DAILY DEMOCRAT A NEWS
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TMMil A. HAUI'IKB,
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two weeks, SIHI
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ftiree wreks, 400 «'|i.fU-.i. I
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Busine*'* Card* n-'t ltne« |in oo prr an.
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tiser. and ».l «.«!•••r mlvrT'.iwmi'iilnriit ID bjr the ad
vertlser Kill li» t:*r(r«1 eslrn.
Advertisements nnt v oinian:ed with instruction!
Will i uutii foft.pl, *•..! i.lmrif«l accordingly
Notice tor religious and ieiievolrnt furjioseii In
serted one lime free of cost, ther.elter charged
Advertisement- fron abroad uiiist le pal't fo'm
9'iriably in adr,a..r, u.ili—i fn.iu -i.rcn-l A|(riit*
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Al»ifr!t««-ii n(« iim»*ft**! U''ii to n-»dlriK matter
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fi.u'b In: rurncr of Brady tod Weoml
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hoiiao lornii rijr uocupicd by l»r- UiMon.
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J. J. WAI.I.BV,
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Omi«—Ni» Vi. rorncr Mkid and Tbtrd iltirli,
Dr R' I'I can lx* coiult'd at h1» offr* ti all I oars
of tlie day 'r m|ht, lulmi iirnltmluiiali) i og»|il.
JO^III A III Kit,
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NTH f. i li« na!" ol llap«at*a Sporllag
Ilia.ling I'awdar, ami Safely I'M
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ATTOM.NKY AT LAW, SOTAKY PUBLIC
OttrWB—No S Davenport's M'orlr. Rntmnno on
Haiti .trr-t JulyU dSiwlf
NDFE- PBHINMVI.VANIA HUIM),
fior of Itk noil Iowa ill Davenport, Iowa.
I).U k HUNil, Frn|i'iitiJr».
111'I fr. ni tli"- f'n-* Oflln* fur
I" av for L«' CUIri-, Prince on, Ljutia,
D- Witt, Mii| ir kvt% mi I Atunioaa.
Kar*1 II Ur i day. atir2l-ly
iKNRV ANII I'DI S.iKl.lH AT LAW,
and N-iiarv P.iti,"
Oiri l'.iv«r'iji .ri Blu'k, bavupott loWt.
rt'TM* ». I. LBAXS.
PUTXtM 4c UKAKK.
rri'ltNKT i AND COI N8KI.OKS AT LAW. and
N.1*||.» Pnl'lic UIDir, No. JHon alrrtt,
D»»en|." rt, low*
B. D. OIWTTDOM. VM. RALL
ATTORNBrM Aff I'OT'NSRlT018 AT LAW
ANI) NnT.iUtK4 PUHLIC.
Offl—Kor'li-w*'*! »'«rni of Htndy »nd Stcoiid
•tree*. up-i:atr.—tbtraiicii on Bricy i-tr«i»t.
TWI'IIK & HAI.I.OHB,
8KCi»N'» HTRWBT (IKIM.AIRR
I ltitri'i ,virt. I i»«. wti hhuI.' ni r-'dil
-alf in li I,K», M. .Iloiii.'•-. OI.'-ti»lra|i, H«inti OIK.
Win Inw }. Fari/y A rttcle^. Pi rftirai ry, Mineral
Tcetb, Hold Pell. Sc.. Sic. McM
J. PA IIKF.It, H(.
I S I I A N A N S V O E O N
III RTIW HOUSE,
OORNEU OF IOWA & PlFTH STREKTS
HTiUCTlIP DT A N»W PROOIM
wtt'iOit--cai'Kiiiir.p %aj delay ur pain wbatovn
I! I V S 4 IIKSKB ROIfcD,
OftOB—In Merwln'i Rlock, tit Parr)-, batwaoa
and 4th street*.
Havl'H ««m leted arrangement*, ha la now pr—
ptr«d lo extract teeth by admitting a allcbt earranl
of elect ricitj aroncd tb* unih at the tine of eitrac
tlnn, thereby ai!a/U.g -1 i.atn atVtiidaBI a poo ||.
tractlngty ihr onlln»T m'Uiod.
Tbrpiti ni ib» a kn wlcdie of wlat I* paaa
tg, aad tu.'. sr o-. tr.oe- eitaou wl»|jk are oftea
aoUaod after tatltf teeth iitrailel t»« «N el
OMorof .rn ni tie *iitlt| vraoaaa
Wanted to Exchange*
i Jl- 0. II. durivrr.. 6i i 'iiri'ii S'r«»t. U.ilctCO,
I I* authona^d to raoetTe
advertlMMtat* tor BMa pa*
Tlmee' opening and c:«tt mails In the Daesmport
P.»t C'lUie: __
Raktin* Baii- nrrive* at «:4S A and S
i'«*s a' i if. a :.:U
Nohi IILHK mi. Tie l»ul I.'4N«"TD Northern Iowa
ar'i .•• »t 1
-ie^a' It.IS a M.
South«HN il.,f'Oii. ." L. u.» ar. i n-thern Hit
I'lil, «r JIT'- 5 f»i ft at #'16 a M.
WS^TTAN ARI Hiioihi KN I'.WA MAII., arnvM at
«s a. l»-. 0
ILI U'UK W v ah., a' riiei US A 11 ar-.d i 30
a a:i: V
Rirsn Mai I. HofTa, iu* hiding river towoi abovePt.
1/jiin il, Mli«, i. River, N'uroi-ki and Km as,
*1* U .nnl*'a: a Pt Jj'i ph RI, arrival at 10 A
RlvtB Mm, ii. cld 'iiiE river t-jwi.i from I Claire
I •, ARRIVES at 9
A do ,-i
BL! K IUahk MAIL,
Henri. Regcr fc Bowers, No. M,
Hr •. tv r»ol.
Orlt-ra l«ll Willi Iheut will r*«*tve prompt attrn
PRANK PMTME*. OBO N TAR HOaaM.
1*1.1 MER A VAN initio,
'VS and roune||or» lit l.aw. and Nota
ne« Pnt A i^o*»cents fi th^ Charier Oal
fire lt.«. C..., Hnrt'.ir 1,
Oily Pin- In.Co ,N. lli-.ven,
in.. Oapltal «M0,00n
Offli e Li-t'lati" Blin k.Iav
CliKHIK A IHin,
AND t'o KHKLI 0B8 AT LAW
NOT A RIMS ITHI.lt'
OHM—At Maohlot A Oorbtn'i KvrhangO ofloo,
Oa»enimrt. Inwa. oelCtf
JtlllX K. (IttUFORI),
A WD CO^NSKLOR AT LAW, AND
N"t iry 1'i.M'f.
orri.'R—Nl-k"HK' Hlork, np«t«lrs. a
nrCAKK tc OATF.S,
VOUWARDIMi TOW MISSION MRRCHANTa,
Ko IF OUT ^T«KVT, IRNIA or BRADT,
'H are oonstuntlv In reo lpt if Kraah Orocar
l»'«,whfrh weoff'rat Whu|e««le fur r»»h, at
thf lowest rrlcef. an I U which we Invite the atten
tion of ilealTK In fllj ar ci unlrjr. aiai? 6n
('•npflltlon Is the Spire of Traie.
