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^Tarritory ef Iowa, Dea Moines bounty, st.
*^^Distric!: Court, for said ccnntv, to the Feb «u irnary Term thereof, A. D., 1840. TJosiah Luckey 1 Bills in Chancery for -ss.'j vs. an Injunction and Re William Buchanan. S lief. saii' William Buchanan will hereby »?33# take notice, that on the 24th day of I'MaTi A. D.,' 1840, the said complainant by M. D. Browning Esq., his solicitor, filed in the officc- of the Clerk of the District Court for Mid county, his certain Bill of Complaint -against the said Defendant, pupported by tlie OKtii of the said Complainant, representing tbat in tiic spring of 1838, he placed in the hands of Joseph Swope, a constable, in and Air said county, notes for collection or safe keeping, one of which said notes was exe cuted by Nicholas YVinterstcin and Gideon B. Alexander, on the 18th day of "lay, 1838, for the sum of seventy two dollars and fifty «tnts, payable on or before the 1st day of Octobcr, 1838, to the said complainant, or to bis order, and that none of the said notes had blen endorsed by the said complainant, nor 'lmd he then, or since parted with hi? interest in said notes, or authorized any other person transfer the same for him, and that imme diately after placing them in the hands of the said constable for collection as aforesaid, •the wid complainant left said Territory, and was absent for several months, during which -absence, the said Swope departed this life »nd said notes by some means got into the hands of different persons, who set up and claimed the right to collect and receive pav mrnt, for the same, without any authority •'from said complainant for tho same, and that 411 of the persons thus holding and claiming •aid notes, were informed of the true situa •!'4fon of eaid notes by said complainant on his rtturn, which was immediately after the death of said Swope, and also that the note atovo referred to, signed by Nicholas Winter stein, and Gideon 13. Alexander, by some Means got into the hands of the said William Buchanan, who instituted a suit upon the aamo, in the District Court, for said county, in the name of the said complainant, for the use of said William Buchanan, without any •Militbority so to do, and having been notified by said complainant, of the true circum js .flanccs and situation of said note, he- is cn favoring to enforce payment of the same, greatly to the prejudice and injury of said complainant, and that the said note, was made payable to the said Josiah Luckcy. or to order, and that the same is not endorsed by him, and also representing that at the May term, of said District Court, 1840, judgment tras rendered by default against said Wintcr atein and Alexander, for the full amount of •aid note with interest, &c, and whereas a aummori8 has been issued in this case, against the said defendant, returnable at the Octobcr term of said Court, 1840, which was returned bv the Sheriff, nnn est inventus. Now unless tfic paid William Buchanan, shall personally lie, and appear before the District Court, for •aid county, setting as a Court of Chancery, -OH or before the first day of the next term, thereof, to be begun, and held at the Court tlouse, in Burlington, on the third Monday of February, 1R41, and answer r,n his corporal «ath. She chargcs and allegations set forth in •aid bill of complaint, the same shall be ta ken as confessed, and a decree entered in the premised accordingly. Nov 23d, 1840. M. E. Browning, Solr.for Compt. dec3-6t-27 On the Chancery fide of the District Court for the county of Louisa Nov. term 1840. David Mortimore, 1 Bill for relief. In vs. junction, and Ne Levi Rice &. Cicero M. Ives 5 Exeat. "WyJT'IlEREAS the above named David Zjllor timore has exhibited his bill of com plaint against the said Levi Rice and Cicero M. Ives, in the District Court, for the coilnty of Louisa aforesaid, praying for relief, gene rally. iri tlio premises, set forth in said bill, and for i specific performance of a certain writ ten contract entered into between the said Mortimore and the said Rice, under the hands and seals of the said Mortimore and Rice, dated the 19th day of June 1840, for the sale of sundry tracts of land, lying in township No 75. of range 4 west, in Louisa county aforesaid, and containing, among other lands, the west half of section No. 31, in the town ship aforesaid, which included most of the plat of land surveyed and laid off for Columbus city, and for which said lands, so purchased, and embraced in said contract, the said Mor timore, subsequently, on the 25th day of ftine, 1840, executed his two several promissory notes, to the said Rice, the one for three thous and dollars, and the other for §7000. payable at tbe end si" five years from date, with 6 per cent interest thereon, the interest payable annually, and the bill charging, the said Rice, among other th ngs, with ha ving fraudulently caused the said half section of land No. 31, to be left .out of the deed ol conveyance, which, by said written contract, he, the said Ricc, had bound himself to execute to the said Morti more, with intent to cheat and defraud the said Mortimore out of said half section of land. And further, charging the said Ricc with a fraudulent collusion with the said Ives, and with having conveyed the said half section of land no. 31, to the said Ives, to cover the aame for the use and benefit of the said Rice, and charging the said Ives with fraudulently combining with the said Rice to defraud, and injure the said Mortimore in the premi ses, and with having taken a deed of said half section of land from the said Ricc, with a full knowledge of the contract aforesaid, and of all