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BY JOHN PIERSON. SR.
THE TRI-WEEKLY HAWK-EYE.
published every Tn in* T'nir«lay, and itirl.i v
BY ro i\ PIEKSO
Tkrai of ihf Tri w»'1y HnwV-Ere, 14 per
annum, in •ir.i'ic.
RATE* OP CASH ADVERTISING.*
Ode *qiare lines or I«js)
Bic'irt lliti na'irwir^i'wi
One wwfc w'thiit? alteration
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$1 00
25
2 00
1 50
2 oo
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5
U.— i'u. itif.iirt il 'iii ties Stair, will be «cttk"d
*y Ur. ^t irr, nr the i Tdrs «if Starr, tliimes & Sn3'd#:,
it'ier Starr ir Mr Suyilcr, at the uld st.md.
Hurliiut .n, Feb. 14, 1S53
4. I). C.IiEKN E. H. THOMAS. riTZ HK5RV WARRCX.
Banking II mi-p. E\ li:iny Of£u*«, aai
LAND AGENCY.
GRSRN, THOMAS & CO.,
:1 'V. .Il k. ".ro. & Co)
RURL!\GIO\. IOWA.
HW'E
on
will le n i' in f*vor of rej-t' »r
'1' tV ih'-'l 3
ALL ruvos tr» ivo rna pntvrrvj
ox -i e with r»-*s» 'njcurnsyvH d-patch,
-itV^ej iN in I fittm?-* ire n'l iw, an
«V 'IT.' .^i* 1 -f'i i
THE I.AW OF NEWSPAPERS.
-.v i -i vv i-xpr«!« notice
•:si vi-'iinff ti continue th
-»r, I
••rin'ion.
•il-i'i'i* H-ic ntirniiwe of fi
ii.'i ii iv mvinuc t» send th
e paid.
ref.ws to tike *h
n» t'i w!»it (i th,:«v v? diref?.
licals tae mib!
ill vrri'iraj'"
If siiW,:-iber
lieu- fr.iio fll
i e h- i i- n i i e v a v e n e e
ail d.'ivd .liwiiHimcl.
I !f ib crib r« u "ve i' h,»r |1 !.••*« without
u :t 11 ii'iWi- icrs. *ud 'lie ptpars- are «»at f(»
»r ii i' lirec •mi, 'bev ?ire resoonstble
i V V l- -M v Y i l- i
!.•»'• •'he .iflifv. -ir :an I lcivi
'i «n n- II fi*. i fii iin f'cia evulenee "f in'
i r--,
BUSINESS CARD
l.iUiK It I' I l'-'h" VI. »\J
CLVii.vi^ IlvrOLI '^E, & CO..
Gr.iterul .-Ijair.tf.
i-OtfillSSlON Fo.lW.VilUlS \IB:i "II VNT
V li •!...!
47, Coifc.aefri il St.. bet'h Olive & Pin*'
kaiiu Lotuh i/o.
OC i-
WaI
S. GilXtfi?,
\.» Olij\ AT h\tt
iitismtw ll.l.Ki TI\G AliKNT.
ft «ii' «r nr.ii I flK- IJurei il iie. "Pi
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V ll\r LOUIS, Mi).
I VIl tiliv' 3
a 0TD ST
.« i. v. i, i t'r.ijji'ioi i
V «, %tR. .'IIAS. I. t'HKl.l
v til IMKLt'-*,
i.i S ii' .i .V. .V II acton.I tu any !».
i i !K- in.- fiie First Juli i.tl Di.-rrie
••i iv i i-i State .m.l t'u* District t'-mr'
rite! -'it-.- \uh—I'-j all n^enoies, in
'. ..*ii ••tare, lar'e.sale iuilI •cation 'if knii
i .u ni iijj a y, uil ill .tiiae^ pre peri
i.•I'uv t" tlteti t»r ir.'ssi.tn.
4F" i r.» n vj 1 Ir ii !ho »11 -if i'i 'ItmfEs A
i M, Sr%K!i. k S.vvDKn, and .Stank &
.ii'..'s, i i I »t ii voi lt(irn 11»*« Drui «««re.
.1 Mt .'n I »f vl.\itii^ Il iLt., on \V iUinsr'i,n «t.
.1 il u tor tile tr.in-HC'ion of :i
ja«r.tl HiKuii ind jx-'litin^o Wusiness. and a e
i-i-ed to i ceive diin.-itH on the in ^t, favorable
teruu lute a:id-i^b! dratt« nought and *ld. Col
-. ions made. »n I proce ds jiroaii^ iy remitted. Inter
all-«od u ieji Rionittanees and mders for
xt liiuiio tr »ai tiie (it'rv w il lee 'ive prompt at
'.- r. .i) mconuii' funds credit, at lowest rate.", and
ri:rntted «s «rd»rcd wit hunt charge.
ia» 7. '.•••1 w'y
I i vii 11 .i «ic 'tui't'.
Under the arret House, Third street,
iiJ ilLLN^TON, IvjVVA.
r.njr-i v i mutt (h it tii I nv.t Vlusic Store
(|iii a :i Idition to Btn lington an wewis'i
t.ald, that it wills ion b- dei .-able to make an std
l.ti .n :o our pr--nt stek b» f.v-h irrivals—pr. vion«
«hi'-!i it will o^' neees^irv to make a ale of :i por
.f nut on hand, aff id mo n fr new inveic-^
W -till xv f»r -=il.- th .ilowing articles wbic!'.
w.' will sell .-heap for *a*h
i'iano •rt. -. S t.'p'line-, odior?1, .Brdion!5, A»wor
•I ». ViolUisi. Flutes. Fife-. 1'a ij •. Tambi
rin.S'. nvj, ^trinj s, tiuitai!1. Flageolets,
1 n^tru'iti ni Itunks. "»he,?t Music, etc.
'ipjr H.ni^in.^b and Horder*, 1 rnb ^Ila?
»l«t "lOi-H.
y fl y RUFUS LANK.
