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intelligent thc 'ivate a j\!ine tu fraud member of Congress •L f'rcin Washington as follows. tome of the suggestions thrown out in Message require consideration. If the plident means to recommend a Bank \X power to discount mcrcanti e and 1 bilU of exchange, not much will Coined in a financial or even moral Joint of view. An accommodation may the form of a bill of exchange as as an ordinary note. Nearly, if not bv the 'it ,|.o advances nadc by the liank of E„'«hiwl »re UP"" hills of exchange.. Hie I S a n k i v a s i s i e 111 this LJ,V not only by expanding commercial fmlities excessively, but by pracunng ,1 permitting drawing and redrawing ,1, fietitous bills called kites. eannot L««, therefore, that the President ,0 be understood in this sense but i at the financial ajjent of llic Government Ihould confine itself to operations purely trovenmicntal- However this i.iay be he deserves the unbounded thanks of the whole liepubliean party, of the whole \ation rather, for the death blow which he has inflicted on the Trojan horse fill ed, as was happily expressed in the Sen ate, not with the men and arms of a nobler, but with the implements of swindling, and deception. •'The universal question now is, what will the Cabinet do It was at first ex pected the would immediately resign. ?sow it is said that they remain until re-* quested, or rather ordered to do so, to throw the odium of their dismissal upon the President, Their friends say, that they represent the people more than he does, as they were the choice of the man chosen by the people, while he is the Ex ecnlive isu-.unbent by accident. The In telligencer. which is always deep and sly, under an air which the weak and silly mistake for candor, tells us, that the Cabi net may well differ from its head, without being called upon to resign as if that onlv were the question. Hut the true question is this, shall gentlemen who were not chosen by the President, and who are anions the leaders and friends ol the party which now oppose and denounce him, be forced.upon him as his confidential ad visers t—Shall they remain in a position so false to themselves and to him, until they are politely shown to the door These arc problems which gentlemen and those which associate with such, cannot be at a loss to decide. It may be added, that if General Ilarrrison was ohosen by the people, his ministers were not. Every President should be surrounded by men of his choice and confidence. It is rather hard that the President should be surround ed with the creatures of Mr. Clay, just as Sir Robert Peel refuses to Queen Victoria the selection of her bed-chamber women. •'Do YOU HEAR THAT BOYs!"—The price of coffee, in anticipation of the new whig Urif. advanced two cents on the pound, in New York, week before last. This advance will be doubled by the time it reaches the log^cabin boys of the west through the retail stores. What a fine thing it is to have a reform whig ad ministration to add 20*per cent, upou tea, sugar, coffee, molasses and salt. Well they promised higher prices, and many a log-cabin boy repeated the promise for them. So dont complain, but when you have earned five dollars to purchase pro visions for your fan.ily, go lo work duti fully, singing a hurrah song for "Tippe canoe and Tyler too," and earn one dol lar more to add to the five to purchase your sugar, coffee, salt, &c. So much for whig reformers, better times, and higher prices! Yesterday the reconsideration, of the Bank Bill was postponed until to-dny at 12 M. It is understood that the whigs went into Caucus soon after adj 'imminent on Monday, but sepa rated without corning to any general under standing, some being in favor of open war with the President arid othws for quietly trying their hands at another Bank Bill. This may account fur fhe postponement of the subject, the consci entious legislators not knowing whether it is their duty to make peace or war until instruct ed by the Caucus! Monday nijjhi was distinguished by a spec imen of Whig reasoning taught in Ike Log Cuh in applied to President Tyler- A mob broke in to the yard of thc President"1s House and insulted him with tin ]ans, hums, hisses and yells! Mr Van Buren was on one occasion or more thus insulted but the inch did not enter the enclosure. Their next step, if these things he tolerated, w ill be to break into the Presidents Il'nife, and then 171/0 his bedchamber, and tben Truly is this Bauk ibe MOTH Kit OF MONSTERS." Will not Mr. Tyler obey the Caucus after this admonition?