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~TgnrRtDAY UOUKIMG, ^it04§j^ «l, m&HIS ta f.: a o n e e e n a n w n a i y that diadeeure baa alreedy had a marked i aflbct upon adcea. Thia r«talt haa alee V la that iwaaenae ^uaatitiee of breadatuffa haw at* beeamag alarmed aad are tiuowii^ the eflert to reduce the price of hod, t»ut (be priea ia given in eeota and hundredths of a cast AaMriean weight aad money WfcMtBnaA. Mattes aji-iee ete. IS.P u.a* 19.18 lajn Ui4l« LU ija-tea u IIJS »-»a 1MB it.m It.7* it.sa lt* a.ia tajat tut laJtt Um*tm rwi «jm Unnwl «as itaaai asa i-44 I9V88 7 A» Pnult awuia Mi 41 ma itsi 1MB a.n iwUlwrtMUl Waa a a* OmMUHlpMMV low a.—Tha weather in Iowa baa been more severe than in any of thaW est era Stttea.—CAieaya Jour. Except Illinois. Al Chicago ibe aserco rf baa not oaly baen aa low, but they have bad all tbe cktittaesa of tie lake breeaes to coatend against. At Galena the mercury soak lower than at any place on the conti nent tbat wa bare noticed. 7 'lmA [fNalM J.T.Ctwtw Knqaiter 1 BinXNlT CTTT. IOWA. adlng There ia ao $ »ort.^eth.»nai |JJ» wlattng a^tho^ae ^Hoi.-The#*- a*d t&. feitant price which every article of food ha. rtf.1 anglee, with an alley .... Davenport contains many handaomechurch cMnaanded, haa been bawd on the rep to which ell Rarope baa beea UOO in 1854 The houaea are neat, and the T** iLiBftntcd the uaual cottages on the bluff are aa elegant aa any tfcown^y thewar baa •IT"" ib* mMMg e« brew twee ana *ny coneequently Ifcwe article* awM be acarce y0.,&»« thf and very higfcl Peaee prospects diacloee 1 beautiful the fact ai the scarcity «let if to a much the rim and the llliMto shore Daring the recent severely cold weather, i whan the mercarj marked aome fifteen or respectable jobbing bi.sir ess is done in twenty degrees below tero, a man elicited Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware aud shoes, considerable attention by walking through The advantages for trade cannot be excel tJ anywhere westof Cbicatru, the roads di tbe atreets of aa eaaUrn city carry ng -n umbrella over hia head and fanning bunselt, Misbiasippi, connecting the Railroad* with a palm-leaf fan! of Illinois and Iowa, their extension west, tha mereuiy aoagealed there, cb inti of the murderers of Basil H. Gordon They were caught at Indianapolis by Capt Coaaina and hia party. Gordon's watch waa found upon ona nf them. Hia horse bad baan traded away, but was traced to the purchaser, but forma another link ia tbe chain of ttrtii—j against tha murderers. They will be, it ia presumed, brought to thia to day." i Hr. Edward Warran, lata proprietor and aditor of the A astrim OmeUt, formerly tbe In j' AwttrUm fW, haa baen named by the Oovenunant Director of the new Credit i JMflM&ria Vienna, with a yearly aalary of tr fij/Yin Mr. Warren ia an Aatericaa, and far the laat twanty years haa been engaged 4 ,1 in commercial porauita in different parts of Europe, hia principal interests being at Triwu. Among A* speak era at Uta Republican y—Contention at Concord, N. H., was Jwigt Blaiadal of Lebanon, one of the main pillars of tha Deraoerstic party from the be j'paning, who doclarad that the ultra pro hlavery acta of Gen. Pierce'a administration, Lad nude it utterlir impoaatble for him or |%y other honest Democrat longer to act ,lrt si eith tbat party henceforth he should not •nly aid the cause of freedom by his vote, Wt, old aa V vu h* was ready to aboulder _ia muaket, aad protect the honest freemen their ju« r^hu (lltl JliVVv WIWIMHMI v»vn««. -T county, eoataiaal 8,000 Inhabitant, a grea er ntraber lows i« 1SU 9b the Wert bank of t! iri tni«p up i waa ||W spacious, run at buiWi cwnmo reeentaticm of acarcity iu -Europe The i naiehnaana Pawn Um put year there jMM feae fwevatlefl, thai the state of ex-J haT0 been erected 600 building*. dMUt aioo« atorea and «J*e Hnbea. fro-.1 moat of tbe ^h gr8BDd«, back of Daven- .ceaer/ u oharminy affording a Rock of tome 1 Oppoeit "MiT-li the city," on the Ulinoia side, ia tbe thriving tweeted, and containing a population sio0o The river here dividtag tbcae twin citiea, aa tbey are called, ie halt M-bt, aad that ia,! a naile wide, connected by two good ateain fprrv bottj iptying evert ten wioutw 3u- tmr $wm en ta each wav. ring tbe day, fare five cent* each way beea a tared in tbe expectation of a further jrn Jlieaiaaippi oppoeite tbe upper riw, «ad tbie alao had tbe effect to render eIM 0 tbaoi ecarcer Since tbe deeliae bohlera from the n*ky atrata upon which it stands than ecarcer. »ace «. u t»Tcnpori, ia Rock I»land named _c«.lebrated for ti.e beauty of na acenery, tgtin,t tbeir bearded provifiona upon the maraet. i q„ |aw«r end are the remains Um will have a tendency atill further to Aratatron.-, now abandoned. Tliia daareaa pricea. Tbe proclaroauoo ol peace. I i»l»nd ia three milea long by an .. .Jmiried would have width ot tbrev-quartera of a mile. It ia atill itha» generally beea adout ed. would have tbe incur*iuns of the by G^vernment. except a quartar to aatM recently that proapect baa been ao f^n(r Indian agent. It would be val rtaate tbat every one felt juatiled ia hoid iag en to hia breadatuff*. The pricea of food in thia country, it ia generally thought, bate been baaed upon Utoee of the old country, but ia iaet tbey are relatively higher aa the follow lag accurate table fron tbe Cincinnati Gauite, of the retail pricee af Um principal food-narketa of Europe, collected November, when pricea were at tbeir higbeat. will prove. The quantity of each article U one pound avoirdupoia and Nation, and many natural advantages, is destined to btr 44 IS. 48 «.T1 14.04 14JB •M a.ia leas leji 9.70 e.aa 119* 44 0J80 7 .IS 44 a.17 1* asa 4* MI A coajtariaofi of thaae pricea with tha rataa oarrent at that period in the aeabord •irkawVf 'hi* country will ahow that there |ti« baan 'bat little margin for profits on afcipaaeets aad it alao