New York city and its environs. 

In Boston and Troy the disturbance." 
by the same element were small alTairs, 
of a few hours duration, easily put down. 

Kl.sewhere the draft has been cheefully 
acquiesced in, and has been made the oc- 
casion of a general outburst of good- 
humor and patriotism. 

.An exchange says of the feeling in 
Philadelphia— the second city of the 

Union — 

At the close of the draftinfr in the loth 
Ward in 1 hiladelphia, on Saturday, at^cralxmt 
* Ac!vi. hundred n;uuos had lieiu drawn, a cit- 
..011 of d.staK-tion, a 1 fe-lon.u' Democrat, and 
a iicmocrat still, proposed three cheer.s for 
th.> L'nion. The whole multitude took the cue 
and ;,'avc tli in with a will. Three more were 
^i^iVL-n for the Govtruinsnt, if possible with 
stili more unction. The scene c'osetl with 
three cheers, loud and lonjr, f .r the draft. 

In Bo.ton, with the exception of the 
slight disturbance before mentioned, a 
similar good humor prevailed. In all the 
towns of New England, where the draft 
took place, tht; conscripts made it an oc- 
casion of jubilation. 

In riattsburg and Elmira and other 
places in New York State, the conscripts 
marched in procession, with bands 
music and colors flying, cheering heroical- 
ly tor the constitution, the laws and the 
draft. 

Thai is the true American style of do- 
ing this sort of the thing. The other 
style is an importation from Kilkenny, 
and won't go down in this country. 



V A lil. ASIDltt U A .«. 

Vallandigham is said by correspon- 
dents who have gone to take a peep at 
the ctiriosity at the Clifton House, Niag- 
ara Falls, to be in a very depressed sUtc 
of mind. 

Mrs. Vallandigham, accompanied by 
her son, had arrived there. 

The British snobs of Canada, on whose 
sympathy he hail counted, don't deign to 
take any notice of the traitor. He feels 
their m-glect severely. 

In the meantime Val's prospect of bc- 
ipr (iovernor of Ohio is about as proba- 
ble as being Queen ol Great Britain. 
He was dea<l when he was nominatetl but 
his recent traitorous address has buried 
him so deep that Gabriers trumpet with 
an earthquake to back it up could not 
resurrect him. 

A Keokuk pa|)er says : 

Sunset Cox, ineinl>er of Congress fVom the 
Columbus distrU-t, and one of tho leading 
Deinoirats of Ohio, was in our city a few days 
a;i,'o, and admitted in converiiiition that Brough 
would bout VallundiKham over 50,000 votes m 
the State of Ohio. 

And that is just half the majority 
counted on by Brough's friends. 



History of John Morgan's Raid. 

HIS TRAVELS IN INDIANA 
AND OHO. 



Battle of Bufflngton Island. 

Numerous Outrages of the 
Horse Thieves. 



carriaffos asked rennission to CO the grave- ! kiome with horses, and some without, and 
^*";*» , „ * :„,.,i ♦„ rotorn and Ipt P uiigcd Into tlio strcaiD. ITlic polut clioscn 
yard, and promised t^ return and let [^, p^.^., tj,,. ^.^.y,,,-,,^ „.as ono mili and a half 
them have Uio horses ; but they changeu ^^^^ ^^m bend of Bufllngton Inland, and the 
their minds as to the route back, and hur- , movement would undoubtedly have been ai- 
ried home by some by-roads, thus saving ' tended with conbiderablc succcbs but for tho 

their teams. 

TUEY CALL ON THEIR KltlKXUS 

(ieneral Cary. who resides near Glen 



ii*cAX. vovxcnk 



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urescuce and performance of the gunlx)at. 
The crobfiing was covered by a twenty- 
pounder Parrot aud a twenty-i"x)und howit- 
zer dragfied into position by' the rebels in 
thtir hasty retreat, but tjefore the guns 



Final €aptore of the <;oerrilla 
Outlaw. 



l.m>OnTAXT TO .TIAI^ nAMKIIil. 

oi.i> L.vxDM.vitks iti;8roi:Ki>. 

On a map of Minnesota made by A. J. 
Hill, Kaq., an engineer of this city, the 
northern boundary of the State is delin- 
eated to so as to include a small portion 
of territory lying north of the 41>th paral- 
lel, comprising a promontory on the 
northwest shore of the Lake of the Woods. 
In this respect Mr. Hill's map differs from 
any other map of this State ever publish- 
ed, so far as known, but it accords with 
the line fi.xed by the international treaties 
on the subject. 

Mr. Hill is now employed in the topo- 
graphical department of the War oflice at 
Washington, and has had permission to 
inspect the original reports and maps of 
the Commissioner by whom, about forty 
vears ago, the boundary was surveyed 
and marked, and by these records Mr. 
Hill's chorographical discovery has been 
completely verified. It is important to 
map makers, and possibly at some future 
time to the State itself, that this fact, for 
the ascertainment of which Mr. Hill de- 
serves the entire credit, should be known. 
A letter from him giving the description 
of the boundary, as quoted from the Trea- 
ty, is on file in the Executive office. 

» « ♦ « ♦ 

THE rHl'RCH MPKAK.A. 

We take great pleasure in calling gen- 
eral attention to the manly, patriotic and 
Christian admonitions addressed, at the 
request of Bishop Grace, by the Rev. 
Mr. Ireland, at the Cathedral last Sun- 
day, to the Irish Catholics on the subject 
of resistance to the draft. Tliis stirring 
exhortation to a loyal obedience to law, 
of I is enforced, not only by appeals to a 
sen.se of duty and patriotism, but is en- 
forced by all the awful sanctions of the 
Catholic Faith, and will not fail to have a 
salutary influence upon those to whom it 

is addressed. 

» » ♦ » ♦ 

5rO I.\OIA!WM FOC.ITD BY COI.. 



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TliK >*T. PH I, AXO PACIFIC 

It A tr. no AM. 

Edmund Rice, Esq., President of the 
St. Paul and Paciiic Railroad, returned 
home from his tri[> to England on Sunday 
morning. It will be gtatifying to our 
readers to learn that one of the results 
of his journey was the purchase of 4,500 
tons of iron, 1,500 of which is already in 
this country, and the remainder is now in 
transit and will reach New York in a few 
davs. 

This ia a sufficient amount of iron to 
lay the track to Watab, above St. Cloud, 
aud unless low water prevents, the road 
will be completed to that point this fall. 
Mr. Delano, Track Superintendent, has 
"one on to New York to hasten forward 
the iron, and see that there is no delay iu 
it^s being tran.sported to La Crosse. From 
there, it will be brought up as rapidly as 
possible on barges and a strenuous effort 
made to bring it all to this point notwith- 
standing tho low wafer. A new locomo- 
tive is already on the way hero from 
Philadelphia. 

The Company expect to secure suff- 
cient aid from New York parties to ex- 
tend the road along the river to Winona. 
The surveys that have been made between 
this city an<l Hastings having proved 
satisfactorv the building of the road to 



TUONAN. 

On the Hth inst.. Col. Miller directed 
Colonels Thomas and Wilkin.s to scout 
through Monongalia and Kandiyolii 
counties. Col. Thomas headed ninety 
cavalry, and writing from St. Cloud, on 
the 24th, reported as follows : — " I have 
just returned from the scouting expedi- 
tion, and have examined all the ground 
covered in your instructions, and much 
more, 'and have failed to find any Indians 
or traces of them, less than six weeks 
old. No Indians have been seen or 
heard of in tliis vicinity since about the 

15th inst." 

» * ♦ » ♦ 

!lli:v:¥ESOTA IXDIAXN OST TBE 
millAOURI. 

A Washington dispatch has the follow- 
ing in relation to our old Sioux neigh- 
bors, and the operations of Superintend- 
ent Thompson : 

The Superintemlcnt sent out to look attcr 
tlic Indian* removed from Minnesota on ac- 
count of the late outbreakP tliere, writes from 
his .'.tation on tlic Missouri river, sixty miles 
above Fort Uandall, Dacotah Territory', that 
he has cvcu there Ik'cii compelled to erect n 
stockade and other defences, to protect 
their a^cncv from the Indians. He has about 
.300 acres ol'' land plowed, and twenty-eight 
farms laid off for the Sioux, and forty-eight 
for the Winnebagoes. 

• t ♦ . ♦ 

LITTLE CROW IN EXTREMITY. 

Is Deserted By His Followers. 



On the 8lh of Jul/, eleven regiments, 
aggrecating 4,8(X» men, with ten pieces 
of artillery, including two howiucrs, 
under command of John Morgan, crossed 
the Ohio at Bradensburg, Kentucky, for- 
ty miles below Loukville, and entered 
Indiana. 

MORGAN VH INDIANA. 

As soon as Morgan's men reached In- 
diana, they commenced robbing stores, 
residences, and citizens. At Mauckport, 
the first town in Indiana they reached, 
the houses of citizens were entered, and 
the furniture broken, bed clothing and 
carpets torn in tatters, clocks and mir- 
rors mashed up. 

The entire route from Maucksport to 
Corydon, was one of destruction, houses 
having been burned, and all that could 
be, having been destroyed. Whole fields 
have been laid waste, and ever)' act of 
vandalism conceivable, was performed by 
this ban^J of marauders. They reached 
Corydon on Thursdty evening, the 8th. 
at five o'clock, and without even demand- 
ing a surrender of the town, they threw a 
number of ehells into it, among helpless 
worn- n and children. 

Near Cordyon a minister named Glenn, 
who own3d the finest house in that sec- 
tion, was fired upon by the rebels. He 
was dragged into the hou.se by his wife, 
who closed the door. The rebels burst 
open the door, wounded, him through 
both thighs, set the house on fire and left 
Glenn to perish in the flames. His wife 
and other ladies in the house dragged him 
out to an orchard, and thus saved him 
from being roasted. 

Near Mauckport they also killed Gar- 
rett Hunt, and just above the town they 
murdered William Frahee. 

At Corydon all the store houses were 
rifled, and wanton destruction of proper- 
ty seemed to be the greatest object of the 
riders. « 

When the town was captured five hun- 
dred of Colonel Jordan's home-guards 
were made prisoners, and the balance of 
them escaped in the direction of Palmyra. 
Near Corydon an old citizen, William 
Ileth, fired upon the rebels. He was the 
keeper of the toll-gate this side of Cory- 
don. The rebels shot him dead, and burn- 
ed his house. They also burned a fine 
stone mill in the neighborhood of Cory- 
don. 

Caleb Thomas, of Edwardsville, was 
killed near Corydon. He was shot 
through the forehead. Jeremiah Nance, 
of Laconia, was also killed near Cory- 
don. 

Morgan demanded and received $2,100 
from the owners of three mills for not 
burning them. One man could not raise 
the amount demanded, and his mill was 
burned. They robbed every store in the 
place, and carried off about twelve thou- 
sand dollars worth of goods, and destroy- 
ed all kinds of goods and notions they 
could not use. 

A sharp little fight occurred before the 
rebels occupied Corydon, between about 



tho Moose opened on the relief guus and 
drove the gunners nway, after which tho 
pieces were captured. Some twenty or thirty 
men only succeeded iu crossin>; into Virginia 
at this Doiut. Several were killed in Uie wa- 
ter, and many returned to the shore. 'While 
this was transi)iring on Uie river, tlie roar of 
battle was still raging on the shore and back 
into the countrv. Basil Duke, under whose 
generalship tho fight was conductt'd, wa/> evi- 
dently gcttiiii,' the worst of it, and his wearied 
gangs of hor.sc-thicves, cut-tliroats and non- 
descripts began to licthink them only of es- 
cape. Many tJircw down their aiuis, were 
taken prisoners and sent to the rear. Others 
souglit the shelter of trees, or ran wildly from 
one point to another, and thus exix)sed them- 
.sclvcs far more to the deadly chaiucs of the 
field thau if ihey had displayed cc-urase and 
stood up to tlie light. 

KKSULT Ol THE LAM> KIGIITIXG. 

The result of the land fighting men- 
tioned by the Gazette correspondent was 
the capture of between 6<X) and 700 pris- 
oners, including Dick Morgan, a brother 
of John. 



11 II e ■ i\ ^c i.:„ »i.r. i>rlioii iu«" uasiy rcireai, oui oeiore luc k""" 

dale, tells of a neighbor ol his who, when , ^^^^^ ,^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^ ,^^ ^^. ^^^ ^f 

Morgan's troops were passing, hurraheU - - 

for Vallandigh»m. He was approached 
by one of the rebels, who said to him : 
*• You are one ol the Southern sympa- 
thizers, aint you ?" •' I am a Vallandig- 
ham man — a peace man." *' Well, that's 
what I mean. Have you any horses?" 
Yes, ho had. "Well, we want our friends 
to help us now, so we will take your 
horses ;'' and they did take them. 

CAITt'KINO A TKAI.N. 

The next day a detachment of Mor- 
gan's force placed obstructions upon the 
Little Miami Railroad, a mile and a half 
above Camp Dennison. Their devilish- 
ness was illustrated by their proceeding 
three-quarters of a mile above the ob- 
structions, and, firing on the passenger 
train as it passed. Owing to this, the 
engineer put on a full head of steam, 
and, striking the obstacle with full Iorce, 
the train was thrown from the track. The 
fireman was tho only person killed, and 
the passengers were marched two or three 
miles to Morgan's camp, where they were 
paroled. The cars were burned on the 
track. It is estimated that the road was 
damaged the amount of $7,000. 

THE K.\CE CONTIN'CES. 

Morgan's ride on the 15th was through 
Clermont, Brown and Adams counties, to 
Wert Union, the county seat of the lat- 
ter, which is twenty miles above Mays- 
ville. His scouts attempted to approach 
the river several times during the day, 
but were driven back by gunboats . 

OUR KOKCBB NOT IDLE. 

In the meantime our forces were not 
idle. Gen. Hobsen with a cavalry force 
was in close pursuit from the time Mor- 
gan entered the State. Gen. Judah, 
with an equally large force, was moving 
from Portsmouth to intercept hinri, and 
thousands of the militia: were hastily or- 
ganizing into companies and joining in 
the pursuit. 

THE NEXT MOVE. 

Driven back from the river, Morgan 
commenced going north, and his next 
exploits were in Pike county, where he 
crossed the Scioto, burned a canal bridge 
at Jasper, and another on the Scioto above 
Piketon. They took four or five prison- 
ers at Jasper, and afler paroling them 
shot and killed one of them, a school 
teacher, named McDougal. 

riKETOX SURRENDEREP. 

He demanded the surrender of Pike- 
ton, which demand was complied with by 
the citizens, but was too hotly pressed to 
derive any advantage from the surrender, 
and immediately moved on in the direc- 
tion of Gallipolis . 

MILL BURNED. 

On the morning of the 17th, Morgan 
reached Jackson, where he burned a flour 
mill and the railroad depot — loss about 
$10,000. 

THE BATTLE OF BUFFIXGTON ISLAED. 

Nothing further of interest occurred 
until the battle of Buffington Island, which 
took place on the 19th. The correspon- 
dent of the Cincinnati Qazette says : 

Buffington Island lies in the Ohio River 
close to the Ohio shore, alx)ut thirty-five miles 
above Pomeroy, and was chosen by the rebels 
as a place of crossing into Virginia,' on account 

a4' «l./i cKrvalc Knt-u'fxm it anil TtlnnTiprtinfifAft'ii 



Good Cooks. — Ladies, if you would be 

kn»wn a« g«od cooks, and wonld avoid the mor- 
titieatiou of luviug poor Lihcult for tea when you 
hare company, use D. B. De Land k. Co.'i Chem- 
ical Saleraltit, and that only. 



B 



I L L I A R D S 



LoK8on8 given in Rilliards by EDWARD J. 
rLUMKKlT, of Pbiladelphia, at 

JOSEPH HALL'S BILLIARD ROO&IS. 

All thoBC wldhing to take lexsoiu will bare a 
good opportunity to Improve their game. There 
will ai»o be a matcu game of itiiilards played 
Thursday evening. J>'t!9-lt* 

1 f )00 ^^'^"*^^ OATS, 



For B*lc by 



100 Barrel* Salt, 

100 Barrels XX Flour, 

GEO. E. SCHXABEL, 
Cor. Jackson and Fourth-ita. 



that place has been determined on, and it 
whose opportunities for " stealing" wire | will probably be under contract within 
such as to furnish reasonable ground for 



the belief that he had yielded to the temp- 
tation. 

In the dispensations of Providence 
thei^e "goldwn" oppoitunities have fallen 



four or five weeks, and work commenced 
this fall. Should the surveys along the 
lint; result as anticipated, the road will be 
immedialely continued to Winona. 

Partial arrangements have been made 
with English parties to extend the other 



SEEKS REFUGE /.V THE BLACK HILL. 



generally to gentlemen of the Democratic I end of the road, as rapidly as the dcvel 

opnient of the country will warrant, until 
it reaches Georgetown. 

♦-« » « ♦ 



noncii iii'.*t »Ai» A vAi.i.A5rnic- 

II A. n coir »• ETAT. 

It now turns out that bv the confession 



persuasion, whose previous experience 
had given them a keener scent lor pecu- 
lation than their untaught opponents. 

That they have improved the '* open- 
ing" to the extent, or for the pur,io.se8 
imlicated by tho Pioneer, we should be ' o< Vallandigham himself the raid of Mor- 
v to believe I P''" *"*" Ohio wa."» intended as the nucleus 

"Tf however, any of them have any . of a Copperhead in8urrecti(m in that 
money to spare, they could not give a State to prevent the enforcement of the 
better proof that they have sincerely Conscription Law. A correspondent of 
repented oftheir evil courses, had turned the Cincinnati (/az.«. reports \ all an- 

I- ..1 r *i , :- «,o,-.. atwl w«.p»' i digham's n-marks as follows : 

frvim the error of their wa}s, and were <r 

, , . , . 1- !..,„..♦' * In spcakin.c: of the present Morgan raid, 

resolved henceforth to live an lioncM, ^,,. ^^^^^^ it would be impos.Mhlc for the Oov- 

virtnons and p.atriolic life, than to use ' emnunt to enforce the conscript net in thi^ 

• , ' }-tatc and Ohio; that Moryan had hh trirea 

their surplus funds to extend andperpetu- , f^j^f („ that rff,ct , that Ihr present raid is ow/y 

ate the principles advocated bv the party «« introdxctoru matter; that he trill oirr the 

' ' ' States a second vistt tn case the law shoiiul he 

of the Union. | attempted to be en/ureed. He iipi)eiirs well 

" It will probablv succeed," however, posted on ^;0!1tlK•l•n allUirs, and undoiibte.lly 

, „:«v.r..,, ♦! ..;- „■;,! si caiisadvise.dy ot the pceond raid of Morgan, 

even without tl.eir aid . , ^^ ^^ ^^y,,,j f;^ .^ ,ortuautc as to escape t Iu- 

A1.ARX l.« »lU.\».m ^:,o ; vigilance Of our men." 

^HOOKLE. A pretty scheme ! Hut tbon<-.it failed 

The fall of Vicksburg haa occasioned — and what will Val. do now? 



CAPTAITf FI»K.'» EXl»E»ITI03r. 

The following extract from a letter 
from Dr. W. D. Dibb to his wife in St. 
Anthony, relates to the report given in 
Sunday's Pkkss in relation to Little 
Crow. Dr. Dibb is the Surgeou accom- 
panying risk's Expedition across tho 
plains. He writes from Fort Abercrom- 
bie on the 14th : 



^ix hundred" citizens and the rebels. The 
rebel loss was 6 killed and 29 wounded. 
Our loss was 2 killed and :170 captured. 

At Salem the depot was burned, but no 
other property of much value destroyed. 
A contribution of $25,000 was levied on 
the town. Wash Dupanny, one of the 
wealthiest citizens of Southern Indiana, 
was compelled to pay §5.000 to keep his 
mills from being destroyed. 

On the New Albany and Chicago Rail- 
road the rebels destroyed fourteen 
bridges and culverts from six to one 
hundred feet in length. 

At Palmyra his men were allowed every 
license in the destruction of property. 
Horse stealing was the order of the day 
with the raiders. 

At Dupont they broke into the stores 
and took all the hats, shocf and clothing 
they could find. They also took about 
two thousand canvas hams, but after- 
wards threw most of tbem away. 

Ho attempted to get out of Indiana and 
cross the Ohio at New Albany, Madison, 
and Aurora, but was met by superior 
forces of infantry at each place, where- 
upon he became disgusted with Hoosier- 
dom, and started for Ohio. 

INDIAKA vs. KKNTUCXY. 

The contrast between Indiana and 
and Kentucky ia striking. Last year 
when Kentucky was invaded Indiana 
mustered, armed, equipped and sent into 
that State one regiment a day .for four- 
teen consecutive days, but now that Indi- 
ana was invaded, upon the call of her 
George Oricre, our Sioux interpreter of last Governor for troops, sixty-one thousand 

trading with hiin this winter at DewlV Lake, tendered to tho authorities, about one 
lie xays he is iilx>ut used up. Not miuh pow- half of whom were accepted, armeo, 
der, aiid lie has set his nun to makin- bows muatered, and marched to various points 
an.l arrows He tried hard while he was prevent Morgan's crossing the river 

there to git the other Moux to join bun, but ; '■" H««=»cii». ** » fa 

thoy refu!»ed and t-aid shuy were ready to i^ive ■. and moving on nortbwanl. 
thcmbclvcft r.p. Thcv bliuucd Crow for bnng- I XHE INVASION OF OHIO. * 

iiisr this trouble uiKrn them and wanted bini to I ^ . ,n , / t « »f a j 

Icfvc He did 1. ive the moniing George M\. I On tho 13th of July Morgan entered 
and started for the Black Hills at the mouth Ohio at Uarrison, a smallviUage in Ham- 
of the Yellow Stone lUvcr.( ?) George said ■ Jiton county, twenty miles northwest of 
he (Little Crow) would give himself up if he Cincinnati. Buniing a portion of the 
thought he would not »k- hung. ! ^^^^ |,g passed on and next paid his res- 

He further writes that Fisk's Expcdi- poets to Glcndale, which contains the 
tion 

I age at this point. 
Five of the men, we learn from '^ cAPTirRiNO a funeral. 



e lUnner wriiea luai tisilb r^.\yt--\Ai~ pccis VO vjieuuwic, nui\;u i;uiii.»iua vuo 

consists of 20 wagons and 60 men— ' residences of manv Cincinnatians. They 

, o- .1 1 ^„„ k«- ' were in too much haste to do much dain- 

rhoin 2o are mounted — and one how- : '"-"' '" jr . 



itzer. 



other sources, have returned — leaving but 



5^) with Fisk. 
overtaken Sibley 
davs. 



When the rebel cavalcade wai in the 



They expected to have ^,^5^^^^ ^f Harrison they met a funeral 
»y's army in six or eight J proceBsion, which they stopped and de- 

i manded the hones. The drivark of the 



of tho shoals between it and Blannerha-sfett's 
Island, twenty miles above. They had doubt- 
less been well advised of the movements of 
our forces sent from all points to either head 
them otf or keep them confined to the only 
route eastward for them, until jhey reached 
the mountainous region and our eastern fVon- 
tier. Without following then, the progress of 
Morgan's inarch eastward, wc will take a glance 
at his course previous to the morning of the 
battle: Yesterday, Sunday, tho 19th, Mor- 

faa's right kept the main or shore road, from 
omeroy, having sent out skirmishers to feel 
the strength of that town and Middle- 
port. This was on Friday night, but if he 
had anv intention to attempt to ford at Eight 
Mile Island, he abandoned it on account of u 
show of resistance made by a small body of 
home guards, with a small piece of ordnance 
made of cast iron, and used only to fire sa- 
lutes. A skhnnish took place, in which the 
rel)el8 loet two men killed and two or three 
wounded, and the home piards had one man 
slightly wounded and lost their ^^un, which, 
however the rel)els contemptuously left be- 
hmd, after they found its utter uselcesness. 
The main IxMly were advancing on the road 
from Vinton, and uniting with the right, the 
entire force took the old stage road to Pomc- 
rt)y, and pushed for Buttiugton Island, or 
rather the shore, which It reached it is sup- 
posed at two o'clock on Sunday moniiug. 

MOVBMKN'TS ON THE RIVEK. 

Our gunboats, viz : Moose, (fiagboat) Rein- 
deer, Springfield, Naumkcag and Victory, iu 
command of Ijcutenant Commander Lc Roy 
Fitch, were patrolling the river from an acces- 
sible point l)elow Ripley to Portsmouth ; but 
as soon as it was dctiuitely ascertained that 
Morgan was pushing eastward, the Moose, 
towed by the Imperial, started up stream, fol- 
lowed at proper distance by the other Iwats. 
The Moose made the foot of Bufflngton Island 
on Saturday night, and remained until next 
morning, without changing position, on ac- 
count of a dense fog. 

The rebel force made the shore opposite and 
above the Island, as before stated, at two 
o'clock, and took position under cover of artil- 
lery, in an extensive com and wheat field, 
skirted by hills and woods on its north and 
cast sides." The position w.ns a good one, .ind 
might have been held to advantage for a much 
longer time than it wa.-', but for the co-opera- 
tion of the gun oat Moose, the only one of 
the fleet which arrived in time to participate. 

The rebels met us in solid column, and 
moved in battalions, and at the first fire re- 
pulsed our advance, wh ch was too fur ahead 
to be assisted by our artillery. This wsu the 
best opiMjrtunity they had to ni.ikc a success- 
ful fight, but wo fell back to bring forward our 
artillery, and the enemy did not seem to care to 
follow up the advantage. Meantime the fight 
progressed, but in a dcsultorj' manner, nuiil 
our artillery' got into posi'inand our lines 
wcre-drawTi closely around the enemy. A fu- 
rious onset was made on o!ir side, and tho 
rebels were driven over the field eastwanl, 
and sanght tho shelter of tho woods beyond. 

CO-OPERATIOX OFTUEOIN llOATS. 

No more fortunate circumstance could have 
transpired for the Union force than the esca)>e 
of Capt. Grafton to the gunltoat Moose, for he 
po nted out to Lieut. Com. F;tch the exact ix>- 
sition of tho rebels, and enablod that o'Hcor so 
to direct his guns as to throw shell in their 
verj' midst. "The Moose is nmied with twenty- 
four jioundcr Dahlgrcn puns, a most accurate 
and clTectivc gun. A dense fog, however, pre- 
vailed, which prevented Lieut. Fitch doing as 
great execution in the rcl>cl works as he de- 
sired, bit his shots f<om the larboard and 
fonvard gun.'' told, and an extensive scattering 
took place. The Moon opened at 7 o'clock, 
aud as the rebels were driven, she kept steadi- 
ly moving up stream, throwing shell aud 
shrapnel over the heads of our men into the 
ranks of the enemy 

It now became evident that the rebels were 
being pressed in all directions, and that hard 
fighting wonld not save tbem firom destruc- 
tion. 

ATTEMPT TO CROSS INTO VIROINIA. 

A simultaneous rush was then made for the 
river, and throwing away anns and cveu 
clothing, a Urge bodv ran down to the shore, 



THE PUKStriT CONTINUES. 

Gen. Shackelford continued the pur- 
suit vigorously tho next day, Morgan in 
the meantime taking the back track. 
Coming up gith him at three in the after- 
noon the fight took place, of which we 
have had the oflicial report, resulting in 
the capture of between 1,000 and 1,600 
men, and a large number of officers among 
them Basil Duke. Morgan himself 
escaped with a remnant of his force by 
resorting to a contemptible subterfuge 
worthy of the no'orious villian. Through 
his officers he asked for time to con- 
sider the subject of surrendering, and 
forty minutes being granted, he improved 
it by decamping. 

IIIS NEXT POSIT ON. 

He now seems to have changed his tac- 
tics, and being unable to cross the river, 
turns his horses' heads northward. We 
hear of him the day following th 21st, at 
Vinton, McArthur County, still being 
closely pnrsued. 

THE ROL'TE PURSUED. 

Running through Athens and Morgan 
Counties, he crossed the Muskingum, 
eighteen miles below Zanesville, creating 
great excitement in that city. Business 
was suspended as it had been elsewhere 
on his route, and the citizens joined in 
the pursuit almost en masse. Shortly af- 
ter crossing the Muskingum, he was at- 
tacked by the militia under Col Hall, but 
succeeded in making his escape as usual. 

Passing through Guernsey County, he 
halted at Washington long enough to 
plunder the place and continued his ride, 
traversing Harrison and Carrol Counties. 

HIS CAPTURE AT LAST. 

From Carrol County he seems to have 
entered Columbia County, and as our dis- 
patches this morning indicate, he wa.s 
captured near New Lisbon, the county 
Seat, on Sunday. The dispatch is brief 
but satisfactory, announcing, as it does, 
the capture of the notorious guerrilla and 
the remainder of his band. 

Some idea of the extent of his ride can 
be inferred from the fact that entering the 
State at the extreme south-west corner, 
he was captured eighty miles south-east of 
Cleveland. 

THE DAMAGE DONE. 

Our forces were constantly in such close 
pursuit that he was unable to indict any 
serious damage beyond the impressment of 
horses. Our forces were obliged to re- 
cruit their horses by seizing fresh ones 
wherever Morgan had not exhausted the 
stock, so that in the general confusion the 
government will have a large horse bill 
to pay. 

THE TOTAL RESULT. 

The result of the raid can be briefly 
summed up. On the 8th inst. John Mor- 
gan, at the head of 4,800 men entered 
Indiana, traversed eight counties in that 
State, when he extended his visit to Ohio, 
where he rode through twenty-one coun- 
ties,, had several skirmishes and two en- 
gagements, and lost in killed, wounded 
and prisoners, 4,800 men, besides John 
Morgan. 



T AND WARRANT LOST ! 

Public noUra is given, that Bounty Land War- 
rant No. 101,:n4 for 160 acres Usued June flth, 
1002, to Melinda Furman, was on or atMut the 
18th of August, 16G2, lo<«t from the mail in Iu 
transmission from Ljodi, K. Y., t« St. Paul 
HlnnesoU. A Caveat has been filed in tb« 0«ii 
eral Land Oflice t« prevent the location thereof, 
and application ha« been made to the Pension 
Office for the issne of a Duplicate thereof. Said 
Warrant had been duly sold aud assigned to at. 
JAMES E. TU03IPS0N. 

jy-W^tw HOttACE THOMPSON. 



Office Commiwaky of SrB«i8TKir«K, ; 
UfFKK Lkvke, Sai>t Pali 
July arth, 



THE 






THE 



The Provost Marshal for the First 
District of Minnesota, has furnished tho 
Rochester Post with the number of men 
enrolled in the several counties under the 
conscription act. W^e subjoin the num- 
ber comprised in the first class only — be- 
ng all able-bodied unmarried men be- 
tween the ages of twenty and forty-five 
years, and all able-bodied married men 
between twenty and thirty-five years — as 
follows : 



FOR ABMY SUPPLIES. 

B«I8TKir«K, ) 

lUL, Mik., > 
, 1863. > 

^ea,led. Proposals 

Will be received at this office until 12 o'clock X., 
AUGUST 5th, 1863, 

For furnishing the following sub:iistence stores 
for the use of the United States Army. 

FOR DELIVERY SEPTEMBER Isr, 1863. 

&,000 Pounds City Cured Hams, canvaaaed, 
in barrels (full head lined.) 

00,000 Pounds good, clean dry brown Sugar, 
In barrels (full head lined.) 

S50 Bushels fine dry Salt, 50 ponnds to the 
bushel, in double sacks, the outside 
sack to be gunny and 10 be re-sewed. 

. 1.100 Gallons of Molasses, in half barrels. 

a.OOO Pounds good Dried Apples, put up In 
tight barrels (full head lined.) 

3,000 Pounds good Green Tea in half chens. 



Small samples to accompany proposals. The 
boxes containing the same to be carefully labelled 
on the side. 

The stores to be inspected by such Inspectors 
as may be appointed by the undersigned. 

Sidders may propose for the whole or a part of 
any article. 

No bid will be received unless from parties 
knowrn to the undersigned, withoat a guarantee 
from two responsible parties f,>r the faithful ful- 
fillment of the contract, if awarded. 

The cost of J ackages to be included in the place 
of the article, and each package to be marked with 
the contents and the name of the pet son famish- 
ing the article, and the date of contract. 

Proposals for different articles must l)e on sep- 
arate sheets of paper. 

Each bid must have a printed copy of this ad- 
vertisement pasted at its head, and must be spa 
clfic In complying precisely witli all the terms. 

All to be delivered free of drayage at the Com- 
missary Store House, on the Upper Le\'e«, or at 
such place in the city of Saint Paul, as may be 
required by the undersigned. 

The undersigned r'^serres the rigtit to reject 
any or all bids. 

Proposals to be endorsed " Proposals for Sub- 
sistence Stores." 

Payment to t>e made in snch funds as may be 
furnished by the United SUtcs. 

Stores to be weighed by the city weigher, or by 
the undersigned. If required. 

A copy of the recent laws with refarenoa to 
contracts and contractors may be found at tlils 
office, and will be furnished contractors for their 
information and guidance. 

Proposals from contractors who hare preTions- 
ly failed to comply with their bidt: ; from disl3}-al 
persons; those Interested in more than one Wd, 
or wherethe bidder is not present to respond to 
his bid, will not be considered. 

A bond with good security will be required. 

FORSt OF GUAKAXTEE. 

We,- ,of the County of , and Sute 

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— Mayor Opdyke of New York city has 
ofTered a reward of $500 for the appre- 
hension and conviction of any person who 
has committed either murder or arson in 
the course of the recent riots in that city. 

Steamboat and River News. 



O" We were pleased to see on *«n'?ay the 
steamer Albany at our levee. She his just oome 
from the stocks, a- d has had 23 feet added to her 
length. Tho agreeabhi William Watson is her 
clerk. 



ii ON E T A R -F. 



to fulfil the contract in accordance with the terms 
of hla proposition aud tliat bhould his proposition 
be accepted, he will at once enter into a contract 
in accordance therewith. Should the contract l>e 
awardcded him, we are prepared to become his 

securities. 
This guarantee»i;uust be appended to eadi bid. 
Those not corresponding with the above con- 
ditions will be rejected. 

H. P. 8>LALL. 
Captain and Com. of Sabsittenoe. 
jy28-td ^ 

r^REAT BARGAINS. 

The best bargain one can make in anrthlng Is 
to purchase m First Class artde at a low rate. 
This is the sort of bargains A. U. WIMB:s>U is 
giving his customers ever>' day, at his Grocery 
Store, on Jackson-street. je2*-tf 

-Vl^ ANTED, 

A young man of good education and address, 
to travel with an exhibition as showman and 
explanatory lecturer, balary Uberal. Address, 
with references, ^ . ,,. 

j N 23-tf Box M7, St. Pan!, Mln . 



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USICIANS WANTED! 



I want a few good Musicians to fill up a Brig- 
ade i>aud now organizing. For particulars, ad- 
dreas. 

J. E. E. PEGGS. 
jy2llw» Rice Lake, MIn. 



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ARMER WANTED. 



MoNPAT EVK., July 27- 
The subscription to-day to the 5-SO Loan 
amounted to $2<>,ooo. 

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TByTeleKraph.! 
lV«w York .Itarliet. 

New Yokk, July 27, 1 r. M. 
Flour 3c better. 

GRAi.'f— Wheat Ic better, and very quiet; $1.01 
ei.(8 for spring Chicago; $1.13^1.22 forMll. club; 
$1.2231.'2n winter red Western. Rye and Barley 
dull. Com jc better, at 68{i 68 \'. Oats steady at 
71«77. 
Pork dull and hea\-y. 
LAiiD flimer. 
Whisky 459 16 «i. 



I want a responsible man and wife to take 
charge of mv fa>rra aod sheen on s'^ares. 30u 
acres of i.intl— DO of it under p.ow. 200 aheep or 
more. AddretS, 

jy7-tf ^^ W. BARRY, Dundif. 



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RAWING CLASS. 



Mr. BARTLETT, Artist, over Monger's Music 
Store, Third St., will form a claaa to be tanght 
Drawing Terms $6 per quarter. To commence 
August M at his Mudlo. |y»4-2w 



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A male or female Teacher Is wanted In th« 
High School In the city of St. Anthony. Terna 
to commence Aug. 10, luM. Competent to u-aeft 
the higlier English Branches is required. Appl/ 
immedi.itely to ilie Board ol Education. 
^ N. H. MINEK, 
Secretary of ihe Board of Edueatioc. 
Dated July 21 , 18«3. jy23*t 
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PUBLISHED DAILY, Tm^.r.KI.T AND WKKKLT. 



From the Second Minnesota 

Its Pari in Bosocrans' Recent 
Movement. 



HOW TIIF.Y DUIVK THE SECKSH. 



[Though rather old, the followiug let- 
ter will be road with interest, aa a part 
ol the history of the gallant Second.] 

CvMr NK.An EiK Rivek, / 
'IVniu'SKoe, July 6, 1S«»3. S 

To tlu- KiUtor sof tlio St. I'aul Vn^**. 

It inav be intcrestiu},' to some of your 
reatlers' to know what part the Second 
Minnesota regiment Uiok in the late 
movements ol the Army of the Cumber- 
land. 

At 5 o'clock A. M., June 'i.J, we unex- 
pectedly received orders to be ready to 
move iii two hours with bag and baggage. 
The movements had been kept so secret 
that we could not tell which way we were 
going until we were on the road. Some 
thought we were to go to Virksburg, 
others to Nashville, but one day's march 
convinced us that the movement wan 
against our enemies in front. Our first 
day's march was about fourteen miles 
southeast, over a very dusty road, bi- 
vouacking near the Murlreesboro ami 
Kagleville pike, .southwest of Moriison. 
We resumed the march on the morning 
of the 2 1st, and came out on the Shelby- 
ville pike, where Vallandigham was turned 
over to his friends, about 2 o'clock, and 
at 3 A. M. relieved two regiments that 
was skirmishing with the enemy. Com- 
panies E and K were deployed as skir- 
mishers, and for three hours a brisk fire 
was kept up at about three hundred yards 
apart. The *' rebs" tried their cannon 
on us twice, but did no damage. Our 
object was not to drive them, only to 
engage them, whdc the balance of the 
brigade passed around them at our left, 
but°thcy "smelt the rat," and left in 
haste about 3 r. M. It had rained stead- 
ily all day, and our clothes were wet 
through. At midnight wc were taken 
back about half a mile and allowed to 
build fires. None of our boys were hurt 
during the skirmish, but there was a 
number of narrow escapes. Lieut. Col. 
Bishop, who is always looking out for the 
interest and welfare of the men, received 
a rebel bullet through his coat. 

"Reveille" sounded at 3 o'clock, on 
the 25th, and we moved on as soon as it 
was light enough to see anything, to over- 
take the balance of the brigade. The 
raia soon began to comedown in torrents, 
and we passed many teams stuck fast in 
the mud. The roads were in a horrible 
condition to move an army over, but 
there was no backing out now. We 



ade, we in«(>>))^d back to camp, hav)Uff 
to wadu thr(«4; prtieks, which wire much 
swollen by th(t niieent rains. 

JixY l.sT.-~-VVe moved forwanl, and 
marched into TuUahoma in time to find 
Bragg and his army gone. Our division 
wa.s the first to enter town, the advance 
being in time to see the last of the enemy 
leave. 

From prisoners, we learned that Bragg 
had been reinlbn;e«l the day before, 
and that his whole force was about forty 
thousand. They had worked on breast- 
works on the east side of town when we 
entered. Up to « o'clock the night be- 
fore, and at 2 o'clock at night, they com- 
menced to leave. They lell some seige 
guns anda consitlerable quantity of stores. 
Owing to bad roails, and our provision 
trains not coming up, we have only made 
about ten miles since. We had to get 
across Klk river by pulling ourselves oyer 
by ropes and hanging on to horses' tails. 
It was a novel siglit, but we got over all 
safe, and are now living on nothing but 
mush, made from meal captured fron» the 

secesh. . , . , . 

It has rained every day smce the 2:ira 
of .June, except one. The country for 
miles around is nothing but a densu wil- 
derness, made up of a bed of clay and 
mud, with a scrubby black oak tree stuck 
in at every place where anything wdl 
grow. 

All the shelter wc have had since wc 
left Triune is a single rubber blanket to 

the man. ,_,, . . „ 

" OCCASIONAL." 
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^tU»:k>Mf( tho enemy « here, but we shidl 
bu blow to criticise an olUi'cr of his ser- 
vice and capacity until the lUcts are bet- 
ter known. Wi- uiilv remark, while hrc 
is censured lor attacking; an army a With' 
superior to his own. wilh the adviintage 
of pt)sition against hiiu. .loh-lon was il«'- 
nounceii for not attai-king four times his 
number, in fortifications and position by 
the Side of which (Jettysburg was a play- 
ground. 

The Richmond Enquirer of the 7th 
contains an editorial urging capitalists to 
fit out more privateers to prey on North- 
ern commerce, and loncluding, *' Thougli 
our great armies are disintegrated, and 
we be compi'lle*! to carry on a guerrilla 
^urfare. whirli we aro iletermined on, it 
worst conies to worst, no long as a spot 
can be held for the government to rest on, 
or even if it lives as an itinerant, the 
guerrilla warfare of the ocean can be 
waged, and thus insure our final triumph. 
** Let all exert themselves then to jmt 
a ship to sea ; let government redouble 
its efforts. 

♦'The sea is our best element, because 
we have no eoniinerce to be harmed. 
Every true heart has sworn enmity like 
that of Hannibal— iin<lying. With our 
prospect of years of war, let u.'< pn^^ ships 
to sea to the utmost of our ability." 

♦-•-♦.♦-♦ — 
A (JUAYK CIIAIUiL A(iAINST GOV. 
SEYMOrU. 



journal oi^' lil|^«-st creilit, on wtliority | 
sai«l to l)«' '• seml-oiruial," and with the 
promise <if nrool hereafter, that the small 
State militia fones in New York wc^re ! 
not poimittud to be used at the outs« t of .j 
the riot. It is certain that the polii e, the ^ 
provost guard. United States Marines 
and n-gulars tiid all that was done toward 
the tiiielliiigof the riot, in the first two or 
tlire*' days. 

When'Ciuv. Seymour arrived, he exhibi- 
ted, to say the v«Ty least, a great relue- 
taiH-e to lulopi measures demandi'd ol his 
oflice, lor erufihing and punishing the 
mob. Ills first |>roree(liiig was a .spet-th 
to the ruUiaiis, in wlii<h he exchanged as- 
surances of Iriondship with them, and pro- 
poscil tilt' substitution of his olli-'ial ef- 
forts lor thiir brute undertaking, to arrest 
the (haft. 

It is paiidul to ent.Ttain so terrible a 
sus|)ieion ; but ni» loyal mind, seii.silive to 
the indications of treason, cm exclude it. 
It is seriously lorced upon su«'h, and they 
have no right to shut it out. It demaiuls 
a stern <iue8tionuig of the facts, until they 
are sill mI to the bottom. 

THE ARMY OP TUB POTOMAC. 

CAI'MK.^ uf tmnti. ftZlt'M nE.7IO%'AI. 



GREAT BARGAINS 



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(Sacce»sorii to Cooi-r-.y, Towkk it Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 



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Rebel Views of the Position. 



net !■ CoHVlcC«'d Ujr IIU «»»ni OIH- 
cera of riotllnar AKUi»*t «»»** **«»*• 
•rniuf ut. 



TJIE LOSS OF VICKSBURG 
IRREPARABLE BLOW. 



AN 



THE PALL OF CHARLESTON 
IMMINENT. 

"UFE NO LONOEK ^VORTH H.WING, 
IF CHARLESTON FALLS." 



■f tkej Cttu't FlylK om I.«nd, they 
will Fltfli* om ttaf* Hr«. 



DELI BE li ATI-: 
SI ST 



i\Ti:\Tio\s 

Tin: DliAFT. 



TO HE 



What estimate the rebels put upon the 
consequences of the fall of Yicksburg, 
while they were still indulging in the be- 
lief of groat victories elsewhere, is shown 
by the following extract from the Mont- 
gomery (Ala.) Mail, of the 8th: 

Tho news from Virginia has absorbed 
public attention to suc^ a degree that we 
arc apt to lose sight of Vicksburg. It is 
true that the recent demonstration ol 
Gen. Lee is well calculated to attract the 
deepest interest, but we doubt if the con- 
luest of Pennsylvania, and the conflagra- 



passed a portion of Gen. McCook's corps 
a number of miles east of the Shelbyville 
and TuUahoma pike, while we pressed 
on in a southeasterly direction toward 
Hoover's Gap, to join Gen. Thomas' corps, 
which consists of four divisions, one of 
which, under Rosecrans, had driven the 
rebels from a portion of the Gap on tho 
24th, and only awaited reinforcements to 
clear the Gap of every rebel. The ene- 
my held a strong position, which, if much 
resistance had been offered us, it would 
have cost us many lives to have taken ; 
but as Bragg anticipated that Rosecrans 
was coming by the way of Liberty (iap, 
massed his forces there, only sending 
about seven thousand men to defend 
Hoover's Gap, which is on the road 
leading from Murfreesboro to Manches- 
ter, a town only fourteen mdes north- 
east of TuUahoma. About noon we 
formed in !'"« o^ battle and moved for- 
ward, and took position on the left of a 
battery, which soon opened on the ene- 
my. Only at one point did they seem 
disposed to stand, and a charge of the 
18th Regular and the 17th Ohio soon 
made them get their battery out of the 
way. We *' bivouacked" near the bluff 
when they made this last stand. On the 
night of the 2Gth and the 27th we moved 
forward, with only a little skirmishing. 
We learned that three brigades of the 
enemy had passed ahead of us in the 
morning ; but as our forces had cut ofif 
their retreat to Manchester, they took a 
road turning to the right, and retreated 
towards TuUahoma. We kept on to 
Manchester, arriving there, after watling 
a number of streams, about one o'clock 
at night. \Vo found Gen. Rosecrans' 
Headquarters established there, and 
learned that our advance had reached 
there about 8 o'clock a. m., capturing 
the Provost Marshal, with forty or fifty 
guards. 

The 28th our brigade was ordered out 
on the TuUahoma road to camp. About 
six miles out we came upon the enemy's 
pickets and drove them about a mile and 
a half, which gave us a convenient camp- 
ing ground, where we "bivouacked" 
about dark. The next day tho brigade 
was ordered out to find out if the enemy 
was in force, and drive them far enough 
to give Gen. Reynold's division a camp- 
ing ground, as they were expected up 
that afternoon. 

The Second Minnesota took the ad- 
vance, and Companies B and I deployed 
as skirmishers, when the firing soon com- 
menced between the two lines of skirm- 
ishers. We drove the enemy for about 
three-fourths of a mUe.when a heavy show- 
er cauie on, and we fell back to where we 
first started them. We could hear the 
enemy firing at "where we were" after 
we had got back, three-quarters of a 
mile, but as the rain was pouring down 
in torrents, and we had no rubber blan- 
ket with us, their foolishness did not in- 
terest us much. After they were certain 
we had retreated, they followed up slowly 
until they came to our line of skirmishers, 
when the fire again opened. One of Gen. 
Wheeler's body guard rode up so near 
that one of Company I boys brought him 
from his horse, putting a ball through his 
body. His horse was captured, and he 
waa brought back on stretchers. We 
again moved forward on them and drove 
them b^k as steadily as before for about 
a mile, when they appeared to be in con- 
siderable fjFce, holding a strong position 
with a field between us. One piece of 
our battery got into position, and fired 
two sho*s, which were quickly answered 
^ by the shots irom a rebil battery within 
three hundred yards. One of their shots 
killed a hcr^e, and the others would have 
^ hurt some of our boys if we had been 
standing up. It had got to be quite dark, 
and, ait«r b<9in^ relieved by the 2d brig- 



tion of ever)' farm in that State, would 
compensate 'for the loss of Vicksburg. 
Bv the ono we shall have destroyed a 
certain amount of the enemy's property ; 
by the other wo shall not only lose prop- 
erty, but prestige. If Vicksburg falls, 
what will be the consequence ? Tho (,'on- 
lederacy will be cut in two parts. Arkan- 
sas, Louisiana, and Texas placed beyond 
the reach of succor or support, the Mis- 
sissippi river vielded to the \"ankees, the 
State of Mississippi given up to raids and 
ruin, and Johnson forced to fall back to 
the Tombigbee river, and perhaps to the 
Alabama. These results will assuredly 
follow tho capture of Vicksburg, and yet 
wo doubt if many persons give more than 
a passing thought to the subject. 

The Mobile Tribune of the loth of Ju- 
ly, speculates with evident apprehension 
as to the course Grant would be likely to 
take. It fears that he will strike for 
Selma, while he relies upon Rosecrans to 
draw off Bragg, take Chattanooga, and 
move down toward Montgomery. It 
says, " if this be the plan it is bold 
enough, and if it should be successful, 
would be disastrous enough. Mobile 
would then be at the mercy of the enemy, 
without the necessity of firing a gun into 
it." Another sentence in this editorial is 
significant. Admitting that it draws a 
dark picture of the rebel situation, it 
says that " its probability is in the as- 
sumption that Bragg will be annihilated 
and that Johnston has no army to help 
himself with." 

We have heretofore given extracts from 
Charleston papers showing their hopeless- 
ness of being able to defend the city 
against Gen. Gilmore. The following 
extract from the Charleston 'CotinVT re- 
veals tho estimate they place upon the 
consequences of its tall : 

The fall of Charleston involves conse- 
quences tphieh tee shudder to contemplate. 
With her capture the whole State would 
soon be at the mercy of the foe, and the 
great caiue of Southern Independence 
would be put in fearful jeopardy. No- 
thing but a guerrilla warfare for the south- 
ern and southwestern portion of the Con- 
federacy, if not for its whole extent, would 
thm b« lejt us, in manifestation of our 
undying and unconquerable determination 
never to submit to if ankee rule. Let us, 
then, resolve to defend our beloved and 
time-honored city to the last extremity. 
First let us make every possible human 
effort to wrest the adjacent islands from 
the enemy, and enable Sumter and our 
other harbor fortress, withour steam rams 
to keep the vandals at bay. Failing in 
this, and even should Sumter become un- 
tenable, then let us resolve on a Saragos- 
sa defense of our city, manning and de- 
fending every wharf — fighting from street 
to street, and house to bouse — and, if 
failing to achieve success, yielding nothing 
but smoking ruins and mangled Dodie.s as 
the spoil of the ruthless conqueror. 

Should Charleston fall, life will be no 
longer worth living; let us then freely 
pern life in her defense, and resolutely 
devote her to destruction sooner than 
yield her undemolished, as a trophy and 
flourishing seaport, to the accursed foe. 
Wo once advocated a different policy — 
we were once for capitulation, in prefer- 
' enco to self-sought or self-infiieted deso- 
lation. But we then mistakably thought 
wc had to encounter an enemy bound by 
the rules of civilized warfare. The mask 
is now thrown aside : New Orleans, Nash- 
ville, aad Memphis have taught us what 
we have to expect from the tender mer- 
cies of our unprincipled foe, and we knsw 
that our subjugation involves submission 
to a vile and atrocious despotism, to worse 
than savage barbarities, to degrcdation 
and insult, sparing neither age, sex, nor 
condition, and to the galling infamy of 
servile domination. Let us, then, bid 
destruction and extermination welcoms, 
sooner than to succumb to Yankee domi- 
nion, and all its nameless enormities ; and, 
if Charleston must fall, let her, although 
ruin, yet live as the most glcrious 



From tho Buiralo K.xprt-s.s. .luly '-M. 

The commissioned ofiicers of the nOlh 
regiment N. G. S. N. Y.. residing in the 
Second Assembly ')istrict ol Niagara 
county, have published an address to the 
citizens of that district, which contains a 
statement ol facts calculated to startle, 
not only the community to whom it is ad- 
tlressed'. but the loyal people of the » n- 
tirc State. The narrative of these ofli- 
cers may be brielly given. 

On receiving the general order issued 
by tho Adjutant General of this Stati', on 
the U>th of June, directing the oigaiiiz.i- 
tion of a regiment of the New York Na- 
tional Guard in each Assembly Di.-trut. 
these officers of the 66th appointed a 
meeting to be hejd at Wilson, for the pur- 
pose ot° taking proper steps in execution 
of the order. Tluir district contained 
four fully org.inized companies of the 
66th. but'the Colonel of that existing reg- 
iment resided idsewhero. In such case, 
according to the terms of the order, a 
Colonel of the new District organization 
was to be appointed ; and these ollicers 
expected as a matter of course, to be con- 
sulted in the selection of the same. Be- 
fore their meeting was held, however, 
they received information that one Win. 
McRea, of Cambria— a man unknown to 
them, without military experience, 
and previously unconnected with the 
militia, had been appointed Colonel 
Necessarilv, the appointment was unsat- 
isf.ictory. ' They met, and found tliem- 
selves unanimously desirous Xif securing 
the appointment of Col. (ieo. L. Moote 
of Porter. Their feelings were commu- 
nicated to Mr. .McCrea, and he expressed 
himself favorably disposed to an accoju- 
modation of the matter, which should 
place Col. :Moote at the head of the re-^i- 
ment, himself taking a lower commission. 
A meeting was appointed to arrange this 
settlement, when suddenly Mr. McCrca's 
disposition underwent a change; he re- 
pudiated his own propositions, refused to 
attend any conference, and declared his 
resolution to proceed in the arbitrary 
exercise of the authority conferred ui)on 
him bv the Governor. 

And now comes the startling develop- 
ment to which the.se difliculties led. In 
conversation with one of the olficers, Mr. 
McCrea gave an expLinatioii of his con- 
duct, and this explanation is reported in 
their address, as below. It is the state- 
ment of Capt. Sealileiiou, and intioducing 
it, the ollicers say : "This statement was 
reduced to writing very soon alter the 
conversation, and Lieut. Pettit declares 
that Mr. McCrea told him the same, in 
substance— in fact, nearly word for word. 
Those who know these gentlemen pl.ace 
implicit reliance in the truth of the state- 
ment, to which they are ready at any 
time to testilj-, which is as follows :" 

I saw Coloiicl McCrea July 7, 18R3. lie 
said to mt', about noon, " I did not want the 
oflicc of Colonel in this District : but as it was 
pressed on mc bv men that I knew to l)C rij^lit 
for our Governor, I aceepted. I will say to 
you, but lontidditi lily, the object of thi.s is to 
Rct this militia tone into our liand.s— have 
proijcr men api)ointod— so if tlic (iovcmor 
wishes to resist the National Dmtt, which ho 
intends to do, as he thinks it unconstitutional, 
he can do so safely; for he then will h:ive 
l)roi>cr men in oftice over this National Guard, 
so as to control it to his wish, nsist the draft, 
and the people cannot lielpthomselvos, asthiy 
will have no militarA- that they cm control to 
their wish. 1 have this from ht-.-id' luai ters, 
from gentlemen that saw the Governor on this 
subject. It is not only iiiy own views of the 
matter, but the Governor's and our party. 

The gentlemen who bring this statement 



('■orri"-pi)ii<li'iii'i' of New Voik TIdh .s. 

FuKOKKK K, Ml)., Montlay, July 20, 
1H6;». — .\ bri«'l retrospective gljinee at the 
doiii'is ol the Army of the Potomac, du- 
ring its late anltious campaign, may not 
be the most uninteresting reading for 
these hot days. 

The first ten days of Lee's invasion 
was a mere, feint — a mere diversion — in 
the hope of seeing Hooker's army swiftly 
rush northward into Pennsylvania to stop 
the ravages of one small division, while 
the mass of the rebel army, jiassing sud- 
denly down to Leesburg, could, in less 
than one day's iiiaivli cross the Potomac 
at Nolan's Ford, and place itself between 
the national army aiul Washington. 

There is no feature of the campaign 
more positive than this, and Lee was 
completely out-geiieruled in its attempted 
execution. And yet the (Jencral coin- 
uiandiiig the Army of the Potomac at that 
lime has been abused because he did not 
ol)ey the behests of every frightened 
laniier ill PeiiUMhania, and rush to the 
protection of barnyards a"d .'■tables. 

W hen Lee had tailed ;o induce Hooker 
to uncover Washi-igton. he lost no time 
in pushing foi \v:ii(l into M.iryland. It is 
equallv true of Hooker thai he lost no 
time ill pur.>-uir. NVitlubawing his army 
speedily from its fau-l'ke position in front 
of Washington, he crossed th** river by 
the pontoon bridges at Kdwanl't. Ferry, 
and in two days placed it in the vicinity 
of Frederick — Jin average distance of 
filly-two miles. At Frederick, (ieneral 
Hooker's career as commander of the 
army of the Potomac cjnne to a sudden 
termination. 

I do not know (li.it the circumstances 
resulting in (Jen. Hooker's removal have 
ever been given to the public. Being able 
to state thein precisely, 1 will give them 
Inielly : 

From the lime of leaving Fredericks- 
burg, (jen. Hooker had been aytins under 
a strict letter ol instructions from Gen. 
Ilalleck, and had been reporting to the 
latter daily. The letter of instructions 
oidered Gen. Hooker to cover Washing- 
ton at all times, and when the passa^/e of 
our army into Maryland became a lixed 
fact, M.-iryland Heights was also added 
as a point to be covered and protected, 
and Gen. Hooker was authorized to as- 
sume command of any troops that he 
might find in any department wherein he 
temporarily posted, including the 



XIio Choap OaNli Stor4» 

Wc will cummcuc*; thU uiorningKclllugour stuck 
of .si; MM KU 

DRESS GOODS, 



PARASOLS, 

BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, 

BALMORALS, 
COTTOXAUKS AND LKJUT CA8.S1MEUES, 

At greatly 

REDUCED PRICES. 

IF YOU WAST BAItGAIXS,] 
COMK AM) ski: ton YOURSELVES, 

UeinPinbcr the placo, 
No. 218 Third Street, St. Paul, 

NEXT DOOK TO N. W. EXTRESS OFFICE 

H. KNOX TAYLOR. 



Ooiximission Mierclia^nts, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOEk 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Ac, <fec., 

XOS. 3 & 4 JACKSON STRl^KT. BETWEEN LEVEE AND THIRD, SAINT PAUL, illSN. 

TorrnM -------- CA^H. 



In the Department of 

IL. i Q XJ O IX S A- 3V r> S X: O A XC f«i 

Our stock will be fouud L.AUGtc aud coMrLKTi: at all times, and at priO'B to fiuit tb< viowt o 

cIoseRt buyers. UccumWr 1, 1842 



JUST I^ K C E I V K D ^ T 

C . P R O A L ' S , 

An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

(iiim Blaiikels. (iiim Pouches, Giiiii Toats, (iiiui Talmas Gum 

Wading Boots, elc, etc« 

ALSO, ALL SORTS OF LEATHER TRAVELING COXVEXIENCES. 
Coi'iier Tliix'<l iiiicl Kol>ei*t-StK. 



j"5-lf 



xvr s. :mcclure & co., 
Produce Commission Merchants, 

For tho 8">I<' of IJiitt.T, Choosp, Lard, EjrRs. 
IK-aiK^, I't-as, Dried l-"ruils, l-iour aad l'rovi!>io:i!( 
-Ain rulton A»tr*><'t, 

Oil. Washington Market, NEW YOIIK 

w. •^. M'tl.l'iti:. •'. mVmuk. 

n. K. r.ALL.VBP. 



January 11, 186.3.— ly. 



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/.' K F E Jl h X C E S . 

Ooo. W. \Vliito. Ca.-li, .Al.-chanic'.s iJ'k, Hrooklyu 

lion. Horatio lliillard, S^'C. fitat.' of Now York. 

Wni. •ripp!', l'^^'^. StaiiMurd Ins. Co., Now 1 ork. 

A. li. Itallanl. Vpsila. ti.^icliif,'an. 

J. L. hfllv, Milwaukw, \> i.scousin, 

K. II. Huntington, Adam's IrU Co , X. i . 

.1. II. Hoi'd, Clica. Nt'w York. 

lion. Il.'ury .1. Uayiiiond, ".\< w York Iimos. ' 

C. 11 WhfcU'r, >t. Albans, Vermont. 

I>. Ward, Lancaster, Orant Co., WisconMn 

jylO ly 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

BXJMMEU _^llll A-IS OEM K^CT. 

On and after MONDAY, JUNE 15th, Passpcgcr Trains will run as follawe : 
Leave St. Paul. Arrive at St. Anthony. Leave .St. Anthony. Arrive at St. Paul. 

5:45 A. M. G:2U a. m. 8:0(1 a. m. 8:35 a. m. 

11:30 A. M. 1-^:05 m. 2:00 r. m. 2:U p. m. 

5:00 r. >i. 5:35 i*. m. 6:00 r. M. 6:35 p. M. 

"VV. B. r^ITCHF-IELI^, 

Of ueral Supci-inteiicleiit. 

apl8 tf 



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,i.llE, WHITNEY & CO., 

BUCCESSOll TO 

Thompson, Whitney & Co 

Manufacturers and Jobbers of 

TJOOX.S and feJHOES, 

IG LAKE STREET, CHigAGO, ILL 

Wc are now receiving a largo etock of Goods 

KUOM THK 

BEST MAXUF.\CTORIES IN THE EAST 

and with very largt- »ddition to our 

IIOME-.\LU)E CL'STOM WORK 

Wo are projiared to off r to the Country Trad 
tho best assortment of Boots and Shoes 

tho city. 

GILLETTE, WUITNEY & CO. 
P. O. Drawi-r W^. al-(>m. 




was , — . , 

•garrison ol tt'ii thousand lucn at Harper's 

^' wLri leaving Fairfa.x Cot.rt Ilmtsc for TR.\X SPORT AT ION AND 



TTATCirS BATTALION ! 

RECRUITS WANTED. 

BOARD 



in 



monument of aelf-defense ercr recorded 
in history, covering her defenders with 
immortal glory, and her vandal conquer- 
ors with undying infamy. 

The Richmond Examiner of the 18th, 
speaking of the battle of Gettysburg, 
says: 

Many persons now bUme Gen. Lee for 



of alarniing facts before tlu; public ari' 
eleven in number, and bv nau»c as fol- 
lows : Capt James M.Newman, Capt. 
H. Eschbaugh, Capt. J. W. Egglcston, 
Capt. S. V. Seahlcnou, Lieut. Wni. O. 
Pettit, Lieut. Alvin Wilson, Lieut. J. 
Vincent, Lieut. J. Outwater, I..ieut. S. 
B. Miller, Lieut. Wm. Pool, (iuarter- 
master J. M. McChesney. 

Now, what, it becomes every loyal cit- 
izen to ask, are we to think ol this uiat- 
ter ? li the testimony here brought came 
to us unsupported by any other indica- 
tions or evidences of a monstrous design, 
in the re-organiz.aiion of the State militia, 
to make it the instrument of treason to 
the National Goveniment — a stiliservicnt 
power in the hands of a rehellioiiF Statt- 
Governor, to be used in re^ist!ng the ex- 
ecution of a national law — then we might 
justly refuse it warrant suthcieiit for tlif 
harboring of so dreadlul a suspicion I'ut 
it does not stand unsupported. Tlien- 
has been more than one prmeeding in 
connection with (Jov. Seymour'.-^ sudden 
undertaking to re-organize the State mi- 
litia, of a strange and suspicious charac- 
ter. Who, for instance, could find a loyal 
explanation of the api)ointment of John 
A. (Jreen, of Syracuse, tlie notorious op- 
ponent of the war and sympathizer with 
the rebellion, to a Brigadier Generalship ? 
And why do we hear it intimated from'all 
directions, that the minor appointments 
have been of the same outrageous char- 
acter ? 

The action of Gov. Seymour in relation 
to the riot of last week in New York is 
not calculated to discredit the testimony 
of his Niagara County Colonel. Inform- 
ed beforehand of the exa»'t time when the 
draft would bo commenced in certain 
districts ol New York, he adopted no 
measures to prevent a disturbance. He 
sent, instead, his Adjutant General to 
Washington — on Saturday before the riot, 
and in anticipation of it, as his language 
to the mob would intimate — to implore 
the government to stop the draft. He 
was absent from the State when the anti- 
. cipated riot began. It is afhrmed by a 



Frederick, (Jen. Hooker asked if there 
were any serious objections to abandon- 
uig the position at tlie heights temporari- 
ly, and adding the troops to his army.wiih 
which to pur.suc aid figlit Lee. He then 
proceeded from Etlward's Ferry, accom- 
paiiitd by (Jen. Warren, Cliief Engineer, 
to inspect the position in person, and de- 
termine upon its value. Upon arriving 
at the Heights a dispatch was received 
from (ien. Ilalleck, announcing, in sub- 
stance, that the position and property at 
th.it point were too valuable to be ai^an- 
doned, save m the last extremity. Biit, 
upon examination of the point, and < b 
taining the opinions of Gens. Frencii and 
Warren, who coincided with him slroitg- 
ly, (Jen. Hooker was so convinced of the 
inutility of maintaining a large gariison 
force at a point likely to become isolated, 
and was so sure that, upon explanation, 
Gen. Ilalleck would agree with him, that 
l.e at once gave the order for tiie aban- 
donment of the position, the troops to 
march to Frederick and join his army. 
He then telcgraj)hed his action to Gen. 
Ilalleck, giving his reasons at length. 
Tiie response was a still more peremtory 
order not to abandon the position. (Jen. 
Hooker, being thus deprived of a much- 
needed reinforcement often thousand ex- 
cellent troojis, and being, in addition, re- 
(juired to father the results of a campaign 
whose plan was not his own, respect fully 
asked to be relieved from command, il his 
instruction could not be modilied, re- 
marking, that it was not in his power, or 
the power of any other General, to do 
what was re(iuired of him with his limited 
force, and still be .successful in tho main 
object of pursuing and defeating the rebel 
army. 

The President acceded to the request 
of (Jen. Hooker, ard with the order as- 
signing (ien. Meade to command, came 
a discretionary power from (ien. Ilalleck, 
authorizing the eomuianding (ieneral to 
abandon Maryland Heights or not, just 
as he saw lit. 

These arc the precise circumstances 
attending tlie removal of (Jen. Hooker, 
which was, and perhaps still is, .siuouded 
with much mystery. 

Ibn. Hooker took leave without any 
siiow of formality, save a feeling address 
lo his stall, iind (Jen. Meade stepped in- 
to commniid, and found everything so 
well matured Ibi iiniiiediate action that he 
was enabled to move without an hour's 
del.iy. The ii«-xt daj' the army was in 
motion .ngain. and the nianhes, which 
were planned by Gen. Butierfirld, wen- 
made with the satiie «legree ol vigor and 
promi)tness which had previously charac- 
terized ihem. 

The various corps moved by several 
divergent routes from Frederick, the 
course of the left wing being due north, 
while tho center and left wing dellccted 
to the eastward, soon placing a large 
force between tho enemy and Baltimore, 
On Wednesday, July 1, the left wing, 
under Gen. Reynolds, reached Gettys- 
burg, and then began the conflict which 
for three days ragt d so furiously, and fi- 
nally resulted so successfully to the na- 
tional arms. Tho history ol these b:it- 
tles, and the sul>se<pient march to the 
Potomac, is yet Iresh in the minds of the 
people, and needs no reiteration here. 



WILL BE PAID. 

Tho HK'n will be enlis'ted forj three years or 
during the Indian War on our Irontier. Tiiis 
enli^twott avoids tlu- draft, which .<hould be a 
prea* induci-incnt to those .subject to the s-ame 
Api.lyt<. A. T. CIIAM15LIN, 

Corner of Seventh and .lacljson-sts., 

j,.or,.,f St . Paul. 

i300Th4 & HHOES 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

ANU 

All Affeeliciis of the Uiinary and Generative 
Orgaiis &Ch ki\ 

This iH-titution was organized under a -pocial churter in 1K,0. I ;,e method cf trr-atm<>nt adopted 

istK^ineasthateinploVed in tie b^-t French. Kn?!isl: and American hospual.«. Iheattendii^g: 

.hv^ician is a rejinlar prad uite of tiie Collffii ^'td;ri <,l,!„t>:fi.'< ^^ nhout Uvgradi. p it into emjijn- 

Uin as Nl.nicticedb^i^^ -former M.-fer-rs." and '• beuovoleuf a|.soLiatioi..-, ' lu . 

kelMcord Civile, Vidal. liunist.ad, i.e., lia< made tlii^ branch cf Surgery a s,.eciahry curing the 
paVt<'nT^ars!an(nM»t"l>a'^^^ give patients as good tieatinent a. tlay could obtam in Lastem 

^'nieomce is arranged in separate apartmouts, ?othat those who Kio^ir.' can cnr.svlt the doctor witli 
the utino-t i>riva;v. Tiie In.-titute i. pro\ id-d « itli a Spirometer for measuriup ilie vit;;! cai^city, and 
Vrof •^ciuXi-f''Pfi,io>im'>a.iii'.<>> for de.oiopiup '.lie inu>cular t^\ stem in Scuiiuain .-^kaosb and 
otlier w-»stinc dis.-a.-es :' al; o an iir.proved apparatus and all the appliances for adm^l.^^tenug Medica- 
ted Itniii'/ntion Jlathx, now so celebrated in i^^urcpe for tli. cure ol .•<yphi:mc o'^ea^e^ 

While I prescribe ior ad kinds of diseas.-.^. attention is piven more si>Pcia}ly to tlie following .— 
-^vuiiiis in all its stapes: Cniorrhcpa: (Jleef; s>tnc:ure; Ailections .1 tic Kidii; ys Uladd^r, &c.. 
H\^drow.'!e or Drepsv of the .-crotum, Varicoc le, and other dis asrs of the Icstices an^ Lord: 
Mieinnaisin Piles. ii">tuln, and Diseases .f tho llectiiin and Anus;ar,d ail compU.in:s i>.-«!liarto 
IViniies vise >permatorrha^n, or Stwiniii JH r<7/.«< .s.s, for ivhich our treatm.ui is now aamitted to 
becveiiniore"^si:ccessful than that of Lallemand, gf .MonUj.li.T. . 

FATIiiMS AT A DISTANCE— TreaK'U bj corre.'iKMidi-nce.fud Medicines sent unaer seal to care 
anv ca-e at i>ome. Full particulars turnisiicd on application by l.-ttfr. . . _^ . 

n-Tr l'i-iiii>>Hei.— Tl.e '.'Oth •.•riition of our Med-cul /.V^,o,<. confaiLin;: 70 pa?-s a:;d mtmar^p- 
enirravinc' tr'eatiue on the above diseases; sent to any address on receipt ol pnce, lo cU. Al?o, in 
nress and I'lrarlv radv, tiie -'nd edition of our lar^e work on Veneieal surgery 

ia^Otlio- in Concert Uall Ulo'lc. near tho I'ost OtTice. Consultations can be had from 9 A.M, to 1 
p. M. Sundays '» to lO a. M. Ail k'tttrs should be directed to 



jy^ 



THE GALEXIC IVSTITUTE, 

(liox K*9,) "<aint Taul. Minn'sot*. 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH 



FAST FKEIOHT I>i:XIi: 

OWNED AND MAXAOKD BY TIIS 

Aiiierican Express 
Coin-pany. 



M 



I L I T A R Y 



AT 



VERY LOW pracES, 



AT 



RILPATRIfli'S. 



St. Paul, June (5, 1S53. 



«6 



T U S T II E C E I V E D , 

A NEW LOT OF 

LINEN COATS, 

PLAN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

AND A FIXE LOT OF FIGURED 

^XAJISEILES .VESTS, 

All of which we arc prepared to sell at 

REDUCED PRICES. 

\T. H. TE^JtPI^E, 

niy:«)-tf T01I»I».»T. 



On and after this date, by special arrangement. 

The Merchants' iiispatch 

Will receive and forward from thi« city to Xew 

York and Boston freights requiring quick 

transportation, at 

X-iOTTer I^ates and. in 
Battel' Tinie, 

Than can be ol>tained by any other route or con- 

vpyance e.xcepf the regular E.vprcs?, by 

passenger trains. 



Oilieoi-s' Oa^-alrv Z{oots« 

OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 
OlHeers' Zoixaves, 

AND FOR PRIVATES EATIRY KLN^D 

OP 

BOOT & SHOE, 

CAN BE FOUND AT 

i« n. jr. SMITH & C'O.'S. 

apl.stf 



TIMK aUARAISITEED. 



p A R r E T S . 

STRON(;'S CAIIPET HALL, 

225 Third Street, Rogers' Block 

Where will bo found a large assortment of 

Carpets,Oil Cloths, Mattings, 

CUKIAIN AND hU ADE MATERIALS, 

M \TTItK9>»«;e, FK vTIIUl.'*, WAI.I. rAPi:K, &* •> ^^ 

New (Joodtt constantly arriving and sold as 
low as the loweit. 

vrnoLSTEiiixu doxk to ohdeh. 

maria-ty 



n. ». KTHO^Ci. 



QORDAGE AND LEAD TIPE- 
JUST RECEIVED, 

Amlforaalclow.by ^,,^,^ „eaN fc.CO. 



BROAD ACRESI 

«00 ACBES of land from S to 12 miles o< 
ST. I'AUL, will be sold In tracts of 40 acre», SO, 
120, 160 and 240. The soil In a rich loam, with 
wood and water. Terms part cash, and the bal- 
ance, If desired, on long time. 

UENTtY McKENTV, 

Dealer In Real Estate. 
St. Paul, Jons 0, 18C3.— d&wCm. 



All fchlpments received at door of shipper and de 
llveredat destination 

FREE OF CARTAGE. 



The well known repatation of tliis Line in trans- 
porting Westward bound business, during 

the last ten years, will be 

A SUFFICIENT GUAR.\XTI<:E 

That all contracts made by It, will be faitlifully 
carried out. 



The Merchants' Dispatch 

Is also prepared to oiTer increased facilitie?, both 
in tinie and rates, for 

WESTWARD BOUND BUSINESS. 

Our freights are transported by Emigrant and 

fast Freight Express trains, and handled by 

our own men at all points of transfer. 

Cluima for M.o««*a anrt I>sauiusrea will 

be iiromi»«l.r atlJuateU at tUI« 

OIHcr. 

For rates or further information inquire of 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO., 

Agents. 
St. Paul, June l.sth, 1803. jciu-:im 



/-CURTICE & IIALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGL^EERS, SURVEYORS AKD 
Real Estate AsrentH, 

Office in Mnrlitbi ii\'< Hlock, Waxhin<rton Street, 

between Third and Foiirth-ii*i>; 
Will promptly attend toany rrofessional business 
entrusted to them. From a long residence here 
and a thorough knowledge of the du h-ivnt sur 
vevs both In the Citv and country, we »i»ve grtJi 
facilities for e.xecuting our work with ;"f ';<'','?<^f 
and dispatch. I^nH l,ought and "o'd- ^olh^tions 
made. Taxespaldlor non-resideutsat Uie lowest 

™N."B.-Drawinglnstrumnt«and Paper fo^^ 
D. L. Curtice. ap22-3m JoiiJf 1 . Halsted. 



/GROCERIES CHEAP AT 
WHioles-alo ami l^etail. 

CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 

Having leased the store occupied by L. G. John- 
son i Co., and purchased their 

ji^toclt of* Gri-oceries, 

May be found at 

•22'> T/iird St reef, ttro doors aI>ore the XoJih 
Western Express Ojficc, 

Where they will sell 

Gs^I^ocEI^IES 

AT VERY LOAV FIGUKES, 

FOR TIIE NEXT TI1IR2Y DAYS. 

\re wish to close out this stock entirely as we 
lirojwsc to 

CHANGE TIIE BUSINESS, 

and open a 

Paper and Stationery Store 

in connection with our 
Paper ^JCill at St. Ajitlion?-. 

»S-AU kinds of WKAPPIXG PAl'ER for 
sale, and the highest price paid in cash for rags, 
ropes and old printed papers. jyl5-tf 



T^pOSTER & HARDENBURGH, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAIL MAKERS, 

Sa. *l» South Water Street. Chtcagv, 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of 

3Xanilla Sc Tarred Rope, 
r>iteliiia{r itopes. 

Old Canvass, Oakum, Tar, Pitch, 

CUAIXS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TFJ<^T^, KWK- 

l.NGS, WAGON COVERS, COTTOX 

AXD RUSSIA DUCKS, 

FLA^GtS, Sec, Say. 

Common and Patent IK«Ut ^»^he«l«, for build- 
ings, constantly on hand. 
OEO. V. FOSTER. OelS-ly) C. M. HARDEMCBttH 




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WI'KKLV rUKS.x— One c >i>.\ . on** y.nr. fJ; 

.ir..s*I »i.^; tweuty or more, lo ouo aUdre.*. 
$ l.;.i.> I'ach. ^ 

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One Square. £*ohatUl.Siiuarc. 



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AT E R C^EI AN T S ' 1) IS FA T C H 
Faist Frelflflit Lin©- 

OWNED AMD MANAOBDBT 

iVTVTTCT^ICWN^ KXPKKSS CO. 

Alloveieharjrea settl-J by J.C.kH. C* '*"'^ 
bank * Co.. AK'MitH. 
Now York ofUct-. \% Murray »trein. 
Boston offlcp, tW WaMilnKton itreet. 

mar^i-il I v_ ^ .. — — 

1 7w\ KKi;S SIKJAK HOUSE. CJUl-r 

Xv/ W dt«n and Aml-ro, a oliolof article, at 
J.C.Dkll.C.UuKBAu.N St Co.'l 



TKK SAINT fAUl. PRESS. TUEBDA Y, JULY 26. 11^63. 



I First i.a>C.' adv.rtls.nu-nts. ^p.-iial an. Uim 
u.'Vs notic.-s. audadv. rtlsoment.stoUowiuK lintor 

"l u. r.u'i.'r looal m^ttoroQ tho fourth in,;;o. o.io 

"'•i's;';!>ad'S^". »"•» apodal 1.1U00 auddoubl.. 
.vUi-.nn ;idv..|-tiV.'.n.<nis.aiid iidvi'itisi'm.M.ts wit.. 

Ltits. ono thiul mMitii>n:il. , 

\Uv,.rtis,MM.-nt^ih:tni;.':U.U- at i.W*.nvral;>d 

as in No. 1. and #W p-r annum uddmonal tor 
?;';.,., f ULhinp's rif.-dat loc.nts iHT.s.,utt.v 

f^ d>n:idv.:u.v:.?mr-.don.h..l I^s. !•■ cvnt. 

♦ . LkvU noiic.^s to conts,H-r l">'" 'V'' '":,/. j 
luj^s or iiud.i. uivl Uvo c-nts i-or lino tor .u.h .id- 

ilitiotial lint". . , .r'..,,Lii. ,ini.. 

6 Vdv<«rtisom.<nts In Duily ;ind WtiKlv . oni 

Kil"a.lditi"n:il to t!i.' Oaily nitc. ,. 

i^ Vdv..r.is..m.MUs in Wo-kl :'lon.'. . . onts 
por4nrotor tir«t ins... tion, and .t: . ^••:«'t- " 
r.nir ■ lor subsoiin.'Ut insoriions, lor a... lu-riod 
vv'.thh. thr^.> tnonihs; ovor thivo mouth., oiu- 
thi.-d U'-ii than Duilv rates, , 

- I. -Ml .nl tloV.numo;;: .idvrtUc.mM.tf.. .5 
ivufi iH^r soaaro for th.' rt-st ii-'rtion. and .$< S 
c . s .r s. uure for .acl. ad.litton.l .n..nt,on. 

S Attornevs ord-rin^ i.. Uril ^' v"'";''." '^ 
nr.- regard, d as uocountaWe lor th-o.^t ol tl.^ 
2.mie. t.ul.'ss th.T. i. a ^I'^cuil a^.v.n.Mt to 
L-ivrie tlie same to another j>art: . .. i„„ 

•J. Xo uuper given iucouueotion witliadvort^lng. 

■ hV r.M« .vTsKTat MinneapoHs.aud \Vk pmokv. 
t;M'?i;TN. at St. An;houv. wi'.l .vet as A;,.-uIj< in 
jrculAiiugthe D.uiA Tkkss in their rv^ptctive 
towns. ^^^^ 

AKt STIU. OiyJiKiN'' 

lllK GREATEST I^-DUCEME^•1S IN 13 K 

D'lY tiOODS MillKET. 

Our stock of 

DRESS GOODS 



WJE HAVE .JUST RECMCIVED A 

V* lari;*' su^'^y of Wksikkn Kkskkvk 
OiiKKsK.wrachwootrerlowfnreaM.. 

o-s .1. C. * H. C. UUKBANK k CO. 

LAlitTiTsi'ociv'^iH" nxK iVl 

miors and Ol.v'nrs, whldi we olfor at l>rlce» 
ihal will insure nui»k sale- , at .«,„-„ , 

.1. C. & U. <■'. i-.UKBAXKfc Co^'a_ 

Br.LS.~ASSOKTEl) WiUS^ 

key, for saU> at 
J, i . i U. C. BlUBANK fc Co.'» 

WllUl.i:.TlALF AND QUAIV 

ti r bo.\eh i;ai>li:s, crop of !S() , at 
J. C. & II. C. BLUBANK U Co.'s 



300 

300 



i^i\ UiJLS. srUAKTS BEST HON- 

^\J ey Syrup, a c»iolce .v tiele, for table use at 
^ J . c! ft U. U. BL KB AN K & Co.'s. 



-I -r/i HOXKS \V. K. CHEESE; A 

JLO W prime ;!iticle, ut l.iw fl).MireSj at 

J.C. it ll.C. UUKBAXK fcCo.'s 



•^(\ (,K.\N'rs PATENT FANNING 

t ) V/ MkIs lor sale at niaunfaeiurer's prices, at 
J. C. k 11. C. BCUBANK & Co.'a 



^y I'ACKAGES ASSORTED 
^^O Fniii>. cnnsisti;!;; of Tluins, I'rune:', 
urriius and litroii. all uew crop, for sale at 

oricv's to suit the times. 

* .J. C. i li. C. BUUBANK & Co.'a 



I 



xrou WILL FIND ONE OF TIIK 

1. ljt!>;e-t and b'.-t bfl.'Ctid stocks ot Grocer 
i.'o in tie> We.st. at the warehouse of 
d<" W J. C. & 11. <•. BUUBANK & Co. 

oil 1 N l^E VLS' 1 N K 8 . 



A '1 sorts, kinds, and colors, from I lie ceh-Kraled 
loauiilactory of.!. F,. Wade, New York, lor sale 
il luaiMiuauierV pries, by 

dccl. J.C. &.U.t :. BUKHANK &CO. 

TtxT^ BOXES ASS()im:D TO- 

^^V ■ »)acco, comprislnK all the favorltv 
'""■*""' " .1. C. & H. r. BURBANK 4 Co.'* 



-i \ DO/EN DUBv)lS BEST CAS I 

O^J^t . .... 



,_, ,_, >^i-.'l Axes. .\I.Mi ">o do^en lied Kivpi 
vx.'s : uSo 25 Boxes a^sorted Blued Tacks, first 
.iU.dity, ai ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^, MiTitHAXK & Co.'s 



IS TdK MOM- AirUACUVF. iX TJIK CITV. 
Comprising all tUo 

)V ENGLISH AND FIlENCIi 
AVoi-stetl GJooil;?, 

In Ch«ks, Stripes, Fl^'ire-, ind Fbin, 

CSLIN AN'O CU.VDI DELAI.N'ES. 

L'lwus and Oi'iuiiidicj^, iVf., 

Which wo are sellia,-? at 
Wh b:ivo a splendid lln^ of 

Bralloy's siirivalleil llo!)p Skills. 

For Ladioi, Mi-e^es and Children; 

AL^O 

13 ^^ I-- M O T^ ^ T^ S , 

Which we mako a spi'cLilty of, always keepin« a 
handsome assortment. 

In J54 li a, w 1 s ^ 

We can suit tho moit rutidioi-.s. In quality, pat- 
tern and price, hav ng a beiutiful assort- 
caent of 

CHECKS. STRIPES, AND STELLA 

In the MidJla.sex, Peac-lale, tad •jcotch. 

\Vo have the 

C'JKAPKST AXD BFST LINK OF 

EM BIIOTT) ELITES, 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SF/rS, 
ALSO 

TJNEN HANDKERCHIEFS. HOSIERY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. 

We would say that wc have a largo stock of 

DOMESTICS, In DENIMS, STRIVES, SHEET 

IXE-^4I'KINTS and COTTOVADES, &C., 
Which we will sell at a 

On pre.^ent N«w York prices fur (^ASII. 

Hogran Sc Oainp, 

tp-^o-tf ' ♦■• ''■'''"•-^' 

i863. 



imXiaVED ON CDNSIGN.MENl, 

4.V J .^'( i* -v Ni's PiciK' <*K.\' HK>, mil 7,<X>i 

•.:tNli3 DKlt- i. APri-KS, to be s„ld low for cash 

n»y.1 tl J. C. Bf KB A N K * CO. 

'TTo" MY FRIENDS ^ PATKU N S 



S_J ^ 

JUST RECEIVED BT 
EXPRESS. 

A beautiful lot of 

ALPACCAS & SAKATOGA 

PLAIDS, 

AL80 
A ha&dsome lot of 

LIGMIT I>RI1VTH, 

HAIR NKTTS. 
Oi-aiiicline Veilw, A:c., 

Which wo aro offering at 

CALL AND SEE THEM, 

AX lAO Xliircl Wtroet. 
L. C BURX, 

apl5.:im *''-^_*^'':. 

CELEBKATID NOISELKS.S 

SEWING MAClllNKS. 

MAKING BOTH TUl. 

Grovor & Bakor and tho Lock Stitch 

FIK'^1 rUEMIUMS in Illinois, Ohio, Iowa and 

>liclii;;aii. .-li' 

I'arlies purchnpinj? uiaddne.-. of the «ii;0\ bU 

<k BAKER S. M. ^ O.. can ha\e their choice ot 

niaeiiiues nuikiiiK either slitch.and change if thev 

desire to. 77i.' ""'.'/ c.)«i/».;»// iit'lr to "f"" •'"f' 
inihir, mnils. They al-o ollerto the publl<- at the 
■ xtremel) low price of 

X^ofty-Five l>ollurH 

A Slraii/ht Needle Luck Slit'h Machine, 

Suitable for Tailors and Family use. This machine 
is of htnifsr~<\ iaiii(','l>"''' "imp''' <""'_/<"' •<"/'<-' 
rior to tiie shuttle or lock Ptitcli machines here- 
tofore sold at S"' to + 100. 

»f Nortiiwe-t.'rii OlHc- Third street, opposite 
Inger^ioll's Block, St. raid. Minn. 

V S — rialu and Fancy Stitching done toorder. 
[jelOljan 1] 




p. p. HODGES & CO. 

DBALIM tV 

Standard Parm Maohinory, 

AT 

NioolB As Deans* Iron Stor«, 
Third Street, 

ST. PAUI., 



iv^xmt 



Agents for Bravley 



fc Pitt's Budklo Threahlng 

Ruses'!/"*'* Go's Masslllon Threshtof 
Machines. 
'• " Mccormick's Reap«'r and Mower. 
" " .lohn H. Manny's Reap«'r and Mower. 
•' " BlckfordA Hutnnan's Grain Drill. 
•' «' H. A. Ittts* Co'* Chlcafo Threshing 
Machines. , . , ,^ , , ,» 

Also a ireneral stock of Agricultural Imple- 
raei Its on hand, to which we invite the attent"loii 
of farmers and others w.hU^g^to purchase.^^ 

,^om p. F. HODOKS. 

T^is T A B L I S H E D 17 60. 

Peter ILx>rillard, 

Snufif and Tobacco Manuftkoturer, 

1« und IM C'liMBib«rs«ltt.. 

(Formerly 4".; CliamUsrs Street, New York,) 
Would call the attention of Dealers to the article* 
oi his manufacture, viz : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

MacHboy, Demlgros 

Fine Rapp^-e, Pure Virginia, 

Coar.se liappec, Nachitoches, 

American Gentleman, Copenhagen. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch Honey Dew Scotcli, „ , . 

Hijfh Toast Scofh, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, 
Irish High I oast, or I.,undyfoot, 
Fresh Scotch. 
^Attention Is called to the large reduction 
in prlws of Fine-Cut Chewing and .sniokiug fo- 
baJcos, which will bi- found of a supirior quaUty. 

TOBACCO. 

FINE CUT CHEWING.-P. A. L..or plain: 
Cavendish, or Sweet; Sweet Scented Oronoco ; 
I'in Foil Cavendish. „ « m^r , a •, 

SJIOK I Xti .-Eong : No. 1 ; No. 2 ; Nos. 1 and 2 
mixed; (Jranulatod; 8. Jago; bpanlsh; Canw- 

"N'.B!l'Aclrcu;ar of prices will be sent on ap- 
plication. ^^^^^-tU- 



JUST 



I'avina cngsgel .-ny .lervlees to the Messrs. .1. 

.;. & Jl. (;. UjrT.aiik \. To., corner l.'<vee and Sib- 
• v "tn'ts, ; r-av b"- lou^d '.w ihe Whob-sale dro- 
; r D-iiartm;" u, »\ h-re it will .itlord me pleasure 
III .-i'.' mv olu i,.t.Ht'ii».''r.s once more. 

W.- si.':; have al.tife'ea.id well selected stoca 

of ijoud.-. us-.tallv kept in our line, on hand, which 

I r-'spivituilN ask yoa to e.\amine before pnrchas 

Mi- els«\»t;.'re. I h<>pe to merit lor the house u 

. iVtiOii at ha.'t of t'.ai pitro'ia-'e you have here. 

,,„„-„ m»r.l.y '-""•rl.'rtAUl'EN-TEUR. 



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A N T E D ! 



50 



L S 



JARRE 
— or — 
C^VRUOIV OIL.. 

ALSO A gUAJfTITT OT 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE. 

r-ir sale by J. r ft H. O.BURBANK fc Co. 



A Girl to Cook, Wash, &c., in a small family. 
Xene but a competent person need apply to 
AV. S. COMBS, 
BOOKSTORE, 

In the 
jan-'.l P'>''T OFFICE BUILDING. 



