O e o i
The Pi. T.
Isr the 20th says.—A letter dated
i, 1844, lia« rfcei^l fn
the Mi«ipn.aW WaUawjtie,
'7h,ch thefollo w in*
»h of' March, to 'we^tkfa
64$ had beep *ub?cribea, &nd
u#»i!ofa gentleman connected witfi
^Jodsoa Bay Company it waa increas-
A printing prpss has been
from this city io Oregon, to be
jjtoihecire of Messrs. Ladd & Co^
I Sandwich Islands. The Mission
have been lit usual health since the
of Mr. Lee for New tfork.—.
ihe settlers writes to Iowa Don
U the Slates with more than «25 in
as cows are belter than cash. We
,d no difficulty in procuring hands for
ujrprovisions. There is no danger of
Jjjns or English, but ymi should keep
iiMod company. Take care of your
Lat Caws river after that the Indians
IIIno\trouble them there is no need of
Lircfag hem at night. W e have all ar
lied safe who left Iowa the doctor hns a
b9 within a mile of niln^ Mr. I/vttle
Mr. Aiken continued their journey to
fcifornia. You nay iose one fourth or
(eighth of your cattle perhaps, but do
(let that discourage you with proper
will lose but few. Start with
['more salt than is enough to salt your
Kail and meat, as the vegetation i* salt
kh all the way.
Jlcxico.-—The gchooner Anax, arrived at
Orleans, btings us the last news from
jTh# Texan prisoners, whose release we
Lia meniioned in our paper came passenger
[On tho 31st of August, the President solic
Heave of absence for a short lime, to look
Ifier his personal affairs. It is said, that
a. Caralizo will perform the duties of mng
iirjte during Santa Anna's absence. The
.urnand of ilie army of invasion against Tex
jliis been entrusted to Gen. Arista.
We learn no more, by this arrival, as to the
tion of the Mexican Congress upon the
reposition of raising four millions for the
liiM campaign. We do not believe they
be a'ult?, satisfactorily, to adjust it, nor
lr3U!(J ji much surprise us, improbable as it
lay seem, wers Santa Anny pleased that they
Leunable to do so. It would release him
Ions very troublesome responsibility, and
ina which he has assumed for effect, as much
ifor any tiling else.
An announcement is made in the Govern
jrent. papers, with every expression of thanks
Ifidunaiinn of one hundred dollar, made by
BiJoae Dolores Gal van, towards defraying
fretxpenses of the war agawst Texas.
SaGilveston is bombarded, sure.
The Government of Mexico has fthovtfrt very
eiiliiltfrable chagrin at the robbery of the dil
igence, in which Gov. Shannon was a papsen
iuiiTiediiUetiKjijirifS were ins-Muted into
ifacts of the ci5f. The robbery tnnft" place"
I the f.i'iht of the 25ih of A»gust. and was
very heavy, the Minister losing only a ve
1 valuable elo«k, shout eighty dclhirs, his
Iratcfi, arid pencil caso. Tlie driver i$ alone
'.med for not having chosenta Sfait.fWr tUe.
AS removed to the brick store, sccond west
the American House, on Sccond s'.rcetj
OF F.ILL.WSJ BT/.V/'/JK GOODS,,
li 'irt from the cities of NEW YOAK and BOS
TON, now receiving at the hr'u k store on Second
|t r«et, tlie largest, cheapest and best selected stock
jfgooJs ever imported to the city of Bloomington,
J. BE.VN ETT & Co., would inform the cili
Iter of Blooming ton and vicinity generally, that
llrin ja^t received rom Boston, at which place
pv have carefully selected their fall and winter
|Ni,adapted to themirkct assigned, feel confi
Jwtofaatis yiiiqj all who may favor them with a
l^i.with goods at prices not to be undersold, eith»
|«ttwholesale or retail, west of Lake Michigan.
