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Iowa territorial gazette and advertiser. [volume] (Burlington, Iowa Territory [Iowa]) 1840-1846, January 03, 1846, Image 4

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BALES 7-8 and 3-4 bro. sheeting}
5 ewes 3-4 4-5 5-4 blcached do
S bates brown drilling
tO pieces 6-8 and 4-5 apron checpf
30 do bed ticking^
80 do plain and plaid linsiys
w 60 do clue bl'k and mix'd satinetfs
60 do Ky. jeans, all co'or* and prices
600 do British, French and American
J'" prints
100 lbs. white and col'd skeir cotton
2(10 doz. ass'd do
J* sale, by W.F. COOLBAUGH* CO.
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Caps.
FINE
OTTER CAPS, We ham a few of
these superior otter caps left, call soon for
Acr an going fast.
pet 11, '45 WM. GARRETT A CO.
HATS.
A
BONNETTS.
I', havejast Uijf itMarlmml of
btnoelts. such as, l.« gSorn, p'ain nnd fancy
straw, plnin. fluted lawa asn' cs prim, and e* »ect
ail a feW day* a larrt lot of different kind*, which
•01 be sold very low bv the drt« n or single one,
w
March «. '45.
Hcrriltg.
||Q BOXr.9 SroU-h Herring, j«st received aad
WW for aala Tar* cheap, br
jaa
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WE
bave just received per Osprey. a large
assortment of b»nt« and shoes, ronsisting o"
the following. Calf. Kip, Moracco, Seal, and
Thick boot*, men's and boy's kip shoes, women's
Strap and high shoes, Indie" and mint* kip shoes
all af which will be to
14 cheap by
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BUe^WMW^waasi ain
SPLENDID ••oriment of (tuhbuili, bra
r«r aad cassiniere lin«• of iSe latest fash
•factured In order in Philadelphia, iusl
ived. by W. F. COOLBAUGH CO.
J*
WM. GARRETTE A CO.
March 22, '45.
Fancy Articles.
A
VARIETY of fancy, jt and gold neck
laces French cut »hiwl and breast
•ins, jet and pearl aliirt studs, hair pins, *c
JMt opened and for sale cheap, by
oei 4 '45 J. G. I~4UMw4N
Quinine.
IZjBk OZ. super sulphata da Quinine. jastjre
Vw ceived and for sale low, ly
flap. 27 '45 J. G. LAPMaN. VYater-st.
Brown and Bleached Sheetings.
BALES 4-4 and 7-8 Rockbridge, Fatn
ily Stark Mills and Elkton sheetings,
aad 4 cases blcached do. iuat received and
IWr sale, by J. G. LAUMAN
act 4 *45
Writing Paper, Slates,1 Quills, &c.
FIFTY
Reams writing paper ass'd qu&litjff
50 ream? wrapping do do do
1CL000 uuills 10 doz slates a3s'd quality, just re
ceived, ny [sept 20 '15] Weslkv Jonf.s.
Bonuet and Bonnet Ribbons.
Y AD1ES-superior Florence braid, English
A straw, velvet, open willow and silk b»n
iitta. Also, Misses' jacqua.d and lawn do.,
together with an assortment of rich new style
ribbons, received and for sale low bv
oct 4'45 J. (. LAUajAN.
Apr
HARDWARE.
|S DOZ- Spirit levels, assorted sizes,
JI 4 do borse-shor ra?p Ea 12 13 and 14 in.
3 do mill saw files Et 11 12 and 13
KIMBALL A CO.
Jamaica Spirits.
3CASKSmistake,
pure old rum, 16 years i& barrel,
and no for sale by
jang 23 '45 KIMBALL & CO.
Carpeting.
OUR PS. Hemp and Ingrain Carpeting, first
~*"i goods and very cheap, by
KIMBALL If CO.
Caseimeres.
LACK, blue black, striped and plaid cassi-
ft
1
saerea, soma htinliful styles on haud and
by GARRETT 4 CO.
aug 23 '45
Testings.
£ILKand
Velvet, satin, fig'd silk, merino, valen
cia narsailles vesting on hand and for
at GAiillETT & CO'S.
., aug 23*4
Flannels.
Soiuetliiug
jJJIOR heartburn, acidity,dyspepsia, Ac. 1 doz.
only of Gage's magnesia fluid, first rate
article and no mistake, for »ale by
ang 23 '45 K1 MB ALL CO.
n
Sweet Wiue.
|jU
VE CASKS Malaga ine,for sale low. b*
ang 2S '45 KIMBALLtCO.
MO piecci rinti.
^kTEW aod elegant style |rinW. i"tt rrcetred
a«d for sale, by Ci ARRf.TT tr CO.
t** aept 30 '45
w Alpaccas.
PS. Alpaccas and Cobarg ehttftt of all
qualities and shades, jest rrccivrd anW for
ghla taw. by (sep20'4j) GARRETT 4 CO
Cassimeres.
n
PS. blue, black and fancy raninisfss fast
received aud f.r sale I•» by
sspt 20 "45 GARRKTT A CO,
2opsSatinetts,
i kHStim, j«tt urn,
,by UAK^l.Tl
A LL colors
A aaic low, by
i aapt t9 '45
and fo
UAK^l.T if CO.
25 ps Kentucky Jeans,
prices, just received and for sale
.by (sepXO'46) GARKK1 & CO.
vagal' Bilious Fills.
TVrFEftKNT
jA FIRST late article for the Bilious and
j\ those who tkivei, Tlicse pills are a safe
•Mtaurt xmaadj lor the bea-Uche,derangemont
ac t^a stdfnaih and bowels and all bi4ioi.s eom-
le ie?e ¥,vef
Ague.
Wa nfiuly
ShouKT be thein if they wish
to be always healthy. For saleat4* c«»ta»er
tSH» IkUUiW^mljr
".•••*•
A
*4 '45 3 (i. I.MJMAN.
nolasKt.
Nreceived
O. MOLASSKS—30 bbW. new crop, j'ist
par
Steamer rotcai. for sale cheap
for caak.br J. (». LAUMAN.
ay 24 '45.
Solar Lamps.
