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».w 'i e U A i I 1 9700 FOLDMB 9. REAL ESTATE ABB •torea far tale. PER ANNUlL. RSIIANOE AIINOY. iwni jomr L- L«la per Sale* 1 Onit Bugain. ». 41. Tboa eligible kalldlng ip—priee very tow. 0«»ny: fttit by Its feet a*p-prt*mi I fir tke Ul Ai M*M«f to i»B Me OaBrady street, 160 feet freat by foot deep—foaeed. IV* 4 Ui Third itreet, lotKo 10 father's ad- o I i v U o a A e e s a l- BMS1,S*.4B. to ai41tl*a,$l#0 to flSO aaah. Tanu «M| Store Lata Far Sale. Be 47 One en Ponrth street nat east af Brady Feu oa Vaartk atiaat aaar «at1»aad da Mo 48 Oflcca for verr eligible Me. N41. A ^KnTulaM ••aaoa far •ol4. We are ready to iane to real kaaeea (now baiMiau to be ready for ee« Bifjrftteae»l—plaae af wklek mmg •a. a Ifo a Frame lAh«e hoaee an Third etreet, In •reen'e Addition, mee H0O. Mow 1. Tbe two-etory brlek dwelling hoaee, eonth aide Boarth etreet. between Main and Harrteoa etreete, next weet or Dr. Adtar1! reeldeuoe. Thle le a genteel and moat deelrabla reeldenee, being In eseellent repair, flae eellar, good eletern iot rail depth (1*0 faet.) Prlee SI.0M, one half eaeh balaaee 11,000, In one year |i,M0 In twoyearaat eight per eeat. Intereet. Mo. ML Brlek hoaee uid lou, eoniheaat earner of Vonrth and Main etreete, known ee theThorlnglon oetat% IM feet front on eaeh etreet. l'rlei |a,wa, two-thirds may remain for a torin of yeare at a low rate of latereet. Me. M. fnaa dwelllag bonee. eonth elie Third etreet, eat of Warrea atreet, aadtlot prlee |Me. Mo. V. Doable hoaee aoatheaet eoraer Moek Ul ead aad 11th etreeie prteo a Mt. No. Doable hoaee weet elde of Perry etreet, aoraar lith etreet priee fBMu. Two-thirda may remain on mortgage at el per eent. Mo. 1. Frame hoaae eonin tide Third etreet. one mile weet of Brady etreet prlee 1.IH Two tnlrd* mav remain on mortgage at alz per eeat. Ma. Mew frame honee on Mredy etreet (e gea tael reeldenee) prlee |IMa. Mo. 11. Valuable heaeo with t% eeree of lend well atoekod with frnlt ol all klnde, with etnblo, ear liege honee, wood honee, eow etable, wngon ehed, eletern, two welle. paatare. orehard and yoaag grove—the whole plaee we! feneed and In perfeet order and repair prlee |k.000. Mo. I. Frnme honee east aide Blpley etreet, be tween let aad td ttreele, with lot by feet prlee 91M*. Mo. M. Two valanblo stores well rented, eaey |f^00 To Lota ia Sum ——"1 I1' aoo-, MB*bswmt MliiU'Mii nuMMi. MIOKOIJLT'FLLOOK, (OT 8TAIBS.) BMCOJfD STREET. b^mtl 4 Uataprtfri fim, CITY LOTA, Ihralliac Mtmm Mai •Utas, ••VflHT, SOLD AND LI1IBD. to Salt, Oa improred, mntaeambared Reel Estate, Wetmore's Addition la aow laid off into lots (ot all prieos) and they HO iaa4» tor aala oa rery eaey terms and at low prleee. Hoaee Lots, Stole LeU, Warekoaee Loie, aetory Lota. Fama Waatad. Wo wnat to parakaaa iapravad Farma from ta IM aeree eaek. Varaa far Bale. •a M. SO serae, all Improved aad nailer fbaae, S i the ell*, with eseellent honee, (0 isone onee, weeh hoaee, barn tie by to relle, eletern, orehard ot aoaueee mllee fro I eellar,) (applee, penre, peaehee and aherrlee.) Prlee fMM aa abe eaeh, balaaee on a term of yeara. Ho. IT. W aeree, fensed, a part improved being apart of Margaret Noel's land, adtomtng Mr. Oli ver's plaee. Thie plaee Is admirably adapted for a garden or grapery, priee |l W*. If, Ho aeree, ail Improved aad nndar fenee, with honee, at HleXory drove price (1.300. One- tfctrd oAitk Mo. ia aeraa anlmpravad land near Darant, at par aere aaah, balaaee In Ave years at tea aeree, aUlee from the elty, on the Dnbaqne road, all Improved and aader feaeo, with aeehad etable. Prlee |1ML two-thirds ma aala for a term of yeara to ealt tha parekeeer. aw aeree la Idea Ooanty (M improved aad nader hoai Mee.) Prlee|M», MeeM. Mo. U. Ul aeree near Waleott, (W Improved aad rhseel«MkNe*i|Mea U. ei aeree la WioMtd I la WioBetd tuwnahlp, all lm- •roved aad aader fbaeei prlee Mo. 1A Ml aeree la jedgaxeoaBtf, 111, il,s Mrth of Ohio Mlaatealpfl B._Jc*JWmpeoTed prlee M00. Or will bo illswged for vWerty In Saott Oedar or Johuea eoantiee. WOO aeraa la Pawaaklak Gouty at ft par aae*. 