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pouj TERMS. ^7.00 PERIANNUM.
i ^VOLUME 9,
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I N S A N O E
fertilise Rsasss ill Item*
•tOUAIlT, SOLD AND LEASE©.
Deeble house on HID sirevt, aecond aaal of
Haak Islaad atrees. Price—$1. 00
vouble boeae west aid* I'.rry street, earner of
ISlh. Price—**,500. Two thirds aaey reaaln oa
(Utaaai at 4 par out-
ItvTnai *h on Hredy street, (a genteel
gnaidaaai) Price -S.680.
fnM Iidu to loath lido Third street, oaa atli
etoat of Brady strset. Priea—fl.SuO. Two
Stirda romaia on internet at p« cant.
Valuable kaaaa with 1)£ aer«« of land, wall
gteakad with frail of all kinds, with aable, ear
litl, ^(1 wool hmae.oow stable, wagoa shed,
jjiiwi, two w II*! peature, orchard and grove—
whola plaoe wail feeoed and ia perfect order
Aad repair. Priea—$6,00u
(rial hoaaaaaat aido kiplay atraat, batwean
lit aad 3d atraata, with lot 60 by 80 faat. Priea,
9m»
Hovm
0TATBM BNT
or raa
Boada aad atoeka ownad by (ha eompa
ay, how aaaarad aad rata of intaraet
tharaoa (aaa aahadala) M,4»
ftbabu »f tha ao-paay aacarad by
ru irtg d«. («aa aeha iula) 800
Uabta otnerwua aaaarad, (aaaachadala)^ 14,000
IHma fix pnnioia-,
7 IaMtaat aaoraad bat not daa, and ofiaa
f^a-itHM &rul liftnra 4.V9« 04
faraitara and flatara
Total aiaatt.
REAL ESTATE ID K O A I & N K W 8
AND I. & Phimui W
ton i* iwm e Co.,
|MI kltffl) ntUWI-IUAi WM. I. EIBOSB.
MOKOLL'T BLOCK,
(DP
Oflcea for Rent.
la Merwla'a Block, Parr/a reet, (10 er 12 rooms.)
Also a very elglble oBce with ante-room. oear
loriM Hredy and Iwt fecond streets.
AIM, famished snite. of roon." Tor single gen
tloaee.
First riait Bouse# for
We u« ready to .tirfkgj to rail or to sell hnM
to bo belli ia the spring. to be rsady tor oeen
«u«y id V*jr or Juno of which atjr
fee seen at oar oflice.
Honwi
For Sale.
Deeble bom*! southes.t our. Rook I
aland aad
lltb KrMU Piiee—$100').
ATLANTIC
Hire
i*9urmnce Company,
OF
BROOKLYN,
fT mMxixwhYy XOfMfc.
to tha Auditor oi tha Mtato of Iowa, por-
aMnt
to tha atatasaa of aaid dtata.
1. Tha naaia of thla eoapaay ia tha Atlaatic
Pira Ia«aranaa«Joapaay of Krooklyo.
ThAftinoaDtof iu c*pi *1 itookli $150,000
1. Thaaiaoant ofita eapiul atoek paiit
up i* ISOj'JoO
4. Tita aaaata of tha eotapany ara
1. Caah on iiarnl, in bank and in tha
hand* ot aganta,or othar pamona, 14.S9I.41
5,^Lo*l aatata aaincumfcared, VW
LiaaiLtTiu.
S. Tha amoaat of liabllittea daa ct cot
daa to aaaka or othar cmi»n,
|, Loaaa aijuatid anddue,
Total liabilltiaa,
IiatiwRi* ToaE,
CocatT or KtMfc I
A A A V I I a N i U K
RVERVI aodereaathoriaedtetafcoa4vas«laaaaeouandaubacrip
tlooa far at at otrtaMlMMb
0. H. Scaivaa.ft lww WW.0Mih',Ii eathor-
STABS.)
BE'JOttD 8TRBMT.
ifrml ft Uehvrmi Paw,
CITY LVTVi
Ml to rK.iT. riwtoiwli tor Ikh peper.
noaa
no a
a
2.2M
Loaaaa adjnatwt aad not daa,
S Ioaaa an»dja«tad. _.u_
l^taaaa iaaiupaaaa waiting lor tarttar
picofi
ID ah othar cliiaii agat aat tha aaapaay,
3.k 11,000
OO® rtlll| a «a.
28 Tha groataat amount allo^aii tna
rule, oi tha eoiapaay to be iu«ured
in aay ona aitjff t-jwn Till:iga,
13. Thegre. Mt aaioaot allowed to ba
inaured iu aay one bloek,
M. Tae Aot o In or|oratt n of thaaaai
paay, Kebiuary 10t% 18»1, M*
for
I Signed JoH.s l». Coca*, Pre»ideat»
Ho»ATIO Uoaa, Soere ary.
.L-nrinad and awora to before ma by
•bove named John U. Ooeka, Praidaat, aad
tatlo iMirr, jaaiurjr, thia 21d day a' Janoary,
^iswmal4, Twoa. t. Tudu,
Com. for Iowa ia Saw tort.
Known all man that the *Uaatlo Fira Ia
Caranea Compaay, of Urookly, N do harahy
•Aatkoriae aay aad all agaata that aaid (-om|My
TuVr m^y be' eaftar *v. or app|rfnt la tha
Maia of l*W«r Md oa behalf ef .Ala Compaa.
ta aaeent tertiee of all pro -aaa whetbar maaaa or
atlHa amr an aatioi or proeeedlag ap»n»t
•aidC myany^in yy -w
aad it ia hereby UmiMed an agMHir
aareiee af praaeaa afowaaM
aaidC myanf, in aay ot me wmr»
^Ji
Uafi^?«lIiS«A^euw»
aareiea af praaeaa Meraewa w ..
