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DAILY DEMOCRAT
&
NEWS.
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itt^ttn fr'itu k[,prvt il
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a«'« i«r i-' tit. uii Oi'scout rart prlr'
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Wp»t Kilt. l»»ri ahovi- .i:. k' pt uo in
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'i lit/in ml tii'ill jiitrlti of the^CU
V at Chargt »u|tO
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sei :r
S I K O O N
Ohh k—No t-,
U»v': ff, tnw»
fir !*l can b«-p nsulKd It lil» o« e (t all ours
the Jay nufht, uuh'-iiiri fcstdinlljruigagxJ.
raer Main and Tlilr't straetc,
JOS
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......lilt A i»Y NTHI I T...
'NTS ii' Dniiant^a SpartlBS
l!l I'lt'i I'awtlrr, Safely I nae
a w
1i:tv I'KW^VI.VANIA IIUI
('ur. of lilt uml l«wa il Oavenparl, law*.
If
A"atnrf
K
OAVIH A SONS, ProprietorH.
I'^iTKR
Omni1!!! In ami fr• *i:i Uc C»'» f»r
H'hv i f'.r L'' ('lalrr, I'riuce'on, Lyon*,
U Wilt, kit n an I Anaitiota.
P»r»- U i" 1 I .r -I iy. anK2!-ly
I ,,-r .1
JOHN
V.
IX
HILLS,
TTOKKKV AND COt'NABI.OR AT I.AW,
an«l N itarv PnliHc.
Oi rk m— l»a*eii|firfs Blork, DavenpOft Iowa.
i«.
HAS. 1 B. LtAKC.
l"f rNA "i.
ITTWM A- I.KAKE,
ATTOUNETSa.
*NI
«'OI'N?KI.OIta ATI.AW, and
N(tarl«n PuMii- O'llre, NJ. Main htrnt,
flav*u|«rt, low Mayniltf
J. J. U'ALIiKV,
IjANDisivi"
Af.KVT AKI R^AI. B9TATK liROCKR,
will si»-cl*l ail' ntiuii n nti:i-' Ii' 'U's ainl
AUn. I ny, aell, e\rl anL"-. lf»H
uei.itirtte l..ai.«, xam
ltank. No' 11
ma.Tlt)6m
Ct|i»i Mni.' rent.i
an I |ia- nxi
ifl. Ml :i I I it' H,
1
fjrrnT.—*1 ItUki'mnre A Lawes
Bra lv tre*t, l»Trii|K)rt, luwa
HT V II. AMfcRMm,
ATWRNKVI'll'
*M) lOi'N-iKl.lA'll AT I.AW and
N- tarr ••«i-a '-mle on improve-)
property. Metropolttaa bl- k,i iatre«t. iiavenport,
Iowa.
VOLUME
hboV
Mt (f
•t
|»t» 'njiiarr will lie mute. __________
Larger «,pac» charged at the select #7
i *11
HI,.
r.rritt
S i
lor each
^I'TII K TO A OV K HTISKKfc.
'.arftr cut* ch»rj^-i d.abi- Ui« tui' lir:ntaiOU «f
tfpe.
lii.|.l»yi-.| »ilv«rUMar.cnt« on^bulf more tn»n
•I I..'
V.'arly vrli«iri(r ir»n!r.i wtll te un-lrrsUwl to
,y Kiri'-'.l* »t!t«* ituiD''f til**
lip r. an I itl ttn'f .Tl»'-rtii' ni»-rit« nt ii. tiy tlie »i|«
*-rl wi.l ti-
Ailvijrt nr:ni*iit^ n«rl Hcrompanieil Willi iiiBtru''li"UB
Wi.l tit itin-rti-1 UMtil f«rl:i I.Hii'i nluir(f»l mx:i»rd.riKljr.
S.ttlri-j f.ii- rcllifUio* «nl »*•!.• vnW'Pt |iur|onv* in
on'
tinif
frt-e of c»»t, th«r«Hfter clinrgril
WM. HALL
A. I. OiWiiUOM.
rn« nnox A. n\I.L.
ATTO*N«\fl Av" OOT NSIM I ORB AT
he..
LAW
ANI NOTAKI) IM'm.IO.
OfflT—Vortti-W'ot cornei of lrudy ami Ikcond
atrre'n. un-Kiatr i—en'ralice on Braily stre't.
Iff ...
i,«H
a
NOllow.)
iiti.i.oun,
f. Wfir 8KOON HTRHKT, (t.I Ot.AlRB
Pir.T.p.rt, f.-wa, wti linal- retail
d"alerR iri lr r.K M. to' Oh' ir if a! •, P:ii'.t«, Ollf.
Window 0 a«". Fam-y Artlilen, Pi-rfumerjr, H'm-ral
Teeth, O..M F"li,
A.-
Hr.tflv street.
Or I.
rt
M'

j. r. i'aicki:r,
n.
Y S I I A N A N S V K O N
OKPICK/—«Ith
¥esnr». Ri'fter A Bowers, Ko. 58,
left vriththem will weetT* prompt atten-
MO-I.
JAMHS T. LANK. JOHfPn J. LANK
Attamrra Md ('•unaallura at Law,
omc—No!!
cornn of J-l
rmmt nntm. oro vasho»«I»,
I and ft, ('oii.tnfrclal lllort, aonth-east
i:rl Hradv tin ts.
Pl.lMRR AN llonr.K,
TTORWKVS and CnunMi'llora al Law, «r Nrta-
AV
fin- In?. (!»., Ilartf.-r:!. tin.. Capital
OHjrK»treJii.»\...N«» Hf.vci,
|.MX!,040,
aepT
Ollkv I/- rial
re Block, Davrnport.
«'oiiiii\ A- now«
ATTORNKTa
ANI SsKLl
0R8 AT LAW
AV|l
NOTARIK: rrmJ!
0»ce— At Marklot k Corbln's fc*^hanRe cfllcc,
n^vennort, Iowa. oolfttf
A. II. r.KNNKn. «. I'. WIIITOOMIl.
IIF.^SKtT A M'HITCOMH
ATTOUSKVa
ANI
COI'NHKI.I OllH AT LAW,
N. 'ar(i- PiiMIc and Coiiiii.i-r.iuTnTs i O -d-.
Will Jiraitl- In t!i- Co-irt^ of S.Mtt.Clttit.in. Ja.'ks..n
and ltU."- "oun'i*s and In Km U l«land umLty,
lit., and th'1 C- S- HistMot Onurt ..f Iowa.
Orm E—X. W. Corner Main and Swond sttaeta.
Janll
^1. IS VWFORII,
A TTORN^V AVD ClHTNSKI.OR AT LAW, AND
ui.'
Block, ii i-t ilr*. J«20
f% Ni.ury I'til.'
Orric* —Ni'k.'i
J. o. I'ATTIW
ATTOHN'KY
AT LAW. Offlrc—np atalra. In the
j.nl'dtrjformerly occupied ty.J. W. Wiley,
fmt Nrc doI street.
i it intrc»t"d to hla care wtH ba panctnal v
Btun ta
Davenp .T r. Jannar* IBM.
JOII* KIMK,
REAL ESTATE A EXCHANGE BROKER,
NOTKRT Prntic A roM«»9io«ra or l«*os,
i,K CLAIRE ROW—U Claire Hall Entrance,
Malt »a*eaporl, »•••.
w. UM I I U
ATTORNEY AT LAW, XoTAMY PDBUC
Aitn
OOMMI8SIONEB.
Ornca— No S Tlavenport'i B'oc*. Fntranre on
llain mrct JulvU dAwly
yirVMl'S A ('DATES,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
fORWARTHNO COMMISSJOS MKR0SAKT3,
No 1 f'KT STaiiF.T,COIlN«BOF BRADY,
Davenport, Iowa.
