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Great Bargains!
The subscriber has just ree'd from the Kttl
a supply of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
"V 7 II ICH with llic stock previously on
•V hand, makes his one of the largest
#nd best stocks in the citv, comprising &
fill and general assortment of
»«r
OOODS,
Pilot, beaver and lion skin cloths, cassi
meres, satinetts, jeans, kerseys, linseys,
beavertcens, hard times, velvet, giraff, and
a heavy stock of broad cloths of every shade
nd color, with a full assortment of
TAILORS' TRIMMINGS,
Merinocs, alpacas, moussclin de lanes,
tifimhazines, plain and figured silks, Orleans
cloths, lawns, cambrics, plain and barred
Muslina,
Of every description which will bo sold
much lower than at any other store in town.
Red, green, yellow »nd white flannels,
Ulue, brownlaciiod drillings,
Bleached and brown shirtings*: sheetings
('nilton flannels, silk and eot'.on velvet,
Linen, silk and alpai-ca cravats,
1 k. gingham, linen and cotton hdkfs,
Merino and fancv silk dress hdkfs,
Worsted and woolen shawls, comforters.
Suspenders, cotton batting •ii",'7.'aiidiii(f.
Candle wicking, bud ticking, stay lacing,
grapes, bra"1"-, sewing silk, cap laces,
__ tT'lT Ulld.liile c&auiaa
"tT 'thread, lisle and jaconet inserting*,
Ribbons: ladies' silk, cotton, lambswool
and worsted hose: ladies' silk, kid, picnic
and cotton gloves gent's silk, kid, buck
aud linen gloves.
©[email protected]©EI8(I£@,
Rio. Havana and St. Domingo coffee,
Orleans and Havana sugar,
Young hvson and imperial tea, saleratus,
Pepper, allspice, ginger, c,gars,soap,
Sperm and tallow candles, choclato.
Cocoa,tobacco, indigo, madder, copperas,
alum, and a small lot of brandy and gin,
which will be sold very low indeed.
Stationery, Quecnsnare, Uats, Caps,
HARDWARE, fcc.
Nails, glass, butts and screws, locks of
every kind, latches, bolts, curtain pins,
bedscrews, knives and forks, shoe, butcher
and pocket knives, German silver, Britania,
and iron lea andtable spoons, shears, scis*
ors: gnnblets, angers-, chissels, hatchets,
hammers, rasps, mill and hand saw files,
brushes, tacks, shoe-nails, coft'ee.mills, cot
ton, woolen, and horse cards and curry
ninth slates, candle sticks, ir.k, combs,
sad irons, frying pans, mill, handsaw and
crosscut saws, broad and chopping axes,
adze, grain and barn shovels and shovels
and tongs spades, castings and umbrellas
carpct bags, &.e.
Leather Boots and Shoes,
Gent's calf, kip and coaroc boots
do do do do brogans,
Boys' do do do do
Ladies* do do bootees,
do calf, kid and morocco walking shoes
do kid and do slippers
€hildrens' 3hoes of all sizes and descrip
tions.
Persons wishing to purchase (cither
wholesale or retail) will do well to call
and examine my stock, for I am anxious
to close up the business as soon as possible,
and will sell many of the goods at and be
low cost.
flj" P. P. One door below the Gazette
Office, JefTcrson-atrcet, Burlington, Iowa.
dl-2 J. S. KIMBALL.
Hardware.
PEN
Knives, Scissors and Razors, Knives
and Forks, Spo ms, Coffee Mills, and
Collin»and Simmon's Axes also, Ink, Pa
per,'Quills and sand.
n7 WESLEY JONES.
Law Partnership.
JD.
C. IIALL, id" .Mount Pleasant, and
MILLS, of BuMington,have this day
associated themselves into a partnership
fcr the practice of Law under the name and
style of Hall and Mills. They will atten
ail t/.e Courts of the first and second Judi
cial Iii'tricts. Criminal business attended
in any part of the Territory. Oftice in
tits Sric'i building on Main Street now oc
•spied by F. D. Mills.
1W1LL
J. C. HALL
F.D. MILLS
8»pf4'44-tf (Gaz copy) 17
Improved Farms for Sale.
SELL 320 acres of good improv.
cu Land about 25 miles from Burlington,
direct on the road to Iowa City, in Louisa
county, at the Virginia Grove. The im
provements are a good double log house,
and a large barn and Bhcd, and other out
buildings, with a choicc orchard of about
SJilO apple and peach trees, with running
water through the farm, 1G0 acres under
cultivation, the balance choice timber and
prairie Land of good quality.
—ALSO—
400arres adjoining the same with anew
Log house, and about 70 acres under culti
vution with running water through tho
same, about 150 acres of timber the balance
good rolling prairie.
—ALSO—
200 acres adjoining the above, part tim
ber and the balancc say 150 acres of choice
prairie with running water through the
same. The above Lands I will sell at a
good bargain part down and the balance
oil a liberal credit. Titles indisputable:
for further particulars enquire of the sub
scriber. A g'jod bargain will be given.
ap3 WESLEY JONE3.
