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17 Nov 1854

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Davenport Daily Davenport Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Davenport, Iowa " it ,1ht�" visa j " por to i a � ii 4 i. Airo p f of of the Banks h Ruiu in 1 la Cal Cito Fred saudi is Eunoa. Kwiim we raw for tie old parties. G a Jav run i of the recent duct items in 4be states of n new vui1 new Michigan us and Vav coi a. It Tori or Graty it Everett to Lim the free ins Titu on of i country and would dislike to see Ofa Lavery overspread the fairest Jib Gitl Republic. Though As before marked the result cannot be claimed As richly a whig Pic torn y Etas the element that party Are to Ity combined in the Rinc plos triumphant they May pm grate j be themselves upon the crisis that has Given Rougon to he the crisis is Sunse. Be a to w. We j Ayr Arass gives an entire different version to the Story i 1d 4n enterprising Genius a nos for the truth of which he refers to the con Gor a undertook to walk ninety hours am off that loner Anu Siree Miles hour the engine under full head of steam the running gear All in Good or Der a horse being upon the track the in Arey Ait no All Over the country under the j Bent Dow. Same of republicans and through the Aid of the More intelligent members of the Abilome democratic party who regard Kinc Ples As Superior to Mere name Are Crery thing before them the remnant of that party so inappropriately termed democratic appears to be Organ sting under the lengthy Aad High sounding i be of constitutionalists. Men have look a do Long at names that they now begin to Gard principles and whether they be med republicans or Blihor enemies it matters not 0 , they succeed in conducting their principles Jap triumphant Issue. A wind is. T or. Tea Feuss. Say bold formerly editor if the Lassalle Independent has been arsted at Chicago for obtaining Money in a false pretences. Lie has sent Bills to Vitere faints throughout the East and West. Or advertising in the Western advertiser i Ider the firm of Sanford Jones it co. Harhen in fact no such paper Ever existed. Pie s theatre Twenty Leet Long and three feet wide and at the time it was thought that this undertaking would finish him. It Ginger to g j by pursuing could keep in motion for the space of four win and throwing him off the track with the j Days and four hours and if tie feat wast a Tje Hof w#8 not 0 a Filu one a one of the most extra or be distanced so easily. But kept on examples of human course until he reached a Bridge Here the horse stumbled no planks were Laid across the Sleeper he fell headlong through the timbers and lodged with the Hind legs and part of the body upward in this position the valiant Engineer came upon him. Etcher to Rui Pim ii. The undersigned Foels called upon at this time of monetary excitement to Wake a Public statement for the Benefit of such persons As Are not in the Way of being rec thu informed As to the value of Illinois Hank Hills of suspended Hanks. Very Hank of tin. State under the Gep Era inking lius Lew Atli the cow Catcher found the Hor a As not to j one it is one of the most Traer a a o. T l ha11,h of thl. Treasurer Good c � bin l f a Urance a interest valuing Bonds of the several states Ever transpired. Hughes on saturday night Amo lilt of out by Dollar of their staggered a Good Deal particularly at the ,1 a registered Money is equal turnings. He carried a stick in his band j 8i ,d on. I3 to wit i another. Tho and a Friend kept by his Side continually t have. Good their i and tried to keep him in conversation. As the cow the night advanced Hughes became very i in. Liev Are of it struck the horse broke and d , but by the of Jamula to t.01u in old Cie own and instantly the locomotive and slight whipping he was kept i motion. F t u. Own off the embankment the bag on sunday morning he looked very much which in in no Way depreciated the Security Tor their Bills Ali f t in full value note i it cannot until Tjie Aiu Tor disposes occur cities according to Law req red to be done immediately one of the passenger cars full of human be Money was taken Ai me to. A was pret inhaled Down the Bank and admission having been fixed at one Dollar feel upon the engine the scalding steam Ai the extreme heat of the weather and the Inee filled