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HAIR RESTORATIVE! ThiiiiJW* a eomon Of Caator Oil little S phataof Iron and rain watar, and randad through tha eons* try reatorativaa, hot ii ON COHPOUHD gciEirrmc ft Prtnotei the Growth aid Twrm tkelalil! PREVENTS IT FALLING OFf lit! tk« Mmlr aB«vM% AMD I I S O I E A I E JEW Jniroductd into this Country I No Lady or Gentleman who prites a sm AK1 BlAUTirUL H1AD Of HAI* Will heaitata on* moxnact to obUflh ihk| RIPIRIOH PREPABATIOH. Priaa 01 00 par hatUa, aad aokk by A. J. WTXIKIH0OH, Sign of theQolden Ragle and Mortar* (tblUta Wo. 96 Main-street: inji 1 t. a. Avnnr, m. ALUM. WK* AVI TIN ®f*ctr« aa Proiaem l»Ml«VRf WO. 118 MAIN-*ST^ Sngars. k LL grades if. 0., "L Crashed, v» PowdeWSi, WINDOW for itk by mehl 4dAi 8. W. & SCVTUE SICKLES.—A CORN Protection 'lfti/'»-i«|iiwiii.i'imiuw and CliftBMi, lor sale by W. H. AUSTIN A CO. mchl2dAw Dried Beet 1/OR Ml* at No. 118 Main-street. I i inch Hd Aw W. li. AUSTIN A CO. bASH Mid FRAMES, all sites, for sale uw by mohltdAw U OST fcTTER'S Bl-rtaHS, XX Babied am 8chn W. U. ALbllN AGO. Btbiedam Schnapps, Leslie 's Stomach Bitten, Lsslie's Ginger Wine, W. H. AUSTIN fc 00. Floor hand a large supply ol the follow ice brands of FLOUR: Plymouth Roek, Warsaw, III. Providence Mills, do Union Mills, Watertown, lit. Granite Mills. West Foist, Iowa* West Petot Mills, do do Magnolia Mills, Kaokuk, Iowa. Oate City Mill*, do Locomotive Mills, Laharpe, III, Btlng Agents for most of the above we are prepared to nell at all tiiaes at tho vtry lowut market rates, and offor e good assortment to eeleot from. W. 11. AUSTIN A CO., mohUdAw No. 118 Mafn-st. j*at ItweolTodiV'""" TJ KN1Y AMKti' oolekrated A A Sl'iiAK CUltKD UAM and fur sak by mchl4dA|r KAPfITSiG low W FAPWftj' all siies of Rag and Straw Papers, direct from the mills, for ale by W. H. AUBTIN A 00 6. makjMAwd ««*p 01 root importatioa n A W A E A N U E H. TUCKER, IMP0RTIR8 AND WHOLESALE DSALER8, have in store, and are receiving their supplies for the spring trads,direetfroai the makers, whioh they oiler to oasb and prompt tiuie-buyert en f^ vorable terms. The»Uek being unusually largo, they confidently solicit an examination of ths same. 8. W. A 11. Tl'CKUR, May 16-dAw sign of Red Padlock. MLMKKtt' mho 16 f. W. A RTF FIN Horse siaee for sale by me hi id VMES' SiiOVELS. rx Shovels for sale lo maylO A large stoak of Ames' 8bJW. A H. TUCKER. STON1&S.—£cy tho Stones, of difierent kinds,in qaantities to suit. may It 8. W. A H. TUCKER. ^CYTHa ItlFLttS.—-Various quaiitiesof ticyths O Kifiesand Sharpeners for sal e by _mayIS 8. W. A H. TIICKER._ good article of Siekler for sale h« [mayIt] I.W. 4 II. TUCKER. /ENCa Pi ae 3d JTaiu*, da da do do do do Flooring Annealed Casing Finishing banel to altaeh*«a superior arUtlt Together with a gantral astcrttntnt of othiTnaili of the Belmont brand, just received and for sale low by B. W.AB, TUCKER, may8dAw .Garden, Oruhbir and other HOES Spades, Shovels, Alatiocks and Pioks Scythes. Snaths, and Grain Cradles Cow-bells, Hakes and Corn Planters Ox,Trace and Halter Chains Cutting Boxes, Hoy and Straw Knives Hav, Straw and Manure Fork* AiMl a large stock of assorted Hardware and Cat. lerj on hand and for sale low by mayfedAw 8. W. A H. TUCKER^ JJMNDoTON Ko-,—ibe BeroaG riadstoaa#««lva riaas sites for sale bv 8. W. A rl CKER, (Sign of the Red PadloeirA MaylOdAw Cor of Main A Sd bt*. MAMTFOISK* I'IKi: IISSl KA\( i: lil 'IF 11ARTFOHD. IaroRPoftATCl) is 18 10. John Cltl I Hurylv, ^..$1)0,61841 ALL rati) up. Ibbcior«—H. Uuntingtw., Albert Day. James 0«dwin,Ch*s. U.4well,Uiiiiy Keney,Calvin Da^-f Jol Alljrn, V. Cbas. J. Rus?. liao.C. Alltw,bee'y. jj. C. C. Lv* Am UvllT1MUTtm 1* tr tr s o pre„.t. w. N. Bowel*, Aet'ry. bee. •r a lw-KANAP# geokuk, April V, 'iit-d Agent, HOWE, tjr Anciioaoer, Rsokak, Uwi, Wtere,aUeod ILL to sales of Merchandise, Fatnl Horeae. Carriagss, Real JBstatp and all kinds of Personal Property. TIEMS EASY. Office at B. A. Wiiliams' store, Mais-stbetween Sd and 4th. [uieblTd Rialltnsry VMilWtaf a I \RAW1NU Paper, Bristol Boa, IJ per, Tisaae raper, Visiting War Saod Bacas, Mocilege, Wai Wax Stod Waaaa, Hooiisge, Water Bowls, Steel Peas, fill! fllw, Biatas, Penholders, Portfolios, Lawyers' 8aaa,JMa4 Ptnsilf, Inkstands, Interest tables, riwjrtir Wmh' hashes, Chessmsa Back Giaaa BoUW.Ata., Ao., this day reoeired at the Cirr Book Broas. #§MW, «Wir»JtLL ACO., lW Copper Tubular I N I W O WITH ..., SPIRAL FLANGES, (PATENTED ACQ. ft, 18W.) Single Rods, complete for at tarhing to buildings, sent by express to ujr part of the country. We oflbr unusual inducements to person* who are engaged in putting up Bods or who may dantra to engago in this business. County an1 State Rights fur sale This Bod is in general use in Central Indiana, and many other localities throughout the country. It always succeeds wherever it Introduced. It to humbug. No man who examinee it* merits will cvet buy any other Rod. Tho old iron rods give way Itefore it ee ignorance flies Itefore tho advance of light.