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i days, lays, & U EMI PROPRIETORS, I. IICIAIM*, i. Trnn* or AOVKKTIBINU. M.liri' ITIIK HT TBI IKM'ORT tSSOII \TICII PRESS, Rlar !«(.* ISM. i JE SQOSRS Or TWK1.VS LIVRS #BB 1 II IN day •0 75 'lays, iitir lim* One month, Nix Weeks, Two months, Three writhe Four :ii'. Pix months, 1 year, uu chanfe, 1610 8 atiearea 1 /ear 85i« 1 INI fl 1 36 r.Uyt, 160 17f» week, smi we.4a, son Weeks «IK) B«M »00 rirer apace charged at the rate of $7 V for each tionnl aijusre. on- l.alf square two-thirds of the above rates I ine«« Card* not In .-greed 6line*fill ntt per an: each change an additional charge of 36 cents quar- will be made. NOTICK TO ADVKRTIBKRS. rge cuU ch»rgi.l doable the same dlmeaeloas If advertisements :il,alf more than raten. arly a^vertl«ing contracts will be understood to utrlftly th.- immediate business of the adver and all ml,I advcrliseniti.u sent In by the ad «r will be charged extra. vertl •••.menu not accompanied with instruction* eini" rtei u t. i irlilil, and »rfr«• 1 accordingly. rHi^hjua and benevolent purposeslu I fre- of coat, thereafter charged as advertisements. *-rtu'iin-nts from abroad must be paid for l«- ibly in adi:thitff MiKKH u liRO. Daily aaw tte. LISi'llKIt Co, IX Ivm»krat. BA1 V'.riN W I l,K IK. l)*|iy Evening Newa CARDS. TA1I.OII A HAM.OItU, wrt»t BKCViND «TK«k1 (LE C1.A1RR It»w.) Ii.ir.-iij.rt, I'lWa, wl. aii'l re'« r«lr. 'Htx*. CI, ii:iral-,F«im«. Oil low (l.a-- Fmi -y Aitli ie-, rf'im*ry, HiriT Gold r»tl. hr. It I'M mcroKt HlCKWAW AND RlJD TK HKMOVKD 1.1 Hit Ol KIUS to K» UH •1 h'r« t, iinftb tine k w' tn Jtradjr aiid Main m»rch4-tf J. PAltKCR, !»., a s I A N A N I 8 V u a O N •'ICK—.with M' i»r*. H' K«r *i Bower*, Mo. 66, iradir Ntre«t. r« left witli them will recotVA prompt attcn IIKVSU HKMtV II. Kill! TORN'KV •itrtp/iiia AND 0 1 NKKI.I.l lit \T I.AW i Itlock, Davenport, Iowa [a'|i'i4 ®S T. I.ANK, JOSEPH J. I.AN8 IMraeri ul Cttaullori at U«, —Not. 4 ami t, Commercial Block, south-rant ..r Inn I Itrady atriM-ta. K I'l.UMtK, iino VAN ii tin an, PI.I VIKK A VAN IIO»I:k, rO»NKVS and t:..uiii.-llors »l l.nw. and Nota I'liMl, Alio aK nta .r Dm- Chnrtt-rOak In*. U«., Hartford, Ooiia., Uafrttal (*»III,(hki '•"lr! III.I-..N-w Haven, §MKl,oiii, Le Claire Hlock, Davenport. sepT E. I'l THAJ1. rOBNKV AND CHiNSKLI.Oil AT I.AV AND Ottii i, No. i'i, Uavetiport'it MKtt iotai I'llhllr Main Hir-et. fr RI.|»r.KH'K Sl'RAAti, H. BMilNKKK, AHOHITBOT AMI» St'PRU VTBNIiKNT. Alao Ti-aihi of Arcbitictural rn-iOK-t'lni lr,iwliiK. •e*t hi., ii,.,ii C,.inmi'r-Ial IVll'ite. R.-ung ncrSdaud I'1 in. II. UlllLKI,l:Kf NKRAI. COMMISSION A N PKODUCI lerrli:«nt, (Wh^ i|e»n!i.) A Kent of (he Symrime Wanufn. i »iy for Hav eii|mrt au neiKhIrl)ik •opposite R. Depot, Davaport, I,iw i "bo«i at'M W. II ll.thDR.M.II., miCIAN AND HI1KORON.—OFKIOB—PORT •PKICK lll.Ot'K llouiii' N'orth Hide of Fifth I'.-lwei ii Hrady and l', rry. Jan8ldtf T. CAMI'HEI.L, fOKN KT AND COI'KBKI.I.OR AT I.%W, n»i-:iinirt, town. OAM'iiiKirt'H Blick, corner Main an.l Heo r."'ti. d'-.18dtf «'OKIII\ A IHIU, roBNKTS AND COi N8KI.L0RS AT LAW ANII NOTARIRrt I'l'BI.I1- oe—At Mackl-t A Oorbln't Kschange o(B#, i|"rt, l'«wa. oclbtf i:. IIHCI.I., rORKHV AND0OUNSKI.I.OH AT I.AW AND JomBUKHl Ti' i of 1 f-,r OonntH 11, ut, will romptand cart ful atteiitlo::to theooller ion of «,nnnve anr'' of Real Fatate, eiamln'nR tltlea II other kinds of legal business HKNNtrr. r. \VHIT«'imi!. |H:\M,ri A WIIIT40M II, IINKVM AND OOrNSKI.I.OIH AT LAW, Notaiii" Pol'llc and Oom111(i• i- r« "f D« i1: rai-tlf"' In the Court* !•.tt,Clint..n, Jai'kson nicitlni' rnuntte-, and If Hock Inlan i county, ml tb'U M. Iiirtrlct 0'iurt lnwa. U K—N. W. O'.mer Main and ft c.mil *1 •Intil I Oil* N. (KAUroRP, TORNKV AND OOHNSBI.OR AT LAW, AND Not.uy l'ul'l.c loa—Nl"k"llt* Block, upstilrs. JaSO J. 1. IMTTOX, TOBNRY AT LAW. OIVi—up italri, In the jiilldlt'u' formi rly oc tilled l^»J. W. Wiley. Sec nd ^tre"t. daen Intrusted to his can will pnnctnal'r |e'' to .enport, January 9, 1SS9« Jan9 KA1IS, R. T. UALLAWAY, M. T. 8ANIIKRK, id Agents, Real Estate Brokers, COLLECTION AND TAX AOEKT3. A I A W A Y A S A N ATTORNRY3 AT I.AW. L' Clalro Ulock. Bntranoe, LeCUIre llall. fi( OTT IIOl Si:, I. Humphrey, Proprietor, COR TIARR10ON AND FBONT BT8. III RTIM HOIISt:, iNl'U OF IOWA A. oOMNtf 1AM HAM., J- WILSOa OCITBAC. HALL OI ITEAU, TOHKBV8 AND COI't BBM.KR3, N0TARTWS ulillCjO nimls»i'ners oi u«eIs for Maine. Ver New IItinustiir", Ma-«a'-huftt-. Sew York, Jerfe', rcnnylvanl», V irgmia, Ohio. Tennee Centn'ky, Illinois and Kiat-nuri. otHc» N 'is at one door aouUi ol 0o«k 4 Saritent's Bank If 1st, Ibft-!. julyl-dfcwlT L. SWITS, JOHN A. :'t At LAW. NW 1VI 0ANO, il Estete Acents aid Collectors, Loan and Insurance Brokers. •I. Y. SLAY.TIAKKR, UT PUBLIC AMI Commissiohbb OV SBBM FoB JIlUNtaJTA. I «mX mOKOLLS BLOCK, (|]P nABA) DAVENPORT, IOWA. Abalrarta of the Tltlea Ltnli In Mnotl (.'oaaty. vlft-dAwtf E A I E O U S E JRNER OF MAIN AND SECOND STB. DAY KN PORT, IOWA. A. LI CLAIRS, Prop'r, N. SOHCTL**, inp'U JaSO Park floiine. 'A 0ITT, IOWA. I His Larg* and Oommodioas Hotel haabmii I by the proprietor, thoroughly repaired and reao 4, neatly ornlshed throughout. In the beat BIS with spans beds and LIOHTEO WITH oai. •bUu Will be aparad to make the PARK BOtm i«0.1" HousaofUeOtty HMncmMblte set and piaaaaotly UtuaUd in tdM DAILY VOLUME 4. 1000 S A E I K O K A Ilateapwrl, .March 2ti IBJMI 13"ti. U. BcrteeO, At Wsaiborn street, 1't.k ilo, la aul hortxr.l U reorM* ad»rrll»®t»«nU f«r ibto pa- MAIL AltHANOEMKN'lB. rrlT«« dally BakTiki MAit. C' at 9 lay i-j-pt-il, :ii A anl 2 i. W«-i »:as Mai), ar k'. 10 A ali'l Sot.'TnaitN ii., 9 A a m. N u i a MA nli bS from api-roved Agents lra tsfir yearly alverlining terminable at the i of adv Uim ra, they pavin-' an advancement nf '-''i t. on th"-'iotra"t price. vertl*«iiM.-iits Inserted n il to reading matter rj'tit. advance on »iyirt rate*. ai.d kept on In |n .t. a-i'.an*4 oi. regular r.Mes. 'iraos.cit ad.crtibeinents uiuat l»e paid for in ice. :iUH!»!-.')N* A WKST, town Htatc Democrat. a. m. v.-.