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K E O K U K
'TUESDAY \inhSI\ff, OCT. 12.
ftBFUBLXCAN NOMINATIONS.
For 0/ 5/e/r,...ri.IJ All *111*
r*r Am4ttar„.„ j. w.catti i
For T\'*nirrr, J(IH* «.
Fv Key, JUrttt #rr,...A m«* B. 1*111 I I M.
fbr JUt'f Gtmtrmi,. JAlllt IL A. HK E.
far Cea*. D. M. h*ti ./»!«. V. DMARKS.
For onrrrtt,
HAHri:L H. I RTll.
yVr T'ntn.t Judge,
tRANl l« NCHIBiKKIt.
For IHitrirt Protrcvtor,
i. K. IflAKRH.
P» itrmiif of th( hinrd of ErfurSMSa.
Mnt EL I,. HOWK.
Cltrk of thr Dittnrt CowL
JOHN W. OCiBt.N.
Republican Township Ticket.
fpjntSWF T«t»t*«*..„..KoB'T P. CREEL.
JAKPAE A. VIALL.
JNO, M. ANDERSON.
CuKK... II. H. AYRKf«.
Jtmnca*or ran Pbao»—'THO£. J. n ENOW
ITH.
Til08. MARTIN.....
(OTTO LYMAN",
J. M. BREEl»®r*
OolStABUtt .... «... M. FA It if.
G. T. FKY.
It. H. Hl'STON.
J. BLAIK.
AttTOR*,... W. Pill MAN.
Tmm Dai Mourns Valut Warn
if published
every Monday st thi* office,if one uf the oldeit
paper* in Iowa,and ha* a very large and inereaa-, .. ..
l.goirenl.UoD .h,„.,,ho.. ,h. I*. Moiut.v.l- "tker pr.otio.bl. me.n.
ley,North err Misrouri. and Wc*trr.initio!*.
WiBELT Vavlmt M'eio, munt b« aeeimpaaieI %y
tbe eaah in ail ca«ea.
Daily nibaen bers eaa pay tbe carrier,if they pre
fer, once in two weeki. Tbe carrier i* aovlsed to
tt|iaire payment in advance, in ail case*.
Ho Job Work delivered until paid for.
Ail adv ertiremenU nut be fsaid for in advance,
•wept in the caee of cnetntner* with whom wc have
•Wtaal aocounts. "With fuch, fettlemente will be
made quarterly.
Republicans, to
tbe Polls!
doty. The time for tbe laet day's work bae
oome. To-day all oan bear a hand. Every
various papers and a score or two mors of
iBfamous slanders in the Keokuk Journal.
Tbe charge is absurd on its face, and tbe au
Jhor of it is one of those poor oontemptible,
O^wlv imported Looofoeo editors, whose
onij qualifications for their vocation is a
r«*]' »s faciiuy in hard lyiag and bard drink
Ing.
Col. Curtis pronounces tbo statement ut
terly destitute of truth, and all tbe old citi
sons who are familiar with tbe circumstances
of Col. Curti.' .ettleneot k«, look «po.
•ITIXKII NOTICE. killing Jenkins, the matter was brought be
Subscription* for the
IUilv
Gara^rr, and
Then, Republicans, to the Polls early,
Mid remain late, «fid watch and work all
tike time.
Col Turtle at Home.
art LIBEL LIES *Kt HIS rKI.LOW-CITIgWt.
chug. .b.»rd, u .,11 u ta. .nd
Col. Curtis came to Keokuk in tbe employ
of the State as Engineer of tbe Des Moines
River Improvement in 1M8, and lived, with
his large family, in a little frame house with
one room Mid a shed kitchen for a couple of
fears.
The Co?one! was subsequently thrown out
©f employment, by a change in tbe Board of i
fubiic Works, and was uffcred the post of
City Engineer in St. Louis. He accepted it,
#nd went to St. Louis, leaving his family:
bare.
During tbs ooono of II* Mil jaar, whilt
Coi. Curtis was separated from his family,
two qt his children died. Suffering under
this affliotive bereavement. Col. Curtis gath
•red his family around him in St. Louis.
character by stamptng tins infamously base
lontlH| llrMi.
——A correspondent of the Albany Journal
Bet cx-Prcsident Van Buron tfe* other da
on bis wuy to the Fair at Syracuse, looking
bale and hearty aa thirty years sinoe.
—Mr. S. Hildreth, the founder of the town
of Osatk, Jackson county, Iowa, and owner
of the fine
flouriD*
forfj
|The day for writing and speaking during appointment of the Very Rev. E. Puroell,of
this canvass has passed. Editors and stump Cincinnati, as Cordjutor Bishop of tbeCatbo
•peakers have had their day. The time bae lie Dioeeee of Pittsburgh.
now arrived for tbe voters to perform their I
The charge has hince been published in oordancc with the verdict of the ouroner's
jury. Poison was found in his stomacu, and
the evidence iudioates that his wife ndminis.
tared it to bitn.
And now a contemptible sprig of niggerless,
laafing, drunken chivalry charges publicly ..
Fellow Republicans, aye, feilow-citisens
of Keokuk of all parties, vindicate your own
«4u»iilicMtiou at Voters,
71m Code, in section two hundred and fftv*
uiue, provides that when a person
Th* twenty-hrst section of chepttr 109, of
Ih*- laws of the lastaoasion, iuwsndathis by
striking out twenty aud inserting sixty. So
tbat si*ty.day's residone* in the cauuty is
eold, rains aeldoaa an4
dc
^,f
Cap
is
lenged at the polls, he shall swear to thr fol- s
while engaged
on Satuidav in repairing bis mill dam on the
Maquoketa at that point, «M killed by the
bank caving in on him.
—Col. Forney tells as how lb* members
of Congrew from the North, who were
Originally opposed to the President's Le
oomptou policy, and who were converted,
voted. Lie says of Owen Jones "llestood
tit ere and whimpered his vote through white
and shivering lips."
—In bis late vindication, Col. Fornoy oay*s
^The defenders of the last Administration
prc-ramme are to be found among the die
unionists of the South, who are a minority
in their own region, and powerless and sas
peotcd at their own firesides.*'
—A Washington dispatch states that it is
the desire of the Administration that Gen*
Denver shall recall his resignation of the
Governorship of Kansas, and of this faot be
has been advised.
-The AT. F. 7im«s, which was the first
journal to announce the appointment of Mr.
Peterson to the Spanish mission, ways be
will be instructed that the objeot of his mis
sion is to aoquire Cuba by parobofe or any
On the discharge of Oen. Lane after
bis protracted examination on the charge of
.tfae0r||UjJury The jury failed to find
a bill, and Lane, therefore, stands clear be
fore the law.
