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STATE DEMOCRAT.
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ClTlf Or DAVKMPUHT.
TwMlar Mwalai Octwh «*r 14
FOK PRESIDENT,
JAMES BUCHAMAN,
OP PE\N8YLV AN'IA*
t'OH tICK I'KfcSlDK NT.
JOHN €. BRECKINRIDGE,
O K K N i K V
tHmmrrmtir
•rraM«Nlial Clri Ion.
C. BALLMid JAMKri GBANT, .V« nU*iol.
D. O FINCH, t'"i A I' I'AIMI.Il.
(iKXEB.IL. MASS mi:KTI\(.S.
•BIJID RAM.I K» or THE DEMO! BAH
WILL'li.wheld
h* »1 ill' tim*« ai"t l'»i de»irn«t.
Ad'tfK** will be !i»er«l t«y ll-n
J. (J H»u.. one of th- male t£nctor«, and nib
iiailnff-'lstie't *t*''r'
At COLU dBl'S Cltf, Oclobrr 4ih
M'HC«IINt! t'h.
OtVTHKVll.Lt, (Apr»»noo»e C" i Oct llth
*, Dec t«ih
Sl Mit RNkT O 18th
IOWA rirr, Oct
other Ilngaof a •ImiUr ch*-* t'r will tc ap.
niwl to lak t.ac- at Int. t* mnu BI' --and |ilac
argent 1 refrmairiri that our U'iucratl'
frlM'l* appoint Ot'ier einn ar tne Ungi In ryiy euim
tf la lbs State A- th y value their llw and prop
erty Ihry ahould aitly tn Ilia n«-pi tuatlMi uf ou
Btortoaa gT ramant aad uwtuutiona
•KiTiai* ib'voitiM
The London Times boasts of its im
mense circulation, its editorial ability
and its vast machinery for obtaining
accurate news items from all parts ot
the world, and yet the condiK'tor!, o.
that paper, aristocratic a» they are in
their support of monarchy, show the
grossest ignorance whenever they un
dertake to comincnt upon the -liti- ai
or social condition of the United States.
It may be lgnoranee, and it may be
that worse spirit of envious detraction
government, which as nti ample is
dangerous to the costly and oppressive
Royalty which alone prevents Lilian.
from obtaining a liiglit id' nation .1
greatness nexer attained by any utlier i
people. There is also a remarkable in
•tiuctofthc British haters of Aineri.
AD Democracy, in detecting and en"
couraging tho-c inlluencis at work in
our midst tending to a destrnrtion ot
our national I nion. Th* v are keen to
scent aud to abet e\ery projeet eali-u
lated to prove a wedge to split the
Union into fragment-. They th«idore
seize ti|«in the ,-y-tetn of .Southern sla
very, as the IcvtT which, by the aid ol
Northern Abolitioni-ts, they hop. will
prove the rock upon which tin llt-pnb
lie is to be wrecked. Thev trixi tin ir
uiouey, their new-paper intlut n« e and
their diplomatic intrigue, to the aid ol
any party in our midst likely to hasten
the catastrophe which they -o much
desire to witness. Thus we see the
press and tin peerage electioneering
for Fremont, simply because tli set
tliat with his success will a|MI arrive
the crisis of our national ruin. Thi-
is the consummation devoutly wished
by them, "for the spread of lennc.
racy in America is dangerous to tin-
existence of monarchy in Kuropo,'"
•ays the London Times. 1'his is in
disputably true, and we cannot per­
ceive how consistently with the exist
ence of true patriotism any partv in
America can be found to do that whiih
wii simultaneously rejoice the monar­
chists, and cruelly crush the hopes ol
democrats on the continent of Kurope.
To show the spirit of the English
press, wc quote the following fVoiu
tbe London Times of the 3r.
1 Sep
(ember
The United Sts'e* Government is ruling
thnigi witli s nigh hand in K ms s. A des
pa cu from Mr. Mncy enables the new
Uovernor, Colonel (i-arv. to enroll md oi«
Kanize the tudlti-l of Ihe Territory, to form
sn addition to the fedei.il troops al.e-niy
out and a letter ftmn Mr J. If.-i-on l)avi-,
the becretary of War, author thesovei
nors of Kentucky and Illinois, to avM til.
Governor ot Kjn*a- wi.h an auxilia: y lo-ee
•f two regiments of fi-ot inili ta. The e
Slate parly in Kansa« aiedt-crilied in thi-se
document" as rebels and insurgents open
arms against the coi stitution 1 governmtnt.
•lid the military romin-ii.di rs are oulneC
to use all disposable force to Mi|-pre-s all
oomhinatimi* to resist the l.iusoftlie I'ni
ted States," and *'suppirss itisnriecMon.''
In addition to the governors of Kentu.-kt
"~^Ve thonld like to see the docu-
••Bti in which the Administratioii
describe the Free State party of Kan
•aa as "rebels and insurgents." We
defy the Times, or any of its Abolition
disunion eo-adjntors in this country to
abow a line emanating from the Pros
ident or bis cabinct, which makes anv
distinction in describing the insurgents
in Kansas. On the other hand, it is
familiarly known that all combinations,
whether pro-slavery or Abolitionist,
which disturb the peace of Kansas, are
equally denounced by the Administra
tion, and equally dealt with by the of-
ficers of the Territory. It is pitiable
to behold with what avidity the Fre­
mont newspapers catch up and re-pub
liah the vile slanders emanating from
the Aristocratic press, of England.
Nslsa ta P*aa*rlvaala.
*H»ere is a perfect ftision of all the
odds and ends in Pennsylvania,
against the Democratic Stale ticket, it
bang nominated Iwfoie the Presiden
tial candidates were in the field If the
E4it*riU l*rf«M"rac*'
Ciiic.uro, i 11.
t.lHAHK* IHtTITt'TB I'AlH.
Tfeii»« who vi-tt Chicago only o- r.i«iori*l• i
iy ar»* »«lnni»hrl at lh- utricles *h*
x'lakiDf in tlia pah of (irogrrst. Hnr.
where a few year* ago atno'l tiut a few rab
in* of hardy |iinneer» and Indian trader*,
we now behold one of the frnl««l inland
commercial emporium* in tin UnitfdSlate.i
lad by acores of railroad* le.icliii.g north
ward, westward and Southward at all sue.
'ei, whic'i pour into tin1 ir.»uliat»le maw of
thia e' at *p irultiiral depot, th ruH^cted
wealth of four magmfto-iit Sulci, to b«
ili*.' ubiit.-d thenr* to ill pui'iuiii, of the
habit.ible globe. It has bei---ine the for us
•jf enterprise, an I the pride of Western life.
(I has ^rowii in spite of tnatah and iniasn.at
ir iwatnp-, anil will ri.iilir.u«*t» inrrease in
wealth anil great|ie« Until it become* th"'
,crr of the proudest and wealthiest citie
if f!»#• l-.tid.
Tli*- inhabitants are inn..?}-finikin.' and
juln.tn busim-o men, wtio, in their pur
,-nt of wraith, i.»t ihe weightier
matter* of education and -ori.il irfinement,
imi »i ii'ioN, in.titiite», -o. ie'ies for th- im
provement of wind and n.o.s'a, .ire wel'
-tils'aii^d and prndttr'ive of those soli I in'
rt-iences which underlie the e entiie1-* am'
lie pei p»'nit\ ihe Republic.
The Mechanic* I s i'ute, which has for
i considerable period siven impetus lo in.
ven'ion and art, has been holdim: a F..ir in
building erected for th it purpose, near the
listrihutin^ Hetervoir on Cl.irW s'rei i, and
We cannot loii et the -ph n-lnl
and distortion of all thing!- American
and Republican, which arises- t'roiu a
dread of our commercial rivalry, und 1 I Sei" women. We i a
i i i i e n a n y i i e e e i i i e i e e
the eminently happy and free lorrn ol
s
tin ir tnuid-. i
tmn. A tiias- in
Willi i xeelli'nt in II
111 aril
|i v II n ii'.
-4ave |le.is'iri' an.i |-i-
whip out the allied hosts ot
today, they will carry the
)a HaramWr.
