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N'KV Nl) COrSHKl.tH At LAW,
an-l N'llitf^ PiiMlc.
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-n,ivci»|i irt a Blo.-fc, Dav. cpotl lnwa.
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pmi*l A I.KAKR.
ITOUNKV- AN I COI'NdKI.OKH AT t,AW. and
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co^nno\ ll tl.U
ATTORNKY8 Avl t'OI NSKl I.ORS AT I AW
AM N»: •,iiM iH.jr.
Om N-r ii-wi-Kt -ornf-rof lirnJy and Second
ii|- ••'hir.—entrance on Brady ilrect.
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JAMBS T. I.ANK, J. LAKB
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ATTORNKf.*
\NI» ''ill KBKI.IOR8 AT LAW
A NO
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111., it. 1 ttie O. In-trh-t Court Iowa.
,1, kii-k—N. tv. ruer Malnan ivr.ind 'trcots.
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ATTOUNKV
tND CorNaKl.tlll AT LAW, AND
Not irv I'nl.hc.
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A TTalRSKY AT I.AW 0:n?p—np stairs, In the
hnlidit'tr formi-rlv occupied ty ,J. W. Wiley.
Weft Sec'tid r-tre-t.
H-,.ir« intrasted to bis care will be punctual'y
dt? i u'l'*'1 .1
Davemxirt. .lau »rT S. 1 Jan9^
join *r. Mi**
UK AT. ESTATK A KXOHANOE BROKER,
Noi a 11 v Pt-Bi.il- k Com*ts»io«ii or Intent,
t.K CLAIMS ROW—U Claire Hall Entrant*,
Jaelt Itavenport, l«wa.
J» W. (iMTIM
ATToB-XSY 4T LAW, XOTABY PUBLIC
AND
COMKISSION&8.
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Main ntr"*t Juivl I dfcwly
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W O E S A I E K O E 8
fOBWARDIKO K OlMMISSION MBRHITAHTi,
Uo, 1 out STaKVT, CORVKB or Brady,
Davenport, Iowa.
a a
1
o -t i n v I n K e a O e r-
W U-», wh'ch *f ofr -r »t Wh,i|i-«ale. for rash, at
Ibe lowe.t 1 rtcr*. a: il u. wb'cli w Invite the ^atten
tion ical- T- in 'itv ar-' country. mavT 6®
fompftltlon Is tb« Splfft af Trailf.
rfo CONPOHM t.l the !!-•»?, thf WOTT HOT'ai
baf i'-'u sltf e
rre"f
tranil'iit to or.e dollar
tier day. acl permanent boarder* are now taken at
thrie Jollari. per week an-1 npwards. la Is onr
iarmloalUm that thU sbaU be tha Nwt dollar honaa la
ibe^'ais, |--Pni«T,
BI RTIS HOI KI),
OORNl-l'1 OF KtWA A FIFTH STREETS
DAVEKPORT, IOWA.
»ch2»dtf
ihth BXTRAOTRD BY A niiw PBOOUS
wltnoot ooeamoaiiiR any delay or pain whatever
Dental Snrgeon.
OmOB—In Herwio't Block, HI Perry, bstWMB N
Mid tth strseta.
Raving sompleted arrancement', he la now pr»
pared to extract ttetli by aoniltttCK a iltftht current
at elaokrMty ar»nod tl— wulb at tha
VOLUMK 4.
Uai el eitrao
«|oa, thmebjr aIla/Hf *11 pain attaodaat apen u
tractlnc by th* ordlnanr method.
fksvalieat baa a f^'l knowladta of what to pass
lu, aad ttort are t«t those MmIi «Ut| an Mtaa
ntSir* am* harti^w^eztreelei to IMIN
DLAL()( UA1 MA\6.
Bticapvrl, dilvkcr !3«
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II. .1. IV.II, ii Ileal »ln^i. CM. .*
hi.rizr.l to n-criT'- ..tv. ilM-nin.t f..r ll.h
MAI LI AHH ANiiEMJCNTB
Tlir,. of o|Mrulri(r ami c'oaii uiai'i lii the Davenport
.il Ollio
Mmi., »rrivf and 5.SU ai
•••11 *1 if. A a.'. m.
I iilhk M.mi. Tin liul.'.'i'n-ri.| Norttn-rri Iowa
aim', at !. -urn il'-e-m l.'i M.
H"II.th«hv .M 'l. from H.. I.oum atioC' uthrn Ml*
m, ill, 111 Jif al Hi 1 at 'J 1' A 11.
aii. Houiiikhn Iowa IIaii., arrlvet a
ik-Vi 1 lo^ei at'J.so m.
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KK*n, MO.
A N i k U O S
llivan If ah. H'.im, in lulinif river towin- a^ovoPI
I. 11^ Mi- Mls-oti.i Hivcr, Ita *li'! Ein-.n
via HiUmiIOmI 81 Jo*epb K It, arrive* at 10 a
I I .-!•• all m.
Ri'.LH Mail, In chi'Un* riv.-r tnwi -fr .n I Clair
t.l 11-, ..rr.v. :il a
a u
IiiiikU on the laat election thnn at any other
eiii'-i* tlio Stitte wa." ni^iutiz* d.
CI onn Townsnip gives Kirk-
W«»d a innjority of 1 'J, arid 'l horin^ton a
majority of .i. Thoiin^ton's majority will
he ahoul 115.
Mr- Hi |lnpO»l,« Sp«rllB(
Fkksii Ovkkikks.— Frank Woo-l i:
n»w receiving fine Freeh (Jyeatira daily,
which hn will sell l»y the enn or a^rve t! 111
up to order.
JC-tT VVe hear innmiH'raMi: potn
plaint-l»y the produce dcnlors re^ardin^
th t- ec'iircity of ourri-ncy. \Vc do not kiiuw
what ehould cau» ihi* er-arcity, unle«« it i.
th« too great of -vt. Louin and
Chicago exi-hange.
('ki»ah Vaklky K 1 i.koa 11.—
Town9Hii*
A Lively Day
lie has some choice wines and liquors,
which are not at all bad to take.
Hemovkh.—Messrs.
I.,
110 1 a ai h.mi 1 m.
K'1 i 11 his II aii t.y 1 .ii up Ii- ri*. r, arrlvi at 1
fi'inilayn, Wi-iln^ la» ami Fridayi: clowaai
11 11 M. 11 la^s. We i.,, .day- kikI Krlilav*.
III i K i.RA-j-MA 11. arriv- at l'J M, clo»»-.t al 1.
Tn* -'Ixyr, T.-'ursiia)
k arv) Hal 'irnay s.
Ami-i v maii., airlvtg arid ri., .-. at 12 M-Ttir»«layii
air! Kri'layn.
