OCR Interpretation


Burlington tri-weekly hawk-eye. [volume] (Burlington [Iowa]) 1852-1855, October 17, 1854, Image 1

Image and text provided by State Historical Society of Iowa

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85049817/1854-10-17/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

Is
Oa
BY JOHN PIERSON SR.
THE TRI-WEEKLY HAWK-EYE-
PUMIRFWDCVEFY
Tun-lay. Ttlrirslay,
square liue* »r 1ms)
K.»CH
ad tionaUns^rH'M
TNS .f
Cie
1- JLl.
•rr
.FTUFTTXKSS CARDS.
r.F||/4AIUP
CLAJilvb:,
TIL 'S. \T'-|.!VK' »V. B. SMITH.
LUTOLI^FE, & CO.,
.• General Agency,
COMMISSION k FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
kn i nisvr f-n til* P- -isvlv.ni* (Vulval Mir.,ad
So. 47, Commercial St., beVti Olive & Pine,
Saint Louis, Mo.
ee l-lyw
WM. S. GRAFF,
ATTORNEY A COUN-LLLKJR AT LAW
AMI! GKNEILAL, OOLLEUTIXO AOKNT.
kFFIOE ouedoor ninth of the Barret llouse, Third
/. tree'. Railing*
011, Iowa. Dec. -D-lv-bp
VV. W. DRUMMOND,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AC LAW.
O^tTAWlca, Henderson county. IHir-1
s.
decl-ly
-lip
THE NEW
V I
IMi
PHPU**,
I I v I I I K
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
RONTING ON MAIN, GREEN A SECOND STS
JOHN
11.
SPARK A JOHN
O.
IUUT
W.
O.Tv-e rain v -1 fr
STAUK,
»I)
I F-I-SON
ko
II :I
I
«r»?
i:4
Under the li arret Ifoums Third street,
-BU KLINGTO'N, IU WA.
is jonor.tliy a mi tUa? u- I »wi .Mu^ic Store
ii'e an addti!-t| to IJ uiiiistiiHiand wswis'i
•li b" de-i.Hliie to in.ike.-in sid
11.
U
ii'e an
A LDM
TOadd.
»vi'l A
1'
thai
diti n i
Will !II{OP
W I n v r.ri
--'I »t
di
v
A
r,I:
'i
.1
•V
,^'A
AMI
ferau of the Tri Weekly HmKEye, t4
annum. In advance.
RATES
Saturday
UY JOII\ riEKM) fiv
9»t
OF CASH AOVliRfl-ING:
PARKS. Proprietors.
STARK. ('HAS. TL. PBSLPS.
SIAKR & PH ELI'S,
TTORMEYS
AT AW. W L!
attend to any bu­
rn. nness in theC mrtsof the First Jud'eial District
:e Suoreuie Court of the Staff and the District »urt
of tlie United States ALSO—To all nuncios, in re
gard to real estate. purchase.sale and location .if Land
W irrauts.l aning of money, and all busiue.ss preperly
ertaining to their profession.
»N th
STARR.
ol.L ,«taud of
GRIMES
ftr' -t. »vi-R 'T•I•
the ens* end of
I». RNTBUY E N
tieii."
NTI•*
i)t
VRI
I. B.— fileatfiir.- »f Grimes A Staii. will
Tnovtxs.
K
•f. -.
Gui-
a 'J
lamb I
VI IT-I
1
P- f'l r-, I'inbvi'll:!
K IT PI
s n v i
LANE.
i u y
S'
in Foreign aud D»-
'U' ii-ware. !!an)trare. Gnvr
ILttijCitf- and Rc: dy MadeCloth
i| |i!y of the a'i.ive art.iclei!,an
».*t ^asojinble terms.
i n o o s
•l:]ALf5R in Ir ri. Steel, Tin Plates. Nriils, Stove*
and Jftwett'^ I'Ht.'ir l'lougl:s, Jefferson street, Bur
Uif^ton, Iowa.
I)R J. W. GARNER.
il'J tv(.N Of- N'T I ST. ^SP*" Office on
Je r« r»on street, over Waldiu's JeW®l
-y skHTe, Bui Linjton. Io*va.
J. TS. KLVIB \LL &
I. EL. TAYLOK
4
IV
\Vil'JLIISi\ LT.and II 'tail I) -ali-r in Fu -,H
Caui, Bwta, Sh'»es and Clothing. Sign of th
I(i AT, one door north of Tallant's Drug-storr,
Bariington, Iowa. Oct. 1. '52.
A k e k n
ATTORNEY and Coansellor lit
Wasiiingtonc«,unty, Iowa.
1
W.»-.t -ide -I t-n-st, near the Market House.
"Peojjle's Store." (sep 27, '52
cel.,
''IRWAUDING and iJomuiis-iori -rehants, «omer
if \Iain and .f^fsrson streets, Burlington, Iowa.
Dealers in Dry G-HKIS. Groceries. Hardware, Queens
wart, Boots, Shoes, Llat?, Caps, Jtc.,ic.
R. S. ADAMS,
tt'K)!, ih*- and ath«r Merchant, Mai.i street, two
*«rs north of Jefferson, Burlinsrtim, I(.na.
C0UATRY Q(JVERNED
ivV
boots.
j^Pnl 2, *»pjf.
25
One we-?k with mt alteration
Two wieks
One n«h
Thrv inth«••
,Sn
2 oo
I 50
00
5 00
•, Twlr^*'
V dodu'ti »n will Ha mile in ftivbr ofrcgnl
bVr
t)0
Ot»h'i4i
S
ent.
IUKIWOF BOOK AND JOB PRIVTIXG,
w i •n' n -S" ur'jcy :n»'l INpatcfc
cy
ill !1 \v.
Ln„L
.W'i
and
Doe 'V-1 \-!,p
Burlington, may 25, lS3o
L*:I|rr
I L. COR
SI
I I in Manufacturing Mill
GRIMBA
A
&
S.MDER,
»nL
STARK
A
UT' 'ORE,.
iv IIALI., on W i4)ington (t
IK-
-otlled
tV \fr.'t»rr, or th Cf i sof Stan. Grime-A nyd«r,
lt^er Xr Htrvrror Mr Snyder. f'i- old'^ttod.'
