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•JULY STATE DEMOCRAT.
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•If EXPORT \SSCM1ITED PRESS,
flajr III.) IH57.
em iDOiti O I V I I I I urn ea O W E
n o N 1 1 A E.
$0 76 One month. $A
1 00 fn w ka, SiH
19$ Two montbe, 7*
•aeday
Two days,
Three itay%
VMr day«,
ptv e days.
One w.-ek,
Two week*,
(fcree weeks
Ihe Thre.- months f0«
175 P...ir "ninths. iMi
$00 i 7 m'.n'hs, looo
ft 00 .»«, no ehangs. lMtO
400 2 s|iiares 1 year 9.MI0
Larger «pace charged at the rate of $7 5" (or eacb
edduionai square.
for one half »f|i»re two-thirds of the rate*
®utin'"'« C*rl» not to exceed 6 li i.* 10 On p*-r »n.
for each change an additional charge of SB cents
pgr square will be made.
MOTH K TO ADVKRTIRKMR.
t*rge cuta charged double the same dimenglaaSCf
type.
Displayed advertiseitaota ono*balf more than
Mat! raws.
Yearly asvertUIng contracts will be understood to
apply '•trolly to tti" immediate business of the adver
tiser, ami »11 other ndvertr.* i.. :nta sent In by the ad
vertiser will be charged eitr*.
Advertisement* not accompanied with Instruction*
Will be inierte.l until forbid, and charged accordingly.
Notice* for religious and benevolent pur[**e. iu
ae'li-d
nnt tim*.
free of cost, themafler charged a*
Other advertisements.
At rertiieiuent* from abroad mail be pal for In
9tri'~llj
iii ml ranee,
Al trans,* nt advertisements must be paid for In
Advance.
BICUAKD30N WKST, Iowa state Democrat.
*AM»KHH It BRO. Dally fjai*'tte.
If I.ISC llKH llr D.timkrat.
HAIl'llN'JT'lN' N. Wtl.KJK. Da'ly Kvenlng News
CARDS.
S. V. PAICKCR, M. A*.
Y S I I A N A N S U E O N
OPKK'K—with
1IK*IIY H. AIDNRROW,
ATTOKNRT
AND COI NHKI.I.OIl AT I.AW
If. t'opotit in Hi.ck, I)»v 'i^o11. Iowa (a* p24
»AHBH T. I.ANK, JOSEPH J. LAMB
Attorneys t* Counsellors at Uw,
OlUflr—Mo*. 4 and 6, Commercial Block, south-east
corner or 'l\ an 1 iirsdy atrerts.
rKANK ri.UMEK, OEO VARHOBBJf,
PI.I «IER A \AW IKISKN,
ATTORNK
OltK-at iv n .ort Commercial Colli'Ke, Roorna
—Corm I an p. rry. JySldtf
H. UIIKKI.CK,
Ct
IRNKRAI, COMMMRION AND FRODDCI
II'ti limit, (Wt,o,. A^entnl the Hyrasaae
Bait Mutiufactary for Davenport and neighboring
town"
W*r«ho!!«oopposite R. R. Depot, Davnport, Iowa
auttiO'.'.i
J. W.H HAKEK, M.D.,
]OKKICK
HTBI('I
ATT.MtNF.VH
HOTART
AND OOUNSKI.Iom I.AW,
N 'aiu^ PuMIc and OouiiiiNi-ioTii-r* D1 i ds.
will |.r.u-tt. In I he Courtd of Hcott,C.tnl.'.i Ja k$un
and If ii'c.ttttix ouuUas, and In Itock I^lati-I county,
Ill..nndth"U fl 1'i-trlct Court ..f Iowa.
Orrirt—N. W. 0 irner Ualu an 1 8'vond ftrfla.
an
11
W11X1
All HALL,
J.
Pu'.lt. ninu-l.n"r- of Dee.ln for Mam' Ver
mont. New lUmtniur Ma-aa.i.iu New York,
New Jersey, I'. iin^ylvanla, Virttmla, Ohio, Ti'tmea
»e«, Ki'ntn ky, llltnoti and Ntasourl, otflre No
Main nt on" door south of 0o»k Sarmnt'a Hank.
July lit, IS&S. juUl-dkwly
JOII* K. 4 It AM FORI),
A TTOKNKY AND OOl'NSkll.OK AT LAW, AND
ry Pnlil
tv Not.i
OrritiK Nickollt.' Ulork, upulilr*. J»20
J.
D. I'ATTOS,
ATTORNRY
AT LAW. Oflce— np(talra, In IU
buiidit'K form«'rly occupied by,J. W. Wilej,
W«M at-c tut ktre«-t.
BiKiii'aa intraited to hie care will be pnnctual y
atten.lt"' o
Davenport, January 9, 185!), Jac9
r.
IOIIM
C/
KRUBI KN,
II.OCK and Watch Makir. and Rngraver, ITnion
lni{Stirr, No. AS llrn.ly atrjet, Davenport,
I»wa
J.w.'lry made and repair*)!.
»Lj" ill.ts .) putln Spcctacie* at reaaonable rates.
d*c80
T. 0. KAI'f, R. T. liALLAW AY, M. T. BANKERS,
Laid Agents, Real Estate Brokers,
COLLECTION AND TAX AOINT3.
flALLAW.l V A SANDERS,
ATTORNRYS AT LAW.
Orrira—T^ Claire Black. Rot ranee, LeCulra Hall.
JOHN L. SWITS, JOHN A. GANO
ATT'T AT LAW.
MViri
A
OAKO,
Real Estete Agents and Collectors,
£jO*n and Insurance Broken.
K. T. BLAVIVAKKR*
FVILIC A«n COMMIBSIOIBB O»
W. R. BABRRR,
Attorney at law,
Philadelphia.
VOLUME 4.
STATE DEMOCRAT.
Ilaveiaport, Harrh .'it MSO.
rr:-. II. .-criv.n, 6i it air-*t, Ci'c.go,
la aohorla'l to rtrtrtadferttinrffit' fur thin pa
per
MAIT. ABBANOEMKNTS.
KatTaxa Hut. (Snii'lay ••*»"-pt-d,) arrive, dally
at 9 .t a 'j rioa- a a' 1
A
'J
A
A
Messrs. R'ger A Rower*, Ko. 68,
llrady atraat.
Orders left with tham Will receive prompt atten
tion. nov'21
M.
uric*. fr.iu a,. rove.1 Agents
Contra"tsfor yearly aIverti.ing terminable at the
option of tlvnii-' i., th«-y paving an advan c:uem u!
V,
per cent. on the ^.ritract price.
Adverll«mi"iita ini*-ri*-d next reading matter
•Op'-r cent. adv*n*eon above rat*-*, and kept on In
Bi le. per cent advance on regular rate*
Orr
V.i and Counsel! -ra at I .aw, and Nota-
rl' I'uMl' Alao aKi'lita for tin- Charter Oak
fit.' Inf. Co., Ilartforl, Conn., Capital gMKI.uOO
Olty Kir"! Iti.Uo.,N'w Haven, $60(1,010,
OUKe LoOlaln* Block, Davenport. aeii7
CIIAI. i:. I'I T.IAM.
TtdRNKV ANI OOI'NHKLI.OR AT I.aW AKO
N.itnry I'uMl.- Office, No. -5, Uayeiiixiri'n
auKi®
A
ui *ln -.1 r.-^t.
rnM»i:iti:K RAIO,
C1IVII.
BNliI N KICK, A KC HIT
HOT AND BITPRR
IVr8NI»lCNT. Alao Tuaclur of Arcbitectural
an Orn.imri.tai Dr/twlti^.
A N AND HIJHQKON.—OFFICE—POST
BI.0CK lions. —North aide of Plfth
•tro«t, b'twe ti Brady and Perry. janSldtf
V.
AMPBEI.L,
ATTORNKT
ANI» COIFKHKLI.OR AT LAW,
lafenport, Iowa.
