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ell how.
US. a. A. GOSHRING,
FASHIONABLE MILL INCH,
ClMk, Klaallo DreM»!Haker,
EA8T BE CONDBTH* KT, BETWEEN
Brady and Parry, Davenport, Iowa:
Keeps ooutullj on hand a large
MB*1
[tad wall selected atoek of the moat
feahlonable Milliter? Oouda, va which
Abe oella fti attention of the pab»*e.
Faakinita nw'^ -/mtblr ylO-nl V
A. MILLER,
^KEEPr^HTSITLl^HY^W)
nakea to order
jK,GaaU', Roye'dk Cklldren'e Clotklng
Of tha hail materia I and la a Manner that caano
flail to vS aeiisfaclion." Lionel
ooelfalTy aeUallad.
J.
1VI IUB» WWHV
patronage re
fmyJl-dly
A. W. R. IH«H,
I Proprietor* of the
8AUIS0V ST. LIVE BY 8TABLK,
aaaaisoN at., ir*ii roa»T a sacown.
HUKHEiS AND CARRIGtB OP
the beat quality to let at all hour*
Fnnerals furni»hei on the *horte*t netioe.
iiORMKM BOUGHT AND HOLD,
and boarlni at reasonable charge*. (aylMly
J. CAItTWKIHT,
i i n o v i i i a w i a i s
CnBRmiL4M PAHA*«L«»
AT SHORT NOTICE, AND ON MOST
reafonabla trroi Old or damaged Um-
rbrellai
and i'araiol* made ai good as new.
ioTlOg Brady St Hetwenn 4th dk ®tk,
davbnpobt, i««ri. mylO«dtt
DR. J. YOIJMAN8,
PHYSICIAN,
SUROKON, OCULIST AND
A irifit. Office and residence I'Jt Brady St.,
between Fourth and Kifti, Davenport
I AMIS T. LAN*. JOHN M. DAT.
A N E A A Y
ATTORNEYSbloik,
AT LAW. OFFICE IN HAM.
Perry'* new opposite the Po*t Oflso.
11ENRY BELIIY,
DEatt-Seconii
KALER IN FURNITURE, CARPETS.
Mat*, Oil Cloth Matting, Wiudow Shad :s,
Ac., St., aextdeor to Perry. jyil
J. A. HKllJ, M. Dm
PffTSIOIAN
AND SURGEON. OFFICE,
and reiidenoe No. 28, earner Main an! Third
feet*. Davenport. Iowa. julyl-d
11. 11. KING,
ATTORNEY
AM) COUNSELOR AT LAW,
and Notary Public.
0»fiob Davsnp rt's Hlock, LeClaire, Iowa.
Particular attention paid to collection* in Soot
County. [myvdly
CHAM. WHIITAKKIt,
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Or no a, on Main a treat, in Graut'a Block, up
•lair*. 'myM-dtf
1.1. BROWN, ALFKBD tULLT.
BROWN A SULLY,
ATTORNEYS
AND COUNCKLORS AT LAW.
Ollio corner Second and Brady atraata, Da
Tenport, Iowa. nichl5
M. D. OOWVON,
Attorney
and counselor at law
and Notary Public. Office, North-weat
ataarof Brady and Second atraeta, np-ataira—
•toaaoe on llradjr atraot. iulyM-dtt
MAS. B. rOTMAM. JOHN M. BOOBHf
•PUTN RMEHS,
A TTORNhYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
i\.
Or no a, Davenport Block, No. 39, Main *t
iaooad Floor. jun7-dtf
BVRT18 HOUSE.
ORNEK OF IOWA AND FIFTH STREET?
Davenonrt. Iowa. mob
OUIL.VE HOUSE
PJ.
OILLETT, PROPRETOR, FRONTING
Loreeand Paaaen^er Station, Muscatine, Ie.
A 1*1 EN M. UAI./.ELL,
CJ
COMMISSION PRODUCE MERCHANT.
Agent for Herring's Safes and Fairbanks'
•aaiea, Hydraulic Cement, Piaster Paris and
Hair.
If*. S Front Street.
Davenport. Iowa. May 14, I$63.—dly
S.
W. H. BAKER, M. D.,
PHYSICIANState
AND SURGEON, OFFICE IN
Basement Bank Building. Residence
9n Fifth itfoet, between tirady and Perry streets,
Davenport. Iowa. InovlV-dA«rtf
OR. GEO. W.McCARN,
PHYSICIAN
AN SURGEON. uFFICE—
in roomdirectly over tho Post Office.
^Dr. Gao. W. Mot/ARN's residence, oaat side o'
Brad j. second door from oor. of Uth. ianU-d«tt
Law urlu«r*liip.
•O. F.OOOt.
1,
VIHIK DHI HV,
Skcctttort to Cool. Dillon d- LindUy.
Have
removed to the new office
corner of Mala and Third atreets.
J*!y it» 1S«#. COOK A DRURY.
FRANK PIil'UKK,
A TT0RNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
JtX.
aud Ntay l'ublio. Office in LeClaire Block
Davenport. Iowa jne2-dtf
Iamksubant. a. f. smith.
GRANT St SMITH,
Attorn
ys and counsklobs at law
and Notarie* Public. Oflise, Main atreet,
Jest 9i'ic, bo ween Fr nt and 2d ata.l »p4-dAwtf
NEW PBNiNSYLFANIA HOU8e7
I^OKVKil CK i? UBTH AND IOWA 8TS.'
1^/ Dftvenporijuira. Davib A SoN8,Pr rietora*
tree Omaibna to and from the cara. co of
stage:! leaving for LeClaire, Priaoetoa,Lyons, De
Wit*, Mattaoketa -nl A iamo?a.
Far« (ti« I lolUr n«r daj. aneTl
JA(X»B LlTZEN,
PRACTICAL
iYER.