E. 



1863. 1523. 1863, 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CAKr.YI^O TRK ! 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

ASDTHR 

XJnlto<l «ta,to« Mttll. 

T|,o roads are well stocked with flr«t clasf 
horses Concord Conches, with c-arofi.l and ex;Kv 
jJiorTced drivers, all under the control of corapo- 
tent agents, ! 

SCHF-niTI-K OK nE?AKTrKKH FROM HAI!*T P\Ul 

For Stillwater— Daily , at 8 A. M. 

V.,r 'ihikoneo. I-ndou, St. Lnwence. B.lj,- 
r^K Hen l^?I->n, l.e S .eur, Ottawa. Tra-'r.o to 
IsiouK, St. Peter and Mankato-Da.ly at 4 o'clock 

'^ F^r Ros-roount, Ci-t!" Rock, NorthtteM. Can 
non at>. I.™r=ia.ilt, Medford. Clinton FHllHa.v 
Owato.m,co.,n-ciinirat (»w.t..„„a, f'>(/^ ''» ,\ 
bt Mir -s, Winnebago Agen.y f»'' ^?;"\V.r 
Al.ot-rUic. Lake, Claremont n.i^i.ja, M 
^rville, iiochester, ChatUeld, and W luona-Dail. 

*Vor' *l"ndastHana, .Vnoka, Orono, Orlinde. 
Montlcello, Clearwater, St. AiuusU and .'i' 
Cloud— Dallv. at 5 \.m. 

ForSauk Rapids, B.lle IT.trie. Fort Rlpl-vnno 
Crow Win«— Mondays, Wednesdays and t:i 
day at 5 o'clock V. M. 

For Riounond, .Sauk Centre, Alexandria 
Chippewa, Poinme de Terre, Breckinrlils;i«, ¥oV 
Aber rombie Mondays and Thursdays at 6 

** v" Sunrise, with conn'»ctlons for Snperloi 
and Bayfield— Mondays Wednesdays and FrI 
davs at 7 o'clock A. M. 
, For further particulars Inq ilre . t the Geneial 

«°--^"'^'^**'j.C. UUKBANK* CO. 
^i\.Hj Proprietors. 



IIE.MINGI'ON & SON.S. 
Manufacturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

I'or Ih.' U. S. (Jovernineiit. 
We also in-umfacMre a variety of 

rOOKKT l»l!^TOL.S, 

Of Di.r.ned pittein*. for both Ordinary and Fix- 
f.d .vnimanltion. tog tUer with Udle and Shot- 
tiun r.iriels, Gun i.jcks. Mountings, and Oun 
.Mal'Titi's Gen'Tull- . . , , . , 

»^ Price lists imd Circulars furnished on ap 

plication. Adilre-'S 
jell-?.m* Ilion, N. Y. 

plONEER FOU;s^DRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, • 

Corner of Fifth and Pike streets. 
This pstat>llshnient is now in full operation, W 
is prepared to furi>ish all kinds of 
IltOX AXD r.IlASS 

CASTINiJS, FOR<HXG, *c.. 
at the lowest Eastern rates, \'u, Heavy Mill cast 
i.igs, Cohiiiuis, .Stt,h wei^dits, Oraie Burs, Sleigh 
^tio"s .ti;.. three cent per pound. Brass cast- 
iat'^. 'UuM.it metal, i'. to ;{0 cents per pound. 
l,.-rtlie work *.l.<Hi per day. Particular attention 
rflvni to St.:im KuKiii" and Boiler work. I hresh 
ing Machine r"pairinLj promptly attende.l to. 

^t.am EiiL'lnesand toilers, Threshing machines, 
new and second handed, lor sale or exchange 
very low. nLMAN fc BUSHNELL. 
ST. FM'U .Tuly 5th. \n-vi.^^ dly^ 

ST. PAUL PROPERTY. 

f'.rjfor a lot .Vjf'-t by 100 in the vicinity of 
Jackson .street and Iwelfih. 

A firsf•c!a^9 Slotie Store on Tliird street. 

A lot on Minnc.'ota street, near Third, with 
bulldiug. 

Two Dwelling House", *800 each. 

A beautiful lot Ot) f.et by 200 with line grove ol 
trues. HENRY MrKENTY, 

Dealt-r in Real Estate. 

St. Panl, May 14. 18«t,— d.V-v '.m^ 

cXtHC-AJ^T Ad CO. 

AT TIHUR OLD STORE. 
Tliirtl Stroe*^ St- Pmtl, 

Are in receipt of their 

Sprin:; Stock of Dry Hoods 

I We have a large and l>eautifal assortment'of 

DliESS aOODS. 




RECEIVED. 

A full Mock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &c., 

Also, GRASS SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS. 

RAKES AND CRADLES. 

A few casks of 

PITTS BXJKO- CO AlLi. 

Alwavs on hand at lowest P"«*». ^^'''^If"',® 
and R.tail. Bar Iron, Sheet Iron, Plow Steel, 
Spring Steel, Cast Steel. Nails. Spikes, !;.pnng«. 
Axles. Bolts, Carriage Trimmings. Thimble 
Skeins. Blacksmith's Tools, Chains, and 

Ileiivy Mnrcl-ware. 

Warehouse*154 Third street, St. Paul. 

J. B. BK^^JJEIV. 

apl7-ly 

Y'^VVATSON WEBB, Jr., 

* Successor to WALTER W. WEBB, 

WHOLKALK DEALER IN 

Foreign AVines, Brandies, 

GH N S , &CO. 

Cognac Brandv, 

Rochelle Brandy, 

Jamacia and St. Croix Rum, 
Holland Gin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine Old Bourbon Whiskey, 
Rye and Monongahela Whiskey, 
Old yueens Port, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old Shcrrv Wine, 
Madeira Wine, 
Scotch Ale, 
London Porter, 
Catwba Brandy. 
Week's. Sparkling and Ptill Catawba, 

llrake's Catawb. and Plantation Bitters, 
Havlnjr connecti-a Rectltyinir with my business 
I am prepared to furnish Common and low 
priced Rye and Bourbon Whiskies at the lowest 

"*mv?»'*'*'** J- WATSON WEBB, Jr. 



or 

DRYGOOD8, 

From New York Auelion Sales. 
D. W. 1N6ER80LL & CO., 

Are )u8t receiving their third purchase of 

r> R Y Goor^s, 

Bought at the recent 

PANIC AUCTION SALES, 
And offer to their old customers great bargains In 

Ladies' I>ress Oocxis, 

AS follows: 
1,000 yards best quality Mozamblqua. 
2,000 do striped Lonas, at 25 cents. 
1,000 do Plaid Arsollnas, 35 cents. 

800 do black and white Challles, 30 cents. 
1,000 do striped Plaid and Mo«e. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

Eiiglish & American Ginghams. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

C ALIOOE©, 




X{0 O TS AND BU O B »^ ^ 



AT 



T/^T Ty-.T 



I>. AV. IVICHOLS, 

General InBaranoe Agent. 

OF NE W HA V BS, CO iTKECTICUT, 

LORILLARD, 

METROPOLITAN. 

AND NUGARA. 

OF KRW TOItK CITT, 

]\lariiie lasurance. 
raoEivrx, 

OF BnOOKLTK, NBW YORK. 

T T F E 

MUTUAL BENEFIT, 

OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STORE, 
my6 dly Third street, St. Panl, Min. 

LOUR, 

At Wholesale and Retail. 

Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 
AT TBS 

Oannon Falls Mlllls, 

SUPERIOR TO ANTT OTHER BRAND IS 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOUR AVAREHOUSE 

OF 

C. ML. BROOBTE, 

Third-st., between Jackson and Robert-sli. 
jan3l-ly 



F 



NEW YORK PRICES. 

20 per Oenit. Saved. 

BT 

BXrjnNG YOUB SHOES 

BROWN^S 

lsrET\r STORE, 
113 Third Street, 

One block abore the Merehaafs HotaL 
Je6-y 



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I 
I 



7S W. WOOLLET, 

"lower LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 



AND 



Some as low as 15 cents. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to offer great 
bargains. 

Ladies' Collars, 

Embroidered, Linen and Ruffled. 
BAREGE AND GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from l2Xe to $1. 

In Grloves and Hosiery, 

We have every variety, for ladies and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, silk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 

" BRADLEY'S " Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens we have Broadcloths, Caseimore?. 
Ladles' CToaklngs, and Men's Wear of all Unds 
Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Covers, 
Oil Cloth Covers, &c. 

We will sell at prices to deft compe itlon. All 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retell, 
will find this the best place to buy for • Asa. 

I>. i;V". Inflrerisoll Sl, Co., 



Oommission Merolittiit, 

DKALER IN 0R0CERIK8 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, fcC, kC, fcC. 

AJfD 
AGKNT FOR THE 

PENNSYLVANLA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul 
BoBtOT), New England, Montreal, New "> ork and 
aU points F^at^t, made upon the lowest and most 
favorable terras. vtoottity 

Mark packages, "C W. WOOLl EY, 

St. Pai'L, 
Janl-dty For 

DR. DeMONTREVILLE, 

D E JJ" T I S T , 
(Office In Freuch's Block,) 
Tlalrd »*tree», ■♦•ar »li« I»oM OlBce, 

SAINT PALL MIXN-E-SOTA 

ian2«-1v 




TO PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH 
USE THE 

BAI^TDKI-ION "^ 

AKD 

i;Vild Chi -.rry Bitters. 

In Pint Bottles, price 50c ; in Quart BotttoO-i*. 

These Bitters aro composed of the best BOOU. 
Barks and Herbs known, and pecullarlyad«g«fd 
to the immediate cure of all diseases proansM by 
an inactive liver. 
DaudeUon and ^g Jg^'If^/g^DACHE, 
DandeUon and Wild C»«n^,BiJt«| 

DandeUon and WUd Cher^ mtt*« ^^^ 
Dandelion and ^^^Jf^^l/^SiraB. 
DandeUon and ^"^^^-^B^^X'RN. 
Dandelion and Wild Cher^^Bltt^g 

Dandelion and ^^^^l^^^^j,-,^. 

Dandelion and WUd Cherry Bittert ■* ^ 
CUKE AGUE, 
In its worst forms. Thev perform theae curea 
simply, by one office, regulatiB| the Uver. ^ 

For'aalobv dealers in Madicines, everywhere. 
6. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor. 
Farmcrtburg, Clayton County, Iowa. 

For sale by E. H. Biggs, rf. W. Roblnaon. Paul 
K£iffer St. Paul; S N. Wickersham.ChariesBen. 
STnfL Weinand & Co., and S Ed *^f,'^^. 
salcAirent Winona; Charles Hawley. ChaUekl : 
D ^^tout Vrestin ; S. Y. Hyde Fillmore ; 
Charles Morrill, Marion; Capt. MIUs "nd JJ>. 
Bunoe. Pleasant' Grove; ^. B RoW°~°' Ge""^*^ 
Wholesale Agent, address Cbatfield, Muu 

Also— I" 
Stevens' _ 

Confections; y »u j^ub^u = — -p- — — i;"7^iun\» 
den's Condition Powders; fklman & ColUn ^ 
Concentrated Extract of Lemon Talmank 0.1- 
lins' Leather Preservative : I>«'»«her s L^Shot 

for Bed ^^-t^^^^-^^^^'^tf^^AT' 
xnyVTAy Whole sale nnd ReUll Agents. 

SA!rfi)fR^ BRO. Xco. 



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For Kiitt. .'»lJc«>. H«»aili«">, tui», Bert 
lliiat. ^ollm III •■'iiris. »f ««,llfii», Ai*-. 
■ nikwctaun i»lauia,*'o»»U. Aiilniula. Ac 

Put up In ioc, .Vic and $ I Boxes. Bottles and Flasks 
$3and$5for/r)/Ws, I'ubUc Iii>titntions,(fC. 

"Only Infallible rein'dies known." 

" Free from PoHons." 

" Not daHjf'rous to the Human Famllv. 

" Rats come out of th Ir holes to die. ' 
«rSold Wholesale in all large cities. 
Sold bv all Druggists and U-tailers everywhere. 
*y I It Bi-WAKK ! ! I of all worthless imitations. 
«^ See that " Cost.\k'>." names Is on each Box, 

Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 
«yAddr.ss lIE.'fnV M. CO»TA«. 

»W- I'KlXCIPAL DKI'UI -i"*-^ V. UAliW.VY, N. 1. 

M- Sold by DAY * JKNKS, 

Wholesale and ICefail Agents, 
ap:^0-d'twr,m St. Paul, .Minnesota. 

X3AaLI3 WORKS 

MANUFACTnEING COMPANY 



Wheeler & Wilson's 



myae-tf 





PARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 

In Hennepin, Ramsey, Chisago, and Washing- 
ton Counti. s. Also Lots in St Paul, Mjuueapo- 
is'andSt. Anthony; all ot which I will si'lfat 
iJa- I'rices and on favorable terms ©f pay mat. 
Enquire of p. p. WINTERMUTE. 

je21 at oflaoe of Horn, Lund fc Galusha. 

r^ C. GREENLEAF'S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 



Tlaird Street 




Saint Panl. 



. DO VOU W.^M 

STEA3I EXlilNKSOR BOILER! 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 
PATKXT SUGAR CANE .MILLS, 

PATKVrSTKVM COIL, E VAPORATO Rf?. 

PATENT STAMP MILLS 

PIKERS PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and descriptions 
prices, fcc; also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS 

AWn MACHINKRY OK AM. I)KS( UIPTIO.NS, 

Too numerous to mention. 
CHICAGO, - • Iii.isuiti. 

P. W. GATES, President. 
N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. 



1 15,000 

Of them in u3« in this country 
and Europe. 

These are the only machines making 
th« Lock Stitch with the Rotating 
Hook. .. ^. .,- 

Arc profitable and available a llfs 

time. 
Equal to ten seamstresses. 
An annual dividend of 100 to 60Q 

per cent, (on their cost) may be obtained iu 
use — by tneir possessor. 

The Class Cloth-Presser, (»o popn 
lar,) can only be had with these Machines. 
*". n. JOHXSO.H, Airent, 

j J. , J 204 Third street , St. Paul. 



HIIRD STREET PROPERTY. 
inOR SALE, 

I^t 2, Block 22, Rice k Irvine's Addition— corner 
lot, 72 feet front on Third street and 150 feet on 
Hill street, acUoinlng Hope Engine House. WiU 

be sold low. ^ . _ ji» 
TKRMS-Part cash and part crf<*«t- ,„„„ 
Annlvto D. COOltK, 
apwt^f^ Irvine's Block 

rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

JOHN BTTRNH AM, Proprietor, would respeot- 
fuUv announce to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new and commodious building on the 
corner of Jackson and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
commodation of travelers, where he wUl bo hap- 
DV »o see his old fVlends, and all others who may 
favor him with their patronage. The house Is 
onlv two blocks from* the steamboat landing and 
railroad depot. Baggage uUi be carried from and 
to the boatf^ef of ckarge. Table RuPPl'^f^^'J^ 
the best the market affords. Good stabling at- 
tached to the prenxlses. .„, , ,„ 

St. Paul, A prU 9.1863. »P"-^y 

^ c."lighte & CO., 

(Late Llghte fc Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacturers, 

421. Broome-St., Hew York, 

SECOND BLOCK EAST OF BROADWAY 
Mr F C.LIGHTE, the original founder of this 
well-known Establishment, Serjior Partner, and 
^/« Practical IH<in^- Forte AraA-'r , of the late 
flrmof "Ughte fc Bradburys," »»av»n« '•etaiiied 
his Two-Thtrds Interest In the whole bus ness 
stock, inaterials, fcc, and Sole Proprietorship in 
hU I'l/uniie Patents, Inclusive of Ids celebrated 
l^l-fENTlNk-LATkoiRONFRAME^^^^ 
only one who can mako the SLPEIUOR 1 lA^u- 
FOUTES for which this house has been so i>opu- 
laV. J^ All Infringements on his rights will be 
prosecuted according to law. r „«„,». ..o 

•^ JO- All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted perfect In every respect for five years. 

LIBKRAL TBRM8 TO DEALERS 



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LORENCE SEWING 



pUNS AND PISTOLS. 

wm:. oolchek,. 

Third Street, St. Paul, 

Calls the attention of Military and Sporting 
Claises to his larifc and well selected stock of 
S I(>r GUNS. WESSONS & BALLARD CART- 
RIDc'e RiFLE,SMITM & WF..S.SONS',COLT'S 
and others' make of PI.STOL.s M<c. 
A large >U,ck of Fishing Tackle of all descrip- 

Fine laminated steel barrel Shot Guns, made 

to order. . . j . 

»V Repairing promptly attendort to. 
POWDER, SHOT and CAPS, for sale. 

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F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 

421 Broome-St., New York. 



The ladles and geutlemen ot this dtv and vicin- 
ity, are Invited to call and examine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

OF NEW 8TTLE8 OF JKWELRT, 

Gtold and Silver "Watches, 

CLOCKS, SILVER WARE, PLATED WARE, 

DIAMOND GOODS, SILVER TEA SETS, 

Ciurtors, Cake Baskets Gold Chains. Rings 
Thlmffles, and everything else pertaining to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE. 

My goods were purchased exclusively for cash 
from the largest wholesale houses in the Union, 
and are for sale at the 

t^o\ve;st i'RICEs. 

All goods warraned precisely as represeiited. 
Cash paid for old Gold and Silver. A ftill supply of 
WATCH MATERIALS always on hand. 

Agent for Seth Thomas' Clocks, also agent for 
the celebrated 

Ajnerioan "VTatclies. 

Particular attenOon paid to repairing ewy 
description of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry in 
the best possible maun«r. We manufacture all 
kinds of 

HAIR T^ORK 

Or any other pattern of Jewelry, fcc, In our line. 
All work will be done promptly in a workman- 
like manner an t tSKITKR THAN AMT OTHER B9- 
TABLISHMKNT IS THIS SFCTIOU OK THE COTTJC- 

TRT. All ord rs by letter or otherwise wUl re- 
ceive prompt attention. 

All kinds of new wheels and new parts of the 
watch mannfactured for the trade at a reasonable 

'store in Greenleaf's Block, opposite Concert 
Hall, near the Post Office. ^„„„„Ti.-*r' 

apgtf. D. C. GREENLEAF. 

~T A. BLAKEMAN'S THE 



WHOLK&ALE DEALXKB IX 



BOOTS & SHOES, 



K*. XS I^nkn 8«r««t, ClUcare* 



We have In store and offer to the Trai« a ▼ery 
DESIRABLE and CHOICE STOCK of BOOTS 
AND SHOES of the best styles, selected aertral 
months since, before the late advance In foods, 
which we will sell 

LO^V FOR CASH, 



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SHort Approved Credit. 



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8AUNDEBS, BROTHER fc 00m 



28 Lake Street. 



SPRING TRADE. TO THE MER- 
CHANTS OF THE NORTH-WEST. 

We respectfully Invite you to examine our une- 
qualled Miscellaneous stock of 
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, TAN- 
^^ K^K NOTIONS. WOOLp- GOODS. 
HOSIERY, ChOrKF:RY% CHINA, 
GLASS, CUTLKKY, J^TKD 
GOODS. ETC., ETC. 
No house in the country offers better induce- 
ments In goods and prices. We have every acii- 
ul and ai^epared to sell the Best Caah Trade 
at a profit below Fjistern figures. 

^-Special attention paid to all order* Moom- 
nied with money or references. 

BOsrEif »aoTH««a, 

Xniport«>re and JTakbats, 

No*. 72, 74 and 76 Lake St., Chicago. 
m.^l-ly. 



Which we would Invite the Indies special atten- 
tion to. 
We would invito Merchant Tailors to call an 
examine our stock of 



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GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 



SCYTHES, s.v-irns, F(>PKs,noKS, cuir 

Tl I '. I TONS A Sn PL O WS. 
TORN PLOWS on hand and for sale at the 
owest market rates. . „ . „n. 

j...5.tf NICOLS, DEAN fc CO, 



Cloths and Fancy lassinicrcs ^ complete assoriment of 



Wlilch Is rerv larpe and desl-able ; we are selling 
low io Merchants from the (onntrv, w.- pro- 
pose to j<d> lioodsal Chlcigoor Milwaukee pries 
— fr.l;:'it add-d. Call andexamhie b.-fon- buying. 
n..r,.d^wi> CATIICMir & Ct). 



W I L L I A M D. STOREY 

A noUNEY AND COUX.'^ELLOR AT LAW 

ST. PAUL, MINNKSOTA. 

Rr,Ki'i'.Rr.J»«'»<s: 

Hon. Oeorrre Opdyke New York Clt v 

J.»hnG.Tr-'lwe:i, .Albany, New \ ork 

Hon. Amos Oean. L. L. I) Albany, New "V ork 

Hon. K. A. Law, Chicago. Ills 

G'-o. S. Blni:char>l, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chase, McKlnney aad Moors Boston 

l■^tld^l»!lr '■^f^■ ^'" w 

TTE~N R Y Mc K E N T Y , 

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
SI- Will also locate Land| Warrants and set 
Beal EsUte ou Commission. anS-dfcw 1 y 




waoon ncns, fsroKFs, hentand sa w- 

ED FELLOES, SHAFTS, i^c. 
All of the very best material, just receivad and 

°%tP NICOLS A DEAN. 

~^ POLLOCK, 

ii DONALDSON AND 
O G D E N , 

DBAT.KRS IW 

Oliiun, Gln»M Ac Eai-tlien 

WITH A» F.NDI.ESa VARIETY OF 

Housekeeping Articles. 

It is the dnslgn of this House to supply HOUSE 

KEEPERS with every possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. llo Third-st., 

COR. THIRD AND ROBERT-STS., MIN. 

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MACHIlSrE AGhENOY. 

Directly opposite Stees' Furniture Store, 
Tlilrtl Street, 

Makes Foitr distinct stiT( hes on one and the 
same machine, all of which make the seam aUke 
on both sides of the fabric. .<i,.* 

It combines aU the good qualities of other first 
class Machines and possesses many advantages 
over any and all of them. 

It is the most simple and perfect in its con- 
struction of 

ANY YET OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

No Machine covers so groat a /^ngf^of ^o')^; 

«a~ It itetrs Six or Eight th%chif»i>es of Full 
Cloth A>«r« to the fineHfnhric, with equal facili- 
ty, without cluiiige of tension. . 
FEEDS TO THE RIGHT OR LEFT. | 

No difficulty experienced In sewing across thick 

*^Run8 more quiet than any other Machine. 

They "?e the FASTEST SEWERS In the 
WORLD. 

A child o*' ten years can , ^ 

ADJUST THE NEEDLE, 

As easily as an experienced operator. ^,.,, . 

Thev give universal satisfaction wherever used. 

I he most inexi>erlenced can work them per- 
f.'Ctly and with ea<«. 

They range In price from f .W to sua. 
»- EVERY MAC8INE WARRANTED.,» 

Hemmers and «'J,---2',vScKgent. 

Jyl5 cor. M and Mlnnesotasts.. St. Panl. 



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lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



NEW JEWELRY STORE, 



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AKEN UP. 



Th*- subscriber has taken up a «I»rk red COW , 
briiidle head and I g«. rather old. The owner Is 
re.iuested to come %rward, W" charges apd Uke 
her away. B R I DO ET M AN LE 1 , 

Near the German Catholic Church, 

Jyl5-3t* St. I aul. 

FAIRBANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 




or At,L KIMDI. 

Also, WarehouseTrucks, Lett«f 
IBai^^'^ Presses, fcc. fcc. 

FAIRBANKS. GREENLE^AF k CO., 
172 Lake Street, Chicago. * or sale In St. Paul, 
h¥ I C fc H C. Burt>aa» • Co. 
Be" careful to buy only the gonuine. Jel4-dwly 



Indemnity can be had. 

Rtens are being Ukenby the Governmentto as- 
oerUU. who havf sufferea loss in Prop»y,an«l 
?h?txtent of such loss, by the late ^loux Indian 
outb^k, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have all the newssary forms, and 
are nossessed of superior advantages for having 
these claims alloweJl and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give special attention to 

such as are V^^^^^^'^Gi^'li^ , Attorneys' 
St. Paul, S ept. 24. 1862. 

p EO. E. SCHNABEL. 

In Maffcts Castle, corner Jackson and Fourth 

''*'®**' DEALBB IK 

GROCERIES, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps constantly on hand the diolcest Brans of 
Flour? Nice Leaf Lard, Lamb's Sugar Cured 
Hams, and Dried Beef, Com, Com Meal, Oats 

""Ho^hi? made arrangement- to receive two or 
thfee times a week, from the country, the choic- 

"gS Svered to all parts of the city^Jg of 

charge. L. 

OTAT^F MINN ESI >T A, COUNTY 

j^ OF RAMSEY-Dlitrict Court, for Second 

Judicial District.— ss. | 

l U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orig- 1 

j iual Proct«««, 50 cents. S 

Ira Bldwell. Plaintiff, against Jo«p>„I^!»'«J«' 
DeWltt C. Taylor, and Henry L. Moss, De- 
fendants. — Summons. 

The State of Minnesota. 

To the above named Dtfendaiiti • 

You and each of you are hereby summoned and 
required to answer tho complaint in this action 
wWch complaint is on Hie ^n tho olflce of the 
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy of your 
answer to the said complaint on the ""b""' r"'' 
at his office in Saint Paul. Minnesota, w uhin 
twenty days after the service of this summons 
upon jou, exclusive of the day oi «uch service 
and if vou fail to answer tho coiiplalnt within 
?he time aforesaid the PUintlff in this act on will 
take udeneT.t agaiust you for the sura ot two 

housincfind sixt^^doUafs. with liderest hcr.^on 

from the 10th dav of S-Pl^""^'^''^^!/^ *, /^S 
of seven per cent, per annum, besides costs luiu 

*^S"edKtPaul^Mlnn., June lOtb. 18(tt. 




FOR. SAI-iE, 

rpiIE FOLLOWING PROPERTY. 

One lot in block 11, Whitney fc SmIth'a Ad- 

•"Ss 4 and 5 in block M, and l«ts J4 and 15 In 
block «3, In In Ine's Enl«rgemeut to Riee ft ir- 

"?:ot rfln'block 23. lot 9 in block ». «Hllot » In 
^^X^oT^-^^'n^A^S.^dfolLlng the proper- 
ty of Maj- Cullen, 100 feet front. 
'^I ots 7 and 8 in block 23, St. P«"' P^»^,^ ,„. 
There are valuable improvements on aald last 
two mentioned lots, consisting ot a stone iton. 
on WabaVhaw-st.,and a llrst-class dweUing houso 

° The aboVe*property wlU be sold on Uberul terms 

as to cash and credit. 

Inuuire at the office of „„„-. 

inquirr gpENCER fc CARVER. 

Ingersoll's Blodt, orot 

GROFF& BAILEY, 

under Thompson's Bank. 

*»• Rooms to n-nt in Irvine's Block. 

St. I*aul, June 3d, 1863. >*^" 



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OR THE CARS 



Four doors below THOMPSON fc BROTHER'S 

Bank, and next door below SHAW S 

Fashionable Hat Store, 

On Xliird Street, 

Can be seen splendid 

SILVER TEA SETS, CAKE BASKETS, ICE 

PITCHERS, CASTORS, 

SoUd Silver Spoons— Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Opal and liuby Rings, Solid Gold Ear- 
Kings and I'iuB in sets, 

From #1S to #SO. 

SIO.OOO worth of SETH THOMAS CLOCKS ] 

JLoT RECEIVED. | 

Those wishing *<>„•»??'.' <»»«7'r*?,'^/,,7A^v%'*'"' 
feet Clock, will buy the SKFH THOMAS 

A. RLAKEMAIV. 

N B —The Cbean American Gothic Cock, at 
Factory prices. AU warranted to run well. 

A FINK A6SORTMENT of tlio American 
manufactur.'d Watch adj isted to h.it and cold, 
and the most perfect timer made. A. BLAKK- 
MAN sells them at m.inufactory p'lces. Don't 
mistake the p'ace. Be sure that > ou call In at 
THENEW JEWE!.U\ Sl'UtE. aplS^ly 



Our OmnibusMs will run to «»<» J"»™ iJ* P^A 
dpul Hotels and Boats in oonnecUon wttn tne 

trains of the _^ . ^ 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggmfewfll t»_.«»"^ *^*" 
an wer t^rdera le^ at the Amwicau, lutema- 
tionaandMerchauU.or^t^^.o«^j^^ ^CO^ 

-pXPRESS NOTICE. 

Wc are now running Messengers to 
ANTONY AND MINNEAPOLIS 



SI. 



T-w^ice I>nilT» 



Leaving St. Paul »t 11.30 A. M. imd« P. M.; re- 
U^uiii a>Tivc at «.■•« v. M. and 30 P. ^■^^^ 
«^o"^>ighing 50 lbs. or loM, and not exceeding 
*50 in Ufue will be carried tor tkk iUUrrs, and 
d^^ver^d at owner's doors. Particular attentian 
will be paid to fdlina oniers. l^irchates will b« 
made at^st rates obtainaMe and no charge mada 

for such servi' cs. . „ ._.«„„« 

Express matter forSt.Ctoud and all interme- 
diate points Hill K-ave 61, ra.il, Mon^l^-L »' ^ *^ 

•'•j^a "f* '^""^'" ^^ ^BiTxyKuco. 
pASH! CASU !! CASH!!! 

» CBWXS, » C«MX», » CKW*». 
Paid for good No. 1 Cotton B*««. .'iJ^.W*?! 

wSt'.; on iolw" ""•'• """^ "l"'wE»T. 

mart4tf ^ _: — 



Dr. T. D. SIMONTOJi, 

DENTIST, 

Ingersoll's Block. Bridge Sl°»™, St. Paul. 
«»f Teeth inserted lu the oest style on G^a, 
BUver und VulouaiU. r^ 



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H. B Y E R S 



M 4Ht7r ACTCHBR AHfi PKAl-SS W 
COPPER, SBKRT IROU AND TUT WARM 
orpourrs ths ui« clock, 
JACKSON 8TRBKT, 8t. PAW., 
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THE BAINT PADL PRISS, TUXBDAY, JTTLY 28, 1868, 

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LATEST NEWS, 

■By Telegri*»P^- 

7oHN MORGAN CAP- 
TURED AT LAST. 

Ub Whole Command Prisoners. 

IVapoleon X>eclares 
>Iexi«»o an Empii'*^- 

UNSUCCESSFUL ASSAULT 
ON FORT WAGNER. 



MOROASI'S IKAl^; 



!»««*■ ■•■t t« Cl»c««i»«tl— ■■•• »■•" 

Tli«r will to*. Ii«>ld •• !■••«••»•• '•■" 
C«I. Mtrwlvlit mmd M^m. 



The following 
hcftilquarttTB 



CiNiiNN vn, July 27. 
baa been rrceived at 



T pC E CITY. 

The Voice of the Church. 

THE LAWS MUST UK SUSTAINKD. 



'lUrce 



The Duty of All Good Citieene 
Pointed Out. 



Gens. HiU and Longstreet 
at Culpepper. 

MISSISSIPPI TIRED OF WAR. 

Tlio Fall of Violcfiil>itr» 
I>i«iooit«*aure« Thorn. 

Jeff. Davis' Library Captured. 

DEATH OF HON. JOHN J. 
CRITTENDEN. 



HK\uarARTrR» iv Kiki.i>, > 
inilfs Kouth of New l,i^»)on, O., > 
July 2«. IS-kJ. > 

To Col. Lewis Uichinoml, A. A. O : 

Hy the blewing of Almighty (tod 1 
have sucoeeded in capturing (ion. .lohn 
H. Morgan. Col. Chike. and the balance 
of the oonnnand. amounting to about 40(> 
prisoners. 

1 will itart with Morgan and stall on 
tho first train lor Ciiioinnati, and await 
the (jonerar» order for tronsportation for 

tlie balanee. . ..,, 

Signed. .I.M.8H.\CKLKFOUI). 

LoLiHVii-i.K, July 2t>. 
Well authenticated reports announce 
the capture of Gen. John H. Morgan, 
with the residue of his conunand. in the 
vicinity of Steubenville, Ohio. Tarticu- 
lars not stated. 

CoMMiuH, O., July -ifi. 

A special to the Tribune says that iXX) 
of Morgan's men were lodged in Camp 
Chase prison to-day. They will be kept 
until tho ofticers of Straight's expedition 
are rt^eaaod from Libby prison. 



RBAlSTAIirE TO TMK OHAFT 

i»K!«oriii<'K nrno.^ the 

■•1'L.PIT. 



Pwtrioti«- niscouMe toy llev. r«ilier 

■ r«>lua«l. embolic <i«Ttf.riu»»«. 

U«>ll««r«*d In tke ('Mttovilral 

OB Mun«lMj. 



FmoM %-m«)ixiA. 



XAXA.. 



Particulars •€ «*• CisptuT* •€ JTacfc^oa 
— Tlio I»*to«<l» Baraga Tlieir •«•!«• 
aa«l »rave Away Tli«>lr ••ock-Erw 
Paopl* la the Pl«c«-J»». »«•▼••• 
Lltorary Captnred-^ecret MlMorya* 

•a«4l. aad waal »o Retura to I aloa 
— Rrbel Fo»«l«cartoa» a« Vlcfc«toBr» 
B«.|ar lt*palrrd-rir»« IWoaaitooaS 
fraat Xttw Orlvaas. 

St. Lovis, July 26. 

Specials from Memphis, 23d, give par- 
ticulars of the occupation of Jackson, 

A portion of our forces under General 
Tark made an attack on the I'Jth, and 
were met by a legion of new recruits from 
South Caro ina, who, after an engage- 
ment of half an hour, retreated with a 

loss of 300. . . ., 

Our men occupied their position until 
next morning, when they mado a second 
advance, and discovered the rebels had 
evacuated, setting fire to a number of 
houses containing commissary and quar- 
termaster's stores, which were entirely 
consumed with the addition of forty other 
buildings ignited from houses fired by 

The city was at once occupied by Sher- 
man, who sent a cavalry force to inter- 
cept communication and prevent the 
army of Johnston from joining Bragg, 
which was supposed he would endeavor 

The rebel army left but little behind. 
So deliberately had they left the place 
that they took all their stock wuh them. 

Deserters are continually coming in 
from Johnston's army. They express 
themselves dissatisfied with the shape the 
campaign is taking, and are willing to 
throw down their arms and take the oath 
of allegiance. 

The federal loss in the various skir- 
mishes and assaults amounted to DOO men. 

But few people were found in the place 
and most of them foreigners. 

Pemberton was cursed liberally as a 
traitor and unworthy of confidence. 

At Vickaburg tlie federal works are 
being leveled and the rebel fortifications 

Eut into more perfect condition. A num- 
er of the finest guns are being mounted, 
and the place will be held as a first class 
military fortification. 

Later. — By the arrival of the steamer 
Imperial, we have advices from Now Or- 
leans, the 17tb, Port Hudson, the 19th. 
and Vicksburg, the 2l8t. 

The Imperial was the first steamer to 
New Orleans, having arrived on the 16th 
inst. On her arrival, the landing was 
crowded to suffocation with people. It 
was almost impossible to convince them 
that Vicksburg and Port Hudson had 
fallen. 

A large number of prisoners, captured 
at Port Hudson, are joining the Federals. 
All is quiet at Vickaburg. 

The New Orleans PicayuM quotes 
gold at 1.35; exchange on New York li 
sterling 1.68. 

New Yorx, July 27. 
A correspondence of the New York 
Herald, dated Jackson, Miss., 12th, re- 
ports that the library of Jeff. Davis has 
been captured, comprising several bush- 
els of private and political papers of the 
arch-traitor. Several letters on secession 
date back to 1852. and the whole collec- 
tion will bring to light the secret history 
of secession. Others are from both 
Northern and Southern traitors 

Cairo, July 26. 
Major Gen. Logan and Colonel Rawl- 
ings, of Grant's statT, arrived here to- 
day. They report that Sherman had re- 
turned to Jackson. He reports to Grant 
that leading citizens of Jackson and sur- 
rounding country have implored hiro_ to 
take some action by which Mississippi 
may be restored to the Union. Both the 
army and the people of that section are 
completely disheartened and ready for 
peace. They staked their all on Vicks- 
burg, and it has fallen. They clung to 
Johnston as a last hope, and bo is utterly 
vanquished. 

Gen. Logan was received here with 
many marks of respect. 

VROM CIIAnX.E»TOM. 



Chaw* of sha «M aialaa-V«l»««« 
Caadact af a Colar«)d Iia«taaaaS~ 
•ar Vorcaa Caanpallad fa Retire. 

New York, July 27. 

Details of the charge of the 22d Maine 



Kill atad I.aaf street Escape Ttore air ^ 
Ckester €»aiH-Ar* aow at C'alpep 
per-Ewall'a Ct«r|M •• Straabanr. 

Wahiiinotox, July '27. 
It appears that on tho 22d, while Long- 
street was endeavoring to get into East- 
ern Virginia via Mana.isas, A. V. Hill 
took possession of Chester Ciap. Our 
Cavalrv attempted to drive them out. but 
could not. Wo, however, chocked them 
until they were reinforced by Longstreet. 
when ho and Hill came through the Gap 
and are now probably at Culpepper. 
Ewell's Corps went to Strasburg. 



Wkile the rathulic and other clor^'v of tlio 
f^aflt hiivc iVarli'Nsly cxceuti<l their duly in 
warniM},' tluir toiiK'rogiitioii.s to oIm y the iMWh 
and not resi.-^t thrir ixocutioii, our ckT^'yimn 
at honu' liorc liavo not Ihoii silent. In more 
tlmii one in.xtunee they liave usvd all tho in- 
rtueiiee their holy olHee li:is en.iowed them 
with, towards Imprcsj'iii^' thoir i)ari.«*hionei> 
with a .itn.se of their ohiisation.s us pHnl eili- 
lens to obey tho laws, an«l iu)t resist or iiu- 
peile their enfonement. On Sumhiy la.st, Itev. 
John Irelaml, while prcaehiiiK at the Ca he- 
dral, cloMHl hi« discourse wiih die lolUvwing 
timely and exe«-Ik'nt athiec: 

My Dk.vu Fuiknus : At the n>miest of the 
lit. Uev. lUshop. 1 shall, Inforo leaving' the 
imlnit, make a tew remarks on asnhjeet whieli 
lias now lH>eoinc one of tlie most enfirossiiiK 
tonics of the (lav. in onlir to restore peH-e 
to the eoimtrv." our Chief Ma^'istrato has 
thought neeos.sary to make anew levy of men, 



FnO.tf .1IEXICO. 



Mextca Declared aa Emplre^Slaxl- 
mlillaa PracialMed Eaiperor. 

New York, July 27. 
The Roanoke, from Havana tho 22d, 
has arrived. An arrival from Vera Cruz 
the l.'th. at Havana states that Mexico 
was declared an Empire on tho lOth. 
Maximillian. of Austria, was proclaimed 
Emperor, if be will accept, if not, Napo-, 
leon is to select one. Salutes were fired 
at Vera Crux in honor of the event. 



mOM H ATAXIA. 



A l»estract*Te Eire— rear !llHlloa» 
worth of Sacar Oescrojed. 

Nkw York, July 27. 
The steamer Rowena reports an im- 
mense conflagration raging at Havana, 
when she left on the 22d. Among the 
warehouses on Regalia wharf 16 buildings 
were consumed. The prospecU were 
very bad for subduing the flames. It was 
estimated that $4.(X>0,000 worth of sugar 
has been destroyed. 



Death of Joha M. C'rtttcadea. 

Fa.\NKyoKT, Ky., July 2fi. 
Hon. John J. Crittenden died at half 
past 3 this morning without pain or strug- 
gle, in full possession of his facdties. 
DiseaM!, general debility. His age was 

« < . 

•taaaiboat Baraed. 

CiNCiN>(ATi, July 27. 
The steamboat Boston was accidentally 
burned on Saturday above Portsmouth. 
Ohio. Loss $45.000 ; insurance $18,000. 



Oeaeral Headqaarters, Mate of mia* 

aeaata. 

Atucta;«t Gkmkkai/s OrRirK, ) 
SAIST PAUL, MiH., July 24th, 18M. S 

[oaXKRAL ORDKRS, N». 46.1 

The Company of Scouts orgmniaivg under Gen* 
er«l Ordert No. 44, Isaued from these Headquar- 
teri, being now filled, so mora persons will be 
accepted for seryloe In tald Company from and 
after thU date. 
By order of the Commander-tn-Chlef. 

OSCAR MALMKOS, 
jy^A AdJutant^GenersI. 

» > ♦ » ♦ • 

RoBBUCK rose in Parliament on the 



10th to answer what had been said against 
hi,'^ motion for a recognition of the South. 
On reflection, he concluded to postpone 
his answer till the 13th, because he ex- 
pected *• a better answer would be heard 
before that day." Roebuck was right. 
The answer has been heard, and a much 
better one than be could give. 



NofiCEr" 



A UCTION 

We are prepared to do a oommitslon and Aae- 
Mon Buiiinesa on tho muat re«Monable terms, and 
mnku cash adrances on good*. Auction salei* 
every orenlng, and spedal »al«« at 10 a. M. 
H. E. BAKEK k CO., 

Anetioneert, 
Third-It., teeond door from thu Merchants' 
Jj2fl Uotel, St. Paul. 



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SALE 



and to obtain the requisite nuiiilKT, tliesy.stem 
of Conseription is to Ik- resortetl to. Iktoiv 
hmti, I presume, the citizens of .^t. I'anl will 
1(0 called on to take their share in this new 
sneritiee to their eountiy ; ami. in jire.senee of 
these faet.«, it behooves your Ta-stors to reniiml 
vou of vour tlntv in sueh eireninstanees. We 
are well convinced you will always and evcrv- 
wiicri' aet as true ("atholies, and that never l>y 
your eondiiet will you dis^raee that Chuieh 
which wc all love so tenderly. 

Some of vt)u mav Ik- re«iuired to state on 
oath what is your a«e, whether or not > on 
have In this muntry deelared your in- 
tcntiont. Noted, or excrei.sod any oth- 
er civil franchise. In this oaih. un- 
leps vou want to draw down on you the w rath 
of the Almlphtv, there must ho truth, lo 
swear to a falsehood \» periur>-, and perjury 
Is a heinous mortal sin. Whatever may l>c 
the ronscincnccs of speaking the truth in 
sueh ft ease, it is Ix-tter to Ix-ar with them than 
olTemi vour Creator. 

In some places, as yon know, open resistance 
h«« htcn made to the draft. 15 lots have oc- 
curred. We presume there is no proijahility 
of sueh occurrences takius place in our eity. 
Humors, however, that .some dis.satislaetion 
towards this measure of the Government 
haw iK-en exprcs.sed, have reaehcd our ears. 
And it is well to tell you th.it the Church em- 
phaticallu condemns such proceedings. 

Kebohiou against the laws of the land is a 
mortal sin. "15e subject to higher powers" 
says St. raul. " He that resisteth the powers, 
rcsistcth the ordiuanees of God." 

If a rio. should occur amongst us, or unv 
public demonstration against the exeoitiou of 
the laws, ICC here beforehand repudiate all 
Catholics wjio would" by word or deed, par- 
take in or give aid to, or countenance sueh 
proceedings. Until tUcy would have made 
retraction of their conduct, the sacraments oj 
the Church toouid be rejused to them, and wire 
thev to Itsc their lives by means ot the not, 
they tcould not' obtain the benejit of a Chris- 
tian burial. 

I would remark to von that tho law of the 
draft is for all. It is for Ihrotestantd as well as 
for Catholic*— for native as well as lorei^ 
Iwm eiti/cns. We have all reason to bilieve 
that it will iK? conducte<l with all possible fair- 
ness. 1 would add, that although the systcin 
of conscription seems hard, it is practiced in 
almost «verj- eountrv on the continent ot Ku- 
rope, and in everv country- the iK-ople Iww; to 
It. The preceding generations h:ive lK:en tree 
from it in America, but that Is no rea.son why 
we should think It is never to Ik- iuiiiosid on 
us, if the proper authorities should think it 
neccssarj-. ^ „ ^. , , 

I appc.ll to vonrselvcs : A\ hat proht would 
Ixj gaiucd from those scandalous rows which 
have occurred in some places.. The lair, 
whether we Ix; willing or not, fc»// be ejcwuted. 
Loss of life, loss of proi)crty, loss of character, 
— such are the fruits of riot. 

Take good care, mv dear friends. Ranting 
politicians, under the thick cloak of hypocrisy, 
through an apparent interest for your welfare, 
J>ut in realitv to satisfv their own lust of power 
and riches, iuay breathe amongst you words 
of discord. 

If vou give ear, they will lead you on to 
wicked deeds, and will turn their backs and 
say, while pointing at vou, '• they aie the gnil- 
tr, put them down." 15e led by no one ; con- 
sult your own consciences, and then I know 
yon will do what is right, because your own 
natures never prompt you but to good and 
nolde actions. 

Your cnnnies would n-joicc if anything were 
tojhappcn which would compronnse you. I 
repeat it, if anv demonstration is to occur 
against the execution of the laws, whatever 
others mav do, for your part, my dear fr ends, 
remember vou are Irishmen and Catholics. 
Di.sgracc not vour Church, disgrace not the 
fair name of the lovely land of your birth. 

This is sniil at the rctiucxt of the Kight Rev- 
erend Bishop. You arc invited to tell others 
not here to-dav what the Chnrch thinks al>out 
such matters, and how the Clergy intend to 
aet. You are also invited to use whatever in- 
fluence you mav have that the law may be ex- 
ecuted in our niidst in a manner that will do 
honor to our city. 

It is to l>e hoped that all classes will take 
with seriousness, this advice of the good 
father, and act on it. What indeed can l)C 
gained by resistance, as he asks ? Its only 
effect will l)c to bring disaster on the infatuat- 
ed ones who arc misled to sueli a step. 
There is not a Christian Church under the 
sun which does not impress on Its votaries 
the duty of obeying the laws. Let all ela-sscs 
show Low much they reverence, and how well 
they act out, the teachings of their respective 
religions. 



iliesur\1vors of the First Ueghuent who arc 
able to manh, will aecompany the remains, 
and flic a funeral salute over the grave. 

The i>all l)earerswill consist t»f two ndlitary 
olli< CIS of equal rank with dei eased, two citi- 
zens, and two Odd Fellowi* of grade equal to 
tleeeased. 

I'urlher aiTangements for the funeral will 
lie annouueed in time, and it is only proper 
that all the friends of the dc<ease<l join in the 
leremonies. ("apt. I-'urrcll was one of onr 
most iK'loved ami nsi»ectetl eltl/.ens, enjoyed 
a nu)si imblemished reputation, and had many 
iriends. Let his funeral show that the < ity of 
St. rani is proud of the hero«s who have fallen 
in this war— those whom she sent from her 
midst, an<l who have won us sueh a glorious 
reput^itiun. 

The CiOodTkmim.aks Pic Ni« .— The 
G.kmI Teinplarii of St. Paul L«»dgc No. :{S and 
St. Anthouv I.«Ml-e No. Mr,, had « delightful 
time at their pie iiic on Saturday at Lake 
Ilarrii t, near Minneapolis. ThelTemplars ot 
this dty left lien- nt an earlv hour of the 
morning in ( ai ri.tgc-, and at St. Anlh .ny weri' 
jnimd by th. ir l.:etlirtn and sisters, and the 
g.iy party promtlid together to the pie nii 
gn.iiiids'on the shore of Lake Harriet. The 
pieiMirati(.ns ma.le by the gentleman win 
keeii« the place were excellent. Tables and 
other ionveni.nies were all ready. There 
were four lim- snil boats on the lake and all of 
them were speedily Ulled by parties of ladies 
nml gentlemen, who » ii.ioyt d it highly, as a 
;r,H>d bne/e blew all «lay. There is a line 
bathing house for Imli.s, on the beach, with 
dressis and other convenienics. Several 
hundred fish were caiighi, and the utmost 
enjoyment and pay good humor pn vailed. 
The dinner— which w:vs servetl up by the la- 
dies, wa" iKiimtiful in the extreme— enough 
for thrice the numlR-r present. The party 
broke up at (• o'clock, the .st. Anthony f«dks 
retreating homeward, and the St. Paul incm- 
iK-rs returning by Minnehaha Falls and Fort 
Snelling. The »ntue day wa:^ .-i)ent in tho 
most plea.sjuit manner, and wa> one long to be 
remembered by those fortunate enough to 1k> 
present. 

They arc loud in their praises of the beanti- 
fnl scenery ou and ne.ir I,ake Harriet, aud 
declare it a more delightful si.ot lor .n pic nic 
than any other lake near St. Paul. The gen- 
tleman who keeps the place knows how to 
please the i)ubliv-. Ihe charge for the four 
iKiats all day was only ^■). At .some other 
lakes y$'» yvx day i.-^ charged for a single l>oat. 
'I'here is a beautiful prove by the lake, and the 
best of bathing and fishing to be had. It is 
oiilv twelve miles from this eity. 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 



SBBSe 



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Eaw 



OkKUK OV tub AmKIUCAK Exi'HKhS 

CoMCANY, .*T. TaI'L, July •i.'i, IWW — A'e would 
r.'HjKH'tfally annoniico to the puMlc tluit w<' are 
MOW prt'purt'd to Ibi wiird fxpr('.><n inattiT iivfr all 
the iul«rior routes of the State heretoforn pur- 
chiix'd of .1. C. Hurbauk & Co., vi/ : St. Paul to 
M:uikato, iluHtiuKM to I-'arlbuult luid Owatonii:i, 
Winona to '""hatticlil, I'ocIu'hI'T, Owatonna, niul 
all iuteinudi:it«' points aul tliiit we are now pre- 
pared lo transact a »{<' ul Freiglil, fackiigC! and 

Money i:x|iiei>H Busiui'-ss.m all tin; above routes. 
jv:i(,-Uv CIIAS. U. EATON, Uiv. Supt. 



U. 



TiiK Dkskasks OK EMton, {IjCi Mal- 
dies d'Krrevr.)-l, John 1'.. ORbcii, M. O., au- 
thor and put>IlHlicr of tli<- above w ork, do hereby 
proinis.' ami ii«reo to send (free of charge) to any 
young man who will wiito for it, a sainplo copy 
for perusal. Tin- propir study of inankinil is 
Man. This valuable work Is i-Hued and sent 
forth for the IxMiellt of sutlering humanitv. II 
treats in simple laiiKUHK" on all tltf disoa.H<^'( of 
Error, incluiliiiK Seminal Weakness, Nervous 
Debility, ludlg'-Ktion, Mflauclioly, Insanity, 
Wasting Oeaiy, linpotency, fcc, &c.— giving safe 
speedy, and ellectual prescriptions for tluir per- 
manent cure, tofiether w itb mucli valuable lutor- 
ination. All who favor mo willi a desire to read 
my work shall receive a samj.le copy by return 
mail.freo of charge. 

Addrc-s 

JOHN IJ.OuOKN, M. O. 

No. Wt NasBua St. New York. 

may4dftw".m. 

To Co.\su.Mi"nvi:.s.— The advertiser 
having boon r<'«tored to health in a few wock^, 
by a very simple remedy, affr having suffered 
years with a sovoro lung alleclion, ami that dread 
disoasp, Consumption, is anxious to makelyiown 
to liis fi'llow-sutlerers the me.uis of cure. 

To all »ho d.'slre it, he will .send a copy of the 
prescription used (free of charge) with the rtirec. 
tions for preiwring aud using tho same, which 
thev will lind a situ; Crm; i-«»u Consimition, 
AsinM.\, ItUMXi inns. fcc. The only object of 
the advertiser in sending t':P Prescription, is to 
benelit the alllicted, and spread information 
which he conceive.^ to be inv:du:il»le,and be hopes 
every s.itf.'rer will trv bis renie<ly. as It will cost 
them notbing, aud may prove a blessing. 

Kov. Enw AUK A. Wii.sox, Williamsburg, 

myt-d&w3ml Kings County, New York. 

O. CuKTio, General Insurance Agent. 
OfTico in Thompsou'.' Block, Tiiird street. 

L. H. Chuto, Agent for Jitua Insurance Com- 
pany, St. Anthony. 

June JHb, INK?. dly 



rATK OF MI N NESOTA, COUNTY 



JMC O Df K T A. R V , 

COIN AND EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS OF 

Tlioinp«oii I3ro's., 

St. Pali-, July jj, I8<i:!. 

nankemnnd licensed De^ilerninlMud Watrantx, 
liicolutionary and Adult Half I '.reed Scrip,i}c 
KXCHANOK ItATKH. 

Selling for. Premium 

flankalil' Kunds ^^ perct.prem 

American Uoid •-'- per ct. 

Ordiir.s for United Statec Land Wa^rrants, State 
warrants, &c., promptly executet!. 

SiK'-and Unilrd .StatoH CoupowB paid at oni 
oouiiter. 

Pas.-agc Certificates via Liverpool and Ham 
burg; l>rall»ou Lnglai.d, lull nd j.ud Scotland 
Franc/", <iermany and .Switzerland, Sweden an 
Norway, for t^ule »t o>ir ollice. 



Caatello & Van Vlock*s 

MAMMOTH SHOW, 



AND 



Oreu-t MCoi'al Kxliil>itioii, 



SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE, 
WHOLESALE DllltiliHSTS, 




A.VIt DKAl.EUS IN 



Paints, Oils, Grlass 



AHD 

Perfumeries, Fancy Goods, 

&c., &c., 
IVo. Ill Third Htreet, 

(UNION BLOCK.) 

ST. PAUL. - - - MINNESOTA. 

Wc wodld call tho attention of Dealers through- 
out the Northw est to 

Our Pull Stock of Goods, 

Which we are ofl«ring at a fraction over 

Milwaukee & Chicago Figures. 

Wc invite an inspection ofour stock and prices, 
believing we can make It to the interott of the 
dealer and consumer, to give us their orders. 



tSu-.B: C 

rASTKM/) t VAX VLECK,...Ppoprietors. 

U. VAN VALKEXliUR'i, Maxaoep.. 

T. POI.A'^'D, Mastk!'. of Aki.sa. 

J. EUEH K, Ui:a1)i:h of ORfUK'^TRA. 

A combination comprising all that if excollont in 
tlio l<:questrian profi-BBiou, all that is novel in the 
scliool of Gvmnastics. 

A GENUINE CIRCUS, 

with nil tbo standard features of the I>gitimate 
Arena, blended with all Moloru Improvemonts 
and Acquisitions furui.«lnd by anib^tion, close 
application and the praciical workii.g of tho?e 
Artists whose motto is 

EXCELSIOR. 
More IJlooded, Trained Horsr?, and abetter 
assortment of other rare sj>ecimens «,f Enimated 
nature than have ever l»een brought before this 
community. 

MuiMTiority in Ev»ry D^imrtHiritt. 
The Company coufi-ls of at l"a«t 

Foi'ty F»erfoi-iiTei^, 

EQUESrRIAN.S, VOLTIGEKS, LEAPERS, 

DANCERS, ACROBATS, VOCALISTS, 

MU.r>ICIAN.'i: 

Kew Wagons, Acip Cnrringe*, Xeir CanrafS, 

New Dresses, Xetc rostumen. Xetr Trapittngs, 

Keu: Setts aud Sew Appoint mentr. 

The whole forming an e8tablishmeut paramount 

to tbe fln<*Ft over formed either in this country 



>F UAMShY— DI-TUICT COURT, SLC- 



Attkmpt at Uurolarv. — On Sunday 
night some hurjilar attempted to secure an en- 
trance into a siiull building occnpied l)y Mr^ 
Galhraith as rhc Mou.x Agency olHiC, 
on the east side of .laeksun street, near 
the corner of Fourth street. It is supposed 
that he ar first trixl to secure an entrance 
through the front iloor, and failing in that, 
climbed over a street side door between the 
buihliug and the one .idjoining, and tried to 
get in the window, in which, wc understand, 
he was foiled. It could not have been a pn> 
f..sslonal cracksman who m.idc the attvini't, 
but some nivicc.such a.s committed the bung- 
ling burglaries last spring. People should be 
well on their guard, and endeavor to treat the 
thieving fellow.s U) a dose of Colt's pills. 

••• 

G It AND Floral Concert.— The six- 
teenth and last Floral and Naflon;il Concert of 
the season, will Ik- given ut Ingersoll's ILill, 
Tuesday evening, August 4th. Two hundred 
girls, selected from ten different Sabb.ilh 
schools, who are the ix-rformers, will l)c drcsied 
in costume of rcil, white .ind blue, and so 
arranged upon a large stage, erected for the 
occasion, as to present a most beautiful ap- 
pearance. The programme is attractive, con- 
si.stlng of a style of music for every one. 

IJradbiiry's tine concert piano and Frince's 
inclodcon, will be ustd on the occasion. 

Wc hope, as all the S.ibbath schools are 
rcpre-scnted, that our citizens w ill take a spe- 
cial interest in tJiis enterprise. 



ST. 
o 

OND JUDU 1\U D1.^TRICI 

Abel Willougbbv aiininut Andiorst Willoughby 
aud .-eraphiui' E.'w'illougliby, bis wile; Mmon 
I'owers aud l-'raiices Powers, his wile; Augustus 
Cbai.ron. .lolin Willougbby, 1-orin C. Collins, 
Ch.irleii Piiidee. William liostwick, R. .M. .'^. 
Pease, tba'lc:- Hunt, i:( uben P.ostwick, Piatt A. 
Paine, liichard H P« ase, John D. Phoenix, Frnn- 
cis M. Uabcock, John iJabcock, Philip Plioemx, 
and W . I.. .Minster. . 

In pursuance «pf a judgment of the District 
Court of the .^ocond Judicial District, of the 
.".itale of Minue.-otii, mado in the above entitled 
action, beuriuc date the Htb day of December, a. 
I). INii, together with an amendment tliereto, or 
lunber ju.lgment in said action, duly nia<le by- 
said cour', uud (rearing date on tlio i:5tli day of 
D.'tvmb.T, A. 1). IHi-:.:. I, Daniel A. RoI>eit>on, 
.SlieritV . f said <;ountv of Ramsey, appointed by 
«aid Court to e.\^ecute such judgir.cnt, will sell at 
public a:icion to tbo Idgbest bidder, for Cisb, at 
the front door of tlio Conn House, in the city ol 
St Paul, Itiim.sov <"ountv, Minnesota, onlliiirs- 
d.iv, tbe sixth day of August, A. 1»., 1><<0, ;it ten 
o'cl.icK In the forenoon of that day, the following 
nroinise., and real estate, tluit is to say : 

/. 11 that tract or parcel of lan.l 'ying ami being 
in Kamsov Countv, Minnesota, described as fol- 
lows to wit : Tiie north one-iliird of lots num 



M.tll*, VAWTEn & HOSE. 

Ch AS. F. Sims. Sasi'l L. Vaw i eh. 



Axf'ox H. R'^SF.. 



jy25-tf 



25,000 <=i«'^«« "^ 

FAVORITE r.RANDS, 

For sale at very low figures to close the stock. 
SIMS, VAWTER & RO^E, 

jv'J.">-tf Union Block. 



rpiLDEN & CO.'S FLUID 
EXTRACTS, 

Pills and Granules, at card prices. 




5-tf 



SlM.«i, VAWTER & ROSE, 

No. Ill Third street. 



R.\ZER'S LUBRICATOR. 



Jl- 

F 

Just received and for sale at close figure?. 

SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE, 
jy25.tf Union Block. 



The we»t half of the south-west quarter and tbo 
south-oast quarter of tlie south-west quarter of 
section fourteen, the nortb-woat quarter of the 
nortli-west quarter of section twonty-threo, and 
the • outh-west <iuartcr of the north east quarter, 
tbe north half of the south-east quarter and the 
south-ea.st quarter of the south-oast quarter ol 
section fifteen, all in township number one hun- 
dred and fourteen, north of range number nine- 
toen west, containing in all :\M acres of bind ac- 
cording to the U. S. Govornmont survey thereof. 

Dated St. Paul, Juno I'Jth, a. p. 1W>-'!. 
muu .1. la ^^j.,^,, ^ KOBERfSON, 

SberilV of Ramsey County. 
H. R. BlOELOW-. Phlf's Att'y. lu joj:{-td 



The largo two story fhiro* dwelling hon«e, 
_ lown *» the " Somor* Hou«e," In " Holcombo'* 
Addition " to St. Paul, about \ mile went of the 
Carpenter Uouiw. WMth the dwelling house are 
\i lots, and a good Barn. Allenclosed with good 
fence. Fmit Trees and Shrubbery growing upon 
the premises. For particulars, enquire at office of 

Jy27-2w U. L. MOSS, near the Bridge. 

OOL CARDING AT MINNE- 

APOLIS, 

On the \Tat«r Power, at the Fall*, in Smith's 
Sa^h Door and Blind Factory. 

The subiioriber Is pr-parea to receive Wool for 
the purpoM of CAKDING into ROLLS, and will 
eonilnue to card until late in the season. He will 
have n« dllHculty In giving perfect sattsftiction, if 
the Wool li* properlr prepared. Flue Merino 
Wool which Is Eummy and sticky, should t>e 
e eansed with saHsoda, [or otherwise,] to insure 
perfect rolls. 

Wo<»L WAWTsn— For which the highest mar- 
ket price will be paid. In cash. 

jy2«3td&twfcltw A. WALCOTT. 



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rounding, and many were killed. 

At one time nearly tb« whole rebel 
forces were concentrated upon the 54th 
Massachusetts ("colored) regiment. They 
fought heroically, and only retired when 
tbe rest did. 

Col. Putnam, in command of the 
storming party, after they had gained a 
part of the fort and planted a flag on the 

Sarapet, sent to General* Strong and 
eymour for treinforcements, but both 
those Generals had been wounded. In 
tho meantime his party were being deci- 
mated by rebel grape, and wrhen Gen. 
Stevenson^s brigade had received orders 
to adrance it was too late. Our gallant 
men had been forced to retire. 



AUCTION! AUCTION 1 1 

OJf SATTRDAT NEXT, AUGUST FIKST, AT 
TKR O'CLOCK. 

We aen for Kattern Consignors. 
THREE NEW FIRST CLASS 

ITliresliing;- l\£acliiiieei. 

We bare also on the waj tnm Phtladelphla, 

TWO FAMILY COACHES, 

FOUR CARRIAGES AND FOUR BUOGIES, 

To be sold at same time, wltbout reterre, and 
taavu listed — 

Oae pair heary Wagon Horses, 

Une pair four year old Buggy Mares, 

One Buggy Hor«e and 3 Milch Cows, 
3 Counters, 3 Plow*, and 3 Platform Scales. 

Other stock will be listed before tbe day of sale. 
Sale at the "County Fair Day" sales yard, 3d-st., 
one square abore tbe Bjidge. 
JyWe-2t KAlttCHILDfc MARCH. 



Assault with a Kniie.— On Satur- 
day night alwnt 10 o'clock, a drunken fellow 
in^hc pari) of n dcek-hand or sailor, went in- 
to tho Confectionery store of Mr. Thilip Con- 
utan.s, comer of Fonrth and Jackson streets, 
just as Mr. C. was closing his store, and de- 
manded some drink. The fellow was evi- 
dently dnink at tho time, ami had a small 
knife In hiH hand, with which he slashed alwut 
and Bocmcd determined to commit some dam- 
ago. Mr. Constans told hlni he did not sell 
liquor there. The fellow replied, '" by G— d 
he would have .some." Just at thi> jiinctua' a 
gentleman stepped into the .store to make a 
purchase, when the sailor stnick at him \^Xh 
his fist, in which he held the knife, striking 
him in the back, but not injuring him any. 
Seeing thin, Mr. Constans sprang forward to 
eject the desperado, and striking him a blow, 
knocked him flat on the floor. The fellow- 
Jumped up again and ran into the bjick room, 
and tried to open a door le.iding into a private 
apartment, when Mr. Constans seized him and 
finally landed him in the Rtreet,when he called 
" Police." The fellow iit once skedaddled, and 
was seen no more. The " Police," how ever, 
were not in the nelghlwrhood, and resident.s 
about there report that none had been seen for 
a week. The beat of one of the new ap- 
pointees is on that street, however, and prol>a- 
bly tho people there have not yet got acquaint- 
ed with Lira. 



Rain.— Since Sunday morning we have had 
a succession of showers, and probably an inch 
of rain has fallen altogether. The grit.ss be- 
gins to look green and fresh again, and doubt- 
less the paj^turagc will revive under the iuflii- 
cnec of rain and sunshine. 

The weather still looks shower}-, aud the in- 
dications arc that wc are to have a wet moon, 
at a time, too, w hen on account of haying and 
harvesting, it will be apt to do more harm than 
irood. 

mmm 

TiiF. New Ko.u* to Oakl.vxu Cf.mktkkv.— 
Wc arc glad to learn that this road Is so far 
completed that it will l>c ready for travel on 
and after next Saturday. The dangers of the 
old road will be thus avoided, a fact which 
will be heard w ith pleasure by those who have 
ever risked limb and even life in scaling the 
road over the bluff. The new- road is level, 
smooth and safe. 

The Episcopal Cemetery is likewise a sharer 

in this road 

«••- • 

RECut'iTS roK IIatch'."^ Battalion. — 
^Vc are glad tolcani that Captain Chaniblin's 
Company of Hatch's Battalion was mustered 
in on Saturday, and .secured their bounty yes- 
terday. Captain Whitcomb's Company, we 
learn, wants but twenty men to enable it to be 
mustered in. Here are twenty, splendid op- 
portunities for avoiding the draft, sccur ngthe 
bounty, and senlng the coitntr}- nt the s.imc 
time. 

Capt. Whitcomb's recruiting oflflec ii^ in 
Chamblln's old quarters, opposite the First 
Presbyterian Church, where a few enterpris- 
ing young men who w-ant to get into good so- 
ciety, will 1)C heartily welcomed. 

*••- 

Oaklaxu Cemktkkv.— There will be 
an adjourned meeting of the stockholders of 
the Oakland Cemetery Association, on Mon- 
day next, at 4 1-2 o'clock, at the rooms of the 
Y, M. ChristiauAssocntion. There not lx;ing 
a suflicicnt numlicr in attendance for the tran- 
saction of business, the meeting appointed for 
yesterday was necessarily postponed. As the 
report of the late Secretary of the Board of 
Trustees, and other imptirtnnt business wiU 1)C 
presented, the Stockholders are earnestly re- 
quested to IK present. ^ ^,^,,^^,^^ 

Scc'v Board of Trustees. 
St. Paul. July 28th, TSCG. 



l^OTICE OF MOF.TGACiE SALE. 

Whereait, default has been mado in the naymont 
of the sum oi nine liundrod aud four dollar? and 
forty-sl.v cents (^iXH.-hi), which amount is claimed 
to be duo, and is due, at tbo date of this notic ', 
upon that certain indenture of mortgage, which 
boars .latH Novom or 11th, A. n. 1S>(!, and was 
dulv executed, acknowledged and dolivorod by 
Tni'nian M. ^nlitll. and Mary .S. 1$. Snulh, his 
wife, of tbo county of lianisoy, aud Territory 
(now .state) of .Minno.sota, to ?>liennan .sniitli, of 
Kidgolield, in tbe countv of Kairliold. aud .State 
of Connecticut, his lioirs and assigns, to .-ocuie 
the pavmont of six hundred and eighty dollars 
(lnii>0.tHj), and interest thorcon, and was duly re- 
corded in tho Kcgistrv ot Deeds of Kamsov Coun- 
tv. Terriforv (now htate) of Minnesoia, as a 
mortgage, on pages P.T, 1>'8 and I;;'.", in book H, 



liBLS. LARD, WHALE AND 
LUBRICATING OILS, 

At lowest market rates. 

SIMS.VAWTEK & liOSK. 
jy23.tf N o. Ill Third street. 

4-1 O ^'^^^^^^^'^ VARNISH, 

Of various <|ualitios and prices, at 

SIMS, VAWTF.R & EOSE'S, 
jj.;;5.tf No. in Third st eot. 



Kf\(\ BOXES WINDOW GLASS 
AND GLASSWARE, 

McCuUey's Brand, at market rates. 



jy3r,-tf 



SIMS, VAWTER & I!05E, 

l.nion Block. 




oftliesaine; . . , , • .i * 

Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given, that 
under aud b/ virtue of tho full jwwor ol sale 
which is in said mortgage contained, and ol the 
statute in such case ninde and provided, tho prom- 
i^os and real estate, described in and covered by 
.s id mortgage, as follows, to wit : lot four (4) of 
block thirteen (13) in Warren & Winslow's Ad- 
dition to Saiut Paul, i said llamsoy Coiinty, a > 
cording to tho pi t tberoof. duly rocor.Ied in saul 
Itegistry of Deeds in said Banisey «.oiiuty, in 
which countv said real estate is situated, will, 
with the appurionanccs thereof, be s-ld at public 
auction, at tlic front door of the Court House, in 
.Saint I'aul aforesaid, in tho county of Kamsov 
afjrosaid.at two of tho clock In the afternoon, 
on.Saturdav, the first day of August, A. n. 1N..J, 
bv tho .Sbefitf of said Kainsoy Co-iuty, to pay tbo 
said debt, and co.st8 and interest by law allowed. 
Dated Saint Paul, 3IiinH'80ta,.1uno Kith, INVi. 
.SUKKMAN SMITH, Mortgagee. 
W. D. Stoukv, Attorney for Mortgag.-e. 

tu jelO-/W 



XJ^DR SALE, 

A noat Brick Cottage House and Lot. with a 
good well of water and out Buildings and shade 
trees &c , with five rooms on lirst floor, also a 
good collar; within eight minutes' walk of the 
Postoffic' : cheap lor cash. For further particu- 
lars enqureof .IAS. H. M^RKA^, 

jy:i2-lw Opposite tho American House. 



or in Europe. _ ,..,., 

Tills Model '^how will exhibit at ST. PAL I>, on 

Tuesday, July 28th, at 7 o-crk p. m. 

Also on 

lVednf»»«l4iy «n«l ThuraUiiT. July «Otli 

aud :{Otli, ut •£ aud 7 p. m. 

Aduil-"ion '-.> c^nts— llojorred Se>at8 50 cents. 

MR. DAN CASTELLO, ^ 
As Equestrian Muiagor, will iutroduce hi* 
Wonderful Trained Horse, 

MOIN^ITOK, 

Tiie Chsn-.pion of the World ; also hi* 

Doll JnaiTL. 

Mr. JOHN GLENROY, 

Who lia.-' been roc('ived with adwiritii-n and ap- 
pl:lu^o bv appr^'Ciating audi-'iiO.;s "°^V5!'v'/l'?-'f 
nci'ts, ai.d gaiud lii'' title oi tbv CENTAL K 
HoK.sl-MAN , will exccut.- his daring aomersault 

WM. J. SMITH. 

Who has won unfading:anrois,as tho most grace- 
ful and accompli^hodTw^;and tour Uo^^e Eques- 
trian of till' ago. 

MR. J. TINKHAM, 

1 ho intrepid Horsoinan .ind Void Pare Back Rider, 

will appear as tli' Insp.roa Hu'aio l,.-aper. 

!neasn. C. IT. BIRKOWte aud 31. JT. 

K ELLY, 

Who stand unrivalK-d as fii»t class Artists, aro 
al*o onKag<'u in ord<r to rond.-r ibf Gymnastic 
Dopartfuont sup.'rior to all tjifcedonts. Amon;: 
the successful feat* achieved by those pirformers, 
are the 
HORIZONTAL BAR EXERCISES, 

Double Trapeze, 

Olsissical Oroiipingrs. 

Mr. 1»A3¥ CASTKl^tO. 

The Great Talking Clown, wlios.- lx)n motsanf 
original saving- are copio.l by tlio entire motlo;.- 
broiborbood. Wh.n such a man as this don.s th.« 
cap aiol bolls, the public may rest assured ol » 
lia<t of humor uuallovod by vulgarity. 

MR. T. W. POLAND, 

The rofldv convorsotionalist ami rnifnod gentlJ- 
miiu, tlie paragon of King Ma»ier«i. 

T. RURGES<, 
MORRIS MILES, 

R. VAX VALKEXBUR(i. 
M. McCOLLUM, 
A. SULLIVAN. 
U. IIARMOX, ANO 

C. LFSLIE, 

Conipbno tho list of male artists, w hilo 
!tiA»A9IEfil WWiATiWL aad CAI»I»«:» 

The beautiful and gifted cquostrionnos lead t i« 
ft'inalo cortege. _ - 

a" grand procession, consisting of the Ba: ■ 
C'lariot, Frolio's t^dvoi^Cornet liand. asM^ted If 
Mr. La Itue, the Champion Drummor, all of t •• 
Wagons. Cr.rriagos, Horses, \c.. wdl bo gn . • 
oach morning at fno'dork, for th.- purpose >« 
demon^tratipg to the pubhctheexteni, force &iA 
superior!: V of 

C \STELLO & VAX VLF.CK'S 

MAMMOTH SHOW. 

jvi:-tii 



^T(J11TGAGE SALE. 

Wlioreas, default haa been made in tho condi- 
tion of a certain indenture of mortgage, execuitd 
and delivered l)v Charles L. Willea and Ani;e 
.Maiia Willos his wife, to Asa I'almor, on the 



..-•lb day ol t>cto' or, tJi, to secure the naxinont 
of the Slim of two thousand two hundred lioHars, 
and the interest thereon, according t J tbe <orms 
of the prom ..sorv note of said Charlo.s L. N\ illos. 
In said mortgage'dofCrilK'd; by which mortgage 
the said Charles L. Willos and wife ccnveyo i to 
said Palm, r and his heirs and asfigns^tlio follow- 
i ' - ' ■■ = - " "- 

I 

.litioVto thecltv o^f SaintPaul, in the Countv of 
llamsoy, and State of -V!."",''"!"^..''^! a'!?.'u, '!.."* 



)l tno prom ^sorv uui.-ui !•»•" v^. .»..■.. ^. •• 
u said mortgage dofCrilK'd; by which mor 
he said Charles L. Willos and wife convey 
laid Palm, r and his heirs and assigns, the ft 
UK de^cribod piouiises, to wit : Heing the easter- 
V twenty feet olf of lot numtjer si^von (7), m 
ilock nuinber -ix.een (Ifi). iu Kice & Irvine's Ad- 



bmd ffontlng twenty (210 foot on St. Autliou. 
(now Third) street, in said ciiy of ^t. Paul, am 
^ . . ._ .... -.,,,ii,.i lines, nmety-eiglit ('Jf>) 



B 



ILLL POSTING, Ac. 



MAXWELL k ORITFIN, oppoalte Brown's 
Block, Third street, will pott Mllf, announce 
mectlnf a, auctiona,and all inatt«n uiually attend- 
ed to by " Town Crlera," attend on parties, clean 
roonu and oflloea, aad andertake Job* of whlt« 
waahlac la diffareat oelen. jlO-lm 



Thk Bonv OF Capt. Farukli,. — The 
body of thiB brave officer will arrive here by 
express on to-morrow, and will probably 
be borne to its lant reHting plaiM! in the Kpla- 
copal Cemetery on next Sunday afternoon. 

The Lodge of Odd Fellows, of which the 
deceased was a member, will perform the 
nsnal obsequies at his interment. 

A military escort, consisting of a company 
flron» the Invalid Corps at Fort Snelling, aud 



Society oi Fuikxi>s. — Hannah B. 
latum and Jane Trueblood, Ministers of the 
Society of Fricnd.s, from IndiatiJipolis, Ind., 
have appointed a meeting for Ileliidous Wor- 
ship, at Stinehficld's Hall, this thinl day 
(Tuesday ) evening, at 7 1-2 o'clock. The pub- 

lie arc invited. 

- — ••• 

Mii.it \iiY MrKTi.NO.— The officers of the 
.•Jlst, 32d and 38th regiment.s are hereby noti- 
fied to meet at Armory Hall, this (Tuesday) 
night, to attend to important business. 

- — ••• ~ 

Capt. J. VAvPKiuioncK, late of Com- 
pany D, Firth Regiment Minnesota Volun- 
tcei^.. has been appointed by the President a 

Captain in the Invalid Corps. 

. *e» 

Don't forget that Caatello & Van 
Vlcck's Circus o\>eM in this dty this evening. 



running ba.k by pacdlol hues, nmetv-eigiit ('Jf^ 
foot, and which said mortgage was duly rocordoa 
in the office of tho Itogis'.T of Deed.s in and for 
^ald Kanisey County, on theJith dav oK^ctobcr, 
1855, at 3 o ViocW f. M. in book " K ' o: 
zoo. pates 6 >r and 65-; and, whereas, si 
ua^eand the d«dit thereby secured, wc 



cf mortga- 
Kaid mort- 
rere on the 
'«, .... of Novombr, INiO, bv assignment ill 
wrltliie, dulv e.\ecufed and delivered, uss^ignod 
and tri.nsfoned by iho .-aid Asa Palmer to 51o.<e8 
Glee -on, wbict. said assignment w'as duly record- 
ed ill the ofUi-e of Uegisto. of D ods of said Kam- 
n.v Countv on tlieJmb day of November, 1800, 
in book "B" of As>ignmeiit«, P«K!* ,•»> = And, 
wheroii*, said mortgage and the said debt thereby 
pocure.l. wer<\on tic •J4th dav of NovemlxT, A. 
I.. IWW, by asslgiimeat in writing, duly ass giiod, 
transferred ttu.i set over, by sui-l Moses Gb-oson 
to David U Horriman, which said assignment 
was duly ncrded iu the,oinco of the legi.j er of 
Deeds of s;dd Kan.sey County,, on tlio loUi «ia> 
of June, lAvi, in book "11" of Assignments, 

'^f ml' wi'f^'iusMiere is n ,w claimed to bo due, 
and 8 '.lue. .." ^"iJ mortgago.lobt. the sum of two 
U,ou--and seven hundred aud forty-one and 4M00 

''"AndnosultoriJrocoodiugs at Isw having boon 
instituted, to recover said mortgage debt or any 

'"NowTtherofore, notice Is hereby g'von, that by 
virtue of a power of .-ale la said inortgagi- con- 
tained, and in pursuniico to the s tituto in such 
^so made aud j^rovided. the said inortgag.M 
nremlsos lioieii.bofore described ; will bo sold at 
ubUc auction, by the Sherilf of said Kamsey 
County at tbo front door of the Court Uo-so in 
ufeclty of M. Paul, in said countv on the fit h 
dav of August, A.I.. l^C:i. at ton oWck in the 
?orWoon"^op»y off and satisfy said mortgage 
debt and the costs and expenses of sale. 

Dated St, Pail. -Tune lOtb, I8(t3. 

^ DAVID B. HEKKIMAN, Assignee. 

HottK, Li'.NP & GALl'SHA, AttorneysTor As- 
signee. tujo.;j,w 



B. P. BARTLETT, irtlst, 

From NEW YOKK CITT, is row prepared to 

Landscapes, &c- 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

*g- lie will also give lessons in Drawing and 
Oil Painting, at his Studio, over Munger's Music 
Store, Concert Hall Block, St. Paul, Minnesota. 

jyio-tf 

DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 
DENTAL ROOMS IIST 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 A 

je4-r)m 



SHORES & TATOR, 
Wliolesale Oi*ooer«, 

47 South Water Street, 

CHlCAGiO. 
F. D. TATOl 



L. SHORES, 
m-31-fiin. 




M. TO 5 r. M. 
tit. Anthony, Win. 



XyillTCHEirS HOTEL, 

Fourlh-St., between Hubert and Jackson, 
ST. PAUL, MIXXESOTA. 

E. 13. WIIITCIIER, Propkietor. 

The above house ha%-ing recently been opened 
and tboroiighlv ronovatetl and refurnished, tbe 
Proprietor wJuld respectfully solicit a share of 
the public patronage. <W(iood Stabling and 
careful Hostlers In atiendana-. '^___ 

TTEliNDON HOUSE, 

Corner of Third and Vermillion Streets, 
HASTINGS. - - - MINNESOTA, 

-ir. E. HVIfT. 

Late of the Mercliants^ Hold, at St. Paul, 

PROPRIETOR. 

conveved to and from the 
jel9-:hn 



IW acres in Koso tow n, adjoining the »*•?• 
section, tho following described land:^>. " •_*! 
section •-• I, town :-•«. Range -ii; 



about fifty art 



Tj^OK S.\LE. 

IW 
Sectit 

section -I, <""•• ^'. """c- — . ir/-,_,«j 

under cul-ivation. some improvomoiit. sll f*""'*"; 
and a good well ou tho promises. >\ ill be sol I la 
a bodv or in lots of forty or eighty acres. oM- 
fourth cash, the balanw- in thro«- yearly paymoaU, 
at seven per cent, p'r annum. Title porfiJCt, 
possession given rif^er harvest. . ^r — «. 

Also: The undivided N. '■: of N.E. ;« <>\'*^ 
tion •.8. To-> n A>, IJange .:;, on tbe road to I.ak» 
Jobannah, about three n\''^'»/'"'.J™ ;!»;,'■" U 

Enquire of •' -PI "<'•" '^iJV^ 

At Mchols, Dean k C*. 



JuIvP-dlm. 



R 



O B E K T P 



LEWIS 



O- Passengers 
Boats free. 



CIGARS, PIPES, 



OBACCO, 

SNUFF, &r. 

TUCHELT, 



T 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars, 
ic. Fine Imported Cigars, rsi-oking and (how- 
intr Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior lo any 
in the city. Sweet Briar Root Pipes, a b.rgc as- 

sorimeut. ^ ''• W : ^^^^".NVo.lw 

Third-st., near Edgcrton s Bank, 

m yO-lv ^^- ^*"'- 

~\ UCTION. 

A sale of State property ^-iH *\^^ »|'*f^,fj \^^ 
Stable on F.aglo.8t., on Saturday -Ji"K»«t "'^^'J",^' 
of Horses, and one of h:astoily's Reape^^. Sale 
to commence at two o'clock v. .^.. 

By order of the A^ij-.ta^jt^^^l*-^!,-, ,,, state. 

LANGLET A TEMPLE, Auctioneer. .^^^ 



ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. Paul, MLinnewota, 

Offlceon Third-st., Roger's Block, near the Briif, 
ALSO Bbanch Agkntof 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY." 

Of Washinctou, D. C, conducted by UarfVf, 
Collins *. Braeo. . i_,„.^ , v-. 

Claims presented and prosecutoo before uoa- 
gnss.Ceurt of Claims and tbe Dopartmen^ 
Washington City. Special attention P«"\Jo '-•oa- 
ring Soldier's Pensions, R«u»'';'V. .^.iAl/. kJ 

«-Advic»' given soldiers and their friend* by 

letter or at the office, wiUiout c''»^^ twkwif 



VINEGAR. 

We would inform onr old patrons and the pnb; 
e agi 

iiriiiff 

to fundsh the tr«4e 



►ALMER^S PURE 



lirffenerallv that we are again at our old stand 
he gent rail • '^^^..^^eturiirg the above celebrated 



on Sibloj 
Vinegar 



>Ve»ro propcr-d 
witVi'trn'reri/i.'S^ quality of Vinegar, at prloee 
r^ low asl^n b.- b<.ugl.t in thi.. or any other aiar- 
ktt. « »rders from the country w ill receive pronpt 

'*;*"!'"■" • C. C. LEWIS k C 0,_ 



A X 



DEEDS 



THE PRESS PRINTING COafPAKT 
Have now on hand the Utest anO best lona of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the tev- 
eral acts of the Legishiture. aud in conformity 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared vy •«« 
State authorities ... ^ ^_ • 

Price Sf> cento per drt«en. or •S r. nr hnBgre I. 

rrVENTS TO HIRE. 

Hunting, Fishing and Excursion Parties Kt^ 
plied with TENTS at reasonable rates. 
C. W. WOOLLKV, 
Comer Sibley and Third Streets. 
St. Paul, July 2t8d, 18M.-1W 







THE 



SAINT PAUL 



DAILY PRESS. 



T: 



v't'ti.irMio 111. 

«a" l'!' i^ iKipoi- has a hiitir Uailv , Ti i-\V wkty 
ui.l \V,'.kl> I- i.\il:ili. nthaiianyolti.Mln Miiiuo- 
tli.Tflori' i.rci?utii hivliuvmi'iiti' ti^nil- 



S-A.INT '^ATTT./wED:^JIi:Bp^ Y, JULY 2 9, 1863. 



NUMBER 177. 






lO 



SMNi TAIL. \VKI>N1>1>AY, JULY J: 

Tho <1itr.ils ol the fipht botwccn Bu- 
j.,nrs Cavalry :uh1 tlu- n>\)ol army at 
Ihfitvr Hap i>v nivir I* rout Ut>y:«l an- 
.vtr:\ni:«ly tar.h i:i tr.itJMnission. Nobiuly 
>.<n!s to k. ow prepJM'Iy v.hat transpired 
oi\ tlu- o>•.■a^■u>lK rivvious accounts 
a.;rtH«l in >lalinji that Lotii;slr.Al ami Hill 
ln.l ],x\<\xci\ tliroiij;h tin' IJap. unsu.wss- 
liilly ..piM'^vil In- our i-avalry, and hail 
Hi;i.ii- t!:eir way to CuliMppi-r. ati.l that 
K\v»'U was lilt hehinil, in the Slu'JiauiliKnh 
\-ilK-v, at Strasluirj:. To-ilay a ^Va^.l»- 
iu-tou ilispal.!. uuiti-s Kw.'ll with Loii- 
stivi't auil Hill, thus in.li.atiutJ that the 
.Miitv ri'.i'l aruiv iscapcil, whilo auothor 
4r;sinit.h iiulirortly Iroui Ilarpor's Vorry 
rt iti r.it.-^ thi: .stati-mout that Kw«U\-i ^ orps 
is lut olV iVoin the main nl>el army, anil 
is eoiit- 1.. U- pi'.t throu-h that faiuiliar 
|,nv-i> 'ki.i'wn in uiilitary loiuauci- a.s be- 
in:: "'^apiuri'il aiuhli>P''r>fil-" ^^ otaki' 
it ih:;t th.- Ivss [avonvbk- report is tho tnu- 
our. 'I'hi' wliiui- n-'nl arinv has iluubt- 
losa C8.apiil. anil is now salely tor the 
p,v-s.-ut in its oUl po>itIon Irhinil tie 
UappahanutH'k. 
— Anuthir suihlen 



ilcsciMit of rebel 
j:nernilas upon ourscaltereil iktaehuu-uts 
Kasteru' Keituiky i^ aimouneeil 



v\ 



Id aiiuouni'ei 
Our small luvce of -J.uUO was whipped at 
KiehuuMMl. and ilrivi n aiross the Ktn- 
tueVv river, within a short distan.e ol 
Lexiii-ton. A big loree ol 1.sOm> is 
s:i,l to be behind advaneiuj^ northward 
bv wav of C'ra!> Orrhard. The probabil- 
it"v i^' that r.r.i'h of this is j>u^, though 
tliere is just a possibility that l^rag- or 
Johnston nun- have taken this desperate 
nieau. of retrieving the desperate fortunes 
„r the Confederacy, by euttin- olT Rose- 
ii-uns" eonnnunleations with the north. A 
loneulerable tnili-ary foree is said to be 
iu the immediate rear of the invaders, 
under General. Carter and (Jilbeit. and 
the militia are calle.l out to repel them. 
Anotherday ortwo will probably develope 
the n'al proportions of the movemeJit. 

—John ilorgan and his oflleers have 
been eonveyed tu the city prison in Cin- 

- Another valuable rebel block.'.de run- 
ner has been eaptured and brought in-a 
;-,(.'» ton iron vessel-thc Merrimue, by 
immr. b.d.n with eotton. 

—The little stvrn-whecler Flora was 
sunk yesterday about 1-' miles above W - 
uona— see the dispateh ibr particulars. 



Lirt: .*■%■» wKHV ■<•«»» «»' iio* 

T\w to'a-iai.h ve»t.v.lay l.n.n;;l.t tin- niourn- 
r.il Intelliijenee of the deatl. of that emi.u-nt 
and viuoval.le ,.atrioi-tlu« last of Ww s.Iuh)! 
of ohl AVhiK statosnum— Hon. Jolm luv Cnt- 
toihlen-to whoso zealous and steadfast eham- 
pioiisliii) of Mio Union eatise. in s\nW of strou?,' 
lMo-sla>erv sympathies, the eouutry is liir«oly 
ii-.delneil I'oriho present h>yrtl attitude of Kcn- 
tuiky. 

Mr. Critteuilcn was born in Woodfonl 
eouuty, Keutm ky. in 1781. and was therefore 
7S ye.nrs old at the time of his death. 

"\Vhile .-till yumi'.', his f.uher. who was a 
farmer, was Killed l)y the fall of a tree-leav- 
ing hiri lauthor to hrinj,' up, with slender 
nil aiis, a hui;e fandly of ehildriu. 

Mr. irlttendon l.ei,'atx life as n lawyer iu 
Hoj)kh»sville, hut soon removed to I'ranUfort 
wh-ve lie early won dl.-iiiiciion as an advo- 
eaie. In IHIC he wa> eloetetl to the Keniueky 
House of Uepreseutatives, of whieh he was 
f,.r several years Spe du-r. He entereil the V. 
S. Sinalo iu 1S17— his tiiiii eommem iu:; with 
ihat of Mr. Mt>nroe. whom he supported. 

Purimr his two years of sorviee he moved 

the !iiinl>iir>emeir. of the liiie> inuler llw se- 

vliilon law of 170S, whuh he pronounivd iiu- 

eonstitiitiouiil; and >poKe wnnnly in favor of 

!i l).ll iutnidiioed hy Mr. Morrow of Ohio to 

o\\\\ the i.uhlie lunds to aetmil ."Oitlers ; ami 

lavoved a law for puttiii!; fii^ihives from lahor 

on the same fiH)tiugwiih lU};itives from just iee. 

For vixteeii \ ears thereafter. Mr. Crittenden 

l.ni.t!ei.d law at Fiauktort. tMeasi«>iia!ly repn- 

siutliis' his eouuty iu the state l.e.Kislatiue. 

