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DES MOINES COUNTY. IOWA.
TERMS:
^uin©
UAWK-BYE &, PATRIOT
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!*B *eck at THREE DOLLARS per
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J«*r' .compliance with the above terms
cach delinquent to an extra charge
five cents, for every three months
^t»«»y*n
*Uy,»»rv produce, Fire Wood, &c.,ta
*•"irment of subscription.
'snTlSEMENTS will bo inserted at
I-
0|one
dollar per square, for the first
fiftv cents for each subsequent insertion
beral deduction will be made to all those
^advertise by the year-
Business Directory.
OOK. M. CREAMER.
/sflOEk CREAMER, wholesale Grocers,
IT«d dealers in Stoves, Castings, Irons,
VjRljgs, &c. Also, Forwarding and Re
aring Commission Merchants. Burlington,
territory.
april 22-47
Tu FAYERWEATHER,
TTORNEY &
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
BURLINGTON IOWA.
A. DUNSMORIS,
FORWARDING and Commission Mer
Ffbant, Bloomington. low*.
Refferencet.
1 Took —Burlington, Ioum.
& E. Walsh & Co., H. N. Davis &. Co.
.j ScmDle,—St Louis*
inhft Davis, Hampton, Smith & Co.,
CllrkV Thaw, J. Sf W. Kelly, and George
To'l2ea7?'cofi"Tc. S. Lind, Thayer,
j^n&M'Kee,—Philadelphia.
April 8
GRIMES & STARR.
Tames W. Grimes and Henry W.
«arr. have associated themselves for the
liice of the law, under the above style,
JS will attend to professional business the
Ififfertnt counties, and also in the supreme
Srtof the Territory. Particular attention
I till b« paid
to
claims for lands in the half-
•^mc...»d=l»»W.3w
GR[MES
HENRY w. STARR.
Burlington, Jan. 28,1841. [32]
Mr Starr hereby notifies the public that he
heretofore been known as W. Henry Starr,
ud that to avoid further confusion ith the
Imsecuting attorney of the first iudl£!al
I trict, whose name is the same with himself,
fie will, iu future, be known as Henry W.
I Starr.
t. C.
3AYLES5
Si
SON,
Ittaeral Comm-ssion and Forwarding
Merchants,
Louisville Ay.
May 7.
49
1 SLAUGHTER. GEO. KR1ECHBAUM.
(LAUGHTER St KRIECUBAUA1,
Wholesale at Retail Grocers.
WAPELX.0, T. U
Jl&y 27. *9
DOCT. J. M. ROBERTSON,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DEALER IN
Drugs, Paints, Oils, School Bfioks Sta
tionary, $c- "?fc-
BURLINGTON IOWA TERRITORY.
BRIDGMAN & PARTRIDGE,
Vkolesale, Retail, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants,
BRICK BLOCK,
BURLINGTON, IOWA
TEitRlTORY.
J. BRIDGMAN &^0.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
BLOOMINGTON, IOWA.
April 14th, 1840. 46

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H. W. MOORE & CO.
forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Middle store of the brick block,
BURLINGTON, I. T.
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LEVER,
W B. A general supply of Boat and.
Family Stores, Groceries, fyc. ivith a
*AT MARKET AND ICE HOUSE ATTACHED.'
IT Steam boats supplied goods received
^delivered
AT ALL HOURS.and
'INTO RICH. LEWIS R. REEVES.
RICH & REEVES,
Attorneys at c"
FORTLaw,
MADISON, IOWA?"
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put in
cd by
WILLIAM II. STARR,
attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Solicitor in Chancery,
removed his Office into Bradslreet's Boil
ding on Main Street.
OFFICI ADJOINING THE HAWKKVE OFFICE.—
A N I E I E
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FORT MADISON, I
T.
\kf ILL attend to professional business, in
the Counties of Lcc, Van Buren, Des
•"jilts. Henrv, Jefferson and Muscatine
JJUctas GENERAL AGENT for the pur
•"Jand sale of Real Estate, &c. in the coun
tlof Lee.
Jttaary 16,1840 33-ly
GEORGE G. WRIGHT,
Attorney at Law,
"•ikuqua, Van Buren county, I. T.
DAVID
&
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of the
mhap"
ly»U»
ad ei
fullest
me'aW"
of the
?,
lU|t
KITCHEN,
Com mission and General For
warding Merchants.
Burlington, I. T.