OCN'OIIM to thellxs.lbe SCIVTI HOHSB
r. -dll.e pnre.if transient to cne dollar
per day, and permanent toar Jir« ar« now tat an at
thr* dollars p»r ww-k an 1 ipwarls. I» U our do
tormlnaMnn that thla (Ball Be the tout JiiUar bouaMi
.- i.i nnwpKBBT,
TIH I. RESIDENCE LOT IN
the city "l llasitii ^s Minnesota,Territory,
fur new or beci.n buii'led furniture. A bar
gain will be given. 'I hi* town is located on
tbo Siicsissii |i Kivcr, thirty-five miles below
Kt. Paul, in liurotii (N.unty, and is the Coun
ty seat cf faid Ceuuty, has a |.opal ition of
from two thousand to twenty-five bundrad
and is at the present time doing a* muob
business a* any otlier city »f not more than
donhla it* population on the River. Satis
factory tendiis given for wanting to
rbange. A warrantee deed will be given
The property is free of all incumbrance, good
reference* given in regord to tba peoperty aad
For articular* address. Real Estate,
port, Iowa, or inquire of TROMASObbAuotioa
East neoond sirest.
SALE—SwMtcidar by the
TJtf k* Aft.
AT ^.80 a v.
LIN I, op th«- rlvr, arrives at 1
.N MI.II.l*» '-!I'•» A'.
W -N MOIL Uys, Wdne -day Mid
4T 1.' A, close*
lEM'U.M, COMMISSION MKKCIIANTS-
V I v Hi I I MMII, ST l.oi is, MU.
not. 14, dtf.
Ta-Mlay», Tiiui. '.a,» «:. B^turuaja.
AMII V MILT., arrival and CION«-%at IS Tce«4a)S
IM'II\ MA I L, arrive* and cloaeii an 12 M, on
T»i- Uli-e «lll beop«-n on Sacday dnrlog the flacj
ia«R FI III 'J TN LU
lit v your apers anJ magazines
at Starr'*, if yon want the ]at»at date*. He
is still in town, and lxiinl to l« aheail.
Ali«i, lie has jn«t re-eiv»il n fresh supply
that good ci'ler. Apples, the best in town,
always for sale elieap.
C11 A S(iE oK Ti K In consequence
of the concert of the OM Folks," on Wed
nesday evening next, the Committee of Ar
raftgt'me'its have cnn-luled to ehaiii o ti e
time of giviug the eotr-i'limentarv hall to
Milo White to the nitflit previous—Tuesday.
I'repnrstions are lieinK made for a good
time, and every thiiijt i-1 sure to connect.
Mki.AM'IIOI.Y SI IRIDK.—Mr. Isaac
Morgan, an old citizen of this county, who
resided on the middle road to Pleasant Val
ley, near I)uek Creek, coTimittrd suicide
on Tuesday evenlnir, by hariL'ini* himself.
II afipfars tha'. Mr Moriran ti as liml a great,
leal of tri ulile during the past year, both
in his financial affair* and in his domestic
relations lie has frequently declared his
intentions of committing suicide, but his
friends did not think lie would ever earry
his threats into execution. The Coroner
left the city yesterday to hold an inquest
upon his body.
f-*?" The Ga-ette, of yesterday,
contains an article copied from Dtr Demo
krat, complaining of delinquency on the
part ot Judge Weston in not posting his
annual report l».v the first of July. In the
first place our teutonic friend is mistaken
as to the time when the said report ehould
be made out—the new law requiring that It
be posted up by the 1st of "eptember, and
not on the 1st of July, as he states. Upon
inquiry we are infotnud liiat the report
has not been delayed through any ntgli
gence or remisaness on the part of the Coun
ty Judge, as he has been ready to do bis
part of the work for the pant several w» «ks,
but from the fact of the County Treasurer
not having made hi* returns lo the County
concert ol the Campbells,
Tuesday evening, was not as well attended
AS the one given the night previous. The
only way we can account for this, is from
the fsct of there being an opposition nigger
performance the same evening. The oppo
sition show had a lar^e number of at*
tractive "star" performers in their band.
Among them we noticed J. BANG R'IIIOR
INUTON, author of the 'Ode to a Ferry Trian*
gle," and other popular songs, who to k the
eharacter of "'Sambo" in ihe "essence of old
Virginia III_PBICIC, performer on that
fiddle, as "CutFy Risen, as "Bones," and
Jok KMOX as "That poor old slave." Little
HARRY O'Comnkr performed his celebrated
lireak Votrt Jig, to the i dense editicat.on
and amusement of eeveral small boys. Alf
Sanders' Womans Rights' Lecture" was a
decided success. Altogether the perform
ance was well worth the price of admission.
RECORD, (in a horn A tremendous crowd
assembled on the racecourse of the s^ri-*
cultural society, yesterday alternoon,to wit
ness a trial of epeed between the two stal
iens "Sel'un" and "Pickwick," the tirst own
ed by Yonng Stokes, and the latter by Mr.
Hay ward. The race was set for two o'clock
but did not come oil' until near four, by
which time the crowd had become very
much excited, and large sums of money
varying .rom fifty cents to two dollars was
freely offered on Selim. One excited indi
vidual was so very anxioas that he offered
to lay a wager of two dollars and a half
that he could jump further by two foot than
any man on the ground, and that he would
take hold of his great toes with his boots
on when he done it. This feat has never
been attempted in this c. untry, and the
young man should have been patronized.
At last the judges called the horses to the
stand, (which in this instar.ee consisted of a
dilapidated reaper,) and started them off.
The first heat of one mile, four time* around
the track, was won by Pickwick, in about
eight minutes And eighty seconds. The
other two heats were each won by Selim in
about seven minutes, even. The result was
loudly applsuded by the surrounding mul
titude, and the driver of the winning horse
looked as proud as if he had beaten Flora
Temple. At this juncture, a young man
attempted to get up a little excitement, by
offei ing to bet $600 that his horse could
beat any on the ground, but as he wished
to trot in California, or some other State,
he was not taken up. Bully fot Selim acd
OS6A W A1TOMIB BKOWN* AND Ills
CONFEDERATES IN IOWA.—It seems that Iowa
had the distinguished honor of furnishing
several recruits to the I and of murderers
who lately shot down, in cold blood at Uar
per's Ferry, unoffending citisens of the Uni
ted States. Scott county furnished young
Coppie, o na of Brown's lieutenants—John
son county, youog Field. But they wilj
both soon pay the penalty of their crimes,
"blood for blood"—"he that taketh np the
sword, shall perish by the sword."