appear* from these figutae tbat tbe iahabitanl* of tha Ohio and Mi-ieievfffi Valleya, with all oar agricultural wealth, cheap lands and wide spreading farma, have been taxed very nearly aa much for tbe ieadiag artic lea of food as the in babitaata of Rome, Paris, London, or Dub lin. Tbia, aader existing circumaiancea sanld oaly have bean produced by a forced oaoditioa of trade, aad it ia hardly neceaaa ry to remark that tbia aaoat yield to the law* of trmU wUcJi mrtU mpfdily liik tbe uaaai acale af pricea. As the Uartad Sutea. except ia disastrous years aaeb aa 1864, always produce a aurplaa of oaraala aad neat proviaiona, aad import largely of manufactures, our population aiuat aeceaaarily ia the ordinary course of trade, eajoy cheaper food than the people of thaae countries which are importers of produce and exporter! of maaufactures. tbe late Col. Davenport, uable forreeidence*, and yield the Treasury aoBe #400JOOO, ahould Government ever need funda. It ia acroaa the lower end ol thU laland the firat bridge over thia mighty river ii now being built and when finished, tra'ns can run through from Chicjgo to Uwa City by daylight. The bridge will be completed by let of May, affording a con tinuous line of Railroad from Jeraey City to Iowa City, a diatance of over 1J00 milea, requiring but an extcnaion of aome 1800 mi lea further weat to carry it into the Snc- come one of tbe moat important commercial citiea west of Chicago. She can now boaat of a conaiderable trade, judging by the ata tialiea of her commerce ana trade in 1855 and the heavy increaae over that of 1854, vis:—Receipts of wheat. 889,000 bushels Corn, 179,000 Rye, 7,500 Oata, 19000 Barley, 79,000 Hoga, 50.00C. Exports aame time—Barley, oOjOOO Wheat, 384, 000 Corn,150X)00 OaU, 18,000 Rye, 5, 000 Potatoes, 58,700 Onions, 16,600 Hogs, 80^)00. During the fall and winter there are numerous droves of horn and loada of wheat and corn, the products of Iowa, daily passing over the river, seeking a market in Chicago by the Rock Island Railroad, of which there is no account ta ken. Tbe quantity of lumber sawed in 1855 waa 10,475,000 feet. Floor made, 75,000 barrels, 50,000 of which were sent away. Pork packed, 28,'J00 barrels. There are three flouring and grist mills.one a new ateam mill just completed by J. M. D- Bur rows, Esq.,adjoining hia splendid new block of warehouses, which is an ornament to the city, and capable of grinding from 400 to 500 barrels of flour per day. In addition, there are 6 srw-milla, 3 planing mills, 8 ateam factories for the msnufacture of sash, blinds and doors, 1 for making bedsteads Manufactured in Davenport, I with the river commcrce, give her similar What a wretched cold place Galena must advantages to those possessed by Chicago. k.i Tbe G«mUt htk ibal oo ibe 4lfa ia«t. i# an ibtlocfanre of good co»I, lime* !n.: •fon* and mates at leaat 40 degs- below «ero. Oa erate coat. Lumber, too, is cheaper than in tbe Sunday previous it sunk to 88 degs. be low teeo' MtancaanaoF Goxdoi Axxestkb.—The St. Loaia SUfMumm of lastTu^aday says: tbe interie&of the State, or at nny other 6lace on the river below. This makes avanport an eligible point for manufac taring. The history ot Davenport ia somewhat interesting to a stranger. In 1832 atreaty Information waa received yeeterday after-1 with the Sac and Pox"Indians was made by from Vtacaaaea, of tbe apprehension 9en^,*i 8cott' on the 'P°l wbere Duvet.port now stands. One of the condi tions asked for by one of the h'ae Chiefs in tpbei' Durenport, and bia beautiful manaion on taate anfl puuic agirit. mmm WUItll to show the great rapidity with which thia of iei, rt«ea, TwnwHa«M"aM the 4- renowned Black Hawk apd hia band, and than aifein the whole State glancing at the apa* where Davenport nj* 88, tiflraitualed stands, covered thei by a few wigwams, JaRsaiapi, with a where uow may be »aen.a beautiful itafcack, and ex-} thriving city. I. confcaa tha mind^eeaaa loat aiutfecmint at Ue rapid growth. 8 rUvaaroai. loui* Feb. o, 18Sp, the river. I, under the Iregor, Esq., and others 1 Or.at Thertjaim ^af**a.A The following curious memorandum from that quaiai and loquacious octogenarian Grant Thorburn. we tind in the New Haven Courier Ahccdotk or Aabok Bure—when he returned fron) Europe, whither be Bed aft*f his duel with Hatoilton, he kept hia office near my aeed store in New York Being of no uae to any party, he waa thrown aaide like a withered branch. Matthew I.. Davis and Jacob Barker alone atuck to him in ad versity. Converting with bim about the voting in Congress in 1801, when Jefferaon and Burr had an equal number of votea for Preaident, the Houae continuing to vote through many weeka, (after the manner of the Speaker-makera of the preaent day,) declaring their silting permanent, and hav ing their beda aet up in the lobby and their food brought from the hotela—and thua they continued eating and drinking and making merry, and charging the* aovereign people about fifty thousand dollara per day tor the aport—Burr remarked, that at moment of diaorder, when the Government was with out a head, with live hundred truaty eoldiera he could have seiaed on the Government and proclaimed him^ If protector. ''It waa thua," he continued, "that Oliver Cromwell drove out the English Parliament, and de clared himaelf Protector it was thua that Napoleon Bonaparte, with a company ot grenadiers, drove out the Council uf Five Huudred. proclaiming himself Emperor. It ia thus." beaaid, "that all popular govern ments have periahed, and thua will perish the American." lVhe«i we look on lb# do ings of Congress aince the third of Decem ber laat, we may lear the fulfillment of Burr's prediction. Gkait THoasua*. New Haven, Jan., 1856. Since 1S53, twelve aleamsliipa, lost at sea have coat 1,250 human lives, and 97,250, 000 of property. The Independence sunk with 180 lives in the Pacific, and the Ten nessee and St. Louis lollowed, total wrecks, The Humboldt and the San Francisco were wrecked in the Atlantic the aame year.