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DAILY DEMOCRAT NEWS
•ACDIMI. RlfHABBMR CO.
raoraurroas.
TIMil A. MAOCIBB,
no. B. WMT,
B. M.
nOlilMH,
J«n a.
oivbm.
TERm ABVKHTIIIira.
u Amen
upon
tri
0AVBNPORT AWOCUTKI PRMSi
Mmr lit., 1857.
OB •(•ill or ttllf I LIIM
Osiilt}
Two lijn,
T» r.. :11k
Pour days.
Five
One weefc(
T«r Weert,
Three weeka
I OH
a re.
1 00
1 IB
1 AO
ITS
too
*00
400
Oue month,
Bis weeks,
Twi.
month*.
Three months
Pcnr month*,
Mi
7 AO
8 oO
f*1
1000
1 year. no change, ISoo
8 aquare* I year USnfl
For half aqaare two-U lrJi of the above rates
Kualneaa Cards rotUesce««t line* |H) on per an.
F..r eich change an additional (hii|« of U cent#
per square will he mad*.
Larger apace itiarged atthe rate of $7 3* for each
ad'liiionai |ii»re.
VllTH I TO ADVritTIBBRa.
Uric call charged finable the tame dlmeaaleas if
type.
displayed advertiaeEsnta on»haJf more thai
linn' rata*.
V.-arly advertising contracts will he nnderstood to
apply strictly the linni. »ir hualneae of the adver
tiser, and all ott,.-r advertisement, sent 111 by the ad
verti.erwlll l-i liar*'-'! dlra.
Advertisements not accompanied with Instractkins
Will lieinaerte.l until forbid, *nd charged accordingly.
Notices Pr religtoua and benevolent purpoeea in
•erled .me lira* iree of coat, thereafter charged a*
oilier advert laeriicnts.
Advertisement. from abroad must be paid for Ml
•'in«6/v in nttrant *, unless from approved iftnti
Contrast* lor vearlr advertising terminable at the
option al i ,-"m. ll. pautm an advancement of
Vi per "in on tli' oiitract price.
Advertisements inaerte.l mil to reading matter
Bo per ri-nt. ailv*iif oil above rates, and kept on Ul
I le. UA •-lit advance on regular rati
Ai.
tranaitnt advertisement* must BE paid for Id
Bivsix e.
CARDS.
#«IIN JOHNS, «B.
ATTORN IT AT LAST.
OPFU'B,
Bonth Rut corner of Brady and Second
atresia. I'patalra. ecill
1»R. P. II. WORI.EY,
1 |OMEI'AT!IIC I'HY.ICIA.V OFFICE
I 1 'Iml Residence, Ho Itiady Street, in the
bouse formerly occupied by Dr. Gibson.
Oet. U (It*.
U. UOOIiWIN. J, B. MILLBB. «. T. TUOO.
liOOllWIN, MII.I.RR & m.,
(I
1 EN ERA I. COMMISSION MCUCHANTS
No. '1, '|TV 111 II PIMiH, St. Mo.
ont. 14, lltl.
J. J. WAI.I.KV,
IAMDkiv'
AQMT INI) RRAI. IHTATE BtOKRB.
A will
•(x-nlal
A HBID, D.
1'UYBH IAN AND SVROEON.
Orni i-So 2*, corner Halo and Third atrieta,
Oav iiport, Iowa.
Ir H' l'l can he rrnanlted it hH office at ill l.onri
of thi diy or «i||lit, oup nt prof«hklouill) engaged.
aep25
JOMHUA BI RR,
ii
MKAIIV HTHI:i:T
AOBITTH
COMMISSIONED.
Omoi-No S Davenport'* Block. Bntnnce on
Main (treat. JalrU dfcwly
NKW PK*lM*VI,VAKIA HVCSi:,
Cor. if 4th «*d low* Ka Divanpart, lawa.
DAVIS k RUNS, Proprietor*.
J^RKB
Ommhna to and fr( thi- Car* oflce for
B'agfi (tring for clalf, Prlnce'on, Lyons,
li' Wltt, Maijui kata an I Anamoaa.
far- «n«. lloiUr i day. 111(31.1y
JOin I HII.LN,
TTOBNBV AND
COHNSBLOa
ATTOItNBTS
AT
LAW,
and Noiarv Public.
Orpin—Davenport a Btocfe, Davenport. Iowa.
un.ii. ptirw*M. a. uaii.
HliT% VI A I.KAKK,
AND ('OI'NHKI.OHS AT LAW. and
Noiail'a PuLlio UtH(e, No. '^.r Main atreet,
Davenport, towi. Msylldtf
a. I). OOBODON. WM. MALL
MlfllHM If tl.U
ATT0RN1V3 AWD i:ot'N8Ri l.oRS
AM
LAW
AND NOTAIIIKH PfBUO.
Offlrf—Wor'h-we*t corner of Brady and Second
atree'*. ut~Htltr«—entrance on Brady strert.
Jnl«86-ltr
TtVI.OK A- HAI.I.OIID.
WWf BKCilSn HTHBBT. (I OI.A1RR
»,) D»»ent. rt Iowa, wholesale and retail
d- llera In Dtt'K* M' dlrlli. K. Cti( if IcalK,Paint*, Oils.
Window Olaaa. Fanry Article*, Perfumery, Mineral
Teeth, 4o|d F'll. kr., hr Hch*
NV.
j.
pakkkr
Y S I I A N A N S V O E O N
OFHradv
PI OR—with Measrs. Bcger A Bowers, Mo. M,
"treat.
Order* left wttb them wttl receive prompt atten
tion. nov94
FBANK Pl.fMCM, «EO VAUHOSIB,
Pl-I !«IKR Sc VAN HOSEN,
ATTORVFTa
ind Counsellor* at Liw, ind Nets-
r|e* Public. Aijo aitt nta for the OhartTOak
fire tn». «?o„ Hartford, Conn., Oipltal 4*00,000
Olty Fire In.Co.,New Haven, $600,040,
Ofllce Le ('.litre Block, Davenport. aepT
coHHn A- now,
ATTORNBTH
AND CnrNflKLI.OM At LAW
ANI
NOTARIES I't'Bl.l'-"
Office—At Maeklot A Onrbln's tnohaafi effiae,
Davenport. Iowa. oelBtf
JOII^i N. 4 HAUr«»R|,
ATTORNMY
AND OOITN8EIXR AT LAW, AND
Notary Public.
