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ITIBGINIA HOTEL,
ST. LOUtS Mi).
S*\!3SOLUTION ot Partnership—The co
partnership heretofore exiting between
|he undersigned, under ihe spyle of SPARK
GBEER, has been 4his day dissolved H\
''Intttual constn'AI .rfeni iia!:
to Jul
"I
A't .rfem.»tjfia due to ihe
firm hs»e been transferred to John H. Sparr.
Und l.y him nil outstanding ili-Uis vill he ad
listed and paid. JOHN Bl'AKll,
Under the late firm, and would teg to as
!.%ure them aud the public, tbty le intends to
continue to m«rit a support Mo the House
by strict attention to the comfort of liis
quests, and moderate charges.
Oct 14 40. JOHN fi 3PARR.
LINN COUNTY INSTITUTE.
1 W. REYNOLDS, A. M. PfUNt IPAI-.
^TPHE first term of this Institution will
commence in Marion on the 2d Mon
in November. The upper and lower
tories of the old Court Huuse are now be
repaired and furnished tor this purpose.
:K*oe i
r,
It is designed to give facilities to young
^gentlemen and ladies which no other insti
tution in theTerritoiy has heretofore aflorJ
*d.
There will be a Primary department ot
tached which will entirely withdraw.to a
Separate room, the contusion occasioned
l»y small scholars. An extensive Philosoph
ical Apparatus and well selected Library are
already provided, and arrangements are
vinade tor a Cabinet of Mineral and other
natural objects. Assistant Teachers are en
gaged to supply any d*-ocieney.
The term will consist ol iWenty weeks at
the following
RATES OF TUITION:
In the Primary depaitment, jffcOO
Orthography, Elocution, Writing,
Ariihmetc and Accounts, 5 00
Eoglish Grammer, Composition and
Modern Geography, 5 50
Ancient Geography, History, various
branches ot .Mathematics, Nasural,
Mental and Moral Philosophy, As
tronomy, Chemistry Botany, Rhet
oric, Logic, &c, with use of &pp«
ratus, 8 00
Languages, 9 00
Book-keeping, business forms, Stenogra
pby Mathematical, Perspective and Archi
tectural Drawing and Painting, on reasons
ible terms according to time devpted.
There will be a course of Lectures during
rtheterm (in the evening) in which the most
(important principles ol Natural Science will
be explained and illustrated by experiments
.and use of apparatus for which pupils who
attend will be chaiged no more than will
-xover the expense.
Every pupil will be required to maintain
•ji good moral character, and respect and ob
-serve the Rules of the Insitution.
Board may be obtained for from #1 00 to
,#I 50 per week, applicatiob being made to
«4he Principal.
Dr. Reynolds would respectfully say to
•the citizens of Linn County and others con
cerned, that he has at the solicitation ol sev
eral of your respected fellow citizens, con
sented to attempt the establishment of a
Literary Institution at your county seat.—
He has spent a few weeks ihere and become
satisfied that no place in lie Territory pos
sesses better advantages He asks no fa
vors or encouragements beyond what on
•etrict examination, he may*
be found to nier
.it, and relying on your candor and desire to
promote the cause of education, be respect
fully asks your co operation an patronage.
Ijanlz & Rajs
Manufacturers Frcnck Burr •Millstones,
and Dealers in Bolting Cloths
BURLI5GT0N, r0WA.
Millstones made to ordt r, and a constant
supply on band. Screen wire, hoiiting
screws and mil! irons, furnished at the short
est notice, and warranted :pf the best qualio
T*Pee
10. '45—ly,
NOTICR.
IWDTfCE is hereby given, that letteis of
administration upon the estate of WM
L. GILBERT, late i( Joiinson county, de
ceased, have been gtantcd by the Probate
Court of Johnson county, ,io :'aroline Gil
bert, James P. Carleton, and Morgan Iteno
All persons indebted -to sai estate are here
by called upon to make immediate payment,
as the estate MUST arid sit w.r. be settled as
flocn as the law will enable ns to do so.
Those having claims
.against said estate will
present them, duly authenticated, for settle
meat. If the debts dje the estate are not
paid within one monjlh from date, they will
•be placed in the bands of proper officers for
.collection
CAROLINE GILBERT, Adm'x,
jJAS. P. CAltllKTON, a i
JMORGAN RE \f,
«L„JH
ALOK7,) GREEN.
Si. Lous.'Ottober 13, IS-Wi.
il^HE undersigned having. ly purchasing
his late partner's interest, become sole
fcknowleJgmentsa'xiveand
roprielor of the Housl. would avail
imself of the occasion tiller his grateful
to Ins pa funs vnd friends
•. "^fho hare so kindly patronised the House
ra
the estate of W.tn. L. Gilbert, dee'd.
Dec. 31. ib45 n47
ME Rc A NTTUE ITE fo¥M
PJtOOHISMVE.
Ifriendx,
RCSPECTPVT.LT tender rny tbanks to my
and customers, for the very liberal
patronage, they have bpen pleased io confer
upon me and beg to s&sure the in that the
favors so liberally bestowed, rhail not fail
HI stimulating me to redoubled exertion to
meet an increase of that confidence essential
to secure permanent friendship.
I am prepared to receive all kinds of pro
duce in exchanges for goods or money.
1 have on hand a large .Mock of Yankee
Brass and Wooden CIGCIB, which will be
«o!d at greatly redutffd crices,
GEORGE ANDREW'S.
