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QQJltwn of .53,100 a* the aggregate popula
OOyt»w af the State 4a the tat of laat June,
::rr*m
60,600 lees than the actual number.-
^be Governor also announces hiiaaalf in
later of a Bailroad to the Pacific, and re
^^^lil^ata the Legislature to isemoriabxe Oot»
|TMi ea the aabjact. |He axpreeaea tba
.Jhope that the Legislature will diacounte
*aaee aisy farther legielatioo in regard to
*(he Maine Lav —bat the moat aigmflcan1
.part of the message ia Uiat Mr. Biratow
"aakefl a formal eoaplatnt against the Gen
^'"eral Ooraraawat for neglarting or refuaiag
to appropriata moneys for the improvement
«f Western Kirers and Harbors.
$Sts~».
Thia sentiment is bat the echo of that «f
the large majority of the people of the
Weetern and Northwestern Slates, but the
leaders of Locofocoism have invariably re-
fused to aid in making such appropriations
wbea they came in contact with the dic
tates of lbs siere power. The trail of ths
aerpent is over all of the national legisla*
(ion in regard to the most vital interests of
tbe Northwest ^Circttantances" end
"aoise and codusioa" prevented Gea. Cess
7'* pursuing aa hoaeat tad decided course
ia this important matter, mad 'obstacles
i anally trivial in themselves but equally
wBective ia tbeir reeuita, have restrained all
l«eofoco aspirants for the Presidency from
voting tbemeelres, or allowing their partic
itter adherents to vote for ear measure
which might be opposed by the Southern del
efadoa.
Bnt the almoat onanlmoaa ssotinenu of
the people are on the poi^t of finally tri
umphing over the miarepreeeotatives by
whom they have bean so often betrayed.—
Per many a long year did the Whigs strug
fia to do justice to the West in thia mat
Ur of ioteraal improvements, but Locofoeo
majodtiea, and those failing, the vetos of
Locofoeo Prsaidents, hsve rendered those
stnigglea ineffectual. Bat s better day is
dawning, end one of ths best affects of the
P«*sent political commotio** ia that ths
faople are beginning to decide different
questions upon their separate and individu
al merits, end ceasing to regard them thro*
the colored medium of party prejudices.—
Be apparent ia tbis change ia the popular
miad, end so plain ere the c«nseqaences
wticil w111
1
f*«»lt from it, that evan Loco-
focos like Mr. Bar
stow, of Wisconsin, ere
trimming their sails in order to profit by
die new breezes. We presume that Mr
*. fierce, from tbi force of his obligations to
,»-»{* *be "diviaeHNigin-of-slaverj" pert/, would
^*to any fair and proper bill in fsvor of
Western improvemeau that night be pre
I to bint, bot he will not be President
longer, and we do not think tho next
occupant of the White House will be a pu
pil of the Calhoun s bool of politics. Un
der the auspices of a chief magistrate who
will be the Preetdent of the whole country,
the West may expect to receive the justice
which has bees so long withheld, and to
waids die election of such a President the
i of Iowa, as one of those most iater
will be prepared to do her part
ExiMsivsBwijreijac.—A despatch from
Mew York states that three exchange draw
•re of that city were recently swindled oat
of Bio,000 by an "ap-town" importer, who
obtained that amount on exchange and then
slipped away to Europe.
The ssme account states that a •w.odle
had recently been success
folly carried out
at the Weet by a person who h&d beeo for
ging the acceptances of P. T- Baraum,
which he negotiated tad pocketed the pro
eaede. The amount of forged paper is
Mr.
HUM'S,
Tb. TH*m ttul
ui* Slftal
'S
ALfKED SANDMLS^Hto*.
"(SATCRtUY MORKIKG, JAXUAOT 10, I6S6
fnu, h„.
Mbas
i*Tbe gu lMftog tin* works ia of rich
fad perdyjuaiitjvaod reaches the consu
iNfra*. |»ipf a it it leaves the works but If,
UMNW I UtMA9%.^KXtMMkL happ«®d»*l the extraordinary cold
amoTmin
Mr. Baratow, the it ftcto Governor ef
Wieconein, in his message to the I.egWa-
through which we are going, it comes
1
o w e o n- 1
take a candle anjr sort, put it in a very
cold place, and it will give but a very emeu
which caanot be excelled thus clearly j§
showing that it is tbe oils ia the gas that
produce the illuminating power.
"What has beea said ia regard to the
quality of the gas to private customers, ap
plies with as great, if not greater force to
the public lamps. The cow acting directly
OR them, when first lighted, the gas and ha jM|fn
condensation commences, and the oil and
gas seperste, and poor gas is burned, and
peer light is given."
Thtre is another item accounted for in
the published report that may prove of some
interest to oar alliens. It is, that when
the gas is poor tbe quantity going through
the meter is much greater, hence the nu
merous eompiainta about large hills. It is
therefore decidedly to the interact of con
sumers that the gas be geod.
BstisasHtj
Tba following extract from some remarka
made few daye ago in the Houee of Rep
reeentativee, by Samuel Galloway, oae of
the Republican members from •hia, very
deerly defines which party ia entitled to be
called National
"The gentlemen who are representing
tha peculiar Administration of this country,
join with others in characterising us at sec
tioaaL Does it become the Pretorian band
of the Administration, which rode into pow
er apon a high tide of popularity some two
or three years ago, and has now dwiadled
into a feeble insignilicance—does it become
those gentlemen te taunt us%rith not or
ganising this House? Where ie the glory
that characterized that Administration some
two years ago1 Where are the prestige
and the prosperity in which they then glo
ried? Ah! where are they? Why have the
prosperity and power ol that Administration
become ee suddenly and sadly obscured!
Has it been because your element of nation
ality baa reduced thafpower of the Adminis
tration? If so, I can only ask an increase
of that same element, aad in a abort time
the power of this Administration cannot
be either defiaed or described it will not
be a calculable quantity. And now, Mr.
Cletk, I think it is respectfal in those of us
wJ»o constitute a plurality in this House, to
ask that we who represent the most power
ful coastituency and the preponderating
vote in thia country, ahell choose the Speak
er of this House. I have se other way of
ascertaining what is nationality, except by
tbe expression of the nation. These gen
tlemen may be national ex noa natione, as
luetu was said to be l*au a turn lucendo.
Bot we are national, becauae we represent
a larger portion of the Jree people of this
nation than is represented by both claeses
of our opponents on this floor. Bo far,
then, as numbers are concerned, we claim
the epithet of national and so far as tbe
great, distinctive, pervading, penetrating
element of all that conatitutes our glory
and our grandeur is concern- d, Fretiom, we
claim to be national."
MoiTXKAr. A*P Lirutrooi —The Mon
treal Oroaii Company have given notice
that in first class screw steamers will form
the line between Montreal and Liverpool.
The steamers are named North-America,
Angio-Baxoo, Indian, Canadian and Sardin
ian. The vessel tint named is to leave
Liverpool on the 23d of April, and after
wards tbe arrivals and departures at aad
from each city will be aemi-monthly.