- dany (^Tinnay at a axl ai. n.1. Loum am. 8o .th ra Mil* noorl, nuii'-n daily (Bundays excepted) at ci«'s at 'Jam. Nobtiikhm Maii., *la Dubuque and Northern I» wa ai uvea dally (Sunday» emc«pted)at 8 ctoaas at I I ., Tia Dewltt, Maqnoketa, Ac., arrtvi-s lurwlayH, Thiirs'layn and Balurdavs, at 1 Mi oscb Tuthdayt,, Tfiar^dayn anJ -.uudaia at M. NORTHi:a* MAIL,Tla LeClaire, Princeton and Ly on s arrlv us dad), (Hur. Iiys 1 an 1 bati.r'in)ii, at 10 xcejit' dj at 7 AM clo- •i-.i a: 7 I- M. Iln knur Ofcnvf. MAIL, arrivet Tae»lays and Friday- lit IV! r!o-.i n liime Hill's. HLt a 'bab« MA I arrive la' ^lays, Thursdays A clone•, same lira' Wa.r BLirAi.ii HA I arrlv Mondays and Thttrad*}* a 0 Mil .oiea hati.c d.ija at 7 A H. TBAVKLLtK'B QUX1E. HAii.nriAr.' ,F.a«t,L»-a*e «t #.V. A and 5HW Sund.yt. pti-d W nt, leayi s at KKa Mt'id H:00 M, Hon lay* '-pt.-d. STA0r.s, North, tn Imlitiq :, Tla Dewltt, Maquo ketaand Wilt..n. leave the F-r,i,»ylvania Hou-'-,Tua« d/iy«, Jh'irodayn au 'Satur la» it 7 a N rlli.tc Lyons vih I i-Uiair'-, Pr'iiceton, Oairianele' and Clin tori, Ttieaday-i,Thursday* ai.d Saturdayh at 7 A M. Hmitti k Arnold's lineof hacks leave every lay at 2 M. Democratic llty Conveotloii The I (mo' rata of the different Wards are requested to meat, In the plac-s hereinafter 1-amnated, on Priday evening next at 1 o'clock, for the pnrpoae of lu ting lettates from each Ward, to attend the Dutii rralic City Cunvt-ntiun f, e licldi n en Satur day n'-xt at *2 o'e'e k P. at the Court Uouae io this city, to nominati- candidates for lty ofticere. la the flrHt Ward at T. J. II dines* -toie. Hi'-oiU the Bnglne se. third Co rt H- use. fourtA Ci'y Uall. fifth Wonli n Honae. Bistk Davilau l'» Warehouse. X«ooal .fTaira STAKR has received ilarper, (iodcy, Atlantic, and all the other magazine* ior April. tW Another lot of splendid blanks have just li«en printed at this ofliue. Or ders solicited, lawyers are invited to examine. ttw T'JO Comic Bouquet has just been received at the Iowa Hook ltoonw.— Those humorously inclined will liml it en tertaining. MKSSRB. EDITORS and the P'on THK .— Through the columns of your paper, I desire to enquire whether Mr. liurrill intends to support him- litpnbliran Ticket or bolt aa us- u:kl. Aa my vote may depend on this, an early reply in Solicited, A UKI'LULK AN FROM PRINCIPLE. LADIES.—Wc call the at- tontion of our readers to the fact that at the Iowa Hook Rooms can be found a work on dress and fashion, issued by Madam Duchanx.of Philadelphia, accompanied with patterns and fashion plate* of the most ac curate and correct character. Call and see them, as they are very desirable. SPARRINI MATCH.—•A number of onr citizens having tendered Mr. C. L. Cur tis, the renowned walker, a complimentary benefit, he has named Saturday night, the 2»ith inst., aa the time, on which occasion there will lie sparring between a large num ber of amateurs and scientific gentlemen. I'ho match between Mr. Curtis and a gentle man from Rock Island will be in costume. Tiik FOURTH WARD CHANOE.—The Firm STREETS DAVEHPORT, IOWA. .—There in a very general feeling in this ward in favor of Jas. A. ljuchannn, ll-q., for Alderman, and we are informed by the knowing ones that he will probably be the opponent of the bold Hiram at the approaching Alder manic election. We wish Mr. Iiuchanan Hiiivess, and think we can promise him the hearty support of the Democracy of the ward. As between lliram Price and Mr. l'.uchanan, it requires no prophet's ken to foretell the result. Btorc formerly occu pied by Wilson & Ilarley has again chang ed hands. Mr. E. II. Lansing having sold out to Mr. J. M. F. HALL. Mr. Hall will car ry on the (Grocery bu inejs at the old stand. We understand from J. J. Walley, Land Agent, that he has sold to Mr. Lansing,— about 3500 acres of land, sitaated in this State, Missouri, Wisconsin, ami .Minnesota. Mr. Walley is a successful Land Agent, and he will be happy to attend to any business that may be entrusted to him, His office is in I'.lakeniore & Lawe's Bank. CnANGE OP NAME.—By a recent Act of the Legislature, the name of the Keck Island aud Alton Railroad Company, has been changed to the St Louis, Alton, and Hock Island Railroad Company. The Winchester Chronicle of the 12th says that the work on this road will row be pushed forward rapidly. There is a force of about 200 hands at work in that eonnty. The grade is all done from Beardstown to the Great Weetern, and the ties are on the spot ready to be laid down The engineers think that the road can be completed to the St. Louis, Alton and Chicago Railroad by September or October next. "FALSE CIIARI.ES," Ac.—The "local" of the Ikmocral zette. day before yesterday admit- ed that our statement of the accident to the steamboat Aunt Letty, was properly authorized, or given on good authority yet he went straight to his office and wrote a long rigmarole accusing us of making 'false charges' againat the officers of the un fortunate steamer, and even perverting our language to help him make a point.—Ga The "local" of the a caatral Inulf, heearwral JeWtweaad D«b«qa« streato, aaar Demaerat presents his compliments, and would say, that it makes but little difference about the authority when that Authority was good for nothing. The "local" of the Gazette have gained the could probably factt had he taken paint to go to the boat, instead of publiihing the idle reports about town. We gave the facts as they were given to as by the two pilots and the aaptain we wrote our artiole be fore we SAW the "loeal" of the G—ttte, and saw ao rsasoa why we riMBld change It af ter having ssea Mai aad as la oar using afcf af U aaka a patat" ar S *a... i.vi.,. t'OIMJL PIMM KKBISili*. AbMUtSID tfUETIMU, CoUKC.IL CtiAMBKR, March 2*, 185». Council called to order by his llonor, MAYOR COOK. I'kbtii.—Mayor Cook, Aid. Christ!