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Tfinifg. ITXX) PEB ANNUM.
VOLUME 9.
REAL ESTATE
AND
N S I A N O E A I E N O Y
JOH1T L- SWITS ft Co.,
Anktwm, Mtuui.nu, «a.r.mm.
MCKOLLB' BLOCK, (UP BTAI18.)
SECOND BTRXET.
kipmH Uitavrmi Paras,
CITY LOTS,
DwaUiil Imat Am* •torn,
SOUGHT, SOLD AND LfiASUfc
•mm Lola For Sale.
A Groat Bargain.
*•. M, Thaw eligible buildlag lota cuteer
il Twelfth aad Back Islaad streets, Mm Me
IM imt oa Mik stda 12
th Hint, 1H
MM elde of Meek Islaad KrMt.
*k» above is a very ne loeatioa price »*J
low tirai aaeommoaly small wtut
ti
Mik Ittl-Wtw OB leBg torn of JMI II
alow rale of iatercet.
*•41 Lol«Bnl itmt,wNtaM«i W f«l
(till k| 195 r*d deep—prlee vety low. Om pay
MM far the
lk»
ateae?
JNe SO 4 koase lota la Davisea Traa'i addi
Boa. SIM aaeb. Tonaa aaay.
Nee II, 3
a, M. to aoase lota ia Siaymaker's
aldltioa.flOO to |160 aaab. Terms easy.
Store Lota For Sole.
lfo 47 Oaaoa Fourth streetjust aaat of Brady
a 48 Four oa Foarth atraat aaar rallioad da
*T.
Icm f*r Ham.
very eligible oil
a* -wtth
a«.M4T. A
MM, aaar aonar of Brady and Baal tfaeoad Bu.
•ft 44. Aim,faral.hed aalUa of ror.ms for sin
gle gentlemen.
fine t'Uw Iobmi far Beat.
Bo. 4. W. are reedy to engage to rant or to aell
boaa.a (now building) to be ready for ooeupanoy Id
or Jau nest—plaaa of whlub a.i| ba aaan at
llore to Heat.
Tha vaat alore and baeoa* aat la Metro-
falltaa Moak, now occupied by lu'i it Oo., (1M
laat deep poeaeeeion (Ivan April let.
•oases lor dale.
•a*
la 10. Ia Molina, iru. a two-atory brlak dwell
V koaaa, with lot 40 by IM feel, au rn.r Lynda and
Uiatraala. Tha hoaaa la la aov4 oondltlon. u
aow rented^ poaaaaaloa given in daya. (Tha
hoaaa aoat |kM0.) rrlot uf houae ud lot 11.000
Oaa-thtrd aaab, balaaaa on long tin. at low Iniereet.
Ma 44. A briek dwalllng hoaaa on Baal Second
Otraat,ftlOO |0(M aaah, baiaaoe on lima at aight
par aaat.
Bo. ST. Tha aatata now own ad and oeeuplad by
0eorge tf. O. Dow, B«q., balag tha dwelling huuaa
aad fall lot., (rooting av uth apon Hum (treat,
aornar of atraat. Tula la In perfeel
af.thraaFaroumarruiaaviitbyhoaaa
pair, having baan tiled tha owner for him
Tha entire of tha hoaaa la taeta
fal aad aoaaalnU. Tha view from thla plaaa la aa
MtMAiAiL Torma mav.
Su ti
Traaaa auttaaa hoaaa on Third atraat, in
•reen'a Addition. Prteo $400.
la Tha VtMUuj briek dwalllng hoaaa,
eoulh
•Ma Foarth atraat. between Mala end Harrlaoo
aaat of lr. Adler*a residence.
•Uaata, aaat waat
at
I genteel end moat de.lrabla realdenoe,
ioeilient repair, Una eel
tar, good elaivrn
Thla la a gaataal
IiIb* ia
Lot fall dapth (UO faiat.)
Frtee 11,000, one hulf aaah balanae |1,000, la one
yay tt,0M la two yaara at eight par coat. Intoraat.
Jlflk Ma triik. hoaaa and loia, aouibeut oornar of
Wmttih aad MMd liiitU, knowa aa iheThoriufion
oatata UOfeat front on aaah atreat. 1'rl.a lo.ooa,
tWo lhlrda raay remain for a term of ycara at a low
fata of Intoraat.
Bo. 00. Praae dwalllng hoaaa, aonth aide Third
ataaet. aat Wmn atraat, aod|lot prlae |40a
•a t. louble hoaaa aoathamat aorner K jak lei
aad aadllth alraa« prlae |Sootk
Mo. 4. Dnnhla honMfnt aid* of Parrv It/Ml
aonar 11th aireeti pr.ea a MoT
remain on mortgage at alx per eent.
Mo. & Frame koaee aouia lde Third atraat. one
mile waat of Brady atraat prlae fl BOu. Two third.
•H remain on mortgage at aix per eaat.
Mo. Bew fram. bum on ttradv atraat (a gaa
taal ra.ldenee) prio. $3
Suo.
Mo.lL Veioabie hoaaa with VX aaroa of land
wall atoakad with fr^tol all klodo. witb .table, ear
rlage hoaM, wood bonae, sow .table, wagon ahtftl.
IjlWa, tWo Walla, paatare, orehard aud young
the whole plaaa ar»"l fenead and in parf.oi
Order aad repair prlae |4.ooo.
Frame hoa.e aaat aide HI play atreel, be-
tween Utand 8d .treete, with lot 00 by So feet
yriae |1000,
atarea for Hale.
ka Ow Two Talaakle Biorta wall ranted, aaay
lovaa.
|l,000 To Loaa la
Ma*.