Ak\mii»a Mail, arrlvi-a anil clones an 12 M, on
Tl.nril«s.
Tb«"fflcf will boop^n od Saalay !urlon the Swa
mi 1 tr. Ill I., In A
Jttf'
'1 ii' 1 ii hi ii
iL'-. Ilh I'lllC
very inl»-rt*tlinK election returns,
will heiutind in another mlumn.
E. «$c K.
1!1E
rhich
jt-«r More monuy has changed
The
Directors of the Cedar Valli-y Railroad wili
IDii lit the office of I i «i, I. 1 liivehport K.-iJ.
011 Friday evening, the 14lh innl., at which
tini«- the report of the engineer will re
presented.
Tu'Kkt.—The
Republi­
can Township ticket 18 elected by about
26ii majority, (irovenhury had not heard
from Cainden, 111., tip to a late hour last
evening. ll: thinks the vote over there
may change the cornplextlon of things.
about town was
yes­
terday. A large number of teams cam« in
from the country, all bringing some kind of
produce for sale. We hope to see a good
tra.le during the praaont month, and weeee
no reason why we tdiould not have it-.
A very bandy institution is
Joint Hume's grocery store, corner Iowa
and Third rtieet-. ,lchn keeps n large and
varied tock of groceries and proviciom 011
hand, which he sells at very low figures.—
II.
Tv-
ner will thU day remove their stock of l)ry
(ioods, Groceries, Etc to No. 10, Eaet l' rout
street, next door to Burrows and Pretty
man's. Their stock is large ami fresh, and
was selected «-sp»-oially to r'uit tile wants of
the people of this vicinity. To the farming
Horn at i.aw. and Nots- I community great inducements will he offer
ed, and we are iiire that by calling on
the Messrs. Tyner they can find just the ar
ticles they most desire.
Tr is very vontious, alter an cxcitinj
election, to have to wait a day rr two for
the returns from the different precincts of
this county. Arrangements should be made
to have the vote of every township brought
to Davenport the same night of the elec
tion. lly so doing we would be able to fut-
nish a correct report for our morning paper,
bc we keep its columns open until after mid­
night. In the Ea.-tcrn ."-laUs the result of
an election is known over the whole State
in a few hours after the polls close in this
S'ate we will not have the vote on our State
ticket bifore the first ol next month, as our
railroad and ttikgrnph facilities are very
pcor.
.««.
Wrong..— At the election last
Tuesday, several Republicans of this city
who have in their employ or under their
control, a large number of workman, must
ol whom vote the straight Democratic tiok»
el, forced these men to go to the polle and
bv threats of an instant discharge frighten­
ed them into voting the Republican ticket,
or portions of it. We understand that one
man tcok 150 votes to the lis during the
day, every one of which hud Jim Thui ing
tor.'s name upon it. An henebt upright
party is this same Black Republican.
Our Dkfkat.—We
a portion of it. There is a large number of
individuals in this city who profess to be
Jh mot rats,
These individuals were eo vrrv anxious
their vote sho Id be known, that they
endorsed theiu with their names, and stuck
them under the nose of every D?moerat
they met. Now, we are not inclined to
lecture any one for voting a split ticket.,un*
less he professes to he a party man and we
Jo
U 1,1 IS CHESEB ROUGH,
know that a large number of those indi
viduals
prtt/eM
receive*] the first i»umb«r of tbu excellent
Dcinoorotic paper, »nd »r« *ery much I
pl ac-.l with its •pp^arancfl, and the to
DA
of its article. I'lien-l King wiUmakea
Qut of he
^,,1^ and he d«
irrM the patronage of tb# oitizenaof La
Claire and Scott County.
Johnson
Colnty.—In
County tioket. Majorities are not known as
yet.
Muwniw County.-—la Muscatine the
Republicans h'tve a tBajorlty on their State
ticket, and elect two im-inhers to the I^egis^
litue. The Democrats elect the entire coun
ty ticket by a handsome majority.
««.
Settle Up.—Those persona with
whom the undersigned have had business
connections will, of course, see the proprie­
ty of immediately settling up such business.
All persons having hills against us will
|.|-ase make ihern out, and thus enable us
to know to what itent we are indebted to
to tin in. We shall make ut all hills, both
great, and small, and hope that our patrons
will give us all their assistance in settling
theiu. It is our desire to owe no man one
•vnt and to eiialile us to place ourselves in
such a position, we must have all that, is
due us up to the date of the consolidation.
t. RICHARDSON A WEST.
(razette
Ekhohs.— In yesterday's
we
find a statistical table of much importance,
but which is rendered valueless by the
large number of errors u eh it contains
Thc.-e errors are calculated to work much
harm outside, of this State, as it will give an
impression that lowu Is anything but a fer
tile or grain growing State. The table says
that the total number of acres of land sowed
with spring wheat in Ik'iS was 75o,719.and
the total number of bushels raised was
o.i/.iu,!!r.i this would give but a trifle
over four bushels to the acre, which is most
certainly wrong. In 185C the average yield
was given as 11 1--J bushels, and we are
assured that that was a very low figure. The
averuge yield of corn is set down at about
S 1-2 bushels per acre, which is too low by
a long way. In I85t the average yield was
-p.! bushels. The above two items is a fair
specimen of the whole table, and It is one
of the worst collections of falsehood we
have ever seen packed into so small a space.
If the table is official, we certainly have a
very careless set of officers to manage that
portion of the State affairs. The State jour
nals should fiown down this table by not
giving it a place in their papers aa it will
do our State 110 good.
A "Wouil KOK OlKSKLVES.— Now
that the two Democratic papers of Daven
port urn united and placed upon a firm
foundation, we wi-h to have a word or two
tu say regarding ourselves what we have
done and what we intend to do.
In the first place we have greatly added
to our subscription list by the consolida
tion so much so, iudeed, that we will in a
very short time roir that we have a lar*
gerlist thnn any other paper pnblished in
Scott County or the State of Iowa. In the
way of materia} we have doubled our Btock,
and now have the largest office in the Stite
of Iowa, and outside of Chicago, in the
State of Illinois. We have six steam power
presses and three hand presses, which will
enable us to turn out work in any quanti*
ty, and at very short notice. Our Job )ffice
is stocked with the finest and latest styles
of type, borders, etc., nnd our reputation
for doing rjrml work, will, we trust, eecure
us sufficient business to keep every piece of
machinery and every hand busy during
working hours.
As soon as practicable we shall enlarge
our paper and put on a new dress, but we
shall not do t'nis until it can be done with­
out injuring an uiiceitain expense.
Hoping for a continuance of the liberal
patronage heretofore extended to us, we
will endeavor to earn the good will and
kind regard of
all
our citizens.