"A bill is pending in the Legislature of
variously eeOmeted at from t20,6pG to Kentucky, providing for the recovery of ex
980fi00. emplary damages from persona who shall
BtrrtoCATio* ,t C^xcT^he Boone ^r^K0 7 t°
Co. (lad.) Ledger, ststes that three inter-» f' ^A »»aka to the relief of the
aetlag young l«lies, on going to bed at a °r
near North £2, Hen^rkks'
the next morning were all found dead.
The vegetable and animal produ a a of
the United States for 18&5 are estimated
at about three thousand militoni of doiiare.
The Know Nothing State
Conve%tk!i#of
Conaecticet have aoniaated William Minor
fer Governor and Albert Day for lieutenant
Oovernor.
e-«™.ofci,«.,o.
Z
oi 11)4 cents per week.
Tn PAW* PLABT—It will be remem.
bered that a Mr. Beaumont, of Grand Co.,
Wis., claims to have discovered a plant that
yields two fibrous products—oae resembling
cotton, aad tbe other flax—that are partic
ularly well adapted for the use of paper
makers The BuAaiu Daily Exprm aay»
that it
given this matter some atten
tiea, having submittal specimens of the flat
of the psper plant
opUtioo of practical and sxperiecced' pap* I
maDufscturers. There is no humbug hat I
The plant
irowe readily, is easy of culture, and yields
X*t of the flax abundantly, aay, from three to
Ave tone lo the acre. The product ready
for the mill is worth at least fioo j*,
toa Tbers is slready a field of this plant
ja process of callure Wiecoaain froa
received oar geaplss.'
0ther^-
K«M
county, a few evenings since, took a .essel from wai.t, and thus
of live charcoal Into their bed room, a»d on 'U "t0ne
ol ,he
meat sustained.
P«y«ento( a sum
f°r the b#"eave'
Tbe 0t. Crotx (Minnesota) Union says:
We saw an iciele yesterday down at Mc
Kusiek's mill-race, which wa eighteen or
twenty feet long, and iu some parts between
four aud five feel in diameter. It was the
king of icicles.
The Pittsburgh Chronicle claims that tbe
1
T*.',h"
mcDi tdvanMd Iblif rat*, of advertising. 'y v l*"!
N" V°"
p"""1 1'
1 ,l
tefwiBf,
..Vcwiat
Si. Louis BlTHbliiwd a statement giving tors
t!t« refsonffortitfailpre of the gas to burn eorrefpondeat of. the N. V. E*emnj Fast
SithM t#f.? U« thu«*cco«aU for it:- fit abb- to make the folioping satisfactory FV
4n
contact with pipes in an atmosphere severa
ilegres# below sero, oils in the gas,
copioug rtun ol
,nu
Uc^tlT*9 wriun JWI\'f WIIB wmm
e o u
or ®o
gcalfffi^WTeft in the pipes
that the gas which reaches the b#rner l«r display of vehenfence. MoW, notwith
poor, and gives but little light. The ceM
4
gjanjing
t^ejr
light and if pat ia a place where the oil in en#j
N o e n e n w e e e i e i e n UU TUAIJIV FLFVUIUJT WIL AL
liio ATudtiCtA ft vftiy liTtf*1 coBwBMtion 40 ||m||a kirinff it4 ofifin in (ht Quiition of ...
Ite ^ipes, and they freexe. We
siMry,
is thea^ in the gas which arid the lamb of the North, lie down tceeth- i
minaung power. In proof, let any person
ef in UOft
differences are subjects of good-na-
tor#jcomment.
it would freete, U would give no light at well-fed alderman, at the .actional1
hoYdame, which gave bat little light but
The North is so strength-
tlltl
all Payne's water gas made an intenMly ^manrtrtticn of its diminutive opponent. irui^*iVsm«^'1aAuJr«nt p»r UK* pa«h luarntov.
kill litiU limK( hut ... Ml a I .1 ... -k.
And when uch mWJ B6
sj,
BOt
with indignation, but with
their former useless ambition to impose ihem
on people outside of their own boundaries.
After a few more attempts at slavery propa
gandising, it is hoped, they will subside Into
wiser, but not ssdder men."
•eimea Ledge at Frismsseni
On the evening the 7th inat.. tier
man Lodge of Freemasons was installed in
Boston by the Grand Lodge of Massachu
setts. Tbe following i* the concluding
paragraph of an address made to the newly
constructed lodge, by Dr. W. Lewis, W.
G. M., of the Grand Lodge:—
And no.v, my brothren, 1 eliarge you to
persevere in well doing be strictiy faithful
to the trust i-omtnitted to you. No longer
foreigners here, hut brothers, come share
fully with us the pleasure of dwelling in
love and unity. E plur&us unum in Ma-1
aonry as in citizenship. Embarked with us
in a glorious caine, strive to excel ycur as
sociates in th emulation of who con best
work, who best agree. And may God, the
God of all nation*, of nil tongues, hsve you.
in his holy keeping, now and forever."
The ceremonies of the installation ware
concluded as follows:—
"The Grand Lodge soon returned, and
subsequently the lodge wss addressed by
brother Waiibah-Goosfi, a Chief of the ^ev
en Nations, who was present in hia official
costume, and had watched the proceedings
throughout with intense interest. The
Chief spoke partly in English and partly in
German, expressing bia delight at what be
had observmi, and his best wishes the
prosperity of the Lodge. He afterwards
conversed fluently with some of the mem
bers in French, and it is said he speaks two
or three other European languages."
T«E IXOIAH WAX.—It is aa excellent
maxim, When you have nothing to say,
bald your tongue. Our Secretary of War
is one of the last persons whom we suppos
ed had shrewdness and caution enough to
practise upon it, snd yet he has just word
ed an admirable instanrp of it. We Were
waiting aitb much curiosity to aee what re
ply he would meke to the attack on his In
dian war policy implied in tbe report of the
Secretary of ihe interior. Mot having any
thing to ssy, he eays uot a word except that
the war 1« suspended for the winter, but is
to be resumed in the spring. We hope be
fore voting means to carry it on, Congress
will find out what is sbont.—N V Trft
101*
Number of Hops killed in the city of Cin
cinnati and vicinity, up to the bth day of
January, 1356,257,840. Reported by Isaac
R. Vanausdal.— Cincinnati Times.
cil which would
inscribe indellible characters upon paper, so
as to supply the piece of pen snd ink, would
make a fortune for the inventor. It lias no
doubt such an invention will yet be made.
