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NOTICK TO ADVKRTIOBR*.
(.arse cut* charged double the tame dimensions ef
11 pe.
-played advertisements onvhalf more than
.» I rates.
V'.-arij advertising contracts will be niidcmVod to
a j.1 y r.tr ctly tue immediate business of the sdver
it r, and ill other advertisements «rnt in by the ad
r'. mrwi.l bo rharic-d extra.
A 'I w»-»-ti w-i:i-»!.t» n.t jr "ompar,!»d with Instruct!. -fie
II e I'iserte I until fjrt.nl, and charged arcordngiy.
Nil' for retig uui and benev.-.ent purposes m
*ied on* Hm* frtr. of cult, tl.er.afler charged aa
i.! i.-r advert demerit*.
A'lr. rtl—• li Titi from abroad mmt be paid for in
rinlhj in altanc, unless from approved Agents
Contra'-la for yearly ad vrti-i'ig terminable at the
i in ..f *.1 vr:
I-t«,
to le,
Itrvly »tre«t.
»r i. r« ie't with them will receive pr-mij* iltm
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UK.MCV H. A HI)|:IUMN|
VTTORNKV
1
3
STATE DEMOCRAT.
llCHAMDHUII ft WBIV
i'KorutETRa.
ftA0H, TALMAOB. D. n. RtiRAKOMf, a. ft. WWt
BDITOMt.
TTRi* or AnvniTreiifO.
4 AviRKfti) CPwS HT THE
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One month,
Pit w-eks.
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Four rmnthe,
HI month*,
1 yt-*r, ii" i .ange, ia*i
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8 ni
lli' |a in4 *u advancement of
i j.»r -nni. on the i .ntract price.
*.!vfli—i."-fiU lim-rlt-l t.-it
to reading matter
V'I J.-: i,t. ADVANCE on above rat1 S, and k'-pt on in­
IS PER 'fit. advance ON regular rates.
A'l transient advertisements moil be paid for it
a '»in
Itrcil tHiHoS ifcWKST Iowa St ate Democrat.
V 1IKRS (x KKO. Dalijr tiai'-tU).
II L.IS.'LL Kit &. I'll,
L*R
llm.'iokrat.
i: lllilN' iT.IS' WM.KIK. Dally Kvenlng Hews
CARDS.
J. I'AUKCR, Tl. B„
n s i A N A n o s v o e o n
|V|*i with H'nn. R'ger fc lower*, No. 68,
A TTORNRV AND COI NHEI.I.OU AT I.AW
M'tr..p. in iiiock, iiaveripori, I«wa [m i.4
«M»s
T. I.ANK,
JOSEPH
AND CiM'NSKLI.OR AT Uff AND
Notary I'ni Offl.
i.h, Mam Mi'-et.
TTYBICIAN
Ni. 2?, liavenix.rt'R
auni»
RK|i:i|II K MKAtU,
i MVH, «M.INKK«, AKCHITR0T AND MTPBR
INTKNIM'.NT. Also feaclier of Aichiti-ctural
a .1 (trn imn.tai Drnwlun.
Otil -.-at U.iV'n i .rt Commercial CtilleKe, Imimi
i' i in 3 I au,l l'.-rr. Jyiidtf
II. U IIIlEI.I ICf
II RN'FRAI. COMMISSION AND PRODOCR
VI M'F LI*nt, (Wti i!• ACN I of the 8YRAAUFE
hilt inufai-tury fur Davenport and uelRhlxirliift
arns
W ir.'hniueopposilt« R. R. Dep.it, nav hport, Iowa
an-'iii'.'i
H. M. It.
.MUROEON ANDOCDI.IST. RR8I-
I JUY8ICIAN 81
denee Is C!
i:o. p. miiK OMii,
ATTORNKY
Park House.
V0LUMK 4.
loo®
l.arger spa.-e charged at the rate of $7 So for each
additional
f'.r on*- ».*'f square two-thirds of the above rate*
Hutniea* Card* not to egceed (lines I
10 00 per an.
I ur each rhangt an additional charge of K cente
p-v ajiare will b« made.
J. I.ANK
AU«r*e(i ftud C»*iMllun at Im,
He-—Mo». 4 and 6. "•.IIITU r. lal Blck, hOtlth caKt
-rui I an I Uiady .ir—t«.
TIIORINUTON, BROWN AKMSTRONU,
VToni'-e,
I iH*f:T8 ami O.iiiniietori, Davenport, Iowa
Mo. in, .NtckolU' Block, coraur of llra.1/
I 8 "on I ni re* la.
TIKTBIIIUTUN, B. B* BRIIWI, J. ARUSTBOSO.
Ill I IRHK. KS —IT'III Tli S flt^nlr|RK». C«niml'
i Ii.-r U-li'l Katid »1* W .»liiiifl..n, DC. W I'
II v rv (!., Pine »lr-«l, New Ytrk 0 Ja k
i i'kI'.ii, M.-i/m.-ry, Ala.. |{nn Janif II*-Ian,
.S'D»t»r, Ml Pi'-axaiH, Iowa AnWdne l.eCUIr'-,
tie l»avni|urt, Rai, Me^ara Cote^ fc Uavie*
i' »en|i-ii, I'IWJ. mj.lt
1
ATTORV
uro VANHUMII,
PI.I MEA A UN iiost:*,
K I .) and i:..unm llora at Law. and Nota
r|.n PuM|.-. A n aK'-nta lor the Charter lla
If. re I'IK. II«rtf'.r 1, C-.nu., Capital (t3i"\iM'i
I ty Fire Iti.C-. ,N-,v |I»\en, f.*»M,ltii,
i Mllce Lt'lilalre HCck, Hav. nport. pepj
KKIIIKIIHI'.I K FC MII.I.I R.
MANHPACTUKIKS
t' rat'.l Viaauait. Or.lei«Uiba left at their
p: I'.'rner Sec.Mid ao (iali.ett Ktreet
fW~ Empty arrals Ujugbt In eacnanne fur Vlne
K r, aiiK'ti
I'HAN. K. I'L TN«M
CA1UJ8.
AUl Ii 1 i H«'ri KK.
CANKOIJ. A «'0« IIKANt
ARCHITEOTB.
Orrics—Vo. 1 Metr polltan nail, aceoftd atory,
oct4$ Be oud »t l»»ven|«ort. IoW».
J«H\ T. KNII,
REAL ERFTA'11' .t EXCHAN''. K BHOKEJi,
NOTAIir
PUBLH
K
ATTORNKY
II.'ii" uttlce ai.klin Blck,
r.uni No. op ^r»
juO'-B-.Hf
4 «. UAHER, M. O.,
AND smiUtON —OFFICE—TOBT
OPKICK ltl.OCK ll'm —North side Kiril.
»:rwt, between Bra.lyfiiid P.-rry. ja:.8kltf
T. AXPHELL,
ATTOHNKY
AND Ct»l K8K1.L0R At IAW,
DriTfiiport, lovva.
—O«\et.jiort'. Bl-ck, corner Main and Sec
ond atrecu. dec lldtf
AND COKNSEI.I.OR AT L»W.
N 'tary Public and Coiunilaaioner "f l)-«l for
New H*!tn»l»ire,Veraa»nt, New Vork, Pennty.vanla
a:. ''ii...
till: *o—North-WeM corner of Main and lemad
ttreeta, llnvci.port, 1"K». |*uu tfj
oititiM &. now,
ATTORNKIS
0fflc«— At Marklot Oorbln'i Rxchan# offloe,
Pavenport, Iowa. oclBtf
iil'O. i:. III KHKI.I.,
ATTORNKY
ANDCOUNSKI.I.OR AT UW AND
(i jmmliM -n-r of D-.-dM f..r Oonnectrut, will
give prompt and careful atteritlon to the oolec ion of
ela:B33, conveyance of Real Estate, eiamli cg tltlea
and all ether ktndi of legal buo'.neti
A. U. UKNNB1T. I'. IIITOuMr..
•IIINNKTT A WIIIT4 K,
ATTfiltNKYrft!ie
AND 0t)l*Nstl.l n:4 AT LtW,
N-.tanes Public and Oo:uml«i-ii:i/ra of Deed*.
