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TERMS. #7.00 PER ANNUM.
VOLUME 9.
REAL ESTATE
AID
N S I A N O E A 9 E N 0 Y
johv is* iwm & Oo»i
jeC* urwrn, lacBAXBB.nu, «. r. xnea
MCiCOU-S' BLOCK, (UP STAIRS.)
BEOOKD BTRBMT.
favm«4
•raw Ltli Per laltti
A Gnat Biigiia.
No. 49. Thea eligible balldiag tola eoraer
Twelfth Mi BMBlslaad atreela, Mac 160
i*lMl IM MMtln41M
(kwnMiit keeklalaad
Sw
iUNI.
ni ikm la a TIIJIh
IomU
Oa improrad, aaiaaambarad Racl EaUta,
W«tmore*g Addition
la aow laid off into lota (ot all ptioaa aad thay
are ready tor *ala oa vary aaay taiau aad at low
prioei. iion»e Lota, Btoia Lota, Warakoaaa Lota,
aatory LoU.
Farm Waatei.
We waat to purekaaa Improrad Fanaa Ikaaa 60
to 160 aaraa aaoh.
V&k.
Varaae for sale.
60 aaraa, aM Unprorad aad aadar fbaaa, 6
_Bilaa lrom tho alty, with axaallent hoaaa, (9 rooma
aad aaliar,) wood www, waeh hoaaa, bar* (it by
feat.) apring, two walla, alatarn, orchard oi aoaireee
Caaplea, paara, paaahaa aad aharrlea.) Prlaa (MM
jroba aaaa, balaaaa on a tarm jf yaara.
Mo. It. 60 aaraa, fan aad, a part Improved: being
a part of Margar** MooPa land, adjoining Mr. CWi
vaCa plaee. Thla plaaa la admirably adapted for a
garden or grapery, prlaa |l 600.
Mo. IB. ao aaraa, all Improved and andar tthee,
wtth hoaaa, at lllakory Orora price |LM Uae
third tub.
Mo. M. l* aaraa aolmproreJ land aaar Daraat,
at 110 per aara aaak, balaaaa la flra yaara at taa
par aent.
Mo. 60. aa aaraa, 6 ml Iaa from the alty, oa the
Daboqae road, all improved and aadar fenM, with
hoaaa and atabla. Prlaa 61WML lwo4htrda may re
main for a tarm of yaara to ealt the purehaeer.
MO aaraa la Uaa Uaaaty taa improved aad aadar
Han Prlea 0M*a, K caah.
Mo. It. ia aarea near WalaotL (a Improved aad
••dor fenee) with hoaaa priaa $1,106.
Mo. 16. 4» aaraa la Wtnflald towaahlp, all lm
wrovad and aadar feaae: price
HHl
Mo. lfc 1« aaraa ta MMt aoaaty, 111., ia mllea
aarth of Ohio MtaattaipM B. It—ammpraved
atlee 1606. Or will ba iwtayri for property la
laott. Oedar ar Johuoa aoanuea.
1600 aaraa ia Powarkiek Ooanty at $6 per aara.
400 aerw in Iowa County at $S par aara.
1660 aaraa la tttau ooanty at 61 par aarai
DEMOCRAT
Farm,
Ualaprofed
CITY LOVI,
Pwlllif IWM Aad Itw,
BOVJdHT, SOLD Ann LEAIBD.
OD km
vary
torn aaoomaoaiy iwj-* saail moiK
•m liw halaaiis ea loag torn of yeaa
lew raa cf laasat.
V* 41 Letoa Brady stmt. wsst
iMi,
96 fid
B»itk UffMliNp-friMnn low. Oij»j
Mat fsr the lA« money to build mill bo leaam
fur a Mm vtitri ss'x asr canI.
IIB4atstreet,160
Ha 0a
fMl froat by 150
PHm $1
fHt deep fwwi
par froat foot.
Jo 6 tfa Third itmt) lot No 10 Parke
r*a a4
W«. (ssrasr lot,) pria 9900.
,Ne SO 4 hosss lata ia Davisoa A Tree's ad di
ttos, 9160 eeeh. Ttmi easy,
Noa 61,6)1. 66. 60 aoass tola ia Slayaekor'a
•idilloa.9100 to 91&0 aaab. Tama eaey.
Store Leta For Sale.
Wo 47 Oaa oa Foarth itraat ait Mat of Brady
•teaat
No 46 Foar on Foarth street aaar railroad do
peI.
OScei for Hem.
Mo.6B-6T. vary eligible ifci with aate»
ma, aaar corner of Brady and Baat Beeond 9
la.
Ma. 66. Aieo, faraiahad aaitea of reoaa lor ela
gla gaaUeaea.
rim C'lAM for ItML
Mo. 4. Weararaady to engage to raat or to aall
hpaeoe (aaw building) to ba ready far oaeapaaay ta
May or Jaae next—plan* of wLleh ba aaaa at
ouroaaa
•tare to Beat.
•a. ML The wool etoro and buaaait In Metro
politan Moek, now occupied b/ Maak Uo., UM
iaat deep paeoeeion given April lat.
•MIM for tMle.
Ma M. Ia Mollaa, I1U, a two-atory lirltk dwall
i| hoaaa, will lot ao by lto fact, aorna Lyadaaad
Aaa atraata. Taa boaaa ia ta
iokI
Thla la a genteel and a tuet tlaalrabia raaldaaoa,
aalag In axaalloat rapalr, fine aaliar, good aletarn
Lot fall dagtn (Ua fe«t.)
FHaa 6«46a, oaa half ec«b balance (1,000, In ona
yaar 6l,aae In twoyeara at elgbt per cent, intareet.
_o. aa. Brtok hoaaa aad low, aoutiieaat corner of
M**'** oad Main aimata, kaown aa thaThorington
aatat^ llOfaa* front or, e«eli atraat. frla* #a.aoa,
two-tniraa aay raaial for a term of ycara at a low
rata of Intaraau
Mo. aa. FramadwallHg boaaa, aoath alia Third
of VTarraa at raat, andtlot prlaa |4aa.
