Burlington Daily Hawk Eye, August 23, 1860

Burlington Daily Hawk Eye

August 23, 1860

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Burlington Daily Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - August 23, 1860, Burlington, Iowa THE DA11/T h WlJl Published every Mxrnlnf iFnwltj »tf^pud,) BV C. DI SHAW. E|(^H,    §6    00    I**r ■ Iinntil, In »!»•' pate* or ca*ii advertising Cc* «*•** DAILY HAWK-EYE. SS tart T»« The Bk T*» inwrrtvjfi • i dtAuvt iiumka • **ki    **    “    * month    “    “    * lO'inUii    “    “ r month* "    “ *»<*rted in tit# Weekly . VI . » I SO * OO 8 OO 4 OO ft Of! ? OO IT OO mlmo, cbarged •railroad?. •rf    '    ■--    -    -    = Burlington and Missoula RITER RAILROAD. AN INDEPENDENT HEP UB LICA n. journal;. BY C. DUNHAM. THURSDAY', AUGUST 23, i860 TENTH YEAR cff.t vo* or* r/,rr. On and atter July 16th, anil until f> rther notice •cager Traina will lea*# svd arri*- a* folio**. GOINO WEST. a ar a aaa. SJ80 a. a. lear# Pm t)U -J. PHYSICIANS. VV. VV. NASSAR, bm r A Mi M Buddtuff. Tit*rd Strsri, r,™    **"*'    BURLINGTON,    IOWA. KNOWLTON, p|4Vt»l< IAN AND KUHGEON, OL * *T Drug Mf** of c. r. Squire* A Co., cor A irfi'fies *treet*. Blk UNG Toy, IOWA. I' I >♦ ATTORNEY'S, lf! CHAMBERLIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, b i bi. IXG Toy, IOWA. itk»* j-**d to Ute iaveetlgation of Title*, p*y-purchaeeaud avie of Real Estate, and col »luau. lu 2d story of (opp A Par site the Barret ilouoe, en J<ffeT*uu > antu 'dlf j .I alto! Tmh iii Judge E. B. NKALLKV, [TORNEY AND C«l'NilLLOK AT LAM, Ami Notary Public. Grime* Block. Wait Street. Bl HUNG Toy IO ICA, KO. HO IJK LITSON, G attorney at law and general COLLECTING I agent. Dr. Heury* building, Burlington, | J tate?-if ( MIAS. II. PHELPS attorney at law Hts!]* A Rilbertmai,) AND GENERAL AGENT. ii to Collection*. June9 tf. ( Al TOU M AK UKK, TUE HAWK-EYE The I'oeiTto* or Gov. Wiki.—The following ietu-r waa read Dt the Jackton Itoiuocratic pluL of Boston Loi.urrow, near Norfolk,f ; Prince** Ann Co., Va., Aug, ii, 1860. ) j I Sud it very difficult to decline the complimentary invite lion of Your* of the lifth ult., re- I retted within the last few day*. I would prefer ! Boa ton and Faneuil lls ll in Boston to any other I aland point lo af leak from in the United States, i on the topics e*j»eeia!ly of these dcrk times.-— j But it ii impossible. Domestic duties, building | Rod iiinraa together, forbid me to form any en gagementa that will require additional labors or any absence from borne for many months to come. I shall give to the Breckinridge and Lane j ticket all my support. I do not agree w ilh these i nominees in some esiwmtial particulars, and cer-I tainly do not subscribe to the platform in two I re*j>ecti on rn Kith they are placed by their nom ; I nation; but their triumph will i>c the triumph of tut vital doctrine of protection to persons and property in the common territories of the United States. That is the isauo-of this contest, whe ther protection, everywhere, to all alike, shall prevail against this emasculating theory of nonintervention.    *    *    *    * Nothing could be bluer than the federalism of this non-intervention doctrine. And does it leave slave property alone at the mercy of federal power concentrated ultimately in au executive? No; lands, too, areal its mercy! What else, who else, I won’t stop to enumerate. For I one, I will never quietly submit to It. The issue I compel* me to side with the ticket of your I choice. <rod grant that our efforts be not in j vain. I fear they will be—that Blaek Itrpubli-1 can is rn is to triumph in the coming election. If * so, i mean for one to abide by and in the Union; I to light in it, not out of it—aid in saving the ! country and its constitution; but not to submit one moment, or to concede one single item, to a triumph w hich w ill degrade me and mine in this FURNITURE. Ready money is the spirit 1 Of TRADE! F or ready money the greatest bargain* in NKW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE, May be bad at JARVIS’ Celebrated Establishment 55 MAIN STREET, Next door to II. II. Seat?*. CLOTHING. II Extraordinary bargains in J(Alf OGA .VY MA BBL E TO PL FC RXI TURF now on hand at JARVIS’S URRA 111 THE JULY I? COMINO! All the Uwh Ti tie looking for beans. Then what will to them prov e m captivating, A* an extra fine Milt of clothes. 8. H. GREENBAUM At hb well known stand No. 14 Jefferson atroet, between i Main and Water, la view of the fact that FUERY GAI LA KT dedre* to appear well on the Glorious Fourth—has resolved to make Clothing lo Or der, out of hi* large and splendid stock of piece goods still on hand At mush loiter Hep*reg than err bef ort. He will continue to keep at hi* store ai usual READY-MADE CLOTHING. Of the beat quality and latest styles, comprising COATS, HARDWARE. FOURTH OF |^ W. WILSON, PANTS, VESTS, The cheapest and greatest variety of CHAIRS at J ar vis’s SHIRTS, HATS. Every description of Furniture can be had at the very lowest rate* for the at this “ Almighty Dollar,” POPULAR ESTABLISHMENT, A large lot of SCYTHE SNATHS at 25 cents each, The very best steel 8 tine HAY FORKS at GO cents, or lo l>er dozen! and every variety of Furnishing Goods. BOY'S AND YOUTirs CLOTHING, also, constantly on hand. Remember the above. To know this, your drooping spirits ’twill recruit, That 8 II. OaKixBiiK never yet has failed to suit, Every welldressed gentleman you may chance to meet Will direct you to the Store, No. 14 Jefferson street, junel fi-bptf IMPOSTER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE Jef*ncm Street, Burlington, Inca. I would respectfully call attention to my large and well assorted stock of HARI) WARK AXD TOOLS, of every description, imported directly from Foreign and Eastern Manufactures. Merchants, Farmers and Workmen will find It to their advantage to examine my stock aud prices before purchasing elsew here. COXS TA XTL Y OX HA SD: AXES—A very large assortment of Hunt's, Flatt’s, Collins' and Barton4* make. SAWS—Hand, Rip, Crow-Cut, Circular, Mill, Back and Kcy-llole Saws, of Spear A Jackson's, Back well A Rowland’s make. BELLOWS AND VICES. CHAINS—Log, Trace, Pump and Halter Chains. FILES AND RASPS—Of Butcher's, Tillo-won A Har-greave’s make. BUTTS, SCREWS, LOCKS AND LATCHES. NAILS—Of every size and description. SHOVELS, SCOOPS AND SPADES—Of Ames', Adams A Lippincott's make and all other articles in the Hardware line, by    R.    W.    WILSON, augl4    Jefferson    street,    corner    of    Third. CHO Y KUS, PICKS” SPADES AND CY CROWBARS. A large lot for sale clnap, by    R.    W,    WILSON. MF CHAINS AND PUMP FIXTURES At the lowest rates, by    R.    W.    WILSON. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. ^ ’(joking Extracts Dnrkee'v celebrated cooking extracts, Lemon. Rose, Orange, Celery, Raspberry, A'anilla, Almond, peach and Nutmeg. at MCCANN A HUGHES.^ STAUCH, J Hecker** Farina, Cooper’* Gelatin, Extract Coffee Ac.. for sale at    MCCANN    A HUGHES. ST ii SOXS. Burlington, Middletown. Dan v me. New London, Mi. Pleasant, Cbecauqua, Glendale, Fairfield, I Whit an | Bats* la. Agency City, I Oiturn*a. .Iii 3,.u Sit 4.19 9 7 4.55 Im.IK 5.5# 10.84 6 Sa', 10 77 7. ll ll .27 fi.tV) ll.Aft '*.81 12. 7 9 oh 12.82 19 41 12.7*1 p. bi arrive. IO. Id nixon, p. rn. b are ( Ac S' I)R For sale by PICKS. Ground ginger, allspice, pepper, cloves, rinnamo , mace. nutmeg*, Ac., at    MCCANNA    HUGHES. AKE S CATAWBA HITTERS, [april] e    P.    SQUIRES A CO. Briggs hair tonic, The beat article known for preserving the IT amar Hair, aud is warranted to prevent    the    hair from failing oil in ail cases.    fur sale by april    C    P    SQUIRES    A CO. ___ SQUIRES A CO. H av tog Tuan Lk>U ciai atlatl I S K Y Al LA VA AND Nu I Ait A l'L BLK, j confederacy of free and equal States. Bi BUX* e, 46 Thu d St an Abstract of the Title to ail the Lands and TUX, IOWA, opposite Bor ret Houle. Henry A. Wise. ii Dei Moine* County, i* prepared to give spe- | in to Hie examination of Titles and Convey an [may 81-illy VY M. E. ADAMS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW And Notary Public. on Jefferson mr.et, over Guaiut A Gabriel’s Begar Burlington, low*. jail. ‘J. I Mins. \V. NKW MAN, \ T 'J- OUN I: v A T I. A W, Burlington, Town. addition to tlio ordinary duties of the profession, he gilt particular atleution to purchasing and Helling A loan tug and Investing money, paying taxes, locating <1 warrants, Ac., Ac. fit ce in to hi*ivy of Copp A Parson’* now block, oppo-. it,. Barret House, on Jefferson street.    jaa    2. A Sistek Found.—It is a fact patent to all who for any length ofwtiine have resided in the city, that debauchery and crime stalk about in I broad day light, with an indifference to shame ! which is a disgrace to any community aud a re-1 proach upon the lair name of Memphis. (Inly a day or two ago an advertisement appeared in one of the city papers, signed by a brother asking information of a sister whose whereabouts had for a long time been unknown. Yesterday thro’ the agency of Capt. Garrett the brother found his sister—he meeting her in a house of ill repute on Maiu street, where she had resided for the last six mon ilia. Capt. Garrett, who was with the man at the time of the discovery, describes In short, anythingand almost everything may be found at JARVIS'S NEW SECOND-HAND FURNITURE EMPORIUM. Q II. GREENBAUM, ^MANUFACTURER OF CLOTHING, And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES, VESTINGS, TRIMMINGS ORN TS FURNISHING 00008, HATS. CAPS, AC., AC. Jefferson Street, Cor. of Alley, between Main and Water Burlington, Iowa. Clothing constantly made to order    Jan. 2. bp XTRA BA UG AINS IN pc THRESH HORS! FRESH HOR I Growth of 1V9. For sale ft 3 c.T*. aprl I fH>N OE NTRATED ROT ASH. V Four lb*, being sufficient to make a barrel of Soap. For sale by    [april]    C    I*    SQUIRES    A    CO. H ELM BOLDS FLUID EXTRACT of Bucha. Thorn'* Extract of Copaiba and Sam* barilla. Tarrant’s Extract of Cubebs and Copaiba. For sale by [april] C V SQUIRES A CO. c ARRENTERS’ TOOLS. A full assortment by R. W. M ILSON. A large stock of LOOKING GLASSES, all size*, Wholesale and Betail—very cheap! E Jama pay* CASH tor every dencrijdioti of Household G ood». Observe—55 Main Street. july 25 bptf I. & J. PRUGH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEALERS IN FURNITURE F ENCE WIRE. At the lowest market price, at auglT    R.    W.    WILSON’S Hardware Store. IMPORTANT TO BLAC KSMITHS We need IO tons Scrap Iron immediately, for which we will pay a good price.    J.    MORTON    A    CO. Shop and Soles Room, Xo. 12 Jrffereon Street. .•    . .    _ , .    i    . I i Every description of Furniture on hand and manufactured tilt meeting between brothel and Bisti r to hate j to order. Metallic Burying Ca«es and Ready Made Coffin* been the most affecting aud heart rending to which lie was ever a witness. Upon recognition or sale. Cane bottoms put in old (hair*. Jan 2. I 'KACY it CONRAD, ATTORNEYS AM) COUNSELLORS AT LAW, and Real Kstzxte Agant. Hoi!, BurtingU) AIU A TRACT. Iowa. w. r. Conrad. M. PENDLETON, ll ALL both burst into tears—Ijoth embraced each other ! —the lost was found, but in such a place! The I young lady referred to was less than one year ago the pride of a mother, the adored of a father, and doated upon bv a brother, who in her fall, to his honor be it said, has not deserted her.