Sods
£aoroola
ti Salt,
Oa improved, anlaoambered Reel Eiuta,
Wetmore's Addition
io bow laid off lata lota (ot all priooa) aad they
are ready lor aala oa vary aaay tanaa aad at low
price*. Hoaaa Lota, Htoie Lota, Waraboaia Lou,
•atory Lota.
Farait Wasted.
Wa waat to patokaoo improTad Farau frona
•a 140
iuaa for Salo
aaraa, all Improved aad
•ilea froi
aad aellarj wood noate, waah hoaaa, bara
110
by to
Mtj aprlng, two walla, alatern, orchard of ooatreee
(applee, pear*, peeahee aad ahardeaji Friea |K.400
pMo aaah1balaaee on a term vf yeara.
Ma IV. 00 aaree, faaaad,
a part improved balag
a part af Margaret Moal*a land, adjoining Mr. Oli
Var'a plaa*. Thla plaaa la admirably adapted foi a
garden or grapery, prtoe $L400l
Ma 10. 10 aeroe, all Improved and ander fenee,
with hoaaa, at Utakory Orove prloe ILttt Ona
thlrd aaah.
Mo. IB aaraa anlmprovad land near Darant,
at tlO par aar. K oaak, balaaaa la five yaara at l*a
Mo. a. a aaraa, 5 mile, from tha elty, oa tha
Dabaaae road, all Improved aad ander fenaa, with
koaaa aad stable. Prlee |1ML two-thlrda may re*
maia far a term ef yeara to aalt the parehaaar.
ao aaraa la Uaa Oaaaty (M improved and ander
teaa.1 Frtae MAla. eMh.
Mo. It. UO aaraa aaar Walaott, (a Improved aad
tadar faaee) wtth iwaae prtee U.WO.
Mo. 14. 40 aaraa ia fiolari t^wnahlp, all Im
ago
ved aad aadar fenaa: priaa H40.
Mo. 11 IO aaraa la Mgar eoaaty, 111., 10 mllea
aarth of Ohio A MtaeUafppt k, It—aaimprovad
Kott
iaa (B00. Or will be wtwfri for property ia
Uedar ar Jobcioa aoaauaa.
MOO aaraa is PowakUk Ooaaty at ft par aero.
400 aaraa ia Iowa Ooaaty at 94 par aera.
fMO aoroa la dtoaz ooaaty at 01 par aardt
1040 aaraa a Clay Ooaaty at tl par aoro.
Mo aera* la Haaoook Ooaaty at |1 par atBi
1M0 aoroa la Wlaaokafo Ooaaty at $1 yot aoro
MM aoraa »t l.U por oora.
SM0 aaraa at T» ooau par aoro,
•M aaraa la Tama Ooaaty.
IM aorao la Story Coanty.
M) la WiaaMbUk Ooaaty at $5 par aera.
aorao Orandy Ooaaty at ti par ana.
Mtao la Batter Oaaaty at $8 54 par aera.
I aaraa la Mower ooaaty, Miaaoeota, at fl.M
POf M(9i
#Maoreo la Hoaotoa Coaaty at t^0 par aoro.
fIRE INSURANCE
Phaili Fire lasaraaca Ca.,
itlaatlc Plra lasaraae* C#„
I mr lira lasaraaea €•»,
OF NKW YORK.
Cltj Fire laaaraaca Ca^
OF UARTEORD, CONN.
flpffegfleld Flra Iasaraace Co.,
V It
SPRING FIELD, MASS.
LIFE INSURANCE.
toueeliCDt life luiruu Co.
Elaa Life iataraaee Ca^
OP BARrPORD, OONjr.
Heir York Life lasmraece Co.,
Socarlty Life lasaraace Co»,
fac
OFHBW YORK*
Mm ti. Strifi Co.,
IIOCOLfB BLOCK, 8BCOVD Bt
Sec oar Colaaan of
A4
TerllieaKBti (Enbraeiof
other Fropertf) ia the da*
eita.
DEMOCRAT & NEWS,
Fob
build wilt
M.*m Mdfi at
to ie«a«rf
»ix front.
It St Va Brad* street, 100 faot fraut by 150
foot deep-—feaeed. PHaa 111 par front foot,
No 4 Oa Third street, lot Mo 10 Parker's
Ilttaa (eoraer lot,) priaa |M0.
Oa.Ma. K Park Eow, Ne* Te^k
lealaa.ara ear aaanta la tko.. cltlea
itaaadaabaerlp-
0. M. Panaaaai
aad 4 Stau itraat.
Baataa«ara ear aganu
aadaraaathortoaaMtakOi
tleaa for aa at oar
0. B.
Ooarraa, Diaahira alr»a,0Meag,l« aathor
aad te raeelva adaertlaamaata
E I Y
A large iron aate for sale cbaapt, at
tko warohoaoo of R. M. Prattynao:
Ordbbs
fob
Altmaw'*
Farrand invilci everybody to drop in
aad take a look at kia aaw aad Tory a bolee
aeleotloao af kato aad oapo. Ho io prepared to
ealt every ogo aad everybody. Reaeaber
the alga of the big kat, oppoaite Metropolitan
Hall.
Tbero ii notbiog like new cloth in to
give a lae outward appoaraaee, aad tbure la
bo place Ilka Bam Perry'a to God good* that
III pleaae yoo. Uo dafica eempetition io
atjlea, fits and prieaa. Store oppoaite tbti Poat
Office.