'K are c^nstantl* In rcflpt of Freah Grocer
s, which v-c ff-r et Wh.dcaale. for caih. at
the !on .t i rlc« p. and tt whteli w lnrlte »h» atten
%'nin "f it al r-In city ar country. may?-6a
w
I'ompHHton Is tbn Spice #f Trade.
OCNPi.tlW to the tl-»s, t.-io SCOTT irst
1 .j r»-.iu- j»tke of irai:lcnt to ji e .1 iilar
ihr-e
rtiif, acl p»-ri'iin-iH tc.arders fcre now taken at
iloilari- per wt-' k and npwards. Ii Is onr de
tinrdratloo tbat this
th^
Shall be the l»*l dollar bouaa in
i i nrvmin,
R1RTIS IIOI Si:,
CORNER Or 1' \V A A FltTil STREETS
DAVKNPORT, IOWA.
mch22dtf
Twithoutoccafloolusany
IHTH mxtraothd bt A naw^proobab
dolay or pain whatarer
II Mil S CSiESKRROVGII,
Dcutul Snmcou.
CFFIOB—tn *»rwln's Block, 81 Parry, batwaaa Id
Und 4th atraets.
Having oon^l-1e^: arranaerecn^, h» la Bow pr-
tiarMt I" axiraot te*tti ty a.tinliurfr a aUfht anrrent
%t
electricity around the at the ttna ol aitrac*
4tir, tl«rr.ny alia ri
ok ail patu att»ndaal apoa
tracUiw by the ordinary metbud.
Tfcapaueet ba« a fall kuowi«d«« of wbe* Is paae
M. Md IWra ar* aot tboae ad
acta whtofe an eflw
JtMtMd afvar ka««M tm«k eHreMfi y «M BM
jjunr
Y
DEMOCRAT & NEWS.
Ut«*up«rl, October II* IKott.
I I
He
*v- a»» I |h %uthorjz' t)
I)r nln ii «:r.»'l. UrilrtKn
ijvtru** a.tuti fur t!it-
V91ITNMIf TUmiif,
F'.r wiiaLip TraaUt-t.
A K 8 HATTIIISOl,
VAIJKH KII. I. V.
U ii N 8 0 II 1 fc.
K Clerk,
PXAIOII H. MIKI»H»*D.
Fur Ah«f »8or,
O N U 8 O
For ©innUM-Mi,
W O V I N I K E
i O O N O V A
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
ttig n.»l!»lii ilia Davenport
Tlm»*of o|i»-Dtn({ an'l ol
Post Oni'-e:
KASTaita MA
I
Kii.rl, ur
I V
ami 5 80 II
.irrive^ at:4A
A
ii.»'-» at n Hi
A
a-'. Kj i'm.
NUHTIII.hs mi. via Dubuqm-und NorUi«ra Iowa.
uriii-.at Mi a (:.*e-at 9:ltii M.
SoCTiiaK.s n.. from LOUIH ano fmithern Mil-
at Bi '•B' at S» 16 A a.
aI»-»Hijij-iimpkn
u
W«ht».«n
I«IWA MAIL,
arrive* at
tout i f»-ea at 'J:3n i- .11.
lLl.ial8 W n MA I aruve- 45 A ami .r:"0
rlnaes ai 9
A
and I*
Hivkh Mah. K .i hi, ii."indniK rivertrwi" afcoveflt.
L-.iiik, tli Mi.s-.ni. i Itivi-r, N-lrx-ka and Kain-aa,
via linn,I',i! A Ju-i-ph H. airivi-r. at 10 A
4
M.
Rivlr Maii Hi elO'iiug riv-.-r tnwr.s fr in I Claire
to I jri.ii .irrlv-a at 9 A If r!o at 4.:t0 a X.
Niiiithfun AIL, t)- lin i, ap tli" rivr, arrlvi s at
I' at S:iinUi. W" •iii«-«Iav^ at, Fridays: i-lo^aat
9pm ii M'.iidavn. We liM-rdajr.- and FridaVh.
Ri.ra MAII.. Brr at
\2
m, at 1-
To-Klay-i, T)iuraUiH and 8a' nran s.
Amitv A I I
.. amy. s and 1l-cm at lil Tuesday*
H-i'I ,lay
an.miis\ M.ml« arrtvi-s and clo«e» an 12 M, on
TliTirnHv*.
Tin* ib*'- will bcoppn on Sanday durlni? the Sum
mi from 9 to in
A
LOCAL ITEMS.
The l'liilhitrmonic Society will
meet for rchera il thin evening at 7 o'clock.
Dki nk—A number of Indians
prominaued Brn«ly Street OB S itiliath
nfternoon in a licustlv atute of intoxicalion,
firenentiiig a very disgusting appoarauce.
fJT Look out for all kituls of lien
in th« ia7stt* this morning. That eheet ii
notiiriotij for its falsehood* on the morning
of nu election.
^^*Thc Hop of the SarsfieUl (iuarda
at Le I'laire Hull liift evening was a very
line ulTtir. Titis is the first of a series, »ud
the (iuariis have nn oii cause fr congratu
lation on its complete.tiuccess.
VOTE FOR DODi.K AND BABBIT
ELEfTiox T' KILE Sot'r Llnch.—
Joe l^on^enetti will serve up a splendid
lunch this evi-tiing, at ten o'clock,at hi* Sa«
loon corner of Front and Brady streets.—
Turtle Soup, Chickens and other luxuries
win comprise the bill ol tare.
We would chII the attention
of our citizens to the card of JOHN Johss,
Jr., Ejq., in an another column- Mr. Johns
has again rr^umed the prnctice of his pro
fession, tlmt of attorney at law, and we
tru hid friends will not forget his place of
bnsineae, comer of Brady and Second sto.
VOTE FOlTLEONARD!
BW I
jongJolm Thompson thinks
hf is running for Senator, but before to^inor
row's sun shines on his head, lie will have
entirely recovered from that delusion, and if
questioned upon the subject, will ntterly
deny ever having been a eaudidate. Kdwin
Smith is the next Senatr from Scott,
NtKW Es(»LAN(i Maimzini. We
have received the three numbers of this
new Monthly Magazine, which is devoted
to the commercial interest of New England
and promises to be a useful organ in the
cause. Full of commercial legal and bank
ing intelligence, it must prove A valuable
medium to businessmen.
Vote the entire Democratic Ticket!
Tiiokinoton'L DKITTIES.—In ease
Jim Thorington is elected, the following
individuals will act as his deputies
John Thorington will act as office deputy
or clerk L. J. Center and the late consta
ble Thomas acts as outside depnties, and
Jim, the Ghost, stalks around ag
usual
Popular fellows, all of theu—in a horn.
How will our citizens relish such a change
Not very much, we reckon.
We must opologize this morning
for the sf at.a of our local columns
Many things were combined to put tts back
and annoy our compositors. The confusion
incident to movine, the large number of
advertisments which came in, and the fact
of being one hand short must excuse us.
We were not able to set up all the ndver
tisements which our patrons favored us
with. They shall appear as soon as we can
reach them. We inteud to print the iikst
paper in the State, and so soon as things
beco re settled in our office we will make
our intention good.
Vote early and then induce your
neighbor to vote
TIPTON'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE.—
Young men should not be so unmindful of
their own interests as to disregard the most
favorable opportunities of securing to them
selves a business education. If we number
among our acquaintance, any Institution
which we feel safe in commend ing in
preference to any oth»r, that Institution is
TIPTON'S MKRC\NTILB COI.LKHE In the effi
ciency and true merit of this School,w have
the almost confidence and of the ahility
and laudable, praiseworthy enterprise of
Mb. TIPTON, its Principal, his thorough
knowledge of his app intment, and hia
business qualification?, every one, who has
the pleasure of his acquaintance, is fully
satisfied, and his recommendations from
other eitiee, amply testify. This Institution
was estnbliihtd in this city about two years
ago, and is undoubtedly the most ex'ensire
Commercial College in the Weel. We agxin
remind our friends, to remember
TUTOR'S
Miuu.-AN-TiLKCou.Eoe! The College rooms
are open day and evening, aud those who
cannot avail themselves of the day sessions,
ean eomplete the coucm of ttndjp •Uwd
ing nighta only.
