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Dubuque Du Buque Visitor (Newspaper) - November 16, 1836, Dubuque, Iowa_ vol. In no. 28.jdu Buque visitor. What was his reply that he ref tet eco a Quot Quot form them that no such papers had been fled in his office where were they in the hands of the governor. Did he wish to make the apportionment in secret or did he fear that if the census was seen that Belmont would not appear As the Centre of population by by did not the governor insert the number of inhabitants of this territory in his proclamation he should have done it to satisfy the minds of the people that Belmont was the Centre of population and that he had made a Correct apportionment to each of the counties. It is a singular anomaly in the history of this territory that her governor should have waited until the great City of Belmont was reared up by a Speculator from Illinois before he convened the legislative Assembly and at a time when the people were looking Forward with trembling anxiety to the period when the unconnected mass of organic materials should be cemented by the representatives of the people when courts of Justice and Law should be established to protect the a weak against the Strong a and when peace and order should take the place of tumult and confusion. Look at the time that elapsed from the 4th Dav of july until the governors proclamation was issued. Did it require All this time to take the census Why then this delay was it not to give time to the Belmont proprietor to Complete the Council House and other buildings and were not those buildings nearly Complete when the proclamation was issued Why was not this and other proclamations signed by the Secretary of the territory is he notes much a Legal officer As the governor himself the act establishing the territorial government of Wisconsin has provided that the Secretary of said territory a shall record and preserve All the Laws and proceedings of the legislative Assembly hereinafter constituted and All the acts and proceedings of the governor in his executive department How is it possible for the Secretary of this territory to discharge that duty which the Law has enjoined upon him and which he would willingly perform unless those documents which relate to executive proceedings Are placed in his hands the governor should have remembered in calling the legislative Assembly at Belmont that he Laid himself liable to one of the same charges made against the King of great Britain in the celebrated declaration of ind Epen Dence. A that he has called together legislative bodies at places unusual uncomfortable and Distant from the repository of their Public records a a. This charge is almost literally True. \ is this was one of the charges in support of which the heroes and sagos of the revolution a pledged their lives their fortunes and their sacred Honor Quot and was one of the causes which impelled the separation of the colonies from great Britain forever and Here i must say that the convening the legislative body at Belmont a place uncomfortable a and Distant Quot from books and documents necessary for Tho use of the members has been the cause which impelled the separation of a Groat number of citizens from the governor of this territory. If Ever i sincerely regretted the act of a Public officer it was this. Governor Dodge came to this territory a popular Man and i say deservedly so he was received warmly by the people and they hailed with More than common Joy the return of their fellow citizen with an appointment which placed him in the executive chair but when they saw him turn round and in their very faces Convene the first legislative Assembly at a place almost u towns and villages of which it cannot be said they Are a few and far on this Noble River a person can perceive something of the rapid growth of our Happy Republic if so Blind that he has not observed it in the older states a passenger observed that towns seemed to Spring up by magic if a person travelled the River a few times at ony Short intervals he would find Many towns that had grown up during his absence. Our Progress up the Mississippi was not quite so rapid As we had to contend with the current of this a father of Rivers a being then at its highest stage overflowing All its Banks. On the night of the 14th we arrived at St. Louis and next morning took passage on the Good boat Missouri Fulton bound for this