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YOUNG LADIKS.--! HAVE FOUND
-CTOLOUNO L.AUIR.3.
A0ul men who are really most fond of the
nf the ladies, who cherish for them a
C!
ii2h
r,FK(-'
!t' e„rc
t53E?fi!ie
seldom the most poptilar
Men of great assurance, whose
lightly hong, who make words
nlatsB of ideas, and place" eouipli-
I"'' iii the place
of
wn'iment,
'9tt
A
are ,he
'dvor-
true respect for women leads to re
tful action towards thera-and respect _is
in distant action s»««J this g«at dis
is mistaken hy them for neglect or want
Fr»»kli». ...
PROSPECTUS*
OF THE
jfPSCATINE WHIG,
I Paper to be Published in Bloo
ming Ion, Iowa*
JUSTLY impressed with tho necessity and
..^ortance of this measure, and feeling as9u
I"7that it will be well sustained, the under
|4ed propose publishing at Bloominaton.
|v,vi, a weekly new*pajer, to he known by
••Veabove title, and denied to the inculcation
Jt!-Cirrect Republican NVliij sentiments. But,
[si iho same time, while the "WHIG' will
Jjjaintain a strict, firm and unwavering adher
\nc to ibeprinciples it intends to espouse, oth
tn,iffer shall not he lost sight of. Educa
|pi. Literature. General Intelligence, and in
j-jrd whatever is calculated lu promote so
jor individual improvement a.d happiness,
be welcomed to its columns.
fA.'most invariably, it has been the custom
r,ewspaper publishers at the onset of their
Ir^r, to make great professions and vaunting
i
v!ii«es of what they intend to do, and the
pjjfeldom known where they have ad
to them one half the extent promised
may lie deemed unnecessary to make any
I.nisei, but conscious of hat a newspaper
I, ill to be, it shall be the study of the pro
^ortT render the WHIG equal, at least, to
I v intelligencer in the embryo State.
j: is not deemed necessary to add a word on
importance of the Whigs sustaining a press
i iiis place, it must be palpably obvious to
i Confiding, then, in a generous and cor
support, the undersigned willingly risks
tiiiMtikiiig, fraught as it is, with impor
consequences.
!'li« press throughout the Territory, favora
I .: to the enterprise, will confer an obligation
giving publicity to, or noticing tiie pros
ins of tlie Muscatine Whig."'
The first number of the Whig will be iss
by the 10th of October, or as soon as prac
ble.
In consideration of the great expense which
nds a printing establishment in tl.is pari
he country and to obviate the difficulty of
ectiiiff, 6ubscrihe»s are required after the
?i]tt cf the number, to pay the amount
I ilifir subscriptions and lo enable the pat
|, 3ofthe paper to do this with more conve
ne, all Postmasters r.re authorized and re
'sted to act as agents, who afier Medticiing
reasonable commission, will forward the
|. asbvthem collebted to the undersigned.
P. IMOR!ARTY.
The Whig1 will be published every Satuf
T, on an lmperi il sheet al two dollars per
wn payable in advance. JP. M.
Sen 15, 1814.
)*fi YARDS 4-4 Domestic just ree'd and
S
tor sale by BKXNKTT
tlATTINETT—A spledid assortment just reo'd
anil for sale by so 13 BENNETT CO
r'K, BLUE BLACK Pilot Cloths just ree'd
1 and Tor sale by se 13 J. E N NETT V CO
|JEUX
A—F.-RU's
NOTICE—All those indebted to us by
book
Account,
®il !o call
11
to
pa v
SCHOOL.
fall term of Mrs. E. R. STOCKER'S
''"ill commence oti Monday the 10th of Sep
ktMxt.inthe Episcopal Church in Blooming-
litem,
3,1,j i,,.g |eave to inform them that they
^jnstreceived irom the eastern cities a large anil
assortment of foreign and domestic
olfer I'.ir sale at very redueetl prices, and
'ivlves hy tlieir strict attention to bu
Kl,!Cy
will
merit and receive a continuance of
1
"ral naironaae. Come & 6ee, no trouble
?'iods.
Kington, Sept. 6, 1844. M.
jsorrt'E.
I'®n brsigned has been duly appointed by let
Mttij ^opt. 3d 1844. special Administrater of
«A'? \V:ti. I,, JSMITU late of Muscatine county.
