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•^TWR ELECTION.
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E«iNK9 S4t""^OHN
,nii.
keep,
i, we
for-
I _„r* as little space as possible,in k
l/rTo^g candidates before thepepple
fr*0*? those who have been brought
«»'ll-V, the Democratic eide?aa at pre
^.ffheir friends.
mkealcs to the Convention.
present
SWINGS, RENJ. NYE.
iC.HASJSVRS, JOHN SHERFEY,
I T. J. WRIGHT,
AN HAGEN
Council.
FLETCHER, JNO. B. RUSSELL,
ii
Ar,
s™^,
J. T!EERC
'RPAUVIN, H. MUSGRAVE,
»fs«DER. JOHN MARBLE
STEPHEN NYE.
cfo&C"fRVANHAnsN.
^NA&. CHAS NEALLEY.
Ticrorder,
TrOTSt/rfr'
EFHNGWELL.
U .«,£}« are requested &II&£HIC*
?«ni\ni
,ist candidaleS
BP°^en
°f
Ith' I.Jeiive offices all subject to theda
l*or. n!§ Whie County Convention.
r,r Dflf^ates to the Convention.
N VLELEF U. P. LOWE.
cVns J[. S. RICH MAN,
ftiyrs E. OVERMAN,
AMOS LILLI BRIDGE.
LVMAN* SALTMARSH.
Council.
I0DELL, W.G.WOODWARD.
House of Representatives*
rC.HlNB. ERR THORNTON.
L'
SKer,/.
Lvf HUMPHREYS, T. S. BATTELLE,
HIRAM MATTHEWS.
Coun!j Commissioner.
H. VAN PELT, V* TRAC3T.
Recorder*
I LOCKWOOD, J. LILLY, If.
Z.WASHBURN.
Treasurer.
JOHN M. KALN.
FARMERS' STOUE.
Head Quarters for Bargains.
Fsnntrs and others in want of
GOOD AND CHEAP GOODS
will (Jo well to give us a call before purchasing else
Mt'eoargooJj have been pnrchaseij principally in
SEW YORK & BOSTON
|previous to the late advances, by an experienced
merchant. We feel warranted in assuring pur
Itiisfrsthat we can give them much better bargains
[tan others, who have not equal facilities for pur
Idaiaj in tho eastern market.
Reme nbcr the place, next dAfto Capt. Jims
|Hotel. May 31, GRETMfc ENDERS
MOKE
J. R. BEMfETT
HAS
just ree'd a ne^Rfpplv of CIIFAPAND
FASHIONABLE -BUV GOODS, lately
/fl/fiswJ in Baltimore, and at prices remaikabiy
among which are the following
^r^pfcrfiplNV'LE GREEN CLOTH,
h'iuJ Cjsaimer, bummer do. Satlinet, various
wrs, Check, Muslins—bleached anil brown. Pain
do. Pink do. W liite Cambric, Oil Calico. Irish
Bonnet lining various colors, Skirt lining
CJ.IIS, Ladies DRESS silly nil colors, Brown L.in
i.iand Drilling, Flag silk L'llfcU. Pongir do bin k
ik 'JravaU—a superior aiticN^ JSnspendprH. Seti
.j, Green Braize, Bobbinrils—iiu'd and }l*i't.
Ul-jnd ti 'd, Grecianttt, MiliineWrtarsailb-s. wor*
••:il Vesting, fig'd silk »at bindinyinsorliou, ww?
il'J'k's, JSaliii Ribbon—all colors, Linen Lace,
white and col'd linen Thread, Mous. de laine. fig'd
rullurd, sewing silk, oil olors, a lot of Needlis,
cotton balling, corset laces, edgings, superior siik
Velvet, cotton Gloves, red Padding, Canvass, cot
ton H'ii'k's, corded skirts, fig'd tilk vest patterns,
fo. &c,
A very superior lot of CHEAP CALICOES.
May 31,1844.
HATS.
[low
doz superior Russia Brush Hats, 2 doz. do.,
crowned for sale low by
May 31, J.R.BENNETT.
LOOKING-GLASS PLATES.
8
by 12 itf 12 by 16 inches. All of which will
be sold exceedingly low for cash or country
produce by May 31 J. R.BENNETT.
SALT.
150
500
barrels salt just ree'd and for tale by
May 31. J. R. BENNETT.
May 31.
BBLS. SALT just ree'd and for sale
by J. W. RICHMAN.
30-2 mo.
