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ICHAKIMON A. WKfll nuraianiM, ». I, lllltUWN, a. ft. «UT, BMTOM. TFHIMI Oft' AOVKHTHINO. lUtUli If .Ill nT TNS UK* PORT ASSOCIITfiO HUEM. Mar !••.« ISA1. K saesaa o»T»II.»I Lisa* #n IR O N A r.. ciU, One month, 9ft 811 weeks, Two to Three months t(M Four months, Blx taouiha, lUUU year, i... change, 1*'"' 3 fjUHf. 1 year Utint Larger space rhtrpd tt thr rate "f $1 5*' lor each dltioiial square. for lib** half ii|otr« two-third* if the lko»e r»l« BiuiiiwiCirJ* not lurirwd 6lii»ea $1® P*' ASDF.KS ft. MRU. Dally Oaz' tie. I. I,IH' lIKUfc (1. I»-r Demokrat. A KH1 S'.ToN ft. WII.KIK. Dally Kvenlng News CARDS. I AVMIH HAM.OHD. O S WRrtr 8HOONO BTRRRT, (LB 0LA1RR Row,) Davenport, Iowa, wholesale and retail .lers In Drci s. Medicine,-, Ch-mlcals, Paints, OiL.. odow I a -1 Kan. y Articles, Perfumery, M'IITII til, 8„l'l Koil. hr M'hH IMICluK* HICKMAN AMD HUB fATK KKVOVai) THKIK OI KK K to No VH bi a'.r ct, uoriii »W« Ut'.wuuu Uraiy and Maiu. •arrM-tf j. v.. HAKKKI, m- D., Y i i A N A N V K O O N KIMCK—with Meaan. *«'ger h. Bowera, No. 68, Hrady Htreat.. •rdere left wltli them will r'' ilv prompt attn i, uov'id IIKIXItV H. ANUKRAON, TTOHNKT AND OOIINHKI.I.OK AT I.AW MHropolitan Hlock, Davenport, Iowa MM T. l.ANK, JOSEPH J. I.ANN AIMriefi mad Cewwaellora «t Law, o-—Wo^ i aii'! A, Coiiitii' irial Blo k, Huutli-eait mraf Jd an I Itrady atrnota. ri.tiMKK, OEO VAN HOMN, 1'i i nKR a an hoskpt, TTOKNKY.H .tnd .uiir.. ||or« at l.aw, and NoU rtaa Pnlll Alao a|uti for tlie Uliartrr Itak lm. «'., Ilartford, Conn., (lapltnl i("i,iHHI yVIre lii.ro ,N w Uaven, itnn,(M^ 'tBr« I,.'I'lair"' Hlock, Hav nport. aep7 i: I'l TNAM. TTORNKV AND CO|TN'8ICLMtB AT I.AW AND Notary Vu^'ltc. Ofllio, N«. •£, Davenpurt'* k, Main Niiiut. auJI» RKI»i:if ICK SCKA %l, IVII. HNMINNKK, AIUIHITBOT AND BITTRR. IKWNlKNT. Alao Tcacb. of Aicbitmnral Orn.imi- .ui DrtwhiK. dice at U^v njx.ri CoaufterciAl Collate. Euonia •iriH-r .Id and I't rrv. tyiMtf H. tVIIKKI.I K, MM KRAI. COMMUNION AND PROItnt'I Men limit, (Wli I- il Auenl of tlir Hyrauuiw Manufacter/ fur Davenport and ntlKhborliiR na trxhoiHooppoKlU* R. R. Depot. Davaport, Iowa J. II. HthKH, M. U., Till IAN AND HURON (irKK'B—POST OWK'K lil.OOK 11'»us* Not tli -Me of Klflh «l, tnuwf. il Hra.ly and Perry. JauUl.ltf T. V. AMPHELL, TTORNKT AND 0(II!NHKI.IA)R AT L«W, Dawuport, low*. Bee—Davenport's Block, corner Mala and Hoo atreeta. declSdtf III .l A UOW, TTMRNHT.H AND CUI NHKI.IORS AT LAW A N11 NOTAIUHM I'lTBI.lf flee— At Maoklot A Oorbln'f feiehang* offloe, /enport, Iowa. oelBtf i:o. r.. TTORNKV AND 0OUNSKI.1.OR AT I.AW AND (ioiuuna'lon'r of I^ J« for 0noe th at, will prompt and careful attention to tlie eollac .Ion of aia, eonveyanoo of Real Ealale, asamlulBg tlUat all other kind* oflecal boataea* H. BKNNICIT. «. P. WIIITOOMI!. i»i:^^i:-ri a UIIITMMIK, TTOKNKV8 AND Onl'NSKI.I OltS AT I.AW, Notaries I'liMli and Oiiiiuid^ioni-ri of D' -d«, I practii.-In Hie tNniilnof H«olt,Clinton, Ja. kgon I Mux itlne i ruutia-, and In It- Island county, .mdtheUfl DUtrli't Oour "f Iowa. •rri i: -N. W Main mi 'ii.! ftre^ta. Janl I Jfll* N. I UAH KOHII, TfORNKY AND (lOIINaRI.OIl AT I.AW, AND w Notary Pubic. »mo«—Niikoil»' Block, tip t^lr*. JaSB J. D. I*ATTlHI, TTrtRNKV AT UW. Office—up *talr*. In the biill.lii K f«i nu rly occupied by»J. W. Wiley, Sec nd Kfeet. ii4lt«** tutroateal to lit* care »Ulba pnnnually elid-' to laveuport, January 9,1851, Janl KAIW, U. T. U4I.I.AWAY, m. r. SANHKH8, imi R«ftl Estate Rr«k«rs, OOU.RCTION AND TAX AQBNT9. AI.I.AWAV A- lANDKRIt ATTORNEYS AT I.AW. -I^OIalro Block. Bntranee, L*T1(lr«Ha1l M'OTT HOI ME, J. Humphrey, Proprietor, OOR. HARRISON AND FRONT *18. Mil BUKTIM HOUSE, RNKK OF IOWA A FIFTH STREETS DAVBNPORT, IOWA. •K*2dtf .LIAM HAIL, 1. WIL80M ODITBAD. HALL & I1I ITRAII, TTORNRYS AND OOi Ma..LRRS, N0TARIR8 i.fftblIc,C mmUalonerx of Deeda for Maine, Ver nt, New lUiiioatilre, Maa*aabusetts. New York, w Jerary, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Tennaa l. ntu ky, llllnol* and Miaitourl ofllca N«28 .in at on* door aouth of Coak 4 Sargent'* Back fuly lit, Wks Jnlfl-dAwlT HN L. RWI1% tt'i at LAW. VOLUME 1. ,n For ritli rh|li|r ail aldltioual Of It cents (quart- "HI be matte. KIITli K TO AUVKRTitlKM. '.arge uU charged d'.uhle the mix dlmeciiODS of le. Displayed alvcrti*en.ent* onf-tialf more thM nal rates. *Varly advertising contracts will be underato.nl to ply .trolly I" the immediate business of the adver r, and all other advertisements ••rut In by the ad -tiser will be charg-d extra. Advertucuienis not act ompanied wltli Instruction* U helii-erttM urn.I fore..!, and charged accordingly. Notices tor religious and bent-volent pubises u. led one twui free of cost, thereafter charged a* .er adv. rtiH'iiH'iita. l»iTtl^ni'-nu from abroad must be paid for l» rtahly aiir'iti' e, unless from s.proved Agents intra- talor year, y advertising terminable at the lou of a lv rtin' M, tli' y pavin.: an a Ivain enient of per nnl. Un-contract price. t!vi rtl *m"-i.I» inserted n-xi to fading matter .IT cut atvan. eon above rates, and kept on ln m. it pi •.• rit advance on regular rate*. »ll transient advertisements must be paid for ID sauce. IGMA HIISON At WKHT, Iowa State Democrat. STATE DEMOCRAT. •lavenporl, April I, IR5B. RA l)r«rli..iD *tr®el I v*- LI-AO.rljtii lo I I i v n la ^uiliorl e i to i I RoAt/», JOB WORK.