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1 mentioned before, there is great
-..I feiiin lite proceedings, although
"'T frwm »»y
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Hfd
red.| n^pecw and prosperity of Du Bttqtie.
net I te hwlly know of a greater calamity
could have befallen the business
tresis and the adjacent country.
The manner in which it has been
^joht about excites universal indig
iuiina. We have made diligent enqut
ftBii can learn but of three individu
tli of the city, who were aware of such
srourse being contemplated besides
,ar members. The matter was not
imietl at during the canvas? of the
tifc'.ion, nor spoken of publicly after
nrdi. It seems to have been deter
mined on in secret conclave, between
inosa three individuals, and our inem
fit. Proceeding" had been instituted
uOuri ?gainst the Bank, and it was
soifcrstnud here that the result of those
jirjtwrfi",?* was to settle the matter.
IlkniMia* announced in court that
,nere was no testimony to sustain the
flur^e brought against the Bank, it was
.(uppoffd the piosreutijn was at an
esijaiul the announcement immediate
ititterwar'!s, that the matter had proh
ibit before that nine been disposed of
ran
L'sen.
tW
N«J
ipers|
the1
I the
e of
aged
cmt{.
ritlat
and
leaihj
d»v
s an
oofi:
hoptl
Mother tribunal, fell upon the com
itufiity like a shock of electricity.
lie have less fault to find with the
[,p(»la!tire for this th in our own mein
ben. If we are correctly tnfornied bv
«ro*f our citizens who have returned
rniiow City since the passage of the
Bih. it was got through by the grossest
ves«l|mmpremitation and FALSEHOOD
if the member of the House from tins
town.
tliiiij
tllj
ITordJ
•ddeti
:ist,
Interns to us that a total disregard
principles heretofore deemed sacred
Ins befit tniiiifesled by those who have
wried tins measure. We are not
itveihit the right of the accused,
Wore any enlightened tribunal of mod
KItimes to be Hcml, and to meet his
ucmers f*ce to fivce has been denied
at before judgment was rendered
if»t»thim depriving him of properly
nJ rights, be had a right to notice the
iurges made, and an opportunity to
Aid liim«e!f. This right has not
wn granted to the Bank. !She has
j«(iproceeded against and condemned
siaJ'rfiout arty know ledge of the charges
without any opportuni'y being
nt t[J,,n'i,lied of defending herself. Even
!, Ail*81*6 than this—this course has been
e ("i admission that there
Jnse(J,"'w Pro(f
of thj
s (lh
Jint,
15.
-A?
I.e tr
I '1VU!
to e:
s"J/i
Skifrl
will
ray rfj
». oall^-.i
ient to subject the
tn forfeiture of charter by a in
tltribunal.
H*we\er it may be with our politi
cal, «e are happy to know that the
on pursued receives the universal
1 |iil*Wtri|i(n "f our citizens
^fixpy\Bg the late law repealing llie
IMIIR
Cbarieruf jhe Du Buque Bank, the
lies lis
is be«|
i men
n is)
or n.'
frjoKnpt makes the fullowtng re
tvki
"If the Legislature possessed any
i*1*"whatsoever over the charier of
l,ie
Miners' Bank, it was a bare naked
lowJjpofer to repeal it, and they have no
rosfM®1"* authority to authorize Judge
'ield io appoint trustees to sell and
te, rtH^'ev the personal and real estate than
vernMj1«hae lo order the sale and convey
mg «|«nul any man's
ann
sJf
^InL
perpetrated by
neern-
pr'^ml-
This f^cl i's' If shows laiuly
tat the general »punon is as lo their
V|(i
rp,i»!l-
Sll|
,1k ,j» is quiet, and likely to re
""''in
present proceed-
concerned, but it cannot be
'^oweil
the I
1,181 l,ie ee in
already ex-
,l,e f0,,nl v W1 ,e a
trial-
y e
ie ron,rar
njl
y
11 m,,sl
nweaseJ and there is no probability
"itthe'-Old Citizens of Hancock,"
,J ,|,e Mormons can ever inhabit
-etftshly the same county. Which of
nil five «ay to »he other, time
tm
etn demonstrate. J. T. M.
From the Du Bttijue Trtmsenpt.
'jn
le o!
an
other column our reader* will
,|,e Hill to repeal the Miners' Bank,
ait pas^'d both Houses, The mea-
and
ri».
Uieets the universal condemnation
citizens of all parties. It is
iip.m as a severe
one|
i fly.
.four
blow to the
jn 'IVrrito-
if they hid turned their attention
some mode of paying the
the iieven tbiiusand dollars whtcli
»1 u''
0ry Wes l,er slrlke UH
«have been vastly more to their
aid that of the Territory also,
'onave occupied themselves in
'l°iC"nJ such a scheme for plunder
linof)
nee f*
)osi«rt
ne*"
riddl^
co*
aoth *eVtLi''61' ^ere" '^''ie
an i
owes
n"'es
(with those of the
wk of Missouri) are the only
al ll,e
L:
Otlloe hold-
n have ,lie
A I Present'"f? 'hem at her coun
'he lace ot tliese facts,
o '?ls,alure wish to hand
it hi*
thei
fra»|^l8of
h,"la,,,g-
real estate and
eJcri lll(,
*1
cNh
spf*"
rt'arrf
lis bef
flecti*
^liaen'6
to certain
I |'V
esUl
hes
e o be sold on a
1
the proceeds, if any should
.,llt not
8°°d
in
lispW'
ks w
re d*
aoro#
'^irtr.r,'i'°
haud-
-be
stockholders
trustees are to close the
Bmi11 wi,,lin
reasona-
Xf,eet
'y
e r8
t!