TAX NOTICE.
ciiLzent of Johjisisn co'inly are here-
i si by nr tifled that Ijwill attend at my of
iSceon College,between (Minion and Capitol
Streets, to receive taxeij (111 the first of J.inu
nry next. "All taxes tjuo arid unpaid on tne
first of January, fr Ike previous year, will
draw interest at the ra:t of fifiy per cent
for the first year they S3J:I!I so temain unpaid
find one hundred per cent for the second
year," and all tax*s no
ttpa id by the sfcond
week in January I ihail proceed to collect
according to law.
THOMAS SNYDER. T. 3. C.
Iowa City, Octobpr 29^h, 1845—38
~XulI\ ISTHAT0H S N()TICET
I^OTICE is hereby gii|en, ihat letters of
administration on the" estate of David G.
'Sly, late of the county of Johnson, in the
Territory of Iowa, deceased, have been
jgianted to the undersigned, by the Probate
X^ourt of said county. All persons having
claims sgainst said eeate, are hereby notifi
ed to present them according to law for set
tlement, and all those indebted are request
ed to make immediate payment,
WM. W/WOODS, Arfm'r.
J»B4)ar, 7, 1845. 45 3t
5
Democratic Review.
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S1NGL COP*, TWBXTT-riVE t1».
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npHE price of the DEMOCRATIC Revitw
has heretofore been too high—not for its
S'ze, cost, and character, but lor the means
of tens ol thousands of readers who would
be ghd to receive it, and among whom it
is highly deniable that it should circulate.
For the purpose, therefore, of largely widen
ing the range of its usefulness, and of mirl
liplyiug the numbers of those to whom it
may be accessible, it has been determined,
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This very large reduction in the receipts
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outset only a small reduction in its number
of pages soon to be restored to its old num
ber, without increase of price, when the an
ticipated succets of the experiment shall
justify it.
The portraits of distinguished democrats
will be coutinued. engraved in better and
more costly siyle than heretofore.
The postage will hereafter, for any dis
tance, be only five and a half eenlt it has
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cents.
VVe look for an extension of circulation to
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sult and compensation of this great reduc
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ies are ordered at once, the price is brought
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These rates aflbrd high inducements to
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The cash system and payment in advance
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past relaxation of it has caused an accumu
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the work. Hereafter, this must be wholly re
formed) nor must either tbe most eminent
political friend, or the most iniimate person
al one, be displeased on experiencing its ap
plication, in the stoppage of their numbers.
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rangements with whom, as publisher have
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J. L. O'SULLIVAN,
July. 1845. 136 Nassau steet, N. Y.
Lat Likeness of Gen. Jackson.
The admirable Daguerreotype of Gen
Jackson, taken by Anthony. Edwards, fy
Co., a tew weeks before his death, has been
purchased for the use of the Democratic
Review. It is in the bands of the artist,
and will be engraved in the finest ityle of
mezzotint, of extra size. It is a most beau
tiful and interesting work, declared by Mr.
Van Buren aud others to give a more per
feet idea r-f the good and great old man than
any other likeness and ought to be possess
ed and framed by every friend who loves or
reveres his iremory. Those who subscribe
early, will receive it as one of the regular
portraits.
To the Democratic Preu.
Out friends of the democratic preas an*
requested to interest themselves in aiding to
carry the work safely and successfully
through the crisis of this great reduction of
price. Every editor inserting this prospec
tus, with an editorial notice, (and sending a
copy of the paper marked,) diall receive ihe
Review for a year.
CINCINNATI ADVERT,SMENTT
JOHN JONES, Cin. CALEB JONES. Phil.
1" D. & C.JONES, No. 19, Pearl Street,
Cincinnati.
TO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
MERCHANTS. The undersigned beg
leave to call the attention of Southern and
Western Merchants generally, to their very
large and exiensive assortment of Dry
Good?, procured direct from the Importers,
Manufacturers and Agents, and selected
with especial reference to the wants of tho
Trade, and which thev pledge themselves te
sell on the most favorable terms of tha
largest jobbing houses in the east.
They are now receiving large invoices tf
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS
and will be prepared, at all times, to sell
orders in their line wiih despatch.
Merchants, who have been in the habit of
procuring their supplies from Boston, New
York. Philadelphia, or Baltimore, are par
ticularly invited to call and examine their
stock before visiting the Eastern cities.
J. D. & C. JONES,
Aug., 1815 (29) No. 19, Pearl street.
Administrators' Hale.
NOTICE is hereby given, by virtue of an
order of the Probate Court of Johnson
county, I. T., we will ofTer at public sale,
on Saturday, the 17th day of Januaiy, 1846,
all the personal property of Win. Gilbert,
late of Johnson county, deceased, consisting
of three Horses, one two horse wagon, one
cow. a law libiary, and a number of other
articles, too numerous lo mention.
TERMS or SALE—Tor all amounts of five
dollars and under, cash in hand fcr all sums
over five dollars, nine months credit, upon
the purchaser giving note with approved «e
cur iy.
No property to be taken away, until terms
of sale are complied wiih.
CAROLINE GILBERT. Adm'x,
JAS. P. CAULETON, 1
MORGAN RENO, fAUmra.
Iowa City, Dec. 31. 1845 47
So S£Ta
HCity,
AVING permanently located in Iowa
for the purpose of Practicing Med
icine, respectfully offers his professional ser
vices lo the inhabitants of the city and its
vicinity.
