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S A K K O A
0**% MVUftrMfti'
flmlN, i«» W laao.
Ik* Rtil
It g-nerally miiltjraUHxl, wo pre
•nine, that in October neit we are U
ak-ct a Governor, Lieutenant Governor,
Jadgea of the Supreme Court, tiieml err
of Asae.nbly, etc., for the State nl lwa
We notice that number of ,ur drm
ooratic cottinjKjrarieK, are nlrea«lj" can
suing the merits, and running up the
Midkh of varioys favorite candidate* tor
the different office*. This plan of miit
geating the nimet and procurinp an
•SpreMtoo of opin.on by the prt^c
previous t' thu holdii,rfof the tiotmiia
ting conventi' r, we regard an a gool
•tte, as it assists the convention in a
great measure in the selection of such
men an will give general Mtisfaction
The pernonn mentioned for the differ
ent State as fur as wc have been
tble to learn are an follows
For Governor, we have heard of the
Hun. G. W. Junes, Hon. A. C. lndge,
Hon. Ben. M. Samuel*, of Dubinpie,
Jadge Mason of DesMoines, Maturin L.
Fisher of Clayton, anrl several others.
For Lieutnant Govern'.r—Geo. Wil
Inspy of Wa »ello, Col. Babbitt, of Pot
tawattamie, IJ. II. Solomon, of Mills,
B. W. Eastman, of Hardin, J. F. Inn
OOIDIH-, of Webster, D. O. Finch, J.
M. Ei I wood, of Folk, and Leltingweli,
of Clinton.
For Judaea—J. C. Hall, of Des
lfoine~, K l. Johnston, of Lee, Curtis
B*t« s, ot I'oik, Judge Grant, of Soott,
Chas. Mason, of Des Moines, Judge
Wilson of iJubuqoe.
lhi Democr* -y of the State have a
long lint of tried men and true men,
any of whom would do crcdit to the
offices tni which tin y have proposed.
We express no preferences at present,
%D I oi.iy hope thai the best qualified,
•ti ^e-t and most popular men will
IN selected.
The Ln aad Jenklaa Case .tgala*
Ly the L^W retice Hfpublican we
learn that the celebrated Lane contest,
with reference to the land upon which
be k ll«d Jenkins, ha« been ih "lded to
the effect that he had no preemption
rig'itN t« the section claim* d, but that j0g^
it i« school land. Lane, Genetal Jim |(Rj
Une, Hirgad.er General of the Free
S'^te Milit (*, the great champion of ^R n
freedom in Kat^as," and the. hero of
•o in«ny of tnnMing tales told by the jfne
Mtonous Jntnes Kwlpath, "Kansas
Currespondent of a number of promi-
nent Republican papers it will bfc re-
ineinSered. a few months since, in cold
W
*hot »,d inwl*»*ly killed Col.
Jenkins, a fiee State ••ighbor, who
MiGO upn a & ction of laud, which he
•I*uned for a pail of water. Being af
terwards indicted for the cowardly as
Msamation, he was tried before a jury
of "free state men"—the same free state
nren who had made him Brigadier
General and afterwards appointed him
United Sta'e* Senator under the
Topeka Constitution, and alt dough tl.e
facts were c'early proven and no miti
g«ti ng ciieunistances were shown, he
was honorably acquitted of '.he murder
and let loose again upon Society. Ot
his subsequent acts of heroism tlir ugh
the agency of his cominisfioned officer,
Captain Montgomery, oar readers are
informed.
But now, if any nroofs were needed^
of the cold b'oi'ded, unmitigated and
atrocious character of the murder, his
free state 1 eighbor, we have it in the
fact tha the had no right whatever to
be upon the land, in the defence of
which he claimed that he had acted
but it is decided that it had been set
•part for school purposes.
Have not our neighbors of the Ga
zette a word to say now in defence of
that "great champion of Freedom in
Kansas," whom during the last presi
dential contest, they so delighted to
honor.
The D«o«la»-f Urh Quarrel--What It WM
about.
WA«B!NorM. Jan. 2a—In executive sess
ion to-day an an^rv and exciting discus
sion nrtwe bftw»«ii Jmfge Pmtiilita ami Sen
ator Fitoh, wheu wonts wer»- n-.-t which it
is thouzht. must lend to a luc|. The de
bate occurred on the question of confirming
Po'ter, of Ohio, as Collector of Tote o. Mr.
Puirh opposed I'o ter's noinitiati in. 119 the
man (tioplaced WHS hi* friend, lie na'.d it
Pre»id»'n' »te*ired an i»!ue with him
(Ptigh) h« was readv for it. He denounce 1
tha apfx intm nt and called on every Sen
ator who was tiis (Push's) friend to vote
agin«t it Douglas refpoud.d. ing he
W 'Utd vote wiiti the Seimtor from lihio
lie tlien liranched off on to t:ic Illinois ap
potntm-nu and said they were hishoDeat.
oorrupt and incompetent. Senator Fitch in
tW'Mfatud DcuglHO, and snid it was untrue.
Doiiitla* atrain reiterated what lie had said.
Ft'eh a«rain »aid it wa^ untrue. Cries of
or I *r w^reth-n ntad«. Douglas continued
tf»a ^eb^te. Fitoh replied to Ilouglns with
E•w
fcUh-ayman and br.vo. 1-. ^bate wa^ i
•Mtinued tome time, when moiiou was ™,SS,IS8,-PPI
Made *nd the Senate adjourned. It is said i ®oon
A Taniartn C.. :AP
T.ke a clenn •ottle. and put in it a I
•mall quantity rf tine pulvenz^d alum
b« iraw-arent the pureat wner. On I
|h» •pfw«ch «-f rain, or cioudv weather,
STATE ITEMS.
BTMINEFW or TUB M. As, y. K. ft.—
rhe Wpshinjjton which it wfll
remembered gave a very exaggera
ed account of the Imainas of the M. A
Vf. Rail Itoad, now gives the following
ts t»iv facts in the matter
The fol'owing is a statement of the
amount, and kinds of freight shipped
from Wasliin^top, from September (Hit
to le --ihber iht, lN.rv
II v. Mo. 0*'t
*-i»t soo
ot, »so
Her. I 74#
Ot 4 "89
N" fU
H.
It*. freh*1i7« T**al ll-i
•"101 Hi uu
«40 4
a* «JO 3,IU7
'*1,
ft
MB 2 0 1,314 2l't
To'l I* 430 74S *".« srtl 4 SU 'in
The following is a statement of tlie
amount and kind shipped to VVashmg
ton during the same time
ui
K «eH
11 irb-f
84- U)i
.141100
i*IH WX
J7UWW
«.p» tlT
Off I
W V.