400 aeraa la Iowa Coaaty at $6 per aero. SM0 noma ia Htoax oonaty at al par nnre 1040 aeraa a Clay Ooanty at 1 per aero. NO aeree in Benooek Oonaty at 41 par aere. 1M0 aeree in Winaabn«o Oonaty at fl per nara B004 ana* at $1 Jtpar aara. M00 aeraa at 75 oeata per nor*. •M aeree ia Tama Ueaaty. lta aorea la Story Coaaty. SO) aeraa in Wiaaesniek Coaaty at Ot fNtfaera. «M aeraa la O randy Coaaty atf» por wo. Mtacreain Bntler Caaaty at MM par aara, MO Mraa la Mower eooaty, Miaaaaola, at »».•» Mr Mrs* Ml ftoru ia HmiUb Gouty al 92*50 ptr MVS. FIRE INSURANCE Pkfiii Tiro bMrasoa Ct^ kftutk fir® laaaraaoo Co., Laair lira lasaraace Co., Or MBW YORK. City Fire lasanaeoU., OF EAETEORD.OONN. 'flpriagfteM Firo Iasaraac« Co., Qt SfRlNOFlBLD, HASd. IJFE INSURANCE ioaaodteat Lift famraiM Co Btaa Life lanraaoo Co., OF HARTFORD, OOBTIT. few fark Llfo Iaswaaco Co., LUB 1 Socaritj tamace Can Of IIBVTOPK* JWfcit £. Itrtll Co., INKOIM BbOOK, 8BOOVD 8* See a«r Cali*» af A4- tr»' i mi JKMOCRAT & NKWB. i.M.rnnnuioo.,1*. »WK BCW.BCW TAJ* IM Slew sgeotala thoeeetUee tloaa ter as at i IwK iiw. Ml u rmln rtimiii—HfcfiMi WHf. THE CITY. OBDBU FOB ALTMAB'B ICB FOB SALS.—Tha M*MV Of Twetftk end BeefIslaad etreete, belaf 1*0 IMfNtiMMlk side 1M ikNt,ui 16* foot n MM side of lUtk bUW ilmk ^srs my FT« RTLW IS ITH} LI* tow tam iwilly easy it w tow kiwwwlMiWwit y«M if, ••ee wltk aato room, aeat corner ot Brady aa« Baet Baeoa Bta. •A «. AIM, taralahea aallee mi room§ tog Ma to rest or to eeil aaeafaney la b* aeeaat •tan ta Beat. Tke weet etere aad baeeaeat la Metro- aantaa Moak, now oeaapled br MM! Qa^ OM •Ml deep peaaeeeloa flven April lit, ••aaca far ataic. Me^ia. la Mollae, HI. a two^tory brick dwell lag baaee, with lot at by IM feet, eoraer Lvade anH AmiIwoM. The hoaee la la aood eoaaltloa, ta aow reitedi poeeeeeloa glrea la 0 daya. (The koaaa eoet |Llao.) frlei of hoaee aad lot |UM *a«-third aaah. balaaee on long tlae at low latereet. Mo. H. A briek dwelling hoaee on Beat Heoood etraet, UMa |*M eaek, balaaee on time at eight per aeat. Mo. ST. Tbe opiate now owaed and oeenpled by Oaorge V. V. Dow, Beq., being the dwelllag hoaee aad throe fall lot*, fronting eonth npon Sixth a treat, •oraer of Farnn etreet. Thle hoaee la In perfeet repelr. having beea Itted ep by tha owner for him eeu. The oaUre arrangeeient of tbe hoaee le taete fal and complete. The view from thle plaee le aa. aaraaaeed. Tama eaey. laft with Olasteed A Haveee' aad al O. Swaa's «U stead will be proaptly ettended to. apll4k north half of Mock SO (now oaaaplad by Ailing A WUlleae' lna ber yard) sah-dlvlded la eaall aad larga toU. by I. W. Banim.Utd Agcat. ep8-lw Plata and ornamental stitching dona aa choetoot aotlco, Aba foahloaaklo dreaaad aloak asking, mi Wedswortk's More, eoraer af Second aad Brady etreete. St A FACT.—Thaplaao to porehaaa tha ssoet taokloaable draaa geedo ef every dcewlp la at Kakoa A Carhart'a, oppaalta tka LeClaire Honee. Lidiaa, porehaaa your Jawalrj at Rvtaakaak'e, No. 16 L.Claire Row. H* kaa tka lateat« rlakaat aad kaat atylaa. la fravlog neatly dona aad all kinds af Jawalry rapalrad aa akort aotlao 1a aaataat aaanar. CAMMED FBUITB.—Paaehai, paara, atrawkerriaa, blMkbarrlee, ate-, la larga varies alao Bta wart's aalabrated doable raflaad aaadlea, faaalaa aapla angtr.ata., at Maat'a* LaClalra Raw* SIXTH WABD.—Alderman Parka took kia aeat la Che aoaaeil laat eveaiag, as aider. «a fraa tha 6tk ward, witkoat apposition.— Wkat kaa baaoma af Mr. Pea tar Haa kara algaad kla alala apaa that fraatloaal vota T— If ao aaoagh estd. Tha Major, in hia Inaagural, reoom aada gaa aa a preveatntlvo af darkaess, and aonaaqatatly a bindranee to orime. Failing ta get gae be reeomoaonda JCtrount I Wa can't kut tblnk this waa intended aa a joka. if it waa aat, wa move that wa go la aa tallaw eandlea—oa ovary other bloek. WATCHIB, WATCHES.—Rosenberger, Ne. 18 Metropolitan Bloek, haa tha largest aad kaat aaaortaeat of watahee la tka oity He parokaaee dlreatly from tha importara aad aaaafaetarora. aad la larga qaaatttiee for eaah, whlah aaablea hia to aall vary low.— Watehae repaired by aa eiperieaead workmac( la the beet meaner and warranted to giro parfaet aetlafaatioa. Reaambar tka plaoa aad gira hia a eall Housekeepers will find silver plated, and aolid ailvar wara la graat variety at Webb'a ehlaa store, LeClaira Row. Tkia etoek le largo and ineladaa every artiala la tka line, alao the nest cutlery from the moat eel ebrated foreign and homo manafeetorera.