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leouctry. Butthne would fail as to attempt pense. |t renders the
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t^" rait scope of coun'.ry that lies between
hex aad the Jttiss.uri river, vrhile some city ,over
the further shore of that great stream
^jigftaltru
lit on ai
tp constitute a "middle wall of partition"
-HI o«r glorious country, but ns a bond of
-t.net though identical interests. A. it is
iern hemisphere, it has beeu placed midwav T-m.
of the American continent. Seated on the fnoVfih.in
hasten its consurmualiou.
rt
esP'ona&e
fy
ratur"i!y
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The Baily Oaiatta.
I So much haa bocn said in respeot to Uie
establiehmeut ola daily newspaper in Dav
1 enport, and so fruitier have been all exer
tion« toobtifn an adequate number eub
«vr»Jt»eM to eaetaui it, that without further
ado we comme&ca the laaue oT »*a Go*tt«
L,
a
Je2efirtl'a»«k*r of the ply the wantaoCoommunity in thatreapect
•T«r pricked Daren-1 to favorably aituated we are, it wew
th« breeze,' eaedbeafor othca toattempt it-
$$CBttiea that loom up! A* *«h»ve before remarked, there w no
the etaa2y angres* of our en
[Vi-weekly newspaper of the aiae °f ithe
*Tfc» wxnts of oar community ettt, o which wre are aw are, publiahed1*Mua
."•filr a daily-paper, bat whether they ex- portion ortho-West, the subscription pnee
an ML*'* will yield an adequate to which ia leu than 84,00 per annum.
Ill Mlltiaifr to «M of tho aiae we Thaterma upon which we published our
preeeDt, ia qua|t^a«l»bla. Thoaa tri-wtekly barely paid the coat of materials,
i acquainted with ua know that we it cannot be expected then that we will it
KM of thoaa who "put their hands to jam a daily paper—upon the principe a
ir aoti loalc back," but what we un- tempted and abandoned by the N-w
ke that Tve.dq. Per thirteen years Tribute—at leas then we have to pay oi
i p4Miah«d paper in thia place, and.' the ink and paper of .which »t lacuna
hax failed a :i~?U utfk iu issuing it tuted.
rablither in the Wast truth-: Sjuie of our e-rtemporar? dallies o. Iowa
aaaertioa) During aropublish^ at *7,00 P*r annum, otiiera.
rf— oalrlbeae GuailUr with the, of
smaller dimeiuions, at #5,00 we strike
Ythat follow ia quidkanccetsion ", a medium and placa our terms at #6,00 a
proaperoua country, can fancy! year and give a larger paper than one, at
fie shifting of the acenea in least. at #7,00.
we hate bean participant- From' So much for our terms, and as we hive
nixed territory oT a ffew thou- made orrangememato have our subscriber®
i confined mainly to iu
1
supplied by a man, interested in their prompt
fowa has grown into a' delivery, we trust there will be no complain*
illation of several hundred on that score.
^Scattered throughout aixty-five of Now with regard to rates of advertiaing
Ike oe£ttie4red counties it now embraces. I we make slight alteration, the chief being
|)«Tefl00ft»Uien a hamlet of a few houses,! in charging 23 cts per square for every
JfrW &atel*
a population of over six thou- i change. This is the course pursued in ci
tfcM located amid an almost wilder- tics where, as with us now, every change
[•eat, nam.auriiujuuiedby a thickly settled incurs to the piblish?™ an adJitLHM^~.
1
la specifieattoit-—beside we sat down to say a sinjr uniform, sfrf*
ffc. met* .b»t d,i1,
r.p„.
Experience ha* made us somewhat
.nd
u"
and ir r*-*'1"'8
run
Of the place we feaves
ur our abode, has redounded to ourj'
owa interests correlative with these of ourl.an^J-v
frllovi- ruizpn. VCP shull not hmitah- in li.J
the adiantages our city presents. k,j
That Davenport is destined to become as1
Soon, not to know Paver port will be
i -rfe aoor to complaint
s'ze
o{ our
8,luar,'s,
we
h*™
MtP'" .« -1-
lavorr- meeting the eye
every county
one
the WSipen P'ofi«. .nJ ,1, cf P, n»,lT»l. .n.I Ohio. I mrt. k|
1 one
I 19 v
lioT UKLIXEIV.—We are informed that an aggregate official service'of longevity, olf
jaw»tee have recently met in Davenport' five persons out of nine, of one hundred and
„Ior Ue purpose of forming a Carson League, UaUy-tico years. It is queried whether any
°f
tn«ivtere«ts»f Maine-lawisrn. Scott Co. of attwhes, can boast of an equal length ot
AMMB
iu
The Railroad Bridge at Rock I0laud ie
fxpectud to be done iu about a vuar'e time.
«ntins length
w
jU be 5.S32 foet, and
Apots #260,000.—Keolruli Whig.
Hold up there neighbor, your figures are
too !auv. Ita length will be I5&2 feet.
.-•' UrT".":
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daily, coiy#Md that if we cannot sup-
MOh
passagc, "I had."
0
iaeTCaaed
ur with UM mAchmcrv of twenty per crnt, so that advertisers m#y anJ instead of the m-jurn u ttu wi. *r
uncomplaiu- i,|0 number of tliRcs at about the ssme
Election Returns.
The Cincinnati Caz-M: of the 12th says
the Anti-Nebraska majority in Ohio is
iabout .FIFTY THOUSAND and ''more like
ly to exceed that number than fall below
In PennsylvanWPdfffcck.lhe Whig can
didate fur Gov erne r, is undoubtedly elected
a
',Pa^y majority.