—Mr. Home, the spiritual rapper, lately
gave an exhibition of bis powers the Caarat
St. Petersburgb, and the Ctarlna was so de
lighted that bhc gave him a $tkH) ring. lie
was offered $000 a night at St. Petersburgh
to display his powers, but refused, having
promised the relatives of bis Russian wife
that be would tibandon the spirits.
—Intelligence from Rome announces the
The
Davenport Vatette says themsnot
word of truth in the telegraphic dis-
patches that an attempt was made to burn
he Rock
Republican may not only vote himself, but of the 4th inst.
may, by his influence and efforts, induoe
Other* to work and vote with him.
|#laad
rm
Oliver I. Taylor, whom some of our citi- history of New Kngland, in one chapter of
««ns may remember formerly as a drunken whioh be attempts to prove that llogor Wit
loafer, sub-editor of the Poet of our city, 1 Hams in fav^ ttf persecution
published in a paper wbiob he now issues at i the Puritans themselves.
Keosaaqua, the charge that Col. Curtis said —Mrs. Schrobder, who wis arrested on
)m ''left Keokuk and moved to St. Louis in suspicion of having poisoneJ her husband,
Ofder to secure a hi^ii suciai position for who died very suddenly Inst week, in Quin
llmself and family." ay, ills., has been oommitted for trial, in ac-
jiroiwl bridge on tbe night
—The Olpmpian games after being discon
tinued for \500, are re-established at Athens
in tbe anoi Stadium, by a decree of tbe
Queen Regent of Greece.
—The Duke of MalakolT recently gavo a
"iinner in Paris, which cost him $1,000. He
tan afford it, the old sinner, as he has about
$50
,000 a year and is single.
Ex-Professor John G. Palfrey is writing a
For the Gate City.
Stump Speaker*.
Mnati. Enitoas: The county h*« lately
been stumped ver by various speakers. One
of them was a candidate on the Democratic
State ticket, and thn other a gentleman from
Ohio, who places hit* hands in his breeehes
pocket# and in humilitv places his head on the
y he
i.j,
Tbe
,,
Kiaoo. .i.nuer. dirt into whieh cry Looofoeo
but illu
s
onl slanderous warfare upon tbe Colonel and military post on tbe frontier of Texas.
bts family with indignant condemnation, at
ihu baliot-box.
1
Hulleitn, writing from ..pessia, says it is a
IkM* i* graot daal of m^nlight, as well is hi
,tr,li0B
ot
orator gets himselfwh*n he advocates Buch
anan Democracy as Justice did. The truth
is, Messrs. Editors, tlura is no Democratic
orator, especially the man who simply reads
Elmwood's speech, who dares meet a Repub
lican on principle. Tbe Democratic party
has no principle—can make no issue, and
say nothing, except to originate or repeat
falsehood and deception. The people through
the county say that the Democratic orators
sent to visit them were the most ignorant lit
tle men that ever addressed them on politico.
There was n ta man utnong them that dared
tell where he stood. When they were asked
to define themselves they were like Judge
Mason and another prominent Democrat tbey
said they were stele, not accustomed to the
,. ... critter. The fact is, no Democrat can strad-
t)
through tbe newspapers, and meaner men ...
i i u n e a k e s i i s n o o n y s i k u i k e e
reiterate the charge en the street, that Col. i .....
i .. ., .... Arkansas acae man, be has to vomit up bis
Curtis said that he took bis wifeand children,! ,,
... i "conscientious scruples" the first effort.
thus bereaved and afflicted, with their deep:
sorrow fresh upon them, to St. Louis for the Warm L&£0§BI*
ufpose of fecurinjt a higher social posi- olltr(ipk eir*V» iffft7oa*.Rxo«*
tion.
die Buchanan and Douglas, lhe man that
Ulli liiliTlrrf in* tV I 111 Jutllcr
Some tiiue sinct* a citizi n of Texas, Mr.
Joseph Head, was tied to tCtrco, stipped and
.. flogtr. ia a most unmcrciful manner, by or-
Hart0Ili
ljwing facts determined tit San Antonio.
"You do solemnly swear that *r* a The jury after a short absence returned a
citiien of tbe United States, that you itio a aerdict lur the plaintiff of $rtKX).
resident of (town or township) in this On the trial it was admitted by tbe counsel
t: juutj, that you are twenty-one years of age on both sides that i( Head had shot Bartou
ou veriiy beneve, tbat you iiave bt*en a i Ueatl at the time at tbo outrage, lie would
resident of this county twenty days, and of have eoti perfectly justifiable*, but this, it
tnis State six months, next preceding this 1 was shown, was wholly impossible, as Bar
election, aud thai you have not voted al this ton hud soldiers under h'u command, and the
«lection" —and if takes suoh oath his vote least resistance on the part of the victim th
c()mm(lna„r of a
chal- whipped of justice.
Mr. Head then commenced an action for
ara#f! eg
For this monstrous outtage, Burton was three electrical conductors next year.
arrested, tried before the criminal court of
Bexar countv, found guilty, and fin-*d in tbe
sum of $500. lli« line was promptly remit
ted by Gov. Huntitls, aud Barton went un-
shall be received. would, in all probability, have cost him his the way, the Democrats at Looting
&
0(mU
against Barton, which has just beottyihe heaviest cable ever submerged
to hU house for three
90( OT
care of a physician.
now neooaeary to antitis A poroon to ths right the AmentMn "8plT»to»l med?- oould do with the bragging Democrats was to
Io rtrti
om,"'who bus been astonishing the Kurope-| get one of them to risk five dollars—five dol
*ue» actually murned to M'ile Rroll or lars, remember, on four thousand majority
glTA correspondent of the 'Philadelphia-
Kroff ho bim
i n e a s i n i s a i a e i i s s a i e
war
8pir
i
to
u nl
*S W *4 i SJLg 40
S I I IS I |p IO 9 A I I 0 1
c.ftrd"
W1 al
*lM|* fOMtity of oraxy poopl*. fbetter reUro on his kurels.
artl of Gov. liowe.
MKsras. Editoes
My attention has been
oalled to the following extract, purporting to
be a part of an editorial of the Democratic
Journal of this city:
"The Governor himself thinks he is com
petent, does not know positively whether be
is or not, but says, if it does turn out that
Springer is not competent, he will resign,
and then I will appoint torn* OfM «fc©
competent."
This extract purports to be a quotation
from my remarks, making it quite neoeaeary
in justice to Mr. Springer as well a* myself
to correct the same, by saying that the state­
ment is simply untrue. It is impossible that
an Attorney in thi« State, during whieh time
is well quaunca Dy nature, eaucauon ana
This being my opinion of Francis Springer,
made the remark imputed to me.
