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Iowa territorial gazette and advertiser. [volume] (Burlington, Iowa Territory [Iowa]) 1840-1846, June 14, 1845, Image 4

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TALI,A NT
tie. M® TOMCOWl.
(elected liia sleek
jSpriac and Swamer lit,
taf eeuaa A Mi wAIIHHIINI the
as he •mum all hie article* to be
Ma baa jaat received
.wi^isr-*
ji tbarMagaewa,
s**^. aprf
*LA **.
••kftniviaa Birtf. together with
Scythes.
'Jeai Waldron'* grain scythes.
do gias* «,
1 bmk do. je*t wt«i»
-mi %ad for saU'e* laani St. l-onis unr.es.Hj
tfg f4* J. O. LAWMAN, Water st.
Hats.
OABRETT Co. has jnrt received
10 caif• rtpmor Nutria. Casaimera Brash
Mi fltt hats, which they would respectfally
jbffiu MatiMBi to examine al their store
corner of Main and Ter«ii st.
jkr* If sign of Great Westosa.
niti .- Fresh Fruit.
nfoi jiirf rjsinx —Jw*t (waived) per
U-.* ,|nr
«ba sat
lewiag
-h
v
Is
ri
I-puis, a few drums
fl'i'i'h snd Bloom
ir Lynx, fmi* St
FIGS.—Also,
fer site at IW.*'KF»RD'S,
45 cornet Main and Jefiet on sts.
FOlt I1I.E.
AHT
peraen wishing iWiinhlf
mMrir ia lk( city "f ruling! n. fan ha
ioiedt.ted ®n reasonable 'r'"s calling on
bscriher*. who are anthoriaed l« sell the l'ol
loft. v«: Si«. «n.and r.ta. prored Gillott's steel pens, *c
•j^tiaBe will ba given on the, jrreat«r nv
ifcm maaay. T)ck lata lie iu a wn «"«ntcal
Imui of the town, and a very comfortable and
igonmodion* dwfllinc hoo-e one of said Iota.
iota caa caa ba bootht aeraratelr cJ»*'red.
r** VN M. GAP.KKTT CO.
». '4S
BOOTS ASD SHOES.
WKaaaortmaatofboot*
havo jaat received per €spray. a large
and *h«e*,coa*Mtng of
Jfco Mlawiar. Calf. Kip, Mororco, Seal, aad
iThkk boots, tiaa'* awl tay'» kip shoe*, womea'»
.Jodie* and miaaea kip ahons.
EWlraraedhi*'1 lAoea^lodie* and miaaaa w
Manh St. *45.
4 CO.
Carpet Chaia*
0#T HECBIVB1 and for aalo
jJDE.:» 45 GARRETT CO.
BOSWSTTS.
bavo net racwaod a laige asioMmaat of
*T baaoatta, twk aa. Legbar^ plaiaand fancr
•MW. plsSa. loted*
lawn and cypra», aad eipect
ia a few daya a lam lot af different kinds, which
Maaak.0. '4K.
Wa»
.J®!'
Sprly an* lui*
il subscriber ha* just received his first
shipment of spring and summer roods,
which, with Us Tomer heavy stock, will make
lis —smtiirt the most extensive in the Tern.
mmr HaviM MdsamMsmsnU by which
*. I wfll bo inaegular receipt of goods from the
i" lislRt markets during the season, I can there-
-Ic
11 Mir I. G. LAUMAN.
1» *45
TtT »"1l
%n^ti
Ifiil
Tm OM Debtors.
LL persona indebted to the irm of Mar»
gaa fc Bona for aobsciiptioM to the
'offiwrial Gas•tts,,, advertising, Ire.. are
}A
**n
miHUi to
or thoir ageata, otherwiaa col
ho enforced by law without
to Ht***- indulgance of be-
twee* oae aad two years is aa much as ought
—,fo
ho expected on small amounts—and this
Mil N wr sxcass whsrs aad when com
^paUod te commeaco suit.
*:T tm MP Atrraottsn A«im* Esq. TiSany,
Reary toooty. Jamea T. Hardin, Eeq.ief
fsipoa taaaty. Gaa. Wrirht, Esq.. Au'y at
Lmt, Vaa Barea coaaty. B. 8. Roberta, Eaq.
LoO maty. J. C. ICcClesrjr, Esq Louisa
-'.«'^a*Mll laaah Batlir, Bag. Maecenas coun-
Geo. Beftaor, Eaq. Aagaata. Our debt«
i ]Ma ia Asa Moiaeacoaaty, with the exeeptioa
if Aoae who received their paper* at Aogus
la. aaa call Md aattle with either of the UD
dnsin' JAMES M. MORGAN,
Jaa~tf '4» BERNBART BENN.
A WMMU AT HALF rtlOB3
W•a(havea
large farm, twenty miles north
Barlingtoa, which ws offer for sale
aiWf ptko. The entire tract
"of land contains
haadiad and tweoty-five acres, three hun
tbeba
aaa nmoana had and the ba ance prune—300
atna under leace aad MO in cultivation. There
asaasiteMa hui dinga situated on the farm. The
aad timber caaaot be aurpassed, and the ait-
wBoais ovtsy waydeairable. Any one wishing
STARR.
AIM,
On other tarn sixteen mi ex n«r»h west of
Bartiagtaa aaartto head of Flint 240 acres in
tract about lorty improved—log cabin,
,3 9Wh*M tad oat houses If the above cannot bo
wa bava coacluded to give it away
aasa or the chance may be lost,
v Mr»'4i GR1VE54 CTABB.
j&L (Oawkeye copy)
Call
Axei.
BOXK5 Colin*' Ate*. Vtiikti and Ay. Pat*
V loias. Ja*c received aad f»r «•(«. Hv
J. a. f.AUM*N.
aprSt *U Water *tr«et.
I
Vati and t:iaurna.
I DOSE, ^laia and painted wash tubs
•. O 1 ma hooped churns
paiated bucket*, cheap for cash, by
45 W. F. COOLlLfUGH CO.
afrtf
a?**
RICH FASTCY GOODS.
UttV atria balxarines, extra qnalUy
JH cotton do
u
Painted madSasj
l^dripe do Uwiff- &
st ribbons
blk and col'd kid gloves
k, cottoa and thread do
it aad thread edging aad inserting
book and jscoaet inusliaaa
riiaado laiaes,all wooljT?
