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This distinguished Irish eiilc, now
in NtiremcDt in Tennessee lias written
a lengthy letter to a friend, upon the
•abject of the parties ami their randi
in a ntanterljr manner
he says
first»(hart rMee Fmkmort He of «h«
InIj Mountain*. Hi* l^iona array them-
**|vee ss did oi vere the l#irlnt of Satan,
la
Mm
(farth. And Id see what legend
Is ea Us sbirld But to quit thii knightly
SlMMwW,sad cone down to plain speech
|frFkeamt nun forward aa At lea«ler
•fawrlf which proclaim* that IhS North
«.a Slatss, having now at last the power,
II giv« law to the Southern Slates a*
tstn ant otilitioiia on which the'l er
riteries" balongiiK to the whole Confed'-r
ilita aha 11 b« settled and |ieo|1ed, The
Ceaslllaiion deerees the cn-onlwiatn eqiwl
ll* af the aeveral Mates} this party pro
twin their inequality. 1* awer'n 'he rijjhl
to Wand th««e 8'iii*h-rn people with a moral
•a Mori the civi!i/«.-d world—to treat
i a* communities affected with a loalh
i|«pro*y—to set a plague mark upon
their door post*, an.I to say to them, ''Stay
wkete jroo art alir not one step abroa:,
fait fOU lafect ii*. wind arid wliole*ome
eltison* these T-rritiri-«, wnr ly o ir
MBBBW hl««'d and tri .r n~e. are fm vs to
espsnd and r«il in for lie'ioM, we ai»
•taaal 0«ir dear kick brethren, we aracom
HM. though it |i iine our h-art i u
ftm
He sava that Fremont ia the candi­
date of British cant and Yankee Hun-
keyisra, and of the men compo-ing ihe
Black Republican party, that they are
progress, nothing
British slang, hut have just got
Northern principle*, and naturally feel
that the North uu^ht to have all the
advantage it can clutch. Exeter Hull
be says has conceived this foaming and
ranting Tabernacle.
Of Mr. Buchanan he write6 as fol­
lows
it
any 'le*c' with D^a'h'
••4 fewenrlf tru»t» th'r- is ro 'covenant
•ifh Hell.* Of the da-£e. -"is desigiie of
b* of Botne he icr.ow* ii:lie or noth*
iai| tail with t!.» in'r.fies
r,f
th» Britikh
liotsrsamt, he .t by !«te experience thor*
Hfkhr faaait ar r^om thence onlr be
epweaewde 'he foreirti mtVierice ajainnt
wfeicb General Wa-hiriT'on so earnestly
wanted hi* ro'.nt'y®«'i: anH, if e e elee
will rertaiily re»n' with alt hi* in ght
eN i*Vrrf«renee with the action ami prngrets
ef the EepiMit, •Ifhrr by greedy add fanat*
seal factiewa from within, ur hy the 3oiq-
ajrfrom without I mean of course
fce British Government, my eneaiy, thy en
eajf,hisseeny,our en*-my, your enemy,,
tfcesr neat, and the emv »f mar.kind.
Amoagsf Ihe three e. ndidatet, then, the
sqsal rights of the confederated States, the
eqaslitjr aad fraternity of the eitien« nave
no ehaaipion but Mr Buchanan. And of
the three ean''idaie« he is it the only one
free from Briixh influence.
Do foil doubt this supposed activity of
British influence upon ttie pending election
and the orgaaixatioa of parties Then you
4 not kaow the immense and varied afen
eiee which that Tower ean set tn work ia
the heart of any conntry whose affairs are a
concern to her And »re America's affairs
iweaneern to her? Wh» u she postpon
ing the war, snd erea taking so patiently
•he eentaaelions dismissal of Crampton?
Why, hat to give the factions I have des.
eribed tn yen above leimire to worry one
anotaev Who«e profit ia it, if the Uaion
t»e dissolved If it be violently dissolved
where will there be »ini(ing and el ppt'
•f heads If the Irish be roil'rated in
America, end became rti*s^ffee'ed to the
f^pnhlie, cci aoKr? Ah! ye blind sons
VIM tiaasns Trailh
Tka Qatrtte of yesterday morning
five* an account of an affray at the
election on Mbn4ar, ap4 with ita usual
inaccuracy and wilful misstatements,
fives a version of the affair wholly false.
Hie facts are these. Moses Mullen
waa, like others, peddling tickets, and
offered one to J. 8.
Sti-rbt
who reftas-
•d*it. Mullen said he would challenge
liia vote whereupon Stnrhy slapped
htm on the ahoulder. Muilens then
draw off and struck hiui then com-
metMad "rough and ready" clinch.
What they were thus rloeely locked
together the Marshal parted them, tell-
s«lS combatants, that he was an
oAcer. But as soon as a separation wu
effeeiad and Mullens had lost large
locks of hair by his adversary, this pink
of s|ttayblican, who has bccome the
rliaat of tho Alligator" of the Gazette,
•track tho Mavahal tl: i four blows
Ho was thoR arre*tol uuii great diffi.
calty with Mmllen aud one Fwher w ho
iatM#Mai wiUi the Marsha). Fisher
mi Wm*f ware fined #3 eaeh and
true version of the
]4wwb op the malice of the
to arraating Mullen
•*m*
to say ttat oar neighl»or maBefadarwl
it out of whole cloth. Th« trial db-
r|n*eii the above Jaetisand the justices
decision• confirmed them.
In the 8ui*»j?ale'» 'n
York OO the 21
at iaat^ the an* Wtweea
«»«ged
Valentine ftrssie, of Cincinnati, son af
Madame I)u Lux, and tlie French
claimant* of her estate, was d»:tdud
favor «»f the former, lie has tftmteome
intn pf^M uion of property —wnatinc
to about •500,000.
A suit has just been tried in Cleve­
land in which the Michigan Erie Tele
(rrnph Co. was sued l»y K. Cook A Co
for the in« orre traiussisfion of a din
j.at. h. Tbey directed their agent to
j,»y 40rentx for wool, hut the dispatch
*m de-livery read 45ceiits. Ycrdictfor
the plaintiff, •fl.W.
A man in New York city took ft
fancy to inirchasc his own Coffin and
placed it in a rhwet adjoining his room.
Of Frc- One night wb'.'c looking for something
in thft closet, it leing dark, he acci-
dently knocked the cofBn down, and it
struck his head and killed hiin.
It is stated that the rope wliich
hanged Palmer is
selling in Lochmaben,
IhimfrieMhirr, at 6a per inch. The
wller i* a person just arrived from
Dudley, where Smith, the hangman
resides. This "interesting relic." it is
said niecta with ready purchaser*.—
The rope has also been selling exten­
sively in England, it is Raid, and of
course ia Wing spun as the demand for
it increases.
•'At last, ther, we come to Bitimnvn.
In personal character .»nd experience of af- utliaiiiMn.
fsir* he is not, I nup|o»* inferior to either
•f his competitors. In thi« c«iitit he rep
resent* the ^Conservative" element, and
•ae cannot hilt hope that nil the Cot gerva
tive elements of the Republic will gather
to sustain him. While 'he liiat «rty seeks
to give to one e'a*s of Mutes dominion over
another class, their eqiaU—while th« sec
cud wishes to make one rl.i&* of citizens
•tasters of another class, their equals.—
Mr Buchanan i the only candidate wlw
•lands on the broad free Constitution, and
«apM«sboth sorts an.I .ill sort* of rt s'ric
twa,4isfranch cement, a ltd loinineeriiic
Bsliermg that the inti''i'ioni of the coun
try w*rk moderat-ly wril. he is for letiint
tbasi alone. Ttie '«.n*'i! i'.on is his tmt
aMl hie gospel—his (x.litieal cree.l, catectr
SMB, Kihle, an 1 artirU* of war. H- '^.e»
aet Mm« there
A desperate light occurred ia the
Court of Justice Aiken, at Chicago, on
Tuesday in vhi'li several witnesses
and some of the Jurv "pitched in" un­
ia S*n| llirlxofl y c»
ofleasivc ar« y .U .j: .*- ttie uei.H- 1
aostril. We ahall ulio fnmiih ou wi
physiciaaa. Doctor Beech-i Doctor P*fk«r i Justirc liaMng Fiad the
—ao»t eminent practitioners. Pm^e y"i nresi'lin over the fight, exercised hia
ltd task* Tu flean and when you have
til blood flowed freely. The difficulty
grew out of an ejectment suit, and the
no taiat or odor of the evil »h njr Vkindness, to the lawyer who struck the
we shall atmit y«ai to aj' ini tjijoyment of |jlst l,|lpW- ,t|„l fined liiill
•ur evnuBon Mtatv, pei haps."
thoimnd majority over Fremor.t. Black
1 Republicanism will he astonished when it
hra-s fiorn the Emnire City.