iSt"
»»r»,Ve
un-
^"1 J»lge
the timer And, they
con)pensation
"rnp(M
a
u
for
Jf,®ia«lan? a S5,id tl e,
»lt»H
re:tso'iable!"
uht.
see®*
is
^'Hlmlder/
lhe
11
g*8'
I noi^
,lict
ir etc"
i is
ie Pr(*'
v,deB£«
Solo s
n,)
'hat the
sel1 l,leir
l'e
buildings
"UHtaiuh
e 8elves
a»d
n
collect
!!|pii the including thai
Vn
.trr,lory owes them, a great
*«aiu Iuj'ail.an-V trustees appointed
^gnioreF'
and lhal
it vpas no-
be all,,1"
reasona,,
le that they
creditor U.
S 8eein
Section?
K 'hey
w 08
9
rights require
^tCr
dal0U8 and
disgraceful
ne*er attempted to be
Western Legislature.
high personage in the Territory,
speaking of it to
n
a
gentleman of this
city, is repnrted t»» have said: -Sir thev
»'ght ag wt II have :•p,oinied Trustees
to sell my farm or yours.'
Steam iJoit UrQistcr,
Port of Burlington.
A AURIVAf.S FRI.M BICLOW.
May 22 TT„o|e Toby, tole,
irtuue, P. Atchison,
Juno 2 Siti all Ann, Smith.
L'nc!* Toly, Cole*
Mermaid, (iteim,
I keep a superior Jot of fashionable cJoth
and summer coats, of all sty ies plain end
pleated pants, oi ail qualities rich silk,
satin and marst'ilies vests, ol all cuts and
qualities: all qualities of shirts, stocks,
scarfs, cravats, suspenders, umlcr-shirts,
drawers, gloves, hosiery, handkerchiefs,
hats, umbrellas ami trunks ol all variuties
ai prices, with plain an patent locks
AH my gooas are entirely nciv, and I
will he undersold by no one, not even liiose
who say tiny will sell twenty per cent,
cheaper than any other house can. To all
1 say, give me a call, and you shall be sat
isfied that at iNo. 51 Vlain, corner of ine
street, there is no humhuggeiy.
je5-tiiil li. t. SMITH.
A C* AKi.
THE
UNDERSIGNED has taken
Hi" store licit Uoor lo to". J« C. Peasley,
Esq. and is now ow ning a large and well
selected stock oi Ifirtlioare, Cutlery, Boots,
Shoes and Dry Goods, purcha-~td in .New
York Iroin ihe Lmgiisli and American
ngeiits, and direct iroin the manufacturers,
which he oti'eis to the inhabitants of liur
lingioii and the adjacent country at At
Jiuuis Prices. J. UPilAtl.
NKW I-'IHM.
HP HE SUliSUKlliE-liS have this day
associated theiiiscives totethe'' uiid^-r
the name and firm ol 1
uiatiain's Vlag.iznie for June
Zoe, or the ttiaiory of two Jives, by
Mrs Jtwsbury.
'1 lie Collegian*.
Living Age, Nos. 41 to 51.
Count Luduig, Dtokens' last.
St iinck's Eve, by the Author of
Charles U'Malley.
jt5 F. TAULA.NT
500 Kl BSCKIBBRS WASTKB
TUPithe
re -publication of the London
nnv MagaZcin-, now printing in N.
York ai 25 cts per No-
But did
To the Home and Travelers Library,
No. 1 contains Texas and the Gulf of
e5
2(1
St
Louis
JO Sarah Ann, Smith, do
Cecilia,
Gub iia Connolly, do
June 1 iingo Park, do
fulcnn, oort'linuse, do
Mermaid, tileuii, do
2 St Croix, Bersie, do
Mcndotu, Ueiiley, do
Time, Hooper, do
4 Lynx, Achifon do
ARRIVALS FROM ABOVE
May 28 Lynx,
Time,
Osprey, Anderson,
Du Ouque
do
do
do
do
do
-30 St Croix, liursie,
Blroimington
4 Falcon, Moorehouse, Galena
BI1KLIKGTOM MARKJ
W e a 4 i 5
Corn oj
Oats 20 a 25
Flax Seed -90 a 100
Hemp $50 a 60
Potatoes 37 a 40
Butter 8 a 10
Kggs 6
Corn Meal 31 o 37
Flour 350 a 375
Pork 15(1 a 250
ST. LOUIS
Wlicat
Corn, in sacks,
Oats,
Bet's wax
Flax Seed
Hemp
Potatoes
Flour
Dry Hides
Lard
Butter
Corn Mettl
Sugar N.t),
itton Yarns 5 lo 19
8
12 a
18
31
43
17 13
DtcU,
In this city on the night of tlicSSth u!t.,
at 2 o'clock, at the residence of hi.s uncle
on Jt%flcrson-st., HK.NRV SILAS, onlv son of
Mall be w and Lylin V'in lu»tn, of Cumin
nati, Ohio, a^eti tf yrs U inos and 24 days.