— According to Prof. Faraday, arid other men of note, copper hw a conducting power to 8 time* greater than Iron and, in addition to tbia important fact, Munson'a Rod has a surface inside and out, nearly three times as great a* the id iron rod. Muntuo'i Rod is an orna ment on the best buildings, and dot's not rust, hut Will endni* an age without losiug it* conducting jtower. This Rod baa received the Fir* PrmiMM at the American Institute of Now York the Franklin Insti tute of Philadelphia the National Fair at Louisville, Ky the State Fair* of Ohio, Iowa, Indiana, Connee ticut, and wherever exhibited. It wan ni-rer i»catcn In any contiwt, and neror will bf whtr»» th«rc are truly edentlflr judges. It has and highly com* mended by JOHN A 62 Maln-atir^ Office corner Fifth and Main Streets. Orders left at the above placc will be promptly attended to. mch29d£wfm SIGH OF THE GOLDEN Eafle and Mortar, NO. 86 MAIN-ST., 1NDREW J. WlillNSON Vhelesaieaiid fteUttt DBOOOVRT, Orr*RB A PULL RT0CK or V**- YOCMO,be«nendorsed Drop, ItodielBtt, PEKFUMKHY, PAINTS,OILS,OLA^S.o., To the trade, and at retail, at very low prices for Cash. Wholesale Agent for Southern Iowa and North rs Missouri for the following goods Great Western Coal Oil Co.s Kerosene Oil AyerTs Cherry Pectoral, Pills and Ague Cora *1 ayne's Family Medicines Queru's Cod Liver Oil Jelly. Ja»2 2d Coal, Coal, Coal. FROM THE tAWttEUCE NEW mwrW.' Acovered, BACON 8I10ULDERS, W. 21. AUSTIN A 00. NEW VE[r*i OK COAL has recently been dis and is now being extensively worked on the lauds of the Lawrenoe Coal Co., at Law rence, of a quality superior to any hitherto brought to this market,in confirmation of which references are had below. I am now furnishing and sift prepared to deliver tho above Coal in quantities to suit, at the lowest market rates. I will al-o furnish the same Coal sold by the Slaughter Co. lor tho past few months, and which waa obtained from the Lawrence Mines, and which is second only to the above described Coal, or the best of Slaughter Coal. Orders for the above may be lift at tha office of E. 11. A I). W. Ford, or Ilodofer k Riehop at 1. R.Dept, or 11. 11. Riley, under the Dudley flousv. is. Reynolds Agcft. aarsaait. ks e BaaS, s. Dwight Eaton, 11 urniah, J. C- Parrott & Co., Connable A Siny th, Blade A Bro., Hillings House. S.D. Clark, Master Mechanic at K. k Ft. D. M. Machine Shop. [jan24d3jn] St! Coul, raon s by I U0K1R» stock uf all TUCK BR. Is—a good W. Nails—a 8 Wall thk new youk and iaro. 1NOTONOOAL niNEI, HOLESALE and retail. Acknowledged by to be the best lows Coal. Price 14 ceuts, delivered. OffiaiOU bird-Street, seoond door from State Bank. _mchl6d It. T. PLATT^ no tic: e or a ATIowa sE#k n. a-^n a meeting of the Board of Directors of the State insuranee Company, held at the office of the Company on the 22a March, 18iV, in the city of KeokuL, Iowa, the following resolution was adopted Resolved, That an assessment of 16 per eent. be made on all Premium Notes in force on and be fore the 2'td February, 1869, to pay losses accruing on and prior to said date, to be paid within nix 'J days from this date. Section 2, Article 2, of the By-laws of said In arance Company, reads as follows: "Whenever any aaessments shall have been declared by the Com pany, and notice thereof forwarded to the insured oy mail or otherwise, aad the insured shall for the space of thirty days refuse or neglect to pay the Same, the Directors may sue for and recover the whole amount of said Premium note or notes, and at their option annul the Potioy of Insurance." Ho, for Pike's Peak «. POLLOCK A CO. Wsplendid E are now reoeiving and opening a new and stock of Clothing and Cents' Fur nishing Goods, which we offer to sell very low for cash. Our goods are s. looted with great care and With a view to tbe hard times therefore we offer them at very small profits, keeping in view the old motto of quick salee and entail profits. All we ask is that customers will call and examine b. fure purchasing elsewhere we charge nothing for show* inggoodi. Remember tha place, East aide of Sd St., between Main and Johnson. uichlTd S. POLLOCK & CO. U N K WUOLXEALX UKALEB IK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC O U O O N O I O N S Corner of Fourth and Main streets, KEOKUK rOW A HAH just received a large and splendid stock of Kprlng and Summer Uoeds, of the laiertand tuost approved styles, purt'naaed direct ly from tbe Importers and Manufacturers, and will be sold on a» reasonable terms as tbey can be purchased eli-ewb«re. The attention of City and Conn try Merchant* resp«ctfuliy sulicited. AprldAw Boards, Blotting Pa Cards, Sealing Atkinsons Kiberlo. RIENTAL AND WESTERN SIBEKIA«-*A of seven years' Explorations and Adventures in Siberia,| Moi,K„iia. the Kirgbis Steppes, Cbinete.Tat tary, and part of Central Asia. For sals at OGDEN, ^ROWNELL A O1.Narrative E O V E MERCHANT TAILOR, Baa HO. IB M^-E Profeaaor of Natural Hcionce in the Northwestern Christian Vnirersity WI It' W F. TURNER, Sea'jr. March 23, 1369-mch24dlm a. wuicaT I, NO. Cttr BookCO.'d SroHg, ApSd Nn. 5'J 4M#iil«St. ft «»H KALE. GOODHORSE. Inquire of a bvel, •pr5d UK Mam-st. MAIN-ST., BET. SBOOND A THIRD. ,ving just returned from the East, ia WOW BECEIVI 1AJY-TITTINQ AND as. A THOU, flupt. Indiana Insane Asylum R. T. Uuowk, Indiana Rtate Geologist, LOKIN A^nurwR President Kenynn OoHwro, Oamhinr, Ohio Dm. RiTriiEW & P*B •tlx, Physicians and diemists, IndlanapoliN, and many other persons of wt»H-known scientific attainments. S. ZiOCKB A MUN SON, Indianapolis, Int|i C. C, A. STRIBUSN, Aiffnt^^ s e v e a y e a s experience the Pro prietor can now furnish U I K E S A N iSllKUBliKRY, acclinut. ted, and found to succeed in the West. Many of these Trees are of extra sise, and have produced fine speci-t, men!