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STATE DEMOCRAT.
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ftirtara.
OPPICIAI. rAPR* OK Til K CITT
(Mlf. R4 U»—W-ekly, (IM
cat Biti^porr.
Writer ItralM M|rt«MfeH l».
R»H I'KKslDKXT,
JAMES BUCHANAN,
U I't SN.-VI.V A MA.
FOR *ICK l'AFII»Kvr
JOHN C. BRECHIN RI1H»K,
or k S I 1. K V
a* .... -i i i. i -I-.-- .u
Democratic
t*ri-»ttl-iallul
i Ki liirk.
i 'I A I.!. tii.d AMi »ll A VI »H
0 IIM Lirl A. II I'AI.Mtli,
HWTKIK- A »mpoftitnr.
•IIOHI N pausrr «***«.
I*he Bii'inbt i* ui ili»- I i i HiiMf »i' Ue|
ri-Bt ritatives of tli«- lilaok lU:|»uhlic aii
Party, plrd^ i the people at lliu tin
ftheir election to f'ongrws, that ^la
verv *houM abolihli«-| in th? his
tint of 'oluinhin, tOnl tli*- slave trjv 1
between thf^ wvi:ral States ahoulil
pmliibitrii, tliat the Fugitive Mav
l.aw sliouM
re|»cHl-'l.
ami tin- Mi-
*ouri ompromiac 1m restored, anl at
Iti' tilt*} had elected Hank* a* Speaker
wf the llouae, and lie had packed the
l.'oiiiiuitteea with roen favorable to
emli of these pro|wfl actb, the cur
tain tails, and not a man of them
ten a resolution to carry out tlicir
promise* go solemnly made to tin
people.
To lie 'oiisifet«'!it, th«»y should Imvi
made the effort to do all th**y had
pledged their roiint ilwnts tlicv would
do. But no not an aft panned In
tliein n Jlci tb honor upon their omim
leucy, Mild while they have phuid ic
e e a s u y o u e e i o w n o n
^ii'ssiunal pay, and filled their
pockets, and have done nothing
but talk, talk about Kansas, and L"
a voluminous, iiiiK.Hdalili- lU:|»ort about
Kansas affair*, and tiually adjourn in
disgrace, aft«!r making a desperate at
tempt to destroy the army and prepar
th»* way for civil war. These im
a v e a e a v y e k o n i n o a k e w i
their own friends, and will inst likely
be
Eervtd
as Jaiue* Thorinjrttt \\a
•ciTed l»e laid b\ as um-Ii*.» and un
trustworthy.
Kltt MoMKIt^ A' K NOW I .Kill.I M. Ill AT
they are THMiiiionisUt. An oHMnns
Frem.inter on the .-ars of the Chicago
A llock Island K. U., a tew da\* since
proposed taking a vote as to pivfereut
e* for Presidential candidates, and
coming to T. H. Cutting, Kmj., former
Iv u resident of this city, said to tiim
Who do you vote tor Tn which
Mr. Cutting replied 1 mil- f«»r
the '•institution as it is and the right
of the people to govern themselves.
To ihi V\'oou,v replied O. yes
sir. 1 see, you are a ltu.liaiuin man."
Ponder on tjjat, ye Wool lit**, who are
not wholly given ovt i to \««ur hellish
wui k of anarchy.
A national convention (icing almiit
to asbcinbh* at llaltttiiott-. atiecting to
represi I the vvlii^ party, a whit writes
to the National Intelligencer that leal
whitfs chii have nothing to do with
such a gat he rin if. a* it is ciunpo-cd
chietlv of know-nothing* W ho denoun­
ced aud alandoned tho whig pally.
The wild Woman ha* been ilisi'lmrg
«*ttred. from the tt»y!iiui. and oom*
to her home in nortnein 'I'exas. "'be
was. burn iu Missouri, of ropectablc pa-
leuts and h»h two children. Her
whole ?|»ry is not made known, hut
there is no d&ubt she wa* triad to es
cape tVoiii her exhiliitors.
Stamped pottage envelopes .savs thf
Journal ofl'oiunieice, have IweB in u*©
in the United States about three years
and two year* tiill remain uuder the
contract by wiiich they are miwle.—
The demand by the government now
leaches .'l.'UMII l,i iO(I eti\ pi».
gy While (liii (.in try is rec«|VH^c
largp lupiiiciits of k»'U1 from California, it
will be a inatt.T of interest to knw smm
thing of (hat "uiiiu- of mituiil wealth,''
Australia. Ovi-r $ 100.000.(KXJ worth of
{oId has1 been realized in that cnuntiy du
nne this »ear, without umoli interfering
With other |rotlucts of tin country imteed
the wool crops are belter tl.an ever, ar.d
the recent »ales in Ein laiid exLihite.l atiim
market. Some of the Australian sheep
owner.- were attending tlie tales of their
clij. in London, and there were men whose
docks numbered 60,000 he,id, giving a clip
of 300,000 pounds of wool in the urease,
which biuuKht lod—s. y 30 cents, being a
value of $100,000 for a clip, of which
half is profit Such properly, with so cei
tain »nd regular a market as London, where
wool is tree, im better than ^old digging,
even iu a profitable gold country,
Th* Stat* of Iowa,
i
#ou'c
Information charg-
°®c#-
I'rvmem Ike ApMlalr
I 'tuih' X»ikii»i H'iu r»:i' U
Arrayed ageioet ibe champion of ooo
MiUitiooal liberty Juaee Bochanao—
i have the Prinee of ^touiutui John
Fremont. We freiKlvtl FrNlfat lo
the American people aalbe Mchdisturbcr
of social peace Mi political krotherhoud
-one wh i in hie individual character
aggregate* all the inooDaiatencie* which
have marked the annals of our history—
an «[o»t!tte to the Democratic party,
hi oh warmed him int'j prominence and
powur, to tue kuow-NotiJiog parly, which
be fiaally espoused for lh« snke »f th»
spalls, to t^ ioreiirn blood whieh enure
I in iiis veins, to he generous Seuth
that hrre him, to the religion of bi«
fathern and that whith he himself open
ly prof used until mature manhood, and,
in eh rt, to every thing that isfconorable
Mi of good report in the public affuri
of men th«
very
'id hi*
Nebraska act- would restore confidence
to tbo nation.
But ('ol Fremont was ambitious, llo
saw in the party that had nurtured him
from childhood, given him position
among his fellow men, and opened to
his vision tho prospcot of an CI Dorado
in the west, a long and illustrious train
of statesmen men of tho loftiest attain
ments and tbo highest order of intellect
he snw the wbole hrin.iiueot of Democ
racy already lighted up by bright and
shining s'ars he d'«ir»d to elimh thn
heights where patriot* and seers h*d
walked but when he looked up tho steep
and enihruo'l th.- unnumberxd diffionltics
to he oncount v-it, his he.n sickened
within him, and he abandoned ih idea
i.f beeoii'ing a prim irv member of tUfi
hriliiiint constellation composed of such
political sons as Jeff-T^or., Jackson, Bc-
Hasan, Douglas and t'»lhoun.
What whi to Iim done --Fortunately
fur our adv^uiurer, just as he stood and
meditated upon the hriuk oi' the chasin-
w i le as :ha: lietwuen Dives and Lazarus
wfiich fiepurao-d him from the templo
of political tamo, the moral leprosy of
Americanism scued up.m the vitaN of
our politics. Tho doiirn were thrown
open to all, tie- cleau aud the unclean a
consistent record was not required po
litical treachery on the contrary was a
recommendation all the o (venturers in
the 1 in whose tortuues had leeu wreck
ed upon the rooks and shoals of politics,
ion and that of
vs. S ing larceny in stealing
Nathan Whit*. two horses.
Ihe defendant was arrested on an infor
mation and warrant issued by R. D. Cong
den,chufing him with having atolen two
horses from E. L. Basiett, of Cedar coun
cy.on the 14th day of September, 1856.—
Th* arrest wu made by Bray ton Armil add ..——
Levi Darbin, without a warrant, the war- TJj! t^ldsT^V
UP0B ,h*
team, a piatol, four gold watches, two a Iver offtr, bia eight waa Inlozloated by the
wstchei, and about 1100 In gold and sliver, formidable proportion* of politioal abol
He was eomalttad to jail to await a war* |*'on
ism. In a moment, in th* twinkl
rant from Cedar county.
The most ItKlarona jmM of the whole at.
lair wae the oo^n*t of L. J. Crater, who
took th*
,MTi
It,-'
end pistol from
tbe prisoner, and walked up and down
through the justi**** oft.«
tboucfa ht
wu the een|uer*r of the Malehot Ke
«m ordered te giro up the ipoiU whleh he
i Wteh, iri rNjf MttMUatly ewipUed.
}Mhlh« tfce*tabMM«tl Mlh ahiw
were invited. The opportunity was not
to t.e misled but how could »ol Fre- induct: «. .iiiice.i -i.,v
inont join the rising irtv There was I '»ta,i!er, -h ail.1
a feiirful irulf more difficult for him than
for any other man to puss. He was a
catholic and a son of i foreigner
itv most men. su.ih a stop wouid hsvt*
li '.'ti calmly weighed, and entered upon
Americanism offered, tempte! him he- qu ite puuidu.iei
yond his powers of resistance. Atuonu imii: die law he
the ancient Romans, "it Was a general
custom, in preparing for luxurioti« meal,
to take a vomit a short iitno before si:t
in£ down to table. This was not regar
ded as a mark either of gluttony or epic
urism, I ut was held to be done in com
pliment to the entertainer, that b"
quests tni ht he enable.) to carry off a
greater nuantity of his
t-ood
fare. Wheu
Julius (-K'*iir paid a visit reconcile i
ment tit.ioerohv inviting bimsolf u
•up with him. he took eare
let Cicero jtnow that he had taken nvom
it before band, and was resolved to make
a most enormous meal -and Cicero tells
us ho kept hw word, which, for his own inte-rity
part, he took very kindly, and is a mark ere fan ip..-:.ii
of t'"ar's high politeness." shiiue. desc ..