A few d.ys since he sent off Col Cook, of
°Ut, k'1-
|ii-curi.'ii-
of nee Ir- Woik in el.'iliroi le and IVOI •'»d,
whirh n. :e tue produc'ion 'he nr lit,-
6
the execution of the woik. Wi* Saw -om
Jilrii I -lint elega caioul »rl«it* Work
foi p*. lor maliliei, and t"it little supenor
o'hose in ''e mali'io'i of cmr fellow citi
K-li, K Cook, K-q. We li.tve to'colt.n
lile dit|s1:s n illie, led I'.III r.ltelv pred.t-t to:
..t:n a mil han-tt .1 he ilw-y» succe.-ds -o
•veil .n tlm spern of i -ih. 1 hi i
were f.-w, t.'if tiikin^lv ti.it
.W art,-tic -1,' 11 ijii.il lo any ol tt
i c'cLliorei* ia 11,14 el' _ani and ).
I'-unli
a -i si
Kakte
etic ait
We cannot Mo i lo .nliiU'
-aw, but we saw i.t
llial ill.- inventive in: aCisti
people ot lucnjo is avv .k
I.ill I. excrl in Un- iMiuibi i
ttieii tii^elnoiis inven'loo.
coiao.ce us
inns i-l 'he
•0. U a-nl Imis
and .,1.1111) of
ar^iai it-
u|i.l
produe.loos.
One ,-f .'lie ll|o»i pli .i-llu I'
exhlllition w till? flee ».hii
I i^e Oil.c-n ol ttie I• tiil!
1 I
Seliool- i Cb.rago. w-i i In i
pel ill'en.lel ts.. I I n
sin e' 'o 'to- n mihi of i Mi
anellt oie-sed, .md v 11 11 y Mliliill^ I .C
ce-, Inaiihe-i 1'init ahiea-t Inf.. II.I- fair
grounds, to witness the gathered inv-ntlot.s
ami catch some of the spmt of llio-n- wh»»e
U''liiu« had pro-lured sin-li henelii -al results
ill liiei'h.mit a| .mil vim llir r•
111.• f:- and
IllipiOVelUt'lits. \o ilo lilt but thai
uI Ol till?.
-t all oi a
of the Ki.-e
i. I. ..chert and
-.hied III alk
tli i- and boys,
tho?'' iitit*- iiiiiidsi wvrt* v-iifhe Willi tlie
,b.".KW^ PaCr,bKU*hb
•»itl be i« at the hern* of aighi huodr«d
new reofuits, who nre to come iu on ihe
.y of election and vote biut for DdU- I
Ho only went to Topekn, where tie benrd
Ivino w»s oxpeoled. He took the ord
nance six pounder, captured at Franklin
tv the rebels, ntid returned. Col Tilus,
in command of the new militia battal
i ion, b«e charge of tbe priaoner* at Le
oomptoo, wbile t'ook has with him aix
companies of dragoons and eafalry, one
cun
is truly Mirpritint behold I..- n llrcted
r'n lei ol i: vention and uil wliii li the men
uf 'ChiiMgo I|JVI-| hen piesentei! .i« tin
rophies of i'«eir (jtn u-. The new patent
m-irhinrrv, *ucli as ,le.un eni'iw", vv fit
C'.ttin^ fanry woik for IIO-im- coui'res,. in
for planing fam-y gioo*e wm k for ptl.is
ei*. iri'Mildin^' ltd wrn'.ou -li, 'o^i'tn.
•titli a hutting !»aw for ii ill-, attr.ic'.
li' iul iitii i.tion Th' y 'xbili lcd «pe- i
inens of their woik winch eln i'e-l the ad
ration of all who love to »i!ni-i- g»-n .ine
i, bor saving maclnn-rv. The speci'ite'i*
uri.-crs Jie od. but ui own oacli ml
lien have produced specimens eq .il, .tint
,-i|i.-! lor to hem.
,p„ny
0
IttioiiMts succeed, they will not be uble
repeal any ol the existing laws, for
tho Free-so lers will vote at the regular
election. i!uin« reports eay they will
vote, and soma suy ihey mil not vote,
if they do. you observe timt in doing so
they jerk the platform from under Fre
mont, «nd rob the freedom shriekers of
neurlv all their stock in trade. What
would tbe Frcmonturs do without '.he
Topeka CnnHiitution V What would be
come of tbmr newspapers without the
't.oeus Missouri K.nisna LHWH' to abuseV
The* would then have nothing to'shueh'
orer bu' "robbed, subdued, conquered,
invaded Kuusas," generully. If Kobiu
aoti an 1 me acknowledge the laws of
Kni saa, Wilaou mid Seward will have
lo acknowledge them too. The trutb is,
that the better class of Freesoilers are
tired uf relitllion, and anxious for peaet).
1'iiey see that they are tho tools of North
ern wire-pullers, who work the wires at
a distance from tho strife, while tbey
sutler thj coonrquences of it. Thiy are
sick of it and nre coining to their set ses.
It matters n it with them who is elected
so tint tho issuo brings peace with its
blessings, wbicb being so long deprived
ot, tbey have learned to appreciate, and
nre now prepared not only to enjoy but
to retain by observing tbe laws under
which they live.
The contest in Douglas and Shawnee
•t counties will be spirited. Lawrence is
In
wand Of genius, and at di-ta-.t .lav will Free.oilcr. are very thlckly.et
mvea-.ttudan. evid.-n-e of wokiag- el
nic­
pin hv ti
-nlivened tt •-.^l.-n
an 'il-- in- i of the
Vl'li thai .if the K- lii^
lit te .ill Lilt dull-*
i opened n Mm.day of
on Fiii iy ef this
rtiju'v io all. Ir»th ii.iv
in toiit*h ot thai vvhu 1-1
Tne l-'ai
est iijiiiii
la-t vve-k, in.d
week, Riving Op]
and ev emnu. I
llie haekht.qe of ju n^ es i v.
t'hicago It nu ttie highw ay
nd may her futme de-tiny be
her people de-ite.
Vih/aii"!-.
of |»ro^rt'«
as iTM-at
.7 i I i iteets with I'ol Uoniphon. lien. S. is
vv e are out day and night, scouting I fairly on tbe track.
over a country ui1 /mir,. W e II. C. P.
have nothing to tirht but rumor. L'o
1
you read the papers.' It' you do, don't
believe the stories published in tin ill.'
'1 litis wrote an otticer of the army, in
a private letter to his friends in Colt
iieeticnt, from the camp near Lccoiup-
ton. Kansas, on the i!i»th of August. I
Lane, the runaway Kansas hero,
vv rites a letter to the Tribune proposing
that he and ofhis vagabonds shall
settle the atl'aiis of that territory by a
tight with 100 actual slaveholders—
and Illinois. Gen Smith, the commander oi to tight iu presence ot '.'4 congressmen
the federal forcrs, and Gen Hi hardson 1 1 1 i -n"
are cha-ged with Ihe e.ecuiion o| ihe-e or-!
and a formidable mili's-y di-play
threaten* (he total amuli lalioti of the F. ee
Slate party, alreuily iaded, and. to appeal*
anc*, half suptires-ied.
sup,u
clccte" cac"
of battle" is an obsolete matter in all
civilized countries, and we do not think
Jim Lane w ill be able to reviv e it. His
i-rs bavo th,,

po$«l of fifty.seveo parls of copper, st Ven the quemion of it
of nickel and one of aire- It ha-s a1,flu *u .u
appearance, «,th a fa-nt red int, and i,i «hi»m
*,°
AiiX'tiruiift.i i
ane hundred and sijity-eichf.