the circumstances detailed in said bill, and that said conveyance from the said •Bice to the said Ives,was without any legal or v valid consideration, and made with full notice that the t:iid Ricc was bound to convey the •aid half section of land no. 31, to the said Mortimore, and that the sale of the same from the said Ricc to the said Ives is fraudulent and Toid and praying that the same may be de creed to be set aside and annulled, and for a specific performance, on the part of the said .Ricc, of his contract aforesaid, and for an in junction against the said Ricc to restrain him frcm negotiating or in any way of disposing of either of said notes given by the said Mor ^iniore for the purchase of said lands as afore nid- And further enjoining both of the said 'defendants, the said Rice and Ives, and all others, their agents or attornics from selling, conveying or in any way or manner of dis posing of any part of said half section of land, no. 31, before mentioned. And praying fur ther for a writ of Ne Exeat, against the said defendants, if they shall be found in said Louisa county, to compel them to give securi |y not to leave this Territory, until the fur ther order of said court in the premises agree _*Wy to the statute in such cases made and provided, and for a writ of Subpoena, to com the said defendants to appear and an v er the complainants said bill as is usual i like eases, returnable to the present term jof said court. And whereas the said Subpcrna wij.dinst the said Rice, has been returned Non J|«t, and the said Mortimore has filed his petition in said court, in said cause, setting ISorth, among other things, that he lias been ^informed and verily believes that the said Rice has left this Territory, and has gone abroad to parts unknown to the said Morti tiore, and that be absents himself to avoid the process of the court in this cause, and that -*|roccss cannot be served upon him, and pray ing for an order of publication against him an absent defendant as the statute provides, J|Il which is ordered by said court. Therefore, jBhf said Levi Rice, defendant in this cause, is ^icreby notified and required to appear to said ^ausc and demur, plead or answer to said bill J&f complaint, on or before the first day of Tfebruary, J641, or said bill will be taken as tgainst onfessed by him, and a decree will pass him accordingly provided, that a *^topy of this order be published in the Hawk jSyc and Patriot, printed at Burlington, once 1H week, for six successive weeks, before the *Said first day of February next. By order, Zatlok G. Inghram, Clerk, and Ex-officio Register in Chancery. 1§ Wappello, dec 3 18-I0-6t-27 3fc*LOUR and Weil, constantly on hand and HP 1 fbraaloby- D. R. COOK. .: Si MEDICAL NOTICE. DOCT. ROBT. MARTIN, late of Indiana, Tenders his professional services to the Citizens of Burlington and the surrounding country, in all the various branches of the profession. He has been twenty years a practitioner in the western States and lie trusts that an extensive acquaintance with all the prevalent disease!: of the West, will at once entitle him to the confidence of tire public, and a liberal share of patronage. lie has devoted much of his time to the diseases of women and children, and to diseases of a delicate charac ter. He has a good stock of pure unadult erated medicines selected expressly for his own piacticc. He will be found at the Of fice of Doct. James Davis on Jefferson Street near the river, where he will attend to all calls, in the line of his profession. Burlington, July 23, 1840. 8 Hides! Hides!! I WISH to purchase 3 or 400* good Beef Hides, for which I will pay the highest market price in goods or cash, delivered to me in Burlington on or before the first day of March next. Also, Beeswax, clean cotton and lineu rags taken at fair prices. RECEIVED HAVE Robert Burnes. Bnrlington, Dec. 10, 1840. 28tf Clothing. per S. B. Mermaid on con signment, a large bit of ready made clothing, for sale cheap for cash by nov26-26 David & Kitchen. CHASE & KIMBALL, just received a general assortment of English, American Si ii'.mopean GOODS Consisting in part of 50 ps red, white, green and yellow Flannels 40 plaid and plain Linseys 20 Kentucky and Keokuk Jeans 30 blue, blk and mixedSattinets.some very fine 20,000 yds Lawrence Sheetings and Shirtings 5,000 blue and brown Drilling 20,000 Merrimack blue Prints 20,000 do fancy do 10,000 English and French do 20 ps American and English- Cassimere 10 14 English an'd French Broadcloths, with trimmings to suit 10 ps blue, blk and brown Pilot cloths 40 prs black, blue, green and white Macki naw Blankets 30 prs Rose Blankets 50 44 Saddle do 5 bales Batting 4 44 Wicking For sale low, at the corner of Washington and Water Streets. Oct 24 Fort Madison, Iowa Territory. THK John j£5. Dunlap, Clerk, subscriber, having leased the above named establishment, formerly known as the "Iowa Iiouse," respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that the house has undergone a thorough repair and cleansing, and is now open and ready for the accommo dation of the traveling community. 'I he Bar is provided with choice Liquors of every description the larder will at all times be supplied with such delicacies of the season as the market affords and the stables are com modious, and will always be attended by trusty and attentive ostlers. In short, every exertion will be used to suit the taste, comfort and con venience ol all who may sojourn with him. The public's obed't serv't, scpt3 tf JAS. C. PARROTT. 