—Uur JOHN A. OANO KWiri SAMO, etl Estcte iKeiti aii Collectors, ^otn and Iniunnoa BrokWa. H. V. ILAYSIAKEB* ^tav VVMJG AMD OogMIMOm Of DUOI foa MUBEIIOTA OWIOR mOKOLL'a BUIOK, (OP DAVRNTORT, IOWA. iail«M Akalraela *f Ik* TIU«B #11 Laali ta VmH Cauiir. „via-dhwtf LG CLAIRE H0II8B, )RNEU OF MAIN AND SECOND STS. DAVBNPORT, IOWA. A. LB.CLAIRI, Prop'r, 0. N. Boncti-Vb, Vnp't. JaBO Park Heiie. IWA OtTT, .IOWA. if If. by tk* preprtetor, thoroughly repaired and r*ao ilai. kaatlr "•Ti"MhiH,fa Ikr ktsl sr. WMk MMM BRIM aid UMTBD WITH «U. SSSaHiMM&fiaBte COh- IK", lua pa- iiuVSliliKBI OOIDE ka-t, l*a*e at 9 f.i a an.l 5:H «, Bun layI II pt. il, W' »t. Ir-iV' at V U'J A and MM M, Huii'tayn'•" pt" d. SiaoEt, Hruili, io Dubuque, via Dewltt. Mai|no kntaan.l Wiit- II. irave tlie l'euba :vacia UOUM-,1 dayn, 'i'liiiradayn an Sati.r li,- at 7 a M, N'-rlli.to l.you'a vi» I n( iaii Frmo«t',o, Okuiain-lt- ami Olln tou. T:H*.iiijrs,Tliur»daf a" 1 rt-itui ljjB at M, Hnittb Arnold'* Una of backa leave tvary day at In. MAIL ABRAHGEHKNT8. RaiTbhi MAIL (Snmlay -Xr»pt -1.) arrive* dally at I a arid '1 9 m.' at t» a a. & u. Wi-itiN Maii. arrives daiij l»uiidaj' exempted) at lo A ali i lonea at S A A M. nnl 5 m. Holthbhn N II., frcui 8 l.oula ati'l Bontbern Mla HOtlll, ar^iy-B daily (Huulaj» fxrei t' d) at rk»*» a at V N"ai iiChK MAII., »la Dubnqti^and Northern I" w a a: 11% es dally (.iundaya '*c«ptr.l) at Sr«i cioaea at A M. NiiHlUkU* MAIL, via D»wUt, Mai^noketa, arrive* Tutflaiui, ThurrlnV" ami Saiurdaja at 1 N i cii *eg Toe*Jays, Tbornduyc and bandaya at 1 NoRTiir.a* MAIL,via! .-01 a ire, Princeton and Lj ooa, arrive* daily, (ttunday* i Acept' d) at 7 A clo ses at 7 H. Hi kiihi Qbovc MAII.i arrives Tuewlay* and Kri'lay« at I'i eiw a kudc time* Hm Uhako wi.. arrive* Tue .lay*, Tl.undayi an I Batur'iaya, at 111 A clow•» same tun". Wai.T BrtvAi.it MA I arrly Mori'Uyt and Thur.vlayii at i OHI*h hime J.iyn at 7 M. i'lTY UK.IIOtKATK! TICKIIT. FOR MAYOR DAVID HIOOINS. POK MAK.MIAI.: JOSKI'H MOTIE. FOR tkkakl'RKR: JOHN SI'IIMIDT. FOR n.KRK: DAN1KL DKLAN V. FOR poi.ii'i maohtratb: JOHN JOHNS, JR. FOR ALIUCKMKN 1st War.!.—TIIoMAS J, lloLMIM, 2.1 Whi.I 8.1 War*]—IOSIII A 1IAL, 4HI WHI.I—IIKMiV B. EVANS, Mli Wnr.l—KKASTIIS V. LANK, (•Hi Ward—HONEST JOHN HO EST. ZJOOAI A.H Plt-asiint wcatlicr has ^ot tlio utart once tnnre. A alight fall of snow and aleet was noticed on Wediiosday evening. Mkdical.—See card of Dr. Keith. The Doctor is again in the field of physic, and ready to truat all manuer of ills which human nature in bt-ir to. £-g~ The fire in liock Island on Wednesday, was the old Creenbnsh Mission Houho, formerly occupied by the Mission Sunday School. It was owned by Mr. Kirk wood and liis sister. Partially insured. facilities for turn ing ofT job work are unsurpassed in this city. Send iu your orders. A largtt lot of the beat blanka constantly on hand. ON FOOT.—We saw some fanners in town from Allen's (irove yesterday, who came on foot, aud say that is the only way left for th^ni to get to town. To come to Davenport aud go baok makes one good days work certain. KAI.I.V! KA I .i.v!! RALLY!!!—Thia is the last day before election. Let every democrat be making calculations for hard work ou the morrow. Every democrat must vote, and look to it that his friends all vote the democratic ticket. Lo! THR POOR 1 )ou.—We noticed a dog going up Brady street to-day, making about two-forty, witli an oyster can tied to his narmtivt. The last seen of hiin he was heading for Pike's Peak, and if he don't stop before, will fetch up there. Boys, it is too bad, but he has no business to be a dog. SONS OK MALTA.—The Commercial is informed that a lodge of the Softs ot Malta is about to be established iu Hock Inland. The same paper intimates that another ferry boat will be put upon the line between Davenport and Rock Island by Me*sra. Spencer, Robinson A Co. CORN ASI OATS.—The corn and oats on the ill fated Aunt Letty, was Bold yesterday. The corn brought on an average 77 1-2 cents per sack. It may be distilled. The oats brought 07 1-2 centa per seek. The sucks, we presume, each contain about two bush* els. Tliift is considered a good sale for the condition the grain is in.—A'. /. Arjjut. LrClaike IIoi'jsk.— Mr. Magiil has become fairly installed at the Old LeClaire, and is doing up the business in excellent atyle. We predict that he will make a poj nlar landlord, and that the LeCl« a House will occupy a high poeition dtk hotel. Suceeea to the LeClaire and its proprietor. STEALING.—Peter Mclnoerny, Esq., liWWfPIp Polls will be opened at ibe following place* oo Saturday next, lor the election of city officers: 1, Wan!,—hi the Store of B. Heine The ward is bounded by the corporation line on th» Weit and North,a»d oa tfc* Kast by Warren etreet. 2nd Ward —At the house of Hans Boerin, corner of 6th and Western Avenue. Bound aries—Warren street ou the West, Western Avenue on the East, and the corporation line on the North. 3rd Ward— At the Court House. Bound" aries Western Avenue on the West, Harri son wtreet on the East, and the corporation line on the North. 4ih If art/. -At the City Hall. Bounda ries Haruaou street on the West, Perry street on the East and the corporation line on the Nort'r. Itlh Ward.