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TO MY WIFE.
MY to to 1 JOB BOLT OX AOOEBSOS, "rtrjH&eek is pole with many car*), Thy brow ia overcast, And iby fair face a shadow wear* That tella of sorrows past» But muaic hath thy tongue for ma How dark so'ere my lot may bo turn for comfort, love, to thee My beautiful, my wife. Thy gentle eyoa are not ao brighl As when I wooed thee first Yet atill they have the same sweet light Which long my heart hath nurst: They have the same enchanting beam Which charm'd me in love's early dream And still with joy on me they stream, My beautiful, my wife When all without looks dark and cold, And voices change their tone, Nor greet me as they did of old, I feel I am not lone Tor thou, my love, are aye the san* And looks and deeds thy faith proclaim, Tho' all should scorn, thou wouldst not blame, My beautiful, my wife! A shadow comes across my heart. And overclouds my fate, Whene'ie I think thou may'st depart And leave me desolate For as the wretch who treads aloifc Some gloomy path in wilds unkn*W*b Such should I be if thou wert gone, My beautiful, my wife! If thou wert dead the flowers might spring, But I should heed them not The merry birds might soar and dn| They could not cheer my lot. Before me dark despair would rise And soread a pall o'er earth and ikies, If shone no more thy loving eyes, My beautiful, my wife! And those dear eyes have shone thro* tears. But never /ooked unkind For shattered hopes and troub/ed jean Still closer seem to bind Thy pure and trusting heart to mine. Not for thyse/f didst thou repine, But all thy husband's grief was th§B^ My beautifu/, my wife When, at the eventide, I see My chi/dren throng around, And know the /ove of them and thee, My spirit sti// is bound To earth, despite ol every care: I fee/ my sou/can do and daro So /ong as thou my lot dost share, My beautifu/, my wife A HEROINE.—The La Grange (Texas) Courier, gives the following incident, which occurred near Douglass, Nacog doches county: A panther came into a house in which there was no person but a young lady and her brother. The young lady being very busy attending to her lit tle household affairs, did not &ee the pan ther until he had got entirely into the house, but so soon as she discovered him she seized hold of him and called to her little brother to bring her the axe.—After waiting some time for this weapon, still holding on to the panther, the young lady then told her brother to bring her a smoothing iron, with which she soon suc ceeded in putting the intruder to death. The screams of the heroine, during the encounter, were heard by some of the neighbors, who went immediately to as certain the cause, but when then arrived they found her the conqueror, and view ed, with much composure, the lifeless body of her frightful intrn Jer. THS RF.TUKN.—The return after long years of painful absence, to some place which has been the scene of former joys, and whence the force of circumstance and not of choice, has driven us, is oppressive the heart. There is a mixed sense of regret and rejoicing, which struggle for predominance we rejoice that our term of exile has expired, but we regret the years which that exile has deducted from the brief amount of human life, never to be recalled, and therefore, as so much lost us. We think of the wrong or the ca price of which we have been the victims, and thoughts will stray across the most confiding heart, if friends shall meet as fond'y as they parted or if time, while impressing deeper marks upon the out ward form, may have obliterated some im pressions within. Who has returned, af ter years of absence, however assured of the unflinching fidelity of love he left be hind, without saying to himself, in the pardonable yearning of his affections, Shall 1 meet 6miles as bright as those that used to welcome me Shall I be pressed as fondly within the arms, whose encompassment were to me the pale of earthly enjoyment OLD AGS.—Age eajl 80 PT OUR OPINION.