*o kA YA|i4 hh! ufkitil iB
1. H«umDtH Secretary.
AOBir B'aOVfMILlOVA. I
Dm Mmmw, Fob.
W. MM. i
ti lahartby certifted, that on the twaaty siaik
idaVrf Febtairy, lM4,Lawo» aUteaaeat washed
It'Ss ^K the gonditiaa of ^Ue
'AtlaaUiFlraiaaaraaea l-oiapanT.Jesatod at
iagiiASKa
tlaaaailT'i"" aaaravad Jaaa-
".TtifZliwaaaa Oaapaalea, appwred
tMl iM that said stateaeat shews
iz.'zr.ju,
SES&fJfSSSK*
E I Y
tieDtleaiaQ should ney«r go tar forgot
•ha prapriatiaa of aoelaty aa to omit .aalliag at
Firraad'a aad aeleattag a bat or aap fraaa
bia aiagaat aad aaaaoeable atc«k.
Takb tocb
Choick.—Tbore
New
Lola For Sale.
Oa Brady atraat 1«0 faat front by 160 faat
Priea—$1* per Iruat foot.
more Lota For *ale«
Oaa oa Faartk atiatt jastaaatof bradf
9oar oa Fuitrih airaat aaar miiroad daf«A
Stress.—Fran* Meyer, fira door
waat of tha National Bank, has reetited aa
aiagaat aad wall aeiaaied atoak i-f gente' for
aiabiog gooda, which ha olTera for tha apring
trade Ula gooda ara aqiial ia quality and
priee to aay that ean ba faood ia tbia market.
Call and examine them.
The Jentiio Whipple, Capt. Campbell,
P.rkhurat, Clark, will leave thia paint lor si.
Loiile eod way potato to-morrow morning.
Tha Jennie ie a fioe boat, aad well adaptel to
anit tba waota of paaaaagera Fcr freight or
pisaaita apply to E A Tilabaia, Agent.
Ucrolakt.—Oo Saturday nigbt the
hoaae of John Boewell, |«n(1n.er on the M. A
M. KaI road, loeaied on L'Claira St., between
Vib and 10th atraata, waa entered and a wateh
worth 100 aad t'/8 in eaah wa« taken from
BoswsU'a elotbee whieh bong by the side of
ihe bed in witiob he waa Rterpiog Haw the
antraoee was cffesta'J is not known—so clevet
Ij wai the job done
Cancbrs cam bb
Cured,
We met Sera Perry Ml the a«nny
side of Broadway oau day la«t week, aud e
confidentially intorinad ua that be waa buying
up a oar load of a little tba neateat and moat
eeirabie eloibing materfel that aver felt New
York for Daveopart, and mildly hinted tffkt
the male populatijo of thia city would profit
by remaining perfectly quiet in their winter
garaenta until hla atock aada its appearsnee.
There ia no doubt bat Sim waa right.
Madams
Holland,
aoa
aoat
,1180
the great Europe­
an Ciaitvoyant. physician, and magnet io Dot.
treai, can ba eonaulted at the LeClaire lio'i.e,
Di«ea| art, Iowa. During her travelaahe baa
avtouiehed thousands by her wonderful rurea,
and can aonviaee tba moot akeptleal la locat
ing their dieeaee, telling them the eauae, and
bo* thay are afT eted, and where tba pain ia,
aith perfect eertalaty, tetter than the invalid
ean de cribe it h.meelf. Satiafaetory refer*
encas will be cheerfully given when required.
She will guarantee tooake paraanent cures
iu all aaeea aba undertakes.
Tub Davbkport.—This
n
John l». C.nka, P.endent, aad Doralm
Jborr, Seer taiy of the MUntio tira In
•sraaoe Compaoy," of Hertford. *Jt bamg a«T
arallr aad duly .worn, depose «nd aay. and aaid
tor bianell aay., th»t thr f.-rrgoin^ ia traa,, full
aadeorra.-t »u»tamaut of the »ff.»ira of .aid Cor
aoratioa a tha ihey are tha above naaad
En thereof, aud that no part ol the
iaruiaca ot aaid company baa ba n depoeited ia
aay stl a or Territory aaouri sy
mtfmm
smmm
w
T*^
art not
I aaa than oaa thoaeaad dlff.reat atylaa of faah
iaaable drtaa goods at Wfcialar'a. Call ia la
liaa aad take yonr ebalaa. Not bit of trcab
la to »how gwda.
Dbliohtvol.—The
weather continues
to praeeat a moit aaliiag aapaet. Tha frost is
(lit aomlog fr«a tha groaad, aad soon we
•ball sea lbs fariftara baiily sn^lgei in turn
ing over tha aoil preparatory to aowiag aad
plaatmg.
Auctiok or FpRJintRK.—An exoel
laot aaMrtmaat of h?nsahold furnltara w II be
Did at tha rael-j^nea of the Rtr. Thae. PoWell,
at Daveaport, oppoaita R«tr. Mr. Matter*
flald'a, oa Friday aaxt—aale eoaman'-tnp at 10
•'atoak A. M. Thia ia a rars opportunity.