— Franklin, City of Philadelphia, and Yankee Blade, fall in the catalogue of 1854. City of Glasgow, with 480 lives. The Arctic with hundred* more precious lives, were the erowimij catastrophes of that year. In 1855, we have th» sinking of the North Carolina, and the atranding of the Golden Age, which laat, however, was saved and repaired. Roukd asd Lotro Heads.—Prof. Retaiua, of Stockholm, in Sweden, denies that high skulls betoken high intellect.it being sup posed by many that they do. He had vis ited the schools in England and Sweden, and could not find one person Iu a riundred that did not poascse the elongated skull and prominent occiput. Our lady readers will be interested to know that in New York, as to spring bon nets, they are said to be bewitching in their new beauty, composed of silk blond and flowers, put together in the most artia ic way. The form is greatly improved—more room iB the crown. In short they are more overcoming as well as becoming to the fair faces, *miling out from the blushing buds and furniture, 1 for plows, 3 foundries, 5 and blond frills. Favor eeetns -rather to printing offices—ona containing a steam i lean to the full crown—capee very deep— preaa, the firat in the State—3 daily aud 4 with an over frill of blond and from be weekly papers, 1 gas works, 4 bsnking tween the two, tendrils and leaves of the hoisee, 8 market bouees, and 1 telegraph of- most delicate grasses and mosa, peep dain gCa. she ia mot behind ia learning, having tily out, as if to make sure that the reign of besides good Public and Select Schools, 2 «tern, cold winter waa over before present* Colleges, one male and female, 10 Church- ing their buda and flowers es, 2 Catholic, 1 Episcopal, 1 Presbyterian, 1 Congregational, 2 Baptist*, 1 Methodist, 1 Lutheran, and 1 aciple. There are 12 Laad Agencies, a very necessary branch of business to the West, 16 Clergymen, 35 Lawyers, 24 Physicians,and 9 Hotels. Tha Le Claire Houae, kept by Dr. Burtis, is the largest Hotel in the State. Tbe gentleman ly deportment of its proprietor, and Mr. Putnam, his excellent assistant, makea this Hour* deservedly popular every part of tbe Weat. Capital inveated io manufac tures $700,000, in trade and general mer chandise fl.OOOjOOO, in banking 6895,000, by far too small an amount to meet tbe in cresaed wants of this growing city. One million of doltara could be aafely and profit ably employed, the rate of interest ranging from two to three per ceat. per month.— Amount of exchange sold, $2,650,000. Dis counts and loans, 91,240,000. Amount of goods sold, manufactured oat of the State, Sao Bekeavembst.— We learn from the Springfield Republican, that Mr. Z. M. Smith, of the late Auburn, N. Y Female Seminary, paased through that city, on Tuesday, on his way to Provincetown, to bury bia three little children, who have died within the past week of croup. Mr. Smith's Seminary was entirely destroyed by fire on Friday morning, the 18th, at a loss of some 950,000, on which there was but a trifling insurance This less, al though not exclusively his, fell heavily upon him, robbing him of his entire prop erty. Within a few days, two of his children sickened snd died, and tbe bereaved pa renta starting with their only remaining child for the home of their trienda, tbat their darlingamight be buried near tha old homestead, arrived at Albany only to have the third and laat sicken and die. The three little coffins arrived here on Monday even ing, and left on the following day. Mr. Smith is a young man, and his childrea were between the ages of aix and twelve years. A purse was made up at Albany, for hia assistance, and he met here kind and aympaihizing friends. Sudde* Death.— Ou Friday evening Mr J. Burdett, the well known musical director of the Campbell Minatrela, slipped and fell on t|ie wndrtoM within a few miles ol jce at tbe The roof of the chemical factory of John Jackson, in Brooklyn, N. Y.. fell in, Mon- the treaty waa. that a section of laud be re- morning, with a tremendous craah, car- °?r£aotrj e a i e a e s e n a n y i n e v e y i n o e o u n o o e 8 i e e k o n S e w Y o k o e u i i a e i provtded Mons. Le Claire, who waa then the accident happened fortunately about half an I V~t k **ri00.,u shou.d erect a houae upon tbe identical spot The building waa owned bv Rev. Henry ®*ne«haage. where the marquee waa he and providH Ward Beecber. who had a garden on the *bl.u^oa&SS? 8°,"ft' further, that a section of land at the head roof (tipported by iron beania. Hia losa ia of the rapids, fifteen miles up the river, up- »2,000 ur #3,000, and the loss of the occu oo which Le Claire, a town of 1600 tnhab- pant ,bmit *10,000. itants,is nowbniit.be reserved for Mons. i Le Claire. The houae was finished the In Hancock county,La., Samuel L. Wat foliowmg year, according to agreement, and g4tD a waa tha firat hooae conatructed in thia part negroea under him, and a few days after the negro overseer, whipped one of the of Iowa. It is atill standing, and tempora-1 nevro caught h:m in a field ana beat him Feb«i Davenport, low'a. rily used for a dapot by tha Mississippi and wit., a club till he died. The tragedy cloaed iInT 1856. Missouri Railroad Company. Tbe aection i j„ the uaual way by the hanging of the ne reserved for Mrs. Le Claire liea in the very gro by the populace. Some folka profeas to heart of Davenp-wt, covered with buildings, consider the aociety in which such things are many of which were erected by her enter- common the moat perfect attainable in this prising husband and now worth aeveral world. hundred thouaand dollars. It ia but juatice __ to say, tbat Mona. Le Claire's name ia iden- The Buffalo Cwricr understands that the tified with many of the improvements of Ebeneier Society have purchaaed