— The attention ofoountry dealere ie direated to the lameaae a took of of aroekery, glass and ehlaa ware, Keroeene laapa, oila and fiztareo kept at thle popaler eoaeera. Now is tka time to parebaee. BONOS OF CITT OFVIOBRS.—Wa do aat wish to appaar aaptioaaor feoltfiadiag bat wa ara la doty bonnd to poiot out what wa deem to kaa vary nnaeaai aad Improper pro aeeding regarding tbe earltloa of the bonde of the elty ofBeere. Tha matter of ooaplaint le, In ehort, eurety reeiproaity, Aldermen go on the boade of the alty offiolals, aad oaa offi* alal goee eaaarlty for another ladelioltely. Wo do aat regard thia aa a aafe proceeding. Aa Influential aldermaa kaeoaoa aarety for tha Mayor. We do aot intead ta lapeaah the Mayor's good eharaator, when we elate that there is a possibility that a esse may arise wherein thle aama aldermaa may become In* tereeted as evrety, aad It etriks aa tkat is oaak a aaeo ko woald ba aaaawat ambarraia ad. So wltk tko Mayor, wko ia oaa |of tka sareltlea for City Merehal. A eaae may ariee where hie eaetlog vote will ba aalled for, and wheraia the faet of bla boiag anrety for a larga amount will aomewhat effect It. So with aldermea who ara on tha came boad. Wa aabmlt that thia aigaiag beak aad fartk, aaak othera boad* by tha aldermea aad offi alale of oar elty la aot tha proper thlag, aad what ie more, wa enter onr protect against It. There ara pleaty af raepoaiibla men onuido of tha city oSclal circle to become enrcllee oa thcee boode, aad there ia ao trooblo about getting their aamee. The Mayor aad aldermea ekoald etacd oatraaaelcd ky boada or obli gations of aay kiad aa between thesuelvee aad tka aity oAelalh, aad wa respoatfally, in tka aama af tka people, aall apoa tksa ta pat tkia matter right. GOaiHO IOWA OB THE 8ECOMD CAVALBYI This fsvorlts vetsrsa rsgiasnt Is now ee •ante for tkia ally, kavlng loft St.Lonls on Iks aew northern Llae ateaaMr' Savaaaak, aa Maaday aturneaa. Aa hitherto arraagod tka regiaent will rreelvcd la dae form ky oar cltlacaa aad treated in the btst manner poesl- M*. It la daa ta tkc brave veleraae af the nabla Second Cavalry thsv the deaoastretlea that is tn greet their retam Kom )oBg The Becoad eontalaa many brave boys wko went lato service froa thle eooaty, and thia aad adjoiotngieoantice tbe entire refiiinent waa aada ap more than two yeare aad a half aje. Darlag this tlae they have afforded moot signal aerviee la tko fieM end deaervc anak a welcome koae aa tkey have tkcrlgkt ta aspect The arraago meats wUl ke daly annanneed, and it ie kaped tkat ear lillslm gcacrally will cater inta tka eplrit af Ike eo eaatoa and leave notkiug undone tkat will add In tka koortlaca of Ike greeting. The fellawiag dlapatek waa received by Oen. Baker tkie aftcraaea •AIU^T KBOBBB, April IS. (RnhMClBff l«k«d Iowa Oavalry voter al will ie at ,V»?!C £7 I D*f"Pw'l| •ScSr prapertf) ta the ^"iSTtln iSn day, assrew. .v«. •-..••r-'.V-r ii! T«oi4a .a .»« 0 n •**»(. iO «t D. 1 AM. Dcvcaport, Mayar pro Chair, aalled Ooaadl to order. PUM^Aldoraca Aadressa, ^aaaaa, ConItkart, Daveaport, Davis, Hirsakl, Haraky, Jokaas, Naa, Mattkae, Parka aad Raaga. Mlaatcc of laat aectfag ware saad aad ap ''ll^Rakcrt Lowry, Mayor elast. aama lor waH aad took bio eoet, aad read kUlaaaga ral, fellows* Otntlmtn of UU Ofy (Mmtil: Tha Mayar la raqalrad by tka Otty Ohartse, la aoaaaalaata ta tka Oity Coaaall, aaak la» foraatloa and reoomaaead sash aeasarea, as In kie apiaiaa, aay toad to tka iaprovemeat of the Aaaaaee, the kealth, acaadty, aaafart, and araaaeat af tha alty. Uad« ear akarter the wholedaty aadreepoaeikilityalleglelati»a for tha alty a vssted ia tka Beard af Alder mea, aad ta yon, gantleaea af tka OUfCeaa* ell, aad not to tka Mayar. tka dtlaeaa af Dav aaport aast look for all legielatioa. Itleaaly la eaae of a tla vata tkat tka Mayar aan Inlsc* feraia lagieUtlaa-fartkar tkaa^yaaara raa oaaeadatieM. I willaaka «a pvosilsss aa ta kaw and laltkfal)y I will dlsskarge tko da Mae af Mayar bat win leave that far tka altlnaae af Davenport ta dctsraiaa after tka asplratiaa af ay eOcial tera. Under For the purpose of a geaeral reveane yaa are restrained to the levy of a tax of five mills on a dollar. The valuatioa will bo, I am Informed, about $4,840,000. Thle levy will produce a revenue of aboat $16,000, A