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lid on the in#d*. but Peytona
&*L and led her home a length
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have the lead, but on
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clear
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Port of Burltnyton.
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L,J| Wir E»gle, IlaVftB.
"«g Croii, Bersie.,
.• MendoU, ReiU«jr»fc_
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•41 Fortune, P. Aebiison,
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UI1VALS F*1N ASOVE
jSJStnli Ann, Smith.
Fortune. P. Atehison,
1
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do
do
do
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Oquawka
Muiigo Park,
ftai
finer
pn-etl1
living-j
his
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Sllion
Li) Uncle Toby, Cole,
j.» VVirGiglp, Harris,
i» St Croix, Bertie,
LfUCItde, Cameron,
L'» Gi/tna, Connelly,
Lg Mermaid, G\ciiil(
If llcnoiu, Wall,
."leodota, Reillsf,
"#»lcon, M«'m Imtise,
^SOtprev, Andir.-cui,
Ciu/cna
Bloomington
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|HBLMGST03 MARKET.
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Corn
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Wheat «f
Corn, in Mtb,
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Seemax
Flu Seq4#
B«mp
Fotatocs
Flour
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1 he]
the!
BIN DAY SCHOOL MEET
rej u!ar monthly rrietting of
'inul Teachers, parents) and pu
held in tlio Congregutional
"•J louse on \Vclne»ilav evening
o'clock. AH interested are
1
tUttd.
33(rH,
tljieityon THE 27th inRt., MART ANN,
T. B. Read, E.«q 0/ MoWle.
'hit
i a
ygatl
lYontl
Pej'
ik of
evi
way,
kwitUi
}ted
E. 1). .MOIU AN,
GKO. TEMPLE.
Jiweindtkttd to or having claim* a
the late fif«
0
Iheir
to
111
*EnoVAIi
tuinesswill hereafter be car
under the firm of
Ift.C,®- °ROAN k CO.,
~*®lngat the cornor of Main and
"l"1") immediately over J. C.
fg
to
I'ur-
zate,
bear
ed j-
Pibtore, where cutting
lame-,]
thai
fnd.x,
hkrkht!/ 'ow"shi[, an cstray
kll^, *.ot kwwn with a few wlnto
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CLOTHING. CLOTHING.
"I US RECEIVED at the corner of
Man and Jctfcrson-tit, a large and
splendid assortment of Summer Cloth.ng.
1 hero will be found in our assortment:
inc cloth coats, dress and frock casximcre,
fatinett, tweed jeana, lirown and yellow
linen, kriinlin, plaid linen, check linen,
and inanv others too numerous to mention,
also, pants of all kinds vests, shirts,stock*,
under garments, handkerchiefs, cravats,
socks, suspenders and every thing usually
found in our Una
We intend keeping our assortment at all
times full ol fresih und scisonable ciothing
of the latest style and importations. Those
in want of cloili'iig will find it to their ad
vantage to call at
tiiySD \VM. G/IRRETT St CO.
1
OO
mly time to «ay that it
!3L
Ace
1s
"barney
I'HINTS, nfew"style.",
just received und for sale by
«IY 29 CSARRK'IT VT CO.
RLUE DRILLS—1 case, a first rate
article for sale cheap by
*"'29 GARRETT &. co.
Y
E1
Second Heat.
1 58
1 54
1 55
i
1 56
4 5
i
'«^OW NANKEENS-On hand
the Lonsdale and Armdale whieh will
be sold cheap by GARRKTT Sl co.
'I^ICKI.NGS —12 pieces Amo^keag,
l'ennsgrove, Burlington and other
brandsinst received and for sale low by
29 GARRKTT &, co.
^rABbV VELVET—6 pieces black
tali.iy velvet, handsome color and-dY
ferent qualities (or sale by
my29 GARRRTT &. co.
SATT1NETTS—20
ps. comprising
a first rate assortment, which we wi-l
sell at great barjTitiiis GARRETT JT co.
VfAPKlNS—A beautiful article of
NapKtns just received and for sale by
mv39 GARRETT & CO.
17" ENTUliinT JEANS—25 pieces
difl'erent qualities,-on hand and for
nle by GARRETT & co.
my29 [Gazette Copy] 1
LIQUORS, WINES, C01U)IAL\
rpHE SUBSCRIBER hasjust ree'd
JL persteamei Mermaid, a largo lot of
the finest Liquors, Wines and Cordials ever
brought to tiiis market consisting in part
of
1 Pipe Holland Gin
1 do Cogtriac brandy
1 do i?ignett do
S casks Port Wine
1 do Madeira do
5 Barrels New York Brandy
2 do Rye Whiskey
10 do Cincinnati Rectified do
Basket Champagne Wine
1 do fine French Cordials
1 box Brandy Cherries
Muscat Wine
Claret do
Creme de Noyau
fine chevting Tobacco
common do do
1 do
1 do
1 do
1 do
1 do
4 do
4 do
5 do
Principe
Regalia
Oranges
Lemons,
Cigars
do
PRIME
60 a 70
30
18 a 23
26
1,1-2 a 1,15
850 a t5
37 a 40
3,50 a 3,75
61 a 8
12 a 18
31
4J a 6^
17 a 18
Yams 5 to 19
for sale wholesale or
retail by 11. B. MARLOW,
corner of Water and Jefferson-sts.
my22-if 52
pORT WINE AND COGNAC
BiilNlY—In case of sickness 1 have
one cask oT Port Wine and one of cngniac
Brandy whi di is the best ever brought to
this market. II. B. .MARLOW.
my25 52
X. O. SUGAR—12 Hhds.
just received per .Mermaid and Alex.