RALPH P. LOWS*
Telegraphic *«w«.
that what he said of him in tbe presence of
Forney has become public.
The fact that the Times seems to be exclu
sively informed of the designation of Mr.
1'restou, of Kei tucky, as Minister to ijpain,
looks a little as if the old plan ot making thai
pnper the Administration organ at New York
had been revived.
I should have expressed doubts of Mr. Spring- Tli» "Ifaaw"
A correspondent of the Milwaukee Wis
er'* competency for the office of Judge in
this district. I have known him 20 vears aa ritory,
Nxw Orleans, Oct. 6.
guarding the spot
fi-er on the ground, aiding the unfortunate.
The cause of the explosion is unknown./]
oo npany, to come to bt. Louis. Cunning-
ham had considerable money-we do not learn
how muob-and some valuable personal ef-
Hoston,
t.eai Waiblagtca*
[special lipatche* t" the N. Y. ¥ri%«e.J
Washington, Oct.
It is noticeable that several of Mr. Breck«
inridge's friends have been recently the sub
jects of Presidential favor. I name Mr.
UuUa, Mi. liawkins and Mr. Presktn.
ItMkstaamer Black Warrior, wi
'.rU.TM. ha.l..DJ..
dates to the 2d arrived. gg^"Larry I). Ward, a Cincinnati printer^
The naval Magazine at Havana, filled with i for
powder, shells and rockets, exploded on the
fiSBi EBrep*.
same evening.
jUikat
The Three altera.
[From the Critic.
Mora ealleth to a fair lov straying
'Mid golden m«*d«vr! rich with clover dew,
She calls -hut be think* of naught nave playing
And so flie *milei»-~a!ul tui'i biro an adieu!
WhiUt b, Mill merry ith In? fl wt
mors.
JUis stated that Bennett will be here to
morrow, nut for the purpose of demanding
an explanation of Buchanan, respecting! g3f"Among the curiosities of {he industri
statements whioh appeared in Col. Forney's al exhibition, at Providence, are Roger Wil
reoent vindication, but to rant an establish- lisms' pocket compass, King Phillip1* ebair,
ment for the winter, with a view of Retting s and his soccotasb kettle.
that social position for which he desired the! '"i i .t
appointment of Minister to Eranoe from Mr. German starved to death the other
Pierce. It is in the power of the latter to day in 1 letroit. He was out of employment,
overwhelm tbe poor libeler, if he would de-
The British Board of Trade returns for
August, show a decrease in exports for thai
month of over half a million sterling, coui»
pared with same month last year.
The new cable between England and Hol
land ban been successfully laid down. It It
Tlse niajortiy imr Vaatevsr*
We have never claimed but four thousand
majority for William Vandever. Our iia
nr«ani iti now ia. that ln« maiorirv will »•«.
ceod that figure. In some of the northern
counties the Republicans ate claiming five
aa
few days ago, wsre boasting that Mr. Van-
The iu&ietion wes so seveje that Mr. Hoad dever would not get three thousand majority, inauiidroatLoaFElDAV, the 15th iu
weeks when u Kepublioan offered to bet any amount!1,c Kpnerally arc invit
they i0
the sum of *100,000 lor Mr. Vandever.-[Dubu
!ac? to stick by. Tbe climate is an aston- tempts to evoke the shadows of a deceaeed naui,d Kaston at Midway, Ky., on Suuday 1 "i htlty^ufi ar/!*^ noul!^
isluogly well regulated one, never hot, usver
alwavs at niffht and utterly to obey, liut he ha* played a dispute arose between theui, and Young *'1"
*11
0, ai)d hM
nwnuguiy a* won os i a wife at tweuty-mne years of age he had i killing him instantlv. The miirdor*r is in
ij»U-
twemy-nine years
but
Halifax,
Britain.—The
Oct, 7.
The lloyal Mail steamship Cuvolla, Capt.
Lang, left Liverpool at 10 o'clock on the
morning of the 25th September, and arrived
at Halifax at 7 a. tn. ot 7th.
Among the passengers is C. W. Bridley,
bearer of de*patchea from China to the Gov
ernment at Washington.
'1 ha crew of the ship Golden State xnuti.
nied on July IU. Tbey would not work un
der pretense that they had not enough food.
They beat the offioers and boatswain fearful
ly, with handxpiker. They then took a boat
and went ashore where tiiay were captured thcuobilTiy*.
and taken into custody. The 1st ofiicer died
IT
00ng)n( writing trom 0edftr
k.ivh
Ute§ RnJ
i have practiced with him at the same bar and selling s(ju iwh. At Harmony, some 4(5
miles from Washington, the Piede Abrauu
ten years, fle had a large pract.oe, was well
uprigbtnees and high moral character, pos- the purpose of buying sauaws for the U. 8
4
sesses great d.gn.ty of deportment and fine '|iru|ipfCt
fr
experience for the post te which he aspires.— henrii in the streets I went ont and saw an
Esq., it ie bardly probable 1 ehould have was the matter, he replied, "Kots ashinti
mi"— nhe don't want me having also con
ature,
Dsamt out Uut Morn, sweet Moral roturns
Noon corr.etli—but tbefcoy, to manhood growing,
Hi od» rut the time—he *ee» bat oue aweut form,
One you fair face, trum bower of jasmine gl«w
inr,
And ail hi* loving heart witB bliaa i* nana*
fo No»», unnoticed aeeks tbe we*tern *hor«.
And uiar. forgets that
Nckjm
ri'turne no more.
Ni/tht tappeth at a casement cleamtng
With tbe tbio flre-iigbt, iiokerlng falat aad
low
«r. whi'-l'. a gray haired man i* sadljr dreaming
O'er |ii#aiurc* Kone, ac all life'* pleasure* go:
Night ottlU tnui to her—and he ieavt* hi* door,
«nd deaolate at rotiu&« no tuore.
RiTer) cUh
Ter
A n e w a e i s s i n i n u e w e e n e
j,|edeg fndittD8„ {,at of buying
haying ft gquaw m%0 8ignifled
read in th« law, and familiar with our sys- have a young husband, marched her before
*i ». i .. i the muzzle of his ritle to Cedar, where the
tem of practice. He is proverbial for his
her wish to
Ute8 W(,re quttrtercdt haTillg como
here^ for
o o V s a n e o e o e s o s e a a o o o u e a i o u o N e w Y o k
of having het de81
peroeptive faculties. I oannot but think he than pratified. It i6 understood that agent J'^^nJ ^*n'ownKctW6»ni[^er's° a^bouVthe
i, .ell ou.lified bT n.t.r. .duo.tioD ud
llurt
.w davs since a noise of crying was Buudiuc the country.