G-v. fmnwow Rimoved.—So uys the
T« l« c/ph
K«w let fhe F'i«i^n *t« get op indignation
meetinjt throurrhoiir the couniry, for this
'•fo.il t.ikinz
r,tT"
FsraoNT'a
Bioobapht
Mitchell, the Irish patriot, has written
a letter to his countrymen on the general
aspect of affaire in this country, and ur*
gea them to vote for Buehanan.
t*/iTEaTjrmww
Is IM« not s—ii thing odd ia the (aUl ia
conabteary which ever attends ultraisM la
coadact or opinion? Take tlm lata diareye
taMs assault awl haHoiy at th« Capiiol in
Wavhiaatoii. So a that Mr B/ oofcs ia wile
oiiMliUlt sMIm ||ttawb tf h»itlick|ilii»
heaides, then waa an inequaliiy, from tho
puaaMsion on hia part of acane—'bnnigeoaj
we believe is now the term—«nd say, that
the re ark* auido by the assailant,(admitt
ed by Mr Sniaiier to have been made) the
acoMnvanyiec look and jje^twia, Ihe^ lilting
of the eaae, M»al alt these did n«i Rive Mi.
8. tho necessary lias« to draw hi" le-s from
under his desk,no* to rie from hi» seal
vet is it not cool In obaerve the auquestion
inc way ia which, at all the public meetings
upon the a flair, Mr S-imner'a atatemciil—
confessedly and necessarily es parte a« it is
—scorns to be the only account of tha occur
ence ever read or regarded We have no
admiration for Mr Brooks, bat wear* *tra k
with 'h* admirably imparikaJ method »f pro
cedure in the case.
4
Anoi.niov (Iim'iiikss.—Col. Sumner
lately dirp^rsed the "free State Kansas
Ii^i*isl ittire" which had assembled, ann-
foi.f,u at
s,.|f Up
Bltrt partitaim who care nothing*al»out nn-iit established by ongress, whereat
homan proirreM. n.^thinc nK.iit «l«.liti..iiim is in incurable distress
-popi ka, and set it-
apiinst the territoriiil govern-
He had, only two or three days In-fore
marched out of the Territory several
Uimls of armed border rutlians, but nb-
olitioiii.--m is in no dihtrehs at all about
Hint.
IT'.w much longer will people per­
mit themselves to Iw imposed upon by
alnilitioii rroeodile team over the
"wrongs of Kansas." Wrongs Kansas
certainly endures, but abolitionism is
equally responsible for them with bor-
The Votk o» Nr.w Yoaa.— An idea ean
be formed of the pmhable vote of New
York tin* fall, fur the President, by
recollecting that last November, at the State
election, the vote stood thus:
I)mrratic vote. ?0,00fl
Know Nothing. Fillmnere Tote) 19 00ft
Black R'-puMican vole 7,000
|t m»y He seen that New York Citjr will
mot likly give Buchanan a"me twenty
The display hashee» teurieiity. Because
honorable senators did not rush to theaasia
tanre of s man whom they at all times chose
to avoid, denunciations, groans and execra
liana have been poi ed upon them. "Kill
him," says CM sympathiser at the meetinK
in Brooklyn,—meainni Mr Douglas—that
is.'hi* amiable indiv.dual is so moved a tne
outrage a^ainxt Mr. S-inner, that he wishes
a bystander to be put to death, to appease
his indignation. The Times lay*great stress
upon the fact that Mr S. is ••a gentleman,"
a "Senator" and "a Scholar." We should
like to know wherein his rights tranicend
those of any other American citizen. Rev.
Mr Beecher lias rushed to innumerable meet
inr%—"in-door" a il out-oNdoor"—to pelh
on the outcry. When asked whether l.e
was t-prepared to speak, he*answers that he
is lke the faucet of the Croton, turn him
and the stream gushes. An elevating com
parisoa! the Reverend demagogue ra'her
resembles the spigot of a small beer caak.
»crew hiin, aud not the lucid Hnid, but froth
and foam, grugle from his neckcloth. Mr
Charles King quits the shades of Columbia
to witness "wi'h his blood" against Hrooki
and to "scorn Slavery While Horace
Gre«-ly circulates sctivity at the country
gathenag*, and annihilates both Brooks and
Ku«t with resoiutions.
All this is very well in its way, birt does
any one imagine that a sense of justice, a
reverence for law, a regard for injui ed right,
actuates these gentlemen, and convokes Ihe
gatherings they operate upon? We may be
absurely sceptical, but we do not believe one
word of it. On the contrary we fancy that
we perceive in these excitements the work
ings of the spirit of wild fanaticism, which
is sapping the basis of this Union, and per
illing the welfare of the people who live un
der it. The organized irritation here, is
the counterpart extreme of thM which struck
Sumner, at Washington. If th a feelii
were a sound and healthful one, it would
have he«n routed at other and more serious,
violations of justice. We can recolli ct a
few outrages upon ri^hl, which should liava
called it forth. Some years a^o there w.is
living upon one of the hills wi.idli overlook
Bof'on. and Fant uil Hall, a roiMiiunity of
ladies devoted to relitfion and education.
At midnight their dwelling was sacked and
reduced to asli**s, the chapel was desecrated,
and the tombs torn open. Ten thousand
people of Massachusetts looked on, and not
an arm, not a voice, was l.fted to dcfei.d
that community of women and children. A
prolonged after investigation failed to sub-
stantia^e otie solitary oflen«e t.n ttie part of Baog.»r.-
Ihe sufferers of the outrage. Twenty-two
vate dwellintr,—likewise ocrupied hy
men and chiMicn. rossihiy some of Mr
Sumner's itidi^nant frirnds inay have assist
ed on that occasion. We have had to re
cord in these eolmui s, the lu iiii^ of many
churches which poor Catholics, with toil
and sacrifices, had reared worship God
in. At Kllswor'h, in Maine, a v«nrnhle
priest was stripped, beaten, tarred nnd feath
ered, and ridden upon a rail. Wc see no
account of an in ligriatian meeting to de
nounce his assailants. R'tt tli'ii lie wis
"lily a peaceful man. f.iit!.f"l to lii^iMlling,
engagrd in teaching his tfnek. coiisoliui the
sick, baptising the infant, and burying th«
dead. lie was n»t a great anti-Slavery ag
itator standing tip in the Senate of the Uni
ted States, and denouncing the
domestic con
cerns of nearly half the Stntrs i the con
fedracy, arid likening honorahk: Senators to
toads and reptiles.
The champions of nnhealtl.ful excitement
in^y leain a lesson of self-knewb dge from
these diverse f.u-ts, they ntav See why it is
that they do not carry with them the retlert
ing portion of the community, and if they
are determined to misemploy their talents
as heretofore, we think thev many r» ad the
forcible prediction of the failure of their
endeavors.—N. Y. Freeman's Journal.
Calamities
Shannon has done more
to rre.ite fusion caj it tl than all Ihe fusion
pre-es in the country. Without hiin'to stir
up emotinn in Kansas, they are Waten
hi Mv. nig be the beateus in aLACB."
—A husband
without a wedJing--a millionaire witb
oat a dollar--* statesman without a
apceeh-a legiaUtor almost without a vote
--a militarv chieftain without a batile.
Mako room for Col. Fsitaorr—the gentle
man who ia nerer ia the right plaee at
the right time.
Cineinaati, Alfiutt 5.
Scanty returns from Kentucky this mora*
jog favor the Democrats tha impreeaioa
is that the Democrats are generally sac*
osssful throughout the State.
Mason County—Circuit Judge— Phil
ter, Whig, 1,(»94 Wadeworth, Whig, 888.
Commonwealth's Attoroey-Bruee, Amer
ican, £08 Rust, Democrat, 60S. Circuit
Court Clerk—Burrow*, Aauricaa, 1.006
iMe»o»lf, Whif, 1,004
Campbell and Keotoa eouatiee 300
each democrat ie majority. Great eoua
ty came democratic majority. Pendleton
oounty, 200 demooratie majority.
IT. LOUIS ELECTION.
St Louis, August,
in
b.
The retuies from the nine war da foot up
as fel'ows
Benton, 4,9*3
I- *"'*. 3^33
4,752
Reynolds, 1,513
kennet, 4,46!.
B«n'on over Polk, probably 4,000 io
county.
Bltir over Kennett, probably 500 la
city.
MISSOURfKLECTION.
St Louis, August. 5.
Blair's majority over Kennett will not be
b1? thousand. Beaton's majority o
v«r Polk in this county is about 3,000 ma
jojity over F.winc about 2/K\,. The vote
i« ih aII counted out, hut it is pratty car
tain that the en'ire Benton ticket is elected,
la this county at Hanibal, Ewiac*S maiorily
over Bentoa is 2fH. over Polk ll&.->
Richmoait, Democrat, for Congress, larce-'
ly ahead.
CONGRESSIONAL.
Mr. Seward presented the petitiea af
Chas. Robiaaon and others, new caafined
in Kanaae under ehargee of treason, pray
for their belief. Referred to the rsmmit
tee on tfe judiciary.
Jci.v—Tha
number of lives lost by fires, and the a-
mount of property destroyed by conflagra­
tions- Fires which have not destroyed
property estimated at twenty thousand dol.
lars are not enumerated
TIIR
Kills*
H»i1rn»1 A Kl»rtle,
Sl-smtxiil Acruli ntS
By Fire*
SiW MAKT1LLAS -Plain
Crap* Sb««rl
(rvat variety,
(marsadtt)
JKKKTJSr TO IsOviJr.
was lbs beat
Kd
Washington, Au(. 5,
SeaaTa.-House bill providing for rua
ning boundary line between Waahingtrn
Teritory an4 the Britiatl pomaasions, was
taken up and passed.
