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Indiana State SuUtiael.
?.. C'ub.i.
There
ffoa opposite the
entrance of
the Gulf of Mexico, an Island strctch
inj from couth-ea.st to north-ivivt
t!ii ou^ !i a spa^c of nearly 700 miles,
•aryia^ in breadth from 70 to 130
miles nnd containing an area ol
ahout «V),003 square miles. A r'ul^e
of mountain* runs through its entire
h-n^tli and divides into two nearly
equal ]arts. From thr*e mountains
numrrona rivers descend, and more
than oini hundred arc said to pour
their chrystal floods over its plains
into tho i?ea. It# soil in fertile to the
last degree, while its mineral wealth
ia almost exhaustlcss. Within its
limits ?a!t may be manufactured suf
ficient for the wants of the world.-—
There, all that we are wont to attach
to a tropic clime as beautilulor valu
able, have been lavished with an un
*pari'i£ hand. As though nature
had determined to dower this Island
with nil the most enhancing gifts
in hur store-house, she has bestow
r. I ':,ySn it all that may gratify
the palate or minister to the wants
Brftr tho rich hues of all glorious things'
nnd the animal, with the vegetable
kingdom, partakes the fulnens of a
glorious life. Tlmt Island is Cuba.
We read that of the old wiles of the
iserpant made Eaden desolate, and
to the shame of the new world be it
npoken,the slime of an equally ac
curscd reptile is upon the soil of
Cuba. The air of her mountain* is
pure but is not free the breath of her
citmn-groves is laden with the taint
of deppolis n—tho hist? of the serpents
is heard amid her orange bowers—
the Queen of the Antilles is in chains
nor has she since the dawn of her
civilization known one hour of Free
dom. For three centuries nnd more
ehe has worn the fetters of Spain.
The footsteps of the Spaniard arc
heard no more on his once broad
North American domain—South
America ca.it off his sovereignty long
ago—Cuba said her Bister Islands
are all that is left of that magni
ficient empire, which he purchased
with rivers of blood and long years
of untold barbarity. As possessions
after possessions have glided from his
eway, his tyrant grasp has tightened
nio.-i and more upo 1 unhappy Cuba,
[and he to-day holds her with a more
than a miser clutoli. And well he
jay, for through .ages of oppression,
ias reaped from her a harvest of
Founted wealth.
But the hour of her liberation is at
'hand—the dawn of the morning of
Freedom brightens in the horizon of
Cuba. The death-knell of the hoary
dc.-potism which has so long crushed
her energies and dwarfed her prog
ress has been sounded. That glo
rious mission—to work out her re
demption and regeneration is ours.
It is ours by position, ours from the
very nature of our institutions, ours
by destiny. It is not so much that! i^m, until hardly a chu
wc have need ol Cuba, as that Cuba i
has need of us. llow her rcdemp
tion i« to be worked out, it matters
not to indicate—let us hope it may
be peaceful. Those mole-eyed poli
ticians who contend that we have
territory enough, may its wt 11 make
up their minds to it soon as late.—
Cuba will be o-tr.v, and that at no dis
u day. God grant we be not cal
1 upon to be her avengers, or terri-
11 be h» v rptribti'ion.
Nov
'TLWB POR Mas. S..V.I I ••..
n .. 1 ?—A Air. .' i •..•
who iMi.ac to this country Iron Sivii/.
rrlan with the llritish Army in tlu
Revolutionary War, dirtl in Alont*
gonury county, I'l r.ii.-yKanin worth
abotit £•'}which he bruueathed
to hi.-' oiillateral rclaliotis, ho hating
no children. Among these he gave
to hin sister AJary iiloom, or to her
n onc-Iif'th jmrt—-about .$15,000.
Hl'wrn it two children one,
"\bcth, married a man named
Tinyder, and many years ago they
"loved to thi? western country, s«p
to Ohio. Airs. Snyder \va
eaid to have been heard from about I
Tlio particulars can b« learned
from John Stcrigere, Norristown,
Montgomery county, Penn^ylvanin,
or Iro:n Win. Lawrence, Bellefontain,
Ohio.
As Mrs. Snyder is son\evvherc in the
western States,
Wcsti
rn papers will
•onfer a favor by copying thia.
nCTThe oldest living Prin'er ia the
United States, is a man named Car
ley, in Vorkvillfi, S. C. lie worked
with lien Ku^sell on the Boston Cen
tintl, half a century ago, and he yet
•Cts type by candle light and id 97
years of ago.---Boston 1 itnea.
flyThc Russian Government baa
established a Consulate General at
Jh« Sandwich island^
'X:%
Out Consul at Havana.
man, while she has ado-tied up, and feeling his throat with bis
hat is most beautiful in I hand, "that would have cost them the
nd in vegilation. There, I island, and tlicy hardly think am
imcs close in the foot worth that!'
a Sjmmer that never die^.
JV ltero, Oriental verdure and tropic
'lLu a siuile perennially under the
rays of a southern sun. There--
"St:*? itjo bright bird* on their guidon wingtt
A correspondent of the New \ork
Times, writing from New Orleans
under date of the 'JUd ult., says:^
lion. \Vm. L. Sharkey, U. s. Con- i WILLIAM PATTKB, Auditor
sul at Havana, arrived here yester-
marked that had he been present at jo^
the last time the Crescent City enter
ed Havana, he would never have
submitted to .the indignity of confer
ring with Capt. l'orter at a distance,
under the surveilance of Spanish si
Mr. r. Sessions arrived here from
the Salt Lake Valley the forepart of Jefferson
last week. He it there in Septem
ber, with seventy-two others sent out
as missionaries to various parts of Linn
the eastern world. lie represents the
Territory of Utah in a prosperons V[' ihaSska'.
condition, the increase of population Muscatine
during the present seas-on being (if- Marshall.
teen or twenty thousand they expect M™"OO''
the increase to be much greater next Madison
season. They arc full of zeal and I Mill*
hope, their faith and *orks seem to Jon
endo:n, or a religious faith known to
the world,but has contributed to their
ranks in itn incredibly short ppace
ol" time Aloi'uioiibni has become a,„.
,, i i Observer,
well organized, powerful and nmner- Truelieiunc'i
ous branch of the religious world and Sentinel,
almo as it were, an acknowledged I J',1
i c-. wt I Herald,
power in tiie State. Asil to revenge star,
itself, for the contempt shown it in its» Juurmt,
infancv, it .seeks now not pimply to i Republic,
i .1
u"''
ten years a?o, Harrison county, Ohio', philosophy of it, who oar. jfive ltr
nn:l sincc it hn.^ been ssiivl sho has
resitlid in AIoi*gun county. She or
her heirs arc entiled tos ti Inrgit sum
ot inrniey now ready for them in
Pennsylvania.
RAPID POPULATION OF IOWA.—If any
one doubts the above fact let him
note the fact that the monthly returns
of the Land Oiiiee at Iowa City was
deposited io the post ollice on the first
day of 1 )eccniber, for the month of
November. The
IOWA STATE GOVERNMENT.