%-ill puv'i..' In Com of Scott.CL'it"n, Jacktcn
•cuiui*-, Mid In U it'kl.lai.d conn y,
III and the U 8. Diftrlit 0- uri biw*.
oVfICE— N• W .rncr M» i I 8 ,ud Hrteta.
.1 ii 11
Dupont'8 bonpowier.
k. %KT.IN, Aftent. Office—T7. 8. Isrrtv* Of
a Be*. P^rry tr*et, between 8«coud and Third.
Jacift ltf
IOWA.
IOWA CITY
ri'nii-' I.arjte Comn-j-iioai Hot. hasb*vnieaged
propri.-t r, tb.ir.'uf(t:!y repaired mi I reno-
J, n atlv irnixhed tl.r nntli nit, ii. the b. ~t nsa'i-
Ber, Willi
-raiso FKHS and L.LOIL rtl »ITH HAS.
No pain.- will be -pared t..make the PAHK HOIfK
tlie A No. 1 Homeof th-' City i It beme niuct, the
la rR"-t nn I plea.ant,y «iii,ate'l In a ceniral locaU.'ii,
un the corner of Jefferaon and Uui u jue ittr.vtf, n.-ar
tl.. C:t\ Part. 11. comfortableaccommodatlona for
t*o Mi.'i tred i»U"*ts.
THRMS—In nformlty to the time*.
CKKMI andOapaclo SuMinfr attached t.i tbehonaB,
J.
Tfti sDELl~ Proprietor.
NoYMdU fVonaerlr of the Tmidell Hon**.]
V. E. BARKER,
Attorney at Law,
Pliilalelphl*.
& \V. U A
El! KB,
Notary PuMlr,
DaTeiport.
I!. BAKRER & CO,,
He* 9, INK'KOLI/S BliOCK,
DAVEHPORT, IOWA,
akd
All»n. SOUTH TIIIRB ST.,
PHILADELPHIA.
BHe
rr. W! *nfl-T/vate I, and Warrant* BflT md
Sell Re*l Kstaie on C..'nml--i in Lan Moiief
DO ii Ett*ie S- curily Fay Taxe in Missouri and
I„wa Miike Collection? und attend laith'ully to
All business entruste 11 their carc.
RrraBNcaa
B. B. 0-imegyi, K«q Philau'a Bank. Phttofa
Messrs B«.yd k Bates.
C. A- Cob-man, Rr|., Mech's* Bank, Baltimore.
P. Gibson, R-t.. Bank of Baltimore,
Meesrp Co-\
Sl
t, Dnveii^ort.
J. M. HUGH**. •-V, HAUVof Missouri, St Lotus
de« 17-llf
NICHOLAS KVHMER
HAS
arrived f-cm the last, with the flBSBt aa4
largest a^sortmectof
Imported and Domsatlo
O A. n I
fia« Virginia Ping Tobacco*,
nail
aid Faicy Pipes,
,All ef wblah he efffers te dealers at last*in prtcea
«it ef traaaportatioa added, aid maklai it aa te
jJKMSMMtt t« purchasers to eeleet from as lam aai
iwWa* *sseaabetBaayh*«s«la thaWest.
COILMLS*!(•»« OF DK*D«,
Lt LAI UK HOW—Lt CUire /Ml Ei'trmmr*,
jtnll P»*«»i»«r», l»w».
ALTJL, KlLUf. BMLTH.
kEI.KEY A SMITH,
FORWARDING & ronnlsslon ^lertli'ts
CiU. CoMMH.I Itl. AM CHKSTNUT HTS„
•AINT lJOU*», MO,
JfitMw*
E. W. BRAI'Y. W*. KKACH.
K. W. BH.IDV A C0.,
Auction
4 ommlsslou
LI»t- I.II LIIF ry UJ
Da i»j.oT i Oct \r3h. tf
J. ». IMTTOH,
ATTOBNRY
Davenport, January #, 1H*.9. lent
T. C. RA1«, K. T. '.AM.AWAY, M. T. 8AMUKRB,
Laid
ACR^UIS,
Real
Hi* experience aod large acquaintance with the
business in the West, In a stiffl. ieM guarantee that a Cleaner Statement, We think,
bit* hou^e i. the piac to »t..p at when yon come to the
city I." Olaire
tr Hack* leave the Rrattoii Houseererymorntnc
HJUtidaif e«oep|«d) for I'at elipurt.
mi'cM ll-»k»lr Wlntl.AIl Prop'r.
JOII* N. It.WlFllRB,
NKY AN I
N'. i y Piiblir.
AND COI'NSkl.oR AT LAW, AND
N'. .ry Piiblir.
Orrii Ni k. lli-' Ill ck, upt-UIr*. Ja30
LE LAIRG HOUSE,
CORNER OF MAIN AM SECOND STS.
DAW MllllT. IOWA*
JOHN RICnEI.BlROER, Prop'r,
Dr. 1.T.TMEM AtxE, Cl rk. sep80
III KTH HOI HK,
OORNKU ol' low A a FUTH STRFETS
DAYEIl'ORT, IOWA.
mch22dtf
SCOTT IIOI SC,
J. J. HUIU ilirvy,
TKKTIT
AND COCNSHLLORS A? LAW
AMI
NOTAR1KS PUBI.lt
rroprletor,
COR. HARKldON AND FRONT 8T3.
pel 5
RXTRACTKD BT A NRW PROOtSS
without o«.ca»ioninK any delay or pain whatever
I I I S E S E O I I I i i
Diilul SIIRKCOIL.
OFP1CR—in M-rwin's Block, t3 Perry, betwMB 8d
and 4tb streets.
Havms e.mpleteI arrangementt", he in now pr'»
par.-d to extract teeth by a imlttln* a slight current
of electricity around the tooih at the time of extrac
tion, thereby allaying a'.l iain attendant npon
tractdiK by the ordinary method.
Thcpatlent lias a full kiuwledge of what la paes
Ing, and th-re are not th•%• eflecte which are ofus
notloetl after having tmth extracted by the IM 01
Olilorofirm or the PreMlnf pr e»aa.
Joirtwtf
4. II. FRAMISCUS,
NO. ill MARKET BTRKKT, PHII.ADRLPHI A,
KEFPS
the l.»riei and l.-st a»sorti 1 slock of
nig K ei Ca'i e* Ob.i'ni an I oti..u Y irm, Bat
ting. Wa iding. Twin, s, C..~er'nl urn, lied .rds,
\V a-li Lines, B"ptf. in C- iis Mould. Lamp. Cai.d e,
Cainj li-ne. I ird an 1 utd Wi^k- in the city. Aleo
a great varn tv FLY SKTH. which he will sell
atmanufactnn r's I iw s' ca»h pr'ces. Ja*0
JOHN L. SW1T3, JOHN A. ©ANO
ATT'T AT LAW.
8W1TI Ac OASO,
Real
Estfte AGENTS
NEW TIMES
and Collectors,
Lioan and Insurance Brokers.
H. V. SLAVflAKEBi
NOTARY PUBLIC AKI COMMISSIOBBB or DEBDS
roa MiaNtcuiA.
omcs NICKOLL'A BLOCK, (OF STAIR*
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
CSM|IMS Abatrarta of the Titles to ail
I.and* In Koutt County.
novlSMAwtf
and
MEW PRICKS!
AT TH*
rovr.F BOOK
room*,
NO. 60 BRIDY ST., NORTH OP POBT*OF»IOII.
rim* present fcto.A
of
BOOKS, PAPBR ,iLd STA-
TIONKHY, wi'lh*Tin e I ut ai greatly relnced
pric», to suit ibe hard mts
A variety of article.- on hand I in table for
IIRlSTHA* lRIE5ITM.
All are respectfully lnvil. to tft the above asser
tion by calling and pricing before l.uyins e'.»^»liere.
IVciS CilAKI.ES ADAMS.
Home Wanted.