TresMont .T. (.J. .\damn noniiuat.tl him a.s 

Juduf of the V. S. Sii]>rcuie Court, hut the 

.Sonate refused to eontirm him. In lH.\o he 

w.is iVrtiii chosen I". S. Senator, for a full 

tvrni ; was re-elected, hut re>i.mied to take the 

posti.r Att..rney(ieueral umler Harri.sou. On 

Soptondier 11. after Tyler eame in, he. with 

the rest of the Cahiuet. \Veh>ter exeepted, 

tendered hisre>ijtuat;on.aiid was immediately 

ri-v!e.ted to the Senaie, for the residue of 

the term of Mr. Clay, whi» had res'ijiied, and 

wa- a-aiii re-eleeted for tlie next lull term. Iu 

ISIS lu' was fleeted (iovernor of Kentneky ; 

nn.l was Attorney Oeneral Mu.lerrillmore. Iu 

the spriuu' of 1S.-)1, he was iudUeed from lon^'- 

.tandiui: relation.- of trieml>hii> with the Ward 

family, to undertake the ilefcnse of Matthew 

F. Ward, the murderer of Prof. W. H. (»• 

Ihitler, ."f L'.nis\ ille. 'lhi> step created much 

popular excitement ai;ain.st Mr. Crittemhii. 

He had prcv;on>ly heen clei-ted to the Ututcl 

States Senate, for the term whieh expired in 

^"^I'li'carly life he had heloutrcd to the Kepuh- 
liean,L«ud snlKsequently to the NVhij; part\! 
He was one of Clay's most devoted fr:eu<l> 
Hii-I supporters. He alway.-. favored a [irotee- 
tive policy ; was for « Cnited states Ihmk. and 
ajiaiii.-t the Suh-trea.Miry .sy.-*tem. 

^In is:?.) he oppoNctl Mr. Calhotin's hill, em- 
powering' ro>tina.-.ter.'. to lake from the mails 

documents hostile to slavery. 

IU' oppo.-etl the renii>.dou of ficn. Jackson's 

lin.i for contempt of court, in dedarinj? ma 

tial law in New Orlemis. 

The question of apporti<.nnicnt comiujl up 

ill ISli, he favored the smallest ration! rcpre- 

MMit^n'ou. ar'-"tiu« that with more menilwrs 

the Ilou.-e would heeiMue more demociatir 



THIS voM'K or THK Awwv. prom the TMrd MmiieBota. 

A lady Honds us the followiu}; extracts j^f^gj^j^.^jioN OF COL. GRIGGS. 

from "a letter just received from an tdli- ' 

ccr in the Army of the Cumberland." , qqIj. ANDREWS SUCCEEDS. 

Tlie idlicer referred to is presumed to 



be hir husband— one of the most dist n- 
}:juished of those whom Minnesota has 
sent to the defense of the Union— who 
has all his life we believe been a Demo- 
crat. What h«^ says is in keeping with 
all the utteraiu-es of our soldiers in the 
lield. It is the voice of the Army. Let 
Copperheads heed it and read u» It their 
sentence and their doom : 



Thoir Addresses to tbo Regiment. 

From the following, it will be seen that 
Col. tJriggs, the excellent and efTicicnt 
commamk-r of the Third Minnesota Uegi- 
nunt, has resigned, and that the com- 
mand now devolves on our old friend, 
Col. C. C. Andrews— R gallant and ac- 
con.plihhed oOicer. Cols. Griggs and 
Andrews were among the oflioers, in sub- 



M A. R R I K T> . 

In at. Anthony, on Sunday evening, 2f.th init , 
l)y Key. S. nurHC.-, Mr. HAKKISO.N W. VOUNG 
to MlH.s ELI/AHKTIl CROCK KK. 

No curds. 



Mc.^H^^VII.I.^^ July 17, m^- ^ \ ^j^ji,,^^,^ positions, who protested indig- 

* * * * * * ..^1- nnnilv Rt tlic cowardlv surrender of the 

» . * John Morsan's raid iu l.id.aim nanth at thi, towar ) 

■nu\ Ohio it i^ thought will do us some Roed. re^in.ent at Murfrcesboro last )car. 
It will maki- the people North realize that ll„til the regiment was called to rein- 
there is war iu the laud ami that armed men j;,^^.^. fj^ant .it Vieksburg, it was station- 
i l.(^ met hy armed men. So with I.ee's ^ ^^^ ^^ p^^^ Ik-iman in Kentucky, where. 



§tvc ^Avtxtmmnt^. 



W- ANTED, 

A young man to assist In the Grocery Business. 
Appl> to 

Jy2» 



LATEST NEWS, 

I3.y Teleg-rapli- 

Resull of the Eiigagfiiient at 
Front Royal. 



A. H. WIMBI9H, 

Jackcon-st. 



I L J. I 



11 



D S 



That 



his successor will fully sustain the repu- 
tation of the ref.iment lor discipline and 
1 conduct, his address on taking com- 



mi 

march into Pennsylvania. i under the vigilant command of Colonel 

llu. aehiy in euiorein« the draft h.i-s no , ^^ ^^.jj. 

aouht eneonraN'cd the Copperheads and «.ve.i , Gr.ggs, tt nmdi. .t^ i it 
thetu time to o.^'aui.e; as a conse ,uence we doers of the guerrilla stamp, at.d anj-^ll. 
icul of terrlhle riot<. We cantiot deal with I eleut protection to Union citizens 
those Copperh.nuls too rouKhly. Wo iiiito 
them when the war termiuutcs and the .sol- 
diers return'to their homes. They will all he 
spotted and rememlK-red iliiriuir their natural 

lives. 

The army will eontn.l a miirhty vote alter 
the war, of men who entered the service as 
volunteers to put ilnwn this veUlliou, and 
they will not for>ret tlio>e who have U-enstal)- 
hini; them in tlie kick. 

The news tVoiu Wa.-hin<rton this evinin^' is 
very cncouia-iiiir, th.U the (iovernineut in- 
tends to enforce the draft, mohs to the e )u- 
trai-y notwitli.<tandin^'. Secession is totteruiK 
andCoppcrheads will tuiiihle with it. * * 
Ia'c appears to he hnrryiui,' hack to Vir;jinia. 

Do vou think he feels as .strong' as when he 

left ? What, with the kiUcl and wounded, 

and iMi.soners, ami desertions, his lo.s.«es mu.«t 

have heeu verv heavy. I think I am makiu;,' 

a verv low estimate when 1 say the rehels 

have la-t over 10l),0()0 ui»ii during the pre^ent 

month. Count those captured at Vick.-.hiir>!, 

and Fort HiuImju, the kille.l, and wounded 

and missing' at Helena. The losses of Bra;-'.u''s 

army hy de.-eitioii> and captnro (not less 

than 1IN(HM»), I.ee'- h.>.- and Johnstoir.- loss, 

all adiled tojjether would make a powerful 



L..HSona Klvpn in nilllards by EDWARD J. 
PIXNlvKir, of I'hiladelplilu, at 

JOSEPH HALL'S BILLIARD ROOMS. 

All those wi»liinp to take l.-ssoiis will have a 
(rood ODDorluuity to improve thoir {.'uinc. I lu-r<i 
«ill al.io he a inatcti game of Bl.linrd. played 
Tliursday evening. jyu>-il. 

-j"r]|7) rk BUSHELS oats, 



For sale by 



100 Barrel."* Salt, 

100 IJurrels XX Flour, 

GKO. E. SCHNABKT., 
Cor. Jackson and Fourth-sts. 



EUELL CIT OFF FROM HIS 

COiMMUlMCATION WITH 

GENERAL LEE. 

His Probable Capture or Dis- 
persion. 

BRAUG'S ADVANCE INTO 
KENTUCKY. 



mood, while some think the rebels intend 
making a stand on the south side ol" the 
Hapidan. 

Kebel priisoners say our cavalry has 
done more to defeat I.«ee'» plan than any 
otlier arm, and also thata great deal oldes- 
pondency prevails in the south, and in 
the army in consequence of the recent de- 
feat and failure of Lee's plans, while the 
defeat of Johnston, and his refusal to 
obey orders from Jeff. Davis will neces- 
sitate a reconstruction of the army of the 
South West. 



:it«rrlmMC C«t|»Cur««l— •Mil BattcriMff 
fort lVMS«cr. 

New York, July 28. 

The rebel steamer Merrimac, built by 
the British for the rebels last year, arrived 
here, captured by the gunboat Iroquois, 
while running the blockade at Wilmington. 
She is a 500 ton iron vessel, loaded with 
cotton. 

'J he steamer Washington, from Port 
Royal, reports that she passed oflCharles- 
ton, the 2Gth, and heard heavy firing. 
Our forces were still battering Fort Wag- 
ner. 



army. 



-» ♦ « * 



TIB F I '•T ni X .\ EJiOX A AX TM K 
110«*I>IX.%I.« or ■•■■■1..%WK*'- 
1*111.%. 

The Ibllowin;^ wounded soMiers of the 
Minnesota Virst, :U in nu.uUr, are at the 
Chestnut Hill Hospital iu Philadelphia. 
G S W stands lor gun-shot wound : 

S. S. (ronklicte Co. II, contusion; J. M 



Rohrer, Co. C, O S ^^ han. ; .Ino. l-r.e.s. ( o. 
I, (; « W, foot ; W. H. H.mTll Co. I. (• .s ^^ . 
l.and; K. J.ieoh.s Co. T. OS \\. huk; 1. 
F he •. Co. I', r. S W. heel ; A. ^ SlUcs Co. 



good 

mand gives :'ssurancc : 

I'.viniNO AUi»UK.ss OP roi.. ouior.s. 
O.vK llinoK, Mi.ss., July IGth, 1H63. 
Lieut. Colonel C. C. Andrews, OtHoers and Men 
Thlnl .Minnesota: 
My resi.LMiation having la-en aecepte.l, it is 
wiih the deepest emotions that I hiil you a 

linnl adieu. 

Havini,' hciii e.mnceted with the llejiimcnt 

from its oifranization. it will ever lie a source 

of .satisfaction to rememla-r, that in cfflciency 

and promptness in your duties you are second 

to none. Since 1 assumed command at Fort 

Snellin^', vou have shown hy your zealous 

and nnremittini; etroits, that you are in earn- 

r.,t for onreoumry.nud are willing' to mider- 

Ko imv privations in defense of its Fla^^ 

Should an opiM)rtiinity Ih' otlercd, I have no 

fears hut that the Uej;iment will" distiuRui.sh 

itself under any eireumr.tanecs, with its jtal- 

hmt leader commanding'. 

In your prosperity I shall rejoice, and 
should ini.-foitune hefall yon, it will he as 
kci-nly felt hy mc a^ if 1 was with the Rcsi- 

ment. 

Accept my sinecii- thanks for the excellent 
conduct of iK.th omeersand cnli.sted men since 
I have had the honor to l>c your eomnmndcr. 
Ven- re«lH>etfidly, 

C. W. GRIGGS. 



Al>UllKSt> OF COL. .\NI>KKWS. 

IlK.MHUAKr.usSnn Mixn.Vols., ^ 

Oak Ri.ljje, near IV"*'',!^'';^'.,^'""-' < 
.lulv Ifi, lHh.{. .1 



pi RE AT IJARGAINS. 

Th 

t?,,P^ 

giving iiis ~cu»tonn'r.>i"evt'ry day, at his *Jrocery 
store, on Jackson-Btreet. je-,H-tt 



The heat bargain one can make in anything Is 
topurcl.a..c H Kirst Cl.is.. art cle "l » <« Y.'.'J^^'- 
This is the sort of barKauis A. H. >N IMIWSll is 



"VV^ ANTED, 

A young man of good education and address, 
to travel with an cxhihition, as show luati and 
explanatory lecturer. Salary liberal. Address, 
with references, 

jy2:t.tf Boxftt", St.raul,llln. 

A/rUSICIANS WANTED ! 

I want a few good Musician.'* to fill up a Brig- 
ade band now organizing. For particulars, ad- 
dress, 

jy21-lw* 



AN ENGAGEMENT NEAR 
RICHMOND, KY. 



steamer Flora Hauk 3lear DTiaaas. 

WixoxA, July 28. 
This morning the steamer Flora, of the 
Praiiie du Chien and Dunlieth line, ran 
into a rock twelve miles above this city, 
at a point called Chimney Rock, and 
sunk in less than five minutes time. She 
will probably be a total loss. No lives 
were lost. 



Federals Fall Bad AVithiii Five 
Miles of Lexiiistoii. 



J. E. K 



PEtiC.S, 

Rice Lake, Min. 



F 



ARMER WANTED. 



:Britisli I*ii-ate Cap- 
ture d- 



Appropriafe Qaarters. 

CrxcivxATi, July 28. 

John ]\Iorgan. Col. Cluke, and about 
thirty other rebel officers arrived here 
last night, and were taken to the city 
prison. 

EVENING^ REPORT. 



1 want a responsible man and wife to take 
charge of my larm and sheep ou shares. .WJ 
acres of land— ".(0 of it under plow. -Z'X) sheep or 



acres 
more. Address, 
jyr-tf 



II. W. BARRY, Dundas. 



D 



RAWING CLASS. 



Mr. IJAUTLKIT, Artist, over Munger's Music 
Store, Third »t., will form u class to be tauglit 
Drawing Ternis S»' P'T (juarter 
August 'Id at his Studio. 



T 1 C E 



To commence 
jy-'4--.iw 



Firing on Fort Wagner Con- 
tinues* 



N *^ 

A male or female Teacher is wanted in the 
High School In the citv of St. Anthony. Term 
to conuuonce Aug. 10, KMW. Compt'tencv to teach 
the higher Engli.»li Branches is roqiiued. Apply 
immediately to the Board ot Education. 
N. H. MI.NKK, 
Secretary of the Board of Education. 
Dated J uly 21 , 1S03. jyJ.Mit 



and .-trove to hriiy; the Mexican war to a 
piaccfnl eomlnslon as scon as practieahle. lie 
manifested the sanu' eoneiliatory spirit in 
is.vs, in the delwUe uiion the alleged illegal ex- 
cic:>e ot the ri-ht of search liy Great llritain. 
Tie was ajia'.nst intcrtercnee iu the atlairs of 
Central America. 

He oiiposed the admission of Kansas under 

the Topekft Con,stitiitiou t>f 18'M), and voted for 

Tooinhs' Kansas IMU as a measure of peace. 

old title, and assumes I jj, is.3S he opposed the admission of Kansas 

Leeompton Constitution, on the 



ttvir second page is devoted to a very 
interesting summary of the facts and the 
proccuUlngs in the Urilish I'arliament 
c )nnected with the recent change in the 
organization and Droprictorsliip of tie 
Hudson liay Company. 

It will be seen that the new or;^aniza 
tioii retains t!«. 

all the ri-lts of jurisdiction and pro- 
perty belon'jiuK 'o <^'' claimed by the old 
compaiiv, who ^eeul to have made a pret- 
ty vood" thing out of it. They have sold 
1,4 0,01 JO sipiare miles of hi'd, only one 
fourth of whieh is cultivable, a few log 
houses and stockades, two or three ship.s, 
a few hundred Mackinac boats and cer- 
t ,iu limited rl-r'iits of uovernnunt over 
the future colonics of that region for the 
snug little .sum ol" .S7,.VJO,000. But the 
nc-w"company differs widely from the ohl 
in its plan of operations. It is no longer 
a mere dosc' corporation of fur tradirs. 
Its object i.-; the internal development of 
the country, to which the old Company 
was iuimic a. Jt cotitcniplatcs the erec- 
tion of a telegraph line connecting Cana- 
da Avith Hritl-h Columbia to bo sustained 
by an annual siilmidy from tho British 

Treasury. 

It proposes to eneour-igc settlement, to 
develop the mineral wealth of the Lake 
Superior and Saskatchewan regions, and 
to foster ivery clement of enterprise and 
growth, and wc know from other sources 
than the debates in the liritish rarllament 
that the scheme of an nder-occanie rail- 
wav is kept prominently in view, and that 
thJ Si. Paul and Pacific Railway is re- 
garded as the commencement of the enter- 
prise. 

Whether the reorganization oi the 
Compaiu- extends to its political stnic- 
tnre, we do not know. Sir Edmund 
•**-iiof»4, formerly Governor-General of 
Canada, is to be its (Iovernor, and pro- 
bably a colonial government may be the 
upshot of the matter. 




.-w l.\ 



HIIOT ^TEAn CliCAR 
%% ATEK. 

Mr. Kinney, while traveling in a cart 
with his wife" and children a day or two 
since, was suddenly attacked by two In- 
dians near Clearwater. They liied upon 
him, one shot taking eilect, the ball en- 
tering his wrist ami loming out at the 
cdliow. 

Some men were mowing in a neighbor- 
ing meadow and saw the Indians, but 
being nn.armcd were afraid to go to Mr. 
Kinney H rescue, and accordingly con- 
cealed themselves. 

Mr. Kinney and his family made their 
escape ami reached Clearwater without 
larire number of the 



nn ur the 

i,'iound that that instiumcnt was a fraud t^n 
nie iicople. His speech carried (ireat weifiht 
with it. He ollercd a Kuhstituto for the bill, 
which pas.scd the House, hut was defeated in 
the Senate. It provided for the suhmission of 
the I.ecomptou instntmcnt to the vote of the 
people of Kausius, and if a majority approved 
it, it was to hecumc their Constitution; other- 
wi.-e to form a new Constitution. 

His aS'.', ability, elo(|neuce and niodcratinn, 
and his position as representative of a Slave 
State, gave him great inlluence iu the Senate, 
of which he was often called the patriarch; 
ami these o.unlitications titled him especially 
to he the mediator hetwecn the coutcn<liug 
jtirtiis at the outbreak of the secession, apainpt 
wliiih he strove with all his might. He 
cndeavoreil to iilacate the Slave States hy 
enormous and, to any one hnt a pro-slavery 
politician, dis;;racefiil c<incessions, which were 
enil)odiod in the mea.sure known as the Crit- 
tenden Compromise ; thou','h even this w hieli 
opened the whole territory ineludinjr all future 
ac piisitions south of 30® 30' to iicqietiiatc 
slavery, was re.iectcd by nearly the whole 
Southern vote. 

Mr. Crittenden, however, was one of that 
race of Southern statesmen whose love for 
slavery was snhord'.iute to his love for the 
Inion, and since the cair-^eless outbreak of the 
war lie has .supported the Government with all 
his inlinenoc, and has eanicd the eternal gi-a- 
titn<le of the nation liv his sneeessfnl efforts to 
keep Kentucky true to her allegiance. 

l»ilO-?10Ti«XI* iS THE Tumi* 
A.'VM rot MTH UK«.il.-nE.^TM. 

The following promotions have been 
made iu the Tiiird Regiment : 

l.ieut. Col. C. C. Andrews, Colonel, 
vice Griggs, resigned. 

Major 11. Mattson, Lieut. Col., vice 
Andrews, promoted. 

Capt. Everett W. Foster, Major, vice 
Mattson, jiromoted. 

Lieut, dohn. C. Devcreux, Captain, 
vice Foster, promoted. 

In the Fourth Regiment, the following 
are the promotions : 

Ass't Surgeon E. M. Cross, Surgeon, 
vice Murphy, resigned. • 

Lieut. Edward W. Russell, Capt., vice 
Young, resigned. 

Lieut. Geo. A. Clark, Capt., vice 
Patch, resigned. 

{Second Lieut. David L. Wellman, First 
Lieut., vice Clark, promoted. 

Ser<''t John L. Sampson, Second Lieut, 
vice Wellman, i>roinoted. 



tllUino; \^. linimiii'ii", V v.. -., — T- 

Geo. Magee, Co. G, V. s NV, breast ; I). Huston, 
Co. a, a S \V, brea.'.t and hand ; (.. L. i>«iu>res, 
Co. C, a S \V, arm; Tat. Lverson, Co. 15, u s 
W, neck, hmlly. 

The following four are at the South-st. 

Hospital : 

K. G. Hlnnchard, C... B; H. Martui, Co. B; 
F. W. Kaymond, Co. H; C. S. Drake, Co. A. 
Information of the above named will 
be cheerfully given by addressing Robeit 
K. Corson,'Military State Agent at Phil- 
adelphia 



♦ « » ■ ♦ 

Official Report of Col. Thomas 

UE l-nAVEI.En OVElt TWO 
Mt; .null KM .llEtE*. 

A TIIOROUGIl'sE.VRCII FAILS TO 
FIND INDIANS. 



We published yesterday a brief extract 
from a letter from Col. Thomas, announc- 
ing the result of his recent scouting tour. 
Below will be found that portion of his 
olhcial report which relates to the scout : 
St. Ci.oin. July 26tli, lS<i:',. 
The force rendezvoused at Paynesville on the 
17th mst. Starting on the moi-ningc.f the IWh 
we marched .south by way of Lakes Calhoun, 
(Jreen, i:a;-'le an.l Diamond to Manannah. 
There' procuring guides we piweede.l via 
Acton and the new Post .at Long Lakt— fre- 
quently dividing the force into small parties 
f<>r the purpose of reeomioitering the wh.>le 
country --to the south end of Lake Kli/.abcth, 
at which point Caiit. Cady was killed; from 
thence around iJike Lillian, latwecn it and 
Dog IJikc. tothe Island supposed to he the 
general rendezvous at Kandiyohi Lake. 
" The only sign discovered of a iTcent date, 
wa.s where Capt. Cady was killed,w hieh showed 
the signs of only two Indians at that time. 
On the Island were t\\i signs of two or three 
Indians, made alxmt the llrst of June, proba- 
bly the same Indians. From thence wc pro- 
cpcdeil west, around the Little Kandiyohi 
I/ikes, to Gene.see, aad near Foster's Lake, to 
Manannah, where wc were eompelleil to come 
for torage ; thence to the south of Green I^ike 
to Columbia; thence west to Ne.st Like and 
Norway I^ike, and North to raynesvillc. 

The force nM)ved over two huiukwl miles, 
keeping out si-outing parties wherever it was 
psssiblc for an Indian to hide. During the 
seven il lys march the whole force l)ehaved 
most adiiiirably, every man being determined 
to hnd the enemy if there was one to Ik- found ; 
but I am satislied no Iiuliaus have camped 
outside the Dig \V(km1s. or passed through the 
county west <»f Manannah and north of the 
Big Kainliyohi, for a Ion,' time. 

Nohigus of hostile Indians have U'cn seen 
hi this Mib-dL-'trict for two weeks. 

Cattle and hogs are to U* found in all the 
settlements. Tiiey are very wild and in fine 
eondition. In the Uialter settlement we.-.t of 
Norwav Uke there is one thousanil or fifteen 
hundred bushels of wheat In shock, still in 
go.Ml e<nnlitiou. Much gi'ain i» still grow ing 
in the fields, the re-pro.|nctioii of Inst year'.s 
iinharvested crop 



OiKTci.io AM» M^^: 

I have this day assiimcd command ()f the 
3rd Regiment Minnesoti Volunteers. 

The otttecr whom I surcecd brought to the 
discharge of his <h ties, industry and zeal sel- 
d.mi equalled hy any ot^^er, and which were 
worthy the emulation of all. AVe part with 
him with regret. 

I acknowledge with pride and delight the 
eapacitr, intelligen.e and dauntless spirit of 
this regiment. I can never ask nor expect to 
find nobler-hearted comrades. 

Wo are by in^ means perfect as soldiers. 
Perhaps we" may not expect to be perfect. 
Yet the exigencies of the the country justly 
demand that we wa.sto no opportunities in 
growing more and more efficient. We must 
take no steps backward. 

Wo are hound by solemn oath to live np to 
these cardinal rules of discipline prescril)ed iu 
the regulations for the government of the 

army : 

1. To obev strictly and to execute with ahie- 
ritv and good faith," lawful orders. 2. To ex- 
creisc authority with lirmncss but with kind- 
iie!i.s and justice. 

Almost every one can 1)ezcalou.sand cnthu- 
sia.stic in the moment of battle. But it is a 
r.uer merit to discharge the dull routine of ev- 
ery dav's duty with enthusiasm. He who per- 
forms obscure and ordinary duties with con- 
scientious fidelity may lie relie<l upon under 
nil circumstances. 

I must earnestly entreat you to take every 
precaution to preserve the vig. -r of your health. 
In this unhealthy climate nothing hnt careful 
and abstemious diet can save us from sick- 
ness. We roh our country if we are heedless 
of our health. All our energies now belong 
to our country. Wc arc liable at any time to 
be ordered into action. Our wakeful thoughts, 
our iien*s cool and steady, our muscles 
strong and sound, our hearts manly and 
.)Ourageons, arc due to the country any mo- 
ment we are ( ailed. 

The life of a soldier in time of war is n life 
of toil, f>f endurnnec. of hardship, of sclf- 
saeriR«e. It is the f.iithfHil record of such a 
life which gains victories, which e.ims public 
gratitude and gives renown to our annal". 

Officers and men : Our success depends on 
ourselves. Golden opportunities always come 
sooner or later. To the shiftless they are 
nothing— worse than nothing; to the constant 
everything. Let us be in readiness. Mindful 
of our State, mindful of the great cause for 
which we struggle, mindfal of the historic 
era in which we act a part, let us endeavor to 
achieve all that men can do. 

C. C. ANDREWS, 
Lt. Col. Com'd'g 3d Minn. Vols. 
■ » t » * ♦ 



/^OOK WANTED. 

A Woman to do the plain cooking in allotel. 
Inquire at this office. iyJ.»-lw^ 



MORGAN IN PRISON AT flN- 
CINNATI. 

Steamer Flora Sunk Twelve 
Miles above Winona. 

MORNING REPORT. 



FOR ARMY SUPPLIES. 



OKHCK COMMISSAUV OK SUK';13TF.N«F., J 

Li'i'KK Lkvei., Saint rAiL,>Ti>., / 

July-Tth, 180:J. 



^ 



Healed I*roposals 

Will be received at this office until 1-' o'clock M., 
AUGUST 5/7t, 186.1, 

For furnishing tho following subsistence stones 
for the use of the United States Army. 

FOR DELIVERY SEPTEMBER 1st, 1863. 

ft.OOO Pounds City Cured Hams, canvassed, 
ill barrels (full head lined.) 

eO,000 founds good, clean dry brown Sugar, 
in barrels (full head lined.) 

S*0 Bushels fine dry Salt, .W pounds to the 
bushel, in double sacks, the outside 
sack to be gunny and to be re-sewed. 

I.IOO Gallons of Molasses, in half barrels. 

»,000 rounds good Dried Anples, put up in 
tight barrels (full head lined.) 

•.e,000 Pounds good Green Tea in half chests. 

l.OOO Gallons be.^t quality Cucumber 
Pickles— to be deliveied October 1st, 'O.J. 



Enjpag-emt'Bt at Front Hlo.ral.— Kwell 
Cat off from I^e.-Hi« Captare or 
»l»p*r»loncert«la.-Bntfrw RebcU 
Ht IViachenter. 

New YonK, July 28. 
A dispatch from Harpers Ferrj- to the 
Philadelphia Enquirer says the results of 
the cnj^agcment of Thursday last at Front 
Koval as leported here arc highly en- 
couraging. The intention was to cut 
Lee's arm V in two, and it succeeded to 
the extenti- that Ewcll's corps it is re- 
ported, is entirely cut off from communi- 
cation with Lee, and its capture or dis- 
persion almost certain. 
,.^The Railroad between this point and 
Martinsburg is uninjured except a small 
bridge over the Occoquan Creek, which 
was destrovcd bv the Rebels. West of 
Martinsburgh the road is reported to be 
badlv injured, the rails torn up for a con- 
siderable distance, bridges burned, &c. 
The rebels having evacuated Alartu»»- 
burg, the road wUl soon be in running 
order to that point. 

It is reported that Winchester is now 
occupied bv only a small force of White's 
rebel cavalry. The town will doubtless 
, „ ^ be in our pos'session again in a few days. 

It was reported here to-day that some (-jtizens have come in from the vicinity 
forty ol MosliyVs guerrillas were captured ^^ ^jartinsburgh who report no armed 
last night, but on imiuiry '.he Ktory proves ^.^^^.j^ j„ ^^^ vicinitv. with the exception 
to be unfounded. One scouting party \ ^ ^^^ st»^gling'bush whackers. 



mo.!! >VA«iHI-irOTOSi. 



»i(iuu(l of CJuerrllla* CJapture^— *a««r- 
nal Bev^Mue ©eclslon— ©en. :»Iere- 
«litlt Mollevc!* Col. l,»idlow— Train 
rir«>«1 on "Xvvkr :Wai»a»9a«. 

WvsHiNr.TON, July 27. 



C.M'T. JAMK.S STi^minfs, of Huflalo* 
Wright Couuty has been appointed Ca}! 



c;;"". It CW-lr^nd sraoua "ha,. I tain of .!« Co^-pany of .S.out, ..lU-d out 
gone in pursuit of the Indians. > 



h)v the State. 



—The New York World says : 
l}ut look at Ohio. Morjtan rotle ripht 
through Mr. Vallandijrhanrs late district, 
where the heavy Denineratie vote of the State 
1(4 located, and iiiHteml of heing aided has 
li«en utterly destroyed. 



COUWTIT. 

Correspondence St. Paul Press. 

Main Pkaiiiie, Stearns Co., July 27. 

This morning at ?> o'clock Mr. Henry 
Bloch of this place, and next neighbor to 
where 1 am stopping, was aroused by his 
dogs, and on going out of doors, discov- 
ered two Indians in the act of stealing his 
span of horse.i. He fired his gun at them 
and in return they discharged their rifle 
at him without effect. 

A small company of scouts from St. 
Anthony, with several citizens and cav- 
alry from Kingston are after the fellows 
with a prospect of success. The people 
living here are determined to maintain 
their grotmd and are ready for any emer- 
gency. *• ^^•^''•■- 

»«»«■♦ 

An Arkansas corrospondont says : 

V week affo the troop.s guarding a trahi from 
Fort Scott had a fight with Oen. Coojicr and 
Col Stand Waitc. The rcbs numlwivd one 
thousaml men-two haiidred Texaiis and 
ei>;ht hundred Indians. As far as I can learn, 
the tiKhting was l)ctween Capt. Stewart ij coni- 
panv- of the Ninth Kansas, the CoJorad«» 
Thiffl and Third Wisconsin, on our side, and 
the Tcxaus ou the other. Stewart's company 



Small samples to aecomj)any proposals. The 
boxes containing the ■•^am." to b^- can-fully labelled 
ou the side. 

The stores to be inspected by such inspectors 
as may be api>ointed by the under.-<igned. 

BiiMers may propose for tlip whole or a part of 
any ariicle. 

No bid will be rpcelv<>d unless from parties 
known to the underslgnrd, without a guiuantee 
iVom two u'spou:iible parlies f...r the frti;hl"ul ful- 
fillment of the contract, if awarded. 

The cost of I ackages to be included in the price 
of tlie articl«, and each paclcage to be marked witb 
the contents ard the name of the pcison furnish- 
ing the articl**, and the date of contract. 

Proposals for different articles must be on Kcp- 
arate sheets of paper. 

Each bid must have a printed copy of this ad- 
vertisement pasted at its head, and must be siie 
cilic in complying precisely with all the terms. 

All to b»» delivered free of drayage at iho Com- 
mls.sary Store House, on the Lpj>t;r Levee, or at 
such pUce in the city of Sauit Paul, as may b.- 
rojuired by the undersigned. 

The undersigned roserves the right to reject 
any or all bids. 

Proposals to be endorsed " Proposals for Sub- 
sistence Stores." 

Payment to he made in such funds as may be 
furnished by the United States. 

Stores to Ix" weighed by tlie city weiglier, or by 
the undersigned, if re<iulrpd, 

A copy of the recent laws with reference to 
contracts and contractors may 1)0 found at this 
office, and will Ik> furnished contractors for their 
information and guidance. 

Pro|>o8aU from contractors who have previous- 
ly failed to comply with their bids; from disbyal 
persons; those interested in more than ou« bid, 
or tcherc the hicMrr is not prMent to re»poml l<> 
hi.1 '/id, will not b«.' considered. 
A bond with good security will be retiuired. 
FOKM OF GLAItANTEE, 

Wo,- . of the County of , and State 

, do hereby puarrantee that , i.-* able 



captured six, and another a single gucr 
rilla, which appears to be all that has 
been done in tliat line for the past lorty- 
eight hours. 

The Times' special says, the Commis- 
sioner of Internal Revenue has decided 
that a certificate of exemption for those 
who have been drafted, and have procured 
a sub>titute under the Conscription Act, 
being expressly required by law to be is- 
sued by a Board of Enrollment, is ex- 
empt from stamp duty. 

Any which may be issued by a magis- 
trate 'in connection with proceedings un- 
der the conscription act is subject to 
stamp duty of five cents. 

Surgeon General Hammond is making 
arrangements to secure the aid of a corps 
of volunteer surgeons to meet the exigen- 
cies of the battle fieM. 

Gen. Sol A. Meredith has been ordered 
to Fortress Monroe, to relieve Lieut, 
Col. Ludlow, present agent for the ex- 
change of prisoners. Col Ludlow has 
been ordered to report to Adjutant Gen- 
eral Thomas. 

The Herald^'i Washington special says, 
yesterday's train from Warrenton to Al- 
exandria, conveying about .WO troops. 
was fired into by guerrillas when within 
two miles of Manassas, but no damage 
was done. 

The troons scoured the woods m the 
vicinitv, but were unable to find the as- 
sailants. Proceeding a short distance 
further, the train was again tired into 
without injury, and the soldiers were 
again unable 'to corner the perpetrators, 
and the train proceedel without further 
interferen ce. 



fro:*! i£E9rTi:c 

An Eng-arrnicnt wltli »el»eU at Rich- 
mond-Our Force. Fall »«ck-»ar- 
tial I.a*» l»rocla«med-I»«l»el« «♦• 
ml«B from texinyton— excitement 
Sabstdlnff-Cena. Carter and CJIIbert 
In Kearof Kebel*. 

Cincinnati, July 28. 
\ special to the Commercial, f-ora ]jex- 
ington, Kv., savs the rehels this morning 
attacked our forces at Richmond, consist- 
•w<r of a small detachment under Colonel 
Senders. Alter an hour's severe fighting, 
our troops were compelled to fall back 
to the Kentucky river, badly cut up. 

The rebel force is estimated at J,^w 
and s.x guns. They arc supposed to be 
the advance of Bragg"s army. 

\t latest advices our troops bad tallen 
back within five miles of Uxington, the 
enemv closely following. , . , , 

Ma'rtial law has been proclaimed, and 
all citizens between 18 and 4o are umler 
or ers to report for duty. It is thought 
the city can be held against the rebel . 

° Rebel citizens report a rebel force of 
over l.'),00<). moving in a northerly direc- 
tion, on Cr.ab C)rch.^rd. 

The Oazette's Lexington dispath s.ivs 
the excitement has subsided. The rebels 
eame to the Kentucky river, at Clay s 

ferrv. . , 

Sanders* command consists ol troops 

from Hickmans bridge, in the vicinity of 

Lexington. _.„ . ^. ^ 

Gens. Carter and Gilbert are in the 

rear of the rebels. 



FROm TIIE AR»Y OF THE PO- 
XO:iIAC. 



Poaltion of the Rel»el Arm.T-lIill 
and J.onffMre«'t at CHlpepper-Eweli 
In the Jihenwudoah Valle.> . 

Nkw YonK, July 2S. 



of 



to fiiltil the contract in accordanwi with the term.- 
of his proposition and that should his proposition 
b<' accepted, he will at once enter into a contract 
in accordance theivwith. Should the contract be 



The Tlmrs has the following, d.-ited at 
the headquarters of the army of the 1 o- 
tomac, .Tilly 2.'>, <5 v. M. : 

On Fridav morning at <> o elock. tne 
advance of Hill and Longstreet's corps 
were at Culpepper. Their columns were 
well closed up, and their entire cor[)s 
must be concentrated there l>efore this 

time. 
Of this retrograde movement there can 

be no (piestion. 

Ewell's corps, it is understood here, 
still occupies the Shenandoah valley, 
where it is guarding for?fs on the Shenan- 
doah, and in the rear of the confederate 

army. , • ..i 

This fact is suj»poscd to explain the 
recent alarm about alleged movcjnents, 
indicating that Lee was not retreating, 
and was i>reparing to return to Mary- 
land. 

AFTERNOON REPORT. 

FROM I<EE't» ARUY. 



The Draft In Jfew IToi*. 

New Yokk, July 2S. 
The Post savs it is stated upon good 
authoritv, that the draft will not recom- 
mence tiiis wei'k, but the probability is 
that it will be deferred only a short time. 
Thai it will be prevented by the action of 
the State authorities, which some of the 
sympathizers with the rioters hope, is al- 
together unlikely. 

domination for t'onif re»«. 

CixciNN.vTi, July 28. 
Brutus J. Clav, of Bourbon county, 
was nominated on the fifth ballot to-.lay 
for Congress in the Second Kentucky 
District, left vacant by the death of Mr. 
Crittenden. ^ 



awardc4l him, wo artf prei«red to becoinu his I i^ong-atreot and IU" pa** thron^h 

< heater Ciap.-Muford-- C avalry op. 
pose them.-E«clencj of oar Caval 



K by •'• Town criers," attend on p«rtie., clean 
;;r,t;rthe'fe"xan; in a fair charge, losing one ] rooms and offices. ^^ jobs o whif 

I killed and fifteen wovnded. * washing In differ, nt color j 



securities. 
This guarantee must be appended to each bid. 
Those not corresponding with tho alwve con- 
ditions will be rejected. 

M. P. SMALI-,. 
Captain and Com. of Subsistence. 
jy2K-td 

"OILLL POSTING, &r. 

iMKXWvi I k r.IlIKKlN, opposite, IJrown's 
nioctwi^'stm", will post '^Cills, announc., 
m-^tii'igs auctions. and all ".atters usuallv at Uml- 



r.T.-Uenpondency In the Heuth. 

^V^slltNOTON, July 28. 

Information received here to-day shows 
the rebel army under Longstrcet, Hill, 
and Kwell passed through Chester Gap 
Thursday and Friday, and arc now at 
an<l south of Culpei)pcr. Buford's cav- 
alry opposed them obstinately, hung on 
their rear capturing prisoners and cattl.e 

Itisgenerallv tTiought that Lee was 
usin'T all possible speed to reach Kich- 



Indacementa for Re- Enlistment. 

We desire to re-publish prominently 
the fact that the Government has decid- 
ed, in (;eneral Order No. 216, that al 
able-bodied men between eighteen and 
fortv-five vears of age. who have hereto- 
fore been cnUsted.and have served for not 
less than nine months, who have been hon- 
orably discharged and can pass the exami- 
nation rctpiired bv the mustering regula- 
tions of the United States, may be enlist- 
ed in any regiment they choose, now or 
old, and when mustered into the l^n>*e*J 
SUlcs service will be entitled to the .«+0- 
provided for recruiting veteran volun- 
teers This $ 102 comprises $3CX) exemp- 
tion fund, $10<> bounty, and $2 hand 
money. A regiment, bat ta ion. or com- 
pany of these recruits will bear the title 
of Veteran, provided half of their num- 
ber are veteran volunteers. The same 
benefit will be given to men who enli8te<. 
prior to Order No. 191. P«>vided the 
conditions therein set forth are fulfilled. 

_ »■»■■♦ 

— (ien (irant's headtinarters are now 
in Vieksburg, where they will probably 
remain some time. 




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OTE PAINT PAUL PBESS WEBTs^ESDAT, JTn.T 29, IBBS, 



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iru? .^aint p?»ttl iW5. 



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i^iiv;.> ;.Aii.v. iia-\si.KKi.v ani» wki kia. 



HUDEOT. iiAY 



COMPANY. 



B ts i»«MT %:\'ir tow 



Tti* 



«>f 111*" < orporwtiuii 



DKr-vrr. in I'H- hoisk or Loiins. 

TIa' last iV'.v wi'i'ks. so eventful oti the 
l.iittU'-fu'ltls lit tlii' Suuthwfst. h;ive l.eeii 
BO U-.<s Iruitfiil of events bearinj; upon 
tlie tlestiiiy of No»tliwist Ameriea. We 
propose on tliis oeeasiou to furnisli the 
reconl. entiiely honi Knj^lish and Cana- 
ilian sonn-es. oi the revolution just an- 
nouneea in the organization ol the Hu.l- 
son Bay Company. 

TUK I'lKCIIASK oy THK t'llAKTKU .\XU 

rossi:ssi«»Ns ov thk iiri>suN uxx 

lOMl'ANV. 

From til.- l-omlon Tii» ';<.•''•'>■ ;M. 

riie i>lan lor the re-or<;anization of the 
Hii.lsons r.civ Company— one of the most 
iinnortant proposals, Loth in a Jmancial 
;im'i nation..! sense, ever introilueed on 
the Lonilon market, 1ms been puhlished 
this afienioon. The eapital stoi k o» the 
companv. which has h tlierto been £")<>0,- 
i)U.», anil whieh has now been l)ou<:lit up 
froui the oh! proi)riefors for fl,/.»H».(HHt. 
will lune-loitti he f-J,Ot>o.O(K). and sub- 
seriptions lor this are now invited by the 
liitirnational I'inaneial Soeiety. who. lor 
a eertaineonunission, hav« undertaken all 
the arran-renunts eonneeted with the 
ehanco ol piepriitary. The stoek wdl 
be in'^the form ol eertifieates of £i1» eaeh, 
anil the wholo anumnt may he paid 
m iijstalnients e\ti-!idi:iij to the 1st of 
Januarv. or in full, with the advantage ol 
discount at t!ie rate of I percent, per an- 
num. Sirlvhnunil llea<l, formerly Ciover- 
nor-Cn-neral of Canada, is to bo the (gover- 
nor, and Mr. C. M. Lamj>son, the most 
exj>erieni-ed merchant m London connect- 
ed with the fur trade. Deputy Clovernor; 
with six din-ctors of hijih eonunercial re- 
putation — viz : Messrs. Kden Colville, (i. 
J.yall, M. P., 1). Meinertzhagen (ol lluth 
■ Co.). .1. S. Ilo;;sdon, (of linlay, 
S: Co.),.l. II. W.Schroder, 
'otter. 'I'ht' properly v-'hit li 
will iieluug to the company in its new 
lorm, will consist of all the material as- 
sets, sjuch as stores, .ships, \-c., hitherto 
employed in the trading operations ol 
the Ilu.lson's T.ay Company, and valued 
at £l,<»2;>,.";t'i>, a cash balance of £:)70,- 
000, and the entire lamled territory grant- 
ed to the Company nsider t'n' ch.irtcr 
nearly two centuries ago, extending over 
an area nearly hall as large as Europe, 
and in the 'southern jjortlon of wliich, 
eonneetlng Upper Car.aila with British 
Columbia, there is a fertile and temper- 
ate tract t'uv stttlemeut, said to compiise 
more than twice the a.'ca of France. Up 
to this time the poll'. y of the Hudson's 
B i\ Company has been one of rigid ex- 
elision— settlers have been kept oil" Irom 
;he territory, and the solo objeet has been 
to preserve the country as a chase lor the 
Imli.-\u», tho biirtcr with whom has ena- 
bled a .-tt ady aggregate inconje to be re- 
uliziil, the contimiance of which will be 
realized, the continuance of wliich will be 
tiiliicie-.U, apart Irom any I'cw sources of 
ineoiiie, to vield I i>er eent. on the new 
capital of ilJ.f '• K>.<1( '0. The fresh opera- 
tions contiinplated by the eompany an; 
the erection of a telegrajih line conncct- 
ini: Canada with British Coluin'ola, which 
wiTl pass throi'.-h •_',.''><) nnles of their ter 
rirory, ami for which the 
(Joverninenis iiave offered 
subsidy; the setth-ment of 
try along that route 
the rapidly rising State and 
of IMinnesota. .\ebi:i-ka and 



vV 

Hodgson 

and 111. hard Totter. 



Brovincial 
an annual 
the coun- 
skirtiiig 
Territories 
Washing- 
ton ; the leasing or development o( tlie 
niiiuial depusits believd to be found at 
manv jtuihts, and espeeially tiear the head 
of Lake. Superior, an.l also on the eust- 
ern slopes of the Koeky Mountains ; and 
tlm encouragement by every possible fa- 
eili.'v of all the undertakings that are et r- 
tain naturally to suggest ihemselvi-s on 
the ojiening up of a /''i Id of this kind for 
the lir.^ttlme in agricultural .and conimer- 
'! enterprise. When it is reco;:nizt'd 
in the State of Minnesota, which ad 



ell! 

tha' 

joins the lands ol the company, and 
which .six years .ago was .a wilderness, 
there are now suitl to b»' more than 
200,01)0 inhabitants, anu that the tele- 
graphic line to San Francisco through 
the United States is aih'ged to have paid 
the cost of its construction in a single 
yeav. it is diflienlt not to enteitain a san- 
gUMie view of the value which this prop- 
erty may attain. It remains to be addt'd 
that besides the assets and lands already 
described, there are some valuable es- 
tates in VaiicuiiverV. Island, a large tract 
of land in .Minnesota, ami a claim under 
the Oregon treaty on the United States 
CJovernment. variously estimated at from 
£100,(<M) to £;>00,000. all of which be- 
long to the eomi)any. Mr. Watkin, the 
chairman of the Grand Trunk of Canada 
railway, is now in Canada and about to 
\isittiu! Bed River dislricf. He is em- 
powered to call councils of the factors in 
the employment of the Hudson's Bav 
Company — an upri^^ht, iiardy, and intelli- 
gent body of men — and will forthwith 
eoneert measures to inereasi; the efli(rien- 
cy and i)rolits of the existing trade, an<l 
to provide, without iinerl'-ring with that 
tra<le, for the development ol telegraphic 
and other communication in tha more 
available portions of the property. 

TIIK IXTKODLCTION Of THK SCIIKMK TO 
rilK l.OM'OX MOXKY MAHKKT. 

This can be most fully shown by 
transferring from the advertising columns 
of the London Times, the following cir- 
cular : 

T 1 1 !•: I XTI.IIN .VTIONAI, FI .V A\t' I.\I< 
SOriVTY (t.imited) lire ))rciiaro(l to receive 
finliseriiitieiis for the IS.SfK iit par of CAl'I- 
TAl-STOLK in liie IIi:i).^()N\s I'.AY COM- 
TANV, incorporated by Koyal Charter, l(!7<). 
The >toik will l»c issnecl in certifuates of 
£20 oadi, and the instalments will l»c piiyabic 
' as ff)!lows : — 

£1 iK'in;; H per cent.<jn npplicntion. [To l»c 
rotnrne<l in the event of no allotment U'iii^ 
made] 

t] l)elng 20 iwr cent, on nllotincnt. 

on 1st Scpt'r, ]m:\. 
on 2(1 Novcnilier,lS<j.'{. 
on 1st .January, 180^1. 



' ^oumvimilc-. or tipwarits Ht •«*HJ,tHH),(HKHMTes 
I ;;. A cash Iwlance of tarii.OtH), j 

i I lu- i»rcM'nt net income, availaldc for divi- • 
lU-ml anions' stockhoUleis of the ronipaiiy, 
^ecm•cs a mininuim interest exce»MUiij; 4 |ter 
' cent, on th»' al>o\c i;2,0(>(),(K)0 sH>ck. i 

> The Dircettasof the Hudson's Hay ("onipHMV 

are as under: — ,^ „ , 

1 The Iti^'ht Hon. Sir KDMlND nKAl>. Hart. 
K. (". r.. (late (iovornor-Cieneral ol t aiirtua,) 
fJovonior. ,, ,, ^_ ., 

CVUTIS MIRANDA LAMl'-'^OX, Kmj. (C. M. 

Lamnson and Co.), Depiit* (Hivernor. 
iMlcn Colville, Ks»i., Hiidsons lJrty-liou.se, 

VVnchinch-slrcet. 
(icor.c l.yall, 1:m\., M. P.. Heullcy-park. 

Suirev. ., ., . • ^ \ 

Daniel .MeinertzhaK'on. Ksq., (I. Hutli Si Co.) 
Jaine^ .Stewart Hoil^'son, K.s.i., (!• inlay. Uotlf,'- 

son X Co.) /r II 

.John Henry William Schroder, hsq., (,J. »• 

.Sohnxler Jt Co.) 
Kichard l'«)tter. Ksq., Standish-houHe, Glou- 
ccstcr.>hiie. 

The Hud.s<»ii IJiiv Companv was nu'on>oratea 
under a Koval Charter granted I»y K«n« 
Charles II. in l(i70, bvthe name of" II'PJ*"^- ' 
crnorand Companv of Adventurers of l-.n>:- 
hnul trading into Hud.son's Hay," and, l>y the 
Charter, a >ast tract uf territory was vestoil in 
the Companv, tosjether wltli the sole riKht ot 
iratlc and conmicice. ami all " mines royal, 
as well then iliscovcred as not discovered, 
within the said territory. 

I'hc operations of the Company, which, with 
sli^'ht exceptions, have Jk'cii hitherto cxrlu- 
sj\x>lv of a iradinj: «liaracter, have t>eon pros- 
ecuted from tho date of tho Charter t«nhe 
present day. 

It has Iwcimie evident that the time has ar- 
rived when these oi>erutions must lie oxteud- 
L'.l and the immense resources of the Compa- 
ny's teiTitorv, Iviii^' as it does lK.'tweenVanada 
!Mul Hritish Coliiml>ia, should Ik? developed in 
accordance witli the industrial spirit ol the 
aicc. and the rapid advancement which colom- 
/iition has made in the countries adjacent to 
tin Hudson Hav territ«)ries. 

The iivcra^e net annual profits of the Com- 
panv (atter setting aside 40 per cent, of them 
as reiniincration to the factors and servants at 
the Companv's posts and stations) for the 10 
vcars ending' the :tlst of May, 1HG2, ainonnt 
io tSl.tXK), or upwards of 4 percent, on the 
l>rescnt nominal cai)ital «>f £2,000,000. A l>or- 
tion only of this income has In-en distributed as 
.In idenil, while the remainder is irprescntcd 
ill the assets and balances. The assets of the 
Companv. in which tho subscribers Mdl Ik- 
entitled to an interest eorresiionding to the 
amount of their .sul)scription, will (UJii.sist of 
.'oods in the interior, on shipboani, and other 
stock in tnule, ineludinj,' shipping', business 
premises, and other l)Uildin>;s neces.sary tor 
carrvimr on the tur trade, in addition u> which 
there will l>e funds imnicdiatoly availaJde tor 
the proi>osctl extended operations of the Com- 
pan\ , derived jinrtlv from the cash balance ot 
the" Hudson's Hav Comimny, and partly trom 
tlic new issue of stoek. ami ainoiintin^' iu the 
w hole to a snin not less than £;{7tl,000. 

The Companv's territory embraces an esti- 
mated area of more than 1,400,0(K) snuaru 
miles, or S9Ci,(HK),(KK) of acres, of w hicli a larBc 
area «>ii the southern frontier is well adapted 
tor Knropean colonization. The soil ot this 
portion of the territorv is fertile, producing an 
aliiindance of wiieat ami other cereal crops, 
and is capalile of siistainini: a numerous popu- 
la'ion. It contains 1,400 miles of navi^'able 
lakes and rivers, runnint? for the f,Teater part 
east and west, which constitutes an important 
feature in plans for establishing the means of 
communication J>etween the Atlantic and Pa- 
citic ocean, across the continent of Hritish 
North .\inerica, as well as for muncdiatc set- 
tlement in the inter^•eninR country. The ter- 
ritory is moreover, rich in mineral wealth, in- 
clndini: coal, lead, imd iron. 

In addition to its chartered temtory the 
Ccmipanv i)os.-«esses the followinj; valuable 
landed propertv; several plots of land lu 
Hritish Columbia, occupying most favorable 
sites at the mouths of rivers, the titles to 
which have lieen eontirmcd by Her Majesty's 
Government; farms, building sites in Van- 
couver's Island; and in Canada 10 .sqiian- 
miles at Lachene, on Jjike Huron, and tracts 
of land at 14 other places. 

The trading operati<jns of the Company are 
chietlv carried (m iu the fur-l)caring and 
iKdilKin jiortion of the territory, where the 
elinuue is too severe for Kuroj)ean coloniza- 
tion. These trading operations will l>e active- 
ly continued, and as far as possil)le extended, 
while the management will Ihj judiciously 
ecoin)miscd. 

Con .isiontlv with these objects, the outlying 
estates and valurtl>lc farms will lie realized 
where the land is not ro(piircd for the use «>f 
the Companv; the .scnitliern district will l;e 
opened to Knropean colonization, under a 11I»- 
eral and systematie scheme of land settle- 
ment. Possessing a statf of factt»rs and otti- 
eers, who are distributed in .small centres of 
civilization over the territory, the Company 
can, without creating new and costly estab- 
lishments, inaugurate the new jH)Iicy of col- 
tinization, and at the .same time dispose of 
mining grants. 

\\'ith the view oi provitling the means of 
telegraphic and jiostal communieat'on l>etwecn 
Canada and Hritisli Colnnil>ia, across the 
Coinpanv's tcrrittny, and thereby of connect- 
ing the Atlantic and Pacilic Oceans, liy an ex- 
clii«!ivelv Hritish route, negotiations have l»ecn 
pending for some time past lietween certain 
l)art!es and Her Majesty'ii Govennncnt and 
the re]>re .cental ives oi' thctJovernmcnt of Can- 
ada, and preliminary arrangements for the 
accoiuplishment of tliiNC oJyects tiave l»eon 
made thivmgh Her Majesty's (iovcminent 
(suliject to the tinal .sanction of the colonies), 
liasc'il upon a .5 per eent. guarantee from the 
(iovcmments of Canada, Hritish Columbia, 
anil Vancouver's Ishnid. In further aid of 
these Imperial olijects. Her Majesty's Gov- 
ernincnt have signilicd their intention to make 
grants of land to the extent of alnait 1,000,000 
acres, in p<utions of the Crown territor}- trav- 
ersed bv the proposed telegraphic line. 

One of the tirst objects of the Company will 
be to examine the facilities and consider the 
best means for cam-ing out this most impor- 
tant work, and there am be little doubt that 
it will Ik! successfully executed cither l»y the 
Hudson's Ray Company itself, or with their 
aid an<l sanction. 

For this, as well as for the other proposed 
olijects, Mr. Edward Watkin, who is now in 
Canada, will he commissioned, with other 
gentlemen specially qualified for the duty, to 
visit the Red river and southern districts, to 
consult the oftleers of the Company there, 
and t<» report as to the Ijest and safest means 
of giving efl'ect to the contemplated opera- 
tions.. 

Applications for allotments of certificates of 
stock of $!2() each, to be made to the Intcnia- 
tional Financial .S<Kicty, (Limited,) at their 
otli<;es. No. .'54, Old Bmad street, K. C. 

A preferen«re iu allotment will Jk; given to 
parties hitherto holders of stock iu tlic Hud- 
son's Bav Company, and to the shareholders 
in the International Financial .Society, (Lim- 
ited.) 

No ai)plication will be received nt>cr 
Wcdnosduv, 8th Julv, at 12 o'clock. 



dian 



h.id great diitiei tnd great trusH, which 

they have iulfllled in a manner that was 

creditable to the eouiilry whieh they 

Their conduct to the In- 

tribes was taken as a whole, highly 

creditable— [hear, he»r]— and thev had 
exc'uted their powem in a truly British 
spirit, taking care to keep the country 
for England, and jealously watchinc the 
frontier against intruders, and always 
ready when th« interests of this country 
were at stake, to remember that their 
charU'r had been granted by an English 

♦I... ..«st of Hritish North America; and monarch. [Hear, hear.] The territory. 

the east of British Mortt» ^j;;;^^^^ '^^^.j^ ^,,^ .^^^.^..^j ^.^^^y thing belonging to ^ 



i prosperity ol the colony ol British Co- 

j iuinbia was tt want of coininunication 

; with the outer world. Tho eommuniea- 
tion with England by San Francisco ami r^'F^'^'l^^"- 

I Panama was eireiiitous and difli«'ult, but 
eommunieation with Canada atid the east 

! ol North America was absolutidy pre- 
cluded. In the course ol the discussion 
last year lie had said that he had every 
reason to hope that he should be able this 
year to state to the House that arrange 
nients had been made to eomnletc 

tho col 



$t9l €»t&U. 






communication between 

tis 
ho thought ho could now 



tony 



thu 
anti 



lordship; that such arrangements wotild ohi compa.iy had 'X'' •'^frma'iket^'u 
' • - Ho hid desired a gentle- translerred by a sale in tlie market, u 



bo carried out 

man of great experience, knowledge anu 
energy, who was constantly travelling 
between Canada and this country, to 
iiMiuire whether it would be possible to 
eftect a communication across the conti- 
nent. This gentleman, Mr. Watkin, had 
returned with considerable information, 
and he had suggested to him to place 
hiiuaell in communication with nersons in 
the commercial world who miglit be will- 
ing to undertake the carrying out of such 
a communication. He had put himselj 
into communication with Mr. Baring and 
Others, and he believed they had arrived 
at the conclusion that, if arrangements 
eonld be made with the Huilson's Bay 
Companv, the undertaking should have 
their attention. In order that these 
important commnnieations might be made 
certain, guarantees were to be given by 
Canada on the one hand, and British 
Columbia and Vancouver's Island on the 
other. No bill on the subject had as yet 
passed through the Canadian Parliament, 
because the Canadian Legislature had 
been in something like a state of abey- 
ance during the last year, and lately it 
haJ been dissolved: but the guarantee 
had been sanctioned by the Cana«lian 
(Jovernment, and there was very little 
doubt that it would receive the sanction 
of the Legislature. If it did not — which 
he bv no means apprehended — of course 
the whole thing would fall to the ground, 
A similar guarantee would be asked from 
British Columbia and Vancouver's Island, 
anil he had the assurance of the Governor 
that this colony was in a position to give 
such a guarantee. A complete inter- 
colonial railway system had long been 
looked forwarti toby those interested in 
our North American provinces, and he 
hoped none of their lordships would be 
disposed to undervalue its immense im- 
portance. It would be impossible to 
overrate tho importance to this country 
of an inter-o<canic railw.ay between the 
Atlantic and the Pacific. By such a 
communication and the electric telegraph, 
as great a revolution would be eflectod 
in the commerce of the world as had been 
brought about by the discovery of the 
Cape of Good Hope. It was iinneccssarv- 
to point out to their lordships of what 
importance it would be in case of war on 
the other side of the Atlantic. On every 
ground the subject was well worthy of 
That attentive consideration which he was 
sure it would re. eive at the hands of their 
lordships. (Hear, hear.)" 

After mentioning the sale of the Hud- 
son Bay Company, the Colonial Secretary 

added : 

" The new proprietors would, in fact, 
be a continuation of the company, but 
their eflforts would be directed to the pro- 
motion of the settlement of the country, 
the development of the postal and transit 
communication being one of the objects 
to which they wonld api)ly themselves. 
Of course the old Governor and his col- 
leagues, having sold their shares, ceased 
to be the governing body of the Hudson's 
Bay Company, and a new council consist- 
ing of most' responsible persons, had 
been fonned that afternoon. Aniong 
them were two ol the committee of the 
old companv, with one of whom, Mr. 
Colville, he' had much personal commu- 
nication, and could speak in the highest 
terms as a man of business and good 



Hudson's Bay Company. 
Form of Apiilicfltion for Allotment of Stm^k. 

No. 

To the Directors of the International Finan- 
cial Society, (Limited.) 

f Jentlemen — ^I request you to allot nic 

ccrtillcatcs of £20 each of the stock In the 
" ('omimny of Adventurers of Kngland Trad- 
ing into Hudson's Bay," and I herel)/ agree 
to become a Memlier of that Company, sub- 
ject to its rules and regulations, and to accept 
"such stock, or any less amount that may Ikj 
allotted to me. 

I am. Gentlemen, 

Your ol»edient servant, 

♦ Name in full, -^— — — 

Address in full, 

Date, . 

N. B. If the applicant has hitherto lK?cn a 
holder of Hudson » liay Stcx-k, or is a propri- 
ctor.of Nhares in the International Financial 
.Society, (Limited,) the fact should Ik; stated, 
together with a memorandum of tho amount 
of the holding. 



ii 
it 



£20 

V. iili an ojition of prenayment in full on 
alUiluien!, or i.n eitlnrfu the davs fixed for 
puynient of the instalments, under discount, 
at the rati of 1 per cent, per annum. 

TJie capital of the Hudson's Hav Coini)anv 
has been d'.i'y !i\id at t2,()(M),0')0, of which 
ninouiit llie intern;\tiiaial Finamial Society 
(lindted) have obtained, and are prepared to 
offer to the public, £1,!»:{0,()00. 

Tlie suliscriber.-, will lie entitled to an inter- 
est, cin-respondiug to the amount of their snl>- 
KTJplion, in — 

1. The assets (exchtslvc of Nos. 2 and 3) 
of the Hnibon's liay t'oinpany, recently and 
bitcciallv valued I)y competent valuers at 
£1,()2C,')(W. 

2. The landed territory of the Company, 
held under their Charter, and which extends 
over an estimated lurca of more than 1 ,t00,000 



No. 



Hudson's Bay Company. 



Banker's Receipt for Dci)osit on Application 

for Allotment of .Stock. 

Received the day of , lSfi.3, on 

arc ount of the Directors of the International 
liuancial Society, (Limited,) the sum of £ — , 
J>eing the first installment made in accordance 
w ith the terms of the prospectus on an apjdi- 

cation for an allotment ot certificates of 

£20 each in thu alxivc undertaking. 

£ . For Messrs. Gi.v\, Mills &, Co. 



DKllATK IN TIIK HOU.SK OK LOUI>.'<. 

The whole subject of the British Amer- 
ican Colonies, and communications be- 
tween Canada and British Columbia, wa.s 
ventilated on the 28th June. The Duke 
of Newcastle, Colonial Secretary, open- 
ing the debate. Among other things he 
said : 

" The greatest impediment to the future 



sense. There were also seven or eight 
most intluential and responsible people, 
and the name of the Governor— Sir E'l- 
mund Head— who had been elected to- 
day, would be a guarantee of the inten- 
tions of the new company, lor no one 
would believe that he had entered into 
this undertaking for mere speculative pur- 
poses, or that the company would be con- 
ducted solelv with a view to screw the 
last penny out of this territory. While 
the council, as practical men of business, 
would be bound to promote the prosperi- 
ty of their shareholders, he was sure that 
they would be actuated by statesmanlike 
views. No negotiation with the Colonial 
Oflice had taken place, and, as this was a 
mere ordinary traiish r, no leave on their 
part was necessary. But arrangemetits 
must be entered into with the Colonial 
Oflice for the settlement of the country, 
and at some future time it would be no 
doubt his duty to inform their lordships 
what those arrangements were." 

The Earl of Donoughmore followed. 
Speaking ol British Columbia, he went on 
to say : 

♦* As the colony progressed, also, it be- 
came more and more necessary that the 
question of road communication with 
British Columbia across the continent 
should be settled. [Hear, hear.] He 
was given to underst&nd that, in addition 
to the western side of the Uocky Moun- 
tains, gold had been discovered on the 
eastern side of those mountains, on the 
headwaters of the Saskatchewan River. 
He did not know whether the mines there 
were as rich and productive as those in 
British Columbia, but this was another 
reason why it was desirable that some 
communication should be opened up. As 
he supposed that his noble friend on the 
cross benches had parted with his inter- 
est in the Hudson's Bay Company, he 
would probably not object to hear a free 
opinion with regard to it. [A laugh.] 
lie believed tliat the company had been a 
complete bar to the progress of that 
country. The communications between 
the noble duke and Mr. Colville had no 
doubt been of an agreeable character ; 
but certainly all the previous policy of 
the companv had been to discourage set- 
tlement and to prevent free access to the 
territory. He regretted to hear that two 
of the old directors were to be members 
of the new board of directors, because if 
those two gentlemen still maintained the 
opinions which they ibrracrly held, but 
little advantage to the public would result 
from the change." 

Lord Tait.vto.v closed the debate with 
what no one in Minnesota will regard as 
too strong a tribute to the sagacity with 
which the old Hudson Bay Company con- 
ducted their administration of the wilder- 
ness and its Indian residents : 



was true that the shares must have been 
sold before, but the spirit and traditions 
of the company remained the same. Now, 
all that must be clianged. He was ready 
from the general information whieh he 
had received, to concur with the noble 
earl that the person who had undertaken 
to form the new company, were highly 
respectable; and both on private and 
public grounds he could not speak too high- 
ly of Sir E. Head, whose services they had 
secured as the new (iovernor ; but he was 
not a mercantile man, and would not have 
mu<!h influence in the commercial all'aii;s 
of the company. The real eflective di- 
ro.tor8 were either Americans by birth 
or closely conne»rted with the American 
trad»», and he was told that one very 
strong element in the company was the 
a»»ents in this country of the American 
fur trade. He hoped that he was express- 
ing no unreasonable jealousy when he said 
that he looked with alarm at a transfer of 
this description. He should not like to 
see the seat of the fur trade transferred 
from London to New York ; nor should 
he like to see this matter treated on 
purely mercantile principles, without 
reference to any other consideration. 
Formcriy they 'were told that this 
was a close' corporation. He was 
a raid that there was now some danger of 
our falling into the opposite extreme. The 
new companv would be a completely open 
one, its shares would be constantly 
changing, and, as far as political subjects 
were concerned, could have no steady or 
settled policy. The fur trade, he liad no 
doubt would be conducted very much as it 
was by the old company. Some persons 
complained of the existence of a monop- 
olv, and desired to have free trade. It 
was impossible to carry out fi-ee 
trade in a fur di.«.trict. You might 
as well talk of having free trade in 
a d^er forest or a pheasant covert. 
Under such a system the animals would 
speeddy become extinct. What was 
more important was that there should be 
no change in the treatment of the Indians 
which had always presented a pleasant 
contrast to the mode in which they were 
dealt with on the American side of the 
frontier. An American writer, who was 
no friend to the Hudson's Bay Company, 
had admitted that its ofHcors had discov- 
ered the secret of preserving the Indians 
by rendering them useful to the white 
man and the white man to thein, and had 
atl'ordcd an instance, singular in history, 
and as valuable as it was singular, 
of the protection of this unfortunate 
race against the advances of civilization. 
He should like to know more of the views 
of Her blajesty's Government upon this 
(juestion, and in order that they might 
approach its discussion with rather more 
knowledge than they then possessed, he 
suggested that the noble duke should 
postpone the third reading of this Bill for 
a few days, and should in the meantime 
lav upon the table the correspondence of 
wiiich he had spoken. This he would 
sav. that this transfer of the rights and 
property of the Hudson's Bay Compaiiy 
was a matter of too much importance in 
our colonial history to be passed over as 
a merely mercantile transaction, with 
which rarliamcnt had nothing to do." 

The Duke of Newcastle said he should 
be most happy to lay on tlie table any pa- 
pers which could afford his noble friend 
the additional information which he de- 
sired. With regard to the transfer from 
the Hudson's Bay Company, the only doc- 
ument whii.h he was able to produce was 
a very short letter intimating that such 
an arrangement had been made. What 
he had proposed to lay on the table was 
a much larger collection of papers relat- 
ing to the subject generally. These he 
must produce at a later period, because 
they were somewhat bulky ; while he 
should be happy to postpone the third 
reading to as distant a day as would ad- 
mit of the bill being passed in the present 
session. He might further state, in re- 
ply to the remarks of his noble friend, 
that there were in the old company 
several gentl'^mcn who did not wish to 
part with their shares, and who had deter- 
mined to retain them, and that his sanc- 
tion was not required in the matter, while 
he had still reserved to him every power 
which he previously possessed. His noble 
friend haa made some observations which 
were calculated to raise a prejudice 
against the new company, when he ob- 
served that he understood the American 
element waa very strong in it. It would, 
however, have been fairer if he had wait- 
ed until the next morning, when the pros- 
Cectus would be issued ; the fact being, he 
elieved, that there was one gentleman 
out of nine on the council who traded 
largely with the United States, and that 
he was a naturalized Englishman ; while 
it was impossible to know that the Ameri- 
can element prevailetl among the share- 
holders, inasmuch as the .shares had not 
yet been allotted. 

.. » t ♦ t ♦ 



rpHIRD STREET PROPERTY. 
won SA,j^ja, 

Lot 2, Block Zi, Kice & Irvlne'i Addition— corner 
lot, 7'i feet front on Third ntreet and lOO feet oO 
Hill iitreet,a4JolniiiK Hope Kuglnn House. Will 
be Muhl low. 
TKUUt^— I'art oub and part credit. 
jUtply to I>. COOPEH, 

aplOtf Ir^'ine'ii Block 

FOR. SAJLE, 

rpiIE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, 

Oae lot In block II, Whitney fc Smith's A d- 

Lots 4 and 5 in block 68, and lots 14 and 15 in 
block «5, In Irvlnt's Enlargement to Uicu fc Ir- 
vine'H Addition. . . _ . 

Lot lu block 2.1, lot 9 in block 55, and lot 9 In 
block 50 in Itlce k Irvine's Addition. 

A lot on Davton Avenue, a(|joiuing tho proper- 
ty of MaJ. Cullcn, 100 fe«t front. 

Lots 7 and 8 in block 2.1, St. I'aul I'roper. 

Theru are valuablo ImprovemeutH on said last 
two montloned lots, consisting ot a stone store 
on Wabas|uiw-8t.,»nd a ilr«t-cUs» dwelling house 
on Fourtlist. . . „^ , ^ 

Tlie ab jve property will l>o sold on liberal terms 
as to canh and credit. 

Inquire at the oflice of 

BrKNCKR «c CAIIVER, 
Ingersoll's Block, or ot 
QROKt *B.\iLtY, 

under Thomu.soii's Bank. 

0^ Rooms to rent In Irvine's Block. 

St. I'aul, June 3d, 18C3. Je4-3m 



OOOLJEY, CA»VEM. A CX>., 

(Bncoeilors to GooiiVT, Towbb h Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

Oomxnission Alerclia.iit89 

IMPOBTESa AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMEBTIC LIQUOEk 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, de., *«., 
NOS. 3 ft 4 JACKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEYEE AND THIRD, SAINT PAUL, MINN. 

........ CAMW^. 



In the Department of 
r. I Q TJ O R S A.V[I> STIG A.'R» 

Our Stock will be found labok and complbtk at ali times, and at prices to salt the views o 

closest buyers. December 1, 1M2 



J^ T 



ST. PAUL 



SALE. 

PROPERTY. 

$.375 for a lot 50 feet by 150 in the vicinity of 
Jackson street and Twelfth. 

A flrst-claas Stone Store on Third street. 

A lot on MlnncsoU street, near Third, with 
building. 

Two Dwelling Houses, $800 each. 

A beautiful lot 06 feet by 200 with fine grove of 
trees. UENRY McKENTY, 

Dealer in Real EsUte. 

St. Paul, May 14. 18(B.-dkw.3m 



F 



ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 



JUST RECEIVED 

C . PRO AL'S , 

An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

Gum Blankets, Gum Pouches, Gum Coals, Gum Talmas Gum 

Wading Boots, etc., etc., 

ALSO, AI.L SORTS OF LEATHER TRAVELING CONVENIENCES. 



Ooimex* Tliiircl and Rol>eirt-St«i. 

January 11, 186;j.— ly. 



myl5 



In Hennepin, Ramsey, Chisago, and Washing- 
ton Counties. Also Lots In St Paul, Minneapo- 
lix, andSt. Anthony; all ot which I will sell at 
Low Trices and on favorable terms of payment. 
Enquire of ^ ^ wiNTERMUTE, 

je'>l at office of Horn, I^und h Galusha. 



H 



ENRY McKENTY 



DEALER IW 

REA.T^ ESTATE, 

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
49- Will ai«0 locate Laudj WarranU and sel 
Real EnUte on Commission. an8-dkwly 



BROAD ACRESI 

tao ACRES of land from 3 to 12 miles of 
ST. PAUL, will be sold in tracts of 40 acres. 80, 
VZO, IGO and 240. The soil is a rich loam, with 
wood and water. Terms part cash, and the bal- 
ance, If desired, on long time. 

HENRY McKENTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 
St. Paul, June C, 1863.— d&w6m. 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

SUMMER .i^HHAINaEMENT. 

On and after MONDAY, JUNE 15th, Passenger Trains will run as follows : 



Leave St. Paul. 


Arrive at St. Anthony. 


Leave St. Anthony. 


Arrive at St. Paul. 


5:45 A. M. 


6 :20 A. M. 


8 :00 A. M. 


8:35 A. M. 


11:30 A. M. 


12:05 M. 


2:00 P. M. 


2:35 P. M. 


5 m p. M. 


0:35 P. M. • 


6:00 P. M. 


6:35 p. M. 



apis tf 



Grenexral 6$ui>ox*intciiclent. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

V^EISTEREAL DISEASES, 




AND 



T^OR SALE. 

ICO acres in Rose town, adjoining the school 
section, the following described land : N. W . .< 
section 21, town -Z'J, Range Si : about fifty acres 
under cultivation, some uniirovcmeut, all lenceo, 
and a good well on the ijreniises. Will be .-old m 
a body or in lots of forty or eighty acres, one- 
fourth cash, the balance in three yearly i>ayment8, 
at seven \)or cent. jH'r annum, 'liile i)erlect; 
possession given after harvest. 

Also: The undivided N. hi of N. E. U of sec- 
tioii 28, Town M, Range ii, on tlie road to Lake 
Johaniiah, about tliree miles from St. 1 aul. 

EiiQuire of J. P. IHOMl bUA, 



Enq 
July tfdlm 



At Nichols, Dean & Co, 



All Affections of the Urinary and Generative 

Organs, &c., &c. 

This Institution was organized under a special charter in 1850. The method of treatment adopted 
is the same as that employed in the best French, longlish and American hospitals. The attending 




past ten years, 
Cities. 



nd is prejjared to give patients as good treatment as tliey could obuin in Eastern 



tho 
I'rof. 



tJOBERT P. LEWIS 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. Paul, IVdiniiesota, 

Officeon Third-st., Roger's BU>ck,nearthe Bridge, 
Also Buanch Agknt of 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey, 

ColUns ft Brace. . . v * r. 

Claims presented and prosecuted before Con- 
gress, Court of Claims and the Departments at 
Washington City. Special attention paid to secu- 
ring Soldier's Pensions, Bounties, Baclc Pay. ftc. 
«»- Advice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at the office, without charge. 

o4-d twtwly 



The office is arranged in separate apartments, so that those who desire can consult the doctor with 

utmo'it privacv. The Institute is provided with a Spirometer for measuring the vital capacity, and 
I .-of HcUrobir'a 'Pangi/wtia^tUoii for developing the muscular systini in Jjcminal Wj-akness an-t 
other wasting diseases ; aho an improved apparatus and all the appliance.- for a(lmiui>teriug Medica- 
ted Fumiontwii Jtaihn, now so ceh^rated in Europe for the cure ol Syphilitic diseases. 

While 1 prescribe for all kinds of diseases, attention is given more specially to the following:— 
SvDliilis in all its stages; (ionorrlioja ; Gleet; .Stricture; Affections ol tne Kidneys, Bladder, &c.: 
ifvdrocele or Dropsv of tlie Scrotum, Varicocele, and other diseases of the Testicles and Cord; 
Rheuma'is'ni I*iie« Fistula, and Diseases of the Rectum and Anus; and all complaints peculiar to 
Females Also, Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal jrenkuen*, for which our treatment Is now admitted to 
be even more successful than that of Lallemand, of Montpelier. ^ ,, ^. , 

PATIENT S AT A DISTANCl-i — Treated by correspondence, and Medicines sent under seal to core 
any case at home. Full particulars furnished on application by letter. 

Jfsr PlBLisuKi> The -"Oth edition of our Medical /ffy^or/, containing <0 pages and nnmerons 

enirravine« treating on tlie above diseases ; sent to any address on receipt of priw. 16 ct». Also, in 
press, and nearly r. ady, the 2nd edition of our large work on Venereal .Surgen . 

ja^ Office in Concert Hall Block, near the I'ost Office. Consultations can be liad trom » A.I 



«9- 

P. M 



Sundays 9 to 10 a. m. 



pURTICE & HALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINflERS. SURVEYORS AND 
Real Estate Afireats, 

Office ill Mnckuliin's JHock, Wanhington Street, 

between Third and Fourth-»ts., 
Will promptly attend toany professional business 
entrusted to them. From a long residence here 
and a thorough knowledge of the different sur- 
veys both in the Citv and country, we have great 
facilities for executing our work with correctness 
and disijatch. Land bought and sold. Collections 
made. Taxespaidfor non-resldentsat the lowest 

N B.— Drawing Instruraentaand Paper for sale. 
D. L. CURTiCB. ap2i-3m JoHS T. Halstkd. 



j.v3 



.M. to 

All letters should be direct*Ml to 

THE GALENIC INSTITUTE, 

(Box 199.) Saint Paul, Minnesota. 



"rTp E^T~S^ . 



" He admitted that the company had 
pursued a blind and incDuaideratc policy 
wiih respect to the introduction ol !>et- 
tlers, because nature herself had drawn 
a distmction between the part of their 
territory which was adapted to the liabits 
of the fur-bearing animals and that which 
was adapted to settlement. [Hear, hear.] 
But, on the other hand, the company have 



A OrrectioB. 

MiNXEAroi.iH, .lulr 24, 1803. 
Editors of the St. Paul Presi. 

The inaccuracy of the St. Paul corres- 
pondent of the Chicago Times, which you 
have several times noticed, is illu8trate<l 
in his letter from St. Paul published in 
the Times of the 21st inst. You ha«l 
published a paragraph in the Press sev- 
eral days befon; announcing tho com- 
mencement of the railroad bridge of the 
Minneapolis, Faribault & Cedar Valley 
railroad across the Minnesota near Fort 
Snclling. and your types made *' Minne- 
sota" read " Mississippi.*' So the Times 

man says : 

Work is commenced on another bridge 
across the Mississippi at Fort Snellinp— a 
hridge for one of our railroads. This will 
make the fourth bridge for Minnesota over 
the Mississippi. 

Information from such a blundering 
source cannot be very valuable ! 

Yours B. 



N 



O T I C E 



Is hereby given, that pursuant to directions 
from the Comml»«loner of the "•'nerall.and Of- 
fice, the undersigned willlM' prepared to receive 
application!" at tlie Land OfHc" «t bt. Cloud, Min- 
nesoU, on Monday, tl.e irth day of August, IWH. 
for entries of such lands, as are remaining unsold 
and uaappropriated by law and >>f,«'««fo!;«; *"''ir,*^J 
to «ak> and entry at the Land Otllco at Otter Tail 
City, Minnesota, now dl'contlnued. 

(/ix en under our liands at St. Cloud, MlnncsoU, 
this Z7th day of June, 18W. «„»i.,„ 

T C. Mf'CH RE, Kcfliter, 

jyl^w c. A. OILMAN. RecrtTW. 



pRINCE & GO'S. 
IMPROVED 

MELODEON 91 

WARRANTED FOR FIVE YKAR8. 

The oldest establishment In the United State*, 
employing 200 mea, and finishing eighty Instru- 
ments per week. 

MANUKACTOKY COUSEB OF MARTI.AaD A»D 
MIAOARA 8TRKET8, 

BXrFFAJL.O, N. Y. 

VTIIOLKSALE DEPOTS. 

47 Fulton street New York 

83 Lake street Chicago 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. 

Henry Tollman ft Co > Boston, Mass 

W. F. Colburn Cincinnati, 

Balmer ft Weber St. Louis, Mo 

James Bellak Philadelphia 

A. Couse Detroit, Mich 

Ph. P. Werlein New Orleans 

A. ftS. Nordhclmer Toronto C. W 

Persons unic<inainted with the Melodeon and 
Its history, will Dear in mind that we are the pio- 
neers and leading manufacturers, not only In the 
United .States, but in the world. We commenced 
the manufacture of Melodoons In the f^l of the 
vear 1847, and since that time have flnished and 
iold TWENTY-SEVEN THO US AND. These 
instruments are now in use not only In the Uni- 
ted States and Canada, but also in Europe, Asia, 
Africa, South America and the West Indies, and 
n-om all these (juarters we have the most flatter- 
nig testimonials of the high estimation In which 
they are held. 

AT AM. INDUSTRIAL EXHIPITIONS THEY 
HAVE INVAUIAULY BERN AWARDED 
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM WHEN- 
KVER EXHIBITED IN COMPE- 
TITION WITH OTHERS. 

We shall take pleasure in forwarding bv mail 
(at our own expense) our Illustrated Catalogue, 
In which every Instrument we manufacture is 
fully described and illustrated by elegant engrtv- 

All Melodeons of our manufacture, either sold 
by us or dealers In any part of the United SUt<«8 
or Canada, are warranted to bo perfect In every 
respect, and should anv repairs be necessary ijc- 
fore the expiration of five years from date of sale, 
we hold ourselves ready and willing to make the 
same fh-e of charge, provided the liyury is not 
caused by accident or design. 

AacBfsfor the sale of our Melodeons may be 
fouifd In all the principal towns of the United 
Sutes and Canada. 

Address either „ „ «^, „ ^ 

GVA). A. PRINCE ft CO., Bufft o, N. Y. 
Gl'X>. A. PRINCE ft CO., H7 Fultou-st., N Y. 
GEO. A. PRINCE ft CO., 4S Lake-st., Chicago. 

Or either of the above Wholesale Agents. 

«- For sale by MUNQEK BROS., Agents, St 

Piul. Minnesota. Hi.^*wi«»a4 



c ^ 

STRONG'S CARPET HALL, 

225 Third Street, Rogers* Block 

will be found a large assortment of 

Carpet8,0il Cloths, Mattings, 

CURTAIN AND SHADE MATERIALS, 

MATTRESSK3, FKATHERS, W.\U. PAPER, ftC, &C 

New Goods constantly arriving and sold as 

low as the lowest. 

UPHOLSTERING DOKK TO ORDER. 

marl2-ly ». O. STMOBrO. 

TTATCIPS BATTALION! 
RECRUITS ^V ANTED. 

TRANSPORTATION AND BOARD 
WILL BE PAID. 

The men will be enlisted for] three years or 
during the Indian War on our irontler. This 
enlistment avoids the draft, which should be a 
great inducement to those subject to the same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLIN, 

Corner of Seventh and Jackson-sts., 

je25-tf St. Panl. 



<Sriwmrs. 



F. 



C. LIGHTE & CO., 



apr^9-dftwly»04 



AUCTION NOTICE. 

We are prepared to do a commission and Ane- 
tion Business on the most reasonable terms, and 
make cash advances on goods. Auction aales 
every evening, and '^f^^^- «^t [«,*; ^- 

Auctioneers, 
Third-it., seoond door from tha Mer^ntr 
i_.^ Hotel, St. rault 



(Late Lighte ft Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacturers, 

421 Broonae«S<., lf«w York, 

SECOND BLOCK EAST OF BROADWAY 
Mr. F. C. LIGHTE, the original founder of thl^ 
well-known Establishment, Sfni*>r Pariner, and 
only Practical Piano-Forle Maker of the late 
firm of " Lighte ft Bradburys," having retained 
his Two-Thirds interest in the whole business 
stock, materials, ftc., and Sole Proprietorship In 
his I'ahtable Patents, inclusive of his celebrated 
PATENT INSULATED IRON FRAMES^, is the 
onlv one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANO- 
FOitTES for which this house has been so popu- 
lar. 4^ All infringements on his rights will be 
prosecuted according to law, 

49>A11 Fiano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted perfect In every respect for live years. 
LiBKRAK Terms to Dealers. 

F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 

421 Broome-St., New York. 



ap28-.^m 



IMPLEMENT 



A GRICULTURAL 

AGENCY AT HASTINGS. 

CHARLES ETHERIDGE, Agent 

KOR 

MCCORMICK'S REAPER AND MOWEK, 
Self and Hand Bake, two and four Horse. 
BRADLEV ft PITT'S BUFFAI^ THRESHERS, 
With a measuring attachment, and saves one 

*""**' CHICAGO GRAIN BINDER, 
The only Grain Binder warranted. 

WOOD MILLS, 
Driven by sweep power, complete of Itself; or 
driven by tread power, or by threshing machine 
power; for cutting stove wood ft-om the log. 
IHIUBBARD LIGHT MOWER. 
HORSE HAY RAKES, REVOLVING. 
ONE AND TWO HORSE ENDLESS CHAIN 
OR TREAD POWERS. 
PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAWMILL, 
For cutting cord wood. 
All articles sold by me are warranted. Inqnl- 
rics by mall will receive prompt attention. *or 
terms, prices and circulars, apply to 

ap19-lamdfttw4m HASTINGS, MIN. 

rpENTS TO HIRE. 

Hunting, risking and Excnrsloa Parttei iup" 
piled with TENTS at reasonable ratw. 
C. W. WOOLIXr, 
Corner Sibley and Third flICMtS. 
St. Paul, July aad, laOi-iw 



/GROCERIES CHEAP AT 

l^^olesale and Retail. 
CUTTEB, SECOMBE & CO., 

Having leased the store occupied by L. G. John- 
son ft Co., and purcha»ed their 

©tocU of Gri-oceries, 

May be found at 

220 Third Street, two doors above the North 
Western Express Office, 

Where they will sell 

AT VERY LOW FIGURES, 
FOR THE NEXT THIRIT DATS. 

Ve wish to close out this sto** entirely as w« 
propose to 

CHANGE THE BUSINESS. 

and open a 

Paper and Stationery Store 

in connection with our 
I>ai>er Mill at St. Aatltoay. 

«- AH kinds of WRAPPING PAPER for 

sale, and the highest price paid in cash for rags, 
ropes and old printed papers. JjlS-tf 



p EO. E. SCHNABEL. 

In Maffets Castle, comer Jackson and Fourth 
street. 



PEAl.EK IS 



GROCERIES, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 

Keeps consUnUy on hand the choicest Brans of 
FlouV; Nice IW l^d,Lamb^s sugar C^ired 
Hams, and Dried Beef, Com, Cora Meal, Oats 

""He Ss made arrangement* to receive, two or 
three times a week, from the country, the choic- 
est Roll Butter. , ,. .^ a_^ . 
Goods delivered to all parts of the aty, free of 

charge. ■■•«'■ 



T WATSON WEBB, Jr., 

* Successor to WALTER W. WE^, - - 

WHOLBALK DKALBR IN 

Foreign Wines, Brandies, 
GH isr s , &<?. 

Cognac Brandy, 

Boclielle Brandy, 

Jamacia and St. Croix Rum, 
Holland Gin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine Old Bourbon Whlskef , 
Rve and Monongahela Whiskey, 
Old Queens Port, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old Sherry Wine, 
Madeira ^ tne, 
Scotcli Ale, 
London Porter, 
Catwba Brandy. 
Week'"' Soarkllng and Still Catawba, 

DrakeVC'aUwba and Tlautaiion Bitters, 
Having connectea Rectitying with my busincii 
I am prepared to furnish Common and lnw 
priced Rye and Bourbon W^hUkies at the lowt at 

cash prices. _ ._,^„_„,.^ • 

myl9 J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 



-r~~irc T 1 O N . 

A sale of State propertv will take place at the 
SUble on Fi^fle-st., on Saturday, August the Ist, 
of Uorses, and one of Easterly's Reapers. Sal* 
to commence at two o'clock v. M. 
By order of the A^JuUnt General. , „ ^ 

M. BALDWIN, Agent for St»t«. 
LAHGLET k TEMPLE, Auctioneer. 

jy3t-ta 




"T 





THE SAIls^T PAUL PBESS, WEDls^ESDAT, JULT 29, 1868. 



m^ 



Mk 



Uni O'lcofe 



ASK STII.L OKtKBlMO 

IHK GRKATKST INDICKMKNTS IX THE 

DKT <iOODS MAKKET. 

Our stock of 

DllESS GOODS 

IS TIIK MOST ATIRACTIVK IN TUK CITY. 

Compriiiinfc all tl\H 

LATKST STVLKR 
>F ENGLISH AND FRENCH 

In Check!, Stripes, Ffgures, and ri«in, 
USLIN AND CHADI DE LAINES. 

Lawns and Oriiandlrs. iVc, 

Which we »r»« .'tellinx at 
We have a splendid liu«< of 

Bradli'y's unrivalled Hoop Skirts, 

For I^idies, Mi^.^oit and Chlldron ; 

ALSO 

SPRmO A^TD SrMMER 

Which we make a specialty of, always kt^oplng a 
handsoiuo as.^ortment. 

In Slia->vls, 

We can suit the mo*t fastidious, in <juality, i>at- 

tern and price, hav.ng a beautiful asisort- 

ment of 

CHECKS, STRU^ES, A>fD STKLLA 

In the Middlesex, Peacedale, and Scotch. 

We have the 

CHKAl'KST AND BEST LINE OK 

E M BROIDERIES, 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS, 

AUo 

LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TO COUxXTRY MERCHANTS, 

We would say that we have a large stock of 

DOMESTICS, in DENIMS, STRIPES, SHEKT- 

INES, PRINTS and COTTONADES, kc, 
Which we will m'M at a 

On present New York prices for CASH. 

Mogan &> Oamp, 

»p.10.tf »*i Third-tt 



§urbank'.$ Column. 

TyrERCH ANTS' DISPATCH 
Fa«it Froliirlit Hue. 

OWNKDAMlt MANAOKKKf 

AMKRICAT^^ KXPKK88 CO. 

All overcharges iettled by J. C. k U. C. Bnr- 
bank k Co., Aj[<>iitii. 
New York offic, m Murray »treet. 

Boston office, 69 Washington •treet. 
mar^'i-dlv 

1 OO *^'''^'^ SlKiAR HOUSE. COl.r 

X v-^ Vr den and Ainbre, :i choii-e article, at 
J. C. k II. C. niRUAKN k Co.'i 

WK HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

?T largu supply of Wksiki-.x Rkskkvk 
'JiihKiiF, Which we oiler low for ea.^h. 



