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I tit •.tt.rr Ivrri...m. :.u »riil lb by tbe »d i i w a i a a A.Uerii* ..U -uipaMed with tn.lrurtUM W.il he.use,w i-r- i si. 1 charged »cr -rdmgiy. tt religious Bod b- uevoituv purpose. e. rte-i n„ ti.,., fr. of c«»t, thereafter chargea u oil.* a 1 v* ri i-» Ma. 44ft*rUMJiuioi* U»*«A abroad fflOAt te paid for *jrt*6/y in adrarne, uuieM from an-roved Af«ot» Mra Ulbr ftdv«-Ui»ibg Mru^M mi tl* option of Kiw tu« Y »JV»XK emetit of IT OLth' DtfACl A u-M- U. -^^US m*l p»r ^ut •tfm.e* i. »fcu»e r»w*, »i t». 1- nit. k »ti e on r-g»l»r r»l««- A ir»o».«Dl •dvertUemeiils in tut In pala for la ti\C\i ARI SoS it WKST, LUVA SUt« D«raoer»t. k A VliKRH m. BKi. DktlT II I.I si 11 K 11*1 l»t IIA Hit I N' .TiN fc WII.KIB. D»il» 1 CARDS. HI1HV N. AHDKMON, TTOK"KT M.l'.,p....I AND Cul NSII I,()U AT LAW i!: Mock, l)»venport, lova l'rVH JAMIHT LAWK, JOSEPH J. LAMB Autntyi u C«««MHur« it U«| lifle^—Jlna. 4 tbd 6. UruBrcU)Block, mtvr mt -1 Mi Brkdf MrM4k TIMBINUTOH KIOWH k AKM»THO*0. AT|..R*1rtffr1M,I t« «im iniM l..r», D»»|-np.»l low*— um- h'u NukalU' ook, ourn«r of Hr«ly i.'l oi. i IIIOMIVOTofj, HB.UOWI, J.AMITlOltt. ATTi Hon Tim* A Hmlrtckt, Coru«U- o«.'. •mi !»#.•, w.»hiiiKt-u, n r, w ttMl thi, Pine atrMt, M*« V tk Oil J» k Br I BBSMCM Thi.i |[.i .1., i mrry, A II«.J*m^« Ilk Ma I' S H. n«t.,r. *1 r.i-a-ai I, !..*», Ai .itc l-e€,»lr', k»q ««J k U*v«upomMii|, M«aara IWfik l»a*iea It.Iowa. m-pH I KAKK I'M Mtk, UEO VAI IDMI, Pl.t" JIKR A UJI HMKIf, »N K V n and '«.un»'llor« at Lav. and NoU rt"« Pul 1 Ail" for tti- I'hartrrOak Sire int. ., IUrtfc.pl, Cuiin., Oapltel SSUU.OUO i »tf Klr« I a. Co ,N«» tlavm, JAlKVHO, offltr l/ Clalrr Bu ck, Uaveuport. s«iI m.lDKIIUI I k k MII.I.KR. ANl'FAl TDKEHrt OF PI'KB AUD UNADDL 1I 1. rat' 1 ur '.rr. t(, 1,« |pft at their iu ».rf i .-v. a »u '.411,' »U'-vt «W Cmi.ty arrals txiuglil In cacbaiiK* fr Vlne I ar. «'NA«. PI TMAM ATTORNKY (11TII. AND conirsELUR AT LAW AND V.tary PoMl« U»ce, Wu. Ua»«iil».rl'« lil.x k, Mini ktiiet. auiCM I RKIICUII k KAUl, BN».IM«BR, ARCH1TS0T AND BCPBK INTBMtKNT. Also I a- l.- i of AnhiU-clural aii I Ornamei'U: l)r.i»iHK' orn-» at Ii iwnaort OymneTCial OalleRa. Ruoma Ooriii-r a-1 and irv. jyMdtf it. u nicri.cR, (tBNKRAT. COMMIP-ION AND PRODUCE 1 M«-r. I.Biit, iWl. A«i« it .f ihe Syracnfe Bait Manufactory fur l)*vei,i rt aO'i nalght' Ting IdVtia Wirfi'OuseopywIteE. R. MM, Dwaport, loWa aar^'.'^ H. V. «'OI.K, 1. I. ft Bfll- fflce Prauklln Block, All SLROKI I N AKDOCDLIHT di-noi' I! itAKER, M. D., JHTSKMAN AND BUROEON.—OFFICE—POST OFVU'K Hl.OCK rfortb aid* of Fifth atraet, bcltttu Brail nuJ IVrij. labAldU (AMI UtLL. ATTOUNKT AND OOCK8BI.LOR AT L4W, Dareupurt, Iowa. it ac—ua rt^ Bit rk, corner Main ami Sec- Dii.l »tr*et». J'il8dtf NICIIHI.Afi HI H^lEKi W*1I»LKS ALK TUliACCONIST, rr Maim and ttrttU, Datenport, Jow* Etery variety of Havana aii«l Ponic.tlr Began,To bacoua, Pip**. «to ujuutly uu hauJ. Air»-tit for Bron- n'a rulebrateil Pin* Cat Obvwlog Bml king T- ac ». «. Sena: Mauufaciurer* I wonld womm'tid a well rtn-k L.f L.-alTobacco, uuplrtii^ of Havana Wraii»-r« and Filler*, Jara and Osba Bead Leaf, «te- Mo«14dk«tt »IU.li« lilt. *1U»0» OlITkAU II \LL A Ol I I KAl', ATTORNBvmmlanlonarii a AN coi Nak.Li.KR8, NOTARIES PbMIo, of for Main*, Ver mont. New Iltmnhir.', Ma-»aefu^-tt. New Yuik, N' w J'^'rey, P, u at.la, .r^.nia, oli'u, TVnn*a t~., K.ntn.kv. Ill.iiou and Mis-ciirt ofllra N •_ Main tt on* •i-.or couib 11'-.k Bargrnt'i Hat.k. JvJ§ lat, leAo. jaUl-dAwlT a:I.IA» HAI .e, A CCTlOSTKtt .f I OMMISSlOff MMRCHAA"' (Sc.OSD STRarr, KIST or PBRKT. Having large ar.il commoatou* room* for tb* aal* of Dry ti o-•la,'»roc !•». •'rockery, lUrlware, Boou and Shoe*,Clollilng. kurultare, Watchea.Jrwetry and PaDO I.O il-,!:i fart, ci ev.-r) J' a nption. Aleo—aa Agrnt tor H. llisk' slev Jun., wiil make Liberal Caah Ai»B»re* OnGowlaCMiaigned to be .old without reaarre at AQCiiuD. Oon-tgnmaaU of Merchaadlaisof ctmt dworlption aollolv il, pri-mptlv. 1 Kl.lAS IIAI.E. Auctioneer, D*c°. Stf 8*conJ atrvct, 1 doora eaat of Party jauko i. .nuu roK, 1IAYSV1LLE AdKNCY Ol«FIC5*, HICKORY QllOVK. SCOrT 00 .1OWA. UAYlNiiof di.pi M.interMt lothe SWreboal- rws n, trie VIhail pened an ifflc* for the I tranaactiMi a ttao-ral Axeacy BosUeMi for the Mie of lau.ls lrawlog n*«-yao«* and taking app.i Icatioua to- ltiMirane* on Town property, collecting 1 note- inJ count-. »*U*. Ala i anr-'"e Suit# l»efort JuuUceCowta In the I O^Ju fjgo kc*p a Winter *f Laid tor aate IntWa laod ajjoluii.e cunties. giving a fuU dewtipUou, and l»Re Term, of Sale of theiani*. Stock Ratray Book,In which a* entry wUl I be made, on application, ot e, tray a taken up or other 1 wtae, witli a da^crlpUon of thegame and where they ItT bC liefer to any r*apeetah|e lawyer la Davenport. P. wiirn onB, I A rrORNRT AKD COI N8ELLOR AT LAW, I A N' ta-y puMIc and omnilaaioner of Deede for Mew uiiB-hire.Wriuont, New Tork, P«-unay vania •"office—Uofth-11 e*t corner of Mala and Beoond |,t^.ul Davenport. Iowa. l«u« I* tf) COKBIN MW, A TTORNET3 AMD COUNSELLORS AT LAW MOTARIBSPUBLH) Oot ». Macklot Oorbln'a Rschaa«« o«oe, Dtnoport, Iowa. OEO. E. HI BBKLLi A1 rrOBNBT AMD OOCMSBLLOR AT LAW AMD fl nine-' of Deeds for Oonnoctlcwt, wiU tand careful attention to the eoUtcuon of —, essmlniae Utt«B I nronptand careful attention to fessssi PR J. V. PABKER rouLD AMMOOMOE to iV \w THI oinnara Dr^nport and vicinity that he has r«*«Md tb* I vactiee of BMdleinc and may be found, when not pro. WMEKLKR WIUOW'I I N A I N E (M I* the A, Mo. SewiBE MachlM tor aB ofeewlng, even to the most bean Ufnl I I I N O s %W}L'*?