THB
father of an infant girl, whose mother died
so re weeks sine-, 1- de-lr u-tof tin lmg a fami
ly that wu be wllllne to a^opt such a child. The
lather Is poir and nnable to gice his eh.ld proper at
tention. Child three months old. Enquire at the
honae at the Oatbolic Boning Qronnd. jac6
A Air Furxutoea,
For either Woo.1 or Ooil
Cooking Hangtm^
For either Wood or Coal!
Registers, Ventilators,
KEH
STATE DEMOCRAT.
Devcuport, January {Hi 1*311.
Vr v«n, I
learbo:n
Mi (.oaeB
keta ai.'L
V. MHIIIiHll)
I/ICK and Wal'h Maker, ml Knitrav r, Union
Diuitilore, No. 6H Iira-ty atreet, Uavnpjrt,
.•*a
jew Iry made and pxlirl.
f~ til.i-tt pat in S|iectac e- reaaonftble rates.
il««*
AT LAW. Oitlce-up italr', In the
lm! di K formerly oarupM fey J. W. WM«J.
Vt'.-Ht hec n i ht.ci t.
li .-i i'-ea intrteted to h|H rare vill le pnnctnnlly
»F
elite.'
T0
Kstate
ATTORNR
Pu'.ll. ,(
OK PHRK ANP I NADUL-
Broken,
COI.I.HCriON ANHTAX AUKVT^.
flAI,LAWIY~ SANDERS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Orrica—LcClalre Black, •niranoe, LeCialreHall.
WILL.IAH lUt.I., J. WILJUJB OL'ITBAC.
II.%LI* Ac fll'ITEA",
TTORN VRT AN CO, NRF. I.I.F.RS, NOTARIES
N'-w Jerne), IV'inivlvai
K-,, Ken-" kj II. nota and Mia-oiiri. otllca
Main i-t one d..or eonth o| O.-k Sarunit'i Hauk.
July l«t, I«A*. juM-dAwly
Uralloii II
on
Ifriendslertixi.
WE.
^HK un would si-ctfi.llr Inform ble
and the tri.eiln^ i.ut!l', that h- baa
opeii.-l thinlaice t"l in l.e Claire. The Ix.uae 1»
iie.t i iy II. w ind furia-te with *11 th'. onv.-ni. nces
of mode. I, hot'-i*. The table will be
supplied will] the
-.I the cor.ntrv atb.r.lM.
»lr«*t. Cl'i'tfo,
If a a iioViif to reiv. Jvertlwiacetit- lor lint pa
Hf
MAJUjABHAJJOEMENT8.
E*»T»N» MI't. (Sunday EXcpt-d.) nrrive* dally
JAM »ud 'it in. .-•*•» "A atiu IF *.
WA RTA.N M.MI. anne# dai.y tfninlaf II -pt'd)
1 Id I a .- I. at
s
A at I M.
Tu«-'!ayi*,
M.
lRFhalts
N.i. •, tA-l -H '•'•I' 'lliKKT,
Daieanort
\1MLI. rec ive all kind* of p»od» on c..n.nii»M .n,
fy .iii laileml to th5 iale .f al aci j, r» .i.al
property. Ail bualtie** i.triisk-d to Will 1"'
pr iiiptly attended t.. and tin- pn.fecli p»i.lov«r lm-
1
SorrifBRK -I I., F:' NI 8. I.oo ANO mtberu Mia- I
•iiiri, a-. -daily (rtucdaya ex.-ej T-A at P.*
e: .»•« «i a i «.
N.IRIHLRN M.ML, TLA Dabr.que»nd Northern Io
wa
arrive*daily (intdaysr*cept»d at Y
u c:.«es
at A M.
NORTHIRI MAIL, TLA D-witt, M» OT.keta,
arriv TlI^^•IA»L•, Tl E.RIDAVI. AND Satirdaya.
at
Tlmrndar*
end Sun«lay« at 1
NORTHEA* MAIL, ?I* I^C ai", Pnn'eton and I.y-
om. arrivesdaily, (8ur.day»
xcep'ed) at
a*:- at M.
7 A cl«-
flKK'iRT On VE Mill., arrivet Tnealaye and
fridaya at 1'^ cloyi aame
tii.it*
BLI A MATL,
arri»» TWIULAY*, Thnr»days
AND B»tur.ia n, at 10 A clo*** same time.
Wasi BLKVAI.O MAIL, arrlT"- Mondays and
Hhiri
day§ at 6 ft
ttosee FAMED »Y« AT 7 A M.
TBAVELLtK'B OUIUE.
RIN-ltOAte-, E*»T, LFAVE at 9'..R A u and5 '0N.
Sundays ex. pt' W- s!. le.tv.a at 'J A ai'l 5:00
"!. Sa'i lay* excepted.
SILOES, Worth,
o
Oubnq'IE, Tia Dewitt. Ma'J'.o-
Will
...I,
leave
the Penney
lvania House,LUTK-
daye. Thursday-an.1Saturdays at 7 A N«rth.to
Lyonn via I I-cialr'-, Princeton, Oamanche and JL n
to-I.
Tne^lay-.Thnrgdays and Saturday at 7 A M,
••viiitti & Arnold's line of BACK# LEAVE every day at
2 M.
JMUTICI: TO BI:noru VI!i,.
Thone wtr-liinfT tot-lim their nameato theConetltu
tl n and By-I.aw4 of the Prott .unty Democratic
Cluwill lind the fame wi'h John T. Kin-, K.-q
Onu i:— Le aire K iw, r«««-rly cdi...- of Dr«.
Pi.iinta.n and A ll r.
Ljocal AflTalrs
jtSTSrc l'rot". Roliiiison's aniiounce
ment «f the opening of a Naming noaJemy.
]»I.ANKS.—All kiiuls of blanks CU'I-
BUully on hand at this office. Orders mli
cited.
X-^Mossrs. lVck tfe Stanfielil cora
mence.l putting in their ice yesterday. They
will put up about 2,0(0 ton*. Tlia ice is of
a very choice quality.
T,'C
°f
n'-r- or n*- i. for M*me, ver- Iieiievnlent Society are requested to attend
Ma sashu- 'tt--. New Yutk. .. ., ,,
la, Virgi-iie, iitno, T. nne»- »peci»l meeting on Saturday afternoon
at 3 1'. M., on business of importance.
thC rni n
Mas. 1., K. 1'VHKKK, Sec'y.
PBORIA MARINE
AND
FIRE
TNAU-
mwr Co.—We call attention to the
ment of the condition of thia most excellent
company, in another oolutii. Few companies
in the western states or el
new here can show
e refer to the advertisement
of Clias. Adams, of the Iowa Book Rooms,
in a Hiiother place. Friend Eli has "fplit
the difference" with his neighbor, and taken
the north side, where he will continue t» La
on baud—all the while.
%W Daniel L. Shorey, E^q., of
Davenport, will deliver the third lecture of
the course in the trecoud Presbyterian
Church, on Friday evening of this week
January 28th, at half past seven o'clock.
Subject, Society and the Individual.—H. /.
Commercial.
RESIONED.—We understand tlmt
Mr. P. Merwin, the efficient Secretary of the
Davenport Gas Light Coke Company, has
resigned his office also that Mr. Leopold
has resigned his position as Superintendent
of the mechanical department—a place
which has been nlle.i by him for a long time
past in the most satisfactory manner. We
hope the company will see fit to retain
these gentlemen, as it would be difficult to
find better ones.
MAGNANIMOUS.—We
are informed
that a citizen ofl avenport employs a servant
girl pays her $2.00 per week. She has
occasion once in a while to spend an even
ing away from home. For every evening so
ubsetit she is charged 50 cents. If she is out
three evenings she gets only 50 cents per
week if out four evenings she gets nothing
five evenings, and fhe allows her employer
50 cents for the privilege of working fix
days. If such employers are not punished,
what use is there of having a devil anyhow?
X^We understand that Col. Burr
of the firm of Burr «fc Swift has offered to
become responsible for the expenses of print
ing, rent, ike,, of the next concert of the
Continental Choir, given for the benefit of
the poor. Iu view of the object for which
the concert is to be given, we trust there will
be no expenses created. We are sure the
printers will donate their labors, and there
is no doubt that others will do the same.
