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miHAIIIMlN 4k WBS1 proprietors. t. a. an a. I. BuiteBs, TCBNI or ABVBKTIWRtt. ai ttuu eras sv vaa HVGSPORT ASSOl'IATCD PICAS, Mar IBM. o I i a i n O E i k o n IN irtct $0 7S 1 oa vo dui, i$IIUO 00 teo I 800 I toe i 1000 OB* •auk, Si i weeks, I'hr** daya, Trur day«, rive '!»•», ^iie week, »o weeka, flree *r'ki 1 98 f»n months. 180 Three oi'inQi 175 Fetir montli®, 9 0*1 SI* moiiUii, 8 iK) 1 year, no change, 1 fcX 400 1 (quart-* 1 96 4u fur one half square two-thlrda of the above rales Bualii)-** (.'arils not loeiceed II rir» gib 00 per an: For each change an additional eharge of 9b cents |tr square will be made. Larger 4pare obarged at Uia rate of $7 iti fur sack Iditioual Kjuar*. KIOTII K TO AUVKRTI»ICRS. large cut* charged double tbe mom dimenslofis af iTt-*. Oi*playeJ advertUeiteou ono»half sort than |sual ralea. Vr.uij nvi-rtuiiig D'^rioti will be understood to |V'ply »trictiv O.s- Imiu'.-d.at* busluesa of the adver .*• r, and nil other advertisements sent ill by Ike ad* rrttaerel.l be i l.artie eitra. Advertisements riot accompanied with Instructions HII bem»erl I until forbid, and barged accordingly. Notlcoa It rv'.igioua and benevolent purposes ln lerted -»i time free of coal, thereafter charged aa lbt sdvi-rn v-nii-nta. A l»ertl»-Mi.-iit» froai abroad muat be paid for hitrtably in O'trantf, iiMees from roved A grot a Contra* tt for yearly advertl»lng terminable at the Jptlou of» 1 v-rti«' ri, tl,.y pavlaK an advancement of per on thi"ntra(t price. AdverllKen'* :iti( inserted n*-*t t.j mailing maltar foper •••ot. advance on above rates, aud kept oq In i la, 2b i» i l. advance on regular rata*. All transient advertisements muat b« paid for la dVance, BICHARDSON k WEST, Iowa Slate Democrat. ItANDKHH .V Hll'l Dally Oai'tle LI.HCIIKH CO, Dor Demokrat. HABlUM.ToS A. WIl.EIB. Daily liveningMews CARDS. JOH* V. BILLN, ttornby AND coinsbi.ok at LAW, aad Nutarv Public. 0»m -n»veO|» ,rt'» Block, Davenport, Iowa. •I VS. B. Pl'TNAM. j. B. UUIB. PUTNAM LKAKB, iroKNtl .H AND COI NSRLOR.S ATI.AW.and Notaries Public. Offln, No. Main at reel, Javenport, Iowa Mayl7dlf J. J. UAI.I.IV, AND AQENT AND RBAI. BSTATE HROEBB, IJ »lll give special attxation to rentluK houaea and oiln tinK rents Alao, buy, aall, enbange. iaa« ^ad pay laiea on real estate negotiate loana, exaio ^n^land lltla a, h. (Itrn t-Ii liiak' Biore fc Lawaa' Bank. No- 17 Iradv atraet, DaT"i.|.o t, Ic.-wa niaylO'flai HENRT H. ANDKRSON, TrORNKY AND COI'NIBLtX)R AT LAW, and i Notary PuMlc. I nana made on Improved property. Metropolitan Block,'2d ureet. Dtfiapirl, DtK TOR KKlTllt IAVIN8, HKHl'MRD Till PKA0TI0B OP Pbyal'- r-«pe tfully 80lt:IU the patronag* af i!" frl'iidaan I the i.nMi' Orric»: —N'o. Ni loilii Hlock, oyer the Bank, aprl-tf TA1I.MK A BAM.OHU, NO. wur BKCOND STRUT, (LB CLAIBB Ko*,| f)«T( iip ,rt, Iowa, whoie«al« and retail |d"alera Or uk», Mellrlnee, Oti' nilcaU, Paints, OUk. Iw allow OlaHH. Kan.-y Artlrlea, Perfumery, Mineral •Teeth, Oold Poll. &. Sic Mcht 1MICTURH HICKMAN AND HKlD AVK RKMOVRD str'-'-t, Mi I marh4-if THIIH OKK1CB to Bo 8 1'ie i -'if-'pn lira ij »nd Main. J. V. PAUMin, 1*1 »•. Y S A N A N S U O K O kCl ldb-u tli MeaHr*. R' g«r A Bowera, No. M, Hrady nireat. i 1th them will recalye prompt atten nov34 tird.-ra left I tluu. |JAMBS T. LAMB. JOSEPH J. LANB Attaraeya f}*««Mllora »t Ua, IOHIO*—Nos. 4 and 6, Commercial Block, south-east loonier of 2d and Brady atreeta. rktm n.uMER. QEO. M. Alt IIOHUI, PI.I MER A VAN HOSKN, ATTOBN8T8 w and Counaellors at Law. and Nota ries I'.iMli Also agents for the Charter Oak I fire Inf. Co., Hartford, Conn., Capital AM0,U00 OltyPlrelu.C....New Haven, |600,*0. Office Le Claire Blook, Davenport. aapT JOHN V MWRKRN, CtI.OCK and Wat. Maker, tn Bnaraver, Brady atreet, between Set-.m.l »nd Third, Paveuport, Iowa Jewelry uiada and repalr*1. rf aia»a-» put In Spectacle* at n—nnghf rates. mchn II. WHEKI.KH, CIBNERAI. I COMMIHRION AND PRO DUCK Marrhant, (IVh Anent of tbe Syraonse Ball Manufactary for Davenport and neighboring tcwus- WarehoiiH*opposite R. Dapot, Davenport, Iowa aunO'tVi C'WKHIN A l»OW, ATTOBNBYS AND OOI'NHRLLOBB AT LAW ANO NOTARIBS I'UBI.I*' OiBoo— At Maoklot A Oorbln'a Bachanga oflee, Davenport, Iowa. oalBtf T. II noRLDV CO., BOI.K8A1.K and Retail Dealers In Fancy and Stap e Uroc'rlea, Dalaell'a Block, cjrner of p^rry an tiacond street*. Flour, Oawent and Plastering Hair couatantly on hsnd. ir* All »1«Mvered fre*4 of charge. Davenport, lawa, April -14, 1859. [apr44-3m A. •. HKNNrrr. ti. P. WHITUOMB. hknnktt a wmnonB, ATTOUNRV8the AND OOITNSEM OR9 AT LAW, Notarlea PolilU- and Ooumilm-lonera of Deeds, will practli-.-In Court* of Scott,Clinton, Jaekton nnd Mnicatlne lOunUe*. an4ln Itork Island county, III and tbe U. 8. District 0 urt of lowa. OrrirE—N. W. Oornar Main and Second atreeta. anil )U.US BAIL, WIUIOB OBITBAO HAI.li & OllTEAU, ATTORKBVS \NDOOI NSBI.I.KR9, NOTARIES Public, CimmlShlonari of Deed* for Maine, Ver mont. New %!:nstilre, Ma«sa9»m«Plts. Saw York, New Jersey, Pt-i n ylvanla, Virginia, OMo, Tennaa •«V Kentn ky. Illinois and Mis*onrl offlca Nn28 ag£|g st one door south of Ootk 4l Sargent's Bank, jnlf l»t. I^. juivl-dfcwly JOHN N. CHAW FORD, ^ttornry and oomrsBi oR at law, and i Notary P'h'tc- Ornoa—Nlckolla' Block, up stairs. Ja» J. D. FATTON, ATTORNKV AT law. once— np atalr*. In the building foi raerly occupied by »J. W. WUay, Woat Second btreet. Bu*l'ie«« intrusted to hla cara will be pnnctoal'y attaoda^ to Davenport, January I, 185"• M89 JOHN T. KINO, REAL ESTATE* EXCHANGE BROKER, Notaut Public la Co«m»aioB«a or Dbbdb, /, CLAIRE HO W—L* LUirf //all in frame a, janil Daraaptrt, lawa. IdtCAKN k COATEI, WHOLESALE GROCERS, fOftWARDINO A COMMISSION MBRCHANTj, |fe. 1 V obt Stbbet,Cobmbb 0 or Bbaot, Oaveaport, Iowa. rrn are instantly In receipt of Freah Orooor VV lea, which we off-r at Wbuleaala, for cash, at tkB lawe^t orlc a. and tc which we Invite the atten llffg dealers In city an-' eoantry. may7 fi« BURR SWIFT. BKADV ITBEEThw 11 AQENTS for the aala of Dtyaafa Spartlag III Hlaatlag Pawdar, and Safety t'aaa apfH'IW-dfcwtf B1JRTIS BOWSE, OORNER OF IOWA A FiFTH STREETS DAVKBPORT, IOWA. •cklNtf Rev Tftlltrtif BitaMlataMit, irOftTI-WBST COB. BRADT AND POCRTB MB WffERB yon can get your money back In Iba ahape ot an elegantly fitting rm nt, made Hi of tbe boat material and at the vary low. at ll IlK. A tea aaaortmant o' Cloth*, Oaislmetaaaod Vea Itaga aa haad, which will ba sale to ordar at tka •kortaat notice. NIIOII It MILLBR. BXVSAOTBD BT A Maw PRUUBBB J. #Haatoaaloalngaay dotayar i»la iMIiib HLIV8 CIBSBBItVfil, —IbI RarfMB. OVrap—!