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ALF&SD SANDERS, Ewxo*.
A«IR81AY MOKKISG, JASTjARY
•aUeaal BepuMlaaa OanveatiBn
The following call for National Con
vention of those opposed to the aggressione
of the slave power, originated at Washing
ton City. We hope it may be enthuaiaeti.
cally responded by the preaa and tbe people
of the United Statea. The elenienu of a
powerful party, based upon freedom, now
•tint ia oar Union, and if brought together
sad organized upon true principles, the
ataadard of fake democracy now to feebly
defended will soon be lowered.
TO THE BKPUBUCASS OF THK CSITKD
STATES.
to aooor*«»« wtth what a|«anu aarai i
LAWKEHCK ERAUIUU, ef Vl.
1
OAVIB WIUIOT, of Pa.
A.P. STOSB, of Ohio.
J.X. GOODRICH, of Moaa.
WILLIAM A. WW
IT*, ef Wle.
PAinciun or TU OEKAT Xur»
CASE.—This important case, as already
stated, was derided ia the U. 8. Circuit
Court at Washington on Wodnesday last,
Judge McLean delivering the opinion of the
Court. The case was argwd last summer
at Ciacinnati by the Hon. fteverdy John
son and E. F. Dickereon for McCormick,
and E. V. Stanton and George Harding (or
defendants. Tbe deaeioi»{ou all of the
points is in favor of the defendants. Tbe
Court held:
1st. ThstManny's fteapirg Machine doee
•ot infringe on any of the patents of Mr.
McCormick.
3d. Thst the leveler and reel-post used
in Msnny's machine are not the same, in
form or principle, as the improvements pat
ented by McCormick In 1846,
and are no in
fringement.
So. That several usefal improvements
invented and patented by John H. Manny
are not covered by McCormick's patent, but
are different in form and principle, and con
sequently no infringement.
The injunction was refused and the bill
dismissed at cost of complainant The
Court folly sustains the validity of McCor
mick'a patents, and pays a high compli
ment to the patentee. An appeal has
boon taken to the United Slatee Supreme
Com.
POSTAL Rirou.—A psmpblet by Pliny
Miles on Postal reform is exciting consider
able attention at the East. Tbe measures
he advocates are these: 1. The abolition of
franking, or the payment of all Govern
most postages out of the treasury. 2. A
uniform rate of letter postage of two cents
on all single letters, without regard to dis­
Fxszz cp.—The Cincinnstisns are in a
dilemma about water. The pipes through
which ths city is supplied with water from
fore supplies of watar can be got.
Tho New York
Times
As Eioum Opisiob.—At an inquiry,
held before Mr. Wakely, a Coroner in Lon
don, and a Member of Parliament, into the
circumstances attending the death of a per
son who bad suffered from an affection of
(he pulmonary organa, the disease to which
the late Emperor of Russia's death was at
tributed, the Coroner, in remarking upon
Cve'
Buffering from the disease stated in tbe cer
tificate of death. The belief, therefore, on
the minds of the medical men of this coun-1
that
tiae, that he was poisoned by those about
hl», bat that he committed suicide.**
lSAt'SUBAL SUPPEB A. R. COTTOB,
momor,
"KIBWAB."—lev. Dr. MVBBAT, tho au.
thor of "Ktrwan's Letters to Archbishop
Hughes," a work which has had an im
bmnee Itf—•
as againat Romanism, is now
iectartag in Cincinnati. Ha ia aaid to be
one ot the aeoet eloquent speakers, as he is
known to be one of the moot eloquent wri
ters, of tbe dsy.
Ill Iji'llim •MijpMpapjgMniqgfn niwaftei -as. aero vjtum *».-» «*y
enpeft awarethalseme da) they may have
a lownidabla rival in the neighboring town
city
Awtre of tkaKopahUsaa party, asd at tboj
.roapero«a, hsppy and beloved. Now 1a the
•Is laisapotUeeofthaBopaMleea prose, the ander-
nonej wyj co«0
•tn, hereby inrite the BopabUeaa* of tho Union to I
•eot t. uoroai CoavoaUo. at PitMu«h, o. tho foW increase. The proofs are before you:
«M February,'iw»- for tho parpoo* of porteoiiat the look back but four years in our history. It
Sottoaai Oi*a«t«ouoo, ••dprovidiac for a Satioaai
ig
BilmH C»iTMaa of the RopabUcaa part}, at i ..
aMZWh-,«eotd.,,uao.i^a»4is.iterUej« immediate benefit for money expended
rioeMeoe) a*a viae PreaMeacjr, to bo aapponoi in internal improvements, that it will not be
a»the oiooBoa la Soteaher, uu, an advantage to vou. Every team which
comes into town, even if it does not stop at
your door, and every dollar increases busi
noas and indirectly adds to your prosperity,
Whst would now be the valve of property,
the amount of business done and the popu
lation of our county and city, if the do-no
thing policy and masterly inactivity of some
of our wise citizens had prevailed a lew
years sgo! Think of this, fellow citizens
and do not be backward to aid in any enter
prise which maybe likely to benefit the
eouatjr. Z.
•tratagisal Mistakes.
The London
Newt
Rkcifxocitt.—There was an Interna
tional Railroad Celebration at Niagara Falls
on ths 16th inst. The cordisl feelings be
tween the Canadians snd tUe people of the
United Statea havs grsatiy increased during
the preceding two or three years, sad ths
rumor ef war suggests the idea that it would
be as difficult to force them into a fight with
each othsr, aa to cause hostilities between
the people of two or mors Ststes of tbe
Union. Such s contest would in fact hsve
the watar works are frosen up. They are all the characteristics of s civil wsr, and
from three to four feet under ground, and it the more intimate the commercisl relations
is feared that excavations will hsve to be between us and ths Canadians msy become,
made all over the city to thaw the pipes be the more improbable will be tho happening
ef a hostile collision.
Bays that one of
the oldest wine dealers in that city has of
fered to bet 91,000)that there ia not agallon
of genuiae old port wine ia the whole city
ef New York.
Ex-tievernor Bigler, of Pennsylvania, re
ceived eighty-one votes for United States
Senator from that Ststs. Those interested
arc undecided whether to call hia elsetion
s Pisrcs or Bachanan triumph.
Letters from Galveston, Texas, of the
29th December, say that the weather on
Christmas was cokler than ever before
known in Texas—great dsuags was done
to the fruit trees by ice.
The Louisville
Courier,
tbe case, observed
"In the case of the Emperor Nicholas, his i 2®'7®®, ths entire packing last season
death was put down to paralysis of the —,
u e u i
u
try wss that the Emperor was poisoned and I
[For ib* Gaxett* OoagUuelam.