^:^.Vf SlMdaaMa^ MtwR I at* Cook BarfeWt JPMS&O JotftTOCTCTlYCMVe CARDS. AKCUITEOTURK CAMMVLL 4t OCHKAN, ARCHITECTS. ftmri— Ko. 1 Halt, nm Hory, toopll »t., P»T»aport. |of ALJUL kKLUV. *. I. SM1IU. IKI.MV A IMITH, FwvaUlwAUuiislM Xml'U CvK. CeMMkM IAL AM) CHMHICtSM^ SAINT nova, MO. C. Kpenglrr 4 Co., AECTIMIM OP yt.ru zwquom, CWIOM Bvoom, wAsHivetov at. Mtuiin* ROCK nuns, IIL. James W. Caanoi, uun M.UJUMMM SUMjrtHM*. Latli, Ban Bftarto, rnctag, PICKETS, WOOD, 4C, AC. I BATE A IDHIIul LOf «f Mhre&*ed Flooring^ 80TUTH RAIL ROAI) (FIFTH) STREET Bet WMIHD AveoM Mi MBMWV UAVKNFORT, IOWA, •avis^wtf THE LITEST IMPBOVEMKJiTS I* RXTRACTIBO TKRTH. nr. Jamtn Morrow, HAS pun ha« the rliht j»e I r. Bracch i lo cal ,,an«eathi-»la," for tli- xiratllug of teeth witbi ut pain, y appl lne coll It the gi.m., without any lDiuri iua eOtctn whatrvcr. A no, U priar*dU extract teeth by the Ute*t tinprovenieiiU IU Rlectric- MOiillOW, 8irgeJAMES ti4 NmIIIBImI «a POl'RTU STREET, Between Main and Barrlam atreeta, •oath *U, ad joining Dr. Puiiritarii'a rendrt' n Orrics AMD RKSIDBBOE CunnoTtt, Davenport, Iowa. O* Any amotmt of ref^rtr-re given if required, •••piu W i n I I I o Peorl*, Xll., Distlllerfi ai4 HtBofMtarer§* ALOOHOI., BtTRRINO PT.tTTD, 0AMPHB1TR, PURE SPIRIT, at St. Loala prlOMaM Mtfml Uln 14 hoaii aftaf receipt of order. LE CLAIRG HOU 8Kt C0RX£R UF MAIN AND SECOND tiTS. 1A\ CNPIIUT, IOWA. JOHN BICnELBBROER, Prop'r, •epSO Dr. E. TREMAISE. t'l»rk. Ural (on House. TOR urnleraiKii^l wutild r-ap«ctruUy Inform hla frirniU and the travellnK iuMlc, that be haa upened tli.- Urue hotel in Le Claire. Tb- iKiUiie 1. neArly »:.1 furn^h.^1 with all the coiiviTn^neee of ruotlrin hott I-.. Th'- tabic will be aapplird with the bent th* country aff Ilia e*pen*-nc« a lare- arquaintanee with the bnairiP'ia in tti" Wilt, i* a gufflcieiit guarantee that bi K "w- Uie place to ati.p at when JOB come to the city nf L*. Olalre tr llacki leave the Bratvm Hooeetrwvrjmorning (kj'in'lai. firei.ted) for Davenprt. ^.fmi.»wt' VEBTLAEB Prop*r. RI RTIK nor**:, CORNEK OF IOWA T'HTU STREETS DAVE* PORT, IOWA. SIOTT HOIKE, Ifarenporit Iowa. Tmoat his l» anew aul FIRST Ci.AII The Scott House, ALL TUB COMKORT9 OF A 1LK.VHANT HOME, coniprtstne lc»n room*, clean Utien, good atten dant, and a cheerfol complianoe with all reaaonabie demands Thi» Honae U new and well v«-ntillat«i, andihe tabli- will c..mpare with any flnt clasa House we.tof the Mt»ei*Miii, The I'roprb tore would napectfully annonnoe to thir tuf rii Fneiide, and tbi- public get,»-raiiy, that having piirct aa».l this Lar^e Ilotd. and Added more than one hail to Its fortn-r size, and havinc refitted tnl re"irni-lnd th^fnti.e 11 nar. th-y flatter them lelvii tti nt they can auli' ipatethe want^ cfgue.-ta. Thl* Hocae will be represented at the ears and boats bv a re.pot.Mble afreut, i receive checks,there y avoiding: aM risk of U -ing Baggage. tl-Cha i«fa moderate. The West'rn Btage Company'- Ooachea leave this House datiy for v 1.• N rtli anil West. J. IirMPHRBY It CO., Proprietor*, yyCorn. of Front and Hanlaon Street* on square bMow the Steam Packet and Ferry Landing, e meh'23 itf Park House. IOWA CITT IOWA. rpHis lArgeand CommodioDa Hotel haa been leased by il.e proprietor, th u*My repaired and rtoo vated, neatly furnished throughout, iu the beet Ban ner, With -PB1KU Btl'S and LieilTED WITH OAS. No pains will be spared to make the PARK HOCM the'ANo. 1" llouaeof the City It being moch the largest and pleasantly •lt'.ated la a centra! location, v.n the corner of Jeffei aor and Dntuijne streets, near the City Park, with comfortable accommodations lor Two Hundred Onests. TERMS— lu onformlty to the time*. Good and Capacious Subllng attached to the boos*. J, TRL'SDELU Proprietor. Mo*94dtf [Formerly of the Trusdall House Slayaaker, A, trawftrd, Real Kttmie yigenta, No.7 West •ooondst. DAVENPORT. IOWA, HATI NO a complete and aaeurate Abstract of Titles to all lands in Scott Ootnty, weealoy su perior advantages for the examination of Title* aad the judicious investment .f money and lnci eased facilities for the tranaaction of all oor bnalness These abstracts haxe been carefully compiled from the Cou ity Records, and we will in all cases guaran tee their correctness. Prompt attention given to the location of Land Warrants, OollecUoa of Money, Payment of Tax**. Ac-, fcc. H. Y. ILAVnAKER, MOTART PUBLIC AID COHMIMIOBBB at Duns FOB MIBBEdOTA. JOHN If. CRAWFOBB, ATTORNEY k COUNSELLOR AT LAW. DAVEBPOBV, IOWA. •eplS 'rilTH BTTR ACTED BT A MEW PROOESS without occasioning any delay or pain what* er JULIUS CHE8EBR0U6I, Dental SHrgeoR. OPPIOR—In Kcrwin'a Block, 8S Perry, betWMB Si and «th streeu. Having aompleted arrangements, he 1* now pr*» par. to exiraot teeth by aumuting a alight umietrt of electricity around the tooh at thetlmaaf tloo, thereby allaying all pain attendant tra.