fifty thou- Mtd the bluff, with the numerous buildings which /ow, been settled, that the e#t nativ« uf Scott county is a son of A yV* 1 Geueral pcott. arr,n»ementa gj Before closing, I would remark, in order «6xjeml|elcoming to remove there. The tract Looking back some 88 yeara, when thia Honesty—Some pwplc 1 i^a^umman, /acdrttoOB pro-alavefy hole reLil nf niinirr lilfitht flhBiinBU, 4^#l* hr, their iuteresuj, in the croaa and teaty treatment of ciffiomera. There is no com puting the amount of thieving done in tbia Way. A person decides to patronize a firm, nd on ao deciding, enquires of lh« book keeper as to aundry matters of detaiL The of fractions, who imagines reckons up the columns of tha establish- SSL.'A' X'ltr £,15,d s: 1p»- '-"P -i" atealing as though he had taken funda prop- or50 u».j'«r er from the afe. A friend of ours tells ue that he knows one book keeper who annual ly roba hia employer of Irom 83000 to #6000 in thia way. Morally, ihia is juat aa much robbery or grand larceny, as though ha had taken it out and out from a bank. acii us lor hours after they were rescued, nothing more of what may be aupposed to bc the fearful agoniea of death.—Akron i host. The whole plant ia a torment and a vegetable curse. A nd yet a farmer bad bet ter make his bed of Canada tlnatles than at tempt to lie at ease upon interest." MARRIED At Wooaler, «blo, Fob. I lib, 14M, by Rev. Mr. Dnav&a, Mr. RBNBV W. OB1SS15CBR, of Weal Salem, Wayne county, Ohio,*to Mtas RBBECCA I. A. RBID, of Piuaburgh, reeently of Davenport. «r» mouth of the alley opposite gt tfcl| CIIJr|0B BI(Jes of the rirt,r(8t mod. few minute, theatre, where he lay for a unb,e t0 riwj He WM pre8. Jtorrtisnuntii. iuil-K FOB SALi: XAi, ilAA'alldiag sad paving Brhk attic cHJUeVUUyard.delivered er laid In wall. P. •oo* wieblag to build eari» iB the apriag will and n to Ihelr advantage to kurcbaee immedlatelv. En qaire of D. M. ADAMS, afaut, al the Waveily Hoaeeoo Mala Rt. near7U. febSI-dlm CJKASS KKiiU A|uat LOT of Sue u* Tfaill) ead l«f Top Baed, received aad for sale by fab *1 ALVOKA VA.t P.TTBM. Jiaail fiatsis. u. W. Barsaa, SRAHAiH KEFHKBi Forwarding aad Camaiiaslea •erehaata, 50.1 BURROW6'SKW BLOCK., FR#.1T3THBAT Oavenpen, Iawa. Orders tollciied fur the purebaee of Oraln, Floor, Wool and Prodaegeaerally. —Baraaracae— Hurrow* A Prettymaa, 1'avaaport. Iowa, Wtee, Pasay Wlee.PhD ,Pa., flprtager, Harbaugb* Co., Plvuburg, Pa., Spang 4 Co., Jo*«Ib R. B.der, St. I^ula,Mo Ucbrlde dt Hammer, Claeluaatl, Ohio, 1. MeCoy dk bone, H. Idtboa. D. D. McDonald Co., Wellavllle, Ohio, Mublau Martin, Grorge Wells, Heuue. Oarretauu St ently assisted to bis feet by aome peraona I who came up, and carried Into the Empire House, from whence he was sent to the Sisters' Hospital. The next morning be and Dealer* la foreign ftADomeatts Bxshaag*, died but whether from tbe effects ot the fall, or whether the fall waa caused by a sudden attack ef disease, we are unable to say.— St. Jjouit Int. Co., (ievelaud, Haaae 4 Hiaelair, Jame* Graham, New Garden, Merdianu generally, Haleui, leb a i iSM-dU "BANKI^G^liOUSir OF MaOBBOOB, LAWXS BLAXBVOUI, AND UMB WAHKA*TM, DAVISPUKT, IOWA. SPECIALpaperand frofn Buffalo, ie to be offered for iVaad for sale iy the spring. A letter from a Boston aea captain at if h_, ia i Gibraltar, 12th ult., states that nearly one 1 -Pit.' n k it hundred ahipa were ashore on the coast f'Xl !y .. between Cape de Gat and Cadiz, °0r °f MO »'ves had been lost. atteuUoa given to tbeuotlecUea of Mer cantile remittances made oo tbe day of payment (free cf commission Is sight drafts oa *a» wra citiea. JO"L»nd Warrant*beught,aoldaad located. Per eonal atientlen given te the parchaaeaudaile eftewu u* I hour before tbe handa usually go to work, to .alt purchaMr*. Alac^s'terUag*, Freashlad oil! seiecti.u of land* for IfyMoney upon Resl Estate sacarlUe* procured at a *mali commiaslou. jr^iutercat allowed on depotlle*. Feb VI 1TXW TOBX LIFX DTSVBABOB COKFABY. Capital, 9100,000 hu"v '""""Vlrx 'McOREOOB,1A«Dtr**1' HULL, ALLIUM A CO., [Liti Hull At Paaisu,] Froduae, Forwarding aad Cosuslssian HEHCHAN'rN, I.KVKK, DAVK5POKT, IOWA. AOSNT* 1 roa Vaited States Xxpraas Co. aad Merchants Despatch. Contracting Oood* through ou lias, and promptly over cbargee aud detentloaa Daveaport. tire HUU,ALLK.Nat pa/ing acrea of land in Iowa, and are making Mark Goods fcL'O., Daven. Feb VI ALVlSKD a VAN PATTEN. I Xder Vast* and Pauls,Juat received and for sale cheap at WADSWUHl Jl'(, febjl Mo, 8 Mala St. IADlBtt'Meriuu and i^aabmere Under Vesta, Boy's jand Miasos1 Casbmeie Under Vest* at ceat at WAD* WORTH'S, let 8 Mo- Mata St. I K-XTT^akev paper printed at Fort month. Ndbmskaini" PV unk'M by Executive favar.—UAwkeye.l Your lea will ateep in half of the tima if SPECIAL NOTOCga where else, losing il consequently for hi* I ^Ba#l.tMbead*limitednumtxrof»p«*latnotices employers. This certainly ia just as much wtu b« tnwrtod at 10 mm« pat «af usartion, v"""u""ri,e!: and msde no other signs of life than a spas- Money to loan on long time at modic gasping for breath, at long intervals, Dec.w. tr. cokbik Both were ghastly spectaclea, and few who J1)0 A saw them supposed they could be resuscita- yv«»k)T OaaetU, aad w aelhutued u» reeeipt ia ted. Violent friction was resorted to, oaiaame. sioone other restoratives, but both of them i Oaa Million! say that they have uo recollection whatever j,000,000 r.et Ureeeed aud of any thing that tranepired after they enter- Undreased Flooring, «r»t H"'1*)• _j .l. ..un,«,A* hm.I1 rMtAritinn to Planing Mill. (declltO COTW St 0A\ 1KB. Hl¥,B_ Baxar Buildlug*, Bast cor. front and Brady. Davenport, Iowa. Agouta IVr all the prioelpal Kuamlwata In the upp«i Mltslwlpp, trade, and eooneeiing with lowerMlaal •ipf., boaie. W o alao bavethe Ageac for the aaleof i Salt, and keep couataaUy om baud, freab aad pore Cement. Are brick, dke. Uberaiadvanoeweati made upon all canslgamants. Feb. i, UU3-d&wtf JAS. RCMBOLD tfjR~~ O A O S A I 0 I O SUnp on alley Uai. 5U. Otb »u.v rur of Coufr« t7»ii uf MvUiotliii liurck. iiina HU tf Socri HQiTstT Corner of Harrison aad Front Slreata, one Square below the Steam Packet aad Ferry Landing. J. HVMPHKBY, Proprietor ai2!r..