Scott, direct from New Orleans and for
sale at very low rates by
my22 J. G. LAUMAN.
]Y o. MOLASSES—30 bbls. new
crop, just received per Steamer Po
tosi, for sale cheap for cash by
my22 J. G. LAUMAN.
UAISINS—*^9
boxes Malaga Raisins
splendid ordtr just received direct
from New Orleans and for sa'c cheap bv
m\22 J. G. LAUMAN.
HERRING—20
Morgan and Tern-
t.
8B ,regcnt ,e
!-ame wi&oat
*Ulem«nt. to E. L). MorgaX.
un
mak-
*o»garments of every dcscrtp
,,^^
wccu
[first
lerei
•ear
I re
yvo.
rth,
ted to order wilh n«it-
JK. D. MORGAN
S 'W. M. TRAER.
NO TICE,
rw£$£
w
.w«.Mi
of
10 1,0 fivc
^^land firt
Al'Prai*ed
to thirty-
nt
jwer
|nfu
Ul
ted,
t(l
y
11 Ra
^WUI,v
er
before Frederick Ileizer,
*^•*1 ftjjnjmyEIstray Ree^j.
JOHN R. W 0003,(3%.
1
i n rA2
r) D[
a wikg.
the
F0Rl) res
Mh.:
ad,
I ih
|ave
reli
at
pectfully
la,2^-of Burlington and
CSWie ®,tif
on lni ncc
i school
.1
ch tLe arl 01
NlHWwJl'V
v,r
'°us branches, on
l.'eCk
:yS,nd
Fr'd,*«
of each
mktt* the low price
w s a i S i
National Hotel, np
(n»j29-tf
ie mo8t a
^S
P"
^'^rsalcat the Hawk-Eye
ni}2'J
000
lbs good~freph
(change for goods at cash
WESLEY JONES.
.SUSPENDERS.
a fl,,c ar,
iclc ffiur
tei^'co.
I,
r. *.%!
JU
boxes Scotch Her­
ring, just received and for sale very
chea by J. G. LAUSIAN.
Lfine
EMONS—5 boxes fresh and in
order, just received and for sale
by J- G. LAUMAN.
ItKAL K.ST A K f'OK SAI.K.
A
•Intion of Partnership.
Mrtncnhip heretofore ex idling
the subscribers wag dissolved
deonient 011 the 21st iav of Mav,
FRAME HOUSE and lot on the
public square in the town of Mount
Plearalit, Henry county, Iowa pr cc $690,
one third cash, balance in 6, 12 and 13
months. Interest from date of sale, secured
by mortgage the property.
ALSO,
lot of ground 011 which are erected four
tenements, three of which are good frame
buildings, occupied as the post office, tailors
shop and confectionary, situated on the cor
ner of Washington and Main streets, in the
city of Burlington, low* price $1600 one
third cash, balance in 6. 12 and 18 mcnths.
Interest from day of sale secured by mort
ea*c on the property.
VVM. B. EWIN'G .V SON,
Durlington, Iowa.
ALSO,
A lot on Ilill street in Galena on which
is erccted a frame ware house, which rents
at present for 8100 per annum. Price $700.
Terms, one third cash, balance in 6, 12
and Its months, secured by mortgage. En
quire of 1* DLUMMONDj
T.N.REYNOLDS,
my 22-52 W arsaw, Illinois.
The Galena Gaiette will insert the above
four times and send bill to Win. B. Ewing
& Son, Burlington.
School for Young Ladies.
iHE MISSES NEALLliY propose
opening a school in this city cxclu
siveiv for Young Ladies, in which all the
English branches usually taught in the
New England Female Seminaries including
Algebra, ihc Latin and French Language*,
Vocal .Music will be taught if required.—
If a suitable room and sufficient encourage
ment can be obtained it is their intention
to continue, and they hope to establish ft
school for Young Ladies that shall do cre
dit to themselves and their pupils.
Parents and friends who feel interested in
the establishment of such an institution
will greatly oblige by lending their aid
and usin" their influence.
Miss Frances M. A. Nealley, Principal,
ban had much experience.
The teini will commence 011 Wednesday
the 1
Uh inst ,at the
TCST RECEIVED
HarpRrs' Bible, complete to No. 23.
Wandering Jew, complet*to No. 10.
Prisoners of Perote,
English women in Egypt.
Crookshank's Omnibus, Nos 1 and 2.
Safia.
The Improviastore.
Warwick Woodlands.
Palais Royale.
Nights, of the Round Table.
Fanny Esslers Letters.
1'hil Burccl and Irish Stories.
Grahnm, (ioiley, und Ladim* National
Magazines lor May. For sale bv
my8 J. F. TALLANT.
Dissolution.
rpilP. partnership recently existing be
_1_ tweeu the subscribers was muttally
dissolved on thu first dav of May, 1815.
