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BY JOHN PIERSON. SR.
THE THI -WEEKLY HAWK-EYE-
AtnublisHsd overy Tuesday, Thursday, sod Saturday
BY JOHN PIERSO
of
Hgeneral
the Tri Weekly Hawk-Ky#, fer
uaim. la advance.
KtVD* or BOOK A YD J03 riUXTtlfG,
•x with neatiu\«s. accuracy an 1 dispatch,
pfr 0 »r •nitfVrils and fixture? nre all new, and
SHittl th-we of unv offi-to Vortli of St. Louis.
BUSINESS CARDS.
r. *. CI.ARKR, TIIOS. It AT
LIFrc.
WM. S. GRAFF,
ATTORNEY AND COI N.SELLOR AT LAW
AM* CKM.RAI. DI.LF.rTIN'C AUKNT.
FFICE onedoor north of the B.u'ret House, Third
street, Burlingtun, Iowa. Dee 2'J-ly-bp
0
w. W. DKl.'MMON'l),
ATTORNEY AND »IN.-KLLoR AT LAW,
OvtUAWitA* ilcmljiooii county, Illinois.
jdkcl-ly,^ -bp
TIIE NEW
V I (1 I I A I I E
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
ONTING ON MAIN, GREEN A SECOND STS
IM UX H. SPARK A.IOUN C. PARKS, Proprietors.
HK.tltr W. STAKK. HAS. n. i*u«Lra.
SI'.UIR & PHELl'S,
TTORYEYS AT LAW. W,H attend tosny bn
sin*win the Courts of the First Judicial District,
the Suoretne Court of the State and the District Court
•f the United States. At.so—To all «genei •?, in re
«rd to real estate, purchase.saleandlocation of Land
Warranto,I Mining money, and all business pre perly
pertain in e to their profession.
^9* ()ific» removed from the ni stand-of (iRJMBS Jc
STARK. STARR. GRIMKS A SNYDER, and STABK A
PHri-i'S. oti.l 'iT. Tson street, over Hiirnap's Drug tore,
tiihoeast emlof \Rt )N HAM., 011 W.ishing'on st.
4. R.— fli'-alfairsof iJriini's A Starr,will settled
by Mr. -»»arr,oi the nlf-irs of Starr, (irinie- A Snvdt?r,
either MrStarror Mr Snyder, at the W stand,
inrlington, Feb. 14,1853
I
.»*• 1.
If. «UKKS «. H. TBOWAR. FITZ WRJIRr WAK!»B!».
Banking H»a«e. E\
lirni
AVE op.'iied a ll-n-v for the transaction of a
banking and exchange Imsincss, and nre
prepared to receive dofK^lts on the
111 ?t
favorable
teruii. Time and si^lit drafts lou^lit and suld. Col
lections m:ule. and jiT'ice,-*!-' promp: ly remitted. Inter
est. allowed on deposits. Hemittancefi and oiders for
eichanjte from the coiiutrv will -eeive pnnnpt, at
tention uneurrcn! funds credited :t lowe-t rates, and
e*cbanj e reimttctl as ordered without charge,
jtn 7, V4 twly
Vowa
Under the Barret House, Third street,
15U RLINGTON, IUWA.
I&d<l.quite
is generally a linitt that th. Iow.i Music Store
is an addition to Burlingtonand we wish
that it will soon 1» de-i aide to make an ad
dition io our present stock by ^h »rriva!s—previous
to whieh it will n'vjes-ai v to make a sale of a por
t,on of that on hand, to aff nl MOID »r new invoices.
We still have for sale th illowing articles which
we will sell cheap for cash
PianoForte«. Seritphine--. M^'.odions. iEidion?, Accor
deons, Violins. Flutes. Fifes, Hattjo?. Tambo
rines. 15 ws Strings, (Juifats. Flasetlct»,
Instruction Books, Sheet Music, et*-,
ALSO—Paper Haa^inga and Borders, Umbrellas
abd wanes.
May 9 y RUFITS LAN®.
HENRTH. SCOTT,
WHOLESALE and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Do
•e«tic Dry ti ods, Q'leenswaift, Hardware, Uroeer
w, Booto.Shois, llais.Caps and Re idy MadeCI0t.l1
1*2. Keeps a full supjily of the above article*,and
will* on the most reas..nnble terms.
sfeBT- We^t side M.via-st, ilea 1 the Market House.
Barling ton. "Sign—'• People's Store." (?ep 27, '52
JOHN f5. FOOTE,
JEALER in Iron, Steel, Tin Plates Nails, Stoves
and Jcwett'e I'atdit Houghs, Jefferson street, Bur
luagtoa, Iowa.
DRjTw. GARNER.
8t)R0.I3OX DENTIST. ®ST Ofiice on
Jetf rson ~t''«n, uver Waldiu's Jewel
yy stere, liurlin^ton, Iowa.
iT"kl IBaLL & CO.,
fORWARDING and Comm.. -ion Merchants,
Main atvl Je!fer-m streets, Burlington Iowa.
Dealers in lrv xxls. Groceries. 1
[anlware,Queen.—
Ware, Boots, Shoes, Hat?, Cap, Ac., Ac.
R. S. ADAMS,
BOOT, Shoe mid Liatlwr Merchant, Mai- street,two
door* north of Jefferson. Ikir ling ton, Iowa.
1
jj. H. TAVI-OK 4^
ti/ W HOLES
ALE.-uid Retail Dealer in Furs,
U «s
1 ps, Buots, Shoes and Clothing. Signofth
It} AT, one door north of TalUut's Drug-store,
^*rlin^ton, Iowa. Oct. I. '52.