Medical Card*
Di
l)|(
l'AWt'ETT, of l'JO 1'ulton-st
New Yor/,, Member of the Royal Col
lege. ol Surgeons, ol London and Edinburgh,
and Graduate of the Jefferson Medical Col
lege, of Philadelphia also, author of a work
embracing the following subjects, viz: Ma
imony, Impotency and Sterility anatomi
cally, physiologically and medically ex
plained, with a comprehensive exposition of
the nature and modern treatment of Syphi
lis, Secondary S_x mptoms,Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Strictures, Nocturnal Emission, and all the
consequences arising from Masturbation
l)r Fawcitt continues his private consulta
tion on the above mentioned diseases,at his
long-established office, 19G Fulton street,
New York, where the most aggravated forms
of disease will yield to his mode of treat*
mcnt, without restraint in diet or exercise,
and without mercury even when the pro
creative energies becomo paralyzed or torpid
from excessive indulgence of iho passions,
lie will be abie lo restore the parts to health
and vigr r. Persons at a distance enclosing
91, can have a copy of the work. All let
ters must be pcist pai,!, and directed to
II. Fawcett, 1961 ulton-st., New York.
ap3-Gm
Cloths, Cloths.
WE
have just received a /arge and spien*
ded assortment of b/ack, b/ue,brown,
o/ive, drab, green and i:»visibie green c/oths,
which will be so/d Joiv for cash bv
aplO \VM. GARR ETt &. CO.
Payson's Indelible Ink.
Ajust
FRESH supply ol this popular article,
received and for sale at the City
Drug Store, by J. READ.
NEW MAIL LINK FROM BUR*
L1XGTON, I. T., TO SPRING
FIELD, ILLINOIS.
From Burlington to Jacksonville.
Likewise, from Burlington to Jackson
ville, leaving each place Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays at 6 o'clock, A. M. The
above lines pass through Macomb Rush
ville, Beardstown and Virginia.
From liurlington to Peoria.
Also, from Burlington to Peoria, through
Oquawka, Monmouth, Galesboro, lodge at
Knoxvillc arrive in Peoria, second day at
2 o'clock. Returning opposite days.
The subscribers have made every exer
tion to render tho above routes pleasant
and agreeable to all who may patronize
the above lines.
Scats taken in Burlington at Fletcher's
Hotel in Peoria at the Clinton House in
Springfield at the .American Mouse, and in
Jacksonville at the Morgan Mouse.
WM. H. HOLCOMB if CO.
Burlington, Nov. 14, !2ii-tf 25
Read's Concentrated Syrup of
Sarsaparilla.
niME subperiher n«u lo th» p«fc
lie, nis preparation of Sarsaparilla,
which has been much used at the East,
though never heretofore offered for sale. It
is not intended for the cure of every disease,
but as a grand renovator of the human
system, and perfect remedy for such dis
eases as proceed from an unfrec state of the
blood or habits. It is intended for scrofu
lous affections, chronic rheumatism, diseas
ed liver, general chronic disorders, syphilis
and is particularly efficacious in removing
the effects of mercury from the system—
The following recommendations will satisfy
all of the great usefulness of the medicine.
To those to whom Dr Carrol is known, his
name is quite sufficient.
Attleboro', Mass. Dec. 25, '45.
Read's Sarsaparilla has been of great ser
vice in Sthis community, and numerous in
stances of radical cures might be named.—
It is particularly efficacious in chronic dis
eases, and 1 know of ^nothing surer in re
moving the effects of mercury from the
system. Though heretofore made only for
private use, its virtue has become exten
sively known.
Powder. Powder.
THE
subscriber has been appointed sole
agent in Burlington for Messrs Clafiin
and Smith's celebrated sporting powder, al
so blasting powder, which will be sold at
the manufacturers prices, now on hand.'
l'J kegs Powder,
22 kegs Powder,
14 kegs blasting Pewder.
N7
A
Farms,
WM. H. HOLCOMB, 4k CO.,
have now in operation a first
rate line of Coaches on said route.
Leaving Burlington and Springfield Mon
days, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 6 o'
clock i the morning, lodge at Rushville,
and arrive at each place in two days, at 6
o'clock, P. M.
A.
S. DRAPER.
Being a friend privately and gratuitously
benefitted by the above article, I can freely
say that I tgree with all that lias been said
by Mr Draper,and am pleased to learn that
the article is about to be offered publicly
for sale, as the suffering community will be
greatly assisted by it.
D. CARROLL. M. D.
The above medicine is neatly put up, and
aold, wholesale and retail, at the City Drug
Store, by J. READ.
ap3
A Farm at Half Price!!
WEnorth
have a large farm, twenty miles
ot Burlington, which we offer
tor sale at half price. The entire tract of
Land contains seven hundred and twenty
five acres, three hundred timbered land
and the balance prairie—300 acres under
fence and 250 in cultivation. There are
suitable buildings situated on the farm.—
The soil and timber cannot be surpassed,
and the situation is every way desirable.—
Any one wishing to make a fortune can
apply to GRIMES & STARR.
—ALSO—
One other farm sixteen miles north west
of Burlington near the head of Flint 240
acres in the tract—about forty improved—
log cabin, stables and out houses. If the
abo\e cannot be sold, we have concluded to
give it away. Call soon or the chance may
be lost. GRIMEs «5f STARR.
ap3
JAMES C. PARTRIDGE.
Entirely Xew.
THE
subscriber is now opening, and has
his arrangements nearly completed at
the corner of Third and Jeffcrson-sts op
posite the large new Hotel, 212 Packages
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, GLASS
AND HARDWARE,
the greater portion of which is of his own
importation from Europe, and will be sold
at & very small advance on cost.
The stock consists of 70 crates Quesna
wore, containing viz~
1020 sets of common printed Teas,
1050 do of white and pd do
800 doz edge Twiflcrsand Muffins,
360 printed and dip'd bowls,
together with a proportionably large as
sortinent of Tea Pots, SugarB, Creams,
Jugs, Dishes, Nappies, Bakers, Plates,
Twiflers and Muffins, of a great variety of
colors and patterns, mostly from the cele
brated manufactory of J. Ridgway, Staf
fsrdshirc.