There are, however, in our own midst,
other and more prominent men, guiltier far
than their misecable dupes now in the
•laleaes of the law. We refer U tboaa men
h» »ei*th«* ii.tirnatr ftit ii'?s anladviMfis
of Brown while in this State. We refer to
men high io social f.otiiion, and who potseea
the wealth to giv^ maUrial aid to such af„
fairs as the Harper's Ftrry tragedy. Wa
refer to such men ss W. l'enn Clarke and
Senator Grionell, and other directors of the
underground ruiirr.ad in Iowa.
'Ibe mult it ed nous i as* of letters, etc.,
found ainon^ o! Brown's papers, inpliea"
i tiug prominent Republicans, bring to light
the fact that among his
W. Perm Clarke, of Iowa City, a would be
can'ji late fur the Supreme Bench on the
I Republican ticket, and Mr. Griunell the
abolition Re: ubikan .Senator from Jasper
I county. In Brown's diary are found m«m*
oruriila such as the*e "On tuch a day,
wrote to W. IVnii Clarke at Iowa City.'
"On such a day, wrote to Grinnell
And these were the men here in Iowa
aiding and abetting the poor blind old foo]
in his diabolical conspiracy—urgirg him
on to his fate—countenancing, aud corres
lionding with him. Why do Lbey not aow
go on and rescue their dupe?
The famous exploit of Senator Grinnell
and W. Penn Clarke last winter, in helping
old Brown through Iowa with the negroe*
and horses he had stolen in Miesouii, is stil'
fresh in the minds ot the community, and
esj #c-ia 11 y of the managers of the M. A M.
R. R. Co., upon whom Clarke and Orinnell
practiced the grossest deception.
Now Brown and his fellow rioters are
at out o go to their long account, while
these ri.en here in Iowa, who countenanced
and encouraged them, who corresponded
with them, will live on safely and securely,
the idols ol the Republican arty, the recip
ient* of itx highest honors and most fulsome
piane. That they deserve, though, the
•corn and contempt of every patriotic, union
loving citi/en, must be the verdict of the
country. While Brown adorns some cal
lows tree in old Virginia, Clarke and Orin
nell aspire to shed lustre on Iowa's history
and rule and direct her affairs. Alas!
Brown meets a felon's fate, but his confeder*
ates in Iowa, to womenly tears and inglo
rious sighs, are spared to mourn over his
election of officers of the
"Young Men's Christian Association" on
Monday ev, ning, for til* ansiting y«BT, re
sulted as follows:
Pretidcnt—Anthony Van Wyck.
Vice /'residents—James I) Field, Geo. E.
Chamberlain, A C. Taylor, C. S. Sheeper.A
S. Kissell, llobt Neely, Jno. N. Boyas and
Recording Secretary—8. F. Smith.
Corrtsponding Secretary—S. W. Barber
Treasurer—G. S. Ballot d.
Hoard of l)irctur*—AM. Oadsbtiy jr.
Robt. Simpson, H. C. McNeil, S. L. Mitchell,,
Rev. G. W. Folwell, A. S. Kissell, Jas. Ar i.
strong, L. S. Viele, Geo. W. Griffin, Robt
Dads met yesterday afternoon, but did not
do a great deal ol business, as a bomlishell
was thrown in their midst, in the way of a
resolution to suppress all Sunday gardens,
dance houses, etc., within the corporation
limits. This resolution ,as might be expected,
met with a sturdy opposition from some of
the aldermen, Messrs. Ramming. Andressen.
and O'Brien opposing it and Messrs.
Mackintosh, Havilland, Holmes and Christie
voting and speaking in its favor. The
srgument on both sides was warm,and at ona
time we thought dangerous, but the resolu
tion was passed by a majority of one, threa
voting against it and four In its favor. Only
seven out of the twelve aldermen were
present yesterday, and wa do not th'nk it
was exactly fair in bringing up this matter
without having a full board. It is a ques*
tion of grave importance, and will probably
lead to vexatious and expensive litigation,
as the proprietors of oar Sunday gardens
will not be vtty likely to rest until the Su
preme Court has passed upon its constitu
tionality. Mr. Weideman, the proprietor
of th« Ripley street gardens, has been to a
large ixpense in fitting np his placa, and ba
will probably earry the matter up to the
highest courts for settlement. Wa ara no
supporter of Sabbsth breaking amusements,
but it has always been a perplexing ques*
tion to us whether any Sunday law is
constitutional. Wa hope to hear the
opinion .of our Supreme Court upon thla
Other than pa«iac a larga bateh of blllot
my little boa mbb WBB aooompliaiMi.
VOLUME 5. DAVENPORT, IOWA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8. 1859.
the late con
cert in this city by the Campbell Minstrels,
1'rank Howard, who personated Sambo,
made a capital hit, which robbed Massa
Oreeley, of the New York Tribune, very
severely. It appeal e that Sambo was em
ployed in a Bukery where they worked him
ticnity Jive /tours every day, and one after*
noon, his mutter being out, he dippei up
stairs to take a snooze. In the loft was a
box ii to which Sambo curled himself so as
not to be discoverable, and was soon snor'
ing luAily. In the meantime his master re'
turned with sn e- dealer, to whom he
had sold a lot of the "fruit," and the dealer
desiring a br to pack them in, the Baker
told him to go up stairs and he would find
one. The dealer took I is e?gs and oats to
the loft, and not noticing the inmate of the
box comment,)'! packing in his eg^s, with a
covering of oats over each layer when
the man had filled the box, he nailed on
the cover and leaving consigned it to a com"
mission merchant in New York, had it
sent to the depot. In four days time the
box arrived in New York, and thecommis
eion uierchaut thinking it smelled rather
strong, (Ssmbo afterwards said it was
av/ul warm in dar.) concluded to open i^
and see if the eggs were unsouud. Accord
ingly he knocked off the cover, wheu out
sprung Sambo', to the great astonishment
and fright of the merchant. As soon as the
latter had sufficiently recovered from his
scare to move, he started down street, hol
lowing, Gre( ley 1 Greeley!! Greeley!!!"