»Aci—Daveuport'e Block, ooraer Main and B«c
Oi.d al rect i. dorI8dtf
oitiu:* A io«v,
ATTORMET.H
AND cm N8KLI OH AT LAW
AND
NOTARIKS ITBLt'-'
Office—At Macklct A Oorbln'i Kzchange office,
Davenport, Iowa. oelCtf
««•:«. i:. iii iiiici.i
ATTORNKV
AND COl'NSKIXOK AT I.AW AMD
OommlMl. tit of li -ds for Oonne'tlcot, will
•We prompt and i-arcful att"iitlon to the eollecion of
ctalma, co.ivcyancc of Real Eataic, aaMl&.u( tltiaa
and all other klnde of legal boalnea*
A. II. IIKNNK1T. r.. r. WHITiOMIi.
III:M.TI A TVNRII O.TIII,
a ario ft a.
Wanit.n Maii. arrl%e* dai.y cBnndaj) ea^-ptrd)
a u 1 1 a i o- n s a a n 5
S(it:Tii*HN ii„ fx 8 Loo aati'i llouth* rn Mia
•onrl, a* nv*-» 'lany (Hun-laya exepted) It 8 ,g
i.'* a at
a.
NORT hi.hn MA
I
v'a Du».u«)iie »rid NorC -j Io­
wa ai riven lai.y (ianda)» «ao-pie)!^ at S C.«*ei
at 9
NoaiaicRa MAIL, via Dewitt Ma) *keta, Ac
arrlva 1uei-lar, Tbnri'layii and fiatr.r .aya, at 7 I*
ctc.*n Taealaya, Tbaradayo aul Sunday, at
M.
KoBTULa!« MAIL, via L»C!*l'e, l'rioreini and I.r
ona, arrive*daily, (dai.ilaya ncept'd) all A n *lo
ao at 7 a.
Hit aoKr tnort MAII- arrive* Tueadayf and
Friday i at
VI
clo.-v e unx tlui*.
I«I.I a'ikA WA
I
arnv Tn-Uy.4, Thor*da)e
an I ria ui'i* at l'»
A
Wa.sT
tloitei- nine Urn •.
btuit.o
MA I arrtv Mondiyi and
Thnrwlaja al 6 I i .oa^x raine at 7 a W.
TBAVELLKB'B OUIU*
OABRT, Eafct. T/*ave at &.%5 A a *!idS:Wf*,
Sunday» •*)••pt* V- T, leav a at
'J
OI A and *I:00
M, Kai ila/f xrepi' d.
HiAOta, Worth, to Dnhtjq'ie, via Dewltt, Ma|0o
p' taaii'l Wilt. n. leave tbe Pentiaylvania HOUM',1nea
day», Ttinraday^ ati'i Satnnla'. al i
A
North, to
l.jon« vni ••Clair'-, Pi •ncttun, Ca'iiat and CI n
toti. Tne*'layi,Thii.datn an 1 Saturdayi- al 7 A M.
."inith A Amold'a llneof hai ka W ave every liy at
If If.
a.flalr«
next Bermon before the
Young Men'# Christian Association, will be
(•readied on Sunday evening tlie Oth inst.,
by the U«v. Mr 1'owers, in St. I.nkeV
church. Services to commence at 7 o'clock.
AOAIN.—After
a
ronfinrmrnt
to his rooroa at the BtirtU House for aoine
I en days, we are glad to rtate that Judge
Weaton is able to be out again bat is not
Hiifliciently recovered to attend to the du«
ties of his office.
tW On the inside of to-days paper
will be found an advertisement of the Mail
routes of thin State and a portion of Min
nesota and Nebr.tiika, for tbe carrying of
which proposals are invited.
Our Im/trfi/ntih't, J'usiliuH."
MW Parks is opening this morning
a large invoice of I'ike's Peak goods con
sisting of heavy blue blankets, corderoy
auit9, heavy sattinett suils, flannel and rub
ber goods. (o there and take a peak at
them before you go to Pike's Peak. It
JTW KBV. D. C. TomlinsoD, Uni
niversaist) of New York, will preach to
morrow Sunday morning at 10 1-2 o'cl'k
and ui 7 o'clock P. M., at Wesley Chapel.
Subject for the morning, "Inspection of
the Bible." For the evening "Amusements."
WIXDY.—Old
Horcas was out on a
spree yesterday, and the way it pitched
about town, was a caution to travell* rs.—
fient.lemen's hats and ladies' dresses were
in great commotion. The scenes cannot be
better expressed than by ye poick. The
lines ran tlma:
Tim wind it Mew,
TII*' d'iBt it new, (an hut tbedaat,)
AS'I raiM pHMi.-'ilar thnnder
With ••'tlrts and hoopa,
A
nd hi' k*n c.xpii,
And all such kind or plunder.
PERSON
WILSOI ODITBAD.
HALL OCITEAIJ,
ATTORVIIV8
AND OKI N3KI,I.Kh3. NOTARIRS
DEBD*
roa MtawtflOTA.
OffTCT NICKOLL8 BLOCK, (l7P STAOUw)
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Ca*|lel« Abairacta ol the Tlllaa le all
•aii4e In Moult Cooaty.
n vlB-dkwU
B. W. BARBER,
Votary Public,
Davenport.
w. E. BARBER & CO.,
NO. S, NICKOLL* BLOCK,
••WttPORT, iMM,
AMD
At R» «S, SOUTH THIRB ST.,
PBILADELPBIA.
BUT,
Bell and Locate Land Warranta Boy and
Bell R*al Re tat e on CommUalon: Loan Money
oa Real R|ate Security Pay Taxc^ inMlaaonrt and
Iowa Make Collections and attend falthfally to
all baalneas entraste
1 to th'ir care.
RFraiNrsi
B- B. 0.ra*to -. Philau'a Bank. PfcUad'a
Meaar* Boyd A. Bate*,
0. R- Coleman, Rsq., Mech'i' Bank, Baitlaan.
P. fl'.baon, Bt"-,,. Batik of Baltimore,
Meaari Cook k Hi'-gent, DtMnaort.
1. M. Haghe*. Raq Bank of Mtaaoort, Loala.
d«cl1-dtf
SCOTT HOUSE,
J, J. Huphrej, Proprietor,
(JOB. MARRIBOV AMD FB0MT STB.
MHit'i MiHVlir
A i..—We had the pleasure
yesterday morning of receiving a visit Irom
our old .friend James Tuft, Esq., who left
this city some months since for Memphis,
Tenn., where he now resides and is thor
oughly established in the mercantile busi
ness. Mr. T. is looking hale and hearty,
and gives good evidence that the Southern
limate agree* with him. lie intends re
turning to Memphis early next week. He
reports that the lower Mississippi trout
Cairo down, is overflowing its banks, aud
making a great havoc among property.—
IK- informs us that he has Been a large num
ber of Davenporters in Memphis since he
has been there. Our former citizens (J, T.
Klliott, is in that city engaged in the mill
ing business.
LE CLAIKE ITEMS.—The
A German named Arnold
living on the Ueserve, called in at the resi
dence of Mr. Mackintosh, near his own
house, thi« (Wednesday) morning for the
purpose of inquiring about some reports he
had heard. An affray occurred between
them, in which Arnold was stabbed, by
some means or other. There are two or
three versions of that affair, and we await
farther development#. Thie
(Wednesday) evening, another affray took
place. John Coscram, better known as
"Rig John," and some others, were congre
gated at the store of Mr. C. McCabe, en
gaged in conversation. John and McCal«
had some difficulty, when the latter re
quested the former to leave his store. John
refused to go go, and attempted to seize the
poker, which McCabe, however, managed
to get hold of first, and struck John two or
three blows on the head, inflicting some
severe, though we learn not fatal, wounds.
The above items are from LeClaire
public.
DAILY IOWA STATE
)jur«»iaMN» the boiler, engine, and bona
formerly ubmI in th ai!l of Brown
it I«-
i Tore, at I'ort Byron. H»eh a mill will U a
great accommodation to tbe fanner* in this
vicinity.
N. B, He can also call at the
fice at the same time.