ATD. («KEEN,
AfTORNEY ai4 Couns.dlorat La w.Burlington, Io
wa. JdTOffiM i« Coolbaugh# Bui
Wing, Main
jfttMCt.
N. EVERSlJN,
.ATTORNEY and O.ui^ellor at Law, Washii^ft^n
Washington e«»nty, Iowa.
f.MkocKH. D. J. cafca*B.
w
v
fcilTKS OP CASH ADVERTISING
One square (S line* or less) $1
Each additional insertion 1*4 25 i
One week without altcraUpi 2 00
Two w wks .** -Of 1 50
Ooe mouth. «, 2 00
,«*• Thr2em.»nttat«» „00
Six 5 00
Twelve" 8 00
.•ttWcral deduction will be maie in fu««r of regular
patrons of the establish 3
eut.
WM.
V Saint Louis, Mo.
1-lyw
V
H.
SMITH.
JLAUKE, LLATCLIITFE, K CO.,
General Aye.ncy,
COMMISSION FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
And agents fur t'i* Pennsylvania (Vnt^nl Railroad.
N*. 47, Commercial St., bet'n Olive
& Pitt*,
French Calf B«tot
JUST
reeered and for sale at the
Hat,
5 dni. French calf boo
12 nien 's brog.uis.
15 kip l.xots.
6 boy's boots.
12
huly V kid and MorraeQ bu«kin»
April 2, *51. bpy. J. H. TAYCO
l77T»
lit* & C. R. PamoiKi
(Suece
?sors to Copp, Parsons, A Co..)
WriroLKSALi:
CIIJIELES BEN^A^VINr
Ittrfrftcy^ nnrf' Coiunfrtor taw.
OFFICE
UP STAIRS. IN TIIE CORNER P.RICK
jnst south of the Methodist Chureb.
June 13, '54.
P. K. WILSON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Wentrusted
ILL attend promptly to all professional business
to his care, in Des Moines and the
•mrroundingcounties. Sp»-eial attention given te the
securing jmd eolleeting if claim- also, to renting
and pavir.g i.\e» upon real estate, and redeeming of
delinquent lands.
Office in front room on second fl'Xir of Ebersol A
Mel noes' building, on Third street, three door? abovj
tin Bnrret House Burlington, Iowa,
Doe 3-ly-bp
f)r« JOHN F. & G. K. IlKffltY.
SURGEONS and Physicians. Office on Third
strr.M .a few doors north of the Barret House.
Dr J. F. Henry's residence is at the corner
cf 4th street and the public Square. Dr G. R. Hen
ry may be found at his residence on Washington gt.,
a few steiis from his office.
J. c. ABKKCUOMHH
SU (i EON DENTIST.
ROOMS, north side Jefferson street,overQay'f Drug
store. Entrance to"
Palmer's Hall."
Burlington, may 25,18f3 Wtf
Psiper Afft iicv*
[L.
COUSIN iiiisbeen appointed A gent by the Mo
.line Manufacturing MiU.'.for the sale of theirpa
per. He has now n hand a fine stock of printing pa
per of the ticst quality. and will -ioon be in rcceipt of a
heavy stock of wrapping paper.
Printertand Merchantsareinvitedto callanr]
xaminc for themselves. [Burlington,apr 30, '53
A O
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
City of Counfi Bluffs, Iowa.
March fl, 185 I—ly
S1, AS
Connected w!) the above estnUishraent is the
(JRXERAL STAGE JFFICK. Dec 1
I IIo VIAS VV~~N E W MAN"
tTVORSE YJNl) COUNSEL LOR.,IT W
Office, Main Street, {Hawk-Kye Btiilding.)
It 11 run oil, ovva.
ILL promptly attend to land agenciea.collecting
debt's, investing money, locating and selling
AND WARRANTS, and all other busiuess perttiiningto
lis profession
D. KRI.IDKR,
HOUSE
PAINTER, Glaizer, aud I'aper Hanger,
lie bas, a 1.-0,a wash f.rbrick, lK»th dnruble,cheap,
ind warranted to prevent dampness, in house:!!, from
*et
the
I
4 WnOTHER.
ATTORNEYS sind Counsellors at Law, {.
attend to lan-l
aS
e,,eies.clW-t^fi«»f deb«s andall
ether business if their pr»fess.on. «•.*»»
OiUce. on the north side of Jefferson street,
between Main and Third, Burlington, I"wa
11. mini a i o..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEB8 1^
foreign & Domestic Dry Good#.
NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, &«•»
A"i0ww«» or MAI* AJTO WASIIIMITOX
BURLINGTON, IOWA,
*'*Tt i f.tsS: it u
i E ro's
PHILADELPHIA
A V E I S I N O U S E
lS'o. .'7, Soutli Third Street.
Jan. 28, '5 4—ly
J. L. COHSE,
WHOLESALE and Retail Dealer in Tiooks,
Statione
ry and Fancy articles, north side of Jefferson street
between Main and Third, Burlington, Iowa.
l.O. LAUMAN. OEO. C. LALMAK.
J. LAUMAN & BROTHER.
FORWARDING and Commission Merchants. corneT
Front and Jefferson streets, Burlington, Iowa. Al
go, Whti'e.-alc and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods.(Iro
eeries. Hardware, Queensware, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Ac.. Ac.
E. D. RAND & CO~
DEALERSin Lumber, Siiingles, Lath Mid Sqcwfe
Timber. Burlington, Iowa.