WM IIOLDRIDGH
51-.It II. DUDLEY OILMAN.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
TJ Y VIRTUE of a deed of trust to*
ine executed by Lewis E Reynolds, I
will sell on the 23d day of June next be
tween the hours of nine o'clock A. M. and
four o'clock p. at public vendue to the
highest bidder for cash, the following des
cribed property situate in the city of Bur
lington, Iowa Territory, to wit—Town lot
numbered twenty-nine with the appurte
nances thereunto belonging. Sale to take^
place in front of the court House.
WARD LAMSUN, Trustee.
rny22-5t 52
tllE subscribers would respectfully in
its
vicinity, that they will cmitinuc tocar
v 011 the business of Stone Cutting in all
its various branches, at the old stand on the
corner of Columbia and Water streets.—
Thankful for past favors, are desirous of re
ceiving a share of the public patronage,
and any work entrusted to them will be
pioinptly and punctually attended to.
J.H. YEATES,
T. W. SCOTT.
aplO '45-tf
K1STO L, Bricks.---For cleaning
knives, scouring, 5fc. for sale by
Sept-'J T.4LL.4XT
Molasses, Molasses.
014 BBl.S New Orleans Molasses,
OU do do sugar house do. just ree'd
Irom N Orleans and for sale cheap bv
apl7 Jf. O. LAUMAN.
llf IIISKV,"2S bbls whisky, which I
will exchange for corr., rvc or cash.
r.'i 1 DAVID.
i\ew Goods.
'ESLY JONES lias ri moved to the
Brict Building adjoining W Cool
liauirh and Co., and has just received a fresh
lot of
,IVic Spring Goods, viz.
W'
New styles Fancy Lawns and B.tlzirines
Calicoes, in great variety. Ginghams, &.C
Mens and Boys Summer Ware for Coats
and Pants
Alpacas, Plain and c-il'd,
Fancy Scarfs and Shawls, new sty
Us
Fancy Mitts and Gloves, &c
Superior black Kid Gloves for gentlemen
and ladies also
A fine assortment of DO^^EITS, Rib
bons, and artificial Flowers
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Irish Lin
ens, &e. Mourning Lawns
Parasols, Fans, Pins, Nsedles, &.C.
Watered ar.d Fancy Silks for Ladies dres
ses, with many
New. and Fancy Goods.
Also, a good stock ol DOM LSI ICS
Checks, Ticks, bleached and brown Mils,
lins, very cheap. Cotton Yarn, Batting, ,Vc
Also a large assortment of SHOLS, well
assorted
HATS—fur, Russia and pearl, Leghorn
and palm leaf Hats
Queens ware, assorted, cheap
Hardware—Tiace chains, shovels, epades
Hoes, knives and lorks, penknives, &.c. &.c
all cheap also
GKOCLRIES—Sugar, coflfce, tea, mo
lassos, best madder and indigo, pepper, all
spice, saleratus, nails, glass, salt, &.C., and
nianv other Goods, all of which I am dis.
posed to sell at very reduced pricts to suit
the times. Call and tee and then judge for
yourselves, WESLY JONES.
Alay 15,1845
Galena, Illinois.
ALSO,
A two story frame dwelling house and
lot, together with another lot, in the town
of Warsaw, Illinois. Price S8U0.-one third
cash, balance on credit. Enquire of
church room over Mr
4
T-insley's store on Mai.i Street.
Tuition, $3. Term, 12 weeks.
my 15—11" 51
IB BON 8—25 pieces Bonnet'and
inantua ribbons, in great variety, joat
#«ccived and for sale by
I my8 J- G. LAUMAFl.
r|1AKEN UP by John Mitzker, on
A the 23d day of April, A. D. 1845,
running at large 011 his premises in Scott
township, Mahaska county, Iowa Territo
ry a light Sorrjl Marc with a streak star
in her foreiiead, considerably saddle mark
ed, some while al ng the mane, leit hind
foot white half up the hock joint, fourteen
hands high, and supposed to be twelve or
thirteen years (.Id and a light bay horse
Colt, with a star in the forthead. No other
marks perceivable.
J. W. CUNNINGHAM,
May 15-51q Clerk Board of C. C.
Taken Up,
BY
Merit Jamison, of Florence Town
ship, Louisa county, Iowa Territory
on the 28th April last, an Estray Horse,
described as follows: viz—"A BAY, about
seven years old, about fifteen hands high,
some white hairs on his shoulder, a trot
ter and uppraised at fifty dollars." Post
ed before Justice Medigon, May 2, lf-45.
A draught from my Estray Book, certi
fied May 13th, 1845.
JOHN GILLELAND
May I5-51q Co. Com. Clerk.
Noticc.
A LL persons having claims against J. II.
jfV CI.AY MUDD, will please present them
to the subscriber without delay.
May 15-51 VV. H. l'OSTLEWAIT.
~ADMIS1S'I RA
TOR S SJ1LE
BY
VIR TUE of a decree of the Dis
trict Court of Des Moints County,
Iowa Territory, rendered on the 3-Uh day
of October, 1840, we will, on Saturday,
the 21st day of June next, in front of the
Court House, sell the following described
real estate as the property of David Jaines,
deceased, late of said county of Des Moines,
viz:—Lot No. one of the Iractional lot on
section 33 town 70, R. 2 west, adjoining
the city plat 011 the north, containing ten
acres.