Mo. 8. loable hoaaa eoathaaat oornar Moak 1*1
aad and llih atraa.e p'.lee |S 000.
Mo. I. Doubia hou.M weat alda of Parry atraat,
oornar UlU atraat pnee «6S00. Two-thirda mm
remain on mortgage at aiz per eoot.
Mo. Frame tioueo eouui 'Ida Third atraat. one
Billo weal ol Brady •irmi, pnoa 61600. Two thlrda
BMa rvmaln on mortKage at atx par oant.
Mo. Maw frauo huaea on Brady atroat (a gaa*
taal ra*ldenaa trto« |3 S00.
Vaii.»l»ia hoaaa with SJK aaraa of laad
wall atueked vitli fruit of all kind*, with atabla, ear*
ttaga hou.a, wood houao, eow etabie, wagon abed,
aletarn, two wella. paalare orchard ai.d young
grore—tli whvla plaaa w«l fanaed and la perfaat
order ar.d rapalr prlea|t.000.
Mo. 4. Frame houea aait aide Ktplay atraat. ba
twaa ii let aad 6d etraala, with lot 60 by 6a feet
prlaa |l«o0.
Btorei for Sale.
Two Talaabie atoraa wall raatad, aaay
Mo. 66.
|t,a00
Te Lean ta Saw to Salt
v
1040 aaraa a Clay Coaaty at 1 par aara.
NO acre* la Haaoosk Coaaty atfl par aai*
1660 aaraa ia Wlaaebago Coaaty at 91 far Mr*
9006 aara* at 91.M per aere.
9600 aaraa at 76 aaata par aara.
960 aaraa InTamaOeaaty.
1M aaraa la Story Coaatyt
961 aaraa la Wlaaeakiak Oaaaty al 99 pat
496 aaraa ia Qraady Coaaty at $8 per am.
996aeioe ia Batter County at 9 60 per aan,
990 aaraa ia Mower aoaaty, Mlaaaao
la, at |tW
par aara.
946 aaraa ia Heaatoa Coaaty at 92.60 per
FIRE INSURANCE
Imstaim ۥ.,
Pkciii Ptn
Illufle fin hnrtiM Cta,
LIT Flra liNtnee 0%
Or RIW TORE.
City Fin lamnieeC*.*
OF ARTBORD,
CORN.
iprlBfCeid-Fir« Imraice C9.,
Ok'
SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
LIFE INSURANCE.
CtflBcetlent Lift iMraace
Httmriij
a. M. Pirtawa 0ow, la. S7 rark Eow, M«w Ta^k
uta iiiiM.lwaa,a»aa» agtaUi »hn »Wia
i nftiirt.lalahalHHIaaartiaad lahnrlf
i,l* aathar*
E I Y
Ordbu
ALTMAV'b Icb
FOB
FOB Salb.—The
Ripktitiov.—Thote
a eaattion. ta
aow raatadt poanaaloa (traa in 60 day a. (Tha
koaaa aoat (UN.) rtlaa of hoaaa aad lot 61-606
aa*third aiiah, balaaao oa loag tlaa at
torn
iatoraat.
Mo. 66. A brtak dwaiHay huu»a oa Xaat Baaoad
Btraat, 61.106 i aaua oath, balanaa on ttaia at alaht
|H nit,
Mo. HT. Tha aatata aow owaad 'id oaaaplad by
•oorfa ri. U. Uaw, Km)., baiaf tha dwelling hoaaa
aad thraa fall lot*, trootiag aouth ayon SUta itraat,
aorn.r of Faraaai atroat. Thla hoi iaa ta in parfaav
NMlr.knlit baaa tttad ap by lt.« ownar for him
aalf. Tha aaUra anaayaaant of Jia hoaaa la taata*
fal aad aoaflat*. Tha vlaw frora thla plaaa la nn-
aavpaaaad. TarM aaay.
Mo aa. frwu asttaaa
1 aittaca hoaaa oa Third atraat, la
•raon'a Addition. Prlaa MOO.
Mfc T. Tha twa«tory brtak dwelling hoaaa, aoath
aldo Foarth atraat. batwaa a Main aad HarrUoa
atnata, aaat waat of Dr. ilw'a rMld.uea.
left with
Olaatatd A Uavaaa* aad al D. Bwaa'i old ataad
will ba proaiptlj attaadad taw apl l*8t
north half of block
20 (aaw oaaaplad bf AlUag WUliaaa' laaa
bar yard) aeb-dtvMad la aaallaod larga lota
by W. Uarrtaaa.L—d Afaat, ap9-lw
1—
Plata 9nd ornamental atitchia^ done
oa a«ta aotiaa, Ala* faaktoaakla draaa
aad
aloak makiag, avar Wadavortk'a atora« aoraar
af Baaoad aad Brady atraata. 9t
BlAVTirut.—Ladiea, have yon aeen
tha lata arrlvala af aprlag atylaa af draaa gaoda
at Wkialar'a Haot, aall at aaaa If yea have
aallagala. Qalak aalaa aad aaall prolitaat
WbUigr'a.
SBCOBD
CiTAur,—Thia regiment
waa at (St. Loaia yaatarday aaratag, aad MJ
ba kara to-morrow, Tha raaaptfaa aaaalttaa
oogbt take Imaadlata atapo ta prepare for Ita
raeaptiaa.
FOR SALB.—•
valaable farm of 160
aaraa witbia 9 ailaa of Davenport, Baott Co
railroad rana tbroagh a portion of it, and a
aoaaidarabla portioa aadar cultivation. Sold
to eattla aa catata. Apply al thla ofllaa.
aab26aod4w
of oar read ere
who attaaded tha •xaallaat Cooaerl given by
Mr. J. G. Wallaek'a elaaa laat weak, will ba glad
to Uara that it ia to ba repeatid by argaal
raqaeat, oa Wedaaaday, the SOth laat. S«a
corretpondoDee.
