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Ut ueu SASSKKX, Editor.
ltamjwrt, *e«4ay. Kerch IS, UBS.
The "Big Hichu
jft existence, and said
11 be rapidly nicrea*
iny. which is perhaps deserving of some
share of the pub'ic attention. We allude
t- the "Sty A7c4A," a a?cret, political so
ciety, which seem* to hare h%d its origin in
What other particulars the Sip \ichts are
\pected to accomplish, and whether they
h'v«» an organization in Davenpjrt, we are
W't able to say. Our neighbor of the Ban
mrw w ho appears to be ao perfectly posted on
Snow lYoihipgism, is perhaps equally con
ffrsant with the doings and mv^tenes of!
irew order. If he beGrand Sachem, or.
•ay thing ol that kind, we wish he would
T.iey Hi-tg g-ntlemaii whi writes over
tUe well ch »sen signature—in defenJing
such a chiracter—of a triple dagger, ought
tofcaow that Itill P«ole was nojoriouj for
Ms rowdyism, and that it argues anything
but a tru American spirit to defend such a
ncki Si fellow from the aspersions of hon
orable men. If the order of United A'ueri
caoi, of which this scribbler appears to have
keen tb* chosen vsel, was initiated for
Jjbe purpose of making heroes of such char
fcrterg ss thispugilist Poole, the sooner it is
disbanded ilk brtter fbr the good of the
cominuniy.
-^""jpHicAGO A- tt. I. RAit-aoio.—We are
re^uceted to state that the Chicago and
®-*eh Island Railroad Company ha*-« de
jjJjired a dividend of four per cent payabl
& Hew York on tbe second day of April.—
Messrs. Ccok Sl Sargent will collect tbe
fflvidc-nds due Stockholders in this vicinity
w4h0ttt£hargV
The Cincinnati Tints tWBks that with
He exception of New ork,there w no c.ty
the Union which has been so badly gov- ,g
•fned, during the la»t ten or twelve years,
Ciacinnati. At. the election on the 1st
*Q|e city co&s&queoUy be better goremed in
ma
t-TU. Chics, j°ur„4 «,«. II..1 G~.
Wadsworth snd Sb-Idoii. This* srranj/e-
»ent will
,-w
qjf bis
tee it stated that the whole amount ac
received by Garditer for three-fourths 9°u're
fraudulent
'feao/joo. Of this the G'jveruuient has
fitiCuvcred ji230,000.
Liberia
Wule ao moth ia said aboutth? Know
Nothings. •tid some people are trying to ex
.^jte themselves to a fury in the premie*,
||tc.-e is another secret organisation. already i of oflinal station, and hence, notwilhstanl*
•Jttend some of his information over thi* °n"advertisement resembling mon-y, but
Way. At all events, those who belong to or]
M(e in favor of the Sag Xich!s. cannot con-
dstently say anything agaiust the Know
Nothings.
Fssle ths Pagilist.
It is eonfounled htrd for a in to be any
thing aow-a-davs without steppingon same
body's toes. Here we are in receipt of a
prolific comnvinicition stgn-'d with three
iagjers, condemning us from Din Beer
sheba, ftr calling Bill Poole, the pugilist, a
•rowdy," and assarting that for doing we
we u( a tru? A-n^rican but tn*ke ourself
the cbirnpton of the Irish! Ail this too
fight on on tbe heels of the -autiful Bun
ner just cast to th*e breeze over the way,
with our accusation Written upon it of being
a Kdow Nothiisg.
said lo be developing itself, pf*
I Iberia
litically, after the fashion of flie parent
country. Until recently the Liberixtis
had nothing like party spirit, and see mod
to be more like missionaries, and to be too
ing President Robert's well merited popf*
ktrity, a party was formed to displace hi*
and his support Jrs. They were unsuccesi^
ful, but u commi-nceoieut has been mad#,
and, doubtless, in time the new party will be
Ohv.and TO ive been BROUGHT into being, victorious. We ive been HO intimation 1S
under the auspices of President Pierce and
the jfacoleaders of the Buckeye State
Tne Ohio papers contain many accounts of
and allusions to the new society, and from
tbemwe learn that the object is to unite all
Hi? foreigners in support ol the Pierce and
p.iuglas democracy. It would be nothing
».nv if this object were attained, for every
body knoars that, through various kinds of
misrepresentation, very mich the largest
pinion of the foreign vote hw always been
iu f*vor of the *h. tn democracy but, re
cently many of the more sensible ofcour nat
uralised citisens hive hid their eyes opened
to ti»e glaring contradictious between the
professions and the praciice of the leaders
of the fc-»us desrocra.-y, and hare refused
longir to stultify themselves and ignore all
their traditional feelings by assisting to ele
vate men whose principal acUof late years
have been intentionally tended to extend
an I to perpetuate slavery. It is this alarm
ing secession on the part of their former
supporters, that has caused the cofoco
leaders to make some extraordinary effort
for thejr recovery and luckily for their pur
poses, the de.-igns they attribute to the
JKnow Nothings serve as a very plausible ar
gument for exciting the fears or the jeal
ouuesof the foreign population.
to what questions the two parties differ
about, but points of disagreement are not of
difficult discovery in any country or among
any people. We notice,however, that Pres
ident Roberts !.ea not intend to be a can
didate for re-election anJ it will be a bet-
ter trial of the republican experiment. t«» tion8
transfer the presidency to another man,than
to establish a precedent of making ttepres-
idential term last during life.
We are not then surprised at the political
developments of the new republic Africans
are proverbially imitative.*nd all their roc-,
pllectiona of the old country must remind
them how their white brothers -labor
tug and strive- to get a foothold in the Ca-
naan of office-haldin^. But we were some
what su-prisedat accounts we have seen of jed
the social differences hich obtain among (,ejjcvc
technical.y slaves, but they perform all the
menial operations, and are treated with aa
This anomaly mny have been forced upon
them by unavoidable circumstances, and the
berian# inay shortly purge their polity of
the somewhat ludicrous inconsistercy but
'jg of Solomon that 'there is nothing under
the sun,'"—and of the aphorism that "there
is a great deal of hu-nan nature in n n."
