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HE LADIES.
Genuine balm of Columbia, for ruing than
Hair.
*'J*ong hair is a glory 10 womin,"»ji Paul,
And ell feel ll)» truth of the pious qnotation
IVrservett then, dailies—your glory may fail,
Unless you protect it with thin preparation.
If you wish i rich, luxuriant head of hair free
from dandruffanil scurf, do no' fail to procure the
genuine Balm ol'Columbia. In raws of baldness
it will more than exceed your expectation*. Many
•vljo have lost their hair for twenty years have had
it restored to il» original perfection by the use of this
halm. Age, state or condi.
ion appears to be no ob
stacle whatever it also cause* the fluid to flow with
which the delicate hair tultes is filled, by which
means thousands (whose hair was grey as the Asi
atic eagle) have had their hair restored to its natur
al color by this invaluable remedy. In all cases of
fevrr it will be found the most pleasant wash that
ran le useJ, A few application? only are necessary
to keep the hair from (idling outr It strengthen*
the rwjts.it never fails to imparl a rich glossy ap
pearance, and as a jierfume for the toilet it is une
qualled it holds three limes as much as other mis
called hair restoratives and is more eflictunl.
0* Caution.—-Seirr buy it utiles* you find the
name of Conitx-k $• Co., Proprietors, on the wrap
per «'f each tmtlle, or you are cheated with coun
terfeit article.
Conners Magical pain Extractor-—-the tvorlcTs
Wonder—pronounced so by all who have used
it.
White Swellings. Incarnation, pain in the hack
weak limbs, tender or sore feet, and all scrofulous
•ores are speedi) and permanently cured by (Jon,
nel's Magical Pain Extractor. A fleet
ions of the
luugs, ague iri the face, breast, tic doloreaux, chron
ic sore eves, blistered surface*, £e. I' is equally
beneficial in all kinds of infl.imrnmory disesases.
such as Hire Nipples ami Eyes, Sprains. Rheuma
tism, White Swellings and Ulcers', Bruises, Burns.
Chilblains Erysipelas, Biles,*4c., will quickly be
relieved by the application of this sn|ve. This re
mar .able tanative possesses m:.ny virtues never
found in any other article. It has the most perfect
power over pains by tire, positively allaying the suf
ferings almost immediately upon its application.—
If any disbelieve the stateintuls, we would earnest
ly invite them to ca I and examine the numerous
Unsolicited certificates el remarkable cuie wrought
by this salve. It lias for months pa.-t lieen sold up
on the following terms, to wit—If the user was not
perfectly satisfied. and even delighted with i s el
lects, and furthermore, if it did not fully answer our
recommendation*, their money was returned iniMie
diately at their request. On these terms this abso
lute heal-all is new sold, and we simply ask if the
public can demand anything more reasonable. Kino
parent keep it constantly on hand, in cases of acci
dent by fire lite may be lost without it, but by i's
use all burns are subject to its control, unless the vi
tals are de»royed.
Caution—No Pain Extractor can le genu
ine .inless\oti find the signature of Coins i cli V
Co*, on ltie Wia, per of each box. lieu are ul the
CMiulerleit.
_» i
Long'ey'* gr-iaX Western Indian Pur.a-tcm
1st— For U »IJs and Fcve.sh ieclings and pre*
tentmg Fevers.
Sd —For Asthma, Liver Complaint and Bilious
a fleet ions.
3d—For Diarrhoea, Indigestion and Loss of Ap
petite.
4th—For Costiveness in females and males, and
Nervous complaints.
itii—For Sioinach afTections, Dyspepsia Piles,
Rheumatism. &c.
THE GREAT POINTS are, it is not bad to take.
ne\er give# FAIN and NEVER ieaves one COS
TIVE!!
For all these things it is warranted unequalled,
and all who do not find it so may return the bottle
and ge their money, tJoinstock V Co., Proprietors,
C9, Second Street St. Loiiis.
Dr. Larzetti's Juno Cordial tr Procreative Elixer
For both male and female—prescribed as an ef
fectual lestoralive in cases of debility, impotency, or
barrenness,and all irregularities ot i.ature. It is a I
hat it professes to be, viz: Nature's grand resiora
tve niid remedyr lor those in the married Mate with
cut ollspring. It ha been used with complete sue
pess by some of the lirst families ot this city, and
oroved itself to be a boon, which has Iteeu the causs
sf blessings of priceless value, by acting as n restor
ative to remedy these inexplicable irregularities feo
natuie, the existence of which renders the married
state a Itarren waste and void of happiness. For
chronic cases of Leucorrhofct aud ciwupiatRta of tbi
nature, it is a certain cure. i
Deafness.
jfceDr. McNatr's ACOUSTIC OIL, for (be cure
oft
)eafncss. Also, all ihoi-c disagreeable noises like
the buzzing of injects, tailing of water, whizzing of
Ktfarr. winch arc symptoms ol approaching deafness.