rev enue from licensee, wharfage, market boasec, Ac., will add from fonr to five thoueand dol. lare to the general revenna. To the reecipte end expenditarce of the past year I woald rsfsr yoa ta the report of tha Finenec committee. Yon will sea, gsntiemea, by their report, that they have lelt yoa a debt of $400,89 of the geaerel fond, 12,621,70 of the road fand» and $480,82 ordered paid at their leet meeting—making a total of |8,561, 91. Yoa will aleo eee by their report, that it ie aot ia your power to provide meens of pay* ing all tbe intereet on tbo boo'lsd bebt aa it eoorues, bat you will have done your duty If the geaaral expendltnree are kept down to reaaoaablrpablie aoeoieltles and whatever balance remains of tbe general fond be faith* folly applied to tha payment of tbe public debt. nou RCSD. The road faad Is a spccial faad ander the charter. You arc limited to a levy of miUs thru on the doller of tbe velaatlon. The road poll tax, if carefully collected, will add aboat $4,000—making a total of abont $18,600 for rued purpoece. I hope, gentlemen, that yoa III not permit the expenditures to exceed tbe revenue. AIOBTISO ina sraasis wira eia. I doubt very mack if it le true cooaomy to fores our eitlsens to grope tksir way in dark-, noia end mod nigkt after alghl, year after yeer, with ao proepeete of ever hsvlugour straete lighted. Tbe lacendisry hes firsd the dwellings of our citisons the aesassio has at tacked, insnltsd, ani kaoaked tbem down on oar principal ttreele. Tbie woald no', I think, have occurred if our etreete had been lighted aad a good police forec had been petroling oar etreete. I would, therefore, recommend to yon, geatlcmea, to appaiat a committee to welt on the Gee Oompaay nnd eee what ar rangement, if any, oaa be aide with them to Mgbt the oity with gae. If they will aot coa eeat to aayjsil arraagaaoat or oomproaloa, woald tbca adviec you to aaka arrange moata to have oar etreete lighted with Kero tone. Wtmuit A«M light. ma omarxBNT. Chief Bagiaeer O. Mueller iaforae as that the eagiaee baloagiag to the city arc la good order. The engine "Pilot" ie at preeaat with out a company, bat ha tktake ka will have a eoapc^ argaaiacd for It ia a short time. R. LownT, STAIDIXO ooaairusa. Oa Oidlaaaccs—Olaossoa, Parke, Joaee. Oa Btrcets—Mattbes, Voaltbart, Davia. Oa PaUia Baildiaga aad Orouada—ffaraky, Nec,'Davcapcrt. Oa Fire aad Water—Baage, Boo, Joaee. Oa Ou—Ooaltkart, Bonby, Hiieehl, Aadrcesea, Iwaby, Bnge. -Daveaport, Olaaeeea, Mlrsckl. —Hoe, Andreeeen,Hireehl, Oa Claims— Oa Fii Oa Priatia*—Hoe, Oa Lleaneee—Parke, Clauaeca, Baage. Oa Markata—Davis, Matthes, CoalUart. On Reports Oity OBeeie—Jeuee, Asdisaan, ot kr daone military service be gsaeni aD(] kcarty The plan ie to acrve n aollatloo ia Motrapel* itea Hall, and tha eltlseaa af Dsveapo«t arc earaeetly called npon to aaka snsk saatrtba. liana far the teblea as tkey aay ba able ta prepare for tko oeeasiea, and ta do eo prompt* ly. Geld kaa, cold bwl, roaet beef, bread, batter, pieklee, pies and aaka will be reedveA at tkc Hall aad kept lor tka proposed eolla tlaa. Parka. Oa Police—Birsskl, Davenport, Davis. Hie Honor, the Msyor, presented tbe fellow* lag appointments W herfaaster—Freak W. Wateon Polleeaca—Daniel Scveranaa, to da tka bnsUeee af the Police Magietrate Jeese 0. Toee gerdm and H. Abel, (who ara Osaatakla) and the fallowing far tha ssvsral Warder 1st Ward—0 Lage aad Joka O Miller. 3d Ward—Henry Stein nnd Henry Yoga. Sd Ward—C 8 Aekley aad O Bkorey. 4tk Ward—Jooepk N Parker, Henry Reka and Palacr Clark. 4th Ward—Frita Krai aad 9 Orslg. 4th Werd—John Bkellcy and WllUaa Sontkwlok. Oa action tke appeiatoaat af Frank Wateon, Wkarfaaeter, waa eoafiracd. On action tka appoiotacate for Polleoaen of tke oevsrsl Wards, were eenfiraed ky Warda Oa aotlon tke bends of tke Mayar, Trea surer, March al. Olerjr, Depnty Collector and Aecsceor were approved. Petition of Biclk Peters and othera, refer, ring to the nnpassabla eoaditlon of tke alloy in Bl'fck $, Forrect A Dillou'S Addilloa, waa preMnted, aad, on snetlon, tke praycre of tke pctitioaors waa granted. Petition ot Keat aad others, la rafsr enes to ths dangerons eoaditlon of LaClaire and Seventh stieete, was preeeated aad re ferred to the Street Coaaittce* Pethioa of BB Voadwaid, ia