Portland, Me. Aag. ft*
The glasiag miD attached to the Uoo»
ham powder wetfca, klcwaf yeeleeiey,
hllliag three of tha workummiilhV
Ml W
L"
b«ir«a Ha aeifinal eoior, and tbe lacks to lh«
has Hit, we should without hesitation any, Prof
O. J. Wand's Ball lashxative.—A.
s»ab«ren|
fltaM to roar ien w ati*bwn fr
AM call
ynmr luT
hi
A ir»irr"U« ikosi tie" tiVln rufc,
•»irt n.it'f (Km nun*.
ttainl if. jctur arm «iiaharl» «f
Ha rtrni. Ik vtfMwil. fcf Uwr
Strike for jp»or ««n l»w«l humes aan r%M,
And rtcrnly dare aud du.
ShonMrr to •bxM'T. haMl to hs«4
W**m r»« V-
At
f*1™
•bovl »'"-r all nur Wet?
Aud r»ie yor l-aiiner 'J_
Tb" n«m-» tl»' el Id ii» fl-wtt.f fl|M
Arr |a|2e.
fr-T,it'll cbM-ra ibne dan sbaU greet,
Tu 4iu«u (raulic MKu*
WNMn th* nartli Seal* man* a hMtp
Will make reur «au«i Ha
Bf'ihn n we •*»•. and ne w «l«art
Cm thai k all ci»v a* thr«w«|
All are not Ma •«chn»-"i^' S,
Wa »'urk not out kr wilt
|kw nn b'T Ireea'io'i
O'er auakar'n H"'
1
Bvi| nut H»« rl«m»nr the vile crowd ,'j
feitl o'er Ibf 8l*le» af«i I
Tb'- wt-ak
nt
heait »rc *»^r l"al
R're roll* iti- cl«iud o» war
Bel bant* it.' »t.iui, tbey »hi|rtkei#4Wi
Aud »n it'** i'attl»" d.«y
Tlteouwanl ttee. th* Ir.m ball,
Inutor
.huiu iim fray.
Stand to your arm*
mf
Soothera Irlslli
A sl*m. •tel-nmn€l UsihI,
Tu you a br.ilbti'B t!re« Imf «'d4s,
K\lent- a triittr r'» Un.i'lj
Thru |.roolly rai«» T«.nr bann -r brtgM,
Am! »b«iut J'.ur Iratlla irjr.
ToeeltiT tt lit tUI* nibt,
Arxl win tb" i' lory.
July SI, 1»«. 0. T.
MONEY IN New Yoaa.—The Post of
Wednesday evening says I
"ITie supply of money eont'nees abund
ant in market, snd remittances are very
large from the West. Com is coming in
from Canada. The rates of interest are f»a7
per cent, for call loai s, 6 per cent, being
the rule to first clasn borrower* and the
ra»es of discount at fla7 per cent, for well
endorsed paper, 00a90 days 7j»K per cent.,
do. 4 to ft inon'hi, and single named paper
8 to 9 per cent
New Yoik city there are tw'o
Abolition boarding houses-one is called
the Toorled Home," the other il»e"Astor
House," The proprietors of the latter,the
other day,turned a person out of the house
because he was selling Butler's speech.
They didn't drive Sumnei's speech out
Sos iys an exchange.
gy A trial of reapers, near Rockford,
a few da?s since, on the farm of Sbepard
Leaob, Fountain's machine cut a five
acre plot in two hours and eighteen min
utes, and Manny's in two houra and thir
ty minutes.
"Yousn
Nbwbcbyfost."—On
('lt
I'lMiK
Books
following
table enhihits the number of killed and
wounded by railroad and steamboat arri.
dents during the month just closed, ths
Wound 4
137
10
IS
69
13
Total,
S
~US
Frop-rtjr destmyed by Ira,
IU
$1,1)1^00
The whole number of |.tnd warrants is
sued under the act of March, 1855, to this
date, August 31st inclusive, amounts to 158
475, embia'ing more than 19,000,000 of a
'res 9,05- warrants were i«sued during Ju
lv. The Navy Depaitment are sending out
new Commissions to the naval officers re
cently confirmed by the Senate.
SPKCIAL NOTICES.
OnW thl« b"ad a limit**1 a nmbi-r
nt
sijccui nniioas,
will h" ln*»r«»*l at t*n cenls line eaob iBMrlmn,
or Arty cents
pnr
wnt.
Bmnk mf Mtorence*
rU»»CB, Neferaaka
Uro SABaciiT, rres't. J. M. Paaaca. Cssh.
un^iiliH proprlelura of lb" nsnk uf
Florence, Kebra»ka, are by lb« pro.
tUioms of Its Charter, individually responsible
fnr sll Its issues, and will rlwm lh'-' NVt-» Mid
Institution, st IU eoonter in tb» city .if Florence, In
faun, sod at either of lb»ir Btnkins Honaes, in Ka(
era Rxrhanae at one per cent., or in spccie at same
rates ol ^iher eurreney.
COOK a SARGRNT OaTeminrt I
TOOK. HAR6RKT
k.
OOWNKT Ic^ra City lova
CnOK.aABOBKTaOOOK.Fnrt nes Molneaf
OOOK, SAhOFirr a. PARKBR, Iknsw, Kebraaka
inly lib ISM-dtf
It
Stationerr.
S.H. STARR. 2d«t. op. !,» Cl.iire Ifnnv.
O. W ELI-S fc CO N.i. 1 lyt'lair*- B.iw
ELI AUAMS fc CO N«ar Pusl OUiciv
Mats Ae Caps.
A S AI.STON fc CO Brsdv st.b"1nw?d
A CIIKKN 1^* C'l.iir*' K..w
VKKDUH fcCRAilPTON Seoul ii street.
Hardware.
W W PARKER cor Front a Bradyr
POWEIXfc ClIILM 2d St., east of Brad
Wholesale Grocers.
BABKLET. THOJII'SoN
tt
Dragglats.
T. WREB No. 10 L'Claire Bow
Gears Famishing Gaads.
A. S ALSTON a CO Brady I tvlow 2d
KN'APPfc KEH.MON 9 l,eclair«' Row
VERUER fc CIIAMPTON.. ..S.voud st,east of Brsdy
Bonis ft Shaea.
KOOBK a PROWN Brsdy b-t. 5d 3d
JAMES JORI'AN Front bet. Brsdy a Pirty
Taearca It Clgare.
N KtTnNFN rt»f»r Rrsdy
Win. FRANK El, Brsdy near Front
Mstlc a Masical Instranaenls.
JOSEPH A CRANIMI.I No LCiaire Row
Stoves a Tinware.
BY A* a RARI.T Cor. Front a Main Sts.
TWITCnrtl. fc OIM.ETT Hradv bet. 2 a Sp
The Iowa Agrleniinral Dep. t.
NOtTRSK. VEILS a CO cor Front k. Island
Leather atid Saddlery Hardware.
HAIOnT fc SKAKP 3mUt Braily fc P'*rry
rarsltare, Mattresses aad Upholstery.
mcneil a BROTHER
Wholesale and Betail
horwardisi and Conunlael««|
HARKALOW Frjlitatee.,
H1UP
NEW SPRING GOODS,
EE ADV EMTIRRIHKNT Ol'
AUAffiaON a AFP,
-|KCll,ATINU IIRRARV
And News Depot, opnMite tbe I^^aire Hoase New
Tort, Chicago, snd Clnrtnusti Dallies received ev-
ryday.
MOKKT TO LOAN, trng and abort time
[XIMtf) MACKLOT aCORniW
and Embrolrlored
Frlal'd and Stella bhaw t.ta
Cheap, a
CHAS. FISH.
»N*W PRIVATE BOABOIH4 RO'JbE oa
Rock Inland street, betareen Ath andSth.
i far SO boardata.
O™*") T. McGAVRAK
In sunn to suit applicant*. Euauire af
TAI.IJIAN a Ft)
WE as,
(map2tdtf) Atkinson's Block. Second si.
fl0,0U0lo LOAS.on Real Estate
securiij in
any saau that may be d"»lred. Apnt* to
Louit
9ml.
Baa adrertiseewntla another ealassal
OB T. CAVAWAUGH We wt«M call
attention to the c*rd of this s-nth man in
antana, aa one which merits th- atteotion
of the afflicted The Dr ia an old and tboroushlv
educated physician, aud has de#aMhis |,r* the
special diaea**he aow advertises loneat. He brtnan
letters of high reeoatKendation frosi the eiiUcns
Ittt, IBM.
For sale ia this eft) by C. T. WEBB, Jrt4
F*au» —We would can attention e( tae
IV"
the ansa*
W
foMie agaiast a fraad daily pvaeticsd upoo
snsuapecting in the article af Dr J. HoaTST
SWB's eslabrated SUanach Bit tare. Biaae theas
WMars have bn
nasi sonsaalsr. others havliw been
•^lat prsparstliai lofaallalan, aad la aafae —r
havenai rhairdeMbsttlea aad re-ailed them. We
wmM advise all peraana to hay
et
none bat respacta-
MelnlsnE tneBtalnaaeaaBauaaswt wUhaasetai
Wtmm, sns Ow nasss ea a.