COOL SHOOIIN.,.— Under this leading,
he Crocket. t,Texa-) Printer of the 20th
mst., I s* the followings
Two men, named Rigsby and Robhitis, at
a whisky shop, in the northern pert of
Gumes county.«ot to tjiiaiieling both had
rift*?} Rigsby up with his and shot Bobbins,
who fell mortally wounded) but as pby
turned off cursiag him, bobbins took aim
at hip as he lay aa the arouad, aad shot
Riashy Ikreugli the heart. Bath at
tastaatty, neeagad aswlaiaiSi
e
*tAII"lA'' THE EKD OF Great MKV.—Happen-
orr-poBd«»a ui ibc MuMuri ing to east my eye upon sprinted
GOVERNOR GEARY— COL. LOOK page of miniature portraits, the person
AFTER LAJftJ—TUB ELECTION— ages who occupied the four most con-
GOV. STHINGFELLOW A CANDI-1 gpicuous places, were Alexander, Han
DATE FOB TUE SENATE. nibal, Ciesar, and Iionaparte. I had
Wcetport, October 4tb. 1856. the same unnumbered times be
What is the matter witb fore, but never did the same sensations
Some of tbem are anaeooaaMbljr long .m,.
appcarinK, and some nefer reach ,ou »'.V mmd hwtilj
•Dd for ibeae reaaona I aek -what is the glanced over their several histories,
mutter'/ It muat be the low water so Alexander, aft«T having climbed the
ibey ahall go by ibe mails barealter, un- dizzv height* of his ambition, and with
til the n»er riaea. (,js fieit,| |ounl wieh chaplets dipped
Governor Geary i» beoomio* exceed- i.aliu bloo.1 ut oountle.^ nations, looked
ioKly popular, and b.a
Kreat
actn.iy «a
frainiiig him huodreJs uf friends daily.
mfiin'ry, and one battery of
1 Cht artillery. While Lane is proceed
The interest in tbe election to come
off ui-xt Monday growing high. The
cise is Ibi- a mfuiher ot ('ou. rras and
Hepresentatives it the eouutiea are to be
I'.iC^ed. II VVhittii lil is tlio iaw and
order candidate lor Congress, and tbe
fact tlmt ho wa« ousted Iroui the seat to
winch he waa no clearly entitled, makes
in. friends doubly anxious lo return biui.
It is yery luip-irtant tha:the law and or
der party ebould elect a umj irity of
members to the ilnuae of Representa
tive)- but should they fail, and the atio-
1
pr i-slavery inhabitants are scattered all
over the counties everv creek and skirt
of woods is lined with tba latter s that
it is dilhcult to say which will beat. Le
comptoii too, ia in Douglas, and Tccuui
seh in Shawnee.
I shall send you the eleotion returns
by the quickest channel through whiob
you can git ihctn.
I learned that the friends mid parti
sans ii' tien Atchinson have prevailed
upon tien IS Siiinglcilow to bo can
didate for tbe vacant seat in the Senate,
the prospective honors of which (ien. A.
bus declined for those of a squatter sov
ereign and for which he has had so many
Great Enlbuaiaitni In I'rnua »l» nlu
,. TUB COAI. KULOS ON DRC —TRE¥«SD0fS DS
MONSTKATKN.
We have receivod tho following speoiai
dispatch
the Lane party to have the choice ol which there were nearly one hundred in
lime, place, distance and wiapons, and
,he
procession. We are in the greatest
state of eioitement and wildest enthusi
asm. We have the woollies on the hip
Par,.v- I he wager they are down.
OCTRAOK rrox ISISUMN.—The Fremon
ters and tho Democrats had a political
discussion recently in Marshall county
notions of the dignitv of slavery or tree-1 '"Jiana, which was attended by a Bueh
dom will not do for'the American peo- "nan.l:lub
00«»P««eJ
moluer
Lemocrftljo
not, as ihe .».«! I V*rlJ—"
of Irishmen
*ho had with tbem tba American Hag.
pie. lint, the poor knave seems to i Tbis was stolen by a party of Black Re
lic reallv demented, and the Ficinont- i Pu,,'icans who refused to give it up when
«««b i
hail hvtlcr he cIom^vI. hiuI bo ha lia^ whore their flȣ was, to get it, whoti a
again retired from Kansas, cast.
drew a revolver and shot one
i 'hem down, and severely wounded
Wi-LCME Aci k-moks.—Hon. f. Bui others. If this is the 'freedom' tbe
litt, of Pn ladelpliia.an influenti.d o line free negro party are contending for, wc
wing, inat'.e gior o"s speech in (ii imnn- are no advocates ol it.
town 111 favr.r of Buclianan. whieh w.n re
ceived w th nihusiatiic applau-e.
lion, (jforge At. Bil.b, S.-cr.tary of ihe fHK Tsc« I'RISCIPL*.—Mr Breckin
neasiry under Preaii,nt I vie-, made a ridge ttu# states his own position sod'
jran.l peeih at Gai hei'sburs, Md..tntavnr
of Bu. banan. that of his party
"I i.b connected with no party that
tSf" T'',e "ew Cent I lete r.cei t! hoi»li- has for its object the extension of sla
el a the United Stales Mint. pM.ladelphia, very, nor witb an* to prevent the people
14 Ihe sue if the old half cent, and is com- of a State or Territory from deciding
ts existence or non-ex
for themselves. —Tbe
beautiful contrast With the
and|.inii| pieces, and will
cent did, tarni-h thetn by contact. Ihe
weight i the new is only seventy-two
grains—that of the present copper cent is A PACIFIC RBSCLT Tbe following is
party i« not a pro-slavery
I#
pro-alarery nor anti-
slavery."
For Baobaoan ft Breekiaridfa 191
For Fillmore A Donelsoa 195
For Fremont 4 Daytoa gg,
R. A. PHILLIPS, Inspector af Xleotioa.
Uarsa stamped
lag aad Oattla driving
la tlilltwli is aal i Imlam.
-..w
n,nt{Uvwd wor|d,
that there Wft8 not anothlr
Fort Hiley, after Gen. J. 11. Laoe, with lor htm to conquer, set a eity on nre,
orders to lako him. You know Col Cook and died in a scene of debauch.
oo woli, to have me say tbat he will i Hannibal, after having, the con
take Lane if beiato be found in the ler- consternation and astonishment of
ritory. Uoubtless be i* in Iowa, or some
Ca-sar, after having conquered eight
hundred cities, and dyed his garments
in the blood of one million ofhis toe?
after having pursued to death th i
lv rival he had on earth, wasmisei. -ly
assassinated by those lie considered his
trite to clect hira*e]f wub his arn y, where nearest Iriends, and in that very place
mil Col St tj'eorgeCook be in tbe mean
time V
Thus lour men, who from the pecu
liar situation of their portrait-, -ecmcd
the members of the Senate, or ('ounctl, t0 stand as the representatives of all
as ,t i. termed it, .be organic act were
tfa w wor)||
,.a„
elected for two years, and hold over ... ',
they wiil l-e able to check the Abolition 'our. who, each in till li, made the earth
isti sooul 1 ilu-y un'ortunatelv, io our tremble to its verv centre bv their sim
disorcumzeJ state, elect a majority of pie tread, severally' died —one bv iti
tl.e 11
oust:. toxieation, o", as some suppose, by poi-
Ad this i* up-iii ^tbe supposition tbat
so!,
A/./\RH'd roWKKH P-.n-il-r Fls-k-. 8tnt
i Tub«-s Wjj -'S, K!e* Hti.l ad-.
tu tf I,l\lN sToN H, LOCK WOOD.
THE DAILY IOWA STAI DEMOCRAT—-DAVENPORT, IOWA, OCTOBER 14. 1856.
na those
niingled in his wine— otie a sui
itle—one murdered bv hi-friends—
and one in lonelv exile,
uiiohtv fallen'
How are the
Km JUmrrt isrmrnts.
REMOVAL.
.Ve/son's Jcinli'if Store,
ltra«l\ \bo\e Po*l OOlre
1 \,rE u'd ten-l'T -»ttr Krat"
»V fui a IciiowifUizni' rts t«j
th« pub':" for th i? lif ral
tnmrtl
larger
WAtchcff, OlooliLS,
Jein lry, KUrer-intre and
Fancy Goods,
wheh .* lh -in?' ar MH.-t f.isi.i r.-it'l in lh*
11 W a' ii-tait y n rc vip' hy
i»» an wtl! a'n-.ij» h«v» th«
ihinir 1:1 tl" II mi' ing
JK AI» gi ARTKns *•A-.-r
14 tf l.lVINiir-T(»N" fit l.ot'KWtion s.
w*ui ttit." a tin'. I iiit •TU* with il.civ naim*
1 iirotind tr• gMS- »t
til if I.IVlNtiSTOV LOCK MOOD'S.