BUCHVIUUT FL UR—
boat yard
is the very picture of bnstle and activity
from forty to fifty hands are now regularly
employed, and one day last week there
were sixty-five. The Golden Era is being
thoroughly repaired about a third of the
plank on the larboard side of her hull has
been taken
off,
and half as much on her
starboard, to be replaced by new ones.—
The Northern Belle will soon be finished,
the repairs on her beintr comparatively
trifling. Capt. Orrin Smith, President of
of the Packet Company arrived here Tues
day. 'the engineers of the Northern Belle
have commenced to repair her boilers, fec-
lie-
That paper speaks in high terms
of a late school exhibition at Davenport's
Iiall.
The
Republic
disapproves of any party
nominations in the forthcoming city elec
tion, which takes place on Monday next.
It is confident that the interests of that city
require the selection of earnest, active men
for all office#— men who will perform the
duties assigned them,—and so perform them
that the whole community will be benefit
ted by their administration.
Pollock 6 Sons have commenced the erec
tion of a eastom grist mill on the river
road, just below the city, whieh is designed
mlailfilf fm iiHWi wwfc ftij km
STABBING AFFRAY.—TWO men, Bad
dler* by tra.le, boarding together nearly op
posite the inland City Hotel, named Timo- sent ti-enat», urging Cohere** to n,ak»- pro
thy Dorgan and .lame. Irving, had a quarrel the preservation of public credit.
i l- i l-4»iJ oil iahle an«i craered printed.
Wedn. xlaj n.ght, at their boarding house.
and, while walking along togeUier, again
commenced disputing. W hen then were
opposite Webber's block, Irving Saught Dor
gan's hat, pul^d it off, and hit him over the
head with it. While he was doing this, he
observed Morgan draw a dirl: from hie
pocket, and, before he could prevent it, was
.!abhed twice in '.he right thigh—once on
the left side and tbe second time on he right
side Irving bled profusely, until l)r. Plum
tner, who was immediately sent for, dressed
his wounds. It U estimated that he lost
three pounds of blood. Fortunately i'or him,
none of the main arteries wt*re severed.
His escape is almost miracu' is. He is
quite weak from the loss of blood, but it is
thought proper care will soon restore him.
Up to the time we write, Dorgan has not
been arrested.—Islander
Argut.
IT Our cotemporary of the
zette,
Ga­
boiled over yesterday in several pla
ces—and we don't blame^him fmuch either,
but rather glory in his spunk. It was rather
small business for the Packet Company, and
should not be countenanced. Of the Agent
who conferred the patronage upon a coteui
porary, our cotemporary says:
If he has not done this on his own sug
gestion, ho should be kicked from the place
he disgraces, and we fliall endeavor to see
the boot-toe applied to his oor carcass, af
ter we learn his name and peiiigree.
The man to whose carcass our friend and
fellow sufferer wishes so apply his boot is a
young gentleman who bears the name of
Sanders, and usually holds forth at Bur
rows it Prettymun's Forwarding and Com
mission House. We intend to try our hand
at the same game the next time we aeet
him, provided he will agree to use no .nur
derous weapons other than those which
grew on his body. We shall be happy al
so to attend our brother cotemporary in
his descent upon this fellow, and shall u«e
cur best endeavors to have the threat car
carried out in a decent, gentlemanly and
impreisive manner—satisfactory alike to
him who applies the boot and to him to
whom the boot is applied.
Of young Sanders' pedigree we have no
particular information. We have met him
frequently and shall probably meet him
once more—if not more. He has sandy hair
and 'whiskers—including the "sorrel top
rather good looking fond of practical
jokes and wears a "turn down" collar. His
pedigree, we suppose, is unquestionable,and
1b oai'l to have some "muscle is young and
unasuming in manners, die,, die.
For further information apply to us per
sonally, or to the gentleman himself.
Mr. Sanders is requested to call at this of
fice and receive the chastisement he so rich
ly merits, as we have no time to look him
up.
Gazette
of­
O E I A
Davenport Market*
DAVENPORT, March 4, 2 K.
There was rot a large quantity of graiaof any
kind la market ysterdar
FLOUR—But little djing. Pric firm
5 51 spring, while sale 5 75 at retail. Old wheat
flour $5 5( $$ UD, r:tai! wtllte winter, $7 00.
(loot supply at $2 60 F*
cwt whol i^al s $3 00 retail.
WHKAT—Moderate rece^i'i GO^THi for nsw
choice near. hOc cholci old, $1 00.
OORN—Moderate receipt*. Prices Arm at [email protected]
in tV ear 4s I3I: .helled.
OATS—Light receipts [email protected] for new 40a50
for cboic old.
BASLRY—Light rece'.pti, and price i nnc^iang
new, 4iv$r0c choice, 55c.
Hons—Hnt few In market. Thoie we'ghin* 2u0 lbs
and upw.tr ti, &'> tho e weighing leg*, $5 00.
OBIONI—Nominal at 40i5 )c.
POTATOES—Scarce. [email protected] wholesale 80c
@$1 00 at retail.
Now York IVlarket.
[BT TELEGRAPH.]
NEW YORK. STarcti 4.
PLOT*—5(S)!0 cents better. Sal-* IT oto htl» at
5 40i(.5 65 for snpr State 6 20i'$6 50 f»r e«tra
3tat' S 41 ft&8 69 for comm MI aood extra Weft
crn 6 fO'fljti 7') *frr .mnl ho Ohio.
RYE KLOUB—IM.IL! 50.$4 25.
BCCKNTHKAT Fi..jt'R.—i 37 tV2 per 100 Ri.
CANADIAN
I'LOITR—yul.-i
and tlrni 6 20$t 7S.
WHEAT—lla* advanced LOI.-IC better. Salex 80.
roo i-li at I 40 for Ited Western I U4($1 t5 lor
White Canadian.
Cotta—Doll. Mix*d Western, nominal S4^S6.
OATS—Steady 54(3161 for State and Wettern.
RYE—Qui't SOgiSftc.
PORK—Dull anil lower Sale* 400tibia at 17 SO ftr
new me* 17 '250 for old mess: 13 36 for prime.
Rssr—Firta*-r.
BACON—Qalet.
CCT MSAT—Bteadr.
LARP—Better. Sales BOO bbis at£13X#13Jf
BDTTBR—Unchanged.
OHSES*—Unchanged.
Wuisc V—Held at 39, with bnyers a* 98.
Blaoka! Blanks!!
Warrantee Dee da.
Pee da of Trust,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Trustee Deeds,
Mortgage Deeds,
Chattel Mortjracee,
Attachment Bonds.
FOVWV «V Attorney,
OriRlnal Notices,
Justioee' Blanks,
Sheriff* Blank*
Oonfeeslons of judgment,
Constables' Blanks,
Replevin Bonds,
And riles tee Baawms to •setlsw, at tbs
IT1TI BB HOCK AT OFFICE,
Prt»M l« tt. h«el .«tI. pn—IMo
Prilt, C«ifectl«ieriei,
AC., AO.
Dr. PIIRUCCI, Agent*
•0 RRADT BTRRKV SO
CANDIZH, rSVITSAND REFRESHMENTS,
BUTTER, EGGS, AC.
Oall aad aa*. DR. PIBRUOOI,
Jail Ami.
C/ITTRTIS'
EtWVD Books.
a., n
"Cheapen"
Declsloas of Bapreaae Com*, U,
Tolnme-i.
Jarmaa on Wills, 2 vols.
•ngnll on Fl'* «nd Life Insnraaos.
Law of Oarrieea.
Ltmitatlons.
Btory on Ageney.
Conflict of L%w», fce,.
he.
Lsaal RnvMapas, Baff, Ntcbsat eltObaiM,
Lesal 0«v taper, b'ae aad whiM, an at s lavfs re
daottoauna malar prtias. st tke lew* BssfeaeM
Mr. (°ovale oljeeted.
Mr. Phelps moved susfiensirn o' rulea
Motion to eusfiend lules, lost by 1 S to
TO MAIL. SUBSCRIBERS, FIVE DOIJ^AIS PER ANNUM—CITY SUBSCRIBERS LO CENTS PER WEEK.
A E S E W S
Ceaireaaieaal Preeee4laia*
i'ABV HI
Ik—Tiie
resolution pro-
vidttig fur the removal of ti e desks from'
the iiall. a« pa.H'ed.