the car the passenger were in crowded state of the room bore upon Linn it and such a scene was pre considerably and it was generall expect us tars All description. That he would have to give it up. He bore _ in up however manfully and continued to /p�0bia acid nor ii Pace up and Down the Plank. A but of the 83000 a made by Hughes that he would perform the feat and this was his reason for Contact with a voted a beggars All description daily Between Chicago and Peoria Over Rock Island and the i Urlau Valley roads. The first train through passed Over the Road on tuesday the 7th inst., and its arrival in Peoria was hailed with acclamations of Joy. The rep Man thus Speaks of the even yesterday ushered in an Ese Jit that will make a lasting Mark in the Prosperity of our City. Heretofore our Progress has been fair satisfactory pleasing peace North it will be rapid unprecedented cheering. Heretofore we have walked along at a steady Pace henceforth we shall run at rail Road Speed. Peoria up to the progent Lime has been known As the Beautiful City of me of our merchants have been the i Illinois \ Alley in future this will be Sec e pints of these Beautiful Bill Dux but us iry a ,8lif�" to in Commer Cial Emporium of Central Illinois. Whether they were unguarded enough to the first cars cause into the City last eve it the shallow Rascal his pretended cd aft we know not. The Haw Baric. The new Brick Market House of or. Be Flake s was opened yesterday morning. Two butchers were present messes. A Kent and c. Deal hut they had an Abun dance f fresh meats of All kinds beef pork Sautton sausages Etc. They Are both old a tiers thoroughly understanding their a Laessl and Freiji Nice and i in. Market m a be help it to fils Riouse every morning in the week. We a i a Jummers be lit attendance Ani Itiat our a Zens i generally will resort thither for thierr Mai sting and thus by concentrating the Busi less save the time and trouble occasioned walking All Over the City l Orsoe articles of produce As they May desire. Seal Zuts m Vic huty of Davenport the Sale of lots in West Davenport on esterday was ent rely satisfactory to both Sellers and bnyer3. Tie bidding was very spirited. And quite an emulation for Choice lots. About 4v acres were sold at prices varying front �115 to 8167 per acre aver aging about $140 per acre. This does not look like depreciation of property in the suburbs of Davenport As every lot but one was bought by residents of the City. Last week one real estate agent sold Over $21 too Worth of property mostly to non Resi dents. Thk�, the fifty six sign ers of the declaration of Independence eight were foreigners. Where w Ere the know nothings then at the present time we have far fewer citizens fill ing High stations in the Public service of their country in proportion to their whole sumber than we had then.rj1 Inland or. Fudge Man alive our forefathers were All foreigners three and a half centuries ago but a children grow Wiser than their fat ers to have got along so far that we Don t wish to go Baek ten up Ipin in knowl Edge for our rulers. Ningon the Bureau Valley Railroad amid the firing of Cannon the blazing of bonfires and the shouts of our citizens. Water St. Was thronged with people and every one seen a to feel the auspicious Neas and the preen in y of the occasion. Hail to the new Era in the destiny of the Central City. Fam Arrison. The Cincinnati times speaking of this suspected murderer 6ays Arrison do Nies the murder. Yesav that he left Cincinnati on the evening of the 27th of june the very night of the horrible Mur Der taking passage on a boat bound to St. Louie and that he knew nothing of tremor Der until he afterwards read the accounts in the Cincinnati newspapers. During the trip he was taken Down with the cholera and was detained in Conse Quence at St. Louis. He was in that City when our Cincinnati officers were Hunting him in Iowa they however rightly conjecturing where he was going. He arrived it his father s on the 12th of july remained there three Days and then left. He has say you have my com Pas been in Muscatine passing under the name of Willis since the 12th of August and though his conduct was somewhat Singu lar no one there Ever suspected him of be ing Arrison. Undertaking it. The one Hundred hours his allotted time expired at is o