1IF.NUV II Ou
*.l H.KS \l,K I Re'nil !)«alei in Koreign and
^|.v,ti, Dry I o If. I le^neware. Ilar 'wa tiroeer
•S, •ih "5 il.i• s-'Lip- and lie i y ideCloth
jnj v a full if*|*• .v »f tne i'Ni\ irMele^,an
wi'l-H n the in ft reasonable terms.
ide Main ^f.n.-ar the Market
"l irliit^iMO. "Si^n—"Fe«"plo'» Store." (acp 27, *52
4 »HN ii FnorK,
iKAI.^R hi Inn. Steel. Tin Platei«, Valh. Stnv
md .Iewett' Patent Pfrnghc. Jefferson struct
iujttot., Iowa.
1H
J. W. ti\
RNER.
«tR'!+m DEN rtST. /Mroifiecoii
J.ifci»on .ir.H-t. iv-T \V il I in*!1 .iew«l
-y *P r.». B^rl Bi'nn, lo^va.
jOk
^TTTlj
I Kl »(K Li. &
WilW\KI)I V and J.» ir.ii.snion Merchant*, oornei
if fiin ml fefjr-'ii "re'tK It n lin^ton, Iowa.
D.:ilr« in Dry I Ir w ri. fi. II ir Iw.ire,'Jueent
ware, H-»i'ii. ^h»,»!i. Hats, Caps. Ae., Ae.
U. s. A A VIS,
H'HIT, Mi-ie h'athur Mcreinnt. Mai.» street,two
dmifv north of JeJer*on. iliirlinghm, Icwa.
VKVI^TKONli & CO.,
AUDI.KK- ill Ilarnew Maker?, Jefferson street,
HuHington, Iowa.
11.ii.
r%vi7oiE
.. vV l)Lv:\LK ml 'ni Dealer in Fars.UAts
V -iiinl"!'thin-. Sign «f to
III il VI'. -»d- d»or .iort.h -.f falhnif. Dru^-stoic,
iiiiiigt.in. l"wa. O1'' 1- ______
A. I). *iitEEN,
ATTORNEY and Councilor at Law, Bttrlinfl®, lo
w*. BtiildiPf» M*ia
«ti i
N. KVKItsoN,
\TTORNEY in«l Counsellor »t Law, Washington
w.ishmfftor c«unty, towa.
J" D. J. CROCKRR.
& ^rothfr.
TTORVFNS indC i'n""lli r^ nt Law. will promptly
vttend to laud a-.r^neies.eolleetion of debts, and all
other Su-inesf of their profession.
*5#-o^r.P.„n thf north il of TeTerson street,
between Main and Third. IWlington, Iowa,
f». nu n i o.
WHOLESALE A\T FTvTAn. DrAFERS TV
F'»nirn & i omr«fir Pry Good*
NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, &<•..
uRmiSIt 'T V AVl* A's^MNfjT'iv THf*"T*
_burllngton, iowa.
y a«' Kot tw.
rDST
recevel ai.d for ale at the sign of the II,
ilnt,
5 d«»t. 'i-nc'i «yi!f ». niti. ail ^xtrq article,
i hrig n?.
k'j» l»i*«.
I* v* -t.rs.
la 1-. *s k i'mI irroco 'ni^kins.
-rll 2, "51 lipy. J. |1. TAVL»
i'. Ii. & I1. rai K«ii»
(Saec«S9or.s to 0«pp. Paisi.n.-. A iU..)
\J OT,K-'*LE WD HI,TAIL 1E*LM5S IN
.li v if "nl-, jjro ci ii'.*.. bi.iif.- ai s'loeh. (Jii. et
•, ,'l is*.iHi|v haf« and e*i p, •('«-.. J. tT«.i S 'ti urn• i
•Hit-jrt.si,. i ,{ |v
CHARLES BEN DARWIN.
iM- iy mI i ll ir #i Lsiw
FPTC*•" ITI» -JTAIIH IX THE OHVI UHK
in" -'Bit'i of 'be h'tri h.
)situ- |:1. '.il.
P. K. WILSON,
ri'dKM A.\{• O l.\ Ehl.«»l. AT l.AW
M.L, at*end p" mip:ly in'of -»ii nnl lio"''
•MUru ted liisejii- '. in Di.» .Monies ,i
.mi iiii(r'-onn'ie^. SjM«-i:il niit niinti «riven
i-ing Ml'd c«'Win?r i elnim »1m. In r. i i
pay nz t. i\e-iip-m r«l esiafi. and re In mil .j.
oi|ii
%ni
tan'ls.
»'i«- ii fr «»t nt irn »b se*ond fl *b• tv**'
'o^es' building n Third 'rn t. ihre. do.ir* al
Barri-t il »us. i-urlirgton. l« wa.
_1 v-l.i.
io11 k. v a n iif.m v
'{iJKONS md l'hviciiii^ |&&* •. "Fit
'wt a fewdo.ii -n rt!i ol the Ihinvt Ui.n.-.
fiSf lr I. F. il.'tirv'* tv*i'li nee is at th i-oin
Ifb street aii'l the pnhlit S»ju)ir-. I*i 1». !l
y may lie anJ u ais -^i l.-iic W.is'i n^». n
few Jteps frmn 'ii? -ifliet
V •». !1'1|«K
K i. K N K II- I
»rt!i «id, lerer- i uv». .. eni v :t-,
re. fjirrani Falnivi-^ !l:-ll.''
flurlinjrt.!!.. may Jj, I ivtj
i' tli' i* «!•*,
L. VIRSK I).if ic -li i '•ti.titiieii A/et.l bv \1
ine Mauuraetiir iij Mill* for the sab .-f'ii- ii n
r. lie'las now .in lamia line tm*k »f print ng pa
of the li-st |ii.ilit\. a si'l will on he HI i*irc«:pt if
•avvs'ivk 'f vrappin} oa|»'r.
t&r- I'r.nte^and Meu-hniitfare'nvite.Uii eHll in
amine tor t'lems Ives. 1 HfirHniton.apr HO. *5:'
C. O
\T!'OTtNI^ AND i'OUXI
Ml,AS A Hl'DsuN.
TIN, COPPER and Sheet [nm Manufacturer f&>
Trimmer ot ^t"ves.Ac.. Ac.. Jeffeiwai *trcct.£g|tf
Rurlington, Iowa, one door above John
Foote's Ion store.