OBagnificent
craft arrived trumSt Louis thia morrow,hav
ing [aft that poiat I aat Saturday avenini Tha
Divenport oomea out thia apring looking everj
bit aa good aa new, and her speed much in
creaaad. iler former eommaader, T. Ba*
lord, atill retains hie poaition with his orusl
eourt-ouanssa, and John S. Pim attends to the
honors of tba office, aad makes a good man
for that poettiuo in his
mijfk.
Both are prae
tieal ataambaatman, aad know bow to dis
eharge tha dntiee of tbat positioa to tbe sails*
faatioa of all. Tbe Davenport will leave
for St. Laaia thia evening at 8 •.'eloek.—
I'aeaeogera southward boand bad batter aall
oa Fiank Watson and proeura tbelr ckats.—
R. M. Prettyman, ageet.
A Woao i« Skabof.—Real estate
owners in oar beautiful tity abonld make their
plana this spring to sat ont a large aaab of
ahade trees apen tba property not already
beatified ia tbat way. Few waatare citlss
bavs aore to boast of ie this way than D.v
eepart, yet there ie plenty of room for aa*
baaeiag tbe valae of lota aod loereaaieg tba
baaatf of tba aity by planting ahade trees.—
Beery tee dollars expaadad jadieioealy le thla
w»y sooa beeoass a baedrsd do
11
ara. flotb
leg is easier thae to raise beautiful abade ireea
ia thie ellaate aad bo lavaatmeat paya better.
j-
MMiL BwHs,!^
No matter whether tba lot ia vaaaat or oaau
pied be e dwell!ag, a few tbrlvteg shads trees
will add greatly to ita value. Lot everybody
try tbe espariweet.
A
Good
Kboolotiob.—It can hot af­
ford tbe peblle aaeh reel satlefaetoya to ne
tloe tbe lfbaral aaansr ie whlsb tbe Biard of
Saparviaors provide for tba needy lamiiiaa of
ear abaaot valanteer*. Thoagh there are
a aeabers of tbs Board who display e lit
tle atiafieeas le thla matter, there is a aejarl
(y la favor ef BMtkieg the boaea of tbeea pes*
pie happy. Ia the Board yesterday Mr.
Meade, (Rep.) proposed to appropriate 1,000
for ibis perpoaa. Mr. Healy, (Rep.) theaght
II straeegaat lo give so aeeb, ead Bads as
sa*rt to get tbe asa redaeed to tbe paltry
aam of |M0. This waa oageaaroea, aad we
are glad lo eee that Mr. Olerk (Daa.) aet tbe
geatlsaaa ea tbe spot, aad reqaeetad that tha
asabeaelellMO. Tbe qaastioa ossm to a
vote, aad the letgeat asa was earrled throegh
Tbia la right. Te.ee 4a so tas that tbe people
eheadally pey thas thea obUh la
Ihe
aaes hshaa geaefcith Mail 8e^||
,• .ae«W
Idaio or aoPBBViaoM K
UPMIU lilTIII.
Id aceordaoco with a call iaaaed on rrqoeat
of a majority of its members, tbe Board ot Sa
partisors bald a apwlal meeting si tbe jor.
Bona* oo Moodoy to ink* sotioo ia reference
ft appropriations from tba llridge Food, aad
for eoidiers' famill»e.
Oo tba calling of tbe roll at IS o'clock M,
all the meaibera ware preseot eicfpt Meaarr.
Gatea aed Mattbee. Mr. E. 8. Wing, tbe
mMnber appointed froa Wli»field io place of
Mr. Brownie*, roaigned, appeared and tcok
tin* oatb of office.
Board adj inrned ootil 1
o'clock P. M.
I Tbe Bard m^t at 1 o'clock all tbe mem
bers present except Mr. Gate?.
The Clerk laid before the Board tbe ap
prai»earni of Lot 8, Block 2. Il Forreat k
Dillon'a Addition, on spplication of F. 8uob
beln to boy said lot. Tbs whole matter waa
rrfrrred to tbe Committee on School Food
which enbafqo*nitj reported ia fator of sell
leg .aid lot to F. Htrolibe'n at Iu appraised
filar, |460 cash, aad that the Cl»rk rrport lo
tbe Aoditor
of
Jfta'.e a loss of |U0 to tbe
School Food oo said property.
Mr. Farber pieaeoted the followlog report
from tbe Cvnimit.ee on Bridge Foo*i, wbicb
report waa raceired and adopted
A-'i-Totrlatlona for lownahlp hrl Jgee for Plaaa
ant V.:l.-lown.i lp...
L-Olalre Jo
l'rlDO« on Oo ........—••-.—
IJa eupo-t do
A Or.v«
U.
Om»i
-The great
caneer and ohronie dia ats doctor, C. U.
Woodbull, ia iOW atopping at tbe Le Claire
tl w",~"7l'Z~
t.u
Houae, Davenport, Iowa, for the benefit of the
.ffl etad. The Doctor haa permanently cored
thou.aada that have been ^ivtn up lo die by
tha beat mediae! akill the country afforded.
Coma one, same all. The Doctor gaaraataes a
euro or ao pay. Sae hla advertiaemant io an
other column.