clock last night. At 10 o � clock he presented a pitiable spectacle. His mind seemed to be completely gone Ami to would occasionally speak to the crowd who were endear orig to arouse him and keep Bim to his task by every possible in aus and ask what they were doing and such other questions. So far gone was he then that i ome of them claimed the he had lost the bet. He still maintained his Posi Tion on the plan until at out Twenty min utes before 11 o clock when his Iri crids the task of keeping him to his work As a Hep less one and allowed him to come Down. Though tailing to accomplish All that he4had undertaken he has performed the unprecedented feat of walking without cessation or rest for the space of ninety eight hours forty minutes. San far Frisco journal. Graham s so Tenet. The sentence by judge Mitchell after reviewing the testimony concludes As Fol p. Maxwell Bank can missioner. Chicago nov. 15. Lytfi t. In this connection it gives us great pleas ure to say that we were assured last eve Ning by one of the proprietors of the City rank that they expect to resume business on tuesday next. We also heard but rot officially that the Union Pai will resume in a pc v Days. The directors of the mercantile and me chanic s rank also publish a card this morn ing which looks to an Early resumption of business. These i a Tobijs tend to strengthen Public Confidence. Abroad prospects at fun proving Appie w hat. The Ohio statesman says to show How Little the credit of the notes issued by the free or Stock Banks suffer upon the failure of t lose ranks issuing them it is but m Pessary to state that the notes of the City rank of Columbus the Miami Valley Bank and the canal Bank of Cleveland will be received for tax a and All Public dues As the state hold indemnity for the present and All future contingencies. On the whole we have reason to Hope that the worst is Over. Let the system of contraction and paying debts go Forward. Let All act with prudence and Energy and the Community will Ere Long be relieved Froid in present financial Eui Barra so deut. A Short Story when Mary and i were married Maya you first insulted major Loring and his Grant Thorburn " we were Young and or. Tennis Van Pell has now in his pos session a much worn document containing the weight of some of the revolutionary Wor Thies. It is dated West Point aug. 19, 1783. General Washington weighed 209fi s. General Lincoln weighed 280 to s. General Knox weighed 280 b s. Colonel Henry Jackson weighed 238 b s. Lieut. Colonel Huntingdon weighed 232 s. Lieut. Colonel Cobb weighed 12 Al �. Lieut. Colonel Humphreys weighed221 Al Lieut. Colonel Creaton weighed l i i lbs. Colonel Swift weighed 21 lbs. Colonel Michael Jackson weighed 262 average weight 214 lbs. Wife at his door. You next met him at the stairway you armed and he unarmed he remonstrated with you on your previous mis conduct perhaps As angrily As he had done before. You again insulted Hirn and his wife Ana called him a liar he returned these insults by a blow from his Nakid hand and you the original aggressor Drew a sword stepped Back and closed 011 Hui killed Lii i on the spot. It is proper therefore. That the extreme punishment applicable to the of Fence of which you Are convicted be inflicted and your sentence accordingly ii that Rou be Imp Rischl d in the state 1 Kiosk Kob seven teams my duty As a judge is discharged. As a Man who would not cease to feel even for one convicted of the greatest crime i May a because i be Lieve a your counsel suggest that you Felt j mrs. 31 and me. Now she has become most bitter Pang rather for the irreparable j poor widow but she shall never want while injury which you have inflicted on the fam i i have anything never cried the old Man foolish Lor we had nothing to he married with but Mary was delicate and i thought i could take care of . F knew i had a Strong Arm and a Buve heart to de Pend noon. We rented a chamber and went to House keeping. We g it together a Little furniture a table Bedstead,.dishes hut our Money failed us before we bought the chair. I told Mary Alie a Trust turn up a tub for i could not run in debt. No no. It was not Loie before our Rich neigh mrs. M. Found us our and kindly enough she sup plied us with half a dozen chairs added to our store. They were old ones to be sure but answered just As Well for us. I Hull never forget the lace those chairs put upon our snug quarters they never locked just right before. The tables have turned with prior a of it pwt i rat it Forliti of /. So Ctm. Or a i . 