-1'ng by the ordinary method. Thepatlent has a full knowiedga of what is lug, and there a** nt thaa* efleef whkh ar* oft«B notleed after havlM ierth BrtuXad by the ms« e Ottarafom or the rfiMln Julyttdtf MadtlMB ar* th*/BWTMm Aicf (Meyer, IVTROLMBALBm Retail Das let* In fl BimiiUrOigara. Tlrftota Iin, 01 0—lag wlBMttHTiliii^ rmr Wjaa, Ra.,iBW Mi aad tinateHoii & 8. MOOKK, -•rrnvrm *r^fpr ju| TTTTTZTTFTK DAILY IOWA STA! STATE DEMOCRAT. Baf*a»srt, Octwkwr It. IMS. MAXLiABJBAJfOHMJCHTR. tAlTmi MitLfby railroad) clones every day, Bwa daya excepted .at OM A a. TillLaJi MAIL and Southern IOWA, by railroad, clo-es -very day.SoDdeas cxeepted, at 8 a and 4 m. BiCt»bbk ix., for Sou'herti TCinoia, and St. Lonis, if railroad, clj*e* every day,Sundays exoept ed, at 7 a N'/Bihibm MAIL, for Dubuqae .ml Northern Io wa, by raiir «d, Coses very day, Sondaya tsoefiUd, at 7 s a it. kuiTHiax MAIL, lor UQiiit, Pr.acetra and Ly ons. t.y state, rioacs every Mobday, Wedoeaday aad PrH«y at lu ai ^tTE WAY MAIL, by Bewttt Maqaoketa, WiiU.ii Ac by »tae, ck.***Satarday*, Twaeday* aad Thursdays at i m. Bli s OBAsa MAIL, Taeadays, Tharsdays and lat araay a, ioaes at 7 A i KOB fimovL MAIL. Taaeays awi Fridays at 12 A I.D'I Oaovc MAIL, Dim, Long Grove, Ac., •vary Tuesday, IS M. Rit aa MAIL, North daily, Sundays aaosytad, TgAVmjJBH'fl QUIDS. BAILEOAW, East,Leave at 8.V, a andC-JBm eiaept Buud.y. excepted West, leave* at 'J U6 A anl 0.1' M, Holidays excepted. Bijat-, North .leave at I A m, Beodays excepted South, irave at 6% a. Sundays excepted. Sta«BS, North, u, Duboq w, via Dewltt. Maqeo keta aiid Wilt'^n. leave the pennay ivacia Hou.e,l ue» days, Thursdays an" Satur'lays at 7 a m, N jtth, to Lyooa via I eClalre, pr'neetoo, Oamanche and Olln ton. Tue»Iaya,Th nra lays a.'.l Saturday a at 7 A M. Siunh It Arnold's line of hacks leave every day at Remember the Railroad meet isg At the Council Chamber this evening.— There arts to be mBttcrg of importance «lh cuaei. jpy C»ar fellow citizen Haviland is aH.ut to establish a coal yard at Bridge Avenue and Front street—near Eaat Daven port. MASO*TC.—The beatlst, Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Iowa, meet in this city this morning, and will be in session for several days. RAPT SMASHED.—Another tW We advise parties whose busi ness requires tliem to be out late at night, to provide themselves with small lanterns, as we heard of an instance of a collision on one of the greased poles which are down where crossings should be. Two individ uals got up as soon as convenient. EMIGRANTS.—Despite HOTEL,and the j.Vaaantlyaltnat'^lof any bouae In the city, mru.tii ling a vl w ..t tti- Mla.i.sippt, R»ck laland Ci'J and of old Fort Arni-troiiK. lMmilem wishing tJ stop iu thl. city, will And at VOLUME 4. DAVENPORT, IOWA, WEDNESDAY tORNING, OCTOBER 13,1858. of the muddy state of the roads, we notice constant ac cessions to the population cf Iowa. Some half dozen teams went up throngh the city to Jasper connty yesterday, wither the men have provided purchased tracts of lands and erected small but comfortable dwellings, and trade ample provisions* for the usual necessities of life. FOR ELROPE.—On young friend, Charles C. Harris, late Editor of the Nvtt, started for the East, with a view of making a tour throngh the Europe* an States. He will be joined in New York by our esteemed yonng firiend M. M. Price, Esq., who will bear Charley company in his tour through Europe. Both of them start off with the anticipations of having a good time generally in looking over the old orld. We wish them much happiness in their journeying*, and trust they may meet with good general success in their foreign trip, and return to Davenport, with large acquisitions of knowledge. FIREMEN'S BALL.—The UBS J0 V X»ocno MEN'S 1. vrsh 86 J'Hiee raft was used «p br hitting the Bridge yesterday.— It struck near the centcr and split it direct ly in two peicea. No lives loet, and no great damage done any way. NATIONAL DEMOCRACY.—Attention is directed to the call for a National Demo eratio meeting at Rock Island on Saturday next. The Hon. B. F. Blackburn and lion. Henry S. Fitch, will addreas the meeting at 2 o'clock p. m. SALE OF PROPERTY.—Mr. C. H. Kent, Land Agent, sold on Saturday last a two story frame house located on Second street Particulars we have not heard. In spite of hard time* Kent is doing a driving business, and he is just the man to drive a trade. tb RAILROAD Monday our members of the Independent Fire Engine Company, are to give a splendid ball at the German Thea ter in one week from this evening. In speak ing of this occasion we do not urge anybody to attend the ball, as there are those who do not make such a practice but we would ask that this company be aided in this par ticular, not so much to have a good time at the ball, but to raise an amonnt of funds to defray some debts of the Company. It is well known how the No. 2's have strag gled along and bought tkeier engine,erected their house, and that without any aid from the city. There is yet a small debt in their hands, and it Is to be hoped that the pro ceeds of this ball will enable them lequidate the same. It is due to th« Company that all who can afford to do so should contri bute a dollar to this entertainment for the purpose above stated. Give the No. 2's good encouragement. Associa^^impty ri CHRISTIAN TTOK.