• Hwla'a BUok,« Parry, IllBigaM i, ka ti Bow yra» ^P"|rapf!P VOLUME 4. STATE DEMOCRAT. Davaaiafl, Jaaa IO« lis#. f\ 8c• iven. tSi Dtarborn »tre«t Chicago, la autliorlia.1 to retxlve *dverll»eaieota for tbu p»- ffair. ABHAHOEMENTS. Tiujea of opening and cloalng uiaUa tn tbe Davecpcct y /at Offl' e Eat rsua MA I srrivea at 6 *5 a n and 5.80 I .noes at'*.l& a a»c i.:HU b. Nobiiilm* Ma.i. via Uut-'4'i'»nd Northern Iowa, arrive* at 5 Ut c!i »e«a 14 A M. Soutbbbn M.ml. from hi. Louis sou Southern BM Hour!, ar ilvi'H it S (l cioa'-a at V i" A B. Wsura* A»o Bociaia* IOWA MAIL, »..s i-io*e« at yi» V M. Ii.i.iaois WA v MA Tu-nlaya, Thuradaya and Baturoajs. AM I v A I arrives aud U.,»ea at l'J Toesaays an Krldaya. ABABOSA MAIL, arrives and closes aa 12 M, oa Tl.iirndaya. Tb»cfltca will beopan oa Sanday during the Bum mer from S to IU A B. Democratic (,'uasly t'ssisallss. Tlia Derno.r»y Hcntt Cui !itr ar l.ershy »o tlfled tbst Convention of D*l'gatef, from the dif ferent Townships lu thu County, will ba hi-W at the Ooo't In Dav-nport, on Wednesday, the l&ih of Jnne, at clti k I'. M. The cbiact of Ihlx Con venti »a Is to select Delegate* to attend the State Convention at Dea Moltes, «.n the '&'• 1 Inat. Sr. tt (i untj i* in':Ilrl to 14 Delegates In that Ccmvea tl'.n The dlff rent Township 0cinmi't»et are r» qoeaUil U call meeting* and aend DeUgaUa to the Ui.mity t.'onventlon. The rate of representation i» one Delegate for every 60 Democrat if vote* cast at the laat October election, and one additional Jor every fraction over 5o J. aOHSS, C'A'n Otm. Centr*l Com for Hcatt to. Townablp .lleellBi Altanllon Demverata. The Demoerata cf Davenport Township are re (jnekt^d to ineet at the Court Houra on Batarday afternoon, June 11th, at '1 u'ilock P. M., to appoint, delegates to the County Convei tlon to be held on the I6tli. By (hriler of tht 7*»rw/ii] Com. Xiooal New Dagterrkan (Jallert. Meeara Morse A Egbert, (aueceasora to Adami,) have removed their Daguerrean gallery to the N. E. corner of Second and Brady atreeta,(over Crampton'a store,)where they have very tastefully titled up a suit of rooms, with excellent facilities for taking first class'picturea The front room is a reception room which la handsomely furnished and profusely deco" rated with excellent pictures Attached to to this is a toilet room. Neit is the opera ting apartment which is very commodious, and has the best facilities for light, in the city. A new and extensive sky-light has been erected immediately over this room, which is so arranged aa to secure the best lii^ht, either in bright or cloudy weather.— Heyond this apatment is the laboratory in which the mysteries of chemioal proceases^tre performed. This tirm are now fully prepared and competent, to execute photographs and ambrotypea in the latest style of the art' and we would adviao ev»ry person wanting a food picture to eall on Mobsb fc EbuugBT. Besides the advantage of position which they have obtained by their removal this tiric- are talented artistes iu their pro. fession, and A hou hoif to take a handsome picture. Give them a call. Supper of tuk Mkmukbs or tub State Medical Convxntion.—The annual banquet supper of the members of tbe State Medical Society, was given at the Le Claire House on Thursday evening. At nine o'clock, the members left Wesley Chapel, and pro ceeded to the parlors of the Le Claire House, where an hour or so was spent in social conversation, when they proceeded to the spacious dining hall, where the tables fairly groaned under the good things which were there provided by mine host, Mr. Magill. Tbe bill of fare was extenaive, but we noticed with pleasure that the majority of tho«e present succeeded in going through the greater part of it in a style that is not olten superceded in any society. The supper was most excellent, and just as we had uearly finished discussing a liberal pro rata, we imagined we heard an unfamiliar noise— something like the concussion produced when any substanee—a cork, for instance— leaves a given point with a whiz and strikes the ceiling above. Whether we heard aright or not, we leave others to decide but we are sure that peering through small stemmed glasses as though something of an extraordinary character was to be seen, waa the next thing we noticed after hearing the aforesaid noise or noises. And soon there was a call for toasts. The President, Dr. Itaucb, was called on to ad dress the audience, which he declined to do just then, and gave satisfactory reasons for not doing so. Be it known, however, that subsequently he addressed his fellow disci ples iu a very able and happy manuer. Dr. K. is a man of genius. Prof. Hughes also gave sound reasons why it would not be politic to make a speech when first called upon he had other matters of an absorbing nature to attend to. But the worthy professor did speak before he loft the table, and in a very interesting man ner. He expressed strong hopes in refer enee to the Keokuk Medical School, of whieh ha has taken the lead. We trust (hat Institution will flourish. Dr. McGugen of Burlington, addressed the Asssmbly in a very acceptable manner, with reference to his early practice in Iowa. He had been in this city when there was scarcely a habitation, and had since been an ardent and untiring laborer in the field of physic. Dr. Baker gar* a brief and interesting aecount of the rfw and progress of the Scott County Medical Society. Dr. Gregg of Rock Island, entertained the andieno* in his peculiarly interesting style. He related tome stories which brought down the houso. Dr. Witler, an aged and retired physi cian, gave