The speaker laid before the House a tues-1
sage -orn the 1'reaident, similar to that
Mr from cf Way Bod
Yeeterday morning, after they had taken Meais, asked leave to re|«ort bill to extend
breakfaat, they started down Illinois street, tw^» years, the Treasury note bill.
97.
Mr. I'helfio moved Senate amendments to
Miscellaneous Appropriation Bill be refer
ed to Couimillett of Whole on the state of
the L'uion
Mr. Covade objected.
Mr. Sherman of Ohio ealled for reading
of the amendment, it being an authoriza
tion to revive the Treasury note act for two
years.
Mr. Gree wood said as they could not
get the Senates amendment there must be a
d»aign on part of Gentlemen not to pass the
remaining appropriation Dills. lLmae again
refused to suspend rules by 107,
Mr l'helps reported n w P. O., appropra
tion iiill eiwilar to the original one the
House resumed the consideration and pass
ed the liill regulating the compensation in
he casci* of deceased members.
The House concurred in the Senates
amendment to the bill fulfilling the treaty
stipulations with the Lteeotab and Touan
wanda Indians, also in those to tbe Light
House liill.
The Miscelaneous Appropriation Bill was
taken up.
The House concurred in the Senates
amendments ineluding that appropriation
*-ll:i,ooii fur the payment of the Florida
volunteers by I majority.
R*'j'.'cted the amendment abolishing tbe
franking privilege.
Amendment extending the operation of
the Treasury Note law was read, rejected,
ayes V2 nays
Mr. Marshall of Ky., moved to reconsider
the vote and lay that motion on tah'e lost
hy a inaj. of 'J. Finally at 7 a m. the vote
by whieh the Treasury note amendment was
rectnifidered and the amendment concurred
in bv ayes
lJ4,
nays 8:i.
The amendment increasing appropriations
for the California mails via Panama and
Tehauntepec were rejected.
Tiie House then took up the Senate's res
olution asking for Committee on Conference
in relation to Post OtHce appropriation
bill. Finally House concurred in the reso
lution of Senate for conference, and House
took recess until 9 o'clock.
After the recess it was nearly 10 o'clock,
be'ore a quorum of members were present,
and several efforts were made to take up
privae bills, a resolution was passed, al
lowing $ti,oo for mileage and per dieiu to
liird U. Chapman, who contested right of
Mr. Ferguson to a seat aa Delegate from
Nebraska.
A number of unsuccessful motions to
amend the rules were made, and all private
bills were laid on tbe ta! le.
11 o'clock.—Mr. Letcher made a report
from the Committee on Conference on the
Post Office appropriation hill to the ef
feet that, while neither houses arc under
stood to waive any constitutional ri^ht, it
is recommended that the House pass th
bill precisely aa it came from Senate on the
26th of February. The report was agreeJ
to and the bill passed.
Noon arrived before the completion of
the last roll call, when the speaker addrcs
i»'d the House in an appropriate farewell
speech, and declared it adjourned
nine die
The speech was received with the usual de
inon»trations of applause. The members
bid each other fire well, and in a few mo
ments the iiall was deserted.
SENATE.—The miscellaneous appropriation
bill was passed with Mr. Simmon's amend
ment for a home situation, but including
sections authorizing the re-issue of Treasury
notes, abolishing he franking privilege and
raising rate of postage.
A message was here received from the
the PresideLt appealing to Congress to pre
serve the country. This, he said, is the last
day of Concress am) there is no appropria
tion yet to pay the outstanding Treasury
notes. He continues, irom it formation sub
mitted to the Secretary of the Treasury it is
manifest the present, receipts will ecareely
meet the ordinary ixpensesof governtner.t
by the end of the fiscal year. Nearly $18,
Otmi,imio will be due with a considerable
amount paid for duties at the various ports
and no means to meet them, thus the Amer
ican people will be dishonored. It is impos
sible to avoid this catastrophy unless pro
vision be made agiinst it within the few re
maining liou s of the present Congress.
Committee of Conference being appoint
ed, the Senate went into executive session
at 3 A. M. The doors of Senate Chamber
were re-opened ard Senators re-assembled.
Mr. Seward said that as the Senate was
now awaiting the action of the House, he
would move a recess be taken.
Objection was made and Senate took a
short, recess.
When Senste re-assembled, it took up
Some private bill, of course without any
expectation that their action upon them
Would be concured in by the House—•
Among the bills was one granting a pension
to the widow of Gen. Persifer F. Smith.
Mr. Toate presenteJ a resolution tender*
Ing the thanks of Senate to the Vice Pres
ident for bis able, unpartial and dignifitd
conduct in the chair, which was adopted.
Senate then took several recesses of 10 min
utes each, everything being at a dead stand,
pending some decisive action on the part
of House.
At 9 A. M. a message was received from
the House, stating that that body had
agreed to some of Senates amendments to
the Miscellaneous Appropriation Bill and
bad not in others, and that House would
appoint a Committee of Conference with
the committee of Senate, on the disagree
ment in relation to the Poet Office Appre
priatian Bill.
Mr. Hunter moved the Senate recede.
Mr. Ynlee hoped the Senate would not
recede, for it weuld cut off the Atlantic
and Pacific mail service.
Mr. HunUr replied the appropriation
for the mail service could be added to the
Postal Bill, while it was imperative that
the Miscellaneous Bill should pass, or the
machinery of Government would be stop
ped.
Mr. Broderiek ealled for the reading of
the amendments to whieh the Howe had
disagreed.
Mr.
Haater
esplaiaed
and repeatedly
DAVENPORT, IOWA, SAH'ltDAY MORNING, MARCH 5. 1859. NUMBER 119.
the reading of the?e.mf»ndment would oc
cupy the Senate all noon, and sach a de
Jay' wonld be fatal lo the !ill, which must
be pa*«e 1 or the Government would be at a
stand Mill.
Considerable excitement cow began to
maniiest itself.
Mr. Itroderick refused to all explanation
rem -'istrance^, and insisted on his demand
that all iie amendments be read.
Several enator» now att.. pt»d to pre
vent the reading but Mr. T-odertck b..ll
persisted in his demand.
The Vier President decided that any Sen
ator was entitled to have the amendments
resd.
Mr. Hunter her# gxelaimed 'erly:—
"The bib will fail *%ut let it go the re
sponsibility does met rest with me."
The reading was then pr ceeded with.
Other attempts were i .le to effect an
agreement, but Mr. Broderiek refused to
yield, and declared that his purpose was to
exhaust the few remaining hours, o aa to
defeat the bill.
The use had refused lo concur in the
amendment providing for the Pacific mail
service.
A message was here received from the
House, an:ouneing the passage of the new
postal appropriation hill, and asking the
concurrence of the Senate, bnt after a long
discussion on the artion of the House in re
jecting the original bill, Mr. Tor t« ob
jecting to the second reading ofthi uill, the
Senate, on motion of Mr. Mason, adjourned
tine die.
From W uhlsiioi.
WASHINGTON, March 8.—The Postmaster
General's physicians to-night pronounce
him out. of danger.
The Presidential proclamation is written
for an extra session in July of the :ilst Con
gress, and will he promulgated to-morrow,
ii no financial Legislation succeeds to-night
The President has determined to appoint
n.'t. Mel^ane, of Mil., Minister of Mexico.—
The programme is sent him without in
sr'iction= leaving it to his discretion to re
ciil'ii!/. ,ue Church party, or Liberals, or
neither.
LEAVENWOKIU, K, T., March 3.—Messrs.
Harrison, Campbell and Jeffers. the parties
in the recent kidnaping case who were be
fore Judg«i Lecompton on writ of Ilabens
Corpus were discharged yesterday.
I.NDIANAPOI.i, March :i.—A bill passed 1st
and 2d reading in the Senate to-day direct
ing the investment of the unloaned School
fund amounting to several millions of dol
lars in Indiana '5s and 2 1 'J per cent stock.
The Senate bill adding six additional
branches to the Bank of the State is still
pending in the|lIouse and although it meets
with mueh oppoMtion it will probably pass
to-morrow.