The %#»|*eipt*eeeB Bridge. |t President fterte aNorthern or Sf»|h|£
Mr. EmtoK:^ ern man in senllpent! Wo think «M» aa*
Are M»t the citizens ot Dav- prejudiced iaan«an read the tallowing Wan
.w«r* A«t W v e v i a v a v e
0 u i
withoBt
of l£enst ¥ou now get moat of the trad* pying hia high poaition, could make ao un-'
weal of Do Witt, and do the commission kind and untruthful an attack on the, free
.. ciUfc*M*f the Horth. Ouc wouw think tht
business tor that place and a portion of the (mUled
country above on the Kaquoketa. But un-
all kinda to cheaMn trade and supply the inhabitant of the latter are perma
i Rantln ASA#nienji iti aaen*IBtlAn to inflict
neceaaities oi the country add to your com
mercial capital aufisieat to supply ail
wants. These, prefaced by strict rectitude
and amenity of manners, and an important
iood grow up, with a population
r* rri .,
i^mI, Chatnaoa of the Sute Bopahlieaa OMaalt- i time to act, to fftt all of the matOTtal aid
Moe or Maine, Votaooi, MaMaehaaetta, we» York, your circumstances will justify. Your
PoaaajlTasia, Ohio, Mtehtgaa, ladim »a4 Wlaeoa
back to you with a four-
says that the Allies by
concentrating so mnch the grsateet portion
of .their attention and operations on the
Crimes, and-neglecting other and important
parts of the theatre of the war, resemble a
party of policemen who would be so intent
on driving a gang of bwflars out ot tho
front door, aa to totally overlook their con
federates who had entered by the back way
and were continuing their pillage unmoles
ted. While the Allies have been saying so
much shout the Danubian provinces, and
fighting so much in the Crimes, tbe Rus
sisn policy hss generally been successful,
as far aa regards the movements in Asia.—
TheJfewr says,—"the blame of this egregioua
blunder rests equally upon all the Allie*
the shame of it presses with proportionate
weight on tbe English."
It must be interesting to the large and
honest mass of the people of Grest Britain,
to learn that after all their paymenta
tance. 3. A uniform method of wsighing abilities are that the English people wilt
..i .11 Lt*ua
A tiJl
and rating all letters. 4. A simplification
ef the rates of postage on hooks, pamphlets,
and other printed matter. 6. Letter-sarri
en and receiving houses in all cities and
largo towns. 6. A method ef remitting
money by poet-office money orders. 7. A
prompt return of sll dead letters to ths wri
ters. 8. The )sw of compulsory pre-pay
ment aboliahed. 9. All postsges charged
double that are not prepaid.
ot
of tbe 14th inst.
asys tbe totsl number of hogs received the
Falls this seaaon, to date, in 330,470, against
•TL. ..
._. I
perK4
U,t
—1 i—.
three-qusrters of a million of dollars is
very handsome advance, and shows the
..... great importance uf thia road as an aveaue
Esq was recently elected Mayor of Lyons, 1 trade between PitUburgh and Philadel
Cunton Co., and as the retiring functionary phis. The Pennsylvania road being 253
ef that growing young city had treated hia Biles in length, there would appear to be an
friends to a supper, the constituents of Mr ""'J®in receipts of 17,049,91 per mile.
Cotton thought him worthy of tbe same I "IUon -,Mt VI'.
016,96. Wo have seen no eghibit of the
ao we read of aa inaugural Supper earnings of any of the other great through
heing given him. As Mr. C. is one of those routes between the Eaat and Weat, but
etaguiar beings known aa "old bachs," we *UI venture to say the increase per mile
should think the following toast from a la- Central for the year
dy didn't set very well
"Celibacy—the greatest'evil of our coun
try—may the Aldermen of Lyons City pass
an ordinance forbidding any person from
ctiag aa Mayor who is not a arri ed man."
IS6S, is dtnble that of any other of its coei
petitors.—Poet
nr.
'.i
I
N e e u a n i a u n-
trothfuj defc|„e oi tke
Southern Slates,5!
blushing to know that autan.oceu-
#nd regpec
teaa aaeana are apeedily uaed to retain that hands of the Chief Magistrate as the til tean
hutinet*, it will be loat to you forever.— slave Statea, but Franklin Piercethiuka not
How atmple ia the phiioaophy of making
large citiea. Open the beat kind of thor
ooghfarea into the surrounding eoentry, to
facilitate travel introduce manufactoriee of
tfu| treatment at the
ao. He says.
•fl'i" '.I'* i j-il
ii
While the
people oj tht Southern Statut
fau their tttentim to their own affairs, not
praawi'niy
tfcmulf to intermeddle with tk*
social institutions oj the Northern States,
nently organized in associations to inflict
injury on the former, by wrongful act? which Heaaaa
For yeara paat, from tlie annexation of
Texas to the crowning outrage of the Kan
sas-Nebraska perfidy, the South have been
engaged in acts of constsntly increasing in
juries and aggreesiona upon the rights snd
interests of the Northern people. Contra
ry to the manifest intentions of the fraroers
of the Constitution, new slave 8tateshave
been forced into the community, by which
the South have obtained an undue prepon
derance, to which they are not entitled by
their population. Their property is repre
sented in Congress, while the Northern
Statea have no such basis ef representstion.
tax­
es and other sacrifices incident to a state of
war, the persons intrusted with carrying en
the war have committed theamost egregious
and most palpable mistakes. In wsr, judg
ing by the consequences which follow, a
blunder is worse than a crime, and the prob-
a a
have Aiaple opportamUM for determining
which is the most hurtful.
A COBBECT Skhtimsxt.—The Evansville
Journal
thus sums up an argument againat a
co
tern por
ary who advocated the licensing of
liquor shops, but who objected tu being
called a "whiskey editor." There is more
substance in these hslf dosen lines than in
a half dozen columns of the chaff put out by
liquor advocates:—
"If to advocate the cauae of whiskey does
not make the editor of a paper a 'whiskey
editor,' what can give him tbe title. Better
for him to be a 'common drunkard' and thus
public wss in a condition of much prosper!- a!'('
39th, Hon.S.
A.
_•
lungs and bronchitis, which, according to 1 BaUrsad—I«ge lacrsaas sf
the symptoms described, was known Iw us
medical men to be its possible, and to nave —-r*- »1 ueu*«iy tun, uu semsi mnu w uie 1 «u»tcn»
heen aUUd only to deceive the public mind. 11D '1' '"t .monthly sutemsnt, shows rs-1 earth under the weight of their fruit. 11 °n
Tbe oAcial document describing the Em- i r£i a, tn«nth ending I must confess that I leave my place some- i Just Oall and flos.
OT S death atated that, at the last, he took i o $ 4 3 4 5 5 what reluctantly but as it is not my wish iwtf ......
of bis family with a firm voicss—a pro- «n°nth last yesr, 216,110 40 to serve more than one term (two yeara), I' *seortmani ef Zephyr v\ orst^c«n ^c^ad
ceeding physically impossible, if ha wss
hope to be allowed to return to my rural Tk^olKEAaSjueThmming.at»iowrTee-»r—
•218,449 30 avocations—the occupation of my delight." JM. HAKBIS'.
in wis coun. I4.ilfi.33468 Saocxtso ACCIDEBT.—On Wednesday, V^""1 *°Sltsh Meriaeoa.
tr,^To
I
A gsin of receipts in one year of over machine in operation, was csught by the
l_..
