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WOOD.
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OFFICE
(on
STREET,
Vrotkce, Groceries, Hoots, znot
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n \c.mIs Queen
ware, Hardtcare,
lm &ils'
Gl"ss' IIutsJ
cill be paid to claims
hilf breed tract, and elsewhere.
lt
bail orwu
Boots, Shots, Episcopal Church.
marchjJ-tf
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wer brick block, Burlington, Iowa Ter y*
-jwe Messrs. Von Pliul & M'Gill,
7^Thompson, & Co. Blaine, Tomo
Barrett, Aldrich, Lock wood
Tomp
& Co.
Thompson. St,. Louts.
r'-Kfiv fc ...
I^TiniEir&^TARK.—•James W
ft !r,m* and Henry W. Starr, have
I lilted themselves for the pract.ce of
laeLiw, under the above style, and u.11, V a s
KS w G,{M Es#
HENRY W. STARR.
RarlmgtonJan. 2d, 1841. [321
MAISS
Burlington Iowa.
tyt 2-1 '12
A. D. GREEN.
[LLSKFCY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Burlington, Iowa
tS-lr-pd _____
l\\Y i*« W E A THE A ttor
mj &. Co-iiiscl!or at f-aw, Burlingtrtn
l| d|
M. C. liRNNiiT'l',
A O N E Y A A W
u i n o n I o w a
ikn notes and accounts for
lion, attend to the closi^t
sand to all or.her business in the line
fIffofession. lie will also act. as agen*
[mil ak
11 (Mllt-VUr
!inland
collector!
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•Mill). El). JOHNS.TON.
4 Attorneys at
W '•««*, F«#f Madison*, Iowa*.
BURLLPGTON, I T.
"'"•WIS, Attorney and Counsellor
'„il Uw, Kcosauqua, Van Buren Co.,
G. W. BOWIE,
WTORNEY
AT LAW.
practice in the several courts
J" the Territory. Office on the
°f Main and Washington strente.
^on, Oct. 13, 1812. 20
D. STOCKTON,
'f and Attorney dt Law,
VTFrP^ BURLINGTON, IOWA.
his residence at the Lowfite,
c® "'Main Street. He will attend
s
of Des Aibines, Henry, Lee,
Louisa and Muscatine, and
]lBi)-8®* Court of the Territory.
3D
JO* i JAMES HALL.
1 v Attprneys at
aeosauqua, Van Burei County,
KSl841.t
jl**
Attorney at Law, Fair-
J«Ser*Bn County, Iowa Tcrri-
•^i&u
«J\®-
8
Attorney and
lor
a*
Law, Mount Pleas-
38
E. J. C. PEASLEY,
RAND,
JK
Co.
"roceries, Provisions
St*res,
stor
Boqt
SfC. &c.
ohe
i£ of F.j. c. Peasdey,
W#*«r
Street^Qrlington.
I
SURGERY. •HLLIAM WALKER. CHARLES M. COEN
rrHTOV, Offer, his Pr.. WAIKER & COES.
OB.B- ""'. ."the citizens of Bui, Dealers™ Dry Good,, Oncer,e and
Produce generally.
ofWashinffWiT Burjingion, Iowa Territory
June 11843 iKs
W I I A E E Y
NOTARY PUBLIC.
TTC7ILL attend to the drawing and tak-
jovva Territory. w ing the acknowledgment of Deeds,'
—r" MPso\ Mortgages, Bonds, 4tc. Office (Recorders
".^^mnrdinr'Menhant.Btal. Offlee) basement rtgrj^ of the Methodist
.«/m and Fotwrdin
EAULESFIELD & HORTON,
TAILORS.
TT ESPECTFULLY solicit a share of
fit the public patronage. Their shop is on
Frcnt, between Washington and Jefferson
Streets. All orders thankfulty received
and promptly attended to.
march2 1843-6m 40
D.J.
^unSand alsTin the Supreme, Maill St, tWO doors SOUtll 0i Post Office,
ftd of tfie Territory. Particular atten
for lands inj
19
WILLIAM CHUUCH V1AN,
tnorncv and Counsellor at I'«w.