TODAY'S ADV'TS.
Trustee'* Sate.
WBKRE
tS on the 4th day of January A. 1968,
(iottha Miller aud Marl* Militr, his wifo, of
Sect' .unty, loss, executed unto Austin Cortdn, as
Tru.ue a ce.tain deed of Trual, convoying to »atd
Trn-ti e th" Ian I in HCutt County, Iowa, deiu ribed as
follows, to wit: Tan north half of th« s mli-west
quarter section N" iwmty-foar (-4) In township
No. sevfutv nine (TUj north of range No. oneil)
eaat of Ih-otu P. wtii~h naid cotivvinc." was
made by tie- said Qotthart Mill-r aid Maria Miller
for the pur|o*e of aerurlng the payment of two
certain protiiiHtnry not'-s a'..I the inter st thereon,
•igned by sael tiottharl Mi erar.il Henry Miller,
Utfd a* uary 4th, A I) IN'iS, and pavabl** as fallows
toWit: One f.ir »tie am of ore Hundred Dollars
($100) to th- o iler of (ieorxo 8 C. Dow. payaMe
illy 1st, 1^:1-1. atid oa" f. the etiin of Xlne Hundred
Dollar*. ($'.ni t) pajaMc the order Of Hew ge 8 O.
Dow, oi the 1.1 day of January
And now said not»» having become due and pay
aWe. auJ the sail tiotthirt Miller and He y Miller
having fail- to )a th.' same, I, Au-tit rMn,
Trustee i? afoM said do hereby glv« this pt noll e
that by virtue or the piwer which is In me vested
by said deed of Trust I will, on Thursday, the .'il»t
day of roll, A I) 1 b- w e:i the h.nrs of l*o
aul tbrea o'clock in th*- afternoon of said day, at tbe
Tonrt House door In the city of Davenport, expose
and offer for sale, at pnblle auction, the pan el of and
abov" described, or so much thereof an shall he suf
ficient to sallcfy and pay the amount of sa'd note.,
with the Interest thereon to the day of sale, together
with all tbe coats and eapeu.es attending said sale,
coats of thla notice and Trustee'* f.-sa. Upon the
completion of such «»'«, ai eed will given In ac
e.rdtm e with th^slipulati .ns or said Deed of truat.
Dated the 4th ray el Marsh, a o, lab'J.
AUSTIN GORBIN,
M'Mts Trustee.
Trustee'* Sale.
WtlRRBA'.i
1
The Senate adhered to its action on the
Post Ofh appropriation bill raising rates
of postage and returned the bill to the
House.
The bill for removal of the N. Y. Indians
was passed. It appropriates f:t00,000.—
Added to it are amendments appropriating
$304,000 to pay the existing contracts to
carry mails across the Isthmus by Panama
and Tehauntepec. Also for a semi-weekly
mail from Charleston or Savannah to Key
West and Havana at a rate of $200,000 per
annum.
The bill to remove the government quar
antine buildings from New York was taken
up and passed.
1i.II —The clerk of the House brought
lo bar of the Senate a new postal bill, in
stead of the Senate's bill raising the rates
which the IIoi.se laid on the tah'e. The bill
was then read the first time for information.
Mr. Toombs objected to second reading.
xecuted 'into II Mathews, as 7rlist, e, a certain
eed of Trust c,t,v ing to .aid Trustee \h land In
8c tt nmty, Iowa, describe I aa follows, to wit
C.'inni ncing at the scu.h wcjt corner of lit No, ten
(10) in t'|. K fitiythr- e (5ft) in tUe city of Davenport
in said count.\, on the eaat line i Brady street, ana
raatiU th- nee north forty
®OMRb«I.
A
n l-.VJ, payable
at th- lli. kliin House ui Ma kl .t tt Coihin, with In
terest a: ih rate ,f ten per cent per annum after
maturity.
(6)
And now one of tald notes ha ing brcome due and
pajah'e, and the said C. A. McPh-ttrlag- an I John
M. Merrymau having failed to pay the same. I,
II. R. Math'ws, Troatee as aforesaid, do hereby
give this pahllc notice, that by virtue of the power
wbleh is in me vested by said de. of Tract, I
will, on Monday the toth day of Marcb, A. 1HJ9,
at the hour of 2 o'clock In the afternoon of said
lay, at th. Court House door la the city of Da
venport. expose at. 1 offer ior sale, at pubiio auc
tion, th' parcel of land above described, or ao
much thereof as bhslli*neref,aiy to satisfy snd pay
ibe amount of said nous, with the latevest Mr
eon to
tbe day o' sale, «ether with all tbe crsts and ex
penses attending said sale, cost, of thia notice aad
Tmstee's fees.
Dated the 4th day ol March, A 16S»
M. MATHRWS,
MehS Trustee.
New RaUina,
Bunch and
AF
F. A.
nov19
MARDlN'l,
BB Brady Blraal.
Twitbontaccaaioaing
IRTH RXTRACTRD BT A NBW FROOBflg
any (Mayor pain whatever
J0L1D8 CBE8BBR0U0I,
Dental
SarveeR.
OMOB— In Merwin's Bleek, 8S Perry, betwesa
sad dlh streets.
Having soaspleted arraagementi, he Is aow pre
pared to extract teeth by admitting a slight eaneal
of electricity sronnd thetooih at the Uae of extrac
tion, thereby allaying all pain attoadaat apon sa
tractlng by the ordinary atthid.
Tbepatieot haa a fall knowledge of what Is paae
lag, aad there are not thoae edecta which an often
astlsad after having teeth eslreelei by the eae ei
OhlereSirm or the ris^ag
IflflMi'
Wijfs and Toupee*.
IWOfTLDvtetatty
teepsetnuiy
noonoo lo the peopU
tt
Ba»
veaport aad that I
am
aow prepared te fMM laita
aadgaaUimsa wtth
WICB AN» TBPin,
alee that I have ee
^«AX« DT1I
aUMsprtMlp
iofitocerr.
ero JiiHN KING.
Dand Agent. No SS Biadv i.trie'
rr
A1m.
Lot. or subdivision, to salt parchasers at pev
that may deatre to lease for a term of «r»
the following property In the city of Davenport, vis
In block IB—13* foet fronting on 2d street,
ISO on Weetera Avsaae.
S6 Si St.
la blseh IT—Bear tv.e Market Hon^e.
Bof»t fronting on Western avana
asteodlnt ISO feet back with aa al1«y
each side of the lot.
ta Mam IB.— SO fret front'ng on Id street
106
•30
son
la bleek SO.
la bleak 97.—ISO
ISO
Ia Mack si.—iso
grott st.
U at.
4th st.
Harrison Si
jRlpley rr,.
Slh st.
Warren St.
Bth at.
Boo'.t St.
w»ten avaaas,
•tt at.
tth at.
IU
la Met*
SO—am
ISO e*
ISO
a IMS8.-IM
ISO
la Mask .— S«
ding beck 110 feet.
lor farther pat Ucuiara, en^nlre of
Brown St.
~Lh st.
S:h street, extae
JOHN KINO,
Land Agent, Nn. 17 Brady street.
For Male.
-j AA FRIT of SrounJ mi ady, between 13th SBI
lUv Uth street., on gool terms.
Atso,
417 feet oa Brady, by ISO, low for aaah.
ALSO,
S lata oa Brady, ISO feet by ISO. Ms caa beSSM
on long time:
AI.SO,
lots on Brady between 8th aad 10th streets, en
long time and very cheap,
ALSO,
|90,000 worlh of real estate to sell cheap, all Im
proved lota lo tbe at part of the fit. goods and
groceries, cath and balaic- on loiii{ time.
ALHM,
Bt0,000 worth of goods ti exchange for nnlm
proved lands in Scott and Massatloe eoanliea.
ALSO,
A bear.tlful new frtnie use with two acres of
highly orn»m tit»d land, commaneingtba finest view
la the vicinity of tbe city, on god leints.
Apply to
JBM MADB, GALLOWAY A 8AHDMR*.
For Male.