All honor to Ool. Burr, however. The poor
have found m|iny warm friends this winter,
and they willi continue to need their assis
tance. In th|s .instance we hope to see a
large sum of money raised for their benefit.
VANDALISM.—We
&C.,
learn that many
persons have taken the privilege of cutting
and hauling away large quantities cf wood
from the island. They consider their right
to it is as good as any else, inasmuch as it
belongs to Uncle Sam. It is a little singular
that the government agent, Mr. Slaymaker,
has not the power or the authority to put a
stop to this kind of proceeding. Every man
who dares to iujure or destroy the timber
on the island, should be at once arrested and
made to understand that he has not the au
thority to despoil it and lay it waste by any
•ueh process. If this destruction continues|
prompt and energetic action is required from
the agent. Let the guilty parties be brought
to justice without delay.—A'. J. Art/us.
FOR PIKK'B PEAK.—We
Ac.,
At No. 4S"North fifth street. St T/itils, Mo.
JelUly CH.48. J. WHO*l£.
WmU F«|KI Wtry Ctuapl I
0. SHEPUERD
& SON,
Have removed to
10IBU If BAST IBCOND BTaBIT,
Wof
iaaa MfM all r!M«rln«aoa4s la
feBataeee, teeallaadjedseteethemi
0*SJ*V*!*—
are in­
formed by Mr. H. B. Evans, of the firm of
I- vans, Chew & Co., who has been traveling
In the northern portion of this county, also
in Clinton, that the gold fever rages to an
almost incredible extent. Parties are fitting
out team*, selling off their property here,
and making every preparation for an early
start..
We have no denbt bat many will go, bat
we predict that thee* who sacrifice their
present poea saions to go to the gold regkw
will b« aorry that they ever did so before
around. Bat
thoagh thc
preMQi ponmoni Mgv iu iu«
will be sorry that they ever
aaother y«aii| has railed aroui
peritBM aaft U boaght, «v«a
palMka
mhWm*
tfca
IMI «F oMnptml
DAILY IOWA STATE DEMOCRAT
TO MAIL. RUBHOKLBKKS. FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNTTM—CITY SUBSCRIBERS LO CENTS PER WEEK.
IMSTKH OI KT.
Hon, Wm. E. Mnt.BR PsMHW.
RITTA HAV.
The ease of th« State of Iowa I'anl s
Tliiwon, chafed with murder, occupied the
entire attention of tin- Court yesterday.
Hermau Deifs, John The.le, Kai ICowaM
and Fred. Sehrneder, witnesses for State,
were examined, which closed prosecution.
To-day will be taken op the defence. The
testimony does not vary very materially
from that delivered before Jo*tiee McKown,
which has heretofore been published in
the DKMOCRAT. There was a large crowd—
principally Germans—in attendance, who
took great interest in the progress of the
trial. It will^ccupy the Court for a day
or two longer.
The local editor of tbe Dabn-
que E.rjiren* A Herald is responsible for the
f-illowinir home thrust at some one of the
editors of this State. How he got his in
formation on the subject, deponent saith
not:
The Davenport Neva styles one of our
late articles as being of the Yellowplush
order. We were perfectly conscious of that
fact aa the time we wrote it—but people,
and particularly Reporters, frequently get
into situations, and do and say things which
are entirely inal apropos to their uaualjten
denciea. A case of this sort was admirably
iilustrated at Chicago not long since. A
Knight of the Quill, and withal a judicial
dignitary who flourishes on a river town of
Iowa, (maybe our friend the Judge, of the
XriM, knows him,) went to Chicago to see
the Elephant and hear some other music
than the cry of "Copy." It was during the
reign of Johannus Elongatus at Chicago.—
Our friend, the Editor and Judge, called on
Long John and as it is said Long John is one
of the "boys," our friend requested the wor
thy Mayor to show him a few of the sights,"
and particularly that portion known as the
"Sands." Long JJohn demurred—he was
very busy—but if the Judicio-editor would
call at the Mayor's Court "the next morning,
he (Long John) would allow him to select
from the frail sisterhood which would un
doubtedly be brought in over night. Ju
dicio-editor consented, and left
Elongatus took his magisterial seat in the
morning. The Mayor's room was crowded
—a few pickpockets, a burglar or two, a
half score of Cyprians, more or less va
grants, police officers, spectators, and Irue
to his promise, the Iowa Judge and Editor.
Long John greeted him with his usual grin,
and quietly motioned him lo take his choice
of the Beauties before the Court.
Judicio-E.litor said not a word.
The work commenced, and proceeded.—
Cases were disposed of rapidly. Again I
Long John winked and grinned at the Iowa
Editor to take his choleelef3fee tt Waa too
late.
The Iowa Editor was mum—he gave no
sign.
All were disposed of but the fair, frail
ones. With a grin of astonishment that
the Editor did not "select," Long John pro
ceeded to dispose of the cases left. Casting
his eye on his docket, he read:
Judge and E.litor—residence
—Iowa. Arrested for being drunk and cre
ating disturbance in a house of ill fame on
street, last night
The "cat was out of the bag"—the mys
terious slience of the Ivlitor, and his unwil
lingness to "select," explained. Long John
took the Representative of the Press in
Iowa, aside, and after hoping that his
night's rest in the Jail had not interfered
with his digestion, let him slide a sober and
wiser man.
We appeal to our friend of the Nem—
him with the "delicate constitution," if af
ter reading this, he does not apprrciate the
fact that Editors anu Reporters sometimes
find themselves in situ itions foreign to their
wishes. If so, he will, we are sure, excuse
the character of "Yellowplush" which, for
the nonce, we were compelled to assume.
CONCERT
OF
YK
OLD
FOLK' CONTI
NBNTA,. CHOIR —Though the weather of last
Thursday evening was of the most stormy
and disagreeable character—a coLtinued
storm of wind and rain—and the streets al
most impassable notwithstanding these
serious difficulties which are, generally
speaking, enough to keep everybody at
home, the Concert of the Continental Choir
came off at Metropolitan Hall, and was at
tended by a Urge and genteel audience.—
Not even the strictures of certain inter
ested parties on the former concert, had
the effect to keep away a single individual
—but to the ^contrary, quite, brought out
additional number of hearers. There were
upwards of three hundred present and
had the weather been more favorable, the
Ilall'could not have contained the multi
tude.
The singing was most excellent, and waa
received bv the audience with thunders of
applause. The change of programme since
the first Concert, which introduced a quan
tity of comic music in the second part, was
a happy stroke, and added greatly to the
pleasure of the occasion. Some original
productions were brought out, which re
flected—slightly—upon the acts of "ye di
rector," and were most enthusiastically en*
cored.
The performance being over, t!:e follow
ing communication from the Secretary of
the Ladies Union Benevolent Society was
handed to the committee:
To the Old Folk* Continental CMr
The Ladies of the Union Benevolent So
ciety, request the benefit of a Concert by
the Old Folks Continental Choir, to aid
them in their further effort for the poor.
DAVENPORT, Jan.
-*%T
27, 1859.
This proposition the members of the
Choir moet cheerfully and promptly acced
ed to on the spot Mayor Cook being pres
ent, arose and made a short speech, in
whieh he complimented the members of
the Continental Choir, for their willingness
to aid by their efforts in ameliorating the
condition of the poor and he hoped that
everybody would be present and bring their
nsigkhave along with thenk
*ne following fonul reply to the above
NGJE^WAS
haad*daa for
DAVENPORT, IOWA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 18511. NUMBER 89.
To Mr*. I. F. Parker, and (he LaJitt of the
ni'fti Ilr»e*4ent Sorie'i/:
The I'
I tl Koike ('mi linen tal Choir take the
greateet pleasure in acceding your re
», i quest for a benefit, ani won!J name next
'liursday evening, February 3d, as being
tit* meat convenient time.
Very Respectfully,
ASA HCII,
P. J. OTTTCTT,
Tii.x, Bn.
J. J. BROWN,
Com. of Ar'g'tsfor Old Folk' Choir.
DAVKXI-OBT,
Jan. 28, 1859.