The Chicago Trihur.t says that a German
emigrant who came in on the Sjuthern
Mich gin cars,offered to pay -r his freight
with what he supposed to be s twenty dol
lnr bill, but which proved to a "K itha-
re»"y wor'h
some
nothing. He had received bur
tint the fools are not yet all dead, but
it is *rtuin that there is any nu.nber of
scoundrels still in existence.
SoBKowri'L.—The Dubuque Express ap
pears to be a god deal exercised about the
Germnn vote. It tells the Germans that
they must be ^ther "fish or flesh," and that
they cannot expert to m:.ke anything by
voting w itb the Democratic party on one
question, aud against th?m on another.—
Hatret Llhalis lakri a' unJo,—the German
anti-Nebraska vote rankles in the memory
of the Exyrtm. Verily, th it was a poison
ous arrow that was lauoche from the Doug
las quiver, and it increases the agonies of
bis wounded and dying friends when th y
consider the causes of their ili?ennifiture:—
"Krt-u ar.-lli.-ir j.r,i.ps, but keener lur to feei
Tfce) iiur^.l the pinion which impelled the.tuu.
SALT LAKE
—The autharities of Salt
the Great Salt Like. She only waits for
her machinery, which is to b* taken cut
from St. Louis this spring.
By s recent treaty the Chippewa Indians
have ceded to the U. S. Government 12,
000,000 acres of laud situi^ed at the head of
the Mississippi, for which they ai e to be
paid
$!.2'JO.OOO,
ments.
in thirty annual instal­
A new town, lynnedMefbourne, has been
laid out on the prairie,about nine miles north
ol Oskatoosa, Mahaska county. We do
not know whether the pioneers and proprie
tors ofit, selected the name on account of
.. its euphony, or because thev are admirers
qJ Britjeh 8tate(8|nan of t'h#t naa)e. At
guppose thgt
w0(4y
Tinw* jjajs th^r?^wili be but
preUy name and wp
-u etymological meaning
t*'o tick 'ts—t!i- Treasury Eil*rs and Amer- Bradford, the county seat of Chickasaw braves that hold fttte in those wild atid dis
I#m Reform, and it indulges a confi lent,
C(,unty) which
tktl u
was laid off about a year ago, tant regions.
fcopa (hat the latter will be successful, and contains now forty or fifly houses, and town Place C^tl n in the same harness with
Juts vary in price from #50 to f6o. Baroutn and the .v otild make the best
... ©I humbugs In the countrv.
W«' Miarreet Jo this order whether, btiotej rp*-—:
O,
tMv
^Uftteeou has just returned from fcew »®,«':"rowdy," they had not better examiue if the death of some distinguished person
"living made a satisfac.tory sett.eui'-nt with
sucj, an
expletive ever did occur editorially mimed
jn tfae Gtt2ette.
^]8Q,
not apply as forcibly to his being shot, a* to'
the likelihood of his recovery. A very good I
ri9ht then

try fri e, )t
Olthe balance, a coi)» Jdng maple sugar.
3B/«
10KGIHQ.
•1 WM-
A toiijjlr (T tor lb »e di^S
Ol the tweetaitf'
For 1»om over lilinafill r*)S
gyife'i tbe llaoletl.
ad
interested in trying to convert the heathen'
than in any tiling else. But some of them
who have lately been tasting the sweets ft
office, have become very desirous to aee how
the prospert looks from the highest point*
Tkls heart it ever yearn |uj
Fir fond hijpei.aiw
1)1 dreams ofl reluming
Wbure young Lo«e Srat lad.
A atrangeneat breathe* Hi *|ell
sw*ct uVr all my teal,
Aad t#ar luuiuUuout sw«U
la auiuVj'a Mil bowl.
Tbe bocm I would recall
And llva them oVr acata,
Tlioso liuura of Joy »o full,
Spent by Frieud»hip^a hH.
But oh! Ui«j'rt K»n« toravor
Dow u llie U»U- of Tune
Flint 'round ttic lioart Ih horer,
"K|ic»t-inir «urd »ubllm«."
II*. V*a*on, Iowa, .Mnrih IT.-
Haw Hampshire Electisa
If Mr. Pierce and his Iriemls had anj» lin
gering hopes to retrieve their former posi.
and r^8ir)
Urj|y
,„y portion of the popu-
.jf
wbich at oue tinie lhey wcrt.
8ecufely poise-itt.d| thl.y IIlust
bee() compl,toly llissiputt,d by the reiulu
of Nt.w
Hampshire election. No sd-
lnilligtratioUi uot eveil lh u(
John Tyler,
in go shuM a limej bec8me so #ctk
jn
pj(TCe.g
case lhe fact is the niore
reraark:i5|e, as Tyler w intrjniica||y fee.
Wet__weak w
_whUe
Pierce wa8 made
President by a majority almost unprecedent-
jn the countrv-8 )listory. Ye, wed,,not
tjiat ti,ere
j8
tt
state which would
,la ft iLAtr I i ow V ork ai)tl we Imvu on hand 4,MNi K lla of
the Liberians. It appears that they have
nuw vu{e xcept,
(vrpntpr ntimher of irrades tlmn exist i ... .. In Hailroa.l aiiotlu'r l.rjjf lot of B.lHi Koli^, iisukit'C
a greater numDer or graces man exist be such ultra-disunion ones as S Carolina! ,^r ,tu«-k amo.i. 11» I«,&h. h»II.of i.v. p-iii.-rt... To
Sauth Csrolina. The lowest grade are not
vv„ nr„t(,nd not denv
or aiiaaissippi. tiepretena not to aeny
t|lat we rej0jce
cial iniquity so promptly, properly and ef-,
|reedoII1' p*rojlse-ied
Tne New York Evening JPoti thus com
ments
State:
epos
them from some swindler in New York n^r.ii n« Mr. Pierce's nduuiilriti-atii.n with an
for 9^0 in silver, being told that this stuff
wis good out we^l. It is the opinion of
two years since snd there never WHS one
amoiiir them who missed his way so deplor
ably."