DETEOIT PosT-OrricK.—Tbe Detroit
Tribune of tbe 17tb states that within a few
weeks preceding that date, the loss of let
ters containing money or drafts, either
mailed in tha Detroit Postoffice, or sent to
Detroit from other punts, have become
alarmingly frequent. After mentioning a
number of individuals and firms who had
lost money, tbe Tribune says,—
"la
r°rk""IE"'b"a'
^agreed upon an uniform rate of subscription, THE LIT* STOIM —Accounts aay that
lbs price of three duly papers in the city, the late storm extended from North Caro
belng now B®,00 per annum, or fifteen lina to Halifax. Its rsnge eaet snd west
ceau per week. Tbe price of tbe T*me$ has aot been determined.
bae also been advanced to #££a per year,
NOT ao Rica !—The Rev. Win. iierrian
has recently made a statement denying that
Trinity Church, New York, is eo immense
ly wealthy as has been generally supposed.
Iu whole property does not exceed, he
says, some four million* of dollars ita an
nual income is *64,706 and iu gifts, loans,
and greats amount to 9%fiQofioo.
Tbe sbove reminds us of a saying attrib
uted to tbe fete John Jacob Astor. He aaid
it wse very fooHeb for men to be desirous
safe it is to send money through the mails.
We advise no one to trust hereafter to this
dangerous medium of transmitting money."
Benjsmin P. Lemtnon. the beautiful boy
I?!™?:'
°*'Fr*:
W. V, N. Livingston, a specimen of de
cayed New York aristocracy, and descended
from one of the "fi-st families," has been
airested for a aeries of awindling operations.
He has spent a large fortune, and has for
some years lived by his wits.
Jftore .Vfw Booh*.
At ths Iowa took Booms, Bo. Brady Street,
Between Sd ft Sd.
fr**cott'» Philip lie Serend,a v.|
w
Th« Annals of Sen FraanciKo,
Macao lay liievory orBbgUna. 3dk d.
The Life of Oeethe, 8 vol*.
'1'he Seng of Hiawatha.
Seiectlone from W. s. Kaiidvi
The Uid Red Seodetoee.
Tae Pre-Adamite garth.
Foot Prlaie ot the Ceeato,.
Keith ami Mas.
Leeves from the Tree Udrae,!
Kale Weeten.
Maarleue Beblnsoii
Henry Sin and hie A wlte*
rathartae td of taedi
Mlmle Ufe.
1
lot mao
fK**eMad of
U WM ricil
The London Nem» sapa strong and earnest
applications will be made to Parliament, to
1
paas a reetrictive liquor law similar to that
of Maine.
ExT»Aoaw*Aar.—New Orleeae papen
of the let contain accounts of a man being
idee* of Alroeleua Judgaa.
Jeakaoa aad lee Orleeae.
tamp rirea ef the Med Men.
Kit Bern's Adveatere*.
•r.. .. tflOTliin I Wheeler 4i WUson'* famll]
o.
o.
.t.-jzu. u* L- /via., it.i k*moii .:««»•«' .-:.|ujf. Jan'y. 9I»I. ft 41 o clock P..M.,*»
ra and tni^g-t at Washington U*ty, tne ba,.in «»ci u-u. beiiran»«u«i.
Bv nrl«rnr iJwjRucetneitMwI.
1
Formerly, win n Souiliani men were uois- ^t_lllc
K. it. ttljfpiiWUU^rac!
IH v i
reflections:— 'k i W B0TI0B,
"It is surprising
"hat a^iflefonM his tb• KWer J. H»*TZ«II. wilt deliver the
kea place since a* lata, eleetions attbe hi* *eriea at thrMUn chapel $n Sunday
North, in the feeunga of^t'orFgreafunflT on
asst. Subject,
treats and revelaiTtMie.
1,1
df srM(
extreme pretentions lately put forth by **«ufcru,i-.stT.»STo«K»,a..Co--1.
they will be surprised to tind how little they K, ,,(.tull(u|
huft
,n
light are good, but after burning a few houra ||jejr |ocaj juivileges, ihey will wonder at
Hftiejaiiify•'**_
'exciting subjects' that used to rvoke K01ICB. u°emoiun«. a«j u.iw the «aia notehavinibocomc
The
UJ1,i
K„4..( ot
qJ* thf»ir pr^pi^#U" or dnvait a timi* a«ii At ntftnnartittaurttid tottttead, i.fi1'"T.L*^Wedu«»4ajf Vo7tiof ejbr
lau itsJ-at
the prolongeil contest in the i Matiam
both parties, the lion of the South ..^'^tfcu^Uk^^aWk.'tt^aito'oii Sabbath
peaceable fashion. Even I
MU,llh8i.du,pti,lckurcii,c«ru.r «u
Stl
upriA,i
jt can afford to laugh, |ikc a pur-. »xrl^'
orter
d* aoBk*ftC lit put ipirilt of Ittrpentine in ^|m| propose* to acluJt MasMchutetU atrmLO GVES-SHOSS:
it.it made a gaa, for illamlnating power,
members lrom their iettt in
,u,jt0r frtm s****'. Jaais-i*
derisive laughter.
The general impression is, that after the Nam*. Hi'Lt 4 parish have ibu Jay beou ...
Southern members have once been set at i»a»eiiport. a* rood barxatiu as can be obtained in may i«i«r
rest bv modprate hut decisive leifislation, I
house in tbe city.
reel oy moaerate uui utcisive
leKl"1*),uu* uvSOX,GHIUOS
See Adrertlaement of
OodgM*
We ststed a few days ago that the Pres
ident was hsving the mesMj e printed in tha
White House. We have the proof of the
fact. The cases and stands were moved
from the Union office and placed in the third a the aurtiuu and Fort# priaribiee. The pie
story of tbe President's House during the ral*e», iu all ••«, are of the Cat Bail metal
F. Trutiem Sale. u
a»a B«a«
tM*«aport,ieu Jan., wue.
i^r yriCFIS
rt^#7.fclilleaU/llwil4MjBUBU#faf4p.,Uin«Uc«
of Ala- so ot«. i-erwffS.
u,e House, he
JvU b,
DAWSOS,381GUS* ca.,nr*.
CO. bsv* r.wlrsl to day i
Ulo,e KUI
«-iM.bl^iiable »lylei.
the quiet fnjoymentot
AD-tJHtOA- MAff
Patent Doable Acting taction
aad force Pomp.
THE BEST PUMP IN US£
DAB
night of Thursday last, and the message has
been printed under the eye of the President.
Mr. Wendell superintended the fixing up of
the office in the President's house. ari
ous notes in the band writing of the Presi
dent were sent to the Union office during
the night, the contents of which w e will
publish if necessary.— WosAmptoi Organ.
,nnalilau. Riablnif than as
Iter hot or
cold liquid*.
I with it expreaaly uuderatood thai there i* ce
leather packing er relvee a boat the pump, wbtch
make* them lea* liable to get aut of oreer—then
Ihoae pump* uaiug leather.
The No. 1 pump *111 raitc stout g*llona per
hour witbeaee. the power ef a aingle iadlvidual if
•nflciant to throw a atreaei upward of BUy Icel, from
a heae pipe, making It a very eflleleet Ire eogiue rea
dy for n*e at ei y moment.
Call aad*ee one le operation at my Shop, »u I'err,
St.,bet. Sdand Sd Sta., Oaver.pon. iewa.