ME1HE Subscriber inf. rina those persons
A who have expressed a wish to obtain a
Mperior article of Table Solar Lump, that he
fcas just opened an assortment of very splen
did I amps of almost every d?acriptinn with
Marble bare. His assortment cmiracra airfr
tttrat, tolsr. some beautiful and aptenriid
•(ore, eatrv and Church with light*.
aug«3'45 D. MclNTlRE.
u
do flat bastard do Ea I I 12 and 13
to do handsaw do Ea 41 and 5
flh»h planes, tongue and groove do. bench do,
't*pad» ass'd do patent saw sets, together
.«jvtb a general assortment of building mate
t^ls snd other hardware, just reeeived and
fur sale cheap for cash or produce, by
4 *46 J. G. LAUMAN.
Sim
-V
Idqitors.
|5PW0 BBLS. Old Holland gin,
JL 3 do do Swan do
10 do N. York brandy, prima article,
1
casks old port wine, the best in market,
casks prime old cogniac brandy
5 pipes 4th proof do do, pure
towvich they invite the attention ofcoun
jkv Malers.
•H23'45
_a. jf^js-
.^,^-:...-I,A
«*8ehool Books, &< I
JUST RECEIVED. 1
Oft DOZ Elementary and Epleclic spelling'
AV books 10 doi. 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th,
reader, McGaffcy's 5 doz. Ray's and Smith's
grammar and arithmetic 5 doz Smith's and
Mitchell's geography and atlas 10 doz Emer
son's 1st arithmetic 6 doz testaments, bibles
and bymnbooks 2 dos Walker's and Webster's
school dictionary 10 doz priuimers assorted 5
doz blank books assM sizes 5 doz copy books,
pass books, wafers, ink, and lead pencils.
sept 20 '46 Wesley Jones.
Coats! Coats!!
FRENCH
Cloth Dress ami Frock Coats, made
in the latest New York stvle» for sale *try
low, at [aept 27 '45] GAftRKTT CO.
Suspenders.
A
LARGE lot of web cotton worsted and gum
itispaadera, jnat recur*d and far nalc,
sept SO '45 GARKETT* CO.
Brown Domestic,
HEAVY article of brown domestic and bro'
drilling! of Iht best biaiuU, for sale low, by
•ept 20 '45 AU RETT CO.
2
Oil.
BBLS .Sperm Oil, received at
oct 4 '45 K1MR ALL'S
Mouse
lis de Lainet, Ac.
A
LARGE acsortmcnt of super Cashmeres de
Ecosa Cashmere rep and chameleon de
laius.juu received and forsale.br
•ept '45 J.G.LAUMAU.
Corn, Corn.
5nfJA
BUSHELS Corn wanted in
change for goods, by
•ct 4 '45 WM. GARRETT A CO
FUESH ARRIVAL,.
60 Cases Boots and ShoesL
THE
aubfcriher has just received and is now
opening a I a rye and well erlarlad stock ot
BOOTS J.YD SHOES
Consisting in part ot
Me it'a super calf boots, V
da do kip do
do water prjof da
d« coarse pe^ 1 do
do *u|er w«»d calf •"owr..
\euth s and Boy i boots,
do uo kip and heavy bfogans.
Women's super French kid clippers and bmkhis,
do sewed and prg'd calf lace bootsi,
do sewed teal shoes,
'Misses' slipix ra and buskins,
do seal tic s. Also, children's shoes of all des
criptions and prices. All of which are offered at
aausualiy low prices for cash or produce, by
J. G. LAIJMAN,
sept 20 '45 Water, below Jeiierson st.
Queenaware.
I
HAVE Juat received and am now opM*
iug 15 packages Quecnsware, among
which, are entire dinner cet», tea sets, cham
ber sets, together with a general assortment
of common ware, which will be sold cheap
for canh er produce, wholesale or retail, by
oct 4'45 J. G. LAU VAN.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1
Ofh ASI'.S p.p«ortcd tc*otanfl s!»oes,coiu
prisirj the InrgcM nnti most ^rncral
sortuifcut ever brought to thi^ iu «rki t, fir sale, bT
®ept 27 *45 W. F. COOLU AUr.H U CO,
New Publications.
DE
v
ROHAN, Sue's last novel
The Smugg'er, a new novel by Jamaa
Self, a new novel by the author of Cecil
Lardner's Lectures No's 3 and 4
Pictoral Bible No's 28 and itf
Irish Sketches, complete to No. 21j
Ruth Whaley
Ladies' National and Columbian}
Magazines for Ju'y, for sale, by
jaly 5 '4a J. F. TALLANT.
Broad Cloths.
JUST
received, one picce sup. German blue
brnad cloth, one do do English broad
cloth aiso, others of different col i», for sale
cheap, at KI ii A I.L S
July 19 '45 One 1'ru e iStor«.
Looking Glasses.
GOOD ARTICLE, on hand ami fbr ssfle,by
aug 23 '45 Wm. GARRETT & CO.
Bellowses, Vices, and Anvils.
BLACKSMITHS
Bellowses, Vices, and An­
vils, just received and for sale at the Chi
na and Hardware store, opposite the Barret
House. [aug 23 '45] D. McJN 1 IRE.
Cassinaere.
1
PIECE French Dm SkinCatsimere, a splen
did article, at KIMBALL'S.
july 19 'J5
I'Wr the Ladies.
BONNETand
RIBBONS and flowers Ladies'
cravats neck ties plain, barred and
striped muslins edgings, insertiiigs and thre»l
edgings and laces, for sale by
aug 2 '45 A RRETT A CO.
Selling Off.
HAVING
a large stock of desirable goods on
baud, and wishing to make way for afresh
fall supply, we will dUpose of our present stock
cry low for caih} or to punctual customers,
aug 2 '45 WM. GARRETT & CO.
Saddles.
ON
hand nnd for sale cheap for Whest o?
Cash, a splendid assortment of saddle*,
bridles, martingales and saddle bags. Call snd
see before you buy.
aug 2'45 WM. GARRETT A CO.
ttlk Hose.
1
DOZ heavy English black silk hose
1 do do do do ribbed h««e
I China d* do
just received and for sals at LAUMAN'S.
july 19 '45 Water itrsst.
Mourning Goods.