WBITB'b DAMCIHO ACADKMT.—The
laat tarm af tha aeaaoa will aoaaaaaa oh tha
16th. Tha elaaa for maatera, miaeea aad ladlaa
aomaaaaaa oa Satarday, tha 14th, at 9
TO
THB WAT
far aa we have been
able to loarn ao aaa baa taken aaffieieat (atar
aat lo tho proportion to light tho atraat lampa
to go among tha tax payara and get their
opinion evnoerning tha aaatter. Thia ia tha beat
way to|t«at the qaeatioa. It ia tha tax payara
who are aoat deeply eoaeerned, and they
oaght to have aa opportaoity to aay whether
they waat to ataad tha txpaaae, Wa hava bat
little deabt that a majority of thaa would
favor tha Bahama. Let aoaa palitioaa ba pat
ia eirealatloB, aad hava tha a attar teat ad at
oaoo.
It ahoald bo roiaeabered. however, that ai'
the laapa of tha tlty will have to be lighted—
aot a few ia tha heart af tha aity, bat those
oa the oatekirta. AU will hava to halp pay
tha expeaae and all ahoald ba trsatad alike in
tha benefits. Wba atarta tha patitioa
P.O. BOXBP.—We
bo
Aw A
€0
Hit Life Imtabm C«ti
OF AR IF
Jill), OOXS. 1
Hew Ytrfc Life Imrtiet Ct.,
Life Iihnmi €*,
OF KBW YORK*.
£. jitMi 61..
9ee oar
9 0
mngOLL'« OCKf BFCOND Rf
A4-
%crti«eMeaU
•Iteer Pre^ertyfMi WM^eflbia kind, and iBraly ataa
beaafably aad aeeeptably.
are pleased te
learn that there ia a praapcat that tha block
ade plaaed apeo tha letter bosee al tha Pott
Offifte ia to bo raised aa that haldara of loek
boxaa aaa take oat their aall hi lelsora aad
Ihas avoid tha arowd aad araah aaw axparl
aaaad twlaa every day at tha dallvory. Ilia
oaly qaeotion with Pntaaaatsr Roaaall rsgard
tag tha aatter ia that af aaaarlty. It la wall
haawa that »aiagla, ordlaary plalo key will
aaloek a aaora of boxae In tha Peat Ofiiee.—
Thla clvaa alaMwt aa aalialtad ah aoaa far
Tha Peetaaster haa already apaaad
asgotialifiia with a Coaaaetieat Leek Maaa.
laatory far provlMag three hundred looks of
aaah qaallty thai aa single key aaa apaa aara
thaa aaa laak. A.aaapla af thaae laaka will
aoaa be r**aivad, aad if foand to ba aa rapra
aaa tad the raqalalte oaabar WMl ba ardarad.
aad tha boxaa will thaa ba opened, Thaaa
preaaattaaa ara highly aoaaaadabloe
oy Co
1
TRACT.—The contraot
tar (arrilahlag aoaBiaaary aappllea (txalaaive
af freak haaQ ta tha troape la the vlaialty of
Davaapart, haa baaa awarded to H. B. Bvaaa
A Co., thia ira balBg the lawaat biddar.—g
Tharo waa bat oae othw propoaal wblah waa
made by Alvard
A
A
VanPattea. Mast re. Kvaa
Oo. hava faraiahad tha wbaiataaaa for the
aaapa litre andar every aaatraet thai haa baaa
lat by tba United States Goveraaeat, aad
what In more wa have never heard tha first
breath of aoaplaint froa tha Caapa aboa
aay artiala that tb«y hava faraiahad. Ia thla
partie«:lar thej differ materially froa tho
gaa
aral ran of eontrsatara. Thay aaka their
aiatraat in good faith aad aarry thaa oat In
tha aaaa manner. Tha toda they faralrh ara
Ireeh and of the beat quality. They had pre
vious |i pnttfrjj ia their bide for thla aaatraet*
pa rebated aoerly every b*rr«l of peril la tha
aity, and asappiyaf iroearlea that
Will
TOJ i
Cut
NEWS.
ft
Oog»6tt.-*Xo,6igt the aen»-
bara af the aoaaatl whaaa taraaf aAaa haa
expired, retire froa pablW Ufa aad tha aawly
eiaatad odUers duly qaalify aad taka thaix
oasta. Whether tha rafiriag aaabara have
raepaeta aaswersd tha "Graal Ixpeatatloas"
of the people U ia 9al far aa lo ay, parhepa
bat it la to ba hoped that tha leaaalag beard
of aOUlalo wW dlaUagalah llaeU in a bacaalag
aaaaer before the year haa paaaad by. Thay
hava got a broad held belora thaa. Ma aaai.
ta if tha path of daty la atraight and tharay
la thaa walk la II ar aspaat te ba arralfeed
bafora tha bar of pablte opinion. Mr. Mayer,
Mr. and Maaars. Aldaraaa, plaaao re.
aember that oflas doee aot doafer dignity
eseapt thraagh aprightnaa aad atrial aoapli
aaaa with doty. A well wrlttaa laaogaral U
wall enough la Ita way, Mr. Mayar, bat It will
sever aarry yaa tbroagh adatalatrattve da
lles aw year "poaition" thaa proa'aiaed,
abiald yaa froa pablw eeaUapt anleea yea
haw la the ahalk liaa. Ta be a aayor of tha
elty of Bavoaport i« aa hoaor that faw aaa
iroald avoid (before they had triad it) bat
sea to It, that is aot oaly Mayar ia aaaa bat
eeastblng aors. Toar load Is a haavy ona,
lat It ba carried la a dlgailad aa beoeateg
aonar.