PEOPLE'S M\HKLT.
mi.iiir vT/ii:rT,
Fa*» Hide. Between Srrond and Third ^t®.
l" I..mid ata i iu- V-:t O! tht
t.ri. st quahti- s ..nd k»nd-.
I -t'llinvr flrM he-» th.- Si'leat -ix nt*
PER .'TTII'L AND RT TAILIIIG AS CH« AP A
r«-dtf A II KKST.
r. €.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
DAVENPORT' IOWA-
MONKY
Wauwt -.1. It'-aI K air 8-«uti!v, Ijind
Warrant* arid ttastt-rn Kx«liithK* U iuiit aud
"tli L*nd Warratits locat'-d iK'bi col!vt-d ahd
Tax» paid Not»dj«Ciiitt*-(J and -U I'Ufiti' -r prompt
ly all' ndtd t.i th( Slat' and V 3. tourtu
REFEREE ES.
Il.itirv B. Cowl' s, Kmj. N. V rjtv. ll.nrySwif»,Knq.
i i k p- Y I I E w a K v s N Y
Hem\ IL'tf- l' -.m, K.t id-.!, N V it II Iiuir
Kl p-i N Y. Wa-huurtoi. Html}
Honcsditle, Pa., Tuesday, Oct 7, ltj6.
The Democracy had the largest mee
ing here to-day ever held in this county. !tmV.\'r,,,',1Pr^-'i'-Nin"
.1 i
«, in.ltf
I en thousand persons wore in attendance
at the meeting, which was addressed by |iN^MK|Cl
the lion John Yun Uuren, the Hon lien- Pa -«|ivi
drick Wright, Oapt Day, C- 1 Snowdeo
and tien Moore. 'Ibe procession was
over three miles long. The farmers turn
ed out en masse with their ox teams, of
War ot all kinds a
•ViiBf* STOCK
OF
I
U^Ea«.k
th«- attention «»f cv«*ry l-ady t««oi»r uu
HKtiftHv t«»rs» and fin** nm- nt .*f
WORKED COLLARS
A*D
8 2 S
Our stock u: K^ii-roi«t-i i t- ti, w very Ootnph-f
nnd rhenp th",.. w.ti.t wi«. Jli.d th" l»e-t a-»»rt
tneiit tn Oavrnifrt ut
sMtrtrs
STORE.
SS«M\'I» \NlllllAHV SIRt rT-
i A i S U
Cii -I tbi Uc»«l a limit'd numl) -t "f tal i^itce*,
ill b' to- rt' .it t' ti r« tn* -r line «ch UMt rtion,
dftv "Wll" p»T ^'k
IN WOHh •.
ltd Wan I It Ii.—Two" or
re flmra.eT.itti. ti an Hud -I. ady work
ges at .SUAHT tilLl.KH'.S,
K !*-d!f Hrady «t, «'pi I'm nffi E.
V KK.Sf IIATK Tav i. u.u
cliaiig lor f'atutig UmI wiilnii four «*r
lh- i of th- cuytur ft#r niy'hds in tin* my.—
For panu'nlai tiqulre at th.- Toonttnic Ro roof ihe
Stat- EKmorrst e«*pt 3Adir
INKYTt) MlAN'.l hii titii abort tlm*\
[i l*Jdtf] MACK LOT 4i'OKUIN
rnvM- TO LOvUV*
Iu oumv to «uit applKMi.t Ktiqnr« of
TALL*AN &PUWKKS,
P'J2dtf) AtkiuHNi^BlOik, Stcondst.
LD1BER olapll difiti|iii«rii| Lsih, ibiti*
gl»--, Staves, Cc, for e kw ly
RENWH K liSON,
Bait Ruu4 Ikjmi Huw Mill.
auiUltu
NOTlUK —We h»\«' two lund9-Bi bog
ft-s and a flu* two*hor»e Carriav'. whi
wii i' v idilicap for cash, if app.»e*l for ihkio C«O
t»- h. «n at Ihe resut. nee of Janie* R"i«wkk, corner of
Fourth andRipi y atr^tf,opp -ltc thsC.urt fl^oae.
"Pft-dtf RKNWiCK k SOS
pa* advarttaemeot
in aa oth*r colaaui.
CaUectar*
JoanauMftta*lor
A. OCT wul attend tu th*
ooU'CUoa ot
G^W'
VD.—W« «Mtf call tUrutkn
"ne
1{) pa8M(| tht, A\.m. 8ftl.r
TBI
an 1
e's wipi* tr*111
pate to Cuiigreas. 1 do not give tbi« oo her slaughtered knights, and made
my own authority, and therefore will her very foundations quake—fled from
out endorse its truthfulness. A few days
will decide.
1 wrote you not long *go, tbat (JOT.
i Geary wu« in pursuit of Lano io person.
the fingers ol
his country, lx'ing hated by those who
once cxultingly united his n:«ini- to
that of their goil, and called him tlan
nibal—died at length by poison, ad
ministered by his ow n hands, iinlament
ed and unyvept, in a foreign land.
ot tLa
Ifalwl a fraad dally practloaA spaa
i»iawii llai la th* artlela at Or t. HO*T»T
Txa's Slaaacb MtMr* Slnae Ui«a*
aittars hrttofi *o malar, otban havlne b*aa
imBa* manlka* to lonuta H, a*4 la uk *a*a*
ha*« fankaard oM feotUM and re-Oiled ihem W*
Woaiaatvfce all pmai to buy oI nuoe but raqircu
Me dealant tbr fcanioa
are all
oorered with a meui
Uc cap, ma
the naaae ou It.
Por uM ky Barkl'r. Tkaupaoa Ik Oo A«esu,
loner ot lac
Mill and Htw Btrr*U.
*. CATAUArOH —Wewoald *aU
attontlon to th*
card of thia (rntlpman la
anothereolamn, u one which nKriti the att*otton
of the aftctfti. Ibe Dr. it aa old aid thorough!)
•docatod pbytkian, aad ht devoted hi* life to the
•p'Cial dbtun be aow adrertlan to tn-ml. He brliun
letters of blfh recommendation fr«»m the rltlifa# of
Jackmeair, hi* late borne.—(UeagoJounuU Jfay
luA. IMS,
for ^*tr ia thU city by C. T. KBB, JyU
and
Medical N«tfae*
BMSibrt of tbe mnllcal prife*aion of the
city af Daveapc rt and Boott «my, are requeu
ed tn *a*t at sh« «'0|c« uf Ur- Wither*-** h. Carter,
for tba parpoF* of organiilux a Midk-al Society «m
Satuidaf, thelSth la«l.,at*o'ilk
having
1't P" to flight the armies of this mistress
J. If WITHKHWAX,
THISTLK,
W U. HAKKK. If n
W If I.INK
II W. f.tETKR. I).
J. TOMSOK, II
JOHN 11. A.ULF.H. M.
octlt-dtw
UCCALL WOOL lEM IX EH
A\D
Ymlentia Ptaid*.
^OMKof th* rieli- .t goodn In lh-
prlc*ittof
the attainment of which had been his
greatest ambition.
LSonaparte, whose mandate kings
and popes obeyed, after haying tilled the
earth with the terror of hi-name-—after
having deluged it with tear- and blrod,
and clothed the world with sackcloth,
closed his davs iu lonely hani.-hmer.t,
almost literally e\ih-d from tin- world,
yet where he conld sometime- see his
country's banner waving o'er the deep,
but which could not or woud tiot bring
him aid.
plan uf th*
tbuft Undi arr w to found it
WAPSWOKTS,
ocillHitf «trwt,
Fiie Thread aid Maltese Edg
lags.
the |jirf*-ai and »t
»tock «.f
£.1('C8
f-T'-r briHiytitlo thl- place* cuinprUlng all wi
vHMll-'I&U tf
II«
\VK
^riJier and 10,'ekfini too latter,
W"»t ^yb -to b*
UK
h-v'
v ry tlu- a
tio I -mall
n tiirtrkel.t Oui ui
lum-.
J. NELSON.
(VI 14 d?f
tU*. and
Ha\ eiMw.rt 1"^
WINS! fitXS!!
l%«d from imp-trt^r^* hand'*, a
tui*'nt of iuu», which ill b»-
sold v ry w
.»c! 14-tf MVINOSTO.N'A UH'KWOOf*
HAVE
tbe b» »t aiid mo-« ra*biDabl' make- now
in ui»* Hl •xamlnt* ibeni at
WADflWoKTH'S.
ocil3-UU Opposite Clair** Hoi»e.
