Burlington Daily Hawk Eye, April 16, 1867

Burlington Daily Hawk Eye

April 16, 1867

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Burlington Daily Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - April 16, 1867, Burlington, Iowa TERMS of TEX HAWK-EYE. DAILY. Delivered la the city. one year.........   ...    $9 OO 44 one week.  .....’    JO IU'.! subscribers, one rani ..................... 8    OO si* mor'te................... 4    25 three mon ti ie................. 9    25 44    44    on i month.................... SKM1-W KRALY. On? etpy one year..............................«4    qq Tao copies, one year......................!!.!*    7 OO Five copies or more. each..............!".*.!."*!    SOO WEEKLY. One copy, one year............................. »2    50 Five copies or mope, each.................*    2    OD Any person petting    opt    r!nb    of ten    or more of eltiior edition, w11! be furnished    a copy    free lions to clubs may be made a: any time. J BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE. w ALL PAPER. i . Having Just received the LARGEST LOT ever nrouebt w the State, and being determined not to ba i g    * W1,,ld respectfully request a1! in want ol anything in the Paper '.-.no to call and examine the Styles and Prices of my Stock. mvtvu    L-C0K9B- ESTABLISHED TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1867. Add!- JUNE, 1839. Send Drafts or Postoffice Moaey-orders. when they LATEST NEWS EDWARDS A BEARDSLEY, can be had convenient! Andreas,    ______ Hawk-Eye Steam Printing House, Burlington. Iowa. Monday was observed as a day ct humiliation and prayer in Illinois, it being the second annireraary of the death of Abraham Lincoln. Tbs registration in four wards of Washington has been completed, and stands 4,-600 negro Toters, and 4,273 whites. The three wards yet to be registered will probably show a small majority of whites. A special dispatch from Washington 6ays ‘ there is a report this evening in general circulation, said to be based on private tele grams from New Orleans, that Maximilian has been captured by Mexicau Liberals.’ BY TELEGRAPH. XLth CONGRESS-FIRST SESSION SENATE. Washington, April 15. The Senate without transacting any public business went into executive session. When the doors were opened, the following resolution was introduced: Resolved, That the Committee on Printing be authorized to enter into a c mtract, in the name of the Senate, with some paper to furnish a condensed synopsis of the reports, proceeding* ami debates, the same to be free to I he press of the country, or any authorized agency thereof, such contract not to continue tor a period exceeding one year, and to ba submitted to the Senate for approval. Referred to a select committee of three, to be appointed by the chair. NEW YORK. GEN. SICKLES' ORDER—ANARCHY IN CENTRAL AM ERICA—FROM TUE SANDWICH ISLANDS—THE GEORGIA INJUNCTION-GEN SHERIDAN AND THE CIVIL OFFICERS OF LOUISIANA—PETITION FOR INJUNCTION AGAINST TUE SHERMAN BILL. New York, April 15. Gen. Sickles, commandant of military distr let No. 2, embracing North Carolina and South Carolina, has issued orders under WASHINGTON. GEN. ROUSSEAU NOT CONFIRMED. Washington, April 15. The published list of votes on the confirmation of Gen Rousseau is incorrect, not having been received from an official source. MESSAGE TO THE SENATH. The President sent a message to the Senate enclosing communications from the Secretary <>t the Interior, Attorney General and New Advertisements. ALU PERSONS knowing themselves indebted to Harvey Ray. Jr.. or Ray A Co —ender by note or account-will oblige by calling at their office, In the Foundry, andaettlinsr th* same im mediately—or coats will have to be added aprff-dlm    A    co_ POUND*—'TWO DOLLARS IN A ■ Handkerchief. Call at this office, pay charges. and take away. aprl4-d2t. F OR SALE OR RENT—20 AGRES ison road, about one mile be’ow the South Boundary School House.    HENRY    W    STAHR aprl-4-dlw. date ot Charleston, South Carolina, April J Srcretary of State. Tile former has no in ll, selling lorth that the general destitution formation on the subject of the absence of H( prevailing among the population of the dis trict renders necessary for their relief the adoption of extraordinary measures. He therefore orders that uo person shall be imprisoned fur debt except upon the cwnvictiou of fraud; that judgment^ or decree lor the payment of money on causes of action arising between December 19th, I860, and May loth, 1861, shall not be enforced by execution atainst the property or the person of the defendant; that shenfls, coroners and territorial officers from their posts. The I others say that such absences have been in- j variably uuder leave previously granted, I axcept in the last have of Alexander Cum ming*, which was applied for by telegraph from Denver and granted after he reached Washington. The public necessity for such GUSE FOK SALE.—I Wish to Sell my house, corner of Columbia and 8th streets. I eau be seen by those wishing to purchase, between this and next Tut sday morning, at I). Y. Civ* non’?, or atTeeUrick’e Hotel. Terms reasonable.    M.    G    CBlbW    bl    L. aprl-4-dlt. F side i OR SALE.—A Large Substantial Iron Safe. Outside measurement. 