.. oo
.. »A oo
.. 2S5 00
.. SU
K"' A Ur..Ta uwL.hlp at Urae
Vleeaa towmbip
Bine Ora* townablp road DIS't No. 1
.. to uu
For ntekory SroT* townablp, for a bridca
25fe«t ton end fa.t big », ort-r a .lengh
Urfi.r Jam*. Greer 6 00
Kor noaf hoQM of I^nnuef
Cor-.li. fi iori( 8 ft h'gh In .a^d townablp
.... 00
for LtO'Ttv ................. '^0'00
(for Wii fluld ... i)
Total 3 7M
Uu mu.iois Mr. Clatk, Me«*ra. Mead,
Fi'ber and C. S. Ella were appoioipd a com
oiiuee to a*id co ltract and su eiir ieud
the building of til* bridge.
I he Pn si lent aonouu:ed that ". E. 8.
i Wing wonld lak? ibe place cu the tetera!
Mttlding COIBlIJjUe,.
vacaied by M. Uro*u-
lee.
Oa motion of Mr. Mead the Clerk waa so
tboiizel to iaaue orders ou tbe County fieae.
ur^r to lb- auionnt of tbe sppropriatiooa
above made, oo t-e written o*der *f ibe Sn
ler*i«or of (a reapi-ctive lowijhhlp, »cc:.»r
dina to law chapter 22, p. 1W
.Mr. Mea'i ottire I it reaolu'.ion upprourialiiifr
the xiim of 110*i* for th* relict of soldiera'
families to be drawn from Cuunt»' Tr**usurv
aa
Mr. llenly mo red to emend Sb as to mske
the amount 95CMI.
Mr. Clark uiovod to inake tho aroouut
ll.vio.
The latter amendment was adopted, and tbe
resolution paaaed.
The motion ef Mr. Farber, the Board ad
journed
tint die.
Sixru
Wakd Mbbtiko.—The
EnivatvB
citizens
jof thedix Ward, eubjeet to draft, met at
tbe School Houae in Beat Davenport, to d.viae
waye and meaoa lo r.We the neuea.ary quota
W/». i»nwick, President, D. 1* Gorton, secre
tary.
A eoaaitlea of three appcioted lo draft
reto!utiona, presented tbe followieg, whieh
were adopted
/Kao/aad. That it Is tbs aenas of this matt
ing tb«t ao efTirt b« made to raiaa one tboua
and dollar?, for the pu poee of raiairtit our quo.
ta of v unte.re lor (hla «th ward.
Aeae/nad. 1 hat a committee of one b* ap.
pointed to a e that tbe proper eredits bava
bean given to the ward.
L. OoaroN,
Mareb 7 b, iSSA. Beey.
Tbb LbotvbbTo-Morbow Niobt.—
We bepe to see a full bonse et LeClaire Hall
to morrow ovaning. at Mr. Bevoe'a leetare.—
Frea tbe toae ol the eastern press io speeklag
of bis leeturae we aay aspect aa tffort well
worth heeriag.
Mr. Bovee ia bat kaowa aa a leader la -the
aovaasat for tbe aholisbaeftt of espltel pua
iahaeet ia aeveral of oar statee (le ie etlll
young, aod having already eebeisod a repa*
tation aa a public rpeaker, haa a future full of
promiae before hia. He is deeeribed as beiag
of fair ait*, goo 1 ieokieg, aod aboot thirty
five yeara of age.
Let there be a fell hoaae to-(sorrow night.
Arrivals.—
Adjutant
peekbaa, of tbe reareltteg depaitaeat re
parte tbe arrival of |U rear
site stoeo our yes*
terday'a iaeoe. Of thia saabe* 108 are froa
Dee Metaee, 80 ere frea Debaqaa—all for tbe
6th Cavalry, aad the rest are frea difsreat
petots if thia State. Thia la the SM88 belky
arrieal that we bare had the plsaasre of re*
aardleg foe aeey o iaf. liefsidag Is gotag
as belahly thresgh the 8Ste, aad there Is a
lair prospeet that tha Hawksya will fill ihslr
qeeta te the bria, by tha first of April.
Payiko On.—Ool.
Grler was viait
ed by aiqaad of 411 aoldtera to day, eaah
shaa be prasastad with fft Is greas*
beebs. aakiag le ell the basdeaas asa o
UOjDOt Maaay le sbeslaisf freely saesg
Boole 8ea*kboyashs*t thla tiflMyaaJ
THftfi OBKATE8T GOOD TO THE ORKAT£ST NUMBER:
DAVENPORT. IOWA, TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 8 »«!.
THE MARKET8.
•KtpBffft isikai—IHIlT iVi
J,at.d»tlS3ll0Xfee jr.. «.
Ooaa—Old eca a. aad Brm*, aalaaat BJi*.
U.ta—AeiWa abdlwi.
Htaawiaaa— Ao.Wu aadSa hlgbsss. Bslaa at 833
m*.
Live etrek Qrm and aetlTe.
DaaaaiP tUea qaiet.
Waa^T—Market le better. tl.aaClM Chicago
Spring |l.«2i^i.M Mitvaakae Clab, fLtStfil.TS
Winter lied.
CoaN—$1^4®1.37 la store.
OA*e—Firm. MQ91.
Poaa-Quiel. S22 00^.15 MS*. 981
old 23 50 new.
Laau- rlteady at 1
i}[email protected]
WsiaXT—80(390.
ww
lownrbip. for hrdg,on in.
ltadB|Irnto th W«ura jlnleun in.
lJ»v Up irta.id UtloQ road, ov«r a along
near
Oald leashed 64, but ia qaoted at423i-
W
..urn
.. «N
.. 10 00
.. 76 W
BO 00
o tuid repair 4 .mail .lough bril4a
near ih. lion*, of Jam-j. I hompKin, rklilp
Wahmaand-f. U UL'K' eiin.