reference to crraaeoes eessssasat, wss presented and rae ferred to Ooaadttes ok Olaisea. Aid, Aadrassea dBered the foliewlag: Baasfsad. That the CMy Msrskal be nnd le hereby Inctrneted tn furaiok sack asabsr of tke Oity Ceandl, wko kss aot karetsfjsre re ceived tke aiai. wltk a copy of tke Bevieed Ordlnaaoce af IM OHy of Daveaport of the year U4t, Adopted. Aid. Andrseaa slsrsH tha laltowiagi JtsMfapA tkalaaklB shaB.ka paped kw Jhf Oecacll that kas nat Orel Seek approved, mnnafriaili 8MB»iari»^h^Mwi v /i J(BI ttBUMn MOD TO TBI SUATEBl NUHBEB) BUI af DAVENPORT, IOWA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, !864» ,J i caw I at, axcept apaa a vote of two-tkirda of tka mem bore af tka Oity Oonaell prasaat .at «ha4laa tka va4a la talua. Adapted. AM. Bavcapart sffcred the followiag: T, Tkat the thanks af tko Oity 0o«n ell af tka aity al Davenpott ke aad era here by tsadsrad Ik Ckpi A. D. Oastoa, Company O, 80th Bsglasnt Wiseoasla Yelnntear In« faatry, and the eaeers sad aen nndar hia aeaaead, for tkdr gaatleaaaly and eoidler like*eeadnct, aad tka faltkfal, proapt aad o(» Asiant asaasr In wklek tkey kave perfaraed tka dcHeate aad enorens dnty of Pretost Oaard, elnoo statfeasd la tkia elty. Adapted. BUI e( Frlta Krcl, af |t 44, waa referred ta the Finaaea OsaHlttee. DBMOOBAT no eireametanetc will I ba a aaadidstc for ra« election. Aecordlag ta tka priated rsporU af tka va rious Finance Coaaittaaa far the past few yeare, the bonded debt of the sity'appsars.at preeaat to be a boat 1861,400. Tka reporte of the Oity Trcaanrara dnriag the period whoa tha latereet wae paid on tbeee bonde agree with tka atataaaate made by tbe •arloaefi oaaaa eommlttoec. I aa informed that ao rttord wkitever kss ever beea kept of nay af the varloaa issues of oar ally bonds. All good baeinaa aan keep constantly in view the amoant af their laidcbtedaeee, ao that thay aay, aader all alreaastaaeee, be able ta acct their cagageaeata. It la to be very aach re gretted that oar alty did nat follow tbie rale, la order to aeecrtala, 1( poeelble, the exaet amoant of oar elty iadebtedaeee, I would ree ommtnd to the City Oonaell to eppoint a som mlttee to invaetlgate thie matter tboronghiy. Daring (he p»sty«er tbe bonds known as tha C. A K 1. RR. bonde have ell beea taken op aa1 cancelled, with the exoeption of seven, and there Is a fund of $8,000 In the hands of B. W. Donbam, Eiq of New York, to meet these bonde, when found. Tbe elty levied a special tea to meet the payment of later est on the bonded debt down to aad laclndiag the year 1840. Under the decision of tbe Sn« prame Ooart each a levy le dcolered illegal. AKD Nawa of $44,00 waa referred to tko Priating Ooaunlttee wltk pow er to set. Aid. Oaaltkart offered the follewing: JtaaolW, That tha Street Coaaitlea be in strnsted to receive klde far qoarryiag reek la tkc city quarry, far aay oaaker af tkey tkink proper to contract for« On asetlon of Aid. Daveaport, the Fiaaaee Oeaa^ttee wss lastrneted to settle with tke reUrlag Oity Marshal aad Celleetor. AM. Joass offered tke followiag: la rolatloa ta the petltioa ef Lace, Lane A Oo. praying to lay a drain fraa their Printing OOea en east side of Fern street, ta the alley bctwcca Front aad Sceoad etreete, we the na dcrelgacd Street Ooaalttee arc ta faror of graatlag thea the prlviledge of cxtcadiag the asms to tkc river, ander the enpervieion el tke Street Ooaaiaioncr. w. O. Joaae, Aids. Clansssn aad Hirtakl were appointed tellers. Ths resalt ef the first ballot was as follows: Dental Shorey received 7 voice, aad Joha W. Tkeapsoa received 6 votes* Mr. Daniel L. Shoray waa declared daly elected City Attorney. Oa aotloa tha Coaneil proceeded to the eleetloo of Oity Engineer. Henry Lembaeh and W Clark wsre noa lnstel. Henry Lsmbseh received 4 voice aad W Clark received 4 votee. Mr W Clerk was deelsred elected Oity Engineer by the cseting vote of tkc Msyor. On aotloa, W Bskor wae declared duly elected Street Cotnmlieloaer by acclamation. On motion the Council proceeded to tLe election of City Sexton. Frits Etna and Charles Braha wsre noml nated. Tbe rseult ot the first ballot was aa followa: Frita Ksan received votes, and Charlee Braba 6 votee. Mr. Frlta Kaan was dsclarcd daly elseted City Sexton. On aotloa, Coaneil adjouracd to meet on next Toeiday evening at 7 1-2 o'clock. Attest, HUIT MirraLBuacBKS, Oity Clerk, IVFBUU COlJMT OF IOWA. APRIL TERM, 1844. Wsdassdsy, April II. 1811, Psrk,sppt vs Davis, st aL, Jaspar» affiraed. 