— | Ruined by the false promises of a heartless wretch, and driven on by a passion which when in woman once aroused, knows no limit, but seeks iii excess of dissipation to shield fiom the observation of virtuous citizens her real shame, she entered the den in which she was unfortunately found. Through the persuasion of her brother, and the interest taken in her by Capt. Garrett, the truant woman was induced to leave the infamous den, and return to the bosom of ln*r family, whose sufferings since lier departure God only knows. May a reconciliation between HARRINGTON A HALL, herself and family lie effected, and the remainder of their days be spent in happy enjoyment, the past having been forgotten.—Memphis Appeal. I ■    1    I-........-    .    ""JB* STEAMBOATS. I 800. 1860. ATTORNEY AT LA W, ig and Beni Estate Agent, Eatery J‘ail ic, Ac., rik.’uNg lu purcbttae Land ur Luau Money on Real canty tm»y bud it to th«-ir advmiliig*- to call on tutu a c< lupin? wild full attou-act of till?* to lx>t* t of Burlington, with the Ka bdl v baun* Rad Adin*! *!«• to tnt* I attid* tu De* Muiikh County, v SS. corner ol Thin! aud Washington Street*, Punt utile?.    jan4dtf. Rock Maud, Davenport, Keokuk and St Ieouh, ll. S. Mad Steamer KATE CASSELL, WM. IIiLLBot'SK, Master, G. W. Guidon, Clerk, Carrying the C. S. Mail Express, will run as follows during the season: Up.    Down. Mondays,    Tuesday*, Wednesdays,    Thursday*, Fridays,    Saturday*. Through each way In daylight. Making sure connections I at Burlington, Rock Island aud Davenport, with train* both East and West, and at Keokuk with the Keokuk and St. i Louis Packet* for St. Louis aud intermediate point*. april-dtf READY MADE CLOTHING- k FULL ASSORTMENT OF HOME MADE CLOTHING FOR FALL AND WINTER. |We have a Splendid Stock of Ready mad* Clothing, consisting of 1000 Over Coats, 500 Under Coats, 1000 Pr Papts, 150 doz Under Shirts and Drawers, 175 White and Fancy Shirts, WHICH WR OFFER FOR SALE. Very (’heap for Canli. We want 200 Ca Bvyfrs every day, and nobody will go out of the blore unsatisfied. WE ARF. BOUND TO SELL, Becau*e Goods will be cheaper next Spring. ATTENTION FARMERS. 650 Bundle &pr8 IL17 r 650 Bundles No. 6 F»CNCE WIRE. For ale by apr#    J.    MORTON    I CO' Rock Island Plows. apr.} For sale by J. MORTON k CO. F. DELAHAYE & CO., CMI ANGI PANN I EXTRACTS A POMADES. For sale by april___C P SQUIRES A CO. Mi EME DE BOUZA CHAMPAIGN. Imported by Stewart A Bruyere. A few cases for sale by apr 17______  C    P SQUIRES k CO. r poi LET BRUSHES* SOAPS AND A COMBS, new stoles. Ju.t r?.-?iv?,l Bv st moss. Ottumwa, Agency City* Batavia, white, id, Fairfield, Glendale, Checauqua, MI Pleasant, New London, Danville, Middletown, Burlington, july 16-dtf GOINO YaST. Mltko. 4 15 a. rn. leave. 4,49 5.24 «tn«t. m UxTv. N s on p Eli *44 4 in 4,27 4. NI 5.22 5..*J) 6.26 6 ti 6.55 T ISS arrive. ’J. O RFAP, Vice President and Superiutei dent. EW VOLK AND KUIK HAH ROAD. 6.2*1 ar. 6.40 Ie 7.28 802 ‘‘Ad 9.87 IOU 10.81 11.15 *. rn. arrive. c .april Just, received by C P SQUIRES A CO. GLOVE A CO. T ANC ASTER’S    KID WA CLEANER. For sale by april    C P SQUIRES M A U <; E N ET A t JOUDR A Y , Lubin’s, MltchePs, Bazin’s, and other Perfumes.— A full assortment, by    C P SQUIRES A CO. B Greet Broad Cvapc, Th,nile Truck ami Trhxrr< A Route. to NEW YORK, BOSTON, And all Eastern fit ic*, CARRYING TUE GRB AT WESTER X A \>>R Tit WES TERS I SUED SIA TA v IM/Z.v Extra Trains lear* Dunkirk, daily, cm arrhal of nil Trains i n the Lake bh-'re Kailroa I, front C'lev -land, CM c*go, Milwaukee, St I’ao), St Louts, Dubuque, Iowa City, Ac , and run through to Ne* York Cit \ * hi . t ch* The univ Mouth running Cars through from the lake - to New York City. Splendid ventilated Sleeping Cars run rn Night Train' Baggage cheeked through. Fare alw a \' *- lo* av by a ny lither route. Boston Pn-'. ngersand their Baggage tr*n»ferred Free to New t o.k. Be particular and rail for tickets via Dunkirk, and ti • New York and f lie Railroad, which ar. sold at all Hie principal Railroad Office* In th? B est. This Road affords facilities for altijmient of F'relght, superior to any other route. An ExpreBs Froight Train leaves New ^ .irk daily, making clos? connections through to all points N\ est, anti quicker time than user betoil man? on any line. For Freight rates, enquire of J. C. Oat'Iax.241 Broadway, New \ ork, or of Jacob Forsyth*, Freight Agent, f.4 J. M. OSBORN, Gen. Ag.t Cleveland, ohio. A. BARBER, Ag’t Des Moines iowa. It OWN’S BK ON CHI AL TROCIIH9. Will immediately relieve Bronchitis, Coughs, Hoarseness, and other affections of the Throat and Lungs. For Winter Cough they are unfailing. To PubIK Speakers and Singers they are invaluable. For <ale by april    C    P SQUIRES A CO. J. attorneys and counsellors at law, A it (i Solicitors* in. Chancery, Bi RLI EG TOE, IO WA. Office, No 2, Copp A Parson’* new building, Jefferson 8'; vet, apposite Bari) House. R. H AKKISaTfto. LIQUORS. CT. Ct «• LOUIS, ST. PAUL, STILL- V ATER ANI) ST. ANTHONY 18tit).    