3x4 feet; in measurement, 2x3 feet. Has two iron doors, an ________   lion    chest    on    the    iuside;    a'sodrawers, shelves pigeon leaves 01 absence is'stated in tables submit-    *c;’&c" ail ln comp1----*^r Pr,ce ,20° ted. No part ot the expenses have been The municipal election in the city of Chi- I Mr. JOHN SON moved to consider the vote J constables shall suspend far twelve months ..I.. 1   _ j __.    m    ...    .    '    Ko    *i,«    U..„   _ 1 .I,    '    tho    Ksi’es    nf    nrAiwrlv un I i ut ii I i 11 es cont cago takes place to day. Mayor Rice is the Republican candidate for re-election. His opponent is ex Mayor Sherman. Both are pronounced partizans, but local questions seem to have the most prominent place in the canvass. It is thought that Gov. Oglesby will call an extra session of the Illinois Legislature; soon, to provide for the taxation of the stock of National Banks, a recent decision of the Supreme Court of the United States having declared the present statute null and void There are also some commissioners and trns tees to be confirmed, and perhaps other odds and ends of legislation to adjust. by w hich the Senate passed the resolution to adjourn Tuesday fore oon. Mr. ANTHONY proposed to extend tho time till Monday. Pending the question the Senate adjourned. the sales of properly on liabilities contract ed prior to December 19th, 1869; that all cnarged to tho government T11ANK8. The Austrian Minister, Count Weider-bruck, warmly thauked the Secretary of preceeding* for the recovery of property, or    ?r    kindnesa    and    promptness    with FROM THE OLD WORLD. BY THE CABLE. AUSTRIA. Vienna, April 15. Dispatches have been reseeded here stating that Omer Pasha, with ships of warand a large number of troops had left Turkey tor the purpose of joining in the movement to suppress the insurrection in Crete. PORTUGAL. A dispatch from London on the lith inst, said the Princess of Wales was at the point of death. A surgical operation upon the bone of the knee was declared necessary to save her life, but she could not endure the pain, or take chloroform on account of weakness. Her condition, it is said, is carefully concealed from the public, and the Prince of Wales haunts the theatres af usual. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue estimated ’.ast December that the receipts of his Bureau for the present fiscal year would be two hundred and eighty-five millions. The receipts to this date, with eleven weeks of the fiscal year remaining, are two hundred and twenty two millions, seven hundred and three thousand, five hundred. As the income tax will come in during the next two months, the yearly receipts are likely to fall short but little of the Commissioner’s estimate. Lisbon, April 15.—The mail steamer from  __________j    ___~_____ Rio Janeiro has arrived and reports are ru- I the fines and penalties for the purchase of negroes are suspended ; that in the sales of property by execution or order of the court, there shall be reserved to the defendants cf families depending up on them implements of husbandry, household goods, etc., to the value of $5.70, and that the property of absent debtors shall not De taken under the foreign attachment process. The order also prohibits the practice of carrying deadly weapons, except by officers and soldiers, and makes an offender amenable to trial and punishment by military commission. The punishment ot death in certain cases of burglary and larceny is abolisned, and authority is given the Gov ernorsof North aud South Carolina to reprieve or pardon persons convicted and sentenced by the civil courts, and to remit The Lo'.don Timen in referring to the Alabama claims says Great Britain has con senteu to waive the reasons alleged by Lord Russr ll against a judicial revision of Imperial acts, and is ready to balance accounts with the United States, and pay the com pensa’ion, if any, which an impartial umpire may find to be due from her. John Bull doesn't hold his royal head quite so high as he did twelve months ago. He seems to have arrived at the conclusion that Brother Jonathan has some rights which Mr. Bull is bound to respect. “De Pella Gazette’’ is a new paper in the Holland language just started at Pella, Marion county, Iowa. It is respectable in Bize and appearance, Republican in politics, and calculated to have a healthy influence in the “Wooden Shoe Nation.” The Bel landers generally, in Pella and vicinity, are a worthy and industrious people, but too inaiy of them Lave hitherto had an unac countable affinity for the Copperhead party. We hope the G<tutte may be Instrumental in bringing about a change in this particular ; mored there that the mediation of the United States was summarily rejected by Paraguay. Lisbon, April 15—Evening.—The Brazilian mail steamer brings the additional intelligence that the Emperor of Brazil, in order to reinlorce his army on the river Paraguay, had called the national guard of the Empire into actual service. This caused much discontent among the people, and provoked some opjHJsition to the continued war with Paraguay. GERMANY. Frankfort, April 15—Evening —American bonds closed 76^g. ENGLAND. London, April 15—Evening.—Spain has yielded to the demands of the British Government in the case of the steamer Victoria. Queenstown, April 15.—The steamer Palmyra from New York has arrived. BY MAIL. The steamer All.