—At a meeting of tha young men of Davenport at the Congregational Church on Monday evening Oct. 11th, for the purpose of hearing a report in regard to forming a Young Men's Christian Association, Mr. H. H. Smith was elected to the chair, and Prof, A. A. Griffith, ehosen secretary. Dr. Ames from the committee, stated tha object of the meeting, and moved that tha reports of the (pedal committee be read. Mr. Wellerand Dr. Taylor made reports which were unanimously adopted by the meeting. Mr. M. M. Prioe moved that the reports be adopted by the signiag at tha rwalatioa to adopt, and than pressed to aa oganixa tioo. The motion prevailed, and tha gen tlemen present, about fifty in all, signed their names to tha resolution. Mr. Wickenham moved that tha Com mittee be eontinued and report a Constitu tion and By-Laws for tha Young Man's Christian Association of Davenport. At n masting to ha haid st tha minftn Ctafah Msadaf arssingOsi l«(h» the an- TO MAin SUBHORIBKR8, JIVE DOLLA1US FEB ANNUi^CITY SUBSCRIBERS lO CENTS PER WEEK. The Elertlon- The election ia tUs city passed off wery quietly yesterday. The number of votes polled was 16S0—a larger vote than was expected—end yet many voters did not visit the polls. The voting closed at six o'clock, aad Um jndges canvassed oatil half past ten, when they adjourned until this morning. Whfcii the canvass close.! the vote stood, Bennett ahead of Dillon 44 Dillon behind the Republican ticket some 400 votes Gif ford ahead of Crandall over 4*0 votes. There was a tie reported in Blue Grass and a report that Winfield gave 25 majority for Itillon Buffalo .55 ahead for Bennett. Princeton gives Dillon 136 and Bennett 67—Dillon 68 majority Le Claire reported at 100 majority for Dilloa, though not offi cial. The only official returns we have are from Princeton and Pleasant Valley. The probability is that Dillon is 160 ahead la the oounty. Owing to tisa bad state of the roads we are unable to give anything like complete returns. The following are the retnrve fraaa Fleas ant Valley Township: IitMuCR *Tti nsFt7Buaaa. Dougla* 45 Bstle TS Psivia 85 Csnell JOHN COLEMAN was charged being over charged with an overplus of home-made whiskev. John asserted tha this potations hfd been very modest,and that it was not his usual custom to drink to excess. This was not all believed and as lie had no visible means of support, he was sent up to the Graham House to board ten days. A. HLOUES was found drunk on the street —unable to walk with any degree of cer tainty—in fact he could not walk at all.— The policeman kindly chartered a wheel barrow, placed him thereon and conveyed him to the calaboose. At bis trial yester day morning, he was seat to the County Jail two days. PATRICK BIRNS—RATE, AC.—Burns was brought up before the Court chaiged with assault with attempt to commit rape on the person of a young girl in the upper portion of town. In addition to this he attempted to fire the house when the attempt was made. He opened a trunk, took therefrom a dress which he set on fire and then plaoed it back In the trunk and left it to burn. It was discovered and extinguished before much damage had been done. He was handed over to the Grand Jury, which will undoubtedly attend to his case in a very prompt and summary manner. It was al leged that he was drunk at the time. MEETING.—Few of the persons engaged in the political excitement of yesterday pause to reflect, that the elec tion ju«t passed is of trillng importance com pared with the vote to be taken upon the subject of county loan for the RailrcJ. When we reflect that the wealth,the pros perity, the happiness, the present and fu ture growth of this community depends up on the result, we are simply astonished that so much indifference is exhibited by the people respecting the loan. Many growl because the M. fc M. R. R., ask for so large a loan, and deem it an outrage that $150, 000 should be loaned to that company, to be expended outside of this county, and severely censure the meeting that acceded to the demands of the beggars of that road. To all such we have to say that no mea sure of great public benefit was ever adopt ed, without some compromise. We know that the sum of $150,000 In addition to the sums already loaned by the county and eity, seems rather large, and somewhat be yond reason, yet tha question now is, shall the whole project of the building of rail roads in Scott County, be defeated simply on account of enmity to tha M. 4 M. R. R. If the vote could be taken upon each pro position separately adopting the style of the vote, to have a joint vota, and we now go for the whole proposition for the gener al good, and we trust that all who live in and expect to do business in this eity and county, will come op to tha work of put ting through the entire loan, and thereby place the City of Davenport in the van of all rival cities, in trade, prosperity, and in a healthy and speedy convalesenoa from that torpid state into which the lata financial crisis has placed her. We have poor la borers to take care of, we have valueless real estate to