OFFICE on Clinton sireet, two doors
north of Holt's store, where.he may be found
at all limes, unless professionally engaged
All calls promptly attended at abort notice.
Juoe 1845-19 i
i
NEW PROSPECTUS
or THE
IOWA CAPITAL REPORTER.
AK equal interest in the CAPITAL RE
PORTER press, having been disposed otto
GARRET D. PALMER,lateof the Ohio Dem
ocratic press, who has associated him
self with Ann AH
The various departments of Literature,
Agriculture, Foreign, Domestic, Political
and Miscellaneous news, will each re
ceive its due share of attention. By a
change in our publication day, which was
made a few weeks since, so as to take ad
vantage of the arrival and departure of the
mails, Ave are now enabled to lay tlie Re
porter before our readers, replete with all
the interesting items oi curxent news at a
very early day after its transpiration.
While we will aim to blend the instruc
tive and amusing- the grave and the gay
—we will admit nothing in cur columns,
but that which is ot the most unexception
able character in its moral tone and ten
dency. Our litcary and miscellaneous
selections shall be in consonance with tbe
most correct and refined taste, and such
as will exert a purifjing snd an elevating
influence upon public sentiment.
Though our first object is, to render the
most efficient service to the cause of De
mocracy and equal rights, yet we are de
termined, also, to identify the Reporter
with the general interests and advance
ment of the new, but fertile, thriring and
promising Territory of Iowa and to con
tribute, in no small degree, to the pros
perity and happiness of its citizens.
We would merely state, in conclusion,
that it is our intention, so soon as the pat
ronage shall warrant the expenditure, to
make some very important and material
improvements in our sheet.
TERMS:
The terms of subscription will be some
what reduced in tbe aggregate, from the
old ones. They are as follows:
One year, payable in advance, $2 00
within six months, 2 50
'M after the expiration
of six months and
within the year, 3 00
after the expiration
of the year, 3 50
Six months, payable in advsfccii, 1 00
If not paid in advance, I 50
Three months, payable in advance,. 60
cents, or the same for any less period.
"V*" i
AM H. PALMER in its pub­
lication, it will in future be conducted by
them jointly, and published weekly as
heretolbre.
The Reporter will be especially devot
ed to the advocacy and promulgation of
sound democratic doctrincs, and will aim
to securc harmony of sentiment, and con
cert of action among the Democracy,
throughout our Territory, or prospective
State. The importance to our party of a
straight forward, feariess, spirited and effi
cient champion of its cause, located at the
Capital, must be apparent to all, and can
not be toe strongly urged upon the con
sideration of our friends. More especial
ly is such an organ demanded at the pres
ent crisis, when Iowa is about to cast off
the parental authority o1 the General Gov
ernment, and take rank with her sister
states nor is that necessity any the less,
but rather greater, from the fact that the
Democracy are in the asccndant inasmuch
as that ascendancy imposes the weightiest
obligations upon our party. We would
express the hope that our fellow demo
crats throughout the Territory, will evince
a due appreciation of these facts,by prompt
ly responding to our appeal for their
aid and support, to sustain us in our ef
forts fully to supply that demand.
A. H.&G.D PALMER.
N. B. Produce will be icceivedin pay
ment of subscription at the oflice, and at
such other points where arrangements can
be made for disposing of it.
GLASGOW HOUSE,
BY E. ROHRLYfi,
CORNER or OLIVE AND SLI.UND STREETS,
(Two squares from the River.)
ST LOUIS. MO.
JCf All baggage taken to or from the
steaoibonts free of charge.
Wood! Wood!I
WENTY-FIVE cords of wood wanted
immediately «t this oliice in payment c.f
subscriptions to the Reporter. Old winter
Is corning apace, and as this commodity
is indispensible to piotect us from Jack
Frost, we hope our subscribers u ill prompt
ly respond to the call. Bring that which i«
well seasoned and convenient to use in a
it:7e, not old scraggy logs, so knotty that
the DEVIL lan't split them.
IOWA ITY IHKIiRVr
rm^IIE subscriber respectfully informs
1 the citizens of Iowa City and sur
rounding country, that he has commenceij
business as Baker and Confectioner in
the frame building situated on the Public
Square and corner of Iowa Avenue, where
he will always have on hand an assort
ment of every article in his line of busi
ness^ namely:—Boston Crackers, Butter do
Water do., Soda do., Cakes of every kind,
Candies, and Light Bread warm or fresh
every day. H^tvill also have a general
supply of Temperance drinks of various
kinds, such as Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
Soda Water, and fountain Mead. This
last named drink has attained considera
ble notoriety in all the Eastern cities, as
a pleasant snd healthful beverage, but
more especially for its cooling, revivfyiiig
and puritying influence on the blood, be
ing made from a compound of some of the
most safe, healthful and agreeable rnedi
cines io use.
JAMES STRATFORD.
Iowa City, July 9lh, 1345.
('.iB/.v/i i' n.utt. itoo*ii
WC
EALY rtspectfully ioforms his
friends and the public generally, tbai
he coniinurs to carry on the above business
on Collegp Street, between Clinton and Du
buque Streets, at the old stand, where be
intends to keep consianly on hand an assort
ment of
CABINET WARE,
ofthc most fashionable patterns, all of which
lie will sell as low if not lower than any
made in the city. Tersons wishing furni
ture will do well by giving rne a call before
purchasing elsewhere.