Hurlinjijton. Fel». 11.1S53
Banking ll oivc, E«'lnn :r Offit e. and
IAS
I) AGENCY.
k
GREEN, THOMAS
T-'
of
Foi'tf's ion store.
if. n. BRHtrxtsw.
FIT/ HKMIV WAKREX.
FC CO.,
A Co)
K.
'.a k.
RIKUVCTON. IOWA.
iff VK i uj-.i for the iraiv-nction of a
Llrii' rilhin-vim :ud exch tnsre iiusii.esw. and are
fo ffii'i' Uo|»osit- on the most favorable
term*. T»oi and •»i^h -Ir.if"•! liou/ht nnd soltE Col
lections to tl'. and proce.-"!-1 pm:np iy roraittinl. Intcr
e-' )f'We 1 i i d'p isi's. Retnitfan••e» and onlcrs for
axehansre from the eonniry will i••« iv-? proiapt. at
teiition uiicnrren' funds er/»dited at l-.we't rates, and
exeitan^e remitted a ordered witliotit charge,
jan 7, V»4 twly
Warrants. Land Ag'-tn-iet,
I!JFLEXIBLY
l-'riMM-h all Itim:
LST,
reccred and for sale
Hat,
5 doi. French enlf boots, an extra article.
12 loeu's brogaiu.
15 kip boots.
6
4t tjUe si&a.of tlie Big
Hurting on, loxut
VJ
HOUSE
ir lv s!—vio i-
ir» l. i.f »«.»!•
j.4 .'.?r-,ojn fx uew nv
our pr v
•O WH'I-JIJT
L(»e
IMW.
EVERSON,
.-•ATTOBSRER anl C-..ine!lor
at Law, Washington
D. J. OTTCSCK.
CROrKR*A BROTHER.
ATTORNEYS and Counsel!..^ at Law, will promptly
attend to land ag.-ncies.cllocti'«f d«bts,and all
oth«T l.usiness of their profession.
?S»" Otfiee, on the u.rth i 1 'f fef-Tson ftreet,
bfiween Main and Third, Burlington, Iowa,
II. I!\UN At i O..
WHOIjESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS TN
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC Dry Goods.
NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac-,
pORjtIR or Main' *xn WAsmNOftH
P^JRUNQTON, IOWA.
ILL promptly attend to land agencies.oo'IactiDj
de'ot", inve«i irig inon^y. locating ami s.dlin
IASU WARRANTS,
us profe^ioA
r|
'TJ.
T« L. SK. C. if.
00
u. TATLO
(S'i e,e--,«ors to Pi.pp, Parsons, A Co..)
WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
dry g'K'.H gnxteiies, boot* and shoe?, Queens
ware, glass, nwils. hats and oap.
Ac*. Jeff sun street.
Bntlington Iowa npnl 1: 64 Iv
CHARLES BE^ DARWIN.
UTO:-
III.IL IIIUUII 1 ,J |JT-IW.
AFFICi UP STAIKS
JXiafc $W BRICK
jiwt -.ootii of tho th dist Chn'rub.
.Tune ^3, '54.
"ATTORNEY AND COI'NsELLOR'AT LAW?
iL attaid prttmptly
o i
.i!].
fes^i.-nal b«wine*s
entrn.-,tc.l »o his care, in D. s Moines and the
«urroundingcouniios. Special attention given'te tli.
^fcurinj^ and collecting «f chimin: also, to renf'nt?
in.! 'paying tt.ve* ttponTeal foffcte, anS f-edecming of
li'linquent land*.
Olfii-c in front room on second floor of Eborsu! i
Mel noes' building, on .Third' street, tbioc doors^llx-v'
th i Barret .nscBurlington, Iowa..
Di- IO!IV F. & (J. HKNRY,
'VROROXS and Physicians. Oflice on Thirf!
-'.ns't, u few doors north of the Barrel House.
Dr J. F. Menrv V residence is a Lfi^ comt
4th street and the public Square. DrG. R. II
iv may be found at hi-^ residence on Washington st
a lew stops froiu bi- otfiee.
J. C. ARKiiCROMBn:.
I I E O N E N I S
R' to Ms, 1 irtli -idc of I efferson »:rcet,
over Gay 'tDrui
Entranee to*• Palmer'FHull.''
wtf
t'MCW.
!er. lie has now on hand a Sno^stoek of printing p:
per of the best •jnality, iin 1 will -toon be in ree.ei]»t of
heavv tK"lc of wrapping paper.
Printers.ind Merehiintsareinvite!to call an
vaminefor tbemsi cs. [Bnrlington.apr "!0, 'A
O
ATTORNEY AND COtNSi «.LtIl AT LAW,
City of Counct Bluffs, Iowa.
March fi, 1804—ly
^tLAS A" HI DSON.
riN, COPPER »n Sheet Iron Manufaetur
Trimmer of •?f-i»vc-». Ac.. Ac.. .lc'"er-oe rrr
B'irlirigfon, Towa. one door abo\,- Jofu.
A
•n appointed A gent by e
for the sale of helrpn
J. THAI
\TTORJCKYS and Councilor, -i- Law and S
in Clnnc'O-y, Builmgton. low
jF$S~ Wiil ai tend promptly '0 r'.u- lo-e.ti .1 f,
».
«KOv\NiN(5'& TRACY,
CCOMH
mn o) »lei v
LACLE DE HOUSE,
MAIN s'i'llEE C. lvlvJMK. IOWA,
D. W. PRES8EL
Connected »v tho above e#ti
•jKNKRAL.
VSTAOB
and all other busmen- pertniningt
K I E
PAINTER, Glairs, and Paper lltingcr.
Hebafl, atHn.
a wasii for brick, both durable, cbea)
»n«! warranted to prevent dampness, in houses, fr
vet
i~H !\f~lk rO'J*
PHILADELPHIA
ADVERTISING HOUSE.
No. .17. S«i,:h Third Street.
Jan. 28, 'o4-ly
J. L. 07»USEV
.WHOLESALE and Retail
|.
llV'i. i?.
And Solicitor in Chancery,
N I v i
TLL practice iu the six'h and seventh judieia
W diitrii ts of Iowa. Particular attention given t«
'-olii etion of demands in western Iowa.
March 7.'•'» I ly
l^an I'tn iM" *lii|
I.C.
HALL and
Burlington, Io­
wa. ^5#* Office in Coolbaugh's Bailding, Main
dK«t.