#, 1 liorington, Andi«»en, Hubbell, Mackin tosh, M« rley, f)"Brien, Kamuiing, Hears. Minutes of last meeting read and ap proved. The Mayor laid before the Council the re turn of the late election, to set apart the city as a separate School District, referred to the Ordinance Committee to report re •olutions for the election of officer*, kc., un der the late School Law. J. M. Bowliiii^, John Forreet and John O. Forrest were allowed two dollars each as judge« and clerk" of said election. Petition of II. Crampton and others, for crossing at Iowa and Second streets, was referred to the Street Committee. I'utition yf Win. Stolley and others we# referred to the Marshal, with power to act. Aid. Acdreaaen offered the following re. Holution he* Ivcd, The bonded d*bt of the City a? reported last year was £2S,.1iii) it has since been In crease.l by the appropriation of $10,tHi of the City Hall Bonds to |2ys,600. Annexed to the Treasurers* report is an estimate of Kspentures for the ensuing year, to which we would call the attention of the Council. As will be seen by that estimate, the total Expenturea for the next year are set down at $72.77*5,73. The estimated receipts independent of next year's taxes are$l'.», ytit'i.-.O, leaving a balance of #o3.tjlO.::7 to be provided for by tax. Your Committee are of the opinion that the estimate is too small by at least flu,own, understanding it (as we do| to be the settled policy not only of the City Council, but of our citizens at large, to meet all our liabilities as a City promptly aud as^wa know of no better way to meet those liabilities than by faith folly and honestly estimating them, and by timely preparation, put ourselves in a posi tion to meet tliern. We are therefore of thn opinion that it will be necessary to levey a tax of at least $70,000 *o meet the demand upon the City Treasurer for the ensuing year. More especially when we consider the amount of delinequent taxes, and that the city is already involved in law suits that may require considerable sums of mon ey to settle. As will be seen by the Treasurer's report, most of the expentures *of the past year, indepeneent of interest were made early the season, and it is estimated after a care ful examination, that of $101,(148,00 re ported (expentures for the last Jyear over f.'iU.uuii were paid out on orders issued, or for liabilities contracted during previous years of the remaining $50,000 the larg est proportion has been used in paying the interest of our bonded debt, Your Committee can safely Biy, that the affairs of the city have for4the past year been carried on with a view to the strictest economy, as a careful examination of the proceedings of the last year will testify. One expenditure after another has been stop ped—tirst, the lighting of the streets with gas next, the discharge of the police force, the abandoning of the City Hospital to gether with other important and necessary reforms and when the ordinance regula ting the salaries of city officers shall become a law, reducing them $5,Oou, without, in the opinion of your committee, impairing in the least degree the eliioiency of any department of the city government, we may safely say the lowest possible point in regard to expen ditures has been reached, and notwithstand ing much fault has been found with the City Council in relation to depriving the city of gas light and a poliee force, by those who looked upon them as absolute necessities, your committee are of the opinion that no reduction has been made in the city expen ses.that, liuancially considered, werenotab eolutely called for. As will be seen by the Treasurer's report, the bonded debt of the city has been increased $10,000, and tem porary loans have been made to meet our city interest, for which we are still liable. Yet we may safely say the liabilities of the city of Davenport are to-day at least $20, 000 less than they were a year ago. This reduction, made during a year of general depression in business and financial distres*, if not a subject of congratulation, ought at least to be satisfactory. $30,'.'16 08 has been paid as interest, commission and exchange on the bonded debt of the city during the last year, and although we have received no dividend on our Railroad stock, and were compelled to pay the interest on $122,000 of bonds given to the C. AB.I and M. A M. R. Ii. companies, we feel a pride in say ing, our city paper has never been under protest and whi'e the bonds of some of our sister cities in this State have been sold as low as G6 cents on the dollar, and are now scarcely worth that, our bonds hare stood as fair as the best of western securities. If the reduction in expenses and econo my which the present City Council have so judlcieusly inaugurated, and thus far so successfully effected, it followed up by our successors in office, and the special tax to be levied to pay the interest on our bonded debt, b« mtde payable In money, at rseom meadid by the prsssnt Flaaaaa CmaaiUaa at ths lstyiaa of able to That the Mayor be, and hereby in authorized and empowered to lease to John Schrick the public ground known as La Fayette Square, for the term of two years. Provided, 'aid John Schrick shall agree in the leaae to erect and maintain in good or der, a substantial fence around said tjuari-, during the terra of said ler.ne, and also in the second year of said term sow said pquare with timothy i»ra.«« seed. And provided, alao. that said John Schrick shall keep and protect from injury, the shade trees in said Cquare. Adopted. Petition of Wm. Pape for permission to lay down a drain from his premises into Tlar ri.son street, was referred to the Aldermen from the Third ward, and the City Engi neer, with power to net. The Finance Committee made their An nual report, and in connection therewith, that of the Treasurer of said city. The re port of the City Treasurer was accepted and ordered printed, and the report the Finance Committee ordered to be tinted in all of the city papers. FINANI.'K RBPORT. To the Manor and City Council of the \City of njmrt The Finance Committee ofier the follow ing report: TU' »utal amonnt of colpta ln*o lh" City Trea« ury durliiK the |.a!t year has l", n ....