GRIMES St ROBB,
and Counsellors at Law
'ivp ^ooBseiiurii at ua»
^AvE formed a copartnership for the prac
H_tice of law in the counties of Henry,
J**®,
and
Washington where they will
attend to all professional business
•L. I. N. LEWIS,
and Counsellor at Law*
eI"
leased
r-bven
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simp'®
ira»
KEOSAUQUA,
Van Buren Co., I. T.
h. W. BABBITT,
c.k and Gnnsmit^it
£ia B0HL1KGTOS I. T.
^«1 44
ir'- W
HAWKEIE
BENJAMIN
Attorneys
is published
RUSH MARTIN, Attorney
and Counsellor at Law, Burlington, Iowa
attend to professional business in fche
different counties in the Territory.
may 13-ly 50
to. S. BROWNING. N. HUN'OBR.
BROWNING! & /MUNGER,
at Law, wUl practice regularly
in the District Court of Henry County,
I. T. Business entrusted to their care will be
left with Mr Munger, in Mount Pleasant,
may 6, 1841. 49
W. W. CHAPMAN
Attorney and Counsellor at Law*
Burlington, Iowa.
M. D.
BROWNING. II. B. BOUTON.
BROWNING & BOUTON,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice regularly in the county
of Deo Moines, I. T.
Office in Burlington.
WM. H. WALLACE,
Attorney and Connsellor at Law,
Mount Pleasant, tow a.
Feb. 18, 1841. 38
WILLIAM R. RANKIN,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
BLOOMINOTOX, IOWA,
Will Practice in the several Courts in the Ter
ritory. ICpOtfice in the house formerly oc
cupied as the Po: Ollice. [Dec 12-28
J. D. LEARNED,
Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in
Chancery.
He is to be found at his rooms, at the Bur
lington House, Iowa Territory.
Burlington, June 27, 1839.
C. J. LEARNED,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law*
Prairie du Chien, W. T.
H. T. RF.ID. EO.JOHNSTON.
REID & JOHNSTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
FORT MAD IS ON, 10 WA.
A W N O I E
D. RORER,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
BURLINGTON, I. T.
WILL
attend the Supreme Court of the
Territory and the District Courts of the
counties of Lee, Van Buren, Henry, Louisa,
Muscatine,Scott and Des Moines,and to thec/e
fence of criminal cases in any part of the Ter
ritory.
Office east side of Main Street, three doors
south of his Dwelling.
July 18, 1839.
FRAXCI9 SPRINGER,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Wapello, Iowa Territory.
Burlington Ferry.
SHO-KO-KON.
THE
Public are respectfully informed
that this new and superior steam ferry
boat is now running regularly every few mi
nutes during the cay, between this place and
the Illinois shore opposite.
The Sho-Ko-Kon is in perfect order, and
the best and cheapest steam ferry-boat on the
river, constructed expressly for accommodation
consequently, will be found worthy the par
ticular attention and patronage of travelers
and the public generally.
1 W. H. MAURO, Agent.
I April 1 1941-tf 44
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PERSONSINSURANCE.
wishing to obtain insurance on
their Property in Burlington, can do so
by applying to II. \V. MOORE, who has been
appointed Agent for the Protection Insur
ance Company of Ilartford Connecticut.
March 18 42
TIIE CHEAPEST AND HANDSOMEST
Magazine in the World!!
Roberts' Semi-Monthly Magazine.
TIIISpublished
interesting and valuable periodical
is by George Robe, is, on the
1st and 16th of every month. Each number
contains 40 large pages, (two and a half sheets)
and is printed in a very superior manner—after
the style of Blackwood's Magazine—accompa
nied with an extra thick cover—and all for
only eight cents a copy!—or two dollars
per year. Each number will be accompanied
by a fine engraving. It always contains all
the valuable miscellaneous matter that appears
in the Boston Notion, with occasionally a piece
of fashionable Music. At the end of the year
it will comprise a volume of over one thousand
pages_a library in itself! Those wishing to
subscribe for the. Magazine, can do so by
leaving their cash, name, and address with
any Postmaster, all of whom are authorized
Agents. GEORGE ROBERTS,
April 15, 1841. Publisher and Proprietor.
RECEIVED
ALSO
SOAP.—10
Per Steam Boat AGNES
4 Sacks coffee, 2 boxes sperm candles,
1 Box cavendish tobacco,
1 Barrel molasses, 3 boxes raisins,
2000 Spanish cigars, 1000 Meleei do
3 xes rosin soap,
4 ,Barrels New Orleans sugar,
1 do Loaf sugar—which will be
sold low for cash, or bartered for Country pro
duce. The highest market price paid for
Hides and Bees-wax. ROBT. BURNES.
april 15 1841 46
Boxes of Boston Soap, also
8 different kinds of fancy soap, at
april 29-48 COOK & CREAMER'S.