I)It HARVEY,
OFFICE and lle-idence on W^ishiiigton street, oppo
site the Alarke? House, Burliujrtun. [junell, '62
K. D. BltoWMXu. J. TRACY.
Bit M\ NING & TR\CY,
\'L'T0Rj I'.YS and Co instdlors at Law and Solieiton
in Chiineery, Burlinprt« n. Iowa.
/ffilfWill attend inomptly to the location of Lai'
Warrants. Land Agencies,eeolletion of debtii, Ac.
OR JO I iNH.RAL H~
)FFFRS his. Professional service^ to the citizen? ot
Barlingtor and vicinity. JElf'Offiee on Moin«itreet
"ver R.S. Adams'Shoetitorc.
A E E O U S E
MAIN STREET. KEOKUK. IOWA,
D. W. PRESSEL **'opr e'nr.
Connected wt" the above estaoliahiieiit is th»
•jk.nekal Stage 'ffice. I^ec 1
I 110 s W".~N F. W A N,
JTTOR\E Y.iND COUXSRT. OR.IT T.A
W
OJJice, Main Street, (Hawk-Eye Building,)
Himing tut, o a ii.
VJ
ILL promptly attend to land a^enci'S. cot lectin',
debts, inves ing money, locating and selling
jASH VVahkasts. andall other business pei taimngt.
lis profession
D. KKIIDKR,
JT'IUSE PAI.VI'ER. «»lai*er, anl Paper Hanger
IJL H" ha?, also, a washf ir brick, both durable, cheap
i u warranted to prevent datnpne«s, in houses, fr»n.
-et
K K V 0
fill.
A DELPHI A
A V E I S I N O U S E
Xo. "7. Sou'h Third Street.
Tan. 28, '5 t-ly
N.
Rn
1».
(iRTTE
tlOUSE. Sign. 'Jarrutgi an*l 'Jrnu'oental P.iintei
Imitatoi 1 w«hh1. iiiarbSt Ac. £05" Shop un Jet'
rson afreet. ipjHr-itt the Barrel 11»ii'
Burliii2t..ji, api il I S'iH. ___ •IS in
J. I..
.rjIOLESAU and Retar Dealet in BorAf. StatloBf
ry and Fm-y arielcs. n .r-li tide of .Inlcrson »tre
between Mam and fluid, Burlingt. n, I"Wn.
J. 6. LAIMAN.
Cap?, Ac., Ac.
K. D. It ANH & (X).
DEALERS in Lumber ^hingks. Lath
Tr-itijens
jui
.IIE und.rsigni'd would respectfully inf. rm the
of Ihirlincrt in and vicipity. that he is pre
p-irid tofurnish. nt the shortest V,lo notice, C'fftnf.
of everv description, ,-n the most nnwirab!e term*.
READY MADE COFFIXS eo!i«tniii Iv iin hnnd.
Hearses and carriage? finirnished when required.
/^^Ordors receivml at Adam Lam- r's Fumittm
•^tore. we-t ?ide of Maine «tre t, between .I oi.
and Vnllcv street?. R. TIIOPV.
jan 7, twly
(iEOR«»E FKAZEE,
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law. J&fF" Office on
Tliirl *freet. between Jefferson and Washington ats.
Bui lin tton. Iowa.
i. M\ii ^rn,
ATTORNEY AND C'OUNSELL »R AT LAV
•ftnd So/icilur in CIiq r:ery,
I.V, low
\T7 ILL practice in the six'h and seventh jndici
»t liistru-t.s of Towa. Particular attention given
the collection of dematid5 in western Iowa.
March 7, '54. ly
I :«W »rner
C. lIALLiind Wm.R.TIIOM1
liannership under the n me ,,f MALI.
THOMPSON, and will attend toall pretessional bu-i
ne»s that may be confided to them in the 'tnte
I iwa. They will give particblar attention to bn-inej.
in th Supreme C« ii'-t.
,p&* »!ti»'in \V ish:ngt.on .«tre -t adjoining the
CI ikV office, Ibirlingt on Iowa.
Marcl. '/•!—1 v
U i at W
WHOLESALE & RETAIL HEALERS IN
i k s S a i o n e y & i n y s
In the I'jipc ll'iiis.-., -..!j .h-ing iVc Po»t flf)u-e.
BURL IN TON, IOIFA.
May It*, 11' i I v
AJiFltED S. FEAR,
KSS iR K»iT .It TO.)
ConimiMion and Forw:irilin-: Vlerrh. ntl, \Tater
Utirliusloii. Iowa.
I
IIF nodersigiit'ii w ...id i.-if ctfully inform th
public, that lie !ia taken 'h h«'ii-e nelv "Ci i
ied by Msm. Finite ,V the p'ir)iosi» i«f tran
e!'n«: a g.vniiiD'''iiiin ssion and Forward n^ 'los-inew.
lid Imp's, by sixing it his entire attintion, to iner.i
slsnre .,f the j''dlic patro-.inge.
/HUff i* n i a-uliir itU'iif "ri iaid to buying and selln.i
r- due*' al' description.*.
I n. 31 H. 4. y twAw ALFRED S. FEAR
W I E A E S U A I V S
II IRE iiijr.a^e, ii.i .iiii.i .i[ih ti I iiiuis
rt-nt ju«f rei-eiveil a1 i i v
ajiril'.'7 J. t. \X A ?*RO
U N A E E I I
a
\'C'lll'••iS.
lj
f'i
III !U.I i:.f
ap:il -U
CIGARS! a
am
s. H'liK.l
J. -l
iO.l-CII. h«lt:e brat
ti ooii
Ircb will Ii w Id at v ly
[limy _'5 "5 I]
vv
,,l
AT I, WV.
City of mnci &! ffsy I.wa.
Vlaiclt 1 S.' l—ly
i:
w fi -1
IVA TCIIES, Ji:
WLLRY. Jc7.
i-. iiutv ..ii :i ui i v i ... .i ill »i
.ine iiol i
iiv
l-t.
A
il
1^Al'MAS.