place where we arrived on the 22d, being just three weeks from the time i left you this is considered a Quick passage. I suppose you will want to know something about our fare on the boats. Of this i cannot speak in very flattering terms when it is considered we had from 150 to 200 passengers you will acknowledge we were crowded and crowded we were to some purpose and the weather excessively warm you must know i took a deck passage. At this you May be surprised but a deck passage on the Western boats is not what you consider it to be at the East. The deck is enclosed from the weather and births put up on which the passengers put their own bedding and a Large stove is free to All to prepare their victuals. In this Way a person that lays in a Stock of provisions at Pittsburgh can travel very comfortably at about half the expense of a Cabin passage it Cost me j35 All the Way through from Philadelphia to Dubuque. You know Seal of cover ment. And la Bop la cells me Dat a representation of Dis Moines county is going to try to get it established at Burlingto. But Julish Ter Printer depend on it Dat is Nuttin but a play lie de people has raised on Mem. For i happens to to acquainted Mit a coot part of de members from dal county and i do know Dey arc too Shmart for Dat. Because mister by inter if Day Boult try for Dat Dey would mind me of a Story i heard a pout a tog Dat was Crossin de River on a log Mit a creat shun of meat in his Mout and seeing de Shaddir and supposing it to be an udder piece and Wishin to secure boat drop to do piece he had and do Ruby lost every Ting. Now mister Printer 1 understand Dat some ode people of Belmont ish a going to have de state House right Quot Strait away off lode four lakes and among Dis party ish or. La Rightn my coot old wend Brigham Brigham olde Bloo moans dal old Fox vat you Dink mister by inter Side plan of or. Brigham and his party in \ acting to carry Oft de state House glib Beur and All away to de four lakes and leaving poor Shon at Belmont by himself Hyde people dells me Dat Dey Are actin to device de Derri Dory and make do Mississippi a line Between dem. And Den Dey say Dat do four lakes will be Shest about do Centre of de East Der Mitory. Now mister by inter we will suppose for do Sake of argument Dat de position Isa Good one Den mister Printer i would Shost say what is de natural inference ? me dinks it would be Dat so Long As is Dorri Dory is not derided Dat Dubuque might venture to Peep oui Shost a Bootle. And Aldow mister Printer you nor me Dursht not give de pig people of Dis parly any advise Lor fear Dey will be mad yet Shest Between you and me 1 will Dell you de Corse i Dink Wisdom dictates to deut Dat is if Dey Ever expect to git de seat of government at de four lakes Dey shoud Tropic do state House across de Mississippi at do pie sent Seshong and Den it will he forever out of Dei Way and after Dat petition fora division of i wednesday nov. 16, 1s3g. H my destination was Galena bul i found that a Dorri Dory. And in Deir claim has any fou Dashon place so full i could not get lodging or a now it will have a much better Den. De folks of Corn Madation of any kind and the streets so i Buque dells Ine Dat some of de pig people of Muddy that i became disgusted with the place j 1 a no it 1alk3 ap�11 a a a Wing de seat of government at first sight but with a better acquaintance i a ? some Dalka having it away at i 1 1� a 1 taken i a and udders agin talks about having it to More i it away Down in de Corner at Milwaukee. But Dubuque stands upon the West Bank of the Mish Tei. Briuer i Dink All Dis is Shest a Anu Ilder Mississippi opposite the North West Comer one. For i Dink All such Holder dash As Dis would the state of Illinois it derived its name from hardly come Mitin de Rainge of liitle oys. And 1 a Frenchman who lived and traded amongst shall be slow to believe Dat dare isso Pectle Imelli the indians won their Confidence conciliated their affections and was made a chief amongst. music Jiobu 1cci to us Icil gence in de representation of dose respectable parts of our Deni Dory now mib tor Printer in a a Ali its in june 1833, being the earliest Peri of nutty no to in us f null r cart t of that they were allowed by government Togiai ins it la Uoo a in <i0riivlory for de seat of Covern come on this Side of the River after the Black intent Only Dat a wheresoever de Claase in darn Hawk War though they mad Many