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STATE DEMOCRAT.
MTV MirturoiT
A**. •.. •IIHI
MRMKATIC TICUT.
For Uo«mor,
*J(L C. DODGE, of DM Moioeo.
For Lieut. Governor.
t?w. BABBITT, of Pottawatessie.
For JRNLGH of the Supr*nw Court,
T. a WII-HON. cf lutu^u«^
CHAM. MASON, of
C. 1X»LK. of Polk.
ELECTION, IHTTOltF.R llni.
TU
«eraile Ma* Central I'taoUM,
0»M*niT,o(MIO«rtl».
A. WILLIAMSON.
*. SRoWW.
J. BLWOOD.
M- Tuno,
••••orotic Kuciilio CoaiailMooi
BDWABD JOHNSTON,
M. •. TBIMBI.R,
J. DBVS
O. ». WHITING,
A. J. BAABB,
Oorydon, tay,
.1*1 District.
Sd
i
4th
..Mb
A. iiiiiun «ih
RBMRT AI.TMAB 7IK
0. W. MRCLBABT TUB
». A- MIHOXIT, ETH
WA. MI CLIRTUOK
10TH
0. HTH
ratle ienity CiiTCBtln.
TL« Democrats
of Scott county Awlli
m-«t lo Dele-
gate Convention a the Court Mooae
in
the city of
Oaveopo'T, on M»ndar, the ISTB DT of S
18SB at II
o'clock
pifmU
A M,
ting c«.I to BE voted for at the geaeial eieo
tlon
which takes
PLACE UN TILL INNOI UVLUBCR, LH§8,
t.-OLT
Of* Senator.
Thrt* K*prnmt»t$m.
Cw»y Judge.
IMRDIRK 7V«aMr«r.
4kr*#YOR
oun N Svftrinlmdtnt of MLTO TOWFT.
Corm»r.
Oruwiyi Commissioner.
LO accordance with a lesolutton 'paeeed ot the
OEONTY Convention, held July 14th, ISM, the ratio
•I REPRESENTATION
rot the different
TO: OLE
Tuansbipa
Delegate lor
Hepiember 19, 2 ai.
OttifrullMon
",
Tne.day,
BOtalUMOta.
FVI
,."'4 A
\i
2U, 3 p.M.
Srak- AVLLLN, Wedn.sdavtpti-»uiber
fl
pt
mb 21,
Wocuiflelil, AANIC
MaKnoIia.SrptainberH.
p.•.
day, 7 PM.
KEU*au|aa, THN-Mlay. Feptambar 93,3 p. BL.
Baatonrport, EARN"
day, 7 p. m.
OharUeten, Prlday 8'| T- MT' '.T, 2 p.
HI.
Htinrday, ITFINRMLKR 84,7 PM.
•Ceoktik,'on,
nrliriK II'la*, BepUmtxr H.lp.G.
Muncalinr.
Turaday,
Hrptember 'JT 1
Daynport,
p. M.
Wednesday. 8
Iowa
pteuibT 38,7 p. n.
Olty,
Thu aiiey, Hept
mUr 29,1
Oadar Kapt1«, Prldav,
p. m.
Bepti
mber UTT, 8 p.M.
MAR'-NGN, Satunlae.
ort.iber
1. 7
p.
in.
Tipton, MONDAY, October S, 7 M.
Dawltt, I!C|,.l,cr 4,7 n. NI.
Maqnokn a,
Welliealay, ((clot^ 6,.T
BelK-vue Thnr-day. 0
p. B.
t..l'r
6. i p. M.
OBBBHUE, Friday, October T, 7 p. M.
HON. H. DKAN
Will oddroaa the PEOPLE upon the (xiliUcal iaaoea of
the day at th* following tlm»a and plooao:
at 3P M.
Sloax
Olty, Hep
enjlier 10, at 2 M.
Ooaacll
Baptaml»r 18tI,
Htwton,
at 2POI.
Dae M'llnoe 8rpt 4aber 1C. at 2 PNI.
Oaleet'O K 8«*pt
inber 11,
at A m.
Hept
mber 14, U' M.
loledf,8EPTRMB'R
90, at 2 M.
Vinton,
Septami' FL,
at 3
piu.
Iodapendetn «, SEP mbar J3, at 2 A.
Delhi,
Sep'ETABXF
2Sc. nt
2 n.
Dobuqua, SEPTEMBER 94,
at 3
pa.
Ljona, 5OP-MA,
JG M.
®FTE,'.«TT. gr|,t'iiiberB412,p
at 9 ».
.ipton. Heptcaibar
-iH. at
9
Iowa Ol'y.
hepti-mber'i9,
at
i M.
Wapello,
Brptvmber .STI,
at 2 M.
TH" Central CommiUsea
of
will pleaaa give
the aevarol ooootleg
taini
dtate notice of the above I|-
and make
tb« necessary arrongemenig.
By orde' of
Iba
D-mocratlc
DTATE CLATR TL. OOMMITTSE.
POOR PHOIPCCT.
Beme time since we received infor
mation that tbe company that con
trolled the M. & M. Railroad had
perfected their arrangements to snch
an extent that the work of extending
that great thoroughfare was about to
be recommenced in good earnest, and
that by tbe coming year, or soon there
after, it would be constructed as far as
Mareugo. Bat it seems that our infor
mation was not of a reliable character.
Itia now improbable that anything
will be done towards extending this
Mid daring tbe present year.
The people along the line of the
road are very aorry to see this. There
have been so many promises made,
and still nothing done, that they have
loat all confidence. We consider
that the extension of this road or
the building of another ia of vital im
portance, and we are very anxious to
aee some action taken. What are the
officers of the 11. «k M. Railroad doing?
The public is anxioas to hear abont
this matter, one way or the other.—
Please let the people hear from you,
gIPtlcmpn of the company.
•BTTEB N"OT.
are informed that freah qaanti
of that rotten trash known as Flor
•ice money, is being foisted npon tha
J»ople in a
qQiett
mm
Jy manner. We
•ave this from undoubted authority.—
This will not answer the people will
Mt Mbmit to any such proceeding on
Jfe part of the firm who own that tnah.
TK» DEMOCRAT warned the people a
fe?4tpa since against receiving the
HfcMota traah called money, which
tba owners of Floreace wete paying
««l aa reliable currency, and they now
jiMtfcak oar advioe was good, and they
rn wwyflad they took it and we now
%lP®Wic
afdBSt
If Ike people of De»«nport don't d«
•erre good moaer. doee# w»d
what bat tbio cororaunity done U the
proprietor# of the marble bonk that
they moot continue to ocoarge them
r,
fur the purpose of nomina­
will
eicb mtoablp,
DITIONAL
delegtl*
tod one
Tor
AD­
every twenty Democratic votes
CMT ot the IMT QOI»or'iational
election.
Br O.J' of
Aagast, T, IN* THE OOTJBTY COMM ITTB,
DcnvcrMi
flettlat
A
Ml the city of
at L.E Claire.
meeting of tbe denm
istlc
tsaashlp
voters of
Le Claire
will be held at the Old PresbyterianChurch
LE Claire,on Saturday the 10th day
September
of
next, at o'clock P. KTA app lnt elev­
en delegates
to the County Convention at Davenport
SBthe 12th
of the same mouth.
By order I (IBBTBAL TOW
La Olalra,
ttaaip OonaiTTan.
Auxuel L&, 18OT.
HON. A- C. DOltVC,
Swoorotlc
candidate for Governor of Iowa, will
address the people at the time* aud plaoaa named
tba
following list of
••ubtujue,Priday,lay,
M.