WM.
March 25, '51-ly
tl 1 \«*r V:i•• WHer•
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN
B^ks, Stationery $• Fancy Goods,
In th® Bar re* Hon«.-, idi .ining the Po«t Office..
BURLINGTON, IOWA.
Mav I•, I .»~i Iv
QUEENS WARE~AND GLASS WAR
A FINE H8omue..t j„-t
low by [may20J A HI El-
WATCHES, JEWELR Sic.
now Oil
Jo|l
^one 12 'M.
NC! 'JBH''1
ALFRED S. FEAR,
(*ro-KSS"R
FOOT
Particular nttentiim paid to bnying and selling
jwnduee of all descriptions.
Jan. 31.1S 4. y twAw ALFRED S. FEAR.
WHITE CRAPE SHAWLS.
1~*HlBr.1
!I"raf.,s
ENAMELED CLOTH.
JQQ PTEi'Es of^ii widths and t!ii kn. v»e«. *d1r«^c
aoril 20
CIGARS! CIGARS!!
S. SCIiUA^lM J| Co., have jus rwif«d
tlV ''T?0.f)00 choice brands uf Reralii»iy and
6.00t) Principo cijjnfs, all of
whieh will bi-.« ldat very low oire
[uc.ySj^]
j|HF»MIV7M paid for obi silver coin br
GREEN
jan 28
(GT^EWE
copy)
CLOTH CAPS.
M»t
50
FINE assortment of men's and It-n-s's Mne mili
tary and other styles, at
GLASSES—2t
AL
Isive
i»» ^t:iti«r5%%
ry and Fancy .irtiH^s. north side oi •'tree
between Ma in and Third. Burlingt 11, Iowa.
J.Q. LAT AN.
I.A' MAS
J. (J. LAUMAN & BROTHER.
WRWARDl'NG an^ CrtrijiniK-ion Merchants, coriit
./ Front and JeiFerson streets. Builingtun. Iowa. Al
?o. Who'e-ale ami Retail D. alet.- in Dry Goods. Gro
ceries. Hardware, (fnceiisw-arc. Boot.-.
S1HM»S,
Caps, Ac.. Ac.
E. D. RANO&CO.
DEALERS in Lomber. Shingles. Lath and S|uar
r:mler. Burlington. Iowa.
E. D.
RAMI.
'{irlmirfon CARSON A EATON. Wis
,£2dF" Lumber Yard between Washington and .Jef
'rson -treets. Bariington, Iowa. Oftw-e
Jeftl-rwin-itrept. (sept 10.1851.
jTtTN 17\!TEK.
ATTORNEY' and Counsellor at l.aw, Burlington
Iowa. /SiF" Office.in thebuildingof Eliersol k Mc
[anis,on Third strect. [may 25,1853
(iEOROE FRAZEE.
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law. ]&&*' Office on
Tliir i street. letween Jeff.rson and Washington »ts.
Burlington, Iowa.
1.. 1: TI »J
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
CHSIL.
R. TllOMPSi 'X h.ive formal
a pariivrshiji under the name of IIALL A
THOMPSON, and will attend toall prefttssi.mal busi
ness that may be confided them in the State of
Iowa. Th'V~will gire particblar attention to businew
in tin-Supreme Court.
on Washington street adjoining the
CI *rk's office, Rurlington Iowa.
keg* Beleheir -yrin
15 hi' tin do
2(1 libis.aa^ort^tl.brands ilu
lost received and for sale bv .'
AAprit T£. 1,. A c. R. \^-0NS
SADDLERY HARDWARE.
HAVE ii, sfoii and ain li- '.v i i ei\ii a!, exten
Mi w\ll a sorted stock .f cvr-iv ertic!«- in tior
iifbo i line, which will lie »dd as civ. sip as rtin
bought of any b- use In ti e w. •. A bv.y dirp 'frf^"
•uai uf.ictutcrs. I tail nutku »t an objv.-t for 11 »vl*
wish tu pari i.usc to ct»ll on uie.
api i! VJ R. S. ,AI'AMS.
Jllirosii^s.iv»-1tfluOna*,
ST n-e. and aeeor.leons, violins, hal
poi mtnie-. A"., bv
•ptil^t. A. W. W. CARPENTER.,
W*»NL:G, *v TI"
i
PITO.ME
K1explanitory
llaf?
ACOMPLETE
July IS. 1354.
1000
JNLV 13. *53
TRI- WEEKL
1
BY RIGHT, IS INSURED AGAINST DESTRUCTION. *TS POLICY CAN NEVER
BURLINGTON, TUESDAY,' OCTOBER 17 1854,
A 0».)
CtnailulM and Forwarding Mi-rrknat, Wlitef
»t.. Hurlinjlon. Iowa.
HE undersijjncl would resp.vtfnlly inform the
I public, that lie has tfken thf hon»e lately icfa
piftl bv Mrfjrs. Foote A f\... for the pnrpo'" «if t'retis
•princr a ireoi'TnlCoiniH sHon und Firwarding buwncw.
ami hofs. by giving it his entire ntttntion, to merit
a shore of the paMie s iTwage.
.ti ,o mn .r h:iwls
sort.'il. ju.-i reeeired :ind fo, s,i! by
2? J. G. A li ANA yA
THOMAS A Co..
SEW JEWELRY.
I EST recfdyed,a i)c*»*. and la-hionabieassortment of
Co|,l earrings, gold linger rings, gold breast pins,
and pencils, gold seal mil.- k. ys, gold chains, gold
edgep, Ac., for sale venr cheap bv
April 29. A. W. A W. CARPENTER.
TTMNK SILK AND MOTKSR'IN HATS, of the
be£t4i'ialitv. and late.«t stvlns. for sale at the
S
MAMMOTH CLOTHING STORE.
April 1st, 1854.
HEETFNG-14 balcsassorted imal'ties nml wide
sale by 4pril 22 KIMBALL A CO.
W
STTRGLS',
DR. FR. CIO LIN A.
PHYSICIAN
SURGEON AM) OCULIST.
south east corner Main aiulCourt streets.
June I", 1851.
Office
EMOIR of MarvJ. Ware,*it Edwird 1'. Hull.