Many persons who have been deaf lor ten. fifteen,
years, and were sul'jici to use eartiumpets, have,
after using one or two bottles, thrown aside these
trum(ets, being made perfectly well. It has cured
rases of ten, fifteen, and even thirty years standing
ei Deafness. Price J1 per flask.
To the Public.
The original and genuine Magical Pain Extrac
tor, sold by Comstock & Co., is a sovereign remedy
for Burns, Scalds, Sore Eves, and Nipples. Frysipe
las. Barber's Itch, Cuts, Eruptions of the Skin, 4c.
Caution— Dalley's original and only Genuine
Magical Pain Extractor will be sold to merchants,
at 69. Seconal Street St. Louis, so they ccn make
100 per cent on it. Also. JEW DAVID'S, or HE
DREW
PLASTER. The only genuine.
New Discovery.
Of. Connell's Mixture, for Gonorrhoea and Glee
^Whial Effusbns and Weakness of ihe T'tera o
Bladder. This mixture contains no injurious arti
cle whatever, but possesses tonic pro|eriie8 of rea
afficHcy.and moic congenial to the constitution, than
any medicine used for these complaints. Freed
from the nauseating qualities attending Copaiva and
the common mixtures, it will be found agreeable to
the palate and pleasant to the 6tomach, and will
c.'ire any case, or all pay is refused for it. It is e
qually good and certain for females. Sold only at
69, Second Street, St. L°uis.
Dr. Spohris Side Headache Reme fy.
Why will you suffer with thru distressing com
plaint, when a remedy is at hand that will not tail
lo cure you 1 This remedy will effectually destioj
any attack of headache, either nervous or bilious.—
It has cured cases of twenty years' standing.
Mother s Relief—Indian Discovery.
All expecting to liecome mothers and anxious te
avoid the pains,distress and dangeis of childbearing,
are earnestly entreated to calm their tearg, allay their
nervousness, and soothe their way bv the use of this
most extraordinary vegetable production. Those
twho will candidly oliserve its virtues, must approve
r»f it in llieii hearts every kind and affectionate hus
band will feel it his most solemn dutv to alleviate
Ihe distress his wife is -xposed to, bv a safe and
certain method, which, is, tbe.uae of ibis Mother's
elief.
For Sale. l:v
COMSTOCK & BROTHER, 69 Second street
St. I^uis, Mo.
y^OMSTOOK 4 Co., 21 CourtlanJ et, N. Y.
FAY, Bloomington, Iowa,
AQgust 5, 1848—1 !5-y.
T. H. A VAN AUG II,
O U E A O
and General Commission and Forwarding
Merchant,
Commercial St., St. Lnuis, Mo.
Particular attention pniJ to sales of Flour, with
all grades of which he is practically acquainted,
Ht. Louis, Dcc. 15, 1848. 7—if.
J. SCOTT IUCI1MAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BUKIMINOTOX, I
JWA.
Dr. Charles P. Hastings,
OFFERS
his professional services to the citi­
zens of Bloomington and vicinity. Rooms
over Wallace & Blading's Store, S C. Hastings'
bui'ding. [Dec. 8. '43—6-tf.
Land warrants.
THE
Subscribers keep constantly on hand, for
sale low, for cash or on lime, u supply of Laud
Warrants, guaranteed genuine.
SIGHT
o
COOK 4-SARGBANT.
Dayenport Nov. 11, 1648—"if.
Exchange.
BILLS, on New York and St. Lou's,
in sums to suit purchasers, at fair rales.for sale
COOK SA RUE ANT.
Davenport Nov. 11, 1848-3—if.
T)D LIDS foi sale by
August 19
W M00RB
Drugs and Ifledicines.
WE
have just received a splendid and fresh
supply of Drugs and Medicines of all de
scriptions direct from Philadelphia, and other eas
tern cities. Physicians shop furniture wilh window
nnd all decriptions of hollow glass ware. We will
sell medicines at from 10 to 15 per cent cheaper
than has ever been sold in this pi ire for prompt
pat wheat, onts and shelled corn will be received
in payment at the highest cash rates when deliver
ed promptly at lliet-me stipulated. We warrant
all medicines leaving this house,and should any be
found to be impure or adulterated they may Ite re
turned within thirty days from sale, wben the mon
ey will be promptly refunded.
