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FINE.—Mr. Rogers in'ilw House of the iniro- P,e"f'a j„jnt Resolution in relation to UettO' Ifi* fwo '"two"disgraceful violence have S a' l» hme of lhi® illu9lr'*u' I *o '^""clay's resolutions, once upon •*. ..r he ,b2 1»\*A and he who has evinced more many calmly iinal repose, with the assurance that countrymen render homage to Mf vir |ueaand un Reporter UNIVERSAlilST CONFERENCE. There will be a Conference holtlen in Iowa city, commencing on Saturday the 23d Dec., for the pur pose of organizing a convention in Iowa, and each Church and Society is requested to send three dele gates to represent them in the council of this con ference. On the 24th the new Univcrsalist Church, trill be set apart for the worship of the One true nnd living God." On the evening of the 24th the Anniversary of our Saviour's advent, will he celebra ted. It is expectcd there will he a number of min i'lering brethren from abroad, in attendance, and a cordial invitation is given to all. The Right Rev. Dr. LOHAS, Catholic Bishop of Iiwa, will officiate and preach on Sunday Best* nth in»t. at half past 10 A. M, NOTICE. The Rev. Mr. Bobbins will prcach at the Hall in Hines new brick building opposite Smalley's black- (niitb l"g 11 shop, on Sunday the 17th inst., at half past 10 -lock A. M. and half past 2 P. M. Dec. 15. MARRIED--On Wednesday 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Srockcr, Mr. ALFRED NYE, to Miss SARAH SILVERTHORN, all of this county. DIED—-In thts place, on the !0th inst. af an illness of two days, Mrs. MARY R., wife of Mr. H. A. Lawrence, in the 18th year °f her age. But a short time since, we fol lowed their only child to the grave. Mrs. although retired and unpresuming in her life, \m«seficed of a heart the most kind and ta?«iroj0fll A)as |)0W uncertain is human life! the truth teller of jr. york. k PAPER particularly intciesting to all who im. take an interest in the repeal of long suffering Ireland, from the intrigue and bullying of British bonday* to her natural and the free exercise of her OKU Parliament, will find in it ihe first news respec- this all important subject, more especially now this crisis, to the sons of Erin in this far west it is wore particularly gratifying, to be had here in Bloo ^'"gton, at $3 a year payable in advance. Address •tow post paid to JOHN J. FITTON, Agent ^toomingron, Dec. 15, 1843—6-tf. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE, fV virtue of an order of sale from the District Puhr Muscatine county, will be sold at filolC *ucl'on at tLijjt°f jtS-. Senate, branded their author l^Wt,*nd left his intended vic These no longer disgrace hues of the nation. The corrnpt I* V J,r Judge Hall, alone remaras, to ^Lthe national justice slumbers. tve no doubt thai the Legislature ft!will show itself amongst the first rf/£»ponCong.e« 1 the obli.er«,on of 1 Wiing^i" upon ihe records of Ihe & i "udiciary. The people in masse national t|ial odious sentence. SfXne'elt. whilst ,he defender jZ.I'eyor-—, irbr^ice:andha.ec.m».nded oottiin? u J' t0 enforce it. Before ''"ir/Mtnmef's sun gilds 'he whitened SSlrfthe venerable hero and statesman, to »t act of nationa' iu8Uce b.e con" acknowledge his fame— capital Kgw MODS or RENDERING LABD.—In walks among the pork houses yester we noticed at REYNOLDS & IRWIN s the 'operation AMELUNG'S new Patent Apparatus for rendering lard by steam, in lad of the slow old mode of frying it out in kettles. This new method strikes us a combining many advantages over the o!d one. The lard, in leaf and strip, is thrown into a large wooden vat, some ten feet in diameter, where it is thoroughly melted by a volume of steam being poured upon it. It s lhen We are not very conversant with these matters, but the subject is appearently of luiScient importance to attract the notice of those interested in this business. The operation of the steam renderer cm be witnessed every day at the parking house of REYNOLDS & IRWIN, XEW YORK ELECTION.