•MFFLIXGTOS, WASHINGTON COUNTY, I. T.
fi-1 v
19
at
Law,
Office
If"i. i.flAitNHi), Jounsellur
u4 Solicitor in Chaneery.
it \Uia Street.
11. 1. Y U 1 D,
IIWRNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
«nrfiii?t.on, Iowa,
[Fill five strict attention to all business,
pe fine of his profession, that ma}' be
(wted to his cure Hisotlicc is in the
w room of t.he building on the corner of
liiiniitou and Main streets.
1 Vt 2'»— I
iliuvri.s SPiUNGBK, Attorney
anHCmmsellor itl.a\v, Wapello, I. 1.
His
S A E 8
i o n a e a i o
Burlington,. I* T.
Sept 22 '42 n
S u s i & a o e k e
(c9a
APOTHECARY & DRUGGIST.
K. O MILLS.| DEGS respectfully to inform the public
»*•£, i, it IB that he has just opened a new Drug
HfiCrhirts if iStore, on the corner of Main and Washing
flTORIiEVS AND COUNSELLORS AT Jon Streets, Burlington I. T. opposite the
17
Irazctte ofiiee. His assortment of Drugs,
Medicines. Paints, Oil, Varnishes, eic etc.,
is goid and extensive, and he will sell them
wholesale and retail, on most reasonable
ierius.
Physicians Prescriptions accurately pre
pared. Hugrl7-3m 12
N A I O N A O E
BV S. JAMISOX.
Corner of Main and Jrffmoii Streets,
,BurHuston, Lnca.
HEF"
ILL ait end to the sale of any des
cription of property on reasonable
terms.
june1 ns 1
AVI
jmi\ s
GENERAL FOUW ARDiNU AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT, AND WHOLESALE %ND
RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries, Dry Goods, Produce, $
c.
RSurgeon
4
Jt
40
BURLINGTON.
FRANCIS J. C. PEASLEY,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
W 8 S E E T,
Burlington, Iowa.
Donffr in Groceries, Paints and oils
Staple B»rv Goods, (ineensware,
Hardware, Iron. Hats, Caps,
Boots and Shoes, fee* fee*
REFERENCES:
Messrs
Ed gel! & Mulford,
*V Asa Farr. Jr.,
Ira Todd v'c Sons,
41
1GHT. Attorney at
I 'u\v. ki?o.-,au'qua,-Van Bruren County,
W 11,1,1AM GKEENE,
Binder aad Blank Book
Manufacturer*
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
LOWER BRICK BLOCK,
Water Street. ji
]WAUBS,
W. II.
Merchant and Dealer in Staple Dry
Goods,mGroceries, Liquors% Boot? and"Shoes.
i£j"Corner Front and Washington Streets,
nov 25 26
STORAGE. FORWAROING AND COMMISSION
1 a n
Water Street, Burlington.
Oct.
13'42 20
OLD ESTABLISHED STAND.—
At A. W. Carpenter's Clock, Watch
and Jewelry Establislynent, may
be found all such articles as arc usually
k e i n e i n e a n a s o a k i n s o
Clocks, Watehesand Jewelry repaired and
warranted at the shortest notice. Store on
Main Street, one dooe south erf J. K. Field,
S a e
V
Jan 5,1843-ly
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V
Messrs. White & Smith, 1
V'** Greely & Gale, 'rISfcr
Smith & Carter,
•s n"
St Louis Mo
New Orleans.
St Louis,
Grcelv, Keith Ray, S
Jllanufiuturer of Tin, Sheet
If on ami Copper Ware.
Jelferson Street.
Y A N O O K
23
EDGELL & MULFORD,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
t*. JHercfiants,
(ait .... New Orleans.
REFERENCES:
F. J. C. Peaslev, Burlington 1.
September 8, '42 6m-pd
SDSL JL SL IB^.©S!7G$ DKFFG
Fairfield, Jefferson County, Iowa TerrVty.