K.D. RANI*. Burlington CARSON A EATOK. Wis.
Lmnlier Yard between Wash inert on and Jef
ferson streets, Burlington, Iowa. JJ&T~ Office on
Jelterson street. (sept 19,1851.
JOHN LAHEE
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law. Burlington,
Iowa. y2£Bf Office,in thebaikliugof Ehersol A Mc
Inuis,on Third street. [may 25,1853
GEORGE FRAZEE,
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law. -0S®- OJBee 00
Third street, lietween J^ffcraon and Washington sts.
Burlington, Iowa.
r. TKR,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
And Solicitor in Chancery,
sii«N Ml", low
U?
I1X practice in the sixth and seventh judicial
districts of Iowa. Particular at tent ion given to
collection of demands in western Iowa.
March 7, '54. ly
Law n iK'^liip
C.
HALL and WM. R.THOMPSON have
Mandi 25, '54—ly
t-bri
J'
sig* of the Bfjsf,
(SUCCESSOR
rJ
AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
dry goods, groceries. and FIIOCS.Queen*
ware, glass,mils, hatsand caps, Ac., J(flVrsin street,
Burlington. Iowa. npril I?, .'4 Ij
THIBET,
A
A.~HCrl)SONT
riN, COPPER and Sheet Iror. Manufaetnrcr,
Trimmer of Stoves, Ac., Ac., JeHerson street.
Burlington, Iowa, oae door above JohnG
Foote's Ion storo.
Office, and
LAND AGENCY,
(JREEN, THOMAS & CO.,
(cueee K. W Ciai k. Mro.i. A C.)
Rl'RLI\GTO\, IOWA.
M. I), nitowxiso. 3. TKACY.
BROWNINCi & TRACY,
ATTORNEYS and Councilors at Law and Solicitors
in Chaneery. Burlington, Iowa.
Will attend jmunptly to the location of L'ind
Warrants. Land Agencies, etMllction of debts. Ac.
~R AC E E_ IIO U S
MAIN STREET. KEOKUK. IOWA,
D. W. PRESSEL ^'opr e'or.
I
fornwd
a partnership under the name of 11 ALU A
THOMPSON, and will attend to all prefcs-ional '»usi_
ness that may be confided to them in the Mute
Iowa. Th y will giveparticblar attention to business
in th SuMcme Court. .... .•
office on Washington street adjoining the
Cltrk's offi.-e, Burlington Iowa.
i iiTi^W clt^r.
WHOLESALK & RETAIL DEALERS IN
Books, Stationery &r Fancy Goods,
in the Barret House, adjoining the Post Oft*,
BURLINGTON, IOWA.
May 1«. I* 4. ly
QUEENS WARE AND GLASSWARi
fir Fale
low by
WATCHES, JEWELRY. &c.
WE
now
w»ro. Cutleiy.
A COUNTRY GOVERNED INFLEXIBLY BY EIGHT, IS INSURED AGAINST DESTRUCTION. ITS POLICY CIS NEVER RUN OUT—ITS UNDERWRITER CAN NEVER FAIL."
ALFRED S. FEAR,
Ti
HE nodersigned would rese ct fully infonrf the
i public, that be has taken the house lately o«u
pietl by Mtssrs. K'te A Co.. fur the purpose of trans
acting a gfncrniCominiss'ion and Forwarding business,
ard lurj'-s. by giving it his entire atttntion, to merit
a share of the public patronage.
Particular attention |«id to buying and selling
pr4uce of all descriptions. ,j
Jan. 31,1S54. y twAw ALFRED S. FEijft.
April 21). A. W. A W.CARPENTER.
liMNE SILK AND MOLhSKIN HATS, of the
jT best q'lulitv, and latest stvles, for sale at the
MAMMOTH CLOTHING STORE.
Aj»ril 1st, 1854.
'HEETING-14 bales
assorted qualities and wide
Ofor sale by april 22 KIMBALL &
pHT
lViat
June 6
fifthly tons ol* Crofcrics.
y'l t'ONS of fresh groeesic s, just received, conr
OU|iising nearly every article in that department,
toi .-- ileat wholesale or retail at unprecedented low
pi ice by J. S. KIMBALL A CO.
UGLASSES—20
s
have on hand a very g.n-l a^-rtment o
Arawr4e^jSr,X,w^^TKft%
w will sell veiy cheap *t CARPENTB
^un* 12 'H.
BURLINGTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1854.
FOOT
A
CO.)
remmisslen nnd Forwarding Merchant, Wster
st., Bnrlinston. Iowa.
WHITE CRAPE SHAWLS. T~~
barrage, and other summer shawls-
sorted, just received aud for sale by k Li
april27 J. G. LAUMAN A I
KKAMELEn'cr7(1fWr^
Uiickac^sc.,,
R. 8. ADAMS.
I f\ri I'l E("ES of all widths and thicknesses,
^dircc
IOU from nanufaetsrers.
april 29
CIGARS! CIGARS!!
JS.
SCHRAMM
A o
JJREMIUM
have jus. rec ived
20.000 choice brands of Regalias, and
6.000 Principe cigars, all of
which will h»sold at veiy low figures.
ni y 25 '54}
paid for old siKvr coin by
(JREEN. THOMAS A Co.
jan 28 (Gacette cpy)
NEW JEWELRF.
I UST received,a new and la-hicmable assortment of
Gold earrings, gold finger rings, gold breastpins,
and pencils, gold seal TIHIS k« ys, gold chains, gold
edges. Ac., for sale very cheap bv
CO.