^i\i:n^ ^larhiucji. 



•eH 



J. C. k U. C. UURKANK 4 CO. 



ALAU(;E STOCK OK FINE LI 
juora and CixHfs, whi.'h w<> olfor at price* 
that will insure uuL-k .tales, ut 

J. C. & 11. ('. m RItAN K kC o.'g 

O/Yri*^*^^^- ASSORTED VVHIS^ 

tj\J\J key, for sale at 

J. C. k U. C. HURHANK k Co.'a 

QOn WHOLE. HALF AN D QU AK 

O v/ v/ ter boxes Ruisirs, crop of isu , at 

20 



J. C. k II. C. BIRHA.NK * Co.'* 

¥bls. STUAi; rs best hon- 

ey Syrup, a choice article, lor table use at 
J. C. k II. C. UL'RHANK k Co.'*. 



1 KCi B<^>XK» W. R. CHEESE ; A 

AO V>F nriiue article, ct low figures, at 

J. C. k a. C. BlRBAMv k Co.'s 



50 



Ttf\ GRANT'S PATENT FANNIN(; 

Mills tor sale at munufacturer's prices, ai 
J. C. k II. C. bl'RUANK A Co.'s 



IQr?' PACKAGES ASSORTElJ 

X^O Fruits, consisting of Plums, Pruiiec, 
Currsiits and Citron, uU new crop, for sale at 
prices to suit the times. 

J.C.Ik, li. C. BURBANKJ^Co/«_ 

\ro\j >vill find one of the 

JL largest and bt'st si'l'cted slocks of Urocer 
ies in the West, at the warehouse of 
dec 1» J. C. k H. C. BURBANK k Co. 

t> R T¥ T E R S ' INKS. 



AM sorts, kinds, and colors, from the celebrated 
mauutactory of .1. E. Wade, New York, for sale 
at mimifacturer's prices, by 

dcclJ J. C. k II. C. BCRBANK k CO. 



420 

bramk:>, at 



BOXES ASSORTED TO- 

bacco, comprising all the favorite 
J. C. k II. C. BURBANK k Co.'« 



Ki \ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAS'l 

Ov/steol A.\es. Also :W do.-.n Red Rivei 
A.xi's ; a!so iS Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, timt 
.lualitv, at 

J. C. k II. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 



RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT, 
J.iKX) P.>i si>.s Dkikl- pKAOiiKs, and r.fXK 
P.il'NDs Ukikw APi'LKS, io be Sold low for cash. 
mv:tltf J. C. BURBANK k CO. 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH Cii^oviiH <v I5A1<:i:i«'h 

CEM.BRATEO NOI^Kl.E^S 

iSEAVINCi MACHINES. 

MVKINU BOTH THE 

Grovoi* & Baker and tho Lock Stitch 

inik<'E 1t41» .!!«» 1 l**r.lRDN. 



FAST FllKIOHT I^ITNIO 

OWNKH ANl» MANAtJKl» UV I UK 

jVmei'ictvii Expi*os« 
Coiiipnn.v- 



1 



) 



On and alter this date, by special arnnig-'monl. 

The Mcrchaul.O DispaUli 

Will rec.ive and foivvurd fn-m ttii« city to N.'w 

York and Rixiton freights rc(|iiirin}T ipiKk 

transport ■ilion, :U 

T..10W01' R^a-tess Jiiicl in 
TJettoi" ''l^'iirie. 

Than can be obtained by any otln-r route or co:i. 

veynnce o.xcopt the regular K\pn»is, by 

j-;is'<ei)v'''r truliW. 



TIMK aiTATl.\NTKKT). 



.Ml shlpinetits received at door <>f i.liippei :iiiil .le 
llvered at ile-iiinilloii 

FRKi: i)V (WnTACi:. 



The well known reputation of llils Line In tra»>. 

porting Westward bound busiiir. V <iuiiii;{ 

the la-t ten yenrs, will b' 

A SUFFICIENT GUAR.VNTKE 

That all contract* male by It, will be faillsfully 
carried out. 



r^O MY FRIENDS & PATRONS 



Having engaged ."ny servlcei to the Messrs. J. 
C. fc II. C. Bur&ank A Co.. corner Levee and Sib- 
ley streets, I may be found in tho Wholesale Gro- 
cery Department, where U will aiford me pleasure 
to see my old customers once mi)re. 

V* n shall have a large and well selected stock 
of goods, usually kept in our line, on hand, which 
1 respectfully ask you to examini' before purchas 
in? elsewhere. I hope to nn'rit for the house • 
portiou at least of taat patronage you have here- 
tolore *o liberally bestowed u|K>n me 

marS A. L. LARPENTEUR. 



50 



BARRELS 

— OF — 

CAROON OIL. 

ALSO A QUAWTITT OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

For«al«*bv J. C. k H. C.RURRANK fc Co. 



C ATHC^R^T A: CO. 

AT THEIR OLD STORE. 
Tliira Streot St. I»JHil, 

Are la receipt of their 

Sprliis Stock of Dry Goods 

We have a large and beautiful assortment of 

ORESS OOODS. 

Which we would invite tho Indies special atten- 
tion to. 
We would invite Merchant Tailors to call an 
examine our stock of 

Cloths and Fancy Cassimeres 

Which is very large and desirable; we are selling 
low. To Merchants from the Country, we pro- 
pose to job (loods at Chicago or Milwaukee prices 
—freight added. Call and examine before buying, 
mari-dkwly CATllCART k CO. 



F 



OR THE CARS. 



Our Omnlbusses will run to and from the prin 
clpal Hotels and Boats in connection with the 
trains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for in 
an wer to orders left at the American, Interna- 
tion 1 and Merchants, or at our office. 

iv.» J. C. BURBANK fc CO. 

t;^xpup:ss "notice. 

We are now running Messengers to 
S7. ANTONY AND MINNEAPOLIS 

Tipvico Daily, 

Leaving St. Paul at ll^to a. m. and 6 p. M.; re- 
turning arrive at H.X> a.m. ancU.TO v. M. Pack- 
ages weighing iio lbs. or less, an4l not exceeding 
ii.VJ in value will be carried for tev cknts, and 
delivered at owner's <loors. Particular attention 
will I>e paid to tilling orders. Purchases will Ik- 
made at b<.'st rates obtainable and no charge made 
for -uch services. 

Express matter for St. Cloud and all interme- 
diate points will leave St. Paul, Mondays at .'>.4.''i 
A. M. and Tuesdays and Tliursdavs at .'i.OO I'. M. 

jeif,-if J. C. BURBANK fc CO. 



ITie Merchants' Dispatch 

Is also prepared to olTer Increased facilities, both 
In time and rate<, for 

WESTWARD BOUND BUSINESS. 

Our freights are transported by Emigrant and 

fast Freiglit I'.xpre-'s tr.iisis, an' handl d by 

our own men ut all points of transfer. 

Cliaima fur l.oii«t'a uml Ctiiiii;is-<'4 Hill 
l»«» proniiitl.v iiil.juiir<*ii iat. thi.t 

For rates or further information inquire of 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO., 

Agents. 
St. Paul, .luno 18th, 1803. J-iy-:{m 



riR^T PREMIUMS in Illinois, Ohiu, lown and 

.Micliigau. 
Parties pnrch.ssing machines of the (iROVER 
k ItAivl'.*; S. M. CO., eiui havi' their ehoirt" of 
isiachilie.^ iii:,kiiigeI'lier.sUuli,and(liaiige ilt'iey 
ile.'il" 1.1. 'I'hi' >iil;i loiiijtiniij itHf (•< xfir Xiirh 
iitiliiiiiiiciit!i. They nl. o oiler to the public at the 
extremely low price »d' 

Forly-Fivo Dolliirs 

A Sir tif/ht Net'<Ile LorklSlitch Machine, 

Suitable for Taylors and Familruse. Thismachine 

It of liniet:!:-, mi'i'l.'/'utt simi'l ■ n mi far si'/ic 
</r»- to till- .-hiiltb'or lo-li ^titch machines here- 
tofore Mild at r r.i to #UH). 

e^.- N.iri;M\'--(":'i OIlie' Third street, opposite 
In^'iVsiilIN llbick. St. Pael, Minn. 

1". ; .- Plain and I'aiicv .Slltihing done to order, 
[jellt Ijan I] 



Wheeler & Wilson's 




I 15,000 

or them in use in this country 
and Europe. 

These are the Only machines making 
tha Lock Stitch witli the Rotating 
Hook. 

Arc profitable and available a life 
time. 

Ktiual to ten seamstresses. 

An annual dividend of 100 to 600 
per cent, (on their n>st) may bo obtained in 
use— bv their possessor. 

The Class Cloth-Presser, (so pdpv- 

lar,) can only be had with thcBC Machiaea. 
j . It -.riil Third street, St. Panl. 



LS63. 



1863. 



1863. 



Suuimer Arrau&reiiK^iit. 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

OARiriNO THK 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AK» TUB 

XJnitea ^tnU-ts 3Inil. 



The roads are well gtocke<l with first claat 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careful and e.vpe- 
rieocea drivers, all under the control 01 compf- 
cent agenta, 



SCHKDiri.i: OF OKPAUTFUKS FRO.M S.ilJtT I'.VUL 

Kor Stillwater— Daily , at 8 A. M . 

For Sbakopee, Joidon, St. I.awrence. BelU 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottaw!^, Tniverse n< 
Sioux, St. Peter aud Mankato— Daily at 4 o'clock 

A. M 

For Rosemoiint, Ctstle Rock, Norlhfield, Can 
oon City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Palls ano 
Owatouna, connecting at Owatonna, for \Vilto 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Age\jcy and Mankato 
Alao for Rice Lake, Clareinont, Wasloja, Man 
torville, Rochester, Chat'lebl, and Winona— Daih 

»t 4 A. M. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando^ 
tfonticello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and .St 
Cloud— Daily, at 5 A. M. 

ForSauk Kapids, Belle Pralrlo, Fort Ripley <»»'' 
Crow Wing— .Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fl 
day at 5 o'clock a.m. 

For Richmond, .Sauk Centre, Alexandria 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breci;inridsre, Fori 
Abercromhie Monday •< and Tliiirsdays at ;"> 
o'clock A. M. 

For Sunrise, with connections for Superloi 
tnd Baytleld— Mondays Wednesdays and Fii 
davs, at 7 o'clock A. Si. 

For further particulars In'julrest the General 
Office on riiird Street. 

.J. C. BURBANK & CO. 

apt!l-dly Propriettiis 



JUST RECEIVED, 

A NEW LOT OF 

LINEN COATS, 

PLAIN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

AND A FINE LOT OF FIGURED 
All of which we are prepared to sell at 

REDlM'Elt PRICES, 
w. H. tem;i»x.e, 

myTO-lt THinn-ST. 



ftunsi & f istols. 



E. 



W 



ANTED! 



REMINGTON & SQNS, 

Manufacturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

For the U. .S. (Jovernment. 
We also manufacture a variety of 

POOKKT PISTOLS, 

Of approved patterns, for both Ordinary and Fix- 
ed Atnmunition. together with RiHe and Sbot- 
(iun Barrels, (inn Locks, Mountings, and Uun 
Materials (Jenerally. 

t^ Price lists and Circulars furnished on ap- 
plication. Address 

Jel l-3m* Ilion, N. Y. 

r^UNS AND PISTOLS. 

Third Street, St. Panl, 

Calls the attention of .Military and Sporting 
Classes, to his large and well selected stock of 
SHOTGUNS, WK.SSONS & BALLARD t'ART- 
RIDtiK RIFLE,S.MnH & VV KSSONS, COLT'S 
and others' make of PISTOL.s, »c. 

A large stock of Fishing Tackle of all descrip 
tioiis. 

Fine laminated steel barrel .Shot Guns, made 
to order. 

«S- Repairing promptly attended to. 

POWDKR, SHOT aud CAPS, for sale. 
my.31-tm 

XyHITCHER'S HOTEL. F O I^ T I^, ^^ I TS 

Fourth-St., between Robert andJackson, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

E. B. WHITCHER, Puopriktor. 

The above house having recently been opened 
and thoroughly renovated and refurnished, the I j.^q,„ j^g^y YORK CITY, is now prepared to 
Proprietor would resjH'Ctfully solicit a share ol ' 



A Girl to Cook, Wash, 8tc., In a small family. 
Nene but a competent person need apply to 

W. S. COMBS, 

BOOKSTORE, 
In the 
Jan'i.3 POST OFFICE BUILDING. 



P L O R E N C K SEWING 
MACHINK AOETsTCY. 

Directly oj po-iie Slees' Fiunifurc Store, 
Tlaii-a Sli'oet, 

Makes Kofit distinct sTirniKS on one and the 
■iai.ie xnachire', all of which make the seam alike 
on Unh si!',-- of the faliric. 

It combine- all the good <|ualitief of otliej first 
cla.>s Macliiues, and po<sehses many advantages 
over .mv r.n t ;ill id' tlie.-.i. 

It i» tlie most simple and ferkect in its con- 
■^truction of 

ANY YKT OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

No Machine c.ivers so great a range of work. 

<^'.5- // .<«"•.< Sir or JCii/ht thirkiics.ieA 0/ h'lill 
Cli-lh >1i»r)i /,) the ji.ii'St/iilrir, icith equal facili- 
ly, t!'ii!;oiit rhiiiirfc oftl•ll:^in}1. 

FEEDS TO tIiE RIGHT OR LEFT. 

No diflieultyo.vperienci din se«lii:j across thick 

se:i|ii. 

Runs more nuiel thnn anv other Machine. 
They pre liif FASTEST SEWER.'} in the 
WOKl.D. 
A child o' ten years can 

ADJUST THE NEEDLE, 

A* en-iiiv H» ail exiH-rience.i operator. 

'fliey give rniversal j-atislaction whcreverused. 

Ilien>i>''t inexperienced can work them per- 
feitly and wi:li I'aso. 

They ran.:;e in i>rice from $5.1 to ^115. 

*.v-EVE({Y MACUIXE WARRANTED-.^* 
Ileinmers and all necessary tools included. 

<i. W. BAHrOCK, Agent. 
Jy!.". cor. .*?d and Jlinnesotasts.. St. Paul. 



giUscfllanfousi. 



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irtdsJ. 



E 



S T A B L I S II E D 1 7 G d 



B. P. BARTLETT, Artist, 



the public jwtronage. *9-Good SUbling and 
sail Hostlers in attendance. 



Peter I^iorillard, 

Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

lA and 1m Chtambfra-Mt., 

(Formerly t'.' Chambers Street, N">w Yotk,) 
Would call the attention of Dealers to the arliules 
of his manufacture, viz : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

Macaboy, Demlgros, 

Fine Rappee, Pure \'irg!nia. 

Coarse Itappoe, Nactiitoches, 

American Gentleman, (Jopenliagen. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey Dew ScotcJi, 

High Toast Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, 
Irish High Toast, or Lundyfoot, 
Fresh .Scotch. 

J^ Attention is called to the large reduction 
In prices of Fine-Cut Chewing and .'^mokiiig To- 
Imccos, which will be found of a superior iiuaiity. 

TOBACCO. 

FINE CUT CHEWI.NG.- P. A. L., or plain: 
Cavendish, or .sweet; Sweet Scented Oronoco; 
Tin Foil (Javendish. 

S.MOKIN(i.— Long; No. 1 ; No. 2; Noa. 1 and a 
mixed; Granulated; S. Jago; Spanish; Canus- 
ter; Turkish. 

N. B.— A circular of prices will be sent on ap- 
lication. marl."i-1.v 



LOUR, 

At Wh<»lesale and Retail. 

Kxtra and Double Kxtra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 

AT THK 

Oannoii F'a.lls IVIillg?, 

.«;uPEniou TO any other brand in 

THIS MARKET. 
Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOUR WAREHOUSE 

ov 

C IML. OIIOOIMCK, 

Thlrd-st., between .lacksonaud Robert-sts. 
Jat.ll-ly 



f^ VV . W O O L L E T , 

LOWER LEVEE, .«3AINT PAUL, 

.\.vu 
OoTnniltswion Mierolmnt, 

PKALKR IN GROCKRIES 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, tC, &C., &C. 

AHD 
AGENT FOR THK 

PENNSYLVANIA R^ULROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 



la 

DllYGOODS, 

riojn New York Au(lio]i Sales. 

I). W. II^iJERSOLL k (0., 

Are just receiving their third purchase of 

Spvliiftf «n<l Suiiiiiior- 

Bought at the recent 

PANIC AUCTION SALES, 

And oiler to their old customers gr»»at bargains in 

Ladies' I>i'es« Groods, 

A.S FOLLOWS : 

t 

1,(K)0 yards best quality MozaraDlque. 

'.J.OOO do striped Lenas, at 25 cents. 

I,0u0 do Plaid A rsolinas, .^5 cents, 

600 do black and white Challies.M cents. 

1,000 do striped Plaid and Mode. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

Eiiulish & American (Tinghams. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

CALICOES, 

Some as low as 15 ceuts. 

In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to oiTer great 
bargains. 

Toadies' Collars, 

Embro'dered, Linen and Eufllod. 
BAREGE ANIi, GKENADI.VE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric lland- 
kerchi.'fs, from l-^o to $1. 

In Grlo^-es aucl Hosiery, 

We have every variety, for ladies and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braid.'?, silk aud worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 

"BRADLEY'S "Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens we have Broadolothf, Ca'isimores, 
Indies' Cloakings, and Men's Wear of ad kinds. 
Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Covers, 
Oil Cloth Covers, kc. 

We will sell at prices to dkkt compo- ition. All 
purchasers of Dry (Joods, at wholesale and retail, 
will liud this the best idace to buy f-r c.\sii. 

r>. W. Inerersoll & Oo., 

«T. PAlli, MI 51. 

m)M-tf 

T U S T RECEIVED BY 
EXPRESS. 

A beautiful lot of 

ALPACCAS (c SARATOGA 

PLAIDS, 

ALSO 
A handsome lot of 

HAIR ISTETTS, 
Grreiiadine>^eils,&e., 

Which we are offering at 

REDUCED PRICES. 

CALL AND SEE THEM. 

A-t 146 Tliird Street. 
L. C. BXJRT, 

apl5-.tm ST. PAUXi. 

GREAT BARGAINS 

AT 

Xli«» Cho«i> Casli Stoi-e. 



giatiluutvc. 



JUST RECEIVED, 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hnbs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &c., 

Also, (JRASS S< iTllKS, SNATHS, FOUKS, 

RAKES AND CRiPI.E-^. 

A few casks of 

PrrTSKUKO COAJi. 

Always on haml at lowest i)rires AVIiolesale 
and l.'elail, P.ar Iron, Sheet Iron, iMow Ste -1, 
Spring Steel, Cast Steel, Nails, Spikes, .Springe, 
Axles, Bolts, Carriage Tiimniings, 'Ihimble 
Skein-*, lil;ick.^milh's Tools, Chcins, and 

H«»siv,'*' Il«ir<l'W"4ire. 

Warehou.<e \r,i Third strcil, St. I'cul. 

jr. n. iiRAi>E]V. 

apl7-ly 

p. P. HODGES & CO. 

DEAI.EKS IN 

Standard Farm MacMnery, 

AT 

Nicols & Deans* Iron Store, 
Thii-d Btreet, 

ST. l»At:i., .'WMWI*. 

Agents for P.rayley & Pitt's BufTalo Threshing 
Maciiiues. 
" " Riistill & Co's Massilloa Threshing 

M;icliii)cs. 
" " >lc(;orniiok's Reaper and Mow'r. 
" " .John H. Manny's Reaper and Jlowor. 
" " !;ickf'.i;!& Hulfman's Grain !>i ill. 
" " II. A. Pitts i Co'i Chicago Threshing 
Machines. 
Also a general stock of Agricultural Impk- 
inents on liiiiid,to which we invite the attention 
of larmers and o'.lier> wishing to purchase. 
Mi;oLS & Di:AN. 
al-fim P. F. HODGES. 

FAIR BANK'S 

STANDARD 

S C A I^ E S 



^AUi\i)Ei(S BROr& CO. 

wiioi.K.sAi.r. i>kai.m:s is 

BOOTH & SHOEH, 

9Io. 2M I.ak« tttrvet, Chica^*. 

We have in store aud offer to the Trad«i a rery 
DESIRABLE and CHOICE STOCK of BOOTS 

AND SHOES of the best styles, selected acreral 
months since, Ixdore the late advanc<» in goods, 
which we will sell 

LOW FOR CASH, 
om 

Short Approved Credit. 
SAUNDERS, BROTHER fc CO., 



mSl-fim 



w I.Ake Street. 



m 



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Vx^'iii-ij^b *^*' ^^^ KINDS. 

&* jt-.L • ie^^ Also, WareliouseTrueks, Lettet 
^r,^^y&^ I'res.''.es,.«.e.,&c. 

FAI iJBANKS, GREENLEAF L CO., 
\7i Lake Street, Chiea^o. f or sale in St. Paul, 
b^. C. & U.C i!iirt,ii.-.- * Co. 
he careful to bay only the genuine. jei4-dwly 



J. 



li 



B Y E R S , 



y..\si'yA(:rviiT.i\ .».sn dkalkr is 
COPPKU, SHEET IPiOy A^D TIN WARS 

OITOSITK THK ;iKi CLOCK, 

JACKSON STREET, St. Paul, MIcbpboU. 



QPRINO TRADE. TO TIIE MER- 

O CHAN IS OF THE NORTH-WEST, 

We respectfully invite you to examine our une- 
qualled Miscellaneous etook of 

STAPLi: AND FANCY DRV GO^lDS, YAN- 
Ki;i: NOTIONS, WOOLE.V GOf>DS, 
HOSIERY, CKO< KERY, CHINA, 
GLASS, Cl.TLEKV, PLATED 
G<^>ODS, ETC., Eir. 
No house in the country offers l>etter induce- 
ments in goods and prices. We have every facil- 
ity and are jjrejjared to i*ell the Beat Cash Trade 
at a profit below llastern tigares. 

^f^Special attention paid to all orders acoom- 
uied with Uioney or references. 

B»«f'E]V BROTHEIW, 
Ifuportcrs uii«l Jobb«rs, 

Nos. 72, 74 and 70 I.ake St., Chicago, 
m.ll-ly. 



manufacturinct company 




A' 



GRICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS, 



riVATORs A.\n I'Loirs. 
CORN PLOWS on hand and for sale at the 
ow<'st market rates. 
je5-tf NICOLS , DE AN & CO . 

"a~COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 
jfa gox nuns, spokes, nEXTAxn sa tt- 

ED FELLOES, SHAFTS, ^-c, 

.Ml of the very best material, just recei/od and 
otr sale by 
ap-^4 ly NICOLS fc DEAN. 

piONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of JMfth and Pike ?treetfi. 
This ostablisliment is now in full operation, an 
is prepared to fiirn!.-h all kinds of 

IRON AND BRASS 

CASTIN.'iS, FORGING, S:e., 
at the lowest liastern rates, viz. Heavy Mill cast 
lags. Columns, Sash weights, Grate Bars, Sleigh 
shoes, Kc,., three cents per pound. Brass ca.-t- 
Ings, Babb't metal, 25 to 30 cents per pound, 
liatlie work $.5.(.K» per day. Pariicular a'.teatioi 
given to Steam Engine aiid Boiler work, f hresh 
ing Machine repairing promptly attended to. 

Steam Engines and Boilers, Threshing ciaciiiRe*, 
new and 8'3Cond handed, for sale or exchri:ge 
verv low. 

OILMAN & BUSHNELL. 
ST. Paul, July .ith, 18(>2. diy 



B 



O O T S AND SHOES, 



AT 



STEAM E:i(';fXES on BOILERS 

PAIENT FIRE EVAPOCATORS, 
PATENT SUGAR CANE MILLS, 

PATT-Xr STKAM COIt. KVAPOEATOBS, 

PATENT STAMP MILLS 
FOR 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and description" 
prices, &c. ; also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURi:s'G IVOLLS 

AKD MACHIM:F.y OF ALL nLSCKlr-TIOSS, 

Too numeror s to mention. 
CHICAGO, - - iLLisois. 

P. W. GATES, President. 

N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. 
mr7-diwlv 

ipOSTER & HARDENBURGH, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAIL MAKERS, 

Xo. tSll Soiitlt Water Street, Cliicair*, 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of 

3Iaikilla &. Xarred Rope, 
r>iteUiiier Roi>es, 

Old Canvass. Oakum, Tar, Pilch, 

CHAINS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TENT5, AWN. 

INGS, WAGON COVEKS, COTTON 

AND RUSSIA DUCKS, 

FLAOS, A::e-, &:c. 

Common and Patent Hoist ^TIieel»,forbuiId- 

in^;.-, constantly on hand. 

tlKO. F. FOPTKU. (jfl^-iy) C. M. 11 AKllF.XBfEGH 



Contracts for tnansnortatlon between St. Paul. 
Boston, f^v Englancl, Montn-al, New York and 
nil points "ut, nsaihMipon the lowest and most 
favorable terms. 
Mark packages, «'C. W. WOOLLEY, 

St. Pai'l, 
j;r1-d1r For 



^J^ POLLOCK, 

^L§ii£^ DONALDSON AND 
O G D E N , 




carer 



iylO-tf 



TXERNDON HOUSE, 

Corner of Third and Vermillion Streets, 

HASTINGS. - - - MINNESOTA, 
w. E. iirxT. 

Late of the Aferchantt' Uotel, at St. Pavl, 

PROPRIETOR. 

t^- Passengers conveyed to and from the 
Boats free. Jel9-.3m 



rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

JOHN BURNHAM, Proprietor would respect- 
fully announce to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new and commodious building on the 
corner of Jackson and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
commodation of travelers, where he will hpi hap- 
py *o see his old friends, and all others who may 
favor him with their patronage. The house is 
only two blocks from the steaml>oat landing and 
railroad depot. Baggage will be carried from and 
to the boats /y-ee of charge. Table supplied with 
the best the market affords. Good stabling at- 
tached to the premises. 

St. Paul, April9,18«.3. aplMf 



PAINT PORTRAITS, 

X^a.n.dsco.pes9 &.Cm 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

4^ He will also give lessons in Drawing and 

Oil Painting, at his Studio, over Hunger's Music 

Store, Concert Hall Block, St, Paul, Minnesota. 
JylO-tf 

TV' I L I- 1 A M D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELIX^R AT LAW 
ST. PAUL, MINNK80TA. 
RKFFKHKIIflCS: 

Hon. George Opdyke, New York CItT 

John G. Treadwell, Albany, New York 

Hon. Amos I>ean, L. L. D.,... .Albany, New York 

Hon. R. A. Law, Chicago. \\U 

Geo. S. Blanchard, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chase, McKinney and Moors Boston 

lelldaoUmkwlv w 



Jlentiot^. 



^8HR 



DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 



DENTAL ROOMS IIST 
Vrinslo-v*' House, 

OFFICE HOURS FU«».V h A. .M. TO 5 P. M. 
J«i44m Mt. Anthony, mn. 

tA-^.:^^ DR. DeMOxNTREVILLE. 



!*•••••• 



r> K I«r T I 8 T , 
(Ofliw* in French's Block,) 
Tlilrd Htreet, nenr the I*o«t Office, 

SAINT PAUL MINNE.SOTA 

Ian2y-ly 

^Dr.T. D. SIMO?rTON,SR 

DP:NTISi\ 

Ingersoll's Block, Bridge xjuare, St. Paul. 
49" Teeth inserted In th«9 cest style oa tiold, 
' Silver and Yulcanit*. Je'J 



IiRALERS IM 

Cliiua, GrlnNN &c lilnrtlicn 
Wnro, 

WITH AN KNDI.KSS VARIF.TY OF 

IIousekeepin;L? Articles. 

It Is the design of this House to supply HOUSE 

KEEPERS with every possible want. 

UNION lU.OCK, No. lir> Third-st., 

COR. THIRD AND ROBERT-STS., MIN. 

je5-d&w 

OP. A ceo, CIGARS, PIPES, 
SNUFF, &c. 

F. W. TUCIIKLT, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Tobacco, Cigars. 
.tc. Fine Inip'irted Cigars, S nokiiig an<l Chew- 
ing Tobacco. Fine <;ut Chewing, superior to any 
in the ci<y. Sweet Briar Root I'ipes, a large as- 
.or.m.Mit. V. W. THHEI.T, 

Third-8t., near Kdgcrton's Bank, 
myCi-ly St. Paul. 

tSaL.MER'S pure VINEGAR." 



We will commence this morning selling our stock 
of SUMMER 

DRESS GOODS, 

wuN^ xjm::brki^i-'-^^«» 

PARASOLS, 

BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, 

BALMORALS, 

COTTONADES AND LIGHT CASSIMERES, 

At greatly 

REDUCED PRICES. 

IF TOU WANT liARGAINS,] 
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES, 

Rememb«^r the place, 

No. 218 Third Street, St. Paul, 

NEXT DOOR TO N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 

H. KNOX TAYLOR. 



NEW YORK PRICES. 

30 per Cent- Saved 

BY 

BUYING YOUR SHOES 

AT 

BROWN'S 

TNTli: AV STORE, 
113 Third Street, 

One block above tlie Merchant's Hotel. 

j'-5 -y 

AT I L I T A R Y ! 

Ofllcors' Ca^-alr-:*- Soots, [ 

OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 
Oflicers' Zona-A^es, 

AND FOR PRIVATES EVERY KIND 

OF 

BOOT & SHO^, 

CAN BE FOUND AT 
JifHt. J. m^lIITH & CO.'ft. 



GM^OCERIES, 

SHORES & TAfOR, 

Wholesale GS-roeers, 

47 South Water Street, 

CHICAG-O. 

L. SHORES, F. D. TATOF 

m.31-Cm. 



apl.'itf 



BOOTS ^ SHOES 



AT 



VERY LO^V PIUCES, 



AT 



r^ILLETTE, WHITNEY & CO.. 

SUCCESSOR TO 

Thompson, Whitney & Co 

Manuficturers and Jobbers of 
IJOOTS ana SHOES, 

46 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO, ILL 

We are now receiving a large stock of Goods 

FItOM THK 

BEST MAM-FACTORIES IN THE EAST 

and witli very large addition to our 
HOME-MADE CUSTOM WORK 

We are prepared to off> r to the Country Trad 
the best assortment of Boots and Shoes 
the city. 

GILLETTE, WHITNEY & CO. 

P. O. Drawer ISW. al-6m. 



^nistttance* 




General Insurance Agent. 
H c5~M K , 

OF XE IT JJA VEX, COSXECTICUT. 

LORILLARD, 

METOOPOLITAN. 

AND NIAGARA, 

OF XEW YOPK CITY. 



IMarine Insixi'anee. 
i?h:oI'::xia:, 

OF nP.OOKLTX. XRW YORK. 



KILPATRIfR'S. 



je.Vlf 



We would Inform our old patrons and the pub- 
lic g neially, Ibat wf are again at our old stand 
on Slblev-st .miiiiufrtcturing the above celebrated ' „ 
Vlueg.ir! We are prepar-d to furiil.-h the trade \*^ 
with the j'-rj/ /iv' <inalliy of Vinegar, at prices "*" ' 
as low as ran l>e bought in this or any other mar- 
ket. Orders from the country will receive prompt 
attention. ^ , „_.„ . ^^ 

jyl».3m C. C. LEWIS h CO. 



rpAX DEEDS. 

THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 



St. Paul, June P, IRM. 



efi 



C 



ASH! CASH !! CASH!!! 



ft CE.VTS. ft f'EIVTS, ft C£A'TI». 
Paid for good No. 1 Cotton Rags. Four cent« for 



T T TT' T<"' 

MUTUAL B EN E F I T , 

OF NEWARK, XEW JERSEY. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STOKE, 

myC dly Third street. St. Paul. Min. 




tax I 
er 
wt 

Stale authoritie. ... 

Prlc<» 50 cents per dozen, or 48 per bnndred. 



^IOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Indemiiity can be had. 

steps are being taken by the Government to as- 
certain who ha%e isuirered loss in propertv, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late .><ioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the .same. 
The undersigned have all the necessary forms, and 



attention to 
Attomeya' 



raarUtf 



J. WEST. 



St. Paul, Sept. 24, 1S62. 



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THE BAINT PAUL IVKKSS, A\^EDNESDAY, JULY 21), 1863. 



THE OIT Y. 

I. (). O. V.—.V A moftint; of St. Vm\\ 
Iahi'k'o IHM ui.ul.t. a n.nunitfo.- a|.iH.i..tol .rt a 
nroNious moothwroronod tl.. t\ai..sxin^.<»-«t..- 
arv rosoh.ti n.. Nvl'i>h nn^iv a.lo,>to.l. mu.I 

onleroil to '>»■ i>iil>:i-l'i'tl: . 

Wu. -Mvs. Wf l'='vc lu>ai-.l Willi l',iot..ui|.l 
s.»m V ; the .l.afl. of VaM (ivaiul \ .Um .5. 

iVau'v'.-.ihtinN' at tin- l?attk> of (l.ttysl.,..-. 
nil ilu" :>ilof .lulv ; iiiul 

V 1 i Fvs. r.n.. I'anvU was om- ot ..i.r ...o>t 

'"';7:;;:v:X'i'hat m tUo aoa.h of r«>t Orau.l 
Kanvll. i)m- lo.l ,o Ivvs stis.ai.uvf a si-voro io» ; 
as h. was. w hi.- wit!, i.s, om- ol ">'.V»;;;\ V J 

li„U-wo:!.l s oniv.uo »:^;-',':' ^^•''•; I ;^,i , '' 1 
%v.-:voiuo l.im to our w.-c.U.v '"^;^"V'f for t i • 
wcrcvloasoato.lolKioiv l.o c».1i>'a.I lot tlu 

aiije^'m on of Oo.i. lo>t ouo ..1 its uoImc.. 
,iti/.on>-a man who was n-:otooN.i> \1>".> ' 
nf^_!oval to ln> ^ '^mtry-uau.n. > to .. o - 
low man. and ?-'ratoful to hi< ( lo o. An 
,a!u-rn.j; fricna-al.r.-.vosoM... iv > .uUny, tin 

who ■■^11 tl.o k lati ns ..f lilo. it w.;s in.Kvit 
Jl'.lJa'no to L,[ow. and a l>rivilo,'0 to W uUt- 

'"'J^^-S'). TlMt wo nuMirn tho ..niinu>ly ni.l 
of our .Uivasoa bvotlKV. iA\d '•^"" "^ 
wor'ul. to u 1). ttci- oiu- as wo trust, by sn> -i « 
^aa iui.l toiuhin- fato, uuil that wo will t oa>- 
iiro up :n our iiutiiorv iho rov-olloitioii ol liii 
manlv virtao.. his ,kvA»tioii to oiiv (nU-, mul 
his unsworvini: a.lhoiviKO to tlio oiiiioMai' 
l-nut 10 of tlio priiuiplos of Fncnus/uj), U>v<- 

iinil Tititfi. , -,...,1.1 .,.,.: 

li,,olval, Th.it o-iv Charter and 1 inl.loni^ 

J)o diMpOil in iiio.irnin-' for iluriv *la 

that a oopv ot tho-o n-olutions ho 
toil to tho ivlalions of tho doooa^od 



THE STATE OF T HE CROPS, ^iourtanj & ^oittm^rcial 



COMMERCIAL. 



STK.VKNS tOt'MV. 

minors.— Fanners h-oni Maine I'rrtirie 
assuro ns that the yiehlof jrram this «e:i- 
son will !.o nuu-1. bottor than was antioi- 
nated r.arioN ami rye have ho.'U but 
little injnietl. Ivrn iloo- not seem to tee 
theetnolsottlie*lronlh. while the viehl 
of wheat and oats will be iinito Jair ami 
thennalilv Mxoellent. The rams ol tho 
p,.tw' ek will teii.l still more to improve 
thi.'. .in-l the ill elleets of the lonj; ilrv 
si-asoit will n,)t be nearly so serions as 
wa> im:.j,'ine(l. We hear alnu)st similar 
reports loom other localities m this nee- 
tioa of the State. 

MON\ r.K COUNTV. 



W««kl/ lleii.-w of Ih* »•»»«« ■•««' 
mwrkrt. 

Wkhnksiiav, July A'l "**''• 

TUo ton.' of KaittTU }M\»r* r<-K«r<Iiiij? th.- eoii- 

ditlouof trrttlo I" iiiori' liopolul than for8oniftiin.' 

l«Ht. liold Ktill lontiiiu.'s down, and inoiit-y 

.■»»lor than usual. Il.f Now York /{•r.il.l of 

Thursduv last, spoaki tlins of th.' .Mou.-y Ma k.'l : 

Monoy l^ olV.'r»-d .'verYWh.n' nt<^ p.T cut. .mid 

but f.-w of tho 1-a.huK hous.-.H j.a.v "y^... I.. 

H,-v.'ral iM.M's hjok.TS wi-r.' .supplii'd lo-.l:»\ lU 1. 

Ih.. huTo.i*iuK v..luni.' ..f niou.-y -''fkluK '•"•P'J'V- 

m.-i.t is u K« »••■'»' l"l>i<- of r.-uiark in li< MPi. ;t, 

d r-nd.-rs it prof.ul.l- that .p.-;ula Ion wdl 

Ir'-ak o,.t »K>.in I.Vlon- long. Ih.' prlvut.- adv low 

ol s.n.Tal li-adinK backins housen ar.' to t ..--ll.c 

that thf r.dM'lliou U on tlu' hv of c dlipsluK, aii.l 

that one laore blow, such lis a di-fcat .1 !.<•<; or t u' 

caDluroof niail»'Ston. would probably brniK tiu' 

,v{.els to t.'iins. li.d>T th.'so circumjtancvs 

ui.inv houM-s aiu s.llii.K their gold, bills an.l 



.$•.' 75 
..5 W 



1.' IKJ 

10 00 



and 
traiisiiiit- 



Tiii: Ciitt-H s.— t" istello & Van V look's 
rirons, whiih is exlii'>itin.i; om tho market 
trrouiul on Wabashaw street, tirew an im- 
mense andionoo last t'vonin^'. In faot. mmi- 
J.crs could not ol):ain adniittaiioo. tho rnsli 
,vas so ^M•oa^ This is no ordinary oir.iis 
troui)o, as those who wore pri. .-out l.i>t ovonint; 
nm to>tlV, and th.se who wi-h to I'u.ioy a 
rare eiitortainmont will bo on hand dinini; 
their s:av in tho oiiy. Th-.ro will W an alu r- 
iioon performamv at 2 oVlook t .-day and an 
ovoirni,' iivrf.Tiiiaiue at 7 o\look. rrolit b> 
the cxperienoe of la.>t evonin.:; »n>l iro early if 
yon want a scat or even a plaoe to stand. 

TnI OUTCNAT1-: C.\Sf VI.TY.— IViv.ite 
William Moninur. a resident of St. l\ml.imd 
a iiiemlKr of the Fifth Ke,i;imcnt, liad Ids 
right hand and ann blown olfroointly, by tho 
premature explosion of a shell w iiioh ho was 
plaoin-in a j:un at the siofje of Vieksburj;. 
His arm was amputated, and ho was sent to 
ho.-pital in St. l.onis. Mr. Mortimer's f..mily 
arj resuUni; in tho eity 
ilie First Minnesota. 



He has a brother in 



-•••- 



F.VLSK lliMous.— Rumors arc tloatinj: 
alKHit tho streets daily to the erteot that " tho 
draft has taken plaoe," that •' it is -oing on at 
the proMnt thiio," or th tt "it will takophue 
to-mt)rrow," &o. It seems hardly neoos.-ary 
t. Mate that all of tho-o reports are without 
tho sUi,'htost foiindat=(m. N > one need have 
unv fear that the draft will bo made without 
their bf:n- iiit' rniod. The law ivquires the 
Vrovo-st Marshal to give inibdo noliee when 
the draft will take place, ami until snoh notioo 
s given no anxiety ab*mt bfin- "p-aitod into 
tho army" need be futerraini.d. 



We hail a niee shower on Sunday last, 
whioh has done an niimense a-nount ot 
jjood to tlie orops. and ni.iy lieli) the corn 
whioli was badly Irosted last week. 

Some o: onr farmers commeneed cnt- 
tin-' their wheat to-day, whioh turns out 
miiTh better than rxpeoted. We hear of 
some fields that will averaj^e twenty-hve 
bushels to the acre, and liear ot none that 
is put down lower than twelve,— v1«a'"* 
Courier. 

W.VSHlNtnOX COUNTY. 

Duriti}; the past week it has been our 
^'ood lortune to visit some of the best 
a^rrienltural re-j;ions of tho county, and 
Innn observation ami the reports ot the 
larmers we havo made the foUowino con- 
clusions : 

1st. The corn and potato crop has 
been injureil considerably by tho frost. 

•_M. All the crops have undoubtedly 
snllered much from the drouth, but not 
so much as many have leared. 

The wheat crop will iH)t be so lai;«?e as 
last year, but it is our opinion that it will 
be ail aveiajji' crop throujjhout the count}-. 
One ot-ntleman who has licen making 
mu.li'^ado about the damage from the 
drou'.li, states that since commencing 
harvesting he is asfiamcdoi himself. His 
wheat is 7>f//<r this year than last, lie 
says the straw is light — but upon exami- 
nation he finds the heads well hlled and 
of an excellent quality. 

This is probably an oxeeption.il case; 
but ill spite ol the assertions ol grmn- 
blcrs that the wheat crop must be a fail- 
ure, we are coiifulent that the harvest 
will show a good, remunerative crop. — 
Stillwater Mcasemjer. 

I1KXNKPIN-, CAKVEK, AND M'r.KOIXOlN- 
TIKS. 

The season has been very dry. The 
crops in some places have sutfercd se- 
verely. 

We have lately passed through Ilen- 
ne]iin. Carver, and a portion of McLcod 
counties. 

Wheat and Oats in Hennepin county 
look bad. 'Jhcre can scarcely be half a 
crop. Corn as yet stands the drouth. If 



iini.6rt.'.l Kood-, anil an' proparluu lor a icii.-rtul 
of comm.iiial inb-iouiM- witli ibo .*»oulh. Ili.'iv 
an- nroliablv ovor -.'.ockj.ooo hal.is ol coUon III tin- 
robot country, which will p-iv lor ..11 ih.- dr. 



Koodsaiid oth.'rni.TchaiuliH. that wdl Utciuuci 
after t .' closi'of the war. If b'-ace wore d.-ilar.d 
it would bi> f.uui.l tb.it w.- h.iv.. ...It r.iiln.n.ls 
. iiouKli to.lolb.' budiir-.-s ihat w.iul.l bo lorcc.l 
upon thoin by tho revival of oar lutcniul coin- 
niorco. 

TIIK l»UY iJOOnS MAUKKl'.- Oar d.alor* 
bore lack advic-s this wo.k lo show that any 
cbanRc ha» taken place in th-* prices of l>ry (iooils 
In thi' Kastern niark.ts. A Bou.Tal stiileiilii}? of 
prh.-i is me-itionod, although it U believ.d that 
ligur.-s havo not advanc-.l any. Tho falhirc of 
the uuiil.f last nljjht d.-prlves us of our uHual 
uocouut of the Now York -Market . Wo rIvo. how- 
ever, tho stale of tho Bosli.ii Market of last week- 
Ouri'oal.TS li.r.' report trade very >,'ood for this 
aeasonof the year, and s:iy that sales arc" briak 
U>>oiid their oxpo.Uitlon. 
From the Iloston CoinimTcial Itullolln. 

riie st.icks of hoaw cotton goods are very llaht 
and iuiulo.piate to the suj.ply of the tall tr.iib'j 
tlie sur.nKiiiK up of even a niodoraio iloinaiul 
would soon sweep the market bar.-; and wlion 
wo take into account the fact that the i.rodiicti.j.i 
of th.'so .'oods bas b.-on cl. icily »uspoiid.'d, it wil 
not app.'.ir MirprisiiiK that IioM. is .lo not !«.• 
.lisposed to mak.- hirRo comcfsioiiN or thrust 
tliei. stock upon tho market. As there aiv no 
current transactions iior ev.-n in.iuliy in tins 
,l..partment, it is ntt.-rly us.-lci*s as well as impos- 
slb'o to L'lvo .|ur.|Hth>ns, iiml, hide.d. d.-ulers 
ttie.usdvos have no .lelluito id.a as to th>' proba- 
ble raiiRo of prices. 

1 

d»ii 



Ma.^onk'. — .V special eommunication of 
Anoient Landmark l.od-e, will be held ai 
.Masonic Hall tliis evening for work in the 
third degree. 



there are no rains soon, there will be a 
poor crop. 

The crops in Carver and McLeod 
counties have not sullerod much. There 
will he a fair crop of wheat and oats, ami 
if we have rains speedily, a good crop of 
corn. 



Domestic KcoxoMV.—Nohousekeei.cr 
or cook Is fidlv prepnr. d to outer sr.cc-sjfully 
upon h.T culii.;;ry .imhs witboiit havlntr tb.' 
Chemienl Salenitus on hand. It ro loves the 
miu.l of miich care and aaxh-ty exp^rienc'.l by n 
skillful cook. For sale by inG»: meiih.tu:s ar.d 
grocer.. 



Next Tuesday night let one and all 

Go forth at once to IngerMdl's Hall, 

And re-t assured of a capital thing, 

"When you hear those two hundred children 

sing. 
So 00114: along, both old nntl young, 
And hear all -tylcs of music sung; 
And if von find it did not pay. 
Your iiioiiey will be vefiin.lo.l without delay. 



The Chatt.iiiooga luM, mourning over 
Brag.;'s retreat, says : 

Among the objects of repining to which the 
mind vcrv natu.'allv revolts in contemplating 
the loss of Middle "Teiino^>cc, none foivo it- 
soli more per-.stonllv np«.n us than tho rich 
crops of giain which our retreat threw into 
the hands of the enemy. 

— The loss oi Vicksburg and Leo's re- 
treat sent gold up in Uicbmond from six 
to nine hundred promlun). On the I7th. 
gold was tpioted in Richmond at 'J"0. 
(On llie same day it was quoted in New 
York 12;5.) Wheat l-^O per bushel. Corn 
810, Hay §1 10 per hundred lbs. Flour 
$32. Sugar .^2 per lb., and so on. 

— Cen. Hanks, at last advices, was 
about to resume operations in Western 
Louisiana, whiithhad been re-occupied by 
the rebels, while he was besieging Port 
Hudson. 

It Is supjiosed Tort Hudson ds well as 
Vicksburg will bo strongly garrisoned 
and in part by tho Corps d'Ajrique under 
Gen. I'llman. 

The Cincinnati Commercial says in re- 
ply that Morgan only passed through a 
very small part of Vallandigham's dis- 
trict — antl that ho met with no op^ositio7i 
whatever there. 

— Many inquiries luaving been made 
respecting the obligations and liabilities 
of life insurance companies, in relation 
to those insured who havo volunteered to 
protect the lives and property ol our cit- 
izens, the following letter Irom CuyR. 
rhelps, M. I)., Secretary of the Connect- 
icut Mutual Life Insurance Comjiany, 
will show the feeling of one company, at 

least : 

HAUTfoifi), Mon.lay, July 20. 18u.3. 
Wo do not consider that insmo.l parties, 
called on as miiiiia to siq.pross a not, as vitia- 
tinu' tho coiulitioiis of tlnir policies ; but, if we 
diii wo would give tliciii free larinits, »oi/<-.vi- 
t/ipi/ firrd hhnik lurtriili/is, in which cases we 
would ehaij;o thoiii double extra prcmiiini. 
If New Yo:k cannot preserve the peace (d' the 
c:tv, it is high time the United states (ioverii- 
mont took the business into their own hands. 
and called <>n (oiinocticnt men to ihi it. 

tiUY U. I'liKLl'S, See'y. 

— Gen. Blunt, with eight companies of 
cavalry under his command, is making a 
little excursion through Neosho, the 
Cherokee country, and expects lo go 
through Texas to the Gulf of Mexico, 
though his iminediato destination is Fort 
Blunt. 

— It is said that the Major Generalship 
vacated by tho retirement of Gen. Wool 
will bo conferred on Gen. Grant. 



Largo (luantities of winter wheat and 
rye, between (Jlencoe and Carver, and all 
tiirouirh the rich and fertile county of 
("arvor, has been cut and well stacked. 
The crop is a good one, and has been 
most efloctually secured. From all that 
we can learn, the average bushels to the 
acre is eipi.al to that of previous years. — 
tjliticfie lieijiattT. 

Hakvkstixc. — Notwithstanding the 
unparalleled droughtthroughout the State, 
our people are harvesting an average 
crop of wheat, rye, and barley. 

The larmers almost universally declare 
that their grain never looked better, and 
that it is well hlled. hence there is a poor 
cliaiice lor croakers in this county. — Val- 
ley Herald, Career county. 

SCOTT COUXTT. 

Harvesting luis now fairly begun, and 
the larmers are busy cutting their grain. 

riie wheat h.as not been so much injured 
by the dry weather as was feared, as tho 
vield will' bo, on an average, about half a 
irop. In many cases full croi)s will be 
hirvestcd. H.iVvost hands are now com- 

H iii.iititr good wages — as high as Si,-)*) 
b ing olleied. and hard to get at that. — 
Shakojte Arijun. 

OI.MSTKD COUNTY. 

DuOfTii. — The long, protracted drouth 
yet trontinues, and corn, potatoes, and all 
root crops are sulfering and most likely 
to prove a tailure. But one shower was 
voiichsaled to us during tho long, hot 
month ol June, and it is now the l«th of 
July, and not a drop of rain yet. Tho 
weather is cooler, ind arrests in a meas- 
ure, the ravages of the blight. Tho wheat 
crop, ind in fact, all tho small grains look 
remarkably well, consideiing tho severity 
of tho drouth, and throughout Olmsted 
countv viv are assured of two-thirdsof an 
average crop. — Rochester City Post, ISM. 

TiiK Rochester Republican says : 
Some fields of oats In this section are 
already being harvested, and by tho last 
of this week, or tho beginning of next, the 
wheat will do to "go into." 

The Rochester City Post, of the 2oth. 
says that In consotpionco of a big rain 
down that way last Sunday, corn, pota- 
toes, grass — in fact every kind ol crop 
has nrvived and looks hopeful. Wheat is 
past danger and about fit to harvest, and 
from the reports of farmers in tho eastern 
part of tho county, we aro inclined to set 
it down as nearly a full average crop. 



1, the Wool, n (Jo.ids market there is a st.-ady 
..„n.ondl..r heavy fabrics for clothler> sup'd.e-. 
an.l u.lapt.-dto tho fall tra.lo. I his .h.sciiption 
sustains pr.tly lull pricos, as the .tocU is not 
laiire, notwithstanding the weakness of th.' w.>ol 
niaVkot. I-ight cloih.-s. f..r which the s.ason is 
over, and imp.irt.'d goo.ls. which symiialbizo wiili 
the rat. s of excliauK.-, aie rath.'r dull, an.l may 
bo hud at r.'.hic d rates. In vi.w of th-' pIe^ent 
limited d.'inaii.l. an.l the prospect ol oblainiiig 
wool bv an.l bv at lower prices, manulactuieis 
ar." n.>ltli>l>ose;» to drive business just n.iw.aii.l 
will bo caieful not too\er^tock the market. 

For l)ro:^s(ioods tli.-ro is u very modeiate il«'- 
maii.l, and die supii y of good styl.s of lor.-ign 
fabrics is v.-rv liml.ed. rricos are tenilinR do« "; 
ward : an.l .l.-alors arc generally awailiug th > lall 
importations which ar.M'xiHCie.l to be of mor.' 
.b'.'lrablo ,,nality. as w.-ll an cli. ap.'r than those 
now In the market. 

THF, OliOCEHY MAUKBT.-Thoro Is little 
worthy of not.' in tirocorlos, though a fair trado 
id reported. Our .luotation* arc generally un- 
chaiigo.l. A decline of Ic in Uio (.oiroo is report- 
ed, and sugar advanced frcin '4 to ,'i of a cent. 

FLOUU.— Tho Flour Market has been qul.t 
during tho w.'ok jmst. Tho receipt* havo Ih-oii 
good, and sales dull, so that all the dealers havo 
a largo stock on hand. This is just what might 
bo expected. With almost half of last gear's 
immense wheat croi) yet unmarketed, and anoth- 
er almost w* largo crop now being harvested— 
with wheat down to its lowest llguro, and no 
means of exporting either wheat or Hour— what 
sii>tain» tho lattt-r at its present unreasonable 
price, no one can «eo. Hence we pro.Uct a fall, 
and a pretty smart one, in Hour. Tho prices yet 

remain as follows : 

Wholesale. Kelail. 
*5 00 !jl-^ .^O 



B.MALT— Is llrm at advaBOcd latos. 

Molar, p.'r bbl 

(■round alum, j>er bbl ■ 

Ddry " 

.Salina " 

W<M>1)KN M'ARK.— Tho receipts have been 
light this w.ek, ami prices are thin as follows : 

I'.vii.s:— i Ciu'K.Ns:— 

•i boop ti <«: No. 1 *•■• "" 

.llioop :: 'JO No. 'i 

Tens:— '.\o. 4 

•JO hull 11 50 llulf insh.l iiK'as- 

IS inch 10 oe' uros, jht doz j<» 

ir. Inch « .Vtl 

(il.AS.S.— 1« without any change— American 
Wiii.low, per box. sx 10 »:1.-''>'>V>«'; 10x1-', ?i-5,.^' 
a:i,r.'); UK-cH. *:i,:r..ii,(K>; lo-'cif- 10 r'xib, ?<i,t»o.i 

A,M: r,'xl« to f.'xJO, *l,r.'>;i.'>,.V». 

I U(»N.— Common Uar, t R. <•»•; Horse Shoe, 
T.jsc; Sligo Itar. s.ts'.c; .sw.-.l.- Itnr. ^','■yc; 
Slioet Iron, s.jKiijc: .'Sugar Kottl.'s, .'»';c; I.<;a(l 
I'il..'. l;.c: Kngll>li Cast S'eel, V II. :iOc; .>pring 
5i.-i'l, l-'.c; (lit Nail-, V U.'g, *<'. 

Ll.Al) AM> .SI.Ior.-l'ig, f It., 0; Uar, ICc 
Shot, i' bug. !?,',ill; Ituck Shot, *•,•'». 

.M()LAS.>KS— I'ianlatiou, V gal., "■'"c; Sugar 
House, ;o; (iold.-n S) rup, rr.Mso. 

MKAT.S— Mos. Pork, i' bl,l„ sjio.jll; -Moss 
Heef, V bbl., Si'J..?>l"; Clear .st.ios. 5; Hamf, 
plain S.C, '.to. .•^Iioidders, -i. 'j I ; Hried lioel, 
loc; Canvassed Hums, lJ',c; I., af Lftid, Itc. 

Al.K.— X.\X rittsburgb lJ<iH; Scotch, pfs.per 
do/. *.'.Jj !i *•-•.:>; Uniiy u.al Scotton's ale, bbl. 
$s, ',do. it4, ". .lo. ^■i -'.S, 'a do. 4\:ii>; bottled 
al." !* 1 .00 ; porter, pints >■..•. 
KKANS.- .Mixe.l tSl.Viul.; ; best while per ba. 

iS-.'.OOiJ-'.V.'.'i. 

l'OTATt>i:>*— '»M, 1 c; Now dl-jl.'J.'i. 

srCAR-nroup, '/ lb, M ' I'i'f'-; f • Coff.'O Sii- 
g.ir, II.-. Itetined A. uiid U , i.xjlt^; K« 
Oiied (J. it (-0., H"^; I'ow.lered, l()'..jjlTc; (;riish- 
ed, KV; ; Cut l.oaf, iTC. 

,KAS-To:iiig Hyson, Wv..S1,no;()olon(f. Wc 
ii§l,V.'o; (i.iiij.i.ud'r and Iin|'..'rial, 'Jjc;. *!,•!.>. 

\VIII>KV — Ko.-tiil.'.l, t'j;all., i.'ittiOc; Monon- 
galiela, (>6c.i$l ; Ol.l IJourboii, lir.c .j $J,(H1. 

UUOOM COUN— \o sabs— nominal— No. 1, 
$1(10 1/ ton; No. 2, $c.i><i$ori. 

KIJUS— Tolerably plenty at lOijllc. 

FI'.A I'HKIIS.— l.lve Goose. t.lijiX); Indiun, 

l.'.iJ.'O. 

HKICSWA.V.— Nominal at 44(4450. No receipts 
.)f miportanc. ... 

V MMS AND OILS -White Lead V loo n.«, 
iMiiVi\ I.urdOil,*' gat., $1 •-•">; Neatsfoot Oil, 
!jll,.VJ; \VhaleOil,*i,lo; I.liisoodOil, ^l.-'iO;.;-!.!.": 
lurpi'iitlne, <>0 00. 

FISH.— No. 1 mackond, iht bbl. $15; No.-', 
$11; No.a, !?lo; dry co.I,ii', (ircporlb; Herring, 
bo.x, i">u<j.".'»c; Codii.-h 7'jC. 

COKFKK.— Prime Itio. :i-' ... :C.c ; I.a.a[uayra, ".".a 
:j:c : .lava, :isc .j 4iK: ; M.>cha, Kk-. 

CvlAb.— l'ittsburgli,por bu. r.".c : llPnois, 40c. 

CATri.K MAIIKKT.— U.-ef has not be.'U oller- 
edrerv plenty for a few days, and prices are 
more I'irm, owing to tho drought. Sales show 
pries as follo»vs : 

On fool, •-•.i'-".c; dr.'ssod, .^..-r. c; /l'''«^l' I'V,'", 

hoa.l *.-..r*;.>; calves, ^it.^C; d.or^sed hogs, .^ ....0 

.j;t.7.-.: mllcli cows, «15!f.;J^5 for domestic stock 

CHICKKNS— I'lenty. Old, J-io per pair; y.)uug, 

sy toe per jKiir. 



Cun To««n« Iluln*" Mout-.v (u CKftuitt 
l'»n»c'ripti» t 



Ikl O N K T A. R Y . 



OITNION Ol' THK SUITIKMK COURT OF 
MAINK. 



i Castollo & Van Vleck's 

COIN AND EXCHANGE QUOTATIOKS OF ' ^y ^ ^y M T JI S LI W , 



'S«., 



tiT. I'AUK, July -.fl, W\^. 

B'tnkersnnd licensed DcnlcrKin Kami ir<n rants, 
llcculntUmiry end Adult Ihdfllrcvd .Scrip, <yc 

EXCHAKOK KATK8. 

8(dlingfor. Prcinium 

Baj.kal.h- K-anoa ', per <5t. prem 

Auifric."!! (jcld '.'-p.jrct. 

Or.l.f.i f.)r Lulled Stat.ts I.nnd Warrants, SUto 
warruuts, iicproiuj.tly executed. 

.Slate and United States Coupoiis paid at oui 
TOur.t'r. 

I'asf^ace Cf rtlllcatps via I ivori ool i-.nd Hum 
burg; Drafts on r.i.ghmd, IiolfiTid njid Scotland 



AND 



Gri-cat Mioral Kx:hil>ition, 



§x\\p iml I^UnUdttcisi, 



Sup«'rilne 

Extra 

Doubb- .\,<'lty Brands. 
Wlnt.r rtheat, (.\XX). 
Corn lueal 



:> 50 ii «^> 

(J 0<» 50 

r 00 T .50 

..^1 ■■i^iil SOpercwt 



(by feh-frraph.; 
!\>»\ 1 <»jU .nuin'y .tIttiUrt. 

Ni:\v Yor.K, .Inly "iS. 
.stocks acti.o Old higher, closing strong. 
Money easy at 5 por«5.-nt. Sterling hrm and 
quiet. 
(Udd-M. 
t'.S. 5's. "St, coupons UK); O's, '.■^l, coui>ons 

One year certlllcates 101. 
Keading IW. Erie 100',. 

SFA'osn visr.iTcn. 

Nkw Youk, July iS— C r. -m. 
(iold unsettled and lower, opening at -TV. and 
a-.id a.lvancing to 2:^, declining to iT aud clo.sing 

stoaily at i'ri' 
Government stocks steady. 5's 'SI, coupons 

loc.iiioc.'i. 

» t • ■ ♦ 

rnyToh'sjraph.J 

Hew YorU .tlaikct. 

Nbw VoitK, July 28, r. M. 
Fi.otK opened heavy and closed duUatoijlOc 

lower. 

(iKAiN.-Wheat opened .(ui.'t and llrin, but 
closed dull, and a shade lower at *1.1S Corn 
opened Ic better, and closed dull at about jester- 
day's prices. Oafs dull at 7-'/.r:!c. 

l'oi;iv opened .luiet and closed dull, heavy aud 
low.'r. ■ 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 



OkKICK of THK AmKUICAN ExiMtES.S 
Company, '.t, Paitl, July 25. IWVl —We would 
respectfully announce to the public that we ons 
n')W pr.'pared to f.irward express matter over all 
the inferior routes of the State horetofort' pur- 
chased of J. C. Ilurbank ft Co.. viz : St. Paul to 
Munkato, Hastings to Faritmult and Owatonna, 
Winona to Chattleld. Uochestnr, Owatonnm, and 
all int.'rmedlat.' points aud that we are now pre- 
pare. t to transact a g.'neral Freight, Package and 
.Money Express Uuslness.cn all the at>ove routes. 

jy20-lw CIIAS. H. RATON, Dlv. Supt. 



TiiK Dk.'^kasks ok Erroii, (Z,w Mai 
dies d'F.rretir.) — I. John B. Ogben, M. D., au- 
thor and {lublisher of tin* abore work, do hereby 
promise and agree to send (ft-e« of charge) to any 
young man who will write for it, a sample copy 
for perusal. Tho proper study of mankind Is 
Ma.s. This valuable work la Issued and sent 
forth for the benefit of suflforlng humanity. It 
treats in simple language on all the diseases of 
Error, Including Seminal Weakness, Nervous 
Debility, Indigestion, Melancholy, Insanity, 
Wasting D«'cay, Impotenoy, ftc. ftc.— giving safe 



WOOL.— Our dealers here are well nigh dis- 
courag.'d at the hIow manner in which this .s< a- 
.son's clip is marketed. The producers are yet 
storing their wool, and holding ott' for that myth- 
ical "dollar tt poaud," which thoy had vainly 
hoped to get. It now s( ems as if tho market is 
not so favorable for them as It was « month 
since. Certainly reports from Fjistorn markets 
indicate a lower pric than was prevalent then. 
Here are a few samples culled at random from 
our exchanges : 

CoiassA, .Mich.— Ourenferprising townsman, 
H A Crane, ha* this week shijipe.! oft" at)out 
14*000 lbs of wool, which had b.'on secured at an 
average price of ti4c. But litllo. If any. has b.>en 
brought in this week-the highest prlcs now 
ollercd ranging from 52 to 5'Jc.— .4mecic<i»i. 

JoNKSvii.LK, Mich.— Wool has bet-n .julte 
active, and prices have advanced (.omewhat since 
our luof. rii« iiuestlon now for farmers fod.-cide 
is wbether in view of recent extraordinary victo- 
ries i>f the l.nion arms, it is not b<iK'r lor them 
to lell at i.r.v.. Ill prices tUuii to lake tlio cbance:" 
.if the fuiiire. f he range of the mark.'t is fr..m 
.->.)!>•« cents, and very nue lots havo brought IH 

rile Hills.lale Standurd reports the market 
there as inactive, and the range of prices 5"» ytiO 
cents. 

Al.iiANY.— There is almost acomplcfe stagna- 
tion In tills ii.ark.'t. bu\.rs ami .-.Hers being IV 
apart In their >lews. ^otblllgls doing ex. ept in 
th.) street where all lots otlerhtg ar.i taken at 
prices ranging from 55.y.2>-, for tho new clip. 

Pnil,vi>Ri.i"iilA.--Wonl Is coming In rather 
more fn-elv, ttUt buyers are not disji s.-d to 011.'- 
rate to any extent, and the sales are conllned to 
small lots ftt75.3«0 cents for medium and tine 
fleece, not cash. 

Ni.w York— Is inactive; to effect sales holders 
aro fdillgod to make c.)nces>lons, but there is a 
llmiU'd demand, and but little dl.spositlon to press 
sal.'s. 

The rate most prevalent here is from .'Wi to COc, 
rated as follows : 

Unwashed :i*»(j40 

Native.......... ..•••••«•••••••••••"••••••• •»' ' (#■>•> 

',; to )i full blood .VatRi 

Onu lot of 2,f)00lb9. prime .Merino wool was olTer- 
od yesterday at 00c ; 58c was ottered. 

HIDES.— Hides are quiet, and our quotations 
rcmkln unchanged. 
Green ........••••.•••••••••••••••••••"••o Hv^ ^c 

(jruen salted ,,,,.....•....••••.••••. 7c 

DrT. .........••.•••.••.."•""•••••••••••"•'- 

Dry Hint ^"^ ul<'C 

(iriion calf ^^ 

l>fy 15 ijloc 

LEATHEK.— Leather Is In good demand, but 
Is not generally so high as last week. 

Best Spanish ••• •....•....• -wc 

Best Slaughter •'•^e 

Harness — ll<?mlock ••..•.....•... TOij40 

Am.'rican Kip • $l'jl.li. 

American Calf • $1.20 

L-pper— Hemlock, per foot 25 «26c 

BUTTER- Is less firm, and supply somewhat 

better. 

W hob sale. B.'tall. 
Choice country roll l.'ii,!.'. 20,1^5 

N0.2 " " !' 'i" i'^aa* 

Bust flrkln f^aW l-> 

GICAIN.— The Grain Market has bei'n very dull 
this week past. 

JFheat has been more Inactive than ovit. .Soles 
are reported at n)c, though in reality but little is 
sold, and the prlc» Is nominal.. 

Oa<.t are declining from the fabulous price of 
last week, and are now offered at .5s«rs»c. 

Corn is In better request and less llrm, as the 
reports from the growing crop are favor.ible. 

KEUOSKNI":— Thero Is no change in selling 
figures . Advices from the Pittsburg market are : 
PlTTHiitiUfi, July 2-2.- The market yesterday 
was dull and Inactive, dealers lieing generally 
brought to a stand still, as thoy are undecide.l 
which way the market Is going to turn. 1 h.i 
stock in the market is very light, which fact tends 
materially to hold up tho llgun's. Th." reports 
from the Kastaru conflicting, and well calculated 
to l.-ad persons astray. Testenlay, for example, 
the New York market was reported dull and 
inactive ; to-day It Is reported llrm and unchanged 
each day the same flj^urei are quoted. I'lie cur- 
rent rates In Pittsburg will not admit of exports. 

The rates hero aro : 



Y\ (T. ~G R E E N L E A F ' S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 

Saliit Paul. 




Thlnl Street 

The ladles and ge..il.'moi. ot this citv and vicin- 
ity, are Invited to call and examine the 
LAKGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

OF HEW 8TTLK9 OF JRWEI.RT, 

Goia and Silver Watclics, 

CLOCKS, SIL\'KR WAKE, PI.ATEI> WARE, 

DIA.MOND GOODS, SII-VEU TE.\ SET.'^, 

Castors, Cake Baskets, Gold •hains, llings 
Thimines, and everything else perUinmg to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, 

My goods wore purchased exclusively for (lash 
froin the largest wholesale houses in the Union, 
and are for sale at the 

T.O\\^KST PRICES. 

All goods warraned precis.dy ns '•<;pr''ff' '<|; 
Cash paid for obi (iold and .>ilv.'r. A full sui)pl> ol 
WATCH MATERIALS always on hand. 

Ageut for Setli Thomas' Clocks, also ag.-nt for 
the celebrated 

Amorican Watolies. 

Particular attention pahl to n'pairing every 
description of Watches. Clod;s, and .Jewelry in 
the best jiossiblemann'r. We manufacture all 
kinds of 

Or any other pattern of .Tewelry, ftc, in t-"' ''";;• 
All work will b<^ don.' promptly In a workman- 
ike maniu-r an^ KKITKK THAN ANY ''THi:"'^- 
TABM8HMKNT IN THIS SK. TtON OF T'lK oyN- 

TKY. All orders by letU'r or otherwise will re- 
ceive prompt attention. „/-4l,« 
All kinds of new wheels and new parts of the 
watch manufactured for the trade at a reasonable 

**'s^toreln Greenleaf's Block, opposite Concert 



Several of tlie towns ii» the State of 

Maine Iiavinj,', in i)iil)li<! nieitiiif^s, voted 

to rui.se tli<^ Mini of thiec liiimlred dollars 

as a coininutalioii in money lor suoii oi 

th(!ir (ritizens a.s nni) lie ilralud into the 

military service of llu- United Slates un- 
der the law passed l.y the last Con<?ie.-s 

lor enrolling,' and eallin;? out the national 

forces (Jov.nior Cohurn has taken ju- I , France, <;.-ni.any and hwit/.-rlaiid, Sweden an 

dieial advice as to the legality oI«ueh a N..w.y.foi- .ale a. ■>...• .-.nco. 

proceeding, 'i he constitution of Maine, 
it seems, authorizes the Ciovernor to re- 
(juire tlm o[>inioii o( the .Iiislices of tl.e 
Supreme 7ii.li.ial Court " upon impor- 
tant (juestions of law and upon solemn 
oc<-asioiis ;" and aecordin<:ly, under this 
power. Governor L'ohuin a.-ks the opin- 
ion of the Court upon the lef^al (pie.stions 
involved in the folhiwiiifj; interrooatories : 

1. Has n cltv or town aiiv lo'jal ri;;lil to 
ploiV'o its credit to raise money lor the piii- 
pose of i.avin',' tho commutations ol such <d 
its citizens" as may ho dialled nito the ^c^vl<•c 
of the I'liitc.l St.itcs under tho law ahn-esai I .' 

2. Has a citv or town any l<':^'.il ri'-lit to 
raise ni.>iiov hv" taxation to laoviilo conunuta- 
tioiis for siiihcd' its citizens as may ho tliii.s 
draltcl ? 

The Judges thus addressed have given 

an opinion adverst; lo the lepalily of such 

a iiroeeeuinnj. Under the national aspects 

of the ipiestion tiny aro;i:e .i>5 follows : 

As Cwimross ha.s the pow. r totomimuid and 

loiinirc the services of each citizen, so ii niay 

procril'o the nio.lo ami nianiKV ol ohiaiii.iiK 

such >crvicos. The (ddipition of (dicilunco 

rests upon the citizen. It is a part of the du- 
ty he owes lo the fiovornmcnl which protects 

liis ri"hls. Thediitv is/)r>sfwa/— that ol each 
I citizen. If .Iraftcd.tlio ^orvicc must ho his 

person.sl sorviic. if a suh.>tituio is procur- 
ed, "tho procuration of such sul.siituto" is to 

he m::.le l«v the pcr-oi ilraffcl. If oiuniuta- 

tii.ii moiuv ho p:ii.l, //.-' is to niako such p:!y- 

moiit .\ Vriouilniav voiuiito;r as a stih.stitiiio, 

or uiav ai.l him in pVociiriii ;• whatever sum <it 

moiKV mav ho .ieiermino.l by llic Sccrot:ivr 

ot win- astho p-.ice of oxoniption, as he may 

aid him in disihar^'iii.u' anotlier i.crsonal lia- 

l.ilitv. Kut the lial)ilitv— whotlior to .-crve, to 

procure a siih.stltute, or U) piy tiio sum hxod 

as a c(.uiiiiutatiou— i- in each case alike i\ pcr- 

soixil liability. Jlach is as niucli a personal 
liahilitv as the o!ili,!.'aii<ii t;> jtay a tax .luly 

a<.-osscd, or to discliai!,-.' a <loht, or to pcrtonn 
any other act ivquircl by contract or by .stnt- 
nto. 

The municip.al relations of the (pies- 
tiou—that is the depree in which its solu- 
tion depends on the ninnicii>al laws of 
Maine— arc thus expounded by 'he 
Court, whose opinion under this head 
will be unilerstood to have exclusive ap- 
plication to the legislation of th.at single 
State. The Judges say : 

It will be ])eiToiyod, tlieroforo, thit the 
(lue.stii.u amounts to thi.s— whether a town can 
l,"-aliy lai.-o luouev «rj-atuitously 10 dischar^'o 
the nociiniarv ohlipiations of the citi/.ens, or tv. 
procure their exiiuidi.m from military or 
other MTvico. Is such a pov.cr conleiTod up- 
on tho munioliial corporaihais of this State ? 

The "otioral power of towns to raise moiiev 
is -'iviMi by the Ke vised Statutes of ISjS, 
chapter 3, .-.ectimi 2ii, in those words : " i he 
.iiia^itied voters of a town may raise such 
sums as are nece.s.sary for flu mainto.iaiuo 
ami support of schools and tho poor; tor lua- 
khig ami ropairiiiK hi,:,diw,iys, and town wv.ys, 
amlhridgos; for the puroha.-in>,' aud tonciii;,' 
of harviiiu' jrrounds ; for purchasing or liiii:d- 
iuf,' anil keeiilufr in roi>air a hoarse and house 
tlurelor for tho exclusive use ot usciti/oiis; 
and lor other noccssarv town charges. 

" By snhsc<iueut acts further ])OV. ors have 
l)cen Vonforrcd upon towns; and the exorcl^o 
of douhtfiil powers has hocn tfuntcrro.l by 
lo'^islative authority. Buttheraishigol n onov 
iimler statutory pro\ isious to co-operate, tnt/i 
the (icneral Gorenimcnt is inanitestly to ho 
tlistinguishod from raising money tor i»iiri)<>- 
sos so ditt'went, unauthorized by any existing 

"The words * other necessary town charges' 
do not oonstitutc a nev\- and distinct grant ot 
unlimited power t<» raise money tor any pur- 
iiose whatsoever, at the will and pleasure ot a 
niaiontv. Tliev embrace all incidental expen- 
ses" ari.sing directly or indirectly in the due 
and legitiiuate exercise of the various powers 
conferred bv statute. 

" While towns may raise inonev to discharge 
all liabilities in tho performance id' their miil- 
tiplhd municipal duties, they cannot, nnies.s 
uew powers aro confened, or an excess ot 
power receives a subsoqucnt legal ratilieation, 
irni-^ocnd the authoiitv given by the statute, 
and incur liabilities iu^ no way arising m tho 
coiii>e td" its oxcrci.>o." 

The court concludes their opinion as 

follows : 

\\\\o a town to raise money to be distrib- 
uted to favored individuals, the tax as.^esscd 
for such a purpose could not iVn- a moinont bo 







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SIMS, VAWTER & HOSE, 
WHOLESALE BRl'titilSTS, 

ASn PEALKUS IN 

r»aiiit!!«. Oils, Grl«ss 

AND 

Perfumeries, Fancy Goods, 

&o., <&c., 
IVo. Ill Tliivd Street, 

(UNION BLOCK.) 
ST. rAUL, - - - MINNESOTA. 

We would call the attention of Doalors through- 
out the Northwest to 

Our Full Stock of Goods, 

Which wo are offering at a liaclioa ov.^r 

Milwaukee & Chicago Figures. 

We invito an inspeeli.in cf our stock and prices, 
believing we can make it to Ww interest of iht^ 
d.-al.-r and consumer, lo give us their orders. 

tkX-nS. VAWTER •& MOJ»E. 

CllAS. F. SlMS. SAM'L L. VAWTl.a. 

Axpox I I. RosK. J y.'-'-tf 

25;oo(r^ ' " ■' ''- ' "" ' 

FAVORITE BRANDS, 

For sale at very !.)W figures to close the ^tock. 
SI.Ma, VAWIEit & ItOSi:, 
j...j.;j.lf Union Block. 

rpiLDEN & CO/S FLUID 
EXTRACTS, 




SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE, 

No. ill Tliird street. 



l*ilU and Granules, at card prices 

j yyyff 

T^RAZER'S LUBRICATOR. 

.hibt received and for sale at close figurci?. 
SIMS. A-A\VTEK «c KOSE, 

j,;>5.{f Inion Block. 

<^\ BBLS. LARD, WHALE AND 
'^ LUBRICATING OILS, 

At lowest market rates. 



jyO.Vff 



SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE. 

No. Ill Third street. 



4-1 O G^L^'^^'^ VARNISH. 
Of various qualities aud prices, at 

SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE'S, 
jy.25.tf Jfo. Ill Third steet. 



500 



BOXES WINDOW GLASS 
AND GLASSWARE, 

McCulley's Brand, at market rates. 

SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE, 

Union Block. 



CA'^TELLO fi VAX VI>ErK,...ri :oi-i:iF.TOPS. 
R VAN VALliEMJIR ., M.*XAOEU. 

I I'ol. \^I), M.\STI •: <-v Al'.t.X.'.. 

.1.' FREIl E, LEAP'.! It OK < ; ' ciikstk.\ . 

A coruhinalion comprii-inp .nil ihr.t is xcell.nf in 
fht? Kfiuo-itriaii i.r-.f.-^-i' m. al! tlial i- :iovelintI;e 
fechO' 1 of fivmna^tic*.. 

A GENUINE CIBCUS, 

with :ill lie- sian'l,'«.rd lemure-i of ill" I,, jriiimatfl 
\ieia, hlind.d with all Mn i'Tn lininov.nKul* 
and AcjuMtions lHrlti^h«•d l.y aiiibilion, do? e 
aijp Uation and the prjciicai woikirg of ttiOS€ 
Arii,-ts who.«e motlo is 

KXCELSKiI'. 
Mere Blooded. Trah-.fd Hor-f-s and a beffei 
assortment of other rare k]. -cim.-.:- <d aniinaie' 
nature than ha^e .v. r Ix-*-!! hroiip!:! before ttiii 
cuiiimuiiity. 

fiKiiirciioiity l» Every OeprtrtiUful. 
Tiik- (■•o.iii..Tny ct'iisist? of at !• a^'i 

F'oi^ty Pei'loi^i^iei^K, 

EQUESTRIANS, VOLTUJERS. l.EAPERS 

DANCERS, ACROI-.ATS, VU< ALlsTS. 

MUSICIANS; 

Vein ir.rr/oH.?, A./c Cttrric'if.'!, AV" Coiirn'-x 

\fW Dr. «.'.'■<, -V'-w r.xjtiiMfK, Xew Trappniys, 

Xew Sc'f!! and Xeir Ai'poififjnrTits, 

The whole forming an e«tabli>li;i:. ut paramwr.t 

to the finest ev.;r farmed either in th>s country 

°ViiIs'Mo.i' I .-how V. ill exhibit at ST. VA UL, on 

Tuesday, July 2Stb, at 7 o-cl'k p. m. 

Also on 

W«'«!ns»Bnav rtinl TZutrsjIrtv. .Tulv 'i^Hit 

aiiil :JOtli, at -i aw«l « !».•»»• 

Admh^iion 25 cents— Reserved Seats 00 cents. 

Mlt. D.VN CASTF.LLO, 
As Equestrian jianager, w ill introduce hi« 
"%* ondcrful Trained 5foi»«'. 

MOXITOH, 

Tho rhii!i]>i<.'ii of th? World; -.-.Uo his 
WOXMEK* i I. EWVC AXEW «!. EI- 

l>oii JTwaii- 

Mr. JOHN GLENROY, 

Whohashi'en received wish admiration and ap- 
plause l,-.api.r.ciat!i.;.' au.li r.c.-s on both comv 
ii.-nts. ui.d jjaiu.d the tito' o^ t.io CKMALK 
HOUSEMAN, will » x.-cute his during somersauU 

'"''' WM. J. SMITH, 

Wlio has won unfadiii? iaiiv.d;=. as the mo?t grace 
lul and accomiili^hed 1 wo :uid Four Horse Lques 
triau of the age. 

MIL J. TINKIIAM, 

The intrepid Horseman and Ixild Bare Back Rider 

will appear as the li.si>-.ied llurf'Io J.<-ivr. 

ne»»n. C. "W. Bl KKO^f S and Jl. J 

KEEEV. 

Who stai'd unriv.i!led as first class Artists, ar* 
alvoon'^.gea iu order to n-i.d-r the (.rvmnastlc 
l»o|j.iririi«'nt su})orior to all j.ri ceiV,;i!s. Aiuoiip 
the s!icce.~»iid feat* achieved by tl.o.^e p.-rformers 
nrethe ^^. 

HORIZONTAL BAR EXERCISES 

Double Trapeze, 

Olsi^sieul Gi-oiii>i"tfr»*« 

Mr. »A!tf CASTEeEO. 

The Great Talking Clown, w hos-' bon mots anj 
origimd s:iviug. are copi.-d l.y the entire mothn 
brotherhood. When euch a man sw tlite don> th. 
ciiiau-i bells, the public may re.t asMxred of a 
• east of haiiiur unuliuyed by vulgarity. 

MR. T. W. rOL.VND, 

Tlie roadv convergoilc.na'dst and r. tfnod gentia 
iniin. tlie paragon of Ring Jlu.-ier.^. 

T. BURGESir, 
MORRIS MILES, 
R. VAN VALKENBURG, 
M. McCOLLUM, 
A. SULLIVAN. 
R. Il.ARMON, .4M> 

C. LISLIE, 

Coinplete the list of male artists, while 
:iCA]>A:«IE» F«A3rii an« CAWRIE 

Th.'boa'.:tifi;l and gifted equestriennes lead the 



upheld. Still loss can it he when the ohvions 
!1!h1 iuevitiible tondenev of it would he to de- 
feat the ohieot for whioh tho act of Congress 



Hall, near the Post Office 
apHtf. 



D. C.GREENLEAF. 



BLAKEMAN'S THE 



hcf-.i-o ro'.crrcd to w^is passed. That wv,s an 
aot to raise soldiers, not to raise monci/. n> 
nreliminary and special purpose was to Fup- 
prcss in^tmcotion hv moans of an annou 
l..roe, to he raised in pursnanee of its piovi- 
Mons. If one town nuiy assess taxes to pay 
the oommntation nnmoy of tliu.sc who muy lie 
ilrafted. so may all; and the Goveininent 
would he left without a soldier for its p.otoc- 
tioii, and the nation surrendcrod into the 
iK.wer of those who aro warrin.;,' ioy its over- 
throw. !5v siteh a .■oiirse the wealth ami tax- 
ahlo property <d" tho eonminnity wonhl bo ili- 
vcrted froiii the defence of the (ioyernniont 
and theresouroesof the State would k> turned 
to its destruction, by depriving itol the moans 
ueoessary for its preservation. 

Wo therefore answer each ol flic mten-oga- 
torics in the negative. 



female lorbge. 



NEW JEWELRY STORE, 




Primo White on 00 

Straw Oil Mflft; 

COOPERAOF-— There ha* been uo »ale» re- 



speedy, and elTecfnal prescription* for tfielr per- po,tp,i tt,i, week. Our iiuotationn remain as 
mancnt cure, together with much valuable Infer- I follows ' 



mation. All who iUvor me with a deMire to read 
my work shall receive a sample copy by return 
mail, free of charge. 
Address 

JOUN B.OGDEN, M. D. 

No. GO NasBua St. New York, 
may 4-dfcwflTn. 



Pork barrels. No. 1 $1 .TOSl •♦•'> 

N0.2 1 15«1 ^ 

l^rd tierces ,,,,,,....•..•..•.•.••....•1 M 

Butter kegs..... • 1 ^ 

Lard kegs ......•••. 00 

Flour barrels. No, 1 45 



Four doors belov THOMPSON & BROTHER'S 

Bank, and next door Iwlow SHAW S 

Fashionable Hat Store, 

On Tlilrd Street, 

Can bo seen splendid 

SILVER TEA SETS, CAKE BASKETS, ICE 

PITCHERS, CASTORS, 

Solid Silver Spoons— Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Opal and Ruby Rings, Solid Gold Ear- 
nings aud Pins in sets, 

From #1S to #SO. 

1^10,000 worth of SETH THOMAS CLOCKS 

JUST RECEIVED. 

Those wl-hlng to '•"PPly »hemsolve8 with a per- 

feet Clock, will buy the SETH ^IiOMA^. 

CL«JCK of 

N.B.-The Cheap American Gothic Clock, at 
Factory prlws. All w arrante d to run well. 

A FINK As.sonT>iKNT of thc American 

manufactured Watch adjusted to heat and cold, 
and the most perfect timer made. A. BLAKE- 
MAN sells them at manufactory prices. Don t 
He sure that you call in at 



To CoNsu.MPTivi:s.— The advertiser 
having b<'en restored to health In a few weeks, 
by a very niinple remedy, after having suinr.sl 
years with a severe lung affection, and that dread 
disease. Consumption, is anxious to make know 11 
to hi'^fellow-suflerers the means of cure. 

T.) all who desire it, he will send a co'.iy of the 
Dre.^criiifion used (free of charge) with the oircc- 
tion'< for preparing and using the Pame, whicli 
they will find a siuK CuUK Koii C<>>srMi;iios, 
Asthma, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of 
the advertiser in sending the Prc-^criptiou, is to 
benefit thc afflicted, and spread lnf<jrination 
which he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes 
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost 
them nothing, and may prove a blessing. 

Rev. EuwAKi) A. Wilson, Williamsburg, 

myl-d&waml Kings County, New York. 

O. Ci'RTis, General Insurance Agent. 
Office in Thompson'H Block, Third street. 

L.H. Chute, Ageut for-Fdna Insurance Com- 
pany,. St. Anthony. 

June •24th, IWl. 



Jy 25-tf 

Tj^OR SALE, 

A neat Brick Cottage House and Lot. witha 
good well of waf.T tiiid out Buildings aud shad.' 
tree* &c , with five r.>om8 on first floor, a.so a 
ifo.Ml collar; within lipht minutos' walk of t!.e 
I'ostoftice ; cheap lor cash. For further rarlict;- 
laisen.niroof JAS. H. Ml KRA\, 

jyJMw Opposiie the American Hous.-". 

O rRO.MOTE~GOOD HEALTH 

ISF. Til". 

r>Aivr>KLro]N^ 

A NP 

Wild Cherry Bitters. 

In Pint Bottles, pric.- JOc; in Quart Bottle*, :.".c. 

The-e Bitters are compos, d of the best Koots^^ 

Barks an.l lleibs known, and peculiarly adapted 

to the iminediuie cure of all diseases prouuced by 

an inactive liv.-r. 

Dandelion and Wild ^^herry Bitters 

CURE SICK HEADACHE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherrv 'titters 

Cl KE JAl M'lCK. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CI;RE INDIGESTION. 
Dande'ion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE cosrn E^Fss. 

Dandelion and Wild Cl'.^o; '".♦";:?,„,' 
CURE HEAhf BURN. 

Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

C I i R E W E .V K N ESS. 

Dandelion and ™Chen^^mte|^^^^^ 

Dandelion and Wild Cherry Biiters 

CURE agi;e, 

In its worst forms. They perform these cures 
simply, by one office, regulating the liver. 
For sale by d.alers in .Medicines, everywhere. 
S. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor, 
Farmersburg, Clayton County, Iowa. 
For sale by E. II. Biggs, H. W. Robinson, Paul 



A «.,'rand proces.-ion. consisliT^g of th' Bnr.d 
Chariot, FreVeV ^iiver C <.rn.-t Band. a^";t«l ^^.\ 
Mr. La Rue. thc » liampiuu Drumuier. all of tin 



Wai-ous, Carriag-s, Hor-.' , - 

hi« at ion o'clock, for tu- purpose ».l 



i^.c, will I>o give.! 

each morning at"^ ion o'clock *■'" J" - l7''P"'tn'l 
demonstrating to tho pubhc tfieex-t.nr. force an 1 

superior! y of 

C \STELLO & V.\N VLECK'S 

MAMMOTH SHOW. 



ANH 

Blank Book Manufactory. 




dly 



TlIK AMKIttCAN EXPKKSS COMPANY 
having purchased of J. C Burbank & Co., certain 
routes herotofor.' run by them, would respect- 
fully state that they are now prepared to receipt 
through to New York, Chicago, and all iioint 
reached by Express, Freights, Packages and 
Moneys, and will attend to collecting Drafts. 
Notes and Accounts, and all General Express 
Business. For tariff rates call at their office, 2ir 
Third St., opjiosite Stage Office. 

Office hours from 7 A. M. to C I'. M. 

my-l-^m 



Wholosal.' Agent, address Clintli.'l.l,_ Mm 

Also— Huuiiugiou's Writing 1 uid; Howe k 
Stev<"us' Family Uyo Colors ; \ an pusen s >N orn. 
Confections: v'an DuBou's jriigical Blu.'Jng; Al- 
don's Condiliou Powders; lahuan^ Collins 
Coucentratod Extract of Lemon; lahnau & C ol- 
lins' 1 eathor Preservative: Dutchers Dead Shot 

for Bed y^-^J^^-^;:^^S!S'' 
m.v27-ly Wholesale and ReUil Agents. 



Tlie Px-eisis I^rintiiisr Co« 

Have in successful operation th" largest and most 
comp'ote Bindery in Minn.seta, embmcing the 
at.'si and most imiroved ui.ichinery. Employin \ 
oidv compeU'Jit uiid car.^fnl vorkiiien,ai d ue1:i • 
th.' bo.n atorial, thoy hope to continue to giv 
satisfaction to all. 

PAPER RrLEi>~TO ORDER, 

AKD TO ANY rATTi:rN, 

LED<SERS, DAY BOOKis, JOUR.NALS, COM- 
MERCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BUNK ROOKS OF EVERY KINP. 

MADK IX THK ItKST MANNl 11. 

Old BooUs He I3oiiii<l 

MA G.lyCJXi-S, PKniODlCA L i>, 

MXJSIC, &:o., Arc, 

Bound in Any Style Desired, 

From the lc--est priced work to the highest «t> le 



of the art. 



SAL E 



Tj^ O R 

rhe large two storv frame dwelling hou-o. 
known as the " roomers Houso." in " Ho.ooml' ■< 
Addition" tu St. Paul, about '« mile west of t>;o 
Canlemer Housr^. With the dwelling house ar.- 



E. F. WARNEi:, Agent. 



Half barrels. 