Wapp»llo.
la
appelntman'I:
Belleveu, 8-pt V,
at 2 O'eloak M.
nr H**p 10, at 3 o'clock M.
Davuport,
Mornlay, HTPT Vi
lluscttlne
at O'clork m.
Tu*-"H- A-PT 13, at o cloik
OolumbiK OL'y, MTEDU'-tdty,
ra.
Sept 14, at 'J o'clock
We 1n ITM, Rei 14.
at 1
o'clock M.
MT Plraaant, Thureiay. "FPT 1&, at '1 O'clotkpp a.
Pelrflrll, Krl'iay, Hrpi IG.at 2
o'clock
Kaoaanqut,
PA
Aaturla),
Mr.
Ot
IT, at »'clo kpa,
Klrkwo jd LI
re*pac'nlly invited to be praaaat
LHI'( moetlnge and IIMH IH the peoola.
The Oeatral
Oommltta-e
of
the
above ment'oaed
ae«reral
cooatlea
will plrau
of
tha
lira Immedlete
above
appolntoi-nti
notice
and ^UTKE tha
•IfUiRemanta
aecaaaary
for the meetings.
order of tha Den State Central Cam.
Mr. Sonuola* Appolotmooia.
AIMa, Tuetilay, Septcmlirr ID, 2 M.
ObarlU.n, W'liKidav,
S-|.te«betp14, 3 p. M.
0»c-0la, TliurMlay SE^temher IB, 'I p.M.
Aftoli, KI I'lay,
rvplriiiber IS, 'I UI.
Decatur City,Katunlay
8fptember 11, A
p. a.
MKASKS KUITOHS The Gazette is
much agreived that the secret of tbeir
programme should ao unfortunately
kavebeen exposed by tbecareleaaneaa of
tbe Republican party at this'place. Not
pretending to deny that such resolu
tions were before the meeting at this
place, it, knowing that tha expoeore to
them ia a very serious matter, avows
that tbe aaid resolutions are a part of tbe
Democratic policy and were for tbe
adoption of a Democratic meeting *he
h»r wi. it mwiin nr«v -n
It was truly amusing to see the ac
tions of tbe Republicans here when
they found that their resolutions were
in print, squirming, caucnssing, scold
ing, wondering how it was possible fof
their Secretary to be so utterly regard
less for the welfare of the party, so
thoughtless as to loose the main spring
of their internal works—the lever
which was to overturn the Democrat
ic rock. Well, let them squirm, and
remember, too, that "murder will out."
LE CLAIRK, Sept. 7, '59. REX.
A CuRiors
POLITICAL
GKKRIT SMITH
w*!l0h
Tbe Grand Officeio
With all «uch rotten atoff aa will not Eastman. G. H. P. Kimball Porter,G.
YAF ANY where eloe K. WM. E Lcffingwell, G. S. WA.
We understand, alto, that another B. Langri-Jge, G. Sec. M.T. Williama,
banking bouae in this city bat an- I G. Treasurer.
•ounced iU intention
to take the mon The
ey of the International Bank of Canada
on deposit. Better not do any such
tilling. It will not be submitted to in session only on
quietly. Bear it in mind.
VHHE HIMILLTIONS.
There has been none here for weeks Legislature passes by. They are al-
past, nor any thought of, at least for
the present Theu what meeting were
these resolutions intended for
Again, to make tbeir chargc an rad
ical as possible, they intimate that Mr.
Summers was tbe author of them, snd
purposely diopped that they might be
pickcd up by your reporter. Now
this ridiculous assumption of the
honest Sanders is just such a one
as is calculated to make every one be
lieve in the truthfulness of your corres
pondents version of the matter. It is
not necessary for me to say that Mr.
Summers is incapable of trickery, for
every one throughout tbe State who
has tbejhonor of bis acquaintance,knows
what value to place upon tbeir state
ment. 1 bad a notion not to say that
Mr. Summers waa not at home, but, on
tbe whole, it ia perhapa aa well to do
ao. He wan at the time in the city of
Vubutfue Bah how wise is Sanders,
how truthful, not content with denying
tbe truth, be must, unwittingly it is
true, endeavor to destroy whatever
character or influence he may have,
by availing a man whose purity has
never been questioned, and whose
honesty has become a proverb, nt only
]n Scott Co., but throughout the State,
and who would not stoop to refute any
charge that might be found in his
fictiou, the Davenport Gazrtte. Geu
tleman, keep those resolutions before
the people that they may see the hon
esty of the Hablnith observing Repub
lican party.
CONFESSION—
DISOISTED.—The
Sage
of Petersboro is beginning to find out
that his political cronies are not exact
ly tbe men he took them to be. lie
has, moreover, aired his new opinions
in a circular reply to a letter from the
Chairman of the Jerry Rescue Com
mittee, inviting Gerrit Smith to preside
over the celebration of the anniversary
of the deliverance of the imjiortal Jer
ry. In this morceau, which we pub
lish elsewhere, Mr. Smith says that he
has quite enough of the Jerry Rescu
ers his interest has declined greatly
within the last two or three years, and
be ia decidedly of the opinion that it is
unwise to continue to repeat the farce
any longer." The rescue, lie says, was
a ''glorious thing but as most of tbe
bretbern who helped it along have fal
len back from tbe faitb, it is absurd to
keep up tbe shadow of a celebration
when the substance has evaporated
through party and church influences.
The Jerry Rescuers, he says, are ''base
ly inconsistent," and o are the Tem
perance Societies." Rum drinking has
been increased since the so-called tem
perace leform commenced, and the
cause of temperance in this country is
dead." The nigger and tbe Maine
Law, Mr. Smith says, have both been
killed at tbe ballot-box, by tbeir
friends." Gerrit Smith, who knows
them well, says they arc
44
are
Enoch
W. hit
The corner stone of tbe First Pres
byterian Courcb of Mt. Vernon, Linn
county, will be laid on Saturday, Sept.
loth.
A GREAT TBOTH.—We clip the fol
lowing from the Dubuque Herala, and
ask tbe readers of the Democrat to cot
it ont and paste it in their hats
It was an unfortunate day for Iowa
Wa*
ready plotting and scheming to get
more power into tbeir hands, and un
less they are met with restrictions,
will as effectually control the legisla
tion of this State as the officers of a
Branch control its movements."
The school superintendents of Union,
Ringgold, Adams, Taylor,Montgomery.
Cass and Page countics held a conven
tion at t^aiocy, on the 7th ult. Many
features of the school law were de
clared defective, the plan of building
school houses by taxation denounced,
and the Bub-district system objected to
in some measures. Mr. Benton was
preseut and recommended districting
by Congressional townships.
The Muscatine Journal publishes a
call for all persons who feel aggrieved
by the conduct of the M. «fc M. Kail
road Company, to meet on Saturday,
Sept. loth, for the purpose of devising
means of protecting tbeir rights an
property from outrage and encroach
ment. The call is Bigned by David C.
Cloud, late Attorney General, Richard
Cadle, A. B. Uershe, Wm. Lundy and
others.
A. W. Parke, of Clay township, Har
din county, reports to the Eldora Sen
tine/, that his wheat crop turns out
S3 l-'J bushels to the acre.
The Jobn&on county Democratic
ticket consists cf: For Senator, Jas.
B. l&dmonds for Representatives, Cy
rus Sanders and Geo. Paul for County
Judge, Geo. W. McCleary for Treas
urer and Recorder, James Borland for
Sheriff, Edgar Harrison for Superin
tendent, li. H. Sylvester for Coroner,
Geo. McGoovern.