•«.,
The
Annual
Dew
but who have no more right to
the name than has L. J. Center or his depu­
ty Jim Thorington. Those man were around
the polls last Tuesday peddling Democratic
split tickets, the name of Ilarvy Leonard
being scratched off and Thorington's placed
in its staed.
to be strong Democrats, and
nothing les*. These are the kind of men
that defeat the Democratic ticket every
year, and they will continue to defeat it so
long a-j we tolerate their presence in our
Mkktincj of the La-
.lies' l'.ilucfttion Society will be held at the
Congre. alional Conference room, on Friday
of tlais week, the 14th inst., at. 3 I*. M
11. M. Slltl TON,
Drop.
SfC.
R1V1IR ITLUS.
Drw
Wednesday, Oct. 12.
ARUlVKt).
Drt,
Parker, St. Louis.
Wm.L. Ewino, Rhodes, Montroee.
Clara
Hine,
Tipton. St. Louis.
Lakk
City,
Blake, St. Louis.
m:rAt.TEi.
I'arker. St. l'aul.
Wm. L.
Ewing,
Rhodes, St. I'aal.
Claka Hink,
Tipton, Dubuque.
I.akk City. Blake, St. Paul.
The Resoiite
wish to say a
few words regarding the causes which led
to the defeat of our county ticket at least' th
towed up the barge* of
the Ewing over the Ilapnls.
The Belfast
will lay at the levee to»day
receive freight for fct. Louis, and will leave
ft
evening or in the morning,
jiiin joins, jb.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OWK'K,
P.cith K»st corner of Brady and Second
street*. t'),st.ii's.
OW
C-H
Found,
MjIb ft rot t, Ot.9lh.lW, a small s*m of
m.iu-'y. Tbe wner oan have the same by call
ing a' ll-onet A. Wlnt -omb'sofflce. proving prap« rty
an 1 i»y n* fjr tbii advertisement. octll
Or. J. ftrllonnell,
go
midst. Kick tbem ont and let them
to
the party with whom they so much desire
to affiliate. There ia their place—we do
not wish to harbor traitors, and they are
»othiag 1m.
VeterlmrT Snrge«B, HI. R. V. I.
\X7OU1.0 respectfully inform the public.
W that he can lie consulted at his Vet
ertimrv F^tablUhment (on flltrl street,,
t.e'wutn llra.ly ar.'l Perry Btreets) on all theiUacama
the Iii r-e i» tu" j.-ct to. After arqnirtrg all the
modern Improvements in the science of Veterinary
Me licine a il su-fery, a# ejii"t:D'led In the Xngtlrh
and C.n tUifnt«! oiiegri, te f«*ia hapfiy In saying
that }.• will (tire satisfaction.
All dl-easeit warrant**! cnr«d If CVeaMe, OT no
charge made. Consultation free.
A h. r..c shoeing shop«« "-"aaitlon, wbera honas
are «bod proper InafMfc*
Cooking Extracts,
rom ruAvoania
tee Cre
JELLIKI, et«.4
Pcacii Kebbbi«
OtHuaioa.
LBMOS,
Vanilla,
OlAMI,
fflOOOO,
IPBr^fst
TO MAII, SUBSCRIBERS, FIVE DOLLARS PER ANJFLJM—OITY SUBSCRIBERS
I:,,.,-WE WO TELEGLIATHIC
Yobk,
Johnson the
Republicans have a msjoiily of about one
hers to the Legislature. The l'emoera'a
eleet their Senator and the ballance of the
DAVKNPOKT, IOWA. THIHSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1859.
[R'po*tnl KxprPMly for tlx State Democrat.]
LATER FHUM CALIFOKSIA.
successful. Nieto, the President. W.R pop-
ular and had succeed*.] in defeating the
Government forces, ('arthagena and the
S01V1I AMERICA
oUt All AM&BI v A« A a
n
.,
4
In Peru, I'resident Cast.lla is preparing
a costly expedition against Kduador Rubero
the legitimate (Jovernor of the province of
5
Klectlon la Pssanlissls.
PriLAiii.i-iiiA, Oct. 11th.—In this city,
Maun, (Opposition) for District Attorney,
has a majority of of00 State Ticket about
'i.Mio. inith and Connell both elected to
e S e n a e e e s e n a i v e s o a y u n
changed. l.aucas'er county Opposition
mnjority for the State Ticket 30' O Mont-
pposition majority of the State Ticket is
small and the result with regard to the
county ticket is doubtful.
Easto.n, Pa
Oct
12—Tbe Democracy in
Northum-berland Co. is estimated at 600.
IlARBisnunii, Oct. 12.—In the Senatorial
Dist. composed of Adams, Franklin, and
Fulton Cos., Alex McClure has been elected
In Franklin Co. his maj. is 53D, while his
Denii 1I»* T^rtngla#»j k*B
in Fulton and 11 in Adams.
••lo Eleetloa.
El««tion.—lelanare
O1110
ships Rep. maj. 50o. Republicans gain a
Senator. Warren Co.. all but one township
Rep. maj. Fairfield Co. all in but 3 town
ships, Dem. maj. about 1500 Roes Co. very
close, small Rep. maj, Favette Co. as far
as heard from Rep. maj. about 300.
Rockaway county, as far as heard from,
has a Republican gain of one Representa
tive Democrats have 300 majority on the
State ticket. Muskingum county—Repub
lican county ticket elected State ticket
small Republican majority. Shelby coun
ty—100 Democratic majority Wayne Co
4o0 Democratic mujority Logan county-
500 Republican majority Columbian* Co.
800 Republican majority Miami county—
Sin) Republican majority Darke county—
250 Democratic msjoritr Portage county—
fiiO Republican majority Van Wert coun
ty— 24 Democratic majority Crawford
county—800 Democratic majojity Wyan
dotte oounty—85 Democratic majority
Stark county—271 Democratic majority
Allen county—35 Democratic majority
Seneca county lfiO Democratic majority
Summit county—about 800 Republican ma
jority Cuyhoga county—about 1200 Rep.
majority—a gain of 8110 Delaware county
—all but 5 townships Republican majority
in county not less than 350 Lorain county
—complete Rep maj—1707 Hamilton Co.
—whole Democratic county ticket elected
by from 500 to 1500 majority. Democratic
gain over last year of about 3000. Granga
county—fi towns give a Republican majori
ty ol 530 Washington county—400 Rep
maj Republican gain of 2 Representatives
Clark county—about ti50 majority for whole
Republican ticket.—a loss of 2S3 on the
vote of last year.
Clevelano. Oct. 12.—Incomplete returns
from 20 Counties give the Rej uhlicans a
gain of about 5000 over Chase's vote in '57,
and indicate a Republican majority in both
hrauches of the Legislature.