MIXER A VAN METER'S
June 6 By .k Store
KEGS
i'o *119 iIttA*
issorte'l nails. 2."» bo.\-ts 8t^10
nii.ils of log ciiain*, foreate low by
mareb 30 KIMBALI. .i. CO.
MtJSQUtTO BARS.
\N :. iii Nl'KKD p-i T
i hi- a Crc. n. ju-T i -,• i
i n 7 i
Mr.vch lh '54.
opr
E'OR.
::~linv*iif
is tli
't"F1CK. Dee 1
I H() VI AS W" ~N FAV N,
JTTORSE Y AXI) COUSSF.Il.OR.iT T.A
Office, Main Street, (Hawk-Eye Building,)
801OVS
tt'b
VV I K 1
(oust of CRATFI'U'^
of fresh grrtC""'!-. j.
piisingnear'y every article in t^nt d'-]-*niut.
fur sale at wholesale or retail at u »wcefasi
pricet by
br
t.
IF 'I
la* bt*r \'Vc rd.
'MIE !tid r.-i^ned respcctfuiij yifoi|n .tlie public
thrtftbev have -staldish-d $r. Tx'i«tjsVve Lim l«
\oril, on Main street, near tli- I lawk- Ey.- Bri
whcM they have now n hand. and shrtH eoiwfiirttly
liet p.ii Urg« iad complete iw^rtaivM*#! Lu»l»ci fot
ouli'lii.g and othyj puriwacs,
v,,
-,
Also—Laths .^i Shingles.' Ac.,. a!I of, wj)icl:
wi"'l sf-11 at the lowest mar|*.e'price for ea?h.
July H, IM53-tf CAMPBEL A M'CLl'Ii
of Greek and Roman Mythology.wii
Not^. and a vocabulary by John
Hurt. L. L. I'., for salt at
COUSK'S
JUST RECEIVED—PER EXPRESS
assoi traent of bwits and »hois, eon
sistinsof
Ladie* and gentleman's buflfnlo overshoes,
and Missif gum shoes,
n's boots, of e\ jry siae and ijuality,
Ladies' do do do
Mi.ses. boys, youths and ii.f.mts* shoe-. wh'cl
will be «*toehelip by S SCHRAMM A Co.
dec
Mot ling K*c ha use*
BILLSon
Londen for^alc, from £1 upwards, by
niarvh 28 OREEN. THOMAS A CO
MESSRS. CLARK & CHESNUT
i fSuW' Ssor* to Mieha-ls A Clark.)
Deiil«rs lr* Foreign and Dmie-'tic Dry Goods. Groce
ries, Qu^.'-n.-wnre, Boots. Sh-i s, and Ready
Mn b" Cl-'thinj.
nEY invite, the,public to call and examine the!
ass. irttjienL They are determined to
soli bargains
fol
l.ichtiiinc
FEET Spralt't Patent Lightning Rid
iustroeelved and for sile by
April 'qjg 1 *5-L'
LYVANCOOK A CO.
»-on o»»» I H«- rim" I
LARGE assortment of bonnets for saleeheup by
fapriI 27] J. G. LAUM AN A PRO.
i II
Aeri-N «f*
A
I
f- roii aid
K
\.
AID ifround is n.itel within n few rols of the
Burl'mL'tor, and Missouri Railroad. The whoh of
this lot is level, and will be sold in a body, o*- in one
acre or one-half acre lots or in lot= of 5i»X 12ft fi-et,
pu chasers may desire. One half of the purchase
nev in hand, the ballance on time.. Title indis
putable. Enquire at this office.
COATS, PANTS, VESTS, SHIRTS,
Large a-s. rtnient fiio and f-i«bioni,bb.
f, rating and snniiner. jnst fr-m the ruin'
ndforsalelower than the lowest, nt th- C|.,thing
tureof W. STURGIS,
Bpril
^O-HIY,
hand a rery
iilv W
a--oriment
OF
r. J.'wcrv. Si've:
Wtine "on «v .-i" ...
ware. Cutlery, Accord, ons, \iMm °LT
w will sell vet cheap at CARPJSN1KK 8,
Mmim 9
8 Jefferson street. 2 doors below Main.
DRESS GOODS.
iji i iecesfijjur-Hl Law- -, -^t1 t»',-s i^iwn Pattern*,
0 150 p'es Printed d-.. -Vt -Hira^ Oelaines,**
27
u
asaocted llapUif. for -ale tow by
pan* 13. J. 8 KIMBALL *00.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OP
'K*'.i«ly ^Indc i'lolifting,
-W II I. 1 ,l,K A 1» K K I' A i
MPI
Tailors and seamstresses wanted—any nupiler of
good haudtj. iisuiuiicn. A o.
Sept. 2i, liSj4.
A I V I A V K K A O I
JHILADLDrillA MEDICAL HOUSE—Estub
I iiehcU 2Vyearn ago, by Dr. IviNKiiLIJi, corner
if Third and Union «ts,, between Sptute and Pin
Philadelphia. Pa.
INVALIDS
Are apprised that Dr Kiiik'in cenOncs his practice
o a pui ik-ular branch of medicine, which engaged
iii- utidivid'."d attention. He caution-: the unforttmu'
"li.iiist tlie abo-t^et' Mcivury Shoos:-nds are aR
i:n.-tUy lueifUtMiiiaeti out of life, Rtwut ulfecti«ns an.
promptly i-xth:gui-i.tu.
'i VV EN L\ 1AKS OF EXPERIENCE
in the trea
o.-d and imj
:i'l
l.o\
J.
S.
KIMBA
l.L a
rQ.
i.em 'a-, oi ii
!Ii
iV Tin, (An
»iw! nil
i--l:md
Si
DE ALER IN 11 ATS. (VAV -.
MAUE CLOI tSlX'i
Jefferson street, 3d door below Mara.
»{ii i i. ug'on. s -.v .*.
The unfortunate lhu« afF: cted l.eootn^s fe#blu, is
uu.ibie tii iabt' with a "eu-unatid, vk'or. or to
.hu.mind tostwiy his ntcp ir t.»rdy tind w.-ak, he fs
jrre-olute md in his sjiorts \»L'i.
en».r4ry:th»n. nsuttL.
if'he ?mai(Ptpa'e himjflt, lvfore the practice has
sloof it# w ir*r. andeiwer nnt!rliri',ny His marrsige ir
.f lutful. ami iiU »wisvjells him i.bat thh is ctm-, -i
by his t'arly i lies. The.-e are eo rV,l.-nitiona whte'V
-houla awakep tho af!vi:li n ihosc similatlj tdk
uated.