Also, in store a lanre supply of turpentine, oils,
varnish, white and red ad, with nil other paint*,
paint brushes and every olhet nr'icle usually found
iu a city dru!! sto'e—together wilh nails, groceries
and all descriptions of dvcstnfl^.ccllon yarns, bran
dies and wines for medical purposes, warranted
pure. HARLOW, MEREDITH Co.
June 24, 1848—107—tf. By J. S. Fenimore.
EVERY
thing that is usually kept by merchants
in this country, will he found in ur establish
inent, at prices heretofore unprecednted. (2-tf)
Ihe ELECTUARY contains no miner*I
medicine, and is perfectly sule under all cir
cHn si*ncfB. If i»ken ar rding todirections,
•a cure for life is puarranteed.
Cure in St. Louis of eight years standing.
ST. LOUIS, MO.. Aug. 4. 1^47.
Dr. Easterly, Sir—This is to cenfy, that
my wife has been afflicted with Piles »or about
eight years. Her suffering I need not attempt
to describe. Several of our most eminent
Physicians attended her, and some of their
proscriptions seemed to afford temporary re
lief, while others aggravated the disease
Seeing the advertisement of Dr. Upharri's
Vegetable Pile Electuary I was induced to
make a trial of it. One half box performed a
perfect cure ar.d she is now rid of every
sympum of the disease. I hflie^e it to he a
valuable remedy far the Piler, and would ear
nest'y reenn rneed it lo ull wiio axe afflicted
tfctt painful disease.
Your grateful friend,
GEO McPHETERS.
Residence on Centre St., between Market
and Walnut.
07-For sale by Dr. E. EASTERLY, at
the City Family Medicine Store, Soi|i|i-easi
corner of Third and Chestnut sis., St, Louis,
Mo. Sole agent for ihe W"e9t.
Also for sale by P. FAY. Druggist, agent
for Bloomington. and J. F. TALL ANT.
Burlignton A. SANDERS, Davenport, Iuwa,
Agents.
CONSUMPTION CURED!!
Jittchan's Hungarian Balsam of IJfe.
TColds.
HE Great English Remedy Coughs,
Asthma, Broncliins, Liver Com
plaint. Spitting Blood, Difficulty of Breathing.
Pain in the Side and Breast, Pal -ilaiior. of
the H-eart, Influenza. Croup, Broken Consti
tution, Sore Throat, Nervous Debility, and all
diseases of the Throat. Breast and l.ungs.
Recent reports from all parts of country es
tablish the fad beyond all doubt and question,
that the great and only remedy foi Coughs,
Cold-, Asthma and Consumption, iri the Hun
garian Balsam of Life discovered by the cel
ebrated Dr. Buchan. of London, England, and
introduced into the United States under the
immediate superintendence ol the inventor.
Wherever this Balsam has been introduced
all panaceas, exuectorants, syrups and drop
have been discarded as useless all system
of inhalations, vapor baths, ar smoke, cha nge
of climate, &c., have been rejected, and the
wonderful product of the Hungarian
I
WALLACE A UKEADING.
Piles Piles! Piles!
A cure ftr life secured.
DR. UPHAM's I\Ti R\AL REMEDY.
A
REMEDY prepared bv a regular Physician
adapted particularly lo th.it troublesome com
ltn i that iiMiiy are v.fflteifd with aud yet are
notaware that all exterml applications a'e in
the highest degree disagreeable and nnd in
create those diseases which originate the
Piles, the painful effects of which are not ea
sily described, nor overcome bin by the use of
Dr. Uphanis Vegetable Electuary,
an internal remedy for ihe cure of Piles, and
all other internal diseases found in conjunction
with iliem, such as Inflauiaiion of the Liver
and Spleen. Infl-tmaiion and soreness of the
stomach. Ulceration of the Intestines, Torpor
and inactivjiy of the Liver, weakness arid In
^animation of ihe Kine. severe and habitual
CJosiiveness. fl w of Blood to the head, dizzi
ness, &c.. and for the relief of married women.
R.P.LOWE. J.BUTLER.
LOWE & BUTLER,
Are associated, under the above style in the prac
fice of the Law, in the District and Supeate Courts
of this State,
and will act as Laud AgeiiUk
October 9,1847—73-y.
