TEXAS AND ESGLASIX
.foments of the following letter, writ
^rllleston, and published in a late New
*"st Tronic, areofesch an extraordinary
Odean' i| k
discover nothing but DARK HINTS Irom
I will draw aside ihe veil* Messrs.
•,,rs, lor your especial benefit, as I remeiu
-"'•ohave seen in your paper frequent pre
!..-jna of the very treason which I have now
k rcortificaiion to announce. It is this:
^General Murphy suspected some secret
.^nations between the British and Texan
temtnenu, highly detrimental to the Uni-
States interests, and forthwith set about
yoverin'f the nature of the mystery. Tiiis
tns enabled to do during President II JUS
ti '. absence at the Indian Trpaty Ground—
jTsfinjfurnished with well authenticated and
abTed copies of the entire treasonable cor
-vjndence held by the President with the
•-'esentatives of the British and Mexican
vernments—binding himself to send com
?Sons to rceo^ize the nominal sovereignly
Mexico, provided that Government will
•ercupon cede Texas to Great Britain, for a
,i5!denuoi! Texas will then be a British
jvinre, by cession from Mexico, and consent
:he Executive of the Republic! the confir
imof the Senate and sanction of the peo-
can be relied on, (it is supposed,) after sus
ri-ijihe ordeal which the President has led
^through —Once a province of Great Brit
i, and the immediate abolition of slavery fol
•J-J as a matter of course but a considcra
s secured fjr the slave-bolder. Free ports,
-r.i goods, smuggling, and the consequent
'!i\ of European population, will soon com
Mtethe people for the empty name of a Re
i ', which has mocked their ears during'
'icon's arbitrary reign But what, you
is the Traitor's reward GOVERNOR GEN
II FOR LIFE, with a large salary, and a high
I-'iling title, will bribe Houston TO SELL HIS
•INTRY 1!! The correspondence which I al
•.e'ofully explains the mystery of the Pres
war against ilis Navy. The vessels
eft- to be sold in New Orleans last spring
it't wV\vcli th^ Mexican Navy were to take
Vrrtwtw, And control tire coast to be se
by a formidah'e inland invasion. The
i to England was then to follow, by a
r.ont and the people of Texas would look
Mteir new masters as very saviours, and
uriy form of government lhat their deliv
rs might prescribe. The contumacy of
nmudore Moore defeated this well contrived
r,, and he deserves th" execration of every
w of the British policy." I believe that
.n is now maturing for the delivery of Tex
i o the hands of Mexico this fall. Pray
i that the Galveston Caucus may prove as
.lesshil in thwarting the President as Com
re Moore was last spring. I fear lhat the
inged detention of Mr. Abell, bearer of
patches, will operate most injuriously on
aftdirs of 'ftxas, for things are hastening
a«tautl (lenoument, which will prove fatal
the young Republic unless the Eagle can
cue the victim from the Lion's claws!
4 -ave given you the outlines of the myste
s ind secret policy of President Houston,
eh has so long been misinterpreted by his
is, and scarce believed possible by his
"ies. Vou will learn full particulars from
'own Government in a very short time,
confirming all lhat I have said, and ad
argelyto the list of enormities attempted
^perpetrated by President Houston.
e above facts have been withheld by the
in Texas but as they arc topics ol dai-
additional evidence of
will be disposed to give them
irtit" however, says lhat
the writer for obtaining auihen-
-"filiation are equal to those of any gen
the reaoblic, and that his statements
^"'"lied o" implicitly. Taken in con
yb6!e ,h the late giving* out of Messrs.
*,ionri mer,and others high in the confi
,ilP administration a Washington
enCfl0' in nviali
•l,e evidence in existence of certain
'ill,e now going on between England
the institutions of slave
abolished in the latter republic, the
"i '"thin* '3 curious, and not devoid of in-
has left the seal of Government,
the cause of his re-
SomthMM-and olher mauers ineon
"'inn therewith- Mr. Abell, bearer cl des
fnr t'ie United States Government,
'^wrecked on .he Sarah Barnes, mil,
he more fortunate on the schooner Gal
SJrtSc""*' this letter, and reach
rinmeotin safety. On Us arrival at
«!iin«ioii City, there will be some strange
-lofSents n»de public, which are topics
dairy conversation in Texas. Although
in the streets, I see no objec-
io calling on Louisiana to watch her neigh
You may rest assured, gentlemen, that
retailing to you no vague rumor, but facts
•have been derived from the most indis
Mlie Editors of the Tropic.