Dec,
toml i(( next wet k
Ko lb« T"t»I
Mf" 'l!»* I
+R 3SI 1 4VI,4»R
8 1 ,*S»4 F7»
VI1 -l 11M
3 T.I 40 1.903 140
261 imw
2*f 000
fb'l, 1,810 I ORfiOOO TON,000 1 211,764
)R 1'IKK'H
PKA«.—The
Buijlf savs
that the first train for Tike's I'cak.
from the East, arrived in Goundl
Bluffs on Monday of last week. They
will rem tin there until early Spring,
then push forward to'the Gold Mine?.
GOLD
KOCKEKK.—The Buf/le ALSO
mentions the invention and manufact
ure of an improved gold rocker in
that city.
The Buf/le also says that the one
would be a convenient thing in a
family, as when it is diverted of the
hopper it is precisely like the cradle
that most people rock babies in and
might answer a double purpose in
many cases.
LAND ENTERED IN
Council
Totai
we
BLUFFS.
—Amount of land entered at the Land
Office in Council Bluffs during the
week ending Jan. I.j, 1859
ri ho
.... 200 acres.
2 bOO
a,
coo
Warrants'....
CATAMOUNTS.—The Council Bluffs
Baffle Rays that on Thursday morning
some animal came to their hen house
and carried ff their prize Malay Boos
ter. By the aid of our trusty dog, we
succeeded in finding where he had
been e it ried to, and hurried in a
bunch of leaves.
We placed a small steel trap care­
fully in the bunch beside him and
the next morning, to our great joy,
we found a large catamount with his
foot in our tri»p. From the action of
,8
THR
Bu ibey U|ay
bay the editor has gone a trapping."
DrntJQt'E MrKDRitRR.-Jtdmson
the Dubuque murderer was not hung
yesterd'.y pursuant to the sentence of
the Court. District Attorney Barker
has decided that the appeal taken to
the Supreme Court operates as a Btay
of execution.
HOKSFS
DHUWNKD.—Two
sume three miles below the city, on
the river, and both horses were drown
ed. Mr. iSartlett was driving the
team, and narrowly escaped meeting
tlK same fate, as the wagon also broke
through.
TJIK BIUUIJK
A RAILHOAD BltlDGE AT DIBI^IE.
—The Dubuque Herald thus speaks
of a Railroad Bridge across the Missis
sippi lliver at that point:
"Whether there is to be a bridge
across the river at thib point, immedia
tely, is a matter of some do ibt—that
Mt bStU»rne«s, and »aid tl.at 5jeuaU)rs
how to pr'ze anything coming, from
thai quarter. Cries of ord were again
mad*. Dong'a. then replied, and was catt
ed to order. Mot'cns were tlien made that .1 _:n 1
DuUila* ha •Howed .0 go on in there will be,(eventually, isasupposi
Jrff Davta opp««d it, and »»id. turning to
Doa las. he had l.atened with indignation
to the lanttuaue u«ed, and it wan th»t of
tion hopefully entertained by many
both here and at I.hi.i eith. One thing
iA.CertHinTt,,,rt
8evtral
TIM Stt EMsn4s
The following interesting fact* re
garding the new Eldorado, we cKp
from the Omaha, N. T., correspondence
of that excellent democratic journal,
the Maquoketa Sentirul
"I will give yc the facts as far as 1
know. The mines are not at 1'ike's
i'cak in Kanras, as many eastern jour
nals have it, but north of there, and
extending as far up as the head watet.
of the Veliov Stone River, .is yet.
however, the riehest diggings, have
been fjund ou Cherry Creek rid other
streams in that vieini'y, about seventy
miles south of Fort Laramie—most ot
the miners, however, seem to think
that the best and rtehest mines w ill be
found another summer on ihe Medi
cine Bow i.ver, and other creeks far
ther up in the mountains than Cherry
Creek. It is hard telling though, as
yet, where the most money will le
made. At Cherry e'.cck the miners
report very favorable, and say they are
making from $2 to *20 per day, and
iuat in the spring when they can pro
cure tools, thev will be able to double
that amount at least. All who left
here last fall have pitched their tents
at Cherry Creek, where they are build
ing a town and preparing for mining
on quite a extensive scale in the
spring. All seem highly pleawed with
lite prospect, .d say there is a coun
try there large enough for all creation
to mine on, and that gold is found all
over in more or less quantities, and
that the country is as beautiful as can
be for agricultural purpose^, with an
abundance of excellent fine timber.—
As yet 1 Lave seen but one account
where the chunk gold has been found.
It being wash gold or dust. But the
miners say as soon as they arc able to
get into the mountains, they think
lump gold will be found equal in value
to anything yet pickd up in Califor
nia. 1 have yet to see a discouraging
letter from any of those who left here
last fall ftr the mines, and have read
a great many."
A
gU(.gf,e(j tlmt the one we
WHg
jiC
on
LAW
|y trespa^^i- upon
o|)f faen coop ai)(l we
Rn(
an
„t,Mr
morning found
PlltanioUnt safc
\Ve
8C
ari(
min a
the
f,,utid the trap snap-
pu(J„ l||e IUornin^ fro|n which
W(
ju|there ia inure ol the vai-
bont.
(j)ir rt..ujCT8discover
a lack ofedi-
INTO Tiii-.UNEI.VK.s.—A mur­
derous assault was recently made upon
an old man named Ternav, in Brown
ville, Kaiisns, by a ruffian named Mi'h r.
Ternav was rescued by a couple of his
neighbors, brt Milier procuring help at
a neighboring giog-shop, returned to
the assault with a butcher knife and
seriously wounded both of Ternay's
friends. Miller was immediately ar
rested by the citizens and held subject
to the orders of the Sheriff of Shawnee
County. This functionary refused to
have anything t,o do with the matter,
because there were no funds iu the
county tre? sury to be applied to the
necessary costs. Thereupon the citi
zens organized a court, appointed
judge and jury, admitted counsel for
the defense, examined the witnesses
and found tlie prisoner uuilty of assault
'with intent to kill. A committee was
then appointed to deliberate on the
punishment for the crime, who report
ed in favor of death by flanging. This
report was submitted to a vote of Un
people and confirmed, and the judge
pronounced sentence accord it gly. Just
before the execution, however, the civil
authoii!i"s began to bestir themselves,
and a writ of habeas corpus made its
appearance from the U. 8. District
Court, upon which M'ller was reluc
tantly transferred to the keeping of the
L'. S. Marshal.
MARIUED
teams at
Muscatine—one belonging to Mr.
