Page 4 of 16 Nov 1836 Issue of Dubuque Du Buque Visitor in Dubuque, Iowa

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 16 Nov 1836 in Dubuque, Iowa and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Dubuque Du Buque Visitor.

Browse Dubuque Du Buque Visitor
  • dubuque-du-buque-visitor page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • dubuque-du-buque-visitor page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • dubuque-du-buque-visitor page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • dubuque-du-buque-visitor page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 16 Nov 1836 Dubuque Du Buque Visitor in Dubuque, Iowa. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Dubuque Du Buque Visitor (Newspaper) - November 16, 1836, Dubuque, IowaDo Buque visitor. November 16,1836. Selections. Newspaper statistics in Vandiemen a land with a population of now about 40,000 we have nine journals Viz a a the Gazette Cour Jgr tasmanian colonial times True colonist morning Star Launceston advertiser Cornwall chronicle or one in about 4,500 inhabitants and if we take into account that More than one third of these belong to the poisoning newspapers we reduce the proportion to one in about every 3,000. In new South Wales they have seven journals Viz the government Gazette Sidney Gazette Herald australian Monitor commercial journal and colonist distributed among a population of a bout 70,000, which gives about a Jour nal to every 10,000 people. But then it is to be considered that most of the Sidney journals Are on the average twice a week which in fact makes As far As number goes but not As regards variety to be one in about 5,000 to of a rets his remarkable difference too to be observed with regard to Tho read Era in these colonies and in Europe that the country residents and not those in the towns Are the greatest readers we speak from experience from our subscription it the proportion in Van Dieman s land being at least three Reader in the country to two in town. Hobart town Gazette. Milton Swa pc. A poor family in this county lately received a Box from America As part of the effects of an aged relative whose ancestors had emigrated to that continent soon after the time of the Commonwealth the Box contained a Coral coins of the reign of Elizabeth James. And Charles i. And a Faw of the protectorate but none of a late Date. With the coins there was an old watch and the family to whom the bequest came being indigent sold the whole to a Silversmith who was also a watchmaker. The purchaser gave the full Price for the coins but refused to give More for tile watch than the value of the Silver tout 3s. 6d. The work with the face on which looked like Iron were left in a drawer frequently opened. After a while the friction on the face showed it to be Silver with an inscription on it this being deciphered by Clearing the Metal was found to be a Johani Miltono 1624,�?� and contained also the name of the maker a person in Popes head Alley London whose name appears in the tables of the watch a Keck company for that period. Yorkshire eng paper. Absent mindedness. A Young married woman in Baltimore the other May unconsciously threw her babe into the cooking stove and was discovered very affectionately nursing a leg of Mutton an instance of absence of mind which occurred in this town on thursday May not Imbody much comical Ity but has the advantage at least of coming very near the truth a lady having some clean shirts and a pan of ashes to dispose of threw the shirts into an Ash barrel and carefully deposited the ashes in a Bureau drawer. The electioneering candidate. For the first time in the history of this country we find a candidate for the presidency traversing the land As an open mouthed election err for that High and dignified station. It is True that Henry Clay whilst Secretary of state did play the Active and noisy partizan in behalf of or. Adams but never did or. Adams so debase and demean himself As to canvass the differ ent states for the purpose of obtaining votes. What a contrast Between the Bank candidate Harrison and or. Van Buren the candidate of the Hardy yeomanry of the land. Whilst the former is levelling himself beneath the condition of an electioneering Constable the latter remains quietly and steadily at Home awaiting the favourable verdict of an admiring and grateful people. Sad and deplorable indeed will be our condition when the people of this country become so debased and degraded As to cast their votes for this whig slanderer of the poor and reviled