HATS.—A
Few superior Brush Hats, also
verv chcap Russia do., for sale by
april 29-48
J. S.
& W-H. BENTON.
Jlrittania Ware.
A
^JMted to iheir charge which may be left
office of H. ROBB, in Mount Pleasant,
nov5
Fine artide in setts and by the single
Clothing.
k Largo lot of ready mad£ clothing for
aprTll^
l0WJbS.&W.
A
PHILIP VIELE,
r#r*eyM4 Counsellor at Law,
Large and splendid assortment of fresh
garden seeds, Blue Grass & Timothy seed
at wholesale or retail, or in lots to suit coun
try Merchants, iust received and for sale, by
'may 6-49 COOK & CREAMER
v Kegs White Lead, also
OU 5 Barrels Lintseed Oil, for sale at
n^il 29 48 COOK ft CREAMER'S.
•Tj-- ife 1'n
STOVES, TIM, COPPER.
AND
SHEET IRON WARE.
At St Louis Prices.
8.
The subveriber thank
ful for past favors
respectfully informs
his friends and the
public generally, that
he has again com
menced the manufac
ture of all articles in
his line of trade in
his new brick, on Jef
ferson street, below
the National Hotel.
He will keep constantly on hand, a general
assortment of Tin and other ware, such as
House Pipe, Guttering, assortment Ware,
STILLS, Wash Kettlea, Stew Kettles,
Tea Kettles, Stove Pipe, 6fc.
COOK STOVES.
A General assortment of Cook, Franklin,
Box, Seven and Ten Piute Stoves, kept con
stantly on hand, and foe sale at very reduced
prices. S. A. HUDSON'.
April 22,1841. 47
WM.
BARKER. FC, "WAITL
A K E & W A I
Manufacturers and dealers in
Chairs., wagons, carriages, Jtc., re
pectfully inform the citizcns of
Burlington and vicinity that they
continue tomanufacture and shall
keep constantly on hand chairs of
every description, made out of the best ma
terials, which they will sell on the most rea
sonable terms.
Orders promptly attended to.
They also manufacture to order, wagons,
carriages, &c. Repairing done at the shortest
notice.
Burlington, april 29, 1841 ly 48
Territory of Iowa,
Van Buren County. S
District Court, (or said County, May 16, 1841.
Seth L. Pitkin and
Joseph T. Holir.es, plffs.
vs. V Assumpsit.
Edward B, Kimball k
defendant.
NOTICE
is hereby given, that on the
thirtieth day of January A. D., 1841.
a writ of attachment was issued out of the
office of the clerk of the District Court, in
and for the county of Van Buren, and Terri
tory of Iowa, in favor of said plaintilFs a
gainst the lands, tenements, goods, chattels,
rights, credits, moneys and effects of the said
Edward B. Kimball for the sum of eight hun
dred dollars which writ was served and re
turned to the April term, 1841, levied upon
the following property, to wit: Lot 1 in block
3, Lots 1, 2, 3, 6 and 8 in block 7, Lots 1 and
4 in block 2, Lots 4 in block 4, Lots 1 and
3 in block 6, Lots 2, 3, a, 6, 7 and 8 in
block 12 and the entire blocks 10, 13, 19,
26, 37 and and la in the town of Farming
ton, and county aforesaid, and also, upon the
said Kimballs interest in the Plymouth Mill
ancf manufacturing company, and 100 acres
of land, being the E, half of the N. W. qr.
and the north half of the north west quarter
of section 36, township 68, north range 8
west. Also Edward B. Colton and Martin A
Brittain, were summoned as garnishees.
Now unless the said Edward Kimball,
shall appear and plead before the next term
of said court, to be holden in said county,
on the third Monday of September next, judg
ment will be entered, and the property so
attached will be sold to satisfy the same.
WILLIAM H. STARR,
Pl'ffs. Att'y.
may 13—5t 50
Territory of Iowa,
Van Buren County. $
-District Court May 10,1841.
John M. Holmes, i
\vs Assumpsit.
Edward B. Kimball,
NOTICE
is hereby given that on the
thirtieth day of January A D, 1841, a
writ of attachment was issued out of the"
office of the clerk of the Disirict Court, in
and for the county of Van Buren and Terri
tory of Iowa, in favor ol said plaintiff a
gainst the lands, tenements, goods and chat
tels, rights, credits, moneys and effects of
the said Edward B. Kimball for the sum of
one thousand five hundred and twenty six
dollars and ninety-seven cents with interest
which writ was served and returned to the
term of April lb41, levied upon the same
property described in the foregoing notice.