excursions will de eagles he gendered now Mish contrary to Law previous to that time but no Ier Printer i shoud like to know who is a coing buildings were erected so that the town is but to pay Shon for Shearin Shearin and Shearin three years and four months old yet you would an<1 Abter a people dinks Shest As Dey Dit Bebe astonished to see the March of improvement to Eba a mister Printer Coopy. Q. In so Short a space of time where hut a few Short years ago was the Indian wigwam and Hunting ground now May he seen on every hand the fruits of civilization. Dubuque at this time is thought to contain a population of 1200 souls and amongst he the a Ilmoni editor must he tin sol a triple a tags not to see that the Printer had committed an these Wero the words of a gentle Man who sometimes expresses himself with great Energy in Tho French Tongue in Reading the silly criticism in the last Gazette concerning the word respectable. We fear our friends remark Jill be deemed too severe. To too question put by Tho Gazette we reply that the a a apology was a Frank statement Given to an eminent functionary of Tho circumstances connected with the publication of the letter of cur tiits to which we added our unfeigned regret that any dispute had Arisen in relation to the ownership of Belmont orto the propriety of convening the legislature at that place. We have too High an opinion of the person to whom this was said to suppose for a moment that he viewed it As an apology nor shall to believe on the evidence contained in the Gazette that lie Ever gave any such intimation. In cases like the present we should he the last to offer anything in the shape of an excuse. The name of the writer has been Given up and our columns Are always open for explanation Ord Fence by the party aggrieved. The Brilliant remarks by the conductors of the Belmont paper or a retainer equally endowed glancing at what is termed our a Neutral ground a afforded us some amusement. We refer Tho writer to the 24th number of the visitor and to our prospectus. If we have not rushed into the party strife of the Day neither have we concealed our sentiments on the great question which has for some Lime agitated the Union. At the general election on the 10th of Otohei last 4370 votes were Given in the several counties of Wisconsin Torr Iory. In the county of Iowa 1288. Dubuque 1031. Des Moines 883. Milwaukee 781. Brown �o35. Crawford g8. __4776. Baris papers inform a that the King has appointed m. E. Bonatis tube his envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 11 the United states of America. From the Belmont Gazette. It May he truly said that a we have fallen upon a Vil times a Whan the most barefaced malicious and wicked slanders Are published to Tho world tending to the injury of private character and individual interest. Mozaras i am a Kajiko n ally con them arc some of the most intelligent men i j cenl0am at the l8fian a of Inith it itself. Ever met with though tins i believe is ape but when y 880 tilts Char actor of a valuable nubile guitar characteristic of All Western people officer Attak 1 a a a Kristi and myself accused As which i cannot account for in any other Way ids aider and abettor in the commission of acts of than that All who travel Art men of Enterprise j injustice and oppression towards my fellow Citi and in so new a country a have been travel j Zens Justice to him to the Community and to my ers. Some hundreds of houses have been e a Elf require that tech attacks should to in win. Myers As received direct join nov Orleans the following articles 13 lids. N. O. Sugar 32 hags Havanna coffer 3 Hall pipes Chamire Brandy 3 do do Teno Rieff amp. Madeira Wims 1 or. Cask Madeira wine 11 years old 1u bids first and fourth proof Brandy 2 do. New Orleans rum 2 do Gin 5 do sugar House molasses a 20 baskets Cha Nivaigne wine 10 do an Issott 10 boxes assorted candies 10 do French cordials 1 Uhl. Do perfect love 1 do Anisette 2 casks Winter strained Oil 5 boxes starch 2 do Mustard 4 do Sweet meats 10 do Claret wine 2 Buhls. Loaf sugar 4 boxes gun powder and Imperial teas 12 fatties do and do do. 10,000 Malea cigars 5 boxes lines Togo Thor with a general assortment of Wasja a a a a a a so so All of which will be sold Low for Cash or Lead. Dubuque nov. 9, 183g. 27-sw strayed from the premises of the subscriber living at Durango on monday the 17lhu�o� a red amp White cow with a Bell. She a real Sale of