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TBBMBOF SUBSCRIPTION*
.«r aauum, payable ia advance jtherwis*
yerweek payable to carrier.
Terms of Advertising.
On* Synart of Tittiae Lintt.
... go,50 One month
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?*vj" Six months 8,00
1 year, lio change 18,00
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utracK for y earl y advertisers will be .lUooutin
lid eltliottt previous "notice to us.
\t{tsatsclurged Jouble ihu «awe dimension* of
ftj^ortUeiuents inserted iu weekly oa reasonable
rv?u,-)»f.rrllgio»* and benevolent purposesi_
Lrted».«"'* t"e "t charged
llisr advertisements
HI**- WII.IIA* NOOLAU.
\tretffoRT,
V rurt
(Attorney at Law.
I ALLEN D00LAN,
lRtt.il. KsAtB AOfcNCV ASI I.AW OFFICE.
HO. 7 OUR'i BI/ILDIHG,
JOHH
OT'SAKOBHT,
i-r*o»*B'r AMD ssEU-oa,
irii.L»Uiudl.ilUoprow.-iiiiun »t Cases before the
of Claimi, inil take charge of any pru
o*IM»ines* betore the Departments or tbe Su
fcuwCoart. Paper* intend*.! for Mr. Sargent mav
ft Motdirectly to hlin at Washington, D. t. t»r left
ill, tfsssri.Cookfc Dillon, Davenport, lu«a, Cook,
Errantd( IMwimr. Iowa City, or Cook, Sargent A
jLrur, Hack Island, IM.
|[ff»MiHtoii,» C-.Mclil" 'jj d.tiiuus_
I1 JOHN W. THOMPSON,
(ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY FOBLIC,
Commissioner of Deeds, Land, and
Insurance Agent,
OSes ». \V. Corner of Brady and 'id street*,
DAVENPORT IOWA.
flr. J. 0LSHAU8EN,
Physlelsa, Sturgeon aud Aceonchar,
OPPIOB—Secjnd itreet.oppoilte the
,pno
nevlvnma If'—
DAVKNPOKT, IOWA
Fentterlvnnia
DAI
Sor I7.1»i4-dly
HUGO BBAUNLICH,
TEACHER OP MUSIC
#N PIANO, MKLOOCO^ OHUil,
Id between Ripley and Seott Sts.
I tiirsnport. June ('lb,1
w53-dl)
GEO. "WMTCOMB,
ttorney and Counselor at Law.
OrricE, on &>r. of Brady and 3rd sts.,
iniiH, oa Srd ami, tfaa tame a* to Oa Maror*» elBce.
IHtttport, Jaa. 7,i9e»
JAMES THOBINGTON
lilarwir and at l.«W
/*BHOT.iRV PUBUC.
LSO, OomiBl*»i«B«r of l»«d« for the Slatea of
Rkoiia laiaod.MlRbiran, WWomlii, Mwjerty,
lii41»na.Maloa,»^M»BayU*»ta.Con
|cellcat,MlM3urit Virginia and Tannowa. 0«c»Jlo.
£. .«na«rcialRo» batvaao Hrontand )(«caid »ta.
I Miltl'U l»a*««poil,Jlo_wa
i. racaTAta, a. P. i- *nt.a*»
B«ctara r«IMTAI.V 4e AOtBBi
Prutitioaert Of Xadiclna auJ Surgery,
uaca, Claire'* tui1didS,R') S1 naar Ur».if.
•p: II Ud-wly DAVHNPuHT. low-
DAVISllH TEUK,
illvruafa aud romnelortul
and ItUrlei Puhlte.
JFriCE, on Brad} Straet, in Witharwa*
bnUiat.
ItAVKNHOKT, IOWA.
id.lttK UAVlfMN.
T*.pt 1«U, leM-wlrw-ly
W. H.
IATTOKNKY AND
1 Jtrttt—At tha Mint
Mt^f Uafa t«l. Froul
•l)U,'S4-#tr»-ly
UFFU'K atthat'-ourl lloiu^.
"MITCHELL PUTNAM,
Ularaaya and couu»Bllara ut Law.
't»m.a, oulke Corner al'Vnd and MraJy Ktr««U, iu
rl'laite*! Bulldtuc.
UA/KSPOKT,
IUWA.
[to. R. U K U N A
prll leth^ltot—wtrw-lj
jis. LAMB,
Itiiarucy at Law «nd ?l#larjr Public.
I 'Jrricic uii Brady str»elabo*eHeee«d,o»er farml
(ri«PttUr«.
iMvonporteAprl I'Jth? irw-lf
1AW H0TICS.
IVlfK Uiv«lhUd«y »4mUteH Jaw* V- Dii-tow, K«q.,
I IT anartnarin onr La» Urra. Prnfaaalotialbuatnaai.
I'll haraaTtarbetrauaarted luttia name of too*
I Juioa. COOK 4 BRO.
.Not Ut,ltt3
COOK DILLON,
Attorneys and ConaeeUrs at Law,
Davenport, Xuv lat, 1853.
AUSTIN C0BBIN,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
AND NOTAHY PUBLIC,
(Offloeat Macklot
St
Corbin'a Kxchnnf»
IIAVKNPORT, IOWA.
March Sd, 1054.
MI. U.
naaca.
4«ace OH
JOU* JUNTO, J«
PABKBB k J0HXB,
Attorney ut Law.
DAVKSKOKT. IOWA.
HjriiiKforinad a«o-i«artiiaralitp,will practice ir.tui'
oil •Qfrouiuilutf countl«».
0ffle««rer J. WileT%!»lor«,5«i
n0T
17B. l/. VKUS, »l D..
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon,
Pr.iffarf fain profe«s\uiiaU«rflc##to
Davtftiport »nd vicinity. ^ARTiout^'i ktuniiOB
Vo the treatment of Chronic dl#ea»en.
uacoon31itfftet%rcrC. Muupir'ftClotbing More.
i4venp rt«Jan4»iy3."»-tlw-ly
T. W. CARTER K. D
Physician Surgeon.
01« on SortU tide ol 3d St. two doora w*»l of
a y s o a a a U a e n U o n S o u a i e o
atvaan Brady a Perry «u.
DAVKNPUKT, IOWA.
March 12th,'55.
1)7. A. M: SMITH,
Ecloclic Fhy#lciau.
Ofllceon Brady stMat 3«a
Third str4*t between
#N«tnt'
^poelilattentloii jfivon to ibo treutiuentof ncroru
l&iiid a) other ehronle
ApriiSH'55 II VKN POH I
A
l-B. HICKMAW, M.D. W. D. IIUIttMAN. M.
DRS. HICKMAN,
ECLECTIC PHYSICIANS SUB6E0HS,
Oftee Brady St, East side, bet. 2d & 8d.
"T*Son1*1
ojo attention to opxratlre Sur/«r and
urglaai diaaaaaa reneratlY.
A '7, 'VS-,iwtr.
wIT t7:AMPBELL,
wriKSSSS'JiSiR^&V^t-ij
o»st Stt. Office In tlie Court liou«o. AH oraera
promptly attended to. Autf. 14th '35 d-wtl
REKWICK A SON i
*riiAMBOATAGKNTS,FOKW AKDIXfi,, STOKAGH
AND COMMISSION MKKCHANTS,
Bai&ar Landing,
niv«sro*T, Iowa,
t) KSPBCTFULLY call the atientloa offarmvrs.ahlp
tV pcrs, aud the public geaerally to thla ad»ertt«e
weiit.
lii«y Will at all tl:ae« be ready to •lofe»hJ
-ry detcrlptlav of produ*" and mer M»dl*e. t.
ana sell ou communion, and trust, by prftmpt and
•trlot attention to tlio tnti-resta of nil who may fa
»h«m with tliair patroMco to merit the public ei'nfl
dence.
'Ihu business will bo cindnctuJ and
(£ars.
C. C. -W.Y«M.g. j.
aim
a yav
RKSPKt'TPULl.Y
•AT
LAW.