EXECUTIVE.
Officers.
—. u'tnlifn. juuge*. nrawtut
liers. "Why, what would you have i Allamakee....Elias TopliiF,. .Monona.
:lone?'' inquired a gentleman. 'Why, Apjt«no»e—Heuben Kiggs,.Centrevtlle
done
sir
ship at all hazards, or else remain on }{iu[j,jiuani
ir. i .vouM li.ivo gone on boanl the
shore.' 'lint had yon attempted that Cedar.
1
they would have garroted you, sir,
said the genlleman. 'Clarroted me!
exclaimed the venerable and spirit
ed judge [who stands some six feet
three inehes hi^h,] drawing liimsell
The Mormons.
Clinton.
Clayton....
Clarke
Des Moines
|Jasper
Keokuk
Lee.
go hand in hand. Their advance- Poweshiek
lus ol sellislines with security against
want, have manifested to the world,
wherever they have sojourned an as
tonishing power for the protection of
wealth. They are now exhibiting an
other feature of the sagacious policy
of their leaders,extending iV strength
ening themselves as a people by
sending special agents and mission
aries into every clime, and almost
every nation under the BUU.—Iowa
Reporter.
The peculiar zeal of this singular
people in the propagation of their
faith, has no parallel in the religious
organization of modern times their
astonishing and wide spfead success
against all, and all sorts of obstacles,
and adverse influences, opens a new
chapter in the history of human na
ture and presents an interesting lield
for philosophical inquiry and obser
vation. Despised and rejected of all
at the commencement of their career Dc'mocrat, weekly, Bellcvue,\r B.' Dorr
and slill regarded by the great body Banner,
of intelligent christians as the igno- p^
Heportcr,
Rejniblican,
Times,
Oasette,
Ilawkeye.tri-weekly,
Telegraph, daily,
1
oiirier,
steal converts Irom fcctanans at lioine „ar,nail#
but by its missionaries established \Vc*t'u ihV
in almost every nation upon earth, prairie Star,
ii -idly elttiMi3 a peculiar adaptation ROARfllNrs SPHflOl
i tho spiritual wants of all races and ,?'
npir
vi the mind* and hearts a*' large
and increasing number of men, but
have yet to learn the history and
Michigan Journal.
location of
Warrants
[CPThe New Tiinea by a cn'cula
Mion makes the amount ot the debt of
the United States §v!70,000,000. The
minimum estimate of that portion of
the above owned or advanced on, r.»
broad, is as follows: Federal loans, A i.nir of pure gold, weighing ten
$40 000 000 State loans, $-13,000,- pounds and four ounces, was recent
000 city loans and bonds, "J 1,000,- .r
000 county loans and bonds, 2,000,
000 railway bonds 20,000,000. To
tal, 225,000,000.
these entries are
—Iswa Republic an.
land in
this district was 2000 warrants nnd
nil. uo under a jtulgnirnt in attachment obtained «y
about 400 cash entries, Z or ouul) ||jIn
has been the usual month-
llow Ion" at this rate before Iowa
ly taken out of a bed in California.
INDIAN AGENT.—The President has
appointed Robert
st
for actual
li.
Lambun, of
tlii.-i State, Indian Agent on the
Will you please to permit a lady
to occupy this seat?"' said a gentle
man to another, in a rail road car.
U she tn advocate of woman's
rights?" asked the gentleman who was
ins ited to "vacate."
"She is," replies he who is standing.
Well, then, let her take the bene
fit pf her doctrine*, n*d stand up."
Resident*.
.Dubuque.
.Iowa City.
STEPHEN HEMPRTVAD, Governor,,
dto.
\V. MCCIEABT,
Secretary,.
TIK'». H. Ki.NTO:t,Ju ,Sup
day, with his lady from Mississippi,
and leaves on the steamer Empire
City on Tuesday next for his po.-t.— i„j
.. i„ r.^t Joseph Williams, Judge,* Muscatine.
He regrets extremely that he w as not
.Bloomfield.
Tub.Inst.lowa City.
JUDICIARY.
SUPREME COURT.
1
Kilinoy, West Point.
present during the dtliiculty with the George Greeno, Cedar Rapids.
Crescent City. In speaking of the
affair with some gentlemen, he re­
DISTBICT COURTS.
Iph P. Lowe, Judge,Keokuk.
K:
I !ios S. Wilson,
Wni. II. Srevers,
.1nines I'. Carleton,
William Me Kay,
Allen A. Bradford,
ad
I 5i
Dubuque.
Oskaloo^a.
Iowa City,
Ft. De Moines.
Sidney.
NTY conn
Judge*.
h.
i. H. IV Ro«zctl,Iiidepend«'
.S A. Uissell,..Tipton.
A. It. Cotton,. .De Witt.
.. i William=,. C!a-~:.v'l! i.
Oc o!:v
.Charles Mason, Ilnr'niigtoa.
DubiKjuo W. Y. l,ovell,. .Bubo^w.
Havis II i.nggs,. .TOonmfieldP
IVlaware John Benson,.. Deliii.
Decatur .9 11 (lamtorai,. Decatnr
Dallas........S Humes,. .. Adell.
WoodUi,,W «s»t UniMfc
Ureenwood,.Sydney
T. Hrvan 'Panola
M. T.'KdHTftras.Mt. l'leasant.
W. II. Wallace, Mm ngo.
D. V. Spurr,. liellevue.
... .F. II. e Ii u City.
... .Joseph Mann,.. Anamosa.
....Moses Mack, ..Fairlield.
... .Jesse Kiekman, Newton,
... .John Maker,.. .Lancaster.
... .Ed. Jobriston,. .Fort Madi.-on.
Fayette
Fremont
(tiitlirie.
Henry
Iowa
Jackson...
Johnson ..
Jones.
N. W. Isbell, ..Marion.
....W. Williams,.. Wapello.
... .Jonas Wescott, Chariton.
.... Crookham Oskaloosa.
.... A. Washburn,.. Muscatine.
....H. J. Holibs,.. .Marietta
....
Joseph Hroli-t,.Knoxville.
... .0 A Kichardson Albia.
....
J. A. I'itzer,... Wintcrset.
... .Win. Smith,..
.Coonville.
.Kanesville.
Ft. Des Moines.
J'Ogden,
inent is the natural consequence ofl'^gp RF Connor,..
i rpi i Scott W rn. Bums,.. .Dnvenport.
the means employed. 1 lieu system
1
industry and economy, wisely com
billing the advantages of hoth indi- Wa.-hington.. .Enoch Koss,. .. Washingto
.1 i Warren W Pllendcrson.Indianola,
vidualisin and socialism, the stunu-
.Montezuma.
.Olenns
1
Van Buren... .0. Mayne, Keosaiupi
I Wapello Silas Osborne,.Ottiimwa.
.Washington.
W aync ,. Corydon
WillllC8llLck
...
Davi UreeQ
..Decorah
CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION.