1814. Branght va Orlfltk, at al, apptf War ren, effirmsd. 1716. Mav, appt vs 8aMPls Lss, motion to striks overruled. 1885. Wallace vs Saltasn, Dabnqae, af firmed. 1884 Oardaer, appt ve City of Dabaque, sffirtred. 1764. Kastor A Sklaaer vc Hock, Muiser A Co, Johneon, affirmed. 1469* State of Iowa, appt vs Sbupc, Appsnooea, rev«rccd. 1088. KreeilngcT vs. Iearlaa Ooaannity, Union, sfbrmed. 1818. Uaworth va Griffith, Warren, sBracd Bwcclal Baeilei sf tka Dsvcspart Circle •f tkc Psalaa BrethsrkseS, The Centre aaoonneed to tke aeetlng in a few appropriate remarke the death of M. C. Tyman, Esq., a aeaber of the Brotherhood. Tbe following resolutions of reepect were noanlmouely adopted: Waaaaas, Io the order of Divine Provl* dcoce oar Brother, M. C. Tyman, has been called from onr midst, BttUmd, That while deploring hia death ss the Ion of a christian gentleman and a kind and faithful Brother, we bow with humility before tbe will of bla who is alike Infinite in Wledoa and Beneflcenee. Ruelttd, That we recognised In onr depart ed Brother those honorable and noble qnell ties of mind and heart that endeared bla a like to kls family to onr Brothers and bis friend*. Ritolvtd, That we hereby tender onr hesrt- felt sympathy to the faaily of oar decerned brother. JtcsoIvtd. That In reapeet for onr deceaaed brother all the members of this circle are re qaeeted to attend hie fnoeral In a body and DIDVT WORK.—An attempt waa mada In a cartels quarter to throw Palmer Clark oat ef tkc police force ef tke elty. Tke coun cil couldn't eee tkc force of tkc measure They preferred aot to have a tried aad fathful offi cer eo suaaarily dieaiased, e en aotien ef aldaraea Matthee he waa waa naaniaoncly placed npon tke Fenrtk -ward police. The Police Magistrate weald be at a Ices ss to have to get along without Mr.OUrk, you eonldn do it, could yen Squire I What's ap with all tha ladiaa that tkey want n Florence cewing asskias Be. eease it le the oaly reliable aacblae In nss for all kinds of work, from the final to the heaviest cloth. Ten een always Had thea on tke corner of 8d nnd Perry streets, ap stairs No- 4. Miss R. B. CuxenAB, Agcat. WHITB'B DAMCIBO AOADBMT.—Ther laat tera ef tke oeeeon will eomneeec on the 14th. The elsa for masters, mieeca aad ladlea eoaaenece oa Satnrday, the l«th, at 1 P. M. Olaa for geatleaea oa Monday evening, the ltth, at half-past seven. apll-dlw MBDioAu—Tha aUaation of tha af fiietad le called ta tke advert!acaent of Dr Oadd in another eelnaa. Dr. O- le a eklllful aad sneecafnl practitioner aad la entitled la a liberal sbsrs of patransg* R1YEK ITEMS. Tkc aall end pa*oeager CaptDawlay, will poiats Tka aegniAaent Bcethsru Line packet Basher State,Gnptaia Ward, wttl IcaVa tkie port for 8t. Lcaloand way pcimMteyatow evenly. Thea. Owaas attsnii ta tka konora of tke eMee, B. BL Pretty men, ageat. A0BBT8IaraaiaSples Leek to year iatcsestH-OkU aad amaine soaking nignutly nae«c« ky av» saaiac so^adiiug nigi pssnsa tweaty eantc, tkat seM Bjr%OUWMn.l s kyfkL. setnllc 11»4 tf-.o-. ^1 «r a m**r.* sh* S. H. PARKS, Vroduoa Br olaar, NO. ia« 80DUH-WATBB 8TRKIT, CHI UAOO, IU. P. O. Bex 1009. %0t Oasl advaaacc made aa property la store. (mh7-dly JOHN H.CMAWroatl, ATTORNEY AT LAW, PfNOION BOUNTY AQBNT, FABBAJf0*8 BLOCK, PavcapaH. Iewa. [mkM Metropolitan Hotel, OOBBBB RANDOLPH A WBIXS BZBUTS, CHICAGO, ILL. mkM-dlm 8. H. 8KIHNBR, Proprtslor. J. M. DUNN, FRESH BEEF, to be delivered la inch quantities and at sash times and plaoee a* miy from lime to time be designated by «K :wWiywfci«M» Pnper Hmnger, Paloter, Olatmierataa Wklteaer. mk4-4a] 18 Beet $d A-, 6s*. Brm4f'& Parry. WiU PIPER! WALLPlPlEK! aTeir Stylet For the Season of 1864. Tha Largaat A Bast Stock la Davanpnf% L. W. PETERSEN'S STORE, No. 99 West Second Street. HAYItlO ABM CoDLTHAaT. Adopted. Aid. Hoe moved tkat the Coaneil proceed to tke election of city offieere. Carried. Aid. Cleuaea moved to proceed to tke cice lies of City Attorney. Carried. Mr. Daaiol L. Bhorcy and John W. Thomp son were neaiaatcd. MADE LABOE PORCHA8B3 OF Stock froa tke New York Haaufactarers be fore the rise, 1 