Pwsons Iinvinq claims against said estate will
them tr» ilm
•ethos
I^'tliem to the Judge of Pcohate I or allowance,
f(l„
e
'"debted thereto will make payment, to
\HLHS NEALY, Spccial Administer*
i,fM
P3,]. 1314.
I
lpPER
1,1
K
«SC
Co
Brown, Green 6-4 Merino just ree'd and
Hr sa/e by selj Di-:x s ETC 4" C/O
iL'K, Blue-Black, and In visit !c Green Broad
(dotlis just received and for sale by
:CP
13 J. BENSETT & Co
|!'APACCA—rJft»e, Black, Plain and Figured
Alapacca just ree'd and for *ale !v
13 BENNETT & CO
JED, White and Yellow Twil'd Flannel for
[I «ale Eiy sep 13 BENNETT & Co
I'OTTOX Batting, Fianel and Candle Wick
just received and for sale bv
Up 13 BENNETT & Co
[lASSIMER—A splendid assortment just ree'd
Mil for sale by J. BENNE & Co.
)I
Patent TRUSSES, for
the cure of rupture in males, for sale bv
*P 13 J. B. DOUGHERTY.
Note, or otherwise, ore rc-
early an settle the same. I hose
to pay hy the 15th of October next, will
costs, and no mistake.
h13 '44 A. OGLLYIE A' CO*.
44-3t
MISSISSIPPI TRADER.
The new, splendid,
and fast riming steamer
iVlonona
N. WALL, Master,
V3'1 a regular trader the remainder of the
l",u'8 and Galena, toiiching at
"He ports. She is of stron? bu Id, wdl
I,, ''1 furnished, with large anil comfortable
IV?1'"
lri1'
^,
'n snoed is surpassed by no boat
11
and no iins bei-ig spared to provide
h^t the market aflfwdn, so it will
u'
she is s desirable boat
for
y-"'/
COOPERING.
IATM. BE YARD of Mount Arrarat, Louisa Co.,
would inform the citizens of the surroemdrng
country, that he U at all times prepared to furnish
any thing in his line on the shortest notice, and will
warrant all hia-vfnrk. Hrving furnished several es
tablishments in Blooniington with barrels, the fol
lowing gentlemen testifying to the good workman
ship thereon, from knowledge and experience. Con
tracts for any quanty of work are solicited.
We the undersigned, Merchants
and
pnekers o
Pork and Beef,in Bloomington, having used barrels
made at the manufactory of Wm. Bevard, of I.ouisa
county, have no hesitation in saying that we have
found them, without exception good and tight, and
cberfully recommend those of his manufacture to
those engaged in that business.
BENNETT* Co
WGTLLETT
BENNETT
... JOHN Z1EGLER,
jDEBAUN. Packer.
April 5, 1844—22-tf.
JAMES MACKINTOSH,
Rook
Binder, Motca City•—Old Books and
Periodicals bound in the neatest style and on
the shortest notice, and as soon as his apparatus
shall arrive, Blank Book? and all work in his line
will be executed with despatch. T. S. Parvin of
Bloominaton is our authorized Agent for that place
and vicinity. April 26—25-3m.
CJCHOOL.—The second IcrmofMr Cummins
School commences on Monday, the 6th day
of September next. Aug 30 ,r
JYOTtCR,
PETERhas
IGOW, of Champ .igne County,
Ohio, produced to me a duly authentica
ted Copy and probate thereof of the last will and
testament of Rob rt Long, deceased, and prays that
the same may be led, recorded, and letters of ad
minis ration, with the will annexed thereon be
e ra
I
ed to him for Iowa rritory the same hav
ini b*en sn granted in Ohio, A heari thereof
will he had at my office in Blotmington, on Mon
day the seventh day of October next, at fen o'clock,
A. M, of said diy. who and w .en all personsin
lerested may show cause, if any they have, why
letters shall not be granted occonlincr to the prayer
of e petitioner. T. S. PARVIN.
Aui? 30, 1844-39T Judge of Probate M. C.
\RMF.US and others in want of Good and
cheap Good*, will do well to give us a call be
fire purchasing elsewhere. Our goods have been
purchased principally in New York and Boston,
previous to the late advances, by an experienced
Merchant, we feel warranted in assuring purchas
ers, that we can give them much better bargains
than others who have not equal facilities for pur
chasing in the Eastern Markets.
April 26 GREEN & ENBERS.