Something About Diamonds.
From
the
Gran i Contwi! of Maoona will ,0'CJAI
also meet in this city, and
betra cd ,nto the
IaK*money
here. What Democratic meeting pray will find ere another of the ...i
an article in Harper's Magazine
under the above title we take the following:
The first great diamond of the world is
"The treat Mognl," seen by Taveruier in
16F.5. It WEIGHED in ITS ROUFJLI elate seven
hundred and ninety-three carats,and when
cut two hundred and EIGHTY carats Tliia
diamond, from description, IS supposed to be
identical with the Koh-i noor," which
came into the POSSESSION of ENGLAND bv
conquest from the Sikhs in 1850. Its histo
ry from its discovery has been
one of blood.
Tho Russian
diamond weighs one hundred
and ninety-five carats, and is of the size of
half a pigeon's egg.
It
was sold
same diamond
mean men
and sham men."
After giving his old (Hands a general
broadside all round, Mr. Smith goes to
work to explain in his jeremaid what
he intends to do. His idea is simply
to stir up insurrections among the ne
groes at the Sontb. Insurrections are
Mr. Smith a rather violent remedies for
the diseases of the l«dy politic. Con
gress won't do anything thechnrch is
.afraid, Jerry s old friends have taken
Jthe back track. So Smith has cut them
kll, and is going into tbe fire, rape
and slaughter" business all by himself.
He backs up Seward's brutal and
bloody speech at Rochester to the bit
ter end.—jy- T. Herald.
Expaau»aL-.Th«ro is a pretty Gorman
atory or a bund man, who, even under a
misfortune, was happy—in a wife ho pas
uonately loved her voice waa sweet and
-Z 'or that beauty
h\ h*" a painter) waa the
?A£"JO?*?*'
A
PHY,IEL»N -»*.
aod. oariDg tho diooaae, restored the hus
band to right, which ho chiefly valued
SSJHSZLTJ*?*-".1
meddling with
Otak •argeatVif b4hu shin-plaatars.
wa BMJ explaia to tba pabUo
why this si
off it again baiag
aa
it would enable bias to gase oo the level*
fa.turo. of hie wile. HFLOOL£.ND
HEUR«*°not
redto
^F
HT. BET hk heppiaesa ia over. I. this
•JW htgftoay OUR emel physician ia «M.
,.,-F «HE OIMUIMM. of Galveo-
tta I*I iaporta
..LUSVGR^' JF W
2-r^
«te*8-6?SLSS
nail on
William E.
day.
Leffingwell is the G. P.
Next week there will be holden in
Chicago, the Grand Encampment of
Knight Templars of the United States.
haD('s
,,,en»session
a8
,'jer P®°P
e
in 1775
to Prince Gregory OrlolF by a Persian mer
chant for $540,000 and an annuity of $20,
000. Nothing definite is known of its pre
vious history. It was probably the prop
erty of Nadir Shah,
the conqueror of India,
stolen from him aa he stole it from the
Great Mogul The «?iatn nd of the Grand
Duke of Tuscany weighs one hundred and
thirty nine carala it IN an inch deep aud
an inch and U half in diameter,
ami has
Pitt diamond,
no
equal in the world for purity of color and
beauty of form. There is a legend that
this stone waa originally bought at a stand
in Florence for a few cents, under the sup
position that it waa a bit of crystal. The
Regent, or
was purchased
by
Thomas Pitt, grandfather of William Pitt,
while Governor of Madras, of a native
merchant, for #72,000. In 1748 it waa
bought by Louis XV for #3,375,000, and ia
now one ot the French royal jewels. It is
the
that
waa worn
by Napo­
leon 1 in the hilt of his sword it weighs
one hundred and thirty-sixand three-fourths
carata and ia the same in depth and
diame
ter as the Tuscan.
Another diamond, the Etoile du Sud,'
was found six years ago in Brazil, and pur*
chased by a Parisian firm, who have just
finished cutting it. The weight is one
hundred and twenty-five and a half carats,
and it is aaid to be of the purest water and
free from blemish. The Koh 1-r.oor" now
weighs
one hundred and three carats, its
original weight having been reduced by an
error in cutting in 1852. The great dia
mond belonging to the King of Portugal is
still in a rough state, and is asserted to
weigh sixteen hundred and eighty carata,
and to be worth $30,000,000. It is larger
than an egg, but many eminent judges be
lieve it to be a white topas, and without
any specific value. The Blue diamond,"
belonging to Mr. Hope, the banker,
of Am
sterdam, weighs seventy^eeven carats.—
The Pacha of Egypt owns a diamond
weighing forty-nine carats. The Piggott
diamond weighs forty-seven carata. It was
brought from India by Earl Piggott, who
disposed of it by raffle, valuing it at #160,
000. It was drawn by a lady who sold it
to the Paeha of Egypt—A most sensible
woman in our opinion, and doubtless a
jewel to her husband." The "Sancy" dia
mond weighs thirty-nine carata—the "Polar
Star" thirty two both are among the
crown jewels of France.
RII.IOION AT COURT.—The Prineese Freder
ick Williams maintains her high poeition
aa a truly Christian!lady at the Court of
Berlin.
It seems that a year or two before her
marriage she had be n deeply affected by
a book of Adolphe Monod's, and that sinee
then she has been very decidedly evangeli
cal in all her views feelings. This used to
be evinced most pleasingly by tbe intereet
the took ia the welfare of the people around
the royal residence in SO tland, and partic
ularly by the efforta she made to lead
some
of the young people, whom she But in her
walks, to aerlons snbfeeta.
Vmifoirr MD TUB UIMW RIDEBS.—Tor
mowt rsfaeee ta allow a traveling aire as to
dssssrats hosftorritoty. As the State is very
wide, the showssen, however, manege to
eseeesodate her eight'seeing population BY
EAUBTTFA^NP^M^DOWN he
eastern and
At Wellsvilla, K. H.,
direetly aoroes the OoaneUeat from Wells
River, MANY tbeasaads from Verarant
Vowed Into a sheas last week, smay eem*
fogMfcra»tkfe*attest* see tha skew.
the bead precioeiy
Tbo Thrso Ureal Fowera sf EaroM*
tela oad AosHea.
There are now two gianta in Europe
who are pushing with even and almost
I .L REF„RM
equal steps tbe path of ^.rm tbe
SYS
will convene carryiug tbeir
on SATURDAY lOtb ofSeDL. and will be 1 ^IE B'gHMT PITCH
00 Saturday, 10th Of bept, and Will be ^MPOLEON
'TCM8 of the Old World, aud
of
?lory
NII AND
each rime
to
an imperial
Europe. But impelled by the power
of that very genius, which wished to
anticipate both men and things, and by
tbe imperious force of circumstances,
which aroused simultaneously against
him the bense of security on the part
of the rest of Europe, Napoleou was
compelled to combat all the nation*
within r. short period of time. The
terrific nature of the struggle exhaust-
u
Napoleon III. came with bis sagac
ious intellect to establish the views of
his uncle, and to-day not one of the
Napoleonic ideas is forgotten in tbe
schemes that agitate Europe. Avoid
ing the danger that ruined the first,
the third Napoleon makes haste
slowly." In constructing the edifice
of his dynasty he does not lay one
course till the preceeding one has be
come cemented. His wars, instead of
awakening bitter enmcties, seem to
make his friendships more firm. That
with Russia secured for him the recog
nition and apparent alliance of the
giant of tbe East. That with Austria
has effected a remarkable change in
the policy of the Germar.ic Confedera
tion towards him. Nor is the change
within the domain of France less stri
king. Railroads are being everywhere
built, public wcrks constructed, indus
try and commerce stimulated, tbe ma
terial interests of the people fostered,
the laws imbued with a wise and con
servative liberalism, to such a degree
that the second series of Napoleonic
wara, instead of exhausting France,
have served only to show the vast
extent of her resources and her power.