—The N. Y. Herald, in commenting upon the New York, election, remarks ••The result in relation to public men and measures, is decidedly expresive of the popu lar will against Clay and Webster—against thrir recent coalition, and against all their measures—bank, high tariff, distribution law, kc. It establishes the fact that Mr. Van Bu« ten, arrayed against Clav, is the strongest in NswYork." *he Court House, ^ie town of '"'"eton.on Saturday the 16lli Februa ^onkr'*80 much of the real estate of which John HJy 'n' late of said county deceased.died seized, as "®cessary to pay the balance of indebtedness estxtf the estate of said deceased. Said N W 'l-i of Sec 45 78^ N~of rW, T,acre* The W suh t7 70 inn1 °f U "r e acro" The THOSEcan -.i •-.. •"•.:• v*'1?" s- .**•- T\ St- .•* -.-•* x- THEATRE! ON Monday eveing, Dec 18, in Bloomiagtoo, will be presented, Sheridan'c celebrated Tragedy of I Z A O DEATH OF ROLLA. Aft* the ,Tn»gpdy, the Beautiful Bin, Cook Song, a DuetC •f-.it 4" -, v __ *c x* ..!- u Will be performed thn beautiful ptay, MASQUERADE BALL. Whole to conclude with the VICTORIA COTIL LION. Doom open at half past 6—Performance to com mence at 7. Tickets to be bad at the Principal. Hotels. Price 25 ccnts. For further particulars, see Kits. indebted to us by booh account or other wise. have an oportunity of settling the same in Pork or Wheat. Dont put it off until it is too late. Dec 15 O BECKETT & Co. V1AKEN UP by Jas. Johnson of Center Town -I. ship, Cedar county, Iowa, on the 18th day of November, 1843, two stray steers, one a red steer with a little white on his hips, marked with a half crop out of the left ear, and half crop out of the right ear. The other is a red hrindle steer *ith white face, line backed and marked in both ears with a crop, slit and underbit, supposed to be four years old, appraised at twelve dollars each, before R. C. Knott Esq. on the 25th day of Nov., A. D. 1843. THE conveyed to another vat under neath, the water thoroughly evaporated, and the melted lard drawn off into kegs and barrels. One hundied and fifiv barrels per day can be thus rendered, with the labor of two men—there is no possibility of the lard being burnt—and every particle of it in the hog is thus saved, which cannot be done by any press, how ever powerful. ROBT. M. LONG, Cl'k, B. C. C. C. Tipton, Dec 15, 1843—6-3w Goods at St. Lous Price#. undersigned has on hand, and offers for sale, on the north-west corner of Second and Chestnut streets, a general asssortment of DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, to which he would call the attentiou of farmers and others wishing to purchase. Produce will be taken in payment at fair prices. Call and see. (COFFEE.—30 BOOTS on Columbia street. —Cincinnati Atlas. Although the above idea is not entirely new, yet this is the first extensive experi ment we have heard of. It strikes us as a most valuable improvement.—O. States man. SHIRTNGS,hand °f 8 W 1-4 of ty 3 W containing 80 acres. The N w 1 v twiiidimtig ou acres* 1 (19 li 2 in 77»'R 3 W taonth, .v® will be sold on a credit of nine to »jv and the purchaser will be required pnw-rf I*11'1 8°od security, a mortgage of the title to»akr i Payment °f lhe purchase money.— ^'clort between the hours of on« and four w. W«3^-L09SW^,4*»^ •'•'nA -""ST'-' t~ v om 1 •P SKULLS WAN llii). ShStHE skulls of any of the inferior animals in 4A eluding Birds, Fiaco, &c. A fair price will be given, for the above:—they must be divested of integuments and in a dean, sound and wholesome condition. Da. W. L. SMITH. Bloomington, Dec. 15,1843—6-1w. 1 A-?'""