All kinds of produce and lumber will be
taken inexchange lor furniiure.
N. CCFFIN* will be made at the short
est notice, and at one duller per foil,
Iowa City, Oct 1st, 1915.
5®* &">
IOWA CAPITOL REPOK'J ER
IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, i
A. H. 4c «. PAL JI Eft.
TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION.—Two Dollar*
per annum in advance, or Three Dollars ai
the expiration of six months, and if payment
be delayed until the end of the year. Four
Dollars will be required One Dollar for six
months if in advance, and if not, One Dollai
and fifty cents must be paid.
J£y*No paper discontinuc-u until arreara
ges are aid, except at the option of the pub
lisher.
RATES OP-ADVERTISING.—For a square o
twelve lines, first insertion, $1,00 each sub
quent insertion, 50 cents—larger ones in
of insertions, will be continued until ordered
out, and charge accordingly.
Liberal deductions made to yearly ad
vertisers.
IL3" Letters addressed to the editor, in
order to receive attention.MUST BE POUT PAID
BUSINESS CARDS.
PLAIN AND FAJTCY
PIIAMPTTLFITS,
CIRCULARS,
•HAND BILLS,
CARDS,
Reference»
J^.'b
E
nn
&CO Bloomin
S
ton I
"*,U
T. I. REED & SONS. ...
J. 2. BUCKLES, Louisville,
ROGERS & BROTHER ..
r. r, Cincinnati, Ohio.
hVAS UAITHER.
WOODS, CHRISTIK & CO.
ALDRICH, PARKIIAMSC. CO.
BEALH. RLCHANDSON&CO.
DORSEY & NELSON. $
BUDDF.CH, WOODS, Co., New Orleans, La.
St.Louis MO.
June 1,1844. 21
E N A I N E S
J\"o. 7G Chesnut Street,
ST. LOUIS MO.,
Western General Jlgeni Jor all the
S A I Y I I N S
Offers to Dealers and others thr fallowing
FLIGHLT POPULAR AND VALUABLE MEDI­
CINES
Wistai'n Balsam of Wild Cherry. Rev.
I. Covert's Balm of Life, Hay's Liniment,
Humphrey's I'tle Ointmeot. Dr. William
son\ Pain Soother, Briie's Rheumatic Lini
ment and Pills, Ve^etah!** Persian Pills, Dr.
Siarkwciher's Hepatic E ixir. Dr Halsted's
Magnetic Remedies. Bristol's Sarsa ,arilla.
Gridlev's Tetter Ointment. Fahnestock's
Vermifuge, Jew David's or Hebrew Plaster,
Dr. Halst»»d'i Brisk Pills.
Curtis Kates,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR, AT LAW AND
SOLICTOR IN CIIANCEY.
Iowa City, Iovca
E. IS- Kl\SO\,
Forwarding and Conunission Merchant,
Dealer in
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
Front Sirept, Bloomingloa.
EASTI MOKKIS
jTTOJtt.vi .i JL./ir,
IOWA CITY, IOWA TtR.
Office on the north s.de of Capitol Square,
one door east of Swan's Hotel.
Oct. 5, 1844.
1. M. PRESTON^ 8. C. HASTINGS,
Marion. Bloomington,
Frexton A* Hastings,
A TI'OlvNEVS and Counst-llorb ai Law.
will pracnce in the Supreme and Dis
trict Courts ol the Territory of !ow.
June 13, 1844—23y
DR. S. R. CRUMMEY
ITtrOULD respectfully olTer his profes
sional services to tne citizens of Iowa
City and its vicinity. Office one door east
of the coiner of Washington and Clinton
streets, formprly occupied ty Dr. lilies.
June I, 1811 21
JAMES MACKINTOSH,
Bookbinder, towa *ityy
OPPOSITE HURRAY'S STORE.
Old Books and Periodicals bound in the
neatest style and at the shortest notice.
SCIIULL & WILLIAMS,
SO Ol MARKKT ST*, I'illL A, PA
hKP constantly on hand a large and
general assortment of
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goodsr
Which they are desirous of selling on liber
al terms to Western-Merchants.
April 1815.
Dr. ft. €». Sales,
|"|F the~l.4le firm ol Hhss and Sales.'woutd
respectfully infottn ttie citizens of l6'va
Ciiy and vicinity, ihat'he will continue ine
practice of iVh'dicioe and Surgery in all their
v.trious branches. A good assortment o!
Medicines constantly on hand
jn^Offlce one door east of Swan's Hotel.
July 16 h—26
CURTIS BATES, JOHN BTM».
Iowa City. Wapeltti,
a e s & i
A TTOUNISYS and Councellors at Law.
and Solicitors in Chancery, will practice
in ihe .Supreme and District Courts of the
Territory of Iowa
A-tt professional business entrusted to their
care w:ll be promptly attended to.
Oct 15,18-15. 37 v
XWTiLKER
leturmng his sin
jj1HE subscriber after
cere thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore bestowed upon him, would re
spectfully inform the citizens of Iowa City
and ihe surrounding country, ihat he has re
duced his prices for CABINET WARE
and that he is prepared to make to order any
article connecied with his line, at such
prices as will suit the limes.
Produce and Lumber will betaken inex
hange for work.