a few sketches of an interesting character. In fact, the** wave aaaberlees good things said and done, which we have not time or space to record. The press waa rsprsssated by Oapt Life tlsr of the Oaztllt, Mr. Johns of the Newt, aad Mr. Riebardeon af tka Dmmeermt. At I o'elaak, tka pa*r Me apt, wall goaMdwith HI* •raatog'a «Hfr kai tka $kmm tf n*n L- arrives at I Rivaa armei t~46 A U and M0 clusen a' U a and Y A.'L fr.Lia, including river town aoovoBt. I.oul«, the Mlaitonn River, Nebraska atd Kansas, via H*iiri|W.aBt Joaeph B, arrives at 10 a iiiinatlfa. Riv ra MAIL, In eluding ri»er towns from I e Claire to Lyon4, arrlvea at A clo .ee at A B. NoBTBaa* MAIL,by lan i, up the rivei, arrlvea at 1 Sunday", Wedtie«lay« and Prides: closes st y N tn Mondays, Wodneadaya and Prtdava. Bi i a 'JBaim MAIL, arrives at 12 B, elosaa sAtt AN.M AI. ni.tTIHO CI THE ttrRBd Lodge of F. A«A* B. Of THB tTATB or IOWA. THIBI' bA V. The Grand Lodge wet this moving ia the Metropolitan Hall pursuant to idjourn m«nt Business of a miacellaneou charac ter, occupied the morning saesiof and in tho afternoon, agreable to pr«»io» notice, the Lodge formed in procession a«l parad ed through some of the principal streets and back to the hall, where tbe Iiatalation of the newly elected officers tookpiaaa. The followirg is the list: Grand Matter—J. li. Hnrtaoek. Iftpultf Gratui Matt»r—Ttio*. E. Benton. Htn. Grand Warden—John Scott. Jun. —E. A. Gulbert. Qtand Treaturer—Wm. D. Treiilcock. Secy—Theo. S. Parvin. Sew. Deaeon—C. Slewwt Ells. Jun. Jitacon—B. F. Dodsoa. Marnhal—Wiu. Utana. Sytord btartr—Ssmual Welch. Purruivant—J. S. Dimmitt. Steward*—Q. C. Wright, James Jeffries. Grand Tyler—S. Shriner. Tbe installation ceremonies wera grand and imposing. Tbe annual oration was delivered imme diately after the installation, by GranlOra tor, George B. Jocelyn, and was a very able affair. The Hall was crowded almost to suffocation, quite a number of the audience being ladies. The 1 nstallation Ode was sang by the Philharmonic Society. The busineaa of the meeting will be finished to-day, (Friday) when the members will disperse. The attendance from abroad is very large, and there seems to be a deep interest man ifeeted for the cause. "Not A Drop Wheat* Oa'a Corn Potatoes.... Mor«.w—Yesterday afternoon we had a smart shower which laid the dust, and made tbe air delightfully and comfortable. But we do not require any more rain just at present, for the ground is now soaking full £W From tbe Census returns of Scott Co., it appears that in 1868 there were 124,499 acres of improved land, whilst in 1856 there were but 74,226 acres. The productions of a few ot the leading articles is as follows Produced tn 1656 13SH Wheat bostitis MC 621 U»6,166 Oa'i i 9,s9tt 73 54a Corn 7S9.7S7 H6M48 Potatoes liW.syj ll2 417 Taking the amount of land in cultivation on the respective crops above in 1856 and 1858, and estimating the land in cultivation this year to be equal in extent to that cul tivated,last year, and estimating this year's productions at the rate per acre yielded in 1856, would give In round numbers, for the above articles bushels 1,(150,000 3M.IXJ0 1125,000 820,000 As.the production of this County. But be sides the enumerated articles, there are number of others Jwhich^ would probably nearly double tbe value of the aggregate of above. Tiir Market Ordinance.—In Oc tober, 1854, the City Council passed an or dinance granting the privilege of erecting market houses in the corporate limits. The ordinance granting them this privilege also empowered them to collect rents for stalls, and also bound tbe city to cause all venders of meat and vegetables to rent stalls of the msrket house owners. In November, 1850, the Council passed another ordinance imposing heavy fines for for all violation of the market house ordin ance, which for a time awed the butchers into submission. But the market ordinance did not swallow with a very large portion of our citizens. The market houses were located at least half a mile from the centre of the city, and no meat could be procured aftet a certain hour. Soon the dissatisfac tion broke out in hearty condemnation of the ordinances. Th* Messrs. Kelly rented a store down town and opened a market. The city authorities came down on them like a thousand of brick, took their meat away and brongbt them before a magistrate for trial. Tbey were granted a jury, tried and acquitted. The city authorities not relishing this, arrested them again and took them before the Police Magistrate, who fined them. The Messrs. Kelly then applied for an injunction restraining the city au thoritiea from removing and destroying their meat This injunction Judge Cook granted, but owing to some alight infor mality it was set aside, and the Kelly's were again at the mercy of the city officers. The fight did not end here, bnt as it was useless for the butchers to undertake to do business under such circumstances, they soon withdrew and shut up their shop. At the time theeity authorities iemoved the meat of Messrs. Kelly, a great portion cf it was spoiled, and they therefore commenced suit against the city for damages. The case would have been tried this term of court, had not Judge Dillon been an interested party in the matter, ha having been one of the sttorneys for the city. The Messrs. Kelly took an appeal from the fine imposed upon them to tha Supreme Court, and that high tribunal decided in their favor, thus virtu ally declaring tha ordinance unconstitu tional. But it appears.that tbe city fathers are not satiffied with that deoiaton, but wish to try it over again, and as ths city has an over plus of idle funds to pay oasts with, per haps it is as well that they should give them another try. That tbe city ean force these men to take up their quartere in an other person's building is, we think, all folly. The market houses', aa they are now conducted, are very convenient institutions, but move them oat ot taws, or nearly so, and they baoana a nuisanee. As tbe city has got its foot in it, let a contract, ae reaeonable as possible, be made with the owners of the laarket houses, by which the eity will bind itself te pay the owners of said houses a fair rant for their buildings, and leave the batehers to do as they sea fit, provided (kef keep tkeir shops ingoodaqpdition. We have eusrlirf with aaayoa tha MfyMt, aad we Baa safely say tkal k» lit iHkB P— Bpl» /:i DAILY IOWA STATE DEMOCRAT. IOWA8TATE HF.DIC A I. BOCIE 11 s o !Tn i) •OKKING fttwiov The Society acc* ,-ted the compliment, and passed a vote of tlianks for the curtesy. The Committer on Nominations for Oft aars, for the ensuing year, reported For frendent.