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   Davenport Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - January 30, 1878, Davenport, Iowa                                Davenport Daily Gazette THE UAZBTTJ3 COMPANY KOtt'AHO KUSSKhU BdltOF. J. L. UAYMUUK. BwltiftM MAH01I. (3uJd closulla New York Bitttrdav at UrriccCMitrgiaMAt.orrK.Ka. i WiimMvTOM, D M f Tim indication! lor Upper UlBllnlp. pi aod Loner ue Pullr ttoudy Mnd cloud> wettlmr irilb foow louth ilfttlocB, coliltr north wlndi ftnfl riling barometer. KKUM UtS MOlflES. jlxniutii Ibroo r-jin flU 0V fi.00 Vol. SS DAVENPORT, IOWA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3O, 1878. I WXIKIT YKAK DAILY KDITIOH-21tb YBAK CITY lhal'lly.at TwtSUy W trk t it 'jlctyMr C.U OALH, OitT Oviltwivr Urdcro rcci'lvoil tbu u, M oriNii m niuramn Fonr o'clock. A. DELAY. The Peace Conditions Still Unsigned. DEI Mr WUsou, tho young member of tbe House from Polk, introduced ft bill Car to author'zij cities of the first ADI! oad class to construct Rood mots la tbe right direction, and M Air WlUoD HTM m tba city of DM Uoltei. fix YftrlOUS oi' up his bill so as to compel tbls city to j drain its the cHIrsns of Iowa will favor it i Bills naalrlDK buards lo adopt i SCUdUS D.ffiClillV books for ihe schools; relating VU1IUU'' 'fl to tbe cotcpBQsaUon of sberlfis; to limit tat charges of physicians prac'lcing j State and cDuoty lallitutlons; to extend j AndtaSBy DerT here to day, tbe rigorous measure i of Bandar having subdued the populaco Mauy volunteers are leaving for and It sterns not imnosslblo tbat tbe will support tbo oorfBifn' IM KAVOK OK WAJl A 'rnm Athene, tlatriJ ueeUay, Htttfi tint tddrrt-ics tint BrriTinR trie- graph (mm tic mtinlcipulitlei of Greece I expriBtiuv the oi the to iacriflco their bloud and property iu I defeoceof Belloulem, and dvinnndinj: im- FRAM'E. all veil C01NAOE I t'jiius. Jsu The Ssnate, Monday uncnimotisly approfed a bill renuwiug the tetflporary sBspcnuon tbo obllRatlun of the Frennh mint to coin aoy silver taken thither during the suspension. Hiy, BlEnlsterol Finance, said tf.8 mcaiure wus made necessary by the American aitustirm, intcrnstlinal commerce willi India, and the condition of the German money market, that tbo monetary utandatd votilo bare to be diicuaied tnd settled hcreafier. In this M ue 1'aritn. an cuilnvnt statesman, Senator from Cantal, 1 agreed, while ursine the speedy adop- t'pn of the Roltl standard. FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS.! .SENATE Jan. Senator introduced a bill lonskethe or Febrorary a national holiday iu the Dis- trict of Columbia. Senator Uowp. from the   bia resolotion declaring U ua necsssry or iaetpedleat te maintain or im- P'l-e at this time, for the purpoie of the asked for by the Secret art of tbe tbo sinking j luncj I Upon conclusion of Senator Ueck'a tria and Russia. DAILY COMMERCIAL REVIEW, FINANCIAL. Ufrtoa or UtrtxroaT i 1 HMD AT ffTaxixa, -it itr.S i II at tao pt-Jllr lo coRlltfeilsc tbe of the rammer eUl wot 11 ciBerallj Heavy U euy, ind louBbie fnadi BbDfitlast. jium Interior btoki for dli counts iro Dry Goods. Wicuscc. I' 1' WlccHiev.A r .in WIccMieP, X IWlKUIW. X'i 14 HROWV CQTTQXS New York Hills US the lime for killing rufllad grouio and pheasants; to preieat tbe spread of the cockle fcnrr and Caoa'Jlan tblstlr, among the most important introduced luco I lower Uoute jeaierday. As usual, that I body had to spread themtelTes upon reso- lutloas reported, nad when one wts offered to submit wjt'sout debate all resolutions reported la relation to national finance, there was a rush to the front and a scramble to catch the Speaker's la order to defea: the measure, which, if pasted, would rain many a well prepared speech aad studied effort on that threat question. Toe resolu- tion was defeated on a roll call. The question of reducing the wages of commit- tee c It its to flfiy cents tn boar, with tbe queatloo of reducing the mileage of bers from 15 to 10 cents for every act. ually traveled, Trere referred to special committee TaoSenaTeadJournc'l yesterdaj at Jtavlagthe resolution in relation to the re- j ptal of tbo bankrupt act, hanging on de- 1 bale, and will