of the honest democracy of the Union. The presidency of this great Republic is too High a prize to be gambled for by the Stock jobbers and speculators who Are supporting Harrison but should be the voluntary gift of the sturdy yeomanry of the nation. The ideas or november will teach the Bank candidate that there is too much solid virtue in the people to countenance the abominable system of electioneering which he is practising and which he seems desirous to bring into times. The following incident furnished by a correspondent to the editor of the Nashville Tenn. Union will go for to illustrate the character of Martin Van Buren. Such evidence of purity of feeling and disinterested Benevolence when pieced in the opposite scale to tip. Calumny and misrepresentations showered Down upon him will outweigh All the combined efforts of the pops sir tit defame him. Jet Towl recorder the subscribers under the firm of John Keg an amp co. Have opened atthe old stand of John Levi a Large assortment of groceries provisions a. To wit 40 bbl. Old Monongahela Rye whiskey St. Louis steam Mill flour. In rvs of tabs. 30 do 12 do Pittsburgh Porter 2 half pipes american Brandy 2 do Cognac do 1 do Holland Gin 3 bbl. American Gin 1 cask Claret wine 4 Quarter casks Tenerife Etc wins 1 Casa Irish who save 4 boxes Imperial and Voog Hyson teas 4 bbl. Java Coffee 1 lipid. New Orleans sugar 2 barrels loaf sugar 1 do Sweet Malaga wine 2 boxes tin Ware 2 barrels Mackerel 8 boxes cod fish 2 do Lemons 8 do scotch herring also pork Bacon Salt tobacco raisins cheese and Pine Apple cheese Spanish and malay cigars boots and shoes silk and fur hats sperm and tallow candles 12 canisters balt Iyore oysters a Large assortment of Stone Ware 10 sacks of seed Corn Pepper cloves cinnamon and als Picc Spades and shovels a c. Fac. Amp c. S c. John Regan k co. Dubuque May 18, 1836 2tf John Regan amp co., a splendid assortment of English French German and american saw do a a carefully selected by one of the firm in new York suitable for the prefer it and approaching seasons among which May be found superfine Blue Black and fancy coloured cloths do. Drab and fancy striped Caas Meres and sat nets Irish Linen Long Lawn and Linen Cambria Jackonen Swiss Cambric plaid and fancy striped muslims Challies a Allicock Gingham and painted muslims a splendid assortment of italian Gro de Nap Grode Swiss and Poult Desonie Silas Bandana Pongee pocket amp fancy dress ilk is. Cap Belt and Bonnet ribbons gentlemen a bom Bazine mohair amp Satin stocks hats bonnets Caps boots shoes pumps amp slippers a great variety sin and is doctor j. B. Stoddard 1k7ill attend to All cats in the line of his Quot profession. Having had the advantage of lectures in Eastern colleges and 7 years practice in the Western country three of which has been in the mining country he flatters himself he shall give satisfaction to All who May need Ciao services. Dubuque May 18, 1836 2�?tf Plain and Patent lever Silver watches and an assortment of jewelry. A splendid assortment of ready made clothing together with a Complete assortment of hardware Queens Are Glus sure groceries fac. Fac. All of which we will sell As Low if not lower than any other housein the territory of Wisconsin. We respectfully invite the citizens of Dubuque and its Vicinity to Call and examine our assortment. �17 done to forget the place Jones amp Scott s new House. A it s. Shepherd amp co Dubuque july 25 1836 12 Iff. W. Power of Peru Tias just received per Steamer Wisconsin a a Large Supply of groceries and provisions also a general assortment of dry goods clothing Sec. Consisting of 50 bbl. Flour 30 do pork 6 do molasses 6 do Mackerel 10 do dried fruit 3 do loaf sugar 3 Hhd sugar 8 sacs Coffee 6 chests Imperial Tea 6 chests Young Hyson Tea 12 sacks Salt 12 boxes codfish 1 Hhd Rice 6 boxes Cavendish tobacco 12 kegs nails 30 do powder 20 bags shot 6 boxes starch 2 bbl. Almonds 6 boxes dried Herrings 1 bbl. Dried currants 6 boxes Mustard 2 boxes Cayenne Pepper 6 Doz boxes Melee and Spanish cigars 20 boxes diet and Mould candles 16 boxes soap. Liquors. Lii key Brandy rum Gin Madeira Teneriffe Malaga Claret Mascot and Champaigne wines. Ready made clothing. Cali Coes Gingham muslims Cambrick laces Ribbands Linen diapers he Kos. Check domestics ticking flannels Blue and Blac cloths bassinets Erminet Star Manta a Blue drilling Fine and coarse boots Fine and coarse brogans pumps amp a. Hats of the latest fashion. The subscriber offers the above articles for Sale on the most reasonable terms for Cash Lead or Mineral. Peru june 22, 1836. 