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DRY
GOOD8.
KLMUMI 4 WILLIIS8,
|l Brady Street, Bslww tad*
',
ft
"ARE SELLING OFF THEIR
O i I
—At—
Tweity per. Ceat Bel«w Cost!!
tOW
IS THE TIME TO BUY FOUR
HoUid*7 PrMeatB I
PP"Tbe Price en Every Article.
CALL AND SBC TUX.
4ec20-dAwtf
SI
AWLS! SHAWLS! SMWLS?
Cloaks! Cloaks! Cloaks!J
At really Reduced Price*!
CALL AND 8KB THEM.
ELOK1DGE WILLIAMS,
SI BRADY STRSBT, BRLOW «•,
dec 20-d*wtf
U E S S i O O S
OP AXJLI KXNIMI
Bedaced Twenty per Ceat!
—AT—
ELDRIDGE A WILLIAMS')
23 Ilrady Street, Below 9sd.
dM 20-IA wtf
Still Closing Oat!
COJtiPETVJY BEFMED
GOODS SACRIFICED DAILY!!
E. & R. H. TV\i:R'8,
90. lO E. FRONT ST
Where ew be found a large and varied aa
aortment of
DRY GOODS,
FANCY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
IIATS AND CAPS,
CLOTHING, AC.,
[hat Must ftB4 Shall be 8§lt*
^MEMBER THE PLACE.
}ltl
Notice oV Itciiiural.
E. k R. H. TYNER
E O V E
To No* 1# East Frost Street.
OPPOSITE RIRROWS' MILL*
Davenport Oet. 8th, 1859.—dawtf
Important to Farmer*
CZiOSZNO BAZiB.
mm SACRIFICED DAILY!!
AT
Ee R. II. TYXEB'S
Ho. 10 E, Frost Strset,
HAVE
TnEY
HAVE A LARGE AND VARIED
Assortment of
Assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
HATS,
CAPS,
BOOVS*
SHOES,
CLOTHING,
Adapted partteelnrly to thewmen and wantaof
tbe fanning community.
Jtaofc Before l*otc Buy
THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD I
Oct 19 wtf
DKUGGISTS.
Wjnojr DRUG STORM,
••...........•Brady Street,
P. OLDWEILER
Draggist and Chemist.
THE
sUHSCIUHER respectfully informs his
Friends.and the Public, that he has purchased
the ab've-named 5tanl. «hcrt°ho lutends keep
ing a woll-eelected ^to.K ct'
Drsffi, JBedleitu»i ChemicmU,
Oila, Faacf Artlclca, aad Perraaaerjr,
Jnight.
|TMedicine*s to be had at allhoan of the day
[octl&ltf.
Ciemr the Trmek.
HM Old ladeaeadeat I.lae oa Ike raata Aeata.
THE PRICE OF BEEF DOWN.
Opposition Courted, Competition DeSed.
W(IBradyre-of
E have ned our Market Hoaae at No.
atreet, and intend to spare no paics
to saltall that may favor us with a call, both ia
prieaaad qaality.
OadHnn aaayalwaye rely upon ftndiaga gaed
•MuctMeat froa which to make their seleettMM*
Partfealar atteatioa paid to Paekiag Beef aad
Perfcisr CaaHyaea.
JaaaaryHUfe*.
jMlft A.C.#A.XIUXe
DRY GOO]
v a a v z a
"^fHT 18 IT BAILEY SELLS
o N
LCIEIPf
HE BUYS CHEAP AND SELLS AT A SMALL
PROFIT,:
Aaotter ftock of tools JastOprocl.
—BB8T—
i A E A I N K S
13%, Is A 20 cts.
Former Price 15, 20aad Sficeslgb
DRESS GOODS all marked down. 3500y4t tip
top fine cloths, uarrarutd fiat colon, only
8 eta. a yard.
Ureal Bargains!
Come in and examine, opposite Cook A Sargent's
Bank.
deoM] A. W. BAILEY.
W A
A n n o i
o o o s a i
FOR THE
O I A Y S
THEY WILL FIND THE
Largest, Best and Cheapest
ASSORTMENT
-AT-
W A S W O S
dee 23-tf
W Y E
ALL WOOL,
O 9 I A N W O O
8hmk*rt
E. A R, H. TYNER.
TWILLED FLANNEL,
Au«coLoaa
Sae^ae Flaaiels,
O
^Reeoad street*
l*tween Bradj aad Pecry.
AMERICAN HOUSE,
BOSTON,
1
8 THE LARGEST AND BEST ARRANGED
Hotel in the New England Stales: iseentrally
located, and easy of aceess from all the router of
travel. It eoatains all the modevaiasprovements,
*ad every eoavenieaee for theeoastataad aocom
modatioa of the traveUiag nallie. The deep
las reoas an large aad well mill i ted the
Mlaa of rooms arewell ammAstd eemplete
wS» tsaveUiaf
Vrtte aad tke hease will eeetiSSahe kept
stwtel—i Betel la every
wm!