«:ol Fremont had a task hea*ier th in
raspeot. Jndge McLean, however, had
no princely tumoral estate in California,
had not joined and deserted all parties,
bad not, in short, proved himself Wor
thy, t.y universal apoalacy, to head the
dark coluaa of sectional deaonination
and aitiinate disunion. Fremont wai
tbe Man for the times his life showed
there wai no bargain from which ho
would shrink, no political corroption
which, for politic«t pnrpoaes. be W4alt
nceal
not conceal or palliate, he was :he exact
tbe office
Judas of modern limes.
Kn iu' nt hut a short timo ago
a inasubrr of the great Detaocratio »r
ty. II st.iod forth as one of iu leaders*
and freely avowed hiinaelf favorabbi
its pciicv and its measures. Thi'r wan
n i onoealment but wai reoogniied as a
friend of the Kansan-Nohrimku not, and
no mun wonld have scorned more heart
ly or resontad more prompliy to itnpu
taiioD ihat he endorsed the treason of
William Lloyd Oarrimn and Joi bua K.
fjiddin^K ('ol Frein iri' whi even u pro
elaverv umn his votes, durioff the ahort
period of his commotion with th- United
States Senate, «how conclusively that he
regarded political abolition as treason
to tie- constitution ther» win even a
scropuliiHity iri bis senatorial opposition
II tho designs of Free Sodium, whicb
marke him as tho peculiar no:uy of the
agitator™ of thu north.
bs propvaition of Senator I'ou^ia*
to allow tho people «f tl»e States awt
Territories of the Union to s-tt th°
question of domesdc slavery according
to their own individual wishes, Col Fro
mom believed io be tbsolutely demand
ed by tho times, and better calculated
than any other which had evtr heii»
inad'i iu i ongress to Mtill the 'rouMcd
waterw of the political sea. llo knew
we were on the verge of dissolution, und
that no doclrino save that of non-inter
vention—the Keystone of the Kansas-
that of Julius es :r to jte.rf irui, and he
was guilty of conduct at the very m«n
tion of which, the great betrayer of Ro
man liberty would have shuddered, lit
trua Iinl' l" I HW'Hrv llttfiafftiltMl :r»' klltlW
ZZ Tf 11\l 11 disgorge every ve„-
-es
of he I
descendants or tho noble foreigners who
aided us in the war of the Revolution, i
For such apostacv, we callenge all the
ages to prodnoo a parallel.
But we are not yet done with one who
seems to regard the theatre of Amerioan
politics as a gambling board, and the
people of the United State* aa stock in
trade. Gol Fremont wa* not iong in
discovering that he was on board a pir
atioal craft, with a Bucnaier flag at tb*
masthead, and himself and crew hotlv
pursued by the aroused genius of the ac
cumulated intelligence of sixty centu
ries. He aaoertainod that the modern
bark Amerioaniam wa* altogether bogui
in its oonstruotion and, liko jenuino i
apostate, whon the first timber was ahiv* i
erad by the meroilaaa discharge* of tbo
Demooratlo batteriea, he deserted bla
ooaradea, and let then fight th* battl*
alon*.
'rom poet to poat, tbe persever-
ing Colonel determined to make one!
0
Pri,°n« wae {ready to deoert hie frieod* for a better
ifiX-Or oo oja, th* Rdvooat* of alavcry.
IIor waa pood I br, and (root naaee were
•Mttoaod oa itsprobahl*
fovorltaf. Ltrt*
•••bora aln*eraly oppoood lo tlio losti
{gfy{ fe&fOSSS
+3'
The nn.nation of t.'oi Fremont for „1B41 '1 L*'
.L ,r I I» 1! .1 4
at k'fuuteui
foil luw a thuador
clap upon tliL- genuine patriotism of tne
Country, dittru-t wjw kindled in the
•smdo of thousands who before bad r%
posed in quiet .ecuritv
gtnrral,
and
we
Mi®'' a
iioo,
Wfl have no usaurance, it is true, thai
Co! Fremont, if oletitcii to the wr-"ideu»
cy. would he f.nttiful to the conglonmrt*
ted isms of vvhtcn he is the ostbnniii}*
heat? an aposUie in everv ege has prof
el liims-lf more treacherous his
friends tnau to bis enemies —always i
ready upon tbe slightest signal, to strain
every nerve in crushing the vorv agents
of his own prominence. We would, how
ever, in an emorgency like t!io present,
trtisi to no delusive hope. We ore to
choose between a triedstatcman who tor
halt n centurv lin served liis country
at home and abroad, and a political ad
venturer, nominated on account of tbe
current rumor it he possessed uncoitcf
ted aorfih of gold.
We w .ul I gladly, in Uie condi«t of o
moodily periodical, avoid everything !iko
personalitics it n impossible, however,
to discuss gre it hi isores of policy, and
particularly in a cri«is like the present,
without examining orilicaliy tho records
of protnite n: actors upon the stage,
^cts which bea upou a nation, and im
mediately afl'ect myriads of men, cannot i
be soperate I from their agents. Taking
this view ot tho case, we shali present
som.t facts in the puh.iu life of Col Fre
mont, whioti every tn.in, before casting
his vote tor a presidential candidate,
should carefully examine.
Col Fremont was twenty-one days a
member of tho Senate of the United
Statin from California, during this pe
riod as we have seen, anil stiall more
particularly show, hit was an uitra-pro
siavery man.
W'n- i i No. ?on. "to oppie-v the s|,tve
tra^ie i i: Dis tic! of Colnti.b a," was uu
der i o i«ider.itii ,\l'. Sevv.itd i ce e i
amendment' o abolish slavery iti 'he li-'
tr et of C.i|i,inbi.i." Cliase, Hah* aid S^w
»rd vo'i"d in tie smen lioent. un Flu
Movr .'ini Uavtom a'.ainsi it. Sena e
Jo'itrial, ltt 8rs«ioe. il«t 1V'lW. page
6.' 7*
S!iti.se(|ii.-!it|), wh'-n ioil No. 347 wa- to
s on«|.ieratiort,the same ument'inenf Wii
p: oftoceii I
y
,\1r Hale, and -upporte b.
Me-sr^. 'iat.-, I'll «i' ao S'-wuiii, 4 ei up
po-ied Fr- inoi,. Mid Dayton
Seoate .Imnnal. I-' -'-s»'rn, 31s' C-n. ress.
017
To- n toe i4iii, ut ^•1 t- Illiter
l%oo, 11- tifc tin i tio»ulerWioo of bill No.
220. T" -tipji.ess the slave trade in tne
t'oliiaibcij" th-» thoiS m-i tion nf
who ii ov I'd that a- v per.'o •.* h.i should
to run away from
imprison, tie
periOeiitl.i
.•I, of
the C.
V i or t.
•h t'aroima. m
n*i 4 .» polity
Tha
prlso
obstacles could he surmounted in hut) „x,,,
one manner: ho must
renounce hit relig-
his fathers,
hack upon the
an.i i
i jvfi
and turn ins mc-.t.
blood of his ancestors! Con-
w'1"
only «s a las' resort, (/ol Fremont, how^l P'"i"
ever, had no scruples, which, un ler air,
nircumstances. could modify or control
his love of office he was apolitical irlut
ton. and the luxurious hill of iaro which
IIV ll
-4 :ive ye-o v*
!•'.-.'ii.ini v »ted i ii !i-•
i i.,te ,1 t'l.n.tl. i -I
In .t tie court naotthi -e
deni.-d d'. -cieiio i |., intposit.^ tile j»eoit
ty, ti ii'.ve.l 'o a .e M.to r*tn,u|er.tt»n
the .i 'er, j..-j ..• n.tedV'.or
accus •d..-: .titv mitiga:i..^ i-.ircii!ii^!a!ic.'.
i»i«di was t)lf. Rejiohlican c»naidare ft
the Pre-idmnrv. To wa»t t'am- an w- at
tilbote tlie great .toa.^'e v^u cii has conn:
over him? Wlw nnu.-i out C- i ,i* ime
man in en:ioi. ,t! liy Qiat&c w:ie.n,a
member uf toe S. :ia e the U i'e Mates,
lie -'OOii i ir b)
sid*
1
wit* tie ii. ilila
me.i Of Ul'- Soi|ti» Who Can It -m. .:- lo
believe th.»: a
inei-
Ui-ii toi ofti.tr ii^ 'ou.
verted hi u I'liiii, ,ri
II
i. 'iie I' to -i
Gsirnn. di to ,|4 We'llH^ sho 'da I
Cbai: v. 'ei we ive ot ch itv "ii.oii»»i
eiveji.oi CF'.-in... creli' fm
incoi.si-le.ii'ie
tacy, ao 1 would
ti tin- presidential "hair, ca
the Ph l,d Iplna U/ininee
in ewery ttinei
by tlie cioiq a
ol ,i.