DA IL Y PA CNET LINE    1860. or NORTHERN LUSE STEADIERS. B. J. BALL. I ( Att Pal A W AND U OL L E € TIO N OFFICE. SHEPARD A OVERTON, ■mrut al lent) aud Praetor* rn Admiralty. denier attention given to tit? Collection of Debts in ate, Western Illinois, Missouri, aud Nebraska, extensive WquaiiilarnTe tbrougti the liV*f, together Lh? information furnished by our correspondents, t jvntch Ale - ai to hunt up and secure old and doubtful claims. tty of all kind* sold <*t time wWch re<{Utre* security given belt ie deliver), if consigned to us will receive pi attention and last of security taken. .•mn Bauk of Cook A Baxter, Burlington, Iowa. SUSCA*!',    ti. I. OVKKTON, I CATAWBA WINE, J Made by John Baumbcger, of Des Moines cr unty. Alway* on hand at    A.    T.    GARTHE'-, j an 2 Side Wheel.’ Drug Stor«, opp. the Barret Htusu. PURK OLD PORT JUICE, I London Particular Madeira—very fine. Jules Robin k Co.’s Brandy, vintage of I**52. Meder Swan Holland Gin, strictly pure. Genuine London Porter and For sale by    C.    P.    SQUIRES    k    CO. I 3UKK WINES AND BRANDIES. ^ HARLES BEN DARWIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GEOUGE F. DARWIN, NOTARY PUBLIC. O'    up e.airs, in Kreichbaum’s new building, over lite Fv -t Ulli.i;.    Jon    2. Have just received a supply of Pure Liquor* of all kinds, bought with especial reference to their purity, for medicinal purposes. For sale by june I    C    P    SQUIRES    k CO. TONGUKSS, EMPIRE AND BLUE LICK WATER, Fresh from the Springs. For sale by [junel] ..Capt. P. A. Alford, ...    “    J. IV. Parker, ... “ W.L.B. Jenks, ...    “    T.    B. Rhode*, ...    “    T.    B. Hill, ,“ Jno. T. Rhodes, ..    “    D.    S. Harris, ..    “    P.    bod wick, ... “ Whettea, ... “ J. Worden, .. “ J. B. Davis, R. C. Gray. L I DENTISTS. a 111 Av I INV. TEETH. WITH, ut I PAIN. -r in need of Dental services will still find us at Ute Aint on J« Huson Mi reel, over Harper » Shoe Store— se air pi rpm ct to do ail lauds ut work in our line. i on Hula ana Stover Plate; aisu on Chvvplastic Pru-1 Le oat ut ai teeth filled to preserve their beauty and tin.!* from further decay. irk aune low tv) suit hard times, and Warranted. a t, loo©—dwii.    H BAILEY, D. D, 8. KETH EXTRACTED W ITH- OUT PAIN. DUS BRUNSON A MCCOLLOM, tor.    and    tm St*., w prepared to extract teeth without pain, having VU) J till laud unproved Electro Magnetic instrument, ewe to auv tieretoloiw introduced for that purpose. < iii filled, aud lull and pa! intl *el» of teem ilia? I ted on stuiospm-ric princqde. All ofverations as in drntuuy ‘“‘■J peri rn. a and wail auto a.    JOU.    2-bplj. c Pres Pl C iy3-dtf  __ SCOTCH ALE IO CONGRESS One case fresh Congress M afer, at uiay3-dtf C. P. SQUIRES t CO. WATER. Later, I MCCANN \ N D 4 HUGHES. BROWN STOUT. Muer’s Ale and London Brown Stout, a good article, at mayH-dtf    MCCANN    k    HUGHES. NORTHERNER........... CANADA................. metropolitan ....... SUCKER STATE......... PEMBINA............... W. L. EW ING............ GRAY EAGLE.......... NORTHERN LIGHT...... ITASCA................. KEY CITY............... WAR EAGLE............ HAWKEYE STATE _____________ These magi ii been t side wheel steamers vt ere built expressly for the trade, and are manned by careful and experienced officers; are fitted aud furnished with all modern ! improvements, with every accommodation for passengers, 1 and will run as advertised, making connection with the va-( rious railroads above, and with the Minnesota River pack | et* at St. Paul. Returning, they will connect at Hannibal with the Hannibal k St. Joseph Railroad, and at St. Loth* ! with daily line packets for Missouri river, and New Orleans, » Memphis, Louisville and Nashville packets, and Ohio river packets for Cincinnati, Wheeling and Pittsburg. The Northern Packet Line offer increased facilities, and i hope, by strict attention to the comfort of passengers and interest of shippers, to receive the liberal patronage hereto-1 fore extended to the Line. For freight or passage apply on hoard. marjy-dtim    JAMES    WARD.    President. Burlington, Jan2. -bp A. KAISER A CO., Jefferson Street. h TRST ARRIVAL Spring and Summer OLOTHING, IT HIK MAMMOTH CLOTHING DEPOT Having just received my first importation of SPRING AND SUM MER CLOTHING, I would Invite all my obi friends, and others in want of Goods in this line, to call and examine my stock, feeling confident that I ca.i (a9 ever) offer inducements to purchasers not to be surpa-M-d by any other House in the City. My stock of IMPORTERS OF, AXD DEALERS IN HARDWARE, ii TLK RY, TOOLS, SALLS, ETC., Wholesale and Retail, 27 JEFFERSON STREET, jan30    Burlington, Iowa. MORTON & CO , Wholesale A Retail Dealers in HARDWARE, CUTLERY, FILES, CARPENTERS AND MECHANICS TOOLS, Old stand of Ross A Whipple, Jefferson Street, BI RLING TON, IO WA. Have on hand rind are constantly receiving Heavy and Shelf Hardware oi' all kinds, including Locks, Nails, Hinges, Planes, Saws and Chisel*; Carpenters, Blacksmiths and Mesons Tools; Spades, linos. Shovels, Rakes and Garden Tools; Screw's, Files, Log, Trace, Coil and Pump Chains; Pump Fixtures and Tubing, Well wheels; Brass, Copper, Iron and Fence Wire; Which we offer to dealers and customers at the lowest rates for cash and short time. GUIO ULTU It AL IMPLEMENTS IIN US. For sale by O BO AT AND BKI DGK BUILDERS.