A. C. Dodge, Senator, Burlington.
O. W. Jones. Dubuque.
Bernlinrt Henn, Representative,... Fairlield.
Lincoln Clark, ...Dubuque.
V. 8. OFFICERS.
Di»t. Judge ...J.J. Dyer, Dubuque.
Attorney.S. Whicher, ...Muscatine.
Marshal..S. B. Shelleday,Newton.
SurveyorGen'l.Geo. B.Sargent,Dubuque.
IOWA CITV LAND OFFICt.
...H. D.Downey,.Iowa City.
...Eastiu Morris,.
Register ..
Receiver..,
rAIKVIF.T.D I.AXD OFflCB.
...Frs, Springer,. .Fairfield.
,...W. 11. Wallace,
Register ..
Receiver..
MfsCQi's i.AND orricB.
...T. McKnight,..Dabuque.
M. M. Mobley,.
Register..
Receiver..
Paptr.
THE IOWA PRESS.
Ideation. Proprietor'.
Express, daily, Dubuque, W. II. Merritt 4c Co.
Herald, llolt it Mahonjr.
Tribune, A. P. Wood
ette
rant and powerless, they have never- Knquirer,
theless in spite of persecution, ridi- Journal,
cule and reason gone quietly but
steadily on in the work of proselyt
i in Christ-
Davenport,Kagel it Wheeler
A. Saunders.
Cedar Uapids, D. O. Finch.
Muscatine, 11. D. I.a Cossitt.
N. M. McCortuick
Iowa City, John Clark.
S. M. Ballard.
Wapello, Jtoffsitiger,
liurliiigton,Child it l'izzard.
I. I'ierson.
Morgan A McKinny
Statoniaii.weeklv.FortMadison, J. D. Kads.
Dispatch,tri-weelcly,Keokuk, Armstrong it Co.
Whig, weikly, Howell it iiowen.
Mt. Pleasant, (J. i. Calloway.
S. H. llowe.
Fairfield, D. Sheward.
McCraney it Fulton
Oscaloosa.Needhauut McNee
Ft. Des Moines,0 Hates, [ly
P. Myers & Co.
Oltumwa,Baker it Johnston.
Kanesville, J. Dawson A CO.
A. W. Babbitt.
Maiiou, A/or lloyt.
N
M't'cl?'. It UO\Y cariies Oil a WiUitirc in^ Si'houl willhc nt Mount St IVr
ailist all the l'eli^ioiw of the world, naril, commonly called Table Mound. The lo
i and the feet oi itn missionaries, tread jcwi»i U n»»suligible.»«.ing perfectly healthy
... ,1 i I .1 I ,about four and a iiuartiT miles troni Dubuque,
ItlllvP tllP PtUTCll btlllArf Ol tliC Joidoil, sujipli«Ml Willi fxrolUrnt springs. The t-il
i the ilatlgepft anil the Nile. I ucatioii will be sound and liberal terms niode
I 8lic!l has been its progress—what under the special care of Hish-p Loras.
1
^HOOL
the first of October nest, a select Hoard-
or particulars call on him at his residence in
destlllj hat peculiar- I Dor on the President of the establish
ity of faith or organization haa con- ment
trihuteil to this lesult, we have no September 22-n20
idea all accounts we have Been or I Hf I"i 1 IITHHA
heard of this strange people, have 1 V JI lV I II j{ Jc'
been as vague as they were evident- A4 I X/ I 11 i .1 tit W
ly prejudiced aiicl iinphilosojihical. I
'l'hey have founded a now empire o- i
ipply kept constantly on hand, for cash
i or time locations.
A.
XO I'ltE.
To John IVMir. and MathtV) Bouyhton
HtS, you are hereby notified that there in
now on file iri the ollice of •, Ko e'.erk of the
I I E I O W A A I A E O E
CLORIOUS NEWSJii
The Mnst Important Disconrj 'f
Phillips' Patent Liquid Glue,
Carpenters, Iirush Makers &>ok Bin
I ders, Cabinet Maker-. Housekeepers,
I)7-ULriri"ts, tc. This being a Patent Glue, in a
I.i«j'iid stale, always ready f..r use requires no
fire it is free from smell, and will keep liquid
in any climate it also act- as Cement for
Wood, Stone, China, Glass, I: ii. Marble, Pa
per, or any suhslunce as a paste or g'.:m it
stands unequaled its reputation# wherever it
lias been introduced, is of the lirst order as a
saving to Mechanics, is oti-i rvable at first
sijjht. We offer liberal indict mentis to Hard
ware men, Stationers,Druggi*:Ac- and guar
antee it to cost less, by 2" per
Also, the British Furniture Polish, Hi bot
tles of three sizes. Country Merchants, attend
to tho abore. Apply early.
PHILIPS A CO.
•1 Cedar-st., near I'cjuI, New-Kok.
August 11. .% i
Strrrf
In a fratue house and al'
"T IOWA CITY DR
Opposite Ootrt-r
STORE.
TftOWBRIDGE
f^tec«*wr* to Mursenti
A.VK JITfJT HKUEfV
we.ll selected stock 0
Dye stuffs. Oils and I'a in
rv article usually found i
tiiey will sell wholesale jf
any house north of St. Lout?
»Si AliO.XIjiv\
of the !. -t qualitv, Ink. bl.""k, blue nnd red
K A\D
Med iciues,
with eve-
stores, which
uil as cheap as
Vlso—
I'M NT, Varnish, and W^ e wash Brushes
i 1'AMII.V (JKOCKUIF.S—- ,'ar. Coffee, Tea,
Kice, Mola«sas, Codtih mi'l Maekeral, Dried
i Peaches aud Apples, Riii-ins, Figs and
i Almonds Tobacco, Se^irs and Snuff,
Glue Varnish, Bpmi'io Twine,
ThernHimeSi
Window Glass all sivs G. A. Salt.
DR. FITCH'S Abdominal Supporters, Shoul
iler Braces, and inhaling Tubes, with All hit.
books and preparations.
Loudons' Medicines compli to.
1IORSK ^IKDK'INES.
Sloan's Ointment atwl CmiditionPowders
Mustang and Arabian Lhiuuunt
Nerve aud Bone Liniment
Medowelt s~CtnT*ior Yellow Water
Porter Ji Ward's certain cure for stiffs
BOUNTY LANDS!!
NOTICE TO KKTTLKltSU!
JAMES
11. («OWF.R is [repared to supply
settlers with Land Warrants for cash,or on
lime, on the most favorable terms, and will,
when desired, give his peronal guaranty for
title. Ho will also give prompt attention to
anv business pertaining to a
ClENKliAL LAND AGENCY,
will enter lands for cash, or locate warrants for
persons at a distance, in or out of the State, oil
favorable terms. 11c may bo found at all times
during business hours, at the Store of Gowcr it
Holt-
Mr. Robert Gower, at Gower's Ferry, in Ce
dar county,
is prepared to negotiate for the sale
1
SL1C
"'--rani*, for cash or on
and 1 IiHitd W
OC!»l lll
IIIK
me whs:
to dea
K)VVA CITV.