tackle It agam to-day. crystal ttstfon of tbe COOT coll on of i conaty tnpercisors was laid before tbe Senate to day, referred to the Committee i on Jury Feea and Csnrt Expenses, and ordered primed. A petition to keep school trustees from becoming book merchants was read and referred to the Committee on Schools. Tne follftwiog are- the important bills introduced tow the ibis fore- noon. Regulating ths dnties of sub- directors of echoole; to collect taxes scmi- to amena ot cltlei act- lag under ipecial charters; in relation ti taxes laeucfa cities: to repeal section 3503 of the Code, to provide for trsaiurer elected annually to ban of all township lands; In reference to sur- plus salssot executors; to repeal section 9829 In relstion to foes ol attorneys ap- pointed to defend criminals; in relation to the BDpolmment marshals and mtn la incorporated towus; in relation to tne salary of county treasurers; repealing Meilon 160 of Code and eaactifis; a catxtt. lute tberefor, in rtlauoa to Molding courts for contingent cacies; to provide for sessment and taxation of telegraph paaits and proprietors; to amend section 1968 of the Code m relation to tne liability of railroad far danucsji in fail- ing to make proper cattle guard1- The .'nllotriag vUilleg comosiUeca were aanc-onced by tbo President- Normal school, Senator Wright: State nnlTerslty. Senator Cbase; agricultural college. tor Bestow; hospital for the lOStne at In- dependence, Senator Lewellro; hospital for tbe insane at Hi. Pleasant, Senator institute for ihe deal dumb, Senator BemenwaTiOolIexe for theblibd, Senator Bebsrd; orpbana' Arnold; at Senator Meyer; penitentiary at Ft. Sena- tor Dows; reform schosil for teyt. Senator reform school far girls; Stcator Johaioo; hatcbfag house at Aeamoaa. Sen- ator Gallnp; BBjJom for feeble minded children. Senator Miller. Those appoint- ments take fourteen members a way from the Senate whea the presiding offlcer glTsc them tbe wotd to go. Tbe resolution ordering all for ap- to be banJrfl in 07 Thursday of ibe 4th wetk of tbe session, and to be acted upon on or before Thursday of tne Gib week of tbe Cession, and continue nctil dis- posed of under a special order, was adopt- ed by the Senate, with bat six vctes. fnis being a joist resolution, if passed ky the House and signed by tbe Governor, it eqftal to law, so it latiituioiM have not thttr In by that tine will be in a caodf- UOD. A concnrreat reaolaUon authorizing Tlsliiar committees lo Lack by Toirotlier. _ MOGFU3 AgaiUSt Supple VotB. Consid- eration uf the Bland Bill Ben Butler Arguing from tlia Scriptures. Brntal by Abortion in Immonso Thofti of aavarnment Timber in TTtah Horrible Revelations at Al- legheny. Fa. Fcnrnaty 10th, also adosiied by the Tne resolution askiof Congress to act upon the bankrupt act was takes, tap tbis nomine npon a tnbstitnte offcrwl by Sen- aicr Tonnr. Tbe snbsiunie prorldM for a redaction of tbe enormous in tnrticsssa. It was adopted and tiw reso- lotloB was passed by a Tale of 9? II aoat. Tba bill flit reached two hundred NEWS BY CABLE. ARMISTICE. VIENNA, Ian. the rumors current la one thit no regular armistice will be concluded that immediately atterthe arrival of Ortod Duke Nicholas with tbe Turkiah plenipotefilmrm. and Sen. Ignaetlff, Ia Adrinnopte, dtflaite peace nacoliatlona will be entered into on tne basU of the prelim in wits accepted by the Porte. There is nothing improbable 10 this. Tne preliminary questions arc so gtoeral aad elastic that thty will only ra ceive real signiflcBDce" by tbtir aeflnitiou and tbe final peace la s t rumen t. They may be made infinitely harder tiisa already, nr else softened down eo as io leave Turkey only a semblance of power He would be a bold niifl who would BOW tn affirm what will ultimately best suit the pnrpotes of Russia, whether she will aim a radical soluuoa or merely prepare the way for it. Much will doubtless depecd oa the course cf ibc r p wuh ladi vldual powers which seem be goicgon with ihe nepotialioos Turkey Whether may Thmt i: more violates us to crash Turkey or protec: her, au armistlct- with a fixed date would be moro latbcwaylbaa the sort of tacit suspension of hrstilitie? which