Now, unless the said Edward B. Kimball
shall appear and plead to the action before
the next term of said court to be holden in
said eounty on the third Monday of Septem
ber next, jndgment will be entered against
him, and the property so attached will be sold
to satisfy the same.
ELISHA CUTLER,
Cl'k V Co.
WIMJAM STARR,
Pl'ffs Att'y.
may 13 5t 50
DISSOLUTION.—TheCopartnership
tofore existing between Jesse B. Webber
and William B. Remey, under the style and.
name of Webber &. Remey, in thj mercantile
business, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent.
The business of the late firm will be Set
tled by Jesse B. Webber, who may be found
at the store of Shepherd LefHer Sc. Co., and
who is duly authorised to settle the same.
JESSE B. WEBBER,
WILLIAM B. REMEY.
Burlington, May 8, 1841.
THE
fwill
BENTON.
H. BENTON.
Garden Seeds.
v
601
Notice.
subscriber being anxious to closc up
the business of the late firm of Webber
& Remey, hereby notifies all persons knowing
themselves indebted to the same, to come for
ward and make immediate settlement, and by
so doing avoid the consequences that will in
evitably follow a failure to comply with this
request. JESSE B. WEBBER.
-Burlington, May 13,1841.—tf 50
Sheriff's Sale.
BY
virtue of a decree of the Disirict Court
of Des Moines county, Iowa Territory, of
foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of William
Cartwright, and Benjamin Vandyke, a-
inst George Cline, and Jeremiah Foxwell,
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, at the door of the National Hotel, in
the city of Burlington, in said county, on the
first Monday, to wit: on the 5th day of July
next, the following described premises, situa
ted in said county, to wit: the Northwest
quarter of section seventeen, in Township
number sixty-nine, North Range, number
three West of the fifth principal mercdian,
containing one hundred and iiixty acres, more
or less, to satisfy the sum of $348,88 cents,
together with interest thereon, and the costs
of suit. JAMES CAMERON, Sheriff
of Des Moines Co.
may 13*6t 50
Tar, Tar.
Kegs Tar, just received and for sale
cheap, W
COOK St CREAMER.
49
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BURLINGTON, I. T., THURSDAY, MAY 37, 1841.'
On the cold hearth outstretched in solemn
rcst'
four!
From the New York Evening Signal. vnl been received by an oU friend, taken
The following is the thrilling and affecting a sound sleep and a good cup of tea I
song which was given with such splendid ef- w.a8"ihen prepared to look about me.
feet by Russell at his Concert last Tuesday |. A greater contrast call scarcely meet
evening. It is now for the first time pffftfcd the eye than Boston presents to the trav
It is the production of Dr Coated eler who has just left New York. The
one is quiet, compact, neat and elegant—
the other busy, bustling and irregular.
Dark is the night! How dark No light! No There is not much glare in Boston, but
THE GAMBLER'S WIFE.
fire!
Hark! 'Tis his footstep! No J—'Tis past!
T,k.-T,ck
w
Why should he leave me thus He once was
kind
And I believed 'twould last!—How mad
Rest thee, my babe !—Rest on !—'Tis hun
ger's cry
Sleep !—For there is no food !—The fount is
dry
Famine and cold their wearying work have
done.
My heart must break !—And thou I"—The
clock strikes "one.
IJu^h I 'tis the dice-box
he's there!
For this !—for this he leaves me to despair
Leaves love leaves truth! his wife his child!
for what
The wanton's smile—the villain—and the sot!
Moan! moan
The following pretty song, from the last
How blind!" piece of ground is public property
Yes he's there!
Yet I'll not curse him! No! 'tis all in vain!
'Tis long to wait, but sure he'll come again
clock strikes two
Ha! 'tis his knock! becomes! he comes once
more.
'Tis but the latticc flaps Thy hope Is o
Can lie desert me thus He knows I stay
Night after night in loneliness to pray
For his return—and yet he sees no tear
No no It cannot be He will be here
ey
EI.ISHA CUTLER,
Cl'k. D, C. V. B. Co.
In addition to the above, the following con
eluding stanzas, from the pen cf another gen- Atlantic to the Pacific
tleman, himself the author of some fine songs, ed that "still small voice
was sung by Mr Russell:
.ThLir .i°°
,,nn(1
8 8
number of the KnicSerbocker, shows too much ...
w i e n y a n y u a S o a n o n
S O N
When spring arrayed in flowers, Mary,
Danced with the leafy trees
When larks sang to the sun, Mary,
And hummed the wandering bees
Then first we met and loved, Mary,
By Grieto's loupin' linn,
And blither was thy voice, Mary,
Than Linties i' the whin.
