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DAILY STATE DEMOCRAT.
atacsiAU»*«* mil.
rmirmrr .*«.
ISAAC M. TAI.MK.S, P. ». *i A O. R.
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lit) l»l. I -..v
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ortvii'I urn
i i n in a i r..
On* morKK-
day
Two day*,
Thr-- lay*,
F"ur day*,
•Ol*
109
las
1U
i &
«w
*•10
400
F'*e
day*,
On« week.
Two Weea*.
Ttre» we.-kr,
A-irci ti.*?neata
Mi »f»,
Two irioni!*,
Tl r-* raoritM
toi-r .tithe,
Si a
1 y-.ir. tii. change, ltOu
aquare. 1 year 8i00
PHYSICIAN'.C?l*RUtf»W
7*
JfUTltk TO ADVKHTItKU.
l*r*e eatschargedoable the HOC dinu mines ef
lgp«.
!,* lytd alver'..aeir.e:iU ocahalf mo
ft thas
.al ratea.
Vea-.y advertising ontracU will b«* undcrttuod U.
Sl'P1/ rt the lots'-! aw ljuslij-1« the adver
».. r, in I »ll ..ther *dvwrti».fn. nuaeiit toy tba ad
vartiavr »..i be O.tirgeJ cxlrs.
A Iver,, »esni .t* tot ac"t:i .Vi't'! W.t:i .-i«tru-Sk.lM
Wil twitiser'.e I unlit forbid, -i.'l charged »cc .rtliogiy.
s for a» afi I v at parpocea 10
Seeted tim' of cost, thereafter charged u
•l'.«r ol.- r:
!rj« abroad mut he p*11 for
9irm'i'j in a«f»un'» 'nie»* fr.m approved Ageula
t'intra *ler yearly aiv-rti iug t"BiM' at Hit
o 'I u a Iran\ rt, Ih'-v ta *n
|"T 'it »n th" '.f *. priw
AUreri',» in»rrl"l w *t to rearing matt**
SO li^r t'll. a o:. aborc and krpt on tu
aile. ib vi lvanc 'n r,H':.»r rate*.
A A:v«rti»emeu:.3 (utut L« paid far IS
HIOJAHr.S IN* *K3T, I. wa StaU V*si--*rtA.
u
n. .! i v i i,
II*ii\ *. wii k
t: »t
fH. KvTi'ng ll'Wi
CA11DS.
J. PAMKKR. M- I».
l\i CIA S ASH S V It u K
JCi 1^-.ah li*iir». *»tts A
Hr.J.
Orl i f.withtbcm till i
tl »ii.
11E K V H. Af«DKR-«»5l,
TTOHS'XT ASH CISSEI.!iit AT I.AW
AT
v
|I»H H.U t, bavcu^ort, I wa
AM Kb T. I.ANK, J. StPU J. I.AKk
Atiararj-a and Caaaacllora at l.*»,
OTir —Sr"- i and B. C- :timtr lal Bi k. t'. «-a-t
.1 ..it I Mra)- -HB.
Tll lRIN'iToK, ilKf.WN It AKMdTMUNti,
A i iHsr.r* ii'i rt. Ravtnii'H I'wa
K Nl k iiU' BK K,
Jfll
K B*OH ».
j: .1
inoaik 'T' n
A
8 -c«» -r.
ritAK.
:u- i of lira
AN I» OCOI.TST RRSI-
dene l.» nt e H^uv.-, nSce Krankiin Biuck,
routu So. ap.ftairs*
uri-S-i"
J. VV. H. UAkfcK, 1. D.,
PHYBTi'IAX
AM" {.l it.KOX —OFFICE— POST
Ori'iCK BLOCK li n» —North ai-le if Fifth
str- i, 6'tWffn *t: 1 Pe»ry. ,ta:.&l itf
V. YMI HKLL,
ATTORN'KT
AND Cor.veEI.I.OR AT Iff,
I.-i*. 't. I. -.-.A.
«#S.i .. :.t 1" .k, r:. Main an Sec
ond .t:.v ttf_
C.I (». I\ U 111
I
ATT.iRMkY
»I|I,
AKD t',) 'X?Fl.l.(ili AT L',W.
N tary I'ui iic a^ mu t-si .:.er ,.f D—da for
Kfw n»! ip-h.rc,Vcriu N w V ik, tv aimy.vaula
an I itiio.
O tut—N rtb-W e»t r:.vr „f Main and Steaad
(treet», UAVvapurt, low.. (auR litfj
illtlll.V &. IMIU,
ATl'lHNKIS
AND C(i"NfcKLI.ORS AT LAW
AVI'
ITARIKS
ITMI.l
Office—At Ms-ki A O-rbla'* rx hanf* oflw,
Davtr.^irt.
IO»A.
WlLUAJt 1UI.1..
ATT.lRN'KVd
Mali :.
EN.-
V0I1MK4.
W
It) 00
Larr'r ehirpi) at Iht rut* of $1 for each
B4.IH r.al a-fiare.
fr,r •ur fea'.f .-juare two-third* of th- above rata*
Ba*.!"-** *r not to •*. ee«i Slii.ea $H K per an.
t- rvti »n additional rh.rge of Hi CH
p. I iar«- wil. br made.
ABHSTaoM
Hi.raHaN. 1iij CoramU
0*sn' i ii. i !!»•», Will. I"
f„nwn» A I Fine itr -t, «.» V »rfc C-' Jak
Tu.jrsnntoa, rrer. A.a Hoi Jaia- (ftriar.,
MIL'*
«,!• »*, At! ... I.eC'alr.-,
Ka| t. ,. tip rt, tvt«
I i»€i I wi»14
IT. MR!-., ..»
ATToRSK'k
vamuoaa,
I'l NEK A US 1IOSF.N,
.1 a-id V.I" 1 at I aw, and Nota-
ri- s r.I- in A!IK a«»tn• tii .srfrOtk
Fire In*. Cu., Ilartft.- «, n.. Capital «3P0/lM
Olty Kir ln.C •.,N w U»v«i,
0!K LrCialrp B' "k, Pavinport. sei'T
IIKIDKHBt.f K A
MAN:"FAtrrilEKH
at
r*i VmatH. »:.!(-- t, h« left at their
ru1 ati'l linn'•- tr*
Kai: jr t»arr«l» bouglit la ..actaaw** Vtm
auK-l[
HAS. K~ PI TNAM
ATT.tRKKY
N'U
COrN8EU.OK AT I.AW AKD
N .'*ry Office, Nj. 'Jo, DavaniMrt'*
h. t, M«r: ir' a
I RI.DI IIIlK R.HU,
tl, KVi.lXKi it, AHCHITKCT A*i! SrFBR
ISTKSUKNr. Al» T-ati.'
U
ClKNIRAl.
oolBtl
«fi:0. F. Hi Hit! i.l^
ATT
1RNKY AND C*»l"SSKI.I.OR Al I.AW AKD
tiuaia:»-t. aer of I»- -if C--t.no. ti -at, will
pivc i.rnBijit *n1
f.'ire'ul alton'.l .r. l- the eoliec ton of
Claim*, convey an- cf Real Eitv.e, exac.. ug tltlM
and aii other k i-flv...'bu, '.rs«
N
••'••t^At'.
MALI. itllK*».
AN'» Coi'SaKl.I '1K:I. N'OTARIKS
Pu-'lu 0 .ti .i* i a r- o- Uet i f'-r Maine. Ver
mont. Hew ti Ma-«»ihu-'-nt-.. New Yuik,
K'-w J-f«, lV!ia».viva:..a, Vug.uta, »:i T-i:n*«
*-. K- ntr *•. 11 nois sad N» c-.M t)*nr* N
-JS
aoBtt uf CJI* A Sar^RM'* Kai.k.
July lit, INV«.or juul-dk 1»
Dupont's kmpowdf r.
i BRT.IN, Agent. Ofllce—B. S. Rafresi Ol
a fic*, -rry tra«t, beiw««B Second and Third.
Jar.-20 in
A I A D.
THE IOWA BOOK ROOMS!
WO. to BRADT BT^ABF.T,
Htwn 3d aad 3d street
a, WcM tide
Davenport, Iowa.