$102,179 9G Total p.'iynienlrt therefrom, $I01,04H,CD Balance on hand $1131.86 For full particulars in relation to receipts and e.xpedentures, the Council are referred to the report of the City Treasurer, which is now before them. As will be seen by that report, the assents of the City are the same as last year, with the exception of '27 shares of the C. »t U. I, K. R. -took which have been disposed of and the proceeds included in the receipts of the last year. a i Be it therefore liexolrtd. TO MAIL NUHHORIREKS, FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM—CITY SUBSCRIBERS LO CENTS PER WEEK. u liabilities promptly aud wi:h eauc. All of whit% u reapeetMlv i Sifned, I Siw, Tnoh. II. MoBLtt J. MACKIXT'^H !kabove inanee Committee The Select Committee to whom was re f#rred the Ordinance for the reduction of salaries of city officers, reported as follows: That the Mayor and Aldermen shall re ceive no salary. The City Clerk's salary is reduced from $500 to $300. The Marshal's salary ia reduced from $600 to $4)i). The Treasurer's salary is reduced from $800 to $400. The Assessor's salary is reduced from $400 to |:JOO. The Police Magistrate ie to receive the same fees as Justice of the Peace. The Street Commissioner's office is merged into that of the City Engineer, who receives the same salary as before. Yeas and nays on the passage of the Or dinance. eas—Christie, Thorington, Andressen, Hubbell, Mackintosh, Morley, Ramming, Sears—8. Nays—O'Brien—1. The Committee to who n was referred the matter of examining the accounts of the Marshal and Treasurer of 1H57, reported progress, and ask further time. Granted. The City Engineer presented to the Coun cil a book of bound grades of the Ciiy, which on motion, the grades that are estab lished w ere referred to the Street Commit tee, and the unestablished grades were re ferred to the Aldermen of their respective Wards. Aid. Sears moved to reconsider and amend the revolution to lay sidewalk on Main from 6th to 7th street, so that tli* property owners may lay down a side walk six feet in width, instead of twelve. Yeas and nays on laying the amendment on the table: Yeas.—Christie, Thoringtoa, Andressen, Hubbell—1. Navg.—Mackintosh, Ramming, Sears—5. That an election shall behold en in the City of Davenport on the first Monday in April, 1S.V.«, for the purpose of electing such School District t^licers as are hy law provided to be chosen at such elec tion The polls shall be opened at the Court House, in said city, and remain open from 'J "'elock A M. until ti o'clock r. M. of said day. W. s. Collins, and H. Ramming shall ac as Judges, and T. J. Saunders shall act as Clerk at said election to receive the ballots cast. The election shall be conducted in all re spects, and the return made in the sitce manner, as provided by law for the election of Township officers. The Judges and Clerk of said election shall within two days after said election, make out a certificate of the result of su"h election and return the same under oath to the Mayor, who shall report the same at the next regular session of the City Council Adopted. Aid. Hubbell moved to pay John Farrar the sum of $5.25 for the use of plow in Sept., 1857. Lost On motion, the Marshal was instructed to collect what Street Implements and tools belong to the City and deposit the same in the first story of the City Hall* The following bills were ordered paid H. Ramming, Election Clerk.. $3.Of) Panders It lro Printing, ISO 00 II Oarret!, Klre Department............ 1,60 On motion, Council adjourned. Attest, E. PECK, Clerk Argus tha bum last •pricg, wa battata eft lie aa In mfiiaiBad & lu* iM ..x VERITAS.—We U •sNMfr «*t I i -a w-* i s. perceive that our distinguished friend, who need only be re ferred to as the confidential attorney and financial depository of the house of Loomis A Co., still continues to enliven the columns of the Nexus. We had been expecting that his next appearance would be as an associ ate editor of the Gazette, be having been gravitating in that direction for some time past but we presume he is postponing the inevitable change, in order that he may more fully impress upon that establishment the color and complexion of hi* own char acter. It i* not singular that ha should have chosen the name of Veritas over whieh to Indulge in his fancy sketches, for when a man undertakea to disguise himself ha usu ally assumes that character which is far thest from his OWB but who aaa fail to da* tset the aa thraagh tha lioa'a akia. Viw-tki Mad tha laaHtf «illa» at *1 STf.t r/ Dkmo UATI (••. knti 'V.—The 1 emocratic City ik»iiveiiM"!i |,.r the iiouiination wf ean di i ttes for City offices will be held ne*t Saturday. It will be a I concur with all the report with terrni'ied not to he troubled by the Irish any the exception of that part of it that applies £aa- J. Mackintosh. (The Treasurer's Report will l»e published to-morrow.) I •l-U/jnte charity Morley, O'Brien, Aid. Mackintosh offered the following re solution I move that the resolution passed at the last meeting of the Council, for the laying of the side walk above 5th, on the east side of Main, be so amended as to lay said side walk for 150 feet, commencing at 6th street, 0 feet wide. Yeas and nays on the passage cf the re solution Yeas—Mackintosh, Morley, O'Brien. Sears Nay*5—Christie, Thorington, Andressen, llubbell, Ramming—5. AM. llubbell offered the following resolu tion WHEREAS, at a special election holden in the City of Davenport, on the 22d day of March, A. D. ls,V.», pursuant to resolutions of the City Council of Davenport adopted at its session of March IB, lS-V.1, for the purpose of deciding whether the City, of Davenport should constitute a separate School District, conformably to the educa tionaPlaws passed by the Board of Lduca tion of Iowa,—it appears that a majority of the ballots cast at said election by the voters of said City, were in favor of the proposi tion to constitute the City of Davenport a separate School District. of thn Democratic leaders, not by force o their power to obtain justice.