I \VI,. .n I'.i —The Uock 1-iUli'l .1 r
gux of yetserday, say*
The hoti-e of Mr. C. L, Basiy mb, of this
eity, in the fir-t war-l, wee entered by tome
person on Friday morning about o clock,
ami r'll'be'i ol a watcii, ailver »|oona and
various other articles.
The burglars are supjoaed to have come
from ('atndert, where a nest of them have
tw-en congregating for some time psat. In
fitct the place has been noted for yetrs as a
retreat for such characters.
Vote for Judge Weston th« friend
the poor
TAKEN SICK IN CHURCH.—OB
bath morning last during the sermon of Mr.
Van Derveen in the Dutch Reformed
Church on Gaines Street, A lady wae at
tack ted with a fainting fit Bnd feeling it
coming on aro$e from the pew and started
for the door, bat did not reach it ere ate
fell to the floor. She was assisted by some
of the members and aa soon as possible
removed outside when the fresh air revived
her sufficient t. allow of her being taken
home. The occurence, however, did not
interrupt the preacher, everything being
conducted so quietly.
£iT Cash paid for County orders
by Thomas Orr, No. 6, east Second street.
tf.
RE A I N THE Newspaper I N A iiik
ry. We picked up the Chicago Journal
yesterday morning and glancing over the
local column read as follows:
A narrow escape from a servant girl in
the last monthly meeting of Chicago horses
at Rose llill Cemetery have sailed clothing
direct from Scotland with a delightful pub
lic and a man killed by our advertiseing
columns and the desertion of the sewing
machine of the blazing star which shed the
best of liquors and bogus furs for business
men visiting the police station or Cincin
atti papers of the other aide of Jordan on
tick. litre we came to the bottom of the
column and subsided.
Beware of Split and Bogus Tickets
I'kemicm
Powder.—Messrs.
becke, John Hemple.
id Ward.—Fred
John O'Brian.
Uh
nk^muiii,,1 j»jipiyp!wiwi*mwW^»«PW*ll»nP*B^wwi#Wm«PBHtyui|^W«W| njimiuwimw "k^|
Latins,
Smith «k lioies, the well known manufactur
ers of irun-jiowder, bore off Ihe palm at the
l". S. Fair, haying taken both premiums for
the best |»owiler for rifles and shot guns,
and have consequently been awarded di
plomas therefor from the U. S. Agricultural
Society. It gives us pleasure to call the at
tention of thoso using Ihe article to their
advertisement, as every true sportsman is
interested iu having good powder, and in
ki.jwing where to get it.—Chicago
Journal.
Messrs. Evans, Chew Co. are agents for
this premium powder, for Davenport. See
their advertisement in another column.
4»~cr Aw
ie Club last evening the following gentle
men from the various wards were appointed
aa vigilence committees,to be present At the
polls to-day:
l.s*
Ward.—I).
W. McGrath. Adam Wei-
gand, i'eter Li His.
2i
Ward—Wm.
Sraallfield.Chas Beider*
Ockdroff, John Maham,
ir.irc/—Capt. Ilaapt, Thos P. B**»
sell, Hopkins Barnes.
&//# Ward.—James
guire, G. Lane.
6th
O'Brian. Patrick Ma-
«r£—John llolst, I. H. SnR. F.
Couley.
Vote for Edwin Smith—one vote
may eloct him and his vote may elect
a United States Senator
•iF. CI.AIHE ITEM.
Rktortkh by
Mastkr
Ci.intpn
Parkhukbt.
A Row.—While the steamer
Fred Lorenz
lay wind-bound at this point, on Saturday,
quite a row occurred between the steward
and one tf the hands. Persons present tri
ed to restrain the steward, but he broke
loose, and catching up a hatchet that lay
near by, lie threw it with murderous force
at the Hying deck hand. Fortunately he
missed the man, barely grazing his hair,and
went crashing through a pair of stairs. Per»
sons present declare that the deck hand's
hair stood ont straight and stiff.
Found.—As a party of boys were gather*
ing nuts the other day, below town, one of
them saw a rag sticking out of a hole in a
hallow tree, aud on pulling it ont, found
twenty yards of plaid drett $ilk,
inside the
tree. It is a portion of a quantity stolen
some time ago. Suspicions are sbout aa to
where tha rest of it ie.
Mlaeleatppl M. K. Bridie Htiort.
FOB THE WEEK »NUINO SATUSDAY, OCT. 8tl.
Date.
1 Sta*e Of I
watt-r.
No.
Mo.
I Boats.
Raits.
Mercury
ab ive.
6AM1SM6pm
Oct. S....UR IOi-1 62 74
Ti
,2ft lO.n 59 5*0 Ti
.oft 10lt» Si 74 W
.2 liin 44 60 66
.-2ft 10 n 80 63 6H
7....2ft 1 'In 66 66 64
b....2t Uin 44 6H 20
Tne whole number foot paasengers Croatia® the
bruise Uarint the wetk Is 1 601.
..
8..
4..
6..
..
H. THoKlhOruN. Bridge Tender.
R1AHKIED,
On the 20'.h nit I
mi, at P-u*hke»psle. N. V. by the
Rev W. O ll ilmuo, 8 H. MlNAR.ot i avtnport,
Iowa, ti HATTI L., yoangeat daughter of the late
Icwia Baker of CoxaackM*, N. T.
mil ES.
aMortment jut leeetvet and for sale by
SMITH A RKKINOTMT,
House IFiralsfciag Ware Reras,
SO East Ssessl »imt
aiayY
00,000 Baskets trail Waited I
THJf
undersigned, having tbe nae of the new, jest
Hnishcd ana spectoaa warehouse next to their
(tore, are ready now to bay ail kinds of drain and
protuce, tor wbfch they will pa* tbe hightat market
priee.
We would a'no inform thiee faraera tbat woa'd
prefer to rhip tv ir grain on thetr awn account, that
wt* are connect- wi'h the very best comaii^slon
b•insca North an-i Ponth, and tbat we are willinu, for
a traili omamiaticn, to do bealaeaa for tbein in that
I liae.
Farmer* that are Indebted to ne either on Book or
I Nof. wo would hereby re«|«'st to eoese la aad eat
I tie without delay.
We will have on haad soon a large *tmk of new
faU anJ winter gaods, whldk we saieelatetosall very
cheap far caah.
ottuaiioi at
La (Sake, •aylertsr 1, MP*
MlMltMlf
'••it
BIO.
TELEGJiAAMilC
[R« f»o t«d IxpregMy the State Demtcra'.]
Accident on Beard Quaker CI y.
NoKruLK, Va. Oct. 'jii.-One hundred
passengers that left New York on board the
Quaker City, bout to Havana, have ar
rived here on the 7th inst. When fifty
miies eouih of Cape liatlerae, the engine
was broken, causing great excitement on
oard. Her boats were maiine.I, provision
and equipped, in readiness to abandon the
steamer if found to be necessary. On the
fir«L alarm it was supposed she waa leaking
badly, as ten inches of water were found in
her hold. The pu.npe were manned and it
was goon discovered there was no serious
leak. The flags were however displayed
as a signal of distress, which brought the
bark Dublin, Capt. Shalburn, of Beaton,
from link's Island, bound to New York, to
the relief oi the passengers. The paesen*
ger* were mainly transleired to the bark,
with a supply of provisions, and airited
safely iu Hampton Roads last night, under
the charge of J. J. Hargousand Dr. Famell,
Surgeon ol the ship. Twelve of the passen
ger. and all the officers of the steamer pre
ferred remaining on board. She was last
seen forty miles Bouth of Cape llatleras,
near the gulf stream. The wind was light,
but the sea very heavy. There was no loss
of life attetidin the accident, and no seri
ous damage to the steamer ts apprehended.