Fair ii the largest aad
Lbest over held ia Davenport, to ia
lie Largestaad lost Stock
OP
Clatki,
CudaerM 4k TMliagi«
{Suitablef PsH and Winter) ever offered iatks
market will open at
8A1IEL PERRY'S,
(store opposite the Post Office i which will be aude
up to auit customers on a short notice, aad
Prices ia keepiag with tM Tlaei.
A large aaaortment of
RE1DY-M1DE (LOT
BINS
ForMet, V .uthianl Boy*,of my own manafaet
ure which will be told at
ni^itern Z*rleea*
I shallconti«ue to manufacture my own Cloth
ing thereby (riving a
A BETTER QABKEST
For the same mo ley than any EaiUramade gooda,
Everything in the
Furulotaing Departneat'
Can be found.
Bhirte of all deecrtpttona,
Under Clothing la endleee variety,
Btocks.
Handkerchief,
Stocks,
Soapendere, Ae. fee,.
A large aad aplendid assortment of
e n s S a w s
the cheapest ever offered in this market.
Allef which the public are invited to ^examine.
OMLY OWBPRICB.
SAMUEL PERRY,
Brady at., oppo l\et Office.
aept 18
CARPEI8! CARPETS: CARPETS!
Great Carpet Hall.
llflt 137 Lake Street, Chicago, Btatrs.
HOLLISTER~& WILKINS,
Have for aale a large and superior assortment of
Msdollion. Wilton, Taj,—try-Velvets, English
TaptHry ami Btx/y Brtutelt, IVl»
Ply, Tfiprntry Ingrain, 9*r
ptrjlni Injrain,
and tit'iir
OAHFX1TI MOM.
—ALSO—
MATTINGS,
RUGS,
OIL CLOTHS
MATS,
Wlatew Shades and Curtain GMds
In gnat variety, with Irianiap to mateh.
X*urnistainc Oocxi*
Linen and Cotton Sheeting*
Table Linea, Hopkins,
an
(I Pillow Caning
Tomtit, Blanket*, Quilt*.
CPBOLITiaillO GOODS,
OF ALL KIGDS.
Waitresses, Lounge*,
Prlnw Live Geese Feathfrs.
Ourlong established bu-iDes.« enable a us to offer
BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES
thaa any similarhouie in tbe Northwest.
*cP 15 sm
HOLLISTER A WILKINS.
BANKING.
OoK k s AKOENT. II. D. IOW SKY, W. CCHTI3.
Cook, Sargent, Downey & Co«,
so*
ts n
DEALERS IN EXCHANGE *e.,
IOWA CITY. IOWA.
BUY
AND SELL EXCHANGE, DISCOUNT
paper, make collcctioi.s, receive deposits, al
wing interest at 6 per cent, to regular customers,
and do a regular banking business. oclodtt
Bankers & Dealers in Exchange
COOK SARGENT,
PAVRNPORT, IOWA.
COOK, SARGENT, DOWNEY 4k CO.,
IOWA riTY, IOWA.
COOK, SARGENT A COOK,
DBS MOHOB, IOWA.
)K, SARGENT A PARKER,
COOl
FLORENCE, NEBRASKA.
SARGENT A DIXWELL,
BOSTON, MAS8.
NOTES
AND BILLS COLLECTED *nd pro
ceeds remitted to any part of tbe Ubited
States. Bills of Exchange on all the principal
Cities of the United States and Europe bought
and sold. Money remitted to Europe in Sight
Rillt, which can be cached in auy town in Eng
land, Ireland or Wales, in sums of £1 and upwards.
REFER TO:
F. IIavcn,Esi|., Pree't Merch. Bank, Boston, Macs.
A. D. Hodges, Ksq.,Pres't Wash. Bank,"
J. J. Dixwell, Esq., Pres't Mass. Bank,
Chas- G. Loring, Esq., Pres't Mass. Uospl Life Ins.
Co., Boston, Mass.
J. Seymoar, E#q.,Cash'r Bank of N.America, New
York City.
Clark, Dodge A Co., New York City.
John O. Sargent, Esq., 68 Wall St, do
h. W. Clark A Co., .Philadelphia,
J. J. Anderson ACo., St.Louis, Mo.
Geo. Smith A Ce Chicago.
F. Granger Adams, Eao.,.. Chicago
ocl5dtf
TILLMAN, POWBBS WcLEAN,
BANKER8,
€aat«a Haaasl, ^*d bulbh i* izohawob
NickolU' Block, corner Brady and Second tfi,
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
EXCHANGE
on all the important eities of tbe
United States, Great Britain, Ireland, and
continental Europe, bought and Sold.
Notes and drafts oollected and proceeds remitted
to any part of tbe United States, at lowest rates
of exchange.
Collection of notes, drafts, accounts, legacies
and inheritances made in all parts of the United
Sta es, Canadas ann Europe.
Stocks and bonds bought and sold on commis
sion, and dividends collected.