CIIIVAP FOR CASH OR PI'ODUCF.,
KEEN $• EXDERS have jost received per
JT steamer O-prev, a large and general assort
ment of rchandiz1, which they pledge thems Ives
to s II as low as can be purchased in the Territory,
aug 30
BOOTS $• SHOES—Just ree'd per Osprev, a
large a«sortmen* of Boots, Shoes and Brogan-, also
goo as.sortmtnt of Ladies' Shoe-, for sale y the
single pnir or dozen, cheap fo- ca-di or produce, y
aug 30 GREEN V ENDEU8.
AN.WVHA SALT—50 bids just received
and for sale cheap for ish or produce by
aug 30 GREEN EXDERS.
BOSTON NATLS & WINDOW GLASS—
Ree'd per O^prey 20 «egs No 3. 4. 6,8. 10, 12 nd
and 20 pv Boston Nails Also, 20 boxes 8x10 and
10x12 Window Glass, for sale cheap bv
aug 30 GREEN $ ENDER8.
ROCEHIES— OoflTee. Sugar, Sahralus,
Jf Molasses, Sperm Candles. Boston Soap. ect.
just received in addition to a lar?e and general as
sortment, which we will dispose of very cheap for
cash or produce, aug 30 GHEE* and ENOERS.
~AN~A UTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF THE
MASS WEE OF JOSEPH SMITH,
THE MORMON PROPHET,
AND I1YRUM SMITH. HIS BROTHER,
Together wi'b a brief history of the rise and pro
gress of Mormonism, and all the circumstances
which led to iheir death, by G. T. M. Davis, of Al
ton. Price 15 els. For sile by
aug 30 GHUKX and EsnEns.
G. A. SAL r—^50 sacfts A Salt just ceivcd
per steamer Monona, and for sa'.e by
aug 30 Green and Enders.
OLASSES—Just reccivgd and for sa'c bv
aug 30 GREEN and ENDERS.
\INTED BUCKETS-Jnst
Aug. 22, 1844.
Sept. 6, 1T44.
*\U, AXD WIBTTER GOODS.
BESNKTr & Co., return their thanks to
Bloomington and the surrounding
Mry in i ,, jberal share of paironag'- bestowed
P"
ree.ivrd^nd
for sale by GREEN & ENDERS.
Cv'OTTON
I YARN—Assorted, from No 6 to 12
on hand and for sale bv
aug 30 GREEN & ENDERS.
NOTICE.
THOSE
persons who are indebted to me for
professional services will please make pay
ment and immediately as 1 expect to leave town in
a few days. JAMES WEED.
Y O I E
W. FRYE having left the Iowa House,
W ould say to all.
Both great and small,
Come pay me what's my due
For I declare,
And almost swear,
I do not like to sue,
But shall.
Bloomington Aug. 22,1844
LAST CALL.
THOSE
who are indebted to the estate ofTylee
Smalley.ilec'd cither by note or book account
can
have the pr vilege to pay in produce until the
15th of September next, at the store of A Ogilvie
& Co—which if not paid at th time, will be put
in the ha^dsof proper officers for collection.
Aug 16-bt A. SMALI.LY, Adm'r.
I^TOTIC E.—The Muscatine Farmers' 4- Me
1.^1 chanica' Exchange Company will hold a
meeting at the Court House in Bloomington, on
Saturday I he 31st inst.. at i o'clock, M, for the
purpose of electing officers, hearing the repirt of
the Directors, d-c. A punctual attendance is re
quested. [aug 16] E FLE
QfUHE snbecriber takes this method of informing
Ul the citizens of Bloomington and vicinity, that
he has commenced he Tailoring business, on Sec
ond street, opposite C.
Evan'sstore,
tends to do his work in the most fashionable style'
and in good order, upon the most reasonable tearms.
He has earned on the Tailoring business in Cincin
nati. for many years and is well acquainted with the
latest fashions. All persons favoring him willi their
custom, shall at all times have their garments ren
dv
according
paswngers
,EverJ attention P®id to the safety of
•^di*8Sage.
fr
1
CHER.Pres't.
LOUR, by the barrel, for sale by
FULTON'
LOOK AT THIS.
promise. County produce will be
taken in exchanee for work at cash prices, and the
ready money will never be refused.
,«A#ceL cp#.
ADMINISTRATORS SALE.