ST. JOHN. N
rch 22.
Th" Hons- of Assembly have pa«sed the
L'qnot bill by a vot.- f2* to 17. It is very
stringent,
pr.hib:ting
not only the sale but
the importation of liquors. Should it pass
Lake City have abolished all licenses for. (|,e Lc i-lative Council, of which there Now mauins i»aii i«i,.«. c»un.H-tinr «t K-rk Uai.
the sale of spirituous liquors.
1
*eouu to be but little doubt, i will *o into
A Steam'r has been built to ply upon December, it it receives the
Royal assent
C"Li .MBUS, S. C. March
HOST'in,
s
the street**. Th* owners ol th° nulls siy
there is no profit ntanufjcturing now. antl
ive no objections to s»op|»:nw ir awhile.
N iKFnLK, March, 22.
We are visited by a must terrible »n w
storm. It is now six niche- deep and still
snowing.
New York, March
Kissane was this morning sentenced to
two years six months in Sing Sing prison.
George Catlin, the cel. brateil Indian Por
trait Pai.iti r, is now on a prof**ionil tour
to the head waters nnd tributaries ot the
p|ace where to find honey. Amazon, fn rfue time he will return with
11,11 Po-.u-. X.ri.iir. r«J X'.i'of' ilk Vf
NICHOLAS,
whether tbe "re-'
euiblc the 9^te to pay th Jan- t. cmnati. v ho the latest date was in ex
ipry interest at the time tbe July pay meat
gret," in the paragraph alluded to, might
dea«h
A
nhead
Mexiran claim was about The Cleveland Jjeader says that its eoun* chancer
ltt'!y
anticipate a fine season for ma-i
filierable p«rtioB went itto tbe hands of
lawyers snd ag'-nts, and tjbpre is not m«cb Tha Lwalle Watchman says tint th.* 3JIV JTAHRIED,
li^Aiibood that any portion t-f th:» w ill be Illinois river at that point* ia^ higher than it At n.i.'*ao Man-ii tsinrva* 'Bev. k w. Ps*t«f
,«»eil»ooa 4 r—
rn i
gjy.-p up. Veen for many years. MU*( OH\KLU K. uuvr,all of ibMiiv.
is number of female servants in her family,
motto was that ot Col. Crockett's, "i/ m•» 1 1 u i
and to w hom she, on one oprmion, gave to
«ach a pairofhiT cast ofTha'f worn shoi-s,
tund the following impromptu on h'-r
mantel, th"
I NEW ADVERTISEMENT^
Iiv (Mi! *aw Ossis:
AI.VORP
VAR H.tTTfcN U.YB Ju.l rc.-atvs
full ^3ortm§mt of Grorerlvt
•Uiii i in |mn of Syru|»», liiidi)
Kii't*. rotjflsh, Hvrrhf, PowiUr, Shot,
t'ohoi,
JMarnli £5,18U.
JS
We mm to give* iuor, urai^ticat, thorough and com- I
do umul coiirtr, 0 lit)
L».»Xunf ai'tl ht^-hor Kitjfliah !)mt,«.he», 8 OU
Iforic eitra in the NoriwalOf
Teat h»ra' tte|»iirtniMM.
Muiit on t'iu «, Sivlotlcoii. Gxitnr nl
Hun. lit) UO lo W
00
Fupi^r Mat h*-una OtnuM)«Dial L^mlhtr
\V,rk.rmh, 5 01
Bmhroi«l OrnHiiiont*J Work*
have
Arr.. Ar i" all thftr variety* !». 5 00
Board n ti. turiiisli'd rooms ircludin|r
w.i»kinir* fuel, stationery, 34 00
41 44
If iht» l\ifu»*he*h#rowu r«otn»elcf Sfcl 0 *l
Proprietor Hrti Su|»eriiiH'iidottt.
Ma T- H. Conoi u.
A i'otf niMO,
j' rriaei|»«U.
PT»»|Wtt inch *.» ifwtf.
WALL PAPEB.
I IT liavi' Just r.'Ctf.YI'.l a (iM-nnd lot of Wall Piper
V* a 1 lioriU-r- .lirv lr..m (lie Mmi'ifai n r-r» in
possiblv, it miyht. mnniw pattern*. »iii a so «r«» ia.
w. Wi)l( u th il b(.H,s
at this situation of the ad-'
we
fectually punished. When ttie friends of. Hoik^-Hera and Suti.
quity would recoil upo i it- authors, their
hopes were of course s.imeu hat clouded by
fears but the prophecy has been, aud is be
ing verified according to their largest ex
pectations.
)rs tUOtMHg C» C0"1* tl'sr »p..„ ,-t •.'r.-.i u.,-r-tortea of
,L. .nanIt |H tk. flMKita ej Wiiiadelphia »i»d Vorfc. a lara *l"«-k nf Wall
W? remit to tai Mtsaue
Pap,.„
tion, and scarce any ctrcum-tance, we No. 35
declar ition made by his old neighb irs of
~i,M»rli I:ii. 53 dtf
1855.
IAVENP0RT AMD KE0KT7K
Eailr^ad Mail Line Steamers.
THE T*.. SI Kimrn
j, ahu ut: ('ttii'iiv:i,L,
««h f"f
23.
We had a heavy snow sto-m here last
night inflicting, it is It-arid, great damage
to the crops.
trch
23.