e
tige Of his Democracy, to tree his nature .i. Kivmont may be c,, d« rftond
of every attachment to his blood and we n eM-i, -.-me oi the expir^od and n.-
kindred, ant) divest his moral frame of
every sentiment of affection for the reli
gion of bis yoiilh and his manhood, and
that of his father and his ancestral land! i
Tell it not beyond this land of freedom,
lest monarchs hear it, lest the satellite*
of monarchy hear it and rejoice -1 bar,
John Fremont, n Catholic "an 1 the son
of a foreigner, for the sake of poetical I
prominence en ered the lists and becamo!
a ohampion of tho opposition to Oath ol- I
icism, and a leader of the mad crusade
against the rights and privele
In
hv #K
Keep- Th,« the p.
ijlie-I lOlle.l piui.m- ot the proini e:.t I
tiers «f tlie parly to which i»«» itelmigs
Jo-tiu« K tjiiiaii.^'i iu.ih'- liit.ue ot iiep
re.-eni jt v t». .o ilav l^.)4, -4ld
I lo ki. i vv.iid 'oihi^.fav vtlrf
Liberator, a p.ip*i now wamlv snpportiog
Fremont
l,b«rl»»
t-iiert
-hall e a s.m il,. ms iriei-tiou in tlie Son li
\fiieii tlie bla. k inan, armed with British
bayoti--u, md coiuinaiwed hy B, itiii of
lieers, so ill w.ue .t vv..i of e\tf inin.tiioo
B^ain-t Hie wiiil- in.ei vy11" i ii e mas*
ter siiatl »ee it s owfl|nt in,fla#ie~. Hi.d
his Ite.ii :h*to:ie idloted nul, thoo^n I
may not
niu-k
at tiie:t calamity, nor'
lau^o wlien tlit'ir tear coinetti, yet stiull 1
hail i' as tlieiiaw i of a poluic.il inillen
iuin."
Mr* Giddiu^ contributed more, perhap-.
Ui.in oiv Ktittr pn^ tu tl|e. PlitladelpUi*
iiomiiiatino
Seii 'oi Will, ot Ooit in speecli ,o a
in ass ineeiim of Hlack RepublieanF, held
in the S ate Maine, in tM.)5, a cording to
the Boat ii Atla.s, -aid
CT
lere w.i-no fre*doai at the Souili for
either white or buck, md he would strive
to pioieci ihefree soil of tlie North from
the same bugli'Tig firs-'. Thee was
now teailv no lTmo i w en thj Xo.lh
and Souin. and bel eved no two na.
tion upon tin e.uih enN-rtaine I feelings
ofm o. tte:- ra icor towards each o'her
tlian these t.vo sec'ion- ol tlie Republic.
The only salvation of the L'nion. there-•
fore. Was to be fouin^ in liventing it en
tirely ti oin all taint of slaver\. There
was no Ui.'oii with tti* 8 -i^h Let us
have a Union, sj iie, or let ig sweep
away 'bis remnant wiiich we call a union
tgo for a Union where all .neii ure equal,
Or for o Union Of all, and I go for
right.*
8e na'or Hale of New Hampshire used
the following lan^oa^e in addre««irig the
^-publican Convention
You ha*e ,ia-etnMed not to *av whether
this Union shall be preserved, but t* ssy
Whether it shall be
am .iot one of that class of m*n who
though am willing, in s certsln atat*
i i V u i i e s e a n a n w
t*®4' 9P* do. i
()eHverod
thrre srems a
correct imprm
that ih iulrf tUf Itepuhlu au (audi
date triumph the days aj tht brtiojt
\ruuld bt. vnmf'ereil.
FUsre are many,
offices fce Mled hy the perioral guverti
men' over the entire Kouth. In tbo!
Mates of tjit.-iirzia, South Cirolina and
AUhaina. (.' i Fretaoni wii, no. a," a
vote: hu will nut have a p«*r v in any on%
of :hese coiuiuoriweaUtis: who will asenrtj
soutn ot the Ohio river, in carrying on
th1' government! .We cptu/'taifi the tirui
est conviction that ?he wheels of govern
ment must htap—the L'mou will be prao^
ticaliy and absolutely dissolvil!
MWMMt •H*«lution of this wiveboldiag
Union, aa i th-- formation sf a Northom
Confeitt-fOcy. I I Whirfi ataveboldvrf i
should stand b*fare the law as Mons^ad
he 'i.-^ied as pird'e-. God and humanity
4eio tt'd ballot h-K in which the slave
hf'ldets shall nevei cast a ballot. la this
what state g" p.par«-.i as the 0«d Bay i ""7" .........3
I. ad v She has already ma le fi
a er dl otfei.ee to help ti. execute a law
nior I w in' to «ee t'.e officers
8
i
man to represent a crowd bent upon kin- I "J
dling tho flame* of civil war. awd dovid t" f*
:ng our glorious I'nion. !5.T,i '».* L1"0"'"
tii* Wits brougnt into collision with
k wte
l"e
1,1
»«»•«•. 1-robabU
Wf
find lu I
I will c,'ii,ini»f in t-xpeiune'd i lomj
-I itir all mtdtter*
l'«Sf I'll.O'l L.O. ail'! slaveiy All! with
mini dovb 'lito the dn'. If the
church i* iisfainst itistinio.i, and to* on the
Mde uf the slove, then I pronounce it as
tha' o! devil.
I «.»y. let i- t-eiise -frikiii^ li.uids with
lhie*e an.i adulterers, and give to the
wit:d th» rallying cry No uojon with
stavt fiolleis. socially or religfonslv, and
ll|l Willi ihetl.iK lt .il-tllilotl."
Jcliii C. Fieinont i- the canilnlate of a
party that believes the Union to he a "civ.
enant with death, an agieement with hell"!
'joe Congress if the United States is about
t« ivij't without passing the bill nf Sena
tor liimglns fn. the setileinent of the Kan
sas iliflicdtiei let the bUine rest where it
belongs. Lfi oh heai no more of Kansas
winders, Kansas .b-, and Mi**ouri mva
S o the -tail, is upon the party he iled
hy l'i' in'Mit. and hi- as"oci«ted enemi»- cif
th# Ot'i' ii let ttn "party of frMyVm"iK
eoiint to God and tlo- n untiy.
(2yThe Secretary if the Treasury,
Hon. James Guthrie, has made a call upon
the Governor* nf States to forwarH to the
Dep.ii tment, the statistics of their respec
tive States.
8^" A national H' r«e Hhow will tawe
place at Mt. Pli-,i.-, i-.t. oti the* 23d, 24th,
:ir»th and ?6th days of September. One
thousand dollars will he distributed in pre-
SPKCIAI NOTICES.
(Tielei thin li'-at a lnuilelnuutM-i -t|ie l»liiilic«-»,
Will h" ms'-rnst al l»n cut* per line each inM-rlion,
or ilftv cent-- i* week.
Ntll'lCH.—Wt- It:«v.- Iwu hall'lviio- lu|t
I 1 ami a till' tvn.-li.|-r .tuilui'', wlnli
ul cheap fti en-Hi. If ni'pllf'l ter -«Si. Can
li a tin- i«itl. lit. Jauie it iiwi k,.tit' r- i
ii HL.il Rilfv I1-. the url lieue.
l.a-tli: KK.NW it K MN"
JUMTEir TO
(»U I I i
!lai _-
mr
ed
.1 t,
like .1
ear- *111
thisi ataenii
-r*ion.
stale
iio.in-
toe only setntor ft..in a I
let .tn.t'ii-t tti i-e a.
ot.on, in alio- ii.
evolnut
-he
or
I'-'Iim-- of a S'lUthetn^. na'or. In liis jmlit'
inent .ei»ii e sl.n.. to leav- i«» mas
te., w a. one such Ul.i-... -de. Ui.it
not'' le.- en veais iia| ii» oiin nt
e.fttentlary Wntild be ait.
nt ao 1 item .t 4 i-li
I.0.4
U'UUiin |.
ninu.:»
Ill BI! BKo HAUKilVV I.M., I JIJIII ill
I nLI.M VN rOW'KIIS & VI. I.KAX Stiove K o.
Lund A|ent».
«», Ail.I.K.N I- Biulilin*, Uta.ii -I
NI('K01.I. ISBBI.L o. i'4» M*in -i
VI.I.EN it i ii Ii II.AN Urr'- llitiMii.fr B.a.lv^t
liikiirancr A|rsria.
II i HUi HAN Mailt aireei.
\aettai ami unathsloa.
til ABxifP 34 Bratljr «ri*t'
i Dry Uotdt.
t'KA ttlToV «tSt»N* I' .r .'il jk. Uia.li si-.
SI'TTON .'v Hill aina
(,id
li
i ,1
an oU4H ti
o» ha* lw»w
.-\erv fiteiul.
:ie counti"j o"
'h'-s: win.
el 'V de i poii
th»
convicted ii.
•i-, co -id
i a* ve. y
an i «t (ii.is
•i wor!
love ..j
I'd Indus
it vtite- r-r
P'-'.iiit-s, a
VI HKIOKMICIMKH... Still, near Brady «l
Watrhen k Jewelry.
ru llul SKI 1.. i Ul,. K..W
I \, i Mll.l.ii\ 8 I.- Clair. Hew.
il Nl 1«'N Kra»ly. alh.\.'20,
Uaaka k Wslltarri.
3I AKU, 'Mh. e|..
1
VRROKR
ti
MOI
I RK
k
tuut
JAMES JOH1IAN Front bet
Tebarre k Cigars
N KL'IIN'KN 2d at aiar Brady
ttui. FRANKKt Brady near Front
Fnrwardlag aad Ceaualsslaa
8HOUP fc BARKALOW.
OlSMlltlM.