Indian dragging along his squaw, while she
ceivctl u desire for another husband, and
probubly sho may be likewise accommodated
There are soldiers enough here who have
nothing to do or think of but to furnish all
the disulTected squaws in tbe territory with
soinetime
Rt
Concha was the first of-
,n
St. Louis, Oct. 7.—-John Dalton, accused
of the murder of Alexander Cunningham, of ^rAeoor(linK
paast reHidinj in Louiaville, Ky»,
WRg ehot dead 0D
29th ult., killing 28 persons and wounding ]»st week, by another printer named Robert
105, aud there are probably more under the Lindsny, with whom he was quarreling.—
ruins. Nineteen new sugar houses were de- jje jeaves a wife and child who reside in
stroyed, and a number of buildings were Codington.
damaged. The entire city was shooked. The .,
gas works were rendered useless, and the city ^^A smt was ueeided before Judge
(/Uth«
was in darkness. Police and troops were ?en
Third street in that city,
Mineral Point, VV is., a day or two agci^
*'bich
tho
defendant was mulcted of
was mulcted of
vedict to th- amount of $15,000. The offenCO
was the seduction of another man's wife.—
The parties reside at Janesville.
t0 8
Chicago, was arrested here vesterduy. The appropriated by Congress to tbt
two left Lhicngo on the 2oth of August, in
D- tric:
utement, the amoutH
f^iuUia, since 1800, is 24,000,-
Qf Ht|
.#
t»ct. b.—The Republicans of the Spenr," tor many years the io
9th Conuressional Distriot have nominated thoNutiol Theatre, hoston, has beeu sent to
Hon. Elt Thayer for re-election
OSWEGO, Oct. 8.—During a severe gale on i less insanity.
the Lake last night the schooner Osprey of
Buffalo, from Raoine, was wrecked. The
captain, wife and child, and the mate were
Urww«*»d.
5,1858.
0?er $2
Tbu inpludM lhe bu,idll,KOf
ieT0rftl pobUo
fects. He was suddenly missing, and Dalton j, extensions.
v*as found disposing of property known to
have been Cunningham's. female skeleton has been found in
Daiton suys that they embarked together at the closet of an old unoocupisd house at Sy
Alton on the steamer York State to oome to racuse, N. Y., and there i a terrible suspi
St. Louis, that they lay down together on ion that a milliner who SB# OOflnpied tbe
deck, and that when he awoko Cunningham house was murdered.
was gone. A judicial investigation may throw
light upon the subject. 8^"G. G. Spear, well
4,0(H) a year,
the Capitol and
buildings, though not, we pre­
known as
referred to die rather than beg
soond to the publication of a letter from
him.
Some of the best friends of the President r»m.s Please announce the n.mewol
regard Bennett's support of him as getting to
1
conflict botween th*
officers of the Atlantic Telegraph Company
still continues.
Mr. Brett has issued a second pamphlet in
answer to Mr. Whitehouse's statement. II*
charges the latter gentleman with ignorance
of the facts in the case, and disputes the cor
rectness of his deductions. Mr. Brett say*
that simple rope or gutta percha covered c«»
bles have boon proved to bs useless, and
hopss that the Company will 1«\ a cable of
ARNOVNCE»ENt*.
JM AN^KK,0N
he injurious, and express great satisfaction ... ,.
,nd
T.
•. -l __ eatidiiatfl* 1 I owns hip frmtet* at the eu»umg
election.
Mmsss. Knmasf If on will plsass saaaaass the
name of E. COLE aa a candidate for re-eleotlon to
tin urtuv of Justice of the Peace, at the enroing
flection.
j. ri.KNOWITli a,
4
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Sculpture una Sculptor*.
HISTORIC
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oet lid 94 Maia-sU
ArchUeciari^ Paliitlni sad Sculp*
lure.
A £TUDY of the clc^sat and useful art* elerate*
1\. and rofioes the uud. Fur tbe be*t w rk on the
gubji'.-t, apply to CAVrK A JJAHBEE.
octl Id
Kuftpuu Llleratarr.
CJMl'lLAXluN of vaioahle lDforoaalioo re
specting the literature of Kurope frjm th^j l(tb
tft thu ltftk ocatary. for sale by
g*
A S
I
Kor sale i.y
offtlId
A. V. Lt-'cpoll, J. II. Kothert,
l%niil raui, H. Heke, X. Howe.
coantTTa* Of IKVITATION.
T.
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l,dmvnl l'eagsr, W.M. lleiton,
K. it. Vi ickt-r*kaa, f.J.Uwh.
W CI nhorn, ^V.Eatlr,
lienj. larnuui, It. 11. Wyutan,
M. II. Ku auer, 3ubn Taugher,
D.Annabk, Wa». Stotts, J.M. lliatt.
fLOOK MARAQKKS.
L«»«U Howe, K. II. llnvtOB,
Wiu. btnnp*f»a, Harry Fulton,
X. LAIckuniy, A. W. UiMftth.
CAtaiAO* COKatlTKB.
/V.
Uesignaie, that he w6uld have
four thousand. The best the Republicans
4
kct* au he had by calling upon saj member
T.
iaa iy
thousand for him. They are coofident that i
ib«,r l^y tin, «. Jo b«», for I os^l^.VuaMT^ASAOTlia
I A N excursion oj the children of the tjabbath
Jb«sy did for Mr' Davis two years ago.
1
of tlie
L'oosmltus of Arrangeuienta
of Ar
belioo
ue Time*.
have left him, for in one of his at- A man named Young killed an oldmta rnHV firm affi.?."?
VA!.*** ». k* "I
moored a fortans and I struck Kaston on the head with a bludgeon, 1
.-
rem." at.! to ichur*. »i ,ltake tlace on the ab'ive
lhe pub
par uc: pate.
A pka.ant and suiUble grove will be secured,
aud a band oi tuusio employed and bs in attend
aiK--.
The train will leave for Moutrote at llo'elook a.
ni-, and a eiiat^e, fur tue round trip, of ten cents
each, to pay eapeuaen.
octWdtd
new relatives, the spirits morning. The two were playing cards, when count* aad bx,** are iu the hand* of c. w. Battell
niftNi tt'» rwniiKUt lAi.aRd
bo
,foldH
the city lunatic asylum, ia a state of bop*
{£5?"There is a little girl in New York, not
yet four years old, named Ella Virginia
Burns, who will soon give a course of the
atrical readings.
{QjTNot a single passenger of tbe462,524
transported over the New llaven and Ilart
ford railroad for the past year, received an
injury of any kind.
bci neei
CAVE A BAKBEK,
oet lid VI Maiu-at.
Hrltleta Itural spori*.