— (iar.rfte of yesterday. It does not require any great degree of discernment to discover the true intent of the above piece of characteristic misrepre sentation and deception, with which the Know Nothing editor of the (lazttte STATE DEMOCIfAT. DAVENPORT, IOWA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARfTI 21.I851I. NUMBER 138. Convention, and delegates are to be elected to represent the different ward* at ward meetings the evening previous. The Ieroocracy are de- Bior*, as the}' were last, year in a mass nom inating Convention. The Irish living prin cipaily in one or two wards can elect what delegates thev please, but they will be out voted two to one by the American Demo eratic delegates. The Democratic leaders did not dare to attempt to oid a Del»»fate Convention last year, but taking advantage ol the tact that a good many Irish have left the city, they are now proceeding to inau gurate the Irish-choking system. Last year, after the uproarous 1 einocratic City Conven tion, at which no nomination conld be made, and an adjourned meeting had conse quently to be called, the leaders swore ter» nUe oaths that they never again would be interfered w.th by the Irish, or submit to dictation from them—and this was simply because the Irish, out-voting the American Democrats, waited two Iriah candidates on the Democratic tickets. The party leaders are now abiding by their oaths. They are determined to gWe the Irish no voice in ma king the nominations, for they will have no voice under this delegate system We shall be somewhat surprised if Irish voters quietly submit to this choking process. If they do, they will find in the Convention one, or pos sibly two wards, represented by Irish dele gates, and all the others by the very men who resisted and cursed them last year be cause they wanted Irish citizens on the Democratic ticket. If the Irish yield this time, they will have to submit to Delegate Conventions, where they may talk and swear as lojd as they please, but won be able to do anything for their own protec tion. If they receive any favors it will be by the attempts to curry favor of the Irish democrats of this city. But that kind of a game will not win just now. The idea of having a delegate Convention this spring was not, as our Conscientious neighbors intimate, for the purpose of out-voting entire party is a Irish democrats, but for the purpose of making our nominations without any of that vexation and delay in cident upon mass conventions tnd what is more, the idea of having the city Conven tion composed of delegates from each ward instead of the masses was tirst brought up and recommended by one of the leading Irish democrats of this city. This matter was introduced by him in a meeting of the democracy of our city, and was adopted without a dissenting Irish voice. There was none, nor is there to be, any "yielding" of the Irish Democracy about the matter. Whatever may have been the troubles in the democratic party in this city last spring, we nit.st inform our neighbors that now the unit—will work as one man and will knock the sands from under the feet of the Republican candidates at the next election in a way and manner that they do not dream of. We do not wonder a^^e fears of the Republicans regarding the unity of the democratic party in this city nor are we at all disposed to notice the aliove endeavor of their organ to dis tract and destroy that unity. But you are too late by far, gentlemen. The democracy of Davenport has none of that party wrang ling in its organization that is now distract, ing the Republican party of this city we are bound together by one strong tie, and are laboring in a common cause, so you had better direct your ellorts towards whipping your own bolters into line, and not try to brace up a bad cause by pointing out imag inary difficulties in the Democratic ranks. ITS WARD MUXTIKo Tlie Democrats of the ItU Ward will mret at the City Hall on Friday evtn nK. -U'llh Inst at o'c lock, to nominate a candi date for Alderman in 9%id Ward. nieh23-td 1B OKDKR. ANNOUNCEMENT.—Masw*. pro tem. t3T We took a trip across to liock Island, yesterday, an was surprised to see so much apparent life and activity in her streets. A large number of teams were in from the country, and we were told by mer chants that business was improving very fast. Rock Island is not dead by a long shot The new Council and Mayor that were elected at the recent election, were pledged to a reduction of salary, but the old members who hold over will not consent to a reduction, and as they have a majority in the Board, the salaries remain as before.— The EditorsPleas* announce the name of Jossi'ii KOTIK as »an tMaf for the ffice ,,f Citv MARSHAL, subiect to the ac tion of the Democratic City Cddveniion, and oblige mchlS MANV VOTERS. $600 A TBAB.—Wanted an activb, HONEST man In every county In the Btalea, to travel and canvass for the NEW YOBE OMMbtt* -a beanttfnl- ly illustrated monthly journal, fosnltab'.e, active men, a salary of $500 per year and a small commls tou will be paid. Address 0. P. BaiTToa, PnblKhar, SOBeskaian at., V T. Janll O E I A Now York JTtark«$* [by TELBOBAPH.I Nrw YORK. Ma-ch VM, 105ft. Pl-oun—Pirm. Sal 's i:otO bids at 5 f.0 for snpr State 6 M&6 ta ,r eitra But-j 6 C) 6X90 eomm-n good extra Wetteru 65® 85 'or r.und huopOhlo. CANADIAN FLOUR—yulet. Salts Mall, at 28 t(t oreitra. BYE Ki.oua- (j ilet 3 60@4 15 BUCKWHEAT flours—D ill at 1 S5&5 00. WHRAT—Qalet and unrhanftd. Bales amall. Corn—Plra. Bales 20,000 bu at (0c for mixed Western OAT.'—ateady 66®t0j. Bye— Uu et 89c. BAKLIV—Dud TOtuiMle. Poaa-Mess, ti mer H»te» CM Mil* at J8 Ii*# 18 -2o is about putting on a new dress. We are glad to hear of the prosperity of the ^Ir^ws folks. fcr new mess 17 tS Iw *M U Mlw prime. BEar— Firmer. BACON—Qalet. OCT MBATS—Bteadv. LARD—B«tter. Hales 800 MM at 12X013* BCTTBR—TTnchanged. Ohbesk— Unchanged WHI»iv—Nominal J7K. O A Y S A V S Soiley'i £siy'i Jl lock, o A i 1 Wr received, another aupply, pflct 18 MK ft Arthur's I.idles' Home Magazine for April, ptUe 15oent*. Dickers' Ilouaehoii Words April,price 16centa. London Art Journal for Arm, price 10 cents. American World of Pension, with 1 large Fasklea Plate. Book and Two Charts of fall sire drctats, 0 eents nden Iiluitra'.d New*. March 6,20 cents. Comic Bouquet for April, 10 centa. Reoai ting daily, all thewMiiy newspapers, Ok lea go Prcet and Trlbun*, Ac, fcc, at thi lewa Beok Rteait Mo. CO Bred fat, three doors above tha Poet Oflce. mcb?4 CHABLBB ADAMB. Aai IV feftftd vt, River Item*. MABOH SI. AKRIVBD, Kaaacx, Dodge, Keokuk. War EAULE, (Gilbert,St Louis, FANNT HARRIS, Webb, Galena. EDITOR, Dubuque. DKPiKTKD, KaoaiE, Dodgf, Keokuk. WAR KAULE, Gilbert, Dubuqoe. FANNV HARRIS, Webb, EDITOR, St Louis. River rising fast. The Missouri and Illi noi* are both coming up the Illinois being higher than it baa been for several years past. There was a very active business done on the levee yesterday. All the boats that left here took on large quantities of freight. The Ben Campbell ia the Keokuk paeket for this evening. She will leave promptly at six o'clock. A E S N E W S. (liV TELEURAl'H.) LATEB FUim EI HttPE. Arrival of the Nora Scotia. PORTLAND, Me., March *3.