H0&ATI0 f. BARS KB,
ATTOKNKY
A a w
Davenport, Iowa.
tma~~
(Successors to B. Sanford,]
ll lioteaai* aut Ketall Bealert iu
OrocjrljM, Drags, CbosOca)*, ?ai»t«,
oils, Olass, Vails, Ac.
-ALSO IS
PA iKMT NKDICI.fKH, and Ajeut. for all Dr. I).
JAYNKS' PREPAKA1 IONS.
Brady Street, West Side, First Door Below
Second Street,
i4
KJff o KT, 10 JI
Davenport, Oct Sib, lS54-lrw-ly
ARC
Ji I ECTU RE.
KDWARDS Sl CARROLL,
ABCHITXCTS ABD SDPBBIVTKBDEMTS.
OPPU K, .No. 10 Fourth story Peat OBIf^ Hull,lings
Brady at, Davenport. Iowa.
Jan 1-dtf
H. KILB0UBN,
Beal Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Will atte^to aaieaofClty Property, l.ots, l,nuJ«
Farmi. l.o.,at Auction—Ofllif with Geo. l. NickolU
l.and Ageui: Davenport« laws,
-BEFEB TU«
CatHataiix Si rRiwroRD.Clerttland
t'aahierUie Bank, Akron, Ohio
K. M. MITIHIII.fit o, l'hic»ro
W
ITIH
& Co, do
Col.. K Wura'.KR, Davenport, nov 1-dlf
DAN KlV lVsriOiU VY
ATTOKMKY AND COL'NHKI.OH AT l.iW,
At the Old Post Office Building,
Hrad *trm-l, hetween Firat and Second.
Davenport, Uoa. 'Jo, "SS.
C. T. WEBB,
Mo. itO Bast Second Street, Davenport, Iowa.
OEHLKAL DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemieals, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Window Olass,
Perfumery, FancyArtieles, Patent Medicines, Ac.
call the attention ofthe porcbaa-
Inf cominanltv our preient larff atock of
Aoodaandlargeaddltloaanow epeutni, wtlcb we are
eimlldrntcauuot be aurpaued either in price orqaalt
ty. We would iBTltn the attention of ceuntry8tor«
it eape ra and Phyaicla n at o
oar prirea and goodabefor
pardMlareUewtem.
Fawiry awdwhioisitd Phy«Wan»Prwr1p»lon«oare
fullyoonipounde'i. feb
C.a.Di
i.
J. W.STEWABT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
SAMUEL PABBEB,
Beal Citato Broker*
—ALSO—Auctioneer
pracU?ttlKri|(iaeL-fuiidDraugtti9manc»nuected with
theOflce.
Wllea«ine
LLatlend totfca pti rehaaeandaale o freale»tate,
onea, colUrting rents and all other
latuii,makingBroaiptremtitaucetortlia aame.pay
i*urtt*«ef'»rec.i-re»ieenti.
tVeiiareafOiiljatlhK principal polnta west of u*v
n^artand wguueo^toallLMd m»ttor»*«nerall).
iOTKl/,
hd Pony 8
^SPROCL, Prepi
dralxned would reapactfnTly Iniin thair
i and the pui'llc, that they ta^e tbl* day
"Cm BOTH,*'for tlio neuptlon or atran
'•mnu travelera. It baa boen entirely remodeled
i oewly furiUabed. Tha location lacentral
andcon
klaot, aad
DO
e*ort oa the part of tbe fveprietora
ill be waatlaste teAtrlbute to theeoronat oflhelr
pjitron*.
K*Un«vetTABLi*«,with carefulandattentlvehoa
tiara alwaya Iu attendance. Aleo a
largt
11 44 44 44
Diainvud Urain
44
Cannon, Mining and Blasting I u Kegs and Harrels.
BAKKLKY, THOMPSON dc CO., Agents,
CornerSoeond and Perry 8ta.
JuiygO.'.N-d-w-ly DATawroRT, lows.
ItTW. PAMK1.K,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE directly opposite tha Poat Offlee on Brady at.
over S. Parry". Clothing SWre -K. aidence n«ar the
corner of Third aud Blpley at». opposite• gpencer'a
boarding haute. Nov .3 S-. dly
Bflrrows & Pretljmaii,
Forwarding and Coaosission Morehants,
PB0DUCS DEALEBS,
And Wholeaaleand Retail Dealerala
DUV GOODS,
Aneenswars,Oroceriei, Boots,Shoes,Bats,Caps,
Clothing, Salt, 6e.
Having
ample room for Storage we shall pay partic­
ular attention to Receiving, Htorlng and Porwardlng
any Goods conalgned to our care.
Ca»h paid
MAKNKV
l',"rr',£.®
a a u a u i i n a o u n y e e n .- i y
sMtnated as the Baiaar, to wblcii in attsclie-l a tomino.
o u s a u i u o a e a u i n a a a a a a a a o e v i
and possxses advantages favorable tolbe tinp.rier
shipper, not tbe laast of which W that no drayage_wlll
require,1 from the War-.hou»e to boats, "j y"ln
Host, to,i,„ Mav
Er.*J. W. H. BAKES
At.ractlce
FTER an erperi.nce «f thirteen yara In the
of Merticino mid Snrgery now offers his
professional esrvlce, to the .itlront
and Its vlitnltv. Partlculnr attention w^IU be tr^»e
U operative surgery and seasea of
luaga. 0«ca tn Post OHIO Block So.
housa on Sth aLj hetwean BTJO} rsrry ti».
Sot.W.-dtf.
BY SANDKHB & DAVIS. DAVENPORT, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1856-
arils.
K. Jf. BATES.
Ta
PATTkM.
This home
atatl tlmeafor Produce.
Front btreet, Davenport. low.
Davenport Steam Flouring Mills,
Will be k«l't In constant operation, and Farmers are
al all llmai III nil tilA
JAS.
I
K*
I
O. V. TOUHTIKY.
ITATES & touhijky"
Attorueya at law,
AND H0TABIBS PUBLIC,
Orn i— C'ontnierrlalSt., directly oppoaite Groan'a
Hotel.
»epi:« C'KPA HA I'i DS. IOWA.
|GK0.
Architect aad Snporintendent
OF Bt'ILDIKOS.
Room Mo. i Sccouii Story fomaierilal Uulldlnga,
KRAUT
BKT.
FROXT
AXP
Sai
OND
Srn.,
Darenseri, laws,
All iiualue*» in ltia line a! tended lo promptly.
Mept. 80, '55-dtf
A K
CITY UNDERTAKER,
KKEPS COXSTASTLY OS HASll,
C0ITIHS of every quality aad sine,
A3fD METALLIC BVRIAL CASE8.
WtwBeewi and Haaidencr,
Brady, between 3d an it 4th Street, Weat Mde.
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
HKAK8K alurayatnreadlneaa. Carriages 1'urninhad
when desired. July
^frdTOT johns'IWT
CABPBBTEBS AND BUILD EBB.
Shop on Second, bet. R. Island 4e Perry Sts
RESPECTFULLY
of Davenportand vicinity,that tbey are prepared
ui'oiiUuctfortuildlng» of every
description. Prompt
attvatjongiven to work entrnated to their care. Job
bingof all kind*done.
Apli,'55-dtf.
A. 8. MAXWELL, M. D.,
M'ltOFOW.OCrMST&OPERATOHIW
TENOTOMY A PLASTIC SURGERY,
8. W Corner Tenth and Harrison Streets,
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
jfcof# rcnccie
Trof. H. A.
CKLK,
A
I..
RMOR.M.
A
tracted Liniba, ace, ke.
Dae 4-dtf.
w irtWMf•
EADS at STEWART,
Oeneral Land Agents a Notaries Public.
yaptfron-
naoted, for tbe aecontmodatlonofFariiiera.aic.
Aaliarv vuMU- aat-onaKe iareapectfylly aolidted.
ACKLKY li SVI
KOU^..
Uavenpetl, Ai I, lU&Hltl
*l'i). OBlce, VVuat
S ttraeu
EMfOKT, IOWA.