—Kendall's Expositor. We doubt whether Mr- Clay expected the amendment to pass. He thought it his duty to carry the bill, and if, by the change of phraseology it could be made milk for the bub is% while it remained meat for the men, we do not know that he is justly chargeable with impropriety. But how he must have "laughed in his sleeve" to see the lubes swallow the milk What ineffable contempt must he have felt for a kenalor, who could stand up in the Senate and declare thai he left his seat to avoid doting for the "compromise" as an amend ment, and then vote for the bill with the amendment in it! We think he will smile too, at the compliment paid him by the Commercial lor his "magnanimity." We see him, "in the mind's eye," curling his lip, an exclaimed with the doctor in the play, "what a simple soul it is Should the bill pass in the House of Representativs without alteration, it will then be seen whether the President will place himself in such an unspeakable ridiculous position. If he retains the con stitutional scruples, which he has so often avowed, he cannot sign the bill without forfeiting the respect of ever\ man of com mon sense in the country.—Whig paper. WHAT'S THC MATTER!—It is amusing'to mark how perfectly dumb the federalists are these day?. Sdftrccly a word do they say, while the democrats poke them by calling on them for the better times, high prices, &c. Where are these things, gentlemen, whore are they? why do you dud 20 so much these days? You have promised us reform \yhere is it] We wish to know if this i» the reform yeu promis ed us]—Ttien, too, you promised toreduco tho expenditures of the General (Government, and now you say you "have no idea" of doing it, and that "in all probability they will be in creased!" What docs this mean: You told the people there should he "no proscription for opinion sake," and yet in three months yon have made more removals from office than all rhe former Presidents did in fifty-two years! You promised us hijjh wages—and y«u coin pel the laborers on the public works to labor 1 wo hours a dav more than they were asked to do under. Mr. Van Buren. and besides you re duce their wages twenty-live cents a day Y 011 promised the farmer high prices, and yet every thing he wishes to sell, commands a price much reduced from those of last year. Come gentleman explain these things to the people. —They wish to know. -ji ASK TIIKM.—Have the wages of the labor er increased under thc coon-skin administra tion Ask the mechanic aud laboring man. Has the price of produce advanced !—ask the farmer. Are the times more prosperous under the Io«r cabin humbug reign, than they were under Jackson and Van Buren 1 —Ask the people. A betrayed and a deceived people will an swer these questions at the UALLCTT BOX not much to the liking of the coon skin hypo crites.—Dayton He raid. GROANS OF THE VANQUISHED." Til IS phrase must still be familiar to the eyes aud cars of our opponents, for many moons have waned since their papers amused themselves and their readers by gathering articles, from their journals, to publish under the above cap tion. What a glorious opportnuity is now presented for retaliation. How they twist, and writhe, squirm snd groan! Six months ago —"Come it Ty but presto veto! Oh the Loco —'damn him,' now they cry. Do von hear it boys] But we desist—we do not feel desirous of retaliating upon a foe who has de feated himseif we WQUid rather let them "a* lone in their glory." REPEAL,—What is there about "repeal" that so frightens the federal whigs? Why did they not condemn the late President on that ground, or are they ignorant of the fact that while in Congress in 1810, he voted for thc following resolution] "Resolved, That the coramittcn on the judi ciary be instructed to report a bill to REPEAL an act entitled an act to incorporate the sub scribers to the Bank of tlie United States pass ed in 18I6-" The Auditor of Public Accounts of the State of Kentucky, has given notice, that in obedience to the act of the General As sembly of that Stale, and by virtue of a mortgage executed to the State, he will ex pose to sale 4o the highest bidder at Frank fort on the 15ih January next, the