3^52,297 ft» I Jan. 3, Mr. David McKay, an estimable «it- T^W^doasa Men's aad Boy 's piaA c.ps .t cost
cylinder. Ha had been on top of the ma
chine, and was just getting down, when the
cylinder caught his lelt foot, tearing and mu
tilating the entire leg. Medical assistance
was sent for and an effort made to amputate
cutting it ^0 pieces.—Cedar
During the late cold weather, the James
river, st Richmond, Va., was frozen over
and men crossed it on foot.
I A MAB ABB BIS BOTTLE Deo OUT op THB
W«ara pisaaed to learn by the above no- Snow—On Sunday afternoon some men
Uea that thia road, which haa a wide repu- were engaged in clearing the snow from the
tation for its excellent management, ia sidewalk near Hoe's foundery, and after dig
steadily galnlag sublie favor. Their adver- I 'in'
,w'^
a
b*nk
of
I umns, and from the reports of theee who had taken lodgings on the walk the even,
have traveled over the route, it perforate all I leg Jfrevious and got snowed under. His
its promises. breath had made a holiS In the snow and
». thee he was furnished with fresh air. A
A house stTerre Haute, Illinois, hss an touch of the snow shovel brought him to
engagement to put np 6fiOO tiercea of hoof i
Mi*ciouaness
for the English market taking his faithful companion with him.
(New York Tribune, 9th.
»everal feet in depth,
and he got up and walked
SPECIAL. NOTICES._
^Balder itiubraito liiaiti-dauaiber of spatialnotices
trfll Im irsc-rtfl is! 1!» cf»i* j»*r line each iuterMua,
p-
il«. i»**r
BVffAhU V VBB-CHOtt:
J,1st r.vi*iJ PAKt-OA.UKlGOlSf CO.,*r«-
•rf.i jSlrttl.
ear deer/rsie
Union mum. SAJiUEESjt DAVUS.
The Boston A«s* asys of it:
in the message of President Pierce. There p,.,,
are many more in that document just as
trttitfvl,
just as
impartial,
est.
w«a that if you do not receive
Strand.
.'ill 19 l«r
O K I N 1 N 0 7
Having got oar Steam fief* Into operation, wf
are iiosr prepared to vinculo with nealnsss and des
patch and AT LOWKi: PR1CKSTHAN RVBB BK
KOKK PKlttTUK IN" llVVBNPORT, all kind* of
FLAUT AMD FAXCY JOB VOBX,
from a label or single name up through cards. hsud
I WU»ami poster* to book». We avllrli Jol Work of
er4ry
too
uai all the appliance*
for
exeeating it n.ji.iUj.
Dee. S9. 18S.V
SA.M»Khii A HA Vlb.
Money to loan on loaf time at
Dec. 89. if. COKBIN
A.
tu
would be s cause of war as between foreign doc ao-u1
powers, and only fail to be such in oursys- JKO.A Ge*,»fti««city,i« »n A«mi t»r tii* Vattnpw
tent, because perpetrated under cover jf the
D«1'r"d
MU1
Par be it from ua to inainuate that the 400,000 feet 8i*t
Honorable Franklin intended to utter any quality »ros«oda«dir.ndroaad siain*, urai.ie at out
falsehoods. Yet there are two slight inac-!
DOWN.
K. PARKKK.
Kant.
and u aath«ru»d to
(deciiu) COTKS uaviks.
and equally Aon-1 Five Buadrsd Theasaad!
L' B1',er
curacies as to tact in the above, which only /o,000feet Ptxsir4«ii.ir* irenod kicoring
the moat Kig^al inexperience, greenneaa or
ones a DAV
f»r
*ale by
ignorance, on the part of that high fuoction- dec 1 w buhskll, oillkt & co.
ary can excuse or explain on any other
ground, unL'Si we adopt the other unpleas
ant alternative, aii suppose tho mistake
made on purpose.
6
rest Chanss tsr Bsigains:
See Advertisement ot
In spite of Mr. Pierce's positive state
ment, it is manifestly not true that the peo-'
pie of the Southern States confine them- 1
aelvea to their own affairs. It is equally
untrue that there is anv large proportion of
the people of the North organized in asso- Our^pon Book store. Xe.
ciations to inflict injury by wrongful acts
upon the South. Both statements sre with
out any foundation In fact, and if tho Preai
dent does not know tliey are both false, his
ignorancs is excessive, and entirely unfits
him for hia position in the expuutive chair.
___ __ __ 1
'j and Motel—will be offered on the premise*
Whst greater wrong can "be thus inflicted
npon a free people than these successive ]iiinat.
aggrssaiona, taking from them political
would not be entitled if it had been confined
where such patriots aa Jefferson and Madi-1
son designed to restrict it. If all these ad
vantages bad been secured by fsir and hon
orable means, there would be nothing to be
said, and no occasion for complaint. But it
Is not so. They have been acquired by
successive aggressions, acts of bad faith
aad now, in Kansss and Nebraska, vio
lence, outrage and crime are added to the
long catalogue of their offences. Yet the
President coolly tells us the people of the
Southern States hsve been confining their
attention to their own affairs!
.MAMMON H.lff.
%r» ^UMurtisrant*.
Books! Books! Books!
•els. S sad 4 Xscaolay's Bagland
Muslin Blndlaf -frlce Bijets. por Vol.
—ALSO—
A (toedassortment ef METHODIST ilVMM BOuKS
at Paatlshers' prieee. GKO. %V. BLLiS A
JuH *sa
wrwriCkwriLB:,
ffcjsielaa and Cargoes.
OKFll'fc direeUy opposite tfee Poet Offlee on Brady st.
oirrti. Perry1# Clotting Store.—Residence remove*
tu the corner of Main and seventh ete.
.1 an iH 41
M. lllijHXL A BUO.,
WB0XJUALB ABB BBTA1L OBOCBBS.
rorwarllBf CaatMlsriosBeKhasu
alersln Halt, Cemem, Piaster, Glass aad Kalis,
Ceruer 8d dc Perry (tie., BiTSRroa-r.lowk.
.'an S-l IfM
Railroad Depot M*ot»
AT AUCTION!
O IfOOD Businesa Lot* for Stores, Warehouses
Tpr— Llfcer*K
power that is rightfully theirs! The insti- cor particular! appij at the oaeeof
tution of slavery is represented in Congress Jani3i u qbo. l. yicKQLLs.
already by forty-seven Representstives, lmH hai^e.—pim brick keoee oa sih St. t.
snd by sixteen Senators also, to which they
Jaa8) tltf
kilboubm, A«C.
