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TEBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION)
aIM ear anuuui, payable in adtaiiue otherwise
{ci-fpur**** payible to carrier.
Term! of Advertising.
Out Stuart T*eltt l.intt.
O.is i»y
I*" V'Jii
i into 'i*r« *•!."
o»« •-•i*
fare ,««
tkrss weeks.
l.arrar apace charged at the rata ul 85,WI lor each
addition*) aquare.
Card, nut overt# Hue, S.,OUp*r aanuiu.
K.ir'Mi'U c.tiana an 4Jltl«n»i char^u org-irls. |er
^jjoeontraet* fur yearly advertise r» will bo ditcoutin
,,4 without prevloua uotioe to tfa.
i.ir^a ealictiar^e1 .Inutile 111* aame dimensions i»l
'Advertisements inserted In weekly on reasonable
"v"'r*if.jrr«lli{io»s ami tenovotont perpoeetiu
wrMd aaa n'aa« IV«0 or (.'nut, thereafter charged ha
other advertisements.
fttUssimti
OtMlulnw of DMdi, Land, ul
Insurance Agent,
OSes 8. W. Corner af Brady aad 8il alroeU,
DAVENPORT IOWA.
Dr. J. OLSHAUSEN,
Physician, Surgeon aad Aecouchsr,
OPFIOB—Seeend .Street,
oppoaite tUe
Paawyl™1* Moaae, ..
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
MavlT,lk54-d Ijr
HUGO BRAUNLICB,
TEACHER OF MUSIC
•N FIANO, MliittDFlOli OKUAN,
8d between Ripley and Seott St*.
jtovttport- iuna
GEO. P. WHITCOMB,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
OFFICE,
on cor. of Brady and 3rd sts.,
trf ee lidstreet, Ike aaaM a* to the Mara*1* »ttea.
Uttmi/ta. Jaa.J.lJM.
JAMBS THOBIMOTO*.
Altoraer aad C»Mn»ell»r at UW
ANU NUTAUV fUBLIt-.
AL1I),
Coamlaaioaer of Uuaila for the Stalea of
Khude lalaad, Mlchifan, \Vi»c»u«lu, Sow Jeraejr,
(foe lla apiklre, lujiaaa,Maine,Fauna) Waula. Coa
wticat,.'«uouH, Vir|tlliiaau41«uo«»oe. Once Wo.
MUoamurelal Row batwaau ProntandHecooaala.
Mak »l«t 'M Uavenport, Iowa.
I. /. r«dNTaia it.
Oactara F««I V HIV A flU H,
Practitioner* of Medicine and Surgery,
O«o«, La Claire'* bullaiuJ,H:i.l St near Uratlf.
Sap Ml '44 d.wly UAVKK fuH
1', lowa^
DAVIflOM ft TBUB,"
Atlaruar* aad Counaelura at I.aw
and Notarial Public.
OFPII.'IC, on Brady Strael, l« W»Wier***'» new
4iildiu(,
»AVKSl*OKI', lOW i.
JBkH llAVlaOA. U. 8.TRUK.
ai«li ltu., lifcM.wtrw ^y
ygf OOBLBT.
ATTO&NKT ANl» OOUNaKLLOR AT LAW.
Urnoa—At tba .IC'ua luaortm«a Co. OUca, Wart
tdmi Mala bat. Froai aul SaoouJ atraeta.
apU.'M-wtrw-ly DAVBNfuKT, IOWA.
HOBATIO 0. BARKER,
ATTOH.NKK AT LAW,
DaTeaport, Iowa.
omcK at tba C«»arl Hou»c.
MITCHELL "ft PUTHAM,
Allariter* aad i:auukeller« ul Law.
urrKt,outbe Caruorotfifud aud tlrW) Kirawta, lu
fClatre'a Building. ...
DAvk.N'fORT, IOWA.
6 O. R. MITCHKLI.. V. E PUTNAM,
prti l»tk, IM5i— wtrw-Iy ..
JAS. T. LANE,
Atiaruey at Uw and Plotary Fablic.
Urrn on BrailyStr^etabi»»e Second,o*#rCarml
etal'more.
i)aT«iipirt. Aprl l^th, IH5l-wtrw-1f
LAW HOTICE.
11TK have ttaixlay admitted
JOB*
SOT lal, 10S3
COOK
i I
One iiKinth
Three months...,.
.Six moutha
1 year, no change
4 aquarea 1 year..
a
t-U'U
..ti.UO
N,(U
is,ou
2U.UU
85.SS
(Carts.
I WAS* K. itUII. ... K1I.IUM OOOLi*.
(Attorney at Law.
|,T.i.g« DOOLAH,
RK.VI, ESTATE AGE.NCY AMI LAW OFFICE.
.no. 7 ORE'S BUILDIHO,
A K O a a e
JOHNO. SARGENT,
Vl-TOBNKV AHO(IUl'\«F.LI.OHl
iTILLatteii.l t» tlio protecutlon ofCaaet before the
e irt.il Claim i, ami take charge of any pro
ftaoontt business before the Departments or the Ku
ans** Court. Paper* Intended for Mr. Sargent may
be aent-llreetly to blm at Washington, ». or loft
1
mib M»,er».0»»k k Oillon, Ueveaport, Iowa, Cook,
torrent A Downey, lowa City, or Cook, Sargent dt
Parker, Rack lalanil, 1U.
Washington, D- '''.Mull
10' jS-d-Ginoa
JOHN ~W. THOMPSON"
ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC,
K. 1»II.I.O«, Kaq.,
W a partuarlu oar Law irw. J*rulaa»Wiuilbiul»»Mi
fill kareaftar be trauaaclod la the oamo of Woo*
dituo*. tUOK fc
ft
DILLOV,
Attorney! and Coaateleri at Law,
Daveuport,X»T lit, 1653.
AOSTnf COBBIX,
Attorney and CouaoUor at Law
ANU NOTAKV PUBLIC,
(UIBceat Mackloldt Corhlu'» lCxcUanga O0CC,)
UAVKSPORT, IOWA.
JUarah id, ISM.
no. «. ri»*«R. Jon* J»H*a, la.
PABKEB ft JOHNS,
Altomey at Law.
DAVES POUT, IOWA.
Harlns(forinddttC-partiier9Ulp,will practice Intuit
Mil anrroundiur coituliea. ..
Odlee ater }. Wlley'j atore, '21 st. HOY »O
IT
it. LT V K JI u.,
Homeopathic Phyiiolan and Surgeon,
Proftri hit profdttlonai to ill® I nhabltimn
lAVeuport and vicinitv. l*Aiincrn* tttoutiop
to ibe ir©&t*ool of Caronlc
0 do* «u ^dstfoet #v«r C. Muajfir'iClMlfeiDf stor«#
liv«np rteJan4jJto5-dw-ly^
(JTWRCABTEK M."D.
Phyilclan Surgeon.
Otca on .North aide ofS.l St. two daora Waal of
rady St. Boardaat Dumentaou 8viitl» ai*le olSoSL
Mtweau Brady k Parr\ ata.
DAVBNPOKT, IOWA.
March lath, 'Si.
Dr."A."ii SMITH,
Eclectic Pltyalcian.
OOceon Hrady atreot botween ^ud uiui 3u. Keal.
ilenea oa Third atruat betwaau uiaiu anil Brady.
tpocial attention fcivoii to ibe troiitiiieutol frcrofU"
la and al other chroulo diaaaauo.
April88'55 DAVKX POKT. IOWA
'•B. HICKMAN, M. 1). M. D. HICKMAN. M.
DR8. HICKMAN,
ECLECTIC PHYSICIANS A SUBGE0N8,
Otoe on Brady St, Eaat eido, bet. 84 & »d.
llj^Speclal attuntiou to Operailva Surgery and
nr(i«ttldiaeaaea ireuumll)
7,'VJ-dwtf.
"wfiTP. CAMPBELL.
S'
Sta. Office in the Court llouaO. All "'dor*
P'ltt
omptly attended to.