Po,t of the 1 uh
The Pittsburg
says:—-"Tjie returns up to
f}nemy and
_u
e are theiri!
nlll
lu vv
confess oneseiif i^ufiiown in the geography 'n »D®ana
of enr conntrv! What Ch.cego is to th*e !very
tliere is n
W (.1..... «. II H. Wh'G £iin in several, the returns from it is so arranged as to off-r no ae»u iinp-'di« i ...
which we have seen, that gain in each is
t^°UtaD^"
fertile valleys and plains a p- na! uljr.ee to drcolate small notca .-jthe(Jraw y(t ,.v
has apraad American territory
'oceans are its bcundarieo
,terprise will strip it down mm irun mum .! s^ng rivers, we rep.y, ttie 'Xtr.i
and bring its rjgg^d surface into subjection, Powtr
t0
Dli
v
oaion, bringing together and combiningdis- I u i ,|T7 -T i n,-
U o n 0 1 s
headquarters,— service of five of its members. In addition
*KflH,rtfr- to this we may mention that out of the nine
ID riew of the other counties of Iowa 'connected with our office six rejoice in the
coasing up eo nobly to the »id of Scott the
vfry
P?llulaT
and
9
0onvention concluded the quostioa was
""safe without the trouble of entering into a
«,e. parute organization, HO alterliluuiag a
reaolotioaa expraasiva tf tlwiur seotiinents,
""ai}«uniM.
«f the Xfcbraeka "Westward the star of atraM. crossing an orCinary s^n-.i-bar at low water, numt.er taerc-are six or s-iv-jn rii.ii.uin-.—
empire takes iia way." American conquest Because Ponnaylvania and Ohio havC| ^ll(j .. ^!(j QUJRE
the jnrv in the CrahaH) cag0 bro ht in
tbe broadest and richest valley in the wes-iv erdictf guilty ofmanslaughterin the
01-
., i lowing item:
f-^weatern bank of this mighty river, at the i,tn
onlv ruiint wHrrf, sv I Rfgister Ofiice corps consists of
only point where the car of progress can nine persons, viz two editors and proprie
mvbecied, Daveupurt must receive tors, and seven case and pmss hands—tl ree
rTSB-tar lap sufficieat capital and enterprise journeymen und four apprentices. The
up a great city. Believin*
Bec^nd'
0„
of our columns for the fol-
8«nior eJitor,h"
THI CHICAGO POBT OFrwe.—The east
ern mail, yesterday morning, brought to th
I\,«t Office in this city, all tho letters from
the Chicago Distributing office to Rocklnrri
besides any quantity of mail matter for De
'roit, Slilwaukee. Indiiiiiapjlii and various
parts of Iowa, Winconain, ilinnesota am'
MiKeuuri. The Galena letters we sujipoRt.*
have gone to one of the places above named.
Is it Nebraska,or is it Whiskey that produ
ce »uth ftragpeat Wuadera. «0tf. Jrff.
re*J,,t
eara and the third 17 years—makinrri "f11?
[Ar Ottttt.
"Bad."
Oh,(hit Aad,
hew aad» passage
a«aser«»ae.
Have yoa no ptroiU! eaid I to a liit|e
girl, who wu weeping bitterly and with
whom I had been talking and trying in vain
to conaole.
ma'ain I hai parenta.rflaar and good,
but they are gone now."
How that had atruck upon my ear.—
Dear
bat (to) deepest farrow and darkest despair.
Tften you haWkWathwd the fuU force ot tho j,oat
I have aeen a beautiful bride, standing
before the altar, leaning trustingly on the
•rm of her Moved. Her future waa all
azure tinted, there waa no darkness there,
her after life was to be all brightneas. In
me," and turns away
and glistening eye.
had a home," says the weiiry and toil
worn wanderer, as he turns from door to
door not knowing where O seek a shel
ter.
«I had," cheerless, thought
Out we have one bright and beautiful con»
solation. There will beatime when these
dark ilespairings wil! have pasted away, and
the bride will have her husband, the mother
her children, and the wanderer his hom
luKm#nt and tmufihttii*1-** requires con-1 fact congratulate theiuselvea upon their exclaim, e have a h^use not mace with besides damaging the depot building,
aUlonhl* ttrtiriCkU) ail its joints faV0rr- meeting the eyes of our readers dou- hands, eternal in the heavens.
^tjg smoothness which i^a patrons love to expense.
witness*. A twelvemonth since we might We strive trt%)"the Wit to advance the "From the Railroad IU»««d.l
htve started a daily paper, as suggested by i interests our citizens, and if in any par-,Beciproeal Rights of Bailroads aad River
friends, upon a meagre list of 150 subscri- t'cular we fail, suggestions from those whal®4^10*^ Brtdga over the Mississippi at Rock
hers. Oar paper would have been a small perceive our shortcomings will be OHM*
affair, stunted in its infancy it would have thankfully received.
reached old age a dwarf. Biding our time
we start out with well developed propor-j
tioos, and if our citizens are deserving of
the prosperity that seems to te flowing in
•very source,they will not!
ij^ttr efforts. Satisfied that
our own part to ad-i11*
trBte
»»,/) if hi unt1 t/'is Lour indicate that "we have met the'tion. opening new avenues of trade and est seldom felt at general elections. About
V lr*Bklyto represent
i ... „rn n.,t mi,.1.1
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rich and populous citv, and that at a period ^elter "ut notwithstanding, we would not|
the
Ur«e'
In
li°ns,
w
of lime not far in the future any one to view a^v'se sanguine Democrats to bet vary^ highjSeason» past, are not unfrerjuently unless didate for Mayor, bv a majority of twelve
i, x/ i •. on Bitrler. The rest of our State ticket is for transportation purposes a large* portion i hundred votes over Frederick 1J. Smith, the
her advantages and locality, must admit.-, J1"*',, of the year. .democratic candidate. The Whigs ami
ca
jn
Oak-dale Cetta«»e, Scott Co., Iowa, Oct. 12. the printing office of the Berkshire Courier,
and a dwelling house. The loss is estirna-
ocrat.