From W aahlactoB*
New
Y rk, Oct. 12.—The /braid* Wash­
ington correspondent says it is understood
that the British Minister, Lord Lyons, has
received a peremptory and important des
patch from his government, demandicg ex
planation from our government of the course
of Geo. Harney in the San Juan affair, to
which the Secretary of State is now prepar
ing a reply which will vindicate fully our
rights, and doubtless cover the whole
ground of the controversy to the satisfac
tion of the American people The whole
matter will he laid before the President on
his return to-morrow. A communication
has been received from the British govern
ment through I-ord Lyons, requesting that
their acknowledgments may be conveyed to
Mr. Ward, our Minister to China, and Com.
Tollnall, for their friendly conduct at the
affair o, the Peiho.
Despatches have been received at tbe
Department of State from our Minister at
St. Petersbnrg, stating that intelligence had
been received there that Minister Ward had
gone to Pekin. The government here place
no reliance whatever upon this intelligence.
It is no later than that already received
from Mr. Ward, which is to July 6th
The government has received nothing in
regard to tbe affair at Brownsville. In
fact they hardly credit the report-
Disturbances had occurred on several
American vessels at the Chinchas. The
Rising Sun had despatched her first and
second officers to board the Peruvian steam
er. Gen. Lerzundi was badly wounded.—
Tbe aeeond officer is since dead, and the
first is in a critical condition.
The Queen of the Seas end Moeee Sidney
also had disturbances on board on the night
of August 19th.
A revolt occurred at tha artillery atation
of Santiago. It was cheeked after tha Ser
geant who headed it had been shot.
In other parts of Chilli much discontent
prevails, and President Mont* bad obtained
from Congress aa art—i— of —lissriHaary
powers for one year.
Cricket.
PHiLAnnpm*, (»?t. 12 —Weather splendid
—attendance large. Seore—American 1st
inn^igs 01
Arrival of tba Mieaauahlp ^orth SIM* .lackaon, none S Wright. C. I»cksyer,
B- Carpinter, S Morgan, t1". I^ickever, B.
N*w
The North Star has brought the passen-
hundred on their Slate ticket they elect left San Franemco on the
ia making the entire diaUnce in tweoty-one took fiiii Fill* nptincr umniM
their Sheriff and Reorder, and two mem-
a
Oct. I i.—The steamship Carpenter, 9 Hunt, C. CofTyn, Jacksor,
•hip North St*r, S. Jenet commanding, from feuyard, C. Cnffyn, Carpenter 1 P.
Aspinwall on the 4th, with passengers and Wister, C. Coffyn, run out, Itf H. Fisher,
treasure, arrived this morning.
\%l{d I i olCuir
The specie list of the North Star amounts
to dollars.
1 he revolution in Carthagena continued
Afc«usTA, Georgia, u t. 11 —Brown's #f-
a
Gen. Scott and his suite had reached
Panama in health and safety on the 4th.
The government of the Provisional l'res-
ident, Montegle, was gutting on with appar- eleotion was held here to day. There was
ent prosperity. some skirmishit-g in the outer wards. In
The Bishop of Costa Rica, L. Lorent, ban- 1 the fc.xtb Ward, about dark, a fight occur
ished from Costa Rica for refusing to obey
row, has had his sentence commuted by
the Supreme Court to four years.
red 1.
equitable laws, has returned on the invita- 1 out, during which the poll# were closed for
tion of the ne w government. Italian h-iur. The vote was the largest
Ed. F. Conway, the young American who
was sentenced to 10 years in the Public
Works for having killed a German in a
4
1 1 1 1 1 boston. I liot lost the hrst heat
Guazauuil remainea 1 ockadeL 1.1 11
I uml the second one was a dead 0111
A. €. IT LTOft
ILL BE AT THE OFFICE OF DAVI
son
It
W
True until the 2"tli.
octr. t4
i JTIOJrDRUG 8T0MIE,
58 BvsAy Street as
P. OLDWEMER
Druggist and Chemist*
rLIE
SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs his
Friends, and the Public, that he has pur
chased the above-named s.and. where ho in
tends keeping a well-selected Stock of
rug»i
AND
Libs 11 ffyn. 2'i Cuilis B.
Jttflkaon, none Senior Jackson, s Ver«
non C. Ceaser, Ii Jackson, 5 Kephart, B.
n
,na nt
y
fo'G°vernor
1
whole State of Bolivia were in a state of Saavnuah, Oct. 11.—'The Reform Demo
seige. cratic city ticket has been eleeted. Mr.
The revolution in San Landeo was still Arnold, the cardi.late for Mayor, receiving
unsubdued.
of the^Utei
majority of 260 ^otes.^
•ewark. N, J,, lulectiea.
Newark, N. )ct. 11-—The charter
the polls and the lights w ere put
evef polled at a chart flection.
National Horse fair.
Bbsto*, Oct. 11
th.—The National Horse
Fair opened to day splendidly t'ds after-
I 1 a
nooo. A trot took place lura i remiuM of
#7od mile hea(iS
,'IMl
3 in
^,
Chica(i0 Uet l2
Co.—14
tO
sana w ister, C. Coffyn, run out, Itf H. Fisher,
B. Jackson, 4 Hollis not out Water For Governor i *•-^IR,,roo,- U69'
issen- nl#n, Carpenter, Ii. Coffyn, none. Totai i A. C. 1»oi»«b. ..
20th, —1,1 innings, 94. Parr, disabled, Julius i Fua Li. liv.
V-one TV,.*.- i.„,H... -1 lu i
liwili ClcetlM.
)rtWMD
,o
of Npw y
of
in 2\Zi,
time,
•iH The third and fytirlh heats were won
by Miller's Damsel. To morrow a race will
comfe otr between Ethan Allen, Columbua
and Live Oak, for a premium of 1SOO.
Eleetlou In HalUmore.
BftLTiMoRK, Oct. 12.—The municipal elec»
tion for Members of the City Council is be-
1
ing held to-day, and there is a large turn
gotnery county vote light. Democratic out of voters in many of the Wards. The
State Ticket majority l'inti Mitllin count}7 'polls are blocked by rowdiea against ail
—vote close Democratic State Ticket ma* naturali/.fcd voters. Intimidation and even
jority f(». In Philadelphia, Opposition gain violence is being resorted to The police,
a S e n a o w i a e w e e i o n s a i o e i u y
Puii.AiiEi.rniA, Oct. 12.—Mann's majority land carry out the instructions of the Mayor.