23 Casks anil Cases China,viz:
Tea and Dining sets from 32 to 128 pieces,
some very rich and splendid pure porcelain,
burnished gold hand and decorated, which
will be found upon examination to equal if
not surpass any ihing heretofor3 introduc
ed into the Territory. An innpection of
his chin a is earnestly desired.
88 Boxes GLASS WAKE,
containing plain, pressed and cu'. Tumblers
Wines, Cordials, Jellies, Goblets, Cham
paigns, Dccantcrs, Molasses cans, Dishes,
Salvers, Salts, and a few pairs splendid
cut Mirror Dishds.
fit Casks, Barrels, and Kegs of Hard*
ware,
comprising a well selected assortment of
goods
iuptcd
to house building and house
keepic Also, cut and .Mill Saws, of
W. I wland's celebrated brand. Me has
also pened some beautiful Aetral, sida
an hanging
*"uliarly adapted to the burning of Lard,
ana are purely of the solar character.-—
Also, 6 light candelabras, with prismatic
drops.
To Coopers he would say that he has a
Very large supply of drawing knives of eve
ry description, aud tress hoops, Stock
howels. Crozes and Block planes, bench
and moulding planes, together with a com
plete assortment of Edge Tools, Black
smith's Bellows, &c. Si.c.
The stock, with other articles not enu
merated embraces almost every articlc usu
ally called for in a Queenswarc and Hard
ware store,
and lie will be constantly re
ceiving *uch articles aa the city and coun
try demand. D. McINTIRE.
dec
19 3Q
Grind Stones.
GRIND STONES, received per
steamboat Ohio, Marietta Grind
atone*of goed quality for sale cheap bv
--IJT 4th DAVlb.
*r
Farms for sale. We have a
number of valuable improved farms in
this and other counties, which we will sell
on the most liberal terms.
july 13 GRIMES & STARR
ity Lots for sale and to Rent.
We have a large number of luts in this
city which we are authorized to sell on ac
commodating terms, and some which we
will rent for a term of years. Enquire of
july 13 GRIMES fc STARR.
J. F. TALLANT,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
BURLINGTON.
AGENT
Aldridge's Balm of Columbia for tho Hair,
Kolmstock's Vermifuge,
Jadkin's Specific Ointment, J^c.
&C.
~CX)ACH FACTOiryT~
CORSE
at tt.t n it r.yr.t.r
R,ETURN
their thanks to the citizens of
Iowa and Illinois for the liberal
share of public patronage which they
have received and embrace this
opportunity
of informing them that they have removed
from their old stand on Jefferson Street,
to a more commodious building, situated on
the Corner nf Valley »nH .VWi»
where they are prepared to furnish at the
shortest notice any description of carriage*
now in u e, the workmanship and dura
bility of which have been fully tested in
this vicinity and need no further recom
mendation.
They have just received a good and gen
eral assortment ofmaterials from New York
Pittsburgh and Wheeling, of the latest
style, to wit: lace fringe, patent leather,
eliptic springs, &c., itc. whic will enable
them to furnish work at rates to suit tha
purchaser. Produce of every tcription
taken in payment for work.
uine20'44-tf 4
Dye Stiifft, Oils, Leaf's,
Bronzes, See.
AFRESHbots.
supply just received,
including
Fifty tiriNlNE.
Opium, Extr. Comum (Iyasciamus,
Blue Pill Eng. sulph. Potass,
Pulv. Rhoi- opt. Rad.Colomb. do Gent
Cardamon Seeds, Red Oxide Iron,
Arrow Root, Sago, Kreosote, Senna,
Morphine, Pyroligneus, Gm. Guiac,
Curb Ammonia, Gm. Assafoitida,
Urva Ursi, Pulv. Epicao,
Balsm Copaiva. Spts. Nitre,
Emp. Robrons, Calomel,
Canthar.des, &c.
—ALSO—
9 bblsgrnd. log and nic wood,
1 cask Madder, Ibbl Flour sulphur,
4 bbls Sspts. Tpt and Varnish,
2 Kegs Vitriol and Glue, 1 KegOI. Oil,
1 bbl cast. Oil, 2 packs Gold Leaf, .Vc.
—ALSO—
Vegetable Oils, Essences, Cologne,
100 lbs Carb Soda. Camphor,
100 Sal Epsom,
150 Indigo Paint Brushes, white
wash brushes, and a variety of other articles
in the above line, ver? low for cash by
apl844 COPP $ PARSONS.
Boots and Shoes.
CASES boots and Shoes, assorted
*_/VF qualities, at wholesale or retail,
cheap at the new store, Water below Jef
fersou-st
o3 J. G. LAUMAN.
FlltK! F1KE!!
PROTECT YOl'RSKLVES AGAINST
LOSS BY FIRE.
Agency ASlna Insurance Company, Hart}
fort!% Connecticut,
rpIIE subscriber having been appointed
agent for the above company is pre
pared to insure against loss or damage hy
tire dwelling houses, stores, barns, mills,
&c., &.c., at as low a rate as any similar in
stitution.
From the known ability and punctuality
of this company in adjusting all losses cov
ered by them, those wishing to protect them
selves against loss will find it their interest
to insure through this office.
NEW
J. C. PEASLEY,
Burlington Aug. 29 '44 Agent.
To Let.
will let for a term of years part of
lot No. 197, immediately south of
the new Market house. The lot is eligi
bly situated for stores and business houses.
Enquire of
aep5
GRIMES 4r STilRR.