seems lor the moment to exist, but which mnr terminate an? moment the hkca OF THE DELAY. CONSTASTIKOPHC, Jaa delay m sitffting the coadttioa of peace Is attributed to the Porto's opposi.ion to tho temporary occupation ol CobataatinOplc. Joel W. DewMSSt, of Jackson county, has bees hncond with ths posltloct of Speaker fro temoT the Bovse. be flils eXoeedtaglT anil. This Is only lo bis year of leg hit cnDaty wtirlofla fiisfavora that seems to hasv been estab- lished' there a SBJA to the bat Ha hasalrtsdr occnpled tbe chair for a day or two dorlBf tbe afc- ef Speaker Stou. CspL Chief Ctark of tie Hoosr. takts npbls tlutict was an old hand at it Ue is tbe a paper publirhcd at Hasoa City. Be The Turkish ment is hiriD? difficulty iu maintalsine erder In the AmoDC tbe tens of tkonsanoj of reiujees from Houmelia are near armed Circassians. These have al- ready plundered Luleh, Bonrgas, Cborlu and Rodesto and other IOWDS, and now flocklnc into Constantinople, laden with tootT. Tbe (OTernmtnt withes to disarm them and eeod them into Asia, bat it Is Moubtf ai whether they will be able to do so. Appalling mlMty cxiflts from Bosplio- ros to the coif Salsiflta. Tbe whole coast is crowded wlik terrified Moflamme- dans, seeking; transportation across the straits. Hundreds arcperUbloe from colil, btMRtr and tszhanitien. and no succor is possible until the panic and confusion ia the Capital has abated. TKACE tOSDITtOXa TO KK tT A bpcclal from Pen says "OJeas a is named aa tne place for ths eienlnf of the peace condiuoas. Ueace the expectation that Grand Duke Nicholas would pass with bis excjrt to Constantinople." Tbe same correj pendent sajs be bren toM as of the delay in the suniog of the peace prallnineries that tbe order tn wu lelefTsphed to Schlpks ria acd Bncnarest. aid would taesce gp to Ktztn- lifc by courier, who raUbt uke somehoors if be that the peace delegates started for Adinooplc. hla journey utither. and mJUht occupy tz-? or ihree days. AStraiso roa vf IET. A Vienna corresposdent cw been smed or to: lisa ot purely kflcotadarr tssportaace, Tbe Porte at aoy rate has approred them, sod according IQ frame, a rood solid body all accents Is quite ready tosccept il, asd has avotoawtll ealcslated to fill i anything else which ibe Czsr jasy propose ibv ef ibe fioase. He hat merely io prrmt lie JBussiaos frvta fie- beeakeptbuy readitts; bills acd calUac rella and I Ooabt not Is aaxiooslr Ikt time wbtn speeches win be ID order _. ____, BeoJ. Van tMtmberg flUs bis old place as clerk nvder GapLJUucu U lefMiaaded, the empty ricfat cootntH field ol Cbtaplon Hills, the 2IA lows kcvi up rwoord of to bloc Chnc. BrlfsAt. of Jsckscn U qalck good sssSl rtwtisw lag _ __ ___ kit oJIce. There :s ell tfjnsj ekrla la tbe Uoase. tter will cntias; the threat of saarcaias oo to Con- popalatloa of tbe capital is kept In m constant state of by daily rumns .tptrstd by tboae workleg In tbe of Batsius cf prpjcci cf tba Tnrlj To bsra ibc tawa, Wow ap tbe Masque of Sofia. gesttrml mauacre of the Cbnsiiaas and before retsralng to Atia. U loffVi very moth if all lunbcr la tbe wiib tne wonid In crm GBcasurr b: ma3c apoa iisot nl att ItttrchaBf c ol cotamcaics- pmcsjqval lo tbe task.  make importers nje tbe mstnc-ijsteto weights id measures. Referred Mr. Butler presented a inemorlil of the _ nrfolk Conference of L nitarian acd other Cbngtian churches at Wdlpote. de- claring that Honesty was a vital of re 'igion, and prntealloe pwSHee i ibe D'acJ s.fffer Referred Mr Speaker will you be ind eaaojTD U> Mad mo tin? from vour Atier searebiDR for tbi. ptSMRB he de- s-rctl arctd Incsh'cr. Sir Bnt'er 5rjt t't -h" Jisk act! tae Ircia ti.tr 'JJ cbaiiier of John, which Cbr'si me ajoDty- ttr ST. J Imct'vo nod at 81 03 Fork-Kailcr bat 111 (tood C'-aai.J at 911 It Hit Stifflliial acd at in Cu )c L'VB rrocx. lliihl IS 402T ft'.. ft -WJ5 00; flit to zood ilrttc, n iicrc M Sicrci Of in tte utiacA tract. iar  all wiahing to Invest, I1 I to 10 Warrants, each 10 to 100 Warrants, each 54O IT iadadlflg all expenses anJ deed frr-i I LOOK AT THE FltiUUhS. I 1 Section, ISO IO Sections, 64CO acres....... 