‘mania, from Southampton on the 3d inst., has arrived. Au official paper, the North German Gazebo, of the 2d inst, in an article referring to the eventuality of a war between France I and PruMsia on the Luxemburg question, which he acted on the request of the Austrian Emperor relative to Maximilian. THE MISSISSIPPI BILL. The Supremo Court to-day refused to entertain the Mississippi bill against the President, but allowed the Georgia bill to be filed as the objection did not apply. indians. The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs will, after (he present session, visit the territory west cf Kansas with the view’ of selecting a location fur the Indians of that State and their prompt removal thither. They expect to leave Lawrence about the 20th of Slay. This act is in accordance with the resection adopted by the Senate. UNION PACIFC B It. The Secretary of the Interior has received Apply at once to SCHENCK A DENISE. aprll-dlw. JOHN P. HUGHES, -DEALS* IX- Advices from Panama present a picture of j from the Present of th* Union Pacific R. anarchy and military despotism in Colum bin. Mosquera had finally broken up by military force, and imprisoned sixty eight Senators and Representatives, among them Ex President Murillo, his rival at the next election. It was expected that his next ob j^etof attack would be Panama, and that the Slate of that name would, in all likelihood. declare itself free and independent. The I lei aid’s correspondent at Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, writes that Admiral Thatcher, of the United .States navy, has been decorated by the King w ith the order of Kamehameba. There had been a meet- I ing held to erect a monument lo Captain I Cook. Tho Chamber of Commerce of Ho-no'.ulu was agitating the question of a re ciprocity tieaty between the Islands and the Uuited Mates. From the s’atistics of 1966 I* appeared that the exports from the United States I were larger than those from any other coun- ! try. General Morgan Smith, the new Ameri- j can Consul, had arriveu at Honolulu. Tile Herald’s special savs Mr. Ocamor on Friday sent to Senator Johnson requesting I that gentleman to associate hitnsel with the counsel tor the application in the matter R , Eastern Division, an affi iavit alleging the completion 01 the 7th section—24 miles —of that road, and the Government Inspec tor has been instructed to examine aud report on the same. CONFIRMED. The Senate has confirmed the following postmasters:    Moses    Jarves    Waukegan, Ills., R. M. Lewis, Eon du Lac, Wis. REJECTED. The appointment 01 Abner P. Durbin, as posmaster of Lyons, Ohio', was rejected. MA SKIED On the lith inet . by the Rev Tho?. K. CorkhDl, at the Divi?ior Street M E. Church. Mr Hiram Inoer sold, of Miamitown, Ohm, and Miss Mollie E. Pb-termas, of Des Mom. a county. To-Day’s Advertisements. A. G. ADAMS, ’ 1838. House Establish; d 1838. says that Luxemburg would by no means i of the Georgia injunction. Mr. Johnson re- coud pen sate for the sacrifices *»hich would be entailed by a war. Even if victorious France would only once more evoke former and now happily extinguished enmity rpnnded that he would have to decline, iu-a-much as he desires to aid the N»uth, and his opiui^n is that these proceedings must end in injury, rather than good, to that section of the country. The Times special ssvs advices received bere from Louisiana s ate tnat General Sheridan bas, bv the e ffect of his recent or der, absolutely tied the hands of the civil authorities so that Governor Wells who, under the Consiuution, has the power to make removals ami appointments in certain favorable impression, although several of ' otu•.««, v.... u</ uuiu eg wuuout first obtain-hie Reunion- might Le seriously Disputed I ing bis consent. The old police force are j France should well consider the question j on all sides before she attacks a people de-! fending their natural integrity. War would I also 1 »1 see in question that domestic stabili-! ty which the French government has striven to achieve. The Moniteur au fckiir speaks of Bening sen’s questions as leaving, on the w hole, a ft;. I have an immense Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, -AT- REDUC ED PRICES. Buckeye potatoes, For seed. For saic by [aprl4-dtf] OGDEN & COP I*. RS M J GRIERSON, METRO- plitan Millinery Store, will open SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY oil Monday, April 15th.    april    dtf M' FLOUR—One Hundred Barrels Flour For Sale by BRY DOLF A HOLCOMB. aprlS-dtf. rjlHE PARI8 EXHIBITION- New louisville cement. For Sale by    OGDEN    Jt    COPP. PORT BYRON LIME. For Sale by    OGDEN    A    COPP. Best moline flour. For Sale by    OGDEN    A    COPP. PEACH BLOW POTATOES. For Sale by    OGDEN    A    COPP. _aprI3-dtf.    ■ DRUGS, MEDICINES, Paints, Oils, Oyes, GLASS, ALCOHOL, COAL OIL, Etc, Mo. &4 Jefferson Street, BURLINGTON IO WA. aprl4-dtf. CO-PARTNERSHIP. The sobsc ibera have this day enteredinto a copartnership fur the purpose of carrying on the busi ness of SJULPTERS AND MARBLE CU ITE RS, In all it* branches, at the old stand of P. Markwalter, on Main Street. Thankful for past favors, they tope to merit a continuance ol the same by prompt atleu lion to business, fair dealing ann superior work. P MARKWALTER. aprl4-dlm.    E.    H.    