HAVIXO
IRON AND STEEL
that can be found in tlie country, which we will
guarantee to sell as low as cin be purchased at
the river. The quality of this Iron is well
known to be superior to any o:li. r, and black
smiths using it will find it a L'reaAfnving over
any other kind. I WV.NXAY.
December 21,1851.
A. B. STILL WELL.
MERCHANT TAILOll,
RKSrF.OTFUI.LT
r- w I n w i e w i s e a e i i u
.strict court of as^.ngton C-.unty Iowa Tfr then, to do good work.
petition of Agnes bhaw, claimi.it, of .John
Wi'.kiutha sum of one hundred dollars with
interest at the rale of ten per cent per annum
from the l'2th day ol April A.l. lf.'il, money
due on a promissory note,and also praying the
forrclosureof a niortiiaifc made by said Wilkin,
on lots No 1) it 1 in block N« 11 iu the town
of Paris iu said county given by tho said Wil
kin to secure the payment of tlie money in
said note mentioned and a'so seeking to pre-:
tbt.sa.id
1!m
«ht01' '"'tu
selling
.,.„)ui jav
settlement. A.
said
against said Wilkin at the September term
of the District court for said county tot- the'
ly work of the oflice. What is still VZfZ
better nine out of every ten acies 01 |ll,
of the March term for the year
D.
ism
A-
which will be the 15th day of March
»•1H5? "'.'A1 pl«*ad anwer or demur to sa.d
iuu^ a.i in 1 .j petition it will be taken as confessed ana tlie
Wtll have her unlliou^oi population, court will enter judgment by default against
said Wilkin for the said sum and order said
mortgage lots to lu» sold to tKiitisfv the ^ame.
FOLSOM it I'ATTKUSOX,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
November 24lli 1852,4 w.
Tin
Up­
per Missouri.—St. Louis paper.
tw
six
and
HOSK owing Tuxos will p'case t:iku notice
t)i:il the tnx liuok for thf prfscnt year IS
now my hiuids tor col
lie turn, aiul the same
will, under the present law, be declared delin
quent, unless paid before the first day uf Jan
uary, lfsVt and all so declared will be Hold
soon after the said first day of January,
INFOliMS T1IK 1T.O-
pie of low a i'ity atnl viernity, that he has
just received a large assortment of
Cloths, C(txmtierce ami Vcstings,
and feels assured fliat he can now offor to his
customers as large and hands.aie an assortment
as any house this side of St Louis. Having
madw the selection personally in the city of
New York, he llatters himself that lie can give
satisfaction to all who may favor him with a
call. He would call particular attention to his
stock of
VSOTISTSS,
consisting of Out and Silk Velvets, (Figured
Silk and Satin, and needle \vi i ked Cassimeres,
which he offers as superior to any thin:: of thii
kind ever broughtto this city.
MILLEXEltY NOTICE.
MliS.
A. H. DANIELS, wit-lies to inform the
ladies of Iowa City and vicinity, that she
designs to carry on tha above business in all
lis various branches at her re-idence «n JelTe-r
Street, 111-! house west of Swans Hotel. She
feels confident from past experience that she
WiH render satisfaction to all those who will
introst work in her care.
Iowa City, Feb. 18, l.-.VJ,
II. PALMER.
Jowa City, Sept 29t1» 1^52.
USHER'S
THE
undersigned wn!
the Farmers of John
March 3d 11*52.
IP53.
So one and all take notice and make early set
tlements aud fuve costs.
SAMUEL WORKMAN,
November 17, '52. Treasurer J. 0., Iowa.
LINSEEDsaleat
Oil, Lard, do Tanners do Turpen
tine for PATTERSON'S.
Mav leal.
Th. 11. Benton, Jr. J. Borland. N. G. Benton.
BENTON, BORLAND & Co.
DEALLUS IX
LAND WAll RANTS,
IOWA OITY, IOWA.
cstcd
28, 1S50.
cost less, by 2" percent, than
po[
HeHdettce.
REFER TO
W. J. 'Barney A Co., Dubuque, lawn.
Cook, Sarirent A Co
Cook A Sargent, Dnvenport
Judge Carleton, Iowa City,
Henn. Williams A Co., Fairlield, lows.
Casadv A idriclc, It. l)es Moines,
Col. J" II. Brant, St. Louis, Missouri,
J. Trevor, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa.
January 14, 1859.
common ordinary Glue. Wo nr.' making exten
sive arrangements for this ill Trade and
country merchants will i^Aull.to attend to
this immediately We are e.- ablishin-Sole JJ y y JJjjjon MlltUal lllSU
AtceiUs in ii'.l populous towns throughout the
ITnited States. Solil in Hott'cs of three sizes,
and also by the (iallon. Small samples sent
to any part of the United State-, carriage, free.
aiicc company,
JOHNSTOWN, yb'AV YORK.
A 1'ITAL 8500.000—SURPLUS
CASH FUND S35,000.
rpiIIS company has been in operation two
years, during which time it lias issued
n.ono policies, covering property lo the amount
of $7,12",.'{S4 01), mostly on farm property, and
has won for itself a reputation for cheapness,
safety, promptness, and liberality in the adjust*
riot.* of l.vs..'-:. -tnsnrpa'sed br nnr wp:
in tho l'ni:i Superior iud u. ment
are now oll'eri 1 toTlie citizens of Johnson an
adjoining couutivs, by the regular authori
Traveljig Agent at Iow^^Jij
Terms and explanations
ness and fidelity.
AMI'S CLARK. Ai-cnt
Iova *lty, May 12, 1852.
HEALTH INSURANCE.
FAHMKliS
and big
head
Jew David's Pla«ter, PoorMfvns Plaster, and
Perrv Davi»' Pain Killer.
PL RE iittASDY ASD WISE.
Prescription from Phy.-iciau? put up with strict
care anil cotitidence.
T. A B.
Iowa Citv, Mav ^f-tli, 1M1.
nnd Mechanics Mutual Benefit
A*-ociatior,, with funeral benefits, Worces
ter, Massachusetts.
JAM ICS OI.AHK, Travelling Agent for John
son and adjoining counties.
Iowa city, May 12th, 1852.
wm.TfiK.
Book-Binder iiiul Jjliiiik-Book
MANUFACTURER,
RKSl'KCTFULLYIowa,
informs the county'ollicers
of -the State of that he is fully pre
pared to furnish them with printed and ruled
forms as laid out by the new Code, with any
number of quires, bound in any style, at a day i
notice. Towuship 1'latts always on hand.
blank^Tiooks
ruled to any pattern, and bound expeditiously
in the most durable and fashionable manner.
LIBRARIES, "PERIODICALS,
Music, Xewspapurs, Ac., bound in any style at
the shortest notice, and upon terms not to be
surpassed in the Western country.
Iowa City, September IT, 1K5I.
BLACKSMITH SHOP?