THK VAKIOUS K1MIS OF
_.yori( Tcaan BV
LAFLIX8, SMITH &. BOIKS.
Amerlcaii Kifle F. P. F. A.,I" Ke*s85 Es
,i .. 4 £.)!»,•.
F. F. A »5 l«.
New York Ki#e,
Kh*U.,
Target Sliaoting,
Missouri Kile in and H*»k*.
Amorican
Prairie Kbooting."
Kagle
3. F. ALLCH. p. r. aniKROW.
A E & S A I I 0
lommission aud Forwarding
MERCHANTS,
No.67 Toboupitoulas at., Kaw
KKPKKENCKS-.
Messrs. Waterman Ac Ryan,
0. A January Co., «t. Loali.
•Sepi 24, '55ddi w6m
I emi,loved him to make a fall aotof Teeth for my
trMflhrhteh aba ha* been wearing for some time, and
W la every parttcularthey have glveu full
and recommend those wishing Dental
Inttetoglvr him a call.
^fsli9d,'d*V H. Wit'KKKSiiAM
WALC0TT HOUSBT
First SUtion West on the line of the *H
Railroad IS milaa froea DaVenport.
rfillK duderslgned has furnished the aborehoo
A a road stylo, and la ready to aeenmmodate alt
may4.avor him withthelrpatrouage.
company ia
aarf
hlchail
Informed that we pay at all_tlmes in Cash tiic highest
market prive for Wheat
aeai. Flour always on hauci.
BlIRKOWS di PRKTTYWAN.
MtrLLlf
to
A
BB0.
KTBAHBOAT AOEWJTH.
Front Street,
Aprlllllbd-tf DAVENPORT. Iowa.
OYSTER SALOON,
F»*
A1KK-
H. 1-Et I. A IRK.
jTcT PARKER,
PHYSICIAN AND SL'RGEON.
\VolTLl tufotMi bU friendt and the public that be
Uaa remov^ hSariee lo the Post dtlce buildijj
tfeond stiorv. oppoaiUa Gazatte oflUw. „—.
KorWo^:WV
HAVIKH A CO,, Deeorahi
BAllnBBS AND LAND AOBNTS
XTOTK8 collected throughout Nor Jieri. lo«a aiid
i\ Hemltted for al Current RaU'S Exchange,
uloiiey roelved on Deposit and Interest allowed .
LAND WARRANTS for cash orontlme, toauitpui
thasers consunuy on band. Oealerss.^WM W
oral terms. Warrai ts i.ociited and helealoiia mad.
and Located for parties al a distance, when
AsttitiiiLnv orders. Tax«a Paid, and luone) Inveatad
a.lviutaceontly for »on-resWeB«a. Parties addrea
r,OTovey«I by mail, may rely open their
commissions being attendod l* with tlie aaioe faith
mlnesa and .liapatch as If presented in peraon
ocf.i .Ui«liul
now prepared to
the
perlence
X^SMSXSR'"
ga tto'usV'aa'd '^**1
of eibod
is Chu rcb
Juil« Jlith 'W«i&
W
tf
CAEB.
„(.
KaflKLVY N TMOMPSOMO
v
'•'HAIIKLKY, THU.«PM)N 4C «!«.V
Carrier Ptrrff und ^!r#'
Verricr r*rr
9
AR.NUF,RT^.V.:MIVLS
ATF OL
I
FFI'0,ipowdor—
T, H.
soufwnU Ju hand one thousand K. gs
.ndU.es Rl
a S o U a 1 5
CALDLI HI*
SSSS5s»S»Aa^
.«.! at live minute*uotlcu.
u y N I S S 4 w w- y
DB~Tl. TOMBON,
Maisadiusetts, respectfully luformsthe
of Davenport and vicinity that he ha.
A.JiiNthi.illv as Physician and Surgeon, and
^tftha"bJ Industry »n'd Integrity In El. profes
sion tn luerIt and revive ,, shara of ""elrpatronMe.
Office In Atk1n»nn*s Block. Jan. a iw.
take
on the safer classes of property on the
Cu»A
Mutual Pin,
plan forteuth premium,
ul rates as
reasonable aa those of nu reliable company.
DIRECTORS:
C. 11. Perrv, John MeClnre,
J. W. Nankin, Geo. B. Smith,
K. S. Creel, Billings,
C. Garber, T. Wickoraliam.
F. H. Parrison.
H. H.
Ford,
W. £. Turuer,
OFFICERS:
t' PRRRY.Prealdent. K. H. Harrlaon, Treasurer.
J. W. Kankln. V. Presld't. W. F. Turner,Secretary.
Offloa in Willierwax's Block—over Dawson A
CO'S. Bootand Shoe Store, Brady St.^
Nov 8-dtf Dav«-nport. Iowa.
COPPERSMITH AND PLUMBER.
'l'HHsubiicriberlauow prepared to do all kinds ol
A Caliper work, Plumbing,RooBng,*c, alsf ugen
eral Jobbing business of every deseriptiou conucctaj
with the Tll. Copperand Sheet Iron business. Move
Pipe,Sheet Zino, Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, pbeell op
nerT Bathing Tubs, Pumpa, etc.,etc. furnished at all
timat on tha most reasonable
terms and at abort no
"House Gutterand Spouting made to order. All
work warranted. Old Iron,
Copperand Lead wanted
and taken in exchange forwork.
Daaennort,A|l7,l(t55-dly
nv|
J. H. lll.MOM,
Perry St. betwoeuSd and Id.
FRANCIS JACOBY, JK'S.,
HEW DBUG AHD PRESCRIPTION ST0BB.
TLI:
HEiUb*crlh«rr«spactfull invites the attention ol
thecltlzensofDavenportand surrounding
country
DrugandClietnlcalStoreon Brady between
""PRONS
Personal attention wlllbcgiven to the compound
"fie afsokeeps
a
gclodassortmen
I
Brushes Combs
Office.)
•IHK Sabacrflier having rf-ceUed the
I Agency for thla place for ine sale of t. b.
I Of Maltby's celebrated Baltimore Oysters,
ill be pleased to supply the trade, Ho
tels, Collee Housei, and families by the can or doien
cans. Tbey will be received dally by
for sale cheaper than ever before offt re iu this. mnr
ket. (nov. d3m)
togethei for the purpose of carry.
C?1UB
on the Business
ING, PAPER HANGING
IN
ol Jlul'nr.,
SIGN ORNAMENTAL PA 1M
GLAZING, WHITEN-
and
ING
and
WALL COLORING,
'would
ecnte Painting
en PerryStreet,betwen
mosTre'spectfully announce tothelrfriends
and the public generally, that they are
PWPIIREI:
In
ti
either Lead or Zinc atth
«lbl*
^lowestapos-
prices and in tbe very be*t style.
1
holrlong ex
theabore
Business warrants
them
in
GILBBBT, O'BRIEN BUCK,
Merchant Tailor*,
O e ihe Store of E. Alden ,2d Street, opposite Knapp
U Reiliaon's, Le t'lulre Block. Are prepared to
furnish to order all kinds ol garmeuis ut short notice.
To those who desire
tjirtt
H. •1LBKKT. 9' o ihm. ®rcK.
AuggH.d-tf
UI AUS^LYIJANCE,
Huy andscllJK«uiIF.Site, Rent Hou&sand Farms,
Collect Kenls. ami attend promptly to all bu»lne*s
entrusted to hi* care.
Office 2d street, between HarrUon and Ripley
English,German,
Danish, Norwegian and Swedish
languages spoken Oct II dly
^n.SOm'dTP'ABKEI*,
ENGRAVERS and BRAND CUTTBBS,
Seals and Beal Preesesof every description
'lBD§ AND EilVELOrKS
I N E I N A S U K I O S Y I K
14 01.1VE STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sept. 1 3 dly-
fclU°
^arti marr.