—Dr. E. S. Babbowb, of 9aott County. Viee-Frttident.— Treasurer.—W. B. Cochran, Johnson. Ckntori.—Dra. E. J. Fountain, D. L. Mo Ougin, R. S. Lewis, A. W. McClure, J. S. Di in matt. The Committee also reeommended Du buque as the place for holding the next The Board of Censors reported the name of Dr. Huff, of Iowa City, for membership' and he waa elected. TO MAIL, SUBSOKIBEBft. FIVE XtQJ^ARS PEK ANNUM—CITY SUBSCRIBERS lO CENTS FEB WEEK.1 A r. The Association convened st the time specified, at adjoiygiineat. After reading ,, „j... ,, and garbage. Rttom for work on all tha the mtnutee of mfterdsv s proceedings, aAw HB I i*i Dr. Ranch, offer- 1 a volume of the Trans actions of the N State Medical Society,'* presented by the Secretary of said Society. Gboboe Ruder,of Mas eatine. Recording Secretary.—Allen Dr. Barrowe was introduced to the Soci ety, by Dre. McGugin and Lewis, and con ducted to the Chair. Report of I)r. Ranch, upon the Medical Topography cf the State, waa a very able paper, and showed much research and labor in its compilation. Dr. Hughes, moved a committee of five to receive and consider Dr. Rauch's report, as to the best mode of publishing it. The Committee consisted of Drs. Rauch, Lewis, Hughes, Fountain and Cochran. Dr. Fountain offered the following reso lution Resolved, That a committee of one from each county repreeented, be appointed to report at the next meeting of this society, on the subject of Ozone, embracing observa tions in relation to Its prevalence in the atmosphere in different localities, and under varying circumstances, and its influence and other characteristics, such as have been re ferred to in the report of Dr. Rauch, which was passed. A communication was received from the Dubuque Medical Society, in regard to Dr. Hon*, which was freely discussed, and a committee appointed to examine the charges aud report at the next meeting of the asso ciation, to beheld at Dubuque. Dr. McGugin, also offered a resolution in regard to the traveling expenses of members attending the Am. Medical Association, which we did not fully understand. Society adjourned to meet at 2 o'clock hS: AFTESNOON PESSrtfB. We failed to get a report of tha business done in the afternoon, as our reporter could not attend, having other business on hand, requiring his attention. JfciT There is a very great institu tion of learning in this city, perched upou it. biuir«.h. b«d «t Main .bkb has been on the eve of moving away from this inhospitable place, for the past three years. What is singular to us, however, is that they continue to stick here like a sick kitten to a hot brick. The lands of this institution run along Tenth street to Brady, at the corner of which is a nuisance that causes us to pray for that College, every time we pass it on a wet day. The ground at the point named is much higher than the side-walk, and whenever we have a shower the rain washes down the loose e rth on the walk, rendering it almost impassable. The College people have been frequently impor tuned to fix this spot so as to render it less objectionable, but they are going to sell out and leave, which of course accounts for the lack of courtesy on their part. To be sure they aak at least four prices for their property, but they may be able to pick up some chicken green enough to pay it. We would wager a new hat that they could not be induced to leave Davenport, under any circumstances. Their threats of ruining the town by moving to some other place which they would build up, is all bosh. By their arrogant course in this city, tbey have lost nearly every friend they had, and many of their firm, ardent supporters, are now ready to turn round and kick them oat of town. To THS BbITORS OF TH* W**KLr State Democrat, Gentlemen: We seo in your Weekly iseue cf June 2nd 1859, an ar ticle where our names are freely used in reference to the suicide of Mrs. Morebead late of Bine Grass. The man that gave the information was the notorious A. Best, under the assumed name of Mr. Black, (moot appropriate name that ha eonld pos sibly assume) on his way to St. Louis. Mrs Morehead voluntaril ymade an affidavit and n that deposition said that Bust came to her house twice and abused her, and eanght hold of her dress and threw her an the floor, and attempted to outrage her person. And the third time she beat him off with the shovel and threw etone coal at him. She became so excited that she wss pros trated and had to eall Medical aid and never fully recovered. Tours with respeet. Ltman CabpbnMB. M.S. Bodloso. The following card is signed by eoma af moat prominent oitisens of Bine Grass. Blub obass, June 7,1839. We, the undersigned citixens of Blua Grass, and vicinity, do hereby certify that we have eeen an article, published in the Davenport Qazelt*, in reference to tha sui cide of Mr*. Morehead, late of Blue Grass, and we do believe the facta set forth in that are true, in reference to tbe conduct of A. C. Beet, and that Carpenter and Budlong, did nothing more than we deem it the datv of all good citixens, to act towards the wiaow and the helpless and wa further believe that A- C. Best is regarded by all goad eiti aens, with coataapt James Herron, James K. Bnraiah, Joseph Me«al%» Y j. f. gmalifc J. B. liishe, & A.mBbBlisa, Jaka Psria, •h*wr Jfct ti pounded the following Phillips, of Dubuque. Corretponding Stcretary,—Oliver Gborsr «f Van Burao. IAVENP0RT, IOWA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1859. NUMBER 201. A Good 91a'—Commissioner I.»a ker was yesterday engaged with a force of hands in fixing