Lex ington and Ohio Railroad with ali it# ap* purtenances. Justice Wiley, of New York has been indicted by the grand jury of that city, and is held to bail in the sum of $30,000 for his ap pearance. It will be remembered that VV iley, as an attorney-at-law, obtain ed a large reward, from the Frederick (Md.) Bank, for his assistance in recover ing the money stolen from that institution. It is supposed that Wiley has confederates in business, and that their nafflet may come out upon the day of trial. DIED—On tho 1st instant of congestive fever, ELLEN, daughter of Dr. B. S. and Theresa L. Old- aged 4 years, 7 months anil 4 days. Leaves have their time to fall, And flowers to wither at the north wind's breath, AnJ stars to set—but r11, Thou hast all seasons for thine own, O Death! Youth and the opening rose May look like tilings too glorious for decay, And smile at thee—but thou art not of those That wait the ripened bloom to seize their prey. We know when hioons shall wane. When summer birds from far shall cross the s«a, When autumn's hue shall tinge the golden grain, But who shall teach us when to look for thee!" September 10. A. On the 3d iust. JOSEPHINE, infant daughter of Robert C. and Eliva Kinney, aged 1 year and 8 months. BLOOM1KOTOH STEAM BOAT REGISTER. Arrivals and Departures of Steam Boats* sipi-KMBr.a 4 Rapids 4 Chippewa 5 Otter 5 Iowa 8 Otter 8 Iowa 18 Rapids 0 HunUvHle ABU 1 Villi FUOli Rapid.® TH:PAIITKN po» Dubuque St Peters Rapid* Rapi|» Dubuque Dubuque Rapids Dubuque St. Louis Dubuque Dubuque Rapids lipids Bui St Louis MEDICAL NOTICE. ^RS. OLDS & REEDKR have this day asso W eiated themselves together in the practice of Medicine, Obstetrics, and Surgery. Office in the Recorder's office on Second street, near Chesnut. B. S. OLDS, GEORGE REEDER. Sept. !, 1841 46-4t An Betray low and CJalf HAS been at and about Pownshiek Ferry for the last two months. This is to inform thc loN-r to have the goodness to call for them, pay for this advertisement, and take them awav. Sept. 10,1841. 4fitf L. S. LOCKWOOB. iWICK, ALL persons knowing themselves to have unset tled accounts with the subscribers, will do us a favor by calling and settling the sain* during the present rupnth, as a little of thc needful is wanted. September 10, 1841. 46-tf DISSOLUTION. rjnHE fum of Clark & Lawrence is this day dis JL solved by mutual consent All persons indebt ed to, or having claims against said firm, will plea settle with A. G. Clark, who is alone ainhorizcu to settle the same. A. G. CLARK, H. A. LAWRENCE* September 3,1841. 46-af SCHOOL. THEhis subscriber hereby notifies those interested, of intention to commence school i" town on Monday 20th inst. and continue through the win ter. The inference is obvious. &oomin<»tonr Lots i s Sept. 10,1811. 46-tf LiND SALE. OTUE i^lI^UEQY GIVEN, that I will ofll-r for sale, at Public. Auction, at the Sher iff's Oflie in Octol the fol of Lot 8, in Block 30, LuU: 1. 6, and 10, S, and 7," M' With one Wagon and one Durham Bull. Which property was conveyed to me in trust, and will le sold in discharge of such trust. Any infor mation lespccting the tide will readily be given by the undersigned. Terms of sale will be Cash. WM. G. WOODWARD. Bloomington, Sept. 3, 1841-45-4t. N O I E ALL those indebted to me will please call and settle on or before the first day of October next and oblige J. S. LAKIN. September 3, 1841-45 NOTICE. riMIE notcB given to It. & J. Overman, last spring, on account of Fruit Trees, have been left with th* subscriber for collection, those who can make it convenient to send the money in to meet their notes, as they are now due, will confer a great favor by so doing. DAVID CLARK. Septemljer 8, 1841*45 A liO^t or .Stolen. TARGE CALF SKIN I'OCKET BOOK, containing obout one hundred and forty dol lars in bank bill* two $20 bills on the State Bank of Indiana, one ?20 billon the Miner's Bank at Du buque, and one $20 bill 011 the State Bank of Illinois, tlie-remainder of the bills not recollected. A No, se veral certificates for land two bonds fbr town lots in the town of Tipton several notes of hand, one on John Campbell for ^50, one on J. W. lvccd for £38, one 011 M. White for $7, ami numerous other papers not recolle led A liberal reward will lie paid for the delivery or information of the pocket book, with its contents, oi* any part thereof, to the subsctibcr, in thc town of Tiptun, Cedar county. KATHARINE CHAMBERLAIN. Administratrix, HENRY MERRY, Administrator. Tine, August 30, 181 l-45"4t Notice S HEREBY GIVEN, that a public sale of thc personal estate of Levi Chamberlain, deceased, will take place at his late residence on the 27th day of September next, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock, P. M., as the Uw directs, and continue from da}' to day until the whole shall be sold. A credit of nine month will be given on alt sums above five dollars, A J. PURINTON. loomiii lini, on the Second Monday eleven o'clock in the forenoon, bf real and personal cst^V '. 