'SMaiadyb piiatat
tisiy silk lloosaliaa da laiae shawls
1 Mk Thibet aad blk satin
r. eoouADCHtco.,
A BALES SrawaSbastiags, just received and
fttsMactea^kf 0 LAUMAN
f-anNS*t
—mt I li I
\i to.
x:'*
-Jii
i
Water at
vrtodFrmt.
100 BOSHELS Dried A
•rT
F1p
i-
largolo§ of
February 15,'45, (JIawkeye copy.)
i
1f®«T doTdrewing Ho. pocket Jo,
4
Heamiiag noodle*, solid bead pint.
Thimble*, hooka and eyes, bonu«t raeds,
lathing do.
for hat
Vest holloas of all kibdt.
Black and wbita bona latpender button*,
VPU ihirt battoiM, with a rikat
aiaroua to aM
mESSH?
nap for cash bjr
WM. G^RtUCTr'4^CO
Siga of UtoXiraa* Hkiieia.
MUlttoaei.
•March 1 Mfl^^m GA^ETT& Co.
Bp lADBUiftl) H|®rT1
wbartfttr would raspeetrully inform
Ofccitixaiwof BorUagtoo and rklnily thai
ho fcas^snnt Shop In the Whfte house"imme
diately waatof Mr. Maura's store, on Wash
ington street, where ha will keep at ail times a
genera' assortn «nt of Saddles, Bridles and Har-
n*»s.
*a4 erery article in his line of business,
which be will sell low for cash or country pro*
***. Renairing done low and oj) the shortest
I have also,
a lot of plasterers' hair on
hand and for sale, cheap.
nor SO »44—ly J. M. BERRYHILL.
it Upper leather.
JUST*•••
Receieved a lot of Leather, cheap.
15 WE5LEY JONF
Bclieol Books.
Xj* CLECTIC readers, bibles, lestamcnts. gfeoff
I_d raphies, primers, toys, a variety of alman
acs, English and German, slates, hymn books, ap
proved Gillott's steel pens, $c. For sale at the
City Drag Store.
ALSO, many fancy article soft pencils for
drawing, bristol boards, gilt edged note paper,
superior pencil leads, scissors, and Rogera pen
knives, Ac. fdr sale as above,
feb J. READ.
Payson'a Indelible Ink.
A FBE8H supply ofthispopulat article, just
•i* received and for sale at fie City Drug Store,
feb 15 *»y J. RE./JD.
Enamelled A Pearl visiting Card*.
Afor
FEW packs of these elegan' cards, suitable
ladles, for sale at the City Drue Store,
J. READ.
For Sale*
lying"! ACRES choice'prartie and timber land,
i near the forks of Iowa and Cedar riv
ar», well Watered and timbered or witl ex
«bange it for Town property in Burlington,
sail it in lots to suit purchasers, ow. Also, TO
acm of good prairie and timber land, within one
mile of Cohimbus city, in Louisa conntv. «fl«o,
a number of good building lots, well situated in
Columbus city, titles warranted and terms liberal,
feb 15 WESLEY JONES.
SO Acres off Land for Sale,
ABOUT8milesgoodof
north Burlington, or would
ha exchanged for Town property.
WESLEY JONES.
Feb 15
Grindstones.
°*buri
Kav23-44 J. O. I.MiWAiV.
Wat«r, below Jefferson st.
WOMI6 TOBACCO.
ON
consignment and for sals low, «5 doz.
Smoking Tobacco.
aov
90'44 J. F. C. FEASI*EY.
Pills.
OAPPINGTUN FF.VK.R AND AGUF. PILLS
kj far *aleat fha City Drug Storo. 3. READ,
oct 9S '44
MISSOURI TOBACCO
ON
consignment and foraalelow, 30 boxes
superior Missouri Tohacco.
J. F. C. PEASLEY.
nov 30 '44
Cotton Yarn.
I SUPERIOR article (Pittsburgh) la store
II and for sale low by
nar 15 Wm. GARRETT A Co.
IfESTS, Just received a splendid assortment of
satin,- cassimsrs, and merino vests, for sale
cheap at tbs GREAT WESTERN,
aov 9 '44
Painted Buckets.
[UST received aad for sale by
1
aaar 15 WM. GARRETT A Ob.
Cassimeres.
SfklPED
mar 15
Bos Ground Ginger,4'
Roses Tobacco* TaaaJ
Bag* Shot, ft fit
1 Keg Bar Lea#r
I do Alam
ri
t.' (J
S Boxes Har Soan,
3 doaeuTea Kettlas,
1 Keg Sad Iran*,
4*i*ther atlifW* too led'tooO 10 amatSaa all of
which will be aold cheap for msh or produce by
WM. GARRETT 4 Co.
March S9, Sign Great Western.
Plough Slabs.
£Tf| PLOUGH SLABS—jo^t received and for
Mv *al« by HUDSON K. BRIDGF..
mar 15 '45 JOHN G. FOOTS, Agent.
For sale, on a Credit,
SEVENTY
or more LOTS, in Barrett's addi­
tion to Burlington. &id Lots are we 1 lo
afed for building purposes, and their increasing
aliie renders them a profitable investment. The
terms of sale, where the same amoants to $100
or more, are, one
eighth cash in hand, and a cred
it to suit purdiaaera will be given on the balance,
to be secured by responsib e endorsers, with 10
ALSO far sale,
on si
mi'ar terms, a few tracts of
ftrauag land, tying a few miles from Borlinrtoa.
»arl '45. JAMES M. MORGAN.
JVJIJS6
TBST
W aaiat
PASTE.
a«c«*«S
.*•» .V
itEAa
coiintiy, tbsthe has taken the
OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORE,
MILS
Lately sad
Which lie i* prepared to sell at the lowe*t market
price*. Aim. on haud, a full assortment of the
most approved
Patent Medici
Mil
Arrangement* baveheen inane ia the Pattern
oitiea by which conatant sOpylie* of fresh jtfedi*
rises will He iorwtfda^.
{TTPhysirian* Proacriptiona carefully and
accu
rst el* compounded.
'ouniry Fhyaicians and Merchaata (applied on
favorable terai*.
oci 12 '44—ti
(W«.
••npi»a.|.i|.^i.l
I
For 81M Cheap,
FOLLOWING GOOD*
I^S and Boys caps, coane woollen iroofls.
Also, coins boots ind ihoet, liosy twil'd
flannels, and many other heavy coarse
woollen foods, at a great bargain for cash, or
wheat,corn, oats, hemp, furs, fl »ur, hides, butter,
*c. WESLEY JONES.