* PORK WANTED, FORGoods which the highest market price wlQ be paid in or Cash, by Dec 15 O BECKETT & Co. SHEETINGS and TICKINGS,a large lot on and for sale by Dec8 EH ROBBINS BEESWAX WANTED,lowerwhich for I will pay 28 cents in goods at prices than can be taught in the Territory. [Dec 8] EH ROBBINS PORK WANTED. LBS. Pork wanted, for which O yj the highest price will be paid Dec 8, 1843—5-tf. Wat. H. BLAYDES. SLEIGHING. FOR SALE, three sleighs in good condition lor running on reasonable terms. Enquire of Dec 8, 1843—5-tf. STEPH. WHICHER, for RI HARD CALVIN. SALT! LIVERPOOL, and GROUND AI. LUM Salt for sale, CIIKAP for cash by F.O BECKFTT&Co LIVE AND L.ET LIVE: AT IT AGAlSr: THE OLD 8165 OPTS DR. W. LONG SMITH, has resumed the practice of Medicine and Surgery and would respectfully inform HIS OLD FNIF.i»ns, and the public generally, that he shall be happy to w|tL«^on them in the capacity of his profession. Bloomington, Dcc 1, 1843—4-lw.' LOST. IN the early part of last week, a Diamond Breast Pin, set in Gold, a Silver Pencil, marked Henry Kemper, and also, a white handled pen knife* All in town. The finder will be suitably rewarded up on their return to me. J. BENNETT. Dec 8, 1843—5-tf. FOR SALE!* TWO HQBSE WAGGON for BOIO, for Ca*h or Produce, by Dec 8, 1843. J. BENNETT & Co. PORK. 50,000 lbs. Pork wanted, by J. BENNETT 6c Co. Dec 8,1843. Pon INE LUMBER.—10,000 feet Pine Lumber, hand and for sale, by Nov 24 BENNETT LOST. ^EVERAL valuable books, with my name in ^9 them also, a Title Bond from Dr. Jas. Davis, for a qr. Sec. ol land. Any individual having the above property, or portion of it, will oblige the sub scriber by returning the same to him. Dec 8, 1843—5-lw. Da. W. L. SMITH. NOTICE, TTyleethose O all who are indebted to the estate of Sroalley, either by note or book act. can make payment with Pork, Wheat, Hides and Bees wax at the store of A. Ogilvie &, Co. in Blooming ton, if delivered by the 15th day of Feb, next. The biehest market price will be given. Which if not paid then, they will oe put banj« ,.i lection. ABRAHAM SMALLEY, Adm'r. Dec 1,1843—4-3w. containing ^th ferry. The W 1-2 of 8 E l7'^ 67» 8 W. containing 80 acres, APPRENTICE WJUVTED. A lad 16 or 17 years of age, who can read and write well, of good steady and industrious hab its, will find a good opportunity ibr learning the printing business by an early application at this of fice. None will be taken without these requisites, and an agreement from their parents or guardians obligating them IormaiatiU tiug% s^all have ac quired the a«t July 7. j,**&> itw .& I O W A HOUSE AND 6ENERAL STA8E OFFICE, 4 ||HE undersigned hiving leased his long cstab wl listed and well known TAVERN STAND for a term of years, and added to it such an addition as wilt enable him to accommodate travellers and visitors in a manner more acceptable than its former dimensions would permit, returns his thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon his house, and solicits a continuanc of the same. Having to ken the stand for a number of years, placing his reli ance for patronage upon his merits, he is determined to continue, as heretofore, to strive to met it a liberal share of patronage by the use of every effort to ren der the stay of his guests pleasant and agreeable.— His TABLE shall at all times be supplied with the beat the market affords, served up in a style not to be surpassed in any country. The BAR will be kept supplied with the choicest Wines and Liquors, and the bar room having always been quiet and free from •oise, those wishing to be retired need not entertain any fears of the least disturbance. Porters always in attendance to transport baggage from and to the House free of expense. His STABLE is kept, at all times, provied with all kinds of provender, and under the charge of a careful and attentive OSTLER, so travelers may jest assured that full justice will be donetto their hor ses. WJW. FRYE. Bloomington, Dec: 8,1843. SHELLED E. H. ROBBERS. Bloomington, Dec. 8, 1843—5-tt. Bags superior Rio Coffee, 10 do. superior Laguaria Coffee, in store, and will be sold low for cash or produce by Dec 8 EH ROBBINS gUG AR.