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 125, 126, 187, 1S8, 3, and 8, 1, 6, and 9, 10," 10, I, 8, and 9, and 8, 7, «.«• 8, 04, 1, Md 8, 95, 10, 99, Also, the Out-lots No. 8,15,16, and the west half of No. 7, situate in East half ol S. E. qr. of Section 34, and part of S. W. qr. of Sec. 35, in Township 77 N, Range a W. Also, the Out. Lots No. 3, 5, 0, 13, 18,19,20,and 27, situate in Wert half of N. W. qr. of See. 2, and East hall' of N. E. qr. of Sec. 3, in Township 76 N, Range 2 W. 1 CHARLES M. JENING3. August 30, 1841-15-3t. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE SI BsrRIBEKS having been appointed Administrators of the estate of Levi Chamber lain, deceased, late of Muscatine county, Iowa Terri tory a!! persons indebted to the said estate are here by required to mike imm -diate payment thereof to the undersigned, and all persons having demands against the said estate are hereby required to present them for settlement, duly authenticated, before the Judge of Probate, in and for the said county, within nine months from the date hereof, at his office in Bloom ington, in said coun'v. or to cither of the undesigned. with approved r-ccuiitv. KATHARINE CHAMBERLAIN,' Administratrix, HENRY MERRY, Administrator. Pine, August 30, lS41-45-4t *130 REWARD. ^SOAI'HD from the Jail of Museatinc County, -A on the night of Wednesday lat-t, the following descrilied prisoners, for whose arrest and de'ivery 1 reward of 2f each is ottered, together witli all ne cessary expenses incurred in their arrest and delivery. ELIJAH SEARCY, a lad of 16 or 17 years of age, stout built, about 5 feet or inches high, dres sed in ao old, blue jeans roundabout—chargcd with murder, from Washington county. NATHAN ATWELL, about 28 years of age, heavy set, near 6 foot high, bright ahum hair of fine glossy texture—charged with horse stealing in Clin ton county. JAMES BIRD, about 25 years of age, well built, about foot 3 inches high, black hair, thin visage, fair complexion, dark grey eyes—charged with bur glary and larceny in Clinton county. JOHN VV. JOSI1LYN, about 20 years of age, 5 foot 7 or 8 inches high—charged with horse steal ing in Scott county. LORENZO BIGELOW, about 22 years of age. near 6 foot high.light brown hair, wears a calico shirt and old, light colored pantaloons—charged with for gery, in Scott county. JOHN 13AKLR, 20 or 27 years of age, near 6 foot high, thin coat of dark brown hair, slightly curl ed, forehead high or Irire, with a fur cap, and pilot cloth hunting coat—chargnl with larceny in Johiv son county. DENTON J. SN V DER, SUIT. Muscitino County. Bloomiugton, August 26, 1811. OH BBLS Superfine Flour, manufactured of new wheat, just received and for sale at Aug 20-43 CLARK'S Commission Ho We have arrangements made to keep a covftant supply in store. MUSCATINE DISTRICT COURT—JUNE TERM, 1841, Board of Commissioners of thc~Y A DRURY ,«St DAVIS. County of Muscatine. v Assumpsit aad At vs. tachmcnt. William ^.^Scarborough. WRIT of attachment was issued in this case, on the tenth day of June, 1841, returnable to tho first day of the June Term of said Court, for tl sum of $£9 25. Thc defendant will please take nciice, that unless he appear and plead before the nts't'i'em of this Court, judgmenl will be entered, and the property attached- will he sold to satisfy the same- G. MORROW, Clerk iXtatnct Court, Muscatine county. IRAS C. DAT, Attorney few plaintiff! August 20, 1841.-43-4t Pre. fee $3 75 w«J •Hiin LOT OP TABLES AND.BEDSTEADS on hand, wl..