PLI!%Y FAY,
II holtaetle and Retail Heater thrttgti
JBettictnea, I'ainla Oitn. \\xrni»ht», Uye»
atufft, I'uttp. Windoit»Gla»8,1'at
ent Medicines, Sc. ite*
IMedicine*
HAVE
just received my FALL
I am ever thankful for pat favors and respect
ully solicit a share of the public patronage in future.
PLINV FAY.
Bloomington, Nov. 6,1847—77-6m.
BV TELEGRAPH.
KIKKPATRICK, & CD.
Would respectfully inform every Imily. that they
have every thing ihat is good at their establishment
on Chestnut street,
CALL AND SEE.
We ive fitted up a fine
WE
O
Crackes, Calm, and Candies of every dexcrip.
tion.
In the wav of Frntls. we ljaye
Figs, liaisons. Apples and Jt llie^ if you are dry
—we have Cider, Ah a Beer to drink.
We have all kinds of Tohaco—Smoking and
Chewing—and then we have Cio Aits, of all kinds
and nil prices. To Ladies, nnd others, wishing to
give
parlies we will say, that we can furnish them
wilh whatever they wish—and we «ill do it on as
good
terms
as any other establishment. We will
sell any of the above named articles at WHOIKSALK
or Retail chrap for rash. Nov. 10. 2—tf.
I O W A O U S E
(GEXERVL STAGE OFFICE.)
BY JOHN G. STEIN,
FROST STIIKET, NKAH TIIK STKAM-LLOAT UNDIJTFI
J* /.
O tKTI I.V fi TO.W
Call anil See.
HAVE on hand a small lot of i-hoice gmeeri
such as N O and cru-ocd sug.r, S .VIoLiss e
Rio coffee, leas, spiccs, salaratus, \'c. which will
sold very low either at wholesale or retail al No
Walnut Row.by DOUGHERTY.
January 22, l848-88tf.
Foi* Sale.
THE
SIIBSCRIUERS hereby offer for sale a
their lots in the town of Bloomington.and at
their lands in Muscatine County, lying mostly in
the immediate vicinity of Hloomineton.
Apply toSuel Foster. IfloomiiPiton fo«a.
S\MI I:L IIRKESE,
NILES HIGINBOTHAM
July 23. 1847—62-1
y
II. W. MDOKK,
DEALER IN IROX, NAILS, STOVES AND
TIN WARE.
TWO DOOBS BLOW TH lilt TO KKPORIVX,
BLOOMINGTON.
April 29. 103-vly.
SLIGO IRON STORK.
are now receiving
an
TC.MOT
gum,
hope.
oh
tained from the Melsonoa, or tree of life, is
now universally received by consumptives as
tli# only source of
Let no persor. afflicted with n severe and
obstinate cough, inflammation of the Inner*,
asthma, or any of ihe symptoms of eonsuiop
tion, lose a moment of time in seekinw relief
from this great English remedy. Delays are
dangerous, and all other pretended remedies
are not only useless hut fatally delusive.
(Ej'For sale in St. Louis,at the Family medicine
store of I)r. E. EASI LRLY, south-east corner of
Third and Cbestuut streets. Agent for the west
ern States*
Also for sale by P. FAY, Bloomington A.
SANDERS, Davenpoit and J. F. TAI.LA\T,
Burlington, Iowa, agents.
I.
STOCK
of
by late arrivals. Also, n general
assortment of Groceries to-wit:—Rioand Java Cof
fee N. O., Crushed and Loaf Sugar. Molasses. Can
dies. Raisins, Currants. Prunes, Citrons and Al
mends Prir.cipe, Regalia and Common Cigars,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, A'c. &c.
,| |„,ve iu store 50
tons of assorted Iron, Steel. Nails. 6cc. We
shall keep our stock at nil times ami complete
which will embrace evcrv t-ize of Wigo Iron, Eng
lish Blister, German and American, cut nnd spring
steel, nails, spikes, waggon boxes, Su: &c., to which
we invite ihe a'tenl.on of pnrchas« rs.
June 23,1848. GREEN & STONE
TO THE PUBLIC.
%^S^E. the undeisigned. Druggi*t of Saint Lou
w is, do hereby certify, that the following is a
forrect statement of the ninount of our sales of the
preparation known as Dr. Storm'* Scotch 'lijh
Candv. prepared from his original reccipe,by Ham
ilton Wnde. of St Louis and we take ple isure in
saying that it has given general satisfaction to our
customers who ive used it,
Francis nnd Walton, 1,086 packngea.