By virtue'of an order of the Court of Prolate of
the county of Muscatimj Iowa Territory, holden at
Bloomington on the 27th day of July A. D. 1844.
So much of the real estate of which Geo. Vance Jr.,
late of said county died seized viz: the south east
quarter of section number eight and the nort cast
quarter of section number seventeen all of Town
ship number seventy six Ringe 3 west, will be sold
at public auction at the Court House door in the
town of Bloomington of said county,on the 26th
diy of August A. D. 1844, between the hours of 10
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M.of £aid day, to
satisfy the debts proven against the estate and un
paid.and the costs and charges of administration.
500
JOHN HOLLIDAY,Administrator
Jnly 29th 1844.
May 31.
jJBLS. SAI^T just ree'd and for sale
J. W
RICHMAN.
30-2 mo.
TERRITORY OF IOWA,
Louisa County,
District Court of said County, Octob#rf**f»,1844.
Elizabeth Davis, who is a minor,
by her next friend James Keever, I In Chancery,
vs
1
confesso,
ami a decree
entered accordingly. Z. C. INGHRAM, Clk.
E. II. THI.MAS, Sol. July 5,484
I—6w
STRAYED OR STOLEN
FROM the subscriber, near Whittlesey's Mills,
in Cedar county, on or about the 16th of May last,
a three year old muddy sorrel filly, with nearly
white mane and tail, her body is of the pony build,
with a long and well formed neck and head, and
small of he age—a natural trotteffnnd broke to
both saddle and harness. A suitable reward will be
given for any information of said cstray, left with
H. A. Lawrence, in Bloomington. or the subscriber
at his residence. [july 19] JOS. OGDEN.
Sheriff's Sale.
BY" virtue of »b Execution to me directed and
delivered from the office of the Clerk of tlio District
Court of Muscatine County, Iowa Territory, against
the goods ami chattels, lands and tenements of
Thomas Johnson and Mary Johnson, I have
levied upon, and will expose to sale, on Monday
the 7th day of October, A 1844, at the Court
House door in the town of Bloomington, the fol
lowing described property, to wit: Lot No six in
Block No thirteen, situate in the town of Bloom
ington, all of which Will be sold to satisfy an exe
cution in favor of Artl.ur Bridgman and George
Partridge for use of Bridgman Brothers—Sale to
commence between the hours of 10 u clock in the
forenoon, and 4 o'clock in the afternoon of said day.
Aug 10. 1844 DENTON SNYDE Shff
i SHl.WFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed and
delivered from the office of the Clerk of the District
Court of Muscatine
County,
Aug 16. 1844 Sheriff.
y E K E i O S S 0 E I $
AND BOOKS POSTED.
rIVERY
PERSON indebted to me, by what-
A ever manner or means, are requested to come
forward forthwith, immediately, and settle up, or
they mav expect a reg'lar Native American row.—
I'm not joking this time.
Bloomington, Aug. 9.'44 tf.
~I)RS. WLBI) AND RAY,
Ptend
HYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, will at
to nil professional calls to town or coun
try. Office at Dr. We.-ds house on Second street.
Bloomington August 1st 1845.
MORE NEW GOODS
Hired from ."\Yif York and Boston.
OREENand
Bloomington, April 5, 1844—22-tf.
POTATOES WANTED.
BUSHELS
1 W\J KJ
DUBUQUE
1
u,u,. AppIj .o .1—n»
May 27th, 1844.
REC'D
ON
where he in­
1LOVER & TIMOTHY SEED for sale by
mir 25 FO BECKETT & CO.
hand, a large assortment of dry goods, such
as Cloths. Cassimers, Sattinets, Ky. Jeans,
Kerseys, Flannels. Vesting*. Brown Muslins, Prints
Ticking, Checks. Irish
Linens,
jan 19 FULTON LEMP.
HATS.
IDoz.crowned
superior Russia Brush Hats, 2 doz. do..
•low for sale low br
May 91, J. fc. BENNETT.
CJ
& ENDERS are now receiving a
fresh desirable assortment of assorted
merchandize embracing every variety of goods suit
able for the city and country trade, our purchases
were made east previous totho late advances, which
enables us to offer great bargains to all those who
may favor ua with a call. All kinds of produce ta
ken in payment for Goods.