-h are ottered for sale on reason able terras. A. DUNSMORE. August 27,1841-44 NOTICE1 NOTICE 11 ALL THOSE INDEBTED to us are request cd to call and settle on or before the first day" of October next all accounts unsettled at that time' will be prosecuted. A. OGILVIE &. CO. August 25, 1841 *44 A U N S O E tst received, nt his establishment on Front St., a general assortment of DRY GOODS^ &c. &c. which he will sell low for cash or approved^, i^oduce. or Bloo:n: ton, July 2G, 1841.40 PHE ^BSCRIBERS have just received a small lot fresh Corn Meal also a quantity of supe rior Lard, which they will sell very low for cash. Aug 6 G. VV. HUMPHREYS & CO. THE SUBSCRIBERS having been appointed agents for the sale of Dr. Champion's Univer sally Approved Remedy for tho Ague and Fever, would recommend their friends to try them, and re mind them that an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure. G. W. HUMPHREYS A CO. August 8,184 i .-4m-41-f-d FRENCH BURR MILL STONES, A. DU3S.H & 3tE, I.OHM TO %, IO July 30- 10-tf AND W A AVING received from th.- importers, (.To:i% Ritiiv & Co., aud W. VV. VVALLACK, Pitts Peinin..) the agency for tlie sale of MILL MATERIALS, will constantly keep 011 hand for sale, and will furnish at t^e shortest notice, and at thc lowest rates, a complete assortment, Dutch Het Anker Bolting Cloths, French Burr Mill Stones, Screens, Screws. Ate. &c. Also, Gentry's celebrated Patent I'ortabie Gri«t Miii all artteipB wan anted to give satisfaction. TERRITORY OF !OVVA, MUSCATINE COUNTY, 5 On thc Chancery side of the District Court, Jym Term, 1841. Wm. Harvey Lilly, vs. Petition for Divorce. Rebecca (Hawkins) Lilly,J now this day comes the petitioner, by T. S. Parvin, his tfolicitur, and filed his bill of complaint in this cause, and therefore it appearing to the court that a wiit of subpa: ii has been issued and returned non CiL: Therein ordered, that no tice be hereby given, to the said Rebecca (flawkm*) Lilly, to be and appear before thc District Co!irt for sai 1 county, on the first dry of the next term thereof, to beliegun and holden at thc Court House, in Blooin ingtori, on the fourth Monday iu Novemlter next, to answer said bill of complaint, or the same shall be taken pro conf o, and a decree entered accordingly, &e. and thut this order IK* published in the Bio m ington Herald for the term of eight successive weeks before the next term of ihU court. J. (t, MORROW, Clerk. T. S. PAIIVI v, Solu itor for complaiiiant. August 6, 1841.-8t-11 Pre fee $9 A SMALL LOT OF BACON, entirely free /m. from slippers, iu store and lor sale by Auge G. W. HUMPHREYS CO. MORKI.-5O.VSi PILLS. THE Hygean Universal Medicine, as formerly prepared by 'Thomas Moit, Vice President of the British College of He dth, which by removing all obstructionism thc intestines,thoroughly cleansing the bowels, giving more purity to the blood, and thereby promoting a fr.o circ-dation, strikes at the rod of all diseases, and is good in all casee, gi\ iug Rest, Appe tite and Strength. W. H0LLING3W0RTH, Sole Agent for Iowa Ter. July SO, I84l-3m-dd AltAM OOIIVIK. PKTKH JACKS'JS. A. Ojjilvie & Co. O W A I N & O 1 8 8 1 6 2 E ALE US in 'on igu and Domestic Dry Goods Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Nails, Iron, Steel, Castings, &c. &c. Also, on consignment, a choice assortment of Imported Liquors, all of which will be sold very low for ("ash. Bloomingtuti. Juiy «0, IK 1 l.-40-tf HIDES! HIDES U 0"feRY Hides, Bees Wax, Clean Linen and Cut is ton Rags, and Country Produce, taken in ex change for goods by A. OGILVIE & CO. Julv^lO, 1811 ,-40-tf HATS! HATS!! HATS!!! fglUC subscriber respectfully announces to the ci JL tizv-ns of Bloomington and the surrounding country, that he has commenced the Uniting busi ness, in the storeroom formerly occupied by Berton Lee, one door north of the Iowa House, in the town of Bloomington, where he will keep constantly on hand a general assortment of Hats, which he oilers, wholesale or retail, on the most reasonable terms, for cash or country produce. Country Merchants wish ing to purchase the above article, will do well to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. His present stock consists of the following quali ties, viz: Fine drab Otter ha's fine black Nutria, clipped fine black Brush hats fine plain black hats line plain drab hats fine napped brab, Bloomington, V-. Sac. A. M. HARE. July 2fi, 1841.-40 N. B.. All kinds of Furs will be taken in,«*• diali£e fir Hats, §3 3 fo 4 k~GATZs. STONE-WARE, all sorts and size-*, just received and for sale, Wholesale u 1 Retail, at CLARK'S COMMISSION HOUSE. July 16,1841. 