THK
Ctipaitaemhip bsrntofore exitting betwMn
the firm of Wiley fc Muiifr, la tblt day dl*.
sovrd t.y uiututl CuDkf'U* Th» bu^int-ii* lifraaffv
will he -ijnJiici'tl bv w Wiley, at tbe oil utaod, n
wbum ali debts du» th« -ill (lrm will patd. and
ail bill, du» from -aid (lrm will b*- paid by ITWl
i-r. mt.BT fc xrwcHni
Davnport. 8-pt IT, 1880—».-pt!8 dlt
1
A
blessing or a scorn
and his*ing among th* nation."
Mr Banks, the present Abolition Know
Exeeitor'i Sties
la tb« matter of tbe application at Oeern 0 Daw,
Administrator of the stiatc of Josrpii Kevaes, 4e
osa«cd, tr, tail certain reel eateia 'nlniHI te tald
mate
,a».
v.o thi
Utb day of lenssrtw,
®nP ^PPfTRMVIU
LK (LlllblULi
MM
frMt) fcuils|. Sept. I*. I HA*
111
Ml ll.« t-wutlfui l_uUI-"lj
ill thai Clltttr* l« H«t C«M.
1
,Vr, the' lit
male ,• iiupos'ihl. t.on. the '.ecii.tiitur
liw^rty .lid to inmitle 'oa*tb 4
ei. o. .i i oil "u te fouride iielween
.ib'dlilfiu-'- iti1.1 »lave|loillel, tietweeli
tho-te who oppress aod tlioe wSo n«op
ji'eTjii» liiio.i is a lie lk»e A'i.er
i .in Uhtfin fi a-iiatn. dii im|«stiira. a
coveiidiil with death, an f2ieemvnt witft
hell, jjid i' ii oiji Susiiies* lo c-*tl for a
lis-aluti«'i»' Let that Union be accursed
iS'lien-H, three million anJ a hall' slaves
i in he :it v-f' to it'ed t"i| by their
ma-ter».
Dilne.,-. -.,
of
August,
by that Ttruiro fif tr.iii«rs. Wm. i Ofnrt^Meus...
t»arri*»fi: I __i"
Tti« ISM* is this I Go.! Almicbtv has **e,-clud"
u
I a:
the claveiiold.
••Hiu Wiiftti
.Jtn
,l"
tWPO 4IMB1I4UUE**
J3*Srf Pm|ruiBr.
Slisniii-s .Vi nriun OtitMiv a^fll i arS't
tote tmn P-rf nu«iii' i'
u.
(smite-m e *t •o»r-
o'tlo.*, X.
Jt
ttniB^ lltractftMs
fT:
I
rt'
f|V lit Balm of a
i- i of Ihe -kilt
lea, uu.I I- al-i
th. te tb »bu
Ake11.1111'li­•
N
.-tl-r
II. »l
•apt!'.)
OL
Ki.-k
Island «IB
t' ri.SII '^d ~l. iiiijNjsiit- L'.i'iaii.- Iluti
%»Kli IIH'DAVKK ...Mniti^l mar '.»•'«
ti
W a vn-u tn:rn Sti »U opiiosiie l^ciain-it. u
KN Al*r«t UKKMON* Ni«. 1 Iir• I!.
li hUllll r.. n ".'.1 111.1 Ki-rt-h
AHA v|.-ii\ jl RAPJ» Sit. .t al«iv-Porrjr
w iNsi.nf. Vidi. u-rimre
«lthia«.
t" M*ll Kl. PKttRY OlV- P"»tUlB.
I l.tiw KX.STrtN s.. 6 l.' tai.-' I ..«
0K4KI. Hi tl.. t»'.t. 3lSi4lh«t.
V v.STEKl. ik C..r3«t a Braily «t.
Dry ii4li aad Ur.c«ri«i.
1A- t'lmrr
H- *t
init 1*1
MMLlM.rEH'V GOOm
^tea^nl-'d n. lli« 'la'll-i aud liiutlrtu -i. l»
vcut«,it ati'l ftii i
tt .••i 'iii^*- a large and ra*hloti*t|*- -..- W- B©li
ne I- tli- fall aud *iiitrr »tyl TriinttiM.^k, Moorn
Int i».-..'- Kinliituderi'- an*1 latien. And varie'^ -f
utlicr -N wlii.li bate |a-tj -tlect*l aiid
boasb' I' Iiriri av ordani wiUi till.- ai..l fttifeion
W:tb ti.aiik- !..rjiai" idiiir-, I eo!: it anew Hie la'
roriaK' wUelt ha» W'tierlo b« n su Ur^el aii'J Ii--is
ar'irdet 1F.OKA S. Trt.KK.
we-it «.!ile of Bra-ly. Ii-tw..n y«..,f')i and Killti
Mr." •. i. ptl»-.tlt» wit
lATEIFBHT All li! YOU
CL»THIi\0
|HB Ft RMSIIIIVI. STOItKt
TAKE NOTICE,
I.VHATih.
it-
t*-*-1 aOd ini.-
itiitt K»nit rn uiMrk«'t« *rttr«l, i«wbi«'h ih**y iU*
vit^ th* &tt« nti^n of ih» jr tiuia toil* •.ustnM^ri »n«t
|h» paMK gfri'-rally. n^Wnary to
mak* ritiofi «tf emit ahd evfrjr article, hni would
n»ert-i ib^t our i(Hk v..m|»ri^«i rvfrvthinK ap
p^rUtrntx to Mi**
t-al*j.
coar«e-«»
-litis
KiIKHaLK.—T*" w Barlift n .»nf.
l-,Ti aiii,3: li Kni|Uirv't
ALLKN k UKtin vKr.
Ceini-r .a J.J iuel U,«-k ln.in si.
li,."-vl"'.rl
MONKV Ml AN. lent: ati* 5h..ri tun--.
Il7tltli Al.U KI.OT &I DHII1S
-I \S rtl.r.AS, Plain *11.1 Kmbi..' li il
i
S5dT
1
s)iawt»: Print* and St.'li^ S1.8wi^..ii
gri.tl iti' I h' *|.. a
(UI ^J JU.lt! i ICV.S USH.
Jc
.r.
u*. I.i nil aia-ii Hnt* Knu'iircaf
I'VI.I.MAV Pi IW KHS.
vain- .' Hit" w. s-i. iid »t.
Ll MBKH i all
»tav"-,fc.
-r. i[j'i..ii. I. »ih. Shii
i -:t e |..w hy
HEN WICK fcSoy.
lb. i.lltit" -I Tli. ti i mi ..Id a nit 'Ii ." uslilv
i'Vio.1 |4iy»iciiiit iuI bt* il. v.H.dlie lit. tli
-.•i.il .|i'. ii h" tt -i." aO'-' i tt^. ir. a. II*' Iirins:^
.. ii )(li i' u.iuui iiil.itioii ir oi tie- ciiii u I
i k»«iii hi Iil. Iat !if»iti".—
Chicago Journal
.l/.ty
Ut ln.li|
K.'f ti 1trt«-tiyt.y T. WPnB. jU
HuMtness illffctory.
liuakin«
k
Cukiwili
K. I' i i iltllt •. c'ur. s. uiid iiii.l ttr it)v
Sli KiU.I^ I'V.IU'ISKM. i Mun,'
ft).IK S.VHliKN'T ot alu fc? }t vtiil
.Vli-Ii liKMilt I.AWRS A. lU VKKVUlUK ... Main *i
!b»- arti''!'* t-- lb«
W*--.
(reatlemeD^ Furaiflhlag (in4§,
l'.,nt.ffiin(( in iari .•?
White and I'am y shirt^
Black and Fam v Mlk Cravnt"
Bla.'k and Faii' silk Scarfs
Hlack and Katu y Kid liluvtm,
V lia .41 hand Aenis Priuttil Su iter HatKli-r
clir targa'lxe, at 16 t.) 2ft e.-uu wurib twic
tbe uiorn-y. [«p 19] JUtT.
Brails si Ijetwi en Pnurth aad Fifth ais., oppntile
l.'liristiiu Cliapi-l.
GfI..MS
PR]NIKU
111iRDItR ANRCBRCIKIIFS
15 .md gn .-nts. wt.rtli
fOCRRV l-LUB,'* "Maw Hwi-,"
S.trv.i.l
II..use
li. VI KfiLSfc. I'O Si, 7 Ul lslr- H.m.
SIJ ATVVMS a I II Near Wi»l Olll'«
Mats Ic l'*|s.
V 3 Ai.M..\ ». I tl Hiaity *1. i.-|ow »l
*rtHKKS I., ('lair- ll.»n
yjmilKK aOEAMPTON S-v..r.» ,ir.-.|
Hardware.
W VV HVRKKK cor rr..tn fc B.a.ty
PnW I l.l. i im,I' '.M-i n,i i Brail
Wholesale Orocars-
BARKI.KY rilti.MP«f»N kni....l'i», 8d fc Ferry.
HALZKLI. t,'t t.ifMfc Perry
WILEY At MI NHtli .'nil, »r Brj'l.v
KXK'K IlRHOCKKH &. llltOWN. ,1., up. »rry
RYAN I'MIN Burrow's %i« k
Drag
gist*.
tlie
•i.w
of 4h :oiler. A. Ittatt.
8r»i|y fc Perry
Ma»lc k Maslcal Isitrsmsis.
JOSKPH A ("RANDAIJ No. L*Clalre Row
•laves k Tlaware.
RYAN At KARI.T, Cor. Front Ji Main Su
TWITCHr,I.I. a 6IU.RTT Brady bet. S htm
.1
The fawa Agriewltwal Bepol.
XOI'Ksk. vrm.k
k
a
P.