Morris'
Mi.vbtrkls.—Let
membered that tbia aplaodid aad far-fomad
Ethiopian Concert l'rjupe.opens at Matropoli
tea liali to oight, aod by all meaBa^emember
that you go aod see them oa this oosasioo.—
It ii tho bast troupe bow traveling, aad will
be suro to commend itself to the ooasidoratioa
of tho publie. Get your seats early.
Adtamcinq
ibi
Aw
Entsrpribiko
Watcsbb, Watcbbb.—Roienberger,
No. IS Metre poll tao Block, baa tbe largeat
aod beat aaaortm^nt of watchaa ia the eitj
He purehaaaa dlreetly from the importers and
maaufaeturere. aad ia large qaautitiee for
iaah, whioh enablea him to sell very law.—
Watobaa repaired by aa experienced workmao
in the beet manner and warranted to give
perfect satlafaetioa. Remember the plaoo tad
give hia a oall.
Ihpobtakt to Gold

Hcntib«.—Gen.
A I
ConbpiBaoT
Icb Ufl trith
OtaMtoad A Harooa' aad at
D,
Svil'i old atand
will ko proaptly ottoodod
14
apl I-St
The ladico are m»ktog a «fy heary
raa apoa tko flaa oprinf (oodi at Wbialar'a
Ho koo the ltrgetl otoak of dry goodo ia Iowk'
aad oollo Tory low. Doa't forgot to oall.
Sals.—The north holf of Mock
SO (now ooaaplad ky Alliag A Willlama' laa
bor yard) tab-divided la aaall and largo lota»
by I. W. Barriaoa, Land Agoat api-lw
For
Salk.—A
vklaable farm of 100
aoraa witbla 4 mlloo of Darrapori, 8oott Co
railroad roao tbroagk a portion of It, aad a
eooaldarable portion aador ealtlTatltfa. Sold
to oattle aa aatata. Apply at thla oAoo.
aokMaeddw
Sully
has inued an order forbidding boata to ascend
tho Missouri any further up than Farm Island,
below Fort Pierre, unloaa there are two or
more boats together aad the passengers are
well armed. This precaution is rendered nec
essary by the danger which is threatened from
the Indians in Dakota territory. Travelers to
the Idaho mines, who contemplate taking the
route referred to, will take notice.
Avothbr Jam.—There
ii no more
aeeouatlag for tbo vacillati oa of pub'ie or in
dividual opinion than tbero ie for tkoehiftiog
of tha wind. Oaly tha ot bar day our eity
council pledged itaelf to aii amendment af tbe
eity eharter aad aaked the people to joia ia
and bave that doeuaeat ao unleaded that the
debt of the eity ooald ba better haadled aad
that tbe Interest tkareaa, woald b« vary ma
terially redoeed. Tko o ouaeil wae unaal
moae aa well aa greatly la earneat oa that
point. What ware tha tuple to espeot from
auek a state of faetat 8 ur.ly that wkea the
day of eioetioa coma tba% they would sustain
the proeeeding. Bat baar waa it Why,tbe
aambera of tbe aaaaail alaoet to a aaa voted
againatit. Amoag tko otro.ageet advooatta
waa Mr. Skarey, tke eity attorn ey. He brought
the matter up aad hU reaeoaia|% whatever It
might have keen waa adopted by tko elty
eoaneii. This waa aa ondoreoa eat. At tbe
pjlis tbeee same aldermen ra padiated Mr.
8borey'a eehemo. Ibis was a repudiation—^
Oaa weak tko oouaoil isfcwi Mr. 8korey
Ike aoat it
rtpudiaU*
kla. W ba nest Tko
eleatiaa af eity effieero eomea ol", aad presto,
tha eoai eil agala eodoraea Mr. Sboroy, by
ra-eiaatlnf him to tbe eity attorne yahip la tho
plaeeofa man, J. W.Tbomaon. Req., who
waa knowa to be a atoorn
pud aaunimmt.
0pponmti to tht pro
Wa report that there le
r«aily no aeooaatiag for tka vaeeellaliao of
tbe geatlemsB of tbe eity eouueiL Tbay
want one tbiag one day t.he next thay don't
aad then, agala they do. Perbapa noma boo y
aaa oxpiala thla tortuoaa aotioo, but wa be
lieve that aeitber tha ooun eilmea aor tko al*
loraaaoaa do ao eaUefeetorlJy.
IVifSfillli COURT OP IOITA.
APRIL TERM, 1M4.
»r22d
Thursday, AfrilW.
lS«« OoadaavsBoyen, app't, itaotMlao* Oo,
aarm»d.
M*7*f Bl11''#t8wU
TO Rviff A
ed oa ehargo of /oryrry. Tka almple anaounee
meat of tko fact woe met on all elda by une
quivocal repudiation. No aan in the ooaaty
of Beott would sooaer be exculpated from
that charge, ia tha opialon of the people, than
Capt. Davenport. His Integrity was and has
baea for ycara above auspielon and, without
thanks to the traduoero of bis good name, slil'
holds that poeitiaa la tha alads of tka ontlr4
people.
It was claimed on the part of tho proscaa
tloo tbst defendant had aold to tha city of Le*
Claire the lota aow knowa aa tka City Came.
tery, making therefor a dead and acknowledge
iag tho came, and then dating back tho dead
aad aekaewledgemeal, after it waa so ta\en
for fraadaleat purpoaee.
Tkat thla waa a aalieioaa prosecution waa
apparent to all wko liatcacd to or took any
latcreat in the Batter.