Land Warrant* bought, sold and located.
Azchaage ea Utlee ta the Vailed SIMM.
Carpenter A Vermilge, New York eity:
Albany City Bank, Albany, New York
Buffalo City Bank,
1
•f
k
LBWU
Baffalo, New York
Bank of Commerce, Boston. Massachusetts.
TradMiaue's Bank, Philadelphia, Penn.:
JfTlil J^M"f!ct,,peT" Pittsburg, Pa.
McKik A Ca., Baltimore, Md.
Gilnxsps A Brotherton, Cincianati, Ohio:
Stat*
Savings Aeacciatloa,
St. Louis, Mo.
Cftiaatos' Bank, New Ottawa: La.
«Wmke.'iOkiMCo,lU.
1
I
I ..
INSURANCE.
•DtOUBLAJICB.
MBS, IARIIB ARB LIFB.
«c r'* e 0 mfm p|a n|y
[Hartford—Chartered 1S19.
ym/m
E n a u n e 0 0 n v
Of the City of New York.
Ckuk Capital, 1,#00,000
fnswjr mmn'ce *C 0 9 i» y
Of IlartfoHU
OaA OapiimL, #0,0M
Uortlx»Wast«n a* I
n u n e e w s s y
Of tbe State oi New York.
OapiteU, 1*0,004
JHutumt Lift tnimrmnm* €0.,
A"{uirvl (hpital 2,000,000
Aaseu 31«t Jan'y, 1S5^, $2,272^(3.32
Offics—Rojiii No. 1 Hoofman'o Block, Main st
ug5d*w' HENRY B. HOFFMAN, Agent.
Guri agaiast Fall Wlater Fire:
—BV—
CDOICC INSURANCE.
WITH THE
Incorporated 1818—Charter Prepetnal.
CASH CAPITAL, $1,000,000,
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.
SET SI Itl'Ll'S OF *913,1 fel, 79,
All the prestige of 10 years sacceesand ex
perience.
I A S O $ 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oflosses hav-been paid by the .TCfua Insurance
Company in the past 40years.
The value of reliable Insurance will be^apparent
from the following
LOSSES PAID BY THE ETNA
DUK1NGT1IE PAST FIVE I EARS:
Ih Ohio,.... $431,.r.2" 83
In Wisconsin, lO'j,'.'55 o7
In Kentucky,'^ '4JVJ3 4o
Missouri... 3S1.51ts 04
Iowa A Minn.,lol, :yii 46
Peun'a d' Vu. :11.59a, b2
In -!ich.,. .$1
6-,t)43 ^1
In Indiana, 146,?: y bl
In Illinois,. 448,327 41
Tennefseo.. ft7,64s 21
Kau.ANeb., l'J,'.i45 77
Ark.&Ga., 23,»45 oy
Mississippi and Alabama,... .$52,412 lb
Fire and Inland Xavigation
ltiska accepted at terms con-istent with solvency
and 'air profit.
Efpecinl attention (/it-u to fnturanc9 DWELL-
ISQSand Qantentu,for term« of 1 to 5 yvirt.
The solid service long and successfully tried,
and the many advantages the .-Etna Insurance
Company j^xse-ses in its line should not be
overlooked by those ready to insure and under
Handing their best interests
During the "?tringent times" the necessity for
reliable Insurance becomes an imperative duty—
the ability of property owners to sustain loss be
ing then much lessened.
Agcneics in all the principal citie« and towns
throughout the State. Policies iseuod without
delay, by any of theduly authorized Agentsofthe
Company.
•S^** Busint** attcruie'l to with Li»patcft and
Fidelity.
I1ENUY B. HOFFMAN.
Agont,
Office, Room No. 1. Hoffman's Block, Main
street. [novU-dSm.
RE1L ESTATE AND
JOMM.V E.
General Real Estate Agent,
Loss and Issarssce Broker,
COM. OF DEEDS FOR XE\tf YORK 4SL
OTUER STATES.
H. Y. SLAY.MAKER,
NOTABT Pl'BLIC AND COMMI^SOSER OF DlIM VOR
MINNESOTA!
OFFICE NICKOLLS' BLOCK, VP STAIRS,
DAV2NP0RT, IOWA,
OOlfnjTI ABSTRACTS OP TITS TITLR TO ALL t.Awna
IN 8COTT COl'STT.
New York Insoranee Agency,
CASH CAPITAL ^REPRESENTED,.S3 000 000
WITH LAKCiX SI KPLU8.
PHffiNIX FIRE~NSIRANCE CO.
OF X. YOKK AND BROOKLYN,
CASH CAPITAL, $200,009
STEPHEN CROWELL, Pres't
Pdilanbek
SUAw,Sec'y
Atlantic Fire Insurance Ceap'y
OF N. YORK AND BROOKLYN,
CASn CAP11AL, tl50.000
JOHN D. COCKS, Pres't
HORATIO
DoBS,Sec'y
Lamar Fire Insurance Comp'y,
OF NEW FORK CITY,
CASH CAPITAL, .$00,000
E, ANTHONY, Pres't
J. R. STJesii, See*y.
Fulton Fire Insurance Comp'y,
OF NEW YORK CITY,
CASH CAPITAL, $150,000
WILLIAM A. COBB, Pges'tJ,
AMIS M. RaNKiss, Sec'y.