PROPOSAl*
1
offer my firm for sale, lying four miles below
low* City, known as the old trading house
fom, 800 acres deeded, and 320 of a claim, 400
wesunder giod fence, 160 under good cultivation
*!ich produces from 50 to 60 bushels to the acre,
tiefura is well provided with springs, and a good
quantity of timber adjoining the prairie. Also, a
taring orchard of 150 apple trees. The whole I
Mil for $5000 in cash, or I will take on loan
"toethousand dollars, for three or five years, and
percent interest, yearly, and give the land
*curity. Apply to the subscriber living in Iowa
'-'vyVJVJ for
tn
M»y
6
JACOB H. STOVER.
27th, 1844. 30-8w
1VOOL. i,
nf)AA
pounds sheared fleece wool wanted,
the
subscribers will pay
twenty-ffvc cenUper pound in cash and gootls
May 24, GREEN & ENDERS.
TAKEN UP
O V Benjamin Frazier, of Centre Township, Ce-,
dsr county Iowa, on the 3d day of May, A
216J4 two cstray horses, one a dark bay mare,
Wick mane and tail, wilh blacklegs, branded on the
'fit hip with the letter S supposed to be six or sev-
years old, about thirteen hands high—with a
mare mule colt appraised at forty dollars,
other a dark bay filley with black mane tail and
supposed to be two years old, with a brand of
!e letter S, on the right hip apprased twenty dol-
lr$,before
Jos, K, Snyder, Esq, on tho 7th day of
A 1844, ROBT LONG, Cl'k
s
B'd C'o Corn's Cedar Co,
Horn's office, Tipton May 23d l°4tt
t'
JUST RECEIVED.
*j
°oz pairs of ladie's kid slippers—superior to any
«vcr fore offered in this market. Ladies will
P*?* call and examine.
May lo BENNETT.
EMP-10 tons Hemp wanted, for which Cash
will he paid by [April 12] JR BENNETT
lllA bbls. Kanawha Salt ree'd per S Os
,V" prey on consignment and for sale low
M,y
by EDWARDS 4 TAYLOR.
"si.
1
E- B. KIHSOIV,
Forwarding and Ctmmitsion Merchant,and
Dealer in Groceries and Produce*
STHEET
.4 Lii
BLOOMIKCTMI.
.»»
E. B. KINSON.
WATER STREET, BLOOMINGTGN.
AT THE STA5D LATELY OCCUPIED BT F. O. BECK*
BTT, & CO.
RESPECTFULLYvicinity
informs the eiticens of
Bloomington arid that he has lately
received from St. Louis a general assortment of
FAMILY GROCERIES, which he feels confident
that he csn sell as low as can be bought at any other
place. My stock consists in part as follows, viz:
LOAF & N. O.ST7GAR N. O. MOLASSES
JAVA & RIO COFFEE GPIP&Y-ITEAS
G. A. & KAN. SALT O. R. WHISKEY
BRANDY, SPICES, SALERATUS, SALSODA,
Together with various other articles too numer
ous to mention, all of which will be ao!4,f&eap for
CASH or any kind of PRODUCE.
May 17,1844. 28y
TAR.
1 tar received on consignment and for
JL m: sale at St. Louis prices by
May 17. E. B. KINSON.
50
SALT. O'i
bbls. Kanawha sail for sale by. [Tf jf
May 17. E.B. KINSON
THICK BOOTS.
superior article for sale by
May 17. E. B. KINSON
CHEAP CASH STORE!
rWlJIE subsoribcr has just opened a handsome
JL
stock of goods in Hine's new brick store, on
Second street, consisting in part of
1R1 GOODS,
GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, &C.
\V hich he offers for sale at very low prices.—
Tae public are respectfully invited to call—and the
Ladies paiticularly, are requested to examine his
stock of prints and slippers.
May 10 1844 27tf
50
15
50
boxes 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 glass ju ree'd
and for sale by
May 10 J. BENNETT & GO.
kefp white k»od ju«t reo'd and forsalrt by
May 10 J. BENNETT & CO.
bags Rio coffee just ree'd and for sale by
May 10 J. BENNETT & CO.
a bbls N O sugar just ree'd and for sale by
.lay 10 J. BENNETT & CO.
E
IGHT thousand yards 4-4 domestic just ree'd
and for sale by J. BENNE FT & CO.
aUEENS
and hardware just ree'd and for sale
by J. BENNETT & CO.
May 10
tons of Iron just ree'd and for sale by
May 10 J. BENNETT & Co,
kegs4d 6d 8d lOd 20d nails just ree'd and
for sale by BENNETT & Co
1000
assortetl n0 cotton
^arn just
and for sale by
May 10
PAINTS AND OILS.