2
PS. white, blue and col'd cotton flannels
40 ps red, white and yellow woollen do
sale cheap, by
sept 27'45 W. F. COOLBAUGH & CO.
PIECES Mourning BaUariius, very cliekp,
3 do do Lawns, 10 picce. Mount
ing Prints, 2 pieces Msurning Ginghmut, sxle
cheap, at [july 19 '45] KlMUALl/b.
Cambrics.
yi/\ PIECES plain striptd and barrsd.Caa^
4vF brica. Jacooetts, Muslins, &(., far tale, by
july 19 '45 KIM a ALL.
Gloves.
4
DOZ. Ladies' Kid Gloves, 4 do*. Picnic Mits
aad Gloves, 10 dit. pr. gent, ami Udies col
ored Gloves, 4 doi. silk thread GKvc», ior sale,
by w (July 19 -45] KIMBALL.
,1} Starr Candles.
A
FEW Boxes of superior Starr candles
nearly equal to sperm, for sale at the St.
Louis prices. D. MclNTlRE.
aug 23 '45
Paris White Tea and Dining Ware
HE subscriber has just received at his
China and Hardware store opposite the
Barret House large additions-to bis stock of
Tea and Dining Ware, which he offers for sale
at Philadelphia and New York prices with car
riage added. Tea and Coffee cups,
French shape,
a very splendid article, aud well
suited to board
ing houses and Hotels.
aug 23,'45 D. MclNTlRE.
Guu Barrels.
AN
assortment of rifle barrels from the eel
eorated Dayton Manufactory, just receiv
ed and for sale, at reduced prices.
D. MclNTlRE,
aug 23 -45 corner of 3d and Jefferson ft.
New Books.
[pOKRKSTAL. 0/ tks Lisbt of th% Asofi
Tlie Maiden
Nights of the Round Table
Lard iter sad Ai ago's Astronomical
The Robber of the Rbiusi
Mrs. Peck's Pudding V I
The Cotton Lord
Grimaldt, the Clo'wn, by Diclctflify
Dr. I'ite's AcdlMts the Invocation )f the
S.iiuts
No. 2i Harpers"niuminstcd Hi
celretfahil for tale, by J. jr
*.
,*
•SMMMmmmmm
Artificial Flowers*
SPENDID assortment of French Bou
quets (for hats,) abeautifttl article of face
flowers, bonnettabs, (withflowers) Ac., on hand
and for sale cheap, by
oct ii, '45 Garrett a co.
A
HATS.
0£C CASES Russia, casaimere, ailk and
moleskin hats also, white and black
wool do. for tale wholesale or retail, by
oct 4 '45 J. G. LAL1 MAN.
Domestic and Foreign Hardware.
THF.
subscriber has made considerable ad
ditions to his stock of Hardware, and is ad
apted to farmers, mechanics, house-keeping and
hou«e building. Almost every article wanted
in the saddlery line. D. MclNTlRE.
Blue Drills,
NE case, afirst rate article, for sale cheap, by
O
1
may 31 '*6 GARRETT k CO.
MW 9f«p.
BARROWS'
New Map of IOWA, poeket
form, with Congressional boundaries
marked out, and all the counties and tewns
accurately laid down, for the use of travel
lers. Fot" sale by 1. F. TALL ANT,
may 31 '45
Notice to Brickmakers.
THE
subscriber wishes to call the attention »f
brick niHkers to an improved patent press
for pressing brick, invented and patented by J.
Sme.d!y, ol I'a. From 5 to 800 bricks per hour
can br: made with this press with esse. Persons
wishing to purchase cau have the press on trial.
Numerous testimonials of its superiority are now
in uiy possession. Call and see it.
tiAPsr
O/k l^OZ. common muikrat cajpii
"^vf 10 d. super do do
20 do men and boys'Sealet do
2 do do extra fur scnl do
1 do do extra fine otter do together
with a gential assortment of men and boyS* cloth
caps, for sale, by
sept 21 '45 AV.-f. COOLBAUGH Sf CO.
NEW BOOKS.
JUST
received Hurper's Pictoral Bible, No's.
31 and 32, Wandering Jew, No. 13, Knick
erbocker Sketch Book, The Married State. Mon
tezuma. or the Serf, Evelina, by Mi?s Hume}*,
The Seeress of Prevoorst, or The Wonders of
Mesmerism, Dashes at Life with a Free Pencil,
by Willis, No. 5 Penny Magazine, the cheapest
work now published, Godey's Magazine for
July, for sale by
aug *, J. F. TALLANT.
Prints*
fW^HREE hundred ps. fancy and blue prints of
JL all styles, from 7 to 25 ccnts ppr yard, for
sale by '[aug 23 '45] KIMBALL & CO.
Ginghams.
PIECES Manchester, plaid and cotton
Jmt V* Ginghams, and mourning do, at
aug C3 '15 KIMBALL Sf CO'S.
WM. S.BARKKR. S. WAIT.
!,-if i-
-Z'--
Manufacturers of Cabinet Ware
and Chairs,
Wrffey Street, brlwim Main *wf Water
Strcrls, Burlington, Ioira.)
I^IIANKFUL for past favors, would rei
1 pecifully inform the citizentof Bur
lington nnd its vicinity that they have now
on hand n general assortiucnt of nil kinds of
Cabinet Wa'c, iucluding Bureaus, Tables,
Stands, Bedsteads, Ac. 4:c. &c. also:
cz:s-i3 j^sss.s
Of every description, including
full Grecian, Arm, Pnrlor nnd all
kinds of eixumon chairs.
The subscribers, haying n good
stock of materials on hand will
le ready to fill all orders with promptness
and despatch, at as low prices as can be af
forded in the West.
N. B. Bure«u and store drawer knobs kept
constantly on hand and for sale cheap.
BARKER & WAIT.
Jany. 7th 1843. yr.
FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
subscriber having sekcttd his stock
expressly for Spring and Summer use,
would call the attention of his customers and the
public, as he warrants all his articles to he
fresh and good, or uo sale. He has/tot received
50 "7.. French (juinine,
100 lbs. Guai Camphor,
500 lbs. Epsoni Salts,
HI lbs. Magnesia*
|®0 lbs. pine Af. Cavc.n aei,,,
50 lbs. Bay'berry Bark,
1P0 lbs. Uest Peruvian Burks, together With
every article in his line, for sMe l«w, bv
apr 5 '45 J. F. TALLANT, Water st.