Bambolt Fire Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK CITY.
CASH CAPITAL,
$200,00
JOHNRANKIN, Pre't
WILLIAM Mcluoan. Sec'y.
New York Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK CITY.
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL, 11^00,000
MORRIS FRANKLIN, Preet,
Punr
Fbukak,Actuary.
APPLICATIONS
FOR INSURANCE AND
Policies issued in the above old and re
sponsible Companies, on first claos risk* only, bv
JOHN L. SWITS,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
NICKOLLS' BLOCK.—UP STAIRS.
octlOdtf
fill: Tborcrash
8B0BT BOBRBB BULLS*
For Smle or Lease,
APPLICATION IS MADE IMMEDIATELY
to John M. CANNON, at Daven port.
FARMERS, NOW IS YOUR T!*S'
If yea eaaaet hay, Leaee fat a year or two, anttt
J«l«9ta atMl.
INSURANCE.
FIRE, 1MLAKD LIFB.
OONWAY INSURANCE COk,
MM lAsncimm.
Goal Capital and surplus
HAMPDEN INSCRANCI 00.,
arailiGriELD^MAM.
Oaah Capital aad ^surplus |Ut,l00
piORTH AMERICAN IK& CO.,
(or ARTJORB, cess.
Cash Capital tl«^0
jLORILLAHD INS.
00.,
or NIW RORJt.
Caah Capital SMS^OO
MANHATTAN LIFE IBS. 00,
or NBW TOR*.
Cash Capital $ 7 5 0 0 0
CITY FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
XIV HAVBN, CONN.
Capital $500,000
W. SOUTHWORTH, Pres't.
O. N. SCBAXTON,Sec'y.
FIELD A KAUFMAN, Agents.
Lahrman's Block, 2d-st,
H. FIELD: Agent, Davenport, Iowa
OfBce next door to the Post Office, |fl|
R'jck Uland, III. oetl.
IWlLLtAM *4MJLEJ9\
I [ATTORNEY AT LAW,:
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Real Estate ft lasaraace^Ageat,
BAVJbiPOHT, IOWA.
SprlngAtld Fir* mnd JIMHtu.
Insurance Co., of Springfield, Man.
CASB CAPITAL |445«Ti4 86
JfferchanV*
Inntrmee Company, of Hartford, Omm.
OAS*Oaktalanl M39.070 83
City Fir*
Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
OAsa OAPITAL k
SCRPLCS,
JO»I
*336,098 04
Western .liastach u*ettn
Insurance Company, of Pittsidd,
CASH CAPITAL It FCKPLCS §225,0*75 38
WILLIAM ALLEN, Agem,
i-*r fEee cor Main ind Second Streets, uivler
Cook k Pargent's Har.k. [septl3-dtf
B. F.
MITCHELL, AfWlt,
For the following well known Company:
filKARI) FlKE AND MAKIXE TS8URANCBCO.,
OP PH1LADXLFIA, FA.
OPPICK—Brady street. East side, between 2d
and 3d. june4
LIQUORS.
III .7|K A CO
o e 9
AKO
W o e s a e e a e s
IS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
n.ri:s r.i t'ORS
C110ICL CIUAliS.
ALSO,
a large and complete assortment of
GROCERIES,
Always on hand.
N. B. CuJi aud examine, corner of Iowa and
Third streets,DaVenport. Febl
LOOK iilTKET
WINES, WISES, WINES.
Ac., Ae,
The
UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
received a large stock of WINES, LI
QUORS, Ac., consisting of
Fine Old Sherry,
Pale Hennessey and Dark Otard Brandies,
Old Bourbon and Scotch Whisky,
Holland Gin,
Hungarian Wine and Clarets,
Pale Sherry, Webster Madeira, Brown
Sherry and Port Wines.
The above Liquors are all warranted PURE,
and free from adulte.*ation. They have also
received a lot of
A. H. Schreider's Champagne, qts. and pts.
do Anchor Brandy. Also
Muir A Son'ssiiarkling EdicburgAle,
Jeffries Pure cot*h ds
Alsopp's do India pale do
London Porter Ac*
All of which they are offering for aale (at
Wh".lc«nlc or Retail a? LOW as the same articles
euri bought Cor in this city.
All Goods bought of us will be delivered
to any part of the city
E E O A I
.1
WTPPFRMANN f- HALL,
the north-west corner of Bradyit Fifth sts.
sept27thtf.
SALOONS.
The lO U 8 Saloon
13 fiSOBlVINO DAILY
riea nr.AD-qcarters,
Fresfa. Olamai
AND
Oysters.