ID
a«M twp.. 40 00
'I'o llu.Wi a br:d»« ne.r Mr. Wm.l'a bouaa, ti 00
To rni .ir old brld|ie« aid ilougr« that
h.«v»
ol t.«eo
litre ofore appropriated
for
in
•aid towmfctp 70 00
-or Hurfil'iw t,,«u.hlp r'.vor road up to
lln Moorb B'.Il-.lj 00
Uv.i the Mn,.re Br.nnh 17i 00
Ai n tb» Hor.era farnr. ... ........... 10 00
K i hi* lown.btp a ................. 140
r.r K'l.'kirighum \owr-M
bavnaport Laasar Market.
O A Y S A V S
Found.
ACambric
tftfAI.L PACKAGE OF WHITE LINES
baa bean left at thia oflea for an
owner. BKh8it
Loat.
AI.VKUB
00
Or- motion of Mr. Farber It waa voted that
a *um t.oi rxceedinji tire liondrrd dollars be
apprupria «1 oot cf tbe Bridge Kao«l net ar»ait
lut up n tow:)nt.i|, lo baii'i a bridge acruts
D.ick I'.tvk in 1'istnc. Nj. 16 itii» bilrigH i»
be built by contract, let to tbe loweet bidder
aptiroved br tbe Boar*}.
4'48i»iulMgion DealrrM
la Staple aad Fanov
DRY aoois!
Woolens, Yankee jVotiont, C'-in*,
Crockery, Glamatre, ibe.
P. 8.—Orders li 1m1 with apesial care. nU8
The New York Weekly Herald.
TI1B CHEAI'KsrPdPEH IN HI45
WORLD I
1 'T*UE EXTENSIVt COMI'KEHRNSIVE FA
I eilities in ita poafaaiion enables tbe prO| rie
I tor of tbe bvKlt Haaat n to guarrantee tho la
teat and tao*l reliable inforrretion feasibly t« ba
obtained, net enly fr all parts ef tHe Uidtad
Statia, bat frotn all part* of tbe world
Ita heme oorteapaarient*, engaired at heavy dast,
and oonoeoted wub each new nave) and military
I eipeJitien of tbe government, proeetbat it i.de
teriaiaed to leave no ipot uncoared by iia a per
atlunr and no event een occur that shall not
immediate report in ita columns. It ceats
proprietor over one hundred thousand dollars per
aanuia to maintain ita corja of oorreapindents in
I the field.
in it# co lation of Foreign News tbe Iibbai a
baa for years beld bigb poait ion, and it will ia
I the future eodeav to maintain the atand It hi a
a aumad Itbaa special carrcpon enta atationad
ia ail o the priacipel ei.ita nf tbe Word.
AWwtf, that au fixeeettve Comaltiaa ol
five be appoiu'ed, with tbe power to appoint
oae uiao io oauva-e the ward, and if the re
quiaite ao.ount can be ralaad, to take neeea.a* weik I nail parts of theeiriliied worll regnlarly
ry etepe to .leer the ward trom tba draft. ^{^^oS^isT partion of tba paper
Mr. 1. H. Sears was appointed Ccm. on ered*
Ita
to
Ao Exeentivo Committee of five was sp- i
poli ted to maua^e tba besineaa of the ward
in relation to rslaiog substitutes aad sreing
thea aeeerad and credited to tba ward, and
to appoint a Coa. of eee to oaavaa the ward
aod solieit subscriptions. Meaai*. J. U Ba
rnaul, Geo. Meridetb, J. E. Lladeey, Jaa. Cuo
nigham and Paul Wiess were appointed.
Moved to bave the minutes of tbe asetieg
published Iu the aity papera.
Adjoarnsd to meat at the eall of the Rxse*
utive Oommittea.
ti.
Litaratare iaahion, Agriculture, tbe Mocoaaie
Arte, Sporting Matters, Btiainaaa, Thtatri -al and
FinafcehJ Reports, Cattle Market., General ews.
i and reports of a.l event* caleaiated to torm an sx-
celleut metropolitan newspaper—a weekly photo
rapble view ef tho events «f the world—and all
at a very lew pri.e.
The WXXKLT Heitite is laanad every Saturday
moralag, and lurniabed at the foUewtag re ea
«^ne U
Three copiea... 6
Five copies
Tea copies.. 15
Any larter number, addressed to names of snb
eeribtrs.fl 60 each.
An extra eopv will be eeat to eeery elab of ten.
Tweatj copiea, to oae address, one year, 185,
aod aay tatgerawmderet the saae price.
An extiaeopy will be sent to
elaba of twenty.
Advertissaaols te a lialtad naaber will »e la
aertcd in tbe WSSSLT Hxbalb.
The 1AILT BnaaLO, three seata per copy. Tea
dollar* per year for three haadred aod sixty-three
issues Five hollars for six asontbs. Two dollar,
and fifty ceate far three aeotba.
JAMES GORDON BKNNBTT,
Editor aod Proprietor,
Northwest corner of Fnlton aad Maasau streols,
Now York eity.N. T.
There aiw re traveliag agents fsr the bibalp.
aehfMt
•nmrouTAN
•#u'{«
ai*
E A E
JOUN TKMPLKTON A W., Lessees A Managers.
Attraoiiose II apreeedented
Foarth night of tbe favorite artistca
Missaa Tbempsoa, Mr E. Tkafaoa,
Mr. Charehill!
Hfi DEN W BIDDEN 0T
presented with a aHlliaat saat.