TOE PACKETGOMPANV.—Bos.STATE
"DKMOCKAT.—I see an article is going the
rounds in the river paper?, stating that our
^o|ular and favorite commander, Capt. Geo.
H. Myers, ha* eold out his interest in the
Paeket Company, and will not e in the
trade next season, which report I, in the
absence of Capt. Myers, take the liberty of
contradicting, as I know he has not sold out
one dollar ot his stock in said company, and
is now at New Albany, Ind., superintending
the building of the fine passenger packet,
Black Hack, which is coming into the trade
when completed, which will be in the early
part of May next, when Capt. Myers will be
pleased to accommodate his numerous
friends on the river: as all will admit him
to be the most gentlemanly commander in
the Rock Island trade. The Captain will
return next week for the purpose of putting
the worthy old Ben in condition to run in
the spring, and until his new passenger
packet is completed.
I see it also stated that the old packet
company known as the Davenport, Rock is
land and Keokuk Packet Company is meta
morphosed into the Rapids Packet Company^
which is also untrue, as I am told by one
of the parties interested in both companies
that such is not thc case.
1 make this statement to set the matter
right before the many persons interested,
and hope that the papers which have been
so ready to circulate the report in relation
to Capt Myers, will make correction as
above.
PIKK'S PEAK
For those who intend to migrate to Pike's
Peak we give the bill of items purchased
by Jacob, that they may know just how
much of each article to take along. 40 lts
soap i'i i lbs coffee #1,00 worth matches
7,'.c saleratus 60c pepper $1,50 needles
and thread $3,00 cream tartar 6 gall,
vinegar 1 bbl. crackers $5,00 butter
1 bil. salt 1 cheese 30 lbs. rice 2 bushel
beans 10 lbs. tea 5 hams $5,00 sugar
$l.oo candles $a,00 segars $1,00mustard.
Thie completes the outfit and would keep a
man some time, especially the soap, of which
he laid in a large quantity, thinking prob
ably that gold could be washed easier with
soap than without it, as the region in which
it is found is said to be very dirty. We ad
vise all who go there intending to wash for
gold, to follow Jacob's example, and take
plenty of soap. Jacob's bill at both places
amounted to £''25,00.
Trustee'#
And now two of said notes having b*come doe end
payable and the said Patrick Judge having failed to
pay the sam--, I, Austin Corbla. Trustse at aforesaid,
do hereby give this public notice, that by virtue of
tlie power which is in m» veeted by said deed ofTruat
I will on Saturday tbe 5th day of March, A n 1S5S,
between ths hours of 2 aid three o'- lock n the
afternoon of said day. at the Court House door in
th" city ol Davenport, expose and offer for sale,
at palllc auction, the parcel of land above described,
or so much thereof as ahall be snffl-ient to satisfy
and pav the amount of said notes with the inter' st
there.,n"to the day of sale, together with all the Costa
aod expenses atteudlng said ea, cos's of this notice
BD-1 Trustee's fees.
Dated the 2Sth day of January, A 19M
AUSTIN OORB1N,
JaSllts TensW.
Lost.-^.OO Reward.
LOST
fro«nth» premi es of the sn^»cri-^--- 0
b?r, a small liver col rid Setter Pup,25i£_^
S mon'b- Id. The Gtder will receive the al».ve re
war on deliver/. ANTOINS LB OLAIRB.
Jt2S-3
Notice.
OParker"Afor
Mas. L. F. PAR&BB, Sec'y.
RDIKS Carriages for the Hop at tbe Le
Clair Won-e to-night, may be left
at the fflce
of Spearing, or
at the 1^ Olaire Honae.
Ja28
Fancy Drewi Parly,
FOB
the br.etlt OF the Mount V .TN».N Pan!As
sociation," «t Mnrrpslltan Hall, Tuesday eve*
niag, Feb mrylS.LS'9.
Tbe Metrcpo N.11, the «npp»r, th«music the
printing and other usual expen'ei are gratuitously
furnished by th*rctp cll»e parties,eoMatthee* tire
S[RJCEADS
or the Festival will be
O E 1 A
OaissisK Market.
DAVBNPOBT,
Tines
Sale.
Jon", A 1S5T
1ITHJ BEAS on the IS ('ay of
If Piit-lck JuJge and Mary Jndg\ his are, exe
cuted unt-i Au-tib 0o:bln as usn*e, a certain deed
of trust, conveying to raid trustee the land in Boot!
co'inty, Iowa .le.-crlbol as follows to wit: A p»rt of
the i-out'i-emt quarter of s»'i »n nomb s'^ven [7|
l-i t"wa- numb".- eighty (*'i] noith I r.i g"num
ber three [1] east of he6ih pr.aclpal meridian bjnn
ded ai follows, to wit: eomacetriag at «h« nnh
West cjrnur of the sonih east quarter of said section
number seven [7J tl,.nc« .-art f.,riy-ilve [-4S] rods
thence south hu'd'ed and sixty (it'Jj ros
thence w*st .Tty-fl«e i45) rods, and thmc« north
ore bun 're 1 an 1 six y 11 '.'] rods to t:i- pi ace of be
ginning which sail eonveyaooe was made ty the
said Patrick Judge at.d wife for the purpose of e»cu
ring tbe payment of six certain promissory notes end
the iou rest thtr.-on, signed by said Patrick Jud*e and
dit.-d the 19th day of June, A L^T. Said deed
wan recorded in Scott countv reeords, book "i." of
mortragej pi|r 806. to which reference is hereby
male
appropriate! te the
onnt Ver .-on Fund.
It LI the de-ireof the lady troeees s and aaena*
gers, thtt all shall
aprear IN eoetunw who ean,
Tickets admitting Gentianiasad Ledles, Mi to
he had of the Committee.
MAHAOEBS.
IIW. Jno p. Ooek, W. 0, Wad»W«TT,
to, Allen. M. B* CBMFF
John Coffin, Dr. I. Laa|
C.pL J. Bates. Waa.Hall,
Geo. L. Nlefcoilt, J*
Ja2S
paWkaliM
i- 4c
|IN A A*.—Waate4 aa AOWVB, Ismt
•an te every eevaty la the WsSes, te travel sad
eaavsas Isr the
Maw tMM keaaMtaU
ly Ittastoatst msatfeiy Jentnel. •sstHsKe,
•en, eatery ef tMapetywraaiai
Jan.
OATS—Litbt
6 36'S7 ISI for
STTUKCT.—PAY before
yesterday, a young man calling himself
Jacob, entered the store of Mr. Cartwright,
corner or Brady and 5th streets, and said
that he and three others bad started from
Sheffield, 111., and were bound for Pike's
Peak that they had arrived in Rock Is
land, and would leave there to day. He
ordered a bill of goods at C.'s store, also
some from Mr. Dennison's store. He said
he had offered the Railroad Company nine
dollars to bring three teams over, but could
not get it done. Yesterday morning Mr.
C. sent a young man to the depot to look
•fter Jacob, and Jacob was there but he
smelt a mice and decamped across the
bridge. Mr. C. was informed that he tried
to sell his gloves to the bridge tender iu
order to rais* funds to pay his passage
across. Jacob is about five feet four inches
high well dressed has had his foot broken.
Other dealers bad better to look out for
Jacob, as he evidently intends to gouge
somebody if be can.
29, 2
xtra.
m.
Fion—Net mncl a'v.- ity In rales to-d*y.—
Transaction* of tbe past weak have b.en rather light
Firm at $1 i-J at 1
50 st retail, (dd wheat flour
$6 tin, white wiot.-r $7 0J Tbe probib hty is ihete
wil! be a »'Wh*. Incrca. e on. i
BtciwHCiT Pi uk—Rtther ecsree, though e,
tolerable supply for the deintnj. Finn at )l
cwt who!-sal $S 00 retal'. i
WH«AT—But
little co nine forward. Firm at 40
(&}0.- be-l 'i allty spring. 6.'. cboloe old it tOif}
70: xtra cholc-,
fc0.
Ooa*—Light arrivals, thoagh dotag a little better.
Finn at Ay^-lSc some lots
receipts
ai5c
for new OQE fur old
crop.
POTATOES—Rather doll M|1Sc for
nm good to
choice 60 i^$l uO at retail.