15
New Fancy Goods.
style crape de Pekin and fancy
twilled cashmere, muslin de laines,
and alpacas well assorted, for ladies dresses
very cheap. Also fancy velvet prints and
shawls, large and small shawls new styles,
also ribbons, artiticials, gloves, &c., with
muffs and fancy trimmings, gimps, and a
splendid lot of calicoes.
n7 WESLEY JONES.
MRS
C. E. THOMPSON has removed
her Millnery establishment to Court
street, between 3d and 4th, where she haa
new styles of bonnet patterns, just received
Irotn New York,
nov 7 24
Farms, Farms.
WE
have
a Farm for sale
about ten
miles north of Burlington,
with
large improvements on it, which we
will
sell on the most liberal
and accommodating
terms.
Another about 4 1-2 miles N. W.of
Bur­
lington, with small improvements.
We have several other Farms and a large
quantity of wild lands which we are am
ioustosellat a small advance on the orig
inal cost. Enquire of
Nov2 GRIMES & STARR.
Liquors, Wines, Ac.
COGNAC
Brandy,
Fine Old Jamaica Rum,
Port Wine, Old Madeira, do.
Selected expressly for medical use
0ctl9
POWDER—of
by
J.
F. TALLANT.
Just
received from the man
ufactory Laflins and Smith, a quan
tity of their best sporting F. F. T. C. & G.
powder.—Also, Blasting do. for sale by the
quantity orat retail, by
Feb 6 S. fc P. LINDEMUTH.
Carpet Chain,
JUST
reaeived and for sale by
ap3 GARRETT &. CO.
PICKEREL, No 1, for sale by
ri? S Si P. LINDEMUTH.
RY Apples and Peaches, just received
by S. & P. LINDEMUTH.
KATIIER.—Sole and Upper Leather
I for sale by J. S. KIMBALL.
DOZEN Willow Market Baskets, for
Hale by B. T. DAVID.
PPLE BUTTER for sale by
8. P. LINDEMUTH
BOOTS
& SHOES."The largest and
best assortment in (he city for sale
wholesale and retail br
d12 J. S. KIMBALL.
ALT.—Ground Alum and Kanawha
lalt, for sale by J. S. KIMBALL.
S
BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE.
Notice*
THE
undersigned have just opened
Livery Stable in the rear of Corse A
Harriman's Coach Factory, where they in
tend keeping at all times a good (and gener
al assortment of horses and carriages of
every description, to suit the publie and
they hope by faithful attention to business
to
for Comstocks celebrated Fam­
ily Medicines,
Bartholomew's Expectorant Remedy,
l)r Linn's Balm of China,
Hay's Liniment for the Piles.
Indian Rheumatic Elixir,
merit a share of public patronage.
Persons wishing their horses kept by the
week would do well to give them a call be
fore engaging elsewhere for they pledge
themselves to keep on hand at all times,
a plenty of good provender, and good at
tentive ostlers No pains shall be spared to
render general satisfaction
McCALLON, CORSE &Co
jnne 20'44-tf 4
Bleached and Unbleached Cotton.
•J BALES unbleached cotton 4-4 St 6-4,
J. 3 Ca-es bleached do
Just received and for sale cheap at the
new store, Water below Jetfersnn-st.
o3 J. G. LAUMAN.
CIOOKING
STOVES, Just received per
St Bt Galena, a lot of New Premium
Cooking Stoves, which will be sold low for
cash or wheat. LYMAN COOK.
Paints and Dye Stuffs.
1
CEROON superior Indigo, madder,
alum, copperas, rose, pink, 'chrome
vellow, do green, sugar of Lead, Logwood,
Venitian Red, &e. Just received and for
sale chea|t at the New Store, Water below
Jetlerson-st.
o3 J.
G. LAUMAN.
For Sale.
THE
west half of the south west quar
ter of section thirty-two in township
•evenly one, north of range three west.
The above described tract contains eighty
acreBof excellent timber land near the cen
tre of De
s Moiues count
v.
GRIMES & STARR.
sep5 [Gazette copy] 15
Leather.
0
SI flT '«BS red and oak tanned sole
W Leather, 75 lbs upper leather
1 doz fine kips, just received per steamer
St Croix, and lor sale cheap, at the new
Store on Water below Jefferson street.
o24 J. G. LAUMAN.
SALT I SALT 11
s.\OKS A Salt 125 barrels
Sd Kanawha Salt 300 sacks T. I.
salt for sale low by
ol7 GEORGE PARTRIDGE
Salt, Molasses and Whiskey.
"J ,*"1 S,\' KS ground alum salt, 5 do
fine salt, 20 bbls N O Molasses
10 do Sugar bouse do. 10 bbls Patterson's
Cincinnati whiskey, just received per steam
boat Ohio, and lor sale at
o24 J. 6. LAUMAN.
INTER EST \G TO
Farmer!! and Others.
JYork,
REAI), formerly the city of New
informs Farmers and the public
in general, that he is now prepared to dis
pose of his
Approved Patent Reaping Machines,
or of rights for Counties, States or Territo
ries, on reasonable terms. A small work
ing machine may be seen now in Burling
ton—the same which was exhibited but a
short time since in the field at New York,
in the presence of the Mayor and Commit
tee of the American Institute, and.a! Wash
ington, in the presence of the Hon. Henry
L. Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents and
a large number of members of Congress and
citizens—all of whom approved and were
entirely satisfied with its operation, Mr
Ellsworth pronouncing it ihe best reaper
he had ever seen. At the Fair of the Ame
rican Institute in 1841, this machine took
the premium, anc the Medal then awarded
is now in possession of the subscriber. Also
a number of letters from members of Con
gress testifying to the quality of the Reap
ers, may be seen by calling on me.