VI'LC.
14th
''5 J-
RENWICK"ft SON,
WTU AM BO AT
AGENTS, FO HWAH111
NO, STOR A K
AMI COMMIHRION MERCHANTS,
Basaar Landing,
DaVKMPORT* lOWfti
RKS
PECTPULLY caU tho attention of termrra,dar.n
p*ri,and tb« public xouftraUl to ihli MiertlM'
Uittlll.
I h«v will at all thnt»t r»*ndy I •ton1 and ship ev
dttiterlptiun of pro4uc« aud luert'Uaudi**** ta bry
iud on and truiU. by prompvutiu
•iriut atteutloD to the lutorostB of all i««y fav«»r
tUaru wiiUtb^Upatrouag« t« tb« public cviill*
Oaacae
Tho bualumui will t»e eonducl^d and (•arfloJ f9
*pacioiiabulldiur recently ^root®d bv Mr. rul
•»fiMiUd as the Bazaar, to wUUU U »ttac)i#«l a tomm».
«Uoa» lauding for ntaauiiMtata ut all ataic^i bf th® rlv#
aud puM9«aa« advftnUffei favortbU W the [tup rter or
•ldpp«rtnot the loait of whUU l« that no lraya*«» will
b® required from ibe War«bo«i« to bonti,
BoautAihv* Warahonao. M»v ih.^s
____
Apractice
FTER an experience ot llilrteeu yearti In Uie
of Medicine and Suwtury "°",,0,re" ,,r!
o e a a o u a e a e e s o e i U e u a
U u 1
und Iva vicinity. Particular attention wlu bo given
to operative surgery and sestet °f
lungs. Office In rest Office Block No. «, np tlalrsi
on 5tti tt., between BrSdy A Psiry sts.
s
c. moKp, 4. r. VAN PA11I
ALVQEO 4 VAN FAXTEN
(SnceosMra to B. Saaford.l
Wboi««ale aud Kelail Bealert in
flhrocerlM, Drac*, Cheairala, Palnte,
Oili, Otou, Halls, tie.
—ALRO I.N-
PATRNT NKDICINKN, ami Ageota for all Dr. P.
JAYSKH' PKKPAKATIONM.
Brady Street, Woet Side, Vint Door Below
Second Street,
I i i A O O
Oot
MI,Pt«M-trw-ly1
A K i i e K K
EDWARDS 6i CARROLL,
ABCHITECTS AND SUPEBINTENDENX8.
OKPICK, So. 10 Kourt «iory Peat Office Btilldlnft*«
Brady at, Daveaiiort.Iowa.
Jan Indtr
_______
Beal Estate Broker and Auctioneer,
Will attend to aaleiofCltj Property, Lota, l.auila,
Fanma, k».,u Auction—OBce wltkOeo. I.. Nickolla,
bad Agent: Davrapert, laws,
-REFER TO-
L'utNBieii* It CitiwroKD.Cleveland
Caablerthe Bank, Akron, Ohio
It. M. MITCHILL fc Co,I'hlcafn
W M*Ttiaa 4 Co, do
Col.. K Waia-.ua, Daveopnrt. uov l-dtf
DANIEI, I.. KHOIR:Y,
ATTOKSKV ANO COt'NSKLOR AT LAW,
At the Old Poet Office Building,
Brad) atroet, between Plrat and Second.
Dareuport, Iwa. Vc,'63.
C. T. WEBBs
Ho. SO East Second Straot, Davenpert, Iowa.
OEHERAL DEALER IN
Drag*, Medicines,Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Window Olaae,
Perfumery, PueyArticlee,
Patent Medleinee.fte.
RKSPKOTFCLLY
call the attaatiea of the pureltae-
Inf community to ear praeent large atock of
Ooodaand large addition* now epenlug, which wa art)
contdent cannot ba taruaaaed either in price or quail
t». We would lutlta the attention of country Store
Keepera aud Physiclaaato
our prlcea aadgoodabefor
parahailag elaewhare.
VaBillFMedisitieen&iiPhyelateiiaKmcri^iMiacarc*
fully compounded. febll
T. r.itaa. J. w .ariwaaf.
EADS Si STEWART,
Qenoral Land Agents ft Votaries Public.
J. W. STEWART,
Attorney anACouasollorat Law.
SAMUEL PARRBB,
Real Estate Brokerft Awtioneer.
—AL90—
Apraclii'alKnglneenindlnmgthaiuau couuected with
the Office.
\jmLLattandlulhepiiScbateanJealeofrealeatele,
If taaaiur houaee, ooltecllng reafaand alt uttaar
clulina, making promptremlttaacaaofthe sa«e,pay
iacUKaaforaou-r«BidenU.
Wehareagentaatibeprlnoipwl polutaweator Da*
enpartaad wtllaltendtoallLaud nauaragenerally.
Pab.81.
CITY HOTEL,
Corner of Third and Perry Streets,
AC'KLEY Si SPBOCL, Proprietor*.
TH8
uuderalgsed would reapectfully Inform their
frianda and the pu .llc, that they hata thle day
opeaed the
UOTIL,"
for the raeoptlou of annu­
lare aad traealera. it has been entirely remodeled
and newly furulahed. The loeaUoaia
central aad con
vaaieat, aad uo »*rt on the pari of the Proprietor*
ahull ba wauling to contribute U ibaeomfort oflhelr
'"Kxte'nairoSi^auau,with careftilandattantif aho»
tlara alwara la aMaadaaea. Alto a frgt tardeuu
nacted, far the accommodation of Faraaara,
4c.
A alia
re el public pit.-ouage la reapectfally Solicited.
1
Aiuerlcau mn* F. P. P. A.,in K.aga3S #,»•' I
WldcuHfts.
fc«
New York KiBe, *5
Kagle,
Target Slieotlng,
Miaaouri KiBetn and I 1, Flaaka.
Auierlean
Prairie Khootlng,"
4*
'A
Diamend Oraln
Cannon. Miuiag and Ulaatinglu Mega and Barrel*.
BAKKLKY, THOMPSON 4 CO., Agenla,
Corner Meeend and Perry Bin.,
JulySWii-d-wtlyv lAV«*roeT,4o»».
\V.
PHV
A K K
AN AND SL'ROEON,
OKPICB directl) oppoaite the Poat Office on Brady at.
over S. Perry'a Cli»lhUg Store—Kealdance near the
corner of Third aad Ripley aU. oppoaite Spencer's
bparfUiig house. ov -J 'M d'y
k
Burrows
DKY OOOD8,
Queensware, Groceries, Boots,Shoos,Hats,Caps,
Clothing, Salt, ft«
Havliirampla room for Ktoragu we ahall pay partic
ular attention to Receiving, Ktorlug aud Perwardiug
any Goods conaigued to our care.
Caab bald at all timea for Produce.
Front Street,
DavenDort,low.
Davenport Steam Flouring Mills,
Will be kept iu constant operation, and Karnieri-ara
Informed thai we pay atall timet In Caah the higheat
market price for Wheat. Flour alwaj
a on han..
BUKROWS A PRETTVMAN.
4-*-
Dr. N. Barbour,
Eclectic Physician, Surgeon and Aocouohor,
Ilea ratuoved hi, office to the Port Offlee Beildinc. teeoud
surf, wliaie be may
1* foond at all hour., dy*"'1 .•Jj*1"'
waaa not profc.uouailr an*a«ed- dec au
O Y S E S A O O N
[Oppeiile the Pfl Ojicf.]
•rllK Subscriber having received the
Agency for thla place for tne aula of C. S.
Maltby'a celebrated Baltimore Oysters,
will bo pleased to supply the trade, llo-
lels. Coffee Houaes, aud families by the can or doxen
cans. They will be received dally by 1-xpreaa, aud
lor iil« cho»|i«r Umnover before off«rMii ihU, im«r
k«t. (gov. |0 d3o0 H. LwLAiHIi.
J. C. PARKER,
PHVSICIAN AND SURGEON.