You. Mr, Marshal, alcat, hava aoasthing
to busy joursslvaa a boat aow. There la ao
anaaaa far loaHag ao heavy retting around
to be done—that contraot la already to well
Ukan by other parliaa who ara parfaotly eoa
peteat. Daa'l pot oa ail theeathusiaaa of a
young convert at frit, and than taper off
towarda alaatlon day bat bsgia aa yoa eaa
hiod oat. Don't asks any particulars tiends
but do yoar daty or pariah ia the atUmpt.—
There ia a lig jab oa yoar handa aad if yoa
attempt to ahirk tha rapoBaibility wa shall
lavlte yoa to resign. Carrying a big cans
and waariag an ornamsotal pewter plated
tin star over your giaaard don't alone SO title
yoa to rsspsot nor parify the aorsl ataoa
phers of our aity, elaaa tha allaya nor eolleat
the taxss.
COBS
P.
M.
Claa for gentleman oa Monday evening, tha
!9th, at half-paat aevea. a^ll-dlw
Under the aign of the "big hat,'* cp
poaite Matropolitaa Hall, yoa aaa 9ad the
largeet aad ant faabloaable a
took of bata,
eapi and atraw gooda the aity affarda. Havar
pnrahaaa any of thcaa artiala antll yoa have
ealled at Farrand'*.
GLAD
SMB IT.—The
diapoeition
among tha tnelaeaa aaa of oar alty to have
their baeiacia anita made ap froa gooda of
Davenport aannfaetaro. ia aoaaaadabla. It
ahawa that tha gooda aanafaetored by Shlalda
are we 11 aada aad detirable and that tha peo*
pla hava a diapoaltlon to eneoarage that aa
prltlng fnanafaotarar. He la aurely aalilled
to tha hearty aapport of ovary man who haa
the inlereati of Davenport at beart.
IT.—It
ro DO
ia not nlwaya
an aaay matter to drcaa well and do aa at a
a trifling aoal at laaat to thia'k a great aaay.
Bat wbon ona andtralanJa tha
B«eret
OAB LIQHT.—tio
it ia not
ao much of a f«at aftar all* The aaaret liaa la
going to tha right plaaa to Bake your par
ahaaea, «nd all who hava tried Sam Perry'a ea
tabliabmant, Brady atraat, oppoaito the Poet
Offiae, a site In laying that bia ia tha place
where good elothiog aan ba had at tha lawaat
potaibla prioea. Try hla onaa aad yoa will
aall again.
right down to the work in
baad, Mr. Paol, and show that the people who
eay yoa haven't aay pluck, nor executive
ability, doo't know anything about you.—
Don't presume upoo yoar dignity bat go in on
yovrmaMle. Don't asake the aecqaalatanee
of plapa, loafera aad proatllotaa, aay farther
than duty damende, aad if you eea oaa of tha
latter bagglog the Police Magistrate ia open
ooart fly to tha resaaa aod eoaaand peace,
quiet and a reapeet for deaeney.
And Mean. Aldoraan, yoa ware aot
elaetcd sorely to tabo a aaat lasids of the
eoaneil rail, and Whit for your torn to aoaa
to eey "yea" or "ao." Your ara expected to
take soaa iaterat la the aore important af
fairs of tba oily—to be able to tell the extent
of her Indebtsdnaa wbsn asksd what tha
aataal aooeaaitlea of tha aity are, and to ba
able to decide whether this asasura or the*
ia calculate:) to beoefit tha aity at larga.—
Away with yoar favoritlea 1 If yoa want
the value of your raal estate improved, go to
work and improve it at yonr own expense,
but don't go to tbrasting yonr bandc into
taxpayere poekate to increase yoar eepeeial
earthly InheriUnae. Tbat game baa beso
played oat, at leaat, wa fervently hope ao.—
Qsve the bast Interests of tha alty of Daven
port coostently at heart, and maka It ao ap
pear every time you asssmbls.
As a whole we hope ta sea th|ji council
end this board of ofliaers aa eaaaple that
fa tare flier re aay copy after.
Mobrxo' MIMBTRKLO.—Theao
To-nigbt ecds tba firat week of the highly
seaoetaful ergagamant of thia excellent Coma
pany It has taken a long time to overcome
the prejudice existing in tho minds of the pub
lie, against this highly popular Bourse ot
amuaemant, and to tho energy, liberality and
rsspeotability of euoh mea ae Mr. Morris be
long* lbs credit Ihe combination known ae
tba Morria Miastrsls ia tho r«eult of years of
expcrlanco of Mr. Cbarlaa Morria, tho aana
gcr, aad ambreca the namee of tho aoat tal
ented perform ere io the profealoa.
The programme la arranged nader tho apo
dal supervision ot Mr. Morris, whoearapolous
ly avoids tho iatroduotioa of anything, how
ever popular, that dose not etrlatly accord
with a fia« aanae of propriety, and la In the
least calculated to mar tba uniformity of ita
excellence. The vocal and inatruasntal pir
formaaca ie chaste and refining, andia a prom,
tnoat feature of the entertainment, Meaara.
Jalee stratton, Otis H. Carter and J. H. 8ur«
ridge are imaeoea favaritca, aa tha aightly de
aands for a tripla rapitioa of thair sweat songs
will fully teetify.
After a (all eajoyaent of tho auaiaal feast
spread la tha firat part of tho performance,
comes a dcaart, latroduelag tboae mirth-pro
voking fellowe, Pell, Bimmoae, Wagner and
Taylor, who depict the e»aloalltla of tho ne
gro la lie almoet andleee variatiaa, from the
plaatatlaa to the eabla Baa Braaaol of a
Oaaday oa Spraaa street. Wa eoogrotulete
Mr. Morrle on the coapletcneaa of hie organi
st lion, whiah la. aaexeeptloaabla la every re
spect.