CORNER MAIN AND FRONT STS
Bating and Cooking Apple* bv the
Barrel
Young America Saloon.
E S
LEW ORB .Um SKCMR8.
"VI7"ARM AND COLD VICTUALS at all hours
of the day.
Oysters Kor Sale fa Shell ir Caa,
ANDSBRVBI UP in THE BEST STTLB,
At JOSEPH LONGINOTTI'S,
oct4-12dtf for. Front and Bradv »ts.
Itouud it Coed and Up it Biiei!
MBSOK'8 ENPIR^CLOTHB^ DRYER
Is the great imjrovemen* of the age. Tbe Sub'
acribers are now prepared to furnish the Citisens
€f New Y»rk, and the rest of mankind, with the
above labor-saving Machines, set in the yard rea
dy for use. The accompanying cut gives some
idea of its construction, which is so sinple that it
JTot Liable to Oct OutofRepmlr}
The upright post sets in the greund, and the four
arms are made to revolve,and also te be raised
and lowered by means of a crank. It may be set
in the centre of a grass plot or flower garden with
out injury te either.
A Ran Chitncc to makf mouty for those wishing
to purcftatt,
TOWN, COUNTY A STATE RIGHTS.
W. S. MILLER,
deeS SOLE AG EXT, Xetc Fork.
Oeel Mcwa for Farae«rs.
Lumber Cheaper than X««r.
binvick s«n,
HAVINGof
SECURED A NEW
AND LARGE
stock Logs and Lumber,
HAVE REDUCED THE PRICE
3"o suit the times, and are now selling all kinds of
LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES,
Lower than ever offered in this market.
Their saw mills are now in operatioa,aad ready
to fill any bill* of Lumber th it may be called for.
They are also selling lumber at their yard, on
the Bluff, on Harrison street, betweesFoarteenth
and Fifteenth streets, at mill prices.
Saw aad Planing Mills on Treat atveet, eloee
above the Railroad Bridge.
All who waat lumber will find it to their inter
eat to call and see them.
Good feneiag, 10 per thoosasd,
asi ether laa*
»l'j' "NMUDEL ar.' ^'Jiwpjfpaac--
GROCERIES.
NOW [18 Y0U1 TIME,
fa PantaN fioo4 Ckaig.
Great IadacemeaU Offered teFamilies by
WAPPERKAS A HALL,
OOXVBR or 6th AND BRADT STS.
o i i a O u
Great Closing out Sale at and Below (£at, of
our Well Selected, Large and New Stock of Sta
ple and Fancy Groceries.
InMrtM Wiaes, Liqa«rs, Cigars
We have selected them with great care, and
all we say, comc and avail yourself of tho Present
opportunity to lay in your supplies cheap. We
are determined to close out our Stock before Jan
uary 1st. lSrtO j.
Don't forget the place, Corale of Brady A
Fifth streets, Davenport, Iowa.
nov21 WAI'I I KMAN A HALL.
To the Trade.
W
E WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
dealers in Groceries to our complete stock
Light find Shell Groceries,
which we offer at whole-air at prices lestthau
they can be purchased in Eastern murketf adding
cost of e irriage. Ac. It i« our design to cUse out
our stick of this class of goods, avl wc shall offer
great iiiduceincnta to buyers.
Moderate credit will be extended to promp
parties or ratisfactory security.
McCARNrf COATES,
18d3m N. E. cor. Brady and Front
EDUCATIONAL.
I O V I
NATIORAI., Mkrcantile, AND Rrsixns Mst'k
O O I i I O I
SITt'ATKD:
Corner of Fifth and Brady Street*,
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Founded, by ll.ivi- A i pt n, A i!. lv'.-.
S. S. TIPTON, Principal and Propriet i
YOUNG
DAY
MEN WILL FIND, by profier inquiry,
that, by graduating at this College, thi".
will obtain very ini|Hrtaat advantages over ti.*
graduates of any other Commercial Uistitution ii.
the country. The Coiksk of STLKV comprise.
both foreign and domestic tu-ines, and nibracf
MATTER
or PkacticK IN Comxmh i ai. Sciknckai.i
Airr whol v unktiown to common tea he:s
which, it is obvious, will greatly enhance bis
chances of success in business.
Si'ENi ARIAN PENMANSHIP- -the mrst boautiftil
system in the world—is taught at this College ii.
til its forms, both practical and ornamental. A
Gooi Business HAND WKITINO i* gtiarranteed to
all who complete the course hero.
One tune is as good as another to commence.—
You pay lor tiie instruction jrou get,aud not lor
the time c-onsnnioi at school.
A BEAUTIFUL Enokavkd DIPLOMA—lith.»
graphfd on b.mk n(.to paper, which the possess ,r
can fold up and place in his portmonau i.i
ed each graduale This is a novel and unique
feature never bi'fcre introduced into a College.