V? A It'Ei
Requires the fulfi w.-nt «f several ce,u,jitivwis, in r
der that it tatty.IM realty ili«caii^.f nnrfnal bappi
-.e-¥. Could the veil wki -h covers ilie origin
n:e-!ie WTe i-lieiti!e-s tie ra s- d. i.nd i,N true si.me« in
evt v infctance tiis» ioi-e«t—in how many could it be
rseed physical da'tuiiliitcations and there alten
rnt di-iippuintim nUf ^p|#y fc^pil while it id vef
ime, in order to have y- mi.-fntrg aril nJaAed
:j|»M:ifcaAkn tvbraired. rev!rifi.xi and stre»gth« nod.
REMEMBER.
lift who plaeee hims II under br. Kinio]iiif#:tre it
,ffli nt,*rti^.r Jiyiou. ly e.-nikl in liislioiKa-.a^a-fent!•
'iiijfh." anil ieh- upon toe assuranco, tkif.vthc se.^-*ets
Dr. K'ii patient? will nev~r be sel.
Young man—I'-tiM) fif«e inotl'^fy iJcter you fivm
jinakiog your rise iui'tfen to one wbo fiom e location
an 1 re ctabs.lity Canju.-i s»i.ly i««l -.on.,
Too my thii.k they v. Jl tomea! the secret in
theirbwi heart.- and cut* tLria.-Ives. Alas! how
iftn is this a fntsf defusior. and how many pn ni
i.*ing young man. wfto mi'/bt have en an ornament
to .-oeie:y has fyd fr«:in the e^u 'h.
Sirietures of the urethra are rapidly remored by the
application of a new thera[ietitica! agent usel only by
Dr. K. Weakness and constitutional debility omptly
cured andfull vigir restored.
COUNTRY INVALIDS.
Can have by .stating their ease explicitly together wtth
all their symp «ms, per letter enclosing a reuiittiinee)
I'r K'- medicine appropriated accordingly.
wnrded to any part of the United States, and.
packed sttrarcfrom dam:!?e or enrto*ity.
E A
Youth
With rules for the Prolongation of life, jnst from the
Press.
A letter with a remi tanc' of 25efc« or the v*»1tte in
inistnge stamjis. addressed to—Dr. Kinkelin, Ph:la
lelphia will sevuie a cpy
IF
.^WSPIIISBFFMUIIIFFLIIII .'IF*"—
i!
4 1 I S I I
either,
RUN OUT—ITS UNDERWRITER CAN NEVER PAIL."
K 19.,
'f their cxter«if. and kmtr eftal»Rsli«id Clo^hins
Eiu|iorinni, on .Iefll rs»«B street, IH^iingtotf, have
just re.,-, iv-.il -ind
O|KUJ
I Jjieii -K
Fa|l and Winter Stock of lieady Made Clo hin-^.
Wlji'b for vai ii 'y. ^-latitiry, tiyle, and price, w.!
cbjiilleug loinpetitim ^ih any n-sortincnt iu tin
west. Their supply consists in "paH as^ follows
COATS.
'RncfrWIt f'^yk. dr»«, and sack coat*, nU
eoKr|. C:issirnfre. lJi»h. bearer, and e"ttona4c,'do
Ala«%. a jbkrge of oil and guinelastie «oaW
I ii.
Black doeskin, fancy rasssinjrTC, f:incy eariNfnel«
grey and brown tweed pants, u also othes
varitties.,
K»TS.'
Fine «afin and single breasted, of ni
kird- 0!t(I qualities.' Jancv dlk and elolh do., flpi
silk and plnsbdo., v lret', ea#s5rb*re, tweed, ami(ta^si
net vests 4 all colom
1
,• Hals and Tup* «.f kinds awl qualities.
Linen Shirts, Silk Handkerchiefs, «lc.
A Luc tin- nt'-f hot*u fLiirb^, c^itton *lo., Je)in
Lit*] do..
a large stoek of liandlierchiefs, of ai:
kinds andcdors.
I'nderTlolhing,
consisting of silk, cott n. and woolleii goods—alarg
and general assortment,
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, AND VMBRELLAS
to suit all tastes, a'nd plenty of them.*
AIMI. IIufEilo &«., SLK.
This is the largest stock ever brought to Burlingtin
Call uiidexamine and yvu shall not go away on ac
count of the prices.
Also, a large and varied a??oitnK-nt of
hithor*«. r,
.. .b ei Ui.
V"11"!'•
11».- tlebi!
11 :ll
habits,.,
and fn*
ir I4.i Iity.
if p.
-ul.i ring,
the ini.-i
do'ri
e if
de.-«
in i' i
u.
:i NOTICE.
ue# ind:i .. I
n-iiti'h i -m
n iii due ti-1
TAKE I'AiiTl
s an evil habit -m,-.
i n s i i a i e o e n i w i i
li. Wii.'-U
'tV
i| e i
of
the nbve
btf kby leturn of mail or 12 eopie will.W sent fr e
jw*ta^e f-ir$l.
Bool
set rrs. Canvasser?.Traveling
Agents. Ac., supplied win I. stile at the pnbli.-hesr's
pric- which admit of large profit.
(*£T All letters must be post-paid.
OiMrici Kehool JourtiHl of KJncatioi
of* the M»»«e of lowtt*
^IIEobiwt of this Journal is,to pnnnote the Inter*
est? of Ur iversal Educiition in thi- State. THs it
will aim to .lis, in a threefold manner: Firstlj-—By
furnifchine thnt kind of information requisite f«i Pa
rents, Ouardians and School Ofiic«nrs.in ordei hat they
may properly discharge their resfiee!ive dntie.- -'~ec
oivPy—Rv nss'st'ng ami en-ouraging 'be l'caeh»-r in
the iischnriie of hiu rduous rrofe-sior Thirdly^ Bv
o«Tcniie instructive and interesting matter to the A outh
if our State, so that they may not only acquite a taste
for reading, bnt at the same time ?ain that informa
tion which thev wiP so mncb r-'*«iuir» in afte: life.