3 2 1 6 o a n e 2 2 1 2 e i n i 2 8 6 5 e I i s s i o e o w e v e a s o e o e
Opposition also elect ten out of seventeen club nominees will be defeated. The May
Representatives. or's office is thronged with delegations of
11 AKuiMu iiu, Oct. 12.—York county gives I the reformers making complaints of the in
275 Democratic majority, but elects one etliciency of tbe police.
opposit'on to the Legislature. Rust Peter" I
km, Opposit on candidate in the Wyoming NXW York, Oct.. 12 —The steamship Po
representative district, has been defeated tomac, from Baltimore, reports passing
by 120(» majority. Samuel Durbarrow, Op- yesterdoy all the way from Townsend Inlet
position, has been elected in Adams county to Great Egg Harbor, large quantities of
to the Legislature by 2V majority'. Beaver wrccked material apparently belonging to
county e.ects two Ipposilion members to I a steamer, all the wood work being painted,
the Legislature by 550 majority. Mr. Im
brie, (Ipposition candidate for State Sena- *ow* Mestloa.
tor, has »..0 majority over Scranton. The
_y,-r„
th, fonr
graph ujficextn Iowa—Them
town­
returns from th'
election held in that State vesterdav conn
in very slowly. The v.te received thus far
is about the same as two years since, when
Ixwe was elected by 2l()0 maj. Scott Co.
gives the Rep. State ticket about 2mi maj
Louisa Co. 50 Henry Co., about 700 Jef
ferson Co., 150 Dubuque Co., about 1500
maj.Jor the Dem. State ticket and Des-
MO. Mflm, dap* must elanee befaw
the result will be definitely ascertained.
TO-DVTS ADVT'S.
fhtmirals,
affnlidtM*,
Oils, Casey Article*, and Perfumery.
er.Mcd i- ines to be had at all hours of the
day and night. [octlOdtl.
Trustee's Sale.
WHEREAS,
on the !-,th il:ay of Julie A.
1). Wiiliiun I. Hannah and Hes
ter If., his wife, executed unto David S. True,
as Trustee, a certain Deed of Trust, convey
ing to said Trustee the land in Sett county,
Iowa, described as folh-ws, to-wit Lot No.
sixteen [It*:, in block No. lour
t4in
And now, snid proin'.i-ory note having be
come due and {layahle, and the said William
I). Hannah having tailed to pay tbe same, I.
David S. True, Trustee as aforesaid, do hereby
givu public notice, that by virtue of the
power which is in me vesud by said Deed
of Trust, 1 will, on Friday, the 4th day of No
vember, A. D. 1^-Ti9. st the hour of -j o'olock in
the afternoon of said Jay. at the Court ilouso
door, in the city of Davenport, expose and of
fer for sale, at public auction, the parrel of
land above described, or so much thereof a»
shall be necessary to satisfy and pay tlio
amount of .said note, with the interest thereon
to the day of sale, together with all the costs,
and expenses attending said sale, costs of this
notice, and Trustee's fees.
DAVID S. TRUE,
oct!3 ts. Trustee*
N I O A S K I N E K & 0
WHOLSBALB BEALBXB IM
Segmr* mud Tobmceo,
Davenport, l»w«.
Ian*
Back (Im m4 Mlttea Ageicy.
WHOLESALE.
H. €. ilRMICHAEL,
IWwimlHt,
I agect of one of tbe largest manufacture's in
V.T.. forth* tale of Bwefc Kit
Was
an4 Otovss, and Is pr
spared to acll
6H4I at Baftora PTICM*
yfOHv and Ooantry Merchants pies** can anl
•saalne goods before pnnhaslassiscwber*.
CENTS PER WEEK.
NAMES OP CANDIDATES. 1 I
LLK« TH»\ lihil'UKji oi SCO'11 NTV, C(H nth Ks:,y.
•i
pr
5*
•I
or
J. W. TiMursoN ins
Rnwis- Smith. »43
1W. t.lKLSY llrtti
VJAMKS giisN... iif-7
|». F. lit"k 1164
For
IteprVnt'tv's i.Iamks Gamrlb.
1'AtM tR..
(B. K. Hi Itilis.
p„
O E 1 A O S A E O K K A S K
BAVKIUFOBT !*IAHKET.
Dill.Y HSPCRT.
Ori ii or Htmii RAT aho Nrws,
W diii-Mlav Bv.-nniK Oct. IV, IS6'.»
We 'IQote nplaml prairie at gl.Tn'cfch 00.
T.aa*—In gool
.li-man'i at Upline, for shipping
Bititss—In good demand for family uc. We
qtl'it- coo daily at 17(u'2or common flrkln and roll
at 12 V.i/15*-.
/l
Dkisd Peat iiES---ITnpared 11 Kc wholesale and
16cretail pared 36c retail.
GoDrign -A good art iris 8c retail.
CMcaco .tlarhet.
ONIONi—Nothing di.lOK.
Potatoes—Vrry dull at Jli®!^.
Parker's
iiildilioii to the city of Davenport, together
with the dwelling house and ull other improve
ments thereon situated, which said ••••nveyanco
was made by the said William D. Ilannnti and
wrfe for the purpose of securing the payment,
of one certain promissory n"te, and the interest
thereon, signed by the said Willium D. Han
nah, dated the lMh day of June, i s.'.!', for tho
sum of one hundred and ten j*U dollars,and
payable lo the order of It. (i. Adams sixty
10' uays afterthe date thereof.
Corn—Receipt* ma1 and market firm New in
car .Ml" o mixed HiiiOJc while, 1-9
OATS—R*'li»-r weak Light 46^ Rood sn jirlini
t'.7"i4S:: choice, 4^C'fiS(i'-
Hiriv —Firm O od and prime Spring, 63^|66s
prim- Fall 77 S"
OM 'Hi—V'-ry dull st 4-
I'OIATIIEI—St'-ady at 62%(%.rc for ptim^ Me
all ari r.. i
fcl AK8, I HKW 4 CO.,
SAViiKR T1F.S, X.
ers
We hsve on baad at matszln*, BOO packages Tow- 0(G|,
der.
til fie and Sporting
Blaitlag Powder and Saftty Fbm.
Parties wishing larre supplies of Blasting Powder
woa.d do well to address u.s.
ty Al.1. POWOBR WABBAN'TKD.^X
VmCAUO ACD! b»N CLVM PMtMWM
i'O WItKK.
TPair
HIS Powder t'jck THE flrst prem UM at the iats
I
cans by
Warrantee Deeda,
Doeda of Trust.
Quit Claim Deeds,
Trustee Deeds,
Mortgags Deads,
Chattel Miorlgag**.
NUMBER 307.
2
3
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17
24
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61
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68
68,
68'
87
66
1*3
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98
671
68
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S|fi
Slfi
1
H. I.INIlgKMAN.
Co. Judge.
f4'
96
4
50 217
71 271
47 ISil
229
52
72 2 4
1117
874
)ru4s Wbttos
For Sheriff, ft J«
u a u n i &
oV
ir-fS^X*!