0^ ^arUo^Uurattention paid to Rheuma
tism
WP///m%tW?m
BURLINGTON, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 30
TO THE LOVERS OF GOOD AND PRETTY TEETH
S. M. MASO.V,
and Mechctiical Dentist,
ESPECTFUIJIUY
informs the citizens
of Burlington and vicinity, that he in
tends remaining in this place for some time,
to attend to the practice of his profession, in
all its various branches, such as filling the.
cavities of diseased te^th with fine Gold
and tin foil,so as to preserve them and make
useful for a long time. Cleansing and in
serting
'•Stocktons Premium Teeth" from a
single tooth to an entire set on fine Gold
plate. Also, on pivot, in a neat and scien
tific mariner,according to the latest improve
ments. Old fangs of ut^-ayed teeth, also,
those that cannot be preserved extracted
with the least possible pain. Tooth ache
cured in almost all cuses.
He will pay particular attention to irreg
ularities of the teeth, and render them uni
form and beautiful, also, to all diseases of
the mouth and gums. He prepares an opi
ate for the teeth and gums which will pre
serve them and make them white and beau
tiful. Also tooth powder and gum washes.
All operations warranted. Charges moder
ate. Ladies waited on at their residence, if
tfcey prefer it.
Room at the National Hotel.
Augl7-tf 12
LAND
in Jefferson comity for
sale.
vv 1-2 n w 1-4 sec 13 town 72 8
1-2 n w 1-4 sec 25 town 72 8
s 1-2 n e 1-4 sec 1 town 71 8
We wi 11 sell the above described Zahds on
the most accommodating terms.
j„n8 GRIMES & STARR.
COOKING
STOVKM—Just
received a
lot of superior cooking stoves of the
latest patterns, for sale low for cash by
auglO BRIDGE & HALE.
ECEIVED per Steamer J^cw Brazil
4 boxes Codfish.
2 bbls No 1 mackerel.
1 cask Saleratus,
S chests Y II Tea^
2£ Imp. do
2 Gunpowder do
4 doz wood buckets,
10 boxes 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 glass,
2 bales 4-4 brown Sheeting,
for sale low for cash or Produce by
Aug 3 B. T. DAVID.
SUCCESSORS TO BIUDGE, KAYBURN AT CO.
Dealers in Tin Plates, Copper, Sheet Iron,
Wire, &:c_ and manufacturers of Stoves of
eveiy variety of patterns—also, the JeW
lett's Improved Patent Carey Ploughs,
^11E subscribers have established a
branch of their house in this city, at
the store opposite Mr Wesley Jones, where
they intend to keep a good supply of Tin
Plates, Capper, Sheet Iron,
APortable
RE'iTRN
for sale ty.
TIN
sep. 43 16
'a *17
IV/VE
nnd Tin•
ners'Stock in general—Also, Stoves of all
patterns, viz. Cook, 10 plates, 7 ulatea. Box,
Parlor and Airtight, Iron of all sizes, Steel,
Nails, Salt,#Je.vett's Ploughs &c. To
which we would respectfully invite the at
tention of the public, knowing that by the
low cash prices, we will be enabled to please
all who may favor us with a call, which we
earnestly solicit.
auglO-tfj BRIDGE & HALE.
NEW ARTICLE."-Dare'sImprovod
Cooking Stove, which are ve
ry'much approved of, and considered as most
excellent for Summer cooking by those who
have had them in use, for sale low by
auglO BRIDGE & HALE.
N. B. Farmers would do well to give
them a call,as they intend to take all kinds
of produce in payment for work. Their
prices shall correspond with the reduced
prices of produce and the pressure of the
times. „_r.
aug31-tf jt 14
SMITHS'
TOOLS.--A good assortment
of Anvils, Vices and Bellows, for sale
low by BRIDGE &. HALE,
augl7
WHITE
JOHN G. FOOTE,
Agt.
LEAD.--25 Kegs in oil
1 do dry
1 do red doi*V«
s
COPP & PARSONS.
IN SEED OIIi.«3 bbls for sale by
aug 17 COPP & PARSONS.