BiMNU Sh««tiug, Coar*iog, Puhiag,
awking, Hoatingana Pedestrian ins* also a
di'fori) ti..i) uf th:- var.^ut ^au.ee and aiuu*«uents
CUMl'l
Haw
CAVE A liAKBKK,
91 Main-*t.
V»."o. r.
1.
the Aannal Oemniunieation of the (iraad
A1,
O. V. i* t» bu held ia ihi* city, on the 13th and
lithinftt., it l* the mU'titiuu ot the Hrothcr* in
the city to li*Te a BALL, at the E:)l'fc.$ JtOUHE,
on Thursday Evcuiog, Dot. 14th.
coutiTraa or aaRANoansKT**
.). M. UutchiMoa, J, W. Mtimp*on,
li liaiut l«ton. #. F. Molntyre,
JJ. W DAVIS, Superintendent.
...
will *ettlv wni( Mill who only i* authorised
i ute tbs value of tb( firm in liquidation.
C. W. BATTELL,
1I.FOTUHM1NUUAM.
10 ul
i.a*.
S1» AI. At A»fclUV.
Corner Main and !kl »l».—Katrano»ou ThirJ-it.
IBKtlof
lea^o to iniorm ih« abiletliat atudic and
reoltation* will positively oomtnenee in thi«
•ohool on Thursday the 14th inat. Tboae who in
tend to patrouix» tho Mhool arc rcquoatvi to attend
ae ftll^we The Lauiea will »A«einbie niyjuVic^k,
a. m. in th« La4i«a' .Sehoo:-roooi: the MiKl.'wtn at
3 p. m., in the Academy IlaiL fbo«r v aannot I
attend in Lv day turn1 will tuec! at.7J in in the'
•aint' place. Meanwhile the i'riiicipRl muv lie found
iu ills echool every day irom V U 11 u. tn., ami
from 2 to and from 7 to »J p. m., where he will be
moat happy to receive any citiacui or »trangero
Xiie i'nglifli) course,— comprehending among oth
er hrauchea, Reading, l'i:nmanthip,iirammar, Klo
cati. ii, Mathi'iuatice, Naturxl Scienoee,Ueogr»phy.
History, L»ni-. Rhetoric,etc.,- will be conducted
mainlv on tie No ('list eyatem. beholare tnay
join tiu' tchooi any time, but no new eland will
fornml after the 14th.
Tbe l'riucipai u confident that he will make his
Commercial Coorac more thorough than that of any
eatahiietnueutjin the I nited Ma leu. IJti charg*
for the {ire.ent are uat haif of what they are in
other Commercial lobouls. Come and give us a
trial.
Circulars are now ready, giving an outline of the
studies pursued in the Academy aUo, terms, relet
eiK.tg Hiiii titiiniMiiiaia.
Vi by i'n'uiJ LaJte* itudy Bookkeeping? ^ee a
detaiKnl anawer iu n.,y Ciroular.
FitANCiS C. MI8NBR,
Keokok,Oot. 8, *5S dA
w Principal.
sieilari.
'PI1K bt-eiSvwing Machine
id
Dtl.lMUl'KNT ijiax or tUTS.
ONMcAdamtaing,
which apeoial taxee are dae and unpaiil, for
Outtering and Trimming in
the Alley through Block No. 13.
Owner*' Name*. lot. Block.
THE
iu-
terMtid in thecourae of education
Ou the 14th, claaaeti will be formed in German and
French if dcm red.
tbe world are now
1 aold for FlKlx DOLLARS.
J. M. Siu^cr A «uj*ru.r family Bewiag Ma
chine will be furnished at the above iriee, adding
res more) All luanufacturmg machine* are greatly reduced
•-""'"P-S i .1 .h.h.mbl, "...i™ U.. ...
ll
tiKa
unmcusary to state the auperior quali
l.hl!
t- i- «t all kind* ut fowiug, Irotn th«An«tt to the
was howling bitterly. Lpon asking *(uiumi*cs aU»Uk jua
nr&fi thf* mattflr. rpnlieu. "Rota aahinti chinas
«"»«h.n«,for every b.4, know, that for
chines
Call in, or sead order* to
8. A. Dl'KK,
oct^il Keokuk, laws.
Tax.
2
IS
Ki 11
12
Cost.
$1.A6
1.13
136
1.S6
1.36
1.36
ii
U
IS
13
U
18
$86.46
11.78
ts.li
26.56
S*
4
J6.66
26.66
For TrimalBf and MoAdamtsing on Juhneon at.,
between 11th and 13th atreeta
Owners' N
Unknown,
Lot.
1
2
8
4
Block.
Dii»
1S5
Ta*.
ft
41
i ft w «We
S31 ft tide 8
Coat.
$1 60
1.66
1 66
1 66
1.66
1.66
1.57
1.47
1.66
«e
1.66
1.66
$66.10
66.10
64.16
66.10
66.16
66.10
46.76
87.40
66. W
66 10
66.10
66.10
186
Ut
1«6
i»e
186
1*6
186
1M
18ft
u i«
11
U
NOTICF it hereby given to the owners of the
Leta deaeribed iu the foregoing liat.iituated in the
City of Keokuk, Lee county and State of Iowa,
and all other* interested, that a *pecial tax ha*
been a«.«e»«ed and levied on aaid lot* by the City
Counei I of aatd city for Mc Adatniiing, Outtering
and Triuiining in the Alley through Hloek Nu.
13, and -Adamiaing arid Trimming on Johnaon
atreet, bt wtt n 12th Al
V
h. a d-*i|(iiated in altnve
list,an 1 unic** payiui ut W made of the U \eS ao
levied, and alio alt e-«t«, bt'fore the 22d day of
October, A. 1. IfisH, the aaid lou, or *o timeh
i thereof a/ shall be noeeaaary to diwharge aaid lex
and co»t», will b« aold «n the day aforesaid, at (fee
comedian of Mayor'* Office in said Ci'y. b%iwe?n the hoars ef
V o'clock a. m.and6 o'cloek p. m.
C. U. ^Xt.VltN.S.
Colieetor of tbe City ef Keokuk.
Oet. 1,1858-dtd
low Ready. «--fr Ir rifly rent*.
BVMemorable
,luhn Mullaly, tlii- '.'tli^-la. lii*toriao uf the
Kipedittnr, TIIK LAYINii OF
i'llK TKl.h'iH \l'lili' CAliLE with all it* inci
dent* and anecdote*, impretciv* or diverting as
well a* frt-sh and reliable biographical (ketche? of
Met«r*. Fioi and Everett, and apt. Hud ou.
Tbe pubiithers invito the attention of the pub
lic t" the fallowing letter, *hiob sufficiently iudi
oates the *urce. aud au'.hwritv fi iin which ihit
oareful aeeouot of th« grandeat of hauian eater
prtue* ia derived:
Yoac, Abc, IS, 18M.