It waa abown ia evidence that Davenport
waa appointed Attorney la faet for Antoiao
LeClaire some eight or aloe yeara aince that
he acted aa inch up to the time of tbe dceeaaa
ot aald LeClaire that aioca thea aad dowa to
tha preeeat time he hae and now ie aetiag ia
the eame oapeoity for hia ailate, duly aeknowU
edged aad accredited, aad that he bad full
pawer aod antbority to make tke deed that,
altboagh the deed had b*ca altered, yet the
alleratloo was prior to the anknowledgment
or delivery of the saoc. As no transfer is
complete before aa actual acknowledgment
aad delivery, it followa that the grantor may
make, alter end ehacge theeontenteof a dead
ad
Whitb'b Dancibo Acadimt.—TLe
laat term of tbe aeaaoo will commence oil tha
10th. The olaaa for master*, miaiai aad ladies
oommeoeeooa Saturday, tbe Idtb, at 2 P. M.
Class for geotlemen oa Monday avaaiD^, the
]8th, at half-paat savaa. apll-dlw
it be re­
(iii'im before inch delivery, aad that it ia
hia aadoubtad right ao to do, as It is the gran
tee'a privilege to refute or to accept the same
if tha terme do not auit him.
It waa further abown in evidence that one
R. H. Rogera, a neighbor aad former partner
of Capt. Davaaport, bad obtalaed aome knowl
edge of the execution of tbia datd and certain
cratures en the eame, aad thought he had a
•'good thing" aad aotitied Davenport that he
ebould lay tbe matter btfore the Grand Jury,
Now, it is well known here, as wall aa at Le
Claire, that Capt, Davaaport haa entertained
doubt
Pricbs.—Tha
btr-
bere of our elty have established aa entirely
aow oeale of prlaae, wbiok kava already gooe
Into effeet. Under tko bow tariff it takes a
dime greenback to get shaved, a quarter for a
hair eut, aod 15 esnta for both. Children'*
hair eat for twenty oanta, and a good abatnpoo
for a quarter. Thi* is but keeping step with
the iocraaaed priea of luxuries of all klnda.
Officir.—Capt.
A. Palmer haa been oa reeruitiag service Io
tbia elty ainoa last December, and during that
time baa reeroited 218 man—thirteen of
which ware reeruitcd aiaoe tbe lat of April
at which time the bouity was redoeed from
9SOO to $100. Tbe Captain returna with tbo
16th to tho 6 eld whoa the term of furlough
expiree. H.a baa ahowa himself to be an one
orgetlo maa.
of tha integrity of Rogera, and that
Rogers baa not heeitated to pronounce Daven
port ciehoneet, that ho had ebeatcd him, that
he would chow him up somstime, and much
more of the same sort. It also appeare that
Roger* haa been ia Davaaport for nearly a
weak peat vary buaily denouncing Davenport,
aayiag that ha had evidence to convlet bim of
forgery, etc., hence it is quite essy to trace
the eoarce of what would aaem to be a mall-
Ion* proeeeution. We aay
For many yaara they hav« kaowa Capt
Davenport aa a kind and liberal hearted man'
whose haad waa alwaya open to *uccor the
needy, and who never refuaad to do a kind
act for any oaa—even though a political op
poatnt yet here we aae them, partis aa of
the abolitioa pcraaaaion, listening to aad fol
lowing tbe advice of an avowed enemy of Mr
Davenport, that he might ba blaated in hia
fair name. That they ahould be ao blinded at
to be lodaeed to throw tbe ball* made by Ko
gera, eaa only b« accounted for apoa the
priaciple aa before atated. of parsoaal malig
nity and partixanabip.
They have learned a leeaoa which they will
alow to forget, while Rogers should be
•eoffed by every houect man.
Id juatlee to Geo. E. Hubbell, £«q., nouniej
for tbe proaecution, it should bo cold that after
having earefully watehed tha pointa la the
caae aa It progreassd, aad became ooavinoed
that the groaad taken by his elieat was atter
y notcaable, arcaa la opao Court and deelared
hat ha waa coavineed tkat the eaaa had teen
unfairly ata'ed to him, aad that be took tbe
responsibility, as far aa he wae concerned, of
withdrawing the proeeeution, and entirely ex
honorating Capt. Davenport from any Intent
to defraad. Tha Ooart—Squire B.ood—a« a
matter of eoarae, at oaee diamiaaed the eaaa,
aad thus tha foal eonapiraey to ruin aa hoaeet
man'a good name, waa eomplctely uamaeked*
We feel it our duty further to atate that the
rcaeon given by the eoneplratora why thay did
aot approaeh Mr. Davaaport aad have an
aiMeable uaderetandlag af tho affair before
proceeding to trial, wae that ha woald ra"
•way, aad thaa give thea ao abaaao to prose*
cute. This positioa was, of coarse, perfect
humbag, aa it waa proven ia Oonrt that Capt.
Davaaport kaew of the aeheme oa foot eeveral
daya before t»e proeeeution waaaoaaenced—
time caough to have left the State a baadred
tlmee had be feared ia tha leaet the maebiaa
tioaa of his ooemice. Bat he did aot, aad si
ctood Lis grouad,aad haa beau meet honorably
vindicated. We leave tbe aabjeet, coateat that
the conspirator* may make all thay ean oat of
their eoaeamato villaioy.
For Dafeadaat, Graat, Parker and Bin.
For prosccatloa, Habbcll Bros.
ARRIVAL AND RECEPTION OP THI
BECOND CATALRT.
Aa anticipated, this splendid veteran regi
ment about 150 atrong,Major Coon, aommaad
lug, arrived this day at aooa on the stesmer
Savannah The belie in tha varioae eteeple*
were rang aa soon aa tbe boat hove ia eight,
aad every flag aad baaaer ia tbo city wae
thrown to the brecae. Several thouaaad peo
ple rnsbed to the leading and greeted' the
battle wore vetereaa with load aad prolonged
cheers. A braes bead was also present and
discoursed rich aada ta welcoac homo tho
gallant boy a.