25 AUCTION GOODS. Doz. stout muslin shirts at 50 cts. apiece. Blue broadcloth coats at S10 and $11 each. Pants, vests in proportion—also about 1 doz. Summer coats. CHARLES NEALLKV'S may 14 50 SLAUGHTERING. HAVING built a slaughter-house and pack ing establishment, we will be prepared to kill and pack all the cattle and hogs that may be offered. II. W. MOORE $ CO. Burlington, sept 3 EVERY EYE UPON IT. R. S. ADAMS INFORMShas his friends and former Customers, that he just returned from the East with a splendid assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES, of every size and description. ALSO—Sole Leather, Cow Hide, Kip Skins, Calf Skins, Lining and Binding, Skins and Shoe Findings. All of which will be sold low for cash, and NO MISTAKE. O^'iidies and Gentlemen please call sind see, do not forget the door, next door North of brick block, opposite lower Ferry landing. Oct 15-pd 20 A GNEW'S UNIVERSAL VEGETABLE J\. PILLS. Said to be a sure cure for Fever and Ague. For sale by BRIDGMAN & PARTRIDGE, Agents for the Proprietors. lbs. Log chains, JUU 1-2 ton of Boston nails, 2 doz. Axes, 2 doz. curry-combs, An assortment of dove-trimmings. For sale cheap for cash by LUKE PALMER. Oct 15 20 HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. BRIDGMAN 5BRLS & PARTRIDGE have just received their winter stock of hardware and cutlery, consisting in part of Tablo and pocket cutlery, razors and straps framing chisels, plane irons, setts firmer, chisels and gouges, turning chisels and gouges, axes, broad axes, steelyards, weighing from 50 to 350 pounds, brier scythes, straw cuttcrs, drawing knives, coffee mills, horse, wool and cotton cards, curry combs, brass kettles, fry pans, tea kettles, brittania tea pots and setts, castors, Norfolk bright and knob latches, butts, screws, sprigs, shoe nails, and tacks, log chains, files and rasps, trace chains, percussion and flint gun locks, door, pad, chest, till and trunk locks, and numerous other articles rendering their assortment very full. oct 29 Sugar, 9 baskets champaigne wine, 1 doz. lemon syrup, 8 boxes [Raisins M. Brand,] 4 sacks coffee, I barrel allspice, Best Spanish cigars, for sale by LUKE PALMEtt. Oct 17 2if GUN SHOP. LW. BABBITT thankful for past favors, takes this method to inform his old cus tomers, and the public generally, that he still continues the business of Gu.v MAKIM and re pairing, at the old Stand in the rear of the Jew ellers Shop, where he will be pleased to wait upon all who may favor him witli their custom. Percussion Powder and aps kept constant ly on hand and for sale, as cheap as they can be purchased here or elsewhere. Burlington Nov 11 1839-tf PROVISIONS, &c. PICKLED Pork, Bacon, corned Beef, Lard, choice table Butter, Flour and Corn Meal, for cash, by H. W. MOORE & Oo. Dec 12 RECEIVED & per S. B. Ag'nea bn consign ment, 100 bushels of dried Apples, tor salo ciieap for cltsli by nov26*-20 David & Kitchen. FRUIT TREES. THE Proprietors of" the Cedar Grove Bo tanic Garden and Nurscrv, near Salem in Henry county, Iowa Territory, have com menced "their Botanic Garden and Nursery business where they have on hand about thirt v-six thousand Apple trees, a considerable number of which will be ready for transplant ing this fall or ensuing spring. The trees will be large and fine, in point of size and Tisfor not often equalled. One great advantage the trees of cur nursery will have over those com ing from the eastern Slates, is, their being growed upon the prairie, where they are ex pored to the winds, which will tend admira bly to acclimatize them to more northern coun tries, and trees thus hardened by nature, will be found to succecd best in our southern States. Their collcction of apples consists of above forty varieties (ripening in succession throughout the year) judiciously selected from abovr five hundred kinds, of the eastern se lections. Some of their varieties are new and recently from Princcs' nurseries Long Island New York. Each tree will he numbered ac cording to the catalogue which will be fur nished with each lot of trees, and the trees of each kind tied in separate bunches so that there may be no mistakes. The proprietors do not pretend to perfect infallibility in re gard to the identity of the different kinds but in regard to this they are very particu lar as they consider the responsibility ?reat. Orders from a distance with cash accompa nying, will rercivc us prompt attention as though the purchasers were present, and where persons aro not acquainted with the 'qualitv of the different kinds of fruit, they 'arc recommended to state in their orders the 1 number of trees wanted, and leave the se jlecting to the proprietors who will endeavor to render justice to all their customers, i Parcels of one thousand trees* or upwards, lean be delivered at Fort Madison or Burling* ton, or at any other place within twenty-live miles of the nursery, at first cost. Explanatory Note. Those marked thus (L) denote such kinds as can be supplied the ensuing fall or spring. Those-marked thus (S) denote such kipds a:s arc not sufficiently increased to furnish ex i tensive parcels. Those marked thus (Z) none in market. Pears (S. Princes1 St gemain, psund pear, orange burgamot, fall butter, mean's large pear, early butter, summer beauty of Prince, Ijell pear, seakle, crosane burgamot, grey but ter, carlv kutharinc, red burgamot, andoranjre D. Hiver. Grape Vines. Isabella (L), catawba (Z). N. B.—The above named grapes are highly recommended for table use and for wine, they will also stand the severities of the winters in this latitude without injury. Peaches (S). Plums (Z). Cherries 'VS). May duke, early May, black marilla. Red currants (S). Rasp-berries. Red (L), yellow (S) English hedge thorn (S). Garden Herbs [S],—Garden sage, balm, rue, double tansy, hissop, cammomile, horse radish, peppermint, English pennyroyal, conifrcy. i^e. Roses —Large double red, large single red, dwarf double red. Corn.