CHILD &. UAKTIR
ARE
BDWAKUS,
u^\v opeiiiug tiit* lar^L-»L aud beat ael»cteo
StOi'k Ot
fOKKLQU AND B0UX6TIC HA&BWA&K
At HildTtftb^oldsuiMtUii SecondM.* Uitrddooroikfc1
«n UruU),ovcroflercaiL Uuveoport,wUict»U»eynr«ue
leriiiin^U to prompt payment lhaaan
uther hJu»e east or west.
t'oiiiiaut ttdUSlioub will be niadtt ui all Ibu Ittteitaou
moMt useful improTeinetits ia agrtettttufalraaoWues.
i'oaU^^-c. We wiH ftitu ki tip in oouuectioii a lullaa*
aurtea ai.Kk of irou, .su»ei, FaiaU, Uug|
aud Aeat ftpring', Wagou 'iimm *, Axl4*, Blaclttnttli
fitfllowrf,Anvlla,
Vice*,frc:
C1HCULAK AND OTHKK MILL SAMV So
liavenport, Apllctb,lti54-wtrw
XKON
of all description lor dale low by
DAV£NPOKT4c LK CLAiKfi.
IJLOWiTKKI. from ft Inch to 11 Inches wide for
1 sale by DAVKNPOKT I.it CLAIKK.
A Aril' S'l'KKL for tools from i iuvli to 3 iu. aqaare
J_i
18,1855-dtf
begleaveto Inform the cltUens
(_) also (lat bars by DAVB.\POKT& I.H CLAlHP.
OOP IHON allalaea also Sheet Iron by
H. 1
TA VKNPORT U TE*CLAIKE.
I.OCK TIN block Zink and Cokji, Antimony, for
sale by DAVENPORT A LE CLAIRE.
Kl.f.OWSan(t Smith-tools for sale low by
n
WHITS
LEAD,pure and No. l,ln small and large
kegs, by DAVENPORT & LB CLAIKK.
Z"INK"
PAINT,snow white, very lino, for finishing,
by DAVENPOIvT k LECLAIRK.
FACK
8I(IN0K
Axles, Nuts and
10KTA
M. laveland, Ol io.
FIREHTOH. M. D.ClevelMd, O., Med. Rap. K.O
Any, tor Insane.
Prof. hi.
Jishing
D.,Cincinnati, O.
G. B. Woon, M. 1)., Now Yolk, Oeuliat and Auto
plastic Korg.
Operations for the removal of Cataracta, Ptoala,
•Strabismusor Kqulntlnga, Hare-Lip,
Club-Foo Con­
B. D. MYEBS, DENTIST,
Offlee on Brady St., bet. 2d and Sd
over Dr. Hickman's Office,
Davenport, Iowa.
—REFERENCES—
Da. HICKMAN, I KTavRKaoa 4 CARRABA*,
DR.
ARKRB,
I Ma.fcMaa.BBRTO*,
Ma.4* Mas. WicacRaUAM.
I this method of recommending to thepublte'
MR.take
MTRRa,ReaidentDontialofthisplac»—eutingthat
useln
who
Persona desirous ofpaaalnga fow week aquloUy on
tbe prairie, whoretbere la always a dallgbiful braaxe
wlllBud Walcotttorepaj them fora Ylalt.
To SroRTaMaN—Grouaa aad othergame abound In
"As^awof'public patronage
1 s
WalcottJul y Wlb ,1854-w tr»
-tf
IOWA STATE INSURANCE C0MPABY,
KFOKUK, IOWA.
UST received a lar/te supply of Fence, Spike,Fin
and other Nails,for sale cheap by
July8th, 1654 CHILD* BAKER.
THE ELEPHANT STILL ANIVE
A N A Y i S E E N A
TWICHELL A GILLETT'S STOVE ST0BE,
On Brady, between 2d and 3d Sts.
A
LOT of BEARDSLEY'S JUSTLY CBLEBKA
TED AIRTIGHT, DOUBLE OVEN, FUEL
SAVING COOK STOVES, which for Baking, Broiling,
&c.
ORLIAMS.
has not its equal intbe world. Alto,a large lotoi
Foreat Oak, Black Diamond, May Flower, Express,
i'rat tie Flower and many other varieties of Cook
Stoves, together with an assortment of
Parlor and Offlee Stoves,
Tin Warofc, Ac, which are offered to tbo fall trade
al tbe lowustrash prices.
All klndsof job work dona to order at short notlo»
Please callaoon.
Sept. 8, '5S-dtf.
„reatheight ordlstauce dealgned tor Railroad Sta
tions, Furnaces, Mines, Rolltag. Mills, Paper MiUa,
Factories, Sutlonary Fire Engines Oardeti Engiaes,
Wells, Cisterns, and for all puspoaea where a raaap
can be used.
These Pumps arc now in u w ou all the principal
irySlLVEH MKDAL awarded to these P«mp« at
belate Fair of tha Ohio
7|jy»Pnll and perfbot satlsfieefen gusnnteed In all
cases wherj properly put up,aocordingtodirections.
TfT'Orders thankfully received and promptly Oiled
by MOSES A XITTLBK,
otto* at Burrow* dr Pretty
man's, Front Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Au. 15th, HJ55-w-d lm
STOVES! STOVES!!
THEStoves,
subscrlbersharlng purchased the entire stock
ol dec., of H. WICKKRSHAM,(dealer la tha
weliknown Chart? oak Air
solicit a share of public patronage, hoplngtoaalMy
all who may In future deal with ua, we woald Insert
thefollowing Inducements, first, we sell both Eastern
and Western Stove*, including overSO Pattarne of
rtaas
C00B ST0TES, of which to select.
We warrant every Stove weaell, boih tooperateand
against flreeracks, thereby making It greatly to the
advantage olpersons wan
ting a good store to buy of
us. We keep constantly onliand a large topplyof
a e O a k
Weweuld also offertodealers thefellowlnglndace
ments having purchased our clock in the East, ena
bles us to sell you Stores,Tin, Sheet Iron and all
kinds ofTinner's stock at Chicago prices,
freight ad
ded,thereby sarlug you expense, troubleand delay.
Mr. HICES being a practical workman, will attend
"1 kinds of Jobbing,suchaa Tin Roof
opper-Smltbtng,4-o., all work war-
personally to all
|ng,Xpouting,Ci
ranleu.
Brady between Front and Seoond.
May 2d, l&S-dwtf WICKErtSHAM A HICKS.
a.. i u-H-_.4J.~i-r
SBABS, WOOD CO.,
Bedstead Manufacturers, Lumber Morehants
and Dealers in Planed
Floovlsg,
MOLINE, ILLINOIS.
'PHJC only eatabliahmeulin the Weat where
A SHERWOOD'S CELEBRATED TURNING
LATHE Is used for turning PRISXATIC FORMS auchas
JVtweli, Baluefrt, Bed t'oets, T*!le Legt,
tain\
work too various to enumerate, with tha
Sec
*iueM.
WskH0Wl0dgean4expeHcncelnlhebtt
be can assure those who may favor him, that they will
bafurnlabad with Medicines ofthe be*t quality, pre
pared with the stricteat Care and at moderate prices.
Moulding! of »U into tquaret of any numter or
ttute
atajr
tngftt.
GRF^AT BARGAIN, capable of cutting ISflO feet
per hour, upright, rotary, cut off, ami lath saws, to
gether with a planing raacblno, opposite tbe terminus
ofthe Dixou Branch of Union Air Line Road from
Chicago to the M-""PP'ko
en
suring their patrons foil satlsfacttohln any workthat
may be entrusted to tham.
Particular attention
glveuto estimating 011
any pub
lic or private Buildings. Porsoue wishing any ol the
abov* work
dona would do well to give them a call
be­
fore letting their work.
They
are
also preparwl to
loots aoD Sliofs.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
O.N MAIN, N*AR FRONT ST.