O^rio*— Nli kolln' Block, tipstslra. JaSO
MeTAHN COATRS,
W O E S A E O E S
rORWARDINO fc COMMISSION MIROHAlfTd,
NO. 1 OST STBkET.COHNSIOF BBAOT,
Davenport, Iowa.
WB
ire constantly in receipt of Fraah Grnesr
lee, which we otT-r at Whole**1*. for caah, it
tbe lowest rice*, and u. which w Invite tho atten
tion of dealer* In city an^ country. miyT Aw
Ciip«tltt«a is th« Spice «f Trade.
rpo CONFORM to the tlta*s, tbe BCOTT llorSI
bia reduced the price of tranatent to ona doilir
per day, ind peman. nt hoarder* ire now taken at
three dollira per week and npvrirda. Ii I* oar de
termisiUan thai this ihill hi the bMl dollar bona*
la
tkas«t,
sf" 1. nnMFnri«T,
RIIKTIM HOI ME,
CORNER OF IOWA 4 FIFTH STREETS
DAVKNPOaT, IOWA.
»ch«Wtf
XMMTH
IXTRAOTRD BT A NBW PROOSSa
wttbont eccaaioning any delay or pala whatever
U I U S E S E O V i
Dealal RMrgeoa.
orvioa— In Merwln'1 Bloefc, 8S ferry, betwaaaSd
aad dth street*.
Having eompleted arringament*, be Is now pr»
Mred to eitfaet teeth by idmlttlng 1
alight eirrant
at electricity around th« wxiih at the of oxtrae.
ilea, thereby altering 11 pain att"nd.M BMoaal
toBStlng by the ordinal niethod.
Ihepatlent baa a f»M knuw.sdKe of whit la
ag, aid there are
dm
r«j.nla.u n ^Idre., Eiuu,
Uhm-
DAILY
ltaiMMrt, fcnvemker 2» I SAB.
•ye. M. Acrtvaa. ti feartootn str**t, C-'Icago,
I* uiktfMIt recelvt advertisement*
fer tats pi
per.
mail abhanoemsjwtb
Times opariof and oW«u.i malls In the Daveepert
KarriMa Kail., arrive^ at 6:4^ a and 5 CO
clo*
Soctiimn II..
Y
att'itloii to rentinK h-.u»» and
ooilertltiK renin Alio, luv, *ell, eirlnngn. leane
aal pav t«ei on real fitat)' i negotiate loan*, riao
In-^land tltUa, »c he.
Orrn t—at Klak.'inorn S. Lawea* Bank, No 17
Brady atrwt, Davenport, lewa oiarlU4m
from Lfui*muBootbeni Mia-
aonrl, aral»e, at i to clo*e* at »:16 A a.
VwictH Aan HntTm a" Iowa MAIL, arrive* II
riot.** It 9-30 e
ll.i iaoia W v
4 46
RIVEH MAIL,
a
Man.,
1 aea at II A a and &
KivbR
Man.
H'.ltb. in
Louia. the
inding rlverlowna aboveHt.
Mt*»oon
in eluding river town* from
iiiah MAIL,
em'i kiiday
IIkad
We
i
for Ihe ea|e of Nyorllag
••4 Hli'tlag Fawdir, iud Will |'*a*.
nrl'KO-dkwtr
J. W. OI ITKAI
A TTOMNKT AT LAW, NOT AMY PUMLIC
AND
I
afternoon ihowed
iirong iyniptonoi of rain or toov.
the
44
Diamond Weddine,"
on tho inside of to*day'a piper. It ia de
cidedly rich.
v-
Curry b#s some very fine ap­
ple*, juat reetdvod. They are going off like
hot cakea.
We
notice a good d»?al of building
going on in town this falL It is mostly be
low hixth street
Ili..—Wo regret to learn of the
severe illneea of Alderman Morltv. He lua
baen confined to his houae fur aome daya.
are without our telegraphic
daspatches this morning, tbo line being
down.
Tine now pier of the railro«d Iwidfe
ia a decided improvement over the old one.
It looka better, ia better, and gives better
sat iaf action.
Ukukmher
Tub
the Philharmonic Con­
cert to-night, at Metropolitan Hall. It ia
expected that this concert will be the
crowning glory of the Society.
City Dads will have a meet­
ing today. Wa believe the board are all
at home, so we may expect a full meeting
and heaps of work.
Personal.—We
notice the jolly
phiz of onr young friend John H. Eaelt.Esq.,
circulating about town once more. John
haa been apending a few tnontha in the ex
treme southern etates.
large numbers yesterday afternoon, nope
they scattered a good portion of their sur
plus cash among our merchant!. An excel
lent opportunity ia offered for them to do so.
The
great lines ot railroad which
run from Chicago eastward, are about rais
ing their tariff of freight Thia baa cauaed
a decline of 16 cents 00 flour in the Chicago
market
Our
n. n.,
steamboats are all making
mnny thia fall. The freight business is
better and prices higher then they have
been for two yeara pa at. Many of our ahip
pera prefer sending their produce to Chica
go, thinking they can do better by so
doing.
Locals, like hen's teeth, were de­
cidedly scarce yesterday. The dispensers
of justice had nothing to do but suck their
thumbs and eat pea nuts from morning till
night. We are promised an asaauH or two
to-diy, and if possible a larceny and rape
ease.
Excellent.—The
A
tho* MMts whtah are ofte*
Wantrd to Exchange.
Atho
BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOT IN
city of Hastings Minnesota, Territory,
for new or second handed furniture. A fear
gain will be given. This town is located on
the Mif«i«»ip|ii Itiver, thirty-five miles below
Bt. Paul, in Dicoti County, and ia tbe Coun
ty ssat of aiid County, haa a population of
from two thousand to twenty-five hundred
and is at the present time doing ia much
business is my other city of not more than
double its population on the Rivsr. Satis
factory reasons given for wanting to ex
ehange. A warrantee deed will be given.—
Tho property is free of all incumbtaooe, good
"f'i to lb.
Campbells gave
a tip top performance on Monday evening
to a full house. The audience was large
and fashionable, and the entertainment add"
ed to the reputation of tk* company. Eo»
core, gentlemen.