A friend, thinkiug he was crazy, slopped
him and demanded an explanation of his
strange couduct. My dear fellow," said
the frightened merchant, I mutt find
Greeley. I have just received a box of eggs
from Iowa, and every one of them will hatch
a nij .er
GEO. (J. \V KluUT, Chief est ice.
L. D. STOCKTON, JuiUcef.
TO MAIL. SUHHttKIHKRS, FIVE DOLLAB8 PEH ANXjtJM—CITY SUBSCRIBKMS JO CENTS PEK WEEK.
t'Ul .nt- iutut.
LEWIS KINDLY, Clerk.
Ob®. M. MATTUKWB, rterl ru Um.
Wednesday, November 2nd 1859.
Vi» 0. Corey v*. Samuel liale, appt
atte Co—affirmed |«r c^nt. duuiait's.
iib.t Jiuub Uo.-ier vs S imucl liaK*.
Fa.vcttc Cu—affirm-d ti per cent, damages.
I to J. A. Hnffiih. apj vs A. K- i .e tl.etal,
I Jrayeit Lo affuiuid i ereeut. tlauia^e*,
P. Lowe, et al,
OVi Jonas Mann vs James Miller at al, appt:
titit (Jeo. Miine vs Jno. Vanbuskuk, appt
6O2 101 IU ir I Payne vs Chas. Patter, appt:
Dull us Co- reversed.
9ti7 W. 11- Spencer vs Andrew Blend, appt
Alamakee Co- affirmed.
tW-il S. E. W illord vs U. W. Coming, appt
Allamakee Co- ulliruied.
tM Slate of Iowa vs t'.. F. Shepaid, appt:
Fayette Co- submitted.
V4J Warren Franklin vs D. Mahoney, appt
V3I J. I. R. hro t, appt vs Loren Innman—
V.'.2 Wadswortli A Wells vs ('honey A Stin
son, appt Floyd Co— submitted.
Admitted Attorneys of this Court, Joh
E E A I
Maryland Stato Election—Kiot
BALTIMORE, NOV. 2.—The State election is
now progressing. There is a great struggle
in all the wards of this city, as far as heard
The polls of the Third Ward are blocked
by rowdies, and the police are doing noth
ing to hinder them. In the Tenth Ward,
the reform Judge of Election was intimi
dated and compelled to leave his post. Jim
Hinsley was appointed by the acting May
or and r»jected by the Council. He has
been reappoii ted. The Reformers have
been driven off.
Jatnes Jeffers, a son of Madison Jetfers,
was shot in the side and beaten over the
head by the Reformers, whom he had mal
treated. In the Fifth Ward, Adam R. Ryle,
a merchant doing business at No. 88 Hano
ver street, and a Reformer, has been shot In
the temple and is in a dying condition.—
His brother, Geo. H. Ryle who came to his
rescue, was also shot and is dangerously
In the Fonr eenth Ward,
struggle occurred. The Reformers were
resisted with arms. Sawney White, alias
Jaines Johnson, a notorious rowdy, run an
awl into a Reformer and was shot dead
with a pistol ball.
Two ether rowdies named Harris and
Dully were shot in the legs. Henry St»rr,
a reformer, was shot in the legs. Wm. Stiles
a reformer, was shot in the arm an leg J.
Woodull was badly beaten, I)r. Richard
son, a reformer, was pursued by the captain
of the Thunder Bolt club, with a drawn
sword, he took refuge in a store, and the
rowdies persuing broke the windows
Richardson, however, managed to make his
Judge Giles of the U. S. district court met
sheriff Cramer in the s'reet, and told him
tn decided terms thst he was to be held ac
countable for all the bloodshed to-day. lie
also toid hiin as a judge and a lawyer, that
he had authority, and it was his duty to
interfere in the 18th ward. Th* rowdies
took possession of the polls, and gave the
reformers notice to quit.
Felix McCurde was severely beaten.
Tom Corwin of Ohio, was present on the
platform, and being called upon for a
speech, said he was there merely by acci*
dent, and begged to be allowed to reflect
upon what he had heard before giving bis
vote upon the matter.
BALTIMOBK, Nov. 2.—Io the 5th ward the
reformers were driven off at an early hour.
The so of Joseph Vansant was beaten
while attempting to vote.
Several -hots were fired, but no person
was injnred. Tha 1st, 2nd and 4th wards
are also in possession of the rowdies,to the
total «xclusion of all who oppose them.
In the 2oth ward the rowdies are knock
Ing down and maltreating whom they
please. The police offer no protection to
the citizens. The rowdies have brought a
swivel on the ground.
In the 12th, 4th, and 16th wards a gang
of rowdies from Washington, fully armed,
are aidirg the Baltimore rowdies.
The indications now are that the Reform
ers, as a general thing, have abandoned the
conquest, finding it was impossible to vote
without risking their lives.
In the 16th ward a boy has bean mortally
wounded by a shot in the breast.
There is much talk in the streets among
the citizens, of the proprietyiof establishing
a vigilance committee.
ST Lous, Nov. 2.—A special dispatch to
the Republican give* the official vota ol tha
recent election in Kansas as follows:
For the constitution, 10419 against the
For the homestaad law, 8768 against the
homestead law, 4772.
NEW Okleans, Nov. 2nd.—Walla, Farge
A Co have obtained tba privelage from 9o
nora, to run a line of weekly stages from
Arizona to Gnamay.
8acbvu.LB, Nov. 2 There war* not any
signe of tha due steamer Ameri«M tM
Halifax, at 9 A. M. thla morning.
I LATE NEWS.
WV» Henry Eve]and v» IJ. W. Smith,et al,
appt: reiuer Co--:: dinned.
James R. lireely v* Sample A WooJ
briiijje, appt Chicka-aw Co.
Ueo. N.Davia k Co. vs James Wcol
remgh, appt Dubuque City Court, JJuluque
Co hy consent of parties, ca?e set down for
2«i Peter Eagan v* S.. F. Shepaid, appt
raycitc l-o- !i*ou«ti to set aside judgment of
Court below, and a re submission of the ca»e,
Wo W. M. Jarvis v* James Warick, appt
Hugh Ke: ne ly vs K
appt Lee Co—reversed.
«-J-J T. .1. Rice vs J. H. Griffith, et al, appt
718 C. Durhrni, appt vs Dennis A Hester,
tiia State of Iowa vs Willis Clemens et al,
appt: Keokuk Co— affirmed.