1 «vould here beg leave respectfully to
tender to the citizens ol this city my sin
cere thanks t-T their kindness to" mu as a
str m,j tlirmi^h niv late allliclions here
in tlie death oi my son. M. VAN DL'SEN.
Burinisjton, May 'JD, '15.
Ki» VLiO l'llll u tVlKKlloist,
A'54 Man corner of Pine tt St Louis, Mo
rpHE SUBSt'KIU ii. 1{ would beg
J- leave to inform his old friends and the
public gunenlly, that lis has on hand (and
will eo itinue to receive additions weekly)
one ol the best stocks of lashionable ready
made clothing ever ollcrcd in St Louis.
They were got up under his own superin
tendence—and persons prejudiced against
ready-nude clothing, will be satisfied by
calling and examining my goods that they
can get as good articles and as fashionable
as it thev were inadt to measure in the
city of sit Louis, and at nearly half the
price.
PRIME
Hisley (.)linsted,
and WI/I at all times be happy to wait on
all who will favor them with t/ieir patron
age at the old s.and ol U. Tinsley. Mer
chant Tailor, Main street, one door from
Jetlerson, B. TI.NflLlSY,
May 2c!, '45. M. OLV1S l'liU.
Is. li. VYe have on hand a small but w^ll
selected stock ol .lotlis, Cassimeres, Vest
ings. Summer Goods, A^c., which will be
sold ch^ap lor cash, ("and no mistake,")
to mak room for n larger assorltiienl which
will be received in abt ut two months.
Persons luinishing their own cloth and
trimmings car. have the same made up and
warranted to tit, by 1 O.
jc5-tf 2
KECElVED^
Mex-
2, Nights of the Uounil Table,
3, Sketches ol Imposture,
4, Englishwoman in Egypt,
5, Keeoilecuun* of Chuia during the
Opium war. All excellent works, adapt
ed to the perusal of every family,
jeo J. F. TALENT.
UALT~KANAWHA & G. ALUM
100 bills ol Kanawha salt, 40 sacks G.
A. salt for sale by li. 1 DAVID.
RIED PEACHES—4 bbls dried
p«*ches for sale by B, T. D*wo.
Or
Jfc
w
BBLS. KANAWHA SALT
Y JU:t received and for sale low by
J- S. KIMBALL.
TON PIT I'SBU RG CASTINGS
»mong which are some 15 gallon ket
ties, for sale by J. S. KIMBALL.
KEGS
PITTSBURG NAILS
H.s'd saes,at KI MB ALL'S.
2^0 10 Wheeling Glass
for sale at KIMB.VLL'8.
BBLb. S. H. and N. O. Molasses,
very H'W at K I VI A I.L'.S.
2 PS. MOUUNING~1
iA W Ns7god
article, forsaleat KIMBALL'SJ.
Grain
at
US I* received a large lot of Grail
shovels, spades, Imj torks. iVe at
je5
KIMBALLvs.
A BOXES of superior James River
obacca, the best article for tne price
ill the cny, al KIVIBALL'S.
T7"INl'.GAR—2 bbls Cincinnati cider
vinegar ior sale by B. T. UAVID
JUNIA 1 I A IKON—5 tons assorted
square, round and band iron, just ree'd
from Pittsburgh and lor sale hy
j'f J. G. LMMAK.
DIAMOND Plough Moulds—IU0
ju-t rtctived and for sale by
J1* J. G. LAI'MAN.
W PRING S I EEL—SCO pounds jtut
ree'd and for sale by
__Jr^ J. G. LAUJMN.
A RKI AG E SPiVlNCiS—80()~Tb^
just ree'd iroin the manufacturers and
,or !tle
5
Mj"-
1"-
m--
HAUKLT.
60 a 70
30
18 io
20
1,12 a 1,15
$50 a i5
37 a 40
3,50 a 3,75
eS
a
J. G. LaIMAN
QRURBING HOES and P.ck axeV
1 ^rul)biii(r boe*, 1 doz pick axes,
juRt rcc'tl and for sale very cheap by
1
J. G. LAITMAN.
J^AUGHPHY MILLS—4 doz. Ad
ams'Patent Kuughphy Mills, just re
ceived and lor sale at a small advance cn
Manufacturers prices by
J, G. LACMAN.
WIlOES—Ladies extra fine Kid slip
pers, do seal do. nts call shoes, do
do slippers, do brogans, also an assortment
ol children's shoes, just received per stea
mer l'orlune and lor sale at DAVID'S.
je** Jefferson-st.
PS. PRINTS, new stvles,
ust received and for sale by
GARRKTT & co.
100 E
iiv 9
T^I'UE DRILLS—1 case, a first rate
ariiele for sale cheap hy
"».v-9 GARRKTT & co.
YELLOW NANKEENS—On hand
the Lonsdale and Armdale which will
be sold cheap by GARRETT & co
I ^IiJKINGS— 12 pieces Antoskeig,
t'ennsgrove. Hill lington anil ottur
brands just received and for sale low by
I" /Sltf GARRKTT &. co.
^PABBY VELVET—6 pieces black
tabby vflvet, handsome culor and I
ferint qualities lor sule by
^ATTINETTS—20 ps. comprising
a iirst rate a«sr.rtment. which we wj-1
sell at fjreat bargains GARRETT fc co.