Lot number threa of said fractional lot
and section, also containing ten acres and
only sepirated from the first described Lot
number one, by a similar lot of ten acres
numbered iwo.
Said lots are near the city and may ba
considered desirable for residences. Per
sons desirous of knowing Iheir situation
can see a plat of them at the Probate of
fice.
The terms are nine months credit, with
approved security.
WM. MORGAN,
JONATHAN MORGAN, S
may 8 '45-6t 56
VESTINGS—12
1} URL1 GTON HAWK-EYE.
FIRST A KRIVAL OF SPRING GOODS
AT TIIK
GREAT WESTER!*.
YI7TLLIAM GARRETT .V Co., are now
V receiving and opening a beautiful as
sortment of Spring Goods from l'hiUdelphia
and Baltimore, which have been selected
wilh greLt care and bought on the most fa
vorable terms, which will enable them to
sell them as low if not lower than anv
house on the Upper Mississippi ytmong
our assortment will be found the foilowiug
goods:
Cloths, Blue, Blue Black. BrCWn and In
visible Cassimere*, Plain, Black,Striped and
l'la'd Cassinett l'lain, Striped and Plaid
Kentucky Jeans.
3ambroons
Blue Lri 1
Is
Linen Drills
Brown Linen
Nankeens
G'ligiii-.ms
Halzannee
l.uvvns
Cash incre D'JEcosse
Cottonad--s
Cotton Drills
Brown Drills
rincn
Mourning Lawnti
Jncniit ts
Cambrics
Prints
Bonnet (Awn
10 '4
Apr '45
GLOVES—Two
Coatings
Tickings
'.'hecks
Irish Linen
Holland
Colored Muslins
Bleached do
Brown do
Osnabcrga
Russia Diaper
Table do
doz Ladies Black
Kid Gloves, 2 doz. ladies light kid
Gloves, !J doz ladies light silk Gloves, just
received and for sale by
my8 4 J. G. LAUMAN.
TUST ARRIVED per Steamers
•J War Eagle and Lynx, in addition to
my large and extensive stock of Dry Goods
1 have jnst received a large shipment of
Fresh and desirable Foreign and Domes
tic Dry Goods, which will enable me to
offer a more extensive assortment to my
customers than heretofore the public are
respectfully requested to examine my stock.
my8 J. G. LAUMAN.
|ALZARINES, LAWNS, Ac., six
•1™ pieces worsted balzarines, 10 pieces
fancy painted lawns, 6 pieces bonnet and
Gingham Lawns, 3 pieces black lawn, 10
pieces mouselin de lames, just received and
for sale very cheap by
my8 j. G. LAUMAN.
ttardicare and Cutlery.
JUSTsale
received by steamer .Mermaid and
for a large assortment of Hardware
and such as
Door, till, pad,cupboard, chest and trunk
Locks.
Knob and Norfolk Latches, scissors,
Shears,sheep shears, stirrups, bridle bit J.
Square, flat and round bolts,
Knives and forks of kinds,
Gcruim silver, Britlunia and irAn tabZe
and tea spoons,
Riveted and wrought tab/e hinges,
Par2:ament do
Wood screws—aU sizes, wheel irons,
MJ.'Z and baud saws, mi/i and hand saw
li/es rasps, augers, fUh hooks, lacks,
Kaughphy tm/is, trace chains,
Curry combs, drawing knives,
Axes Yankee and Kentucky patterns
and a great many other kinds loo numer
ous to mention, all of which witf be so/d
JW for cash or country produce by
WM. GARRET I' CO.
mnr27 Sign of the Great Western.
15 Packages of Boots & Shoes.
AVII.LI VM GARKETT & CO.,
At sisn of lie'*Grent Western,"
Athe
RE now receiving and open.ng one of
the largest and most extensive assort
ments of llools and Shoes of everv descrip
tion and quality ever offered ill this citv,
which have been selected wilh great care
and attention expressly for retailing: farm
ers ard others wishing to supply their fam
ilies with a good article of boots and shoes
w ill do well to cull and examine our assort
ment before purchasing elsewhere. It con
sists in part of
84 pairs mens thick boots
60 do do Kip do
48 do do calf do
24 do do Morrocco boots
24 do do seal do
240 do do thick brogans
3011 do do Kip Monroes
24 do boys thick boots
12 do youths do do
300 do boys and youths thick and kip
brogans
400 do woincns high and low kip, calf,
and morrocco shoes
120 do Ladies Kid slippers
160 do do common do
40 do misses do
300 do childrens shoes of every size,
shape and quality
46 do gentlcmeus dancing pumps
20 lbs green shoe thread
300 do hemlock tanned sole Leather
200 do oak do do do
The above with a great many other kinds
too numerous to mention renders our stock
so complete that those who may favor us
with a call cannot fail to be pleased both
n regard to price and quality. [mar27
A I O
THANKFUL
for the patronage heretofore
received, and desiring a continuation o!
the favors of his friends and the public has
concluded to reduce his price to toe lowest
possible living rates. In lulurehe will make
Cloth Coats at from §6,00 to 7,50 Panta
loons and Vests from 1,50 to 2,00 cutting
cloth coats 75 cents, Jeans and other goods,
50 cents punts 37 cents. He is in the reg
ular receipt (if Eastern fashions and will do
hie work in the best style.