NOT BBBHBB^—The
fBE dBEATIBT GOOD TO TBI QB1ATE8T
information fnr-
alehcd as by the eflleere of tha aeaaw Oaaa
da,that tha North era Liaa Steamer Savaaaah,
bad baaa burned oa tho Oeaberleed river
duriag Forrest's raid, ls,*wa are glad to hoar,
loeorrael The Savaaaah 1s espeeted to arrive
at thia peiat te-aorrew. She la said lo be
tho ftaeet ball! aad aoet haadaoaely flalahod
at wa-wheel boat that aver raa oa tha Miaiee
Ippt. She lo of light draught aad will okla
ova the rapida al almost aay etage.af water.
METROPOLITAN HALL.
roeiTlTBLT fOB THKBB HIOBTS ONLT.
Thareday, Friday A Satarday Bveatace,
April 14. ISA i«.
MORRIS MINSTRELS
OKI
Braae Bad A Barlata
Fal ha Coaoert Trwape.
IMSSS and Manager CHA6. A. M0IR16.
atege Mensfw, J.
Stratum Leader of Band, J. Balilel
Director ot Amoeemeat. J. Taylor Leader of Orebae
Wa, W. Biakeaey.
Sixteen latablished Artists!
Ohas. A. Morris, tew. Bimnoaa, Cal. Wagnar,
Julee Btrattoa. O. H. Carter,
J. II. Surr dga, B. Kerwln, W. Blakeney,
Jotej delucl, U. O. MMer, Cook,
M. Kanane, Ned West, tnak. WsBs,
Anbntl
W. Aa
leal
oot.l «ha tana of tha aottraot (ais Breathe)
•ball have expired, tfo ooaaaia la tha ao"
try la ba ler ifipar*! to aatOr-laU a a»ata|l
MiBiaefe
PIVB COMMBDIANO, FOUR BALLAinnR, SBVBK
MUSIOlAMg, AMD TUBES 0ABOBB6.
The only complete Compear aow travaHag. Orgaalasd
with great csrd.br thleeeeeee, 1884.
Admlmton, tScaata Beeervo6laata,....W osal
Doon open at a qurSsr before I. To oomtacaee a
yurtsr a 8 fcacMy.
fmpMsttaiihaae^BaiitoJbaaeemwaaea
MUea la froot ofthe UaAaJI*eira
VfAa. A. MOBBM. Miaagar aad Bhaler.
A. ABBOVt,
DAVENPORT. IOWA, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 12. 1864],
urni mn.
The BMII aad Jpseaaga paehet Jaaaa Maaaa,
Jerry Woad, Captaia, will depart fa Dubuque
aad way paiau to-asrrow aaoralag. R. M. Pretty
aaa, agaat
The aall aad paseeager paekel, Jenaie Whip
pie, Jae. OaapbeU Captala, Letaaai Parkhart
®"ki will depart fa Fort Matisoa aad way
F^ata to-aaorrow aonriag at 6 o'clock. A'
TUoMa, Agoat.
Tha Savaaaah ia expected ap toaerrow, ee
ha way to St Paul.
The popaar Northern Line packet Peabha,
Captain Bill, will depart for St. Loaia aad way
poiats to-morrow morning. O. D. Carrol io the
eSce. B, M. Prsttyman, agaat.
Tag QAWEBTI BrATB BBNBWXB.—This steam
er is aow at tho Ksrtbern Lino aharfboat, whore
she oaabaaxaaUaed by the sarious ia SMambeat
mattars, aad Will bo foaad by thea a faeltlea
beat for tha trade she was aad Is especially la*
leaded far—tha af Bt. Louis and Bt Paul. Tha
Rawkeye Baa ha ban deokad aad repaired^tnd
is aow spotlea all over aad altogether in the bat
aadition poaslUa. Der repairs were all that
wen necessary. Ba beautiful ahias of great
cxtaat have been faraiehed with aew aad vary
ehoUe oaraeta, aad a aoasiderahie portl a of tha
faraitare Is aew. The paiatiag, a aaw coat bar
lag bean faniahod within as wall as without, ia
all that eaa be deelrsd. Ben Cougar has had the
ofBeo strikingly improved by altering the poeitioa
af his desk,a that while rating he eaa sarvey
the entire extent of cabins aad halls. Ia short
the (Bterprisiagaen of theflawkcye Baa were
resolved to bo up to the times with their improve
BMats, and now have their papular ateeaier a*
moJera ae any. Hhe is under as favorable ans
pieesas at her debut, if not more. Captaia I. M.
klaeon commande this steamw, in preference to
all other Inducements, and Bea Congar presides
digaifidly ia the offise.—St. Louis Democrat.
SUPREME CUVUT OF IOWA.
APRIL TERM. 1961.
Tuesday, April ISth.
1764 0aotayys Bray ton, etal, app't, Delaware
Co affirmed.
1166 Uray ton, app't, vs Delaware Co: reversed.
ltfi» Cammiags, app't, vs Long, et al, Beoae
Co revei sed.
a mi
Bateerolegleal Obaervatloae
(Under thedlractlon of Bmithaoaian InatltatlonJ
Made al Qrtawold Davenport,
JOBStbeIIIIBSBLIB.
(JUollexe,
Br
Latitude 41. M. North-Longitude 13. 66. Weat
Balght above tbe aaa, 787 feet.
ear a. BAaoaaTsa.
TBBBMOHSTBB.
6-a 17 .a .a
6- .a .67
1- .11 .14 .U
6- .61 a 73 a7«
i-an .a aa
a-aio a.
14 .a
tui.
li.i ir.a Or.a. Ti.a. Ir. a. Sr.a.tlncb
Apr. 4-a.a a.o7 aio a a e.oe
U
a 40 a ,'ooi
tt N 66 I (LOT
46 4S tf .M
a 61 41
a et a I
Mean height of Barometer, a.
10 Inehea m_
Temperature, 4} degreea mean amount of clouds
6 general direction of wlndf. If. £. aad S. W.
