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Tk* DtmfNt Daily QaMtU
Will •"PP"'"1 regularly each morning (Sunday
i vl(
.j,,c,|) llie currier, »l tlx- rcsi'l^in' or place of
|l.uMtu^«« of subscribers in Davciiporl. Person.. wish
*10 bavr il will pl'-ase leave Miflr names ami re»i
null lit. carrier,ill this oBlce,orwltli Kll Adams
lii'the low# Kooms, wlio is our coiistlliile.l
I 'vjpcHt. ToVm as advertised. (tingle copies may be
l.iUiined os above.
fnrjiifrs
SANDKHFL 4T OAVIS, Pubs.
OaMtt*
0,'t-'*•
Th« Eiley Family
fhi* celebruted family of musical per*
five
conccrt ll,i3 cvt
e
nintf
njr out of our line of reading to poru»e this
Iwork, we gi*e a notice from one who hat-
Ltd bath time and inclination to read it.—
IJio nayn'Mho article* which make un thin
jume havw been selected with gr care,
lironi the writing* of some of the best au-
jtliort of the age. Most of them originally
i pea
red in the VniUtl Srrvia- Journal.—
[Among it« contributors are Bulwer, Dii'k
I'IIS,Thai'keray. and Capt. Hannay, author
ihi* lirilliant #ea noTol entitled 'Single*
n Fontenoy,' the bent English *ea tak*
,nre *Toin Cringle'* The principle
'article*oftlii* collection are from liia pen."
CITHER WOOD, an artiat of celebrity
and rit, wa« among the passcnge's lo«t
:i board iheHteninrr Arctic when fhe went
.h.vvn. He wan the companion of the fa­
fiich illustrate the work* of that uutlior.—
i! lati-r years he painted the panorama el
nuilem, Lima, etc.
We were misinformed witk regard to oar
1
.uncil being equally divided in the repre-
ntatiwB of our city's interests between the
-/per and lower^wards, as the latter nnm-
fix and the former but four member.*
niequently no nd van to
go was taken by
absence of members to pass the excep-
i inalile ordinance to whU'h reference was
i. aile in our last.
Gov. Slade is on his way west with twen
-five more achoolmnrms. Tin* makes in
e lover four hundred that have been nentout
HEAVY
1
1
Hcrhanj:'.
GOT. Hlade is a benefactor to the race—of
ung men who stand in need of wires,
i were he to forward ten times the num-
'!"f of schuolmarm* he has we presume they
ould soon all fin.' husbands, and, in course
time, children of their own to teach.
SALES.—Over
50,040 acres of
i .nd were nold at tho Dubuque Land Office,
-tween the morning of the 9th and noon
the 10th insts.
THE DAILY DAVKM-OHT (JAZETTE, IS the
tie of a new Daily, the first insue of which
'. n« made on Monday last We enngrattr
te mir ciiizens and the publishers, upon
''ip establishment of a Duily h,-re, and hope
iaf the former will Jo their duty to sustain
:i» faithfully as th" latter will make it in
renting nnk useful. There is need of but
Daily here and we cheerfully yield the
•nor r,nd profit which we anticipated
'"m t!ie snmn enterprise to our neighbors
Oouttr: We shall malk. no
rthor arrangements for puhlishitip a Daily
iiniiiicrcial at proseut.— Commercial.
Tli unk you neighbor, if wc can
not com
and success, like Cato, we will do more
—deserve it.
THE WEBB PROPERTY FOB SALE
'KMIK uti4i*r*iirtiol ofT l«r lli at.«v.
1 properdin loU -nil inir«h.i."«'r^. PtTioiii l(t
•*»rt»i*r lit'* '»est »r |»ri\ iU- no*
(or •alt* in Uii»cttY w *i «U woii lu \un»mc iotn
al
daire Hull. The R. I. Adc. speaking
„f tlieir performance' in that cily says:—
I Mi»» Mat tit' is a charming jruitari.fi, and a*
r. violinist we have never heard the equal of
Fannie, for one of ber yew»
SWFI.LLIRE AT SEA or Fun, Frifjntami
yalckinj. Stringer & Townsend, Publiub-
jeM, N
Such i* the title of a handsomely bound
,,]ume of 434) p««e« that we find on our lit
Ible to-day from the "Iowa Book Room*" of
|Kli Adunis. Not having the time and it be-
OOOK Ac MAKOKNT.
i l.umi Atfcut*.
Oct. io, iiu4-ir
1 SABS' OflOilTUttUX
Foit su.i:
8
8UII.DING I/Nh il.« Itl.iff, li 'low Kast Ihiron
|io t. iitoni one liiiM'lh il ,-i11.1 lift)' urds from Ult
ra or uml »illiin l"ii iiiiimrcs wiilk or lliu K.iiroti] Ii'
|,ol, r:oiiimiiiHliij|f bonutifiil virwsof Uotk Isluiifl an.'l
the IA. ('ill.'-and Uti- (jr^al Ml*sl»»iii|i llrl'l(re ami
Kuilwuv. Tmnvr nil irouhli', I will glvo tin- »i*e ami
price Hi-- l"ii.
Ku.Hisflriy by two hundred fo»t,prlc# $500
•I'venly by sain* 700
0 lifl l»y ^aino
Tlifw llirt-ii 1'iis »iro HM!«• l»v t«ffPtlicr alloi'lii:
majrnifli .-ill IxiiMuiK »U.' of 170 tij 2110 l.-et, wliloh (il
not ».ili| i.. rut' bi'fori1 ap|.1 U-atln l« in ite for the
li .|.' ill I,,' il«'l to^ Hi -i" for $r.nn. Tliey an-cov
frt»d with llni* Yolinp ATn ol tlirilty j^rowtl
aiul choir.- Varic|i-». Ko •-inimlran tx' touii'l in
lown urroiintry There a tasteful rosiilincc wlllshnn to
lii'tter ailvantiisri'.
I,.its t, 'J. 4 uml .1 nre eni-li .V» fort J70 nnl in
rear ut tin' nliov'i' intj iinii'ir. uml oniinanil fine view*
fifth* river ai'l K.'ist Daveniiort iriei» #3il« oncli:—
7r«» CV«* A|.ply to W. It. IIIMIUKTH. ut hi
r'«i.|i in e :ulj'iiiiiii]{ Ui«' aliovo il 'SCrili. il |ir(ijn*riN. nrni
Kail llavi nport. Oct 7
FOB SALE,
120
Aer*« offlnc ipr.n. 'l |.r:ilrii- ilia*sxcollent
8avenport.
«x
nenrtlie Dilbnuuc romt: i'rin *!.» prr acre—ra«li.
Ort 7 W. II. Itll,Dili, f'II. Bast I)a»enjjort.
LAND FOB SALE."