Shop on Jefferson Street.
aplO '45-3in
Thompsonian Medicines.
Asonian
SM A assortment of fresh Thomp
Medicines, put up in Baltimore
will be opened and lor sale at the City
Drug Store on Monday nest, by
feb6 ). READ.
Dye Stuffs.
GARRETT, & CO., have just re
ceived 1 Ceroon of Indigo, a spten
did article of Spanish float, 1 cask of Mad
der, for sale wholesale or retail.
ap3
COIIX,
Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Butter,
Eg!:», Tallow and Lard, constantly 011
hand and for sale by S. KIMBALL.
Dried Fruit.
BBL®. dried applrs,
15 do do peaches, just ree'd *nd
by J. G. LitU.MAN,
27
&pl i
pieces Marsailles,
Fancy Vesting*. 4 prs wool I'laid do,
aix pieces silk striped and plaid cashmere,
just received and for gale
ray8 J. G. LAUMAN.
ENTUCKY JEANS—20 pieces
just ree'dby J, G. LAUMAN.
Water-st.
BARTON T. DAVID,
One door East of Garrett Co. Jefferson-st.
WOULD respectfully anuounce
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
\yiIEREA8 George V. Hight and
Nancy K. Hight, his wife, by llihir
Deed bearing date the nineteenth day of
January, eighteen hundred and forty'four,
did convey unto the undersigned, Trus
tees, "a certain lot or parcel of land in the
town of Burlington in the Territory of
Iowa, being lot numbered seventy (70 ac
cording to p!uu ol said town or city con
taining sixty-liet in front on Main street
and .extending the same width to Front
rtreet about two hundred and twenty.five
feet," in trust to secure to Charles Seniple
or to whosoever might be too legal owner
thereof, the payment of eight promissory
notes executed by the said George V. Hight
and Streno 1'owars of even date with said
deed, each for the sum of two hundred
and fifty dollars with interest thereon at
the rate of eight per cent per annum from
date and payable the first in sixty days,
the second iu ninety days, the third in four
months, the fourth in livo months, the fifth
in six months, the sixth in seven months,
tile seventh iu eight months and the eighth
in nine months from date, as will more ful
ly and at large appear reference being had
to said deed recorded in the Rccordei'a Of
fice for the county of Des Moines iu said
Territory on Record Book No. I, of the
record of Mortgages, page 219 aud 250, and
win reas the four last mentioned notes with
the interest due thereon are now in arrears
and unpaid. Now thereforsut the request
ol the legal owners of said notes, wo as
'lrusteea aforesaid will on Thursday the
26th day of June next, between the hours
of 11 o'clock A, M. und 1 o'clock r. M» of
said day, at the premises in the City of
Burlington and Territory of Iowa, proceed
to sell for cash at public auction to the
highest bidder the premises above describ
ed, 111 order to pay the said notes together
with the interest due thereon to the" legal
owners of said notes according to the pro
visions of said Deed of Trust.
to
his friends and public generally, that
he bus jus*, reeeived per steamers St Croix
end Fortune, a complete and full assort
ment oi
SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS,
These together with his former slock, ena
bles linn to effer inducements to the trad
ing community to give bun a call before
purchasing, elsewhere as time and money
can actually be saved. [»p24
JOHN R. SUEPLEY,
ISAAC LOCK WOOD, $ ^ees.
St Louis, April 18, 1845-tds 48
^JHAINS—One thousand pr's Log
Chains—100 pr's trace chains received
and for sale by
majrl J^G. LAUMAN.
TTOES—Ten doz. Garden and Corn
Hoes, just received and for sale by
mayl J. G. LAUMAN.
CJ.VWS—1 doz. Mill and Cross cut
Saws, 2 doz hand saws, 2 doz webb and
Panncll do. just received and for sale by
•nay 1 J. G. LAUMAN.
13 Rl NTS—200 pieces Spring and
Summer prints, new and beautiful
styles, just ree'd and for sale very low by
mayl J. G. LAUMAN.
12 pieces Ginghams,
nd for sale by
J. G. LAUMAN.
QINGI1AMS
just ree'd an
may 1
SHEETINGS—Fourand
Bales Brown
sheeting just received for sale by
mayl J. G. LAUMAN.
RUMMER GOODS—50 pieces cot«
ton drills, every variety, 25 do linen
do 50 pieces Nankeen, blue aud vcilow, !2
pieces Gaiubrootis.just ree'd and for sale bv
mayl J. G. LAUMAN.
J^JLOV ES--Silk, Kid, Linen and
cotton of all colors and qualities—also
suspenders and hdiifs, linen silk and Cot
ton of every kind fur sale by
mayl B. T. DAVID.
(^TOCKS—Satin, with and without
bands, bombazine, plain and .incv
for spring and summer wear for sale low
at DAVID'S.
ROLLINS' AXES—3 boxes Collins'
axes—also, 2 do/, coffee mills and five
doz Hoes, just reciived aud for s.tle at
mayl DAVID'S.
"1^~ES 1'INGS—A
few
pieces Sum­
mer Vestings, ulso 2 p's black satin
do. and one piece superior black silk Vel
vet and for sale low at DAVID'S.
IRISH
LINEN—10 pieces Irish lin
en juat ree'd and for sale low at
mayl DAVID'S.