A A Acres ttesntifnl land fer m'f, 25 acrea of
4 which Is Improved, good double lot hon«e, fine
water, 8 mil' s from Camden,on Monmouth road, 1,1.
Terms eaay.
ALSO,
Two beantifnl 'arms,ISO acres eaeh, 60 acres la a
blah state of improvement, good dwelling houses
and out-honaea, good running snd well water on each
miles »el of the rlty, on a good road and n-ar
the railroad 9" acres of «ood otl and tlmher ]an1
Will go with tbeee farms If desired. The 'arms are
adjolplng, timber land and coal 6 miles If. A rare
chance Is here off:red and will doubtless go soon at
tbe eaay terma on which they can be sold.
ALSO,
House and lot on Second street, 0rant's saw mill.
Lit, 200 by 60 feet. Good two story frame house,
"ne stone basement. Terms easy.
Apply to
Ja28 BADS GALLOWAY A 8ANDRBS.
For Sale.
AS
RBAITIPIiL, well finished, Brick Dwelling,
Rooms, Oellar, Kitchen and 4tabl\ A por
tion of the purchase money down, balance on long
time or a part lu unlirprove'l land in Brott connty
would be taken at a fair price.
ALSO:
Several Prs ,.-•» Boild'ng*, well Balah'd and well
situated, to sell on good terau or exchange for mer
ehandiae.
ALSO
Several tracts of fine land in various parte of the
County, to sell on rea- unable terms, and long time.
Aiply to
deeaS RADft. OAI LAWAT A SANDERS.
For Rent.
A
FARM of HO acrea for rent, within 8 4 miles
of Pulton,all fatoke and fenced, wlih a conve
nient New House on ihe same. Por particulars,
enquire of the andeisigned.
I. W. WOODWARD,
JaSB No. 1 Mlcko la' block
Vali&bla Saw and Crist Mill
IF0K BALE.
THIS
properly, consisting of two arres of land,
p'eaasnt li'ickand f*a nf dwelling, good orchard
of fr it in hearing, Saw Mill. »ith smiil*-
0 III,
Willi
nn the .'.th day of August, A 136£,
J.ibn Merrymau, of Bcott county, Iowa,
two run of linr atones, Mtuated one
casn,
feet ah ng said
w st I ne, th* nc« due ea-t lo the east linn of lot No
nine ij in block tlfty three (o ), tlieu e doe aouth to
th- souih-ta.' tj.utt said loi i n- (9), tbence west
to the t.'h west coiner of lot t. n (10), oa Brady
street—mi.I e *nveyanre being made to cure a h*l
an e of the purchaa*- money »h:ii.. aiuconveyaQ s
was male by the sal ho M. Me:rymaa lor tbe
purpose of securing the payment of nine certain
promissory uot s and ths interest tbereon, signed
by said J. hn M. Merryman and C. A. M' fh'-ttridge,
four of th -nid*t"l the 6th day of De«mbtr, A
signed by C. A. M'^Pcettridge. and payaMsa.
follows one tor me thousand dollar*, payable two
ye u fr i s dat', one for o it O ontand dollar*
ptyab'e In tt:re»'y.ra fr.im its dat', rn-) one
ih jus in 1 dollars payable in four yea s from it. dale,
one for one thousand dollars ptyabls in Ave ye«r«
from its dat. aIo four tth promlroiy notoe
signed by said Merryman dated J«pti«t 5, l»SS, ooe
for the sum of tr.uty-two and 3 100 do'lar. paya
ble December 5. IKf»j, one tor one u dr"l dolia*.
e oi cuter S. 1fv'9, one for s .-vent, dollars pay*
able December 5, I860, ooe for .tveity do lars due
Dec*iiihe'5 ltei. ao*
one for two bnndrud Collai.
doe December 6, 14^9.
and the balance on loo* tim".
The water power
is
th** le*-t on the 11 per
Jfeary Bro$»n OKI1%
Aad auuiy other guoda aaMehle «sr Mctr ifly. OaU
SB Weet Bes—d it, Bfp. Le Ctelre Bease*
rmmsm
A LAJ1GR LOT OF
Cfttn
D«CK
a«4Sail
lie Viil Hictil Slraat,
CLA
BaeamNSS.Vak. 1.1MB-
JmcMM!
-r~, -.
FORSALEORLEASE.,SEWL\G MACHINES
PMT Sale.
sod twenty Ralldlac Me Ml SS
Addition to the .vn uf Por- Byroa.
T*ie- 1..U are eliglt'le and Landsoirly altnatai] ot
She bank of Uie Mu«it*ippi. |I be ...U ad ret*
toi.abl" terma.
*or partlonlars inquire Ma*.re. Dnrfee, tt ft
v--,, Port Byron, t-barl.
TO THE QUA IKK tJITT
MYtak"
K l. ». n,
Bumbeilt.-i :'*-lr»l.l, ie» land ia
and near the rltie. of Dav" part aad Le Olalre, at.1
Bear Port Hron. aovlO
For Saieor M*ea*e.
Kaa
AJC'VUrK
D-*ar Qniker City, wil' on b« ai hind aa o
aitit with u» In our ii.ilaaaB^tumwheit
yen ran hear tv -musical clicV, I rk.of the
WUI:HI.I:k A U ILNO.H,
Aoayf.om the r»tll '-te-!.»:.g ofli'cQ -C'y.ai. i
'ry atid keep tool—nu*. tali a |. nd. u. ..wei.r at rs
(as yen did the oilwr day, and have lu ask theadltor
11 at! k:s" f.i. yo.i Bit d.,wn whilj we Kjk a fee
4 raUuna.
let. Il about the$28 tl-akei-Cityso'I A Bk*cl»
Couldn't u.-e It eacbaiifi**! for a $40 one. ooaKlo't
use Uiat, bat can and are nstng a Wheeler A Wil
son.
M. What abuat th"B« one sold tnTJ Tea TvckV
C'Ml'tnt ts" it exc'baog'il f»r a $40 on* rouldn't
naa ibat: a keii ». u, take It back you refuaed.—
He tle u 1 fi It with us to a*-ll, w icb we a'e happy to
did s*l' to Mm T. Rsteo for RtO. Did W
obsain It unfairly
Bd. Ali-o the $vo on» sold Miss k Pablo, Rr»
Islam who conhicH nse it and haa left tt with as to
sell for B^OV
4tb. l)r JuM, cf Rock Is'and, bought s $28 ooe i
eachangod for a $40 one oalda't aae either raeae
to us and offered the $40 mactila* for $'20 :n exch^BS
for a Wh' tii w 1-on, wb! of eonme waarefaaed.
An't doing that kin. of iibineaa.
6'h. Ilowb u the «8s one boorht hy MyloLee,
Roe man mldt't naa it. and exchanged fcr a
$40 on roilln't us* that. He ha ptiroh"sed Of
n« a Wheeler Wilnou and CAN n«e that.
Wo are vry trni» yonra,
deolS TUB WHBRIRR A WILSON.
1 Card*
THHi
K oRi'-:a1 r'|iort taken from the Argun of Bept
h, IsM
N 4'J II I" Will e, Davenport, 1 Wheeler A Wil
son S* win« Machine,
Ue*errlny of Ugh
tlatin*
N
y o o
rapid*,
its natural stale: and hy a very trifling
ooawnen-
88. Bste, Vaveaport, 1
Oood
N« ^0. TC Bhte, 1 a wing Machine
AVfe.—Th' ev-r»l i-ewmg mat lilnes on exhibition
were all snp rior, sch d..tng th-* wolk Well and at a
tap S rite, hmlily (.iiim- ui'ai.l
The "Pr-ininm Machine" can be »een at A W
Balley'H .lore. WH'TB. Agent
S. T' fate denlei: put'tng a «tl* k In our sew
Ing m*chine at the H»k I.'.BLII Psir W- never
charged him or any one el e it tj it hut did yon ev
er see Inr.I Antler unvn |.n
P. P. 8 8 We thall io a f**w days have a lot of
Wheeler 4 W:|K N i»tr^' Prc-mlum" saving ma
chine, tor rwi Y DOLLARS. ocl7
Kiigrr's ScwlBff MacklMS.