Hoea—Very I ight transactions. Light hags,
9ft ML
heavy, $6 50. Bestnesa a^out closed.
New Verb tlarkst.
(BY
TELEORAFH.]
Naw
at 5 UOFCY" for snp-r
YORK. M.
Fl.otm—Market again be-ler. Hal-*-
10
uoo
b*ds
State
•loo
hoop Ob
I
CANIIHIW
6 10 f.r
to god extra Wcsterr
Flora
com-
6 LOOVI
ft round
—PLNAR.
Sees 00 bb!s at
RVE KI.oca—FUIU 3 25.
Bri
twuK&T ilofB—1 37 %«,* 62 per 100 lis.
Want-Firmer and in in
(derate
OATS—H-tter 57I®CGS.
RYE—HEU at isoc.
PoB*-Quiet bnt Arm
BACON—Dull.
CUT MBIT*—Firmer,
demand. Sales
small.
Cons—Saleg10no I lm at 6 »»E for Bjlx"d Weefrn.
17 62
@IT ML LIRII-
for old moss:
w men
IS 12
13 3IGIL3 SO
NEBF—»e-R
for prime.
bams,
ICUO.
Sale*
ham
Ohio.
800
«t9«
LA BR—Buoy
CHBESS—Quiet bnt
bblsjdty cored
int. Sales
1.100
bbls at
BCTTBR—Steady
II
[email protected]
19($21 for
etate
1S#20
for
firm
WHISKY—Dull 2T s.
TO-DAY'S ADV'TS.
KKI.IUIOIS NOTICES.
Pr« aching In the Church corner of KI' v -nth and
Scott streets,on the Bluff, to morrow at II o'clock A
and 2 IT o'clock M, by Rev. 8 M. Kee, of Le
Claire. Seats free. The public are Invited.
Sabba School at 9 it A M.
For Kent*
A
FARM of HO acres for rent, w i i n 1SH miles
of Fulton, all broke and fenced, with a coo.e
nient New HOUSE on the same. Por particulars,
enquire of the eadeisigned.
The Acad'
I W. WOODWARD,
Ja39 No. 1 Nicko I.' BL ck.
Dancing Academy.
PR01V
KORIKSON his opened his log Acad
emy .I:
tbeO
rman Tl.e«ter, at wli|.place be
will teacb all the taabioual ledan es of tlie day
niv
will le-opeae.I
on TU wUy evening,
February 1st, l-5'I at o'- O-K
T- rms of T-iltion—ne gent, one gent and one
lady,$6 one lady, $8: juveniles,F». Ja29
D«T»p»rt lapriviif!!
CAHPBNTEH9.
Paper Hangers, AC, have IM-
meectd active operations on lirady street,a few
doors north of the Poet OSce-
T1IE DUOK AND PAPER TRADE
Rexeving uuder the MAG JO influence of
•fear **rice» to »uit JPtte
Older)selling at a I TBERAL
Time*.
CASH LLTTTRRS are entitled to the fVI.V VAL
UE TUKIH MoNSY They
CAN GET IT IN
buying BJO«S, Pap-r,Stationery,
Peiiodicils,Wrap­
ping and Wali Paaofe. Paper Oartelna, 4US^ AE.,LM^
at that well known established Literary Depot,
THE IOWA BOOK BOOMS,"
(Comp ising a BCK Room, Wall Paper Boom snd
ip 'Ing Paper KO, in) NORTH DOOT
of No. F0
Br.dv street,bear the Post (Jlllce.
T^OLD Stock sellir.g at prices to suit all.
£3""RW
(]AIIY arriving and
aleosnt piled to
CI1ARLKS ADAMS, Propri. tor.
EI.I ADAM9, AS-nt
N. B. As thero Is «ntth*r Book Store next or
south, vcry body can get what tb y want without
running over the c.ty for It. JE2I
SiATe OF IOWA. i
AroiTJB's OrnoE,
DES MOIHES,
Jan. 90, '19
It Is hereby cerlitied that on the
SO'.h day
of Jan­
uary, 1SIV, a statemeiit was LL el in this office,show
Ing the condition of the Pejri*Msrlu* an Kir* In
surance Company, of Peirla, S'ate of I imols, on the
lsl day
of January. In ac -ordame wit-»
thep-O
vision, of an Act of the legislature or ih!s Slat**,
passed January 2S. IST",
thaieaeb STATEMENT •hows
that sail Company is ssess of th-. REQUISITE
amount of capital, and invested as REQUIRED in said
Act.
Authority Is therefore given to the above narnrd
Peoria Marine and Fir? Insu-anceComoany to trans
act business ol insurance In Ihlt S.ate,
In accor­
dance with the laws thereof.
It Is a so certltlet hat H. F. Mitchell, IRQ. o'Da
v»np- rt. has been du!Y api«4I'te BI said oinpaiiy,
THEIR lawful attorney and an -nt for ihetoutuy of
fcott, with fn 1 power to take rlrks of in ura-ce
therein, and to a knowledge servi-eof proc -s*. upou
HI* filing a cctiflsd copy of the statement !1'd In
tnia o#e• with the Cierk of the Dl.trlct Court In and
fur aid County.
It I* further certified (hat the aanez 4 is a true
copy of t'I. required -tat m*-nt
In
tes.LM ny whsreof I have herennto set
my hand an I afttted my s-ai of office this
24th dav of Beptenj'.er, I8F3.
L.S.
W. CATTKLL. Auditor of Iowa.
I A E E I I
or TUB
Pctria fltrlit 4 Fire Insurance Ct.
PIOHIAT ILLIKOM.
mortgage and
January 1st, 1959.
Weme ami locality of tbeCcmpany—PBORIA
Cptaoo-a matu
MA
RIBB AND FLRR 1BSUBABCE CJMPABV, Peoria,
Illinois.
The amount of It I capital stock... 9*00,060 00
The amount of Its Capital stuck paid up.. &M),0<'0 00
The assets of I
he Company are—
1. C-sh on HSN I
2. Real Ritate, an ncumberi-d........
8. Bonds owned by the Co drawing
tU ,er ut
4. net t* of tbe Company, TC:AR*d LY
|:s,2lo »=o
B,II5 00
12,700 00
al ertate worth don
le the amount Isanad thereon.draw.
Ing twelveYR cent... 113,STS TL
5. Ail other ftbts as [er riumter six
I. U bts tor premlams, doe and not
due
7. All other securities, consisting of
discounted 11*. n tes .draftsandac-
ihg daily, having
from sight to nln ty days irom data
to run 179 STI
Total assets F«47,WT 01
Amount of llabilltlee,due OR not dee. to
banks OR o'ber creditors of the RA
ptny,estimated at
Loss** aclusttdand.lue
Losses adjusted and not
$T,M1 92
None
due
Loesee untdm-ted..
Losses -it tU pe»se.waiting fnrth p-oof
All btherclalma against the Company..
Tbe greatest AMOUNT in.urd by the Co.
in any one risk
The greatest amount allowed
by tbe
rtlee
of tbe
company In any one city, Ion
or village Mo rales concerning tbe
same
The l.igeet amount to be Insured In IEJT
one block Hot ex eadlog $
6 S00 00
•MO 00
10000 00
it,000EX-
poed to any one Are.
JaSS 0 HOI LAND, SECRETARY.
Blanks! Blanks!!
Warrantee Peede,
DtsdiofTnut.
Quit Olatm Dss4%
TIULSS
PsedM.
nortms Peede,
VMnrofAttcnsy,
OriHanl Motto—,
Jasruii' Blaato.
IkMlfli Jitaaka,
ot
svavn »IIMMAT •rrioa*
a n e i i
:fc.
A E S N E W S
BY TKLBfcRAPH.)
URIIK IKOH LI KOPI.
Arrival of the Arable*
New VOLK, Jan. '.isi —The R. M. steamship
Arabia arrived at ibililax this morning.
Li verpoi'l —1Iea.Ntuffs dull. Provisions
slea.ly. Ct nsoU for oionet quoted at 6o 5 8
a(#5 1.
The news by the Arabia is a week Inter
from all parls of Furoj e.