For aale by i. H. iJL'MGNT. i
Jaa. 18-d3m i
Valnable Seal Estate I
AT FVBIIC uir
BKourt
Y virtue of aa order tee aad owt of the County
ID
""7" "j low*, to me
directed, I will oFer tor eele al public
give blsck Stroke and oatcry,iu front of the Court Houae In tli« city of!
Uavraport inaaid coonty,on Saturday tba ma/A dif
f. iranry MSI,al one o'clock f. M. ef eeid day,
theiollo
iwiug property, te wit: lite north eaat quar
ter ,.f the eouta weat|uerter of *-tlron,irhieen(
towr.«hlp eighty (rib) north of renge lour (4) eait or
the 5th principal meridian,Iii aaid County, ccntaln-
'i1
Ing 4Hscree, having running water end abrmt twi
ni'-r-f of timber lane thereon, late property of l.nke
Alaniii. deceaaed. Tbie la a laoat deairable proper
ty, eligibly alutat*d a a Blaeeefpuolic be«!n««a, ou
Ike iHtbuqoe road, II arllea north el Davenport.
Terms—One helfinhand, remainder In on: ear
with intereelal tea per eesit. *ecured by le"d or
traat.deu. JOHN MOI.NI.
Ouardlauof Jame* Martin arid Charlea MlMin. mi
nor children of Luke Mmtin, deceaaed. V
Davenport Jaa IS ISM die
J. C. THOMFSOB'I XZBCAVTILB OOUBOB,
Cemmsrelal Baildtng, Brady between
Front aad leeeai treats, Baeeaport, lows.
'pHlSlnatitatlon preeeots ea porter faelllliee te gen-
"There sre undoubtedly manv ntI,Ara i t'omea denrotia of obtaining a practical buaineaa
nil
y
Others who education. Tbeoeurae ofMedy embrace* Single and
nave lost letters. These cases came to our Dooole-enlry Book-Keeping as practically applied
notice in conversation with a sinffle crnn.
1
toallklDdaorbaalne**. Tbeiehool te in eontinaal
tinman Th.» ... I ®0n aeaaion, and atudente being iaatrucUid Individually
tleman. Iney are enough to show how un- and not In claaae*, they may enter any lima. For
partienlaraaddreea the principal by letter or other
wiaeand receive circular. J. C. TKOMFhOK.
Jan I* dSm*
i n lied State• Expresu Co.
A jonri STOCK CO -Capital BSOOOOO
"i6'»»•"'" T7jr,rus^ si':b?.::'^r»".
oy Exhibition, died a few days a to. seed I fiTieeead tbeoaatr w»t.
five and a ball years. Print if Ml GJU«, -W Broadway, N. T.
ISKeneeeHt., BaOalo, .V, V.
PaorHiatox* aas ntaec-raa*:
U. N. Baaaci. K. P. WILLI***,
i. MrKaV, A. H. Htaaev,
T. JK. Jiau.
Ottlt'ea on Front fit., Davenport, towa. (,ood» to
be transported eul be delivered e* follow*:
Oelng Kaet at 4 P. M.
Wert "8 P. M.
Davenport. Jan 17 dtf HllUdi PAKlfjH, Agt*.
STBATXB
the *ubacrlber on Jan Ttli, ld.M, s white
1/ llorte, about 8 veer* old. He had on haraeee,
with bame* painted red, when he left. Any Infor
mation of hi in will he rewarded by
W. D.PORTKK,
Agent Wertern SUge I
iii.rairl, Jab IS
'ii dwtf
•fWIire.
Pplease
EHhOilM wiehlag bargain* iu iowi, Lota wl
apply to OAVIOSOM & Tltt'K.
DerenportJaa 15 'W A.C. FtlLTOW.
HTITCHINC
A I N E S
Ii*comedeelrahle
,i ia toaeve labor tn tbe
frriTCHlNO DKPA HTMKMT
juat aedaeehow ee*y hledeae. Thesubtcrlber
ha* the Ageaey for the beet 8Utohln|
lauiiljr use gene
rally, and tor Sue work
1
jeu ts
Qt. ef Barrlsen a Front ra.
ha* the Ageaey for the beet Btltchlng Maehlnee for
kit haa no iuw*|
..v.. rwS UTVMfl, «HUM. .ad for Qulliillf
Gaaruenta, Hemming Fin*Mu*llD,Kdging*Iu*ertlon»,
Ac It w«rke admirably.
Wheeler SI WUsoa's famllr SUtehlag iieehlaee at
Oeela epaaaUaa row
perthreer*. ./It call
I and eumlae WM. A. XoVtLM.
WettaOtlU., Aag.10, M.
ww«S5g3^'»t,.•li'sy.v
i»«*,n»ori will u*«t fnu0,*Sl!
0u»«r«nea"
Hauucmann Uls iroml***r note of 1U11I date. Tor
sun of ono humtrcil and Ihirlv four 61*100 aoii
it ad payable on tli« tlrnlday #f Novamt
on tha day afor.'iald.'.excwt* to
Truitee, a 4e- of taut. els» eying fer th
afori-Mid, to Iho udpralMrd a» |r
toll.iwla* uam-lo o(%nl ja scott c«nt}
iwt lactajpnf
jr evening
It: The ttouth Wcrt^uar#uftlnsJW
tor of Section iuuiibafU(wf. IGti"
.mt oib.
Jan l.ri, '16-die 1
JleaAer, have yea a Crieket la year Bouse,
li not go u TW1CHKLL A UILLK'IT'S aul K't
our. At»o,a,l'e« BlarV tMitmnad'iand riiaiai C'nal
I swlingStoves.
Girc
JJH.10.1W-U
TWtCHIil.Lk01fcl.KTT,
ciriTMf MUX.
The uaderaigned bate due of "Feltoa** Portable
Grist Mllle"ln op*islt»n and are |rAiare,i to (rind
earn in tUecerorahelledaed aata into i*rl -and to
make evceltem k-orameuland Graham dour.
Wei 111 also ad as A*rnt» Tor tliosale .jfllie above
Mill, and any one deaii lng to punitaae, way aee far
themaelrei what the Mill can do, by catliac at our
aland—corner »f*d and Kock Ulaad fitreeti, Paven
port, Towa.
i'lili Milt kai ]1M bera introduced by Jilohols,
Loornis A Co., Wilfrom thefhert trial which we lure
|iv?u It, are think it a good Bill. One that fill ae
c.impllsh agieat deal with little pewer.
BKCHTKL, RKINNKR A- BI K81.1,
Pro. Datrnport Plough Factory.
Jl.reuport, Jan. 14 dvlw
Whet ever) body aayawutl be true.
tio toOk IMKTON'S Xew Store for Heixaiua, cor.
ner Brady und Second Streeta.
Jau.K-tl
.f0±3 PKlN Tl N (.