S.llABKKI^ ^,£tV#fcWAIT.
be ready to Gil all orders with promptness
and t\e*patch, at as low prices as can be af
forded in the We»t.
N. B. Bureau and store drawer knobs kept
coustantly on band and for sale chenp.
BARKER &, WAIT.
Jany. 7th 1843. yr.
WATCH AKD CLOCK. VAKIKfl.
AKeeps
Tongs, Bailey Knives. Silver Pencil*, Gold,
Silver, i Common Specks, Silver Thimbles,
Gold Breast Pins nnd Fintrer Rine*, Musical
Boxr*, Pocket nnd Pen Knives, and all such
articles as are usually kept in his line—all
of Which will be sold low at prices to suit
the times.
N. B. All kinds of Clocks, Watches and
Jcwellry repaired and warranted at the fliort
est notice. Old Gold and Silver bought at
the highest market prices. Store on Main
street, at the s!rn of the Large Watch.
may, ltfth, 1843-y
Just Received.
FLAX
SEED Oil and White Lead, for sals
at the new store on Water, below Jeffer
son st [oct 19 '44] J. G. LAUMAN.
Salt, Molasses and Whiskey.
1 SACKS ground alum salt, 5 do fine
salt, 20 bis. N. O. Molasses 10 do su
gar house do. 10 bl». Patterson's Cincinnati
whiskey, just received per steamer Ohio, and
for sale at J. Q. LAUM N'S,
19
3
and plaid Cassimeres, a beautiful 7ri,i^
article just received and for sale by *nd
aa ior sale by
GARRETT A Co.
Iron! Iron!!
r\lAMOND and Triangle Plough mould*,
U rlougb *lab*. and a general astortuienl of
round, jouare and bar iroo, just recaived per
Uncle Toby, for sale cheap.
J. G. LAUMAN.
GROCERIES.
WR
have ju*t received by S. B. Mermaid.
MP Bbls N. O. Sugar,
an Sacks Rio Coiee,
•.i-.i'/'
fhe«ts Tea.
I C'a*k Saleratus,
1 Sack Pepper,
I do Allapice,
3f
ISffli
BURLINGTON.
known hv the sian of the
SAMARITAN,"
JACOB (SAUHY, deceaseds
|or ttlnow fitting op with an entire
S-nnd approved
Points aad Dye*,
Ware
Wanufactaren of Cnblnet
Mid Chairs,
'Valley, Street, between. ^fam and
Water
Streets, Burling tori) Iotca.)
rpHANKFUL for past favors, would res.
pect fully inform the ciiisensof Bur
lington nnd its vicinity that they have now
on hand a frenernl assortment of all kinds of
Cabinet Ware, including Bureans, Table*,
Stands, Bed*teuds, Ac. Ac. Ate. «taot
Water strwt.
Scythes. ,x,,
DOZ. Waldron's scythes,
3 do do grass do, for sale, by
may 11 '44 W. F. COOLBAUGH A Co.
(Groceries.
SUGAR,coffee,
tea, molasses, tobacco, alum
pepper, alspice, c., for sale wholesale and
retail, or exchanged for country produce, by
J. G. LAUMAN,
sept 28 '44 Water, below Jefferson stk
To Let.
WE
will let for a number of years part tf
__Lot No. 197, immediately south of tha
Thf lot is eligibly situated
new Market House.
for stores and business houses
sept 28 '44 GRIMES 6c STARR.
Books and Stationery.,
SMITH'Sschool
Grammar, Webster's spellers, fam­
ily and bibles, testaments, diction
arys, Emerson's readers, Russell's History of
the United States, do of Greece and Rome, do
of England $ Francr Eclectic reader, Missouri
Harmony, Smith's Geography, Mitchell's do
and
Burlington, Aus. 24 '44
(Hawkeye copy)
I
Miois
W» *he Spriug
W
ii
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i
-t,
v
%"f
V.
letter pa-
Gernun
alm»"
nacs, primers, Ac.
Just received and for sale for cash or country
produce, at the new store on Water, below Jef
ferson street J. G. LAUMAN.
oct 5 '44
FIRE! FIRE!!
PROTECT YOURSELVES AGAINST LOSS
BY FIRE.
Agency Aetna Insurance Company, Hartford,
Connecticut.
ri THE subscriber having been appointed agent
X. for the above company is prepared to in
sure against loss or damage by fire dwelling
houses, stores, barns, mills $c., $c., at as low a
rate as any similar institution.
From the known ability and punctuality of
this company in adjusting all losses covered by
them, those wishing to protect themselves
against loss will find it their interest to insure
through this office. F. J. C. PEASLEY,
jigent.
1
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE.
WILL veil 320 sorts of eood improved land
about 95 miles from Rurlinjrton, direet on
the road to Iowa City, in Louisa county, at
the Virginia grove. The improvements are a
good double log houae. and a large barn and
ahed, and other out buildings.'with a choice
orchard of about 100 apple and peach trees,
with running water through the farm, 160
acres under cnltivation, the balance choice
timber and prairie land of good quality
ALSO—400 acres adjoining the aame with "a
new log he nee, and about 70 acres under cul
tivation with running water through the same,
about 150 acres timber tha balance good rol
ling prairie. AL80-260 acres adjoining the
above, pail timber i nd the balance eav 150
acres of choice prairie with running water
through the same. Tbe above lands I will sell
at a good bargain part down aad the balance
on a liberal credit. Titles indiapotablei for
further particulars enquire of the subsenbsr.
A good bargain wili bo given.
march 29, WESLEY JONES.
BCL. But Eastern Varmaa.
At" Lin*eedQil,
3" Spt's Turpentine, i
00*
1 Copperas .-•*•••*.
k
1 Glae.
1 Dutch Madder, tor *ale low, by
•prA'45 F.TALLANT. Water st
Coats! Coats!!
JUST
received a larg* aad *p(e»d*d.aaaortaKat
Wao-Wack. Cm, dfnh, brawo.
Slftl*
iSfiy* ^fr^kcoua. for sale
WM. GARRETT CO.
*', f- "s
HBMTtFAJLIa CMMHM»
THIS
Of every desoripiion, iucludldg
full Grecian, Arm, Pnrlor and al'
kirwU of commou chairs.