To:
TTE r.*..-.rr.*«r, .^rifinal former arid proprietor
thta w i. kx.. »i. an! ret^fire p"p'i!ar ea»
tab i-huifCt. l.a- \'W' -e 1 i« iUht, title, i^t r(*t
and cood w.l' i tachel thtret... and in^rderwie.
diic,' th» »t.'i », i .• !. ri*'k'»i* dowa t'i- p'tcsa to
at. low a fl^'irc. a. *|ii in.ure f.elr sit 1.-
The o.tix ^cf Davenp»rt a .d vic:n.:. Generally,
are in .-tte! t.- «!1 atil eai uln" th- k b?fv.re ma
klnt Shr .i tav parchises. U well Ml -cu-d
and c. ray rt- one of th« beet varietl of
Books Fancy Stationery
Wail Paper, «#«,,
to he toad in the West.
01ARLBS ADAMS.
C. A. new alao »noprietor af tAa wkola ps«p*rty
FRAKCL1M SLOCK,
on Br*-1y «t!*et, an«i offers for rent, tAe Farts now
va-»Lt, vix
One Bt-.re, nett to Forrest's BntMing, and *evera
ottces on the second hjfe, conveniently arranged for
ba-ia»-«.
Tbe cat i on Is known to be the beat In tha dlf.
-at taa Iowa Book Rooms.
Ap.
deriiUw
For Sale.
Aof
BBATTTIFCL. well finished, Bri-k Dwelling,
Rocm-, O liar, Ki ch n and -tabl«. A por
lioo tb" p-ir-hi*-" y wa, balance on Ions
Hat or a pari in aaixtiirovei land in Bcjtt Axaty
would Le taken at a fair :ce.
AL3
1:
Several Frame Balldtng', well finished and well
situated, to s«U on gowd ttrai or eacAanse tor mtt-
ALSO:
£j lavtral trarts at to* iaad in vtrtoas Farta of the
OeaatF,w**Uon reaaaaahle taraa, Mi leaf Uaa.
s*r4
«»'t- mm lltfUuAtifAlAIMll.
ARCurrecruiin
jIBROI.I. A HHA^r,
AHCII TFCTS
Orr: Z—Xi. I u»:i, ttoamd «Wf
oc»-tf »t.t Dartaport. Iowa.
ALEX. kUJUCT.
HUITB.
KEI.SEV A fr.'.11'I'll.
FomArdiofr& oiumi sIod l«rch't8
Colt.
CvMMEKCIAI.
IAIKT LOCaB, MO.
Jjrl7««W«
K. w. ebAi'V.
VM.
aaacu.
K. W RK D1 *ۥ.,
AoctUi 4 rommi^ioB nf-rch»Bts
i -k^hi* rikkjn,
lla»en9#rt Iowa.
*\V*
Te ire
k. !id» coada «a Mnumifi""
Tf an.l atUrrfl to 111* i i»-»l aiu ji--ra-.ua!
p.- j)»rr:y. Ail »-:.t»a^ted u* n» will l»
tr..u i UT attai.avi »iid tii- pro et'la over to
ri«. i ili.- 'v ol
IavrD{ iV. tf
JOII\ I AKUUtNIi
CfyOCIt
ati'l Watch Makfr. id '. Bcxrat r,
Iiu8t9i«, No. t* HraJy »U e'., l»a*'
I .«a.
J. w• ,ry mi 'f »r. 1 |.i!-» U
J" ,ju vtit In S|. nw
'.t* at reaainatls rate*.
I. C. KAI-!", K. 1. '.i I.AW". M. 1. fAM'EW,
Land Agc-Dis, ktfAi Frekers,
r0I.I.K( riuK AM' TAX A'«SNT3.
(iALI.AVA V~I IAN DF.RI«
ATfOkM'-Vd AT LAW.
Orrica—' Pl' i Kn'ru- cf, teT,«lrc Hall.
Li: I LA IKE H0I SU,
CoRNEil »F MAIN" N1» HX ONDSTS.
DAVf:IOIIT. IOWA.
JOHN KICIIEI.BRRQEB, Pro|,r,
D'.B.T TKL :MNE,C1 .1. r-p80
Bi it*i* iioiki:,
CoUNKK OF IOWA 4 FlFTU STREETS
DAVKNI'OHT, IoWA.
m-h22 t'
OTT HOI ME,
COS HARRWOK
NICHOLAS fclll\l'*
HAB
OF I'fitK AND I HAPUL-
.it ciural
urn r. .a.
•. IT. S
.•UV.i
.11 .1 I' -rv.
M. »1IKEI.I It,
ClMSliSSIOS
AM)
I Me* bant. (Wh.. *,, A
Bait Mmufat! jry for Ua.e-»t«
PROIirtl
W .- X-o-11 R. R. Depot, Hav -t-u:t, I *.1
a-.'.'
V\ i OI.K. M. I».
arrivet f'.ti tin- Batt, with the flaact and i flQX
lar«*. tuf
Imported and Domeatlc
A: II S
Fine Virginia I'luu T«»l:tccos
Plain and Fanry Pipe^,
cat
A w! r'. l.e ff-r
n it nler? at Fut rn prlre*
c- !t tf a l-t-1. cjl Eiisii-i: it an In
!tir»meiit t» irrhaaer* to :ect (r .m a li-(re and
vaMfl a ft ck a* can t* to ar.y house in the W' tt.
t'-- i'.v o'a Havana, I woul ri-c- miaend
a t. j»«r:.r au-ek,
Finer than aaythina rver olferad la tfcla
Vlarket.
ir rail and ex n.iie,
•SI
the Sy-acti»e
neldht' r.nK
J,)HM L. SWIT8.
ITT'T AT AK
\V I A OA*0,
Real E^tete Agents and Collectors,
.Loan and Insurance Brokeia.
IV. Y. SLW TIAKKH,
HOTAEY Pl BLIL ASI Co-JMISSIONBm OV DBIM
F'ja M1NM.OTA
OIIICE MCKol.l.'- BI.' K, (t i' STAIRS.)
DAVKNPORT, IOWA.
CMfldc Abairart* of the Titles to all
l.auda In Huull ounly.
niv!9-dkwtf
V. E. BAEBEK,
Attorney at Law.
Fhilalali-la.
Notary Public,
Davenport.
i:. BAKBEK & O.,
NO. 9, NiCKOLL'S BLOCK,
DAVEHPOHT, IOWA,
ASb
At No. 23, KOLTH THIRB ST.,
PHILAnELPGIA.
Bt-V
Pt .'• and Locate aod Warrant* Boy and
s. al K*t A'e 'n C.-iu::.l-!-l n: U an Mon?y
OB Re.i! K-ti-e S cr.rit* Fav T«-" -in Ml»»onri and
Tc«a MaSe Ct.1 *ctu ns v.l a'leui laiihtnlly tj
al Obtiti'-as entrusted tj tt. car
KHtkS'dBi
B. P. r.ifjr*s, E-i PhilaJ a Bar.k. PhHad'a
Me-sr* -i A B*:es.
C. Col-man, K-q "b'*' Pi ik, Baltimore.
1*. »iba-"i, *-j. Barik uf Baitlmi.w,
a.r- Co-.k Jk SarpTt, r9v ».rt.
M. nu.li- *»q Bank Mi-«url. St Loot*.
TKKTH
BXTRACTRn BT A NSW PKOCUSS
witliontoccaaioumsanr dc-ljy i.r talc whatever
(J I 8 CHKSKBROlfcB,
Denial Hiirucon.
OFFICR— I B.-ck. I'-rry, between 3d
ar. i «tb streets.
Ha».:I- «'mp!eted arrangement*, t1" 's
ncw
PtrfunniPaiskt 71
ediciaea,
MWtS
TRRMS—in
PT'*
par--.! t.. extract teeth by admitting a *Ucht current
,.f trur.t a-."r-1 -tl. tt the time of eztrac.
:i. t:, thereby al'.ayin* ail v**n attendant njon *x
tractlnc by lb'- ordinary m- tbi-d.
Tkopatlent has a full knowledge cf what Is pac
ing. as
1 tber* ar« int th.«e efl-' a which are oftaa
aciioel *'i-r ha.lr.j t^th extracted by tha aa* of
O'Joroforrr. rir t^t Freealag process.
jrivsaif
U n i o n i u S o e
Ifo. ftS Brady street,
RBAR THIRD ST.,
E O E n O W E S
Fit re Drags, Ueniise Medicines,
Physician's Prescriptions
ACCURATKLY CoSlrOl NDED.
Wine
a
sad
Liquor*.
RIGIR A ROWIR8.
Park House.
IOWA OITT IOWA.
fr*TTi« Large arid Cotnri..dion* Hot ha? T- ^n asM
A the prc-pri-V-t, th u.-hly r»paired tcl reno
*a td, neatly lur:.i?t.el through '..t, r. iht b-»t Ban
ner. wit"-! fPBIXG «EI and I.1GHTEI. WITH OAS.