Harlng got our Mtrmm ff«| Into operation, we
are now pnipaied to eieoate with acatMM sad dct
pat.h aad AT L0WB8 PH1CKSTHA.N KVKR BK
FOitK PRIKTKO l.V U.tVRNPORT, all kludt of
RLAXB AHD RURCT JOB WOMX,
f/oia a label or alogle naaie up throagk carda, lian.l
tiliiaand poeterato buoka. We aoliclt Job Work or
rery d^acrlptlon. at we hare all the appiianceafor
eiecnllng It rapidly. SAItPRKS A DAVI*.
1W. 9», 1«45.
Mosey la loaa ea long time at
i*ee.«». a. rojtais DUVVS.
Meases for Beat.
dec 90-tf Enquire of L. P. PARRHR
J«o. A Oor,ef«hr«eur,u aa Aeaol fix UM lavaa»r
Paili and Weekly
Oaaetla. aad n aatherued to reeaipt ia
aatna»e. BAmEU fc lltTU
Oae MtUiea!
1
own*hle
Hovenly-elghl, ,781 north of Kaiiice uumlxir rfn'^ i^
liu utia u«r
..i.
NIU
uuw
And lLo SBill i. Ht»rrin|r..»r., h*»
1
iw
.fU»ftCi44rBgjUloaBlChurch igm mir*IImii fcjr o«ivg Vtolveti, Flo»«i», Faath#ri. #0
at »lk i i!tn A.. A a general aasortment ol MUUaary Ooediy
i'J lo pa\ iht» RBtne. I, Andrew J. 1 ru«*
R„I #D
said nay,*t tht* fourt HoBae d«or,in the elty ol l»av_ «f0rk Collars, Uader-SUfcves
euport, exfim: and oflfcr tor Mie tbe abuvo.te»cr b£l and Kl
panel of iaud,»r ao moeh theroor aa shall be tuflt
olim to «ati«fy end pay ald note with the lutere»t
tbereon, lo the (luc oir gafuienl, together with ail
coat* and exjwnw auendiiig aald aale audofthla no
'''niited Jaauary Uth, A. iK^ese*dtiJ"
.« VJiMO. i
&KOCF.R
rpltK
l,(KMttMM»
faet Uresaed aad
tindreaaed Fleorlog, flrat quality, fur aaie at our
Planing Mm. ^ecllif. COTtS II DAV1KS.
Five Huadred Iheaeaadt
6IM),UOO Met flrtr
quamy Oreased aad 11 nd/eud Kldlag. feraala at oat
Lumber Yard. .declitr tDTf 4 B.1VIK5.
taeeei(«t FiMTiKiim Dnmd Flcorlog
rur lain by
dec 1 w Bl'RSKLL, Ull.LFT Jk CO.
Orsat Cbaase tut BargatasT
JeaTor tha cinln*
aprlag to oXer lor thair laapectlbu to'.'lfringJont lo order.
a Witer aMortini-ot andclanaof riekandjitt —,•»«, mnmm*}
thathaahrreioforebeen bruuehtto thuwe»i. TO MmM'j MUvmmmWWtti*
v_—
s w i
FHF.E OP CHARGE.
ilavlog ail tbe faclitiea fer making the moat am
ketabla Sourand feeling that we can aelt both deal
er end cmsnuier. we reapertfnlly eolicit a lib ral
share cf pubtlr patrot.age.
BAKTLAT, THOMPSON A OO ., Agent*
J3B ts-dlf Davenport, Iowa
Atlanta aad Interior Banks.,
Waotea.et
Kaheli continue to receiro and pay out i.«
Iho above Bauka ai vte have doiir
•inca their orgaaiiatton i, aAer, tbe 15tb Inat. and til
furthernatlce. [Jauii: COOKfc BAKGKNl. 1
Soap, Caadle aad Lard Oil Factory,
JOHN MATTHES,
FBOVT STBEKT,
Davenport, Xow«
Utiii UiUut ua« always an hand'
July", '15-dly
E A
DRY
aad for the Coanty of Scott, State of I
S A E
GOODS!!
ommencing this da
1 N S E E S
CHEAP III
Wl
STOflE,
Where all ilio^e who wish to purchase good
good# at
Lower Prices
than at any othor utore west of hn'ii^u are
invited to call. These tfooda having moHtly
lie en bought for OA8H from tne
NEW YORK' AUCTIONS,
lie can well attbrd lo give all who may I'avor
him with n call,
(iOOD BAKCs'AINS,
iu all kind:, of goudeiti hin line. lie will '11
FEENCH MERINOES
of which he ha* inont all colon,, lrom 76 eta.
to $1 per yd.
Debages,
a line lot selling- from 12!a to 20 c. per vd
ALPACAS,
We have a large lot of these goods which
we will sell lrom 12'., to 50 et«. per yd.
BLK. COLD. SILKS,
which for CHEAPNESS cant L»- Hi HT.
EMBROIDERIES,
A large lot helling at Auction Price*.
SHAWLS,
We will 1. mi- mil our Shawls at
O S
In uhort we have mi hand the
LARGK8T STOCK OF F.OODH
in Davenport,
and will sell tliem Cheaper than the hame
quality of goods can be bought w est W\v
Vork.
R«*inenib«-r the Our I'ru r. i
CHEAP NEW YORK STORE!
Jan9-dtf WM. INHLKK.
WANTED."
'pWO^HoHSHS, HAKNKSS, at,d I.IJMifKR WAG-
US, for which a|Hou*e, City Lot,or laud Ih tbe
country will be given. Aleo, li vxchange for a Cmur
HouoT,aoeehor*eL Meea
WACOM. ADI
Jen 7-dSw
N. Apply t„
1. PAHKKK.
BY
EXPRESS.
received, a large aaaortment ofSUter Spoona I
and Fork*, mado eiiireal for thl* luarfcat, end
stamped with
Cola Silver at
dee 19
ay nemo, Iteveuuort, end werraatad
AfiPUHD BILLON'S.
ALSO—8 caeeaof those Sue Cleeks, Beth
thouiacd
F1VS
EffgSSBa
1MP0RTAM
ii*
»..\QOi iV.t«VKl by tlif literal patcouaK* «xtcod*4
Vj la n« by ibe ciU/«ua of l«\ enport since com-
In order to make room and.be prepared fortha i STAitH would reeix-ctTully announce to
Hit:
Mi,.•«,«»all #hi
i und practical OHCSS liKE
octfnlly,
W'ADSWOKTH,
l«a:«r ia Ka» itfidStaplo lry Hoods. No. A Mai
St. herwwee rirtit Seeond.
Jan IU
V
i
ua a all.
STORK
rpilb: proprietor detiring to'rtange hia bnsineatol
fera hii -«tand, (the brat tn the city) and atock of
g».Mlt, mr aal.r, the moat fiiiforaWe terma. for par
licutara addreai A. R-, oo* 10!
Ja«.l?dtw
T» THE LADIE8 C)F
X-A-TT
JS3»B-3E»0*«. T.