—At the LeClaire Market House. Boundaries Perry street on the Wi st, Farnain utreet on the East, and the corporation line ou the North. (U/t Ward—At liaviland's Warehouse. Boundaries: Farnam street ou the East, the corporation line on the North and West. Diskandiku.—At a special meeting of the Stockholders of the Scott County Park, at the city Hall, yesterday afternoon, it was decided to dissolve the association and refund the money paid into the treasury to th« Stockholders. The reason of this action is that the objects for which the association was formed ure not anl cannot, at present, be obtained. We regret very much that such action has become necessary, as we have always looked upon the matter be ing very important. Mk-SRS. Ekituk* :—I would like to know whether it is tnn-that A. C. HAVH.ano, a candidate for Alderman in the (5th Ward, lias pledged himself to Mr. Kinsella that if he would aupjiort him next Saturday, he would, in case of his election, advocate his I Kinsella's) ciuim against the city for $15, immi damages. Mr. Kinsella's claim is (no doubt all right, and is uow iu the courts of law, where we hope he may gain it But is it right for an Alderman to make such pledges to insure hiit election We find the above in the iVeios of yester day, and by anthonty of Mr. Kinsella we deny that Mr. Huviland ever made any such proposition to him. Mr. Kin«ella says that he never had auy conversation with Mr. Ilaviland on the subject and that any per son that makes snch assertion tells a willful and deliberate lie. Loomis Co., (Sears is the V) will make nothing out of this in sinuation. tW The exhibition of Prof. A. A. (Jrillith was atteudod Wednesday evening l»y A large and attentive audience. The readiugs and declamations were the most of tlieiu recited in a style highly creditable to the members of the class, and reflect great ly in favor of Mr. Gritlith as an elocution ist aud instructor. We should like to speak of the different tnembers who took a part in the evenings entertainment but time will not admit, but we cannot pass without say ing a few words in praise of sonic of the foremost ones in regard to recitations. We speak of Master Price iu the speech of the Red above the Green. Master Tyner in the speech on the Necessity of Resistance, and Prank Ailing in Spartreus to the Gladiator, which we think were the best performance of any among the male part of the class. They were loudly encored. Of the ladies we think the reading of the Bells by Miss Hnttie Evans was done in a style unsurpass ed by any one that we ever had the pleas ure of listening to. She was loudly encor ed and repeated a part of the same. The Dove (a reply to the Raven) was well done by Miss Josephine Jones. Prof. Griffith acquitted himself as he al ways does, in a style th.it always brings down the house with bursts of applause. Wethiuk the entire audience were well satisfied with the performance of the evening, and should the Prof, repeat the same, lie would have as large, if not larger audience than he had on Wednesday even ing. THE POSITION wishes us to caution the public against leav.ttfi™1*' S u o s e e e o a i i y o n v e n i o n ing any portable goods oat of doors over .. ... w ing any portable goods night. He coaplains that he lost a stove by the moans, and offers to reward the per son who will give infornuttion that will lead to the detection of the thief. He has also lost several other articles. Friend Peter re quests the Gazette to copy this item. REMOVED, Oar friend Troat hat changed his plaee of businese front the Woodcock," to the stand uext door to the Hawkeye store, where he will keep a first class eating house and continue to supply his customers with vegetables, poultry, but* ter, eggs, etc. Call and aee him. Friend McCullough will continue busi ness at the old stand, and will serve the people as heretofore. He will be found worthy of continued patronage. CITY SCHOOL OFFICERS.—Since it has been decided that the city of Daven port has become a separate district from the balance of the township, it has become nee saaary to elect a set of officers consisting of FlMidant, Vioe-Preaideat, Treasurer, and Secretary. Hi laiiMalu fihl «f wi far Pral. •a*. mmm ft* •», iUli ^U"flUPU 'A OF THR DAVENPORT, "St- Par li u'ar *oUc*. To THR BOARD of Nkws.—We were very mnchsurprised at the position as sumed by the iVcicf touching the action of Isaac II. Sears in the Democratic City Con vention. How any Democratic journal can defend the aetio^i of Mr. Sears we are at loss to comprehend. It is true that he was nom inated by the Democratic caucus of the *Vth Ward. After that however, he himself abandoned the Democratic party and voted in a Democratic Convention for a promineut Republican, who was at that time the nom inee ot the Republican party. By such course lie insulted the Convention, sold out the Democratic party, and gave public no tice to all parties that he supported—not Democrats hut Republican* for office. How then can he expect to be sustained by dem rats. had nominated Judge Burris for Police Mag istrate, through some trick or underhand ed management, does the New* pretend to say that a Democratic journal would have been nnder