J^APKINS—A beautiful article o^
Napkins just received and for salu by
my-JO G\KRKTT&,CO
1/ EN llJrKY HvAN7-3
i5 pieee3
BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE.
i
PORT WINE AND COGNIAC
r.B.4NI»Y Incase oi sickness 1 have
one cask of Port Wine and one of cognia«
Brandy wln li jgtiiebest ever brought to
this market. H. B. MAKLOW,
niyiio 53
N. O. SUGAR—12 Hhds.
jusl received per Merinuid and Ale*.
Scott, iiirtrt irom New Orleans and for
sale at very low rates by
my22 J. G. LAUMAN.
i"V O. MOLASSES —30 bbls. new
-L ciop, just received per Steamer Po
tosi, for sale cheap tor cusli bv
mj22 J. G. LAUV1AN.
UA.SINS—29
boxes Malaga Raisins
in splendid ordt-rjust r^ceivd direct
from New Orleans ami for -.ale cheap by
m22 J. G. LAUMAN.
V1 ERRING—20 boxes Scotch Her
nnp. just received and for sale very
ciieap by (i. LAPMAM.
Lline
E.VIONS—5 boxes fresh and in
order, just received and t»r sale
by G. LACMAN.
T^LANK JiEEDS of the most ap
proved form, lor sale at the Hawk Ky«
llrtice. mj 29
UrANTED—5000
PINE ELASTIC SUSPENDERS.
We have just received a fine article for
summer wear, and for sale chran by
my29 WM. GARRETT & CO.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Till
partnership heretofore existing
between the subscriber:, was dissolved
by mutual consent on tne^tst day of May,
1845. E. D. MORG AN,
All those indebted to or having claims a
giiim-t the iate firm of Morgan and ew
pie will please present the same without
delay lor settlement, to fcl. D. Morgan.
KEHOVAL.
THHE business will herealterb# car
ri^d on under tin firm of
E. U. MOHOAX St CO.,
ii. the builmiig at the corner of Main and
Jefferson streets, immediately over C.
Partridge.'a Store, where cutting and mak
ing gemkm ens garments of every descrip
tion will lie executed to order with neat
ness and despatch.
E. D. MORGAN,
W. M. TRAER.
my29-tf
ESTRAY NOTICE.
AKE.N UP hy Wm. VVesifall of
A Yellow .-pring Township, an estray
horse, dark bay or brown with a lew white
hairs in his toreliead, supposed to be five
years old this Spring. Appraived lo thirty
two dollars and fifty cents hy D. II. Ran
kin and John Oliver before Frederick lleiser,
J. P.
A trae copy from mv Estrav Record.
JOILN R. WOODS^'l'k.
i
CLOTHING. CLOTHING.
JUS1'
RECEIVED HI the corner of
Mam and JctTerson-sts, a large and
fplendid assortment of Summer Clothing.
1 litre will be found in our assortment:—
Fine eloth coa ts, dress and frock cassimere,
eatinetl, tweed jeans, brown and yellow
linen, knmlin, plaid linen, check linen,
and many others too numerous to mention,
also, pants ol ail kinds vests, shirts,stocks,
under garments, handkerchief, cravats,
socks, suspenders and every thing usually
found in our line
VVe intend keeping our assortment at all
tiniesfuilof fresh and seasonable ciothing
of the latest sty le and importations. Those
in want of clothing will Jind it to their ad
vantage to call at
myv'J WM. GARRETT k CO.
liquors, ines, cordial
rpilE SUBSCRIBER lias just ree'd
per steamci Mermaid, a large lot of
the fine»t Liquors, W ines and Cordials ever
brought to this market consisting in part
of
1 Pipe Holland Gin
1 do Cogniac brandy
1 co Signett do
3 casks l'ort Wine
1 do Madeira do
6 Barrc's New York Brandy
2 do Rye Whiskey
10 do Cincinnati Rectified do
1 Basket Champagne Wine
1 do fine French Cordial*
I bo* Brandy Cherries
1 do Muscat Wine
1 do Claret do
1 do Creine dc Noyau
1 do fine chewing Tobacco
1 do common do do
4 do Principe Cigars
4 do Regalia do
5 do Oranges
2 do Lemons, for sale wholesale or
retail by 11. B. MARLOW,
corner of Water and Jeifursun sis.
my22-tf 52
PAINTTNG AND DRAWINGT^
JVTRS
A. D. CLIFFORD respectfully
uiiorms the Ladies of liuriiiiglon and
vicinity that she has commenced a school
in which she will teach the art of Painting
and drawing in all its various hranclies, on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of each
week, at 9 o'clock, A. at the low price
of $5 for three months tuition. Apply at
her residence in the National Hotel, up
stairs. (mj29-tf
RF.tL RSTtTR POil SALE.
A FRAME HOUSE and lot on the
public Mjuare in the town of Mount
Pleasant, Henry county, Iowa pr'ce $600,
one third cash, balance in 6, li,' and IB
months. Interest froindate of sale, secured
by mortgage on the property.
ALSO,
A lot of ground on which are erected four
tenements, three of which are good frame
huild'iigs.o^cupu as the post office, tailors
shop and confectionary, situa'ed on the cor
ner of Washington and Main streets, in the
cit\ of Burlington, Iowa price one
third cash, balance in 6. 12 and 18 months.
Interest from day of sale secured by mort
gage on the property.
WM. B. EWING .V SON,
Burlington, Iowa.