We
noticed
All
Lieutenant Governor
Rusch in town yesterday. He appeared to
feel so good he could taste it. Great ia the
joy that awells his bosom, for verily he ia
the man that carried the Republican party
on hia shoulders to victory. Qreat is Ruach,
and J. Bangor Thorington is no whar 1
Saist's
Day.—Yesterdaywas
very generally observed by our Catholic
fellow eitizens in this city. Divine service
was held in the different Catholic churches,
and eloquent and impressive addresses were
delivered. It is pleasing to notice with
how much regularity and sincerity the
Catholics observe all those days appointed
by their church for worship.
Fine Pictcrb.—In
tbe thow
window of Wallace'a Jewelry Store we no.
tice a very fine painting representing a col
lection of fruit The different pieces ap
pear to be laying on the table, and are as
astural as life. The mallow dents in one o*
the apples is very natural. We were
sirongly tempted to step up and help our
selves to that glass of wine.
Onions Down.—A team attached
to a wagon load of onions, started off on a
run from the eorner of Washington square,
and turning tbe corner somewhat sharply,
upset the wagon, sending the onions in all
directions. A score or two of young ur
chins msde a desperate hole in the pile, ev
ery one of them carrying off about a bushel.
The owner had not made bis sppearanee to
claim his property when we left.
I^^Our city was quit© lively yes
terday, many farmers and their families be
ing in town. Our merchanta are dsily re
ceiving additions to their already large
stoaks ot goods. Wa hope ta sea their
shelves look decidedly thinner before spring,
MW Several aJverti§ementa came
in list evening too lite for insertion to-day.
They will appear to-morrow.
OwxiNii U»'.—A prominent Re
ptiblirin told ua jootcrdsf thit the only
reiison tint Ruscti wia nominit«d for Lieut
Governor, waa heciuM they knew thit ii
they did not do something to ooothe tbo ex
iaper«itl feciinera of the German element o'
their i arty, they were belt, lure. Thlt
1
a at a a• 'it®) a. .. ..
MOMTHCNN Mmi. rti laM «i'ieand Northern I owl
arrne. at 5 Mi a «e-at .16 a •*.
md Mauichusetts ifiiendment wis a godaend
for Kuscb. One more saeh unfortunate
ill go to the Senate.
River, Nehraaha and Kan-a«, I move and h*
via Hannu al I Ht Juaaph A, arrive* it 10 A
':i«*c4 at 4 a.
e 01
air*
to l.yon.,
arrive* at A a tlo ,ee It S.80 a a.
Hntiatm AIL,t»r lan i,ip»h- riv^r, arrive* «7
8nnda». Wfdne*la»i. iod frlday*: eloMiat
9pm n Monday*. We-ln- -day- and Frtdavn.
Bn:a
The
arrive* at l'i a, eloee* it 12
Tae»4laya, Th-jr*laya abd Haturuaj*.
AMITY MAIL, irrivva Mdcloae* it 18 Tieediy*
and Kridaya.
iaaaoia MAIL, arrival and closes an 19 m, on
Thursday*.
The office will be open on Sandiy daring
mtr from lo 10 a M.
Beht
Tueat
of the Sbabon
"Ye (i.d Foles" feom
Massachusetts
The company will appear in the coatumea
of their forefathers, from 100 to 200 yeara
back, and will present a pleaaing pro
gramme. Their advertisement will appear
ta a few days.
For the Democrat and News.
Vandalism—JHesnrt. Editors
For the past ten yeara tha county author
ities of this county have been trying to cr
nanient and beautify our court house
square.
Four yeara ago I s*ood shoulder to
shoulder with others, in condemning the
Democrats for building fires in the coort
house square, and thereby destroying the
grsss and ornamental treea, during an eve
ning of their jollification.
Public opinion condemned thia base van
dalism, and during Jodge Weston's admin
istration he has put out one hundred and
sixty trees, and started grass plats where
the firea hsd destroyed and killed the old
plot, and no pnrty, or gathering of Demo
crats or Black Republicans have dared to
trespass upon tbe square, until last evening
when the lawless rabble assembled to cele
brate the treason of old Brown, dared to
apply the nigger torch to their tar barrels
and dry wood, knowing that it must prove
destructige to the grass and young trees in
that enclosure.
There ean be no objection to political
parties using the court houae and grounds
lor an (juiin/m.-, au unr 00 no injuiy, urn.
when it comes to tte destruction of young
trees, and the graen sward, I protest against
such vandalism.
An Ou
Encourage
VOLUME 5. DAVENPORT, IOWA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2. 1859.
TaxPateb.
Manufactures.—A
gentleman who was born and raised in one
of the New Eriglind States, but who is now
about taking' up is residence in our midst
•'sures us tint in no part of the country
from which he came, is there so mauy
evi.ient facilities f«*r the profitable carrying
on of nearly every description of manufac
turing aa is sffurded right here in Davenport
Here wa have an abundsnce of cheap build
ing material, large beds of coal, and labor
in any quantity could aoon be procured.
Our carrying facilitiea ara not aurpaaaed in
the country, and they are being increaaad
every day. The great Father of Watera
opens a communication between tbe ex
treme North and South, and onr railroads
are directlv connected with the Atlantic
sea board. One half the aum of money ex
pended upon the water powers of the great
eastern manufacturing places would fur
nish us with a power ten times as great.
The full in the river between this city
and Le Claire would furnish a body of wa.
ter sufficient to run all the machinery in
this state and Massachusetts. This could
be improved so as to be made very profita"
bis to the rersons interesting themselves in
the enterprise. The Moline water power
company will make a fortune out of their
investment, for they have sufficient machine
ery to run at present, to pay handsome div
idends upon their capital.
We have a number of heavy real estate
owners in this city who are just the men to
interest themselves in this matter. If they
wish to dispose of their lots at prices which
will largely remunerate for early troubles
and privations, they must beatir themselves
and endeavor to build up tha city by en
couraging manufactures, which will of
eoffrse draw hither large numbers of me
chanics and laborers, who will desire homes
for themselves and families, and, at the same
time, will bring large sums of money to the
place for investment. Our real estate deal
ers have had a hard row to hoe the paat
year. They have had large tax bills to pay,
and have sold little or nothing.