CLOTII CAPS.
FINE assortment of men'fc and boys*s blue mili
tary and other styles, at W STURGIS'
DR FR CI0LINA
HYSICIAN SURtJEON AND OCULTST.
ith cast corner of Mi-in and Court streets.
June 13,1854.
Office
rjJ. M.....
MISER 1 VAN METER'S
Book Store
ro 3tnil(tr«.
A KE(.iS assorted nails. 25 boxes 8X10 glass,20
fJO lxixes 10X12 do., 10 lwxes 10 14 do., 1,000
pjuuds of log chains, for sale low y
inarch 39
Jefferson street,
KIMBALL A CO.
MUSQUITO BARS.
ONEueHUNDREDjust
pairs M:«ouito Bars,White.
HI and Green, rceeivd. „nd for sale by
.June 27,'54. LA. VAN.
W. STURGIS,
DEALER IN II ATS, CAPS, FURS, AND READY
MADE CLOTHING.
3d door below
March 11. '5 4.
Main,
»mi» 1 Imva.
kegs Belchers syrup molasses
15 lif bbls do do
20 bbls assorted brands do
just received and fur sale by
AApril 22. L. & C. B. PARSONi
SADDLERY HARDWARE.
HAVE 111 store, and am now reeeivii an exten
sive and well a sorted stock i every article in the
above line, which will be sold as eh-, r.p as can be
liought of any house in the west. As 1 buy direetfrom
manufacturers, 1 can make it an object for all %»lo
wish to purchase to call on me.
april 29 R. S. ADAMS.
JUST
received flutinas, and aeoordeons, violins, bait
brushes, poit monies. Ac., bv
april 2'.i. A. W. A* W. CARPENTER.
CAniMBISI, A WTM! li
Bill
r|~MlE
IBII* YARD.
undersigned respectfully inl' im the publie
1 that.t'iey haveestablishel an extensive Lnn IK?
Yard, on Main street, near the Hawk-Eye Bridge,
where
they have
now on
hand, and shall constantly
ke-cp. a large and complete assortment of Lumber for
tmilding and other pnrjv.ses.
Also— Lathf- and Shingles, Ac., all of which thej
will sell at the lowest market price for cash.
July S, 1853-tf CAMPBEL A M'CLUR a
r^
^PITOME of Greek attd Roman Mythology,wit
explanitorv Notes, and a vocabulary by John S
Hart. L.
L. D.,'for salt at CORSK'S
JUST RECEIVED—PER EXPRESS
ACOMPLETE
assoinneiit of boots and SIKK-S, con­
sisting of
Ladies and gentleman's buffalo overshoes,
and Missi s gum show,
Men's boots, of et jry size and quality,
Ladies' do do do
Mis
ses, boys, youtlis and iLfants shoe-, which
will be sold cheap by S 5HTIRAMM A Co.
dec
xreiline Kxehnnffp.
BILLSon
T/mdon for sale, fmrr upwards, by
marwh 28 GREKN. THOM AS A CO.
MESSRS" CLARK & CHESNUT
(Successors to Michaels A Clark.)
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Diy Goods, Groce
ries, Quecnsware, Boots. Sh oes, and Ready
Made Clothing.
TnEY
invite the public to call and examine their
assortment. They are determined to
sett bargains
for cash.
July 18, 1S54.
t.iubtnilig limb
"I FEET Spratt\- Patent LightniugRod
I iu8treoeivedan'5 fors-Jel»v
July 13, '53 LY»'AN C60K A Co.
Kon«*»*l H»nii**t^ I
LARGE assortment of bonnets for sale
fapril 27] J^G- LAUMAN A LKO__
T110 ACIM'S »I* «roniid
A 1« A A I |\'.
A I
ground is:rc.ited within a
Burlington and Missouri Railroad. The whole oi
this lot is level, ami wi I lie sold in a ^"1y-or,n^ne
aeie or one-half acre loU or lots of 5(V 1-0 feet,
as pu chasers mav desire. One half of tbc purchase
ney in
hand,
Jjy, g..
the hallo nee on time. Title indis-
putuhle. Emjuirc thit officc.
April 1854.
COATS, PANTS, VESTS, SHIRTS, &e.
Large
assortment
and
fine and fashionable styles
f, spring aud summer, "just from the mint,'
for sale lower than the lowest. »t the Clothing
«toreof MlntilS)
april 8 Jefferson street. 2 do.
.rsbel.w Main.
DRESS GOODS.
41 r-ieces figured Lawns, 50 p'es Lawn Patteri*,
,o0 150 p\?s Printel do., 5t) "Biirage Delaines,
27 aiMwrtcl Pojdiis,fer^eJow by
narcb IS.
J.'S
KIMBALL
*00,
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF
Ready ifladc Clothing,
W II o I. KMbE A K K A 1 L,
lir.l\Ni!i r,l! !Ulfl..
their extensive and lorg established Clothing
Euipirium, on Jefferson street, liuriington, havt
just received and opened their
Fall aud Wialer Stock of Head7 Made Clothing.
Which for variety, quantity, style, and price, will
challenge competit.it.11 with any assortment in the
west. Their sapply consists in part as follows
COATS.
Finceloth frock, dre«, box, and nek easts, all
eolorg. Cawimere, plnsh, beaver, nwl enftonade, do.
A$»» i
large etoek^of oil cloth and gumelastic ctmts.
PANTsl
Black d.vskin, fancy cass«inifre, fancy eassinctt
pbeeps grey and brown tweed pants, as also other
varieties.