ALSO,
A lot on Hill street in Galena on which
ia erected a frame ware house, which rents
at present for $100 per annum. Price $700.
Terms, one third cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months, secured by mortgage. En
quire of T. DRUMMOND,
1
my'JS (JARRICTT & co.
TRUSTEF.'S SALE.
TJY VIR TUE of a deed of trust to
ine executed by Lewis E Reynolds,,I
will seil on the 23d day of Juno next be
tween the hours of nine o'clock A. M. and
four o'clock 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
placc in Iront of the court House.
WARD LAMSON, Trustee.
in?22-5t 52
©irnni
ritHE subscribers would rtspectfully in
JL lorin the citilens of Burlington and
its vicinity, that they will continue to car
ry on 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
promptly and punctually attended to.
J. II. YEATES,
T. W.SCOTT.
aplO '4 "-tf
rtew Goods.
WESLY
lbs good fresh
Butter in exchange lor goods at cash
prices WKSLLY JUNES.
GKO. TKMPLK.
JONES has removed to the
BncU Building adjoining W Cool-
biiui'h and Co., and has just received a fresh
lot of
•Vetr Spring Goods, viz.
New styles fancy Lawns anil Bulzarines
Calicoes, in great variety, Ginghains, &.C
Mens and Beys Summer Ware for Coats
and Pants
Alpacas, Plain and CoI'd,
Fancy Scarfs and Shawls, new styles
Fancy Mitts and Gloves, Jtc
Superior black Kid Gloves for gentlemen
and ladies also
A fine assortment of BONNETS, Rib
bons, and artificial Flowers
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Irish Lin
ens, Mourning Lawns
Parasols, Fans, Pius, Needles, &.c.
Watered and Fancy Silks for Ladies dres
ses, with many
New and Fancy Goods,
Also, a good stock of DOMESTICS
Checks, Ticks, bleached and brown Mus,
lins, very cheap. Cotton Yarn, Batting, &.c
Also a large assortment of SHOES, well
assorted
HATS—l\xr, Russia and pearl, Leghorn
and palm leaf Hats
Queensware, assorted, cheap
Hardware—Ttuue chains, shovels, spades
Hoes, knives and lurks, penknives, &c. &c
all cheap also
GROCERIES—Sugar, coffee, tea, mo
lasses, tiest madder and indigo, pepper, all
spice, saleratus, uails, glass, salt, &c., and
many oilier Goods, all of which I am dis
posed to sell at very reduced prices to suit
the tunes. Call and ste and then judge for
yourselves, WESLY JONES.
U.iv 15.1345
KIMTOL* Bricks.---For cleaning
knives, scouring, t^c. for sale by
Sept21 T/1LL.4NT
Ii
\lolasses, Molasses,
Ofl BBLS New Orleans Molasses,
do do sugar house do. just ree'd
iroin N Orleans and for sale cheap by
aj.
17 J. G- LAL'M V.
HlSKV«--2a bbls whisky, wincli I
will exchange for eort., rve or cash.
spf31 BT DAVID.
W
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE-
J-JY V IRTUE of a decree of the DIs
l.'ict (-*"urt of Des Moints County,
Iowa 1 erritorx, rendered on the 2-ttli day
ct0,,f
184(1, 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 Juines,
deceased, late ol said county of Des Moines,
*iz. Lot No. one of the fractional lot on
section 33 town 70, R. 2 west, adjoining
the city plat on the north, containing ten
acres.
Lot number litres of said fractional lot
and section,also containing ten acres and
only separated from the firat described Lot
number one, by a similar lot oi ten acres
numbered two
Said lots are near the city and may bs
considered detirable for residences. Per
son? desirous of knowing their situation
can see a plat of them at the Probate of
fice.
1
he terms are nin« months credit, with
approved security.
WM. MORGAN,
JON ATI1 AN MORGAN,
Ad,n

may 8 '45-tit 50
CI UST ARR1V A OPSPRINO OOOOS
AT THE
GREAT WESTERN.
WILLIAM
GARRETT & Co., are now
receiving and opening a beaulirnl as
sortment of Spring Goods Irom Philadelphia
and Baltimore, which have betn selected
with great care and bought on the most fa
vorable terms, which will enable them to
sell them as low if not lower than any
house on the Upper Mississippi Mmong
our assortment will be lound the following
goods:
Cloths, Blue, Blue Black. Frown and In
visible Cassimeres, Plain, Black,Striped and
Pla'd Cassinett: Plain, Striped and Plaid
Kentucky Jeans.
Gamhronns
Blue Drills
Linen Drills
Brown Linen
Nankeens
G'ligiiams
Balzannes
Lawns
Cashmere D'Ecogse
Mourning Lawns
Jaconets
Ca inbrics
Prints
Bonnet Lawn
JUSTsale
Galena, Illinois.
ALSO,
A two story frame dwelling house and
lot, together »ith another lot, in the town
of Warsaw, Illinois. Price $H00 onu third
cash, balance un credit. Enquire of
i
liitlerent qualities, on hand and for
sale by GARRETT Sl co.
mv^9 [(iazette Copy 1
T. N. REYNOLDS,
my22-52 Warsaw, Illinois.
The Galena Gazette will insert the above
four times and send bill to Win. B. Ewing
&. Son, Itiirliiigton.