LACK CI HT4INS.
ihe^t. hjndoi«ae-t. attl m-»t exp* nMve
d- in tli^ pla«-. Anj «isl.iag um t)uof
itor In tb wavof vnjr Fine ('wiiaiu cat. Qtil
Al WAI)SW(IHTU8.
13-*llf o|ij |.« (iaip' House,
q^HK
Trustee's Sale*
WUKRFA8K«lwanl
o:
LAND FOR SILK.
'Ol It A«r. lotst 1 wile north of Fulton -taium
on th«- and R.ulro.iJ, oil r. Him-
Alao. WO acren Washington county, 40 jce
fine titubt*r» and run: .uc wat ron a p.trt This laud
l* only 16 uiih'H Ion a City, and 13 fr»»m Wah
incu.it. n a ilr.- road fn»m 0"lumt-us to Richiuoi.d.—
Wdl he 3llcb« ap, aud a part on time
AIM», f«»ur 40 atT* Ms near Iowa City, b^auilfui
faruiing land. iad w« U wat- r^l
AImS Lots lu Wot Oaventpurt. ranging in «i?e
from 60 fcer by 400 to2^ actes id f,.r S wn aud
(•ilmicf in on*- and two y ar«*.
AN*- a f-w we'l sitoate*! lot- in the iiy of Uaven
rt. tube «.lditi«»vy teiuis.
ANo, on" well flm^h'd ii- w brick dwtllltiK, eigh
r.-otn", large rllar, w.-^l hou.^' and *taM-\ beaut lu
i situat'd on the hilU from the ba vat ju
-e n alarg- pirtun of the titv, H"«.k l«Und and
M.Ulir
Al evi»ra| ti«»a? b-u!din^ I'^^l grot"
Id sold on n'n?onalil- iciuis. Apply to
tll-dtr T. EAP9.
(III\A,
QIEENS
try d^alern, aud the coronnmhy nerail
well ?elect« -to«k of Goods In the
M'hr- band Chin *,
Kngli-b 4s
China T. a
rhlna Uinncr
ih
f*
-t i x-ii
Mlowa: one for tw hundied an eighty *ewn
rtf: hutidrHl l--|:Hr. pjytbl- t»n «*r after
d4te. wl:h interest at the rat u n c- nt |K*r an- heiniiiu
num, unl^^ paid at maturity And i»«w. sail proui A uctl3
taso'v note having be orue due and paabie an*lihc I
said tidward Giitliry li.av ln»r failed U pa the satue. I
Samue! hylveat« r. Trutlee aa alotesatd. herbv
kive tbispuhlic ni'ti«e. th^i bv Tirine th- power i
whl s In me ve«te«H7 s «id de tl ofTru«t, I *111, un
Wedues"lar, ihe flifih d-y -\eaiter. A ISfO,
at tbe hmr of two o'cltvk In tiie aftern*on of s.iid I
day at ihe Court H-)use iuir in the •ity or D.t»eii- I
liorl exjKwe aud offec f«»rsaie at pubiic auction, the I
parrel of land *l»o\ e de«*ribe»tt much thereof as
shall beauOlt lent tu satisfy and pay the utn««unt or i
said note vvith the Interest iheienn th' d.iy of sale, i
together with ail theu.s' and expenses attending I
•Aid »le, &<•!» t»f this notice ami Trustee s fe» I
Cp. n the complete n of sa^h sal*- a leed will be RiT
et, iti aocuntane wuh th- stipulatiu ot saM D'-**d I
o u s n v e v u a u a n e i e i e o e
trart of hind sold to the purchaser.
aNOt KSK Vi* U.K.
V,f ANNY'8 Combined we
ottll-dAwtf
Keap fur t*
and four hors«"», f»»r *al«' bv
NOl'KbK VIKLK,
IM IO 6« -tltf
PK«»FP.HS(m
f. HOIAOJftB,
O
AD
Wholesale Dealer
China tt- tt tet- do.
CMna Vas-s,
U Cdogn*^.
Mola«tM Can-,
Olaws Ijintfrns,
Gla« ttlobt-a,
OobP tK
Plate* STtore.
fi.rk». Snives, Ciitirn
Rockingham Ware.
Also a targe vati' tyof
O K S
worth from $1 26to|i5 I would als"*atl tbe it
t^ntlun of tht*puMic to my larg• asorime»u of
Mt0OkiHg
CffAMfH,
jsst received, and f-r sale at lew pi ic. at
oct 1
i-dtt
Mu.a Mt CLAIRB
VTOTICK if» henby wven, tbat sn flecttoh will be
J3I hold at tbe oAtiat pl^Cf« of holding «urh elec
tioos. In each precinct in Scott c*»onlv. for the^K'tk«n
of four rrtiideniial Kl-ctor-t for tbe Stst- of Iowa.
And alao al san" Um« aud plae*. will be 'dectcd one
Dv'ltgata to AeCoDTt*ntijn to reviw thj0»ns itmlon
of th** Mate of Iowa.
In V stlmmiy, 1 bare wt my hand thl- loth dsy of
October, 1866. VM L. COOK
OJtll -Ah wtd County Judgv
NEW ST0RE, N£W GOODS!
Jasl Arrived i
'•'111 aa»r*Ha
If any one shoald aslt as what io oa
opinion arrived at by an Impartial test
•*.»!» u.n .. w opinion arrrrea at oy an impartial test
ID0 rMQII 0s ft DlllO( for the OISI Pfeij. aa the
best and most honest compound remedy for
dent of the United States, by the passen
gsrsof the -Golden Ags" from San
rranoiseo to Panama, September 18tb,
1856:
would Inform 'be citU* 1
ttavanport aad vlctnitr that be ha* open
sptaodid a**wUauit of the
*r«r broacM tu iu* market, *oa^i.tin|i ot
IfSM, fpliiHul i TrlanMags, L*dl*»'ande*nU'
tetaisaDMs
Mil
take N*w»paprr*, *ad ilo a (k»
•rat AfBBCT bnslns*. am* Mu.10 orr"» aauetas.
nater to Sat
raw* a rnttmaa, Owa a OUIoa.
(.1SII]
iwtsiast
..raasvur*
COODS,
IM.,
aaall War**, farf—»rr,
IK.,allat which ha
s raadr ta
s*S al Bastm prtoa*.
QaMBMara* aadSaMU PnSt*.
ioaara joirr,
{sat tdH) Biadr *tr**t b*tw«en 4tb
aad SU
S O V E S A N A W A E
ifr*'*-
wmm
CITIZENS OF SCOTT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES!
Y A N & E A E
DU« celV'd and ar** |r p*r^l i
evrr brought to I.tv«ni'frt »ui
Moat Outtors.
ill11 ill (4-soitui nt «f Meat Cu U V AN A. K HI.KY
^Cit» Helle^y
OYSTEU antlGAMi:
S A I O O N
UKADY STIiKhT, VI'J'OSITK
THE l'OST Obi E.
irv in nf i
1
Dated the llthdaw.f (ktoier A
ZKMl'El. SVlaVK81 Kk.
oft 11 -did Tru« -e,
gl FFAlaO ROUES f..r ^al"
UIII»k
'h*
rmtf i at.,»i»Ke
U t.f OI..STKH# fr*»-h
*UK sub^ttbei lak* pi'4
pitdii that he ua tuad
wentH to bt otitsiiily -Uj.[
i f.oiaitt».' »*t, vihit li«' r« i''»ve« t*v \pi
day. aud ill b- I.a to v turn l.i'
I I- iu.tr* .'.»hM i.t:iLifi u Will .. v
band all ftitdi «f
Ciame aud Venison,
Which witl b»- rved tu :jj. b, .t .yj
tis-e
TtmT-TE
An«t li' i ki (t-of jioiip rv-. d.»i
"f at ]|l Tali pat toiiaf Wol L*' i 'I .. i
JIM
u e s
noith ..f W^l- oti rh -ap
••n- «nd i »o
lila**
n k s
i a s s
U
gf.il.KS. --I all cre-
1U1I.UHKN'S WOOI.F.V
in town at
lira* s!..