Kxc*"""
Apply to
WM. ALLKS,
Land Agent.
3NTo 3K
nmtougrt
Closing
Out Sale
Full aa4 Wiater Ctads!
AMXIOU8
to dispose of my reseat stock of Pall
and Winter Goods In order make room for a
targe, rut, and well aaeorted stock of
Sprinc and Bamnsr Sosds.
1 will hem thia date offer them
.jrzwi rojuc
COSTat
i
and real bargaina, low prices aad feed geed* can be
had among them, we would eali atteation to oar
Frensh Marinoss,
Brass Blaek Silks,
All Wool Plaids,
ParameUas and Coburgs.
Even more palpably inaccurate ia the
charge againat the people of the free States.
lVhen and where have our people combined
to inflict upon the South by wrongful acts!
Will the President please tell ua? He
makes this rash statement, upon him falls
the whsle burthen of the proof. Where are
the "wrongful acts" committed by our
peopleV He cannot point to one of
which the Sooth have any just right to com
plain. He can advance no evidence of any ct*f.Vt*"s^cbbti
improper associations on the pert of the 91,800,00 worth of Valuable tassnts, aash
people. The entire statement is a mere I as Kaslssl Iastramsats, Writing iHsk.
calumny upon the people of the free States, Work Bsxes, Jswalry, Books, Fins
unsupported by say evidence, and which Flstarse, Sagravi gs, fce., Ac.
cannot be maintained. -c' ll* cituoos of Ko«k
Plain and Plgwrsd lie Lai see.
Cashmere KcarCt,
Cloaks aad Shawls,
Rlanketa.
While and Colored Flanuals,
Ladies and Misses Hoeiory,
KaUaetta, Caaaimerand Tweeds,
and many other stylee of goods, which mast be sold,
and invite the atientloa of purchasers before making
their seloettons.
w. e. wadswokth,
Jaa SO No. S Main 81., bet. Sd aad Front.
Island and vicinity that he will give a Concert of
•ssal and Iastnmeatal Kails, at ths
OLB MRTHOMSV CHtBtH,
Bock lalaad, oa
1?SS.
exercise but a limited peraonal wicked in-1 io^e «curtoaeu,a«each, x^o sciariooeu. an
fluence than to bs a aober man and thro'
1
w*"*n
clean coffee thisseason. The trees are un- rrHANKr"- -1
ennsyivania Kailroad Company, usually full, and several have fallen to the to be able to salt his nameroas friends and cue
Ihl,nb!J'?iBreast
Tember. Alt was qoiet, ana the young re* Ki»fr*Tinft,«ieacb^sejeo sooaoPoUar uifu,, l^AKur^Hi MUiii
CONDITION OF
JBtna Insurance Company
Oi-' II AM FOKit CONN.,
Juiiwar)' I} iiiiMli
As presented to iu Sloi ltHoKlur«, and uado out In
r»ropllanc« with StaleW*«of Jfa» Vark, Ohio,
4lana. IIHnv:sAc.
Tbe nami'
A net: COM i*
AN V, lmnted *1 Hartford, Conn.
The Capital U I'lre Homlfod TtionM^d Jioltara,
anil l» paid np.
of the t'ooiftany are:
Caah liiliaiiil ami lit I'hot-nix
Bank, •3U,U39S6
t'a*h un tpiH'ial deposit In PhoMilK
and Hartford Ranki, on Interett, IOC,OSS US
L'aahin hamliof Asunln, hal
»ucc»,(good 181,08604
—au,tttrtl3
Bilit Receivable payable at Hank Sfi,OSi IB
Heal unencumbered, 14,MS78
TS Mortjpigi Bon di.B and per
cent, •eiui-annaall). TS.OUIUO
Slueome Bond*, percent.
semi-annual, 7,WO 00
Bit State of Va. Bond*. Uper cant
•eml-anuual, 19,81)0 OU
S State or M. C. Bondi,S
senl-annual. S,tlWlM
]U Jersey i:ity Water Bonds,6per
cent, seui-auaual, 10,900 UU
U Milwaukee City Bonds, lo per
rent, stnil-auuual, S,OOOOV
10 Hartrerd 111) Bonds, porceut
semi-annual, lO.uuu ou
itd.auiuo
Money duo tbe Company secured
by MortzaM, d^BIUrt
M0 al»Ni HntlM and New Haven K. K.
•t ck, et,MM IM
105 iibim Hsitiwd aad l*rofidaoee B. R.
Htorl, pratirned and zuvanteetl tOpr rt. 9,460 tKi
Boston k WoteettorK stoek U^ISO UU
iM t'nn Kiter.K. K. mofk, 14.WV OU
k s
i Bans stock.
Citiaens' v\aterbu)-,
Kitfle
i*turaix
Sew
Mlseellaoooes b'nd books, 1,8S, 41,00 3 Goid
aronkaras. 1 Pms, $
1,7* each, »^s line Uarnet Pia.it,no i odd. We will close out our Shawls at
Fellow's l*tn. 2,75 1 Pearl Cross, 3,0IJ 1 set One gold 1 fw|
FxOM LiBEBIA.—Intelligence has been 1 "'''"^tuds, 3,CO 1 pair Sne^oldhlcve Buttons,5,00
received from Monrovia to the 1st of No- !%R^V2ofdV7nta^,^
h4tll'3o*flo"bb®r0*"b*' M",ic Mw,k*
ty. Under date of Buchanan, September iV(-kBts One Dollar. Per sale atcroft's Music store i
Benson, the president elect
1
•I"!
Hoors open at 7 o'clock. Concert at half past7 pre-
writes. ci»elv. rront Seats reserved for Ladles and («enUe
"Our affairs in Liberia are getting on aa i "f' sccoajpanying iheni. Jaa ia rtt*
well as ever, now that the political excite- W**•• 3B. TTssrrlai,
ment has somewhat subsided. My farm
Ute,\,tdT,*r^4,H*rI
will yield me about tea thousand pounds of a^fit. ^v lTh, /"•y
The trees sre un- ry^HANKPtTL for past lavoie ha hopes in fa lure
/"^ALL at HABKlS'if you wsat to got cheap Preach
TO THE LADIES OF
IT.
MISSCavenport
RBNWfCK respectfully iafermathe Ladie
of and rleinlty thatsho has asoved
to tbe roosss oa Brady st., fanaerly oeeopted by Miss
Spearing whom she succeeded In the badness of
MI|Uuery snd Ore
the limb, but he died during the operation, S'l v Of Embroidery sad Millinery Goods, I 'pHB subscriber has opened a stock of Groceries lu
it is aimnnajul from l„aa kl/ww^ I, 'I •'hlch she will sull at redaead prices,la o-der te make A his house mi Perry between Second and Third sta
auppoaed from loss Of blood. It was a 1 roam for her spring slack which shs tinends shall be i which lie will warrant to be of the very best oualf v
quarter of an hour before he aould be eztri- siteuslve, efexetllent quality, sad moderate. and which he will sell aa low asc^n be purchased else
cated from the machine, and then only by
Co. Times. More JY*U B00K9}
At tbe Iewa took Boesu, Ve. Brady ftroot,
Between Id*
Prsseott's Philip tbe Basoad,9 vel.