- t|ad8V 1,1 k* once ^elU Father Maxh«w.—T1i» known Father Mathew.if teraperanae noto now one oi the missionaries of ine C^tice and buy a good Cow sad make your own butler. I haveS for sate. tsb. lt» lw JACOB *i. SLDR1DGK. lAdisr Cone aad sae our Kubfear rb. l9il. Aa East Diatb.—Messrs.Goodwin and Leybourne, who made so uarrow an escape from death in the Gasometer, last week, have entirely reoovered from the effects of the poisonoas air. I*hey have not exactly arisen from the dead to tell us the sensa lions of the dying, bul they give us an expe rieiue which leaves no doub that those who .. desire to "shuffle off this mortal coil" csn- Cheap Boeks. not find apleasanter method than by getting K o» into a gasometer, from which the poison- cs« ^iL^s MOORS & BROW*. CsubsII llajfs, ft. Das Maiass ft 8iou CitT Our Mr. AlteawlU.on UtMsreb ne*t, leare for tbe above uamed Und Dl.tacU «ll parties havla* L«ud Wtriiati to locate or butiuese to iraBsact ti uld Uittricla, will pleaae bssd la their orders »««o etpoastbleat out «0ce. aLLBN ft BOOLAM. Feb. It, dl« oo* air has been imperfectly exhauateJ., •.rtasebtof8ooka.au G^win and Leybarie remained HAj ril UDcon- t^n^'frMttudu™ w pur.L^ Caliea.iy.iuribc, ar. ,. 0^ U|^W8- o«T,afUu«eitr,u aa Ageat for ue uateaooi k r°' five Hundred Thousand! consciousness nearly three hours after wards. Of the aense of suffocation they I &oo,uoo feet ir»t knew nothing. Existence during that pe- i qUaiiij Ureued aad Uudreisd Hiding, for sale atoet riod of painful suspense to surrounding Yard, (deciiti) orits a daviBs. friends, was then a total blank. Had life JOH PlilXXINO. not been reatored, they would have known *L"ur .Otobr »i««« into operation, we lo eMcatewith tlth allt AT Beoctm. FOKKPKINTKO IS DAVENPORT, all klud. of ... FLAW AXD FANCY JOB WOKX, Being IB Debt.—It ia a trite aaying that aeatueaa andde.- lowkk pkickkthas kvkk bb- aUb.ior i„gle the pen of genius can redeem the tritest sub- bin and po»ti r»to t»ook»- »oiicu Jobv ork oi ject from its triteness. A striking illuatra- 0v»ry ti n of this is contained in the following ob- cxeeaUug it rapidly aervation of Henry Ward Beecber on the i Dec.g». naa. hackneyed aubjeel ol interest. How mis- i Oreat Chance tor BargaiaC erably he palnu the miaaries of debt— I what biting sharpness in the words—what pith and pregnancy ia the sentences! He i says, "No blister draws sharper than inter est does. Of all induatrious, none is com- 1 parable to that of interest. It works day snd night, in fsir weather and foul. It has no sound in its footsteps, but travels fast. It gnaws at a man's substance with invisible teeth. It binds industry with iu film, ss a fly is bound upon a spider's web. Debt Sco Adrcrlbeiueut of £, I S ii CAP Sy For Caps, ivrmc I LOVI Ao ri itf*. Uf«ll kind* telling very cheap on Brady, between Front aud beeoud street*. Sow Is tbe time to buy ujoa wauta bargain. A A CQ JOHN lOT. OLtVSR fl»« ^I:MOT & I'ISKI:, e a n rolla a man over and over, binding him hand (iencrai J'0fW*rdlB| and foot, and letting him hang upon the fa tal mesh until tbe long-legged interest de vours him. There is no crop that can af ford tCkOay interest mo#ey on a farm.— I Pa'tkular attention paid totbe purrbateaad vale There is one thing raised on a farm like it, and that is the Canada ihistle, which a wsrma new plants every time you breaks its roots. whose blossoms are very prolific, and evWy M*rl\ I'r#!/, n$*r (i# MAVKKPUIIT, IOWA a Lib«r»i »4l%nmes Kavmond dt Ward. layu P. i'uiiti|n nth paid (or alt ktftd of HEFKK£YCt:$ a. Borrxa. Ulibert a ajae, Slil lt Sbliw 4 to Nt flower is father of a million seeds. Every Ktt«ry 'a uibtwut, leaf is an awl, every branch a spear, and «'u»bu.^a,,. every single plant is like a platoon of bayo- c«ic«eo. nets, and a field of them ia like an armed Henry Ramam, Em|.. Kearliur,Tlialcbeia W hiioa. PuiLlBBlMII*. faioter, 1 bona* & Co B. Uneolu, Beq. Divaaraar. Cook Jt aargent, N. B. Hoffman, Keq. a. Jaeup Co, Daba| Feb.it, IM -d.wU B. F. Siu'tr. A. V. H»*a*iow. SHOUP ft BAEKALOW, (l.ale flfm ijf Mttuwk'k k ^011, POBWABDIBe A COMMISSION MERCHANTS. J. H. woald reapectfully auueuaee to bia e eaetern fiiende and tbe public In ii!& guierai that having purchaaed the Largs liw Hetal, Situated aa above, be I* low making Im- proTfm»nu on the prrmite*, and will eadeavor to merit bksehare of the pairoeage of the traveling pub lic. ThU Boass Is la oae of the most ploaaantlocaUons la Davenport, eommUidtng s view of ibe river, or Rock lalaad City aad of old Fort Armstrong. Rovi7'»5dtf JFarmerg hmU other* HAVINO lands for *ale ta Scott, Cedar or Clin ion counties, can make qalck taleeby bringing deSi-rlptloBS ef same lo our oSlce. We have now nameroue applications lor Farm*, Farming land* and town lots la tbia aud adtnlnlug countea. ALLBN dk DOOLAN, Real K*tate Agente, 7 Orr'* Building, Feb.I5.d Iwwlro Davenport, Iowa. A I E S O E E TN preaeutlug tbl*, onr *econd circular,tbe proprl I etor, while eipreaung hi* i ratltude for the vet) Uberal patreuage »f the paat, wiabea to Inform hia old patrone and the pablic generally, tbat the fourth quarter of tbe Ladle*' College will open oa tbe XUIb of February, with greatly iucreaaed facilities for Im parting InatrucUoa in all ths solid a* well a* oruameu tal branches of female education. It haa beeo our aim Vaeurrsat Baak Betas, dald aad Silver Cola. i Irom the beginning to give a more completeandUior ougbl) praeUcal courae ef atudy thau has yet been glv eu byanjr inatltution at tbe West. Toaccompllah Ibla, no expense ha* beau apared in aecurlng a competeut uumbe of well edueated and Practical teaahera.