TltK subscriber baa taken a store as
abova, where he is opening a tresb atoci
-t
GOOD BOOTS AXD SHOES,
Matiufaeturod expressly for retailing, which ha offers
for sale at very
Reasonable Prices.
either by tbe case, -iczenor single pair. Hi wltibc
receiving further regular anppttea every week l'roin
some of the best uiauUfactorlea in tbn Ea t, and re
spectluliy solicitsa ahare ufpubUc pa ronage.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Can here replenish their sto«k of Boots and Shoes at
about as low pricea (for cash) as tbey can purchase
them In any city east of thla In my Urst lot of goods
now opening ma) be lound a priiue assortment ol
lien's, Boy's and Youth's Culf. Kip aud thick Boots
and Brogans Womeu'a Calf Kip and Guat Luce Boots
*c .,&c., regular and extra sizes
DBOOTof
DAVENPORT LF. CLAIKK.
NAILS,SpliesandHAVKNPORT
b*
finishing Nails,all sixes,foraale
fc LE CLAIRE-
\f HN DOW GLASS of all sizes, very low by
W
DAVENPORT fc LB CLAIRB.
-Washers
Iwitham
Making the moat perfect and
beautiful work thatfancy can deslra, and having th*
appearance of
coetlf carved tcerk.
June 17,1M4—trw-tf
of German
.French,
English aud Ameiican Perfumery, Tooth
AN4
,tnd
a General assortment ofVancy
Davenport,Oct 18th, !B54-d-tf
HOUSE, SIGN AND OBNAMENTAL PAINT
ING, PAPEB HANGING, etc.
JAMES DOKNELL
dr
HAVING
uaeoiiated
rpHEsubscribors are constantly making a variety ol
-I- Printing and Wrapping PaporsatthelrMillln Mo
line,and will pay Cash for any reasonable quantity of
good clean cotton orlincnrags. Ourtravellingagant
A.'O. Churchill will call on the Merchat," through
ceiitrallowa and paytheniin cash or papei t'ortheli
rags. WHKELOCK dc FERGUS.
Hair
Molina, Juno 30th, 1854.
JOHN M. DUNN,
themselves
A S A W I I N Y O N S
Cliaton Cesuty, Iowa.
Saw Mi 1 for sale In complete runni, order at a
A«OLL8t
Ijtnd Agent, Corner of Snd A Main *t*., Davenport.
octSS
et-
THAT'S SO!
THEM'S MY SENTIMENTS
Tho Best and
FINEST CLO'HING
ex
ecute Banner*, Land*C*pes, Masonic
and Odd eilew's
Anrons, Decorating anaGildinglu a superiorstyie and
on the most reasoimble terms. Paint*of all
prepared and ready fo u
sa. Glass of all atxaa,colors
putty.
*JUFNOR2«!TT34 DONNK1.L& DUNN
IVOAYENFORTAT
N N I N S
ESTABLISHMET, ON MAIN ST
Nov. 15
KOMBAUER
c/«»» irment, w. ten-
dora sncUl lnvlUitleii to call on u» knowing we can
filltheirordersspeedlly wlthanhles superior la eve
ry detail.
& 1LB
RT,
New Wholatalc Srocery lore,
Basar Building, Front Street, Da 'enpart
respectfully Invite the town and couUry ratal
l\lealer« to examine tbeii stock they wl1 lad ftie
Kit qualities aud lowest possible price*,
Oct 10 1855 dwtf
7 "NOW 0PBNBD
A Large Steok of
Fine Hatches, Jewelry aad
^Auo^pooda,
BILLON'S OLD STAND.
No- 8 Le Claire Bow.
o which the attention of tha
j^parHc utai flu^Ue?.
Oct 6-dtf
CEMEITTTWATEBLIMB*PLASTER of PA£(S
W
ABKANTEDbr«^,4mr^..h..p...v
Bazar Building,
an»83dtf Feriy Landing.
LIME! LIMBU
POR
D. B.CAP.LKTON.
Davenport, Nov. 5,-dtf
1JOC1S
AND
SHOl-.S
B. CARLETONIs now receiving at the NEW
It SHOK STORE, No. 4 Main street,Ua
winter atock
Ladles', Mis*ea',and Children's Boots Shoes
Ladles'Gossamer Over aud Rubber Lace Boota
Ladies' Rubber Boots and Fur Overshoes
Will sell cheap and all ods warranted to give
satisfaction.
Gent's Flue Calf pump Sewed and Fair Stitched
walking Boota.
Davenport, Dec SI
N O I
S«.
SCREWS, CUmpScrews, Drills, Crowbars,
Picks.vcry low by DAT'ENPORT&LECLAIRF..
Wrought
Nails, Strap Hinges, at
DAVENPORT A LE CLAIRE.
1 I7k"P"OKGKsTXri v
11 s, Vices, Horse Shoes,
and shoe Na'lsat DAVENPORT LE.CLA1KK
kails:
DAWSON 4* CO -have formed a
partnership witbP. H.Griggj,under the aaiao
aud style of Dawson. Griggs if Co., to take egen
on the 1st day »f November, ifi55.
Alt person* having unsettled acconnts with the old
firm are requested ty call and settle. t'cti-'S
E S I O i
HAVING
u A U E
increased our facilitlrs far manafactur
tog and d*aimg iu Boots,shoes and leather, the
undersigned, succcsaors to S. G. Dawtoutfr o., offer
to the citizen* of Davenport and vicli,it, greater in
ducements than ever to buy their i oota and Shoes ol
them. Our retail slock hereafter will always con
tain evory detcrlptiou of go^ds wanted by the i.enple
W* also are making extensive preparations for
Wholesaleiug Boots aud Shoes, and wo invite couu
try dealer* to eall and ex»uin our stock and prices,
asit is our determination to noli on aegood lurmt a»
they can bepwrshasedin St Leuw or Caicago.
DAWSON, GkIGGS a, CO.
oet 85 Brad) St., I door fronted.
Boye' Yonthe' and Infants' Boots.
ALAKGK
lot of the above, cait', Kip ai.d Cow­
hide, by
Dec3 DAWSOX, GRIGGS fc CO.
Home Made Boots and Shoes.
Wters,
•J^JCGOWAN'S PATENT
DOUBLE ACTION
S U I O N A N O E
PUMPS AND PUMPING
KNGINBS.—Theundersiga
•d would respaetfUliy Invite
tbe attentiou of tbe public
generally to the** Pumps,
as tha beat Pomp now to
nae *lmpleln tbelrconrtruo
tlon compact, dimM*, aad
not liable
to gatoutof or4er
woli adapted for foreleg a
large body of water to i
E make every style and quality of Boots, Gai
Oxford Tie*, and ttita CairShoes for gents
on snort
notice, of prime stock.
Those who want "Home Made" work will please
take notioa.
D*«J DAWSSN GRIGGS
& CO.
OrBta' Oaiteta! Bovs' Gaiters! Youths' Gaiters!
'TMJB largeat and best stock we have ever offoied.
Plna Call,sewed aud pegged, double aud aiiigte
sole. Black and Drab C.oth Gaiters P.,tni,t Leather
aadBuofcaklaGaltar*,for aale very cheap by
DM] DAWSON, GKIGGS & CO.
•istfl
Mm* Long Rubber Boots.
ALSO Kubbor Sandal*,Gaiter* and slippers for La
dlas and Gent*, Mia^e* and children, by
Dae 3 DAWSOfk GKIGGS
COUNTRY
k
Vara Foot! Dry Feet!!
DAWSON,
GRIGGS & CO. have a complete as­
sortment at Fur-liaad, Cloth and Bufiaio Ovar-
k
oa*,for *al* cheap. d«.e 3.
THB SH0B TBADB.
Merchants are Invited to call and ex­
amine our a**ortment, wMch Is Just suited to this
Uarkft. Cwr.pHoa* wlll at aJl Untas baaa low aa
Ma*a«%iM«i
Dec 3
Mechanics' laatltut#
1 af 4ta liOiiit
DAWSON, GRIGGS A CO.
Boots and Show by tha Case or Doses.
LAOljen'Mlsse*Kip,
Calf, Gwat and Kid Beou
A Kid, Morocco. Ku Boot* & ailppe*
Peg'd A*owed Kid, Kuameldc Goat Buskins
and other styles for
sale by
DAWSON, GRIGGS, A CO,
Brady street,1 door from
*4. Davenport, lows.