Irish
Potatoes want-
ed, for which the hihest price
will be paid in goods JJ* BENNE
1
YDRAULIC CEMENT—10 bbls. just ree'd
and for sale,by Nov 3 BENNETT
money received at par for GOODS
at thejowest specie prices by
Apr 19 EDWARDS & TAYLOR.
PROPOSAL.
offer my f»rm forsale, lying four miles below
lown City, known as the old trading house
farm,
800 acres deeded, and .120 of a claim, 400
acres under good fence. 160 under good cultivation
which produces from 50 to 60 bushels to the acre,
the faim is well provided with springs, and a good
quantity
of timber adjoining the prairie. Also, a
bearin- orchard of 150 apple trees. The whole I
will sell for $5000 in cash, or I will take on loan
three thousand dollars, for three or five years and
pay 10 per cent interest, yearly, and give the land
E. B. KINSON.
WATER STREET, BLOOMINGTG?*.
AT IU ITilS XATELY OCCUPIED *T F. O. BECK
ETT, & CO.
ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Bloomington and vicinity that he has lately
received from St. Louis a general assortment of
FAMILY GROCERIES, which he feels confident
that he cen sell as low as can be bought at any other
place. My stock consists in part as follows, viz:
LOAF & N. O.
SUGAR N. O. MOLASSES
JAVA & RIO COFFEE I & Y 1
TEAS
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 sold cheap for
CASH or anv kind of PRODUCE.
May 17,1844. 28y
J. Bennett & C©
CORNER OF FRONT AND CHESTNUT ST.
OPPOSITE IOWA HOUSE.
ARE
[Petition for Di-
Henry Davis. vorcc.
THE said Henry Davis will hereby take notice
inai on the 15th day of March, 1814, the said Eliz
abeth Davis filed in that office of il:^ Clerk of the
District Court aforesaid, her pciition or bill of com
plaint against him, (the said Henry Davis) in the
above entitled case, praying for a divorce from the
bonds of matrimony and unless the said Henry
Davis be and appear before said court on the first
day of the next term thctcof. to be liegun and hold
en at the court house in Wapello, in said cunty,
on the fifth Monday next after the first Monday of
September next, and answer said complainant's bill,
the same will be taken pro
now receiving an extensive stock of SEA
SONABLE GOODS. insisting of foreign
and dome tic
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS BONNETS frc.
Which will be sold at the lowest cash price. A
mong which are the following:
Bleached and brown sheetings an shirtings, Os
naburgs, drillings and tickings, summer stuff, check
and camhricks, Iri*h linens, nankeens and ginghams
silks satins and ribbons, leghorn shell and fancy
bonnetts. artificial flowers and trtmings &c 4c
Miy 10 1844 27tf
HEMP—10
tons Hemp wanted, for which Cash
will be paid by [April 12] JR BENNETT
WANTED]
BE
it known to the farmers of Iowa, that at the
Wharf Boat at Bloomington, the highest CASK
price will be paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Flaxssed,
Potatoes, Onions, Chickchs, Eggs, Butter, Cheese,
&c» &c.
Bloomington, June 7, 1843—30-tf.
rhivZXJt
DRIED
June 14
FOR PITTSBURG,
IIE subscriber has on hand about 25.000 Staves
of the first quality, anil now stand1, ready to
furnish the Merchants in Bloomington, with Pork
Barrels upon as reasonable terms as thev can be ob
tained in the Territory. WM. BEVARD.
Mount Arrarat, June 7, 1844—31-tf.
MISSOURI
'I
'oba^co—9 boxes Missouri manu­
facture received per S Iowa this day on
consignment and for sate low bv
Mav 10
EDWARDS 4-TAYLOR
APPLES.—100 bushelsUried apples
just received on consignment and for sale at
E. B. KINSON.
St. Louis prices by
WINDOW GLASS, AC.
8 by 10 10 by 12
12 by 16 12 by 18
Patty alwavjg onband and for sale bv
WHEAT
Iowa Territory, against
the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of Jo
seph Williams and Mary Williams, I have levi
ed upon anil will expose tosale, on Monday the 7th
day of October. A 1) 1844, at the court bouse door
in the town of Bloomington, the following describ
ed property, to wit: the north west quarter of sec
tion No. thirty-two in township No seventy-seven,
north Range two west, containing one hundred and
sixtv acres, situate in Muscatine county, nil of
which will be sold to satisfy said execution in favor
of Ezekiel Cox—Sale to commence between the
dours of icn o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock
in the afternoon of said day. J. SNYDER,
BDOUGHERTY
ARDEN SEEDS an assortment for sale by
EDWARDS 4- TAYLOR
tTILAXSEEl.)