Swioehart and the other to Mr. Slull
—employed in hauling ice, broke
through on Tuesday morning last, and
une of the horses of Mr. Swinchart's
team was drowned before they could
be extiicated. A team belonging to
Mr. Barllett, of Muscatine Island, on
the same day also fell thiough the ice,
AT CMNTOX.—The
Clinton Ifentld of the 22d gives the
following description of the bridge now
ab:ut to be constructed at that place
"The bridge commences on the east
side of Little Hock Island, at a point
nearly opposite Lamb's saw mill. The
western abutment stands on the Island,
and ih to be of solid masonry, 2G feet
in length at the base, tapering to 22
feet at the top, and 10 feet in thickness
at the base, tapering to 0 feet at the
top. The distance to the Illinois shore
is 1,400 feet, which is to be divided
into seven spans of 200 feet each. Each
span resting on a pier of solid masonry,
of the same dimensions as those of tlie
abutment described. Both the abut
ment and piers will be built of solid
pile work, there being piles for the
foundation of each of the former, and
"4 piles for that of each of the latter."
The bridge is to be completed before
tl e 1st of November of the present
year.
P«»U
aro
w'"
ttf li- (riven a».d moet severe personal 'n the N irth-West which fir»t secures
Ttairrks made- the crossing, will secure an important
BA*OMCTM._ In view of the fact, it is
be
1
r,ver
th« alnm wtll be vUibU in a flaky, spiral* covered hv the usual lepcaite. In
MBIN of the fluid, re,,chiug some places they sounded twentv
HM brttom to the aurfaca. This is a i aevtn
le and Uau ir..' SaroteaUr, and "eenteen °J Were
..thin the reacn ..f ml\ who
Uh w»ter,
•i'M & bta'. I' k i
ATIAINSX llis
BANKING HOCSE
on the
|n Pr°ccss of being, or
t'e« bridged, and the Railroad
"oped that the Bridge at this
P°,nt will be pushed ahead. Sevaial
then up tfe bo«.U« with «pit iu vf wine, i E»'g neers were encased ves'erdav in
with a view of ascertain-
ln® what
depth the "hard pan" is
acd the rest mad. Solid bottom
Vxr wmpliattT of «outrw *M naohed even at thia depth.—
-*k— —1
TK»
w 1 1
fag'Tha laok of longer poles pr«T«ntMl "BI«M70a," h*avakimad. "TOIV*agmd
r— knowing kow nook SrikJu* NA 5^ 'A ****tk*
,^^bc±:°'7riirbiaki,wa'
WILL.—-A
few days since John Kcarn left Milwau
kee and came to this city. A day or
two after he was followed by a young
woman, who claimed that he had done
her a great and enduring wron^, and
refused that reperation which it was
only in his pewer to give. The young
woman learned that John was at
North's Amphitheatre on Tuesday
night, ami hither she wended her way
—applied to ollicer Hunt, who is sta
tioned there, and with that oflicial en
tered tlie boxes and oointed out the
sinning John. The officer took him
into custody and lodged him for the
night in the lockup. esterday morn
ing he was brought before Justice
Stiekney, and required cither to marry
the girl, or give bonds in ¥500 to appear
before the Recorder to answer to a
charge-ot bastardy. John wisely chose
the former alternative, and
44they
twain
were made one" by Justice Stiekney
in the twinkling of a clam-shell. John
some two hours after the close of the
proceedings at the Police Court, was
seeking information of Charlie," of
that locality, as to the best course to
purine to obtain a divorce from his
newly made spouse.— Chicago Press
ct* Tribune.
BANK OK
ST.
bank has just
gone into operation. T. li. Eldridge,
Pr e s i e n a n 1 u i e a s i e o
merly of Milwaukee. The capital is $100,•
ooo. The basis of their circulation is ei.
lirely (inio stocks. The issues are oces,
twos, fives and tens. All the tills have'
the denominational figure printed ncross
the face, in red. The osts have a beautiful
river view, with a finely executed steamer.
Twos have a farmer plowing. Fives, on
the left side, have a hunter fit iag at a deer.
TENS have a half length female on the left,
and a Buffalo hunter on the right.
RoRnitn.—The La Salle
Press learns that A. J. Matti^on's banking
house at l'rophetstown, Whiteside county,
was robbed on Saturday night, 15th inst.,
of $05,000 in bonds and mortgages of the
Camanvhe, Albany and Mendota R. R., and
about $7,OOO in notes belonging to Mr. M.
It seems the elerk was attending an even
ing meeting in the town, and was called
out by a citizen who professed a wish to
examine his accoj'it and deposit some mon
ey. The clerk went with him to the bank,
and whi'e they were transacting the busi
ness, a gang of men with faces blackened
rushed in and seized the paper above men
tioned.
tw At the Printer's Festival in New
York, on Monday evening, Jan. 17, Mr. W.
H. Fry, of the Tribune, said
Terms of compliment and affection are
necessarily left out of telegraphic dispatch
es, and it is wonderful how much can be
said in a few words. A friend of mine
went last week to St Louis, and familiarly
telegraphed to his wife in this city, What
have you for breakfast, and how is the ba
by V She telegraphed back, Buckwheat
cakes, and the measles.*'
tw A Scottish writer complains that
none of his country ever attained the Brit
ish accent. He says that he once prided
himself on his success, but was undeceived
before he had been in London a day, A
man was lying on his baek overpowered
by liquor. "Come, my food fellow," taid
the Scotch nan, "I will help yoa up."—
tw The frauds perpetrated I y Bretlin
and (»ihs.. ,i. the two treasurers of Ohio in
llvG and 'ft7. are not likely to prove
riou* as at fir*t supposed. The legislative
committee to win.in the subject was referred
in 1* 7, ha»e ferreted "'Ut ail the parties
enga^.d in the haae transaction tv which
the Stale Treasury robbed of
anil ihey think all will be acounnd for
except per Laps t-.200,000. lircslin, the
hief robber, now live* iu seclusion tome
where iu Cansoa.
PIT The Li*nerick Jirftortt .»tes that
Ma'iame !a Mont*-z takes a deep interest
in Ireland, n] articulurly in the e~tnb)'sh
'nent of an American and !ri«h packet pos
tal service, »nd on her .^r to America it
ia her intention to leeturc- on tlie subject,
and to draw public attention the necessi
ty of selecting the best Irish port, which
ever may be prov. such, for this great
purpose.