* of fruit the past sea-. fon. Tb o*e interested arc invited to cull and ex it nunc for themselves. Orderefor Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum and Cherry Trees, either Standard or Dwarl, Grape Roots or Cuttings Currant, Goos bcrry. Raspberry and Blackberry bushes, together with Evergreens and Ornamental Shrubbery, will receive prompt and faithful attention. Trees delivered in any part of the City free of cbarge. Nursery Grounds in the Western part of the Cittj on lies Aioinee Avenue. If tt 8 £. H0 A Select Ansrtnent of NEW GOODS, ADAPTED TO THE COMING SlASOK, Which he will be bappy to exhibit to all who call. With hit facilities for obtaining TWB LATEST STYLE! OF COO®», And constantly reoeiving ftv*«rtiiaa Brew la tho way «C A S I O N He respeetful)y invites the ^Gentlemen of Keokuk andvieinity, when in want of Kioa-MAM _jar-TO 61TK CLOTHING, HIM A CALL. N. B.—Particular attention paid to CUTTING foT others to make. Boys1 Clothes Cut* Keokuk,Sept. 18,'68 MiBBissippl Valley Nursery. WESTERN GHOWN TREES FOB THL WHTt 12. 40 235 If 91 46 2.04 ft 80 L'4.45 2.04 44 10 80 31»0.65 210 11 80 300.55 2.10 12 80 102 70 2.13 NO'llCL i* hereby k'iven to the owners of tbe Lets described in the foregoing list,situated in tbe City of Keokuk, Lee county und State of Iowa, and all others interested, that a special tax has been assessed and levied on said lots by tbe City Council of said city for McAdatniting, buttering Tiimming and Curbing on Exchange street, in front of said lots, as designated in above li.«t,and unless payment be made of the taxes so levied, and ulso all oo«t!i, before tbe 4tb day of Mi*y, A. D. 1859, the sa'd lots, or so much thereof as phall be nece»sary to discharge said tax and cost.',will be so!d on the day aforesaid, at the Mayor'sOflice in said City, between the hours ef V o'eioek a- in. and 5 o'clock p. m. C. 0. Sesirefashions WM.TBjrCtLU fclM'BNS. Collector of the City of ICeokah.. May 12.1859-dtd 1BAB. i»rii»g~a«4 1859. fiuau me SUPPLIED JUST RECEIVED. ». JC.U0TCHIN80K. JAStfl OKVBT llt Hl»H»N Ac MERCHANT TAILORS, Bhird-St.|let. Main A Johnson KEOKUK. AVF. JUST received at their Pashion^le Tailoring and Furnishing e^tublishmRt, a choice and excellent supply of Rroadclotbs, Caxsimeres, Veetingf, and dent's FURNISH ING (iOODS, of all descriptions, and guarantee that theii work shall be doue in the most ap proved and satisfactory manner. They are con stantly receiving tbe New ork and Philadel- hia and respectfully solicit all who good work and the best material to give them a call. Aprl5-dl HUTCHINSON A DEWEY. VIRGIL H. SULLIVAN & CO., (tUCCKtSOKS TO Jf. ImBOKMA CO.,) Fourth-street, bet^pen Main and Johnson, KEOKUK IO W A, O I i K A N E A K N iu QUEENSWARK, GLA-S and CHINA, Keao senj Lamps, Solar and Hanging Lamps, Looking Glasses, Tea Trays, -Vc. Ac Having purcbaa«d tbe lajgo and well selected ttook at tbe old stand of C. E Griffith A Co., will be pleased to have a call from one and all. We intend to keep constantly on hand a complete stock both for a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE. llsveiviag oar Go dg direct from tbc manufactu rers, in Sogland, France and An,i rica, we will be ablo to sell asloWfrs any regular bou^e in the West. Jm. lM869-d|w I' %.••»*« a a. h)V4«A«A a* VV* A NEW OPENING! ril BE subscriber has just opened af'AitllLT i CBortHY, on Foiirlli.at.. bet. and Blondeau, in rear of Hamiil 4 Rali'ton'*, wLerc l.e will be found with a good sup ply of Clifc. GoOCEKISS such as the wants of every one deiuard. oods delivered to any part of tbe city free. TlliMS CASH. Lsfal Notftee. To Aaro* H. Qage aod Hannah hia wife, John C. Humiibrey, George W. Wye and John F. Nye: Ythere OU and each of you are hereby notified that is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee Ooonty, Iowa, at Keokak, a petition of Amgs H. Brown olaiming of vov the foreclosure of a certain mortgage exeoutad by said Gage to said Browa, dat*d September 8,18M,and recorded in the Recorder's office of snid county September 10,1869, at Keokuk, conditioned for the payment ef three several promissory notes given ly said Gage to laid Brown, and payable to said Brown er order la twelve, twenty-four and thirty, six months respectively, after Sept. 8, 1856, with 10 per cent, per aiinuui interest payable samoally: said Brown claiming from the said Gage as due and unpaid (as by the tenor of said mortgage and notes) the sum of 6fi with ten per cent, per annum interest thereon from Sept. 3, 1856, and praying that the equity of redemption of said defendants, and all of them, be forever foreclosed as to the premises in said mortsage described, (vis Lot No. 4 in Block No. 172, in Keokuk, Lee ooonty, Iowa,) and the several interests ef said defendants there in forever hereafter barred. And unless yon ap pear and antwer.said