His SHOP is on Clinton street, one door
norih of Davidson's Blacksmith shop where
he hopes his old friends and the public gen
erally will give him a call.
N,iJ -'Co8ins mads in ilieshortefi notice.
PETER ROBERTS.
JU IS4. 21-y
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
ivGAR. CO'ATEb
EED NOT FORCE THfi.VI TOWN.
pies will please read the following, never bp
fore published—Facts regarding the SU
GAR COATED IMPROVED" INDIAN
VEGETABLE PILLS, for Consumption,
Colds, Rheumatism, Dvspepsia and Fevers:
proportion. Advertisements sent lo the r.ffice with a bad cold, weakness in my chest and
for insertion, without designating the number
Having been attacked some months smcr,
1
THE oflice ol the Reporter being well
supplied with a great variety of JOB TYPE,
the Publishers are prepared to execute in
the neatest style,
^rtnltng,
UK it».'TJ6.mn©¥B18IRAS50I8P8fl
SUCH AS
BOOKS,
HORSE-BILLS,
LABELS,
BALL TICKETS,
JUSTICES' BLANKS,
BLANK DEEDS, iiT
JOHN R. BKNNEIT,
Forwarding ami i'onmiissian
•lirrrhattl
AND DEALER IN PRODUCE,
FBOST STREET, BLOOMIMOTOK, IOWA.
loss of appetiie, I used Wright's Indian Veg
etable Pills, but grew worse, with edd
sweets at night could not sleep and believ
ed I was in a consumption. 1 procured a
tox of Dr. Smith's Sugar Coated Improved
Indian Vegetable Pills, which restored my
health within six days, and I believe to be
the best lemedy I ever used.
GEO W. GRANGER.
Cambridge, October 19, 1841
Extract from A. G. Page's letter dated
Bath, Januaiy 21st, 1845.
Tbe Sugar Coated Indian Vegetable Pills
you sent me sell well and give good satisfac
tion. They sell better than any I have had.
Extract from Levi Borreti's letter dated
Canaan, Me.. Feb. 8, 1845.
The Pills which I received of you have
given such universal satisfaction where they
have been purchased, and the sale has been
Mr. J. P. SMITH, of Gloucester, states
you sent a short time since are nearly all1
sold, and cive universal satisfaction
The following letter Irom the South f-how*
in what high esiirnation these P.I s are he d:
Harper's Ferry, V.. April 21,1545.
Dr. II. \V. AnJrews—Sir: 1 an» in want
of more "Sugar Coated Indian Vegetable
Pills." I have not one in Ihe store. Tlrere
has been much sickness, and as I have been
much engaged, the Pi Js lun out before I
was aware of it. They are well liked here
Yoms, wuii respect,
asenj Smith, M. —Dear Sir: I here
wiih send you a draft on Messrs. Srvilt,
Bnggs &. Co. and you will please send n:e
that amount in the "Sugar Coated Improved
Indian Vegetable pills. I have but 2 10-12
hall doZf-n on hand of the last 22 gross 1
send ycu the enclosed ietttr from Mr, Grid
let. Yours. &,c.
"tt NV. ANDBEWS. Druggist.
FROM THE WEST.
Extract from Messrs & J. Hill's letter
dated
Detroit, March 20 IS45.
Dr. Smith—Dear Sir We received this
day per express, 14 gr .«s of your 'Sugar
Coated Irdian Vegetable Pills, which came
very ap, ropos —we had been out of them
for some time, anil tbe calls for item had
been very frequ^ nt. All who ive ca ltd a
second time speak oi these Pills in the high
est tetius and wiun our supply was running
down, those who came for one bt.x wouhi
take four or Gvp. We have the highest o
pinion of your Pilts and it affords us peculiar
pleasure to sell a medicine that givts such
universal satisfaction.
Th° above are only a few of the numer
ous letters which are daily received, of the
great popularity and success of these truly
excellent pills. They are the best medicine
for the above complaints that are sold, and
in every case that they have been tried have
given universal satisfaction and should be
kept as a family medicine by every one.—
We only ask a trial of ihem to convince the
most skeptical of the truth of these asser
tions.
The direction and treatment of the disease
accompany every box. Price 25 cents per
box.
The great celebricy of these excellent pills
has induced several envious persons to make
what they call Sonar Coaled Pills, and they
are nothing but Alotsj—in fact ihey coal
anything just lo sell.
'"he irue 'Sugar Coated Indian Vegetable
Pil's" have ihe wriiten sutiiaiure of
BENJ. SMITH, on every box. Principal
office nr?"
179 Greenwich street, New York
Price 2"' cents per box.
Aho—Sold by Theodore Sanxay, Iowa
Ciiy John Dougherty, Washington. Wash
ington coumy J. A. Siewart, McCIure-
Mill, Washington couniy, Iowa
REMEMBER, we shall hold every
man responsible who sells a box of "Sugar
Coated Pills," not bavin? on it the prime
and wriiten signature of G. Benjamin Smith
0
N.
street, opposite the steamboat landing, and
refitted it" with new furniture, would respect-1 Pnv,le.R®s
O S E U S
INEWS.