Jf A Fort I'uipa corierpondent of the
New York tlrrald giv» rather a doleful de
scription of life in that region. He says
that the uiue of a dollar is ouced to that
ot a cent in that out-of-the-way place, the
wages of maid servants bring f:',5 amcujlh,
aud everything else in proportion.
nr The English convicts who'ftrrived at
New York a few days ago on the Washing
ton, and »ho told Mayor Tieniann they
would have to return to their former pro
feMiou(t: y were burglars) if they were
not provided with food, lave b«en eent
back to England by the Mayor, at the ex
pense of the owners of th. Washington.
t#" Capt. McKinley, formerly the editor
of the Ho'rnes county (Ohii Fanner, and
more reee: ,ly a captain in the Mexican war,
die" suddenly at Otsego on the Saturday
before New Year's. Having met with
friends, he s. down to pl«y a cards wilb
'hem, and fell dead with the cards hi kis
hands.
tw Tiefore fleeing, Zuloaga seized 2o,
0oo which was in the treasury, and divided
it anions his adherents, reserving $H,O(I0
for himself, according to late Mexican intel
ligence.
twIn California, people be^in to think
that, Frszer Kiver is not sueh a big hum
bug" after all. New emigration to the
nortb next spring is looked for.
jy A body of a small dng has been sent
from Boston, and buried by the side of its
for ner mijtress, at Mount Hope Cemetery,
Portland, Me. It is said to have grieved
itself to death at her loss.
tW A year and a half ago, four yonng
laifies, at Cincinnati, were married at the
same hour. Two have since separated from
their husbands, and the other two are try
iug to get separated.
Blank*! Itlanks!!
Warrantee Deeds,
Deeds of Trust,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Trustee Deeds,
Mortgage Deeds,
Chattel Mortgages,
Attachment Bonds.
Power or Attorney,
Ongtnal Notices,
Justices' Blanks,
Sheriff* iilanks,
Confessions of Judgment,
Constable*' Blanks,
i'eplevtn Bonds,
others teo nntnerone o mention, at ths
ITATE DEKIOVKAT OFFICII,
Print** 'ii ths t**»l »tv!« poaalbla
To Droggists & Country jHerch'ts.
A U I O N
OMB
OeorftP W. m-t ck of tt e fimiof Comftjck
flt llrother, is prrtrndiac liit he has taught
o.ir receipts and accnoots of rse's Indian Hoot
PUli.
SU0H IS NOT THI 4si.
We nevfr have mi 11 htm n ciipt or •'•count, ^or
n»ver »ha l. We give th.s rotiee ihat partes owing
as may ni.t b*- in uc to i aj li m.
a. J. WIIITB*0*.
Important JVatice.
la future ail U'ttern relstiiiK t.) .'se's Tnilian
Root Pl.U w. I ba ndil-' to e anil rmgiieil
A. J. WHITK, No lDC. urt uJilt St.
Jal6-3iio O, Ni-W .rk.
JIT LE98 TttAJi COST.
w
E will tell at oar Grocery an*l Virlety Store,
coiner of Ho-* Itlsud and 6e »nU streets,
Boots »4 Shoes, Hats tsd Caps,
And many other klcil* of gcoda,
•IT 0 8
aad sense arUctts
At Zioas Tlian Cost.
We are drtermUml to
CLOKE OUT TIIF GOOȤ
Wllliin the next few we^hi, and will give great b»r
Kaini to tLoat in wrut of such gods, If they will call
aoso.
Wsaiso have a good stock of
O O K
Which we will cell as 'ow, if not lower, ttl*a can be
bought tn tlie cily. Call am' *re the Hcx-l*
E. & It. U. TYN'HB,
0irii».r Rock Tslsnd ^-.1 Sei.Obd sir.'t^a.
BMVfiport, January 25, Uf9. Ja'2G
.Removal,
JJAYIKO •old my Drupt, and removed air
Dry Goods aid Ilardwaro
to my store ronm, on
FOURTH STREIT, KRAK ROCK ISLAND,
will aell them out tea (10) p«r cent below cost, traoi
them for lan-l or aril them on long time.
1. M. RI.f'BlDOR.
u i o e e i o e e s
kC., AO.
I I I A e
to HRADT STREET ^0
CANDIES, FRUITS ASD REFRESHMENTS
BUTTER, EGGS, AC.
Call aad see. Da. PllRtTOCt,
Jail A(*nt.
Boats Md Hhocfl.
E W o n s
JUST RECEIVED,
A*
zero 8
SriolLoXla' Blook.

Selllsg at Low Prlcos.
Ja27 fAilVBRD SUITS.
TOUIVCi BIKS^ ASSOflATIOI.
W. UILUUETH, Esq.,
Will deliver a lsstare More ths Am«lattai
W I N I S A I I V I K S A
AT
M«tropoIit»n Bali
SDUICT
1IYDIAK CHAHAG rEBISTICS.
Lectare ta soMriin at 7 o'clock precisely.
Jan'24 HALI KILBOtTaN. OH'A CM.Osm.
Loil!
A
DARK Oolotsi SUM Martlu TtetoiHia. Tha
Wr wtu saWsWy^ewsrikd by isavlag ths
asuUUofet
CmmmAm JMfMr lltrt.
Mmr mm «si
"PECtAL NOTICES.
U-j»a irtuM, -lie reaov
ned 'liner.
rative tn»
s
r«r of that
invaluable teamlr Or. Maaa't Ague lliltau,
ooiitinora to labor In hrhalf of tbe attlicvd. Bis
ai»^ictrr are uoi\ ss'ly idmi Jel by the ABericsa
P'eas, tobjfarf per'or taanjr *.id all others »v«*
•ll»c«ivrfel for ILe treatm^titof chills, tevt-r aod agu'
atd
all lnteiriitt«i.t».
T:.erc nibf to
dout.t, if
.-t 'liswvfry ~tr mad" la th" acfc-nc* of medi
oin«. Tb«* attention "f otir r»Kl«re is call"*] to the
a'lverti—ni'flt of tni« Bal-am f.uod U aii'•:lit «i
ami. «f
tbii papr.
arxl
wr IM i rec
mmetMl all suf
fcrlT-tt frm tfais
diseaae, vii: chills, fever aad ^ae,
to avail t'Kjim' v e of a trial of this reoatdy.
t-y all n od drtifff ti.
Wiwii'I
Aia KSSTOBATITS
Am n« all pr»p
a i n s o e i a i a a v e I n o a e a s
iifal K-le, none hase.tr given i n sati»facticii or
tfiltt lth p-.pu arliy that Pr.f. Wo.dV Hair
Ris'o.
ll'-toraiive has
reilm-s
paesed
ordeal i iunuoisrabls fi«hWnable
walks
with hf-ad eri-et,
With
T: wi E CHEEKS and sparkling eyes,
A i II'L who yesterday. iit« hiiji,
0poke CAUGHT but woee
in
groans and sighs.
Know y th'-p wr that MUi s'lMaed,
An'l scttt r.il all his ir- adful illi
Hear yi- atlli son- or m*n—
Twai llaaRK K'y PLGAR (,'OATIO PILLS."
Herri ks Fills and KV1 Plasters are sold eva
rywln re.
Be-- a1vertlMinen on 8d page.
drover Jl* tinker's
CBLKBRATKD
riHILT SGWINti MACHINES
A New Style. Price $50.
4'J5 i»R0AIWAl', N. Y.
These Machines from two Fpools, aad form a
seam of unequal.ed isUre ifcti, hi'auty and elaatlcity,
which will NOT rip, EVEN if every fourth stitch b»- cut.