petition on or before the seo ond day of the speoisl term of said court, to begin on the fourth Monday of Juno, 185V, judgment will bo rendered against you thereon pro confetto. YOU G.O.HILTON- (Late Hubbell Wenkak, Sept. C, 1858-dAw O A McAdamizing, Trimming Uutterinj Curbing on Exchange street, from Second to streets. Owners' Naaan. HilW.) DE^IKUI ENT LIST Ol LOTS, N which special taxes are due and unpaid, foi and ourth Lot. Block. Tax. Cost. Unknown, 1 24 $125.40 |$2.M5 2.26 K S 24 115 W6 |$2.M5 2.26 24 100.75 2.10 n 24 1 YOU CO. 7.7 2 10 a 24 100.75 2.10 tt e 24 10) 75 210 u 26 U8 40 2.08 a s 26 as.40 2.08 it 0 26 9S.40 2 08 ti 10 26 ys 40 2.08 tt 1 81 U8.i*6 3tw 81 J00.70 .10 0 "81 W#.10 2.00 8 31 90.10 2.00 U 9ai« I. H. CO Pit LIN, Agent- Keokuk, March 23, '69-dtf D. I Ili nPHUEY, Auction mid Commiaslen Merchant) 6 E TE^ iiOl'SE. Particular attention git tu to the iiiie of furniture, horses, car riages, Ac. [aprl-dlm Hl.ttN HOOki. PPsalmistend 'ALMS Hjr.nn*, Church Psalmist, Church with Supplement, Christian Hymns, all styles of biiidinr- also, Bibles, Testaments, Catochisuis, .Class *»«oks, Ae., for sale by ap/7d j- WESl'COTT. u.sTArroBD. j. u'tan A ITICCUNE, eTArroBp, ftTAlrroit i» YXT HOLES ALE 1KO ERS AND COMMISSION vv MERCHANTS sifloud door above the corner af Bloudeaa, Watav street, Kaoknk, lawn, mahft-dly CURTIS. GILLMORE A CURTIS, April 1, 18M)-dim Bol'c for Petitioner. Tllo Edward K. Hart, Samuel Hobb, P. C.Wright J. and Rosena M. U. Wright his wife, Samuel Wolf, Ansel Phillips and Elisabeth Phillips bis wife, Ktchard C. Weiriok and Mary £. Weiriok his wife, btlas Heaight and Julia A. Heaight his wife, J. Brentgarduer aad Anna Brentgarduer his wile, Thoa. J. Firth, as. K. Bruce, J. L. Curtis, (ieo. M. Barber, Winthrop DeWoif. D. L. Wals worth, Jones A Wheeler, A. Hiue, John R. Alien, John McDougall, and Jesse Ruddick: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the Diatriot Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, a pe tition in chancery of John Harris, claiming against you the said Kdward K. Hart a decree for the pay ment of n promissory note executed by eatd Hart to Baid Harris for one thousand dollar* and ten per cent, interest, dated 25th July, f8.:6, and payable I eral relief. two years' after date and also claiming against ail of you the foreclosure of a mortgage giveu by said Hart to said Harris to secure the paymentof the above note, and other notes therein described, dated 2^th July, 18I»8, and conveying the north west quarter of the north-cast quarter of section No» fourteen (14) in township 65 north, range 5 west in Lee county, Iowa, in which premises or part thereof you and each of you are said to have or claim some interest. Now, therefore, unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the second day of the next term of said District Court of Lee County, to sit at Fort Madison on the third Monday in May next, (I85ff), a decree will be Tendered against you iu accordance with the prayer of said petition. GEO. C. DIXON A SON, Atty'sfor Plaintiff. Keokuk, Warph 1,1859 -mchSldlm To Wiiliam Murphy and Newton McDonald and estch of you are hereby notified that ther« is now on file in the office of the Clerk mm Now, therefore, unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the second day of the next term of said District Court of Lee County, to sit at Fort Madison on the third Monday in May next, (1869), a decree will be rendered against you in accordance with the prayer of said petitioa. Now, therefore, unitas you appear and answer •aid petition on or bef re tbe second day of tbe nazt term of said District Court of L«e County, to sit at Fort Madison on the tuird Monday in May next, (1859), a decree will be rendered against you in accordance with the prayer of said petition. And ou are urther notified that at said term of Court an application »ill be made by said Clagett A Dixon, executors, for the appointment by tbe Court oi a receiver to col.ect and take charge of the reuts and prefits of said mortgaged premises, to pay the taxes and aHsesaments thereon and to have the care andebarge of the same uutil the de termination of this suit, and to perform such other dutu* in relatiou thereto as may be required of him by the Court- of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Mad ison, a petition in Chancer claiming against you the said the payment of tlirec notes given "by you, one to to the prayer of said petition, the property ordered k Jk* a It i 1 GEO. C. DIXON A SON, March 81, 1859-dlm Pltff's solicitors. ToJ. C. Trimble and A. ¥. Trimble his wife, Chancellor A Logan, William Martin and Betsey Martin: and each of you are hereby notified that there is now oi Die in tbe office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, a petition inehaueery of Cla. e A Dixon, Executor.