Hie widow of the boicf and uncompro
ng William Legget is now in Mew
suffering from poverty and sickness.
tun ohen the case that those who
Mr? before the world f«»r years laboring
the most self-sacrilicing devotion for
cause of truth, sow only for others lo
the fruit of their toils. The friends
•ta lamented Legget talk of raising the
comfort for his distressed widow,
while they talk, she pines in sorrow
-distress. The day seems not yet to
arrived, when those who labor most
•tair fellow men, are the most cherish*
!3Jthe world. The frothy demagogue
•^attains a high elevation, when he has
her the ability nor the virtue re
for the proper discharge of its du
Jisuhe gifted and the true toil on, un«
and unrewarded, How many noi
wd brainless politicians have acquired
by appropriating to their pwn
thoughts and arguments of Legget,
''fi the family of the noble author have
^living ja ob»curity and want!—Mo.
j*pt. Taylor, of the schooner Kathleen
htladelphia from the coast of Africa,
brought with him three
interior of that country. In ap
somewhat resemble a crane
ork, but have very handsome plumage
carry themselves with much grace,
Of the head is crowned with a
spear-like feathers, very fine
every direction.—U. S.
MOST VALUABLE INVENTION.—The ed-
*ho Albany Argus in speaking of
the Fair of the American Institute, lately
held in the city of New York, makes men
tion of a Portable Grist Mill, which was
exhibited there, by the inventor, (a gen
tleman of Bridgeport, Conn It embra*
ces one run of stone, and is turned by
horse power, and the inventor will war
rant that it will make as good flour as the
best mills of Rochester. One of these
portable mills, the cost of which is only
$110, with the use of two horses will
turn off 27 barrels of flour per day. An
other the cost of which is the trifle of $60,
with one horse, will turn off 13 barrel
per day. The constrnciion is simple, and
the machinery easily kept in order. A
mill of this description would be of almost
incalculable value in this extensive prairie
country of ours—particularly where water
privileges are scarce. The trifling ex
pense of such a mill, together with the
great and many conveniences which it af
fords, will, we hope, convince our farming
population of its vast usefulness, and in
duce them to provide themselves with it
without delay. Its weight is from five
hundred to one thousand pounds. We
heard it stated that a -gentleman of this
city intends to bring one out in the course
of next summer.—Miners' Express.
AMENDE HONORABLE.—The Paris corres
pondent of the National Intelligencer gives
the following incident as having occurred at a
large temperance meeting in the city of Nor
It is long sinco I have been more struck
with an amend honorable for inconsiderate cen
sure than that of the Bishop of Norwich to
Father Matthew, at the recent immense tem
perance gathering in the city of Norwich. The
prelate delivered a very earnest address in be
half of ihe cause. Let me quote the rest:
"And now, reverend sir, and friend from'
another island, allow me to greet you—(ad
dressing Father Matthew, who roue amidst en
thusiastic applause.) 1 meet yon not here as
a Roman Gatholic priest. PdifTer from your
creed, and I candidly and openly avow in your
presence, and before this great assembly, that
I am hostile to it. But, reverend sir, I meet
you herein a more noble and comprehensive
character—1 meet you here not as a priest,
but as a Christian brother. £The right rever
end prulate here crossed before the chairman,
and extended his hand to Father Matthew,
which was cordially grasped and shaken by
the latter, amidst the must deafening cheers.]
I meet yon, I repeat it, as a Christian brother,
upon neutral ground, where ul-l-denominations
of Christians may delight to visit and unitr
together in a commou and holy cause. [Hear
near.] I have watched your conduct, sir, for
many a year. Yes, sir, long since, as you may
remember, when I censured you in public—
nay, may I nit add, abused you 1 have
watched your proceedings. Those public re
ports, upon which I founded these proceedings,
1 subsequently discovered to be founded in
malignancy and falsehood. [Hear] There
suit was, sir, that I appealed to you as a Chris
tian anil as a man of lienor t-o l»* mo know re
ally bow the case stood. You answered me
most nobly anil honorably, and I believed you.
I abused you, sir, no more. 1 felt, sir, lhat
some apology was due from tne for the wrong
1 done vou, and here I am to receive you.
THB TEXAS QUESTION.—The following
an extract of a letter from Washington to the
New Hampshire Patriot:
"The Texas question bids fair to agitate
the country soon, more than ever the Missou
ri question did. It is lo involve in its consid
eration not only our relations with ourselves
as individuals or States, but our relations wi
foreign powers. The discussion of the sub
ject at the coming session of Congress will be
warm, tf not angry—and it is more than prob
able that this great question will give rise to
new combinations of parlies. One thing may
be relied upon ihe administration is deter
mined to counteract the ridiculous designs of
England, and firevent their accomplishment—
and to effectually succeed, there is now said to
be but one course of policy advisable that is,
the annexation of Texas to this country."