Mwir*. 1. ArrLBTOB A Co.:
(iintlrmeii—1take pleasure In certifying that
Mr. John Muilaly wan with u* in the Newfugnd
laad lei-giaph EipuUition
id
the year lh66, aud
that he wa* on board th,• Niagara during ih« At
lantic Telrgr.tph I iilio of 1 5 and that
he wa* prvietu at the tnai trip in June latt, aud
the final expedition which terminated ili the (uo
Seeeful ianUiug uf the cable lit Trinity Bay, NeW
iotsr.diaud, on the ftlh of Aagust, lu6s.
Hi* indefatigablu exertion* daring all thi* time
in procuring every fact in eonaeetion with the en
terprise in Ucaerviog uf the highoai praise.
1 have th« fullest confidence in hi*narativ« with
regard toavcry lucidcni. tbat took place on board
th«: Niugara during tbe pnce»» of laying the cable,
and I will continue to furnith him witn every in
formation in my power relating to the formation,
iirogre#*. and saecea* of the Atlantio Telegraph
Enterpriae. 1 remain, gentlemen,
Very truly ur friend,
Ck'EUi W. FIELD.
E.t:("rMO!i
Or The Fionas me nedera «*nek.
"I'll pat a Girdle round aboat the Earth."
A Telegraphic Epic for the Time*, in which the
iKTe*«anu
Electro
poetically ai pra
tuue of Tbale* to the Subtnurme Telegraph, eaa
br»cing every broad field of Eleetrioal li*cuv«irv
and achievement, aud e«peciallT the last lUat
Fteui of the Atlantic Ocean.
origin, prugre*t
•of Electricity and Magi
poetically ai practically for 2.&00y«ar(, frum the
e*« anU marvclou*dev«iopemente of thw
tricity and Magnctiam are set forth
New York, Aug. 24,18S8.
CONTENTS:
Invocation, The Amber-Bprite, lafaney of Bei
enee, Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, the Temple of
taience, Klectron'r Trance, Ilia A wakening, Elec
tron Tortured, Attraction and Hepulaion,Electron
in Uermany, The Electrical Machine, Eleolroti lt
trfcpped, The LeydcD J«r, Fianklln and Ilia Kite,
Tbe LigcUuitg Capiui^i, The kite in Europe,
Franklin's Magio, l'h« Thunder-Storm, lhe Thun
der-lio It, ha Lightning KoJ, The Northern Light*,
The Arctic Aurora, Oalvaat«m, Vulte, Electron'*
Metainorphote*, lale of a Tear, Th* Artiteiai
Diamond, Shaltspeare'* Cliff, The Kobmarin* Bat
tery, The Telegraph Fure*h»dowed, Electro-Magne
tism, The Telegraph Healiaed, Tbe Avenger of
Blood, The Eleotrio Fire-Alarm, The Rleetrotype,
t.'ause of Cholera, Table Taming*, Ooeaa Tele
graph, t'oDoioaiviu.
One I'atuae Volume, in fancy boards. Prise
50 cent*. or sale by
^eep21d OU DEN, BROWN
Notice.
TT,rE have thi* day purchased the entire interest
v V of Cha*. K Griffith iu tbe Qnecnsware bu*l
nex, and will continue the»atne undr tbe name of
J. L. llobb* A o.,at tbe old stand on 4th atreet,
above John*on, where we will keep constantly on
hand a foil and eouipKte a«*ortment of gocda in
onr lino, and reepeetfuHy solicit the patronage of
tbe trade, Clias. E.iJriffith will continue with as,
and will be pleased to see hi* former patron:.
I
have thi* day
of the cit y, aecouipauied by their pa- tooius in tbe Iowa Me.lioal College, ea Monday,
HOBBS A BAKNtS.
Keokak, Bept. SI, 186S-d
(old
(ltuecii
my entire interaat in the
ware bunineas to Mctiri.J.
L.
llobb*
A
Co.,
Si'd requeat all who hare claim* against me to pre
ssnt them for ndjustmint, snd those who ow* ma
Will pUato make aettlement immediately, as
I
With to olo*e my old buMnets s* soon as poeaible.
*-.it «. ttiurniii.
Keokuk, Sept.21, l^S-*p22dlm
I O K I K I A S S I I A S O O
rnilis in-iitution having leen regularly oigan
1 ii.-d and piaced upon a reliable b*»is, will com
luenee the Cr»t quarter of the next year, under tbe
»u[io. tutecidauee of Mr. W. W. Jamiaoa, at our
81 pi. Oih. Tbe room* have been thoroughly re
[airi'd and handfomi,-ly reated, *nd every arraag*
ui 'tu made to »ecure comfvit aad convenience to
pupil*.
The year will be divided Into four quarter* o! tea
week* eaeh.
TUITION:
Latin, Greek, Algebra and higher Mathematics,
per quarter
English tiraminar, Ueograpby, AritbSBe
tic, Ao., per quarter, 7 60
It is detirabla that all tbe punlla oommenee
with tbe beginning of tbe qaartsola order to the
proper arrangement of cla*»»s.
liy order of the Board,
*.F. LOWl, Prss'i.
M. Albxabubb. Bee'y.
Keekak, Aug. SO, '2V-41SS
HALT let
m4slow
u.
by
•*v
—j—
Ilo fpr Qulncy,
ON TBS 13th,
J&d
TISK HAnil.l'nN HKLI.K
W•1^!/^.£KJ,^^'1,£I,
1,',l
l,I
Tin: THIP -io
1'IIK f-be wii» l«ave
RSVhl K aifcali pad ft t'cleek a, in.,
POSITtt I.M Hiiurtiing fpui.» ni^lii, afttr
DEliATK UK 1 W LKN
IouirliiM anil Lincoln
Refreshments, Music, &c., oan be found on
bunrd the boat.
TICKET* ONLI I STI POl TIIK
'I II SAM
To be bad at the (office or Store of tbo
The Most Direct.
IteiJABI,!: Si KlPKDITIOUS HOIiTB
To all Peiits Kait aaS Ulertli,
18 VIA THE
Chicago, Burlington and Qntncy
RAILROAD.
Bore Connections are made with this Roftdj
Twict Daily, from Kiokuk,
EVBBY 1)at, (Sunday* excepted, atl) a.u.,or
Evaar tVBaiaa, (Saturday* neapled,) at 10»10
/onneeting with Morning and Evening Trains
at Burlington.'^H^
Through to Chicago in 14 Honrs
^•*lincinnai PafSengern, leaving Keokak at
11 a. m., reach Cincinnati the neit day at 10 p. ss.,
with only ©ne ohange of car* from aurliagtoa.