Economy »liov»'iJ always be corw lered—call and
Iciaiine our gojtls, a part of which may be found
A!ar»e assortment of Bile, Blue-black, InvistbTe
l^ten, ar»J li! ue Broad Cloths Bluo-black and
mixed Casimore, Blue, Black and :det
jsidSattinet, blue, black and brown Pilot CI nth
jHilnglish, French and American Prints a va
I®8? new patterns, fine, Kuf)erline, plain and
|yr'tl Al.ipj'^ca, Mous. 'e Lun. Edinboro' and
Inland Fiaid Shawls. Merino, Mous.de Lain and
of fanev H'd'k's,
ir.l and Easy Times,
IHW and figured 6-4 Merino, a variety of
Linens. Check, Cambricks, Gloves, Hosery
|*Ask n Mdtens end Gloves. Large assortment
pWfn Domestic, D.»lley's bleached Sheniing,
white and red Flannels, &c. 4*c. and a
jPWnriMj jf other goods.
yofTee, hrown and loaf Sugar, Youn^jTyson
I™Imp/rial Tea, Molasses, Pepper, Alspicc, Gin
PiCinnamon, Tobacco, Sperm and Tallow Can*
J*1! Bar an Casteel Soap, Powder, Shot, Lead,
Ji Us.Caps, Indigo, Madder Copperas, Alowes.
LPneral assortment of Nails, 2d 4d 5d 6d 8d lOd
•^GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP HARD
.. AND QUEENS-WARE,
Tints and Capst
Hope Cotton Yorn,
Bloomington Oct II*
Knives 4? Fork*,
Bulls and Screws, Collins'Axes.
iinut or Produce taken in exchange
BEEF CATT: E wai
atcly by J. BENN
Bush, dried Apples just ree'd and for
sale by J. BENNETT 4- Co.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS,
undersigned, Commissioners appointed to
iC| claims against the estate of David
meet for that purpose, at the Court
la .on Saturday the 16th of Nov. next, from
°cl*k A. At. to 3 o'clock P. M.
J. A PARVIN,
Lr \PLINY FAY.
A TWO HORSE WAGGON
Produce, bf ..
foraale, for Cash
*MS48. J. BENNETT & C*.
THE IFAiMiER'» STOKE»!.
THAN EVER FOR READY PAY!
JOSEPH A. GREEN,
^5 i4*T Ji
HA8 just received, [at the old stand of Green and Enders] direct fro n Boston and New York, a large
and gensral assortment of fashionable PALL GOODS, which he offers for safe at unusually low prices,
UU'ilOffk-consigta iajwrfcof the following, viz:
Fine hUc and lluc Broad Cloths, Cassimcrs and Saflinctts, of all colors Velvet, Mus de I«ains
blue and llk Alnpacca, Cachmere »le Ecope, Chusans, .Crape de Lains. 6-4 strip'd Lunettas, calicos
White and Red Flannels, iShocttngs. Driling", Linens, Rusia Diaper, Crash, etc Ladies silk dress aul
pocket Hdkfs, Mk Fillet Veil?-, 'J'hibet Shawls, Fancy de Lains do, 8-4 Heavy cotton dj, strip'd 1 ar
ragona do. 5-4 and 8-4 Highland do,5-4 and 8-4 net do, blk and colored kid, silk and cotton Gloved
half Ftngercn fillet and Wool Mitts silk, cotton, cnchmerc and worsted stockings Lacc and camlirle
Edgings and Insertings, etc Bonnet Trimmings, cap stuffs, Ribbons, Wbale-bone. Wire, Umbrcna& etc
BOOTS & SHOES,
Mens*coars and fine Boots and Shoes Pumps and Slippers Ladies lace Boots and Shoes, kid Slippers,
Ties and buckskins ladies' gaiter and half gaiter Boots childrcns' Boots and Shoes, &c &c
Hardware & Cu#lery:
Knive and Forks, pocket and pen Knives, Spoons, rasps, files, hand-saws, coffee mills Norfolk latches,
Butcher Knives, butts, srrfWs, trace chains, kh6b and tiunk locks, augers, hammers and hatchets, sauce
pans, drawing knives, steelyards, tea trays iron and brass headed shovels and tongs, bed screws, carpen
ters' adzes, sad irons, fry pans, shovels, hoes. Hunt's and Collins'axes, cloth and shoo brushes, squares,
kniVii.'.g pins, spectacles, wmlTer^, gimlets, looking glasses pins, needles, «$-e.
fcJQUEENS AIM ^LASS-WARE—A LARGE AND CENERA& HS80RTMENTJ^Z
Ten. Coffee,Sugar,Sateratas,Pepper,Spice, Molasses,ladigo,Madder,Sfcrfpbnr,Tobacco, Rice,Ginger
Soap, Candl*, Alum, Copperas, etc.