1'IIK
Subscriber would respectfully inform
the citizens of Johnson county, and the
travelling public that he may be found at his
old stand, where he i.s prepared to do all work,
in all and every branch of
BLACKSMITIIINC:
Such as horse shoeing, ironing wagons, car
riages, buggies and the manufacture of ploughs
and all kinds of farming tools, at the shortest
not ice.
He pledged himself to giveentire satisfaction
in every case, or work need not be taken away
from the shop. He lias now on hand several
New Two Horse AVagoiis,
ironed and finished in the neatest and most
substantial manner, which he will sell upon
the most reasonable terms.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. ANTHONY COLE.
Iowa City, July 9th. 1P51.
LAND WARRANTS.
IHAVK
made arrangemen-s with the man­
ufacturers, for the sale "f this celebrated
Iron, we have on hand anil sli ili hereafter keep
supplied with the largest aiel most complete
stock of
on hand a quantity of Land Warrants
of the new issue, which I will sell for cash
or on time—40 aud H) acre warrants at $1 00
per acre cash in hand, or at $1 25 per acre on
one years time, with ten per cent,
interest from
date until paid.
Also a few Mexican Land Warrants of 160
acres each, on hand and for sale at the lowest
cash price.
Also several good Farms, situate in Johnson
and Iowa counties, for sale on reasonable terms.
Also several Lots iu Iowa City, for sale on
reasonable terms to suit purchasers.
sale PLCfWS OF ALL T.XDS AND SP/KS, ICAN commences on the 18th of September. It
is principally devoted to the diffusion of use
ful practical knowledge, and is eminently cal
culated to advance the jjreat interests of indus
try—Michtinical, Manufacturing, and Agricul
tural—the genius and waster spirit of the
nation.
6
Iowa
H. A. I'SHER.
March 21, 1^32,-y
PREMIUM PLOUGH.
ild intorm the furmors
im.l I.AR EMI WEEKLY PACKET
E U A O
THE lisjht draught, fast running, passenger
paoket, REGULATOR,
SII,.4S IIE.llCallT, Master,
will run as a re^n'ar semi-weekly packet be
tween Keokuk and Galena connecting with the
Keokuk and St Louis daily packet line, leav
ing Montrose every Wednesday and Saturday
at 6 o'clock A returning leave Galena every
Monday and Thursday at 6 o'clock, l' M. 1
he
Regulator having be n purchased expressly for
carrying the U S Mail, will be prompt to the
hour.
September Stli, 1802.
KISH Linen, Linen hdkfs, Jaconett nius "yiEKGAR, MolaeflE"A1'.
li u bar luu^lia, {Imperial aud Book musl
at tk« N*w YOK* SIOBB,
eale at
indSalt
EitSON'f
GKOULiE S. HAMPTON.
To'.ra City, October i.'1.). 1^51.
NOTICE I!!
t10Wr.lt
January SO, 1552.
Bpectfully inform,
"aud the adjoining
iaotly on hand »r
counties, that he keep
1
~MUT UAL TlPE INSURANCE.
TIIE KKNTl/CKY
Mutnnl Life Iiisiiniiiee Company,
AT CO V I N'( iN\ KKXTCCIvY,
IT A IIA Y FIXD *100,000,
TN'Sl'KKS LIVES IM'OX THE Ml'TUAI.
J. l'J. A N lit Joint Shirk rulr.-i of prt miirin. md it
is believed offers the most sim/ile, reasonable,safe
and er/nituble plan y et devised for Mutual Life
Insurance.
Dr. H. MTRRAV, Medical Examint^^,
Iowa Citv. Aiigii! 1^51.-1m.
The Eighth Volume of the SCIENTIFIC AM**-
It is unrivaled ail a Journal of the Arts and
Sciences, and maintains a high character at
home and abroad.
The Publishers pledge themselves that the
future Volumes shall at least equal, if Dot sur
pass their predecessors. Among the subjects
chiefly brought forward and discussed in
its columns, are Civil Engieering. Architecture,
Railroads, liridges. Agricultural Inipliments,
Manufactures of Metals, fibrous and Textile
substances, Machinery forthe purpose. Chemi
cal processes, Distilling, Coloring, ifcc. Steam
and Gas Engines, Jioilers and Furnaces, Math-
hunarett thnyrarini/s, over tour hunrcu
VALUABLE
s:v months,
S
1.0(1
Old Doctor Jacob Townsend,
TIIK OIUilN'AI. DISCOVEKKU OF THE GENUINE
TOWNSEND'S SARSPAltlLLA
THERE
ARE A CLASS OF SPECULATORS
who being both i!*nor.nnt and unprincipled,
seize upon any thing by which they enn delude
u, B. A perfect tklp guaranteed to hind ttt-1 the public anil fill their own pockets. The
ted with warrants fwucd under act of Sip.! great Sarsaparilla root as a cure for all forms
I of diseases, has induced many of these uien to
to attempt to palm off some compound which
they label as an extract of the pure Honduras
'Sarsaparilla. The country has been flooded
I with these compounds, and many have been in
duced to purchase them, but the only result hus
been cruel disappointment. A tl'iin, washy
i mess of stuff, co.ilied up without, any regard to
I the effect upon the patient, can but firing down
upon the manufacturers the condemnation of a
deceived public.
One of these Humbu%»,
Which has had a mere extensive sale than most,
has just exploded. We refer to that notorious
sour fermenting compound of S. P. Townsend's.
lie haii heen enmprlleil to quit the business, and his
article is now thrown into tho market at any
price to get rid of it.
if any desires proof of this we only ask them
to step into anv wholesale drug store and en
quire for S. P. 'i'own-iend's Saraparilla. The
day for creating a reputation for a medicine by
newspaper pulling and forced certificates, is
passed, and it is onlv those of rral worth which
can stand the test o{
time.
Whilst this is the fate of
parilla Extracts,
The person who purchases a bottle of this
Sarsapnrilla linds that he has a honey syrup,
prepared by a scientific man—in the manufac
ture of winch the highest knowledge of chem
istry, and the latest discoveries of the arts, have
all Tieen brought into requisition.
Prepared in this way it is made the most
powerful agent in the
Cure for Innumerable Diseases.
And the reason why we hear commendations
upon every side, from men, women and children.
Ifyoufiave used ten, fifteen or wentv bot
tles ol Sarsaparilla, made by S. P. Townsend
and others, and found no relief and even injury
draw not the unreasonable and unjust conclu
sion that tli
Genuine Sarsaparilla,
Prepared by Old Dr. Jacob Townsend, is also
worthless, or a similar article.
Go to Headquarters
And we will xnarrantynu will derive more ben
efit from one bottle oi' this
Pure, Concentrated and Unadulterated
Article,
Tlinn from all the others which you have used.
The proprietors of this Sarsaparilla having
been compelled by the unparalleled success
which has attende'd tho sales in "fhe West,"
to open a branch office in Cincinnati, Ohio, that
their customers may be promptly supplied de
sire that the pubfic should distincly under
stand that they are not connected in any way
with the manufacture of an article known as
S. P. 'lownscnd's iSarsa/xirilla.
We could gain no credit or advantage, noth
inelHDt loss, indignation and wrath from dis
appmnted agents and purchasers by being
IDKNT114BI) with him or his peculiar produc
tions.