lots in Madison a. To the subscribers will sell at Public auction a�3d a West this town on the Alst Day of november next. Sale to commence at 10 of clock a. M. Terms Une fourth of the Purchase Money must be paid Down and the balance in six and twelve months without interest. Madison is one of the Fine towns in Wisconsin territory which obtained a Preemption act of Congress passed on Tho 2d Day of july 1836. The title is therefore unquestionably Good. Too much cannot to said in favor of this situation for a town site. Nothing need to said to those who arc acquainted with it and we. Would refer those who Are not to an advertisement in the Missouri Republican hut would prefer All those who wish to Purchase an interest in this town personally to examine the site and surrounding country. J. J. B1 Jakes Joseph Webster Bill am ii. 111ll, . Bratton. Madison w. To oct. 21, 183g. 27-ts Dign Antly and pointedly repelled. The above remarks Are induced by a communication published in the Dii Buque visitor of the 5tn ult., Over the signature of Scurry universally exec rated in this territory a place 1 j a a formed for the purpose Bui a Quot it by rented without much regard to Comfort or convenience but on y for a temporary residence a but this reason a spirit of improvement is abroad. The catholics have nearly completed i m that Anide is Ltd Incontro it i Etc it la Light a Large Stone Church the 1 Resby tenant Are j jettv0 the impression on Tho mind of some honest now erecting a commodious Stone House a individual Tomt governor Dodge and myself acted Large Hole is to be erected this fall by a com in concert in the establishment of Belmont that at a Cost of a j the governor was interested in it that the Legisla if the governor has lost Many friends and j running at right huh Rea Liaina a at 1 a a a ail8wer have Rel lived that supporters he May justly charge the loss up apart. Great exertions Are being made by o Hymi steam of Dubuque on that insignificant place Belmont and its citizens to Heve the seat of Goveia Niit to his character and personal Worth will he com grasping proprietor whether he was interest i Cater Ler it no Quot a 8 Lle mo8t eligible Situa pared with mine by a just Public before they willed in that place or not. If interested for him a a on la territory being the Centro of popu j condemn As sordid and mercenary the High mind self or his relations or if to wit a gtd to build ulat on aug a tar most geographical Centre that cd the chivalrous and honorable chief magistrate up Jolt Atchison he has now reaped his Quot rec a be obtained that is any Way suitable for a of our territory. I a i the purpose. In order effectually to contradict and counter the first a legislature is to be chosen this fall i act la of 0 Bac Asb iri.01,h�?T a a a a Libambu a the far who have to locate the seat of government and Fae of our wort ii go Vernor have deemed to ail act of Justice to make the following certificate. It and if Ward. I must now diverge from the course i intended to have pursued in this communication i do hereby certify that governor Dodge had no government and once More notice some editorial remarks i a Iacy a a code of Laws for the future govern which i appeared in the Belmont Gazette of Neit of people of Wisconsin. 1 feel much nov. 9th of tiny ii ii Feiru Ament re Hin a at interested in the approaching canvass As 1 Ama a Curtins knows nothing lie will be the 1 test Larcaly a citizen and have the privilege of sex "nui�8t 111 the cloy of by Lmont at the time of its to offer an a use when none can be fairly de a cruising the elective franchise l All that ural be Al a a ha9 is mantled. Such a course May he taken by the i z. Males above 21 years residents of the Ter person alluded to or by the sch not editors. on b july last Are allowed that and Ali or Covert assistants hut such will not a it rvs so. ,. Lie. The Mono ,a Ilc legislation of two and possibly three states will receive their colouring from the action of the. A first legislature of Wisconsin As assume the manners and language Best suited Sai Tobe Nuge a8 the thinee., original states consequently other states will soon be created within our present boundaries therefore millions upon millions of human beings Are soon to act their part on this vast Domain. Vou desire to know something in regard to the mining business. Of this 1 to the course of Curtius. Some who have an object to gain will be obsequious