^5tiSMfcs252E2
Large Auction Sale
S STARR
aifertlsemsat1
Hesse Res4 ear
Wf» Jliirrtlsrmnta.
SKELETONSIORTi~
HE1VV CORDED 8KIRT8,
MTTED SWISS MrSLIXS,
LONG BLACK LICE XET^I,
WHITE BELT RIBBONS.
per Express, by
ifeehred i
ausT
W (il'RLBT,
OIBce oa Msia bet. Front a S!cml sts
(JelltO
If any one should ask us what la na
«yyn arrived at by aa laparlMisal
ssoat honest compound rsasady far
hairyaad restoring
TTOB SALE BT
WADS WORTH.
COUNTER? s HELVIJTCI.
#V»r
nt
fcw.-OUoayo Joumti Jfif
8mle.
Aand
HOTBB and LOT on 8th
street, between n »r»
Rock Mand known as the McCloskv
'r, large twoetnre brick hoase snd Prope
bouses Eaqnirs et
[ang d|t|
1.
smsti frame
CRtTRCBlLL.
Just received snd fat sale by
C. COTE*.
Brady street dm,
W
TH0M*80jr* Co.,
WMLE81LE (rRtCEBS,
MRHMNH 4 FSRWiRtmO
Merchants,
Agenu/o, the sale of Laflin a SraHh's Gunpowder.
IK! CnCAftO UIIIB,
2Brr2Ei|,^gsn
DRY GOODS,
Trimmings* &ۥ
**»Il.l. Wnw«i0 Ai.Ji-lW
VV fo 'i-k »t
Wednes­
day night a mother with her infant, ac
companied bv another female, entered a
store on Stale street, when the proprie
tor, attracted by the smallness and ex
treme youth of the child, enquired its
age.
was born this morning." re­
plied the mother, indifferently, attend
ing to her business as though it was aa
everyday affair to have a child born ia
her family.—Newburyport Herald, 16ih.
MjiMtr MiVTtOJT HTOKE.
He, I Biady itrrrt, »»»r »»o«l Offlre
T" elotr "111 II* balaiic.' ei a a lar»
asMitm nt
at
SKAMOMRI.E IHHf GOODS, 4r.,
O'fnprt*!"1-'
tt~»
U
Silas"! •»-..t.'d.-«l .rsi rau. .»i»t J«•
Arirk IJixttK, Call-ww. I»r««« Silka Klur- Silk—a»
|»,r«.-.| lot'.m. Kl:k Rilt«.ns l.iri'Ti T..M- ('own,
%hiV C..ll"n Iln' i Silk «. tliitdr-n'. St.-ktm.
rrintcd IiiiwiiK,
In «lr»»» |»alte'ii»: Plain Al .|»a an k. fcc. Al~
IIMifts,Mantillas, Ncc41fHork,4t.
nu'M.m? K»»lil.'ii il.|« Itiinivt-—aasort'-d CtiiHI
,. u'i IUl»S aU.. iii,i.|..|.|-rl l.r!iiis-r"8
0-«I|*ta, U IHrf. k baiw V'-'lU, 1^
.li -Jxn'l Jfion N' lt« fc.
d, op-n for xaiuiiidtion on Wedie'Ml.iy aft«'r-
n_j" IjkII.'H *rf partlriitarly lnvlt«t tor-*»min«' lit*
auJ *11. uJ tk' K.i-lur thilu
aMf«St K.i.1 .VUAMS, Auct.
".wrttx*.
rS^HE iinitc't''r.'d1 riafU-r-ra of Itiln rtljr bar» a
K
e
I-tin-!• ll wn.K "UUl ot I'ricea" lor lb*-
ri iii.iiud'-r of
Fi rim- lin e S conti, SOcts |«r nqo^rrr^rd.
..
.. ..
21
n
ia w w
BrHt all l^th't 30
wall* not |««ihrI J7 ct»
3 crts per yard xtra fir Hani Fint-himr.
TIIOS KtSTKU. It It* I Al i RtMI»,
II l» KUWX, FITZ VOI.I TKIir.
A KKNNKIIV K II S'l 11M i
GEAND
In Hit-
hv H'-v
MARRIED—In this rity, 24th insl
Ml I'.il.iwkli. Mi •". Hiown. l.l |Mvr»|»rt. I..«
lo Ml« -orifl.1. ll.l imtl'lT of Ivllf llUUIlllliii, KsHo
Whig Vuurier.
1,11
years have since passed, and n"t a dollar of JVKSitieaa iHrtCtWy«
reparation has heen paid. Within a year a ...
committer of the legislature of the same Banktuj fc Exrbniige.
state enacted a sjusting invasion of a pi i-
—s——
& Af
h.
SAHKKN'T
'in
r„r
.M.un r. nd
MX.ItKlillK. I.AWK.s .V Bi.AkKMDItK M.iiti 81
IILU11, 11KU li.MtllllW &.CO,, Cur. M.iiu ^'1 6U
Laud Agents.
IVM. AM EN" 1». (. Bnil'lirn, Bndy st
SirKitlJA ISIIEI.I. & CO II,tin st
A 1,1,KN a 1NMH.AN orr'h BuiWmg Itia ly ,-t
Insnrauce Agesiisa.
II B. HOFFMAN Vain street
Dry Goods.
r-fTTON CO c.»r 2nd nn«t R. V: I-timl,ts
I.SII i!«l I. opiMfit' L' t'l.iif lloii.-e.
i:0 II WEAVI-:H Maiu^t.li'arC r.k & .Mv ut
W W AIISWMKTII -l .t uppoMH' I.' I lair" llomc
KN APH ft IIKIIMON K" I. CUir-Kuw.
II II. SMITH Corn r2l ami lli.nly.
AI\MSoN & KAPP 2J il. Ht'ove l» riy
W. I.N il.Ki Xu Ii, l-.tl.iiie
CMhisg.
SAMt'ET. PKIIRT Opp. PohtOfflc.
I. I.OWENSTEIX No. SI^CIiitvR.w.
,s IIIUKK Kradv, t^-t »l &. 4ili -t.
A. t'AMLCL fc CO C.jr»l& Braily st.
Dry a».da and Groceries.
U n. lir.U)i:NllKIMi:il Vn l, ar Brady st
Walrkea fc Jewelry.
PM noi'SEI 2 l.-Cl inr How
A. C. BII I.OX No. 8 l/ ClJi e •,»
R. a J. KEI.S(iN Itialy, above2.1.
Kit,
WII.SIIS fc COTNP.T, W S. KINSKr
PKKDKIIlK SIHMtll, lASI, I. VANOM'tt,
HKMlM TV I.Kit. II NNKliA N fc.STI, VKN4.
Uav. ii|«rt, Sulj ill, tui.#
(\iisu»lS dM.)
JflOTtCE.
Tlh»
nB 5oparlii"rf.hi|. li-r«t..fore fjhtiiiS b^lwren
iiniV rsiffii'd iiiHr llie nam" and linn of
H.nkl' v, Tlioin|i^ii fc Co. Was du.olvid mutual
CgUSfUt OU tin 3lll Ult.
All busine-« nlatina tlw aln.* firm will b» fei
ll-d by the hihI. r»lKn"d, who mli'. Miii.iie ttie Wh"l*
xal' Hroct'ry ami Oonimi^akon buMix bs uml' tlx
name of II. Tboii|»on fc Co.
A. Card.
TUB nl- r. in r-hi!t i i liing hit r^'N
With ti r. Ni\-»ri
C..
St llll '#'I7J.
V,
INVITE
CO....Cor. 2«l fc Ferry
PAI ZEM. fc CO Cor. 2d fc Perry
WILEY fc Mt'N'liER ?nd, n«.»r Brady
K VICKKKBOCKRK a IIROWN, Front o|. F.-rrv
RVAN a JliCAKN Bill row'n Bluck
JD8T a mass.
N„SHurrnw'*
ItKltTIIOI.n
M. THOM t'Si S.
Davenport, A uplift 2d,1S5S. Ml*)
Grand Musical Attraction!
O E U
HK.SI'KCI I l.t.V anii'.iilioK lo lb-'
rjiia wo' I.iv up it th.il he will give
Fl/SinVKLV OSLV O.N
CONCERT!
WKIINKSDAV KM.MM., A o!U»t
t,th at I.. nil. Km
Atsint'd ty th- ll-wl ig unin'nt Artistes:
Adflina I'atli,
The Wonderful .». .ili-t, mi n mi the Toung Xali
brati.
Louis Srliritbrr,
Tl. I Jr. at C-rn-t Piiy. r.
Fran/ Koth,
The distiii^Tiii.-li I'nni-t and C". mpo'er.
Tickets $1 en h—t 'ferv -cit* $1 ft", be had
at Mr. t'ranclaH's Musie store, »h«.e a diagram of
the Halt may six ti. Tn k'te lor tale s!so al th• ly*
Cl.iire lions--.
lull I'.n tieiilars te programme
AUgttst '-''l.
Konioval!