TJie lubscribrrs, haritig n good
node of materials on hand will
hi* Fall
inct from
npHB subscriber k haw recaivfnr
And Winter Stock of Go«|s dt
the East, which in addition to the stock on hand
landers Ine assortment very desirable
Plain and figured heaver pilot cloths^"
Assorted broad cloths,
New style csssimeres, caasinets,
Jeans, fiannels, linseys, kerseys,
Fulled cloths, black, fcc., shaded alpacas,
merinoO* assorted, silk, ftrncy vesttngs, calicoes,
well assorted, ginghams, and fancy goods,
shawls, ribbons, bonnets, veils, gloves, pins,
needles, Ac., and many new ana fancy goods,
With a good assortment of Domestics.
Also— Hats and Caps,
oct 44 WESLEY JONES.
Nails.
WK Kers assorted Juniata Nails and Brads,
I O for sale by
W, F. COOLBAUGH Co
no* 9 '44,
Jefferson street
Mill and Cross Cut Saws.
fT^HE Subscriber has on hand, and offers for
*ale at the Cincinnati prices, 3)13 feet
of MILL inn Cxoss CUT SAWS
D. M'INTlgE*
Iirporierof, and dsalsr ia Chiaa Glass and
Hardware.
jan 4, '45,
Fresh Lemons*
fl^T RECEIVED and for sals at tho City
(J Drut Store, by J. READ,
feb 2 '45
TinegAr.
4St.
BBL8. Vinegar just received'pir steamer
Croix, and for sale by
oct 19 '44 J. G. L-IUMAN.
MAHTEEH SYRUP.
delicious preparation ia now offered
for the first time to the people of this
Territory. Its great rflicacy in relieving se
vere coughs has rendered it justly popular at
the East. It can be givrn with perfect safety
to the youngest children.
For sale wholesale -and retail, at the Cirr
Dure STORE.
Dcc.21. J. READ.
..in. iJiilt.r.i.
Great Bargains^ ^T-
fit I AT rHS I
NEW YORK STORr,
0% Main street, in the new brick building between
Washington and Columbia sts.
FRENCH,
W. CAKP1 NTI
a constantly or
hand a prnernl assort
ment of GOLD AN SIL
VER WATCHES, Silver
Table an.I Ten Spoons,
Cream Ppoon*, Snjfnr
THK attention of families is respectfully di
rected to the assortment of groceries which have
been selected with great care.
Teas, coffee, chocolate and sugars of a very
superior quality, and other articles too numer
ous to mention, all of which will be sold ex-'
tremely low, at the NEW YORK STORE.—
There will be weekly arrivals of new and fresh
goods which will be sold at a very small advance
over eastern prices. Those wishing cheap and
good goods will please call, as it is a pleasure to
show goods.
may 4'44
*0 RENT.
r|
^HE store house on the comer of Water and
Washington-sts., now occupied by Maj.
W. H. Mauro. The term to commence after tha
first day of November next. Enquire of
oct 18, GRIMES A STARR.
FOR SALE.
THF.
To the Ladies.
COLOGNE
WATER, Lavender Water, Palm
and Almond Soaps, and a great varietv of
elegant and deliaious articles for the Ladies'
Toilet, just received at the City Drug Store.
ALSO, Preserved Citron, Isinglass,, Irish
Moss, &c. Ac. forming a general supply of arti
cles for cakes, pastry, &c. for families.
ALSO, asma I supply of fresh Lemons, direct
from New Orleans, fo: sale as above, by
Feb. 8th. 180. J. READ.
Boots and shoes
JUST
RECEIVED IG0 pairs coarao boots,
50 pt's calf and kip boots,
150 do coarse brogan shoes,
50 do half brogans,
S i
Enquire of
60 do boys' brogans and shoes,
u*
50 do bo a' boots assorted,
200 do womans' lace boots,
30 do ladiea calf hoots, (good,^
100 do womans'shoes, V
100 do children*' shoes, assorted*
SO do ladiea' gaiter boots,
90 do do half do do
50 do miaaca lace boots and shoes, all
cheap for cash or countrv produce.
nov.30'44 WESLEY
JONES.
DR. WISTAR'8
GENUINE
Balsam of Wild Chetry, the
celebrated remedy for Consumption, for
aalo by COPP & PARSONS, Agent.
Buriin?ton, Nov. '44
Testings.
A PIECES Marsailles Fancy Vesting 4 p's
lw wool plaid do 6 pieces silk atriiied aud
plaid Cashmere, ju*t received and far *ale, bv
may 10 '45 J. G. LA U A N.
Paints and Dye Stuffs.
Icopperas,
CEROON superior Indigo, madder, alnm,
rose, pink, chrome yellow, do green,
sugar of lead, logwood, venitian red, Sft. Just
received and for sale cheap at the New Store,
Water, beloiv Jefferson St.
oct 5'44 J.G. LAUMAN.
Kanawha Salt for sale by the
rlin *RLS.
\1^"" subscriber very low for c*sh.
one 15 '44 F. J. C. PF.ASLF.Y.
Interesting to Farmers and
Others.
Tinforms
READ, formerly of the city of'New York.
Farmers and the public in general,
that he is now prepared to Hi«nnc of hi,
APPROVED PATF.JVT REAPING MACHINES
Or of rights for Connties, States or Territories,
on reasonable terms. A small working machine
mav be seen now in Rurlington—the same which
was exhibited but a ihert time since io the field
at New York, in the presence af the Mavor and
Committee of tha .American Institnte,' and at
Washington, ia the presence of the Hon. Henry
L. Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents and a
large nnmbcr of members of Congress and eiti-|
sens—all of whom approved and were entirely
satisfied with its operation, Mr. Ellsworth pro
nouncing it the best reaper he had ever seen. At
the Fair of the American Institute ia 1841, this
machine took the premium, and the Medal then
awarded is sow in possession of the (obscriber.
AI*o a number of letters from member* of Con
gress testifying to the quality of the Reapers,
in^r
be wen by calllngoa me.
The machine makes clean work—cutting every
•pear. The grain i* taken off by a rake attached
to the machine, and worked by a crank. The
rake throws tbe grain completely from the ma
chine, and leaves it in bund I es ready for binding.
An excellent opportunity is new offered to en
terprising mechanics, who way wish to engage in
manumctnring these machine*. By purchasing a
lew countie* they wontd realise a good business,
simply by making and selling them. The sub
'iber will sell lerre c-r small districts, to suit
will large c-r sma..
purchaser*, and will take PART in any good,
disposable property, real or per*o«aL
Persons wishing machine* for the coming har
vest will please make their arraogumont* at once
time i* short, and tha a umber already en
W™ muhes it necestary that tha aubaci iber
•aould bavo aa early aotice as po**Hla.