CJUMYIKR HATS—70 doz Mens and
boys palmetto hatf, from 12 12 cents to
SI each—4 doz Leghorn hats, a superior
article just received and for sale very low
by J.G. LAUMAN.
miyl Water-st.
|ONNETS AND TRIM MINGS—6
-i-* doz devan straw bonnets, 3 doz braid
do. 4 doz Florence braid, latest style, a
splendid assortment—10 ps straw Gimp,
just received and for sale very cheap by
J. G. LAUMAN,
mayl Water below Jefferson-st.
QOOO
1
*75
JUNIATA
and for sale
Lns ASS 'i
*J\J W IRON, in Store
cheap by
GARRETT & CO
K GS
JUNIATA NAILS,
assorted sizes in store and for
sale wholesale and re'ail bv
mayl W. GARRETT & CO.
OG AND TRACE CHAINS—on
hand and for sale by
mayl W. GARRETT Jf CO.
Y*--ARL HATS-W. GarreuirCo"
Jl have on hand and for sale, a good
supply of pearl bats, a good article for
aummer—also, extra fine Nutria, cassi
mere, Russia and ,.11 the different kinds of
hats now in use. (mayl '15
SCYTHES—dozdoz
4 Waldron's grain
scythes—1 Ellittson's do do -6
doz Waldron's Grass i'o—3 doz sickles—2
doz sneaths, scythe stones, rifles, &c., on
band Hiid for sale by GARRETT CO.
"VV^HISKEY—25 barrels Rectified
Whiskey on hand and for sale by
mayl [Gaz copy] GARRETT & CO.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER has reeved
A his store to Messrs Posllewait it Cree
gan's brick house, adjoining Messrs W. F.
Coolbaugh & Co., where he will be pleased
to see bis old friends and many new ones, as
he will be receiving new goods and good
bargains will of course be had at bis New
llou*e. WEsLLY JONES.
ap24—Gaz copy 48
llorning's Vegetable Syrup, a
Certain Cure for
E V E A N A U E
/JlHIS MEDICINE, being a concen-
A traled fluid extract of Barks,
combined
with ether vegetable extracts, is thereby
rendered a medicine of the greatest utility
in the cure of all diseases arising from ex
posure to marshy and miasmatic countries,
and is now offered to the public as an in
fallible cure for Fev*r and Ague, Chills
and Fever, Ague
Cake &c. It isalso recom­
mended aR a valuable tonic well calculated
to arouse the tone of the stomach when it
has become inactive from any cause.
gold by Reed & Brother, Maiu-st., above
7th, Cincinnati J. F. 'Jgillant, Water-et.,
Burlington, and Messrs Saunders, Mount
Pleasant. [ap24 *44
FIRST ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
riMJE SUI^CKIBER has just ree'd
A his first shipment of spring and sum
mer goods, uhich, with bis former heavy
stock, will make his assortment the moat
extensive in the Territory. Having ulso
made arrangements by which 1 w ill be in
regular receipt of Goods from the Eastern
markets drring the season, I can therefore
offer to the public greater inducements and
better bargains than ever before offered in
this market. J. G. LAUMAN.
a p24 48
Look to Your Interest.
THOSE
knowing themselves indebted to
the subscriber (previous to December
last) are hereby notified that he is in want
of funds, all such demandsthat are not paid
by the 1st of May next will be placcd in the
hands ol an officer for collection.
apl7 T. DAVID.
Liquors, Liquors.
ONE
Pipe Pure Cogniac Brandy,
4 do American do
1 do Pure Madeira Wine,
1 do Sweet Malaga do
just ree'd direct from the importers and for
sale by
apl7 J. G. LAUMAN.
NATIONAL HOTEL.
rilHE subscribers will rent the National
JL
Hotel, cither for a Hotel or in sepa
rate apartments,
as may be desired.
Enquire of WM.C. CAMERON, or
apl7 GEORGE P.lR'I'RIDGE.
SL1GO IRON STORE.
Jefferson street, Burlington, Iowa.
TRON—Flat, square and round, ass'd
sizes, plough slabs, plough w ings, ass'd
shapes a.d sizes.
STEEL«Cast,
German, itm. blister, Eng.
blister, German and spring ass'd
sizes.
STOVES—Iinproved
Premium, and Yan­
kee Notion Cook Stoves, Parlor,
Coal, Box, 10, 7, aud 6 plates,
different sizes.
ALSO-«"Jewetl,s
Iinpioved Patent Cary
Ploughs, Tin Plates, Copper,
Sheet-iron, iron wire, Nails and
casting of every description,
A full supply of the above articles always
on hand, and for sale a-i low as can be af
forded by HUDSON E BRIDGE,
ap'J4 JOHN G. FOOTF., Act.
J« \veU*s Patent Cary Plough.
riMIE subscriber would inform his friends
_L
and customers that lie has now on hand
ft large supply of the above justly celebrat
ed ploughs, ol this year's manufacture, and
is thereiore prepared to fill «11 orders at the
shortest noticc.
Within the past year I have added some
valuable improvements to said plough. The
inouldhoard is I inches higher, and is fas
tened to the standard with bolts and scrows,
instead of rivets as formerly. It can there
fore be easily tiiken off for repairs or any
other purpose, at pleasure. The standard
is also 2 inches higher, and cast with the
same eircI: as the mouMbonrd until it en
ters the beam. This prevents all posibility
of its choking, even in the most foul ground.