TABBY VELVET.
PIECES black tabby velvet, handsome
3 color and different qualities for sale, by
may 31 '45 A RRETT & CO.
Oil Cloths,
QT. LOUIS manufacture, a good articfe, all
O sizes and patterns, for sale cbtap. bv
.1.. io
vic
i \i*i
july 19 '45 KIMBALL.
Plough Moulds.
OfkA DIAMOND Plough Mouldsja«ti*ceiv.
OvJv ed and for sale, bv
HUDSON F.. BRIDGE,
mar 15 *46 Jun.x Foote, Agent.
Co Let.
The
small room south of and adjoining
Schramm's gtocery store en Columbia
street i« for rent, bv
may 3'45 GRIMES & STARft,.
Looking Glasses.
LOOKING
GLASSES and Looking Glass
Plates, constant y on hand) a large assort
ment of looking glasses and plates" without
frames, embracing all sizes between 7X9 anv
20 36, at prices that cannot fail to please.
Private house-keepers, proprietors of board
ing houses and hotels can have their frames fill
ed, now rendered perfectly useless by ti e plates
being broken* D. McINTIUE,
aug 23
'46 opposite the Barrett House.
Important!
B. FOSG ATLL'S ANODYNE CORDI AL.
A $AFe ASO EFFEi rrAL Remedy fo* ths
SUMMER COMPLAINTS,
Viz: D.tarrhma, and Cholera Morbus
also, Flatulent and Spasmodic Colics.
This invaluable Medicine for the above
complaints surpasses sny other remedy now
in use. Hundreds of cases hare come to the
knowledge of the proprietor, where a speedy
cure has been effected by the use of the Cor
dial, after a recort to the common remedies
had proved unavailing. It has been exten
sively used throughout this State and else
where, for many years— has been approved,
snd is used in practice by a great many of the
must respectable physicians, pa may be seen
by their ccTtificates and recommendations
accompanying each bottle.
This medicine is discovered to be a certain
and effectual remedy for the i testine dis
eases, produced by the drinking of the waters
of the rivers iu the southern and south-wes
tern Ststes, which readers it of inestimable
value to those who reside or travel in those
sections of the country.
A facsimile of the proprietor's signature
will be ioucd on the outer label of each bot
tlerji fepgige. Price. 31 cts. For sale by
aJr -U£JP A PARSONS,
My Aldington#
Molauei.
first rate article of sugar house and N- O.
molasses at nov 1 KIMBALL'S.
Lamps.
ASPLENDID
LADIES'
lot of side, image and marble
column super parlor lamps. Japanned and
brass hanging do., also, Britania hand do. Just
received and for sale very low, by
oct 4 '45 LAUMAN.
Hosiery.
superfine alpacca, cashmere and
low hose, black and col'd do. Misses' do
Children's do do.,and Men's black and gray low
and merino half hose, just received and for sale
low, by [oct 4'45] LAUM AN.
Silks and Satins.
PS brown, royal purple and black satin 5
I ps fig'd silks, ass'd qualities cheap.
sept 20 '45 Wesley Jones.
Shawls.
A
SPLENDID assortment of brochie, dam
ask lig'd, Turkerie, cashmere and plaid
woollen shawls, just received and for sale, by
sept 27 '45 J. G, LAUMAN.
Caps.
K /Y DOZ. Otter, fur, seal, mask, cloth and
O Vr glazed caps, new style, just received and
for sale, cheap for cash or produce, by
sept 27'45 LAUMAN.
Cigars.
SUPERIOR
J.«. I.AUMAN,
Water st., be ow Jefferson,
sept 3® '45 |Uawkeye copv
THE
CIGARS. 58 BOXES.received
on consignment at the China and Hardware
Store, opposite the Barrett House. To close
sales they will be sold low.
oct 4 '45
(lead's Concentrated Syrup of Sar
saparilla.
subscriber now otters to ihe public,
his preparation of Sarsaparilla, which hns
been much used at the East, though nevet
heretofore offered for sale. It is not intended
lor euro of every disease, but as a grand ren
ovator of the human system, and perfect rem
edy for such diseases as proceed from an un
free state ot the bloou or habits. It is intend"
ed for scrofulous affections, chronic rheuma
tism. diseased liver, general chronic disorders,
syppilis, and is particularly effacacious in re
moving the effects of mercurv from the svs
tcm. The following recommendations will
satisfy all of the great usefulness of the med
icine. To those to whom Dr. Carroll is known,
his name is quite sufficient.
Attlebc.r..', Mass. Dec. 25,1845.
Read's Sareupanlla has been of j»reat ser
vice in this community, and numerous instan
ces of radical cures might be named. It is
particularly ctficacious in Chronic diseases,
and 1 know of nothing surt in leinovinj the
effects of mcrcury from the system. Though
heretofore made only for nrivate use, its tu
tus has become extensively known.
A. S. Draper.
Being a friend privately and gratuitously
benefitted by the above article, I can freely
say that I agree with all that has been said by
Mr. Draper, and atu pleu«d to learn that the
article is about to be offered publicly for sale,
as the euffeting community will be greatly
assisted by it. D. C. Carroll, M. D.
The above medicine is neatly put up, and
Sold, wholesale and retail, at the City Drug
fctore, by J. READ.
March "29, 1845,
Mill and Cross Cut Saws.
8 F. Subscriber has on hand, and offers for
_1. sale at the Cincinnati prices, 335 feet
of Mill a»p Cross CitSaws.
D. M'INTIRE.
Importer of, a*4 dealerin. China Glass a%d
Hardware. r.,»
jaa 4, HBf
Saws.'
1
P07- Mill and Crdss-tat Saws,
2 I land do
2 Webb and Pannel do
1 Wood, just received and for sale, hf
5 J.G. LAUMAN.
Ipr96'45, Wrtcr street.
TO RENT.
f"| MJE store house on the co'mer ot Water and
I Washington*ts., now occupied by Maj.