—A few hhds. of a superior article which am selling very low, Dec 8 E ROBBINS AND SHOES.—10 Cases Boots and Shoes, warranted to be of the first quality, for sale by [Dec 8] E ROBBINS ED FLANNELS.—20 pieces embracing ev ery quality, which will be sold to suit the limes. [Dec 8] EH ROBBINS HATS AND CAPS.—5 Cases of superior fine Russia Hats, also—i case of superier Caps, for sal very low. [Dec 8} EH ROBBINS PRINTS.—300 piceces of Prints of every pat tern and quality, together with most every ar ticle in the Dry Goods line, which will be sold low. Dec 8 EH ROBBINS --s.^T CORN—5,000 Bushels Shelled Corn, wanted immediately, at the Store of DAE BENNETT Farm for Sale. A N excellent farm, under a good state of cultiva xm. tion, with comfortable buildings thereon, situ ated ten miles north of Bloomington, is offered for sale on reasonable and accommodating terms. Apply to^ J. BENNETT & CO. Nov. 17»\ V- TV Sheep. j^IXTY bead of fine sheep, excellent order, for sale. Apply t* Nov. 17. J. BENNETT 4 CO. F. O. BECKETT A CO., Water Street, one door below the Iowa HAVE just received fram St. Louis, a complete assortment of GROCERIES, which they will sell very cheap for cash or country produce. June 16,1843. Fahnestock's Cheap and Pop ular Family Medicines. B. A. FAIINESTOCK'S VE.RAUJF4IGE, A. FAHNESTOCK'S VERMIFUGE, A E E S A E AND CERTAIN CURE FOR WORMS. 03* Certificates offits efficacy can be seen at the store of the subscribers sufficient to satisfy the most incredulous. Price 25 cents. For sale by A FAHNESTOCK 4 C** STILL MORE PROOFS. Upper St Clair Township, Feb. 25, 1843, MB A FAHXF-STOCK .—I certify that I have made use of your Vermifuge in my family for sev. eral years, and in every case it had the desired effect After giving your Vermifuge to my children, oneof them discharged at one time 20, another 50, and a third 80 worms, and were immediately relieved from the dangerous and unpleasant symptoms under which they labored.^ SAMUEL TURBBrTf. i..,. Ptontss*0* FAHNESTOCK'S CARMINATIVE LO ZENGES. AT 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 Lozenges, which will allay 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 rhoee, chronic dysentery, or habitual looseness. They arc very pleasant to the taste, and are sold at the I JW price of 25 cents a box. FAHNESTOCK'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, A gentle but efficient cathartic, expressly adapted for a family physic and are not surpassed by any other pill in use, tor all cases in which a cathartic is indicated. They will operate thoroughly Without griping, Price 25 cents, for a box containing 30 pills, PNEUMONIC, OR COUGH BALSAM, A valuable remedy for Coughs and Colds, Price 25 cents, COUGH LOZENGES, 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 25 cents, LIQUID OPODELDOC, This penetrating article possesses double 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 cents, Prepared by A FAHNESTOCK *CV Corner 6th and Woodjsts, Pittsburgh lb, From the long and eminent standing of the Messrs, Fahnestock'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 U«KIYAI.I.ED hi caring tile wiuptmnto for which they are designed^:...