the country "in any and every direc- place to-day, and created a degree of inter
..- The thing is'oJding largely to the wealth of such see,'six thousand votes were polled, and the re-
h'ie rivtrs are confined to certain turns whieh have reached us up to twelve
locations only, and as has been the ca«e o'clock indicate the election of Horace J.
iih the Ohio asid its tributaries for several Pointer, the Wliig and Know Nothing can
... Undertheae circumstance* we cannot un-' Know Nothings have literally swept the
AaU-weHraaaa majority is |,JW it can be decided unlawful to city, and the air is ringing with !,heir victo-
construct any bridge, over any river, ,wher$ rio«| ffeottta.
ment t0 the lrRe
are aware that it is contended th it this
I pecial bridge does interfere wiUi
on
4,
B(
Awhile American restlessness will peoole it. provisions of her constitution, must depend, f.r as little impediment to navigation as to last them through, expending iiieir^ucao
'lTh» Sisaiaeimi vafiev waa never doatined upon the issues of foreign States. 'possible. Disinterested persons must coin- n the pure iase ot a grs it variety ot arti
,»*na auaiaeipni vaiiev was never destined cidewith us, we think, in our opinions,
.inthinihe r,«Iete1
the oceans, that it may receive and convev s, olve an impn on-J Xow, in the name of common aen*e, on ground directetfby the spirits, in another
.. i i me nt in the State prison for a period of what impediment (ioeg such a bridge ofTer fifty bushc ot buckwheat, beetd. potato©#,
n^jupo i grea anne o living waters to not more than seven years p«r Jeea tbanjto navigation at that point? None, and we pork, apple sauce, in short, eVey article that
"*the whole world, the fruits of the skill and four years,M iare satisfied that -all opposition to the a well regulated house wifo»couid desire to
enterprise of man, brought forth between bridge must arise from other causes than make her Koine comfortable.
--"tha rocky barriers which have been thrown Official Longevity. jthis. i Twool the girls had a stock of millinery
op in the convulsions of Nature on each side' "Typo" informs us that there is just room'
Wc are
eIad
nr
1
designed to advance other printing office, with no larger number
c.1?"ot
euphonious name of
i n I'.OAI IU .. .. l.. a n
'John
Register.
lieat this who can Salem
navigation thereof. We A Spirita&l tamilj.
1
u™
n th„n
t0 |pnrn that the
are sti11
ft?* "8
'»:en connected with the
office up wants of years the junior editor.
.1 .V-J .7" oince upwards ot -17 years the junior ed tor »n.
0,1
Wll.h
IWM9^ Mr«tNM)rtt«iia kiMr4jB fe] ditto, lti years. Of the three iouruovmon !ca8ew»l nave an important hearing. The running around the neck, bottom and sleev. i I -h«.-ms ,»r ii«*..in...rt an.i ».irrouu«iiuk
has been with us 23 years the second'.
^"t assured that the de-
cision will be in favor of the bridge.
Of the difliciilty between the Bridge Com
pany and the War Department, we have
nothing to say, further than we think the
NEW PAPER.—l'.~M*)riariy, formerly of l?"
the Jackson county Press, sends us a Pros-
pcctus of a new paper, "Fla" of St. Croix I °'n
which he is about to establish nt Stillwater
Minnesota. The paper is to be whiL'and /^L.hu
Mr. Moriarty's experience in uewa naner
publishing will insure agood paper.-Dubu-1Iual P«!nT
'jun Express*.
The following is from one of the old
British poets, it is exquisite it is the very
essence of fancy. It was addressed to a la
dy, upon whoso bosom & flake of xniMr Wil
and melted:
Till enviuii,. am.w cinn.' dowlUffhaai,
To provi-tb^ brcan l.-».fulr "»v
But pierei to «ee It elf
Aud mclli iolo a toar.
1
BV TELEGRAl'
ARRIVAL OF THE EUUOPA.
BOSTON, October 12.
The Europn arrived here at U e'clocsk
laat night. Fourteen of the survivere of
the steamer Arctic are among her pasaou-
^Chas. T. Mitchell, of Charleston, *~!40 from Hi
E. D. Dupasen of New Orleans, elate that »i}U«»ud dosicii», tuch
Mrs. Collins, son and daughter, w ore drown-
lJje U
friend, have you ever had your bright- j,a,| been placed by Capt. Luce.-—
est.dearest hopes torn ruthlessly, unspar-] When Mr. Mitchell left the ship, he said
est.uearc Mr. Brownauu'a family, seven in number,
ingly from yon, until nothing wju len j«u
p3Clting of the boat iu which
8tnndlI1|f on th
/(|eck,
an
e t0
all ware
have jrone down. The large
pable of holuing 50 or more passen-
gers, was on the deck of the Arctic, and bc
fug too heavy to launch, it was supposed she
would he filled with persons, hoping that:
ahe would float off when the *hip suna, and
not be carried with her.
From South
one short year she was clad in the widow's waste-elected to Congress from the Charles-j
garb. With tearful eye and despairing look ten
sh tells you, I 'd u husband." branches ol the Legislature, thua securing
I have aeen a loving mother press to her election of U. S Senators.
heart two lovely children, but death's resist-! PHILADELPHIA, Oct_U
less hand snatched them from h.r embrace, A. E- ^''9lZ\\su\cx o'rer
and in after years as she watches the gain- ||tliliter| ^e present member, by about
»|s of infancy slie ejedaims, "J too had JOQO majority.
s.veet children, but death tore thiini from Tiioy, Oct. 13.
with mournful look, A skiff containing 17 men upset this morn-
ine near the steamboat landing, and only 6
were rescued. They were employed in a
Cliair factory at W.-st Tr-.y, and were go
ing to their work. Eitf»*' «c bodies have
been recover-1*
n,e
(rrief-laden heart siuka despair at tlie
thought of sorrow tt carrie s
Si uiNc riF.f.n, Oct. 19.