- of the last will and testament of Jacob lialsted, late of Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa, de ceased, claiming against you the eaid .C. Trimble a decree for tbe payment of the principal and in terest now due on four pr irnifgory ntes executed by you to them 25th .November, 1860, for $300, $ti5», $650 and $700 respectively, and due in one, two, three and lour years from uate, and all bear ing ten per cent, interest per annum payable semi-annually and claiming against all of you the foreclo.ure of a mortgage executed by said J. C. Trimble to said Clagett A Dixon, Executors, November 25th, la66, conditioned for the payment of the ab»ve descriled notes and conveying Lot No. II in Block No. Lf?, in the city of Keokuk, Leo couuty, Iowa, and also asking a sale of said premises und for other relief. GEO. C. DIXON A SON, Atty 's for Plaintiffs. Keokuk, March 31, 1859-dlm rpd James Keid, Hugh T. Reid, Samuel Holmes, Henning A Woodruff, William S. James Fox,Tboints Dunlap, James Lloyd, P. A Uriuston, 11. V. Miller, Eleanor Otley, James W. I Otley, Thomas J. Elliott, Catharine L. Embiah, 0buries H. Ueasley, Sarah R. Johnston, O- H. Cox, William b. Walker, A. T. Walling, and M. Alex- S ander \ou and each of you are hereby notifijd thiit there is now «n file in tbe offioe of the Clerk of the Dietrich Court of Le# County, Iowa,at Fort i Madison, a petition of John Lynch claiming of i you the said James M. Reid the sum of three hun dred und twelve and 60-100 dollars, with interest at 10 per ocnt. from May 16tb, 1866, as money due on nfortgage from you to Henry Newton of said date, and claiming of each and aiiof you tbe forelosure cf said mortgage, tbe same being upon N -E. i of N-E. i of W of sec. 2ft, Tp. 66 N., R. 6 W„ Leecounty, Iowa, and for an order of sale of said property to pay tbe sum claimed, and for general relief, tbe said mortgage having been duly as signed to said John Lynch. And that unless you appear and answer said petition, on or before tbe morningof tbe second duy of tbe next term of the aaid court,to be commenced at Fort Madison in said county on the third Monday of May, A. D. 1869, Judgment will be rendered against y#aas In tbe Said petition pray ed. NOLLE & STRONG, March 30,1869 dim Attorneys for Plaintiff. Hue Wauh ttepulrlng. CJ 'HE subscriber being obliged to make a change in the Watcb literalkiNd Dki'abtmrrt, has sc oured tbe services of a competent workman—one who understands business thoroughly. Great uc i.muhis mum a,t win P. S.—Work of all kmdt not giviog perftct tat it/action, will be promptly adjusted by calling on tbe subscriber, at No. 1 E*te« House April 6-dAw SAM'L G, BRIDGES. TEAS I TEAK I JUST received, a large and 'i a TEAS, consisting of Bxtra Fine Imperial. Extra Fine Young H^atm. Extra Fine Oukng. O decl6d lo Robert Rati, J. M. Hiatt, Lea&der Harbiae, lsaao Vanorsda], Daviseon 4 Dan mire, H. R. Reeder. CansMoe Raedar, Abraham JBoaglaad, Fredrick Hafcb, Wftliaai Oleohorn, B. F. Ham ilton, Jol« Iei»dlejj,HaiOf»tfji«B,L. B. Malt by, Bussn Maltby. wilUM&nMerman, Joseph A. Patterson, Aabs, FreoHsaWlbak, J.C.Trim ble, James B. Naadaln, Beak Bgbaru rpUERJI is now on file in the H. Burbridge •aaaf tha Olerk Coontv, Iowa, at noel Boatman, al- A of the District Court of Lee Fort Madison, the petition of Bamnel ledgingthaton the l?th day of Januarv, 1886,Bob*t executed to plaintiff Raed and Hiatt A llarbine their tbiee pro mis so ry notes for $2,009 eaeh, aod oie for $1,000, drawing ten per cent interest, para ble annually,and executed their mortgage dewfto secure the same on apsureel of land in Lee ooantv, Iowa, in which all the other defendants have sub sequently become interested. One of said notes bas been paid, and the second and third and interest on the fourth are due and wipaid. Plaintiff asks for a judgment for the amount due and an order for the sale of the property, and the eztiuguishmcut of the interest of all the defendants in the land to sold. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the seoond day of the May term (1869) of said Court judgment will be rendered against you. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTEB, Jan. 27,1869. Plaintiff's Atfffc mchlVdlm To George W. Lemoa, 8. G. Burbridgs and Oscar I^UKKK is now on file in the office of the Clerk of JL tho District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, the potitioa of Rix, liala 4 Co., repre senting that Lemon A Bur bridge, via: George W. Lemon and S. G. Burbridge—executed their two promissory notes December4th, 1856,toB. R. A D. MT. Ford, and esecntad as security lor the pavment of the same, their mortgage dead on lot* one and two in biock nine-nine, iu the city of Keokuk that said B. R. A D. W. Ford endorsed and deliv ered said notis to plaintiff*, and that they are now the holders of said notes and the said mortgage, and that Oscar 11. Burbridge ha* a tubsequem mortgage on said property. Said petition asks for a judgment against Lemon A Burttridge fr.r 00$ and an order of sale of tho property, and for gea- Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the second day of May term (1969) of said Court judgment will be rendered according to the prayer of the pat it ion. RANKIN, MILLER k KNSTER. March 11, 1859. Att'ys for Plaiutlflfe. mcht6dlm To Gergu VN. Lemon, S. U. Burbridge, Oscar H. Burbridge, and the City of Keokuk r|!llEKE is now on file in the office of tbc Clerk 1 of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, the petition of Rix, Hale A Co., ciaimTng of Gewrge W. Lemon and S. (. Bnrbridge fifteen thousand dollars on two promissory notes, exocuted by them as Lemon A Burbridge to E. R. A U. W, Ford and by them endorsed to plaintiff's, and asking the foreclosure of a mortgage on lots Seven (7), eight tHj and nine (9), in block ninety- three (93), in the City of Keoknk, Lee county, Iowa, given to secure said note!