^ To be had genuine OSLT of DOUGHERTtY ... Druggist of this city, 8AML, TOWN8END, $ Merchant, Wappelo, N The public are cautioned against purcha sing other medicines, SIMILAR only in ITAME 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 FAKSESTOCK'S! A word to the wise 4c, Bloomington No*, 10, 1843,- l-lvj LATE ARRIVAL OF FALL WINTER CtOOBS. JOHN R. BENNETT, HA8 JUST RECEIVED, and opened at his old stand, in the brick building, on Chestnut SffMt, between Main and Second, a larg? and gen eftf assortment of FALL & WINTER GOODS, GROCERIES, &c. &c. which he offers for sale oil terms advantageous to the farmer. His stock com prises, in part, the following artilces: WOOLEN GOODS: Blue, Black,Green,and Steel Mixed Broadcloths, Blue and Black Beaver, for Overcoats Cadet Sat tinetts, Blue, Black and Mixed Ky. Jeans, all kinds Keokuck and Quoqucnaker, Plaid Lindseys, 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 Lujtres Hard times, English Merino Hkfs Winter Shawls pad ding, Sail Duck Black, Green and White Macki naw Blankets, Pointed Horse Blankets, etc. MISCELLANEOUS. 3000 yds. 4-4 and 3-4 Domestics 5 piece#S8P Cambrics 2 pieces Brown Holland, 3 pieces Irish Linen, 1 piece blk Italian Crape blk Satin, Velvet and fig'd Silk Vesting Silk Serge, Towel.diaper and Crash Jacconet Cambric, Book and Mull Muslin fig'd Bobbinett, Pongee Silk, Flag and col'd cotton Hdkf\ 8ilk 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 doz. 8atin 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 sewing Silk, blk and white patent thread, silk twist, 1 gross paste-boards, Wousted, 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. Ready-Hade Clothing. 6 blk Box Coats, 6 do. lined and 6 long skirted do. 1 doz. Valencia, 6 Ky. Jeaj.s, 6 single and 6 double-breasted Sattinett Vests 6 pair Hardtimes, 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 -2 do. Boys do 2 doz Children's 5 1-2 doz womens buck slips, 1 doz spring-heel'd slips, 1 doz'spring-heel'd welts 3 doz child's shoes, 1 doz boys Buuans,5 1-2 doz women's Lace Boots. Hals & Caps. Mens' and Boys' Fur and Seal Skin Caps, all qualities assorted Fur Hats. Hardware. 18 doz knives and forks, assorted 6 doz assorted Penknives, 1 doz Shoe knives, 6 door Lock?, 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, bonnett 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, 1 doz molasses gates, 1 woods saw blades, 2 doz weavers' reeds, 1 1-2 doz shovels and spades, 1 doz coflee 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. "iCftjkertles tea and table spoons, hatchets, screws as sorted, from 1-2 to 3 inches, Jewsharps, etc. Queensware. 18 doz cut and pressed glass tumblers, 38'dosm 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 retts toy tea ware, 1 1-2 doz bake pans, 11-2 doz tea potsj 3 doz painted jugs. ^Tinware. 10 doz pint and 11 doz 1-2 pint tin cups, 1 doz large boilers, 6'doz do ass'd: 4 doz assorted buckets, 1 doz measures and funnels, 1 doz skimmers, 1 doz candle-moulds, 2 doz ladles, 2 doz dish kettles, 5 doz assorted pans, 1 doz wash pans, patty-pans, plates, cake cutters, Japann'd tea-boards, etc. Drugs & medicines Borax, brimstone, flour of sulphur, epsom salts, castor oil, lamp black, red lead, spts. turpentine, in 4%o, 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, spice, etc. Orceries. 16 bblsN 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 Hides, 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 A SSORTED PRINTS.—100 pieces Assorted m. Prints, just reed, and for sale, by Nov 3 BENNETT w by HISKEY—Old Monengahela and 16 bbls. Cincinnati Rectified. jUst ree'd and for sale, Nov 3 BENNETT COGNAC and Champaign Brandy, and Old Rutn, just ree'd and for sale, by Nov BENNETT ^^AILS—16 Kegs assorted Nails, from 4 to 20d just ree'd and for sale, by Nov S Pder, SALT—21BlownGround BENNETT OWDER—2 Kegs Rifle, 2 do Blasting Pow and 8 bags assorted Shot, just ree'd and for sale, by Nov 3 BENNETT Sacks Alum, and 25 Sacks Liverpool Salt, just ree'd and for sale by N«v 3 BENNETT mfOLASSES—3 bbls. superior Sugar House, ITM just ree'd and tor sale, by Nov 3 BENNETT LEATHER—2,300 Wfor INES—Madeira and Muscat, just ree'd and sale, by Nov 3 BENNETT TONE WARE—A large lot assorted, jost ree'd and for sale, by Nov 3 BENNETT XES.