In a city where large manufacturing es
tablishments are kept ia aative operation,
there is always a good market for real es
tate, and the merchant always finds ready
sale for his wares. Tha mechanic ia never
at a loss to find something to do, and tha
laborer ia aure of employment. Tha ma'
ehanic and laborer, when kept in employ
ment, are the best customere our merchants
have. They pay cash for tha goods they
buy, and they buy a great deal. Our conn
ty would rapidly settle np with a hardy
class of fsrmers, if they were sure of a good
reliable domestio market for all kinds of
produce, and this mardet would be secured
to them if wa had larga manufactories in
operation.
Let our men of eapital and our real estata
holders take hold of this matter. Endeavor
to induce the eastern money kings to bring
thair spare cash to Davenport for invest*
ment, and wa would aoon see a very matar*
ial change in tbe buainess and prosperity of
and wa think wa shall. The city papers I our beautiful eity. Every one has their
ean assist them in getting rid of their atocks .friends upon whom they can exercise more
in short order, if they but advertise liberal- or less influence. Let this influence be ex
ly. Nothing like beeping ones'
basinem be-1
ereised to bring capital sad people to oar
4iraUc people ctty and eoaa^.
O.
Com'
i.N«i.—We received a letter list evening
from Mr. H. ('. Jirrett, the mmiger of the
"Old Folks' Concert Troupe'! {pwn Maaaa
chuaetta, atiting that the company will ka
in Davenport on Wedneaday next, the 9th
inst, and will give one concert that even
in# 1 his company consists of thirty mem
bers, ladies and gentlemen of unexcelled
talent. Miss Jenny Twitchell, the leading
Contralto, is well known in New England
is an accomplished vocalist, while the rep
utation of the Hail Brothers, late leader
the "ItoHton Iirass Band," is known through
out the country as the best bugle and elar
ionet soloists now in the United States.
Starr. Des Moines Co. Former judgement
in the court below to stand. Judge Stoektaffi
took n' part in the decision.
•32 Poweskiek County va W Ross et at
Powesheik Co—reversed.
t37 Taylor, Shipton a Co vs Runyon A
procession
Dem. band playing "Poor Old Slave."
King Hiram linked arm in arm with the
would be State Senator, humming, "Nav
•r da to^ive it ufj •o,vS4ruPfflwn.?
25 defeated candidates for i.ffiec.
1 hired German carrying a transparency, on
which waa painted, "O'sa-what-am I
Brown—A martyr to ptinciple—we ever
shall remember bis achievements
Seven pron.inent office holders, each one
carrying a key to the jail.
Republican 'lowship (Urk, carrying a
transparency repre«enting farmer Kirk
wood ploughing— Broker's office in the
distance with two per cent a month paint
ad on it
S boys carrying torches.
More defeated candidates—Transparency.
"The Republican party—while its support
ers look to its principles, its office holders
look to the treasury
Music—Dead March.
Certain members of the Temperance Society
whistling—"A Little More Cider."
Transparency Motto—"A Pre Masin Tbe
Hon Charlea Masin. Fre to mine his own
Bisness.*'
Ms shal carrying torch.
Boys, Boys, Boys. Boys, Boys I
More boys. A torch carried by boys.—
Three more boys. And finished up with
boys.
LATE NEWS.
From Washington.
Washington.Oct
TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS, FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM—CITY SUBSCRIBERS lO CENTS PER WEEK.
•fruKni coiur,
Ocroaca Term.
OEO.
WKIOUT,Chief JitfHaa.
W. O. WOOD W A KD, i ..
L.D. KTOCkiON,
Jn,t,eM-
W2 A
LEWIS KIVSEV, Clerk,
Qao. M. MaTTHCVB, CUrl pro Um.
Tneaday, November let lb50.
Je&erson I'ender et al, appi Via Baron Co
Mo.ion to iffirtn, overruled.
1W» Chis Perrvhill vs LeOrand Bying*
ton, appt Johnson Co. Motion to ifera,
overruled.
S»3l James Pearson vs Henry Wheeler at
al, appt: Van Baren Co. Motion to a&ra.
overruled.
... Norte**, Jewett A Bush by appt, vs Henry
Williams, Linn Co.,affirmed.
472 Joseph Wake appt vs Joshua Baily,
TimaCo., reversed.
6lo It More
head vs Gilliger A 8ao4*
Monric Co., reversed.
94§ Vincent Andorson vs Kerr A Lacy apptjCjpc'tWbs.'
Fayette Co-submitted.
Grand
Keplblican
When he concluded, "The Ghost of Ban
gor" recommended all rresent to form in a
proeession, which, after considerabla confu
slon, was accomplished.
31 —At the last session
of the Senate, a resolution was parsed re
questing the President to cause the heads ol
the departments to submit the estimates for
expenses of the Government lo the next
Congress, upon a basia not exceeding fifty
millions annually, exclusively of the public
debt and interest thereon providing the
same can be done without injury to the
public service. Estimates are in course ol
preparation in accordance with the spirit of
this resolution, and with a view to strict
economy but it is not at all probable the
expenditures will be restricted to such nar
row limits.
Advices state that the government of Nic
aragua haa ev ry disposition to make with
the United States a satisfactory transit ar
rangement, and that the only obstacle to
thia is the Belly contract, which, however,
has already fiiled in some particulars.
No action has been taken by the govern
ment regarding the aiders and abett.ora of
the Harper's Feiry conspirators already
captured. Should sufficient evidence agiinst
them be obtained, it is supposed that requi
sitions for their surrender will be made by
Gov. Wise, as in the cases of Cook and
Hszlet.
Ernst Clay, of the Brit sh Legation in
Mexico, arrived here to-^dsy, and immedi
ately sought an interview with Lord Lyons.
Marine Disaater aad Loss of Life.
liosro.f, Oct
31.—The
F-
schooner Emerald,
of Trur«i, Capt.. Paine, foundered on batur
dsy evening
off
North Chatham Light, and
all the crew, save one,
w
re drowned. The
following are the names of the lost:
Paine, master
L. L.
E
isha, his son Joshua
Paine, brother of Captain Paine Richard
Atkins, Jas. Dyer, and a eon
if
Mr.
A.
Hopkins The man saved is Joseph
W.
Knowles, who clung to the hatch and was
taken off by a passing vessel
Loss of a Steamer.