VESTS.
Fine satin vests, double and single breasted, 0# al
kinds and qualities. F.u -ill :-.-m1 doth do., fine
silk and plush do., v.-lvet, eassimere, tweed, and oaf bi
llet vests of all colors.
Hats and raps of all kindsatid rinslities.
Linen Shirts, Silk Handkerchief, kc.
A fine assiM ttni nt linen birts, cotr n do., Jennv
Lind do., anil a large stock of haodjte^tiefi, of aii
kinds and colors.
Undwr-clolliiiig,
efnsistingof silk, cotton, and woollen goods—alargt
and general assortment.
TRUXKS, CARPET BAGS, AND UMBRELLAS
to suit all tastes, and plenty of them.
Also, nullalo Ctobiifi, fce.
This is the largest stock ever brought to Burlingtua
Call and examine and you shall not (to awav on ae*
count, of the prices.
Aiso, a large and varied assortment of Ci/jrnS,
C'assim
iiuks
and A'USTI.NGS, of- sll kinds r.r.! colors for
making up to order.
A skillful cutter ard fitter—Mr. .T. M. Ncoly—
will sujie-rintend the making up depnrtmcnt.
Tailors and seamstiesscB wanted—any number of
good hands. ilfci.NblllOJiKU A Co.
Sipt. 21,1854.
A I I K I K A I
|liILADEI)PllIA MEDICAL HOUSE—Estab
j[ |i-!ied 20 years ago. by Dr. KINKEL1N, corner
of Third and Union sts., between Spruce and i'ine
Philadelphia, Pa,
INVALIDS
Are appn? that Dr. Kinkeiin ccr.ftnes h'tf pmetiee
to a particular branch ol medicine, which engages
hi undivided attention. He caution* the unfortunate
against the abuse of Mercury thousands are an
nually mercurialized out of life, Recent affections are
promptly extinguished.
TWENTY Y JARS OF EXPERIENCE
In the treatment of a class of diseases hitherto neg
lected and imperfectly understood, has enabled Dr.
Kiukc!-n, (Author of a work on self preservation,) to
prove that nine-tenths of the c«u-esof nervous debil
ity, local and 'cons'itutionnl weakness, mental and
physical suffering, are traceable to certain habits,
forming the nvst secret, vet deadly, and fatal
springs of domestic misery ar.u -inattn e mortality.
TAKE PARTIOU: A'I NOTICE.
There is an evil habit son .times indulged iu by
boys, in solitude, often gruwir.g up wilh them to man
hood. and whieh. if not reformed in duo time, not
only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial happi
ness, but gives rise to a series of protur i insidious
and devastating affecctions. Tew of tbosc who give
wny to this pcnicious nre nwarc of the consequences,
until they find the nervouss system sh tterred, fe-el
strange and unaccountable fceiiugs and vague fiars
in the ni!t d.
The uiifortunute thus aff.cfed bccomcs feeble, is
unable to labor with accustomed vigor, or to apply
bis mind tostudy his step
te
n:lit
tardy and weak, he i.-
dull. irre.-olutc. iind engages in his sports with less
energy tbr.n usual.
If Le emancipate himself, before the practice has
done its worst, and enter matrimony his nrirraige is
unfruitful, and his sense teM. him that this is caused
by his early follies. Thsso are considemtior.3 which
should awaken the attention of those similarly sit
uated.
MARBAI6E.
Requires the fulfl'ment of several condition?, in or
der that it may be really the c.".u-e *f nintual happi
ness. Could the veil which covers the o.igin ol do
me»tie wretchedness be raised, r.r»d its true source in
every instance disc!o: ed—in how many could it be
iraccd to physical disqualifnations and there attf.i
dant disajipointmerits Apply then while it is vel
time, in order to have your mistriing and relaxed or
ganization rebraced. revivified and strengthened.
REMEMBER.
He who places himself under Dr. Kink din's treat
ment, may religiously confide in his honor as a gentle
man, and rely upon the assurance, that the secr»cts
of Dr. K's patients will never be disclosed.
Young man—let 110 false modesty deter you from
making your cwse known to ore who from education
and re ctability can certainly friend \ou.
Too many think they wili coneeal the secret in
theirowi hearts and cure u tallies. Alas! how
often is this a fatal dclus: and ijfiw many a prom
ising young man. who niii i' have weon an ornament
to »ocie»y has f-,d--l from the. wrth.
Strictures of the urethra rapid!.' r. movcd by the
application of n new tberaput ical ngi-nt used only by
Dr. Iv. Weakness and constitaional debility omptly
cured andfull vigor restored.
COUNTRY INVALID?.
Can have by stating their case exj-Pcitly together with
all their symptoms. f»er letter enclosing a remittance)
Dr. K's medicine appropriated accordingly.
Forwarded to any part of the United States," And
packed secure from damage or euriewity.
E A
Youth and Jlanhoo#,
A vigorous life, or a premature death. Kinkelia en
self preservation—Only 25cc ts.
It is a work eminently required as a means of re
forming the vices of the ag in whioh we live. Also,
NATURES GUIDE.
With rules for the Prolongation of life, just from the
Press.
A letter with a remittance of 25ets or the Valne in
stamps, addressed ti—Dr. K'.nkelin, Ph'.la
dtdpbT": will secure a copy either of the ars've
bo- ksbv return of mail: or 12 copies will bc*ent mx
of nosta"e for$1. Booksel ers. Canvassers.Traveling
Agents.'"Ac., supplied wholesale at tbe publisher's
prices, which ndmit of laigeprofit.