Tiie operatives' strik-a' Manchester still
continues and absorbs nearly the entire
force of the mills. The g'eatest ex» ite
raent prevails. The operatives are holding.
meetings and inarchinv in procession thro' i Thyretiajan.t Sntiir.u K»eninir«. tti turninir.ie»v.-«
m,
250
1
forth* ith announced the
"f Nicholas -n^ jrth, Es.|., of Cin-
ccl!eilt'hea!that
Mail
Caul, und at Kcokak
,b#
,u""
"',
Pa«'k»*U f-»r tin tfit.i a»
With ll»- G^ht M«tl l.ii Mi'.mrrn
Jeanie Oesus, Westemtr, Ksokok sad Dis
Vernsa,
For St. Lsuls.
K K E
f'*rT4iN LKMOV IK)liGK
l.eav.-a Have |iort iii.il Ho,:k lalaml ever) Mondny,
Wedneada) and l-'n-la) Kv«iiin|r» for K-nknk. K-
1'iri..nar. .mic* K**okuk e%*er TuctKiuy,!bur^ln} aud
tiaturda} hvfi.uir*.
RK\ i inrncLL,
i irr.i. K. f. BAItTI KTT,
t.eav«i Oaeenport ano K.»U Idai.d oTery Tueaday
,• .u II Keekek ever*'Wedncdnv. Fri.lav end Buudaj Kvo-
Freight tm] iir* on RoarU,
.1. K XWU'K SON, AjfenU.
v iN'h. nh',
l-r
SAM IS ABOUT I
JVXT
i-T Minnifr
HM-i
nleto ot
23.
*U1«, ft€9fll-
CHOICE GROCERIES.
I bare been to St. I.011.1 and .* o. t./.l th# bi'rt artl
tlea in tliat W irkot Tlinnkful for the liberal |«tron
SM ami .till boi.e f..r roatiliuan. the «i:mo.
Mar.-a :M. I •.v. WllJty.
00 (S & STATIO XRY,
ceoerat atsorlmstit aud great vaH.-ty at
1
portraits of t!ip fawny, iiak^d nn-J ivisfe
j\
Mcb i-s
t.B", Potaali received and for sale by
n«J J. 1» tl.Zfcl.l. *. URO
H1 K11 A |.|i
lor uiiv b)
-701, alt. i*r»od Ani'tnlil Jtornatwl
elry, Crm-ker).
in N-w England, who bad
ding
'-How
l.i.r.
morning:
J.M. IIA!.ZiiU. .V HKU
WforBuekeU,
e I Ciiurua,
Baa .et«. Waahboarda, *c
»«l.i by UA l./.h
Saeka Dairy Ball In atore ai.'l r.,r sale by
iAl.Zfcl.i.St
VOCTIO.N
..ru, i
•ale
.1. Wa will utteud I"
,t
Ot*'"da
raaitoiiabS'torfiiV ol1 null
Purnlturu. Ho
ou
tbe 11
suece
(Jaili tdvaiieed "ii all Oood* U-ft with ua for aula.)
Urn
lit
!ito «»e.»rl 0|pa«lli I*. Office.
ir r^iK.r.-n-. .11 or jrnen.
flmn.-.p ,n. M.ircii -.'.Id Idll
It
•r.-r.. .t.«:.i_d ...r i..i.tr«,
be,
'I'he iMlfrow puili i
lien ad the
uiiti.ia »filii, ii^r
iiuaae
wait, in* .11 i..-r -lioe.."
teal at)le
...lenee.M,. sVI,VKHTHI MA*SHsbB
llEAL-ESTATK AGENCY.
(jffi9. li. HICftouir
DAVENPORT. IOWA
01MComsr Main and Second Bta.
ganlen Keud*. ki. l»o, a jt ucrul a»t"rlm*nl »r Q|"|*Y LOTS AND RES'DENCESl
f*Siiit?ianilOiU, Pniut, WhH«wa»h. Scrut» iDd ouut«r
Hfu»l
fact n' iii09t
Turtoitlilit
umi (i..*, ulf*l \n
tn th* irli«r, atl of whiflmre of
tfc. Uo.l quiilU) *nil w Ultfti Uloy UiauiMt tut to
Mil 1I1. lowest mlea at which the can be obtained
ctiv.
For Sale and For Rent
—Front Street—
Ko. K—Two K"11 t,uii«iiif lota, IMxlS SMk M|,
Frout (treat butwucu ltrml\ m.J t'urr) Htrecla
LADIES' rOI.LKtJE. atraat-.
pre«*iitinct tins Circular to ihf ulilio. the Proprt- •••BSOOna Street
«Vwi»ti.-« I.. Inform tlu-.u that ««c t^dli-V Collog* I»o. J3-A
SMll and three acMS Of t*M »fl«
Will 0|WII lor lln' roifj.lion of .ili.ilinlf llie I'd day of the l)«f
eup«rt buij grouinl}
Jti*y in all it* varioua department*, I
Our nrrniiicv.'iiiwiit!' for a thor.-nph ouro-of ir»true- j|„ Lot wettofCanuoa's Saw Mill, two boa
Won in tlu vnrioiiH iir|.uriun'iit» of tin- Calli-r', drod f.-et ou Soeoud ttfuvl, ruuulbg
lour buudred leal
amil.' an.1 on .1 »m!'t uioct the K iuttud$ uf tbe age to the river
Sou *|*int ol ito1 tiui.-M-
k
plelc fo ir- of stiolu-ii iliuM am of our •rlinnl* for Lot S, blo k ., on eouth rtla of BecoSd
yo.nic lajio. V«M, iiiort., wo nion 11 to lake the lead atroel. h«tw«e# Harrison »»d K.|.ley, 9i\.t lu Iti
u i u o .- n i K u a i o n- a a i i
Vh*couritu of »t"iln will be vuri-»l lo«alt the elr- ——.