14OO I1 r ay owcipcttlsl i 'h' "c" I OFFZ2 THi 130VS IEB5IS jjFor30 Days Only! i I IiBBdi well Located irlll par 1 better than any other knewa Inrevtment.] i Bemember tiiat inrest- merits in Mother Earth, the REAL ESTATE BUSK that treats her patrons llDer- ally, discounting freely, and ncTer failing to re- turn PKOCIPAL WITH INTEREST, i is the only Safe and always jRelidbie Bank, in which every man, rich or poor, I should place, some oi' his surplus funds. TEN PER CENT. Monty a; la'c-cr s. c. MUSIC STORE 3CBUMAUKKB, KSABK Ailon. Btset HAllrt A ccxs mt: Tio'e i IIIKC01 FJI1 the Oray steaded ftfjolcr, Oi !ho compounds ''.linh art circa to the wornl. i jacn-d ot rears, for the punxjae ot KS sag HIP natural crowJi and col not has been perfect. "Many of Uie li sinirs of the day aro cicelleat, t mass of tbe stuffs sold ftr proicot the gnvwth and yrinsiac bact the color, are mere humbug-, not a >a j arc ii ihoir upon the scalp and ihc timctureot'tbcbi'r AH hair dyes are well knowii to chemists as or poisonous, tuxacsc thechasgc :n color artificial, and does not derxaid upoa i rt of the of tlie Xo ihpir hcallliaad vigor. Tbf falhcs out of Uio hair, accumnlatioa of danii ni if and tlifpn. mature arc all of a di-euspd conditioa of ilie and glands wbich nourish the hair To arrest doses the article used ust possess aj well a? chemical and musJ under to bo of iK-nnanenl and lasting eac. i-cch an article fayg been dUcotvr- ed. acd like many wonderful ries it 15 found lo consist of elczaeats almost in their slate. Pttroleum oil is the article -which 13 made to work such extraor- dinary hut i: is after the best rcficttl artlde baa treatot and j compleltiy deodoriicd, that it is in proper j randition'for the toilet. It was ia ikr-off j Russia that the effects of petrolecai cpon j the nair were first observed, a Government crr hiving noticed that s partisllv bald. ded of his, tnmmtae the j had a habit of wiping his oil-fee- smeared hands in his tcaaty locks, aad the result wu. in a few months, a ranch finer head of blade, gloss? hair, than heerer had before. The oil tried on horses aad c had thnr hair from the cat- tle acd the results vyrc ai rapid as they yaarvtiosf. The the tails of had out. t restored in a few weeks. were fcersldrd io tte ld. but the prscticmHy v> the prctnaiurely taldl and no one in the citiliied society could loler- ite the UK of reflse4 petroleum at a for hair. Bnt the itill of one of our ocess szoowa onlr to himcrlf bo after elaborate cosUr ig to Texas." TSo'e wbSAfc irslcs tieR-ozEil cho'ceof Tte exticatfy lowprleaat wMch Wamais ua be bad is Iceadac mcacyod nieo asd M tiei: cao- p'eaeat of Wanaaa Hie safe to xaade. READ CAREFULLY. be deceived 07 soy statement! any partita wbo tie are no good lands tn bo had in the Brett State of Teias the sus ot than all tbe sn England New York, FcnaBjlvaaia, Ohio, and Virriaia. Jersey aofl. Delaware put together Texas baa au ot square amplv sufficient to sapport a population ot that all tltt cbolco luda are add by rail- jcli it s l M Csiotily TW. The rxpr eing hmn- MTI dc h" ii mo< aCoai-inftfi: rrftulVi A Irw -wherr the hair thia and fnliinc- remarkable loae and lo the and hajr. aa'to jippcar almost Ircca ay itra. jurticle  IK or IB the wssriC Tbej wry of ia bebv from preten: rviroad conuaualcsttoas It all the taore io the anrewd and far-sceiac business man, as the bossstt farmer, -who Is equally uu'.oss to maksj humn be can get best and tbe most land for bis where n if sore Io esbaaco RrraUy in As SLQ inTcsUDdt, Ujwc bo acjtliias; foaad more desirable- FIFTY DOLLARS. S6O i for J50 I -will locale all war- rants bought ot me, through rt- fponsiV.o parties, aiux a carefui personal inspection of tae isad be- fore localise sickle gitinS iboae that bujr bat OBC rqcal cnsaco loose who trav a hundred. This corers all ex- pessea, laclndlas the deed froa the Stale. Taose buying for ic- warrant, ortr what it will cott to malu the trip ud Cad ibo Had desirrd. A competent with the hM saperiar mdnaiafei la wtfjre :o tod Utc best land. lot i CAUTION. MUI thr u IB aoisaft cm UM -vnoal at 'CJHLKENT EIS'iTtLa LOTS-ROW is tbe Timt-CHEAP. r ABKW. Painting, Cialnlng, Claiing, C. H. KENT,   

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