That it may be Known
What is thought of the true article in New
York, where both are manufactured, we invite
the attention of Dealers, nnd Consumers to the
following Card of the first Retail Druggists in
that City. It is doubly valuable coming from
this source—for it is only the retail dealers wjio
become acquainted with the character of a med
icine.
CARD TO TIIE PUBLIC.
We, the undersTgned, physicians and drug
gists of New York, Brooklyn and Williams
burg, having seen an advertisement addressed
to us and others who sell Sarsaparilla by S. 1'.
Townsend which is calculated to bring us and
our business into reproach, feel called upon to
no honor, anil should not be trusted," wc lVcl
that wf oujflit to ^ivo tlie reason wliv we jirofor
to Ml Old Dr, u:ob 'J'ownsond's Siirstipurilla
to Mr. is. P. Townsend's, and lvavc thf puVdic
to judge whether we are "deceivers and atria*
dlers," and not to be trusted by BO doiutr.
First,
it HOLT are desirous of making I our experience and observation liave satisfied
full settlement with their customers lip to us that.the Old Doctor's Sarsaparilla po-sesses
the lirst of January, lb52. and to that end most
respect fully request that all who have unsettled
accounts, will call as soon as possible nnd set
tle the same. We hope and confidently believe
that general attention will he given to this no
tice. If our customers who have beenowingus
along time, would take a notion to pay us, it
would be a most fortunate circumstance for us,
as we are owing considerable on pork, which
we must pay in a few days. Don't all come at
once, but coiue about twenty every day, until
all will have come. H'e tcant to see you—No
Mistak
more medical power and virtue than S, 1'.
Townsend's, and the testimony of the public
would seem to he the same, and we always
nuike il a matter of conscience and duty when
two articles bearing the same name and pur
porting to cure the same disease are in market
to state that which we consider the beat.
The Pact
that S. P. Townsend's Sarsaparilla ha* greatly
soured, fermented and exploded the bottles,
thereby tjiviii',' reat dissatisfaction to our cus
tomers, has influenced us in our preference of
the Old Doctor's preparation. AVe do not feel
ourselves called ltpmi to decide the true merits
of either article as standard preparations, but
when asked by our customers for our opinions
which we believe under all circumstances to be
the best we should not hesitate in jjivint our
preference in favor of Old lr. Jacob Town
send's. Willi these views we leave the public
lo decide if we are not justified in tfivin^ the
i
Pamphlets furnished, informal ion given, and
applications received bv
UKO. S.'HAMPTOV, Agent.
Old Doctor's preparation that preference whieli
it seems to deserve as a medicinal compound,
as well as the choice of the people so 'jniver
sally manifested in its favor.
AVo have yiven the names of
1 Sixty Dru'rirists,
I among -whom are
Sixteen educated Physicians
all disinterested t. rsons, ami wl... all the
JUJCIIANICS AL AXTO-ACTURERS'"ISII''"
AaD 1A
J^INTOIvrs. Never have and never wdl
recommend any auicle unless they prove it to
be good, now
Voluntarily give
their testimony in favor of Old Dr. Jacob's Sar
saparilla. We now leave it. with a discerning
public lo choose for themselves.
lie sure and call for Old Dr. Jacob Town
send's Sarsaparilla.
Principal ollice for the Western States, on
Vine street, 3 doors above Fourth.
O. W. Calhoun, General Agent to whom all
orders must be addressed.
Also, for sale by
L. H. A O. A. Patterson ajjents forlmra City
and vicinity. Dealers supplied at manufactu
rers prices.
KVINO'S WORKS, WOMEN IN
America, Water Cure for Ladies,
IJH 'S Works, Napoleon and Jlar-
shiilU. aJiin ,'ton and Generals, Life of Tay
lor, omen of tlie Revolution, Oddfellows' Of
of
11 1 «nooj)ny,
pages of printed matter, and copious index, ioy IJooks and Fancy Books, of all kinds,just
Nearly all the valuable Patents which issue received for sale by
weekly from the Patent Office are illustrated L. B. Jt 0. A. PATTERSON,
with Engravings in it* columns, thus making Mav 28, 1850.
the paper a perfect Mechanical Encyclopedia
for future as well as present reference. I I 1{, STATE MUTUAL
1'IUMHMS are offered for the Lar- "iiiRK MARINE AND INSURANCE COM
gest List of Subscribers to this volume. It is pany. of St. Louis
published weekly by MUNN A CO at their i u k FTOB
Patent Ayency OJjice, 1J6 FULTON STUKET, .\tw Cune, W. A. Conn, T. W. Hoit, Daniel D.
OKK.
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C. M.\ allean, J. Sigerson.
Applications taken by the undersigned at
the usual rates COW HR fc HOLT, Agents.
Iowa City, May l.s5l.
S^i^SSfflSr'! I M1CO.MADDEB LOOWOOD.KXTttACI
ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.
1 SUIC AT
Southern and Western Money and I^^st-Of-j
fice Stamps taken for Subscriptions. Letters' "Rf ACKKREL.GiMlFish,Hen-inland Sardien
1
lTl for sale at
should be post paid.
August 18,1669 May 98,18$J.
PATTERSON'S
PATTERSON'S.'
BULL'S SARSAPARILLA.
IT
In ])itf up in full quart £, ani roiitaiul
tin1 i»f j*|\ ilMKS tinirh juirc HoiularaJ
far«:i|'nriMa n.- any similar pn-piintion in Aim-rica. i'ric#
®n»» tlAiiar pT boltlf. or six lwttl''s fi.r five Jollars.
It luis U'vn ft well fai-t f..r y. rirs |»^t, llitl
#:iraaj'arilla, wh« n pun» nn«l jro|»«-rIy prrparrtl.
Only trvi" panada fur all tlisra* ori^inatiiiiS fr-ia tu
biipiiri' tli.* tho of inorcu'ry. intoxi'-utinj
drinks. •*vil lml it.4 in v-uth, larrcuuow, Ac. We
a.-?- rt. UULL S
Fluid of Sni^nparillti
IP thi* only |'r«'parati'-u 1 ofore tho publU*, that is pruparoii
On trirt!y sci.-utitir prhn-iplr-, ami «'f uniform
%ht* SarsHi'arilla is ptir.-hiv^l without r-'^artl to |iri'»', atnl
mvry p««uuil. \*-tVirf nig snhj«*'t to tin* Mnct.nl
chomioal tests, auJ its gfuuliicm-sa a^certftinod bofori? boiuf
VsihII
15oU'f! ?arsaparilla aNo contains
tho
Oth'-r Tnliiabh* niorliral
•t of tha Si,
O'd I)/'. Jicr/b TtitrIIS'I ,1/Fs
i* time.