50 kegs White Lead, 1 cask Venetian Red, 1 cask
Lamp Black, 2 bbls Span Whiting, Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Paris Green. 1 bbl Spiiits Tur
pentine, 3 bbls Linseed Oil, 2 bbls Lard Oil, 1 bbl
Sperm Oil, 1 bbl Copal Varnish, 1 bbl Fish Oil, 1
bbl Alcohol, 1 bbl Cilue.
DYE-STUFFS.
Ibbl Alumn, 1 do Copperas. 1 do Logwood, d6
Fustic, 1 do Nicaragua, 1 do Camwood, Ext Log
wood, Madder, Indigo, Blue Vitrol.
BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
Eclectic Series, Spleens Grammars, Arethmetics.
Geographys, Methodist Hymns Slates, Pencils,
Writing Paper, Letter Paper Blue, Black and Red
Inks.
TOBACCO, &C.
1 Box Hare's best Tobacco, 1-2 do Langhorncs
and Armsteeds, 1-2 do Keems, 2 lbs Scotch Snuff,
2 di Maccoboy, 10 do Rappee, 5,000 Cigars in
great variety.
rcc'1'
BENNETT & Co
E S
Drugs and Medicines.
JOHN B. DOUGHERTY,
HAS
just received and is now opening at his
Store on Second street, one door from Fulton
& Lemps' corner, the largest and best assorted stock
of Medicines ever brought to this place, all of which
have been purchased with Cash, at reduced prices,
and the proprietor is enabled to sell thein at low
rates and would recommend to all persons wanting
articles to call and examine his stock, before purcha
sing
elsewhere, he feels sure of being able to give
satisfaction. The following may be found, together
with every other artcile in his line.
40 oz Quinine, 10 lbs Eng Calomel, 20 lbs Gum
Camphor, 5 lbs Blue Pill Mass, 10 lbs Gum Opi
um, 20 lbs Rochclle Salts, 20 lbs Sup Carb Soda,
10 lbs Tartaric Acid, 10 lbs Gum Arabic, 20 lbs
Gum Aloes. 20 lbs Arrow Root. 1-2 bbl Flour Sul
phur, 1 bbl Caster Oil, 10 lbs Ground Ky Mustard,
10 lb« best Peruvian Bark.
SPICES.
Pepper, Ginger, Nutmegs, Mace, Cinnamon and
Cloves.
Superior Port Wine and French Brandy in bat
tles, lor medicinal use only.
The above list of goods may be relied on as to
quality, as every article was inspected by myself, l»e
fore buying, and 1 would call the attention of Physi
cians while loy stock is perfect. J. B. Dov»ft»*f*-
Bloomington, April 19,1848—24-ly.
CJ
A EXCHANGE COMPANX.
(£j*The directors of the Muscatine Farmer's
and Mechanic's Exchange Company are request
ed to meet at the Court House in 'Bloomington on
Saturday June 8th at ten o'clock A. M. for the
transaction of business,—and the members of the
company are requested to m&t at the same place
and day at 11 o'clock A. M. for the election of oftw
cers. J. E. FLETCHER. I
May 17th 1844.
MISSOURI
N
JOHN N. RAIFORD.
May 17. 1814. 28tf
Family roccrics.
Loaf Sugar Sugar House Molasses,
Brown do
Coffee Rio,
do St. Domingo,
Cod Fish*
Shad•
Starcli
For sale by
May 17, 1844.
N. O. do
Superior Rice,
Sperm Candles,
Tallow 4#
Snleratu®
Soap &c.
Jt)HN N. RAtFORD.
28tf.
J. Bennett & Co
CORNER OF FRONT AND CHESTNUT ST.
OPPOSITE IOWA HOUSE.
ARE
now receiving nn extensive stock of SEA
SONABLE GOODS. Consisting of foreign
and domettie
DRY GOODfe,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS BONNETS fc.
Which will be sold at the lowest cash price. A
mong which are the following:
Bleached and brown sheetings an shirtings, Os
nahurgs, drilliugs and lickings, summer stufl, check
and cambricks, Iri.-^h linens, nankeens and ginghams
silks satins and rii.bons. leghorn shell and fancy
bonnetts. artificial llowers and trimings &c tS'C.
Tobacco—9 boxes Missouri manu­
facture received per S Iowa this day on
consignment and for sale low by
May 10 EDWARDS TAYLOR
[RAIN and grass scythrs just ree'd and foe
wleby BENNETT & Co
WINDOW GLASS, JTC.