W. H. Mauro. The term to commence after the
first day of November next. Enquire of
oct 18, GIUMES STARR.
WATCH AND CLOCK BfAKENG.
3? A.
O band n
wont of GOLD AND SI
Tob,«
n i i I-
FIRE! F1RE!1
PROTECT YOURSELVES AGAINST LOSS!
BY FIRE.
From tlie known ability and punctuality
this company in adjusting all losses covered
loss will find
Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs.
B15L. Best F.astern
Glue. 'V
Consumption of the Luii^k,
Affections of the liver, Asthma, Broscuitis,
Painoh WCAKffStsoPYUE BitEAST or LINOS,
Chrokic Cough,Plci risv, Hemorrhage
of Li ngs, and all atfIictions or ,,
the Pulmonary Organs.
AMONG
nil the famous medieines tar con­
sumption, none seems to be meeting
physicians of tne greatest eminence, through- i
TO THE PUBLIC.
I feel it tny duty, as an act of kindness to
the aftJtctedyto intorm tbem what Wigtar'g
Balsam of Wild Cherry has done for my daugh
ter. There is many a parent who has given
up a beloved daughter or son, as a prey to
that (eel destroyer, CoxsUMrTio*. They have
(as I have done) trn all the most skillful
and most eminent physicians within thsir
knowledge, and all of the most popvlar rem
edies that seamed to hold out soiuu lupe of a
continuancc of life, without getting any re
lief.
To all sucn who like me hare been sack-
bealtn! and lhat too by using five botiles of
Dr. Wistm'a Lulsani o! W iid Chcrrv.
JONATHAN OOLSON:
Greenfield, Fairfield co. Ohio Marcjl '44.
IvEMARKAHLE cures.
Of all the cures that have yet been record
there are certainly none equal to th&two
I mentioned below, and" thiy plainly show the
'curability of Consumption even in some of
its wor»t forma
Let every man, women and child read the
following, aud.ue are sure that it must satis
f) all of the great virtues of the medicine
WILL MIRACLES NEVER CEASE?
MORE EVIDENCE OK ITS SI
ASS 1N (1 N E LT ESTOR ATI V
VIRTUES!!!
ou'
nIKl
WwSiii'"'' Cream Spoons Sufnr
Tongs, Butter Knives, Silver Pencils, Gold i
nDd
ot',er
poons, Mig...
was ,n(iuced
Silver, k Common Specks, Silver Thimbles', W'91"'8 Bal»a»n ot Wild Cherry." The ef
GoId Brrast Pins
Finger Rinc*, Mu«ioa i V ,^8
U y
lt
4
1 Dutch Maddar.
iartals low, ay
apr 3 '45 J. F. TALI.ANT, \N atrr sf.
CLEMEN'S INDIAN TONIC.
FEW Bottles of this celebrated Indi
an cure for the Ague and FeVer, for
Sale
at
3. READ.
the Ciiv Druo Sto3E.
Dec. *1.
Queens ware.
I.2
^IVE Crates common teas
do 9 inch plates
1 do assortetl ware
1 do of glass
In this lot we offer great bargains to Country
Merchant!. J. S. KIMBALL A CO.
aug 23 '45
ol
SLIOO IRON STORE.
JEFFERSON STREET, BURLINGTON, 1. T.
IRON—Flat,
square and round, assorted sizes
plough slabs, plough wings, ass'd shapes
and sizes.
Stetl—Cast, German, American blister, Eng
lish blister, German and spring, assorted
sizes.
Stovt«—Improved Premium, and Yankee Notion
Cook Stoves, Parlor, Coal, Box, 10, T,
and 6 plates, different sizes.
Abo—Jewett's Improved Patent Cary Ploughs,
Tin Plates, Copper, Sheet-iron, Iron
Wire, Nails and Casting of every des
cription.
aflon,'and
u loai
E
[From Dr. I ikert Springfield, Washington
co. Kentucky.]
Si'KiNuKtKi.n, Kentucky, May 14, "45.
W. CARPENTER cincs, and.every variety of nicdical aid, with- mark, that he will make it his constant can? to
Keens ronsijiiitir nr
benefit, and tbns I wearied along until be well supplied with «v/™r tools of every descrip
I the winter ol 1844, when I heard ol "Wietar's tion, and ofthe best manufacture. Orders from
general assort- Balsam of Wiid Cherry." a distance thankfully received and carefully and
My friends persuaded mo to give it a trial,' promptly executed.
ER WATCHES, Silver though I had giveu up all hopes of recovery, The Iowa City Standard and Keosauqoa
Tea Spoons, and had prepared myself for the change of an-i Democrat will each publish the above to the
hi
Boxes, Pocket nnd Pen Knives, and all such having spent four or five hundred dollars to
articles as nre usually kept in his line—all I no purpose, and the best and moat respecta
of which will be sold low at prices to suit
the times.
N. B. AJI kinds of docks, Wntches and
Jeweliry repaired and wnrratued ut the short
est notice. Old Gold and Silver bought at
the highest market prices. Store on Main
street, at the sign of the Large Watch,
may, 13tji, 1843-y i.
i ,12-
as
Agency Aetna Insurance Company, Jhtrtford, deem tt necessary for ihe uood of the r.ftlicti d,
Connecticut. and a duty owe to the proprietors ai.d my
ri ^HE .mbsCTiber having Wft appointed agent Wlow men* (who should know where relte!
_L for the above company is prepared to in-
nia
it their interest to insure
through this office. F. J. C. PEASLEY,
Burlington, Aug. 24 '44 Agent*
(Ilawkeye copy)
V.araish,
A. 2 Linseed Oil,
2
Spt's Tiirpentine,
1 Cask Cincinnati
Lafd OB
300 lbs. Red l.ead,
„A.fter
of allliction, pain,
pufTerinj%
and alter
ble physicians had proved unavailing, I was
soon restored to entire health by the blessing
of God and the use
of
Dr. VVistar's Balaam
oi
Wild Cherry.
1 am new enjoying good health and suc'a
is my altered appearance that I am no longer
known when I meet my former acquaintances.