In addition to the above we have received the follow:
EDWARDS & TAYLOR
ntSPECTtTTTTiLY infvjrm the citizens of Muscatine and the adjoining couutic% Alt tfeey'haVie
opened an establishment in the new Brick row, near the Steam-Mill,
VG TO*X\ lOW,\H
Where they arc now receiving and offer for ssle a large and general assortment of S^ASONABLE
GOODS, among which may be found the following
Y O O S
C000 yards brown anj bleached Shirtings and Sheetings,350 pieces printed Calicos, 2500 Cotton \arns,
bleached Drillings blue do., summer stuffs. Broad Cloth*, Kentucky Jeans, Irish
Linen Cambrics and Jaekonets, Mull and Swiss Muslins, Edgimrs. Laces, Gloves Hosiery, *J.
Gentlemens' Fur, Russia, Nutria and Palm Leaf Hats Ladies* Bonnetts, frc.
Men's coarse 4- fine Boots Brogana, Morocco Slips, ctc. Ladies' walking shoes, Buskins, fine fiid Slips
etc* YOUths'and childrcns' Shoes, Gambroons, ctc.
-An extensive assortment of jwmmon and printed ware. Also, Glass Tumblers, Window Glass, ftc.
#»»£. .,J»B yir. *kvm •artf'i
j*t r't 1^ i & i s. a
Ground Alum Salt
My goods having been purchased principally in New York and Boston, expressly for'his section
of the country, will enable me to sell on terms more advantageous than any other house west of the
Mississippi. All in want of good and cheap Goods, will .find that they have saved byjjixuigi
me cail before purchasing elsewhere. My motto is
Le- 1-2. 2
7. £3 CQ
Pocket Knives, Butcher Knives, llritania and Iron tea and table Spoons,
Stones, Trace Chains, Stock and Knob Locks, Files, coffee Mills, Sheep Shears, Augurs, etc. etc.
5000 pounds N O Sugar. 4000 Rio & Ilav Coffee. 200 l.bts Kenawha Salt, 200 sacks A Salt
500 pounds Safaeratus Molasses: Imp Gunp and Y II Tea in chests and boxes Loaf Sugar Kasin,
Currants Rice Cassia Pepper Ginger
Mould Car.dles Chewing and Smoking Tobacco Cigars White Lead Eupont s I .tie Powder Patent and
Buck-Shot Mackerel Tainted Pails Hemp and Manilla Cordage Copperas Madder Alum Indigo Dried
Apples and Peaches with other articles tootedious to mention
Our stock ha* been selected by an experienred hand withcarc expressly for this section of the county.
Our motto is 'Li-ht Profits and Quick Returns
kind of country produce purchased for cash, or received at ihe highest market rates in payment for goods at
the lowest cash prices. Persons visiting Bloomington for the purpose ot trading, arc most respectfully
invited to give us acalt before purchasing elsewhere. Our facilities arc such that no house in this section
of the conntry can afford to sell goods on terms more advantagious to the Farmer It will afford Us a
pleasure at all times to show our Goods,and let thecommunitv judge for themselves
Bloomington April 22,1844. £jOur prices cannot fail to please. T$
NEW STORE & NEW GOODS.
BRIDSMA & WEED
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A full assortment of Men's, Boy's and Yonth's coarse and fine Boole and Shoes—Also a splendid atUcle
of Ladies Kid and Goat s in Slippers and Walking shoes of Philadelphia Manufacture.
White Granite Ware.
A full assortment of Queens-ware. Glass Tsmbiers, &c, Sic.
A lull asso HARDWARE &©.