-Hk»
RF8.S AND CLOAK TRIMMING- Nc« f-t.U.
f'r*al* at NfW V rk
4t
JOl V S
Bet u 3tU and 4th m1
II N I.KK, w» i t.- j.•• i
n-t if- to h- 11 n'S.d.t an'J •U at ,/ ii
il'ai
l-.rt,
at tu* tioi
«•«. in t» rvai i!
Hrad and P- rry. on Thi
HiNtant io ivintiniif
Thursday during ti e
id W.ii
y, the l»»iIt «f O
Hour-r instruction for Y un-' d: :n
ter and ftom ft M.
(ii-ml iwu. from i to io
Mr. L'-»- pl'dp-s hityisuU t» il«\o:»- la»
i o n o a a n i w u v i i n
fav »r him wiih tli« ir a' i nag •.
TEHMT.- F- Y"uns lAdi », llinei^ a*d
[ht utt
ntu-meti
to Mr.
V
(.LASS,
HARE.
IC. PMckn N. 4 Lt CU.r
tA'19-dtf
jR.lttts ttorst:.
50 Clark atren Cliira^o
ti. & I.
DOIIERTY
IMPORTERS
..( Krt-n.H. Brtti-LI an-L AM-rh-an
and
Fruit l»aV"i*.
Card Bitsk-U.
y*. Hi..,.
FLOW-. MAN:P
Moir-
CROCKERY LINE,
which b*' bas now in ntoiv. ^.i,si«ting iu pari of the
tAil..n)ng artkh s
Gold Band China.
\tx' I«|*I Rtj! Mafit '.' Mal I m'. .ind Triuimia^^
Silk*, 5atnis, KtnlM. id1 li s. Lar
Gl'.vt *. whop-saSv aid tatl.
T-nn.t ca^b ind lut .n« prl.-e :dv
H-tS-d3m
§hawls ^hatvh!
33II O O II A
Wt
Brittanla Ware.
Tea pot?-, Coff e l*«d»* Spool!*,
Lamps, l'H-("i
Stoneware,
WHITE RAMTE ARE.
«ranlt**1V»ilet 8ett-, (iranit** Uum'-i rvtle
tilOMitware.
Olas- Jars.
Olasa Tumbler#,
fvu-R Unpfi,
Glass Pr«*s*'rve Dishe*
••roneatany prlc*» und th y wi-h. In Hav 8tat*
Wat rhio aud Scotch Plaid, Iong anl 8quar.- Shawl*,
we havr a iarc slock st the
Mitneest Prices.
Jkll in want of ShavtU wlll'do well -mine th*
stork af WAUSWOKTH'H,
oct'Utf SHim Mt, opt»«4ite L-Olair. Iloua*'.
PUBLIC WORK.
PROPOSAIaS
will b- r«cei\(»l t-\ iti- und-r-tgnd
until So'd^k M.,. n 'lie I7 iht-be.
iiiMtant. for filling up that portl u "I •nt-tc'
and ih- I'-ve*1, fn»ui Biady t... Main treet, with e»ith
and ntone. Spe^incations th»- w. rk cm -tn
at Ihe CKy Council Chamber.
now.
Elsetlss Nstlee*
oct7-d!0d
n A A
I'ity Riigin-
HLCHWIK A 1UHM,
Attorns at L«w. Office on Sec,»nd #tr***t
Aldeu'» CI 'thing Su-r John J-.hns, 1
miasMi^r for Court of Claim*.
itiHHOlMtiOM.
'ting iwet'O the
TBSoopartnerfrbip
h* r» to
snbacrtbsi«is tftanolwd
GKO PAKK.hR,
JOHN JOHNS,
Davenport, July 1st, lb£#—octl-dif
Having associated Diy^* If iu the practice of tbe
*0Ct,Hl1'
Jtow
Fmnev
JTEW STOCK
ot
OIL CLOTHS.
JuM JUcrtwtd ai
mm* fAUBTf SIMIRE,
ttmvenporU
•saas Faralskisg M.
Joat raortred at
Mjmrrmra Tr^musTr
STORM:.
®iass
slubit ih»- Urifift. be^t and «*».«U|4 t*
COAL COOKING STOVI
Hate been seleclrd with trrcai (arr. and arc
Fort W«-*lern *04l. nil ..f wl
al
Bla. k Hnwk
V«i»k« e Bind' V- t:. at
Katt r. for Coal
Swifi.Hiir**. f'-r Cim
Pralrt Sfat. f.. r.,aU
A'ax. *t*- nle«l lire b- X)
'lay of Ma\, A.
utel unto Sam*
D, ISM, t. ithr
I a-" Trustee, a certain
deH »»f Ti u^t, -n
ua said Trustee the tan I In ott c«unl l-va,
tie-x*i el a« folit»As. to-uit TLc east "lie half of
1.1 t. II (IU) in Hit hell s A lit i n to the Pa
•enp«ri. whi«h sai'l coi»Myanc»- was Di.t«le bv the
-ai«l Ktlvanl Guihry. th*- r'iri-u".e ol !*ecurinff
tit- payment of a te tain pionuson y nue a.nl the
sntereat the'eon, ttiyi.t-U by H»,«it. w4r Guihiy I
»Ut th** *i3«l d.iv «.f May. A 1* lbftk and p«\aile
1AOE.
th**
4e W .'Id. f'.r
«*.M i. Fatm-t.f.
i k .ve.. f-!
«ii In- ft»: WI. d:
V a rl s-«t..
1 n itutdii »ii
jroy-Ks, a,-. a
Jopjlll.-d VV .ii
REAL THREAD LACES,
I i i a I
south s i -.iititrt i-smut:.
PI UK THIiKAl) LICKS,
W /'.i-V- ii-'-is ''.'rv*. "l.-"^n'i'.t1"'I ut.'i
l' i- tt.- t.'-I •!.---'•ii|.i|--li .-r f.i In-.:,.it. rf— -1- !•-,«
M.IN H"fti n -t\ lv in tV K.i-f
t- i S I
B. SKI
Itm
Siiiltli's Variii) Siorf.
ot6-' SMITH
Lrv
(I .NTN Loun« T». BO'TTIFL M.I' iu S XIit
FCATHPRV
,tt
ST
iu Cloth,
V« Itef
•!»•TV
and
-e1.,-.-,.ar,.l,...^.t,,a„ i. ..... "E,
xlratln* fabrl«-» «t ..xtrrtii'ty l«-» i-
o-s One lot of Shawls we havs» whi« har-- a d' rjdt-d
b»rsaln. b*»n« a up i ioi Sh.»wl ?at th- w prW- «'f
Eight ttollars.
nanv ni' fhant"
Flaest and Kir best Shawta
ef» lif.iiyht to th :-jd
purcha.s
FIFTY DOLLAR SHAWL,
Kt:tt.t\%t:tt
VI SMITH'S VARIETY STORE,
at..L
ti want wrl iit.d s l.i-jt ,««-"i .int-fi?
i smith's Variety Store,
Marenport.
FILL AND WINTER STOCK.
r. K.wtrr,
Merchant Tailor.
\0. 9 LEt LAIRE ROU
JtL FANCY ORESS GOODS,
And Weill's Furuishiug Wear,
f-.r Uf .. a- n. wiiii u:
(j.
In «uty t.f t. x' ur*' and fabric fa *»"^l- mv thin*
her-t.-fcire introdoc -d into thl* market
ot- K.
S. Colli
tT-*l!y
1
VOSTFASIlOIASLIilTHi EAST.
Fautaloonory, ir..
eludes
fldlm If
Fancy t'aurtmere*,
Iv-*kin«t
Satinet?, T^e«i-
Law with James A. Huchanau, Smi Ul of Mary- J*an«, 0»idun»y, Moie-klns
isnd tbe luslne*s will be continued und»rih* naiue 6f th*» lai^t and moit fashionable patteroa and of
of Bnenanan It Johns. JOHN JOHNS. rtr^t quality.
WAIST-COATIXtiS
I havi a larf aad DM ooeqMPf* ttock ot Wain
ouailbfs, eonal»ting in part uf
French Casthn^r.-..