All letters must be post-paid*
District School Jonnml of EtlBcstmii
of the of lows.
rpIIE object of this Journal is,to promote the inter
ests of Universal Education in this State. 1
otferinginstructiveand interesting matter totheioutli
of oiir State, so that they may not only acquire a taste
for reading, but at the same time gain that informa
tion which they will so inu-h require in after life.
That such a Journal has long been needed in this
State, is a fact that cannot be doubted and it is hop
(.,] that the Friends of Education,throughoutthe. tate
will rive it a liberal support.
The Journal is composed of Ifi pagesroya 1 oct
^he»enn« are $
1,00 per year.invariably in adi
Mr J. L. CORSE, of this city, is agent for the
publisher. tFcb13'
itflMMIIIilihb
1
s
ISwhichselection
jk -Ji ..
N'o\V iii receipt ol bis spring and summer strck,
will lie fonnd en, inspection to cein.-ist of a
beautiful .f fabrics adapted for the coming
season, ar.d which he is determined to offer at such
prices as will defy competition. He would re pectfully
rwjuest ptrsHne in want of any -f the following arti
cles. to examine his stock of good*, ard price*, before
purchasing el«cwb»-re. n-igts in part ns follows:
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
24 to "I iiu'h black fflks. trench and American dress
lawns, lawn rebes, berege delaines, plain and stiiped
poplins, new style shally Iteroges, striped histies and
cbambrys, plain and fancy dr*s linens, rte-w stj-le
spring jirinfs and ginghams, gauze, c^hmere. crape
and delaine shawls, silk and linen pocket handkets
ot-iefs. kid. t-ilk, lisle, and cotton gl-ives, a full assort
ment of fans, silk, linen, and cotton lace*, olgings,
-4iiid rihl«tn.
BONNETS—Satin, silk, crape, Florence.and braid
bonnets.
SHOES—Bronze, kid. and moroeoo walking shoes,
fancy gnitcrs. and buskins.
GENTLEJIKN'S GOODS—A full and complete
stock of paring and summer tlothirig, that for n'tylc
aru' matcritil cannot be beat, and will be sold at as
tonshitigly low prices. French and American black
cloth, easimerifatinets, tweeds, and jeans, brown
linen tit ills, and a complete ansortnient of summer
jMint stuffs. A larga stck of boots, shoes, hats anei
caps.
l)OMESTIC GOODS—Blencbod and lirown shirt
ings and sheetings, Irish linens, brown and bleached
dntna-k tahle-clo'hs, birds-t\yediaperand pr.ish.cbe^cks.
drilis. Osnnburghs, furniture prints, and curtain goods,
plain and iney window shades.
A prime stock of groceries and queen«Wfire.
Call, and I will convince you that I will sell foodf
cheaper thus any house in this city. Mind.
SCOTT'S
Main street, near the Market home.
BoTlIngton, march 30.1854.
ly
NEW GOODS AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. 3* Schramm & Co.,
(At Ly ,:an Cool 's
new building on Mai\street)
\U OULD respectfully call the attention of the eit
izens Burlington ami the -mrrounding cmntrv
to their well selected s'eck of ury gisils, groceries,
hoots and shoes, queensware, Ac., Ac, all of wheh
hove been selected with care in the eastern markets, at
as low figures as can be purchased from the manufac
tories.
Call and examine before purchasingclscijherc
No charges for showing goods.
Niv2t.*5".
HiSOl1'. f-- I'M
TRICOPIIEROUS, OK MEDICATEDCOM
POl'Nl).
L'OR Beautifying, Curling, Preserving, Restoring
I' and Strengthening the hair, Relieving diseases of
the skin Cuiing Rh-.-umatic paiu-1 aud healing externa)
wounds. Round- by no graphical lines, the reputa
tion of Barry's Tricophcrons prevatles the Union.
The sale of the article of late years has inclosed in a
ratio that almost exceeds belief. Pn»f. Barry after a
cartful examination of his sales' liook, Binds that the
no of bottles delivered to order, in quantities of from
half a grots upward, during the year 1852 was within
a trifle of 950,000.
It is unnecessary to present at length the evidences
of the wonderful properties of the Tri-o]tenuis, when
the public have- furn shed such an endor.-tnent as this.
The cheapness of.the article, and the explanation giv
en of its chemical acti 11 upon the hair, the scalp, and
in all cases of superficial irritation, first recomended it
to the attention oi the people. This was all that tbe in
ventor disircd. Every bottle advertised itself. The ef
fect. cf the fluid exceeds expectation. It acted like a
charm. The ladies would not be without it. Country
dealers in every seci'ion of the United States
found that
they must have it and thus was built up a wholesale
trade of an extent hitiirrto unheard of as regards arti
cles of this kind. The highest poir.t ha? not yet been
reached, and it is 'relieved the sales this year will be a
mil! !i'i and a half of bottlwe.
jior and Manufacture No 137.Broadway.—
Rct:il price 25 cents a large rjot'de.
jES?"Libera! discount to purchasers by tbe quantity
and by the principal merchanlsnnd d:uggi ststhrough
ut the United Siatw and Canada, Mexico, West In
die: Great Britain Trance £e., end by I'oiievt Charles,
C* Jiorgan A Co., B. Blakcely, Barnard Adams A
Co Louis. «»pt23 lyr
TAYL
Ji Hi •it:
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Straw Goods Si Clotlii
rVF
Ms it
wiilaim todo. in a threefold manner: firstly—by
furnishing that kind of information requisite roi ta
rents. Guardians and School Officers, in order that uy
mav properly discharge their rcsijeetive duties.
ondiv—Bv assisting and encouraging
y
1H5V'P
1 NEW supply of Sabbath School books at
A MIM» A VA» MfiWS Book sure.
ly
wiM be
113,
SIGN OF THE BIG 1L\T.