minisuiit'tn mid iitcll. 1 tiiul rupatity of tli'|o it. Ko'S—A Brick Homa in v«mnd belweea Perr)
Toi iou in the friihur.v lii'|.ertiuciit, 9* *1 |er qr
kB(|g.Inaod
ttreeta, Lot 3, Block 64)—ISOxH
Xo .M—A ouilorl ililf Hiiunt* »u th- corner ol lowa
and *1
t«.,fX
u
rait tiupin Oil. HO
v**
Monm-hroniutit*. „Ld Peiutl
Drawiiip.fcc ,tfttb, »«•,**
l.' lSo ll.Mlock U3- Mx7S»
Ko 56 -.t 8tore Komn Ku«t of Harrii"» (treat, part
of l.et ?, block 4-". with dw ilmg In tec lid irtory,
jgood cellar, niauK- on north und uf lot—130*91'
w
N»3H—Two othor Ktorv Koo.n* between Main and
ttarnsoii, with dwelling aunt hod
44
i\\ hr givt n io who
itner of tl»«
Ho4t-A Brirk H«ti»e nedoor weatof Ripluy with
a anrn on tli-« north end,
KPI.U
50— A Kane S*
er o! Thirl Hint An.
mienum* i. pa^r tu-ir i,o ,.««tin. rinr. Hump in Kitch.!U-#itiui.
,1,^.
A„ Ur.,
ftirnidli Wall Paper ami U rder« at Factory prHea
i ministration. It increases our belief in the wiih th a.i.t i..ii of fivieiit
For thr conv.-.n.-ncr of ufr
good 6CI18P of tDC and Slrcngthpnn we hut'-sample* of ul our W.ul P.tpt*rniHl rtor»t
our Hook 8tan1 in thf Offttf, *ii*rc Vi+y o
tK-r
In
-.N i
81** sati»t»cii'u to i^ ttvn
,„Xew
k.«.hi». h..mi.*•• e«m!.rt»i«r
fn'iit «f itf« |ntl»*rnn «H*UM i^«l for
o'ir f.
tiv
there werr anjr «onbt before, of the p-tr-,/*.- cw* nH.via:
present stule of public f- eling ill Nr-iV .id C-miiiiumi «aU Pa croniy tn centajjar roll
r,
6
lb'* aiul lor fetto at
r.ne do d» uo do li» ao
Hampshire, there can be none since the, K*tr» do do do do u do
ctinn. Th" State has pr.in Minced it^e|f, B'""
M-"1l-i'i™
emohasis which le IV.'S no room for cavil K*tm.|.ia ities do do3.*»t»"S do
Noihi'.p "ould have been more fl ttt. rintr to
a candidate than the vote u hich Nt»* Hunp- WIHK (ViirAi P*pkk%
shire g.ve Mr. Pi.neat th t:m ..fbis elec- •»*'ni'
do do o ao do
sl. i.,J 111 jil Ae li.li:
!ail {J ,) -jlj
for per annuiti
So 39—A brick "m«i» on rnuth aCMbatWson
Perry and Nock I
(land—
4*
Ml pa) mcnts to te tnniir in aiivrntv^.
Tho$«»*wi#hiiif to *e«ure f« oiim, or d«»»k« atilav
•ekob
nrs, tuu«t apiT) #oo*. H. COD l)INO»
•-Third §trset—
Mo 14—A IfMMr oil t!ir north tihtS «f TkW SlUSSt.
bitween Seott anil WeiiofH Ateude: a'^n. jt »st ol
WAU-r mid lUI) e ou the preiuiac*—Lot lilKM-41IUi:
S9-a small Hoov on 5o
lit) v. WaU P»-
that the Nebraska ini-! •ri"'1"Jrl ""..ou W.. Kocb l-aad.
FOX REST.
On Brady Street, ba'.wer'n 2d and Sd Strssta,
A UTMIU vr.iKt:,
Wah ro .ui and ar ai t.i tn-.l
Ward. W, l-j'.-ISt4 runll dr PII.UIII.
10,000 BOLLS WALL PAPER, 4c.
A frfih Stock of New Patterns"
k
HI do
n
io«
EIUDVt ST.,
think, could mnrtify him re than such a Djirt:.\fOHT i
reversal of its ivoruble jud^uipnt—-u.:b a ai 3t "AMs'
their utter loss of confidence in lum. In
two years he has gambled awayth*1 prince- VrOIQ Phil ft., New York Hid Bolton,
ly inheritance of popularity with which he
At
entered U0'»n lus official life ruined and
broken uo his party, and cased a complete V.fp.-rXMn.Mlu lT.7i"«'if.*.**«"«»•i!'*it*.
revolution in the^Jolitical charactir of th'* strip*.i sou l*o|.i.n'». pt..iii M» i«m ii.. »ii- i.umr« an
St ites which gnve n the most effeetual
supp-rt. Th re never vas a man "lected to nie*. chuiii rt.r. ^e-, n. lii.ir.». ii.durr
the Presidency wh e public course was yt. a.i.iiii»i.«fc»Tr*^
r.» plrtinly deHn-.l by tbe circum.st.mces 'irf^ew d»?J
of the time, and rr free from ^mbar- a .ouipl.-te:i»-»rtnient of lto*ler and Olo*es.
rdlsing perplexities, lhan tint of Mr. erce A .j.ie.of Mautt la.,.owetfc.^ ea-
srr 2r !fc 3D *TS,
,T-
WfMv, 0K iVh\V lioob^
Variety Store,
|l 1|H« i. full .na
•lit of botii Fanrj anil SLiji e Dr
V— A P-ui'-y Oclaronal House with ten Room* on h..(*| to w.ut upon f,.i,tl, „,..„ »|,.. .icirn
the S W Corxer of Ihirdami Ailisworth Mreel# .MI In In. Ml bu-iiifm, Hailii" I r,.| inn.1
of tii iiinat beautiful and eotafortal4e reeideitee in the' iiomUcr
No Hl'xrl 16 tKiwe**o inwnri»| Gaine*Mr« hftiOb
49- A mil Coltago on Guliio.
i Heck
4treel
ST—Lot Itt B1 ck Ml K rnrn^r ol Fifth ami Perrj
Blxtb Street.