Itii* t* tbe quickett time made. If ARK Ab
W a s y a n y e o u e
aH5»iUr« Pa**eu|irerii make CLOSE and SI'RE
OO.NNKClI»Nh in Chicago with all thoroughfare*
•ant. North aud South Eait.
OT Fare to the East is towga by this route
than any other, and Time
much uuicxie. ft
Through Tickets,
mom KioKt'K
By all the nrineiple routea, u lk*un, Kew York,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington,
llarriaburgb, Pittsburgh, Wheal
ing,Cincinnati, Indiauapolia.
AUo, by ent eral different routes to all the
principal intermediate plaoes.
^WAIso, to Milwaukee, Freeport,Galena, aad
Dunleith,
AI*o, to all the Hailroad Citie* in Upper and
Lower Canada, ,b Grand Trunk Kailway Hamil
ton, Toronto, Kingiton, Montreal and Quebec.
^r*l)y tbe tame rout* to Ogdenabargh, M. T
Pkatuburgh, S. V.,an4 l'ortland, Me.,
A N I O I I I I
GENERAL KAILROD TICKET OPF1CE,
Main-St., between First and Seeond,
K U i I S i I O W A
A I O A I K E S
Oood (or aa an It ml ted length ot tine allowing
Pasaengem tMitop at any point and re
ram* their journey at leisure.
Stcamb«atTicket.gooduntilC'loeeof Navigation.
J^Pa^nengere can obtain Hul.able Information
at thi* Office io regard to all Hailroad Kuatee ta
the I nited Mate* aad Canada*.
THOI'VH iKtlVHT IttNTIum
TO AND FKOM ALL KAhTEHN CllTEb CBB
I k« meda sit tlila •flic*.
«*r i'amagea and Over ChargeasarrLBn fMOMrV-
Lt. TS»
Um.
Maavia, (ien'1Freight Agent,
coal
fpiiK uuderiigrit.J will sell a tupermr article of
Coal, in largcor imali t^uautitier, for C'ath, at
tow rate*, liavitia' inada arrangi-monti for a large
trade during tbe Fall and Winter, 1 will contract
to deliver Coai thr ugb tuan, and at Waruw,
Ai*-iai.druk and Hamilton. WM I, W(K1
Office ou ltd *trett# at the ofliee of Stryker A
Wood, Eeokuk. «. D. BRAMBLE,
ttrpt. :j0-d4m.,. Agent.
S V O W E
DRUOQIfiT,
ITS.tftf nsla.Sl., EKOKVK.
rYea*nowCxcB*e
No far bad It read.
AM preparing a very *up*rior article of
I'owdvr, whioh I warrant U be a* go- if
not superior to any other in tbe market, anu at
nearly one balf thn price. h. li. )W EI,L,
•ep2vd 141 Main *treet.
rjn UALLONii Fare Liniaed Oil f»r sale by
UUU b. fi. V(WELit,
ep2Vd 161 Main-St.
rn/i Fui^'WhiU tead for tale h»
*UU h. B. VOWKLt,
*ep£«d 141 MaiB-St.
1000
LBO. Frime Fetaeh, lor sale by
». li.
epSVd
LAKD
I
ELL A CO.
VOWE1.L,
U1 Maln-it.
QiiA UAki.bpihu Ttmsiise for aak by
Ol'U S.B. VOWKLL,
••'l'2vd 161 Mata-st.
f)i |A ttALE. Spirit 4all, for aale by
v/U B. Ha VOWKULj
_»ep2V4 1M Main-it,
Oil, Bperm Oil, and Fi*b Oil, for aale low
by 8. B. VOW ELL,
aep2Wd lil Main-st.
Wenni y.agle Tripoli.
HE beat article known for cleaning and bar
niahing tlold, Si|v»r, Copper, Meet, Tin. and
all other metak,' ako, far ekaaiag tVindows, Mir
rors and Ola** Ware. S. 1J. V'WELL,
_*cp^d 161 Main-st.
ll AVE on hand a general assortment of all the
popular Patent Medicine* of tbe day, whieb 1
warrant to be genuiue.
8. B, VOW ELL,
Sept SM No. 161 Main-st.
•10,OOO^TOLE%
02,000 REWARD!
BEAD I HEABI
Tbb Kosskrv
op tbb
Lmiow Bark
The robber* rueoeeded ia th«**alBg BKJM ta
specie, of wbiob $600 was ia Mid dollars i ttjlt
in bill* of tbe Kindstfcoefc Bsak.of whhrii|904 00
were unsigned aad ia shssts, and $1*00*
aatllatedi
$1,108 in WilsdP atber banks, of whleh $1,000
were of tht Brighton Bank, Mass., of tbs denonti
notiaacf 6**s, SO'sand 10's also, three ebs^ls,
oaa for $M9 ll, drawn by David Dayton, on the
Ball's Head Bank, to tbe order of li. b. Marshall
0Mf«r$161 84 to tbe order of B. B. Marshall,
^drawer and Bank not known,) ons for $0(88 on
the Farmers'and Bank, ot williainaburg, to the
order of 8. 11 Wendover, drawn by D. A A. titurte
vant.
Tbe Bank offejs a reward of $500 for the detee
tion and oonviction of tbe robbera, $1,&00 for tbe
recovery of the money, or a proportional sum for
tbe recovery of part of the money.—[Albany
Morning Express,Sept. SO, 1S58.
Safe Kobberiea, such aa above, occur just aa
long a* tbs public
continue to use Kbeet Iron Hafea.
To avoid your money being *tolen, purchase one of
Li llies' Chilled and Wrought Iron Hafee," fastened
with his Powder Proof Look*. Call and see tbsan
ut tbe Iowa State Agency, 188 Main-st.
1iU*l*yiUMifrf»i*A^dJWMM*e
S I A 1 I O i: fit
Wall Paper,
ARTIST MATERIALS, Ac.
1 ha subscriber having added to bis stook the
extonsive stock of the late firm
Doubleday A Wilson,
O W 6 i e s o K a i
at
inv-rou nueas,
wall papm,
A i i S I I S
PAIN'IR,
o t|i A I* i w
a
lysSd
t'bieaga.
Bak'lI'OWBU.,Uea'lTicket Ageut,('hieago.
C. (i. Uaismobi, bttpertDtemient, Chicago.
K. 1KWKHUI ki
Oet.*,'»»-(iAw A neat, Keofcmk.
JOSS FII lll.l.« »t
eafectiearr,
Main St., bet «th and »tb KKOKTrtT
KKK all kinl* of t.:ak«a and
M•ANt'FAt'TIrauiidn,of
'andti
andti*. I'y Ac. All ord«r» for partin
wtii bt: pri'iri^Uj uiuuded to, at the itutttasi
tice and in tne tno*t approved style.
oot&i
Hoardiug.