ACKK.S of Unnl a Ij. i i n i i o k & S a i e i i a i t
I li ih o'i K iiirth street, will htf sold OH n-annnnlilr
term* it apiilicntioii In- ma.le soon, otherwise will lr
offered at |mlitir sale. B. «. GI.ASPKIX.
l) vi n|.ort. Ol Till. tf.M-trw-3»'t
Rare Chance for Speculation.
I "in Acres Timber laml for nln li mili*» from town
I yu||
v
j,.„. oiUn- river. Terms I S In lianH. 1-S
II 4 miuiml |miiit-nio with li |K'ru nl iutrruiii. Tluslt
part of Hose ItiU K«rw.
CK 7
I MCKQLUS.
A|t|«lv In
GKO
Faiiry DITSS Silks.
JI'ST BI:t rivi:»«» Kon CTIOX,"
Oi|l| VAI.'l'S ril II -fvl.» r.— t-iik* only jOctsper
vnrt. Thi*.* irooil. nre the hutidsuroect ami
le-stfur'th price ofany FANCY HII.K8 we have oftr
iffere«l for sale.
ALSO
5 Lot* of extra rich stripes at 75 cts.
8 wide high Laste Rich Plaids.
6 Rich Broc:nle new styles black.
•I new t!e«igns solid square
The above with a gre*t Variety other
Silki may be found at
SMITH'S VAIvIKTY STORE.
Cor. S. eond &. Bradv Sts.
Aeoosdeons ond Flutinas.
CiT r*f«''*iirf«n«v fit.in Now Y»rk
A
mous traveller, Juhn L. Stephens, in Ctn*
uil America, Egypt and the Holy Land
.: (1 drew the sketches of acencs and ruins
nn«l sjilimli'! ii.
large
«t Flutinn.
ITercd in this
which will I"" si 'i
ourfv*. I.i) l?Of-Kt.. at'Xo l.e H." ire
Ower A Horllut's Writing Paper.
n
rases Irf'lter. Italli. Post, nnd •mnercial
Note Pnper.Jnst r.'.-eiv .1 rei from ihs maaufaC'
Hirers and furssle ai VV l.o i-:,lc or lletail at
The Paper Ware BOOB,
net 10 No 7 I.*• Claire Block.
Laflin A Brothers Papers.
Cases Cup. Letter and Note Papers, mostly flrsl
4 direct from Ihcabo
al Mw
O.t 10
if
I e rated in ak rtr»nr aale
.per Warn ffsntn
Nu 7 Le Claire Block
GASIONS
SKW rillli: t\ CtLI.LBY,
On Brady St. between Second and Third Sts
over Mr Jacoby's New Dmg Sore
^|S|I K subscrib il.es pleasure in anii.inin in« to the
1 citi/en of Ih.vciiport ai:d si.rroiimliutr eountn
that lie it now pr.'t«reil execute ll:itrucrre. pe li 1
n.-sse- lu the hiiriie«t state of pertcction to wliith the
art has been ODHBlit K» picture allowed tu tlu
rooms u 11 less entire satUfactlon Is given.
"mmonicrnlth that John I». Rocker, Clerk
Wotidforil Circuit Court, hats lieon detect-j ordcritithe best manner, with promptness, at aceoni
I ill the for illusion of for'crii'S to tllP a-| niodatniir prices, and In rom I'ctont work 'Uim* lhi|
11-1 1_ a I
1
H{j, ond mild them, giving the genuiiie
ff1'
to th* owners. Rtirker's on nections
"p very rc»pi»ctahlc, and he wa« nut known
hav? any bud habits likely to load him to
rimo.
The lain that Caused Insanity,
Riljowlng, which we understand is a translation
".in "orl'iincse hasadoep iu«aing,aiul nrofituur
llosophy. Read it!
1
°"'f S'aj'' morning fell a show or—
All whnm 11 wetted turned ins.|«e
One man .Hone, in lucky hour
(As 1
hen h,, thuii^iit.) avapiiii the rata.,
clianiei! ami.l tin. pr,lining wbcSt
lie stoed, til I' fair ileitis ga/.li.g over
fc ''lack clouds above him ineet-^*
nan btst, tuid got him undiir eo*ar.
Next ilaj t!lc n:ad:iiau scorned thi^ wise,
,. n "tr'n'lc hiin flllips un tl,e .os»
.. "lie 1K.U.I his lingers .t li.seves-
Oitagave hitn kirks, unother biOWi—
Isii^'hiiigi lied, "That diot aee!"'
«nr martyr, now compl-tely l|i|t«d,
"110 peace remains to mo,
ill 1, too, like tho rest aiu watted,"
fi,K? ""l,l*l'} the rain, he found—
Bathed, ami was cured of common souse
'he delghb rs ran Hew. rus'icd aroiiod,
to grt*,-t |,ii,i iih due drleri nee—
"»IIIO bon ing low, some flattering loud
n«:tli'gits Willi kindness lialldlillf,
'"'inarched oflTwIth the joyous crowd
«ow uiatchedw iih them in iinderatundiii^t
Lo°j OCT.—We were sltown by Mr.
itman, Teller of the Michigan Stuti* IVtnk
new and dun^erous fraud perpclnttfil
•y| cuttting a pjnuiu.' IglOUliio State Hank,
'ill two pieces and pasting each half to
ie eppoejt* halves of two counterfeit*.—
/kit
J. C. GASTON.
Prvenport 0 t. tetli IKM triwlf.
LADIES' CLOTH.
JUST
opened a go .1 .,s..ort m.-nt ..f Cloths designed
express's for /.«/•' CW' Tal»o. Tl«ese
goinl. .'«/WsJbii«'/6ii im the l.itt, can be had In
rh»U'« till r« .,t
SMITH S VARIETY ST0BE.
Corner of 3d and Brady sts, Davenport.
REMOVAL
THE
BOSTON K111 i I' siuCK 1« now openml In
the **w t'm* ii.-vt "»r to tho tornerof Brad
and Second streW". ThH room was fitted up rrprrtt
far gar *»', htiving all (he I'ollVenielie.'S which
sjiuu'd bei.tiig to a Xo. I Si «k KTOIIK. M»rt imfr
t**t th in all other things we li .ve now cunipleied our
stork of
BOOTS, 6H0ES AND GAITERS,
for L»mt. Oevis. M1--0. Bo\» a:.d Ctiti.saas.
that wc s
1\ ivithoitt heMtatii.!, that wc have th r-Urfnt
and mutt rvmplrtr ini.rtnicnt fir sale III this s-hiDily.
Hr '4KM0Kii Tiir Pi K. Sd nirsfr mi the Post Ottiee.
One l»rlce» Iteailj Frty.
K. DAW.SOX & CO.
ltaTcn|ort. -t "l.
Fall & Winter Clothing
/v JOHN 70FH3A.Kr*S
I |\V s I.' 11 i 11 V(i Si 11 liK.