After soan prellmiaariec, tbe soldiers msrh
od to Metropolitan Ball, where tho Mr ladles
cf cur eity had prepared a aaat laviting eoi
iation of the aaat toaptlag vlaade. Poar
wide tablcc raaninf tha entire leaghth aI tha
1*00 Barrall va Gawin, aim't. Dab«ai«a Oa ®k,n body of tho Hall were tltterally groan
^8^ Pike v« in- llnguader the laaaaerablo diahee provided
1ITI Bla^e jlw vTlSi^SKll. »Md all aklllfaUy aad toaptlagly arraaged,
l~MKa
Good
teem
rf
Man's
when we
mean tha positive.
Tbe Mayor of LeClaire, who ia leas a knave
than eomethiug else,and doabtleaa wa* Rogera'
dupe, waa oantrolled by the Towa Coun
cil, which had directed bim to commence a
proaecution. Now, it 1* evident that they were
|od by RDgera to tbia action,and it fpeeke]wel'
for their iatelligeaoe aod ahowa to what ex
tent party prej :diee will carry mea.
DAILY" DEMOCRAT AND NEWS
THE GREATEST GOOD TO THK GREATEST NUMBER:
DAYENPOBT, IOWA. THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 14. 1864 i
Na«.-A few day. ago Capt. Adrian H. Dev. provide witk eoaU.for tbo ooamimloaed
eaport oI LeClairo, at tko iaetaaee of aepria- offioera. aad aeroM tbo Hall sad round about
eiDled men wko eavied Mm kisgood aamo aad «ag» and banaers ware dispossd with the
.. a __ aanal La.allf-1 'PLa liataxat
eought to brlog hia to diegraoe before the
people of this cooaty, with whoa he hod lived
aad by whom ho kad ever besa most highly
reopeoted far honor aad Integrity, was arreet-
tka ladlee know beet bow. The aUge,
moat bsaulifal affeet. The balconies were set
•part far tko ladlso, and were speedily filled.
After rtaehing tha Hill and taking position
a abort aad eloquent woleome speech was
aada by Jedge Dillioa, who was sueeesded
la a few remarka by Oeaeral Hateh, late
Coloael of tko regiaeat, who was greeted
with tremeadoas applause. Tbo men tboa
fell ta with right good will, aad la due coarse
of eveats most ampli justiea was mated out
to tbo matter aadar diocuosloo. Tbe oeea
slon was pleaaaal oaa, aad everythlag passed
off with utmost h*rmoay.
Tha bo?i of the Seeoad ware highly pleas*
od with their reception, and will reaaaber it
as oae of tho aoet pleaaant opiaodes of their
eampaiga,
Tha ladies of Davaaport destrve great ersdit
for the aotioa taken by them in the matter,
without wkeib tho oeeaeioa would have been
devoid of ita leading attraction*.
Personal.—Brig.
RIVER ITEMS.
The Northern Line packet Eawkeye Stata,
Captaia Maaoii, will depart for St. Louia and way
points to-morrow morniag. lien. Congar ia tha
office. Tha Hawkeye haa baan thoroughly over
hauled during tha past winter, aad cornea out
looking aa good a* new.
Tha mail and pa*a«nger packet Jamea Maaaa,
Jerry Wood, Captain, will depart for Dubnque
aad way polat*to-morrow morning. It. M. Pretty
man, agent J. Scarborough ia the offleo.
The mail aad passenger packet, Jennie Whip
ple, Jas. Campbell Captain, Lemuel Parkhurt
Clark, will depart for Fort Maliion and way
point* to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock. E. A
Tilobin, Agent.
The new Xortbrrn Line packet Muuatine, Cap*
tain Rhode*, will depart for St. Paul aad way
point* ta-morrow morning. Geo. W. Jenks ia
tbe effice. R. M. Prettyman, agent.
THE MARKETS.
Davenport Market.—Dally Report.
Orriox or thi
New VorK stock Market*
Niw Toax. April 14.
Gold reached 189. Pince tho biard 1 77 1-2.
Chicago Barhei, tojr Talearaph.
CairAoo. Aj-ri! 18
FloOB—Firm, but without naterltl
.Hi i i
Gen. Solly arrived
ia towa from St. Louie yeatarday. He baa
everything in readineea, and will leave agala
to eater upoa the aetive duties of the Graat
Indian Campaign In a few daya.
Dim.
A News,)
Wednesday, April 1.
PtOCB—$8.
Whiat—9#fl$1.05.
Cobk—[email protected]
[email protected]«5.
Babliy—$126g1.8®.
PovAToas—[email protected]
Near Vora BatkSb
Niw Yobk, April 14.
Cotton.—Quiet at &0s.
Kuwb—10«42» better. g8.8638.4S Extra
Cohn—$1,83.
Oats—[email protected] 1 2.
Poax-924 old. »S5
new.
LaU—Steady at 13^(314.
Waisir—l,iiO(gi ai.
state
$9.&J(&3 75 H. H. O.
Whiat—3(u55cent* better. $1.780185 Chicago
Spring 01-70^1.^5 Milwaukee Club, |[email protected]
Winter Ked.
lira— Firm 1,86(21,48
change.