Iter armies and her fleets are now the
first in Europe. It is these things
that have made Louis Napoleon the
arbiter of that continent.
In itussia a parallel case exists.—
Nicholas I. initiated a policy as vast
and as comprehensive as that of the
first Napoleon—social reform at home,
the extension of tbe boundaries of his
empire to the waters of the mediter
ranean and the farthest confines of
Asia, and tbe creation ot fleets and
armies that should give weight to his
power in Europe. Like the first Na
poleon, be, too, was before his time.—
Europe, palled with forty years of
peace, was ready to go to war against
him, and that of the Crimea crushed
his mighty soul. Alexander II. saw
the errors of bis father. He made
peace with Western Europe, be urged
the construction of railroads, canals
and river steamers at home, he libera
ted the serfs, he hastened tbe founding
of a new empire on the Asiatic shore
of the Pacific, he is building telegraphs
and railroads across northern Asia,
and by every possible means is seek
ing to foster the developcment of the
material interests of bis empire and
the elevation of his people. Tbe re*
suit is alieady being witnessed. Rus
sia stands on a par with imperial
France, and together they give tbe
law to Europe.
These two imperialisms are pursu
ing the true conflict against the class
theories of feudalism. Everywhere
they are undermining the power of the
nobles and e!evating tbe people and
they are performing another great
good work. Through them Europe
and the world is being freed from the
progress of a destructive red republic
canism, which threatened society with
ruin, and the nation with tbe rule of
the worst of tyrannies, that of a system
over the individual. On our side we
are pursuing the same war, but in a
constructive Bense. We have no aris
tocracy to be removed, but we are
building op the power ef tba people
through the same measures which are
being pursued in France and Russia—
the dcvelopement of the industrial and
commercial interest. Each of these
gigantic Powers is placed in a sphere
to which it seems peculiarly adapted
we to lead in tbe New World, France
to lead in Europe, and Russia to civi
lize and rnle in Asia. These are the
three great Powers of the world, and
their influence is already manifest aod
is fast being admitted by all the others.
VICK PRESIDENT BRECKINRIDGE.—
We have no doubt that Mr. Breckin
ridge is sincere in bis disclaimer of a
Presidential candidacy. He is bat 39
years of age, and the expiration of a
teim, or even of two terms in the
presidential office would place him in
retirement in the meredian of his life.
It would be better that career
should not thus quickly culminate, if
it were so soon to close and if Mr.
Brackiaridge wishes to plan oat a wise
and well ordered life, he will do well
to shaa the prematura hoaors of the
Presideacy.
Still be ia aot beyond the reach of
tha Democracy of the nation, who, if
tbaj want him, will hava him, not for
hia sake bat because of thalr own ne
cessities. Ha declined, on the floor of
tha Oiadaaati Platfoim, to be a oaa*
didate for theVice Presidency bat
the Democratic delegatioa of New
York, will aot forget how tkaL' Dam*
ratlc aeeUMtioa* wfeitk
v- v
mtE ITtM im- Tbe following from the New maaieaiediUelf to NEW ADV'KTISEM'TS
«=r
The Grand Chapter of Muoai want York Herald i* vary readable. Tba i
into session at Dubuque on the 7th Herald bu many wild notionn, bot in
inot., aod will be in scooion three days, the following article we think it ba»
goiiiiu CASE or 8iu MWUTIMI,—OM
blades!
and deliberately
i ii
ed his empire, and France saw Bour^
bon imbecility replaced on ber throne
by the united action of twice twelve
hundred thousand foreign bayonets.—
Peacc was restored to Europe but it
was a peace that for forty yer.rs has
been obliged to rely for its preservation
on tbe power of three millions of bay
onets. During that time France re
mained in a state of almost complete
industrial and political lethargy. The
Napoleonic ideas, however, had taken
root, and grew apace, not only in
France, but in many parts of Europe,
till at last they fructified in the final
exclusion of Bourbonism and red re
publicanism from Frcnch soil.
p'us have
ai the moot horrible eotoo of oolf-nuUlotion Act revUtna au AM-adia*
to have over hoard or road of, occurred at
A rollio* mill In Centre County. Pa., last P*"
WEEK.
we
u"
in TH»
OB
youu(? mftn Dam«d
id reeeo"'
itentiary,
respective coontries to
I
ITEDTjARy(
and OF
POW" Slooiing.had
succession,
LI IT .U Jav morning, soon after the works were
ami each has learned from the errors ^-^D, he delideratoly walked
of his predecessor to combine progress i jron gbears, and before any one wa. aware
with stability and conservatism
revolution.
The mighty genius of the first Na
poleon gave birth to the ideas and po
litical combinations that are now
T.MIN«II OR IU. WT
changing tbe face and the future of I as to his motive for the self-mutilation, he With-Mil
replied that -'hi# hands
of sending him to
and he
CHABKBT, the Fire King, who some thirty
five
years ago astonished everybody by go
ing into a red hot oven and cooking beef
steaks in it,died a few days ago,of consump
tion of the lunga. Thou .'H he defied heat
he eould not stand a cold.
IT is officially reported to tbe Emperor
of the French that chloroform waa used in
thirty tbounand surgical operations in the
Crimea .skilled arsbtantsurgeous without a
single death a similar success followed its
adaistration at Solferino and Magenta
but in English hospitals th re have been
about one hundred deaths in one-thiri of
this number of operations in the Crimea.—
The London deaths
to be so common, that Coroner's inquests
are rarely called for. Everything depends
on the mode
of administration.
TBK CBOIT. The Journal of Health
says
"When a child is taken with the eroup
instantly apply cold water—ice water if
possible—suddenly and freely to the neck
and chest with a sponge. The breathing
will almost instantly be relieved. Soon as
possible let the sufferer drink as much as it
can then
wi|e it dry, cover it warm, and
soon a quiet slumber will relieve all anxie
ty." A friend
of oura who has repeatedly
tried this remedy informs us that it never
failed to effort almost instant relief.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
$600 A TSAB.—Wanted an ACTIVB, HONEST
man in every county ln the States,11 travel and
canvass for the NEW TOBS OMMIITI- a beautiful
ly Illustrated monthly journal.
thedlM'iples
pbaraacc
fjr
burning heat. So
of
aUuilly
Becnla-
been compelled, by the force o!
facts, to recommend the use of Da.J. HOSTEVTES'B
STOMtcH
BITTERS, for
those diseases which are
paiticularly prevalent during the summer and fall.
They have aicpr'ained that th*rcare no remedi-a in
the
their ailment*, while
So'd
In
the country,during
by
other pirttona cf
tie
xtminer
months,the demand
forthe article IS (qualiylarge
DRUGGISTS and dealers generally.
SEE alvertlaemeut ln another column,
•eptl-toctl
Known Effeeta*—When Pain or InflamattoB
it
present in a human body, and
PKOi'Lin ITIOX.
WHIUBAS,
By
ao Act
are as follows Now. tbtrafcre, I. IAIFH LOWE, Owrner af
Aaron I rely, wlio
Y^FI""."^DO^UT'^'FHE
Alexander II. iog mill for .ever.l DUY,. Nothing unuao.1 TH'AFFLCR of L^oteaaot Governor and
I observed in hi* demeanor. N Wedneo N^MC
both of which were completely »ev- AEPRE OUTIVEE.