Knives and Forks Pen and Pocket Knives, German Silver, Brittanna and Arm Table and Tea Spaona.
Locks' Files, Augurs, Chisels, and Saws. Razors and Razor Strops.
ji- Iff# B*
JtW lilt'si i
U 3 2
-S3 6 S3
Spades, Grain and Grass Scythef, S^j'tlje Sneatlis and
?pice legnr Boston and I- aney Soap ^perm and
Hemp Flax-seed Dry Hides, and almost every
«Vfl. i sneoA'i? smew*,
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizcns of Muscatine and the adjoining counties, that they are now
opening one of the best assortments of GOODS ever offered in this market, which will be sold low for
('ash or Produce.
road Cloths, Cassitneres and Sattwett JJleacneu tma mown lffrmmtc
Kentucky Jeans. Sheeps Grey do do drillings
J'weed and Buffalo Cloths Calic es and colored Cambrics
Canvas Padding and Silesia Irish Linen Diaper snd Crash
Green, Red and White Flannel Jaconets, Plain and Plaid Cambric#
Tickings and Blue Drills Balzarine iirnl Print Lawns i
Gloves Mitts and Hosiery Silk and Cotton Fringes Laces Edgings ctc etc,
Brads and Tacks, BLkes' Patent Door Latches,coffee-mills, curry-combs, assortment of
Sugar,cofle*. molasses, tea, aaleratus, pepper,
spice, ginger, indigo and madder, alum, nutmegs, cloves,
Surch. Spcn CW.C
CORNER OF FRONT AND CHESTNUT ST.
OPPOSITE IOWA HOUSE,
now receiving an extensive stock of SEA
SONABLE GOODS. Csnsisting of foreign
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS BONNETS ^c.
Which will be sol&at the lowest cask price. A
meng which are the following:
Bleached and brown sheetings anJ shirtings, Os
ncbtrvgs, drillings and tickings, summer stuff, check
i»»d cambricks, Irish linens, nankeens and ginghams
silks satins and ribbons, leghora shell and fancy
1 -flowers and trifflings dcc Ac.
May 10 1844 271^-^-1
BOSTON "NAILS & WINDOW GI.ASS—
Hjlc'd per Orjprey 20 kegs No 3. 4. 6, 8, 10,12 nd
and 20 py Boston Nails Also, 20 boxes 8x10 and
16x12 VVuufcw Glass, for snfr rhes»p by
oug 30 GREEN ENDERS.
tons Hemp wanted, for which Cash
will lo paid by [April 12] JR BENNETT
HUZZA FOn i'iTTSBl RG.
rg^HE subscriber hason band about25.000 Staves
of the first quality, and now stands ready to
furnish tho Merchants in Bloomington, with Pork
Barrels upon as reasonable terms as they can be ob
tained in the Territory. WM. BEVARD.
Mount Arrarat, June 7, 1844—31—tf.
i RAIN and grass scythi s just ree'd and for
sale by BENNETT & Co
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THIIIE subscriber has just ree'd, on consignment,
a large and splendid 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, of
various kinds and qualities, Gentlemen's superior
finished caif and kip boots, calf and morocco nullifi*
leather pumps and slippers, Boys boots, Chil
drens shoes assOrtedkindsand sizes. All of which
will be sold very low for cash or approved trade.
Aug 9 E. B. KINSON.
Tobacco-—9 l»oxes Missouri manu-
facture received per S Iowa this day on
consignment and for sale low by*
May 10 EDWARDS TAYLOR
APPLES.—100 bushels dried apples
just received on consignment and for sale at
St. Louis prices by £. B. KTiVSOlY.