the necessity of supporting him for that office—or supposing the man Sears had, instead of voting for his divinity, Eb nezer Cook, thrown his vote for Judge Bur ris in that Convention, would the Xeies still ca'l his action proper, and after such a dis graceful act, insisting upon the party sup porting him to the office to which ho had been formerly nominated. For our part we have got through sup porting Independent candidates for office— and we have also quit the business of sup porting bogus democrats, who, the moment they have the pbwer, are ready to sell out our party aad its candidates with as little apparent compunction of conscience as LoomisA Co., has of truth ani honesty. The A'eiss may with just aa much pro priety openly advocate the election of Mr. Cook and Judge Burris, as to advocate the election oNl man on the Democratic ticket, whft OfMly Mftaortii U» oao, and woali the other U ha wold make anything by it By supporting ltr. lean U npparti Mr. SttSUMfiiiafs»T luiir} JkMJh# Salary of Teachers, $10,100 Supt 500 Secretary, 400 DAILY IOWA STATE DEMOCRAT. TO MAIh RTTBSOKIBEK8. FIVE DOLLAK8 FEB ANNUlf—CITV SUBSCKIBEK8 lO C1KNTB PER WEEK. IOWA. Mi9~ At a meeting ol the School Beard. March 30 h, 18.v«, the following re solutions w£s offered by J. M. L'rizzell, and adopted k*xoU'*4. That the report of the City 8u I perinteiident be published in the city pa pers. OP Davlsport, Uentl'mtn: lo compliance i with the request made at one of your fer- 1 mer meetings, I herewith present a brief statement of the expenses of the school un i der your control, in comparison with simi I lar schools in other localities. Tbeee, with other facts, I will report more fully at the close of the school year. h'xjtfm/Uuret from Julti I, '"»!*, to July l»'6f. Many of the expenses being reckoned for the entire school year, it is impeseible to report the result of the expenses up to this date only. Making a liberal allowance for contingent expen ie* that may occur between now aud the close of the schools, the cast of onr schools is given at figures which I believe will cover the total outlay for the year. As the Secretary of the Board,iu his re rt, has given you fall the expenaee by items, I do not think it necessary-to partic ularize, but arrange the expenses under three heads. SALAKV of TKAC'HKW. Davenport Male Teaebon. average per month $0o,40 do Female Teachers 25,50 Dubuque Male Teachers, do yo.oO do Female do do 33,00 VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY. Dubuque $100,000 Burlington $14,000 Davenport 42 000 Keokuk, 6,000 Muscatine 18,01)0. I have made the above statements from the Reports of the officers of those respec tive cities or counties. From them we can learn our comparative po»ition with refer ence to the expenses of tuition and value of property. The school house conveniences of this city are ample for the children at present. With but little additional expense the grounds can be beautified at bny future time so as to ndd greatly to the taste and personal culture of children, and happiness of the teacher. Permit me to acknowledge the increasing interest manifested in our schools by pupils and parents. The daily average attendance of scholars is improving, and the friendly visits from parents evinces a marked ad vancement. Another year of similar pro gress will plaee the schools on a firm basis and give the youths of the community edn cational advantages equal to any city of the same age. Respectfully aubmitted, A. S. KISSELL* Supt. |From the Dally New* of March II.] I. H. SKARS, E-*i—This gentleman is the regularly nominated candidate for Alderman in the 6th Ward. He was nominated at k meeting of the Democratic voters of the (5th, duly called on Friday night last. He is the choice of the Democrats of the 6th Ward, and not only them, but of the great majority of the voters of that Ward. He is every way competent to fill the post, if elected, which he will be despite the oppo sition of the DEMOCRAT. fkiday DIRSCTORB of Crrv $11,000 2. Fuel, Ganitor's eef vices, incidents and Insu rance, 1,600 Rents, including the interest on school housea and lota, 48,000 4,500 $17,000 Now by estimating the number of chil dren that will be in the schools during the year at 1,'JOO, which more than likely will be less than the number, there being alrea dy 1,87V enrolled, aud dividing the total expenses by this number, shows the cost of tuition for the year for each scholar to be $8,05. Below 1 give the cost of tuition in the schools of other cities calculated onsthe same basis: Boston $13,00 Dubuque, $12.60 St. IxiuiBt 11,11 I Providence 9,00 Cincinnati, V,.r7«| Phi la. 8,57 Cleveland 8,(4 Davenport, &,D5 In that part of the city where it is most densely populated, the cost per pupil will be much less. For example iu Sub. District No. :i (school on the south-east corner of Cth and Warren street,) the expense per scholar will only be $ti,2.ri. Again, when we take iuto consideration that the school for color ed children, containing nine pupils, costs $4 50,09, which would be $50,00 for each scholar in the school during the year also, additional expense of one teacher in one of the sub districts in consequence of the in convenient location of the school house, we see that the expenses