For farther particular* apply personally or by
It jP*'1 P**d0 to tin sabscribor, at the City
J- READ.
Bartisgtoa, March 1, '45-tf
Spjllysi
-f-klrsi
1 SrSse
NEW- AND CHEAP GOODS,
Wholesale and Retail. I
tkt houte formerly occupied by B. F. Wood 4 Co.
On Water, below Jefferson street.
THE
siiscribtr living just opened a large
and splendid assortment of
:GROCER®^QUEEN^FR?^ufDdWARE.
BOOTS AND SHOES, RATS, CArS, &C., &C.
WUicu he o^ers to the citizens of
BURLINGTON, IOWA,
And vicinity, at unus'ially low prices for casA
or country jtrodmet. His Stock consists in part'
of cloths, cassimeres, and vestiags of every vari
ety plain and figured silks, a beautiful article
ginghams, linseys, sa tinets, Kentucky jeans,
sheep's gr«y kerseys red, white and yellow flan
nels tickings, apron and furniture checks a
beautiful assortment of changeable, striped, bar
red and plain alpaca* for ladies' dresses bleach
ed and unbleached muslins, brown and white ta
ble diaper, Mackinaw and Whitney blanksts a
splendid assortment of shawls, handkerchiefs,
edgings, laces, barred and plain jackonet, and
swjss muslins together with almost every article i
in the dry goods line also, general assortment of
HARDWARE,
Consisting of k"i*e» and forks, pocket knives,
shovels and spades, locks, files, rasps, wood,
saws, hand sa_ws,drawing knives,axes, hatchets,:
Hats, Caps, itc.
And comprising in all general assortment of.
staple and fashionable goods.
Having purchased his entire stock, exclusive-!
ly for cash in the New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore markets, he will be enabled to sell at
"shockingly" low prices.
53" Merchants supplied at St Louis prices.
The public are earnestly invited to call and ex
amine his stock, a? every effort will be made to
give satisfaction.
A'
English, and American prints bal-
zarine and painted muslins striped lace mus
lins. Swiss and jaconett French worked collars
and collaretts of the most rare style lisle laces,
edgings and insertings bonnets, a good assort
ment.
GROCERIES.
undivided one hitlf part of the tavern
occupied by J. C. Fiether.
stand at present
For terms, which are liberal, enquire of
•Afarch £). GRIMES ft STARR.
Very Cheap at Wholesale and RtfaU.
j*,.' Groceries.
ti hhfs brs? N O. fugir
800 sacks Rio. Havannn, St. Domingo
Old Government Java, Oid Sumatra
and Mocha Coffee
2 boxes white and Havannn Sugar.
5 bbls. Mo^anses, 3 Wbls Vincgat
JpQ bbls. Kanawha Srdt N. I
50 sacks G. A. Salt, 400 T. I. Salt
SO boxea Tobacco, various qfa'itinv*
4 bags Sumatra pepper, spire, cinnamon,
cloves, cocoa, soap cnndleo, alum^ copperas,
indigo, madder, ink and inkpowders, paints,
oils.&c. To those »ho wish for a superior
artiel* in the f!roi-rrv line, I won Id sav, try
mine, yJu w ill find them piod and cheap.
QUEEXSWARE.
2^0 sets common teas, 200 seta edged plates
35 doz bowls various sizes a'l-J pattern?,
creams, chambers, pitchers, nappies, white
granite coffees, niattrrs,
HATS AND CAPa
1 fine seal nnd o'tercaps,
I doK. nutria and i do* fine mnskrat d*
3 doz.Ole Bull and 3 doi Canada caps,
It del. common mnskrat do
Mens1 children*' and infants' cloth aad vel
vet caps
I doz. new style Cassimero Hats,
1 dcz. round crown drab do
Silk, Ruseia and fur hats nnd hatetSMk
bry GOODS.
Fine blue and black wool dyed cloth"
Tweed, black cassim'-res,
Ribd and diamond, Taris, cord, black, Mae
gray do.
Reaver and pilot cloth, sheeps* gray
Blue and brown filled cloth, satinetts
Jeans, bardtimes, silk and fancy hdkFs
Red, white, green snd Canton Flannels
Superior silk velvet and common vesting*
Fancy ard plain alpaca?, Gro do Swiaa
Shawls, lscee, edgings, .awns, jacoaetM
White and colored cambric*
Striped and plain Swiss mn si iris
Very fine Irish linen, gingham
New style of Amrricnn prints, cheefcft
Plaids, linseys, bed licking drilling
Donitatic, blankets, caavacs, paddrng
Silesia, brown Holland, w«rs!«-d and xilk
coat and vest cord and bindings, silk twist,
thread, tape, sporting buttons', cord, horn,
and gilt coat and vest buro.-is, iv-ry, horn,
wood and German silver conina, hoscj gloves,
and mittens. A larga assortmeut ol whin
thonjrs.
School Books and Superior Stationery.
Hoots and Shoes.
Mens' and bo\V boots snd brogins
Gentlcmens' slippers
WomcM' call hooteep and kid shoes"
Ladies' fine kid, leather and gambroneslip
pers.
Hardware.
Nails, brads, spikes, Norfolk and Ameri
can latches, blind fastenings, Pari't hing-«,
butts and screws, window springs door, pad,
till, cheat, cuDboard and t'nnk locka,
WILLIAM
60
48
24
24
46
fl
300
200
ous
files-
raepa, hnnimcrs. hatchet*, ares, augers, cho
rds, pimblct", screw drivers, brad awls,
tacks, float?, butcher and shos knives, mill,
cross cut and hand saws, saddlers awls,
wool cards, cattle cards, currv combs, sad
irons, tea kettles, stew oans, fry pans, hollow
ware, superior and common table and pocket
cutlery, German silver and iron table and tea
spoons, coopers ad2es and butts, hair, clothes,
counter^ blapking and scrubbing brushes
wood and metal liquor gates, purcussion caps,'
flints, and many articles not mentioned.
PKE LUMBER.
SfO thousand fee* snd 20 sawed pine
Lath, A part of jhis lumher is of a verv su
perior quality of clear stuff from tho Bis Bull
Falls, Wisconsin River, and wili be sold at
the lowest rates for cash or produco.