UkUage market, by telegraph.
UBIOABO, April 11.
FLOBB—Ia
good demand and B960e hifhar oa
both spring and winter extra ti'.ate.
Waaar—Inactive epcealative ltqulrf, but mar
kat irregular. Salee at cpeolng were made at 61.8
G#
1.21H
for Mo. 1 and 1 lTgl.li fur No. Toward
dcei market more 6rm. Several saica at tlJI for
Ko. and S1.23$|l-24 f*r So 1.
CoBB-(julet. galea of Mo. 1 at 64®NiT and Ma
latWhgOlXe.
Hioaariaas—Unsettled. Baloe early at 61.Ua
1.16, cloeing qaiat at 11.1101.11^.
Pa, TtaioBS -Market Arm at 1*4 M, and $U OO were
rsfaacd for wall kaown branda of meea ana prime
mesa pork.
Hew York Barak
TOBX,
Winter Redo
Rrs—Firm 1,6631,85
Co
em—91,63.
OATS-SI 1-6(^621 2.
POBK—9*4
oelebrat-
al perforaere ara to appear at Metropolitan
Hall on iburedey, Friday aad Saturday even
ings, Aptll 14th, 15th and 16th. Of tbsa ths
Philadelphia itoning Ttitgrapk eaye:
19.
Saw
COTTOK.—Quiet
April
77c.
at
Ktotm—tQ&iO better. 97.75(28 00 Extra state
93.00(^8.96 R. H. O.
old. 9M.66^96.n.
hew.
LAXO-Steady at 13X314.
Wataxy—1,16.
Mew Vara Stock Market.
MBW YOBX, April 19.
Oold 174 1-9*
PtveBfffirt Lvaar
DAVKMFOBT,Market.1866.
Jan. 9,
Fencing per oae thoaaaad fat 991
Barn lioarde da ftl$85
Flooring die ....... 39
Siding do .a 39
Joist and timbar^ do 31
Shingles, per thoasaal 6.HQ6.
Lath......... 4.
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TO-DAY'S ADV'TS
TRUaTkB'd SALB.
WHEREAS,
on the 14th day of March, A D,
1857, Richard K. Allen executed unto
John F. Dillon ae trastee, a certain deed of trust
oonveving te said trustee tke tract of real estate
ia tke county of ttsott, and State of Iowa, des
cribed as follows, to-wit—Commencing st a poiat
oa the east side of liarrison street, in the city of
Davenport, fifteen (15) feet north of the south
west oornar of out lot Ho. one (1,) running thence
north along the said east t'ne of Harrison (treat
two hundred and twenty-five (225) feet, thence
east oae hundred aad fifty (150) feet, thence
south two hundred aad twenty-five (3351 feet,
and thaaa weat oae hundred aad fifty (156) feet
to plaee of beginning, being a pert of said oat
lot So. one (1,) adjoining said city of Daveaport,
which said coaveyance was made for Ihe purpoee
of aaoaricg the pa meat of two certain promisso
ry notes, made by said Richard K. Allan to John
P. Cook, end dated ths aid 14th day cj March,
A D, 1*57, oao lor the cam of oae hundred aaa
tea(9110) dollars, payable la aix moths from
date, aad tho other for the sum of twelve huad
red aad ten (94,310) dollars, payable la twelve
months fVom date, with iaterestat thereto of ten
percent, peraanttm after matarity. Said deed
of trust is daly rearedod onreeords of said Co. of
Baott, ia book "A" of towa let mortgagee, page
96. Aad wkereaa oae of aid notes, to-wit—the
0) dollars
said Blah-
». aaa waereasoaooi seta aetcs, to-W
aete fer twelve haadred aad tea (91^10)
ha become doe aad payable, aaa the sell
ard K. Allaa haa failed aad aeglected to i
IO pfcj ifco
same, aow,therefore, I,
Joha F. Dilloa,trustee as
afar said, at tha raqaeat of Eraatas Partridge,
who la tho pceaateweor of aaid aetebytraaafer
aadaseigumcar from tke eaid Joha P, Cook, do
kesoby give thia pablie notice that by virtue of
tke power ia me vated by said deed of tract, I
shall oa Satarday, ita liU day of May, A V,
1696, at the hoar of two o'clock p. m. of said
day, a tho Court Beaa door, ia the city of Da
veaport, Iowa, oxpoa aad offer for sale et public
aaetioa the real aetata above described, er oo
aaoh thereof assay ba accessary to pay tha
aaoaat due oa ssidUote, interest thereon te day
of sale, costs of this advarttaaaont aad trustee's
fsos. JOHB F. ulLLOIf,
aplS-dlAwte Trastee.
Mry Kisdlisi Waod.
A
LOT OP DBT POTS KIITDL1KO WOOD
aow oa hand at ear Mill.ea Baaed Street,
for ealo at a reaaonablo price.
March Uth.-dla
NO.
Ti.
1. All persoas reaidlag on or in tha vicinity of
thla Island ara warned pgalnet earrylag aoMlera or
other persona la boats to or from the Island.
No buata are allowed to land oa tbe chore of the
Islaad ualcae the owner or owners thereof have a
pees froa tfcsaa keadqaartars giving thea permla.
alon ao to do.
Aay vtolatloa of thea orders win catall oa tha
perooa or per aoaa ao doing eoafieaatioa of their
kaate, la aeeardaaaa Wtth teatruetloaa received
froa Wa Departaaent.
All to ai oltlaaa wtU aederstaad the tapunanee
a haatBgthte poet Isolated from the sarroundlag
country, cad errefc aad wllUag ssaplliass wttk
tkte order to laap^i w^esiit
NUMBIBl
R. H. PARKS,
NO.
IM 80UUH-WATER BTBEET CHI.