Now autumn winds blaw. cauld, Mary,
Amang lhe withered baughs
And a' the bonny flowers, Mary,
Are faded frae the knowes
But still thy love's unchanged, Mary
Nae chilly autumn there,
And sweet thy smile, as spring Mary,
Thy sonsie face as fair.
The early lark nae mair, Mary,
Thrills on his soaring way
Hushed is the Lintie's sang, Mary,
here­
Through a'the shortening day
But still thy voice I hear, Mary,
Like melody divine
Nae tumn in thy heart, Mary,
Thou'rt truly, only mine.
AN ENGLISHMAN IN AMERICA
SIR—We set out from New York to
and reached our destination by steam- ,vent
font rtTRi
very much, indeed, of order and com-
Cold, on the hearth, the last faint sparks ex- fort even external appearances seem to! you of SS °°k
which, subsequently, were sealed in
b]ocuK Here wag thp firgt faiUl sworn
t0
event occurred w
mastery in the Scotch dialect to have been lay appoint by the friends of General
i n e e v e n i i n e i e n i
bll
j|(|in?s
in
,he town
to
,U!ar
the al
boat and rail-way, at eight o clock next j1e presided, his speaking was limited to
morning. I"e steamboat carried us as a few introductory remarks. I was pleas
far as Providence, but as the day had not
the night before, owing to the crowded
e(
ze
\\Z! ,3S »R
eoinl in .°0alraSl\
l"ro: speak its Puritan origin, and its puritan iitherand'^rria'vS' nlhl von ill8 I'TT r''!0'1
bride 1 among which I would mention the State1 ..oserrfrrnT^f f'
staiKls on
nire! snP^k i.« P.,ri.„„ g°,od «ee l"»g, and the absence of the presentation of them both, and listen
frorn laws: told you that they ed with delight to the eloquent spe
homes fit for civilized beings, of Baker and Stuart. We have
popular meetings are generally coin- since felt an interest in the fate of the Ea'
Shivering she watches by the cradle side morals. camp frmn hnr« •"-r 1^ they ed with delight to the eloquent speeches
For him who pledged her love—last year a' Boston has some beautiful buildings—! Our popular nie^unls^'Jpnp^ll
H°»se and Market. The State HoSJe. weakened wVt'" 7*1
^s8one- the town is situated, and seems to over- intoxicated man but fromm^^6 °'m
the town is situated. and seems to nvpr. i
look U JU, the beni^na,,, spirit of „is.! night, I c„„ld se'e
j/«»nw a iimt i'H/i obi'iu jiii? ior wie i
v 61*11 ni
piit
In extent, it is forty-eight acres exhibit narv Pre'"111'
ing much variety of surface thickly stud moimmpT"' ?'i I n" *7°™ "s"
tied with :'ri! iVf Ihe
year, and in this climate have the, most! deeds
6
"a?e,Viv!r
therefore, most deSir,b|e that in Urge and
1
11
UP abo»l
with silent pleasure. I thought of PaleyY niained.
delightful idea about the universal verdure their
l,ie
world»
proving the benevolence of thei
God I looked around on the delicious com
field, and
tervaned between. We" av be
bn.T ""'y "T"
b,:,ll,e
mi,h of na,ure
My child !—his child'.—Oh, fiend!" The wherever we see a tree, flower, a blade of miaht have the nir-pst thin™ v»,.r
e1
arlicle'' bl"
L,el'er
leavcs
...
mce a refreshing and regenerating influence. and another would hand
IooliinS ove«"
toil-palsied limbs where withdraw
chhr1d,hlib",y
The,XL Child .re numbcMwitb.be ^TrlK'te" ,^dei
lituu. IVMK'h. CllKconnonllr ennU/l in I
The babe lay frozen on its mother's breast! their all to descend from enthusiasm to An Overwhelming Scarcity. General, and has entered unnnYiie dis
The gambler came at last but all was o'er simple narration, it was here the first! Whatever becomes scarce proporliona-' charge of the duties of the office Mo.