8 by 10 "?*!,%"'i'"-Jb.,,?^10 by 1$/
12 by 16 V
O SUGAR do MOLASSES for sale at whole
sale artylm tvholosale prices by^
V
v
E
KANAHWA
I^IRENCH
I
EDWARDS TAYLOR
lO coffee havanoa do for sale in quantity'
wholesale prices by
EDWARDS TAYLOR
wilt, en Monday 17th June next, at 10 o'clock
A. M.or soon thereafter, at the door of the court
house in Bloomington, commence seliing ail lands
and town lots in Muscatine county, on which the
Territorial, County, and Road Tax for the years
1843, 184*2 and 1841 remain unpaid. Sale to con
tinue from day to day till all are sold.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
Quinine opium calomel castor oil spirits turpen.
tine cream tarter powd. rheubarb camphirc borax
epsom and globlar salts opodildoek paregoric laud
num batemans drops oil spike british oil osgoods fe
ver and ague pills (r.o cure no pay) nelsons pills
peters pills godfrays cordia! soda and sudlelzpow-'
tiers No 6 or hot drops carb. magnisia olive oil com«
pound symp of liverwort balsn.n of annisfield grays
ointment svrup of sasapatilla butlers eruptive oint
ment van Drens cough lozenges balsom of life fah
nestocks vermifuge corrosive sublimcnt flour of sul
pher brimstone licorice nuxvormica spirits of harts
horn gum aloes essence peppermint tansey cinna
mon burgamot oil soap tooth powder copal varuish
composition powders candy mottoes &c. See,
SUNDRIES.
Indigo madder copperas alum saltpeter spanis-h
brown rotton stone pumice stone paint brushes
dress and hair combs silver and ivory pocket combs
razors pen and pocket knives fishhooks and lines
pins needles tooth brushes whitewash and shoe
brushes writing paper bridles percussion caps ink
lead pencils wafers thimbles tooth powder macassar
oil rose hair oil cologne turkish perfume chalk and
ters tumblers and stone ware.
TftE
.5*
HT
A
-St
1 2
by
1 8
Putty alwavg oq hand-and tWMfcle by
DOUGHERTY
£**1 ARfiEDT SEEDS an assortment for sale by
«T tj)WARDS 4 TAYLOR
ILAXSEED S( BEESWAX wanted for which
the highest market pfice will tie paid in cash
goods by EDWARDS «$• TAYLOR
HEAT OATS CORN wanted for which
the highest mstfket rates will be paid in
jcasb or goods by pDWARDS TAYLOR
SjF^^QPl#q,^(9^s hemp wanted immediately at
MJL tnenighcst market rate for cash by
EDWARDS 4 TAYLOR
at
salt ground alum do for sale-by
EDWARDS A TAYLOR
brandy and Port wine for medical
purposes also one cask St Croix rum Holland
gin Maderia wine peach brandy and American
brandy for sale at cost to close off the lot-v-enquire
of v EDWARDS TAYLOR
TAX SALE.
Wm. PARVIN, Collector M. CI
May 10, 1844.
MAP CI' IOWA.
JESSE WILLIAMS' new snd elegnnt map of
Iowa, accompanied with full and accurate descrip
tions of the surveyed lands in the Territory, for sale
by J. BENNETT Co.
Mew Drug and Grocery Store.
Jformerly
S. BARKER is now receiving at the store
occupied by C. Evans under the
Heralu office, Chesnut st. Bloomington, a genernl
assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES AND FAM
ILY GROCERIES, which he is de.ermined to sell
cheap for cash or the most kinds of PRODUCE.—
His siock consists in part of the following articles
GROCERIES.
Sugar Coffee Imperial 6c Gun-powder Tea Mo
lasses Ric^ Flour French Brandy old rectified Whis
key Vinegar Tar coarse and fine Salt Dried Fruit
fancy and shaving Soap Candles honey due and
common Tobacco fine cut and smoking do Scotch
and Maccoboy Snuff cyene and blsck Pepper Al
spice Cinnamon Cloves Nutmegs Raisins race and
ground Ginger Saleratus Starch Loaf Sugar Powder
Shot and Lead iScotdi herring bed cords painted
buckets cotton yarn brooms spanish and common
segars.
orris for the complexion fine combs scissors hats cap? W.CK, ^^^^""^j^Vood siw blades, gun flint^
boots 4nd shoes wool rolls tin ware crockery decan- PA
J. Si BARKER.
Bloomington, May 3d, 1844. 26.
DISSOLUTION.
partnership heretofore existing between
the subscribers is this day dissolved by limita
tion. Either of the subscribers may be found at the
old stand, who are authorized to settle all claims
against and due the firm. Those holding claims
against, and those indebted, are requested to call
aud settle forthwith. F.O.BECKETT.
E. B. KINSON.
Bloomington, May 3d 1844. 4 w.
Administrator's Notice.
"I^TOTH/R is hereby given, that the undersigned
has been duly appointed by letters dated 6th
day of February, 1844, administratoj of the estate
of S Grubbs, late of Muscatine county, deceased.