render valuable, we have houses to fill with well paying ten ants, we have wholesale business houses tn sustain, a retail trade to revive, and a gen eral revival of activity in every department of business and how can we so well do it as to expend $325,000 among our laborers nnJ merchants,and by doing so open a new and rich field of patronage for merchants^ bankers, lawyers, editors and all classes. Open up Cedar Valley—throw open tha counties west of Iowa (Sty, and if naad be send a line of railroad up by tha way of De Witt to Maquoketa, and on the river to LeCIaire. In fact make Davenport the rail road center. If the vote ihould not be per iled by striking out $150,000 to the M. A R. R. and inserting $A0,000 to be ax panded by that road upon the bluff^t would please us better, and we question whether tha present State law permita us to grant public money to railroads to be expend ad out of the county, but wa are willing, ra ther than peril the whole pngaet, to vote for tha lean as am whstwn kifiR laRg liedi4. ie.»WEu^^«r.¥ Mi. COMMERCIAL. «*SHH Isikst. Ia ths DAvmrroaT, Oct. It, I p. •. We quite at HAT*—Dull O'Conner CnaSeii Rich as COIRT BEFORE JUSTICE BLOOD.—There was a small swartu ol ac eu^d individuals at tne Justice's Office yesterday morning, The first on the Dock et appeared. C. J. SCLI.IVaw was charged with drinking whiskey in violation of form of the law of this State and with getting drunk thereon. He was required to pay costs of prosecution amounting to and hereafter abstain from any such indulgence. lag. At Mills, for ths lag. Recei|Hs Mm thin 800 bn. rather light, bat fair qnaali I*, f4S0 retail, $S Ot#ft *. la to-day nominal st SO# atSS#4fc. shipping, prises ..jtJT f*T TSLSCRAPH. Msw Tons Ost. IS. PLBtm—Very b**vy,wtth a f»Hh*r dadta* of 10 cent*. Bales 8/100 bbis at a 00&4 00 for VMoaad 4 4S#4 66 for super Btasr 4 6oaA for extra Bute 4 IS tor oeatasn to good extra ••sen u 4 SO 05 fO I extra reond op Ohio. BVE PLOCB— «-Bll. Small sal** at 1 15^4 00. WBBAV—OontlntMs heavy and nominally 3c lewsr. Sal** IB^OOV bu common at for aalxed Wast ern. at TI^SO nt i* ri» od 8t Bi e is R-,a 85 Mil ar BJ. i» .1 85 lirske L' fflLK'Weil ss Vandevsr 76 Perioetl AS Dillon 67 Herb "74 O'Conner CnaSeii *18 Crsndatl Oidord 78 POLICE Rva—Firm S*ies a.00 at 76. Pax I"ii and lower Haie* 400 His at IS SO# 14 30 for me-s 14 00(314 25 for prias. BEB»—Iall and without change. HAMS—VJoiet and nominal COT MEATS—Steady. but strict* Sales SO hhds at Shoulders, Baaoo, deil. Wsnuv-MK. Flaw Yerk Stock Marked, u Nsw Toax. Oct. 12. Brocis—Quit* active but lrreeniar Proc-ss prfc ce* shade higher, bat market net buoyant MOSBT—Abundant and easy on call, &^4 per cent shirt bes* paper, STERLINO ExcBAHes—Pniu. 110 tor best bank ers bills. STAR E w 8 O RPST AMD GIRCULAi IMS LIBRART. We receive ngalsrly and for nil 11 HslHsBT M. T. Herald, Pkllad. Bulletin, Tribune, Otn. Oasette, Times, Commercial, Boston Herald, Chicago Own. Pr*ss, Tr*v»ller, Trlbons, St. Louis Republican, Bt. Loeis IntelliMD0er( Davenport Oaaette, Democrat and News. Subscription* received on the must liberal teras by the month, qnartei or year. octl 8. H. STARR, Agent. TO-DAY'S ADV'TS. A Card. Tha person who mslictumly put a stick In oar B*w iBg Ms eh lne ithe wheter A Wilson at the Rook Is land Pslr Jest before the examining Committee OMte aroand, did not probably obtain what they to mw dernredweTO^k the FIRST PBSMIUM the machine is too well known. Try again—but AMI orally. D. WHITS, Agent for Wheeler A Wilson. P. B. Ws took tha flrst premium at th* Iowa State fair. A Card/* AMD A SLIGHT DISCRBPAMOT. TO BOOT I noticed a statement in a lat* bene ef the Tfmm, a card of D. P. Whits, Agent, to the effaet that th* machine he sells, (ometlmrs, took ths pre ml am at the Rock Island Fair. if yon will look tn the Arytu of Sept. 81, yon will see the official report and list ot premium*, and here appears the discrepancy. In the fltst place, no premium was offered at all, while none rani* b«va neee sivea, we see a highly complimentary note in the oflcial report, In connec tion with the (|naker City Mewing KVachlaa* which, I suppose, applied to all good machines. It appears, then, that brother White's ideas of the honoralt4" are somewhat agne-shaky, bat his machine* are pretty good notwithstanding and the fact (call for the proof) that among oar Wednesday's salet was ons to a family having Whseler A Wil son's alrealy, but oenld nst mak* It serviceable, does not mtk« them w rs«, perhaps, but only proves the greater excellence of the Quaker City. By the way, I'll barely mention that we have just received the NUth invoice of juaker City Stwimg JfachintD, and there is a fine assortment for select ing from—three style, and a ditto machines, at ear office, corner 2d and Brady Streets. F° T. O. ESTE to CO., Proprietors ta ths Western States. ««p. B"—*'Mext." seplS-tf CND —A BOLD WATCH [ocl8 3t] OBO. 8. C. DOW. Notice. THE pnb'ic are cautioned Mtalnat purchasing thre* certain promissory notes, drawn In favor of John 8. Harris, dated October 6. ISS6, aa w* .hall legally contest the same. Bald notes were signed by 8. a. BBOSR, 0'18 Z. B. BO WE 88. latlraal DMteratJc SlMtlaf, A KB COUNTY t'OXVEXTIOH. rraiRI