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Will The Grecian HAIR RESTORATIVE! Tbia i«hot a common rK*r***Tl0S composed of Ca«tor Oil and Alcohol with a little perfume, or of X«M flalphar,,$agar of Lead, Sul phate niyf mim of Iron water,and Tended through the try as restoratives, but is '"M SCIENTIFIC COMFOUHD! it Promotes tiir Growth hssitate one monitnt KEOKUK IOWA. ALL ^OE w Sugars. gradss of N 0., Crushed, I'umtmi, tar tale by W, H. AUSTIN A CO. tochl2dAw Dried Beef oouiv» and Pitiems the Hair! FBBVBIfTS IT FALLING OFF tip Hair el tt«nara(ft Aim E E S O I A I E Ever Introduced into thit Country "Lady or Gentleman who prises A RICH ANT) BKACTITCL HIAD 0? HAHt to obtain pi hiok phepabation. Price $1 00 par bottle, W.'ft avwrm. 0. M. AUUttft. W. H. AVRTIR CO.| firtctn aa Pr«iacs DeaUfl, HO. IJftMAIN-ST., rale at No. 118 Main-meet. tuchlMAw W. H. AUSTIN A CO. IN DOW SASU sud 6RAMJIS, all aisea, fur sale tow by W. H. AUSTIN A CO. mchUdAw obtetter s~iiii its, for aate to W. H. AC SUN A CO. tneh14«#w WH.M'I'IMl CI S' S this and sold by A. J. WILKINSON, Sign of the Golden Eagle and Mortar, fcbl6d3m W Mwa-streett Schiedam Schnapps, Leslie V Stomach Bitters, Leslie's Ginger Wine, fM1sale by W. II. AUSTIN A CO. ach!4dfer Flour. Flour ONofband a large apply of the i«Uetta| brands FLOUR: Plymouth Roek, Warsaw, 111. JProvidenre Milli, do iiion Mill*, Water town, III. granite Mill*. Weat Point, Iowa. IK est Point Mill*, do do Magnolia Milla, Keokuk, Iowa. Gate City Mills, do Locomotive Milla, Laharpe, 111. Jieing Agents lor most of the above mills, we are prepared Lu ffll at all time? at the very lowest market rates, aud offer a good assortment to select jfrern. W. 11. AUSTIN A CO., UichUlJtv No. 118 Main-st. jutt Krcelvedt MENKY AMLS' celebrated tLGA HAM* Mid liACON SHOULDERS, PAPER, all sites of Rag and Straw Papers, direct from the milla, for sale LOW by W. II. AUSTIN *00.13. mchUAwd Direct ftflaportsuion Of u a w a e e a o o y Ihave 8. W. & H. TUCKER, MWHTERS AND WHOLKSALK I)KALf!f», in store, and are receiving their suppliei to rthc upring trade,direct from he makers, which they offer to cash and prompt tiae-buyerr on fa furable terms• ihe stock being unusually large, |bey confidently solicit an examination of tne same. b.W.AU. Il-CKER, May 10-dAw Sign of Red Padiock. IaEKS' Picks, Shovels. Ac., for *ale by mhcltid t. W. A H. CKEK. ^RIFl IN'S Horse jiails—a *ro»»d dock of ail cues for aale by ruch16d AMES' SlCKLEs.- do do do do do do t/OSpadef-, A i/UU to clinch—a superior article Together with a general ajssortnunt of other nails ef the Belmont Lrand, just received and for sale low by 6. W. A U. 1 l!CKMR, tnaySdAw K N Garden, Grubbing and other HOEo7~ Slioveli, Mattock .- aiid Picki* Scytbee, Snaths, and Grain Cradles Cow bells, Kakes and Corn Planters Ox, Trace and Halter Chains Cutting Itoxes, Hay and Straw Knives Hay,h traw and Manure Forks And a Urge stock of assorted Hardware and Cut lery on baud and fBfsalc hw by tnaySdA w 8. W. A 11. TINKER. JJ K1N 1B'i')N E» The PertaGricdstoncs,of VS VJ rious .for sale bv h. W.AH.Xl'CKEK, (Sign of the hci Padlock,) MaylOdAw Cor. of Main A 2.1 Sts. Caster oil. best American, for sale low by A.J. W ILK INHON Bign of tbe Golden tsglc and Mortar, eprl8 y6 Mhin street. Uebater** tlorka. E W'orks of Lat. 'l Webster, with a biographi I- eal lueui- ir, by Edward Evervtt.in 6 octavo vvlumea, toi J^y mchlTd (KiDKN, BRO^NELL ACO, tilHSALt GOOD HORSE. Inquire of TiLLINUHASI, LANE A liUKL, 13S Main-st. •Heudow (took. B•'Tempest.andi.'