Tli-y are ui iuettlouably the beet in the market for
family usr
C^SEND FOB A CIHOULAB.-O
J. C. Washbarae, Agest,
ac86-dtf Davenport, lowi*
NEWADV'liTlSEM'TS.
Ciiold Csold Gold
ISelop'-
being found In larce qnantttlee on the eastern
of th- Rocky Mountains, aod the subscri
ber- are having considerable experience la "fitting
oat" parties dating tbe
California Gold Excitement!
are now preparing for such as wish to try their lock
at thu
JYew El Dorado."
W{are now manufacturing a Eton (or Camp,
which may truly he celled the
i n e s i e n
Weighing with furniture, only Forty Pound*, and «j
conetruct'-rt as to be very COMPACT and D^RABI.R
and w» inttd 'o
a p*rfct
workiLR Cook 8'ove.
No lierson should think of leaving witt oot one of
'he-e aa ful au!
a
uio^t iuuisp -baatile articles. We
are iLauufacturirig
Camp Kettles,
In which u Bested a Bomber of useful oooklng otsn
el's. Also,
fiold Wash Pans,
and mny other useful articles, for such a trip. For
ench as
o o s e o S a y a n o n e
W« now have, and shall r.intlnn" to ke'p on band
throiiKh the ooming year, ths
largast sad hart select*
ed stack of
STOVES AND HOrSH Ft"RNt?HtKG GOODS,
ta be found ln this country, which will be sold at low
flgnres
Please call and see for yourselves, at
Jal9-dkwtf 39 last Second street.
«f FVifunAIe improvement.
Patented June 8, 1858.
DON'T
SE trjiiririu-i ch uitaU, acid.s, or mine
ral astringents, .uid
8AVK TIME! PAVE CASII 8ATK RiUIj
Ry u«ltij Morgan process of tanairiRleath.fr. It
has tx'Pii ti-at' for two vearg prior to late of letters
pHtrtit. I*ath"r nn«-h.lf taoned tiv tlie minion
methtwl", »1 pie'el wi hoiU tti« aid of ma Irti'-ry,
or *x'ra outla* of i .ip tal as in-rea-Hl weight ful y
crnip- n-iati" for time and n.atfrlal, (wlilli i almn
dant V'Tvwhere. This )iri.cr«a pte-'-rves all th
ben-fl'sof Krench TauninK, without the eiprnso of
time and money.
Ails Is to certify t^at I, Le*!.? Johnacn, sad'He and
harr e- s miker, hav" u»' 1 aid do use a con- idera
lile extent, leather Unnt.l by Je^oi Morgan's Pateot
Tann n! Prcccss, and find that ln every li. -tance it
his uiven entiri- *ati-factlon, for 'lurabl'ity and gen
eral »oo«t fiu iHt'. s. L.KW13 JOBN80N.
Sumpt'-r, June li'., IS5S.
Th!s is to certify I am a bont miker off mrteen
years' constint practice, woikingln tbe main Krench
Calf iind fln* stock. I have untd some leather
tanned by Morgan's p'oitw, to my perfect a Ufac
tlou, an the g'Ticr*! con.nc i.d of my ustoniera
Thu testier i* colid. durah'e. an'l »'ars ^nio- th and
pllabh* .n teod cf becoming ii.trJ. grow.-* s tt.
II. S LINO.
Hliop, Town, Connty or State privileges sold cheap
or exchanged on M' tVm* AJ'IrekS,
AGENT MORGAN'S TANNISO,
Jal9-dIm-» 'iin Ifcx ATtf, CI veland, Ohio.
o E i
ASever
the Scott Connty Pair Is tha largest aad best
htid in Davt nport, so is
The Largest and Best Stock
or
Cloths CaNftiuwrcH & Vcntiuis,
(-uitable for Pall and Winter) ever offered la this
market now open at
S A U E E Y S
(store oppot'te the Pott Office) which will be made ap
to suit customer* on short notice,
and
Prices Is keeplig with tie Tines.
A large assortment of
READY-MADE CLOTHING
Per Men. Youths ant Roys, of my own mannfactare,
which will be Bold at
a s e a i o e s
I shall continue to aaaufactars my own Clothing,
thereby giving a
BETTEB A BUB
NT
Per tha same money thaa any Bastera made goods.
Btrer) thing In the
Furniahiaf De^Rrtneat
Can also he foaa 1.
Bhirta of all deaonptiona.
Under Clotiuns la endlaaa rtrtsty,
Ties,
paniHraaaMa^
Btoeka,
OoapandM*. *«, tt^,
A large sad sglwdld sssortsasat at
e n s S a w s
ha shsapeet ersr eftred la this •s
r%sl.
AUAFWKM TKSPAWAIALBVMLLBMMMB
rnrnKtat/m
•ILT Ml mtOB.
S E W I N A I N E S
wr
can place ooon-leore In the iniiiim»raMet Minx mala
»b-»l DT tirlui in
bU
fr-at
,n. ,.ltt (t thr
the
toilets,
the
lali*s, whei ever they have le.teJ it, praaounce It a
er.'.-is arti• .c. Tb«-y Cud, *h«te !b( hur is thin
DFCI, that It creates a fr? Kfiwib— that It fuliy
the rcfetativf po*er of thu toits on the
•luiirltd plat »•, aod tauses th'-flbroa toslnot forth
anew—that il and renioves'Utulruff, pre
vents grayrc?*, reetoriu the hair to its
o:
:g:uai eolur
when Kr.iynefb hi» actually sufH rv.'ruil, gives a rich
In.trc, imparts th« fi'fin e* ab'i tUxtbiaty of »iJk to
TLI'' LUIR. and
k"-p« It always iuxariaat, healthy aad
iu full vigor4— Jf. I Tribune.
8UM by al! REFPE^TABL" DRCKGT^T*.
TUB POSTbV OF PRY310.
FACT* FUR 'I'll*: PKOPLR,
TIIRBR goe» a mnn. maik WHII
flow dark ind ealkw is its I
Hi« lately i' -hug ty tow dim1
Hi- pace how sii Kglsb It IN too.
It nwils nc words of mine to tell
Th- pane* he in xiiff'riiif to-day,
Th- »lio -tins pa
that lack
'-rain,
Which nauKbt but pllla will dr!"e away.
Beliin I him
A Car4.
Tb» pcesan wha nsallslnnaly pat
s stlrk In oar Sew
teg Machine itfce whwli h, Vflsca) at th- Ruck u.
l*i.'I Pair. )aat Mart the aaaatialas Oiumiitee
Came anwnd, did Dot probably olta'-n »hat the}
•o mark Jf -*d —we took the ziaar Pasaii-M
the maJiiae wtao well known. Try again—l ut kon
ormblf. ©. wnira,
Anat far Whrdar It Wito«.