—A large assortment of Burden’s wrought Spikes, from 4 to .S inch. jan'J Or, Protected Solution of Protoxvd of Iron. ’For sale by apr!7    C    P    SQUIRES    A    CO. Kerosine Oil a pure article and warranted to give Rail* faction, at [aprfi-dtf] MCCANN A HUGHES. PERUVIAN SYRUP, Or, Protected Solutio aprl7 ERO SI NE OIL. Ker ’actio: ours 11 es. A full and complete assortment of all kinds of Brushes Paint, Varnish, Scrub, Bath, Cloth, Hair, Hat and Crum Brushes, for sale at apt6 dtf    Mi CANN A HUGHES PERFUMERY, Consisting of Lubin’s and Buzin’s Extracts .o. t .etiaod kerchief, Cologne. Toilet Water, Pomades, Hair (tils, Co* metics, Fancy and Toilet Soaps, for sale at aprfi-dtf    MCCANN A HUGHES. Dearborn St., Chicago. SAM L S. KE \l», Agent, Toledo, Ohio. june26-dtf c. B. .fc (J R. K. LINK. Pl IRE WHITE LEAD. Old and Only Roliablo Route East. From Burlington to Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, PRt*bU!!* Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, and all other East arri and South Eastern Cities. 1st Morning Train leaves ?:05 A. M. 2d Accommodation    “    8:00    p. M. Bd Evening Express    “    s:i;»    p. >f Passengers leaving Burlington on the vu6 A. M. train connect at Mendota with the Illinois Central Railroad North and South, arid    at    Chicago txith    Hie    Mondo* and Evening trains (s:t>5    A.    M. and '-.15 P. M.)    connect with all the great Eastern Railroad routes, to wit; M u, R. It. via Detroit, M. S. R. R. via Toledo, and PiUf.bi.ro aud Ft. Wayne ll. It. via Ft. Wayne, of which passengers can take their choice. Only twenty hours from Burlington to Toledo; Thirteen hours ahead of any other route leaving Burlington Baggage checked through to Detroit, Niagara Falls and I New York. Boston, Toledo, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Pittsburg I and Philadelphia. Ticket* for this great Eastern thorough fare for sale at Ottumwa. Fairfield, Mt. Pleasant, and at the Ticket Off er corner Front and Water streets, Burlington. Sleeping Cars attached to the Night train*. Fare as low as by any other rout**. D. REMICK, j iri17 boff _ Gen. Agent C. ll. & Q. R. R. CUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. A julyiy T J. MORTON A CO. J. MORTON A CO. 150 kegs Pure Lead, 50 kegs No. I Zinc. Just received from the Factory and for sale low bv apr6-dtf    MCCANN A IM »> ES. o ILS AND YAUN I SI I b> Linseed Oil,    Tanner’s    Oil, While Oil,    Sperm    OII, Coach and Copa! Varnishes, just rec’d at apr6-dlf    MCCANN    A    HUGHES. DOUGLASS’ FORCE LIFT, | CACE! SAGE! Suction and Yard Pumps, and Iron Pump Curl)*, for sale by    (jan2)    J.    MORTON A CO. S’ jan2 GAY’S Drug Store. r_f SPOILSMEN. JiHt received a full assortment of Ely’s M ater Proof Caps, Wails, and other ammunition, which we offer at Wholesale and Retail at greatly reduced prices. J. MORTON A CO., jan2    Grimes    Block,    Main    Street. pop PI KITS PKAk7~ A Just received, a case of Colt's Revolvers at No. 30 Main Street. jan2    J-    MORTON    ACO._ LAY, II jan'. L OPS. Growth of 1S59. For sale by E. E. GAY INSEED OIL. 1,000 Gallons Linseed Oil. jan‘2 For sale very low by E. E. GAY. 131 Iii) SEED. A-A Canary, Hemp and Rape Seed, just received an* or sale at    (jan‘2)    GA    Y’S    Drug Store. CLOTHS, C ASftlMERES, VESTINGS, ETC., II OT WEATHER AND DE- IF ITED STATES MAIL. BILITATISG INFLUENCE UPON OUR HEALTH No Family ahould be w ithout a pure and genuine article of Wine, Coguiac Brandy or Holland Gin. Tbs medical qualities of the pure arc fully established. In receipt of such front direct Importers are KAMKE A MATTHIES, june27-d2m    No.    21,    South    W    ater    St. They hare in store constantly Old Claret Wine, Madeira    do Sherry    do Catawba    do Ulveinuh    do Old Cogniac Brandy, Holland Gin, Catawba Bitter*, Old Homestead Tonic, etc., etc., etc. DECKER, ti Ear, An and Domestic C PRlAiDlSTS. P. Sgl IRES A CO., AXD L OB. > Squire* A Blo**, MA IX A JEFFERSON STS. »f id are constantly receiving, a full as- INKS, I»UUGS, ( OKI* | iv rial iring to it Au Mc sal UiATkct pf AC PAINTS, OILS, DYES, their busine**, which will be apr 13-dtf G'CANN & HUGHES, JT'KEDKUICK H7«olesale dealer LIQUORS AND WINES, NO. 50 FRONT FTREET, Opi»o*ite the Ferry Lan^iing, BURLINGTON, IOWA. QT.n STOCK OF BRANDIES, GINS & WINES, I IOO bbl* copper di*(Uled ^double rectified) Wldakey. J lot) bbl* Old Bourbon bd do Rye    44 ; aprt-dtf    FREDERICK    BECKER. Only Weekly Line to CORK, Jal V RRPOOL, And all the principal cities of Great Britain and the Continent of Europe, calling at Queenstown, (Cork) Ireland. The Montreal Mail Ocean Steamship Company’s First Class full powered Cl) de built steamer* in connection with the GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY of Canada, sail every Saturday from Quebec, carrying the United States and Canada Mails and passengers. Bohemian, Capt. McMaster j Nova Scotian, Capt. Borland. N. Britain, ** Grange, Anglo Saxon, “ Balanune Two New' i Aitun, will he found of the richest and most fashionable styles, 1 and will be made up at prices which cannot fail to please I customers.    _    #    i But as particularizing is tedious, I would invite all to , call ai d examine for themselves, assuring them In advance I they shall not go away dissatisfied. E. EZEKIEL, 21 Jefferson st., mar29-dtf    next    door    to    the    State    Bank. Hoes, circular, Mi Sash and Gang Saws always on hand and for sale ; at    J-    MORTON A CO’S, jan2    Grimes’    Block, Main Street. JMG IRON 50 Tons “Hanging Rock” Iron, for sale low to el*.*? con- j signment.    [jan    *2.]    OGDEN    A    COPP.    j M KS. KIDDEITS CORDIAL. For the cure of Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Ac, (jan‘2) Via Michigan Central and Great Western (Canada) Railway. Trains leave tile leat Central Depot fool of Lake St. Chicago. 4:00 A. M.