For Coroner H'^ 1| ''AKKkt i
|A. h. AXWKI.L.
F( 1'o.nYn'r -\n„S- 7"KV 1
(OKII. Dknms. i
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2'i
58
74 247
4 7 1
7f. "40
4. 21 a
7'i 2 ,ii
15 221
7o 2
I. 219
Til
Mi
17j
28
18
22
lv
Far 8ale*
among shippers. Tbe iiarkct for Onions Is dall and 160*' on Wwttto ATrav.
tl^vy. The excitement of two or ll.ro- wet k. ago
ikippers ho'dinR off fer thst pnrT''Be
A large quantity of grain of all klndi was deliv
ered on tin- levee for thlpmei't to-day, but the boats
werat behind time, and consequently we do not git*
the amount.
Br.'ow we give the figures of receipts ami quota
tions, shipments of Pi,.nr. Jtc for tc-.lay
Flour—Steady and Urn. Shipments ?00lb|s to
New York, and 100 bbU to Chicago. We quote New
Spring Bxtra at $4 wholesale and $4,40 re
tail old wheat flour $5,00
WiaEiT—Market very ilrm and buuysnt at S6#C7
Reci-lpts 4,130 ba.
Corn—Maiket heavy and slow at 35&Sfc. Be
celpt- ISM bu.
Oats—In good demand and Arm at 80(431
eprime
to choice. Receipts »4t» bn.
Babi.ky—Market cutInues firm, and demanl ror
shipping ir -od at 4ma
45c for gned to prime and choice
KecelpU 3310 bu Shipments 300 bu
•n,h"gz*rv?:mrT~ i
Potatoes—In good shipping dsniand, aud active
at aii''.i»40c fareonimi.n to li i|ce, the latter fer choice
Mi shannocKB Kec ipts 41S bu
Ha*—Mv k.'t. lu good condition with a large sop-
pif.
|OWB hundred ar.d twenty Rending |sla IB a*
"A lilltlun l.i tbe towu of Port Byron.
neve lot* are nyrtMr and bai'lsomely altuatad on
To-day has 1,,-c, .)at,e w.,m aKaln-aple..l,d wea- n,e ",U-"old
ther for brlfiKiok'm Fur particulars of D«rh», Fratt A
BqhIu«i« rhther |u! in tbedontitic brmcb- Oo,( Port Bjron, OhtrlM J. Ik
es. althioi.-h ,n»W. r.l.:e activity wan manlfeaud °f „„n,,
Want of ro f(.r nloring Tic- mill, rs onRht tlu
bulk of whi a', at liJc. Tlie maikrt is n.iufor W heat
Barley and Oats, but for new Corn It is rattier wrak I'01*
Pcttt.cs ntimie hinyatit, and in itood requsat
A,en,
iDthe Rttatl Drj UiMils 1r»4''. Alao, !)timbfr|«fi d^ntrablr of I ami In
Th»* Or%in and Frf«duce mnrk' w a not an ^srilcl of fav**vijorl and L»* Clair* and
at usual—i.ne or twi, he,vy ihlppi rii hohliug off for
lDMKk n
MH"ug» ana Chemical*,
r«rfuufry aa4 Fascy Articles.
Oiskss—Western HisarveSc wholesale and 10# pBVSIOIANS' PBR8i:RIPTIONB arrnratelypre
I pare.) at ail hours of the day 'ir night.
1 8 e a i
Hams—8ood sngar cured Me retail common
10c
Shoulders.—Good, 7c wholesale, and retell, 9c
canvansod. i
The attention o»the I.aii:ks l» es|«-lall- Invited
i.thestock of PEsrirMKiir and Kasct AaTKies,
lil' are from the best English, Preticl andOerman
anafactnrers.
fhrAtvu flrom Phy ft
Onisn BsEr llo wholesale anl lie retail. Who wl^h to sapp yth lrolBce», will he filled on rea
PHir.n Applss—A gimd article «jreted at lie eonahle terms, wtth artklce of the beat qoallty ob
ebolt-sale and |-^c Mail. alnal.le, from the most reliable American and Hiiro.
|ran
Tu sday Krenlng Oct. II, 1869.
Fl/tVR—Active si,il tlrm Cli' ics Sprim Batras
4 ir.oi4 211
Wukat—Firm No 1 Sprini, 60c Mo 2 do 7?Kgl
79 «1 In store.
('orn—Advmced
2(a,8e
Canal, ^0] afloat In
Imp liters and Manufacturers.
Dacos and Medicines of every descrlptioa fera^sb
ed to
COCVTBY MERCHANTS
On the most reasonable terms.
September I, IBS.
ffECh'IR'8 FAR/NA,
Hcttkk—Steady at 12 a 11c for flrkln M#IB*tor
cb ice i»iry. i MiugMfordN Corn Starch,
Koos—Stes'ly at IIK p'loi I
AIUi—In K Hid 1' maud at II sc. And other similar srllslsa, fer tb3 nse of families
Ilinrs— Mark'-t qui-t .t ifivnifivie for dryfltati sad lavslMs. OB«»«OD,
Kk'sj for gr« en ralt-d Uttl4: for dry do. sen" IM Bradf s».
St. l.oula llarket.
Ti.e-'l.y, Oct. II, ISM.
PLf a—Firmbt-.t |ul CltyBnpe fln» 4 20 low
grade C'tin-ry.:: fi'ij Double Ha'ra.5 76
WHEAT— i n i o u n e S i n .it ,1 Club,
80a.^1' c.n.nioi aud fair Ka 1 teta,92*c grod to
prime Kail 9.Vdil nti i.til-'tly prime atdcrolre Fall,
l.os'ail 10
wtT
f*o«M0«r
In kens, half kegs, quartar kegs an.L canl§L- rs.
WEEKLY STATE
S3 3 r-
i I
i i
76 24U, 167 122:
215 #5 135
to UA lis
-2 aii ,6 136
—II 187 121
iS 240 li»« 121
li -o'J l,-»h Jo
111 219 98 13s
41 217 94 la-,
4«| 2'JO 9.'! 1 ','.
o-i 2-'i7 14y| 116,
5(1 21 s 100 111
57 2»8 15M 122
('.• 2-ti J47 124
75 231 155 ljt
4 al5 y« 187
2-1 94' i:
loo
4#
S»3
va.
U
forjudges ^L. 1». ,*inikTo-, jyjy
of tin- H*i iiwin ufle,
(T. S Wilson. ..
•M'haklks MA^OK 833
(C. C. C01.K AN
24
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23
18
24.
24
24!