LATER FKM CALIFORNIA.
BY THK OVKM.AM* MAIL.
The Duel batwass Broderlek awl Terry-.
BHODEKIIK KIMiLU
8*. Louis, Oct. 8.—The Overland Califor
nia Mail, with dates—San Francisco to the
lflth ult.. which reached Jefferson City this
afternoon, furnishes the following inportiint
inteligence:
A duel between Senator Broderick and
Chiel Justice Terry took place near San
Francisco on the morning of the 13th ult.—
Senator Broderick fell at the first fire pierc
ed through the lungs. He lingered until
half p-ist nine o'clock on the morning of the
15th,when he died. The community is pro
foundly agitated by this melancholy event.
Judge Terry escaped unhurt
New IRLKANS, Oct. 'Jth.—The schooner
Star, with advices from San Francisco to the
20th ult.,
via
Business In San Francisco ruled dull, and
arrivals were numerous. Markets weaker,
but no decline noticable.
Advices from the city ef Mexico to the
23.1 ult. state that a conspiracy had been
discovered among the leading officers of
Miramon's army. Their oLjeefc was to over
throw Miramon, and reeoguixe the govern
inent of the Liberals.
The Liberals at Vera Cruz were making
active preparations to siege upon Jalapa
Cordova and the Capitol.
Gen. Corba's division was entirely routed
on the 12th by the Liberals at Oajoca. A
large number of prisoners had been cap
tured, but were afterward pardoned.
The British Minister otway leaves in the.
D.SlI A 1
Mr. Connor, Consul at Masatlan, is on
board the Star. He has secured concessions
of grent importance to our commerce on the
western coast.
The British ship of war Calipso had
smuggled $4,000,000 from a port near San
Bias.
The Star brings large mails and govern
ment dispatches.
Beporled Attack by Indiana Confirmed.
ST.
Loiis,
u-
the Isthmus of Teliuantepec,
arrived here to-dny.
The steamers John L. Stephens Orrizaba,
which le't San Francisco on the :20th for
Panama, took down #1,850,000 in specie.
Oct. 10th—The Santa Fe mail
of the 15th, reached Independence this
morning.
Messrs. Atora, Porter and Crenshaw ar
rived. They confirm the reported attack
on the mail party. The Indians took all
the mules, provisions and clothing, but did
not molest the maii, which was taken for
ward by the next out-going party. The in
coming party fonnd the dead bodies of four
men, supposed Pike's Peakers, two days
subsequent to the attack on the outward
bound mail. The detention of the in-coining
part)' was owing to their waiting for an
extra train behind them, having en ap
prised of the difficulties already ly a Mexi
can. The combined strength of the two
trains probably prevented another attack.
A company of cavalry has been ordered to
march immediately from Fort Reily to chas
tise the Indians.
At the election in Kevada Territory, on
the 2nd ult., the cons'itution framed in July
was adopted by joo majority, and the full
territorial ticeet elected—headed by Isaac
Raup for Governor.
Victoria dates to the 7th were received.
The
Colonist
--mweefj^ja.«y
s
fO MAIL. S
UBSC
KIBEKS, FIVE IXL,LABS PEK A^NUM—CITY SUBHCKIBEK8 lO CENTS PER WEEK.
4. DAVENPORT, IOWA. TUKSDA^ MORNING, OCTOBKR 11, 1859. NUMBER
Ifria llurned.
Gai ESTON, Oct. 7th.—The brig Saline
from New York on the,3rd, was burned 15
miles from 'ialveston. The passengers and
icrt-w took to Ihe boats, and nfter Leiug out
Jtwo days, landed at Matlagorda.
'Ihe yellow fever is fatal at Houston.—
There have been ten deaths per day.
—m
A a ether Frlae Fight ou Hand.
New ork, Oct. loth.—' rice, the victor
(in the recent prize fight, is to have a fight
with George King, of Koston, iu about three
^months. The etrng^:e is to take place in
.Canada, Heerian is the trainer of Price.
The Klectloi^^Florida.
AyotJSTa. Ga.,Oct. 10th.—Returns of tbe
Florida election have been received, but
they are incomplete. Judge Dupont ap-
yusticeship.certain
ears most of election to the Chief
The popular vote shows a decided oppo
site n to the annexation of west Florida to
Alabama.
A fsrgar Nenteaco*.
ST.
Loi
is, Oct. '.»tlr The I.*tab mail
brings intelligence of the trial and scnteuce
to two years in the penitentiary of McKeu
sie, the forger of government checks.
NEW Yobk.
below.
Oct. 'Jth.—The steamer City
of Manchester has arrived from Liverpool
via Queenstown.
Her dates from the latter port are to the
23rd ult., but have been anticipated by the
Canada at Boston.
O E I A
(aV TEI.EORAFH.]
New Yobk. Oct. 10. IMS.
FLOUR—Hesvy and ii'm sa|e« u noo bif at 4 f0
6&4 111) for super mate 4 Ifi'rci P»» i-itra ftiitu 4 .*0
(q,4 0.'i iuper western 4 i*U(S: ('U cjnimoii to medi
um extra weHtern 5 40ri$5 AO for inferior to good
shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio.
Kyi—Pcarc S4c.
Bahlet—Qui t.
Unas-—Firmer ard qolet 98c asked for mixed
western.
OATS—Firm
says the United States troops
on San Juan Island are throwing up fortifi
cations on the summit of the hill below the
Hudson Bay Company's station.
The Po. tland (Oregon) papers of the 10th
publish a reply by Hirney to Itouglas' let
ter of August 18th, in which he accepts
Douglas' explanation as an apology for his
past conduct, but evidently reposes no faith
in the Governor's professions, and declines
to withdraw the troops from Suan Juan un
til the pleasure of President Buchanan on
the subject is known.
Little business was doine in San Francis
oo. The market was sensibly weaker.
Arrival of the Over'aad .Hall,
ST.
Lolis,
Out. tfth.—1The Overland Mai]
arrived last night.
Some of the San Francisco papers evi
dence a disposition to make it appear that
Senator Broderick was the vict of con
spiracy bat the most prominent ones as
sert that the duel was conducted in strict
accordance with the code of the duel, and
Broderick s pistol went off before it was
raised in a line with his antagonist. Terry's
shot took effect two inches from the right
nipple, carrying away a part of the breast
bone. Broderick suffered intense agony
from the time he was shot till he died
When the mail left, two hours after his
death, all the flags in the city were at half
mast, and emblems of mourning were be
ginning to appear in all parts of the city
Judge Terry had been arrested. The pub
lics was much incensed. Broderick's funeral
was the most imposing ever witnessed in
San Francisco.
Tbe Flllltaetera In Caatedy.
New ORLEANS, Oct. 8th.—The filibusters
have arrived here in the custody of tbe U.
S. Marshal. Captains Maury, Fassaux and
Scott, and Col. Anderson, have been held to
bail in tbe sum of t3,060 to answer for their
appearance at Court.
The rest of the men who were left At tbe
barracks below the eity, have since de
camped. There being no guard, the fillu
busters made the soldiers jeave the steamer.
Whi'e coming op the river, they state that
they went on a fishing party.
Noiroui, Va., Oct. 10th.—The following
is a list of the passengers resaaining on
board the stenmship Quaker City, when left
by the bark Dumbarten John B. Polk,
Manual Berfo d, C. C. Monsoloe, Edward L.
Crabbe, John Chaterand, Madam F. Coli
bsrt, P. Joseph Diase, C. H. Torrance, wife
and child, Henry Joaes, L. Ross, C. Chater
and friend, Mrs. E. Crabbe and two ehil
dren, J. D. De Bauderey, F. R. Diax, M.
Galyle, lady and son, 8. De Zalda. Tiff I
amber la all twenty-three persona,
and qniet [email protected]
Pork —Steady 16 [email protected]
Bi:ar—lull.
BACO*—Quiet.
Cot MFATS—Dnll
L*ai—Klrrn, sales 100 bli at 11(^11 Ha.