MISSL'avehporlaud
KRNWICK re'iiectfnlly Informs the l.adi
of vtelalty that alio baa Moved
w tae room* on Hrady at., formerly occupied by Mlaa
9iM-aring whom ah# aueceeded ia the baaiu»«« ol
Millinery and lre*a Making. Hhc baa on hand an ex
ten lite atock of Kaubrnidery and Millinery Oooda,
whiihahe will w-ll at reduced price*,In o dsr le make
roemfor horaf ring atock which abet inend. ahall te
extenatt e. ofejiccllent quality, and moderate.
JanlY dtl
B. L-i-iB.
#••&*****•
B. & G. FABXBB,
TLTL OL'STFH SAL.OOW,
Oa Front Street. S Doers West of Brady.
USaloon
AVISO ttttnd B] aad fariii»hed the above named
in goort order wr w ill Spare an peine la
giving aatlathotloe totboao who may faror ua wilha
Call.
t'holco Frulta, foafecUo«area,NulJ. ^r.c-ouatanl
|y oa hand. Rar.SilN554if
FAMILY GlWCEliV^
riU-r i.a« opened i atock of Ureceriee iu
I hiahousei.ii Perry between Secend and Third ate.
which h* wl.'t warrant to tw, ol the very b»»t ,i»ll y,
and which he 111 aell aa low a» e.a be pi.re!ia»oi else
where.
A K a
A oboii-e li'ti.i t'tears Jiial •••'•Ir.iJ and u,i aale iww
at wboleaale and rrtall. Pi-'CK.
Davenpori. IK-e. ga, IK4 Jli
FURS AMD ROBjEjS.
I.j
^NKRVKOnY aee ma I acknowledge this la tbe
rold.nt weuilier evuMrxperlencwd tn the- weet
eudth»r*i neruaaariIT^?reat deal of »utfeiin*,-
Jfeir mui of (Msi-ouldbe »,oiJt-d by ealllag at It
ton A C-*9 In the old Pmt OlHee IMutng and buy.
hag )ou a nice warm fur coal, tut gleree, er Paiu y
Slelfb Kobe, or fur the ladiu* aaice warm art ef fere
II i« unuerei^ry to «ay unli,lii* in thla liue wa eie
Htliug atrnl.to atake rutin for our irliijf atock.
Call aoou to
provide youraulf with a latury that
muil be worn thla rol.l W'.Uier lo be a|pre-l:dud and
we Ku-»rani that prt«ta wtlt be made iu auil.
ltavenport Ian 12 A. S. ALSTON di CO
Swan Mills
•R» AM NK A. H«H T,
Le Claire, Iowa.
ho..
14 inform the riti^oiia and trail- ot Sroll
«nd u.tjotiiinfi-oonttev thai we ere row inanu
biurtn{ itry atertor artirle of Flour which wo
offer at our market quotallon« ia thle paper, and we
oStr the ludoalng
AV
Great Inducements to Dealers,
We wltl ilf liver'»nr Flt.ar by lb« 10 bbtt. and up
werdaenj wl.er.- within 1 or 13 niiiea ef our mtll
\C\\S T6T1E LADIES!
i
& Ni w York Millinery and
Fancy Itaxl Store,
VV rc i i III '1 lite I"»t aaaurtuient aad
Ui the City.
11lii aWiiiml 'I %i»urtiin'i'l "f
bhUdren's aaalutuu\« whits Msrine Km
broiderftd nowus &ed Jockey Caps,
au.i )1um llci-iao aad iUk Quilt-
Hooas, iUubons, Vslvet and
Wftkair gaad Ttf)Mtl LlTff
ad Kb. Zmbroi- i
Kmbr jideiy SUlt, Lyiea floss, Silk Worsted
and Linen Mraidi, Oerd uud Tassels Gilt, bilk
and Glass Dreaa Buttons, Coaree, Fine aad
1
Eeund Couits, tiair an^ T»oth Brashes,
i Tapes, Ic. Ac.
All e' ear Boots *01 be said at
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
ii.riiftax'but.nsM in the Mty. dert're lo return U)
i ihomeneaud all my lim"' *««•'.« hnd »ckne»! i p^tl* A BflW lOTJC 11111111617 rll\6J
ednemen". trmtluf t.y i-arerut alteotiou to their OnttJIm fitnr*
witUea and U»te«,a«d by/air a»J WUUWB smhv,
:o merit their bind favors and cenddeuce. KDOVIB* I UIU. I At Tlilru aida Biaay aH,.
the deklre su.l want ea the part of th« LAU1KS for' Unveu|orl. .l.-r.'!i-ttj W. ». MCHOLK.
goodt of the best »rjJM yua/itif.-.I thall eu-i «. &. AUII.(».**!,. S.UUIJITAF for Breidtae and *.»•
Uaveni.qri that aheUaow prepar
#ho rt«*ifettta eerVices of ad exg
ilea
au.I eh« wili learu any one the art ofenttteg and tiling
wtkrwlm on acieiillflc principle*, to that they
nt:tt itcvvi rri,tl!rr ihi «er\It-eaof another peraonln
Hi..' art. Alt WKIK warranted to tit or no charge.—
For Itirtlicr parilmlar- enqalre of her penonaily.—
Itoitie 1-or j(M|ljiBd li'vra .K. IH'W white fremee Wltb
|rr^ti«iuu4:. Jeu. 3
dtf
S O O V
Xtlr-
aut-i it er im* opened a ttaalaow
on Hr^l) atreet. In the buildtug for
merly iH-cnpled by J. B- Hunt dr Co., aa
an auction r.ouae, and takea thla method
ig the public that he I* prepared to aerve up
inruii at all hour* ot the Ua).
I V KO nil will It- li rul«hed thoee wialilog it by
tw.'d" r.r rt«\
aVK A A.UK, ireah lrom JlalUiuoie, atway* on
hand and will be a^rved up to order.
Oamc of all kUil» will beaerved up for th»*e wiah
ioglt. J. ft. SHOKKT.
l«ee.W, dti
Fruits, Huts snd Faney Candies,
Choice Pruita, fon-./nanddomeatlc,green,.tried
aad preaerved Plutaa, !*r «uc« .Keialua,Ctir
rante. pared feachea, dried A pidas, green
pUn
Appli
LcnioB, Alatouda",'Filbert*
and fee una
JAt-oa WKAVKH, Jr. 4 Cu.
For nl* by
an. let. 4.l(.
J0». t. SIMFfOB,
OHOrFRIES, PRY OOOlts.Hl'KFSSWARK,
Boots and Shoes, Frodnee,
roRFIQft JtfTD DOMt.STtC fMt'lTS,"*
Second, weat of Main atreet, lower aide,
Oct» DAVKRHORT, lewe.
IN
a o o u s
A Ht'
1* W
I N a
AT
8 i S
V a i e y S o e
Deu Pnvcnport.
Tl
e a u
a*or Sale.
ABOLTi*.
3So ecrnnf Timber laed on My taland,
lilliif opjvoatte Keohlngnam, will he for sale,
fur a few days, in lota to aelt purehaeers.