7�?tf dry goods. U Lockwood has just received and of fers for Sale on the most reasonable terms a general assortment of ready made clothing hard Ware Queens Ware tin. Ware boots shoes groceries mining tools Tyc. To which he invites the attention of those who wish to Purchase. In Buque May ii 1836. Ltd bbl. Pork 40 Bis. Flour 30do Porter for Sale by John Regan amp co. Dubuque july 13, 182g. 10-tf Corn.�?100 sacks Corn received and for Sale by amp Webster. 10-tf Swan _ july 18, 1836. Just received per Steamboat Emerald 50 bbl. Superfine flour 30 do. Corn meal 50 do. Pork. For Sale by John Regan amp co. August 10, 1836. 14-tf few kegs of fresh b utter just received and for Sale by e june 15, 1836. Lockwood. 6 hoarding. The subscriber having fitted up a new House on Locust-St., near the Catholic Church is Happy to inform the citizens of Dubuque that he is now ready to accommodate boarders who May favor him with their custom. He flatters himself that he will be enabled to give general satisfaction. E. C. Dougherty. Dubuque aug. 10, 1836. 14-tf just received per steam boat adventure 20 bbl flour and for Sale Low by Swan amp Webster. July 20, 1836 11 a of n. B. We warrant our flour to be a first rate article. S. K w. Notice. The undersigned being desirous of closing their business earnestly request All persons having accounts with them to make immediate settlement either by note or otherwise. We Are compelled to have Money and Hope this notice will be attended to. We will rent our shop and tools and dispose of a Good Stock of Iron and steel upon accommodating terms. Bucket amp Brasher. Buque sept. 28, 1836. 21�?tf Quigley 8c Butterworth respectfully inform their friends Tad Quot the Public in general that they have jut received an assortment Dubuque Catholic Church. This Stone edifice the largest and handsomest in the county being built by the liberality of the people of the mines the undersigned superintendent of the work deems necessary to present for the third time before the Eye of the Public a summary of the Church accounts so that those who have already Contri for Cash Lead or Mineral among which buted to its erection and those who have pro be found groceries suitable for family use which they offer mixed by subscription or feel disposed to do the like May rest assured of the Economy with which it is conducted. Amount subscribed from 30th july 1835, to 25th August 1836, $3006 21 do. Paid 3 2,349 24 balance due on the subscription 657 00 expenses of the Church wai.l8. In the fall of 1835, to 254 Perch of Stonewall 240 feet of hewed Stone 50 Perch of 9tone and for the Frame of the scaffold according to contract with or. Gerry $809 00 1836. To 221 Perch of Stone 233 14 to 114 bbl. Lime 135 37 to scaffold materials poles and Plank 20 00 to digging foundations hauling materials for the Walls and making mortar 93 87 to 122 Days of Mason work 805 00 to labourers 199 99 to or Patrick fanning for hewing 478 feet of Stone 1835. To lumber�?10,000 feet of Oak for joists flooring and Frame of roof 201 50 1000 it. Pine for Puncheon 20 00 836. 3,200 feet Pine for sheeting 96 00 239 00 2,035 37 sugar Coffee Young h. Tea Imperial Gunpowder souchoungdo., molasses Mackerel cheese crackers almonds raisins figs loaf sugar dried peaches dried apples chewing tobacco smoking tobacco Pepper allspice cloves Ginger Nutmeg starch ind soap candles flour com meal come Mustard paste blacking playing cards writing and letter paper kegs oysters 10 barrels Porter French Brandy american do., Holland Gin american do., Madeira Teneriffe Malaga amp port wines rum Claret in bottles sup Lemon by Ruff Spanish cigars Melee do. Nails brooms flasks powder and Ink Stoughton bitters by the gallon or bottle 3,500 lbs. Well cured Bacon. Dubuque May 11, 1836. Ltd confectionary. Of pipe subscriber would inform the Public that he has opened a confectionary store in the town of Dubuque on main Street opposite Everett a store where he will keep constantly on hand All kinds of confectionary nuts oranges Lemons raisins apples pies pc. &c., All of which fruit crackers wines amp a he will sell As Low As Cain be i has employed conf clock and Ratcli repairing. Kaniel glean deck respectfully in Quot forms the inhabitants of Dubuque and Vicinity that he carries on the above business in its various branches in Patrick finds House up stairs nearly opposite John Allegan amp store where he will repair and clean clocks and watches of every description my Sica boxes and jewelry. Having served regular apprenticeship to the business