to the great is. In i j 1 lust of Wisconsin As the territory is assume the manners and Lavirt Tate Best suited. I. A 3 to their purpose a and Crook the pregnant hinges of the know where Thrift May follow the editors of Tho Gazette have stated mice for All that they Are the sole editors and proprietors of that establishment. This assertion i doubt materially. They May be the ostensible editors and proprietors of that press but docs cannot write from cup Oreace As 1 have not a prospected any yet. The Mineral is found imbedded ill tiie Bluffs which Are about three Hundred feet above the level of the River. Holes Are sunk in the not a certain individual formerly editor of the 1 ground similar to the digging of Wells and the a Galenian a stand behind the curtain As the a rocks and dirt drawn up by a Windlass and rope chief Juggler the same Man who was the com i Boin time the minor meets with the solid Rock Panion and Puffer of the governer in the last vol cd he has to remove by blasting 20 or 30 feet. Indian War and whose prowess was so great the inil1�ral is found in the crevices of rocks at Vaas it is said that he fearlessly assaulted and i riou8 distances from the surface 1 believe Down a took the Scalp of a dead Indian a does not 01,0 Hub ill Cal feet ,,l8 vci�?~i8 pric pal Ono ill. a a a ii _ i by Earl and West we cult is followed up by Drifting Lovert Rioza b t i meal or l8 en�1&Quot i us the miners term it under ground 80 or 100 feet Oyer does he not know How Well he paid Nore. Tho82 to iat Are so fortunate As to strike a s journeymen punters. Good Lead pronounced leed can raise several a a. Gazette have a Knowledg Hundred dollars Worth per week whilst others have a that at onetime the proprietor of Belmont dug Ninny months and found nothing. The great did own that press and i am inclined to think i secret appears to he in getting Over a Crevice. The mat in fact he is the owner still. Mir. Al is in Large masses or lumps i have seen _ As the editors of the Gazette Are fond of i a Ine that weighed above 300 lbs. The Price now ving advice Curtius will now take the same is doll Ais per 1000 lbs. And Tasen away by the a a a a a smelters who run it into Moulds and sell Lor about 5 doll Ais per 100 let a. J iii place has gained its importance from the Lead business most of the people Here have been engaged in it previous to this i season but Many have now turned their attention to fanning. This is the Best soil for that up Siose i Over saw. Produce is now very High in cons sequence of every thing being brought from St. Louis and that Vicinity. Groceries and dry goods Aie nearly double the Philadelphia prices but Wajcs Aro also High so that one will regulate the other. Masons get $1 5u and $3 00 per Day carpenters $2 of and $1 5u, Labouring men $1 59. The Best business or the surest one in this country i hink is that of farming. It is Only necessary for you to go out a few Miles from town and make a selection of the Best of land the Sun Ever shone upon for your farm build your House and make your Fence plough your ground and live unmolested As it regards payment for perhaps 2 or 3 years then you will have a farm of 1g0 acres Worth several thousand dollars for which you will have to pay but $200. Horses Are very Sittle used except under the Saddle. Most of the work is done by oxen privilege and say to them that they should be extremely cautious How they use the word unmasked for it might be applied to them and the establishment of that press with ten fold Force and they should fee War How they Challenge its application. To be continued Curtius do Buque w. To sept. 1830. Dear according Toa Promise made when i left you in Philadelphia last Spring i shall now attempt to give you some account of my journey to this place and a feeble description of the far West but a person sees so Many things Here in nature Rotthe sub Lune and Beautiful that he is lost in wonder and admiration. My journey As far As Pittsburg i shall not particularized As it has been described so often Nat it is quite familiar to the people in your Good a City of brotherly 6th of May i took passage on a new boat bound for St Quin this being her first pm a was feared by Many of her passengers in to us not work very smoothly but agreeably disappointed she and pursued her Way now any interest directly or indirectly in said City. I further certify Itiat there was no concert or understanding Between him and me As to the place of assembling the first legislative Assembly of the territory of Wisconsin. John Atchison. Territory of county is. Be it known that on this the 31st. Day of october 18311, John Atchison personally appeared before me David Irwin associate judge of the supreme court in and Foi the territory aforesaid and made oath to the truth of the statements contained in the foregoing certificate. Given under my hand Tho Day above written. I. Irwin associate judge. Dissolution. The partnership heretofore existing Between Loring Wheeler and Hiram Loomis is this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. 