COURTENAY. J^iME! LIME! Extra good finishing lime, in balk and by the bane!. BURLINGTON MARBLE WORKS. Ju&t received and for sale Wholesale and Retail IOO Bbls. Louisville Cement. IOO Bbls. Utica Cement. IOO Bbls CALCINED PLASTER PARIS Fresh from the Mills. mHE AMERICAN Opens Top and. -WITH — BEE HIVE. Side, —WITH — AN IMPROVED MOVABLE FRAME Twelve by Fourteen Inches Deep. TLe top of frame forming a floor on which the honey boxes are placed. Price of Hive, With Observation Glass and Boxes, $4 Right, $5. Fend stamp for a drawing of Hive, in Circular—or 40 cants lor Bee Keeper’s Text Book, ’o A LL <N TUPPER, Brighton, Iowa, Gen’l Ag’t. aprl4-dIt~*wAwtf I 1000 Bu. Prime Good Plastering Hair MARBLE- DUST, For Soda Fountains. MARBLE MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES AND MANTLE PIECES. OF THE LATEST STYLES, BEST MATERIAL, AND AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES, AT THE BURLINGTON MARBLE WORKS, Nu. 58 4th Street, Burlington, Iowa. DONAHUE, MCCOSH & CO. apr!3-dtl. has been opened Napoleon in Person I WITH GREAT ECLAT. The display of beautiful articles urn*, in every wry Grand and Imposing, but th* impose bklity of the citizens of Iowa and Illinois u it nee sing will not be so much felt, -AS THEY HAVE NOW AT HOME- An Exhibition in Every Way Worthy of Special Attention! -AT- JOB. LEHMAN & BRO.’S EMPORIUM OF FASHION ! -A.T NOH, as AJNTD SO JEPFBRSON STPUKBT, Where they have succeeded in collecting the finest assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING -FOK- B URLINGTON AND MISSOURI RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. TALIAN BEES—A Few Colonies movable com* hive*, and warranted pure. Price $25 Also pure Ila iat queens supplied th:ouch the ?ea bod at $10 each. Safe arrival at any Kxp-ess office guaran eed.    JELLEN    H TOPPER, aprl4-dlt-sw*wtf.    Brighton, Iowa. F OK SA LE On and al;ei Monda*, flpnl la, 1867, and untl farther not'ce. the < ’onsiruction Train on the B. <x M. R. R. R. will carry passengers and freight once daily each way between Albia a-d end of track, a p lint ab int nine mi'es east of Cnar.ton. The trail atli leave Albia for e^d nj track atli p J*., alter the arrival o both train? Dom Burlington. Leave end of track at Sam. for Albia, to connect with morning train for Burlington, mak ng clo#-* connection witn trains for Chicago, Freight will be received tor Melrose and end of track, and will be received at those points for ehip-mc t Eastward, except live stock, which will be loaded at Melrose 01 ly at present For rates, Ac., apply to L Carper, Genera^ Freight an I Pa'seuger Agent, Burlington and to C. S. Mer-riman. Anent at end of txaca. ai rl8-d,swjfcwtf.    C.    E.    PERKINS,    Fup’t. A 3 Acre Lot on South Hill, fronting on Boundary street, and kuown as the Fordncy property. It lays beauti'ull *, with a good Spring on the hack end. a> d has on it a small Frame Dwilling and from 60 to VB large, bearing Apple, Cherry and Pear Trees, of choice fruit Also Lot one, (I) in Block 50, on South Hill, with a small Dwelling on it.    ,    , Also, a Lot on the northeast comer of6th and Maple M IrLt*rM1Vr* t(i lladlCp °,f Earlington may be street?, South Hill. Apply t >    i    found    by    calling    at    M    H.    Pines    Millinery    Rooms, GEO 8WENY 27 and 2J Jefferson Street, on Monday, the 15th inst, At the Drug Store of Price A Sweny. gOMRTHIVG WHICH WILL BE lie bas plainly intimated the desirability of tile maintenance of cordial relations between the German au l French nations, anc bow disastrous would be a war between the two countries. Tue Moniteur adds that Count Bismarck j pointed cut, in dignified language, the ne i ce-sity that Germany should take no unjust reajamsibilities of France into account. He also mace several important declarations He fdmitteo that Luxemburg was an inde pendent State, of which the King of Holland cou d dispose in exercise of his sever eign rights ani upon his own resp ansi oil if y. He did not attempt to controvert the unue- .    .    ,    ,,    ,    .    •. j n-.,. ’ niable fact that the inhabitants of the duchy aud its tr»end» »uouiu see tbat it is we p- j LUJtt.mpurg experienced strong repug ported. The following is the vote by which the Senate finally consummated the inexcusable disgrace of making a brigadier for the regular army out of the Kentucky bully, L. H. Rousseau. Of the mcy questionable confirmation* of the Senate this is the worst: rQB. THE CONFIRMATION. Cameron, Cragir. (.’atte I. Drake, Henderson, Morrill, of Maine, Norton, Roo, P.»tter*on, of N. H , Thayer. Tipton. Willey. Williams. Yates. Doolittle, Dixon. Van Winkle, Norton, Patterson, of Tennessee, Buckaiew, Davis. Johnson— Si. against the confirmation. Conklin*. Morga*', Anthon*. Chandler, Cole, Corbett Ferry Fessenden, Prehnghuysen, Harlan. Howe. M frill, of Vermont. Stewart, Sumner The vote thawed there were IS absentee*. retained, nut are more respectful toward i Union men and freedmen than belore. Col j Thomas Adams, Monroe’s Chief of Police, ; is continued in that office,although an effort j is being made to secure his n movai. aud the ( appointment of General Typher, formerly Colonel of a colored regiment, in his place. Prominent radicals in New Orleans will j soon petition Sheridan to allow Wells to ; make removals, aud thereby flank alt at-; tempts on the paito! the ex rebels to pre-! vent them by influence at Washington. Mr. Garland, Senator elect from Arkansas, is here, an I has prepared a petition lor an injunction against the enforcement of the Sherman bill in mat -date, and will make a motion to file it in the Supreme Court uext I week, COLFAX -14. In view of the unsettled condition of affairs in Europe, there is a general increase ol the armies of various powers and an extraordinary activity in the preparation of fire-arms and other munitions of war. In the Belgian Senate, a few days since, the Minister of War made the following significant statement in regard to these prepsr Allons : France—480 nance to be incorporated with Germany, and he insisted lastly upon tile influence which a desire of maintaining pacific and friendly relations with us powerful neigh- , „ ,    .    .    ,    .    .    _ bor must exercise on the part of the Prus- ] ll* ader ihe Jub’ session of Congress. sian government. In the Briush House of Lords, in answer to Earl Clarendon, the Duke of Buckingham said that within the last few hou.sa communication had been received trow St. Petersburg confirming the impression that negotiations had been entered into w itb tile United States in regard to the cession ol Russian America by the authorities at St. Petersburg. He had not heard, but the question is no doubt likely to cause great feeling and even considerable excitement, I pervened but he trusted it would not be allowed to j have any undue weight in the minds of Englismen. He could not think, hin.self, j that the cession or purchase of the territory in question is likely to have any such over- | whelming influence upon the progress of ; the colonies, sprung from our bl »od, which | have been established on the other side of the Atlantic. Cba??epot mtnu’&ctbred. and wiJt SPEAKER w ill defer his intended visit to Colorado un- FATAIi DISEASE. A fatal disease termed meningitis has prevailed for sometime past at several places on Long Island. It attacks persons in robust health, and is generally fatal in 48 hours. The membrane of the Drain and spinal chord are inflamed, and the w hole muscular system is subjected to strong contraction and reaction, and stuior follows, into which the patient sinks and dies. In every case, so far as heard from, except one, death has su- MEROHANTS CAN SAVE MONEY BY BU I INGOFME MY CUSTOM WORK IS BETLER TUAN EVER. I AM DAILY BECKI VI NG FRESH INVOICES OF Xjeatb.ei*" FROM — Our Own Tannery, Which I will Mph ut Lowest Wholesale Figure*. Also* a LAHUE STOCK of 8ZJOE2 FIDJDINTOfl, SADDLERY HARDWARE, aprO-d2w J^OK SALK. A CHANCE    FOR SPECULATION. duo ‘ft* tro.    if Appl tea for Soon. A? I am about to remove, I will offer for tho next twenty day#, a’, private ?aU\ to any perron th -.t w nta to eng ice in toe Dry Good# Busine?# where a Mood trade ie e?Uibli#hed, a ii rn assortment of Goods J and if not disposed of at the expiration of twenty days. I wUl sell at anc Don from day to day until ail are sold. Alan, my s’'ire room, situated on Jefferson street, and my two story brick residence on White street. c< n raining nine rooms, cellar, cistern, and a good welt of waler, smrounded by an abundance OI fruit of several varieties It isnouse to enumerate the advantages of Mi Pleasant, as it is called the Athene of Iowa Ladies and gentlemen, now is your time to buy goods cheap, almost at your own price. HIRAM CHASE. Mt. Pleasant, Apii! 9,1S67.    apr!0-deod3t. and see the newest and latest styles of bonnets* hats, French Flowers, K A TV O Y    OOOX>0 Which was pure! seed expressly for this market. aprl3-d‘2t.    M.    H. PINE. F( Men, Youths and Gent’s Furnishing Goods ! Ever on Exhibition In the Wen. The late panic in the Eastern markets was taken advantage of by LEHMAN & BROTHERS to secure to their patrons THE BEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED THE PUBLIC IN BU3LIR6T0N! OUR STOCK IS FULL, AND COMPLETE! THE MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES! WK WARRANT PRICES TO SUIT!! WE WANT EVERY BODY InDJeed of Clothing; TO CALL AND LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK, AO OUR PRICES ARE ASTONISHINGLY LOW. n'MpS' und Collars, Leather <£c.. Rubber netting. NO. se MAIN STRERT. A. G. ADAMS. aprl#-dtf rifle* are being actually  be r ady by the Ut of March, 1*60. Prussia—A I the gun factor** are occupied in completing the Alinement of the arsenal •teei breech-loading carbine# have been ordered since the war.    Au.lria—^Transformation oi WO UUU gun? into »be Waul ?vrtem ; Efti.UOO will t<e completed t y the end of the year. Southern Germany, Bavaria Wurtemburg. fiaden. and He#** Darmstadt adopt the breech loading rifle. Important orders for can con* #r« ir course of execution England- loi.ooo Enfield ilfle?. already altered to the birder system tiO.t OO more will b** remedied by the end of the year 42t> rifled gun*, of varion- calibre#, will alan bi1 finished by December next Hasid? - ttDO.oOO rifle? are be lug changed according to Ute Carle system (modified needle gun ; 800.0C-0 will be ready by the commencement of next J-it. 900 breech loading gun? are being completed for the fi • d batterie#. Denmark i he Chamber, nave voted several million* tor the substi nation of breecu-leading rifle# in place of the prearm arm. Holland—Transformation of rifle* to theism-: der *y?tera. Switzerland—40,000 rifle# altered :nto the Ampler Miibnik ?y?tem.aad 90.000 Wmcnester# oraered . 