.1. (r. LAUMAN & RRonifcK.
FORWARDlNti and CoimHi*i«.n M. riarit eorn..
Front and Jotfeis, n utitets, Bui lington, lowu. Al
so. VVh ic:ale anil Retail Deulei- in Dr.v
ceriei". ilardware. Jiunmswarc. BooU. Show,
Timber. Burlington. Iowa.
E. D. ll^tt'. irlin^ton .CaRWS A EAfoS-w's
yjf Luui' e! Yard bet wevii Washineton and .lot
fjron ^ncis. Burlington. Iowa.
etfeix n street.
.llHN
ATTORNEY and ''/ounscllfi at Law. 'l |flingtoi
Office on
l».1851.
LAHEE.
I'/oungclI"! Law.
Iowa, m* Dtfice. in the tjuilding-.f EberB. I A M.
Unie, on Third street. [may 25. !35-
GEORIsE SNYDER,
K TTORNKV \1 LAW, MoTAKV PUBLIC
A. IISSIONEH OF OKKDS.
tflce over 8urnap»» Druf ^Of,oa
oo»lO-i»t
1 Ett'S, oaiu
GUEENStVARE AMf GLASS WAR.
1 i l.\E asortiiiom jnsi p» ii*- an f«*i sai» v. i
j\ low by [may 20] N I N a A IIIEY
•i REM1UM paid for old silver coin by
iJRKKN. TliOii AS A Co.
jan 2S (Qazctte copy)
NEW JEWELRY.
UST received,a tuw an i fa tuonable assortment of
tiold earrings, gold linger rings, gold breastpins,
mid jieneils, (rold seal nnds kiys, gold chains, gold
edg's. Ac., for sale verycliecp by
\rril
20.
A. W. A VV CARPENTER.
1. .-H.k A.\I M()i.l..~kr.\ HATS, of til.
f* best q*ia!it v. .md latest styb-s. ir s.ilcat ihe
MAMMOTH C1.DTHIXW STORE.
A led
1 Sa4.
v
HEETINCl-l 4 bales assorted quaiitiesnnd wide
Of sale by april 22 KiMBALL A CD.
CLOTH CAPS.
FINE assortment of men's and ImysV bine mili
tary and other sty les, at W STUKUIS'
DR. FR. CIO LIN A.
UYSiCIAN SURtJEON AND OeULIST. Office
ICMOIR of Mary J. W are, bv Edward I!. Hall,
at MIXER A VAN METER'S
June 6 B.. k Store
Fo Kuililc r*.
A KEGS assorted nads. lb lj«.*es 8 10 glass.2l
OU I Mixes 10 12 do., 10 boxes 10 I-4 do., 1,UW»
iHnn.ds of log chain?, for sale low bv
march.10 KIMBALL A CO.
MUSQUITO IJARS.
ONE
IH M'i.i 1 p.'iis -sip.ii.. Bari*, White.
Blue and Oieeu, just received and f--r sale by
Hi,. 27,'at. *5 Lai \S,
S I U itisIS,
DE\LER IN HA 1-. TAPS. FIRS. AND READY
MAD1' CL»1 illXC.
Jefferson street, 3d door below Main,
.mi
II^IIM.. It. il)
Varch II.
lilll.MK V» I eek a 111 I H"iliall My boh «i
expbin I.m N.iter and a vih abiibnj John
ll L. L. l'.,f -ti. at CoKSK'h
A
JCST HECEBT2D— FEB EXl'KiiSS
ACOM
I'id-IE assoituient 4 Units ami »ho»
sisting of
Ludi. s and gentleman's bnnah.overslMieij
.« end Misses gntn s,
n^s boot«irf ea jry-ii awl quality,
Ladi. s' do
(l" d",
rMfr, y&tSfi'gg&jfef
•it, ixiys,
will lie sold cheap
dec
i
ILT.Son I«'
wb
"C..
tu, 2 b:.t-Xt
f.T alt, fran £1 iipwan ».'y
liREKN. I1I0MA- A CO.
»i
28
\1E^
SI S CL K & I I
(Slice S0OI*." to ieba» I- A Clark
Dealers in ireign and Domestic y Uoo^l*. tir ee
ries Queen war-. I'.«.i« Sh. s. and R«*dy
Made C! .thing.
'I1II FT invite th' |a.blie call and excmine »b'i
1 «-s..rtra«tv T}#S »i»:^eiioine.lto ^ll bi»rgaiiis
f« sh.
s
.Inly 18 IS54-
I.iutil imm
i
1 1 1
1 'lUl ju*l •eofitfi. t:M« f"1
Tut, I.V '53
LARGE assort
meet ofbonntf«f.T salcrheap by
£»ptU37J & LADMAN 41»*0
K
-A cqixtrv (iQVEBvnr, ixFi.i:xin?.\ m- rkhi, i, ivscked a-.aksi M.-nccms. us policy can never bw on-rt- o^rwnn™ can never fail."
BURLINGTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1854,
8
Two jlcrw of ۥ*round
A
It
aK
A I
i\
Kroi,n,l i^Iocated within a few rods of the
Murlinston and Missouri Railroad. The whole of
tins lot is level, and will be sold in a body, or in one
acre or one-half acre lots or in lots of 'Jox 120 feet,
P» cli i.«ers may desire. One half of the purchase
meyin hand, the ballanee on time. TUn iodis
p»tabfe. Enquire at this office.
Ai i il 'qj9 1854.
COATS, PANTS, VESTS, SHIRTS, &c.
A Large assortment fine and faslnonnble nfyles
f^rspring and summer, •'just fn the mint,''
and for sale lower than the lowest, at the Clothing
si ore of w. STUKGIS.
april 8 .Te(frson s'ret. 2 dinrsbel iw Main.