—OowTTr., FOR WHAT IS A SWIMMING all ie dark and unlovely, says the old bard of Scotland, and so it sometimes is. But it need not bo. Let youth be spent wight, let the health of the body, and the im provement of the mind be cared for—let the faculties of the soul be expanded and all its nofcle powers developed, and we shall in the decline of lire grow brighter and brighter, un to the perfect day. For ourselyear we love the aged. We love to draw out their stories of rich experience in regard to religion or to business, and we love to hear them speak in the rapture of faiih of that great ocean ©n Which they are 10 MOTHER RBSFONIBLB —A mother is usually also a wife, and has the management of a family and a di rect influence over those within her ap propriate sphere. She, in subordination of course to her head, has the seat of au« thority and wields the sceptre of govern ment. From a position of entire depen dence she has risen to power and tank and though her throne may be in a cot tag, and her dominion the little world of household affairs, yet is she not the less really responsible, than is that youthful queen who now sways a sceptre over the four quarters of the eailh. But for what is she responsible She is responsible for the nursing and rearing of her progeny for their physi cal constitution and their growth their exercise and proper sustenance in early life, A child left to grow up deformed, bloated, or meagre, is an object of mater nal negligence. She is responsible for a child's habits including cleanliness, order, conversation, eating, sleeping, manners, and general propriety of behavior. A child deficient or untaught in these particulars, will prove a living monument of parental disregard because, generally speaking, a mother can, if she will, greatly control children in these matters. She is responsible for their deportment. She can make them fearful and cringing she can make them modest or impertinent ingenious or deceitful mean or manly clownish or polite.—The germ of all these things is in childhood, and a mother can repress or bring them forth. She is responsible for the principles which her children entertain in early life. For her it is to say whether those who go forth from her fireside shall be imbued with sentiments of virtue, truth, honor, honesty, temperance, industry, benevo lence and morality, or those of a contrary character—vice, fraud, drunkenness, idle ness, covetousness. These last, will be found to be of the most natural growth but on her is devolved the daily, hourly task of weeding her little garden, of eradi cating these odious productions, and plant ing the humsn heart with the lily, the rose and the amaranth, that fadeless flower, emblem of truth. She is, to a very considerable extent, responsible for the temper and disposition of her children. Constitutionally they may be violent, irritable, or revengeful but for the regulation or correction of these passions a mother is responsible. She is responsible for the intellectual acquirements of her children, that is, she is bound to do what she can for this ob ject. Schools, academies, and colleges open their portals throughout our land and every mother is under heavy respon* sibilities to see that her sons and daugh ters have all the benefits which these af ford, and which their circumstances will permit them to enjoy. She is responsible for their religious ed ucation. The begining of all wisdom is the fear of God and this every mother must teach.-Reverence for God. acquaint ance with his word, respect for the duties and ordinances of religion, are within the ability of every parent to implant ar.d if children grow up ignorant or regardless of the Bible and the Savisr, what mother, when she considers the wickedness of the human heart, can expect them to rise up and cail her blessed?—Mother's Journal. IN THE OUR DUTY.—We n^°r8 ^ecause 1" soon? DEAD SEA.