—2 doz. Douglass' Axes, just ree'd and for sale, by Nov 3 BENNETT HYDRAULIC CEMENT— 10 B^,. /''tX aaiiifiShBWaiMiiiH N DISSOLUTION. raiHE part net ship heretofore existing under the JL firm of Wilson & Israel, was this ved by mutual consent. The but cern may Bloomington, Nov. 21,1843—3-3w. 1 STINEHOUSER STEWART^ JPrnsklmuMe Tailors, Tthis AKE this metinid of informing the citizens of place and surrounding country, that they have commenced the above btecness^ in all its vari ous branches, and flatter themselves tii2tby strict at tention to business to merit a liberal share cf public |)atronage. Their shop is on the corner of SffOOii and Chestnut streets, two doors west of the Post Office. Cutting done at the shortest notice. N. B. All kinds of merchantalle produce will be taken in exchang for work. -a.. I •Bloomington, Nov. 34,1843—3-tf. GREAT BARGAINST WILL dispose of my entire stock of CLOCKS lower than they have or can be sold in the Ter ritory, if immediate application is made— To-wit: beautifully finished eight day Brass Clocks, with neat van eared frames and Looking Glass, $28 00 Thirty hour with wire bell, very neat brass, 18 00 Twenty-four hour, small size, 15 00 Superior wood, steel bushed clocks, 10 00 For which I will receive in exchange at maiket prices, Wheat, Flax-seed, Corn, Poik, or Bee£ €J Groceries of all kinds Hard and Queens warn. The highest price paid for ^Wheat, Flax BeeJ, Beeswax, Dry and Green Hides, Pork, &c. &c. Bloomington, Nov. 3, 18-13.—52-tf. O J. Bennett & Co. RETURN r. day dissol 'ness be settled of the con bv either of us. HIRAM V ILSON, *•-j TH0MA8 T. ISRAEI^ A. L. BEATTY. Bloomington, Nov. 24, 1843—3-8w-cd. SWAN'S HOTEL. THE sdbscriber begs leave to inform his old friends and customers, and the public in gene ral, that 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 tfib market will afford, and his terms such as will be satisfactory to any gentleman who may favor him with a call. Id connection with the establishment, he has a large, commodious and warm stable, which will be furnished with horses, carriages, sleighs, &c. &c. This Hotel is situated convenient 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,, respectful! solicits a share of public patronage in his line of business. CHAUNCEY SW AH. Iowa City, Nov. 24, 1843—3-tf. CINCINNATI RECTIFIED WHISKEY far sale very low by je 16 F. O. BECKETT & CO. LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS. A. Ogilvie & Co. HVE just received, and are now opening an extensive and well selected assortment of DRY GOODS, Comprising almost every article editable 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, Sat tinetts, Jeans, Beaver and Pilot Cloths, Heavy V r mont Cloths—all wool White, Red, and Yellow Flannels, Brown and Bleached Sheetings and Shirt ings. Drills, Merinos, Alpacas, very fine for dresst's a large lot of Calicoes, Silks and Cotton Handker chiefs, &c. &c, —ALSO— 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 assortment of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOOD8, Whieh they offer for sale at very reduced prices, and flatter themselves that by their strict attention to business, they wiil merit and receive a continuance of the same liberal patronage. Bloomington, Oat. 6,1843—48-ly»* IRON. 1 4^ TONS assorted IRON, just received, and M. V for sale by J. BENNETT & CO. Oct. 27. 