The machine makes clean work—cutting
every spear. The grain Is taken olF by a
rake attached to the machine, and worked
by a crank. The rake throws the grain
completely from the machine, and leaves it
in bundles ready for binding.
An excellent opportunity is now offered
to enterprising mechanics, who may wish to
engage in manufacturing these machines.
By purchasing a few counties they would
realise a good business, simply by making
and selling tlicm. The subscriber will sell
large or small districts, to Buit purchasers,
and will take par? ptiy in any good, disposa
ble property, *eal or personal.
Persons wishing machines for the coming
harvest will please make their arrange
ments at once as the time is short, and the
number already engaged makes it necessa
ry that the subscriber should have as early
notice as possible.
For further particulars apply personally
or by letter (post paid,) to the subscriber, at
the City Drug Store. J. READ.
Burlington, Feb. 27, 1845 40tf
PLOUGH Sl-ibt—ju received and
for sale by
HUDSON E. BRIDGE.
marlS John G. Foote, Agt.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!!
WE
have just received per Mermaid,
and for saZe cheap
20 doz. Webster's Elementary Spelling
book,
5 doz. Smith's arithmetic
1 doz Hale's history U. S.
2 doz Smith's grammar
1 doz do Geography and atlas
1 doz Mitchell' do do
1 doz Olney'e do do
1 doz Webster's Dictionary
1 doz Mason's sacred harp
4 doz Sanders' Reader, No 1
4 doz do do 3
3 doz do do 3
12 doz Primers ass'd
4 doz Memorandum books
1500 Quills. WM. GARRE? & CO.
mar27
Steel Fens.
5
GROSS of every variety, for by
J. F. TALLANT^
FOR SALE.
ACRES choice prairie and tim
ber land, near the forks of Iowa
and Cedar rivers, well watered and tim
bered or I will exchange it for town prop
erty in Burlington, or sell it in lots to suit
purchasers, low. Also, seventy acres of
good prairie and timber land, within one
mile of Columbus City, in Louisa county.
Also, a number of good building lots, well
situated in Columbus City, titles warranted
and te rms liberal.
febSO WESLEY JONES.
IRON! IRON!
DIAMONDIRON
and Triangle Plough moulds
Plough slabs and a general assortment
of round, square and bar iron, just reo'd
per l.'ncle Toby, for sale cheap.
inarti (Gaz copy) G. LAUMAN
Wanted.
20 OOO
bus
E S of
Wheat, JO,000 do.
Corn, and 5000 bushels of oats. Also
Butler, Cheese, Eggs, Lard, Tallow, Dry
and Green Hides, Bees wax and Flux-seed,
for which the highest market pricc will be
paid inC„4SHand all kinds of store Goods,
at the CHEAP STORE, two doors below
the Gazette office, Jefferson street, by
dec23 S. KIMBALL-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
AFTER
wishing you all a happy new
vear, I would most respectfully inform
you that I have this following articles for
sale and many more
Very Cheap at fFholesale or Retail.
m©mfsm,9,9
14 hhds best N. O. sugar,
200 sacks Rio, Havanna, St Domingo,
Old Government Java, Old Sumatra
and Mocha Coffee,
2 boxes white and Havanna Sugar,
5 bbls Molasses, 3 bbls Vinegar,
200 bbls Kanawha salt No 1,
50 sacks G. A. Salt, 400 I. salt,
50 boxes tobacco, various qualities.
4 bags Sumatra pepper, spice, cinna
mon, cloves, cocoa, so.ip, candles, alum,
copperas, indigo, imtdder, ink and ink
powders, paints, oils, ^fc.
To those who wish for a superior article
in the Grocery line, I would say, try mine,
you will find tliein good arid cheap,
200 sets common leas, ^00 sets edged
plates,
35 doz bowls various sizes and patterns,
Creams, Chtmbers, Pitchers, Nappies,
White Granite Coffees, Platters, ^c.
llais and Caps.
1 doz fine seal and otter caps,
1 doz nutria and 1 doz fine muskrat do
3 doz Die ISul and 3 doz Canada caps,
12 doz common Muskrat do
Mens' childrens' and infants' cloth and
Velvet caps.
1 doz new style Castimere Hats,
1 doz Round Crown drab do
Silk, Russia and Fur hats and hat cases.
mi
Fine blue and black wool dyed cloth,
Tweed, black cassimisres,
Ribd and diamond, Paris, cord, black,
blue, gray do.
Bea verand pilot cloth, sheets'gray.
Blue und brown tilled cloth, satiuetts,
Jeans, Hardtimes, silk and fancv hdkfs.,
Red, white green and Canton Flannels,
Superior silk velvet and common vestings.
Fancy and plain alpaccas, Gro de Swiss,
ShawU, laces, edgings, lawns, jaconetts,
White and colored cambrics,
Striped end plain Swiss muslins.
Very fine Irish linen, Gingham,
New style of American prints, checks,
Plaids, Linseys, bed ticking, drilling,
Domestic, Blankets, canvass padding,
Silesia, brown Holland worsted and si
Ik
coat and vest cord and bindings, silk twist,
thread, tape, sporting buttons, cord, horn,
and gilt coat and vest buttons- ivory, horn,
wood and German silver combs, hose, gloves
and mittens. A large assortment of whip
thongs.
School Books &' Superior stationery.
Boots and Shoes.
Mens' and boys' boots and brogans,
Gentleuiens slippers,
Women* calf otees and kip shoes,
Ladies fine kid. leather aud gainbroue
slippers.