* aud charging that U*car li. Burbridge by mrrtgage, and the City of keokuk by purchase, are interested in said proper ty. Unless you appear an 1 u^wer said petition irv ot John Maxwell on or before the second day of the May term (1869) Murphy a decree for of g*id Court judgment will be rendered according w 1 I r. •. .1 A w I k a a aW 1 1 1 the order of said Maxwell and two to the order of S. Campbell, for $333 33 $203 00 and $200 00, respectively, and ten percent, interest and also claiming against both of you the foreclosure of a i mortgage from said Murphy to said Maxwell to secure said notes, or notes in renewal of which said notes were given. upon the rear ends by 2$ feet of Lots 11 and 12 in Block 189, in the city of Keo kuk, Lee couuty, Iowa, and asking a salt of said premises and fur other relief. I I i I I to be sold, and the interest of all the defendants in the same be forever cut off. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, March 12, 1859. Att'ys for Plaintiffs. uichl6d4w To Ambrose Rucker and Garry Lewis! fpiifcRE is now on fileln the office of ffcedrfk A of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, a» Fort Madison, tbe petition of Henry Von Phul and Theodore S. McGill, claiming of yoa the revival of a judgment in favor of plaintiff* against Am brose Rucker, rendered at the April term, 1S61, of the District Court of said county, for the pos»es siou of tbe north-west quarter of sectioa tea (10), in township sixty-six (86) north of range five (6i west in Leecounty, Iowa, and five cents damages,and alleging that Garry Lewis holds, under or tbro ugb said Rucker, and took possession subsequent to the date of said judgment. The preyer ts lor a re \ival of said judgment and a writ of restitution. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the seoeod day of the May term (1869) of said court, judgment will be rendered against you. rpilERK A N K I N I E A E N K K March 12, 1^69-d Plaintifis'Att'ys. ToJ. E. Streeper, *. B. Parker, J. E, Bruce, J. S. Thompson and Edward Boyd is now on file in the office of the Clerk I Of the District Court of LeeCounty, lows, at Fort Madison, the petition of J. E. AW. A Yore, claiming J. E. Streeper and G. Parker, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars on four promissory no es executed by them to J. K Bruce aod J. S. Thompson, and by them endorsed to J. B. Walsh, i and by him endorsed and delivered to plaintiffs. Also, claiming tbe foreclosure of a mortgage executed by said Streeper and Parker, In aeeure said notes, on lands in Lee county, Iowa, in which the other defendants ar« imere*ted. Unless you appear and answer said petition or. i or before the second day of the May term 1869) of raid owuit, judgment will be rendered agatast you. YOl work muuoteti ie» iuy oare, and the work warranted :o give satisfaction. The Repairing Clock*, Jewelry, jc., also the manufacturing of goods of every description, shall receive my personal attention, and warranted. as i i! well assorted lot of We have several grades of the above kinds of Teas, at different priocs. Thefee Teas have been selected for oar retail trade we guarantee the prioe to salt. COLLIERS 4 ROBERTSON, uh26-d Maiu street, neaf Third. S~ UGAR-CUitBD A i COLLIER A ROBE 11TSON, mh25-d 78 Main atriet^ prir KE NE hundred bushels sale by apr!2 miiiiKi. Apples for ELL0GG ft HI ROE. 5 RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTBH, March 12, 185, Plaintiffs' Att'ys. mcbl7d4w To Ru us Wilsey.Williaoi Graham, Robert French, John Ferret andS. S. Billings "1HERE is now on file in tbe Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, tbe petition of J. llainee, claiming against you a judgment of the Court, foreclosing a mortgage on certain real estate iu Lee County, Iowa, given by Rufus Wilsy and William Graham to Robert French, to secure certain notes on two, four and six years. Said petition askr for a judg ment in favor of plaintiff, who is now tbe holder ef the notes and mortgage, an order for the sale of tbe property, and aa extinguishment of tbe inter est of all the defendants in tbe premises, and for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the 2nd day of the May Term, 185U, of said mh28-dlm 1 RANKIN, MILLER A KNSTER, mh28 dim Pltff's Atty'g. To Rufus Wilaey, Elisabeth Wilaey, John Wiisey, Partridge, l'enobote A Warren,* Lorenso D. Brown, William Brown, James Bradford, A. G. Grinnan, Cornelia Grinnan and each of you are hereby notified that thero is now on file in the offioe of the Clerk of tbe District Court of LeeCounty,Iowa, at Ft. Mad ison a petition of Jemes C. Lyon olaiming of you tbe said Rufus Wiisey the sum of twelve hundred dollars, and interest Mm* Get. 27th, 1868, at 10 per cent, per aenumOpaa ajsromigsery note exe cuted by you to theaatd/. v. Lyon for one tbou sund dollars of date October 27th, 1H66, bearing interest at 10 per cent perannum. Also, claiming against