All persons having claims against said estate will
present them for allowance within one year f.^m
that date, and all persons indebted to said estate will
make immediate payment to
CHESTER WEED, Adm'r.
April 26—25-4w.
JAMES MACKINTOSH,
Book
Binder, Iowa CUy•—Old Books and
Periodicals bound in the neatest style and 011
the shortest notice, and as soon as his apparatus
shall arrive, Blank Books and all work in his line
will be executed with despatch. T. S. Parvin of"
Bloomington is our authorized Agent for that place
and vicinity. April 26—25-3m.
LAXSEED and BEESWAX wanted, for
which the highest market price will be paid by
April 19—24-tf. J. B. DOUOHEUTY.
iALF SKINS—6 ku» Eastern Calf Skins, just
ree'd and for sale, b* J. B. DOUGHEBTT.
April 19—24-tf.
QUEENS AND GLASS WARE.
REC'D
per S Ohio, direct from New York,
a large and general assortment of Crockery
For sal by April 5 Gnrrs & EHDEBS
JOHN A BENNETT,
Forwarding and CamutUston Jbrckant
... Dealer in Produce,
ST., BLOOXINGTO:*, IOWA*
References:
"K. OoiiviF. 4- Co.? n,
J. Bmistt, 5 Blomnmgk^Io*,.
WOODS, CHRISTIE «$• Co. lSuLo^Mot
ALBBICH, PABKMAS Jf Co. 5
BKAX. H. RICHABRSON$ Co.? ..
V DOBSEV NKLSDX, 5 Bait MA
BranECK, Wfooi)3 Co., New Orlean^Lg.,
April 26.
Remo¥al-^etr Good#,
JOHN
R. BENNETT has-temoved to the buiid^
ing above the Store of A. Ogilvie 4* Co. on Wa-»
tor street, where he has received, in addition to his
former stock, a large and extensive assortment of
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, among which,
may be found the following:
Dry Goods.
2,500 yds. 5-4 4-4 and 3-4 Domestic, Nankeens,
Stormants, Mix'd Mixtures, Plaid Drills, Blue
Drills, Summer Tweeds, Gambroons, Velveteens,
Camleteens, New Ky. Jeans, Fancy Cassimeres,
Assorted Bleached Cottons, Brown Holland, Can
vass, Padding, Cotton Yarns, &c. V*
FANCY PRI T&
100 Pieces Chintz, black and white Ginghams,
Prints—new style, Scotch Gingham, Lace Lawns
new style, Painted Muslin, do. Cassimere, Ham.
Vesting, Ladies fancy Cravats, Mous de Lainee,
Shawls, Hdkf's, Fancy Cotton Cravats, Musquito
Bars, Ladies Mitts, India Rubber, &c., Cotton
Gloves, Bl'k Kkl, and Lace do., Palm Hats, white
and black Wadding: A General Assortment of
Spool Cotton, Patent Thread, efc., Sewing Silk of
all qualities. A general assortments of Buttons—
Pantaloons, Silver, Strap, Pearl, Shirt and Children#
fancy dress do., assorted Combs of all qualities, as
sorted Cotton Hose and Half Hose, bl'k Silk Cra
vats, Bibbons, Sec. German and Ounce Pins, Nee
dles, Knitting do. Burlaps, Brown Drillings,etc.etc.
Ready Wade Clothing.
Tweed Cassimere Pants, black Camblett, plain
Gambroon, Linen Drill, Scotch Plaid, Blue mixed
Keemblin, Cottonade, Plaid Lama Cloth, Cord
Drill, fifty Jeans Vests, Marsailles, Cassimere,
Chally's, Plaid, figuied Silk Valentia, Jeans, and
Sattinctt. Coats—Plaid, Linen, Driil, Sack, figu
red Chamblin, Yellow Linen, Cotton Plaid Dress,
figured Cbamblen, do. Plaid Lama Sack, Heavy
Sack, Cotton Plaid Dress, large size do. figured
Kemblin Dress, Scotch Plaid Sack, Dark Cotton
Dress Suspenders Stocks, &c.
Hats.
2 Doz. Russia Brush 1 dozen Fur, of a superio*
quality and very cheap.
Boots and Shoes.
Men's Seal, Kip and Calf 3 doz. Wos. Sea R.R.
KidrFe do. Misses Mo. Boots Wros. Sea St.
Shoes.
Groceries.
Sugar. Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Salt, Ginger, Salt
peter, Alum, Topper, Nutmegs, Alspice, Cloves,
Powder, Shot, Starch, Tobacco of all kinds liquors
of all kinks—among which may be found old Port,
old Madeira, Holland Gin, and Qr. cask Cognac
Brandy, Whiskey, Rum, &c. Soaps,-Peinte, Gib,
Dye Stuffs.