PARTUlULAR AT-
ten lion p«U to dyeing Clotha, Silks, Velvets,
•r .. Itirs'J -tagive any e.ilcr de
r'i- *,80'i two doors waat of Iowa—
hoflh Side. "ivVirlly
GEO. TH1ELK,
BBADT BTKirT, RBT.4TB A 6tH
Pamily ButoK^r,
«^^|^^^SUPPL1ES FAMILIES WITH THE
vary beat SleaU of ail kinds, at the
lowest market prices. Very par
ticular attention paid to the wants
6f ouaw uiers. my20-dly
W(EBRi itRO,, Hanagrr*,
OP THK
2BY«iport Carriage Kanofaotory,
CJ
CORNER THIRD A HAKRI.-ON STREETS,
Larcn|*ri, Jowu, minnfao nre all kinds ot
Carriages, Buggies and Wagons, fro n the beat
•saterial, and warrant them to give parfeot satis
I
act ie-. Repairing dtne on abort notice.
Unto: moderate. Enoura^o homo manufac
•urera. decl-dtf
E. S. fflOOKE,
•M«a«, 8iga, Ornaaaeatal aal Fiasoo
a i n
JR».
franklin BUck,nbuvt Pott
Qfc«,(HBttoirt..
A LLOB tKH FOK PAINl'lNQ 0¥ AMI
£rj*? »u*«"»e4 to preraptiy, and
•ompiete satisfaction guaranti«t in all aaaaa.—
wive me a call.
JOHJORDAN,
»0:1* vnr-aH0i(DHF.,m.BBA0T a itaiw.
~AKEd TO ORDER AMD IN THE BE&ff
style
Mel Bay*' CUthlai
S( overy daaoriptton The fallaet satisfaction At 8*« a
tranaaUd. I aaHieit tana ay dU*aato*eif aad C«,
M«WSN« llboral patroaafov OKHmI
t-jttrdtf
latbbt miwi
fr-ts+mm-
D(|B BffAL PjBI»AC»lB.
WAflatNefot, Match 18.
0«o. E, Slont, Praaident U. 8. Chris
tian Comni»»io°. In company wit wom
ioeot ciii*en of Bortoa fln4 Haw York,
have returned from a viait to tha Army
of the Potonaac. Tha Commiaaion ia
•ery popular with officers and man.—
lu work in a very floujUhing condi
tion.
Gen. Patrick arrivea here this mors*
ing-1 ..
Naw Yore, April 12.
The steamer Etna, which left Liver
pool on Che 30th, ana Queeottowa oo
the 31at, bee arrived.
Tbe Times tbioka the Confereace will
meet with reasonable hope of sacccaa.
Tbe basis being Daoiah integrity.
It ia thought that Msxtnilian ia re
quired by his brother to surrender bis
right of succession to the Anatnan
throne and to royal property.
Locisvillb, April 19.
A KooxrUle special to tha Journal
says:
The Convention met to-day and elected
lion. T. A. R.t Nelson, President, who
declined, when Col. Iiiakel was elected,
Tbe afternoon was eonsumrd in discQs
aing a resolution to expel members who
had aided tbe rebellion. The resolution
was laid on tbe table, and Convention
adjourned till to-morrow.
Gov. Johnson ia addretsing a crowd in
the street.
The train off tbe track at Athens is
replaced.
A large number of delegates are in at*
tendance.
The Convention is not packed.
Indications are agaioat a new State
being created.
Washington, April 12
{Tribune's Special. 1
It is reported on good authority that
Oen. Lee ordered all officers to rend bag*
gage to Richmond before the 9th, as af
ter that date the road will be used bring
ing up reinforcements.
Nine of Moseby's men were captured
Sunday night near Middlebury.
Guerrillas last night captured 5 or 6
and killed a Captain of the Pennsylva
nia Reserve, between Union and Manas
sas.
[Spec to tha Herald.1
Tlio Virginia Coveolion for amending
tho State Constitution adjourned yea!er
day' having adopted resolutions abolish
ing slavery in the State.
Cincinnati, April 13.
The Gazette has the iollowing from
its correspondent
Chattanooga, April 12.
The Greenville-Knoxviile Convention
meets to-day. It is not supposed that
the proposition for a separate State or
ganizat on will prevail.
Gov. Johnson addressed the citizens at
Athens yesterday, in a speech more
radical than ever.
Military matters quiet.
The situation of tbe rebel army ia un
changed.
Cousiderale rain has fallen recently
and the Tennessee river is rising very
rapidly.
Tbe train from Knoxvillc to Chatta
nooga was thrown from the track near
Athens. Several soldiers are injured.
WA8HIKOTON, April 11.
[Special to Timas.l
House.—The committee on Terri
tories have deoided to adopt a bill es
tablishing the Territory Cantana, with
tho Senate amendment, that al) inhabit
tantt, black or white can vote.
Stringent orders are issred not allow
ing citizens to remain with the Army of
the Potomac.
House.—The Ways and Means com
mittee adopted Odell's proposition to
enforce tax on all brokers, sales, stocks
bonds, merchandize Arc. Tax on spirits
is II ,25, tobacoo 30 cents per pound.
The coommittee estimate the bill will
produce about $300,000,000.
Shnate.—The committee on foreign
affairs decided it not expedient to take
any action in regard to Mexico at pres
ent.
Pittsburg, Ft. 1Vbjm
V1UOK Mill
&
Chicago
A I O A
CJ
1AUS RUN FROM CHICAGO TO PITTSBURG
Without change,connecting with the great
ttSMiYLVAMA OEM HAL HA ILK OA
Maw York, Philadelphia,haltiiucreand Wash
lagton city, aad all the interior towns of Penn
ylvania, New Jersey, New Y
ew Jersey, New York, Maryland, Ac
ruute, wil! have the
Merchants by taking thi
ad vantage of all the eaatora markets at no addi
tional coat.
Baggage cheeked through.
Trains I cave the Depgt, Canal street, waat fide,
Chicago, daily on the arrival of trains from the
^est and North-weft.
Connecting at Crestline with Cleveland A Lake
shore R. K. to Dunkirk, Buffalo, Niagara Palls,
Bew York and Boston, and all the interior
(owdf of Now England, Tia New York Central
aad New York A Erie Railroads. Aluo S-uth to
GoluinbuB, Janesvillo, Newark, Mount Vernon,
Steubcnvillo and Wheeling, and interior towns
af Oh io and Virginia.
The above trains connect at Forest with trains
ea Mad River Road to Springfield, Urbano, Day
ton and Cincinnati. Alto with trains at Lima for
Dayton and Cincinnati direct:
ras«eng«rs bonnd east will find this route both
pleasant and agreeable, pawing through many of
the largest and fiaeat cities in the United Htatoa.
Pas?engars arriving at Chicago »n any of the
roads, will Cud attentive «he«k agents at the de
pots to reoeii'e checka and coavey baggage,frea of
sharge te the Pittsburg and Chicago ears. Sleep
ing far* accompany each train.
TiakoU for sale at all the r.r'.neipal ticket oft
cos in the West, and at tbe Company's office* cor
ner cf K&otlolph and Dearoora streets, or at tho
Depot, Weet side,Cliic&ge.
Be particular to ask for tickets by Fort Wayne.
C. W.CLELLAND.
Gsnl Western Passenger Agent, Chicago
JF#H. Moon,Com. and Gaul Ag't, ChioAgu*
freight of all kinds will ha carried from Chica
go all points East at all times,at as low rates
ny other f* itroad-*- sepStV-dt
GaleBB & (hicagt DbIbb RaUrtai
0Na,^NiDfl,AfT?R
M0!»DAT,
Freeport, Warren, Galena, Dunlith, Dubuque
and intermediate place*.
At 9.50 A and 8:45 for Dixon, Polo Ful
ton, Cedar Rapids and intermediate wiatsi
At 4 for Elgin, Belvidere, Rockford aad ia
termediato points.
At #J0 lor Genera aad Intermediate r»-ir*
Passengers (or Be
left and JaaasviUa will taka
tha ftMPM aaddPIliraia
Faaaangera for Crystal I«ke, MeHenry, Rich
Mad, Geneva Lake and Intemediate points, will
laka the 4 train.
AtS:M PM aad 6:4» A M, from Danleith, Galoaa
Freeport, ete.
Att:MP Mnd 6^)0 A M, fi
Folton, ixon,etc.

A
from Fox Rivar Talley.
1-1,1
go
A.
e.'. .-sJJatsIr-'-
Tniaa
OaalSaaV
asM
Qaa^Paas'y
AgfU
JSoobb.—Un Davie
aavy tbe gaBtlnaseii who rafeaad toa^ai
gaatlemaa boa the Hoaaa aad after*
WBRla valid that hB was aaworthjr la
hold a Ml iaM. Tha gaatlamaa had
proclaimed hlaaalf friaad of tha en
em?
of the U. 8., io rloliting a sterna oath
to saatain tbe OuB^llalion.
Mr. Finck dbB4B leBgth^ apaech op
posing expuWaa Bad dio in optKwition
to tbe sentiaMBtt eipiasied by bia col
league.
fir. Dement said when Long wanted
to win a waiaa plaae ia the baart and af
fectioas of Fanuaio Wood, the oalj
way was to ahow be waa a traitor.
Mr. Xldridge said Uis reealBttas waa
wrongfully broagbt here, tha oaly object
beiag to kiadle strife aad ill feeling at
tine wbea we ought not only to hsve good
fellowship aad kiad feeliag, bat aaion of
sentimeat. Referring to the constitution,
he denied tbe right aad power of tbe Boase
to expel tbe geatlemaa from Ohio under
this resolution. The iloase eoald not «f.
pel bias for opinion sake. The eonstitntion
submitted no saeh question. Be diaagreed
with tbe gentleman from Ohio, and also
from the gentleman trom Mary lead, Mr.
Barris. Be bad not aone to the eoBda*
slon thst secession waa a Used fact, and
that tbe site natives mentioned by the
gentleman from Ohio hsve not yet been
presented to tbe eonntry. It is possible,
however, they may be,
Mr. Pendleton defended tbe course of
Long and said be tboacht it
under tbe rules of tbe Boase, and at the
proper time.
The debete continued, being participated
in by Meaara. Warfield, Waabburne, Myers,
end others, nntii 6 p. m., when a recess
wss taken.
Mr. Spauldlngsaid aomemen were willing
to become famous by consenting to become
infamous. lie (Spaulding,) bad carefully
read and eonaidered tbe obnoxioua apeecb
of tbe member from Ohio, (Loog), and he
found no palbstion in or about his col
league. Mr. Loog oomaienced hie wild
harangue by announcing his intention to
express tbe convictions of bis judgment
Nothing waa aaid without premeditation or
under excitement by the gentleman, [Long]
and yet at the commencement of his sin
gular harangue he made a vile fling at our
chief magistrate. He denied the truth of
the psper resd by Fernando Wood yester
day, that be (Spaulding] msde a speech in
(svor of tbe dissolution of tbe Union.
Mr. Smith, of K v., did not believe such
sentiments as were entertained in Mr
Long'a specch abould be uttered in tbia
House. He referred acta o( Jiucbanan
Floyd, and others. He declared that aa
slavery was tbe cause of tbe war, it ought
to be removed, so that we might hsve an
independent nation. We abould put down
tbe rebellion. If we cannot do that let ns
subjugatir the South and populsto it with
better ptuplo. If gentlemen have sym
pitbies with the Southern rebellion let
them honestly define their position.
Mr. Harrington characterised tbe resolu
tion ss a psrtissn proceeding snd not
prompted by pstriotism. In the course
of his remsrks be ssid that tbe people ol
New England have no stomachs for fi^ht
ing.
Mr. Boutwell asked what authority he
bad for tbe assertion. lie replied that
Massachusetts sgents in Marylsnd are re
cruiting negroes to fill up tbe quota of tbe
former while tbe State of Indiana sends
white men into the field.
Mr. Boutwell spoke at length in opposi
tion to tbia cbrge, ssying tbst Massachu
setts could drsft without producing a riot,
Mr. Ilsrrington said tbe name of Iodi
ana was written on every battle fieid.
While Mr. Harrington waa apeaking there
was some hissing in tbe galleries.
Mr. £!dridge aaid they bad suffered
enough from New England man in the gal
leries. Alter a short debate, during which
some one asked bow tbe gentleman kne
tbey wero New England men, the Speaker
pro tern,
Mr. Rollins, ol New York, directed
tbe door keeper to retnovo Irom tho galle
ries persons wbo repeat diaturbances.
Mr. Broomall olio red an amendment to
the pending resolution declaring Alexander
Lo"g to be unworthy to be a member if
tbe House, and that the Speaker read this
resolution to said Long at this session of
tbe House.
Mossrs. Holman and Eldridge raised pointa
of order tbe silt gsd offense committed
in thu Committee of tho Whole. Therefore
tbe amendment could not be eonaidered.—
Tbe Speaker overruled tbo points,
Mr. Windflcld spoke on tbe subject
claiming tbat there always bad been war
Democrats and always would be. This war
bad not buen precipitated on tbe country
by tbo Democratic party or an^ of its
members because be was oppoeed to tbe
appointment of commissioners to Richmond
He wss told by bis cjllosgae, Fernando
Wood, tbat be cessed to be a Democrat.
At 6 o'clock tbe galleries were crowded.
Very lew members were present aa no
votes will be taken till Thursday.
Senate—Mr. Wade introduced tbe
Route bill enabling tbe peopie of Nebraaka
to form a State Government.
Mr. Foster objected to tbo bill simpl)
upon tbo ground tbat tbe insignificant pop
uiation of tbe Territory bad not clearly ex
pressed a wish to become a State, and thi
proposed measure was a dictation to thcui
on tbe part of Congress.
Mr. Wade replied tint through tbcii
Representative of tbe other II use tbey bad
expressed a desire, snd be was auppjsed to
know and represent tbei- desirea.
The subject was then laid over.
Tbe Senate then proceeded to tbe oonsid
eration of tbe naval appropriation bill.
Tbe amendment appropriating $184,000
for tbe purchase of lands at tbe Cbarloaton
navy yard, Maw was adopted.
Bandy Hook, April 12.
Tbe steamer Virginia frcm Liverpool,
29th, arrived with three clays later news
stated that the Danish conference meets
at London April 12.
The steamship New York wrecked at
tbe entrance of Queenstown harbor run
ning on a rock. She is a total loss.
The l'rnssians attempted to oarry
Dnppel by storm but the whole line was
repulsed after five hours engagement.
Londondkrrt, March 28.—Tbii morning
an attack was msde on bastion 6. The
Prussian soldiers refused to obey the com
mand of their officers to advance. Tbe
Rollkrfk fired on tbe Pruaiaana* riglit from
Wraybrank. Tbe engagement lasted seven
hours. The csnnonade continues. One hun
dred Danes are killed and wounded. Twen
ty-two Prussian prisoners have been taken.
Only four Danish regiments were engsged.
Tbe
Daily fitai
MAT ure
V 4th, lo6a, Trains will lore Wells street De
iSun,1ays excepted
At V:50 A Mand »:SS ii, forBelvidcre, Rockfoid
IVHlf
Cloded,
learns that on the
ground of difficulties which hsve arisen in
regsrd to tbe presumptive succexsion to tbe
Austrisn throne, tbe Archduke Maximilian
baa deferred tbe reception of the Mexican
crown. The reception and formal accept
ance was to bsve taken place on the 27tb
of March.
Tbe New Mexicaa loan ia tha aabject
daily fluctuating rumors.
The
Morning Pott
oa the way to DsJ-
Johaetoatoeavalvravaaaftto* Tha balk
of htaamy |g at ftwd 11
fttm
ItorWi,
at JfeM mnk* m.
Naw Toax, April 12.
Tha llaamcr Western Metropollo froaa
Bittoa Bead tha 9th, arrived thla r.
Tha Palmetto
m.
htrald
haa florida advices
of tha 1st. Tha etca—v Maple Leaf while
rotaratag to Jaehaaavllla Iran Palatka oa
tha let, etraek a rebel torpedo which ex-
tearing off tha etearner's eatire
DW*-»the vassal etahiag la 10 miaatee.
Two ftrtsM and two deek hands wore
drowned. Tho passengers, 60 ia aamber,
srere safety leaded. Their baggage waa all
loat, including that af two or three regi
ments.
A receaaoisnaee on the 2d, on tha Jack
eoaville road, resulted In a akirmiah with
rebel pickete five miles froaa Jackaoaville.
The eaeay retreating.
A Captain of a Georgia regiment had
come ia aad takes tho oath of allegiance.
A regiment of loyal Florid lane was beiag
organlaed.
Datee from Pahtka the 3d, atate tbat
ioar of oar pickete have been eaptared, bat
all wee quiet thea.
Eleven mea of a Georgia regtmeat aad
thirteea folly eqaiaped boreea were receat
ly eaptared above Palatka.
The Maple Leaf was owaed la Boetoa.
The iatereet in the treason debate ia
tbe House intensifies. If possible a vote
will be taken, and the Republicans will sit
late to attaia that resnlt. It may, how
ever, go over till Monday.
There is great military activity in this
vicinity. Weather fine.
Tbe tax bill wilt not be reported till
Monday, owing to the fact that the Bonse
does not sit to-morrow.
THE MARKETS.
Davenport Market.wUally Report.
Omoi or vaa Daa. A Hawa,)
Wednesday, April II.
Fi.oua—16.
Wa«At-#ea»1.05.
Voan—«3^70s.
OATS-93(308.
BABLST—fl .25(31
JO.
POTATOSS—iO^SO.
Haw Teik Bafteti
By Telegraph Maw Toas, April IS.
Oottui -Steady at 77e.
Fioca-Kxetted and advaneed WKg4Se per barrel.
IT T6«S 80 for Xztra State fS.OOgSJI K. H. O.
Krs— firmer at ftTMatSSO.
Wbsav—Nomloaly
Vo(g3o higher, tl.7101.76
for Cbieago spring il.7491.T8 for MUwaokee Ulob
•181®1 84 for Winter Bed Western.
om—Shade firmer. IIH91 8S mixed western.
Pons—Firmer at |2i ST for meee (liM for old
(2t 76a«2« 00 for now.
Basr—New beef atd ent meats Qrm.
Labo—Firmer ai
Wbisbt—Firmer at $1.13.
Mew Xora naraeu
New Toax, April U.
Ccttom.—Qaiet at 76(37Ve.
Fioua—[email protected] better. $7.90^8 10 Extra stats
ts.ao^s.ss K. H. O.
Whbat— 3(ii5centa better. $1.780180 Chicaito
Spring $1.78(£1.7» MllWaakes Clab, L8301.S9
Winter Ued.
Rra—Firm 1,«031,M
Cobn—$1^88.
Oats—91 l-2g921 2.
Pobk-$M old. (86 53^28.71.
new.
Labd—8teadr at 13^^14.
WaisiT—1,[email protected] 20.
New Yora Stock Market.
of
continues to axprea
belief in tbe poliey alleged.
Tbe Pope had so far reoovered as to par
ticipate in the Eaater Sunday cereaioaiaaal
Rome.
Philadklphia, April 12.
The
lnqnirtr
has tbe follow lag dispatch,
dsted Nashville, yesArday
It is certain at laat, that last Tennessee
baa been abandoned by tbo rebel troops,
aad tbat tbey have destroyed all tha
bridges ia ttetr kaaty ovaeaatitB.
w
«, c
atMsAM
Naw Toax, April II.
Gold 175*6. Since the board 1.78.
Davenport Lamker market.
DAVBNroaT, Jaa. 8, 18«8.
121
81095
32
.... 22
21
.... I.M06.
4.
15(320
Fcncing per one thoaaaad foot
Barn Boards do
Fiooriog do
Siding do
Joiat and timber do ..
Shiagles, per thoasaal.........
Lath
Pickets
TO DAY'S ADV'TS
DR. J.OADD
OFFICE
IN FARRAND'd BLOJK, CORNER
of Brady and ^ecead Si a., ap stairs, Uarea
pott, Iowa. Hpeciai attention g^ven to treatment
of Chronic diseases ard Female complaint'' ot ct
ry variety, aad treats Casern ar all discuses
pertaining ther to withoat aaia« the knife, by a
new process—ra'o and effectual in a curable
caa- s tifflce hours from a. ai. ta 4 p. m.
Address, Boi 300. apH-dAwly
Sore Throai,
Confh)
Colds,
and simitar trovbles, if anffered to progress, roaalt
In aerious Pulmontry, Bronchial and Asthmatic
affections, ofteotimes incurable.
Brown's Bronchiil
Troches
are compounded so as to reach direetly tho sest
of the disease and give instaot relief.
tsbSS-dAwlm
lilehigai SBBthcni A Laki Share
RAILROAD.
I E A A I O E S
ONtilAND
FTEB MAT 4TB, AND Ul»
furthsrnstiee ttaias will leaveChieago as
as follows:
7:00 A New Tork Express, daily, axeopt
Sundays.
7^0 U Night Ezpreea, daily, oncept Batar
daya.
Tralas airive ia Chieago at 6:M M,
aad
1:15 A M.
AH the above trains make regalar ssnnestlons
to Dunkirk, Baflalo Niagara Falls, Albany, New
fork, Boston, Philadelphia, JWtiaaore and al
points East.
uxurious new Sleeping Coaches, with all mod
em improvements run oa Night Trains.
Through Tickets can be obtained at the Com
pany a OBoe, le Clark street, ander Sherman
itoase, or at the Depot, comer of Old Vaa Baiee
Sherman stiscSs.
H.E.BAWYER,
General Weetam imt
DEBOLT EXCHANGEl
M. RILEY, Fropnetot.
d#ee Visit,
Liqumrt and 8$gar$
Bana Jfeaf
af
all Honrl.
HAVB JUST POT DP A JEN NT LIB
1
Table of the (latest improved patten,
await a trial from my frieada.
M. R1LET PNftieUK,
«1(l
,WJ
tf| Bt, opposite the Natieaal Baa
SIGKL HOTEE
eraanr, anvwaas aun*
sad,
JOHN MBYRR, Prwprlotor.
rBTBBTAiBMEHT PROTIDBD VOB THI
a-s teaveliag publie aad eity seed era al aU
vaL LS* HZ?1 "frfeeloiy meaner.
"applied with tbe beet the
Ml iforu. til |ka mobi mm! Wa y
^^en-eSiTsyr ?rlj
^""••"UataUhenie. i(tli
Wlaei dk EioBata
fetthiaBaaAefl J^etfMU
3
tsuattKxnsSS*
Tke theaeaads of «srtl£^(rea%himte.
BaakersaadHeehMiesef ell trades, that have
been givso la Caroe el this, theeafa trae Bala*
maadw,"i«rt«sHassisesferthe snbseriber Is
have been maaafketared aad soM la the Called
Oar Safes ere all •BonfBCtniod aader tho per
seaal sapervisiea of B. O. Wilder, Pateatee, aad
warraated perfectly free baa^daapMss.
neesBaiss eioosa slillattheOtaPaioaa,
noadvaaeehaviagyetbeeamadeeathoaa
A gosd aesortae teenstaaUy oahaad, aad fat
aU by J. M. TB&W1LLIGEB, i
geat,
akU-dlm*) 3a. TS LaBalle St.
.Chieago.
w*
Nkwabk, N. J., April
701
12.
Tha election in tbia Slate yeeterday,
ahowa large Union gains. Tbe board of
freeboldere io Essex, have a Union major
ity, which has not oecored before for seven
or eight years.
P. T. Mills, Democrat, wae elected Mayor
of Trentoa by 250 majority. The whole
Democratic city ticket waa elected.
a
Bfoeial ta Poft,
Washington, April 12.
UNDEB8IQNED ICE DBALBBS
.!• have agreed to ssll lea daring the year
1814 at the feilowiag rates
I lbs. par day |f.M par aaaathj
101bS tt.10
Batehers aad hauls 40 seats psr ewt.i
Baleoes asing
101 lbs pes wUk Sie.parewt^
Over 1M lbs. He.
Over 1*0 lbs.
Lass thea 10« lba.
D. H. KOHL.
FRIT* BAUBOSB.
sash21d3m
Tie.
t. PECK.
JAS. S. ALTMAH.
Fmmtiy AKcmt JKmrket.
FRtPCIUOK RAUtCH,
Co. SO Baat Rtroot.
iKBBPB BIB MARKET CON.
eVAMViT aappiied with the beat
|aality af Beef,Perk, Teel, Mattea,
eta, whisk he sells eheepsc thea
ay other batcher la the eity. Ceraed Beef,
lekled Pork, Onrsd Hams, aad Dried Beef eon
an tly oahaad. Oall aad try sm. mylMlp
THE NATIONAL PATENT OFFICE,
8NYDER A. WALTERS,
Broadway, New Yorfc.
Patent BolieitiBg Boase aad Fataat
Commtseioa Hoaea GoaBlaad.
SOLIOT1NO.—This
Cempaay will set as
Attorneys for soearing Patents for aew iavea
tloas ia this Coaatry and Earope oa the moat
reasonable terms, Ceadaet Iafnagmeat Casee
aad procare renewals of Patsats.
Our MmkibitUn
Beams
—Ws respeotfally sabmit to the pablie that ears
is the only responsible aiolieiting Hoase in the
World tbat hasaa Exhibitioa Boom, aad aa efl-
Bgl
eioat and saooessfa* Selling Departaaent attach
ed. Oa Patents tekpa
advance foe far selling,
We are in regalareommanieatienwith apwards
of 110 Patent Sellers throaghout tbe eoaatry
who depend wholly for their supply apon us. Oar
Exhibition Booms (corner Broadway aad Barclay
streets, in the very heart and oonteref the eity,)
are daily visited br numbers of Capitalists and
msa of Enternriss, sseking iavestmeats in vain
able Patenta, for the purpose of re-selling ia sab
dirisions, while others and heavier capitalists are
always ready to parabaee a usfnl Patent and en
gage in its manafactare, aad thaa eeeare a lucra
tive monopoly. These aoorces of demand that
are daily aagmonting are fally suBoient to ab
sorb the entire supply of Patents now beiag is
sued, and at (air prioes.
Consignments of Pateats for sale are respect
fully solicited. Any information free. Bosons!
ble Agents wanted in every oounty aad towa wbo
have lied plaoea of baaineas— to saeh we will
pay $30 per quarter, and 8 par oeat. oa ail
•lea, to act as our agents, (or the explsnatioa(one
hoar or more per day) of tbe models of saeh pa
tents as may be placed in their haads for sals.—
To'good Salesmea who will giro their whole time
to but inert, will pay 138 a month. Al e traveling
Agents are wanted at a fair salary.
Agents will se required to give sons satisfac
tory security or deposit the cost price of models,
which will be refunded wkea returned. Address
enolosintr stamp?
SNFDER A WA! TERS,No. 929 Broalway.
RsrsaBNcts—'Ve, theundereigned, doing bu
siness in New Tork City, do authoriss Joseph B.
Walters snd Q. H. Snyder, comprising tbe firm of
the National Patent Office, to reforto us, aad we
believe tbey will eondnet their basiness upon
ttridly honorable principlet.
[Sisnedl jVeie
Y»rk, Fib.
294.
—McKewan, Esq, Importer, 65 Maiden Lane, N
City. W Taylor, Ksq, Banker, 74 Wall St. N
City. Chas Voorboes, Esq, Baaher, 49 Plae
St,N V City Sbepheri, Seward A Co, Im sor
ters, 814 Pearl St, NT City. John Wilnsot.Esq,
Commission, 2 Bowling Green, N City. Joha
W Kirby, Erq, Metropolitan Bank, 108 Broadway,
N 1 City. U Arthur, Es), British nnd American
Exchange Banking Corporation, 63 Wall St, N
City. Oewes Smith, Maq, Chemical Bank,
corner ef Btoadway and Chambers St, N City.
mahlS-eod&wly
Win. YOUNG,
No. 04 Corner Rock Islaad At SB Streets,
HAS A LABOB STOCK O¥
Fmh Groceries, Eartlita Ware
Pnrc Wine* dfc Llqaora,
CHOICE CIOARH AND TOBACCO AC., AC.,
which he is idling at very low prises. Call ana
examine his goods. (mehll-dly
DAVENPORT
REPOSITORy.
OARRIASk
No. 1IO Brntfy St.(nBove 5th,)
DAVENPORT, IOWA.
J. HOYT, PROPRIETOR.
(Loti Clark Ss Hoft,)
KEKP,S CONSTANTLToa HAND
a large stock of the most thoroagh
,ly made aad most modern stylos of
CtRRlACES* BUttfilES,
O E a s e n a n u a u e
aad moat durable quality. His goods were boaght
and ooatracted for before the great rise in mate
rial and labor which eaabloe aim to offer the
Greatest Mnducewienta
to parchwer*. Call before parchasin^elsewhere.
fbl 1 dAwtfj HOTT.
I A. N" O
ro
BY JOHN ZIMMERMANN,
Grant'* Block Maim Stretlf
At the
Lowest
Living Prices.
~&T AU iaetraments warranted to give perfect
tisfactlon. web 6
O S A E
Widow Sash,
Window Blinds,
Doors of all Sisest
•aJeefDBV LUMBER
la
1857.
A LARGE STOCK OB HABD, ABD
WILL BB SOLD
Ckemper ilum
Ami 1lemr.
GkOBGE OTT, PaiB«er,
mhl4-lm Sssead Street, heleO Hjpiay.
•Meeolailaa *f Ce-Pariaerthlp,
THE
CO-PARTNERSHIP HEBBTOPOBB
existing aader the name aad style af Mae
esoAen A Bcrsxeacc, is this day disselvad by
aataal eeaseat. The aaeoaats of said trm will
he settled by WM. B0TEBBACK, the parta
sassssdlag the tia ia baaiaess.
WM. BUTEBBACB.
Davsaport, Marck 18,18S4. dla
j»rjr Kiailiag Wee#.
A
LOT OV DBT PINB KINDLING WOOD
aew oahaad at ear Mi
11, on Beeend Hkeel,
for sale at a rsasonahls prise.
"—»|Y
1
fbbbch a datibs.
WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL
mmmrn sjtm MMmm**
IhsBeolar aMaatisa peid teenstaa wslk sf OB
RBb MBBABV8IW
BirhlllHUTiw •,, .t^.
•^T
A
JJAB BBMOTBD B.18 E^T.E SITB
BOOT All MM BAIBf ACTMT
to Bi slsia fsmeriy sesapisd by W. a Hannh,
Opposite LeClaire BoW|
where he wUl be happy to aaet his eU enstsaers
and. as assay aew ones as will fever hlawHkfeelr
petrcaage. Hla farilltla to toniaB eat the
Wark
are of the tret order. Geed aleak et aU Mais,
mad the
Beat Werkaia la the Ofttjr
tsgetber with proaptnsss In tiling seises, aad
isessaahte psiess, ase his leeding
OUTTOM MAM QOOOt
ssasteatlr en head fsr sale lew
apXT-dAwtf
BOSTON BRANCB
BOOT AND SHOE STORE I
Whelesale BetalL
MO. 8 BBADT ST, DATENPOBT, IOWA.
Z Xi S e* O O
PFEB POB BALE THE BBST ASBOBT
nanr of Boote aad sheee ever offered ia this
sltjr. Beiag ssnosstsd with one ef the largest
hoases ia Boetoa we are enabled to take every
ndvaatace of the markst, and keen ap Ike keel
stsekand aaB ItatJ
O
The
fVrjf XmnbI JPrice§.
Conntry aerakaats will tad it vsry aaek te
tkeir advantage te palrsnge ns.
MUVFACTUUIfi ARB BETAIBnO
DONE PBOMPTLT.
All Work Wsjranted.
O.
V.
and HtUing Department.
oat by as wo reqaire no
FOB
O. B. OLULD, Davanpsrt.
Oatta.Boston. faylt»dt
THIRTY TEARS HA8BECEIVEDTHI
Favorable Reeomakendation of the PUBLIC
and been need aad Prescribed by tbe
Firat Fhysieiane in
the
Land
ASTBB
KtT REMEDY KNOWN
voa
Htadaehe,
Jbrvout Htadaeke,
pfprptia, Sour &omm*h,
Billiout Baadacht, dimintnt
Ooiivmeti, Lou of Apptitt, Uvutm
ildigMHon, Torpidity of tht Ltrtr,
(Trass.
u a i A i o n i e
Btmtturn. Sta
SieAaess,
Billiout Attache,
Fewer*, die.
"oar Tomtlmoutola, Skn
Bss Psmphlets with saeh Bottle.
Maaafaetared oaly by
VAXIIIANT eb OO.,
9TB Greenwick Street^fow York.
W For sale by all Darggists. OslS-ly
Toaekers, Bckool Traeteoe, dke,
Are Invited to exsmias ths aew Kdltien, inst
published, of
BROWS
(UUMMJU8 WITHANALYM.
first lines of enqlish grammar.
—Being a brief abstrast of tbe aathor's larger
works. A aew stereotype edltoa, earefnlly re
vised by the auibor with Exercises in Aaaiyais
and Parsing, by Hoary Kiddle, M. A., Amistaat
SaperinUndent of Common Sehools, New Tork
City. 122 pages, 12 mo. Price, 80 cents.
II. INSTITUTES OF ENGLISH GRAMMAB.
Methodically arranged, etc., ate. Dceiaed to
ths ase ef Schools, Academies aad Private
Learners. A new etereotype edition, oaretally
III. GRAMMAR OP ENGLISH GRAMMARS.
—Withaaiatrodaotioa, Historical and Critical,
the whole methodically arraaged aad simply ii
lustralsd, ate., etc., and a Key to tbe Oral Exer
cises, with appeaiixee, ete. Seveath Bdltioa,re
vised and improved. (With a tae portrait of tho
aathor, eagreved oa steel.) Eaiarged by the ad
ditioaef a eepioasindex of matters, by Bamaal
U. Berrian, A. M. 1,102 pp., large osUvo, hand
somely bound Price, 84.60.
This popalar and standard series of Eaglish
Grammars haa loog been the establ isfaed favorite
with very maay or our moetsuooessful teachers.
The* are acknowledged by those who have civ
ee tbem a fair trial to bo the meet
and
practical
8
I
tound.
«Zsar
exposition of the Boglish Laaaaage
tbat has ever been ititrodeood to the aetioe ef
Teachers. It is rspidly becoming, from its wide
spread ass and pepaiarity,
The National Dteaiard!
The Pablishers have extensive lists of the
eitiee, towns, Ae ia a!l the States where they
are ased. Ia New Torh BROWN'S BBBIBSars
fsr beyond all others ia general ase, Beports
from 198 Aeademiee show that
Ninety-Nine of them are
V a i n O W N
ORAIV11IIARS.
fbsyhavebeeaoaeially adapted aad intta
dneed by the School Trasteee of a large marjori
ty of the School Districts of Bow Tork.
The Series are used ia a lalie aamber of the
Academies and High Reboots of ftaaoMm.
BROWN'S GRAMMAB8 are alsoeeiitg ex
tensively adopted la the Western States by vsry
•any sities, tewaa, scfceoi diasrlete, aosdeaaios
aad private lnatitatioas. They are ased In
flBclnnati, 0„ CfcleigOf HI.,
Milwaakee,Wif.} Newan, 0M
CleTeltud, 0., Si Lnli,
Saadask/, 0„ Betreit, Mfeh»,
ladiaaapella, kt*, Ae.
TEBMS OF INTRODDCTIO*
Te faeilitats a Irst iatrodaetiea of Brewa's
Or a ai
sars, tboPablisbsrs ofler te axehaage thea
fer other books ef a eonaspoadiag grade, af fel
lows:
Baown'e Fins* Linas. ia axehaage fer Old
Seeks, aad 12X eeats, Betail Pries, esats i
Doeea Price, 21 eeats.
Bbowh'b Isstitutbc, ia axehaage for Old
Books, aad 29 cents. Betail Price,
ft
eeats, Dee-
eaPrice, 10 een u.
t^T Specimen copies, for examiaatioa, will be
sent, pest paid, oa receipt of half tho retail price,
or 1} eeats for the First Liaes, aad 17 eeate te
the Institutes.
The PaUishocs will bs happy to
with Teachers aad all othess interested.
WM. WOOD4CO^
Pablishsss, 1 Walksr 8tiee%
Vewfafc.
mhl4*la)
Latter fNH
gBiCIJTBD^IBA «aa
(haaariaaie
•a UMalbla thai
stasa* ef Be
SaSSL--—^
—e^ag bhe^asaasf.-*•***
liimfi
,Mil MrOBnR wMBMM leBMO
SUaM *omM Mtk dar ef
A i i i e a e i e e a a a s
ten«ll»)Biw. fill la six aenern
date, aadtSeeSee Bi ^ssoa ef 4wsteokaaB
nd end tsa (IMU) *Besa, aaeahls la twelve
asntks frea date, with taMMSlol tkeMMe ef «so
per coot, per
senna efler aatasUg. Bald deed
ef tract ie date sswaiaiea eeeseiasfaaM Oe. sf
BeetttbkeekAseftawnlet awimb face
Ti. ^ttansisefA^liei*tte
netoftstwslvolanliet M^ii»)l^is
kas heesaedae eai psfahU,aM tke all Bhfe
ard K. Alls* has Ihilad eai ns^eetsd ts pay the
seae, aew,thetefefe, I, Jakn P.lMUlco,trastee as
nfarsaaidj at therennaet af Bteelns PitttMn
win is ike presest owner efsetd aete by treesns
and aaalgnaaat fiaa tke aaid Joha P, Cook, Be
hereby give thla pebBe nsttee that hy vlrtne ef
the powerlaae vpetad by saU deed of trast, 1
shall oa Battuday, um 14th 4mj ef May, A 1,
18«t, at tite hear of twa e'steek p. a. ef seM
day, ettheCanrt Hence dees, in tke eity ef Da
Tenpsrt, lewa, cxpoce aad offer fer satoat pablie
anettca Ike reel estate above dsssrtbsd, or ee
ansh there
sf Many bs aiianeei ta pay ike
aaoant dne ea said aete, intsrsst thsseon le day
ef sales eestsef this advsriiamsat end Mastee?
Dated thla lllk day ef April, 1M|.
JOHB r. U1LLOM,
aplt^tagl Trastee.
OBIQINAL NOTICE.
STATS OV IOWA 4 lU.B. Bsv.Buapl
Boon Coenvv, fifty Cents,
Hn nnewell A Hill vs. hal Kroha and Masy Aaa
Krahn—In the Dictriet Cenrt.
Teseek ef tfhld Defendants.
YOU
ABB BjRBBBT BOTIVlkD TBAT OB
or before the 10» Bay ef April, 1114, ape
titioa will be tied by salt pUlatifis, Haaaawell
uill,la tkeeReeef thotBsrt sf tke Distrlst
Cenit of aid Beott eonaty. lows, eiaiai^ ef
Venit or Mid Beott oon»ty. lews. dnlalM ef
yen tke sna of sixteen hnndted thlrty-tve aad
it-l#0 dellsrs, ea n note signed Penl Erehn,
fat fl.N0, te the Sterling Bosk Islaad Railroad
Coapaay, dated Aagnst 17.1MT. and dna tve
yean Aeat Bsplsaiir 1,1UT, with
w», wiw iatsnst at 10
Said petitieas nlaeahs les
ede te eeeare
nor cent, per aaa Ba
the foreclosure cf a aertgage ai
note efevea Bate tkesewnh, apen Id fbar
(4,) block twe (2,) In LeUaira.
Aep thnt nnlea yoe appear tberete aad Be*
feed befasn naen ei the second day ef the neat
term of said Contt, eeaaeaeiug en the lei ken*
day of May, 1864, defsnlt will saterad againel
yea. aad jadgmeat readorad thereon.
Dated this list day of Marsh, 1M4.
HTKWAkT A ABLBTkOKO,
ahll-d4w llaii tita iitciui,.
NIlCISlMflOM,
V
Bobacki are Better.
DR. ROBAOK'8
STOKACH BITTEBBl
ROBAOn BITTXB8.
tke
Be
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wrn mi
faalfe West,
a^lMelBB
n
RrVmrMl
UvalMhiaBLn.^-,
BOBAcxm BimBs.
ea, nagiBin, i
*«M*U«a»,aBiat
efthe
B0BACX*8 BITTXB8
ef Basil,
leeia, whlsfe havs hesa fbaad bmI
hyjaat SMdbal sipsriMse, ta
the re^alslls Tsale prspsrBss la
B0BAGT8 BITTXBJL
rsoBAon mmnr]
Jr m« w«h Ike ssaaal ef
|aark*|aadkr
W he wea at ease, ttat they
BOBAOT8 BITTBiti.
r, aal apea Mai wl khal
I lot evsry bedy try tksaa
DR. O. W. BOBACE,
•arisasB, OMe, PaepstaMsaf
wa •ttteea.Wood PmMar, Bloat
Vma, Oatawta Swadiah Braadlaa.
A. mt, CMsaeS^ Ml Act.
.W&JttKASr
.4*
mi
ttey wn he
jlhSyesailaesdefthetrnlheftBeaieve.
S A I
Mnnniaetnrer A Dealer in
of all hinds.
MAKBB ALL KHTDH OP my..
«wna to order end on short notks.f
S:
®nat BeeonB Btroet.^1
Baa* Vatattara aai ttavsB
®n TOCB POBTCRS
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