Cottonad-s
Cotton Drills
Brown Drills
'-men Coatings
Tickings
Checks
Irish Linen
Holland
Colored Muslins
Bleached do
Brown do
Osnabcrgs
Russia Diaper
Table do
Apr 10 '45
Hardware and Cutlery.
received by steamer Mermaid and
lor a large assortment of Hardware
and Cutlery, such as
Door, till, pad, cupboard, chcst and trunk
Locks.
Knob and Norfolk Latches, sciisors,
Shears, sheep shears, stirrups, bridle bit J.
Square, flat and round bolts,
Knives and forks of all kinds,
German silver, BnUania and iron tabie
and tea spoons,
Riveted and wrought tabfe hinges,
Parliament do
Wood screws—aU sizes, wheel irons.
Mill and hand saws, mill and hand saw
files rasps, augers, fish hooks, tacks,
Kaughphy mills, trace chains,
Curry combs, drawing knives,
Axes—Yankee and Kentucky patterns
and a great many other kinds foo numer
ous to mention, all of which wi/i be sold
iow for cash or country produce by
WM. ARRETI' $• CO.
mar27 Sign of the Great Western.
75 Packages of Boots & Shoes.
WILLIAM GARRETT Si CO.,
At the sign of the''Great Wesiern,"
^Ki: now receiving and open ng one of
the fargest and most extensive assort
ments of Boats and Shorn oi every descrip
tion and quality ever offered in this city^
which have been selected with great care
and attention exprrss/v for retailing farm
ers ai'd others wishing to supp/y their fam
ilies with a good article of boots and shoes
will do wcii to call arid examine our assort
ment before purchasing elsewhere. It con
sists in part of
t^4 pairs mens thick boots
GO do do Kip do
ca l( do
Morrocco boots
seal do
thick brogans
do
do
do
do
do
48
24
24
240
300
24
12
300
KIP VI on roes
thick boots
buys
do youths do do
do boys and youths tJiick and kip
brogans
do womens high and iow kip, calf,
and morrocco shoes
do Ladies Kid slippers
do do common do
do misses do
do childrens shoes of every size,
shape and quality
46 do gentlemens dancing pumps
2ft 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 lo 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
400
120
160
40
300
A 1 O
THANKFUL
for the patronage heretofore
received, and desiring a continuation o(
the favors of his friends and the public has
coil' luded to reduce his price to tne lowest
possible living ratts. In luturelie vvi.'l make
Cloth Coats at from $6,00 to 7,50 Panla
loons and Vests from 1,50 to 2,00 cuttiug
cloth coals 75 cents, Jeans and other goods,
50 cents pants 37% cents. He is in the reg
ular receipt of Extern fashions and will do
hie work 111 the best style.
Shojt on Jrjferson Street,
aplO '45-3ui
BARTON T. DAVID,
One diior East of Garrett Sf Co. Jejf
rson-tt.
WOULD respectfully announce to
Ins Iritiuis and public generally, that
lie has jus*, received per tle*iners St Croi*
and Fortune, a complete and full assort
ment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
These together with his former slock, ena
bles him to etTcr inducements to the trad
ing community tognehun u call before
purchasing, elsewhere as time and money
can actually be saved. [ap24
Homing's Vegetable Syrup* a
Certain Cure for
E V E A N A U E
MEDICINE, being a conceit-
JL trated fluid extract, of Barks, combined
With ether vegetable extracts, is tberebv
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 Ftver, AgucCake &,c. It isalso recom
mended as a valuable tonic well calculated
to arouse the tone of the stomach when it
has become inactive from any cause.
Sold by Reed Brother, Mani-st., above
7th, Cincinnati J. F. Tallant, Water-st.,
Burlington, a^d JUrim Stuudcis, Mwipl
Pleasant. [ap24 'H
TRUSTEE'S SALE,
"^THEREAS George V. flight and
Nancy K. flight. Ins wife, by their
Deed bearing date the nineteenth day of
January, eighteen hundred and forty-four,
did convey unto the undersigned, Trus
tees, "a curtain lot or parcel of land in the
town of Burlington in the Territory of
Iowa, being lot numbered seventy ac
cording to plan ol said town or city con
taining sixty-feet in front on Main street
and extending the same width to Front
rtreet about two hundred and Iwenly-five
leet, in trust to secure to Charles Semple
or to whosoever iiii^ht be the legal owner
thercol, the payment of eight promissory
noted executed hy the said George V. Higbt
and Sereno I'owars of even date with suid
deed, each for the sum of two hundred
and fifty dollars with interest thereon at
the rate of ciirlit per cent per annum from
ciate and payable the firnt in sixty days,
the second in ninety days, the third in four
months, the fourth in live months, the filth
in six months, the sixth in seven months,
the seventh in eight months and the eighth
in nine months Iroin date, as will more ful
ly and at large appear reference being had
to said deed recorded in the Recorder's Of
fice for the county of Des Ytoines in said
"i-'tory nn Kscrd B„0k No. 1, of the
record of Mortgages, page 219 audsjO, ind
win reas Ihe four last mentioned notes with
the interest due thereon are now in arrears
and unpaid. Now therefore at tlifl request
ol the legal owners of said notes, we as
i rueteca aloresaij „,ll
26th day of june next, between the hours
of II o'clock *, m. and 1 o'clock m. of
said day, at the premises in the City of
Burlington and Territory ol Iowa, proceed
to sell for cash at public uuction to the
highest bidder Ihe premises above describ
ed, in 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 sttid Deed of Trust.