17
17
17
22
lu
20
21
24
17
7
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129
12:.
13(ii
102
150
122
51
8«.
25
82
24
Tii
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25
75
So
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2..
si
25
124
137.
125
M6
131
66
93

92
57
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58
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13.
/^sVad?V^rt.
For Sale or
ni'*r P°rt M»ron
or
,, ,. 1
sons that may il^flre to laane for a n-rm of y«ar»
tli mand for -Inppit belliK but soisl.. y,,
folIoW
|„r
prn |Mrty
n
_„"
nov«0
snbdlvtoloim to salt pnn-Hasnra par
In thectly of l»a*enport, vl* S
block l»—!Wafret frabtlas oa id stra»t,
M(r
In this esculent, anl Its r'iult, have taiisrd a slow So f"»t fmntlnK on Western avene'.
demand ever since. Oats will p-ob iMy dn llne •aleiidln ISO fr-t back with aa all»j
.. ,, Sarh t,|,tr of tbe lot.
few cent", as i.«n as the home demuud Is supplied,
'kH o-,«
fn W#A
18.— ^0 feet fronting»a Sd street.
Scott St.
la hloek W.—no st.
tan 4U St.
WO fa Barrli'on
mm Ripley *1.
In Meek 91.—ISO ai •th st.
isn a Wari^eM.
In block 11.—ISO Mh at.
l«0 Brett al.
is Mochas.—am Waateni SVSBae
ISO atb st.
ISO 1th st.
a Mock S8.—ISO Brown at.
ISO ith st.
la hlock 9.— SA Stb street, atstSB.
ding back llOfaat.
Per farther paatieolars, enquire of
JOB* BIBB,
I
And A
sent, Bo. In Brady street.
DRUGGISTS.
8. W.
S O O
I K
—ANIl—
& a o e u a a
ltt Brahv Street,Above fins Stbeet.
S. W. OBOOOD.
(tax's #rtxtla«,
—AUV—
Cooper's i»ingla»»* 8ago,
OATS—Active, and advanced lc Canal Bermuda Arrow Baot. Tapioca,
all iat N" I, in »:.ire :Wi
HAhLEV—I»ecini.dl/a2c Ne In store 6Jc R«blsse«n'e Pateat Rarlev.
FALL AXU HIMER CL0TH1K4*!
AT
K K A I i e O
MAMMOTH CLoTHINr EMPORIUM,
36 Went Beccnd Street 30
OI'PO. COOE
k.
SABQRNrS BABE.
WEOne'siiwhich
are .,nr In receipt ur fall and Winter
a-e un^urpaa-ed in thli etate,
a id we ati II tbem lowe* than any e.t. I. lat.ment
that s'Jvrtisrs to sell al
'ib
nnlghh ,rn We have
p«r :*nt. below tb«lr
TBE BEST t'J'TTKR
In the cltj, and warrant sll onr goutias repre
sen'."d.
AMBOT POB LAfLtN. SMITH A BOIES »OW- Flir»iahlna €»OOdB
T)KR MII.I.S, of every variety »nd of the 1st'st styles.
Onr stock of Cloths, Ca s meree, Veatlags, etc, to
tbe
BROLFHT
tO
thl§
SGENU fjr tbe manufaciur- O^SSAJPIRSBOERD Palate, Butdata he. Ala*
par Vasietae
RVAK8.CBEW A OO
oill-d6w
Corner of Front asd Brady st*.
Blanks' Blaaka!!
AttMbnnt OTtlli
Power or Attorner,
Onglntl Mottoes,
Jtutloee' BlanBB,
Sberlflh Blanka.
OonfBelona
IHARKOT,
As an examination win show.
Call anl «©k throegb nor Imnienee stock and be
come sa l«: ed of the trnth of our as.ertp.n*.
K A I A CO.,
Bo 36 West Bee ir .trret,
'Havenport. Iowa.
September 27, WY. sepSS dlw-wt*
Wall
Very fTae ap
PAvei
C. SHEPHERD A HON,
Rave retnovsd
BUMBBB 19 EAST gEOOBD STBBBT,
LIRNIBB welnvlUail rsqattlnS Roods In onr II
W of bns|n*a«, lo call AR1 JOl,(e for th«ma*lv*»
Ctld r.WJil Cmftt.
ol the I'nitedHtates Agriciltnral Soctrly IN SA4 CAASSit,
a te-t with H.sarrt'.I and otter w»ll known brands _.H-, UOID ,AJ O iaaaMO gha3*S. PEA
fer *ale ia 4
.h« al
Poaiad.
'OH I
AI
POCK ST BOOK, £atatf In
for i.atl n ean b- tod by tbe owis-r where te
may
ot
detail Ins some aorey la
P0CEBT BOOR, f»al
i. at i n ean b"
name by call
h'sa tha name by calling at t» Is ogles,
septll-tf
If
Bathing *lparaH*».
air. K1BOS an hand and made to erdsr bp
(T
111*1
omr
JtidMBsaat,
OoaasaBlea* Blanka,
ondB,
al IBs
ITATI laaBopAT 'f«®*
gaasgsh.a
Flefuni
w a i a o
(ftwad sffssws rirtlsflss u
fbavsb noroaao to omn.
ATh
LIO hesss sast*etly ea head an hlada Oh
twa. i Ojassss. MMs, Otla,
atty.
sspH vaa
DBN60M
E V E K S A E O O I i
is rrSLitHEii sveav
a i A V O W I
s Lnut.ri.iAiTtrs,tT
o o E A N N U I A V A V U i
Bates ef Ad*«rii,|a| tbe w" hi*.
OB* «qn*i»("f l2lii*a, i,ih w*»k.... ^i
a liiti..ti*i ina^t- ua
ltir tqaar* •. .iitii MM
ft
lhrei twrtitbs. -j n
six in 'lllll..
in
Onr "u'litnii onr r*ar o«
CARDS.
s K a
AC., B0.
I A s
8TBBBV
mxatMM, rnviTs
ANU
Osti ail m*.
i»1«
62) ltW
63
4K 97
69, 63
00' lo3
5i i»-i
51 l".l
Ml 51
51 64
50 61
51
51 59
50 101
5 2 I
51 101
50 56
51 59
61 54
51 lOij
59 61
49 hi
58 91!
•'.1 i8i
50 5s
4» 99
54 5H!
5 o
52 51
51 1«2
60 5.|
51 lUi
5o 5.
81
"6
7tf
25
81
81
81
25
25
S:.
»l
s.
8(1
ATTORKKV
RTrnnnmiam
BUTTKR, EGGS. AO.
ia. riBBnoai,
IMSl
B. A MMHIfl.
.ni,i ,i,n rt|..r at I
.aw om^Be U
Boii-'.tlifr. Ma ii tr^et, up0i«lr*, Iav»f|.