Whiii -«*p.ned at tl 26.S®' for No 1. and
l.'i.fitt 24 for No. J. Toward the oime, price.«jm
paihiZ:iig with gold" advanced to $1.1®30 for
Mo. 1, and II aex®t« lor &o.2.
i,«b—F.rm and bu aut for new. Bale* atliX®
Bge lor new No. I, a for No. S old ccrn
'oit*—Aetlve and firmer. Bale* of Ho. 1 at 4JX
®u!«Bw:Bee-Firm, with ealej at $1.14X«1
pinv *iom—Iflrm. Borne holder* utltf I*®
me., pork.
Labb—Firm. 13X®lle.
Davaaport Lnmtei Market.
Datsnpobt,
Jaa. 8, 1868
,.»St
.. S1024
32
Fenclag per oae thoasand feet.
Bara Hoards do
Flooring do
Siding 0
Joist and timbft 4o
Shingles, per thoutanl
Lath,
Pickets
1.60(36.
4.
..16(130
TO-DAY'S ADV'TS
VBiBHAii uRoiaa
um.
sa.
naicqoBTaaa Distaior or Iowa,
Offle* of Auutant Adjuian' Gttural, I
l)Ava*ro*T, iowa, April 11th, 14C4.
1. Billable Information having Jaat been received
blehainBrms tbe report, that hostile Indiana, ia
large numbera, will endeavor to prevent boata from
aaeendicg the Mtsaouri river, the sama report
that eauaed the commanding 'General of the
Departs eat of the North Weet to eautlon
th3*e who Intended to navigate the upper
Miatourl thla year of danger, the General oom
ma^d.ng tha Dlatrlet wbleh ln.luda* Dakota, doea
not think It *afe one boat to go up the river
alone, higher than Fort Pierre without ahe ia well
arm ad, and proteated by troopa.
ihe aommaading offleer of tha Poet near Farm
laland, a few mllea below Fort Pierre, la there
fore hereby directed not to allow aae bo*t to go
alone above that polat, without ahe la properly
armed and proteetad. He will detain any heat
reaching hia poat, until two or more, If he d.eme It
aaaeaaarjr, ean go la ooapaay paat tbe point* where
danger may ba aaiieipated, thirty mUea thla aide of
Fort Berthold.
Thla order will be la ferae till all daager la over,
and U given, not only for the aafety of tbe paaaea
gera and boau, but to prevent by any acsldent tha
hoetlle Indiana from procuring arma, ammaaltlon
and provi.iona.
The commanding ofiser of tbe Post near Fort
Pierre, will uae a aound dlacretlon in carrying out
thla order, having In view tha good of the eervlee
II. Arma and ammunition, except In quantitlM
auSeient for the uaa of pa«eengera and crewe of
boat*,on their pataaga np tho river, aod for their
while In tbe upper eountry, will not be allowed
to be earrled above Fort Pitrra, eieept by persila
•Ion of the General aommanding the Diatrict.
III. Tbe annuity gjuds for tiio ilium Indians
will not be suffered to go up the eountry farther
than the Poet near Farm laland, a few miiei below
Fort Plena, nor will they be dalrltuted, but stored
at tba Post til', fur'.her ordara
IV. No eltisjn or authorised trader will be al
lowed to give or aell any arma,
ammunition or provi
sion* to any Biou Indians above Fort Pierre, aad at
thia point and at tUlo-her puiLla lu Dakota Territory,
arms, ammunition and provi.iona wi.l bu given or
aold to friendly Indiana oaly, and In aueh qnantltlee
oa wt!! be rf-qclre^ far tbe u»e of th*ae Indlao.
only. Ail officer, and anltated man or thla District
are hereby called upoa to aee that thia order is en
forced.
By order of Brig. Gen. Sully.
Official: JOHN H. PELL, A. A.O.
April 14. dlt
DR. W. ROBINSON,
Sargaaa aad Reehaaieal
N Z a
ooana or as
aot axd gnan
OBAMBS MODKRATI
R. H. PARKS,
Produce Brokerf
NO.
154 SOUUH-WATER STREET, CHI
CAGO, 111. P. O. Box 10 9. JST Cash
advance* made on property In store. (mb7-dly
JOHN N.CRAWFORD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PENSION 4, BOUNTY AGENT,
FARRAND'd BLOCK, Datvoport, Iowa. [mh30
]Hetro|»olitan Hotel,
CORIER RANDOLPH A WELLS STREETS,
CHICAGO* ILL.
mhfS-dSm 8. H. SKINNER, Proprietor.
J.M. DUNN,
JPaper Hanger,
Paiater* Glazier aad Whltcaer.
mhS-4m]
Matt
8i
St., btt Bradf &
Prrry.
WALL PIPER! WALLPAPER!
JYeic Styles
For the Season of 1864.
The Largeat A Bast Stock la Davaaport,
AV
L. W.PETERSEN'S 8TORE,
Wo. 99 West Second Street.
Having
made large purchases of
Stock from the New Yi.rk If anufaetarara be*
fore tbe ri*e,
1 am prepared to offer
Superior Inducements.
mbI2 L. W. PETERSEN.
To 31achlnlots and itllll Mea.
SEVERAL
HUNDRED FCL'NDS OF OLD
Type, suitable for babbitt metal, for aala at
thi* office, in quantities to suit^ mh2Sdtf
Groceries} Hoar & Feed Store.
The
undersigned respectfully in.
roBMS tbe citiaens of Scott and adjoining
counties, that be will constantly keep in his New
Store, oorner ot Seeon 1 and Scott streets, a good
assortment of Groeerics, Flour and Feed, which
he will always sell at tha lowest market prise
Highest price paid for farm Produce. Ooods
delivered free of charge in city limits.
oel» dAtrlfl WA M'L C. TOONO.