mm prepared to offer I Baperlar iadBcemenli, mhl« L. W. PETER8EN. Talfllacklaleis and Mill flcn. gCVEltAL HUNDRED PCUNDS OF OLD Type, sellable for babbitt tkie otfiee, ia qaaatitiee to salt. ictal, for eale at mhSSdtf FN4 Creeerlest Floar A THE Star*. UNDER810NED BKHPBOTFULL1 IB. roans tkc eitlsens of Heott and a^Jelalag coaatiea, that he will ooaetantly keep in hia Mew Store, eoraer ot Second and Seott streets, a good acaortment of Groeeriee, Ftcur and Feed, which he will alwaya sell at the lowest market priee Highest price paid for farm Produce. Ooeda delivered free ot charge In city limita. col» dAwlyl MA MM. O. TQPNQ. METROPOLITAN HALL. POSITIVELY fOK TUKEU MGUTd ONLY. Tknraday, Friday A Datnrdny Bvaalngs. April 14. 15 St ie. MORRIS MINSTRELS Brase Band A Bnrleeqnn Old Folke Concert Troupe. Lessee aad Manager OlIAi. A. M0RKI8. Stage Manager, J. Strattoo Lea'ltr of Band, J. Beldal Director of AmoMmeot, J, iL Taylor LccJer of Orches tra, W. Blakaney. Sixteen Established Artists! Chas. A. Morris, J. R. Taylor,) J. 11. Barrldge, ales Seldel, M. Kanane, W. A. Abbott Lew. Simmons, Jules StraUoa. K. Kerwin, Cal. Wagner, 0. 11. Carter, W. Blakeney, M. C. Miller, Ned Wsst, Co ,k, Frank Weill, VIVB COMUKOIAN8, FOUR IIALLADIST8, SEVEN MUSICIANS, AND TilHttt DAN0BK8. The only complete Oompaay now traveling. Organised With great cire for this season, 1864. Admission, 25cents Reserved Seats CO cents. Doors open at a quarter befurn 7. To oonunenee at a quarter to S precisely. Kigliteon magnlAeent pictures of tle members of this Troupe, taken by Karl Siueaton, of Uuebee, Photo* grapblst to the Royal family, London, will be on 'exhi bition tn front of the Hall during the day. free Serenade In front of 11 all previous to the per formance, by Morris' Braaa Band. CUA8. A. MOKK1S, Manager and Director. W. A. ABBOTT, Batinees Agent. affrany HuppUew. HBADqUARTKRt D1HTBIOT OP IOWA,) Bubtiitanct OJlct. DAvearea*, Iowa, April S, 1S4S. BBiLBD PitOPOSALS (ii dupllsate) wlU be reeelved by the nnderaigned at his office, until four o'clock P. M. on Frllay, ltth day of April 1984, for supplying for the lukaiitcnoc of the United States troops, stationed at the eampc in aad about Daveaport, Iowa, the anbsiatenoe offioer in charge •old con tract to remain in/oroa for fonr menthi, unless previously terminated by the Comarisaary General of Subsistence U. S. A., or other au thorised officer. Bidders arc invited t»be present when ths bida areopened. The bids will be opened at the offiae of tke un dersigned, oa tkelitk day of April, 1844, at p.m. The contract will be made with the pcreon who shall prodnee the required artlclea on tha loweet propoeeL The eontraet will ezpreaely provide that It ehail terminate in fonr moDthe unless prsvlously terminated by the Uommieeary Oeoeral of Bubtla tenee, or other authorised oflser that no member of Uongreae, no officer or agent ot the Oovernmenl or any pcreon employed In the public eervlce ehall be admitted to ehame !n it, or to any .benefit arlelng therefrom. An oath of allegiance will be required from eaeh bidder, and DO bid will be reeeived with out a written guaranty of two reepoualbie partlee ee followa: "We the undersigned hereby guarantee lhatehould Ui3 above bid be accepted It ehall he fulfilled according to lie trne purport and eondU tlona also that a written eontraet shall be executed. If required, with bonds, the sufficiency and amount of whloh may be determined by the officer accept ing the bid." Ho propoeale will be entertained that may be re ceived from pereoaa at known dleloyalty. Payment to ba made la eaeh funde ee may be famished by the Ualted Htotcc. Tbe undcfdfnod rccervee the tight to reject aay or all bide offered. Proposals mnet be addreeced to Oapt. H. V. Da vie, O. B. U. B. Vole. Mil. Diet. Iowa, Daveaport, Iowa, and ehonld be plainly marked Propoeale far Freeh Beef." •. IT. DAVIB, Oapt and Commlaeery of Bnbctctcnec V. B. Vole. apIS HcAnnvAnvcaa Boos bun BAaasoie, HOOK ICLssn, liL, April M, 1ML Pocv Oaoee Mo. T». 