HALIFAX, Oet.
31.—The
steamer Golden
Gate, from Boston, is repotted lost Crew
all drowned, excepting three, who have ar
rived at this port
1.000
Yds Haslia de Laiuefl,
CIGARS
12J^cts.
Few pieces of those Splendid Plaids left
B«rf«uis, Bargmim,
MEAT BA1GIIN8
Now being given at
•. W. BAILEY'S,
Opposite Cook a Sargent'sBaaa
oct32dtf
AND TOBACCO,
the
acOidtf
foal
eaa always fealw*
.Vi E K I A L.
wavempurt market.
DAILY KEP0RT.
Ornci Daili
Democrat akd
Mereets
grass ippt
621 Alfred F. Hoddy vs Stephen Oibi
appt WippelloAj., alfirnn-d.
«'ifi Kinaskotfflro A Co v Aleana Melon* at
al epnt: LocasXy., affirmed. WBrd iuas large quantities as wis expected,
#»f Pnweabiek County vs Asa Stanley etsj| and have run lined firm at 25(235c A few
appt Poweshiek Co., reversed: .... .. ...
Kindskotf §ro A Co v« Aleana Mel one «t
Newt
Wbathbb—During the p%kt we k we hare
Chioey for uce of Morria Price vi experienced tome detightfal weather—the (an
shining neirly every day, and the air being
cool ind bricir g.
The wheat market has been rath­
er excited the past week,owing to an adriaee
ef 6c and I .ubse«|uent decline of I like
amount on Thuridiy ind Friday of list week.
7ao was very generally paid, but unfivoraole
news from New York reused i fndden decline
froB which the market has not yet recoveied.
I'.irley does not vary, 40(s44c being the rul
ing figures. Oats hive been quiet end stood
at 25 to 26c. Corn in moderate request, and
at
23c-
Wilkinson, Stetson A Co vsWmE Bar-i_°f '"rge -^10000^ sold for 40e
geint %ppt Jefferson Co., affirmed.
600 Peoriak Oquiwka K Co ippt va H«W
CHICAGO
BjOVI
—Jefferson Co.. affirmed.
Jai MoKinlay appt vs tieo Gardner-f
Clayton Co—submitted.
94u ii Knight vs Jaa Kelly appt FloydCfl
submitted
Potatoes have not come for-1 tiful, rare and vigorous
ttaion are coming forward in moderate quanti
ties, and remain steady at 2"(g23c.
Flour—Dull and heavy with a decline of
In He on Spring grades. Spring extra $4 6 0
Wheat- Dull and Spring declined %c. No
2 in store 6c.
f'
v V uncent Anncnon rs Lewis Kerr apptM
IA aaaluMiti^.!
Fayette
Co—submitted.
Yimvn.—For
a week past, it has been announced through
tbe columns of our two Republican papers,
and numerous hand bills around town, that
on Tuesday evening the Rfpublicans of
Scott county would have a grand demon
etration, in honor of the late great vietory
achieved by tbe aaid .party. With the aid
of several bandaof music, two bon fires, and
Joe Knox, of Rock Island, they succeeded
in drawing to the Court House yard about
260 persons. Of that amount, one fourth
were from Rock Island, one half Democrata
and the rest Republicans and small boys,
who were hired to shout when needed, to
keep the fires burning, to carry the torches
in tbe procession and to swell the num
bers generally. When we arrived on the
grounds, Old Joe" was biasing away.—
The first word we caught was Ossawattamie
Brown, and the next thing we heard was
one of Joe's jokes, which was so dry that he
had to laugh at it himself.
Corn— Quiet and prices regular, Naw Mo
Otrs^In f«r demand attain store.
Hahlby—No1in
ST. LOL'IS MARKETS.
Wheat—Very dull and poor wheat drop
ping. Sales 360V bushels. $1,30 prime Ken
tucky.
Rve—Quiet85c.
BAKi.gr—Quiet a0(^89c.
CCKN Firm. Sales tfOM fcttSMlS. [email protected]
102 yellow.
Poke
Dull." »l5~~12t«15~18 MeassflO'74
prime.
Phimr
Bbbf—Unchanged.
Cut
Mbats—Quiet.
Lard— Quiet and heavy, sales 200 bbls 110
ll^c
Ihtter. Fair request
15}£@18e
20c.
CnK*SB--Ste«dy 10(210V)C.
Whisxey—Dull. 27i4274-
Ohio
TO-DY'S ADVT'S.
Sof
HERIFF'S SALE.— State of Iowa, County
Scotr, In the District Court of Scott
County, State of Iowa.
By virtue of an Execution ij*uel from the
(-.flico of the Clerk of the District Ccurt of
dt ounty, state of Iowa, in favor of W.
Cururth A Co., and against T. Yarwo d, VS'm.
S. Coll.ns, liurnell, Giilett A Co. and Ji s.
Lambrite. duted October 31. 1^5:*, atdtu me
lirected, commanding ni" that of the g,ud*,
chattels, stocks, or interest in any company,
debts due, property in the hands of third per
sons, lande and tenu nent? which are not ex
empt hy law from execution, I make or cause
to be made the sum ot three hundred and nine
ty-eight 55 iotj {Vi.5.j dollara with interest
and cost?. 1 levied upon the foil iwin^ de
scribed real estate in the city of Davenport
Scott County, Iowa, to-wit
The interest of said defendant Gillet in
aad to the exccs» over ?r.d above his home
stead in lots six [6] and seven [7] in Block thir
ty-five |35J.
And I hereby give public notice, that I 1
shall offer for sale :it public outcry, to tbe
highest and best bidder therefore in cash, the
above described propel ty, or so much thereof
as will satisfy said debt, interest and costs, at
tbe loor, o. the Court House in the city of
Davenport. Scott County,* state ot Iowa on
Saturday, December 3d, H69. At tbe hoar of
2 o'clock, I*. M. ofsaiddav,
Dated October 31, A. D. 1S59.
II. LEONARD,
nov-2. Sli'ff of ScottCo Iowa.
Trustee's Male.