^O'i «|mi8Uke tho place. Be sure tnai you can m , 

!:?:.:::".:. ::■.:*.'.*.■.■.■.■.!!::*.'.■.!:'. » thhnew jhwelry store, apis-iy 



WOOirCARDINO AT MINNE- 
APOLIS, 

on the Wafer Power, at tho Falls, in Smith s 
Sash. Door and Blind Factory. ,.. , r 

The subscriber is ur. pared fo reeelve >\ ool for 
th.' purpose of CAIthlStJ into ROLLS, and wi 
conf nue to canl until late in the season. He wil 
bave nodlinculty in giving p»'rfect ''at.f 'Cino 
the Wool is properly prepared. Fine Merino 
Wool which is gummy and uticky, should bo 
^cansedwith sahsoda, [or otherwise,] to insure 

•^ W^c^^L WANTKi-For which the highest mar- 
ket price will bo paid, in cash. mrr 
jyi(i3td&tw&ltw A. WALCOTT. 





)tpX |)oticc.$» 



For RatM. Wire. Itoarlica, Aata, Bed 
Ruff«. -nollM «n Fura. W oollena. «c^ 
Mitaecta «« IMania.FowIa, AMiinala, *€- 

Put up in 2.5c, 5ac aud $t Boxes, Bottles and Flasks 

$:{aud JiSfor/Jo^W.', I'uhlic Institutions, <ic. 
"Only Infallible rcinsdies known." 
" Free from Poisons." „ 

" Not dangerous to the Human ra'P"J- 
" Rats come out of their holes to die. 

«3-Sold Wholesale in all large ciUcs. 

^Id bv all Druirei«f9 nn<l Retaih'rs everywhere. 

^\V BkvV VKK ! I of all worthless imitation.". 

J^Lee {hat 'f^cdsi-AuV namfs is on each Box. 
Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 

M- Address HE»«Y It. CO«XA». 

S: ^^... uKi-oT %^-^^^: ^• 

**" *°' ^ Wholesale and Retail Agents, 
ap30.dAw6m St.Panl,Mtnnesota. 



ST VTE OF Miyy ESOTA, CX)ONTV 
OF R \>I>EY— Dl-'trict Court, for Be*o.-..» 
Judicial District.— s». 

* U. S. Revenue Stamp, Ong » 
\ inal Process, .".nc-nts. \ 

Ira Bidwell, Plalntift, againM -'"''T'' /*fj'*; ;? 

l)P\Vilt C. Taylor, and Henry L.Moes, Do- 

feudants.— Suiuiuous. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To the ahore navicd nefeudantt -. 

You aud .-ach of vou are her.-hy summoned anl 
re.iuin'd to answer tho comidaint in tlds actu.a 
wl.icli complaint is on file in tfie office of l.io. 
Clerk of thi. (oiiit, an.l to.-^eivea coiiyofvuic 
answer to the said omplaint ou the subscri. .r. 




of seven pe 
disbursements. , ... .^.. 

Dated Saint Paul, Minn.. Juiie lOlh. 18W. 
GEO. L. OTIS, Plaintiff i- Attorney, 




THE 



SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESa 



"VOLUME III. 



S^INT P^XJL, THTJRSDA.Y. JULY 30, Iggg^ 



NUMBER 178. 



?hc Mnt fPaut ^tm. 



•twt«ikn«l I'Mitvd fltat«* < 



elal Paper. 



ttT This papor lia-< a larj'or Dally, rri\Vot>kb 
inJ \V.-'k!y cii.ilatioiit'.mnan) otliertn Miiiue- 
otft, aiiii i!i<'n>fi>ri' j>res>"ut'4 linlui'oniont!* to ad 
/ertlsiTi which tUey wiU not Bud oi*e\vherc. 



^ SAINT PAUL, TUUKSDAY, JULY 30. 



TntrttLOiv irccD. 



For a wholi' gonoratioii, 'I'luirlow Wccil 
hi3 bten utnoumrii by the Dcmooratii 
of'^ans as one of tlu' most dishoiu'st ami 
unsiTuimloius ('f lUe political ^nana};^•^^ 
who liavo bi'on f^encratud in tlie cornipi 
atinospluTo of Nl*w Yurie politics; and 
curiously enouj;li, the Whij^s and Uqmb- 
licans with whom he has bot-n associated 
h;ivc not denied the soft iinpeachnient. 
but h:ive re«^ardcd him somewhat as Na- 
polc m rejjarded the villain Foiuhc, whom 
h-' made his Prefect of Tolice. as the "dia- 
mond to cut the diamond" of Democratic 
knavery, and the "thief to catch the 
thieves " ot the Albany Ke>;;ency. 

He never had any other place in the 
Republican, or the Whig party, than thai 
of a caucus manager and log-roller ; and 
apparently no object in view but the suc- 
cess of the clique of politicians whose 
in.-trument he was. 

>Ve speak of Mr. Thurlow Weed in the 
past tense, for he has outlived not only 
Lis connection with the Republican party, 
but all the factitious personal (pialities 
and the meretricious pretences which once 
gave him a hold on the machinery of its 
organization. Nothing of this antiipie 
and fascinating manager of conventions 
has survived the slow leak of Time but 
the wrinkled skin and juieeless bone ot 
disappointed ambition — " the lean and 
slijipcred pantaloon, a world too wide 
for his shrunk shank," of a past reputa- 
tion, and the fierce personal animosities 
enf^endercd in obsolete caucus struggles 
which, to the narrow petulance of send- 
itv, typify and embrace all the suV stance 
and history of the vast contest, which is 
now rentling the Republic. 

The defeat of his long cherished plans 
for the nomination of Seward for the 
Presidency by the Chicago Convention, 
a defeat which he ascribed to Greeley's 
influence, represents in his mhid the ulti- 
mate, underlying and sufficient cause of 
the Southern Rebellion. 

Rage and mortification over that de- 
feat, have devoured every other sentiment 
of his heart. Hatred of Greeley and of 
everything with which Greeley is ever so 
remotely associated, is the one consum- 
ing passion of his blood. 

He publicly gave as his reason for 
abandoning the Picpublican party, that 
Greeley was connected with it, and he re- 
venges himself upon Greeley, by a whole- 
sale denunciation not only of his political 
but his personal affiliations. 

"Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans soul, sans 
everything," but this one emotion of per- 
gonal revenge, he remembers nothing, 
sees nothing, thinks of nothing but his 
old enemy, CJreeley. Since 18G0 all his 
remaining resources of life and strength 
Lave been devoted to wreaking an impo- 
tent fury upon Greeh^y. He fancies that 
Greeley is the Montague as he, Weed, 
is the Capulet of the civil war. It is safe 
to say he hates Greeley a thousand times 
worse than he hates Jell. Davis, and that 
be would a thousand times rather i)ut 
down Greeley than crush the Southern 
Rebellion. Every cloud of public dan- 
ger, every new national disaster, is sure 
to call out a feeble, long-winded letter 
from the garrulous old man, charging 
the whole responsibility upon Greeley 
and the Tribune. These exhibitions of 
senile rage and petulance have long ago 
ceased even to amuse the public, and are 
quite too weak and childish to excite any 
other emotion than pity and contempt 
for the wretched old beldame from whom 
they emanate. 

The last (Heaven grant it be the last !) 
of these ridiculous ellusions is an attempt 
to divide the responsibility for the recent 
New York riot between " the ultra al)oli- 
tlonists" — by which he always means 
Greeley — and the secession traitors. 

And the Pioneer with a solemn uncon- 
sciousness of the joke of the thing which 
has all the elTectof a deliberate witticism, 
gravely (piotes this infantile drivel of an 
insane dotage as the text of a like feeble- 
furious assault on the Administration and 
the Press ! The superstructure of jar- 
gon is worthy the foundation of nonsense, 
and the smile which the text excites, the 
sermon ripens into laughter. 



md finally, that Gov. Seymour shall put 
nmsclf at the head ot his State troops, in 
)attle array against the (Jovernment. 
fhat is the infernal scheme as brought 
>ut in the World. 

It happens however, that the Supreme 
( \)urt has alreaily decided the (luestion 
.m which the issue is to be made. The 
following citation by the New York 7Vi- 
iunc, covers the case completely, and 
blows the whole rascallv plot into the 

air: 

The case of MIcmnn ac/t. liooth, '2\ IIow- 
.ml's Supivme Conn RejiortrJ, .')0 >, is well 
kUovvu, Iwth to tlic hfjal prolission and the 
iiantiy, as ihat in wli.ch the ellbrt ol' the 
>niiieiiio Court ol' Wise us n to protect a tlli- 
/.en ot' th.u State a.ruins! Fcilcial inMseciition 
nas linally ileteateil. Liooth was arrested on 
I I nitcd isia:es rommiss.oner'.s warrant, tor 
lid nj? antl al)ett ng the esi.n;'C of an a;ie,:,'ed 
t.i;,' t ve wlio had l)een arresied under the Kn- 
,'itive sliive Act of ISiO. lie \va> d schar;'eil 
irom ihe custodv of the U.S. Marshall hy the 
Supreme fonrt of the f^tate, on the jrrouud 
ihat the Fn^'itive Slave Act was uneonsfitii- 
i »)iial ; exae.ly the jrround on which it is now 
proposed that" a conscript shall t>e (liscliar>,'etl, 
-o tliat the two eases are in all respects iden- 
iteal. liooth was Icffally in die custody of the I'. 
>. Marshal, just as the consi riiit will he lc- 
l,',dly in the custoily of the rroMisi-Maishal. 
ilutthe Unite. 1 States C'onrt decides not only 
that h- should not have been disehari,'e(l be- 
cause the law was constituiional, but goes fur- 
ther and deelii-es it to be tin duiy oftiie Mar- 
shal not to oho/ the piirrpt oftlw State nut Inn- 
it </. He is to "make known to the State Jud,i;e 
that he holds tlu' pri-ioner under a United 
states process, but he is not to produce the 
prixiiner in obedience to the writ of Inibeas 
corpus tVoni the State Court. This decision is 
the unanimous opinion of tlie Supreme C«)urt 
of the United st ites, and is pronounced by no 
less a person than Mr. Chief Justice Taney 
himself. It is so full and emphatic, and so 
comi»lotely ilispo.ses i>fthe whole case, that we 
copy the" material portion of the opinion. 
Judi^e Taney says : 

'•We do not .}uestion tho authority of n Stnte 
Court or .liiilj;i', who !.•* diithorizeil l>y tin- laws ol 
the Static to issue the writ of li:d)ens corpus, to 
issue it iu uuv ease where the party i;* iiuprisoucil 
xvittdn its tertitorial liniitx, pro\ iiled it do> s not 
appear when the application is uuiile that tlie 
persiou iniprisouiil is in custody loider the au- 
thoritv of the I'ldted States. Tlie foiirt or .hulge 
lias a i-ight to iiiipKre, ill this mode ot proeeetl- 
iu»r, for what cau.-e auil by what iiuthuity the 
prisouer Is coutined within the territorial liinit.s 
of the State sovereijiiity ; and it is the du'v ol llio 
Marshal, or other person having the cusioily ot 
prisouer, to make known to the .ludce or t'ourt. 



liv a proper return, the authority by whieli In 
holds liiut in custody. Iliis riKlit to iiKjuin- liy 
process ot Imheas corpus, and the duty et tlu- olli- 
eer to tna'ice a return, jfrow necessarily out of the 
eoinple.x char.icter of our (iovernment, and the 
e.xisleuee of two distinct and sejiarate .soverei;{ii- 
ties within the territorial space, each of tlioin re- 
stricted iu its powers, and each witliin its apliert 
of action, pre>crilKd by the Constitution of the 
liiited .>t.i!es, iudepe'iulent of the other. But 
after tlie return is made, and the .State .Iudf?e or 
Court judicially apprised tliat the narty is iu cus- 
todv under the authority of thn I uited States, 
thev can jiroceo,! no further. They then know- 
that the prisoner is within iho dominion and ju- 
risdiefiou ot another (iovernment, timt that iiri- 
th< r the iTtt or'/ialieni crjiuii, nor any nthc-pt-o- 
resit iiii<ne)( innler Stnte niithi>rit>i, ran piiim over 
the liiir o/ttiri.<Ii>ii litti'-etn the tfn aurereiynties. 
He is then within the liominion iiint e.rcliiniirejif 
rislietion o/the I'nited Stoten. If he luxs com- 
initted an ollense njjainst their laws, their tribu- 
nals alone can puuiih him. If he is wroiijrfully 
imprisoned, tlien judicial tribunals can release 
liiiu and atlbrd liiiii redress. And although, as 
we have said, it is the duty of the Marshal, or 
other |)erson holding him, to make known l)y a 
proper return tlie authority under wi ich he de- 
luius him, it /< iit tli'- aitme time iinpenitirrly hiii 
duty toobeii the proeess of the I'liiteii i>tiitvs, to 
liold the /)<-iS(»ier i»i custody uuder it, and to r- ■ 
pi.ii' obeditnce to the mandate ar prore.<» of ami 
other Uorrrnvtent: And consequently it /.< /i/s 
ditty not to take the prisoner, nor suffer him to 
he tak> n,l'f/ore a State Judge nr Court upon n 
habeas corpus issued under State authority Xo 
State .Iielge or Court, alter tlioy are judicially iu- 
f..riued that the party Is imprisoned uuder the 
authority of the fnited States, has any light to 
interfere vvitli him, or to reijuire h lu to be 
brought beiore them. And if the autliority of a 
stale, in the form of judicial process or other- 
wise, should attempt to control the .Marshid or 
other aiithoriic^'d oUicer or agent of the inited 
.Mates, iu any renpect. in the custody of his pris- 
oner, it wnuit/ lie his duty t" resist it, and to call 
to liis <ti<l II ■ly/'-ree that inii/lit be necessitry to 
iiiiiintaiit tUt authority ii/litw aj/ai'ist ilteg I in- 
terference. No judicial "process, whatever form 
it inay assume, can liaveauy lawful authority out- 
side of the limits of ilie jurisdiction of tlie Court 
or .Judge ov whicli it is itisued; and an att'-uipt 
to enforce It beyond these boundaries is nothing 
less than l,vwlk.s» VioLKJiCK."— (21 Howard .>. 
C. U. m-^.) 

» » ♦ « ♦ 

The Pioneer substantially admits our 
allegation, that the parties who "are ma- 
king the money out of the Goverument 
during the war," in this State, arc Demo- 
crats ; but then it says they have a right 
to. Certainly ; thai is one of their 
"constitutional rights," — as Democrats - 
and no Republican ought to be permitted 
to infringe upon priviliges, which are 
sanctioned by a custom as old as the 
siibtreasury, established by all the tradi- 
tions of the party, and fortified against 
invidious criticism by the respectable pre- 
cedents of Cave, and Corcoran, and Star- 
key, and Fowler, and Floyd, and so on 
to the crack of doom. 

Now, in return for this m.ignaniinous 
concession on our part, will our neighbor 
be kind enough to inform us who are the 
" baker's dozen of politicians who control 
the Republican party in this State," and 
who have all " made money out of the 
Government during the war?" It would 
be very desirable, indeed, to know the 
names, if we may not app'-oach the august 
presence, of that potential and af&uent 
duO'decemviri who hold our destinies in 
the hollow of their hands and — pockets. 

Come — tell us — who arc these invisible 

Twelve Apostles ? — and what Judas has 

betrayed them to our neighbor? Out 

with it, neighbor I Dont 

*' Let concealment like a worm i' the bud 
Feed on your damask clicck." 



Indians at Main Prairie. 

Tlirots IIoiTHOCi Stolon. 

Correspondeuce of tho St. I'aul Press. 

A correspondent sends us the follow- 
ing account of the Indian depredations at 
Main Prairie, which were briefly narrited 
in the letter from Mr. Gale published 
yesterday : 

Main Pu.muik, July 27. 

If matters go on in this way I shall 
soon be styled "your Regular Corrcs- 
pondwnt at the Seat of War." We had 
pretty well recovered our calmness, and 
Indian stories were going at a great di^- 
couiit, and as our neighbors at Fair Ha- 
ven had obtained a garrison, and our 
own Fort was the rendezvous of a large 
scouting parly, we naturally concluded 
that there were no Indians in the vicinity, 
as the practice is generally to put a force 
into a place just in time to be too late to 
do any good. The news that one of our 
neighbors h.^il his horses stolen, fell on 
us like thunder from a cloudless sky. 

This morning at about three, Mr. 
Black, a German residing about two 
miles north of the Fort, (our Fort which 
wc built last Summer) was awakened by 
his dog barking. I'pon going out he 
found several persons engaged in taking 
liis horses from the stable. When they 
saw him they desisted and slunk into the 
brush. He drove the horses back and 
returned to the house for his gun, inteiid- 
iiM' to mount cuard over the .stable. 
When he returned they were just making 
olf with the horses. He fired at them 
and they fired thrice in return. All the 
shots were without effect. The Indians 
then rode oil" into the brush. Ry day- 
light the neighbors were alarmed and as 
soon as the word spread, the scouts at 
Fair Haven and Main Prairie repaired to 
the spot, it appeared that the thieves 
had had a rondczvous in the woods at no 
great distance, and that they had kejit 
three or lour horses ti«.'d up lor a day or 
more. 

The signs were of seven or eight horses 
and as many or more Indians. The trail 
is plain, and about forty men, citizens, 
scouts, and soldiers, are on it. So far it 
seems to lead towards Forest City. 

LATKK. 

There are rumors of four more horses 
stolen the same night in the (Jerinan set- 
tlement between Main Prairie and St. 
Cloud, but from circumstances, it seems 
not certain but they may have strayed 
away. 

Some people here, and as wc under- 
stand a good many down the river, are 
always ready to cry ''white mot" on the 
occasion of any depredations, but if horse 
thieves, both professional and amateur, 
have not learned that ihe present is more 

unfavorable for the exercise of their pro- 
fession than a time of profound peace, 
some one had better tell them so in plain 
words. We are only badly enough fright- 
ened to be vigilant and ready to repel 
the attack of depredators of whatever 

complexion. 

\YILL WATKINS. 



§tw ^^Avtxtmtumt^. 



V¥^ ANTED 

IXJ KKNT— A HouBo within a few lulnutca 

walk of the Tost tHlli-e Would like a lease for 

one. two or three year*. I'onseiiulou desired 

either now or lu tliu faU. <;»" .»> o^ »d»^:«»8 

jy30 t/ PIIICSS OFFICE. 



H 



ORSE STRAYED OR STOLEN, 



from the subscriber at hl« resldenco in Rono 
lown-hip near iho St. Authouy road, about tho 
middle of Juiu-. »aid horae U of d rk brown 
color, with a white Htii|H» In tho ftcfl, right eye 
blind, a little knee-sprung, and of rather small 
si^e. Anv Informatlou which %vill lead to Uls re- 
covery will b*' suitably rewarded by 
j)»u lw» JOll.N A. Davis, Uo»e Township. 



B 



0.\RD WANTED, 



Ity a Oentleman, In a plain private family. Ad- 
dress .1. O r., .-t. I'auI i'Oit ' 'lUce, slating loca- 
tion and terms, which mum be low; situtft also 
the si»e uf room aud number of beds (it more 
ihau one.) jyJU-lt* 



A 



UCTION S.VLE. 



K. &.I.M. WAItNKK, will sell this Thursday 
morning. (Wth July,) lO o'clock, a small .juantay 
of Drugs, 1 double gun, 1 Allen's patent Jille, 1 
Adam's I'riutiuK I'ress. typ-, stands and nppur- 
lenauce-, 1 pair DrugKi-st's i..a»leH, i che»t carpen- 
ter's tools, aud a varu ty of articles too numerous 
lo nieutiuu. .Sale at their store, cor. T turd and 
Wabashaw streets. jy3U-lt 



F 



URNITURE AUCTIONS. 



till Saturday next, tH'forn commencing our 
stock .sale, we wilt sell a haud.4ome walnut cham- 
ber set complete, liedding, Steves aud other Fur- 
niture, till Moiiduv, at the re.-idence of the late 
C.T.Hewitt, on Fort-st., a few doors from tin- 
Siielliiig House, we .sell Tailor, (.lianib r aud 
Kitchen Fuiiiilur.-'. Both sales will commence 
at XINK o'clock. 

jy:K>-jt FAIItCUILOit MAUCH. 



Vy A N T E D , 

A voung man to aasist in the Grocery Business. 

^""'* •" A. II. WIMUISH. 
jy2<» Jackaon-at. 

n r)()f I IJUSHELS OATS, 



For sale by 
jy-s 



ino nsrn-U Salt, 

ton liarrels X.\ Flour, 

GF.O. E. SCHNABEL, 
Cor. Jackson aud l'ourth-.st.>^^. 



G'"^ 



REAT BARGAINS. 



. he best bargain one can make in anythiujj is 
t> purclia<e n First Class an'cle at a low rate, 
rills is the sort of b.ir-ains A. H. WIMBISH is 
giving his customers every day, at lus Grocery 
Store, on Jackson-street. je'_'4-tf 



w 



A N T E D 



LATEST NEWS, 

'By Telegi'apli. 

DETAILS OF tIbE ATTACK ON 

FORT U AtiNER. 



Rebels Slauglilcr Federals and 

Rebels, while the Federals 

Slaughter Rebels and 

Federals. 

Terrible Carnage Among 
Union Soldiers. 



RUMORS OF A AVAR WITH 
ENGLAND. 



panions were acting as guides for Morgan, 
when the latter discovering our forces 
closing in upon him offered to aurronder 
to him in order that he might secure 
term.s to suit himself. Burink at once 
granted the terms which Morgan pro- 
posed. 

A few moments afterwards Sbackleford 
took charge of the gang, refusing to re* 
cognixe the terms of surrender. 

Morgan will doubtless bo sent back to 
Columbus kiid lodged in the penitentiar}'. 

The draft takes place in this Sute in a 
few days. 

MOUTHIEBli ^KW¥M. 



Earl Russell Notified that 

England Must Build No 

More Pirates. 



Civil ^War in Oveece. 



BLOOD FLOWING IN THE 
STREETS OP ATHENS. 



A young lunn of good education and address, 
to travel w ilh au exhibitiou. as showman and 
explanatory lecturer. iSalary liberal. Address, 
with references, 

jy -.jlt-tf Bpx IW7, St. Paul, Min. 



F 



armi:k wanted. 



I want a responsible man and wife to take 
charge t>f luy lariii and slieep on shares, 300 
acres of land— '.lu of it under plow. 200 shocp or 
more. Addrei<8, 

Jy7-tf U. W. BARRY, Dundas, 



D 



RAWING CLASS. 



Mr. BAItTLETT, Artist, over Munger's Music 
.Store, Third st., will form a class to \>e taught 
Drawing Terms •<• per -oar e:. To commence 
August .id at bis Studio. jy24-2w 



C 



lOOK WANTED. 



REBELS THREATENING 
PARIS, KY. 

(lOld $11 Premium iu Rich- 
moui!« 

SAVANNAH PREPARING FOR 
AN ATTACK. 



Mercury's Accouvt of th« Attack •■ 
Fort vrM«:n«r— OOO F«d4Prals Barlctd 
— Mosrcrana Tlovins' on Atlia«<«— 
C3r»n( dblppinar Troop* to Atttack 
Aloiaie. 

New York, July 29. 

The Charleston Mercury's account of 
the late attack on Fort Wagner, admits 
that our forces held a portion of the fort 
over an hour under a most galling fire. 
The rebels captured over 200 prisoners, 
including a few negro troops, and buried 
over COO of our dead. 

The rebel loss is estimated at 100. 

The rebels state that the bombardment 
was terrific, but their men were amply 
protected by bomb proofs. 

The Atlanta Confederacy of the 23rd 
states that the city is preparing to defend 
itself from an anticipated attack by Rose- 
crans. 

New Yokk, July 29. 

Rebel dispatches, dated Mobile, July 
21, state no change in affairs to-day. 

The enemy are busily engaged in tear- 
ing up the track between Brandon and 
Jackson. They burned the depot at the 
latter place last night. 

Grant is preparing to fall back, as there 
is no water in his front. 

Our army has gone into permanent 
camp. 

Grant is reported as shipping troops 
down the Mississippi River for the pur- 
pose of attacking Mobile. 

Lieut. Gen. Hardee has arrived and 
taken command under Johnston. 

Pemberton's corps will be organized 
immediately and placed in the field. 

FRO.H KESTTUCKY. 



MIDNiaHT REPORT. 



An Imporlant Movement from 
Vicksburs^. 



Jobn Morgan Bound for 
the Ohio Penitentiary. 



PJtO.HOTIOXM I.** THE FOCUTU 

itECii.nE.^r. 

The (ollowing promotions in the 4th 
regiment are additional those published 
yesterday : 

First Lieut. John N. Morrill. Capt., 
vice Martin, resigned. 

Second Lieut. Charles C. Hunt, First 
Lieut., vice Morrill, promoted. 

Serg't Charles W. Douglas, Second 
Lieut., vice Hunt, promoted. 

First Lieut. W. F. Wheeler, Capt., vice 
White, resigned. 

Second Lieut. James Drvsdale, First 
Lieut., vice Wheeler, promoted. 

Sergeant Adrian K. Norton, Second 
Lieut., vice Drysdale, promoted. 

Second Lieut. Sam'l Isaacs, First 
Lieut., vice Teerner, killed. 

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FIVE I.^DIAIVM NEE:V TVEAK TUE 
l<0«¥£n ACrEXCY. 



A Woman to do tho plain cooldng In a Hotel. 
Inquire at this olTice. iy25-lw* 

FOR ARMY SUPPLIES. 

OFflCK CoMMISS.\RY OF SCB'«ISTKKCB, ) 

UeeKK Lkvkf., Saint Paul, Mix., > 
July :i7th, 18C3. > 

Hesiled !E*r"oposals 

Will be received at this oflBcc until 12 o'clock M., 
AUGUST 5th, 1863, 

For furnishlug the following subsistence stores 
for the use of the United States Army. 

FOR DELIVERY SEPTEMDER 1st, 18G3. 

»,000 rounds City Cured Hams, caiivassi'd, 
iu barrels (full bead lined.; 

00,000 Pounds good, clean dry brown Sugar, 
iu barreU (full head lined.) 

'ZiO Bushels fine dry Salt, 50 pounds to the 
ttushel, in double sacks, the outsicl>3 
sack to be gunny and to be ro-sewcd. 

1,100 Gallons of Molasses, in lialf barrels. 

.>.000 Pounds' good Dried Aiiiihtf, put up lu 
ti^ht barrels (full head lined.) 

■i,U<>0 Pounds good Green Tea in half chei ts. 

l.OOO Gallons best quality C'ucunftb(>r 
Pickles— to he deliveied October Ist, 'ttJ. 



MORNING REPORT. 



Peg-ram Xear mcniuoad— Bl« fftanta 
to Aasiiit norg-an— DUposal of onr 
Forces. 

CiNCiXNATi, July 29. 

The following information was received 
at headquarters last night : 

Col. Fegram, with between 1,600 and 
2,000 men, crossed the Cumberland 
River, Kentucky, and have since naoved 
north toward Richmond. He was in the 
vicinity of that place at last accounts. 

The prevailing opinion here m mibtary 
circles, is that when Pegram started, he 
was not aware of the capture of Morgan, 
and contemplated assisting him to escape. 

The disposal of our forces in Kentucky 
is such as will render it impossible for 
him to advance much further or escape. 



TheFlorMs l^Hts la tmw ■■ # ■ ! »■■/— 
CiTllltr •' tko BrttUk.— 0or C*p- 
tanM.— Alio kM booa wickia Wtttf 
■illM mrm»w Y*rk.— Sakal Um. 

Halipat, Jtdf 29. 

The Brig Devonshire with Bermada 
dates to the Slit of July arrived to-day. 

The privateer Florida arrived at Ber- 
muda on the 18th to repair damage to 
machinery and take in coal. She anchor- 
ed at first outside and on tlie following 
day, was allowed to enter the harbor. 
She saluted the Britlab flag, and the sal- 
ute was returned. A considerable in- 
terchange of civilities has taken place be- 
tween the oiEcers of the Florida, and the 
shore. The papers have been filled with 
communications laudatory of the craft, 
officers and crew. 

Since the advices of the 4th the Florida 
has destroyed twelve other vessels. Tbe 
name oi only one is given, the brig Wm. 
D. Nash, of Cherryfield, bound from New 
York to Marseilles with a cargo of lard, 
mostly on French account. The Nash 
was captured on the 8th in lat. 40 long. 
70. After the best of her stores wore re- 
moved she was destroyed. 

The Florida lately ran within 50 miles 
of New York in search of the Erics- 
son, which she chased some time but the 
Ericsson escaped along the shore in a fog. 
She shortly afterwards destroyed the 
Nash. 

There had been serious altercations 
between the members of the 39th Regi- 
ment and the men of the blockade runners 
in Bermuda, but the authorities promptly 
interfered and restored quiet. 

Exaggerated Southern accounts of 
Lee's raid were brought by the Uockade 
runners. 

The , Venus, from Wilmington, with 
dates to the 8th, says, Harrisburg is in 
Lee's hands, and other accounts eqnallr 
as correct. 

New Yokk, July 29. 

The brig John Fremont, from Bermuda 
the 22d, has arrived. The pirate Florida 
was there coaling and caulking, and did 
not expect to leave for thirty days. 

The whaling schooner New Bedford ar- 
rived on the 22d, with considerable oil, 
and would ship it home by a British ves- 
sel. 



EVENING REPORT. 



TWENTY MEN IN PURSUIT. 



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A xirnicjAX. EXPi.O(iio:v of 

TUe NKW YOUK PI^UT. 

We have already called attention to 
the scheme of Seymour, Wood, and 
Brooks, as announced by the World, for 
nullifying tho conscription law, resisting 
the draft, and arraying the State of New 
York in armed hostility to the Federal 
Government. * 

A drafted man was to sue for a Habeas 
Corpus, from some Court presided over 
by a Copperhead Judge, who, upon 
hearing the case, was to pronounce the 
conscription law unconstitutional, and 
order the discharge of the conscript. 
The Provost Marshals have, however, 
been directed not to produce the deser- 
ters or conscripts before the State courts 
iu obedience to a writ of habeas corpus, 
and the World, in order to meet this dif- 
ficulty, proposes that a Marshal refusing 
obedience to the writ should be proceeded 
againsb by attachment, for contempt, and 
that the Sheriff serving that process shall 
appeal to the State militia to enforce it, 



AX OUTUAftiE on THE FHEEJUO.II 
OF THE PIKEKIM. 

The dignity of journalism and the 
"freedom of the press" received a terri- 
ble blow the other day in the person of 
Brick Pomeroy, the Copperhead individ- 
ual who edits the La Crosse Democrat, 
who was suddenly capsized in the streets 
of La Crosse by a military gentleman, 
who considered himself insulted by some 
of Brick's effusions. 

From the deprecatory and apologetic 
manner in whi' h Brick alludes to the 
fracas — from the way ** he dolls hi.s lion's 
hide and hangs a sheep-skin on his recre- 
ant limbs," wc judge he was suffering at 
the time from the double effects of a sound 
thrashing and the fear of a worse one, 
and he certainly deserves a worse one for 
the tameness with which he submits to the 

assault — if for nothing else. 

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Peusonai.. — We were pleased to no- 
tice thejretum of Rev. S. Ilawlcy to the city 
yesterday, after an absence of several weeks. 
; He will now remain permanently iu St. Paul. 



The following is a copy of a letter from 
Lieut. Col. J. F. Marsh, of the Ninth 
Regiment, to Col. Wilkin, of St. Peter: 
Hladqiaiiti-rs, Fout Rivlkv, I 
July 26th, 186.3. S 

Our sconts have just come in and report 
Imvinj? surprised a party of five Indians, 
about two miles l>clow the Lower Apcncy. 
They came .so suddenly upon them that the 
Indians tied, leaving behind them some game 
that they were at the time in the act of dress- 
ing and preparing for dinner. 

Our scouts pursued them down; the river to 
within about six miles of the Fort, when they 
lost the trail and returned to camp to rei)Ort. 

I have dispiitthcd twenty men, who I hope 
may snccced in trapping the scoundrels. 

DEATIIM MTf THE FIFTU REOf- 

.hext. 

From a private, we learn that the fol- 
lowing deaths have occurred in the Fifth 
Regiment : 

Edwin T. Preston, Company I, swamp fever, 
July 10. 

Warren Woodbur.-, Co. G, of St. Faul, 
.swamp fever, July 11. 

Corporal McNamce, Co. I, Minneapolis, 
swamp fever, July 11. 

First Lieut. Wm. Organ, Co. K, Stillwater 
at Memphis, fever. 

Lieut. Jere Howell, Co. II, July 17, at 
Young's Point, of cholera morbus. 



Gkn. SicKi.K-s has recovered suffici- 
ently to go to his home. He is now at 
his fine suburban residence on the Hud- 
son. Every attention was paid him on 
bis route. A revenue cutter was placed 



Small camples to accompany propofa!)'. The 
bo.\is containing the same to bu carefully labelled 
on tho ."Idc. 

The stores to be inspected by such Inspectors 
as may be appointed by the under(«igued. 

Bidders may propose for thn whole or a part of 
any article. 

No bid will be received unless from parties 
knovrn to the undersigned, without a guarantee 
from two responsible parties for the faithful fnl- 
fillraent of the contract, if awarded. 

The cost of , ackages to be included in the price 
of the article, and each package tobe marked with 
the contfuts and the name of the poison furnish- 
ing the article, and the dite of contract. 

Proposals for different articles must be on sep- 
arate sheets of paper. 

Kach bid must have a printed copy of this ad- 
vertisement pasted at its head, and must be spc 
cific in complying precisely with all the terms. 

All to be delivered free of drayagc at the Com" 
missary Store House, on the Upper Levee, or at 
such place iu the city of Saint Paul, as may be 
required by the undersigned. 

Tho undersigned reserves tho right to reject 
any or all bid^. 

Proposals to In? endorsed " Proposals for Sub- 
sistence Stores." 

Payment to bo made in such funds as may be 
furnished by tho United States. 

Stores to bo weighed by tho city weigher, or by 
the undersigned, if required. 

A copy of the recent laws with reference Ua 
contracts and contractors may be found at this 
office, and will be furnished contractors for their 
information and guidance. 

I'roposals from contractors who have previous- 
ly failed to comply with their bids ; from disljyal 
persons ; those interested in more tlwn on« bid, 
nr where the bidder is not present to respond to 
his hid, will not bo considered. 

A bond with good security will be required. 

FOKM OF GUAKANTEE. 

We, ,of tho County of , and State 

of , do hereby guarrantee that .is able 



THE ITAR K^i VfROFXIA. 

Vnlon Pickets near Rappahannock 
Mtation— Rel>«I Pickets in sig-Iit.— 
Mtuart A«ai8rn<>il to C'ominanil of tn- 
/antry.— Mrbel Uealgrn to R«'-occnpy 
Frrdertck«l»urjr.— ^riiar»e« Reatroy- 
«d at Acquia Cr«fk. 

New Youk, July 29. 

The Herald has the following. 
A Union force now occupies the north 
bank ol the Rappahannock river near the 
Station. The fortifications erected by 
Gen. Pope serve to screen our pickets 
from the enemy's observation. Their 
pickets mounted and dismounted are in 
plain view, and cavalry patrol their beats 
within a short carbine range. 

The river at this point is not fordable 
for a large force although i would be pos- 
sible for a small boily of cavalry to cross. 
It is stated by rebel prisoners that 
Stuart no longer commands the rebel 
cavalry, but has been assigned to an in- 
fantry corps, and has been succeeded in 
the cavalry service by Fitz Hugh Lee. 
New Yokk, July 29. 
A Washington dispatch to the Herald 
says it is stated by secession sympathizers 
in "this city, usually well mformed in re- 
gard to rebel movements, that Gen. Lee's 
army is to reoccupy its former positions 
south of the Rappahannock at Freder- 
icksburg. There is reason to belioe the 
Goveriiiiient anticipated such a move- 
ment of the rebel lorces. 

The destruction of what remained of 
wharves and buildings at Acquia Creek 
three days ago by the rebels, is another 
evidence ot this determination, as it was 
evidently to embarrass, as much as pos- 
sible, the re-establishmcnt of a base ol 
supplies at that place. 



FRO:«i: CHARIiESTOir. 



FROM ^«^ASHl^C}'ro:V. 



Prospect of a ^Var with Eii«rliantl— 
Notification to Earl Huaaell— Priva- 
teers to be Captured in Rritiab 
Ports— Onr ;«fav.r Ready for a For- 
«i||rn Foe. 

New Yohk, July 29. 

The Herald's Washington dispatch 
says : 

Farl Russell has before this, been in- 
formed that the United States will not 
permit the fitting out of vessels of war 
in British ports to prey upon our com- 
merce, and that if it is allowed to proceed, 
we shall not hesitate to go into British 
ports to capture such vessels. If this be 
war, England must make the most of it. 

In a little while, all the principal South- 
ern ports, from Virginia to Texas, will 
be garrisoned with Union troops, and 
our whole navy, except what may be re- 
quired to keep open the navigation of the 
Mississippi, will be liberated for opera- 
tions against a foreign foe. 

There are indications that the British 
government will take a sensible view of 
the course, and avoid anj- collision with 
the United States ; but if it should not, we 
shall unijuestionably have a foreign war 
on our hands without delaA'. 



The Assault of Fort "Wagunr.—tt was 
Held Two Hoars.— Terrible Car 
nag-e.— Fort Sumter Kills Rebels and 
the <>>unboats Federals.— Promise of 
Success. 

New York, July 29. 
The following is a letter from an officer 
on board the Chippewa in Charleston 
harbor : 

Charleston, July 19.— The Chippewa 
has gained great credit for going nearer 
than any of the other gunboats, and firing 
faster and making the best shots, &c. 
Yesterday we were on the right of the 
wooden sides next to the Monitors. The 
rebels gave us but very few shots, giving 
most ot their attedtion to the Monitors, 
and new Ironsides and batteries. 

The gunboats were engaged from 8 a. 
M. till after 7 P. M. 

The iron-clads engaged the rebels at 
little after 12, but our work was play- 
some compared with the charge in the 
face of the lire from Fort Wagner and 
Sum er. If the move had been made two 
or even one hour earlier than it was. 
Fort Wagner would have been ours at 
this moment. 

After they got in it wa« dark. Those 
say who lived to get out again, that the 
rebels fired on rebels and Union on Union, 
Sumter killing as many rebels as it did of 
our men, aud our batteries killing and 
wounding as many friends as foes.^ 

The carnage — for I cannot call it any- 
thing else — was awful. 

Our loss was from 1,000 to 1,600 
wounded and missing. It is said that 
the Massachusetts 2ot.h Regiment led the 
van, and all but si.x officers were killed, 
wounded or taken prisoners. They 
fought very hard. Our men were in the 
Fort something like two hours, and it was 
noth ng but the confusion and darkness, 
not being able tc tell friends from £oea, 
that obliged them to get out. 

Wagner is destined to be ours. It will 
be, for Gilmore is not the man to give up. 



FBOn «RVECB. 

Civil R'ar in Athens-Rlood Wlmwimg 
in the Streets— A Trace for fertr- 
eig-ht hours. 

BosTOX, July 29. 

"Dickens" writes to the Traveller 
from Athens, Greece, under date of July 
4, as follows : 

•' I am now in the midst of civil war. 
Partv spirit and love of rule have at. Ust 
divided the soldiers and citizens into two 
bands, and in the streets and squares of 
the city blood has been flowing for two 

"July first and second the battle was 
incessantly raging, and the sound of guns 
and cannon told us that the work of death 
was going on. 

' 'Yesterday through the intervention of 
the Ministers of the three protecting pow- 
ers, France.England and Russia,a.tnice of 
forty-eight hours was proclaimed, which 
will end to-night or to-morrow, and the 
above named ministers have proclaimed 
that if fighting should commence during 
the time of the truce they will all leare 
the place, go on board ships and inrita 
all under their protection to go also, and 
cut off all connection with a country from 
which true patriotism seems to be forever 
exUed." 

•OIJTHER2V nM^r: 

An Cndirnant Rehel SheeS.- 
fU.OO in Richasend.— •« 
Prepartmf for Defense. 

Fortress Monroe, July 29. 

The flag of truce steamer New York 
arrived from City Point last evening. 
She brmgs Richmond dates to the 27th. 

The following are extracts from Rich- 
mond papers. The Fayetteville N. C. 
Observer insists that Dr. Morris, Presi- 
dent of the Telegraph Company, shoald 
dismiss the enterprising reporter who in- 
vented the story ^of Gen. Lee's taking 
•10,000 prisoners. 

Gold is worth $11,00 in Richmond. 

The Ma^'or of Savannah has issued a 
Proclamation, requesting all residents of 
the city to organize for home defense, 
and all managers of stores, workshops. 
and other places of business, to close 
them at 2 o'clock Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday, for the purpose of drill. He 
directs an enrollment to be made of ere- 
ry man in the city capable of bearing 
arms. 



FRO.n^ IfASHEXClTO^. 

Chief ot Ordnance Appointed.— Ris- 
missals for Rislojalty. 

W.vauiXGTOX, Jnly 29. 

Commander Henry A. Wise has been 
appointed Chief of the Bureau of Ord- 
nance in the Navy Department. 

In the list oWismissals from the mili- 
tary service on Saturday last, as officially 
announced, are the following : 

Major Granville O. Haller, 7th U. S. 
infantry, for disloyalty, and the utter- 
ance of disloyal sentiments. Capt. Wm. 
H. Bark, l*Jth Ohio Vols., for treasona- 
ble language and disloyalty. Capt. H. 
P. Merrill, 11th N. Y. heavy artillery, 
for repeated utterance of treasonable and 
disloyal sentiments. Lieut. W. B. De- 
silva. Kith Ohio Vols., lor writing and 
publishing a highly disloyal and unbe- 
coming letter. 



FROR KBimJCKT. 



Ftuierai ef Hen. JTehn 9. CrtSteadea 
—Candidate for CengrreM — Heve- 
aaenss ef Reft»9ls. 



Cincinnati, July 29. 

The funeral of John J. Crittenden took 
place at Frankfort this morning. The 
ceremonies were of a most imposing char- 
acter. 

Judge Buckner, speaker of the Ken- 
tucky House of Legislature, announces 
himself as independent candidate for 
Congress, against Brutus J. Clay. 

Gen. Boyle also announces himself a 
candidate. 

A rebel force of about fifteen hundred 
entered Winchester, Ky., this morning 
moving north. 

To-night a considerable force is threftt- 
ening Paris. 



FROR CAKR*. 



Arrival ef OmtmOtj'* 
portent RerenaenC frena > 
Address. 



FRO.lt OHIO. 



to fulfil the contract in accordance with the terniK 

of his proposition and that should hix proposition 

Ije accepted, he will at once enter into a contract 

In accordance therewith. Should the contract lie 
nis route, a revenue cuuer was p.aeeu ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ „, 

at his disposal to convey him from the securities. 



Jersey City Railroad terminus to his resi 

dence. , 

The prospect is, that under the care of i dltions will be rejected 
his physician he will soon recover and be i 
able to ru&umc his duties in the field. * jy28-td 



This guarantee must be appended to each bid. 
Those not corresponding with the above con- 



M. P. SMALL. 
Captain and Com. of Subsistence, 



The Surrender of Rorg-an— A Hues- 
tion Raised.— He will Probably be 
Sent to the Penitentiary.— The Uraft. 

CiNCi.NXATi, July 29. 

A Columb'" special says the question 
whether C^) Ui i Burink had authority to 
accept the vxt nder of Morgan will be 
speedily deici mined. Burink was not a 
regularly enrolled militia Captain, nor 
had he any command at the time of Mor- 
gan's surrender. Burink with a few com- 



The Rraft in Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia, July 29. 
The dra'^t in the ftftli ward was comple- 
ted to-day. Among those drafted were 
Morris Harding, of the Philadelphia In- 
quirer, and live telegraphers, of the 
American and National lines. 



Powder Mill Bxploslen. 

Wilmington, Del., July 29. 
One of Dupont's powder mills explod- 
ed this morning. Two persons were 
kUled. 



Cairo, July 29. 

Nothing of special importance from be- 
low. Gen. Quimby's Divi&ion has arri\ od 
from Helena — desunation unknown. 

An important movement is being made 
from Vieksburg, the particulart of which 
is contraband. 

Maj. Gen. Logan addresses the Demo- 
crats of Southern Dlinoii at Duquesnc 
Friday. A larg;e gathering ii expected. 
A synopsis of bis speech will be sent to 
the associated pres*. 



««|«of ft.M»'s 

PHILADBI.PHIA, Jttly 29. 

The Secretary of the Treasury has de- 
cided to continue the sale of 6.20's as 
heretofore, and will gire ample netke of 
their discontiniuuice. 



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A Former Resident of St. Paul at 
Vicksburg. 

us WOmLD «AX WATI* RATHEU 



vifv VB«»iM» arttft-i^oA «>of.«feD. 



CONVEIISATIONS WITH di^il^B^AL 
THOMAS. 

Ills l<«lM>r* In «Im» Valley of iM !»■«•• 
■iMllipl. 

SIXTY KBHKU I'LANTATIOKS PUT UNDKR 
LOYAL crLTlVATlON. 



Re>l>ol 



to li^MCupe. 



9100 



7.V COXFEDKRiTE MO\Kr FOR 
1^10 ly GREES-BACKS. 



(The followini; mtorcstinR items arc from a 
private letter written by an olfiior at Young's 
Point on the yth iust.. to hi* father in this 
dtr.— El). PRES.S.] 

Cami- near Yoi no's Point. La.. ; 
July yth llk;3. S 

Dkar Fatiikk :— I wa.s down to Vicks- 
burg on the 7th, but was too siik to 
trarel around much. I found Col. 
Tens, formerly of St. Paul there, 
■ud that he had to come down to 
meat for diet, but that he would 



Ste- 

He 

mule 

have 



A correspondent of the New York 
Tinifs {^ivc!* an account in the coliunns of 
that paper of an intcrcstiu}; couTcrsation 
which he had with r.en. Thomas who was 
atrickcn down with lever, in the midnt of 
his great labors in the Mississippi valley, 
and obliged to reliutjuish them. He has 
since partially recovertrd. and the crisis 
of his disease may be saitl to have passed. 

COMMKNCKMKNT OK HIS LAllOKT. 

* • » ♦ A benevolent gen- 
tleman in St. Louis. Mr. Field who has 
hcen a great deal with (ien. (.rant m his 
cauMmigns. witnessing with iucreas.ng sor- 
row the pitiable condition of the wronged 
and neglected blacks, fugitives from the 
rebel plantations, tletermmed to vi.sit 
Washington and see it measures could 
not be concerted to rescue them from 



eaten rats before he would have surren- 
dered ; he says that he will not stay in 
Vicksburg, but will follow the rebel army. 
He is not in the army but would have 
been if it were not for the injury he re- 
ceived to his leg in Minnesota. He 
asked me if his property in Minnesota 
was not confiscated. I told him that if it 
WAS not it would be soon. Some ol his 
most valuable property in Vicksburg was 
destroyed by fire during the siege. He 
does not expect that the rebs will get 
Vicksburg again until the war is settled. 
I found the rebs running at large 
through the city, ollicers with side arms, 
&c. They are all to be paroled and sent 
inside of Johnston's lines if they can be 
found, but more than half of them object 
to this. They say that they are willing 
to take the oath of allegiance or to enlist 
in our army, but thej will never consent 
to go back into the rebel army. Some 
are refusing to be paroled on this ground 
and others say that they will die before 
they will fight against the western troops 
any more. Many a poor fellow came to 
me to ask me how they could get out 01 
the rebel army. I gave them the best 
advice I could and some took advantage 
of it, but I am afraid that the conditions 
of the surrender are such that they will 
all have to be paroled aud sent across 
our lines. The kind treatment which 
they receive from us is having a telling 
effect on them. 

We have made a splendid haul of arms 
and artillery, ammunition, &c. The 
ordnance is all of the best quality and is 
in good running condition all ready for 
me, and the small arms almost without a 
fingle exception are Enfield Rifles of the 
latest and best pattern. I have seen cords 
of them, but it is not yet ascertained how 
many stand of small arms we have taken_ 
I believe we have taken 160 pieces of 
cannon, but this is only a rumor, I think 
it will exceed that. They had an abun- 
dance of ammunition. 

Almost every house has its siege mark, 
t. e. a cannon ball hole and some are 
rery badly shattered. The side hills 
were pierced in every direction by little 
oaves in which the people lived during the 
ciege. They were very loathsome places. 
The rebs have but little confidence in 
the C. 8., and acknowledge that it is 
about gone up. I see $100 in C. S. 
money ofiTered for a $10 green-back and 
refused. This looks bad for them. The 
most damage was done to the city by the 
Parrot guns. The Mortars did but lit- 



and 



tie damage. 



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I.ATE STEIVH ITE.nS. 

— It is not very likely that Davis will 
be able to raise any conscripts under his 
proclamation outside the lines of his 
armies ; and by the lines of his armies his 
power to enforce his proclamation is 
limited to the lower part of Virginia, 
North and South Carolina, Georgia, and 
Alabama, and with North Carolina on 
the verge of a revolt against her rebel 
masters. The Richmond Examiner ad- 
mits that at the utmost the Rebel con- 
scription cannot be more than 100,000 
men. 

— Samuel J. Tilden, Senator Morgan 
and Judge Pierrepont are in Washington 
to ask the Government, on behalf of Gov. 
Seymour, to suspend the draft in New 
York city. The gravest apprehension of 
the Governor is represented to be that 
the Irish servant girls will, m case the 
law is executed, turn incendiaries in a 
body, and burn down their masters' 
houses. And it is a fact that this is the 
reason prominently put forward. 

— A pretty comment on English policy 
touching the fitting out of pirate ships, is 
given in the news that the ship George 
Griswold, which took out a cargo of pro- 
duce to starving Englishmen, was over- 
hauled at sea by a pirate — probably fitted 
out at an English port, and supplied with 
coal by obliging English traders — and 
only saved from destruction by giving 
bonds for $100,000. 

— It is a common and natural opinion 
that Port Hudson was surrendered in 
consequence of the fall of Vicksburg. 
Per contra the correspondent of the New 
York Times says : 



abuse, to mitigate their nnseries. 
finally, to make them available in the 
war Mr. Field came to Washington, 
saw Secretary Stanton, submitted to him 
a scheme of policy with respect to the 
lu-'itive slaves of the Mississippi Valley, 
ami had the satisfaction of promptly re- 
ceiving from the Secretary an assurance 
that the subject should immediately re- 
ceive his careful attention. 

He was retiuested to call at the >> ar 
Department the next day. During this 
first interview the whole question of ne- 
.rro soldiers was discussed in all its bear- 
ui'-s, and Mr. Field assured the Secretary 
that he could in a very short time muster 
ill ten thousand able-bodied blacks in that 
region, and that he knew from his obser- 
vation and experience among them, that 
they possessed everv requisite for making 
good soldiers. The Secretary was much 
pleased with the encouraging views ex- 
pressed by Mr. Field, and to manifest his 
prompt interest in the subject, otIVred to 
give Mr. Field $10,000 to raise 10,000 
black soldiers. . 

Mr. Stanton, after consultation with 
the President, determined to act at once. 
Sending for Mr. Field he told him how 
heartily his plan was approved of, but 
added'that he regarded it as hardly being 
comprehensive enough. 

The next day I was sent for, the Sec- 
retary said he wanted me to go West. 
"Very well. Sir," I replied. "How soon. 
General, do you think you can be ready ? 
1 want you to go at once." "I can go 
to-morrow. Sir." " Very well ; I will 
prepare your instructions to-night." 

iJofore leaving, I had an interview with 
the Secretary, and ascertained, for the 
first time, that the object of my mission 
was to make inspection of the armies of 
Grant and Rosecrans, their condition, 
necessities, deficiencies, &c., and espe- 
cially to look alter and superintend the 
reception, treatment and enlistment of 
I negroes. The Secretary, of course, could 
I give me no detailed in-structions, as every- 
thing concerning the business had to be 
developed. I told the Secretary that I 
thought he was sending me a month too 
late, for 1 knew that region well. In this 
the Secretary concurred, but said it could 
not now be helpe«l— that I must go, and 
do the best I could. 

At night I started, and did not get out 
of the cars until I reached Memphis, a pe- 
riod of three days and three nights— pret- 
ty severe on a man of sixty. 

Of my inspections I will only say that 
at Cairo I mustered out the officers of 
that noted regiment — Southern Egyp- 
tians all. you know. They had raised a 
regiment of over eight hundred strong 
in the fall, and notwithstanding they had 
been in service but a few months, at the 
time I reached there, they did not number 
more than one hundred and seventy. One 
company reported two men for duty ! 
another three, another four, and others 
the same proportion. The whole regi- 
ment was completely disorganized. The 
commanding officer was discovered to 
have a large quantity of medical supplies 
concealed in his house, and was instantly 
arrested and imprisoned. Gen. Buford 
and I called all the officers together one 
night, and occupied ourselves from 7 to 
10 o'clock in examining into their conduct, 
ability, «S:c. Having satisfied ourselves 
that all were incompetent, and unworthy 
of their commands, they were on the spot 
mustered out of service. 

Now for our colored friends. So great 
was my anxiety regarding the condition 
of the fugitive negroes, that I was unable 
to enjoy any rest during the night of my 
arrival at Cairo. Seeing these black peo- 
ple huddled together, abused and neglect- 
ed by those who had charge of them, and 
all sorts of expressions, constant and 

stereotyped, of which was, ♦* the 

nigger ! used toward them, it made 



ftuthofity from WAehingtoti), that if any 
one storJd in the way of this? policy or in- , 
terfered in the least with its being carried 
out, I didn't cat-c -wM he was, what rank j 
he might hohl, \iu might wear a star, or ; 
he might be a humble lieutenant, I would 
dismiss him from the service, and 1 would j 
do it on the spot. No one .should inter- 
fere to prevent the carrying out of what 
wart now the declared policy of the Gov- 
ernment. These negroes were_ to be en- 
couraged to come in, and their services 
made as available as jiossible. 

The rebels were making use of them to 
produce their crops. It was upon these 
men that they had relied for food, while 
they sent all their white men into the 
field. Every negro man who came with- 
in our lines strengthened us while it weak- 
ened them . Tliose who could not be nuister- 
ed into military service should be employ- 
ed in the Ciuartermaster's. Commissary's, 
Medical, and such other departments. I 
said it was my purpose to organize these 
men into regiments and I was going to 
p'ace white men over them as ollicers and 
sergeants, ami 1 was going to have none 
whose hearts were not fully in the work. 
I didn't care what rank he came from, from 
the highest position down, 1 was going to 
select the best men I could rind, even if 
I had to take the Colonel from the ranks. 
Tfie ollicers should be the very best. 

The enunciation of these principles 
produced a revolution at once. 

THE AUANDO.NKI) I'l.AN TATION. 

What greatly perplexed me was to de- 
cide what to do with the negro women 
and children, whom I could not get into 
military organizations. This (lilficiilty 
was soon solved to some extent. Haying 
found a line of magnifict-nt plantations 
along the banks of the river, from Helena 
to Young's Point, which were deserted 
OB the approach of our troops, after talk- 
ing the matter over, I concluded to take 
possession of those abandoned jdanla- 
tions, ami lease them to Unionists who 
would employ thjse men and women, and 
pav them suitable wages. 

It was in respect to this whole business 
that 1 thought— and so told the Secretary 
—that 1 commenced too late by a month. 
I lost no time in appointing a Commis- 
sion, of which Mr. Field was to be the 
head, to take this matter in charge. In 
the instructions given th^ m by me it was 
specified that the negroes should be kind- 
ly treated ; be paid the wages named ; 
that none under U> years of age were to 
be subject to ifield labor, but might be 
used moderately in other ways ; that each 
tenant was to agree to retain the degrees 
one year. 

Some of the plantations were given to 
the negroes themselves. General Grant 
having 1,000 horses for which he has no 
immediate use, generously offered to loan 
them, to be paid for out of the products 
of the soil. The Government was to be 
paid two dollars per bale for the cotton 
raised, five cents a bushel for corn, and 
so on. 

Well, the first man who went into this 
was the brother of Gen. Grant. He had 
just come from California. He came 
down here aboard of our boat. Savs he, 
"1 will take one of those plantations." 
He was in St. Louis, and just returned, 
and was coming down to see Grant, whom 
he had not seen for years. 

He went to work and got a hundred 
mules. I was on his plantation before 1 



laws, the municipal authorities, and th« 
General (tovernmcnt have been defied 



and dishonored. We do not intend to 
refer now to what has Uken place, but to 
the causes which have produced such dis- 
reputable ell'ects. 

How has the riot been set in motion? 
Who are the instigators:* Who are the 
cunning but cowardly conspirators who 
have misle<l and inllaiiu-d (he poor work- 
ing men, and while they kept secretly 
within doors, have sent forth their dupes 
into the public streets to commit murder ? 
On whose soul is the guilt, on whose 
h:inds is the blood ol the slaughtered ? 
Wc have a right to inipiire, because 
though people of various nativity were 
engaged, yet many of our Catholic coun- 
trvmen have lost their lives. Who were 
the political leaders in New York by 
whom they were seduced into insiirrcc- 
tion against the coiistitued authorities? 
In th.. great anxiety to keejt religion 
and politics apart, which with demagogues 
is a very important matter, an extreme 
has be«n reached, so that many persons 
think they may do what they please in the 
political aniiia without beiii«z amenable to 
the laws of the Cliur.h. Tliey have made 
the political fu'ld a (r.i -round lor them- 
selves, hedged in with care, and set their 
sentinels along its lines to see that ro 
one should enter whose conscience was 
not hardened against any ecclesiastical 
council. In this way they have effected 
a total separation between the great 
dogmas of Faith and the rules which 
should regulate their action in one of 
the most important departmeiits 
of life; they have ignored the in- 
timacy which should exist between the 
(iospel and the social and political action 
of tlie citizen. Hence for some time 
back a certain class of Catholics has de- 
nied the right of the Church to interfere 
in the slighest degree witli the license of 
the politician to say and do wh.at he 
pleases. We see men on the platform 
and through the press advocate princi- 
ples subversive ol social order, insulting 
and threatening to "the Powers tli.it be," 
and though St. Paul may warn and the 
Church deprecate their conduct, they 
have set both at defiance. They shake 
olf responsibility when in their political 
battle-field, and to them the Gospel is 
something or nothing— a rumor of yes- 
terday — a twice-told tale which they can- 
not condescend to notice. 

What IS the consctiuencc of this evil 
teaching— this anxiety to keep the Church 
at a distance ? A class of men in whose 
minds there is no religious spirit — proud, 
conceited men, clamoring to have their 
own wav in all things, ever ready to in- 
sult Bishops, and pouring out from week 
to week, torrents of defamation on all 
who do not acknowledge them as their 
political leaders, or coincide in their 
opinions. These are the men who have 
made " liberty a cloak fur malice," and 
drove, as at the point of the bayonet, so 
many of our })Oor countrymen into the 
streets of New York to violate the laws 
of the land, and suffer in death the conse- 
(luence of their error. 

The Catholic Church teaches obedience 
to legitimate authority. Obedience is one 
of her most cherished precepts. It is the 
constant theme of her pulpit, because it 
is dictated by the Savior, and inspired by 
the spirit of God. What becomes of a 
family when the children rise against the 
parents ? What good can a priest confer 



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rpHlRD STREET PROPERTY. 

Lot 2, Block Ti, Kiev fc Irvlnn'M Addition— corner 
lot. 72 O'i't Iront on Third Htroct and 150 feet on 
Hill Htrcet, adjoining Hope Kugino Houae. Will 
be Hold low. 
TKItMS — Purt caHli and part credit. 
Apply to D. COOrER, 

apiotf Irvine's Block 

FOX* SALE, 

THE FOLLOWINCJ PROPERTY, 
vi/: 
one lot in Ulock 11, Whitney & Smith's Ad- 
dition. 

l>ol8 4and5ln block 5S, and lots 14 and 15 In 
block (it, in Irvim«'iJ Knlarg<!ment to Kico &. Ir- 
vin(.''s Addition. 

Lot (1 in bliK'k 23, lot 9 In block 55, and lot 9 in 
block 5tl in lllc»! *. Irvine's Addition. 

A lot r<n Uavtou Avi-nm', adjoining the proper- 
ty of Miy. Cullen, 1(»<) fwt front. 
Lota 7 and h in block 2.}, St. I'aul Proper. 
ThtTO art! valuable iniprovi>nii-nta on said lust 
two mentioned lots, cona'.stliiK o( a stone store 
on WiibaHlmw-st.,a»d a llrst-clafS dwelling house 
on Fourth-st. 

The abuve property will bo sold on liberal terms 
as to casli and credit, 
lu'iuiru at the office of 

faPKNCER & CARVER, 
IngcrsoH's Block, or of 
G110KK& BAILKY, 

under Thonioson's Bank. 
tl^ Rooms to rent in Irvine's Block. 



s 



COOr-SiY, CAJRrVlSiR Sc CO., 

(Snoccssors to COOLKT,TOWER ft Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 



AND 



Oommission IMCex-cliaiits, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LlQVOltk 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Ac, Ac, 

NOS. 3 & 4 JACKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEE LSD THIRD, SAINT PAUL, MI.NN. 

T'ex-ms -------- OA.SII. 



In the Department of 

LIQUORS AND S E O A It S 

Oar stock will be found large and complkte at all timeg, and at prices to suit the views o 

closest buyers. December 1, lK*i2 



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St. Paul, June 3d, 1803. 



Je4-3m 



SALE. 

PROPERTY. 

lot 50 feet by 150 in tlie vicinity of 



FOTt 

ST. PAUL 

$.175 for a 
Jackson street and Twelfth. 

A first-class Stone Store on Third street. 

A lot on Minnesota street, near Third, with 
buildiog. 

Two Dwelling Houses, $8(>0 each. 

A beautiful lot 00 feet by 200 with fine grove of 
tn-^s. HENRY McKENTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 

St. Paul, May 14. 18ft3.-<l&w.tm 



J XJ 8 T RECEIVED 

C . PRO AL'S , 

SAOI>LEI^"ir "WAR.EIIOOIVIS, 

An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

Gum Blankets, Gum Pouches, Gum Coats, Gum Talmas Gum 

Wading Boots, etc., etCn 

ALSO, ALL SORTS OF LEATHER TRAVELING CONATiXIENCES. 



Oorner Tliird and Rol>ei-t-Sts. 

January II, 1863.— ly. 



niylS 



F 



ARMING LANDS FOR SALE, 



In Hennepin, Itamsey, Chisago, and Washnig- 
ton Countit .-. Also Lots in St Paul, Minneauo- 
lis*, and St. Anthony; all ot which I will sell at 
Loi\' Prices and on favorable terms of paym-nt. 

Knouire of „ 

P. P. WINTKKMLTK, 

je21 at office of Horn, Lund & Galusha. 

McKENTY, 



TT E N R Y 



DEALER I2r 

ESTA.TE, 

SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
jiarWiil also locate Landj Warrants and set 
Real EsUte on Commission. anS-dftwly 

BROAD ACRES! 

«00 ACRES of land from 3 to 12 miles of 
ST. PAUL, will be sold in tracts of 40 acres, 80, 
120, 100 and 240. The soil Is a rich loam, with 
wood and water. Terms part cash, and the bal- 
ance, if desired, on long time. 

HENIIY McKENTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 
St. Paul, June 6. 18fi3.— d&wOm. 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

SUMMER .i^RR^ISraEMENT. 

On and after MONDAY, JUNE 15th, Passenger Trains will run as follows : 



Leave St. Paul. 


Arrive at St. Anthony. 


Leave St. Anthony, 


Arrive at St. Paul 


5:45 A. M. 


6 :20 A. M. 


8:00 A. M. 


8:35 A. M. 


11 :30 A. M. 


12:05 M. 


2 :00 P. M. 


2:35 P. M. 


6:00 P. M. 


6:35 P. M. 


6 :00 P. M. 


6:35 P. M. 



apl8 tf 



-W. B. ]L.ITCHFIELI>, 

GS-eneral Superinteiicleiit. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

ve:kehe^l diseases. 



left. I asked him bow he got along, on the soals of men when he defies eccle 



Gen. Gardner says, (and I ^ivo you this as 
no idle Kossip, but 1 know to tx; sol — that 
Vicksburg only made a dijfermce to him of 
three day*. That be hud made up iiis mind 
to surrender at the expiration of thivt time, 
and that any serio iS demonstration would 
have brought out a ting at any moment. We 
learn from this, that the glory of I'ort llud- 
iton is not to l>e iiidden in the larger but fidler 
one of Vicksburg; but must stand upon its 
own intrinsic individuality ; a result of cer- 
tain irrcsistilde combination, and not the mere 
■equence of a previous diduster to the relK-ls. 

Gen. Gardner also »ays that the very day 
our lines closed in on him — May 24 — brought 
him, by a courier who came through safely, a 
positite order from Gen. Johnston to evacuate 
the pott. This shows the wonderful rapidity 
and dexterity witli which Gen. Hanks wheel- 
ed his army round from Alexandria and Bat- 
on Rouge upon the unsuspecting rebel Chief, 
and should never l)e lost sight of in forming a 
Mr estimate of this rcry brilliant movement. 



used toward them, it made an 
impression on my mind that I shall never 
lose. The officer* would constantly use 
them for their servants, and, when they 
got sick, turn them off without making 
any provision whatever for their comfort, 
or paying them a cent. 

At this place twenty-five hundred blacks 
had actually died from measles, pneumo- 
nia, and small-pox, and they were still 
dying like sheep. There was one redeem- 
ing feature, however in the school of Mr. 
Field. Many of these people, under the 
superintendence of Mr. Field, _ had, 
through the kindnes.s of Quaker friends, 
been supplied with comforts. This mighty 
mass ol suffering and injustice rose be- 
fore me with its hugeness and difficulty 
— it made me literally sick. 

I remained at Cairo two days. It was 
here that I made my first speech. It was 
a short one, but I assure you it was 
startling. I said, in substance, that I 
had been sent there by the SecreUry of 
War, upon instructions from the Presi- 
dent, to announce to the troops the set- 
tled policy of the Government in relation 
to the blacks. I knew they had been 
kicked and knocked about, and in every 
way Hjaltreated — that while they had 
been declared free by the proclamation 
of the President, they had in numerous 
cases been repelled when attempting to 
come into our lines, and when received, 
had been huddled together, neglected, 
and allowed to die like diseased sheep. 
I knew that many of them, in conseqtience 
of these abuses, had returned to their old 
homes, preferring to go back to slavery 
than suffer such indignities and cruelties. 
But all this had now got to cease — that 
these facts having come to the knowledge 
of the authorities at Washington, they 
had sent me there to put an end to them 
— an absolute end. 

I then declared to them that whenever 
any black man came near their lines they 
must be encouraged to come in, and when 
received, treated kindly, fed, clothed, and 
finally armed and placed into military or- 
ganizations. I had come to do that very 
thin<' ; and furthermore, I would tell them, 
(and I wanted them to hear it from ray 
own lips, coming as I did direct, and with 



'Why," says he, *' remarkably well. I 
have 1,200 acres of cotton put in, and a 
thousand acres are up." 

I am now going to tell yon an extraor- 
dinary case. We have leased between 
sixty and seventy plantations on that 
river. Two hundred negroes to a planta- 
tion. You see how many persons are 
employed there besides the children. 

It was so late in the season that it was 
almost too late to get the cotton in. 
Well, I prevented the destruction of two 
plantations, but some of our western 
troops did burn several cotton gins, and 
like property. All the plows, horses, 
cattle, &c., which the rebels could not 
conveniently take, on deserting these 
plantations, were gathered up and prop- 
erly distributed. There was a family in 
Mississippi by the name of Montague. 
He is a Virginia gentleman, and as ele- 
gant a gentleman as I ever saw. One of 
his misfortunes may be that he took an 
extraordinary fancy to me. He lived in 
Alabama for a number of years. He 
went to Louisiana, and had a plantation 
on one of those bayous, just back, within 
about fifteen miles of Richmond. 

When we took possession at Milliken's 
Bend, we sent out troops in that direc- 
tion. He was taken prisoner with some 
secesh. The facts of his being connected 
with them are these. He had in politics 
always been a Henr}' Clay Whig, and 
when this war broke out he was as strong 
a Union man as could be found. He 
brought his family together, and they 
pledged themselves that they would not 
go into the Secession army, and would 
have nothing to do with the rebels if they 
could avoid it. He was a man of intelli- 
gence, wielding a great deal of inlluenee 
among his neighbors ; and some of them 
held out a great while, but finally they all 
fell off but he. He was molested a great 
deal by the rebels. When he got within 
our lines he went to Gen. Grant, and 
made known his case. One of his sons 
was educated at West Point. That son 
they had put in prison at Vicksburg ; biit. 
after a while he succeeded in getting his 
sons, his daughter, and his wile together. 
Grant became interested in him, and gave 
him permission to ship some of his cotton 



SALE. 



(which had not been burned) to Memphis 
This he sold for $GO,(KK) nrofit. He be- 
came acquainted with Field at St. Louis. 
Field revived an acquaintance he had 
actually had with him when a young man, 
became interested in him, and talked to 
me about him. When we got to Meni- 

Ehis he was there, and Field introduced 
im to me. He came with us up to the 
army, where we soon became good friends. 
Hearing me make a speech after that, he 
said he almost felt like making a speech 
himself, and said he would go right into 
the work which I was pushing along. " I 
will take a plantation," said he, " employ 
a number of negroes, pay them the wages 
you require, and get my sons to do the 
same." 

He did so, and he and his sons are now 
cultivating five plantations, and they will 
make magnificent fortunes. The negro 
regiments, which have been organized, 
are affordingthein protection." 

[General Thomas' physician here abso- 
lutely interdicted further conversation. 
More anon.] 

» » ♦ » ♦ 

THE NEW YOBZ RIOTS. 



sisastical authority ? Where are we to 
look for the spirit of religion and holy 
peace when the mob rules the city ; and 
what are we to think of the men who, 
claiming to be Catholics and shouting 
constantly their profession of faith in the 
jiublic ear, are yet working day and 
night to exasperate human passion by 
faFsehood, and' the grossest exaggeration 
of political events? Such has been the 
fact in the City of New York. For months 
have the pioneers of blood been at work, 
urging the people to crime, and all under the 
hypocritical name of liberty— of free- 
spsech — of personal independence ! The 
heartless scamps ! Why did they not go 
into the streets themselves and do the as- 
sassins' work and not take adv.mtage of 
the impetuosity of character for which our 
poor countrymen are known, to drive 
them like cattle to the shambles ! It is 
against these men, these teachers of in- 
subordination and disobedience, that the 
blood which has been shed will cry out to 
heaven. In their cars for many a year, 
will be the widow's moan and the orphan's 
» ry. Their faith and their works corre- 
spond. Their names will be the names 
of criminals, and every Irish Catholic 
will have reason to remember them with 
horror. 

Is this a time to encourage disorder? 
Is this a time lor the encouragement and 
circulation of newspapers which invite to 
anarchy ? Are you not content with the 
amount of blood— Catholic blood— shed 
in the streets of New York ? Do you 
want more — more blood? Is this the 
time for the Pastor of souls to utter trea- 
son and sneer at the Government — and 
to the people who look to him for correct 
information and who ask hiin for bread — 
to give them a serpent? Going from 
door to door to recommend the newspa- 
per which blasphemes the name of Catho- 
lic, in which our oath of citizenship is 
treated as a joke, and obedience to con- 
stitutional tribunals ridiculed as absurd ? 
•* Oh," they say, " this is political life, 
an<l the Church must not interfere. We 
buy and read what papers we please." 
Do so. Your day will come. Ihe jus- 
tice of God is sure. The disobedience 
you have encouraged amongst your peo- 
ple will come sooner or later to your own 
door. When the Pastor sits the exam- 
ple the laity are fast learners. He sows 
and he will reap too. This is a truth 
which only requires years to demonstrate. 
The storm has passed away for the 
present — we hope forever. We know 
now what would have been the fate of 
the country had not our army rolled back 
the cloud of war on the invaders of Penn- 
sylvania. To every right-minded man, 
this is a time for counsel with himself— for 
calm rellection. He can have no diffi- 
culty in his choice between order and 
disorder. The Irish Catholic, in particu 
lar. ought to know who are his Iriends. 
They are not the secessionists — they are 
not the politicians, but the men who love 
obedience to authority. We appeal, 
then, to all our Catholic friends to join 
heart and hand in setting an example of 
respect for law and order, and discourage 



POR 

100 acres in nose town, adjoining the- school 
section, the following described land : 'S.\\ . li 
section 21, town 29, Hange 23; about flfty acres 
under cultivation, some improvement, sll fenced, 
and a good well on the premises. Will be sold m 
a body or in lots of forty or eighty acres, one- 
fourth cash, the balance in three yearly payments, 
at seven per cent, per annum. Title perfect; 
possession given after harvest. 

Also: The undivided N. >i of N. E. >*' of sec- 
tion 28, Town 2y, Uange 2.'5, on the road to Lake 
Johannah, about three miles from St. Paul. 

Enquireof J. P. THOMPSON, 
At Nichols, Dean & Co. 
July9-dlm. 




AND 



All Affections of the Urinary and Generative 

Organs, Sic., ic. 

This Institution was organized under a special charter in 1850. The method of treatment adopted 
is the same as that employed in the best French, English and American hospitals. Ihe attending 



O B E R T P 



LEWIS 
LAW 




Cities 
The office is 



arranged in separate apartments, so that those who desire can consult the doctor with 
acy. The Institute is provided with a S/>irom»'*er for measuring the_ vital capacity, and 



the utmost priva^^ . . ... .^- , .•.■■,,,•-, ^ 

Prof. Schreoer's Pangymnasttkon for developing the muscular system m i»eminal w eukncss ana 
other wasting diseases ; alco an improved apparatus and all the appliances for administering Medico- 
^ igation liathK, BOW so celehrl' " . ' " ".." '' ,_-.,,. 

While I prescribe for all kinds of diseases, attention is given more specially to the following :— 



R 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT 
St. P»au.l, Mlinnesota, 
Officeon Third-st., Roger's Block,nearthe Bridge, 
Also Branch Agknt of 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Wishington, D. C, conducted by Harvey, 
Collins & Brace. 

Claims presented and prosecuted before Con- 
gress, Ceurt of Claims and the Departments at 
Washington City. Special attention paid to secu- 
ring Soldier's Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay, &c. 

fr#- Advice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at the office, without charge. 

o5-d twkwly 



ted Fumigation Baths, now so celebrated m Kurope for the cure ol Syphilitic diseases. 
While I prescribe for all kinds of diseases, attention is given more specially to th 
Syphilis, in all its stages ; Gonorrhoea; Gleet; .Stricture; Affections of tiie Kidneys, Bladder, &c.; 
Hydrocele or Dropsy of the Scrotum, Varicocle, and other diseases of the Testicles an-l Cord ; 
Kiieumaism, Piles, Fistula, and Diseases of the Rectum and Anus; and all complaints p«>culiar to 
Females Also Spermatorrhoea, or Semiwfl? Weak^iesi, for which our treatment is now admitted to 
be even more successful than that of Lallemand, of Montpelier. ^ ,, _.. ^ 

PATIENT S AT A DISTANCE— Treated by correspondence, and Medicines sent under seal to cure 
anv case at home. Full particulars furnished on application by letter. 
JrsT Published— The 20th edition of our Med'cal Report. conUining 70 pages and numerous 

'■ — " to any address on receipt of price, 15 ct». Also, in 

ree work on Venereal fcurgerv. 
Office. Consultations can be had fhjm » A.M. to 1 
All letters should be directed to 

TIIE GALENIC IN'STITUTE, 

(Box 199,) Saint Paul, Minn-sota. 



enitravings, treating on the above diseases ; sent to any address on receipt of price, 
press, and neariy r. ady, the 2nd edition of our large work on Venereal surgery. 

9a^0f&(X in Concert HaU Block, near the Post Office. ^ w-.— - — »-. ^..» ** 

P.M. Sundays 9 to 10 A. M. 



jy3 



^xm\\m.tm%. 



(Srocctifisi. 



/CURTICE & HALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS. SURVEYORS AND 
XS,ca,l Estate Agrents, 

Office »n Macl-uhin''s< Jllock, Washington Street, 

bettcceri 'Jkird and Fourth-sts., 
Will promptly attend to any professional business 
entrusted lo them. From a long residence here 
and a thorough knowledge of the different sur- 
veys both in the Citv and country, we have great 
facilities for executing our work with correctness 
and dispatch. Land bought and sold. Collections 
made. Taxes paid for non-residents at the lowest 

N B —Drawing Instrunentsand Paper for sale. 
D. L. CUKTifK. ap22-3m JoHU T. HALSTEn. 

I f 

■pRINCE & GO'S. 

IMPROVED 

MELODEOISI SI 

WARRANTED FOR FIVE VKARS. 



The oldest establishment in the United States, 
employing 200 mew, and tinisbing eighty instru. 
ments per week. 

MANUFACTOKY CORNER OF MARYLAND AND 
NIAGARA STREETS, 

WHOLESALE DEPOTS. 

47 Fulton street New York 

83 Lake street Chicago 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. 

Henry Tollman & Co Boston, Mass 

W. F. Colburn Cincinnati, 

Balmer & Weber St. Louis, Mo 

James BcUak Philadelphia 

A. Cousc Detroit, Mich 

Ph. P. Werlein New Orleans 

A. &S. Nordheimer Toronto C. W 



/CARPETS. 

STRONG'S CARPET HALL, 

225 Third Street, Rogers' Block 

will be found a large assortment of 

CarpetSjOil Cloths, Mattings, 

CURTAIN AND SHADE MATERIALS, 

MATTRESSES, FEATHERS, WALLPAPER, &C., &C 

New Goods constantly arriving aud sold as 

low as the lowest. 

UPnOLSTERlNG DOKE TO ORDER. 

marl2jly H. O. STltOarO. 

TTATCH'S BATTALION! 

RECRUITS ^V ANTED. 
$40 BoiMity ! 

TRANSPORTATION AND BOAR 
WILL BE PAID. 

The men will be enlisted for] three years or 
during the Indian War on our Irontier, This 
enhstment avoids the draft, which should be a 
great inducement to those subject to th« same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLIN, 

Comer of Seventh and Jackson-sts., 

je25-tf St. Paul. 



/GROCERIES CHEAP AT 

WHolesale aiicl Retail. 
CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 



Ha>ing leased the store occupied by L. G, 
son & Co., and purchased their 



John- 



F. 



C. LIGHTE & CO. 



Persons unacquainted with the Melodeon and 
)ry, will Dear in mind that we are the pio- 
id leading manufacturers, not only in the 



WHO ARE THEIR INSTIGATORS? 
AN APPEAL TO IRISH CATHOLICS. 



From the Catholic Telegraph. 

We take it for granted that our readers 
have received full accotrtits of the fearful 
scenes which took plac^tflast week, in the 
city of New York. Murderers, thieves 
and rioters of every class have had con- 
trol for days, of the metropolis, and the 



the in8idiou.s traitor and the treacherous 
newspaper, which pretending to be Cath- 
olic, does all in its power to mislead body 

and soul. 

. ♦ » » » * 

— A New Orleans letter of July 15, 
says of our old Minnesota Sherman, who 
was so desperately wounded in one of 
the assaults on Port Hudson : 

Brig. Gen. J. W. Shcmmn, United States 
Annv, will leave for the North on Sunday 
next", in the steamer Columbia. He has en- 
tirely recovered, and has been moving alwut 
on crutches for ten davs past. All he requires 
now is a " Palmer's imtent" to render him fit 
for senicc. 

— Guerrillas in West Tennessee have In- 
come so troublesome that farmers have had to 
leave their homes and lice to Memphis. 



its history, will bear in mind that we are the pio- 
neers and leading manufacturers, not only in the 
ITnited States, but in the world. We commenced 
the manufacture of Melodeons in the fall of the 
year 1S47, and since that time have finished and 
sold TWKXTY-SEVEN THOUSAND. ^ These 
instruments are now in use not ouh' in the Uni- 
ted states and Canada, but also in Europe, Asia, 
Africa, South America and the West Indies, and 
from all these quarters we have the most flatter- 
nlg testimonials of the high estimation in which 
they are held. 
AT ALL INDUSTRIAL EXHIPtTIONS THEY 

HAVK INVAItlABLY BEEN AWARDED 
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM WHEN- 
EVER EXHIBITED IN COMPE- 
TITION WITH OTHERS. 

We shall take pleasure in forwarding bv mall 
(at our own expense) our Illustrated Catalogue, 
in which every instrument we manufacture is 
fully described and illustrated by elegant engrav- 

Ali M.'lodeons of our manufacture, either sold 
by us or dealers in anv part of the United SUtes 
or Canada, are warranted to be perfect in "very 
respect, and should anv repairs be necessary be- 
fore the expiration of five years from date of sale, 
we hold ourselves ready and wMling to make the 
same free ol charge, provided the lixjury is not 
caused by accident or design. „ , . . 

Agent* for the sale of our Melodeons may be 
found in all the principal towns of the Unittfd 
States and Canada. 

Address either _ 

GEO. A. PRINCEfcCO., Bumilo,N.T. 
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO., 87 Fulton-st., N. Y. 
GEO. A. PKINCK & CO., « I^ke-st., Chicago. 

Or either of the above Wholesale Agents. 

4a- For sale by MUNGEK BROS., Agents, St. 

Paul. Minnesota. apr29-d&wly'64 



(Late Lighte & Bradburys,) 

Piano-Forte Manufacturers, 

421 Broome-SC, Mew Yoric, 

SECOND BLOCK EAST OF BROADWAY 
Mr. F. C. LIGUTE.theoriginalfounder of this 
well-known EsUblishment, Senior Partner, and 
only Practical Piaiui-Forte Maker of the late 
firm of " Lighte & Bradburys," having retained 
his Two-Thirds interest in the whole business 
stock, materials, &c., and Sole Proprietorship in 
his Vahiable. Patents, inclusive of his celebra«f a 
PATENT INSULATED IRON FRAMES, is •• 
only one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANu- 
t\)RTES for which this house has been so popu- 
lar. jOS- All infringements on his rights will be 
prosecuted according to law. 

4S- All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted perfect In every respect for five years. 

LiBKRAL TKRMS to DKAI.KR8. 

F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 

421 Broome-St., New York. 



Stock of" Grroceries, 

Hay be found at 

220 TJtird Street, two doors above the Xorih 
Western Express Office, 

Where they will sell 

AT VERY LOW FIGURES, 

FOR TEE NEXT THIRll DATS. 

We wish to close out this stock ci tirely as we 
propose to 

CHANGE THE BUSINESS, 
and open a 

Paper and Stationery Store 

in connection with our 

Paper »i:ill at St. Ajitlionj'. 

«"A11 kinds of WRAPPING PAPER lor 
sale, and the highest price paid in cash for rags, 
roiies and old printed papers. jyl5-tf 



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IMPLEMENT 



AUCTION NOTICE. 

We are prepared to do a commission and Auc- 
tion Business on the most reasonable terms, and 
make cash advances on goods. Auction aales 
ei-erv evening, and special sales at lo a. m. 
' U. E. BAKER & CO., 

Auctioneers, 
Third-st., second door from tha Mer^nts' 
jya« Hotel, St. Paul. 



A GKICULTURAL 

AGENCY AT HASTINGS. 

CHARLES ETHERID6E, Agent 

KOR 

MCCORMICK'S REAPER AND MOWER, 
Self and Hand Rake, two and four Horse. 
BBADLEYkPITT'SBUFFAIX)THRESHERS, 
With a measuring attachment, and saves one 

**'"**■ CHICAGO GRAIN BINDER, 
The only Grain BUider warranted. 

WOOD MILLS, 

Driven by sweep power, complete of Itself; or 

driven by tread power, or by threshing machine 

power ; for cutting stove wood from the log. 

HUBBARD LIGHT MOWER. 

HORSE HAY RAKES, REVOLVING. 

ONE AND TWO HORSE ENDLESS CHAIN 

OR TREAD POWERS. 

PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAW-MILL, 

For cutting cord wood. 

All articles sold by me are warranted. In^"'- 
ries by mail will receive prompt attention. For 
terms, prices and circulars, apply to 

CHARIiEA ETHBRXDCIB, 

ftpl9-lamd&tw4in HAS TINGS, MIN. 

rpENTS TO HIRE. 

Hunting, risking and Excursion P»rtle« tup- 
plied with TENTS at reasonable rates. 
C. W. WOOLLEY, 
Corner SiWey and TWrd 8tre«tfc 
St. Paul. July 2«l, IM^-Iw 



rM£.0. E. SCHNABEL. 

In Maffets Castle, corner Jackson and Fourth 
street, 

DEALER IN 

GROCERIES, GRAIN^ KM PROVISIONS. 

Keeps consUntly on hand the choicest Brans of 
Flour, Nice Leaf I.ard, Lamb's Sugar Cured 
Hams, and Dried Beef, Com, Com Meal, Oats 
and Bran. , . 

He has made arrangement* to receive, two or 
three times a week, from the country, the choic- 
est Roll Butter. - .^ .* e^^ ^r 

Goods delivered to all parts of the city, fVee of 
charge. narHi. 



T WATSON WEBB, Jr., 

* Saooessor to WALTER W. WEBB, 

WHOLKALK DEALER IN 

ForeigH Wines, Brandies, 

GH N s , ifec. 

Cognac Brandy, 

Rochelle Brandy, . „ 

Jamada and St. Croix Rum, 
Holland Gin, 

Scotch ^Tiiskey, 

l-'in^Old Bourbon Whiskey, 
Rye and Mouongahcla Whi.-key, 
Old Queens J'ort, 
Burgundy Port, 
Fne Old Sherrir Wine, 
Madeira ^^ ine, 
Scotch Ale, 
London Porter, 
Catwba Brandy. 
Week's. Sparkling and Still Catawba. 

Drake's Catawba and Plantation Bitter*, 
Having connectea Itectitying with my business 
I am prepared to f\irnish Common and low 
priced Rye and Bourbon AVhiskies at the lowest 

°*^' y?;''^'' J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 

"4 U C T I O N . 

A sale of State property will take place at the 
SUble on Eagle-st., on Saturday, August the 1st, 
of Horses, and one of Easterly's Reapers. Sale 
to commence at two o'clock p. .m. 
By order of the AdjuUnt General. 

M. BALDWIN, Agent for State. 
LAN QLET k, TfiJCPLE, Aucuoneer. 

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SET 



tfifc ^»A1^T fAtt PitKPS, I'MuWBDAY, JULY 80, 18(J3. 



'M^aaa 



»^X— iJiLil' 



•MMMliMHMiM 



AUK STUX OKKKKINO 

rilK CKKATEST INDUCKMEXTS IN THE 

DRY «OODS MARIiET. 

Our *tock of 

DllESS GOODS 

IS TUK. MOST AT iU ACTIVE IN THK CITY, 

Comprlsinj; «11 the 

LATKST STYLES 

)F ENGLISH AND FRENCH 

AA"oi*stecl Groocls^, 

In Chocks, Stripfs. Figures, and PhUn, 
USI.IX AND CHADI DELAINES, 

l/.iu US and Or^aiidirs, iVc, 

Which we are soiling? at 
Wehav»» a sphMulld line of 

Bradley's unrivalled Hoop Skirls, 

For Ladies, Missos and Children; 

A1.8«> 

f^ PR I NO ASD SCMMh'R 
B >S. T^ i\I O Pt >V T^ S4 , 

Which wt' mak- a ^tpociiilty of, always keeping a 
hand.-iome assortnK«nt. 

In S li fv \v 1 s , 

We can suit the mo«t fastidious, In quality, pat- 
tern and price, having a beautiful assort- 
ment of 
CHECKS, STIUPES, AND STELLA 

In the Middlesex, Peacoaale, and Scotch. 

We have the 

CUEAl'EST AND BKST LINE OF 

E :^t 1^ P. O I D E R I E S , 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS. 
Also 

LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. HOSIERY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS, 

We would aay that we have a large stock of 
DOMESTICS. In DENIMS, STRIPES, SHEET- 

INES, PRINTS and COTTONADES, fcc. 

Which we will sell at a 

On present New York prices for CASH. 

Hogran .fc Oamp, 

142 Third-sl 



M 



E^tTc II A N T S^ dTs PA T^« 



OW!«KO ASD MANAOKO BT 

A.lMTClilCiVlS' KXPIiKSS CO. 

All overcharges settled by J.C. *H. ^' *"""' 

t>auk & Co., Axeiits. 
New York ollk-e, 1 ', Murray street. 
Boston offlce, rttf Washington H*r*et. 
n>ai..' >-dlv . 

Tnn KEGS SIKIAK HOUSE, GOl^ 

L V/ Vf deu and Aiubre, a ohoiiv article, at 
J. C. & H. C. UCKHAKN A Co.'s 



17 E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

.' * l!ir>;v' sui'pJy of Wkstkkn Kkskk^'i- 
CiiKKsK, which we offer low for cttsh. 
}eS J. C. A H. C. HIIKUANK k CO. 



\v 



(f relight & (f xprc$^. 

l^RcltANTS' DISPATCH 



FAS4T TOEIOHT LIIVE 

OWNKD ANI> MANAGKO 1»Y TUK 

Aniei'iciiii Express 
Ooiixpany- 



A LARGE STOCK OF FINE LI 
ouor-. and Cigars, which we oiler at pricf» 
Ihai will lusure ijiiivk sales, at ^,,. ^ ,, , 

J. C. 4 11. C. bURlJANK & Co.'b 



Q^^n J^l^I^S. ASSORTED WHIS 

tJ\J\J k.v, for sale at 

J. C. A H. C. UUUBANK & Co.'s 



Qnn WHOLE. HALF AND QUAR- 

O v^ V-/ ter boxe» Raisins, crop of lC«k , at 
J. C. & 11. C. BURBANK it Co.'s 

0/\ BBLS. STUARTsITeST HON- 

^\7 ey Svrup, a choice article, for table use at 
J. C. & U. C. BLRBAN K & Co.'s. 