—Detroit Accommodation, daily (Sunday* excepted,) arrives at Detroit 6:00 p. in. 7.00 A. M Cincinnati Express, (Sundays excepted arrive at Indianapolis 4:00 p. rn.; Cincinnati at HAK) p. rn. *8:0) A. M Lightning Express, (Sunday* excepted) or riv'-s at Detroit 7:00 P. M .; Suspension Bridge or Bufuno 4:tK)a. rn.; Albany 8:00p.m.; New York 9:00 p.m. Boston, 12 at night. •2-SM) P. M. Niles Accommodation, except Sunday. &;O0 P. .YI.—New York and Boston Express, D-xoept Ha turday) arrives at Detroit 7:15 a. rn.; Suspension Biidg or Buffalo 4 20 p.m.; Albany 4:00 a.m.; New York 10:00 a. rn.; Boston, 2:00 p. rn. S:(M) P. M.—Cincinnati and Louisville Express, (except Saturday,) arrives at Cincinnati 9:00 a. rn.; Louisville at 4:1)0 p. in. One train on Sunday at 8:00 p. m. The 8:00 A. M. and K:oo P. M. trains connect at Paris wLh the Pmffalo ami Lake Huron Railway, for Buffalo and all points east; at Toronto with Grand Trunk Railway, to Kingston, Ogdensburg, Montreal, Quebec, aud all paints 1 In Canada East, Northern Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. For sale at RTI GAYS. A N D Baggage checked through. Through t 4 RTI STS COLO K S Y MATERIALS. Alway* to be found at. A. T. GA RT HE’S. jan2    Drug    Store,    opp.    Barrel    Louse, (I IN MAKERS 3 Rifle Barrel*, Ac., for sale by an2 MATERIALS, J. MORTON A CO. w SADDLERY ETC. T. DANNER, DEALER IN OLI GO AND COMMON IRON IO    OF    ALL    SIZES. S T K F. Ii OF ALL KINDS. Springs, mfjtles, Thimble Skeins, aff* BLACKSMITHS TOOLS For sale by    [jan2]    FOOTE    A    EWING. M accaboy snuff. - loo lbs for sale by (jan2) sr E. E. GAY* Jan O It W O O D ’ S TINO T . O F Veratria Veriile. For sale by    E.    E.    GAY. Wholesale and Retail Agent. ON CE N T Ii AT ED LYE. Vy The hest article out, for making Soap. 'Ugh ticket* for sal? at Hie principal Railroad offices in the West, anil at the genera) office, corner Lake arid Dearborn streets, opposite the Tremont House, Chicago, ami at the Depot, foot of Lake -fleet R. N. RICE, Superintendent. II. J. Spalding, Pa**. Agent.    jv, CUMMER ARRANGEMENT, WGO TWO DAILY TRAINS FOH THE EAST, V I a- Peoria, Oquawka A IS ii ii i tit: Iii Railroad. Tv j tao. JWI DRUGGISTS ANI) CHEMISTS, >4 J*T't. *1 street, BurHugttm, Iowa. erwlgued having entered into partuer*lrip with > corrpittg ou the Data tit wit aaa, beg leave re- ; a auuoaaoe mat they have uowr ou hand and | IU? old Maud al Allen Iii minx, a Dew and well I <■* af oil the article* IU their line, such a* S, PAINTS, DlLi*. DV E STUFFS, \ AKN ISM I J}, GLASS, WHI IE LEAD. Ac.. Ac. c MIAMUAIGN WINES. 25 basket*Me**. A. Dutemple A Field, 15    “    Fleur De Bouzy, It)    “    Ueldiaeck. FREDERICK BECKER. N. American, , j Canadian, (new) rinps (building) Fare from Chicago or Milwaukee to Queenstown (Cork) or Liverpool; First Clots, according to position of berth, $89 and $103 Steerage, found w ith cooked provisions,    $45 Return Ticket*, First blas*, good for timo’#. $D0and$216 Steerage,    $>8 and $96 Certificate* issued for bringing out passenger* from all the principal town* of Gnat Britain and Ireland, by alto vc steamers or sailing vessels, at very reduced rates. For freight or passage apply to the Company’s General Agent*, tSabel A dearie, 19 Water street, Liverpool, Cork aud Dublin, and 23 Broadway, New York, Ww Graham, Detroit and Milwaukee K. it., Milwaukee, JAMES WARRACK, Grand Trunk Railway Office, anlS-dly    74    Dearborn street, Chicago. STEAMBOAT AGENTS. "OAKTON T. DAVID, receiving, forwardingaxd commission ME BCU ASI AND STEAMBOAT AO EXT, Water Street, No*. 42 A 48, Burlington, Iowa. Prompt attention given to the purchase and sale of Produce, and to the Forwarding Business.    jan    1.7-dtf apr2 vet with all **, Va ahab at large I* r« Uvular atle Ll the v artal the aile in •pecUuilv I ou gi\eu u xvtfuly a rill ie* pertaining to the of the trode aud of the ed. preparation of pre*crip dkite.1. MCCANN A HUGHES. TERMAN WINES. RuJesheitner, N ackenbeimer, U ngstciner, Gruneberger, apr2 FREDERICK BECKER. Hides, Leather, Findings, mul Saddlery Hard ira re. So. 66 JEFFERSON ST., Keep a full stock of Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, French and American Kips, Oak and Hemlock Upper, French and American Calf, Kid and Pat ut Leather, Currao and Boot Morocco, Harness, Bridle and Skirling, Splits and P id Skins, Toppings an I Linings, Black and Colored Lastings; Wira A FILL SUPPLY OF BOUT AND SHOE FINDINGS, ANI) SA DD LER Y HA RD WA RE. Also, Manufacture and have a full Assortment of Saddles, Harness Collar*, Trunks aud Wlii|><4. Shoe Makers, Harness Makers, Dealer*, anil the public in general, are invited to call and examine my stock before purchasing, feeling satiof .d that I can suit them in price and quality. $2gr*T w ill pay ti re very highest market price in cash tor any quantity of O’ twit and Green Sal to I Hides, Dry Sail d and Dry Flint Hidis, Calf Skills and Ears. I am al*o Agent for the celebrated GROVER AND HAKER SF VV INC; MACHINES. Suitable for every kind of sewing from the finest Linen, to the heaviest Lea her, and will sell al the Boston Manufactory’s price. fiend for a circular. W. T DANNER, tnar.Vdtf    66    JatTerson street. For sale ny IC. E. GAY. ION (J E NT 11 ATE I) LYE & POTASH, For making Soap, just received at may3-dtf    MCCANNA HUGH Eg. STO YES CTAS BURNING COOK STOVES j S. MELLINGER A CO., Man ufacturerH and Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in Stoves, Hollow Ware. Casting*, Sheet Iron, Tinner’* Stock, Japanned and plain Tinware, Pressed Ware, Copper and Sheet Iron ware. Job work done, such as Rooting, Guttering and Spouting. Will he undersold by no one. All goods warranted, and will take in exchange Old Copper, Brass, Pewter, Lead and Hags. No. 83 Jeffermvn Street, jan25-dtf    Burlington, Iowa. c Vol ma o OIL OAL OIL ! COAL Reduction In Price. Have on banda fresh supply of Coal Oil for burning purposes, which we retail at $1 per gall., and warrant, junel    C.    