Nr, w.L te «jarej m%k tie PARK Hir8E
the "A No 1" Hi.' se th-- Cit It being mu-h the
larg'--i«i.J °a.ar.tiy Mtu&te a cestra! location,
on the Cjrn: ol Jiffer ,n ac.! Du u^oe rtr-ets, near
the C.'o Park, with comf .rtableatxominodauuna fur
Two Hi^nlred iae»t«
cntornlty t' the times.
Oood anJOapaciont St»l licg i".
ach'^1 to tbehooae.
J, TRt'BDELl. Proprietor.
•ov94dtf [F rmerly of the Tr.u1eil Hoaae.]
BraUou House.
T^HK
an !er*i?ii,d wnnld r'-sji-ctfully mf.jrm his
fi:105 ai.d tbe traveling utile, that he has
op*.v thi-l.oce hnfl in l.e CWIre. The ht'ose it
iic.1- w and funiioh.^1 with all the convetiiencoa
of mob nhctel.«. The table will be supplied with the
best the country aff -rds.
bis experienos aid large acqnalntanee with the
business in the We*t, it a inBcient guarantee that
his heaso
is the plaes to atop at when yea ease to tha
aiwof LeOlaire
Saeks laaeatheAratloa Knniat|
•hum
S I I ])KM(K'KAT.
1
Bummh, MHMnr IMS.
I JOCAI Affair.
MAli. Aiti". AXOt i'S.
SAITIRS But (Sn*-:»y
I
AN'!' (.iil-IMT .*°T'
'XI-PT*".,
K'LITHTKM HAIL, T'a
arrixca daily
at a »3'1 if*.' rii:»i«ii..!i' *.
Waaita* MAIL arrive? oaiiy t*IU.ia»- ea^-ytf
wa r:,.t.sa i*ar.d»j»»*"-pi'djatb m. »«,
i at
I
Mcaraifis MAIL, «la D*wl:t. Ma r.ke:af Ac.,
arriv Ta«» .»»«, Tt:.r*:«v* am! Sat-jrda* 4. at 7 i
e »f Tuealays Thar-'Jaye and rund»j» at 1
M.
KOAT IE»II M.iii., TI« I.^C.al"', PIINEOOO AN1'
I'J
elo* time t.ia-w
Tbnn^laj» a:
.1
•AILHOAIW,
Ra»t. 1^-ave at
9 A
Those wubir.g toatfui b-ir namealo tbeC artltu
tion ai'l By l.swt of th* Scott C^atity
LEGAL.—'Oar friend Patton hnving
retired from the duties of the County Clerk i
shin hai onened a law office as will be seen I
f.y his card published in another ec lum.,-
what may happen
W. BARBER,
ONK TRAIS.—By advertisement it
will be seen that on and after Monday next,
there will be only
one
,,
^•Wc unicrbt:inl that one of our
heaviest mercantile 'firms are making ar
rangements to enter into trade with the
miners at Pike's Peak in groceries, provis
ions, This, the firm referred to will
doubt not that if the mines prove rich, there
ST. LUKE'S CHURCH.—Besides the
regular service at St. Luke's, Mr. Powers
will deliver tbe second lecture to young
men—at seven o'clock. Subject: Religious
Tendency.
Whatever may be the condition or moral
tendency of the voaog men of our city, none
are so perfect that they cannot be benefit
ed by attending upon these lectures, and
none so immoral but who should not esteem
it a high privilege to be present to bear
what the preacher may have to offer on
the occasion. The young men—as a elass,
should embrace this opportunity, Mr.
Powers is acknowledged to be an able
speaker, and wa trust the church will b«
filled not aaly to-aight, bat on rrarj oata-
AKTICLE
Ly-
ooa »rrn da:l} ("U'-'iayi iccpt' a) at 7 A a clo
i' a.
RifKf.av flaoTE a-rl»'« Toetdajs and
Pr.1i) at
HT.
a and
5/0
riw. i ketaat..! rleave the P«.a-.vaata n«^M«i». fre-idei., to provide in the aba
Bp&ft, d*j-, Ih'jrMJtys tl* .Stii.r«Uy» »i
A
O I I. I ll l»i: V14M A I S.
Ium'«Tat:r
*.•• »»ra» with Jjtn T. K'r.-- B-q.
Otti
K
1
Le ai-e R.w. rimriy ifflceof l»r» ponding Sec'etrry, to correspond wita ai.
Kuun'«.ri ar-i A :i r. other similar aesociations, and perforin ail
*u-h other datie». as he shall be reced
tJT A Ur-r assortment of binnks i
3
jHTTLe ice in the r:\er, though
preseing forward, is qnite thick, and will
probably gorge below town iu& rhort time
M-W Potatoes have advancej to the
flnng little price of out dollar ptr buaht1.—
Rather an expensive 1'ixury we shouid say.
^-#"Tlieru will be several sermons
Jt J. Humphrey, Proprietor, preached to day, which will be of peculiar
AKD FRONT STS. intereat to .1L We advise everybody to
attend at least twice.
t'W There was a pretty steady in-
0
jrrain yesterday, and trade in gener-
al seeme 1 a? active as could be expected
during fuoh cold wea:her.
j!#*There was a putty lar^e receipt
of hogs coming into town yesterday. Messrs.
Row* Hyde are doing a pretty heavy
business in thct tine.
FOR
1
RocK lsLA^-fhToid Folks
rog house.
one
train instead of two,
running between this place and Iowa City.
The time for leaving for the west is 9:05 A.
M. Arrive from the west at o:C5 r. M.—
Travellers and buuntsa men will pleaae
bear this in inind.
IIOG STATISTIC.-.—3,lu0 hogs have
been dtcssed Iter-: this seaeon at Rowe's, the deserves,—A'.
price paid for pork.—A'.
1. Comm- rri il.
...
streets for some time, leaving different por
tion? of the wagon in various places, they
finally brought up on Brady street, oppo
DAILY. IOWA STATE DEMOCRAT.
TO MAILs SUBSCRIBERS, FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM—CITY SUBSCRIBERS lO CENTS PER WEEK.
UtMi KATR CLlu Mee,in A
fftEtMHl.t.
D)
a. 10 a ai. "se* ai /. a an-l 6 m.
E«CTB*K» ri.. f".:rn B. Loai» anti Bvuth-rn Hit*
#nrl, a-»!»--« daily (fl-oaday* except--J it s
ci y a a.
-IN!
Horth»rn I'1-
I-uj\cn»lic party to perfect U rsanira-
fro,m u ne lut'''ue the a iati,JD or Lxe"
1
of all kind^, at thia ofl'ce. Cal. and eXALuine
them.
cutive Committee.
Ai:T.
V. The duty of the Treasurer shall
be to receive all monies due the association
and [my the same out at the order of the
Executive Committee
AUT.
VII.
AR.v
crying "take him!' Two el.ots were
fireJ'
but
mi?"ed hiftl-
*nd
1 Is
,10rse
It has been said that ex-County Clerks have McIck-
only one step to take to go to Congress.- ,wh,P ,Th*
There is a precedent on record who knows1 ^DOeked
on,y
ll0"e-
down-
site the Post Office, with the fore wheels, an opportunity, is entirely willing to earn I
which clung to them through the entire per- his six huudred dollars. The Council, "Al
formance. The race was a spirited one, but
wc think no one was serisusly damaged,
CHo.cK«
eveniu!?. at which time the otamittee «a corner of IiiaJy and Third alrevta. We
organization reported the followiog-plan: wooid #ay to ""r fritnd* who are in want
The object of the a«* ciation »hal! U th« u.ii aiil be found to be a deii. able i laca to f'«
adiancunenf of the political iuU reft* of tbs u
ur
l^r each and t'.erv eltctiv« otF.ce to di^- ,,
.'y free of charge. Call and .^as aotn
at. i at frequently a* poacii.).-.
e«.fiiil.ate »ouul oliticil dK-tfarid per
etnate a thorough oreaniia'.ion.
1. lif_'u.ar niectiiit'J ahall be
held otic* a monili annual inrcting* on the
first Monday cf Ser'tvin^'tr. The iiiettii.g?
held at «uch lace aa the execuliw
Committee ihail from time to time d» sigtir.le
.-
11. The otlioars #hall conaiil 01
A
President and Vice l'reeidint, Record:ng
Hl\ a i«a«n» arr.ra* Ta.^ »yi, T:,ij«daj» 1 s^crelary, C.-rrei'Jiondir.tr Se'iretary, Tr«-d#- 1 latbatfc at A Mi tM at1 7 "'clock M.