VHois'
t.xm.r M.-i -I .» -f" vi«'n'* iiHtl
Head) 111:«tie Totlli»ltf. emnrne
ing all the different .in.t aph.'oved styles, and made by
goo.1 workmen out of the b"*t 1n.1t rial.
Fine, uiedium and common, L'nion, 11-aver. Felt.
v irion-. n!or and I|ua Hies. Cloth, Cassimere. Sati
net. Vehet and Tweed Pantaloons. Silk. Satin, Va
li'ntia.Swaiisdowii, Velvet, Plush. Cloth, Cassiniere.
Satinet, Double and Single breasted Vests. Monkei
Jacket-. Drawers, udershirts. Hosiery. Suspenders,
i Gloves. Cr-iv its. Handkerchiefs. Shirt-t 'oll.-irs. Stock s,
I Ties, Setrls. Winchester and Ss-ctfs approved Patent
I Should s am Shirts. I'mhrelhts :uid"nll articlesnsiial
i|v
jn
"c learn t'roin tho Frankfort (Ky.) Hobes do Chauibr.' and Rev.-re Vests and Oxcrcoals.
,jP|,||,.'nail's fiiriiisliing stores, liicluding
nstatili-hm 'tit is III the monthly receipt ot the latest
mint Of itli'illt .$4000. and that he had fled.| Cushions SO that order, intrusted to tlieni may bo re
He was nctillir as airent of t'.VO aunts of his! lied upim as being in the latest style hv tliose who de
ii i»,« L- i- it lisireit. All manner of plain work.nml work of a gen
the hiring out (it nrjrrot'S. Hi' forp^d promptly I.ttendud to»s heretofore.
'pirn of (hi- nntephe receivod for nojrojhi- ~''h
HATS of a hew style together with .ill of the com
limn kinds constantly on hand.
Grateful rpast putronage, the subseribereoHBdout
Iv hones to merit a continuance of the same.
Merchant Tailor and Clothier, uu Front stroet, oppo
s i e e S e a i s
Davenport Oct. 3d lK4-3wtrl
GOl.li
PKXS--A large and mporio'l nit recel*
ed from thH Mamif.ic"ir-*ri
NEW GOODS,
u s e e i v a
A
i
Supply of Uruj:--..i.J Ur. 11
ies.eoiulaUng In part
of p'*rrv n.vis" Pall. Killer, A\ers
Opposite the Post OflSoe.
Oct 1H54
Timber for Sale.
{'UK sttlwrib'Twlll soil all the timber on 146 aercs.
which Is »nr* heavy on reasonable torina by ap
plication for it in u lew dav«. 1 Iiis timber is onljr I,
111 I s tiel iw town, 011 ihuidd MGrcgor farm.
Oct. Kith. 'F*
DAVENPORT INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Lito! Fire!! and Marine Insurance!!!
Hartford Life Insurance Co.—Capital $300,000
of It:trtI*»r*1. ('"im,
Knickerbocker Fire lnsuiai.,c l'o. i\.p,l.'il #150,00(1
of New Vork.
American Mutual Tntmrnnce Co.—Capit I $300,000
of New Vork.
National Protoetkon Insurance Co.—t.n|it.'il #'«(i,0Wi
of New Vor'i
The r.l.ove Conipaitii's are HSONIM EOMM, with
Cash Capitals paiitn ami in *»lccncii aborr sutpin
lusurauce can be effected in the above Coiiipanie
the 111 1st reasonable rates. The motto ..f the»o Coiu
punic* ts
YI .VJ. 1 r»mt»trr,at
McOREOOB, LAW** 1LAKEM0BB,
Backers, Exefcangs, Bote ABaalEsUte Broken,
N*« II !*.' Cluire ItoHi
Davenport, Iowa.
TT7,SOTM AND Bil.T* collected and |»roceeds remit
lo.l lA any part of the United Stalesul current rutosot
Kxchuntrt- _...
V| pTIic* hitrhi st current rates punt for Bill' of i*
kumgr, (iol'l and Sifrrr.
l)rafi» km all the principal cities of th*
I'niltid Stiil i and Europe, for sale at lowed rates.
TrVlx ri iii-f i Ai.i.ovvED on Deposits, on time or to be
'hurkud for ut i| bt.
TT^-'LAKD W
4RBA
NTH constantly on
hand and fornM
ut Inwvst rates.
INPLLKAL K»tate bonglit and »old on commission
mPT.*™ paid for non-re«ldeiit and others
T7r"l'n i.Ksinvestisatcd ale! Abstracts furnished
Tr~P"BoxDs and Mortgagee bought uml sold and loans
ffgotiuted.
RKFKi: TO-
JOHX THOMPSON. K-i. Banker, X. Y.
MEHSRS. P.\GK Ar BACOX. Bankers, KT Louis. Mo.
S. II. MANX. Cn-li. K'i«-k Island Bnnk. R. I.. Ills.'
ALEX. W. OREGOR,
IRTICt'I.AK attention ifiven to tbc bnyiuir and
1 selling Be I Kstate on tuiumission, Paying ofTax
?!•, if1*'
ilavii ir complete Abstrai t" of titles to all lands in
his county mid city, we are fully prepared to examine
Titles and furnish correct abstracts draw Deeds. Mori
'.ipes and all other instrnineiits of wrltitip a id take iic
knowlcdenieiil'* at the shortest notice and on the most
reasonable terms.
M'UltKUUR, LAWKS 4 BLAK.KMOKK.
I MPIfOVKD FARMS POR SALK.—A numlier oflm
1 proved farms for sale on Tery fttroraMe terms.
Xpiih to. (June «.». 1P53.]
A1UKKGUK, LAWKS A BL.tKEMOIiK.
l/'ALUAHl.K FARM FOR SAI.K.— We have for sate
a most lesir:.ble farm, flvo miles from l)avcn|ort
on the Iowa fity road, of eighty acres,
hiKbl} improved
Willi a jrood frame dwelliii^, kitchen, cellar, Ac., barii
lid sh 'dv—a well of excellent writer. Ac.
Tilt* above property Is most W'-autifulK and farorn
1\ viiuated. and will be sold W. :i bargain.
M'OKKGOH, l,.UVI.Si UI.AKE.MORK.
INSUBANCE.
FJRK MARIXK axd LIKK RISKS taken at this
Agency 11 responsible Coiopsniea and on Uie moat
it»niible tevtns.
Merchant" and Shippers will be allowed a return pre
11 In in of l!5 cent.
.M. (.KKC.on, I.AWrs .V Ht.AKF.MOnF.,
No l.K n, K.i
METROPOLITAN FIRE A MARINE INSU
RANCE C0MPAXY,
Boston, Mast.
CtUBTEREB CiPlTAl. #380,00(1
Caan Ciritu eiiD 11* $i00,t!0tl
A siLiaLE tanrra Arruciii.iT« OITITIMUVS IISKS
94^.081
E \V. TRATKR Secy. I.I'TIIER MONSOX Pre-t.