38 TERRITORY OF IOWA,? District Court, November Term, 1841. Margaret Dinsmure Mount, vs. Petition for a divorce. Milton Lad Mount. A ND now on this day comes the p-titioncr, by /j her Solicitor, upon a bill of complaint hcrcto for Ci!cd, g8 WiS!(IN..TOS COUHTT, 5 and thereupon it appearing to the Court hereby said bill of complaint of thc said Margaret Dinsmore Mount, that said Milton Lad Mount is not a resilient ol this Territory, it is thereupon, on mo tion of the solicitor for the complainant, ordered by the Court, that notice be hereby given that the said Milton Lad Mount be and appear before the District Court of said county, on the first day of thc next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house in Washington, on the second Monday alter the fourth Monday in October next, to answer said bill of complaint, or thc same, and the matters and things and charges therein contained, will be taken aud considered by the aforesaid District Court as acknowledged and confessed, and a decree granted accordingly and that this order be published in the Bloomington Herald for the term of eight .successive weeks before the next term of this court. TIT O A S A K E R, Clerk District Court, Washington CO.' W. C- OsBornjTE, Solicilor for complainant. August 7,184l-42-8t Pre fee #10 Forwarding and Commission Merchant, and Dealer in Produce, FTLOOMLNG'rO.V, IOWA. References.' J. & E.Walsh &Oo.} H. N. Davis & Co. St. Louis, Mis«®oii» C. Semple, Rogers & Corrall, Cincinnati, Ohio* Stuart, Joues & Co., it Nari„ & Murray' H»,n|,ton, Smith & Co.? J-lv 23, 1841-39-tf 0h" Pa. Jones, Murphy & Co. 5 Andrew Dunsmorc, New York. J. Burrows, Esq., New Orleans. July 30, 1841. 23-ly Jf. S. LAKIN EE PS constantly on hand, at his store, n genc ral assortment of Groceries, Provisions, Drug. Medicines, Paints, Oil, Dye Studs, Perfumery. &c. which will be sold low for Cash or Produce consist intr of Bacon Ague Medicines Flour Southern Tonic^ Meal Rowan's do Br.nay, Champion's Ague Pills Gin Homing Ague Syrup Wiitev Barnard's C'omp. Ext. Cinchona Whiskey Oman's vegetable pills Lee's pills Salt Thompson's Eye Water Sugar Johnson's Polishing Powder Collec Pile Ointment Candles. Mastic and Copal Varnish. yilAWk PATENT LOCKS, a very superi or article, iust f??cived and for sale by' July 2 '. to,. JUST JOSEPH J. 8. LAKIN. received and for sale, a genera! assortment of Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Mattocks and Scythes. July 23. J. S. LAKIN. JUSTof received, a lot of Carpenter's Tools, count ing Planes, Chisels, Hand Axes, Auf,* s,&c. July 23. J. S. LAKIN. P. FREHMAN wouki respectfully in form the citizens of Muscatine and adjacent counties, that he has commenced the above business on Second street, near tiie American Hotel, where he intends manufacturing, and keeping constantly o n a n a e n e a A s s o e n o A I N E W A E and CHAIR S—such as Mahogony,, Walnut, and Cherry Bureaus Sideboards, Safes, Sccntaries, jok-cascs, Wardrobes, Breakfast, Di ning, Centre, Card and Work-Tabks Wa.-h and Candle Stands High, Fancy, French and Low-jx.st Bedsteads: A!-o, all kinls of TURNING done with neatness and despatch. Having had seven years experience as a Journey man, in several of the best manufactories iu the Uni ted States, he feels confident that he can give gener al satisfaction. Persons wanting Mahogony furni ture would do well to give him a call before they pur-, chase abroad, as a demand for good woik is ail that is wanting to ensure its being manufactured in this place. N. B. Coffins made to order on tho shortest notice. 36-Gm B.oomingLon, July 2,1811 ATTENTION! /R. SAPPINGTON'S PILL'S, warranted'to etire or the money will be returned, if satis icMry evidence is produced that a cfcre was not per formed. Also, Dr. Warsaw's remedy for Ague and Fever, Chills and Fever, &c. Also, Dr. Hall's rem edy for Coughs, Consumption, Acc. Aiso, Lee's Anti-billious Pills. For sale at F. H. STONE'S Store. Also, Dr. Warsaw's Mixture for sale at S. Fos ter's Store at Iowa Cfcj, and at G. W. McClellan's Store, Wapello. June 25-n35tf CLOCKS, ll-.lK/HS. & F.WEI, HI'. THE undersigned would res pectfully inform 'he citizens of gQ I)1 Iowa City, Bloomington, and the public generally, that they .ve just opened a store of the tt'iove description on Clinton :'cet, Iowa City, when they will thankfully reefivc and promptly attend to repairing Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry, on the most reason able terms, at no time to exceed St. Louis p:iees.