11. Loomis having purchased the entire interest of the la e firm requests those indebted to Call immediately and have their accounts adjusted in the Best manner the pressure of the times will admit and those having will also please in their accounts for settlement. Loki avg Wheeler loom is. Dubuque nov. 7, 183g. 27-tf one of the London papers after expat rating on the present prosperous condition of the United states Speaks of Tho Bill for the distribution of the surplus Revenue among Tho several members of the confederacy As follows a is not this the first inst Nice in the history of nations of taxes being returned Toboso who paid them the financial Prosperity which hitch a transaction indicates is owing Loa really representative government an Indusi Rioja population and in in most unlimited Field of production. the people of England take advantage knowledge enormous capital and extensive colonial possessions and the Limo May arrive when Floran honest discharge of the National debt they May Divide the accumulation of surplus income among the several Louis late v e As Mem h . A by Ali a act establishing oar territorial government it is made the duly of Tho Secretary of Tho territory to record All the acts proceedings of the executive department and to Send a copy of the same to Washington before the first Al onday in each year. Oar readers will observe in the report of the legislative proceedings that the Secretary was requested to furnish Tho House with a state Mcnol Tho official returns of the census of the apportionment of Tho Minchy is among the Rel counties and of the election returns. These Locut Nen s were transmitted to Tho governor a in obedience to the requisition contained in Bis proclamation and the House supposed that they had been delivered Asa matter of course to the Secretary. By that gentleman a reply however it will be seen that the desired information could not be Given As no such papers had Boon filed in his office. We omitted to state in our last Wecks to Piiper that the committee in the Case of it. Burnett who claimed a seat in tiie Council As member for Crawford county reported that they had no control of the Case and that the Power to declare Tho number of members for each county belonged to the governor. Bills concerning the judiciary sheriffs coroners and justices of the peace Are now before the Assembly. Medicines. The subscribers have received an additional Supply of fresh i runs Anil Medicine which they offer for Sale at reduced prices. Also Ivi ills oils fan by goods and Garden seeds. T. Mamon amp co. Nov. 9, 183g. 27-3in is Short legend and has a Short Tail with but Little hair on the end. Any person finding said Quot j cow and informing the subscriber of ii shall be handsomely rewarded. Samuel Travis Durango nov. 2, 1836. 2j-3t do a Buque clothing store formerly occupied by ,on main sect j. Amp j. Smoker would respectfully inform the citizens of Dubuque and its Vicinity that they have just received and Are now offering for Bala a splendid assortment of ready made clothing. Also cloths Cassi Teres sat nets vesting flannels bleached and Brown Plain and. Twill a muslims. Dubuque oct. 26, 1836. 25-tf i. Ii. Nabs respectfully inform the citizens of Dubuque and its Vicinity that he has Ken a room Over the store of j. Amp j. Smoke it on main Street where by his constant attention to business lie Hopes to Merit a share of the Public patronage. It n. B. Constant employment will be Given to 2 or 3 of test rate journeymen tailors if application be Niv of to the subscriber. G. H. Mars. Dubuque oct. 26,1q36. 