Tuition: $10, payable invariably in xdvance,
entitling tbe applicant to a Life Scholarshi
which will also be good at "Davis' ConinierciM
College," at Peoria. Sons of Clergymen, halt
price.
Separate instructions given in Penmanship.
BU h: -S men and friends of Education, are re
spectfully invited call.
For circulsr,containing fall information, please
enclose two postage st.-unps.
Ad S. S. TIPTON,
apr'^fi-dAwtf Dav- i.port, Iowa.
MEDICAL
HObTETTUB'B
S OMACH BITTER 81!!
Invirwf (he fact that every member of the
human family is more or less 6uij":ted t«i soun
CotupUint, besides innumtrable other conditions ii.
lilo. which, by theassi iiinceof a little knowledge
or exercise of common sen^e, they may be able to
regulate their htbits of diet, and with the assist
ance of a good ^uic, secure permanent l. altb.-
In order t-~ accomplish thi-de.-ired object, the true
course to pursue is certainly that who nill pro
duce a natural slate of tilings at the least hazard
ef vital strength anl life for this end Dr. Ilos
tetter has introduced to this country a preparation
bearing his name, which at this day is not a n
medicine, but one that has been tried for year',
taviug salinfaction to all who have use 1 it. 'lhe
Bitters operate j*«»erfu!ly upon the stoin.uh,b«
el« and liver, restoring thetn to a hcal'hy acd vig
Of us act ion, and tiius by the simple process o.
strengthening nature, enable the system to tri
umiiU over disease.
hor the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nausea.
Flatulency, Loss of Appetite,or any HiliiousCom
plaint*, ari-ing from a ru-rDid ii.ac::on of the
Stomaeb or Bowels, producingCramp^, Dyscnttrv,
Colic, Cholera Morbus, drc., the li Uers kuve 1.0
equal.
Diarrhoea, dystenery or flux, so generally con
tracted by new settlers, and caused principally by
the change of water and diet, will be fj^cdiiy
regulated by a trief u»e of this preparation.-
i)y»l« -ia,a disease which is probably more prev
alent w.'.en taken in ali it- firms, than any other,
the cause of which may always te attributed to
derangements of tbe digestive organs,can be^ur^l
without fail by using UOSTET1 EH'* SloMAL'h
B/TTEIiSim perdireclioiis on the bottle. For this
di.ea'e every physician will recommend Bi'.tf r» of
some kind, then why ni't use an article kn wn to
be infallible '.' Every country have their bitters as
a preventative of disease and strengthening of the
system in general, and among them all there is
not to be found a m-re heolthy j-eople than tbe
Germans, from whom thi- preparation ji,mated,
based ujon scientific experiments whkhhasat
tended toadvance thede^tiny ef this great prepar
I ation in the medical science.
FKVER AND AOUE.—This trying and provoking
disease, hicli fastens its relentless grasp on the
body of man, reduiing him to a mere shadow in a
short space ot time, and rendering him physically
and mentally usele*.-, cau be defeated and drivea
from the body by the use ol O SI UTTER'S Rfc
I SO H".\7,7 llll TEliS. Further,any of theabove
stated dii-a-e*cannot be contracted when expo-t
tc any ordinary conditions producing them, if the
Bitters are taken as j«r direction*. And as it
neither creates nausea nor offend* the |ulat«. aad
rendering unnecessary any changeof diet orint«r
rnption to usiiiil pursuits, but promotes -ound
Bleep and healthy digestion, thecomplairJ is thus
removed as speedily as is consistent with the pro
duction of a thorough and permanent cure.
For Pmons trt Adouf Y*ars,whoare suffer
ing from an enfeeble*! con-Ufut'"n *nd inlirm
body, these Bitters are invaluable as a restorative
of strength and vigor, and need only to be tried to
be appreciated. ADd to a mother while nursiag,
these Bitters are indi^pensible, especially whe.e
the mother's nourishment is inadequate to the de
mands of the cbill, consequently her strength
must yieid, and here it is where a good tonic, such
as ilostetter** Stomach Bitters, is needed to im
part temporary strength and vig'r to the system.
Ladies should by all means try this remedy for all
cases of debility, and before so doing, ask yoai
physician who, if is acquainted with the virtue oi
the Bitters, will recommend their ose in all oases
of weakness.
Cautioa.—We caution the pnblio against as
ing any of the many imitations or counterfeits, bat
ask for Hostrttek's CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT
TERS, and see that each bottle has the words "Dr.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters" blown on the side
of
the bottle, and stamped en the metal lie cap cover
ing the cork, aai observe that oar autograph sig
nature is
on the label.
BVPreeared and told h]/ HO&TETTER A
SMITH, PUtstmrg, Pa^amd sold bmnll druaaiste.
grocMn, and dealtrt oentrally ArouoAotd lh« U»m*
amies, ChuusishSsmlk Amerum and Germany.
EYANS, CHEW A CO., Ageata,
Daf—iort,lew
dh*** "*fc
4c.
The \foresaid- Stock will be lAni |a the
Public at and below cost,
Up to the 1st Day of Jaa., 1H00.