^o'VAU., «rn*4-*,DMc».?Iyi aad
ur"r
c.*w -jn.e •*jy- at 7 a if. i all of which shall be elected by ballot, on tlao Aaioctaticn. wH pr»-a.'tiei o-i Si.n 1*3
1 I the tirst Monday of September of ea-h )««r. i lr.f 9 u*t »t 7 'i *, Rev u
T&AVfiLLtB'S OUIDS-
N-T to ..
Ljotii Ma I "tJlalr' Pr iiC«'.r. Ca*ria:tch.- avl 01:n- '''«-^lde^, and pert'TIII his* Uutl.-»
loii. :cr'.ay .Th at. i jalu itay- at A M.
Hniltb a Arnold's Ineof hacka !-av-- every lay at
i
the tirst Monday of September of ea-h j«tr. ir.t* 9 lrat at 7 -i •-*,
AUT 111. The duties of tiie otlicers
SHALL
be a: .ollowj 1
hat of the l'rc.-l.lrl.t to re
aide at ail meetif:j?s of the A«*Mation. de­
SBI..i»» -x'-pt'd W at. le^T'a ai KO6A tf ai.d 3^ti
M. lay] -xc.-ped. tide q!Ke!
'.'JIJS of order ap-1 glV,- the casting I
fliion. North, t..ft'.).:.q-.», via Pewitt, Maqao-I vote in ns« of a tie. That of the Vice
sence of the
ART. IV. The duty of the Recording
Secretary to keep a record of all the pro
ceedings of the tthAoculiou, call meetings by
or 'er the Kxecutive Committee, or at the
request of ary ti ve members of the a»? ela
tion, receive any fundi that may be collect
ed for jxilitical pur(o!»es. and to pay th^rn
over to the Treasurer. That of the L'orrea-
ART. VI. The Executive nimitteeshall
call the meeting* of the A?so iation, exercise St'iSARfl.
a ce: eral supervision and superintendence N-w Orleans Sugar, li '-ml-for oae'o lar,
of its affairs, and perform such special duties Prime, K
i i i a u a a i e W
as the Association shall from time to time .. cianB-1,
reijuire.
of the by-laws or arti­
cles of the club may be amended with the
consent of two thirds of the members pres
ent at any regular meeting, provided tlu
amend.nent be offered at one meetini and
voted upon at the next regu'ar meeting.
The name of the Association is to be the
ScoTT ColNTY I)mc BATH Cn li.
Moved that the Secretary be appointed a
committee of one to secure names to the
constitution and by-laws.
Meeting adjourned to meet at the same
place on Saturday evening next for the
purpose of electing otBcera.
DAKIN'O
ATTEMPT AT
ven anJ
Rock Islanders. We trust our neighbors
.„ was returning to Hampton from Iowa or.
JOHN A. (iASO over the river will give them an overflow- ,. ... ,,, ..
HIGHWAY
ROBBKRY On Tuesday evening last between
"'d'yk/
of Hampton, was attacked by three men
when about two miies above Moline, as he
horseback, whither he had Men on baai-
,,
I ness. The men came suddenly upon him,
W^teneJ
The
•^'P^radoes knock»d the
and thfcD to pwure
who
M»*
but t,,e tLird 3truck Lim acros8 ll,e Uok of
the head, felling him to the ground sense
less. When he
came to
J. Cummrreial.
only packing house here. Their average
weight haa been 200 lbs., and the average HAVE WE A CITY ATTORNEY I—
i have a City Attorney, who is paid by
slaughtered average weight 210 lbs. do the people the sum of six hundre-1 dollars
weight 120 lbs. Last year 2700 were! We have a City Attorney, who is paid by ^weSe^^
of lard 2^ lbs. banners this year have i Pl!" aiinum, to act on bthalf of the city in ta't. V rth at,! Sf.at',. I
sold their hogs unfatud, to realize the high suits to which tlie corporation is a party, I
and to advise the council, when requested ga*e,a!*otcproou/etiokeubeforttakinghe-.r *eauia I
as to the legality of the measures proposed N^B'" Th-
KCVAWAV.—for oxerciSC, a span of hy th. m. This o:F.ce is now filled 1 v James I
horses runaway with a larm wagon, yester- 1. Lane, L»p, a gentleman who has done hu-g. w» ne
day afu-nioon. After dashing t! out the very little except to write out a few learned t^iR-i? lLad^!Chl•
which seems to have a constitutional objec
tion to doing anything properly or economi
cally, will not, however, g:*e him a
chance: but because certain Aldermen have
private ends to gain, they have created two
Deputy City Attorneys, to do the work of
Mr. Lane, and to re -eive an extra salary.
Some few weeks since, it becoming neces-
probably do, should matters continue as hat certain macadamizing assessments
favorable as they appear at present. We
be collecteil
,)y
raan IiuW
will be a chance for speculation in that u u n n ...
(»eorg^ L. Ilubbell would get the appoint
ment, introduced a resolution authorizirg
the Mayor to select some persons to make
the collections. The resolution was passed,
but in this instance, as well as with refer
ence to the Bridge Attorneyship, the Alder
man's high hopes "slipped
THE COAL MUSS.—Messrs. Lowry,
Thomas A Co of the Carbon Cliff mines,
refuse to sign any miners' papers. They
say 'hey have never attempted to reduce
their miners wages, but have always paid
them the highest market price fv their ser
vices, consequently they will sign no pa
pers. The Coal Valley Company, which
commenced the fuss, has got about enough
of it, and has at last ct.me to terms, regard
leas of "suffering humanitj," or the chari
table endeavors of the ladiea.
an attorn,y| AlUr.
,fclli probaI
v with the hopC9 that
up."
Messrs.
Hall and Guiteau, are both enterprising
and deserving young men, aa j, if any such
appointment was necessary, no better se*
lection could have been made but while
we have a City Attorney paid to attend to
these matters, they should be left to
him, and the tax payers should not be
compelled to fee other attorneys to do his
work.
t3T It has been sujnrested that be-!
fore Mr. Kissed
oe
permitted
is
prepared, and that Mr.
DAVENPORT, IOWA, SUNPW MOKXiXli. JAXTAKY !). isr.it. NUMBER 72.
huc«iKv-we
.. meeiiug of the Ictnocr*cy «ulio!J«n reader* to the ad*frtU« of the
•t the office "f the Police Ma^i^Unte last known greetry huufe of C. Shipmao, Raw York 1
arkwt.
1 .- 1, .. Fura—•»» a1*auf^i
of a go.-! article at a reasonable that
a§e*. L^rse eale#, »Kiall profit* Ca-.
u 1
liin to auotaiu the regular aoiiiina:ivi.s of and h' .-ral dealing the motto and cci:-t*nt
the party, ai in ail ca*r«. to in»ii! Ufon th practice of thia eof.eern. AS1 order• prompt
NominatiBgrt:-Jiiver.lionniakiDgr,oniinatior* i jy fit]tj
a
,.j de'ivered in any part of the
RI:MUIOI »Tiri.
Dn'. a Frajer M- i:i» wi.i be li
8uua5 ai 1
o'l^cs j- M. 1^. t-tryU dy en,-.
v. Mr Liverincre. of Cbicas», (t'aiT-raaliat)
will j.rt-a'h a"
W#»l-y
a,,^ Kx^iutive Cooiidittee of twelve. IAe se\t atra^a U.'ore tit Vv-ung U-*'•
the Pr-t (-van
Hurrah lor Pike's Peak!
ALL
who tnt-nd gol: i'it ,i r.x. prlnf
had better ociue to
"Miairkeye »%lore,"
T- i«t th'lr i.rtilt. A Ik'i'Uof (Jr. rW and Fro
vuuna may ih-rc be '.ti*. ia aoa^'tti.-•, lor c»h
1
Fresh Lot of £oods Just Beceived.
M01ASSE3 AND SVRI'FS.
Bflcher*(i&.!dea Byrtt^, K O tf- ia-i-as (B
Fine Appl' ^yrup Mola-rea.
FA 111II V
E N O V 1ST 11 It S, aiwav- freah.
All art r--» -. .l a-.- warranted to be m* good as
can b- i ^Ld i» tb tty. i
A 1 O -.ls 'o« r- .rati' a"HBCt, DRLIV2RID
I
,KKK
«^f«ded himself with a heavy
Wh° ft^roaehtd
down 8nd
CHABOi:'
he
JaaB-lkw.r t. S. MII1.V|AN.
wmrKi AHRA^«.ETIE\T.