POLAND AGAIN STRUGGLING FOK FREE
At least her people still hope. A London
letter writer remarks, llut the state of
Poland, however apparently helpless and
hopeless, has of late called forth an addi
tional feeling of sympathy. Her nation
ality appears to slumber ohly for a well
organized conspiracy has been discoved at
Warsaw, consisting of 3,000 persons,
whose object was to effect a revolution.—
About 300 have been arrested. May God
sdbscriber begs leave to infornt his old
friends and customers, and the public in gene
ral, lhat he has refitted and repaired at much ex
pense and trouble, his large and commodious'Hotel
for the accommodation of members of the legisla'ure
and all others who may favor him with a call. His
rooms are well furnished and warm and he has pro
cured servants who he guarantees shall be attentive
and accommodating. His table will be furnished
with the best the market will afford, and his terms
such as will be satisfactory to any gentleman who
may favor him with a call. In connection with the
establishment, he has a large, commodious and
warm stable, which will be fttrnished with horses,
carriages, sleighs, &e. &c.
This Hotel is situated convenieht to the Capitol,
with a good pavement connecting the two—and
but one door from the Post Office—and he flatters
himself that he will be able to accommodate his
friends and the public in a style of convenience and
comfort, equal if not superior to any hotlel in the
far west. He therefore, respectfull solicits a share
of Dublic patronage in his line of business.
may one day be free again
Iowa City, Nov. 24, 1843—3-tf.
WII.L offer for sale, at public auction, to the
highest bidder. Lot 10 in Block 106, on Satur
day the 2d day of December next, at one o clock at
thJ Court Hoise. R. P. LUWL
Bloomington, Nov. 44--3-2w. _::
nriHE partneiship heretofore existing under the
JL firm of Wilson & Israel, was this day dissol
ved by mutual consent. The business of the con
cern may be settled by cither of us.
THOMAS T. ISRAEL.
Bloomington, Nov. 21,1843 3-3w.
STINEHOUSER & STEWART,
rLlAKE this method of informing the citizens of
-M. this place and surrounding country, that they
have commenced the above business in all its vari
ous branches, and flatter themselves that by strict at
tention to business to merit a liberal share of public
patronage. Their 6hop is rti the corner of Second
and Chestnut streets, two doors west of the Post
Office. 'Cutting done at the shortest notice.
N. B. All kinds of merchantal le producc will be
taken in cxchang for work.
Bloomington, Nov. 24, 1843—3-tf.
WrLL dispose of my entire stock of CLOCKS
than they have or can be sold in the Ter
ritory, if immediate application is made—
To-wi't: beautifully finished eight day Brass
Clocks, with neat vaneared frames and Looking
Glass, $28 00
Thirty hour with wire bell, very neat brass, 1S 00
Twenty-four hour, small size, 15 00
Superior wood, steel bushed clocks, 10 00
For which I will receive in exchange at market
prices, Wheat, Flax-seed, Corn, Poik, or Beef.
INE LUMBER.—10,000 feet Pine Lumber,
hand and for sale, by
Nov 24 BENNETT
Farm for Sale.
excellent farm, under a good state of cultiva
tion, with comfortable buildings thereon, situ
ated ten miles north of Bloomington, is offered for
sale on reasonable and accommodating terms.
Apply to J.BUSNEXT&CO.
CilXTY head of fine sheep, in excellent order, for
sale. Apply to J. BENNETT $• CO.
Fabnestock's Cheap and Pop
A. L. BE ATT
Bloomington, Nov. 24, 1843—3-8w-cd.
B» A. FAHSESTOCK'S VERMIFUGE,
A, FAHNESTOCK'S VERMIFUGE,
A K it F. S 4 K
AND CERTAIN CURE FOR WORMS.
(XJ"Certificates of its efficacy can be seen at (he
store of the subscribers sufficient to satisfy Uu: JBOst
incredulous. Price 25 cents.
For sale by A FAHNESTOCK $ C©,
STILL MORE PROOFS.
Upper St Clair Township, Feb. 25,1843.
MR A FAHX F.STOCK .—I certify that I have
made use of your Vermifuge in my family for sev
eral years, and in every ca«e it had the desired effect.
After giving your Vermifuge lo my children, oneof
them discharged at one time 20. another 50, and a
tUiml 60 wornw, and wrrc roHe-rcJ fruitt
the dangerous and unpleasant symptoms under
which they labored.