OAOO, 1U. P. O. Box KW6. BT Cash
advanca aada oa property ia store. (ah7-dly
JOH9 M. CRAWFORD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PINSION A BOUNTY AQENT,
FARRAlfP*8 BLOCE, Daveaport. Iowa, [ah30
•etNpeliUs ••tei
CORBEB RANDOLPH A WELLS 8TRBST8,
CHICAGO, ILL.
ah33-d6a S. H. SKISKER. Proprietor.
J.M.
HAYING
DUNft,
Hanger,
PnlBter, Gltiler aad Wklteaer.
•h6-6a] 99 JSsst U A, id Bradf'A Perry.
WILL PIPER WILL PIPES
JYtw StffieM
For the Season of 1864.
The Largest 4k Boat Btoek 1B Daveapert,
la. W.PETERSEN'S STORE,
No. 99 West Second Street.
MADE LIRGE PURCHASES OF
Stock from tke New York Mauufaolursn be
fore tho rise,
I
am prepared to offer
I Superior ludacoaaeuta.
ahlfi
L.
W. PETERSEN.
To-ntachlMlala BBd Mill floB.
SEVERAL
pcunus
HUNDRED
OF OLD
Type,suitable for babbitt metel, for sale at
this oaoo, in quantities to suit. mhSSdtf
Gncerko, Flow & Feed Store,
THE
UNDERSIGNED RKSfRCTFULLk IN
roaaa ths citisens of Heutt and adjoining
counties, that hs will coastantly ksep in bis Nov
Store, corner ot Second and Soott streets, a good
assortment of Groceries, Flour aad Feed, which
ha will always sell at the lowest market rrise
Highest price paid fur fara Produce. Poods
delivered free of eharge in city limits.
OolOdAwlfl UA
M'L C. VOUNO.
efraiy SvppUe&.
HBADQUARTKRI DISTRICT OF IOWA
Subtiilinet Qfit*.
Davsaroav, Iowa, April 0, IBM.
BB1LBD PM0P03AL9 (li dopllsata) will be
received by the underalgned at hla office, until four
o'eloek P. M. on Friday, lith day of April
1664, for supplying for the subsifteaoe of
the United StaUa troops, stationed at the eaaps
in aad sbou^ Daveaport, Iowa,
fresh bee*,
to ba delivered in sush quantities and at such
tiacs aad places as aiy from time to time be
designated by the subsistence offlser in charge
saidooutraot to remain in force for four months,
unless prsviously torminatsd by the Comairaary
General of Subsistence U. 8. A., or other au
th'jrisjd officer.
Bidders areiavited tbo present whoa the bids
arsopensd.
The bids will he opened at tha ofloe ofthe an
4arsigned, on the 15th day of April, 18(4, at
p. m.
Tne ooatraat will be made with tbe perooa who
shall produoa the required arilcles on tbe lowest
propoeaL The contract will rxpretnly provide that
It ehall terminate in four monthe unlese previoualy
ofOongreee, na oflioer or agent oi t^e Government
or any peresn e aployed In the publlo service ehall
bealmilted to aharea in 11, or to.any.beneftt arising
therefrom. An oath of allcglanee will be required
from each bid ler, and no bid will be received with
out a written guaranty of two reaponelble partlea ae
followa: We the under.lgned h«reby guarantee
thatehould tbj above bi aeca^ted it shall be
lulflllsd aeoordiag to ita true purport and condi
tions alao tbat a written eontraet aliall be esecuted,
If required, with bond*, tbe eufllslency and amount
of which may be determined by the tflloar accept
ing tbe bid."
Mo proposals will be entertained that may be re
ceived from persona oi known dteloyalty. Payment
to be made la eush faadi a* may ba famished by
the United BUtea.
The undersigned rsaesves the right to rafaet aay
or all bids offered.
Propoaala muat be addreeaed to Capt. H. N. Da
vie, C. B. U. B. Vole Mil. Disc Iowa, Davenport,
Iowa, and should be plainly marked Proposals for
Fresh Beef." 11 N. DAVIS,
OapL aad Coamieeary of Bubeletenee U. B. Vols,
apt*
0. S. 10-40 BONDS.
TTNDIR INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE
U Beerstary
k
of tho Treasury of the United
States, the
NUT R&T10V1L Bill Of UTimiT,
has been nuthoriaedto receive aabacrlptlona to tho
NatiMil Tei-Ferty Letie
For tho eubeerlptlona to this Loon, bonds will he
ieeaedof the following deoomlnaUoae Wi, MO'e,
600*8, aad lOOTe, reglatared.or with eoapvae attach
edjM aaay be preferred by eubeorlbere
boada are redeemable by the Qoverf aoat
1BThae
ceta after fete, aad payable jTtf yaara froa data.
They hear A** par eeaU Interact, payable oa boo
da
aa over oae hundred dollars aanaally, and on
boada over one hundred dollars, semt-aaaaaliy, in
'ta.
Depoalte must be made la
Currtmm.
Ik* daf
UmOedtO
FRKH0H A DAYIE8.
MOCK IBLABD
Hatsftiatiu
OBBBB
POST
I
BAaaaosa,
Mooi luall, llL, MpHl 6ih, IMi
^£.'01VBOM,
.akiHit.T.B.a,
A rMnea,laLl.aadreaAd|h
epRdlw
TWO HUNDRED MILLIONS 09 DOL
LARS,
oa aaoaat whisk will sooa bo afaeorbed if we may
iadge at tho provloac sueeeee of similar appeals bf
tee Woven aoat te tholspslpoepia
try. Tkeeo boada
tt
PmHTOK JAIOa* I ifc/ 'iAiUHiMitO
W''.fr .. -UliM *»«-•«.».
Ht«3*iU 5 :T SS.-..
LINEN
C.WsDiWOKTH,cornerCloth*,
Etore oa
Lttal nndtr
the united Btatee, or la
lAs msaey it
Botes of
hatiwmil Bunk Not*
Bubasrlbere will reralve
it.