51 25 25 SACKS RIO COFFEE, Just ree'd and for sale by J. BENNETT & CO. BBLS. sale by N. O. SUGAR, just ree'd and for J. BENNETT & CO. ri UN POWDER, IMPERIAL, and Y. H. LW TEAS, just received and for sale by Oct. 27. J. BENNETT & C6. £kUEENS & HARDWARE, a splendid as sorlment. just received and for sale by Oct 27 J. BENNETT & CO. WHITE BEANS & FLAX SEED. NE THOUSAND BUSHEL8 WHITE Beans and Flax Seed, wanted by Oct 27. J. BENNETT & CO. 1000 Oct 6. YARDS 4-4 Domestic, just received and for sale, by J. BENNETT & Co, ROWN, BLACK and GREEN 4-4 Merinos, just received and for sale, by Oct 6 BENNETT &*Co KENTUCKYby and YANKEE Jeans, just ree'd and for sale, BENNETT & Co Oct 6 ROABCJ.Ol HS and SATTINET 1*8,a fin lot, just^ucd. and for Fale, by Oct 6 PCaps Pfor L/ lbs. Sole Leather, 6 doz. sides Upper Leather, just ree'd and for sale, by Nov 3 BENNETT BENNETT & Co ERCUSSION CAPS.-—50,000 -Percussion just reed, and for sale, by Oct 6 BENNETT & Co OWDER,iSHOT and LEAD, just reed, and sale, by [Oct 6] BENNETT & Co IOTTON BATTING and CANDLE WICK just reed, and for sale, by Oct 6 BENNETT & Co BOOTS and SHGE8, just reed, and for cale. Oct 6 BENNETT AILL 3, 4,6, 8, and 10per ,iy NAILS, just reed, and for sale, by 0616 500 UGT and for sale, by No* 3 BENNETT PPLES, Sweet Potatoes and Cigars, on hand and for sale, by 7^0v 3 BENNETT Oct 6 BEEF BENNETT & Co PAIR thick BROGANS, just reed, and for sale, by BENNETT & Co CAT I LE^—1000 Beef Cattle, wanted immediately, tar Oct 6 BENNETT & Co JOBJT IK* p. LTKAX rCLTOK. Hew Store, froin St Mi. FULTON IJESKJ*, WOULD Our motto is large sales and small profits. Bloomington August 27th 1842. SMRVIU'S BKICK 1IOTEI., Corner Second and Walnut Streets—ho If-way bchvf'n the River and Court House. THE SUBSCRIBER, thankful for past patron age, nssures his friends and the travelling pub lic, that his exertions in their lehalf have suffered no diminution, and will at all times be exerted to minister to their comfort and convenience. His house will be re-opened for the reception of BOARDERS on the 1st of Octobcr next, when good accommodations can le had for the following tow prices: Board per week, including Lodging,. |8,&0 do do without do 2,00 Single meal, 25 Attached to the Hotel is a good STABDE, where he keeps Horses at the rate of 25 cents per day and night. JOSIAH PARVIN. Bloommgton, Iowa, Sept. 29,1843. 47-Cm Cabinet & Chair Making, In all its \*trriou$ Brav.chcsx and no Pu/ttng-. JOHN J. FITTON, GREATFL'L The Congressional Globe is made up of the daily proceedings of the two houses of Congress. Tho speeches of the members are condensed to bring tiiein into a readable length. All the resolutions of fered, or motions made, r.re given in the movers' own words and the yeas and nays on all the important questions. It is printed with rmali type—brevier and nonpareil on a doul !e royal sheet in quarto form each number containing 16 royal quarto pa ges. It is printed as fast as the business done in Congress furnishes matter enough for one number. The fit st four weeks of a session usually furnishes matter enough for one number a week and the bal ance of the session enough for two or three numbers a week. The approaceing session of Congress will be a long one, and will furnish mattter enough, we suppose for fifty or sixty numbers. The Appendix is made up of the President's an nual message, the reports of the principal officers of the Government that accompany it, and all the long speeches of memljers of Congress, written out or re vised by themselves. It is printed in the same form as the Congressional Globe, and usually makes a bout the same number of pages. There are not si many numbers published the first weeks of a sess ion, as there are numbers of the Congressional Globe because the members arc slow in writing out their speeches but towards the close of a session, tho numbers are published more frequently than the Congressional Globe. Each of these works is complete in itse|5 but it is necessary for every subscriber who y Ja* 1 uf* M-'' rnmmmm respectfully inJbrtn the dtisaM of Musaatine and adjoining counties, that they have opened an entire new stock of goods ML Bloom-, ington, t. T. in the use formerly occupied by th VV. Humphreys & Co. rorncr of Second xmi