Bi-TTEB—Firm at 13^r«l6Ohioi [email protected]
CIIESSE—Firm at 6H(9Sli.
Abheh—Unchaugn i.
WmaxT—Dnll Km.
W Ms Ji JT .V F. L, St
ALL WOOL,
O O N A i V O W a
Shaker,
m*rnl
Sacqie Flaaaels,
wuvi 'iMj. H'm
AND
TtMMY'N ADV
OfKlL'g,
Piiotli
III lil.ck
VWfrfc,
O E 8
Beeond street, between Brady and Perry.
sfptl7
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING!
AT
H. KKAl'SE A C-O.'S,
MAMMOTH CLOTHLNt F.Ml'dRIUM,
30 West Second Btreet 36
OPPO. COOK A 9ARGENTS BANE.
WEfloe''*
are now In receipt rf mr Pall and Winter
which are unsurpassed in this etate,
and we can a-lltliein Icwe- than ary e«t»h'la^ment
tbat advertisea to «ell at 26 per cent, below their
neighbors We have
THK BEST CUTTER
la the cltjr, aad warrant all onr goods as rejre.
sented.
GeBtn* FarninhiBg Goo#iI
of every variety .ad of
the
lafst styles.
Onr stock of Cloths, Ca-s'meree,Veetlngr, etc, |g
the
Best ever Br
eight te this Market,
As an examination will show.
Call and look thro: pb «ur immene* stock aal ke
co
i«e sella fled of tbe trntb't our asrertions.
nine
main
—AND—
U I I i E A N N E
ALL COLORS,
Canto! Flanel,
R. KRAtTiB A CO.,
Mo 36 West Recor itrtt,
Davenport Iowa.
September W, H&7. sepiS dlw-wtf
NICHOLAS kllHRER
k
CoT,
WBOLBSALB SBALBBS IN
Segmr$ mnd Tobmceo,
DareRiMrt, IAWR.
Itck €le?e aai Rllttei Ageacy.
WHOLESALE.
•. C. €IITilllCBAEI.,
IBWoversville.
ageet of one of the largest manufacture's In
M. T.. fb- th ale of Buck Mittens
and Stoves, arl Is prepared to sell
e#e4s at laatera Pilees,
xJr
CHy and Country Merchants please call sal
exaartae goods bejbte parshaslsg abewhere.
is.
4 n ai
AT10KN»a AT l.AW.
Hot corner of Brady and Bci ud
rc 11
»trfe--e. i
FoMMdi
o\
lug a It
i anl pa
itr-ct, o t. !'th. 1-49. a small an® of
Tbe wo'-r oa'. have th* same by call
let A W ti St cot:,' 's fBce, p' vlogproprrty
fir ll i c'tvi |«-Tl.rtlt. ocill
IVANH, CH&M A 0.
A0BNOY FOR LSPLtN, SMITB BOIM KMT
IS
A
M11.LS,
8AlOKRTI£S, V. Y.
We have on bavdat tn.i^a7lne, 6o) packages Pow
d«r.
JtlUe and Sporting Powder
In keg«. half k« gi, quarter krga and canUt-ra.
RlastlBf Powdpr aod Safrty Vase.
Parties wiabing large aoppiieg of Bla«ttus Fowder
would do well to aiidretia ua
O" ALL POWDHK WARRANTED.«4:S
CHICAGO ACDCl
i./.V
I^RIS Pow.tcr tirl the first premium at tbo State
A fair uf the Ifnited fltat -s Auric iltnral •'ocietv in
a test with H'aar.i'j ami .itli.-r w.ii ki. wn bran la.
K»r sale in 4 lb. cans by a«n,i, ,r th- ma nifact ur
ers.
VruMlre'ii .Sale.
"IT^THBRRAS .ti the l'2ih dav of o toher,
1
Now Work iVIarkra.
Trust
-»ll Tr
county, 1.I»B. d'ccrit' 1 a* foil, wi, to wit Com-
bl'-ick No. mi ,6),eiu!ira td
I intoilr,. S
to
dill, a•••»
three
i
htii.d
fe-
of
RYE VLOVR- 8 f0a4 40.
WHIAT—1'#.\' lwtter ca|esl,C03 bushels at fl.01
for Milwaukee I'luli.
IV»] in Mackinloi-h'ti Stcji.d
Arid now said promissory not's having tecome due
and payal laatid he said James MackiiiUii-1 havinK
failed to pay the same, I, David Mumvan, Trustee aa
af regald, do hereby give this publlo notice, thai by
virtue of the power which Is iu me vested by said
Deed of Trust, I will, on Batnrday th- flt.h day of
Novfmtx r, A. D. W9. at the hour of two o'clock
in thn aftemwD of said day, at the Court Ilou^e
door iu the city of Davenport. expoe' and offer for
sale, at piiblicaactlon, tbe parcels of land above des
cribed, or so much thereof aa shall be necessary
tofsatlsfy and pay the amount of said notes
•a.- aaw r« rifi vn tti itir- if»j n| foffe'hCf
with all tbe coata and expenses at^nding said sain,
ends of this notloe and trustee's fee* Uf.on the
completion of wirh sale a deed wtll "ie l»en ac
cordance wlih the ailpuictlon of said deed cf trust.
Dated tbe Cth day of Octohei. A ls.V»
DAVID StTLLIVAN,
octi 1 Trustee.
Truster'»
WJamen
note
and
e:ght. en
pay th. ainoui'l of e»id n jti-with th«- nt-n-st thereon
to the d»y of aa toge ie wiui all the c„st»
Ketb.rwith.il th»corts
liKOCKKIKtt.
I
»V
O ms
To ihe Citizens ef
choinr,
Pon- Ii n O i'.une and Ensi^b I"* akfa»t. all
of
»h:.-h tliey have
viri-xi
tr#ilc«, aud vf the
and am. all
of the
Tbev
wlKh al*i rail
the fact
mark. t. "ii-.jtimt of
CUB J'RSMIVM
o Wl'KH.
Mstrait*.
K V A N i U K W A 0 O
0«-tll-d6w Corn.r of fiont aod hraUy stg.
In
Coiid
n i and
nl'iare aiNu. another
i due w-hi
of the
Daveiipor',
them
due
runniug du- w at thri hun-
dre.1 and twe ty
_*'»] tdeuce '.ue uorth
hundred and twenty |f:»et
''.0|
vitith three hom rrd
the
AI.-".
A
A. —The Jamei Macliintohti at.d Mi-liat-a Ma kiatonh
of 1 j*t, i i"uted
it ccrtnln l»e« of
tf- tie i.irfd rt tt
FARTHER POINT, Oct. 10,
steamer Indian due here with Liverpool ^X^dB^htla® •"'TVU.'\l
dates to the 2Kih, lias not yet been signalled
IStAT,
lam-i Mi'k-
«ddlll"H tothecity
of
Flt KI.C*, OAT»LI*», Nil K4, AC.,
Topoth'-r with a w-'l
e|ecii|
n es,,tliey have Just
Addition
Mule.
HgREAS. on the IHih day May, a n 1s.'7
Xa iint ah of 8- o'i ('..tint v, and *t»te
of low.«, ex'cuted unto David 8. Trne, ai Tru-lc-,
acert.iin de""l or trust, conveying tj said 'rimlee
the land In Maott county, Iowa, de-cntud as follows,
ti wit That part of »ect|r.n No twenty-six [?C.t,
in twn»hip tevenly einht [7s|, north or ranKe No.
thrie (3J, ast of the tlfIh [ftth] M. iinrtKiilarlf
de.crihed an follows to wit. cotninencli at a point
eighty [iu] feet west from ttieMnith w.t corner of
hock No. idi or Marklnto-h's !"e ..nd [2d] Addi
tion to thecity i Daveiport t'.i'-nce running west
six hundred «nd flfty 16.'.0] feel thence north three
hiiii'lrel and twen-y| ii| fettt thence ea-t -ix htin
ilrel and tlfty (65o) feet thenc- south thru hun
ir-d and twmy [320] feet to place of h*pinning.—
Which said conveyan e wa made hy tlie said Jamea
Mackiti'iirh for th- pun oe of aecurinn the payment
of a oertain pr miii-.ry
hundred IM^I] dollar- ex*
cuttdby the said Jamen Ma kint. sh l"ooe John
Woodward, of
d,te Mty
o.i
Htli. 1157. du and pm,«ble
the lath day .? May, lS'is, with interest ai ten
p'-r cent,
p'-r
an:.t,n• after matuOty.