in Europe and worked at it for a number of years in the United states he believes that he will be Able to give general satisfaction. Dubuque june 22, 1836 7 Carpenter work 1835. To Becker amp Kochs on account for windows and door including materials 100 00 1836. Do. Do. 100 00 do for framing and raising roof 150 00 do for various works not yet finished 100 00 new Dubuque store Swan Webster k co. Iju Ould respectfully inform the citizens of Quot Dubuque and its Vicinity that they have taken the store House directly opposite the Post office on main Street when they Are now receiving and opening a seasonable and Well selected Stock of goods consisting in part As follows a Superior lot of ready made clothing direct from new York boots and shoes and provisions will be constantly kept on hand. Those wishing to Avail themselves of Good bargains will do Well to Call for we Are determined to sell Low for Cash Lead or Mineral. Dubuque june 1, 1836 4tf sundry materials 12 boxes Glass 45 00 1 bbl. Putty 3 00 3000 Brick 30 00 on account for shingles and 32 sheets Copper 125 00 purchased in this $317 50 place he has employed Vonrec toners to manufacture his confectionary and he feels conf. Dent that those who wish to Purchase had better Call at his shop first. Baptiste Lapage. Dubuque May 11, 1846. Ltd r subscribers have this Day associated with them in business or. John of Graham. They will Cor. Tine to do a general mercantile and Lead but-450 00 iness at their old stand under the firm of of Ferrall Cox amp co. F k of Ferrall James Cox 17those indebted to the subscribers Are requested to Call and Settle their accounts ii sundry expenses. Printing hauling lumber Brick freight amp a. Amp a. 47 50 i mediately either by paying the same or by giving their notes. Of Ferrall amp Cox. Dubuque May 23 1836 3tf 40 barrels flour received on Consi emment. Vood. $3,053 37and for Sale by Dubuque May 11. E lock i Ltd 20 Rawls of buns and peas for Sale by a Lockwood. Do Buquet Tutay la. It 5q barrels of pork just received and for Sale by e. Lockwood. Dubuque May 11. Ltd 50 Doz. Pairs Woolen socks for Sale by John Regan amp co. Dubuque May 18, 1836 2tf of half by. Mess pork Obj just received per Steamboat Wisconsin and for Sale Low by Swan Webster amp co. Dubuque june 8, 1836. 5 just received pers. B. Adventure 20 bbl. Superfine flour and a or Sale Low by Swan k Webster. July 13, 1836. 10-tf Beans Steamboat to Bush. White in just received per Wisconsin and for Sale by Swan Webster amp co. Dubuque june 8, 1836. 5 Cash will be advanced on contracts for Mineral to be delivered or taken from the diggings by of Foj a Rall k Mclenan. June 8, 1836. 5-tf notice. All persons indebted to me either by note or Book account Are requested to come Forward and make immediate payment a i wish to wind up the Aff Ninios my late concern in Dubuque As Early at possible. John Levi. Dubuque aug. 24, 1836. 16-8t. 12 go Nela of prime beef just received and for tale by e. Lockwood. Dubuque May 11. Ltd persons Are required under the penalty of the Law not to build improve enclose Orina by manner whatever interfere with the land situated on the Road leading from the undersigned to the Mouth of dirty hollow. Samuel s. Clifton. Dubuque july 20, 1836. John s. Hornet attorney at Law after the 4th Day of july next will offer a his professional services to the citizens of the counties of Dubuque Des Moine and Iowa. His residence will be at the seat at government for Wisconsin. June 8, 1836 5tf w. We Chapman i Attoh Nyji t la w. Will practice in the supreme and District court of Wisconsin territory and in the circuit court of Illinois at Galena. Dubuque sept. 14, 1836. 19-tf amp. King it t John Smith amp. Brother so Lou a John King Dubuque John Atchison Galena. The undersigned having s do their Stock o goods to Hempstead Gratiot a co., would recommend their former customers to them. C. Ii. Gratiot 6c co. Dubuque nov. 2, 1836. 