8 by 10 7* 10 by IS
12 by 16 12 bv 18
Putty alwavs on hand and frrsale by
A"RDEN SEEDS an assortment for sale by
EDWARDS «$• TAYJjOR
BEFSWAX wanted for which
the highest market price will be paid in C3sh
EDWARDS $ TAYLOR
or goods by
OATS & CORN wanted for which
the highest market rates will be paid in
cash or goods by EDWARDS $ TAYLOR
EMP ten tons hemp wanted immediately at
the highest itiarket rate for cash by
EDWARDS 4 TAYLOR
SUGAR do MOLASSES for sale at whole
sale and at wholesale prices by
EDWARDS 4 TAYLOR
coffee havanna do- for sale.in quantity at
wholesale prices by
brandy and Port wine for
purposes also one cask St Croix rum Holland
gin Maderia wine peach brandy and Ameriean
brandy for sale at cost to close off the lot—enquire
of ED WARDS $r TAYLOR
ROCERIES—Super Rio Coflee, N. O. Su
gar,Tea, Molasses,Suleratus, sack and barre
salt, Tobacco,&c. for sale by
JanlO FULTON & LEMP.
whieli the highest market price will be paid by
J. B. DOUGIIKHTY.
1ALF SKINS—G doz. Eastern Calf Skins,just
ree'd and for sale, by J. B. DoUGIIKBTr.
Doz. superior Russia Brush Hats, 2 doz. do.,
low crowned for sale low by
Mnv 31. J.R.BENNETT.
bids. Kanawha Salt ree'd per S Os
prey on consignment and for sale low
hy EDWARDS $ TAYLOR.
persons indebted to me by note or book ac
count will please come forward and settle up
forthwith. GEO. SPRINGER. ,.v
JJPPEFT MISSISSIPPI TRADER.
The new, splendid,
and fa9t runin? steamer
at the lowest specie prices by
Apr EDWARDS & TAYLOR.
LOOK AT THIS.
DfpHE stlbccriber takc3 this method of informing
the citizens of Bloomington and vicinity, that
he has commenced the Tailoring business, on Sec
ond street, opposite C. Evan's store, where he in
tends to do his work in the most fashionable style*
and in good order,upon the most reasonable tearms.
He has earned on tho Tailoring business in Cincin
nati, for many years and is well acquainted with the
latest fashions. All persons favoring him with their
custom, shall at all times have their garments rea
dy according to promise. County produce will be
taken in exchange for work at cash prices, and the
ready monev will never be refused.
July 5, 1844—35-tf. SAMUEL HORN.
"I BUSHELS Irish Potatoes want
VJkJKJ ed, for which the hihest price
will be paid in goo^a It BENNE1T
by the barrel,
Jan 19 PULTON & LEMP.
N. WALL, Master,
Will run as a regular trader the remainder of the
season between St. Louis and Galena, touching at
all intermediate ports. She is of strong build, wdl
finished and furnished, with large and comfortable
state rooms, and in sDced is surpassed by no boat
on tho trade, and no pains being spared to provide
the table with the best the market affords, so it will
be seen that she is a desirable boat for passengers
or freight. Every attention paid to the safety of
freight and baggage. Aag 30 43tf
COfcNER OF OLIVE & SECOND KITS,
(TWO 8Q.rAnF.s F^O* THE RITKB.)
BltlE undersigned having leased the above erf
A tensive and central establishment, is now
ready to accommodate permanent or transient
boarders. The house has been thoronghr y clea us
ed, re-painted and re-fitted, and as a Hjtel, he will
venture to say that it will not be found infeiior to
any in the city. The accommodations for families
are roomy ami comfortable, emlnracing a Ladies'
Ordiuary and Parlor, apartments for family parties,
together with the convenience of a sepcratc en
trance to the house for Indies.
Visitors to St. Louis, from the Sooth or else
where. will meet with every usual accommodation
of a first class Hotel at the Glasgow House. A
shore of public patronage is rcspectfh/Jy so/iched.
Oct 11 E. H. BOBBINS.
FRYE having left the Iowa Houacwi jL
Yi ould say to all,
\isl Both great and small,
Come pay me what's my duelr
A nd almost swear,
do not like to sue,
A list of letters remaining in the Post Office
Bloomington Iowa Sept. 30tb, 1841.
Adams A sa %i
Bra} ton Dr
('ory Piersanf *iV
Lester W frj:
•. Mendenhall •.
Foster iV Richman
Hobert Mrs Josephine
Justice of the Peac4
Johnson Miss E i
Lnmot Miss Laura
Miller Miss Mary
.llcCuilv Wm^ Co ..
torn N N
Hr ce W
Clerk of District Court ofPatterson II
Reynolds W W
.. Jycan Ira
iS'ilvcrthorn Oliver -.