—The steam ship Nova ScotlR arrived at this port at 8:30 this morning. She brings Liverpool advices of the tub inst. The R, M. steam.-hip America, from Hali fax and Boston, airived at Liverpool 11a. m. of the 8th, having been detained outside the bar several hours for lack of water. The ship Magnolia, from Liverpool, for Boston, had put back. The ship David Stewart arrived at l^ueenstown on the ftth, tln» exiles having, as s.ion as the Nea|ioiitan war steaiuer left them, compelled the enptniu tc steer di rect for Cork, where the exiles landed,— Their enthusiasm rose to such an intensity that some actually kissed the soil. Another account says that when the ship was outside the straits of Gibraltar, the ex iles openly mutinied, ordering that the cap tain should steer for Ireland. He flatly re fused, when he was deprived of Ins com mand, and the second mate appointed in bis place. Cotton in Liverpool in some cases had ad vanced 1 l-»al 1-8 closing buoyant. Breadstuff were declining provisions were dull. Consols, owing to a pacific ar ticle in the Paris Monitieur, had taken a sudden rise and closed on Tuesday at ytt l-« a'jii 14 for best money and account. There had also been for the the same causeacon siderale rise in the Paris and Vienna funds Public confidence in the maintainance of peace was considerably nugumented by the resignation of Prince Napoleon of the Min istry of Algiers. The Neapolitan exiles had been landed at t^ueenstown, they having compelled the captain of the David Stewart to put into that port. The S. S. America from Boston via. Hal ifax Feb. '2"id t'eachad Liverpool on the morning of March 8th. M. Chesselaor Son bat succeeds Prince NA poleon in the ministry to Algeria. The resignation is regarded as a peace of fering. The F.mperor refused to accept it till it had been tendered three or four times. His retirement was caused by a difference of opinion with the greater part of the Cab. inet, on questions of internal and external policy. It was rumored that the Prince would be appointed Grand Admiral. Trade in France was dnll. The Constitution*/ publishes an article signed by its political directors, explaining the pacific article in the Moniteur, SWITZERLAND. The Federal Council has issued a circu lar announcing the determination to main tain the neutrality and legality of Switzer land. At STRIA. The Jfoniteur's pacific article produced a favorable impression on the Emperor. Count Buol and the leading statesmen be lieve peace will be maintained. Fears, however, were entertained of ex plosion in the Italian Duchies. Lord Cowley remaiued at Vienna. N'AI'LICS. The health of the King was such that it was aupiiosed he would never be able to rule again. The Queen conducts all State affairs, and is said to have caosed the King to sign a treaty, offensive aud defensive, with Aus tria. It was reported that the Neapolitan Oovt offers to furnish the Pope four battallioris of Swiss troops. SPAIN. Mr. Prestoa, tha American Minister, bad arrived at Madrid. ITALY. Arrests continue at Milan. Discontent was general, and there was a complete stagnation in business. There was continued activity in fortifying Pavia. New batteries have been erected and mounted with guna of the heaviest calibre. I'HL'SSIA. The young Prince has been christened under the name of Frederick William Victor Albert GREAT IIBITTAIM. In Parliament, Mr. Dumbee gave notice of sundry amendments to the reform bill, extending still further the elective franehUe. M. israeli in reply to a question said, that Govt bad not intended to grant exclu sive privileges to the Atlantic or any other telegraph company. Lord Nass alluded to the arrival of the Neapolitan exiles at Cork, but suggested no official action. It is reported that Govt dispatches sent by American vessels to the Admiral on the Pacific have recently frequently failed to reach their destination in regular course. The leaders of the old whig party had held a meeting, and resolved that Lord John Russell should prepare certain amendments to the reform btlL There was mnch excitement, and meet ings in opposition to the great meaaure were being held throughout England. Prince Napoleon's resignation gave great buoyancy to the funds in England and on the Continent Austrian securities had an immense re bound, having advanced in Vienna, from Friday to Monday, fully 4 per cent., while exehange on Vienna had declined in Lon* don 7 FAIKBAJIKI per cent, in throe days. The Tunes, journals, extend a cordial welcome to the Neapolitan exiles, FRANCE. Notwithstanding the marked effect in tha funds, of the Monitsur's The From 4'allfunst*. NEW Orleans. March 22.—The steamer Qunker City, «nli .lat.s from California to the Mb inet., has arrived below. The steamships Sonora and Ori«aba, Wh'eh saile.l on the ,'»th inst, took $l,50O, ®bn Mi treasure to Panama. Business at San Francisco was good pro visions active sugiirs had improved A erati,) volcanic eruption of Manilla, Sandwich lalauds, occurred on the 23d of January last. A whole village was des troyed by the lava, but no lives were lost. The eruption was still active on the lath ult. The Quaker City furnishes later intelli gence from Mexico, but without date. Miramn vn at Or /aba. The defeat of a portion of hi- army by Llave is confirmed. De Galado was pre|iaring to attack the Capital. There is nothing more tbst is reliable. ^Washington, March 'j:i—A delegation of Winnebago Indians of Minnesota had a conference with I he acting coniiiiisaioner of Indian affairs, Mr. Mix. Their object is to concentrute the tribe on a portion of their reservation, dividing the land among fami lies, and effect an arrangement by which the remuiniug part of the reservation shall be sold for their common benefit. 