tbe crowing and gutter of Poit Offic alley on Brady street which has been stopped op by an accumulation of dirt a a a streets Mr. Commissioner. In yesterdays paper we pro WLy do pmmu hungry whm croeeing the Desert, fieosuse of the sand which is (sand wfojiet) there. Whe^e do the sand, wiches eotaa from. Ham was bred and musterd there. Bailey has a large and elegant stock of "Dusters" which he is determined to cloee out at euch prices as will induce all the ladiee to posese one of theee very useful artUloh A beautiful stock of Dry Goods the inspection of our lady friends. JW Mr. Saits, in Nickolls Block, has meeting, on tbe 2d Wednesday ia May jjust received a large lot of children's me next. tallh tipped shoee, in enamel, goat and calf, The report of the Nominating Committee sizes6 to .12, with and without heels, was received, and the Society then pro ceeded to tbe election of officers as above reported. All elected. D*n't Mind what Others Sat, bat buy jbur Boots and Shoes of Dedrlck, 1st door iove the post offioe. He sells cheap er thta any other concern in town can pos sibly io. Mv 28: tf. TChD \YSADVT'S. Trustee's Male. WWRRAS on tha first day of April, a. D. ISB7, anlel Hayward and Marlah flayward, hla wlfa, tie* ute't unto Charles fufrj, aa Trustee a certatl Deed of Trast, coaveylng to eaid Trustee the laid Scatt c-uaty, Iowa, deacrltud as follow*, to wit' Ths north halt of soatb-we»t quattrr of seel l« No fourteen (14) In township No. aavanty nine }9) north of range four (4) Ban of fifth P.M. whicteai'l conveyance waa raal4 bv the said Daniel Hajrwrd an I wife, jr the purpose of aecurlng the p»yt£nt of una certain promissory note, and the ln rea theret n, signed by tbe said Daniel Havward, dstathe Aral day of April, a 1S6T, and payable aa Mows: for thesuru of one thousand on? huadrtd and blrty 'liars, lu favor of Jame- Vail, payable one fear after date, with interest at ten percent per tnnam. Aid now aald promissory note having become dan A p.yaUe and tha aald Daniel Hayward having failed toay the same, I, Cbarlea Powen, Trustee aa afire aald, do hereby give this pnblle notice, that by vir tt»of the power which Is in me vested by said deed of tast, I will, ouThursday, tbe ninth day of Jane, A T18M), at the hour of two o'clock in th4 afternoon i said day, at the Court House door In the dty of Davenport, expoae and oifar for sale, at public anc •lon. tr the hlkhe-t bidd-r for ca«h, tbe parcel of land above described, or so much thereof aa shall be tufflcient to aatlafy and pay the amount of said note with the interest thereon to th" day of oale, together with all the costs and expenses attending said sale, ooeta of thta uotloe and truatee'a fees. Dated the lath day of May, A 1839 CHARLES POWBRS, Mvl9 Trustee. AdjiicrNmebt.—Th° sale of the property de scr b.*i in tlie alijve nttlce of sal. and dwd of trust from Danl' i Hayward and wife, isp isti^.n.-d t.. Non day thr 20th day of June ln-t*nt, at two o'clock in the sfWnoon. at the Curt Home door in the city of Davenp rt, at whl. time and place said sale will be made, pursuant to the- terms of said notice. Da i-d thlB 9th day of Jnti.-, l-59. CHARLES POWERS, JunelO Trustee. Trusteed Sale. WHBRBASPowehiek John Griffith and Bnniv Griffith, bis wife, of county, anl Btateof Iown, by deed of trust dated the Hth day of September, A I* 1988, recorded on the 4th day Oct iber, a i 1 SjH, In book 'B" pa^es fW and D9 ..f th" i-corila of Poweshiek conuty, -n-eye'l .1 lake,tliefollow ing de-.. -ib'-d i.remitea in said Poweshiek only and State oi low.i, to w Tht- north half of the north west qua' t»r of section sixteen L1 in township No •eveiity-iiin* 17S] north of range thirtt- n  west, julaminx eighty [do] a res a. cording to govern ment hUtvey, in trust, bcwe\"r to aecure ih» pay ni-nt of a .ertaiu promissory net? therein described cent interest fr .m date, payable six months after date, at Itavenpsrt, Scott county, I. -.t a, which said note now pa-l due aod wholly onpatd. Now therefore I, Leike, troatee as aforesaid, so hereby nive this p'lhlic n..tice, that by virtue of the power of aale in ine vested by said deed of troat, I mi natardav the 2d day of July, a ti IS59, at .'clock in the afternoon of said Jay, at the Court House dior in thut ity of Davenp irt. offer and expose fir sale, at pub'la aaction, the higbe bidder for ra-ih. the said tract of land or so mncb thereof n shall be .uthcli Qt to satisfy said debt, interest and aud cos's Ou the CJmplet ou of said sale, a deed will be executed to the pure baser in conformity with tbe provisions of sai I deed of truat. Davenport, June 10th, a 1S?9. J. B.LBAKB, Jtu'0 Trustee Legal JYotire, TOTh Thomas tic iavran, KItti McGavran, Jamea .nip-ton, Eii/aoe Th irn son, John /laser, rtah Kiyior, Tbou.a* A Ko'dn-o'i, Samuel Nascn John Dob-r, Oiemeni Smyth, Robert Ntiwii. Eliaa Sw.ckard, Stephen Thompson, Ira Brown, you and o^fi of you are hereby n tirled that there Is now on e ,n ihe I ffle of t-e Clerk of the District Ciurt for S^ott County, State of I wa, a petition of J»Bies Hall, guardian of the person and propTtyof By ron 3 Hall, claiming t'ie fore*lo*me of a irlRBge execiti-i l'J Thomas McGavran «nt Blanor McGav ran hl4 wife to petit inner daf~l Ma' 7th, Ih5', atd r-corded i a tbe ttecorder'Ei office In sal 1 S xitt coun tv, iu ll ot uioimages, at pag-a ll« it 119 upoQ the rollowlLt real estat in nsi.1 county, to wit: A part af the s uth ea quarter of the souto Vc-st quarter of »-c'.t n twenty-two [-22] in township No aeventy-nins 17U] north of range three |8] east, as folMw* to wit BeKininP. at the quarter auction corner tween aecvooa twenty-two (ijj and twenty seven (¥7J In tald towun-blp aod rane aforesaid, ihcitce weston Ut »ottion line be'ween tcti n» twenty-two  and twertv-»»ven ['27J -evsnteen 17) chains and lifly (SO) links tuenee north 1-4 dec. east thirteen (13) chains and for ty (40) links to th.' ceittr of the Davenport and Hickory Giov road, thence soutk 44 1 2 ued. east s sventenn chains and twenty nine (29] links to the place of btg'.nnleg containing ten (10 4O-100) acres of land, alaothat part o the