all of you the foreclosure of a mortgage upon mirt of lots nm and tarn.bloAlt nn* i.nn.ir.,1 aud twenty-two, being real sstatc in city of Keo kuk in said county and state, executed by said i Rufus Wiisey ami Elisabeth Wiisey, to secure the i paymentof the said note and interest, and thatj unless you appear and answer thereto on or before the morning of tbe 2d day of next term of said Court, to be balden at Ft. Madison on the 3d Monday in May, A. D. i86y, judgment will be rendered against yoa by default. NOBLE k STRONG, March 22,1859-dlm Att'ys for Plaintiff. Elliot** Debates, HE Debates in the several State Coaveations A on the adoption of the Federal Constitution as recemmonded by tha General Convention at Phila delphia in 1787, together with the Journal of the Federal Convention, Luther Martin's Letter, YaUs' Miuutes, Congressional Opinions, Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of '98-99, and other il fustratione of the Constitution in five volumes-—, ior sale at OGDEN, BROWNELL A CO.'S f»b2fid Cirr BOOK STOKU. tliSSier's it ork a. TI1HE Works of Dan'] Webstor, withabiographi 1 oal memoir, bv Edward Everett, in 6 octavo volumes, for sale by mehlfd OGDEN, BROWNELL A CO. ONION IE1T8. BARRELS for sale by mohSAd KELLOGG A BIRG1. mm Wright, Rleh.rd C. Wa Is worth VTul eery is on trict Court of Las Sfl, and of October, 186 Mareb 94, 1869 44w fess •gainst you. RANKIN, MILLER A ENS Plirs Atty's. ToW. W. 0-R.H. Stonei 111ERE is now on file in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Lcwa, at Keokuk, the petition of Reed A Co., claiming of you seven hunlred and fixty-two dollars and fifty lour cent*, and ten per cent, interest hereafter on two promissory notes oxecated by you to them. Said petition also prays an attachment on tbe ground of your non-residenee. Unleas you appear and answer said petition on or befure the second day of the next term of the District Court, of said County, at Keokuk, judgment will be rendered against you. YOU nord, ONE MlloH, Bsati and Anta Hinhath his wifa, i. hia wife, P. L. mh29--apl 5d4w S. lc'trl for fltfj. NO IK E. To Ileary Logan aad N. B. Miller 4 Co.: YOU are hereby notified that there Is intihaa the DU- the Clark inty, leva, at Fort Madisoa. in behalf of James E.Braos, fteorge M. Barbaras* J. Lafnyctto Curtis, agaiaaA yo^ claiming tofors aloee two Mortgages, a VIMI eonveymg to plaintifis 171 tares of land ia tha W. the N. V. i of BMtian 14, Township W of Range 6, situated in Laa County, aforesaid, and W. I of t&e N K. i oonditumed to pay to plaiatifs 11 prsplsttrf aaMa of $600 each, aad also M*Pt* fiVf» Robb, Wright, DeWolfaad iTcflfffcir $14* W «t«k. said Mortgages being ezaaaUd by said last aa*sd defendants and for tbe wao-pay ia* ef Said M4st, with 10 per esnt. inUrsst, as reqaUftd hvatld Maet gages, petitioners bring suit. And nalsts you ap pear before said Court, on or before tha Mini day of their term for May, 1869, to toaisstMs en the 3rd Monday of May, and answer Said petition, a decree pro oonfesso will be rendered SgllBtt CURTIS, GILLMORB *CU*TI^ Now, tberelore, uiileti* uu eppoar and answer said petition, under oath, on or before the second dav of the May term, 1859, (to eommenee on the third Monday of May,) of said Court, judgment will be rendered against you pto confen. JURTlS, GILLMORE A CURTIS, March 25, H59-d4w Be l's for Petitioners. N o i t£. To Samuel Dunlap, Thomas Dunlan, Pyle, Israel Tennis, William Timnerman Walt by, O. H. Cqk, and W. B, Walker: Y26thare ol hereby notified that on or before the day of January, A. 1 1859, a petition in Chancery of Amos 11. lirown will be placed on file in the Clerk's Offioc-ef the District Court ef Los County, Iowa, at the City of Keokak, e against you the foreclosure of a mortgage 1st Jely, 1857, given by tbe said Samuel on Lots number ome, twe, three and sis i one hundred aad forty-two, and Lots aanbar to* ea, eight and pine in Block one hundred aadseveo ty-two, of the City of Keofcwk aforesaid* wMkfes^ ditioa: to be void on tbe payment ef Jgw nrasUa sory notes all of date 1st Jannafy, IfVF, glvea by said Samuel Dunlap aad each mdatasd af said Thomas Dunlap, coming doe and pafahia It ths said plaintiff as follows: One note due one yeat from date, aSMHOtt $T60 One note due two yean from date, hiitaat fit One note due three years from data, ts *, vsraliy dated oo "the 10th alfeafMb Wo^assiir,Itid, Attorneys for Plainti|L not kmc. rpo PATRICK MADDKN: fiia—Yonore harahf notified that there is on file in thf ottoe of the Clerk of the Distritst Court of Lee lava* at Keokuk, a petition of Amos a decree of said Court against you 1 1 a s OB tie tt the lera's Office of the Distribt Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Ft. Madison, a petition of Cadv, Jones A Peck partners in trade, rented under oath, claiming of you Henry Logan the assignment to th«m of Duplicate Land Warrant H««6sr (tbe original having been cancelled by theCoombIs-16,710, sionerof Pensions in the Department of the Interior of the Government of tbe United States), which said Warrant was originally issued to eaid Henry gan under the Act of Congress of March 3d, 1866, granting bounty lands to certain offieers and soldiers who have been