WHEREAS,i5S,
on the 2lst day of October,
A. D., 1 Chiistian Thodt, .lochia
Thodtand Catharine Thodt, his wife executed
unto Isaac W. Woodward as trustee, a certain
Deed of Trust conveying to said trustee tbe
lands in Scott County, Iowa, described as fol
lows, to wit The West half i. Hof the South
West quarter of Section No. two ^2,] and
the East half of the South East quarter
i Val of Section No. three [3,1 and the North
West quarter of the North West quarter
1'i] of Section No. eleven [11,] in Township
No. seventy nine :79] North of Range No.
three [:i East of the fifth (Mhj P. M. Also
the South West quarter [14 of the South
West quarter [l/ijof Section No. twenty seven
l'/i] Township No. eighty [SO] North of Range
No. three [3] East of the fifth [5th] P. M..
which 8uid conveyance was made by the said
Christian Thodt, Jochin Thodt and Catharine
Thodt, his wife fertile purpose of securing the
payment of two certain promissory notes, and
the interest thereon, signed by the said Chris
tianThodt ind Joehin Thodt, dated the 21st
day o: October, A. D., ih53, one of which said
notes was made payable to the order of I. G.
Sheaff, one year afterdate, for the
sum of three
thousand [$i,0o0] dollars, with interest at ten
10] percent, per annum, payable annually
aad one to Charles H. SheaH, for the sum of
three hundred j$3H)] dollars, payable one year
from date, with interest payable annually, at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum after ma
turity.
And now said notes having become due
and payable, and the said Christian Thodt,
and Jochin Thodt. having failed to pay the
same, 1, Isaac W. Woodward, trustee, as
aforesiid, do hereby give thia public notice
that by virtue of tbe power which is in
me vested by slid deed t,f trust, I will on
Wednes lay, the 30th diy of November, 185#,
at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, at the Court House door, in the City
of Davenport, in said County of Scott, expose
and offer for sale at public auction for cash, the
parcels of land above described, or so much
thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy and pay
the amount of said notes with interejt thereon
to the diy of sale, together with all the costs
and expenses attending aaid sale, costs
of this notice and trustees fees.
Dated thia 2nd day of November,
A. D.
1850.
ISAAC W. WOODWARD,
aovS-ts. Trustee.
JUST
RECEIVED
ia town,
APPLES
«t WAW'J.
and for sale cheap, a
choice issortment of candies, nuts and
fruits, of ill seasonable kinds.
oct82 dtf
Great K edmetioM in Priec.
I 1
DArK.SPoKT,NoVKMBBB 1, 1659.
fatoes.
MARJCBf.
Monday Oct. 31.
store 6!(&''>2c
RB—Dnll and declined 3({4c. No 1 ia
Store n^SiiSo do
or
track 70c.
P1TATOE8—
Steady. y5to 40.
Hides—Market
dull and heavy. Green 5^
@'!c Salted
fiaii7c
lSt&U^c.
dry 10(4llo dry flint
Oct. 31 '59.
Floub—Doabla extra $6 75g$6 00 fine
|4."C$il2}£.
Wheat- Firm and better. Spring
Onions—Gone up.
Potatoes— Inactive at [email protected]
88c!
elub Vut/95c fair to good fall 1 00(^1 OA.
Cokn—Firm with light receipts. Choice
new white 66c old yellow 65ce choice white
9ic.
Oats—Steady. Lightfto choice 43(g47c,
Babi.ey—Steady and firm. Choice Spring
50(d65c common to good fall 65(£tBi7.
NBW YORK MARKET.
Nxw
Yore,
Rve Fmh
October 31.
Flocb—Without important changes. Salon
1400 bbls. $4 75 Super State #4 ^:'xa$4 t*0
Extra State $4 75(^(f4 H_ Super Western
$.' (0,5 30 Common to medium Extra West
ern $5 40(£5 50 inferior to good shipping
brands extra K. 11. O.
h—Steady
iMa 'tapp iif Mrck-
IKCBXAUKD FACILITIES
FOB
ACCnMMODATOQ ALL
WflO WISH TO ICY.
Frnitnnd ,Orn»i*i«iaial Trers.
SCOTT NIIOSERY.
1 C\ nfrn
A, m: TREES
'&
lood paper Pork. Heef. Corn, Oats, ''arley, Po
Butter. Chickens, Kggs, Horses, Oxen,
Cows, Calves, Wag. us, Coal, Wool, Ac., «r
anything that I eau use, sell, pay for labor, or
pay debts with.
Now is the accepted time. Call and see.
H.S. HNLEY.
Davenport, Oct. 26, '60 duw wfim.
Livery and Sale Stable.
Frank Kendrick, Proprietor,
Corner or Perry aad 8d sta*
Davenport .Iowa
be the lest in this vicinity,arid our carriages
are of the latest styles aad best manufacture.
oclHJtf
e u o n i n u e
CASH WORKS WONDERS!
S E i O V S O K
—OF—
DRESS GOODS
Vmlea finds, Blaikets Shawls
CHEAP.
SHIRTS
S3 [email protected] 30
llaviaptrt rhlihaNMnie society.
—WILL OIVE ITS—
SEVENTEENTH CONCERT
IK
THE
a i a o o A N A
ON
IA •V E VKNING. NO V. 2d.
Assisted by the Or« he«-irMi
Solo, Violin Mb.J
FAKT FIHHT.
Chorus In lit'bt tripping mramre," Ho fin.
[with rehestral act-on paniment.]
Trio "To Sol quest Anima" 1 Ait.la Verdi
Fourpart sun* Where would I be." 2Mner,
Duet The Kegatt
Chorus, Sons ot
Z'on
Piano Forte I uet, Pi !onaic.".... 1'inb-Hi.
Solo and Chorus Tratup, now tiamp."Hiihop.
rART SECOND.
Chora',"Sing unto God."
ADMITTANCE.
Single Tickets ?5 cts.
do do reserved seats 50 eta
Double do do do... ..75 ct".
:*r
To bi obtained of
& LINE STOlKJl'sTEKCKITEH,
AND WILL TIE SOLD CHEAPER THAN
EVER HEARD OF IN THIS COUNTRY:
Ss
nrs aad cat the rlshl place.
N E WS.
ADV'RTISEMTSi KKAL KSTA IE.