I return my sincere thanks for past favors
and solicit a continuation of your patronage,
and I wiah yon all not only one happy new
year, but a great many,
1 have a large stock of goods and am very
anxious to sell and will sell cheap in ex
change for wheat, corn, oats, flaxseed, dry
hide*, bees-w .x, and the «root of all evil'
money-—will not be refused.
F.
J.
C. PEASLEY.
Burlington, jan 4 '45
BRITANIA
And German Silver Ware.
THEesubscriber
Imjwrter of, aud dealer ia China, Glass and
Hardware.
dec 28*44
CLEHES'8 UflMAH TOXIC*
Doe. tt
1
FEW Bottles of this celebrated Indi
an cure for the Ague and Fever, for
•ale at the Cm Daw 8TOJO.
J. READ.
GARRETT ft CO., at th« sin
of the "Great Western," are now receive
inr and opening one of 'he largest and mo,t «x
tensivo assortment, of Boot* and Shot s of every
I description and quality ever offered in this city,
which have been selected with' great mre and al
ien tioi expresslv for retailing farmers and others
wishing to su|ipfv thur families with a pood arti
cle of hoots and shoes will do well to call land ex
amine our assortment before purchasing
where, ll c,ou*i«t* in part of. ... ..... ....
84 pairs mens' thick booia*,
do
tfo
do
do
dO
do
do
do
do
do
do
kTr
340
3(10
ccived cgd for *ale. by
apr 19 "45
J. G. LAUMAK.
Burlington, Iowa, Sept. 2$ '44—tf
A HAPPY NEW YIAR.
FrER wiehipjr you all a happy new
year, I would most respectfully inform
you that I have the following articles for
(•ale and nianv mori*
"i.'-v wS.
calf do..
Morocco boot*",
)S
/'*'**v
seal do
thick brogans, "d( jA
kip Monroes, •.
do boy* thick boot*,i
do youths do do
do boys and youths thick aid kip bfd
ga»s, ...
women* hi^h and low kip, cnlf, mid
-S
sot
400 do
Moiocco shoes, ,..
do ladles kid slippers,
do do COIMUtOU do
do misses do
do children* shoes of every jm^'shapi
and quality.
do gentlemen,' dancing pumps,
IbS. green ftioe thread, I
do hemlock tunned sole leathet,
do oak do dn do
The above with a great many kinds too numer-
120
160
40
300
nvrntion rer.d^i* our tt«cjc so complete that
ir ui with a call cannot *ail
regard to price aad quality.
w uus iw mri'itun ITIMI-
trace chains, halter chain?, augers, braces ana those whs may fovsr us with n c*!l cannot 'miI io
bitts, iron and steel squares, plane irons, bolts, be please I bothiu 1
latches, hinges, pulleys, snuffers, cut tacks,
shovel and tongs, patent balances, nails and
spikes, fl-c., Jjrc. Also, a general assortment of
Drugs and Dye Stuffs, Groceries, Queens ware,
mar 2ft '45
Scythes,
11
'UST RECEIVED add for sale by
mar 29 '45 A JVRETT & CO.
".'yiijr
Linen*
PIECES Pro. Linen ri
8 do Drab do
6 do Grass do
6 00 Whit* Lioen DrUii
10
i DrUiiag,. just re
3 6 LAUMAN,
Water it.
Rio Coffee.
Ir
A Sacks prime Rio Coffee, just received
01 direct from New Orleans and for sale
cheap, by
apr 12 45
J. G. LAUMAN,
Water, below Jefferson ft
Saws.

POz. Mi if and Cron-out Saws,
Hand do
2-' Webb and Panne) do *f"
I Wood, jurttrsc«ived and rar inTe, hr
J. G. I.Ati.MAN."
apr 26 '45 Water street.
Shawls trom $1 to $15.
INCLUDING
assorted patterns of Damnsk silk
Cashmere,broclie, muslin delaines,Tu^lion*,
chene, nett, Rob Roy Ac, for sale by
nov 9 COPP & PARSONS
Wagons.
IVE or six two horse wagons of John Hen
nor's manufacture, of Pennsylvania, war
ranted s very superior article, for sale by
june 1 '44 W. 4 S. M'CUTCHEON.
Wanted.
TllOt*S\ND good Coon Skins for which 1
will pay t: e Ii iarhest inarket prira in c»«h or
(mar 30 WES! ET JONES
goods
COACH FACTORY^
Corse & ffarrlman,
RiETURN
their thanks to the citizens ol
Iowa and Illinois, for the liberal share ol
public patronage which they have received, and
embrace this oppoitunity of informing them that
they have removed from their old stand, on Jef
ferson street, to a more commodious building,
situated on the corner of Valley and Main sts..
vvherr they are prepared to furnish at the short
est notice, any description of Carriages now in
use, the workmanship and durability of which
have been fully tested in this vicinity and need
no further recommendation.
They have just received a good and general
assortment ol" materials from I^ew York, Pitts
burgh and Wheeling, of the latest style, to wit:
lace fringe, patent leather eliptic springs, &c..
&c., which will enable them to furnish work at
rates to suit the purchaser. Produce of every
description taken in payment for work.
may 18 '44—6m
Important
To Jfaue-Jtw/rtTs,
House-holder*, atuJ
JMe-
chanics generally.
The find China, Glass, Queens snd Hardware
Store in Iowa.
McINTIJlE, importer of. and dealer in
the above goods, has fixed on the city ol
I Burlington for the transaction of mercantile bu
sine-s, and has just opened a wcil selected as
I sortment of goods, which he offers for 4a!e both
by Wholesale Retail at the St. Louis prices.
I).
Although he deems it unnecessary to go into
particulars, yet he would say. that in this estab
lishment will at all times be found every article
in his line adapted to the wants of town and
country. Retailers especially throughout the
Territory will always find a full Stark of com
mon ware to suit the wants oi"their customers in
a new country. To the Mechanics of Burling
ton and neighboring towns he would just re
mark, that he will make it his constant care to
be well supplied with edge tools of every descrip
tion, and of the best manufacture. Orders from
a distance thankfully received and carefully and
promptly executed.
£3" The Iowa City Standard and Keosauqua
Democrat will each publish the above to the
amount of $5, and charge the advertiser.
New Leather Store.
THE
subscriber is about opening,
Mr.
Barker's large brick building on Front
street, a tew doors north of the Steamboat Hotel,
a NEW LEATHER STORE, where lie will
at all times constantly keep on hand sole and
upper leather, call and morocco, lining, binding,
shoemaker's findings &c. Also, shoemaker's kits
and tools.