CiRAUUK'S llalr-DrrssintfA. Shaving
s A 3Li o o Z«J
\17ll.Ltw r. niove.1 to-day. to n w ly nmcd Rofm"
und r'lie L-Claire lions •, vh-ie mil eve'
lotmd in seiitni—.. to iv- Id- in.ineious eoatoui'
eis ill the lao.U .|)| i-. cl mai ie i.
r«'rfnm'r! rt'iliimi iy
C11111
OXSTANTH et. lialid 111- laip-M t^k of p.-r
iy. I o f. I.Miaits, U i-l. »l-o I'oni
aJes, -t. ,i i. II -.v it Mtl'.K'S Miie.ior
IiiiaiiialiUou & Hair Oye
Il itel .il— II ur, rie-'' an I T-.-Ii Uriah's
11 GitABIifc.
Dissolution.
»rm: C— I'a.liie, -||||. I. I I.
III M.li n'ei -ii
ie I* I III
-till. Ii lire n
\IS"N fc
•til ae-
t'O.. wa dirso.v. on tli I'l.t, I I
count- of lh late fl.ui wilili liq ela'
on, wbo will
Cunt uiuth- bu-nif.-.t th 11 -t ind.
I! NIMIN,
HKNRV LLC LA I UK.
Uavenport, Augtivt I'll Va, uif
••t»nl|.H!v
o»inun'iii1- M'. S»v-i», Ih pul-ir .1- i .ci»rth
»f Coiitinu i| |»air*i^»-. ii* l»hg lit «i in*
Hv tt* istitt i Ii" «l«'irif IIHISV whti |ialrithf|'S th**
VllY liKlaLK/* y\i\\W fu'l .»i i I.
in \u\ I.I: ITAIUK.
BilOS.»
IMPlMtTt:i S ANIi IlKALCItS IN
DRl'61, I'AINTS, OILS I'EItFI MERV,
Ac.. Av
ITO WILLIAM STKKKT, cor. B'.kraan, N w Tork.
th .itt-ntioii of the trade to tli- ir irs.'
and v.ii i .1 «to k ol Itnia, Painl, OiN. rfmii ry
fcc- In addil in to iti ir itgul.ir noix.rt.iti' n«
Staple Hru'js. they an- also t-. ivmi .luect irom itic
s»'iirct's ol pioiln. Moll and ni.iliiilirtui-, fn|.pio s Of
Toutli, Kill :in-t N ul lini-lie*. lti. n/. -. C.' ikg. Mor
tar.", S|onge. Fr'ii-Ii and Kmili.-h P- rfum ry. Ln
I'lnV Ex.r lets, and ni.iiiv otli- arlic e usually em.
braoil in |trnan-its' sti»k, which ili. y ar- also en
abled to "Her im the m.»t adv.intase ti.« t.riu-.
Ord rs-lilier in |K'isou or hy ui.nl, will reo iv"
prompt at e nt
ion. angldly
E A N I E
INSURANCE COMPANY
of Ohloaco
orrivm tx si.nK ntMo
ii ,i
CY BF1.U8 BEERS
orru
Duteiiport Iowa,
CAMTAL, 300,(H)0.
1
•Wir •Mrrirat.
JUSTof
received direct fr«mi tft Louis, a frefU sup
ply the foil .wim: cood*
CANVASSED SI'iiAK CIRED IIAWS,
CmtisscJ
Dried Beef
Honey Syrup, 5'ipar House and N. 0 M^tassea,
Crushed, Pow.l, d. Clai idd and M. O. nuAars,Uried
Apples, Peaches, Prunes, fcr
Also a Sne sto -k of
CREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
Direct from New Turk City. toS' thcr with s ln»st of
s 11 iotas in our line too nunrintn lo mention, all of
which nisy b- found at *11.KV A MI NCER'S.
Davenport. July i!Slh, ISM.—|w in
2CASKS
N n essniiao an Invoice of the real Simn
Sharpens KMes,
us revived snd tor sal i at accomm.xiating figure
80 boxes Chemical Irutve Enobieat Soapf
100 drums Sne rm.
80 bhls Ans't Kutli
NMsai^a. »iei»Sa.*.Uvea.
July SHrlbfl«^-dl«
Ki snrcVowra* ruw»KHK» *s» hs:
rtNCI' raraaKWareAM ala^r biratrejiut
and f**r Ml1'leaky aVAN fc MtfAKM-
N». Hwr.iti'i
H*w
iwtr«
Murk, r.eal M. aa4 U««e
—dtr
HARDWARE STORK.
uirnsm a lockwoos
NK IM.W u|Miuuat Stc. S Maui St., a cmnplet
t.ck
A."
Hilk. Coll"l Nm~II'-». Tlieail, l*c AI-«
Superior Wtarfmmrt*
tn whlcti inviu* tin- ait'-ntlon %1 ib«*e wt«tib|l»
pur' l.a-e unvtlniiis in ..nrpiri— TlHxe bnylBK of n«
(tn ljr iipou netting a g.«ud article if rumuiKnl'il
»u )l.
W Wiun k-' ti| a full a»*uriniit rf Mrban
tools of the vrjr best .|U.«IH J. wbidi *SI V *uM
at p:ir *l willcivr r«ltia'tl'a. I»ur a«rt
iii'-m of-tiell i» waitjr full, and haw In
tran-li «liH'h a-ld ••I t* llaia^ now ive-a^t.
will m:tke Hir »io.k Urgu aiel attract
it* aa any to
b- 'n.'l in ih-- Stat'.
nli lriilljr tx-lieving thai bf
Gi4| j-i^i riprf-.-ntalioiik anl. lun*' |ier*oa»l
attxtni'» c-«n an«l wr.l ni.ik' Ii for Hi liiterrst uf
clue lingers to nivr ua a «•»I.
I.IVIMJSTitM fc LOCK WOOD.
Pav^li|Tt. July -Z3al
Carpenter Tools,
BJ...
oHUM MACHINES. IW-mh Pl.nn». Sfear a
k-oiiMl.iii I'am.-I mid Hip haw-1 Caul St» I
Auk*t and Aiurer Hitt• and Brare^ Bench, Usinl,
Sliuii-i' an. I l^ili lUiclieu—bcM quality.
bt«*«i S«|ii.ire».
Bn'"n'- H"»w Knlvev,
j. .n tl.'.n pii.mg Mortice and Firmer Chisels
Uonites,
Brew Dilrers
Mor' i aiii Thumb Oageal
T^y !i|'i»n*. Bevels}
.Saw, S tt.,
W.»»l and Ifn
Bf.uiv scftKirs,
J'Ttdly MVINtiPTt'S fc LOCK WOOD.
TO 8P0RTSMEX.
Tll»
A. BKRTIIOf.n.'l
S. K H\KKI I V
Till iM I'M (N.j
NEW MISIC! NEW MISIC!
sale at). A. IRAN DELL'S
Jt'STS.
pnWi*h.^l,atid for
Xu. Le CI lire R.,w.
"DELTA Pill SHOTTlSf'H,"
a finecomisjMlioii, and destin to t-t«ju»e a great
favorile.
"DETROIT SIIOTTISCH,"
s line iii -l.sly, «.»»t inn-, and ••jnst the thing for
daiieing.'* 1'in Sninx home to-morrow*', e(|iiri lo
th" veiy |».|.ular s.iiR •I'm g.ins limne
'•Tr.-se of ttie Korre-t." foii,|aiii,ii to "slietls of
•*»mii«," and a liundred other recent iiuMications of
Site iuu?lc.
pidiiue tu I and put in order, i,t skillful persona.
jv«.llf
|t
WHOLESA1.K AND KKIAIL
111 \l.Kit IN'
SREEX AM DRIED FRI ITS.
CoiifUntly on tiana OnngfB, l.-m-xis. firwn »nl
IHi «l Ai'|I V, NiMS,
h,cke,
pfi" 8.
at Chicago an«lfti. I»ui«
Bridy st n^ar Pn»ot—
I»av np^»rt, July »wtf
Eleven Host Bniliing
Desirable
Lois,
9b Laa»e fer FIfteta Tsars.
Tlivr]
ffR frac(i«iial half of block 76
iviM*rof 4 lair« a»i Fr«»nl SinVtt
and Comtiii^-i-n II u- *. i- (T rd to |e,it
al.ov. nam''.! term. Cotiv in-lit ideamb-iat
willi pr. xinnty to the Railroad depot, luak .i
iliatlv I- ,-irat.f-r li'i*iii"«s pin|»».e». In I
of Win IIILI'KKTII. Kast Wavenporl o I
for 11,
ati'lin
|t |.
I U
qliAVLSoN fc. IICTK, Daxeii|»,t (j ltxllf)
Medical Card*
Dr
wi
.Midi I
WILLI VANZAN'IlT S' LtmlS. OecnliM
|Hli.ilnii" own: on II i.liin: il ie r. «sary lor
w e i i o i- i e i n I i
s
w a o n i n a
in.if no thern -uuation. ha* v|oi"la»i siiioni'r
si te t». .- He it v .f It k I land. Ill, wh.-te h' ean h
cn-iilt. .1 for VI dis.'avn of the 'y
"an 1
o|ih iIiiii- ..p
e'a'i .ns from Hi" ftf.t of .tnly iin'il th" la..t of 5"|
-ie'i Chronic afr-etioto. ceiienliv will rec iv a
porti n of lit-aite'iti ni. sod
ry
thai dmi ig the w.inn season tliey can t»- m-n- suc
e»--f.iily tr. at».l in a n.orenortlieiiicimiat. lhanlliat
o s I i I
S AVE A DO A
BV
hu
II. Nix-
mg your Dry Ooodt. at
CR *MtT«iN'S
tf oirtier It. .nly fc ml sts.