O-wrge C. Dev. esecatar of tfcs
Kovsca, deeesM-d. «ho
•TSS
b* tald estate, tad froys
leave te t.-li pjrti.jiot th» real ertate at saMdsss*
ary for the prpetuatlon of th* Union, u ords-S W the eearl that
ii ths -aid ei^utsr firs a*tic« to all p»naBt latarsetad
or ta ni.i s- «t-, k pubunuc a saay al thU iS
thts '.m in tctr.e iHW^ap'rprnlalaodoai
ait ttiMMkiaiiSMill
K.» a^M. «rg»
htVt,
Mjstwtwiwnplk.
UUEH8E imMTIMUU
•tVsr MSS|
AT THK
METROPOLITAN STORE.
«INVIS BafSw
»s
SUTTON &
HAVK,
STIPU III FlICY IIY CIUS
OttiiaMe r«e a* t»r*««at aud •Knwkla| »sasens'
hihiti. i'ril yr.'parrl tn **hilit, arid lo wltkb
Hi- it.ie to cats the *iiaiiii.« uf tbeti cuanen
i s 4i.'! 'I |.nbl" jt' iieraiiy.
Utit t-- "i IIHtMt VMNM w* r-»l tur-- »iii
t. ini,.', .i»rti.|. ul .,n» ever hr .nght Ula west
erin-llj h«ih t" 1.1 and |.rn-lamn the»e
are t- t»' r.-und
beperb Biaua
Rkli Moire Aniit .
K (pint ktriaad aud tOMOHhk
"-il udld Brocades. 4
lf'r]i..i
-eptn
Silk and wwittwi aadersrear
—AKSO—
A :ara lut .it Carpef sod l/ aitier
TravfliDK Bags and tallses.
Pl-a- .all ai.I v.Hiiioe .,ur ~l,~'L. a- «. Ill ink I list
I-aii lhat is iiei es-ary in oin in. any ..im- tltal mir
Riaida are »i-ll g..t ii|. Iu f\ei rei»-ri, ami thai we
se|| tbeni it
Pair Prloi
S DRAKK A OO
wr Brady and Pourthste
THOMAS B. DAVIS)
IVII'ORTKR Ml-
Ut*at%dienf fiin aud Hnea.
i-'6 ,ulli
Water ir""i. t'li.caito, lllmoi-
A•LAKtiE
a-s..i lai i Pur Wine- and l.i«|ti..t
ti-ta'i'ly i n hand iiiider('ii-|..m ll..tis li»ik and
iiis!-ir and will -i.|ij in quanllt|. «to ittit pur
iia». r- l»rd-r- by mini soli.-itid, and pr..at|.ily
lllled at il,i' |.w-'^t c»^i prions, i. tli*. trad- au .p
p'Ttiilnii iii.ffe.ed.f pavili- (he r.t l- Ibrnisrli. i,.
S'-(tl V
ts. wt.rtli tloiiMe that -am
Jul V
Biedy st bi Koi .tii and Kifili
epti»
Rait Road J/tpol Hate Jftll
(v
AV'AN Vl'lilt —w. W..UM «atl
ilie»mi.| ur On- i.ml. min tu
nlii-1. ill'ul ilt ali. |iu..ti
KK1S Primed Bcrib-i Han.lker.'ln. fa, fitperh ar
lii i. for «a|e by JOl'V.
I'"" Frady. ht F»arth and Fifth •t».
Balui of a Thousand Flowers.
nt lb- '.nlii' tr* i• i ..... in I il at
Jill VS.
I'll*' ItiMtl), t.t l-. urili and fifth aii-.
fJVHK it- «i known ariirl fi.r t-bavinir i» tbe Balm
I'lKttiaantl l"lo*T-. jnvt i
•lb.
y. tit. ftV.iin I
JIM V.
and Fifth -I
a waul ate auiilid conipluxiuii' L'-•
Thmisau i Ki..wer», fi.r sal. I.)
-••|ti'.' Brads t.t Fourth andFitth »t
D'
ri,y•
and Flower- will cute all tlii
-ino\eTan, Pimple-, Jfreok
.'.iual'l' a* a tii .th wa-h. i. nd riiiK
alabantM. I'm .:ile b\
JtMV
BrHtly. bt Pt.orih tnd Fifth at-
-apt Ik
issot iiuetti -I prrfnue-s f..r he hand
'l'il Lnbitrsj.tiilv nt- |er i».i
JOUV'R,
Brail, hi Punt tli anil Fillh st *.
NI.VBUcents (e, inittle |»-rfuni"s f,.r th" liumt
liief e,,n«| io i.ulnn's Fur .»!.
.p.Jti Iliad*
jorr
t' Ur'n and Fiftli -ta.
('Verbeiia,
-li. t-qnal i" Lnbi: '-, d'y eenis j*
butt
tor-ale I,. JOCf.
aeptlf Brady, In Ifnurth andFitth -is.
Trostee's
Sale.
lov.a,.leaci'il.
Unuaiy a
I unto Lout*
i rui:. .-t.n
s.titl t.ty,
V* iv U.,o.ii..h H' I'.t.ird
A. VIa. k, a- Tr o-... «.•..,a,u o
»•14 :.t .liii li-
-Wii: Ail i t|... east
fae- tion No tw niv-
e
Hit and
a- :..Ho»-,
Ii e
i 11* the -oulil-eiMIt qiutr.t i
«eveu,, J7) In tiui.-lnp Nil uhty, (n«i) nonb -f
ratine No. flre, {pi .a#t .l liieBuh prlndpai uit-rUti
att Alv Ih' und i ni. dtiplf i.- ihe tvt-t j,„ i
(.f
liiMtn- I tjuai It |., 'ue n'iitb-vyi.s.
i),e
4i
,,f
Uo'1 No tlilrr -lour, (irll in i..hi -Ii,,, No eiKbty.
(W» no'th raate K«-. dv.-
(6)
d, for
the
a e hour
lilt
Tru.tie%
CO cor front fc Island
Leather ai Saddlery Hardware.
AKiHT & SKARS 8nd st bet Brad) fc Perry
Faraltare. Mattresses aad Cphalstery
Mt S'GIL fc BROTHER
WImIrssIs sad Retail
PlaMe. V
alenrienn^s Hat^.. v
All »a»i Oriaiut- i •t .im.
Half ».«! do. *iiierul paiierna, i
Rich atr^ed t'ti.i rtald l.aatre».
tfreiar*'
•taraun'! i aa, ""t
1 raiu D']auie», fcdU.fre. V
Wb»v»- ami. d.wriasMe of
an
Mhtrlinym
•atei
amtii-t tiiiniuiiig
W-t would tu»i'»
ct ni ti.a-a
liiNrtH,
.-laM
„f
tlfll. ptln. ipai
ni lid'*.: ontaitoiip nlt.eit (l«i, re-. *1 -u ihe
M.u'li-. isi quari.-r .f .1.. no, ib-not i|uait I
eat -1011 No tut, L'| in ti irm-blp No. veoiy-nine,
(79) tun ih ,aMk No tlvo, (5) a«»i of an., p'lticipal
ni riillat. ,»ln 1, -.iij touwyauc- e-a- in oic b:
-''it1 'rich tlnl.ba
ilj- pnrr.n* •t. i.-,|1^
pay pi .t i tv
cum
int.
I
pi,i'h.^,jmoi,- (U'l ilr
I,
r..
ixiipt) hv the
Maid
a.d,
il.it .d
n--..rfl:,.h
an eiitliuay of Jautury. A li. ISM,
and oa" ayalde a- r./llow-
said
pay'iihl". and
r-
i WRKI No. IU ly-rialrt Row.
Ofsl'i Firsiihlsi OeMls.
A. 8 ALSTON te CO Brady-t betowM.
i KNAPPfc RKDMOS 9 l..-cl»tr»- Row
Oins |,.r «e,.-i.i-Uv
dollar, piiyar.le in-:\ uioiiili«. ,1 on- fu, il,e-nni
..f
six huntir
and «eveiitr-fl%'« tir-iler- i«vab|e in
ti'-' .v. tiioiahr tri ui iliii.
at
rale
!U ^,,'iiiking
,tf ii i, p, ul
ot two
aiteinoon ol
Ih. .-Hy «f DaV III-.'!.
puhlir
CRAMPTON See.mil «t.eaMof Bradj
Beats Ac Mass.
pay the amount of
o'dia
Sii'l
f*e« I'pon
k in
d.ty, at tlie
t'ourt
HoUai'iloor in
e\j«-e
a-ul
g-r fir
i!. ,«t
.iu- ti"ti. :h puir. 1- ,-I ,i.d ab "-crilied.
or somucl. then ol a- -hall U-iufli.i.-nt t" .ati-rv and
a:d
not. With the
on to
HHOWN Brady bet. 2.1
k
Sd
the
Int r-st |V."
day .r -ale.
together with all th".--
evi- lis.
ait.
-t*
an
I
ading said »«|., iit «t
tins
i,..|jc.-
till-
foinpl
il«.l
iloB
»ill giv ti
,f Mch tale a
in
a",
ordane with the
ot»aidlii"d oi TiB»ti-.ai»ejuig a
tle to
the tract of land told
sU(,ulati.,n
lull and perfect'i-
tu tbi
piircha^r.
Dated the IHih day of Septemlter, A. I) 1866.
I-«t)lS A MACK LOT,
septltl-dt*
Trustee.
Trnfllee's
Salts
W18tS
HEKKaS on ihe ur»t dayoi Ue eim,i-r, A D.
John Hese executed unto Uiih C. R.