•anshtue," Y Mrs. u i u i e author of "Lena Rivers," thif my received bv apUft 0«I'EN, BROWN KLL A 00. Ctasblsiet Ulut. Kf\i\ •LT5S- ^°n*lim 1 ind E O V E MERCHANT TAILOR, Has HcmoTea to s. vwy WO. 75 MAIN-ST., BET. SECOND THIRD. Haying just I 2' store auU and to arrive. For sale by A. J. WiLKINfcOM, Sign of the Goldui Eagle and JUdT RECE1VKD—A lot of Moitar, apr20-l 96 A1 aln-st. AIHES' kHoVI IJt Ames' returned from the East, IE 19 O W IE c®iy t*r'%! Alelert Aiiertmciitcl NEW GOODS, ADAPTED TO THE COMING SEASON, Which he will be With happy to exhibit to all wboeall. his facilities for obtaining THE LATEST STYLES ©E GOODS, And constantly receiving BVerythia* New la tit* Wty of A S I O N He respectfully invites the 'Gentlemen of Keokuk Mid viounty, when in want ef BAST-riTTlMQ AND K1CB-XADB CLOTHIWS, JMT 10 GIT* Bin A CALL. lL.. N. B.—Particular attention paid to CUTTING fi others to make. Hoya* (-lotbes Cut. Keokuk, Sept. If), '68 Mississippi Valley Nnrsery. WESTERN UUOWN TKI.ES FOR THE WEST! Wexperience I several years the l'ro- frietorr and Clarified, can now furnish K U i E E S A N SHRUBBERY, acclima ted, and found to succecd In tho Wast. Many of these Trees are of extra site, and have produced fine sp«xri e s o u i e a s sea son. Th ,se interested are ili ited to call and ex amine fur themselves. Orders for Apple, Pear, Peach, riurn and Cherry Trees, either Standard or Dwarf, Grape Roots or Cuttinga Currant, Goos bcrry, Raspberry and Blackberry bushes, together with Evergreens and Ornamental Shrubbery, will receive prompt and faithful attention. JUST Trees delivered any part of the City free of Charge. Nursery Grounds in the Western part of the City, on Das Moinee Avenue. O. 0. HILTON, (Late Hubbell A Hiltoa.) Keokuk,Kept. 6, 1868-dAw COLLIERS & HOUEKTBOIV, Veeeral Grecers, No. TS Main-st.. near 3d KEOKUK C|1 IKC'V I LOI 'H. receive !, a supply of Castla Mills XXX Flour, wnrrantid. ^ptisd (»L.LIKH.v A.K"BE11T80N, uitAiiAin nont. CHOICE artkle^fO^r att^e by aprl8d COLLIE Kb' A ROBERTSON. A S q? a a LBS. Conntry-curei liams and Side* O^vJU 300 No. 1 tugar-cured Hams, for sale by COLLIEHS A ROBERTSON. apr!8d RESlT^Foiii at oer, Assorted Pie Fruita, Fresh Peaehe?, Ifresh Str«wb.rriec, Fresh Pine Apples, Burnett'* Flavoring Bxtracts, Oox'b Patent Gelatine, iiooper'.« sheet and shred Isinglass, Baker's No. 1 Chocolate, Cocoa, Broma, JUb'l good B. W. A H. TL'CKEK. SHOVELS^ Shovels for sale lo may 10 A large stock of Ames' 8bjW. A H. TUCKER. -Scythe Btonea^^rinacrSnt SCYTHE STONES, kinds,in quantities to suit. mayiO S. W.J TUOKFH. JOYTilr. KIFLES.—-Various qui\l it ice of/Scythe ltiflesand Sharpeners for salel^ u»ay 10 S A if. TUCKER. A good article of Siekle* for aale by S. W. A H. TUCK Kit. N'AlLb, Fine 3d Flooring Annealed Casing Filil.-liiEg Bartel may 10] Corn Starch, jlecker's Farina/ Walnut Catsup, $\oiito English and American Pickles, in"g lass jars, Tuylor A Bro.'o double superfine Fnglisb Mus tard. For sale by aprlHd COLLIEhS A K tBETllTSON. TtiAS i t.xs i ti as It received, a large abd well assorted kt of THAS, conKi^ting of Extra Fine Imperial. Extra Fine Young Hyson. Extra Fine Ooli ng. Wc have several grades of the above ltioda of Teas, at diQercut priets. These Teas have been selected fi»r our retail trade we guarantee the price to suit. COLLI KRS 4" KOBERTSt»N, inh25 Main street, near Third. VJI A i(-CU!(il 11 AM O CO L11: K A ROB E RTSON, mb25-d 78 Main atreet. S u e Waieh UepulrlnK. ''I 'HE subsfribcr being obliged to make a change I in the WATCH HKFAIM.no 1EI-AKTMKKT, ban se cured the services of u competent workuiau—oue who understands his business thoroughly. Great care will be taken with all work entrusted to i^y care, and the work warranted o give satisfaction. Ike Repairing of Clinks, Jewelry, 4\, Blso man., iaeturing of goods of every description, shall receive mv personal attention, and warranted. P. S.