Lot I aad Blot-U 3o 'irn 1
Sertt and StlUMi
44—Ul 7 Btorfc 33 Wc3iUu.ll froutlug anSUtb atreet
we.t of H^rri.ou
41—l ot i Block troaUuf oa Btatk MV«MRlaln
a.td Mr It i
fll—Lai Xo 9. Buck H. Fronliag on 8ltt*i atrwli
between tkotland Weatera Avvuoa,^ (aar) building
aite.
44 —Loi I BloclwSB North Kail ranter of Warvua
and tti&Ui atreela
41-I.oU 4 and Block 2S Ssath Weat eOMCI of
Warren mid hixtli M^.eta
IO—I^it. I and 9 Block 94 S K corner or Htsth asd
roll Hrwt
M—lot 8 Bloek Mitehelt* addHion
fl— A tl rtlf part 'irt -k ~r:,t part »tone. four K»
S(ateaiid |iot.-r r*iliiK well of wau-r uu f«i*ili botwmw
Harriaoi. ai.d ili|*l-.\ »trr.t*. l.ot 7 tlltKkJ^
Seventh Street
44— li-»"lifnl 1 *1!* aii-i arr 'i on «lie ^ort»J
.1 liro» n and .- .-itif. I.ol. 4 and S ... k :t Korre.l .V
lull.n» .1.1 11011 Tlii. ou«e l« w II Smutted witn n
\V,.||, «I rii ami f.NMl Mai.I.- nnd ollo .mi ll,.i«v«
from tint. I.M-utioii tli^r^ i.H Sae viuu ul th.- r%.'raii-l
a irruaudinfrountrj
I—A am tll frame I oiixi aa Ike Oenrrr tfC-ai Is
laud and Seve .til StreeU
to—I.ot* and* Block 31
8 W oorncr of SroU aal
SeveitU atreetai
II—IxiI 4 Rloek I Farreet A lHllona addiUoa eora
Wealerti Avenue and K«venUi Ureeu
4(*-I.ol7 andS Hioek Forreat di Oi.lws s4dttfH
frontitif 011 Klgbtliatn-.-t
S3 —A lar^.. and bt-autif it bouae with 8 K omi am!
Kiiciioii an HurriM.li atr-et near Mlib Loit Bkk 4
33i'lut.M»li ailditian l4i
14li
00—-A amail twoator) fr,..n- hoiivoo Harrtaoa dm
bonae uarih of Tliird, will Of auUl cbeap
A
"lorJ
n"
H*rn,on
kootaa l^to-iu.,
Korlilalde
Sv L-. Cl
of Harrli.ni firix-t
»lre Black.
Potash.
Green Saeond Addition
W Ten J.oU Greeii'a l»e.eml,Ad.l.lloti, will
low aad long redit.
Lola
bitO.
A u i o n S a 1 1 s
C00X 8EYM0XTB,
and COM MISSION 1KHCH ANTS
Xo 7-—'3«.i rr in North
ereeted, iyni(f
01
A U I O N S
REAL ESTATEI REAL ESTATE'!
Wbpurn.Beal JtoUur^rV^Jf '1
ON TUE6DAV, MARC, 27^T"
II OCLOCK, A. M.
r*om®or*tx
01
I*
tl—A large M* frame House en the eoraer of
lav* aud -aroith atreeU, I^Ha 8 end lUuwk Mi
I—f-ot« and 7 Uim-k 79 s v CoruarafL* CWrsasd
•Se«,ulb atresia
1'—Lota Block j? s W eoraer orbmtiMtlsvk
briand suwetat
Bipley Street
31—A NITIALI BOU^- O'"** VTMUL HJHI HITNT MNWU
1. I Hloek 9 Ko.i its, U ell and I't Ur,f»rltc 0IMi:
I.ol CJ*
!W
Harrison Street
3S—A hon.e in Mrlnl.uii llniauKi pt0 ami
a halfatorii-a high S r. om«M (Viler, l.ot 4 Stock 6
HIS on llli *UecI Weatul Hurriaoa
tr
in
sold
KcKeozio s Additiaa.
K,
Twenty
M.nen/ieV A.lditiou lyins
of n'uatft.
itut.-.l for town lot. and 111 tin- 11111 n11 .u inrl^libor
liood ol'11 th irk H.-llIir.n.Mit wli.-re Uuioliinr* nre now
Krruain «ir«ei
and
kill* (jr ij-e.
ilualeram I'elior". |,M»II.
f'L.N-k..
Watebf.Jew-
bolng
on
Keal Kaiate,
the huat aid
purrbaaera, tbla it
a
fariliti.'.a for niaKiiii Ganta line Hxiti* of all ai-rnre|uiriny .1 .inuli invoHtr.i^iit toaetup a uiauliia
ar« couiplete and w« wiab to i. lorn, ihoae pr .flwble and never Tailina bualneaai
who.1.. no», or will ro l.:r wiali un kind 01 lioota,
Iiuuk' to order, to ri-i.i.nibir UIUI at- iuiii do so unou ., .... ... .. ..
tbeaborti-Ht uuiiea. A ao, 1 .6-Aiiotlo rirtti within w.-iiiite of tbe eltyadjoili
,it.
Summer Shoeii
Rue ("urd u
Hoe Kink.-a
t#^nth French Pat laratber Tieaof the ueateat and Is-1 ?.
apot
74-3Paeree lu We-t llavenjinrt, .lirlded luto l.ota l.
iaa Hue gard 11 spot.