FAHNESTOCKS CARMINATIVE LO
this season of the year, bowel complaints are
always very troublesome and frequently dan
gerous: every family should therefore, be provided
with a box of these Lozenge*, which will ailay the
morbid irratibility of the bowels, restore the checked
perspiration, stop the debilitating discharges, and in
a short time cure the most inveterate case of diar
rhoce, chronic dysentery, or habitual looseness.
They are very pleasant to the taste, and are sold at
the law price of 25 cents a box.
FAhNESTOOK'S ANTI-BILIOITS PILLS,
A gentle but efficient cathartic, expressly adapted
for a family physic and are not surpassed by any
other pili in use, for all cases in which a cathartic is
indicated. They will operate thoroughly without
griping, Price 25 cents, for a box containing 30
PNEUMONIC, OR COUGH BALSAM,
A valuable remedy for Coughs and Colds, Price
These Lozenges possess all the virtues of the best
Cough Syrups, are convenient to carry in the pocket
and are very pleasant to the taste, Price 23 cents,
Tbia penetrating article possesses dottMs the
strength of the common Opodeldoc, is more cleanly
and much more conveniently applied, Price 25 cts
A FAHNESTOCK & CO S EYE WATER
For the cure of weak or inflamed eyes. Price 25
Prepared by A FAHNESTOCK CO,
.Corner 6th and Wood sts, Pittsburgh Pa,
From the long and eminent standing of the
Messrs, Fahneslock's as Druggist's, the public have
the strongest assurance that all the above medicines
are scientifically prepared, and wherever they have
been introduced, stand UNRIVALLED in cariog the
complaints for which they are designed,
To be had geauioe ONLY of
Druggist of this city,
LATE ARRIVAL OF
FAL1, & WINTER GOODS,
JOHN R. BENNETT,
MAS JUST RECEIVED, and opened at his
old stand, in the brick building, on Chestnut
otreet, between Main and Second, a large and een
era1 assortment of FALL & WINTER GOODS,
,.GROCERIES, &c, &c. which he offers for sale on
terms advantageous to the farmer. His stock com
prises, in part, the following artilces:
Blue, Black, Green,and Steel Mixed Broadcloths,
and Black Beaver, for Overcoats Cadet Sat
tinetts, Blue, Blade and Mixed Ky. Jeans, all kinds
Keokuck and Quoquenaker, Plaid Liiulseys, assort
ed Greenfield, red, white, yellow, spotted, and do
mestic Flannels Green Baize, Green Canton, Suf
folk Drilling, English Merinos Black, Brown and
Green Alpaca Green and Brown Lujtrcs Hard
times, English Merino Hkfs Winter Shawls Pad.
ding. Sail Duck Black, Green and While Macki
naw Blankets, Pointed Horse Blankets, ett»
3000 yds. 4-4 and 3-4 Domestics 5 pieces coj*d.
Cambrics 2 pieces Brown Holland, 3 pieces Irish
Linen, 1 piece blk Italian Crape blk Satin, Velvet
and fig -Silk Vesting Silk Serge, Towel.diaper and
Crash Jacconet Cambric, Book and Mull Muslin
fig'd Pobbinett, Pongee Silk, Flag and col'd cotton
Hdkf". Silk coat-binding 18 pieces assorted Silk
5 pieces Cap, 3 pieces Satin, and 7 pieces Bonnet
Ribbon 4 doz. bl'k Italian Cravats, 1 doz. Bomba
zine Stocks 1 dots. Satin Ties, a superior article
Comforts, blk worsted Ladies' Hose Berlin and
Gents, fine Cashmere Gloves, embroidered Merino
Hdkfs. Ivory Combs, Silk coat and Ball cord But
tons of all sorts and sizes Superior Italian sewins?
Silk, !'!k and white patent thread, silk twist, 1 gross
paste-boards, Worsted, cotton, and elastic Suspend
ers assorted spool cottons hooks and eyes 4 packs
German, 6 packs common, and 2 do. solid-head pins
an assorted lot drill'd ey'd needles, candle wick, 23
dozen assorted German silver and Ladies' Combs,
Oil cloths, Spelling and Pocket Books, 20 dozen
slates, together with various other articles to numer
ous to mention.
blk Box Coats, 6 do. lined and 6 long skirted
do. 1 doz. Valencia, 6 Ky. Jeai.s, 6 single and 6
double-breasted Sattinett Vests 6 pair llardtimes,
6 pair Cadet Satin, 8 Lavender, and 5 pair striped
Satin Pantaloons thick winter Gloves, shirts, etc.