And n .w "a i. .mts-oiy not' having becime du*
and payal I- a- 1 ihe sai-t James M.cklnt sh hav-iriK
fail'd to p-... 'h' seme. 1, David h. Tru", Triitt-e as
aforesaid do hereby give t111- put !ic tiotic v that by
virtue of the power which is in m- vetted hy said
ed of trut. I i.l, an faturdaj Ie Sth eav of No
vember, a 1 at th* hour of two o' -iocklc th«
afternoon of said day at »h'- urt i'on-e d«air In
the city of Davenpjrt, exp m,«. tr-r for ail-, at
pe.hlic au -tion, tl.'- par 1 or lat.d ab .v ,|e,.r, :hed,or
-o iimcn thereof as
s:.a!l
b" n»e,s.ary
ratistyand
Mid
reo-lved
es the
I
the city of Davenport. Which "aid .onvuyanee waa
M] 'by the «ni Jait.r« Maiklul dh and Mi liisaJ.
Mtcklnto.h, for th-- purpose of :uritiK the ptymput
of two certain promissory notes and the lut-rest
Uen-. I1, (IKned hy .aid J-rre. Mackintosh, dated
the I2'h day ti l)«-r, 11&7, and one payable aa
foii-ws nit tlmeh lid red and sevri'T^-lKht
and 40-100 137S 4" loOJ. of ate Oct ibei 1- h. l^T,
due and paysli.e on th 12th day of April l-5" to
theorilerof on' IC(4t"-rt S. Harrow- aud whlcb note
Is paid. One oin«r note for thi »um of three
thousaud aad i-lx hundred [3 tiOo] ilolUrs, o' date
Oct .tier l'2t\ Is:,7, du- and payahi'- on the lit'i day
of October, Hj«, the order of the »ald Hubert S.
Ba- rows.
sortment of
u-
peine- at.inditu said sale, e,,»ts of 'M notlc- ati
Truster's fees. Dpon ,mp|eti
Hon
i
n
will begiv
II
of such salea decd
to th- parrhasei it.er of in accordance
with th°»tip3lail ns of sild dse] of trnst.
Dated the 6th day of Ottober a n 1689.
DAVIJ 8. T^UR,
"ctll Trustee
Iriutee'H Male.
55th day of Aagest, a
lyicuk i, of Hcott t'onnty,
UTHFRRAS,
on thf*
10.5. Hejt-.- V.
ftate rf Jowa exe uted uti'o liaild H. Tru' as
u e e a a n e u s o n v e y i n o a i
Trustee the latid iti 8c. tt county, Iowa, desctlbed as
oiiows, u»lt Purl or ihe east half therouta
went 1 Tl rt of S.
iweuty-f. ur (34) in
townsMn Mo. ^everty-elrht |Ts], norih of ranre
three [3J, fast of the tif [fttt.) m, parneniarly
de crihel as follow*, to wit: commenciog at the
rorthw st ori.er of aald east hair of said south
wept ijiurter of sai-t ?ectioii, rutin Ing t'nf east
forty (40) usii ti r. nerof a sixty (60) foot road,
i S e s o u a o e e n e o s a i
o a
ard expensei attending
sail sale, (o-ts of th'.s Iirtlce a:.d TfU-t«e'» til
Upn emp'tionof such »a'e a Deed willie given
to ihe i urchaser thereof in accordance with the
itlpalation. of said De«°d of Trust.
Dated the litb day of October, a 16M).
DAVID a. TRT7K,
Trn-tae
ocllldta.
Foand.
Afor
POCKRT BOOK, contat' lugsoaie moery. In
rati'a ean be hid by the owner whereto
an the same y calling at li Is ofllce.
seti]7-tf
E K 8 O
WRthiagalHiy made Easy.
Perfect Satlsfactiea Gaaraatefi!
J. P. Pend'e Inpreved Fa'eat V welsle*
Machine, Falcated 4*ctober ISSH,
HAVING
purchssed tbe right to mtnufa'tsreand
ser the at ov' michln' lo th*Bt«te of Iowa, W"
hereby g'.ve notice to all who have asfcinr to do
(end who has
not that we are prepared to
Th»y can
».»»JB»"i Ji"«WJ^i«imwLjWi lujunm,!! fgUfpiljiHUPpp
a large and
Ionia*
WEEKLY STATE
9
UavtDport
AND BUHROUNMJbG VICINITY.
THK
nn rugned taki
ir attention to Um
this opiwrtnnl'v to call
factllial they h«»'"
iell aeioctel aa-"riiu nt of
dav r, c»-ivcd a larite and
STAPI.E AKI P.ISH'IT WROI'KRiKS,
Wlutti i-..n»i-t in iiti of the fi!l"Wii ai tl l«a
Tea*—Yotwr
Hyson.
arrortrient of Sar­
dine », Ki oh and Pickled Ovatera lrei,-i Mua'art.
Ollv Lnca and i.therH.l»d iis. Star, and
Wit Ocnill'H. AI—i a laree vrttni nt of tiro
HpiCOS, Pei'p'T A
I -|ilc",(.'loV' a, c'liitlaim
Nii.meKs and
limjer
article, Ituk'is'
c.i,
liaveni'jrt,
I ruiiiiing thenc- due roitti three liiin lr.-J atid tw-ntv
(.T-i'ij feet ilicnc* itue west triree hundred an I twn
ty (:!Jtl) fe tteiK e due south three bnndnd and
aeiity (U.il) f. tlieriri- :Jeast ir:r'-i- hiiii.iied
atid twenty f«et. t.i the point of i lniiiii^, de.
-igt-ing
llroaia.
4'rachera—A
Cue
Saii -, M,i ai'itii .ti'l
ia
Tapio
choC'ilate.
Aostpa—'a-tll", Oleine, Chemical, Patsa. Rra
sive and Fancy poaps.
kinds Presh
CeiVi"K
Macker*
twntyM
tract
I
t.etfiiHilnn
three
feet,
three hUMdre i
tle'ire
due
nu
I
e»^i
twen
y IS-'i'J
fe«
I., a-'d
the'ice
and twrnty
place he^inniiig. I'
uf thre hundrt'l and twenty
I'-taix [tij in hi. ck
|,)-nj fe. to
s
tfiittii!
to convey a
and
ly on
get
he-
l^eerionl a- f..l|..W!.,v'a
a i'int fi tirhuc ed ai il .-i*t
of b'ock(4tiJ)
No.
1
,-"i wst corner
Cve('ij. In Ma iint' BhV Heioiid
dMsli
band.
»o irentli.il,
A n i i
k'
a W i
North
niuaro
r-f-i ai, f-f
ei^h
(tij.
jd consfalit-
Also On ef• ,-nnl
lined
Prnll, Ac,
ae octas-
PUiiE W1NK8 AND LIQUOHB,
Whi'h they
call
spKial attention to.
Davenport, September S4, ISW.
sepS5
W. A H.
America Saloon.
I:dt
LUII OHB jijro anemias.
Yy ARM aad Oeld Vletaais at a hours ef the
Oysters Per Hale la Shell er Caa,
And Served Up in the best stylo,
At JOMPH LOMaiWOTTIV,
oc4-IMkw«f
•Vif. wr«at and Reaitvgbs
Dr. J. iVcDORR«II,
VeterlaarT SNr^eea, IH, R. V.