HARDWARE.
Nails, brads, spikes, Norfolk and Ameri
can latches, blind fastenings, Parl't hinges,
butts and screws, window springs, door,
pad, till, chest, cupboard and trunk locks
files, rasps, hammers, hatchets, axes, au
gers, chisscls, gimblets, screw drivt)rsvbrad
awls, tacks, floats, butcher and shoe knives,
mill, cut, and hand saws, saddlers awls
wool cards, cattle cards, curry combs, sad
irons, tea kettles, stew pans, fry pas,
hollow ware, superior and common ta e
and pocket cutlery, German silver ad
iron table and tea spoons, coopers adzes and
bitts hair, clothes, counter, blacking and
scrubbing brushes wood and metal liquor
gates, percussion caps, fliuts, and many
articles not mentioned.
Pine Lumber.
220 thousand feet and 20 M. sawed pine
Lath Apart of this lumber is of a very
superior quality of clear stuff from the Big
Bull Falls, Wisconsin River, and will be
sold at the lowest rates for cash or pro
duce.
I return you my sincere thanks for past
favors und solicit a continuation of your
patronage, and I wish you all not only
one happy new year, but a great many.
I have a large stock of goods and am
very anxious to sell and will sell cheap in
exchange for wheat, corn, oats, flaxseed,
dry hides, bees-wax, and the "root of all
evil"—money—will not be refused.
PEASLEY.
Buriington, Iowa, Jan. 2,1845. 32
Gazette copy.
Qnt'CtiMvare.
rriHE subscribei lias just opened a good
I assortment of Queensware, Glassware,
&c., which he offers very low for cash,
wheat or corn.
ALSO—
Sundry other articles, such as Copperas,
Alum, Indigo, Madder, Salt Petre, Resin'
Glue, Chalk, Logwood, Castor Oil, Ink,
Spices, 4Lc. B. .DAVID.
Jail 11'44 33
rP
I Subscribers to the New World, Niles
Register, Lady's Book, Graham's Maga
zine, &c., will do well to have them Bound
as soon after the expiration of the Volumes
as possible. By so doing they will be
able to preserve those valuable publica
tions in perfect order.
All the varieties of Binding executed in
a neat and durable manner, by
WILLIAM GREENE.
Blank Books
A supply on hand and will be sold very
low by J. F. TALLANT,
sept7 Water St.
Fresh Drngs and Medicines.
THE
Subscriber has just received his
fall supply of every thing in his line,
making his stock full and complete, and
offers inducements to the publie not inferior
toanv of his competitors, both in the varie
ty,quality and prices of his stock. He has
just received,
25oz Quinine, 25 lbs Jujube Paste,
20 lbs Peruvian Bark, 25 Africa Cayenne
20 Camphor, 20 Calomel,
1 bbl Castor Oil, 1 bbl Copperas,
2" Spts Turpentine 1 Alum,
1 Linseed Oil, 1 Venitian Red,
3 bbls Spanish Whiting,
Together with every thing in his line
that can bo wanted or called for, for sale
very low by J. TALLANT.
OLD ESTABLISHED STAND.—
At A. W. Carpenter's Clock, Watch
and Jewelry Establishment, may
be found all such articles as are usually
kept in the line, and also all kinds of
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry repaired and
warranted at the shortest notice. Store on
Main Street, one door aooth of J. K Field,
Saddler.
Jan 5. 1843-ly 23
^PER.U OIL.—100 gallons winter strain
ed, for sile by
jull3 J. F. TALLANT.
NEW STORE & FRESH
GOODS.
THE
Subscriber has just opened a new
and fresh stock of Goods, just ree'd
from Boston and New York at the Store
formerly occupied by Messrs Btidgman and
Brothers, corner of Main and Jefferson-sl
which he offers at very low prices for emth
or Country Produce.
His Stock consists in nart of
DRY GOODS,
Cioths, cassimeres, Vestings, Ginghams,
Linseys, satinets, Kentucky 3eans,
Sheep Gray Kersevs, Tickings,
Red, white and Yellow Flannels,
Apron and Furniture checks,alpacas,
Meririoes, cotton and silk hdkfs.
Pilot cloth, Blankets, wadding. Batting,
Shawls, suspenders cotton Yam, &c.
HARDWARE.
Castcel and Iron shovels and'Spades,
Hunts axes, hoes, handsaws, trace chains.
Knives and F'orks, pocket Knives, nails,
Spikes, hammers. Locks, Latches, Butts,
Screws, buloher Knives, curry combs,
Sheet iron tea kettles and stew pans,
Augers. Xc., See.
HATS AND CAPS,
Angola. Silk and Fur Hats, Blue drab
cassimei% hats
Mens' and boys' patent Glazed, cloth,
sealet, hair. Nutria and Fur *eal caos.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
200 prts .Mens' thick boots.
50 prs peg'd and sewed calf water proof
boots,
300 prs Mens* thick brogans
200 prs boys and youths brogans,
150 do do boots,
200 prs childrens shoes,
500 prs womens kip snoetees,
150 do strap shoes and slippers,
200 do line kid hoes, parlor
slippers, &c, 4 c.
LEATHER.
1500 lbs best slaughter sole leather,
50 sides wax leather, very large.
GROCERIES.
4000 lbs best Rio Coffee,
1000 do old government Java do.
5Qd do Aromatic 1'obacco, of the best
quality,
1500 do Tobacco of various qualities,
5000 do New Orleans Sugar, Loaf
sugar, molasses, best Y. H. and Imperial
tea, Rice, Saleratus, pepper, alspicc, ginger,
cassia, nutmegs, cloves, soap, starch, cas
tile soap, mustard, raisins, chocolate, See.