,, i 11. iti- 'l: D. trict, compoaed ot Vaa Bnren conn
•bout midway tli hinds AND ELBOWS, JY SFPRE*FQUTIFEI.
The horrible act was performed
so coolly |M THR 3D District,
coaipoacd
that no suspicion
Ue was taken to a neighboring house,and
a physician
sent for, who re
hisarms—an operation which he is said to
have borne with a stoicism and indifference
that aetonished all that witnessed
it.
most unconcern for the loss of his anna.
Pills
are use I, they at once seise upon the humors which
are the o:cation of the pain or
Itillamation,
and re*
move them from the body, anJ they (aunot IDjure
because their power Is only upon and over thone hu
mors or impurities which are unhealthy (want life)
and whose
prennco
tn sore throat,
coughs, rheumatisms, pain in
medicines,
augll-dfcwlnio
ryDB. MANN, tha renowned diaeoverer
Sold by all respectable druxglata.
of that
invaluable remedy. Dr.Ifaou's Ague Riliam, still
continues to labor
in behalf of theafllicted. Bis
medicines are universally admitted by the American
press, to be far superior to any and all othern ever
discovered for the
treatmentof
can place confidence in the innumerable testimonials
wbleb
the Doctor has in bis possession, that it
greatest
dlseovery
ever made
cine. The attention of our readers is called to the
advertisement of tn
is
Balsam found ia another col
umn ef this paper, aad
pterless article.
we wou'd recommend all suf­
fering from thu disease, viz cl.ills, fever and ACNE,
to avail tbemse.ves of a trial of this remedy.
•old by all good druggists.
WOOD'S HATR RESTOBATIVB.—Among
all prep
arations for tbe hair that have been introdnced as
infallible, none haa aver given the satisfaction or
gained the popularity that Prof.Wood's Hair Resto
rative sow h«s. His Restorative has passed the
ordeal of innumerable fashionable toilets, and the
ladle*, wherever they have tested It,pronounce
It
They end, where the
Wlffl—WlffS—Wigl.
BATCMBLOR'FL Wigs aad Toepees surpass all.—
They are elegant, light,easy and darable.
Pitting lo a charm—no turning up behind—no
shrinking efT the heed, indeed, this is the only es
tablishment where ttwee things are property under
stood and made.
JnlllMflr W Broadway,Maw Tork.
•air Bye—Mr Bye—lair Bye!
WM. A. BATCHELOR*S HAIR DTB!
The Original aad Bent LA the World!
AN others are mere Imitations, and shoaM be
avoided. If yon wlah to aeeape rtttenle.
ORAT, BBD, or nUBTT HAIR Dved Instantly to
beeetifnl aad Natural Brown or Black, without tbe
Isaat Injary to hair or skin.
PIPTBSM MBDAL8 and DIPLOMAS have been
awarded to VA A Batcbeior etoeelStS, end ever
80,000 applications bare beea MADE to the Hair of
his patrons ot his famous Dye.
WM A Batcbslor'B Heir Dye produces a oolor net
to be dlsttunMed from nature, aad LA vtuun
ED not to Wnre In
tba least,
be
oanttnnMt,end
of the
Aucnibly
was en- BEPREAENIATIV-E
r„
tbe penitentiary once,
was determined they should NEVER
get him into trouble again."
HA WAS takan
to
amputated both inthetttb iwtrkt CSMPOXD of
I n
I'TKIM,
FeTenth OA .era!
of
UieSia'aaf 1 D,
entlt e
i fartler providing ror election. Allloc vacanclea In
(TGCI.| R-IGAA
WM and AA:eaticg IEETI
*EchSSd,tI«a.
roiling mi" ... Governor, at l' thi-ty »ava before any
The port enlart of tho ease, which
3U1.'?',lo,r»i4? ,,.yib-_nj/.
^N°
WHERE ho was coofincd fcr horso I BAR ant, the fallowing afleaaaio TO BON by vote
BEEN hanging around the roll- OF au T-^E ECURSOF tbi.statr,t«.wit:
TR
Court.
to the
large
LN
H« tar«e Judgta of the SOPRCM
LBE»
aepresoouuvo Diatricta MEMBER.
THE lloiite
fji
of
of
itb of hi» design, placed hi. arma between the lu ttc 1st DUtrict, cjmpoeed of county, four
RRPRMCNTATLVE*
will
of Davis county, two
District, composed
had been the means REPRESENTATIVE,
of
in THE 7th
A noiahhnrinv bona* and i
Wsjroe county,
omposed of Drcater eoanty
compoiel
District,
of the counties of
RLNIGUID ami Taylor," one Representative.
LH«STB
I»»trlot,,[le
oompt
aed
of the
Pa((( and KrMnont
tyLthiee R'PRAEEUIAUTES
In
the
TWO Representatives,
He
ia recovering rapidly, and manifests the
ut­
I n
cjuaUea
14th District,
one
In
In
the
Toaultsbla, active
man, a salary of $500 per year and a small commta
alon will be paid, address
0. P. BBITTOB, Publlthar, 80 BeekoMP at.. JF T.
Jautl
S*hyalciana are generally loth tu speak
a word In
praise of whet s re called "patent medicines."
L*ed,
It LB an article ln the
that a physician
stringent rules, and many
In-
co le
composed of Lucee county,
R.-presectattve.
In the 16th
District, compostd of Olarfee county,
one RI prem-iitatlve
the I6tb
LMftrlct,
Millb
tlie 19tb
Uiitrlcl,
In
jlih
from chloroform begin
L'.trici, con:p:ecd of Warreu couu J,
one Representative
In the A II District,composed of Madisoa county,
one
aepreti-ntative.
In
IheMth
county,
District, mposed of Pottawattamie
on-
Representative
In e 27th Distrl'T, composed of Bcott County,
three REPREI'
nuttvts.
In tue US.h District, composed of Olinton county,
twj
Representatives.
ID ItieSSlh Iiistilct, compofed of
one RepreM'nta'
one Representative.
In e 331 District, compossd of Jasper county,
one Representative.
In the 34IH District, composed of Polk county,
one Representative.
In the 35th
liMtrlct, composed
one Representative.
In the 86th
one REPRESENT«tlve.
In th «45th District,
of medical ethics,
whosanctlotK
the use of
st
rAI-
ediea cannot BJ consider*! a member of the A.
at Association. But there are exceptions
tothc
-st
In the 4Hth District, composed of Bnchsnan coun
ty one Representative
IN the the 4'.th District,
in
pia which can compare with this
wun-
Uerfi.I comc und fur derangement of the system.—
Thousands of families residing along the low grounds
of the Western and Southern rivers, art now con
vinced that they have found a medicine peculiarly
adapted
composed of
en, Bunronibe
croup, colls,
the side
lbebloo.1.
use
Black Dawk
county, one REPRESENTATIVE
In the fnih -trictcomposed of Hardin onnty,
one Representative.Di
tbe 51st District, composed of the counties of
Humboldt,
Wfhstsr, Pocarontaa
REPR '-sectdive.
I n the
Mepie-eotatlve
In
ibe
and Calhoun, one
62U DI.^trict, of Clayton county,
two Rep esent.itlve».com|Kaed
ln /:. 1 District, composed of Fayette cranty,
one
ith DlMtrlct, compoaed of e conutics of
Bremer .nd Olckasaw, one Representative.
a the 55th District, composed of the conntlee
Franklin, Wright,
sentative.