—I Bath ed in the Dead oea. The pround cover ed by the water sloped so gradually, that I was not only forced to sneak in,' but to walk through the water nearly a quarter of a mile before I could get out of my depth. When at last I was able to attempt to dive, the salts held in solution made my eyes smart so sharply, that the pain which I thus suffered, added to the weak ness occasioned by want of food, made me giddy and faint for some moments but I eoon grew better. I knew beforehand the impossibility of sinking in this buoy ant water But I was surprised to find that I could not swim at my accustomed pace my legs and feet were lifted so high and dry out of the lake, that my stroke was baffled, and I found myself kicking against the thin air instead of the dense fluid upon which I was swimming. The water is perfectly bright ami clear its taste detestable. After finishing my attempts at swimming and diving, I took some time in regaining the shore & before I began to dress, I perceived that the sun had already evaporated the water that clung to me, and that my skin was thickly crusted with sulphate of magnesia. —Traces of Travel. SCHOOL. THE undersigned announces to the citizens of Bloomington that he will open a school on Monday, Dec. 16th, in the room formeily occupied by the Congregational Society, on Seond Street, where instruction will be given in the various branches of an English education. Entrance to the school room one door east of Mr. Fenimore's drug store. M. T. EMERSON. Dec. 13,1844. POCKET BOOK LOST. 4 OS,TTvon ifW FLOTNMI :l?8tmgweallh,de*9 not procure happiness •ays— Aman who owns a small farm •ma.l house, a small wife, a big dog, a the fiflh farrow cow, two or three fat pigs, and nine cbildran inst- between Bloomington M^and Davenport, a large calfskin pocket book containing $25 in Indiana paper, and notes and pa pers of no use to any other person than the under signed as payment has been stopped on the notes. I he money will be given to the finder as a reward for the return of the book and papers to A. Ogilvie & Co., Bloomington, Inslcy 4- Owens at Daven port, or the undersigned at Quincy, III. RASSELAS 8ARTLB. Boomln gtoo, Nov. 16, '44—tf. REMOVAL. J, Bennett & Co* Hof AS removed to the brick store,^ second west the American House, on Second Btree Bloomington, Iowa. GREAT ARRIVAf. '1*' I OF FALL, JIJVD WiJVTEK GOODS, direct from the cities of NEW YORK and BOS» TON, now receiving at the brick atore on Second street, the largest, cheapest and best selected stock of goods ever imported to the city of Bloomington, Iowa. J. BENNETT & Co., would inform the citi zens of Bloomington and vicinity generally, that having just received from Boston, at which place they have carefully selected their fall and winter gocds, adapted to the market assigned, feel conn dent of satisfy ing' all who may favor them with a call, with goods at prices not to be undersold, eith er at wholesale or retail, west of Lake Michigan. Economy should always be considered—call and examine our goods, a part of which may be foftndv at prices to suit purchasers. PATENT 1 should not rest from our we have defeated the enemy. Democratic principles are for the future as well as the present, and to perpetuate these we must labor on—Platte Argus. 4- Dry €ioods# A large assortment of BIL, Blue black, Invisib.e Green, and Blue Broad Cloths Blue-black and Cadet mixed Casimerc, Blue, Dlack and Cadet m'x'd Sattinet, blue, black and brown Pilot Cloth Pius, English, French and American Prints a va riety of new patterns, fine, superfine, plain and fig'r'd Alapacca, Mous. de Lain. Edinboro' and Highland Plaid Shawls, Merino, Mous.de Lain and a variety of fancy H'd'k's, Hard and Easy Times, black, brown and figured 6-4 Merino, a variety of Irish Linens, Check, Cambricks, Gloves, Hosery buckskin Mittens end Gloves. Large assortment of brown Domestic, l)alley's bleached Sheeting, Ticking, white and red Flannels, Ac, 4*5* great variety of other goods. Groceries* Coffee, brown and loaf Sugar, Young Hyson and Imperial Tea, Molasses, Pepptr, Alspice, Gin ger, Cinnamon, Tobacco, Sperm and Tallow Can dles, Bar and Casteel Soap, Powder, Shot, Lead, Pcrcus. Caps, Indigo, Madder Copperas, Alowes. A general assortment of Nails, 2d 4d 5d 6d 8d lOd 20d. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HARD AND QUEENS-WARE. ALSO—A large assortment of BOOTS and SHOES. Jill ktm&» of Product taken in exchange for Good*, Oct 1§, 1»44. *1 KAA BEEF CATTLE wanted immedi atcly by J. BENNETT 4 Co. 10t i Bush, dried Apples just rec'd and for sale by J. BENNETT Co. E.VIP—10 tons Hemp wanted, for which Cash will be paid by [April 13] BENNETT ISSOURI To!»acco—9 boxes Missouri manu facture received per S Iowa this day on consignment and for sale low by May 10 EDWARDS 4* TAYLOR OR!ED APPLES—100 bushels dried apples just received on consignment and for sale at St. Louis priccs by E, B. KINSON. June 14 WINDOW GLASS, ,8 by 10 10 by 12 12 by 16 12 by 18 Putty alwavs on hand and for sole by GERDEN 1 IMPROVED DIAMOND PI.OLOH. i)HE unilorsigrne would inform the Farmers o the surrounding country,that he has on hand, and is prepared to manufacture to order, the Patent Improved Diamond Plough, which he warrants to scour in use. Wherever this plough has been u*d, so as to become known, they are sought and used in preference to the many others whuae puffs are made to fill columns of the public journals. They wn be had with or without the stocks. He is also prepared, at his shop on Second street, near the steam mill, and directly opposite the new brick row, to do and perform any thing in the Black smithing line, in a mannar that flatters himael cannot fail to give satisfaction atid with that dis patch so agreeable to a man in a hurry. March 14,'44 D. G. BABCOCK. |j|$QUARE UP.—Those indebted to me by book account, note or otherwise, are request ed call early and settle the same. Those failing to pay up by the first of Nov. will have costs to pty and n# mistake oct 11 J. R. BENNETT ENLOUR,19 by the barrel, for sale by TAKE Jan FULTON A LEMP. SALT. barro,s sa,t j°st rec'd and for sale by •i vU May 31* J. R. BENNETT. NOTICE—All those iudebtedto us by Book Account, Note, or otherwise, are re quested to call early an settle the same. Those failing to pay by the 15th of October next, will have to pay costs, and no mistake. sep 13 '44 A. OGILVIE CO. WANTED! II 10,000 Bushels Wheat, 1,600 do Flax-see#, 1,500 do White Beans, 1,000 do Potatoes, 1,000 Dry Hides, 500 lbs. Bees-wax, A»d any quantity of Butter and Eggs, and in fact all kiiids of Produce, raised or manufactured by the Farmers for all of which the highest market price will be paid. BRIDGMAN & WEED. 11 MOLASSES—Just No. 1 Second street. Bloomington, Sep. 27,1844. Cs IOTTON YARN—Assorted, from No 6 to 12 on hand and for sale by °ctu A GREEN FARMERS 8 and others in want of Good and cheap Goods, will do well to give us a catt be fore 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. tot receivgdand for sajebv Oct 11 A GREEN. OCKINGHAM FLOUR—Superior Rock jnghara flour, al B*IDEI*Air FT WBZB*S BOSTON NAILS A WINDOW GLASS— Rec'd pet Osprey 20 kegs No 3,4, 6,8,10,12 and and 20 py Boston Nails Also, 20 boxes 8x10 and 10x12 Window Glass, for sale cheap by aug 30 DUBUQUE C. H. 6 CASSIMER—A s II DOUGHERTT SEEDS an assortment for sale by EDWARDS TAYLOR FLAXSEED tV BEESWAX wanted for which the highest market price will lie paid in cash or goods by EDWARDS 4" TAYLOR A GREEN. money received at par for GOODS at the lowest specie prices by Apr 19 EDWARDS & TAYLOR. HUZt.1 FOR PITTSBURG. rflHE subscriber has on hand about 25,000 Staves JL of the first quality, and now standi ready to furnish the Merchants in Bloomington, with Poik Barrels upon as reasonable terms as they can be ob tained in the Territory. WM. BEVARD. Mount Arrarat, June 7, 1844—31—tf. MOUSLIN DE LANES AND PRINTED LAWNS. REC'D per S Ohio, a beautiful assortment of Mouslin De Lanes and Printed Lawns, to gether with a general asssortment of DRY GOODS, Consisting of Light and Dark Calicoes, Pantaloon stuffs, Testings, Irish Linens, Cambric, Jaconet, Mull, Swiss and Book Muslins, Netts, Insertings, Edgings, Hosiery, Sewings, Ribons, Suspenders, Umbrellas Parasolss,&c &c For sale low by Oct 11 A W. FRYE having left the Iowa HodHfr Would say to all, Both great and small, omepay me what's my due For I declarc, And almost swear, I do not like to sue, But shall. Bloomington Aug. 22,1844. GREEK •. tfTOTMCB* BUTCHER I.VC. ST A11L. would inform dealers in Beef and Pork in this place, as well as atock farm ers, that they are 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 L'K, Brown, Green 6-4 Merino just rec'd and for sale by sel3 BENNETT 4* Co L'K Blue-Black, and Invisible Green Btoad Cloths just received and for sale by sep 13 J. ILAPACCA—llue, BENNETT A Co Black, Plain and Figured Alapacca just rec'd and for sale by sep 13 BENNETT A CO