—Sweet or sugar corn for boiling (S). Early Tuscarrora, fine for boiling (S Chinese tree corn, and some other varieties CATALOGUE OF APPLES. No. Names Time of ripening. 1 Yellow june, ripening in 7 months, sweet une in do do Carolina june in do do princcs harvest in do do princes junating in do do Carolina sweet, ripening in 7 &. 8 months red streak summer queen summer pearmain glass apple red stripe 12 maidens blush, ripening in 8 &. 9 months horse apple in do do codling in do do ulino apple in do do fall buty, ripenining in 9 & 10 months ramb in do do pound pippin in do do white sweet apple in do do vandevcrc pippin from 11 to 1st month monstrous pippin from 11 to 2d month bollfiower winter black do harrison do roinan stem do smiths cider do winter pearmain do red winesap do rhodeisland greening do golden russet do michacl henry pippin do newtown spitsonburg do newton pippin do 34 white winter pearmain do j35 queen apple do 36 hews' crab [for cider] do 137 nc-verfail do 138 white pippin do 39 pcnocl: do 40 aunts apple do 41 american pippin do 42 red balwding do 43 red sweet pippin do 44 Carolina apple do 45 green everlasting. do The time of ripening is calculated for the 40th degree of latitude but will vary with different filiations, or changes of seasons. All persons wishing to purchase and those who feel an interest in the nursery business, and in the prosperity of the concern in the west, aro respectfully invited to visit and in spect our establishment. HENDERSON LEWELLING & BROTHERS. Oct. 1 18 SALE OF LOTS. IN THE TOWN OF BURLINGTON [I. T.] IN accordance with the provisions of the act of Congress approved March 3d, 1837, the under mentioned town Lots in the town of Burlington Iowa Territory, will bo exposed to Public Sale to the highest bidder, commencing on Monday the 1st day of February, 1841, and continuing until they am sold, to wit: Lots No. 323, 324, 325, 358, 630, 632 a, G36 b, 763, 933 e, 944 f, 944 e, and 979 c, and to which no certificates of pre-emption were granted by the Commissioners appointed un der said act. Also, the following Lots, the certificates of pre-emption to which were granted and issued illegally by the Commissioners above referred to, and in conscquencc the claims of persons to them have been rejected by us provided the claimants shall, by themselves, or their agents duly authorized, file in this officc, pre vious to the day of sale, a relinquishment of all claims to pre-emption, or all parties in each contested claim shall file a similar relin quishment, to wit: [Lots and parts of Lots from No. 1, to 996, including all up to that number not other wise specified in this advertisement.] Also the following Lots the claimants hav ing forfeited their right to pre-emption by non-entry to wit: Lots No. 3S0, 434, 511, 617, 764, 665, 740, 741, 765, 812, and 813 A. C. DODGE, Register.1 V. P. VAN ANTWERP, Receiver. Land Office at Bnrlington, I. T. •, Oct 6th, 1840. "N." B.— The 44 44 Bloomington Herald" and Iowa Sun" will please insert this adver tisement until day of Sale and forward their bills to the Land Office at Burlington. SALT! SALT! SALT! "fl Bbls Kanawha SALT, for Sale by IUU lf Dec. 31. ON CHARLES NE ALLEY. 1 LOST Thursday evening last, between this place and Major Jeremiah'Smith's, one Black Silk Cape, one fine Muslin Collar, [white] aud one Breast Pin, all pinned or rolled in a news-paper. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the abovp articles at the store of Webber and Remey. Dec. 31 W. B. REMEY. NOTICE. F11RE Subscriber is authorized to sell the A following described tracts of land, on the most advantageous terms to purchasers. .i Van Buren county, W 1-2 nw 1-4 sec 11 67 17 E 1-2 no 1-4 see 10 67 10 Se 1-4 sec 1, 67 JO. Sty 1-4 sec 1, 67 10. Ne ]-4 sec 1, 67 10. Se 1-4 sec 10, 67 10. Ne 1-4 sec 15, 69 9. N() 1-4 sec 3, 69 9. Se 1 -4 sec 30, 70 9. Sw 1-4 sec 7, 69 8. Ne 1-4 sec 22, 69 3. E 1-2 ne 1-4 see 20, 69 8. E 1-2 se 1-4 see 9, 69 8. Sw 1-4 see 15, 69 8 W 1-2 so 1-4 sec 36, 70 8 Sw 1-4 sec 31, 71 9 Henry county, W 1-2 se 1-4 sec 19, 70 7 Dcs Moines county, W 1-2 nc 1-4 sec 36, 69 3 Musquitine county, W 1-2 sw 1-4 sec 9, 77 3 E 1-2 se 1-4 sec 7, 77 3 Nw 1-4 sec 17, 77 3 W 1-2 sw 1-4 sec 8, 77 3 W 1-2 sw 1-4 sec 29, 77 3 Se 1-4 sec 15, 77 3 Nw 1-4 sec 18,"t 77 1 Sw 1-4 sec 18, 77 1 VV 1-2 sw 1-4 sec 14, 77 1 W 1-2 sec 15, 77 2 Louisa county, E 1-2 se 1-4 sec 25, t. 73 4 W 1-2 ne 1-4. sec 9, 73 4 Ew 1-4 sec 1, 73 4 E 1-2 sw 1-4 sec II, t73r4 W 1-2 sw 1-4 sec 3,173 4 "W 1-2 s 1-4 sec 3, 73 4 The above arc select lands, eligibly situated, and somewhat improved. For terms apply to the undersigned agent of the owner, Lewis Benedict, Esq. who has a de seription of each tract. 20 in do in dt in do in do in do do do do do do be delivered after th. middle of Septem ber, for which the market pnee will be paid by II W. MOORE CO. N. B.—No cattle wanlsd that weigh less than 700 pounds. sept 3 GEORGE BIACKHAHN, TAILOR, RESPECTFULLYits JUShhds HAVE 1 JefT'erson county, Lee county, W 1-2 se 1-4 sec 22, 69 5' W 1-2 nc 1-i see 10, 68 6 W 1-2 sw 1-4 sec 10, 68 6 W 1-2 se 1-4 sec 26, 69 4 E 1-2 nw 1-4 sec 26, 69 4 Nw 1-4 sec 36, 68 0 Sw 1-4 sec 36, 68 6 W 1-2 se 1-4 sec 36, 69 4 W 1-2 se 1-4 sec 3, 69 5 JAS. W. GRIMES, Agent, £c. May 6th, 1840.