1 have gained rapidly in wti^ht, and my
flesh is tirm and solid. I
any person, and my food aeenis to ngree
with ue. I have eaten mora during tho last
six
months than
I bad
y bad) to niako the subject public.
sure against loss or damage by fire dwelling! May the blessings of God reet upon the
houses, stores, barns, mills\Sc., ^c., at as low a proprietor of so valuable mcdicine.iia istat's
rate as any similar institution.
Balaam of
ol
Wild Cherry.
by
them, those wishing to protect themselves
against
YourB respectfully,
WILLIAM H. BAKER.
PHELPS & BLAKELEY, corner of Third
and Che nut Streets, St. Louis, Mo., General
Agents lor the West. The true and genu
ine Wietar's Balsam of Wild Cherry is sold b)
the undersigned Agents.
COPP & PARSONS,
Ciiv.
gists
1
2 Casks Whitings
*1. Lo^nood,
1 Copperas,
and
Notice.
THE
undersigned
have
OLD HAWK.EYES UNDERSOLD
Cash! Cash! Cash!—Hides, Leather, Boots, Shots
nnd Findings.
S. VAN DUSEN & CO.,
HAV
1
E just opened a shop on Jefferson street,
three doors east of Third, where they offer
at wholesale and retail, duaper than can be told
tlscwhcrc in the Territory,
Of every description, st:ch es Harness, Bridle.
Upper, Calf, Kip, and Sole Leather.
•t- -i —Also,—
A large assortment tri first rate Custom work
Gent's t'alf Boots and Shoes
Ladies' Kid Shoes, Ties, Buskins, Ac.}
Childrens' Shoes of every description also,
a large assortment of
SHOEMAKERS* FINDINGS,
with greater success, or gaining a higher rep-! Such as Lasts, Pegs, and Sparables, all of which
utntion than that most wonderful article, they will selt for the "ready root," hides, ap
Wisiar^s Balsam of H'l/d Cktrry. That it stands proved country produce, tallow i\c. They will
at the head ot all other remedies is now uui-l pay cath for hides. The subscribers will carry
versally conceded It has cured thousands On thfe
upon thousands, of all classes, in cases of tiiej Currying Business
most dangerously consumptive character.and
In
Ky
a new
chemical process with the extract vf fire-*
thus rendering t!»e whole compound the most
certain nnd efficacious ever discovered lor
Consumption ihe Lungt.
ij 4 tj
Who, after reading the following, can lon
ger doubt that Wistai's balsam of Wiid Cher
ry is the greatest Medicine in tSie world?
Burlington, and will therefore be able to sell
a
better article of leather and cheaper than any
oat our whole country, unhesitatingly roc- other person can offer to the public.
ommend it as the most poiverfnl cvralivr of pul- Hawkeyes and Suckers, one and all. are re
inOiiary diseases in the whole range of p!iar- gpectively solicited before they close bargains
macy. lhosalc%in the western ptate hnve to call two doors east of Mclntire's Hardware
thus far been unparalleled, and the most grat
ilying proofs of its efficacy have been receiv
ed (torn every plaee where it has been used.
Thousands of consumptive patients iiavi alrea
dy tested its exalted virtues, and confessed
its surpassing excellent and amazing power.
The remarkable success of this balsam is no'
doubt owing, in a great measure, to the pe»
culiarly agreeable und powerful nature ol its
ingredient?. It is a Jhu kcrbal mtdicine, com
pound chiefly of wild cherry bark and the
genuine Iceland moss, (the latter imported
expressly for this purpose, (the rare medical
virtues of which are also combined
Store and examine the goods offered by
mar 29 '45—tf S. VAX DUSEN k CO,
BRITAKIA
IT?"***.
And German Silver Ware.
Ill' subscriber having the Agency for the
Importer of, and dealer in China, Glass and
Hardware.
dec 28 '44
I OACH FACTORY.
Corse & Harriman,
ETl'RN their thanks to the citizens of
Iowa and Illinois, for the liberal share of
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 eood and general
assortment of materials from Now York, Pitts
burgh and Wheeling, of the latest style, to wit:
lace fringe, patent leather cliptic springs, &c..
which will enable them to furnish work at
suit the purchaser. Produce oferoiy
description ti»ken in payment for work,
may 18 "41—Bm
ratl'a
Important
To Haust-kecfiers, House-holders, Ond Me
chanics generally.
The first China, Glass, Queens ahd Hardware
Store in Iowa.
I). MclNTlRE, importer of, and dealer in
the above goods, has fixed on the city of
Burlington for the transaction of mercantile bu
siness, and has just opened a well selected as-
Gej»ts: I lake this opportunity of informing sortment of goods, w hiiih he offers for sale both
you ofa most a remarkble cure performed on by ll'holesah and Retail ut the St. Louis prices,
roe by the use of Dr. Wi»far's Balsam of Wild Although he deems it unnecessary to go into
Cherryi
1
particulars, yet he would say, that in this estab-
ln the year 1840 I was taken with an infla- i lisluneiit will at all times be found every article
mationoftha bowels, whic'i I labored under lin his line adapted to the wants of town and
for six weeks, when I gradually recovered.' country. Retailers especially throughout the
In the fall of '41, I was attacked with sc Territory will always find a full Stock of com
rere cold, which seated itself upon my lungs won n:itrc to suit the wants oftheir customers iti
and for the space of three tears I was con' i a new country. To the Mechanics of Biirling
fined to my bed. 1 tried all kinds of medi-Ston and neighboring towns he would just re-
world. Through their solicitation 1 amount of $3, and charge the advertiser.
to make use of the "Genuine
Jewett's Patent Cary PlongM.
TI1F,
can
now cat as much
eaten lor
five
years be­
fore.
Considering my case almost a miracle, 1
Burlington.
Joseph F. Mjers, Fort Madison. Joseph S.
Fenuiinore, Uloomiiigton. E.C.Lyon, Iowa
W. L) McOord Columbus City, Robert
Itoimes, Mariei),
and by
respectable Drug­
Dealers in evtry town and city
throughout tha Western Staten and Territo
ries.
Ho* 8 »«5-*l3r'
just opened a
Livery
Stable in the rear of Corse &. Haniinan's
Coach Factory,
where
they intend keeping at
all times a good and general
assortment of horses
and carriages of
every
description, to suit the
public aiul they hope by faithful attention to
business to merit a share of public patronage.