An ipcendiary iire was kindled in the
woodshed of the Housatonic Ruilroud at
Great Harrington, on Saturday night, and
about one thousand cords of wood, belong'
1*111 '11.11' tlUOIII t'llv tl« »U»a liu tumn tiuu, u' iu ug
Rjiilrnad Cornpuny, were dawtruy-
n
'l *C u"j &$'J San lord'
ted at #^0,00^1 but is mostly Covered by in
surance.
CHARM.STOS, Oct. 10.
Island. It is believed that M. rdecai, who w said
We have made mention of this Bridge on to he a Know Nothing, is elected Senator
several occasions in the Record, because I bom Charh-Kt n.
we deemed the subject one of vital import-! lluii. John L. Preston ie electcd Scpa
ance to the Railroad interests, and the point tor from this district.
of controversy involved,as one affecting,the COLI MBIA, 8. C. Oct. 9.
rights of the community at lar e. Weh 'ld| Whe have a few details of the Florida
that railroads have rights as well as rivers election. I.eon county givt s Maxwell.
—that rivers cannot be a bar to railroads ocrat, for Congr ss, SO majority: Wakulla
any more than railroads can be a bar to gives him 3ti majority Jefferson, 242 ma
rivers. But railroads posses# decided ml- jority aud Madison, 68. He is elected by
vantages over rivers, inasmuch as they can about. fiOO majority. Legislature is Dem
he constructed over rivers so as to offer lit
tle or no impediment to navigation, and at
the same time they can be built to pene
There is a family uy tii name ql Scott!
.« fee
,"of aud gr..»d ua.jgh'e'*. Out of the wl».i-
,IIIM cjnsiik-r^ble car, O ol in old maid, iredictei
create them, under the benighted ken s, r.s to ennstmct the'1- bridges as to of- enrdingty went to work storing pruvi-iuiis
cles-
Gbaham FOUKI GUILTV.—The New .when thev read the full. »wihg description of any Rerun's house so they tell visitors.
«rt F^ivn Aarf of th^ 10th «,»«• "A the dimensions and plans of this bridge, for that th/V can enjoy the same pnvi lege.-*-
Uich we are
V o u a t- a s e e o o k i s o n i n e s i e n e o e o a n a n s a w i o e
As they claim to bu perfectly at home
indebted to the St. Louis la Our inl.rm mt therefore, went through the
.• „iUuU for the years ol famine. S,x hun-
bU3h"i"
01
wh,eut
published tn the Gazette.] place twenty-tive bushels of beans, raised
were Btljred in
company which they sold and expended the money in
th'- bridge the abut- the necessaries ol lite. One of them calls
ments and piers on the Illinois side and in hernelf "Old Joe," becuuse, like Joseph, of
the main channel are completed a large old, she hns prep.ired for a famine. Iter
force is employed on the main piers. dress, made by directions of the spirits, ia
There are several other railroad bridges one of the oddest coverings ever prepared
projected over the Mississippi, and the O- by a human being. It is somewhat after
hio rivers, upon the construction of whirls the Bloomer fashion, with the pants left off,
the ultimate decision of the f'ourts i(i this*of yellow coarse plaid, with huge
l"r,
thtref°re anxiously looked for, i She also wears a sack of the grotesque pat- V T"'" l'»»-''",rro..»yi
with two ostrich feathers, fastened on ei
ther side, looking like two huge ears.
One of them paints spiritual flowers, to
tally different from anything that has ever
action of the Secretary of War, in this case yet been seen. It is certain, without assu
questionable but, then, this iu only our' ring von, that she neve- learned to paint.
opinion. __ These paintings are nude for use, accord-
,C\'Jir(u,
lh
of thn
8Pirits"
dauS,,t,
rii
triivc'
16
seven different wayn, till
Proruret' d_ilf rent kinds of water,
8l,ou
11°
i
*S
\V'
a*ft»nj
On UM 10th ^oti. by (he HOT. A.Hinwoo*,
SOMBWHKKK
Oil. IJ. t*M.
NCWARK. Oct. 10, 1854.
The charter election in this city took
Ik.
INL KL HOl'Kl S, of Lt Ctslrs, to Miss UAKKflR
8AM
VOl'NG, Islo of IfeUcitjr
CAKl'iiiS.
BA1.ES of .NEW CARPETS, i«ST R*«3WIWT»TL*
e uisnnllMtuHisii eabr«lmf many asw
3 ply extra Imperial,
Sruaaals style do
ftMrflna Iagraial
line a©, jf* ts* i
en is,
wtoavarpde. filv-4
g*P and Dutolii
Sruggatu, %(,
Boc*i
siitTirs VARIKTV STOB*.
luvixrosT.
For s*« at
Waek Silk Velvet Ribboae
1 »j v ulrictft—a»»iru-d n i«llli» Jujt "fr»m
Q... Jhtcti0»." TiH'to LOW .0 waefc Is o»*
tSALTIBuKE, V/IA. ia. mo be fuuiul ROMARKULt iiieaii »t
Carolina we learn that Aikenj CSMlTllti VARIETY 5TOKE,
0*msr a Brady It.
dpmocrati carTy
both
EMBROIDERIES.