Wheeler Mrs Witna
\Vi lliams Richard
Word Hiram vj
W ailtonse Nathaniel
'-Van Hagan IP
Oct 4 1844
YARDS 4-4 Domestic just ree'd and
for sale hy BRNNETT & Co
L'K, rown, Green 6-4 Merino just ree'd and
for sale bv seI3
Cloths just received and for sale by
[LAPACCA—T!lue, Black, Plain and Figured
k Alapacca just ree'd and for sale hy
13 BENNETT & CO
ED. White and Yellow Twil'd Flannel for
sale by sep 13 BENNETT & Co
Batting, Flanel and Candle Wick
just received and for sale by
13 BENNETT & a
ASSIMER—A splendid assortment just ree'd
for sale by J. BENNE1T & Co.
Sept 3.1- 1S14-
money received at par for GOODS
spied id assortment just rec
5 and fir sale by so!3 BENNETT 4 CO
BLUE BLACK Pilot Cloths just ree'd
Bel3 J. BENNETT CO
and ftir sale by
_^ra ot rapture ..
nj- of our rlerfymefi
C. A* H. STAHL. would inform dealers in
Beef and Pork in this place, as well as atock farm
ers, that they arc now ready to slaughter any num
ber of cattle or hogs, in the neatest possible manner
and on the most liberal terms. Oct 4 '44
Bloomington A tig. 22, 1844.
PLINY FAY, M.
Invisible Green Btoad
I for 6ale by
Tlic undefg^fted has been duly appointed by let
ters dated Sept. 3d 1844. special Administrater of
the estate Wm. L. Smith late of Muscatine county.
All persons having
against said estate will
present them to the Judge of Probata tor allowance
while those indebted thereto will make payment, to
CHARLES NEALY, Special Administer.
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS.
TOREC'D per S Ohio,
fine and large assort-
OSment of Boots, Shoes and B'ogans.-also, a
and country trade. For sale low by
Maitins old stand
Head Quarters for Bargains
Farmers and others in want of
GOOD AND CHEAP GOODS
will do well to give us
a call before purchasingelse
where our goods have been purchased principally in
NEW YORK & BOSTON
previous to tho late advances, by an experienced
merchant. We feel warranted in assuring pur
chasers that wc can give them much better bargains
than others, who have not e«iual facilities for pur
chasing in the
eastern market. Tim'a
Remember the place, „e*t GRCEN
o e O
CLOTUS AN1 CASSIMEUES.
TT KCK and BDUE Wool dyed Cbths and
of Fancy Cassinets, Saltinets, Sbeeps-Grey, Ken
For sale very cheap by
pounds sheared fleece
for which the subscribers will pay
per pound in cash^and goods.^
(Mnior of ma*
WCEltlES—CofTee, Sugar, Sal'rataa,
Molasses, Sperm Candles, Boston Soap, ect.
just received in addition to a large and general as
sortment, which wc will dispose of very cheap for
fash or produce. Oct 11 A G*u^f
QUEENS AND GLASS WARE.