WOULDhecan
respectfully In form thepnMIe
that (.» coriau'ted at his V' t
^32
erlnarv Establishment (on Thirl streat,
between llrsdy and Perry stree ts)on nI tb
the o
.e is But ject
mi di rn
o. A e ai|ulilrg
Improvi meiits In the
M'dlcire
irir'tui' I Veteilnarh*etlla
a Murgery, as
eviKiunded in the
and Continental Coll.g's, i
o n III:ao*q
Oli
orders that may be made on ns.
Call and see, and be satlsSei: that we have
The Very Best Waaber How la Use.
be had n Third
English
e fe»l.
happy In saying
that he will Kive satisfaction.
All
dl.ease i warranted
cured cureable, or no
charge made- Consultation free.If
A horse shoeing
shop'e
are sIkkI proper. jaosTdAw
Wall Pave* Very Caeap
C. SHEPHERD
A
WTfRRR
the interest theie.-.n.
sl«nel by the said Jam-s Ma-kintnh, dated the (sth
day of May, A n. 1".'7 and paiahle as foil wa one
for th" eum of
•WVir England
Dry Hop Yeaal Cake.
AIt
BtTBBTITTTTB for liquid Teast. Buy It.
Oae
It.
Bold at Wholesale by
lx Olama
y- i n e
and one-half (11 H) ro!« thence weat forty (n
rods th'-nce n. nh thirty-one and on» half
(31 n)
rods to i ace of begin .int Whic sail conveyaEO
w a s a e y s a i -n y S a y s k e
purposeo' securuw ibeparrn' ot o' six cert '.In prom
i*s'ry not s and the Irte-e i- there n. »ljrne by the
said II _Y. Hlaymkker, dated 'he a^th dayof uust,
n lsSS, of whic-i said note? foll'.wliiK two (*4) r
main umald a».d are n. w due to wit: One for the
sum of two hundred (au0) liars ptysb'eto the or
der of A. C. Fuiton. on .e 2Mb ay of Autti-t IS57,
and o' e other th" sum of two hundr*d (200) doi
ars pavable Augn.t asih.lsfta.to the orl i A
C. Fulton—eaeti of sild ro"-s hearing icfreat it
ten per cent per auunm. at.d one years inter'st on
each ofsild notes havii
e
been paid.
And n«w said promissory notes having become
due and payab e ar.d the said Henry Y Haymaker
having filled to piy the .'iitif. I. i avid f* Tr •,
Trustee- as a'ore-aid,-'o h.r.t y t|-.-e tnla .ij no
tic«\ that by vlrtn- of the pow wh'cb Is in m- v-st
id bn said ei of trust I will on Saturday th- 5th
dayof N'jveaiber, a D, 1S69. at the hour of two
o'clock in tbe afte-n *#n of said day, st th" Court
Hon e do,r, in tbe cltv of Davenpr.rt, expnc and
offr fo- -ale, at pi h. anctijn the parcel of land
ai'ov des rited, or ao mnch thereof a* shall be
ne "s-arv to sail"fy atid pay the amount of raid
notes w th the IntT'st therton to theil^y of sale,
In
Oyster*.
CORNER MAIN AND FRONT 8TS.
SatlDA and Cooking Apple* b* UM
Barrel
Fara fer Half.
I ACRES, fenc In four 40 sere Icte. and al
1 broke except 40 acres two sio'y frame
house n»ai new, fonr cms and |e*c-, I. an-1
wo large oms above, re Isr, a •.» well a' the
•or, goo! w II at stable, atab':ng ai.l o'h*riut
t' lildiage a'pieo-card In bea-mg »-r#l s cf,r
ra'ite, grsi tlwrrles, plums grapes, he tin r, lot
o' g.s.d :ii onl n ek near the p.s'e, rouoi'
r.MiS the farm Ma farm li s n the Davnpil
and Iowa Olty r'.ad.on- o,.* from Slivrlhori 's tav
ern.
Mnrcallne inn'r,
If)
dawlm
m'les fr'm Muse
and 18 miles we»t if i!a\ -ii^ 't. an mll-s trom
Wtlion. Bald prnpertv n offered at $20 per sere 10
psyments to «Mt *n»|'il'e for
fept. IT, 1859. PAaNCIS Rtt.VRRTBORM,
Hllverthorn's Tavern.
Look! liook!
The Greatest Bargala yet Offeree.
E1JTE BRtCM mot/SB*
Rear to business good sidewalk, to lbs bouse.
COMT A SO
IT R3.000*
O S S S A i W
$800
Will Buy tkc Honae and Lol.
Inqalre of WBITK r0*t
f-pll Pnttf fflre nir.rk.
STATIONARY ENGINE
A0OOD,
«nti.tantlsi Improved S
will answer
h«rse power
ITSI VB2KLT STATU VHUQ£* A*
uri'iiiitn ivirt
fWIRDDAY MO M* n£
LAaol. clear v AT
•9 00 PRR ANNUM, IN
very
be«t .j'laJily which ean he bought.
I'effre—Old Govriun* nt
Java. Moaba,
LMttim,
very beat miaiiiy.
JTnr
mm# Fr»*S
yo«r apeclal attention to
tbat
they have ju-t r-celved
nice a
lot..f
Peuch.t, Peart,
Jtumi, Applet,
(juincft,
All put
fc ifo «f'1'
BP from
thla
Ae«% and l-'rrah JellW-a.—
They are
to
with a ho-t of rther arttr|e« t-
o uon ero'is
v are IT-Mrp
ought in
n
to the
o s a e a
Who'e ale and Retail as low aa tbe aaiue articles
can be
I
'hiscl'y.
city
All ffnol» bought of ui wilt b* delivered S WK§
I part of the citi/ frte of i/,arge.
I PPEK1IANBI A IIAI.I.,
I
ADVAKV*
Kmh ef A4Mrt|«to| in ikr W hlr.
One square (of ISIIiun) iw w, v.........,...§1 »0
addit,,nat inari v« fu
©nesituareone month*................ 8 n»
IV..Ml «llll«
till W IIH llftl" "I
SIX OWtilln. lO
oneyesr,. 11'*
»mr ... ..........SB
CARDS.
Frtlt tleterles,
sr., AP.
Br- PIKRICCI. Aiesl.
RR«!r KTTtKJET ......SB
canixmv, rrrrra am ur ritx»ffjrnvf*
BUTTER, EGGS.
AC.
Call aad «*•. Da. riRAroOl,
Ja1«
H. A »AM«Ott.
A Tto
TTORNKY nr,tp.T t"!!..' it aw OW-e Ko 14
K'lltdint:. Ma"i-t"-rt .tittalrv Havna-
i\
itr,i
port,
Isfpe'lal, ioii4""*d#rt Hon-
he "I C'i Iowa
Wilt
|.r..fe
al"ri«l
att-ii-t i-mnn'tlv att
btmlness
that
Ri«fe»- lion Jams
HAapectfully
V i
Prrsrrrrs,
fatthfai aKen'ioit.
.tr u.iw 4H
Ddmiom,
aim
all ether
opening
a uice lot il Jeline, am aa (iupe, Red Tariaut,
Pea'ti. Aj'ple, Klacklicrrv. Ra-pl.-try, *ie»iiflage
Quiti"'. and
bind*
which are
l» •».«r»i-••••' t1 lai.
ir«nt.
I'lvni. it. n-l Uw.
Ktlaimul Park", N il awr.'i nf
W. D. BlaiH, H.D.,
I. cn'e 111 ttie uf l»av np.^t r*
anlx its the |iationa«e uf th.cm^e.
UavntK had l.na t-aperiec^- in
tli'- tr.
wn'tive them, mtether
and
opened
aa
pre^rred Frulta aa ever came to thla I
ati»etit
|il8RAl*EH OP TliK EVE,
with other
Prattle*, Ua
Hrady-.treet,
Ac,
sranon's fruit.
flrit .talrs kl«*r itt*
P»«i OBM l^i-emw
UM. Ki:il H. VI. ft.,
Ft
IU«l'i£01 KI I.Li KOI IGITH^IK I'ATHONAttR
t' "T his r11- ti'liao taie
pnblic.
uericc- No it
in s*'Am*h.