—19-tf MOLASSES, NAILS, OIL, $c. DLLS and 7 Tcirces Molasses, jUXJr 35 ke rs Boston nails, 70 galls, superior winter strained oil.'j 1 cask saleratus, 1 do salt petrc. Just received and for sale low for cash, cat tle or hogs, by H. W. MOORE, CO. Sept 24 18 NOTICE. O ALL those that aro indebted to J. P. Eddy &. Co., by Note or book account, arc requested to call and settle, as we have closed our store and wish to remove our es tablishment from this placo We are thank ful for past favors. The books may be found at the National Hotel. J. P. EDDY & CO. Sept £24—tf 18 BOOTS AND BONNETS. DOZ. Palm leaf hoods and bonnets, for sale bv BR IDC MAN Se PARTRIDGE. oct 29 KENAWHA SALT. (3J A bbls. of Kcnawha Salt, just received s&'S: U (on Consignment) and for sale by june 18—3 £. A. HUDSON. OREGON HOTEL. BY E O E XV I KERF, he will be happy to receive his friends and the public generallj', and will give them as good fare asthecoun try will afford- Burlington, Nov. 14 1839. PORK WANTED. W. MOORE, ifc Co., wish to contract for 200 or 300 large HOGS to be deliv ered at Burlington, on or before the first day of October next, for which the highest cash price will be paid. 500 BEEF CATTLE wanted, TO informs the citizens of Burlington and vicinity that he has taken tbe room lately occupied as a grocery on the south-cast corncr of Washington and Wa ter streets, and under the llawkeyc printing office, where lie will thankfully receive the or ders of those who may be pleased to patronize him. He lias on hand a variety of Cloths, Cas simcres, Vcstings, Stocks, Collars, &c. &c. &c. which he will dispose of on the most reasona ble terms. Ho will shortly reccivc, and he in tends constantly kcepinir on hand, a large as sortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING. The public arc respectfully solicited to give him a call and lie hopes, by attention to busi ness and a disposition to please, to merit their support sept 17—2m GROCERIES—GROCERIES! I' received from New Orleans, 2 prime Sugar 2 bbls Loaf do 10 sacks prime green coffee 5 boxes sperm candles 6 boxes Imperial and Y. H. Teas* 1 tiercc Rice 3 bbls Mackcrel No.l Which will be sold low for cash, cattle or hogs. H. W. MOORE & CO. sept 3 Mill stones. On con- |jjACCOON Burr Mill Stones ignment, and for sale by nor 12*84 Bridgman & Partridge. SCHOOL. Tthe HE undersigned very respectfully informs public generally, that he lias open ed a School in the building lately occupied as a Council-room (the basement story of the Methodist Church,) in which male and female youth will be radically taught Orthography, Reading, Penmanship, Geography, English Grammar, Rhetoric, Composition, Ancient and Modern History, Book-Keeping, Practical and Rational Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, the application of the principles of Algebra, to Geometry, Folding and endorsing letters and Critiques. Whatever appertains to the benefit of pupils, will have the strictest attention paid to it, and all those who may be plcassd to patronize the school, may rest assured of having ample justice done to their children. The terms &c. application to be made to Samuel M. Clendenin. N. B.—School to commence on Friday the 20th of November, 1840. v 25 Removal. WM. L. HASBROUCK has removed his Drug store to the corner of Main and Columbia streets, near the Land Office, where persons wishing good and pure mcdicines will 6c sure to find them cheap for cash. nov26 i 26 for Pork or Floa'r^, THEStores Subscriber has on hand a few Cook ing and Franklin Stoves, which he will sell for PORK or FLOUR. Those wishing to make the exchange, will please call at an early day, as tho assortment is limited. declO-28 Charles Nealley. 3j xi im&oi '. /F.RO-V'T s IO N" W A HE-HOUSE. HENRY E A S The above mentioned improvements having been made, the Subscriber trusts from an ex perience of many years in the business, in Wheel ing ,Va. that he will be able to establish a charac ter and reputation for the Burlington House, which cannot be surpassed above St Louis. The LARDER will at all times be abun dantly supplied with all the delicacies which the season and market can afford, and no exer tions will be omitted which can contribute to please the palates the most fastidious. The STABLES are commodious and se cure, and will always be attended by trusty hostlers. 03" Members of the Legislature, and others visiting the seat of government, will be accoifl modatcd with boarding at reasonable rates. Ho docs not resort to certificates to prove wonderful cures effected by the medicine, but is willing»to have it stand on its own merits having used it in a very sickly scction of the West, with succcss in every case where the di rections were adhered to. Each package is accompanied with a box of Aperient pills, with directions for taking the same. Directions for taking the YVahoo pills after the Aperient pills have operated. For Adults: after the fovcr abates, take one pill every hour until the time for the next chill arrives, when if you feel it returning take a double dose, and then discontinue the use of them until tho fe ver again subsides when take them again as a bove until the disease is checked, gradually re ducing the dose next day to 5 pills, then 4, then 2, then 1 which continue for ten davs or two weeks until the disease, is conquered. Chil dren—from 5 to 10 years old may take one ev ery two hours and from 1 to 5 years, one every 3 hours, gradually reducing the dose as above. To prevent imposition, the public arc notifi ed that all authorized Agents arc furnished with certificates sigened by us. Please notice i also each wrapper hears our signature. For sale by the proprietors at their wholesale and retail Drug and Chemical Store, BURLINGTON, IOWA. •PRICE—$1 50 per BOK. w. rioiforco. fitted up the Ware-House in the rear df their Store for a MAR KET, and keep a full supply of A N A. II. MILLER. Burlington, June 1, 1840. 