COOK ttAaU.hSTIft
roe
11J* 'Uaige, lor Orchard planting ami
of »ort to tlie c'linate
Gri-at We-t. A fh' ice nlock ot Pearc,
E v e e e n
Particularly adapted to cur soil and cliiriste.—•
In short, a genetal and full assor'inent of Nur
sery Stock tor .-ale on ihe most HCi'i inmoilaiing
terms and uuparallelei low prices tor Ca-h,
KEAL ES I ATE OFFICE
1
AND
suviei).
acobStbasskb.
PHOUR 1KIG.
LFir.«t
J.
C. Wallace treas-.
uror, Le Cluire Kow. oct. 37td.
Door open at 7 o'clock.
Concert at 7 l-'i o'clock.
For Sale at a Great Bargain.
Omatche1
NE SPLENDID LAlii.E SI'AN OF
horses, handsome travelers anil
kind in every spot and place. Also one very
nice silver mounted double harnes'. of a
sin.tll siiQ, would do for a nair of mules or
sui.ill horses. Also one very light second rate
tw-'orii) horse wagon.
Tho above will be sold at a barrain. For
particular- apply at THOMAS ORR'S AUC
TION ROOM, No. 5, East SecoiM street.
J. IN. EL.UKIDUE'S
Is the place to git good bargains in
BOOTS & SI LOES
J. M. ELDRIDGE,
NOI 25 BRADT STREET, DAVENPORT, IOWA.
OCt 24tf.
hl ANS, HKW 4 10.,
AGUUGY roa LAVL1N, SMITH A HOLES P0W-
Daa
MILLS,
SA UQMR TIES, N. W.
We have on haad it magazine, COO rsckages Pow
der.
Ritte and S$tortlng Powder
In kess. halt kega, quarter ktn and canlstera.
Blastlag Piflfr aid Safety Fsse.
Parties wishing large snpplio* of Rlsttlng Powder
would du well to addre»s us.
K9* ALL POWDia WARaANTKD.^1
CHICAGO ACDCBON CLVM PREMIUM
J'O WDER.
TFur
HIS Powder look the first prem'um at th* tsta
ol the tJn.ted States A|'lc iltursl *-Ovt^tjr |D
i
test with H'aire.'a ind other w.il In.: *n bran la.
Per aale ia
4
eri.
Ma t'lairc Jltmchine Vtrwrk»%
ioa. aaorv sun raoirr
bpnvtd
S. H. STARR,
Agt.
BT THE BARREL PECK,
cheap.
CCtSS dtf
Oaatllatina and
*11
A#U
I'avenport. October litli, 1859.
W*k^rt uir'trVb!" wTodM^'ilTti"
«T Copy vr improte.
V\ e havt) main proved lands in every ooxnty
»l«nj the Ii 10 the l. A M. KailrtMt! betw'eo
here aini I lit Miis uri Kivc, winch we will
et»L-v"-v c"I11*-
hii
I'lurnlx,
and ohotce »tork Koees l»iili!ia-. Virbenns.
and other flnwering and bedding-out planum
general.
I An extensive and st-loct u.-sortmerit nl r
i e«t ami Orimtnentil Trees, ^ur«ery groan,
I lirge ind vi^orou!. Al o, an unparalleled
stock of the choicest varieties of the moat beau
tii .I -Cllll'lS,
"e have, hImi, any quinlir,
nil of tho
Vl—
-ily
Cherries, Quinre!. O K'seherrn.'*, tir«f«s. Cur
rant". l{..«|,beme. herbern«a. Si raw rrit'
Ac .Ac.,at unusual lowrine-. hi'-i.le.j a 'iiT/ie term* that will ,-mt «t
and Tuwn Piepeily,
Improved !U„I II, irnpr. VI-.I. or smR. or lelfe OB
Call or iiidrr«- either I ur Heal Estate Ot
net s, and we will aci ..inmodate those seeking
homes or prt fitnhie n\e-inie:,t
'o:»K
a SARGENT.
Oct. lftth Hiy.-dwtf
U
UITt
St
CO.,
e a E n e
OrriCK Hl'ILDf**.
O f\ ACK8 2H mio-a from e Iv fto4 hen*
O V/ S* aM'.j. utirt
Ii*
ij go »d »ell ati'l stern a 'I
.5' fm trees will 1+ so.) yreaV targ.ln
120 ao e«. nii'ler tine cultivation, Koid hou»e.
bin,, Sic, Ijr 1 It nil -if oil. nrnb.M l.n lug.—
II i» Isooe of th- be,t tarns in Broil county
80 acre*, ill
iih ivnl'l
and enc 1, go'xl h'luae
aiei stdli.e only 14 m.lea t.ui. lhl»Y. a flti» atcek
farm.
12 Iicrea, all nctd mil an.ler ctill.vatlon good
ho ire and liar n It e outR orcbard neir toacbuol,
IP b* a.!il rr on'.v 910.
Wanted Immediately, €hod
Cash I'uat.-i.r- ae2H
VetiXiiaeii Land Ageacy.
Land Warrants.
THE
1 AltRIAGFS A VEHICLES,
V. of all descriptions on hand
ami ready for service at all hours
'lay and night.
Our horses arc well known to
UNDERSIGNED HAVE FOR SALE
Land W arrant« of different sites, which
they will sell for cash or on time to suit pur
chasers.
They will pay irticular attention tothe ae
lecion and location of Land* in Des.Moines, Ft.
Di dgc, Chant on,and other Western Laud Dis
tricts. Also to payment of Taxes and Land
business generally.
EXCHANGE
on all
parte
atild.
oclSdtf
J. KIONUER,
A UD A
i i
k
A DRAWERS FOR MEVS WEAR
Cheaper than ever before thoaght ot I
TITLES EXAMINED WITH
CARE
I
Taxofli Z*ald
AND
PATENTS PROCURED.
Will give special attention to
COLLECT!Nfa DEBTS RENTS, Ac.
|^"Heny ttaneea promptly mad*.
venport. AKo a large |uantity of Improved
oid I nimproved Lands in Iowa, from fl,2i
to lu,tin per acre.
Office No. Main St. Davenport.
REFERENCES—
Cook 4c Sargent,
linkers,
Davenport Iowa.
E. I'an pf) II, lianker,
Mtumann.
i». l»av. ii|N,rt( I'ta't of
Ma««] Hnydeti.
olo\'iolin Mr Ja»ob St-a her.
Four Part Song," S «ial pleasures.". Schoft r
Quartette, W hat are the wild waves s*y.
iug. Ulnvr.