Tbat«mcha .b urnuI has long been neele»l in tnw
State, is a fact that cannot lie doubted: and it is hop
ed that th" Friends of Education .throughout the? tate
will eive it a liberal -"lpport.
The Jonmal comrosed of 10 pagesroyalocl te
the term* are «1,00 per ve«r,
invariably in
advance.
Air J. L. Corsk, of this city, is agent ,r the
pobHsber^ [Fob IS. fS53-bp 13
1 NEW iitrrdv of Sabbath Scli» i b*- k ot
.'
V MIXER 4 VAN METER'S Book store.

KE./UV
1
SISAN
V.' in lvecipt i-r hie spring and .minimi, stodk.
wh.ih will be foiind -ii t. «pecti. r. to «i.ni.-t ofa
beautiful sck-Ction «jf fi briej adapted for the r.-ming
•t'es*n. and which lw is d-'t^rmirc-l to offer at iucii
pri'-csh* will dvfy« mpdttion. IIcWi.nM re pet.rtullv
pci#tis n^wawt «f awy o| tiie folkt\«in« arti-
Ls. to xiitiiine his sttn-k of good^, a.id priioa, before
'«HTcha.-ine rv. T» e n-:«ts in part as follows:
7
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
*4 to 34 inch,Mack filli-, Frcn and American dre*
biwns, lawn roln-s. -rrg delaine-, nlain and st.ip
|Kpi«n, ntw styW ahalty bereges. striped iu.^teF ar.d
chambrys, (-'tttfi -mid fancy do ss linens, r.ew style
'pifntr print? and ginghunis, gauzo, cahmere, crap.
unl delaine shaivbi, silk and linen pocket handket
:lt-J-. k.d, jik, lK-le, and cotton gloves, a full assort
cn}»M of fr.ft?, ?lk, linen, and eottoii laecs, edging.-.
BONNETS—Fatin, silk,crape, Floreooe,and braid
SHOES—Rrone. kid, and morooco walking ahoea
i.U'ev gaiters, and bu-kins.
OflNTLEMEN'S G00!S—A full and
'ti^ik of firing aud summer uiothmg. that f^r »uI.
lid n iiti- i:il of 1^ U-at. iilid will be .-old at a.
tonishingly Kw pric*!*. Ff-neh nnd Anirrican b?«f-T
cloth, Aasitqercjv SfUincrB, tw«yd% «|id j^ans, blow
lin.-n drills, and a evmpl'-te ansortinont of summt
pant stuffs.
A
^DOMtt^TtC COOT'S -llte.-.ched and hn wn shut
i'lgs and 'shee'irgs. Tnsh linens brown arl liloaj'he'
damnsk tab!e-ci jt
Call, and
•F. !•«. ^chrainiit
y) i:
|-«.L'o|
se. not
hnppi
widioos
••ii!y I t- s.-riou- ..li *:ie|.
iu-: br.r :'h e.- rise to a -eri
-nd devastating afSccctions. Few of t(tosv: wh
nay to this j» uieious are aware of the consequ Re
uatil thtv fin-l the nervouss sjftem chattelr&l. £e»l
strange and uu icceii'.t .i.lv feelings aiid va^nc i'- ar.
in the rd.
-f
li,
J.
1
an1 tlasihoocf,
k rigof'tis lif., orjiremature death. Kinkt'ta on
sell' pr^- rv i!i -n—Only 2"ee ts.
It is a work eminently rojmred as a meaoa ot re
forming the vices of the «st»- In whiob we lire. Also,
NATURES (il'IDE.
V
I
Co.,
(At Ly man Cook's new bu:.ii'. on Mats street)
OULD ri'sp(ctfully cull the attention of the cit
iztns of iiuilii.gton and the sni roondlng cam try
to their well selected stock of dry goods, gnx-eiies.
••KMits and ahoes, qaeenmvare, Ac., "Ac all of wh:t!
Iw ve lx en selectod with care in the eastern markets, at
a- low figures as can be purchased from the tnaaul'ac
tories.
Call and examine before purebaSiag
else^ hcre
No ch srir s for showing goods.
N..v26,,,i:!.
I'liOU. •, I.KX. t'. It VVs
TRICOPHEROUS, OR E DIC ATE DOOM
I'UCND.
OR I',, auiifving, Curl'ng, Pteserving, Restoring
I nnd Strengthening the hair. Relieving diseases of
he skin Cubing Rheumatic pains and beivlingeXternai
wounds. Bounded bv no graphical lines, the reputa
'iou of Barry's TVicopherMis prevade? the Union,
lite sale ol tlie &r:i<-le of late years has increased in a
'atio that almost osceeus belief. Prof. Berry after a
eareful examination of his sales'book, fiimls that the
tio of bottles delivered to order, in qua nt.rt Lee of from
h'tlf a gn-»s upward, during (he year 1332 was within
:i tiifle of 950,0W.
It is unnecessary to present at length the eviiloncc.'
tho Wonderful pr jiert'e-- of the Trieopheruns, wben
he public have furuishod such an ciidorsment as this.
l'ue ehen| jK' s of the article, and the explanation giv
en of its chemical action njion the hair, the scalp, and
n all cases of toupeifk-ial irritation, first recintended it
to the fcttention et'the people. This was all that the.in
veirtor dtsired. Ever,- Ixittle advertised itself. The ef
fects of the fluid exceeds expectation. It
HI^MI
like a
charm. The ladies would not be without it* Count ry
dealers in every section of the Trited Stales found ihat
they must he ve ii and thus wai built up a win k%»le
trade of nn extent hitherto unheard ol as regards arti
cles'of this kind. The Highest point has not yet been
rebelled, and it is believed fcheaalw thin year will be a
ini!! on audit half of honky.
-ffff^Depo' and .ManulV-turv No 13?.Broadway.—
Retail price 25 cents a large bottle.
7^~L beni! -count to pnichtisers by the cmantky
ami by tlfo'principal merchants and dnisrgiitsthroiigh
•ut tho United States'anti C-iiutda, Mexico, West In
dies, Great Britain France„lc., spd by Rolitrt Charles,
ll :'««rRi.n Ci«. fi. BfakWly,' Barnard Ad fiiis A
Co Loo
is. »pt 2.' !yr
yi
s*
R,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALER IN
Hut's) i »,' Sti iitv «i 5» JL t-U i a
OF. THE BIG IIAT.