9.9 ,7j Corat feel y Bah mum s.k., 6,125 hut Tor f la Vimb a a v ,. Klupar do Eliout Itile Hsun it. A to l Riik " / h3 los Nolif pout to of Toni. A. " a is 4r do 11. Ii to 3 a Las Ait n t in pork f 100 it do . A ii Hii Iii f % my Mugar a. O. It. . It " Lola onto to of it. 3ry oui 1 Locrata Jiji � Telecz Kawh. The wreck # the few Erm 24� Livet Osh arrival of the Northern Light. More astounding forgeries hoax nov. 15 the official jct Itari cos count to me slowly. Sixteen Are now in and Seymour s majority is in creasing. A t t a Tim a with official softer tons Ewe thus far Seymour leads about 600. It 7 o clock torts nion�4ng All the a akan he new Era yet surviving were landed on the Beach. W6 in number which added to the 20 saved yesterday makes the total 155. The number Loat was 245 three the rescued a died on tha Steamer Northern Light has arrived with California dates to the 2-Lth ult with about 450 passengers and $6i 4,646 in Spe Cie. The passage waa made in 20 Days and 12 hours the quickest trip on record. Nothing of interest had transpired in Cali fornia since the bailing of the last Steamer. Better prices were being obtained for Gene ral goods. Or. Walker esq., l resident to Sonora is still on trial Tor filibustering. Considerable exited it a cysts with regard to the Meigs fraud and the apprehension of Smith the late mayor s clerk who was changed with having unlawful Osses Siou of Large sums of Money amounting to upwards of �300,000. Tho latter was in custody and his examination had taken Placa with out any satisfactory explanation As to the amount of the missing funds. Or. Harrison late City treasurer has also been arrested charged with having 1wihmi Stock fraudulently taken the books papers and hatches and jewelry Money belonging to the Treasury in Par a j hoi ski s. No. S claim a How. Titular the sum of s3,03i,000 City warrants j a Lxvi just return. J Fri y it Atli u remaining unaccounted fur by him. The 1 it left la f she up is that the Itow by t ten witty tire u i filet Riloff Naif storm City Treasury has not yet complied with he in Omni $ m a. Filp for m to Wuu. The Law requiring securities thus � t Mil ii Iii t my Usk Fli the withhold bag. The Case Haa not yet,j,., w.ii.ht-, when h i Mirat of of Iii i in of Iii been Hin the Hui 1 ii Muld Giitl i i Hank i oui Mil additional of the forgeries of Meigs j "11ti�a u of wat. H., or. Had been discovered but further in a Cir. in i pint ii i full Miji Oil Iii juries had much reduced the amount of a 1 v la Itati a i in w twi in Cash taken. It probably did net exceed $1,000. , nov. 14. The steamship jewess is Lahore a Brigantine Beach and is a total wreck about 51mj Yards from Shore. Earvoa tibial loss. The ship is insured for $70,000. Cd i Kati nov. 14 a the private banking House of George Milne 61 co., stopped payment this morn ing. Pattbso5, n. J.,nov. 14. The scaffolding used in the construction of tile county work House gave Way this morning instantly killing two persons. Another is so seriously injured that to Hopes Are entertained of Jas recovery. Four others Are badly injured. Two Joar Namaa Matara waa Tad to the a Rem it commercial a tact. To but a xxx lands a of Najip n,.�. Is Dit m. I Ahkii fuss buses of Kaaua Aikaa at far. 11 t car for at at our regular a i a 1 Eryl of Wall and curtain paper a Auric k. Of Wrt Lunf Al a of i Kri Ilio j i no rat 5lati i Piikoi every the Mill Var Vlaj in pries for. T l f1lo98. Max ii Kvoka agr of to llr.Lii cams 4c. Pc w. 1 Amiul la Lor Ahja Liim Tut Bau Vatole our Roncy str fax l Tenoka us Allu Fri out 1 lir f tin a fouler a we u Gorki min lir cur Bonk Vobr � Kei iced and Bradfod i j or i l i rth or pc in Knof Clil Durw Tik Clinton link of tin 1 i Ion hunk an i nil Stock secured Banka of oms Zakoji i tin wow Stiim in Lindl is Itow w. Ii. Holmes to. La Ven mrs Niv. To 154. No. ?. 