ITIadacinus. «fcc.
Painters Brushes, Olass, 16 1-2 Boxes 10 by 12,
16 do. 8 by 10 Rhubarb Powder, Maccoboy Snuff,
White Lead, Chrome Green, Chroine Yellow 4
doz. Ink, Liquorice Ball, Varnish Brushes, Mustard,
Rul'd Cap paper, Letter do. Percussion Caps, Co
logne water, Madder, Olive Oil, Linseed Oil, Spirits
Turpentine, empty Vials, Scrub Brushes, Sal Soda,
Quinine, solution db. Batemans Drops, Godfreys.
Coruial, Whiting, Red Precipitate, Gum Camphor,
Paint
Brushes, bash do., Wall d«., Hair do. Quills,
Seidletz I'owdCrt, Bristol Brick, "Copal Varnish,
common scruliding Brushes, Spirit'Gas, Sulphur,
Copperas Epsom Saltsi, Red Lead, Borax, Gum
Aloes, Cinnamon, Clriilk, Indigo, fancy washing
and shaving Soap, Glue, Candles—Sperm and Tal
low, Hartshorn, Magnesia, Sweet Oil, Mustard for
Plasters, do. for table use, Blacking and blacking
Brushes, Wafers, Corks,^etc.
Hardware,
Cooking Stoves, knives and forks, tea kettles, fry
ing pans, sauce pans, steels spades, common do.,
shovels, Carolina hoes, Collins axes, coffee mills,
grain scythes, grass scythes, snaths, scythe stones,
assorted planes, hay forks, assorted dusting brushes,
wool cards, sheep shears, metal faucctts, whip saws,
till locks, cupboard do., pad do., rim do., shoe knives,
hammers do., pincers do., butcher knives, scissors,,
thimbles, spectacles, penknives assorted, iron and
brittanni spoons, hand saw files, mill do., cork
screws, jews harps, hinges of all sorts, parlement
hinges,' shoe thread, assorted curry combs, saddlers
tacks assorted, mahogany knobs, gimblets, augurs,
hand saws, screws of all kinds, looking glasses,
butts, assorted nails, from 3 n to 20 s, hooks and
eyes, sprigs assorted, rought nails, cofiln screws,
strap hinges, sand paper, sad ironsj slates, candle
wick, cork inkstands, waiters, hammers, bolts, wood
Genpral
glass
Assortment of Tin Ware.
Queensware
Britania tea sets, China sets, from 3ft to 66 psi
60 sets common tea's 4single sets china tea's 6
sets improved china, granite coffee s and tea s do.
do. granite dinner and breakfast plates, dripping
dowls,
peppers, C, C. bowls, spring tea pots
do. sugars', do. creams', do. jugs, do B. S. jugs, prin
ted do. W. G. Twiflers muffins, C. C. plates, I wif/
lers soups, print do., nnffiins do. assorted, figured
blue china, fancy do., fluted tumblers, Boston do.,
glass salts, common chambers, edge dishes, painted
teas, half gallon spice jars, common yellow plates,
common white teas, W G. Pollygon coffees, edged
Twiflers, assorted bowls of all sizes, bake pans, wash^
bowls, pitchers, pink, blue and brown sets of coffee's^
dinner and breakfast seta plates, glass lanterns, do
castors, ctc. etc. Leather of all kinds.
Bloomington, April 26—25-tf.
April 19—24-tf.
-i?-
tr'iii r.}
V*1". i i
RESPECTFULLY inform the
taken the store rece
11
Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets,
Kentucky and Brown Jeans. '"-'Wl
3-4 $ 4-4 brown and bieach'd Sheetingi
Shirtings, and Tickings,
Prints, bummer Stuff, Linen, Velveteen*
Apron Check, Gingham, brown Linen,
WILLIAM EDWARDS.
Apples and
BENNETT
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS.
REC'D per S Ohio, a fine and large assort
ment of Boots, Shoes and Brogans,—also, a
fine assortment of Ladies Shoes suitable for the pf
and country trade. For sale low by
Apr|i 5 at A Mai tins old stand
a u-l jit
TFITI WANTED,
5,000 lbs Seneca Snake Root,
5,000 do Ginseng Root, for which the highest
market price will be given. J. B. DoueHEnTT.
MOUSLIN DE LANES AND PRINTED
LAWNS.