SVOULD inform bU frleudi and the pubde inat DP
as removed h" office to the Post dine. butUUnj
Ii aei.iid atorr. opposite Osteite offico. Nov Sod
NOTES
A S
Dubuque, Iowa.
Fort Dodge,
Decorah,
\T7~J~BAKNEY St Co..
BAHN'BY, ROBB A CO.,
BARNEY, DAVIES A CO.,
|it«M AND LAND AOENTS
collected throughout NorUiernlowaa'ul
Remitted for at Current Ratee ^"^Mge.
Money received on Depotltaud interett allowed-
LAS U WARRANTS for cash or on time, to sultpuj
chasera, constantly on hand. D^aleraaupplied on lib
erafterma. Warraitt Located aud Seleciiona made
aud Located for MtrUesula OlaUnee.when fumlaae
«mnaoy orders. Taxes I'aid, and money inveated
advaiita«e»u«ly for nott-wW©w»i. 1 artlrt addrej
Sna the above Srnia by mall, may rely upon their
Jommitaloaa being attended te with the aame faith
iuluist and Ji»pai?h as If presented in peraon.
oct*6d*wtiiu
KUMBOLD
O I A o i 4 U I E
Shop on alley bot. »h aaddth ata., rear of Congre
gUiuuai.uud rfeat of Methodist Church.
June Wtb *54ddr wtf
A CARD.
SAit'i. SAa*li*. H. TUOUrsoM.
i,aaarMOLO
Srs!I!rJur aad Mlslng Powdwv whth we will fur.
nlsh atMiumfactureraPnaaalvthe trade,Powderaerv
ad at live mluutes notice.
July «,1854—wtrw-ly
DK. 3. J. TOMSON,
-r ATE of Mattaehutetts, respeetfully Informt the
ottlteas ef Davenport and vlcjatty that he haa
S&SSA1asss
arils.
P.. N. KA1KR. O. V. TOI.'M.KY,
HATES & TOI SIJ.Y,
Alterueya at Law,
AND NOTARIES PUBLIC,
Orrira- Commercial
St., directly oppoalte Uresir*
Hotel,
aepgO CKDAK HAP1DH, IOWA
A. Ai aiiuiox. P., P. UavuoLua.
SEASON OF 1846,
HlCuiideraigned have formed a copartnership lor
the pnrpoae of
MAKING AMI *Ei,LIN BKICKS.
Such aa Praaeed 8uek,Corn
ten, f'unilnon, anil nil oth
er klmla, by the thonaandor laid up 1B the wall In any
quantity uoderlenBililii.ua. 0*0,000 New Brickn on
haadand for sale. ATKIN'HOK HKYMOI.DS.
Kocklaland.Jan.lt, IH.W (him
CITY
UNDERTAKER.
KKKPN CONSTANTLY ON 11AM),
'.£.1 CpFriHS of orerf juaUty and sise,
AKti METALLIC BVklAL CASK*.
Harr-Heema and Beeidence,
Brady, between 3dand 4th Street, VVeet Klile.
DAVENPOKT, IOWA.
IlKAKKKahvayainreadineaa. CarriaKeafurni.ihed
whendeaired. July 18, less-dBf
T.
fc
sl
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
Shop on Second, R. Island Perry Sts
RKHPKCTPIM.LVbet.
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Melersacet:
Prof. H. A. ACCLB, H. II .Cleveland, Ohio,
I.. FIRESTOM. M. D. Ulerelajid, O., Med. Hup. N.O
A*J lorlnaane.
Prof. Si. Aaaoa.M. D., Cincinnati, O.
(i. H. WOOD, M. J}., New York, Oeulltt and Aato
plaatic 8urg.
Operallona fur the removal of Cataract*, Ptoala,
Strablaniua or Kquintiaga,Hare l.tp, Club-Foo Con
tracted Uaka, Oie, Ac.
Uec4-dtf.
j.r. iuu. r. o. aMAHaoa.
A E N & S A N N O N
Commission and Forwarding
MERCHANTS,
No.87 Tchoupltoulaaat., New Oarctiia.
fe£PUUKNCKS:
Meaen. Watermandc Ryan,
It. A January A Co., Kl, Louia.
Ketf22«,'55d^w^p
B.l). MTERS, DENTIST,
^Offloe on Brady St., bot. 2d and
over Dr. Hlokauut's Office,
Baveupert, lews.
—REFKRKKCES— I
l)a. HICKMAN, I Sravaaaoa A 0*a»*H«J,
Da. PARKBK, I Ma. fcMaa.BaaTO*.
Ma.4* Man. WwcaaeaAM.
I takethla method of recommending to thepubllof
3Ua. Mvaaa.iUatdautDeuUatofthia place—atatwgthaS
employed him to make a full aelof Teeth fur my
wife, which .he haabeun wearing for aome tiiou.und
«au aay that In every particularthay have giveu fait
aatiafactlou, aud recommend Ihoae aialAug Dental
work done to give him call.
Peb8d,-d-w
ACK.LKY ft SPKOUL.
O^aenport, Auy 83^. l8»-dtf
THK VARIOUS KlSDS OF
O u n o w o
UiWt.'»»cTL'a«D at
I.AKL1N8, SMITH dt HOIKS.
H. WICKEKSHAM.
WALCOTT HOUSE.
First Station West on tho lino of the ft
BailfMd It miles from Davenport.
rfifiKuudaxsigaed haafarnlakedthe abovohawseln
ataod
alylo, and la ready toaeoomatodMo all who
aayNavor him withthairpatrooage.
Peraouadeairoua ofpaaalugafew week#quietly on
the prairie, wherethere It alwaya a delightfulpreasa
will 0nd Watcoitto repay them for a vMl.
To Sroai-aM**—Orouae and othergaina abound i^
the vicinity.
Aahareof public patronage la rea^ctfullvaolioited
JA4 UU Mi IsKa*
Walcott.July l8th,lB54-wtrw-tf
IOWA STATE INSURANCE COMPANY,
KEOKUK, IOWA., ...
Thla home compauy-ta now pae|«redJo take risks
on the aaier claaaea of property on the Mutual Plan,
m*i am tJta Cat* pi** J'vr aritk premium, at rates aa
reasonable aa tboae of auy reliable coin|»ny.
DIRECTORS:
Jdhti Mct-'lnre,
tieo. B. Smith,
C. H. Perry,
J. W. Rankin
R. S. Creel,
C. Garber,
N. S. Billings,
T. Wickerahaiii.
OFF ICE l(S:
C. Piauv, Preaidant. E- II. Harriaon, Treasurer.
w. Rankin, V. Prenid't. W. F. Turner, Secretary.
Office in Wither wax'* Block—over Dawson &
IVA. Bo^andShoeSWre, Brady SJ.KK)
Nov 8-dtf
Prettrmai.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
PRODUCE DEALERS,
Aud Wholeaaleand Retail Daalerala
9
BY SANDKliS & DAVIS. DAVENPORT, SATURDAY MOKNING, JANUARY 19, 1856. VOL.—2, NO.—388
|arji man.
C11ILU &. BAKtill
VKK
IIWW U|/UNING THE LUR**-*' W^L
stock iM
P0REI6N AND DOMHSTIC HARDWARE,
At Hildrelh'aoldaUind,on ?%uconJai., thirddoorda*1
oi JSrady, everoBored in i'uvf uport,Which they
arede
tcrmliu-a to aellchcuperior prompt payment thaaan
other houae eaat or went.
Conaiant additions wlll bc madeyf all the lateataua
moat uaeful improveiuentt* iu agricultural luacunea.
Tools,^*c. We wiHatso keepitt «onn«wt!oii a fullaa
aorleu »t ick oflromMtecl, unm. Oil, t*aiuta, Buggy
and Seat Spriuga, Wa^on .Axiet, rtlack»mlltl'
Bullowa,Anvlle, l'ice*,wc:
Oll(Oi i,AK ASH OTMKR MILL SAWS.