1-Clhir bowl. An Opal Tali Aad fair Flay. Ily of major Loring than from the dread of any suffering which the Law would inflict upon you. A coot. Befarah Yea Ter Day about 6 o clock a rough looking us Tomer walked into the clothing store of Holmes & co., and when asked by a sales Man what he wanted replied nothing Only to look around and see we your Best goods Are As i intend to break in Here to night and help this he repeated twice but no notice was taken of the matter and the clerks retired to bed As usual Only to find in the morning that he had kept his word. The villains broke the lock 06 the Back grating and entered by the cellar. They rifled t in cashier s draws of about s 150, and carried away about �700 Worth of Nice it will be seen by the above list that the clothing. Not Content with this they spit old patriots held their own no withstand tobacco juice into the drawers among the ing the hard times they were seven years Nice vests doing considerable damage and getting Thrombi. Committed several other nuisances about the store. They were undisturbed and a Aba result in Michigan. 1 patently took their time. The porters the latest news received in sleep in the third Story and Neard nothing of tidies the announcement that the majority j them. Diligent search is being made for for b Ingham Republican candidate for gov the v i l l ians. And they will probably be Dis error will amount to five thousand votes adv. And that the rest of the Republican state i ticket is elected by a still greater majority j something or. Win. This is a very glorious Triumph for Mich Carson Aud others were out prospecting Gan. _ last week among the o Clare wineries they the congressional delegation will stand came across two Large Buck deers both three republicans to Orie Democrat a gain prostrate on the ground with horns of one locked fast within the other. One had got his head twisted underneath and was dead. Isi Crk Are some Liabis who Cut we can never entirely annihilate after we have once formed them. The use of impure language is one of these Hab its. It nay lie subdued and slumber for years till its to instep e is almost forgotten and Oliea in the delirium of lever it May 0f Tribune Tudd Eniy burst Forth to the astonishment of is who listen. Many a of voted Christian. G Small girl of Riley Ashley living in Jasper co., while bled freely As the knife was applied to his ins friends by tin a. Of or i. R , a at Lori a ra5 apples in a Small Grove Throat. The men to Kofl his hide and with Uil. In i. 10 a ill they . With hear it is so with impure and Why j t Cay the child was in Cross Demon at. Of Rause an idea once impressed upon the observed by the Man who discharged the bin is never effaced. Nothing is Ever an gun leaving no doubt of its being a pure a new artistic Star recently in Accident the Ball entirely perforated the Italy that boasts of american origin in with u beaming face i shall never forget those old chairs and now the secret was out. It was the interest of the old chairs which maintained the poor widow. She was living on the interest and compound interest of a Little Friendly Aid done years before and it sufficed for herself and daughter. How Beautiful it is to see How god Bles sed the operation of his great moral Law love thy neighbor Aud we should a Tener see it could we look into the paths of life and find that it is not self interest nor riches nor Fame that binds heart to heart. The simple Power of a Friendly act can do far More than they. It is these the Friendly kindness the Christian sympathy of one towards another which Rob wealth of its Power to curse extract the bitter Fiorin sorrow and open Wells of gladness in desolate Homes. We do not always see the Golden links shining in the Chain of human events but they Are there and Happy is he who feels their gentle but Irros stable influence. I Breeze the Cook fell overboard. Our sent Gerhig Friend noticed the Accident and in the greatest trepidation rushed t the Cabin Roni Panion was and thrust Down his head to give the information to the Cap Tain " Ca Ca Cap a can a said he with All sorta of contortion of facies he Tete Teda de pm pm pm pm but in i hurry lit could t Artic Fate a single word to save his lift. Well said the Captiva Mif v9� a say it sing it you fool � a s a overboard is Barnabas and half a mile astern of us at last he shouted and catered around the deck like a madman to the no Small amuse ment of the sailors notwithstanding they Felt that Man was overboard struggling for life. Will i i Alli Iii a Titian a Pairl it Don anal Al but Otic. Klv.1. Is t. Owens & co., at the 4ftaw Keck store Conur of 3d Aad Brady a by Oia Rwjr la n l in i to a � g Al. Si.