GuuifTee and Taunton, 300 do
John A. Wise, 225 do
W. H. Almeida, 300 do
II. Iluckslaedt, 76 do
J. Marrv, 7 00 do
Wm. H. Latham, 380 do
Joseph Fisher. 400 do
Dam h. POIIOUJC arid Co., 500 do
R. Annan, 288 do
G. W. Westbrook. 408 do
Snow and Quirk, 450 do
Jimes McGuire, 288 do
In addition to Ihe above, 3G0 packages were soid
bv James M. Corse 430 by Doetor A. Pig-rott
200 by Edwaril Brooks 432 by Bacon tV Hvdc
200 by John Bonding 75 bv Doctor A. Willing
75 by Doctor Don ddson. and 3(10 by W. & W.
Kirk pit rick—which, together with the sales by the
wholesale agents,
prove
that the article is altogeth­
er superior to any other remedy every offered for
Consumption.
For sale at Bloomington. by E. E. & P. Fay.
John Dougherty, and J. Gordon. Price
one dime per roll, 3 rolls
for
25 cents, or $1 per
dozen.
J. Barnard Brother No. 140, Main slieet.
Saint Lou s, principal Agents for the south and
west. Orders from the country or applications for
agencies, may IM directed to tbeoft.
Apr il 15, 1818—99tf.
Barbei'iii^.
I'JS would
lespertf'illy
such ns will favor him with
inform hi*
old customers that he is slill engased in sha
ving and nnircutting in the most improved
style.and
will consider the comfort nnd
convenience
of all
call
Shop on Sec­
ond street.!
wo doors south of the Drug Emporium
Feuimore 6c Pelerson. T. i). M.
Bloomington, Nov 6. 1846.
i\ew
More.
O 1 V I E & S O N
STO»AOE A.SD COM ISSI OX MKHCIUNTS A.SD RE AL
IUS I!* PIIOIU'CK,
Water Street, Bloomington^ Iowa.
TTTE have just received per late arrivals, a choice
v v stock of NEW GOODS, consisting of Dry
Goods grocer'k8. hardware, queensware, boots anil
sho.'s, &c. &c., all of which wiil be sold at very
low prices for Cash or Produce. The public are
requested to call and see, before purchasing else
where. April 8. 1848—99lf.
U N Y A Y
WHOLES A LK AVN IIKT AIL UK. AT.F.RS IJT
Drugs, Medicines. Paints. Oils. Vornisites. Glass
ware. Patent Medicines School Boohs.
tlhours.subscriberandfrsm
E has now received his
summer stock, direct Philadelphia,
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Saint Louis,
and will be happy to receive customers al
all He pledges bis reputation up-
on his medicines being pure. Main street Bloom
»ington, kma. Asgtirt 12,1848—113-y.
^OR SALE—J.ota of Fresdi and Pure Drags
and everything appertaining to the business—
Also, rundry miscellaneous articles, useless to name
will lie found cheap and good nt
THEGliss.
yster Saloon tip stairs
where Oysters arid Samines will lie served up at
short notice nnd in good stvle.
He have always on hand, Apples. Pie.*. Breads
DOUGHERTY'S.
May •. No. 2, Wnlnut Row.
Rooks For Farmefli
MWA^ONS Farier.
IvB. Y uatts Cattle Doctor, by Skinner,
Life of »one,
Life of Jackson,
Life of Taylor.
In short the largest stock of Books in town
ij beJ«w St. Louis prices. (2-tf) W. 4* B.
Lamps! Lamps!
Jof
UST receivid a large aud splendid ns'ortmeut
Lamp*, of llie most beaut ilul patterns nnd
ings, and tor sal.- al remarkably low priees, by
WALLACE & BREADING.
December 1, 1848—triwtf
Glass, Glass*
attention ot the trade is called lo onr stork
which is large in amount as well as
in variety of sizes W \LLACE & BREADING.
December 1,1848—triwtf
Job Printing, neatly and expeditiously gotten
up at ihe Herald tini.-e.
SPLENDID INDUCEMENTS TO FARM
ERS.
WITH A LAtlGE AXn M4RXIPICENT KTSCK OF
DRY GOODS,
Graceries, Hardware, &c.
ELL adapted to the wants of the people for
FALL and WINTER,among which may
be found many new aud desirable goods to which
I invite (lie attention of my friends and the pub
lic, assuring them on mv pari, that my goods have
been bought at such prices that I can and will sell
them cheaper than ever before off-red in this place.