Dec 3
STAND
Tight Cook Stove) would
FROM UNDER!
BOOTS AND SHOES!
AM now prepared for the Hand wintertrade
from 40,000 to 90,000 pairaof Boot* and Shoe*
coaapriaiag o*a aC tha most extensive stocks ever
bcoaght to thla market, made up solely for this trade
during tbe last three month*, uuder the personal an
parvWan of an experienced workman. All those
Saltera,
irsonalu want of rood Boots, good Shoas, food
slippers andlast, though not least,
GREAT AND 6OOBBABOAINS
will do well to call on the auuribcr.
Flue Ladlea allpimr* only Iwentv-flve cents per
pair. Gent*fine Boota, S3,50, and all other good* In
proportion. Don't all rush at once I
On* door a
sat of Burrow* dc Pretty man's (tore,
Front*tra«t, Davenport,Iowa. JAS JORDAN.
Sept. W.
1855 d-tf
Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap It!
BOOTS AND SHOES.
J. JORDAN would announce
to the
oltixento
Davenport,and the public,
that he ha* opened a
Ladles and Gentlemen's boot aud shoe store ad
tolnlng Barrow* A Prettyman's store, one door above
tha Iowa Clothing
store, where he ia prepared to man
eiaeture boot*and ihoes of all description*.
LADIES BRANCH.
Fine Silk lasting Gaiters,fancy and plain
Koesnth Boots Enameled Patent Pari*
Boota,Ties, Bronze Paride Ark.
Janny Llnds Jenny Linda
Buskins Polka Boats
A large
assortment of Ladles and Misses Children's
Shoes, too numerous to mention.
Alio a large awortmont for Gent* wear
Eastern fine French Boot* Congre**
Gaiter*. Monterey Jersey Ties
Plain walking Shoes,
o o o
AndallklnJ* of heavy werk, soluble for country
as well a* city custom all who want a neat Standaaty
boot would do well to callat tha Davenport Bootand
ShoeRtore. Callandsee. June),|M53-34ti
BOOTS AND SHOES
WHOLESALEA
Hsireassortmentauperinr
Seoond 8fc,one door from Perry,
Sl-dwly HWF.NPOKT.
May 3
LEATHER! LEATHER!! LEATHER!!
TAKB NOTICE!
THATIIAIGHT
A SEARS'New leather Store an
id St.,
an. door from Parry, Is now open
Wher* can be found at all times n full supply ol
Leather of every description for the Shoe or Harness
Maker. Findings,Linings, l.nsKaud Bindings
French and American Calf Skius Eu^iueied. Sole,
Upper Beltand Harness
Leather Morocco, Roan*,etc.
Saddlerv Hardware Japancd, Briss and oilvor
Plated ofevery kind aud quality
Harnees and Coach Trimmings
ofall kind* Broad CI ths Enameled Cloths
Patent Leather Lace*. Fringes. Webbing, Carriage
Bows, Band*, Hook*, Ring*, and in ihort every arti
cle theCoach Trimmer or Harness Maker
could wish.
We respectfully solicit calls to examine air stack,
faellnreonfident wa can offer such inducementaastu
safe* than cuilemer*. HA IGHT 01 SEARS,
2d St, one door from Perrv.
Vay31-dwly DAVENPORT.
BOOTS ANtfSIlOES,"
AT WHOIiESALE.
THE
attention of C. untry dealers Is called to on
stock of ROOTS AND SHOES,
thalaraestln the Wert, wMch we offer for good pa
paratlaw prices. We manufacture here double sole
thick and kip boots, for those that want .'Custom
home-made work," all are Invited to call oti u«.
Chicago. IBS South Water it.
WARD, D0GGETT A CO.
Chlcaago.Sept M. IH55dAw ly
BALLS and PABTIB6!
ADIKS and Gents Buflklo Orar Shoes, Rubbers
JL and in* French Boots, Kips ef my »ann(^ture
and the largest assortment of extra Boot* and Shoe*
that Is to awn 1# th# cities oftti®
*r»at rwrto
WD?venport
ppo*it* the mill.
Paw
avenport, Jaa 85 '55
SPLENDID M*ortmeVt^^ainMnUaiiCT Japan
nad Bird Cage*, of all slsa*, quality
and pn*as.
A!
Brick snd Ston* Work at SLAYMAKEB A
BARNES' Kiln,Ssst Davenport, to oaate pee
ASWI
Jnlyio
kol^ale and Ketall.
naianaa jfcMANUS A SHEPHERD,
Comer Second
and Mala.
Glottiinj.
A FKESH STOCK 0T
Fall aad Whiter Caods.
TUAT received at EDWARD ALDEN'S Clotting
*1 Store, cousUtlag iu part of heavy Over Coat*,
Mm .. 93,00 to 16,00
Heavy Under Coat* from a^iO" 1*,00
Fancy Cassimere Pints, 1,5014 6,00
Black 8,00
Black Vests, 8,0044 7,00
Fahey i^»«t 7,00
And many other kloda of Raady-Xada Clothing toe
nomera'us'.0 mention tn thlslist.
—ALSO—
Heavy Satlnetts for PantC
velvet Vesting**,
Grenadier
Satin
Black Silk Hat*
44
For
Ttoenfy-Five per Cent. Cheaper
He
A large assortment of CLOTHS
Heavy Castor Heaver forOver Coat*:
Double Twlliei) German Cloths
HarrH' Casslmore 81,ck and Panef
Wool
Plusband Cloth Cap*.
These goods I am prepared to sail atratox* a* Law
s the lame quality can be bought eUewbere.
I would offer my thanks to old en stoma *, but 1
thankt.
WMetnle,
to my goods,,»
ring i can do better by them tban they ean do «v
e Baat.
EDWARD ALDEN'S,oppo W
ordering goods at the Baat.
Call and see at
Le Ualre How.
Septa,lat5.
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
NEW GO IDS i
At the Great Western Clothing Store.
Xa. Xioweixsteln^
No. 6, IBCLA1HK ROW,
IafCLOTHING,
S iu receipt ofthe largtst aud most complete stock
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
:vcr brought to this market, which haabaen purchased
n the Eastern market* at greatly reduced price*, and
which he ill sell
hau any other establlihment In thl* section of coun
try. He is also, in addition to hi*atock af Clething,
receiving an exten*lva«nd well select** (teak of
Gentlamen's Furnishing Goods
of all style* und variatle* to which h* Invltaaattrn
tlon. Hisstosk has been selected wHb great care ex
grossly for this market,
and atthe very kweat price*
Extent, ?a*fetF aad Beauty
cannot be ebfiitlM1ntlil*rfloo,aware
BSH FROM THE MAN OF %CTORV.
liissfock cannot
FRBSH
All he asks Is that the public generallywlllevamlne
his stock before jortha*lnge*ewta»ra, feeling *ati*
lied that those who cannot be *ultel In quantity, qua
lity and price at the
Or at Weatern Clething He nee.
cannit be aulted atany otharectaellahaient wed of
Chicago.
Aug. ai. dtf.
THE QIIEJTT
NORTH-WESTERN
CLOTHING
K a n n a o u i a S n o i a
CO.
On Brail tt., i—r t»Uw
M, (VMt
tUt.)
For tae Mann aetura ofall kinds af
Over Coats, DIMS Coats, Business Coata, Panta
asd Tests.
HAVlSGjust
recatved one oftha largest and best
stock* ot good*
avarbrmtght WaK or tha Mls
susipni conduing oi Clellw, Casslaares,
Veatinga, AC., of evory variety. We are now
pre pa radio atauufaata e
Wkit*
ffMjiaaod
A. CAST BEL A CO.
Davenport^ept. 6,1855 d-tf
SAMUEL
Morobaxit Tailor,
HAS
oa hand anawaad full aasortmantof French
and English Clothes, CaaaUneraa aad Vaettngs
iiultablofor the season, whlah bo will make op to
meaaure on short notice
and raaaonableterin*.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of all kind* for Spring and Summer waar, whleb
w 111 ha cold aacheap astha cheapest.