— Arrangemeatsbave beeu made to aecuretbe services of three butchers in addlUon lo those already employed, and with Ibla new acooaalon of liberall) educated and practical teachers to our number* we have no beaiutiwu In *ay tag tbat the course of iu*truc- Usr rTime bills on Chleago, Bt. Louis andRew York discounted and bestneae paper of ahart dates bought at Uik lowest rates. which Ishereglveu I* on au ample acale and ev. ery way calculate to meet tbe demands cf the age aad aplritoftte time*. Tbe loeatiou of tbo Cellege iBiwiut of beauty aud liealibfulaeee i* unaurpaaeed, befog (ituated upou an elevation wblcb ovcrioufca tbu citiea ef Davenport and Hock laland, and commanda a delightful vl«w of tKe Miaslasippi river for mile* above and below. Ladle* from a distance can bea« oommodated In the College Buildinga with rooma and board, and an omulbaa will run regularly between Davenport aud tbe CoiU-ge for the eonveaieuee ol day scholar*. There will be no vscaUou till after tbeaa plraUon or two quarters- Board ef Instruction. Mr. T. H. CODDING, Principal. Natural Sciences. Mr*. M. A. CODDING, Principal. Painting and Drawing. Rev. L. F. DUDLEY, A. B. Mental and Moral Phlloaophyand Ancient Lanaua***. Mlaa ADKLINB HAVES, Preeeptreaa. Modern language* and Social Culture. MlaaAMKLlA H. UUHE. ln*tru,ueutal Mualc—Planu and (iullar. Mlaa MAKY J. WKLLKK. Kiigllan Brancbea and Hiirher Matbemstlc*. Mr*. HAKAH A. DUDLEY. Planu aud Ornamental Needle Work. Tuition in tbe Primary Courne, •8, 0per or. Higher KngU*b Branches ti.UU Language*, I0.U0 Uualc on Piano, Melodeou and liuilar, IV,00 (J*e of lnrtrunienta, 3,tu Landicape Paiutiugin Oil 1U,0U Monochromatic, Crayon aud Pencil Draw ing, each, 8,U0 Embroidery and Ornameutel Needle W'k tl,00 Diploma* will be given te tbo*e who complete a thorough course tu either ol Ibe depurlineiil*. Board w'tb lurnnbed ruomr, iiicludlng light* and fuel, SMu a ear, and at the rule ol lSu for a leaa time. All pa/menu to be niadt quarter!) In advance. il. CODDINtt, lliveiipori, Feb la-dtf Proprietor. B'TS' f/uttnl liatktr teun made lo order. M. A B. it/wahT* uiuGtsW' 'utAl isfttAtr" ANlTlW"w.HeaiKsW».. Vrokar*. ana .N. U- Jj ri»« Public, *IU Bu »nd Hall all klud» »t Illy PrSaerlv: l«il»rov»d or uoluiuro*aJ r»rm j.a) l.iv utlot non-rasldeirt"' btt) *nd«aU Uud Wmnui.u.of lueatewBie tn-'uyni.Jsute win coi IMl rutins and afeui|Uy rwatf In «hort, wetr«',«*i V^enarkl btf»Hwn W. 8TIVABT, Allsrasy aad t'ouiiaollar nt l»» i mauRASci~AOKST, trj*OFFU'Blu djafrt near Uloak, tu Bi«- Le Clatrc'i rest, o*er Ibe Host Ofllrif jW Pnveaporl, lews. Splsndid Farm for 8ala. Acres,lSu liuprovtd, food frame dwelling ,)/I lapd iKif house, )Ma re« ol Uanber, balaucetu lierior pr^trle. Ibla leru, l'J miles from Uie city, ,,u a food road and near Sue frote of Umber.— Price reaaonable and l«riu« BAi)S,hX»accuinauodaUiif W AKTAMIOOUiS. U.i*«S^T7T»TSec. O 1» T,*# h. I k. aaai the M. M. M. B. kud uear alcott. Price only •IS Wl'i CAOtl, bTEM tub)) TO Ht'iCDt«W. rp UGunderslrtied »UlrtTelo builders veil recom meud. Uie ereutoii of six naal frame dvrliiiic oases. Apply sooa to T.C.KAUi bleb 8 A 0oa8 QwaUlag ftttti OiweenSdaudStb,KockwlalaadSDd Ni coitalttlu fi«m 10 rooMi, attuatoc be Klpley Htrdeta. Good tenant aad rood rent. fttbS BADB, tTBW ART HIUGIN8. LAUDS aad LOTS FOB SALS O' acres boaut.ful Prairie Lead for sale near Iowa City. Kiiqulro of Cook, Bargeat di Downey, or ol tbe undersigned. Also, ItfO acree auliaprvvrd. Tbia Is Prairie Laud Otitic U'.I uu.liij. la I'lliitoa County, being W of S w *1 »«d K K i W 8* S K Alto. acre* I mile froia Fulten Tbu la Norm and Ohiy I mile fiom *d Kallroad Mallea, andie •uipawvd tui beaut) and lertilMy by aay land la lb' 9Ubt#e Alao 4mi arrea Timber aud Prairie. Tbia U uear Blue Unui and will be wit uo easy terms. Alio City Lata, Some iltuated on Uie brow of the hUl, affording wellini -4UUJ S Beautiful l.ou to lease (er Ityests, situated on Brady atreet, oppoeite John (!. liavle, Keq. Belug determlntd to does up buali.eea Iu Uaveu port for tbe preaent, eu) oaa wiablug bawalua tut he above named real eatate can obtain aaem by epplylog toon to T. KAlih, Dec U,|8U. Ogte Kada a Stewart. vrairBOTks labo vob saiji. i On At'KKS uuimprored laud lor *ale uear Ful lOU tou, 1 mile from »d railroad alaUon, bvluc Waat efKontbW aad Nerthaaet 1 of 8*f. tt, I *9 K I At-SO— 4S0acres uear Blue Oraes at M.M per acre, timber ou a part, 3 mllee from tbe river ted near good mill*, and etoue-eoal. A gnodapsa ar work borae* takeu lupert pay. lerm* liberal. Apply to 1 decl? name ap through earda.baed- description,a* we bare all SA3DKHS A DAVIS. BADS 8TBWAMT. 'ABOTLB OOTTA0B.' Baaatlfal Home te Beat. 'fHK underalgiied will teal for oae year to ten hi* i late beauUrul home (Argyle touapand append age*) adjoining the city uf La tlairv. Tbu place comprtee* Dwelling, rooms smote house, ktable,Orchard of WW bearing trait trees, ai.d SS acre* woodland paetura. None need apply wbo have a large family of tittle children. T. _dec*T JIDJMSOJV It MJIPP. ~City HAVE C. KAltN. r«rd. H. WILLIAMS A CO opened a a«w Wowd YardatOso. Ai'ue dt Co.*s Lamber Yard, al the juncUon of Socoud aud Froai Bia., whore they have oo hand a fall as sortmeaiofDry aad Uraea Waod, namely— Hickory, Ash, Oak, Maplv.&r W bleb they offer for ealr a the tswnl Market price, and would most reepeelfully solicit all who are iu want to give asa call. P.S. Our wood Is four Ceat long. Baveup0rl, Jan. IN d-ly* Splendid Scheme!! $10,000 Worth of S O V E S TO be distributed among the Inhabitants of the Weat. Every Ticket drawa a Prue worth mort than the cost of the Ticket, as follows: A $35 Ticket draws a (W Stove. w .. w .. .. .. a* im a» iu ao .. ,« .. .. ja .. is is .. it .. ,4 .. |0 Stoves and Tickets now ready. Jan: 30-dlm T. CLOSE 9l CU "THE GULDEN A No le-- CALFr ws si peat toiro Bast oa Uh 1st of March, we hope our customers wUl he oo band we ean't go without luouey Feb lVdwu i(0ei.