Dread silence.reign'd .round—the clock struck town meetings were held to protest bly becomes precious. We can now as- Republican,
against foreign taxation. sure our readeis that not a single editor'
fli(
American skv can be. At nine o'clock
,ings singly, or in groups, were spread
together through the night* after a queer ity of a drawing room. Musi it not have! the dew-drop contained in lhe floweret's
fashion, lying as best we could with heads
bee
He might challenge the man with the drives men to madness, and from the
seven-league boots to ran a race and he poverty that deadens men to despair?—
would be sure to win he is at the end Where was that riot, that disorder. that ^l'ona
Of his journey wlme lazy lubberly John turbulence, which, it is said are the ne-i
Bull is buttoning his coat and drawing on cessarv concomitants of Democratic Gov-! J5™*
his gloves. John, however trudges dog- 'eminent?? Not a limb was hurl, not aj 'sha111
gedlyjto his purpose, and Jonathan^ some-{child was bruised, not a lady's robe was
times overshoots it. Having on my arri-'soiled.
-7U" '*-~v
The day after my rtrrival in Boston an 's I"(lianopolis but the Junior of
i -i i i-
WM tQ lhe
1 1
.over the whole surface. At every en-jhoPe
never
o'clock the procession was formed, and i brother of the Journal has left
began its movement to Bunker Hill. It
A O I ~v. ,ular demonstration. Meetings were held lmentmg tinkering, the growing convic- ,- i ese parsed over Bftl
A Visit to Boston, United States.
and vvere adl
Boston a five o clock the afternoon, by orators from every part of the Union. I th* »«ter honel/™* of
Webster, b'ut, as
ji however, to see him, and to gaze otn
dawned, 1 saw nothing of the town. We Jijg manly and massive form. I have
had sad scrambling getting ^nto the cars Ascribed this gathering, not for its out-
e b,
which were to carry us to Boston. |"e ward show, not for its pageantry, not fop, numerous, have had, and cannot but far-
sun arose as we traveled onward lighting the address of its speakers, of which some thcr have, immense influence over the
up the glorious skies, and smiling oyer the were poor and many unjust—I have des-1 public mind. We feel them, and feel stolen from a house.
face o. the beautilul land, but had it cribed it for the pregnant and expressive! them deeply, and few would be found to' YVhv am ihn u
been elysium instead of lassachusetts, it phenomena which it presents to every re- resist them, but for the Constitutional dif- iinrn? IWan«. ihav ,SUC|
was the sam^jo no^for having no berth fleeting mind. Organized and unorgani-| ficulty. This ought, with those who en- get their
#fi.f.T -aWfrtjgg«arf^wiTt irit- 'ft^v^.iaaiajtfe^iiwaaioaaBWV .n.
»U"
Boston Common, custard with the grace of
er. with sadness I recollected many a popu- you could have a daily
lous city in England, where spot' i. 'whiubuyin'i" ,:
s
provided for the poor man to stretch his i»a nrp« -1.
Li ,arelc'j! ing press. It was an interesting evidence
Nestle more closely, dear one, to my heart!
Thou'rt cold 1
hou'rt freezing But we will file building in Boston which interest- night, from Monday until SsUirdav, with
not part! ,e(l me most, was hanueil Hall—not cer- the constancy and effort of shop women, A Coincidence and an Annoint
Husband !—I die!—Father!—It is not he! tainly for its architecture, but for its as- all for a sentiment, a principle, a conse- fiient.—1'estoration'to an office bv a son
Oh, God! protect my child!" The clock ^cajions. With truth is termed 'Hhe crated memory. Daughters of the brave, as head of one of the
strikes three.'
„,. .. .. Ken up by the cannon s month, and pro- worthy to be their mothers or Iheir wives. Falls in 1803 and -Anm« All™ «r-«
iu groi,ns
monarchies—compare it with an assem- What hss become of that Ea^le?
age of Manchester workingmen, meet-
e?r,fr0,n remet1^ dis«!'vered
Al.,d
Srp v anil physical aspects. Coun.y Delegation, in return for the
uri «7«£n.TT"
1 10
and enerS n"
e,rSCl 8,tal"
6in§S'
iCmne of Liberty." Here was rocked they revereythe liberty"many purchas- government, "of
the infant Hercules, who now gigantic ed with their lives. When the last stone office was given twenty-eight vears be
manhood, stretches his arms from the is laid on the monument of Bunker's Hill, f„re by a father, then chief of the same
v
resolves were made
were
°f
y
r°'"
s
s1ualjid
the summit of the hill on which whole "of that dav^I did^'i0''^,IOUt
on the summit of the hill on which whole of that dav I did nT"h ed, that it should have its liberty as
1
I sh-ill .ri ,u
-open to citizens ancf aliensltlS liof whil.'^ ^hen
suppose, it is called -The Common.''