—Work of all kinds nit. giving perfect tat itfai tton, wiil be prom}t!y atij listed by calling on the subscriber, at No. 1 Estea House Apnl6-dAw SAM'L G. BRIDGES. rouuK K. w vaaciwu Ho, for Pike VIRGIL H. BTTT.T.IVAW & CO., (BUCCE8BOKB TO J. L. I10BB8 A CO.,) Fourth-street, between Main and Johmon, KEOKUK IOWA, I O E I I N A N V. A I E I I in VJl'LKNSWAIiE, GLArS »nd CHINA, Kero sene Lwuiif Soihrand llangiug Lamps, Looking OlasstMi, Tea Truy#, c. Ac Having purehastd tho lajgo aud well selected stock at the old stand of C. E. Griffith A Co., will be plees. to have a call from one and all. We inUnd to keep oonstantly on hand a complete stock both fur a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE. Reveiving our t»oods direct from the manufactu rers, in Ei.glai.d, runci-and America, we will be able to sell as low as any regular house in the West. Jan. 10, 186y-dAw "Kxtia," in i oi Shovels, received and for aale by XlLU^lilUUsJ., LANK A BURL, juit AN Sign of ths Broad-Axe, Ddlw 138 Main-at. tbe s Peak a. Poi rorii & co. Waploudid E are now receiving nod owning a ttSW and itock of Clothing and Gents' Fur nishing Goods, which we offer to sell very low for cash. Our gooda are ?. lected with great care and with a view to the hard times therefore we offer them at very umall profits, keeping in View the old motto of quick salt* and small profits. All we ask u that customer* will call and examine txfore purchasing elsewhere we charge nothing for »how« inggooik. Kemember the place, East side of Sd St., between Main and Johnson. nub 17d B. POLLOCK ACO". V. IT. SULLIVAN A CO. w DXTHA (.'TS, 44 rocKl-n tl.UH," Patchouly, West-End," st Hour u liniic, iiiiti i.'hcr w» il known i'er fumei, from the same laboratory, for Male by A Wilkinson, U°ideu Fkglu and Mortal, 96 Mam street. ciueiLv. amortment just reacived at No 1 Eates House. decl6d BAM'L G. BRIDGES. DELI1«(|(ISIIT LIST OF LOTS o N whioh special taxes are due and unpaid.— For repairing Side-walk en North tide of Johnson street, between First and Third sts. Owners' Names. Lot. Block. Tax. Coet. Unknown. E§ of 10 26 $3.50 $1.14 Wtof" 11 36 6.60 1.17 15 IS 18.60 1.24 For laying platdrfTae-wslks--on north side of 8th St., from Main to Blondeau 12 126 9.00 1.1$ Qu west side of Fulton-at., from 6th to 7th st. Chatham Square 3 &A'5 1-1® k 6 6C6 l.lfl Ob east side of Fallon-et.,freiH 19lh to Perry's Ad. do do do do of 1 lth st. u 7 180 6.00 1.18 8 160 ft.00 1.16 a 0 160 6.00 1.16 IS 160 6.00 1.16 On east side of Fulton-st., from 16th to 16th st. 6.86 6.80 6.80 6.80 6.80 I 9 II 12 Oa south sids of ISth st., from Timea to Moines street. 8 173 16.70 7 173 11.70 On north side 15th St., from High to Morgan-st. 12 1^7 11.75 1.22 On west Bide q| Johnson-st.^ between 12th ond 16th 1 1 i 4 1 ft 1 Bates AA. ft 4 ft Eilb. Ad. 1 On west rtdeef Morgan-st.from 13th to 14th st. 3 1»7 4.70 1.15 4 li#T 4.70 1.15 5 1»7 4.70 1.16 J5ftn«xttol Of S 17$ 3.70 1.12 4 172 Ji.40 1.13 On north side of 4th st. between Juhnson and l&x changu at. 40ft front end 12 35 4.74 1.15 On west side of J-rauklin-bt from 12th to i.Uh st. 3 D2 226 1.12 On north side of 4th from Des Motaea to PaUan st. 10 11 13 1.16 1.16 1.16 1.16 1.16 Des 1.27 1.27 185 18tf 185 185 202 202 202 202 202 202 l.a l.a l.a l.a l.a l.a 4.20 4.20 t.10 2.10 4.20 4.20 4-20 4 20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 1 s ft 1.14 1.14 1.12 1.12 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14 A 1U7 4.70 1*15 On west sideef High at. from 14th to 