Boots & Shoes.
4 cases Men's coarse Boots, 1 do. Boy's, 1 do
Youth's 5 doz. Mens' thick Brogans, 2 1-8 do.
Boys do 2 doz Children's 5 1-2 doz womens buck
slips, 1 doz spring-htel'd slips, 1 doz'spring-heel'd
welts 3 doz child's shoes, 1 doz boys Biogans,5 1-2
doz women's Lace Boots.
Hals & Caps.
Mens' and Boys' Fur and Seal Skill Cftps, all
qualities assorted Fur Hats.
18 doz knives and forks, assorted 6 doz assorted
Penknives, 1 doz Shoe knives, 6 door Locks, 1 doz
pad locks, 1 doz Till locks, door latches, mill and
hand-saw files, Blacksmith's rasps, 1 doz plated
Spectacles, 3 doz Mahogany knobs, 1 doz cut ink
stands, bonnctt wire, 39 doz assorted butts, 2 gross
thimbles: 5000 French rib'd, and 16,000 commou
Percussion caps 1-2 gross ass'd flints, 6 gross cut
spriggs from 1-2 inch to 1 1-2 inch, 1-2 doz shoe
hammers, 2 doz hand-saws, 1 doz patent gimblets,
1 doz carpenters' peucils, I doz molasses gates, 1
woods saw blades, 2 doz weavers' reeds, 1 1-2 doz
shovels and spades, 1 doz coffee mills, 112 dozen
frying pans, 4 doz sad^ irons. 1 1-2 wool cards, 2 doz
curry combs, 1 doz pair blacking brushes, 100,000
saddlers' tacks, glue pots, 1 doz snuce pans, 1 doz.
tesvkettles tea and table spoons, hatchets, screws as
serted, from 1-2 to 3 inches, Jew-sharps, etc.
18 do® cut and pressed glass tumblers, 38 dozen
painted plates, 9 doz edged do. 5 doz print Muffins,
1 doz glass salts, 4 doz cup plates, 8 doz dip bowls,
60 setts painted teas, I Brittannia tea sett, 1 doz
glass peppers, 3 setts printed tea-ware, 2 doz wash
bowls and pitchers, 3 doz assorted do 2 r,etts toy tea
ware, 1 1-2 doz bake pan 1 1-2 do* ioafttj%$Ioa
10 doz pint and 11 doz 1-2 pint tin cups, 1 doz
large boilers, 6'doz do ass'd: 4 doz assorted buckets,
I doz measures and funnels, I doz skimmers, 1 doz
candle-moulds, 2 doz ladles, 2 dozdish kettles, 5
assorted [tans, 1 doz wash pans, patty-pans, plates,
«ake cutters, Japann'd tea-boards, etc.
Drugs & Medicines
Borax, brimstone, flour of sulphur, epsom sa!ts,
Castor oil, lamp black, red lead, spts. turpentine, in
digo, chalk, Prussian blue, linseed oil, madder, put
ty, cinnamon, cloves, Maccaboy snuff*, writing ink,
varnish brushes, camphor, magnesia, alum, sa!t pe
tre, gum aloes, mustard, Hull's shaving soap, opo
deldoc, Bateman's drops, Lee's Pills, spts. hartshorn,
nutmeg*, ground ginger, pepper, 6pice, etc.
16 bbls N O Sugar, 13 aacks Rio, Havana and
St. Domingo Coffee, 6 boxes Young Hyson, Imperi
al and Gunpowder tea, 200 lbs bar lead, 12 half box
es assorted tobacco, Tar, vinegar, loaf sugar, etc.
All of which he offers for sale on the most accom
modating terms, for Cash, Wheat, Pork, Lard, Dry
and Green Ifides, Beeswax, Butter, Cheese, White
Beans, Peltries, and Shell'd Corn, together with di
vers other articles, such as are usuall purchased in
stoses. Persons visiting this place for the purpose
of trading, are invited to give him a call.
Bloomington, Nov. 3, 1843. 52
HA ML, TOWNSEND,
II The public arfe cautioncJ against purcha
sing other medicines, SIMILAR only in NAMK to the
above—altho one has been found shameless enough
to alter his name to avoid the law of counterfeiting,
and assert that it is as good as FAHKSSTOCK'S A
word to the wise 4-c,
Bloomington Nov, 10, 1843, l-l-y
lbs. BACON wanted immediately
for which the highest market price
will be paid by F. O. BECKET Co.