1 KCi HOXES W. R. CHEESE; A 

XOVy iiriiue article, Kt low tlpuies at 

J . C. A 11 . C. U U RB A N K & Co.'s 

Xi\ (tRants patent fanning 

O v^ Mills lor sale at niiiiiufacturer's prices, ai 
J. C. fc U. C. BtRBANK i Co.'s 

1 w rrTT' aTc'ka < J^ ^ assorte i > 

X^mO Fruits, consisting of IMiinis, I'ruues, 
Currants ami Citron, all new crop, for sale ai 
nricrs to suit the times. ...,.„, 

.1. C. Sl U. q. BURBANK & Co.'s 

xrou WILiTfIND ONE OF THK 

1 largest and best selected stocks of Grocer 
ies In the West, at the warehoii.He of 
di-c l\i yy.St 11. C. Bl RBANK ft Co^ 

O rTn^T E R S ' INKS. 



AH sorts, kinds, and colors, from the celebrated 
mauutactorv of J. E. Wavle, New York, for sale 
at iniuufaeturer's prices, by , 

dcclJ J.C.&ll.C. BURBANK ft CO. 



On and after this date, by special arrangomenf, 

The iMerchants' Dispatch 

Will receive and forward from this city to Now 

York and Boston freights requiring quick 

transportation, at 

Louver I^ates ancl in 
Better Time, 

Than can be obtained by any other route or con- 

veyance except the regular Express, by 

passenger trains. 



TIME GUARANTKED. 



All shipments received at door of shipper and de 
livered at destination 

FREE i)V CARTAUE. 



CELEBRATED NOISELESS ' 

SEWING MACHINES. 

MAKING BOTH THE 

Qro V9r & B aker and the Lock Stitch 
PRICE MO aud i:pwami»m. 

FIR.ST PKEMIUMS in Illinois, Ohio, Iowa and 

Michigan. 
Parties iMirchnsing niaciiines of the GROVER 
ft BAKKU S. M. CO., can have their clmlce of 
inachiues luukiiig either stitch, and change If thev 
desire to The onli/ company able to offer mich 
induci'mcnts. They also offerto the public at the 
extremely low price of 

Forty-Five Oollars 

A Straight Needle Lock}Stitch Machine, 

Suitable for Tailors and Family use. This machine 
is of large size, rapid, quite stmplt and fur supe- 
rior to the shuttle or lock stitch machines here- 
tofore sold at $75 to *10(J. 

«^ Northwestern omc* Third street, opposite 
Ingersoll's Block, St. Paul, Minn. 

P. S. -Plain and Fancy Stitching done to order. 
[Jel» tjan 1] 






j&ai^dttJatc* 



u 



Wheeler & Wilson's 



/I on BOXES assorted TO- 

4t-iJ v/ bacco, comprising all the favorite 



The well known reputation of tliis Line In trans- 

j>orting Westward bound business, during 

the last ten years, will Ih' 

A SUFFICIENT GUAR.\NTEE 

That all contracts made by It, will bo faitUfully 
carried out. 




bruuu^, at 



.1. C. ft H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 



^g\ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAS'l 

»Jv7 steel Axes. Also M dozen Red Rlvei 
.Axes : ii,5sj U5 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, lirst 
quality, at ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ BURBANK ft Co.'s 



I DECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT, 
\ 1,000 Pounds Uriku Pkaches, and 7,oa 
Poinds Dkiku APfLK.s, to be sold low for cash. 
my:utf J. C. BURBANK ft CO. 

rpo'MY FRIENL^S' & PATRONS 



Having engaged .-ny flervlccs to the Mesirs. J. 
C. & U. C. Burbank & Co., corner Levee and Sib- 
ley streets, Z may be found in the Wholesale Gro- 
cery Department, where it will afford me pleasure 
to see my old customers once more. 

V «- shall have a Inrge and well selected stock 
of goods, usuallv kept In our line, on hand, which 
I respi-ctlully ask you to examine before purchas 
in? els"where. I liepe to merit for the house a 
portioa at least of t'lat patronage you have here- 

totore so liberally l»««»o*«''l"P"" "1?,,„t,....„ 
Uj^rsJ A. L. LAKr t.»> 1 r^UK. 





The Mercliants' Dispatch 

Is also prepared to offer Increased facilities, both 
in time and rates, for 

WESTWARD BOUND BUSINESS. 

Our freights are transported by Emigrant and 

fast Freight Express trains, and handled by 

our own men at all points of transfer. 

ClMiuiM for I.oiiaes uml Maniuir*'* will 

toe i»rouiptl.r wdjnati'tl at tliU 

Office. 

For rates or further Information Inquire of 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO., 

Agents. 
St. Paul, June 18th. 1803. jelO-3m 

1863. 1863. 1863. 

Suiiktnox* A.x*r>u,ngreinciit. 



I 15,000 



50 



ELS 



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B A R R 

— OF — 

CARBOIV OIL. 

ALSO A QUASTITT OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

W'orsalobv -T. C. ft H. C.BURBANK fc Co. 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

OARRYUVO THK 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AKD THB 

XJuitea Statois Miail. 



C ATHC^I^T Sc CO. 

AT THEIR OLD STORE. 
THlrd Street SJto 3?rtiil, 

Are In receipt of their 

Spruig Slock of Dry Goods 

We have a large and beautiful assortment'of 

t:>ress &00DS. 

\Vhlch wc would Invite the Ladies special atten- 
tion to. 
We would invite Mcrcliant Tailors to call an 
examine our stock of 

Cloths and Fancy Cassimeres 

Which is very large and desirable ; we are selling 
low. To Merchants from the Country, we pro- 
pos^ to job < ioods at Chicago or iP waukeo prices 
^ freight added. CaU and e.Kam.|y-lM-fore buying. 
miirl-dJkwlV CAIUCARI & lu. 



F 



OR THE CARS. 



The roads are well stocked with first clasf 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careful and expe- 
rienced drivers, all under the control of oomp©" 
tent agents. 



Of them ia use in this country 
and Europe. 

These are the only machines making 
th« Lock Stitch with the Rotating 
Hook. 

Are profltabie and available a life 
time. 

Equal to ten seamstresses. 

Au annual dividend of 100 to 60Q 
per cent, (on their cost) may be obtained in 
use — by their possessor. 

The Class Cioth-Presser, (so pdpu* 
lar,) can only be bad with these Machines. 

jyl4 2iH Third street, St. Paul. 

Tj^LORENCE SEWING 
MACHINE AaElSrCY, 

Directly opposite Steos' Furniture Store, 

Third Street, 

Makes FofR dlstinct stitches on one and the 
same machine, all of which make the seam alike 
on both sides of the fabric. 

It combines all the good qualities of other first 
class Machines, and possesses many advantages 
over any and ail of them. 

It is the most simple and pekkect in its con- 
struction of 

ANY YET OFFERED TO TUE PUBLIC. 

No Machine covers so great a range of work. 

^f It setcs Six or Eight thicknesses of Full 
Cloth dottm to the finest fabric, with equal facili- 
ty, without change of tension. 

FEEDS TO TUE RIGHT OR LEFT. 

No difficulty experienced in sewing across thick 
seam. 

qu. 

the FASTEST SEWERS in the 



DRYGOODS, 

From New York Auction Sales. 
D. W. INGERSOLL & €0., 

Are Just receiving their third purchase of 
Spring: and Suinmer 

r> n, Y G^oor>s, 

Bought at the recent 

PANIC AUCTION SALES. 

And offer to their old customers great bargains in 

Ladies' I>ress Ooods, 

AS FOLLOWS : 
1,000 yards best quality Mozambique. 
2,000 do striped Lenas, at 25 cents. 
1,000 do Plaid Arsollnas, 35 cents. 

800 do black and white Challlos, 30 cents. 
1,000 do striped Plaid and Mode. 

COLORED ALPACCAS AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

English & American Ginghams. 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

CALICOES, 

Some as low as 15 cents. 



rURT RECEIVED, 

A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
Felloes, &d., 

Also. GRASS SCYTHES, SNATHS t"0l*K8i 

RAKES ANDCR>DLES. 

A few casks of 

I^ITTSBURG COAIj. 

Always on hand at lowest prices. Wholesale 
and Retail, Itar Iron, Sheet Iron, I'low Ste"l, 
Spring Steel, Cast Steel, Nails, Spikes, Hp>;ln««. 
Axles, Bolis, Carriage Trimmings, ILlmble 
Skeins, Blacksmith's Tools, Chains, and 

Heavy Harclware. 

W^arehouse 154 Third street, St. Paul. 

J. 13. BKA.r>E]V. 

apl7-ly 



P, p. HODGES & CO. 

DEALERS IM 

Standard Parm MacMnery, 

AT 

Nicols & Deans' Iron Store, 

Third. Street, 
ST. PAUii, Hcorar. 

Agents for Bravley A Pitt's Buffalo Threshing 
Machines. 
" «' KuMSttll & Co's Masslllon Threslilng 

Machines. 
" " Mccormick's Reaper and Mower. 
'< " John H. Manny's Reaper and Mower. 
«' " Bickford& llutfman's Grain Drill. 
" " H . A. lltts & Co'i Chicago Threshing 
Macliines. 
Also a general stock ef Agricultural Imple- 
ments on hand, to which we inviU' the attention 
of farmers and others wishing to purchase. 
NICOLS & DEAN. 
al-Cm 1'. E. HODGES. 



SAUT\lJEHS""BRa & C(:. 



WBOLBHALB DBAUCM U 



BOOTS Sl shoes. 



Mo. SS l.ak« Street, Chlcac** 



We have In store and offer to the Trade a rerjr 
DESIRABLE and CHOICE STOCK of BOOTS 
AND SHOES of the best styles, selected several 
months since, beJore the Ute advance in foods, 
which we will sell 

LOW FOR CASH 



Sliox>t Approved Credit. 
SAUNDERS, BROTHER ft 00. 



m31-6m 



28 Lake Street. 



OPRING TRADE. 



marl-a&wly 



Our Omnlbusses will run to and from the prin 
clpal Hotels and Boats in connection with the 
trains of the 

ST. PAIL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for In 
an wer to orders lett at the .Vmerican, Interna- 
tion landM.rchants.orat our office. 

jv :t .I.e. BURBANK A CO. 

T^XPRESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Messengers to 
SI. ANTON V AND MINNEAPOLIS 

TTvico Daily, 

Leaving St. Paul at 11.30 .V. M. and 5 p. M.; re- 
turning arrive at 8.:!5 A. .M. and fl.:«> p. M. Pack- 
H<T,.s weighing 50 lbs. or le.«s, and not exceeding 
>!?><i in value will be curried for TKX <ENrs, and 
delivered at owner's doors. Particular attention 
will be paid to tilling orders. Pnrcliascs will l.e 
made at best rates obtainable and no charge made 
lor ^'uch services. 

Express matter for St. Cloud and all interme- 
diate points will leave St. Paul, Mondays at 5.45 
\. M. and Tuesdays and Thur^davs at 5.00 P. M. 

jolO-tf J. C. BU RBANK fc CO. 

(5uns & pistols. 



SCHEDULE or DEPARTfRES FROM 8AUIT PAUL 

For Stillwater— Daily , at 8 A. M. 

For Shakopee, Joixlon, St. Lawrence, Bell. 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse <i. 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Daily at 4 o'clock 
*. >• 

For Rosemount, Cnstle Rock, Northfield. Can 
Qor. *:ity, Faribault, .Medford, Clinton Falls am 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatonna, for Wilto 
St. Mary's, Wlnneb:igo Agency and Mankato 
Also for Rice Lake, Claremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, Chaitield, and Winona— Daih 
u 4 A. M. ^ J 

For Industrlana, Anoka, Orono, Orlanda 
Montlcello, Clearwater, St. Augiista and St. 
Cloud— Dailv, at 5 A. M. 

ForSauk Rapids, Belle Prairie, Fort Ripley ano 
Crow Wing— Mondays, Wednesdays and Fil- 
dav"> at 5 o'clock a. m. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre. Breckinridge, Fort 
Abercrombie Mondays and Thursdays at 5 
o'clock A. M. 

For Sunrise, with conn<»ctlona for Superioi 
and Baylield— Mondays Wednesdays and Fri- 
davs, at 7 o'clock a. .m. 

For further particulars Inquire at the General 
Otflce on Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK ft CO. 
ap^l-dly Prot>ri.'tors 



Runs more quiet than any^other Machine. 
They ai 
WORLD. 
A child o*" ten years can 

ADJUST THE NEEDLE, 

As easily as an experienced operator. 
They give universal Hatlsfaction whereverused 
I he most Inexperienced can work them per 

fectly and with ease. 
They range In price from $53 to $115. 

«^ EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED.-** 

Hemmers and all necessary tools included. 
G. W. RA' COCK, Agent. 
1yl5 cor. -Id and Minnesotasts.. St I'aul. 



In Fancy Goods, we are prepared to offer great 
bargains. 

Ladies' Collars, 

Embroidered, Linen and Ruffled. 
BAREGE AND GliENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS- 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from U}ic to *1. 

Ill Grloves and Hosiery, 

We have every variety, for ladies and gentlemen. 
Embroidery Braids, silk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 

"BRADLEY'S" Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens we have Broadcloths, Cassimeres, 
Ladies' Cloakings, and Men's Wear of all kinds. 
Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Table Covers, 
Oil Cloth Covers, &c. 

We will sell at prices to vevy competition. All 
purchasers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will find this the best place to buy for cash. 

I>. W. Ingfersoll &> Co., 

ST. r AUl-, ]»MW. 

my26-tf 



FAIRBANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

or ALL K1SD8. 

Also, WarehouseTracks, Letter 

Presses, Ac, &c. 

FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAFA CO., 
172 Lake Street, Chicago. For sale in St. Paul, 
by J. C. fe H.C. Burbunii » Co. 
Be careful to buy only Uie genuine. jel4-awly 




TO THE MER- 
CHANTS OF THE NORTH-WEST. 

We respectfully Invite you to examine our une- 
qualled Miscellaneous stock of 
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, YAM- 
KEE NOTIONS, WOOLEN GOODS, 
HOSIERY, CROCKERY, CHINA, 
GLASS, CUTLERY, PLATED 
GOODS. ETC.. ETC. 
No house in the country offers better Induoe- 
ments in goods and prices. We have every facil- 
ity and are prepared to sell the Best Cash Trade 
at a profit below Fjistem figures. 

;(a-Speciai attention paid to all orders accom- 
nied with money or references. 

B01»'E]V BROTHKBS, 
fnaportera aad jr»l»l>«ra, 
Kos. 72, 74 and 76 Lake St., Chica|ro< 
m31-ly. , 

SAGLZS "WORKS 

MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



J. 



H 



B Y E R S , 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IW 
COPPER, SHEET IRON AND TIN WASB 

OPPOSITE THE niG CIX>CK, 

JACKSON STREET, St. Paul, SlinnesoU. 
novl4-dft.wly 



A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 

SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS, HOES, CUL- 
TIVATORS AND PLOWS. 

CORN PLOWS on hand and for sale at the 
owest market rates. ^^..^r . ^« 

je5-tf NICOLS, DEAN A CO. 

A COMPLETE ASSORTIVIENT OF 

WAGON HUBS, SPOKES, BENT AND SA W- 

RD FELLOES, SHAFTS,i^c., 
AU of the very best material, just received and 
ofr sale by 
apt»4 ly 




NICOLS fc DEAN. 



I^iscttlaneouis. 



F 



RECEIVED 



JUST 

A NEW LOT OF 

LINEN COATS, 

PLAIN LINEN DRILL 

PANTS, 

AND A FINE LOT OF FIGURED 

MARSEILKS VESTS, 
All of which we are prepared to sell at 

REDUCED TRICES. 

mv30.tf TM ■»»•»»». 



E. 



W 



ANTED! 



^oteK 



REMINGTON & SONS, 

Manufacturers of 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

For the I'. .S. Government. 
We al.<o manufacture a variety of 

POOKKT MSXOLS, 

Of approved patterns, for both Ordinary and Fix- 
ed Auimunition, together with Rifle and Shot- 
(;un Barrels, Gun Locks, Mountings, and Gun 
aiaterials Generally. 

trf Price lists and Circulars furnished on ap- 
plication. Address 

E. RE.m:VC}TO^ 4c ftOWA, 

jel4- 1m* Ilion, N. Y. 

/^UNS AND PISTOLS. 

Third Street, St. Paul, 

Calls the attention of Military and Sporting 
Classes, to his large an<l well nelectcd stock of 
SH()T(JUNS, WE.SSONS & BALLARD CART- 
KIU(iE KIKLE,SMrrH & W E.SSONS', COLT'S 
and oilier;^' make of PISTOLS, Ac. 

A large stock of Fishing Tackle of all descrip- 
tions. 

Fine laminated steel barrel Shot Guns, made 
to order. 

jfar Repairing promptly attended to. 

POWDER, SHOT and CAPS, for sale. 

my:U-:^m 



A Girl to Cook, Wash, Ac, In a small family. 
Nene but a competent person need apply to 

-w^. s. com:bs, 

BOOKSTORE, 

In the 
Jan2.1 POST OFFICE BUILDING. 



E 



STABLISHED 176 0, 



LOUR, 

At Wholesale and Retail. 

Extra and Double Extra, 

Made from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 

AT THE 

Cannon Falls 31ills, 

SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOUR WAREHOUSE 

OP 

c M. bkoom:e, 

Third-st., between Jackson and Robert-sta. 
janSl-ly 



-ryniTCHER'S hotel. 

Fourth-St., between Bobeit and Jackson, 

st. paul, minne.sota. 
E. B. WHITCHER, Propuietor. 

Tlie above house having recently been opened 
anil thoroughly renovated anil n-furnished, the 
Proprietor would respectfully solicit a share ol 
the public patronage. «irGood Stabling and 
caretul Hostlers in attendance. |ylO-tf 



FOIl.TIl'AITS 



TTERNDON HOUSE, 

Corner of Third and Vermillion Streets, 

HASTINGS, - - - MLNNESOTA, 

w. E. Mi::fT, 

Late of the Merchants' Hotel, at St. Paul, 

PROPRIETOR. 

$^ Passengers conveyed to and from the 
Boats free. jeli»-3m 



rpEMPERANCE HOUSE. 

JOHN BURNHAM, Proprietor, would respect- 
fully announce to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new and commodious building on the 
corner of Jacksoc and Fourth streets, for the ac- 
commodation of travelers, where he will be hap- 
py to see his old friends, and all others who may 
favor him witli their patronage. The house is 
only two blocks from the steamljoat landing and 
railroad depot. Baggage "111 be carried from and 
to the boats /ree of charge. Table supplied with 
the best the market alfords, 



tached to the premises. 
St. Paul, AprU 9,1863. 



Good stabling at- 
1^)11-17 



B. P. BARTLETT, Artist, 

From NEW YORK CITY, Is non» prepared to 
PAIIXT PORTIIAITS, 

Hiandscapes, &c» 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

4^ He will also give lessons In Drawing and 
Oil Painting, at his Studio, over Munger's Music 
Store, Concert Hall Block, St. Paul, MinnesoU. 

Jyl9-tf 

^ry I L L I A M D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
gT. PAITL, MINNKSOTA. 
RRFPRRRNCES : 

Hon. George Opdyke, New York City 

John G. Treadwell, Albany, New York i 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D.,.. ..Albany, New York i 

Hon. R. A. Law, Chicago, Ills 

Geo. S. Blaiichard, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chase, McKinuey and Moors Boston 1 

lelldaollmfcwlirw 



I*eter I.iorillai'd., 

Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

lO and IM C;tawnib«r«-8t., 

(Formerly 42 Chambers Street, New York,) 
Would call the attention of Dealers to the articles 
oi his manufacture, viz : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

Macaboy, Demigros, 

Fine Rappee, Fure Virginia, 

Coarse Rappee, Nacliitoches, 

American Gentleman, Copenhagen, 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch, 

High Toast Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, 
Irish High Toast, or Lundyfoot. 
Fresh Scotch. 

*^ Attention is called to the large reduction 
In prices of Fine-Cut Chewing and .>moklng To- 
baccos, which will be found of a superior quality. 

TOBACCO. 

FINE CUT CHEWING.— P. A. L.. or plain: 
Cavendish, or Sweet; Sweet Scented Oronoco ; 
Tin Foil Cavendish. 

SMOKING.— Long; No. 1; No. 2; Nos. 1 and 2 
mixed; Granulated; S, Jago; Spanish; Canas- 
ter; Turkish. 

N. B.— A circular of prices will be sent on ap- 
Ikation. marl5-ly 



§tvAi^t^ 



iiiiaa** 



DKNTISTRY. 
DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 



DENTAL ROOMS IN 
Winslo-w House, 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M. 
Jc4-4tm US. Antbony, min. 

DR. DkMONTREVILLE, 

D K N T I S T , 
(Office In French's Block.) 
Third Ktr«et, meiar tlse> PoaS Oflc«, 

SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA 

|an20-Iy 




/^ W. WOOLLET, 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 
FORTVA-RDINQ- 

AND 

Oommisisioii Miercliant, 

DKALKR IN OROCKRIK8 

GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, AC, AC, AC. 

AHD 

AGENT FOR THX 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul, 
Boston, New EngUnd, Montreal, New York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
civorable terms. 
Mark packages, "C. W. WOOLLET, 

St. Paul, 
)anl-dly For ■ 

POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 

O G D E N , 

DEALERS IH 

Ohina., Olass &> Slartlieii 
Ware, 

WITH AK ENDLESS VARIETT OF 

Housekeeping Articles. 

It Is the design of this House to supply HOUSE 
KEEPERS with every possible want. 

UNION BLOCK, No. 115 Third-st., 

COR. THIRD AND ROBERT-STS., MIN. 

je5-dAw 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES, 
SNUFF, Ac. 

F. W^. TUCHELT, 

Wholesale and ReUll Dealer In Tobacco, Cigars. 
Ac. Fine Imported Cigars, Stioklng and Chew- 
Ina Tobacco. Fine Cut (hewing, superior to any 



JUST RECEIVED BY 
EXPRESS. 

A beautiful lot of 

ALPACCAS & SARATOGA 

PLAIDS, 

ALSO 

A handsome lot of 

HAIR NETTS, 
1 Gri*ena<iineVeils,&c., 

Which we are offering at 

REI>XJCEI> I»PMCES. 

CALL AND SEE THfiM, 

At 14e Third Street. 
L. C. BURT, 

apl5-3m ST. IP AUK* 



HONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Pike streets. 

This esUblishment is now in full operation, an 
is prepared to furnish all kinds of 
IRON AND BRASS 

CASTINGS, FORGING, Ac, 
at the lowest Eastern rates, viz, Heavy MiU cast 
ings. Columns, Sash weights, Grate Bars, Sleigh 
shoes, &c., three cents per pound. Brass cast- 
ings. Babbit metal, 25 to 30 cents per pound. 
Lathe work $3.00 per day. Particular attention 
given to Steam Engine and Boiler work. Thresh 
ing Machine repairing promptly attended to. 

Steam Engines and Boilers, Threshing machines, 
new and second handed, for sale or exchange 
very low. GILMAN & BUSHNELL. 

ST. PAUL, July 5ih, 18r.2. dly 



DO YOU WANT 

STEAM ENGINES OR BOILERS 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 
PATENT SUGAR CANK MILUS, 

PATKKT STEAM COIL EVAPOKATOK8, 

PATENT STAMP MILLS 

FOB 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuU and descriptions 
prices, kc; also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS 

AHD MACHIHEET OF ALL DE8CEIPTIOH8, 
Too numerous to mention. 
CHICAGO, - - ILLIKOIS. 

P. W. GATES, President, 
N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. 



mr"-dAwlT 



ttlllt$ & S^\H<K». 



B 



O O T S AND SHOES, 



AT 



NEW YORK PRICES. 

so per Cent. Saved 

BY 

BUYING YOUR SHOES 



AT 



BROWN'S 

]SrE^\^ STOUE, 
113 Third Street, 

One block above the Merchant's Hotel. 
je5-y .. .-. 



Xj^OSTER & HARDENBL^GH, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAIL BIAKERS, 

31 •. 217 Sontli ITator Street, Clsicav*, 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of 

]>£ciiiilla. &. TaxTed Rope, 
Ditdiini? Hopes, 

Old Canvass, Oakum, Tar, Pitch, 

CHAINS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TENTt, A^^S- 

INGS, WAGON COVERS, COTTON 

AND RUSSIA DUCKS, 

FJL.A.O«, &c., Ac. 

Common and Patent I«oU« ITfceela, for build- 
ings, constantly on baud. 

GEO. F FOSTEK. Cjel3-ly) < . M. HAVDESBrB«-H 

GS^ROCERIES, 

SHORES & TATOR, 
T^riiolesale Grrooer», 

47 South Water Street, 

CmC-A^GhO. 
r. D. TATOB 



\ 



L. SHORES, 

m3l-6m. 



••••••••• 




in the city, 
sortment. 



>g, I 
Pi 



Dr. T. D. SIMONTON, 

DENTIST. 



Sweet Briar Root Pipeti, a large as- 

F. W. TUCHELT, 
Third-st., near Edgerton's Bank, 

St. Paul. 



GREAT BARGAINS 

AT 

THo Cheap Oasli Store. 

We will commence tliis morning selling our stock 
of SUMMER 

DRESS GOODS, 

PARASOLS, 

Sixmnier Shaw^ls, 

BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, 

BALMORALS, 

COTTONADES AND LIGHT CASSIMOiRES, 
At greatly 

REDUCED PRICES. 

IF TOU WANT BARGAINS^ 

COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. 

Remember the place. 

No. 218 Third Street, St. Paul, 

NEXT DOOR TO N. W. EXPRESS OFFICE, 



lyj I L I T A R Y ! 
Officers' Cavalry Boots, 
OFFICERS' RIDING BOOTS, 
OfHcei^' Zonaves, 

AND FOR PRFTATES EVERY KIND 

or 

BOOT & SHOE, 

CAN BE FOUND AT 

-Wm, J. SMITH * CO.'S. 



G' 



ILLETTE, WHITNEY & CO., 

BUCCK980B TO 

Thompson, Whitney & Co 

Manufacturers and Jobbers of 

BOOTS aiMi SHOES, 

46 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO, ILL 
We are now reoelrlng a large stodt of Goods 

FROM THB 

BEST lANUPACTORIES IN THE EAST 

and with very large addition to our 

HOME-MADE CUSTOM WORK; 

We are prepared to offer to the Country Trad 
the best assortment of BooU and Shoes 

the city. 

GILLETTE, WHITNEY A CO. 
P. O. Drawer 18<W. al-6m. 



^xmnvLtu 



my6-ly 
TDALMER'S PURE VINEGAR. 

We would Inform our old patrons and the pub 
licg»*nerally, that we are again at our old stand 



aplStf 



BOOTS & SHOES 



AT 




VER Y LOW PRICES, 



AT 



HILPATRIC&'S. 



I>. ^W. TVIOHOLS, 

General Insurance Agent. 

H OME, 

OF NE W HA YEN, CONNXCTICUT. 

LORILLARD, 

METROPOLITAN. 

AND NIAGARA, 
OF NEW YORK CITY, 

^Marine Insrtranee. 
PHOEivrx:, 

OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, 

T T E E 
MUTUAL BENEFIT. 

OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STOK^ 
myfrdly Third street, St. Paul. Ml*. 



St. Paul. June «, 18W. 



e« 



Je^-tf 



£ £ D S 



rp A X D 

THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 

latest and l)est form of 



c 



1 1 



CASH!!! 



H. KNOX TAYLOR. ^^ 

ASH! CASH 

ft CEJfTS, » CK»T», * CKltXS 

dfor good No. 1 Cotton Rags. Four centsl 
the best Iciud of old wliito paper, and oW booM 

...„- ., ,„. . t.,nPon« 111, 8U1UII.1.- .u. »»..n„.,^ -^^. of any kind, and will *^nd to any part Ol the ciry 

ithlhe very best quality of Vinegar, at prices "^,^^^*- f J^;* L^iriyiature »«<* »» conformity for them, if you leave vour orders at l>*7*nP«^ « 
, low as can be bought in this or any other mar- l?i Xheir rlqu^lsftions.aid is prepared tyy .ae . Book Store' Putnam*^, P. O. Bo^ 1542, or at 
,. r.^„.. «■-„-.. h«cn..ntrv will rPc^Wfl nromnt , witnauiueirrequi8iuou»,»u y y 7 West's, on Robert street, uextto Third. 

1 marlitf •'• WK5T. 



...„ ,, . ^ , Paidfor good No. 1 Cotton Rags. Fourcentslpr 

on Sibloy-st , manufacturing the above celebrated | ^ ^ , ^ , ^ y^^i ,o,ni of the 

^''"'■«"- ^'V/.?»:i"T.?.'':**«^"v^":l"^"r*?i^ Sxl^r. ltis«uit!lbleforsaIesund.rthesey- of a 



Ingersoll's Block. Bridge Square, St. Paul. I i^t"."" 0'^e"<"'"om the country will reccire prompt i s*.J?«^,Jh^rtt'l«s' 
49- leeth inserted In the oesi style on Gold, attention. ' *'"*^ autnonues 

Silver and Vulcanite. )•» I jyu>.3m C. C, LEWIS fc CO. 



Prioe W cents per dosen, or M per bun4r*«. 



OIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Indemnity can be had. 

a*anm •«» beinff taken by the Government t« as- 
oemTnwho^vl wffervl loss In property, «d 
theexteat of such loss, by the late bioux Indian 
ontb^k! with the view of adjusting the same. 
T?ie undersigned have »» the necessary forms^d 
ape Dossessed of superior advantages /©r harln« 
tihesecUims allowed and settled In the shortest 
Sweti^e, and will give .pedal atteatlon t« 

.«ch as are 1^^^%^^^^ ^^^ornej.' 

St.Faul,8^;>t.24,lMX. 




THE SAINT PAUL PRESS. THURSDAY, JTJLY 30, 1863. 



T 



tlJ^ CITY. 



Ac. U>KNT.— MlK vri'T Ol'>4 Esc.u-K..— 

Ycstordav evenug iUkjui six o'clock, the tum- 
Jolm S. I^incc met w ih an acci- 

,,,l tilt ; I to ^^<lU«■ o{ 



ily of Hon 
dntwhchMcM n-j.\\ , i>n 

rldin.:: dowa ^\ab.l^Ua^v 

»j;o. th'rtwu by ;i sln.,lo 

^0 \\..s Mr.'. !*r niv and 

tluKlron, togitlur \vi>h 

the diivcr. The lurva^c w;iii i>a.-Mn^' the 

on Fouith hticot, at ii rapid 

alH)nt to turn into the hutcr 



them. Ihey wore 
street in nn op.n ca-riaj 
borso. In the i-ani.'. 
her sister, and tnree 



\ll<llSl> 



Vnion 
pure, and 

street, when one o( the axle lK>lts oi tho >lia'is 
came out, and the axK> ^^vin•;hl- ronnd, the 
othtr bolt twi>ted .>tr. Tlu- horsi> i-omineneed 
kickini,' as the shafts fell on his heel.s and then 
8tar>e.l otf. The drivi-r hcl.l on to the reins 
as long as he could, but was ilr.-^'^ed from his 
seat to the .mvund. The earriaije was by this 
time headcil d.mn t^tnet, and with the mo- 
mentum already pnned. ran aeroxs the s dtv 
walk, and j)lum;ed into the fit i)f the .luany a 
few feet otr. eom:»letely np-settiui;. aiulturniu.:,' 
Inntomui.. Tlie uimaio wciv thrown v.o- 
leutly out. auil fell vn the .>iones Ih lu-ath it. 
ThuVwasal, the work of an itistaut. »>efore any 
u>-<ist;uuv louM bo i,'ivcn them. 

Some ^{entkinen M the rnion House, who 
baw the accident, hastcneil to raise the ear- 
riage, and extricate the lades and li;tle f,''»ls 
trom iKnealh it, who were all fouml t<> 
be severely cut and hijurcil, principally on the 
f.icc anil head. Tluy were taken to the resi- 
dence of Colonel Marshall, near by, and the 
wounds dresscil by Dr. Stc\un-t. 

lU a ndracle, almost, no fa:al injuries were 
found on any of the party, and no bones were 
broken, whieli seems sin.irnlar, considcrmu' the 
fall ihcv had. >ome .>-eNere eontu.-ions and 
cuts, trom which not one of the number es- 
caped, was fortunately all the injury cau.»cd 
by this accident, whieh was sueh an one as in 
nine cases out often, would have undoubtedly 
produced fa al injuries. 

The mjuiy friends of the family will be 
glad to learn that all the parties injured by 

this casualty are doini,' well. 

«•» 

ToucK CoUKT. — Madame Claneey was 
np again before the corrcgidor yesterday, on 
the old charge of intemperance and disorderly 
conduct, and was sent to jail for four days. 
What to do with this creature is becoming 
quite a serious (luestion with the police juduc. 
To send her down for a long time is only bur- 
dening the eity with the cost of her board; 
while to let her otf with a short one, i- only to 
have her back again right «>tf < n the old ciuirge. 
An irreconcilable feud has sjjrung uji between 
Mrs. Clanccy and her okl ncighl«urs, wlmm 
she accuses of having burnt her shanty in the 
"patch." It promises to be prolitic in rows. 

What a pity there is not a workhou>e or a 
house of correction for such creatures. The 
tax-payers feel its necessity every day. 

Castello & Van Vmf.ck's Ciucls. 
—This excellent Show hail an overMowing 
tent yesterday afternoon and last night, 
nnd the large audiences who witnessed 
t'.ieir icrformanees came away highly 
pleased. The performers at this Circus are 
each unexcelled in their line, and are equal to 
any who have appeared before the public here. 
They give another exhibition this :.ftenioon, 
and one this evening, which will Ix^ the liist. 

The rush to see the Circus is noteworihy. 
Crow ds have had to leave at every exhibition 
for want of room. There was some complaint 
yesterday at the Ticket-seller for not being 
on hand punctually. Persons complained 
that they waited an hour to get tickets, while 
some, tired of waiting, went away. 



\ng; J II Sht'ploy and wlf**, St Anthony; H Uy- 
<l.>r Kiver; .Mri» lumiei , New York; Mrs t'ol 
Mori is, do; .1 A Stimebivniser, Kiver; Mrs ClailO, 
il N »"oll>«lh. N-w llrtiu^sliire; A .M Kriaiev, 
Mimomiii; N K Killmore, St raul; .1 Wile, wllo 
an i servniit. Whlti' Hfio; Kniiik KrliU.-y,>t An- 
thony ; Ii CFrldley.do; (ieo W rrofts Miime- 
iM,i.li,-.: cluis K<'l'His'>.». .lo; Levi >\ he. ler. ^Hiik. 
Uil)i'«<; .» t; K.iiibiiuk;-, .Mihvuiiko.- ; » 1 iieiii- 
itoii, lU.iiiiig^. 

I Hoiirv l.ynoh, >t I'ttid; J Attiuiis. Smt. 1 iiie, 
M<l;Micha.-Mi.> lUng. stfloud; Mi'-hti.l Kirlv, 

i r,tv- 111 uias ,1 Y.Hks. SMUvNater: li«'OiK»' M 
Keiilv. »1..: "urrv K KeiiA.lo; <'h:\» K b«><:k, 
iM.rt -lulling: '"'>" I'i'iiie*. tlo; .Josliuu >\ • ke- 
li. l.ldo; Will liliii-'tell; K !■ ruker ; flioj* llnmip 
doii, Wiiikliigton. I» f; K f> l»""k 
Wiiis^; »• ♦; t;a.-<sl««r, fleveluMil, ti 
liif, do; C H LviiiBU, NortlitiilU 



ten killed and thirty wounded. We also traitor uh worthy of the confidence that 



iioU'v ; 
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riiiiiiias 
ntd K Wls- 



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Steamboat and River News. 



taptureil a large (juanlity of commissary 
»tt)r«'.s. 

IJIuut, though sick, commanded in per- 
son. 

TMK LDCAI.ITY AND SITUATION. 

Our iHsjiatch above, locates Hhint's 
brilliant li^ld at Honey S|iriii<is, a small 
village i'» the C'reek eoimtiy. The liulum 
territory is ofcii|>ied by the CMieroki-es, ^ 
Cru«'k« and Choctaws, the (fecks iidiab- ■ 
itinj^ the central strip, from east to west. | 
.\ brit 1 regime of the operations in this I 
(lepartmi lit will be of iiitenst. 

t)n till- Ith of .July, (ien. lUnnt and 



had been placed in his ability. 

The Federal loss in the various skirm- 
ishes and assaults that had taken place 
, amounted to DW men. Citizens said 
I there had been much sickness (luring the 
numincr months amon<; the troojis thorc. 
On the fields around there were liundreds 
upon hundreds of graves, made iiriin-i- 
jially since May hist. When .lolinston 
I hit .Jackson lie took away with him be- 
j tween blty and sixty jiieces of artillery. 
Many ol them were old and not sale to 
use. 

Jcir Davis' house had been overhauled 



OI .uiiy. v.eii. 1....... «.... , ,,^. ^^,,j^. ^f j^,,^ soldiers. Amonj^r other 

stair arrived I lom tort Leavenworth, at 
Kort Scott, a military post on the Manni 



The riv«r l.t statl'>nary,Hiitl Is roportoil as be- 
ing better tlimi a few wi'okit sliic.«. »» tlio eJian- 
uel U more cUurly deluied. The lH>atii luakc 
trip-* Willi eoiisiilendiU-regulurlty ni>w. 

liu- i'lie steaiiier Ii. .S. Allen siicce.'ds the 
!.\iiik.Mi iteaiu.T Klora in thi I'ruirie du Clileii 
b Jul plyiiijj between I'reacott «nil Wiiioiiu. 

itt,' Th.' I'rai.to ilu CUien line have two boHta 
ruiiuins from Wmona to I'lv.ieott, viz: the Ad. 
lliii« and ii. S. Alien. Kr.mi Winona to l.a 
Crusso iho I'lura fcluiiies does the pauxuijr trade. 
From La Oosse to Dubuque the reRular line 
boat* iiperttte. Tliuii. If a pa.isenger were to 
Hturl fioin Dul.ii.iue to St. I'unl, h.- would oIiuMKe 
iVoni tlie >id.-wlieel paeket to a ^tern•wlleel,— 
f, ..III tliat to a smaller edition ol the same, and 
litially at I'lVKCott to a -tage coach. 

tif- Old :*teainboatnieii, wlio have navigated 
the Mississippi for forty yearn, declare th»t it 
lias never been so low as this season. 

^Hanftarg iV Commttaal 

(llvTelei?rapIi.l 
Hew York Market. 

Nkw Yoi;k, .Inly -•<.>, 1 r. M. 

Klonr dull nnd Je low. r— ?i iKiy;?:") o,'). 

CJKAIN — Wheat dull and Ic lowei — #1 IWjil (Hi; 
spring ?1 lltiJl 1- for Milwaukee club. 

(\)iu dull. 

(tats dull— ftigrOc. 

I'ork dull and lower. 

SKCOS'l) nfSl'.tTCfl. 

Nkw Yoiue, July •,"»— r. M. 

I'lour openoil dull and closed heavy, fromSSlOc 
lower. 

(iiiAtx— Wheat dull and Ic lower, llW.jl 10 
for Chicrtgo .<pring; *l lljl -•-• for Milwaukee 
club. 

Corn opened steady and elo.sed lieavy Ic lower, 
Oi> a iW '.,«•. 

Data heavy and dull and lower, 713"EC. 

I'ork dull anl lower, $11 .'.Oy:$ll O.'S : old 
uie-s !?j:t Jo:*?!;! :!7i.. ; new do dlOa*!!, and new 

prime ^laVoa*!**- 

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[|{y Telegraph.! 
^'«w York Money Market. 

Nkw Y'ouk, July 20. 
.**tocks active and higher, closing strong. Mon- 
ey and exchange Is uuchaiiged. 
iU'aUing lOU^. 
<;old-,T^. 

New York Central I'M; Erie 10»,'. 
I iiiud States t.'s Insi registered, 106; Coupons 
107; one yearCertilicates 10'. 

SKCOXD D/SJ'ATCn. 

Nkw Y'ork, July 20—6 r. M. 
Gold Is vithout decided change, opening at 
27 '4 aud advancing to 27?;, cosing steady at 



ton Creek or river — a -mall branch of the 
Osage river, ami eight miles west of the 
Missouri Slate line. 

He immediately took all the available 
forces at that po«nt, liOO cavalry with two 
pieces ol artillery, and Icll lor Fort (iib- 
son, a military station in the Indian Ter- 
ritory, on the' Mosho Uivcr, near its en- 
trance with the Arkansas Kivcr, to rein- 
force Col. rhillips, who was threatened 
bv the ciiciiiv. .lust prior to this Col. 
rhillips had "defeated the enemy, consist- 
ing ol MtO Indians ami 400 Texan rangers, 
in"i gallant hght at (."abin Creek, in the 
vicinity ot Kort Blunt. ImniediaUly 
after the tight, rcinlorccincnts to the num- 
ber of "J, 000, were hurrying lorward to the 
rebels Irom Fort Smith, a station on tlie 
right bank ol the Arkaiis.is River and on 
the boundary line of Arkansas. Col. 
Phillips was tin 11 in muniiieiit danger ol 
being overwhclnicil by a vastly superior 
lorce. Cell. Blunt, however, by the mo.st 
extraordinary marches, hurrieil on to his 
rescue. Their combined Ibrces amounted 
only to 2,000 nun. Blunt, however, is 
one of those infatuated (ieneral.s who 
imagines that he was pbiced in the field to 
fight, and although he was attacking an 
enemy, outnumbering him three to one, 
he gave him battle and route I him, with 
what success the dispatch shows. 
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The Pall of Jackson. 



things found there were letters showing 
that the conspiracy to disrupt the Union 
had be<Mi in existence years before the 
election of Mr. Lincoln. Ldters Jrovt 
I'reKidents Buchanan and Pierce were dis- 
covered. They xJioired no sinoll obsequi- 
ousness towards the miyhtij JeJ}'. 

» « ♦ « ♦ 

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON. 

TUE IIKUCLM IIE:I>I ■''•>KI> ft'UO.tl 

Our K'orce* nei»iil»«tl at Fort IVoiTMer 



Bepublioan Union Convention. 

The Rcpnbllc.ins and all other uncondition- 
al I.'nion men throughout the State of Minne- 
sota, who arc earnest and honest supporters of 
the Adininlstratioii, aud who will stand by it 
without fear or fav(jr in all its efforts to crush 
rebellion and maintain the Union, and who de- 
sire to see no cessation of hostilities until the 
gloriousoldllag of our country shall wave over 
a reunited Kcpublic, " willumt a stripe enuscd or 
polluted, or a single star obscured,"— aud all,in 
Ijui', whoarc uncimipromi-ingly hostile to trait- 
ors,\vlietIicr ojien, armed rebels in the South, or 
covert advoaitcs in the North of a damaging 
and humiliating i)eace, will assemble in con- 
vention at St. raid, at Ingcrsoll's Hall, on 
Wednesday, August 1!), 18(53, at 11 o'clock a. 
M., for the puri)o.sc of nominating candidates 
for the following ollices : 

Governor; 

Lieutenant Govenior ; 

Secretary of State ; 

State Tie^tsmer; 

Attorney (icncral; 

Auditor of State; 

Clerk ot the Supreme Court. 

The ditrerent counties will be entitled to be 
represented in the Convention by Delegates, 
who arc 6o/iayi'rfc residents )f the counties from 
which they are accredited, as follows : 



m:onkta.ry. 

COIN AND EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS OF 

ITlLOxnpsoii Bro's., 

St. PAtJL, July 22, 18C3. 

Bankeronnd licensed Dealfr»in Land }Varrant$, 
Ilevolutionarp and Adult Half Breed Scrip,4c 

KXCHAMOK RATK8. 

Selling for. Premium 

Bankablp Funas ^ perct.prem 

American Gold 22perct. 

Orders for United States Land Warrants, SUte 
warrants, &c., promptly executed. 

SUte and United States Coupons paid at oni 
counter. 

Passage Certiflattea via Liverpool and Ham 
burg; l>raft8on Kngland, Ireland and Jjtotland 
France, (Jermany and Switzerland, Sweden an 
Norwuv, for sale at our office. 



Castello & Van Vleck's 

MAMMOTH SHOW, 

AXD 

Grxrcat ACora,! Hlxliibition, 



§x\xp mA PciUcittcji. 



SIMS, VAWTER & HOSE, 
WnOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 




Partictilars of its Evacuation and 
Occupation. 



GREAT DF.STUi:CTIOX OF rUOPEUTY. 
D«*«|>ond«>ut Contiltion of tlie Rebels. 

Cairo, July '*- 



Pkovost GuAitu RKixKOittEo. — The 
Provost Guard of this city was reinforced yes- 
terday by the arrival of a company of alxiut 
100 men from Fort Snell ng, who arc now 
quartered a: the Ar.-ciial. They arc com- 
manded by Capt. 0. C. Mcrniuan, of Co. B, 
Sixth Regiin n', and hy L'eutenunrs E. II,. 
Kennedy, of the Tenth, nnd J. E. Baldwin, ol 
the sixth Regiments. The coin;iany nrc dc. 
tailed for Provost Guard dulics, and will prolj- 
ably remain here sever: 1 days. 

A DKsi:i{VPDrt)Mri.i.MKNT. — The Min- 

ncapo is State Atlas says that L. V>'. lUioiic. 
special m.ss'cngi.'r b. twe. n >iiuucai>ol s ami 
St. Paul, is daily growing in favor with their 
badness men. lie i.^ proiu;)r, euergeric ami 
reliable, and we Icel war;anted in as~.uriug 
the public that all business entrusted to him 
will be projicrly attended to. 



tiovernmont slocks firm; United States 

iNSi coupons lofisuiorii; 7.:«i'8 losaiwi^. 



C's 



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See advertisement ol" *' Wanted, to 
Rent a House," in another column. 



— 



Gen. Ciiaule.s L. Woop left for Ohio 
yesterday, to be absent several weeks. 



I.OC-AI. xoricE.%. 



A Gre.\.t Discovery. — It has been dis- 
covered by tliousand.i of housewives in all sor- 
tions of the country that I). M. l)e I,an<l & Co.'.- 
C^e'^icul Salera'un is the only Saleratii» that 
will produce a uniform result, and give jK>rf-'i t 
satisfaction every time. If once you try it, you 

will»lwa\B buy it. 

. ■ «•• 

Let all those persons who wish to lire 
to a good old a::rc, and die hai)py, attend the 
grantl Floral nnd National Concert nextTue.'.- 
day evening nt Ingcrsoll's Hall. 

Admission twenty-five cents; rc.'^crvcd seals 
in the gallerj' tifty cents. 

We would advise all those who wish to sec 
the performance to the best advantage to take 
scats in the gallery. 



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The writing class of Mr. Preston, which 
closed last evening, has i>rovcd satisfactory to 
all h's pupils. He certainly displays great 
proficiency in the use of the pen, and ptjssesscs 
the happy faculty of imparting his f.kill to 
those under his instruction. The premium 
being a $10 green back, was presented to 
Dwight W, WatMm. Tho.^e splendid prizes 
which arc to be awarded next term, will Ijc 
well worth trying for. 

A NEW supply of Photographic Albums, 
compris'n? entirely new stylci never bt?forp of- 
fered in this city, can be seen at Mfrrill'4 Book" 
store. 

••» 

Atlantic Monthly for August, re- 
ceived at Mcrrill'8. 



fl5y Telegraph.] 

Chicug-o ^urket. 

< iiicAGO, July IK). 

Hour quiet. Wheat firmer. Corn active aud 

Sic better. 

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I By Teleprnph.] 
OsMeyo MMrket. 

Osw'KUO, .Tuly 'ifi. 

Flour (jaiot. Wheat inactive. Corn quiet— 
other grains nominal. 

Freights ni cliaii;?i'"l : bouls very scaice. 

UEATU OF lilElT. >VE«A.EY 1\ 
.^ILLEH. 

We have previously mentioned the 
death of Lieutenant Wesley F. Miller, 
who fell at the battle of Gettysburg ; and 
I he following letter received by Colonel 
Miller yeyterday, contains official con- 
firmation of ilie sad event : 

CaMC XFAlt BKni.lN, Mauvlant). 
July I7th, ISOS. 

Sir. — It is with deep re;,Tei I announce to 
you the death oi" your son, Lieutenant Wesley 
F. Miller, w ho was killed on the 2d of July, 
at the late battle of (ictty.slnirg, while partici- 
pating hi the repulse of the enemy's attack on 
Hock Hi 1. 

Since his apptdntment to the regiment, he 
has been coiL-^tantly on iluty with it, and had 
already become an accompli.>-hcd oiliccr. He 
was w ith his regiment in the pitched battles of 
Frcdeiicksbiirg and Chanccllorsville. He 
fought nobly in his last battle, and on a fieUl 
victorious to our arms. As a soldier, he could 
have a.->ked for no more apjiropriate plac« to 
die. While he wius with the regiment, his 
many soldierly qualities gave hiin the cKtecm 
and uttachnicnt of his brother otHccrs, and 
while (Ueply deploring his los.^ ht me, in l»e- 
lialfof the olliiers of the regiment, offer to 
condole witli you in your misfbrtunc. 

I am, respectfully, your oljedient servant, 
i). P. HANCOCK, 
Capt. 7th U. S. Infantry, Com'g Reg't. 

To this letter, Col. Miller returned the 
following touching and patriotic reply : 
St. Paii., Mixn., July 29, 1863. 
Capt. D. P. Hancock, <Jom'g"ih Infantry, U. S.A. : 

Caitain — I am just in receipt of your com- 
munication of the 17th inst., announcing the 
death of my eldest .«oii, Lieutenant Wesley F. 
Miller, at the Battle of Gettysburg, on July 2d. 

He pleased to accept for yourself, and tender 
to the ofhecrs of your command, on lichalf of 
myself and family, the sincercst gratitude for 
this expres.sion of sympathy to ourselves, and 
respect to the departed. 

While we deeply lament his full, we cannot 
but feel highly honored that he shared so long 
the reputation of so gallant a regiment — lived 
to so good a pur|)08e — ilevotcd his life to prin- 
( iples so holy — and died ujxjn a field so glori- 
ous in history. 

Very gratefully your?, 

STEPHEN MILLER. 



Harper's Magazine, for August, has 
arrived at Merrill's Bookstore, Third-8t. 



Frank Leslik'.s Magazine, for 

gmt, received and for sale at Merriil'.-s. 



Au- 



Arrlvals at the 



Hotels. 

July 29. 



WrDNF-SDAY, 

■IfTERNATmOXAA.. 

Bishop Whippl', wif^ and daughter, Kuribault; 



.1 II Diitton, Davenport ; K 1 



iipul 
Mi.^s Kiirnnm, do. 

Piunkett, Philadelphia; ii C.»nniley. -li^ntliony; 
Kr^nk Kridlev, <tt); W Blackmail, ChlcuKo; 1' B 
WiNon, Iteed's L Hiding; <i l-",. Jones New Yoik; 
Geo H I'age, Chieaifo; William i: Galloper, St 
Chan.n, Mo; Mi^s C G (ia loper.do; Miss M(dlie 
Hol'nes. .lacks nvill", lli; .John Haihawav, New- 
lu gh, lid; W .1 M>-rrill, Whito Bear Lake; S 
1> itrower and wife, Albany, N Y. 

JMERCHAaiTM. 

C 8 Buckley, I'ekin, IP ; .1 Moore, MIoneapolis; 
W K Bell, Vermont; J ii Martin, City; John L 
Hunter, Wilton; T K l>i.nforth, N W Kx ; .lohu 
B Beiiaey, str Skeduak ; J J ilUl, Walksr't Laad- 



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Prom the Par Southwest. 



Another Brilliant Union Victory. 



Cien. 



Biant with » «iiiall Force Bouses 
ft,000 Rebel*. 



Leavenwouth, July 25. — On Thurs- 
day, the 10th inst., a severe fight occir- 
red between General liliint and the rebel 
(icneral Cooper, resulting in the com- 
plete rout of the rebels. Finding that 
the n-bels had fallen back from Fort Gib- 
son, Blunt, with 2,400 men and 12 guns, 
left in pursuit. Af\er marching fif\y 
miles in twenty-four hours, they found 
the enemy .0,000 strong, in position on 
Elk Creek, lilunt immediately attacked 
I hem with artillery, and dismounted two 
rebel guns, wliicli were captured. A 
charge was finally made, when the enemy 
tied in confusion, our cavalry pursuing. 

When the courier left, the rebel loss 
was sixty killed, twenty wounded, and 
one hundred prisoners. Our losa waj 



o, 1H63. — The steamer 
•John 1). Perry arrivcil early this morn- 
iiig, bringing Memphis papers and dis- 
patches to the 2;}d, from your corres- 
pondent. The news of the Uulletin re- 
garding the occupation of Jackson is in- 
teresting, as furnishing details received 
of that affair. 1 give the article in full : 
We received last evening information 
of a very interesting nature from our 
reporter, ju>t arrived from Jackson who 
witnessed the proceedings of the evacua- 
tion that took place. From him we learn 
that on Thursday last, the 17th, Gen. 
Parke made an advance upon the enemy's 
works. Alter proceeding some 400 yards 
he was opposed by the Jsouth Carolina 
Legion, or regiment. These men had 
never before been under fire. After 
an engagement of three quarters of 
an hour they ran, having lost three 
hundred men killed. After night set 
in, the rebels had a band ot music 
on their works, which played Dixie 
and other tunes, supposed to be particu- 
larly offensive to the invaders. When 
day broke ii found that the rebel pickets 
had been withdrawn. Many of our sol- 
diers crept up to the works and ascer- 
tained that during the preceding night 
Johnston and his troops had evacuated 
the place. Soon other soldiers hurried 
in, and a scene of plunder and destruc- 
tion took place. It was put an end to 
by Gen. blair's division entering the town 
and restoring order. 

Upon inquiry it was made known that 
the evacuation began at G o'clock, of the 
preceding evening, aud was completed 
before day. 

The rebel army l^ft b t little behind — 
a very fine columbiad gun and some ar- 
tillery ammunition were taken. Some 
very fine English and (ierman ammuni- 
tion w:is found tramjied down in the 
streets, and some of the newly invented 
German phosphoric explosive musket 
balls were also discovered. Fifty or sixty 
cars were found :U the depot. 

During the night a large fire had nigcd 
in the town. It became evident on in- 
vestigation that the flames were not the 
result of Federal shells, but that ten or 
twelve stores containing commissary 
goods which could not be curried away, 
had been set fire to and a conflagration 
ensued until fifty or sixty houses were 
consumed. This destruction added to 
what occurred on the previous occupation 
of the place by the national troops some 
weeks ago, left Jackson but a pooi wreck, 
looking little like the capital of a great 
State. So deliberately had the retreat- 
ing army left the place, that they took all 
their sick with them. Very few people 
were found in the place and most of them 
foreigners. 

Some prisoners taken, asserted that 
Johnston had never intended to defend 
the works, which on inspection turned 
out to be much more complete and for- 
midable than had been su]iposed. Others 
said he would have stood siege, but a 
very exaggerated idea existed as to the 
number ot Federal troops, and intelli- 
gence had been received that a heavy 
force was advancing to flank them above. 
The news of the fall of Port Hudson 
and retreat of Urngg, had produced a 
marked effect on Johnston's army, which 
was much disheartened and discouraged 
in consequence, and openly declared that 
the Confederacy was gone up. 

Our informant visited the headquarters 
of (len. Johnston, and found them safely 
placed in an excavation where no shot 
could strike or shell penetrate. Some of 
the prisoners said the fact was character- 
istic ol the man — that he has a marvellous 
facility in finding out safe spots. Afier 
the jilace was in (ien. Sherman's hands, 
hundreds of deserters from the rebel ar- 
my began to pour in. They said the 
struggle was no longer hopeful, and that 
there was no chance of success remaining, 
and they were glad to get to the Federal 
army, and would fight against the old flag 
no lunger. 

In the afternoon of the day on which 
the place was taken possession of, 
(ienerai Sherman sent out cavalry, 
with orders to destroy railways, bridges, 
and culverts, so as to intercept com- 
munication. The troops that left with 
Johnston were expected to join liragg. 
People in the country around were loud 
in their profession that they had been 
opposed to this thing in the outset, and 
wanted to have nothing to du with it, but 
only to live quietly. They had been 
pushed into it against tbeir will, and only 
wished they ha<l Jeff. Davis and his coad- 
jutors to deal with ; that they believed if 
our soldiers would not pillage and burn, 
quite u warm Union sentiment would be 
exhibited, all of which in;iy be taken with 
allowance. Jeff. Davis, they accused of 
being guiity of not properly defending 
his own State and his own neighborhood. 
Peuiberton they cursed liberally as a 



In addition to the short account tele- 
graphed here of the repulse of our as- 
sault on Fort W;!giier, on the IHlh, we 
find the following telegram in a Chicago 
paper, of a repulse of the rebels in an 
attempt to drive our forces from James 
Island : 

Ni:w YouK, July 20. — We arc indebt- 
ed to the Herald for the following ac- 
count of operations near Charleston, re- 
ceived by the Argo on the I'Jth : 

The rebels attempted to drive our 
forces from James island. The attack 
was sudden and unexpected, but Gen. 
Terry met and repulsed them with great 
slaughter. 

The gunboat Pawnee, which suj»|>ortcd 
the left flank, grounded, and a rebel bat- 
tery openetl upon her, firing about fifty 
shots, thirty-nine of which hit her. She 
subsequently floated ofl' and o[)encd up- 
on the rebels, putting them to flight. 
Our casualties were small, and the rebels 
were taught a lesson the}- will not soon 
forget. 

The bombardnu'iit nf Fort Wagner was 
renewed on the morning of the 22d, the 
iron-dads co-operating with the army. 
During the day l'\>i-t Wagner was silenced 
for some time, and the colors shtt away. 
The new Union batteries were opened on 
the rebels doing great execution. 

LATER. 

A charge was made on Fort Wagner, 
and our troops, after a desperate strug- 
gle, were obliged to fall back, which they 
did in excellent order, and held their old 
positions. The loss on our side was quite 
severe, but our total loss of kdled and 
wounded and missing since the 10th, is 
about one thousand. The 4.'Jth New 
York lost about 3;>0 men. and only three 
officers escaped unharmed. 

The (atskill was struck over fifty times, 
but is all right. She went to Hilton Head 
for supplies and coal. 



Anoka 


^ Morrison 


...1 


B.nl'n 


•Z Mower 


. . .J 


nine Kjirtli 


•1 N icollet 


. ...< 


Brown 


•> Olnibted 


. ..(> 


Carver 


3 I'ine 


...1 


Chisago 


2 Bamsey 

7 Itenville.. ..... .... 


...8 
...1 


liakoiu 


Dodgd 


:5 hice 


...ii 


Furrihanit 


1 Scott 


...0 


Fillmore 


I) Shi'rhurno 


...I 


I'Vceborn 


:t Siblev 


...i 


lieiinepin 


K Stearns 


t 


Isanti 


1 Steele 




(ioodluie 


« St. Loui!" 


.. 1 


lleustjn 


U Wab:i>haw 


...J 


I.e Sueur 


•1 \N inonii 


.. .0 


McLf'od 


1 Waseca 


...2 


M.'tker 


1 Wright 


....{ 


Mille Lac 


1 Washington 


...4 


No Delegates will 


be admitted from unor- 



ganized or uninhabited counties, not enumer- 
ated above. 

By order of the Republican Central Com- 
mittee. 

ROBT. F. FISK, Ch'n. 
WILFORD L. WILSON, 
ANDREW NES.SEL, 
D. BLAKELY, 
J. B. GILFILLAN, 
BENJ. F. SMITH. 
St. Pai L, Julv 8, IS6.3. 



Watdvcjpi and ^mt\x^. 



Y) C. GREENLEAF'S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 



SPECIAL NOTICES. 




cash 
niou. 



O. CuitTiri, General Insurance Agent. 
Office in Thompson'* Bloclc, Third street. 

L. H. Chute, Agent for .£tna Insurance Com- 
pany, St. Anthony, 

June 24th, 1803. dly 
»»■ 

Office of thk American Express 
Company, At. Pacl, July 25, 1863 — We wonld 
respectfully announce to thepuMIc that we are 
now prepared to forward expreos matter over all 
the interior routog of the State heretofore pur- 
chased of J. C. Burbanlc & Co., viz : St. Paul to 
Manl:ato, Hastings to Faribault and Owatonna, 
Winona to Chntticld. Rochester, Owatonna, and 
all intermediate points and that we are now pre- 
pared to transact a general Freight, Package and 
Money Express Business, en ail the above routes. 

jyiOlw CH AS. H. BATON, Div.Supt. 
••• 

TiiK Diseases of Error, (Les Mala- 
dies d'Erreur.)—!, John B. Ogden, M. D., au- 
thor and publisher of the above work, do hereby 
promise and agree to send (free of charge) to any 
young man who will write for it, a sample copy 
for perusal. The proper study of mankind is 
Ma.v. This valuable work is Issued and sent 
forth for the beneiit of suffering humanity. It 
treats in simple language on all the diseases of 
Krror, Including .Seminal WeakHPss, Nervous 
Debility, Indigestion, Melancholy, Insanity, 
Wasting Decay, Impotency, &c., &c.— giving safe 
speedy, and elTcctual prescriptions for their per- 
manent cure, together with much valuable inlor- 
ination. All who favor me with a desire to read 
my work shall receive a sample copy by return 
mail, free of charge. 

Address 

JOHN B. OGDEN, M. D. 

No. 00 Nassau St. New York, 
may 4-dAw8in. 

-•«« 

To CoNHUMPTiVKS. — The advertiser 
having iM'en n-stored to health in a few weeks, 
by a very simple remedy, after having suffered 
years with a severe lung affection, and that dread 
disease, Consumption, is anxious to make known 
to his fellow-siilferers the means of cure. 

To all who dehire it, he will send v. copy of the 
prescription used (free of charge) with the direc- 
tions for preparing and using the same, which 
they will find a suRic Cork Kt»n Consumption, 
Asthma, Bconcuitis, &c. The only object of 
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to 
benefit the afflicted, and spread information 
which ho conceives to Ix' invaluable, and he hopes 
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost 
them nothing, and may prove a blessing. 

Kev. EuwAKi) A. Wilson, Williamsburg, 

my4-dtw3ml Kings County, New York. 

«•» 

Imposition. — Passengers for St. Paul 
and Intermc^iato Points, leave Chicago by Chi- 
cage and North Western Railway, at 8.45 a. M. 

VIA PRAIRIt: DU CUIEN, 
Arrive at Bralrio du Chion at 0.20 p. M., making 
direct connection with steamers, and getting 
supper on board. 

VIA LA CROSSE, 
Arrive at Ia Crosse at i> p. m. 
No ch.ingc of cars between Chicago and Prai- 
rie du Chien. . 

»«-1inu> through to St. Paul, &c.,same by 
both routes. 

No extra charge for meals and state-room on 
steamers. 

K. P. BACON, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. 



Xhird Street. iF^C^'k^aH^ Saint Paul. 

The ladies and gentlemen ol this citv and vicin- 
ity, are Invited to call and examine the 

LARGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 

OF NKW STYLES OF JEWELRY, 

Grold and Silver llVatelies, 

CLOCKS, SILVER WARE, FLATED WARE, 

DLAMOND GOODS, SILVER TEA SETS, 

Castors, Cake Baskets, Gold Chains, Rings 
Thimlfles, and everything else peruinlng to a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE, 

My goods were purchased exclusively for 
from the largest wholesale houses in the U 
and are for sale at the 

T^O^^^EST F»RICES. 

All goods warraned precisely as represented. 
Cash paid for old Gold and Silver. A full supply of 
WATCH MATERIALS always on hand. 

Agent f<Jr Scth Thomas' Clocks, also agent for 
the celebrated 

A-meirican Watches. 

Particular attention paid to repairing every 
description of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry iri 
the best possible manu ;r. We manufacture all 
kinds of 

HLAJER TFORK 

Or any other pattern of Jewelry, &c., in our line. 
All work will bo done promptly in a workman- 
like manner an ' kkitkk than any other km- 
tablisiimknt in this skction of thk c.>r>- 
tkv. All ord rs by letter or otherwise will re- 
ceive pr'tmpt atteiition. 

All Kinds of new wheels and new parts of the 
watch muuufactured for the trade at a reasonable 
discount. . . ^ .. 

Store in Greonloaf's Block, opposite Concert 
Hall, near the P«st Office. 

apStf. D. C. GREENLEAF. 



AUD DEALKBS IN 

Plaints, Oils, Grlass 

Aim 

Perfximeries, Fancy Goods, 

&c.. &c., 

TVo. Ill Third Street, 

(UNION BLOCK.) 
ST. PAUL, - - - MINNESOTA. 

Wo would call the attention of Dealers through- 
out the Northwest to 

Our Pull Stock of Goods, 

Which we are offering at a Iraction over 

Milwaukee & Chicago Figures. 

We invite an inspection of our slock and prices, 
believing we can make it to the interest of the 
dealer and consumer, to give us their orders. 

sKsf », vAwm» * ifcosi:. 

CiiAS. F. Sims. Sam'l L. Vawter. 

Anson H. Rosk. jy25-tf 



CIGARS OF 



25,000 

FAVORITE BRANDS, 

For sale at very low figures to close the stock. 
SIMS, VAWTEK & ROSE, 
jy25-tf Union Block. 



rpiLDEN & CO.'S FLUID 
EXTRACTS, 

Pills and Granules, at card prices. 

SIMS, VAWTER fc ROSE, 
jy25.tf No. Ill Third street. 

•pRAZER'S LUBRICATOR. 

Just received and for sale at close figures. 

SIMS, VAWTER fc ROSE, 
jy25-tf Union Block. 



NEW 



BLAKEMAN'S THE 



JEWELRY STORE, 




20 



BBLS. LARD, WHALE AND 
LUBRICATING OILS, 

At lowest market rates. 



jy25-tf 



SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE. 

No. Ill Third street. 



GALLONS VARNISH, 



410 

Of various qualities and prices, at 

SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE'S, 
jy25.tf No. Ill Third St- eet. 



500 



BOXES WINDOW GLASS 
AND GLASSWARE, 

McCulley's Brand, at market rates. 

SIMS, VAWTER & ROSE, 

Union Block. 



jy2i>-tf 



My attention has been called to the above cir- 
cular circulat»Hl on the cars cf the Chicago and 
Northwestern Railroad and In Chicago, which is 
an imposition on the public, as the citizens of St. 
Paul well know that It Is fals", and that the boats 
of the Davidson Line in connection with the La 
Crosse Railroad, arrive here from eight to flfleen 
houri ahead of the boats running in connection 
with the Prairie du Chien Railroad. 

mylO-tf WM. F. DAVIDSON. 

-••• 

Editor ok Press— Dear Sir : — With 

your permission I wish to say to the readers 
of your paper that I will send by return mall to 
all who wish It, (free,) a Recipe with full direc- 
tion* for making and unlng a simple Vegetable 
Halm, tliKt will effectually remove. In IW days, 
rimples, Blotihes, Tan, FrecVles, and all Impuri- 
ties of tho jkin, leaving the same soft, clear, 
smooth and beautlf^ul. . , „ ,, „ 1 

I will also mail fic- to those having Bald Heads 
or Bare Faces, simple directions ami uformation 
that will enal>lu them to sUrt a full growth ot 
Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a Moustache, in 
lc<8 than 30 days. All applications answered by 
return mail without charge. 

Kespectfnlly Yo"", 

^niOs'. F. CHAPMAN, 
Chemist, 

JuldfcwSm Ifo. 801 Broadway, New York. 



Four doors below THOMPSON & BROTHEB'li 

Bank, and next door below SHAW'S 

Fashionable Hat Store, 

On Tliird Street, 

Can be seen splendid 

SILVER TEA SETS, CAKE BASKETS, ICI: 

PITCHERS, CASTORS, 

Solid Silver Spoons — Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Opal and Ruby Rings, Solid Gold Eaj- 
Rings and Pins in sets, 

From ^ir> to #CO. 

$10,000 worth of SETH THOMAS CLOCKS 

JUST RECEIVED. 
Those wishing to supplv themselves with a per- 
fect Clock, will buy the SKTH THOMAS 
CLOCK of 

N. B.— The Cheap American Gothic Clock, at 
Factory prices. All warranted to run well. 



T 



A fine AS.SORTMENT of the American 
manufactured Watch adjusted to heat and colid, 
and the most perfect timer made. A. BLAK)> 
MAN sells them at manufactory prices. Don't 
mistake the place. Be sure that you call In «t 
THK NEW JRWELRY STORK. aplS-ly 



BOOK AND _JOB PRINTIN6. 

Xlic Pi'css Printiiigr Co. 

In order to keep pace with their rapidly increas- 
ing business are constantly extending their fa- 
cilities for Book an<l .lob Printing. They have 
recently introduced Steam into their establish 
meet, and put up another of 

HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES. 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 
BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. BRIEFS, 

POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, BILLHEADS 

BLANKS, BILLS OF LADING, 

CIRCULARS, 



pORDAGE AND LEAD PIPE- 
JUST RECEIVED, 
And for sale low, by ^^^OLS, DEAN ^CO. 



B 



ILL POSTING, &c.| 



MAXWELL ft GRIFFIN, opposite Brown's 
Block, Third street, will post bills, announ.se 
meetines, auctions, and all matters usually att«nil- 
ed to by " Town Criers," attend on parties, c'ean 
rooms and offices, and undertake jobs ol whit<» 
wMbing In different colors. Jio-im 



■pOR SALE, 

A neat Brick Cottage House and Lot, with a 
good well of water and mit Buildings and shade 
trees &c., with five rooms on first floor, also a 
good cellar; within eight minutes' walk of the 
Postofllice; cheap tor cash. For further particu- 
lars enqure of J AS. H. Ml'RUA\ , 

jy2.'-lw Opposite the American House. 

O PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH 

USE TH F. 

r>AJVI>ELIOiV 

ARD 

^W^ild. Clieri-y Bitters. 

In Pint Bottles, price 50c; in Quart Bottles, 75c. 

These Bitters are composed of the Ix'st Roots, 

Barks and Herbs known, and peculiarly adapted 

to the immediate cure of all diseases produced by 

an inactive liver. 

Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURE SICK HEADACHE. 
Dandelion and Wild Clierry Bitters 
CUKE JAUNDICE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURK INDIGKSTION. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURK COiTIVENESS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

or RE HEART BURN. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

CURK WEAKNKSS. 
Dandelion and WOd Cherry Bitters 

CURE LOST APPETITE. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitten 
CURE AGUE, 
In its worst forms. Thev perform these cures 
simply, by one oflSce, regulating the liver. 
For sale by dealers in Medicines, everywhere. 
8. HUNTINGTON, Proprietor, 
FarmerslMirg, Clayton County, Iowa. 
For sale by E. H. Biggs, H. W. Robinson, Paul 
Relifer,St. Paul:S N.Wickcrsham, Charles Ben- 
sonf L. Weinand ft Co., and S. Ed »rds. AVhole- 
sale Aeent, Winona; Charles Hawley, Chatfleld; 
D. B Stout, Preston; S. Y. Hyde, Ullmore; 
Charles Morrill, Marion; Capt. Mills and.I.D. 
Ilunce, Pleasant Grove; 8. B. Robinson, Geneial 
Wholesale Agent, address Chatfleld Min. 

Also-Huniiugton'B Wntinr Fluid; Howe k 
Stevens' Family Dye Colors ; Van Dusen's Worm 
Confections; Van Dusen's Magical Blueing; Al- 
den's Condition Powders; Talman & Collins' 
Concentrated Extract of I^emon ; Talman & Col- 
lins' Leather lYeservative : Dutcher's Dead Shot 
for Bed Bugs; Sleeper's Lightning Fly Killer. 
» AY ^ »K» K», St .Paul, 
niy27-ly Wholesale and Retail Agents. 



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CASTELT/) ft VAN VLECK,...PPOi'i.n tot S. 

R. VAN VALKKNBUR'., MANAf.tK. 

T. l»OLA'^D Mastkh <>V Aki jca. 

J. FREH E, LeaI)K1'. ok Oi CH kstp a. 

A combination comprising all tliat i» excellei t In 
the Kquesfrian nrofesslon, all that i.* novel in ttie 
school of tJvmnaftics. 

A GENUINE CIRCUS, 

with all the sianiard lealures of the I>giiini:;ta 
An-na, blended with all Moit-rn Iniproveni'i.t* 
and Aojuisitions furnished by ambition. <-Io.s« 
app'icatiou aud the practical working of ti:os€ 
Artists whose motto is 

EXCELSIOR. 

More Blooded, Trained Uor«es, and alxttei 

assortment of other rare spt-cimeos of animate* 

nature than have ever been brought Ik fore tlu i 

community. 

Mup«riarlt.r In Ev*ry I>«-partii»«'»t. 

The Company consists of at lea-t 

Forty I*erroTTnei*H, 

EQUESTRIANS, VOLTIGERS, LEAPEIIS 

DANCERS, ACROBATS, VOCALISTS, 

ML'SICIANS: 

Xeio Wagons, Xeu> Carriages, Xeir Canra't 

Sexc Dresses, Sew Coxtumei, .\ew Trappings, 

Sew Seats and Sew Appointments, 

The whole farming an establishment paramount 

to the finest ever formed either iu this country 

or in Europe. 

This Model Show will exhibit at ST. PAUL, on 

Tuesday, July 28th, at? oxl'kp. m. 

Also on 

UTedaeaday and Xhuraday, Jn\j ««tli 

and 30«b, at -Z and 7 |>. ni. 

Admission 25 cents— Reserved Seats 50 cents. 

MR. DAN CASTELLO, 
As Equestrian Manager, will introduce his 
M'onderfnl Trained Uorae, 

MOlSriTOR, 

The Chimpion of the World; aI»o his 
irOIVJDERm. EOirCATKOBVJLI. 

I>on JTuaii. 

Mr. JOHN GLENROY, 

Who has been received with aUiuiriitiou and ap- 
plause bv appreciating audiences on both conti- 
nents, a'nd gain'-d the tiUe of the CtMALK 
HORSEM.\N , will execute his daring somersault 

Act. 

WM. J. SMITH, 

Who has won unfading laurels', as the most grace 
ful and accompli^hedTwoand Fourllorse Eques 
trian of the age. 

MR. J. TINKHAM, 

The intrepid Horseman and bold Pare Back Rider 

will appear as the Inspired Hurdle Leaper. 

»«••». C. ir. Bi:i»«OW» and M. J 

KEI.I.Y, 

Who stand unrivalled as first class Artists, are 
also engageo in order to render the Gymna^uc 
Department superior to all precedents. Among 
the^uccessful feats achieved by those performers 
are the 

HORIZONTAL BAR EXERCISES 

Double Trapeze, 

Olajssioal Groupingrs. 

Mr. OAJf CASTEU-O. 

The Great Talking Clown, whose bon mots an4 
original saving- are copied by the entire moue> 
brotherhood. When such a man as tins dons th« 
cap and bells, the public may rest assured ofi 
least of humor unalloyed by vulgarity. 

MR. T. W. POLAND, 

The rcadv conversotionalist and refined gentle 
man, the paragon of Ring Masters. 

T. BURGESS, 
MORRIS MILES, 
R. VAN VALKENBURG, 
M. McCOLLUM, 
A. SULLIVAN, 
R. HARMON, and 

C. LESLIE, 
Complete the Ust of male artists, while 
MAOAMKS FMAXIt and CARRIE 

The beautiful aud gifted equestriennes lead the 
female cortege. „ . 

A erand procesfion, consistiiiR of the Bana 
Chariot, Freae's Sih er Cornet Batd. a-<si-ted by 
Mr. La Rue, the c hampiou Drummer, all ot the 
Wagons, Carriages, Horse.., &c., will hf given 
each inorninj? ai ten o'clock, for th^ purpu-e of 
demonstrating to the public the extent, force and 
super iori.y of 

CASTELLO & VAN VLECK'S 

MAMlttOTH SHOW. 

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For n«a<a, I»llc«, Roaelaea, An»» 



And every other description of --- -Zr'-^--i-"gr^„, Woolloas, df*-, 

PLATS ASD OliSAMESTAL PRINTING ' f^.^',;o„ riant., Fowl., AnIaaaU, *c 

At moderate rates andat short notice. rutupin26c,50cand$l Boxes, Bottles and Flasks 

♦3and$5for77o<«'i«, Public Institutions, >fc. 
"Only Infallible remedies knowu." 
" Free from Poisons." „ 

•« Not dangerous to the Human wp"^- 
«' Rats come out of their holea to die. 
ja- Sold Wholesale in all Urge cities. 
^ by aU Druggists and Betal ers f^^nnrhere. 
1 1 1 BKWAKK 1 1 1 of all worthier imitations. 



See that " Costa b's" names is on each Box, 
Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 



BOOIi BINDERY 

ANP 

Blank Book Manufactory. 

Tlio Fress Printing- Co. 

Have in successful operation th" larirestand most 
complete Bindery in Minnesota, embracing the 
atest and most Improved nuichinery. Employing 
only competent acd careful workmen, ai d using 
the best .naterial, they hope to continue to give 
satisfaction to all. 

PAPER ruled" TO ORDER, 

ASD TO AJCY PATTERS, 

LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNAL?, COM- 
MERCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BUNK BOOKS OF EVERY KLND, 

MAt>K IS THK BEST MASSKR. 

Old Boolis I^e-BolXl:lcl 

ilAGAZIKES, PERIODICALS, 
IUXJSIC, Sec, Slo., 

Boun4 in Any Stylo Desired, 

From the lowest priced work to the highest styU 



of the art. 



F 



OR SALE 



The larjrc two story fVame dwellirr house. 



's 



AddTtTotf" to St. Paul, about >» mile west of the 
raruenter House. With the dwelling house are 
12 lots, and a good Barn. Allenclosed with good 
fence Fruit l>ees and Shrubbery growing upon 
the p^mises. For particulars, enquire «» office ot 
Jy2r-2w H. L. MOSS, near ihe Bridge. 



;tflal §lotiaiSi, 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 
OF RAMSEY— District Court, for Second 



Judicial District.— ss 



U. S. Revenue Stamp, Orig- j 
Process, 50 cents. j 
ainst Joseph Daniels, 



T— Tttilwell Plaintiff, against Joseph uanieis, 
%eWmC. Taylor, '«.§ Henry L. Moss, D«- 

feudants.- Summons. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To the above named D^entlants • 

You and each of you are hereby summoned and 
reouired to answer tho complaint in thi« action 
which complaint is on tile in the office of the 
Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy of v our 
answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, 
at his office in Saint Paul, Minnesota, wlihln 
twenty daj-s after the service of this summons 
upon you, exclusive of the day of such s«'nice, 
and if yon fall to answer the complaint within 
the time aforesaid (he I'laintiflf in this action wilt 
Uke judgment against vou for the sum ot two 
thousandand sixty dollars, with interest thereon 
from the 10th dav of S«ptember, li>57, "t the rat* 
of seven per cent, per annum, besides costs and 
disbursements. 

Dated Saint Paul, Minn., June 10th, 1803. 
GEO. L. OTIS, PtainUlT's Attoim" , 

J«li-«W of ti<^t ^*^> ^^°°' 



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I 



THE SAINT PAUL 



DAILY PRESS. 



VOLUME III. 



^XmT P^TJL. FRIDAgWIIL Y 31. 1 863^ 



NUMBER 197. 



"iThr §>mt ^:urt ^xm. 

Huit*. .»...!» iiH«-«l *«••»••»»**'»*■•'• »***■■• 

«^Tiii!*i'iM'*''" '>="*" »'rj;.<r l);iily, rii-NVofkly 
iiui Wo.klvc loulationtUaiiin- othorln Miam- 
Ota, mill ili'T**!''''' l'>'i-^"ii«'« ImluLVUi.'Mta to ad- 
/trtisiTji which lUey wiU uot Jinil »l;tewh.'re. 

j^AlNT r.wi. I HiDAY, .ni.v ;n. 



1 



TUB aiisir ¥oiiii «■<>■• 

Al\«T ihf first llu>ii oi" iu.li-nation at 
the I'riual atroi-itioH fummittt-tl by tlu- 
mob of N»'w York Ikis subsnUul. wt. tun- 
not i'M-!i\n^ a iW'Vin^i souu-wbat akin to 
ioiiimIsiratii..n lor ilif in)iir ami i^jnorai.t 
wretrlus wbo wore tbt- in>trimu!nts of so 
jnni'h cnnu' antl outrajji-. 

\Vi< oannot loryet that the viob-nt pas- 
sions o! tbe .li-bast'il atnl i-i.oraiit an- a 
thousand li'ia b's.s to ho. comliMun.'.l tliati 
the arts ol" those bold aiul .b'si.-^ninf; nun 
whj havfi arou.-»»'»l th-m ''><o biry. lb' 
who turm loose the tenants ot a mena;;- 
erie amonji the assembb .1 mnbim-l 
niit«:ui olbnse ineab ulaily <;reater (han 
tio iho beasi-iolprey who in purstiaiwe t«r 
their bbnd and lerotious iiistinets tear 
and de^uoy whatever they may en- 
eounter. «>iir inditrnatioa .-betihl 1 e 
r .-erv.d not foi- the instfi sate and farioiis 
aii9je=», but lor the ennnlnjr, »kilUul and 
Intelli'-ent K-aders. who. with heUi.h ni:;l- 
i 0. have debberately i>reparid ami pro- 

dtued this tl iii'r. 

Tin's New York riot i< but Coppirhrad 
fiem'^raci/ canied i,il'> /huv!i*r. 

To the leadvrs ol that debased fai-tion 
«verv drop ol bh»od >h.-d in the stn-«t- ul 
New York nnist be as«Tibid. 

Ii is iluir .loetrinis pit inti> a- ts 
and nothin^MHore. 

They havetanght the nu>b hatred oflh.- 
(bnerlunent. The mob th-utonst rated 
that hutred by ain\in;; to overtlirow the 
(lovernntent. 

They have tau;;ht tlie mob >uiipaihy 
wiih tlie Sonth. The mob manifests that 
syinpithv t.v re-i-tiny the drult and elun - 
inu tor lb if. iJavis 



The heart ot the foulest maratider in all 
tliat foul and nmnleroiis erew. was liU- 
vhile, in the.si-ht of Uod, compared with 
the heart of that man. 

>\'e would say to every mdividual who 
has listened to the speeious arguments 
ot the Copperhead leaders : the-te arc 
their /riiHs. 

If yuii love law and order, ti.rsc nun 

ave its eiumics. 

U yon possess i»roperty, these men wdl 
arouse those with whom property means 
n-spectabibt.s . and rtspertabUihi is 

crime. 

vou have been impassive while 
wretehes strnek tudy at bl>«r!y 

now whin 



More iQdiau Depredations. 

H I X I II a i » It M S o e 11 . 

A MAN SHOT UY TIIK ilASCALS. 

>f hilt the Htatf AiilliorltJ*-* are Doinff 

SiLVKK CuEKK, .Tidv 30, 1863. 
I':Ullor8oftbcSt. I'aul I'lO**. 

l.a.st Tuesthty evening as Mr. Joseph 
S. Loeke was hunlinj^ his cattle, about 
two mihs up Silver creek, he saw six 



I MAI.B or PmB TIMBER. 

I Un lur this head will bo found an ad- 
! vcrtiseiuent in another column, to which 
! we direct attention. The lands on which 
I this titnbor is growing, are mostly contig- 
uous to good markets, and lumbermen 
can .secure advantageous permits by at- 
tending the s.ale advertised. 

. — » « ♦ « * 

rrbv »rwrc *n Krnfnclir. 
Tlie Louisville Jmirunl, not what is 



LATEST NEWS, 

By Tele5?vapht» 

FROM. THE ARMY OF THE 
POTOMAC, 



brought into Columbus by citizens and 
military. There are now thirteen hun- 
dred a't Camp Chase. Morgan will be 
remove<l to Columbus this morning and 
confined in the penitentiary. 

wnnn. KEarTt;ci£Y. 



liHli:ms. and on Mi»nday night lu^l about ^|^\\^,^^ ,^n .. Administration paper," speaks 



It 

these 

anil your country, r.>ns« 

vour worldly wealth and !il< il>elf are in 

danger. 

lA'ani that the enen\v ol \i>nr eonntiy 
is the enemy of all nou are and all that 
vou possess. One thnig should not be 
overLok.d :— it should \w un«lcrstood 
disiiiiclly over the enlue North that il 

com- 1 •b*"'' '•"' '•'> '''^'"*^ "S=*'" "•' ^""''^ victims 
shall be th<' few villainous leaders who 
call it up. Lit him who lires tin- In-e 
be hoi^^t.il bv the petard. Li-t hitn wl.o 
breaks <iown the walls ot soiiety fall 
bnrleil nmh'r the nilus. 

In all ll'.e vast catalogues ot (lod'sen-a- 
tions there is no creatine more inlamors 
than that nun who perverts intelligenio 
and lilucatiofi to tl:e deception and ruin 
ot his lellow ■! en ; and it to the erneliy 
which can conceive such projc ts be 
adilcd the cowardice which .-kitlks Iroin 
their ])ersonal eveention. all hoU'-^t n;eti 
^hclllll unite to huitt o'lt the nnscn-ant, a** 
thev would some veiiemons reptile, ami 
transfix him in the face ot tlie world. 

Tn the d< i.l-honse of New Ycrk. lie by 
>rores the 1 lu.Ueil and di-.lij:iired forms 
of the rioters ; in the hospitals they ar«- to 
be loinid. l-y hnmlrcds. writhing :ind 
prt'nning in every form of mortal agony. 
These are th' ))ioken toob ol Copl»er- 
head Ueimnracy. broken, dishonor-d. 
antl thrown a-tde. The actuating prin.i- 



4oVloek Mr. T. .1. ('anney. as he was 
retinnliig iVom a back farm with hi- 
lamily. where he had laen cutting wheat, 
was .shot at twie. by Indians, and hail his 
arm broke. 'J'he place where he was shot 
was about four n»iles from wh.-re Mr. 
i.ocke saw the six. an 1 about two or 
three Irom the Missis.sippi river, and 
ihi.M' that Mr. L<;ck«- saw were about the 
.^ame distance from the river. The set- 
tlers are g»:tiln>^ fi i.cjlitened, ami are ask- 
ing will ther our State anthorliics will wait 
umd there is another ijreat massacre 
before they give us any etrective protec- 
ti )n or not. It there is not somelhhig 
done for the protection of this part of the 
^oon there will be very little left 



in the following terms of the necessity 
for a draft. The Journal is printed so 
near the tield of war that its conductors 
hpeak with some experience of the neces- 
sity of maintaining a large force in the 
field for some time to come • 

It is I'htimatcil that nltoiit one person out of 
every I i.ll of pojiuhition will Iw.- ilraflcil, tirty 
|K'r iiiit. of which is added lor cxcuii)tou>^ 



The Opposing Armies again on 
ilie Rappahannock. 



MEADE CROSSES THE RU- 
BICON. 



c Jill. try 
to protect. 

Your.s tvniy. 



A. 1.. OAKV..S 



j pie. the ean.se. the source, the instigati>r 
Thev have taught the mob hatred of 1 and employer of the.e tnen. still livs. 
abolitioni.ts. The mob. therefore, assails and is around ns. oven m our very m.d>t 
rv well ihes.edand intelligent looking w.th fair pretences, ami plausd.le and 

vr ]y nattiral ! ly'»<?: tongue. Let no man rest whde this 
enemv lives ; it is his enemy ; the enemy 



ever 

man under the pietenei — a 
one — that he is an alxditlonist. 

They have awakened the prejudiees of 
the mob against the negro, on the ground 
that he will compete with them in the 
walks of labor. The mob accordingly 
shocked the humanity nf the civili/td 
world by tleir treatment of this poor, help- 
less, and unofTending race. 

In a word the New Y'ork mnb i» the 
praetii'.il realization of Copperhead l»e- 
uiocracy— the brutal fruit of that Ujius 
tree which they have cultivated and tend- 
ed so long and with ho much rnr-. 

In tl '• must " European city" on our 
continent — amid the most degraded, ig- 
norant and debased population of our 
most noisome city— the ti aehlngsof yeari, 
at last r.ach thiir literal iu'flmcnt, 
md the results of Copperheail meetings, 
ne\vsp:^pers, resolutions and platform?, 
are found in riot, arson, robbery, brutal- 
ity and murder. As clearly as we c.-n 
trace effect from cause, e.in we .«ce in 
these dreadful seenci the teachings ol 
Wood, Gov. Seymour and Vallandigham. 
Let I'd then, in some degree, overlook 
the animated brutality which swept, lor 
a time, the streets of New York, redden- 
ing them with blood and blackening them 
with the smoke of pillacrc and destruction, 
while we remember the doubly-dyed 
orline. the more heinous ollensc, ihc nn- 
iitteraMe villainy, of those who, from 
the shelter of comlo' table homes, let loose 
this torrent of destruction upon their fel- 
low men. It is upon these smooMi-laced 
honev-tongued. adroit, intelligent mi n. 
the storm of popular indignation should 
burst, not upon the wretciies who were 
at once their instruments and their vic- 
tims. 



of his peace, his pos.se.ssions, hi> life, liis 
honor, his country, it is at war with 
everything lor which society is establish- 
ed : it thrivtv. only among the ignorant 
and deba.sed ; if moves only in violence 
and rnpine ; it can have no end bn* .iiiar- 
chy. With tonym-. with i)eii, with argu- 
ment, with invective, it reed be with f- re 
and swurd. let a war be waged against 
this enemy of onr commf>n linnianity. 
peace and^rosperity ; against this foe of 
libertv, order, and hociely. 



Tilt: 



Fiii-:.\(si c.m>ii:noii. 