OF TILT
NEW YORK
1
'It is now one year since the publie«»fei
|of he JVetw was commenced and lis en
i trance upon another year of existence is a
Cuing period to recall to the public mind the
The sole editorial control of ihe JVewj
wilt remain wiih Mr. JOHN L. O'SULM
VAN, one of its proprietors. He will con
tinue to be assisted by THOMAS P. KKT
TEI.I.. whose attention will particularly de
voted to monetary and commercial affairs
in connection with which subjects he has
attained, during his association first with the
Herald and since with the JYewi, a wide
and most distinguished celebri'y. The val
uable services of Mr. RICIIAKD SUTTON
have also been secured, with a view of
earning for the News a reputation .'or early
so uniform that I thought best to request lurilier notice of his ability unnecessary—
you to send me on some more of them im though it is well to add that he has associa
mediately. ted with him several gentlemen also well
Extract from W. N. Packard's letter uated_ known in newspaper life. An accou.plish
Monson. Mass. Jan. 22. 1845.
e
,|
Sir—Enclosed is the payment of the last i
Pills. You will please send me by expiess
schoIar
rgry
parl
another lot, say 6 or 8 dozen: they give good within that range.
satisfaction. 1 have not on hand more than Th
6 boxts and do not wish to be out of them \j\'CKB
and writer, of high rank in lite»
circles, will have the direciion of such
of (he topics of the Nvst as may fall
e
typographical department of the
w
one day. 'JOSEPH'!'. CROYVELI.. P. practical printer,
Extrac from Dan'l Taft & Son's letter dated
ji| he under the supervision of Mr
ani) ne 0
j,s
pr0prjetors.
Taftsville, Vt. Feb. 6, 1845. spared to place it in first rank of Ameri
Your Pills were received a few days since i
C!in atw9paptrs
birth show atike
that he hits sold all, and wishes 8 uczen i jn»r paironuge and subscribiion list, and de-
more immediately, and they give such uni-
man( mir
versal satufaciion that he has determined 1 in its size. The publication price,
to sell no oliier kind of Pills.
Mr A. ALLEN, ot Palmer Depot, Kfat»»o jieretofore. They art: to city subscritiers,
Mhat he was very thankful he ws* appointed
agent, as Ins wife has been aninvaid for'
some time, and a box of these pills immedi
IW0
fs a rca(
jy
A M. GRIDLF.R.
Baltimore, April 25, 1815
1
peuiara a anowe
to sell these Pills.
JCy^Examine the signature. 43—10m
I O W A O U S E
JtND GENEIUL S.1TGE OFFICE.
THE
JA.S BORLAND.
Bloomington, Sept 7.
liny and Oats!
ONE
N" effort will be i
for beauty and neatness of]
and we have sold some of them, and also|j res9 I
used some ourselves, and think very favor-j THE MORXING NEWS I
alle of thern, and they are liked by those! pja8 {,een pro$neroui to a degieee wfciefc number, from all pans of ihe West as a bo
who have used them. could hardly have been anticipated' at iis^Y unsurpassed in ability and practical
the enlargement which is this day I
„nt5
a DU
To mai
a
ately cured her also that they had perform-j iWenty dollars a year.
ed alike wonderful cures in the town, and! THE WEEKLY NEWS
was entirely out
ately—was agent ior otner ruis out siiauiu
and wanted more ir.miedi-
he
of
,h)P
0
Please send me immed.ate.y 6 d-.z. Smiths
Sugar Coaled Indian V egetable I ills. I hon
,|
second in point of circulation
W
for other Pills but shauld
t!y
pnpers pu
only recommend these. of New York, not taking the exclusively re
Kxlraci Iram J. L. D.imorth s letter Jated li^ious journals into tin* count. Ii is so
Barnard v t, Jan 11, I -45 generally known, that any comment upon.
t,
w
k!
v
(3
,,
ierils js not nccrt ary
an(
quality of reading matter which it i
•A?
NOTICE
ISJhereby given that the Mill formerly own
by ine Iowa City Manuiactaiing Con
patty, and now owned by Newcomb fc Har
ris will not after ihe 5th of November, be a
Public Mil!, under the mtate regulating
mills and millets. Owing to the low prices of
grain, it has become necessary either to atop
favorable terras upon which its daily and grinding or to make enough to pay our
weekly issues are published to state some hands. We will after the 5th of November,
improvements recently made, and contem
plated and also to refer briefly, for the in
foriuauon of those not acquainted wiih the
paper, to some of the advantages its sub
scribers enjoy.
The News will henceforth be published
for the proprietors by the subscriber. In
every particular of its business manage
ment, its friends and patrons, as well as
those otherwise interesieJ, can rely upon
enure promptness and efficiency.
grind at the following rates.*
For grinding Wheat, per bushel 7 costs
do Rye. do do 7 do
do do Corn, do do
in nn increasing advertis 'Knowledge, by ihose of any other agncoltu-
ra
Pal|l'r*
4-
m'.er—nine cents a week-
subscriber?, fire dollars a year for
sinale enpy, five copies to one addttst lor
15
weI
i however, will remain at the same rates as!"? good paper. and each number accompa-
mission allowed to postmasteis on forward- ty newspaper postage. Bound vols, char
ing remittances, will he paid bv ibis office, I_
anJ the person sending money will he credi 'Crs
three fourths of an acre on the west side
-IT .I i
pi river. There is a laige body ot tun-
river, adjoining and extending below the!
brcast o( flie (lam) can be
'\o iravelliucr nedlars arc allowed i 11 ti i Kiiouctslt? .soitnly—6o.