Vest
n a
gr.'.ilw dlv grow n into favor with the pull- tionS, and all other .Ii-x-.v. u n.linK ti. |.r
never Wen so large as at
sales h::
appoint -i i'-eneral
tjruiisaelions.
ll'c ask only One Trial.
rirtnrf of Rrvcral
root#, tojretli^r
ff^rniini?
tho 1h s*
CMNTNUTI'L. AIUL |mlurin TRE CIKI:\TS«T CURATIVT AJV.M
IN
:i:: knhwx w.jkld! TkU M"luino, wlnu used imt-riling
tlin-ojinni,
•WILL cumz WITHOUT FAIL!
&rq/t.!a vr Kitty's Kx iK 'Ttafinrr. Hrup'A"nt of
(Jit Sinn, i'hvinic X/r* A/{inpitxtm or
Tetter*-, Scold Hm1. Hhtmnalifivn, J\tins in the
Honrs oi' J"htfs, "hi Sr .• aud f'trrrs, StcrttitlQ
qf the (Jlarifiit, fyphilis, Salt
Hhrum, f'f Knirtry*, Lott
qf Appetite. Ch's'tir' rri-itrg fnrm
thfi ujf r,f M'rrury, I 'tin in
Ui$
Si'ct'• Shchldrr-, fAn*
rif lrbili( jy
Lumhago, .Tmm.li-o. «'.^!ir«*n»*-s. S»r*' Threat. Hronc»|
i i i o u s W .- a k n o
jtt
s
t. iTror
CONSUMPTION,^
Irroffularitk
ilva»1nrhi\ Lnw
iu Lifr,
IIUKupcri
-i
III, Mi'l a .'.-Jill
llluu Lick orl'ongrcsa water, Sal'1
»r
Powders!
(iflOD TKSTniOIVT.
tlip T.misTi'ilr Ci'iiriiT thus ei-niks of Uuils Sar«aparill»t„
M"» liavo been slinwn, l.y Mr. .'"tin Hull, propricter 'f
that wi-rM-n-imwni-d iirej'Mntimi. Bull's Fluid K-ctrm-t of
£Hr.:ir :irillft," an oriioiuil, jii-nuin'-, an-t beautiful lett'-r^.
»it.lr»-M 'l t» liim 1-3' llu* iim.inpli.-lii'l l.-uly »f em- of Tli*
fcinst raiment olil pliysiclans in th." Wi st, nivinc :i .l.-tailct
hwuHt "t
oni' ot'llw nn»t ufti.nisliin^ runs on n'.'ord,
Mr. Jons RILL: ZVar
JUT-
form.'il jit'*ni' by tin- use or Hull's S.'ir»:i|.:irilt:i."
'j hi" most cxi-t'lli iit al) i i h:iriiiimr lu'i} long «ufTi'j*il
from [.rolajwus uteri, ttuor alltus. ),il- •*. aiul rlironif dis.-iiSi'«
r.f til" Stoma, ti nu.l itip-s'iv.' orj.Mii". nti'l (IcTBiiiromciit of
the whole svsti in. attcmloii withiiistri.-finj: .•uliin.'.ms erup
tion, si.k h.a.laihe. nii.t Violent atta.ks of rrninp. After
pxImustinR all of her hushuiKtV skill, aii.l npi'lyinK to tuuir
clel.ralnl lll -ilieal (.'elitienien. both »t lioine Mlil abroiul,
and also usinc «rent .iiiantiiiv* of Toniisend's Har.apa.
Tilla." willloiil llie li-bt-st relief, slu- «XS indue,-) to UM
».).,tin Hull's Sarsaparilla." Ami what was tin- happ.f
result? After the use of few lmltlu«. a perfect and *"ii
ult'rfitl run-—the lady ri'storrd to prrf'-et lit-alth, and to h«r
usual How of spirits.
Sueli letters as lhe one wo speak of, must afford Mr. Ilull
more real gratification, than could the pofseMion of count
less wealth. And whether he accumulates wealth or no»
by Hie Mile of bis truly i al liable Medicine. tHiiint it- author
is florv and honor ciiou^h and lie can say to tli« world,
without tear of cntradiclion, I have in my poverty re
liev.-d more human sutTerinif, than did Stephen tiirtu'd or
joint Jact.b A ar with th-ir uiiXions."
RHEUMATISM CTJEED!
Let all niio tire PUITI rim: timiiT thn ngnnixin UfftttWI of
RliiMiiiia'isiti PfnU tho f«ll«win-x. una mm' what bedOM
for if tboy will u.«- tlw infivltiW»* Tumrdy
I'XJONTOWX, Kt..
Sir,— Kt tho la»t ihro« y»w«, I
bftvu ben «fHictrd with RhciimalUm of the rh»i^
aettr. 1 wm Jit tiiuos In th« ai?rnT of pain. I tri«d
••arj 1 *"u'ul prrxmre f"r th«- iliBc^"4 but fbnn«1 no
permanrut n-li. until 1 was indue to vw your prrpara
tion of S«r!«ai»ftrilla, whioh IIM i ntirulv uired mr of Rheu
matism, and urtftlly improtrd my tf. n^ral health mora
than anv modiWur I eTer uwil. I t^n fn^ frf»m pam
t..r st'vJ.-iil mnth.«. and have no doubt thf cure w p^rm»
nont anci I ri.-coinmeud it tut tho bt'Rt mo4li«*iue in n»« fut
Khfumatisui. IrfllAM «KIl»OES.
It ia U8ol''!«s to prodnre further testimony In ftwr of Ibll
great rtm«'dy. It has only to be tri««l and prov«4» to tow
Tincc tho i'ublic of ita superior efDcacy
Notice to Females,
John Bull's Sarsaparilla i.i ono of the gr^at^it flrma
BicdiciiiM 11• vr iu rxi-trniM'. Jn nutucroui easl
whore tin ronstitution is drbilrtntcd, th* n r*ou* «ncrjjcy
lesscnotl, when the Hbrl..» -f natim* »rr wiak an*
or an- profuse and overwrought, wbrn th»* f»*e i
colorli j**, the vtrengtli fcebb- alid yii*!«ling, U e sp:rit trojj
bl«'d aii.i d. prrSM'ii. tl»»' beaJtii bn-ki-n. mind »hake
COiihC|iirntlj the happinos» dvstrornl—then Bull'
parilla is a 8oT«'n*iin
•m
Sar«®i(
VCDXHIT.
id to 1
injc this
thttOfciClTi
It a**i»u nature in thu p*R»
formun«*e of bvr duty. bruVrs tbo wb.dis iyt«-m, reTi^^i
pmrntiH-utiy the natural rnorKivn, r»-ino?m» obttru'liorflk,.
rhn-k^ oxrt'.'-sfs. rr'-at«»s punn! lu'althy bl».««J,and iinpan|^
ht-iilth nnd happinesM. Wt n- lie* s-.-uerally U adopt t|ft
U*»e of thin Mr.lU-ii.'-. w.- w«uiM Tar !i-sh fxifToring, di.seaMk.-.
and tuihaypinps* am«»np th»'i« thnn now .•*i.«t». health
take the place of disease, the rosy ehe«-k would smvvd ilfef
pallid fa»*e we should hare smites injsti ad "f tear*, and
haps a happy lonjc lil'e instead of one eut short by
or made miserable by roulinuM suI'Vrinj? and aflliftioj^
At that critical period termed the turn of life," which
often attended witli FO inneh dai er, KuiTs Sarsaparilla Ji
i rt St U rt:e al r| rt.
risi*. should be apprise*
c-f thi alual.lv Medii-
state our personal views of the real merits of
the two Townsend's Sarsaparilla. Of the
claims
preferred by the parties to the original Sarsa
parilla we have nothing lo do, anil leave them
to settle that matter between themselves. But
since we are called "swindlers," and branded
with the declaration of being willing"'to com
mit anv fraud for money" and as "men having i mnt.TmlK. tn r.'.toru to iii.m n si-iiibhuiir of what
AM ladies npproarfc.
fact^ aud ftutf
Ui
A BEAUTIFUL CLEA* »HT.