P. S. We toak the flrat premium at the lows
State Mr.
"A Card,"
AMD A 8U0BT DlBCUUVAHCt. "TO BOOT."
I noticed a stateaaeat In a late laue of tbe 7tn«s,
a cart)of D. P. Whits, Ageat,to the iffeat that the
macblaa be sells, aoinetiinra, took the pr nlaa at
the Rock Island Pair.
If you will look In the iffM of Sept. M, yaa wtU
see tbe official report ana lUt of pmifjai, a'wl here
appears the discrepancy.
In the fltat place, no premioaa ass cffired at all,
while n ne could tave been riven, we sec a highly
complimentary note In the olclal report, ta conn^c
tion with tbe Quaker City Haialac narklas,
which, I snppoee. applied to all sood maehinaa. II
appears, t'jen, that brother White's Ideas of the
lotor*bi4" are somewhat ague-shaky, bat his
n:»chlne9 are pretty good notwithstanding aodtte
fact (call for the prof) that amonK onr W-dnesday'a
aalea was ons to a family having Wheeler It Wil
son's already, bnt could net make it serviceable,
doo» not make th-m worse, perhaps, bnt only proves
the greater excellence of the Quaker City.
By the way, I'll barely mention that we hsve Just
received the Klitb invoice of i/mikir City Sawing
Machtnet, and there is a fine a»aorunSDt for select*
log from—three styles and a Ocsm machines, at oar
efBce, corner 3d and Brady streets.
iWUEELEH W1LSOIV,
Away from the rattl-'-te-t «n« of the Quaker City, and
try and keep cool—not talk so ud, nor swear at cs
(as yon did tha other day, and have to aak thewditor
ai« logiae for yoa Bit down while we ask a few
esti'iiio.
ltl. Rowahont the$2S QiakerTltv»n'd A Pk'fi?
Couldn't u»e it ezcbatigi f..i |i ioi,e. c.it-i'in'i
u«e that bat can and are umtig a Wheeler It Wil
son.
2d. What about th*
$38 one sold tn Vsa Wyckp
Couldn't use It exchang'-d for a 944) one couldn't
use that: a ked you to take it back you refused.—
He then left it with us to sell, W' U li wo are happy ta
S ty we did aell to Mrs. T. C. Katce for $10. Did we
obtain it unfairly f"
81. Also the $uo one sold Miss A Pabln, Rrek
Island, who couldn't tide itandhaa left It with ua ta
sell for $-0 V
4th. Ir Judd, of R'ick Ts'and, bought a $28 one
exchanged for a $40 one couldn't i se either came
to as and off-red the $10 macMn» for $20 !n exchange
a Wheeler 4* W hon, which of course waarefuted.
An't doing that kind of tit tineas.
Bth. Rowaboo* the
S39
one bought by Mtln I*,
Ivi Ielan."4 V Couldn't use it. and exchanged for a
$10 on» couldn't use thit. He ha* purchased of
us a Wheeler h. Wil.on ari'L CAN USE that.
We are vry truly yours,
declB THI WUBRI KH WILSON.
An Apology.
rsiBI reader will please overlook the above eliull
tion. Ills hlit-tond moral sentiment In bust.
n*s» would not allow him such latitude, in hi* right
mind. He ts n turatly choleric, and whenever we
hive held the torch to bu b'mtrie.s talatuea and
meanness,be is tnv \rlatly attacked with brain col
ic, and a lingwil tumtner complaint. Bo don't
hold him spc iiiitile—the discount or. hlx Word la
grater than on the machine*. Ills "few" Is onr,
ani that is thefe thr ugh no fair meana. By their
wurti uot words, may jc know them.
nov«0 QDAKBE CITT
A Card.
THE
official report taken from the Argu* of Aept.
29th, 1SV1
Mo4J. Whi'e,Davenport, 1 Whfeler Wll
gon S' wlng Machine, Veteriing oj high commen
dation.
K" 86. TCBste, Davenport, 1 Bewlng Machine,
Qood.
No 39. TC Bste, 1 s'wlng Machine.
Note.—The re vera I aewlng machines on exhibition
were all superior, each doing the work well and at a
rapid rate, highly commendable.
The l'remium Machine" can be s»en at A W
BalKy's store. wni i'l, Agent
P. 8. To Kate denies pntMng a atlck In our ow.
Ing nnchine at the Rock 1.1
and Pair. W« never
charge! him or any one el -e witb it bat did yoa ev
er see a Mrd flutter uiileaahit?
P. P. 8 8. We shall in a few days have a lot of
Wheeler 4 Wila»n Flrat Premium" sewing ma
vhlnee lor FIFTY DOLLARS. ocl7
Stager's sevinpr Machises.
PK1CK BBDOCBD
From $135 to §50 and $75.
S I N E & O 8
New I
as proved Faailly tewing Maehlaa.
THE
anparallelled popularity that oar Mtrhlnea
have attained throughout the whole of the Ras
tern States and Rurope, makes us rlesirous of rea
derlng ihem equally popular throughout the Wast.
With this view, we place em within the reach of
all by the above great reduction in price.
WESTSaa OrricE, 140 LAKE BTEEET, CHICAGO.
A. W. HARRIS, Aent.
Circulars containing every Information seat gratia.
a&ftst oift«7oiftat
BPLENDIO OIPTB!!
AT US RANDOLPH STIIBT, CHICAGO.
JA
SMITH A REMIXGTOIV.
COLBT k CO. would inform their fri»nda
and the public, that their Airt ltxk Store is
permanently ent.ihlished iu Od i K*tlows' Building,
iietwwn ark atid Dearturn ttneta, where ibepur
Phaser of each book, at the tegular retail price, will
receive one of the loi'o«ti gi ta valud at fr $1
to $100. Any peraons a nd'ng for the bookit and uot
saimtle 1 with th gifta, rtn have the ptivilege vf *e
iectii in its place a $1 2.r hook, makinn two t-n
alii.lit'i: Kiks for «-Jt* ci.ts each. Pors 11 s can
state in their orders If gifts Koinit wish eaeh l«iok
d"es n.t
fu'.t,
what ex a book th«y will Relent ii:
pUce of gl That i« hatter than any other fllft
Hook sa'e 'tiers In th- Unit"d Htatea In a ml
GROCERIES.
I N K
to New Y .rk, B..it.in er Phi'ad* Ipbla, tour gifta are
vaiu'dat from J4 cent* to $l(rf K-irthermore, It
wouldcoa*. neirly doutiie the amouct of yjur pur
h'sef.Texpre-» harem.