The heel of the la-.us/idc is also cast with
a chill, which will prcvc.it its wearing so
fast, thereby causing the plough to run loss
steady than when new.
To those who have used these ploughs,
(and there 'are thousands of the best I "rul
ers in Missouri and Illinois who have,) not
one Word as to their performance need be
said. To those who have not tested their
superiority over all otiier kinds now in use
wilh us, and their perfect adaptation to our
light, loamy soil, 1 will say that you would
promote your interests by giving them a tri
nl. You will find them to work easy for
your team, to do the work with great expe
dition and to do it well. 'I i7e mouldboard
being made of wrought iron, of a peculiar
shape, and the entire shear of si
eel, tliev
scour brijrht in all soils, which is the great
desideratum ill a plough for this section of
countrv.
HUDSON E. BRIDGE,
Succcssor to Bridge & Hale.
JOHN G. FOOTE,
Burlington March 6—'45—41—tf
NEW SPRING GOODS.
BROWNDriljings,
and bleiched Linen,
do
Blue do
Mixed do
Nankeen, Gingham, fancy cassimcre, Ky.
Jeans, 5 4 4 4 1-b and 3-4 heavy brown
muslins, black and eolored do, just ree'd
and for sale by B. T. DAVID.
"I^ANCY GOODS—New style paint
ed lawns, do do balzarines, rich bon
net and cap ribbons, Ladies' fine black and
colored Kid Gloves, silk, cotton and thread
do. Jaconet, edgings and insertings, cash
meres, mouslin de Tains, white, blue and
pink crape lisle, new style prints, Swiss
book and jaconet muslins for sale at
may 1 DAVID'S.
riALICOES—100 pieces Calicoes,
just received and for sale by
ma I H. T. DAVID.
^UGAR—N. O. Sugar, just received
and for sale low for cash by
ma 1 T. DAVID.
SI3 10 COFFEE—just received and for
11
sale by B. T. DAVID.
ICE—Just received and for sale
10
filacksmittifnsr*
Agent*
by
ma 1 B. T. DAVID._
SCYTHES—2
doz. Grain do. two
do Grass do. and 1 do Brush do. just
ree'.i and lor sale hv B. T. DAVID.
Loaf Sugar.
BBLS. Loaf Sugar, 500 do double re
fined do. just ree'd a in! for sale by
apl7 J. G. LAUMAN.
enamelled and I'enrl Vi«iting Cards.
1 FEW packs of theae elegant cards,
l\. suitable for Ladies, for sals at the
City Drug Store, by J. READ.
COMBS, BUTTONS, C.
have just received a large lot of
fr she.'l tuck and side combs,
lioru do do d,»
Fine ivory do, dressing do, Packet do,
Hemming needles, solid head pins,
1 liiinMcs, hooks aud eves, bonnet reede,
Shaving boxes, shaving brushes,
Fancy soap, ink stands, razors,
Razor strops, hair brushes, clothing de.
Shoe do, tapes, black aud white cord,
Black 'and white striped tapes for hat
bands,
Ferriling silk galoons, figured velvet,
Top coat bullous, lasting, bom be
sine,
horn and inetal do,
Vest buttons of all kinds,
Black and white bone suspender buttons,
Pearl and agate shirt do, strap do* with
a great many little notions too numerous
to mention, all o! which will he sold cheap
for cash by VVM. GARRETT & CO.
mar27 °f
e
Sole and Upper Leather.
JT'^T
received a lot of Leather, cheap.
iVb20__ WHS LEY JON'ES.
t)/ul A O N o u o u s just
receivedjind for sale by
JDSON E BRIDGE.
John G. Foote,
marl3
i i E s
u
v
JL s i I
w&ulJ infciri
the pul.nc
that he has
commen e
e a o v e
business on
the turner of
i a n
Coluiiibia-slsj
i mediately
North of the
k
|f
J-)
E. church
where he will
bcrea.iv end to acconunodatc lliose
who may favor him with ft call in his
line.
Repairing of Buggies, Carriages, and
Waggons, done to order and on liberal
terms.
From long experience, and strict at
tention to business, lie hopes to receive ft
share of public patrmage. Drop in gen
tlemen.
H.
c.
HAWKINS.
N. B. Particular attention paid to the
shoeing of gentlcuicu'a riding horses.
my8-3m II. C. II.
Kaig -y|.uu|| ||o Undersold.
CASH, CAS'l, CASH LEATHER,
AND
HIDES, BOOTS, SHOES
FINDINGS.
S. VAN DUSEN & CO.,
HAVE
JUST OPENED a Shop on
Jefferson Street, three doors ast of
Third, where they offer at wholesale and
letail, CIIK.IPKR THAN CAN BE SOLO ELSKWIIEIIK
IN TIIB TEIIRITOHV.
I.KATHKR OF KVERT NESCRIPTIOD, such as
Harness, Bridle, I'/i/icr, Calf, Kip, and
Sale Leather, Boot and Shoe, Morocco, Kid,
Linings, Shoe binding», SjC.
Also, a large assortment of first rat*
CUSTOM WORK.