N. We will pay EIGHT DOLLARS per bbl.
for clear pork, provided it is delivered in two weeks.
^HEETING.—A prime article can be bough
J5 very low to close the concern
F. O. BECKETT & CO.
OWDER—2 Kegs Rifle, 2 do Blasting Pow
der, and 8 bags assorted Shot, just ree'd and for
sale, Nov 3 JR BENNETT
ALT—21 Sacks Ground Alum, and 25 Sacks
CT Liverpool Blown Salt, just
Nov 3 BEiNJNbl 1
PRINTS.—100 pieces Assorted
Prints, just reed, and for sale, by
X°v :j BENNETT
HISKEY—Old Monengaheia and 16 bbls.
Rectified, just ree'd and for sale,
by Nov3 JR BENNETT
and Champaign Brandy, and Old
Rum, just ree'd and for sale, by
Nov 3 JMft BENNETT
ijAILS'—16 Kegs assorted Nails, from 4 to 20d
1.^1 iust ree'd and for sale, by
]\ov 3 JR BENN ET
OLASSES—3 bbls. superior Sugar House,
iust ree'd and tor sale, by
lbs. Sole Leather, i6 do®,
aides Upper Leather, just ree'd and for sale, by
Nov 3 BENNETT
'INES—Madeira and Muscat, just ree'd and
for sale, by Nov 3 BENNET1
STONEWARE—A large lot assorted, just ree'd
and for sale, by Nov 3 BENNETT
XES.—2 doz. Douglass' Axes, just ree'd and
for sale, by Nov 3 BENNEfT
YDRAULIC CEMENT—10 bbl^ justree'd
and for salc. by^Nov 3 BENNETT
and for sale, by Nov 8 BENIN ETT
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
A. Ogilvie & Co.
HVE just received, and are now opening, tih
extensive and well selected assortment of
Comprising almost every article suitable for the sea
son, which they will sell, Wholesale or Retail, at un
usually low prices. Their stock consists in part of
the following articles
Superfine Broadcloths, all colors. Cassinetts, Q«t
tinetts, Jeans, Beaver and Pilot Cloths, Heavy Ver
mont Cloths—all wool White,'Red, and Yellow
Flannels,-Brown and Bleached Sheetings and Shirt
ings, Drills, Merinos, Alpacas, very fine for dresses
a large lot of Calicoes, Silks and Cotton Handker
chiefs, &c. &c.
Groceries of all kiuds Hani and Qucensware.
The highegt price paid for Wheat, Flax Seed,
Beeswax, Dry and Green Hides, Pork, &c. &c.
Bloomington, Nov. 3, 1843.—52-tf.
J. SCOTT RICHMAN,
A o n e y A A W
J. Bennett & Co.
their thanks to the citizens of Bloom
ington and the surrounding country, for the
very liberal share of patronage bestowed upon them,
and beg leave to inform them that they have just re
ceived from the Eastern Cities a large and splemdid
assortmebt of Foreign and Domestic
Which they offer for sale at very reduced prices,
and flatter themselves that by their strict attention to
business, they will merit and receive,
of the same liberal patronage.
Bloomington, Oat. 6, 1843—48-ljr.
"fl TONS assorted IRON, jtrtt received, and
for sate by J. BENNETT & CO.
Oct. 27. 51
COFFEE, Just ree'd and
for sale by J. BENNETT & CO.
BBLS. N. O. SUGAR, just ree'd and for
sale by J. tfENNETT & CO.
rUN POWDER, IMPERIAL, and Y. H.
LIT TEAS, just received and for sale by
Oct. 27. J. BENNETT & CO.
UEENS & HARDWARE, a splendid as
sortment, just received and for sale by
27 J. BENNETT & CO.
WHITE BEANS & FLAX SEED.
NE THOUSAND BUSHELS WHITE
Beans and Flax Seed, wanted by
Oct. 27. J. BENNETT & CO.
YARDS 4-4 Domestic, just received
and for sale, by
J. BENNETT & Cor
ROWK BLACK and GREEN 4-4 Merino*
iust received and for sale, by
Oct BENNETT & Co
ENTUCKY and YANKEE Jeans, just ree'd
and for sale, by BENNETT & Co
ROADCLOTHS afifl SATTINETTS.a fine
lot, just reed, and for sale, by
°et 6 BENNETT & Co
ERCUSSION CAPS.—50,000 Percussion
just reed, and for sale, by
Oct BENNETT & Co
OWDER, SHOT and LEAD, just reed, and
for sale, by [Oct 6] BENNETT & Co
IOTTON BATTING and CANDLE WICK
just reed, and for sale, by
Oct 6 BENNETT & Co
OOTS and SHGES, just reed, and for cale. by
BENNETT & Co
AILL—3,4,6,8, and 10 penny NAILS, just
reed, ftnd for sale, by
Oct BENNETT & Co
^OO thick BROGANS, justrecd. and
for sale, by
BENNETT & Co
15-EF CATTLE—1000 Beef Cattle, wanted
Oct 6 BENNETT & Co
JOHX LF.MP. 1IMAN FCLTON.