ICE.—A most beautiful article
South Carolina Rice, for sale by
SHACKF0 vD & THOM.
Plates and Tinners Stock just re
ceived a supply of Tin Plates, Sheet
Iron, Rivets, Wire $"C. to which we would
invite the attention of the manufacturers
of the neighboring towns.
AuglO BRIDGE HALE.
o
Y ST K RS.^1
J£eg,py8ters, for sale by
urn 15 I B. T. DAVID.
I
BLOOMINJTON,
jm E3-V1G:
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AND SAT
URDAY, ON MAIN 8TREET,
JAMES G. E I) VV A S,
Editor and Proprietor*
i i l'
i :VV: TERM9:
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per year
to be paid invariably in adcante.
For Six Months, eighty-seven and a half
cents in advance.
Persons forwarding a two dollar current MrtPtL
nk bill by mail, franked by a Post Mas. ,7°™ 'f
subsequent insertion. A liberal discount .r
BMdo to yearly advertisers. hi
would adopt the same principle, to re-
ceive nothing but gold and silver for
of them do, know enough to take the
without getting in a'pet and flying into |le(^
wild extremes as Dodge did. Wallace
county probably has a Loco majority
of twenty-five, but it is thought that
Wallace will reduce that majority some
although at the last election Dodge's
majority was thirty-six. We
from Cedar and Linn, that his majority
will receive a still greater reduction.
The Locos are desperately frightened
in this county. They know if Wood
ward is elected, their nefarious princi
ples will meet with a strong opponent.
The little Loco clique in this town,
who have ruled the county, are on the
last week of their reign, and probably
will be curtailed with half their
can
didates beaten.
Respectfully Yours.
their thanks to the? citizensof ty, Wallace's prospects are cheering.! The remarkable thing that we ob
Burlington and its vicinity for the lib- JJ© will carry, I think, the whig isftrved in the action of Mr Dodge, was
S'
,,f
,hf.
that they have fitted up their shop in the siderably swell the majority obtained extension of the fore finger, as much
north end of the Post Office Building, on by the whig candidate tor Congress at j%s to say—man me, Captain
Main Street, where they intend to continue the last election for Delegate. He was John While With Mr Wallace,
their business as tailors. They hope by
strict attention to business to merit the con
tinuance of the public favor
integrity, and do her full share in re-
ducing the majority of the last election
for Delegate. By the way, the Con- ,at
vention held here on Saturday was
largest ever held in this county, con
sisting of fifty-nine delegates for the
several townships
of
and
fore the convention for the nomination,
which circumstance occasioned some
three ballotings before a choice wag.
effected, but the proceedings were
nevertheless marked very generally
with the right feeling. The nominee
is a practical farmer, honest, and capa
ble of taking care of the interests of the
Of s
an outC
From our Correspondent. for life, branded with infamy, in the
ma'?e
l"e
their produce. The Sac and Fox In- [teachings might be ever visible that his
dians don't know enough to take a bill jeye
left a very favorable impression. This to be kept in green remembrance, but
when anguish wrings the brow,"
e a n
From our Correspondent.
WAPELLO Sept. 25th, 1843.
-In
FRIEND EDWARDS, Dear Sir:
regard to political matters in this coun- ithenes said oratory consisted.
i
many
others not
delegates. plied, "if you
There were several candidates be-1
«.5 Vr?« #*.
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Ie.
if*
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NEW SERIES, NO. IS.—EXTRA.
county. So that you'will perceive
that though late in'moving, the whigs
of Louisa have caught the spirit of the
coming contest and are preparing in
earnest to discharge their duty to them
selves, their county, and the Whig
cause.
Yours trulji.