16th streets. Perry* Ai. 4.65 1.15 do 4.55 1.15 do S ft 4.55 1.15 ao 4 3 4.56 1.15 Oa north side of 11th St. from Exchange to Timea 84ft rear end of 12 171 8.13 1.18 1 17» «.40 1.13 I 77 14 75 4JJ5 46§ftrear end of 12 77 4.70 1.16 On south sub of 8th st. from Exohange U iiaak at. 1U9 109 15 05 1.26 1^.95 1.25 to Iruiton et. 15.5 i 1.26 16.70 1.27 6.50 1.17 High 136 134 134 On north aide of til al.frum 1 12 70ft front end 1 Oneatitside of Des Moines at. from 13th to 13th su 10 182 5.25 1.15 11 182 6.2j 1.16 12 182 5.25 1.16 On west side ef Dts Moinea-at.from 13th to 15th st. 206 206 906 206 26ft 20ft »ft 3ft ftft 5.20 6.20 6.20 b.'id 5.20 5.20 5.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 5 00 Kilb. Ad. do do do do ft ftft do W On sooth side of 15th st. from Des Maine* to Pa lean street. Kiib. Ad. 6 30 16.95 1.26 do 30 16.95 1.26 Cta east side of Palean-at. from 15tb to 17th street. Kilb. Ad. do do do do do do do 7 1.16 1.15 1.16 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.16 1.16 1.16 ft 29 39 6.36 6 35 6.35 5.35 5.35 6 .,16 5.40 6.40 5.40 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.16 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 3ft 39 38 28 38 10 audi Kilb Ad 11A12 Ob caiftside of Orleana-st. from of Coneert-at. Oa east aide of Bank-aL from I from 14th to 16tb street. Estes' Ad 7 do 8 do 9 do 1ft uo 11 do 12 1ft 7 ft 12 Kiib. Ad. do do On east sids of Bank-st. troat 6th to Periy'a On north side of 10th somuch thereof as ahall be necessary to discharge aaid tax said, at the Mayor's Office tuv hourt of y o'clock a. ON which taxes are due and unpaie, foi McAdamising, Trimming Guttering and Curbing on Exchange street, from Second to Fourth sti cets. Owners' Names. Unknown, lot. 1 3 3 4 6 ft Block. 24 24 24 34 24 34 35 25 9 10 11 •i N0T1CK i» hereby i v e n to the owners of Letrt describe-!IU the foregoing Trimming and Curbing on Exchange street, in front of aaid lots, as designated in above list,and utiles payment be made of tbe taxes levied, and aleo all costa, before the Muy, A. D. 1859, tbe said lots, or so much theieof as shall be necessary to discharge said tax and cost*, will be sold on tho day .'.foresaid, at the Mayor'a Office in said City, Legal lfotlc*. To Aanon H. Gage sad Hannah his wife, John C. Humphrey, George W. Nye and John F. Nye. Y(here OU asdiisk of yea ate kwehy notified that is now on file la the a£et of the Clerk of the Dlstrlel Oswrt of Lee Oowsty, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition ef Aasos H. Brswa elajaaing of you the foreelesare of esrtada aartiai* nnsliil by said Gago to said Brown, to 8th to Wtb atreet. Mason's Up. Ad. 1 ft 5.36 1.15 do 3ft 5.35 1.15 do 4 6 5.36 1.15 On east side 4.70 4.70 4.70 4.10 4.70 4.70 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 1 15 1.15 13th to 15th street. 2© i 90S 303 203 21 31 21 6 30 6.30 5.30 5 30 6.00 5 00 5.00 ft 9 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15 7th street 10 91 4.70 1.15 11 Ml 4.70 1.15 On w@lt tile of Bank-st. from 16tb to 16th street. Kilb. Ad. 1 26 6.35 1.16 do 2 25 6.36 1.16 do 3 35 6.36 1.15 On south side of 16tb at. from Fulton to Franklin. Ad. 7 9 14.35 124 st.from Blondeau to Conoert. 1 1 6 6 1 3 6 0 1 2 1 12 156 13 60 1.24 NOTICE ia hereby given to the owners of tne lothdescribedin the foregoing list, situated in the City of Keokuk, Lee that County an.1 State of Iowa, special tax has been assessed and levied on naid de^crlbed lots h* desiguaUd in the above list y e i y o u n i o s a i i y o e a i i n Mde-walks and for Uying plank side-walks in front of said lotK, and unless payment be made of the taxc.' so levied, and also all costs, before tbe 26th day of May, A. D. 185^, tho said lots, the or and costs, will be sold on the day afore in said city, between ui. and 6 o'clock p.m. C. C. STEVEN'S, Collector of the City of Kcokfclt. Mav 4, !