AM RI), a
ibis office.
LANDfor
J. BENNETT.
Bloomington, September 1, 1848—116-y.
i"\ Bales 3-4 4-4 nnd 6-4 Domestics on hand
and for sale,by
October 16, J. BENNETT.
50
pieces red and white flannel, just received
aud for sale by
October 16. J. BENNETT.
PATR
MACKINAW BLANKETS
October, 16".
I^IRE
DOCiS. for
.sale by vV
August 19
RAIN SHOVELS,
n superior article, for sale
by [August 19]
E N N E
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
For
tig n and Domestic /try Goad*. Groc-er
ten. Hardware. qtieen*wnre, Itoots and
Shoes, llatn aud Ilumielts,
Iron, Stert, Kait»% Leather,
Cotton iVn, ATc.
MA I W S BLOOMI:vr,TOW,
THANKFULTIIK.ET,ami
f.rp»st favors, solicits rontm-
uance of the same, hopes by applicaliiwi
to business, to merit and receive the patronage of
his old customers and friends in general. I liavc
received a large ad.lnioi of
Fall a 11 (I Winter Good^
Which I offer to mv old customer? and friends at a
very reduced price. I am determined to sell al prices
that eamiot fail lo pleise. Call and See
IU NTS—500 pieces prints—25 yards for #1,
to sale by J. E.NNETT.
Aoticc S
M'JER^ONS knowing themselves indebted to the
fl late firm of J. Uennctt f'o., must come for
th'ard nn-l make payment, as the business must and
(I hope) will be scltled imineili i'elv.
Sept. 9. I84W 117-tf. HKNNETT.
Sloics and flroti!
II. W.MOORE.
Dealer in Tin-Ware. Iron. Nails, Hard-Ware,Cas
tings and Blacksmith's Tools, Ac. &c.
HAS
just received his Fall and Winter slock o
Stoves and Iron, whirh comprises a greater
va ietv. and better assortment than has ever before
been offered in this town. Among bis Stoves are
Campbell's Premium Cook-Siove«,
liesor's, do do
Root's, (lo do
Victory, do §o
PliGDnix, do Jo
('amplieirs extrn heavy, |K
W I row's air-tight, do
Bin k's ci It
rated
patent, do.
Parlor. Box, Seven and Ten Plate Stoves.
SLIGO.
U.N
I
ATT
A AND HECLA IROS.
Petrous vvishinjT to pnn hase. are lespeclfully iiv
viied lo cad aud cxamiue the above atock befow
purchasing eLcwh.tre.
All kinds of work in Tin Copper and Sheet-Tron,
done in Ihe liest manner and at the shortest notice.
August 12 1818—U3-y.#
Tl
HlilvSHING ACHINES-G,~nr^l Ai Maud
MOORE.
30, 3273i
ACKSVI I'l ILS HEI.LO WS
M-# and 36 inches, for sale by
Aucusi 19 W MOORE
ANVILS—Best[Aug
N
qmlitv Armitnge in"u-ebo|c,
for sale by 191 W MOORE
lOCKS and DIES—1-2. 5-8. 3.4. 7-8 andoiw
inch for sale by [Aug 19] W MOORE
SHOVELS
an«l TO.\Gs—Brass mounted, for
sale by [August 19] W MOORE
MKDIC AL XITU K
subscriber has practised medicine for the
J. last twelve years iu Goshen, New York.aiid
having now stttled in Bloomiiigton, res[»ecllully
olf- rs his s»*rvii es to all who may feel disposed to
call upon him. Office at his residence iu the house
formerly occupied by Matthew Matthews, on Front
Street. JAMES S. HORTOiY,
Bloomington, Nov. 23. 1838
HUMBLEmutualconsent,on
FRLSH
Mi
& SII.LIMAN desolved copirtner
ship, by the 17th October
Bloomington, I»wa, Nov. 25. 1848.
DRUGS, &C,just received per steam
er Uncle Toby, and for sale cheap for cash a
[March 25tb] FAY'S Drug Store.
CHXRLES EVANS.
I
WE
W MOORE
dwelling house. Inquire at
WARRANT— (Wtaml. on band
and sal'bv GREEN & Si'ONK.
Hloomiugton, Nov. 10. (2—tf.)
W. H. BLAYDEW. T. O. F. HUNT.
BLAYDES & HUNT,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign and
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Groceries.
Hardware,Queensvvare. Boots,Shors'
Hal-, Caps. Honncts, Trimmings, Iron,Steel
Leather, Cotton Yarn. Ac.&c.