JOHN ft. SHEPLEY, 2
ISAAC LOCKWOOD, 1
St Louis, April 18, l»45-tds 48
Jewett's Patent Cary Plough.
rpiiE subscriber would inform bis friends
and customers that he has now on hand
a large supply ol the afiove justly celebrat
ed ploughs, ol this year's manufacture, and
is therefore prepared to fill all orders at the
shortest notice.
Within the past year I have added some
valuable improvements to
said plough. The
mou/dboard is 1 inches higher, and is fas
tened to the standard with bo/ts and scrows,
instead of rivets us formerly. It can there
fore be easi/y taken off for repairs or any
other purpose, at pleasure. The standard
is a/so 2 inches higher, and cast with the
saine circle as the mou/dboard unti/ it en
ters the beam. This prevents all posibi/ity
of ts choking, even in the mosl lou/ground.
1 he hee/ 01 the /a".d*/ide is a/so cast with
a chi//, which will preve.it its wearing so
fast, thereby causing the p/ough lo run /ess
steady than when new.
To those who have used these p/nughs,
(and there are thousands of the best farm
ers in Missouri and Illinois who have,) not
one word as to their performance need be
said. 1 o those who have not tested their
superiority over a/l other kinds now in use
with us, and their perfect adaptition to our
light, /oamy soil, I wi//say that you would
promote your interests by giving them a tri
al. You will find them to work easy for
your team, to do the work with great expe
dition and to do it well. 1
i?e mou/dboard
being made of wrought iron, of a pecu/iar
shape, and the entire shear of stee/, thev
scour bright in all soila, which is the great
desideratum in a p/ough lor this section of
country*
HUDSON E. BRIDGE,
afolScessor to Bridge & Hale.
JOHN U. FOOTE,
CASH, CAS I, CASH, LEATHER,
HIDES, BOOTS, SHOES, AND
FINDINGS.
S. VAN DUSEV dc CO.,
jLT AVE JUST OPEN ED a shop on
A-*. Jefferson Street, three doors tast of
1 lurd, where they oiler at wholesale and
letail, CNR.FTPKR THAN CAN BE SOLD ELSEWHKRE
IN THE TRRRITORT.
LEATHER OF EVERT DESCRIPTION, such as
Harness, Bridle, Upper, Calf, Kip, and
Sole Leather. Bout and Shoe, Morocco, Kid,
Linings. Shoe bindings, fyc.
Also, a large assortment of first rate
CUSTOM WORK.
GENTS CALF, BOOTS and SHOES,
LAOIKS' Kin SHOES, TIES, BUSKINS, &E.
CHILDREN* SHOES of every variety.
Also a large assortment ol SHOE MAKERS
FINDINGS, such as lasts, pegs, sparables,
SfC., ail of wnich they will sell for the
"READY ROOT," iiioEs, approved country
produce, tallow, &c.
They will pay CASH for HIDES.
The subscribers will carry on the CURRY
ING BUSINESS in Burlington and will there
fore be able to sell a better article of Leath
er and cheaper than any other person can
offer to the public.
HAWK-LYES and SUCKERS, one and AI.L,
are respectfully solicited before they close
btM-gains, to call two doors east of Mcln
tyre's hardware store, and examine the
goods offeren bv
may 1 S. VAN DUSEN & CO.
COMBS, BUTTONS, SfC.
WEshe//
have just received a large fot of
tuck and side combs,
Horn do do do
Fine ivory do, dressing do, Pocket do,
Hemming needles, so/id head pins,
Thimble*, hooks and eves, bonnet reeds,
Shaving boxes, shaving brushes,
Fancy soap, ink standi-, razors,
Razor strops, hair brushes, c/othing do.
6'hoe (lo, tapes, b/ack and white cord,
B/aeli 'and white striped tapes for hat
bands,
Femting si/k gn/oii«, figured velvet,
'I op coat buttons, lasting, bombazine,
horn and meta/ do,
Vest buttons of a// kinds,
Black and white bone suspender bu!ton*,
Pear/ and agate shirt do, strap do, with
a great many /itt/c notions too numerous
to mention, all of which will be so/d cheap
for cash by WM. ARRKTT & CO.
niar27 Sign „f i|i
Blacksimthinsr*
be rcadv ami vwllins to accommodate ihnm
who may f«*or him with call »n hit
Iin*.
Repairing of Buggies, Carriages, a«f
Waggons, done to order and on libera)
terms.
From a long experience, snd strtel at
tention to business, he hopes to receive a
share of public patronage. Iop in gen
tlemen. ii.
c.
JUWar
Agent'
Burlington March 6-'45-41-tf
sJA'a »|.UBII |fo rnIer*olI.
THE
e
Great Western.
Stop, Stop, Beware!
4 p' l'soii in want ol any or all of the
J.B. following articles, viz: harness, sad
dles, bridles, collars, whips, &c., also,a
good assortment of buckles, bitts, saddlery
and harness trimming* generally. All of
which will be sold cheaper than can be
bought iri Iowa, for cash or prod vice, t'lease
call before purchasing elsewhere at the
subscriber's on Jefferson st., two doors east
of the new Hotel, where will be found great
bargains. japj-tf] H. B. WARE.