1 MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. (FORMERLY THE WISCONSIN HOTEL.) Corner of Columbia and Alain streets. THE subscribers having leased the above named establishment for a term of years, and the buiSdings having undergone a thorough repair, arc now enabled to accommodate the traveling community in a style that will not fail to please those who may favor them with a call. The BAR and CELLARS have received the proprietors' spccial attention. These have been provided with the best Liquors and choic est Wines of every description. D. T. B. HAMMERS. Burlington, I. T. April 1st. 1840. 6m-44 H. W. MOORE & CO. AVE received in addition to their former stock a lot of Superior BOOTS AND SHOES— Also DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, among which aro Sheetings, (a heavy article) Flannels, (various colors) Cambrics Calicoes Blankets Broadcloths Satinets Cassimcrcs Bed Ticking Cotton Cheek Cotton Yarn Merinos Merino under Shirts Linen Cotton and woollen socks On hand as usual a supply of first rate Gro ceries all of whiah will be sold very low for cash. [Oct. 24 1839 HASBllOUCK'S COMPOUND KX Tit ACT OF A certain cure for FFVER and AGUE, by eradiating the cause of the disease. HAY ING after a series of experiments and much care devoted to the preparation of a medicine of sufiicicnkcnergy to cure this dis tressing complaint and not prove injurious to the constitution, the proprietor has succeeded The proprietor has submitted the substances forming these pills to a careful chemical exam ination, and has possessed himself of thcartof curing this disease by SIMPLE HERBS with out resorting to Arsenic, Mcrcurj', or any oth er Mineral substance. W. L. HASBROUCK. March. 19, 1840. 42 nr u ou- i ject HAMPTON 'BOAKDING SCHOOL. Hampton, Rock Island county, Illinois'. Samuel L. Lambcrson, A. M. Principal. IIE Winter term of this School will com incnce on the 2nd day of November. For terms, &c. reference may be had to the Editor of the Hawkeyc, or to the Prin cipal at JHampton, Rock-Isiand Co., Illinois. Oct.* 22-6 w 21 HATS AND CAPS.l j^JOLESKIN, Russia ilussiu t_- -t •+-V '. Brush & Roram B'ack and drab^ts Supyr seal, nutra, muskrat, plush, hair, seal and selette, Caps, just received by BRIDGMAN & PARTRIDGE. oct 23.: .p. BRIDGMAN & PARTRIDGE have'just received by S'.'TB. Chippewa and Mermaid, 2 bales buffa io robes, flannels, crash, Selecia, buckskin mittens 2 bales cottcn batting, wrapping paper Powder, xhailder. Also, 22 doz. int tumblers, 25 boxes glass, 8x 10, 10 12, which we will sell low for cash. novl2 rj^HE Subscribers have just received a full I assortment of women's kip brogans, blue and mixt pantaloons, cane seat, YY'indsor and canc-scat rocking chairs, white-wash brushes. Also, a full assortment of Queenswarc which We will sell low for cash. nov!2 Bridgman & Partridge. WANTED 500 Dry Hides immediately, Also, deer skins, furs, and beeswax, which wc will take in payment of accounts or for goods. novl2 Bridgraan & Partridge. & v- 'S i V E E A E S which they'are selling at low prices. PUBLIC HOISES BOATS will be supplied with every eatable that can be had in this country 0^?~N,.B. Beef Cattle, Sheep. Calves, Hogs, Poultry, and also all kiuds of Vegetables Wanted, for which the market price will be paid. BURLINGTON IIOUSE. THE Subscriber having leased the above named Hotel for a term of years, takes this opportunity to inform the public that it is NOW OPEN for their reception. The Burlington House has lately undergone thorough repairs and cleansing, many new and commodious alterations have been made, to gether with an addition of several new rooms. It has also been newly furnished in part. In short no pains or expense has bt cn spared either by the owner or subscriber to fit it up in ele gant stile, and to make it one of the^nost .de sirable Hotels in the western country. How far they have suececded in the attempt they are willing for the public to judge. ''.l v A !,* A II. W. MOORE & CO. Burlington, April 30. Middle Store, brick block. if i STEAM NEW GOODS. BRIDGMAN & PARTRIDGE havo receiv ed their stock of Winter Dry Goods— Consisting of Broad cloths—variety of colors Cass i meres do do Satinets o o Beaver & pilot cloths variety of colors Mackinaw bed and saddle blankets Lindsoys, plain, plaid and striped Log cabin linseys Kentucky and Keokuck jeans Hard times very chcap Easy times do 'Moleskins and bcavcrteens White and col'd woollen flannel White and col'd cotton do Tickings and brown drillingB v Strip'd shirtings, apron checks American & Eng. calicoes, blue & colors Mourning prints Scotch tV English ginghams 0-4 and 3-4 merinos, all colors Highland ^-"merino shawls Furniture prints, silk piece goods Mouslin de Laiucs Silk and cotton pocket bdkfs Silk and cotton velvet Black and col'd Hewing silk and twist Silk coat cord, silk braids Linen hrlkfs, plain and hem stitch Linen lawn, linen cambric, Irish linen Brown and back linen Brown and white linen table covers Book, Swiss and mull muslin White «$• col'd cambrics, padding, canvass Black lasting, shepherd's plaid Black Italian and Barcelona cravats Plaid madrass do Prussian hdkfs, worsted and cotton hosiery Leather, kid and woollen gloves Buck and woollen mittens White and col'd skein, and spool thread Black and col'd patent linen do Pins, needles, tapes, silver thimbles Gum elastic, cotton &. worsted suspenders Satin Y'alencia and toilenot vesting, &.C. Ail of which will be sold as chcap as they can be found in the city. oct 29 1 S"T0VE S,TIN, COPPER. AND SHEET IRON WARE. At St Louis Prices. THE snbvcribcr respectfully informs his friends and the. public generally, that he has commenced manufacturing at his stand on Jefferson street, in the city oi" Burlington,and will keep constantly on hand the various arti cles in his branch of trade, such as House Pipe, Guttering, assortment Ware, ST1LL/.3, Was/i Kettles, Stew Kettles, Tea Kettles, Store Pipe, §c. He has also just received a large lot of Cook, Franklin, Box, Seven and Ten Plate Stoves. PREMIUM STOVES—.lust received ai above, a lot of the celebrated New-York pre mium Stoves, which he will sell wholesale and retail at St. Louis prices. S. A. HUDSON. April 30,1840. ly—48 Groceries, Sec. J~"~UST received by S. B. Chippewa, and for sale low for cash by the subscribers, 40 sacks enffee, 12 hhds. sugar, 20 boxes and 10 half chests Gunpowder imperial and Y. teas, Loaf sugar, saleratus, indigo, pepper and spice, *25 kegs of Boston nails, 1 cask winter sperm oil. nov!2 Bridgman fc Partridge. 