REC'D
per S Ohio, a beautiful assortment
of Mouslin Do Lanes and Printed Lawn», (o
gsther with a general asssoitment of
DRY GOODS,
Consisting of Light and Dark Calicoes, Psuitaloon
stuffs, Vesting*, Irish Linens, Cambric, Jaconet,
Null,. Swiss and Book Muslins, Netts, Insertings,
Edgings, Hosiery, Sewings, Jib00®- Suspenders,
Umbrellas ParasoJwr, °r
April 5
country
BTooinington Aprft 2*5,1844,
DUBUQUE19]
H'prices,for
1
W
GUEEX & EWDEHS
FA
^e,bc«h Ije'tter bargains
Markets.
REMEMBER
MORE NEW GOODS
s
1 JHrecl from .V«r York and Boston.
OREENand
NEW STORE
GREEN & ENDERS
iLY inform the inhabitants of Bloomington, and vicinity, thai they ha*
la iteu me Dime recently occupied bj' («. A. Martin, on Second Street, and offer for etle a Itfgi
and g«nei4rSEASONABLE GOODS, consisting, u iW
ing,vlz: "f
J2 2P
Beady-Ifiade Clothing:
200 Frock, Dress, Coatees and Sacktce Coats 200 Pair Satinet, Cottonade, Linen and Vel
150 Satin, Silk, Valencia and Fancy Cotton vet pantaloons Cotton and Flannel •hut*
Yeats Drawers, Stocks* Cw*te» fth»ve* Uat% 4t«.
I. hT Queens & Glassware:
03*AXATTOB AXD CENKUAL ASSOU TMr.5T. •CD
BOOTS & SIIOF.S.
Mena'coers and fine Boots and Shoes Pumps and Slippers Ladies lace Boots and Shoes, kid Slipper*,'
wiffitt and backsldas ladies' gaiter and half gaiter Boots children*' Boot* and Shoes, dcc Arc
Hardware Cutlery:
Kniveand Forks, pocket and pen Knives, Spoons, rasps, files, hand-saws, coffee mills Norfolk latche*.
locks, hammers and hatchets, spades and shovels, sickles, scythes and snaths, hay forks, Collins' axss, hi* s
traces, butts, screws, combs, pins, needles. *rc. v,.
Tea, Goffet-, Sognr, Safeeratus, Pepper, Spice, Molasses, Indigo, Maddc^^lpbo^TWliteOjMfcfe, Ginger,
Soap, Candles, Alum, Copperas, etc. i «-i il
In short their stock embraces almost every articleealled for in a country store,
CCJ* ALL kinds of PBOOUCK taken in payment for Goods at the lowest Caeli priceae.
April 26.
iiJ O,
EDWARDS & TAYLOR,
Dealers in Dry-Goods, Groceries, Boots
i.
EDWARDS & TAYLOR
RESPfeCrrFULLY inform the citizens of Muscitine and the adjoining counties, that the^.
opened an establishment in the new Brick row, near the Steam-Mill,
BLOOMU\*£iTOSS% IOIW,
Where they are now receiving and offer for ssle a large and generai aWortment of SEASON Alii.12
GOODS, among which may be found the following
Y O O S
6000 yards brown an bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, 350 pieces printed («Iicos. 2500 Cotton Yum*.
Tickings, brown and bleached Drillings blue do., summer stufis, Broad Cioths, Kentucky Jeans, lt\4*
Linen, Cambrics and Jackonets, Mull and Swiss Muslins, Edgings, Laces, Gloves Hosiery, 4c.
Gentlemens' Fur, Russia^ Nutria and Palm Leaf Hats, Ladies' Bonnetts, «Jc.
BOOTS & SHOES.
Men's coarse 4" fine Boots Brogans, Morocco Slips, etc. Ladies' walking shoes, Buskins, Brie Hid Slip**
etc. youths' and childrens' Shoes* Gambroons, etc.
ftUEEIS"S\VARE!'
An extensive assortment of rommon and printed ware. Also, Glass TombleTi, Wlrtdow Glas^tVtfff'1
IIARD-W ARE.
Knives & Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives, Butcher Knives, Britania and Iron iea and table Spooiw*.
Butts and Screws, Collins' Axes, Shovels and Spades, Grain and Grass Scythes, Scythe Sneaths nud
Stones, Trace Chains, Stock and Knob Locks, Files, coffee Mills, Sheep Shears, Aogon, etfc. HK*'
GROCERIES
5000 pounds N O Sugar, 4000 Rio & Hav Coffe
500 pounds Salffiratus Molasses:
Currants Rice Cassia Pepper
Mould Caadles Chewing and Sinokint, —r
Buck-Shot Mackerel Tainted Pails Hemp and Manilla Cordage Copperas Madder Alum Indigo
Peaches with other articles too tedions to mention
Our stock has been selected by an experienced hand with care exprestly for this section of the country.