PHIi'K BRDI'CBD
From «195 to «50 and |Tft.
BIBIOEB A CO'S
Ifew Improved Faaslly Bewlag Machlae.
hlt«e»
.l*' of tbe Raa
tern Hl.tes and K .rope, make- us 'entron* of rea
dering 1 ie:it e*|iisllv p.pular ihroo.hout the West
With tlii» view, w*- place ni within the reach of
all hv th above great reduction In prlie.
WESTBRB OrrtcE, 140 LAKE STREET, Caicaeo.
rpnr unparalleHed povu'arlty that nar
A hav*' at aln. throughout tbe 1
A. W. HARRIS Atnt.
Olrcnlar. containing every Information sent g'.tl«
IMIcroK^ HiCKMO AMD Hi:
HAVEstreet,
RKMOV^D THVIH on ict to Mo 98
8 nor'h »l*.e between Rrady aud Malo.
marcb4-tf
Removed.
rjlIIB STOCK OP GOODS VORMBBLT BB
longing 10
1. OBERXDOEBFEB,
And kept neat the pat OSIse, lg rseieied t» thi
6TORE OF L. SCIIHICKBB CB.,
On S"-."d street, near Harrison, Tliere is still i
very lod af^ortuient of
dfa,
PaMfi
half
mile b|. w the city of l.eGlaire, 011 the haufe of the
nver. »nd the mills prop-lied hy the natural current
of the "Father of Waters."—Thi-. op rly can be
had, if applied for soon, at the reduced price ,f
$6 CX*i, mil. hulf
in
exp-
ns*', by
throving out a way dam of no great length can
made e|ti d, if 110! sup-rior, to the
this
PERSONS O I N O
MS* 8 trmjiKt
WILL ri*B A*
WADBWOBTM,
IMTJ aM Large Blae
Hold
i Pike's f'ealt I
o i n
ZZstta axicl Oapai,
NOT IO.1l, AO.
want of snrthing will pleass callSoin, as
Ihe good, mu.i I**- .-.old without retard to cost, to
close the aiislgeni^ut.
LORBNZO SCRRICKRR, Assltaee.
For Pike^u Peak.
ALI.
TROSB «iOIN» T(| THE HOLD MIMBS,
will
do
saw, (irit
well to obLalri tu*-lr supply of
nediriBen, Drags, Ac.,
at the Old fli.nd
of
Oldweiler h. Pairchlld, aa we
Will furnish Me lictne Cli .ts
•St
PRK CKNT. BRLOW ORriNARY PHICBS.
Uill two doors njrtli
r.
he
c.
|i |j-atel water
powei at Mo'ine. Any persons unb.njto engage In
a In.siih'Ss ..f
kind, can for
$6,' 00
buy property
richly worth $'iO.VOO' Apply lo
feietf RAD.', GALLOWAY & SANDRR9.
the Post Offlc
V. I.YO MRHkYMAN h. FAIHOIKLD.
Oiftal Glftiel Oiftail
IPLCB0III Uimi!
AT 119 RANDOLPH STR'.RT, CHICAGO.
JA
OOI.HT A CO. would In'orm their fri'nds
and thepui'iie, that their flirt ok Store Is
oeruiantnliy eMah, fhc.1 I.. Odd IMlow«' Builllng,
tietween srk and pearh irn *tn eta, wh*.*re ihe pnr
cljaser of .-h h' .k.Ht tii 'riiuiai re'Jiil price, wlil
receive one of the foDowti ggi"s, vBM.'d at rrbmfl
t»$10o. «ny persons s'i*diaK fo* the ..nd i.ot
SSI!'tie I with tti gifts, c.n I'ave t'ie I" U d* se of ce
leeting in I's place a $1 book, msku Hul n
sbiiiltig b.oki for 12 cent, acli. Per» n- can
stale in their orders if jrift. going with eaob t*w,k
does n.t *ult, what .a book thy will .elect In
place of git Tim' is he'ter than any other rilfi
Booh ^a'e If' ia in th ('nit' 8'*t"v In s nding
to New York, Boston Phl'adt Ipbla, ionr gills are
vali at f'om 2S«.-nti to $l'si K *rthertoore, |i
otildcost nearly doufi'e the amount of y ar pur
efa.ae irexpre-s harso.
One of th" Gifts of the follow leg schedule are
pie« nted to each pu* chaser at the time of Mle
8M Pat Rrg lever uol'l watches....$100 00each
860 Pat Anchor lo d» HO 00
4110 ladle gold watches, 18 carat flli no
bfiO Hllier Watch t- Kojd ttme-k«epera 92 00
60U Gold rhaini- 16
ThloiM*'-
CAITIN,
DENIMS, SHIBTING STRIPES, CHECKS,
1MIU flamsihi SaHawfe,
ANd
ether goods adspted to the weats ef Mlaers,
arrivtug, aad tor sale cheap, al
TTMBg.
Jimetfn!!
QUAY BAMAUN DBT
Oall aad exstnlas the Goods aad Prices, el
not.oaa?ADOHM
imsm
A oomnaaMnr BOOBS,
MO.MBMAB*
ID
400 ti 'ld Bracelets ......19 00
800
S 10
1500 Jet or' ntme Drops 5 60
IBOtl J!t or Pixe'tiae Pine..............6 60
80 "ameo and *aic Sells ......li 0a
GflOO Cameo Pin* 6
00
00 P«iiile4 Pjr rait Pias S 00
60 0 Se .'s atneo Drops 6 00
6500 Wold I, ket 8 °0
7000 'jol I Rrra«t P.n'
Wd Q.I 'I Bar Dr*P»
st Qol Pen« and Rboay Moldefs....6
7000
10000 S'tts Gents' Sleeve Buttons 00
8000 rtett»Ca»0 Bleeve Buttons 4
looro Setts Ladles' fieri'- Buttons 5 (0
11-000 Setts Oold abirt Stads S 00
IO-OO A so
8000 Set's Cameo Shirt Binds ....9
lflfso plain ISO
,vooo Oold Pencils snl Gold Peas S M)
10000 OoldPencts 9 eo
100*4 ladp-s' Gold Peas. Ivory Holder....2 00
inono I a lies' I'l Breast Pin* 1 60
10UM *ert.' O ld Wat' m'f
I00U0 Rents' Oold Br aatPlns I SO
IMA *oM Rings I W
SOoO Ribbon Slides 9 Sg
Colby's n'W catslegue, which Is seatfraef all
parti or the country, coatalas all lbs moot popaiar
book- of tte 1a».
Agsnts wanted In every townln theTnloa. Those
Mrlsi eo to act eaa obtain full partleulare by ad
dreaaln* aa abev
Relng largely Interested In publishing boohs aad
kwytng from other patn^er* la bustua a, quantities
lor cash, we are e, able* to maka liqsr deeeoata
to rnnatry wrnts rhan can be bad at any other ea
tabUshaieet In the coaatrv.
Aa extia $1 V Ho* and Gift given to any per.
gea or l*«iag a booka at eae time to oae addiesB.
Bead for a Ca'.aUxae Addieaa
J. A. COIBT,
us Baadmph at.,oatcaea
E E A E S
ValealiBM andl Eavelepes I!
JDST
Received by Rapreee direct from Btalern
Manufacturers, (eelebr.ted for their gead teste)
a hol-e assorMaret ef
Valeattaes, Vale««ne Oerda, BnTelopee,
Ae, *e„ sad asRIag at pvteee to salt NBW TIMBS
vary lag from
T«s Bar eeata le $I.B$ estk,
Neaa lacluded la tMs i
which wtll saaae a JbsNef
tf
a-.
k\.
Tap WIEKLT BT ATI BIIMBAf
IB pvausno avsav
vavasMAY asiNiia,
ea LAaet, tttas Tree, a*
at 00 PBB AH HUM, 1* AD.A»ua
|}aes«|aaie(of 13 lineel ne we.- ....
each adiiittooal i
Oneesaar. uoe
tw in-lltti.
three moritb...........
Six to-otni
w na
I evinmn, one vear.
JOIIK
19 as
CARDS.