The httef 1)1 the ii.siially well-inlormed 
I'aris correspondent of the New York 
Times, takin m connection with tin very 
remarkable ifocinnent addressed by the 
Freiuli residents of New Orleans to the 
Emperor, gives ominous toUen.s of the 
approach of foreign intervention in its 
most unwolconie form. 

The French Emperor, since his Mexi- 
can successes, no longer makes a peeret 
of his desire for the recognition of the 
South, and after all that has been said of 
*n.-land, it l.s to the faithful .".dherence of 
that Goveinmei>t to (he non-intervention 
])olicy. and its steadfast opposition to the 
ambi'ious ih-sij-ns of France, that we owe 
our escape from the ho>tile foreign com 



amluKscades ot the skulking savages, have 
orgatiized a special fore •. on their own 
aeeonnt. whose duty it is to hunt luiiians. 
and that in addition to all this, they have 
done wliat they could to constitute an ef- 
fective vobjutaryj.olice ni every locality, 
bv otferinir ir'T-''.'."' i-eward for cv-ry Sioux 
Indian ki'h tl. 

WhU else, in Heaven'.s name, cun the 
State authorities do? You may be assur- 
ed vou em propose nothing which will 
aid in the extirp.ition ol tie- Indians 
whiili tin State authorities will not be 
heartily glad to adopt, it it be po>»ible. 
The measuies now adopted, conjointly by 
the military and State .lulhotities. are 
ample l'>r the protection of our scttle- 
nunts, if they ate only .so-onded bv tlu^ 
vigilance of the settlers. Tlic Indians 
must be hunted out as wolve.s and foxes 
are hunted, and it cannot be done in a 
dav. Ten tiiousand troops could not do 
it at once, it is a work ol time, patience, 
vigilance, perseverame ; and it is being 



We li.vi' liiarii it iutiiiiateil within a iliiy or 
two that our recent siicee-sos may render a 
ihatt iimiccL'ssary. This we do not consider 
IHohulilc, as the Kovenimeut must lu-epare tor 
llu- e\i)i..ili .11 ol the three ye.irs term of ser- 
vice will h will deplete onr armies next year. 
The " wounded error" mny writhe and struj;- 
ir'e in its dissolnt on for a ion^' time, luid the 
stroll? :irm will undimliteilly Ikj re mired to 
i\>torc tin; siiiiicmftcy nf ihc law in iii;iny i>or- 
tiims of ihe country, even alter the rebellion 
has been abnidoned. The IViiis of civil war 
wiil cur->' u.s for yeius. Men who have been 
t;iiitfiit that crime is patriotism, that sneaking 
thctt is chivalric bravery, and that the iiud- 
treatmciit of all whod fter tVotn them in i pin- 
ion is (i:,ditiiig lor the iiberi\ oi .-|iecch and 
I'reedom .f e iiiMience, wili. tor a long time, 
feel restive und r the restraints of civ:l law. 
The -'uenira lioiM-tlref of to-day will not fed 
like inakhi;: a fair purchase ro-morrow; tlio 
man who now, in the name nf thi- Southern 
C'ontVdcracv. gci-s into a vill.igc store and 
robs its keeper of eothes. hats and 'mots, w 1. 
think that lie has /ain 'lost his li^'hts,' if bills 
f,»r those articles sliould heriMffer be presented 
to him bv Deppen, (ireen & (irefn, .Marsh;iM, 
oroth'vof our trades people ; the di-hou-t 
•nts, • ,1, iit.ir who Ims evaded tijc p.avmrnt of lils 
debt", bcrause th • laws have U'cn .-uspended 
with re;:n-d !■• :!ll actions ex rontr-'hi or .>■ 
it Hr'n a- iiinnvaf'oiis n]ioii his personal lib.rty, 
wbi e eonstabl' - nnd .sheriH^ wi" be res'. . .{ 
bv aiiue i force, tor tUese aud other eiiufcs, 
::';• armv of ihe ('ivue eann -t K' wcnUened 
un i' the eivi! .nnil.oritiis ha\e rcgiined the 
«'.;! tv to eiii'ore^- the laws, und the pe<-; !-• 

courts 

111 I tie il- respcL-t lur our sstato and Federal 
in^iitutioii!?." 

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Tei'riljle Rel>el Loss 
on Morris Island. 



GREAT CONSTERNATION 
AT CHARLESTON. 



Our lorrcspcndent ought to know, in 
the first 1)1 ue, that the (bneral (Jovern- 
ment at Washington, has assumed the 
entire re:;ponsibillty of pio'ectmg the 
p.«o;.h; ol this State Irom Inlian depreda- 
tions; that for this purpose several thou- 
sand troops are scattered In ditlVrent 
po.sts on the borders of onr seitleim 
while sevt ral tlionsand nnu'c are hunting 
the Indians in their haunts and fastnesses 
in Pakota territory; and, in the second 
place. that, notwithstanding all these reg 
nlar military pn-eantions. liie .State an- 

•iiifherities r,ndiu" thi'ni inelVectual to .-e- | "h •v.>vcenvered their conlidcnec in thr 
cure our settbuuent*! Irom the stealthy 



WOMEN AM) CHiLDRE?* LEAVE 
THE CITY. 

GILMORE TO BE BEIN- 
FORCED. 



OUR LOSS AT CHARLES. 
TON 1,517. 



Petriuu*'* It***.*! Force in Fall B«- 
»»«•«!— riiey Attack rarU und are 
IMilwrd-Our Cuvulry After Tliem. 

Cincinnati, July 30. 
Pegram's forces have retreated towards 
Winchester, followed by our cavalry. A 
number of prisoners Lave been taken, 
Cincinnati, July 29. 

Yesterday morning, Pegram's and 
Scott's forces', amounting to about twenty- 
five hundred, left Hiehmond, crossed the 
Kentucky Uiver, and inarched to Paris, 
where they arrived yesterday p. m., and 
attacked our forces. 

After a two hours' sharp engagement 
the rebels were repulsed and driven away 
It is tliought they will make a flank inove- 
tnent on that place. ^ large cavalry 
force is in the rear of the rebels. 

It IS believed the movement against 
Paris is for the purppse of destroying the 
bridge there. 

FlIOM niMKOVRI. 

ftieneral i§cliofi»'lir« ©rder— The !.«»• 
Ag-ainst Itelurninar FuffMive ftlATes 
Dvtliied. 

.St. Lons, July 30. 
To prevent further misapprehension 
regarding the scope of the act of Congress 
oflMareh last, prohibiting officers, or sol- 
diers, in the service of the United States 
returning fcgitive slaves, Cien. Schofield 
issued an order «leclaring that it extends 
to all troops of this Department, includ- 
ing the enrolled militia in active service. 

MIDNIGHT REPORT. 



WKjOM. CIIABI.ESTOV. 

Our I.OM fa the late ▲■•aalt 1,S1*— 
Barbaroas Treanneat af VToadad 
l/'aloa JPrisaaer*— Sreg-ro f*risaaer« 
l»«lil iato Mlavery— tillatore's Ciaas 
«t Ithia «00 Yards of Fart IFairaer. 
Nrw YoBK, July 30. 
The Tribune'a Morris Island coTCspon- 
dent says our entire loss in the late as- 
sault on Fort Wagner, according to offi- 
cial report, is 1,.517. 

The officers and men of the 54th Mass. 
colored regiment are not be given up to 
us, and unofiii-ial reports say the negroes 
have been sold into slaver}'. 

All of our wounded in their bands have 
been treated most barbarously. Oppor- 
tunities to amputate were sought for 
eagerly by rebel Surgeons, and it was 
performed in some of the slighest wounds. 
Un the left one battery was erected COO 
yards from Wagner on the north, and 
six 200-pounder8 placed in position for 
offensive operations by fren. Gilmore, 
are being actively prosecuted. 



FROn ClIARI.EST03r. 



done as elb-etually. it .semus to ns, as, 
with the means at command, it can be 
done. 



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THE MHAFT <«.lF»l'lTrTI01fAl.. 

Weipioied ye.-terday an opinion of the 
Supreme Court of the United States, de- 
livered by Judge Taney, which is entire- 
ly eonelubive against the ri^ht claimed 
bv the organs ol" Gov. .^"eymour, of the 
State Courts and the State Kxeiaitivo to 
resi.st the enlorcement of the Conscrip- 
tion Act in that State. 

But though the tpiestion of jurisdiction 
is thus ellectiially disposed of, the ques- 
tion of the constitutionality of the Con- 
8crii)tion — which the Copperhead Jour 



yiEW» ITEMS. 

-.V rcj.ort that Clement L. V.allaudig- 
ham an ived fit Toledo, Ohio, en Tues- 
day niiihf, Irom Ibitfalo, and proceeded 
at once to Dayton, is noticed in the To- 
ledo J}l"fh: 

— A man named Jefferson Davis was 
dralted in New Bedlord on Thursday, 
The Mcirvry hopes that ho may bo able 
to go and be in .st the de.ath of the other 

Jell. 

— A letter from one L. B. McFarland. 
written from Shelbyville, Tenncsee, to 
his mother, iu acknowledgment of the 
receipt of a package of clothing, gives 
this hi'^hlv important inlorination : 

V.'Iicn I oiKJiied tJie parcel some of the boys 
remarked, "Th.itS the tirst shirt-tail I've seen 
in twelve months." Perhaps It was true. 
None of the ConfcdeiMto shirts have t.ilis; 
cloth is too scarce ; sowhh money. A shirt 
with tails h iudced a rariry. 

— The Providence Journal publishes 
two interesting letters ftom its corres- 
pondent on board the Montauk, dated 
the llth and 13th of July. In one of 
these letters it is stated that on the 13th 
the rebels were engaged in hanging cot- 
ton bales along the southern lace of Fort 
Sumter. That faet confirms the belief 
that the fort was found in the previous 
bombardment to be weak, and that it suf- 
fered serious damage. The wild firing 



Barbarous Treatment of our 

Wounded Prisoners 

and Negroes. 

REBELS IN KENTUCKY 
RETREATING. 

THEY AKB PURSUED BY OUR 
CAVALRY. 

OUR FORCES PURSUING 
JOHNSTON. 



FllOn WK-flLl^lIU* AJ*JD BEA-OW 



F1I«>:*1 TIIK AHWV OF TUB PO 
TOrtlAC 



:tflead<< Cross*'* tUe BaiipahaniiocU— 
Op|»osit<ioii l»> the Fa**!!!?— The Two 
Armlet «n tlieir Old l»ositioii»-A 
I*i>rioa of Inaction ConteMipIatfd— 
CrtMMl Feeling in the Arm-. 

Ni:-.v YoisK, July 30. 
The Trihuiiea Wa-hiujjton di.spulch 

savs : , 

It is reported here by oflicers who have 
come in from the trout, that Gen. Meade 
threw his pontoon bridges across the 
Kappahannock, ne:u- the Kallroad bridge, 

yesterday. . . 

Thyre was some opposttion inaUe Dy 

the enemy. 

New York, July 30. 

The Times of this morning, has the 

following: 

IlF,VDQlAnTEr.S ARMV OT 'Tn V. TOTOMXC , j 

July 29, 1633. > 
This armv is practically occupying the 
8«me ground as it did two monihs ago. 
The recent active movements v ill be ne- 
cessarily followed by a period ol con.par- 
ative inactivity, during which it will be 
recruited and recuperated. For the next 



of thtf enemy showed that they did not ,nonth the cavalry will do most of the 

know the position of the batteries Gen. fighting. * ,• 

As 1 have before stated, Longstrccts 



nals have raised — still re nains. P»ut this 
plications which have menaceil our Cov- I question has also been disposed of. The 



And as an evidence of how completely 
the leaders sheltered themselves in the 
hiur of trouble from the ^torm they h.ad 
t'aemselves ( al!ed up, we find their papers 
boaiJting t!iat no pmminetJ coj.perl.ead 
De.iiocrat took any pait in '.he riot. The 
Journal of C >mmer(r. says : — 

*• Th( y (the polio ) have seized upon a nnm- 
b r who arc full'- idmtitl. das leaders, con- 
spicuous with mnskcts or clubs, and thoy 
turn out ID be nobodies in positionor infiifinco. 
Vn 1'. r the wi 11-d reeled tire nf how tzcrs and 
muskct^ central liguns in .he niobs wircso n 
to fall dead. '1 ho coroners h:\\- held uearl . 
si.-;ty inidcsts on the bodies of riot rs, aiul 
twt a single man of the least public notu haa 
been reno inlzc'i aiit'jni/ thnn. <'r over a hun- 
dr. d cas.s of g nisho. aud other wounds tr at- 
cd ac ihc hospitals, not one was in ictrd upon 
a c.tizcn of aity notoncti/, on the side ol tin 
r.oltrs." 

Yes; — these poor wretches were in- 
d id "rololim in posltiim and intlu- 
euce." ignorant, deceived, ihluded men, 
their minis full of the poison so carefully 
instilled into tl.em for years past; their 
ruiie pis. iocs wrcu-ht to white heat by 
tlie appeals of clitors and orators, they 
gave their lives in testimony of the full- 
ness of their faith. From them alone 
the countrv has nothing to fear. They 



ernineiit Irom the be.iinning of its great 
struggle aualnsl the rebellion. 

The cuiiipiest of Mexi'.o is but the 
.stepping-stone to the vast scheme of 
French domination on this eo itinent ; and 
from the Halls of the Montezumas, Na- 
poleon now proposes to control the destl- 
iiit'8 of the continent. 

The success of the L'nion cause he re- 
garils as fatal to liss .siLiMne of a Latin 
Kni]>ire in Ameiiia. and he regards an 
alliance with the .South a.-, indispens.ible 
to h;s .success. 

Py the terms ot this alliance, be is to 
retain posscision of Mexico, as a French 
colony, while he is to aid the South, in 
relnrn, to regain po!>«« r-sion of the Mis- 
sissijjpi. and of the .itate.^ and territoiics 
Iving west of if. 

From this point of view Ihe impudent 
and unheard-of demand ol tin- Fn-ie-h 
residents of Xe»7 Crleans that the Em- 
peror shall send to tin; Mi.>»sissippi a 
naval licet to protect them against an ap- 
pri'hended upridng of the IJlacks. has the 
signilieaiee of ft conspiracy to which ihe 
Ihnpcror himself is a party, and which 
cannot be overlooked by our ( lovernment. 
And whe-n to this, and the well known 
efforts ol the Finperor lo secure a recog- 
nition of the South, is adilcd the fact that 
heavy leinfurceiuents, including several 
ves.sels of war and a large rteet ef artil- 
lery are to be sent out to Mexico in Sep- 
tember, it is alnio.st impo.->il>le to resist 



question arose and w;\s decided in the 

District C'onrt, of thu ILastern District ol 

Pennsylvania, as follow.'-, : 

A deserter who had been drafted under 

the Act of July 17, 1863, w.as arrested 

by a Provost Marshal on the authority of 

that provision of the Act of 1S'"»3 which 

legalizes the arrest of persons called into 

service under any act to Congress. A 

writ of hnpca.t rorpus was granted by 

Judge CJaihvalader, and o'l the return to 

that writ, the ease was argued in full. 

Much (d the discussion was upon other 

points than that of the constitutionality 

of the law, buttliat point was necessarily 

raised, w.as argued, and, was fully uecidtd 

by Judge Tadwalader: 

"The ron>titution of the United States au- 
thorizes Coufnress to raise annies, .•uul ah:n to 
rail forth find iminnize th' milHi't of thr States. 
Under this tirnfolfl i>owrr,botli re^'ularnat on- 
al u.inici. and oi; asi nal mi itia idixcs fioin 
the several >t.ites mayl)C raided, either by eon- 
srriptinn or in other modts {■') Whcatoii. 17 ) 
The p >-.vcr to raise liiciu by c n.>erii)tio!; may, 
at a cri-is of c\treine exigency, 1)0 iudisiiensa- 
blc to public scciiiit •." 



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posit 
(iiltnore was erecting at that time. 

— Mayor Opdyke has vetoed the ordi- 
nance passed by the Common Council 
of New York city, during or just after 
the riot, to pay $3 )0 for the exemption 
of each conscript in that city. 

— The city of Portland, Maine, has 
provided $oOO for every man who .shall 
he drafted from that city to serve in the 
.\rmies of the Fnion, pnoVlDKi) he Sftcmds 
Ihe draft hy going to the tear himself, or 
hij sending an acceptable suhstitute. This 
is talking to the purpose. Pay whatever 
is fair a:id just to recruit the naaonal 
armies, but never a cent to deplete and 
cripple them. 

— dames E. Murdoch, the elocutionist 
and actor, has volunteereil in an Ohio 
mditary company. 
—The Mexico (Mo.) Citizen tells the 

following : 

\ gentloniau of stronjiSouthem sympathies 
while on a hunt for thn>c black l)oys, who had 
le!t hiin without any just cause, said to a friend 
that ho didn't care so much for Sam and Wcs, 
but "I cau't do without lidl. I'll give a thou- 
sand dolliU-s to pet him bark." Here lie burst 
into a Hood of tears and exclaimed : " Bill is 
my owu son." 

— The Mobile AdceHisei- of June '2oth 
.announces the sale of "twenty-five con- 
fi.sc.ated slaves, the property of Lydiaand 
Richard S. Johnson, alien enemies." 
Over 1,2()0 acres of valuable land, 2U 
b.alcH of cotton, and a large amount of 
other propiirty of the same parties is also 
confi.scated. So much for confiscation in 
Dixie. If the military and civil authori- 
ties iu this tlepartment were now to 
I adopt a similar course here, instead of 



and Ililf-s commmds, alter passing 
throu h Thorntons not Chester's Cap, 
liave encamped between Culpepper and 
GordonsviUe. Ewell's command cov- 
t-red their rear and Hank by guarding the 
Blue Kidge passes. The bulk of this 
corps is now moving down the vaUey and 
detachments threaten our lines 



Tester 



.1- 



its 



dav morning at 2 o'clock our pic 
were driven in near Amosville, and indi- 
cations to-dav are that our out-)>osts are 
liable to be forced in at any moment by 
superior detachments of rebels. 

There is but little sickness and the men 
are more liherally supplied with ratiors 
than ever before. This, taken in connec- 
tion with recent Union sue esses creates 
ceneral good feeling in the army. A 
Targe number of flicers have rtcently 
been detached to bring on drafted men. 

FnO.lt CIIABI.FSTOX. 



Our FoiCfs l»ur*t:in^ Johnston to 
.llerwilun— Thcj C*»i»t!»r«> .Ifuuierou* 
Prisoners -Thf K«'l»«'I(i 5lucli Oe- 
nioraliifd— All «lui«'t at VIcksburgr— 
T»»o .■»! Innosoti* lleglmcnts CJone to 
Mrlcna- AnotlM'r I>«'i»arture for 
'\^'^\ Orleans. 

MFMrnis, July 29, via Cairo, July 30. 
A dispatch has come np to the effect 
that our forces are pursuing the forces of 
(jcn. Joe Johnslou beyoud and to the 
eaat of Pearl river. Also that the forces 
of the coiilLdcrates arc very much demor- 
alized and that many priboners arc being 
captured bv our soldier.s. 

It is ev'idei t from the direction of the 
retreat ol the rebels that they are makiug 
for Meridian, where the military railroads 
diverge, bom which point they can rein- 
force Mobile or the army of Bragg. 

Militarv matters at this point are ex- 
ceedingly dull; even guerrillas seem to 
bn ve vamoosed the gauche. 

The Provost Marshars office is crowd- 
ed with owners and employees of negroes 
who are compelled to register their black 
propertv, in 'order that they may receive 
protection and be furnished with passes. 
The Continental cleared this morning 
with a good freight and passenger list fur 
New Orleans. 

Maj. B. F. Langlcy of the Illinois Cen- 
tral Pi. Pt. goes down on her for the pur- 
pose of attending to the interests of his 
road in that long cut otr locality. 

The weather is coo' and delightful. Re- 
freshing showers are of almost daily oc- 
currence. 

Kev. Richard Haines was elected to- 
day Superintenddntof Public Schools for 
the ensuing vear. 

The Ruth has just arrived from \ icks- 
buig. She reports all quiet there and 
alotTg the river. When she left it was 
rumored th; ♦ our forces were pursuing 
those of Johnston, and were fast nearing 
Meridan. No tidings had been received 
from the down river expedition. 

The " Courrier' arrived from Helena 
to day. The expected attack on that 
post has been again postponed. 

Just as she was leaving a division had 
coiii'iieiK-ed coming from below. I could 
not learn what division it was but that 
the three regiments which had landed 
were from Minnesota and Wisconsin. 

The steamer Starlight, a large side- 
wheeler, has just arriveil from New Or- 
leans. She was captured by our forces 
up the Black Kiver. She ha- been order- 
ed \\\i tl-.o river by the authorities and 
leaves this evening. 



The ftleg« CoBtlaa«»— Everrtliiar Pro- 
* rresslBT Favorably— Heary Sle«ro 
Oans Planted Mttkin lOOO Tarda 
of Fort VFa^raer. 

New Yobk, July 30. 

The gun-boat Paul Jones, arrived to- 
day, from Charleston, Sunday evening. 
She was ordered here for repairs, being 
leaky, and having burst her gun. 

The siege of Charleston continued. 
When she left. Gen. Gilmore had suc- 
ceeded in erecting a battery of heavy- 
siege guns within 1,0()0 yards of the fort, 
and everything was progressing favorably. 
Sumter and Fort Johnston, on James 
Island, kept up a continued fire on our 
foi-ces, but the casualtie." average but 
about six per day. The troops were in 
good spirits. 

Tlie msctosippi Opea«d to Coaimvrco 
—Arrivals at Cairo from Sew Or- 

Cairo, July 30. 

We have had two arrivals direct from 
New Orleans since my la^t dispatch — the 
steamers Choteau and Starlight — the lat- 
ter arriving this aflernoon, bcmg just 
eight days from New Orleans. 

Of course her news has been anticipated 
via Fortix'ss Monroe. She had no inter- 
ruptions. 

(ien. Payne, wounded, came up on the 
steamer Starlight. 

The .OL'd Massachusetts regiment, Col. 
H, S. Greenleaf, arrived from Port Hud- 
son to-dav, en i-oute for home (Green- 
field, Mass.)— their time of enlistment 
having expired the llth of the jiresent 
month. 



rR09I THE AUSIlL OF TMK PO- 
TO«AC. 

ReoryaalEafloa of Corp*, *r. 

Washington, July 30. 

Within a few days past more than 2, WJ 
cavalry, representing every regimeiit in 
the Armv of the Potomac, have arrived 
here lor'horses to take the place of thoee 
damaged bv late extensive service. 

It is said' the llth corps is to be broken 
up. The let division will go with G«i. 
Howard, wbo takes command of the fd 
corps. The 2d division will be incorpo- 
rated with the 12th corpa— the others go 
in the 2d corps. Schurz has an indepiB- 
dent position— to guard the Orange and 
Alexandria railroad from Manassas^to the 
Rappahannock. 

:Horg-aa Takea a Matk aad IMves irn* 
to HU Cell. 

CnJciJWATi, July 30. 

Morgan and several of his officers ar- 
rived at Columbus this afternoon, and 
were lodged in the penitentiary After 
scearching and bathing, they were con- 
ducted to cells where they will be con- 
fined according to the rules of the consti- 
tution. 



§lew g^dvertfeemenfe. 



SOLUTION 



OF 



OF CITRATE 

AGNESIA. , . 

This liolutlon is a cooling catliartic, and 1» par- 
ticuliTly recommended as a substitute for hpsoiu 
-alts a id ?ieidliiz I'owders. l>eiDg more agreeable 
to tl»e Usie aud mon mild in it* operations. 

Diree lions— For an aCiv.- purge, the content* 
of the bottle; a« a laxative, half the qaauuty or 
less. Carefullv preparfii by „^,„ 

SiMS, VAWfEE t ROSE, 

jy31 No. ill Third-st., :st. Paul, MinnoaoU. 



for poor loyal people. — Nashville Union. 
— »«♦«■♦ 



have dashed their heads agaiust 
bolid front of the Government and 
and have fallen in the dust; bnt 
the malignant fiends who incited them, 
are still alive, are stdl potent lor evil, 
and while disavowing the work of their 
instruments, are ready to loiise them to 
new outrages. 

The whole history of the riots prove 
this. 

Upon their breaking out, the New 
York World fairly smacked its lips, and 
exulted over them, and taunted and 
■neered at ib-^ government, and express- 
ed tho hope that NOW the President would 
liatOJ to the advioa of the Copperheads. 



the the concbusion that France is about to 



adopt a piilicv which will involve this 
country in a war with it. 

The' fdlof Vieksburg and Port Hud- 
son, so liir fiom preventing this ii terler- 
ence, will [u-obably precipitate it, ^ince 
nothing else than armed interference can 
now save the South, or ensure the success 
of the favorite Mexiean scheme of Napo- 
leon. Knglaiid, too, will drill into the 
struggle, on one side or the other, but 
on which side — whether she will prefer to 
build up French Power on this < ontinant, 
or to combine with the United States to 
overthrow her traditional enemy — re- 
mains, like all the rest indeed, to be seen. 



TIIBJ S»KTa«CaATIC .niXHKW. 

The masses of the Democracy are rap- 
idly ilesertin<jf tln^ wily leaders, who, up- 
on one falM! pr>jteuse or aiioth/r, have 

been sedueng them from their allegiance ' allowing elaims on the Federal Govern 
to the |.,ood old Hag. | inent to the amount JjJlO.ftOO to tho most 

Thi/ i^ cspeeiallv evident in Ohio, i wealthy and active rebels in Davidson, it 
, I .1 'i . r.i ....,,. would be better for the Governmont and 

where ^coles ol the le^t men of the partv 

are breaking away from the traces which 

hold them to th«^ 8Up[>ort of the infamous I :niortf'aB laterferlnir witli Payb. 

Vallandigham. John Morgan appears to have interfer- 

Thus tie Auuricrui Union, published at ' ed somewhat with the ••Democratic" cam- 

Steubenville. which for thirt wears has ; P^igu in Ohio and espeei.illy with the 

• • ,, , „ aiipomtmcnt of thi^ "distinguished young 
been the organ of the democrats of Jcf- , ^|.{,^.s,nan," as he is called by the Cincin- 
brson county, rcfu.ses utterly to support ' natti Kn'iuirer, George K. Pugh. Mor- 
the Vallandigham ticket, emphatically de- 'gan was just ahead of Mr. Pufjh, .at or 
, . near Wavcrlv, Portsmouth, Pomeroy, 

*^,''."'^'" ,. , , , ...Jackson, McArthtir and Logan. The 

,„r ll-r^" Sll^trhSljI.rS Sr'yrF!:! Ci„n„„..i e<,»».«o.y lhi„k, .ha. a. Mr. 
.sum)>tcr. Nearly tiie whole party stood with Pugh declines to discuss war matters, 
us then, ns wc believe it does now. We wiil considering them of secondary impor 



not he inii.niilated or whi died into a wronx tanee, and rpiite incidental to something 

'"* that Mr. P. calls •♦personal liberty,"' it is 
cry ill tho hour of degeneracy, woe to 



po.-it on. >\o till stand between tlie cinniv 

otthe|.,aoltesni.d I'hilistincs, and we can ^;;;j;jy ;-;/;;;p^pe7in^^^^^ the camj dgn will not 



lo-nUrs ofth! de.nocntic party, until, like about interfering with his liberty of 
aneicut Niiuvclj, the jHoplcwiJ! uwnke and gpeecb. Perhaps if Mr. Pugh could have 
come up to the puiitic.atiou of the democratic aadregsed MorcanV gang on the insi^nifi- 
tcmple, and overthrow those who are trving 
to p a-!e the p-ariy in a fiilsc poxitiou, ''"" 
will be done. 



!VeM« from IleU«'l »onrce«. — Severe 
I.,o*a of the MeUela on Morria Is- 
land.— Fnion E-oa* onlv *00-rC;r«*rtt 
<7onaternation in Charleatoa —>*'<>- 
men and < hUdrJ'n teavin-^th** Clt.y — 
Their only II.iiM'.tUe Ha.voMeif.— Cien. 
Ollmore to hare all the Troop* he 
IVeeda.— Charleston Must Fall. 

Nas-uville, July 20. 
The Jlcrald has the following: We 
are permitti.'d to send the following facts 
collected here from a deserter just in 
from liraggs army. Iu the li,-ht on 
Mor;is Island the rebels sustained a very 
heavv loss of killed and wounded, at first 
rei>o"rted at 500 and then reduced to ooO. 
Among the killed are Prig. Gen. doe 
Smoot, Col. Langdon, Chief of Stafl". 
C;ol. John Ree, and Maj. Tole. The 
body of Col. liee is in Uni-Mi Imiuis. The 
other three h.vl been brought into Charles- 
ton. Ml- 1 

Great consternation prevailed m tlie 
city. The wotuen and ehihlreu arc leav- 
ing. All free negroes are being pres-<ed 
into servitwandthe only hOl)e for Charles- 
ton, say its friends, is the bayonet. 

Nuw YouK, July 30. 

The Timci' Washington dispatch .says 
Gen. (iilmore has been promised all re- 
inforeeinentH he needs. 

Charleston must fall — and that, too, 
speedily, if energy, celerity and 15-iucb 
guns will accomplish that result. 

The report that Giltaore's loss in the 
recent engagement was one-third of his 
total force, is pronounced incorrect. 
His losses were not near as heavy as at 
first represented. 

In the last action he did not lose over 
700 men. and lis total losses bince ho bc- 

amount to 

over 1,000 



Fno:w KFXTrcKir. 

(cott — not I»es:ri»ni— Commands the 
llelx'l Iiivadinsr Forces — Particu- 
lars «»f the Itepnlse aud Pursuit 
of the Rebels. 

CixcixNATi, July 30. 

The rebel Soott drove Saunder's small 
force out of Pickmond, and then moved 
yesterday to Winchester, and sending 
forward" a small party to destroy the 
bridge at Paris. This party was whipped 
and fifteen of them captured. Col. Saun- 
ders came to the main body at Winches- 
ter last night, and captured their pickets, 
and np to one o'clock was still ui pursuit, 
skirmishing with their rear guard, but 
unable to force a fight the rebels crossed 
the Red River at J.icksoir.0 Ferry, and 
were making double ipiick time for Ten- 
nessee, on The Irvine. Efforts are being 
made to intercept and catch them. 

Prisoners are being brought in hourly. 
A train of wagons and .'i.OOO infantry 
under Ruckncr were reported at London 
yesterdav, but the .'>tory was believed by 
no /me. " The presence of some wagons 
to ( onvey their siolcn plunder, and a few 
hundred conscripts, seem true. Pegram 
is not in the State. 

gScott's nuinbei-s are estimated at from 
l,')0O to L'jOfMb with from seven to nine 
l)ieces of artillery, two of them having 
been captured Ivom Kunkle's left by 
Saunders at.Cumberland Mountain. 

We lost at Richmond one killed and 
five wounded, snd one wounded at Win- 
chester, 

The rebels pillage<l recklessly wher- 
ever they went ; sacked stores ; stole, 
and sent' to <he rear all the horses, nudes 
and cattle thev could yet. 

Gilbert and" Carter's forces being in- 
fantry, gave up the chase. 

If Saunders don't catch them he will at 
least drive them out and not leave them 
until he does. We learn at Head Quar- 
ters this evening that Scott's forces have 
been driven across the river and our for- 
ces now occupy Winchester. 



S 



th 



TATE OF MINNESOTA.— SALE 
OF PINE TIMBER. 

In pursuance of law, notice is hereby given, 
lat on Tuesdav, the first day of September, ifO 5, 
■ omc- -' "-- "••"- 



at •^o'clock p.M, at theoffice of the survpor 
General of Logs aud Lurabt^r, in the citv of M. 
Anthom" I wifl otTerat public sale and sell to the 
highest bidd-r, permits for cutung the l»ine Hra- 
beron eerUin School Lands .situated on Itum 
Rirer aud its tributaries, as follows, to wit 

Minimum price per 



1,000 feet. 
, $2 Ou 

>••••■■« 1 1 9 
>••••••• X ad 

!••••••• 1 3v 

(••••••a 1 vU 

2 00 

■ •■■•••• iw dU 

>•••■••■ 1 *^ 
• •••••■• * W? 

2 00 

I 50 

2 00 

1 50 

.•••. .. I '.* 
3 CIS. per tie. 
mini- 
mum price per inounaiiu ivri, «.!>. -.. .. so 

cut wf.i remain the propf-rty of the htato. until 
full naymeut Is made. An advance pa> m«-nl of 
«50 will be required on each u^ct purcliaeed. the 
same to be forfeited in cas« of non-compliance 
with tU<^ terms of sale. 
St. I'aul, Minnesota, .tuly 30th, 1803. 

CUAS. McILRATH, 
WT.l Commissioner State lAnd Offloe. 



Section. 

Ifi 

30. ... ' 
If. 

ir> and 36. . 
IC and 3G. 

}('•.... 

3<'. 

16 and 3G. 

'M\.. .. 
10.... 

16 au'i "W. 
10 

■'■0.'" 



Town. 

t • ••>/ ■ • • • ' 
>• ■>><•••• 

• • ••Kfa ■ • • 

...:i8 

• • ••>o* • • • 

'.!.bt».... 

• • e^M* • • • 

...40.... 

• • «•>**• • • • 



Rang«>. 

) ■ • • ■ v^D* ( • 
■ • • • • •2r>» ■ • 

»••••• ^t • • • 

• • ■ • > •<£< • • • 

• • • * • oAVa • • 
• •• • • •*' • • • 

• • • • ••<60* • • 

• •• • • •*o*» • 

• • • • • a^/ • • • 

• ••••• ^i» • ■ 

27... 

..... .*< . . . 

.27. .. 
*.*.*.*".*. 26.*.. 



No permits will b« sold for less than the mi 
um price per thousand foet, and all tim»K<r 



s 



TRAYEl) OR STOLEN.' 



A pair of largo red OXEN, six year^ old. i>ne 
has a star on his forehead and some white on hip 
and tail; the other has a hole in one horn and 
AIM some white on hip and tail. They wore first 
mi'sed on Sunday, the Wth iust., from the resi- 
dence of the subscriU>r. alwut a mile south of 
I'iue llend. Anv peraon returning the same «ill 
b.^ suitably re^^od, bv^ ^ ^y^S WORTH. 

July 3l8t, 18«3. ji Jl-dfcwtf 



addressed Morgan's gang i 
This cance of the war, etc., he might have con- 
verted (,hom. 



T«I«vrapli »«>n Dnafted. 

ruiL.vDEi.rHi.v, July 3D. 
Among tho.se who were drafted to-day 
wero three more telegraphers, «n*]^ing 



»-*u 



^Y ANTED 

TO RENT— A House within a few minutes 
walk of the Post Office- Would like a l.»asc for 
one, two or three yoara. I'osseaston desired 
either now or in the IkU. C*U at or addri-sa 

j J 30.tf TB ESS O H; I C L . 

X;^URN1TURE AUCTIONS. 

On Saturday next, before commeuring our 
stock sale, we will soli a handsome walnut C ham- 
ber sot complete. Bedding, Stoves aud other Inr- 
niture. On Mondav, at the residenci' of the lat« 
C T. Hewitt, on Fort-st., a few doors from tho 
Sttfiinr House, wo sell Parlor, Ciiamb-'r and 
KiTctien Fnralture. Both salea will commence 
at MKK o'clock. __ „.„,,„ 

jy»>-2t FAIRCHILP& MARCH. 



Itaklnir up .^«i»a«'» **«"»»••»•• 

CiscuNifATi. July 33. I fifu'cn in all fVoin tho Ainerican OflSce, 
Siiuads of Morgan's men are being * including the AisisUnt Manager. 



C 



OOK WANTED. 



A Woman to do the plain cooking in a Hotel 
Inquire at this office. Jy25-lw* 



I 



^i 




^he faiiU f aul i«w<i. 



bllioo-A.ll,ioinLujj: lUe Britl^*"- 



prui>t<^iu:i> I'vy-X. 



•mliu" it'bo! invasiun of Ken- 



TUo , pel 



4uo'i-y ^wiMW. iM>t fc'utUvl)' une.\ptcU;d in 
■ .mf qirai it'rs. The following letter In m 
Tarson Urownlow. whioh wo CiU Iromtle 
LjiiLsviiU- ^fuurnul'ot tho -Jtth. I'lnbotlui 
A conuuiMiKation made to Hrownlow h\ a 
Geo.j;ia L-uiouUt, whiirh, to say thoU-a.^t, 
is very sijiniruant, con.MMiring tliatit wa> 
followed MP Kss than a wfik altorward 
b the nt'ws it tho n-btl inoursion near 

Lex iijjtoii : 

To the Edtora Louisvillo Journal : 

N.vsnvii.T t, July 21, liW^. 
I am not an alarm st. nonlo I usually mako 
a no so over ;*»»:»: niattor.«,)>i»t 1 have roif vo.l 
a letter trom Ui-on;i.i 
an uui>vo«fion nj 




^ fBjsim ffis^j pRtti ^»tPAY, iftLt u, mii^_ 



The Atmy ol thfii Poidii 

ITS RECENT 

n«>b«>i 



-X H'ent (»f tlir Oidf, Cl>o ltiulcrsl,^hM 



Ol'ERATlOx 



>V< 



HtMtlsCtc* or th«* 



r«rc^ 



^ 1. i' 

4ltcri T)#pp>t 

itlUTul-; Its- 
Mliue!4 1'onitnnnd of the Corps d' AlVioiic and 
ul' the Putit at I'urt Hudson. 

OK()U(iK L. AN»»llKWS. 
Hrig. Qeu. Vuluiiteers l'Ouunaiutiug< 



Wasiunuton, .luly 20 —Advices fron» 



uly -'0 
the A 



suih 



w h ih lias made 
iinv uihul that 1 feel houiul 
lo make a nableat on of ;he t:u'ts in the Uny 
isvi le an.l (' n innati papers. 'Ihc letter is m 
these worvls : 

•'VoKTii GroROiA.July ll.'6:l.— Dr.lJr iwu- 
low— 1 ha\e not seen you for twti years, but 1 
look v th interest upon all that comvrns yon. 
aiM let nie assure \ou that the abuse of you 
in the Southern papers, whiehha^ been bitter, 
has not lowered you in inv esteem, 
ht— vou have be n ri^'ht trom 



n 



You ar.' 
the be.i:iu- 
nm-', and sucli wii be the judKi"e»t oi the 
CO n V before vou die w th o d a;,'C. 

"Tae ate retreat o: Hr iirg s ileuo mrcd l»y 
the eliivah-v as (ll>iivaeeln , . nd it Is the more 
mort.f. n^" to ih/m from th* fa -t that hev 
had exp.cssotl their eonliilenee in Mr ?:>:''* 
abi it,- to wh p Ko.-eerans, and to take NiU-h- 
Mde" The lo s of Viek.-'bn -^ s eruslimi; .o 
them, and numv of their leading: men Rive ny 
u!! a-s lost. Wlia etlee Uiis late disaster wi I 
have upon heir f tn-c p ans and purposes I 
a:n not able t > lOnjectnre, bur I wdl st to to 
vou what I am e r.am have been then- plans, 
indjed I kn w what th -y have int nded, i.nd 
wli:it well inform d leaders have ileel red. 
Thev intended, as a fall eampaf:n, to inva«le 
Kent ekv upon a largj seale, start n:: out ot 
East renne3>ee, and to saek and l>urn Lo ts- 
V he and Ciucnuat:. Preparatory to th s, 
thcv in nded to send an nvading foree upon 
a small se .le to spv o;it the eounire. At the 
gam t n\e thev intended lo ma.ss their tio ps 
in Vii-gin a aiid ma!ie a determ neti assault 
upon Wash ngton. I will not g ve my nam-, 
but I wi 1 relate an incident whieli occurred 
when vou were al ni 'lit a my house several 
vears "uo, and vou will at oiue reeogn /e me 
as an o d fauiil ar Whig friend. I withhold 
mv name, bec.iuse this let.er may not reach 
voii, and might han.; me. I ."iia e. howev* r, 
th U, wlu n Pra-'ir's aniiy r. tna ed, thi y d vid- 
ed— ine portion gi ns up the roa 1 int-i Past 
'lenn.ssec. an^l the ;;reaier portion of them 
comin,' int> (jeorgia, upon tlie btace r.iad. 
But tew, if any of iliem, remained at L'hat.a- 
no ga." 

Now, Messrs. Fditors, I know the writer of 
this letter, ami let me s.iv I know him to be a 
manor line biisjiiess iiuallications, of g. od 
eommua sense, and a w.-,l iniormed and relia- 
ble 111 u. He is a man of good property, and 
a slaveholder. 

I tell voa, and throui:h von the people of 
I.ou svilie, Cincinnati. ;.nd Washin-'ton, that 
there is more in tliis allair than may stiike 
tliem at tirst gl. nee. I give the fads to you, 
and yo.i mav irive them to the Cineinn.iti and 
AVa4iin.'.ton pa;iers, and our nrlitary authori- 
ties at those ]ioiuts can attach to them what- 
ever imponance tliey may deem proper. The 
rebels mav change their plans, but that they 
int ni led these moveuu-uts 1 have no sort of 
do'ib:. 
I aai, very tnily, 

W. O. BROWXLOW. 

The Louisville Journal adii.s, that — 

There can he no question that it has been 
the settled plan of the reliel lenders to make a 
most formidable and tremeid a campaign in 
Kentucky. We have for weeks p.i.st Iwen n;- 
ceivmg evidences of this from scores of sour- 
ces inde;.(.nd^nt of each other. 

» ■ ♦ » » 

U.aw tkft A.)»w Nrwn«l.«. 
To th" F.'l't T.-" of the St. I'aul Prem : 

It h 13 been difflcull to know what the law of 
of this State is relative to ihe sae of li .uor<. 
Some said it was unconstitutional ; and law-- 
yers have .said it was of imprarti able execu- 
tion, and, therefore, u.scle.ss. The people have 
been perplexed, and in .some instances have 
peti.ioned the Pegi^tlaturu to luake the law- 
.sucli as coidd t.»c executed. 

Attorney Genera! Cole, in hi.s otHeial report 
for last year, mentions eight trials under the 
1. v ; and an extract from him in answer to a 
e ter of m a-e particular inquiry as to how- the 
law stands in practice Ixfore the courts, will 
show satis!ac:orily what the law- really is. He 
says : 

'•'I'he law was defective a-s tiist pa.«sed, bnt 
the defects weie remedii.d by the suecieding 
Leg s.ature, ami 1 think there is no di licu.ty 
in sustainiug prosecu ions under it. A i|U( s- 
ti jU w.is rai.-eil as lO th ■ validity of the cntl.e 
1 iw, some ,ime since, upon the gound tha. i. 
Cjd ict. dwith a clause in the .'^ioux treaty, 
b .t i s vaii lity has Ik; n sus.ained by Judge 
Nelson of tUcLnted aiates Di.st.iet Court. 
If, theiefore, piosecutions fail under it, it is 
no he faua of the aw. 

" The views of the courts, I think, do not 
di^er from those 1 have stated. And this is 
apjjareiit f-(, in the cases .stated in my repo; t ; 
tor a though seve.a lOnvic ions werc'ob aincd 
during the lasLyva,uo appeal was taken to 
the ^upr^inc Court." 

Selling intoxicating r^uors, then, without a 
license, is a.s punifhab e as iheyiulation of any 
othci law. And this includes Ikcr, the law 
e.vempiing that frcm the liabil.ty of other 
li juo.s, having been repealed. 

And no license can bj granted in towns a 
majority of who^e voters at the fall clccti n 
shall vot': against it, pro.)cr notice, &c., having 
be.n given. 

Such, hen, arc the Laws of Minnesota on 
this subject. A. W. 

♦ « ♦ » ♦ 

ySrgrov* Tran>iinrt«'«l in lloirahvads 
Uui-iiiy tlie Itivl. 

The New York Herald narrates tl c 
following; incidei.t of the recent riot in 
Kew York : 

A cur'ous incdrnt, which c.icaped general 
a'tenti^n at the time (-f .ts occurrence, h.ip- 

fLued aL pol cc head .uar crs. Wliile .Mr. 
rcsiden- Acton was giving .«ome final orders 
to a s |uad of men who were just leaving to 
combat the crowd in Pirst Avenue, on \v ed- 
nesday of last week, a wagon eonta ning a 
hogshead w s driven rapidly up to the Mul- 
b..rry street doo , by a lad who appeared much 
excited and almost brcathles.«. 

" What have you there, my l«d r" said the 
President. 

" .Supplies for your men," was the answer. 

" What arc they ?" 

" It is an a.s-or cd lot, sir; but the people 
say It's contr band." 

Being exceedingly busy, the Prcoident or- 
dered the wagon to be driven round to the 
Mott entr nee, where an officer was sent to 
look af er the goods. When the wag»n ar- 
rived the officers werp ubjiit to lip the cask 
out, but w. re prevented by the b >y, who ex- 
cla mcd : — 

" Wai. a minute; bring me a hatchet." A 
h.itchet was brought, and the li:t!c fellow set 
to work unhead ng the c isk, and as he <l;d so 
the ofllcess wero astonished to see two full 
gTuwn nctfroes snugly packed inside. I'pon 
\xi ng as>urcfl by the lad that thev were .safe, 
they r ised their heads, took a "long snitt Of 



tho head«iuarters of the Army of tl»e I'o- 
tomae noeived to-nifiht. »ay that «luring 
the past wiH'k our troops have not been 
idle, but l»v a ilose scrutiny of l.ee's 
movements, and l»y rapid uiarehes. lias 
succeeded in UatninK hi.s several attemots 
to enter Eastern Virginia, and forestalled 
bis attempted possession of lilue Kidjjo. 
h is tieiieraily believed h^ is now moving 
rapidly towanis Statuitoti , by the Shenan- 
tloah valley. He trie»l Snieker's, Ash- 
by 's and Manassas (Japs, but found a 
siron}^ Union Ibrec already there. At the 
t^o la.st named places he was driven 
back with loss. At Chester Gap our eav- 
.il.y recaptured 1,100 of the eattJe stolen 
by" the enemy, and several hundrinl 
sheep. A large miiuber (»f horses have 
also l»eeii recovered, tieveral brisk skir- 
mishes have taken place. With the ex- 
emption of cavalry, the principal fight oc- 
itirred Thursday evening, between Lin- 
den and KroiH Royal, in which a brigade 
of rebel infantry, probably Lee's rear 
^uiird, was driven through the town. 

Tho cavalry-has done excellent service, 
riie .Ncveral commands have made ardu- 
ous marches and recoiinoissances, and 
completely foiled Stuart in his attempts to 
raid on our Jlanks and rear. Mosby's 
small but energetic band ot cavalry has 
iilone given us trouble, principally by 
cutting oil' foraging parties and messen- 
gers 



The EmpeiToir Napoleon. 



lihportan^ ttumors Regarding His 
Futuro Policy. 



Thv llropenliHtr of the MlMlwIpp* t* 

be tlif NIcuhI (or lan .tlllMuce 

«rltli th«t H«lM>l«. 



TIIK SPANISH GOVKKNMKNr INCLINED 
m JOIN I.V THK MOVKMKN r. 



A cav.ilry private reports on Friday, as 
a division of our cavalry was reconnoit- 
eriiig in the \icinty of AmiiisviHe, a 
larj;e column of n-bel infantry was seen 
a.lvaming m that direction, and our cav- 
alry was compelled to fall bark. Thi.t 
lotcu is supposed to be Longstreet's 
eorp«i. Up to Saturday night, however, 
this report had not been coidirmed. 

It is impost ible to conceive the poverty 
of the coii'i'ry through wh.ch the arniy 
passed. Wit • the exepiintf Loudon 
county there is nothing lo harvest except 
a few acres of wheat and corn, and this 
must be done by means of manual labor, 
a« the county has been entirely stripped 
of t)ck. 

Toe road is now in running order to 
Warrenton. (hir supplies, which have 
been nearly exhausted, are flowing into 
the army, and the mails, which have been 
entirely suspended since the army crossed 
the r'otomac, are anxiously awaited. 
Though tho army has had fatiguing 
marches and consequent privations, it 
would be a mistake to suppose that it is 
to settle down in idleness. 

Lee's force if estimated as follows : 
Stuart's cavalry 11,»K)0; Longstreet's and 
Ewell's corps 18,000 each : Hill's corps 
l.'i.OdO. These with IS.IXH) more rebels 
at Richmond and Petersburg, are report- 
eil to conclude the whoh^ rebel force. 
The I Confederacy never had so few troops 
as at present. Siitce their recent losses 
at Port Hudson and Vicksburg, all the 
troops thev can mnf?ter are estimated as 
follows: 30,lX)0 at Charleston, under 
Beauregard; 10.0<K) at Mobile; 1.">.000 
under Marroaduke and Price ; 20,0(K) un- 
der Johnston ; ."iO.OOO under Hragg ; :.'.'>,- 
000 at various detached points — in all 
only 240,0110. Lee's army is the largest 
and best organized of the South, and the 
fate of the Confederacy depends on hiiu. 



» ♦ ■ • 



ln«l€l« View of Port Uadson. 

The Port Hudson Freeman, printed by 
Messrs. Charles J. Ackert, John McAr- 
thur and Henry Thayer, gives the fol- 
lowing inside view of the place after its 

capture : 

The residences in Port Hudson village 
are in a deplorable condition. Every 
building that we have noticed has either 
been hit with a shot or shell or com- 
pletely riddltul. Even the church edifice 
did not escape. It is full of holes made 
by balls, and the shells have shattered it 
considerably. 

Carpenters will be in demand before 
they will assume their wonted shape. All 
of them have been used for hospitals or a 
place for eominissary stores, and general 
repair and reiiivigorating will have to do 
their share before they will Ije healthy and 
comfortable places to abide in. 

*' I w.ttit to go home!" " Xo parole 
camp shall hold me !" Such were the ex- 
clamations of the Confederate prisoners 
ill l*ort Hudson. We don't blame them 
for wanting to get home. Like rats de- 
serting a sinking ship, they see the utter 
hopelessness of establishing a slave gov- 
ernment. 

They love the old flag, but have been 
duped by oily tongues Many of them 
will never again raise their arms against 
Uncle Sam, or leave their homes to fight, 
unless forced. 

Port Hudson, from the river front, is 
r-uite a formidable place. The high 
bluffs, some sixty feet above high- 
water mark, make it almost impregnab e 
for the opera ion of gunboats The rear 
is well protected by earthworks, and the 
space inside is covered in many places 
with heavy timber. 

Protection is also afforded to a garri- 
son by deep ravines traversing in dilfer- 
eiit flire;tion8. It is unquestionably the 
strongest natural point along the river. 
But a garrison without provisions, sur- 
r< • • 'Ifd I.V an army, must succumb. 

For some time previous to the surren- 
dei Ol Pon Hudson, the rebel garrison 
subsis ed on Iresh mule and horse meat. 
In order to make this kind of •♦fodder" 
hold out, it was issued by a commissary. 
Also, to make the meal last, cob was 
ground with it, and half a pound al- 
lowed to each man daily. Even this was 
about exhausted before the surrender was 
made. 

The above is vouched for by officers 
and men whom we have conversed with. 

It was gratifying to witness the social 
feeling between the Union and Confeder- 
ate soldiers in Port Hudson afler its sur- 
render. Many joking exclamations were 
uttered, and a mere looker-on would not 
believe that they were ever opposed to 
each other in a warlike spirit. We hope 
this fraternal feeling may never be sev- 
ere<l, and that we will not again meet in 
hostile array those whose friendship we 
have so hastily made. 

Wants \ entilation — all the buildings and 

grounds in and about Port Hudson. We 

.,,.,, . never saw streets or buildings, taken in 

thefV^S,'am[exeh;';;\;dri^B?ei:':if S^'^ i ^ «'^-^-]: P-"' -[ --, in I more stink- 
The boy stated that the liocrs had chased i '?'^ Cf)n«lition. Hut it i.s in keeping with 
the poor unfortunates into the re.ar of some '■ *"* cause of Southern chivalry. In a few 
hou.ses ou the we.^t s:de of ihe town, and that 1 days, however, the " Yankees'^ will reno- 
they hid escajK-d by scaling a fence and land- \ vate the place. 



From the Corre»ponileuco of the N. Y. Times. 

P.vKis, July 10, IMO.L— The affair be- 
tween the Emperor and l»lr. Roebuck, 
which is here called "the scandal of Fon- 
taiiiebleau," has created a ureat deal of 
bad blootl on both sides of the Channel. 
You will have observeil the dill'erent cur- 
rents of opinion provoked I'V this affair 
in England ; in Frame, not only is the 
Emperor annoyed by the turn the affair 
has taken, but his Ministers are more 
than annoyed that His Majesty should 
have exposed himself to the possibilities 
of such a scandal. 

The elfect of the Atonileur's explana- 
tion, however, has been to convince what 
few French peojde had not already ar 
rived at that opinion, th.it the Emperor 
is hostile to the Union, and desires the 
division maintained. And in this connec- 
tion there are some strange rumors in 
circulation, within a day or two, which I 
give you only as rumors. Another 
change has bien made, uccojding to these 
reporln, in the Mexican programme. 
Mexico is to be placed under llu- French 
Protectorate, or to become, a colony of 
France, with a French Prince for (Jover- 
nor. The Conlt'derates have renounced 
all idea of retjaining the Minsiasipjn 
Jiiver, and the Trans-Missixsppi loun- 
tnj, trithout forciijn aid. Mr. Sli- 
dell's visits to the Emperor and Foreign 
Secre'ary, lately, are said to be in con- 
nection with this new state of things on 
the Alississippi. They are concocting 
schemes for an alliance against the Uni- 
teil States, with a view of scouring, the 
one Mexico and the other the Mississippi 
Valley. The fall of Vicksburg and Port 
Hudson, they say, will throw JeQ'. Davis 
and Napoleon ilito each ether's arms — 
that will be the final blow which will pre- 
cipitate an alliance that only hangs fire 
because the question ot the Mississippi 
might by some hazard turn contrary to 
present expectations. It is this, they 
say, which makes Napoleon so luke- 
warm on the (piestion of Poland, it is 
this which makes him continually say 
that Mexico is the big atfair of the mo- 
ment, it is this which rcfpiires so much 
activity in the navy yards at the present 
moment, and it is this which has suddenly 
demanded such large reinforceiuej;ta in 
Mexico. For the whole division Vinoy 
has been ordered to prepare itself for 
departure in the month of September, 
and several vessels — the Ville de Lyon, 
the Jean Part, and the Wagram — are 
about to sail with reinforcements to the 
artillery, in men and material. And yet 
tho Government papers declared, a:ter 
the fall of Puebla, that there were enough 
men now in Mexico to finish the campaign. 
It is also asserted on all hands that the 
Emperor, finding that he cannot induce 
England to join him in hostile measures 
against the United States, or rather, per- 
haps, not desirous that Englaml should 
join him, and yet anxious to give hinuself 
the aid of an ally, is now treating with 
Spain on this subject, and that Spain 
shows a willingness to second the Empe- 
ror's views. 

And while the air is full of these ru- 
mors, and while the public believe that 
their Government is concocting schemes 
by which the power of the United States 
is to be shorn, and, perhaps, destroyed, 
the Government papers are publishing 
long accounts of the apathy of the peo- 
ple of the North, of the people charged 
with the protection of the honor of 
the proudest flag which has thus far wav- 
ed in the world, of their indiffercncu to 
the war, and desire lor peace on any 
terms. To tell the truth, a people who 
have grown so mild in their manners as to 
allow such men as A'allandigham and 
Wood to go unhung, are not likely to do 
much execution the day when the French 
Zouave shall join hands with tho Southern 
desperado on their border. 

In connection, the following document 
which was signed by a large bo<ly of resi- 
dent Frenchmen in New Orleans, and 
presented to the French Vice Consul of 
France : 



Thu following claims have heoh re- 
ceivt'd at the Treasury Department for 
reimbursement, oli account of expenses 
incurred by itui fitfitts named, in raising 
troops previous to muster into the United 
States service. On settlement at the 
Treasury thu diroct taxes of tlie States 
are to be deducted from the several 
amounts : 

JJ1,091,069 01 

.S7»,4«3 71 

G.SU,:{yti 76 

3,18o,<t77 8.5 

SV.t.lDO 93 

l,K7;J,S(i."J 4(> 

2,948.908 GO 

.'y\\,'HH) 97 

2,118,419 33 

4(i,918 87 

1,790,.587 47 

•i,2--'3,"(M 71 

l,644,(i82 34 

3,rSi)(l,<ii;i 14 

f..T>,"«>2 2?) 

679,388 29 

l,0.S(i,;<(8 77 

21,760 02 

12,.J.Jl 04 

122 09 



Maine 

New Hninpshirc 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

UhiKle Island 

Coimeeticjit - 

New York - 

NtMV Jcrsi-y . 

Pennsylvania 

Viigiuia 

Kentucky - 

Ohio - 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan • 

Iowa - 

Wisconsin - 

Minnesota 

Ka.sa8 

Nei>raska 

Total - 



^ ^tat imu.^ 



^pillHD STREET PROPERTY. 

Lot i, Block 22, liice & Irvhi.'s Addition— corner 
lol, 7i b'et lioiu un 'I'lilrti Ntret-i and 160 feet on 
ilill Ktnet.adjuiaiiig llupe Kiigiiu; iloueu. Will 
be sold low. 
TKItM.S— Part cash uud part credit. 
Apiilyto U.COOPER, 

aj'H'U Irvine'H iJlock 



.SJ.'>,Ml,Wi 31 



These claims cover the exp«'iis«*.s of the 
States for r.iisiiig voluiueers under act of 
Congress, approved July 17th and 27th, 
1801, but do not cover the expenses in- 
curred in raising drafte<l men under Act 
of July 17th. lhtJ2. These expeii.ses, al- 
ter being approved by the (iovernors of 
the States, amounting to $40,000,000, 
being sent to the Adjutant General, and 
by him forwarded to Major Green lor ex- 
amination. 



THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, 
viz: 
«iH** lot iu block II, Whitney & Smith 8 Ad- 
dition. 

l.,utn i and 5 in block 58, and lots U and 15 in 
blork t'l^i, In Irviiie'd KnlarKemeiit to Uice & Ir- 
vine's Addition. 

Lot <> ill bioi-K 2.'{, lot in block 55, and lot 9 in 
block Oil ia Itice \ Irviiie'.s Addition. 

A lol '11 Davtoii Avi'iiue, adjoining the j>roi)er- 
tyof MaJ Cullen, 100 leet Irout 

l.uts 7 and K in hlock Xt, .st. I'iiiil l'ro|ier. 
'I'here are valualtli^ iiiiprovenii'ntH on said last 
two liieiiiioueii luts, c(iii-!stiiig ol a Htoiie store 
on \V'ali:isliaw-Mt.,and a llr.-t-cla.-s dwelling honso 
on Fourth-st. 

I tie iib .ve property will bo sold on lilieral torms 
as to cukH uud credit. 
Inquire at tlie olfico of 

bVKSCKU * rAI{VF:R, 
Ingersoll's Block, or ol 
fil{()l>> .V IJ «ll.ht , 

undi-r Ttionipsuii's Bank. 
4^ Rooms to rent in IrvincV Block. 
tit. Paul, June :td, 1WK(. Je4-3m 



(SoGoessora to CoOlit, Towbk k Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

▲ND 

Ooxnxnissioii ]M[erc]ia.iitS9 

IMFOBTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOr.b 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, &c., <tc., 

NOS. S 4 4 JAOKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVKK AND THIRD, 8AIKT PAUL, MLNX. 

Xeinns --- CASH. 



In the Department of 

iL. X Q xj o I* s A.]vi> s x: O i%. R s 

Our stock will be found large and complete at all timefl, and at prlcM to eult the view* o 

el08e«t buyars. December 1, XVU 



JUS 



T 



j^ T 



Tm: 
from the 



«. 

letter of 
' person 



a 
ol 



rebel soldier, taken 
a Confederate niai^ 



carrier lately, upon trial before a Military 
Commissioner at Columbus, contains the 
following significant paragraph. lie is 
.speaking of Vicksburg : 

The fatt (.r the u hole North depends upon 
tho tall of that place. Everv oxcrton will he 
used to that dtcct. If dclcatcd, the wir will 
end. If successful, not until the end of (he 
present Administration. \'all^ndi(fham said, 
when lure, that his ehition depended upon the 
fate of Vickshnnj. ♦ » • 

SFEdTL SOTIfEST " 



O. Cruris, iieneral Insurance Agent 
Office In rhompsonV't Bloek, Third street. 

I.. II. Chute, .Vgi'iit fo.- V.lMu Insurance Com- 
pany, St. Anthony. 

June2tlh, 1MV(. dly 



ST. PAUL PROPERTY. 

♦375 for a lot 50 feet by 150 in the vicinity of 
•Tackson street and rwolfth. 

A first-class Stone Store on Third »\T^t. 

A lot on Minncfota strtvt, near Third, witli 
buildiug. 

Two Dwelling Houses, ^800 each. 

A beautiful lot (Mi feet by 200 with tin.- grove ol 
trees. , IIEN'RY McKllNTY. 

Dealer in Ke«l Kstate. 

St. Paul. May 11. isa*.— d&wnm 



c 



F 



AILMING LAND.S FOU SALE, 



RECEIVED 

PRO AL'S , 

An assortment of Gum Goods, such as 

Gum Blankets, Gum Pouches, Gum Coats, Gum Talmas Gam 

AVadiuff Boots, etc., etc., 

ALSO, ALL SORTS OF LEATHER TRAVELING CON^'ENIENCES. 

Rol>ei>t-Sts. 



In Hennepin, Itainsey, Chi.sago, and W:isliinjr- 
ton Count! •''. Also Lois in M I'aul. Minneapo- 
lis, aii<l .St. Anthony ; all ot wliicii 1 will i-ell at 
l.oiv i'rio's and on fiivorat>ie teims of pa>m nt. 
Kiiuuire of 

P. r. WINTEKMITF, 

je21-.3ui at office of Horn, Luud & (ialuslia. 



ing in a jn'oci-''"''' yard; that the ^Toccr wa.s 

friendly to them, but feared his place might 

be sacked if they were found there, lie ac- 

cordin,'ly hit uixjn this novel j|l..n of KCtting 

them out, and while h" kept watch in front, 

the boy cooiiered the ne^rroes up. The cask 

wa-" then roiled out like a ho/jshe id of sugar 

piiced in the wagon and otf to Mulbcry street. ''""'' ."""f "^^ 

The color, d heroes of this adventure may stJll PO'^^Q *ncre 

be found at police head(|uartcrs, thankfnl to the cheat 



Several hundred Mississippi rebels, 
also two brass pieces, were found buried 
by the Yanks a fews d -ys ago, inside of 
the works at Port Hudson. 

Tlie headboard at the grave indicated 

that the remains of a Confederate re- 

A faithful negro exposed 



the ingeuuiryanddaiingof these who suggest 
ed and c irr:ed out this singular method of 
saving them from violence. 



Headqvartbrs U. S. Forces, 
Pout Hcdsox, Friday, July 10, 1863. 
General Orders No. 1.— In compliance with 



Nkw Oulkaxs, July 2d, 1863. 

The undersigned French ci'izcns, residing 
in New Orkuns, have the honor of intonning 
you : 

That the antagonism which exists among the 
d'tfcienf classes of the population of this coun- 
try secni,tothum, to have assumed formidable 
proporti lis. 

That ireelings arc lioTd, speeches made and 
puhlieations spread abroad, the tcndi ncy of 
all M-hich is to bring about a contlict lictw'ccn 
Uie black and wliiic races. 

Tliat in the event of these reitcr.ited appeals 
to the negroes to rise Ix-ing listened to by tin m, 
the jiersons and properties of the undersigned 
would Ik" i)li»ced in serious peril. 

That this danger is increased hy the condi- 
tion in which the undersigned are placed by 
the onhrs of the Coniniandcr-iu-Chief of thi"s 
Department, who has taken away all the arms 
with which they could defend themselves. 

That ciicum.stanccs may at any moment 
arise, cither owing to the ilepartnrc of the 
United .states troops to encounter the eiiciny, 
or the evacuation of this place afier .some en- 
gagement, in which the Nati nnl Government 
might Ih* found perfectly unable to alford the 
protection which the uudcrsigncd ha\c a right 
to demand. 

For these reasons, they address themselves 
to you, Mr. Vicc-Con.sul, to l)cgof yon to .s-iil)- 
mit to the Government of the Freiieh l^inpe- 
ror thccritickl position in which we are placed 
— the actual state of things in this citv— and 
to entreat of you to suggest to our Gnvemment 
the necessity of scndini; to the Mississippi sev- 
eral vessels of war to iitt'ord them all necessary 
refuge and protection, or any other means 
that may suggest it.self to you' for arriving at 
the same ends. 

» « ♦ » ♦ ~ 

According to the Mankato Union the 
number of cases filed with the Sioux In- 
demnity Commission up to .Iiinc 1st, was 
2,660. The number of cases passed upon 
is 1,300. The number of cases in which 
evidence is partially taken but not com- 
pleted is 250. 

The Record says the American Express 
Company having purchased from Messrs. 
Burbank & Co., the Express line between 
St. Paul and Mankato, that Company 
will assume control of the line ne.\t week. 
They will run messengers over the route 
twice a week. 

The Hastings Conserver and the St. 
Cloud Democrat nominate Col. Stephen 
Miller tor the Governoribip. 



OfFICK of THK .V.MKltlCAN ExPKF^S 

Co.Mr.VNV, .It. TArr., .July •.•r». IHM —We would 
respectfully announce to the pu lie that we are 
now prepared to forward expret<s matter over all 
the interior routes of the State heretofore pur- 
chased of .T. C. Burbank & Co., viz : St. Paul to 
Mankato, HastingH to Faribault and Owatonua, 
Winona to Chatfiuld. Kodieater, Onatonna,and 
all intermediate points and that wc are now pre- 
pared to tran.^act a general Frelj»lit, Package and 
Money Kxpress Businersn.cn all tlie aljove routes. 
.iy2«-lw CUAS. H. KATON, Div. Supt. 

TiiK DisBASEs OK Esitoii, {Lcs Mala- 

ilirs irErre.ur.)—\, .lohn B. Ogden, M. D., au- 
thor and publisher of the above work, do hereby 
promise and agree to send (free of charge) to any 
young man who will write for it, a sample copy 
fori^rusal. The proper study of mankind is 
Man. Thin valuable work in Iwued and sent 
forth for the b<>nelit of fullering humanity. It 
treats in simple language on all the diseases of 
Error, includie.K Seminal Weakness, Nervous 
Debility, Indigestion, .Melancholy, Insanity, 
Wa!«ting Decay, Impotency, &c., &c.— giving safe 
s|M'edy, and efTectual pre.scriptions for their per- 
manent cui-e. together with much valuable Inlor- 
mation. All who favor me with a desire to read 
my work shall receivH a sample copy by return 
mail, free of charge. 

Address 

JOHN B. OGDEN, M. D. 

No. 00 Nassau St. New York. 

may 4-d*w3in. 

■#■ 

To Consumptives. — The advertiser 
having been regtored to health In a few weeks, 
by a very almple remedy, after having suffered 
years with a severe lung affection, and that dread 
disease. Consumption, is anxious to make known 
to his fellow-sufferers the means' of cure. 

To all who desire It, he will send t. copy of tlie 
prescription used (free of charg") with the direc- 
tion* for preparing and u.sing the came, which 
they will find a surkCcuk kor Consimition, 
AsTiiM.x, 15RO.XCIIITIS, ftc. The only object of 
the advertloer in sending the Prescription, is to 
benefit the afflicted, and spread information 
wlilch he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes 
every sullbrer will try hit remedy, as It will cost 
them nothing, and may prove a blessing. 

Iter. KUWARO A. WiLSoN, Williamsburg, 

my4-d&w.3ml Kings County, New York. 
»»■ 

Impo.sitiov. — Passengers for St. Paul 
and Interme''late Points, leave Chicago by Chi- 
cago and No th Western Railway, at 8.4.5 a. m. 

VIA PRAIRIK l>\: CHIEN, 
Arrive at Prairie du Chien at 0.20 v. M., making 
direct connection with steamers, and getting 
supper on board. 

VIA LA CROSSE, 
Arrive at La Crosne at 9 P. M. 
No change of cars between Chicago and Prai- 
rie du Chien. 

4^ lime through to St. Paul, &c.,8amo bj 
both routes. 

No extra charge for meals and state-room on 
ateamers. 

E. P. BACON, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. 



My attention has been called to the above cir- 
cular clrcnlated on the cars < f the Chicago and 
NorthwcBtern Railroad and in Chicago, which is 
an imposition on the public, as the citizens of .^t. 
Paul well know that it is fals", and that the boats 
of the Davidson Line in connection with the La 
Croise Railroad, arrive here from eight to fifteen 
hours ahead of the bouts running iu connection 
with the Prairie du Chien Railroad. 

mylO-tf - \V.M. F. DAVIDSON. 

Editors St. Paul Press : 

ItKeLV TO C.M'T, DAVIDSON'.— Having ob- 
•erved a communication in your paper from Capt. 
W. F. Davidson, alleging that a sfntement con- 
tained In a certain advertisement bearing my 
signature, to the effbct that tlie time from Chi- 
cago to St. Paul, is the same via Prairie du Chien 
and I^ Crosse, i* an "imposition" ujwn tho pub- 
lic I deem It due to myself and to the line I rep- 
resent, to Klate tho facts in the case definitely. 

I maintain that tho time is /)rrtr/»c/i% the same 
by both lines, as the boats from La Crosse arrive 
at St. I'aul at from seven to ten o'clock in th<- 
evening, and tlioso from Prairie du Chien at from 
ten to two o'clock in the night, passengers by 
the latter boats remaining on board undisturbed, 
until morning. 

The limits of an ordinary advertisement, such 
as the one referred, will not admit of the state* 
ment of circumstances at length; tlieymu«t bo 
stated briefly, in general terras, and I submit to 
tho Judgment of the traveling public, whether 
there is any "lmpo8ltio»i"in tho statement re- 
ferred to. 

Respcctfhlly Yours, 

E. P. BACON, 
Oen'l Ticket Agent M. fc Prairie duShien R. R. 

St. Paul, May II, '6.1. 

— »#■■ 

EniTOR OK PitKss— Dkau Sir : — With 

your permission 1 wish to say to the readers 
of your paper that I will send by return mall to 
all who wish it, (free,) a Recipe witii full direc- 
tions for making and ui>ing a simple Vegetable 
Balm, that will effectually remove, in 10 days. 
Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, and all Imnurl- 
ties of the ikin, leaving the same sofl, clear, 
smootli and beautiful. „ ,.„ ^ 

I will al«o mail fie«» to those having Bald Heads 
or Hare Faces, Hiinple directions and information 
that will eiiBl)le them to start a full growth ol 
Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a Moustache, in 
le^d than .TO days. All applications answered by 
return mail without charge. 

""••"X^ffl:!;"? CHAPMAN. 
Chemist. 
Juld4wta No. 801 Broadwajr, New York. 




TT E N R Y 



2kl c K E N T 1 



PKAI.ER IN 

ESTATE, 

SAINf PAUL, .MINNESOTA. 
t^ Will also locate Land, Warrants and sei 
l^eal K-itate (»ii ('omniiosiiiii. tinS-ilXiWly 

BROAD ACRES! 



»«0 ACRES of land from :'. to l-» miles ol 
ST. PAUL, will bo sold iu tracts of 40 acres, SO, 
l'.JO, 100 and 240. The soil is a rich loam, with 
wood and water. Terms part cash, and the bal- 
anc<*, if desired, on long time. 

HENRY McKENTY, 



8t. Paul, .TuuH fi, 



Dealer in Real Estate. 
Igrvt.— d&wc.m. 



F 



OR SALE. 



100 acres in Rose town, adjoining the i-chool 
section, the followin>? d<',«cribed land : N. W . U 
section ,:i, to«n Lll, Kaiige ^5; aliout tiliy acren 
umli'r cultivation, some iiiipiovemeiit, nil fenced, 
and a good well on the preini-es. Will be j^old in 
:i bod\ or in lots of forty or eighty acre.x, one- 
fourth ca.»h, the balance in three yearly pjiynients, 
at seven per Cfu'. per uniiuiu. Title perfect; 
posses^sioii given alter harvest. 

.Mso : The undivided .\. ,', of N. E. ', of sec 
tiou I'S, I'own .".», I.'ange •,':!, on the r(>a<l to Lake 
.lohannah, about three miles frmi M. Paul. 

Enquire of .1. P. THO.Ml'sOX, 

At NiclioU, Deau & Co. 
July Udlm. 



O B E R T P 



LEWIS 

LAW 



R 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT 
St. Paixl, IMinnesota, 
Office orrTtiird-st., Roger^s Block, near ttie Bridge, 
Also Br.\nch Agent of 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Uarvey, 
Collins & Brace. 

Claims presented and prosecuted before Con- 
gress, Ceurt of Claims and the Departments at 
Washington City. Special attention paid to secu- 
ring Soldii-r's Pensions,- Bounties, ^iack Pay, &c. 

»#- Advice given soldiers and their friends b} 
letter or at tlie olBce, without charg«>. 

o6-d tw&wly 

/CURTICE & IIALSTED, 

CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND 
Ileal Estate Aareiits, 

Office in M(tclcuhiii\'< lilock, WashUigton Street, 

between 'Ihird and Fovrth-st^.., 
Will promptlv attend toanyrrofetssional business 
entru.«ted to them. From a long re. idence here 
and a thorough knowledg" of the diilVreiit sur 
vevs both in the Cit> and country, we have great 
facilttie- for executing our work with correctness 
and dispatch. Lan ' bought and sold. CollectioiiS 
made-. Taxespaidfor nou-resideutsat the lowest 
rates. 

N. B.— Drawing Instrunentsand Paper for sale. 
D. L. CruTicn;. ap'.«-.3m John T. HalstkP. 



DRINCE & CO'S. 

IMPROVED 
\V aRRANTKD for five YEARS. 



The oldest establishment in the United .States, 
employing -'Od mea, and tiuishiug eighty in.stru- 
ments'per week. 

MANITKACTOI'.V COKNKR OF MAKYLANO ASP 
NIAGARA STRKKTS, 

OXJFFykLO, IV. Y. 

WHOLESALE DEPOTS. 

47 Fulton street..... New York 

lyi I..akc street Chicago 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. 

Henry Tollman & Co Boston, Mas; 

W. F. Colburn Cincinnati, J 

Bahner & Weber .St. Louis, Mo 

James Bellak, Philadelphia 

A . Cou se Det roi t , M id. 

i'li. P. Werlidn New Orleans 

A. & S. Nordhelmer Toronto C. W 



Persons u'i'.acq>iainted with the Melodeon and 
it'* history, will Dear in mind that we are the pio- 
neers and leading manufacturers, not only In the 
I'nited.^lafeH, but in the world. AVe commenced 
the manufacture of Melodeons in the fall of the 
year IMT, and since that time have finished and 
sold TWENTY-SEVEN THO t SAND. These 
instruments are now in use not only in the Uni- 
ted .states and Canada, but nl«o In Europe, Asia, 
Africi, South America and the West Indl's, and 
fro'»< ai these quarters we have the most flatter- 
nig testimonials of the high estimation in which 
they :in> held. 

AT ALL IXDr.STRlAL EXH^^rxiONS TUEY 

HAVE IXVAKIAI5LY BKEN AWAKDED 

TlIK HIGHEST PKIC.MIUM WHIC.V- 

KVKR EXIilBITEl) IN COMPK- ' 

TITION WITH OTHERS. 

We shall fake pleasure in forwanling bv mail 
(at our own expf^nse) our Illustrated Catalogue, 
in which everv instrument we manufacture is 
fully described "and iilustrate«l by elegant engrav- 
ings. 

Ail Jlelcleons of our manufacture^ either sold 
by us or dealers in any part of the I nited States 
or Canada, are warranted f o be perfect in every 
respect, and should any repairs l>o necessary l>e- 
fore the expiration of live years from date of sale, 
we ho d ourselves ready snd willing to make the 
same free of chaifje, provided the injury is not 
caused by accident or design. 

Agents for tho sale of our Melodeons may l)e 
found in all the principal towns of the United 
States and Canacla. 

Address either 
GEO. A. PRINCE fc CO., Buffalo, N. Y. 
GEO. A. PRI VCE & CO., ST Fulton-st., N. Y. 
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO., 4.1 I>ake-st., Chicago. 

Or either of the above Wholesale Agents. 

«- For sale by MUNGER BROS., Agents, St. 

Paul. Minnesota. apriO-d&wty'OI 



NOTICE. 



4 UCTION 

v\ e are prepared to do a commission and Auc- 
tion Business on the most reasonable terms, and 
make cash advances on goods. Auction sales 
cverv evening, and special sales at 10 A. M. 
' H. E. BAKER & CO., 

Auctioneers, 
Third-it., second door from tha Merchants' 
jyaj Hotel, St. Paul. 



Oomei* Tliircl and 

January 11, l«tf:j.— ly. 



mylf> 



SAINT PAUL AND PACIFIC 

SXJjVIjVIER ^KKA.I\OE]VIE>sT. 

t)nand after MONDAY, JUNE 15tb, Passenger Trains will run as foUaws : 



Leave St. Paul. 


Arrive at St. Anthony. 


Leave St. Anthony. 


Arrive at St. Pau: 


.'):45 A. M. 


6:20 A. M. 


8 :00 A. M. 


8:85 A. M. 


llr.SO A. M. 


12:05 M. 


2:00 P. M. 


2:35 p. M. 


6:00 P. M. 


0:35 P. M. 


C :00 P. M. 


6:85 p. M. 



apl8 tf 



Grenei*al Supeirintencleut. 




THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

FOR THE TREATMENT OF 

VE:^rERE^4LL DISEASES, 

AND 

All Affections of the Urinary and (lenerativp 

Organs, \c^ &'c. 

1 his Institution was organized under a special charter in 1850. The method of treatment adopted 
Is the same as that eniploxed in the best French, Englisli and American hospitals. The afteniiirg 
physician is a regular graduate of the Coliegii Hfedici ohioeiisiii. Without degrading it into empyri- 
cisin, a- i" pimticed l)y adveitising quacks, "former sufferers," and "benevolent associations, ' he, 
like Ricord, t'iviale, Vidal, Bumstead, Acc, has made this branch of Surgery a speciality Curing the 
past ten years, and is prepared to give patients as good treatment as they could obtain in Eastern 
Cities. 

The office is arranged in separate apartments, so that those who desire can consult the doctor with 
the utmost privacv. The Institute is provided with a Spirom<ter for measuring the Vital capacity, and 
Prof. i*c\\r*ibfr'i> Ponfft/miiastilon for developing ilie muscular system in Seminal W«'ukniss and 
other wasting diseases ; al: o an improved apparatus ami all the appliances for administering dedica- 
ted Fvmiqation I'.nths, now so celebrated iu Europe for the curt' of Syphilitic diseases. 

Vriiile 1 prescribe for a'l kinds of diseases, attention is given more sj>ecially to the following : — 
.<vphilis, in all its stages; Gmorrhoea; Gleet; .•'Stricture; Affections ol tue Kidneys, Bladd«'r, 4;c. ; 
Hvdrocele, or Dropsy of the .<crotum, Varicoc-Ie, and other diseases of the Testicles anl Cord; 
Rheuma ism. Piles. Fistula, and Diseases of the Rectum and Anus; and all complaints pecnliar to 
Females. Also, ^pcrmatorrha-a, or .9fm/nn? WeaJcneis, for which our treatment is now admitted to 
be even more successful than that of Lallemand, of Moutpelier. 

PATIENTS AT A DISTANCE — Treated by correspondence, and Medicines sent under seal to cure 
any case at home. Full particulars furnished on application by letter. 

.JisT PlisLisiiKD— The -tnh edition of our Med'cal y?Ci>or/, containing 70 pages and numeious 
engravings, treating on Ihe above diseases ; sent to any address on receipt of price, 15 ct». AUo,. in 
pri'-is, and nearlv r ady, the Und edition of our large work on Venereal .surgery. 

aa-otlice in Concert Hall Block, near the Post Office. Cousahations can be had ft-om P a.m. to I 
Sundavs y to 10 A. M. All letters should be directed to 



P. M. 



jy- 



THE GALENIC IN'STITLTE, 

(Box 1^9,) Saint Paul, Minnfscta. 



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A~R P E T S r~ 



STRONG'S CARPET HALL, 

225 Third Street, Rogers* Block 

will be found a large assortment of 

Carpets,Oil Cloths, Mattings, 

Cl'RTAIN AND SHADE MATERIALS, 

MATTRESSK^, FKaTHERS, WALL PAPER, &C., &C 

New Goods constantly arriving and sold as 

low as the lowest. 

VPnOLSTKRIKG DOSE TO OM>ER. 

marl2-ly M. O. STKOXC 

TTATCH'S BATTALION! 

RECRUITS WANTED. 

8^40 lEiovuaty Z 

TRANSPORTATION AND BOAR 
WILL BE PAID. 

The men will bo enlisted for three years or 
during tho Indian War on our Irontier. This 
enhsf ment avoids the draft, which should be a 
great inducement to those subject to the same 
Apply to A. T. CHAMBLIN, 

Corner of Seventh and Jackson-sts., 

jei5-tf St. Paul. 



F. 



C. LIGHTE & CO. 



(Late Lighte & Bradbnrys,) 

Piano- Forte Manufacturers, 

421 Brooni«>8*., Bi«w York, 

SIXOXD BLOCti. EAST OF BROADWAY 
Mr. F. C. LU.HTE, the original founder of this 
well-ktiown Kstablishment, Senior Partner, and 
only I'racticul i'iatw- Forte Maker of the late 
linn of " Lighte & Bradburys," having retained 
his Two-Thirds interest in the whole busiuess 
stock, materials, &c., and Solo Proprietorship in 
his I V(/j/<ffc/c /V//C/I/.S, inclusive of his celebr»'_<l 
PATENT INSL'LATED IKOX FRA.MES. is tM 
onlv one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANv/- 
FORTES for which this house has b«>en so popu- 
lar. «»- All infringements on his rights will be 
prosecuted according to law. 

i»#- All Piano-Fortes from this manufactory are 
warranted perfect in every re.spect for five years. 
Liutct.AL Tkkms to Dkaf.kks. 

F. C. LIGHTE & CO., 

Wl Broome-St., New York. 



(^xHtxm. 



AT 



/GROCERIES CHEAP 

WTiolesale and Retail. 

CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 



Having leased the store occupied by L. G. 
son & Co., and purchased their 



John- 



ap58-5m 



IMPLEAIENT 



A GKICULTCRAL 

AGENCY AT HASTINGS. 

CHARLES ETHERIDGE, Agent 

IDE 

McCORSriCK'S REAPER AND 5I0WER, 
Self and Hand Rake, two and four Horse. 
BRADLEY & PITT'S BUFFALO THRESHERS, 
With a measuring attachment, and saves one 

*'*"**■ CHICAGO GRAIN BINDER, 
The only Grain Binder warranted. 

WOOD MILLS, 
Driven by sweep power, complete of itself; or 
diiven bv tread power, or by threshing machine 
power ; for cutting stove wood from the log. 
HUBBARD LIGHT MOWER. 
HORSE HAY RAKES, REVOLVING. 
ONE AND TWO HORSE ENDLESS CHAIN 
OK TREAD POWERS. 
PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAW-MILL, 
For cutting cord wood. 
All articles sold bv me are warranted. Ingul 
rics by mail will receive prompt attention. Vox 
terms', prices and circulars, apply to 

CIIAni.EK» ETHERKD^Kf 
apl9-l8md&twlm H 4 STINGS, MIN. 



StcKsls: or Grroceries, 

May be found at 

220 Third Street, ttco doors aborc tht Xorth 
Western Express 0^iiC4, 

Where they will sell 

OliOCEPtlES 

AT VERY LOW FIGURES, 
FOR THE NEXT TEIlill DATS. 

Ve wish to dose out this stock ei tirely as we 
propose to 

CHANGE THE BUSINESS. 

and open a 

Paper and Stationery Store 

in connection with our 

Paper M:ill at St. Anthony. 

«-AU kinds of WRAPPING PAPER for 
sale, and tlie highest price paid In cash for rag». 
ro!>es and oH printed papers. jyl5-tf 



GEO. E. SCHNABEL. 

In Maffets Castle, comer Jackson and Fourth 
street, 

DEALKP. IN 

GROCERIES, GR.UN AND PROVISIONS, 

Keeps constantly on hand the choicest Brans ol 
Flour, Nice I^af l^rd, Lamb's sujear Cured 
Hams, and Dried Beef, Com, torn ileal, Oats 
and Bran. , 

He has made arrangement' to receive, two or 
three limes a week, from th" country, the choic- 
est Roll Butter. , . ,, . , 

Goods delivered to all parts of the dty. J[f^ »» 
charge. 



mar'iftf. 



rpENTS TO HIRE. 

Hunting, Fisfclng and Excursion Parties sup- 
plied with TENTS at reasonable rates. 
C. W. WOOLLKY, 
Corner Sibley and Third StreeU. 
St. Paul, July 22d, 1M3.-1W 



wmm 



T WATSON WEBB, Jr., 

* Successor to WALTER W. WEBB, 

WHOLEALE DKALER IX 

Foreign Vines, Brandies, 

OI N S , &X5. 

Cognac Brandy, 

Rochelle Brandr, 

Jamacia and St. Croix Rum, 
Holland Gin, 

Scotch Whiskey, 

Fine Old Bourbon Whlskej. 
Kye and Honongahela Wbi^k•.| , 
Old Vueens »'ort, 
Burgundy Port, 
Kne Old Sherrv Wine, 
Madeira Wine, 
6cot«h Ale, 
London Porter, 
Catwba Brandy. ^ ^^„. ^ ^ ^ 
Week's. Sparkling and Pti CaUwba, 

Drake » t'atawbi and Plantation Bitters, 

Having; connecf.a Rectifying with my business 

I am prepartHl to furnish Common and low 

priced Rye and Bourbon Whiskies at th<! lowect 

cash prioes. 

my l» J. WATSON WEBB, Jr. 

IJ~C T 1 O N . 

A sale of State property will take place at ttafl 
Stable on FAgle-st., on Saturdav, August the 1st. 
of Horses, and one of Easterly's Reapers. Sal* 
to commence at two o'clock F. M. 
By order of the Adjutant General. 

M. BALDWIN, Agent lor State. 
LANGLET k TEMPLE, Ancuoneer. 

jTM-td 



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§t^ (tymi^* 



ASK 3T1LL OKKKBISO 

fHK GKE.VTEST IXDUCKMEXTS IN THE 

DR¥ (iOODS xlIAKKKT. 

Our vtock or 

DRESS GOODS 

IS rilK MOST ATrUACTIVK IN TlIK CITY, 

ComprUlnK all the 

r^ATEST STVLKS 

)F EXCILISH AND FRKXCH 

»'oi>»ted. Croocl«, 

In Chpck!!, Strip«<!». KUure*. auit PUiu, 

USIJX AN'l) CHAD! DELAINES. 

Lnwiis ami Orijantlips, \e., 

WUlcU \vc »rp soiling at 
W«» h«vo A splomlid Un»> of 

|{ra(llp)*s iiiirivallnl Hoop Skirts, 

Ki>r l.adien, Mi-iso? ami ChiMri'n ; 

;* I'h I mi . 1 .\7> .S VMMK H 
H ^V X^ >I O H A. L. H , 

WMcU wi- aakt' a sp.'clalty of, alwa>c< koi'iiinp a 
han<t4onio as^ortnw'nt. 

1 11 S U Jt \V 1 H 9 

W»' c*n suit t»u' mo»t fa-»tUlion<, In (jjaUiN , pat- 

t«rn and pHoe, havinna Loautiful a-«.*«>rt- 

mout of 

CHECKS. STRIPES, AND STELLA 

In t\x>' Miildl-MPX, PeaceOah", and Scotch. 

\Vt» havf the 

CHKAI'LST AND BK.ST LIXE OK 

EMBROID E lUES, 

IN COLLARS, BANDS & SETS. 

Also 

LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. HOSIEKY. 
GLOVES, &c., &c. 

TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS, 

We would say that we have a larg<* slock of 

DOMESTICS, in DENIMS. STKIl'ES, SHEET- 

INKS. PRINTS and COTTOVADES, &C., 
Which we will sill at a 

On prf-i>'<»t New York prieos for CASH. 

Hogran «fc Oamp, 

ftp30-tf 1*'-I Third-st 



jyTERCIlANTS' DISTATCH 
f UMt Froltflit Lluo. 

OWMKOANU MANAOKDBT 

iVRIKlilC^VK^ KXPWKSS CO. 

All ovcrcharK«'n iiettl»'d by J. C, * H. C, Bur- 
bank & Co., AiJi'ut >. 
New York ofUw, IW Murray street, 
Boston office, 6* Washlnxton street, 
mar .'Vdly _____ 

K E(;S SlMiAR HOUSE, (JUl.- 

di'U i\ad Aiiibre, n clioitv ariiclM, at 
J, C. & H. C. lit UHAKN Jfc Co.'a 



100 



WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 
larv'«^' liupply of Wkstkun ItKSKiiVk 
•JKEK.sH, Wiiich Wf tiVier low for >-u<h. 
)e8 J. C. vV U. C. lil KllANK & CO. 

ALAlKJE^rocic OF FINE LI 
quorx and I i){:irK, which WP otior at price* 
ihui will iiMurc uui.'k Milcit, at 

j.c. * (I.e. i;l'kma\k &Co.'» 



*_>/\/^\ BBLS. ASSORTED WliiS^ 
Ov/ v/ k.'v, for solo at 

J. C. * II. C. KL'UUANK & Co.'» 

W HOLE. HALF AN 1 ) QUAR 

t;'r l(OXt'> i:alsii:i<, crop of iNi , ut 
J. C. &. 11. C. ULUllAMv it Co.'a 

^(\ RuTsTsrU ART'S HEST HUX 

^V/ t»y .^yrup, a choioc ;iriU'U', for talilc U!«' at 
J. C. .t H. C. itUKUA.NK & Co.'s. 



freight & (^xfm^. 



iVlt fIL m^. 