DRESS GOODV
o-i riecesfignr^d Lawns, 50 p'cs Lawn Patterns,
&U 150 p'cs Prin»el do.. 5(1 "liar go IlHines,"
27 assorted Popli's. fer paie.low by
march 18. J. S K' MBA',L A CO.
rAD\
I i|»
-'»X l» iv formed
III:N riNtJTOX and her Friends, or the
Revival of the nrk of (?od in thedutie«of
Wesley, W iiitefield, R.'iiiAine. Venn, and r-'hers just
received at fapril I?] CORSES
TNor
welve Years a Ktav^A narrative of Sol men
rirup. a citizen of New York, kidnnp- ed in
Wadiinirton City in 1841. and rc-cued in 185:t. trnin
a cotton plantation near the R.d River, in u:si u.a.
iOr-ideat. MIXER A VAN MKIKR'S
June 1 Book Store.
TI7"E have just received the best brands of sheet ii g.
y prison lirn ns, •h^titiir linen al riin-'itif, talTe
linens and eiol h"'. il'ing. tickivg. elircVs nn'l -oft« n
ade- quilts and a s asMtr'm r' of h«us-keepin z
gods. 11 f'ir saleat unusually low p' cesat M,e ne«r
toreof f'li'.y JO] NUXX.tlJUi V.
ft.
S E E o Y I E O I N
'U .•! i ^13 rJt
Alxive am, 'h 'wo ii Olivo in] f# *v|wf ts
SAINT LOUIS- MO.
kf, jt'.ii,Is,
I'aiuphleU, I Mn-ie,
'.leularb, liiilr.if Lading,
•eeks. Kill Heads,
eint Directors, ,\i .. Ac.
H. I'. M. I- prepared ti execute e. jry leser ption of
I u
i pr«s n i t.
e iiiooi tiuiigii i
pod..,-:. I.
lit ill the i i
I
.-'i r. y.
wm,' I'utleij. Ace -id ii Y «i is .c., a ol wa
'V will s v »y ch ap i: It
ii.i
I'Xni ..ti: e vil­
t.nnps,
I Miig-.stfr'La
IKIS,
I'ateut Mtdi
St roily pint an-l .lobl.inv. in thel»C!'l stylrat '.6rt
ii ti-»'. i.ow I'itu Ks. inii |nineiiKiiii\ guarantved.
W W.kIimii- iak li i^utl tuthcui^iual.
A i.nM 5, '53. dwly
niilnl EnnncJint ly.
& k 1* i iil.-ilwL l:i i.. loi w lui II ,.e nil I pi
JOu
•ip'i: 11.
li.
A
1
n:' I I I. li l. i
\:i- DAi.l.s
.*«*!• ^«a in.
l* fall trade or 1S51.
Mt'Nci- 'i i Mi skiti. I «v
haftt.r ..f «..-il'i,t
lor th
Nin\• H
jttjl :Cc nto at th
i
D. IiA i-NE", Pr jirie'O', 161 Br. adway N-T-
UNIVt-UiSiTY FAMILY MEDICINES.
Fi /V itAi A AIkUK
1
iE mi *e's iy .•! fne medicine and p. pela know
e«tg.. cha teidl by the State of Pei'Usylvania
Ap: il 29
i.*.r3
4
li t: 'H.i
i (r, ar-d!»• »ui it\itig tli.1 !iai
no ini. rfli' mtieiv t'ieWHl
oMslil- rlltcffs i- Wit I IIU"
1 tin itria Midi.a Dm'
u: evii-, |i ii-, los-\ hair w.th
a k l,i- latin.-,) i.- fb. ua.v.r»til
.n.m. li .1 an y w. rep if.t' v
ii -KiUiiain n ii. s f'lliy
sh.d
res
oled ill
i i.. i a i.::idn s yeai.- A. C-nrtlaoii
ii Runt. Si. X. Y IIk K il.a
ion i
a
e.rtain
u
i n Xri iniii- b. .id.ielii. uld all eiltaimm- .^•11?
•al by a d'1'al. 11 v i\ white, lry it. Pice or.i
J. t:!- ii 1st: ge
bo.lies.
mainly to arrest the evil.- of si minus
no-truiiis: als.i to supply the pubsc with reliable re
medies. where theUst medical advisers cannot or will
not be employed, having purchased the invaluable re
medy.
ROWAN D?STONIC MIITCR®.
the flrst ond Km wn n- twenty years as the cer
taincurefor fever anil ague, and its kindred com
piain's, c« n!id. ntly rtwnimend to the patronage ol
the afHieti-d.
The above institution likewise receomraends 101
Ivrrt el
/lllpl.1 Il.td.
rowand's compound ptrcp or blackbrerr
ROOT.
and in due time will fnrni it?own rrm, dy for even
'tisease tha« can b- safely treated in this way.
By older of the trustees,
JOHN R. ROW AND, M. D.
Pre.-ident of the University, and bead of th
Pharmaceutical Department.
Hotne dip. ns.iry and office. No 6S Arch St. 1'hila.
AGENTS, E. E. Gay bulingtoi Iowa,
Wm Siurgis, do do.
August I 1854
I'm r«
»ol».
pIIE•^t,cntiot!pllrl haslr^of is nvited to the (are.
:iss ir'mont of Parasols, just received. Amongthe
issortinent inayh- found figured, plain, ihangeabl.
«nd watered of all colors and -igns.
June 10.'53 MK'II A ELS A CLABK
TESTED BY TIIOlA\DS A XXI' I.I.Y
A N N E V E O U N W A N I N
k 1
."TAR'S llalsain n Wi!d Cln riy, the m-know
I.*Ijreil remedy for ("onghJ, Coulds. Consun«pt 'u
.fth. Luii-s. Asthiaa, Croup, Hectic Fever,Night
Sweats. AC. Ae.
Iliy-'cians .ften acknowledge that this remedy
,-tands at the head all others in the enre of dir
cii» s of the most daiigemun eon«innptive chaiwrte
rtnd that ni tho-e-f a le-s alarni'n!.' nature it Is ae!
doin kn.'wu t.« fail, if jn li. i.u-lv apt.!i d.
J5 II«. IS liw. II il»!.
1
HE sub-e.-ibei.-' mannf icture and keep on Lain
I n I a tee ass.itmont of bells suitable rehurcbe*.
•vad. tnies. factories, stcan is. antations. etc.
inonnted with their improved huntings, the m«?t cf
ftcant in use. Their establishment has been in op
pera'ion thirty year*: Inning turned out nearly tei
b.ai-and lvll avriaginvr pounds eaeh and it
p:i?em- and proce?- maiinfucture so pel fe. te.1, t..