Army supplies*
!n
SS
1
it, or toony.bcni.lU arl.ing
tberofrom. An oith »rs!kgian:o will be required
from each bid lor, and
110
bi.1 wlil bo received with­
out a written guaranty of two reapon.ib'e pnrtle* aa
fol'owa
"Via
thu uuilor.ignod horcby guarantee
thataboald th i above bid bj ascaptd It .hall ba
fulfilled aosjrdiug to it* true purport and condi
tions nlao that a written contraet .hill bu executed,
If required, with bjtd«, the sufflslency and amount
of which may be ''etermlned by the officer accept
ing tbe bid."
No propoaal* wilt be entertained th %t may be re
ceived from percoaa ot kDown d'aloyalty. Payment
to bo made In such fund* a* may be farnlahed by
the United Stale*.
Th under.i^nod reaerve* the right to reject any
or all bid* offered.
Propoaalamu*tbeaddrea*ed to Capt. 11. N. Da
vie, U. 8. U. B. Vole 1111. Diet. Iowa, Davenport,
Iowa, aid ahould be plainly marked l'ropoaal. for
Freeh Beef." H. N. DA Via,
Capt. and Commlaaary of Bnbal.tenee U. 8. Vol..
ap»
DR.J.GADD.
OFFICE
IN FARRAND'S BLOCK, CORNER
of Brady and Secand Sis., up stairs, Daven
pott, Iowa. Special attention given to treatment
of Chronie disease* apd Female complaints of av
i ry variety, and trents Caicers ard all diseases
pertaining thereto without using the knife, by a
aaw process —safe and effectual in a'.l curable
case*. Office hours from 9 a. m.ta 4 p. m.
Address, Box 300. apl4-dAwly
Sore Throat,
Coach.
No. a Sd St., Metropolitaa Block,
HAVE
BECEIVED AND ARE RECEIVING
every day, by kxpress,. the most dssirable
stylss
ot
Faahion&ble [Spring Goods of
various Fabrics A Patterns.
Also a full stock of bleached and unbleached Mas
Has, ilanaels, to which we invite tbe atteatioa
of bayers. Having oar eaublishment in Phila
delphia and Baltimore, and one of oar Arm aoa
stantly in tbe market, we are eaabled to offer ia
duoemnt* to all »ho mi "i-dawly
METROPOLITAN HALL.
POSITIVKLT FOR THREE NIGHTS OKLT.
Tharaday, Friday A Satartfay Evealags,
April 14.15 Jk IB.
MORRIS MINSTRELS
Brass Band fc Bsrlnqas Old
Folks Concert Troupe.
|j!M( tnl Uamgc C11AJ. A. MORRIS.
Stage Manager, J. stratton Leader of B^nd,
ABE
rA.i
HBADQUABTKKl DIBTKIGT OF IOWA,
Sublitltnct Office.
».
DAViaroar, Iowa, Apii. 9, 1841
BBALBD PU0P03AL9 (ii dnplloate) will be
received by the undersigned at hi* oQlce, ua'Jl fjur
o'clock P. M. on Frlda/, lfitli day of April
1864, for (upp'ying for the subsistence of
the United Statoa trops, stationed at the oamps
in and about Davenport, lows,
FRESH BEEF,
to be delivered in such quantities and at luch
times anl places as miy from time to time bo
designated by the subsistence officer in charge
soidoontract to remain ia force for foar months,
unless previously terminated by the Comairsary
General of Subsistence U. S. A., or other au
th r'sid olficcr.
Bidders arc invited be present when the lids
are opened.
The bids will be opened at the ofliae of the an
dersignod, on tha 15th day of April, 1S(4, at 4%
p. m.
Tbe contract will bo made wtth tho person who
ahull produce the require! article, on tho lowed
proposal. Tho eontroot will expre..ly provide that
tl ahall terminate In four month, nnle.s previously
terminated by the Commissary Uer.orat of Uub.l.
tenee, or other authorised ofllcer that no member
of Coayrea., n olUoar or a^jn'. ol ttio Ooveramont
or any per.on eoiployctl in the pubiic .ervlce shall
be almitteil to .hare.
Cloths, Cas&imerts,
Colds.
and similar tro«blcs, if suffered to progress, result
la serious Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic
affections, oftentime* incurable.
Brown's Bronchial Troches
are compounded so as to reach directly the seat
of tbe disease uad give initant relief.
feb23-dtwlm
BEAUTIFUL SPIUNB GOODS.
M*ate JMrrivals.
J.
Sattiaette, Jeaai,
Seldel
Director of Amuwment, J. R. Taylor Leader of Orciiae*
Ira, W. lliakeaey.
Sixteen Established Artists!
Ch»J. A. Morrle, Lew. Simmon*, Cal. Wagner,
j. K. Tayinr,) Jules au-atloa, O. II. Carter,
J, il. gurriilse, K. Kervia, W. Bialtenejr,
Jules 8eidel, M. 0. MlBST, Cook,
M. Kanane, Ned Weat, Frank Watts,
W. A. Abbott
FIVB OOHWEDIAN'?, FOUR tlATXALISTa, SBVKN
MUSICIANS ANO TIIKKK 1MNCKR.S.
The nly con.p'.«te Company now traveling. Organised
with great care for this seaMn,
1*564.
Admission (Scent* Reserved Seats,.. ,.G0 cents.
Doors opea at a quarter before 7. To commence at a
quarter to 8 precisely.
a*^ Elghtcea niagniSc.«t pictures oPthe meaibrrs ef
lUsTroupe, taken by Bari Smeaton,of Quebec, Photo.
graahlst to the Royal Family, London, will 6c on exhi
bition In front of the Hall daring the day.
tree Serenade in front ef BaR previous to tbe'per
(tomaaee, by Monia' Bra** BanA
II CHAfl. A. MORBU, Maasgst Bad PifSStSt.