»»»sgered the second MiflfliBSlppi & MiSSOUri
Trait ,-i h. --g tirr
Uiej t* -i l'.»u I
his senses his horse
and the highwaymen were gone, and his Miucatiue, C-.l -:i' oitv, w«-tirig ,.ii and Iowa
pockets were turned out but as he bad no ^Vxp^lndMau'rVa" It'0*''
money about bim, the would-be robbers did
not make much by the outrage. Pursuing
his way homeward lie found his horse
Suspicion rests upon several persons, and
steps have been taken to secure their arresL
It is hoped these highwaymen will be
caught and punished as their ecoundrelism
A GAY IKES f-r January, 1559 another *cp
HOI SE TO I.KT,"
Tbe latt n'w w i-k by I!i-Seti-, r'c- :o cent* pub
Usher p'ice, & re:.:—j 1: r..-c
IV'-(l
IOWA BOOK KOOVIS
Ko 50 Brady st:e*t, :i -"..ors no^h Fr-»'oSlc«.
Jai-
OH KT.KS
ALBATHRU
HEHi.M*
K.
ba re.
quested to writa oat answers on tbe same
eondiUoas that an raqoir*4 of sther taaab*
Wea'tro
Cba^l, rry re«t, next
Cbrla-
i.lay e*ea
U Maaoa.
TO-DAY'S ADV'TS.
D. PATTU.tl,
ATTORNEY
AT LAW
crap)
COFFKK9.
Fr- en Roaattd.
Prlm» Bio,
OldQov Java,
OVN Java a&D Rio.
TBAS.
Oolong,
I«rerf»l.
foocj UyM*.
FLOra
Joha»t n'» B'lckwh'at do.
FISH.
FjokW Herring (N- 1) tn.h,
Mackerel,
K« 1 White F.*h.
SALT.
Salt bv the barrel.
SOAP.
A Salt,
W\i"r 0 E Soap,
Brows do
a-v"un«
COEC rt Company go to Rock Island on dl"V"6f Ti!"' I FRri'.
of Messrs. Rhodes. Lawson and Co, Potter
Tuesday evening next, tc give one of their ..
fnI«aBalat*lauust r- c.) Ca-ra..ts,
i o a o n w a s a a k e v e e e n V a e n i a i f.ri
Jg" fi.r yourfelf. «CS antedeluvian concerts to an audiei.ee of ,. 'MR !j Ftun
W),,i
,L-V
the name of tieorge .•reck, in the employ
of Messrs. Rhodes, Law
son and Co Potter-
Cast'l? Sf ip.
Traurpare^t S.«p
OIL.
I Whale (for tarnlip,) e hant.
A -s n' *5 l»r el Fetch's (r.i
B' RNINO FLUID, warranted u Mini a:i not
tia k».
WOnPEV iM, WTI.LOW WARE of all k!ni*.
ChriHtmfH
R. R.
tw-iv mir-
*'Mr Monday, Jan l" V 1S89,
and
until
further Douce, tra.na wa, leave L»a veiport,
A
id Bxpren? Train, at 6 *u
Train* arrive at Davenport dally, (Sanday*
oaoop
tedi aa follows:
rimmiAiT.
st Birr*-* Train at S4S
Tr vf,- run by Chrn? time, which I*
twelve min
a- fa-ter .i.an r»Tt- r: tin-
Aii
train* ."i: of Tav-Tijn wi.i m*ke oor.n--'t|r,n»
Waahingt'in and T.-.wa City with
TV.c- Pi:«engcr Tra n ev.-inoct.' at K.-.k Isl intt with
Chlcaao Ik K." k Itiand Railroad rauie f.r all pointa
Mr .re
r"n
r.-.'A MI fai- th*Ra*t I
"ftiM •l,Ul
#u
tVf*.
Found.
Port wi
,,
conttlr ::igaanedol-
Ur hi I, *oont. in h«nge, and viLer %rtic.--aof
greater val'ie, which the cialrnaet mil llentlfy in
order t- g-1 the prup r:y. Require at thU office
u-S i 1
I0('.\«s MEVS ASSOCIATION*
UEV. J. P. DO.\LLAM,
Will deliver his oecoad lecture before the Associa
tioL on
WADKBSDAT EVEKIVO, JAX.
12, it O'CL'K,
AT
IQetropolitun Ilall.
STBJI-"
EGYPT AND
IIOL.V LAID.
Tlrk-ta for th»
COBTK.
e^nt*
Jan3
$- •»). Slngl" ticket*, 16
IIALT.ET KII.BO'ttK,
Ch'aLec Oom.
MACIIIMvS
FOB 8,8. AMD 14 DOLLABSl!
The i!A
VPIoS S* WKR Iht Miliio*,
Aws'ki
PKHFECT MAC1I1NB which thread* itjeif
wtii as the mr »t .^r §,Te aind
Any lady le.ic In :lv^ n.lii::t«8..a cbii-t r»n m*»
It with-.-j !iffl"ultv—v. work.- w *.h. ut toi-e and
will rw any tt-rial—taa U»" ebei to a-,y table,
an either enar"- fln-th'e&t :r any lized ap^i
[4ncarried
w u
to
"ftiywher"
,!1 -t
take charge
of the school in h'ub-Distriet Xo. 2, he be
subjected to a ri^id examination in the sev
eral branches which he may be called upon
to teach in said school. The propriety of
such an examination will be seen at a glance.
Of course we would not say this man is not
competent but then it is bnt fair that the
people should know whether he is or not.
before he takes in charge the young minds
which are to be put under his cba. ge. Will
the Board see that a card of proper ques
tions
c,nn"t
4 nt of or,w
andean
be without icor.T(.ri»»e*. *d-
•el) «r Hr'TOaiKtiB 1ST
djlph p'.r'i't, Cnl"*yo, or
B-N
IS'-"*
M. B. A reHab e Agei wanted for the of
be-e kl acbloM in tbl* oountr. Mrt-lai
Davenport Institute,
MBBTSo'clock
t.il fiirt i:er not ire ia T»n every Snaday
at i v M. in "bii'.y Ba 1," Ho 56
Brad- ureet, Utween J-l ant 4t 1 Admission and
ipraktig fee tc»rdiiii to Parliamentary Enloe of
tbe Country, loaay geat em«n
Qiction for inveetigation euuday, Jaanary the
9
th 1S59:
Retolvtd, That scan la niinri'Jv eoNl.
D-t I.AVGKR.
JaaS of C- in of FubiicatiaB.
Tn
n-t,-r ...ir \j LA K s N E VV S
ls
V TCI TUHAFLL.1
K«w Toaa Jar. 8
^r
w 4
.,r
iu|
nMl
..
W(ltf)
\I
-dJ
5 M».,( ?m »or xt'a.
a%t KLTII-I'IUO' uailn.j
IV. s
WII SAT L-
OAT—atialy at 3 c.iZA fit State and Weetera.
v I n n S
Ton* —I ower »nd .ju i- wtlre. Sale* iOI'ft
C&atcfc ai j' i.'.l n t" -f »cr w m* *e IS f,i
f*'pr n -, n, .ttr.g 1 O li |rlm( fur March ai»!
4i I. 18 i5.
Hi xr—H.--f Uw, 16o0.
Bv ru—Iu 1
Ct MBAT»—Kiraer UNIN btu city ca*ed
ham- at a
1.1RI—Bnnyant. Sale* 1.100 bbU at II
Iii TriiR-St-vly ir Ct*t«i 1M#£0 for
Obi
i«rtr—ju«-t t.nt lina
Wiiisiv—n :i a*.
o-ire-u, »tair«. in tfee
bnl dtrg -trii.- riy occupied Iv J. W. WU«f,
W-at bee uu t-e-1.
Baiivna latrcaud to bla care jt pttnctcallv
alien tj
Oaven xirt, Jinuary 9, 1-jS». Jact
Holiday Presents.
LAHIK.-
»-„HK BuXCf AX It 1A-K K TS,
Olor .....
Bcr.t-intan Va»'-«
T. rtr. ••h' II ib,
'!»t Gla -MC-
«,
Wjteti S-.!i!-,
ftrVM
Mi— r~ fa-mi Ft per,
8- !t n ti and THal|PllM,
LtAM' nretalnie Ca»r«
Ladles Card l'a-e-,
Snufl Mtxe-,
Fock-t C^!tl.'»y,
Ivuiy Tablet*,
Fepirr Ma-J.'- B, x»«,
Brot fe»*r H:an U,
And many other i:#*f»] and urnam tt. ar irim ai
prsrrlate tu thefBhon. OHflOoD.
n. H'- t. at -e«:
HO! FOR THK HOLIDAYS!!