a
ani'
ate the heroes and heroic
gorgeous uf foilaoe. I walked over it -un" ahm.i Vltf^ °1,lll(?n' J1™* carried secure the victory, that unfortniiaiely he
?.,J.
ir hands to the work, and now, through wounded and pensioned soldier, Ihas
ir exertions the funds art: raised (or its receiving two rations a day, and i
npletion. They established a Fair in treatment.
frora
Our old friend Pattison of the Indiana',,e
^hich the brave and good sacrificed Democrat, thus discourses in his last prat)(.is Granger the present Po-tinaster
u e
Democrat
""tw of wi,ne„i„g. The Not a smg e wh,g Mm by the
TVT_.
appointed by the friends of General
crowded with strangers of high and low(s?arce' an'
degree—all was excitement. The morn
„•—r.
|s
is ,efl in lhis
his supporters and delegates came from diamonds are scarce, jewels are scarce, 'and yet are almost compelled to beg.
all parts (f the country. The town was
w'1',e
we are
since
,rose propitious, the sun was in full splen-j timation just one hundred percent. We nity, instead of being excresences which
dor, the sky bright and clear, as only anj
vv'^
a^out
in lhe morning, the Common assumed gidianapolis ho would not envy the| valent..
most animated appea.ance. Human be-1 We obtained immortality by tell-j
,ng
10
trance, company after company poured alone,—the last of the Moliigans.
on ward in marching order. About eleven!
our
feel
From the Liverpool Mercury. if1.®' «°Pr«sive an exhibition of pop-! ing under Jackson and Van Buren exper^
solitary and alone.*'
must have contained at least thirty thou-l
sand fighting men. Each division had Virginia and a United States Bank, «ic candidate for Governor of Massachu
!its leaders, band, banners, and device The Richmond Whig, of last Wedues- jsetts- His name has stood in that rela
some of the latter were odd enough [day. «ays: }!?n
There was much both of the humor and We have been surprised at the extant •'1's
seriousness of the party. The park was, of change in favor of a restoration of a A gentleman at the railroad depot in
jfull, the streets were lined, the balconies'bank of the United Stales. Nor is the Providence had his pocket picked of a
were brilliant with beautiful ladies, who change by any means confined to the' copy of the New Testament. The thief
waved handkerchiefs till their little hands "Whig party. It pervades both parlies, probably, from its size and form, mistook
were wearied while the men below shout-1 It reaches all classes, those more and it for a" pocket book. May the fellow
jed huzzas until their throats were sore.—j those less intelligent. The ruinous sta£e learn a useful lesson from (he spoilt tho*
witnessed so impressive a specta-. of the currency, the long years of suffer- dishonestly obtained.
i i i o n s a a u n i o a n s a e u e n y
iJessed! can alone be supplied by a national bank,
d, the whole number of people out onj tertain it, to be conclusive but how long
state of the vessel, my eyes drooped in mis occasion must have amounted to one! will starving men stand out for principle?
sleep and my head bent down with sick- hundred thousand, yet a more perfect or
Six hundred of us pigged away der could not have existed in the tranquil- The insect which satisfies its thirst with
Compare this with the
n that the great mass were above the! cup, has as much enjoyment as the ele- To
and feet to all points of the compass, sordid wants of life, enlightened-on the phant which drinks from the stream of Pack them in a flour barrel in clean
We were not long however i» our purga- whole, content with their institutions, or! some mighty river. nshes or cliarco-l" head un ,h«
tory. Certainly, for rapid traveling, Jon- if dissatisfied, confident of a remedv in i n i. i w put it un shirs where Tt. lbarrel.ana
athan does go ahead" of all the world. their power free from the oppression that!.
A
/ude'
li,te
HoW,e*
so.wel! kfn?wl?
of lower
WAM JIB
K|-. i s v»*r%
VOL.
II No. 52.
CHICAGO AMER
ing together under a vague instinct of excellent paper, as a general thin-/, very
common distress and separating to find carefully. We have not, however- yet
ASA
CAN.—We
1 I
was
try, however, ami not get proud hang upon but to disfigure society. It is
it. The only single editor of In- truly lamentable that this folly is so pre*
Chapman to crow, and we nmv
The
t0 the
o e a
U£8?W
a off.
cy, the odium into which many of the
hls
th* ntter hopelessness of a specie curren- ..