When the balance left after the 1st will he dosed
out at
A u i o n
So mow la jovr lino to get jour V* tatm* npply
ol
o e i e s A e
Cheaper than you ever will hare a chance again.
Our Goods are alt of the *My beet, which any
Market can afford.
I ill'J I
mm
RAILROADS
ON
AND ATTVk 10
aad uatil furfur a
Davenport daily, Snndays
let mail train at.
Sd freight
ulgft e
express,
Trains arrive at Dafai^^t 4fik, flSB
eepted, as follows:
1st night express at....^,». ,...8£5 A*0»
treight trains at ... 4-Oof.S.
Sd mail train at 7-&iT»9s
All trains over this route are in direct coanaB&qp
at Chicago with train* over both vte MtchUaM
Southern, Michigan ''antral, I*itt *urg. F«M
Wayne and Chicago Railroad and trok| Uatnil*
T«.ledo, CleTelari'l, Columbus. Cincinnati, Ptttb
burgi Dunkirk, Buffalo, Niagara Fall*. AlfiasJ,
New ftfk.Phi!
adelphia, Baltimore and Wasn4a^
ton. A%» at LaSalie with train* of the lllieHS
Central ft^ad North to Galena and South to Mb
Louis and Cairo.
Ticket Agent, U. R. Dejx.t.Rock LUnd.
Passengers are reminded of tbe necissity of
giT.ng distinct lirecti-m as to tbe destination #1
their baggage, al-., to procure tickets bef.,re taS
ing their seats in the -ars, as the conductors eel*
lect fare- only to statiims on theliueof the Ckl
oago and Rwk Island llaikead.
JOHN F. TRACT, Supetiateadeat.
W.H.WHITMA ..Ass't Sup't.
Rock Island. Sept. 2. l-'¥. dtf
Mississippi and MissoariKailroaA
Trains run by Chicago time, which is twelve mia^
utes faster than Davenjurt time.
ONl-jy,
AND AFTER MONDAY, NOYEMBRR 21W
aud until further nuliuc, truimt wfK
leave Davenport, for Muscatine, Columbus Citft
Washington aud Iowa City (Sundays.exceptaO
as follows: y,
txpr-sani Mail Train at .Shv'5 A. Ma
Trains will leave Dai em ort for Chicago daily,*
Sunday excepted, as follows:
1st Mali Traiii. at »...V'20A.Rk
2d Express Tram, at ....i lt)r.
Trams arrive at Davenport daily, Sandaysesa
eepted, as follow
FROM TBS BAST.
1st Express train at 8 A.M.
2d Mail train, at 7 6* r. s.
FROM TIIE WEST.
Mail Traiii, at 5 45
All trains out of Daten^ort will make direst
connections at Columbus Washington aaA
Iowa City, w itb the Western Stage Co.'sstages fee
all points West.
'ihe Pa«scnger Tr lin coniicctn at Rock lslao4
with Chicago and Rock Island bailroed trains fet
all jk ints East, North and South.
Passengers are reminded of the necessity at
giving distinct directions as to tbu destination of
their baggage, also to procure tickets before takiag
their .-eats in the cars.
N.B. Trains for th« East connects at Joli^
with tiains on the Michigan Ci-mnl R. R.: at
Chicago with trains ou tho Michigan St.uthem
aud Michigan Central and Pitt.-burg. 11. *A ayne
and Chicago Railroads. JOHN F.TRACY,
nov20 Sup't.
Pennylvanlii Central Hailroait
Velween PitUburp aad i*hlla4el»ble.
Tits Capacity of thin J.oad is now tyual to an§
in the Country.
THREE THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS
CONNECTINGwith
direct in the Union Dejmt ai
Pittsburgh, Through Trains lrom
Western Cities for Philadelphia, New )orl,Be*
ton, Baltimore, and Washington City thus fur
nishing facilities for tho transportation of Pas
sengers unsurpassed, for speed and comfort by
anv other route.
t.\pr. --and l'u -t Lines run through toPbiiadet
phi a without change of Cars or Conductors.
Smoking Cars are attached to each train.—
Wo.drutl s Sleqing Cars to Express and Fa*t
trains. Tbe Express runs daily, Wail and lait
Line, Sundays excepted. Threc'daily Trains c..»»
nect direct "for .New York. Express and tail
Line connect for Baltimore and a.-hington.
Express Train leaves Pittsburgh at 2 A. M., ar
nve- at Philadelphia or Baltimore at 6 P.M.,
New ork 10 i'. il.
Mail Train leaves Pitt-burg i A. M., arriving ia
Philadelphia 11 P. M., New ork 4:110 A. M.
Fast Line leaves Pittsburgh 5 P. M., arrives ia
Philadelphia or Baltimore at A. AI., New
York-. 0 P. M.
Six Daily Trains between Philadelphia aile
New York two Daily Trains between New Yoap
•iuJ Iicst .n. Through Tickets (all Kail are good
i either the abov' trains.