M\\ NTVVKS LAWN,
JV'ST
CIIA l*Tl 'N'.1*.
rec- n.
If
Ladies White nnd Colored Kid
Oloiese
Pl'l'F.RIOR art n le at
tf
A
soh:tiii\(. kick,
'lit fltii-li'd Silk liiove
tl
O,
it.tntvs
C0MNEIUI.4L IOELEGE,
3d STORY POSTOt'riC'E Bl'ILDIMi.
Daren port, Mote*.
Owilt
N and after Pil l.lv Auzust 1 -t. »lli~ in-tllntion
lie i n in ill •, vcoiiius a- w II a- duru tlie
eniiie 'v. St«d"-ni» ikini: a fi.Uc ur«.-, l-y apply
ing th in-' lvc- dtitinc the dav and eveiiiiiK. can ma
tt riall* ?lintt ii the iim- ordinarily rei|tiir to om
plet" ihe cour?.'. Ta the Meeli tuic, Manulactuier.
R"tai|. r. and Pr man. 1 would »ay 1 have
jilt niatur-d and drawn tip a new i*it of ln«tri|.-l
ti. n Cards, so impl.vi1lng the -el nc.- of Bo k-k- einm:
as to enal.le me in a V't v leooits, to in-trnci
either of I tli t. k ep individual or part net ship b» ks
ti|».in u niirti priie iple- wiih strict a cui j. v, and lo
aim 'ilaiu lie ir Hams and ioosea with as uiuch pn
cl-ioti a the hank r.
I/ s-ons Iti Praetical Penmanship during thefore
D.»'ii- and evennv*!
Entire satislaciion rendered tn stndeats.pareats
and g'lnlians, or tuition fee refond
i
OFFICERS: I
I'm.
JAMES PE0K.
V.
Free.
TIHiM AS Kit IIMINii. Sec y
fr.a*
JC NV.MAS, AI Tt Nil IHIIICIOH AND MARINE
is-irixTun
5t3"Marine and Eire u^ks lak n st n«nil rate*. _|T{
jjiSiltf II. HLI.l), Ag nt
Jy*f
llambutgh (kete Jmt rmhid aad
hy
|i dalzell jr acu
(f.uuS)
TIKE AIM I MAKE READY I
AI'ttrssoahd
n. R. CHILD,
few doors east of Brad*.
GROCERIES! GROCERIES!!
Nlarg"receivingllat
ADAMSOW a BAFP.
OW KnickerKicker fc Rrnwn's. A
and w ^"hclelst.kW of chcivo Groceries,
26bnls Crushed Sugar:
28 Powder,
3S ClsrlOcd CoflTee Snfrsr
2ft S'ewatt" Golden Syrup*
fiObsgs Prime Riv CofT
Ml Old (Vivernni nt Jivi |f c..
AU cases Kngllfti brcakfsst Tess. Mona,Moni Fining,
K. NICKER ROCKER a RIUWIT.
J»St» Front »t. op. Earry LanW^J
FIRE I I1RE I IEE 111
e e a e s
AND
BMT BVBABLB B00P 111 ISE.
Taessundersigned
BI have been (swaged In the bnsi
id inaanfactaeiiis end pal tin
aw Ciaapaaition
Boafs lor tae laat eight years,
and tlie work warranted
Mss per agaara $S,
Materia
la aiaasfHlamd aad Bf saK with printed
tions aie palwiai on.
enters left al (|»fla*rtliaf law
«f Biaiisfca
asar t|awBinH. a»talBwrtlilwB
-vfftfnwaaiieBife*
wmFismi'v*
MMtt
sfUMS,
Auctioneer
ana
COMMISSION MIRCHANT
Ma 34 Brad* Street, near Ifwat Office.
DATENPOKT, .... IOWA.
Ali.tKl
CTInN SALE* .f al Kstsle St.« k«, lloiise
Furiiiiur,'. Cloiliu.g. I»r «»ds, IJr.*-»-rl«»
lUi.lwi I!..kr. W..I NwiiH.nery, and M«n-bandi*e
Sewrsi.y ,.u r, It ruia.
Sale, will Ke had »t tlie An ti'4i Store) or at the
lw^li|ii», .-I. 'e-. fc. ..file „*irri.
I HONEY accomhohatiow.
flatkaSiasr. s lua'le on i,« isnne nl aetnat'y In
at to l«. »..td of for a limited |«Mrtd,
alKl a|e ff .t at |.iii.|n ..r |.i i»it sale
nulsr i..»|es «.f li.iiiinf e»,-ry evening, an.!
day sales a- |rrag e in lit, and acvouiit ol s,.i-srfU'
dvicl |i'oin|.fy
ONSU .VMCNT3SOLJCITED
JulyAlf
f\tLtta£frm*i3T:ss~"
Ucatlns, Stores, OBffs, &c.
n ti Asi ua i.i is iuit*nisT, av
aOl Adamai,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Merchant)
Ko. »i tlrs St II. ai 111 l'.ot offlee,
1lw..
BT—The new tf i
d.Krs norili of
11.1—Two ottiies (s-.
UWI.-
JIOftf, wi-hti»f ali\ thing to BO for
a|»|itr4 bin#
Sporting Seano*,
will And everviliine necessary, at No 6 Main street.
E|ey»' Cloth Gun W*ts| Pitwib-r Flasks,
Wat Priof Capal fsrti etKe»
Shot a'"I L' aili Oun Wip.-rs
SImI bausi Can WrciKbes.
A law slMk of Pnpieft-i f.iW.t' to arrive
j\2.Mly LIVINGSTON fc I.IH KWOOD.
OO
THE IOWA BOOK ROOMS.
Te»t15in
•nl-
lots Miilal le for e.,mm.Hl
jou.r
CRAMFTOX'S.
CRAMPTDN'S-
U\K\ SHIRT BOSOMS,
at variety, st
jvl.'tf CHAMPTtiV«t.
Nf
HM. V. B\BR,
(v'W diw Petacipal
OIK SEXT PRESIDENT! I
Life of Janie* Buchanan, Paper, Price .35
Cloth. $100
John Chstle^ Fremont Paper, 26
(loth, $100
The most complete edit ions p.ibii-h"d. For sale at
TIIK 1
WIN CITY BuOK STORR.
2nd st. opp. Le Claire House.
Jv«8
BJfiSf M^GSt B+tGSl
Mry,
Shoalders,
ANCEACTUREIIhy the Ctiiess.. Rag Manufacto
Randolph «tp^'t,corner of Ciatk, CliicsRo.
PLCCR, BUCKWIIKAT, CORN MKAL. HAM. FAR­
MERS, OSNABI HI. ANIl HKAjtfLEbS,
GRAIN SACK.S'
Furui-hed apnn ths shortest Mtioe, and st lb*
lowest msrket prices. Thedign» lor brsnding are
new, oiiguial^ and nwl to lis sur|u.s« hi this coun
try.
n W. ASH A HI).
Bwt OgHc address Baa
Vtn.
Wonted.
VM
AN AND W1EK wante«l by a respetlabls fsr
taer Sve aides from Davenport the wan to wotk
on lie' farm and tli'' w.auan t»d» the houstfworfc ami
milk a r. w C4iws. (jood wages and steady employ
ment w ill he given. Protectant prefered ApHy to
[jy30d4t| tiUll. G. CI'STEit,
st T. II. McGhee s. No. 4 U Claire Mow.
CUitHE.ES GOODMUCM.
Dental Surgeon,
OtHce on Brsdy street, between td
aad Sd, over MBchstl'ssSere, Davsw
|)ort,Iowa. oct
19
Dr. Barrows, lion. John P. Cook,
Dr P»«intaln a Adler, James ThorlngtSS|
Witherwaa, B. Cook.
Carter, A. Corhin, Bsq-s
U'Keardoa, Ool. Eads,
Moriarty, J.J. Borti.
If C. T. Webb, (Draggist)lte«rs. A W MHcbell
PraneisJsooby.do. Andrews A Shelley
TUK
Penqiiin., Toung Ilyson, Gunpowder,
and Impeaial.
IT'i IELU'i
y B-lle
Brsdv Street opposite
proprl- 'or of th? City B~!)e fee Cresp and
Conf.-c', jiiery Saloon oa
HI* fit"
tbe Poet Office bniMing, is now fnlty pre|i»r»-d to
wait jo their customers with the following I us ur tea
Orange and Lrmon lees, and lor Creams, forciga
anri .V.inejtie fruit, home g)ade pies, and cakes, swart
milk,
M*tmmuuie tnul Sodm W*mUr,
agether (iit ISciliLtae to provide rskslselisls fer
(he inaet
furn.i^ed, yell ventilatad, ensaatedtowe asd deaaly
mv1'"r aMflaaiNsm, sacb ae aoiit of
rival in the dtp, aad aa aas haou* brtter how to
serve up things with aeataeee
end dispatch, or mefce
better
than Nixon. Parties, Pte ITIas, Bidrtree, WtHWs.
Public Dinners, be faralsfesdsa (fee smartest aoUts,
and nwst ressonabls tersae.