south-east quar ter of section twenty-one [.1] and of 'he south west quarlerof s-ctlintwenty two ',2!) In lownrblp aad range aforesaid dercribed as follows to wit: Becloning at the quarter -ectlnn corn-r between said section tw-nty-«ne (Jl) anl twenty-two (22] hence aoith 4i 1 2 deg. east alanff the center of the Davenport and Hickory Grove road, forty  rods thenoe south 45 1-2 deg. weat to tbe north line of the Mississippi and Mlsscnri Railroad, th»nce north westerly along the north line of sail Railroad to tbe east and west quarter of section line of said aectioj twenty one [211 thence east on the said quarter seo tton Uae.to the place of beglnnlng,contalnlns four (4] acre* wore or less, and hat you are made defendant* tn tald petition, and have been retorned by the Sheriff of Seott county not found," and are now served with notice by publication by order of aald Cvnrt. And antes* yon appear and acswer said petition on or before the tlrst day ot the next term of said District Oourt to be begin and holden on the Irst Monday ia September A D, ISM, your default will b« soured aad Uic tajai of the petitioner will be granted. Ordered that the foregoing oetlce be paMtahed in the Dally Stato Democrat for four ooe*euttve weeks. IBA M. OIPVOBD, June 8, IMS. (10) Cterk of said Oeart. Strawberries! THISdelicious fruit, we are now prepared ta fur nish la aav quantity daetred, at S O N a U A Store, opposite PoetOflloe Buildings, Brady street. JoneTdtf PECK A BTANPIRLD. Notice IBat HBBBBT given that I will sell stPUMle Aoctlon the Ooert House door, in tbe city of Daven port, Bnott County lows, on tbe 13th day of June, a a. 1859, at a o'clock u, the following named pronaUaory notes, vtz 11 notes of Housel each for $106 00 1 Bdwln Bonsel, for ...MS 00 I W Batchelor, and 0 a Turner, 1,915 00 1 W Mc'nto h, far -W0 40 I -a ay Conoard for..............••M0 60 1 Rllae Swickard 400 00 Also a judgment agatnet Weevet, for $1,198 00, also a lot la Clinton. juneMSt* SHERMAN. Wmll |»i»i ntry Cmmmp it C. SHEPHERD A 80V, Have reoMved IB KCMBaa i« RAB* nooMP mum, Willi we lavtts Sll rwMlfti efhiiiineaofiB|iaf ska iji j. .H' .. Kit er Items. Thursday Jnne 9th. ABRIVED, HENBT Clat, Stephenson, St PaaU Kboki k, Dodge, Dubuque. Albambr.*, Wing, Dubi que. Blsck Hawk. Haight, Keokak. Katb Caubi., Gray, S'. Louis. fuuu.\A, Griffith, ht. Lauis. DEPABT9. Jaaa 9tk. He.nkt Ciat, Stephenson, It, Keoki k, Dodge, Keokuk. Aluambra, Wine St. Louis. Blai k Hawk, Haight, Dubuque. Kate CAI'SEll, Gray, Dubuque. The fine eteemer Canada is the throagh boat for St. Louis this (Friday) morning at 7 o'clock. Ben Campbell will be down and leave for Keokuk thie morning at 7 o'clock. The Keoknk, Capt Dodge, will be ap at 4 o'clock this*afternoon bound for Dubu que. The Pembina leaves for St. Louie this morning at 6 1-i o'clock. The river continuee to rue mare rapidly than it did during last month. The rise in 24 hours ending at dark last evening waa five and a half inches. O E I A Davenport Whaleaala Alarket. Daveipobt, Jons 9,1869. ASBBS. I LCHSEB. Pols...... 6a#,lit Oiear. 1 A 1* inch Pearl plar k $85o40 BUTTEB. I at clear boards, In. 40o4A Vreah Roll 10 'JJ do do U Firkin 1st com bosrds 14 0ABDLES. Itarn boards 14 Mo old 12WA18H Sheeilrg 10al2 Star Joist u Slearlne 16 Scantling 1MI4 CHESSE. i Pioo'g red, 1 at qui... .80 Common to good 8, lo do 21 do 35 cori'EE. i Do nnduad 1st....80 Rio, fair ltd Do do 8d.....lH Rio, good 1'2M Siding, drsed, clear, 18 Rio, prime llal3M Do undrsed do 18 Java 17*1 Do nnd do IS cottobs. Lath I 75a9 00 Cotton Yarns.......35 Shingles, l*t qu 4 00 Carpet Warp,white.28 Do id qn.. ....• 00 do do col...'.M molasses. Cotton Bats HaliH hew Orleans 45 Seamlesa bags, 2 bu.3 Sugar House........62H Br. Sbeet'K,pr y 1. .6a9J4 Brown Shirting.. ..7ol0 Bleached Mualln..7al4 Ticks 9al4 Denims 9ho18 ."t ripen 9dll Brown Drllla. Bleaobed do MISCBLLAMEOOS Bsef,uieas....lo 00all 00 Pork do ..........15 00 do prime 13 00 Hams, pickled........ Hams, (in iked....llall 9MBI0M Potatoes SwitJO 9all Beans 40a46 Blue do UK Lard .lOull OiiiKhsms, Am......11 Bro n'spdtil 76u8 00 do Pr..l2illt» Vin'gar 10 Canton Flannels..aall Do cider, pare..— COAL Macciroui Bock Island, ier hu 8 Indigo Soul 00 CORDAOE Copperas ...3 Manilla, per lb II Ohaik 4 Jute 10 Madder ViH aeoe. MAILS. Per doaea .......8 IPd to 401.......... .8 76 risii -id to 8*1 4 00o5 00 Preeh... BuT OILS. Ood $5 OO.16 1-0 Linseed, raw W White bbl's.5 35'n5 60 Do boilcl 9S do pr bbl IO50 Lard, summer....,.8te99 Trout pr bbl 18 50«14 00 anner*' I 00 Mackerel, 8's 1* 00 Sperm I 40 do a's, is 0001c O«j FAIKTS do I's, 00 White Lead...8 60al0 00 Herring,l's, per box, 6" do No 1....8 00a 9 00 do scaled....60o70 Red Lead 10 FBVIT. BIOS. Apple*, dried.......li Per tierce, 6 Peache«,per lb.. UltdlS sAI.EBATUs. Raisios.M $8 5o 8oda,k ga 5 It do layers 4 Pearl, to Figs 12 S Papers, acda b'xs 7K do fan«y.......«lBt20 SA1.T. Citron ...96 New Yo-k Hbls 9 95 Oranges K-aawha 3 \i'. Lemons 5 60 Sacks 17 Cranberries Baas 5n IIATHIHS. Coarse A bbl....3 40 Live geese 45 SOAP Ki.ot-R ABO MBAL. HAT. do ground....13al6 Prairie ton..$6 00o8 00 HUOAB. Timothy, do N. Orleabs, rair....7a~)» I BOB do prime....7»jrt)l Plat Bar ..4 Powdered 13)« svaur. olden 5i ti Bligo en Sheet ..5aG Nail Rod,Norway,...9lg do Penn... Horse Shoe Bar... Plough Steel l.EATHBB Oak Sole Oak Slaughter... Buffalo Slaughter.2s*a$0 10 Tin 11 95 Elp*. perdr«en....lJ/70 Tin 13 60 French Oalf i'soto Pig Tin 37* Amerlctn Calf... .2naJ8 Now ark .Vlarkau [BV TELEO!tAPB-l New Toax. Jane a. 1859. PLODB—Very heavy and Jc lower Bales 8 000 bblsS 60 Jane In-pectlon super Slate S 66^6 90 extra State S C5^7 10common togjod extra Wca. tern. WBBAT—Heavy A E S N E W S BT TELbiBAFU.) Arrival or preea salee. ma, tbe and lower. Bale* 3 900 ba while Mtcbtggu 1 06 BABLBV—Dull and unchanged Rvt—Dull and uncbangsd. Cobb—Heavy. Bale. 15 000 bu 97088 mixed Western 90@|93 roond yellow, Om—Lower. Pork-Firmer. Salee 100 bMs St IT U#1T 25 new mesa 16 9ft prime. Bisr—Unchanged. BAC B—Advanciag. Bar HAMS—Quiet. Ovr MEAVS—Dull LAan—Steady11^919^. Bunaa—Steady, ls^lSc tm aew OBIs 1B#S0 State OHEESB—Heavy B.D. CONGOON, Plaintiff's Att*y. 9#»mc aew State, as la qual ity Wtoxt—Doll and nominal 98c. JMir vrvjrjs. K I 8 I A W I N E THB sebeerlber oITts for comparison with any kind of imported Ale, hla MAi WINE His confldrnee ia tbe snpcriorliy of this soperb extract of Malt aud Hops the Africa. FURTHER PARTICULARS FROM THE SKAT OF WAal Address af the KmpraaaEagaaa. N«W York, June yth—The Steam Ship Africa baa arrived from Liverpool on tha 28th ult. Nothing important from the eeat of war, beyond further detaiie of the battle of Mon tebello. The Austrians profeee to be satis fied with the result. Guylia says bis loss was 290 killed, 218 wounded, and 283 tni.sicg. He says tha French numbered 4o,x)0, people Bar, pr box S "ifll Bx Supi rllne per bbl 7 00 Castile .......15 Corn Meal,per bu. .S0(75 Olive... 