Tht Aaaals of 8sa Fraanclseo.
Macau lay's History of Buglsna, vol. ilA 4,
The Life of Oeethe, vols.
The Song of Hlawatbs.
Selections from W. 8. Nsador.
The Old Red Sandstoaa.
The Pre-Adamite Kaitb.
PootPrlals ef the Creator.
Barth and Man.
Leaves from ths Tree ladrasyl
Kate Weston.
Hearletla Behlnsen.
Henry
ath
aad bla a wives.
Catbariae td of Hoesta.
Mlmte Ufa.
Lives of Atrocious Judges.
Jaekaon and Baw Orlaaas.
Csub Piraa of lbs Bed Man.*
Kit Barn's Adventures. Jsn 1«
JYbtice.
r£BSOBS
1
please apply la DAVIBSOB A litl'B
Davsaport Jao 11 A,C PULTON
Provioenee, 1.900
HartAMdT 33.600 00
£,SUU 00
iMSiooi
1
arm ft Merli'
Ki.banje
CtsU
City
B'k of MtTdCe
Conn. Hirer
ilartlord
MereliaaU KxaM
North Him
Veehanies'
B'k N- A mar.
Bank Aunrioa
Breaderar Bonk steek
People's
t'nlon
Hanover,
Ocean
CO.
o w e i e s
than at any other store west ot Chicago are
invited to call. These goods having mostly
been bought for CASH from the
NEW YORK AUCTIONS,
he tan well afford to give all who may iarnr
I him with a call,
iOOD
01. Union Square, opposite the island City Hotel, in all kinds of £TO°dsiu hie line. He will sell
THUKSUAY KVKNING. F«b. 7tfc, rrkrvrV-irr truUTXTAtiO
TV*^"presents
Huadr*ito
The following ia a list tf tbe valuable s
WW IMHWI, MI CWIIW W i
BARGAINS,
FRENCH MERINOES
:h he 1
per yd.
of which he has most all colors, from 76 eta.
A
be dMrlbatod among the Ticket Holders on thoeten- I to 9
tug of the Concert:
1 Piano forte, warranted 4 years, $430 1 *et cot
tage Purnitnre, marble top, IS& 1 (told Watch, lever,
hunting caae, 20,00 1 splendid inlaid Papier Machie I
Writ
lag leak,«S0i) I superbly boand Book IQsms
ofUrilUh Art,) 20,00 I handsome Bosowood writing 1
Bosk, IJ,00 1 Piute, each U,8 and sd ji«.: g4 Flutes
Debages,
a fine lot sellin.
1
arwsef le^ww, a iutv,
saw
l^Oeaeh, 30,00 1 Ladles Papier Jlachie Work Box,
Inlaid,Si,00 I Violin,each of it!,* and
i
dots. 8 Vi­
olins, 8,00 l'i Violins, «it,00 each,84,00 i Slitercard
case, 18,00 Uflns Piclurea,gUl frames, $ 0, 180,10
1 Inlaid Rose and HaUn Wood Backgammon table,
each,30,00 1 Giiltar.each ifl, 18 aad 8 4 euit- 1 ES)
nuence, in an 10 oe a sooer man anu tnro ara, |5eaeb,8«^o Banjoa,#i each, is^dels
ojm Milton's A lartre lot selling' at Auction Prices.
tbe columns of a public newspaper, advo i Works, ta superb Mo occo.e^i 51 splendid biitchi-1 ,,
cate a causs which is the very father of I 2l,1*^fta*d,"Sf:Ji,,aP
iiang from 12^ to 30 c. per vd
ALPACAS,
We have a large lot of these goods which
we will sell from 121, to 50 cts. per yd.
BLK. COI/D. SILKS,
which for CUEAPSESS cant be BEST.
SSaW ai^
A
JS-st°ft
on 0 and
ur
Khawn's Book store. quality of goods can be bought west of New
''L
a"
Ga°
•'"l
iiUUXih
in
Davenport,
an1
wi"
them Cheaper than the same
York.
Remember the One Price.
CHEAP NEW YORK STORE.
Jan9-dtf WM. IN8LEJR.
(jh i ted State* Hxpreua Co.
A J0IWT STOCK CO—Capital 9000,000.
THK
most rapid, reliable ami aeeure means of
1 ranstt between Bsw Veaa aad the Aixaimc
CITISS and the fluir Wm.
rnmttpal Ofictt,
Broadwav, 5. T.
15NcnecaHt., Bnflalo, S. V.
Paoraitross ard liasrroaa:
Z
K- p-
J. McKst.
WitLiaas,
A.
II. Btuir,
T. M. Jahss.
OOces oa Front lit., Davenport, lows. Good* to
be transported most bo delivered as fellows
Going Kast at
4 P.
M.
West"G P. M.
Uavenporl, Jan 17 dtf HULL Ac PAHISH, Ags|.
FAMTEY~~
I
I A S
A choice lot of Cigars Just received and for aale low
st wholesale and retail. c. M. PKCK
Davenport, llec. 83,1MS4-dtf
rtJRS AND ROBES
I X?'tK'fv'iOI)T seems to arknowledga tbls Is the
XU coldest weather ever caperlenced In Ute west
and there Is neceaaarlly a great deal of suSerlnr
Mew much of Ihlaeould be avoided by eallinc at Ala
loafc Go's. In the old Post Offlne Building aad buv.
*."«,*®'» S ntccwarm fur coat, fur gloves' ar Pane)
Sleigh Kobe, or for the ladies a nice warui act ef tars
to
"y anything in thia lias we aie
af* Btk® room foroarsprlor stock.
L*l! toon to provide vouracif wllb i laxarv that a ,,
must be worn thiseold weatberto be appreciated and f„V !a*
n. rsaass.
UHaloou
wiahlag bargaias in Town Lota
HWITlIfl!(E v.ST0 THE LADIES!
,t$
,i iiil.s %i«h!»•({.