Cbee nut streets, where they will keep constantly on haoA large an general assortment «f Dry Goods, Gro ceries, Hardwire, Queensware, Boots, SLoea &e„ all of which we are determined to sell for Cash or Produce cheflpcr than goods have eve. been told here betore, and as ra they cut bo bouffct wart ot the mountaina, 6l Louis uOt excepted. PmOM from a distance that want a great Btany goods for a little mraev will do well to five as a caU, wo shall also be prvptf'ed to wholesale goods on as food terirs as any house Territory Out goods have all been purchased in Kt- .' ouis and Eastern Chics (u Cash, at the very lowest prices and will bo sold for a Fmall advance above cost. lu addition to tbe facili ties we have made arrangements with an experienc ed hand in St. Louis, to purchase goods for us et auction, which will enable us to keep at all timrs a good assortment at the very lawrat pricra, and no mistake. Give us a call before you purchase else where. Great lmrga*na to be had at all times for the ready pay. Rememler the new store where wo thall not consider it any trouble to show goads. for the past favours he has re- ceivcd Irom the public in general, and his friends in particular, would announce to them ihat 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 helms already received, is the best testimonial of the manner in which tho public appreciate his merits. WINDSOR CHAIR MAKING, into which ho is now going to enter largely, will afford an oppor tunity to the public of being supplied on the most reasonable teima. 49 Bloomington Oct. 16. PROSPECTUS OF THE Globe and Appendix. THESE works have such a wide circulation, ar. have been so universally approved and sought alter by the public, that we deem it necessary only in this prospectus, to say that they will be continued at tho next session of Congress and to state, succinctly, thdr contents, the form in which they will be print ed, and the prices for them. l.s',rea a knowledge of the proceedings of CoflgregS) (0 j)avo both because then, if there be any ambiguity in tho synopsis of the speech, or ai\y denial ot its correct ness, as published in the Congressional Globe, the reader may turn to the Appendix to see the speech at length, corrected by the member him?, W. Now, there is no source but tLc Congressional Globe and Appendix, from w'.mh a person can ob tain a full history of the proceedings of Congress.— GALES & TERMS. For the Congressional Globe $1 per copy, -s, For the Appendix, $1 per copy. Six copies of either of the above v\orks will be sent for $5 twelve copies for $1Q and «o on in proportion for a greater number, Payments may be transmitted hy mail postage paid at our risk. liy a rule of the Post Office De partmedt postmasters are permitted to frank letters written oy themselves, containing money for sub scriptions. The notes of any bank, current where a subscri ber resides, will be received by us at pais, To insure all thfe numbers, the subaeriptiosa should be in Washington by the 10th of December next, at farthest No attention will be paid to any order unless the Borey accompaniea it, BLAIR & RIVES. WASHIXGTEIR CITT, Oct 20,1843. NOTICE. HE aubecHber* wish to employ froth six good men, for three or four months and one man for one months, for which liberal wagea will be given. Apply to FHELPS dt 8PRING, Dec 1,1843—4-$*r. or at this OAce. fuj| SEATO,*'SRegister of Debates, which con tained a hisbvry, was suspended in the year 1837, and has '*.ot since been resumed. It cost aloutfive times as much for a session as the Congressional G.obe and Apper.uix, and did not contain an equal amount of r.,atter, a great portion of the current pro ceeding being admitted. tJomplete indexes to both the Cogressional Glolie and the Appendix are printed at the close of each session, and sent to all sunscriberj for them.