This Company organized tinder the stringent laws of
Massachusetts, has established an Agency at Daven
port. nrni wil is-11 pol.ci.'s n^i.ii.si Fire or .Marine
loss, on as fHTor.'ihle t"rms as any other r.*spon»il.le in
stitution of the kind—Nodnidends wil IM.* paid
stockholders till the Capital reaches half a million In
th.'acciini Illation or profits. I.ossespromptly asljuated
and paid nl this Agency.
References,
Messrs. Thavcr, Rm.kers. Bo«lon. Messrs. Donn. King
Co., St. I Miis. .1. M. Ilecbe .Mnrgan A' Co, lloston.
Rhodes Pegram A t.'o., St. Louis. Ulanchnrd Converse
& Co., lioston. .lolin Caveieler, Ks,|., St. I^nis,
ssrs. .1. P. Chapin Co., Chicago,
Rnmsev, B,o. & Co.
J. II. Ouiiliam 4i Co.
E. I.Tiiikham. KsM.Cashier Marine Bnnk
AiiiiU at the Uankiug House of Mi lirvtror. I^iwes, &
Blakvinore. A. \V. McGRKGoK,Agent
Sept -1- |S54.
NEW Y0BK LIFE INSUBANCE COMPANY
Office 106 Broadway, H. Y.
AGESCY No. l.Jb CLA1KK BLOCK, DA VI'.NPORT.
C*IIT*t. JStH(KI,ti4HI.
I'utf KK*^MIIN ActUMJ MORRIS FK»*KI.IS Pre«t
A. W. McURKG JR, Agent.
r-. pt. SJl,J.-jl.
WANTED,
I"1MK
mid Slt.IlT Itll.'. on the East and South, lor
wbit^ the Uirhest cnrrei rat a wilt l^epaiitby
Augic t«ioR. LAWKS* KI AKKMORK.
DAVENP0BT MUSIC ST0BE.
^HAN HALL N HlCitilXS ha\ e just op.med a large
Lj1 aMirlin^nt of Guitars* V'ioJih!** liiinjoc*, liiiu'w
rincs. 4'c, A-e. Alsofrerj' kind of .Music Books 1.0a
in use which tbej will aell very cheap torl'asli at No
Le Claire Row. Oct 3d, IfM
Yankee Notions and Toys.
.* LA RG E assort in ei juslopeuiagand for ftiteatlhe
liaV^uport
Ko» U* Ctairo Raw. CRANDALL fc HlGGlXt
ftaitars.
\ar*
Ijirgc and very finesssortmcnt of Resuwood Guit
at vart'-us prices ranging from to tit':
Also Violin* from seventy-live cents to twentj-tlvc
dol
lars at No Claire Row. & It
Accordeons and Flutinas.
Aat
l^iy.- and well selected assortment, just received
prices tint cannot fail to give entire aatl-faetlon
at Xod Le Claire Row 1: i[ 11
i \I.ARIONKTTS, Flutos, FlageoleUi, l*k^lows and
V Fifes at reduced prices at
Noil Lo Cluire Row. C&H
Sheet Mntic.
V X-argc collection on hand a ii 11 New _Music recei*c(!
aatoou aa published at ..
XoHLe Claire Row. fc
•'plIK ticst Piano Forte inatructor in tm« world. Rich
1 nrilson's inodorn hool for Piuuo Fortes can be
ftHindot NoIs 1^'Claire Kow: A
Feather Dusters.
Very 8nc assortment can be fouml at Uie Daven
port Muate Store
No Lo Clairn Wow: C4* n
Canes.
A
Varied assortment Just received and tor sale low
lit Xo 9 l.e Claire Row: 4
nCXTOX'SMelodeon
Zundels Instructor ai.d in fad evorj
kind ol instrtietion relating to music can be found at
the Davenport Music Store
No 8 Le Cmire How: A &•
Tlcollection
rST
JOHN JORDAN.
'"I'UIKKKor four Journeymen Tailors Wanted—To
J. whom tho highest wants will bo given.
Apply lo JOHN JORDAN.
oa^d
Merchant Tailor, Front St.
Davenport. Oct 5, 1P54
Cliorr-
Peeto-
nl, U iliiiue. I ard oil. White Lead, Powder,
Glass. Silt. Supirs. Ac.
Alio ti lot of Green Apples
For sale br ATA'OK & V A S PA I TEX.
ALF Bound Blank Books Day Ho„«s, Journals.
Ledgers, Records, Dockets. Tavern ltegtstor,&c.
Just opened U
II
Xo 7 Le Claire Block
W II ||01.MG»4lL 9.
HATS
GENTS FALL STYLE
MOLESKIN 4- CASSIMERE:
«assortment
A article. Just rotfwrf fxprea*. Al
*o Wirt* AwaktfMi, Know-Notluny*, und
of Black and Drab Wnft Hats, both
Fur and Wool.
CAPS,
Men's Bov'f and Otaildren't of every variety:
liUMSIIIIVIi 4i«K»lS|
Gent" 'ravats. Storks, Shirts and Druw'ort, Glove*.
Suspetl 1 -r». I!» '. A-e.
Umtrelhia, Canes, Carpet Ban.
Call and see. A"» trouble to show gootla.
GKKKN A- LKAVEXWOR II,
Sept23 NEXT noon TOIIIE'OH '.'II AI RRXUV Srs.
Ill Acres iM'auiilul land I a priiati- residente for
«ile, half cash, haiflnlS muiitlm, clioap and only
li miles from the rivor.
Applvto GKO NICKOLI.S.
Lstanti.nlMi
ARGE size Ledgers, Journals, &c, bound in sitb.
st\lo,andmade of heavy papor: for sale al
(ept 30. Xo 7 U Claire Block.
GKOROE L. NICKOLLH,
RKAI.
KSI'ATE l^tAI.Li:, .Went ami .'Auction
i*rr- DAV^M'ORT. Inn *—WtlJ A general
I'oiuiiiiMiofi biiKincM In City LoU—
I hnvo for uud |pr Li'iiMe on Jng
le^irable bii^inosw 1i» Uiu City ol
\Uo iiiui\ Mrrcs of laml w**11 Hficcte*! uml
foc:iicil in lhe countU*n of Si CI iiiloiu Miw
i-atiht V«! ir. Johnson, loU a. Powesliirk. MarAliall aul
Harmi FrV jiii1 turn)ft liberal (o settlers.
Office Mo 5 La Claire Buildings
C. EADS,
KoU'/ Public,
Omt'E. KA IIS K MCKOLM3.
CITY LOTS A BESIDES
I^Oi:
Attoraej at Law and Hotary Public,
Xo 0 l.K CIA IKE KOW.
BEAL ESTATE.