ALZARINES, LAWNS, AC.,
piece* niooseiin o®
,,n
for sale very cheap by
my
8 J. O. LAUMAN.
KEN
rUCKY JEANS—-20 pieenf
jost Tec'd by J, G. LAUMAN. N
subscribers will rent the National
Hotel, either for a Hotel or in sept
rate apartments, as may be desired.
Enquire of W M.C. CAMERON, or
ap!7 GEORGE PARTRIDGE.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
BROWNDrillings,
and bleicheil Linen,
do
Blue do
Mixed do
Nankeen, Gingham, fancy caasimere, Ky.
Jeans, 5-4 4-4 7-8 and 3-4 heavy brown
mucins, black and colored do, just ree'd
and for sale by B. T. DAVID.
T^ANCY GOODS—New SLYLEpaint
ed lawns, do do balzarine*, 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 lains, white, blue and
pink crape lisle. Mew style prints, Swiaa
book and jaconet muslins for sale at
mayl DAVID'S.
T^HE SUBSCRIBER has removed
his store to Mvnsrs Posttlewait & Cr©6
gan's Wrick hou^e, adjoining Messrs W. F.
Coolbaugh & Co., where he will be pleased
to see hi? old friend* and many new ones, aa
he will be receiving new goods and good
bargains will of course be had at his Nsw
House WEsLEY JONES.
ap'24—Gai copy 4g
"•IhlARL HATS W. Garrett & Co.
have on hand and for sale, a good
supply of pearl hats, a good article for
summer—also, extra fine Nutria, caasi
mere, Russia and all the different kinds of
bats now in use. (mayl MS
ON NETS AND TRIMMINGS—6
dozdevan 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.
v. I
Tilc
K sab-
s i tr
WCfuld in font
the public
that he has
commcne ed
e
a o v e
business on
the eorncr of
Third and
Columbia-sl»»
i mediately
North of th*
M. K. church
where be will
HAWKINS.
N. B. Particular attention paid to lb*
•hoeing of gentlemen's riding horses.
my8-3m fj C. II.
SL1GO IRON STORE.
street, Burlinston, I
TRON—Flat, square anil rountl,
sizes, plough slabs, plough
shapes a«d ^ecs
STEUL—
lotva*
ass'd
STOVES—I mproved Premium, snd Yan
kee Notion Cook Stoves, Parlor,
Coal, Box, 10, 7, and plates,
different sizes.
AL8O-—Jewrtt's Impmred Patent Carjr
Ploughs, fin 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 as low as can be af
forded by HUDSON E. URIDGE,
ap24 JOHN G. FOOTK, Agt.
FIRST ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER has just ree'd
his first shipment of spring and sun
mer goods, which, with his former heavy
stock, will make his assortment the most
extensive in the Territory. Having also
made arrangements by which I will be in
regular receipt of Goods from the Eastern
markets during the season, 1 can therefo^p
offer to the public greater inducements and
better bargains than ever before offered in
this markeU J. G. LAUMAN.
a (24 48
S ATTrIVED per Ste
am era
Eagle and Lynx, in addition to
my large and extensive stock of Dry floods
I have jnsi received a large shipment of
Fresh and desirable Foreign and Domes
tic Dry Goods, which will enable me lo
offer a more extensive assortment to my
customers than heretofore the public aro
respectfully requested to examine in
v stock*
m8 J. G. LAUMAN.
Look to Your Interest.
THOSE
knowing themselves indebted to
the subscriber (previous to December
last) are hereby notified that he is ill want
of funds, all such demands that are not paid
by the 1st of May next will he placed in the
hands ol an officer for collection.
•pl7 B. 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
a I7 J. G. LAUMAN.
NATIONAL. HOTEL.
JS
«««. asi'l
-Ow»*, trcom,,r 111- Mnlor, Ell|.r
blister, German and spring asa*#
sizes.
J. G. LAUMAN,
mayl Water below Jefferson-at.
Thompsonian Medicines.
Asimian
SM ALL assortment of fresh Thon|»-'
Medicines, put up in Baltimore
will be opened and for sale al the City'
L)rng Store on Monday nest, by
tel6 J. READ.
Dissolution.
rjllIE partnership recently existi.ig
I tween the subscribers was mutually.
di!solved on the first day of May, 1815.'
WM IIOLDRIDGE
51-3t II. DUDLEY OILMAN.-
CUMMKR HA'I'S—70 doz Mens snd'
beys palmetto hat», from 12 12 cents to
§1 eaeh—4 doz Leghorn hats, a superior
article just received and for sale vers iow
by J. G. HUMAN.
m*yl Water.*.'
SCYTHES—4
six
w pieces worsted balzarine*, 10 pieces
fancv painted lawns, 6 pieces bonnet and
Gingham Lawns, 3 pieces black lawn, 19
i niouselin d® Isines, jut received and
IS
Joz .Waidron's graii*
scythes—1 doz Ellittson's do do -6
doz Waidron's Grass do—3 doz sickles—2
doz sneaths, scythe stones, rifles, &c., on•
hand and for sale by GARRKTT $ CO,
Notice.
ALL
persons having claims against J. II.
CLAV MUDD, will please present tUtdfe
to the subscriber without delay.
May 15 51 W. II. POSTLEWAIT.
RIO
COFFEE—just received and fop
aaleby B. T. DAVID.
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