■MnttKMM 



MMRCHANI'S' dispatci 



ir>VSX FREIGHT LIlVl 

OWNKI> ANU MANAQUU UY TIIK 

Amorican Expires 
Coinpan^^. | 



300 



I-r/A ROXES W. R. CHEESE; A 
O v/ prii:i.' nrticli', !.t ii'W ll>;urf.-, ;it 

J.C. & 11. C. UtUbAMv ^Co.'a 



50 



ORAXrS PATENT FAXXLNC, 

ililU for i»«li' at mumiractnrfrV pric»M, ai 
J. C. & II. C. BCKIiA.NK & Co.'« 



1 O -r; P A C K A ( ; E S ASSl ) RT E i 

■ urnmiti aiul I itroii. all now crop, for cbIk ai 
uricc'ti to Huit the flniO''. 

J.C. U II. l\ miKllANK h Co.'a 

Xrou WhTl find ONE OF Till 

A Uir>:i>sl ami I) - 1 .-.'l-crt d .'tockstof (Jrocor 
;i» in till' W*'.":. at th<' wai •Kims.' of 
dfc H» J. C. & II. <". lU-'KUANK k Co. 



> R INTERS' I N K S 



t 



A.'! .-ort-!, kii d», and colon*, from the c'Ift>rat»v 
■uauutactor) of J. E. Uade, Now York, formal' 
U maaufai.tiirt'r'.H prlct's, by 

d. ol: J. C. Hi, 11. r. blKUANK & CO. 

io7)| HONKS ASSORTED TO 

■jrauu.-', ■;t 



baoi«, coniprl-'ing all thf favorit 
J, C. * H.C'. KirjtllANJv & Co> 

.=vT^^^^-i''^' DUBOIS i;est (\\si 

Xx"" : u\>j t25 Uoxct- astiorti'd Hluod Tack>, lir-' 
lualitv, ut 

J. C. 4 H. C. BL'KBANK & Co.'« 



RECEIVED t)N COXSIONMENI. 

Xki t.iixt p 'I M>- I>iui:'.: f'K.vrm s, and 7,'iO 

I'lavps l)Kr/.i- Ai'VLKs, lo Ix? sold low for cuMh 

myUtf J.C. lU IMIANK i CO. 

rip 0~MY~ FRIENDS & PATRONS 



ITaviug cnsraffod aiy 8orvic<'s to the Messrs. J. 
0. «c H. ?'. i;'irbank \' Co., corni>r L«>vt»»« and .Sib- 
ley -itretts, i inay be f )iind hi tlit> WliuloHulo (jro- 
oe'rv D"i>.Hrtm*'nt, wlH'r** it wlllaiford uie pl-'aouw 
to .''.M' Mi> o'd cir-'tiiin'Tt' oni'o more. 

\» •• shal! havf atai^oauii v,i'!l soloctod 8toc^ 
of jroofl*, us!ial!y k«'|-t in ourlinc, on hand, whicl 
I ri'sp-'Otfully a.-k you to oxaiiiiiii- bcfort' purclia? 
■ n-r els"wb>Te. I hopi^ to m»>rit for tin* hoimei 
(;ortio<i 3f li-a.-t of t'lat patronajj-' you L.-'.vh h^r<'- 
'■"iorp *<> ntw»rally bpntow*'!! iii)i n rr>"> 

rourS A. L. f.AKPENTEUR. 

"^1^ BARRELS 
— nr — 
C .A. K B O IV O I JL. . 

ALSO A QUANTITY Of 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

Vr,r •ale hv 1. C. fc H. fl.Br RRANK k Co. 



POR 



THE CARS. 



GArmcAJEtT sc oo- 

AT THEIR OLD STORE. 
Thii-a Street. Sit« Ptiul, 

Are In receipt of their 

Spring Slock of Dry Goods 

We have a large and beautiful asaortmentof 

ORESS G^OODS. 

Which we would invito the I^idles special atten- 
tion to. 
We would invite Merchant Tailors to call an 
examine our ;)iock of 

Cloths and Fancy Cassimeres 

Which is verv larj?e an I desirable ; we are selling 
low. To M.'rchants from the Country, we pro- 
pose to job (;ood*at chicagoor Mlwaukee prlc>-» 
— frt'lirht added. Call and examine before buying, 
mari-dfcwiy CATHCAlIf & CO. 



TUST RECEIVED. 

A NEW LOT OF 

LINEN tMJATS, 

VLAIN LINEN DRILL 
PANTS, 

AND A FINK LOT OF FIOCUKD 

TVIA-RSEILE-S VESTS, 
All of which we are prepared to sell at 

REDUCED PRICES. 

W. M. TEIMI»1-.E, 
my30-tf TIimn-MtT. 



Our Omnibu'»'<e'» will run to and from the prin 
cipnl Hoti-I.-* and Boats in counpction with tlie 
rralns of tlio 

ST, PAUL AND PACIFIC KAILROAD. 

Passengers and baggage will be called for in 
an w<'r to oriii r.-i Iftt ai the AniiTiuaii, Intorna- 
don land ^(Mrcli:iiits,orat oiirolhce. 

\v^ .I .e. It iJ It HANK & CO. 

Tj^XPUESS NOTICE. 

We are now running Messengers to 
SI. ANTONY AND MINNEAFOUS 

T>vice r>nil.v, 

L'»arlng St. Paul at U.30 A. ^f. and « P. M.; re- 
turning arrive at 8.35 A. M. nnd!>..10 r. M. Pack 
agr>s weighing 50 lbs. or less, and not excepdiuK 
ijO in value will b" carried for TKN < kxt3, and 
d>'l-ven'd at o.kiiPi's doors, rarticiilar attfiitlni 
will b.? pail to rilling orders. Purchases will t.o 
mnde at best rntes obtainable ana no ciiargcmad*' 
for <ucli Hori i'-cs. 

Express matter for St. C'oud and all interme 
diato pohus wll! leave -it. Paul, Mondays at 5.45 
A. M. and Tuesdays and ThursrtaN « nt 5.00 P. M. 

Jelfi-tf J. C. BCKJIANK * CO. 



On and after this dale, by special arrangcme 

The Merchauts' Dispatch 

Will receive anil forward from thli city to > 
Vork and Boston fndghts rei|uiring nuick 
traus|>ortation,ut 

ILiO>vei* Ttates and. i 
X3ettei* Time, 

Than can h" obtained by any other route or c 
veyauoo except the regular E-vpn'ss, by 

pas->enger train ■!. i 



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TIMK GUARANTKi:: 



All shipments recelvi-d rt dior of .-hippi run 
livered at df-tiiiation 

Fi{i:h; ()!• c.Ain'.Kii' 



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rii.' \»idl known repiitalion of this Line in h 
]>orling Westward bound bu.«iness, dnriti; ^. 
tin- la-^t t>'n vear>. will N- 



A SUFFICIEXT'GUAU VNTE 

That nil contracts mnili by It, will »h> f«ifl< 
carrli'il out. 



f 



The Merchants' Dispatj 

Is a!!<o pp'pared to offer Increased facilltfe*, •■>.» 
in time and rates, for 

WESTWARD P.orXD P.USINFSS. 

Oiir fn'lg1it> jir.' trinsported by LinigraBt and 

fa«t Friig'it rxiu-H^s trains, and handlitd by 

our own meu at uil poiius of transfer. 

Cl«liu« fur ftiOHAe* mii«I IkMiiiMir*** Mill 

!*«• proiiipti^ M«liusto«l ut tItH 

Ottit*'. 

For rates or fur«h<*r iuforraatioa io'inlre of 

J. C. A H. C. BURBANK & C(\, 

Agents. 
St. Paul, June ISth, \fC<i. jeiv»-:jm 



L863. 



1803. 



1863. 



Siiiiiiitoi* A.r'VJiiifjfcmeiit. 

MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

OAURYI^O THB 

MORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AXDTHS 

Uuitea Stnte«« 31ail. 



itry 

king 

ill* kwi^ aiiivii wiia tho Rotating 
Hook. 

Aro profitable aud available ftpife 
time. 

Equal to ten seamstresses. 

An annual dividend of lOO to 600 
per ceat. ^on their cost) may be obtaiaed in 
use— by their possessor. 

The Class Cloth-Presser, (bo popu* 
lar,) can only be had witl^tbcdo Machines. 
»'. .n. jroiuvNOX, it(r«nf, 

jyll ■,•«! Third street, St. Paul. 



Tho roads are weK stocked with first clas» 
lorses. Concord Coaches, with careful and expe- 
rienced drivers, all under the control of compe- 
'«ut ageui9. 



HCHKDUUK OF TJK.PARTfKKS FROM SAIJfT PAtTL 

For Stillwater— Di.«ily at 8 A. m. 

For Shakopee, Joidon, St. Lawrence, Bell* 
flaiii, Hendt'rson, Le .Sueur, Ottawa, Travt- rsp rt« 
■doux, St. Peter and Mankato — Daily at 4 o'clock 

For Kosemount, Cnstle liock, Northfield, Can 
lor rity, Faribault, Mcdford, Clinton Falls au' 
Dwatonna, coiin"ctiii;; at Owatonna, for Wilto 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Agency and Mankato 
Vli'o for Kice Lake, Ciaremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, KochesUr, ChaiUeld.and Winona— Dail) 

it 4 .V. .M. 

For Industriann, Anoka, Orono, Orlanda 
Monticello, Clearwater, tSt. Auj^neta aud Si, 

loud — Daily, at 5 A. M. 

ForSauk ICapids, Bi-lle Prairie, F'ort Ripley ane 
Crow Wing— Mondays, Wednesdays and F i 
lay« at 5 o'clock a.m. 

For Richmond, ."Sank Centre, Alexandria 
Chippewa, Ponime de Terre, Brockinridge, Fort 
Vbercroiubie Mondays and Thursdays at 5 
i'clock A. -M. 

For Sunrise, with connodlors for Superioi 
ind Bayii<dd— Momiays Wednesdays and Fii 
lavs, at 7 o'clck A . M. 

For further particulars in<)»ir«at the General 
)Viw on lliird Str.'et. 

J. C. B»:;-iBANK &CO. 

np21-rtly Proprietors 



il}\\\\$ & |MotaK 



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^Y'"J'rC"'^^^'S HOTEL. 

Funrth-St., between Robert and Jackson, 
bT. PAUL, SIINNE.SOTA. 

E. li. WHITCHER, - • - 1'ropuietor. 

The above house having recentiv boen opened 
and thoroughly renovated and nMumlshed, the 
Proprietor v.ould respectfully solicit a sharo ol 
the public patronage. AirOootl Stabling anti 
careliit Hostlers in attendance. lyioif 



TTERNDON HOUSE, 

Corner of Third and Vermillion Streets, 

HASTINGS," - - - MINNESOTA. 

Late of the Merchants^ llott.l, nt St. Paul, 

PROPRIETOR. 

mr Passengers conveyed to and from tho 
Boats free. JelU-3m 



Tg REMINGTON & SONS, 

Manufacturers ot 

Rifles, Muskets and Army 
and Navy Revolvers 

ForthP U. S. (lovernment. 

W(> al.^o manufacture a variety of 

POCKET PISTOLS, 

Of approved patterns, for both Ordinary and Fix- 
"d Ammunition, tog.thi'r wiih Rifle "and ><hot- 
Oun ISnrnds, Gun Locks, Mountings, aud Gun 
Materials (ienendly. 

flf^ Prici" lists and Circulars furnished on aiv 
plication. Address 

E. llE.m.'VCTO.ir 4k AO!VM, 
Jt» 14-3ni * Ilion, V_Y. 

Q.UNS AND PISTOLS. 

~w^>j. c>OLOlFIIl:p^, 

Tlurd Street. St. Paul, 

Calls the attcnMon of .Military and Sportirg 
Classes, to his large and wdl Velcctiil stock ot 

.snorcaiN.s, wk.>.>o.\.> & itAi.i.Aui) iiakt- 

UllKiE UIFLE..S.Mrni & ^VK.s.^M^^', COLT'S 
and otlitTs' make of PISTOLS, x-c. 

A large stock of Fishing Tackle of all descrip- 
tions. 

I- iiii' laminated steel barrel Shot Guns, made 
to O'-der. 
*** Kepairing promptly attended to. 
POWlJEi:, SHOT aud CAPS, for sale. 

mv3l.:mi 



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ANTE D ! 



A Girl to Cook, Wash, &c., la a small famliy. 
Nane but a competent person need apply to 

W. S. COMBS, 

BOOKSTORE, 

In the 



jan23 



PO'ST OFFICE BUILDING. 



E 



STABLISHED 176 0. 



r»OIlTI«,AI TH. 



T 



EMPERANCE HOUSE. 



JOHN BURXHAM.Pronrictor, would respect- 
fully announcf to the traveling public that he has 
opened the new and commodious building on the 
corner of Jacksor and Fourth streets, fe>r the ac- 
"commodatlon of travelers, where ho will be hap- 
py »o see his old friends, and all others who may 
favor him with their p;itronage. The house is 
only two blocks from the steamboat landing and 
raltroad d^pot. Baggage •■ m bo carried from and 
to the boats /ree o/ charge, lable supplied with 
the best the market affords. Good stabling at- 
tached to the premises. 

St. Paul, April 9,1363. aplMy 



B. P. BAUTLETT, Irtist, 

From NEW YOKK CITV, Is now prepared to 

P^VIIVT PORTRAITS, 

luandscapes, &c. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

49" Uc will also give lestons in Drawing and 
Oil Painting, at Ids Studio, over Hunger's 3Iu8ic 
Store, Concert Hall Block, .St. Paul, Slinnesota. 

jyl9-tf • 



Xy I L L I A M D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
RF.FKKBKNCKS: 

Hon. George Opdvke, New York City 

John CI. Tread well, Albany, New Yoik 

Ho;i. Amos Dean, L. L. D.,....Albany, New Yoik 

Hon. K. A. Law,.... Chicago, Il.g 

Oo >. S. Blanchard, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cbise. .McKinnoy and Moors Boston 

lelloaolliB&wlv w 



I*etei» Lorillai'd, 

Sniiff and Tobacco Manufacturer, 

lO anil \n ChMmberM-Ht.. 

(Formerly 4-' Chambers Street, New York,) 

Would call the attention of Deah-rstothc articles 
ol hii< manufacture, vi;: : 

BROWN SNUFF. 

Macaboy, Demigros, 

Fine Rappee, |'„re V irginia, 

Coarse iupp.'c, Nachitoches, 

American Gentleman, CoiKMiliagen. 

YELLOW SNUFF. 

Scotch, Honey I>ew .ScotcJi, 

High Toast .Scotch, Fresh Honey l>iw Scotch, 
Irihh High Toast, or Lundyfoot, 
Fresh Scotch. 
4^ Attention is called to the large reduction 
In prices of Fine-fut Chewing and .smoking To- 
baccos, which will be found of a superior quality. 

TOBACCO. 

FINE CUT CIIEWING.-P. A. L., or plain: 
Cavendish, or .'«weet; Sweet .Scented Oronoco ; 
Tin Foil Cavendish. 

SMOKING.— Long; No. 1; No. 2; No.. 1 and!i 
mixed; Granulated; S. Jago; .Spanish; Canas- 
ter; Turkish. 

N. B.— A circular of prices will be sent on ap- 
lication. marl5-ly 



^n\\h\% 




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DENTISTRY. 

DR. G. A. BOWMAN. 



1^ L O R E N C E SEWING 
MACIIINK AOKNCV, 

Directly opposite Stees' Furniture Store, 

Tlilvcl Sti-cet, 

JIakes Kurit i>istinct s rixrHKS on one and the 
same machine, all of which make the seam alike 
on botli sides of the fabric. 

It combines all the good <<ualitie« o*" other first 
class .Machines, and possesses man\ advantages 
over any and all id' them. 

It is the motit simple and pekfkct in its con- 
struction of 

ANY YET OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

No Machine covers so great a range of work. 

43- It scir.t ,«i,r or Eitjht thicKntsses of full 
CU'tk ilotni to the Jinest fabric, with equal' facili- 
ty, icithottt chnnffC of tension. 

FEEDS TO THE RIGHT OR LEFT. 

No difficulty experienc'^d in sewing across thick 
seam. 

Kuns more quiet than anv other Machine. 

They are the FASTEST SEWEKS In the 
WORI.D. 

A child o' ten years can 

ADJUST THE NEEDLE, 

As easily as an experienced operator. 

They give universal satisfaction whereveruscd. 

I he most iuexperlenced can work them per- 
fectly and with ea.^e. 

They range in price from $53 to $115. 

«- EVERY MACBINE W^ARRANTED..^^ 
Uemmers and all necessary tools included. 
O. W. BAI'COCK, Agent. 

jvl5 cor. .Id and .Minnesota sts.. St. Paul. 



piMtllatudttis. 



F 



LOUR. 

▲t Wholesale and Retail. 

Extra and Double Extra, 

Hade from SELECTED CLUB WHEAT, 
AT THB 



Oannon Falls Mlills, 

SUPKRIOR TO ANY OTHER BRAND IN 

THIS MARKET. 

Also, FEED for sale at the 

FLOUR AVAREHOUSE 
ov 

c. m:. broom:e, 

Third-st., between Jacksonand Robert-sta. 
Jan.11-Lf , 



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W . W O O L L E T , 




DEISTTAL ROOMS IIST 
Winwlo-w Houi«c, - 

OFFICE HOLK.S VRUM 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M. 
Je4-(>in H(. Anthony, MIn. 




DR. DeMONTREVILLE, 



!•■••• 



DENTIST, 
(Office in French's Block,) 
Third Ntrert, nrur (he Poat Oflc«, 

SAINT PAUL lHAXtESOTA 

tan'.fl»-ly 

DENTIST, 

I Ingersoll's Block, Bridge Square, St. Paul. 
; 49- Teetn inserted in tho oest stylo on Gold, 
' Silver and Vulcaolta. Je9 



LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL. 
FORWABDINO 

AND 

Commission ]M[eiroliant, 

DEALKR IN GK0CXIUK8 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, &€., fcC, AC. 

AXU 
AGENT FOR THE 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 
CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul. 
Boston, New England, Montreal, New York ana 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
favonible terms. 
Mark packageii, "C. W. WOOLLEY, 

St. Paul, 
janl-dly For -■ 

^ POLLOCK, 

iir> I) O N A L D S O N AND 
O G D E N , 

I>RALBKB IB 

Cliina, Olasei &, Emrthen 
Waro, 

WITH ATT F.SI)LF.88 VARIKTT OF 

Housekeeping Articles. 

It is the design of this House to supply HOUSE 

KEEPERS with every possible want. 
UNION BLOCK, No. 115 Third-st., 

COR. THIRD AND ROBERT-8T8., MIX. 
Je5-dAw 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES. 
SNUFF, Ac. 

F. i;v. TUCHELT, 

AVIiolesale and Retail Dealer In ToImcco, Cicrart. 
&c. Fine Imported Cigars, S-noking and Chew- 
ine Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior to any 
in the city. Sweet Briar Root I'ipes, a largo as- 
borimcnt. F. W. TUcHELT, 

Tliird-st., near Edgerton's Bank, 
my6-lr St. Paul. 

pALMER'S PURE VINEGAR. 

We jivould inform our old patrons and tho pub- 
lic generally, that we are again at our old stand 
on Slbley-st , manufacturing the above celebrated 
Vinegar. Wt< are prepar-d to furuish the trade 
with the rerw ftfs^ quality of Vinegar, at prioet 
as low as cjiii be bought in this or any other mar- 
ket. Orders from the country will receive prompt 
attention. 

Jyl»-3m 0. C. LEWIS A CO. 



a 

DRYGOODS, 

From New York Auction Sales. 

D. W. IISGERSOLL & €0., 

Are Ju^t receiving their third purchase of 
Spring and Summex* 

r> n, Y ooor>s. 

Bought at the recent 
PANIC AUCTION SALES, 

And offer to tiietr old customers great bargains In 

ILtadies' I>ress Gi-oocls, 

AH follows: 
1,000 yards best quality Mozamolque. 
?,000 do striped Lcnas, at 25 cents. 
1,0(X) do Plaid Arsolinas, 3o cents. 

800 do black and white Challies, ."W cents. 
1,<>00 do striped Plaid and Mode. 

COLORED ALPACCA.S AND ORIENTAL 
LUSTRES. 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. 
FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAWNS. 

English k Amerltaii Giiishains. 

ENGLIf^H, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

CALICOES, 

Some as Iot a& 15 ccuts. 

In Fsno' Goods, wo are prepared to offer gre.if 
bargains. 

IL<ad.ie»' Collai^s, 

Embroidered, Linen aud Kufflcd. 

BVREGE AND GRENADINE VEILS. 

CRAPE AND BLACK LACE VEILS. 

Plain and Embroidered Linen and Cambric Hand- 
kerchiefs, from IJ'jCtoifl. 

In Gr loves and Honier^', 

We have every variety, for ladies and genileracn. 
Embroidery Braidii, silk and worsted. 

PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. 

♦' BRADLEY'S " Celebrated HOOP SKIRT. 

In Woollens we have Broadcloths, Cassimeres, 
Ladies' Cloakings, and Men's Wear of a'l kinds. 

Also, Irish Linens, Table Linens, Tabic Covers, 
Oil Cloth Covers, &c. 

We will sell at prices to defy compeition. All 
purchubers of Dry Goods, at wholesale and retail, 
will Cnd this the best place to buy for cash. 

I>. W. Ingrcrsoll &> Co., 

ST. PAUIi. MX^r. 

my26-tf 

TUST RECEIVED BY 
EXPRESS. 

A beautiful lot of 

ALPACCAS & SARATOGA 

PLAIDS, 

ALSO 
A handsome lot of 

HAIR ISTETTS, 
G8-i'enadliie"Vells,&c., 

Which we are offering at 

REi:>UCEr> I»RICES. 

CALL AND SEE THEM. 

At 140 Third Street. 
I-.. C. BURT, 

apl&-:)m AT. PAI7X.. 

GREAT BARGAINS 

AT 

The Cheap Caish Store. 

We will commence this morning selling our stock 
of SUMMER 

DRESS GOODS, 

SUIV rJM:RRElL.I^AS, 
PARASOLS. 

Siimnier Sha.'wls, 

BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, 

BALMORALS, 

COTTONADES AND LIGHT CASSIMERES, 
At greatly 

REDUCED PRICES. 

IF YOU WANT BARGAINS,] 
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. 

Remember the place, 

Ko. 218 Third Street, St. Paul, 

NEXT DOOR TO N. W. EXPRESS OF'FICE, 

H. SNOX TAYLOR. 

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m(iil0 iMttilmiMiis: 



TUSX aECElVED, 

^ A full stock of 

Wagon Wood, Hubs, Spokes, 
FeUoes, &o.. 

Also, GRASS SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS, 

RAKES AND CRADLES. 

A few casks of 

PrrTSBTJRG- COAL. 

Always on hand at lowest prices, Wholesale 
and Retail, Bar Iron, Sheet Iron, Plow Ste^l, 
Spring steel. Cast Steel, Nails, Spikes, Springs, 
Axles, Bolts, Carriage Trimmlng.s, Thimble 
Skeins, Blacksmith's Tools, Chaius, and 

Heavy Rnrd'<i?rare. 

Warehouse 154 Third street, St. Paul. 

.T. B. BRABEJV. 

apl7-ly 

———————— ~ — - ■ ' ■ — ■■r - •• 

1^63. 1S63. 

P. P. HODGES & CO. 

DEALERS nt 

Standard Farm Machinery, 

AT 

Nicola & Deans' Iroc Store, 

Third Street, 

»T. PAUi., Hiinr. 

Agents for Dravley & Pitt's Buffalo Threshing 
Machines. 
" " RusseU & Co's MassiUon Threshing 

Mactilncs. 
" " -Mccormick's Reaper and Mower. 
" " .John H. Mannv'.s Reaper and Mower. 
" " Bickford & Huftman's Grain Drill. 
" " H. A. Pitts & Co'k Chicago Threshing 
Machines. 
Also a general stock of Agricultural Imple- 
ments on hand, to which we Invite the attention 
of farmers and others witching to purciias'-. 
NICOLS Sc DEAN. 
al-Cm P. V. HODGES. 

FAIRBANK'S 

STANDARD 

SCALES 

OF ALL KINDS. 

Also, WarehouseTmcks, I>«ttec 
Pres^eif, &c.,fce. 
FA1RRANKS,GREENLEAF&C0., 
172 Ijika Street, Chicago. Vor sale in .St. Pan), 
by J. C. & H . C. Burbaoic a Co. 
Pe careful t() buy only the genuine. jel4-dwly 



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H . B Y K 11 S , 



SAUNDERS BRO. & CO. 



WHOLMAUC DXALMMM IB 



Boonrs & siios:^. 



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We har« la store and offer to the rrada a rerj 

DESIRABLE and CHOICE STOCK of BOOTS 

AND SHOES of the best stylos, selected aeveral 
months since, before th» late adraao« la gitoAt, 
which w* will aaJi 

LOW FOR CASH 



Short Appromd Credit. 



SAUNDERS, BROTHER fc CO., 
in31-6m 28 Lake Street. 

SPRING TRADE. TO THE MER- 
CHANTS OF THE NORTH-WEST. 

We respectfully invite you to examine onr on*- 

quailed Miscellaneous stock of 

STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, YAN- 
KEE NOTIONS, WOOLEN GOODS, 
HOSIERY, CKOCKERY, CHINA, 
GLASS. CUTLEKY, PLATED 
G<X)DS, ETC.. ETC. 
No house in the country offers better induce, 
ments in goods and prices. We have every facil- 
ity and are prepared to sell the Best Cash Trade 
at a profit below FLastcrn figures. 

4^Special attention paid to all orders accom- 
nied with money or references. 

BOlTESr BROTHKBfl, 

iJMporters aad ^•l»l>«rs. 

Nos. 72, 74 and 7C Lake St.. Chicaco. 
m^1-ly. 

BAGL23 WORKS~~ 



MACTFACTURING COMPANY 



MANIFACTT'KBR AM) OBALRR II» 

roppKR, sny.ET max asd tia' warr 

OPPOSITE TttK BIG ClX>OK, 

JACKSON STREET, St. Paul, Minneiota. 

novl+-d<irw1y 



A 



GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 



SCYTHES, SX4TnS, FORKS, HOES, CUL- 
TI VA TORS AXD PL O IPS. 

CORN PLOWS on band aud for sale at the 
owest market rates, 
jedtf NICOLS, DEAN & CO. 

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 

ir.l GOA- nUGS, SPOKES, BKNTAyV SA W 

KD FELLOES, SHAFTS, tfc, 
All of the very best material, just received and 
ofr sale by 
ap21 ly NICOLS fc DEAN. 

"piONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Pike streets. 
This establishment is now in full operation, an 
Is prepared to furnish all kinds of 

IRON AND BRASS 

CASTINGS, FORGING, tc, 
at the lowest Eastern rates, viz. Heavy Mill cast 
ings. Columns, .Sash weights. Grate Bars, Sleigh 
shoes, fee, three cents per pound. Brass cast- 
ings, Babbit metal, 25 to 30 cents per pound. 
Lathe work $3.00 per day. Particular atteut'.o 
given to Steam Engine arid Boiler work. Thresh 
ing Machine repairing promptly attended to. 

Steam Engines and Boilers, Tlireshing machines, 
new and second handed, for sale or exchange 
very low. 

OILMAN fc BUSHNELL. 
St. Pai'L. July 5th, lSfl2. dly 



iotit$ & Motfi. 



B 



OOTS AND SHOES, 



AT 



NEW YORK PRICES. 

SO per Cent. Saved. 

^ BY 

BUYING YOUR SHOES 

AT 

BROWN'S 

IS^E^^^ STORE, 

113 Third Street, 

One block above the Merchant'! HoteL 
Je5-y 

lyr I L I T A R Y ! 
Ofllcers' Oavalr:r Boots, 
OFFICERS'' RTDINO BOOTS, 
Officers' Zoxxaves, 

AND FOR PRTV^ATES EVERY KIND 
or 

BOOT Ad HHOJE, 

CAN BE FOUND AT 

vrsi. J. sniTH * co.'». 



apLStf 



BOOTH & ©HOES 



AT 



VER Y LOW PRICES, 



AT 



KILPATRICK'Ss 




DO Vr-U MAVT 

STEAM ENG[.\ES OR BOILERS 

PATENT FIRE EVAPORATORS, 
PATENT SUGAR CANE MILLS, 

PATEBTT STEAH COIL EVAPORATORS, 
PATENT STAMP MILLS 

FOB 

PIKE'S PEAK OR LAKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circulars, with cuts and deacriptlons 
prices, fcc.; also, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS 

aaro machisert of all descriptioss, 

Too numerous to mention. 

CHICAGO, • iLLUroM. 

P. W. GATES, President. 

N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. 
mr7-dfcwlv 

-pOSTER & HARDENBURGH, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND 
SAIL MAKERS, 

"Xo. SIT South Water Str««t^ CThitMg; 

Have constantly on band a large astortment of 

]>f anilla A Tarrecl Roi>e, 
r>itchin|{: ICopos, 

Old Canvass, Oakum, Tar, Pitch, 

CHAINS, TACKLE BLOCKS, TENTS, AWN- 

INGS, WAGON COVERS, COTTON 

AND RUSSIA DUCKS, 

FL^IlGtS, &.C,, Ac 

Common and Patent II*iat ^inh^«lB,forbaiId- 

ings, constantly on hand. 
GEO. F. foster. Cjei3-ly) c. m. hardevburoh 



GM<,oo£:iM£:s, 

SHORES & TATOR, 
"Wlkolesale OsrocerSy 

47 South Water Street, 

CEQCAGfO. 



L. SHORES,. 
m3l-0m. 



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..,r. D. TATOB 



njJLLETTE, WHITNEY & CO., 

SUCCSSSOR TO 

Thompson, Whitney Ac Co 

Mannfactarert and Jobbers of 
BOOXS and SHIOKS, 

46 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO, ILL 
We are now reoeirlng a large atock of Good* 

FROK THR. 

BEST MANUFACTORIES IN THE EAST 

and with very large addition to onr 

HOME-MADE CUSTOM WORK 

We are prepared to offer to tho Coantry Trad 
the best assortment of Boota and Sboea 
the citv. 

GILLETTE, WHITNEY k CO. 

T. O. Drawer 186.1. al-6m. 



§^tmxixtut. 



St. Paul. Jane «, 1863. 



e« 



rpAX DEEDS. 

i THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 

Have now on hand the latest and best form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legislature, and In conformity 
with all their requisitions, aud is prepared i>y .iM 

I State authorities 

I Prioe 60 cents per doien, or $3 per buadiM. 



r^ASII! CASH!! CASH!!! 
& cxarrs, » cemts, » cbstts. 

Paidfor good No. 1 Cotton Rags. Fonrcentsfor 
the bent kind of old white paper, and old books 
of ar.T kinf*. aud will scud to any part of the citpr 
for them, if you leave your orders at Davenport b 
Book Store, Putnam's, P. O. Box 1542, or at 

, West's, on Robert street, next to Third. 

1 marHtf J« WEST. 



iMSM^^M^ 



I». W. IVIOMOLS, 

General Insurance Agent. 

OF KEW HA VSN, COSNBCTICUT, 

LORTLLARD, 

METROPOLITAN. 

AND NIAGARA, 

OF SBW YORK CITT. 

IMLarine Iiisii.x*a,iice. 

I»HOEINTX, 

OF BROOKLTX, XKW YORK. 

MUTUAL BENEFIT, 

OF NEWARK, SBW JERSEY. 

OFFICE AT GEO. LITTLE'S BOOK STOB^ 
myfrdly Third street, St. Paol. Mia. 



s 



lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



Ind-einnity can "be had.. 

steps are being taken by the Government te aa- 
oerteKn who have «ttfl\rrea loss in property, and 
the extent of such loss, by tlie late Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have all the neces8aryfor«u,aB4l 
are possessed of superior advantMOi for having 
these claims allowed and settle*! in the shortest 
possible time, and will give special alteration t« 
such aa are plaoed in tbeir handa. 

SMITH k OILMAN, Attomeja^ 

8t.rnil,Sept.M.186t. 



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THE EKROLLVENT IN NEW 
DuniTN. 






u\ wo 



OFriccn<t 

in the VMiiou uftbe city ku.nv n as Nov iniMm. 

of till' omol.ini; ot- 

llvs section coniiMircs 

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ti.'ci-, in tluit looaHtv 

the astrict Ivin.ix bet^vecn Jnc-kvon s.rcct an. 

p , ., i,.;,«-..,„i h.-txvion Sixth snvctKua 



li'.utfaml bctwci-n Sixt 



the r.vcr. 

■iiir TtVcrrioN cf tim orvici us. 
The cnrv.Iiu'4 oiUcr. acromvanic*! l.v a 
<soof IVuvust >!ar.-lials proccoJcil yt-stcr- 
ik»' the cnn»'liiu'i»t in th s 



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.t" t!.v ^'ty liavuii: 
il. 'I'lio K.Vicors uerc 



. day movniTiii to iu;ik»miic i 
res; on. nc.rly all tlu- iv.t u 
prcv o;i>lv boon cnrolU* 

Ll at tl>c outset by « mm. I ot •^vm.u■n a,ul 
chil.hvn. ana when a>Uca to .mm- tUc nan.c. 
o-tlKi- hns'u.uls the wonu-n relnso.Uchc- 
xncnfv. Arsnuncnt provinji nnavailn.i:. the 
oru-crMM-<v^-0'l^'^» to am>t two of tho uu.st 
bell gcrent. Ouc of tluiu was aMuwcil to ro 
to her .hnntv to got l>or bonnet an.l nuprov.a 



the oppovtunilv to .soaire an a-vc u.th \vlu U 
. ho pro »3cd to dcuua hcrsc.f but one of the 
ota.x>i^ wreHtod the weapon tVoni her b.tore 
sho had an opportnnity t . u«o it and »ae was 
hf;od :uto a wa.^'ou wii .h was at hand. 
t:if. sf.roM> hixmukuknt. 

The otlicr lK.dr.-m>nt was a wonnin of uins- ^ ^^^ 

de. una :u the coaU'.-t with the o >;ccr who had | ^^^^^ ^^_^^ ^^^.^ _^^ ^^^j. .^^^^^ tlnvatcncd with 



treatment. She Kaid A\o woiiUl give Uer hus- 
band's name tlii.s morning' bnt wt»nld i,'o to 
jail rather tlian ;;ivf it then. .*<lie >\a>nior.' 
(Ulilu-rate than any other-, and Ik- ;•,:,' toUl that 
Hhe would l>o arrested, asked to take lier eliil- 
dnn to a neighbor's tu be taken tare of. whiih 
n-inest was ^^ranleil. Ketnrnin},' home she 
washed the iaee of her yonn;re«;t eldld. wldeh 
..he was allowed to t^Ue with her. lo- ked her 
>l.anty. wa. lilted into the waj;on and de- 

parteil. 

I rnr. i:m;oi,i mk.m knm"' iok ini; uvv. 
The enrollment for the day ended at tlii- 
Hhanty, the ettt.re district havh>s Ikh-u ean- 
>assed. thoufih not very thorouithly, owing to 
the diHieuliie« that constantly U-set the otll- 
cers. The nunilK'r i>f arr.sis nnide were six, 

, two i»f wlioni wi re relviv-ed and the remuimler 

j >ent to jail. 

1 M.vtteiois liK.eoiiT. 

I Some evil ilisposed persons cirenlateil the 
rPiH>rt that imnci-essary hiirshness wiw used 
in nnikinj,' the arrests, the wonu-u iK-ing 
kn .eked ilown. beaten. &e. These statemenis 
v,cre fal>e, attd were circulated about the city 
to intlame the friends of the prisoners, auil we 
know that some who ciretdated the report 
were aware of its fal>ity. The aiTcsts were 
made in a« getitle u ntaaner as it was possd.le 
to handle women wht) were making good use 
of hands and feet tt) resiot. Force suiHcient, 
and only sntlUient to lift them into the wa-on, 
that was in attendance, was used, and even those 

that fought inirdesl «cre not iu,iurcil in the 

lejusl. 

w nv A eossi; w \8 sr.sT. 
The regular enroll ng otHe rwl o for several 
weeks luis been eanv.issing the city, atteinpr- 
i ed some «lavs sin.e to enroll this district alone, 



erow(U to the city, it is submiftMl to (.m mi 
tens whether it would not Ik' h jtmul iuxe t 
nunt to snbscribe IIIm rally t<> defray iln 
neceswiry cxiK-nse. It will c lianly 
handsonuly in the gmcrnl nmnseincnt 
tleiight which it woidd aJford. 



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DUY MKASfKi: \H. Wl.NK MKAsrUK- 

The ntea.sure now in general nsf iu relailng j 
lK>rr:es in the nntrket is that geutrally «s' d 
for li<|u;d.s. It may seem to sonu- a .niall 
nuitli r, but in the aggngate ii is worth iuM . - 
tigating. and at present— nlw :iv e, iu fact- in 
this market, the e nsunur pa> - tlcarly enough 
for small truit to ^it the mea are gnaranlced 
him by law. The capacity .f a galhm, dry 
measnre, is 'J<>7 cubic inches ; tlie capacity of a 
gallon, li«iuid nuiksuiT, 'J^il etibie iuch.s, ma- 
king a tliH'erenee of IJli cu«>ie inchcb. Kver\ , 
<ptart of Ijcrrles inirehaseil by li>|Uld incasni > , 
the VI nder gives and the pnrelia.'cr reeeivt - 
fully nine cubic Inches less than he should. 
■•••- 

Ai.Mosr A FiiiK. — Our ncij^hbors of 
the PioHicr were near having a disastrous lire 
yesterday cn( iiim:. .MMXit S o(;,.ek the wall 
paper «»n the partition iKMwecn tlu- I'.nghie 
room and rre>8 ro(nn can-lit lire, and was 
l)la/ ng iu .nute an alanniu'; manner when It 
was di-(«>vcri<l. \ few bue\et> of water — 
whii h were fortunately at hainl— enabled tile j 
eilitors. who were the only members of the 
c )ncern on hand at the moment, to extinguish 



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FOR ARMY SUPPLIES. 

Ok k t: CoMMisMAKV «>r Sri»>-i-iTK.\t e, ) ' 
Lii-i.i! Uiivii., .Saini Pali., Mix., > 
.luly-.:rtii, ISOS. ) 

Heale<i I*i*o posn Is 

Will be rcccivoU iit this olRce until I : o'clock m., 
AUaUST G(h, 1«W, 

I'or furninldiig the fuMowing llub■i^l^•uco sti^n'S 
for the u.>e of the L'uiied .Statcii Army. 

rOK DKLIVRKY Kl^l'TEMHl'.K Isr, 1S;J:]. 

.»,)>00 J'M'.inilri City ('ureil Hums, cnnvat^sed, 
ill barrels (fidl heail liiieil.) 



COIN AND EXCHANGE QUOTATIOK.S OF 

Tlionii>soii J3i*o's., 

bT. I'Af K, July Zi, 18f)3. 

It(tv1:crs (tnti Urennefl Dr-alrrn in Jmh'! Wni rantx, 
Jiiri.'nii^tn'trii and Advlt Jlalf/irceff Srri2>,<fc 

ItXCHANOK KATES. 

Selling for. Premium 

Buiikablr Funjs ^i p«rct.prem 

Aiuerkan G'<M tiiperct. 

Orders for United StatiiB Land Warrautii, State 
warranlB, Jtc, promptly execute?!. 

State u lid Uait<'d States Coupons paid at ooi 
counter. 

ra>r:.ge Cerliflcatet: via 1 iver|,ool and Ham 
burg; DiHftbon Knglar.d, J telaml and Scotland 
Franc<', Germnny and Switzerland, HwedcBiin 
Noiwaj , for t-idc at our oflio*. 



^t*atrhf!is and Sfctrdnt. 



Y\ C. GREENLEAFS 

Fashionable Jewelry Stoie, 



Tktnl Street 




Malat I*aul. 



|Ot>,OOM I'oiindH good, clenn dry brown . 
iu barr;<l.'< (fidl hessrt lined./ 



agar, 



:ihuoei ami giUcUcinc?. 



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not cojl the o:-der oi the one that ii«cinpt- ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^v,>n.en greeted h m with the qu. r- 
u:,.' f.ie axe, and as she rode up Ih rd ^.^^^ ^, ^^.^^ ^ ^^.^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^ j^^^.^, ;.. ^^^ ^^^^^^.^ „j. 



her in charg- tliey both ro .od down the em- 
Kmkmen:, where Thrd .^trcct h..s been tilled 
in No serious damage rcsulteil from the 
tumV.e and th = woman was also soon favored 

with a free ride. 

cuuEua FOR jr.rr. davm. 
Th\v wcvj hva.bA ov.n- 13 lac Vni'cd 
Suiii'M v--sh \\. ^-i «-H--' ;^ll th d wc.c arrosted 
dirin,' the diy. Iking i.la:od nalcr a.-ivst 

did 
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St.cct shj chce ed lustily for Jeff. Davis 

nOlITINCi WITU A PAKX SHOVCI.. 

The c arrestJ had •: saluta- y clleet, and a 
number o: names were obt.uncd before any 
reds anco w.is olTeved. A great many locked 
up th i • s'.i mtics. their husbands being absent 
at work, anJ couco:il-:d themselves in s me 
cases, in tlic b-.iding. and other.^ elsewhere. 
It W.-11 asc?r.J\in -d t'Kit in one shinty th -3 
closed, the hidy < f the house w is wiiuin, and 
se ingthit .she was di^cavered, sho op ned 
the tVa:AS by throwin : di:ty w.iter o it of the 
wind rv on the enrolling offijor. As the Tro- 
vost M.uslials entered the house toa-.TCst hcr^ 
she ra -t I'lem wih a barn shovel, and was 
ro.illy ^iiito a f.rmid.Uile antagonist, she 
worf secu.ed, however, wi:ho-.it any one being 
Ua.c and followed the oth-r fetu.tlcs up 
St cct. Elcr h'lsb.iud who wr>..i at work f n 
Tliird Sticct. feuv h r ride by and immc- 
diAtch- eamc down and gave his n.imc a=, I'at- 
ric'.c king and his age at thirty-oght. His 
loA-i indi:ate th;\- iu- statement of a -O w.-.s 
correct, so thai it w.is doc dedly tmnoees.ary 
for h'.s wdc to get on ilie ra\npage .as he is not 
liable under the lirst clars wl;ieh only inelii<les 
tho.«; between twenty and th rty-tive. lie 
said he h id no objer ions to givin- his name, 
and wh.n lusk.d why he did not instrnct his 
wie not to oifer resistance, rciJlied that he 
couldn't manage a woman and would like to 
sec an body that e aid. He a.terwards eaikd 
at the United States Mm-sbal's cfilce, sa.\ iug 
he wanted to l.e drafted so as lo get his "ould 
wojnan" released. 

T»ir. f.KASON lOR 11I.U IMliaSONMF.XT. 

She wonld undoubtedly liave been released 
if sh; had simply vt-fuscd to give her hus- 
band's name, but a losnplaint being tiled 
against her fur rtsist'ng an enrolling oliiccr, 
for wliioh the law provides a hmvy lenalty, 
a legal cxamin.ition must take place before 
she can be released cither uneonditiimally or 
un bail. 

SCXTIMIJNTS OF Tttr. AVOMI'X. 

By tills time mfwt of the shanties in the 
neighborhood were \a nted tlie women lieing 
collected in gnmps in various cinartcrs talking 
over the tiraft question. One m ddleil-aged 
woman marched about knitting, and singing 
quite merrily, (more i)raeti al than ])oe;kal} 
*• And if vou d.-n'r hehnve yourself 
You'll lind a home in Ilamscy County ja'l." 

She added with an o.-xth and a laugh that 
they mglit tai<e her husband, and she would 
be g'.ad to get rid of him, but w i;li the same 
breath cursed the tlraft. 

Another wished they would take al the 
women, she would like to sec such an army 
and co.<icd her eulogy on the sex by renting 
a d' ed of femae heroism on the b.ttt'c-tield. 

Others etirsed the "nagurs," the d;aft iiud 
thinys generally. 

TUr. KNltOLI.MKXT l-ROCEEItS. 

The greatest difflcnlty thiit nre.v beset the 
oliice;s was tlic vacatouoftho .shanties so that 
after oi<tain'ng th? names of the m>.n from the 
women f^cittercd here and th -re, it was iin- 
po.-^sible to tell how many were omitted. No 
on: need consider that th^y will Jn the end 
Cheapo enrollment, lor measures have t)ecn 
taken to ascertain who eluded the oflkers yes- 
terday. 

AXOTHEU prLLIOEUEM. 

Abo It noon, while at the lower end of 
Fourth Mrcc*. the o liccrs found an uuconi- 
miinica ive UJy, who, if her statements, made 
in rapid siieecs-«i m, were to l>c c.ediicd, had 
no h.ibUnd, ho was already at war, being up 
count.-y tighdng the Indians, and besides she 
had given his name b.M'o : .-. As slcj conid n <t 
be p.cvai el u )on to re,)eat the name she had 
"given bcfo.e," a co.ip'.eof o.licers t X)k hei 
in eh rge, but when she reached the n.iw cel- 
eb. atcd wag ,n. she e ucludcd to surrender at 
disc eti .0, and gave the correct name of her 
Uusban 1. 

BlOS'r KNOW TftE F.'.THER OF UEH CUILti. 

An ;lhor woman in the same lociliiy with a 
narsin; child in her arms, had never bc.n 
m nie I. f he h.ad a chid to be sure, but she 
didn't know who its lather was. After nsicrt- 
ing this roumlly several thnes, -he was in- 
formed the " time was up" and she must an- 
»Wk;r or visit the w gon. Af cr asking one or 
two r,u:?stionR, ^hc saidof ronrsc she w.'is ma- 
ri d, and gave her hubband's name. '1 he cor- 
rcctnoos of the n -me being <iuesti ned, she 
prcw virtuously ind'gnnn', and w.inted to see 
the man or woman that .said she lied nl)OUtlhe 
name. She did not recover fnmi the Kcrions 
affront of impeai hing her verai ity while the 
offlcers were in that vicinity, and when we 
left, she was sitting Hat on the ground asking 
in no very gentle terms for the person that 
said sho led. 

VKllY JirsY WAHIIINO. 

Above the ga.s w orks. a buxom damst. 1 was 
found, who had'nt time to spare from her 
wij^h tub to mention a name, bnt rcpen:ed 
on ascertaining Uic penalty, and was permit- 
ted to return to her lal)or. 

THE EAST ARREST. 

The last arrest of the day was about six in 
the evenin-r and took place at a .■jhnnty on 
Six'.h street. The enrolling officer had iwen 
there alone o.i a previo is day and b id met with 
a refusal and yesterday received tlij same 



v o- 
Icnce if he renewed the attempt, and for that 
reason a sutlicient nund)er of otlleers was scut 
with him \esterdiy to see that the law was 
cnioreed. It was their own conduct that ren- 
dered such incisures necessary as were taken. 

COM>l CT Ol THE I'-^I.ICE. 

Chief of PoUco Cu:r.mius wa.s on the ground 
during a portion of the forenoon with scviral 
of his force, aid ng the «;ttlcers. Wh' rever he 



to sav th.it the city authorities have nothing 
til do with preseniug peace and good order. 
We are glad to rccind that the Chief and 
some of hi.s olliceis rendered valuable a-ssis- 
taeee while on the ground. 

One of the policemen rather mistofik his 
duty and threatened to arrest one of the pro- 
vo.st m:u-shals li.r Idowing a w histle similar to 
that c rrled by the police. A little ad>iee 
soon made him aware that " his head w asn't 
level." 

1NXII>ENT8. 

The general impiession seemed to i>itv»u1 
that .11 the im n would be sent to war and the 
women and children itermitted to star\e. 

One woman b ing asked if she didn't hear 
wh t leather Ireland said hust Sunday, resi^^n- 
I'.cd r.ither einidiatieaily, "yes, but damn 
l"a her Ireland, he would'nt supiK-rt their !am- 
ili s if the men were sent to war." 

The report was reiteratid in all quarters 
that nvbody but p<or folks were behig en- 
r(.licd,and a contradiciiou of the statement 
would cither receive a Hat denial or an in- 
credulous " giies.s not." 

An old lady berateil the otVicors soundly for 
anoling women, and called them a brave lot 
of men, accomi'imyiug her ejaculation with 
lier>- glances at the largest men, from " eyes 
in fine frenzy rolling." 

WHO is nr.sroNstiii.E ? 
We conversed w ith several men who oeeti- 
jded f hantics in the di.strict. They said they 
had given their names mid ages fmrly, and 
tiionght the enrollment should be made 
thorough and no one allowed to evade or re- 
sist it. "But all of yon do not seem to think 
..." ''No," he n plied, "but there wr)nld 
have been no trnnbic had it not been for tiiat 

dam'd (mentioning a ward iioliticiiui and 

.Ill^t■ce of the I'eace up street) and other of 

tluin i)oliticians. That bus told them 

lots of lies about the draft, and th.at it would 
not be conducted lair, &c., until these j)oor, 
ignorant women believed their men were all 
to be taken sure, " if their names arc once jjut 
down." This statement w.is made two or 
three times, by as many ditfereut person.s. 

Tt wns painfully evident throughout the en- 
liiv day that that those who knew better had 
tak(;n advantage of these uninfonnetl peojjle 
to inculcate falsehood among them, and upon 
these jiersons rests the responsibility. It was 
imiiossibie to make them believe that they 
were not licing unfairly dealt with, and we 
have no he.station in in'onouncing any one a 
villain and a scoundnd who would take ail- 
vantnge of their ignorance to encourage them 
to resist a measure, which is not only essen- 
tial to the salvation of the country, but is a'so 
sure to bring seri(ms troub'e up<m the hea<ls 
ot tlio>e who resort to violence. 

lla\ing p.'ssed the day with the otlleers iu 
the disaffected d>tri(t we feel conlidtnt that 
if this class of ci i/.ens had not been wilfully 
misinformcfl, there wou'd have been no ditli- 
e ilty yesterday or at any luture time. They 
are toiiviuced that only i>oor men arc enrolled 
and, as was stated to us rrpetitcdly, that the 
enrollment was equivalent to being drafted. 
The Copjierhends who are responsible for this 
deserve to suffer the severest penalties in'iict- 
ed upon their mi.sguided followers and to be 
execr.aed by all decent people, 

THE lENAETV J OK llESISTANCK. 

Notwithstanding others are really responsi- 
b'e, those who commit the overt act are the 
ones th.Tt are to suffer and for the inf(mnat on 
of those who are labie to Ixs thus misled we 
append the fol'ow ng important section of the 
law under which the arrests were imule yts- 
to.day, which shows the penalty that will be 
inflicted upon them, if convicted : 

Section 2), of the "Act for enrolling and 
car ing out the national forces, provides : 

"That if anv person shall resist any draft 
ofmcn enroled under this act, into the ser- 
vice of the Un ted States, or shall counsel or 
aid any person to res st any such draft, or 
shall nssnult or obstruct an;/ officer in making 
such draft or in the performance of any senicr 
in relation thereto; or sua 1 counsel any person 
to as.-an't or obstruct any such o'liccr, Jtc, 
sha'l be .tub ect to summary arrest by the Pro- 
vost-Marshal, and sha'l fofthw th l)e deliver- 
ed to the evil authorities ; and sha I. upon 
convirti u thereof, be pen shed by a fine not 
exceeding iS'iQ'), or by imprisonment not exceed- 
inj two iieirs, or by both punishments. 
■•■ 

Proro ■> BALLOON ASCKN.SIO.NH. — 
Prof. Stciner, the famous .lEronaut, whom wc 
.spoke of the other day, is now in this city with 
h s immense l>al!oon, which lias a capaci'y ot 
10,()00 cubic feet, and with which, it |)roper 
oneoiiragement is aff(jrded h in, he proposes, 
between the 1 1th and '20lh of next month, to 
make a number of ascensions for the benefit 
of our citizens. 

I'roffessor Steincr has had an a-ronautic 
experience of fifteen years, during which he 
has made over 300 balloon ascensions outside 
of the army, with which he has l)een connect- 
ed as a Balloonist for the past two years. 

During this time he has met with many 
thrill ng adventures and hair-breadth escapes, 
for the fortunate issue of which he is indebted 
to his skill and coolness. 

The proposed ascensions can, of course, 
only be undertaken nt considerable expense, 



it sjieediiy. 

An alarm i>f lire w.is inng. and the engines 
tunieil oat pronqify. bnt their services were 
fortuiiateiv not neeiletl 

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TliKClutt'W.— f^asti-Uoaii-'N an\ leek .s . 

Circus had t\so crowded auili ences yesterda\ i 

and last night. Their iK-rfonnanccs are well , 

spoken of. Mr. Dan Castel'o's l)udget of fun ■ 

is ori mal ami chaste, and his famous tr.iined j 

hor.se and bull are rave aniiu.ds iu their w.iy. 

The feats of strength and skill by Messrs. \ 

Burrows and KiUy, and .'ohn fJUnroy's 

double summer.sanit and other rerfonnaace.-, 

are not excelled in any circus which has been 

here. 

The Troupe give th. ir next exhibtion, we 
believe, nt Minnepolis. We icc inmend 
them to onr friend.s up there as giving an cn- 
teitainiucnt. 



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AccmKNT TO (Jov. K'M)i-K — Ycrtttr 
day aftcmoin Hon. .1. V. Kidder was run 
uway with wide riding thr ugh I.ttlc C.nada 
in a bug'-'", «m his way into the city. He was 
throwTi out antl one of the wheels passed over 
his forehe.id, but the bug -y b.ing a very light 
one he w%s not seriously :nj:ired,but w.s hurt 
in the b.uk. He was taken to th.e hotel in the 
village, and came to town in the stage. Tlie 
horse and buggy were nut heard from after- 
w.irds. 

ruK.sTON'js WitiTl.sr. rLA.****. — Remem- 
ber that this cxcillent writing academy i.^ 
onen from 9 to 10 \-l o'eoek a. m.— fiom :! to 
11-2 V. M., an<l from 8 to «» v. m. Prof. Pies- 
ton is tum;ng ont a line lot of penmen in onr 
city. Numlurs of onr yonns men are inw 
bragging of the fine h.ind they w rite since at- 
tending his class. 

Til K body o( Capt. I'arrell arrived on 
the John Runiscy yesterday afternoon, .^nd 
was recciverl by an escort of Odd Fellows and 
miiitiry men. We will announce the pro- 
gr.unme for the funeral, which will takeplnee 
on Sunday afternoon, in to-inorrow's im; e,-. 
The Fire Department are to pariicipatc in the 
obsequies. 

A .SIXOHLAR phenonuMiOM could have 
l)een noticed last night. There was a shower 
fiom some passing thunder clouds falling and 
at the same time the moon was slrning, while 
throudi rifts of the cloud in which the light- 
ning was ilishing, the stars could K- .seen 
(juietly peeping. 

Wk are pleased to learn that the mem- 
bers of Mr. Pnncc's family w ho were injured 
by the accident on Wednesday evening, arc 
all doing well. 

IMisroiiTi'NE. — This is a world of mis- 
fortune, and one of tlio .suddo.-t to a pooil lioii>o 
keeppr is to hp afflicted with heavy, yellow, four 
broad, biscuit, &c. If you aro ever trr>uble<l In 
tlil« way, use I), n. De 1 and Sc Co.'s Chniiical 
S(tlr;-(i'iii>, when you will l>e surprjeed at its 
charming results in removing the cause of your 
misfortune. 



— It 1.4 saiU iiiai aim nniieiius oit^iiois- 

covered in .MissoMii. iicir llie head of .St, 

Fran-is river. The ore h;is been discov- 

icret? in a tract ol laud ol aUont omi thoii- 

H.tnd acre-, and is ri'li in (jntility. 



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A \ oung innu to as-Ut in the Grocery llusiues>^ 
AniiU ti> 

A. u. wimhi.-iii. 

jy-_".) .laeksou-i*t. 

i OTMlP**'^'"'^''^ OATS, 



For 
jy.'s 



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'ftO Hnrrels Salt, 

K"! Itarrels XX Flyur, 

GKO. K. S( IIVAnKT., 
Cor. .liKksoii and Fourili-.^.s. 



r^ iiKA 



T BAUUALNS. 



i lie best bargiin one jsm make In anrtViing is 
to pnr^-.^a-c -i First diss art cli- at a low rUe. 
fill, is ilie sort of h.iri^ains A. II. \VI.MI« .sll is 
giving liis rii-'i(iiierje\ ^r> day, at his tirocery 
S'lri'e, on .Iucssoii->tr»et. 



ANTE 1) 



i ••-M-tf 



w 

A young man of good »»di:citIon and addre-s 
to travel with an oxlill>ifion as shownu i niiU 
e\|>l .iiaoiiv lecturer. Md:iry libir.il. Addre,«.-i, 
witll refiTeiic^--*, 

jj-.';;.if Hoxfttir. St. I'aul.Min. 



F 



AUMKR WANTKl). 



1 w.iiit a respon^iMe innn and wife to take 
clinrge of ii'v larni and 'heep on s'ares. '.VM) 
yjf.'.s of land— W of it under p.ow. ti(v t.lieeii or 
111- ire. A'ldrch", 

jyr-tf If. W. ItAKItY, Duiidis. 



•£.»» Itti.-liels line dry Salt. 6j pound.^ to the 
baxliel, Iu doiibli- t-nek.-, tlie outside 
snek lo be irnuiy unl to lA' le-.scv.ed. 

I.IOU Cialion.', of .Mola.ssOfl, in half kirrels. 

.).0i>0 I'ouid'* good nried Apple ., putuji in 
ligli. larrels (fd.l head liuod.) 

■^.0&*> I'oi.uds good Ureen Tea in ba'.f clie.sts. 

l,OOU <.allous best qiciliry Cucumber 
ricld'-s. In half-liiirrels or kegs— lobe 
deli.-eied OcluljiT isf, i^o'.i. 

.•sinall snmi'.les to r.ei'oiupi'y proj.oiai^. The 
Ooxi.s coulai:.iax tli • -;'.iuoU> I..; ciinlilly Jalxdletl 
>u the side. 

rill* .Niorei to be inspected by so'li inspectors 
js inuy be aPi.oiuled by th? nnder.slge.ed. 

liiddiis ii::iy ijropose lor the whole or a pait of 
my anb'ie. 

No bid will bfl ncplvcd unle-s from parties 
.iucn to lite under ignrd, widiovt s giiariuUee 
Troni two i. ^sponsible pnrtle . f.r thi; faihful lul- 
UlmiMit of V.ii- oo»'iiact if award 'd. 

1 lie cost of r<cl:u;ies to l>e iiitliided in the price 
if the Reticle, and e.icli package tolr- m.irked vvi:li 
!h.' coi.tent- a d t-ie u:i:nc of the |<i.-on fund )i 
in:; llie arliel.', and the d te of contrnct. 

l'ro|io.s:d.s f jr dilicreut artirl s uant be on S<i>- 
ai'titt i-lici'ls I.J' paper. - 

I Kacli bid inus: li.i\e a printed copy of this ad- 
nvrtl.euient )• .sled at its head, and innst b'^ Fpe 
•llio in eoiiiiilyiug preti-.|> w itii all \.V-' terms. 

All to be delivered free of (hayjitje at the Com- 
missary ."^ton- liOiiMs ontiu'Cpeer le.ce, orut 
biici pl;ice in the city of .Saint I'aid, as may b.^ 
n q'lired b;- the undersigned 

The uudersigUi d r-s.rves the rigid to r. jeet 
a,iy or all bi<i'. 

I'ropo-aU to be endorsed •' Troposuls for sub- 
d-tenie Sior.'s." 

Pa\ iiient to b^' made |u >acli fund* as may be 
fiirni.shi'ii by t!ie l^niied .s^tafe:). 

Stores to be weighed ty die city weigher, or by 
the unlersigiied, if requ'red. 

A copy of the recen: laws with reference to 
cjnt!-ui-is and Ciju rectors i.uy be f.iiiiiil at this 
ollice, Mnd will be f;irni.;le d eontiactfT.- tor their 
iiiforuiiitiou and guidance. 

^.■opo^al- fr .^ntontrucrors who have pr. \ic>ns- 
ly failed to eoniidy will tu.-ir bids; fnuu di>-ljyal 
persons; tiiuie iuterejied ie inuie than oin.; bid, 
or i'h(r, th; li'llrr i.i not ;«•«?■<'.)>/ tr> re^pon'! t • 
hixfi'l, will nor l;o considered. 

A bond wli.h p'lod seeiiiiiy will Ih' r. Quired. 

FOU.Al 01<" (il AK.VNTKi;. 

We,^ .ol the County of , nnd State 

of , iio lier'-''y guarranteiMi.r.t .isnblc 

to fiikd the cj.itiact in aeconlanre with the ienu« 
of his propofitio" and tti.Tt .-'loiddliis propjHiion 
be accepted, he will at or.ce e: ti e into a comiaet 
in acRordancc therewith. ShouM the contract be 
awarded biui, we iwu prepared to become hi.s 
»ecuriii:"s. 

Tids guarantee must be njipended to each 111. 

Tlir.se not corre-pondiiigwila the above cjii- 
ditiouswillbeic^ecicd. „ i..sMM.L. 

Captain and Com. of !Sut)distence. 

jy-'-'td _ 



SIMS, VAWTER & HOSE, 
\V!IOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 



AM> DEAI.EKS IN 



IPaintss, OIIk, Grlass 



Perfumeries, Fancy Goods, 

&c., &c., 
IVo. Ill Tliii-d Htreet, 

t UNION nLOCK.) 
ST. PAUL. - - - MINNESOTA. 

We would caU the attention of Dealers through- 
out the Northwest to 

Our Full Stock of Goods, 

Which we are offering at a liaclioD over 

Milwaukee & Chicago Figures. 

Vi'p invite an hisp*'ction of onr sfoekand prices, 
believing we can make it to the interest of tin 
dealer and consumer, to give us their orders, 

MI1»IN, VAWTER ik ItOHK. 

CUAS. K. ,S1MS. Sam'i, L. Vawtku. 

An'ox If. IJr-sK. jy:5-tf 



The ladies and ge.,iiL.nuii ot iliiscitv and >iolii- 
ity, are invited to call and examine the 

LAUGbSl AND CHOICEST AhoOIilMKXT 

OK NEW STYLES OF JF.WEI-RT, 

Ooia audSil^'-eir Watelios, 

CLOCKS, SILVER WABK, PLATED WAltE. 
l>IAMOXU GOOD3, SILVEK TLA SKT-, 

Castorf), Cake Basketo, Gold Chainf<, K-ng8 
ThimUleri, and everything else peruiiuing lo a 

FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORK. 

My goods were purchased ex«lusivfdy f.'r ra.=h 
from the largest wholesale house- in the Cuion, 
and are for isale at tlie 

LOWEST PRICES. 

All pood.x warraneii precifely as reprewiit«»d. 
^"ash paid for old Gold and >ilver. A fUlI supply ol 
WATCH MAlhKIAL.S al«.iys on lianrt. 

Agent for .Seth Thoma'^' Clock.*, also agent for 
the ci;lel>rated 

A.nierioaii W^atc^He.*"*. 

Particular «ttPn»inn paid to repairin? ev.:-ry 
de.scr;ptlon of V»'atche.'< Clocivs, and Jew< Iry in 
the tx'st poii:!ible mann 'r. We miuufaeture all 
kind» of 

Or anv other pattern nr.Tew»>lry , fee. In onr line. 
All work will be done pron»p:ly In e woikirsan- 
like iiuinn' r an ' hkitkk TMAr .\.nv '•iH>^;:KV 
r » bi,ish:m t- >T IV 'I HIS --t cTioN «'.»■ TMr < •• >• 
iKV. All ord r,> by letter or otherwise will re 
wive pr^'nipT attentio'i. 

All kind- of new wheels and new part-- r ft he 
waic)! manufactured lor the trude at a rea.ioiiable 
ii.sc«uiit. 

Store in Creealeaf's Block, opposite Concert 
Uall, near the P»^t Office. 

ai*tf. ^ D.C.GBEEN-I.EAF. 



A 



RLAKEMAX'S Tlll^ 



NEW JEWELRY STOiiK, 




C 1 G A R S () I 



25,000 

FAVORITE r.R.VNDS, 

For Fale at very low ligiiies to close the s^tock. 
MM ••, VAWTEU & ItO-'K. 
jv'j.".-!f Union IJUick. 

rpTLrEN & CO.^S FL U 1 D 
3 XTRACTS, 

PillH and Granules, at card prices. 



.i\'i.5-tf__ 

KAZEK'S 



.«IMS, VAWTEK & nOSF, 

No. Ill Third Ktr'»et. 



F 



LUBRICWTOK. 



Just roeeived and for i^al" at cIopp figurei'. 

.SIMS, VAWTEU & KO.SE, 
j.VNVtf Union Block. 

20 



Four door.* U loir THOMI'SOX & BRorHEE' 

Bank, and nexs door 1m:'1ow .->H AW ■> 

Fashiouiible Hat .Store, 

Oa Tliii-tl ^trri^Cit, 

Can be ."-een siJendid 
SILVER TEA SET?. CAKE BASKETS. ICE 

PirCHElJS, rASTiii;-, 

Solid Silver Spoons— Pure as Coin, 

Diamond, Oirl and i:iib\ IJiups, Solid Oold Ear- 
i;ingi> and Pins in set«. 

From JSJi.-s to S5i30. 

!)ilO,000 worth of SETH TIIO'^TAS CLOCK-S 
JUST KECEIVED. 

Those wi-hing to Mij)plv tiiemselve,! wi;h a p^^r- 

fect Clock, will buy the SKTH J HO.M As 

rlAKK ef 

X. B.— The Chean American lk>thic Clock, at 
Factory prices. All warranted to run well. 



lilJLS. LARD, WilALE AND 
LL'BRICATINO OILS. 



D 



R.\WIN(; CLAS.S. 



.Mr. B.\UTLETT, Artist, ovi-r MungerN Mu.'ic 
Store, Thirds)., wi I form a .-lass to iMUnuplU 
Draw ing l'e^m^' fj pet (juarier. 
August :id at hiR .Studio. 



To c'lUinience 
jr-'i ,'w 



F 



O R 



SALE 



The large two story frai^ie dwelling house, 
known B'* llie *' .Somer«i House." in • llolroT.be'.-* 
Atidiiion " to St. Paul, alwiit ^'. mile w(st of t'le 
Carpenter llout;e. With tlie dweliiiij; li-inse are 
Vi lot.x, and H g«iod Barn. >»!!en'.;l jsed with g od 
fence. Krnit f re-s and Sin abln ry g.owiug upon 
the premines. Foi pailicuhirs, en<|Uire at (dficeol 

Jy-'r-','w H. L. MOSS, near tlie Itridge. 



T3T1.L POSTING, t&c 

iMVXWKLL & CRIFFIX, orpo-^ite Kiown'.* 
Block, Third street, will pt»-t bill.=, anncinire 
nieetiiig.s.ai:i 'ion-:, !n\U all matters usually att'.nd- 

ed to b\- •' fown Criers,"' attenil on parties, c ean 
r< :oiiis and o'!ire<!, and undertake jobs ot wlrt" 
WHsliing in diiVerent rolor»«. jl^' 



iin 



dial WMt^. 



At lowest market rate?. 



jy2.'»-ilf 

410 



SIM.S, VAWTEU & ROSE. 

No. Ill Third street. 



GALLONS VARNISH, 

Of various (jualities and prieei», at 

.SIMS, VAWTER & ROSES, 
iv2.jtf No- ill Third st eet. 



A FINE ASSORTME.vT of the American 
manufactured Watch adjusted to heat and cold, 
and the most perfect timer made. A. BLAKC- 
MAX seUs them at M«anufactory prices. Don't 
mistake t!.c place. Be «ure tiiat vo^.-IIinat 
FHEXEW JKWELRV STORE. c-. .•>-.? 



'?) 






TniCKE is little use of {T'vins fnrtlicr 
l)nrtieuliiv.-« coneerniuir thatCrand Floral Con- 
cert which will take plaee at liiirer.sollV Hall 
ne.\t Tuesday eveninj^. All we have to hay i.s 
that tickets are .sellinL' nii)idly. .".nd some iier- 
son.s hnvc paid as hi^h ns lilty cents for .-e:its 
dt)wn .stairs. 

T.et those that now po who never went befon-. 
And tliof^e wli') always go, now go the inoie. 

Arrivals at the Hotels. 

Tliui-SDNV. .Tuly M. 

F. B Foreman, '"Itv ; ,| H l>>itton. Davenport- 
Wm 11 hike, Fiirihinl*: Win Newkirk and wif-, 
Cnnner-ville, Ind; Faiinv Newkirk, d--; II W 
r-otib, Ch'r-co: rj Ms">n, St Louis, Mo: Win 
Mlnnzer ni d wife, Ui.salle co, '11; John It Miir- 
rav, \Vlilt<> Brar Lake; Crovrnor fe ' ang'e.v, 
rrlnit>en. Wis; Mr and .Mr* .lowott. llnngor. .Me; 
Miss Viirch, do; M M .lewett, do; ,I«;,Ioiies, 
Itarine; F. Ii Aines, Vinnenpo'j-^ ; Mnster Trvin. 
v»a«sev; .lolin H >tein and lady I'hiInd -Iphia ; F. 
Mii'rii. ChioHgo: .lame.-, FaU''ii and wife, BnlTalo 
VY: .John l» .Noit'i a- d Ia<ly, Knetincs •' H 
.Seel c and lady, Milwaukee; Ml.is .lohiiKton, 
Newark, N .T. 

M'lllTC'IIVn'M IIOTKI.. 
E F WelU, Rochester, do; (; F Bro^kett, do; 
.lohn L"l)eriiig, St AnHi'>n< ; llirain Al»'ot. F'rt 
Snelliug; S Main, do; I', F riirii-, do ; WmKing, 
I.e Sueur; R II <;arr('ft. I'rniri," Du Chien RR: 
\ Allen, Winona; W A (ilav and w ife, Stdlwa- 
•er: Lii'ut I>aii lla'mer, Ft Snell ne: D L shrr- 
hurn. Masting*; .1 W .Mellen, Tavlor'ii F OM; F 
D Mills, Xew Yok; Warren Wlhv, Stillwater; 
.Irs Schiiabel, City; .1 Batps, fijeneoe. 
'lIKHC'll.t.'VT.ot. 
Mis!» Hunter. Clencoe; N fiiven-'. New York; 
fJeo I I.e ■ l<. Fort Tnelling; .lohn C Wliif oin'>, 
do; .1 C McLal", Minn-ap li.-i ; D T stimson and 
dnngh. St Aiithoiiv; !Miss .<Hr:di F IIm es, d<>; 
Dehino T Smith. Minneap'dis; N 1' 'lirt. St 
Cloud; .lohn .McKn.«ick. ."tillwater; Wm Diys 
'liile, Mendotn ; •' Luiirine, str<; II <,iav: If >> 
Wilson. Ft siielUng; Wm ."^ddinra !, >tr'i'r; 
.lames f'lenves, st Taiil ; A II Wd''<-,di«; .tno I 
.Merr;am. do; (i A 'hatcher. Ziinhrotn : l..inls 
-chlmmel, Detroit ; Bertlin Bottinenii, Mt < 1 'iii- 
eng;(;B'ox and w ife, RP rr Fa'l-:Mi-s A<i- 
Irewo.do; Miss Mnllat, do; L North. Iliiditon; 
R S Biirlayih, do: John Young, St Foler; J S 
Archibald, Uuiidas. 

A.-raEKK^A.'V. 
DOO Anfin St Raul: (apt Hundy.do: M .Sir- 
tid, I'imMnii; Alex Chisman. si (loud; Hank 
Brown, Mt Vernon; S I* SIile>on.d<» (i-'O Wo'»d- 
tmrv, Ft snelling; Luke A WnNh, Cli cogo; Geo 
L Parker. (<> H.Mh Minn ^ol«; Lieut .1 K( haj)- 
nn»n. Ft Sneping; fJeo Mclenlay, S'lllwaer; B 
K Ca'ter, wife and two rhiloren, (iarden (I y ; X 
R wilnon, Ft Snelling; C 1) Powers, HuiUnn. 

" COMMERCIAL. 



w 



OOL CARI>lN(i AT AlINNE- 

A POLLS. 

(In the Wiifer Power, at the Falls, in Smith's 
sash Doi.r and Bl'nd Faetorv. 

The sal>»criber Is i>r pared to receive W ool for 
tlie purpo-eof CAIiDINt; into RoLLs.and will 
ontinue to card until late in the seasou. II 



will 



have no.liiri -ulty in giving pertect .sati-f-ietion. if 
tlie Wo.. I is pi>>perlv prep:iiei). 1 iie' M'lnio 
Wool wliich is gummy and siicl^y, should be 
etansed with Kil-foda, [or otherwise, 1 to insure 

peilect nilic. 

Wo.ii, Wantkk— For whieli the highest nar- 

ket eric- will he paid, in cash, 
jv.Ti :itd."ttw&ltw 



500 



A. WALCOTT. 



PROPOSALS FOR 

illffK Ql'\HTl.RM\^TKK'sOlFl<F, > 

ST. Pa L,ill.N.NfcsoTA, July ;wth, mx \ 

Heiilecl I*i'oposa.l9 

For the de'.lvcry of good ineicliantable 

Hay and Merchantable Hard 
Wood, 

At Fort Snelling, Jlinnesots, will be received at 
this oOicc uutil 1:2 .M., 

^vuoxjsx oiii, i>-««:5. 

The Hay and Wood to bo delivere ' monihly in 
fiucli (lUinliilea as may be needed for the u.so of 

the Post. 

Bif^ri TS raav propose for both articles. 

Proposals for the diirerenl articlea to be n sep- 
aiate slireis of paper, and to liavB a 1 rinted copy 
of Ibi.s advertl-eimnt at the head of eacli. 

Proposals musi state the pi Ice per tou for Hay, 
and p- r eo d fer Wood, delivered. 



ST.\TE0F MIXNE.SOTA, COUNIT 
{»K UAM-^EY— Di-trict Court, for Second 
.IndidaliJistricf — ss. 

i I'. S. R( venue Stamp. Orig- > 
( in-.d I'roeess, 50 cents. S 

Ira Bidwell, PlaiutilV, against .loFi-j-di Daniels, 

DeWift C. Taylor, and Henry L. iMos.-. De- 

feiidints — Siiuunoii.s. 

The State of Minnesota. 
To the above ntitneJ DiftU'limfs t 

Yo!i and each of vou are hereliv summoned and 
renui-.e.l to answer tlio eomjila'nt in til's netion 
which eoiinilaint is on tile in tiie olnce of th< 
Clerk of thi'-^ foe.t, and to serve a copy of your 
answer lo the >aiil complaint on the siib.scnlier. 
at lis oilicv i:i Saint Paul, .Minii'So;a. wihili 
twentvdaxs a ter tl'e seruei- of this smninoiis 
up'fi \o:i. exclr.sive of t!ie day of surli ;;( nice, 
and if vou fail to auMver tle> eimpiaint within 
the tinie aforesaid the I lainti;'' i'l this act on wi.. 
take jr.flguie I «gain t \on firtlie sum oi tw. 
ihousaiidaiid si.Klv dollars, wi'.li interest thereo 
f oin ttie inih da of S i.t- ml>e;-. !.<>:. at the rate 
of s,.ven per Cent, jn'r annum, besides tosis unit 
disbnrsen.i'nts. 

I>ated .-aint Vunl. Minn.. .Tune lOtli. 1S(.3. 
CiE(». L. tiTLS. Pkiintirt'.- Atto n- , 

Jelt-Ow ol ""bit Piiid, .\min. 

Tlvncery sale-c I r c it I T 

<«H:rT <>F TMF. CMIKI* STAT' S OF 
AMI-RIC\— Ninth CP^^.' IT— l.v AM) F«'R 
THE l»LsTi:I('r OF MKN^KOT.V— s-: 

Lewis Hnrlbut rcr-nx .John L. C..bl)ot and 
Jliry H C dilix, liis wife, John W. Brown and 
Mary Brown, h's w fi?. 

F<M{ECLO<U!tK I.V CHANCEI'.Y. 

Decree, June T-rm. < . > . l«.-.3-ii-',"'l-'--'. with 
int. r>-st and co-ts. 

Pursuant to the decretal ord-r of the Cir'-uh 
Conn of the United sr-.ies for th" District afore- 
s:iid. m.ide ill tids ciiise at the June Irr.u, ^. » . 
p^dt, llie ninler igned, M<stir in Cliancery, of 
<i-iid r.,ur», ' ill se.l at public a'.ictijn. to the h gli- 
est casii liidd •!■, on 
WEDNE.-DAV,THESECONt) DAY OF SEP- 

IE.MBl-"-ir, !s.:;, 
a' eleven o'ch)cU In the forenoon, af C e frr>i>t en- 
trance to the place ol h Iding said Court, in 
Brown's ' loii--. Ihiid sire t, in the citv of St. 
Paul, in "^aiii I'isiriet of Minuesoin, the tollowing 
deseiiled ppinscs: , , , , , 

Ail fee following i.lec'?: or parcels o< Inie! and 
premises hing and b-ing In the cliv < f i:ed « le.g, 
eount\ of Oooiliue. and •state of -Miiineota, and 
kno-n and de-lgnated as f Hews, tti " it : t.o:s 
nt'inb. red four(^^ live (."j: aid six Oi\ in Idock 
niinib-rtiiirt\-u.e ( 6), iu .lie .ity ..f Red W ing 
«<■..,..,.>..;, I nr'.irdiiip to the jecerdOO plat ol .said 

of 



BOXES WINDOW GLASS 
AND GLASSWARE. 

McCulley's Brand, at market rates. 

SIMS. VAWTER & ROSE, 

L'nion Block. 



AND 

Blank Book Manufactory. 



iy.^.vtf 

Tj^OR SALE, 

A n^flt Brick Cottage House and I^t.witha 
good well of water aud out Buildings sind shad- 
trees ;ic., with fpe rooms on lirst lioor. also » 
go d cellar; within eight minutes' walk of tin 
l'o.sfollic ; cheap lor cash. For furtlier i artlcu- 
la.sen<iureof JAS. H. Ml RRAY, 

jyi.'-iw Oppofle the American House. 

~~ HEALTH 



T" 



The contract to be in force until the .30fh day of i aj„,,.8aid, ac-Tiling to the receniod plat of .sai.l 

,,„.. I,,., I eif. . as recorded in tlie oinr- . f the R-(f'=='''r o\ 

' .. , , r 1 ,. i DeeiU in and for the counlv of Cioodhae atoie 

I'avnipnt to bo made monthly. In such funds as : ueeue lu iino lu. 



may ho furnished by the United States. 

No bldu will be received unless from parlies 
known to the nndersigueil, wiihont a guarantee 
front two respou-ible parties for the faithful ful- 
filment of the contract if awarded. The guaran- 
tee to be ;:{ pended to each bid. 

Tli« undersigned reserves ihe right to reject 
an\ or all bids. 



'''*'• JAMES W. TAYL R. 

Mai er iu I'leiiieery. 
CiiAUi-ES .Mc-CLrni:. riaintiU's .•5olicitor. 

f ivl^-^iW 



OP REAL E.ST ATE BY AD- 



TilUfsDAY EvKXixci, .luly W. 
The wheat mark"t remains quite didl. Tlicro 
am but few reodpfs of old, and the now wheat 
lias not commenced coming iu yet. Our dealersi 
are offering M;c yet. 

Groceries are llrm. Dried apple* have advanced 
Vc, owing lo the arn^Kemand. 

> ■ ♦ ■ » 

Cklrwiro iVlHrltvC. 

CillCAGO, July 30. 
Flour dull. 

Wheat dull at 1003100%. 
Corn quiet and a half cent lower, nt 4? j^U*^. 
Receipts— 2,U00 brls flour; 10,500 bus wheat; 
81,000 bus corn. 



S.\LE O 
MINIS ntATtiR. , , ^, „ 

i.iciu.se having ecn dulv granted by the I ro- 
bate foiirt in and for the count; of Ram ev, and 
, , .State of Minn-sola, to m 11 tlio Inids hen matter 
l'rop<is-als from persons who are interested in I ,|^.^^.,j^J,.,l^ b. longing to the estate of .-•et.i 1. 
more than i.ne hid: from contract >.rs who have 
failed to comply with tlnlr bids, or ickcrc the bid- 
der is ui't present to respond to his bi<t, will not 
be coii-ld<reil. ^ 

A bond tcith good seat r it i/ trill he required. 

FORM OF CUVRANTEE. 

We , of the conntv of , and State of 

do In-nby ^naraut'O that — is able 



rilOMOTE r.OOD 
i:.«K Tii". 

r> AI\» KLIOIV 

A N n 

A^^ild 01ierr>' Bitters. 

In Pint Bottles, price .Wc; in Quart Bottles, 7.V 

Ti^e.-e Bitters are coinjios- d of the best Root.s 

!',r.iksau'l Heibs known, and peculiarly adapter 

to tlte immedia e cure of all diseases piouuceab} 

an innctivi- iivr. 

Dandelion aud Wild Cherry Bitters 

fCRESKK IIKADACUE. 
Dandelion and W Id Clierrv Bitters 

CCKH JaUX'ICE. 
Dandelion and « lid Cherrv Bitters 

CURK INDIOKSTION. 
Dandeion and Wild Cherry Bitter* 

CURK (OSflVI K'-'SS. 
Dandelion and Wild Cherry Bitters 

It RE IIKAKI BUKX. 
Dandelion aud Wild cherry Bitters 

(M i:K WKAKXlSS. 
Dandrlion and Wild ( heuv Hitters 

( IRE l.tlST APPETITE. 
Dande'.ion and Wild Cherry Bitters 
fCRE vfil'E. 
In its wor.=^ forms. They perform these cnre^ 
simplv, by one oiliee, regulating the liver. 
1-or.srdebv dealers in Medicines, oviywhere 
S. HI N 1 IXtiTtiN. rroprietor. 
Farmersljurg, Clavton Countv, Iowa. 
For sale b\ K. H. Bigg«, H. W. Robinson, Paul 
Reiger, St. l'aul:S N. Wickersham.Cliarles Ben- 
son, L. Weinand & Co., and S. Kd ar.ls. Whole 
sale Agent, Winona; Charles Hawley. Chatheld ; 
D. B Stout. Preston; S. Y. Hyde. Fillmore; 
Charles .Morrill, >'arion; Capf. Mills anilJ.D 
Bun -e. Pleas nt Groe; S. B. Robin-on, Gcue.-a 
Wh.ilehale Agent, address Cliatlield. Min. 

^\l>o— lliiiiliiigioirs Writing Fluid; Howe & 
Stevens' Fainilv I've Colors; Van Dusen's Worni 
Confections ; Van "l)n sen's Magical Blueing; Al 
den's Condi'ion Powders; Talman fe tollins' 
Concentrated !•> tract of Lemon; Talman & Col- 
lin^' I eathi r I'ri'servative; Dutcher's Dead Shot 
for Bed Bugs; Sleepers Lighming Fly Killer. 
M.IY dk .TE.liK.'*. St. Paul, 
mvjr-lv Wlnde.sale and Retail Agents. 



Tlie I?re«s Printiner Oo, 

Have in successful operation the larccst and most 

oonip ete Bindery In Minnesota, embracing the 
aest and most improved machinery. Employing 
mly competent ai d careful workmen ai d u:;5ng 

rhe best i« aterial, they hope to continue to give 

latisfaction to all. 

PATER RULEiT'tG ORDEU. 

.VND TO ANY PATTEKN, 

LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOUTUfAL", COM- 
MERCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS. AND 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KINP, 

MADK IX THE BFST MANSER. 

Old Boolis I^e-Boiiiid. 

MAGAZISKFi, PFIilODICALS, 
MUSIC. Ace, &o.. 

Bound in Any Style Desired, 

[•'rom the lowest priced work to the highest s ylg 
of the art. 



BOOK AND JOB PRINTIhO. 



S».-neer, deceased, to satisfy the debts against 
llie .saides ate: . .. ,, . 

Now therefore. I do hereby give notice that 
und-i and pursuant ti.the oiderof the s :|dC..;irt. 
1 « til Oiler lor sale iind will sell at public auction 
to 'he highest bill br for eash. at toe IVo.it door 
of til." oiiit House, in the city O' St. Paul, in 




Xlic Press PrintiiitfT Co. 

In order to keep pace with their rapidly increa- 

ing business are constantly extending their f •• 
•ilities for Book and .loh Printing. They ha\e 
ecently introduced .Steam into their establish 
ner t, and put up another of 

JOE'S L.\RGE CYLINDER TRESSES. 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 

BOOKS, 1».\MI'HLETS, BRIEFS, 

i'OSTERS, PROGRAMMES, BILLHEADS 

BLANKS. BILLS OF LA1>ING, 

CIR< ULARS, 

And every other description of 

PLAfy AST) OIlSAMKSTAl. mSTIS'J 

At moderate rates aud at short notice. 



\TICUIGAN 



CIMRAL 

ROAD. 



RAIL 






to fuliill the contract in ncrordance wi b the terras 
of his proi osltlon ; and that, should Ills proposi- 
tion be ace. ped, he will at once enter into a con- 
tract in accordnnr" tbetewiih. Should the con- ' " ' :;"""7,r""tl!e"oriih-\vest' .lUiirii-r, containing 
t ran bi- awarded him, we are prepared to become , ^1^^^^; ^^,^^, . .^,,„^ ,,,p „orth-we~t quarter of the 
bis securities. ' ^ou'h-ea-^t quarter, containing forty '<cns; al.«o. 



til- said rouiry ./f Rum ey, at ten o'clock Iu the 
forenoon, on Tuesda\, the seven h lay of July, 
,\ 11. \><>\. in the oifler named, the folhoiiuK de- 
scribed ple.vs and piic'ls of land situate iu .said 
county «>f Raiusej, to wit: 

'I he south east quarter of the north-west qvia-- 
tr. eontaini g foity acr.s; h1?o, the norili-easf 




_...^ ^ , 8hlpmentf— 3,000 brU Cour; 34,000 bus wheat; 

and a.s they would, doubtJeiui, draw largo | iM.ooo bun com. 



_'ropo»als to bo endorsed " Proposals for wooa „„d ;,ppurtei 
and H.v," and addressed to Captain E. B. Car- , r>ory^^^^^^^;^ ,,,,, 
linf, A.Q. M. KOBEUT P- EEAM^, 

E. B. CARLING, Administrator of the estate of 

Jr3I-td Captain and Chief Quartermaster. • fj»l2-8w »eth P. Spencer, deceased. 



For IlMtm. ."♦lUe. ■Soach*'*. -%••«•. B«^ 
Riis;!*. .■»B«»lli«' *•» Fiti-». %Vo«»II«*u«, &«.. 
mii«<'«:tf» on l*luula,I''oMU. .Ininuala, &c 

Put up in •r)C,ri'>c and $ 1 Boxes, Bottles and FU^k« 

5: ;aiid #5 lor llotds, Ptildir /ustitatious, <jv. 
"Only Infallible remedies known." 
" Free from I'oisons." ,, „ 

•' Not dangerous to the Human Family. 
" Rats come out of th-'ir holes to die. 

«a- .Sold Wholesalo in all large cities. 

Sold bv all Druggists *nd Retai ors erervwliere. 

**- ! ! ' Bkvvaik ! 1 1 of all worthless imitations. 

«> See that "CosTAit's" names is on each Box, 
Bottle and Flass, before you buy. 

«3- Address MEXHIT M. CO»TA». 

^ PKlNCll-AL DKl-OT 48^^ P^.^^'^^^AV^i^ ' ^ ' 

Vf Sold by 



ap30-d&w6iu 



DAY It JENKS, 
Wholeaale and Retail AgenU, 
&t, Paul, MlnBeaeto. 



Oreat; Cent nil Rotito 

I 

To New York, Xew England and the 
Canad.as. 

Onandafter SUNDAY, Ajiril !:»ih. lfM>3,tralas 

le^ive the Great Central Union Depot, foot of Lake 

stneet,af follows: 

>.^0 «. ■«.— Dav Express (Except Sundav.~ 
arrives at Detroit at <>.■.•« p. v., 
hu-^pi'nsion Bridge fct .1.'>eA. >t.. 
Albany, 3.e<> i'. v, , New York, 
8. j 1'. M.. Boston, U ir. 1-. M. 

f.l» p. Mi.— Nicht FxprtssC Except Saturdaysl 
arrives at l>e»roit at O.OoA.M., 
SusiH>nsioR Bridjre, 4.50r. >i., Al- 
bany, 4.^5 A. M.. New York. lO.li 
A. .M., Boston, '.'.vo r M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. <". Railroad, leave 

Chicago at TUlo a. m.. Mail Train ; r.J5 r. M. Fast 

Express. 
The ".15 P.M. train b'avingChicairo runs through 

to Cincinnati without change of ear.s or K-igcag--. 

ri;ttan*s p»tent ventilatohs 

On Cars of Day Express Train's. 

Patent Sleepinif Cars on yiciht Trainf. 

M»^K*tt*' Ch4>ckvd Throag-ta. 

Jig- Through tickets for sale at all Principal 
Itailroad Offices in the West, at the '"«»neral Office, 
corner Lake aud Dearborn streets, funder the 
Tremout House.) Chicago, and at the Depot . 

K. N. RICE, (^neral Snp«>rintondent. 
H.C. WEVTWORt H, 
my5-tf Gen'l Western Pass. Ag't. Chicago' 

/CORDAGE AND LEAD ITFE— 

JUST RECEIVED. 
And for aalc low, by 
Jel4-tf NICOLS, DEAN k'SO.