will be a County aad District Convention I. of the Rational Democrats of Meroer, Henry and Bock It laad conn'les. on Saturday the 16th at 11 o'clock A a, at the Oourt Howe In the city of ROCK ISLAND, tor th* parpeee of nominating a Representative toe the Di'trVt also to rominateCountyc®ssrs. Hon. Breckinridge ». Blackbern. Hon. Reary B. PM:h and other excellent speakecs will address th* meeting AH are cordially InvlWd to attend. BUSiklns will rommence at o'clock H. |£ch Mead, October 12, 1BS8. se» o n e o n e Mn E G. BOSTWICK WILL OIVB A OONOSRT I* TBIS CITY I S W E E K Per particulars ses Bssall Bills aad to-morrew'i HILLI 4 WA8HBHRN. BO. II RRABT ITRBIT. •eve reoelved their PILL ill WIHTEB STOCK OP Tova at Os^ristag the bsstpetterasta the Retuva Kark*U Cmmk iltrw. Mr the cdehrated FtftBBST «AK CtOK ITITI, Per the earl railed a k i a n i Por a good stove, snd a iteve that W U i i e i i n ran fOR Tl 9 he., Aa* a* to th* C. norm movmb OB •UM VAUWRM) •0.88 Brady strsst. vWlicc. DEMOCRAT. LATEST MEWS. (RT- TEUORAPH.) Fro* Wew Yorh. HEW it ractipia ol grata w*r* netted, at ta* bad state mt tne road* ia election matter*. we notice no cku|t la qoote- YOBK, Oct, 12 —Thursday Nov. 18 is appointed Thanksgiving day In Mew York. Bayard Taylor is expected home in tha (.Saxonia, which was to have left Southern^ ton on the 4th insL The chess match between Morphy and Harwitx, has resulted ia tha victory of the American, so jays a private letter from Paris. The steamship City of Baltimore is below and will reach her dock about S o'clock. The Democratic primary election lae night paeeed off peacefully. Frea Waahlngtea. WaSBiRotoN, Nov. 12 —Mr, C. W. Brad-J ly, from the U. S. Legation in China has ar rived, bringing the Treaty, Its provisions n^ree with the abstract heretofore pubiiab- Com. Chat Green hae been appointed Light House Inspector for the Buffalo de partment Nothing is known at the Navy Depot of the rumor of the chartered vessels for the Parsguay expedition being unfit for service as reported. Secretary Cass was to-day detained from his official duties by severe indis(osition. The new Senate Chamber will be ready for occupation at the next session of Con gress Com. Shubriek lad the eity to-day for New York. The frigate Sabine is to sail without de- U*- It is said Mr. Reed asked to be allowed to return home, he has made arrangement* with the Chinese Imperial Commissioners, for indemnitication ol tuerican citizens, for losses caused by the difficulty at Canton ami a portion of th»- duties at Canton, Sha nghui and Branchord, were to be appropriated for the purroee. Mr. Reed was ai'OUt proceed ing to Shanghai, and contemplated visiting the Northern ports of China. The sqtiadroa was all gone to Jafian, where the Puwhaian Would have her engines and rudder over hauled. Dr. Bradly brings an autograph letter from the Emperor of China written on silk, 2 by 7 feet in length and elegantly execu ted. Mr. Heed leaves China for Bombay about the 1 st of Dec. and thence to England where he expects to meet his family. Democratic JHeettn* In t'sseall Hall. 9BOSTON, Oct. 12,—The Democracy of thi city held a mass meeting in Fanueil Hall this evening, tilling it to overflowing. Wo. S. McGowun presided. Resolutions were passed sustaining the policy of the Democratic party. Addresses were made by Hon. Dr. Beach, Hon. Caleb Cusliing, Hon. Isaac Davis of Mass., Hon. Jeff. Davis of Miss. The meeting was of the most enthusiastic character, The ratifications of the State nominations were carried unadimously. The havannh Election. S SVAKAH, Oct 12.—The Democrats in tha eity election were entirely successful- Their candidates for Mayor and Aldermen were elected by a large majority. Fire In New York. HMW YORK, Oct, 12.—The extensive eta bles in Clarkson street were burned last night, with the coal yard of J. W. Bush, a butcher shop, a large packing bouse, a larre brick building used as a cooperage, and a feed store. Loss, unknown, but it waa hea vy. It was the wrk of an incendiary. LATER FROM EUROPE. Arrival of tee Steamer Indian Empire. HALIFAX, Oct 11.—The steamship Indian Empire, ('apt Countenay, from Gal way on the morning of the 2t*th ult, passed Cape Race at one o'clock on the morning of t|« 7 th in st. She arrived off Halifax harbor at 9 o'clock on the evening of the 9th. She has 250 passengers. She had a succession of stioftg westerly gales during tha aatir* passage. eBBAT BBITADf. There was tome expectation of a reduc tion of tha rata of interest of the Bank of England. It is reiterated that Spain is about to pro ceed against Mexico. The controversy between Prof. White house and the Directors of the Atlantic Tel egraph still continues in the newspapers. The shares of the company were quoted at £315o£325. Losixm. Tuesday.