25-tf the subscriber would take this method of expressing Bis gratitude la the citizens of Dubuque and Vicinity for their Liberal patronage and Hopes by close attention to his business still to Merit a share of the same at their hands. The partnership which existed Between him and a. Morgan having been dissolved he has recently erected a commodious shop on the South West Corner of the lot on which the Barbera a shop now stands where he expects to Harry on Racks Mitlying in All its branches. His prices will be reasonable and no pains will be spared to accommodate those who May Call upon him. David Watson. Dubuque oct. 2g, 1836. 25-tf Swan amp wei3ster h administrator s no Tice. The Sigi Ieti administrators of Tho estate of Woodbury Massey will apply to the probate court on the 25th Day of april next for a final settlement of said estate. All persons having de i my ids against the Cetas Are requested to file to ism in the office of the judge of probate on or before that Date for settlement. Benj. F. Massey adm a. Mar a masses Admix. Dubuque nov. 7, 183�?~j. 27-gw. F. Andros m. D., would inform his friends that he has so far recovered Bis health Aslo be Able to attend All Calls in Tho line of his profession. His residence is on the Corner of Church and Locust streets. Dubuque nov. 9, 183g. 27-tf Richard Gartrell if e eps constantly on hand a Good assortment a a a m liquors of All kinds Coffee sugar Tea molasses tobacco cigars Macau Rel her a Ujie. Moe of me worn. In none by oxen. A 7 Jor which Are Noble looking animals fully As Large and ��ii8 Queens a Ware and Glass w Are j lard fat As some of the show beef in the East. But 11 Ware and cutlery a handsome assortment of find i am rambling to an extent i did not Inton boots and shoes Porter and ale flour and a a this letter i must Reserve something for another time. Yours amp a. J. T. F. A v it for the Dubuque visitor. Bacon anti in Short All grinds of groceries which he will sell at wholesale or retail of for Cash. A so dried peaches and apples by a weekly mail has been established Dubuque and fort Des Moines. Between i Kiju on the 10th in3t., in the Vicinity of Dubuque Jabez we.8ton, in i the 45th year of his age. T. S. Wilson attorney at Law a no solicitor a chancery Dubuque w. To offers his professional services to the Citi Zens of Dubuque and Tho adjacent counties of Wisconsin territory. He will also regularly attend courts in to Daviess county Illinois. November 16, 1830.�?28 of 9. attorney at Quill attend to the business of Hia profession in the courts of Dubuque Des mime and Iowa counties. Office on main Street Over Guerino a store. Dubuque june 8, 1836. 5 we received per late arrivals Ami now offer for Salo 20 Pis. Mackinaw blankets 20 do do 15 prs. Flannels amp 1 do super Flushing 1 do do lion skin 5 do do Kentucky jeans 5 do do sat nets j i do do 1 or gloves 20 Doz Kentucky socks 20 Buhls Corn meal 20 kegs powder 1 ton castings 2 boxes Ollinse axes. Ftp Low for Cash or Lead Only.3 nov. 9, 1836. 27-tf t notice. Ryphe partnership which existed Between a David Watson and Abraham Morgan is this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. David Watson a. Morgan. Dubuque oct. 20, 1836. 25-tf r. O. Shaw Swir gh3�s5r a so snips Xet Ould respectfully inform the ladies x a v and gentlemen of l u Buque and Vicinity that lie has returned again to this place Lor the purpose of attending to All Calls in his profession lie would likewise observe to those who May need his services to fall immediately As Bis stay is limited to a few weeks. He performs All the various and necessary opera tics on Tho Teeth Gums and Mouth Viz Teeth and stumps neatly extracted on the most approved principles so As not to cause one half the pain or Force required by the usual Mode of practice Teeth filed cleaned and plugged and Loose Teeth fastened also the most difficult cases of scurvy and so Rutick affections of the he co partnership Herc Teoforo existing under Gums successfully treated the firm Ofos Farrall Cox a a Colas bean porcelain incorruptible Teeth inserted in dissolved Ivy Mutual consent and the interest of Jas. Stumps or plates and Springs so As to completely resemble nature and warranted not to decompose or alter their color. Llis office is in the room formerly occupied Cox has Boon purchased by v. a Fei Jall f. K. Of Perkall James Cox. John o. Graham. Dubuque nov. 9, 1836. 