St lo at Chorus. l» ugh ter ot error." tk
Instrumental Quintette, St unds rom
hoiue." Gnn-,1.
Cht-rus, On to the Field of Glory." (Belisiirioj
[with orchestral accon paniment ]..Uovrwettv
-ss
State Bank
G. C. R. Mitcli-ll,
Putna a Leake, Att'ys,
L. C. Dessaint, Esa. ss
Mny2Hdly.
Nebraska Land Agency!
COOK, 6ARGFNT PABfcfcH»
FLORENCE, VFBBABXA.
WII.L
attend prompt!' '0 business con
nected with a Land Ageitvjr, eitherin
Nebraska, or western Iowa.
LAND WARRANTS bought,sold and loca
ted
business for them can be left with any of
th# undersigned.
COOK
A
SAItoEN Davenport,1
COOK. SARG'T DOWNED
A N K I N
COOK
a
Rankerh k Dealers in Exchange
COOK A SARGENT,
BAVENPUKT, IOWA.
COOK, SARGENT, DOWNEY CO.
IOWA riTT, loWA.
COOti, SARGENT
F.
lb. cans by agents fur the Uianptacitir-
avANB.ruirwa co
«r of
Ctll-dCw Corn» rent aa H'»ly a'S.
sf%
T*W1IIND~A C'OLLIia,
8UC0M880M8 TO TOWNSKMD BAYM** Off.
Manofacsarers of
k.aJa of Bmn ar-A Micbiue Oaatmgs masv
«c*airiaaMe^
A
COOK,
DES MOIMI, IOWA.
COOK, SARGENT It PARKER,
FLOKKM'E, NEBRASKA.
SARGENT A DIXWELlai
BOSTON, MAI'S.
VOTES AND BILLS COLLECTED and
v proceeds reiuiaed to anjr [*rt of tbe
United Slates. Hills of Exchange on all the
principal Cities of the United States and Eu
rope bought and sold. Money remitted to
Europe in Might Hilt*, which can be cashed
in any town in Eng'and, Ireland or Wales,in
sums of £1 and upwards.
REFER TO:
IIaven,Esq., Prs't Merch. B'k,Boston,
A
J. J.
MR.
IIMt
Talf*
Btsan
KnflP*,
FLOtnt
aad Saw Mill Maduaery, n«ir JIBs
Shiftiof Folli*
as* yiiam i •4ta»
GEO.
It
Mass
A. D. Hodges, Esq.,Prcs't Wash. B'k,
J. J. Dixwell, Esu-, Prea't Mass. B'k,
Cbas. G. Loring, Esq., Prea't Mass. Uosp'l Life
Ins. Co., Boston, Mass.
J. Seymour, Esq., Cash'r B'k N.America, New
York City.
Clark, Dodge A Co., New York City.
John O. Sargent. Esq., 63 Wall St.,...
.do....
E. W. Clark
Co., Philadelphia,
Anderson k Co.,^«.
....
•'•Ht. Louis, Mo.
Geo. Smith A CV........ Chicago.
F. Granger Adams, Ksq., Chicago.
ocl5dtf
Co-P
a I nerwh i p.
DIXWELL,of
Boston, is ad­
mitted a partner in our House from, aad
after the first day of October. Our agency
in Foston will hereafter be conducted under
the name and style of Sirgent A Dixwell.
COOK
A
SARGENT.
n^WStSWlW Hat/.koF 1
si i^'dl
cclMtf
DEMOCRAT 4 NEWS'
TUB WBBKMT DEMOCRAT A BXUft
ia rvBLiaaaa ittBf
THCRBDAT MO ft* me
OB LAaor. LIAS TVFB, IT
WOO PER ANNUM, 19 APVAKCB
Rata a Adv*rt|a|ag la Us «a*|h.
One square (of i] linn in.
94
NUMBER 14.
•arh wMlthaal mast *s Ml
OneSqaara one
thr*. month*..
ro«'nth.....
«nr.......
Otooaiumtt. one r«ar.
Marklel A
Maakan aa Dealers
Fowa#w rT*fu y a*as
At
VI ,hela.
it
Bt
CARDS.
If
so
•art*
ar-oai
#t i.«.
»au»a
•new
n •».« ,h
nth •(.
«»'i
n HI.
N
•a a
»aa%
K. I. O'N' «,
f'ivil Fnjilnrfr ttnd S«rtrior,
Iper
I'lM TAIvl r.
1,|
ainimc to hi- ro
kk»i
14.

"l KVkYING. l.iVH.I.IM CdNsliM
Tl«N »l- DAMS. LEV» E
A .ti
tf
ll i.l
1'iatis. 1'n files, nod E riiiiHie eS.'i
aecuiaey and d«paW ii l»Re ....
Cbiiin er, cor. 3d aud I'n.iJ MA
oet.
ni i n
PiOMt Mirrrt Bet. Itindy 4 Statu
I). C. S A N O K I*r..p i»t
1 OOI AC OMMODATIONH, CLEAN
Huant aid lu^i^i
nihI kimm!tar
by
atrli, $2 J»
t-#T*G I.stabling for teams.
o«rl'ii dtiin
W. •. UlHlu7 .^lTb.,
Ha
Farina tut
AVING ioc*ir*t!n tb*- Cry ,,r ri* npert re
'Cful v aoliros h- tanomga or th. ailia-ai.
Having bao lo-. egp. r'nw» u Ho- itmaHai of
IHBRASan
OF THI
MAR1NF
«f the United States bought and
E I V
NOTARY
(AND
V
A VD
riBIJt
WARRANTS LOCATED IN ALL
^the Offices now open. Special care taken
to
ecu re first |iiality of Land, and good lo
cations for those entrusting uio to locaUt their
Warrants.
LAND WARRANTS
BOUGHT A SOLD, ON COMMISSION.
CONVEYA NCING DONR,
BTB.
I I *lTl tbra, lus'-thar wlih nlkat PratMea, Ma
faithful .iteu Ion.
If i lice SS Bra4r-«t/a«t, Aral aum aU»f tta
p.w *e Mt-Cmw
I A I K
Fit*#, Marine an«f t'it*
EDWIN FAY, Agadt
M'eoria.
AND FIRE INSURANC CL
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