GENTS CALF, BOOTS and SHOES,
LADIES' KID SHOES, TIES, BUSKISS, &,C.
CHILDRENS SIIOKS of ertry variety.
Also a large assortment ol SHOE MAKERS
FINDINGS, such as lasts, peg*, sparables,
ifc., all of wnich they will sell for the
"READV ROOT," HIDES, upprovcd country
produce, tallow, A-c.
They will pay CASH for HIDT%=T.
The subscribers w ill carry on the Craav
ING BUSINESS in Biirlin«Um and will there,
fore be able to sell a better article of Leatlf
er and cheaper than any other person can
offer to the public.
HAWK-LYIM and SUCKERS, one and ALL
are respectfully solicited before they clcee
bargains, to call two do irs cast of Mcln
tyre's hardware store, and examine the
goods offeren bv
mayl S. VAN DUSEN & CO.
NEW GOODS AND CHEAP.
I^IIF. subscribers have just received and
are opening at their Oil Stand, on the
comer of Columbia and Water sts., in
Messrs Noble and Yalcs large brick block,
their
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which, with their former stock will make
theirs one of the largest and best in the
city, comprising a full and general assort
me
111 ol
nY
GD2DS!
riain and fancy summer cas«imera, sat»
tiiiets. FITR.eli and American Iroadcloths,
tweed cassimeres, velveteen, Kentucky
and Steubeiivillejeans, habit cloths, flannels
blue plaid and fancy summer drilling,brown
and bleached sheeting und shirting, Irish
linen, linen cambric hdkfs. jaconelt, cam
bric, Swiss mull, plaid and striped muslins,
Bombazines, silks, til'k aud white saiiiis,
White and black-crape, crape lisse,
Fine black and colored alpaccas,
Scotch and .liiicrican gingham,
A new s.iie ol French gingham Lawijs,-^
Balzarines. barage corded skirls,
Black Italian cravats, dress hdkfs,
Summer shawls, cap and bonnet ribbons,
Hair aud silk gimps, gimping cords, veils.
Silk fringe, sewing silk skein and ball
tin cad.
Coat cord and blr.dings, buttons,
Gum clastic und worsted suspenders,
Artificial flowers, hosiery, un extra arti
clcof Kid Gloves, zephyr worsted working
patterns, a beautiful article of fashionable
prints, Sl c.
llats, Cnp«, and Bonnets,
Gentlemen." cassimcre, silk, Russia and
Nutria bats. Cloth and oil cloth caps, palm
leaf hats. Florence l.raid and straw bonnets,
BOUTS AND SHOES,
Mens coarse boots and brogam, fine calf
and kip boots and shoes. Ladies fine slip
pers and gaiter walking BIIOJO, Misses and
childrens shoes,
Sole aud upper Leather.
Ql'EENSVVARE.
China, (ilass and Earlhernware, a full
anrt e neral assortment.
HARDWARE AVD CUTLERY,
Knives and forks, pocket and penknives,
Spoons, files, rasps, coffee mills.
Locks and 1 .itches, hammers, spades,
Shovels, hoes, tr:ic?«, butts and screws.
Grass and ^rain sc\thes. Log chains, &c.
Groceries:
Tea, coffee. Loaf and brown sugar.
Molasses, Spices tobacco, Mustard, unity
Cfctidlcs, dried apples, sporting and blast
ing powder, dye stuffs, indigo, madder.
Alum, copperas. Logwood, Liquors,
French and .tmerican brandy, port wine,
Holland Gin, old Rye Whiskey, i^c., ftll
of which they will stllat the lowest prices
for cash or exchangH for produce.
Awake awake to your interests arise
and come to the Cheap Cash Stote, when
you can always lay out your ready money
to the bci.1 possible advantage.
ftti 10 S & P. LLNDEML'TH.
IXSUKAXCE.
MERCHANDIZE,
HEMP, Tobacco
or any other pro-lucc shipped on
board the steam boat OSFRF.V, on the Mis
sissippi and Ohi( rivers, will bu insured
at
the usual rates of premium by the under
sigr.ed Insurance Companies.
Union Insurance Cotnpuny,by P. RIDGE
LY, Soc'y.
Marine Insurance Cempnty of St Lotus,
by D. HOUGll, Sec'y.
St Louis 1'erpetnal Insurance Company,
S. A. RAULE'l'T, Sec'y.
St Louis Insuranse Company, A. RICK
ETl'SON, Sec'y.
Citizens Insurance Company, WM. KEN.
SHAW. Sec'y.
St Louis, May 17, '45.
The Osprey, as heretofore runs as ft regn.
lar packet on the Upper Mississippi. For
freight or passage apply on board or to
iny22-U J. G. LAUMAN, Agamt.
Wanted.
RTFTFL NUSRRLSNFGOID
OLF^FJ'TRU
Great Western.
Wheat,
5000
do corn. o(i(Kl r.at-. dry bides, beeswax.
Flaxseed, Hard, tallow, faacin hams. U«t
ter, eggs, &.C.,
for
all of which we will p»|f
the hightst market price.
aplO a. Sf. P. LINDEMUTH.
AXES—0boxes
Colltos' Axes, YM-
kee and Kentucky patterns,just •».
ceived nd fortftle by
may 1 J. G. LAUMAN
'M,
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