of the schools would be greatly reduced and the cost of tuitiou per scholar would be less than iu auy of the above named cities. The economy of the system can also be seen when compared with the expenses of select schools. lie has proved himself an active, energetic, and useful member of the Council during his term of office. He is charged with having voted for Mr. E. Cook, as a nominee for Mayor, in the late City Convention. If the Democrata of the (ith ward wished Mr. E. Cook's name to be placed at the head of the Democratic ticket, Mr. Sears but expressed their wishes in voting for him. There was but one bal lot for a nominee for Mayor, and as soon ss the resultof that was known, Mr. Sear* arote and moved that Capt. W. L. (Hmrk be (Ueiared the nomine* of the Convention by acclama tion If Mr. Sears voted for E. Cook, Esq., for the nominee, he but followed the example a tliyht degree of those Demoerats who, two years ago, voted at the poll* for Gen. Geo. B. Sargent for Mayor, who was,like Mr. Cook, openly and avowedly a no-party man. Mr. Sears, if he voted for Mr. Cook for a nomi nee in Convention, had before him the ex ample of tviry Democratic Member of the Legislature of Iowa, in the winter of '64 and '55, voted for E. Look for the high office of United Stair* Senator. But we are giving this matter more im portance than it deserves. Everybody In the 6th Ward knows Mr. Sears, and appre ciate the activity and ability he has dis played whilst a member of the City Coun cil. We truat the voter* of the 6th Ward will elect him, for he ia a good man in ovary sense of the word. We give plaee to tbl above ^ttiele Mre ly to put ttttpaa mat Mr. Mi titfp dela«atewW,U Mil MORNING, APRIL Ku&iiun ^uMMiri k.KS. The follow ing gentlemen are requested to act a* Vi^i latiee Committees at the election on Satnp day next. 1st ward—Jobn Miller, James Leonard, M. Burns. Io1tn Schmidt, S. S. Mitchell. iid wird—J. H. Dopp, S W. Steinberg, John Riee, ('has. Be.derbecke, Ch Hermann 3d ward—Levi Derbin, S«m Parker, Thoe i Orr, 3. Oraham, John O'Brien. 4th ward —H Borne, J. H.iering, Pat Ker-| win, Tli. Russell, ('apt. Ifaupt. .rth ward— Kerker, l'at Grady, L. Hib bard, O. E. llubbell, Pat LilTis. 6th ward—Robert Christie, M. Gill, F. Cowlev, John Gray. C. Canter. The above committees are not designed to supercede the ward committees. HONEST JOHN IIOLST.—We Give John a large vote and elect Un, POLICE MAGISTRATE.—The persons who do the dirty work for the Republican party are industriously circulating the re port that we are opposed to the. election of Johns to this office. We caution all men against this stuff. We are for the entire democratic ticket, and we ask for Mr. Johns a large vote. We say to all men that he is in all conceivable respects superior to Judge Burris. Whatever our preferences may have been before the Convention, we have uone now. He is a nominee and as such will receive our hearty support, and should have that of every democrat in the city. We are sorry to sec that the Xtw* supports Sears, but are convinced that the article in yesterday's paper is not by Mr. Johns, but was written by the seuior editor, Loornis & Co., who ought to have had leave to retire from that concern long ago. jtW In view of the hard times in view of the manifold suffering through which many of the citizens of Iowa have passed during the past winter, Gov. Lowe has appointed a day os fasting, humiliation and prayer, and lias issued his Proclamation. Whereas the past winter has been one of special trial and destitution to many of out people, on account of which we should humble ourselves before llini who directs us iu ways and to ends unseen by human wisdom, according to his own pleasure and whereas abstinence from food, accompauied with religious humiliutiou and the prayer of faith, in scasous of public distress, are re corded amoug the general duties of all Christian communities, I, therefore, would respectfully recommend Friday, the 2id of April next, to bfe observed by all the people of this Stato as a day of fasting, humiliation and prityer, that thereby we may propitiate a kindlier Provideuce und be fed once more with the heritage of Jacob." Iu testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand, and affixed the great seal of the State of Iowa. Done at 1 Moines, this '2Sth day of ~i March, A. D. Is.VJ, und of the Iu dependence of the United States the Slth.andof this State the lUth. By the Governor, RALPH P. LOWE. ELIJAH Sklls, Secretary of State. Ward .Heeling. The Dfuiaorats of the •-M Want are requ stM to ine^t this evecit.c, at 7 o'clock p. ni at Oharle* i di'.b-fkp'g store, for the purpose of noiuiiialiuK a casdi'Jate for Al lermsn la that Wsrd. April lat 1(?59. AMiioniK'«ui(ii(. PWIMPOHT, March 31, 188S. Mrs°st. tniTiin*or S TATE DEMOCRAT Pl ase announce the name of A3. B. CAI.DWRI.L as In depfiidt nt candidate for Secretary of Srli Board. aprl-8t MANY CITIZENS JYotire of Hcmoval. Drag and Prewriptiea 8(ere. F. ACOBr, JR., WILL REMOVE, ON OK BKPORB A PHIL, 1st, •is Draff ib4 Freserlptiea Stere, TO NO. 40 BRADY STREET, o a o i e w u n St re formerly occupied by Wilson A Harley. •Dclin-dlm Dapaat's Gaapawler. Cflee, A. tELIN, Ageal. 