^••ther with rei cut impii v. menf-, »haf it? fiells hav.
"n u! qnnllel r.put tini for volume of s' un.1 am
qnnlitv 1 ». ne Th y have ju«t received—Jaruaiy
|R.U— he first eiiium (h silver ineilaljof th«
f|[..il.f« Fair In New Y- 'rk. over all bells in this cotm
rv or Eun |ie. II irioij
lajge assortment of belli
11
.n hand, and ing in imm lint.- connection wi^b
motes in all r'dions. «-itb- railrrtiid. -anal ir i irer.
H»fl 'nt 4 h-nr- from New Y.»ik. we Mn execute or*
1 with dispatch. A'WrisP.
TAA REAM.* wrapping paper, aborted. 40doten
1UU lien bed e rd« 50 d-*. muiilla do.. 20i-i'»
da 0. a« ir—d. :5b..les wi ipp ng twine, fur-n»e i y
mar 20 «f. KIMRAi.l ACQ.
pock* A p»«n knives .-'P
'icle,
april 29
lELI't 't s»'.t
S
k nin^
append
LYH ortf»K Cu.
on nm
U
i
EVENT'S SOWS.
m*r.2'54ly W.-t 1'i-ov A: hum* on. Jf. T.
Rnvn.i 1 ki' ge« Chkrij* H-J. Mar* o A V.»
V*dw uk A'." ft*.
j. 1 v
rcissors, a xciy g' 00 at
W. A W. AR^VfeR
fbe
Rijfhi Hon. ge ^an
iiJ, lomnari l.iojiri.pttie:' ki tel rtal
1 "iK E'S i{*k sf.r. Mum 7. 58
ltlED FRl rr.Lice, Fi» h, Teas, Nail*. Ac.
A fresh Aiaortawut »t
apr 20 Ki«»AW.A0».
VJ# f„ i.- i-
A if
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF
Ready Hade Clolh
W O E S A E A N K K A 1
ni:i\sii i nn:n io.,
AT their extensive and long established Clothing
Emporium, on Jefferson street, Burlingten, bav«
just received and opened their
Fail and Winter Stock of Heady Made CUthlag.
Which for variety, quantity, style, and price, will
challenge competition with any a~sortment in the
west. Their supply consists in part a* follow*
CO 4TS.
Fine cloth frock, dress, box, and sack eo«t«, all
colon. Casstmere, plush, beaver, and eottonade, do.
Also, a large stock of oil cVth and gumela^tic outtt,
PANTS.
Black doeskin, fancy easssimere. faney cnasin
ehet ps grey and brown tweed pants, ai also ota
varieties.
VESTS.
_Fine satin rests, double and single breasted, of al
kinds and qualities. Fancy ~ilk and cloth do., fine
silk and p'ush do., velvit, eassimere, tweed, and«Hsl
net vests of all colors.
Hats and raps of all kinds and qualities.
Linen Shirtsf Silk Handkerchiefty Ac.
A tine a.-.-oi,:n*nt.f linen shirts cotton do., Jenny
Lind do., and a large otoek of handkerchiefs, of all
kinds and colors.
I' nilcr-rlot hing,
eonsisthip of silk, cotton, and woollen goods
and general assortment.
Alsoj a In 1 ge and TariwI ftssoittnetit of C10THS
A8MULI is ai ii Vimlnuk, vf 6il kinds ami cuiol• i. 1
niakiii^ up to onier.
A -killlui cutter ai litter—Mr. J. M. Ncly—
vi i eup rintei tiie making up d.paiiuieiit.
failms and seamslietbet wanted—any number ii
-""d hands. UKi»HKiutaA Co.
Si-j t. 21, IS54.
I I I I I i U K I i
#I11L\D1
.DPHIA MEDICAL HOU-E— Estaf
ItsU.M ^W^eais i.go. by Di. KLNKhLlX.
1' rimd and L'oi'.u sts., b. twtctj cp.u.# uud ili
.'ltdiidel| bi «. Pa.
INVALIDS
r.' apprised that Di Kmkmiii cnSne# hii prMtc
a particular branch of in#dii t'.K, which ujjage
is u cikvided atiemion. Hcu iutionstheunl'ottui a:
t^iiiist the abuse of Merctny ih•tisai.it.' an* as
ti'i-illy ineveuriulized out cf Lie, lloueut aifcutious a
».ou i tl t^tinguished.
TWEN 11' Y -JARS OF EXl'ERILNCE
Tn the tr atmejjt1 a cltus of dtsv'iiied hitherto ne^
led and iitip.rie.rtly u-idfjvtiHHi. has enable I
vir.kel n. (Ankiiur tf a W'irk 011 self pre^ei vali.iii,
'eve shut tiuc-iexitiu the teu cs i titnou* ucu.
v, loe.i 1 and ccn:atuti.n il waakne-s. mental an
nys.cnl sntloring, are Uaccable to ceitHin hai.ir
oiinitis the most secret yet d^.i tiy, and fat
iiiiiij.fc of domestic misery and prcaiatm e mortality.
TAKE PAKT1CULAR NOilCE.
There is an i vil habit sometimes indmged in
ys, in s. litud ', of teu gv twing up with tnciu to mail
I'.'rd. ai.d wh eh. ii not rcioinicil in due time, n-
Iy lieget* serious oh tach s to matriun 1 ial ha|
"sSi but g.-.cs rise to a .-erics of p.ofract in-idiou
.d ticviistati'.'g ::Se ctione. Few 1 those who gi*
•tiiy to this pcnicii.-us area war. of the coiiM^ucnces
nit il they find the ner\ou» system shctterre*!, fee
'range and unaccountable feeiings and vague fvar
n the 111 1 d.
The unfortunate thus aff cted becomes feeble, i
unable hiIvjr wiifa awaistotaed vigor, or to tippl\
i' m'nd tosfudy his Siep is tardy and weak, be i"
U.ll. iiresolute. and engage* in his sports with lees
en. ryy than usual.