12 OHAIB. Eraslve 7)4 Wheat, per bu 9oa95 Toilet, i dot 75a85 Oats........ .....40u45 do per box .... ..I 75 Oorn 60aS6 SPICES. Barley 60 Cassia, ground 43 U OLASS. Clover 15 8x10per 100feet..$4 00 Ginger, ground «.3H 10x13 do do .. 4 6') Nutmeg*, $1 o*jil 3) 10x14 do do .. 6 00 Pepper, perbag....llaie Trieste, STEEL. Bnglish Cast, pr lb.'18i20 ..16 .9« ..IT ...» ... 8 4H«S German do ..bM Spring, English Blis er 34a86 Armrlcar 1o.... 36o.7 tiy. TBAS. Dry Hides 14 Black 95afS Gre-n Hides Gunpowder.. 6*60 Sheep Pelts.......'.'0o0 Imp) rial....' 3."o70 LBAD ABD SHOT Toung llv-on 26o56 Pit, per lb 7* TOBACCO. Bar. do Right lump..........90 Shot, per bag..... .$1 96 I ound Inmp......l8a40 LIME. Smoking, per lb TM Per bbl ......$1 do Papers, prgr $3 0j LIQUOBS WOOLENS. Whisky,oommon 95 Flannels,.... .... 90*46 do Bour 1 60«9 50 do twlllad.. 19o80 do Rye Unlngs. plaid....10b2S Pure Spirits b?a6 Satlaetta, plkfan40e76 Brandy, Domes.75al 50 m. daLalnes,fancy.9o21 do Imp $6 (VhiH 00 do plain I6a49 Oln,Meder Swan.$l CO tore, do Ulnb lions.-..2 00 Block, ISU do Belle 3 00 Sheet. lj is warranted by tbe aa- rivalled reputation it has already attained in the Mid die and Bast- ra Siat-s. Its production la tbe result of SO y«ars' practical experience oeatbinad with tbe facilities affurAed by one of the largeet Breweries tn the Unite! Blate*, containing all the laleit isipressisnu, adopted a' tar a reoent personal laspeetloa of the British Brew ertss, with the exprees view of Introdaciag a BtaadaN iaaHess Malt Llgasr. It is a pure dietlc beyerae*—a stemarhlc resteea Uve and toale bottled expressly fir table nss, far hotels aad for Invalid—unaffected by eUmate, aad sold at a pries below ev.n the tanltailoa foreign or. Far Analysts, Bses—enrtiflaas aad fuitherpar ticulars, addrses JO«1« McEHISHT. Brewer. s»iM^ta* Albaay, N. Syrac ate Halt. yBlWBll alfmey. T*HB aadsrMgBid hss seaaied the sceacy 1 viagsii fee ihe eelsef Spienass hh. Hwshsnls aad dsalsss wtf aiwsps Bad. a sa haad, Isr asle at at Oa Qgliig npiMffraaUsHsC v. mnkwAlfutm & but abstained from all pursuit. Count Stadion, Commander of tka Aos- trian forces, was wounded. Some French sutboriiies still sssert tbst not much over 4,000 Frenoh were engaged, others eetimate to tbe number ot 15,000. It is reported via Turin, tbat five thous and Austrians attacked Gorabsldi's corps atBarco, but were repulsed and puraued. The country around Bareo waa in insur rection. Garabaldi waeon his way to Cono. His force numbered ten thousand, bat no caval ry or artillery. Popular risings in favor of Sardina The Derby Ministers Chief, would never ing to a women and child The speech was loudly cheered. The Brouse was Kossuth AQOOD. are making in some parte of Parma. Vague rumors come *ia Vienna, that Gorcbskotf, tbe Russian Foreign Minister, had resigned because the Emperor refused to carrv out the engagements with France firm aad advanced,— Closed 61 55o The war excitement is high in Southern Germany. was expected to go to Genoa in about a week, with the full concurrence of Nspoleon and the King of Sardinia, there to concert pians with Olafika, and othera, to overthrow the Austrians in Hungary. The new King of Naples is acknowledged by Telegraph by nearly all the powers, and the army swore allegiance. The Calcutta mail, of April 22, has ar rived. Trade dull. Freights unchanged. Hon*. Kong, April 1H.—Markets dull.— The Shanghai imports rather lower. See figures W. N. fc Co's Circular. Liveki'ool, May 27. -l ard very no inqu dull and rv. Trade, retail sales have holders do not LATEST. Tlrin, Saturday.—At Linigian, in Spor- have risen and pronounced for the King of Sardinia. (ion. Roberta with Tuscan military engi neers. and Oen ral Darmes entered Parma amidst the plaudits of the people, who de clare!tor the King of Sardinia and Italian Independence. The Psrmeaian troops have retired. May 27.—Advicee have been re ceived trom Cortu to the 23d Two Austrian steamers had arrived there without hin drance. Turib, Saturday.—Official Bulletin pub lished to-day. Garalctldi hss occupied a position at St. Faros, but many of his officers are killed aad wounded. Our troops continue attacking tbe enemy and have penetrated as far as Cypio. Tbe town of Com was illuminated and great joy prevailed among the population. The enemy is still at Camelesta. Loni»on, June 28th.—Noon.—On the 17th th«: Red Sea telegraph was successfully laid far as Lnakin Distance, about 800 miles from Suez. The Paris correepondent of the Timet, announces that the army of the East is to be increased from eighty thousp.bd to one hundred and fifty thousand men. Mr.Tallyrand lYriiford has been appoint ed Ambaasoder of France at Naples. It was reported at Paris yesterday, that Mr Bernedotte, Director ef the Political Department in the French Foreign OffS.-e, hes been appointed to an Extraordinary Mission. VEBV LATEST. Paris, May 28.—Tbe Monitmtr of to-day, publishes the following telegrxm Alessa*iria, Msy 27.—The situation of affairs afford nothing new to note. Mal-bid. May 27.—According to advices received from Lisbon, the Portuguese gov ernment has declared to tbe Cortex, its in tention of remaining nntral during the pres ent war. Berne, May 27.