FURNISHING GOODS.
A gaod supply ofeverything neca**ary for a gentle
ardrobe. aarlng Stjrla Hata,
Trnnka, Vail
on, Aw.
rlt* thoaaaboat to pa
man'a wa
Oapa.
P. S. Would invite thoaeaboat to purchase goods
giva bin a-
olsewhere. One price only. No troal
rhankfulforpaslfavorshopaia eontlnuanc
Intheabove Una to giva bin a eall before purchasing
onbia
hope*a
ta ahow
SAJltfia PBMRY.
00da.
oftha same.
Davenport April 181855.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
AT JOHN JOBDAN'S
IOWA CLOTHING STOBR.
LARGE and varied iMortnent efiStn't aad
dBova* Beady made Clethiafi ambrac
:D( all the lifferemand apurovedstyle*,and made by
food workmen out olthe Matasalorial.
Fine, inediura and common, Union, Beaver,
Pilot, Petersham and Plnahlng, Bangupa, Sack*
Paletot Overcoat*, Cloth, Dre** and Frock Coal
Fine, inediura and common, Union, Beaver, Felt.
sano
Coat* oi
variouicolorsandquailtle*. Cloth, Caaalmere, Satl
net, Velvet and Tweed Pantaloon*. Silk, Satin, Ta.
lentla,'Swan*down, Velvet, Plush, Cloth, Casetasere
Satinet, Doubieand Single breasted Vests. Monkey
Jackets, Drawers. Undershirt*, Beaten, Suspend era,
Qtovef.Crarat*, Haadkerahteb
Shoulder
TOR
RETAIL.
ly
AKrllT A SEARS have now opened thelrexten
of BOOTS and SHOES«andare
prepared to furnish work to coantry mer
ehautsaod Shoemakers at Price* that will compare
with tho*e of Chicago.
Oar Retail Mock fa large and ofthe bist manufac
ture comprising all styles and every rarely SMALL
PROMT*and quick salesls our motto—And nil who
favor us with a call shall bo thoroughly convinced of
thefaet. HAIGHT & SKAK8,
Ji
hi rt-Collar*
.Stock s
fies, Scarfs, Winchester aad Scott'sapprcvad Patau
jeam Shirt*, UmbrellasandUartlclesusual
kept ia gentleman'* farniahlng stores. Including
Robe*
da
Chambreand Revere VaiUand Overcoats
Also, a splendid assortment of uncatClolh*,Ca*sl
mere* and Vestlaga—all of which will be made up to
orderlnthe belt manner, withproaaptna**, ataccom
inodatlug prices, and by competantworkmen. Thi
)3Ubll«bmontlsin the monthly receipt aftha lates*
Fashion* »o IhatorderMniraatad to them nay be re
lied upon a* beingIn the lataatityla bv tho*a who du
'ire It. All manner of plain work^nd work of a gen
toe I modlum, promptly attended to
a*heretafora.
HATS of a uew style together with all oftha com
mon kinds constantly on hand.
Gratefulfcrpastpatroaaga.thesabeerlbareonSdant
Iv hoDe* to merltaeoatlaaanea oftheaama.
JOHN JORDAN.
e
rch a n tTal
lo ra n Clothle r,
o n Proatatreet,
appo
altetheSteam Mill*.
Davenport, Jaly 8d,18SS-wSid-tf
"GREAT BARGAINS!
NBW YORK CLOTHING B8TABUSHMBNT
Wholesale aad BeUll.
WE
have lust received the largest aad best a»
sortment of PALL AND WINTER CLOTH
ING, that ever wasbrougbtto thla waitern aonntry,
oonaistlng in part
of tba rollowlag article*:
A merienn. Uaglish, French and German Broadcloth
loata. of different *tyla*and qusllUes.
varooati, Heaver,
tUaaket.Peteiabam .PtiotCloth,
Unlea Cloth, Lion'* Skin, Mohair.
Doable Coatiof the*ame material*.
Fall Coat* of Satinet*, Tweed, Caaalmere, Det
Skin Ca*hmaratte and Jean*, of avatry style.
FURNISHING
GOODS
Consisting of a finp assortment af Silk C'ravata,
Stock *, Naok Handkarehlalh, Pocket Handkerchief*,
Drawer*. Undershirt*, Hata, Cap*, Buck akin Glor*.,
India rubber coats and pant*. Trunk* Valtce* and
Carpet bag*. Fine White add Faaey besom BUrto,
ShlrtCollar*. Al»oa an*lotof
BOYS' CLOTHIVO
andplece^ood*. Persoaa will Snd tt tothatriater
est to give us a call before purcha*lngel*awhere.
Store on Frcat Suaat, oppoaite Ferry Landing,In
Dr. Halloa** botldiag.
BBRLIZHBIMER AFLtflSCHMAN.
Davaapovt S»M-tetli. 1W
FAIX ^l^IN^ER^ GOODS!
JUST
Boot and Shoe fitorfl. one door below
arrows 4k Prettyuian's mammoth »tor*. Front St.
JAMBS JORDAN.
received at the Oreat North Western Clothing
Manufacturing Emporium, canal*'lug of
Heavy Castor Boavsr Over Coating, Fancy
TAILORS' TRIMMINGS.
They woaldlavite those about to porahnsa G^ods
in the above Una to give them a callbeWreparehasiag
R£SSI
F'. J, ST
VOL.—2, NO.—386
^troclrt), &f.
MORE BBW GOODS I
'J'HK ttnder»lgned wouldresr^ctluilj i(rfoaalte|^
lie that htfhasjutt received and noW
at l|o. 8 Le
Claire llow, a spUadld stock Of
NEW GOODS,
ConMstinglii part df
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, L&cps, Tal^WnpS
Silver asd Britannia Knives and Forka,
Spoons, Pen-tailvea and Cutlery
i.Vhleliadded to bla usual Stock and Variety, will Ma
bun to anpplytne demands ofthe Public in huuno
witlijbe best choice as to style, Patter* and QuaMy
Ami he will be pleased to (apply then et the *ery la*
prices. A. e.-BlLLO«K
Davenport,April4U),!H54.
Lamps!
V
44
Silk
Worsted
44
HATS AND CAPS-
LARGE assortment of Gaa, Fluid and Ol) Lamp
nnw opening and for
saiC low at
luav30. A. C, BILLON'S,
Pene,
A. C. BILLON'S.
Gold
V
FULL assortment at
may 30
i-
An Open Field and Fair Flay. w
I E N S E S O K O
WATCHES AND JEWELRY''
AT HOUSEL'S, No. 8 LE CLAIRE RO^.
I
trust they get their money's wor ind care nathln^r
abo'jt my
BufHceit to say I am pleased to
sue them at any time. I ask particular attention
persons purchasing at
A V E n s e u n e o e w o k S
largest and best stock of fine Watches and Jewelaf
•vcr before offered In this market. I have gold
Watches from #?(to 9SS5 Silver d«rtro8i ts to Sea.
Gold Ch »ins from t« $80. Kin fr two bit* to
450,00. Breast Pirn, from 11 to
I would call particular ittentior. tn my stack
•lies' Watehen.
which embrace* a foil variety efPlatl
Hunting and Enameled cases, and 1 think lean
'Ve most fastldiom
rS
In short, my whol* stock of Clocks, Watches.
•slrv. Silver and Plated ware ia full and complete ant
nuch largerthan h«*«verbaen brought to Oil* -na|M
W"t, mid I wil a,II wh»l«wle orrcbffl at prices thai
will defy allcompetitlon.
'.'opal ring
done a* nsualat nhortrotica
Nov. 18
th, 1W'#.