26-tf notice is hereby Given that the partnership hereto-1 fore existing Between Richard Gartrell and e. A a Dougherty under the firm of Gartrell amp Dougi Ierta was dissolved on the 12th Day of june in amp to. By Mutual consent. Richard Gartrell having purchased of his late partner e. C. Dougherty All his interest in the late firm All persons indebted to the said firm Are hereby notified to make payment to him and those having demands against the firm must present them to him for settlement. Richard Gartrell e. C. Dougherty. Dubuque june 29 1836. The business of the late firm will Hore after be conducted by the subscriber at the old stand where he will be Happy to accommodate his friends and the Public generally. Richard Gartrell Dubuque june 29 1836 8tf commission business. Cwan Webster amp co. Will attend to the forwarding amp commission business. Those wishing to Send articles on consignment Are referred to Stone Manning amp co., lower Alton Riley amp Hankenson a a a a Bray amp Baily St. Louis Riley amp Dillon a a a a joint d. Davis Pittsburgh Arku Cle amp Avery a a Mccague Mcvey amp co., Portsmouth 0. Dubuque june l 1836 4tf amount collected from the subscript 30 barrels dried fruit received and Lor Sale Tion 2,349 24 w e. Lockwood. I Dubuque May 11. Ltd sum due by the Church 701 13 j sums loaned to the Church. By or. James Mccabe $200 00 or. John Cunningham 200 00 or. W. Burke 70 74 the superintendent 49 or. Patrick finn 37 25 553 13 accounts unpaid. To a labourer for 3 months work a $22 50, on which lie received Only $3 00, 64 50 to 31 bbl. Lime 46 50 to ten weeks boarding 30 00 141 00 $704 13 n. B. There Are some other accounts against the Church not yet settled. Just received per steam boat Palmyra a Quantity of Superior Bacon hams. E. Lockwood. Dubuque May 11. Ltd 30 bad a is of Corn meal received on consignment and for Sale by a Lockwood. Dubuque May 11. Ltd rare plats of the City of Belmont will be exhibited at Mineral Point on tuesday the 17th inst., ail at Dubuque on the Sanie Day. Gentlemen wishing to Purchase May see the plats at the House of Stephen Terrel Mineral Point and at the store of Charles Gra. Tit amp co., Dubuque. The Sale of lots will take place on the premises on monday the 23d i instant. J Belmont is handsomely situated in a commanding position Between the two Platte 5r\vlbs. Superior Bact a just received and for Sale by Swan Webster k co. June 1, 1836. 4tf /4f \ bushels dried apples re Sci cd on consignment an or Sale by Swan Webster k co. June 1, 1836. 4tf r notice. The subscriber has on hand a Supply of a Hiloca wines liquors confectionary a. �?��?�5� la on the lower end of main Street a oppo alte l. By Ulvi a Boot and shoe agora. A a Bonns w Baker 4 co my mail �8s6t�?if Henry Portzer respectfully informs his friends and the Public generally that he is now prepared to entertain travellers and others in a comfortable manner. He still continues to carry on the baking and confectionary business in the Best style and by moderate charge and strict attention to business he Hopes to give general satisfaction. Main Street Dubuque sept. 98, 1836. 21-Ly received Par late arrival 20 bbl. Whiskey1 and 20 bbl. Flour and for Sale by Swan 6c Webster aug. 19, 1886. 17-tf just received per s b Dubuque 19 kegs of butter and 6 dogs of lard. Junt 92. E. Lockwood. Family grocery. Al a amp. Sri a a a air a ii As in store and for Sale one door below d the Post office a general assortment of groceries selected expressly for families use and known to be Good and Are offered As cheap As articles of a like Quality in the country consisting in part of the following articles flour pork and lard loaf White Lavanna and n. O. Sugar Coffee Gunpowder Imperial amp y. Ii. Tea sperm Mould and diet candles Palm common bar and fancy soap Mackerel codfish and molasses raisins in boxes and half boxes Spanish Melee and common cigars Rice soft shelled almonds amp Nutmeg Pepper allspice Ginger cloves Cinamon Sal. Gratis tobacco Mustard corals amp a. A. Also a Choice lot of brandies wines and other liquors by the cask and barrel. Dubuque july 6, 1836. 9�?tf after a few Days the Church will be pm dosed for All materials Are now ready. J Mounds i Flowa county and in Point of bean. Subscribers to the Catholic Church to a cd Healthfulness is not surpassed in the will now see the necessity of paying their Western country. Occupying a Point where inhabit key it a l be the nature avenues of the country unite it inhabitants of Dubuque Are humbly re must Ever possess Superior advantages for the Quested to contribute their mite to the comple transaction of business. From this place Are of 80 Good a work intended for the int four cd ridges leading to the Wisconsin on pro vement of morals and Lor the use of the the Road to Prairie Duchien to Van by up tic when so us red j Ren to Blue River to Mineral Point to the n n a mull Mazzuchelli. J Willow Springs to the Mississippi opposite do buqiiejaug._3i,_1836._ _17_ Dubuque and to Galena and a rail Road doctor John Stoddard j expected to be constructed from this place to returns his sincere thanks to the citizens some Point on the Mississippi River or Toga Quot of Dubuque for the