Boat Tickets to Boston are good via Norwich,
Fall River, or Stoningtoh Lines.
Tickets Eastward may be obtained at any of the
imi^'rlunt Railroad OOices in the West: also oa
bward any of the re/alar Linei Steamers on the
Mississippi or Ohio Rivers and Tickets westward
at the (Jibces of the' ,,ni| aty iu Boston,New York,
Baltimore, or Philadelphia.
Fare always as low us by any thtr route.
Ask Tickets by Pittsburgh.
The completion of the West" connections of
the IVnii ylvania Railroad toChicago. makes this
he di.-ect lino between the East and the greal
North-west.
The ••onnection of tracks by the Railroad Bridge
at Pittsburgh, avoiding all dray age or ferriage tlf
Freigh', together witn the fining of time are ad
vantages readily apfreciated by shippers of
Freight and the travihng Public.
Parties s! ipp'f'g eastward will find it to tbeil
advontage to ship by this Route.
For I-reight Contracts or Shipping Directioa
apply tour address either of the following Agents
of the Company:
D. A. STEWART, Pittsburgh.
FREIOHT AI.LNTS -Clark? ACo..Chicago: i'aek
erACo., Memphis. Tenn. R. F. nam ACo., ill.
Louis 1'. ». O'Riley A Co., Evansvillc, Ind. W.
Bingham, Loui-ville, Ky.: »t. (J. Mehlrum. Madia
on, lnd.: H. W. Brown d- Co., and Auhern
Hibbart, 'incinrati II. S. Pierce A Co.,/-in«a
ville, ()hio: Leech A Co., Boston at. 1 New York
E. J. Sr.ccder, Philadelphia Magraw A Kooat,.
Baltimore Mrrphy A Wolle, Dubuque, Liwa r.i ta
Freight Agents at different |oinM in tLr west.
The greatest labilities offered tor the ProtectihO
and speedy trans^rtation of Live Rck,and go*i
acc«mui'dations with usual privileges for persoSB
traveling in charge thereof.
Freights wutward bj hi* route, of all deso la
tions, can be forwarded from Philadelphia, New
York, B- iSton, or /JaltitiB re, to any point on the
Railroads of Ohio, Kentucky, In.iiai.a, Illinois
Wisconsin. Iowa, or Missouri by Railroad direct.
The PunnsyU.ii.ia Rail' also connects at
Pittsburirl with Ste:mier-by which (io«d scan be
forwardeil any port on the Ohio, Musk ngt:»,
Kentucky, Tennessee, Cumberland, 111ir i-, Mils
issijpi. \Viscousin, .h.-m uri, Kansas, Arkansae.
and Red Rivers and at Cleveland, Sandusky aai
Chicago with St amers to all Ports on the NorMl
Western I^akcs.
Merchants and Shipper* entrusting thetracsp|»
tat ion of their freight to this Company, can reljr
with confidecec od it# sy-eeedy transit.
The of Freigi.t to a^y :nt in the W(S
by the Pennsylvania Railr^d are at all time*
favorable as are charged by ether Railroad Co»
panie-.
Parties attending to their own shipments fnaa
the East will find it to their interest to call on tie
agents of this Company before shipping orlett»SH
addressed to either of them on the subject ef
freights will meet with prompt attention.
II. H. HOU.-TON,Gen.Fr-igbt Agent. Phila.
L. L. HOUPT.Gen'l Ticket AgU. Phila.
T. A. SCOTT, Gen'l Sup't. Altoone, 1%.
jaaSOdtf
tt n o o o
C. R. KKEKZ,
Ma
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1
H.
f'.
n
u
Afv
TURElt
ail
e al e i n Ca pa,
11 a s a n u r%
keeps a N^lectea
ai Virjd' 01
ih ves and tor.—
such as IW«,
Via-
torine*.Cuffs, Mufi
Ac.--Robes of aU
kinds. Fur Coatf,
Gloves and Mittens. Altering and Rearing doae
neatly and at the shortest notice. Prices low.—
Highest cash prices ]*id for Furs, such as OttSr,
Miak, 4c. No. 'i, lirtuiy street, near Front. stre«%
l4vg^ftiRT, Iowa. novlti-dSm.
Co-Par tnerslai p.
-a
in. TEO. B. DIXWELL. of Bofton, Is admll
3X ted a partner in our House from and after
the first day of October. Our agency in Hoe
too
will hereafter bo conducted under the name a£&
style of Sargent A Dixwell.
OOK A SARGENT^
Davenport, October 1st, 1SV. oclidlf
tA Claire Machine Vf^rJhs,
COB. SCOTT AND FROST STB.
TOWNSSNB OOiLlIB,
•Pllll—H— TO TOWMSMTP MATM 0 4S
Mahufactama ef
FLOUR
aad Saw MUlMadklswy Bmbt KUW
Bkaftiag Fellies, Ae.
All kiadaef »».—
to order.
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