ITov
wo al! ii.tniirf i
C!.M!\
rosy ro!i,r. il ,1
l.-Miiiii'iil, wliiic skin, ftnd a
Is.
llow ol'l. n ,l wo ix-rwiin, rot
Ff-nin^' tliis tilin so ili ioutly tn lie
sortini to ^o-mrtir.^. lotions, pninls, anj col..ring
... .. [m„ J,.|iriv,.,| III, of, Txri.t 111 11. to,,, with irwt injury
tli«»
BKTTXM
iHm iim
know*,
t:ry i-artifh* of l-.iorlili'
skin. H.M't Sh-jtij".
It lM nutilii'5 the t»Kin hj r^movh^
and umtUr the
tliy and li/nrous, gitinr n^tit
and clkHD^inc llie yellow and durk ^t)unt« niince tn tb*
nnd lr»'.-lmvk5 of yoiitli. I.adi«
k
niukintf it purr, lu ajp
iti(y to i-\rry minnti.'
s, H)Anti"ii
the uo tf
{••lints nnd misturi'-, and Hull's StrmptirHfn, tho otfly
flf cttntl n-in.dy. A word to the wise is euflicieut," a®i"
abiut i» rituu^lt fir tUf l:tdi
TA'FTT/.TIO-VI*
THAN WAS EVKR OF1TREI* IN FAVOR OF AN
St
WTLHCIHI
Ktad thr ('Stinu nif t\f lr. JAwiy.
MR. JOHN KT IL,—1 li:vv« N- h«*it itL.»n in tliat I
Indii'vc jnur Siw]-iri'lt tn tin- artirl** vvrr umv.u
faftun d, f'-r tlif run» «»t' ScmfulH, fyi hilis, nnd man ali^r
Cut in«fWM or (ilundular A!Wti«.ivs h"\in£ utcd it with
eutirv iu uuinLM^S of tho nhnvc
JAS. M. M00KE, M. D.
Louisv ille, Dec. 26,1I4T.
from Dr, JL P. Yan&U, Vr»f*twr of Chemistry in Loui*
rilfr Mtfi'dl Coltf?*.
I have Ir.oM ovr tin- list of itu-inlirnts
Jon* Bri.l/M IMFMPOLMI K\TII AT SAUSA PA 1:11
and no ht Mtaii«u in i*hnthat lhe f«»rui a5at«
poiiiid, and ona that w«*ll in chronu* diM-jisos,, 10
which it ii* applicable. .» L. 1\ YANWSLL, Al. IX
LouUvillt*, Juno 0,1
S-iS.
Frcu Vr. J*yl€S, rhyrinon by ajypornlment io Git Zo*in%U$
Marine 1/uspitul.
L-'i Mvn.i.r, ^larrh 20, 3*4*1,
haro PXnTninfil th«» preparation th»» pn'srription
JQMM MI LL'!* SA11J*APAK1I.LA. and Uli. ve the ouil.iB®r
tion to au rxcelli-nt on«, and wt'll ••ah'uJulwl to prodtot
an ait^ratiw iiupre^ion on tb« h.sU Ui. 1 Lave u*cil
both in puMic and private practiuo, and think it the bail
article of Sarsaparilla in use.
M. PVIil'S, M. DM
Rcnidont ThyKudan, Marine Hospital.
BULL'S ?AR,M?\NTI.U.—Gv whero YNU will, tc 8L« ainl»oatf
hound for a.»h?iJI«'. N.-w (rU*an«», fit. Ixnds, Cincinnati,
MtMllfon, Frankfurt, or for th« Gwn Hir«r country, and
YOU will find intni'-n*«
SUPPLIES of THIRF preparation about
Dt'iiw Pliippt on ard.
liut ft*w rvhants iit our ritv, in ^liatflvcr hrancn
trad*1 MM-Tt'r tlu-y uuiy W' «*ngatet'd, but hate op1«
or HUD'H ai.»aparilla.—L wi&iilU
Mauuiactiiri'tl ut lr. JOHN 1UM.T/S 1^
til Fourth street, Louisville,
Tot sale City bv
L. B. A. 0."A. PATl
CHOICE LAKES FOR Si
Wild or Improved
lUK following described lands, selected
1 from the best in market three years ago,
•will be sold very cheap for cash or, if time
desired for part payment, accommodating term#
will b«j given
In Clinton cr.unfy.—E of S E of Sec 8 and
Vf i of S W Sec 9, Kt
N,
In \Yufiliiri(jtoii count
fi E—100 acres.
II.—W
A of S W anil ft
N W Sec :!R, 77 N. fi W—100 acres.
In I
Ann county.—S of S W ,} and W ot J|..
E Sec 23, N, 5 W—100 acres.
N E i of S E I and lot No 4, Sec 34, 62 ®,
5 W—11-4 acres.
The last named tract has 60 acres under good
improvement, with tri acres of good timber.
The whole of it is a very rich soil, with plenty
of water, and every convenience for a stock or
grain farm, and presents a very desirable loca
tion for a farmer wishing to procure a Cheap
improved place.
The above tracts are all of the best quality
of soil, and eligibly situated in relation to
roiighfares, markets, tc, kc.
Those wishing to secure good bargains,
should lose no time in applying to G. D. PAL*
MER, at Iowa City, or to
COOK «T SARGENT, Da«
venport, Iowa. A. H. PALMER.
December 31,1851.
Ntw Bonks and Drug Store*
L. B. & O. AHPATTERSO^
Dealers in Booh* and Stationery uf eill kinds, Dr%g$t
Medicines, I'aints, Oils. I),JI Stuffs, l"ar«
nin/ten, and Patent Mnlicines, SfC.
HAVEnow
JUST RECEIVED AND ARB
are opening the largest and best, a*v
soniijent of rOOKS,l)RUGS,AND'STATIOX
ERY, ever offered in this city, which will be
said at'priccs reduced one-half from the old
rates. Persons wanting anything in our line
vill do well to give us a call, ss we are deter
mined LoseU
low* €il?,)fay,l 851.

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