East side Main Street, Burlington, Iowa.
11 E have just, received, and are now opening a
V large- and wel' selected U'Xik of ].ana ma, leg'.iorn
straw, jiahn, soft, and fathionable hats: clothing,
furnishing goods, Ac., Ac., to which the attention of
the public is most, re'spectfullv solicited. We are now
doin^ business on the )rincip!c of small profits and
quick .-ales, believing that the "nimble sixpence"
is better in the long run than the "slow shilling."
Come ev. ryl-ody, and we will guarantee to show
you gi-od goeids. aid lots of them for little monej
1th -iph our.-ale-room is not so large as some in the.
city, w -Niw you a h-.use wdi fined, fmm the of
story down. v. of l^nama, legiiorn, straw,
and palm hats, toge„. er with little loys fancy hats
and caps, and Misses flats, is unusually largej'ae for
style, they are superb.
Onr stock af Salt Hats:
such as beaver, seal, otter, Russia, and wool hats, are
entirely to numerous to particularize in an advertise
ment.
The Clolliing nnd Furnishing Goods Department
is as complete and tastefully got up, b»th in make
and material, as any exclu-ivt- clothing establishment
in the country. And don't forget tbe eign o£ tl*»
Big Hat, east side of Main street.
J. II. TAYLOR.
Burlington, April 22, '54. bpy
Wanted Immediately.
O I
BUSIInLSRYE.fi, which we will
50 cents per busbd. in cash
spr 1 11, '54 MICHAELS A CLARK.
rp»elve Yrari
a Slave—A narrative of Solomon
A Noitnttip, a citizen of New York, kidnapped in
Washington City in ISll, and rescued in 1853, from
a cot ton plantation near the Red River, in Louisiana,
sale at MIXER A VAN METER'S
June fi E»"'k Store.
E have just received the best brands shwting,
prison linens, shirting linen and muslins, talte
linens nnd cloth*, dtiliing, ticking, cheeks and *ott n
ades, quilts and a «od assortment of housekeeping
giKids, all for sal
eat unusually low prices at the ew
toreof [may 20] NUNNAIIUEY.
MONEY NOTICE.
THOSE
tl^\T^, r'n
he discharge of his unburns profession 1
1
indebted to the subecriber by note or book
account are earnestly reonested to cnll and settle
the«nme lietween this date and the lOthof August.—
My friends, bv attending to this notice, will save me
he unpleasant task of waitirgon them in person, a
I must have money toreplenifh my sto k with, by th
late above named. W. STURGIS.
July IS, 1S54. (Oasette copy.)
I
UST RECEIVED—A splendid lot of silk, lawns
gloves.mitts,hosiery, Ribbons. Ac, by
adril 22 KIM BALL A CO.
C. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
IADDLERS an* Hamers Makers, Jefferson street,
Burlington, Iowa. _________________
N
(CD.
I WILLI LBS.Papci R»rs,for which thebigbesl
market price will be paid by
J. G. LAUMAN A BRO.
u. rch 25+l S53. Cur. Jeferron and Water st
v
*.-"-V0L. I—NO 43. TERMS, $400.
WILDCR S PATENT SALAMANDER MPS
MESSRS. STEARNS k MARVIN,
No. Ill A 146 Witter Slreeft
Coftirme to make and sell "Wilder'i Patent Sals*
inai.der Safe,' and are the
ONLY
Jladies'gold
rsfuox* ACTBoaitn
'except within ilie New England States,) to make an4
*ell the same. R. G. WILDER,
New York.Sept. 8, 1854.
FIRE IN NEW ORLEANS!!
A N O TRIUMPH!!!
n o & o s
s i n s n s i n
Slill Victorloasl
'PilE following certificate, selected, *ot fceenan II
A i! best, but becau** it is the laat that baa
OOOH
band, shows the fire preiof qualities of these Safes.
"New Orleans, August ISth, 'I4
MESSIIS. STKARSB A MARIHW, New York:
Gentlemen:—In the great fire that occurred hers.
A
IiTON'8 K A THAI ROM
For preserving, restoring, and beautifying the hair
is the most delightful and wonderful article the world
ver produced. Its astonishing success is without n
precedent in the history of the Materia Medica. Dark
and luxuriant looks, .* ft and g!"S-~y hair, with scores
•if admirers, ('mark this ladic*,) i" 'he universal eflect
of the Kathairon. Bald and grey head were perfectly
astonished. The Kuthsiron has fully restored mv
hair after a baldness of 12 years. A. J. Courtland,
7t B.md St. N. Y." The K .uiuirem is a certain curs
for Nervous he.idache, and all cutaneous diseases.
Sold by nil dealers everywhere. Try it. Prioe only
25ets, in large 1titles.
D. S. BARNES, Proprietor, 161 BroadwayN.Y-
UNIVERSITY FANIILY MEDICINES.
I*
SB
the 5th inst., our st or* was completely eonaunea^-*
The flames from the drugstore came up so rafidly.