I»a vonport, A pi lrttli, 1854-wtrw
IRON
A K
of all description I'oraale low by
1IAVKNPOHT& Lit CI.AIRE.
1JLOW STEKI. lroiuili iocii to 14 iuchea wide for
I tale by DAV KNPORT K LK OLAIKK^
Cj'alsoflat
beg leave to Inform tho r'itiaena
of Ratrenivortand ricinlty ,that they are-preared
tocontraotforbulldlngaofevery deacrlptlon. Proanm
attention given to work entruated to their care. Joo
blng of all kind*
done.
Apl 8, '35-dtf.
A. 8. MAXWELt ill. D.,
MIHOCVV.OCI'LIST&OPEKATOH IIV
TENOTOMY ft PLA8TIC STTEOERY,
S. W. Corner Teatk and Harrison Streets,
AST sTtKL
for tools lrora iucli to i! in. square
lara by UAVEN PORT
& l.K Cl.Altttt.
II OOP IKON all eixes «l»o Sheet iron Oy
I! DAVENPOKT fc LE CLAIHK.
B-XaalebyTTNT
E, JOHNSTON
OCK bIock*Zuik and C'oifi, Autimouy, tot
DAVENPORT Ac LK CLAIHK.
KLLOWiTnud Sinitli-tools for sale low by
THE
K. II. Parrison.
h. R. Ford,
W. F. Turner,
BavonpoW, Iowa.
COPPERSMITH AND PLUMBER.
VSVHK tubscriberlsnow prepared to do all kinds oi
A c#pper work, Plnmbing,Roofing,fcc.aiseageu
•eal jobbiag business ot evetydetorndioncounetled
with the Tm.
Copper aad Sheet Iron buanesa. stove
Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Lead Pipe, SheetLead, SbeetC^op
ner. Bathing Tubs,Pumpe, etc.,etc, furnished atall
amesou the moat reaaooaoleierms and at short no-
t'lioasa
Gutterand Spouting made to order. All
work warranted. Old Iron, Copperanil Lead wanted
a u a k e n I n e a n e o w o k
V
DaAeu|ert.Apl7,lH53.dly
J. U. DLMONr,
uu », perfy .st.belwoenWdand 3A.
FRANCIS JACOBY, JB'S.,
MXW DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION STORE.
Thi»DrugandClieiuicaiStoreouaurroundlngcountry
Hli JObserlbar
respectfully invites
the atteutlouof
thucitUensof Daveiiportand
to Bradybatween Sec-
°nproni hisk'nowledgeandexperlence iuthebuslness.
he can assure those who inay favor him, that they will
be furnished with Medicines of the best quality .pre
pared with the strictest care aud at moderate Prt«ea.
Personalatteatiou wlllbegiven to the compound-
Articles.
Davenport,Oct 1Rth« 1^4-d-lf
HOUSE, SIGH AHB OBNAMEHTAL PAINT
IHG, PAPER HANGING, etc.
JAMES DONNELL A JOHN M. DUNN.
HAVING associated thetuselves
togetbej for the purpose if carry
on the Butiness ol H^USfc,
SIGN ORNAMENTAL
1NG, PAPER HANGING and GLAZING, W BITEB-
AugltS.d-tf
^Dtaleri 1B Owc^ri®!
JOMMiTbI^ AND FORWARDINO MEBCHANTS,
Ceraar Parry aad Saaaad Strirti.
Baveuport, Iowa.
Age utafor the
sale ofl.uftlu it SutilU'sGuuuowdi'
?. .i-
BU
hand one thousand Ki gsaud Cases Kl-
INGand WALL COLOB«G^)uPerryStroot,toetwoei.
tfd aiid3'.Streets.
Would most respectfully announce to theirfrienus
and the public generally, that they are prepare- io ex
ecute PaintingTu either Lead or Zinc aulw loweat pos
sible prices aud In the very beat style. Their lon|' ex
perienceln theabeve Bualneaa warrants them io en
turlng theirpatrouafullsatlefaclloKin any worrthat
may be eutrusted to them.
partlcularuttentlougivento estlmatingou any pup
lie or private Bulldinga. Persons wishing auy ot the
above workdoue would da woll toglae them a 'all .be
ioralettiug their work. TUay are alao prepared la* x
eoute Baunera, Landscapes, Masonic aud Odd Velloe si -a XT \T ft 1 C3
Aprona,DecoratingandUi,ldluglnasunerlorstyleatd I U J\ |_ (j
oo the moat rcaaouable terms. PaiiAsof ail color* ,r
JULIUS LYTANOJ3,
Buy andsell^feeai'Estale, Rent Hou&sand Farms,
Collect Rents, and atleud promptly to ell .butluess
eniruai ed t« Ids care.
Offlos 3d street, between Harrison aad Tllpuy.
English,German, Danish, NorwegUu ajtd S wedisn
languages spokeu Ocr.t 11 1
y
Wll.SON AlP.4nfe.Eir
ENOR&VERB and BRAND CUTTERS
Seals and Seal Presses of cvnry description
CARDS AMD ENVEJLOPMS
1 N I N A S U E I O U Y E
14 0LIVS fTBKT, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sept. 13d!
la M.~U, and
deem
DAVENPORT t[ LB CLAIRK.
NAILK.SpiKeaaiid1)AVKNPC)RT
WHTTJ6
TACK
finishing NaMa,all sixes,foraale
by It LK CLAIKK.
1NOO W OLASS of all sizes, very low by
DAVENPORT fc LKCLAIRK.
LEA D",pure'and"No. 1, in small and large
kega, by DAVEN PORT A LE ULAIRB.
rJNSTPAlSl'TTwiw white, vorydne,for flnlahJng,
by DAVENPOlfr kLECLAIRK.
SCREWS,CUiup Screws, Drlllt, Crowbars,
_Picks, very low by DAVENPORT & LECLAtRB.
SPRINGS
Axlea', NUU and "Washers Wrought
Nalla,8trapHinges, at
DAVENPORT AJ.F. CLAIRE.
OOKTAKLE FORGES, Anvils, vVeeg^ Horao Shoes
1 aad shoe Nails at DAVENPORT & LK.CLAIRE
HAILS.
JUST
received a largesupply of Fence, Spike,Pin
Ishlngand otbor Nallt,for sale cheap bjr
JalyfHn, 1A54 CHILD A BAKRB.
THE ELEPHANT STILL AUVE
AND MAY "1 SEES AT
TWICHELL ft GILLETT'S STOVE STORE,
On Brady, between Sd and 3d Bts.
A
LOT of BE A R08LEY'K JUSTLY CELEBBA
TED AIR TIC.HT, DOUBLE OVBN, FUEL
SAVING COOKSTOVES,
which tor Baking, Broiling,
die. has notlts equal in
tbe world. Also,a large lotot
Poroit Oak, Black Diamond, May Flower, Express,
Pnririe Flower and many other varieties of Cook
Stoves,together with an assortment of
Parlor and Offlee Stoves,
Tin Waref-c.fcc, whleh are offered to the fall trade
at ths-lowwsu ash prices.
All kladaof )ob work done ta order at short notlc
Please call toon.
Sept.8,'55dtr.
McGOWAN'SA
subscrlberHliavIng purt-hatcd the entire stock
ofStovea, Ac., of H. WICKKHSBAM, (dealer In the
weliknowuChartrrOak Air Tight Cook Slove) would
jullclt a share of public patronage, hoping to satisfy
ajlwho may in futuro dual with us, we would luaert
tbe/Olloaring IndoeemeuU, first, we sell both Eastern
and Weatoru Stoves,including overSO Patterns of
COOK STOVES, of whleh to select.
We waomnicvery Stovo weseii, both to operateand
against fc* cracks,-thereby making It greatly to the
advantage of persons wantinga good stove to buy of
ua. Wo keep constantly on hand a large supplyof
Charter Oak.
We would also offartodealers tbcfallowinglnduce
ineuts having purchased our atock in the East,eaa
Mesua to sell yeu Stoves,Tin, Sheet Iron aud all
kinds of Tinner's atoek at Chicago prices, freight ad
ded,thereby saving you expense, trouble
aud delay.