Mitchell ai Truatne, a certain d-ed of Trust. iotne\
ing loaaidT. u-tee the laud in gout eountv, Iowa,
ecrih'Hl a- follows, to wit: l.oi No. ."Ten (J) tu biot k
A 10 Ihe old .own (now the city) i,f |.- Claire, which
said oonveyaine wae mad. by the -aid John ll -s f.,r
Ikepurp.,*e of se. uriDHth" payment of one ptoul«
•ary note and the intetest tbereuu, tigued by asld
John Hete, and dated Ihe tr»t day of December, A
D. MSB. for lha «um of nlnely-m-.n ,liai •, due In
alnety day from date, at the banking H141 uf jfacfc*
lot fc Corbia. la Baveafort. Aad
nam tmlt
by
aote hav­
ing bacotoe due *ud payable, and ih taid John He*
haTlrig fail to pay the tame, 1 Mb itC. R. MMcIf
Sli, Trmtee a- afore«ald, do hereby giT" tbU publi,
notice, thai
Wrtue of tne power which la in me
Tinted by aid deed
of Truei, 1 will, ou Tuesday
the
fourleetitb day ot October, A. D. lfifid at the bour of
two o'clock ,n the afi. rnoon of aaid day, at the
C'oert
Housed,tor• in the clt of Dn np .it,"Xpoee and of
f»r for tale at public auction the parr.
1 uf laud above
deeerlb.-d. or «o much therairse ehall be u
Act
ant to
satisfy aad pay th- amount of tald note, with the In-:
terest thereon to the day ..f 'ale, together with all
the ooett aad eaaeaaes attending aald sale, eoets of
this notice tod Troitee'ii feei Cpon the Cotanlstkn
ef each sals s dead will be given in sccordanes with
the ttlpuiatioa of said deed of Truat cooveyiag a fall
aad perftct title te the traet
of
laad sold te the pnr
*Sr,r*"b'"lBai«?W.'4ifci1SL
•eptVdU Trasise.
A^i^rRAVIi.—Ve Wwttid sail atientkia ef the
W
paMU agelpst strsU&r praetlssd
ihtos
peeling in ths art
la
la sf fir foiiiv*
sstsfcrawd llaaush Mtters. Itaee these
ur, athsfekiWlMS
TSR'
•liters have feeeoRM ee
iwSia-r
'i&ranai

Shirting*,
Flaiu «ud fan'} Iiiali i.itK'wi,
Bl auhed aad br.m n UM* USSIt v«
t',-»-l. and .l.'Jie- n.iiiig. 1
i ,.iub:, Jat-.n-l. 1ttii**ti4b^i%
Mu lino, .uani e.'oon,.
•1' l*r»»,
o:
and \r
It'-nDft ftliM'
at tf OH
•wBt BUfllifl*
I'lulh ralaia-,
BriWiia Jlatitle,
Br«eh«- hqtlai-,
Slack silk. Stella,
and woo!
Blanket
i•living the la
.- nf R. *.ty Made
rtsOTUiJM
Mftmrlif
Prlln- »t •••il pri.es, fr.ui '0 I'tii- Spl'BilId
•tyle-, and last c.»l'.r- at fUtn.
Our teriu" are
Positively iatili,
aad win aat.taM-'» will ilnd cm pri--. extusafil ton
N. An unpt' i.s(1jn 'mvuig notif »bn.*d itiai
a"- hh.ii i.i leave !aveniK»il. W-' w ltl h'ri- I', i
lliat w lia*e in. vu. ii intention. W e I ru»l our'mli.m
er- will and itt. ii I,and r.ir years lo ct.uie, and vej
ready in supply tlieli wauu iu ihe Diy (iuwda rim-.
Sl'TTDN"
k
tween Sc..tt and Ripley.
CO..
corner Uu' k Island and fi-, .nd St r-ets
DAVE.MPORT IOWA.
DhT I. Mc€0RTNKT
Ouf
fVKRS his pr-ff-l. tiai afrrio-" t» th» rlltren.
laveni» rl and vi. imljr.
llfllcr in Wiley k Mtinmr'* new '.uiiding, *...(n--r
of Knuitli ainl Bi.i.iy stre*-t!i.
Uataa in ilie I. liayenpori, jarnea W. Can
nan. aeftll
SALOON
BV
WI1KRK
guod Beer and and refrenhmeata ran la
had a* all time
nd at reel, be
jept!5-Uf
SIGN OF THK
BIG TEA KETTLE.
O V
*\u
HOUSE FURNISHING 80008,
Wkoleuale ana Retail,
'Ilk. -ui
-have oa hand a iarg ass.,, tmetii
the Iat s,
U|1(]
most appu w pan. rut uf Par-
I i,.r a»d l'..ok S!o\es tine tlie pnrluera haying
bad a. number "t yean eit« ii-ii' io ihe manufae
i ture .if Sloe--,, w ar c. nild nt we are now Aering
a betfci aelecte-1 Hi».k er Sl.itf% than liaaever
jwptIS
SOW 0PKN FOR INSPECTION,
Til* LATEST STVLKS
OK
r*IA HIM'KK iiOODS,
A I IIIb
FANCY DRY GOOD STORK
or
•EO. B. WEAVER &C0.
DRESS GOODS
or KVKKY IES UI1»110N,
Kankrte,
hon*e
tie -.-lid
afor--aid, do lo r. |.y *,»•• Ihit pt.i.m
v i u
will
ttavlii,
Huh.
i-i'
Mi kl. tA I'orhiti. in Da\enpoti, with uneie-t at
th'
|er
uiu im
alter
lue
And
Trsi mentioned tiolebawr.gl eeoiue
due anit
t.oo. rich
eil
Huhhard
to pn tli
having ra'l-
-.aui.. I I^iij* V Rat'klol Trtnte- «4
liiat hy
"f tbe power ahicb i» in ine T»tei| tijr s»„|
i "t Trtiai. I
un Tu-'-ilay. ibe fnurteetnh
K DC II
I
IILII.
ms*
i
A u i o n e e
A SB
COMMISSION MIRCHAHT.
Ho Sd Brady otraos. aaa* FeaS Mko.
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Ahul'i
Cik
aiuiiatb pa.t |. -l.i.k r-vi*ed a lad*
and ei^g»i,t st M-k
I CTIkN HALK..| Real Kataie »t.«k.
Ktirtiituri-. Ck.thing. l»ry Ui»d», Uri« »rl*».
•ardwata, aad ataimwiy, aad Jieri hsiidlM
iptneraltr, ne r^a-mnble t.
»nn.
Saie^ will be bad at Hi- Att^uti Svuia| or at the
dwllitei*. »iAr»t, fc. il,. flv-r*.
Mtl.NKV Al'OuMMOUATIOS.
Ca»b adT*n.-e» made ..n i.iti^ianni'Kta atiuatly In
•tor«-and i.il»- old .r reuin^t fur a limited i«ond,
and aai*- t-flVci-dat I'Ul'iir -,i prleat' sale.
Regular «alea i.f Merrhaiidite every enuim, and
dsg sales at pera*ieea»ai.aart aecoaat uf sstns i*a
Vred tirmiipily
J_fCl N4l}MIIVKTa SOtJt'ITBB.«fl
.liilyOStf
NEW STORE, NEW 8Q00SI
befir*-
been OO' r. 111 tills rity
Our «10' k of ll.juae Kurniahlng Goodj ii.mpuaej
alm .'-l every artioli- that can be thought ..f iu ihelii-t
fur of honvi .k. rs' wan Pure silver putfl, Brtt-
I tania, Pianieht,I, Japanned. Knainvled and polifhi-d
lr..n Fieu.-h linmd and bright Tin Wates Bruahes.
I Br.H.tn. and IVaib- i l»u,ter'. Tea Traye, Chlne«e
lif.n^k, lland and Tea Hells. Sad Irons,Tailor, tr.ma,
Bed (t..r.l- C'l .l.tn l.iri' -. Pain Tube, Wa-hi ards,
l'bi.upln« an.! Knites. |jmi,rns. Toilet Ware,
I Wir- War' .1 all kiiida,Hand Ii .i.s, S'ir.vrti. and
Touxe. wihow w.ir- .Silv.-i plat. I and Brltanla f.anie
Caatt.rs. i-ul i e-s«d Gla»a l.otiles, tatle and diK.t
Mat*, l\..n, H..rn. Bone. 0,e..a and Ko-.tiy bandl'
Cutlery, waffle Ir. ti'. i.pnght gridiront- !l.., r. da^i.
•t"Ve and art.-1 Binil.es. !..ge|lier »iili vry mane
•ii.,re at tide- to., num. rutin t.. ni'iitlon. Ail of which
th(- pebti.- hi. i Ph!"-iTtfully invtied t"eall and exam*
im-. bi.tb liiKKla and priee*.
•SMITH fc RfcMIXKTON
Uetiiaint Block, Srneil atreet,4 door* ,-a-t of Perry
•treet.
Qcedt delivered iret-. rai-n* in au pa.i u' th«
Jast Arrived
he t-liiwas ef
iti.lsite-l wntiid inhtrs
Iia eni- i ai-i \|..iiiu i!,»i
»!', I..hi *«•..'! rillflil .f '. lit-
«\ri h, '. til to tbi« Uia.t I, CfUSUtlnR t'f
Fanew &**¥ Moodm*
Trimiii.tigo.
KtKMHUINC MHIIM.
Small Warn, »^-rfunier, fc .. fc.-. alio! ahMl h«
:eedi ti. s. at |Ca»l.m price*.