IN
h-
.'»0IH District,
the
compose-L cf Alamakee coun­
ty, oue Representa'lve
ID
67 I-i'tri
t.
COMPOSED ot Winneshiek
county, one hepre tentative.
I
n SSth District,
Bran4reth's
comp-sed of thecoentins ef
Cerro Gordo Worth, W.nnebago,
Kioyl
llnward, enc
ln
the60th
Rcpr«srntativecountiesST
District,
COMPELLED
MEMBERS
and
The rightly directed will
thi'M and be
rurcd.
Soli at Dr Brandreth's
Principal Office, No 294 Canal street, New Tork, and
by all respectabte dealers ln
of the counties
and Osceola,one
In
Dirklntiun,
In a part cause the pain and
REGRET entatlve
the 61st District, compovd of the
fac, Buena Vista,
KOSSUTH, Kmmett,Clay
aid Pslo Alto, one llepresentave.
And
of the
pleurisv,
which are all cured by from one to three doses of
THESE pills, »hose p*wer is only exerted to remove
Impurities from
Senate in tbe following Sena,
toria' Dis rlcts:
In the 3d district, composed of Davis coanty, one
Senator.
IU the 4th district, composed of Appanoose oounty,
one
S nator.
In the 5th distri-t, composed of tbe cjunties of
W.iyne
and Decatur,one fenator
I n the 6th district, cimposed of the counties of
Ringgold,T.iylcr, Adams,UNI JN and Clarke,one Sen
ator.
In the 7thdistrict, COMPUTED of the counties of
Pate, Premont, Mills and Montgomery, one Sena
tor.
In
the 10.H district, CMtuposedof Jefferson county,
one Senator.
In the 15 .H district,composed of Washington
tv,
one Senator
chills,tevr and ague,
and all intermittents. There can be no
Buncombe,
theSbres
laware and Buchanan
however long it BMV
the UL
safeeto
of bad dyes RTME
died TTA Hair Invigorated «ar Life by this splsadtd
°IFAEE, ARID or applied (In» prtvate REEAM) at FTO
Wig factory, MB Brondwey,Mew TEIFE.
SOM la all altus and towns* TTE United Btelas,
by BVABSMB end VAAAY 0OO4O Bealara.
U»fte»—BwBeethenaaasena aSfcegsapua
atael ptatosngrevtat an fear sMee
e# WEB
ln the 34th ills trict, oampi ssdof
Alamakee and
of Hon.
ben, at
WXLUAM A MMBBOFC,
MS Broadway, Mew TALK.
JafcttHrty
TA
Let.
UPW&Siitt
N E W Y O K
K O
AA
till
IV
of Coda and
FURLLFR tiri.rf/IR OLO«FIAAO 411
Una
TA-
It «a*
1
AA*tkaDAIYKioeral
of the
elect!• n, u his Prorlau. tlton, dealgaatiog ali
JI^TE
the state
HS8CHKR, OWER 4 CO.,
V«Mral Kevi|MP«r Aivcr'g Hauc
(APPI.BTOIT'FL BUILDING,)
c»un«
IN the 17th district, composed of Mabaaka coanty,
one Senator.
In
ih«
doubt, if we
lgth district, composed of Marlon county,
one
in
S-nator.
its
the
the science of medi­
I a the 31
st dli let,composed of Cedar coanty,oaa
Senator.
In the 821 district,
one aenstor.
In the 24th district,oomposed of
MS Broadway, Now York.
HO!
TOK UOI.U a 81LVIR! —Hnw LU make It
ea«y
and cheap. Bead
a S
gat fait
vnt
No.SS,
omp T*ed OF the ron&ties of
ULIOU, Adams, adair aud 0*WS one
Vepre«-ntative.
IU the ntii District, oompoaed of
the counties cf
AND Montgomery, one R« pre^ntat.RJ.
IN I HI 11 District, compose!of Louisa county,
CUE Representative.
Iu
composed of Mescaline coun­
ty, two RETIRVM'OTATLVES.
tbe 'JLTH District, composed of Washington
County, tW' Representatives.
In the 21st District, composed of Keokuk county,
two Rep TEN ntatives.
In the
2-1 District, composed OF Mabaaka county,
two Uepre-entativea
In H- °J8D District, composed
oi Marion
two Repr* SEC
tat Ives.
ciunty,
of Dallas coanty,
Distilct,
In
composed of the counties of
Guthrie, AuJubsn, Shelby and Harrison, one Rep
rerentative.
the i7tb District, composed of Jackson county,
two Representatives.
In tbe 3Sth District, compjeed of Jones county,
one UCINE.SEN'ATIVE.
ln THJ &9th District, composed cf Linn county,
two Representatives
I n the loth
DI trict, composed
e
^nnty,
one Representative.
I n h''42.1 Distri t, composed of Marshall county,
one Hepreheutativo.
In the 4.11 District, composed Of Story and Hamil
ton r.UMTI s, one Representative.
Iu the 44th District
rump-med
ataap. aod
part:cala' how to oMain
P»b
AddreaaS
8 th
bechoeen as
walth.
AKKINSON, CoemUt, No. T» Waat
St.. Mew Tork
CM v. wly
TIME AKKIH1MTKU
oaaaa ACTUALLY PR ZEN IM S mavrait
O E V S
RIW 4 MINUTE mECZKR!
PATENT AMUT) roa.
RFLBB auhecrtber
after caiefu
fail
To
of
HEPIEWNLAUVA.
Dee Mulaaa coao-
loth District, composed OT Beery eonaty,
TIE mti District, composed of JtfTereon county,
two LL pr
inat.T s.
Iu THE LJILI
DUtrict, composed of Wapello county.
t*U Reprett
ntatives.
TIN- I3TII OiKirlct, composed of
Olie
Monroe
Representative.
IN tin
county,
etudy
fa'-!»fy
the
aad varlaaa
ANPERINMIIT, ha» uticcexled lo constructing a
Pr*»-a»r WHIRL, FUR 'impurity, ('urabilttr. rapidity
an1 .JN*li,,F|A production,la uneIiallad anlcaa
BUT
TT. TONE a anlver-
f««ortv-.
lceredalonat
public
*. there WILT be west If
exitiiti^NI O'
this
freeier, at
No Plait
to prove IN ability to do all
BKARSORN BT.,CHICAGO.
OAMPBSIX A CO.'S
Great Wutern Kirst Premium
S O W O A I
Manufactory W Dearborn St.,"hiragit. UL
P. O. Boa 4MB
Steam
VI LTOBI GRAIN TCI.CVATORS,
NO'S 240, 24S and SSO NORTH WATBR 8TRBRT
CHICAOO.
Consignments solicited of Plonr, Grain, Pork,
Hides, Ac, AC, Ac:
Advance made on MM
icnmenta. aa -w4t
Singer's Sewing
FroBi
of Benton county,
one Representative.
LU the 41.'-t HI'trict, composed of Tama
THB
conipoHtd
of the counties of
Crawfori Monona, Carroll aud Greene,
oue Repre­
sentative.
ln tha »Gth District, composed of Dubuque comity,
four Representatives.
In THE 47th District, omposed of Delaware coun
ty,
"LIE Representative.