'fist ray Marc, TAKEN* up by John Bcdwell of Louisa Co., Iowa Territory, and posted before T. G. Clark, Justice of the Peace, of Fredonia, Oct. 18, 1S40. Description as follows, to wit: A Gray Marc, with no other marks than saddle marks, was shod before, and supposed to be four or five years old. Appraised to thirty-three dollars by Enoch K. Maxon, James Bcdwell and Curtis Knight. A draught from my Estray book: John Gilliland, Clk. to Co. Corns. Board. novl2-3tpd 24 Important. AT an adjourned meeting of those interest ed in the city of Burlington: On motion of David Rorer Esq., the following resolutions were re ad und adopted. Resolved, That in the opinion of this meet ing it is the interest of the owners of town lots in Burlington to relinquish their pre-emp tions, and allow their lots to be put up at pub lic sale. Resolved, That it is but equitable and just, that the present recognized owners of lots according to the action heretofore on the sub ject shall have the privilege of bidding off their lots at the public sale Resolved, That for the purpose of effecting such a result, this meeting do now proceed to the nppointmcn't of a committee of Arbitra tion of five, three of whom shall be a quorum to pass upon the rights of those desiring to register their lots, whose decision on the sub wc Of Oak Shingles warranted "Leans to be a good articlc, for sale by LUKE PALMER. 18 Sept 24 will carry into effect by all legal means, Resolved, That this meeting also appoint a Register, bidder and assistant bidder for said Town. That it shall be the duty of the Register to furnish the bidder, under the di rection of said committee with a fair list of the persons allowed to bid for lots, with the number of their rcspcctive lots annexed to their reepective names. And that it shall be the duty of said bidder to attend the sales arid bid off the said lots in the names of their respective owners. Resolved, That all those whose names are registered as owners of lots, shall be con sidered as pledged individually, and collect ively to assist the said bidder in the discharge of his duties. On motion—Messrs. Levi Hager, Jesse B. Webber, Geo. YV. Kelley, Henry Moore, and Geo. II. Bceler, were unanimously chosen a Committee of Arbitration. On motion of Jus. Y\\ Grimes Esq., David Rorer, was appointed! Register, David Hen dershott, Bidder,.and N. Chace assistant Bid der. Resolved, That the publishers of the Gazel'e and Hawheve, papers published in this placc, be requested to publish the proceedings of this meeting in their respective papers,gmtili the 21st of January, A. 1841. On motion—The meeting adjourned.^ v Attest, TV'" GEO. H. BEELER, Char'a, I H- B* HF.NPEBSUOTT, Sec'ry. .t riovl9~9t~25 f.i s. »'i is *r) Notice* LETTERS of Administra*ti6n *re obtained on the estate of Dr R. S. Searl, deceased, late of Louisa Co., those indebted will please call and settle immediately, those having claims thereon, will present them as soon as possible, as the estate is supposed insolvent. James Guest, William Kennedy. iiovl2-8tpd 24 *s v.'w s 'ivtrj *. ''suSi in» or JATNES EXPECTOnSr It decidedly superior to any other faJj hination of medicine, for CoughV* Consumption, Asthma, Croup, Pleurisy, Inflammation of \ht Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathine Cough, and all diseases of the £',,, Organs. THIS Affections and Nervous Diteatts. .f!-' medccinc is highly and iustlv mended, by numerous and re,Pec\/,e dividuals, who have found relief from Many wtio have been laboring under nr coughs and pains in the breast, and hiv supposed by themselves and their fa. J** advanced in consumption, havo been restored to perfect health by the W valuable Expectorant. From the Philadelphia Saturday Cau VALUABLE MEDICINE.—WC do not recommend one good medicine at the of another, but wc cannot forbear the valuable properties possessed by the "p" minative Balsam," and tho Erwa prepared by Dr Jayno, of South Third T1" in this city. We have forborne to m, dence until after a thorough trial in n. 'Y family. They arc invaluable in a famil,*5 children. 'v «t JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE Rjir gised. On trial of them in my own fjraj|t and some of them personally, I have nit-i than realized their favorable anticipation They are what they profess to be—notou^ nostrums—but skilfully prcpired antidote?li* some of the most afflictive of human discu* 1 know that they are highly esteemed, uj frequently prescribed, by some of tho®*! respectable of the regular practitioner o' medicine in this city and elsewhere, and Ido not hesitate to commend them as a valnilli addition to our materia mcdica, and a afc as well as eminently useful remedy for tht diseased." RUFUS BABCOCK, Jr.D.D." Philadelphia, 7th June, 1838. WORMS! The above valuable medicines aro io!j wholesale and retail at the Proprieloriprita by JAYNE &. PANCOA3T, General Agents fe the Mississippi Yralley, No. 138 Maine«t:cei, Saint Louis. They arc for Sale alio, by ATTENTION! BALD HEMS, Of all the remedies ever devised for thj preservation and restoration of tho Hair, nons has been found equal to JAYNES HAIR TOSIC. Indeed, it ha« proved itself to bo infalihle is preventing the hair from falling off and will. positively by a faithful application, in ninelrn cases out of every twenty, bring out a net and beautiful head of hair. There is therefore, now, NO EXCISE FOR A BALD HKAD. From the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Pit, of Sept. 7th, 18:19. HAIR TONIC.