Tirrible Itailrond Accident*
T|mi K\cur«iuii Train on the Chirng*
Northwestarn railroad thrown off
Kfies Peraoso Killed as4 Twealy.olaM
ATWMTOWX. Wis Nov. 1.—A tarrlbl^
soMdtnt occnrrtd seven miles ftmth of tl.5*
••Itj at about 11 o'clock, A. M. The Irain
contained tin-excursionists for Chicago, io
c^leb rate the openii'g of the Chicago A
QKII. western liuiw y. There w«-re twelve
ger cars and one bairettgc ar, drawn
ll.»- locomotive lVrr}- H. Smith,
he smash up a a* cauaed t.y the eugine
ki.-ig an ox which ran oo the track
clly ahead of the train, too late for the
i.ter to irive any warning. The
motive is a complete wreck. The
ii.eer, fireman and on other person on
tila et gine escaped. The baggage car was
lipou Li completely off the track, into the
h, and the first passenger car tiirectly
it. The baggage car WAS demolished,
five passenger cars smai-bed u:\
he dead al present are as follows Mr.
Ih inas, L". S. Marshal, Milwaukee
on.e Mason, telegraph operator, Fond ilu
Lie J. Snow, J. Bonn!man, J. 1, Gillett,
i John Lund,G. Emerson.C. Petersilia,
1 SI.erwo d, Oshkosb Dr. 8. Miner,
Tiio.»e most seriously iijured. as f..r as we
n leurii, are V B. Siuead, editor of the
i r*-«. Fond du Lac, skull ve-y badlv
kctured, not expected to recover E H.
'Les, Fond "u Lac, both legs off A. I.
I cnc-ie-1, Fond lu IJIC, one leg broken
I obi. Flint, Fot 1 II Lac, one le£f broken
1 rs. J. Radford, Fond du Lac,badly cut up
1 rs. M. Lewis, Fond du l^ac, one leg
Woken Mrs. Baldwin. Oshkoah, both legs
Wokei, Mis roes Kinney, Fond du Lac.
Me le^ broken. The wounded are well
ttkeu care of.
4 Jank viLiE, Wis 10 P. M.—The following
*e among the injured M'ss Foreman.Miss
Jenkinson, Mrs. Jewell, Mrs. I'uge, Mrs.
Qartwri^ht, Mrs. A P. Knnpp, Mrs. Coles
Ba-hfurd, Mrs. Parker 1*. Sawyer, Jas.
Ifartriilje, C. L. Gould.
I Watkrtows, Wis. 8:80 P. M.
one ol the wounded is deud.
of Fond du Lac, hurt, not dangerously.—
9nead still alive. F'. T. Craij, of Chicago,
badly hut in the groin.
ecisil despa'ch to 'he Press and Tribune.]
Janmviixe, NOV. 1 10 P. M.—The total
^umber of killed is eleven, and wounded
Oventy eight. Six cars are smashed to
atoms—engine not seriously injured. The
accident happened one mile north of
Bellville station. The killed and wounded
•re all from Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, and
Tiial of the Harper's Ferry Inniirrec
tiouisla--OIU llrown Convicted.
Chahlebtown, Oct. 31.—The Court House
Was densely crowded to witness the close ol
the trial of Old Brown. The counsel pro
Beeded to sum up Mr. firiewold opened
ior the defense, followed by Mr. Chilton on
(lie same side, and the argument was closed
by Mr. Hunter lor the prosecution
The argument being concluded, Mr. Chil
=^°n asked the Court to instruct the jurv
they believed the prisouer was not a
citizen of Virginia, they cannot convict him
oil the count uf treason The Court declined,
saying Ihe Constitution did not give rights
and immunities alone, but also responsibili
Mr Chilton asked am ther instruction, fo
the effect that the jury must be sitisfiod as
to the pl.ice where the offence was com
mitted, whether within the boundaries of
Jefferson county, which the Court granted.
A recess for half an hour was taken, when
the jury came in with their verdict. An
intense excitement prevailed in the Court
room, lirown sal up in his bed while the
verdict was being rendered. The jury
found him guilty of treason, advising and
conspiring with slaves and others to rebel,
and of murder in the first degree."
Brown labl down quietly. He said no
thing, and there was no demonstiation of
Mr. Chilton moved an arrest of judgn ent
both on account of the errors in the indict
ment and errors in the verdict.
By agreement the points will be argued
lb-morrow morning. Brown was remand
ed to jail.
NEW YORK, NOV. '2nd.—Wendall Phillips
of Boston, delivered a lecture last night in
Brooklyn, in which ha argued that John
Brown was the only American who had
acted boldly up to the true American idea,
and casting aside those false fatal wrap
pings of an effectml cotversalism, and re
fused to re ard anything as a government,
or any statute as law, except those which
conformed to his own sense of justice and „i.„„ „.^.j\i.
of right. Virginia was not a State Mr
Wise was not a Governor the Union was
not a ration. All these so-called govern
roents were organized piracies, and John
Brown was to-day the only real and true
Government on the soil of Virginia, had an
infinitely better light to hang Gov. Wise,
thau Gov. Wise had to hang him. lie also
said "I think you can make a better
use of iron than forging it into chains. If
you must have the metal, put it into
Sharpe's rifles, it is a great deal better used
that way than in tetters a great denl
better than great clumsey statutes of a
false great man, for men to kneel down and
worship In a State House Yard
Mr. Harding announced that he wa9
ready to proceed with the trial of Coppie,
who was brought in, the ceremony of paas„
ing between a file of armed men being dis
pensed with. Coppie took a seat between
Griswold and Hoyt, who appeared as his
counsel. He appeared calm and composed.
Tlie remainder of the day was spent in
was not complete when, at 5 o'clock, the
NEW YORK, Nov. 1.—The raids Wash
ington dispatch says
"I have it on the most reliable authority
that the death penalty will not be immedi
ately inflicted on Oi Brown. He may be
sentenced to d:e on the gallows within two
or three days, because the ordinary delay of
thirty days between sentence and execu
tion does not apply in the case of one con
victed of excitin-/ slaves to insurrection.—
Bu' Gov. Wise admires Brown's indomitable
pluck, and for that, and because he wishes
to show the world how magnanimous Vir
ginia can be, he will probably respite the
execution for at least thirty days.'
I should |not be surprised from what I
learn if an order will be made dirtcting
Brown to be sent to Richmond, and if he
should be kept in the Penitentiary there
until soch time as the Governor fixes for his
A Massachusetts lady, whose name I un~
deretand to be Child*, has written to Wise,
requesting permission to wait upon and
nurse the unfortunate old man. The per
mission has been granted."
The jury have sworn in Coppee's ease.
The testimony is about the same as already
publ.shed, but more brief. The examina
tion of witnesses for the prosecution was
not concluded at adjournment.
Cook waives an examination before the
Arrival of Ike 8i*sa*r Arago,
NEW Yokk, NOV. 1 —The steamer At ago
arrived this evening from Havre and South*
ampton. Her political news ha* been «u»
tirely anticipated, but she brings London
dates to the 19th of Oct.