MWpe
tbetthaaqeadpeMeffl»4ar «M»
set to fcU behlsi ahelr bxh*a
Is.<p></p>SSSSSSS2:ESSS5SSffl
Wf^Mfliaj Kreiiif, larch 9f.'l4s
Will be nreeeatad for tha Arst Uae the great f-ost
Draaaeftbe
HIDDEN HAND.
Bona ahaald boeooarad earfy.
In asanetna ef tbe great lesgtb s« thia
aaatiag pl^thae wiU be ao lacca,
fitfat Attraction thia week
MATINEC EVERY SATtlDAY AT S P. M.
Seats saswredfroaltA. M.UU1P.M
Bcals or Paiesa fW*ee Bssa, IS ta W.—
eaots Sishsattn Seals, eenta
itw, S eeats.
Wanted far the
dHia.is
i:'
Ovncaorvn Daa. A *bw^I
Maaday, Mareb 7.
CeBM—!70Me.
OAVS -«raM.
BuliT-|1
Ohlaaga Barkat, ay Talagiaph,
CaisAao, March 7.
NEW \DV'TS.
L«at.
OOM
MONUAT fcVKMNG, KRBRUARV 89,
at or near the
si
A
i«ra Baiwt«
5bv Took, Vkrek S.
Cottok.—Qaiat at 7S£Me.
fiora—5c batter. fMoA*.** B«ra atoto
$7.20^6 .JO K. H. u.
SSI 25
New V or* Htovk Markol*
law Vooa. Marak 8.
AUNISdION
aarebS-dtd
(Ur.froar, Jan. 8, 1988.
Faneing per one
lit
s--."i te«t. ......Bit
Barn Hoard a do Il(2{
Fiofting do ....... SI
Si'tiiig go ..*••••
Jai»thc4 timber do 21
Shiagle, par thoasani 3 5s®#.«/0
Lath, 4.8
I'lok.ta 1582i»
PBARI. 80ARF PIN. THE
fiader will be aaitably rewarded bv leaving
U a. the Unrtis Home. nMiS-djii*
SPRING TRADE.
liAYE hKXOTl.O io
W i
19
ilil
and Kir»tcia». Marble (font ftnrn
ft 21 Lake Stree
where we absll olf.-r, with insreaaed aecei?
tiona and faeilitifa, tbe
Largestssd Beat A«sortaeet of floods
Bip«in Cbareh, a pair ag
Far Olovai. A raaard of two do. lata will ba rrH
far tbeir return to ti.ia Office. meh4-4'.
B.H.PABK8,
3Pro duo* Broker,
NO.
and flra at |IU®11W( f*
HTOt'K g.»i farm horse1, *2 aitckling
1 8ne Htallion 3 vea.** rM. 1 firri claj.n brood inaie,
1 two ear old r»!i, in.loh i-w. ytmli' ealeea
itwoyvurrild heifir.l t.enr, 4 thorougbbied De
von eat'!« store tiuj«, I Chapter w«ite«
i-AH.H fahtli*t—1 lao borj«e Mannt-r rear
er and inorer, goud f.rji w*ki,vs, b»v rick ind
•ood rork. hart e.-«, |l,-«t, 'itiliraloid, barruwi,
1 Ojien bu/^yani -iM i,f barua -, -ai'lle and bridle
eider presc, [ioh fore, spade.-. .(cli, h.R-i,
chain*, Ac ^ri'.'Wtone, car|ieiitem tovla,*e.
The Vry
Ma* ?i ':w
^05 V
CHI
Caab
IU SOt't'fl.WATBR HTRBET,
UAOO, ill. P. O Box 1(K8. 0T
advaneea made on property in aiore. (t
h7 dly
Board Wanted.
GENTLEMAN, BIS WIFB AND TWO
Ubildrea.deaire to prasar^ baard, aitb two
or three rooms, in a prirata family, or in a sapa*
rior Boarding Bonaa. Coat lass n object than to
secure a g-wd home 4l4na« "H," I'net OBi^e,
Drveoport febO
J.N.DIfHK,
Pmper Umn§try
PelBter,GlaiierBa«l Whlleaer,
ah5-6m] 23 AMI 8d
St., 'H Btadg &
Perry,
£KvTfJHK
CAPT.
A. MORRHON will deliver a lecture
on 8T. PATRICK'S XWH f, BAUCR 17, at
LAHRMANN'S HALL.
I agi
iriaa
Hrux T—Has Ireland a right to rebel again*!
tbe hngliah f.hjjarchy aad eatabliah an iriaa go*
erntnem r,n lriah aail.
.K CIST8.
HUN. MARV1V ft. BOVfifi.
oi Wi.J M.aiii, wi:
E U E
Before th. Mil*AHY ABOlMJIA 1 N of Davan
I of,
Wedaaaday livaalag, •arch em, 1BC4.
AT LE ILAUG HALL.
SabJwrt: WUVAN.HBR |*F1
feKCB, ANUKOUOATIOV,
UlMl't!*.
Single tlekot. 2"» ue,,,j I' -1:-1 *imUt1ng feotle
man *nd too iwim
to
mmcIu te had ti any of
Ibe Vok»tore« ar a
z*on aa t.B rbwti
BY 3HN ZIMMERMAN*, i
't\t It /. Main S'rfi,
w.u..,,tar.r "rrv.,.0.
trade generally ISayera will approve .•! All uistr'inisnn wanair.ej t" jjire peifaot
cur Uooda and I'liiet.