—We call the attention t' those afilictcd with premature baldness, ti the cscellcnt "Hair Tonic" prepared by Dr Jayne of this city. Having used it ourselves, we can speak of its virtues ly experience, and wo unhesitatingly pronounce it an invaluable remedy to prevent the falling off of the hair, and to restore it from a dead, to a fins, healthy appearance. YVe can also speak from personal knowledge of the cases of twoorthrw friends who wore predisposed to baldness, who by the use of Javnc's Hair Tonic, have not luxuriant hair. We have no disposition to puff, indiscriminately all kinds of remedies for all diseases which flesh is heir to, but when we have tested the virtuo of an article, we are free to say it is good. For Sale wholesale and retail at th*Pn prietors prices, by JAYNE & PANCOAST, .Y» 138 Maitio street, St Louis. Sold also by. BURLING rhe HaV once a year, 1 A Is a certain, safe and effectual remedy Dysentery Diarrha-a, or Loosenett ChJZ Morbus, Summer Complaint, cholic, Hystcrm cramp, Nervous Paintings, CHOLERA INFANTUM or SUMMER coy PLAINT and in all the above diseasu really acts like a charm. All persons are requested to try it, for with out exception, it is one of the most viluvi medicines ever yet discovered. Hundred) nay thousands, of certificates h&vo heen re ceived from Physicians, Clergymen, and faa: lies of the first respectability, bearing strongest testimony in its favor, too numtroa to publish. From the Rev. Dr. Bahcock, late Prttidtm if ..rill su°J£ „f went Jelay- SAM. air Cosntl KEN I" P: iDVBR the rati llld c?i for 0JJ 111 This is one of the most efficient, ple»#M and safe compositions ever offered to tho lie for the cure of the various dcrangcmel of the STOMACH and BOWELS, and the onlyJr.' 4-4 & ^-4 brown muslins, bleached muslins clc worthy of the least confidence for tur.. Wateroille College, Maine. From intimate personal acquaintance will Dr. D. Jayne, a regular student of the Jfcdj. cal University of Pennsylvania, and an pcrienced, successful practitioner of mcdicise I was prepared to appreciate the numerous to! timonial8 in favor of his different medical are parafions, much moro highly then the majority of those which arc extensively H. YV. MOORE, & CO., Burlington. Oct 22 21 THE MISSOURI A liber fflisad AND Persons wishing for information respecting the origin and genuineness of the stock, respectfully referred to Col. J. O'FallonwJ Capt. J. Bissel. Trees packed so that they can be «ti11* any part of tho West xVith perfect oafctyi and delivered in St. Louis free of charge. Persons ordering Trees and wishing W to select the varieties, will please mention ths proportion of early and late fruit wanted Orders, with a remittance, will meet immediate attention, if addressed to TRUNKS, BOOTS St SHOES' -i orfif Keosn j. Wt Dentis e4 ind post jrtii-b' of per book Grocers. M- o. BU Will WORMS!! WORMS!Iu To remove these troublesome anddw. gerous inhabitants of the Stomach and Boiveli, which so often impair the health and dcsiroT tho lives of Children, use JAYJNE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE, a certain and safe preparation for the removal of the various kinds of Worm Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Want of Appetite! Infantile Fever and Ague, and Debility of the* Stomach and Bowels and Organs of Digestion. Attor Attor! AVE !l Jefferson promptly ciminiiti it the of Iowa. H. W. MOORE, & Co. Burlington, AttO ATTOH Jan 2' "LA? RESI3C1 the adja Office W. Bull Jan 2! Attoi mu Pr riforj cupio «C. ILLINOIS NUR SERY, is situated north of St Louii* the Bellefontaine Road, one mile from the Big Mound, where FRUIT TREES of all «orU, suitable for this clime, are cultivated in a tensive varieties. Also Ornamental Trees Flowering Shrubs Hardy, Perennial Flower ing Plants Hardy and Green house Bosses a few splendid varieties of the Chineec Pconeji, the prices the same as tho N. York Nursirj. Couna lie is lington Liur.li Attc Attori W Van Bi citine tory. ARMSTRONG &. WILSON, North St. Louii. Oct 22-1m St. Louis Rep. $3,00 BOOTS, SHOES, $c. OOTS, Shoes, and Brogans, fine coarse, at CHARLES NEAIXIT»• LINSEED Offic 'treets Starr. B. T. I OIL, FOR SALE LOW, BV W. H. Moots fcCfr jy 2 Hail" trunks assorted sil«:' cases men's and boy's thick b«® and shoes men's and women's fur lined o1* casins gaiter boots kid slipps and ah0*1 misses and childrens shoes, for sale by BRIDGMAN & PARTRIDGE oct 2S BOOTS. BRIDQHAHlotCALF PARTRIDGE, have on B*"®. small of men's calf boots, fr® they will sell at cost to close the lot. Also, men's calf shoes and kid pumps. oct 29 BRIDQMAN & PARTRIDGE have ed Broad blue black poult de soir W count Muse Unee fitorj i SILK GOODS, SLC. I'J,. Off louth Jul 1 .Do blue gro de Rhine Blk and blue blk gro de Swiss i Rich satin stripe fig'd gro de nap Blue blk Hellimcnne a splendid artiC" Fig'd dress satins black sincheW Light rnousseline de laines mourn"5! Blk and blue black silk velvet V Blk merino hdkfs printed challjJB Green berrage veils V Blk fillet veils a new article Blk serge worsted edging hdkfs twist thread and bobbins sdging Won »ill «haj tf oi h. sub ta #1