CKKCROR, 1.AWES & BLAKEMOKE
rk n/in At KKS of choicp land forsale on liberal
11" ternii in lots to suit in Rcott, Clinton and
Cudarcoiintios applvto
M. GRRKCOK, LAWKS fc BLAKEMORK.
MTV I'KOPK.KTY KOK SAI.K—A number of house*
lots ami vacant lot" pleasantly situated in different
aruof tie- ity, to suit purehvs-rs, for sale on favora
letirnif. Applvto
CIS.
For Sale and Lease.
IOTBlock
on Foilrth Street corner of I,c Claire. Lot Ko
.'|(I 130. Lots 4 & Block OS corner
of FrontfcBeck Island streets. For Leaae
on Tears
Unit*.
City Lot on 3d Street
SALE lot Xo. 3 Block liO betw -eii Perry and
Rock Isbind sts, 04 150, w itll roud Brick dwell
irj and out buildings n *erv de-irabli re-idenr".
Also E Lot No. 8 block 18. oil 3d st near the* corner
of Western Avenue, with good frame dwelling and
stable. Price $1400 nsh. tjr
CEO XICKOLLfi.
Dtrellinuhouse and lot in b'ock 3S, Xorlh ol'Court
(louse:
2 I^t« In block 71:
S lot on 3d st.
Corner of Kurnam
Seeond Street.
OI Xo3 Block r0 150 deep, n.-twer-n Perry aid
Rock Island n illi good brick dwelling and ell
'OOIIIS. brick 111e.1t house, welt and cistern, a most de
sinible fiimih residence. Terms r.-ry liberal.
Lot No 3 in'Block 65 Side or'Jnd St betwesnRock
Island and low* sts. Has Inrp-* double House or pari
-tone and pnrtof Hriek. with Fratneall. Ilouserents
at ?30 per ir.onth. Will sell very cheaply.
Third Street.
rOTSXo.3
4 & i in block ".2 Front on 3rd St. Cor-
ner on Kamam very near the Depot and lay band
somelv. Also Lot Xo 3 Block 05 on 3d St. near to
Rock islamist, with good new double frame dwelling
convenient for two small families. Also Let Xo. U in
Block If III 15»t with rood frame dwelling, tdiiblJ.
Fruit trees Ac. Price $1400.
Fourth Street.
LOTS67
ts oil 4th St Corner of Farnam Front
Railroad Depot and onlvSOO rt. distant, very 10
sirable also E i Lot Xo 3 Block 36 b.tw eeu ferry and
Hock Mauri.
For Private residence iincqn&llcd.
For Sale h\
GEO J5ICKOLL8.
CITY LOTS FOR SALE.
5th Street.
LOT
Xo. 5, block Comer Hra.lv M.d Stli Sts
#, Id ick 55, Corner Perry and 5th
10, block 5i. Corner Perry and 5th
3, block K between Harrison and Ripley
—«TH STRKKT—
1 and i. block Corner Kcutl anil 6th
—7 th Street
LOTP
Uloek 34. Corner Scoll and Tth Ktss
34 Corner Ttli Sts
"4 1 Corner Western Avenue and Ui «t«
in Forrest Dil on's addition
101 ft 170 deep. Corner Perry and 7th Sts
Lot (I blmic 51, Corner Rock Island and 7th
0 and 7 block 7(1 Corwer Le Claire and 7th
1 block S3 Lor Rock Island st and *111:
Aug 24 By GEO J. NICKOLL8.
Very desirable Lot and Dwelling for Sale,
BKINf
Lot Xo. 7, Block 55, on Perry Street, near
5lll St.
New double Frame dwelling with 8 roouut Cellar
Kitchen—Well ai*U CUtcrn.
*»v fjKO 1, XICKOI.LS.
B6antifal Building Lota
rOTi
Xo. 3. 4 and 3 in block St) comer of "th and
Farnain sts. 111 l.e Claire's "itb addilion. Also
lots No. 'J 10. block '0. and lots!) and 7 Idrw-k '0 corner
if 7th ami Le Claire fts. All hill lols Willi very pic
(uresque views. oiiiiimmiing sight of cily, river, Rock
Island Citv and tiie Islands.
Scott County Farms for Bala.
A Splendid Farm of 3G0 acres for sale*—fronting
on the Mi*i»*ippi river—'7 miles above Davenport:—
For particulars apply to t. KO MCKOLLS.
A I.SO. a be nitiful little farm of 110 acres, miles from
the Court House, nu road to .Muscatine—well improv
ed: Orchard &c: call early.
ALSO, a good farm of A"3 acres near Bine Grass:
dwelling, out-buildings orchard, Ac well watered,
very desirable. itO X1CKOLLS.
05 ACK1-.S—40 acres improved, cer.t.ining 3 liuild
ings sites adjoining the west side of Davenport, ami
commanding u beautiful view ofthe river—Tow 119 and
surrounding conntry.
0 Quarter sections of line Land near thrrfc»WB»f Wat
cot I—:wi iirre* a miles norlh of Wjlc ut.
4.0011 Acres of Laud 111 edar county
J,gi (i in Miiseatlne county
ItiOO do In Iowa do
34100 do do in Poweshiek do
For particular* and consultation of Map*, call on
Aug 8 GKO 1. S IL kOLLS.
SUPERIOR FARM
OF
400 acr sfor s:ile. sitnat on or near Ihe Du
buque riKid. l.i miles from i!\ 01 I'avenport, 10
mil«» from the Mississippi river at a i.'iod landing.
300 seres under good fence—liW acres in hiirli culli
VHtion: Fine meadows and grass: Farm well watered
bv creek, mid springs unfailing: trood Orchard of lifty
varieties of apples, peaches, apricots. Ac: good frame
dwelling villi HI rooms Also good new barn and
targe—Price an» term* liberal.
„cpt 5 OKO XICKOLLS.
Another Farm
IX
same neighborhood—320 acre- w ell implored—
timber, water,stoue, &c: Price 111 peraere.
»C1,I5 (.EO i. XICKOLLS.
Still another 8tock Fara.
Ss» ACRES of Iti. Waubeslpinecon Bottom
ase iii hiirli cultivation
30 of River tiuil*e::
Good dwelling Wilh 7 Rooms good new Barn C5nX%
ft stable, graiuries, crilw, Ac. Stoek yards of all kinds.
Wells, springs and river wi.t:r unfailing—Range for
rattle and hogs indefinite extent. Terms liber I.
sept Hy (,l:0 NHTK' /I.LS.
VNOTIIFR011
Farm 190 acres and good Taver 1 Stand,
situated the stage road from ti.is city to Mus
catine, half way. Dwelling Iti ,\ 37 ft. Burs to hold 9$
Horses.S goo-1 Wells and living spring*.
Great Bargain.
h)"
ti\ Acres unimprored land for fide three miles
from town, near a good rond. on rra*on»ble
terms. Apply to fjtO XICKOLLS.
August 13
si hool for Piano Forte, Curtis' Guitar.
Greatest Attraction Ye*.