1. All persons reeldlag oa or In this the vtclalty ot Ieiend are warned against earrying aoldlere or other pereoae la boate to or from A. the F. paeket Bill Islanl. Ho boate are allowed to land oa the ehere of the Ieland eeleas tha owaor or own ere thereof bare a peas from thcee headquartere giving them permle aton so to do. Aay vtolatloa of thcee crdere will entail on the paraoa or persons co doing eonSscatloa of their beets In accordaaae with laetructlona received Iromwar Department. All loa1 eiusene will underctaad the Importance of having thle poet Isolated from the surrounding MMtry, and a ready and willing compliance with thle order is earaeetly requeeted. 3y order of A. J. JOHNflOBT, CioL 4th Begt. Y. R. O., Uomdg. Poet, Hicee, 1st IA. Hcadraon, depart for Dakaqne aad way to-aoncw moraiag. B. M. Prcttyaaa, agaat. Tke Savaaaak le ex petted up tcacrrow, ea kar way to St. Panl. and Post Adjt. aplt eiw BEAUTIFUL SPRINQ JLmte effrrfodsit. HelldSt, Malropnlitan Blaak« HAeveryBBCBIYED YE ABD ABB BBOBITIBO day, by Express, .tkc acst dmlrehls etylM ot [Spring Goods'of vsnsa Fshlaa dfc Patlaraa. Also a fall stoskof tlasahedeni uaWanhcdMnn- idpklaiadBsWaeie,aslaacfy ta^iaOeaaikal.weesn eaflllsAia*^,a*M* HMtctflaheeMt NEWS VBttiaett^ JetBt, PAPERS! ARE NOW OPENED »AT PLUM MIR S No. 50 Stocking arBfl, Ac., By the yard or piece. For the convenience of the city trade, he has aetablinhed an agency with Ma. SAM. PERKY, Merchant Tailor,opposite the Poa! Office, fot the icie of Clothe, aad with Ma. W. C. W ADiwonrii,corner ef Second and Brady Btreetc, for the aala of Blaakete, Flannels, Stocking Ynrnf.dfce., At Factory prices. W O O Bought, or taken in excb -i for Manufacture Goods, at tkc bighater 'SC, attbe Factory Jaall-dawti] -3PB SRIB LD8 U I U S K O Maaufaetarcr A Dealer ia FUE GOODS 1 Hats, Caps ft Gloves, FANOY ROBES, LAMES FURt PUB GOODS OP all kinds renovated, repaired aad re modeled so as to conform with tbo lateet fashioaa, and la the meet satis factory style. Prices moderate, and caUatastioB guamaticd.] Store oa Sceoad 8tree Jbetweea Mala and Barrteoa. eel4-44a BEADT-HASX CLOTHING At Cwet Friee, to ka kaa af Sd Street, 1st doer from National Beak, DAVEMPORT, IOWA I kave alee a good assortment of CteMfs' FmmUhins oya oiothlxifi Olatha, OsasisMva^ SHIRTS, rbioM aall oMaap Csitau Work Dane at all timee, aad warranted the bat, meet durable ead cheapest. All the*, want to bay CHEAP OOODH mast come to ,T1S dly FBAKZ MEYEB. a no. a. rAnna. BSCNTY & PEHSHW AOBBTfl. PARKER :4sl EDWARDS Mala Street, betweeea Sceoad aad Third Streets, Daveaport, Oallaat l«ak Pay, Berotieeft Fesateee. rAYIHO BEEN EBGAOED FOB OYEB A Mar prosceaUng Claims for MTia Bennttee,yer«a can rely npca ^Jr matter* attcadcd to aa aof the vaduus V Brady Street, Above tha Past Office. a# MAMMOTH STOCK OF nn Among wklch will be Fsui BROWN BLANKS, WHITE BLANKS, SATINS, BRONZED SATINS, STAMPED GtLB PAPERS, FIGURED SHADES* LMEI SHADU GILT AND FROSTED. All the Above at Very Low Prices. AVJBNCY FOR SHIELD'S WOOLEN GOODS TBB I 0BDEB8IQNBD WOULD RKHPEOT" A ruLXT inform the citisons of Hcott aad ad joining eonntiee, that ba Is now prepared to furn ish, at the Davenport Woolen Factory, all des criptions of Woolen Goods, luoh ai Clttks, CasslBierfBi a/ Qjf ^SP^ta*'ve? .v 15 CENTS FEB WKEK. U NUMBER 144: I O V E I V •ILLS A wisnint, He. i i a y S a e BeeriyJoppositelPost OMee, HAVE IV HTORE AND ABE BECBIVIBV for the Winter Trade, tke largeet aad kesl aascrtaeatof PARLOR. COOK & HEATING STOVES, tkat ean be purchased in the B. A W. nave tha exclusive sale fa SA!VrOMD*S ImUt WnM Cktltagt of the meet aencmleal laveallsns cva sre» dnced, and fweonvcalcMe aad eoerfal kaa aa equal. The aait valid Triumph) lomt Oak, Iron Gftttq aad ether fsveHte paMsnean OWLT be ektelael at Hills 4 Waakbura'a. IV Every Bteve guaiuatiod Is give snMslsa tisn or the aoneyrcfieded. Tksy alec kesp tke esUbnled KENT VOX Y PlMPi n whisk water never fieense. Oflk*i store,. ALBBBU nnwAaae. CLAIM. £ettdca#Jt« kaviag erampUy aatke buaP Dc**rtocaU at Waahiagtoa wiU permit. |ylt-dtf NEW STORE! •^•sa^.kekSSfi ke kas opened a BBW aad wifllaep sf eeanet besarpaosed. We lavMe fnrsiitlin ngA dofyeompeUtica. Also ca heel a fcu aock Tiawara, Jappaaaad naa Fnreelnia Ware* Ckaaber Sana, PlaalnhaB'dk BrltCnain Warn, Coal Haih Taage,Sk«Tale,Pafcara la feet evsrytkiag ia tke line. TIM, CCFPTR FC §HM( PcaaicM, Ar- In WAI% wenernetarad teeederaaahert niMea of all Mads promptly saiaadaf Is. aaUageedsaadlaacatkopllses. V* oel7-4wM I. amit n*»q (1 b) orrw i vn'- o' Kit si tie!