P.    SQUIRES    A    CO. POWDER! POWDER^ Powder, IOO Kegs FFF IOO] “ FFF IOO Kegs Blasting Powder, For *ale low by    (jan2) K. E. GAY M G OLDEN ERA O ODEN & COPP, STEAMBOAT AND GENERAL TRANSFER AGENTS, Also Agent* for buying and celling produce, Ac. Our acuities for Storage are unsurpassed in the West. JOHS OUDKS,    TI UTU* J. COFP. jan dtf. CGC ST CJS T GAUTHE, Urn ti',-,..?: •a Wag Ai supe ’ Kl ft __ 'PpaeUe Barret H aum, af rn* trieuds and .he public gen-wit cled stock of Drugs aud rn- kood« ane warranted to be perfectly Hi. price* s 4 be found to be a* low a* -« and E KENCH AY INES. apr2 Wed OC, §t. Ettepbe, St. Juline, a J de Tenet A Edward .ie Genre?*, v 'REDER! (J BordeauxA FREDERICK BECKER. - * amt f Drugs and Medicines alway® a good *»v ruitout of Patent Medicine*, r stock of Perfumery, Soap, Clothe*, Hair, Nail bra*:.-*, lixi..-*, Supporter* ana Shoulder Brandle* for medical puqioaew, worraated SUNDRIES. k«C14D ^rtaoUlv EUcHikd lo and put tllid builiiudi,    **—xiij'. BOOK BINDERY. JjjTKPHEN t. acres, •'’JSKM.EK, nrts HI LDR ANI) BLANK »OOK april Sherry Wine Madeira ** Cherry ** Port    “ Ginger “ BioAkberry “ Raspberry “ Curarco, KunincL, Fever Bitter*, Extract D* Abdat he- FREDERICK BECKER. .    .    MKN    CF ACT!. RER, A    Ju.-ck, Main St ait. si., hurling Urn, Inca. Ueecrtpuon done to order. Rlaak Book* a tnaiiuJactarwa Ut any style. Paper, monk*. Ac., lo any pattern,    job Abp/. I 858. apr? ll cr a. AOD CAU-wha.    _    _ fKEDIRICK BICKER. Lightning rods. 4ouy Feet with fixtures, for sale low, to close consignment.    gaud)    OGDEN    A    CUPP. WAGONS. f ? A few more of those superior “Michigan Wagons,” warranted to give satisfaction. Call and see them, jan*    OGDEN    A    COPP. I OTISVILLE CEMENt7~ COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD. NKW KHA COOKING    STOVES FOR WOOD. IT MION COOKING    STOVES FOR COAL. Parlor, Box and Coal HEATING    STOVES OF VARIOUS PATTERNS AND SIZF.S, For sale by    FOOTE    A    EWING. VITRINE CARDS JUST RECEIVED, a fresh supply of Main Cylinder Card* Danfler    do Fancy    do Filleting    do Comb Plates, Card Cleaners,* Tacks, Emery, Ac. For sale at Maaofacture’r* prtiea, by jan2 K. GAY Wf/ C E N rr s FOR A BOTTLE OF SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE CADDLERY IIAKDWAKE A full stock. Also i Bridle*, Saddles, Collar* and Harness, manufactured and tor foie bv    [jan2]    "    .    T.    DANNER. lur tale by \\ jam \v ’ IlIl’S AND LASH KS. ENC IOUKAGE YOUK OWN. w:ll Piva 25 Dollars A full selection* T. DANNER. T. DANLER, A-J Just received, anew supply Inept.    _ of that Superior Ce-OGDEN * COPP. ’O PLASTERERS. A Lot of Hair for Plastering, close bornagain em. ) ani    _ T For sale very low, to OGDEN A COPP. J^LME! LIME! LIME! Port Byron White Lime for Finishing or Whitewashing. For sale by the barrel, by    OGDEN    A    COPP. jan t.__ w 'HEAT AND OATS—STORACE We are prepared Store Wheat and Gal* during th? Winter. Libero! advance made, (ani OGDEN A COPP. poAL: coal: coal: V_> Conrtaatij on hand and for Sale, best Colchester Coo! for BisvaxmUimg. JU* WUOLKSaLK AKS RETAIL UK A LER IX Harness, Mtridle and Skirting, SOLF. LEATHER. FRENCH AND AMERICAN KTP IND CALF, UPPER LININGS, LASTS, FINDINGS, iC. Now in More a full ».«sartment, wide I. is* offered to the trad* at the lowest posaib-e each price*. Orders frutn the c-un* try promptly attended to. jan. 2.    Jefermai    Street,    Near    Fourth. > ELT IN GT 3    AU    die* of Vulcanized Rub)** arx Leath**r Machine Beit mg, al New York ii-'- prices, .siio Rubber Packing, Rivet*, etc.    it.    S.    A! AMS. I CAUREI every de>eripUon W. T. DANNER. 'PLUNKS, VALISES, X bags, hat boxes, ac., mode and repaired by    _ O M)DLEUY HA IID IVA KET. [5    A.    FULL    ASSORTMENT Also Collar*, liame.4, far sale low to Harm** MD*cr*. 'I    ...    .a*..,*    at    *) Eastern b»b' duplicated at some prices, adding freight. iAI1a    ii.    S.    ADjUAS. JOO- ___ - OGDEN k COPP* VV HIPS. f $    J OJI received, oil qualities of Whip* and Will im rn rn at a cun-U adv auve over oianuJaciurer* price*, W    »R.B.    ADAMS. >an. SILAS A. HUDSON &CO., waOLV.SAL* .* WD E1TAIL DK ALER llI STOVES, CASTINGS Tin Plato, Copper and Sheet Iron ALSO—IRON, NAILS, STK KL, &C, iso sjixcFACTCBea or Tin, Copper A* Sheet iron ll VOY Main Street, op|>nsite the \\ ijihfman Hume, BUR LING 7 OX, low We off»*r to the trade, Merchant* and other®, this year one of the large* and most complete atocha in our tine evej brought to Iowa, and are prepared to and wdi scil upon ie good tertus a* any house In Chicago or fit. Louis. COOK IXG, V Mf LOR ANI) ll KATIN ti STOVE?. We itave the be-4 Cooking fitoxe* out. And decided IJ the neatest and fullest assortment of Parlor, F’raaki.n mid otlier Heathirfitov-** to )<e found iii any one houie. tact rn West—embracing over twenty new pattern?', and of a rf J Ie i of fin:‘h un -quailed by any other pattern*. IRON, STEEL, NAILS, AC. AC. We have opened a room exclusively Lr tile ea'.c of Iron, I and will keep a large and full «*s*ori .eat of every kind and description of Iron and of th* artkie* connected with lid* Urines*, which we will sell al the lowest market price*. TIN, COPPER AND si!KET LEON WARE* A full assortment kept constantly on hand, and for sale whole sale and retail; and every deicripUon of JOB WORK and ROOFING done to order. The public are invited to examine our ock before cunk-ing purUiAkCA. Every article told warramsd aa recom-taeoied.    