0«s* P. S. Egpr—sOfr ferry slrwt, ketwaaa Second aadTblrA. iinwi' E IV* O O S MOW OPBMVIfO, AT 8MITI'B VARIETY STORK, A LAHOB A880KTHE1VV o» WT• w *nt Obo*x^' ffpjKX.re o o o a lackll-dlw 196#. lpria|Tra4e. 1SS9. DJK «OOD9, RaaU, Hhoeft, said Mala, AT WHOLESALE. RAVI8, *AYVKR Ct„ (Lais Davis, Msidy A Oo.) JRAVB iiioriD *0 aToi# 4*........Lake atreei, Ckleace,.......49 Wh re they are prtparad to show a large slock s mrm Street from Oregon. The British coverette Satelitc was under order* to visit Neiteutie Sound to puuish the Indians uugaged in the recent ou'rage ou the brig Swi?s l!oy. NEW are grat- ified to hear that our action on throwing out Seara meets with the hearty approval of every good Democrat iu the r.th Ward as well aa iu the City. And we are also glad to hear that the lJemoerate in that Ward are rallying iu their might for the struggle on Satorday. A little hard word will elect Honest John by a large majority, unless the Republicans drop Ilaviland, (which we heard yesterday they would do,) aud sup port Sears. If they do this, we still believe they can be defeated. But the Democrats in that Ward have no time to lose. They must be up and doing and every man that votes the Democratic ticket must be got out. NRW Out.KtNs, March 30.—Two large stores occupied by Chas. U. Bailey «L Co., Wholesale Grocers, and I'utnain, Smith iL Putnam, Tobacco dealers, were burned last night. Loss i'lMi.noO. New YOKK, March -I.—The steaaaship Ilurmoniu fioin Hamburg via Southampton 1Mb, arrived this morning AudI hereby Klve public notice that I shall ofTer for *al" .1ubllc outcry oti •'buck Cre 'k Farm," on Batur.lay the Hiitfc ilay of April, sb'J, between the hours of y ar.il 4 o'flock SI of eai'l ilay. U tbe binh' -t and he-it beljer lheief.r 111. a^ti I he al*»ve d •critx-d propyl ty, or "i Hi lent there..r lati^ry the above debt witii II.Ltr si atd costs DaV--! this 29th day of March, H. LKO^ARD, aprl 8h'IT of SiojttOo, Iowa. i A i i S a e ("Ol mv or SCOTT,|c unty, BYofvlrtne By order of the Oomnvtca. i. iww. NUMBER 11*2. A E S N E W S U A 1 A 1 E I 1 A HdV«-)nJl A* Arrival of lk« California Oteilaud SVIall. St. Lous, March i».—The Overland Culi I foraia maii, with dates to the lulh arrived I to night. Victoria dates to the 9th have been re ceived. A proposition had beerfmade to annex the I colony of Victoria to Biiti'h Columbia. it was reported that a reserve ot 4tHl,000 acres of laud will be made at the forks ot the Thompson River for emigrants from YORK, March ::i.—The Steamship Northern Light art ived last evening from Aspinwult with late ituiorlaut news from Nicaragua. The S. sloop-of-war Decatur having anchored in one of the numerous coves near San Juan, the President on being apprised ordered out Moo troops and personally com manding took the Transit for the purpose of resisting the landing, but had not quite reached the shore. TO-DAY'S ADV'TS. doctor kiuii, HAVINO 1V*#«» in hi rpnE utidlv. le I on --fourth i ari a T^ani, with A Uompltt Outllt for Hike's Pe ik, tb* best rig In town, will bwS'.'l I to th 1 gtit ku. a uiati on a't vantage..,u- t-nn* N,ne i.u' a isc. tip 8tatc of Iowa. of an execution. iMiiei from the oSce the Cleik of lie District Oonrl of Scott county low*, in 1 av..r if Mark:.. A Cur* in. tul again-.t Hmry Be. k»r, Kri.m Hrnhn. an I ii-o dated March 2Jtb, l.-:,.i, -n 1 io Hn.-k.-tadt, II*j lirecuil, c,m mndina me, that or th" iimnI*, '••tie''., S'uck or in teres-, in any com..any, il b'Hil'ie p-operlv m'he bati'U of thir |»er.-ons, laiil,«ril t.eme its (which are not esempt by l-w from txecu'ion) of the sal'l Henry ltecn--, Prn-t ttroini ami li o liuck-Udt I limk" or cau-e to be nude. Ihe smn of i..R'y-thr sri'l 45-liKI dollar*, with Inter*, tnl c^'sts, I levied u^ou the rial eslat iu the ,unty ef Sc.if. au I giat" of Iowa, il. s rib-! ,n MI.'Wi 11 wit The we.-t on half of the we*t one-half of lot riuaih*r (even (7) lo b.oek number 111 (4) in the city ,,f li «v. npoft And I herehy rive put,lie not'c» tb it I shall offer fir *aie »t pabh. i.it-c,y »t tbe Coin HOUM-.- .i.Kir Iu thentjr of Diveiipor*, Pc 'it i,ntv, Iowa, on T11 dty, the 3d day «.f ly, lsft», at tl»e hour of .,'clwk m. of said day, to to*' b'ghcrl aud test bkildt therefor, in ca«h. th« ah .ve des-ri"ed property, or suRlcleut thereof to satisfy the above debt, with in terest and "*t*. Dated thi-. JOih ,lar of Marh, 18.'i9. II. I.MONAUD, mch31 Sh ir WOtfl.Dhi* .f gcoit Co, I iwa. Dr. Jul inn Chewebrou^h anirmnce to his patrom an.l frlenr*» that abtent-e from davenport will bn tut ir a short time. Upon hii reiurn In-will be pre pared to execute al! the I,vest improvenit nts In th iiiaunfactareof te'-th UniudloK th iceleljrated ATUR I.OUK r»t,'bS, which hav« been alaiir.'l by »11 wbe have set u them. Jtf B. BECKETT, 49 Brady Slr« et, 19 •«t Deer ta the rest Oflce, DEALER I If i E A ••Lldlory XburctWMr*. OA1IIAOE TIKBBK, frinml|i,«c, OONaTANTLY OH HAND, Safe tmd tapper Leather, Frsaek, Ostaikn, aad Ameriesa rslf, KH Ikiaa, Hsrns*s ather, Ac. A S O Haraoee, Mttoe, •H4lee, Collars Wkfps, Ac., Ac. Boots *ud Bhooa At Whaleiala* Highest eask piles wBl ttvays le paU ter Bides mehtl-ittw-wtf Mmpmrtmmt JVmtiee. A |MIM ef *s atsokkaldsrs ef tke mI Now York .VlarlMi. |*v Tci raaArii Maw VoMK. March 81. T849. ri.ova—Ileavi Mai-v 9 s'11 i,his at SmS Tt fw »u|Mr Mtale t, *146 70 ir e.tra Rtai* S 40 "0 ronim n go.nl exira Wf»tern. iNiniiN ri.ui K Din: ini#7 WKHJT—Du'l W Riai'MKI) THK PHACTICR OK Pbysl'-, ri'spe. tfulijr Mjl I It. tlie patrubagu ol Uid Irl' ii'laanil the put ic. Orricc —No 8 Nlckoii* Rieck, ever Ike Bank. aprl-tf :ln'l get kln.l of a man Deed apply Only ..i,e nbarn t•• il|pose of. Riiqair-. fur two d.y.