New Store, from St. Louis.
FULTON & LE1WJ*,
respectfully inform the citizens of
Musaatine and adjoining counties, that they
haveoponed an entire new stock of goods at Bloom
ington, I. T. in the use formerly occupied by G.
W. Humphreys & Co. corner of Second and Ches
nut streets, where they will keep constantly on hand
a large and general assortment of Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Queensware, Boots, Shoes &e.,
all of which we are determined to sell for Cash or
Produce cheaper than goods have eve. been sold
here be tore, and as low as they can be bought west
ot the mountains, St. Louis not excepted. Persons
from a distance that want a great many goods for a
will do well to rive us a call, we shall
also be prepared to wholesale goods on as good terms
as any house in the Territory. Our goods have all
been purchased in St. Louis and Eastern Cities for
Cash, at the very lowest prices and will be sold for a
small advance above cost. In addition to the facili
ties we have made arrangements with an experienc
ed hand in St. Louis, to purchase goods for us at
auction, which will enable us to keep at all times a
good assortment at the very lawest prices, and no
mistake. Give us a call before you purchase else
where. Great barga'ns to be had at all times for
the ready pay. Remember the new store where we
iball not consider it any trouble to show g**k.
Our motto is large sales and small profits.
Bloomington August 27th 1842.
Distillery for Sale.
THE undersigned, wishing to embark in another
branch of business, offers his new and complete
Distillery in Bloomington, for sale on very reason
able terms. It has just been completed, and is in
fine condition for operation, being supplied with all
necessaries, in complete order for business. Wheat,
Horses or Oren will be taken in payment. Any
person wishing to engage in that business, will find
in it a great bargain.
Oct. 20. CHRISTIAN DEETZ.
mjoTICE is hereby given to all whom it may
\X concern, That I will, incompliance with an
order made by the board of County Commission
e s of Muscatine county, Iowa commence selling
a the Court House door in the town of Bloom
ingtan, on the third Monday in November next,
"ting the 20th day of said month, at public
lilT all and singular, lands, town lots, and other
nr^ertv on which the Taxes for the years 1841
and 42 are not paid on or before the said day
Said Sale to continue from day to day,
Mw£n the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
clock P. M. until afl such property shall be du
Corner of Sccand and Walnut Utrcfts—half-wap
beiwatn Ihe bliter uiid Cuurt liou&?.
njllIE SUBSCRIBER, thankful for past patron^
age, assures his friends and the travelling pub
lic, that hH exertions in their behalf have suffeitiA
no diminution, and will at all times lie cxcited to
niinis'cr lo their comfort and convenience.
His hou«? will be re-opened for the reception of
BOARDERS on the 1st of October next, when
good accommodations can be had for the following
BoarJ per week, including Lodging, $2.60
do do without Uo 2,1)0
Single meal. 2$
Attached to rhe Hotel is a good §TABDE,whn*
he keeps Horses at the rale of 25 cents per day apt
night. JOSIAH PARTING
Bloomington, Iowa, Sept. 29, 1843. 47 Cm
GEO. HUTCHISON & CO.
BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS.
\X^OULD inform the inhabitants of this place,
I and the surrounding country, that they arte
preparer! to execute all orders in their line in a nttt
and substantial manner, at a reduction in price pi#*
portioned to the state of the times.
Wheat, D»y Hides. Tallow. Beeswax, etc. taktn
in payment for work. 52 Bloomington, Nov 8
N. B. Shoemakers and others can be supplied
IBL£S AND TESTAMENTS.—TIM
County Bible Society has received
a good supply of Bibles and Testaments from the
parent Society, consisting of French, German and
Dutch Bible, and various kinds of English Bibles,
which are ready for distribution, or will be sold for
cost and charges, at J. A. Parvin's store.
April 21-25-dt PLIN Y FAY, Sec'y.
subscriber wants to purchare a quantity
BEESWAX of good quality, for 'which b«
will give 25 cents p*r pound, payable in Goods dt
as fair prices as any other store in this co-jiHy.