«a larttns. sssBwi,'"" j|* US k BTKWAHT hav# r«»ov»d Iheir i e OUtr«*« u hIimK oo llwdy SiroeljOvnr lh« 7—. WiREAL ESTATE! REALESTATE1 AN OlFW ICE! H. Kllboara, »aal «»t.U 8raks, Yaa knew WM. B. HARRIS I O W A A N A E N Y WILLIAM ALL1B, Attoraay and Caoaseller at Law, &KSPKAL LASU AOKNT. AND RKA1. kfilATE BROBEH Feat Offioa Baildteg Brady Street. DAV KNPORT, IOWA. CuliacUons promptly atlaaded la taall aaiss of Ue Btair, Lands entered and warrasteloeesed ta al 1 Laod Oatricu ef tbe State, Moaoy lavaatadaad Taxes paid Ml aoa-raaldeaUi Moaay leaacd oa uaeaeambered Real Br au security Farms, Housasaad Lets leased Real Bstate uf ail kluds bougbtaad sold on idbum IB 800TT COUITY, IOWA No 1—The i of ibe #W| See VT78 NRvBbUacr No 9—The N i Bee• TV N R*E!M scree. No S—TheN Wf Sec IS 78 N K ISO acre*. The above three tracu are beautifully situated tha Railroad a miles from Daveaport, No «—The W of the W of See IU 78 N 3 00 acres. 3 mile* from Daveaport. No S -Tbe N e ofM W I utHuc 1 T78 N 1 K 4b acre* 4 mileefrom Davenport. No I be a ..I Uie N 1 of Bee I 78 N 3 B. tti acrc»,«.. .1... Mail Koad, miles from Davenport. No a- iWn 44 lUtacrea In bee's 18 IS 77 N S, upon llii Ktter, lit miles from Davenport. ,u Boc'sir aadMT'S N R« K. Improved Farms. No 17—An Improved farm Isuoed aud a'I cultivated u'ceboese.a springs and s ereek on It, ou Hicsory ro e read, uiilee f.om towa, Oaage Oranga Isscs started satirely around the farm.IMM aeres. N.. Hi -,,i s«c'. IM. If *4Tt« N ktK, 3VU acres, I ie itui •••tud and 40 in tlmbar. .1« *i aou urui wi lib acres, 4bfeuced,W un der calUvatK.u, 4 miles from town, I mite aa«t ut Dabu^ae ro .d. I mile from Dalsell farm. No sfl- Ibe Uraut (arm ou Dubuqae road,4 miles from lows, IXS aersshighly calitvated,boaee aad or chard, Arc Houaea and Lots ia Davenport. N o 3l»— Flue brick houae aa Mb St. brtweou Harri sou aad Riplay Sis Kxoeilent wail, goad etable, aic Lot 8HXUW. No3l—liood frame House, 3 room*, good weU,fc. Utriliill.oo Bradi near Locust at. No sta—A V story house oa 4th Hi., containing lb room* aud store. jio.Xi.—Oood frame bouse, 4 room*, cellar, die on Sib *t. between Vine aud MyrUa. Lot POxl&O. No. ti.—I lotou Hrady Hi. IM by 300—flab. N i M—it lot* oa Brady at., oor. of College, d4xl30 No. 88.—1 choice lot on Perry at. tor. ofWh^Oi IM) ft ID CLIVTOa COVMTr, IOWA. Ko.a«-W. fracUoual i of the ft. W. Sac. «, T. 81,N. K. I B., 77 87-1UU acres, near Tbora'a AlllU Vary low, If applied forsoaa. Iu nock lalaud f'ouuty. Illluote. No «l—The 6. W. k Of See. U, 1 IS N I W, or 16 acres. In Henry County, lllluola. NoJ*--IS 13-100 acre* aeur ibe Depot in (icne*eo. gS|table for building lota Apply to William Pena, Jannoy's, do., S^o Patrick Henry, WirU, 1^1 John Oulocy Adams, l^Mi Wm. Wi,t, John Randolph, Ais, 1 uo De Witt Clltitou, 1,00 I.Ives of Signers of Declaration of ludep. ndanca, l„Oo Life ol Henrv clay aud a peeches, large «vo, tt£ii Dauiel Webster aud bis masterpieces 9vlsdt^b Goethe snd Work*, ,*«•*•. «J0 Prescott's PhUlp the Second, vols, la clolh, 4,3(1 .. Cououest of Mexico. 3 vols. Insheep, 7,40 e* F«rn 9 4«i,?Ua'l KMltAL LAN0 AQXl? far tha Purchase ar sale of City Prs^r,. Farms, improved or unimproved, ia acoTt adjacent Counties. Will collset cUlm. J'! taxes for non-residents Buy aad sell 'iT,. Warrants or locate ths same ia any Uaa trist ia the State Oflee Corner Mala aud Second Sta DAVENPORT, IOWA HOUSES AJSU LCI'S IN DAVENPORT FOR SALE Mo. 1W.— A Houm and Hull Lot ou lb« aouu, .u of Feurtb itreet, east of Koek laland Mo. 1««.—A beautiful realduuce ou the Morthxi of Fourth street, Weat of Hock lalaad. L«,^?^ The houae well flnlabed, with 0 room, rood c.l!!? Well, C'letero, Wood-bous»., altb a Tailety of Shrai i bery, every convenience to make a comfo'uU. deuce to a food neighborhood. I Mo. 180, A amall Houae aud Lot, on the co»u», Hljtley^aad Thirteenth Bts: lo Mclutoak's addtttos ilo M4. A food Brick Hou*e on tbtij g, cm.aon. w sat or Seen 81., U stortos, 3«xJ0,« roeii, g*k^ eaa, cellar and well Klatk Street, bet»»M No. '.94 A clieap houae Brown aud Warren. MBu Ne.tSI. A Store Room with dwelling attained i„ U«m» fori years ground rent only p^r aunsB. tio. 18#.—A Two Story Frame UouMouUia^arth Beet cornct of Oaloee and Foarth atreeu •«!. room*, hell aad Callet a Well ofwh water, 'ua W«18qQftie, No. IMi.—A Heu»e and Lut on fca*t aide of KIb, street, between Second aad Front tlreet*. Loifi *5. Build lag aud fence all In good order. Mo. 198.—A Double Frame Houae on ibe cotaemi FIRh and Scou itreete— thirty feet tquare, 11 ,ooai». IU#.—A Double Rrlck Houie on benu alrsoi tu, wuh ton r.ium*. Well anl( Intra' No. 900— Another Two Mtery Brick Hoe** ui Soott atreet, neat North or 19b. These three beeMi and lota will be *old low, *o a* to ensure rood vestment. Tboir preeent renui Is IS percent oath* price asked. 1 be owner sells them Iu order lo la prove otber properly to n.eet the demand fer (tors* and buslneaa houses. 904—A House and Lot ou theroruer efToeilth u,j Harmon Streeta, wtth a small Trams bouse ea TesUW Price a I MO or Uie b«u*e with 3*reet of lb* «mi eud of tbe lot for $710. Alao IU3--A houte »n the we*t *1,1 e of Lot So adWli. ing the above. A two story frame bouaslg feetaeaa/a Loldlxtie feet. Price »7U0. Alw 905—A two dory house wsliantshed eu Ue north •Id* or Third St.,ona lease lot having foarteee ysara to rem, aud only per auiium. Possetalou rl*k the I*t el April. Faraa. 1 have also a aumber or 8ne Improved Fsrsit saiong wblcb ere tbefolloalnir: No.SUJ An l,ii|.r.»VH,) Ksrm of 4M acre* with small house. SS a res brake, lou miles from Fs tea Price aa per sore with a liberal dl*c«uat fer cask Alao, No. *«J. 140 acree Bear V'alcott for par acre. Alao, No. 905. A beautiful and prodscUveiarm la Aliens Orove, sixteen miles from Daveaport, (lib seres ptairte all under cultivation, and Ml acres of Umber. A geed boase with 10 rooms. A part of tha purchase sgeaey san remalu ataa late resl of 7 per cent, fnn ei Abo, No. A farm ofSBO acrea la Pe*t*u'*Oro«*, IM asre* under cultivation, good water and tlmtwi. No. 90.