State banks have fallen, and the persua-. S0(,ae which had been sent
sion that many of them are rotten and y one of th6 srml party referred
ought to be purged off by a national bank,!
the recollections of ancient prosperity,! A. pickpocket, caught in the act, was
when one existed all these arguments, so arrested in the Boston Funeral Proces-
8'°"
w|th
Boxrs
peruse this
what has been done wit!, -that
.,he Pontrast is eagle," that was presented to the Cook
beaUtifnl
mal'hooc1, indfPe"dent
vv,Iuf
^ery
BriS
lot,K
lhal
delegation gave to the
Sangamon boys, at the Great Convention
'ow Springfield summer. We were at
,old, iin
1
SPringfiel(!last
,as'
"'"nnier. We n
of ani
f" "'a3
ln
lisle'i-
a'-,d Stl,art-
We have
Slnce lelt an ,nterest 1,1 tiie fate of
a'.Ul
in attire, and gle, as Baker required an
ed* shoi|M
evef
th*
required and Stuart promi..
have its liberty as soon
ascerta,neti lliat
OM *'ip was
service of the country—and
lhe
ele lion
of_thU city celebrated the
of,
Harrison by barbecue
speeches, the eagle was brought out
3 and exhil)iled on lllH
so
«l-irant beings Cerl^ lv IrHiwitEYE
«»i who presided at its tables. There v*„ i L"*»"revE..
S±7"
'T V
H^RI1 TL -,I-
rJHr*
stand—and would
^IM.'"Z! wil
... ... more. They regard their reputation as
with it the most winning smde*, capijal from which whev are io receive a
you an ice or a
t-onsiant
Elere was utter- proudly may they regard it, piously, department.
which, first their children after them, and should Bun-! The first'post-office in Newton, Mas*.,
whispered in privacy, was afterwards ta- ker s Hill again need heroes, they are was established at the village of Lower
he bccu
crippled in the campaign, wag»d to
I" way and «o it has since re- could not fly. He was therefore taken
1 lie ladies, have at last put back to his boarding-house—and as. 8
been
the best
K
have
hen
receives
revenue of praise while the pub-
a Hebe. Nay, ljc regard it only n^conferring the rigli*
"ee"lhe iXTErint TI..JT pi*, «.
the crctllt suIe of ,ht,r
mi1P
as so
due from the world to ihem but
the P.,.nnaster .general. Mr Allen Lid
the oflice nil about two years »«ro. when
r,
mi,j„dged
lelt in this city but ourself, jet we( cast into the world with pride in their
city but ourself, yet we, cast into
i Harrison, the Whig candidate for the 'ia.ve the consolation to know that every hearts, folly in tin ir heads and nothing in
Presidency, for a general convention of thing valuable is scarce. (iold is scarce, their pockets, who cannot stoop to work,
i
crows and white blackbirds are Were tliey industrious mechanics, they
,,
removed by Mr. Kendall. On
fifteenth ult lie wm «.-,nnoin.P,l h«
We see hundreds of young men sauu-
Y o n e s o e e i n o u o u s e e s w o a v e e e n
policy at .heir pare,,.,..
scarce. Indeed, might become servicable to themselves
last.week we have risen in our es- »nd respectable members of the commu-
authenticated case, according
planeli
9nn
dearly beloved, little, red-headed
us,
ig 0f a man who dr(MV u
become immortaler by being note, and by sheer absence of mind, wrote
ii„,r n.m.
wei
another man's name to it. He was not
aware of his mistake till he was senten-
ced to the State Prison for five years
Marcus Morton is again the democra-
cver pince wero
A flock of wi)d
highi*-#*
n a w o k a n o o k i n
®ometh,n? white descending, took
hat'
containing his handkerchief,
u,ua:"
mS
WaS 1U&
'^"^^ercluol,
ena^e^_tn
catch, unbroken.
a burglar, who was marchinff
a.chain about hia neck which he had
severecre(^*
8
way8
sure to
IN HORSES.—A
\^e painter, who was tool as pos.^ne.
for
h,S- 8f,
rued
anlMs'anJ
lf,1}e wa®
the W
l,fa9ts? am'
™plied
take your hkene88? rel
e was| What pills oogbf ^fjhooliuojtfer to, If you want a real steady, trusty*
obs of take? Pu-pils, ., of a fellow^ go Ug stabfe
%-A*,
junk bolt}*
represen--. Pickled Beef and Pork, in the sowth
inquired and west, is apt to sour. Take it out and-
P«^lu» smoke it dry—throw away the old pickle/
H°*e 0r,c1,e:'n86
il
FAIT
of strong sagn tea, made very sweet with vU:K
molasses. Two or three doses
ar
ally sufficient for a cure.
e genci* [f
KEEP BACOV HAMS IN THF
nownl ca,led on 1 here 1118 aDd 88
by boiling. Smoke the bar-
thoroughly and repack the meat,

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