2uO bn ach-U aping cannon in course of afacture. Italy, Spain, Portu. a1. Greece —The breechloading system p-evai'a. Spain and Greece have orderel carnous from the miDufac'.ory OI M. Erupt, of    Prussia George Peabody will leave for Europe in May, The presentation of the picture ol the Queen, tent hither to him by Her Maje? ty, will be made in Washington by the Brit ish Minister Ultimately the portrait will be placed in the Peabody Institute of South Danvers. The Empress Eugene has like^ wise complimented the philanthropist with fin autograph letter, thanking him for hts nnex mpied liberality on both aides of the Atlantic.    _ The Ottumwa Courier ha? 'he following : Late last night a fellow entered Bawer’e sa’oon.aud when B. stepped behind bi* couuU.r to couut bi# miney, he "a# requeued by the late visitor to g-bim five dollar*. Baser din not lock, bnt mere y re plied, o. I gu. ?• not I” Bai on looking up, be di# Covered a Colt’* revolver pointed at in rather too miliar pn,xirn:;y He shelled out th* -ve <K»baxa when the viLain marted out the bac* door, fi-i lowing, but he was told to “not to fol ow. or fie wouia fi*v* his brain? blowed oat.” B ,    '    fh th! be reach'd h s own revolver, when be eavatn* fellow a puling salute. Nothing ha. boon heard his. THE NORTHWEST. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT CEDAR RAPIDS. Chicago, April 15. The Cedar Rapids special to the Journal says: Ely's Block, in this city, was burned this morning at I o’clock. The fire caught in Kramer ic Co.’s store. The rest ot the block was occupied bv the First National Bank, the Cedar Ka Did s A Missouri River Ii K Co., the Illinois & Mississippi and N. I. Telegraph Co.’e, E. Dentzt and — Steven son, photographers. The basement was occupied by ll. L Bryan, produce dealer. The bank saved everything, including The con tents of safe and furniture, and has resumed business this morning in W. M. Mack’s office. The railroad company saved its most valuable palters but lost all its furniture, maps, etc. E>y, Kramer, Bryan and Stevenson were insured f *r $25,800. The total loss ab'rnt $45,000. The orgin of the tire is unknown. Dunkirk Harbor Open. Dunkirk April 15 The Dunkirk haibor is now open. The lake ii clear on the south shore of Dunkirk. Constitutional Convention Carried Baltimore, April 15. The consi tutional convention bas been carried by 10,000 majority. It assembles at Annapolis, on the second Wednesday of May.    _ * Fire- Boston, April 15. The office of toe Pilot newspaper was partly burned this morning. The loss is $10,000. STATEMENT OF A COUNTERFEITER. The counterfeiter which was arrested in Cincinnati and brought here has made a detailed statement of all his transactions. It covers ninety five foolscap pages. SUICIDES. Two suicides occurred to day—both by hanging—viz : Theodore Berthoff and Bet-*ey Cain. CARPENTER’S STRIKE TO KND. The indications are that the carpenter's strike will soon end and the men return to work at the old rates. COLORED LAWYER TO BE ADMITTED TO PRACTICE. The Supreme Court entertained a motion to admit A. Bradlv, a co’ored lawyer of Y as-sachusett8, to practice in the courts of this State. Ile was referred to a committee on character. ATTEMPT TO MURDER. Au attempt was made to-day to rob and murder A. Dubois, principal of one of the public schools, by a Swiss named Joseph Johnson, who was arrested. NEW COiTITUTION IN PERU. Advices from Peru state that the constitution is still d* bated in Congress, as well as the question granting toleration to all religious* denominations. The latter question gave rise to an exciting scene in the Legislative hall. DRAPED IN MOURNING. Today being the anniversary ot the death of President Lincoln, the buil lings and depots are all draped ia mourning, and the flags are at half mast. General Grant’s headquarters, and mauy other places in the city are draped in mourning. FOft SA.UK.—A good -ix oar Stiff, —For particulars inquire at No. Ho North Main Street, of MOSKS DANFORTH. April 18th, l&ti7-dAW H E (.'in-in fi OrWii KAVEN AND HELL, From things heard and seen, Br Emahukl Swedesboro. At CORB E S CCE DEUS.-  Essays on the Life and Doctrine of Jesus Christ, With Controversial Note# on “Ecce Homo.” J u#t received At COiiSK’S EW AMERICA, Bv W ginal Photograj)>’p, H. Dixon-, with lllu#trations from ast received At CORSE’S. R KAL ESTATE FOR SALE, T The nnderslcned offer# lor sale the following land on reasonable terms, to-wi : 58 acres, being a part of section 6, township 69 north range S west. A;#o IO acies, a part of the northeast quartor cl se< lion 6, <own#hip69. range 2 west The above lands are immediately adjoining the cli y of Burlington, and on the west adjoining Lcebrick’s addition to Burlington. These land? are well adapted for farming or garden ing. and e?pecially for grape cultivating. On the tet acre tract i? situated the stone school house. Now i# the time ar d chance to make a valuable in vestment. Apply to the undersigned at the Wight mau House, or A. W. Carpenter. GEO W. PIERSON. Decem!ier2Sth, 1366. P S.—The above lands are well supplied with tim ber, wood and water—a part In cultivation. feb27 dtf. FOR SALE CHEAP! ! —The 70 acre# of land within ^ of a mil* of Burlington, on which I reside. Anyone wishing to buy cannot do liefer, as I will sell cheap aud on reasonable term?. For information, enquire ofO. C. Wightman, opposite the Lawrence House. D. A. BUDDE. Burlington, March 4,1867. dSm. OR SALK At Moderate Figures.  