Our motto is' Light Profits and Quick Returns Wheat Hemp Flax-seed Dry Hides, and almost etrry
kind of
produce purchased for cash, or received at ihe highest market rates in payment for goods ni
the lowest cash prices. Persons visiting Bloomington for the purpose of trading, arc most respectful'/
invited to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Our facilities are Such that no house in this section
of the conntry can afford to sell goods 011 terms more advantagious to the Farmer It will afford u*
pica/jure at ^*'yg to sl^ov^ux Goods, and let the community judge for themselves
Our prices cannot fait to pleasei
MONEY receive* at par for GOODS, at the lowest specie prices by
(Apr
EDWARDS fc,TAYLQj&.w
NEW GOODS.
... U O N & E
C'RNER OF SECOND AND CHESTNUT STREETS, BLOOMINGtd^
AVE received, by late arrivals, a large assortment of
Among
Cloths Cwsfaicres Sattinets Kerseys
Summer Pant stuffs ofevery description
Tickings Checks Ginghams
Prints in the greatest variety
Brown and bleached muslin#
Drillings Hollands '-'s_
1
•4 •t
Hats,
•:ii (ivmsntRC,
art
At Blooimnglon
he. A
4
Y,
Table Covers, printed and plain Mods tie Lainr
Printed Lawns, Mous!in de Laine ShawM^
Fancy dress Handkerchiefs,
Lace and Filet Veils, Hosiery, Gloves,
Cro^s-Barred Muslins Lawns, f.acea,
Edgings. Ribbons, Umbrella*, Partoh, Ac.
•i.1
[^^.4
G. S. TAYfccJl
Sc
Ware, Hard-Ware, Iron, Castings, &c,
fiBCOND STREET, (NEAR THE STEAM-MILL^
BLOOMINGTON,
Shoes, Queen*-
10 WA.
SEASONABLE GOODS,
CASH. We invite those who purchase Goods in Bloomington. for Cashor Produ^*t
call and exumine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, feeling confident that the low priees we self ai,
will not fail to please.
our goods mag be found the following:
Y O O S
Mens Coarse Kip and Calf Boots, Shoes and Brogans, Ladies fine Kid walking Shoes, Boots, Bufiiii*,
Kid Slippers, fyjs and Youths Boots and Shoes, Misses and ChiUm^^hpett
& ENDERS are now receiving 0
fresh desirable assortment of assorte:
merchandize, embracing every variety of goods suit
able for the city and country trade, our purchase
were made east previous to the late advances, which
enables us to offer great bargains to all those *hc
may favor ua with a caH. AH kinds of pfretfuce ta
ken in payment for Good#.
Bloomy*, 'v
Hardware an Assortment. -^1'
Groceries.
I Coffee Sugar, Tea, Saleratus, Molasses, I^oaf SU2rnr, Pepper, Spice, Tobaccco, Madder Copperw,
Indigo, Aluinn, Rice, Nutmegs, Cioves, Starch, Candles, etc. etc.
SUNDRIES.
Cotton Tartu Candle Wicking, Nails, P°wder, Lead, 81wt, 'Spanish Sole I/eWlfef,
Sack and Bbl. Sal^ Buckets, &c. &c.
I
•tTTANTED—Wheat, Oats, Corn, Flaxceed, Beeswax, Dry tt^ Whije ^nv Fors, Ajl Ar:
which the market price will be paid in Goods at Cash price*. FULTON & ,EMP.
April 19—24-tf.
ownanru copy^
RATFRS nnd others in want of Good and Cheap Goods, will do well to give us a call before pur
c&aSi-ewhcre. Our goods have been purchased principally in New York and Boston, previous
(-Basing: exnefienced Merchant, we^feel warranted in assuring purchasers, that we can
THE PLACE NEXT DOOR TO CAPT. JIMS HOTEL.
RECEIVED
for sale,
i
bought at Je*'
Irish Linens Vesting*
^'umbrics Mull and Swiss Muslins'
J'lain
and Barred Jackonets
ainled Lawns and Mousde Lain4H^
Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Silk dress drf
.Gloves Mi'ts Hoisery &c. 4c.
Florence Braid and Eng. Straw Bonnets, Hoods, ltd' i
A General Assssortmenti
O O S A O E S
per 8tamer General Brooke, en^
s
6 Sacks Dried Apples,
10 bbls Green do
March 29,'44. O BECKETT A Co
POTATOES WANTED.
•I BUSHELS Irish Potatoes want
1
UUU ed, fot which the hihwt price
wjll be-patd it) goods BENNEIT
HYDRAULIC'
C?EMfeNT—10 bbls. jus! rreM
Nov 3 BENNETT

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