Table Cutlery~by Ezpreea
the Manufactory at Conway Maaurhn*etta«
Jyc HOUSEL'S^*
i
3£«Vr(c!tK
IOUHJ
L. LOWBN8TE1N.
i
l»irder
any and every Gar-
waatln onr Uae of bus
in a*, laa aaanaf nnsaqiagced
by noaaaad wacrantad tadt.
gentlemen'a Fnrnishing Department,
I* full and-aomplesav sss^Hftt an aadta** variety
of Genta. SUAWU,
aad /mr 8aini» SLTT,
UvotaaaiRTiand DaAvrsa*, COL-
Cotton
r.AR*, STOCK*, CRAVAT*.Nacn
TIIR.,ScAar, fW
ftacy Gaatlamea
Tnll
GLOVRSSnruKMj
and
WHf
of every description Taller'* Trtmmlog* at
Wholesale price*.
Having now permanently located In tbe city afllar*
unport. all wo daalra of mankiad In general la, to
Uok te their own Interests. Give u* a call, examine
our good*, and we will gnaran
tea that tf a good article
at a reasonable price vlU piesMe, they wtli aet go
away dissatisfied.
tt
DAVENPORT MUSIC STORE.
tRANDAI.L It HIGG1NS havo just opened alarM
V assortment of Guitars, Violins, Basfee*, TaiiiiiB
r,:ie». -c, Ac. Alto every kind of Music Bonks i.aw
in use which they will *ell very ebeapforCnh at No'
LeClnire Row. OctSd, rfQ4 SI
Yankee Notions and Toys.
ct
LARGEa«sortmertJo»t*n^nlng*ndfar*eleett
Davenport Made Store
No 8 Le Claire Row: CRANDALL A BIGG
Guitars.
V Large and very finea**ortment ofRosawoodGa
•fv'ri'-u* price* ranging from tSJC loH/U
A
iso
from ssvent) -ARE oenuio t«#ata ITSmi'S.
If ™a* NoS Claire Row. A
Aeoordeons and Fhtiaas.
e
A Large and welliele»ted assortment.Juat roceivaA
to gtvaanttre «aU*.rrtla«
at NoBLe Claire Row:
I ILAUIUNLITLTA, HIILOIF
U FKai utfadawd pncoa at
Sv6 Lq ClairoUow.
Shaet Mualr
A Large oollection on band an (.New j(»aie taaaivaa
aaaooa aa published at
•V o a Le Claire How. Ckl
Holsst aad
A
'HE Ueal Pnoio ForU- ikauuetor lalln uuuArAiak
ardsan's modern ecbout for Piano Portes tUt b*
LiiL
Hid ol KoO L* ClaUe li#a
Feather Duatars.
A Very ilceasaortmeat eatf be found at the Davaa*.
nmtJMaatiLStoza ....
.fog La Claire Mow: cf|
Cases.
Varied assortment ju*t received and for aale law
_at No 6 La Claire How: fl Sk a.»
1 UITARand Violin strings and every kind afMoat
s oal Merehandlte, kept constantly on hai.e at No
ami
!.c Claire Row
C4h a
I I UNTON'Sichovlfor Piatra Ferta,
Carti*battel1
1 Zundels MeleUeon ina'.ruclur ai.d ili (ait aveiy
lnd of Instruction relating to maalc can Ja f0vn4 a
tlie Davenport Music Store
So SLe Claire Rww: 6 A
TheHailelujahj
TUS1
published by L. Mason, cantainlng a van Sa
collectionofChurch Music Alio tbe 5ba*n. hi W
!1 Bradbury and Moot,can be found at Nor La
ire Row: A
'i
v
Aeoordeons oad Flutlnas.
JUSTrecetredby
Eicpreetfrut. New Tork a largo
andsplendid s.eortm.utoi AccordaonaA BlatiaaS
which will be sold cheaper tban ever ofiered in this
ountry:by HOUSEI.,at No 3 Le Ciairt- h««
NBW TORK HABNBSS STOBBT
LTAS been rensoved from Brady u Second Straat
11 four doors Eaat af Brady, where we
ahalt ha plea*
-'d to wait an all who with good article*
in tha hesnae
line. The aaaortinentia the moat complete aver oSat
ed here before. Great pain.taken to pleaaa.
K*ep always on hand Collars. Bridlea,Halt«r*.r*adel
raahae. Curry-' ombe. Fly-Netts of every IM hi
their season. Leather F!y-Setti alia.
Whtpeand Saddle* In abundance. Wblp* from BB
ctaapwarda: Saddle*
from fS^M' to $25,Oft.
Auworkwarrantcdtobe aurecomn ended.
G.
BAFIDS MIL1S, LB CIAIFB,
TTTILLkeepconstanth on hand aid for sale Rlarca
W aesortnem Af I saiher, at Is a MiiBk
plea of every variety ol size for bal dlrg par|«aa
a* lao hard ood forcabinet work and waratnery.
Be i ng
at the head oftha rapid*, ha can obtain aelea
y
edlogaof beat quality and In unlimited qutnllty
aatokeep tbeMlUM-nnnlngevery weak In the year'
crscan therefore befilled on short notice at a^r
a il* arntsheslombor offullslie* aadatth»
I* aet v
rh priti.
Fab. 1855-dtf.
BB0WN McDONALD
Having
open'd th ilr illoring Kstabli*hm*m an
Brady street, bet. 3d A 3d Street 3 d"Ore above
the'owe Baok Store, aad ring eel vad alary*
nd wall as orted slock of Clot s^ consisting of CMr
.lint raa, lloeakin*.SutinaU, Twnad*, Baaven, Ts*t
iug S.itiui, Velvet., Ac.. A fael c*nSdai,t foam
their experience in the busines* that thay ani pra
duce Irst class garment, and at aa raaaoaabla a
price a* any other Tailoring P**abli*hRieht ia tha
city, would invite the Inhabitant* of Daveapait aad
vicinity to give u* a call
Cutting don* and warrant to ft If property
made up. Allorders will receive promptattaatlon.
BROWN A Mot ONALD.
Sept aid 1865 dtf
^fma and Lata Tar aal.
AprlCMuBE'.oOFlHOU-BS,
4.
l.
W. BAMINGEF
D*v»aoort Va\t«th.l654—wtrw-U
ALFRED J. JANSOFT:
Proprietor of the
4 9
LOTS and vacanlXola.
pleasantly situated indifferent parti af the OMf.
o a a e o a v a e e A y o
Jl'LlUS LYTANCB.
Octl1-dtf
UNITED STATES
Expe as Company.,
2
CAPITAL 500,000 BOtURI.
Will GlveSpeclal Attention to the TranualwloaOf
Coin. Bank note*. Good* and Package*and tbe
Collection of Votes Drafts aad IssnsMs
AT A*O iriatu
NEW-YOliK, BUFFALO, LtNKlHK.OlfcVBlAND
Clacliibttti Chicago, st. Louia, Keek lalaad. aad la.
tarmedlate ci
tie* and towae.
THB UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY,
Connect, altb the Am*ric*l, Bxpra** oaipanYSI
Bntfalo. Cleveland A ChkagSi
a«n iTa
WJTLL'B, FABOO
&
gorner
Co'e. CALIFOBMA AB»
EUBOFKAR Bmreaaf
JTTBeparticalar and ord*z Good* "By tha Oattad
States B*pve**Coapai y."^li
ENBBAL OFFl' *-.—»« BroadjayTJIew-Terfc—
ofWe*t
S«u*ca Bufcio, K. T.
BBNWICK a aON,Aar*.
Basar Building. Packet Landing, Davenport, lawn.
Marclrtd*55-d-tf
For Least.
A
Cassimere* kr Putt, Yelvet Vesuags,
Greaadiao Silk amps,
A ad a reaaplata ataartmant of
NUMBER of iOUsUuatad la varlan*parttpf tha
cirv far lease for a tertn of year* apuv to
I'AVKAPO*
July IH,
ST0BB H0USB AND DWELLING FOB HJ&
IN LE CLA1KE, Frsata am tire eta.
THIS
i* on* of thabest hes4a*es eiand* la tha city
of Le Claire. Store Hoaaa 40 feet loag, (we
stnrtaahigh aad aolshed off above ft* a *atly mad
eetl ir.end wtli be sold at a great baagala Csrcash,
Bnqilre ef Daaai^Jaraerrl. latre.orapply ta
QCVSS BAft#

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