—A Farm of 114 acre*, Wot wblek I* Prali.c, 10 of wblcb t* broken and undur lanes, 14 of laitsr, a good House aad other Improvements, aiirt north Westof 1^ Claire aud six mtlns Irem the Isr minus of the Chicago Port Byrot. Hail mad. Ne. *04.—A beautiful Farm tee miivsaom KuuuJ Orovr, aa aarae, aa acre* brokru, good apriag a*4 plenty of sto k water. Tli« improvomeats arealeo story Ntoaa House, 40 z lo, Bublo, a well of son aa tar. Toaay person Uklug ibe whole UI* property will be aold low. A Saw MU1. •No 07 A Sloaui Saw Mill la Mttstlloo, Ctdar fv Iowa bulldlagaaad Baglae Ii, good order,aad deta a good bus,noes Will bu a»i'I low lor rssb No. tH9 —A Farm In Cedar Coaaty of 9tuare*o« tha Boad from Muacattao to llplou, and taoaad* halt mile* Kaat ot Kocheeisr alf uader tuitnsuia| a Two Wor) Brtck Huuse, Huble, Orshard, IibWu aad walev. No. 9o».—Aa laland baiatea L'svanpert sad is Cta I re, together with the ab»r* oo (Be aMUUad, Iks whole eooUlatrig 77 acrr*, u aklag a gas wstsr pfle er. No. W3. Another and largsrlslsndabovs Prince loa. coolai fifcig ISO acre* rutarad with Timber. As xxielleai akaaco for wood dealers. Tha waod caa be cut aad rough to Davan port for three dollars per eord. No. 80S Aa Oat Lot oftb acre* lytagbstavealke North Corporation Una and Duck Creek, price (IW parsers oa roasoaabla Urns, aad will bo soldlii oa* oi more place* Lou to Leaee lor a tarn ef years. I have several baaullfbl Lou ia dlBbrent part* st the ctty 1-4 ton, Sftaaa and tweity year*. Alao u ot Fire acre* aaar tbe City oa s Isaac tea or twenty year* upon rca*oi.able Uisia sttl* s right to purchase. Lou In Borth Daveaport. I hare Four beautiful Dwelling Houses ia North Daveaport fronting ou Locust »ireut, aae of *tM haa Ten acre* of grouud wile It, aad others with ess i.r more lots. Also a autuber of Unlmprot ed LoU lu No*r*,Me lutnah'*, Lembrtle's, Feailng'r aud Slayiaaier •ubdltiaiou ol lola, *-uiea*iuw vertleera. WILLIAM ALLBN, Oeoeral Land Ageat. #feb. 6-dtf Ofloe Post Odlce Building BJfflCATlOBl BOVCAT 10*!! A w o e s i e i e a tr di*(iafui*As4 aait rsad Botkt, snd be eareful iu Uie selec tion ef tbeiul" Blsbop Leo's Lecture. UvesofCblef Jastlrea of ths U. btales, price, Life Franklin, 8 vols., aheap, 3,bo 4* |«rge» **ortmeiito, oilier a*«ful Book* at Ihe Iowa Book Beams ,ft**" "^a'A^g^co. I -a'/f EI*»a ioug Buuber Huntina Moots. Rubbers of %". r2if-Cril,4U"',a" baown. a* gllOsnck. Lota ia Beat Daveaport. I have teveral unimproved lots lb Baal Dsveaeort, some of them boauutuliy altualed unlbe blsg, otksn wuliadapted lurbusiue** porpoaea —Al.HO— A River Lot of 1*0 feel ou U« river by »0 feer, upoa which iberel* sn excalleal Quarry with a pe' iwtaal l.iinc Kiln a»d lime house, aibui win neat, tou buaiiul* of lime par dsy. Aa exeelleat lutslloi for a Flooring Mill. Insd. .,i-.n lolheabove. Uie *ubKrlber b»*a Isl*. smoant of ui.i'uprovedlandln Seolt,Musaaiiue,C|u. loa.l edar, Jon.'i Johnson, lows, Poweshiek, Js* par, MsrtLlal. I ami- and Hasina CouaUe*. Fer say iaftirmallGh rv «p«. ,II.|( o the lori'"lug property, *P' lJ u k o i N i o s Koal Batale Ageat, dec V] Corner of Kecond 4, Maia airerl^ llo»ve*a Improved I'Mtent TBOSS 8BID0BS. '|*HK uiidardgned are pruprlclors of pstcnl for lbs ahor* the Mate ot low*.aud are prepared ie e-utract for Iba erection oi i.allway or Hifbeay Ur iiigv* ol any length ol tpau from W ffel to 3IWifeei in anv art nf tha Stsle. As the liei above ii Miloptr.l Bridges us»* on iiiost ufU.e Heilreeds lu the Matvs, dewmiuiiumeat aa to fulled their Strength.duis- bilily ubd cheapnett uuutcessar). All eammuaisa tion» upou liie subject will receive prompt at lenUoa. Addr.,*, STONE, BOOMKU BtYINOT»'N. feb l8-.l»if Dsvsuport, lows Dubuque Tribune, Muscsllne Journal, Burlington Hawkeye, Keokuk Whig and Iowa City will aacb copy dally slxfioiiUaaod saad bills toas- IwUsgnu Co., Wholesale Retail Grocer* [P08T OFFICE BUILDING aHogsheads AS on hand a large and choice *tork of OrocsrlM of all kluds. which will be sold at the lowest i ralevt— *1 N. Orlean* and darlSed Sugars, 75 CbetU Orean Imperial, Guupowder Blk lss*l 9!l0 Caddie* 75 Boxes all Uualllles Palm «oap *0 Barrels Klce— new crop 90 Crashed aud Coffee Sugar*, 90 Older Vinegar 40 N.OrleausBugar House 4 »yrup Mulassssi Jn Macks Rio sud Java Cotfro iti Bbls Mackerul, (uew eropi 4i i dt Bbls as Km* Ml Ubl* Whits Kl*b snd Trout IS Drum* Cod Fish S Bbl* Salmoud 80 Kltta do, i Bales Khop Twine 100 dot. Woourii Bucket* and Tub* 80 Box** W«*tern Keaorre C'baasai SO Mould, blar ami Nperm Caudle*! 30 Wludaor and fam y Hoap *8 Tomato CaUup aud Pepper Haucs KS Aimouda, Waluuls, FllbarU, Nula 9S Aaaorted ('audies Its Virginia and Mlmourl Tobacco 9S Bbla and boxe* Heflned 8aleratua! 7S Boxua aaaorted Picket* IU Baga Pepper aud Nplce 40 Boxes Canlater Mualard. —A S,(W Lives of eiulneat Christians, Urge *vo Illustrated S^O Prngree* of Religious Ideaa, r-hiui i »«i. throligb *aeee*eive agee by L- B. Child 3 vols, 3.50 aud a LSO— All kind* of Preat-rvod Frail*, Peasfess, OooioSer. rles, Dainaoua, Currants, Kaspberrlss Extracta of Leuioti aud Veiillla, ktaecoboy Tal snd Kcolchbiiitg Nut megs, Mace, Citron, roam Tartar, Cocoa, Chocolate, Corn Ktarob, Farina. Vermicelli, Macmroni, fc'iga, Kaialua, t^urranU, Prunes, Dried Fruits, Hailed Oil, Ix-uion Syrup, Harvey's dk K«sding I ng Sauces. I)a veupi' rt, Feb. S.dim-wll Holloway'a Madlciuaa. Wtad K tire agaala lor lbs sale uf Ibe above celsbrs Medlcluos, IP1II* and Otulmeut.j la this city, and would say io any needing Medicines of tha kind to call aud give tb a Uriel,a* they era having tbu greatest auiceaa of say Patent Medietas la use. Feb 4 ALVOKDdi VAN PATTBN.