BOWEN BROTHERS,
Importer*, Jobbers anil
4
wteb"
aatlafaetlvf..
Wlt.f,
ns S!II.I) AT rt'KLIC ATCTIOX
at tbe OU HACK i UACK KaKm, .a
Dock Cr«eV, tiv .« u il«.- froia Oa»enport. Ki*«r
iioad) ou T'li/HS. Al, MAKI.II 10, IS'4, ihe
fcllowil^ pr-pi rtw, 112:
I'HOoilJCt- 1 Muioth/ hay, prairie bay,
straw, com. oa'?, pniittoe* Ao.
FL'K.MTCKK— Cbina tea aetts, bruaaele car- ....
pet*, ebaira, tubles, beds, ae llOlBP* I tfff,
Sale to CQipiuepfi: at '0 o'clock. Stock, Ac.,
a i
I.a telegraphic arraBgtuiebtttx'endfn wherev
er the electr.e wirea are atretcbed. When the
Atlaatte sable ia l.il, wbieb teat will annn be ac
Ckmpltab d,telegrama will be raoeived frem Ea
reueand Aeia, a. well aa fioa the United Statta
Then our readera will hare the eventa of the
O O K A
1
ready lor examinati'in at «)j. iEHKM, CASH. ..
Saw. PaKKSa, A-iot. WlliftON, rl'llltlUf JPSIM*.
marohS-dlw
i QARRIAQt RtPOSITORY
find
.Mo. 1 IO llfrtdy St. nboVf .',«h
OAV^Xl'OltT, IOWA.
/. CUirk &• ll"u',j
fi
LAVENPORT ^C0 Sleckllg »Fa^ 4
KKKPS CONS TAN TLY oit HASP
a targe»tork of tbe tooat thorough-
1
ly made anj tn'j.-i m-xlern Styles of
ClRRUiiKSk BlttfilES,
O E a s e n a n u a u e i
and most durable quality, ilis ^i oJ» wereboaght
aad contracted for nefore tbe g*e.t ri*e in mate*
riil and labor, which enable, uiin offer the
Ureuteat indurtmtnt*
Aosresl PHtm.
Coantry aerehante will find it very mieh to
their adveatago te patronge aa.
Mifmrriiiuitf bpi h^
DONE PROMPTLY. 1
AH Work Warranted.
O. B. CBILD, DaTeoport.1 1
O.C.WLt.B«MtoB. rajlidtf
NEW JEWELRY STOKE.
K O S K E O K I
HAMWEAIU
A LABOB ASD WELL BK.
leeiea aasortment of Jewelry, eomj.ris:ag
field and Silver
W A E S I i S o E 2
GOLD CHAIN*,
«M*LD PEXd ANU PENCILS,
COLD BIKOS AltD LOCKETS,
COLO BREAST PIAB, B8S»
and fn laet aver) tbiag porUiaioj to that flee
beainear, at
No 13 East Seeand Streets
•aTaorou ran BLact,
Aad wilisaU gofds
Per Conl. CHeaper
than aay other hoeae InthOsI^.
aaino ay gande.
Nstkc to Kcfslsr BssNen
rvl AND AFTBa MONUAT TH« TT# INST.
Utbe price of board at tbe Bartis Boaae will
boas lellews
OOILTB atmHB^
Pi.
SSSSUSSStiBiUSnllSi
4iaa
eiuiaSTT, psopssitm,
W O O
FSONTINO
Loswe aod *Saaagor HtaHea. Manaarina,
I||1BMIS8I
'.f4
RECfilVfiH A*,
U E
i iVo. 50 Brady Street*
Aho*e the Teat OflW.
•rn. Bnllrr in Hew Orleans
HaraHlr%^« Rio
lory «r F.n«land
Hume'* da d«»
6ibhon«) fi* Rome*
IoncIVIIow^h H'nyaidr Inn s
In |V»f Tintra, hy Whitlirr
Jljr Farm »l Kd^rwood
TkeOM Hrl»l, kftalkwtfik. WM*. Wife W«l
iiftlrr* la one*' lbTimolla Titcamb f*
da Frop!r da
tleH^#C#l gft&i'M
Leiaona in Llir
Pecnlur, by Epta .Snr^ent
Sou tidings from lit.' Atlantic,
H« S-.icoeeal'nl
PHC)T( KrRAPIl ALBI MS
a»id PfM", l*4!t-la«-l ItoekM, I'arlf»!!•«, 4r,
A«ri*rY ron
SMELC'i WOOLEN G070ST
r|MIK
CM1KRHIU.\EI»
WOT'Ll) nESHK'*.
avf
i folly inform the citizens af Heo'l and
/ning countiea, that he i« bowreepar^i u, wrtt'1
iah, at the Davanpoit Wool. i Facu.rj. all daa
eriptimaof Waolen Oon N, anab a
By the yard piece, i'ur ibe cooven'.etira of tt.e
e i y a n e a a
J. HOYT, PROPRIETOR.! Street*, for the sal* ot
bl'»lie«l n.i KifH-.f» a. i
N%M, Pttaav. Mer. hon« T»i» r,if po.' :e tbe
1'o.t OTioe, iw 'i»e aal* of Clo-'., and with
W.''.WsB woaTn.Trner ff ."ecmii aol Brate
dlakau, Flatnrl«,8tekisi Vara.