Unlck Ret un.- an-t Small Pr./flt
JOOKPH JOt'T,
(aus tttfl Bra.1t »tr.ei n«tweenana Mh
8p«rtHN)M
OIT will find the Ixrsf bmada «f
IMe^nnd Oratn (Inn Priwrt.-rs
Sli. -,aU iu.--
Wa ••.rGmiOsMI
at IMI.7.ELL1 CO.,
[anCNtt1) »d*P«rr»t
JBFTBIBa SELL S
U£0Ma
I. a. EVANS.
Bnst.in
300
-pi I*
to* §m*-v'
eWciln Street, belott AcmnA
D*vf»|»#rt,8ep(. la, lua.
Septl«-dAi
an
1
IMMBK8E ATTRACTIOK AT TU
Great Carpet Hall,
BEECHER, HOLUSTER A WILKINS,
tlftaad 1ST Lsskrai.* ap Walrs,
I A O
ftsooTooo
V0RTR or
CARFRTIX08.
otr. cumn.
CfRTAUI MOM,
mronro, fcc, rc.
TIC ONLT ROUSE INCIKiOO
Rssiuslve tn the
A E O
At Our cttautvi Ifti* liogy bi%, IummI as at«
ttrtm+Dt of QoMa la oor Itoa «e ts
^aallty aai Style, all »tacrt la tte
CltyCMMaH.
are constantly selling se crowds of MCTRRS
tbe most elegant goods sear hronght te the Wealern
Market, at
Than U is possible far aay other he
ass tn Rflhrd.—
Varsuna deeiriac aay article ^ur iim of hasiasaa
are r»s4iie«ied to
CALL AXD Ul
Our almost endless eansty es Reeds, tstg Mr ifcs
1 I i
•ra uu Airs &n»i>AT *^1 am
'^J.ttMf.Mrssti
acMr.if «eijr»
Corner .f Krunl antt Br».|v -tr »i
IR.'ll.L ke."!'till liatid .iuritin ill- »»a«.i. au kind
If ,)f Fruits aud eatablt* utevt ry k.iet.
Fresh |/mona. Orangea, Raiaiiia. Knt» l^-b
ad St-cars. fct-.fcr, ...i.sLaiitiy ..n baud. ItnajSl
WHOLESALE UROCERS,
COMMI88ION I FORW.IRDIBK}
Merchants*
a
ift
if
totntral fgen lit,
i tlRNK.K FKKRY AMI SKCO.NI BTH
XlAveaport,
fH'ptl —(Ga^- Uc copy)
Crua Pawner! ttaa Piffier!
THKBoiea
uiiileraigned IteliiK airenli fur IjMIIii, Smith
fc linn P.iwdt-r. and liavlt.K a Mafaiine
near tho city will hate I'unaianlly i.n hand, and aell
at lowest price, allgradt tnr l'.wi|t
KVAN'S, CIIKW i n..
Cur Perry and Second utreet*.
eeptl-ii—(Oazette copy)
Valley V\ty
Sc«tt iouCy.
ARK
constantly niaiiutaclnrin* tlie bnt gradei of
Flour, which they will »f at I'.weat market |wl
n-« through their aRetua.
EV ANS, CIIKW a CO.
C.r Perry and Semnd •treei*.
srptl-it—(Oa/.e(lecupy)
EVANS, MEW
k Co.,
WHOE.KMM.B: GtUM'ERH.
i II AVl ii l,an.|, ii. »iu o. ,..n»iaiiii ie..-,nn« a
XT ".ppi^ ..f K" -I, Orooerl
RICK—Sviiew
Teas.
Rice.
Dried Fruit.
tltk-eo
Otaas
Rata.
Ptew-rv
t*and|r
Nat «l .re-
3'itfnr-. Coffees
M' 'lass. IVibaiist
Wioden WafCa Cigar*,.
.Vails, n«h.
Bui.iklng loba.'txt, Stiai".
l'he.»e, Viin L-h
S e a i a a
Wrapping paper,PP-kl*-,
Rip-!. irdai'
IndiK lll-, tL-
Urgr Nilm aN taall frolli.
KVANd, CHKW CO.,
or. Perry auilSeronit sir»-, te
t*ltd (Oaai tte cop»
Suymr. Huymr.
A/1 Hi.d-I holre antl prim V ir iMlean- Uadia
*J\t
and for s»|.
\,j
1
i:\ANS I HICW A CO.,
•"pits riier und aud IVrry ats.
jrmu*, .mu«.
r|Alltt°-'Ma»v.n..i
-I/'S W IMS-line Va
,1/UUHalUfi
aav.ri.
.1 s
I f«.r •at* by
KVANS, CHKW CO..
cur Strt .id and Pertv it-
eeptls
teptl* eor Bt ond and Perry sia.
SOAP
vjaztrHr.
OlOAKH
Sti|.*4il
Scari^
Triaali|%
fkalttt,
day
•AlliHT, SEARS 4 BECKETTT.
fLeatker *Wanufaetarer»i
a N ii
Hfll^AU LH.aI.M'.t 1\
E A
or tu. rim-
RiWlrs,
Mtt ivm
fct:: -...
osaaaaa a* uw, vatuaiw^i
ALLKNIk,
l)e..l
•HI
VSID »:AN 1)1,K.— A larit' .1-1:ili"i,r I^all
JKdni for sale by KV ASs i'HKW a CO.
2rad. it for sal. by
ptlk 1 •mi St ft•
nd and Perry U
^tofricti-
•«»pii-i
Keinoval!
iiAARBES Halr-DrmiBf4 Skivlif
S A Is O O N
I I.I. he #i'i. il i.-.iai ... 1,liitii Rotii•
under tne L- iair- Houd where tie will etr,
bafonnd In readln- s- to «•-rve aie nuaMmiie wloM
am in.h. ni"-1 approved maiiiir.
w
Cmo.
In tli Oak and lli-trilor k,
filar Leather.
t'reticb Aim rlca and Pa.etit Calf gklria,
Ripe and I ppe- leather
af every qaality.
Unlaga. Roanv. Herri.ov... Rlndiuga Psl*at aad
Plain Skirting, Haab and Kuani' lled leather. Laats,
riadtng-. fc,-. a
Saddlery Hardwei' Japai-netl Rra— and Silver
Ptateil. from tbe beet uiaMUai lor. .- Melf-a4)uat
Ins Oi*, and Pad Ve» Roller. HoiRboe, and
Spilna Tot.gu.'d Bt.ckle^ and in tbott every article
the harri. tnak-r. or Saddler rati wl .h
Carriase and Oroeer- Hi.w lop Prop*. Stamp
Jolt,it Cinch I^ce. Bantu. Rnameiletl fce
Wasot, Hnba. Hp.,ken. Ment rello-a, Carriage Hbaf
Carriase a.It- Watcon Spring» and Axle- Ho.'t«
OoUara, Hor«' Rianliit-. Fly Nets, Hd father. Mae
chine •tretched and Huhher Rrltlns IS* It Riret-fcort
Ve luvlte intention
of
EXCHAKOR
DliOUK,
HEAL ESTATE MMEM.
iad fieMral Laad AfMtj.
or riot NO. ORR*B BUI
lis.
HHIJI B»lol rS Hyrup and flanlalkai Mo
laeees for
kvans, ennr
cor S-- oiid led perry st*.
aia! ftobii- for ~*ie b\
KV ANS, CHtCW «».,
MmMUerm Mmrdtmre,
Comch TrimmUnat, Slute
Ftndingu, Hide* ttv.
W' ha»e netVuu hand on*- ol helargevt a
ail best
sele. led a«nortnient of i
Leather If Nmddtery Uturdwmrt»
every ..Rered in 11« Weal. I uuprielng' la part of
B|. and Harneea l^aibtr.
LOINS, DtfOIMrt
liu|'. ,i and Uniaproeert cny aad Ceaalry Ft.,
perty, buiishl aixl antd .« ITumalaaioei OoftrMMi
laatMfc tarrfullv selected} IjumI Warrant* KxatM u
uiderur .« •haree Taae paid ft.r t^n-t^.td-ni.
llYMWi UMI (t»|uitoitHt
Attoraey at La*. CullecUona made and proceed.
Broadly rseaHlsd. Oeareyaaclai carefttU.
1 III Mil ALH,
I V vtf till
V hNISHKM.
ill a NINO fl.l l|t.l,
WIN ROW Ol. ASM
I.HIM KHh HRI 't*
Crrfiwir! frrAnrr) Hl.l\k-K00k
tlSsTAhlU on band the -u-k Per
ry. oiogi e., |t w Prtit
atle-. R. 'sltirtt.:'.--, I» fc I.KVIIHKH -otierl.tr
purr basrre. fe line aaUeA*
weeen sstlafy ali.ln regard t/i^aalliy and prH*.
V. Caab paid r,.r Hide.
•AIOBT, SRARR fc BRCRRTT.
st, SI lour above Parry ss.
Oeeenpert InSM.
BANKING.
TALLXAX, V0VEBS 4 IlkUiK,
Aad Dealers la Eickaage,
D«v*aporti low*.
nil tfeeariaclaai Cltu» at ths Cal­
led Rtataa, ttnat Rrtiala, Irelaad, ssd aati
nental Ruroae bonght aad sold
Jfotee aad drafts oolleewd, aad raeeeds i«ailtted
to any pan
at
the rauad BSaiea, al lewess rates aI
Rachaaga
CoUeetioae of neaea, draft*, aoeocntt lseaci'-a aad
IRherttaaees asd' la all parta of ths Taitsd Btatas,
Oaaadaa aad Barone
Stacks aad Rends haagRt aad nR or st«RisstaR,
rr4 dlTidiads eaiieetsd
Laad warraau haaght, said aad laaasad.
ai
leaded to. oetlt
IW
HmU.