I yTt. ABBOTT, Bn*lass* Ageat.
PAPERSI
NOW
No. 50 Brady Street,
Above the Post Office.
Jt MAMMOTH STOCK OP
Among which will be Found
BROW ft BLANKS, WHITE BLANKS, SATIN#,
BRONZED SATINS, STAMPED GOLD
A E S I U E S A E S
I N E N S A E S I A N O S E
AH the Above at Very Low Prices.
At'KNCY FOR
SHIELD'S WOOLEN MODS!
T^hr
Undersigned would respect
fully inform the citizens of Scott Bnd aj
jrning counties, that he is now prepared to furn
ish, at the Davenport Woolen Factory, all des
criptions of Woolen Goods, suoh as
Stoeklag ariis, &e.,
By U»a yard or piece. F-.r tbe convenience of the
city trade, he has established an agency with Ma.
NAM. PKItllY, Merchant Tailor,oppo-ite tbe
Poat Office, for tbe utile of Cloths, and with Ma.
W. c. W ad..wohth,corner of Second and Brady
Streets, for tbe sale of
sllankeu, Flannel*, Stocking Yarn, Ae",
At Factory prieaa-
W O O
Bought,or taken in axchaage for ManS^hctUie
Goods, at the highest cash price, atthe Factory
Janll dawtf] JOSEPH SHIE LDH
U I U S K O
Manafactarer A Dealer in
U O O S
Hats, Caps & Gloves,
FANCY ROBES, LADIES FURS.
FUR GOODS OF
all kinds renovated,
repaired and re
modeled so SI tt
saonform witb tba
i latest fashions, and
|in tbe mo*t satis
factory style.
Prices moderate,
and latislaction
guarantied.}
Second Stree {between Maia and
ocli-d6m
EEADY-MADE
CLOTHING
At Coat Prlee, to be had ol
8d Street, 1st door from National Bank,
DAVBNPORT, IOWA
I kata also a good assortment of
Aeiils' Furnishing Goods,
37m Olotbing
Cloths, CaasiiBerea,
SHIRTS,
^•o-i ^crlxlola. ael
Custom Work
Done at all times, and warranted tha best, moot
durable and choapeat. All th»». want to buy
CHEAP GOODS mack come to
av!9 dly FRANZ METER.
aso. a. raaua. ALvaan bdwamBi.
WAE CLAIM,
BOCXTY & PESSIOJi
AGENTS.
PARKER EPWARDSi
lbia Street, between* Second aad Third
Streets. Oavcnport,
Oollset leek i»y, Boenttoe 4k Pomioes.
HAVDfG~BE*Nparties
ENGAGED FOR OVER A
year ia r^osocoting Claims for Peasioas, Ar
rears and Booties, ean rely npoa having
thsir matters atteadod to as promptly a* the busl.
aa*aof tbe rarious Departiaantj at Washin^taa
will permit. iyli»-dtf
NEW STORE!
•inHM BjurrtMEVEa.
TTA^aSUOficDlHlS slouiw OK GOODS
rX to Fraaklla Bloak, oa 8eeond street, betwaea
is-»- aad Harrtsea, where ha has opeaed a NEW
CLOTHING STORE, vd wUl keep coastaallyea
baadagood assortmeat of
ffems' ftorHtshing
S V K I 1 I O
•m
IB CENTS PER WEEK.
StLi ii lli NUMBER 145.
OPENED
-AT-
If IR
9
a
HILLS A WASHBURN,
No. 65 Brady St root
MearlyJopposite.Post Ofl4%
HAVEthe
IN STORE AND ARE
RBcsirm
for Winter Trade, tho largeet aad heat
assortment of
PARLOR. COOK & HEATING
STOVES,
that can be purchased ia the Eastern
11. A W, have the ezdaslvc sale fist
OAMFORDm
Celebrated Challeage Hoator
one of the most eeoaoaloal iaveallcas aver as*.
aoo#dt lad forooiTiiiiaMftii omCitl |m at
The unrivalled
Triumph)
Forest Oak,
Iron Gata,
aad other favorite patters oaa ONLT ba obtalaed
at Hills A Waah barn's.
|W Every Steve guaraatied ta give aillbs
tiea or the money rofuaded.
Theyaleo keep tbo eeiobiaM
KENT I0K Y PQMPa
a whioh water never frlscis.
oalea,acorv,
Piwlaf Ji—i,
Jloeat,
ia faot everything la tho Una.
CFoo4a.
atbeassade to order ea^bo|hirt—I asWss. aad
gthHioafnmnMBa. Ob taWiy
M*d
JTUrwerp, MmSi
Betting Hem
cannot be surpassed. We lavita laspccUsa aad
defy compotitioa. A lae oa haad a lull sleek ct
Tin ware. Jappaaaed aad PorealBpl
Ware, Chamber Bctta, Plaatabad Jk
Brlttania Ware, Cml Hods,
Toags, Shovela, Pakasa
fia, Copper & Shoot baa War%
oi^naiaoturad to order oa short uotioei
Oaliaad.aK
ef alt kiads prompt)* atteaded to.
a niaa gaeds aod leara the prtecs.
oclT-dwtf
B. IIFIN*,
GKItBiL raeDVCB C—HM—
MSROBAinh
Ra 4. anrr
em'
Black,
PATS
LevMk
HIGHEST CASH VBMIB IOI AIX
kiads eoaatry wedaee. baMev aad nasi
Stesae always ca haad. Says aad oelBmh

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