{ittfrhaae a
•J ii.r UiiHiaaitrtr I'riamw wou
I ill th«
Paris & New York Milliuerv and
Piiuc) vUmI Store,
V. Mav hiii Hi.1 it.r best assortment and
Ohcapdst in the City.
li'aullftil assortment uf
ChiMzanH unc Infuats Whits Marino Bm
broldertd Hoods and Jockey Caps,
Bmbnidsry Silk, Linsn Fltsa, Silk Worsted
and Linen hraida, Oord and laaasls OUt, Cilk
and 6lass Dress Buttons, Cearss, Fins aad
at
a
Mjm
tw
U/0U Ou
7^r so
9,no 00
so,t« oo
100,1)11 w
New York. 10.*
10,100 tw
IMOO 00
tu^ou ou
lajtosoi
9,WO 00
14.M0 0V
10,700 00
Bapebtir
Common wl'th st*k
It.tfSO 00
v^oooo
8,400*0
le.osoo
1
Metropolitan"
Butchers It Drovers1
1 porters Si Traders1
Amer Ex B'k stock
N.J7fl 00
«a,oee flti
11,800 00
*,170 00
10,400 SO
1
Mernhmits'
t'.H. TrastCo stock
K.Y. Ufelss. ATrnMCo.
stock, N. T. i«,»oeoa
——«t7^IS on
100 Ohio Lite Ins. A Trust Co.
Stock,Clnti 9,600 00
IS keeii.'dc Traders' Bank
I^IW 00
l^-inii
moek.Jerao) City,
si/r?«,ssst7
LIABILITIES.
Unsettled clauus for Losses and not dno, #170,OSt 4
The jKtaa Insurance Company preeeats its patrons
the very salialhctory condition,of a largo increase In
Cash Asset*, for the farther neeorliy of their policies
alleur investtnentsbclng pisrrdatthumnrketminiuinm
valueatttieprreetittime of someitspretslnn in thcslau
nd |ks will learn an) one the ait ofeatting and Sting
tor themselves on selentlllc principles, so that they
may never require the err vices of another person In
thin art. All nork warranted to St or Boaharg*.—
Kor further particulars enquire of her personally.—
Ilt«i«e I'.ir. villi and Iowa sts. sew white frames with
r«n.!i)U.
1
itsrd of same. They are either prime dividend pay
ing stocks, or good, va uable su*i ctaon Investments,
yielding moderate Interest and Income. The stand
ard basis on which the1Assets hsve boon Talued.be
ing OfMst /slmil. Beside# this solidity! the Com
panv calls atlcntiou t» the strength and security it
derives rroin its combined system or Agencies, thro'
Its agents having the meant of presenting a united
phalanx o I' rspirseacrd C'ftdsrtrrtfsrs, which has
worked, for Thirty seven yenrs. the happiest resalts
to stockholders, and claimants for losses—and ena
bles it to enter the year ItUI with greater prestige
for future usefulness than has yet been reached by a
really snusil lusuranee Corporation.
Ail business attend -d to with despatch and ftdelily.
HKSRY B. HOKPMAN^Aoaav.
Jan. tl..l-iw
and Intsrisr Banks.
WtheirAtlanta
K shall continue to receive aad pay oat the
notes of tho above Hanks (as we have done
•luce organisation). alter tho lSlh Inst, and till
luitber n»ttc«. [liiUSj COOBIs SAKtrBBT.
(F h' A S A E
OF
Y O O S
('uuimencing thia day
I N S E E S
STI8E.
I I O I I I Y O I
Where all those who wish to purchase good
goods a*
&fJsodM
nt.Vi.Y4m
rpllK
subec-riUer has opened a SalooM
1 au Hraily atreet.lnthe building for
•sorly occupied by j. B. Hunt dt Co., as
an auction house, and takesthts method
it'notii) lug the public that he Ik prepared lo serve op
1 meals at all hours of the day.
04Y.ilti.Mtli will b!«mrntshed those wishing it by
tbe Wfi-l ur Uy.
OVSVCMai, fresh from Baltimore, always oo
2 hand and will be served up to order.
Game of all kluds will be served np for those wish
ing U. J. 0. SHORKT.
i jWc.es, dtr
Fruits, Bats and Faney Oandiss,
Choice Fruits, foreign and domratlr,green,dried
and preserved Plains, :*rinee,Kaisins,Car
mats. pared Peaches, dried A ppiee, green
Apples, Lemons, Almonds, Ffltwrta
and Pecans
For sale by JACOB WBAVKK, jr.# Co.
an 1st. d.tf.
/OS. B. IXMFMB,
GHOCBBIBB, PRY GOODS.QUKKHHWAKK,
Basts and Shoos, Frodues,
fOMKIOJf AftD DOMESTIC FRVITH, tte.,
Second, west ef Main street, lower stde,
Oct* DAVKHHOBT, Iowa.
IN
O K I o o n s
A BP.
O W
S E I N
AT
S I S
V a i e y S o e
Great Closing Sale
OF
WINTER GOODS!
AT
A A S 0 N 4 A S
We wish to reduce our assortment before
Taking Account of Stock,
and for that purpose offer
Great Bargains
IN
FRENCH MERINOES,
A 1). JKWB1.J. will he found at the oU stsad of
X\.» GUme aad Jewell, ready to do HnosePalntiag,
01atiag,tiralaiiif ,Ar. Ac., at the shortest notlre, in
a durable
and workmanlike manaer.
Thankri.l fur past farors ha reepeetfally solicits s
coDliiiuaix of same.
Bhop oa 3d street, nrarcor. Brady.
Clias. II. oi me will eootlnua the Sign and Orna
meatsl PalnUag, attlie oldstaad. Thankful for paat
fhvors. JaaJ-dlin
D0M1NICK SMOm) HAMS,
at KNICKERBOCKER A CO S.
PRUNES,
In small boxes at
at KNICKERBOCKER & CO'S.
Front street, opposite the Ferry Landing.
COAL!
Lewxey, Thomas Co.,
HAVJt
established a depot for lh^ sale ol their su
parlor article ef Coal uear tbe rslllead depot
ouedoorfroai Webber's Pouudrr. ForfUelaad steam
It has BosuperWIiilhlsmarket. It will be dellvareu
Dsveapart or in Hock Island la qnaatitles lo suit
purchaaera ou application at their yard.
Koch Islsad, Juas H-dtf
frruuteeg Sale.
njTHKKEAS aa the aeveatb day of January, A. D.
VV 1HS4, Oeerge Herring, Jr., executed unto C.
Hannemauahls promiaaery note of that dale, for the
sam of ene hundred and thirty-leur 01-100 dollars,
aadpeyablaan the first dsy of November thereafter,
and whereas Ibr the parpoae of securing the payment
or sale sues ef maeey, the said O. Herring, Jr., did
on the dtf aforesaid, execute to the undersigned as
Traslee, dead of trast, eenveylag for the purpoee
aforesaid, to tbe aaderslgned as suoh Trustee, the
following parcels of I aad in beotl county, Iowa, to
wit: The Keaih West quarter oflhe North West quar
ter efSeetloa number sixteen. (IS) In Township No.
Saveaty-eight, (7*1 north of Bauge number four [il
ff'tof the Mb principal meridian, containing farty
»e guarantee that prices wtll be made
10 sull. u!f wir '»Andrs*J- Uwes.Trus
Oavaaport Jan IS A. S. ALSTOK A CO. !rft^
Piana —rr-
Jlnrtisse.