joa2dly. worth of Furniture, Toy*, Crockery, Ac., which would be destroyed, but for being mended in time. Tiffs article meet.-, all such emergencies, and no family can afford to do without it. 1.    It is liquid and always ready for use. 2.    It Is always up to sticking point. 3. A brush accompanies each bottle [and may be left In the bottle. 4.    The little may be left uncorked. 5.    It Us for sale al wholesale or retail,    at HAWLEY’S MUSIC STORE, J -in 16    Barret    House    building.    Third    Street. ON and after Wednesday, May 23 d, I Stay, train* will run a? follows: TRAINS GOING EAST. TOLEDO EXPRESS, will leave Burlington daily, Saturdays excepted, at SHK)p. m., arriving at Peoria at 12:40 e. w.; connecting with L. P A B. Trains for Logansport, lo-ledo, Cincinnati, Ac., and 111 Central Trains at El Paso and Gilman ; fit Louis, Alton arui Chicago Trains at Che non ; New Albany A Salem Trains at Reynolds. .MIXED TRAINS, will leave Burlington daily, Sandals excepted, at 7:00 a. m., arriving at Peoria at 8:0o p. m , connecting with L. P. A B. Railroad; making connection* at El Paso and Chenoa with Passenger Train of 111. C en t rn I and fit. Louis, Alton and Chicago Railroad*. TRAINS GOING WEST. Mixed Train will leave Peoria, at 7.30 a. m., daily fiun-, day' excepted, arriving at Burlington at 2.HO p. nectiog at B. with B. A M. K. It. Trains, at 3.00 p. m., for j Fairfield, Mount Pleasant, Ottumwa, Ac, | Toledo Ex pre** will leave Peoria lady, Sunday* excepted, at 3:40 p m. , arriving at Burlington at s 5o p. rn. Accommodation Train will leave Peoria daily, Sunday* j excepted, at 12 rn., arriving at Gale*burgai 4 4 p. M.,con-I Heeling with Ute Quincy Road for Quincy, Hannibal, aud St. Joseph. | The above is a new and very much shorter Line than j any other to the above named point*. it i* thoroughly built and well managed, and run in ; #very a ay to merit the approbation of the trav eling public. Car* w ill run through directly from Burlington to Toledo I without ( bange, and arrive In advance of any and ail J other Line*. Our advantage* are, Shortest and Quickest; one Lu I change of Car*; no Omni bussing a* via Chi' ago; conn* • thins positive, a* it I* owned ami controlled by the same Interest, w bile via Chicago it is the reverse. In short ii is ! every way, THE MOST DESIRABLE USE. GEORGE WILLIAMS, Jr., Sup’t. L. II. WalKUT, Gen. Ticket Agent. J junei-dlf j 17 R E I (Ti II T OFFILL FLORIA, OQUAWKA AND BURLINGTON R R NOTI Cl AUCTION AND COMMISSION Q ii HARRI?®, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, AXD DK Al.KR IX Dry Good*, Notionit, Clothing, Boot*, Sh eg, d e 66 Main St., Burlington, Iowa, Will attend to Auction Sale* of Real Estate, Hones, Cattle, Household Good*, Hid other property, La any part of Die (■tty or country. Consignments solicited, on which liberal advance* will be made. Prompt Rktcrx* Mad* tx All Casks. KKFKKKSCKn: Bridge, Phepard A Waterman, 16 Dey St., N. Y., J a- ii. Chadwick A Co., fit. Louis, Munouri. Hedge*, Free A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Hound* A Langdon, 155 Randolph fit., Chicago. 111. Cootoau^h A jig oak?, Banker*, Burlington, Iowa. Lauman, Hedge, A Co., “    “    “ J. L. Corse A Son,    41    44 :    jandwffmdtf. JOHN FULLKN, FOHWAKDIXO A COMMISSION MERCHANT, AGENCY CHY, IOWA, Having completed In* new bu hhng, he is now prepared t* receive goods on consignment, and to do a general Commission Business A* Iii* house Ll insured, be hope* to ‘lave his share of Hie public patronage. Thanking my customer* for post favors and hoping a continuance of ’he ovr.ie, I remain    .    ...... Your* Respectfully, JOHN FULLEN, mays Alf    Agency    CR/,    Iowa. To Merchant* and fibipre-r* wildling to *hip by the above Road, w ill please call at tile Peoria Railroad Ticket Office, '2"5 VV aivr fitreet, to have their bills of lading signed. This Company have arrangements to ship to fit. Louis, Cincinnati and Cairo, without change of cat ? june'2-dtf    ll.    C    KING,    Agent. .HEAT VICTORIA BRIDGE * OI’FN. This Imm-nse iron Structure, nearly two mile* In length, (the longest in the world) erected acioaa tim Hirer St. iAltertnee at M ntreal. at a cost of Hi* and a half Million* of Dollars to Connect the Eastern and Western divisions of the Qrank Trunk Railway of Canada, ( I Is now open for public traffic. This road, cf nearly I,IOO miles in length, la operated under ONE MANAGEMENT FROM DETROIT, MICH., TO PORTLAND, MB. And there i* only One Change of Cars * From Chicago or the Mi»<i*rfppl River to Portland or Bv* ton. Q'.lickc*t and most convenient route for travel it-tween the cowhand West, and Canada and -New England. Pa.'-engers and freight booked through to all part* of Ct n-a-ia and the New England State*, also to and from CHICAGO ANO LIY CK POOL And the Continent of Europe, at eon-ideralff r i educe J rat - by 'he only regular weekly line<^ United Htate* ai d Eur<>;>ean Mail fiteamer*, sailing from Portland every fia-lurdav aud from Liverpeeff every Wednesday throught.ut iii? ear F'-r further particular* apply to WALTER -HANLY,    JAM    Es    W.vRRACK, General Manager,    Uea.    Western Agent, Montreal.    7    4    Dearborn sucet. ja:i 13-d ly c 1 ANES. A fine assortment, just received at HAW LF. Y*S MUSIC STORE, fan-.’    Barret    Hoaae    budding,    fiord    itmft ;