*M-dtd DE'.:IKqiiI:iNT~iLIST Ul" LOTS* Tax. Cost. $2.35 2.26 2.10 2.10 110 2 10 2.08 2.08 2 08 2.08 2.09 2 10 2.00 2.00 2 36 2.04 2.04 $125.40 115 96 106.75 100.75 100.75 160.76 98 40 #8.40 98 40 98 40 98 95 100.70 90.10 90.10 135.40 94.46 94.46 100.66 100.66 102 70 ft X9 36 31 31 31 31 10 1 3 5 6 JS 30 30 30 80 to 2.13 the list,situated in the 'City of Keokuk, ljftv county and State of Iowa, and all others inteiested, that u special tax has been asuefsed nrid levied on said lotn by the City Council of said city for McAdamifeing, Guttering 4tb day of between tbe hours ef 9 u'clock a. lu- aud 5 o'clock p.m. C. O. STEVENS, Collector of tbe City of Keokuk. MtylS.1Sfcy.dtd AVA, Lajjuayra,'Costa Rica and Rio Coffee^ tab25-d COLLIER A ROBERTSON. Anted Bestembsr ft, 1866,and rsserdsd in the JBeeeeder's once of said county Septsnbsr 10, 1860, at Keekuk, eondiUomsd for tho payment ef three several promissory notes given by said Gage to said Brown, and payable to said Brews or order in twelve, twenty-four and thirty six months rsspeetively, after Sept. S, 1866, with 10 per esnt. per annum interest payable annually •sm Blown elalming from the said Gags as due and unpaid (as by the tenor of saUd mortgage and note*) the sum of $696.66 with ten per eent. per annum interact thereon from Sept. 3, 1866, and praying that the equity of redemption of said defendants, and all of them, be forever foreclosed as to the premises in said mortgage described, (vis Lot No. 4 in Block No. 172, in Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa,) and the several interests ef said defendants there in revor hereafter barred. And unless you ap pear and answer said petition on or before the sec ond day of the special term of said oourt, to begin on the fourth Monday of June, lf?5tf, judgment will bo rondered against you thereon pro confeuo, CUKTIS, G1LLMOKE A CURTIS, April 1, 185y-d!m Sol'a for Petitioner. fllO Edward K. Hart, Samuel Kobb, P. C.Wright and Rosena M. U. Wright his wife, Samuel Wolf, Ansel Phillips and Elisabeth Phillips his wife, Richard C. Weiriek and Mary £. Wairick his wife, Silas Heaigbt and Julia A. Heaight his wife, J. Brentgardner and Anna Brent gardner his wife, Thos. J. Firth, Jan. K. Brace, J. L. Curtis, Geo. M. Barber, Winthrop DeWolf, D. L. Wale worth, Jones A Wheeler, A. Hi be, John R. Allen, John McDougall, and Joesc Roddick: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, a pe tition in chancery of John Harris, claiming against you the said Edward K. Hart a decree for the pay- to said Harris for one thousand dollars and ten per cent, interest, dated 25th July, 1856, and payable two years after date and also claiming against all of you the foreclosure of a mortgage given by aaid Hart to said Harris to aecure the payment of the above note, and other notes therein described, dated 2itb July, 1866, and conveying the north west quarter of the north*eest quarter of section No* fourtewn (14) in township 6 north, range 5 west in Leo county, Iowa, in which premises or part thereof you and each of you are said to hare or claim some interest. Now, therefore, unless you appear and answer said petition on or before tbe second day of the next term of said District Court of l*ee Count v, to sit at Fort Madison on the third Monday in May next, (IS5i}, a decree will be rendered against you in aooerdaaee with the prayer of aaid petition. GEO. C. DIXON A N, Atty'cfi