Persons wishing their hordes kept by the week
would do well to give them a call before engage
ing elsewhere for they pleigo themselves
keep on hand at all times,* plenty of good prov
ender, and good and attentive ostlers.
shall be spared to render general satisfaction.
FANCY GOODS.
RICH
cashmere e'eossa, for ladies' dresses
do Repp do fo do
Fine
gala
plaids, all wool
Bl'k and fig'd dress silks, a splendid ajs't
Rich silk, cashmere and turkeine shawls
Plain and plaid woollen and cloth '80"
Rich embroidered do do -jj-—
Best quality French kid gloves
line linen cambric
subscriber would intorm his fiiendsand
customers that he hn« now on hand a large
supply of the above justly lehrated ploughs, ot
ttis year's manulactnre, and is therefore pre
pared to fill all orders at the shortest notice.
Within the past year I have added some val*
nahlr improvements to «*id plouph. The aiauld
board is I 1-2 inches higher, and is f.isteiud to
the standard with bolts and screws, instead ol
rivets as formerly. It can tin ri fore be easily
token ctf for repairs or any other purpose, at
pleasure. The standard is idso 2 indies higher,
and i'Mt with the same circle as the luouldtiuard
until it enters the beam. This prevents all possi
bility ot its chokinjf.t ten in the most foul ground.
The heel of the Inndslidu is also cvst with a chill,
which will preve it its wearing so fast, thereby
causing the plough to ru't less steady than when
new.
To those who have used these ploughs, (and
there are thousands of the best farmers in Mis
souri and Illinois who have.) not one word as to
their performance need be slid. To those who
have not tested their superiority over all other
kinds now in ts.'e with us, and their perfect ad
aptation to our hght, loai.iv soil, 1 will say that
you would promote \oor nit. rests by Riving- them
a trial. You will find them to work ny for vour
team, to do the work with great tKpedition and
to do it well. The uionldboard befn made of
wrought iron, of a peculiar «bape. and the entire
shear of steel, they scour bright in nil soils, which
is tbe great desideratum in a plough ir ibis (ac
tion ot coontry.
3
hdkfs
New style woollen scarfs, latest fashion
Silk mitts and gloves, all qualities
Bl'k and col'd cashmere, si.k and cottoir
hose, ftc., Ac., for sale, by
sept 27 '45 W. F. COOLBAUGH $ CO.
Axes.
A full supply of the above arlices always on
hand, And tor sale as low as can be afforded, by WENTY BOXES Axes, erf different f»t-
HUDSON E. BRIDGE, IX terna-faisale^ KIMBAIJ. ACQ, i opposite the
aprSO^II Smm «. Foot*, Agent «0(23'# i aagU^ 1. MclNTlt»
02I
tff£ tt
Britania Ware, has just opened jit
the China and Hardware Store, corner of Third
and Jefferson sts., a complete assortment of the
above gooils, comprising in part. Coffee Pot.-,
Tea Pots, Sugars, Creams, Bowls, Tumblers,
Knives and lorfcs all of which he offers at
manufactoring prices. D. MclNTlRE,
HUDSON K. BRIDGK,
Successor "to Bridge & Hal*,
mar 8 43 John Ci. Krone, AgM»t-
300 Pieces Prints,
BEAUTIFUL
aug
No
pains
McCALLON, CORSE A Co.
•ay 18 '44-3m
patterns, on band and for Sale
at a small advance on eastern cost.
aug 23 '45 WM. GARRETT
4r CO,
Mackerel.
I si ana, n
KIMBALL A CO.
BBLS.
to
No. 2 Black
sale, bv
23
'43
Island, large a fa^for
Olives! iMk Here!!
WM. GARRET! A CO. have On hand s
large assortment of
DitGoods, Hardware,Ql*f.eksware, Boots,
Shoes,Ready made i.othing, Hat^,
Caps, SadI't.ks, BrIdi.f.«, Irok,
Mait.s, Glass, Ac.,Ac.,
Which will
be
sold
cheaper
8
than ever, to make
room for their Fall Goods. Call and see before
you buy. No trouble to ihow good*.
aag 23 '45
Brown Mnslinsa
muslin on hi
Wm. GARRETT A Co.
BALES 4-4 bro. muslin on hind and for
sale chea^,by
aug 23 '45
Edge Tools.
EDGE
TOOLS of every description adapt
ed to all branches oi' mechairfef! opcrf.
tioi.s, ant. from the beat manufactories, are
to be had at the China and Hardware Store
Ato ..tt -isLlesl' 'vrr-.-a. .i
W
HEttREW PLASTER
t"HE GREAT REMEttr^
FOR
KLWCMATUJI, GOCT PA I.-J
TBF
,4
Jomn
BACK, Lumus, /.«
Lins'S E\ ii., Whitf. S,iej,
mos, HARD
Ti'n0a» f'-
Surr Joma,
Aftfr AU Fixed PAINS W*Ai»rm
The d'scorery of llii •r,„i
done »o riHirli for ihe itluf
0
rh'ch
in both l^'»i»ph( res, us. ihf r,,,.!, ''S
of P« lie lit ...ve.tijcHti.,,, irlul ,J '"*7
eminent Jew Doctor, from tfh*Br.i**[lh'l'}
It is composed principill, vrlrrl .u,
combined WHI, ^«•«.
been known to posse., re,Hark.n
relief of p,la
'®*t
r,
It is a simple, »n uowm,,!
unirersal .urcrts it h», withCtUVaw
WHERE MII3 PLASTER IS ippri
ED PAIN CAM NOT KXISl'
Th» peculiarities of this Chemir»| i-p
are owing to its straordinarv tiled, in??*?
animal fibres, or nerves, ligament, and i?
its irtues beipjr carried bv them toihsull
ate seat ol disease, or of pain and
R11EUMA
I
ISIM AND GOUT
Have long bt en coasidered auiune th*
cruclating ol diseases Willi which u.ankiJu/n'
Mi led, and thousands art now lineerin. l*
Of suffering and misery, when, b,
Piaster tht) coultl bt tiiUrely curjo.