—According ton message from Lugrno to-day. Garibaldi left Bourse this morning for Como. Six thousand Austrian! are concentrated at Carmolitti. Railway communication between Cartao litti and Milan is interrupted, aad the tele graphs fram Calico, Puceo, god through the Voltoline. Coblro, W., Mav 9—Dr. King, the wife poisooer, was hung this a. m. He made a speech on the gallows, declaring his guilt, and bis wlllingoese 'o die thst he had made bis pence with God, and deeired the people to pray for him. A vast number of people were preeent. Nw disturbance occurred. Toronto, June 9.—The Church of Eng land Synod and the annual meeting of the Congregational Union of Canada, are now in seeeion here. Delegates to ths Union are present from New York, Vermont, Maine, Nova Scotia and $ew Brunswick. W. 0. Mailt HI. HAVINO located la the City of Dav sport re- swctraliy solicits the patronage or the«tt«*ae. Haviag had laim eaptneBu* lo the restna«at of DIBB^plB OF THB ETE, Wl'l *iti theu. Mother with ether fmlics, hla faithful atten loa. rf noes es Bredy-street, A rat stain »u*e tho PaetOOc* Dr. J. MbBbimII, THMliarr liriM, M. Be V. I. \*7t)0LD rjepsetlUBf ta«MM the| W that he ean be coaealted at We Te er leery BsMMMaMB* (ea thtr 1 sMesti hatases BreAf aad Perry s'reete) aa ea I the herse Is satfeet A'ag'gxa.Ti'aaaa ,, V ^ywj j»|i WEEKLY STATE KMMMT wufir mvi"dVi i Nf I* ri'BLISBSD BVEBV I A Y O K N i oa LABur. cleab Type, at MOO PKB AHIDM, IN ADVAito* Bsus af Advertising la Weettv. OBS square (of IS Uses) im week.... $100 e» additional inarrtioo lb k Onesqaare one anittb eo twonxK.tti. sea threo uimch*....,,.. 7 a!* mon'h* W on- year tf SB Oaecniomn. one year ....wimi CARDS. Hn* ftTR OOf.D A SILVER1 —II w fr. mate II »a»y and cheap. Bend a crct stsaip, sad get fa'i psrt.cular. Bow to oelaio w-aNh. AMreasS NEINSO*. CtNakl, *0. 76 Wsot lSlb Bl., Mew York City *ty imi In iwrra, ImI B«ui« lint abI CiOtetOT, boan and Ineoranoo Broka* COJf Uttm roR MMW IQJUL a Mn OTHKH UTATtK m. V. BLATRAKCSi •otabt Ivsuc abd Conaisstoana Bwass psa •onssoTA. OIVIOB KKXOLL's BLOCK, (op BtAOa.) DATBNPOBT, IOWA. Cansplata Abacraets af tha TWaa sa flM Lasls la BaaO Ceaatr Jnoel-dAwtf S A I O N A Y i i anbatsetlsi Improved hors* power Ha- Slue sod Boiler, nearly new «nd tn gvdorder fbr »ale at a great tac'ill^, for cash or a. proved papar. It will answer for any baetars. rtaair.sa MM above •enrloo.1 power tor partieaiars app y by letter nv otherwise te «. RIOHARDBOH, AMD have issued a strong apeal to their Parliamentary supporters for a%early attendance to meet the oppoeition movement. The Empress Eugene, in addressing the great bodies of tbe State said, she placed full dependence on the patriotism of tbe Deputies, and upon tbe support of the en tire nation, which during tbe absence of its chosen be found want Btate De 1 eeral Bawsapert. Mar ti, IH$e fawMLi O I E O O O I U •ALOOH KBBPnS. BTrrOBBBH. OTUIB, before aaaklng airaatmeats lev their —. I O for the oonlng summer, will Bad tt to thetr let» r«st to call uton the undersigned, at ths Le Claire Honae i P.'19] I1ENBT ALTMAW I i i i i ao., ao. Dr. Plltticci, Agest. BBADT BTEEXT jtB CABDUCS, FHVITB AND MfimfOm BUTTKR, EGGS, AO. Oall aadeee. Da. PIBBCO0I. Aasat. RE+ltOVJil. WHEELER A WILSON'S SEWiJTG JftJaCHMJYB RKMOVRD TO DB BAKU'S OFFICE, Poet OOee BulMing. iitalra r* i iri'1 (xioii&i tha DMT iBprovmirnt Pr All kioda of Sewing Mai tine Nee'les for aala »Uy90 dawtf WHITB, Aaeat louiif America LIltTOR8 iieen made, 61s GdaOtisfine American and lotons Tuscan 68s per cwt. Beef—Salts of the week are large. Bacon business has been very limited, at about last week's prices. Cheese—Nothing doing. The grain trade quiet in all its branches, and the amount of business passing limited in the extreui'.— Prices, however, are without change. The delivery of wheat trom our own farmers, for the past week, consists of 91,^52 quar ters against 111,981) same week last year. Average price this year 54s 4d against 44s rd corresponding week last year. We had a very small attendance at our market, this a. m., and in absence of material business, price of wheat and flour may be stated the same as our last. Indiau corn scarcely in quired for, at the eame time iialMB. e i gJTD aMJUtdUS. YyAjKM aad Ootd V 1st oats at all hoars ef Oe Mtmttimor* Cave Oy»ter», #0,, JOSEPH LONOINOTTfB. Oor. Front and Brady at* maf- 3ilhwt U U i V U i nm A I E Y S E A U S E S 8§ •tf—t. BKIIIiCBD TlISi VBABI The Bill If Cktaytif PerimMomi IM THE WOBLB! Ia const qneooeof the lar«-'y lanasssdcti tbe Puhiishats of LITTRLL'S LIVINI1 AO! sr. enabled to redece th* yearly eebtcrlpttua price Irt $9. The pebll.hers are de ertnln'd that ae eaMUSSer labor shall bs spend make this TBE MAQAZINE FOR THB MILLION I aad whll b-ildly chal mging rsapBltl-e, ctaBB ftt it ni^iy what baa he.n on.e wl by tlie asort sib las men thl. conntry fro ll the lm« of Its BrMpoMt. cat I'm (ever sixteen years Mace.) to the ptsseat day. vis I That tt Is anitst/e t" all claaaea o' rectors— State-B^n. Pro fa slon.l Men, Prllo npbora. Po»t«, Stud' nt*, M-rrhan'a, Mec .an c- and P.rssm. ail o* whem n ay derive pitaanr* and profit from Ms pages. TbatJn It m*yh*f«ond th*ereanarf el (he world-r-noW ied Reviews and f-r e Isela »f Barnpa, wl'horlgnai articles and .elctMos from the bass fugitive literati'« of oar owa eewurp. I. 1 hat It nontala* more reading Biatt' thaa ear olber maeasin* in i«wr«.di eech we-bly aaeibae contalalns SIXTT-F it'R PAOBB, aad a nflB STBBL PORTRAIT, making 3*398 Paget Ir a TOBUPI WltPf 4. Tbat as e Family Maeasloe, N is perfeetlyaa. excepti .aable in a'.l re,pott* cyprice, Flv- ti.liars per anaaai. ee Thltaaa Ceou a oamber s ot by aiaL poet-paid to sry e$ drnwln th-Celled m»ts. To i lanyaea, fta4^ ere, Btndents, aad Cl-ba of not leas thaa Bvey Pm Dollars. DIliiaaiB FBOCTBR. Ma#17dwPACo 608 Broadway. B. f. Wmil w All SOW IBOBtTOW AT MO. II LliOLAIBB*,BOW. a spire did eeeerttoeet of Wall It of Uiety aew stflee. aaich we ere i CHEAP AS THS 0H1APBTI AlBOe Vltttov ihfl tain Flxtaree, Tseaal', Cord 'he., Pteaso rive «e aeeJI I B- Harper^ aew sawn* whieh are Paf«* 1 BepaWte,WaeTMtsto etrl* OBtO. EmCimUrs oso.se vowiB.wo* •ofci.iaa^ MeooMmoBi TO towmmn e* k