Cat, Made as* Trlsuaei
IB tha latnt ,trl»,
aal foaraatccd to inlt, aad at
SmmhuMI Frtcrii
lor all tba** who aar tarar M* with th»lr patrnaa#*.
aatS-«itwir o-. r. kxAtr.
I (SfeM*
for sakthv
FYA»A,ciuwat».
wuw vaaavs asM sesif ass
A S K U N S
LK CL.1IKK HILL*
IIUIUII UURa M»M«mr*
Alao Leaa*e**f UvbaqueaadNL Paul ThcattM.
Ta**day L«rai*|, Ort. 14. MM,
stcoNu smut
Of the fa%om- Ala ..-an AUim,
st s«t*r nv.n.r.
WUI he 1-1' III
HD1 OF LIONS.
UaaUf M'lti.riu
l*.t
aft*
t-
II li-h- 4lHl Si
•i Mrtllv. «m rn«nnttW"
will \iv Im«I at ilu» Au U.m Sioi«
lW*ill»y~. Myics, in odliroMif tK.
ftood lard*
C.
r\to
I r.ti, I .. \1 I- 1-p.r 1 t«. V i' i l!» r|f -iM'k nt 1
/V •ii'ab!' il VI.O VV .r-#i--' ,.r.-:.v- tl.- «.d vv i
.li W* k- M'.
Bisrhoff\ Ulark ilks.
Jusl opriifd .-III uiilllis (if I hi- cl
chraU'd Vlake of lln*s silks,
rplll^ .H.d liat. l.-r hi* it, i.
1- -2 t'.: 1. •». 1 -O'
li» *al
t• .J
I ANEl
Salt at
Smith's Variety Store,
a i V
Fon KALK AT
SMITH'S VARIETY STORE.
KIR. SFI 0\D WII BRADY ST*.,
DAI EXPORT.
FRENCH WOOLEN PLAIDS.
t-fT I a. -li.em V vv .
I .ii-l- -uil.i!. f.. I.-.I.,--' an-: I)
rf
.k |.o.
Hrady, IH
..-t I .V
smith's f'arift/j Starr,
0
TI.I IM
tl fp
mmmm
Wr.fhl
r. l-rnox*
I'otnr Skmg lit
r-- w.'ti."
.1 Kbs in tlif iMrk.
tf l*rt^rnuime.
i»*» ft«« ti:
ciltn I' i
lo k V
I I i I S .i ii K
II.
i*tt»|ja tJt i» It i' l'».t t'' all ill tr\ I »..k thiol
w 4rt i"in I.- 'ialr- ll'«
Da^npc-t.dtMnh
HI
Mim ii
AMI
tu n
il.OAKS,
B'» fi it tto i
tt ilit Us a"r., ANTliES A. 3 V I
.11 sT OI'KVEll AT
SMITH'S VAlJlKl M'OIti:. WitfttiftS,
1'rlrrs Kantrr From
C» to 50 DOIIRI'm.
vi v i. vv,nt i ii
S n-t -t. I i ... Hun-
|S.»ti-i. I U.I. ls,»6-(.
A I A I
o. ar*.
Dnxrciij jort,
lla\fllll(Mt.
KNAPP
VI THr: OI.l» sr .ANfi C!
k w
FOR rillti i.l\ UREASES,
in:niio\
\t No. Lcl lairc llou.
g$ar4 ttporf* lotra
i ..r^. i: i. a
I!
noons
to pills. i, *1.| o-lM at
pat-
Fli t. A\D WI.MI'II I.OOUS
!ift|. i vl- '.t, i n«»i. Ii, but I ,iu»
•"I ir--
1
l* Mtl ti
Coliu:
i Aig.-t
Mourning Dress Goods,
Maple lry (ioods,
MI it THE Mil I to\.
.:tP "f 2od a Itr.ol,
IMVkNP-tHT
Whi tr «k:f
.-k I :.-n
I'm!"-, id- r»'d dkirl!-.
FANCY DRY GOODS.
tl.V RKOt OM2RIKS
Rind-. I»
tt.tl'U.Xi'iiUT.
.k.t lUn.lk.-i I,..:-:
F.inbi"ii'
ar Lin*
i6-dtf
LONG and SQi AUF. SHtWLS, REAL WELSH FLANNELS,
K"
Lac ah I li..i,
Mil*
TI
tT
i i s i s a i y S o i
Ouvenftort.
Alfxaudtr'K Kid iloirs,
Jt
ST rii1 Ivc.l aiiil fi.r salt- In
.«te-.it i
Our «**ortn «tt
jUi»l!tv. ri |»fie'»
and a much U'i«et ,u ii
pnr )mt(* tot ill -au»
liner hawlv nn urpi
«*olort and beautiful d-*
v.':y low. Wr hav- s.-liir of tlf
If. SMITH.
LYONESE CLUTH.
f.-» I.-. r., k,: -. I. -»p
I V""1ut'.se Cloth for Ori'ssfs,
SHAWLS
Rrorh -and r»*hov»re I -nif srnJ 8f)nai 5h.**ls St*-!U
do: Hilk and Thibet Har Jtlaii and Waterloo |,onir
and Sq-mr.- 1 T..titK .tvt l!"ir
U N K K N O I O N S
Of all kii.'U 1 .S. Pi'unt*' ,*•r.i HpnJ Tiire-ul
Cloths, issimeres, Burkskin
tnd
li loves
WOOLLEN GOdbS,
Oa^stm*'rt-a,
Do skinm,
Batloeta.
Tn-ed«and 4«»n-».
t' -idnio aud Mole^ktrts.
Mix Cmi'lugf,
LADIES' BONNETS
Of th^lai' 4' Fah *tv!»n. and in lb- nreat*t vatietj.
I Would itiTit tbe i»tt# ii tion of the l^lbs parti.
uUr.y to my iarg'',
compl«-t» and m'«t faahknsble a«
sortment of
j|f„t
A N I I a A S
A
Mv rop-i-r. in ir! -f
Superfine MYeitrh Cloths,
Black. Mm-. Brown, Or'-vn. Olive, aim ..v.-,y »l,»ii- i Or ilw Bk«t faahiunalilc fabri an.l atilu. an.1 at
in.* i all pr|o«* fr.«i low tohlgti. ifiUe: with i- r. ar
tlcl. i.f Dry :--«l- knowu io .be Ti ad*
TALJIAS
All nf whirh I wilt cuntiau n- 8cf «t prlr- that
will ilefy «.mi.ctttli-n
art! W KNAPP
DiNwIntlts*
itmv
KEIL KSTin M£ICIC&
aioaaan i. uua. VIUUSMMUI
REM. ESTATE BROKERS.
Aad fieaeral Laid igeaej*
OPUCK MO. I OltKt BlILDIMtt, DAVKNPOftl
perty^bBMbt'"' ««y awl
ive,t
v v
ill llr.nl) Mrrei, near Ollirf
PA VKN I'OK ...- UlVVA.
A I CTIO.N SILK.S of lltnl Kutale. II »im
FurniJ »tr»•, I*11»k« l»t\ «*x»!-, (ii
C.«,tr, F»
P*rty, ogbt and «.i,ti uaiwl»ah»i OuTvruuieal
Latela carerailr wiivnu LaadW.,«»t. located t,
nler,.r.«.hare^T«..plHl,ut
aeyuiwatedi
Ml.rw-rl|UJ M,
WII.M asTdoolam.
Attorn., u.. Collectlou. kl||
ALso—h.a. ,j|
Ciiti'on .. UU,
1
autl llunlianUb'
Sioii't t*r At the
bhwt
MoNKV At CtiMMOHATKlN
U-
i' tninol f..i
UOtlt
#\»r Hmt*.
on Harnaud ami
n
A,l'ilU"".
&
it,I
A u i
••"•tit! aad Third
l.i t»r«
Iwelily front
••W"»lle I,-cut*. H,„w
II
M,,,m»^'rfl^kU,u«
'j ..H..
AlaLKaN 4 Moot U'
Sate or M.ea»e.
1-.'U« Dial m.-y ifc .ir, li.'|..,M'"['* I*"1'
ll« f.^|..*|liii p,,^,,,
ln 1
J* "f r-*'-.