Mr Mice.* being a practical workman, will attend
personalty,,(J ,ill kinds of Jobbing, aocb as Tin Roof
ln£,Spouting,Copper-Smithing,$c., all work war
ranted.
Brady between Front and Seoond.
May Sd, li5.dwtf WICKEKSHAM A HICKS.
^tolinr.
SBARS, WOOD* CO.,
Bedstead Msaafaetnrers, Lumber Morohants
aad BMlsrs lm Planed Flooring,
MOLINE, ILLINOIS.
riiHEoBlveatabllsbmentin the Westwhere
J- SHE* WOOD'S CELEBRATED TURNING
LATHE is used for turning Paisu ATIC
man.
PATBNT
O U E I O N
SUCTION AND FORCE
PUMPS AND PUMP1N0
ENGINES.—The undersign
ed would respectfully invite
the attention of tba public
generally to tkaaa Pumps,
as the best Pump now In
use aimplein their construc
tion coufpncl,
durable, and
not liable
to get autof order
well adapted for forcing a
large body of water to a
great height or diatabce designed for. Railroad Sta
tions, Furuaces, Minaa, Rolling Mills, Paper Mills,
Paetoriea, Stationary Tiro Engines, Garden Englnea,
Wells, Citterns, aad for*U puposaa where a rump
can be used.
These Pumps arc pew Iu uau on all the principal
Railroads South aad U'««t,. ,.
TrysiLVHRamPAL awarded to these Pomps al
kelate Fair of the Ohio Mechanica' Institute
irypull and uarfect aatiafsctioa guaranteed In all
cases whore properly put up, according todirectkoos.
Au. 15th, 1855-w-d lm
FOKHS
Patl*,TaHeLtgt,andot
work too various to enumerate,
with the
Maalii*fi »f *11 usr« tf aay avail«r «r
tattc may aufftal. Making the most perfect aud
beautiful work that/ancy can desire, anohavlngthe
Appearance of cotllf careti tetrk.
June 17,1'
1854—trw-tf
"MOLXn PAPER MILLS.
riiHE subscribers are constantly making a varletyol
I Printing and Wrapping PapersatthelrMillin Mo
line, and will pay Cash for any reasonable qaaiitity ol
good clean cotton orlineurags. Ourtravelfingagent.
Tufa. Churchill wi)l call on the Merchant*'hrougb
eJHul Iowa and pay theiu in eaah or paper .t their
rags. WHEKLOCK A PEliiJVIW.
Molina, June 30th, 1854.
w
A S A W I I Y O I
(jliutou Cennin Iowa,
A Saw Mi.l for sale in complete ruunii order at a
GREAT BARGAIN, capable of cutting 1500 feet
perhour, upright, rotary, cut off, aud lath sawa, to
gether with a planing wiu lilite, oppoaite the terminus
of the Dixon Branch of Union Air Line Road from
Chicago to the Mississippi. Aiiplyto
OEO
N1CK0LI.S,
Land Agent, Corner of 8nd A Main sts., Davenport.
octii8
'I HAT'S SO!
THEM'S MY SENTIMENTS
Tho Best and
FINEST CLOSING
IN DAVENPORT AT
Tl
Jre^re'd au^lVea'd^h^rUM.'^iaasof^lalaes, patt" ESTA^HLISJHMET, ON MAIN ST.
'"""i" DON*ELI.A DVNN
tic, for sale.
J[une«»,J«J
GILBERT, O'BRIEN ft BTCX,
Merchant Tailors, i
Ovcrlhe Store of E. Alden,8d Street, oppvaitc Knapp
& Redinou'e, I-e Claire Block. Are prepared to
furnish to owjer all kinds of garment*
nt short notice.
To those who deairo ajrit tlatt 0 aruirnt, we ten
der a tpeiulinvitation to call ou us knowing we can
fill their orders
speedily w ithuriiele a superior Iu eve
ry detail.
•r". s. aii.esnr. P. O'SSIIN. ». ET'cu.
^-U tV Vf A TTi
ROM BAUER & &LB RT,
Kew WheleMlu Grocery ters,
Basar Building, Front Street, Batnpart.
Deapectfully invite Iho town «wlcoutry raufl
JXdealersto exstulue theii stock. they w I'llnd die
beat qualities and lowest poMihlt.' prlcet.
Oct l0 1P55dwlf
NOW 0PBNBD
A Large Stock of
OctS-dlf
RVTMNF WATER LIME ft PLASTER of
W
ARRANTKD beM
FOR
loots 10) SfyltS.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
ON MAIN, NJCAH FRONT iT.
THK. aubacribar has taken a store as
above, where he U opening a Ireah atock
-t
GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES,
Manufaemred c\ireasly for retailing, wlach he offers
for sale at very
Reasonable Prieos.
either by the i-a«f, di tenor aingle pair. Hi will be
receiving furliier regular supplies every week from
some of the beat n irnufaclories In the Matt, and re
apectfully share ofpubtio paronsg0.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
an here replenish their atoek of Boots and Shoee'at
about aa low prlcea (for eash) aalhey can purchase
them In auy city eaat or this, in ray Aral tot of goods
now opening ma ba tound a prime aaaortmont of
Men's, Boy's aud Youth's Calf. Kip and thick Boots
and Brogana Women's Calf Kip and Ouat Lace Boota
4c., Aa., regular and extra sizes-
D. B.CAKLETON.
Davenport, HOT.5,-dtf
BOO 1
S AJN'U SUUi^
DBOOT
B. CARLETONia now recei ting at the NKW
a k SHOE STOKE, No. 4Alaln street,his
wiutar atock of
Ladies', Misses', and Children's Boole & Shoes
Ladles' Gossamer Ov«r aud Rubber Lace Boots
Ladles'Rubber Boots and Fur Over Shoes
Will sell cheap and ail tt„ods warranted to give
satisfaction.
Gent's Fine Calf pump Sewed and Fair Stitched
walking Boota.
Davenport, Dec31
N O I O E
Spartnership
O- DAWSON & OO have formed a
a mthP. U. Urigga.uudcr the name
and style of Dawson. Griggs 4* Co., to take affect
ootlie lal day at November, 185S.
All persons having uuaettied accounts with tho old
flrin are requested ty call and settle. Oct85
E S O A E
HAlog
VINOiacreased oar facilities f& manufacture
aud dealing In Boots,Miwe* aad Leather, the
undersigned, succcasors to S. G. tlawtou dc Co tlfer
to the citisena of Davenport and vicinity, grt-ati in
dueeneuta than ever to buy their OMS and Shoes at
them. Our retail stock hereafter will always con
lain every description of go^ds wanted by tliu i enple
W« alse are making extensiva preparations Jor
Wbolesaielng Boots aud Shoes, and we ii.viie eouu
try dealers to eall and exaBin. our stock and prlcea,
aa it Is oar determination to aeli on as good tcrineaa
they can be purchased in Leu it or Chicago.
DAWSON, GnlGGS 4 CO.
Oct 85 Brady tt., 1 door from gd.
Boys' Youths' and Infants' Boots.
LARGE lot of the above, uaif, Kip ur Cow-
DAWSON, ORIOOS It OO.
hide, by
Dee 3
Home MwU Boots and Shoes.
Wters,
E make every style and quality of Boots, Gai
Oxford Ties, and due Calf
Shoes for geuie
onshortootloe, ofprimo stock.
Those who want "Home Made" work will please
Doc3 DAWS8N. GRIGGS A CO.
Gents' Gaiters! Bors' Gaitersl Youths' Gaiters!
THE
largest aad beat stock we have ever otfuied.
Fine Call, sewed and pegced, double and single
sole. Black and Drab Cioth Gaiters Pateut Leather
and Buokskln Gaiters, for sale very cheap by
Decs DAWSON, GRIGGS A CO.
Mens' Long Robber Boots.