He will also exchange leather of all kinds for
raw and dry hides, as he is about establishing a
tannery in Burlington or its vicinity. Personr
in the county having hides which they wish
tanned can be accommodated by the subscriber
on the most reasonable terms.
juno 29 '44—ti. ,T. F. FIECIITNER.
Jewell's Patcnt Car) Plough.
THE
*uh*criber would inform In
pared
having the Agency for the
sa of Bcitania Ware, has just opened ct
tbe China and Hardware Store, corner of Third
aad Jefferson sts., a complete assortment of the
above goods, comprising in part. Coffee Pots,
Tea Pots, Sugars, Creams, Bowls. Tumblers,
Knives and Forks all of which he offers at
manufactoring prices. D. McINTIRE,
Straps
A LARGE COW i/ihic^
JA. color i* white and blsck u
chiefly on her lore quarters. •lUi^'Ml W
over hir „de, .nd
remarSabty Lrfc cow, .J
aoce wiold prulmblr weigh alwIZv,»ito.
pounds. She ii about cirht ts*.
b«iag returned to the Mhst.fo,/
Chains
'\NR THOUSAND KM'"
yj »00 pairs
tale,
apr *S '45
r*—rr——t3-
'Cringiiams.
1 PIECES Ginghams just re^iv*!
AsC sale, by (j LiirS'.^fC
ap#IV& Hi if
Hoes.
rpF.N DOZ. Garden ,„d C„.
KOTICE.
ECEIVED per str.imer MrwUi. 1
day of July 184n, one sign
(B.) inscribed( has. B. Taylor,
1 hand barrow, 9 lengths old pulrin*
small gates, ti half shatters. PnleS
mentioned articles are cMled for^ .1 ',ri
f.om date, the same will be sold ,0
l\
Boiled
Tirn
undersigned have jut
Fa,',orv-
"YTP
I fre-li supply j-Mt received bv TWI.Lni.Nr
•iorlington, and D. V. feOLK. Kaicfieis
nov 16 '44 -f
lim ill! iirfm 11 ii.i.N
The tx^ifftinns rich blnmt, tul (M
hn*c~n soenti/U: !nsis. The ri'iicu!' sis'"
hare nlltnifi'ril to t*t 01* IhtM f»»Blsnou w
wininsi. must rccoil ti -nt Ihtmttlres oi lurtl|«
that Truth v Hi) rn 1.
Rraudretli's Pll!«.
1
Tni* rffi ct of t!'i* IcbiHied ine.lirioo Ithn
rify 'he IiIikhI to conve-t ttwi poor, rirrtjt
blood, into healthy, rich blood. Aad it i«
rouse lliry do this t'mt they hnve l»een sn
sought »Mer bv all tlaite* of e«r riti/ec» w1®
have renuired n.ediciiir. Aid it i« heciw.e nf
v.irer Rraudreth I'ilU are la
hralth-rS or r«, that render* tht-tii «e fnmlw.
'I h»(v cure nil a/R-ctibn,. simnly b"C»n«e lh»»
n»Ve tbe blond pnre—abstract onl of it th"
fjnaiitie* which iiro.'ece dt«a»#, giv* t®
ttin«e fTi»litie« whir.h produce «!|I|.
Now every s«»lid purt nt the h'tinsn frsme't
made from tlie 1 loud, snd the food we r*' is rffl
veitttl into blood io »Uiio?y the w««tenor t»rHiee
»re eqiitiniinllt snstTioinj So in the ordinary
Course of nature we maiuf»rtnre oiireniir^ Kwi e»
111 ahoiit uine years from the food taken i*So "»r
.tomaeti*. Siiopose the blood made ia thi« »t i*
ach ol onr» is iin-oiiHrl, impure, oecmkined
some cause or other it may refer to the prec«
i Ir generation no matter, we inake, inipai*
blood, and if so rmnvt lie health'. Or «tiL'po«
the sir we ave lived in for some linn- li»»
IOHI'i-iI with matters ('elr.uK ottil to healtfc.'ar »of
lood for a long period h«s ben ol aa tnaah.vr.
some kind, or that the mind h:i. been roaifc
troublr d—
for grief, anxiety, or rr«i*t aitenli"" t*
any particular point is sure to occasion haJlBri tS
on the blood. Any of t^ese cmues exi»(ia|,
foi
blood raniiot he applied to the dy
lint let I'randretli a Tills be used daily #*lw
th.ite ciirunistanrea in doset of fiom two to stl
pills, or HS l!\e case shall eeteruiine. WRMls
their efler l? It i, |o carry off the. iniiura utiUtn
from the hlood, leaving onW the good to rene»
evi i v part of the body. What oimoad now
becomes found, nnd the «t una' soon £»t» i«W
so hrHlthy a cr.nliti 111 tlHt even h»d air Of
wholtion ffod for a time are unaide to injur*
she health m»teril!v. Kven when the cliaul*
»r food routiiiuc unhtalthy. the occasioaal uw
the Drandreth Fills will separate the impurep»di
and innse their espuUion, tenving what isf'--3*
to siinpty lile and siienelh to the I dy.
lien the bone* are diseased, when evi'ry fits.
ificftion of I he frame Is out of order, the lir»«
drtth lill*. will in nineteen cases out of twenty
CITRIC. Iemender
I
friend* and
customers that he ha« now on hand a large
I v
1
and east with the same circle as the monl board ^«»^/*«r»rts .ecured \vLete«l'
u n i i e n e s e e a i s e v e n a o
9
i
bilitv ot its choking, even in the most foal ground.
The heel of tbe landslide is also cast with a chill,
which will prevent it* wearing so fast, thereby
causing the plough to ran less steady thaa when
To those who have o*ed the*e plough*, (nnd
there are thousand* of the best farmers in Mi*.
*oori and Illinois who have,) not one word a* to
their pertormaoce need be said. To those who
havo not tetted theis superiority over all ether
kind* now in use wkji «*, and their perfect ad
aptation to our light,aloamy soil, 1 will *ay that
yoa weald proasot* yame interest* by giving them
a trial. You will ind them Io work easy foe veur
taaM, t« do tbe werk with great eapedition'and
Io do it Well, The moqldboard being made of
wroogtit \ron, of a pecllvar ahap«. and the entire
shear of steel, they *conr bright la sll soils, which
i» the great desiderata as ia a plough for thia sec
tion ot country.
plough i
HUDSON K. BRIDGE,
cceisbri
»r to Bridge Hale.
fAunfi VMH
din
f!j
I .. a sutiable reward and til
1
pcust* will be paid.