The steamship Kangaroo from New York
Jan. 1st, arrived at Liverpool on the 14th.
Disquietude continued on the Continent
and warlike rumors still circulate, but the
txindon.
ame had s ntibly almted, particularly iu
The Paris bourse showed an improvement
but still fluctuated.
The English Parliament had been sum
moned to meet on the of February.
Information in regard Italy is that large
reinforcements had reached there and that
ebances of a revolution were diminishing.
Arrival of the Overland .Hall*
ST. Loris, Jan. 2S.—Notwithstanding two
accidents which rendere I it necessary to
pack thu overland mail a distance of about
9n miles the trip was mad.- in '2!-! l-'i days.
Three passengers lelt San Francisco but
were obliged to stay at a statiou 50 miles
west of Ft. Chadbourne iu consequence of
the breaking of the coach.
The roads in Arkansas and Missouri are
much improve.!.
The attack on the CoJda Indians, an ac
count of which was recently telegraphed
from Washington stated to ha\e urnwn out
of outrages commuted by the Indian*. Alter
the tio|n the teams made a treaty with the
Indians receiving their promises of good be
havior in the future.
Mr. Pardee came with the mail from Ft.
Smith.
Congressional.
WASIIINUTOR, Jan. 528.—llouax.—On mo
tion ol Mr. Morse, of Me., a resolution was
adopted, calling on the President to furnish
copies of the instructions to our African
squadron, and those given by the llntish
Government on the same coast also in,or
•nation as to the number of slavers and sus
pected slavers captured, and other matters
pertaining thereto, since the ratification of
the treaty of Washington.
The House recousidered the vote by
which the consuls and diplomatic bill was
yesterday defeated. The question being
taken the bill was parsed, I'll against 'JV
Reports of a private character were
made Irom the Stunding Ccminitlee.
The otise adopted a resolution, calling
on Secretary Cobb for acual and probable
receipts lor customs and public lands for
the current and next fiscal year.
The Judiciary t'ommittee were dissolved
at their own request from the further con
sideration of thc charges against Judge Ir
win, be having resigned.
SENATE.--IU the Senate, Mr. tiwin made
an apology for his language yesterday,
with reference to the proceedings on the
Pacific Railroad bill. lie th.-n moved to
reconsider the Railroad bill which he pass
ed—to review with such modifications as
would meet the views of iis friends.
Mr. Seward presented a petition asking
an appropriation of 250,000, to erect at N.
York and Brooklyn,
defeneee against foreign
invssion.
Mr. Stephenson, of Ga., introduced a bill
for the establishment of Ten itorial Coveru
iiient- in Ari/onia ami If.-rson—l el.-rre.l
to the Committee of ihe Whole on the Mate
at
MM Union.
dlicount (from regular
pri es) to cash buyers, titter WHOLESALE or retail
JJ"Only one price S-K d. NO lay-B.sik k' t, the
salary of a book KEEP, »nd n,lle'lor lif ng ttltncef
dirtcUy to //MN-A'I «r« in the re/u tton yncf«
Later from California.
NEW YORK, Jan. —The stearn"liip Il
linois arrived to-dny from /i-pinw.ill with
tbe California mails Jan. iili, received off
Panama by the ioM-n A^e. She brings
$1
,'2iiiI.IIOO in treasure and HIK» passengers.
The principal consignees are Wells, Fargo
A Co., Freeman A Co., American Exchange
Rank, and Wm. Ho'.lis A Co.
Nearly ail he items of interest have been
anticipated.
San Francisco markets very dull for the
entire produce range.
China and East Indian stock rapidly ac
cumulating.
field dust is coming in more liberally.
The Pre-ident's messatre by the overland
express reaehe San Francisco only two
days in advance of its receipt by the Panama
Route.
HfThe Frazer River gold mines are looking
up. The ice hud broken up in the river
and steamers were making their usual
trips.
Isthmin dates are to the l'.Hh.
A fracas occurred at Aspinwall Ml the
t'th between some sailors of the Roanoke
and the foreign residents. Not much dam
age done.
*~^1 he fiigates Merrimac and Decatur were
at Realzo January 1st, the latter preparing
to cruise.
The stesmer Washington was announced
to leave Aspinwall the 20th for San Francis
co, via thj Cape.
The Costa Rica Congress in extraordinary
session, on the 2d of Dee ratified the lielly
Treaty, with slight modifications.
Gen. L'tmar s manifesto to Nicaragua had
created some sensation through Cen'ral
America, while the firm conduct of Mr.
Iinchanan towards (Tillbusters was fully ap
preciated
Ptoaeer SfUlers' AfiMtliUn,
or
Scott o u n y
THI
tl,105*0
ANNUAL MKITING FOB OIIOI0E OF
oB ers for tbe ensuing year, will be l.rid at
X*£ CLAIBE HALL,
MONDAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
Ja® JOHN L. C0FPIN, •#!**.
Davenport Hay Press
ON Faon sr., KBAB BRitea AVBBUB.
HAV BOlfcHTVSOU) aid FUELED.
TMBthis
subscribur has establish a flAT PRBSS
In c-.ty, where will at all tim'Shaveoo
band Hay preea xl in large and small bales, which be
will s*jl on
ALSO, FOB SALB
F.xctt*ior Band FTISMI,
Which every farmer In Seott e unty should pose's*
OAce as above, and al«o south eaet eoraer Brady
Afttf |B00Bd itrtiU
SRLF^T. O TNONIM STVIMIS
Davenport Institute,
MBBTAotill
furl her noll e I*
TBS WITKITSTATUDBMOOS4T
ta NTBURAID BVERT
I A Y
OB LABOT, CLEAR TVPT. AT
FSOO
PBR ANMUM. IM APVAMOA
Sate
a ef Advertising la tbe Week!*.
Oaesqnare(nf I2 lines)»ne
w*«k....
tM uMituxuil .neerttefi Be
ONE%|UARE WE IWIITB SO#
IN '.TBS &EE
HUE- MONTHS................. 7 SE
SN ,OTB- EE
one vr*r......................
It we
OMenlaasR,one v*«r........................R0
A I S E A N K O U S
HKIVKD KVBKf KVDIM,
At
IRK
e o i K n
Prtn It t'eiNl.
Rairali Tar Pike's Prak:
PBBVIODS ACOORNTS FOl.LT CONFIRMFLBL
(itI.D IN
ARl NDANCE!
ALL
I..
i n
I.ns
of
years old P«-dig'ee- t. Traveller, BY
Inipi. Mercer dam—C'erito, bi«-«l
uti..piall'd
at
Davenpnrt,Tows, DECEMBER ls6h
On acoiint a la-ce n- n I*-r OF t| kets md being
dlspo-e.:
of tbe drawled
WKBrady
lie
AMD
veu every Soaday
at2 'clock M.
Bradv street,
In Billey's HAL," Ho CC
b-taeen Sd
and 4th. Admission and
fpteklngfee scsordine to Parliamentary
antes
of
the Country, to any lady or gentlemen
Question for investigation sunday, Jaaoary tbe
9th.1800:
JsssdMd. The*saan U naturally good.
DB J. LAVASA,
JH OHM of Com of PuMtoaUo*.
Bare Clutace.
•9 le aio par day eastlf rsallnaO.
am AONOBABLE Bosimae. CAPITAL B
OUIRBB OBLT |1 TO (U N
A
HBW ASTICL.B (PATSWVBD) ef aee la
every Family,Msnefsetssr, Btere smdOSss.