A first i ate two story brick house, new inside walls, studded above aud below, containing ten rooms, first c's?# cistern, large. g’>od stable nnd other out houses, the lot wed set with choice fruit?, a besu-tiiul location, corner ot Sixth and Frai kiln streets, North Hill nearly opposite T. W B-rhydt*. Fir further infornation enquire of Dr George W. Snyder on the premises, or of T. W. BARHYDT, aprl£dlw.    No.    25 Main Street. 0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN  Having other irn«ines? East I am abont to close ut mv entire stock of Clothing. Any one deal-mg to enter into business, will find this a splendid op portunity to invest, as I intend to discontinue hue! ness. My stock has been bought at the latest prices; the store beng only open since the 1st ot December. I have no old stock on hand. My house has a good reputation and a large cunt! rn. T E H M 8 CASH. Apply immediately to Jacob Sturm, west side Pub-I 9° Square, Albia, Iowa.    apt    12-d8t. FOR SALE—A Good Frame House, With five rooms and two lots, tree# and shrub I bery—good cellar and ciitem. At f I,IOO. Terms very favorable. A FARM OF 15 ACRES, About three mile* from the city, near the Mt. Pleasant Plank Road Cheap at |40 per acre.    D.    Y. OVERTON, aprlS-dlw__Real    Estate    Agent. B ©member (lie Piece, aprlltf Nos. 35 and 59 Jefferson Sfrost. N EW 8PRING AND 8UMMER GOODS -AT The Philadelphia. Store. WE HAVE NOW ON HAND. AND ARE RECEIVING THE BEST STOCK OF PLAIN AND FANCY STT .NS TO BE FOUND IN THIS CITY. -:0:- Th* Largest Cheapest and moat fashionable Assortment of ^GARDING. THE “EATON HOUSE,” No- 103 Washington Street, Has been refitted for the reception of Boarders, where either single persons or small families can be act om-moda’ed. apr9-dtf Dress Goods in this Town. to: AN IMMENSE STOCK OF PLASTER PARIS CONSTANTIA I    fiowm MARKET AND _    _     Flower    Store    The subscriber has I    on hand and for sale af the    Burlinglon    Miub.c    opened a store in No. 77 Third street, north oi Wash- Work*.    DONAHUE,    MoCOSH    A    CO.    ing on, where he will keep at al) t me# a full supply snyl5-dtf    of fresh vegetables, flowering plants, vegetal plants, shrnboerv, bulbs, Ac., .vc , of the best varie-.—We 'leaat reasonable rates. CHAS. SCHWUKIN. N B —Will be at his stand on the market until 7 o'clock a. rn., and iiom then till 4 o’clock p. rn. at his store.    aprll-d3mos w8t TWO PLY, THREE PLY, VENETIAN, BRUSSELS AND .STAIR CARPETS. Mattings and Rugs. pOPAKTNKRSHXP NOTICE \^J hav* this day associated with na In the Hard ware busine#?, Mr, Frank Pxablky. and bom this date the firm will be known a? Miller, Edgar A Pxablxt.    MILLER    A    EDGAR. Feb. 15,186T.    feblfrdlm BONNETS, A SPLENDID UNK OF MILLINERY, AS fllENT ON THE BE AC ET, I And oiher Poems, by J. G. Whittier, At CORSE’S. PATENT SPRING MF MS * A compl te asiO'iment of tae new Steel Spring Memorandums ann Pocket Books Just received At CORSE’S. ai r 15-tf     |_ OP A KTN RRS HIP * J signed have fqrmed a I Wholesale Dry Goods and Notion business, at Bur The Under Copartnership in the 0 FFXCIAL. llngton, lows ll. D. Ila IV- OPINION OF CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE. The Albia Union ba# the following g*nerons lines la regard t> Mr. Dixon, th* local editor of the De* Moines Knitter: Uke the large majority of Editors and «en. Mr Dxon he? net succeeded In hoarding no son. r-abundaLce of this world s goods and u« w in x this most dis r. ssitig OI alt human afflictions, b ne?? has come upon nim. mak*.-11* lot a ti be t. i’ne reud-riu^ of .-•sistance to "r- ^ and hi- little ones, who are d‘ pendent upon ■ support, is a high and holy duty which we hope ai wit. cheerio ly perform. We woald ca.l the attention of oar renders to the notice of Cbiiifon’t bi va* Tipped bhoe*. a decided ornament to a shoe. and, considering tneir Emu nuiitv. saving at least one-balf the expense in #i.lng children tapplied w it. shoe*, we would r*-Mwtmtnd them to all who buy shoe*.—J*. *• at ram. Majority in Favor ol CjuventiOn- Baltimore, Apili 15. The returns indicate that there will be IO,OOO majority in favor of the convention to frame a new constitution. Fined. Boston, April 15. In the Supreme Court to day Judge Morton sentenced Luther M. Hartis anti J-.51. Harris to pay a fine of $7/W0 each for being engaged in the lottery business. Bill for tke Suppression of Prostitution. Albany, April 15. The bill for the suppression of prostitution in New York wa a ordered to reading in the Assembly to night. third In the Supreme Gout in the ca^e of the -Peterhoff, her tackle, Ac , Appleton vs. the j United Staten Chief Justice Chase read the j opinion of the Court; holding that there J could be no legal blockade of the Kio I Grande, that river being in part neutral, and j ordering the restitution of the ship aud ail ! cargo, except that which wa* contraband oi war. The Court says that trade between Matamoras and London, even with the intention of supplying Texas through the tonner place, cannot be declared unlawful from the reason that the general principles of law lead to the conclusion that govern neutrals in neutral ports, cannot be unlawful, nor can it be inferred that a blockade of the Rio Grande