\\T E have -Jt OIUMIOJ A VITV LUR^O amorlmaut of
YY Pari* Krr4i« n srftr4 ('sltar«i
Switik do
Vutlcrklret
Cbrmizrtifs,
llabil,, Bsailk) JM,
We cull i.lar attoi iion to the
al of Un- ion w«ro pim iiascd "nl Auction^ to«l aw
M*tk under tk* U4kalyrtctl.
A IMG,
A full »sol:uMit of CAMBRIC KDG1XCS l( 121
S£KTlMi» nt
SMITH S VARIKTY STORE,
JUST
Nr.w ORLEAKS. Oct 9. fLoUciui.
Tht1 steamer Princess, belonging to this SMITHS VARIETY 8T0BX.
city, was d-'stroyeil by fire neur Natchea! Corner ol 3d and Brady eta, DaTanpoet.
yesterday, nnil several persons p:risheJ inp
the flanie!", including two ladies. No names R£M0YAXi
have yet been ascertained. The cargo con-j 'pHK BOSToX shdk vrmtK I
sisted of 3,300 bale.-of cotton, which, with
the vessel will prove a total loss.
now oprueil io
the wtw »t'» »m IH \1 »r in ihx« corner #f llfarfj
•niiil SiHontl tr«M-ts. rtK»m whs fittedirp rr/ir^.tj
/f f*r *nr use* liuviug all the coiivoultnlih-li
MiJu ht«,inp to u *o. 1 ,vrot STOKE. MT»R*
titu* th:m ati oilii-r lliiiig* wo liuve now «»ur
k of
BOOTS, SHOES A5D GAITEBS,
for l.tftit*. Mimik-. HOVS UM1 fiiirhfte?*, *o
that w." s ,) w Kliou! llltil w,' hav- Itif Urftri
ami «i«' •iwi'lrh: ir .ttlr III llu# vi.-i*il'•
llr.MKMUT.'i TI:K PI.VK, 3
'I ornffotn TLU, t'«» OMrc.
«MC I*rice Itrady Pay.
S. U. DAWSON it CO.
Oi I. '51.
Chsap School Books
A TOtTKO Mil WAX
TED
»fO H,.|l 3i|sailii-». 'i'*ri,(«.|K rs am! Buokaow
n ro ito, hpiW immi»li»«.fH- *1.
The Iowa Beok Bwas,
-U IIOHf Mi |JaVtfll(«rt.
N B. Go«J irteroiico,'or« »m«ll unuxiulofCu^) as
Mfuritv roiiitlrcil.
OH 14 ^:i.l ADAMS, AgcBt.
CHEAP SCHOOL BOOKS.
hani nn of
Sfho-»l in
COXMTAJM.V
nMk
n«.*il i.t lli
wliirh nro no'd it tn.» U»\wxt f«r only at
Ttio lown Heoh Itoom«9
Brady Street, near 3d, Davenport
in*1ii.!h)?r I• l, rmt Atl:n. MilrhB'l*
Primary Unit). Htfiilur* IIMI Primer*.
\\V BII.L .•* •!IT'-I KIM. KIIITXHIS :IIIII
Arilhiiicti,*, WolMWrk*|et.«:r«, Wubslnr-
nl i. ac.
Od. 12. KU APAMN. Agl.
~~7 A CARD
'I* kjtD8.k»*ii,u'l'.»rll.c |rieitwlUiJr4Wi( from
1 Ui* l.nil *rwii_r by a Uinpoiition '-f hU fHtopdM
i G*». Nit to f««l* it a li ow.ii to Uie pnb
Hr io r«lurn liis sihi«r»t ih.mllufVirttri' ttf'rnl |wlror
iln y !h.v• \. I! luiii for llu' iwo brV'f tours co-
Mr
my tons mnimii.
e w i i a i j- n i i .- n
U.- in i 'Oiiincri.lir,)f hiu» t', |»iiMir 1
ami of nr-nnr lie '/'iu liialM ln»lnc«M'iitruiit
ixl to ln» thi.rpo wi:t !o jrrtmjiily t». Hi
t'«riUnaM tbe Oancrui l«tud Afem v ut ourotd at.iiid.
Fancy
JI' ST n v i v »I le.in 'ICTII»V,»
O.-WtVAKliS -M'II Die- Silk* »,U|.er
yard, lliw) p«i»l« »ra ih» tmitilaouiuat sin!
ntfir Hi |irU-a ttfany F.iN'CV SU.KB are k»ra «rtr
,r--d
for »s!e.
ALSO
5 Lots of extra rich stripes nt 7U cts.
8 wide high Liste Rich Plaid*,
fl Rich B.-oc.ule n w ntyh-s btaok.
4 II-'W tl --igns ,« I|I(L sfjiifire
Th olove with a gre-xt Variety of other
8ilks may le found at
SM ITU'S V A UIKTV STORE.
(^i»r. S •cond & Brady Hts.
Owsr ft Hnrltnt's Writing Paper.
nl\n(p
in.-s l"n|', T.otft-r, B»lli, Pot. «til ('.iiimorL-ta
Pap. r,Ju«t rm.-iTinl ilir.-il from Ui» luaauffcc
turiT« unrf for I-, l,,i ,-NIU or Hi-lull at
The Paper Ware Boom,
Oct-10- Noll* Claire Blook.
Laflin ft Brothers Papers.
«w Casoa Cap, Leilor mul Soto Papi-m. in. stlv flrnt
I 1'IMM direct f*Mll Uieabutec l. aU'ilmakifr.|Vr aalu
at tlm
Oil 10
GOGiMHlrli-li
0n
v ii'-atv In tin-litiriMsM «atnr*,f |..TK'.-ti.in I., Hhi.-li thr
tie bonnet ol straw is ornamented nrt lu* i,cim iinc.^iii Nn |.iiiun- u iow «d u, vnvu tiic
roouu uuitaa I'lillre iti»i.|. iioii I. Ifurn.