ED, White, and Yellow Twil'd Flannel for sale by sep 13 BENNETT & Co COTTON Batting, Flanel and Candle Wick just received and for sale by sep 13 BENNETT A Co splendid assortment just rec'd and for sale by J. BENNE IT A Co. ATTINETT—A spledid assortment just rec'd and for aale by scl3 BENNETT 4" CO ,'K, BLUE BLACK Pilot Cloths just rec'd *•ind for sale by se!3 J. BENNETT 4* CO EMXIA—FARR's Fatent TRUSSES, for the cure of rupture in iles, for salo by sep 13 J. 13. DOUGHKRTY. NOTICE. The undersigned has been duly appointed by let ters dated Sept. 3d 1844, special Administrator o the estate Wm. L. Smith late of Muscatine county. All persons having claims against said estate will present them to the Judge of Probate (or allowance, while those indebted thereto will make payment, to CHARLES NEALY, Special Administer. Sept 3d. 1844.— 44-3t BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS. rijREC'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 city and country trade. For sale low bv J. A GREEN Oct 11 at A Maitins old stand FARMERS' STORE. Head Qaarfcrs for Dnrgains Farmers and others in want of GOOD AMD CIIEIP GOODS will do well to give us a call before purchasing else where our goods have been pnrchased principally in NEW YORK & BOSTON previous to the late advances, by an experienced merchant. We feel warranted in assuring pur chasers that we can give them much bolter bargains than othera, who have not equal facilities for pur chasing in the eastern market. Remember the place, next door to Capt. Jim's Hotel. Oct 11, A GREEN CLOTHS AS*) CA8SIMEHK8, BLACK and BDUE *'ool dyed Cloths and Cassimeres, together with a general assortment of Fancy Cassinets, Sattinets, Sheeps-Grey, Ken tucky Jeans, &c. For sale very chcap by Oct U. A GREEN WOOJL. Krvrvrv pounds sheared fleece wool wanted, OUUv for which the subscribers will pay twentf-fFve cents per pound in cash and goods. Oct 11 A GREEN FAIX AND WINTER GOODS. J. BENNETT A Co., return their thanks to the citizens of Bloomington and the surrounding country for the liberal share of patronage bestowed upon them, and beg leave to inform them that they have just received from the eastern cities a large and splendid assortment of foreign andjjdomestic BWtjr $&<&£> which they offenor sale at very reduccd prices, and flatter themselves by their strict attention to busi ness they will merit and receive a continuance of the same liberal patronage. Come A see, no trouble to show goods. Bloomington, Sept. 6, 1844. y, DISSOLUTION—Tho Copartnership her .to- fore existing under the firm of Green 4-Enders is this day dissolved by mutual consent. JOS. A GREEN, Sept ie. 1844 WMF ENDER^ T^TOTICE—-All persons indebted to the late firm JL^ of Green A Endcrs, are requested to make immediate payment to A Green, who is duly au thorized to receive the same. JOS A GREEN Sep 20 WM ENDER3 LOOKING-GLASS PLATES. by 12 $ 12 by (6 inchest All of which will be sold exceedingly low for cash or conn try produce by May 31 J.R.BENNETT. CHEAP FOR CASH OR PRODUCE. JOSEPH A GREEN haa just received per steamer Osprcy, a large and general assort ment of -rchandize, which they pledge themselves to sell as low as can be purchased in the Territory. Oct 11 A GREEN BOOTS 4• SHOES—Just rec'd per Osprey, a large assortment of Boots, Shoes and Brogans, also a good assortment of Ladies' Shoes, for sale by the single pair or dozen, chsap for BOOTS AMD SHOES. THEsubscriber has just rec'd, EVA* GAITUEII, WOODS, CHIITSTIE A on consignment, a !ar®« 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 calf and kip boots, calf and morocco nuHifi ers, leather pumps and slippers, Boys boots, Chil drens shoes assOrtedkinds and sizes. All of whickt? will bo sold very low for cash or approved trade. Aug 9 E. B. KINSON. JOHN BENNETT, FOrteardins and Commi**ion FANCY PRINTS. 