Among her passengers are Mrs Mason
and family, lion. Mr. Keitt and lady, Je
rome Napoleon Bonaparte, and Prof. Ohilds
The Arago passed the steamer Vanderbilt
on the 12tt, off the Needles, botand in.
LONDO*, Oct. 19 —Consols to-day quoted
96 St-8a96 1-2 for money, and 96 6-6 for ac
count The market for breadstuff* is firm
I» CUtirt jmuchln* WvrH»%
Iaprovad OamnaMna and mde Valve
aad Saw Mill Marhlasn, Hgar MUls
BhafUae PMMe*. Ac.
All kiaAs ol Haass aa«
MAKIETS—No changes of importance has
taken |Ucc in the produce market to-day.—
'Thereceipis have been fair, although AS
heavy as during some days last month: We
FLOCF—A good retail demand has give the
market a lively turn* Albiou extra is firm at
$4 25(($4 30 wholesale fl 5" re'ail,
W HE AT Market firm with a fair supply.—
No 2 Spring fi«i70c.
BARLEY— In demand with small receipts.—
Good clean 4iut4ao.
OATS Supply limeted aad demand food.—
CORN—Little in market no changes in quo
tations Si7(i42ic for ear.
POTATOES- F'air supply at 25(g35o.
ONIONS—NO change to note. White 2:'(£
BUCKwhbat-Selling readilv at $4 o0 perlOo
Hay—Market in goixl condition wt'h a large
supply. We quota upland prairie at |4 40g
EGOS- In good demand a U(ftl2)^e, for
BITTER—In good demand for family use.
We oolite good dairy 17g20c common fir
kin and roll at ]2 .((il£c.
CHEESE—Western Reserve 8c wholesale and
HAMS— Oacd ugarcuud JCe mil COB
RYE FLOUR—Steady $3 60(fi4 30
WHEAT--Dull ani heavy Sales 3000 bush.
Choi -e white winter $1 50
Rvx —Quiet «4^ai'i bSc.
BARLEY- Quiet h0(h*9c.
Cchji-'Dull. No Sales and unchanged.
OATS.— Steady, 44(o 45c State and western.
Pore-Dull. $15 37.
LAKo Quiet and heavy, sales 200 bbls 11(9
iii'TTKR. Fair request 15%$l8c Ohio
CHECSE- -Steady lOfiilOJ^c.
Wuiskey—Dull and heavy. Sales 100 bbls.
TO-D \Y'S ADVT'S.
FILL AND WINTER TK10E.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL.
O E 1 A N E W A Y I S K S
Orrm DAII.T DEMOCRAT AND News I
DAVENPORT,NOVEMBER 1, LS6».
WBATBBB—Another beautiful fall day has
been added to the many of the same kind we
have had this scaro '. A plc.isant warm sun
rendered everytbir chcerful and gave busi
ness u lively ap[cHran.~e.
SHOULDERS- Good 7c wholesale and retail
I)I:IED REEF—lie wholes, le and 13c retail.
DRIED APPLES—A good article quoted at lie
wholesale and \-ly£ ail.
DRIED Pkacuis—Unparcd 11 }JE wholesale
and 15c retail: pared 'ibc retail.
CoDPiSB- A good article 3o retail.
Tuesday Nov. 1.
FLOUR—Dull and inactive at $4 6om$4 tiO.
WHEAT—Declined ^ccglc. No 2, S6 to 87o.
COKN Good new 5St&60o for 60 lbs.
OATS—Sale* of No 1 at 32c.
Bablet— Nol in store 61 (^°2c.
Rtb—Doll and declined '.l(&4c. No 1 in
(tore WniOlc do on track 70c.
Pi TATOKd- Steady. 3.~to 40.
HIDES—Market dull and heavy. Oram
Salted 6££7c dry [email protected] dry flint
NEW YOPK MARKET.
NEW YOKE, November 2.
FLOUR—Without change. Sales 1000 bbls.
$4 7i(t£$4 30 Super State $4 ."5(t$4 FIx
tra Slate* $4 76(£$4 Saper-Wastern $'(%
$6 8«i Commcn to medium Extra Western:
$ii li'l iuterior to good shipping brands
extra R. H. O.
Just received, and in store a fresh stock of
Fwlga aid Domestic 6r«cfrte».
Consisting in |«rt as follows: 60 sacks Rio
COVFEE, -0 sacks Maracabo, 7o packages Java,
lo che--ts Mwcha, 25 biixe* gnu ml Coffee, 104
half chest! TEA, Yonng lly in, Imperial,
Oolong, Ning Yong A Souchong*, 30 caddies
old Hyon. 6o quintils of Codli'h !o bbls.
No. 1 Mackerel, 20 bbls. do,, 2i kits me*s
do.: 1"0 boxes Scotch Herring Salmon, Trout,
smoked Haullibut, Tougues and Sounds
W oohsn WAKE.— Rope, Bedcord, Clothes
lines, Sewing and Wrapping Twine, Spices
ground and whole 100 .z. ltrocms, assorted
sites, Co:ton batting, Wick.
10 Hdds. Brown Sugar, 50 Bbls. Clarified
Sugar, fi»l pkges. Molasses and Syrups, UO
boxes Raisens, new fruit 40 half do, 6o quar
ter do. Western Rcseive, English Dairy, and
Pine-Apple Cheese Stationary, every variety
of Brushes and 1000 other thing* too numer
our to mention.
Call and examine the above stock before
T. n. MORLEY, A Co.
Corner 2d and Perry street
Dave n port, Iowa, November 1st, 1868.
EGAL NOTICE.—Iu the County Court
.4 of Scott County, Iowa.
In the matter of the application of Mary
Ann Doyle administratrix of the eatato of
Andrew Doyle deceased, for leave to sell real
Notice is hereby ven that the undersigned
Mary Ann Doyle administratrix of the estate
of Andrew Doyly deceased, has filed in said
Court,her petition, praying for leave to sell
the following real estate, belonging to naid
deceased in his lifetime, for the payment of
thedebts of said estate, to-wit
Lot No. three, in Rlock No. two, in ?orrest
A Dillon's addition to the city of Davenport,
County and State aforesaid. And it is ordered
by said Conn, that said petition be set for
hearing on the first Monday of November, A.
D. l--*^, at the Court House in thu city of
Davenport, Iowa at which timo all persons
interested are notified to appear and show
cause, if any they have only the prayer of said
petition should not be granted.
MARY ANN DOYLE,
Admx. of Andrew Doyle, deceased.
Dated No*. 1, 1&>». [nov 3-d3t.
W. D. Blain, X.D.,
located !n H.r Ci'jr of Dav-opoft re
solicit* !i" patronage of theettiteu.