per S Ohio,direct from New YdHt^
a large and general assortment of Crockery
Tor sal by Oct 11
GAITER BOOTS.—Ladies Black
and Colored Gaiter and 1-2 Gaiter Boots, tot
fealo very cheap by Oct 11 A GREEN
AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF TH&r
MASSACRE OF JOSEPH SMITH,
THE MORMON PROPHET, v*i
AND HVRUM SMITH, HtS BROTHER,
Together with a briel history of the rise and pro*r
jgress of MorruonUm, and all the circumstances
which led to their death, by G. T. M. Davis, of At*
Ion. Price 15 cts. For sale by v
11 A GREKST.
G. A. SALT—50 sticks A Salt just received
per steamer Monona, and for sale hy
Oct 11 A GREE?^
IWffOLASSES—-Just receivgd and lor sa.e by^
lfM Oct 11
BOOTS 4r SHOES—Just ree'd per Osprey,
large assortment of Boots, Shoes and Brogans, also
a good assortment of Ladies' Shoes, for sale by the
single pair or dozen, cheap for cash or produce, ljf
O I I A E E I V
1 5 0 0 o W i e
1.000 do Potatoes,
1,000 Dry Hides,
500 |l?s. Bees-wax,
ntes, says the Kniekerbhcker. mi^ht
improved eapeeiallj if they had the bad
taste to spread around them an atmo§»'
phere of ice." Not unfrequently, how
ever, will you find the officiaiinjr minter
ter the rarest wit, and pleaaenteat eomni*
ion of the whole mmblafe. Such an
one, was telling ue the other evening, of
a remark he once beard a married aftn
make, whose rib proved to be
half'* in the wrong sense of the -tanti*—
I loved my wife/' he satdr at first, if
much as any body ever
For the first two months, I actually want*
ed to eat her up and ever since then
been sorry I didnHV*
What a harriM*
You may talk' of ths bonds of affection,
Ihe ties of fellowship, and all that," says
rivrants, but I know of oo stronger attach*
tnent than that, wliich a sheriff entertains fot&}
^oor debtor who can't fork up."
^QUARE UP.—Those indebted to me by
K3* brok account, note or otherwise, are request*
ed call early and settle the same. Those faiUng to
pay up by the first of Nov. will have costs to nay
aud no mistake cict 11
SALT—50 Mils just
and for sale cheap for ensh or produce by
for sale by oct 11
Oft II A
"10TT0N YARN—Assorted, from No to 18.
on hand and for sale by
and others in want of Good and
cheap Goods, will do well to give os a call be*
fore purchasing elsewhere. Our goods have been
purchased principally in New York and Boston,
previous to the late advances, by an experienced
Merchant, wc feci warranted in assuring purchas
ers, that wc can give them much better bargains
than other* who have not equal facilities for
chasing in the Eastern Markets.
CHEAP FOR CASH OR PRODUCE.
OSEPII A GREEN haa just received per
steamer O.iprev, a large and general assort
ment of Tchnndizp, which they pledge themselves
to Si'Il as low as can be purchased in the Territory.
And any quantity of Butter and Eggs, and in &ct
all ki ids of Protluce, raised or manufactured by the
Farmers fiir all of Which the hiahest market pridl
will be paid. BRIDGMAN & WEED.
WA NTED!!! ^R,
10,000 Bushels Wheat, f,\
1 500 do Flax-seed^ •.
No. 1 Sccond street
Bloomington, Sep. 27, 1844.
By E. II. Robbing
COnNEU OF OI.IVK AND SF.CONH STREETS,
(Two squares from the River.)
ST. LOUIS, MO.'
OC/* All baggage taken to or from the steamboats
free of charge.
fore existing under the firm of Greep 41 Enders
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. "IPF
JOS. A GREEN,
Sept 16. 1844 WM ENDERS. li,,
"FM'OTICE—All persons indebted to the late firm
of Green & Endcrs», are requested to make
immediate payment to A Green, who is duly au
thorized to rcccive the same. JOS A GREEN
Sep 20 WM ENDERS
assortment of Fur, Cloth, 4"
Velvet CAPS, just ree'd and for sale low by
Sep 20 A GREEN.
NOTICE—All those iudebted to us by
Book Account, Note, or otherwise, re
quested to call early an settle the same. Thow
failing to pay by the 15th of October next, WiH
have to P^CMU, ami no
THE fall term of Mrs. E. R. STOCKER'3
school will commence on Monday the 16th of Sep
tember next, in the Episcopal Church Bl^ng.
ton. Sept. 0,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
J. BENNETT & Co., return their thank*. I»
the citizens of Bloomington and the surrounding
country for the liberal
of patronage i'«towed
upon them, and leg leave to inform them that the^
have jnst received from the eastern cilies a large
splendid assortment of foreign and domestic
—llj, uev offer for sale at very reduced prices, ftti
flatter themselves by their strict sttention to bu«£
iims they will merit and receive
the same liberal paitonage. Come dc see^no trooh^l
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