JH.STrare
KKCBlVKit HV THI I KUtafU.SfD i
(if and e gift b.-ok* ani-'Dg wl.1'.
are
Vppittcn h. Co W..iU R*n. wi..- W.m.w, $"2 "0
Stri'b r-l (Jai'i-r-., I
Ie»bj A Ja(k«. In® -r? vf Featr*, at'12 "0
'j-^epMn" G.ti -r 1
At! ?«•»'.ci-ir, 7 '*1
Bntl'-r li Co, Gtil- ry I'ot.. u*F 5''
g.«h'li B--1I r^. n
St.mf. rd & Oil inet. Lay* V th- L.n-1 of Ltithcr, 7
A| [net'ins e.egaiit *.-r e- of Ih- l*. earh ^,0(1
And a ti"-t o' other e «-gant br.k*of alienee?,
suite! t« «h" ttni-s.
De -emb. 17th, IsW.
VCO. W. I1LI.N Ac to.,
dtcl^ N li, le'Cla:". R..W.
New York fomraftstou Store. I
JUST RECEIVED.
rjVHK an^Kriter I- j' *t r- -elvit.g large addltloaa
to hi- «to' of Maf lwar..
OrJeraat Wtiuiaaaie aud Hetaf promptly filled.
C. WA9HHITRN,
nnvtt dlw VlekolU' Rl rk. MfV .nd *tr*Mt
School !\oliee.
Afl'Bl.lC
am .tail. w.i. h-i.t at theSch.ol
II ii«. in Hu h.-tri Nr. ..n faltirday the
8 fi iaat., ui t. k A M. i e !iriK»«(.f exam-|
liii-.c apv-'leants for adni's-l n itt ihe i ity lnt ru.e
diate School. By O'd-r the I
Janti HOARD OK DIRECTORS.
,\otiee.
Tn*
Sab'Tli-tl :. f.f 'he Ilawpo-t *i,d
C- I»r VaI ey Kb! anv will r-ni»lB
in. n ai lie mce .«f D-: T. J. S.ornlerj, in Po«! f
t',.' r. k net' do..' th ijo^rat Office, untl!
Satui'Uy, February 0, 1^)9,
E. CO"»*.
W A N
Jan5 Tn. J. AI'NIRRS.
TiHr*
7
Toy*! Toyal
is
lomiitg*
PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN,
PRESENTS I- 1 F.VKUVBODY,
li. Di:*»r\ni:IH.,
Vwl SecoBi Street, 40
BET. MAI^« aid HIRRI^i,
HAS
a *TJ1!
»TO-K
of a.L
KLDD«
f.r
cheap.
05 A
Train wii: '.f-iyv Daveupjrt for Cblcagodaily,
SWD
•ay» exrept-: a.- foiiowe:
Ist Ma: Tratn. al 9 5i
r-f C.iillr'-n's Ty
them Sold very
r»-cM cgw*
C'tiiictma** Cailanly
ann.iT B.iittirfi.rs,
IB
FURNITCR*,
DRT
A.W,
.•I Mali Tra.a, at 736 rs
raoM tm vm,
1st Express and Man Train, at S 45
«ichUarr.0.
a. R, at thr Jr :i i. :t, tr»:n». n il,e Pitt*- I
&
ooons.
BOKKET8.
LADIES WEAK,
AID OTHER ARTICI.E", i
TOO Nt'MEKOrS TO MEN'TIO'*',
,.T
I E O A S O K U S
X.E W
Aictioi aid omw!ssl«i Htore
XO. 81 HIIADY STREET,
Bbt.Foi-*TR AKI KII TH, I
1! BA v PEL PAUKi. t, Ans .on-=r.
HARPER FOR JIM 1RY, 1S59,
W1I.L
Cii-»c with i
M,
opinions upon the subject of Juige Grant's i JTF JOHN" K. THAT, 'NPT.
InjUDClion of ... cr t.o ««,: but «U. I
we doubt not, if the council would give him
3°Uth'r"
an1
-ivb:S*n
ca*1
br- r-c-iv id lo-diy or Monday ne*', at.d be
toldailb?
"KBW TIMES" TRICK OF
FIFTF.i:* (EMTS IIA I'll XI'.UBKK,
At tl e IOWA B'0K HOOJM, No 50 Br»dy etreet
N rth 1 the -t., IKv- I
e.S CflA'tLV.s ADtMS
l*raiiil Ciilt flOiiirrprise.
TUE!f1.ilowir.son
a:i' for tale at
magnificent i.r'perty will he di--
tr -it. ain"0g th- n!»-r* v*iu- '1 at tt.rte
XI. .Q^ar. f.t '»r«, tlie 1". da Jav.ar", either
at :!.c Le Claire Bail or tee (j im:. Tt .UT, Da
vnyurt, leva, aubtcrip.lon tuketa, one doUav
«ach
1 The th'.rwhbred sialllon -utt Alrey, 7
yvar- «'d P*diiJree- TraJ'ti^r, h* bjr
lc.pt. M'-rc'.r lain—C •. "ilo, tr.- bT It. L,
8 .-Vca-, cf K keo. N• f-nti.»r
pa.li'u tl* »e»- Turl R- «i«ter. AIi- I i*
ijtiai'.'-d by any .t»- !n th (Sxttl
co-.ntT. Refer to 11. Leunart. Sheriff,
Jon:i Kil ion, tt »«. Bake, at.'l othera. who
have c^.te tbe of tbU horae. Val .ed
at few
2 Vhe thori.uBh hte.l itiliii.c I.trk :i, t, -«ra
«'i .,h%lftr th-.-rioK -n -ai« n.an re of
th" br£ riieroir' "f -lay Pelt»r.'e of
l/- in—bT imp-tried Hiit n: dam—ty
lr. *tee. fur*.h»r pifticLlar- s».-eTarf
,He*^t-r. Vain-*
Sb One five year i 1 t»uri itn u!» nani' vl
i-on F«.r v*«tj«ree v.r.t.n:*- *i. AmarW
e»n Sho-t Horn Bo^k, pa-e 17S, entry C"S*
Value MO
4. On- 4 y.ar .'1 i !. ». rr.'i ped-g
I y lari .o lam—»y t/id Bo«trn. Va!u»-.. 400
A. (loe 5 ear u' 1 Devon bqil l.an. ficorge.
Vala W'
5. One 4 y.-ar oil A'.rey fl. (y. Va.u-*.. 1M
7. One-ipan'*h J,ck, 5 ye*-*ol t. Valti-.... 1M
&. Twe-fnl' bi .J.1 Uu-tara C^w*. Value.... 100
Jfo. to number 30 0— a gift attai ned to
coch ofthe=e naKb»r*. N\. Blank*........
T^t'l— $3 0W)
Th»- Stallion, La km and tirit Al-er to'yk the
ftr»t a: t-cind r-minnu a« thoronsbbrei ag--d
gtalli r-. r*. hel,w. Stat- Fair i:. Is 7*
Th' »ooa- er.terp'i«e i* inductwl by a o rm!tte«
of gen'itm-J wbo are i,:irely 'is-.n'-* ri-ti wl. ch
wi 1 »'-cur-to'ach and evy *utscr!b.r »ri njiial
chanr". It la Jii-tlft'y M. ier«to»d that till* |a oc
1-itt -v.
The ab jv1 c-txk can be *een at all tlDT* at Dak
Creek Parm, "Ocupiedl y I. K. Allen.
Ticket- can be had at the Burtu Bnie, at John
Atk'n's iri 'T, at A. Bill Jew-iry Store, o(
K Allen, or el'her of the und -r-ignel. A uiit
Vat.ce of on- d.llar to tbe Fre*klent will ensure
ticket by return mall
Tbe number* drawing the prta' will be pnUiahed
Sor thebeoegtcf pa-tie- hting road
O pri.LUB, PrefMent.
1
Hoiue Wanted.
father of as lafaat girl, whoae mother tll'd
•one w«rks ilnoe, Is de*lroo*
of finding a flat
ly that wou be willing to adopt *ncb a chud Tba
father Is pair aad aaaM* to girt hi. «h Id proptr at
Brr r-fctffrriy'gT^itnu9*** ftT 1
WM. II.I.. P-eretarr
FRA^K PICKER Treaa*
Davenport,Iowa, Dtcemb»r s. l?Se.
On aciannt of a la*ge n .ml•* ticket* not belaA
diepa-e-1 of. the drawing of th" at«ve eel' rr rise will
he iMMiponed until1 J*t of February, IMS, when
i wl tnos: as^ure-t y come Jaal
Silver Plating.