Havlaf had loic exptrience In the tr-stmsnl
DIBBABBB OF TBB BTB,
arri rtve then, together with Other htdles, Ms
OT fMBoa SS Brodr-otroet, Bret slam abevo the
I N S U A N E
Wirt, Jftarime and Lift
EDWIN FAY, Agent,
MARINF AND F1KE INSURAR0 C€
TUB GREAT WESTERN.
Iiwaiei IMI Trvt
1 CAPITAL IM,OOO.
Oflao No. 19 Beady stmt, with Pabkeb 4
tow ABBS. wt26 ly.
^liERIFr'ri SALE.-STATE OF IOWA
i CT"wti I ounty, In the District Court tf
K 't County, Srate of Iowa.
I'-v viriunof an execution issued fnm the
offi of the Clerk of the District Court of
hcott Countv, loaa, in favor "f William Jam
'*on plaintiff, ami against J. A A. M. Larimer
def. ,i,|.,IjtJ. dated October IS. I8.«.». and to me
directed,commanding uie that of tie gooda,
mtcrt-t in any o- uiwinv,
a*ht* iue, pn.fH-rV? in the h*ml« ..f thir-1
S"!i,landaand tc-nen:ent iWti ich are not exempt
by Uw Irom execution] of the above named
ttetcri.Uiit», 1 lu.ikeor cause to be made the
Jin, ol $i.,4 41-1,1,, „jtt| i,,terest
And I hereby ve public notice that l«hnll
offer l..r sale at public outcry t„ uu, highest
and bent bidder therefore in cash, at llm
Court House door, in Davenport, S". !t
Nov. l*t, lb59. H. LEONARD,
Sheriff of Seutt Co., Iowa.
HEREAS, mi the 21st day of Oetobar,
A. h., Is5% hiintifin
Thodt and Catharine Tliodt. bis wife executed
unto Isaac W ooilwurd a- trustee, a certain
Deed ot Trust conveying to -aid trustee the
lands in S™tt County. Iowa, described as fol
lows. to wit: The West half., of the South
West quarter (»4 of Section N„. two ,2,! and
the KUKI half "I tin* Eolith F.ast quarter
M, of Section No. three 3,] and the .North
West quarter o! the North West quarter
1'4, of Section No. eleven ^11,] in Towns) ip
No. seventy nine  N'oitb of Range No.
three 3' F.ast of the tilth [..tbj P. M. Also
the South West quarter [)4l of the South
W est quarter '4 of Section No. twenty seven
[27, Townhij. No. eighty [Mil North ol Range
No. thrre .3) East of Ihe filth [5th! 1*. M.
which said conveyance was made by the said
Chri-Miun Thodt, .loetrn Thodt and Catharnie
Thodt, hi* wile fiarthe piirposcot securing tho
payment of twocertain pr-'Uiissory notes, ai
the interest thereon, nivneil by the said Chris
tiaiiTho.lt tnd .luchin Thodt, dated Ihe 21st
day o October, A. D., IK»S, one of which said
notes was made pal able to the order of I. (J.
Slieaff, one year afterdate, for Ihe sum ..| three
thoiisanil [#i.ll"0 dollars, with intereat at tc-n
[Hi! per cent, per annum, payable annuallv
and one to Charles H. Sheiitl, for the sum of
three hundred [^'^'O] dollars, payable one year
from date, with in'erest payable annuallv, at
tlie rite ot ten per cent, per annum aftor ma
And now said notes having become due
and payable, and the said Christian Thodt,
and .lochin Thodt, having failed to pay the
same, I, Isaac W. Woodward, trustee, as
aforesaid, do heieby fjive this public notice
that by virtue of the power which is in
Bie vested by said deed •. trust, I will on
Wed lies lay, the 30th day of November, IS5K,
at the hour o two o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, at the Court House door, in tho City
of Davenjort, in said County of Scott, eijH -e
an I offer tor sale al public auction uensh, tho
parcels of land above described, or so much
thereof as .shall be sufficient to satisfy and pay
ti e amount of taid notes with interejt thereon
to the day of sale, together with all the costs
and expenses attending cak' sale, cosls
of this notice and trustees fees.
Dated thi" 2nd day of November, A I). 18Ci9.
ISAAC W. WOODWARD,
THE LARGEST AND REST ARRANC1
Hotel iu the New F.npl.ind States is
centrally located, and easy ot access from ail
the router of travel. It contains all the mod
ern iiiiprovcm"iits,and every convenience for
the comfort and accommodation of the trav
elling public. The sleeping rooms are lance
and well ventilated the suite* of rooms arc
well arranged, and cvinpletely furnished for
families, and laige travelling parties, and
the house will eontince to be kept
a* a first
clasn Hotel la aveiy respeet.
jan!8dly LF.WlS RICE Prorctetor
The Ruth Continue*
S E N I S O K
W««I«B Blaakets A Uliawls
A DRAWERS FOR MENS WEAR
Cheaper than ever before thoogbt of I
I.OOO Yds Maslin de Laiaea, I'^cls.
F'aw pieces of those Splendid Plaids left
Now baing given at
A. W. BAILET«S»
Opposite Cook Sargent's
To the Trade.
E WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION
dealers in Groceries to our complete
Light and Shelf Groceries*
which we offer at wholesale at prices less than
they can be purchased in Fiastern markets ad
ding cost of carriage, Ac. It is our design to
close out our slock of this class of goods, aid
we shall offer great inducements to buyers.
Moderate credit will be extended to prompt
parties or ratisfactory security.
18d3m N. E. cor. Rrady and Front sta
Co-Par (iiertilii p.
R. GEO. DIXWELL, of Ronton, is ad
a partner in our llouie from, and
after the first day of October. Our agency
in Hoston will hereafter be conducted uuder
the name and style of Sargent A Dixwell.
COOK A SARGENT.
Davenport, October 1st, iSMi.
For Sale at a Great Bargaii.
NE SPLENDID LARGE SPAN OF
horses, handsome traveler* and
kind in every spot and place. Also one very
nice silver mounted double harnesi, of a
small size, would do for a pair of mule* or
small horses. Also one very light seeoad rate
two or one horse wagon.
The above will be sold at a bargain. For
particulars apnly at THOMAS ORK'S AUC
TION ROOM, No. 5, East Second street.
UNDERSIGNED WOULD KE3
PBCTRRLLY announce to the citiseas of
Davenport and vicinity that be haa removed
to No. 22 LeClaire Row,'where he will be hap
py to see all of hi* old friends and aaaaaiatan
ees, and as many others a* will favor him with
their patronage. H. WKMTTALL,
oet22 dtf Per S. H. CVABB,Agt.