Itrcst /rem
dfiiltd with thi* .Bank,
the boada will Be
tils aosta-
Ars Raoaapt IVoa All KfaMb alttl36«
tlosse
aad tffst bettorladeccmeststocapMaHstetkaaany
security of a public or private obareeter aow oBU'
lag st gar.
martldtf
BEAUTIFUL SPMN8 800DS.
Late Jtrrivnit.
Bo. 9d BI., MetropoiiUUt Bloo»«
beceiyed
HATE
of Second and Brady
Streets, for ths sale of
Blaakets, Flaaaels, Stochiag*Tan, fo,
At Factory prica*
W O O
Bought, or taken in exchange for Manafaetare
Goods, at tha highest eash priee, at the Faotory
Janll dawtf] JOSEPH SHIE LDH
U I U S K O
Maaufaeturer A Dealer ia
FTJK GOODS
Hats, Caps ft Gloves,
FANCY ROBES, LADIES FURS.
Prices mods rata,
and sntislnctioa
guarantied.
Cbetweea Mala aad
ocl6-d6m
KEADT-MADE
O I N
At Coat Price, te be had el
9d Street, 1st door from National Bank,
DAYSNPORT, IOWA.
I haveala a good asssrtmsat of
Cents' WmmUMng
and
dtlivtrtd
at ths
tsptnst ot
the
Ososnnasal.
Coapon bonds are aow ready for delivery,-aad
Registered bona will be oa the 1st of May e«t
•y aot of Uaagrsa, tko aaaa
ot
theae boada a
Olotblnse
OlstiB, (Mam*
II1BTS,
rbleH aaall o
C9IMt0999 Work
Done at ell times, aad warranted tha heel, most
datable aod ohsapost. All ths* weat a bay
CHEAP GOOM mast eome to
nvlBdly FRANZ MEYER.
•M. m. PAXXXa. ALffttt nWABBO.
HAYINO
recsiyikg
AND ARE
every day, by Rxpras,
.ths aost datable
otytes of
Fsshioiutble Bpio| floodijof
vanoe* Fakrtea FMterae.
Ala a full stoch of Mcashed aad aahleached
H^naaaatTteWbtehwalaviB tho aMoaMe*
Emm-*JTu"*"
CLAIM,
bbcnty & rauaa
AOBMTS.
PARKER &i EDWARDBj
Mala Street, betwaaea Beeoad aad Third
Btreote, Daveaport,
0elk9tleAFay,leeattw*F9O9iw.
BEEN ENGAGED FOROYEB A
ni (a aroeeeatlag Claisss for Peaateaa, Ar
ran Jnd BoaVties,par3es eaa rdy apoa bavtag
tholr aalttrr attended to a promptly aa the buai«
•MsslftiievaatouDefaraaots aWashtagtoe
will para!
i.
STEW STORE!
w at! jlif iiiiMBi gwri ^Wi liiwii—fni
11
NEWS
PAPERSI
A.H£« NOV OPENED
Above tlie Peel Office.
et
AUElfCY FOR
SHIELD'S WOOLEN GOODS I
MAMMOTH 8TQCM OF
Among which will he Foaad
••own kLiSKS, WHITE BLANKS, MATIN a,
BRONZED SATINS, STAMPED GOLD
Papers, figured shades,
MapM
I I A I S
No. 50 Brady Street,
SHADES. SILT AND FROSTED
All the AboTe at Very Low Prices.
or Bcott and ad-
.lo'ning counties, that he is now_irspared to furs
isb, at the Davenport Woolen Faotery, all des
criptions of Woolen Goods, such as
Cloths, Cisaiaerts,
Fsttiaetts, Jeau,
Slocking iris, &c.,
By the yard cr piece. For tbe convenience of the
city trade, be bea established an sgency with Ma.
SAM. PERKY, Merchant Tailor,opposite the
Post Office, for the sale of and with Msu
W.
'|r »„J. ,* I
S! li! 'i
/. W fU.w
15 CENTS PER WEBK.^
li. NUMBER
141.
S O E S O I
HILLS A WiSlMttH,
Mo. 65 Bradj St root
BeariySeppoalte.Post OOee,
HATE
PARLOR.
FUR GOODS OF
all kiadsrencrated,
repaired aad ro
modeled so as te
conform with the
latest fashions, and
ia tha aost satis
factory style.
a which water aevur flroBoea.
recsiyino
IN STORE AND ARS
for the 9Tlater Trade, the largat aad bea
Baser ta en of
COOK
HEATING
i
8TOYE9,
that an be purchased la the Best era aseMh
B.A W. hare the exclusive sale Ca
SARFOBD*
Celebrated Ckalloifo fftttir
oao of thoaoa acooaleal iavaalloaa enrpoa
daoad,aad fereMveatawaaad aaaBfatl hwaa
aoaal.
The aaHvatled
Tfrtamphy
7orost Oak,
Iron OaUe
OMLY
Md «(ka ibeaiia eaMae^
ha Aalaad
NN *»BW SWVWTTW BOVMIOWO VW9IS ww OOWOAVA
at Bills
A
Washbara's.
i*pfoaao'
tica a the aoaay refaaded.
They alakeap tha alehsalot
K E N I 9 K Y
flH9»)W9rit JH99l66#ej
nteaaA ||hM|
hehaopaaadainSW
aad will beep
or
j^aead ka Wa laalda Aahltk
MM VVNNMMS W S IIYIVI
ddy esmpetltioa. Also oa baad a fal stoaft af
Ttaware, fafpaaed 6al Pa
Wan, Chaaafeev Sella, PlaaBhed dp
Brlttaala Nan, Cal Had%
T—pa, SBeeele, 1
ia faet evarythlng la the Uae
4
fla, Cspper k Ihset b«aWSn(
-1 toaadaasOMrt aotfea
of attktedofieaplly attaaded
aalaagoedB aod leara thoprioae.
oclT-dwtr
i. uaiffPt
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