One of th* Gifta of the following achsdole are
preaenb to each purchaser at the time of aale
8^0 Pat Bog lever Hold watches....$100 00each
Pat Anchor d- dj 80 00
400 Ladle* gold watches, 18 carat Ml 00
f.V) Bller Watches, go'*l tline-xeep r« S3 IN)
600 'l Chains 15 00
4A0 Oold Hra~elet« ......12 00
SOO Hold ThlmldeJ 6 00
I.V10 Jet Or Pioreutlnn Drops .......S AO
I.Vid Jet or Florer.tine Pins S 60
an tam-o and Moaaic Setts .....12 on
,'hkki Cameo Pins 5 00
5mj0 Painted Poriralt Pins 5 00
Setts Caateo Drops. •••....5 00
fiTM (lol'l l.ocket* (10
71100 Soil Breast Pin* 60
7i 0 (ii Bar Drops 2
Gold Pent and Bbony Holders....5
IIHIOO
50
W/0 ....4
loooo Srttn Rents' Bheve Buttons. 00
8MIO itH('»m'0 Hleeve Button*........4 bo
KXK 0 S tta Lad 11 a' Sleeve BHttona rO
Betta fiold Bbirt Btads 00
KMio 2 60
WOti Setts Cameo Shirt Studs ..S V)
I0W0 plain 2 60
Mxi i Gold Pencils sad Qold Peaa S SO
lOtaiO (Jold Pencil 00
HMKm Ladies'Ooll Pens. Ivory Holder....2 00
l'«KJ0 laliea'».ld Breast Plaa 1 SO
IO«n (}r |a' »,.Id WaUh aeyi 3 00
I00-M) dentf'Gold Br astPlna I 60
12000 Gold Rinse 00
arjti Ribbon Slides 2 06
Colby's new citalogae, which is sent free to sll
parts of the country, contain* all the ssost papular
book, of tte dar.
Agents wanted In every town In the t'nloa. Those
deslrlne ao to act caaohtata full parttsulara by M
dresilnc aa afc v •.
Belrg largely Interested In publUhlng hooka and
buying from otber publi*h«r* In busins-s, quaatttles
for rash, we are enabled to make larger discounts
to country aifnutwan can he had at any other ea
taUUahmeat In the coantrjr.
Aa extra $1 25 Book and Gift given to any per
son ordering t*n books at one time to aaa address.
Bead tor a Catalog
as Addiess
J. A. OOTBT,
t«c3B-wlma 118 Raadolph st^ Chicago
Davenport Inotitute,
VfBBTg till further notice Is ws every Saaday
ivi at 2 o'clock a. In Bailey's Bsil," Mo
Brsdv street, tweell id aad 4th. Admiastoa snd
ipeaking ee according to PartlaaMatary Rales of
the Country, to say lady or geatleaiSB
Question for tnvsstigaUon aandsy, Jaauary tha
Btb,I860:
Jfssalasrf, that msa la naturally goad.
Otto 01O pa* day easily raallUa
AM aoaoaAaLX aasiamsa. CATIT4|9
«nut osiT $1 TO $1$
Aevery
IIIV ARTICITB*(PATSMMB) of ass ia
Pa»iiy.Msamfsssgy. Mara aad Qgsa
MaaisadiVoass,yaaagaidcM, waatad, to aacsas
MB»ia^a«W7Mais«0iHr ta^sBsali
ga aad wsgiwa fcm aad toiBala. Saadfara
*OHrfe|«Mto
a 1.
Hurrah far Cike'a Peak!
11, who Intend gotna W P»k*'a Peak arzt
had better nme lo ibe
Hmwkeyt fit
ore,
set their oaiitt. All kit d* of OrucnW aad Pra
vttMtir, may iher« he fmtnl In abundnnce, |nr -««h.
A Fmb laotof
Goo4s
Prime R|o,
Mdflov Java,
T. U. KSTE ft CO.,
Proprietors laths Western States.
"P. •."—"Next." eeplS-tf
O I U A K K I
SE wri^ra jtr^cmur
MYtake
Dear Quaker CMy, will yon be so kind as to
a'eat with us in ourlittle sanctum where
yaa aaa hear the maatcal click, lick, of lbs
COFFKBB.
PreaB Boasted,
I ttov Java aad Ma.
TBAS.
Oolsag,
••aerial.
Taang Hysaa.
PI.OHR.
Jint'^n's Buckahratde.
PISH.
Pi kl-d Uerring (Mo 1) Codfish,
No I White Pigh.
Mackaial,
•ALT.
Ball by the bamL
BOAP.
A SaM,
Castile flo.ip,
White 0 E Snap,
Brown da Transparent
OIL.
Whale (for barnlag,) KiephsM
PRnr.
Sullana Raisins (Just reed) Zaute Currants,
Valencia 'Ij ('it run
do Prune*,
Driel Applet* (new) Dried Peach's (new.)
Bl FINING FLUID, warrantel to bam aad aa
assoke.
WOODRW 1MB WILLOW WARE of all kinJs.
FAIKHAVEN OVSTtHS.alwavafteah.
All articles sold are warranted to te aa good aa
can te fuurd in the city.
All Goods to a reaaonable am unt PHI.IVBRBD
PRBB OF CHARGE, within thecny I mttx.
Jaa't-dAwtf Mlll'tl tHi.
I o e e i e e a
ATI TODR HON BY AN'D BUT YODR
onooxiiiiEia
where
yoa
can
get
ttera
ths
CHEAPEST.
I have parchased the so
tire stock of goods of J.
W.
Wiley, snd am
BKLLlN'fi TIIP OUT.
TO 8VMT THE TIMES.
PRBBH 0 Y 8 S U E K O S
alwats on hand.
J. M. ELDBIDQE,
decg Mo. West Sccend street.
New Groceiy aad Variety Store}
have opened a Stars at aar aid staad, comer
ROCK •H.ANDADIECONDvrS.,
Whers we hav? n w. and rliall continue to keep, a
good ai'Sortmcnt »f
O O O I S I
BOOTS «urn SHOES,
RIADT MAD! CI.OTblNO, 11AT8 AND CAPS,
BATTING, WOOLEN YARN,
Also, maay articles of
Y U O O O S
such as
CALI00W, DRI AINB8, PLAMNRLS, 8KIRTIM9,
N O I O N S 4 V
Those wlio wint to br.y ff''e, T- a, Sugar, Mo
lasaea and other Groceries willaave money by ca I
lug on u» lefoie they purchase elrewhcre. Don't
jrget the place,
COU. ROCK ISLAND AND SECOND E7V.,
Lately occupied by Messrs. Shepherd h. Son, paper
dealers.
deel •. k. R. n. TTNRR
Jill Hoods it elivered Free
II. A. WI PPEItiVIAiW,
BRADY STRUCT OROC KRY STORE.
A
GENERAL AMOKTMKNT (P GROCRRIK8
aud 1'rovJelon* at Whulceaie and He tall.
rresti lagan $1 KidirH Prlcaa.