— From their long experience, and a desire to please, they hope to merit a share of public patronage. G. C. ROBBINS A. CO. Iowa City, June 10, 1841. 31-3m Wcw Store. WtHE subscribers have just received sod are now owning, at their new store, corner of Chestnut and Second streets, near the Post Office, a splendid assortment of Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, adapted to the season, which they will sell for cash or produce on the most reasonable terms. Our old friends and the pubiic generally are invited to call and examine for themselves, as we are determined not to lc under sold 1 v any store in this place. Also, a select assortment of Groceries. Hardware, Boots and Shoes, &c. G. W. HUMPHREYS & CO. Bloomington, May 28, lS lI.-pl-tf JL VAUJAIJEK1"A¥U LV^lEWCINES. 'BlliE following Remedies prepared by THOMAS S. BL-TX-EU, of Columbus, Ohio, naving stood die test of several years trial, are rapidly increasing in sales, which is proof of the high estimation in which they arc held by the public. It is deemed inexpedient to insert a long descrip tion of each articlc, with accompanying certificates, and to obviate the necessity, agents will be furnished with papers containing full particulars, for gratuitous distribution. The names of the preparations, with the purposes for which they arc designed being pub licly advertised, tho invalid may see at once whether the remedy is likely to meet his or her case. DR. C. W. CHIPMAN'S Veg-ctabU Blood 1'urifur and IAver Pills. Pitic i. 37 1-2 CKN rs. This preparation is offered as a remedy for remo ving all diseases arising from a torpid action of the Liver, impurity of the blood, and foul stomach and bowels. It relieves loss of appetite, acidity, costivc 11ess, flatulency, dysentary, diarrhoea, or looseness of the bowels, bilious' affections, &e. They arc purely vegetable, perfectly safe and accommodated to all ages and to any ciiinate, and are recommended as a safe and efficacious 1'utuIff Pill. CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE VERMI FUGE. PBICE 25 CF.XTS. •n^is preparation for the certain cure of worms is perfectly safe, and can be given with eonfrdcnce to children, from infaacy to more advanced age. Being entirely vegetable, it does not require any restraint in diet or drink. BUTLER'S ERUPTIVE OINTMENT. PRTCF. 25 AM) 50 CEXTS. For thc cure of that inveterate disease known by various local names, as tiie Ohio, Michigan, oi Gcn cssee Itel»fS:io o or Sandusky Scratches, Illinois or Prairie Itch, tfe. Also, Barber's Itch, Scotch or Com mon Itch Ringworms, Tetters, Salt Rheum, Scald head, and all eruptions of the skin. It relieves Chil blains, and restores Frosted Flesh to its natural state. This remedy has been used in all these various diseases of the skin with complete success—and is also applied with far less trouble than the ordinary Ointment. rrThp above Medicines are for sale at the Drug Store of W. HOLLINCS WORTH. Bloomin Iu 16, 1841-33-6m. ryBlank Mortgage and Warrantee Deeds, FOR 'i, SALE AT THIS OFFICE. Ml for sale, wholesale or retail. low for cash by A. DUNSMORE. August 6,1841. W A N DRY HIDES, fjrwhii.li the high est price will be given,by A. DUrtoMOUii. July 30,1841,40 i. GUNSMITI11NG. ENRY MOLIS respectfully informs the ci®» /.ens of Bloomington and thc adjacent ccu|» try, that he is prepared to execute all orders in hlj| line inlhc best manner and with the greatest dt»» patch. His shop is one block from the court-houae, and immediately in the rear of Parvin's Hotel. Bloomington, July 2,1841. iiG-3mcd A RAFT of hewed oak timlier, and a large raft of sawed lumber,just received and for sale,in par cels to suit purchasers, at April 21 CLARK'S Commission House. REAMS Printing Paper 20 1-4 by 20 i-4 90 do do do 20 by 201-4' 3 Gross Bonnet Boards, 5Q Iieams Cap paper, TO do Wrapping paper, for sole low, by A. OGILVIE & Co. Bloomington, June 11, 1841.