'Hie I el awares of Kansas are represented on mat ters connected with their municipal affair*. Last night the President of the I iiiftd States presided at the first regular meeting of the Washington National Monument A socistion, under the new charter and made a few appropriate remarks urging the cor porators to apply to the people in behalf of their noble enterprise. A committee was appointed to prepare an address to the pub lic. !-T. Loi ih, March 2S.—'The Fort Smith Tuna *nys that the Cherokees driven from Texas many years ago, are about to com mence auit for lands granted them by Mtxi co. These lands comprise the moet fertile jiertion of eastern Texas PORTLAND, Me., March 23.—The mails by the S. s. Novascotian, will be despatched south by the afternoon train and leach New i oi k about o'clock Tlmrsdav evening. N E W A V U I S K S F«r Silo at a fUrgalB. A PAIR of heavy Team Ilorres f"r sa'e heap for r*"h. WHI KNVI fheip saying it must not be regarded as a retrograde movement caused by the crusade which an active propazandi had succeeded iu raising against the Emperor, in Germany, ar ELDRIDCiG 4 WILLIAMS, BBABY ar., BBLOW BKOOND, ••*l32 Bar-sport, lam. ioi ion. PJ1HK CJ-|I«H|.»! ,:ilj, |,en .n r^gBHiri A Arm. name and «:yi" ic Iii-|I98-3: rig under the At i s^ tsl OlbUfBt 1h trill oay tin0fi Vfi v matUH' All perc.,11 Indebted t» th- suB D. It 81TKI.LIY, noRKRT OBHOBNB Msout. AGOT.TJ CTIAtN HIIU.'ICLKT The llDder wUI aiiKah y rewardud by leaving it at this safes moh28-'f 'opart nertihip. NOTTCathi-, is rtby Kiven that the underalKn»d hav dav, nrid'-r the ^tvle or Wnpie-rm^iiM A Hill, a.-soclatMl tbi inselvea and l«m«t a copart nership for carrying on th Grocery lio-lneas A. WCPPBRMANN, wm hall D»veaport, lows March I, IS69 In"h8-2w JTE If* GOODS! *©\V OPENIWCi, AT S I S V A I E Y 8 0 E A LAKUE AtUMIttTHBNV or W w w n O e u 8P HMJT&i uchl7 dlw These arms are superior tn any other now in use. The rspldlty with wbirh they can be etsohsrBed (thirty-three tunes In thre) minutes,} THEIR ACCURACY AND RANGE, render them wore destrsMe than aswether gaa, lor the ass ef p-raous goitr to ths U o n i a i or scraes the Plains. No one »ho aid l«s*s wltheut flnt (e:srlnK one of thsee Celebrated AJilss. HILLS WASHIWMN, A«aMa« Ms. 66 Bra!y St., Dsvsnport, lows. Pike's Peak Stern, ful rua, aad every thing in the line of m(table for the Sold Mines, constsntly on hsnd had farnlshsd at short uotlce HIM.S It WA8BBDBB, SMhia WHBBB and ether leading London pacific artiole, Lon don journals sneer at it, and throw strong doubts on its sincerity. The Vienna papers also criticise it skep tically. Constitution^ reasserts thai tha Prensh twapa are avaaaatiag Roma. •ailed at Uftf* BoMob, Karah ta.—The Arakla i 9*41 we invite all r*«nlrlai ttoeds In oar lins of businsss, to call and jsdge for themasivss. 0eM Papers, Oaks, OUsed, Fancy, WEEKLY STATEKMMMT TMB WBEXLT8TATBDIIOQlif is ruBusaxo svxav 1 THIRBDAYMoftnino, OR LASOE. CLEAR TTPE, AT MOO PfiR ANNUM, IS AOTAAM Baiee ef Advertising la tfeo WeeAlfc* OH# tquasr (of 12 lines) one »iit |S gf additional insertion as square one nontn months three ini'Uthf CARDS. ARCHfTECiI KE, i'ARROI.L ((NllRAii ABCIIITEOTB. OrricE—Bo. 1 Metn poll tan Ball, sscsM stMgt oc*4f Pr-oivl st., Davenport, fowia. JOII\ T. Kl*«^ REAL ESTATE A EXCHANGE BROKER, NOTARY Pi bli. A COMmssmata or Daiua, MmK CLA1RK Ao —ii fstrr ATTiiRar.vs CA. Kmj'tire at the I.nsiVr Yard, rorner of Beein 1 *:idt! olt stni is. mlia.' OKI! K WOf»D »#f i* 4* oons no irvv THOSE BEAUTIFUL GOODS HAVE ARRIVEti And are now departing. We PVopMu Selling at Smaller Profit* I Than #v*r l»eforp# an of roars** lower tbftii thflfoni be found vest of the Mtatftatflppft RIt-T. ObM Kafir, Examine for YMsrsoives, AT THE BBUM. Aaeat. OOts D.B.—» Sos, Parrj strest. Miss Y" And nnlepi. you appear at the n «t term of lbs Hintriet Court, of ott eounly to be holden at ths Court lloua. Hsvenport. on th« flr.t Monday of iv, a ISftV, at ten o'clecR in the hrituos, sad an wer ns-d petition, the same will I," tiken aa tun lei" d, and a deeree made an preyed lor la said M* titton March IS, 1S8». tftn are requ!-e^ to uiake payment there.,I t., O. B. Shelley w ho I al'-ne auttr ri? to n-ceip*. for the eame and win will also pay all debts due t,y the firm Davenport, March *20, IK* .ri Bm s ea & t« i no 1 «w 19 ua .*oea II V !ll"lltll... "tie vear............... Onscalmuu.oiie rear. IJttll £nlmtf^ Jaall Davoaport, law*. J.THOBIMTM, B- B. BROWS, J.ARHSTSOaa. U.S. mnitssioner. THORINOTOV. BBOWN A ARMSTRONG!, sod t,'uuiisel..rs. Davenport. Iowa.—• Oilier, Nn- 3. Ni. kuila' Bioek, Oorasr of Nn^ snd Bit oud itm is. JOHN r. nbwhkrn, CI.OCK and Watch Maker, aad Bnxraver, Brady atredt. between Beouiid and Third, DaveMOVt. Iowa Jew iry made and repalrsd. IT lildski a put In Spectaclc* at nichl? Dipnt'i Uupowtor. Bsnul Nil LE(iAL. Notice. Ltrjral la District Court of Suott Count?, Hi-noln* H.direa, 1 Anton Wanner and V°rl«»»al Mottoe. Michael HaM To Anton War ier, di ndant: Ob .ire hereby notm thai there is Dow Pa tie ia illee.f tin- Clerk ,.f ||,e Pl.trfctOo^rtof BS' U euiini\,a |i«ttt|..n lieooina S breo. eiainnas of von tie- ^um of twobiinditd ana flf y two dollars, with lti'err»t thereon at the raieof ton per ceul f'oni tlip'^Sthday of Mar'h, isjs, as money da** on a p'o History rwte ilat. March tf, tiy Anton Warner and M.ch»*l Ha 1.1, Ioi the .urn «f tWo lisndre I ai.d htty-two dollars, with (Lter.-st thereon at the rat' of t-n per cent, ptvable to lleti ntiiK jv.lni n, »evMi months after date and von aro turtlcr not I lied that the xtierin »r ral-l ri.imiv hav Iiik retiirrml the.rlilnal n, lie herein wit I, .1 return ii..t found an to 011, an order wat- -nter it th* January term l*ft'»of said ('..art that 11.11 t-aervnl Willi nolle,* IV pul.lieation a.. rlltlK toliw and on a e fur :b 1 not it). ,1 that u'Hess \r.\i shall appi ar and anawei at 1 Ii*- ne\l term »sld I' strict Uuiirt, to b'. nol I' nat Dsvsnport. Io vildnomty.on the drat Monday in May. A i 1*«6li. luiU-ment will bs rt dered r. tln-l you ior the amount t'Jalnietl, with la t-re*t and e..