—The Freneh ambassa dor will leave Paris for China on the 3d of October, with the ratified Freneh treaty. The Gwalior rebels were defeated on tha 17th of Auguat They had 700 killed. Tha fort of Paenrce, after 30 hours' shell ing, waa surrendered to Gen. Gapisr on tha 34th A brilliant victory had been gained by 550 police over 4,000 rebels. FRANCS. The rumor gained ground that a matri monial alliance was on the tapis between Prince Napoleon and the Princess Cololida, oldest daughter of the King of Sardinia. The Minister of Marine had been to Cadiz to superintend the dispatch of troops and ships to Cuba, to act against Mexico. The Duke of Malakoff is to be married on the return of the Emperor from Chalons. Havre, Dunkirk, Diepiere, Calais and Boulogne are to be put in a state of defence, a port of refugees to be constructed between Brest and Cherbourg. PRUSSIA. The Bank of Frankfort bad raised its rate of discount to 4 per cent Bl'SSIA. Tha Iwaliit Ruut announces that It is in eomtemplation to unite Europe and America across the Russian Possessions. The telegraph now extending from St Peters burg to Moscow la to be continued to tils Ann tier of China. first Antral fcj the Oririul MW Mall Mitt. ffawa (teas Wnmmr Hlvnr* Oveeea and tha Plains. Sr. LOOS, Oct. 10.—The overland Califor nia mail arrived at 9 o'clock last night A large number of prominent citizens assem bled at the Pacific Railroad depot on the arrival of the train from Jefferson City. Mr. Butterfield was greeted with a hearty welcome from the crowd, and waa formaly received with a brief complimentary speech by John F. Darley, on behalf of the citisens. Mr. Bnttcrfield responded in aa appropriate manner, returning his warmest thanks for tha anexpectrd dsainnsiratioa aad cordial approval of his labors by the people of St Louis. Tha Basils were then escorted to the Post by a lsag proimdos of people with A tslsgWHph Una from Plscstvills *ta gait I*keOtty ia aswBaneed. inre to the 8th of September. hMn sUmish wttk the In* Ueat AJUanndsis NUMBER 291. Thn Navajo Indians still refuse to snrrsn der the murderer of Mej Hr.*»k«' servant On the ii'.'th of August a light oceured lie tweeu^ a small detachment ot troope under Captain McLean and the Indians at Bear Spring?, in which McLean waa severely wounded and six or eight savage* frjUfl Vha Baffolk Baah« doe. Bosrow.Ocr. 11.—The President of ths Suffolk Bsnk hss i-«ued a circular to the efTect that the Suffolk Bank no longer holda it*elf responsible fjr the maiatainanee as heretofore ol the system of redeeming bills of country banks, but that any bank wleh ing to continue business with the Suffolk Bank can do so. The famous horses Plonghboy, of Brook lyn, N. Y., Hiram Drew, Kthan Allen, and Columbus, Jr., are entered for the Grand Trotting Exhibition, to take place on Wedoei'lty tod Friday, at tht fair groo&di in this city. th* AlUntle Tsiatag*. TWrrr BAT. N. F.. Oet. 11.—7o 9*. JOHNS, N. F, Oct. 11— FUld, it'rw York NEWADV'RTISEM'TS. •Vfir Coal OW I'dtrtf, the 18th of October, I shall estsMHh a Ooe Tsrd on O N BTHEEV Near Bridge Avenue* Those who desire a Chi Quality Ctal, De'lvered by careful and obliging men, os the same Was as frotti other yard• will leave tbnlr ordeis at my offl''©, 8. B. Corner of Hm.-IV and 8evn1 ste ««li AI HI-BITS HAVII AND. Dancing Academy. ffUMAK. late of New VV Orle.l v wlrh --to inform the fJf/^you-iK I.flu* and (iei t'emen of |)a y'.vV^venlK(rt tt.»t be haa opened a Dan r:neA#ad.Ni\ at Ki. i- Br.nlr street, between Thirl and K.nrth street*, where he will teach the Blfiit fftthloiifcble toufi of K'haoDM. MonJayt, Wcdn^tdfty* •n1 FrMavfi far lAdt*** from fcto 12, a m— gentlemen from I to 5 fend 7 to 10 M. For throat, apply at the hall. pj-u NOTICE.—t. c. Polton Will will be St theoOce of Davison lr ie until th- Jti'h of October All noto- IQ my |.»Maaion, that sre anpiid sod paaseil dtie will be collected by law without further notice, anises the Interest Is paid aad the note* ex- ou-a Iterest A. C. PULTON. lYofice. HAVE this day oat *l: my right, tHie and in of I)rt)K and Apotl.e sry Store No. 68 Brs dy street, including aiy buok account*, snd author lxe all biUs In favor to be collected by Reger A Roeera. October 6, 1858, _oc9 J. 8. HARRIS. Co-partnernhip Notice. THK stibicnberi. have this .lav formed rCo part ter-lilp under the name snd style of Carroll A Oochran, frr th* trans action of a general toral liuslnees. DavenpiTtj October 8, I86H, W. L. 0ARR1I L, 0*»w COCHRAN, Mot ice. ALL per.on. kLowine themselves indebted are rer noted to WSKLVtTATEl to me i n Pett|.. tf"-ir accounta. sh juld any unable to pav they will please .ettle by not'', on before the r-1 day .f N Jveir.t»-r, so that I may be i nabled to .titleall clalnjs against me. Dsveniort October 9, i-6«. «10 JAMBS W. CANNON, Gax«tteand News copy. WmU Paper^ Watt Paper* THI IE8T ASSORTS BBTV a e a i i i a s IB THE W ARB NOW OPPRRBD AT •War r&rk Coef mnd AT THE »WA ROOK Room, 60 BRADT STREET, 50 Call early snd make your aalecUons," flaw Is tk« tlae ta Bay Cleayl OcIO lm] J5IO. HAHDI B, Agtat. trusteed Saie. TFTHERB 4 8 on th" xth day of October, A. V v l^6t, Olsna Asmusii Wle-e executed onto Baas nel Byive^icr as Tru?t-e, a certain deed of trust OSD. vjln* to said Trustee tb* land tn Scott oonnty.Iewa described a» foil iw,, to wit The nortb half of the north-east qsarter of »eri ion naBbrr thirty-Bve (R) In township a-venly nine ,19) n -rti. of range two (8 east of the 5th Prln' lpal Mert^iaa, Which *«id con veyaas* waa made by the ea:l Clans Asmum Wiese for the purpose o' secarUiK tke payment of several certain p-ctuieiKiry note* and the interest thereea, (igneo by aavl Wlene, dated