Main Street. Bloomington lowt%
Bloomington, Feb. 26, 1848—93-y.
are now prepared and ready to rece:veany
quritity of HOGS and KIUJ or PACK the
same on ihe mosi reasonable terms. Having made
lame addiii ms to our hons this season, and put up
s.eam tubs for rendering the off-fall, we can do any
lots justice, and render entire satisfaction. We
have a large slock of SAL and BARRELS,nnd
confine ourselves strictlv to our recular list of prices
Similiter House,unsurpassed by any on this river,
and have every convenience and improvement to
Bloomington, Nov. 17. 1848.
J. H. WALLACE,
BLOHMINCTOM.
for
J. BENNETT.
MOORE
BOOKS! B1
CJ-BHI.OW SR. I.I UIS PHICE'I
KTHODH I'and Presbyterian Hynvis}
Mu-ic Hooks
Ecl.rlic series. Readers
iiim^bn««'V Unitid States (with Questit^iaJj
Miich H's Geoj»iapbv and Atl-is
BtMes bhnk biii.ks in variety
Ink, Slates, Strcl I'ens and H'ldef» Maps Wa*.
A'c., »^c., niakinj* a full and complete assort
ment. at very low prices.
Al-o. a splendid 4io edition of Scott's Commen
taries. in 5 vols.
A large assortment of common and fine letter and
cap Paper. (JJPCome soon if vou want bnrjjnius
Nov. 9th. 2 WALLACE & 13READI.NO.
The Cheapest Goods in Iowa.
Thesubseriliers having opened a large and con
plHe siocfc of Goods, suited to the coutry and se»
so11. offer
Splcrirf rl Bargain*, fur Cash or Cnuntrn product
FARMERS LOOK IO YOUR INTEREST?!
We are permanently located here, and we know
it is our interest, as well as yours, to sell you goods
right
Come on then nnd you shall be accommodated
on such terms as cannot fnil to plei sc.
WALLACE .V »l?E\DIXO.
Main Street, Blonnington. Nov. 10th. 1848.
s
40
ATINETS—The lakes' sVock in town.and foj
sale low by (2—if) W, V B.
lLOTfTS.—A l.irge a«srtrtmmt of Americttl
English and French Cloths, for snle at very
reduced prices by, (2—if.) W. V.B.
FIJI
EVANS & DUNSM0RE7
WHOLESALS AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
I CBOCEB1ES. HARDWARE. ttUEESSWABR
Hootsand Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets and Trimftiagt,
LANK ETS of every price, qn dity and des-1
script ion for sale low by, (2-tl) W 13. I
IRON, STEEL, LEATHER, COTTON YARN, &c.
NTS PRIN IS 400 pieces at fr.im 3,
cts per y.ird, up U Come and see.
Nov. 10. 2-if. W. A
«K0WN
THREAD L\CE ANl) EDGINGS—A large
ill stock, beautiful patterns, by (£-tf) W. «^B,|
WALNUT ROW, MAIN STREET, BL OOM1NGTON, lo*4
PORK PACKING AND SLAUGHTERING*
which are as low as at any point on the river.— long and favorably known if the farmersJfih
We have built, this season, a large and conve.iient llie adj lining counties.
We will pay Premium of Ten Dollars for
heaviest bog delivered at our Pork House thU
1
B.
Mfors DE LANES.—A beautiful article as1 N. B. We have a good stock of dry timl*f
lfM low as 25 CN. for sale bv. (2-ti) W B. «hoao wishing anything iu our line of business,*
1
.V1IJSLI\S—12.000 yards at 3 13
c.ts. and upwards, by (2-ll VV. & B.
11A WLS—A splendid assortment ni very low
prices by (2-tf) W, Hj- B.
LOVES AND HOSIERY.—To suit all. inj
both price and qu ilitv, by (2-tf) W. & B.
1APS.—3odozm, from 15 cents to $8. Foi
sale, by (2 -tf,) W. & B.
jl ASH ION ABLE HATS.—A large lot.as
good and handsome as are manufactured iu
Philadclpni i. For sale loWj bv (2- if) W. &
Hquality
ARDVVAUE.—AIHIauii saw«.of tN'st
Hand, Wood aud Tenant Saws.
Log Halter. Trace and Doi» Chains. Shovels.
Spades. Scoops, Harness Screws, But Hinges,
Coffee Mills, and a thousand things which ctnm
be specified, by (2-if) W. Si B.