100 Pieces Chintz, black and white Ginghams, Prints—new style,Scotch Gingham,Lace Lawns— new stylo. Painted Muslin, do. Cassimere, Ham. Vesting, Ladies fancy Cravats, Mous de Laines, Shawls, Hdkf's, Fancy Cotton Cravats, Musquito Bars, Ladies Mitts, India Rubber, &c., Cotton Gloves, Bl'k Kid, and Lace do., Palm Hats, white and black Wadding. A General Assortment of Spool ('otton, Patent Thread, «fc., Sewing Silk of all qualities. A general assortments of Buttons— Pantaloons, Silver, Strap, Peurl, Shirt and Childrens fancy dress do., assorted Combs of all qualities, as sorted Cotton Hose and Half Hose, bl'k Silk Cra vats, Bibbons, &c. German and Ounce Pins, Nee dles, Knitting do. Burlaps,Brown Drillings,etc.etc. Ready IVIade Clothing. Tweed Cassimere Pants, black Camblett, plaitt Gambroon, Linen Drill, Scotch Plaid, Blue mixed Keemblin, Cottonadc, Plaid Lama Cloth, Cord Drill, fifty Jeans Vests, Marssillcs, Cassimere, Chally's, Plaid, figuicd Silk Valentia, Jeans, and Sattinett. Coats—Plaid, Linen, Driil, Sack, figu red Chamblin, Yellow Linen, Cotton Plaid Dress, figured Chamblen, do. Plaid Lama Sack, Heavy Sack, Cotton Plaid Dress, large size do. figured Kcinblin Dress, Scotch Plaid Sack, Dark Cotton Dress Suspenders Stocks, &c. Hats. 2 Doz. Russia Brush 1 dozed For, of a superior quality and very cheap. Boots and Shoes. Men's Seal, Kip and Calf 3 doz. YVos. Sea R.R fKid, French do. Misses Mo. Boots Was. Shoes. Sugar, Tea, ColTee, Molasses, Salt, Ginger, Salt peter, Alum, Pepper, Nutmegs. Alspice, Cloves, Powder, Shot, Starch, Tobacco of all kinds liquors of all kinks—among which may be found old Poit, old Madeira, Holland Gin, and Qr. cask Cognac Brandy, Whiskey, Rum, &c. Soaps, Paints, Oils, Dye StutFs. l?Ierficin* §. &c. Painters Brushes. Ghss, IG 1-2 Boxes 10 by 12, 16 do. 8 by 10 luuibar'o Powder, Maccoboy Snufl", White Lead, Chrome Green, Chrome Yeilow 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 do. Batemans Drops, Godfreys Coruial, Whiting, Red Precipitate, Gum Camphor, PaintBrushes, Sash do.. Wall do., Hairdo. Quills, Seidletz Powders, Bristol Brick, Copal Varnish, common scruhding Brushes, Spirit Gas, Sulphur, Copperas Epsom Salts, Red Lead, Borax, Gum Aloes, Cinnamon, Chalk. Indigo, fancy washing and shaving Soap. Glue, Candies—Sperm and Tal low, Hartshorn, Magnesia, Sweet Oil, Mustard for Plasters, do. for table use, Blacking and blacking Brushes, Wafers, Cork?, 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 faucetts, 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, parlcment 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's to 20's, hooks and eyes, sprigs assorted, rought nails, coffin screws, strap hinges, sand paper, sad irons, slates, candle wick, cork inkstands, waiters, hammers, bolts, wood rasps,carpenterspencils, In flII .11 ercMmt and Uealer in Produce, FNONT ST., BLOOMINGTOIT, IOWA. KeferctKcs: ROGERS* BHOTREI.,^ CINCINN8TI 0MO. Co. ALDUICH.PARKMAK BEAL H. RICHABDSOX April 26. gt Louk Q" Co. Balt.Md. DORSET 4" NELSJS, 5 BnonEcK, WOODS Removal—New Goods, JingaboveBENNETTA. OHN R. has removed to the build the Store of Ogilvie 4" Co. on Wa ter 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 ill* 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 Cassiineres, Assorted Bleached Cottons, Brown Holland, Caa» vass, Padding, Cotton Yarns, &c. wood ssw blades, gun flints etc. etc. A General Assortment of Tin Ware, Qneensware* Britaniatca sets, China sets, from 32 to 66 ps. 60 sets common tea's 4single sets china tea's 6 sets improved china, granite coflec's and tea's do. do. granite dinner and breakfast plates, dripping dowls, glass 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, Twif lers soaps, print do., muffins 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 cofTees, edged Twiflers, assorted bowls of all sizes, bake pans, wash bowls, pitchers, pink, blue and brown sets of coffee's, dinner and breakfast sets plates, glass lanterns, do. castors, ctc. etc. Leather of all kinds. TMoomington, April 26—25-tf. WHEAT, K cash or produce, by CM 11 A GREEN. Oats, Corn, Potatoes, Lard, and Ba con wanted, lor which the highest marke price will be paid in Cash or Goods, by April 12 BENNETT YDRAULIC CEMENT—10 bbls. just rec'd andforsale.by Nov 3 BENNETT ANAHWA salt ground alum do for sale by EDWARDS 4 TAYLOR WANTED—Wheat, Corn, Oats, Beeswax, Hides, Hemp, 4-c., for which we will pay lha highest market price, and set) goods at the low set caahpric* A ®mi» trivet & Chair makino. Vbrton* tranche,, and JOHN J. F1TTON OBEATFUL for the past favors htv ceived trom the public in genual friends in particular, would annoiijico to it WINDSOR CHAIR MAKING, info is now going to enler largely. wiH afford tonity to the public of being supplied cn th reasonable teims. 