BANC A TIN
etatl WarelioueMN
45 Wabaah Avenue, Cbloaco.
'I'HB snsubscriber has now
in stock—
A «ooo
Boxes
I
at
Mutier acd li.uody, I.ne Repre­
10 t.v
is
Tin Plafe,
8MKi ROOFING Tin,
SIHKI I 1(1 by 14
Tin Plata,
5 0 0
K 2 v 2
800 1 'J
Ly
43
800 I 14
by
20
«00 1 *4 HY 20
«OO 1 XX
11 by
20
1110 I XXX 14 1.Y 20
50 1 XX 14 by 20"
80O I 10
by
24
Coke,
1600 I 14
and nan-
cock,one Representative
In the 39TH District, composed of the
t( hull and
ET
Woodbury, Ma, Plyiucu'h Cherokee.Sioux,
O Brl-
by
15000
In
2« BooSag,
60
DO,
100 X.
120 XX,
60 XX 10 br 14,
2000 Bundles No 23
Sheet Iron,
100 I
eaunties o
quality
HARDWARBOM
hlsllae.
of Jobeson coanty,
Jaekaon county,
ONE grna or.
IN the 2tbdlslriet, composed of Lino couaty, one
Senator.
In TH? 27th district,compoaed of Dubaque county,
ONE fenator.
IN the 28th district, ecmposed
of Clayton county,
one
Senator.
IN the Mth district, composed of Warren county,
one Senator.
In the XIIH district, composed of the counties of
Madison, Dallas and Adair, one Senator.
In the AID district, composed of lite onntlaa OF
Monona, Crawford,Oarro.L, Green?,Woodbury, See,
Ida,Calhoun, WI"b.t»r,
lloinboldt, HM «boatas, BNT-
na Vista, Ohtrokee, Plymouth,BIOUI, O'Brien, Olay,
Palo A.
to Koesuih, Bmmett,
NOE Senator.
a
In the 33D district,
hair is thin
aed, that it creates a fre»h growth—that tt fully
restores the vegetative power of the roots on the
denuded places, and causes
to shoot forth
anew—that It desolves and removes dandruff, pre
vents grayness, restores the hair to its original color
when graynera has actually supervened,gives a RLFLH
Imtre, Imparts the softness and flexibility of silk to
be hair, aad keeps It always luxariant, healthy aad
la fell vigor.—A. F. Tribune.
compoeel
lowe and .wchiek,
of the oouotles of
cn*Senator
In the 3ith district, compoaed of the oo nut lea of
Ja»per an4 Marshall, one Senator.
In tbe 36th district,
composed of
tba counties ef
Benton andTama, one Senatwr.
In the Wth district, oomposed of tba
counties
of
Orundy, Black Mawk,Butler and Pranklin. one Sen
alor.
In tbe 87th di-lr'.ct, composed of
coenlies
of
eneS-natortbe
Ih
Payette and BroaMr, one Senator
In the SSth district,
Cunallss of
composed of the
Winneshstk. ene Senator.
IA tbe 40th district, rempo ed of tbe sonatlea ef
Howard, Cblckaaaw, MitclM l, Pioyd, Cerro Oordo,
Worth, Haneotk, Wlnaebag) and Wright, one Sen
ator.
In tbe 4tit d'striet, ccmposed of the oennties of
atory, Boooe, Baryta and Hamilton,nne Senator
AM in tbelStb district,composed of Ecott county,
one Senator, to All tbe a-anev ceaasloaed by the
reeHraetloo
Nlebolea Bnech.
Whereof all ciMaens aad oMoers emeemad, par
ticularly IK*
Bheriff'*
of tbe
aevral coanttes,win
take notice aad be govern*!accordingly.
In t«etinwny whereof I have hereunto ay head
KM* and
aleed tbe Orenl Seal of tbe Stale of
(.
I Iowa. Doee at Des Mo'nea,this Sd dey of
August, ISSS, of tbe
In4apendaaeeof
the
—V_ Fnlted States tbe84tb, and of tkle Btele the
12th.
By the Governor, RALPH P. LOWB
LUIAR HELLS, Secretary of STATS.
NOTE-—Tbe Sfih 8*etloo of Cbapter US, lewa ef
1818, provide ea follows: "It shell be tba daty ef
tbe Sberitto give at least tea days netlee Ibaseaf, fey
ceasing a copy of snch prodsmatloa to be pnbllsbad
Insaase newspeper pabOshed in tbe eonoty, If eny
be published therein, aad
If not,
of tbe
plaom In
by posting
new
predaaetlon In not las than
abUe
Sve ef the aMS
the coeaty
Blaaki! BlaakiM
Wawantee Paeda,
»i#
Russia assorted Nos
600 PIKS Baoea
Tin,
160 ('asks
Zlne, a**orted Nos,
Together with a full assortment of Sheathing snd
Brasters' Copper.
R.vet.
Pars, Stamped Ware, and
Tinners' Tools and Macbln*-, all of which
at
tbe
loweat market price
Bundle* Wire Fencing.
We are prepared to make contracta with dealers
for first quality annealed Pence Wire, Nos 8 and 9,
quant!tlee of not leas than one ton, deliverable at
our Warehouse at any time previous to the first day
of June next—Ave per cent carh
TO be paid when tbe
enntf ART IH made, balance on delivery. Purchasers
are Icvltsd
to
correspond with us.
JENTT THOMAS S. DIOKRRSOM.
COMMISSION.—The subscri­
ber has removed his entire stock of HARDWABB
to his new store tn Nlcbol's Block, corner of Beeood
and Brady streets, sign of the BaoAv AEE. whsre
he will keep on hand a general aaaortaeat of goods
In
OARPEN7MR8, BUILM. Jt8,
BLACKSMirm MACHINISTS,
T1NNNKHS AND FARMERS
will hero And e large aad wall aaeartod stoek af
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
wbleh win be Bold by tbe undersigned st tea to
twanty-Svs percent laae then ever before oBkrsd In
Ooentry dealsrs can bey at tMe Blare at ea lew
rates aa at SI. Lonls or Ohieags. OeUend mini
betore narafeeelBB ilmlefe.
Vounf
Dickinson, Osceola and
SALOON.
E K
MJQUOMU ,dJn 8MBtt*gR8.
^yARM aad OaM Tlstnala at a boars of the
Cave
Oyafars, Me,,
joaara unrawovrrai
flsf. Pren* and Brady ale.
At
•ay-IMSwi
counties of
STATIONARY ENOIIVE
A GOOD, substantial Improved horse power Ba
Aataa and Boiler, neerly new end In Koodorderfjr
rale at a groat BacrlSee,
for caah or
It wm answer far any
apptoved paper.
business requiring
the ebeve
Por pertiealers apply by letter or otherwlee to
D.M. RICHARDSON,
Stete Demoerat Oflaa.
IHwnsil Mov tl. ISMS dowtr
Clemr the Truck.
TWsM Indepdeni Mae on iBe rente agel^
THB
rani or nEir
BOWR.
nmiiiiin PNIIRITFI N"TRR""I~I RIFLII
ear Merkal Reeae at He. n
ft Bredy strset, aad InUnd to spare no peRa to
BaMaOthetaay favor as with aeaa, both la prtm
M,NI Bat helt Grata Waalait
T0Berer*
endarslgaad, havtag the uee of the new.
Jail
tak aad gp^inus wareboase aeat to their
atore, rae«y new to bey all kinds ef grain aad
prelaoe. Sir which they will per tbe hlgbist market
prise.
We wenld alao inferm thaae fanners that waaM
BCO«w to ahlp their grain en their owe eeeeent^ that
wi we osnaaea# wl'h
Urn
GROCERIES.
W O i i A I
®»O0»R«,
St.
la EL
aimed for It
atses from 3 to AT quart*.that
GJ»*KAI roa
A oacmaa.