cash or goods by EDWARDS TAYLOR
MEMP
Msale
RIO
ten tons hemp wanted immediately at
the highest market rale for cash by
EDWARDS 4 TAYLOR
O SUGAR do MOLASSES
for sale
at whole
and al wholesale prices bv
S^FRENCH
0
CAPT JIM PARMER*
tILAXSEED
ED WARDS TAYLOR
coffee havanna do for sale
wholesale prices bv
which the highest market price will be paid by
Apr.I 19—21-tf. J. B. DOVGUKIITY.
1ALF SKINS—6 doz. Eastern Calf Skins,
just
ree'd and for sale, by J. B. DOUGHHUTY.
April 19—24-tC
WOOL.
P\Ann pounds sheared fleece wool wanted,
OUUU
leather
drens
Aug 9
30~8w
QUEENS AND GLASS WARE.
per SB Ohio, direct from New York,
a'largc and general assortment of Crockery
For sal hy April 5 GHKF* & ESOKRS
w
w
June 15.
Merinoes, Alpacras,
Chusans, Mousde Laines. Linen and Cotton Pable
Cloths, Ladies Shawls, &c.
for sale cheap bir
for which the subscribers will pay
twentv-ffve cents per pound in c-ash
24, GREEN & LNDERS.
poR RENT.
THE
BRTCK HOTEL ill Bloomington, situa
ted on the corner of Second and Walnut streets
halfway between the River and Court House.—
The house is large and well constructed, has an ex
cellent well of water at the door and a good stable
en the lot Terms moderate, and possesaion given
immediately. For further particulars aj.plv to^
June 28th 1844.—4w.
SCHOOL.
The second term of Mr. Austins School will com
mence on Monday next the 1st day of July
June 28. Terms 2 and 3 dollars.
Gr
•4 K\T\ ami grass «cjlhi« j»*t 'Wil «nil for
sale Hy BENNETT & Co
BOOTS AND SHOES'.
raiHE subscriber has just ree'd. on consignment,
i a larse and
splendid
pumps and slippers, Boys boots, (-'hii-
shoes assOrted kinds
and sizes. All of which
will be sold very low for cash or-approved trade.
E- B-
ANTED 2000 bushels of Flaxseed.—
Ginsing, Seneca and Black Snake root.
Bees wax. Wheat, Oats Corn $c., fr., all of which
will be taken tor any articles we have in store,
uui De iaKe.i FENIMORE.
Bloomington July 26th 1844.
•""ADIES GAITER BOOTS.—Ladies Black
!_J and Colored Gaiter and 1-2 Gaiter Boots for
sale very cheap by
tv
r'
Prints, Summer
Mens
«$• BEESWAX wanted for which
the highest market price will be paid in cash
or goods by EDWARDS $ TAYLOR
OATS & CORN wanted for which
the highest market rates will be paid in
in quantity at
EDWARDS 4- TAYLOR
brandy and Port wine for medical
purposes also one cask St Croix rum Holland
«in Maderia wine peach brandy and American
brandy for sale at cost to close off the lot—enquire
ED W A DS 4 TAYLOR
ROCERIES—Super Rio Coffee, N. O. Su
vJI" gar,Tea, Molasses,Salcratus, sack and barre
salt. Tobacco,&c. for sale by
ja„19 FULTON & LEMP.
and BEESWAX wanted, for
WILLIAM EDWARDS
Gen'tiemens'
assortment of custom-
made BOOTS and SHOES, superior to any article
ever offered in this market, consisting in part of
morocco and leatner welts, kid and morocco slippers
Ladies' calf and Morocco bootees. Misses shoes, ©r
various kinds and qualities, Gentlemen s superior
finished calf and kip boots, calf and morocco nulltfi
ers,
Apples and Peaches with
C3na"L
KINSON.
GREEN & ENDERS.
bbls. Kanawha Salt ree'd per S Os
prey on consignment and for sale low
May 17. hy EDWARDS fr TAYLOR.
JVOTICE.
ALL
persons indebted to me by note or book ac
count wiil please come^wanl snd seu e up
forthwith. GEO. SPRINGER.