,H7^i7o?«^ real ESTATE! REAL
illiii*rv
I
Bound Combs, Hair and Tooth Bmakes,
Tapes, *c. Ac.
All si oar Ooeda will bs sold at
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
IVry Cheap at the
Puis ft Hew York millinery Fancy
Goods Store,
rstaer
TUirsI aad BmSf
Ussvt!U|Msrt. deoxlktlj w. B. MCHOLN.
A. B. ttarkiug nut.' »tampLa( fer Braiding and Bm
brold#rlof JoD#to ord^r*
TO TUB JLM9IES.
M1.SS
STAKK would reepoctfnlly announoo to
tbe Ladies etAievenjwrt that she U now prepor-
ilflbO flU to i^rve all wbod«**ir©lbet#rTtctt of ad
&,10S «u iit and praetital MKMI MAJBkKIt
,100 W
Ktaal
ENGLISH MERINO COBURGS,
BLACK & FANCY SILKS,
HROCHA SHAWLS,
FANCY DELAINES,
FLANNELS. BI.ANKETS,dee.
We are determined to clots out, our Re
tail stock ss nearly as possible, and would
therefore say to the Ladies, if you want
goods at about
ADAMSuN & RAP*.
jan7. Second st. above Perry
N K K y N
OP THE
RIGHT STYLE AND FINISH
st very low prices, for sale by
jan7 Main sv
PAINTINa
Smoked Salmon,
at KNICKERBOCKER CO'S.
\1'II .JI.K, ball anJ qaaiter boxes of new crop M.
If. Kaislns at
at KNICKERBOCKER dt CO'S.
pHIAfratuo Buti.TiSctipsr fc. Uratige County
X.
BT EXPRESS.
Jsad
l'BT received, a large assortment of Silver Kpoous 1 *-r~
Porks, wade expreasly for this msrfcet, snd A ™''"eartleleof burning fluid at
stamped with my nsme, Davenport, and warranted I
ALPBBU C. BILLO.V'B.
Coin 8ilTerat
dee Hi
butter U cte. per A at
at KNICKERBOCKER & CO S.
at KNICKERBOCKER & CO'S.
H'
l*f
0
®n Front Street. S Seers West
Of
A VINO fitted up and furnished tbe above named 5frc,"""'sad,er so mush theruof as shall be auSI
In gooO order we will Spare no palas In J?*nt to aatlsfy and pay said noia with the interest
giving ssUsfkctioo to those who may favor as vltha I I®® of payment, togather with all
sail. I oostssad expanse anaudlng said aale sad of this no-
Cbolee Fruits, ConfecUoaaries .Nuts. A (constant-
Uc^-
lyeahaaJ. Mo».»l«iJdtl Dated Jaauary Ulb, A
ESTAT
and KUboura, Baal Batata 5E!" '"II
»aal Batata »r
0k
„^j U
HUal Kouite Itfitntji,
Lauie* u .il Kutea Msrlno aad 111* Quilt- **r•'
aj, improved or unimprovtd i„
od Uoodi, Ktbbous, Vslvst and adjacsat Counties, Aa:
Jtehair Ssad Srsssss. Largs stock of Blbboas«
Satins, Silk a, Velvets, Flowers, Fsathsra, he.
a general aaaortment of Milliaary floods,
faney Goods,- A Urge aaaortasntef Vssdls
Work Collara, Under-Sleeves, HAxli. Bmbrol
deri a, Embroidery and Knitting Cotton,
v
a ties. Will colUui.^'
tuea for non-resident. £uy
Warrants or locate the iam#iBa».T
triet in the Itatt.
u
U
Ofllas Corner Mali »nd
(eccil|1
r'AVENPOBi'^J
IiOL'SES AND LOTS
IN DAVENPORT FOR
saip
Jio. INS.—A House ami Unit 11
of Fourth street, east of Hoc* Island" "J
R». ii*.—A lieaubful riMmi*
root, WeatotKi
The bouse well finished.
of Poarth street, Wo»tof K.'.'rk uuai.'-?m
UlSti
Well, Cistern,
Wood housc. w^V^fH
hery, every convenience
«o
nikke a con i
donee in a ood nel^borhocd
1
So. 187.—The finest BluS L..i
u !tl
„, ... I
forth aide of SUth street, ,-m
u
apon which Ueracud a Brkk House «,d JSH
a well of good water.
Bo. J8S.—A Xwo tilery ruttc iiuu.j i
Bast corner of Oalnes and Foarlii JtZJr'Vi
rooms, ball and Cellar, a W.I) ,r .^r 'ufl
feet square.
Ho. ISO.—A House and Lot on Ksm hj»
street, between Second aad Front stie«.
5 u i i n a n e n e a i n
J»n. 3 dtl
U
So. IIS.—A Double Frame House sa Us™,
Pinh snd Scott street*—thirty fan
So. ttlO—A Double Rrick House ..uul
alining So. 1W, with ton ruomi. Well uTfct]
Bo. MO—Another Two Mart Kri«k u„
01
These u.rt'tl.
and lou will be sold low, so as to ensure
vestment. Their present rental is1jMr(,Jr:1"
price asked. 'I he owner sells then 111 ort„'r.
prove other property to meet tbe demaad torL*
aad business houses.
I have also a number ef nr.* laiprevfi
among which are the roilowii.e:
Ho. IPS.—A P«rm In CeilarCounty ef Ms,
tho Road from Muaoatine to Tlpten, sadts
half miles Kast of Hoebester sH under riiti
iTvo Story Brick Bouse, Stable, Orrksnt
aad weter.
XOTS
So —A fario of atresia ,i
acres ander rnltlratlog, goo water aad uatsi
Ko. SO.—A Par® ef Macros, Wo(wk«4UPr I
of which ia brokea aad ander lenee,14 s(Tl» -F
a good Moose and other Improri'eauia il s
north VTeetof I*f1alre. and sii nllesfte'atltu
minus of the Chleago Port Bymn Hallmid.
Mo. SM—A beautiful Fariutwaailssbgal*,
Oroee, SfeO arras, SO aeres brok«D,good Swum
plenty of stock water. The iaproresisaU snm
story stone Hoase, 40 Jo, stable,a veil sftsr.s
lor. Toany person taking the akelsthii 1
will be sold lo*
lalaad*.
Ko. StM.—An Island between tiiuntj
Claire,toy*ther with the shore trn the aslslatJ
whole eoitalnlng 77 aeres, maklsg a las «m,i
So. BBS—A
aether sad larger lsiaa4ibet*riu
loa, roaui
otug I HO aeres corerM elUTlatw
svsalloai ehaaca for wood dealers. Tbsasw
basal aad hreaghl lo Uarenportlur thrssiioilsi
oord.
Bo. SOS—Aa Oat Lot ofWaoreslyla*ksw»
Berth Corporatloa Uae and iMick Crest, wit,
per acre oa reasonable tlaie. and will bs wU 1
at
Wee si Davenport.
atoro pieces.
lots ta Lsaas fer a urn »f yssn
I have seearat teantfWI lots ia Jitkttia
the etty ter tea, lltssa and tweot) jsars.