Ia.dies sod »sB'ya yle WI laaajny, ia nn
Jsrtahte pejvaSe
eiwn, tfcs asst —t ssdnehim
latTXUBIKS Of THE MAJOIf,
caBat
Maollt e I.e.
fCKeJC.
i .r (li.-i n-) un Bialy Bt}
.e .-1 Utile-.
udltoor fMiiijsatne building
ai-One ro ll! d. ba k d»
lais wi II IikIii.iI viiiilat il. -«l. ntrance suitable
for .i whoi'-sale l)ii"iiH »s print, or tiait- fcc.
4 li—On.- room (ae- I rl.^-rj over the Reok Store,
Ko 3# Ur.idv Str- il iMic ••lit ran. e from «trr.tl «ult
able for a law ni' di' il. ffl1*'. d- ntist. arti-t as.
ft:t—Tli- II...k and l'a|. Store kif.Mii as th Io«a
B(-k R—iiis. \.. ttiatv SIr.et 11 or part uf tli
stock f»r sale and »tnif tint n«tur» to lets a rare
eh ttic- f. a well •••laMi-li-d and prollubl tm«liH'«».
FiV" r—ms (--•.•nd II or fi .lit aii.l l.aikl N-«
and *1 Hin ly -I witli (T^'l fr nl eut r.ince. suita
Me for ffl and 4 iitl niai.'- lodtUUK r«ui- r. nls
from to 10 doliars^p i nsaith
11h- .Foriy-flv« |.«| frt»iii .if the Catholic I'd »n
Bra*tr St. between 4th and6ili, tu lease lui n years.
ApHy to
ELI aDAM«.
an* 7 Offiee oil Ura'l Street.
BOOKS HSb STATIONERY.
Tht iuwa nook Hoomt,
N«. 311 Hrisdy Mrrel« llsrre dears
••rlli Ihe I'mi OIIIit.
UAYKNPOUT, IOWA
il »ut%rrib*'r h:»\imr |uri-tui»r*l tti«*«*ntira tutor
ill- aimve uaur Ii kit mn
Book and Stationery Store,
pres
v ill continu ttie bu»in.s« a» fortn1 rly, for tb'
ent at the old .-tatid,
Na. 32 Brady Street, near the Poat Offlre.
w it. re all ill want, i an Imy ll«e.k«. Paper*. Enve|..p.-»,
Statimiery yneially Wail i'ayer, Borders, ac., at
tlie |.w »l prle. fot-tu-b.
1
a» Ifef. K LI AIIAMS.
lirahamN Magazine
I'
^OR A agast—Just received
snd for sale IIV
Kl.l AIIAMS.
Iiih.15 Fo3C Biady
ft.
o'-ai l' *tt»fS*.
T1IEKM0HKTEK8.
VIi
ARKU Hot Is.
Also:
-nil ,I le for »l .r
IliiSt-, fce. inn,, -,.',,1, to .'*)
Mathcmatiral Instrui
rales liiauii'g I'encii- a.1 n.uuber
uni llni e' «!i in t: i-ei
Ilran ing |np i, BiiMll to Xlia la
alie.
t» I
Pins for Artist', Knclte ei« fc, at
TllE "IOWA HOOK KOOMV
No 36 II:adi si te .v I'—t lllMes.
•san—21 «t Ll.l A AM» tsCO.
Iirrcn Curtain I'aprr.
\\7IPK. aiM -alined «n Ndh sid'*« I »1«" WALL
V PAPERS of varioiumiu. til*. BOHUKKS
of vario
\a\i••rim.
Firr Board Patterns,
i .» .it th
J'1C
"IOWA BOOK ROOMS."
No Hi ady 1
1'in no* & Onnuift.
II ady
DAV K POHT.
HEa»I-
Slrei I over IheJI lllliee.
IOWA.
Eiir.'P* aiel ill-
1
HO dos Tnaiblers
apic- s of ait kinds,
Woid and Willow Waie
Eoiles
WINO had loiii: ejprienee ii
in Cit .-s in Hsniifa'tmlnc I'imi
an.Ill-gin., 1 .i ll cpsnd toe
wliieli my I'lei. allii liiC put',
st»l" iin«nrp»»s"l.
Will k- eoii-isntlv on hatwl Plsito F„rtei and Or
Calis of hi- OH 11 linenf I. lire, u In. h. to r- u'ar.| full
ii' «s iad |»ow'''r of ton •, ileii-'aey toie Ii aod --li'lity
of. .Hi-.lrneli.il. ar let ti|a.-'d l.v any tli I lie La
Will warrant lie and ke lh in In older fo'r flee
y. at- without
WHOLESALE *R0CERS.
post Off ii
y
tiiit iim
Davenport, Zowa.
TfJs
IS TH.iS
Ssitce.
S. II STARR.
I!!
tOOHsIf i1, ,t- imp a n,
Tonng ltv» ii and finopnwderi
Ml halt I'. fi- II,,|,siu and Sonrhong,
$gp Cu.W!ie- from 8 I.. i'o lbl
80 IS Paitn S.ap
4nt~ Vat|. sat' S-»p*
_. 7.'i l«,v s ahar.uK
hoses Trsnvpar.-nt Se-ap}
a,ts.*e, Ca-HI' S...P.
8U 1»* Pi. kl
lui hoses r«si4a, Cat sap tftt 9*pft
100 bo* of vsr)..ii« hra.(.l« of cledBS tSSn|
40fW Cuba sixes I'.garai
Si WSJ lBi|.rt Cigars
too hoses No I and u'jlol Herrings
S0l»hl-new Ma k l,
ilAh iif I hi» Vo fc.rel,
kitt- Jlvifrei frfaurtraee.
10 bhls sn k'-c. of Molasses
SObh liof SiiKat
AOiloS H"l C..rds,
to I.I.I--tOried Apples
AO Ssefcs of ilri.il V ».li'«,
tuo
•. new Raiwnsf
TncHher wfth a Isree st" k of other srtMea all of
which we wit| sell OB irimxis' le terms,
elltnj WILSfIN fc HARf RT
af Mtmrge Stork of Gmml«.
for ss'e st
WHOLESALE AND RETAi..
w. a. HAaou,
Corner of Front .-.rid Warren sts
WOfLP
inform Ihetdtltens Dsrfk|» sail Ihe
cot'i.'.ry ii'Ui«i aU.ut, that be hss now ^b ^and.
and wii di-p.«e
u
at tiu lowest prices large »ud
complete slmk of
i)u\,qoonHt
(iRBCCHIKN, W0OTB IHBES
CROCK BR V, HABUWAREtfcc
*\y
Beady-Made Clothing
for «ll elanses of people. Also sii k'nds of
Cfrtrin IM J*rodw* Mouth
st the hiehest msrket pries. My goods are bow gb
B'«ion. N"w Tork and St Louis ntarkcts and at sa
prurs ga eaabta ins lo ar il
C^etpcr tluia Ever.
No trouble to sho-« f#.*-ds Call snd see ass stefk
Sfore parchssing eisewbere.
declSdly W. A. HAOOB.
Notice*
LI.
A.'
knowing themselves in* Med
la-glr,
uhscrthsr, sre very politely, b«t aarp.-stly re
led to call and *»-lt|e up immediately, As all ar-
o ants not s-tti 1 l.v tbe jnth of Ansnst, wUl bp
Into tbe bunds «f a proper o0k*r for co|leeOai.
Davenport, Jety ytb-tw
Joan JOIMV-
WAITED.
AOIRJ.waaeaami
lo da general luiaeiaaik. 9s snc an
ens
assd imansai ea^tqraMkt ha
given. Baaaiiw at ifcis sAeas
JalySB-dtf
KWMTM: 4ttMBAJL'ft
aKaKD
a. *kL»a. ••aaisnauni.ji^
AI.LKN fc DOflUN«.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Aa4
tirsrral
Lssd
Far
Igtasy,
OFFICK NU. I UI:R*S HI imiim,, HAVRM
Iiii|mik .1 siel Vmmpiovisl Clfr and CVmHry I
pertv, N.ii hl and .«• C. nuuis-H'n, Ooeerai
Lanls ar« f«|l «-l"e»"t? Land WairanU
onkr or un *h»r. Tax |.,i-l fot uui-r
aeytovaslsdi U*u ie KoiMi.d.
•rMaiMaiM^llte
W11.
LI AM MM|,j|)|,
Attoeary at Us. CnOeetlnas mads and pranvls
promptly remitted. Coiivtyauclag esreNNy si
Undid lo. aellf
Sale
aU far Reals
DWnilMi
Uuaees l» riil oa Bsc und aad AM
•U in I he **t end I.rtlir elty.
Ten vslunM. holMing Lets In Sturdeeaat^aMM ns
near si ii. Uurrows'rvsHi«nccf fee sale aa very
ivritio.
Two |^t on the utug, |,i sil nf flatnes strreL—laa
aiHilnilrucltrd Kninits ft,r sale Vt ry cheap.
S. veral valualilr l.|. f.,r h.»tm-as houses sad dwell
•tiffs "i1 H»rri«« i mia«l Mam i(rrtUt norili |i||k
for ank wry w.
Tn» vaUwIC^ boUainy U*U on «rro»4 and ThU-l
airwta, for m*U*, cr**«itt oj live «rs clvru no noil
ol the |HircliSM* mn oy,
I^.t in (#t.•• n'» A.Miti*,n| dwelling
|r ini-«-«. for eh. u|.