East side Main &h eel3 Burlington, Iowa.
L'hHejfua* received, and are now opening a
lurg. iind well selected ftock of pucatifii. feghurn
.w, palm. soft, and Liahion.iMe hats clothing.
o ii'.-Llng goods, A^r/ie., which the atJcniiofi e.f
e puMic is most respectfully soRcited. We are aow
•l-'.rig bariiic, on the principle of .tdwll profits arid
tpiiefc «alr.s, believing that the "nimble sixpence"
is better in the long run than the "slow shilling."
CVn ev-rylxidy, and, we Will guarant-c to show
,MU giV-d goo*L.-,AND let? of the in for little money
•V!th ''fh our -ale-room is |iot. larce a» sair.c in thi
city, w 'Viw yt^i a house well filled, from the top
story down, v k of Panama, legborn, straw,
an palm hats. toge.. t-r with little boys fancy liats
aid caps, and Misses flats, Is unusually large as for
style, thrj are superb,
Our stock of Soft llats:
•uch as beaver, s. al, of. r, Ro--ia, -iud wool hats, are
entirely to ntendrous to partkularizo in an advertise
inent.
The Clotl.lnsand Furnishin Gaodo Departmen*
is as com plot# and tastefully got up, both in tnake
ar i material,.as any exclusive cluljuing eatabliKbnient
nth- country." Ai.d don't forget the sign of this
Hut, east sideof Main street.
J. H. TAYIiOR.
Burlington, April 22, '54. bpy
WANTED
T|
twelve Year# a Blare—A narrative of Mil* rnon
prrlr
Washington City in 1S41.
a ci tton plantation
fsm "wmmmmaBSBm
A tlTo'
I
lafga st: ck of l«ts, shoes, l»ts
Us, birds-^ ye d?aper and »h .check:
li ilis, Osr.aburgh?, fyrnitnre prints, and curtain gjod
plain :ind farcy window shades.
A.prima stock of groceries and qneensware.
I
will convince y»u that I will sell goc*k
ebeaper thMi any house in tlda city. Mind.
SCOT'f'S
Main street, near the Maiket house.
Burlingfoil. man 3ft. 1854. Iv
iNEW
CL^.TWS,
«'ASSI .!I- I KS and VBSTIXGJ., sil kinds and colori f.-r
making up to order.
^A .-ludti cutter ajvii Otter—Mr. J, M. Ne ly—
witl su[frintcnd the ma ling np department.
WUODS AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
..nd
-d rescued in
prison lin»n«.
toreof
1^5:1.
Dearth
for sale-at
June 6
AI K
troui
Red
River,
IN
Louisiana.
MIXER A VAN METER'S
Bock Store.
have just received fhe best brands of sheeting.
sbirtirg linen and mnslins. tnl ie
linens and chilis, di ill
ing, I ieking, cbi-eks and n-I!in
ades.quilts and a *nl assortmeiit of
[may 20J
THOSE
HOUSEKEEPING
goods, all for saleat unusually low price* at the
ON
abive
Rurlington,
1800
them in p»o«. n. a
iniut have money to replenish my atoek with, bv th
.ate
named, W.
July
I
ane1 Harneci Makers, Jefferaoa strset,
Iowa.
\V A I K
LBS.Papet
Rags,l.
"•A I
VOL. I—NO "41. TERMS, $400
WILDER** PATENT SALAMANDER M»
MESSKS. STEARNS & MARVIN,
Vo. 144 Si 140 Water illreel,
Cmtinue to make nnd sell "Wilder'* Fntfi.t Sofa
uuinderSaie,' and are tltooKLY csftiwws AVTH ihiibo
.exci-jit within the New England States.) to make and
sell the mine. i B. 0. WILDI-Jl, Pknteatee.
Now Yurk £«gtr 8, liL4.
If I E I K N E W O E A N S I
A N 0 TIIR TRI U II
I & O S
I I I I K
September 9, 1354-2m.
n n
Mill A"icloiiouI
^IIE illowing certificate* s» h-cted, not because il
is luff. hnt b?» a use 1t is ii.e last that has come to
Uand, wlivwa tue tre-proot qualities of these cialoi.
"New rlaaaa, Angtut 16th, 'M*
'FASJJTS. $TSARS
A MAR.YIJ, New VurL:
GcritlPtncri:—In the great fir- that •rurr. dhcre,
he 5tli inst.. our siote was eomplctciy c«.i sunitd.—
lie flames frt ni the oru^ctorc came up to i apidty.
••.at tve had lardy time to I.:k up our book? ana
•stmbe tnr rseap- through the t.ock dor Our «a(a
vas oin* of jour 'Rich & Co's. Salamander, (Wilder'i
"ateiit,') ar.d alth- ngh the fire was ona of the hottest,
here being a tar »e quantity of Liquors, Oils, and
•hi* MercLaudi*- stored in the building, yet the books
ad pajiers came out uninjured, except that the bind
nigwaa slightly sttameil We are pcifectiy satisfled
that your sales are FIKK l'Mi,or, and we shall [r»
t'ltre another of the saim- kind.
YourSi Ac.,
E. M. DAIjEY A CO."
A*largC supply of different siio of the above SafM
alwtvy*t-n
H*nT. .IAIICS'
IKS
World's Fair
F/wk,
of whiah
we are sob jiioprHtoi- Jor ihe United States. Yaie't
Pouder Proof Lock, Day A Newell'* Paraiaupic l/ck,
4ud other celebrated Locks applied to safes as may
preferred. Bank tafes and Jeweler's Snfe«
luind or tnado to order. ST EARNS A MARVIN,
141 A 146 Water Street, New York,
Sole manufacturers of Salamander Safe*, combining
"Wilder"-' Patent" and "Rich's Patent."
A ARI),
The subseribor who has -r many years been wltk
AIFRED EDWARDS
A
CO.,
MESSRS.
SII
as CASHIER and cet-
vinrNTiAi. 'i.rnK take? this method of informing
his friend* throughout the United States that he is mar
with
AKNS A
Rica's
MARVIN, 144 and 146 Wa­
ter Street, who manufacture and sell the world r*
n wnwl'•
WUnr.u's
PATFXT S\I.AVASDER SAra.witfc
IMPROVEMENT,"
preserve its contents in Ihe
which has never failed tv
HOTTEST
will be HAPPY to see them or to
New York, Sept. S, 1S54.
rinr.. where ha
FXKI.PTE
orders for
"'APES. STEPHEN II. PIKRSON.