27-tf the he Siuess will be continued at the old stand under the firm of of Ferrall and Graham. The new firm have pm irony Given up the credit system. They will take in a Chango Lor goods Cash Lead a Mineral or produce. F. K. Of Ferrall. John o. Graham. A Ali wanted. Alt. Persons in Lested to the late firm of of for rail Cox amp. Co., will please Call Anil pay their notes and accounts for no longer indulgence will he Given. Those indebted must expect to to called on and we Hope they will to prepared to discharge their accounts. Of Ferrall amp Graham. Dubuque nov. 3, 1836. 27 of by win. W. Cornell immediately Over Tho tontine House where he can to consulted at All times unless professionally engaged. N. 13. Ladies will to waited upon at their residences. 1 or. A. Hill or. Stoddard or. Mason t. Fassitt j. Smoker. Do Viuque oct. 17, 1836.�?24tf. Ryphe subscriber has just received and of Al frs for Salo at the Market Price 00 bbl. Flour 30 do porn meal 40 kegs blasting powder Geo. L. Nightingale. Oct. 19, 1836. 21-tf _ the subscribers having pure based the entire Stock of c. Ii. Gratiot a co., Anil in addition have and arc receiving direct from the cast a a general assortment of tile Public Are hereby notified not to Trade or in Anywise negotiate for a note of hand drawn by to in favor of Hugh Campbell for scan name Ciao do. One Hundred dollars dated about the first which they offer at a Low rate at Tho old stand of a of March last and due on or about the end c. Ii. Gratiot amp co. The assortment consists of i of the Presont month As 1 am determined not i. Massey amp co. Have established a a shop in this place for the manufacturing of Saddle bridle Faroe trunks fac. 6,-c. Under the superintendence of j. H. Dunham where they will be Happy to accommodate their friends and Tho Public in general. They have and will keep on hand a Good assortment of every thing in their line of business. All orders will be thankfully received and punctually attended to. The shop is on main Street two doors above the of of Ferrall Cox amp co. In Buque june 8,1836. 5tf an barrels dried fruit received and for Sale by is. Lockwood. A Irish Linen Long Maron and Linen Cambric Jackonen swabs Cambric figured Anil Stripe muslims chills Gingham Cali Coes painted muslims italian and fancy Silks Riband Cap and Bonnet milk handkerchiefs a. Gentlemen a stocks hats Caps boots and shoes ready made a lolling together with an assortment of Hare haul a groceries. Hempstead Gratiot amp co. Do Duque nov 2, 1836. 26-tf he Ruque auction store main Street just received direct from Philadelphia and Pittsburgh a Choice assortment of or a c�ooh8, hats boots shoes hardware and cutlery Combs beads a. A. Also an invoice of the most splendid assortment of clothing Ever offered in the territory made expressly to order at Tho fashion Hie establishment of or. F. Birch Philadelphia the above artices will All be disposed of at auction or private Sale at the very lowest rates for Cash. By regular auction sales every saturday we. Bull amp co., auctioneers nov. 2, 1836. 2g-tf of Ferrall amp Graham attachment. Samuel Pekin a a attachment has issued from my office against Tho goods Aiu Chattles of the Sandim Ambuj i a Kin upon affidavit Ltd Byox Ferrall a Graham and unless Tho said l Skitt shall by amp appear before me at any office in the town of Dubuque in thru of months from the dats Hereof and defend said suit judgment will be taken As confessed and the property attach cd Quot Quot Quot Quot a pm a a swamp Tleta j. F. To pay the Samo unless compelled by Law said note being obtained from the by misrepresentation. Lewis Alu an do. Oct. 17, 1836. 24-3t. Strayed from the subscriber on the Maquoketa aug. 16tlone mile and a half above Peru three work oxen four years old each one in of a dark red and one of a Bright red the divird is of a Roan color. Any gentleman who can give any information of the said cattle to the subscriber or messes. Langwa Thys will be liberally rewarded. Vil Moreing. Sept. 14, 1836. 19-tf______ Corn meal flour Bacon dried and plus peaches mackeral and Salt rec d per s b Olive Branch and for Salo by in Buque oct 12,1835 notice. Liberal wages it pm be Given for first Rato Stone Ware to i 1lr, at a Buque by the subscriber where he willed constant employment. S. S. . Oct 5 20t_�?z Florse stabling. The subscriber has taken the Large Liv a Vatable near urns sri a shop and being Well provi wit i Hay Corn and a sufficiency of stable Tooti will accommodate All Tho a who wish to have their horses Well kept and a ends top 1836.�?22 a i out. Of attorney at Low and a offer Hie or e a p 1w, Ftp a a

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