Valuable Building lit. |j, Httuth-vaM'Si
I*. Itiirrown' ifvidenee
i, tie Biult, i.tiH-i .f Bigbth aad Ralai
-un-- en..),«t!ted River View
r»t. i..,t
0
T« a In
I~an
S
m. a. Hitr,
New Orleaae.
£»vi^i, rv£M* a ca,
(8in'i'i-ii»mr!i
u» M. T)Mii)|'miii tV
O a i a w a a k
Biath. HraM
A edit row, ,.o Mil
Buad a«d TOtrd
Twenty {. ei triad Main byOS Met k-a
OpP"«lt- I* Clair- ll'.tise
I 4 HWt SO rner rifth ttitir,rien»ir
we-tlialr l^m R|.,kU u'l Tturd SUM!
Al^MI a ».-ial I aim-. *i„| uiinnir»t.d laad* li.
ti'1
f'V
t- I- iIM?
wn
l»av*n|»i.:i.
'j'11" vi.i.kn a inxji.a.N
moMA* R1»T»S1 l»W NI
sh
A Coll..
*nthen
aJKI.AH i
Dltif ..it,
«J mill, -un of
P»aiin atvl Hymn Taae.,
1''*»Ch*iti*i
&•*« iditti.
'aM.-.
fritai..-, eb.aM
puik A itiIiIles Hy .ti..ma- lis,in,j.v^
tepei d.Sfi.. |.tj ,inu:. 1.
fi.r ••lainitiiti. n (.. ain addr.-yj. ,.n r^.-lpt nf 7tci
«k
kn i»i' datd u
l*"h' 0,',"
I-b-i. appear n t|,l, k, »„,)
h* he .. it e..||.
Sititn. i -miln.r,
11 e..||. u.rf, ,.f m,i.|c «v,r prepare by |bl.
A 4,1—Tin. Halitaih Rell. by 0«t. R,««. ,lut
^H| 75
n rtVikii a in.
f¥r
Hmieor Lemur,
i.r i„ s,„,
thai may tealre I,, |.-,M. ,„r, ,.for
tlie rWluw nt pr porty »n Uh .-iiy ot Ua^e^B..,/
(Vi.)
vi.
|.. Mo.* !.!-«& f« i ft.tni ,„f a,| .T1* *V
'2! '»W ^Armt.
*1 .1
tn H—ih*4r tli Market ffuunr.
Wfr-et fii.niint! r.ti ireat»ru avaaije.
xti n.tliiK ISO fi-et bat'k wtlh an all.
ai ti side of Ibe lot.
Ill M«n k IN Ml ft»t fronting .in su .trw„
Bosll St.
IS6
ta%i. k ja.~wo
3\MI
iikl
td at.
t41«i.i
la Meeft *t -isn
I mi
In Meek si —ten
rrlwm .(
pley
•in
Wairea »t.
•ih -I
Rn.it m.
Western
•lb al
Tth
Rii.wn i,t
1th al.
eill ttl reel ettew.
I An
nli|.«'kM—SMI
I tin
mo
a Meek sh iso
ieo i
block «6 t,
Per dins ai k I6u
tkifzarCtee art.. ni.iai. uquire
aw, i.r of
[lain.)
tt Cuil.in fc lK,w
JAMRSMAT
Tmlw'ii Sale,
W18ft4
•U of Jantiaty, A. P.
mil
IIKKKAS, on ti e 7lti
llelnrirh Ht.idf
olfilli,
ll.T'.thea
Hiade. bia
Wife vecul.tl iit.t.. John I. |»il|„n at trualie, an,
tail! li. .'I of trial, i-oti\eyiuK I.. «i.i,| llillt.ii, ai trua
tee II.• following Iran of land, mtitaled In n,.0ii
i ount, Iowa, to «it: Tht wtt hair ..t the |)urt^
*i.t t|iiarler .,f s*-i„.,, in.ni,.!,,,,
l0
I'Wnship N'o wirrilv tiiin,(7V not lb of range N..
tliie.- (Si ea«t of l-'ifih Ptlnripai Mitmiaii, »(licit
"aid yam was mad. t.y i«nl H-'inn. Blade
and Dorothea l.ie wile, for the pui|«e of ew tiring t..
Nicholas |'tjeitai tht payni-td of the turn of tbie*
hilti'lretl a nil I wenty-llvr tlollarn. (^346) for which
sum aaid lleinrleh Sladt-dld on the 7th dav o Jan
uaiy aforeiald, i iei ul- til- pr..mls..u, te to ,.ij
Fi j' ryary, payahle.in ,.ne *at afiet thi date Iher'uf,
with interest at l- n per rent. p. annum, payable
I. ml-annua!l And now the aaid n..ie having b
i II.me due still payable, amllbe smi] lleioileh Blade
liav.t.k failiil to pay the -an.' |, J„hn F. Dillwli.
Tru-iee at atoretald, do hereby gt\e nnllir. that b'
tirlue of the piiw.'i Whlfh K In the aaid deed of Irul
c.ntametl, I will, oil Monday, tlie aimi, day ,,r |ictw.
tier, 4 |i tU6€ al 8 o'clmk iti the afternoon of aaiil
da» *1 ih*'I "Hit II,.Ur door, tbe ritvof Davao
t«,M e*i» st and ff i for aali |.. Ihi tngb'.l blddei
for .-a«l', li* pareti
uf
lamt l»i .• .l-st rlbrd, or au
in.Kli th. teof aa -hall le ni. tK.ary io tatiefy the
am. urn tli»n due np.,n ,aid non witli co|it and »s
p*'rises of making said *a|e, and of this iioln*.
la• till- loth day aeptenibi A 0 lHAft,
stilU-ld JOHM
V.
D1LUIM. Traeso*.
TO
Oru^M^ A faaatrylerehaaliie
J.
H.<p></p>WHOLESALE
IIEED & Co.,
DRUGGISTS.
144 & 146 LAKE STREET.
I A O a a a
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UK lilt INK.1
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PAINTS ANU I IHtlM
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Java and ha ror aae Bv
KVAN8,CIIKW ul'il
s. ,.|,|| aud penyjlt
f.ui
KNT1*. fcc fc.'-
•..|i.ili (one nf out grin
.'Igallon St *-..!!,) I hereby
l,W"M pos«|ile Prit' a
uniform yi*od quality.
•in xanjiuali' fur ,si«i«'k ami Prlrf# i« lovif*4
witli ihf iinrfvri Io hiii ability u
alHt-i tuaitufa« tnr*- |flav«*
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A I Burl-
HAi'ML -j Vinai «ehi,. Oap H»|».r,. KiNNiKe*iiiletterPapera
liaei 1 ,11, Nl.tr
leMP i.adie^', Hatb, while aiitl colored Papere,
SiXI,Inhi Ko velopes of every variety, white and colored,
and ot alt «tyle,. for commerrlal, oflelal or fancy
All", v lilting and fancy Certlauf all style* Prlalers'
Cards, and Card B"ardi.
Colored Prmling Pafx-rt Ifaary aiel colored Papera,
fer branae and other printing VUrtil*Papere.
PRINTERS' INK8,
Hewn, Roia and Oolorad Ink*
KN(ilNKKh
Braagkliag laNinmaati,
Drawing Papere, Iracing, Progii ami I roaa-Rection
Paper
StutUmern ai
lf1b#fr«M»##,
at i^iw raican.
Oolil and Steel Pene Wafem Waa: Ifnrrtirnaa
f'etn-llt Writing luks of all colors Portfnlloe WrlT
*"ie Deake.
Banker» and Ogle* Men
are lasMed to eaaaalne oar slock of
Office Stationary,
«klch Is more complete than In any store
la the West
We aasrractrss
Blank-B—k*.
In a atyle anaurpataed In aay
ally either Reel or Rfeal,
ell, very atyle with or wllhuut printed ht-adlnc—for
Railroad-, laii"' (M|.a-. Ranker-, fci fcc. aade t,, or
der
Check*. Rlanba. U« Blank-, fcrfer rural
abed
to order
SB My -Ink la r»aoV»d U, RoI 4 l.akk -Ir-I,
for a fem day-,
J'-I^tr A n RCRLRT
R. I..
HCLU jam rHuMPROM
NULL 4 THOMPSON,
NIVIIMifi AN» MNMIMWI
Merchanti,
FWar ni hifew lrahw
aim
MOW\m
AOWtt
A hnass aad Iat
and Rltth streets.
I
Ipiia VRlMHWpt
rirrr.
f'-r M' rshaMe* Oa^Meh, Calaa Rgyreaa
O'tatpauy. aad for the tai* »f Ceei, Ceaeat, la
a,
and John leer. '-i-eiebratedpioaghs sepi$-dtf
RIRK CR1KCE,
fstsskle riapertf ISr llaRi,
Aposite
two Mary heese with lei, oa fearth etreel, egi
the paeeeager DeRat
A houas and lot on Third street
Le Clelre •traet
ftaiaae treat betweea Fifth
lot Vlth twe honest oa teeoad ttrset, beievWar
ran street.
A house aad let aorasrefttalaae aad Third
su.
One let aa Rseaad g|sas«. eRassRe (hmCs MRl.
•ae Wt ea Mala Hn*t, satwewi giM
One let aa
•ae k
tiflhtb
Ad the above
Saaaireaf
P|Q|
a i o e i v s a
•y mni nmm
asiaaoa. MUMMi
ittAwill Ki^BP
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