AKt'HIl Kt'l I.KR,
CAMKOLL A COCIUBAN,
ARCU1TBOTS
Oyrita—Me. Metiopoiitaa Mali, seeead a»ry,
«t-f feJoad st., Daveapari. Iowa.
T.
BtBKU,
REAL Esl ATt
A
EXCHANGE BPOKER,
Novaat Pvauu A Cossaisuoaaa or Dots,
LA' CLAIRE ROW-lt Vtmirt R+n Ca/rMCf
Jenil UataaiMt, lewe.
LE CLAIBE BOlTl^
CORNER OF MAIN AND SECOND S1&
aiVKBroar,
IOWA.
A.
La cLAiaa, Fiap**
C. N. fcMcrLta, Bup't.
BI KTIM
HOIISK,
CORNER OF IOWA FTH STEEITO
DAVBBPOR*.
IOWA*
akchSSdtf
'. TMoaiauToa, s a. laows,
0. A Q« mmisainasr.
THOR1NGTON, BROWN A ARMSTRONG,
ATTOBBEVS
snd Oouns»lors, Daveapott. lewa
ofllce. No- 2S, NtchoU.' R.ovh, eoraer of Bsade
aad Second atre« ta.
BE'SBBHOBS —Hoe Thoe A Readrtsfca, (haab*"
sloiiei G«u'i land OWce, Waahlngtoa, O I
nverae Ou, Plae street, Y'.rh Oat JasR
rhorington, M. ntgumery. Ate. Don James Barlaa.
IT S Senator, Mt Pleasant, Iowa, AntoleeLaCtaif*.
Ks*|., «4eo Dsv*- port, Isq, Msssra Cuteoa Davaea
Dsvenpoit, Iowa. mthl
B. W. BBABT. WM. RRACM.
F..
w. imr a co.,
Aactlva a Ccaah(l$a MuniMltl
NO. 6, RAST SECOND A.'ERST,
Davoaport
Will.itcrlri
all klndaof
and attend t' th taie of real
II
a i*abi 1^
s-d persnaal
property. a.I l.uslne-s e, tru»tsl to ns ~wlil
pr. iiij.i.y atte* del •*. and tbe ocatdapaid vva la*
me li t* iy i ii tbe dellv ry i guods,
Davenpo.tOct. 29.'W tt
A. H. riANil»Cll8,
NO. 241 MARRBT BrRRBT, PHILADB1TMIB.
1/liiri tbe larce.t and be. a.a .rted »i.«k eg
Jv Long el a iet Chain andi ot'ou Y.n a,nat-
g. waiting, Twima. t*-«r *t tarn, ael rord%
W a»li l.lnee, ope lo oil. Moubl, I^B'p, Ca'd*%
Oaniph ne. Lard an
V
a great varhty
ti Wl k In h* ciiv Al a
FLY NETS
whlth ha will asB
atmaanfaoturer'* I w*a c» i prices JasB
Park Honae.
IOWA CITY,. .IOWA.
'PHU iArga and Coaiasodloas Betsl haa be» 11 aa«B
A by the rroprlek r, thoroughly repaired aad
vated, neatly furiiUheil throughout, lo the beat ma
ner, with sraiBS B»:I« and I.IOHTED vim eAS.
No oalna wtll be spared ton.akrtbe PAllBOrM
the "A No 1" Hoii*eof the Oity i It baias aiaehlhe
largestan*l pleasantly situated ta a cn'ral leea*Ma^
-it, the corner o' J' ffe Mil and Da uuue Strret*. aeer
the City Pari, with comfortableaccomaisdallees toe
Two Hundred HumIS
TBRM8—In onaformlty t» tbe Uatee.
Good and Oapactous Btabllog a'tacb-d to tbeheaaa.
TRDSDBLL
N"V.4Hf irnnmrlf of
the
HAS
frioSiII Me
DENTAL.
THE LATENT IMPROVEMEin
IN RXTRACTIBG TBBTM.
Dr. JtISMI Jtorrmirt
parcbaeed tbe rlsht to DM r. irs
cat "an s.tbe|a.'' for the rx'raf.lng of «aefe
without i*ain, by appl Ins cold t» the game,
any iBjurlou. effects whatever. A so, le prepared ta
e itract teeih by the iate.i luprovea^ota la BietrlC"
uy.
JAMK8 MOitltOW,
SiigMi IN niMhaalcal P—tilt,
PODRTM BThBBT,
Between Mala aad Barrtsm streets,
olnlng Dr. Puaatafn's realdeace.
OrrioR AMD Basis
Davenport, lawa.
KftAny aaMaat of raleraace ghrea if nnaiiiS
sepIO
V I I I 8 E 8 E K O O S
WOULD
respertfally Irifo'm the InbsbltaatB el
Davenport and vicinity that ho haa
otnee directly ovei tbe Datenpoi' ^aaOo.'s, aMef
win's Block, on Perry, between Third and Pourth.t*s#
for th*- iranaaoion of Meciianiesl and Operative Dea
t'stry in all Its bianihe. Havii roeived lnarae
tt* ni fro-1, and during Ibe raet year be.Q asssiilalsg
*i'l,"i-e
of th* i.*..-t ah]* |rai.t|oner* In the Bast,ha
f'ela confident that any operation* entraa sd ta bias
will be ex -..uted In a catefhl arid aklllful aaeaaer
H. will be uio-t happy to abow any who eaay fever
htm with a call, bis recommendations, which are at
the hl|fh«at chare, lei aad would Invite the meet
crilicaletamlna.ion upon all Work committed ta Mi
ban*t*. All 'iperatl in* reg'.u-red and warranted
He ».|K|I- rhsreof the public ^ttro w aad tahSO
plcaear.in sabmlttiag the fo'V wlr tastnaeaial:
NEW I «t»ia,oet. 9S. INI.
Thla may certify that Dr Ch»aahr«»agh hM base
a pupil of mine in the .tudy of Iieotistry, aad thai
d' ring the past year, he has operatai with ate la my
oftl In bis professional ability I have the greatest
coMfidenee, and rltally reeemmsad btia ta iay
wUtlng aarb aervlcas as.tboM of a esrefal aad AIM*
ful Dental Operator. W. W. BHBPPIBLD.
And also In referrtag to Messrs.
O.tsO, Sbepard, Hon T. #. WUIIaMMb
l«n,"i, Dr W. W.BMMC
Hon Kbeaeaer 1/UBsd, Lesrned,
Dr. Uwls Betts, Rev DanKI NfufitlBRlMb
W Browne, Dr W StaeSard,
of New Loadon.Oor a
Dr, Barrows.
Hon Cannon,
Dr Wltberwaxi
W Gurley lif,,
Rev Packard,
A Barrow RN,
1 Burrows,
ftr Baker,
JUv Masoa,
Messr. Cook A
Tme,
W A •alagtel
•atog*ee,
A I
FMei «ia,
A W Bettor (MM
Ohss M«rs
Jao N Bnswi.
Wocdward,
W Smith,
Y SI ymabar,
Rmt Masoua,
Jea Laeibriu,
CfeOTHING.
O
ASaverScottUa
2
the Oouaty f.lr is the largasl aad I
held Davtaport, aols
Tie Larfatt aid MtM
OP
ClolhB* Csu«lnBcr«a
i
(suitable fer Pall aad Wialar)
aow open at
HAMIIEL
PERRY'S,
(unre opposite tbs Po*tOStoe) aMih wlQ bsmaBBap
to suit castomsrs oa short aettes, a»d
PrkM la kMptag with tit TlMSs
A large BSMrtn -nt ef
CLOTnM
BEADT-1AP1
Per Men, TeaShe
aae Bey^
«t mm
eea neaeaMMs%
which win he sold at
B»st«ra l*rlo«a*
I shall eoatlawstaaaaafaMaeaav
aw* OMBIBS,
Ihttshg glviag a
A BBTTXB OABMUT
Vsr the same measy thaa any Baalsr* made bsbBa
Bvvnthiag In tfcs
FarMlihlai
Oaa aleabeiaaaL
Bltirte of all
Under OkMfctac la
AlsgBSsadi
rsprM le Ms
Goat's Shawls,

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