J. C. OA8TON.
Duveii^prt Oil. Kith 1^51 triwlf.
°ne
A visit was made
nvnr' w^cre s-ven
m?^
.....n fa HV v e w a s i e u a n u a e o n e v i s i s i i u i s
of the spiri-
was to Lake Lrie, where the srtme ting was
done. Wh'*n the oeven washings aro com
pleted rili': will be healed.
UK Fnrinur and Kmiifrnnt* Hand Book:
.sknU'li of Kiin«u» und Ni-lira.k
MiljlH K
Mil
iardL-n Kdcu or i'icUir«»rf '«,baj
•r »alu at -r.. n."
tra«k A
So 7 La Clair.- IJI uck.
COOK
ft
HISTO
A US.
OIT S
Silks.
|«-r Wari- Itoom
Nu 7 IA' ChUre lilock.
UDHR U-8 PU-tuTial Vnlteil Suli-*
ditto KugiuiHl:
V^*|•l^* Oraiuiiiar
f'ulbtirii :iml Ka)1!, Aritlitnolli-s :ui4
MitcliollS juvt W...-Mly|»4-
AtXo 7 l*i aire Btwrk
OYT7 W 14 HOT.SIKB A CO.
4USTO.WS
ivra tur.nritit'w
®rady b^'ween 8e«oad and Third Sta.
rp|u.
®*crr-..r ."#0J ®w
m.^c- .scollops
COIIOJIB rpin-: .,1i,«. ii,.
Dni® Bor*
.. 11 i-
QOOD8
Just KeeeiTed!
A
Supply of Driigaiinil CriK-orim, i .mnintini In part
of Horry via' Puln Klllar, Ayvra Cbwry fecto
Ittl, UuliiinH, I.I,Hi Oil, White l.i-ail, fowder.
it I ami. Salt, SIIJTMM, ^i'.
Al-o a lol ol (ir*4.*n Apjik-*
l'orseloby AI.VUKII «I v.tjg |A ITKN.
Opposite the Feet Office.
OclT,l«M
ef
""ing
a
ct''"
lameness, she waa
t0
CHEAP BEADUTO!!
JUBT"
^'ere set afloat, wli-n the wa-
opened n lar^c etoelc nt new
l.!
Uit4 AfuMS.
Oci.ta,i«M-tf
riAH~5
F«M( mi
Blaf, b«l«*
«uk o
OTIWIKQ]
V .sboiittf
pot, coiiinmnulnl
t|i« t« ClUtM uiid Ifce
JEIIIWHV. To WRE all TR OY*,]
artoo flhe I. U.
Jto.RUBtVjr SjMwvhii^rff
7 »"*«'niy Mine
i tlfiy liy «ni«
Tltawflureo I u arm »ld* tn MCMgmtT MWWM,
ut buililiiif •UsofrTewWIfcsl.WfcMl P«'
before aupliinlfoti U M^ds for tie
Hot •olj peperntrly before appllt'
iuwi.ll1 ..
4"
''4^
Sli019?
uc
wilt b« »nld together lori
»!lh flu
fisoa. Thejri
Inn Yoiiiif Apple Trm-» of Uirlll «rewtt
•lid Varirtii'i. Xo i inlniliue tan be loaodm^
town .r country here a tMtoful r«il4»iw« Will lk«s
k*lt*r advantairM- .A
Lot* I, 9,4 andS are eatb SO foci by It# a»4 In
nar of tho a»«n' aAolblnr. and kxiSWMe
ofil,^ rim, and Ka* Dov.nporH jdjJ* .aA:
feral Ca'A Apply |o W. H- HttPHItlH, at MS
renld^nee adjuliiliijf the above
Ea»l lte»fM|^irt
roi mi,
I -W1 AcrP* ofln« unimproved pmii
I ni iahbortiood, about «lt mile«
iejr tl,, iruh^.^d^rU^llpqp:
4
Corner 2d aad Brady Ms Davenport.
LADIES' CLOTH
opemM a ,1 MftfM.?rlJiic!il of Clolln HiMigiwHl
exprc* fur Li In falmts. These
t/it Cut, van bo had In
.jt*
—rir
TQiirOW
ft) A It KM of l~in.l
lion on I'minli "tl
i«-nn» uppltc-ail"!
•(fir^d ill pnMi'- «al
ll.ivcn|^rt,''
t.
Will I'C oM at Pulillc iucll'in. on lb« pniatiaes OIW
Tnra»i»v*, 19th 0«i., af leeiMark."
GBO I, .\J( KM.L8.
Oct A»m«*iil AaMtnwefV
At Ih .11111- linn- Iind I'l"''1-. "'I' b«' nlfrr^d a la IT"
aniniinl of pcr.orial pro|..*"t n,i,»i«tiu* of .*» JT.-nd of
Wrtflc Kti-^r 1,1- li ,id yuu
in llor**** r,f r.irinn* :.£•« iiiid
ISO H«ir« wi-lcWii* l-""i Ml l'rnaib«
H.