DRUGS, DYES, 8,-C.
Indigo, madder epsom salts,copperas,
Glue, Sal nitre, borax, Alum, sulphur.
Brimstone, Spirits turpentine, Tanner'a
Oil, Kc.
SALT! SALT!!
50 sacks A salt. "0 bbls Kanawha do.
WANTED.
50 head heavy fat cattle weighing GOO lbs
and upwards, 2000 hogs, 5000 bush wheat.
Flax seed, hemp, hides, beeswax and tal
low, for which the market price will be
na.d by JAMES C. PARTRIDGE.
n7 24
llaTlTiaT!! ha Ha ha ha!!!
Ladies and Gentlemen, have you heard of
the news 7
The "Old Shoemaker's" returned with
BOOTS and with SHOES.
They will fit the old lady, young lady, baby
and all
So you that are needy just give me a call_
ri^illE undersigned respectfully infc.m*
i his old customers and the citizens gen
erally that he has just returned from the
Hast with a !arge assortment of Boots and
Shoes of every variety. Leather of all kinds
and shoe findings for the Craft, consisting
in part ol
8000 lbs Spanish sole leather,
3000 oak tanned do
3000 harness do
15 doz bridle do
20 upper do
25 calf skins,
1000 lbs belt do
Kid, Goat, and sheep skins, and skirting
Leather
8 cases Mens' coarse and fine boots,
6 fine pegged do
10 Mens'coarse do
5 extra fine sewed do
8 water proof do
7 Boys do
50 bushels pegs.
Thread green and bleached, awls, spara
bles, blacking, shoe brushes and everything
in the finding line, and many other article
to suit the times Call and see before pur
chasing elsewhere as I am determined to
sell lower than the same articles can be
bought in the far west-
I
1
®.
of any size or pattern
made toorder, on the most reasonable terms.
Bujlington, August. 25,-tf W.G.
Miner's Improved patent I'uiiip, for
Wells, Cisterns, Spring*, Siv.
ISas
as superior to the common Log Pump
that is to the old crotch and pole,
and cheaper than either! The working
parts being all iron, and no lower box, it is
not liable to get out of order, and all re
pairs arc done away with. The stock is un
decaying and water proof and the whole is
secure from front- neat, durable, simple
and chcap, and so easily worked that a
child five years old can raise water with it
R. S. ADAMS.
SOLAR LAMPS.
A
LARGE assortment of beautiful Solar
Lamps, very suitable for churches,
to be had cheap at the China and Hard
ware store, corner of Third and Jefferson
streets, opposite the new Hotel. As it has
been proven, Lard, by the use of these
Lamps, becomes equally as good as tno
best Sperm Oil. D. M'INTIRE,
Importer of,and dealer in, China and
Hardware.
d26 31
School Books.
jyjcGUFFY'S Eclectic 4th Reader,
Sd
1st
Smith's Geography and Atlas,
Olney's
Murray's Grammar and Elementary Spoil
ng Book, for sale by
n28 B. T. DAVID.
Castings, Castings.
LBS"
by
LBS Hollow Ware foi sale
u28
B. T. DAVID.
FRESH "IGS AXD HAISIXS.
JUST
received, per steam boat Lynx,
from St Louis, a few drums superior
Figs and Boxes Raisins. For sale at
SIIACKFORD'S,
feb 27 Corner Main and Jefferson strtJ.
Boots and Shoes.
MENS'
Coarse and fine I"1018
a 9hoe0
well assorted, ladies Oaitcr Boots and
Ties and Shoes Ma
r"l
n7
WESLEY JONES.
80 Acres of good land for Sale
ABOUT
SIX
miles north of Burlington, or
would be exchanged for town proper
ty. "feb20J WESLEY JONES.
The Best Medicine
I
N
*h
t,,C Vnr ld
V" to be [),
•L Sherman's Medicated Lozence. Ti
are so pleasant that they can be 'I'V
taken as the most pleasant
1
hey consist of '••••y.
Cough Loaenge*.
Which are the sufen and most effect,,.!
medy for coughs, eold,. eon,,,,,
whooping cough asthma.
to the public. Tl,.-v
|P
h.
expectoration, a!!..v,:,!. irZ
coughing, and removing tfc rvl"?
disease. "f U*
Worm Lozflug,.*.
lite onlv infallible w.,rrn
cover. 1 In over -lOil.iMO
never be i. known t„ .t
arise from worms .it,.! i
tense suffcrm him
their ever bein:» i,
are very oli.b i.tH,
llh th
,"^
doctors for various complaint,
any benefit when one dose of these lo
W
S"
would speedily cure them, ""gti
Camphor Lozenges,
For nervous or i.-k bed ache.
of the heart, lassitude and nervous a££
generally. lVrso,,, traveling or attrn,
large parties will find
.„d „„pltlm8
Sherman's Poor Man's P|a„p.
1 his Master, of winch over 2.0011,000,,.
sold yearly, i, believed (o lie the best p|,"
Ke/^"r
111 CLOTHIftG. 114
FARMFIISand
t##®
to*"'
a
for S
1
£,t Ct**g
non
will
«h
HK-ntl""
le
Lmenges "tn|
lit* K.w...
*.
d,
.iStf*
*-'athartic Lozenges,
11
^Jverti
gautr"
The best cathartic medicine for remorin. Zfo1
bile from the system and preventing„,MJ
of the bilious and intermitting fe*cr of .h
section of country.