At Factory p»'«m- i
R'lUjrbt.or laVinia exchange for *4 .iv. acMita.i
(•node, at the hlgbeet »««ti vr.e». «r !h» Va-i-ny
JaollHlawt'' .l.'t-if:*,! -Hlffl.t)^
U U S K O
llann'attarer A l*e.lerin
to parcha«»r^Ca:i before pur.-ia.irjel^ewhere. FAN jY ROBES) C^DlES FURf*
i
BOOT AND SHOE STORE I
Wholenle
k
Retail.
NO. 3 BRADY ST- DAVE7IPORT, IOWA.
I S li O O
OFFUl
FOR SALE THE BF.ST A SORT
•tKT of Boot* aad *h.ea ever offered in this
sity. Being eonaeeted with una of tbe largest
hoases in Boston we an enabled to take every
a4vaatage of the aurkat, aod keep ap the best
steek aad sell tt ad.
'•Store
Harrison
H,
FXJE GOO DS
Hats, Gaps ft Gloves,
U K
tKi»3i or
all k'oar ren .vated,
tepal ed and ra
o 1 1 s o a a o
O O I N
At Coot Price, Iw bo hast of i
HBtreet, let doer frea Satiooal •bbh,
OAVRNFOdl, fOWA.
1 have alee Jt^-d assortaenl of
CfSfl'
PtUrUlahlHf
is- ",*ii
AadtOfl#
15 C^NT| PER 'WEEK.
ffi
WfeVh IK
9
41
ibfO'.W.
s
n*"-
Rnt^ee
(eeltau'p Lilt Joeu.
I e n n a n i e n 1- y i u y a n y n
SpH'cljcs aiii Ltictitict, bv Winded I'biMipa
Life ol I'ltwul*.
riow.uw^'e Fniila ail 1 J'Vuit Trees of Atn^lf^
jrap«? Cnituro, Win« ae«l Wi»e Mekinir
F.dtl nod inrdiMi ••irtiiidlee »f Atneriok
^jtitif f.o«jgcr, by lii hard 1». Kifti'ull
'nd
n Tin1 ]"r«jpii
Jr. nu'l Niahls en the lUrfle C^sltcl
'blld'a iii.turj, ol the Unite StatAK
Hie l'arm' Ht#y
I'lUlll ,t Uov i
I lit* Pi oon-t i.ijt
i e K i I o y
A fall Bsfiortntctit of
o i
J%* w Krtltlnn
wottK*.
Iw Hla" Ntid Cold.
a i
f'OOPKU S V\ •-.ytopli te JlinsfirnVfd a stock* •,("
W*9rk*
V E I O V I
KLL9 k \f\mvw,
N e 6 6 I a y S e e
NeatJ/JcyposUe P».t/rt ».
HAVRthe
1
confer*, with tbe
lateat Ushioea. aad
i» the. Mtat tatia-
IV .^TOFE ami ARi KMdiifllltf
fcr
V.'Joswr Tr Se the largest aod beat
i
aarcrinentoi'
PARLOR. COOK
Tr
Olotliinff
e agflsniled
HEATING
STOVES,":
tbat can lepu 0ase i in the Kestaee neikSIl
d.A tV. hav4ihee« n*«aa elof
«.t\FOR»S
I'riuea moderate, CeleknUd Dhallnn Nta^i
a n s a i i a i o n
gu.r*atie4. ne »r tH» aMt nianoiaal iiveaiii'tii mwi%
batwaea Mala and i daerd. aad lofe, av.nlnuaal eon/ai, iNa ae
oclftHita o*|1h|.
4..
•.
READY-MADE Trinmnk. W
"XXT A. t-i OTj A.T M" sasnasweorpaasod. Wo lavlfa MafectHa not
VJ-iiXJt Also eat baas a tin etsel er
.. Bocfnt & rsssisN
AVasTfi^ •. i
PARKER A EDWAHD8,
Vain Street, brtwsosB Sessnl aad Third
Osiisst iMk Vifi
Cnll and ex
aabMtf
Hayino
SEEN snoaovd for orgs
year io pfoMsntiegCleiasflsr Paa*ieoe, Ar
rear* aad Boonttes. partiw oaa rely apa awnp
their aattsrs attended to as promptly aa be bo*i
nessof tbovartowa Depar^aeate at Waehingto:
willperait.
NEW8TORE1
BMITtMXYItt,
nt hW:e of ooods
i Bnsesd six,
between
e be hosapaaed Mil
-_'i
Umit Oik.1
mwwm*
tWf
CrMdSy lloa or the money eafufriOd.
Csstlanrss, Theyalsokeeptbeosielated
•S*-wi*5!tJxa!!u©i»a«!KINTflOK Y
1 Uft|oan V%ork aA
Ooso ot ell tiaaa. aad tarreated tse boat, aest »*-er aerer fro-aaa. ji- I
durable and ehae|Mat. Ail that w»tt to hay
I OfSRAP0000* mast come t» i»lstlat| USSSON, s
ovl dly PRAXS *fcYS*.^ ||SSM, JVisf*
aso. n. ri A tr
at saw ansa. ^tfflsf H»SSf*ie|i#»
Of«
Yftfl
and e»her ravoriie patlase Oaa
ONbl" to
W a o e a a
tegtve Isllsfa
Viiairars. Jappaased auM
at anw. €h Mia, flsajtad |h
SHItsais Wa»d, t««il *o4a. '. ..
Toas*. Shovele, s^sas
s
Cast Amythiag la the Una. *1 j|p
U w & u I n i W y
u
te brier oa a oflfpl tJ P1
*$+
a *11 kUl'a pcompUg StttStad t» OOss*-«S*#l
a e e y s o a A
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