Plaintiff. Keokuk Mnn*h 1, l*59--mch31dlm To WUliaui Murphy and Newton McDonald: YOU and each of you are hereby notified that theru is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Aladison, a petition in Chancery of John Maxwell claiming against you tbe mud Murphy a decree for the payment of three notes given by you, one to the order oi said Maxwell an»l two to tbe order of S. Campbell, for $338 33, $203 00 and $200 00, respectively, and ten per cent. intereBt and also claiming against both of yoa the irecloeurc of a mortgage from said Murphy to said Maxwell to secure said notes, or notes in renewal of which aid D..« were gi v.» u,„„ the Tof C0 "f Lots II .nd 12in Block 18V. in tho city Ke... I kuk, Lee county, Iowa, and asking a aale of said' premises and tor other relief. Now, therefore, unless you appear and answer caid petition on or before the aecond day of the next term of said District Court of Lee County, to sit at Fort Madison on the third Monday in May next, (1859), a decree will be rendered against you in accordance wath the prayer cf said petition. GEO. C. DIXON A SON, March 31, lft59-dlm l'ltff's Solicitora. To J. C. Trimble and A. V. Trimble bis wife. Chancellor A Logan, William Martin and Martin YOU and each of you arc hereby notified that there is now on file in tbe office of the Clerk of the District Court of Betsey Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madi.-on, a petition in chancery of i 'U.c A Dixon, Executors of the last will »nd testament of Jacob Haisled, late of Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa, de- ceased, claiming against you the said J.C. Trimble a decree for the payment of the principal and in tereet now due on four promissory notes executed! by you them 26th November, 1856, for $300, $66j, $650 and $700 respectively, and due in one, two, three aud four years from date, and all bear lug ten per cent, interest per annum payable semi-annuAliy and claiming against ail of you the forcdoiurc of a mortgage a ecu ted by said J. C. Trimble to said Clagrti A Dixon, Executors, November 26th, lb5*, conditioned for the payment of the above descriled notes and coaveyiug Lot No. 11 in Block No. 137, in the city of Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa, and also asking a sale of said I premises and for other relief. Ni»w, therefore, uniMs you appear and answer said petition on or bef re A Dix'.n, Extcutora, for the appointment by the I Court of a receiver to collect and take charge of i the rents and profits of to said termination of this as saiu James. M. Reid tbe sum of three hun dred and twelve an i 50-100 dollars, with interest at 10 per cent, from May 16tb, 1856, as money due on mortgage from you to Henry Newton I the second day of the next term of aaid District Court of Lee County, to sit at Fort Madison on the third Monday in May next, (186V), a decree will be rendered againat you 1 in accordance with the prayer of said petition. Aud jou are further notified that at said term of Court an application will be made by said Clagett 1 1 mortgaged premises, pay the tax^u and afpessment* thereon and to have the care and charge of the same until Dunlap, James Lloyd, P. A. Urmston, H. V. Miller, Eleanor Utley, James W. Otley, Thomas J. Elliott, Catharine L. Embich, Charles 11. lieaaley, Sarah R. Johnston,0. II. Cox, William S. Walker, A. T. Walling, and M. Alex ander You and each of you art- hereby notified that there it, now «n file in the office of the Clerk of the Distric .Court of Lee County, Iowa.at Fort Madison, a petition of John Lynch claiming of you NOBLi A STRONG, March 30,1869-dlm Attorneys