Kxperieeea hea atiawa that thle lead, eehjent te oe
caaieaai overiow, will laruiah acrcy nfUaiber about
every 0 or IS yean
Ti»m*—Caah or lu equivalent. For farther infor
mation apply te Dr. BikhOWH, Corner et RitdtA
»er.-,i.d Street-
JIB 1, *50 d-lw
Tne Ihlii Mate Democrat ar.d Dally Kock I aland
Advertleer will rojiy 1 week and eeaid Ml to tbi*
oSlee.
Great Closing Sale
OF
W N i K K U O O 8
AT
ADABSOHJ. RAPP'S
Wi- *»li i lednre our assortment before
Taking Account of Stock,
and for that purpose offer
Ureal Bar^aiiiH
I.N
FRENCH MBKINOES,
ENGLISH MERINO COBUItGS,
ALACK & FANCY SllJiS,
come at once while the assortment ia good
at the "Store for Bargains."
A DAMSON fc RAPP.
FINK ('LOTHlNO
UK THK
RKiHT ST* LE AND FINISH
at v ry low prict'H, for sale by
W. JENNINGS,
iu" Main uj.
PAINTING
I ii. JKVVKLI. Kill be found at
(ilime HI,,1 Jewr-LL, reedy to do
Gluiing, Oraii.iftf, Ac. At., al the eh
KNICKERBOCKER
at
dt
"1* .'HULE, hair and' qaarU'r boxoa or new i-rop Af.
VV K.RkUtuaal
at KNICKERBOCKER
St
KNICKERBOCKER
ii
Lovtey. Thomas k Co
JJ"A VT. e»tebll*h*U ade^otfor the *ule ul tbei
Tbom-|rjlMJ,
a*' make sday* aad 3«l hour*, bed made lu AOier
ca at (dael«) ALFKKt) C, BILLON'S.
MES?2d
ltH
ta
aSluaabeNd reel ettate property
juLitfs LTTAXCir.
eapatd.
S eSm
good tecurUi glvi
nlgb*
Agent.
Apply to
1
parlor article of Coal ne*r the ralllead depot
..^deorfrom Webber'*Foundry. ForfUulanJ tleain
It ha* no superior In thU market. It will be delivered K 11 IV A li I)
In Davenport orln Kock l*land in qnantltlea to ault i
purcbaaar* on application at thelryard
Rock Ulead, June IS-dtf
good pralrla laed lu &<tt i uun-
320 W
tv near timber. Apply lo J. LYTANCK.
oSu Agent.
J»a dim
I JVOfilCE
FoatOflceha* removed,but the Sew* lieput
remain* la the eld FoetUfllee room, whleh nee
eeeaaeeUy sued up, where I ihallkeep ea ueual Ike
aetlern Fapera. Book* of Staoderd Ulerelure. Kle
gaai llleatrated Werke, Cheap Fublleatioee, Mega
I sUte*. School Books, SteUaaery, Okoice Faaey Good*,
i t«,i *e.
^utiiu.
ESTATEI REJUl EST/Bi
Kllbeara, Beat Xstato Broker
4'
AMlttnJ
Jtr«l Cetaw a«(n(g
wi«Si. ft. ttifiKo&it""
eiBEBAL LAKU aT"™
far the purehaae or SKIO of Cltv'pt»^
rams, improved or uninirro»,i^
adjacent counties.
Will collet,
Aaxes fer non-residents Bny and «,ii
Warrants or locate the skint UanvLuiiT
I trUt ia the Kate.
y
^^'1
OflceCorner Main kud Second it,'
DAVE\P(RX, I0W,|
HOUSES AMI LOTS
IN DAVENPORT FUR .SALF
Jio. 1«8.—A Home unJ H*U Lc on iL. .a,,,,
of Peurtb meet, eait of Ko«k Jtiaod.
.S». 1(10.—A beautiful
of Fourth of H... l,tKCj
Tbohotit* well floiBbt-tl.
Oil U4C
raoni,.
ceiJ
bery, every convenience la tuai:
deaee In e good nelghborhooJ
ariety .fSli
omfo,trti,n
No. 187.—The flnut hiufl 1.,-t u,,. ,.Us
North aideof «t\th atreet, ,,r Doctor
upon which la erected a Brlcl lluui, and still.
a well of good water.
Jio. 18».—A two Story Fi
Mast eornor of Oalnea and
rooms, hall and t'ellur a Vv,
feetaquart'.
SULLIVAN.
roar Hi HI«,u,
I "Moll a»u,
u
Mo. ISM. -A llouae aud Lol .,u t-c»i
atreet. between tteeoad and Front itt«et "i0,f
S3. Building and feci -ail iII gnpd order
No. lie. A Double Frame iiouw or, tie i-i
Filth and Scott atreeti—thirty feet nqatre
.No. HIS.—A Uoutde Muck iiu. ,.- So.ii,
adjoining !te. MB, with tew room* Wait aa4i:«c'-'
No. see.-Another Two ster Br.ci ti„.«
Scott atreet, next Sorth of 1-u The«atiUtf»»»
and lot* will be »o!'l low, «o a to ootura a km
veitment. Their prea^m reatal ia 13 uarieui ox
price asked. 'Iheewher auiia them ta erfct to
prove other property to n eet thu dreiasd torn" I
and bualaeea houaea.
I have alao a nuubi ...
among which are the follow tng
)fo. 1M A F.roi in Cedar
tbe itoad freiu Miucatlne t" 1ut«ii. and teo'u
half salles East of B»eheat«r. all under uaui,u
eTwo Slory Hrict Hi.nie, Stable, Orohard, 11*
and water.
liltprete* I
I) Id iutiiu.
SE.- —A fhrm of Wu ecrci ii, K,4i„ ut»,c
tnder cultivation, go»j watar end ttailtr
Si.,. JO.-A Farm of Macre*. «u..|
So of which la brokee aad under trace, itefla
a rood Houae end other ltt|rovti,,eM.. ij
north Waatef Le CUiru. uul all wtlea Iraa ih
mlnua of the CMeago Port Byroi, knlur.,,1
No. MS. A beaatltul Farm twu lalletfrea ti
Orove, SbOaerea, Ml eure* broken, good »uia| L.
pleot) af atock water. The imere«emei.u an, Tl
etory Stoue Houte, iu a 3- stable, a e*U*fein I
ter. To any peeaoa taking tbe ebole IU* iintr.
wiltbttsnld low.
Sto. HOI -Aa Island betveea IKrr^.i ...
Claire, togrther with the «hore oo tae aitaiaii
whole containing arret,nulrlng aha*
A». Su3.~Auwtber and larger lilatdft.
toa,containing IWieeree covered wltkIWver. •.
excellent efeaeve for wood dealer* Tteentf
be cut ead brought to lav*ipnrt fortbrwdolh:.
cord
Su. i»j.- An Uut Lot of SO 1)1*1 trjt»v...
North orporettna. line and track- Treeli,
porecre ou reeeoaabte tlrar ar.il will l«'
or more plecea.