I KIK'I*
:V t'wii iii.1 ni'Hi (r-uwr:iiii bi'iieM
in pulr .i.i/i I|OM« i" ifai 1
H'e. andlm-liif ai#
a .I III liiul f.'irt, un .»-.1 to 11 lr.~l.iii- In Ibla
nmrki-t 1110 wry U-'.ral.'d I im»Ii tfr rirlor Sloirrt,
tint h.ii I,,' ,n Hold fir Mr. m'*k narr### ,it w 111,1 of
III'-ul.Wr fi|at-». Tlu- R-pnWIc la in« Mlai pal lam
ol wood r.H.k Sti.v.-, wlttch I rliallai.ee Ih* wMb
pro luri- it. ,..|ii!il. lor dural illli 1,,-i ti IMI
pi.U 1, In roil, 11,1. and rhi'a|m-»» ll'i. aata
aup.-ri.ir Coa CooW t-l..**). ahi. li I t-ai. *«!l theeW
Il1s.11 I1.11 ,-v h*.n a.1.1 la 1 lit- murk -t. i.y acvrral #SI«
lar« .ilaok«pp rvni'iti.aof vurio i» fctl'rn*. I haV»
a I'urloi •.»! Mow: ii. .t 4XC«I!S nnv ive ..var be
fore ol' -r.-d in Uim murk.'t for nr.itrii'... ch^annraa.
and dura' 1 it*. Alw.aooi.-n!« »t»l .of l\-irlor Waod
atov. ,, Iwrtj, ji|„,., :|,1(| Irrtn l.i |lva flia
a rail iumI 1 will 11. Ii_-:,i -m• -1 t. tell u e chaaper
tlov.- tli.m 1 un iivnjlhllu lluv.*n|^»rt
iv.
tn rln-ap
pri«ii|t worka of I"
rtli. Mra
luaule und Hclall
e v
u
ms Hn Wli.
ring,dt.*
4*
•I'lir. IOWA BOOK HOOl
Brady St., aaar 8d, DaveBaart.
KLI AUA1M, Jgent.
Oct
Aceoadeoas ond Flutinas,
TUSTTOI-D IV
I II
by E*prf«« from Now York a largo
.end aplondiil amiortin«iit of Arcordeoua & FluUluu
WhKh will bp told Otifaprr than rvrr oHuri-d In thle
eouttryi hv HOVSEI., „t So 'i \., C'lalr.- Row
'MP
PELL.
iaaftan||.
Tth! lP.V|-trw-f*|
Sara Chaaee far
Air-. Timl'or land for l» l| i
full »icw »f llu' river. IVrina l-S I
In :iniiuiil p:ivim-iil» ailb pern-til lnlrrcrt»f.
U0
l»r Koa:,11111 r,n». Aflg
ATJCTI0V I ALE OF UU XHATX.
DEAVTII't'l. Farm, for mil'-. I'II.it II KIU*S
1 Kuhil- all
BE A
111 II 1. larma lor mm
-.
''"B
-f- ifiii.- Citj .| linypm«rt.«» llu-I
nnd
v n
i n I n i a i i u i i v
fh.* tiinl.*r. of whUli Un'r.- ar.- '?.1' ur nKire
•arb tract. Belli* «.ib.ll»l«li»i.. of lanrn trart.
TI||.-| fnrmi nri' w «'ll »«t.:r#.i llvnijr »prliif».
a-v iT riiillnc rr. i-k I.t« for ririti. T|«?j ronliiln
friiin 3D to nu airf-each, wilti «-'jiti. rtaMe lmpro»e
•inl. jl
if raitlr:
of Cnrn li. Uu* llctd:
do wii.*: In tbc stMck
SW) tn Of „.r
S0 Ton* «f HJ» In »'a«-k rarroinc utcDana MM
('f.rriny nii'l K1 iy \.
tittlo on llif fariii of ii 'Curt in W.ilnnl Omw.
Bj GEO I. NKKOIXM.
Oct ,1-trw-l. Kva! I »l.-'i* Arnl.
mlrri'iblfn.li,
KI.SK U..m ut llu' Iowa BonV Room*
Pir innl.o.i-o, at Sn. s 1« rum lllm-k m«} b"
fonnd u'( th- IKKI'41 ntoil III lie ihiveMport FuMir
Srkuul, a fu« otlirn usml elic»'l«T».
i.«o,
Krfrj- description *f Sclio.,1 S[ itlonfry nt prlc-n never
NlHive llii* iunrkt'l. W. II. H(JLMKS k CO.
bivniti'nl IhimI a |-ri*uU: retuli-t.i• for
mln. half In III ai» nth*. end only«
era i !tirKO«.i.a.
II miles from lb* rtvor.
Apply t"
DIUSM KAXIHO
MR*,
A Ml SKI! kavluK nVmint b» Exiiraaa, Hie
•nit si*l- of lreaa IKI CHINK P'ttWtn, la
^ri'pari"1. I» Mannfifturc tin-"ameln th«w*«*a^pr®ir.
rm and u|,pr nine. ».mtd:
Corner feeend aad Vakrry Ita.
TOWS OF BLVS »XAM.
THIS
I..M1 in mtnaifd "II a Ix-anlifnl nndataMay 4
fal' Hi mil from I' -1 f*ni-irT atiil I* mile#
fr-i:i M» -Hlinf. 11 .. "ii th-- Miili* r-i.-id. 5 tnll*« fnM
lli .VleiiMiitpi a».t .Mi««n rl linilriM,! 'ii. 3 inl|. (wu
til riv r. Ilt.vxrj IHMtllln: with a i, iilaln ii
hundrt-d 111,1 a .:i»p -I "mKli 'W having iH-f«rr...l tliia
*i:iniuiar. It i* within tt b..lf Mil* timber and Ibe
•nine ili.tAtww of thu luiai roal l-Mik. In lli.- cmiltlfy.
tl i.w'l wutiTi^l hoth «ilb ii({. nnd walls'
HIi Gr..». n w ronl,iln« "in-»|.»iv, with a SIM» open
lug luriinoihi'r. l.luilKinitli «h.i|., aacaa ab»p.