Fairfield. I. T., Ap, i ^!th, '45
N. It. The cow ha»ii»r com* a__
may bavo-strayed ta the Mieejtjij—P*®
uiay II) '4» rl**
r-« «ea.
li
1
***y.
i*
LA»Uf?4S,
*ter st
*1
Uo4t
J. reived and lor snle, by r,.
2,1145
Sr«
in
A-
1°'
tb
flH
'IP
,f=
or!(,ni,.
..
Stable in the rear 0 FoZ i
u ...1 .* liMTimst*1.
r.',"ch
,h7 Tn',BdkStn,r
all Junes a cood and general as«or!,nen
0f
ho
and carriages of every description, to scit -•1 1
public and they hope by faithful 'atte-V»•
business to merit a share of public patron,.!"
Persons wishing their horses kent by thi
would do well to srive th"m a cMi'befoi"^,^
ing elsewhere f.fr they ph,l»„ them«f|^':
keep on hand at all tunes, pl»nfV of g00(j
ender, and good and attia^ive o«-tlen.
•hall be S|)ored to render general .fstisfatturlai
t.
j#?:. McCALLON, COH8E A. rl
may 18 '44-3m
Ciuli rever, DumbAjiw Int.
mittent & Remittent }Vv..-x v
all the various forms n:
Bilious DistMspN,
SPEEDILY
8c
ti
tit
tea
Xo
'C
All
THOROUGH LY
U E
®s&oo(isIndia /.
W./iRUjtM'hb IS LI KHY L\STJyCi
'1 Ins 1 nliitible nn 'Uri.tf wan pri :i*n [n,
Mttnsive practice ol »eter*l jei.r« in a iitivt
C'i mte, and i* never known to tail
KhcIi boitlK of nudiLiiw i, accompaniol *n!i
'aniphiet on the »i«es. Tientweut and C#n i
Kevei atxl ^?f.'iie. and ot'irr |ine.i,rj of biliw
('limates. containing miieh valn*il ii|..rnn,ifc
nut IIIMV be had gi silia ol tbe. uiid r»ig:ne.!
tHai
uf
riin-.j
rer Ji% f. or 01 the alio,,
!•«•»,f,.
It i« equnllv ff. ctual for the tnri n( i.iTtrrf'i
plaint, JauiiJiec, enU I'lff ilient of Liter *l«o. fj.
Isreement Ol Spb eii, c»!lr1 Apt* Tike,
the varioui toinil of bdi.iu* I, Jin-i, n. IK...
with Itte ottier v.,ned attectionn ol such rliimtn,
Hii«injf from a common minrnnl c«tiu. rf«
tiiO'!ifi' uiions e| tlie. unme citea,*, and eijulli
controlltd b\ the same rt-iueiiv.
lirsiilerl* of hilinus cliiitile', emiprsnti,
perjouj traveling llirc.ii^li intecieit i!i»(ri«
country, will bud tlie Cbolngogue in iiiMrutu
nd »l)«oliite |revent've.
loM
•Mil
Ft
Wh
At
I
Bro
the
A
o
that the bo'lv caa he eniirelr
re made trom the fiod. bones ami all: ««d *i0» «l
by thi* loos* beneficial medicine, in a quarwr it
tlie lime il takism the orc.'inari coarse ol nst""*
In from two to four je. rs an eutirtlr new lual'hy
tiody ran be elf hanged
for
the satonnd. th' f*'*"
easerl, tlie mi-erabb one, The tltiuiie,«urquict
nes* of the change altogether dtpenJing u|ion the
etbet the Rrandreth I'tMs are nia-lc t* produ's:
^vl"ch eflect cm]
|r
geMdual) (1 jnt as tnr pstieSt
please. No po«,ible iiijnrv can result trom this.
•ioth:nr but od ran tollmv. aquire the edett
til" ISrandretb'* Pill* among year unprejudiced
mr
that tliert: is no rl»k in niak'iig the trial. an li"t
von mil not be doing onrself justice witho'll it.
When your l.liod i-once pur* nothing tlie
shape of loud will hardly me amiss nothn»S
will aonr npon -.(ior atomaeh: ou may est pi's,
or ain thinr in real ib and the grater variety ct
I tbe b« ter bhod is made. All who h»»*
sopplv of the above justly celebrated ploueha. of, "1 'tomm-l.a, who are dyspeptic, or ia styj*'/
this year', ma „u fact ore, and is therefore pre
pared to fill all orders at the shortest notice. .eih s I U-«h.ch will .adeed ttrc«l
Within the pa«t year 1 have added some ra|. Pr,"r,l'l«- and bv persev. ra.ice w^htbe#,
uable improvement! to «aid pHu»h. The moold-I '-V
rtnfJ* ,'1*.
board i. I 1-2 inches higher, and i, laslened to 'T" 'V J1 ^od« *'V
the .tandard with bolt* and screw, instead of! *n1 ".'TV
rivets a* formerly, ll can therefore be easitv i or bad flesh. And bear in miad,
taken off for repair* or anv other purp.se. at rethslnlyure'v p, nly .he
pleasure. The standard is also i inche, higher.
1
,w bodj the
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fL^h*
Pr'l' 'r,"S
n e e 1 0
Urandrtth, 20th January, 1S43.
The extracts of whiih Urandreth's Pi"*
composed and obtained by Ibis new pates*
cess, without boiling or any application of
The eetive principle ol the* herbs i* tb»»
«cu"
the same as it i* in the livin® vegetable.
Tha public should be cautiou* of medtw"*
rouiuieuded in advertisement* stolen fr.ai l»*-
A sure teu of genuine Brandreth
ine the box of pills then look at the c«rt»»csl«^
agenoy. whole engraved date mast be
with!*
Tlw pill* are sold at IS feats per.
341
broad way
374
»a»
year, which every authorised ageac ojP«|U**v'
if the three labels on the bo*
three label* on the eertifiv vte, tbe
if not, they are Mao.
Bioadway. aid
•tract, New York. Mr*. Bootk fi I#
Brooklyn and by 20,000 agent» irt" -u,
State* and Canada, whose cert feats* aad pj
*boahi be carefully eunimd or* percS**®
made. Also, for aalo by
k
COPP PASS 'Its, H"*-w-.
BarUagtaa, Iowa, JaqrW-

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