*t«. Dateil Davenport, March 11 |«.H, PI.I HER VAN IIOSKM, Plaint,ff's AttorasfS. l#'t the foregoing Ihi pubiisbel for four weeis tie- p,Hv low state Democrat,tiegliinuiK on Wednes day, n r, I. TJ, MbV iba M. oirioan, meii')3Mltw (Jrs of Itiitiict opart. IifS«l Notice. In District C.iutt of Bcott County. James Tuft, V*. YOI! Klualiet Hniitli and Ji hnSmith, her hu»hand, ao culled be au« thsir real namss ar* iiDknown. To said defendants are hereby notiBed that on or before March '/H:h, 18fctt, tbeie will be on 01s In ths oflessf the ('lerk of the DIxtrM Court of Brott county, a pe tition of James Tuft, rlaimlng a part or lot four (4) In blork thtrlv-fwo CtJ) iti the City of Davenport, Scott county, Iowa, and more particularly described as follow., town: Commen. Idk at the »r.fh-«*at corner i said lot, runtilni! there* north about ferty (40) fei't, theni 1 «eat littily ("H) f.-et, th»-nee aoutb ahotit forty (4u) feet.tlMti east eighty (SO) fssl, to the pla' of beglnnliiK, b-eaiKe the puirbane money for said premises was paid by said plalBtif, and lbs title there'o tak'-n In the name of Martha J. Tuft, without thee intent of said plaintiff, sad said Mar t'ia J. Tnrt was merely a tru»t«» f«,r pl.intlfT and SSid Martha Tuft txinc dead, the aakl Blirsbetb, her daughter, and the said John, who*e names ire tinknovn, are made |art|ea d) fendatit—the salSBItz aheth heliiK the heir ol said Martha, aad ths said John, hiinhsnd of the said Elisabeth. PLUMRB A VAW II08BN, Plaint Iff'a Attorneys. It Mn: made to app' ar to me, by andavlt, that th" a'.ove rame'l dsfeii'lanta rannot be found in the State i.f Iowa, that a ans" of action ealsta against tlcm and that tln-y ar« proper par ies to an action r-latti K to real property In Uis Htate— to wblsh said defendants claim an tnterei-t—It la ordered tbat the al'ive tiotpe bepubllnh4*4! for four weeka in ths Oa'lr Iowa State Ii mncrat ai.d that a 'opy of said nolle and iwtiUmi be forthwith poalted ta ths Post Office, directed to stid defendant*, at their rsg. I'lenre. CB A KI.K.1 WBMTON. iic Ii28-d4w Co Judge of jsoott 0e. Lrval Notice. In County Court of Beett County, in the WHRKBA8 a o o o s i k e s e k Slurp*' i 1*111 I CAN now be procar'd In DaveapAft at tha Meve Store of Hills A Washburn, At Faotory Prlooo. 1 the claim of John Vsn Bvera vs. the administra trix of the goods Ac ,of Luke Vanlvera, deceastA. Present, llou Cbarl'-s Weston, County Judge. Janu.iry 21ft, 1HT.*., on the IDlh day of Dscember, a. D. l-i7, ti|ion a hearing of the parties above named, it wss satlsfai torlly proven to the Ooart at tbe abov- nani'd Jobri Van Kv»ra was .ntltled r'Svr trom tha admlnislratui atx.ve named lite nil anioiim of Ue claim tlieretofors fllel In saWI Court by him, to wit The a IU ,,t ti-ree nn4re4 do lark, w th interest th' re, n at leval rale from gu«t 1 1^*5 and the .aid Coert then and tbsr« ordei H'l a 1 adruinis'ratris to pay to .aid John Tan Eve,., -a H'lni wltb Intermit aa aforeud, wbtch the aald admiDlstratnt. though mors than a jear ha-, elapsed ba. utterly H-gleinci and r.foaad te do How n applii at.Mi of ibe naid John V.n Evera, Ik heretiv order.11 that the stid sdinlniatratrl J^ste V.a Kv ra, and i-ur-tie Jamea H. Orsham, ti' o.Ke Wsshiagton Keener, aud William Wella, bo inufionel ti be anl appea before the Cutrnty Com of Bcott county, at Ilia tt-ort Hou.* in the city or Daveiip rl, on th» tttMjflpnday of May, a. ISMi, atten o'cloek In th.^Peafcon, to sbowcasse, If ativ ibiy have, why the aald administratrix has ont psid the clsl'n si ..rdend to be pal' sa afors said. Titiieas Casrlsa Weiten, County Judge of BasM count., at the Court rtuus* a, tbe city of bsws- port, thla twi nty first day of March. 19W. CBARLBB WBSTOB. Plvmer A Vam Hosaa, Att'ys Legal Notice. TUB STATE OP IOWA iM 8c .lt County, A Stoltenbarc A Os I R-"n otriiln a. Ooald and /•Oriaiaal MeUes. lis rah K Qonld. To Per.jamln S. flon*d and irah YOU AsskfU and tlasie, la grsat variety. Oeld aad Osamea Ma, Paosv Oartalas, Plrsboard Mats, Bordsis As. Alee ra ta all its besnehss. st Ar Pike's M*emk. ALL WON sons 10 TBI BOLD MOIM, wtll de wea te ohtiln their saaaly el Xe^lelBM, DrBgi, st lhs QM atgtd al Oiawsaor A VUiehlM, aa wt wut nmiii air T. V 86 Brady atrsst. PfaU PaiMt I Pry Cacmpti C. SHEPHERD A SON, Have removed to •OMBBB BAST 8BOOBD OTBMM CimTrT- are hereby notified tbat there la Sow on Ale in Hi" ntc of the C'ica of ibe District Overt ef saldo.onty, apt tion of II A -toltenbmg A Os, elalramK of y j'i the um of o«ie loindrad aud foar tseu doilara and interest at th per e«nt per issia fr .in 14th day of Angus'. A K'it. aa mncey das on a promissory note dstil Asgn-t Itta a 1867, eateot-'i t.y raid H-1 .mo S (oiid and Barah •Sue Id, for the asm on- hnadred and fourteen del* l*r., paia'lione y ar af i« it. date aad yo« aps further notified tbst tne Bbsriff of as id osanty hav— 11K re' nrn^d tbe originsJ notice herein act fosad" to von, sn order wss entered ai ths Janeary term l-iS7, "f -aid tin, that you be served with Mtks by p'lLll'a ii accjr.liog to law. And ye ire further notified that aalese tou aa* pear arid ar-w*r »t the next term of aald Dietrtet Court, to b« holden at Davenport la said county sa ths fl-at Monday in May, A 14M, fwSgmsat wtu be ret.dsred afalnet you f^r the atuouat isrereat and eoets. HI Dstsd Daveuport, Marsh 13,141. PI.UMBB A TAB W09BM, Pl'ff's Att*y». Ut the foregoinf be published fcar weeks la tha Weehiy Iowa Stats Democrat, tisslaalaa ea Weten. day, March A, ISFIS. IBA M. OIPPOBD. mehM cisit feott Co Dbt Cswlk JTubtie JWstiee Iestste BBBBBY g1«e« to all perssm iaterested la tha of I. Kimball, Ms af BcoU scanty, de "--Kr-iiitiirtnasa. aasMBlslialii ef setd e«tate, will, o« tbe 1st day sf AarB, A o lBBB, prseeat to the County OesttM Bsstt atay.ha ae assist lor Baal set Ismeat. aad as such adminietrster. Be wB ales i count st raardian of (Voras Kimball sates W Blmbal, aadlMfB I and aak for a full dtssharae therefrom, March 18. 1MB. mehlb-l w New HMritaf Mi PpnmtaMhsnhavei -mU .4 ei'^iw«4 timtt* «0..a firt .. 19