«.M-r*'-v"
V Wetlera A».-nu»
in hl.K-k 11—n. «r 11. Man',-. H.,0^
I"
Hit'
I Ki npp Hr lni n
•. il*.«iiiL« th- patrcti
Jy Hiatal ••upp"*1 «'%i«-*di
u itf.Mt- ««»i p«ri,t«»
t.f p.*tr. ii^c
i»i.
i
Hill
k i
ui lit. t« *1
1
fr«»«ii!.g»i M^,i
lU hhak l«
puK.cr piT.,
s-ii
8t""
Inhl- Jo
)-t (»Ns|i.NM»:NTS Sill.lt ITKP a
*i
«. v.
:I,K. .. ""J1-" -t
tl.il *i|ley-i.
I .-7
Hi M..-H 3|
ti i k iii
6tli -l
s.,11
Ihll
1*41
H-
k as.-. if»i
iu
!1 I,-
»t tlt.
'-fit tit
ail tftj\• I
lh Mapi
(»alt»4|
Itl
lu.,,s„,,s
7- •'k i\
JAMk* AV
.-
N
"rlrans
iii.ii- &
n
ti, M. Th.iii.ps
(Vl
W HOLES ALE UROfERN,
0AMISSION FORM\|{DIM.
.iudi^lerclisiiifM,
Gem r„t ,lK,mN,
I I i K i I I s -i i u i
"AVCllpo,,, Iowa.
Ml
Ponder! I.uii Pswdrr!
*uu
S. Hot S Mn.'ll
KV.VN'S, t'liKW 4 o
«'Pi-i-oa,.i...r„r.,rr",iec"""1
•1
SfOtf
'!K, I! "?"?1 "'•""aeHiriii* ih.- b,., „4,i.,
kv
I -(ia/fr
v vs,
rurw a
N y i K i i n
ro
or nj and .Vunil ,i,r.i
lilM'
fJOOifS
W U O I
A
I
A DAMSON & K APP
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ti
iAi
1
I
M' V k ot
•"'•twiriit of sornl- MIH..I to
t'c H^iiiinof ib«- oitn*ry
Wfriiiftfs,
tuit \s a tt
tuts
,..i *. .1.1 -a. .O. ,i.. ftlll' lit Of
I'aburg Cloths,
N«un,
df Lalifti,
Alaparam
Klark Silks,
ilaikiMs,
Prists
Sa tine
its,
(•'crnian
(issiiwrM,
krntarky
Jrn»,
Plaid
Vankee
l.lB"f).
((HlltS,
H'oolrn fara.
S at
ll*« e n
i\o(lonw.
i
of V In. 1
xxi luffs
-!1 Im bs
4 4
-iin ..nd r»?nbii.
nbrb K'lgmjr- *t
IH i nes, 8vn\ ma
ln-« r'iry». TI,.. Valh
O:-HRT. La«f Kdjc -^lffaiit*' 1
KiiiYot'ifi I »r.:krrfvfv KMBI
CAMBRIC .-ftt«
U and Rob*-.
»id«'5«-«I Mi-!in and
It hi If (ii
funis.
pi.l'il l».dl,11'
aud ppfdted 1
l„wn- PiW-'W i
and l.towu
Cu-Jati |)rapv
kerchiefs
and bpown I. !.
I- j-'d.
«. ranibr.»s
1 5f»tr» I
Vtpkt'I»
-HVMI ilttd l.lli'
«H«n do I
Hltten*.
appyb. h. and
prM M. tbal cannot fad losmt buy-rs
AlUMHON It RAPP
*i »t ai^/ee pprry Darcnpiri |.,wa
Siiltf
Stores! Stare*
•uUrrabrrtak.-a Oil* mctlii«l t.i lufurt i
it i»^n» of Lk ttalri- ami
aurr.unlft( roar,
i that he ktrfw i-ouauntlr on hand thr
1 heapest Jt Best,
ook* Parlssr and Ofricr Niarrs I SI
of th'nit-«t appro?) pattern*, rornutiftjr iu part «t
the Charter Oak Bla« k Diamond ^H4on Artl
Prise,and ail kinds of parlor and heat!n «Pves
Hood A. ('oil.
Tin, Shevt-iron, stid Coppsr ware Will be kept eon
stantly »n hand, and for sale at tbe lowest rates.
Till Roofing & lob Work.
(•hvaftrr than the ('heuprst
Call and n* oar Mock and rou
diMatUAM KS ma|«hr
Call and n* oar Mock and rou vlll n»l «n avajr
l«a flUlakr
0F* (ltd copper,Iron, Un, bra**,pcirtrr ami r*f«
Id copper
Satin* and -fMr*.
Siit n Thin', VHv»-U.
Blanket*, JhavrfH% Dvffih, (HotiktntjH.
first's Frwkini:-'—F-«nn l», white andoiw»4. an(
JTriiouiing to msu h.
exMting th
la diaaotved A
}Hirsoiss indebted to th* late arm will uiak* paym eo
lo Ri own, who will also set
tie the debts un'
from the flim. R. BRoWV due
B. M. RROWM
Le Clalt*. Oct 1, 185ft—ort£-t2w
THE UNION! THE UNION
DltlM We SUM, lilted We Fall.
Black anil M'ide cali.n,
Black and onlon-d Slfk. and
(III It lrV3||niiu J\ tf, arr iur:t*d to asaaaiblr at any tiaf moat
j^f.la who ar- in favor »f our nucocas and pr»ap*-ri-
Bllam fBlillilD) cr*i«mil«nt, tu take into ou latdrralam tlwpsvprlBSp
'ot tlwrlchnt aad mo»t approvrd pattarn*. and of «o»*,o^tk*lr/reat ba»
*T*r7*t)i* and t«tuir, all of which will b*
(aJn* in ready mad* duthlas. Wlthoat a divlakm v*
Ml.
j. a. DaAss a co.
A E S
im* mt at anna'aTAaiarr Stoaa, *,{
*k
taken for good* and work
M. P. !O:WIIAI«,
Pott QfHet Block,
Li
Clairr. Iowa.
HARDWARE STORK.
LIVINtSTOX a L0CKW00D
Awb^k
RK now opening af Mc ft Mate St., a cnaiptot*
of
Superior Hanhmare.
U whlrti *p invito thr att.ntion ..f Ihoaa wlahlngtn
parrha-* anrthinn In "Or IttM- Thoa* bnrW of a.
can r.-ljr npoo mUM a toa4 artlclf If r*"-mm*nt1
aa -ui li.
W- .laaDCTi l»T ap fall aaaortarat ofawJiaa
tea toola the very b*..t quality which wW he ai4d
atprlc-. wbkh will uv« aatl.raillaa. oar a.x.rt
mrnt ofxtidf aii«la ta nrarly
tail,
aad w* har ui
Iran-It lnir.,|.^.*hkh *'ld lo thaaa aow rwlTHl,
wlil mak* uar "lock «a lar^r aivl attract!** aa anr t*
br funn-l In 1
h-- Stat'-.
fl.nad*ntly brll*r1n* that bp
Oooil 0.«-d-t Jn«r r.pra^nlattana and cliw*
ttlrnlioii. we *aa aad will inafe* tt tat tt* latiinl nf
dn*a bajrvra to five a raH.
LITIKOSTOR UMJKWOOD.
Oaranpart, Jplv SSd ISSS-dly
A Well Drssssd Fsspki
rvanpoft,thai
I* lh' frr.|vnt rvmarfc 4 atraaacra vi.itiaa Da
Ha dtt**a» as* an axc"-dlnaty w*u
drww-d propia. Sarh I. tbr bet, aa# w* u* aow
Mly pnpaml with
a tt*
anal *ta«ant H.»-d» la tbe way of
COJTiXV CLOTta,
raataleasry aad Walstcsstlsca,
to aontkna
toilr*** Mr Mlow cltinoa la th.
raahiuoabin QMiiaar.
OarOuodsamaf Ih*
XiAwwaw Af-rxsaa
and awat haaaltfal MM*,
aad vwe
aMkathM ap
lcy*,r.''lyr»a—«P»Wth»nniMnli|l|
Oaratsah«
fioats
a^maswagfi
w
'-.1 !. if -*t
aft# SM aiM^nsi MiMfttai i nslalas liss
"WgUlt k
oo..
•ss%v •sSSa*» AM•!»

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