-. i i.lv, at apr 1 -3t KVANvi, CHKW A OO *8. Dlsselutlou of ('o|artii«rsbip. rr*HB rjpa-tm islup li-ret ire exis'iliK between J. tbi* u'id'i»IKIIil ill tb'- l-'.r inle i arH Al e hn.e bns'm-MS, In the city llavenport, Iowa, I* tins day diasoU"! bv iniuiiul .nteiit. Trebu*lne*» will heiearterb»ondi -leJ by David Ti.wiineu.i a i-1 ilph Cooler, und. the naiuc hj.I 8t|e ..f Tow n*. nil Si Oolller, who me anl iloi ifcul settle the bn,luesi of Ihe late llnu ol Tnwutselid, Ua/na A Co- Davenport, Iowa, March SI, IH59. IIA VID TOWN89ND. J. V. BOOTT COI llAVKrt, aprl-dSw RALPH COI.LIKB. Merlff 'n Sate, THE STATE OF IOWA, I In tl. olt county Dia- ntv, ss. tru Court. BVofvirtu -of an execution issued from lie- office the Clerk nf the Hts'rict C^urt of "dt coun ty, Statu of Iowa. In favor Nieb. las Kti'-rvary, plntii'iff, aieI against IxnatluH l.*D i-r, deft-ndant, dateil Man ~th, aulto me iliret t-il, t'ouiuia'iii Iiik me tli At or 1 li" k.io.W, 1 ijat I-. -1 oek 01 i'»i. rest In any r«npaiiy, dehis due, properiv In the baiuls uf ttitid |ier«oiiB, lai.'l.i ami tent uiuils (wUirb are nut ex inpt hv law rrom execution) of th- mi'l l«i :»tinn Lanxcr 1 in.tke, i.r caus" to te n.the sum of twenty-three hundred nil-.-and o hki il. ilaiH, wiih lufrent an.l coots nnd !y viriue of s ild execution I Levied upon tb" followingUescribt'l iwisonel piop erty,to wit double luinijer wssfinp. -2 ox arts, 1 Hoe r«aper, I *ewin„' marblne, 1 corn cmeh"r ami bor*e .wej, 1 two lior*. tle.l, *i fauniiiK luill-, 'i If cutter•, I staple ma 'hli e, 1 cu.-.j, pre*-. 1 kelt HiiJ Htove, 1 cnphourd I tmx wlib Rlasi, 7 harrow*, 4 cultivator!, 2 breakluK piows, iic.rn planter. I pair sle. lydi.U, 2 wln.1, w- i h, 1 roit'.~. mill 5 Bfyth-s, :i 5 tjop sh ,v Is, fh. velpiow. I lm rake 4 two bort-e iH1-, I two tiurn s raper, 1 fc().., ros-. .•• *»w, 1 wbe. I barrow. 4 s 7 |. u k l.ar re S screw p. hies 8 hay 1 akea, 1 Del aUrnJs. 1 tool cheat aid c-r. .-nt1 tobacco utter. I aug -r, I li .\ and con tent 1. S sa' of s e l, I tin iro. oil caiix, I pomp rha.a -i puts tali*. 4 pi e„ plaijk, platloi m«, 'i lolls wlr-, 1 .'pade, li pit-hforks, 1! hair luisfc.-l ui asuref, 8 log chain*, I sorrel horae, 'Js-it loul*e I arU Bf, li ox yok.!., I break I. ow, 4 *111 rltf pl..n o how, li Shovels 2 ipideb I Iniggy tongue. 2 pitch fork*. S Iron bars, 1 hex aadcoultiii*, 2 k K.-, 1 pl.efanciujj plank. 1 0 orestra. HVE Ki-.fa Qit-t, 3 5tl"S4 Wi Hi iswusav i l.ui'a,-l .•• 1 00 tm| .IruoMng. Sal-* INM Is* at 1 4_ f.rre.l We.ttru I 4i f.r mix-l MukiIs i' a« —Klrm. Sale.i 2ti mu l.u at for fur ml*"!! Wert' III «'AT--Slea.lv: Rvi—s|u ei tit*. «j k v l)u I Tn. Po«a-Me-, u:IIW mmm t»Ns as ia MI.4I R1 for 11 w nnisa W$3 far 44 mass: l» e» lor prime. Btsr— Firm r. li.n ON—italet. I'M' Mk»T»—Steady Lt hi —better. Sale. 300bklsatl2M#12«( Bcttsr-'fiichang. A CIISI.SK- L,iu liaised WMtS* V— Krtllll! al '.'7 s D. PKKNTM'i:, The ^Peei, Wit and suteaaaa," ,'ll-E DELIVER A I.ECTl ltE AT MSTROFOLITAN UAL.U AIUIIBAI KVtlNINti, APRIL 4, '&!». lVlircT "Tko Asaeeie as4 VaHesrls* of Amorleaii Politic.." Ticket*, 25 rents be obtained at Ibe BurtlS Hons' l.e Claue UbOSe, tttJn's 1'uot OBce Depot, and al 'he it.x.r }"Sk PHKNTICK will lei lure jt Rock Island, fumliy eveniug, April 5th. SrsjacT" Amerioan Statesflsaathip. Mjont. AOOI.D CHAIN MRACKI.KT. The Under Will I e suitah.y rewarded b/ leaving U at tbl* olR' ni«h38-ir J. A. OI.B1 St tO.'l Oi ft 800k. Store! 56 BKAUY ST, (hearing's Hat Store.) a n i i om IH H,indn!j,h .Sfrsei, C'Aiia^u.) ^I^IIM proprietor* will sell look- for $1 Zi with J. tiift lo value from ju- to fifty doll.ri., at tli tini" ot .lie,or un eitra 9' *tf uift' sd of the ((if Th- Mir.-st tl ade any one can set 1* two nee and pert'it hooks for the pri e ,.f,ne. The la.lu* In imi licular are iei|nested to call and exso.me our •tuck of books. [met 261 A.OOIDV kOO Notice. rpiR co-p*rtn rslnp h. r. i .f.,ra existing bstwesa I Ilould Steers- is hei. by ilisroTyi'd by ninths! ino iit llaliiel Hviiid iiks purcliai ed the eut ire In terest .1 I,is late paitner, an I i- aloue suthorl In s-'ttle the buaiu 'is and sign tli« name of tbe iiiuj In •«tl|. 01 til luted Davsopevt« March 'M, 1 r-to. UANIBI. UOUI.D, lu:hJ7 R. V BTRKRB fJIHB flUBBDRIURRa WILL CONTINUR THM Carpet aad Faralture Baalaess, AT THE 9 A MI! KI.At C, «1 KA8T 8BCOJVO ST., WHERE A Fall mt»Borfment af Goods may at *11 tlms b» found Bflnx Krsteful for the palroiiaK t' the old fliiu. he liopns liv continued as fldnitN HI his line of trade, to merit the favor* of tin citia ns of Davenport aud vi. inin. ni' n!7 DANIRI. OOfTM. eeaefli DKNTAL. THK LATEST llirKOVKNKK^ IN BXTKACTINH TERTH. fr. 