If he craam .p8to himself, b«furethe practice has
done its worst, and enter matrimony his marraige is
unfiuitful, and his sense tells him Hint this is caused
by his early follies. Ttiese are considcra tions whioh
should awaken the attention of those similarly sit
uated.
MARRATGE.
quires the fulfi'mcut of several conditions, ia "or
der that it. may be really the rnu-e of mnfnal happi
iicss. Could the veil which covers the origin cf do
mestic wretchedness be raised, and its true source in
.very instance disclosed—in how many could it be
racinl to phy-ical disqu dilicatioiiR and there atten
dant d'sappointin -nts Apply then while it is vet
ime, in order to have ycui unstrung and relaxed or
ganization rebroced. revivified and strengthened.
REMEMBER.
lie who places himself under Dr. Kinkrlin's treat
in 'Tit, may religiously eot:£de :n his honor as a gentle
man, and rely upon the assurance, that the secr«cte
Dr. K's patients will never be disclosed.
Young man—let no false modesty deter v u from
ni king your i-e known to one who from "education
and re-p ctability can certainly befriend you.
Too many think they will conceal tiie secret in
theirow) hearts and cure themselves. Alas! how
ften i* this n fata! delusion, and how many n prom
ising young man. who might, have been an ornament
to s ciefy has fitd.il from the earth.
Strictures of the urethra are rapidly removed by the
application of n new therapeutical agent used only by
Dr. K. Weakness and constitutional debility mptly
urcd and full vigor retired.
COUNlRY INVALIDS.
ab have by stating thcii case ex' Ixitly togetherwitb
all their symp nis. per letter inelositte a renattaooe)
I'r K's' medicine nppropraN-d accordii r'y.
1 wanlel to any ni* 'he Ln ted OtAtM, asd
packed secure
from d"n .ea curiosity.
E A I
V 0 1 1II1 and Tl.'iiiliood,
A vigui u-'it "i i |.ri iiu'u e drd:h. KmkelilOB
sc I' preservation—Only 2sce ts.
It is a W'.rk em ient!y lequiicl as a means of re
timing tho vices of the ug in wnioh we lire. Also,
NATURES GUIDE.
With rules for the Prolongation life, just from the
Press.
A letter w:th a renii tance of 25ct? or the Talae in
'Histaye stamps, addrejsed t.~Dr. K nkelin, Ph:la
Itlphia: will sei lire a c-py if either the abve
0 k- by return of mail or 12 copi s w".1 be -em free
•f (Hist.ige r$l. okselcrs. Cai vassir» Traviling
Agents. Ac., supplied wh'l. fi.'# at the publisher's
pric s w' ich wlnW la:ireyrofit.
f^T All letters must be post-paid.
'Hytrin school JnuriiMl o Ktlncat.vB
of I III- Mulf Of Il\VH•
IIE object of thisJonrnnl is, to pr mote the
astsof Universal Edncation iti this Mate, li is
will a in to do, in a threefold manner: Firrly».Bj
furnisbhi^ that kind of mformati. rtqttisiu foi la
rentf, Guardian* and Sehool Oftieerf.in ordei that th-y
may properly discharge their respective duties: S#c
ir,dly»-Bv assitt ng ana oneouragirg the Timber in
the discharge of his arduous professior Thirdly.
offering iBstrnctiveand interesting mattei totheTotitl
of our State. that tbey may not only acquire a ta»t»
for reading, but at the Mamctime irain tl informa
tion which they will so much require in aftei Lfe.
That such a Journal has lone been needed in tnl»
State is s fart that cannot be ioiihted: »nd it is hoj.
ed that th" Friends of Ediicati ai ,tliron hf'Ut the: tat.
will give if a liberal mi pp. rt.
Tbi Jonrnal seomp«sed of 10 pagesroyalort ne
1k *ennr ar $ 1 p^r vear.invariably inadvan»*.
*ii^ Mr J. L.CuBSE, of this citv, i. agent fur ti
•iihlisber. [Feb 18. Ih53-Hp 1
HiPrk1 Hook of
JUST
'eciv«d
apiilt
MM!frMl*•« OOBcB'b
140.
VOL 1—NO
-alarg
TULSK-i, CARPET iGS, I '"/i IMBRELLA*
locU't all tasits.aiuiplenty of them.
Afott, Hudiilu lit.Of*, fcc., fee*
Tin.- is bc largest stoik ce tiottghi to HurMi gton
all and c.\:mim!u and you s..all tiot go auay on a
ount of the pi iet».
3i"i'
CHERRY PcCTORAL.
For Iho ure
COiUHS, fOLDS, HOARSK.XESS,
BRONCHITIS, ^i!0f)PI\G-r0rCII*
CROi'P, ASYiHIA. A\D
ro\s!rfPT»o\. -*1
To tin n Cold, with iicihI Rcke,
Soreness of tho Body.
Twrap
AKE theCheny PiTteral on going to bad, ttf
up vmrro, to sweat during the night.
For a cold
tind
Is generMly mnrh relieved, and often wholly enta
by Cherry Pectoral. But then sre s meeases so obatf
nate as to yiejd en tin ly ta 110 medicine. Cbarry ttf
toral wili cure them, if tLcv eau be curcd.
Utoi.s'hltik,
or irritation of the throat and upper portion of tfco
lungs, may be cured by taking Cherry Pectoral ia
small and fceqiient doeee. Th? uncomfortableoppra^
is so .r. iriu vi^l.
Rev. Doct. Lansing, of Bmoklin, N. 1. states:
I have seen the Cherry Pt-etorai cure such rases df
asthma and baiiichitis r.s l^ads me to believa it 0M
rarely fail to cure tbors di^cai?«.
»'o 1 lOllp.
Give an emetic antimony, to be followad bylafM)
md frequent d'fes of the Cheny Pectoral, until II
ulnluee the disease. If taken is season, il wi.l Ml
ail tocuier
VThooping Toneh.
May he broken up and s on
oared by the Meof Ckf
ry Pcctoral.
Ill II IIZK
IsspeHily rrmoved by thin romedy. Nnmeters (R
-taiicej* have bem noihed where whole families win
roticted from snv ser'ou- cnsi quences. while thtlr
oeighbore, without the Cherry Pectoral, were suffering
'1 i.m the discasa.