was intended. The process served out of this Court in any suit shall be served on defendant sixty days before the return of said process. To day the Court ordered subpoenas to be issued against defendants in the Georgia bill of complaint case, as prayed by petitioner. The Court will adjourn in May, and as the sixty days required by rule cannot occur between now and that time, the return day must necessarily be next regular term of Court in December, and the case will tnerefore be postponed until that time. UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE, j First District or Iowa, Bloomt-ielp. Davi# e'o.,    > April 18tb, 1867 J NOTICE Is hersbv given that me Lisis of Valuation and Enumeration of pr>periy subject to tax under the “Ad” of Congiess To provide Internal Rev?ii I* to support Govert ment and to pay interest on the Pub ic Debt a? amended by the act of June AD.h, 18!14. ar d the amendatory Act? made and taken by the several Assistant Assessor# ol this District for he year 1S67. will remain open for the examination ol all persons interested at the Office of the said Assistant Assessors for tho spice of ten days, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. M. and 5 o’clock, P. M. of euct fay ; and inimedi'delv thereafter at the office oi the District Assessor in Blo im field, Davis Co., Iowa, I will reeeiv • and determine all appeals relative to er-I roneons Or excessive Valuations or Enumerations mad* and taken by the said Assistant Ass ssors. All appeals to the Assessor a# aforesaid must be made In writmg aud specily the particular cause, matter or th'ng. respecting which a deci-iou is requested, and aisu^atate the ground or principles of inequality or error complained of. J. B WEWER, aprld-dlw    District    Assessor. SOLUTION,—Th* Co-partner- ship heretofore existing between the undersigned in the Auction and Commission busine^ . ruder tho firm nam 1 of A. A L. bells, is this day die-60 ved. The busine?? will be carried on at the same stand, 64 Main street, by I ewi? Belli, who will s«itle all claims due or againm the finn. ALLEN BELLS. LEWIS BEL LB. Bur’ington, Iowa, April 15th, 1867.-tf under the firm, name and style of De Co. HENRY D. HOWARD, WARNER MILLER, A H. BURHANS. Hivby D Howard. Resident Purchaser, New York City. My former customers and friends will accept my thanks for past favors. The new firm will be glad to see them. and give them as good bargains as can be had elsewhere. decfl-tt. H. D. HOWARD. MISS E. A. ANDERSON Has just kisckivrd a stock of new Spring and Summer Millinery and Fumy Goods, Consisting of BONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, LACES, Ac., Ac., To which she invites the ladies of Burlington and vicinity, hoping they will give her a liberal sbar their patronage. Please call and eiamino at TS Third Street, HATS, RIBBONS, -:0:- FLOWERS, AC. MILLINERS AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS SUPPLIED WITH MILLINERY opposite old Zion Church. mchSl dAw tf A T GOODS!! Pattern Blocks and Bonnets, ■ ASTERN F R I O * B. WRIGHT, BELL, CHAMBERLIN & CO. Are receiving for the Wholesale Spring Trade A Large and Desirable Assortment -:0:- -OF- I)1 AUCTION STOKE. LLS ]JEW LEWIS SE SrtCBSaGR TO A. A L. Bells, Auctione sr, haviug leased the store No. 64 Main Street, formerly occupied by th* late R. D. Martin, keep* constantly on hand a l’irge stock of Dry Goo ie. Clothing. Notions, and B ot* and Shoe?. ‘ He'sells furniture and all kin”? oi goods on commission. Regular furniture sal** every Baiurday. Auction every evening. The highest price paid for 6econd-hand furniture. Cash advances made on connignments. aprI6-dly. _    _________ YRUP, APPLES AND POTATOES. FRK'H LOTS RECEIVED: Sugar Loaf Drip*, Chok* Cooking Apples, and Potatoes— A good variety— At WAITE, TRENOR A CO.’* ^aprlff-dSt. S' DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. &C„ &0. EMBRACING ALL THE Staple Brands of Domestic Goods, "WITH A FINE ASSORTMENT OF ALL SEASONABLE Dress, Furnishing & Trimming Goods Our Seinior Partner is Constantly in the Eastern Markets, and Secures to us Every Advantage that can be Claimed by any Jobbing House West of New York, I Which we shall cheerfully share with the Retail Trade of IOWA, F ORTMAN MISSOURI NNO WESTERN ILLINOIS. GROCERIES AT WHOLESALE Is not Equalled in Extent and Variety by any House in the State. Buying as we do, In IN LARGE QUANTITIES FROM FIRST HANDS, We Shall at all Time* Sell, With th* Exception of Salt and Fish, A.t Chicago or Bt. Louis Ibices. WRIGHT, BELL, CHAMBERLIN A OO. Beaux•*«>, Iowa, April ll, 1*67.    aprlfl-dtf. ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF FINE liACES, AS CL.UNV, GIMPURE, VALENCIAS*, LACE SETS, EMBROIDERIES, TRIMMINGS, SCC. AC. :0:- SHAWLS AND CLOAKS :o.- Domestic Goods of all Kinds, as PRINTS, MUSLINS, PANTS STUFFS, G ASBI NETT A\D CASSIMERE^ AT VERY LOW PRICES. In Household Furnishing Goods as TABLE LINENS, COLORED AND PLAIN ; QUILTS AND COVER-LEDS, TOWELINGS, CURTAIL IN LACE, DAMASKS, WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND WTLL SELL THEM VERY CHEAP QUILT8 AND MATERIALS, AC. -:o:- Receiving new style# of goods mostly every day, we can abow the beat, cheapest and moat elegant stock of good* in this country, and solicit a call. GREENBAUM, SCHRODER & CO. B and IO Jefferson Street, aprlO-dtf.    BURLINGTON    IOWA. ;