\o iraieUin
ib terms
tn ati
ling public that he is now prepared for the of Iowa, which, together with the propei
nccommoilaiion of the public in a manner ty above mentioned will be shown to any
which he flatter* himsell cannot lail lo please person applying to tlie President or Secre
tary of said company 8t Iowa City.
]}y order of the board of Directors
His table will be supplied with the best the
market affords, and his stable with all kinds
of grain, under the care of careful and atten
live ostlers. A share of public patronage is
respectfully solicited. His charges are mod
erate, corresponding with the timer.
hundred bushels of oats and two wishing to purchase goods cheap
w
"h ''ie
4
of said rive*, including the abutmer.ts on
a v
6
do
do do Buck-wheat, do 6 do
For grinding we will take any kind of
Produce at what it is worth. Al preaent w*
will give tbe fo'lowing prices:
Good Fall Wheat, 50 cents
Good clean Spring ffheat, 35 dc*,r
Buck wheat, *'24 d«|k?
Corn. w 18 dci v
Should there be My rise is gtaio we
at all at all limes take grain or any kind of
Produce, at ttie highest market price. We
will not bold ourselves accountable for any
bags or grain, unless the bags,have the naml
on them in full of the person who left them.
NEWCOMB 4- HARRIS, Owners.
A. NEWCOMB, Proprietor,
November 3d, 1845
1
and accurate information upon all matters culture, Mechanics and Education.
of in'erest as Rews.and also for a judicious
and varied combination ot reading matter.—
His character as a writer of diversified ta
lent. and fame ai a reporter, render any
IFAlBHOH&e
J'his Periodical is devoted to Western Jlgri*
Published monthly at Chicago. Illinois, by
John S. Wright, containing 24 very large
octavo pages, besides a colored cover with
advertisements' Terms, $1 per annum
6 copies for $3, 13 copies fer §10, invaria
bly in advance. All communioationaraust
be sent fr*e of postage. John S. Wright
and J. Ambrose W.ight, Editors, Vol. 9
1845.
REASONS FOR TAKING IT.
I It i* one of the largest and cheapest
agricultural papers published in the United
Slates. Specimen Nos, sent to those reques
ting them.
2. It is not published for the whole coon
try, but for the especial benefit of western
farmers.
3. Most of the matter is supplied by cor
respondents. more than three hundred in
illustrated with sn abundance or
«ecod engraving? is well piinted
nied with a cover to k?*p ii clean.
5. A full and complete Index is sent at
ihe end of ihe year, muking a volume of a
bout 300 pages, invaluable as a work o^raf
erence,
6. The information contained either OB-
lhe |,ea,! o{
gives, ii is the cheapest 'veekiy paper pub-1 Ccmrr.cn Schools are too inuch neg
liihed in the Utii'.ed Slates, and when it is! lec-tetl in the est, and two or three pages
reinenibere i thai each number contains a i
for Sve copies to one address and fit} a. f^«r
for ten copies to one address,
THE TERMS
Of the Morning and ir'akfy Nttct, its
above stated, will be rigidly adhered lo.—
No attention will be paid to any crder, un
less accompanied by ihe money. The com
are
Vetejinary Department or
pnpers published in the it v i 'Household Affairs," or 'Orchard and Gar.
iden.'is worth several times the cost of the
psper.
7 It contains Chicago Prices Current,
For the quanti
I with ihe air.«t intelligence of New York snct
oiher inctk» !i'
w"h
well executed wood-cut portrait of som0 tlis-! important information concerning ihem.
tingnished Democrat, its unequalled cheap-! It is permanently established and as a
ness of price will be conceded. Its terms ^e^tern paper should receive the undivided
are Si PU a vear for a single copy, $4 a year i^uppor ol western fjimers, particular y as
for three copies to one address 0 a year! ,10-
disseminating the most
ll 18
tak?n
Pronounced by those who hare
it Iruru tiie comnreno ment, aud by the
public press generally, the 0 st ogrico'iural
pa^-er tor western farmers, that is published.
BACE Vor.t'MES. Either or a'i of the first
four volumes—the first two entitled the Un
ion Agri'-ultutist—can be obtained at $1 per
volume, stitched in sirorig covers, liable on-
oost
In,°
Tolu,r s
New Yojfc, August 2M, 1845. himself as fallows, and nrknnwhd ly al
JOHN GUIO.\'.^ who knew him as one oj the most astonl
Pvblimer if mc JSew 1 oil JSevi, ishing curss ever performed.
1 T- A T71 \\T RII T~I IIADDONFIELH, New Jersey. April 20. IS'13.
i'V LI -'YiJ IJJLJ -I
"SHE President nrd Directors of the S,I,"
Iowa Ciiy Manufacturing Comnanv l-'0"',
will sell at private s,!e the whvle of the
water-power, land and improvements be-
,hc
ell doubt the best water power for manu- jaM pains were removed, my cough and
facturing purposes west of the Mississip.!
s
tv.™ t.-nefits nnd
oi lhe c,lart
granted to the|
fully inform the citizens of'Bloomington and ^Manufacturing Companj uyjof ihe Wabjfli River, should be addressed
the suriounding country, as also the travel- the Legislative Assembly of the 1
ernfory
JAJCOB H. STOVERPR«SM»L£
ANSON HART, Secretary,
Iowa City, Aug. 0th, lS-ljj.
It A12 AIXS! It
A K AI S!