[RON, NAILS ANDC NSTING-S—As low as
they enn lie bought in Iowa, by (2-lf) W $ B.
1
APS—100 dozen on baud for sale bv
October 16. J, BENNETT.
Boots a nil Shoes.
Cases, just received, and for sale at reduced
prices, by (2-lf.) W. & B.
Paints and Oils.
JUST
received from Cincinnati, per steamers
Dr. Franklin and Dubuque, White Lead, Lin
sced Oil, Fish Oil, Paiat^&c.
April 4,1848—99*f..
facilitate the lalor. Persons driving here wfti«
Coo«l Pens to put their hogs in, and will J,
further expense nfier they are once in th*tlf
we Fi«eil, Kill and Deliver at any P^k ii
the city, free of ch .rge, an.l pleil-e 00,^1,°^
al persons driv.ng to us shill lw perfectly
I he Slaushtering detriment will he
GREEIY
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! NEWPR.CESlt
WALLACE & BREADING,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, l|lEE\SW.tBE,
BOOTS AND SHOES, LEATHER,
BOOKS, &C.
Main Street, Bloomington, Iowa, Nov. 10. •—tf.
JOHN LEMP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY SOOBS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS,
WON, STEEL, LEATHER, COTTON YARN, 3ft.
JTJll.V STHEET, itLOO.nr*V&Taj\\
T. W.
Wno/esi'le and Retail Dealers in Stoves and Cat
ings,a id Manufacturers
of Cupper, Tim
ana Sheet Iron Ware.
^Corner of Main Street, "wn
GRATEFUL
1
U
suieriijtendji»ce of Mr. STEPHEN
nd7, ol
PrtL
w
jT
Ac, STONE.
J. E. BREADING,
PITT»bcr*
MOORE. W.
D. AMMT
1VIOOKE &, AIHGHT,
lor past favora we solicit a tm*
tinuarire of the same, and hope by strict at
tention lo business lo mtrit and secure liberal
-hare of public patronage We have ju»t itceited
and have in store I wo hundred end fifty *»ws
iiuionq which will l«e found
IJesor's Improvtd Premium CvK'kStofic
^alwt Louis Victory cook stove
Resor's Improved Plicenix cook sta«a^
American Airtight cook stoves,
Resor's Double Oven cook stoves^
Troy Airtight Parlor stoves,
Storley's Parlor stoves,
Resor's Mox stoves,
'J'eu Plate stoves. Seven Plat* stsvss.
On exa nin.ition il will he seen thatwe ht»»
greater varietv of Stoves tb.in ran be fnund in
one bouse iu St. Louis, and we pledgerowl'"'*
sell for a less price, than stoves can lie b©0|blfr»
in that City. Call and See.
Blooinington, July 8, 1848—
109-y.
tli:iA(i AD WAGON MAKING.
THE
Subscribers w uld inform the Cititfti*"'
Muscatine and ihe adjoining counties, th»t
are carryi oil the above business in the town af
Blootningloii. where we will he resdy lefilial)*'
ders, and will endeavor lo keep on hsnd.sll snick*
in our line of businsss, such as aarrisges, l'Ug|'*^»
sleighs, wigons, Ac. Repairing done with t-*
spatch. and in workman like maonei.on tbesaaiV
est notice.
do well to give us a call. Shop on Second •fw*'#
opposite C. Weed's Store.
HORSELEY
&
November 13,1846—78-Gni.
CANDKB.
ATTLNETT —150 pieces asaofted
on baud anJfor sale, 9f
October 16. J. BKNNBTT*
t'
HAIN«S—Trace
and Halter chains,
August 19 W
^JHAWLS—a endidpla assortment—"n h«^
^5 and for sile by J. BENNETT.
October 16.
BROADCLOTHSand
Al
sale by
Oetolier 16
WHEATwanted
eaasimers-s sple^
assortment—on band and for sale by
October 16. J. BENNETT.
Es— 100 dginn Cullin'sax— on bsnd snd bt
J. BENNETT.
WANTED.—50,000 bushels fMt
wheat by
October 16. J. BENNBTT'
CASI'lNGS-Akrw—wrtmetit^»n
hswl^
for sale by J. BENNETT.
Octolier 16.
Wtf Cl caset boots and shoes on band and for sail
#0 by J.pu^NErT.
October 16.
OFFERS
BR. DAYTOK, J.
his professional services to tbseifr
zena of Bloomington, and 'ieinil*. OT®
at bia reaide. a few doors east sf
Store. January 2A, 1848. Illf

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