Liberal share of pub Len a which will be commenced the ensuing lie patronage which he has received and takes year. Little doubt now remains that Belmont this Opportunity of informing them that he in Quot a ill be selected As the seat of Justica of a new tends a permanent residence in do Buque,1 county. John Atchison proprietor. And Hopes from skill and attention to Merit a May 10> 1336. Criveau Anceo the Patrona Quot Ehe h8already re the Sale of lots in Belmont Ceto prevent misunderstandings and silence 1 a false reports he herewith present a list of his met nday in june the Public will be charges for Medicine and professional services Quot of fied a Quot of ?7l we eke t by whirl. He has heretofore been and win Herd fi866/ a Quot a after be governed. A 8tore messes. Charles Gratiot co. Do for Sale there will be sold at Public auction on Mon Day the 3d of a Tober it 10 of clock a. M., Tho following property to wits 4 stack of oat 8 acres Corn la do. Potatoes 1 now it Arey plow 3,000 feet seasoned Pine Plank 1 Forse Saddle and bridle also the farm known by the name of the whi1e farm lying about one mile North West of Dubuque. Possession Given on or before the 15th october. Terms one half Cash on the Day of Sale and Tho Ballance in six months with Good Security. Sale positive unless previously h Coleman. Dubuque sept. 21, 1836. 40 socks of com meal received on consignment and for Sale by Dubuque May 11. A. Lockwood. Of it on bushels Oats on Surv of consignment for Sale by r. C. Bourne. Dubuque june 8, 1836. 5tf cd a bushels dried peaches re we Cei Ved on consignment and for Sale by Swan we sigment and Ster k co. Visits to town by Day 1 Dollar by night 2 2uqu� �,�u3e.of or a Terrel Mineral dollars sex offi Cio services one Dollar pea our to nth at the 8t�re a the obstetrical services and attendance from 10 Dol Lena pfr8t �?~8h.,n? 10 pureha8e can Tot Lars to 50, As the Case May be. Consultations p with other physicians fee 10 dollars adding y a a mileage when in the country in All cases in the Day 1 Dollar in the night double. The fees in surgical cases will be regulated according to the importance of the Case. Medicines Emetics and cathartic simple 25 cents compound one Dollar Febri Fuge pulverized simple 12 1-2 cts., compound 25 cents a card. Boot and shoe making. Fihe subscriber would inform the citizens of a Dubuque and country that he has pm cured a Good Supply of Eastern leather end continues to make boots and shoes at the dyspepsia Scro Fula Kings evil swelling rheumatism and Partick a males Labouring under uterine diseases May possibly derive Benefit by consultation and advising with doctor John Stoddard. Dubuque May ii 1836. Ltd to one Dollar tonics pulverized 25 cents per shortest notice and Hopes by his attention to dose tincture from 50 to 75 cts. Per of. Epis business to Merit a share of the Public Patron pastic from 50 cts. To one Dollar All other me age. His shop is on main Street a f Dic incs in proportion. Those Labouring under Cronic diseases of the liver Quot a a a White Early females a card. Renders his services to the citizens of Dubuque and Vicinity in All the branches of Medicine surgery and midwifery. He May be found at All times at the Dubuque hotel when not professionally engaged. Dubuque june 8, 1836. 5-tf notice to persons wishing to Purchase property in Dubuque. There Are now in Market 75 lots imme a Diatel in front of the town and situated on the Bank of the Mississippi River. The situation is handsome and must become the principal part of the town. As the owners of the property Are anxious for the improvement of the town lots can be had on reasonable terms to those who will make improvements. For further information apply to of Ferrall. South of Everett a store. L. Truly. Dubuque May 11, 1836.�?tf just arrived from Chippewa Mills 80,000 feet of Pine Plank and 80,000 Pine shingles for Sale by a Al Lockwood. Dubuque May 1$ 2tf bbl. Fresh superfine flour just Recei Ved j or Wisconsin and for Sale by Swan wh5bster k co. Dubuque june 8,1&36. New goods e subscribers Are now receiving s a and extensive assortment of dry goods groceries and provisions crockery Glass and hard War boots shoes Aad hat a which they will sell Low for Cash Orsad. F ass itt amp Sherman. In a none. May 11, -18s8. Ltd tangle of ready jii

Search All Newspapers in Dubuque, Iowa

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Dubuque Du Buque Visitor Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Dubuque Du Buque Visitor?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection