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am* C|( fails ^ajetle try Mi i85(t. LOCAL MATTERS. ,g| DAU.T DAVBBPOBT 0AMTTB, hth* oalrp*l*' ut ttr l"""1 ll'*t priiu«i um .„ power Pies*, and Itsciroaletioa ii ike ls*e*i "law *AtlBM. Adrsrti»«l appreciate UkM* advantagrs, ,u tolOBBI MBPlT «e*tif»- Cam P*wxi*« We are running off tbouMods of card* nearly averjr day oa our eard press and it works so beautifully, that our foreman deciarea we must make its qaalities wider known. We would inform the pwp'e the •ntire Stat* that we are enabled to do the printing for the whole of them and in large quantitiea at prices lower tktn they bare ever before been able lo ob tain tbem. Those in the interior wanting printing of any description done at abort notice will send their orders to the Oiazatt* Steam Printing Establishment. "MARBLE FBOKTS."—They have near Chicago large quarries of a kind of stone which haa hitherto gone by the name of "Athens marble," but we learn from the Hhicsgo papers that Dr. Hitchcock, the em inent geologist, expreases the opinion that it will be very durable, and "regards it in all respects au very superior to most of the i marble of which the public buildings are built in Paris, and many of the other Euro pean cities." It seems that the people oi Chicagohave beenbitherto unacquainted with the nature and value of the Jiome material, that when they built their Court House. itooe was imported at a great expense from Lockport, N. Y., and it is now ascertained that the imported article is greatly inferior to the one which tjiey have «J their own doors. We hope aoon to experience the pleas-1 ure and profit of listening to Dr. Hitch cock's lectures in our city, and perhapa with his aasistance we may be able to bring to light some kind of stone in our vicinity that will pass for marble, and then our citizens will be able to give their buainess and dwelling houses the improved appearance of'aarble fronts." We have now a very gcod variety of lime-stone for building pur poses, but inasmuch as our geological ex aminations have as yet been by no means thorough, it is not altogether improbable tiiat we may come across a stone nearer by many degress to pore marble. In the meantime we are pleased that th* stone which the Chicago builders rejected has turned out to be so superior an article. We hope howtver the people of Chicago will not be induced by tins fact to call their town the Athens-Marble" City. We al ready have one 'Modern Athene' in the Uai tej States, though we believe the Bosto Dims claim the appellation rather in virtue ef their intellectual characteristics, than on account of their number ofmarble fronts" Kocc ISLAND ADVERTISER.—Friend WHABTOB has associated with him in the publication of the Advertiser J. S. HYATT, formerly of tlie Henry Co. Dial The Ad mtiter will no doubt be improved by the connection, and to those of our patrons wishing an advertising medium in our sis ter city we can recommend it. A RUNAWAY.—On Thursday last, we! learn, that our friend, I. GLASFELL, came very near losing hia life by the running) away of his horses. In descending a hil near town with a load of wood some portion ofit slipped forward and threw liini between the horses, which run until they brought up against a tree fortunately without materi rial injury to him, though he was considera bly bruised. IOWA CITT PAPERS—We have inadver tently but by no means intentionally omit tsd to mention that the Iowa City Weekly Reporter is also publiahed a Tri-Week )y. It is a neat-looking, six-column sheet, and gives plentiful evidence of tact and in-1 dustry. We congratulate friend Sylvester] oo his enterprise, and hope that in every thing but his politics he ma) be abuudantly •ucceisful. We learn from the Republican that the proprietor of that paper also intends issuing a Tri-Weekly in a ahort time, and without intending any invidioua comparison, we wish friend Lathrop both political and pecu niary proaperity. New »per publishers in Iowa City are feeling the full influence ofi the Railroad in regard to their business,] and they might aa well hang their harps up on the willows at once, as to continue pub lishing a weekly netcs-paper, after the rail road haa reached their city. TH* Town OK ever, FULTON.—Perhaps the best evidence we can give of the progress of this new town, recently laid out on the M. &. M. Railroad and called after our es teemed fellow citizen, ia to mention an ad dition to ita inhabitants of two little fellows, one of whom, at least, will bear about with him through life in his name the remem brance of his birth-place. The fact, how- that Messrs. Burrows, Prettyman & Ball have got their reaper establishment in successful operation and that one of the sowing machines, manufactured by them, haa already reached our city, may with some be esteemed a greater evidence of prosperi ty- They have now ten men busily em ployed and by March expect to have manu factured about one hundred and fifty sowers and one hundred reapers. In digging a well they struck a vein of water which gushed up so fast that it reached the man's arm-pita before lie could be rescued. Thia item will show our eastern friends that western prai riea are not only composed of the most fer tile soil in the world, but that an abundance °f water ia eaaily attainable. OVERSHOES.—By reference to their ad vertisement it will be seeu that DAWSON, Q*ioaa & Co. have received a new aupply of over-shoes. We understand that during late cold weather the article waa not to be procured in the city All wanting over •hots can now be supplied. IOWA CUT ITEMS.—The Railroad haa f|4e ^is etch near neighfefHs* to Iowa City that we feel romething like a local interest in its affairs. Wo are therefore pleased to learn from the Republican that instead of Utoro having been a deiicil in the tunds raised |o defray tho expenses of the late Celebration, there was an excels of some threo hundred dollars, which, at a treating of the Committee last Saturday evening waa devoted to Railroad purposes for the benefit of the City. As an item of the beneficial induencea which the Road ia exerciaing upon Iowa City, the Republican atatea that Mr. Lyon has within the lest few dsys sold lots to the amount of #44100, which are to be occupied by stores, eto. The lots lie on the Ruil road track in a situation where a few yeara ago a person would hardly have located a vegetable garden. The same kind of facta has profusely il lustrated the history of our own city. Pu"h oa the road to Council Bluffs, and v e will •how to the world three Iowa Cities attach ed to each other not only by the iron rails, but by the strongest ties of friendship and a community of business interests,—moving on from prosperity to prosperity, with no feelings of jealousy, but with a conatant pleasure at witnessing each other's good fortune. A NEW PAPE*.—We have received the first number of the De Witt Clintonian, published by BATES & M'COSMIC*, at De Witt, Clinton county. Judging from the present number and from our knowledge of Mr. Batea' ability, we think the paper will be good one—creditable to the publiahers and beneficial to the interests of De Witt. We notice that a number of our Davenport merchanta advertise in the Clintonian, and we commend it to the attention of those who wiab to extend their business in that region of country. BY CATON'S LINE. Telegraphed expressly foi Daily Gazette Vow Terk Market. NEW YORK, Jan. 18. NEW YORK, Jan. 18. Tlife steamship Cahawba has arrived from N. O. and Havana, with dates from latter port to the 13th. The Spaniah ship Mex eo sailed from Havana for Vera Crux on 13th. It is reported that one of Santa An na's agents went in her to observe the state ef political affairs in Mexico. The advicea from that country brought by the British steamer Clyde wear a gloomy aspect. The British brig Citron from Halifax for Havana was lost in Dog Keys on the 5th inst. Crew had all arrived at Havana. It was rumored that the brig Cotzel from Bos ton for Havana had gone ashore near Legua, La Grande no particulars. Freights at Havana dull and vessels were leaving fur Gulf por*.s. Woshlngton itemi, vU.Vsw Yerk. Ff. Y., Jan. 18. Mr. Mace, addressing himself aa he said, to Statesmen not partizans, offered in a spirit of couiproiniae a resolution declaring Mr. Banks, Republican, Speaker, Mr. Cul lom, American, Clerk A. J. Groaaben, Sergeant at Arms, John M. Johnson, P.M. and Z. M. McCew doorkeeper. The last three are the nominees of the Democratic caucus. The resolution was tabled by a vote of 111 against 90. The Correspondent of Tribane telegraphs last evening that the Navy promotions, were all sent in to-day, the President hav ing auddenly determined on this course.— There waa much animated debate in Exe cutive sestion. Mr. Bayard denounced the law aa anomalous. No action was taken and the subject is still pending. WELL-PLEASED.—The Boston Atlas waa one of the ablest and moat earneat suppor ters of Mr. Rockwell for the Governorship of Massackuaetts, but, judging from the fol lowing paragraph it is very well pleased with the message of Governor Gardner "There are many other recommendations in thia address which we shall take an early opportunity to consider, at greater length than our space will at present permit us, without slighting more than their impor tance will justify. We cannot dismiss the document, however, even temp^rarijy, with out expressing anew the gratification with which we have received by far its greater portions, while even our exceptions are of trivial ment, in romparlfon with those parta which we cordially and heartily ac cept." Col. Sibthorpe.one of the oldest members of the English Parliament, died on the Hth ult. A Mr. Marshall has introduced into the Kentucky Legislature a resolution directing the Judiciary Committee''to make negro tes timony legal in cases against whites con cerned in running o(T our slaves. Itavenport market• GA'*BTTK OFFKC, Jau. It, P• BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS!! W. O. WADSWOBIH, OFriRlXU RICH ALL-WOOL PLAIDS, llfftl Qualities at"Scent%_per yard. French •Weriuoe*, si it I2i per yard. CORlJIlCiS and P4 It A JM ETTA Sbawlai) P1.NE CASHMER SCARFS, In preat variety. ErabM., Setts, Collars, Sleeves, All price'. Cambric Edgings, Inserting* &c. Embroidered Curtain Munhitm, A fine aitlclr at 33 tenia. FLANNBLS WbiU. Hod, Yellow, Printed. Plaid Plain. Damask, Napkins, Dvct!•«, Towth, Diapers etc., etc. And all other ulyloaof GeoU*at priren wLidi will re pay a vUll to Ke, o main street. i d«cl. Bet. Frontau.t Second. .KTT N O I E O Til tillElt .WING received large additions to uiy stock of rANCY GOODS! during the put few days, 1 am DO* prepared to exhib it to lHtf liikVlEMalurgc assortment of Hue A- rich IIKKSS SILKS, Kmbrolder.es, Cloaks and Jalma*, Cashmeredr Wool Long Shawl*, Wool and Raw Slik Plaids, Piald and Printed a|l wool De LaUes, French Mcrinoos and Paramettai, Bomba:inesand Alpaca*, Hosiery of every deacription, Swiss, Jaeoonet Cambrics, Skirts and Skirtings, Kid Gloves,all Colors,best quality, ogelher with almost* very article of use or orniment to a Idf.y's costume. All of which have been select ed within the past few weeks and tne STYLES A KB KKW and the GOODS FHKSH. 1 do not say I have the LAKGKST STOCK ever brought this side of the Mississippi river, neither that teji: soil them 85 PKKCKMT CHKAPKK than AM Y ti.NK KLSKbul I would most respectfully ask the LADlKSto cull, examine my stotk and price* and u 're for themselves by comparison with otilers, uml Willingly will abide ly their judgement and taate on the milter. W. C. WADSWOHTH. Oct. 93 No. 6 Mala *t.,'et. Front & vTl sts. FACtr FOR THE PEOPLE. THAT W C. Wsdiworth ha on hand, and ooastantlr ad- A Flour market Is higher better demand for exports sales 6000 bbls. $fS for state •8(88,03^ for weaterp, #8,il,'£@9,75 for Canadian, $7,60(^8,50 for extra Genessee. Grain.—Wheat market firmer sales of 12, 000 bushelaat #1,60@1,95 for red Tennes see, red Ind. $2,08. Rye firm, 8000 bush, •old at $1,30(^1,31. Corn better sales 22,000 bush at 85(£93 for new yellow white nominally 91(393)*. Oats dull at 44®48 for state and 44 @60 for western. Provisions.—Pork better salea 460 bbls. at #17,® 17,12 for mess, #14,62S14,75 for prime. Beef steady and sales moderate cut meats in request at full prices. Lard steady sales 300 bbls. at 11^011^. But ter and cheese quiet. Whiskey small sales at 36. -v from Havana. dint te, a lar(* sleek of Kieh Dress aad Faaer DryUoodsf wtuch he is di*tMia( ot at as GREAT BARGAINS. a« can b* had at any ho««« in Ue city, and many Good* sue •old at (ton 10 to p«r cast Itis than tbey oaa be obtained •itcwLMe. In APLK (iOUUH tke stock it iarjp and cOtapMH ot' iImTi'l J*st qaalitte* aad aaice awl ar? oUared at prices which Defy Competition, To each and erery one I would say call and left the trath of No. 6 MAIN tfr, between Front and Seeond. •Attention. ecelv*K a verylar, WK are uo«r receiving a very lar^datuok of FALL AND W1NTKK UOODH, and shall comluue lo rereive addition* to oar ttock throughout the aes eon. Thoee withlng Bargain* will pleate rait aad ex amine our •lock, whlcli contl.lt In part of All Wool De Laiuei, French Marines Kiiflleh Alpaca, Mualln DeUlnea, le Beg*, Moire Antique Ingham*. Woraod Danielle, Moreena, Cotton Soft Twist Sett, DreuTriaataiagt, Velvet Klbboue, •Moire Antique do Bonnet db Wide Black Velvet., Fancy Heavy Bro Sheeting, FUe lot do da Bleached do 10* do fleamlesa Bag Cetten Hatting, Toy* Look lopOlMMi 7 Plain Black Silk., Blark Brocade Watered Sallndu Cteoe, Plain 4* Fancy Silks, Poplin*, ic. White Curtain Gooda Pfaindr Har'd ie'n't* and FlgM Swlsa. Cap Nett, Flouncing*, Cambric ftlglngi, inverting*, Mualln Ltce Collar*, Mualln Vnder Sleevea, Caaelmere*.. Satinett* ate, Wool Vara, Knitting Worsted, cbel" CroMhel Cotto u, Yankee Nollen*. and a thouaai things betide* which we will aell at wtlafartory prloei. Jan 7 dwtr WM B. HARMS. Public Notice. "VTOTICG ia hereby given that J. M. D. B. J3I CHAS. LSMLK, leniTiro LiKoaa, WK. Waaowj, JINN M. DIUELI,OOD,L. C. C. Diuuitr, P. Mnmi, Pi.aar, J• M- Wrriuawn, AIFSSD WeoDWARD, The corporation will romance business ou the 3th day of January, A. D. 1850 and will continue for twenty y oar* thereafter. The capital stock of the Compiny to consist of pre mlum notes and cash premiums ree'd. andauoh other capital as by content of the Board of Directors, shall have been added, and shall not exceed Five Hundred Thousand dollars hut ihe Company will rommonce issuing Polices with a oapttal of Twenty-Five Thou sand Dolllart. The affairs of the Company shall bi conducted by a Beard of Directors, tbirueu'in number, to beelec ted by the member* and stockholders such eltction to be holden on the 3d Monday in Jauuary of each year. But tho Incorporators above aamad constitute the first Board of Directors, aud shall hold their oM ces until the 3nd Monday In January, A. D. 1837, and until the successors shall be elected. The highest amount of Indebtedness to which the Company will at any time sub)act itself, Is Fifty Thousand Dollar*. The private property olthemembers,stockbolders, directors and corporators of the Company, which Is not included in Uie Capital shall not be liable for the corporate debts, beyond the amount which may be dne froin each person reapecrively. jan7-dt Davenport O&i and Steam Fitting establishment* 5KCO.NO ST.,So DOOR KAST OF BKBDY. 'pHERK will at all times be found ul the above es J. tabllshinenl, the largest and best assortment west of Chicago, of bandnliers. Brackets, Pendants, and GAS FlXTUiUm ef every description, ef the best American manufacture, together with GAS aud STEAM PIPK of every description. M. Cometti D*ilt Burrow frtttfrnan. CoKXtssio* MK»CBA*TS, F*O»T ST»S«T. Flour Rxtra, tB.SS.Butter, «S®30 *««.. 7,uu Kggs, «»»5 •30«S5 30 t^ 40960 «3^t94^0 LK«D PIPK or all siies. IKON 8 IK AM PIPK, BHASS, COPPKR and IKON FITTINGS or every kind for Bnglne Boiler* snd Pump Connections. The undersigned employs none but the best and most experienced workmen, and gives bis nersodal super intendence to all work ui trusted lo him. He feels assured that a visit to his establishment will be advan tagenus to those lnwautol articles In his Hue. fuuntrv orders attended at the shortest notice. octSU-d3in P. MKKW1N, At the oBice of the Davenport Gas and Coke Co. DMSOLOTIOM Of PABTNEB8HIP 'I'HK partnership heretofore existing between the a undersigned has been this day dissolved by mutu al consent. The business will lu future be conducted by Wm. B. HAKK1S, who Isduly authorized to settle the business of the Brni. WOODWAKD k HARRIS. Davenport, January 7,1844. Pino For Sale or Rent. rpilK subscriber offer* for sale or rent his es tablishment, knowu as the Mississippi „ouse. on Front st. The furniture, which is ust entirely new, and of tho inoatapproved styles, will be solr with the boose. This estahlishiueat Is situated iu a favorite position, and has a full share of the public patronage. The building is now, bailt ol brick, fourswrlesiu liigqt, aiul haa been occupied on ly three mouths. Terms made kuewn by applloatiou to the subscriber at the above mentioned Houae^ Jaad-dlin I,S3 Poultry, 9,25»doi. MI Wheat, rail, A spring, Barley, Oats, Corn, in the ear. Potatoes, Pork, 1.19 i,nt 1) Bacon Mams, want Shoulders, ••10 ccl3 Lard, 8#I0 Coal* bush., IS® U Prairie Hay, ton, IU4W onions, 40030 vu"'" HIED APPLES k PKACHKB, ano.l artlole, lust ree'd. and for sale low by jtLVORD dt VAS PATTBK. JAB. MVLinr ft BKO. STEAAUWAT AQEIKTI, Front Street, Aprllllthd-tfj DAVBSPOKT, Iowa. |«tk» $t«tit«(r9. a v e n o o o k S o e No. 7 LK CLAIRE ROW. IAHK atoelc of the above concern tint becu p«»ich*«* i Messrs Cfrto. W. H\U A To, who Mrd ihot oiiKhl) aVjiiaihiefI with tho busing* in ttli its bruiH'b e^und our ktiowlrrte* of the now firm miUiorU** to-ay that tb^y will faithfully dl««hargeali thtirob ligaltotm tho pubiie. fn rotirin^ w* ac knowutlg** tbe •tiMiifast favor wr ht»v* rwolved Jrom the commuutt) iinti bospe&k for our siu r«»ir«a con* tinuanre thereof btfliovihg that they wiliKiVf to the buviuees that strict attention which other pvgage oicnt* torthf p&fttvo vrars harr prevented u# from itoiug. W. H- HOI.MKS St CO. lUvcuport, Jan. H, IHSG. S, from 211. SO cents, very cheap. Plain V frlnled ALL WOOL DE LAINES, AT 4 low TRICE. C8TTU AID WOOL BE LAINES From 10 to 37* rents per yard. Cashmere Long and Square By the above annouueemeut it will be perceived thai tne undf rilgttod buvo ivccendcd Me«sr«- Uolm#0 & o proprieiors of the Davenport iiook eJUr^-— O u o e u u a s i n e o o k S o e 1 n o hiMtto make iDOii«—toeoud to heamip ^'.tzons of Davenportand identify oarKelvea viihlta^iowUiand prosperity. To uocompliMh ihcflrM, we Intend to keep a lull and complete sioclcof sult'dto tbh mar ket, and a^U tiiem at fair prices: Tho second we hope to merit, bjr faithfully dlachargiii? all itoe dutlea that porialu to good citiztnihip. G. %V. KLL8 TO. Davenport, Jan, dw Book* utiil stationery. Jl'ST ri.c'J at No. 7 Le L'ialre Block, u fuTI stock of Family Bibles, ramming in prieesfrom l.'.U to ti5,4ii. also:. jMoslielin'sChuroa Hisum.i vol. Clarlc*t Cnimontary, 4 f-li- .fc. Webster'* D!ctionuri"S Ironi :ne potki tlo ihe quafto Woreester'* Octavo edition, do. BolIIus' Ancient History,2'vol. .Jne*phu»' History ofthe jew*, I v 1. Dirk's Fli!lo*ophlral Wort*, a to:i Plutarch* I.ivee of Ai.cient Heroes, 1 vol. «KO. W. KI.I.Si A tO.a liavenport, Jan R, 'X Papier MaeUe Oooda. WEgood* are Just in recei|t of a large stack of the above of anew and exceedingly rich atyle. Among tbain ure Writing De.*k*, Jewol Cases,Olove Boxes, Tables, if. Dec :l Something Desirable. LAD(ES' ood Qeut'* lre9°.iiig and Toliat Cases In great variety, The above nrtlrles are difficult to Und,but now have a larger assortment shaaaan bo fonnd westof New York. Call and examine. Uer«. FOkTKK&BBO. 'twill pa youtocrosi Ihe Ferry and merely examine our spleudid sseortment of FAKCY fiutiOS now ou hand. II not, wo will relund tho amount of your ferriage. Don't forget the place, liec. 3 P*ifJ Kk'ftBook l.torc. Diaries for 1856, Pocket and Desk, different si FOR the DKS1K1NU Insurance is trnly a Ravings Bank for the Widow and the Orphan. The rich and the poor may avail then -elves of its benefits. Ko 'm«B is teo poor to lasurohis Family from Wdnt after Bis death. A person thirty years of age,by saving Ave cents a day, can secure OnoThousand Dollarsforbis Fam II) at his death. Husbapdsapd Fathers, why do yon delay securing a cornp«ten«e to your families after your death.f Young Jen arc y«.a desirous of getting credit? Insure your lives. Young Men have you made provision for your de clining yeanf If netlnsur* yonrlivest Creditors, why hazard the loss of a iJebt by death? Iusnre tie lileof your debtor. To All—Have JOU made such provision for those near and «ear to you, as you would wish you had done, were tou to dl«, tMs nightv If youhava not, procrastinate no longer, life Is uncertain. B. B. JAS. GAMBLE, it ALDIN T. MaVluht hare Incorporated thcmaelve* in accordance with the provision*of the Code of Iowa, nnderthe title and by ike name of the "Hawk eye Insurance Cempany," and have Hied fieir articles of Incorporation la the iteconier's office in .Scott ceuitty in said State of Iowa. The principal place qftraaaacting the business of the Company la at the city of Davenport, In said County and State. The general nature of the business to be tranaacted by aaid Company, is that of Marine, Fire and Inland navigation Insurance, to he conducted en the mutual plan. Any persen applying for insurance may pay a cash premium in addition to a premium note or a delulle sum in meney to be Axed fay the Company In lull for suefe lnsoranen, Instead ot a premium note.— All premium notes are liable to assessment for all lowos and expenses ot the Comfany, whetherthe taiu arise out of losses or expenses growing out ef u cash or premium note Insurance, and, shaiTbe payable In part or the whole at any time wheuthe Company shall require the aame for the payment of leeaee and such Incidental expetiees a* shall be necessary for transacting the bnatneseot the company aad for the redemption and payment of Judgmeuta oblaiued against the company, and all notes, bill* er bonds issued by the Company. Pamphlets explanatory lurnhhed by Agents^ratis. OFFICERS ASD DIRECTORS: JAMESC. WALK.LKY,President. ELIAS GILL, Secretary. Jno. I.. Buuoo, V. Prest.i K. D.Dickeriran.GI. Agt. DIRRCTORS: Allied Uiil, John L. Sauce. Jchn A. Butler, Nouh Wheaton, Nelson Hollis.er, JS.S. M. D4LZELL. Daniel Philip*. Ktswell Bloaget, £.D. Dicker man, Samuel Colt, James C. Walkley. S. B. Beresford, M. 11.j Consulting Physician. JOHN M. ADLKR, M. D., Medlcll Examiner. Applications received by HBNRY Y. SLAY'MA KEK, Agent, Davenport. decSS-dtf JAB M. DALZELL ft BKO., W o e s a e o e s CommUiien and Forwarding Xerehante, SECOND 15 bbls. new Molasses, SO S. House and S. h. Syrup 111 hlf 9i :0 gal. kegs Belcher's Syrup 5 Golden" 30 Sack* Rio Coflhe, 9 boxes Grounl, IIM) bbls. Winter Apples, 3 Burning Fluid, 1B boxes Star Candles, 3 bbls. Tar, 10 Crushed, Powdered, CUrl'd. and Loaf flugtir, 30 boxes Mould Candles, gS Palm, Roaln aud Chemical Soap, 95 Ground Spices, Mustardaud Ciioci i !e, 13 Aasortcd Pickles, SS i Chests and Boxes Tea,' IB bbls hlfbbls Mackerel and Whit* Blah, 1500 lbs Bank Cod Fish, it, $00 buaMla Plastering HatK Suit In Seeks end Bbls., Tobacco, -tfeeese, Kails, GIUSH. Ga8and Steam Fittings/ aad all tin* articles le the Cfroaer) line. Our stock is auUre^i uew, and solerted wim particular regard to I he quality of the articles. We warrant all the article* we aell, and as. we *eU for «aah we will eell low. J-»t. OALSitUk* BRO^ :,ov. 19 Cor. Sd 4- Perry Sts. E S E V E U I S .1 list reootvad from Baltimore and for sale, Preserved Strawberries, I Preserved Raspberries, Quinces, Ginger, Cherries, Jellies, Pie Frolt, Assorted, Blackberry Cordial, Flavoring ExtraetAalM. Fresh & Spiced Peaches. Decl3 DAL2KLL&BHO. DKIKD APPLES & PKACHES, Greea 11 11 FRESH In st*)re and tor sale decia DA1.8ELL di BRO. OY8TERSI OYSTERS in I In andg hs. cans. Tomato, Walnut, and Mushroom Catsnp. Worceatahlre fiauce, lor sale by decl3 DALflELLABRO. New and Beautiful Oooda iOR THK HOLIDAYS, Just received at tli» »lore of E. PECK dt SON. Dee 2* diw Bvady, below tecond st. VVV do "Mfelirer Goods." ARDknowour ticles In line as CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. and a* food a" II' kfst. Everything usually found ate Hrstclaas aiaiiy Frocery Store may be bad at our establishment. So eonsc along. We do deliver Goods anidafr Competition. Oct I* KIOBDAM a SHUAP. Just Received. TEN Oh io, Liverpool and Stone Ware, Coa. 3d a Baaor. H. RIOHDAN Oc' IS dtf mmsL V. AANDK Albany. N. V. Hlll,Caggcr st Pj.-ter Ho^ebuouie, King and Beie f.raslusCoriimg. H. A. PORTEK A BKO. Keed Organ. \\TK have & very supurloriuitrutnenl now on band VV with two sets of teysauda P*dal Bass. It LS res from 32 rent* to $MM» each,at The Iowa BOOK BOOBU, 12 mo. 29 KM AIJAM8 & CO. To Merchants. Bankers and others. setta of Account Hooks for the coming year, we would iirvlte attention to oar Blark Bool *. T"«- art- ei -ui .• mann actere, and aie far ahead of anything mado tn Ihis regtbn. We fur nish Books of all iatterns to order, with or without priuled heading*. Those suix rior Books on exbibi. tion at the State Fair, Chicago can be seen at our ntore. H. A. POKTKK & BKO. Kock Island, Dee3.18.55. Writing Desks 1.A RCrE stock just received and now opening at the oitl Pioneer Book Store of Dec. 3 PORTKR BRO. Henry Y. Slaymaker, BEAL ESTATE in HONEY VUOKGH MUD IJtSURAXCF. .10FXT. OFFICK, Coruer of Nereud and Main Streets, Second Story. DAVESPOKT, IOWA. H0BCB08S' PATEXT PLAN IN 3 HA CHINE. 'I HE subscriber, Agent for the Patentee of Nor- I cross' Patent Planing Machine, will sell rights for Obunties or smaller districts in the Slate "of Iowa— 0nd wlilfurniali Machines mauufjctured by the pat Mae, H. ¥. RLAYHAKBR, ntMckoUa Real Estate Office, Corner of Socond dee94 and Main Streets, Davenport JH A ITT EHUA K Lire IKSVIUNCE COMPAAIl, Hartford* Cean. IxcoaroKATrn BT THE OF LiFR Check*, Flannel. Llneeya, Clothe, COSK«CTIOCI 9200.000 CAPITAL. Wm LAKUI IIN TXRATSS'ito crKptcs ATOM*. Seeorely invested under the saicllon and approval of the Comptroller of Public Account*. 2 A jij. -11 Ion* P. H.Tii Mtan, I'oughkeepslu, -1. TALLKAH P0WJSK8 Attorney** Couasell«r» at Law and Land A^eaU. PAVEHPORT, IOWA boughtandsoldon t'o.nmiision. i _^also iiu oillec in Kastern irum which r. largo emigration the pren-nt season, we have unusual aiiraninsert dispose ol lan.l« to actual settlers. !J7jr'I.naiiiri j^jtiateil an Beal Kstab *ecurlty. —BEFEEEMCEt— Va^Vor'k".! I'I'Z Messrs.T«*sow dr PeugUkcepslt',Ji. V. Hon.'baile*tI Higgles, (lilbsi/t iIMSn. Sew York City. Hon. John Van tturen, A. C. Flag*, Charlei wconor, Gilbert Dean, Vas'erdcCo Be.naou l,ossIng Prof. J*. fS. Morse, William P.ll iveuieyer, AntbonyJ Kleeelter," William B..4kidraore. I'tica, M. Y. Hon. Horatio Seymour Chicagj, II!. KK-SwIftaodCo.. Millej.id Powler, W.IK. Wood and Co. ApU3 wt! TALLMAN & POWERS, LAJtD AGENTS. Office south side of Second Street, between Brady and Main. Improved Raruis, si'ty property and unimproved land foreale oa commission. Party acres of land situated on the btnff oneanda ihalfmile*we«tnfCoart Hoa«e,'havlng nponltaever alllne vlewsof ri»-^r. Hierheapest prOpertyln the viilnityefD.-.vi-uport. Can be bought very low by applying soon. sxveraldeslrable houses lathe city far sale cheap. Improved farm* in Scott rouuty.uuur Davenport. A large quantity ofunimproved mni in Scott, Clin ton, Cedarund Uuseatine couutie*. Slav 18, IPS3- TALLMAN dr POWRRS. BOUlliYlAlDB. '|*TK undersigned are now prepareo to procure Land Warrants for allpersons entitled to them under thelate act of Congress. Land Warrant*located in any o ce Inthe state. a spleud'd article and well adapted for large churches. It Is equal in powertoan fcHUUorgan. Amateur* are Invited to sail and examine it. liec. a PORTER* BKO. TALLMAN ft POWKK i April 18. l»S3-d-tf NOTICE. MONF.Y loaned on Real Estate Security Good Paper discounted. Ka*tern Exchauge Bought and Sold. Time Draft*,acceptances discounted." .? Stocks, Bonds bought, snd sold ott Cohlihisslon. Eastern Collections promptly made. OIBceover Wiley's Store, South side of Sscond street- ELDRIOO*. J. ST«eH*a*. FBUIT! FBOIT! FRUIT! A/TESSRS. KLDRIDGK a KTKPHBSS have on [*ii hand and are In constant receipt, at their store, ppoilte Leclaire Hou«e,ofeh'iire lot* of Knreign and iioinostlc Fruit*, Confectionary, ac,ur, Wl.»lejale a n e a i Dealers are respectfully solicited to give us a call. jn'l forget the place, New York Fruit Stor_. ELDU1DGE tr KTKPHBUS Nov 13-dtf. c. T. VtfJEBB* WH0LEBA1E AND RETAIL DBUO STOKE 2d »., 4 ioorn Ettt ef Brady, Sou'l H.Jt. I have lust received and am opening one of the largest and best selected stock* of Drugs aud Chemicals ever before brought to this market, to which linvite the attention of Physician* aud other* deallngln iny line and lo wl».i:n 1 oiljr the above at grratly reduced prices. Call aud see for yourselves before purchasing else W»pay particular attention io clan's prescription*. T. WKBn. Oct. S7tb. Bra the*. IllAVE a flue assortment of Fancy Hair Brushes, Combs.alsoa large lot ol Paintandolher Brushes, forsaleby oct»7 C.T.WKBU. Qninine. OX. ofQuinine received tlils day, saieby amlfors 100 octS7 Teas. 4 One lot of Te»a of all kinds, dune np le i and I lb. paper* whWfc* vHliiettthealrtnertB^to^ciosn loemj O^T. WKBB. Perfumer j. AERY LAR E assortment of VERY FINE PERFVM KxtracU,&c.,to which I lnvll*theatt«n. Pancy Soap*,dtc.,for sale by Oct27 C.T. WEBB. Tarred Paper, FOR3ROOFING,&c, JUST Nov 17 WM. (. AITUTL AND PBRRY HTH., Jan3 DAV*KNBT, IOWA. AKEIVAl. new crop !*. Orleans Sug.r constantly on hand snd for sale in lots te s ult purehesers.at Dec PORTBR'A Kock Island Rook Store. S00 barrels Choice Winter Apples Peon LOCXPOBT, New YORK. received at the NKW YORK FRUIT STORE, gd Street, opposite Leclaire House, which will be dispoied of VYhoie*ale_or Ketail on favorable term*. Nov 17-dtf ELDRIOGE & STEPHENS. Vew More left! I Of those tne Castor Beaver Cloth's for Overcoats! At KOWARD ALDBN'S Fashionable Tailoring Establishment. ALSO, a choice let of FAKCY VELVET VE8TDMS. Fin* Cwsimercs lor PANTS ftc.,ftc. All these eoods I prapered.to make ny in th* latest fasluon (Park i (Min*. castnas 6 at kand, fMUlsauus, STd^p^s without ALDEN, Opposite Le Clair* Row, Second st. BKAV 1HD SHOBTS. in A AHA LR!*' constantly ou band and for sale BARKLEV, THOMPSON dt CO. WsrehoUM 8d *t.,bet. Perry and Rook Island. decTd6w O U i Valley City Kills Ahead!! AND now making the best Flour ever offered In naveaport. Forsaleby Dec7-dSw BARKLEY,THOMPSON &CO, Agtr. .in W FMRJfl, AT THE Empire Boot and Shoe Store, Brady, Third Door Below Third Street. vpHK undersigned having purchased and made ad 1 dill on* to ihe stock formerly owned bj •efsrt. Potter Phillips, Wonld let lie ail rormer patrent of that Arm in want ofarticleeln their line to favor them with a call. Kr, BatterAeld Remains with them and will give hia friend* "d s' as heretofore. MOOhK* BROWN. N.B. Parti' Ular attention given to making Gents' French Calfund Patent Leutlier Boots. Dec 7tb dtf M.kl'. You will catch Cold WITH these thin Boots In thiscold weather ge yourself a pair adapted to the season at the Empire Store (dec 18) MOORE dt BKOWM'S. Keep Your Feet Dry and Warm! BYKmpira retting a pair of nice Rtibbi-r OverShoes atltu store. MOOHK ft BROWN decU-dlf __ I^NTs' fncliau tenned'and hair lined tiver Shuea at the Empire store. M. dt B. LADIES' 4S1 Sign ofthe Big Pitcher. that we can furnish customer* with ar bbls. NICK FRESH FAT MACKBRgL, Sept. 1«U, lutpection, T'ry 'em and oome ageiol —ALSO— Broom Handles. T)HOOU Handle*, wel' *ea*oaed, can be had ia any I Dfusatity at Burrow* Prettymea'* 1 Jan 11 dlwwtf SS and Northeact) of Sec. M, 70 I ALSO— *00sere* near Blue Grass at 96.no per acre, timber on a part, 3 miles from the river and near good mill*, and •toee-coal. A good tpen of work horses taken In pail pay. Terms Uueral. Apply to dec!7 BADS dt STEWART. "AB6YLB COTTAOB." Beaatifnl HoM to Bent. THB uudersigued will rsat for one year to ten hia late beautiful hone (Argyle Cottage and append age*) adjoining thaeMf of Le Claire. Thia plaoe comprise* Dwelling, 8 room*. *mol* how*, Subie, Orchard of BOO bearing I rail treee.eod 83 acre* woouead pasture. None need apply who have a large family of liille children. T. C. &AD8. dec ST Buckwheat Cakes awd O A S S E S have for *elea No.* I article of frtsi groudd B%ckvko*t ft*ur, la lacke of I0e lbe,M (be and 9Slbsfbr family use. All lover* of the above articlee will do well le give u* a call JanlS-dtf fttfcilf,. a a! /. n '-TTTT, 7T*T"t WK O. U'KilH. Qlau. BOXES Window Glass of all si tea from 7x8 650 to SbxtU, lu store and for sale by D" C. T. WKBB. OlaskVaro. A STATS C. T. WEBB. Gonghs and Colda. AYER8 Cherry Pectoral, Dr. Roger* Liverwort, and Tar, Dr. Johnion'* Canadian Baltam, Fir, P**te,&c.,diC.,for*ale by oetST C, T. WFBB. AB3« L. MaiOn, AUTIKUJL-.CUKIIMTDS WMIXB, VT UWUMUSOS, Moasrs.P. CmftkUxitt. 4CChJ/i i»fflee,»ottlli siile of second sircrt p|osite f.eClalre I Jon* raoni'BOi,Ks«|.,BaMkef^ lilocu over Wiley's store. CASHIIR .LAAAIRAH KXRHAMAA "J* IK.) DAKJSH,Bank#*,. Aaw york, at AJ'QW A LIT.I Ht.Uois. ma) beexpeeteIdurliig \. BiSiaoui, tt *JIOIBT dk Co., I unususi aiivaotaces to .. .. 1 SIGHT are prepared to obtain Warrantsoroaapt!ytfor those entitled to receive tbem under the Bounty Land Act. tuglouCily. Having reliable agent* lu Wish MACKLOT fc CORBIN. Met 14 TALLMAN & POWERS, A N K I N O O U S K OF KeOBBftOB, LA WES BLAXZX0BX, Main Bt, Davenport, Iowa. lrpNoTMand Bili.* collected and proceed* reniiI lei to any part ofthe United Stateaat current ra let o Kxchaage. f*Tbo hlghestcnrrentratespaldfor Bill* Pa change, Bold aud Silver. )rj'tifkt Draft* en all the principal citiea ofthe r„ftod States and Europe, for sale aUvreat rates. ir"pIirr***sTaiLOW«oon Deposits,ontlme or te be tacked forst sight. _, trjLAHD W^aaiMTBConstantlyonhandand foraaln lowest rates. llTRaaLEiuteboagbtandsold on commlmloi. iM Taiks paid for non-residents and othere: VrTTiTLislnveatigated and AbetraetsfurnlAfrt ICPBohb* LUCAS & SIMOSDS, GRANGER ADAMS, Ohieago. Messrs. DKXELIt CO., Philadelphia. AN I.LE CLAIBK,F.sq., Davenport.fowa. IxAL KSTATB. tHTlCOLAR attention given to the kuylng and 1 soiling Real Estate on commission,P*yl*g ofTaa- ^having"complete Abstracts of title* lo all land*In tbis couuty and city, we *re fully prepared to examine Titles aud furnish correct abstract* draw Deeds. r0"0n*M*G*MBGOR, 1 A AAA ACRES of choice land for *ale on lit eral HlaltUU term*In lotstosultln Seott, Cliaton and Cedarconntl** apply to MrGRREGOR.LAWES fc BLAKBMOBit- CtlTY FINE assortment of Druggist Glasiware of a'l sizes, lor sale by ocW7 LAWEg A BUAMtM0Klt TMPHOVKD PARMfi FOR S ALE.—A number of flu 1 proved farm* for *ale oa very favorahi«tarms. Apply to.M^nneS^W98.^wK() & BLAKKMOKj ~ii5x. C. T. WKBB. tion ofthe ladle*. oetgT Patent Medleinae. JUST RECEIVED, 5 Gros* of Rhodes fever and ague cure, 3 Smith's" Tonic, 24 doz .of Dr. Dennies fever and ague extermi nator wayranted to cure in four hoars on external ap plication, th# only agt. in thl* city. Betary Pnblie and Immn Acnt. Omco Banking HouweotMc&n ft,L9W9+ Bji M* mora. C0XXBB0IAL IBSTTBABCB COMPlBTr OF SAINT EOTJIB, mssorsi. CAPITAL, #100,000. Fire and Marine Silks taken at lair Bat ia. AGENCY, MAIN ST., DAVKNPOHT, IOWA.. Diumut A. P. Lade*, Rollln Clark Isaac Walkdt, John H. Fish tr, Wm. O. Shanda, Wm. 8. Cud. |y. Cha*. H. P*«k, F. Miltenbergilr, Jame* Street, Kl.G.OUrk, Franci* BeeUer, Bernard Bry a*, John M. W i. Tlias- L.StuI Tbo*.E.Tutt» Dnbney Ctrr, Linus Jackteh, John C. EvaMe, Richard Iveie. JOHN W. WltlER, President A. P. LADBW, rice Pre*ldenli- ROYAL CHAMBERLAIN,Secretory. Al KiASDKR W. MKtaBfldgB*-AiWr Ufltae: •anklng-HonSbFlN^grt*"* A BLACKKCUK. jhhtV A fO. REFKM TO .!*•«• St. Louis, itol CiljclnB3H, I i 1 Chicago, J" Also, 'oi and sell Kxehange ou England, Ireland, .Scotland, 'raiii« and Germany. Jttne 7 and time Mils on St. Loot* bought by Jun 17. MACKLOT k. CORBIN. Lrants,IV,rsaleAby -May S7th, l^M I ,^X'iiAXGK on the Bast and Soath in *um*te*nlt lj^or^aJkby_ MACKLOT fc COKBIM. o IftHT and time bill* on the last honght by O Juae 1?. MACKLOT CORBIN. Mosey Remitted to Boron*. ^IGHT drnfts on Dubliu and Liverpool In aumsof O I and upwards for sali Ainrchao,'M by MACKLOI' dt COKBIS. UKCUURKKT Money bought by June 171_ MACKLOT CORBIN. Land Warraste. 1,WA¥8 on handalargesupplyaad forta.e en reasonable torme. Mch 14 MACKLOT fc CORBIN Bounty Land Claim* June w CfltTBB, B&0THBB, BABB0W C®.,? A N K E S AND DKALHRS IN EXCHANGE, I.AND WAR. HANTS. ONCUARENT MOUSY, SOLD, SILVER, *e. n* VEXPOHTt IOWA* V IRHAtm for sale by CUUHB, BRO., BARROW fc CO., T7^ BJUfKEKS, Main Sil. Hankers Ac., 1 OLD A SILVER wanted by C1 CIUIBB, BBfit, BARROW *"g CO., MmnMt. XCHANGB on th* East and South, parebaaed by «CHB8S, BKO., ARROW A CO.. M** at Some tltuateil on the brew ot the hill, aSbfdiag magiilSfceat *ltes for dwelling*. -"AliSO— U riMOtifttl Lot* to lea** far 1# yew*, limited on liradf elreet, oppoaitO John C. Devle, Kaq Jtarmln epre*e ed realeataxe »tn obtain r'fltli—. .. .• Bamr determined to elo*eup buaii.ess InDavea •wa., fa S4MO to t«..9.s.iets. aIOs SIGN, f*r fined aad cal Over Rhoes, at the Empire store. M. dr B. j^AWKS' keel gaittr* made to order ENTS' vattnt hmthtr teela made to order. M. & 0BIKPB0TBD LAHD POB SAIJB. ACRES unimproved land for sale near 7ul ton, 1 mile from Sd railroad station, being 'est i ef Sooth bargain* in he the ereMnt, any oa* wishing named *0*' rn'r'*' Office Sad* fc st«w*rt. Ji' oSiaftSTAu,m. HAVING located myieir In thl* city, I advertise to inlorin the cltUea* of Daveopert and vicini ty, that I have taken room*en Bmdy St.,»early op posite the Post OMce, and over the Stove Store el Twitohelldi Glilett, where am prepared to execute ORNAMBNTAL, SCENIC and PHEhlt) I'AHTING. In ell their varloae bmnehee. Being thoroughly and practically acquainted with ail the Eastern styles of Signs, and Uavii all the buautlful colors of French Flock Smalts and pure Gold Leaf. I •atter myself th.t I cauoBar to thoee wanting Sign*, *oaiethlng superior to aayUtngin this city, aud aa cheap a* the cheapest. Also gei Banner*. Trmnaparaaetaa tattered, For ateres er dwellings, painted of any desirable pattern. ULAS8 PAINTINU Executed lathe plainest or maetgeraeen* manner. CARVKDLETTERB. or every description, and lu short, eeerytisaf in ay line. 1 prof*** to be a proScient lo my butlneia. and a* •uch, I oAr my acrvlce* te thecltlieuiof Davenport. And 1 wish to have tt particularly understood, that I idttrti** not king that 1 aat net fully eetnpeteataad prepared to perform, Oee7,18i£dtf R. WRIGHT. eroat Bxeltaaunt in tho Trait Trftdai 'pBK undersigned are prepared te sell Appl* aad i other fruit at the low aat kgure*, and deliver free of charge. Familie* wiahiug nice frtilt fer winter aw are invited to eali and leave their order*. Sopt la-dtf ACLL PAHB. WOT the Ladlao. |T«RENCH kid, White kid, Itngttih kid, Broase kid ^Is^KlS^^SClVuh Prenoh L**Ong nilH BUTTSl *1mC ALWAYSnexthnnd HULL A PARISH. Front •«., Dav*apert. OTT at JOB. s. ampaoN'i. Sd *U door to Cook $ SargwafsBeakiag NOUM. HOT owa. tlankeri ft Dealers la .'aii-p:.. .,11- UtftW/#e« tfJ4* SMMdl4Mfee«r. Bills of Exchaoge en all the prist Ijd OiMo and .Thonp Ranker «*bier.lllitn.llc Bank,Boston,Mass., Meier*.' eoo.Ar Oudeiluys, Baltimore, R. K. Swift, Esq., rhioago, III. SELLING RATESO? EXCHANGE, BY MACKLOT A COKBlN. Sight Kxchaage in innii to snitpvehaeers.oa Mew York, 1 9 eent Boston, 1 Philadelphia, ,- •.* 1 Balt'more, .- i I Pttfburgh, Sold, -.vi Jij'Mone) remittedto-Buropeia Sig-kt MU*,whle can be cashed in any town Iw England,tr*msid er Wale*., in auma XI ngiwode. ..Beler h. W. CLARK, St- Louis, Ho.'. K. W. CLARK, DODGE fc CO., »et t. W. CLARK A CO., Philadelphia. J. w. CLARK fc CO Boston, Maae. GEORGE SMITH A CO.. Chicago. HATCH lie fc !,ANGlON,Ciuch»i*U, Selling Bales of Exchug* BT COOK it 8AH0SH"B SightBzebangein*AM*toraItparAa***e,eal .\*w N11 \V iN'1'8—lfu, Ho,and4Uacre Land Wsr MACKLOT CORBIN. York,.... Kostnu, I'.tilaclelphia PitUburg,... t. Louis, ... Cincinnati, 1 H»*e»« 1 ".'.'.V to* V It AHo?fuVandseYfExchange on' England, Ireluj 3c. tlantl, Prancernd Germany. m7*'u Fori De* Aloinfs Land Agency. A N W A A N S 'INHK undersipveil bn've for eale land WariaiiUe I different sties, which they will *ellforee*h er ea :iir.e to s«»U uurcba^cf*. Th** will pay pttrticaUr to teUetfOB an ir.i-^tioii «1 loinn In Fort Des lioines. Fort D*d«* Ci.arRi.n and other We*tern Land District^ AIM P«ymontofta*e*and land bu*ine»*geaeraBj. cobaxtco' O a a S A o S Banker* and Land AgeMa, Fort Des Melnae.Ieva Coo* & 8AROEST, Duvenport. COOK, SA CEKT &. PARKER, Rock Iaiand. COOK, SAI. .EST & POWBRY, IO. C„ux, SARI CM 9. and Mortgagesbonghtand *old and loan. negotiated. —REFER TO— JOHN THOMPSON, Ksq, Banker, K. Y. Mamas. PAGE dc BACON, Bankers,StLoaI*,Mo Cltr, lo. st! )og, Ft D.Moines.Ic, g) 3.1. If-Si ________ Interior aad Atlanta tank, XToles of the above bulks aill bo received *t eu "WATaBBS" 60 Lots for Sale. -. HK nnderslgnu' ofi»r lor»rle5t» de»l»bieW«ln I thur additions to It) of Iuve»i.ort, on liberai tuis-u credit oil.8.3 «i.d4 years wil I be given te W"" U'""?OOK AEOENT- Iter Sale. n\V£|X15G Ho«iCJ»,pl«kea*'tly •ttutU4 oft PM* kfr'«a3dtllon locUy of Davenport. AM oTotn ofWataett. II E Lave fer sale one hundrtd chok »V »ill's 11®4 Vv in the Towuef WaleoUai^ SHy »eM t|nBt* elouln the vicinity ol said o wo, all otwaie CcOK A SAKGHH ell to"* "tual selticis «-n SeMember 1st IMi Mort- g:igesand all otherlnttrumentoof writing and taiceac knowledgment* atthe shortest notice and on the Most LAWES A BLAKF.MOK)C. ,.„,i ,,„ou the other- are tne stone quarries. i bis urout-rty U divided Into lott to»ufi parekaaei* II PROPERTY FOR SALE—A number of hoi i*«t louand vacant lot* pleasantly altaated In dlBei lenl parU'of the city, to *ultpurch*eere,for eale on fav ua bletirm^, A^IJW rms»lllbever) .ccomtnodstln^. VICKOL^ SECOND DEJ^Ot —ON THE- ailsslssliwl k Missouri RaUmA U A N I 'HE uadentftaed A*e-it=fur lhe pioprUtors,oA9 1 loveaieonliberalt^iMW^ualseWer* OBB HVHKBBD XOM 1 la abeve named town. I his townle beautifully .Heated In the South Ma* rKr^mttb.t n'mip°tot NDEV'R COOK BAR^sTlT i YOU CAB GET EXCELLENT apples, WHOLE & PURE GROUND FIPICSS, RAISINS, ZANTE CURRANTFT Citron, Prunes in Jara. IIAKLK FKKSK'R VKR. FLATORIS O BMIUCTS NtTS, AND A Good AMortment of FAJQLY •y\ wu HAWKES', No* lSdtf FHOST ST. KEABjMAIB. Z S W E & O Wholesale and Retail Dealers if China, Gla»$ AND Qaecoswara. 'I' HE aiiderslgned wonld again call fbe atteettoe of their tries d* aad of the country dealer*g«e rallv.to their vary large and well eulected atoek er tood* in their line, which they now have 1a rhoirstoci eousisu oi all ihe varl^ee of Gold Brand China, White Granite Ware do do Toilet nM* du de Diaaer d« Glase Jar* do Tnublers do Lamp* do Prseerve Diihaa. do Molae**eeaaai do Lanteoei de Globet do Goblau. Plated Spooa*. or**, do Porl do Knives, do Caster*. RoeUagbaa* Ware Ujtlle ^e KnjclVkh do China Tea Sett* du Dinner do i!o T*te,ajU»tt do ilj Va*ea do Coilegnee du Fruit Basket!, do Card do do Toy*, etc. do Toy*, etc. Urinaria Tealpole do CoBhe pot* Jo Spoon*, do Lamp*, do t'Mtors. LLK for 2 TEH and upw* rd er fta lattIBB, BE A CO nker* A r- Stone Ware. Clock* of *11 kin d*, worth from *!**"$**• t««*ch each. They would itkewte^ j^ attej«|o to their e\len»lve assortment Of LOOK 1 t.l rity^ Enquire of Cook, Sargent A Downe y, ofthe undersigned AI BO, M0 acre* unimproved »»t quality, la Clinton County, igland N iNEJSSO T« R8K. Thia I* Prairie Lat id k"«0B,-: Inton County, being i of .n' the best N VV k ii SI ..... Al*e»4SS ac'rea'l mile IVom Fultan rSM* I* North. a*#.only I mile froin Sd Railroad atetien, and is net surpaaeed for keaaty and fertlMty hyaay Iwd la the iiale. "'.iJ? Alfco 400 acre* Hmber aad Prairie. Thl* I* aoar Blue Oee» and will be *oW en easy tern*. Also City Lota, Ml GLA8®Ha, which they have a larger quantity than Ua ever Ufos^ heen uSered in vble place, selling from S cents k(nd large lot of aeeerted crates, '-e country trade. PaektafdMe nitil1!? -tier workmen. ike best manner, by top* WKBB fc CO., 2. a- Halrt Ne. 3 Le II dtf Clinton, CUntott Oosnty, Iowa. Oeraon* dealrou* of Information eoateraUu tfcfa Jrpelntennieeapiatofthenew Town aadeolMt 'nil partlcelnn of price* ellets. At. by eelliag aa nm GKO. H.PABKBJI. Office over Wiley's Grocery Store,fd81. Devon port, Aug. ll'aa—tl For fab ky (ho Vndonigaod. I OT 3 in bieok IC in the town of Waleott faaat ifce 'Depot.) Also,SollSln-'Hawley'tOwtLot*,"*n! lot cen tain* acrea and I* altanted abont trhe* mil* eest of Ua veil port, on Ike river opposite ilsiis.mii. Ueiug upon I he Bluff, and commanding a Sne view o. JHoliue, the Ulaud.anda laage portiou of Dsvtaaer M'd Roek bland. It I* a very deairahle dence. J-W.GUITBAO.*raslfnr sept 14-dtf In Whitak*r A W'HICH Graateoape. FABMBBS! SAW AMP BBIRT MTT.f, irfm Hie Boot Mill over offered to the PnhUo la FELTON'S PORTABLE MIU I ha* taken the ISrii frmita at all Ibe Stars aad Ceaaty fsiri where tl ha* been ea tilbited, and a Oold JMtl at th* 4m«rtcaa /asttlars, N. Y. City. Thia truly excelleut Mill, oalebiaW alike for it* (Impliclty, durability and practicability, patented Jai y. Sit, I85S, *taudf~\iurivaled! The laigw number ul these mill* told, and their Increeaing d» uiand forcibly declare their merit (over 1000 kavtoc been sold In the last,six months). They are admit* bly adapted for grinding Core, Oat*, w heat, B*riey, Com In th* ear, Hp Ices, *e. with a rapidity sad pee lectlen unknown before. No.SMill grind*frem4 to8 bus. of.*ni*al,or lOte IS bus of reed per hour with from i to 4hor*e*, aM other No*, a proportlonat* amount. They can k* propelled by (er**. *taam or water powar, and are well adapted lo Irregular motion, hence atatrtSla* oat they can be attached to any *aw mill. Mast. SaH*er* attached te the*e mill*, thu* ren dering tk«Wi* oely trutt rr*ctit*i/§ Bill a kmc ^Befemaee* can be given where these mill* l«i been in u*e IS month* without either receiving er needing dressing, and IlkawUe where tkey were ta troduced frar mouth* ego for grinding Iron Oar. It 1* an eetabiiehed fact that all •alii* v •eal/sed" bet never"griad ess*/," aad tutat knlvee ithat* ^iailt_ snd cob cruaher* only crack the corn aad eeh, aad that neither reduce the feed to a deetMd in ease* to be need with profit. But the FEX.TON MILI., withoat kaives, aad with grinding (urttee* eehaH tempered stoelwtil netaMetK, la 03 pabl* of gTi«l IngvSny degree of Oneae**, and orre*MlhgeolMe th* ne*aof meal. Theeefiscu Justify asla w«r iee mill* to give eatlre laUsOtetloa. Ia*»rma«ea itiagt Porfarther to MCHOLB. iioa**. Daveapest, da* ll-dwtf bOOiUB wt, Iowa, wa, or Bos gat P. O.