Wvt half l^.l 7, b»» k 1j hua*e(
tprov to' nt*.
2n ft-i fr..nt, by f- deep,,m Main street,eppneita
tlie |-Clair" IIoum- f„r sale.
wr||( sad Ua-
C. rii- i |..| on Main at..I Front street* for *sle cheap.
W.st lot S, I,luck Wi, o|.|^iis K. Cw*'» r**l
nc-, for Ie «|. on loiiii lime.
W.lHly.tS, hi.» k W). lad (aire's 71 addtl»n
l|oUe till I r.-olllv and C..-t .t ihlr
|d« 4 and A III Mttch-li'saddilion, and [wrllta(
tioii-e K hy '.4 „n I..I 4. for *aie Im ap
i F. H.%. ip 79, I eni.1. Ml acres for aale.
A acre lot in n liile K bniM.n a ItulMfs aUllSn.
S w and W H- i, .- N for sale.
Nfe *.•••16, t|. s», rAe. Clmi an eonniy, S.i*ate
S acre, land, sec n, l|. *», S
east, I Billc front 1SV
eii|«,rt.
«S seres in *ee9T. tpIS. IIe
att
anJer millet
I mile from iiU. for sal-- efieap
w s s »T T»H )K, 1*0acrestallies l»o«
l*av'nport. for »a|r.
S K s .f s w S IS. ft W «, ..f K STT. and
K v Of N w it s 21 Tn it lu W laulsa Coaaty ad
J. iiilns llinlx for
N s of N W S «TT7 RS Won*mile frsai the
citv of Mil.aim-, for 'al
HSacn land 3A in.» i cultivation, feiH»d, •stmy
hoii«e,
(a*l
water IM fruit tree* i* pr aivK*. bring
the W S of S W S rt 7b 3 K, 1
wil*s float Uaven
i port, for fale
I 4H acre* u 11 ti ilwe|| Ins home MM! fttaM* S*S ether
lni|.roveiu"iiti, a.ljoiniiiK tin t||y of Usit^sll, |v(
I W S Of N W S IS nn S B, arma Ilk i*.
forty seres No I prairie land, neat Wshell, ler
sale very low- j.rlee |.'asi.
Thirty aer.-« of Lind in Weet aviapsst, Ise sale
rlieap, In I gto from four to eight aerss, Am View vf
River and Twiu titles.
Also several oilier valuable tracts af Baal I
the city and country, far sale hy
A LI.KM aOOLAN,
•-12 'III N». Ore's Balldtag.
1*lxo Mnnli utton
UPK USIIRtNlK COiriNT,
ttrSKW VOHK.
ttlK Manhall'ii Coni|.anv afloids lo the assured
tli- advantage* ,,f ttie mutual system JufcSMl with
of Ii*' J.diil Wurk Cs»|.any. It lis* s
paid U|. Ca-I, Cai.iiai of |«si isai. sihI aa ascantala
lion to piovide for Ioksts of Di.P' tbaa a
T'
QUARTER Or XILLIONOr DOLLAM
ovi and sl»V" the Capital.
Kyi* pole hold.'iniay share In the profits nf tha
Im-iiie-., and may n-ct-ive the same in rssa. orsa la
er» a*e ,,f the am. ail insured, oi by a redu* ii»n of tha
annual |,imluiii
No I '-rii|jsii in the fTnlledPtites r# rs superior a*
vanta." It altaii- ir. sr. fully and eroiH.mteany
mans--'d. and it-, proflt* liavb-eii larfer II.another
IJfe Insurance Coni|ianv. eilh s and essa CAPItAL.
Tkrnctt division of
jrroSfs
l"er*'n
Ropms to Lrt,
il. smtal'le for tllBera Slid
o.i Brady »t near tl
GentlemenV lodtn ii bij.
N A |*r«. :i Ir i tn lb
csre of the rooms if d^slrahk
psii rit- will And
(Sino If)
lrnii«es will take
Api'ly to
Kl.l A HAWS.
No at Brady st te a: I'o.t uatce.
v~-—
will lake flmrt
ia ISUV
BXAMPI.K OF KATKS Kilt INSt'RANt OF $|f«l
see nearest
tnrtlHlay.
K-.r I
-ar
$1 ISI
Wlxde Life h4e Ills
wilh (HogI
fii*
*1
I 3J
i as
I fin
i si
iili'tprs
tl S4
SIS
$IUU
IU
I «3
nas
in
40
I Tt
IM
314
need 5
V?
in
who tie. „r neart» all of lh
Ihejt l.ii-m.-• M, tl,,- I|..|,l of elir t.slf on lite
snnu I ii naii.in ot Lite P'4m ie,ai 1|ier nt Interest
In-Iiram .- .11 Mil from III to 7 I and foi am»
from «n«i»., if ioi«m
LOViICK I'RUMPTLV AIMI NTKO.
And all |.r. hniinatt-e of proof fumi lid wllhail
•aatfe laiollr ..f ri p.|dei|. rr nigral.
H.. .1 K.iiliao.i li.ax.i aillalwajM he lbe(, vermni I
l.riii. i| ,.|.- ,.f tli-
llanhatlm IJfe Insnranre Conquuiy
•Mire, KEW VOttK, RO, IIAIROA0WIT.
N II lloltt^AK, I'nsidrsl
0. V Wkmpue, 8m ii larv.
d'»i a of Iiiaklfti- a -af" and prnfl|sM*|
sSat Au.ul Ixmu.ss's snd ct feur
All th«
LH In
[apt dlf]
AI.I.EN fc IKMII.AN. Asents
TA l.l,MAW I'OWftlllH,
AllarNr)saai «sussarll«ra at B.aer.
Orrus Fonil, .i.lei Soondd., "«er Wdsy'bM* (v.l
All prof, v-innal la. on. promptly allesdsi Is.
Moiny 1,.,,tied on H*-al I st.ite scvuraj.
jlppr .ve.l Not.«ill ml, d.
Railem iehaoc. iipl.t and sold.
Time draft-, and a |.t.. ie. dts-Kwatsd
Sfx k« and lloiel. I,ought and ssM CSMeSlSSi
an ii.v i.i. i,«i. oil. i.d
Eatu
eetlB
Ute all Old-
13
III
lia'gc, and every satMacli, ti to |.tir-
i1iaers:
MuMi-al In'trnni' iil" of all kinds repaired in lh'
n*'ate-t and t»"»t maim. r.
Pianos and OifEaiis Tuii'-d in city or conntry wlvn
d.-Mr«l. Jyl.%1
v i i i
jnaa a. nuais,
|Nm^lik*i |'"ic, N. T.
duo l.ivui ui' in a
N TaiMts
c*P
Alt IVwsaa.
easesss eowsse I
Bsveuport, |«ws
TAIslsMAN POWKlia,
.tllorni') saatl €'*«Ma*|l«ra «l l.aWs|
A**
AccnUi.
Iiirasmav, lows
OSee soath side of Se-oml atreH, uppMits LsCls.r
Blotk, over Wilij'. store.
Lt^BBIII liHT AUMLBM
f'ommiHMimtt.
Nsvlnr al.f' at. .'(tie. In Kn.t.rn New Tork, al a
Sering
olnt from wli(.l, a large Miogralu n nisy heaspertwl
the pre*in a.oii, we hay uimsaaU) advent
IW|M*»e ol Itti.O* la* nirtiial mUfrt.
Jffif y»rt I Hty:
Hon. John Van Buren Hon. /aarta P. Plan
Cliarli O't'onoi Win. C. lls»rio»ter,
itmlioij- J. Blet-iker Wo Balswi,
AO-ny, r.
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IOWA LAND ABEWCr.
WII.I.IAH ALLEN,
Attaraayan4 Ccnosallar a: law.
GBNEBALLAM) AtJENT ANOBCAL
ESTA'I K BROKER,
Port Office BuiltJinpt Oradjf ftfil
U A TEN PORT, IOWA.
CetleetVwie prsespity atteaM tela all sasa e'lha
fate l^uds eaterad aad vaweele lae^rd la a«
Und DMrk
u of the /date, m-mj
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nwld, for aoa-rasMeals Msney (saasd aa aaiesasr
fcer^B^ Estate eseer^SweeTiiSeeeesMl Lata
leased Brat itatsts at and sold »a
coniBiletiaa.
Bi u-hfcc fcc.
Jo t.li. r,,l Vinegar.
ifal Estate for Stle Ii tefft*
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Houses swt I/-I- bf sate h» |Hs^npnrt
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Improves fa I «w fur sale in S«li Coaaly
IMsfacres of ifslu^ele yrsMie is Ssvtt Bouaty I
S«0 acres PrKuis %»d Timber a Story County
'h tu Is Mshaska Coaaly i
MSi aires i (hi In fteofcon Coaaly
'P1 a. Msper Coaaly
liftttree Ofs it hi BenteaCoaatrt
scr* da as la Mwsawtlne Ciaals.
Afjlf to WILLI AM ALUS,
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r«Bd« ^st DMee Baildtag'
Fov Smje
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lola or snMiri«l..!ti tb siiil nnrehasers er per
tbst si .y desire to lease f,A a |»rai yeera.'
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