A LSO Rubber Sandals, Gaiters and Slippers tor La
dies and Gents, Misses and children, by
Dec 3 DAWSON, GRIGGS A OO.
Warm Foot! Dry Feet!'.
DAWSON,
GRia08 CO. have a'complete as­
sortment of Fur-lined, Cloth and Buttalo over
oes, for sale cheap. dtcS.
THE SHOE TRADE.
COUNTRY
Merchants are Invited to call aail ex­
amine oor assortment, which is jiistsuited to |Ut
Market, our prices wlil at all times beats loir is
these otCblcago or St. Mi)la.
Dec 3 DAWSON, GRfOOS CO.
Boots and Shoes by the CaSo or Doses.
LA'•
TTfOrdera thankfully recelredand promptly Slled
by M08S6 6c LITTLER, offioeat Biurrows A PreUy
man's. Front Street, Davenport, Iowa
STOVES! STOVES!!
DUbf' Calf,
Ktp, Coat and KM Boots}
A Mints Kid, Morocco. En Boots A Slipper
Peg'd & tewed Kid, Enamel A Goat Buskins
and other stylet Cor tale by
DAWSON, GRIGGS, A CO,
Brady street,1 door from
Sd. Davenport,
Iowa.
DecS
STAND PROM UNDER!
BOOTS AND SHOES!
I
AM am now prepared for thef Hand winter trade
witk from 40,000 to 50,000 palrsof Boots and Shoes
comprising one of the most extensive stocks ever
brought to this market, made up solely for this trade
darlug the last three months, under the personal
su
pervision of experienced workman. All those
persons in want of good Boots, gpod Shoos, good
Gaiters, slippers ana last, though not least,
CBEAT AND CMtOB BARGAINS
will do well to call oo the euseriber.
Fine Ladies slipper* only twenty-lire eents per
pair. Gewtsflne Boots,$8,50, and all other goods in
proportion. Don't all ritah at once 1
One door east of Burrows A Preltyuiaii's store,
Fseoistreet, Davenport,Iowa. JAS. JORDAN.
Sept. «l, 1855 dtf
CUtsap Cheap Cheap!! I
BOOTS AHDSH0BS.
«Bl J.JORDAN woaldanaouMetotheeltizento
fmi Davenport, and the public,thathe has opened a
^"Ladiea and Gentlemen's boot
and shoe store ad
toiotag Burrows dt Prettymau'e store, one door above
the Iowa Clothing store, where he is prepared to man
ufheture boots and thoej of all deaorfjptiooa.
LADIES BRANCH.
Fine Silk lasting Oaiters,fancy and plain
Koeeuth Boots Enameled Patent Paris
4kets,Ties, Bronze Paride Ark.
Jenny Llndt Jenny Lludt
Butklns Polka Boats
tuck as
Alargeassartmeatof Ladtetand Misses ChlldrenH
8hoee, too numerous to mention.
Alto a Urge assortment for Gents wear
Eastern One French Boots Congrats
Gaitere, Monte rey Jersey Ttett
Plain walking Shoct,
o o o
AadallkinJt of heavy work, suitable for country
as well as city custom all who want a neat (It and easy
bpot would do well tf oallat the Davenport Bootant'
ShoaStore. Callaadsee. Jn«eMR53-34t'
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
HAIGIIT
A SEARS hava now openud tfcstr exten
sive assortmeat of BOOTS aiid s HOES, and are
prepared to furniab superior »»rk to country mer
ehantsasd Shoemakers at Prices that will compere
with those of Chi
(.ago.
Our Retail stock fslarge and ofthe biat manufae
ture comprialeg all styles and everv varety SMALL
Paorna and quit k saleala our inotto—And all who
favor ua with a eall ahall be thoroughly convinced of
tho fact. HA1GHT A SEARS,
Second Sk, one doer from Perry,
MaySl-dwly DAVENPORT.
LEATHER! LEATHER!! LEATHER!!
TAKE NOTICE'.
THAT
UAIGHT A SKARS' New Leather Store an
td St.,
one door from Perry, Is now open
Where can he found at all time* a full supply ol
Leather of every description for the Shoe or Harness
Maker. Findings,Llnlegs, 1-aatsand Bindings
French and American Calfskins Enameled. Sole,
Uoner Baltand Harness Leather Morocco, Koana,etc
Saddlsry Hardware Japaned, Brass and silver
Plated of every kind and quality
Harness and Coach Trimmings
ofall kinds Broad CI ths Enameled Cloths
Patent Leather Laces, Fringes. Webbing, Carriage
Bows, Bands, Hooks, Rings, aud In short every urti
oletheCoach Trimmer or HarnessttakeroouM w(«h.
Wa respectfully solicit calls to examine our stock,
feellnceonttdent we can offer such Inducement, as to
aiakethem oustemers. HA 1GHT fiE A RS,
Sd St, one door (Mm Perry.
May31-dwly DA.VENPQBT.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT WHOLESALE-
THE
Fiae Matches, Jewelry aad
Pa»«yAG-oocl«i,
BILLON'S OLD STAND, i
No- 8 Le Claire Row.
TOfWhish tb« attention of the
??£&&&£.
attantioti of c.np'.ry deslors Is called! to oo
stock of HOOTS 4*D SHOES,
the larawtt In the West, which w^ offer for good pa
ueratlow prices. Wa manufacture here don We sole
.hick all) boots, for those that *W»t "Custom
home-msde work,"
all are Invited to
PARIS
Building,
aug^ldtf Party fredlng.
UME1 LIME!)
Brick end RoV
work
ft' 8J.AYMA&ER A
BARNES' RBo»E*st Dsvsiport, til eenu per
CxIaJW1*
3mU9, iu.
MORE NEW G00SSI
'pHK undersigned woaldrespecilml) Inforwa the pub
1
lie tKm he hasjuat received and now o
pan tag oa
at No. t! Ae
Claire Row, a eplendid stock ot
NEW GOODS,
Consisting In part of
Clocks, Watehee, /ewehry, Lamps, Table-Wan
Silver nod Britannia Halves and. Forks,'
Spoons, Pen-kaives aad Ontlerr
Which added to his usual Stock and Variety, will sat
ii' him to supply
the demands ofthe Public la Meltaa
with the heat choice as to style, Pattern and duallt}
and ha will be pleased to supply then at the very le*
est prices. A. C. BILLON.
Davenport, Apr!
14th, 1A64.
1
Lamps!
A LARGE assortment of Gas, Fluid and OU Lanii
now opening mid for tale low at
mavSO. A. C. BILLON'S.
Gold Pons,
4 FUI.Lassortment at A. C. BILLON'6
C\. may 30.
Aa Open Field and Fair Play.
IMMENSS STOCK OF
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
AT HOUSEL'S, No. 8 LE CLAIM ROW.
I
IIAVE just returned from New York with tba
largest aad best stock of Sue Watches and Jaweir
over before offered In this market. I hava roll
Watches from ASOto 9885. Silver do from S3 to
1st
Gold Ch lias from $7 te g80. Rin,rr mtweMtai
S&i,0O. Breast Pins from B1
to
1 would call particular Atteutlou to my stack »t La
dies'Watches, wMeh embraces a full variety efPlain.
Hunting aud Enameled oases,and 1 think i can suh
the meat fastidious.
In short, ray whole stock of Clocks, Watches,
Jew
elry, Silver aad Plated ware is full and complete
au
nueh largerthan has ever bean broughtto this mar
ket,aod I wlliaall wholesale erreunl at prices tua
will defy all competition.
Repairingdone as usual at short notice^
Nov. 16th, 18 4.
Tabls Cutlery by Express
FROM
the Manufactory at Conway,
Mataachutetta.
Jy# HOUSEL'S.
DAYENP0RT MUSIC STORK.
^RANDALL k HIGGINS have juat opened a inra.
assortment of Suitars, VIOIIBS, Bairioes, Taaatx
rlnea,Ac, Ae. Alsaevery kind of Maatc Baok s ne
in.u,2.*,hlch
,he'"'H
*®1' vary ckaapforCastiat N
Lo Cialra Sow. Oct Sd,
HUXTON'Sschoolforinstructor
SAU on nt.