•WWTTLLIAM O'MBRA ha* removed to his hoaae
TT ea Locast street, where he wUl ooattaaa the
81LYBB rLATlKfi BU8UKW.
I ar
xU4
5 jo j# nr fair ru a Wait*:-,
1 fo* rf.ua.1 ii 4 o.
•i-ca—il awr.
-H
«bM«at
••a.-Qis'-''. 2 »'.* %i2 If Ji«n
fc- n'
tHiii-St'ady ar.'l utirhatitad- 8a'« 14 U00 bti
at ?•'C'.'«•» Pt iiof I 2» for Mel
1 'J., W-.-'r I an'lla!l,
ui- i bat il'm. Sa« T,fi0 ba at ittc fur
TIUCI
KAMI.)
C—araaalaaal Prererlli
VMBiveron, Jan. N-^anate aot ia eee
aion.
11 -K—The S|»eaker laid bef««re the
lions a me*»*ge irons tlis President, en
chnifig rep rt-1 Iro-n the Secretary of tbe
Treasurv «t' i
P»*#
Ma«'er lieneral in rel*
tion to i'«ru .irk and ivamaev, alleged
alrogation of iheir .jnti^cl lei carrying th«
mail via V«r.» Cruz and Acupal.-" to San
Francisco.
Mr. Nichols, of Ohio, said the Eexcutive
officers of the government have refused to
carry out th«» Uw. anthoiiring the 1st Comp
troller to a.ij i*t the dainiige*. He thought
the reasons *s*ijfi.ed for th.- rtfu.al utterly
ltidef.iiiil.l-: it wits a hi^h usurpation of
p^wer, which it became the d:gtuiy of C-on
grena to resist in the most efficient manner
it was import..rt to know whether Pureao
or Cabinet tdhcers have ti.e ri ur lit to make
Iwws lor themselves he wanted the .ludi
ciary committee, to examine and re|orl
whether any legi-lation *a nec««wiry.
Mr. ilcuetwt), of Alabama, said the former
Attorney'ieiieral give an pinion ,-nlverse
to the claims, but Mr Wlutley declined to
yield in obedience to it, taking the ground
that the law authorized him, a? the First
Comptroller, to adju-t the damages The
present Comptroller, Mr. Me-lill, was* gov
erned by a similar opinion of Judge l'.uu-k,
that there had beeu no violation of the con
tract, and therefore there could be no
damage.
Mr. Nichols reminded Mr. Houston of the
fact, that the law Instructed the First Comp
troller tj carry its will into elfn and con
tended that the Attorney (ieneral had no
power to prevent the execution of the
laws.
Mr. Jon*». of Tennesa-e, understood that
Congre.-* did not decide, whether damages
were claimed or not, but contittit«-d the
Firt-t Coinpt:oiler a Chanceller, to act upon
or determine the cn.-e in its merits
Mr. Phelps, of l'a., said the first Cotnp
troller had no right to set up his judgment
overall n't of t'onifr..-*, which he, aa a
Ministerial officer, had disregarded.
Mr. (iroei/t ck, of Ohio a* an effort had
been made to inflift ceu'ure on the First
Comptroller, invited au investigation into
bis conduct.
The documents were referred to the
Com
mittee on -Indietary.
Mr Van Landinghain. of hio, reminded
the Hi use of the fit that tl.i- was the an
niversary of the bat' le of New Orlaan., that
the Senate hil set the patriollc example by
adjourning over, and lhatfrom his informa
tion ougre-e bad not sat in seasion on aueh
o.-cafioii lor fifteen ears fur thi. reason he
tnoved the Hou-e a ljourn. Adjourned.
A'lltticnal to ^ttUnUtu't Sriiate. Mr.
Shield- «|Hke in favor of a Northern route
to I'tiget Sound, setting forth ita advanta
ges over all others.
Mr Iiool.ttle move' an amendment, that
a board of three Engineers be appointed to
survey each route to the Northern Ceutral
and Soiithern and report capa iilitic- and
au estim te of the expense of each for the
next meeting ol Congress. A new feature
in the amendment iftli.it alternate section*
of laud along the route shall be ened un
«.'er tin- Horn, stead I.iw to arttiai aetllers?
Mr Tr urnbud speaking iiotnim iiy ol the
P,i'*itii» Riilroid ipierii .ii i li-i t' M-.
I vers
o. s -peecli i.f ert rday, he took notice
of his I Iverson'-) ,al!fs-i•[» to the ['Ilia is elec
tion and denied the claim of modern demo
crats to that honored tittle, he (Trumbull)
considered them mere survm»rs of ..'rate
whit'^ery, he went into a hi-tory of th- i s
and projrtss of the Republican pf-riy, ai
agreed with -\ir. Iers..n that they would
go on progr»s»inj uniil they obtained power
and admint-ter in nccordar.ce with the true
principles of the Constitution.
The Senate, wit' out taking any action,
then adj iirned, on motion of Mr. S idel, to
mo row being the anniversary of the battle
of New Oi leans.
From .'.Illusion.
WA-IIINGTON,
Jan
7
WEEKLY STATE
The Sec-etary of
War in resjM'iise to the ei '|uiry of the Sen
ate, has enclosed a letter Iroiu the engineer
liureau, statiig that tl ere is no lmd in the
immediate vicinity of N. Y., which cin Vie
a[fro[iria»ed lor the use tbe Reserve De
pot, but. the extent of d« main at Sandy
Hook niit lr pr,.!. il,!y admit of a portion of
the South Neck for such purposes.
The corresp r.det.ce b, ween the Iiriti»h
H.iv. rnm nt and Mr I »allas, called cr t- da\
by Mr. Sewar.l's re-oiution will, when it is
furnished, exhibit startling facts in regard
to the continued ahu»e the American
Flag to cover th* slave trade, and show
that the Yacht Wanderer played a promi
nent party in that trafic, on the Atrican
coast.
Senator Douglas ha« accepted an invita
tion to
A
public dinner in Hiltimore, at
which every county iri the state is to be
represented. It will take place at such
time ns wil! suit bis eonv, nlei.ee.
The Senate has re elected Prof. Racheard
Ex-Senator H'ulger, Regents of the Smilh
ftoi.iui Institute.
NKW YOWK,
Jai.
8—Tnutt
!60
Wotfiitiyton
Corrf*jtf'iil-iire The President ba* sent to
the Senate the nomination of Town-end
Harris now Consul at Japan, to be Minister
resident at Japan.
At a Repubji'-an caucus there was a gen
eral understanding that the bill the ad
mission of Oregon is to be opj»osed, while
the English bill stand*, with referer.ee to
Kansas. Mr. Thayer of Mass, was the only
man who dissented.
(,'vuritr* rorrt'j-'jHtlt nee.—Tbe agent of
the Panama iron masters ask specific dutirs
of f'i per ton on pig iron, *1
0 on railroad
and 15 on bar.
Steamer, sailed.
N'KW YORK,
.'an. The steamabip Fu!-
ton s .iled to-day at noon for Southampton
and Havre, taking l'-' passengers and
in specie.
The S'ealnship Pacific, cl-o sailed for t.
John*. N I-., tiilawav
i n i: K
AT
E a 8 I a e n o
a^HRId,
«uh»' 'it er* havtr.? p* rcia'd of 9.
a are now pr- par to r..l a.l orders
E A U A S I
Oar *U-ck c^Drltta of
Brassed aad 1'ndre.eed Fleering aad tldimg,
Clear and aecond Clear Boar da.
PLAJTC, TIMBKR, JOISTS, BARK BOARDS,
Lath, Piciett», Shinglet, dc., tc.
Also, 220,000 feet of **wed Bridge Tlahsr.
East Daverport, Kovemtjer W, 1S68.
_nor23-dS-* ALL1V* A WU.L1
Blanks! Blanks!S
Warrantee Deeds,
Seeds of Trust,
Quit Claim D«ed%
Tniatee De«Kl%
Mortgage OWdl,
Ckattal
Attsobasnt
fMw of Attorney,
Original Kotioaa,
Juatioaa' BUnka,
Bhafiflh Blanks,
Cwiftaalnpa of Jndgmsnt,
Ooaatablaa* BI—f.