KF.CEIVED and for sale ehaap, a
choice assortment of eaadies, ants aad
fruits, of all seasonable kinds.
oct*2 dtf S. H. STARK, Agt.
BY THK BARBEL
E O A N E W S
THE WEEKLY LEMnltAl KEWO
TNt Rtnu N A I
MOO PUR ANNUM. IN ADVAJIl'ft
ftalea *1 A4*«rti*|», la tk* W*~Bl»*
On* HW .w ft
es- vtiitnnal inn va 3o
square one n, .n't, JN
thre» month* «a
». nx'i.' OB
M. I la
I levied ,hp
fu„ iWj de.crlbe(1 real
estate .sett County, low. The south
WCM !ju:irter of „eeti..|, r,6 Township
seventy-nine 7V N.K. f„ur 4 cast 4th
as the property o| suid del. udnilts.
Iowa, on M'.i.ilav, December 5lh. InVj, at tlie
hour ot two o'clock P. M. o|said day, tlieaboe
described pro|eitt, or so much thereof as will
Satisfy the above debt with interest and costs.
Oneculumn. utie o *a
Mark lot Sl C'orbin,
B*re and Dealers la Rtclisa|%
SIST riBCOND 9TBMW,
r% ti *()•,
On ki L.«n, n
Pwsstfa ItreJU tm amy mtass detirtd
Civil BRpinffr and
i'RFPAiil 1 to Atteri«i tn nil
per:ainiiii( to bis protesaion vit:
SERVE VINO, LEVELLING, CONSTRUC
TION OF DAMS, LEVF.ES .( URIDCVK,
Plsns,Pr files, and F'^titnaie. i-xe.
accuracy and dispatch. Office uld Couaoil
Chamer, cor. #d and Hiady Sis.
oet. 14. tf.
VNION HOI ^K.
Float Hirei-t, Bel. Mrady and Mate
C. S A N K O I I l'r 'prirtor.
A OM.modations. CI
16th bin. dwtf
beds, and kIU I |»r. Hoard aad balg^i
by week, f'J.ii'.
••.') sta'o'iing lor team*.
COOK 4k 8AHf K.\T!l""
Davenport, October 15th, 1V59.
ft are prapared to offer great bargain* ia
Real E-tate to those who drains t.ieo
Cuj.y er impr ve.
Vie have unimproved lands in every county
along the line th» d.
bore and the Mi.-H.uri limr, which We will
Sell very cheap to actual settlers,
Wu have,also,any quantity of
City and Town Property,
Improved m.d Ul.iMi j.r. Vi d, 'i sale or letlre a
terms that will nut a| |.li. anl-
Call or Hddre-s either «.| ur Real Estate
fices, and We will accommodate those set klag
homes or profitable iiiVe-lmei t.
COOk a dAK( ENT.
e a n a e i e n
ro*Torn:I: RI ii.dino.
on AORRH 2i« nine# front civ,|r4 hrwsa
O" si»i »nd .l.ed Hull well ami o iirm, Mad
»i" 'i tin will no t.'f.
120 ae es. und'-r nn* oiltivatt B, «•,. 1 hiM,
ban., k -, oi I nil on. inl, ..iUn o.j.—
i- U«n- of ihe te .i mr.i
8 o.i c.'tn ty
80 tciM, all iiMivi |"l .lid riir gi ..I b.MSoa
ani i-tibie, only 14 m.les u.. Ilnnl. a Cu-»lt.eB
120 acrrs, ill nc.d ard an ler rult v»»l .n goat
bo...r and i'»-
n i«.or ictiaid atar
wll' b- s.ld I on'y $10.
Wanted Immediately, 0«4 r»a tm
lesMoiDis l.aod Agency.
milE UNDERMINED HAVE FOR SALS
J. I^nd \V arrants i diirerent sises, which
they will sell lor cash or on timo to auit par*
They will pay pirticulsr attention to the BO
lecion and location of Lund, in Dee Moines, Ft.
Iii dj c, Chant on,snd other We*teru l.ui.iillfa
tricts. Also to pnyment of Tase» and Laad
on all nartf of tbc uited States bought aad
COOK, SAR'JF.NT A COOK,
Bankers and Land Agent*.
A N A i E N
NOTARY PI BMC.
AND WAIiRANTS LOCATED IN ALL
^the Offices now o|,en. Special care lakea
to secure first quality
Land, and p.. lo
those entrusting mo to lMtotaU*eir
BOLOHT A SOLD, ON COMWTS5rrfJI.
CONVEY ANI IN» DONE,
AND TITLES EXAMINED WITH CAI3II
PATENTS PROI I RE1.
Will give Special attention to
COL LECTIN! IIK UTS RENTS, die.
Wf Remittance* promptly made.
i^r or sale 25o !.ot* 11, the city of Da
venport. Aisoalarge quantity of Impruvad
ind niUiproved Laud* in Iowa, from $1,26
to per acre.
t^TOfice No. v:.ri Main St. Davenport.
Cook dr Sargent, (linkers, DaveBBort Iowa.
R. E. Campbell, Ranker,
i. L. Daven|iortt I'ra't of State tfaak
(i. C. R. Mitchell,
Putnam A l.eake, Att'ys,
L. C. Dessaint, Esq.
May 28 dly.
Nebraska Land Agency!
COOK, liAKG£NT PAJtlU^
attend promptly to• II business coa
ne«:ted with a Ijind Agency, either!*
Nebraska, or western Iowa.
LAND WARKANTS Lought,sold aad lo«.
Business for them can be left with any af
COOK A SAKOEN Daveni'irt,)
COOK, SAIU.'T DOWNED A C... la low*
COOK, SARfi'T COOK,lie*
SAlUsF.NT A D1XWF.LL. Raaton, Maae.
Liver) and Male stable.
Frank keodrick, Proprietor,
Corner of Perry aad Sd sta.
/CARRIAGES A VEHICLK8,
vv of all deseriptiona oo basA
land ready for service at all boon
of day and night.
ehesn. g. R. Agt.
tba bm sa
^wai, babadll BTAJUl'S.
Oar horses are well known t»
be the lest in this vicinity,and our earrisgea
are of the latest styles and best manufaciiua.
BOOTS IND 8HOK8 i
*mm mMPmm arouet
BBAOT ITUR. BAvmon.
BATS new la slere a lata* aad well
stock ot Bnots aad Bus, u wMcB I
el all Ml weat el eetMaa IB BBl
Onmlrm Tmden wi*BleB UnfMiaiM
will Sad n
U UMlr advaatsas to eall ea sse
WfeTwe oaatiaa* la Bel I o^.t
WSB e» asdasa sassi sal
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