-tf AGS will be taken in payment for subscrip tion to the Herald 2 1-2 cents per pound will be given for clean white cotton or linen rags. fe BARRELS Superfine Ohio Flour, just re v? ceived at CLARK'S Commission House. SHOES'. SHOES!! SHOES!!! EALER in Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Gro ceries, has just received a good and fresly#up pl« for the season, which will be sold very low Cash or paper money corner of From, Mkl tiwMMiut streets, opposite tin: Iowa House. Bloomington, April 23,1 Si 1-tf. Cheap for'Cash. 1HE Subscriber has removed his Store to hi&' new house on Second stiect, nearly oppose the Postoflice. where he oilers for sale a large as sortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD WARE, BOOTS and SHOES, GLASSWARE, WINDOW-GLASS and SASH, and IRON and NAILS, all of which he will sell much lower iLan heretofore, for CASH, DRY HIDES, Ac. JOHN ZliiULER. Bloomington, July 2, ISII. 36»tf G. \V. HUMPHREYS & CO. JDfalcrs In jforrfgn naft Domrstt'c Bip (Soete, C&roccvff .' ajoo'.s ic Sl)ocs, J&JartJbwre, &c. Curner of Chesnut rind Second streets, NT(TOMI\(ITO\, IOWA. B. RUSH PETRIKIN^~~ ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Duarm-JE, IOWA. iUfercttces. Hon. H. D. GILPIX, late Attorney General of ftie United States. Hon. HKXHY TOLATTD, Philadelphia. Hon. B. A. BIDLACK, of Pennsylvania^ JOHN FIIAZKH, Cincinnati, Ohio. Hon. P. If. ENGLF, St. Louis, Mo. THOMAS MCKXIGHT, Esq. Dubuque, Iowa. 9j)ry i BUSHELS DRIED APPLES,jo* received, and for sale at reduced prices, at [june 18] CLARK'S Commission Hot»#o. BBLS. CIDER WINE, a choice artkle for family use, just received and for sale at June 18 CLARK'S Commission House, 11. GEORGE REEDER has removed to tlie office of I. C. Day, on Second street, n«*t door to Hollingswort'n's Drug Store. fi i-iil 1 Bloomington, April 16 1841-n25. FOSTER & RICHSIATf ARE now receiving from New Orleans dhd St, Louis, thc most extensive assortment of Gro ceries ever olfcred in this market, whkh they will sell low for cash. Their st.ck consists in part of Sugar, Cof5», Molasses, Teas, Floor, Tobacco, Cigars, Crackers, Pice, Candles, Soaps Nails, Cordage, Also a variety of Fruits, Spices, Farming touis, &c. &c. And also a good assortment of ell kinds of Jjiqnors and Wines. 25-tf. April 16, 1811. FURNITURE^ TEITHE subscribe/ has still on hand, on conejjjn -SL ment, a large supply of cherry post Bedstead* anil Tables, which he oilers low for cash. Persons engaging in the business of Tavem-keef'iug wouki do well to call and see for themselves. March 12 20-Gtn W. F. DEWEBER. "•M/AGON FOR'SALE, a new arid well fin w ished wagon, received jier steianboat from Ohio,\f may 14 CLAKk'S Commission House. The Thorough Bred Short Homed Durham Buli COLLIER, ILL lie let to cows, at the residence of tho i* V subscriber, one mile from Blcomington, at ter. dollars for each cow. A good pasture, with wa ter in it, is prowdid, free of charge, while the cows remain, and every attention paid them, but no liabil ity for accidents. Thc subscriber has at considerable expense and trouble, procured what may be justly esteemed one of thc largest and best blooded Bulls, of the Short Horn ed Durham Stock, of which this country can boast,•• and respectfully invites the farming community ti* call and see this jioble animal. W hen eight months, old he weighed eight hundred pounds, and when twelve months old he weighed twelve hundred pounds he was bred by James II. Adams, I'sq. of Princeton, Caldwell county, Kentucky, was two years old thc 17th April last his pedigree can 1m seen at tlie subscribers house. CHA8. A. WARFISLD. May 27. 31 N. B. Produce or live stock will b* received in payment, affair market price. TO LET. rglTHE TAVERN HOUSE situated in Tipton, Cedar county, and now occupied by Charles M. Jennings. For terms enquire of March 21 IRAD C. DAY. Bloomingtc i 1 OA r\/^r\PINE SHINGLES,just rc 1 /WU»UU V/ coivcd, direct from thc Alle gar.y mountains, for sale at May 14. CLARK'S Commission House. BLOOMINGTON FERRY. JL ptHE PUBLIC are informed that the FERRY across thc Mississippi river at Bloomington Io wa Territory, is now in operation. In order to have access to the river opposite Boom in"ton, a large Flat Boat will bo in the SIough with pesto propel it, so that travellers coming to it can ferry themselves, their ivagons and stock with out ditliculty. The RATES OF FERRIAGE wiU liens follows: k.,: For each wagon and two horses or oxen, 51 W Forcach additional horse or oxen, 0 12*1-3 For each horse and wagon, 0 75 Fol each man aud horse,} 0 T! i-3 Horses and cuttle, per head, O if. 1-2 Sheep and hogs, Freight, oec kttudred ponftfe, v Jlloomington, Marsh 1% ty".*- .*"1 rVl 0 12 1-S A S A V A i u i •, Agent for the Proprietors.