Man ani Wsman, yona» aa4 old, wealed, to esgp
Ir Ma sale, Ir every Torn asd Ceenty htfefam
en mA WeaMra Mates aad tmim. laifira
-i I
sitsv a tiwe »•«—lb
U I go I Pike's P'ak w.tbwa NE,
will Bod It to their advantage bny
ilioir wes-
A SI tl WOELTR. "rner Third and Harrt*EH
slr»-el«. if «ber ant be sure v*t ing ibe beet
and cheapest
Wagoi
a. W' are NOW 0 TRM UP
s n-e
Wag II* for that p'irpose We hav- Iwnly wag«B«
oi
hard n.w wbi. we an nt up for
thit purpote UO
short notice. We are IH-te.
mloert BI s-LL every OBOR
wagon, tl at will ceil on us cheap fer .-h
JalM d'.'w
liatelte
A »S WOBBB*.
mpv. ___
lirand
UII1
Enterprise.
eliowinc megmncent pr'perty will H«
I the .NT
THRIin1-T
among tbe mlvcribers valneil at three
thjnsand do'lars. C.N toe 1-t day nuary, either
at the lar T'iain llall or ttie O.-rman Tbealer, Da
vnpi.ri, Uwa.
nubscripuon
tiik-t,, on-* d.4lar
eaih
I. The thoronshbred STALL! n Moui.t Alrey, 7
by
R. L^
8' EN-, II. IS ken. N1 For further
pa.11- ULAIS SEE TNIF TLSIER. HI- SI'S
k
is
y any
BOME in tli S (Seoltl
county. RI
ler to II. l^o:iarI. tthei:ff,
Jo'M Kil ion,"IH"* Paker, and others, wbo
have co.ts tbe ol
this horse.
Valued __
2 VI.E ihomugh bied ftalli. n L.trkin, 6 vears
*ld, ha IF rctt.ER TO KII N EAT. U.AU ne of
tt"-lEST
ra«mares B- dsy P*dlgreeof
L'.SIN—bv im|orl.sl Iloiiien: dam—ty
7 I «tee
For further
particular. seeTurf
KWL-TER. VAIN ... MA
8. ONE FIVE
Y AT
ID DURHAM BULL NAMED MAD­
ISON FR I*DL£IEE
VOLI.TNE 2D
CAN HLORT LI
AMERI­
NN
BOOK,
PANE 1 H«. N*RY 67S.
VALUE OEE
4. ON 4 Y AR ..ID STA.LICN OLT. PEDIGREE
BY CLNRI O N DAM O BOSK.B. VALUE.. 0M
II ONE 6 TEAR OLD HEVON BULL NAMED (ICORGE.
VAIN «NA
f. ON.- 4 year
old
Mo. V
MO t.t AMY LLLLJ. Value.. ISO
7. ONE .SPNNISH Jack, years ol T. Value.... IM
V Two
full M...I
Dnrbain
Ticket, can BE
Cows. Value.... 100
to number FU-I gift *tt*••»•.! IN
Soch of these nan hers. NcBlanka........
Tot.I ateee
The Slallion L.arkln I nd Mount AIrev took the
first and SEOOND preir.IUTIIH as thorotiKbbreT AGED
stallions, «t ilie IR.wa
Stat. Fair LO IS'T-
The above ent' I prise is endu- !,-D by a cNuilltec
of
geniUroeu
wbo ere
wi 1
s cure
eiitirely .'isln»»rt tol which
to each and \ty subfcrltxr an qual
chsnc". It Is dtstlr.. t'y
iiiider»U*^l that tbIS I* no
lottery.
The above stock can be seen AT ALL TIMES at DWB
Creek Farm, Mcuptedby I). K. Allen.
bad at
the Uurtls
Atklti'S S»IS,n. at A.C.
tar ice
Horse, at John
Billon's Jewelry
K. Allec,
Store, of
or either of ibe
nnd.r-igred. A remit-
,r IN- .loiiar to tbe President will rnanre a
ticiet by nturn in
all
Tbe nninbrrs drawing the PI s--s will be pobttabed
for thebeneAtof parti'-liviio-
at road
O PI I.I.BR. Preatdeaa.
WM. HAM.. Merretary.
FRANK PI.I'MKB, TrOST
TL.e above ent» r| Use will
be IM'Slpotied I.I.tt'I 'b» 1st of Febiuary, !•(•, w en
It WL I
lilo^t *s-nre!lv CI me F! Jacl
a e a k
fife-IB "yJgS':
THE old Indepdrnl L.lne on Ihr ronle aealn.
'LILT: I'ltll tl» lllitl LIOW.L.
Opposition courted, competition Defied-
bave re-op II'D our Market llr.U» at Ho
stre- and int'iid t. spare no pains le
suit all
t!
at may 'avor lis with a call, both In prise
and qoallit.
Co-iomers may always TC)J nrnn Tixllne a BEC^
assortment from which to mate IBEr eei.cllraa
Pa.T^rnlar sttert»npaid to Packing
for family use
January J-1,
Pe AIXL^BTFE
lsft».
J.2-'. A. P.
fc
D. KELLT,_
1VI Nli ni&S'S ASSOCIATION.
TILWI.Lfollowing
K K'TIT Unien have
bet
II I I »T.Kcd,aa4
LEtureb f..ie
tl.e
preeent
Association during
Mb. TL,»
K Mat.' .un.
Rev R. I.
Co'li'r,
Hiiam Pro
e,
Ks.|
tbe
sobju
ts and
ant:. uiic I
tim»
will be
Ibr. ueb ih" papers
dnly
(Vnk.
Be*. J. D.iie|TTI,
WD| 11*11. B-Q.,
Capt .SMDI MSY«.
Hev.
llrn.
II n.
J. Y L'L'|.«.
HI n. W. N.idretb,
H«.n I) 8 True,
C. HiuaM I'll, LI|^
N. Parker, •*.(.
Tickets o the season, adaitttlng gentleman A*
laiy. .'I 00. Single I|cket,2/.ent
n A
l.ET GILBOL'RIL
DecTtf Ch-
Irmtn L^C.uie
Tin.SRLAW
all
iar-ies.
Mr DI
n
CcmaalttMe.
DiMsolution*
FIRM OP COOK DLLULN A LIHD-
L. Is tb i day diss I v.d by mutual as- nt
WE d-.|re to RL .se vbe bnalnesi -f tie late ee
*p'-»difv rs poaslbie,St I-qU'ST an I any *t:|TNEST
wi'b
S-THEA e it may bs made wi'h EIIH ot th* under
sign..!. JNO. C4OK.
JM),
F.
IHT.U^
Jant dim JAR. J. LINDLBV*
LAW
Partnership.
OO. p.nml, OS. J. I.HI.I tr, WM. T. CXARB.
ook, LnDLI
AtVI.AHK.S
bavlng retired FR 'N
aaaume the
o'ir
is re
law Arm, te
re*rorif|t.|edntl-e'-R t» R. neb,we
have this L»y ss-OE.atel with u* In
ur
law bu-lneaa
Win. T. C'lsik, V.Kf. JNO. i ling,
JAI.5'ILI.J JAM. LIBDLBT.
UHKJtT BJtBUAiJT
FtTBNITUBe,
DBT OOODFL,
BONNaCB,
LAD1KS WSAS.
oraaa AHTIOLIF,
TOO N, MKROI78 TO MKNTlOlt,
AT
I O A O K I I
N E W
Aactlan aid t'snnlsslsa 8Un I
Ml. 81 BKADY NTHCET,
•*T. PofBTB ISI) PlI'TM,
IMS SAMOKI. PARK BR, ABBIISBSBT.
FIRE AND LIFE INSVRARCSe
rAMMBHS UNION Itf&CRAAfl'M OOBG
Of Athens. Pa.
Capital paid up
In fnli ..•...•.TMMSB
Surplus In ad'iitiouthereP ................ MOM
ATA TB Ft
UK AMD ItARlNt IXAUMAMOBOO.
Of Harrlaburg, Pa.
0a*H Oapltal paid up in full. *4SMS
REraREMeas.
McV-li k Bro Oharlei Iveeetle,
C. •'. Fblpman, I P. Coatee,
J. M. Bldrldge, J.
W.
Wiley,
rker a Id wards, Attorneys at Lew.
Oflee—No. IS Brady STREET up stair*, wttn MM
A Bdw.rtla,
Jsnt S. AT, AfsaO.
U n i o n 8
If*. Brady itrcd,
SSAS THiaiTffT.
E 6 E & O W E E S
Pits Brife, (iesslae MskliSi
Pfeyilclai'a Praserlptlsat
no Raaaa ac
Wlfs andTanpect.
A
IJL-JA -VDBI. "i
JMf-
4*'
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