June 14, ISH
J'"S-'
TV
JOSEPH BRIDGMAN.
stufls
Yt
Wwhichthe-Wheat,
Aprtin-aW
''*'#&'
Fur, Russia, Nutria and Palm Leaf Hats. Ladies Bonnetts, fc.
Stones, Trace Chains, Stock and Knob 1 ,ccks, 1-1les
ot
Bloomington April *2, tsii.
HAVbr.Ki.eJ.
9
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BRIDGMAN & WEED
Forwarding and Commission merchants and Dealers in
Produce,
DlllT-CrOODS.
,Broad Cloths, Cassimcres and Satinets Bleached and Brown Domestic '.
Kentucky Jeans. Sheeps Grej do do Drillings
Tweed and Buffalo Cloths l" Calic 'es and colored Cambrics'
Canvas Padding and Silesijt^ Irish Linen Diaper snd Crash
Green, Red and White FlasiMt Jaconets, Plain and Plaid,Cflffitbrfes
Tickings and Blue Drills Balzariue and Print Lawns
Gloves, Mitts and Hosiery Silk and Cotton Fringes Laces Edgings etcSttk
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A full assortment of Men's, Boy's and louth's coarse and fine Boots and Shoes—Also a splendid irMl
of Ladies Kill and Goat s in Slippers and Walking shoes of Philadelphia Manufacture,
White Granite Ware.
A foil assortment of Queens»warc. Glass Tsmbicrs, &c, &c.
H4KDIVAKE &c,
Knives and Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives,German Silver, Brittanna and lion T*bU*nd Tea Spoons,
Butts and Screws, Brads and Tacks, BUkes' Patent l)oor Latches, coffee-mills,curry-combs, assortment of
Locks'Files, Augurs, Chisels, and Saws. Razors and Rnzor Strops,
GROCERIES.
Sugar,cof&3, molasses, tea, saleratus, pepper, spice, ginger, indigo and madder, ahm, nuUoegs, clomp*
Starch, Sperm Candles, Tobacco, etc, etc.
MISCELLANEOUS. t.
White lead, oil, turpentine and Whiting, Nails and Brads assorted from 3d to 20d, Powder, Lead,
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRIC&
NEW STORES
GREEN & ENDERS
NORTH SIDE OF SECOND ST. BETWEEN CHESTNUT AND IOWA AVENUE,
RESPECTFULLY inform the inhabitants of Bloomington, and vicinity, that they hpHNk
taken the store recently occupied by G. A. Martin, on Second Street, and offer for sale a la?g«
and general assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, consisting, in part of the follow-
s
Broad CI*hs, Cassimeres, Satinets, Table Covers, printed and plain Mensde LailpSS
Kentucky and
Brown Jeans, Printed Lawns, Mouslin de Laine Shawls,
#-4 4- 4-4 brown and bleach'd Sheetings Fancy dress Handkerchiefs,
Shirtings, and Tickings, Lace and Filet Veils, Hosiery, Gloves,
Stuff, Linen, Velveteen, Cross-Barred Muslirw Lawns, Laces,
Apron Check, Gingham, brown Linen, Edgings, Ribbons, Umbrellas, Paraols, &C.
Rcady-Tfade Clothing: 1
200 Frock, Dress. Coatees and Sacktce Coats 200 Pair Satinet, Cottonade, Linen and Vel$!
150 Satin, Silk, Valencia and Fancy Coiton vet pantaloons Cotton and Flannel shifl%
Vests Drawers, Stocks, Cravats, Gloves, Hats,&c.
coars auu UI1C AJUU19 ativi vuuia, -I «»|". —«irrv uuvw any ftiu
Ties and buckskins ladies' gaiter and half gaiter Boots ehildrens' Boots and Shoes, &c 4k$
Hardware & Cu'Iery:
Knivc and Forks, pocket and pen Knives, Spoons, rasps, files, hand-saws, coffee mills Norfolk latches,
locks, hammers and hatchets, spades and shovels, sickles, scythes and snaths, hayforks, Collins' axes, hoes,
traces, butts, screws, combs, pins, needles, $-c.
Tew. Coflee,Sugar,Sateratus, Pepper, Spice, Molasses, Indigo, Madder,Sulphur,Tobacco, Riee,Giitpr
Soap, Candles, Alum, Copperas, etc.
In short their stock embraces almost every articlcealled for in a country store.
ALL kinds of PROUCCK. taken in payment for Goods at the lowest Cadi prices*. April 3$.