7.'—BO ai r.-. ii«- mi.I inilf mil,-* Nortli of Pa» 1 ..»r
On the ilnln-«(in- ro.-i.l t..-ing 11 |.1,it fiiirH ctj ,\
qr "eo 11 1 71" n K11H. wnt-r rniiiiinir throinh It aitb 11
«u_„. B.-v.-rfHiliiiL' »|.rintr an i-k. ell.-nt loiutlon for a dair
made to ordsr. I and lor raiainit *ejrrtal.l. far market, j.r.tu ier
bHi,r .,.rt r.r
Abo, W o aud f'ulf Slio«i of lupxrlnr' (.hoKOK I.. Nil KOLLS,
i|Uabty wade BeaUjr* warrauU-d joml.
h. a uAwstjR 1 o. ... ..
M.i tfth---J i dojm noi tli O thel'o.t 0:!i I a. 'i^rt, Nanli ICtb, IS45.
N W ,, .s«o II S 4*1
111
01.»and ill ai-rea.
I l-ar tbonboi-i-»|.|d, to
f.eneral^Laud
iril
Uw. «fiw MaJasu.
*al» and Froat'itr,,,.
will be offered at Auction an invoice of s..'
bkiU Goods, consist* Prints
fcuaimer
tsir»-
0
otls, CanvsM.
v
Oiughams, MuslST
CamtrKi ^.. Satckajh
LuekT^
lacs, Crash,
*e ir
AI»on(..oJ:1„„riii„.l,i ..I Shorn, (iali...
Beelre. and lay.,
Fher oda ur.-fri-^h a nil iti.mtK in ia, I,,....
'--vafiSgs
lo |urth*!*rr*
kalejtiina.
Sissaiatiea.
rpHE
ro pertwer»lttp her, t.,i„rc px!stlp»
1 name „f II. W M.Ulicil o,
is
th,?I
*-.i by III.IIIM MII,out. All pewo,,,!,,,,,.Ea,
Willi (Uf tlriu brv ro|uc»tkU totu| vul-vit^ li'
.vmijtu"
U, G. KUl'iti.
lodiit. IJ
D.ivonport, March 15, 'S3.
HaviiiKKierreded to the Mudneaa of the 1
.t« i~
W. Mit. h.11 A o 1 w ul. b. ,,,?nf
the dli/ei., liu.ri.port »M|TI, h.it rlul I aj,n,|,
U.allj on haii-l a larae aid «-ll ,™P
coi.-Uiaii.M.ii haii-l a larire a. well a^oru-d Kiwi?,
r.i.^iMi'r'l.V.^:
J*ct '4i 1I W. MITCHIIL.
®ri«k Xouss and Lot lor Salt
rHIS,.*
p|e...um Urick K-cllin* *ii|,
g„
a. .1 I 'e jr. I.ol ij
by 9nt. led, .ii.mi,
tll,
III lull MvW nftlie i-ltiei of Davei.pori, HikW l»i i
Mo I e P.i»«-,.lon(fiveii mm. dl..i, i,. |,r„.0jn.1an
J.,,
f5 0 riowft balunet*
10 percent Int. fi-am
•Mth'7 KAUSh KTKWAI.T,
Clothing made to Order.
PHO
s-
l-'tKl.T, lair fro tn New Hav,.n i
Bhl,
1 rmp'itfuliy inform. II,» rim..,,.
ol
thulh^ l.ustaikeii.a room „,,|.»„t,. |.^
H1'wk
i^»* r,* .Noronil Street whrr^ h.- e.,..!,..
4
most
~0 tigwSvf riniiii.iw!» W f*ora- *"i
rth atrueU, C«*l ar, Wtli Mai'
near Third Lot
fl"—A una) I Hoas* Wwt half of Lot I Nloelt
v
fourth Street
-Knat half of I.ol 9 Kim It Moi4ik« StMtli !•!.• ol
Koiirlt. atrial betwnea t*errjr aad KoHt Ulaod—
tlUtr,
fl-,i.-1-, 'iv,
!«•», h.- fl.itt*r« !.iiii«#ltb «hi lie «bl«'tnV'!'™!'
el. aii.l |M)rlevlaj|ilitt'lioH. A|»rti-.I H:
at raited.
!i. O'riit
rth half »f Krt*t nf
-iii*
rut
rh
for othen taaukea» at iW
notice n ltd re:iMBakle mtei.
M.li IT. -5.-,..I If
DSSIRAB-E FABV FOB 3
A LI.
"f "--arr^wi:! ia
|t«rtU
fob
44
on
South aide of Fourth alreii t.elween Hrla aa# Haiti
•on oOjomiiiK Prv.i.v rrian |.Mr.o.,age{
FifU Street.
JS—A one 1?tor framu lio'tat* on W*«t lialf of Lul 3
Blovk S9 betwe^u llarrieon and Hi|.le*- SI3
d.
lw#
Mtr* feiH't|.V» km Onui«
a r» u*ru i:d
#«(1 II.»an orriiaffl »»r i.«-aH»ijr frtili IWM, M.ft
ficlii.r .[tiarrv of •xi^U^hv iiiuc*Jt»w tid
atun*lu!ie4 of UioherTor Aj*r
iW. Aj.i lx to
r. BILU).S,
l.ri I miirop^rt.
NEW MOV.
JU8Tr«eei»e.lhh
1 v rr.. at
I5MJ
Ni'w York MNm,
D^ESS SIKS
Plain Stripe
I'l ,id. Fla.
k
Some good for 60
and color­
ed Silks, ju*t r. i.v u Exiinis a hick
Will he sold very Cheap at
tX«iWs
131. \C K si I r8.
cts
per yard at
poptnrs MLinrxs,
New Styles _JU*I received at Iistet't.