Aant
v a a cott
#AIM HDIIRBI,
or am. ki«bs,
P1KPAMKD
CARVAIII
WHITE FOIL
I 1 A I E i
A W I N A
OiEWWO rKKIOILt
•iitfeLE BO AMD, BMIMTOt. BOABB
TBI AC IN U 01.0TH
I I I I N 6 A i
MVItallsB Carlsaag CavslsfMf
PAPEB riLEI
rBEISBS, IREIVAEM}
ICKOOLANO OTIBB EimCKl,
MAP., Ac.
TOSXVIIB WlVB A
OSRSBAi assoatit—f'
«r
STATIONERY A1VD NOTIONS
Iron Bafea,
I ff Wllter** PatcBi SslsaisUsn,
PiiWliBK ANI BVMOLAR PKOOF.
rOB
SAl.K
'••rfla*Etr«ot*
BETWEEN MAIN AMD BLONDEAU,
Hia iust returned from tbe Eai^
ABO
MAi hECEivkii
AYstandard
"mr
BT
•ala*st.,Ssiw#.Bflili *tth.
o s e
BECOME-STREET,
N»W s* NmI a jrimo litsk sf
itAnEMBfABCf
U Y O O S
S I A I o a I 8 I A S 0
ALSO,
Boum
FvrniahiiigiOooda,
which bs
orrns
a.
uncbualls LOW
O A 8 H!!!
Sep*. J7,'to dtfwSm
RTKf.l, l.irAnsiOK IKlMTli
OFWatahM«»orBteel.
different make* and site*—tbe hoops of IbO
Hprtag
Ekeel Hvop*, and Eoand and wrapped t'aae.
septSTd I'. I FOiMB.
r.
juu-
iiKNTLKM AN aud hi. wif* can obtain plea*
ro »n»«,' farnitbed if de«ired, with U*id,
in a private fau-ily. Inquire at l»r. ISeyffarth'*
•ffice,^d st., between Main ir-t ilnhnssa
tMpStdtf
um,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Till*
Al*l*ct
EH 'b
op
Ktnnsa-
BOdK.—The aafe blown open by tbe robbers of tbe
Uuion Bank, at Kiuderhouk, wa* mad* by Eilaa C.
Herring of New York. Itwasoneof his beatIfire
and Ituritlar Proof ife», and oo*t $800. It ap
pear* that it wa* not blown open by charging tns
lock on the outer door, but by dfilling a hole im
mediately above the lock, through wbicb tbey
oould have iaaerted a auAcient quantity if powder
to have blown tbe building to atoms. Tbs door
caiting being sprang from the door, tbey applied
bars and wrenched it off without maob difficulty.
The lock on tbe Burglar-Proof Safe, (so eallsa,)
which was inaide was blown to pieeae, and by using
the bars again, tbe door wa* removrd and tbs rob
bers aeoured their booty. As (be clock Must bavs
aiuppcu a* laetimvux tne eap«oawa« UM SOWMSi
oould not have been engaged ovst lMOMH* Ml 0
balf in getting into tbe building sat tfct SOf*.
F"
DAT
A**ertaieBtef
NEW
GOODS,
ADAPTED TO T11E (.MlNO USASOK,
Wbich be will be happy to exhibit to all who
With bis facilities for obtaining
TBI LATKST STVLRI OF UOODB,
And constantly receiving
Ivsrytbiag new tm th* mmrrn*
A S I O N
Bs r*»peetfully invitee tbe UentirrjeB of
IT—
aad vicinity, when ia want of
XA*Y-rmiKO AUD NlCB-MAbB CLOTHTXO,
.JMT'To 8IVB BiB A CALL.*^^
H. B.—Particular attention paid to CUTTIN®
for others to make. Bays' Oat.
Keokak, Bept. 10, 'W-d
ANHNKK J. WILHIUlloaT
(Late Wilkinson
A
Aug. IS, 'M-d
N1TKA
L1N^EED,
aagltd
ALCOHOL,
Marshall,)
Wbelssals aa* Ma tall BrB nlsi.
NO. MAIN-.ST-,
OFFER*
for easb to tbe trade, and at rcttkB,
uliataortment of Drugs and Medicines,(Hia,,
Paint* and Oyes, Window Ulaaa, Olasa Waaa aML
Varni*hes,at and below market rates.
IE Hilver Cry*taliaed——48 ouaess Cbe®»^
ioally pure, is store and for aale by
A. J. WI LEI N NOW,
aaglftd MalMt.
QFT8:«KPiKTiSlfr-lM iil. ia barret* ajl
Oceans, la store and for aale by
A.J. WILKIX80*.
aaglM MataMf.
Lard and bperm Oil—0* gal. Tsrf
la barrels and sans, for sale by
A.J. WILklKSQN,
00
OO PER 'HlHiE LA b.S—M
Main-st
80 and VI pereeat—MM) gal. ia*tag|»
and for sale lew by
A. J.W1LKIN80M,
aaglAd Main-st.,
Dm
of this ia»arlS^!
V gelatine for *ale by
A. J. WILKINSON,
aaglOd »0 Main-st-
Cherry Pectoral—S00 doeea of
r*0PAL» lies. iS§
VtsaSf&fCMH
uGmv
aagttd
/Munriui^_ii..r
|t||
remedy for Coughs aad Co Ida,
store and for sale by
A. J. WILKINSON,
Sole Wholesals Agent for Keokuk,
aaglOd Mala-et.
|B
jRAYBESt'B fiAKlNa i'OVV'Dlk, admitted
all who have triad it. aa sapsnot to
sr, Maaafastarad aad for sals by
A. J«
aagUd
an if
Ml9mm «r
FABJNA, a dial Its invaiii* iS$
JUL thaslek, far sale by
A.
j.
atgSM
wiumwcw,
|il&mTOT^n Knia^lOg^aa i^Etrieii'
MTdiam and
small slses,for sale by,
t*.
A. J. wilfturMr,
for sale very low hjr
augSSd
PUttK
$$ MaC^g,
*ii ftiitiTi dry, ta slrorQ|j||
J. WXfcKlNSOir,
w. Mais
vaatwr Vtl^sssad and ClMii||
by steam—in store and for sals low by
A. J. WILKINSON, Druggi'.t,
_aa*Ild MPZbJ** v
MACl,
100 lb*.prims l^enaag, ia stsi«72r7ap
«Ueby A. rV'.LEINB'jSi,
augS4d Mai.
|M
rt.or
FINE,
Supertn*, and Vaaey Brands ff Vlotir,ln
Bask* aad fcr.tla for sale low tbs
1
•J Oleouokn,TAYL0 a MOO
[jryaiL
EKE A^SSl'lS for saie by
AB«im I

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