EDWARDS & TAYLOR,
Dealers in Dry-Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes, Queenft
Ware. Hard-Ware, Broil, Castings, &c,
CSEONi) STREET, (NEAR THE STEAM-MILL.)
EDWARDS & TAYLOR
RESPECTFULLY inform the citi/.rns of Muscatine and the adjoining COUttUfli, that (tap* kavs
openJ an cuUiA.nct in
Where they are now receiving and offer for ssle a large and general assortment of SEASONABLE
GOODS, among which may be found the following
Y O O S
6000 vards brown and bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, 350
pieces
Ticking* brown and bleached Drillings blue do., summer stufls, Broad Cloths, Kentucky Jeans, IriUt
Linen,
Cambrics and Jackoncts, Mull and Swiss Muslins, Edgings Laces, Gloves Hosiery,
BOOTS& SHOES.
Men's coarse^ fine Boots Brogans, Morocco Slips, ctc. Ladies' walking sines, Buskins, fine fitd
e y o u s a n e i e n s S o e s a o o n s
&
U Mid &\V AIC
An extensive assortment of Winnion and printed ware. Also, Glass Tumblers, Window-Glass, tte.
HARD-WARE.
Kni™»AForkfc Pen and Pocket Knives, Butcher Knives, Britnnia and Iron tea and fable Spoons,
coffee
,/ w, it ii-nifTTnlnrro* iA^nrs: White l«enu r-uponi s iniif i u^uti, utt i»v
Buck-Shot MaWcrel 'painted'Pails Hemp and Manilla Cordage Copperas Madder Alum Indigo D&
Our stock has Wheat Hemp Flax-seed Dry Hides, and almost ev,fy
Pur motto is'Light at ihe highest market rates in payment for goods
kind of country produce Phased fo
7 ,Jwh,^purch»8!0,ml».nBl00minP.0n,l»rC»h0rIW
prices, o j^fore
nU
CHESTER WEED.
fcV.%
SECOND STREET, BLOOMINGTON, IOWA.
BfEW STORE & NEW GOODS,,„^i
HMMH ft WEED
.Vj. 1 SEClf.VO ST REST,
IFE8PECTFTTLLY Inform the citizens of Muscatine and tbo adjoining counties, tTial Aey
opening one of the best assortments of GOODS ever offered in this market, which will be sold low for
Cash or Produce.
4
Mills Sheep Shears, Augurs, etc. etc.
ha^d"^hh are expressly for this section of the county.
are now
Mitt%
Slipppfc
G. S. TAYLO
BLOOMINGTON, IOWA.
printed Calicos, 2500 Cotton Yarn#,
a
r__
N E W O O S
U O N & E
«MJVPB OF SECOXD JtSD CHESTNUT STREETS, BLOOMINGTOX,
QHK y&n ur asso,tnicnt of SEASONABLE GOODS, boughl .1
»/mo8t
rchasing elsewhere, feeling confident that the low pnees ws
a'lTr'l— be founil .1,0 Mining: ..
wim"fa|,°p
dry goods.
ClolhsCa«imer« SMM|K^»^' cambrics M^antl^w'is. Muslin.
Summer Pant
of e\ery descnpSOT
Tickings Checks Ginghams Painted Lawns and Mousde Lames
Prints in the greatest variety Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Silk dress do
Brown and bleached muslins Gfnve^Mi'ts Hoi«erv Ac. «Jc.
nn|J Barml Jarkone(s
Shoes and Brogans, Ladief fine Kid walking Shoes, Boots,
Mens Coarse Kip and a Youths Boots and Shoes, Misses and Childrens Shoes, Slipper*, 4ce.
Kuk sO^Hato, Florence Braid and Eng. Straw Bonnets, Hoods, dtc.
Groceries.
Tea Saleratus,Molasses, Loaf Su!nr,Pepper,Spice,T®ha«*o^Madder,C^Jpsras,
lujjgo Alumn, Rice, Nutmegs, Cloves. Starch, Candles, etc.
*6
SUNDRIES
iMton Yarn, Candle Wicking, Nails, Pwder, Lead, Shot, Spanish Sole Leather,
won
gack
an
Bbl. Sal Buckets, &c. &c. _____
Beeswax, Dry Hides,'White BesB*. Furs.dcc. drc..
ANTED Oats, Corn, FULTON & LEMP.
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