Lett te lease fer a tita
of utt
lhaveaaverai beautiful I -t* in diilc eii
the elty for ten, UILRAA an4 TA CM years.
Aleo Lot* of Fire acre* -arUMtftyea aitfc
tea or twecty yeen npoii reeeocal4e lam
right to ptirrhave.
lota in llorth Osteaycti
I have Four beaatltul 1'ee.ll v j' ji
Uaveapv.rl fronting od tot:.it •'r a, .u,« ...
he* Ton acre*of ground wiintt •aJtta*ne.\
.riaere l»te.
Alae a aember of Untmprww i i ...ifcXsei'i
iutoah'*, Lembrlte'a, Foam i tUtaai
•ubdlvtsioa of lota, *ia* t»l-» i- (ii.imL,
lots In Sast Daveapstt
lhate aenetal uii.mproved Ion la halt fllTK.
tome ef them beeutituilj aliuaied ibe bluf.»
well adapted for til tinea* purpot.,
—AL^O—i
A jtlterLi, uf I7D feet oa ike iv.~ tS
upon which there!* aBOieeitoLi Uaaro eiis*i» I
petual Lime Kilo Bbd Lime hen**, alwh »UlJ:u.|
lev buahel* ol lime per day An *t:di«i.i
for e Flouring Mill.
Falton's Addition
Two Brlek Heneee JuitDniiLj I, tn
lion, with a number of uaini|r»r* I lcl» all
ee* and long
credit*
InaddtUon totheatnvc. !.e i .b|fti'.rutn-'i
ameaat of oulmproved hmdlA MttK'*'.iat
tea, Cedar, Joaa*. Johntoc. U*a, euwrtlitat, u
per, Meral.ial, Tauia aui Heuton '•SDJHI'*- Fti»'.'|
information ri tperUngtbe lorte-'lnf pf F'1!'''
to OKO. I. NIChOI.|.S,
A
RROCHA SHAWLS,
FANCY DELAINES,
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &r.
We are determined to close out, our Re
Uil or I as nearly as possible, and would
therefore say to the Ladies, il you want
good* at about
YOUR OWN PRICES!
Jaa.
Hi-ii Kefaate Agecu
viet' ii Career ot Secnm! MaioW''1
le Jelnere aad Cabinet Katstt
FOR SAf.E
Door Saab Blind Maeelecw. ,»ih* «U»
vcB|Krt. with a Steau, Ki-elu-.' dfu»«i'v
power, liouble Flue Bolter, thrre circala
gethar with pleulog, plowlajr, raf.Witiuf. t*aa|
4.
tbe old Maud of
do Houae Palatini
i ehorteat notice
a durable and workmanlike manner.
Thankful tor pu«t favora be reepeHfttlly eolklta a
coiiilnuuno ol' *anie.
Hhop on 3d *lrei't, Bearcor. Brady.
Chun. 1). Olime will continue the Sigu aud Orna
mental Palming, attlie old •tant. Thankful for paal
fttvore. Jan 7-dltu
Smoked Salmon.
at
c'
morttalog aed boring inathUm. i ll «es|*is
1 u
exeellent attoatlonfor a maator bander.
laWaot*1"
or the manefacture efagritult: r«i ,ro|j:eiue»l4.»
willbea^ld low erlth a lea** en lite greuaJ
yearalf applied for *OOB to
eept!!8 dtf
litO. I-. SiiCKOI.^.
Leiieral lean A*,-•
MTI TO LEA8K
la Our Subdivision of Bussell't
IWItl.Mlay's
lease tor 19 yeara, ion Brait*
M,il^
I
o o n n i i v i o
loUftr* beautifully uiat*d,
wbSeli IIH»V AR€ now will IF 5
01'
gela chet]« bmlBfllp'
b«eily. iifcU. I-. NltlKOlU
Jona 2U- if or. Main
A CHZAF HOUSK.
Tand
JBT.7 Secend st. above Perry.
IIK Houae and i.i onSlvil. ft •••i*'-"''1*
Harrlane, pri. fVCf
A 1st
Ou tbe Kailroa.l. adjoining tl,•
lea year*. by 1*0. The verj be.t
Kallreed. UHOHM: I.. Slt hOlLH
corner of Maib a'"* Seeon® "w"
IfSti. Da ei,port.
WILLIAM AILEM,
Attorney and Couascllor at U*.
AJtt) CiKStKKAL M« At.fM
Post Office Building *dy *tr«st
ll.tVKMDI.'l, ll»M'A.
ur B0$$S C0?Sl%fX^WA
Trad I—The E oftlie ft W fee
Tbe N K Sec 9
The N W Sec IV
In ell 00 acrea tituated on the Kailroio
from tuwe.
Tra. i—The W 1 ortbe S \V ol »ec IOT-»»
K. 3 mlle« rroin f)aveB[mrl,. ..nmi«e' 0acrae.
I racl 3—The N W 1 nfNec Td «3
CO S.
CO S.
pRlMBuliio Butterctper s,. Orange Couuty
A butter 15 ct*. per Ik ut
at
KN1CKEBBOCKER
Si
CO'S.
DOMINICK SMOKED HAMS,
at KNICKERBOCKERJt CO^S.
MioKlfl) BEI F,
1
at KNICKERBOCKER &. CO^lB.
E U N 8
in email boxee et
at KNICKERBOCKER & CO S.
Front street, opposite the Ferry landing.
"coaITT
»w
1
ecree 10 mile* fmin Out enpnrt.
Tract.',-The K| o Uie K W Of fec 1 T,»
t., 40 a^,e*4 luileafrom the nly.
Tract K~ I he K of tne N K I
Mall Hoad, 9 eilleafrom Ds»r''P°
Trael No.94 -A Sue larm of IKS
9Uundercultivatu,n. 4 udloa n»m tu»a I
eatt of Itnbuqae road, mile from Wal»e»
CO S.
PI ime article of burning SuiJ at
IN ri.iMTON romrv, i
I ract»«—W. fraelional I of the N. W- i
81, M. R. 1 K., 77 H7-100 ncref, near lbor#«
Very tow, ifapptii'd for aoon.
In Henrj County, IlllaoU.
Trait .\'o 30.—Hl*ly ncres ol heautlful l*"a
Kailroed and on Railroad
*treel lo (iene**o-
9i- I lot on Brady St. 199 b) atx'-l3"'
No. 8h —I choice lot on Perry *1 cor
IHK{SiUi:i\lJ5
O v e
MES2iAifc
1
o o
i i e v n u w
A E
S
Clelhlni Slore, WM
C(jWgr
COWS!'
C'eW^«•M.C^LU,&
Sargalu
jJ-3tf
AWKLI.
ImprVve-S,
bavenport, rrom IDOto l«u acre*, «o»
lag*, orcherf and wme
Jea dSm
Fc
no»I-dtf JJI0.01Lt.ETT, Agt.
l«v acre*, good
ber on the tract.
JULICS ITTAJMI*^
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