-. Kubber Haut of Kurt at or err adj a no i in Raj a Ottav Al Amin a lie-111 it Ruport. K. Nln in Ici if a or the is a popular notion sanctioned even by medical men who ought to know better that the eyes Are preserved by opening them in a Basin of cold water. Some of the worst cases of Peter Iouin or film on the surface of the Eye have been witnessed in those who have boasted of this practice. When flip water gets into the Windpipe the nostrils or the ear irritation is produced and when the eyes Are opened under water the sensation is anything but agreeable. The Eye is Lub crated by a secretion admirable adapted to facilitate the motions of the lid Over the surface and is this secretion is partially soluble in water it is is inconsistent with comr fion m use to Wash it away As it is to Remore the oils froth machinery it is unquestionably important that the cleanliness of the Organ be maintained yet this May be accomplished in the usual manner without open Imp Tho Lubica Ting St few great bargains will do Weil to rail try 1 0wkss co Josm Upert. Url. 31. Irj4 _ Public b0t1cb. . Lake i v.-. For Baylss a "1 in , curio it us loud Sauv Sun. Of Srim. Jorni i blankets. Wool hoods comforters . Fur i Anta bulk Ollye and Alta we Woal Tarn just is solved mild for u to 1 a aka Harri Krady m. Do Ortii i wait Siciu arks Rig Abw new Cioaba st0rx. M ii Heidenheimer. It Orth and a via to her f Havana and Domestic cigars chewing Tob. Co Aad snuff 24 & reel g doors fast a Brady div Rapoll Lawn. Ronik Chi j Tameto How. to ill at. Mulcan Urles. " n in k of Gmo Cassim of Cit e Kovi i brr i s54-Ljd w. C. C o t f s ,. A Salsa in fancy and Staple dry Woodi Toady Lade clothing boots and Tankes notions Eite. Nov 3, n i. I ,11-1 -1 a n. Yolk Salt for Lal in 3 a . A til Choice la1cd and Stone Quarry . 1 on hit i t Bank of Vitou. I n i. 1 jul. Hal of tin City years. Erbil need in Tjit Wii to rial any More than in tiie Siut Craf world. Incidents Niay he for gotten. Ideas received into the mind May Laoc to be remembered but. Still the y Are there Aud extreme occasions will Call them up vividly before us. Brain coming Limuti Linin or. Sordid selfishness usually incident to frail i. Iiaui., Etc or Minuetta nun of lir humanity. For evidence of the truth of i these remarks it is Only necessary to wit Ness in Many of our towns and cities both North and South the timely and generous Felt Ria to it lieu the Sull ering sick of a. Vannah visited As that hitherto fortunate and prosperous c i to has been by a Nia lad As deadly As of Ata years it is rational Intel. Women s Are somewhat Ohead Down in the old 1 i Ninion in winches-1 Ter we see John Wysong informs the pub Lic that he has associated with Hui in Tho mercantile business his daughter Virginia a. Or. J 0lehausen, physician. Surgeon and a Coucher. Pc Mim i h la in House Haven Post Iowa. Of. � v nov 17. ?4-a fan � it wow & i Huhter. 1 " . N.,v. A. Id. In Ito Mali lie la bold Hur one i Pirn inn to a. Sanucci Gurow Ollk a nor. Till 1834. Wanted. P to Good in n tinn a. To Wiliom " water bulb Sklom if Ai palliation a wide ii a Date lilo h. C. I okla Broidy #ir.,i Lii rail and i of tnnii�4n o hint tie form Linuell Mcnol i pm rout w i due on vhf lar to d in of of Ioimo unit v Iii int of is in Ine hot a f n1 Leilany Tiht rtt Arnny limrt3u i Fiill a 1 Hlene Call and path Pat Rosr Emrik to Oki i. Nil my 1 not 9 Tzoc by 4 trea if _ for rent. \ s of flt a inn a l Over the Tor of w �. Ward pc mro i 1 1 ,.risno.l. s nov. I a 1&, ii a. Ank i la .1 Iii cult Lff la or. Aimy 14 no. 7 a claw a " to the ladies mrs. A Kakuk. Wait inform la Tinl \ a i nil in 1 Mai on a Adolf i nit Ril lir. Of v i tingly ill ii All Alion of Hocini a girl. Sliu Lii incl a to old Vii Limo Flavi it not 14th, ill Elf Maxi in u he a cd narc Markev Houm. Will to Pom Rhu Milu � � win a. n kind trim lie f und Lor my. Of 1 nit / " � l ,. Mil a t nov i t iks4-.iu an l. Call l Bank n0tj engraving. I Wellstood Hunts Hay a we Tingi Bisk a tilt i i Impi a. Piew Yoke Boston month a no. 150 l let Street Chicago t Irti Flat of a r11, air Infin unit. Jatoi Idland in Iii of ii i i r., j nov i4,d j. O smash Samv. Am i t /00k wanted fms run at a

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