A
The Halleluj^i,
published by I.. Mason, catrtaining a Tery Bnc
of Choreh Miisic Also the Shawin by w
Urttdhiirv and K Hoot, call bo found at No Le
Claire Row":
s I'lTAR and Violin strings mid every kind of Musi
1 I en I Merchandise, kept eonslan'ly on hand at No 8
la* Claire Row. A
FARM ot 280 acres 4 mile* below Uie city—I)
ear,
the Mfoftifeaippi river:
Ha* ]40 hero* of I st rivr an1
hoav«lv woodel: I*s»rpe now fruitte dwelunji 32\40 ft.
with l-a««'i»HMit w»rth ?-l.(i( 0: I.arirc nnml'i-r of fruit
Tret»*. Good tMit-buildinpji—un«l K:irjn wwll wa'ortMl.
10 Appl) to GKO MC KULL^t Agt*
Superior Farm of 330 acres,
IYINGrivor.
Ol from tUo Tnwii nf Princeton on tlio Missls
si|li in Stv 32 rnul —'I* (•. K5 E—Gortd
in»l»roviMnonts itli or- linn"* of £00 fruit tree*—Al$o 160
acres atljoiniii}* in Soo 33, Hd. 5 K.
Magnum Bonum Farms.
For sale by Eads & Niekolls Agta.
1
1A AC HEP Ij
ing near the Misstssippitlver, 3 miles
IU East of liavenport.
65 acrcsunder fence ami in high state Cultivation,
with lar:re stone House worth v.VOi'. Ill 1 iiand«ome
view i*f the river and Molino and lou k 1 aland, and
the surrounding couutrv. #1.0 per acre.
bv GKO XICKOLLS.
nn Acr"» of Land on Duck Creek 1{ Miles from
fjll Mississippi river, with large amount of young
timber, W i X. W. qr. Sec. lfr-T. 7f—H. 4 K.
(V- Acres in Sf 7 T"H V- 4 E. very good duelling and
u bi'it'Hr.gs, firtn in high state of cultivotion
4(K: fruit Trees of mpny varieties. Price $lt0 por
acre. ___
77V Acres of K i of w Sec .It 7" 3 E. Part of
the idow Noot Far pi, Mid near Harrison Street.
T^rms %1UU per acru. apply to
Still another Farm.
Nand
RqrlMl 77 3 Fat 160 acres well ImprOTed
large aniouut of Timber and Wood, lies 4
miles in S W direction froia the city of Datreaport.
Price S3*1 peraere.
Small Farm for Sale
„f K F. qr «ec 7 77 3 E P0 tti good Aram*
Dwelling, with out bmldligs. lnrge orchard of
Fruit trees.
iipples._peiichi.'s, pear*, &c., of excellent
n
wtM»» »ua*wit Tlwt»r
690 KICX(n.Lji.
JIANKINO HOU&E
OF
SIACKLOT & CORBIN.
Collections tnadeand proceeds promptly remitted fit
current ruti. ol Kxchangu. Hills Exchange on all
the principal citiesoftlie IJnit"d States bought and sold,
Sight drafts in sums of X'! and upuurd. on Kiiglaud.
Hcotland and Ireland for sale.
RKFf.ll TO—
Messrs. I'. CnoriA''jt. v (Jet..
Jon* Thowmios. Ks'j.. Banker, V Jlew STtirlt.
CsstliKB AMr.ni' in Kwmsdt Bx*K,V
Messis. TKSSO* ft DASJK*. Uankera.1
Loexs 61 StMoKUs. #», LouU.
L. A. & Co..
u
Cashier Atlantic Bnnk.Boston, Mas,.. M«f«re.Thomp
son Ac Oudesluys, Baltimore, K. K. Swift, Esq., Banker,
Chicago, 111.
SIGHT
and time bill, on St. Lonis bought bv
Jntie 17. .MACKLOT St COBlilX.
A N W A K A S —100. Ml,find in acre Land War
X-/rants, for snln by MACKLOT 4" C'OBBIS.
May S7th, Ml
IT'XCIIAXGK on die Easfnnd So'tth In immsto suit.
i for sale by MACKLOT fc COKBI5.
^XGBT and tijnu bills on tlie Ka-t bought bv
Junv 17. MACKLOT CORBW.
Money Hemitted to Enrope.
SlfillT
drafts on Dublin and Liverpool in *umi of
I and upwards for sale
bv UlRLOT A£ CORBIX.
•March 30, V»l
UKCORNKXT
Monev bought bv
June 17. MACKLOT 4* CORB15.
WMTAXEB & OBAVT,
Attorneys at Law and Land Agent*.
Oi 11't in Commercial Buildings, corner Bradjrand
2d street".
l'.ivenport, hin"«2.
For Sale
(Jf Acres F. 1). 78, It 4, (Ei
40 acres N 24. 0, It 3F
Oct 14^ By_ WIIITAKKR GHAXT.
J"
SoK sa e N W i of S W fs3'."?t,'l:
Oct 14 by WIIITAKKR AC.IIAXT.
A
FARM ill Blue (rrass, oil the .Mustatiue Dead 6
miles froin Town
tiHI acres under fence. W0 nndercnllivationj
40 acres timber watered by running «treattt»
For sileadvaaLigcous Applvto
Oet 14 WHITAKER dr GRAXT.
For Sale,
E E i IP, TP, n 3
E good house and bam and all
Od 14 WHITAKER k GRAKT.
For 8ale,
q.n Acres 11 milos from JunUon Dc
ww
»«4 North of doj
00** near WY.'cott
1 Depot
ct 14 by WHITAKER & GRAKT.
FOB SALE.
A
LOT 90 feet liy 130 in out lot 32. D.-renporU
W 5 lot g,block «u. with a ml dwetttiig:
Ijot 0, 3v w ith 11 house renting for
per month:
too »er-s 1? 3 T79. It I. F. with a mill
HO acres f.ee 'O.T
70, 4.0 miles Xerth of Davenport:
Id ncr-. N W Sec 24, T70. 3. near the last abore.
sept 10, IK4 WHITAKER Ac GRAXT.
PBO BONO PUBLICO!
HAVING
inmha«^.l t!» ci.tirc interest of J««. H.
fnmoiit 111 tlio S|iTin. i'ofijtcranrf Shrrt-frnn
I'irjjM*rl\ i-arri. 1 or by tin* Hrui of DUMOXT
Ac
JUO« li.\*N 1 \Vmj!U rosjc-i U'uih uniwuiu'O to lit
fri-IMU, j.:itrH».t in«i the jtfiMir «r*M»craUj. that I ."hall
«'oiitinur flu* «ainr- ut lh«» same "taut]. (Brady
St..
*n*t hrftrs.'n **d and Hrf.) aiul invite all necrt*
itiir artirle** in t«t line to give me a I'ttll.
JVr*u« tt nu.' with thfir onler* may
fKtrifi*rrh**fr wurU prvmpftf* *uh!*ta*tiatly
n«il in a ^orktuanhk^ iunkii^r. f»r I am let4*rmiitr*t to
urn* my utmost to all. ill y
titu nt»«t prire.