IIU." t"
"g
11
y,||trs p"
.. B,. ho|
JH.ine*
r,'T'at'Sm' lunib"K". Iain
„,
lh
back, side, breast or any other \u,t nf u!
body, ever prepared, and it. price (,,„!»
cents,) brings it within the reach of
person in (lie community. For sale by
^tn I of
libof® ai
J- READ,
1m a
Kin
,e ent
Bur'i»gtnn
|0R*NR3
Lot Moffitt, Augusta and Tryvn
Oquawka. feb deeply
|«r 1
.it i|»l«
liar
CITIZENS, when y#u
VISUM Louis, call on
3
JOHN T. MARTIN,
At his old' stand, 114 Main-st., who ||.
this day commenced receiving his Sprtn
stock, and will continue to receive, daili
throughout the season. My slock, wh»
received, will be one of the largest mi
best assorted stocks in St Louis. It
A
I
mu
be apparent to every one that I do
M||
clothing at lower prices than any othw
house, from the heavy stock and amoau
of but'inew I do.
John T. Martin hat but one Store.
Beware of those that tell you tin.
Martin's, for there arc those that do it
Look well for the Big Stone Sign, with
Martin on it, across the pavement, lirp
number 114 on top of the house. I
only a call, convinced that you will be
satisfied that my prices, for I lie quality
and make, are unusually cheap.
Country merchants supplied on the mot
reasonable terms. Persons wanting cloth
ing will do well to call and examine mj
stock, as I pledge rnvs.-lf to sell lower thin
any other liousu posMoly can.
L-1EME
PJT
ffmi il, fc
It is no trouble to show goods at 114.
ma r'JO 43
NKVV GOODS A NI) CHEAP.
rilflE subscribers have just received anil
JL are opening at their Old Stand, on I lie
corner of Columbia and Water sli is
Messrs Noble and Yates large brick block,
their
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
which, with their former stock will makr
theirs one of the largest and best in
city, comprising a full and general am
mcnt of
nov 25
|R#*R3
W)
tr
UBS«
Shu
S.
pmaa
•ry Oo
Bonne
que.
0 40
a*
truer
inure, sat
roiideloths,
hentur-k
ri.llll Ulid fuiiillitf' can
tinets. French and American
tweed cassimeres, velveteen,
and Steubenvillrjeans, habit cloths, Hanneis
blue plaid and fancy
Hats, Caps, and Bonnet*,
Gentlemens cassimcre,
silk,
•SUA Cl
Alum, copperas, Logwood, Liquors,
French and American brandy, port wine.
Holland Gin, old Rye Whiskey, ^c., nil
of which they will s.llat the lowest prices
for cash or exchango for produce.
Awake 1 awake! to your interests arise
and come to the Cheap Cash State, where
you can always lay out your ready money
to the best possible advantage.
«pI0 S & P. LINDEMUTH.
c01
MIIIMUT
drilling,bronn
and bleached sheeting -Inrling, Iri-t
linen, linen cambric hd! l's. .ic...n-M .cam
bri I"S niuli. plaui iioi
silks., i:i'i
irjoce
rtpi'd niii^iili-
u
K!
ln!i' .-n 1 in-
Wanted.
QA 4Will UUSH'LSofgoo"
OvjVVV Fall Wheal, 500
du corn, SOOO do oats, dry hides, bceswai
Flaxseed, Lard, tallow, bacon bains, bo.
ter cgr», &c., for all of which we wil/paj
L!IFL'",'D*'KS'R,P
A"
W1LI
!_• 1 ti tr li.. in
I 1- r• !i
dr.
Sumiin'r -II .| 'mullet ri'i'.i'i,-,
llairand silk 1111 (•-. gnupuig cords, veiN,
Silk fringe, sewing silk, ekcin and ball
tlnead.
Coat cord and birdings, buttons,
Gum elastic and worsted suspenders.
Artificial flowers, hosiery, an extra arti
cle »»f Kid Ciloves, zephyr worsted worim(
patterns, a beautiful article of fashionable
prints, See.
Russia and
Nutria, hats, Cloth and oil cloth caps palm
leaf hats, Florence braid and -Iraw bonneU,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Mens coarsc boots and brogans, fine ealf
and kip boots and shoes, Ladies fine slip
pers and gaiter walking shoes, Misses and
childrens shoes,
Sole and upper Leather.
QUEENSWARE.
China, Glass and Earthernwarc.t a full
and ru riil assortment.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Knives and forks, pocket and pen knireti
Spoons, files, rasps, coffee mills,
WHOLI
I™g*.
\V°U|
|Hereliti
the nr
his lii
e san
j»ly
Locks and Latches, hammers, spades,
Shovels, hoes, traces, butts arid screws,
Grass and jrain sevthc«« I,op chains, 4.C.
tirocericss
1
Bhftnn
Tea, coffee, Loal and brown sugar,
Molasses, Spices tobacco, .Mustard, cilN
Candles, dried apples, sporting and blast
ing powder, dye stuffs, indigo, madder.
I.INI,KMITII_
XES—6 boxes ollina' Axes. Yan
kee and Kentucky patterns,just re
ceived nd for sale by
may 1 J. G. LAUMAN^
School Books.
ECLECTIC
Readers, bibles, testaments,
geographies, primers, toys, a variety
of almanacs, English and German, slate
hymn books, improved Gillott's steel p«n«.
fcc. For sale at the City Drug Store.
Also, many fancy articles—soft pen»
for drawing, brist .l boards gilt edif nei«
paper, superior pencil leads, scissors an
Roger's pen knivea, &e., for sale as above
febaO
K AJ
KONZE fc LEAP assorted also,
6
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