[dollars
have for sale Irom lour to five thousand
worth of soods at cost. Persons
will do
~~D
tons of hay wanted at this clHee in pay- well to call in lhe course of 20
.1— n '..J. I JOHNBRO(IW^
ment for subscripiions
Tame hay will be preferr
Reporter.!
&
1345.
binding. To new coui-
ihe
wesl
ted with the full amount he pays to ihe post ro01^1 of inlurmatiou of just the kind they
master. Postmasters will transmit |,{. neeif, which will save them much useless
money, with a statement of the purpose for expenditure.
which it is paid, to tbe Postma ler of New! ?CT Five dollars will pav for toe back
York, who v.* i 11 crrimunicaie the s: rne toi
'hey will supply a
ss,tc!,«d
«t,e.« fflre of the Nucs. All letters relating1
to th* busmen the paper should he ad- i •'Mitolhf'r Miflit1)1 (/tire
dressed to tlie undersigned. ,s The case of Thomas Cozens is related by
and for ,ne h,lh onJ s,,,h
1
JLJIX On or about the 14h day of October, 18
141. I wai iken with a violent pain in the
,1Pf,r lhe
br
I'ver. which enniinued for
five nd was followed
I1,"*
,K """.E-hiug mwardly.
which relieved the nnin Imie, but cause"
!0 hrow ip a
„'rMt
lonqing to sai«I company, consisting of a matter and a!jso much blood. Hcing creatly
dam in the Iowa River, i.fiort'iiig a suhi alarmed at ibis, I applied to a phvsician. but
cient water-power to propel from eighty he said he (BOUGHT IK* could do hut little for
to one hundred pairs of four and a half or. mo except ifive roe some Mercury Pilh.
five feet burrs, two acres of land on the which I refused to take, feeling satisfied they
east side of the Iowa River, and about
by all competent judges who have seen it, also ncized with a violent cough, which at
to be the most beautiful and substantial time* ,caused me lo raise much more blood
structure of the kind in the western conn- ''hanJI had ikne before, and rav disease aon-
Tlic buildings are a fiv.mc trrist-iuiil. !l.
tr\. i ik «nc a ^,11.
rtinning two pairs of burrs, nntl a saw mill
running one saw, with sufltcicn. room iyr
qiJ )tity of offt asjve
,,lli n ma
°y °!iier ,re.medie»
,hfn r5Cured by
7
fe a
(r,tD,ds'
but none done me any good, and me dis-
c)
,,,.od
each Blue. TI.e dam is constructed of ut.j every lew days, and ai last became so
square timber and rock, and is admitted
(.ffen.v.ve'l
nd coJrrupUon gtiU coaUn
could scaicely breathe. I wat
n !1
'his way, sell growing worse unui
bebr ,a,v when
,B|1
h"Pes
•.!«• was given np. and my friends all thoueht I
wou{( dje oj a ?a
two, ana :i lar^e carpenter shop, contig- ^.,s ijioment, when ray life was apparently
UGUS to tho mills. 1
!m properly is locat- drawing near iis close. I heard of Dr. Wit
ed about wo miles above Iowa City, in tar's^Balsam of Wild Cherry and got n bot
one of the most healthy and fertile sections, tie.which re^eved me immediately, and by
of ther Territory of Iowa, and is beyond
,o1 "coveiy
|,
op(ns
consumption. At
of only three ba:t!e of this medicine
"!'"n^ ?Vbk,°?and
,il'ed
will be sola very low, ana upon easy and:one
undersigned havieg leased the ato"e Any company of individuals purchasing
well known STAND, situated on Front, i,.
10
r,f
accomodating tenr.s, so much so as to i county, Thomas Cozens, and being duly af
make it an object to any individual or com-' firmed according to law, saith the abort
pany wishing to invest capital in such bu-J statements Is in all things true.
siness as requires the use of water power, i 1
en«ire|y
i IT pfd,:ar.d .n ittf wcek3 my health was so
JfS OTVl]
„s
stop-
enal(
bered lane extending thirlj or lony niilcs ita(|e (which is a carpenter) and up to this
up the Iowa river, from the dam, whbh time, I have enjoyed good healih.
will, for all time to come furnish a sufH-1 WITKESS-M am acquainted with Mr.
cient quaiitity of limber for all necessary Thoiar-s ("o/irnss and having seen him during
purposes The land on both sides of the i
,e
his
nj
y
e (0 wort a my
think the above statement is en-
.* nrtDDnnptio
pUrchaSed uponL,, UUKKOUGHS.
The above propeityj l»,.rs0„a||y came I,efore me, the subscriber
Ju^nees ot the pence in and for said
HQS, COZENS.
Affirmed before me on the,
I
on the,)'
I843
int ji.
20th day of April
A])
t3
Orders from Dealers South and We»l
BENJAMIN PHELPS.
76 Chesnut St. St Louis Mo.
Sold in Iowa City by THEODORE
SANXAY. In Marion by the firm of M.
R. HOLMES.
NOTICE! NOTICE!!
I" AM now prepared to receive all kinds of
Produce, anil will receive the same at tho
highest market pi ices, delivered at either
place—Iowa City or Bloomington, in pay
ment of all demands due me, if delivered
by the first day of January, 1840.
Those who neglect this notice will find
heir notes and accounts in the hands of
she proper officers for collection.
:r*r- LYMA^H^T.
Ibwa'Citfti. itOf. 26, 1845

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