'Jam*w Jttorrou, HAS piircbaseil tbe rnrhtto use lr. Braacb'* le ai 'annestlo fia," for llie e 1 rat I lug or te.lb w about pain, by appl I11K cold tt the sinus, without any i: nirioi.s 1 ilei la whatever. Also, i-. preparel to extract teeth by the latest Improvement* tn Rlfctric Ity. JAMES MOiiUOW, Sargeea aad Mechaalcal lleatift, FOURTH STRRBT, Between Main and Harrison itrrats, South Side, ad olnlng Dr. Fountain's roeidecce, Orrica Ann REsmaaoE Onifimn, Davenport, Tows. tf"!Any mount of reference given If remlred •rpllj I I I V S I K K O I U Deutal SurRoou, re.peetfoliy Info'm the Inhabitant* t.f V v I'avtnp-.rt and vicinity iha' he bus op ne an olflce dlrecily ovei the ttavenp rt Gas Co.'*, In Mer win's 111 it s, on ferry, I- tw' ii Thiidau 1 Fourth «t'«, for the tramaitlon ol Merhanleil and Operative l," u t'.stijf 111 So lt^ lit»iu l.e Having |. n.s: rm- tn n« frosi, and dm Inn Ihe real jrar been *s*clat'-d with, one of I if tuost able practl"n 1- 111 tfie Ea-l, he feels 1 inflil 'Cil that any operation, entru* ml to blm will In -.. ruled 111 a carefhl and skillful main.' He will be ino-t happy to show any who may favor lino with a all his reo'iiiiiMiidatioria, which tie of the hlrfl.ent Clursi ter arel Would Invite the most critical elimination upon all woik ,nu.iitt*il to his ban !s. All op'rat 1 »n- reyi^terej ar: I warranted He aol:r|is a hare of the publl. (.stro'iaffe, and taktta pleasure iu lubmiitlns the fo'U.wu 1 testiuionlal New I oMiiOH.Oet u, IS67. This mav eertlfv that fir-J Chenebr"ii?h hast era a pupil ot mine |u ibe study of lietilistr). and that during Hit past ai, In l.ar- ..... ra'e with mr iu my office, In tils professional ab| ily I havethe KrealrSt coandence, and .tdially recommend biiu to any wl- htme su cervlc*. a* those of a careful andsklll fol Dental Operator. W. W BHBFFIBI.D. And also Iu referring to Mtxsrs. O. T. a (.'. Hbepard, Hon T. W. WUUaiu*, l»r W. W. Hhefllsld, li Marned, C' L"arnet, II'.II Ktieuezer I^afaeA, Or. I^wls K- tts, W Browne of Now I)r.narrows. nobj Cannon, Dr Witherwax, W II flurlev Bsq, R-v Pack art, A If Harrow Ksi), WEEKLY STATE OEMOOUT T*B W1EKLT ItATB DllOOIAt IS PUBLiaaRD rVKRY i n a u A V 0 A i O* LABOR. CI.RAB TVPK, AT ta OO PER ANNUM. IV ADVAIOi Rales of AlTeniim i« tke Weekly. like square (of 12 lines) .iie week...... ..gi eo each aiklitional inasrtkjn tl* Onesquare one BioiiUi a nO I*o loontha. 1 n three mouths................. ji a v Rev liaoicl Hnnttngtaa, l»r W St.sMard, nn also to II Hnrrows, I)r Baker, Rev It Mason, Meiers Oenfe A flafBlat, a True, W A Reulngtoa, A Mast, PMerw.o, A W Bailey. [MM Obas Powsrs JaoN Rogers. Woodward, W Smith, HI ymaker. Rev O Ratlin, Joe Ijambrtte, i V K S Wing's Fariaa Cracker*, Hard, ar Pliet Bread, O A O S N I S BUTT BR, WATBB. BOD A, wnra. W n a a N e k o A* 9* A. IAHIBI'1, Will •it am tfk* 0SSI U MM t, at mrti IMS 1 O Ml an roontlts................... 1# "tie 1 1 e Oaeeataaia, one ee sgm CARDS. A KCil 1TECIL' K E. raatRoi.i. «m hmaii, Aarurrnon. OFFICE—Mo. 1 Metropolitan Hall, seeowd HM4at.,DavtafMl, k« join T. KlftU, IIEAI. ESTATE A EXCIIANCK BUOfKBR. NOTARY Pi-bi k a rosiaisMoasa orDsRM, i*K 1 LAlHt HOW-U tisarr H.,n KHtfaee, J»»!1 B*tr**Mn, low*. 1 thohisotow, a a. aaoys, I ahitmsn. O. B. Oi niulsstoaer. TIIORINUTUH, RBOWN A ARMBn^'NO. reatml. lews corner ef Bn^ AtToRscvsand Oounaelors, Dovaapssi, lews DQi. e, No. •». Nk kulls' Blot-k, and Second *tret t* JOHN r. M|«B»:KN, CJ 1I.OCK and Watch Mafeer. aad Bar raver, BrWf street, between Second and TIhmI, Itaveawort. lewa Jew try made »ni| repairs-1. BJF «a.se* put in Sfwctacle* at reasonable ratse. hi" DRY GOODS. O O & O W THOSE BEAUTIFUL GOODS HAVE AMRIVEB, AaBare now departing. Wa frupeea Mlfnf af latalltr MhrmfUm.l Than ver before, and of course lower thaa be found west ot the last**lpp| Rtv«r. W KsH|, sal Ktaalas a AT ma Wen Kaawa (heap Stare, or ELDRIDUi: WILLIAMS, W RRADY nr., BBI.OW SK0OND, SM* LEA'DMD STOCK tt OV I I I O F.r*.r«, AT U O A 80 V E E A NcklS fUc'i e a k Mharpa' Kil'l-ea! A N now be procar*! la Daveaptrt at (fee flaseo More of Hills A Washburn, •At Paotory Friooa. These B'ms are superior tt suy ether now In nee. The repi lltg with whlcb they cm he esaakWReO (thirty-three tlaeelntbre* minutes,) E A A Y A S U A N U K renter them more desirable thaa any othsr gaa^ kr tbe use of persons goiLf to tke tiald Miaei or acr ea the flatus. No one bould leoee wMkaaA first *e 'uriiitf one of thes*Celebrated Rlgaa. HILLS 4k WANMBUHN, Agoarta, He. 66 Brady St., Davmport, Iowa. Plke'i reak Mtavei, Waih Paaa, and eveiy thtng ln tke line of TIN WA.RB1 "MrttaWe for the Sold Mine*, coaaUotly on hsn4 ga§ farnlshed at short notice SsehlH I•IKSfrom OTBTBR, SRAHAII, 1 %m VioliMH, Accerdreaa, ITMIN, IMit ClMltl At warn v wmmmm MHHR TaBva iitLaLv.. il *:i BILLS A WA8HB0BM, U Brady atreei. Dedff'i For April, JUST rerelved. another aupply, price If esat*. Arther'n Ladlea' me Magazine lor April, gel lieeuti. Du:teue' Houeabold Words AfHl,H|*| IBeaaSe. Lond .n Art Journal to- April, price *0 eaot*. Auisriceii World of FasMea WMk 1 laip* VaaklM Plat-. Book and Two Charte of fall alas 4f«asSV cents. nli.o Illustrated News, March 6, aUetals. deaalc Bouqaet for April, 10 oeate. Reteivlnsdally, all ths w*ebljr n-wag Re Vrcst aad Tribune, fee, Ac, at th* fwwsk Beak Baeias, Ho. Co Brady St., three doors above the ft _"*i*« 0HARLBB ADAWH, riiae Herd Oats far tiale^ AVB oa haad aad for sale at farm a|^ a lown, oa Ue HarrtseTBtWwef 1,SM hathela eld lead tota. HToH I#»* a**ar» mcktt-dAwtw R. SMIItt •laaka! Rlaaka!!