Oiat we had barely time to lock up our books and
make ur iscap- -through the back door. Our safe
was one of your *Rie*b
Co's. Salamander, (Wilder's
Paknt.') and altluiugh tbe fire was 00a of this hottest,
there being a large quantity of Liquors, Oils, and
tlur Merchandise stored in the building, yet the nooks
and pa|crs came eut uninjured, except that the bind
ing was ,-1'gbtly steamed. We are perfectly satiafled
that your sales are
FIBa I'Rior, and ws shall fPfr
cure another of the fame kind.
Yours, Ac.,
E. M. DALEY A CO.**"
A largo supply of different sizes of the above Safes
always on hand. Jone-" World's Fair Ixx-k, of which
we nre sole proprietors for the United States, Yale's
Powder Proof Lock, Day A Newell'? Parataupie Lock,
and other celebrated Locks applied to safes as may
l.e preferred. Bank Snfes and Jeweler's Safes on
hand or utade to e»rder. Si'EARNS A
MARVIN,
144 A 140 Water Street, New York,
Sole manufacturers of Salamander Safes, combining
"Wilder's Patent" and "Rich's Fpttnt."
September 9,1854-2m.
A ARP.
The Mth«erihor who hns for many years been witk
Al FRED EDWARDS A CO., as CASHIM and CON­
FIDENTIAL
CI.FRK. takes this method of informing
his friends throughout the United Statesthat he is now
with
MKSSKS. STEARNS A MARVIK, 144 snd 146 Wa»
icr Street, who manufacture and sell the world r»
ni wned" Wti
PER'S PATKSTSAI.AMASPFR SAFK.witk
RICH'S. IMPROVK*EST,"
preserve its contents in the
HAPPY to
whieh has nerer failed to
HOTTEST
riRB. where he
ace them or to
MECCTE orders to
SAFFR. STEPHEN H. PlfcRiiOlf*
w York, Sept. 8, 1854.
NEW ARRIVAL OF JEWELRY.
UST receivdlManew and fashionable assortment of
brcslt"ptns, e'ar Ttt^^"fmger liflg?j cu#y
pins, shiit studs, pencils, seals anddieys. chains,
or sale cheap by A. AV\A W. CARPENTKB.
'J ll
o
Ivffii Hats.
For
tlie fall
trade of
1854.
N invoice of McNeil's Wst Moleskin, fall styls,
just received at the bat store of W. SltTRGu*
sept 12,64.
AMD AGUE.
r^UE uui ver.-ity of fre* medicine and popular know
ge1. charten-d by the State of Pennsylvania
1853, mainly to arrest the evils of ipurioos
trii'.us: also to supply the publio with relianls ro
mcdies, where the best medical advisers cannot or wOl
not h^employed, having purohased ths invalnablo
rnedy.
*OWAN*I's TONIC MIZTTtf.
the first ond only known for twenty years as ths OSf
tain cure for fever and ague, and its kindred oom
plaints, confidently rccommend to the patronage of
the afflicted.
Apr,
The above institution likewiss rsooommsnds fltf
Ixiwel complaints,
ROWAXD'S COMPOTRS'T) SYKITP or BLACKBKKKT
ROOT.
and indus time will furnish its own remedy for mj
disease that can lie safely treated in this way.
By order of ths trustees.
JOHN R. ROW
AND, M.
President of the University, and haad of Ifcft
1Iome (Jiip..n,ary a^d(lffic„t
1
p-nsary ami office, No. 68 Areh St. Fkl^
AGENTS, E. E. Gay Burlington Iowa,
Wm. Sturgis, do do.
August 11854
ParasolN.
T^IIEattentionpurchascrt-of is nvited to ths largt
A- assortmont of Parasols, just received. Amongtao
\ssortment maybe found figured, plain,ehangsMl«y
nd watered of all colors and signs.
June 10, '53 MICHAELSkCLARK
ANDS"ANNUALLY.
TESTED BY THOU
A N N E V E O U N W A N I N O
Wle'lgr
pay
ISTAR'S Balsam er Wild Cherry, the wknow
dremiyly for Coughs, Coulds, Consumption
of the Lungs, Asthma, Croup, Hectic Fever, Night
Physicians often acknowledge that this remedy
stands at the head of all others in the cure of dis
eases of the most dangerous consumptive character,
and that in those of a lese alarming natnreit isssl
dom koowa to fail, if judiciously applied.
Bells, Bells. Bells!!
I'HE
subscsibers manufacture and keep on hand
a large assortment of bells suitable forchnrebos,
academies, factories, steamers, plantations, ete.,
mounted with their impmved hangings, the »^*t s^
fieient in use. Their establishment has been in
perat ion thirty year« ha vine turned out nearly tSB
thousand Is-lls averaging GOO pounds each and Hi
pater ns and process of manufacture so perfected,
gether with rrrent improvements, that its bells ka*t
an unequalled reputation for volume of sound and
quality of tone. They have just received—January
1S54—^the first premium (a silver medal) of tka
World's Fair iii New York, over all bells in this conn
try or Eumpe. Having a lajge assortment of bolM
on hand, and being in immediate connect ion wish
routes in all directions, either railroad, eanalor river,
and but 4 hours from New York, we oan execnlsor
iers with dispatch. Address,
75
A. MEN KELT'S SONS,
mar.2 '54 ly WestTroy, Albany oo. H.I.
Raymondkiegen ts Chicage H.J. Kutit A0k(
Milwnukie. Agents.
tlolasie*.
BBLS.Belcher sSyrup Meiasses
50 do assorted brands,
Sugar-boins
50 do do Plan tat km,
30 do superior Oolden syrnp,
50 half bbls. assorted qualities,
Any quantityam'dsisM k
do
4*
quantity am'dsised kegs of allfrlMft
.U':k

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