Velvet Bibb-mi
u! h':,ft's
HAWK EYE STORB7
Ott'KNN i I'O
A re In r.-e.i.i U ».• I»H By i:\PIHM
If you wai.1 a
In-..rl» »r 1-. .I.. :...
I marri It
«rass Seed.
K-t r«fv., f«Md OrrkaN
1
(.faltb)
A. Grass lard, renal
ami* en hm-Tan."
Web IS
JA». I» I
KKI.I. «C MRU.
FOM.I
,V lrri .U.
lenty Laad Wsrraati.
I^HK
tM»m
4l*r»» jir. p^rr«l io varrtnU
Ot 1
Ult|ffvS» Jti»l
f»ir nil fi.tit io mvi»f litem u:d«rl ewt
VKHHY 4 HAKROWA
titkiiker* Kt4Us4||WUi
Umnii is.
lasIWarrants.
\K \LKKS m.il Idtmi
slisrt»
Ultt a ail
Hunt 14.
nU*ri'»r
«*«n
»up^lir*i witii u ,te»r.l* ii»
ipiantilirt
It ot'i've ani-'i-i rbt'
Y^ KHV 4 IIAKKOW.
Bankers A.
Load Warrants
t\'Kha*«e...i.p.et..d«ur arr nfenirnu fur a laf
tiiji^ «t Hon 111) Land W.rranta, and will w
.,lde to -U|rt d-i.«lor« uu favor ,ble t.-rmi. Ordrn
fr..m
»li«
roai.tr) n oinuth
dll 1
kl I. wen rate.
Marth IS COOK a
SAKGKJ.T.
laad Warrants.
1
.M)K Kale, lo acual wttlera
0.1
liwc.
oue and lw» r»n
.Mi ll 13 'ii I'O'X KCKNT.
Fared Feaehss.
Ilk
BUBHKUI Parwl Featbea
reed and r«ria|»|
ID HAUtfc.I. k BBO.
Mh
IS
Vresh Teas.
lit Half fk- M«. V M.-oi,, lni|M-rlaJ, CaajsiwJ"
11 and illavk I eua.Jual n
ildiU
for late It
titI4?KLL# 8R«-
W Builders.
|«HK uc.'arlai"d Wilcn- a besatifi.l balWI I'jtj
a lu
jiuyiiiei.l.
I.r
i.a.I
.i for buildi
rllK,litil.•r«.ir.1..t
70—A House and l.ot C4x7S will be leitaed for 7
yenraat a low ro .t
____ je.iiii\ol Hui i-i.|.orl
'-"'S Hlock 3 Motle'a ad-1 hand anil'inlan *in' l' "'*3 alid'^JMra Ai»
•tr,wl oi,.i„Ui„ '.Mwiunii .nr«r ti«.uer
1
Kclntosh Additiw
Lola ou Mt liii ali Soeoud luSdllleii ou lite rorul. e o|.|»ortuiiit
'More
rnn®'-1
Match Mb, 'a) T. C. KAC-
HJNES CHEAP.
Iou at Auction
11 il 11. nf.-i. w.-.k-U)effaiil'.-
tvr
I U
l»u»ri.|,orl
tcn|«on.
from 1 lo 5 turcK. Fr«MB V•*'* tof I
»i»*w :»i') vutire U ba loun«J, Hi*"
wateriiif.i.l view oflbe .-iti.-..! I)ave»|."rl anl
l^lanil. F.»ri Arin-ar »iiir antl ni:i»» up
tt.« rj\ «*r, luul bflter j»f ml 11«« ir»•»•!**** this m'«"'
aold
A RRN I ttiH LANJ *''',K
at private aale
il uuniied
for
Keb
aoon
T.
C. KAl*
NEW GOODS!
list Ke.-M. K. K*|.r.' a.
el Th.. Iniliula. a lale ol modern life.
1*1,.- I'ri I
Weil
betwee.i nnrUi
and
..or John Uu- All-Hewitt,
bin bi-.t mill I..ul.
Hv knre
H\ Enarene So.' bi» In'.t Him l..»t,
Vl»
i '011
Kiftli Sireata
near fatbolic bur) '•••r (iryund.
Ut HKO.
and
frieu
S3n0 eacb.
Out Lots.
rt
1.hip aii.1 it* i:oiiao«|il.-lii-»-'». .,,,
Hiird War. of the West, Ji»hn •'•f**-1' 1
Wii,.*« u-tor). by Mr» Kiuuia B. N. Soutl.
f.a«l H...r. «». hy
Cur.^ i-t lifion,
SS—Ten aerea oat of the
Kaai liatf ,, Sec I d:ii«.
S3 7» Kanf« JKi»tt
4
''I'll.-diji aro.'d Dauftbler.1
IH- lieaoriud Wilh,
Tlie Moilier-iu law,
]taveii|orl 1aahtifiilt
»it-
Kor«le U,
W,RRKN
A
Pa«l Ollli e l»w* *i'|--
IllasJCily Book Wore. Boel. I l"
Pab.
SSlb. 'SS.
For Sals.
A Masuiflrent Home for a I -dy or S"" 1 ''/".'.
J\ ta«te. Thi« ia a I.rit-k Ho iae •toriet
kit. lien, i-ellnr, barn wn lioi.-".
.•a.-li mi tbi- lirow of the Hill, eoinmandlnr
view In the city. Price $71**1 in '7" u 1
W »n th*. »Alw Pi
Mib7,'.V»
School Register t»r Tsashsrs.
RK
W A a a
Howard Xiaket ii ^h.-etn
Par 'ale at
J«a STtta. I85.V
No. 7 le Clair
for Sals.
OEYKRA1. finely (seated for builneM
k^denea*. WSITI' A C'f HE:*11
m,i. ia.d-ir WJIITK «v' I

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