At ifr*»at 1 have sooitrel the norvircrt nf Mr
J»«. H. Diiinont.
VIM WI'L per*onall attoml to all COP
rr.n atnl HM'NBIN« work ns heretofore*
N. B. All work warranted.
H. C. RIOHOAK.
PitY^fij»art. Iowa. &'i»t^tli, T^54-trw-tf
UU EAT BARGAIN'S!
HEW Y0BK CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT
Wholesale and Betail.
\Tfi have jus»t r«M*-i\ .M| the lanr«».«t ami beat a«-
Mirtmci.t of FALL AM) WINTKK CLOTH
ING. tliat ovt*r wa." l-r-niv-jt \lt u,is we^i*rn country.
*on«istiuir in part ot' tho fullowinp articles:
Anicricitii. Kn^liKh. Froiu li n:i! German Broadcloth
Coals. »t •luterrki( ati«l
(h-enojts Doawr, lilaiikct, KeUrsham, PilotCJotb
l'nion Cloth. Skin. foh:iir.
)k»«Me Coats of the MIIH- material*.
Fall C«»aH of Satinet^. Twttcri, Cuss»im^r«9 Doe
S4iiir Ca#lnii,-'rettc nj]»l ^ar»«. ot cr*»rv stvlo.
FURNISHING (iOODS
Con«'.slirg of n fine a"-'ortiiieiit of Silk Cravats.
Stock". Neck Handkerchief*. Foufcct Handkerchiefs.
Drawers. rndcrshirU. llat«. C'a|i«. llnck»kiii Gloves.
Iinlia rutiber -n:its aiul (aiils. Trunks Valic^s and
Carfx't bags. Fine White aiul Fancy bosom Siiirta,
Sliirl Cullars. .tl." i lin.-I..t-it
BOYS' CLOTHIN0
and piece gomls. 1'er-urs will tftnl it to their Inter
est to give in a call before I'urihasjng elsewhere.
St"re on Front Street, opposite Ferry Landing,in
Dr. Hall's U S' building.
HKKLIZHKIMKK 4 FUSISCHMAX.
Davenport. Sept. Jtlth. ^54.
FALL AND WINTEB 600DS!
W O O W A & A I S
A re row I'l'. liing i.t tle'ir
Now Store Room,
On Brady Street, 2 door* above the Post Office
VKIiV large M»ck ..f ,e.*i-..ut,I.U .«.,|».
French and English Merinos, all
De Lains. Plain and Plaid SUks,
Black Silks. Pop'.ins.
Plaid Merinos, Ladies Cloth for XanttUas,
Saek Flannels. Ginghams,
Prints. Broclie, Bay State and
other kinds,
Long and Square SHAWLS
Embroideries,
Collars,
UnderslMvet,
tte,
idgings and In&artinga,
Black Silk Lace.
Dress Tri'i'mings,
Lace,
Dotted and Mourning Veils,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Beanets. Ribbons,
Marseille Quilts, tt.
A very large lot of Hosiery,
VW Yarn of all colors,
Cloths. CAssimeres, Satinetts, Jc-r.ns,
Flannels. Cotton Flannels, Brown r.nd blea'd
Muslins, Irish Linen, Clucks, Carpels. &C.
liinkor ^oliou'i of Hll kinds.
Boots and Shoes, Glass and Unoctisware, Looking
Glassef. Groceries, \c., &c.
Allot which having been purchased at unusually low
prices, «ill be .-old very low for raskor on fiort rrrj
it. Kemerotier, Br.uh st 2 dmirs above tba Kut
omco. WOUJIWAHO* HAKRIK.
Davenport. Sept iY. I'j4.
Wrapping Paper.
Ofyi RIIIKIIcsStraw Wrapping
s»«^l'joo*. Kajf .litt.,
Shoo Paper, Tea Paper and Ca'nJIe Pauerj
For sale at the
Taper Ware Eooin, No" Le Claire Block.
i I If E Y
MHS.
KKA UN'S ishes 10 inform the ladies of Dav
enport tliat she has opened a Millinery establish
ment at III-'Corner of I'crn a nd S.voiiit streets, with
a ch ice select un 01 I'Hll B0MU®4s» ot a new style.
Bonnet Ribbons ai..! nil Fs.ncy G-o-Jsi' tier line of Int
alncss, f*ho iil be 1 naiiklui Tor the la«ics to :i Uer
a call.
Davenport. l^-^1
GEO I, NICKOLLS,
I11HKHIUKH!FS KS l!f)S|i*KV,
WHICH WILL Bl" KK A PY FOR l\?l'KeTI0N
ANLl SAI.K,
Weflm'firtavs October tth, 1154.
she would solicit a share of Public Patronaf*.
"TOUT IN
—BANKERS—
Cool A
AROEi.
COOK, ^Auatm & Dourcy,
C'ofjrf, Siir'iltKT A PARKfcr,
DaTpniiort.fo
Iowa city/
Hoik iiliM,
BANKERS AHD DEALERS IH IXCHAJTGI
aiiij i.iil-i cojlc'tel«ii4j jfritc^edH reinttt«c' toa
partorth^r nites, suites, iuu if
tkt prtHttfiAl CttttM*ftht United
w Europe. Bought and Sold.
••'Jir.* 1 upwards*
HATCH a. I-ANGDON, Cincinnati,Ufel*.
SEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
MR.
S.VIfGK.VT having returned u, tbla cltr inn
•Idc permnnciitly, will give hi. perwmtiatUnlS
o u,n
prireu.se a„4 sale of Heal Estate,™ "'-"Sg
ai... t» o-ir lan-i matter* gcncrfcliy. ^5
C"OK HAROKS-m
30,1)00 Acres Valuable Lands,
I-OTS IS CITV OF 1)A
V&xfoM
FOR SALE
in State of Iowi|,
SCOTT COC.VTY.
Town fSj .\„rth Range 4-E
,, South n-^st quarter section 3gk
S.-lfh K sec.
S K sir. 33
SK i N i & s iwc.W
K A u
ill
-2 E *AiiJ
f* 11 section X)
Tja asUipSO J* RSEast.
E i S E section 3
K i S K Sfc
i S W
if
.j.S W sec.
Township P0 3 East.
.North-west Quarter nenlnm lit
l*.a't i S VV i section 30
i V L' 0 1 .T ...
E
tion^
.1 ti f* 1 n Ej Mctioi
34f ..
Town TO 1 Euf.
^11 of Section Ave
JPJTOi naif tertlon aighi
K section eight
f- i S I section eight:
K i sec.seventeen
K .N U
E i S \V sectioi 17
•N E i st- t.ol. 4
s K s
w^sectio«U
W i- ser lion 9
K i section It
A'o'iih-west section 24:
S1 S AV section 84
i E i s*ction 33
South half sec-lion 19
K i S W section 30!
w
1 s EJ Section 30
Toivn 79 I? 2.