TORRRT, Manufacturer,
Vo S
Piatt ktreat.Maw Tork.
AHA Maautartniare' Wholesale Agent fertile aet
ebrated1' Old Domlatan" Coflba AN?Toe Pete, and
Arthur's" PAT««t
BaM-aaallag OEOA end Jarr
CHICAGO.
FROM
C. H. SCRIVEN'S
GENERAL ADVEKTISINO AGENCY,
RORTM-WBST OOR. BBADT AND Pirr* NA.#
ASVMRORT, IOWA
March I. IMP.
O £JL E 9.
A N O N K I A K
AND
WEUAMORTEOATOOK
or
e s e i a
JM»T JtrrHredl
And for aele at the lowest pomlble Agar*, NT
fMa Stock eonalfts of
V e i N U I A
or ALL amps,
BBL4JMBRa RBPINED SCO ABllorgB MOLASBRa
O O E N Y N I S
W. I. MO LA SUMS,
MABAOAIBO, LAOV TBA ANNOL. JAVA!|
o I'l eei,
Spiet*
of every description
FBIWTED
KUMTM&TOWf
ABASH AV
CAGOI
Cedar
Ive.
county,
In the8uili District, compostd of Johnson county,
two
Representatives.
In THE 31st District, composed of Iowa county, one
Reir«»'--nt»tive
In THE »21
DHtrict,
composed of Powesheik county,
WtTH
Maeiines.
PRIOR BBDDCBD
9195 to |FTO
and
AWLAT
JWMiwrai
fVulla,
O E S
filled for
Bags aai
Sacks
All of which will he close-1
New nnd A ppropria
ate Hrends.
Betall Bt remarkaely
SIM BON FARWKLL
JaneSS-dAwSm
T"\ OUT A MITCHBLL,
GMNKHAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Proprietors of the
|79
I N O E O S
New Improved Fnnsily Bewlng Mncblne
unparallelled popularity that ner Machines
have attained throughout tbe whole of the Eas
tern States and
Kurope, makes us desirous of ren
derlng them
eijuslly
of Boone county,
With
Olrcnlsrs
popular throughout the Wee
thin
view, we place tt em within tbe reach
all by the above great reduction in price.
WESTBBB OrncE, 140 LABE STBEET, CBICAOO
A. W. HARRIS Agent
containing every Information sent grstls
1859. HPRINU TIIADK.
1850
HeMiu,
Herring
•M^I
y
om
AI«e,
Stmrcht
CHKRSB SALT, Ac.,
OUT at at Wholesale
e-
low Itgnres.
public «|U
cail
I aak that
fore purchasing elee where.
WUPPBRMANV A HALL,
th*
and examine my goods and price* BO-
•PADV 8TKFET NTOKB,
MchS Corner Brady and Mb ale.
alll fmoodn MPeHrereU IVRC.'
WI PPCRII A^
A,
IIA LI..
BRADY RTIBT GROCRRV BTWHR.
Aa*d
GBNKRAL ASSORTMRNT OP (1ROOBBIRP
Provisions at Wholssale and RetaU.
Meh Buffarn at Hedncwd Prtcan.
MOLASSES AND SYIU I'S,
Teas of all kinds Coffees, PINE Old Jav* and «A
Rio, etc. goad Butter prime Cheese
Pr»-h
Syrup of all kinds White Pepper, etc TatilC*
Pearled Mago. Macearonl, Vermicelli,
Paarln!Barleyi
Split Peas, etc. new Raisins, Pigs, Dates, PruMa,
Grapes, etc,
Canada WMemp and flax Seed*,
A complete assortment of
PRBSBRVKD PRUIM^
Jellies, Jama, Pickles, Catnaps. F*E Ik PERTH'S
Worcesterstitre
Sauce, Prencb and
RngHah
Mostar
Bpanlah Olives, Capers, Ilerhs, etc.
CHOICR WINER, I.lyfoRS AND OIQAai)
ETWV W O O ||0
O n W A N O O
o o o z i a z a a i
AID IT
O W I E S
00 TO
Tyaer'S firecery
AAD
Variety Starr
COO. BOOK ISLAM) AND aaOONPWra,
Where you will fled
A GOOD A8UOBTMC1IT
or
AJ1 lg1n 1ai of
Is offered
for Gash.
We are determlaed to
Beetfl
Oooda.J
close
oat oar STORK
of
AM Shees,
Hats
AND FA^S,
AND
•IWRde
and
will
Clolklng,
give great bargains
Davenport,
to
tbceelB went ef BOA
goods If Ihev will call soon.
April
7, 13S0.
R. A R. H. TTNBB.
Oarnar Bock Island aad Second streets.
aprS
BANKING.
IHacklot
St Corbia,
Ranhnra Midi Dealers la lirbaaia
*0 X, WBBT SBOOMD STRIBT,
Dnvenport, town.
BXCNANOC, IBLLIBO
ON
J.O. waaannsa
America
MEWVCRK, I){
ON CHICAGO, UET U
OnStLoSe, JG
GELD, Y
AFRRW«.
H4S
Var,«»S«eH
Par.
FERETFN DEMFTE A any WM dsafc-wf.
TILLMAN, P0WBB8 NcLKi!VV|
tMJTKEH
AWD DBALBXa IN HZOHANOB.
NtckolU?Block, comer Brady and«Src nie efw
DAVRMPORT, IOWA.
on all the principal dtles of the Oai. I
tod Stetos, Greet Britain, Ireland,
aentlnel Baropa hoeght
and
coot -1
aad
arid
Wotes end drafts r-,ilec'ed, and praeeeda remitte
to aey pert of tho Uaited stairs,
at lowest
rpBB uaderslgMd is agent far the—
rate, ot
Bxehargs.
Oellaetlonsof notes, drafts,accounts, legacies aa41
taberttnncee made
tn
all parte of tbe Dalted Buw.
Oenedas aad Barope.
bought aad sold
tin rn
males
am
Bad dividends collected
Land Warranto bought, seM and located.
•sahnaan ea'sUH*e la tha laltod Btatoe.
Oarpentor a Vermllge, Mew Tork ettv
Albany City Bank, Alhaey, Mew Tork:
BoMoOlty Beak, BaMo. Mew Tork
Itonk of Commerce, Beaton, Maseeebnsett*
LLLST!!*!! !^L.^ ***^LE, Penusylvaals
Szil: i Z—yg!™9
n*mk
^tl,-orr. ra
MeKlai A 0 Batthnore, Md
gllaovoa Bretherten. Clneinratli.Ohiot
Saytogs AsseclsHoB, B' Louts, Me:
2*"*ao»*aka, Mew Oeleaas, Ui
WhMe are's Ohiceeo, M.
FAST FREIGHT LI^'E,|
OWMBD BT THM
Be
8. HXrBW COaPARf.
6BRAT WnSTBSRN aiBPATCM I
rauiBRT LIITB,
UF liVi
JUOalri
vert beat nnaMa
hoeeeBMortbandSenUi,endtbatwearewBMnat»Br
1
whlca ta owned and asMrlby the C. txPr«ee
.eyfr hseaabf hm Boat on and
Mew TofB.fey Ihto roeto, as cheep aa b* ear other
line, end leeaneh leastbao/welavMtho jtin
tlaa af Bsnahante nne sMpnsn. I
reRperttoalaiatohohaiatibo tons, oa^ I
ANniSAUMAM,A«sst.
TewvtiRf a owiiiaisB,
cm.]
Valval

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