Baplana Bonda,
ABi alters lea aaassrra* te asartsa, al Ita
•f At! IIBNIAV tWIOlf
WMtELT ItATI UIO
i. n auaati. near
tltllPiY MORA an
oa usat, (tut
TYPE,
•SIM
AT
BOO PER ANNUM, IB AM
eg ASteriltlai ia IM W
iqun |4 13
lin», nw
«ub irtMf
g—1111^ v n nth
tw«» rifHltk»«w
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p«r» pkkai
BA1tlET,
ia ao»..a r*
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AT TH* BUHTI8 HOUSC.
MONDAY EVENING, JAXI:ARY IT.
TICKKTI AS
te had at Ih- Baev* W ff|.
St *«, and l'i i -m Hi., -r
A raa«Mi
COMMITTEE OS l«kXll«Wf T*.
FRRP ROOFS. HARNar. 1 I». BA
It »i«iHhKl, U. M. CtaKI
Janttdtd
FIRE Ai\ll I.IPR IWl'
rAMMMMX CS/OX iA'.Sr*AM,-w
Of Atbena. Fa.
Oapltai paid np In full
SII. OS ID
aL
MEN
the:- .......
MTATt FIRKA Kit MA tUM* JMSVMAM
Of lanMwi, Fa.
Osah Oafttal paid up infuu
McV'i! & Bra Oharlea
C. ttt'ipajan, r(«t
J. lil'.dge, Wi.
Parker Mward*. Aitornay. at Law.
OFFLCR—No. 19
Brady
a iil.anh,
J.D4
op stair*, wt
B. FAT.
I«I iHKK*N A8MTI1TM
THK
Mlowmg gsr.tl.meo hav- t^»n Pi«g
«|.I !e.tur. I. th.- AM.
pr^^at mx h. Tb- tn and
MUoi :/1 thr« ua'h
1
tj«r j.®* r*
R-v.J.P D.n-Uo, Urn C.ok,
w Hal. K»i|., H..n, J. P. |i| l.«
t'apt ... tit. Maya.
Htv ti.-,, v Macuua,
Rr. R. I. I o ll-r,
Hiiam Pri.r, If*4
Ti' ke the ea*n, a iaotiing g»tir
la !». uu. Single Uck't, 2.S en|.
HAI I.gr I1LBOC
De7tf Ch-lrin.n I. e.are CoiuaMl
fNi»*»«iliition.
rriHn
MW
Firm of niuiRI
1 1.iv i- If 1 day 11 iv .1 by in .u,| en
W. d-.ire I'. 1 e Ihe I uati .r»r. late r.
.p- 1 -»lble, aid ie^urat an ra'ly a. t.
Wi all i ariis.
Setoro e it may be SMde wih eitb-e of tfc
slgn.d. jsii OK
an, y 1 11.1.
JaaS-dim AS. J. l.l Si.
Law Partiiernhlp.
jao. r, o «, ii(. i. i.imim
WW.T.
COOK* LIOI.I.V Ac I'l.AB
Mr. Pi 1. n havliK retired fr.m our aw a
a.aum- t:e r» -i: t»|»u I* ,i i. i-o ti. a
h.ve thi« I .y iM iatel with an l-* r*r ,aw
Win.T l"aik, K '|. jMi
JatiS dliu J|I UI)
Htmorai.
JJAVIKO »'4d my Drato aD«l ren.cv*d
Dry Is004i and RArtwirt
to tiiT aior^roo
FOURTH BTRBRT. BAR Ri0E BLA
I will aall thaaa oat Ua |lttpr rant t^-l woaet.
Una Rtr land or *»ll
UMV
ou one 1
is*.
1 M. RL- BI
Tnloa ofT'C and Spie«i VI
57 I'EHIlV I'M* i •WI'I
Hi*. .1. A sit So »i'% Dar.ae.taT.
TTTH
oh«-iili«r w 11'd H* tf i!y inF,
«r.«'»" atii II sen. i Daee 'i, it aa
1*1*1)1 c*tr* an1 lr \i lblt» 1 a-, b.
F»ll Ail Oid'rs la His lla«
or i
BEST tt JftK 4iH*§
AT PHH r» »l ir Tl] K KB*.
W
1
A 1. 1 i V «, I A it A N K
1 1» j.t, itj »t -'ir ha«
0rfirrrrl
of JLxj
Call' nd extmlar my «tk of
BOAhT I) A"U iK L'M) Ql
(•RoL'Sll FsPI'SIRa,
OMTRS.
ALL8P11B.
LI^MlMOW,
blNlil A
Mostard (ell graft**) C-*» Tt tar a.«s I
Soda,C'raw*yfc- d,loC.B» P» a .i Ba
-ty and o. tu *. of p. t.s-a a
tb -a rli. Frr.lt |u d* 11 a'li. ni. i4
T&
J.
JAMBS ViM
RIR
KEW TIVEl nd MvH PB1
AT
laa
f«HM BOOK n«OJV«
*0 so
HR'I Y
f|1H i»-t -t
SIIHT.I or I* •H'.Oi
1. o» s. 1' 1 a.
TIOMI
HV.
prlc'-, 11
4
-I uta «r-a'iy r-
1:
hard ale.
A
».ri''y of ar
1
le- on hai. 1
'11
'a'-le for
CIIRlimtg FR»S»!«r«.
All ar. r.-peo.f illy lavit-d ti,
tl-'1- y ai.tug aadprlilnf !•'i.r hi.yi-gaa a
CH«Ri ts an*
MUSIC.
WHI1K S q[ UfitlLLK
MuLlalrt, Scott Co.,
BAN
I OF TWKLY*.
Fin* Vi')iin Jaeel. Straaaer.
fler-.•!'! V.o (tl, chnlta,
C.ar.'ir.r', J- 'oi Scbuhlar,
Flute, -rk t«lt,
-let. Mi'fca .1.
Ftr-t Trivi^-t H'B't Sehah'er.
S-'-tr.-'. Tr'.:.-i':, Kkart,
First Fr'-t.'-h .m Vti'rdS(,
-au Fr-orh II r: lla 1^,
Flrwt Bant'in-. A W Raed,
0 otra Ba-- ?-aK-t.
Froopter, A. M. Whits.
BAM) OK FIV*
Flr*t V-'.ltr, A. White,
V«IAD
VV
Iln, Jactl Rtr
Clarion-t, John 5rh&nl«r,
C-)ri.'t H-r.ry S htji:»r,
Im,
A W h-*'l.
All -.r-l' r. iMr--.nl t- A. W. RRAD, ae
IfRiWtR, Ij*t- u^crt, i?wa, or to A, •,
is? "'aire 1'. ea will rer«-ii» per&p( atl
f482.-
W. W* furalab better Basic lhaa
•aad 111 the StsU, make mo siarft,
a»«***tt»
Vtolli
4 PIABO
MR.
lortelBMrac
IIKRMANN Ri:i s itrarev
In at Piaoo player wb.. juat ar
8- Iir.any, lostt ^ttiati. be Violin
,D'i Port'• H'her at bl« rceflrc" or wb.
Wb re aari'ed. Flaaoa t'^M-d aad f*_
qulr-at th-fiermanla Hooa* Matrass!.,
lay »od tteott ar l-tu.rt«a -o WH.
aartiVamo
(iOLD hkdal
Urmndand tquar* n
81E1MIA1' k
81 Walker st (uar Broadway)
VI AX LF AC TLB KB S,
Were award'd th- I'.rtt Frttuium wbarc a*
ev--r tn»-y rr.e^bt itelr Fiaau rtea into
tiMi Aif. the 1 in.kar* of Boa-oa, Mow
FSolsdeipf 1-, and H*:tl»ore
.! two Tlr-t p-,«- Metal* at tha
poO'aD Fa r. Ws.h.ngVn, l'.'A
Iht- P,r~' V'.-.-ir fvI-J Meital' tha
arn rt- aa ti e Mare'aod lt.st.tuta. Bait-—
The Fif»t Frhle Medal fur «b* bea« F1«»}
tte Aaiericec Insii ate, Orjita! Paiaea,
lit 6.
T'ie Fi'*t Frun'ua* (a Onld Melal) far
flr.irj P.ai.o at iba Maryland luatlia r,
ttil.
Tbe Wirtt Framlan ai the Slate Fair.
Tbe F.rst PreAlam at ta- a tale F»l»,
van.
Aar.g tbe iudre* were he Sr*( maaSaa
the ccaa'ry, aarh a*W Maaoa OoOMStl,
b.u^t. Ac. Grand aad qaa*e
with the loll w«4en aad In
war ,nt-s r. ihr»» y^ara.
amiMKxrU* mi
ITvtog,
you *ishteearareae»«rf*th*«
Waal Bi» rfB. aia
Jttmmmt wtta IhaouSr (KMBMBB, ta
aeaikefl
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