Aleo Lot* of PI re aeres near ths ell) os situ
tea or tweaty years a poo reeeo«sMe Uiai n
right tn purchase.
Lots la Vorth Oavaapoit.
1 hate Four beautiful Liwetlii ttoam u
Daeeapurt fioniiag oa I«t nst ir«ct, w si
has Teu acres
ol ground an it, i.ud i.Ui«i s^
cr nora lute.
Also a naoiber of Uaiupiuvi 1 UiK iuXesl i
latvsh'e, Latabrlte's, pMiiing'r ul M)sui
aabdlrision of Iota, eiiae a»l»» ssSiMsstk,
Lota in Cast havaaait.
1 hare serersl uuimprored lots ia fcsil lait:.
sosse oftheai beautifully situates uu ths Uaf, mi
trail adapted for bdstwese |urposes.
—ALSO—
A Hirer Lo of 170 feet on the rim hj 8u
apoa which there Is aa eteelleal t|unf iSki
Llaie Blln aad Lliae hnsse, shut sills
bushels of lime per dat. Aa siseltsst k
Sara loo ring Mill.
Faltea's AddiUos
Two Brick Mosses )ustlnlsLed,ls relies'•
Uoa, with a number ef unimproved Lets stl
aes sad long credits.
I a addition to theahore. the subKribs/kast
aaseant of aalasprorediaudts swtt.Basosass.1
loa, Cedar, Jones. Johnson, lues, t*u«e«kls». J»|
per, MarAlal, Taiua and Beiiiou Cauauss.
fafonaattoa respacUng the fores ing propirtf, ife|
to OKU. I.. SlULuLLI, I
A
YOUR OWN PRICES!
come at once while the aaaortment is good
at the "Store for Bargains."
Beal Bilats Agni,
dec S3 Corner ofSeeoud A Bsunw
To Joiners aad Cabisst Matin
FOR SALE
Door Sash A Blind Manufactory ialMrt).
Ti a port, with a Siean kngiae ef Iftssst
power, Ooable Plue Bailer, three clttals
gether with planlag, plowlug, rabhitlluf, tssu
•aortielng aud boring machine*, all coaiplcia
exrelloat attuaUaafer a mastertiaiider.rskiMts
or the maoafactare ofagricullarallsiplcnisau.i
will be s^ld low with s lesse en the grvusd f»r
years if applied forsooa to
sept8 dtf
GEO. L. .MCIOU.
(iesersl lasd U
LOTS TU L£ABX
la ear
lay's labdlvlsioa of Busstll'i Iul
JW1LLare
W. JENNINGS,
lease far ISyeara,loU os Hrsdj
Harrison Streets runnmg through tie s»sl«i»s
see lots beautifully aituated, sad ths lo* ruw
whteh they are now ofered, will enable ssj
f,Trart"'Tlie
XHUKI BEI.F,
KNICKERBOCKER & CO'S.
Hor*'nf
Jr., ha*.
,lrt»s
Pf**r »hleh by saldlastramentis In ma vesl-
***««•. •j'rj.Wednssday tbe 71b day of Pebraary, A.
B. A- C. PABXXX, JMO. at the hour oftwo o'clock lu theafleraooa of
my OVtTKB SALOON asld day, at the Court House door,In tho city ol Bar
Brady. I
J*P°»e and offer for aale the above deacrlhed
ANDBBW LAWKS.
D.
iiJS.-dt» |J
u"
I
gela cheap hoate,coureniei.t to the busUisw^
be city. Apply to Ot. L. N IlKiLI
Jnae .-u- tl Cor. M.ii.sodKs«sd^'^|
A CHlA?" H008*:
Taad
HK Mouse a I..! l/t etiKlxlli stmlWtaM" "'i
Harrlaoa, 11 ce awe. w
A Lot
On the Kallrosd, adjoin in* the Depnti
ten years. SS by ISO. The
1
Kailroad. GKOKtrB I- SirK0U».
corner of Mais snd Sesend Sf*1'
Jaa. 4. ISM. Oaranpen.
WILLIAM ALLS*,
Attorney and Counsellor at Uw^
AND GKSBRAL I.lMi AGt'
Pest OMoe Building ady Itrsst.
DAVKNPOKI, IOWA.
LANDS
SCOTT
ur
Tract I—The i oflhe N W Hee 1
Tbe K 4 Sect
Tbe HWJ See 10 ., 1
In all 400 acres) situated oa Ihe Kallrosd 1 I
W of the W «f I
K. S miles from Davenport, conUlnsWscrss- 1
Tract 3—The N W ofSt'C7 TTSNBJKW»»
acres 10 miles from Davenport.
1 ract S-The N K i o the 8 W i ofSec 1T.»
K,
40
noes 4 miles from the city.
Vract»-1 he K of tl,e K i of Bse»l T78
80acres, 011 the Hall Koad, I allies from DW'JPJ^
TrsetXo.M -A lue farm of ISO seres,*
under calUvatiun, 4 nlles frem
aaat of Daba^aa road. I mile from Dslse'
i IM Cll*TO« rol*TV, IOWA I
TraettV—W. fractional of lbs N. ».***•
I 81, B. B. I B., n 87-ltlO acres, nssr There
Vary low, tfsppllod for soon.
lu Henry County, Illinois. ,Mai
Trsct No. »#.—Simy acres of bssutlfulllss
Kallrosd sod ou Bsitroadstrsst tnOsnese#.
N^. SJ.-I lot on Brsdy SI. 1WS bJ^JJlilt
*0. tt.—1 choice lot on Perry St. cor eirgk
V&Iaable Beal B«tate
AT PUBLIC 6ALXI c,,,,
BCourtuiedirected,tbe
Y virtue of an order Issued out of ol
in and for County of «ott,
|«i»a, lo 1 will offer for sals
outan, In front ol lbs
Court
House
la
Uaveaport in said county,an
ss,ll'll,J}
ith
•f J^iraMry at cneo'clo.k K.
Uis Stk princi|al meridian. In said i-oun 7.
(f|1
log40acres, havlag running »dlsr0f Lit*
aereaef umbtirlaatl thereon, law prop* pr1n»»
Martin, dacaassd. This is a most deslnW
V
ty, sllglbly siulated a a place of PuB'j®
tnu Liuhuqae road, II miles uorth ef Ds ft»r
Terms—One half In hand,
br
dss4
Di¥«&pori Jid 16 litM ti
e
wllb late rest
at ten per cent, '""it^ufiwT,
OuardUu' of Jamas Martin sud Charles Marti"!
Aor cJiiUirai ofL«k0 Martin*
A WELL lmproret^arul^
/V Davenport, from 100 to lSu seres, few
lags, o,d« rd «.e aome
a «APP''
10
Jaaldta
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