MOLASSES AND SYRUPS,
Teas of all kind* CofTW-s, Ptne Old Jave and Mocha
11, etc go. I Butler prime Cheese Kr.»h Kgg«
Byrnp of ail kind*' Wiite P*pte-, etc Tapl 'Ca,
Bear ed 8aeo Macearotil, Verml till, Pearled 11*1 ley,
8pit Peaa, etc.} new Kai»iu.«, Figf, Uatej, Prunea,
Grapes, etc,
Canada Hemp and flax 8eed»%
A
complete asoortment of
PRKSBRVED FRUITS,
Jellies,* Jama. Pick lea, Catrnpe. I/-a h. Perkln'a,
Worcssterabire Bauoe, French snd Rnglish Mustard,
Spanish Ollvea, Capers, lleiba, etc.
OHOICR WIMES, LIQUORS AMD OMARS.
ocS
U O E U S
A N O K K A
AID
Well AMaortad
or
BANKING.
TM.I.HM*. POW ERS a
B.l.rii Kits,
AMD DEALERS Iff BZCHiltCI,
NtckolU IU,*k, corner ftrady
II. line
e i i o e i n
J*» Received
Aad for sate at the lowset
passible tgarc,al
H. jvuM»PERjn*ajrjr'8.
This stock coasidaaf
V e i n a i
OS A1X KOTOS,
RRLOMRR'SRHPIHED 80G Aanot'SRMOLASSaS
I E I V I
IT. I. MOLASSES,
1Mb HARAOAIBO, LAODTSA A aa Ou O. lAVI
Correct,
AIM
Bpie*o.
DR J. LANORR,
'aa Ohaof OoasafPabileatlaa.
Rare Chaacc.
SYuiis,
«n#
t4to*i am
Hmisinst
ArrfNf,
Stareh,
o o o n w o o i
oasRaa RAU, aa,
AHaf whlsli will haslsasd oat at at Wholesale er
Ratal! at reaartssly lew Stares. I ssk that ths
MMtofM «a BS« SMatfaa av «H«s sa 9MMS
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T.ILL!tIAK, POWERS McLE.IX
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ln Kat ha||f
Having been appoints ag. ntsfortha
AMRKICAN, RtTROPRAX
A EXCH.1NKE CO.
wit.i NKAW sti.Lsor EXI HANOE
ciu'VlUlX.Jr***** "pon *"th* prtaeipal
'm.nd
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8 lain Dcdmark
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al! kinds promttli
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Hanker* and Jiralrra la ExrhaafC^
MO. 2, HBOOND 8TRKET,
llfivrni^rl, law*.
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Btrvtsa
OnNewr„rk, U ""T1*"*
On Chtcafo, it rt\u Ptor
On Ht. tonla,
lh
FnrAtgn ti nmv mum, rfaatrerf.
BOOK TRADE.
Klici'l iHimic
A a i o
—AT THT—
Rock tstand Jflusle Store.
Jvne17-dtf
Violins, At'corilcoai)
Flutes, MHfes,
Guitars, Ranios,
Tatnborines,
AMD OTHER MUSICAL IN81 ill MBNTFL,
AT V| |tl I.OH I'ltlCKS.
-r-ai.Mi—
INSTRDCTOITA OF AI.L KIN OB.
A. POUTER It UNO.
Junen.d
U E I i i a i i Y S
At ilii'Old ||ark I
slit I) ll0ok M»rv.
E,Mil
al'le to me. "UI ei.g_.i-. merit s, we hare
•n* lud'd lo ,.(i. ro-ir entire au.i k -t g«.d»
greatly r«!uo .1 |.ii'en ri,ra-h. f.. t).« Ix-n. nt of
iTrditors. On' -t. ck co: iste of B.-,kK. Stall .narp.
tJo'.l P.-IIH, Wall l»a|er,anl in one of the tie*! .m®.
ple'e stocke to he found in the Korthweat, to wlnii
we jnvlt spec .ui att-j.ti.,11 Wo
f.av
aleo a
l^rga
and etiiei wr nL*h k r..f IDu^li-AL Ins- :u...i^ite, iru |udlrl$
Piaea nd Mei,,deoii». (»ur ai.nk of Sli et Mu-la
win
I.** r.oi 1 at prices t" .iMtoni^h muslr lniyer»
Mid .el I an.
us
fookh at c«et ar.d le-a Mauyar'i.:«
al much le a ttian ilrat. c,.at. Great l.aiiri-for
t.i4|
buicbaeera. Cltl/.en« of ko. k Island, Davem.
rL
mid vicinity, are Invited lu titli and
our stoct.
Rock
Also on conniKnraeiit a rare lot of
examiiia
n. A. PORTRR a BROTI1RR.
Island JuneS,
1RW. Jun.-n-dtf
Gvo. W. I ll* A: Co.
No. 12 l.af'lalre Hew.
AVE just recelvd a lame ht. k .f
IIVxl!
i9apers.
BNOZjUIH
wl.Kh they will aeil at the
London Publishers' JPriees.
ALSO
Botli\am| LiriiiK«ioiiN
S E N O K S 0 U I A
••on. O. II. femii|i\
Reminesicnceof Weet. rt. I.i(e,VAmi-tir gofflketrhea
of e|„in.' tier.ii ti i in ami t:t of Commas. Im«
I-. rtant i g*l trial.. In tl.. st.te o? |i .lia'.a, art.
•jvcls. Ml paired. pric. I'ri.jue.'r.i.at.iy ibe
most iutifeitli.fi book liiai has appeared for many
years
Davenii.rt, April! 17, ISWt. prITtf
LiviH^stoa's (.reat Work
ON
E N A A I A
Jast rsool/sd. Price—$3 00.
At the HOCK
ISLANI)
LOOK STORK
A K W A K K
I I U W A 8 I I I II K IV*
HO.Aft RIIADV STHKET,
Rave re'.eiv tt. ir
A AND WINTER STOCK
or
S O V I
Compriung the
h«it
pti«ierii»,a.,iu« Kattera Markets
Cook Stoves«
Parlor Stores,
Msmting Slo
Office Stores.
For ths celebrated
F0BRE8T OIK COOK STOVE,
Per tba anrfvaUed
a k i a o n 4
For a good stove, snd s stave that
W i i v e S a i s a i o n
»om
•ouo Faralshlag «oo4s,
roa
Tin Ware, Japan Ware,
Ac he., go to tlie
CHE^iP 8TOVE HOUSE
BILLS VASHBI KK,
Wo. 16 Brady atreet.
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FAIRBANKS
SOS by FAIRBANKS 6 ORMlNLMAF,
LABX BracBT, CmoAao,
Aad by BT7RB0WB, PR»TTTMA* a Bit«a.|
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LILLIFS
mnorn
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