"A FELON'S CELL.—Whilst at the
1
ter, will be credited for seventy numbers. State rnsoi] oi a yew England
Advertisements inserted ^t one dollar per State. In one of the (^lls, occupied by
square for the first and fifty cents for each i
a raan w
'"mraer, we made a visit to
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wag
5
,1
Professional or Business Cards, not ex-j_ i n a e o e n e n a e a i s a o
ceeding five lines, will be inserted for five in the yard, we discovered letteied on
dollars per annum. the walls, the Lord's Prayer, the Ten
r. ,• *1 """""V7 Commandments, with various familiar
Burlington is the seat of justice for Dcs
Moines countv, and contains about 2000 lexts o! scripture, and stanzas of Psalms
inhabitants. It is situated on the west and Hymns. It was an instructive,
bank of the Mississippi, about 250 miles though sorrowful sight. Here was a
above Saint Louis.
serving out aflono term
6
Prge
whal,
when the dark days of misfortune or
of crime have come, then are their,
voices heard and heeded. Tfte convict
^'s ^uneeon turns to them for com
fort and support. A MOTHER'S religions*
lesson recalled to mind by a felon and
traced upon the walls of his cell—this
is a homage to maternal virtue of th0
most affecting kind.—Jftl. Chron.
CRITICISM.
Several of the papers of the Territo
ry are busy in correcting the grammar
of Messrs Wallace and Dodge, as shown
in their speeches, and the friends of
each find something to do. As there is
a fair prospect that that part of the labor
will be well attended to, we yill look
a moment at another point, viz the ac
tion of the orators, for in this Demos-
*«'y Ml peculiar raising of ihe ha..l and an
present at the whig Convention held in [there might have been seen something
this place on Saturday last, was receiv- [like a propensity urging the thumb of
ed with enthusiasm, and responded to a the right hand to the end of the nose,
request 4o address the Convention, in a and impelling certain waving motions
neat and forcible speech, which elicit- jof the fingers, supposed to mean—
ed the warmest applause, and which j"IoM can't come it general!"-—Du
left on the minds of those who heard Bnqne Transcript.
it, a most favorable impression of the^
talents of the speaker. In a word his
A.
gentleman
appearance here has won him golden biitterliy in whiskey, so as.to preserve
opinions. Louisa will stand fast to her
was
he
astfrom society, disgraced
Sept. 25, 1843. (heaviness of his solitude, in those lonely
MR EDWARDS, Dear Sir:—On last bours when it might be supposed he
Monday our Candidates for Congress ^011'" indulge but in thoughts of
were here and gave us a hearty grip "atred to all his kind, turning his mind
of the hand, and their strongest elec-
uPon
tioneering speeches. While upon the hood, and calling up in bright perspec
Bank question, Dodge advocated no *jve» 'or present comfort and consola
Bank, and stated that the Miners (De-1 !|Pn' h°'y lessons doubtlessly taught
mocrats of course) actually refused the
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AT A
the innocent days of child-
MOTHER
bills of the State Bank of Missouri, rough conflicts of guilt had not
would receive nothing but gold and effaced. They remained to admonish,
silver for their mineral, and he hoped ^°°the, perchance to reform, and
to Rod the Farmers of this vicinity
s knee. These, even
him in reality a better man in time
C0Jue«
He had displayed them upon
w?*lls of his cell perhaps that their
m'ght
on a good bank, but one would sup- evening closed around—and again as
pose that the Locos, and in fact most i ^)e
rest upon them as the shades
ra°ming
i
bills of their Loco Foco Banks. Wal- P'ous MOTHER casts into the mind of her
lace made a good speech—took a high- child, when or by whom are they ut
minded course towards his opponent
ter
b'
wor,h
light broke dimly in upon
prison house. The gift which a
forgotten? They may lie neglec-
antj
dormant for years, of too little
in the estimation of the possessor
who bad drowned
remonstrated with by
a
young
lady for his cruelty. Another lady pre-
sent
the tpirits.
remarked that she did not think it
a^'[cruel,
not, you
i1fafir*i 111
as be did it In1 such good
GENIUS DEFINED.--A wit being ask*
will
0
i what the word genius meant,
had
n
re-
it in you, you would
Pt ask the question, but as you
liave
never know what
meant*." i-u A {Et uHi p-iWi-.m-*.
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a
MATRIMONIAL MATCHES.—Some one
observed the other day, "that matches
were m^de in heaven." "Yes answer
ed the wag, and they we often
dipped
in the other piace.
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