Davenport, Scott co. Oct. 12,1843. 49
BALL A HOLMES,
ARBl-iE CUTTERS, continue to furnish, oil
the shortest notice, and at reduced prices, afl
descriptions of Monumental Work, cxcctue!
in the neatest modern style. Orders from a dis
tance, if accompanied with the cash, or a responsi
ble reference given, will be promptly filled..
Iowa Cily, Oct. 1843. 49ay
Cabinet & Chair IVIakiiig,
Jit all its Various Branches, and no l*tifHntf,
JOHN J. FiTTON,
REATFUL for the past favours lie has
vW ceived from the public in general, and HNt
friends in particular, "would announce to them that
he still carries on at the old stand, where he will be
prepared to execute all orders in his line, as usuaL
The liberal patronage he has already received, j*
the best testimonial of the manner in which tb«
public appreciate his merit®.
WINDSOR OIIAIR MAKING, into which \lk
is now going to enter lnrgely, will afford an oppdf^
tunity to the public of being supplied on the most
reasonable terms. 49 Bloomiiutcn Oct. 16.
The public are respectful!u informed Utai
NO. N. SARGENT,
feA7ILL open a school for ihe reciplion of pupils
WW of both sexes on Monday the 23 inst.
Terms per Quarter. Orthography, Reading,
Pennmanship, first lessons in Arithmatic and Ge
English Grammar, Aiithmrtic Menial anil
Practical, Anceint "and Modern Ceogri
phy, History and Composition.
Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, Chenn*
try, Latin and Greek Grammar, Stenogrfc
Fuel and one half the room rent extra.
Bloomington Oct. 9. 1843.—48 3w.
Bloomington, low^ Gd. 12, IMS,
hearing to the
Parents and others interested in Education, qpp
requested to visit the school, at any time, withoqjt
tbe'ceremony of a more special invitation.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,}
TEBRITOUT IOWA, 5
Supreme Court in nrtd fur said Terriloty.
IN the case of JONAS CLARK of Muscatine coun
ty, a decreed bankrupt.
1 HE creditors of tbe said Jonas Clark and otl»er
persons interested, will take notice, that on the 10t&
day of May, A. D. 1843, the court aforesaid, in tbe
said Territory, ordered a decree of bankruptcy to be
entered in favor of the said Jonas Clark, and lhat his
application for the benefit of the bankrupt law should
stand continued for the second hearing, to the 2J
day of January, A. D. 1«44, at the Capitol of saiil
Territory, In Iowa City, and ihe said case Was re fer
ret! to Arthur Washburn of Muscatine county, tbe
Commissioner in bankruptcy in said case, appoirtir
ed by the court, before whom you may appear an^
have the said pe itioner examined under oath, prove
your claims, or show cause at the second hearing in
court at the time aforesaid, why the prayer of the
titiono shall not l»e granted. The assignee appoint
ed in this case is Charles Matloon,Esq.
Attefc, GEO. S. HAMPTON, Cl'k.
of the Supreme Court, Iowa Territory.
WT. G. WoonwAnn, Solicitor.
Sept. 8, 1843—44-10w. ____
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 1
TKRIUTORT OF IOWA, 5
Supreme Court in and for said Territory,
LA the case of HENRY FUNK of Muscatiiie
County, a decreed Bankrupt.
The creditors of the said HENRY FUNK an
other persons interested, will take notire, that otf
the 10th day of May, A. D. 1843, the Court afor£
said, the said Territory, oiderrd a decree^[bank
ruptcy to be entered in favor of the said HkJNKIT
FUNK, and that his application for the benefit rf
the bankrupt law should stand continued for th*
day of January, A. 01
1844, at the capitol of said Territory in Iowa Citft
and the said case was rcfered to Arthur \V ashblifli
of Muscatine County, the commissioner in Bari|£
ruptcy in said caie appointed by the Ccurt, before
whom you may appear and have the said petition®!
under oath, prove your claims or sho#
cause at the second hearing in Court at the time
foresaid, why the prayer of the petitioner shall net
be granted. Tbe assignee appointed in this case Ml
Charles Mattoon Esq. of Muscatine County.
Attest, GEO. S. AMFf ON, Clerlfc
of the Supreme Court, Iowa Territory.
Whicher & Hastings, Soi'rs.
in 'j. i at
A lad 16 or 17 years of age, who can read and
write well, of good 6tcady and industrious hab
its, will find a good opportunity for learning tto
printing business by an carlv application at this of.
fiee. None will be, taken without ihcse requisite*,
and an agreement from their parents or guardiaflrf
obligating them to remain till they shall have afcr
quired the art,
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