Our cletgyman of the Bnptist chuich says that d*.
ing the run of the ii fluenza here lias sea^n, he hstf
seen cures fr. your mcuicinc he doukl scarcely baTt
believed without ceeinc. Yours resp 'y,
\.
TERMS. S400
caugh, take it morning, nooo, and
evening, according to direction? on the bottle, and th*
difficulty ill &'»ou i? rcuived. None will long stiffeF
f''-'in t-bia trouble tvIicii ihev find it can be so readily
cuied. Persons sfilietcd with a seated couph, whica
breaks tliem of their rest at night, will find by taking
the Cherry Pectoral -n iirg •.•'bed, thev may be sure
of sound, unbroken e'eep. r.n consequently rf fresh
ing rest. Great relief from suffering, and an n'^mst#
eure. is afforded to lh« ucir.ds wh ara thus sfllctad,
by this invaluable remedy.
From its agreenble effect in thesa eases, many fln4
them.-elvcs unwilling to for.-go its use wbas the nsntm
siiy for it La* ceased.
From twi cinii ent physicians ia
Fav!tvu.i.e. Tenn., April 10th, 1811.
Its We lnve n voui Cherry Pectoral en 9ffi
t"nsive trial in our practice, and find it ntrpai«
ery ther remedy we l.ars for ourinj affeotioos
the respii atory ortn lis.
DR.:. DIEMER k HAMPTON.
To Singetn nnd I'tiblic .Hpenkei•.
This remedy i* invulnabie. as y its action 'n th»
threat and lungs, v.Len taken in rmall qunntitiis.il
removes all bonr. n«s in a few hou.s.p.nd wndsrfully
incrcu.es the power aud flexibility o. the Tok'9.
isTIi
Salsu,Ohio, 11th June '51.
Ooet. ,T. C. Ayer:
I wr tr tu inin yon of the truly remarkableaffcati
yi ur Cne-rv Pectoral in this place, and in my ow»
hiunh. One i my dangitfi r« was o.mpletely enrad
n thne tinyk of a dieailiu! whooping cough, ty tak*
ng it. Dr. Means, oo.'of dur ve.y ben puvsiciant
f-cely etatfj that he considers it the best remedy w
have for pulmonary di-enses, and that be has caret
more cases croup with it than any other medioiw
ne ever ndniuiitU-i'cd.
J.D, SI N'T.AIR.
Deputy Postmaster.
From the distlngnlsb»d professor of Chcnistry ial
ateria Med ie.i. Buwdnin College.
I have found the Cherry Pectoral, as its ingredientf
show, a powerful remedy for cold.', and coughs, aaf
pulmonary disease-. 'Parker ClXTRLAKD, If 0.
Bbuhswick. Me., Feb. 5, 1S47.
lr. ViiD'utliie 1ott.
The wiih !y celebrated professor of Surgery Ir
Medical College, New York city, saye:
It give- me pleasure to certify to tne value and att
•aey of Aver's t'herry Pectoral, wbicb I consider pa
nllarly adapted to oure diseases of the throat anil
lungs.
Cures of seveie diseases upon the lnngshave baao
affected by Cherry i'ectoral in such extreme cases at
riant the belief that a remedy has at length hacB
und that can 1« depended on to cure tbe oougha,
cohls, and consumption, which carry from our midal
thousands every year. 11 ia indeed a medicina It
which the afflicted can look with confidence for raliafy
and they shou. not fail to avail themselve- of it.
Prepared by J. C. Ayer, chemist, Lowal, MaMt
Mfirch9,1854—3m
Sfed by E. E. Gay and J. F. Tallant, BsrllaglM.
Avers, Ft. Madia11.
Gillmore A MeKinney, Keokuk, Iowa.
J. TAYLOR
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Itf
Hat-, 1 Rjis, su. w tiimil* & t'lulliiaii'*
SIGN OF THE BIG HAT.
East side Main Street, Burlington, IowM»
l. ii .vejuai re-i» 'i, .'Ud uie u w «i|«nnig
large and w. 11 selected stock of panama. legbora
straw, p.alm. soft.and fashionable hats clothing
furn -liii^ gooi's, Ac., Ac., to which the at ten' ion of
the public is most lespectfulij solicited. Weareaiw
d" in: bn mes on the jrincipieof stnrll profits and
qunk sales, b.ti.ving th the "nimble sixpenet"
is Utter in the 1 ng run than the "slow shiliu g.'•
Cme evcrytwnij, mid we wdl guaranteo to •h'Mr*
Me ^d gKl-, aid lots• tb for little moriM
*\lth rti our Hle-rcm iriuti-i la-gt a- some in tM
city, w ''"w yn» hotise welt fillet. from the
st ry down. v. *k of Panama, leghorn, ttrnw,
and palm hats. toge„. with little hoys fancy tell
and raps, and Misses flata, is unusually large as fct
style, they are superb.
Oar stock af Raft Hata:
such as beaTtr, seal, otter. Rnasia, and wool hata, aft
entirely to numerous to partiealariie in an advartia^
inent.
The ClothlagRBd FRrRlsHiag O—da Pay
rfsO
is as i^inplett and tast.fully gut np, both in nakt
nnd material, aaany exclusive efothing tatablithmeM
in tb- country. And don't frgat tot af(R ot
Big Uat, oast aide of Main stmt.
|. H. TATLOV,
BarllRglnft, April ti,
'Ma
WJSlfNoTiflfr
THOSRlataaaa
indel4ad to tht aahscriher If Roltari
aooount are aarneatly nqoealtJ to aall aifl settlR
'ha same tkis dntatnd dt lMk«« Amgm^rn
My frienda, by atUndtoft to thia notiw. will
I e traplea ant taak of wtit1nto» them til pern*.
must haven tortpltakh»y atoelwltk. byfht
ate above nauMR.
July 18,185A.
(CRT
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RECEIVED—A splendid lot of silka, lavRf
^lwes miue, hosiery, Ribbon* Ac. by
adril 22 KIM BALL A 00k
ROtMK FOR UK NT.
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