8c«'*t Cf» WHi att* rut (itnmptf? In all
l»rif»«at'*rat thai ma\ b- u* ttn».
1«» tfor. lair* Urant, Pavrnpnrt, and Hmi.
MriiihIVark«, N. ft. atur«T7-Hl
I». Blaiaa, .H.
Hspeetfnlty
AVlNOiociit. Iln t'i" City Pav np- rt re
solictla Hi* patroness nf lh»elta^a.
Havlns hail I'lta eiprrienc.- In the tr«etmset of
DISK APIS OP TBB KTB,
wri aire tbem. tn«rttier with other Fractles^ Ms
falttiful atten l..n,
or Oflr* gt*4y
street, ar*t Main abe*e the
Po»i Ogm lei-Sea*
M. Blil'l II, 31. D.«
RR.opRCTFI'I
I Y SOUi lTSTBBPATBOBAtB
ot tils fil*siliant tbe |obllc.
Orrii i:--N'.. Nlckslln Block, over th* BasB.
aac^H 'o-tl
CI XKL.K I VOR'S
N K W I A I
l^OR Fam II* use, Tallorias psrioam, Baddl'ry,
A- Warrsnt to glare rtlrr ratl*fai ii.,ii than
any other niachln*! In market, or atnney ittaM.
Wan'.eil, All ASetit II, tin- cllv
Address, PINK LB A LVON,
•epIS-tf 603 Broadway, (Ml.
(•OB A Hiri tl'M.
CRiriGO 8TKAM DYE WtBIS,
10H IJfiarborn and 123 Clark Bla.
1jAl'IS'
Bilk, Hallii and W, n|rn ffhaw?* and
|rr..,n ,,r very it«a iIptmi. tMeai.rd ni! Uyad
tu x|i| enr i |iial io new, at a trlnmu i.»t,»inl »!.•.
Genii-' I osti. Vent* and Paoln, ai.-«ily aai'l .-ipaall
i uilv Cl-ani-'l. Hyi-,1 and aepalret P^nd enters
y ct|ire«. arptlil l-ut^n
lllwBoluiioia.
TUB
ciipsrlt 'tfclil'.' h»r«tofo».- lifting moler lh*
Irm »D.| nnme o( Van RteraA Mlfle. lathiadav
by in mi imI -"ii— lit '1|h» vi I. Mr. I) W Van R»»ra
will c.n,t i.ue tbe haiikinn and Kxctatg ba»ua».
smt is i i i I, r« to une the nauir of the late grata
liqaililet inn.
Ii-witi, lns.i, Oit..Nr I, nr.*.
II. W. VAN BVRBA.
JAM MM J. 8I.APB.
.. Nalin1.
AM,
PKRSON8 knowing ih"m*etve» imlahtwi
me ,,ii t...ok a'M.iif.t, will mil and wltle tba
same with Win. W. Parker, as I have tbl« lay*4d
Snd Iralmfei ti ll u jr l.tlre arroiinl- t" hlni.
8.
J. C. I'AHBBB.
Davanport, Hept, IS, lhi9 IS-llw
liMOK OIFKK AND Nriifc 91
ILIA
Jone* 9
It.
i'Ba,
V I I 6 0 S I I
TTJTB are now prepared to fnralsh pare sat
W ground OOPPBIB AMD SPI0B8. Alaa,
Qreen ooffeo,
aoaated ooflBe,
WBOla
SBd at* the appalaieil agents of Baywam BOB."a
IWPKNIUH BOAPB.
Bsalsrs ate M|ssdsl *e sall a
arias al tin. bars.
FUK AM* ARTIILI IN
tlM Rmm Varatalil^r
CALL OB SMITH fc BBMINOTOM,
HO Kaat Mseesl sW
Refrigerator*.
riMB ASS0BTMB1TT POB 8ALB BT
mavT
HanI A BBMINOTML
W A E O O S
DIPFRBKNT kinds and styles, for saiahp
•Mm B. BBMIB9TMI.
O o a I o a
fl'ltl nrderntgn'-d Is prepared to mpptr the eMt'
B. /'-n-i of Davenport with a saperlor artkleetf
I i n o i s o a
«t In yaid at the rr rn'-r of
BBADT AND rirTH 8TBEET8.
All orders a. ompan|.-I l.y lie ra.h prior |a BhS
IRth (ictobrr, will l.e (i.|.-d at in ,, cli |rr baafi.t at
the yard *n I »f'-r tl a' data al n n\-t II cent* |i«t
bini' so I. na as .al i- lni.ll.it'd acn-» tbe Mi.
SlrSlppI Itlvrr Bll'lg'-, llid I have a r»»he| ill aha
Market P. L. CABLB.
October 1,1869. oet lw*
To the Cltlzeas of DiTdpirt,
A N V I Y
O E
TAKBS
tbi4 opportanltr I railyoar attesu—ta
his
1*aa
11 and Wlntart
Klark of taoada,
Cjrs'.Ming In par* af Preath Cloth, Csssl—i*s eat
V-st!iigi. all of the
LATE8T
ATFXIWr
AMl» a
LARGE VABIETV OF rAIIH.HU,
u
Which
will
Hake I'p lo Order!
1VI
Warraat ta Fit the aost FtstWMi
Also, a fine assertmat af
Furnishing flood*
1
AKb
Meadi-Jladc Clolhiai,
Of Oar Own Manafsctsre, whlh we will v II at
Frleee te lerretpead with h* iasfc
9.
S*p21-dla
Bsn-Y,
B*R""|
Is. CONS,
4'ook tllovrils
OA M^fEBENT Pattrrna of Cook Stovea i
zi\ 1 i xhihlllon anal
las Waie Itwonis ot
mavT
fit
Pattrrna of Cook Sti
for sale at the Bee** Paraleh-
SMITH A BBMIMOTO*.
Odar Coonly Hondo.
AO
t\CU\
Ogar(V.uaty 10 per e»at beads
$1,200 dsr Coanty rrdera for sal*
IT 0. hUJEMCLLKB A CO.,
#»pt|0 Ortega' BtasB.
MMS. ALLKH'S
Salr Reator«r.
-AUO,
HWi
Lyoa*i Bathalroa,
•erri'a TrlcaplwraBB»
Aad a gr*es Tsrtsty *f et»«r ptsperaWae.
Hair.
i v e y a a a a K a
CBAB.
riiB*a» tiiiBIIB,
(flkr. Arrr
ssM la.,)
CABBTAOBB
Be
i at IB, IPWA.
ssrf Tshlilss sI altaWMHi
ba asd ready Isv mmttm sAell Bsafeed Bar
-i i ,c4l
A**

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