E 1 4" S INK* section J4
w 1 •-w section 19
S W E Mi tioii IS
S E i S E auction 10
Town 76 K2£jtit.
Town fot*in Wnleott. firstMX A
K. Koad und .iOCnerea of land ad}olaifl| M|M
CEDAR COVNTV.
4000 acres
in Tow n T» K 1W
S500 acres
in TO«IIH0X Rl W
DEPEND
330 acre* in section 34, town 7# 3 W«a|J
CLISTOX COUSTT.
4000awes beautifully situated.
MUSCATIXE COCXTV.
1000acres in town T? 1 East.
Kifly loU in City of iiuvenport and additioiH.
some of them beautifully located forreMeni^^
35 acres ofland one mile from Court tiouMiil
City of Davenport south side of Third Strang
'TIIEabova land compriseslsome ofthe best landffe
S'tate, were selected by competent person s|i|
very oarly day and are offered forsaie to actual MIUM
on liberal term*,
PM.»vAf»f#»pt,
Apply to
COOSA SARGENT.
lard Ag«nts.
Duvanjiurt,
lo
October l?th
REMOVAL
HOrsEL who niinounce lo tbe cltiiros wt
IJs tlje pub ic gcncraflr, that he has
r('r:,ov. «i his Watch .*»mi Jewelry More, *to Jfo. 2. Lar
laire
1»»vr%
aiul that he lia? just returned from NdW
York with a larsre ad.litiou t•» Ins slock of
Clocks.
Watches,
Jewelry,
Spectaclw fcSilyerwiii
and In- i now prepared t« nupplv the want* of tbe
ooiiimuniiT in his hue of bu»im-Hr He lavites att«B
lionto liitf Mock ^fwatrhos, whieb lie flatters hirawlf
will be found much superior in ie, quality and num
ber to ni»y ever before offered iij the we?t»*rn couatWW*
He ha.« Cold Watches from to $IHr
Silver do do $5 to f50
Hold ftiaihs do $10 to
Medui)i"it» f.»r2 and 4 rtiid «d'\«t*per*wonnfHy
Silver, Stffl and IMated Spciriaciea, and Specks
rle Gli**es to j»uii all «ire. uiid nf diflfereut eolor#^—
Hold l?iu^s from t«» Cold and Silver Thin^
l»'*S tur Kincr^, HreaM TinsCuflf Pin*, Crosse?, SlidM
uiid f}ucke« in almost llo?* variety.
H«' invites psrTfeufur attention to bis
IViis, which i I,ill mid complete, and r«n(riii|» pneM
from 75 cts to 93 tor cn alone 91,25 to $4,M) wilh
silver c.iSt", and from $C to SI with irold case.
A very larp.* lot of silver and silver-plated waft,
•oinj.risiiis Tea. Table, liesscrt. Salt, Cream and Sugar
Spoons Gravy imd Senp ladles. Butter Knives, Fr(li4
Knives, Dessert Forks. Castors. Toa Setts, Ae. Ac.
.Silver, hnell and Pearl Card Cases Port Mounie*.
Combs, Rrushes aiul a pr.'at variety of other
uot uici.tioiu.d- His iioi.Us Uave alii b£U9 #Mr«luu«l|
from the importers and manufacturers on the beat
term-, which will enable Uiiu to sell as low a* goofa
canje bought 011 this si.ie tbe AUMUUC citie*.
rParticnhir atteidkui pnei to reiaiiisf
andel«y|
i.g Clocks, Wutches and Jewelry. Jan lj
-KAYMOXD & WARD,
COMHISSIOH KEECEA1T8,
—AX»—
MAXI TACTrRERR- ACEXTS,
If? SOITII WATEB KTHBSf,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ibul. rs in tut Manufacturers' Prices, Freight oat%
added.)
Chilson's Hot Air Furiir.oes—Portable Furnaces sad,
School Stoves—Metropolitan Cooking Hange—BrqUr
Se'teO*. Chairs. Hat Trees, Blower and Fire s*H
Mr.nds—Portable Foraes—McGrepor's A»r5ult«r«i
Caldron Furnaces—Mereely's hurch Ili#—f ir*
KinicS.'ifo*—Scales of all suo»—Locomotive I.u9ipa%
Siicnal Bells—-Baesaxe Barrows—Ware IlonseTrucfefc
Slijrar Mills. Letter and Seal Presses— Registers IM
Soap Stones— Ventilators. Jack Screws—Satinfflt
Warps. Onkiiin. Water me. Plaster, Stueco, or PI«K
ter of l'aris, Os« ctfo t'.'r» March,
W. BATS|o»» w*».
sept S3. lP54trn ly.
8. B. KEEXL*,
Attorupy at Lair,
RF.M E^TATF A OF. NT ASP
Commissioner for States of Ohio A Feontylvuia,
JiSTATK BlTGHT AXU SOU|,
nOM'.V L«t!S'ED.
Orrtcr S. F.. Cor.NER 2d and Maiw ST ly 97'tfvSv.
ACC0UNT8 SETTLED.
rpHL
».*r~-
TO TKE
D.lvi. I'oal aw i» VirnirY.
iV. Mclfoil.
civinir a larpe and well Sftlecte4 ItHlt tl
i i n e y
asd
js ^.xira'V~c3t00iz:tst
im iertiv-ned from a practical kn'-wIoJ^si of Mj*
I e.uints f"»l» confidence iu ofteriiiji hi* K-rrlces ttt
epcninff. arranziiifir aod tiual Sf'ttlenw^ti of B«"k* ai4*
Accounts jrt'tiera l. S. R. KEKMLK.
July S. E. Corner ye en.l and .am tt.
A CABD
TtheEA05sAeencv
C. Uaviatr for the rre-"''nt
withdraw a ftqgfc
l.snd by i di»p.»ithm of his IntAiJK^
to Geo L. NiekoiH, feels it a duty U awes to Uie putt- «fc
Lic to returu his sincere thanks for the liberal patMa- St
ape they have given hiui for thd two. toiot'
^Frot'n
rtt* Bnt K.
St*th Wtrt Cf*'r *f *ir
t..v
Ions aeq..aintat,co wilh Mr.
business capacitv. industry a:..l seci 1, poMttf wnrero,
1 ta' e pleasure'ln recommending him tc publiepat*
ronaire'-il of assuring them lhal any bn»l.i«*sentrust
»,| to bis chars® will bo promptly attended to. H#
continues Ihe &en«ral Land Agency at onro ^suna.
GOODRICH'S
Pictorial Taitod «tat«K
Goodrich ditto lajai-d'.
Well's Grammar
Colburn and K»y'» Ar'.'hmetWs aqrt
I
y
i nwt Corner ntwre ShnHh s Variety "W® I
Mlteboll^Oeog^l^"^,

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