IN, CONSli PTION A?,D LIVR&
COMPLAINTS
Diseases which have long baffled (),« ^jn w
sicians—it has also proved verj bietticil,j JJ''
used in roanectiou v i "H'ittar i u
1 1
mt.t t'Arrry," (which we hUm, rhro",'"1,'
ther.lief Bllor.led is immediate, and ni„,H ii
most f-ertainli baiiMted from the svitem
very few cases cftn withstand the ro„,bi„f((
nceol Ihese tiro ponrcrlul remedies. Th«Km
t-:t to
u*
PALPITATION, OR THROBBING Of
THE HEART,
Will Snd immediate relief iVo.n usis* (ii*PtU.
tkr,
which exerts a powerful iiifliientt
o»»r
»«tv.
uus dwenseS gt nerajlt, and ilixfrressiathstrkN
ot diseases has truly suppri'ed lift
nlt0 h,lt
su'iinitled to a trjaat.
Many cases of lf)»t alarming for« »f dut^,
called
SCROFULA, OR KINOES EVIL,
Have been cured by its use. It tines nil act
rept II
ii
hi
ut but im|erce|s^tfly draws out ih. |,
ouous humors, and leuews a hcs'lhy action i„
diseased puns.
It iiu* likewiie been very lteneficial in
WEAKNESS}
such
as
tt
eahnei* and I'aiit in the
We A Limbs: l.M'K utss Wllerlions ,,f ll,.
i'eimsle Weiikness, ftc. No Irmafe. ,«,•*
I'ain or W eakitea* in Ihe back or side, si,j«
without it. Mmrird l»-.i les, in delicate «n.:
liiul "tent relief iioiu wearing thij
I'i.a^ik
The application of tills 1'lastrr htlnun
shoulders, has been found a certaiu rtiuin
that dislretsiogcotfplaitf, railed
ASTHMA.
4'Sirayt influitatiun by rtdueiaf tmfmii
ftrS i ration.
It i i i|ii:illy efleclttal iu softt "'1115 "nil
KNOTS, WENS, WHITE 8WliL
LINGS,
Hard Tumors, Stii1Joints. eiUsfjir*"
the Br ast,
&c,
s
In view of the trrnt Imiefit* resnltinf
use of this l'l.\! t'l.ii, v.e hate bi.-u nniiiw i
place it within tht leach o' every alBirted
daughter of Adam that all. wht ther ri hurp-'
may obtaih the treasure of hea/fh whirti
t'roin iti use. Those who wish 10 »»tf«fv tt»»
Ives of its e'heacy, can obfain suriicieiil 1,
six or eight I'UsterS t'ttfr fiitjf cents a s»
If nitli. lent to pay for ihe tuserlion ot
certificate into aay'oi our most common prints.«
single time.
For proof of the virnies of this remeili,
fer. with pleasure, to t'ie testiinoiuaU aiuinf.
cates ol the grah lul thousands who li««
rescued Iront *beds oi |^ain and sickntm, .« »i
now walk erect, rejoicing in the iner v»i
tti»ii.e l'roviilence who has bountf null) r„s 1.
a cure f:rettr* wound,— A lil'.MKDY I'JlMi
WHO KKK t)!•:.
/'All orders ailiir«s»ed trtniF.I.PS iV HLAS*
LEY, corner ol htsnntaUd l'hird slrttt,!i.
Louis, Mo. will receive prompt attention
Also, for sale b\ the lolloping age..l
COM* & l'AnSO.\S, Rurli'ifto"
Joseph F. Myres. Korl Mndnou, Jos'i
nimore, Blooniiogton, K t'. I.j on. Ie«s f'llt."
I). McCord, Co'niiiltus Cify, kobert llulmn. Me
lion. nov 8 '45—Iv.
Ribbons.
P1K.CF.S
Boniit and
30
may 10
maatas riw»'«-
treat variety, just n ct
ired and
for
i
J. O. Wl'«^
OlATeS.
2
DOZ. ladies' black kid gloves:
2 light do do
2 a s k o u s
and for sale, by
reft"
'MAS.
J-
ntay 10 '45
G. LAI.
Osgood's ludiaa
tlaologofiuf
lll'. Proprietor of ibis admirable.
JL now *0 celebrated and well know.. 1
(nit Iowa as a eerfain and «ate sp
1
and A^ue. remarks in relation to its
other diseases, that Dyspepsia anil lm
a new country is usuxllv the result .d
as is shown ?n (h^ sallow compliMO"
w
'.
often accompanies these complaints, aad 1
almost invariably cured by the use ot the
goeue. In all complaints aii-in? troni
morbid cause* as I trer and Aftne, tins 1
is a perfect and safe remedy. Kor ssle by
pr 26 '45 J. K. TA LL A N T. W.t^
Edge Tools, Ac.
BR{jonges,and
ACKS bitts, adzes, turning rhif'''
planes and plane irons, ibtreri"1^
inc kn'.'vei, files and rasps of (very d»K'
butts, hinges and screws, best carpenters
till, chest, cupboard and Iruiik lo ks. latch'"
locks, knives and forks, pen pocket i»
razors and ratar strops, Brilanta. iron.
lea spoo lis—in short, every artnle inj1*
roinnlele assortment, just rt tved
Tufts and Churns
DOZ. plain and painted wash tubs
1 iron hooped churns
10 painted buckets, cheap for U
W. F. COOLB^l(iH*
apr
26
J45
CU.
Annother Arrival
WE
to"'
ha*e just received in additto®"^
former stock, a large assorttne®
and Brown Drillings, Cotton and
burgs, Prints, Pant Slaffii, Cambric'-®* yf(f]
lins, Jaconets, Ac., Ac., which will W
cheap, by
i
W. F.
COOLBAlGH
may 31 '45
Plough Slab*-
50
PLOUGH
SLA
BS-just »'5 SOTIGK.
rale bjr HI D^O.N
John U.
by
war IS 4a
Shawls.
JUST
received
a
of shawls, ahnost
sept Jtl '45
tarn aad spleorf'il •y*1"'
Cloths aad assHae™'
E
XTITA heavy pilot cloths
Blue, black, mixed and cadet u
Fine blue
aad
black ca« niere
did aaaoit(u«Mt for
liit.lt fancy rassiinere, latest stj
sspt SfT '41

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