49 Bloomirgton 0^ pay"*"*- 13ay Sea St. Groceries. LUMBER.—50,000 15 M" 'iVron hi| he still carries on at the old stand, where v '.'-M prepared to execute all orders in hisiin The liberal patronage he has already the best testimonial of the manner in ®i Y*3 public appreciate his merits. c" :U JOHN J. FITTON, Hthe 4 Co., ew Orleans, La. AVING purchasod Wolfenbergrr'* ral(,M manufacture of the Bee I»a!ace and most improved thing of the kind ever Z.T before the public, calculated for three «*, JT! forms a beautiful piece of furniture «s t(r I' front of the drawers afford a pleasing tL, naturalist and the curious to see these uifJ dustrious little insects at worl(, fr„ln *L house honey can be taken at all sensor* without destroying the 13re, the whole i !J U|r- CfJ i v doors and kept in the house to uhkh a CCirr tion is admitted through from il)e 0ut,jtv furmer and all house kecpcrr, this jg a tgj profitable piece of furniture end will tf ,, g0 ble, producc taken, even silver will o«t te s:d rf'f., A PROCLAMAlTox W of food to the hungry am! I weary, as well as a "horn to tLe drv posssession of that large and Second street, Bloomington Iowa.forn erlv .i dence of His Hon J. Wi|liBnjff and make known to the *or!d tbat om red at the sign of Capt. Jim, to.,f(),nn oJate lu who may call upon me, in a saii,rarforv lim, otherwise they go scot free. That this*9lliUc„.J may the more fallv prove true,] Lervl.v declareVjl makeknown that ihefollowingaretr.v charrrj I of which the best the market can art fureiVfU Single meal Board per day, with lodging Three days, per day. Per week One horse feed Horse per night week All other bills in proportion. I, theHiJt^ Jim do hereby further declare, to those iridtLtec me for eating, sleeping, drinking, or ujon 2d fi SO flto II 5S 1 IS CM:- of any kind whatsoever, tljat urilew tin rone? ward immediately and make sutlfimni, Mir e Scott was never in Scotland if I dont wd icon blc after them to bring them to "taiv,"IO look for Matthews or Musgaave. Thankful for past favor«, he hopes to rwfi*e share of public patronage corresponding tiiih hii forts to ministerto the tastes and rendercumfoili! those who may favor him with their patronsee. CAPT. JIM PARME Bloomington, July 7, 18-13.—C-tf. Ready made Ciofhin EC'D per Steam Boat Ohio, direct fruiiji' York, a general assortment of clothing. Cor.l sisting of Sack Coats, Satt. Dress do. P«nt», &c. For sale low by JOS A. GREEN. feet Pine Lumber, jiati- ceivcd on consignmer.t, anu for sale! v E. B. KINSON. TAI1. bbls. tar received on consignmeBtmJ'1 sale at St. Louis prices by May 17. E. B. KINSOS. SAI.T. bbls. Kanawha salt for sale lr E.B.KIN'J A THICK BOOTS. superior article, for sale by May 17. E. KlMSffl* CyC\ boxes 8 by 10 and 10 by 2 glasa, juJ and for sale May 10 J. BENNETT & Cft K bags Rio cofiee just rec'd nnd fornMf OU May 10 J- BENNETT*Ujj CI bbls N O sugar just rec'd and for sale• ty Jd O May 10 J. BENNETT EIGHT thousand yards 4-4 donicflic '"I and for sale by J.BEKNEfl^^jl UEENS and hardware just rec'd and by J. BENNETT & May 10 1 AAA lbs assorted no cotton Ju!t 1 \J Bnd for sale 20 fr7.,_vVPTT c,tT9 & C»| May 10 JJBENNET1_^J WANTED. f..,,hic!il A RLE Y—2000 bushels Bfrle?:L highest market price will!* I^kgr April 12 FLAX-SEED—1000 for wich highest price w'« or goods by April 12 April 12 .RESSED FLAX—2000 t"- D"5* RESSED FLAX—2000 for which the highest Pr'c^£.\.V^1 April 12 JUST RECEIVED 6 doz pairs of ladie's kid ®'i.PPersTft' ever before offered in this please call and examine. HEIO'*' May 10 BENNETT WANTED* 5,000 lbs Seneca Snake Root, ^jj 5,000 do Ginseng Root, ft* market price will be given April 19—24-tf. N hand, a large assortment ofd'? Kcr6cy3y Ticking! Checks, lnsn Chusans, Mousde Laines, CAPS—A a !'.13 ii If U n P'a'irt, -at, 3 bushel F^ "3 the P-'dic V 10 D-'S of K lve Lira w -«t1 5 •t of 'liorg [-it, V0 ptive flariem waiei lament Ners p®3 droi ri,it L'"e"f'j^i I Cloths, Ladies Shawls, 4 i Ja" splendid assoitmc» °j. ^APS^*!* Veb«trc« am u^!# ItfJ,