NEW ARRIVE OF JEWELRY.
Tl UST reccivi-d, a new and fashionable assortment
tl ladies' gold breast pin.-, car rings, finger rings, eutf
pins, shitt stii !?, pencils, seals and keys, chains, Aeu,
or sale cheap by A. W. A W. CARPENTER.
Hals.
For the fall trade of 1854.
i N invoice of McNeil's lest Moleskin, fall stylet
Ajii*1 received the hatst«Re ol W. SlURGIS.
sept 12,54.
I.VOV'S K TH AI RON
For pristrviriK, restiring, and 1» au'ifving th* hair
ist%fe nii^t ikliglitful nn I v onderful article the world
ever produced, its astonishing success is without a
precedent in thj history of tlie Materia Mcdica. Dark
ar.d luxuriant locks, si ft and glossy hair, with scores
id a Jin
ire rs, (mark this ladiet,) Is tke universal elleofc
of ii.e Kaih.nreii. Laid an giey head were pcrfcctlj
astonished. Th" Knth ii-or, has fully restored iny
hair aftor a baidncss of 12 years. A. J. Courtlaml,
70 Bond .'i. X. Y." The Kathairon is a ccrtain cur®
tor "Nervous headache, and all cutaneous disease*.
,rio!d by all dealers everywhere. Try it. Price only
25cts, in large bottles.
D. S. BARNES, Proprietor, 161 Bn*dwayN.Y-
rsivnfsrrf
1KVKK
FAMILY MEDICINES.
AM) AGUE.
'IMIE unive:» ty frcj medicine and popular know
A ledge. fbarter"d by the State of Penu'-ylvauiak
April 29 1S53, mainly to airest the evilr of spuriouf
nn.-truii: also to supply th,* public with reliable re»
titcdies. where the! ,'t mcdic.il advisers cannot or will
jut be employed, having purchased the invaluable re
medy.
ROWANIJ'S TONIC HUTCH*.
thedrst ond only known fir twenty years aa the eer
tuincurefur fever and ai^ue, and its kindred enm
ptfioifs. eoritJdviitly rccommend to the patronage of
the.aflJicted.
The above institution likewise reecommends for
Ixiwcl complaints,
ROWiJfD'i COHPOVKt) STItCf or BLACKBKKBT
ROOT.
and in due time will furnish iUewn remedy for vrtry
dlfcnse that can 1* safely treated in this way.
By order of the trustees,

RUSHkLS RYE, for whi-h vc will pay
fx 1 .n cents per hu.-bcl, .n caeh.
april 11, '54 It IIA E LS A CL ARK.
JOHN R. ROW AND, M. D.
Prc« dent of the University, and band of til#
Pharmaceutical Department.
Home disp.-i)stiry nnd office. No 68 Arch St. SMB.
AGENTS, E. E. Gay Bmlington Iowa,
Wm. Sturgis, do do. *s
August 1 18^4
PnrAHolM.
T^HEatfentionpurchasertof is nrited to the larra
assortmont of Parasils.justreceived. Ansongth*
found
figured, plain,changeable)
olors and sign*.
isgortmcnt uiav
B.I
watered of all
Juno 10,'53
~^~TTTED
[l
Itttmediately.
ISTAR'S
MICHAELS k CLARK
RY I'HOL SANDS ANNUALLY.
A N N E V E O U N W A N I N
lialsaui ar Wild
lclge-DR« ly for Coughs, Coulds,Consumptionknoir.FU-the,Cherry
of
th*-2LungsAE.me
A.-thma,
Sw-ja
TI
Ac.
Physicians often
Croup, Hectic Fever,Night
acknowledge that this remedy
stands at the head of all others in the cure
eares of the
and that in
ficient in
st dangerous consumptive character,di*-of
IM
THOSE OF
a less alarming
USE.
I
ew-
NUNN k HUEY.
MONEY NOTICE.
indebted to the
«UL*criber
by
NOTEORBIIK
account are earnestly requested to call and settle
the-ame between thi' date and the 10th of August.—
My friend-', by attending to this
t!0»i'-e.
will -aveim
ho unpleasant task of waiting
an unequalled
quality 1 They have
1 F*54—thetone.
FIRST
try
OR
STURGIS.
13,1854. (Gazette
copy.)
rST RECEIVED—A splendid lot of silk, tawna
gloves, mitts,
adril
22
and
4
•letsbut
*ierv, Ribbons. Ac, by
KIMBALL* CO.
B. C. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
JADDLERS
75
for which
market price will
BBLS.
thehigheat
BE
paid by
J. JL
LAUMAN
A BR0.
4REFC %$, IMI.S-HTJFLMOSand
Water
natureR is
domknowu to fail, if judiciously applied.
ML*
Bells, Bells, Bells!!
I "GIE
sub-cpibera manufacture and keep on hand
I
a large assortment of bells suitable for churches,
aeudiiuies, factories, sterfmers, plantations, etc.,
mounted with their improved hangings, the most ef­
Their establishment has been in op-
pcration thirty years: having turned out nearly ten
thousand bells averaging 600 pounds each and its
patems and process of manufacture so perfected, to*
getht-r with
rec«nt improvements, that its Mis harw
reputation for volume of mad and
jnst receired—Janoary
premium
(a
World's Fair
in IS
silver medal) of th*
W York» over all
Belcher
SI
hellsin this coun­
Europe. Having a lajge assortment
's
•i
of belli
on hand, and being in immediate connection wish
routes in all directions, either railroad,canalor
river,
hours from New we «*n execute or*
with dispatch. Address,York,
A. MENEKLY'8 SONS,
mar.2'511y Went Troy,Albany co.N. Y.
Paymondkic.gen Chicago H. J. Nanro 4 Co.,
Mllwnukie, Agents.ts
^tolHNKea.
Syrup Molasses
50
do assorted brands,Sugar-howe Molassts|
60
do do PlantatkWy d»
80 do superior Qolden syrup, do
50 half bbls.assorted qualitiM, do
Any qnutityass'dsised kegs of alt prffesfc
W, for sale by J. 9. KIMBALL k CQ.

xml | txt