»h.ip..-i- "I'llr lull dii.ir.af* wu Iw-ii.g, ompK'f 4,
nil.! „I .V lli. h, of hiii1.1 ami Inl lire
I iV.TII Maud. i« for roiil .in U...II .I.1.- t.Tt-,1.. IVlKC
o,. til u.i.in ir i 'llail nnl u i the i.c r.-l puMb
0 mil il.»Ui.l. vor* fur indu..•iiifiil» ir.- Ihua
|.ro*.-Mp.l fi Jiiv one wtatiinp to riici.B» in lito buat
t.tfw. A .ii'.r •••111 la ill o[ r:llo» Si unlv» from th*
ton 11 ,.nl a frrnt mill la bolntf cr. ci. at th« UM
1^.
l^»l. arc now for ante In tli« ahuvv town 011
re-i4niialile t'oiii!*, and fli'M.. «rl.hi*i{r to
IHIIIiI
hi la-
r.'it.- Ili.'rt' mill li.tt t- »«-h liilin«iii.-iil» |iro». Ml»J IhefM
aa are rarul) uJt ri'd iwl Impniv.-d farina ran ha
purrbaaetfin Ibo viclii.ty 1 from fl 0W (-or acSS.
JAS. K. imWjMlllK.
Bt• 1 «'••.». ri, i-i'i. l«Vt-» irwif
Hrw 8T0V£ 3T0HE.
Homo Hanufaetfcrie.
*M wm
rfar 1
Old Iron. -._ii ••-. iini«. pewter, nine, lead, and
Hai-..t".||jtlit .ri ,• a* Mora* and Tlhw*ir.
Cor a»MSd uet wk Ulaixl Ma.
HEARTT. WICKKHSBAM,
tri» i.'
aiii4 ,'
DE LA 'N'E8 10 etja Yard
WI.AIM£,
lv-aball A|"I. today a let «f Mol'SI.: IN•'
at 'tn, u» priiu of--.i dim.- u yard."
TU--»t S i l. ar.' owor than »e lw«j i-ver aeou
.hem—bein[ rery jrood (ar th.) |«k». They *iU be,
rj ady for mile llili no rnlnr uj 111 n'olo. k at
SMITH'S VAKIKTV STiil.K.
Cor. Slid la Urnd) Sta,
BRIGHT COLO0R «, ALL WON. DE LAOTf
VARUS ,u|..riin» alt *M
•111I1 |i l^iin l.i-l ri-icirod :il
1001)1
SMITH'S VARIKTY STORE
'IMIKSKf U.I iliimzli ilt. v nr.- Vrry ril».yft
a. ili.. wi!iv liuHjclit 11I "Ai.rt'.oii" we are ablelo
a-l Kltl rt». (nuich HMibau ibe rf atarprlrc) Ve
hii\ i,(,arl a 1 ro-oiira.
Full k Winlcr Jalliinf
At iromar iron
l(»W CLOTIIl.N'O 8T.1IIK.
Hintr\
I.AlUiK sad furled
Bittd) u*m4e M«ihtnvf eiubmt
tiir -UffTviit anil uf»]r.iveU I^JU aui^by
A
ll all I
(food worli m^n mil of III,, lu st iiiuti-rlal.
Fun*, tnedluin and louiiiiiiti. Union, Beaver, Felt,
Pilot. I'l ioralium uiid Hu»lijnK, BanguM, Neekeead
Hulci'it llvcri-oala, I'lotli, llrt-ta and Kroil i'oete it
varioiia i-olora and .|uu iiu( I it|,, Caaalmore, fleli
in-t. Vi
and TWINH) HaM.ihxM. *IU, Katie, Ve-
Irnlia.SwiinwIowii, Vul'el, Hl'iili, Moth, Caasiaieie,
Satlnrl, IIHIII and HagU, brraxU il Vuala. Moakef
Jui'livl.., Ilrnaura. L'mlaraliirta, lloalury, MuaMIHleie,
Olov.», I'r.v.ita, llundk«rihkf Sliirt-f'rftare,Me aa, I
Tli«, So»rl». WinobeaUir and iki.li'n appeeeed Patael
Slioiiid.-r linn Nhlrti. Umliri'llaa uiidA artletoeeeeel
I) kept in cciitl.'UianN farniallii.K Monte, IwetedW
HOIM-. do Chainl.r.- and Kcvoro vritaand Oveieeele.
Al»«, a aplomlid a.aortniunt of unrat Clalbe, Ceert
m«r-a and V.-.tln^*-all of whleh «ia he Msda ep le
order in thi- beat inannor, arilli promptneaa, at aeeea-1
inodaiinit pruc-». und by competent workmen. Thltl
wluldioliiiient i« In thi* monthf receipt Vt the lelertl
raaliiniM MI Unit nrilrr.Inlrnatod to Ihem npy here
lu.il II II II un liL-lnir In lli« latmtanle by these ,wbo da
»lr. it. All iiimmi.r of plain worfe^iM w«ekofefee
toi'i tn -.l
i II in, promptly aitonded In aa Ixiretofora.
HATS of a ni-w »tvlo toffvlhar wilball of tha «MB"
aoii kind. (onKtiii.ilv I.n hand.
i Uralaiful fir punt patronair*', lliu aeblilfiglB^oeMeet*
HA
JOIlS JOKUAN-
I* liopun to nii-rtl a oontiiiuaiu'a «f
Miiri-liuiit Tailor mid Clotklur, oa VnaukMMtet,opP°"i
•IU'thoMUiani Milla. "w_
Uuvmi|iorl (in. nd lH54-3wtri(V» II.
1'IIHtKiir fodr Joumeynn n Tailora Wauled—Te|
wliuni the bigbeat wajpn w ill lw rlirea.
i Apply to JOIIJI JORDAH,
M. rabMt Teller, Hroet«-
Davenport, Oct 5, IKVi
l»K Hound Blank Booliat Hay I
took a,
Lodirvra, Ko ordn. lloekcta, Tavertt/ne^lrte*,
!"-s V*W
al
A ma 7 he Claire BUvki
QrtN W HOLM WACO.
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