engaged ia the military service of tbe United States, Ac., which eaid Warrant en titled the said lienry Logan to locate one hundred aad twenty acres ef laad at any Land ''See at tha United States, in one body, Ac.: Said petition averring and claiming that said petitioners are now tbc legal owners of said Warrant by alignment from N. B. Miller A Co., the assignees of said Henry l*gan, or tbe assignees of his assignee, and prn viag that a decree may o rendered against the said Logan, riq-.i iring him tooxecote, in doe form of law an assignment of said Warrant petition ers, and excluding htm and the said N. B. Miller A C". from all interest therein. m: Kdward C. a Mt MMOt 76# One note due four year* frem daltj, aawoat fit All bear ng 10 per eent. interest. And also the following, vis: One n«te of date Feb. 1,186f, doe 1 year from date, $9SO. One note of date Feb. 1,1851, das 3 years from dat.', $V 10. One note of dota Feb. 1,1861, doe jmta date, |840. One note of date Feb. 1,1567, doe I date. $770. Several of which note* are past dae aad all of of them remain unpaid and unlsts yoa appear la said suit oo or before the n sue ad dap ef tteoasatal term (commencing on tbe fourth Maada^af June, 1859) of laid Court and file yoor answer le sold petition, a decree of forecloaare will ha rendered aaaiast }ou by confession. CURTIS, GtLLMORI from fraM A CURTIS, Attoraavs fc H. Brawaaialntiag far tha SSSS $361.86 and ten per eent per annumlalMSSt these* on from October 14, lsio, on a mortgage by yoa said Brown given, of date October 14, lOSa.aatfea front ends by fifty feet deep uf Lute 11 and IS la block 180, in the city of Ecokuk, Lee county,! to secure tbe payment of tbe purchase sakl realty, vis: $425, in four equal stal'.mente, with interest from aaiadata atthSaale of ten per cent, per annum, payable annoally, (default in payment of any of said installments or int rect to make said whole amount due and payable) said petition charging sueh default, and claiming also the foreclosure and sale of said mortgaged premises and the extinguishment of all equity of redemptioa under said mortgage and for uneral relief. You are therefore notihed that -an you appear and answer to aaid petition on tbe seenud day of the September term (to commence on the first Mondsy of September, 1859,) of said Court, a decree will be taken against you thetaaa pro conftuo. si ta CURTIS, GILLMORE A CURTIS, boiieilors for Petitioner. March 24, 186«-d4w To Jaoob Bushev, Executor, Ac., of B. Rush Little^ deoeesed, and Anna M. Little and eaeh of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in tbe office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, a petition af John L. Carson, claiming of you the said Bus hey, as executor of tbe last will and testaasent of B. Rush Little, d#eeased, the sum of thirteen hundred and fifty dollars, with interest thereon from Mareh 11th, 1867, at the rate of ten per eent. per annam, as money dae on notes aud mortgage made by aaid B. Rash Little in his life time, at date la«t aforesaid, to said Careen, and claiming of eaeh of yeu the foreclosure of said mortgage, tbe same being for purchase money and upon lot 10 in block 196, in oity of Keokak, Lee eounty, Iowa and praying a sale of said property. And unleas you appear and answer ssid petition on or before the morning of tbe second day of the next term of saideourt to commence at Fort Madison on the third Monday of May, A. D 1869, judgment will be readared against yon a# prayed for in said petitioa. M- NOBLE 4 STRONG, April 6,1869-dim Atty's for Pltff* '1*0 Rufus Wiisey, Elisabeth Wiisey, Ford, Uor A ham A Ford, Hawkins Taylor, K. B. Ford, Jas. Jack, Joseph Stroilmao, William Michaels, Wil son, Perry A Co., Hood A Abbott, Ficklia A Lucas, Samuel Richey, Andrew Brown, K. H. Glenn, Samuel Bonner, 8. A J. Haaaill, J. K.Selmett John R. Allen, James M. Corbet, Cleghorn A Harrison, James W.Grimes, Snmner Stebbeus, George R. T(wtd rnnnokU A fHnwth Uottv W re. Cornelia Offnnaa, A. G. Grinnan,' James Partridge, Penohott k Warren Yoa and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file iu tha oflas of the Clerk of tbe District Court for Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madisoa, a petition of Charles lvins elaimiag of and against each aad all of yoa the foreclosure of a mortgage executed to him by Rafus Wilaey on the front end sixty feet deep of lot No. six, in block No. foar, in the City of Keokuk, Lee Ooantv, Iowa. Also, olaiming of yon, the said Rafus Wiisey, tbe sum of forty-four handiad eighty-eight and 34 100 dollars, with intevastHsaa December 22d, 1868, upon six thousand sin hundred fifty-five 80-100 dollars at 10 per eent. per annum, calculated aa payable annually, being, upon certain notes sc oured by said mortgage and that unless you ap pear and answer thereto on or before the 2d day of the next term of said District Court, to be holden at Fort Madison on tbe 3d Monday in May, A. D. 1869, judgment will be rendered against you by default. NOBLE k STRONG, March 19* 1869-dim Plaiutiff's Att'3^, LAN I aWGn MOLA8SKS for aaie by KELLOGG A B1 RGB, aprl2d 88 Maiu 4. of ^tsarnsAlf arri n'soelcbrated Safctfjer sale on good terms by ap4dAw W. H. AUSTIN CQ6.