Ala a larte and varied a^»ortm nt flavoring
Nick
ilia itlork,over tbe Bank.
•ngai-'Kti
PIKLK
A. I.VO
8 fi W I K Is M.U HIRKS,
I^OR I'aiolle »!-•*.
Tail u
any 'th'
TR*
pun.Mi^a, H^Mirry,
A" Warrant'-t I,, (ir
ettar aa'i«fa
iita'-Mn*» li'
ASent
n, Mac,
cop*tit li11. i," i ,fo
bvii'-i ual cons'
will
-west Corner Brady and bth st*.
I P. B.—In
and
.li uf lutu-all|lti|
addition to thetr large stct
k
of
Oroce-
.n thaa
mark't, or mon ttlund.-,!
Wk n'e.t, ,»ii
1-.
thi-.
PrrktdB a Merrll't v«8t r.*#fr, (imto^TMKr'iil^ UOSkl,
A f'nultie
cl»v
Addtaf-, I--liKLR A
S»pt8 tf
[.TON.
N'W Toth.
Biondway
1»8 Dearbor'l *nrt 123 Clark Hta.
IAU1KH-R
pilk.
Satin
an
to ipjieir
and W ..l« n ,Shaw.« aad
'tpf".'i romrd.nl ly«4
-i D-r*** «.? *vi*rv ft** ^fl'
|iial
o tbey will liere-
.III "liter i.tth le« ne'al'y ke|,t in a Clrts-t ry
and l'rivlMin Store, In their earnn.
liah No I
lo n»w, a* S
nt-.'•
i.at*.
trifling t,.i.:at*».
Ve-ts
stnl r«nv=-
y
e'pre
v
U«!v ci-aned. 1j
r*i«dt-
e
i md h. vrdrre
.. sept I'1 lrt», .»
st'og
Brm and ruitn" of
nt
nn-'e, t»e
Van
era A *•!-. Is tbl.day
i!is»
v.ol, Mr.
W Van Rvera
c.irt^ne the ranking and Ftchar g. a-ir
and
i- anthoris to use the name
of
tbvlate Sraala
liqnida'ion.
liew ut, Iowa, O&tubcr I, 1K1*.
•V W. VAN RVHH*.
oc2 JAMKa j. rLadn.
It «»l
ALL
PERSONA knowing th'tiiern lodaltiM) to
me
oo b.-it
i(|T
•—"aeitlan, where hortiu
SON,
Rave removed to
MCMBRR 1» RABT BROOMD RTRBIT,
we invite all r*«|ultlngI3ood« In our Una
of business, |o call ar.d Judge for themsslvet.
Ooid Papert, Oak*, Uiassd, fancy, Mtc~
nnd
tVufi,
in great variety, fold and Oommon Bbadee, Pap
Ourtiana. Plrebnard Paints, Airdesfcc. Also Pi
per Serelm te all I. VxnrhM at '»1«»t ericas
mavt
A
ty
The IO I flaloou
ia aiOKIVINO DAILY
aicii' t, wtll all and settle the
same with Wm. W. I'srlier, as I l.av IM« darsnM
and transferred ty entire accounts to btm.
J. O. PARRBRu
Davsnpirt, Sept. IS, IR69 Ifrllw
INItfN COFFEE ABD ^flCE JULIA
8'
||i
Jones 8
Co.,
vast IIOOVD BtlBII.
WBground
are „,w prepared to furnlah pore aad rrSBR
0OPPBRB AMD APfORB. Also,
Oreen ooffeo,
Roaatod oofllse,
Wbol* npliiML
sal are tbe appointed agent* of Ritwasa kOAl
ROPBIftlUR BO
APR.
Dealers arc requested te salt andamsslae
•rtag M.e»h.r«. tylS-if
FOR ANY ARTICLE IN
He Hease Faralshlaf Liae,
CALL ON BMITH A RBMIMOTOM.
»R R»e« M*ewa« wsei
Hefrigeratorn.
FIMR ASflORTMKMT FOR RRUB RT
mavT
SMITH A RRHIMOTOH.
W A E O O E S
Q' DlVFRRRRT kiads and styles, for *aT* bp
BMITH A RRMUtOTOM.
Coal! Coal!
TUB
undersigned
Bell
Is prepared o sopvlv
sft«r
•"ish-
i ahtkrr,
Rn
glee aisl Holler, nearly new and lo good order fir
sale at a great saenfloe, cash or approved paper.
It
for any business requiring
the
above
mentioned power.
For partienlars spply by letter or otherwise te
D.N. RIOHARDEOtf,
1
street, near career
of
Brsdy, and between Brady and Ferry Price |7ii0.
Remeaaber, wegsarantee perfect satisfaction or ne
sale. & RAOB,
81,
1
A- Vu iJH. ^«sf»
Btate moerat OSes.
n«.«ii»»t. May SI IV|, dawtf
§a Clair* Machine Hlorki,
am.
booit
ard promt se%
TOWIIINiTa COLLIll,
StTOaUBOMB TO TOWN BIND ba YXB OO.
Manufarsams ef
ImpcovAtf OmUMh am Bade Valv»
3L00R aad law
Bbafttag rwRsa^Ae.
Iktalsel
T-tit
isi
tie cjj^.
/-a-of Davenis,rl with a superior artkI-..f
Illlnola Oo*l,
st
Ms ysrdat Uie corn*r of
BRADT AND FIFTH 8TRBKTS.
All ord'r
accompanl'-d
by the cah
Ir-h Iiet*iN»-r, wtl
ptter t~ tb*
t.c
Hi- yard, and
tilled at Iti nts ^r t-esl at
tha* dste st i,..t ..v-r|1c« 1 1«
s
|. n* as 1041 i» transp
rt..i
aero»
tbe
HI*,
si-sippi ltiver and 1 ha.e a t«,bei in IA«
market f, fc. r«|p
(Ktober 1,1MB. «ci
Te the i'ltlzeas er Pafeapert*
AKU VICINITY.
TAKIS
Is. E
ca 1 your after tie«S»
tbii opporienit
his
rstll *nd Winter!
SlOd'.k «»f (aMMla,
Cjr.s'sting iti part of Prenth Cloth, fmiaiUS aM
Vesting!. ail of the
LATEST STYLES I
*r a
w.. LAKE VARIETY OF PATTERN^
ru...« I '"W
Which w will
lake lo Or«le*rt
Warraat te Fit thf aiest FastWew
Ao, a One astortment of
Furnishing Goad*
AUD
Rpndy«nadt Clolhlac,
Of Oor Own Manufaetnre, whi we will sell at
Prices t« Correspond with the Tisocfp
I- COMB.
*ep21-dtm jp%t.
Cook store*
OA riKFtRKNT Patterns of 0s»' 'tiw» stv oa
/£," exl.ihlii and for a«le ai *e Houee Fenusk^
Ing War' Ri^ ms of
gM-rH A RVMTNOTOM.
CfdarCenwly Bond«.
PVJUVF
/lAA Cs^«" "'T I0 i«r c. nt 'ude
CJ ''sr Oow ty rrdev for aagS
0. PU AMCLLVR CO..
Sept 10
MMA^zirN-a
*•Reotoror.
—AlJio,—
yr'a«A4fo!r
JtcAfotrggftrw,
Lf e«*s Kathatrea,
•arry'i Trlcopkcroa^
And a great variety ef ether F|*ialbsa tar tt*
Hair. (M
•we i«a
LI very and 8R|« tUblc,
CHAR. PI.OVV*
W|Hslsit
(flbr. fort MlMlhi,)
Ravimsoi.Impa.
/1AWMP mA TsMMsael
l/bdlMMrlNi

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