Chicago, 133 South Water tt.
WARU, DOGGETT A CO.
Chlcaago.BeptM.jHWdAwly
BALLS and PASTIES!
LADIES
and Genie Bufclo Over«hoOt, Rubbers
and Hoe French Boots, Klpsef "I
end the largest easerHneat ef extra ^oMand Shote
that is to be seen in the Queen cities
of the
great North
^Davenport Boot and Shoe Store, ene door below
Burrows A Pretty wan* mammoth store,-
oaite the mill.
1""'"
Front St.
JAMBS JORDAN.
JapSn.
nod 4 Ml stoee,
vtSMy priMa
41
WH°LES»1*
4 SHEPBERB.
Second
an*M»in.
1854
Thnkee Hotiras aad Toys.
LARGE
a tsortment^nstopenlngandfer sale att
DavOnpert Mvsic Store
N»34e«Mr«Bov^ CRANDALL A HICO
Guitars.
V Large and very due assortment ofKoaewood Ga
art at varieas priceo ranging from S3,00 te f4 ,t
Alao Violiuefremaavwnty.flre ceatat
ot went*-0 veilo
laraat No a Claire Row. CA
Aeoordooos and Flntloas.
Large and wellteieated atsertanent just receive
atNolLrci^CS
Vf,U
l#
/^*IlARIOWB*rTs, Plutes, Flageolets, Piealewt an
O Fifes at reduced prices at
Nod La Claire Row. CAH
Shoot M«si
A Largocollestlen on handanuNew 4utic Maeive,
as soon as published at
No 8 Le Claire Row. CAD
Piano Porta instructor ta tne world, Pi
THE
nrdson'e modern echool for Piano Fortes ean b'
u u o N o S i a s a e e e w A
best 1
a
Feather Dustsn.
A Very OaeaasMianeal ean be ftaand at the Haven
A Varied assortment just received and for sale lot
a N o 8 a a i e o w A
GUITAH
and VtoHn strtngsand every kindefMn
oa( Mewhandlae, kept ooaoUptly pa hand at No
O a i e o w A
Piano Forte, Curtis' Cuita
Zundels hleledeon and te test avari
tnnd of inatruction relating to CAB b# found
the Davenport Music
Store
NoBLc Claire Bow: 0 A
Ths Hallelujah,
TUSTpabilshadby L. Masou, ceatalnlnga very (Ii
*1 collection orChuroh Musto AlsatheBhawm by V
Bradbury aud GFBoet.can be found al No S I.
AceordoonsoadFIntlaas.
I UST received by Bxpraaafrom New York a lar(
and plcndid assortment of Accordeona A Flatlaa
which will bo sold cheaper than ever offered In tfci
''•untry byHOU8&L,al No 8 U Clalra Row.
HEW YORK HARNESS STORM,
HAS
been removed from Brady to Second Stre.
tour doors East of Brady, when wefhefl he plea
ed to wait en all who wish good articles in the hame
line. The assortment is the most complete ever offe
ed here before. Great pains takaa te pleaae.
Keep always
on hand Collars,
Bridles,Hal ters,Carda
Brushes, Curij-Comba, Fly-Netu of every kind ii
their season. Leather Fly-Nettsalse.
Whip*and Saddlca in abandonee. Whips from
•taupwarda: 8addle«fromt6,00togS5,0S.
Ail work warranted to be as
recommonded,
D*vanoort May 18th.1854—wtrw-tf
ALFRED J. JANSOIT
Proprietor ef tk#
RAPIDS MILLS, LB CLAIRE,
'IXTILLkcepeonstantly on hand and (jnraale a larr
v v assortment of Lumber, Laths A Bitlsi
gleeof every variety ol sine far building parpoae
as lsohard ood foreablnet work and machinery.
Reingat the head oftbetaplds.heeaunbtaln selec
edlogsof beat auallty and In unlimited-quantity,*
astokeep the Mill*runntngevery week In the year
erscan thereforeheSUoden shoHaotlce at an
a.
e ils ornlshsslumber offuilsltes aad stth
la est rk frit*.
Feb KUS-dtf.
BROWN MsDONALD
avlngepea 1 thalr Titlorlor Rstabllshmem e
Hrady Street, bet. 2d A 3d Street 3 d'lers abev
e owa BJOIC Store, and vlng ceived a larr
i nd wall as -orted stock of Clot i a, conalsttng of Ca
dnu res. Doeskins,
i e
Satinet., Tweeds, Beavers, Veal
iug 8itina. Velvets, Ac.. A feel cnSdei.t frer
their experience In the business that they ani'Pto
duco Drat claaa garment, and at at reasonable
price at any other Tailoring Establishment ic thi
city, would invite tho Inhabitants of Davenpoit an
vicinity to give us a call.
Cultiog done aud warrant -d to flt If proper''
made op. All orders will receive prompt attention
BROWN A MCDONALD
Sept 88d 1P65 dtf
Hbttsos and Lots For Bob
A NUMRE OF HOUKS, LOTS aad vaeantLots
1\ plsasantly aitualed Indifferent partt ef the city
for tale on favorable terms. A^te tTTAJfcE
Oetn-dtf
UNITED STATES
Ex peas Company.
CAPITAL SOOsOOO MLUBS.
Will Give Special Attention to the Tranemlselipant
Coin, Bank notoa. Goodaend Packages and thsf
Colleetiea ef Notes Drafts aad Acoouats.
NEW-YORK, RTT^A,LO,^UNKlRK,CLMrBlASI
Cburianetl Chloaga, St. Louie,Rook Island, and In
termediate oltlet
and towns.
TUB UNITED STATES EXPRBSSCOMPA NY,
CoimeeMMeUh t^Amerigm Kxj^rigt^^om^ny,^
4H0 WITH
WEIL'S, FAROO
Sl
CO'S. CALIFORNIA AID
Br
at)
Kan Emtu!
TRY Be particnlai• ajtd OIAMI Goode "Br tho Umtted
SlateaExprettCompai v."-/lf
OBNERAL,OFFICE-i.-FSS BaoadwayrNew-Ycrh
Corn.rof^.ttS.n.c.^ef^u.,^i&N,Y,
Bazar Building. PackotLaudtag, Davenport, Iowa.
MarcMiTM-q-tf uJu
gated In varioua parts of the
Aclty^lostetoraurm^ymr^
NumiHR of Mttstteated In vario
L'pSsT.
IaiS
STORE HOUSE AND DWELLING
IN LE CLAIMS, Fronts am
f/j, ji, 5
(Untying.
4 FBXSB 0TOCZ QW
Fall aad Winter Goodi,
JUST
A large assortment of CLOTHSt
Htesvy Caster Heaver for Over Coate
Double Twilley German Clothe
Harris' CaSsimere BUck and Fancy
Heavv Satinettsfor Pantt's s ~t
Velvet Vestingt,
Grenadier
hutlll
Silk
Worsted ».
HATS "AND CAP8.
Black Silk Hats
Fur «,
Wool
TS in receil.t or the largest and moot oogsfdioie stoeh
'CLOTHING, OF EVERY DEK» RIPTION
verbroughttotbiamarkct which has been purchased
II Ae Eastern mara ma at
i
received at FDWAKD ALDER'S Clothing
Store, contiatlag part of heavy Over Coate,
:i
ta is.UO to 16^*1
Heavy nder Coats from i iH" 1MJ
Fancy Caseimere Pants, 1A0" 'J®
Htavk
black Vosu, tft
Fancy l,5tf
A ud wanyother klnde of Ready-Made Clothing too
/•amereua *.o mention in this list.
—ALAO—
4
Plnshacd Cloth Caps.'
These goods 1 am prepared to
eel at rtiate as uw
asrhe sameqiiallty ean be bought elsewhere.
1 would offer my thanke to old enstomd e, nut
trust thej get their money's wor -nd earn nothing
•aloat my 0aC-eH to eny I am pteeeeo to
aee them at anytime. I aak particular attfnttoa
e
persona parrhasirig at IThrhtalt, to BJ ode.s a
iieVing i can do batter by them than Ikaytts dp
ordering gods at the Eaat.
Call a«d sea al EUWAHD ALDKH S."oppc_(.
t.e ilaire R.'W 8optt,leSS.
MAMMOTH
STOCK OF
NEW GO' DSi
Al
the Great Western ClotliiBg Store.
XJ.
XIOW enmtein,
Ne S, IECLjMHI*kOW,
greatly redtxwo prices, and
lilt-h he il ?e 1
Twenty- Five per Cent. Cheaper
I au »i,y other esmbdabment in this aeeiie of
,y. He Is also, in addition to his stock •TCIelhmg,
.caiviiygaii extensive no well aelert. stock of
Gsffitlmaea's Faralsbing Good*
•f all styles and varletie» tr which he itivite»attT
ii.o. HleatMk haahoen aeeeted mith-kseatpsr* at
reasly forthis market and at the v«rj lowest prices.
cXxteat.
Variety aad Beauty
itisstnrtf l-si not be eqnhllio li tl ia gWn.epdare
FRESH FROM THE MABUF.-CTMlY
All he asks IS that the public generalb wttieasmlne
•Is stock Mbse puseba»ii.g rlsewh' re, fe«4ii satis
iled thattbi se who cannot be suited iu quantlty, qua
Uyandwrieeatthe
Or-at Western dothir House
:mn it he suited"at any other establishni ot west of
hfcago. LOWEN8TK1N.
Aug. 81. dtf. __
1BC GSEJIT
NORTHWESTERN'
O I K
K n a e n i n E n o i o
On Btmdl St., 8d daOr Ma* M, fFnl aids.)
For the Manu acture ol al htnda of
aver Coats, Dress Coats, Bootssm Coots, 1 aaM
aad Vests
HAVlNGjust
received oneoi the largem and best
stocks of goods aver brought Meat of ih« Mia
usippi: LonaUtlug oi Cletht, CnMihaeiea,
Veatinca, Ac., of every variety We aie now
,depart dtp menufattuielc order any ano«teiy Gar
Client In our line of business In a WgSUM annual ssesd
oy aena and warnmed to St.
Geatlemon's FaialsUsg Ssyartawat,
IsfuUsnd complete, conipiiau.g *l cnOieae variety
of Sente. SBAWU, #*»te and Tancf KiStuir SaIt,
aa/aaand CItton U«na*suiATaai.j D»A»»a». ot*
LABS,SiocnatnAVATa. Rut Tiii.!rAiii,fata slid
tuncy Soaraancns (ittititu-ei. a tmii Niara
Lovna,
of every description Tailor's 1
rinnlia- at
boiteuit pju,»a.
Having now permanently treated in the city oi Dav
enport. ait 11 oeslre 01 uiOlMpd general le, to
luck ta their own iuteic.ni- Give uaacall, examine
our vode, and w e wIL gnarauta-a that 11 a good ar
tide
.1 a reasoi able price will jilaiaee, they a411 net go
iway dlsaatisSed.
A* A STEEL A CO.
Parcnport,8ept. 6,1W5 d-tl
8AHUEL PI BEY,
MercXisuett Tfallor,
HAb
otbatod aaid
fall *m* ol rtneb
aaJ Juigiiab CloUiea. CihUmim «i*d \^uii|i
uiubli- for tb« aoa^vOy whKb be *ili iMii*: i*| la
ladAitUf on ibwt Botiee o&d raaaoratlt t»*m-a
READY MADE CLOIH^G,
oi all kinds for Spring and Summes jruor, *hU*
vtUbeaold aaeha«p uueclMa|/e»t
JLMAJihJA GOODS.
Ageodsuppl) olevery thing aeeevat) l*r jtentle
uaau's wardrobe Syriltg Stf le #S Bmtat
Cues,
1
ruahs, alicrs. dt,
P. S. Would Invitethoseabout to purchast goods
in the
above line to give htm a eall before wart hating
jlaewhere. One price on!) No trvubl* show
ruods. ThaafcAllforpeslfavorshOpeta coiitmnance
tltheaame tahlllA, PjiliH.
Davenport Aprlllf lBSft.
O W A N S
FALL AND WINTER CLOT|U5jP
AT J0HH JORDAN'S
IOWA CLOTHING STORE.
a LARGE and varltd assortnom OIJBa-w*s sad
ABeis Bsad) ssadc listhi|. en biac
ns alitbediSe(enutnuaptro%o at)W.aad
(ood workmen om oitbeberi man rial
I made hy
Fine, medium and common. Union. Beavai Felt,
rtiot. Peteraban and UL sling kaLsy|.s,fcatkaad
PaletotUvercoats Cloth. Lm» eno Ttotl Coab of
'acioutcolor,andqiuult es 'Cloth. Qartiqer, fiati
uet,Velvet and Tweeu Pantaloona SHfc Sal.n. Va
julia,Swansdowo, Velvet. Plush, Ckth,Cestiaere,
aunet, Double and Kliitlt bieasied VetU Aonkey
acketa.Drawers. Underbills, fioetou, Sn^penders,
iloves.Crnvats.Batidfciirchieft Shirt Conaia,Slocks,
u«s, Scarfs, Winchestsi and *cn»i'» appro »c Patent
ihonlderaeam Shit.
s, Vmbrelle»And^ilankle.iiAa|r
y kept ingeutleman'a furnishing sloTes h.diidtig
itobes de Chambrc and Revere Yett» and Otercoete.
Also, a sphtndid asso*
tment o
1 nnce I Cloths, east
.neresand Veatlaga- all ol whUt will ha n adr u| ta
jrderlntkebestmaiiner, with promptnees. staecca.
tnodatingprices, and by competent aortirtn Ible
•aiahllahmentlsin the monthly reoa||t ofthe lateat
tashlontto thatorder^lntrosted to them may hers*
ted upon at being in the lateatetlle b» those who de.
ire It. All manner ol plain work^nd worh of e gea
•.eel medium, promptly attended to as haretot1 re
HATS itf* iiylt together vitb ill^tjiA eoa*
GratsSulfe^SJSiAronage ,the au becrtberc on Sdent*
Marchan tTal
!o raud Olotoly ,nFontsti|iee t. 0|
UetheSteajn Mills.
Davenport.July 8d. IPS5-w4d-tf
U K K A A K A I W
FSW YORK CLOTHING BSTABUWMBNT.
Whslssale aad Retail.
W'E
have
Just received the largest and host as
sortment of PALL AND WIN TEE ClOIB
NO, that ever waabrourhtto this westeri sountry,
onsisting In part of the following
articles
A mar
lean. ItngUtb, French and Gormen Broadcloth
oats, of different ilylesand qulilii».
Wercoata. Beaver.BlanlEat.
Petersham.PftetCloth,
nioa rioth, Lion's Skin. Mohair.
Doatda' Codttortbesame materials
Fail of Satinets, Tweed, Catsimore, Doe
kts rnahmiMeette and Jeans, of everj stylo.
FU&MdHING GOOfiB
Drawer*. Undershirts, HaUvCnM, Bnckahlj Gloves.
India rubber ooats and pants- _Tropt VsHeaa and
OaipeiWe. pita Whitc aad Fewy bao^e Shlrta,
Shirt cXt. IWRANIG'^
andpiecegoodA J*™** totheirtntec-
•?»—jifflS..,.
navesMrt.]
FALL & WINTER GOODS!
TTJST received «t the Qrest Noam Wi»|jaflHSft»
a| Manulh«t»rtnrEmip»riun,eenw»ir or
inn Castor IIMH 0mm flsstiay. Jaasf
(josslmsws fcr Pa»ts, Velvet TsstMPa
Gnaadlas tttt Ssr«T«,
And* ertwnlH* «M»«l|SS'l®f
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