the S*h day of Oetober, A t) l%65, and among others, one the sum of one hundred dollS'S, payable ia two year* fr*m date, with intereet at ten p» cent per annum after matu rity. And nowthe above devriUd note having become due and payable, aad tbe aaid Claua Assasp Wless having fatlsd te pay the same. I, Samuel Syl vester, Traaiee as aloraaaM, do henky give "j. public notice, that by virtne of the power Which 1* la me vested bv *tld deed ef Trust, I will, on Saturday the aicth day of November a P. ISM, at the hour of a o'clock In the afternoon of aaid dav.at the Court Moose door In the city of Davenport rxpeoe and oSkr for sale, at pflMk anetlcn, to th* highest bidder lor cash the parcel of laad above described, or se mneh thereof as shall be siBelnt to satisfy snd pay the amonnt of -aid nota.wttb ths Interest thereon to tb* day of aale, tecelher with ail th* xsti aad i ms a I attending aatd sale, ef this notice and Troe'ee*. fees. Bated tbe 11th day ef October, A a UM. SAMrBL BTLVBSTBE, fe12 T'Bates. W A E W E E V ANDEW ATER"S Baccatly laipraTai Jaaval TarMaa Wlieel. —ss, lia. 81 Msalh Clark Street* I A O I OFFER this Improved Tatbias Watsr Whesl la ths publli with ths fnUset osaBdeace sad sasn rance of Its SlVERIOBITV OVER ALL OIBKB Wain. Without an exeeptiea (and I They give a very iqq. Tbay ar* wO ta [and have been testel in) Mills uf all desertpttoM.' Rtaady sua* Valisrn lytad, Aad are w*0 adapted te very high as well ae very low heads and tails. They w«l w«k well In fewk water without aay nateriu lose ef pow.r, and ate act troahled with toe, aa they are aet metis ef ths tsrehay aad discharged undrmesth. It wqdiw a ef Sssslag te get at s high spesd, butltitla set ep, aad rans apea a sSrp mat la rap a Ms ef rWdiH a pewer ef fr« 18 te 88 pat esasefttewaelefevered the wsSsr (seaerdhnte the Sagrss of SaUh of ta* wheel) nndsr high hasda aad Mb. anB' Wl«*tT ITATl DIMOOBAV is rrsusaan nntv TBI RSBAr ReBBfBa, Laaaa, cuta Tvn. AT 88 OO PSH AMMU18. ZM ASVASO* •alas cf Adrertlslag ta the Vi One square (of 12 ||nm) «*h additional One Square one muntii.... s ill m-inths threr *1* Dinntli*,.,,,, one year.. (he cult an,c*| year.... 1 2 STOVES. 801 TCIIB 8TSTB8 Ot SMITH A REMINITtN »R0 ARR BBUIMR •t Tf 12 BMsLABS TUAM WAS MrCM MMFOJUC 0JVMBMP UT THIS MAK nr. summcBi HJi mTEM 0 MO. 7,816 WO. 8. 818 Mo.», Tegdher with a large i Pttrr Cooper, Aett Yotk:—Nothingwasdone with Valentia either on Saturday or yesterday. Signed Dx SANTT. To C. H'. —Have srrivod here and leave instantly for Trinity I^v Signed ~c\ W. LIMIT, Operator from Valentin 00«R ITSVEl, •ad s good ssseetsseat ef u i o 8 o & 9 At ^responding |«w prices, we have alas a lame in thi almodl «myirttelitettv 0 I 8 E V I I S U i 1 I E Which we wn sell at MAaa VIHU PBION, SMITH a RRMINQ4M sign of the Big Tm Rattle. 88 Bast Second street. SO.nEYHi.VV JVMW I IN TUB O V s a DKLANO'8 PATENT COAL ST0IB8, BESIDKS the(rsat qualities they tsveacsanaS with sU other stoves, we cia n so great adiee tate over s1! that. Ins end of puttlug tn fresaaoal oa| t"P of the fire a- in other stov i it i fed |B the bottom, ns- |U ui y all the miuke and gaa la ran-* Suraed IB petting tnrousb the live roais. eating Greater Amount of Heat and avoidlin the filling of flssc and the dtssgresable nmell of Oa« li. t6« iiwa. For Parlors aid 9t re« where light good* ar* kept# these ,t.,ve« are lovalosM*. sr.d partcularty ada|t»| for Leaiiiig Pr int HaII*. wncr« a large amonnt *4 pipe 1. i.qntred. We have three aura tor stort* aad on*for parier*. Every stove is Warranted t« give Per (set SnttafaeglM. Please call and examine th»m at BMItH A EBMINOTOH'S. ocidlmo £8 Eaat Brcont sire*. mill Good* Heiivered Free H. A. WrPPERMAIIRI, •BADV kTRBBT UROtEHl 8T8BB. GBMEBAL ASSORTMENT OW SROORRIMa aad Provisions st Wholssel* and Retail A Freak SMRMO mt Wedaaed Pftesei MOLASSES A v/ sr/ti'p.f, Vas ef ail Mads OeMkas, fine Old JCec and Meeaa. Rio, etc goad Bauer, nrine Chesee Friak BeWlj Byrnp of ail kinds) wWt» Pepper, etc IhgCsB.1® Pesried Hago. Macearoni. V.rmiceHI, PesiWd Bat ley. Split Pea*, etc. tew Raisins, Pigs, Dates, Piaass. Qrapee, etc. Cunmdm Himp ond llw grwh, AtemgMe aesortment of PRB8BBVED FRUIRB^ Jelllea." Jsm., Pickles, Cttanpe, Laa Pcrltn**, Worceetersbire Sauee, French aad Baglleh HaeMsd, Spanish Olives, Capers, llerbs, etc. CHOICB WIMEB, LIQUORS AMD 0WAB8. S oca o me m. ANOTHKITL A U AID OF Frcili 4lracerl«a JTgfel MUcHwed And tor sals at the lowest possible dgsre, at ar. «#. wvw*ERMdjrjr*9i This a lock consti ts ef freak Mafara OF ALL laDS, I i i IM81 E N IVBCPI, W. /. MO LAMMS, Bis, Masses mo, LAOUTBA AB*0.a. asms Cafreci, AUO JTuts, JVBBUB, -is m- CHBSBB SALT, A*., HB, All ef wklrh will he closed oat at at Whelaeals er Retail at rvaiartaaly low Ssurea. 1 sRBMBS'^ rubtic wui sail and xamms my gocds sad prises ke* fore psrshsMag slsewhere. ?vi4 M. A. WUPPBRMANM, •BABY RTHFET IT8II, eeS Oeraer Brady aad &th sib B. a. RBMRR A Z MWMS, IfaUacartefl, Ckealata A ia||lif Mavtag porch ss ad the old atend, !i MB. Bnidr BII—U Bsg Issve te eollclt a akare of pah lie pat hepe to sseet with a eoattaasass si the si tng the mast ifiurr ATrmjtTWOJT aad sBotksr IbHw efiai inSsha. Otsshrr 8,1888. e*480 tl* PifileUB't prtscrlpUoas!^