for Plaintifl. To H. V. Miller, Edmund A. May, J. J. lialacy, De Alambort Cully: rpilERE is now on file in the office of the Clerk certain I of the District Court of Lee Coast*. Iowa,at interest at 10 per cent perannum Keokuk, the petition of R. M. Bouier, ailegiug that H. V. Miller executed to R. B. Foote his three promissory notes for $1,560 each, and drawing ten per cent, interest, payable annually, aud hia mort gage deed on real esuto to secure aaid notes and interest. Said petition alleges tbat the other defendant* have since become interested in tbe mortgaged premises. Said petition praya for a judgment, an order of sale of the property, the ex 2 10 tinciion of the interest all the defendants in the 2.10 property, the execution of a deed and for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before tbe aecond day of tho June term (1869) of said Court,judgment will be rendered according to the prayer of the itiUon. RANKIN, MILLKK A ENSTER, May 6,1869-dlm Plaintiff's Att'ys. Elliot's Debates, E Debates in the several State Conventions on the adoption of the Federal Constitution rooemmended by tho General Convention at Phila delphia in 1787, together with the Journal of the Federal Convention, Luther Martin's Letter, Yates' Minutes, Congressional Opinions, Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of '98-99,and other il fuatrations of the Constitution in five volumes— ior aale at OGDKN, BKOWN KLL A CO.'S feb26d Cirv BOOK Sroaa, Slonsset Hoard a UST received and for aale by OGDEN, BROWNE LL A CO., Apr36d No. 62 Maln-st. To Kohert Reed, J. M. Hiatt, Lsaader HarWne, laaae Veaoradal, Davisson A Denmire, H. R« Aseder, Caroline Reedar, Abraham Hoagiand, Fredriek Badin, William Oleghorn, B. V.Ham ilton, John Lindlefjj Harry waituu, L. B. Malt by, Susan Maltby, William Tlmberman, Jeesph A. Patterson, Aube, Frankle A Block, .C.Trim ble, James B. Naudain, Boak A Egbert: HEKE is now on file in tho office af the Clsrh the District Court of Lea Conoty, Iowa, at Fort Madison, the petition of Samuel boatman, al ledgingthaton the 17th day of Januarr, 1866, Rob't Keod and Hiatt A Harbine exeeuUd te plaintiff their thiee promissory notes for $2,006 each, and cne for $1,000, drawing ten per cent interest, paya ble annually, and executed their mortgage deed to secure th* same on aparoel of land in Lveeountv, Iowa, in which all the other defendants have sub sequently become interested. One of said notes has been paid, and the second and third and interest on the fourth are due and unpaid. Plaintiff asks for a judgment for the amount due and an order for the sale of the property, and the extinguishment of the interest of all the defendants in tnc land so sold. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the second day of the May term (1859) cf said Court judgment will be rendered against you. RANKIN, MILLER A ENRTEB, Jan. 27, I860. Plaintiff's Att'yf* mchlOdlm To George W. Lemon ,~B. 1. Bar bridge aad Oeoar H. Burbridge |1 HERE is now on file i n the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, the petition of Hix, Hale A Co., repre senting that Lemon A Burbridge, vis: George W. Lemon and S. G. Burbridge—executed their two nromissory notes December 4th, 1856,to E. R. A D. W. Ford, and executed as eecuritv for the pa?ment of the same, their mortgage deed on lota one and two in block nine-nine, in the city of Keokuk that said E. R. A D. W. Ford endorsed and deliv ered aaid not«e to plaintiff*, and that they are now th» holders ef said notes and the aaid mortgage, and that Oscar 11. Burbridge has a subsequent mortgage on said property. Said petition asks for ment of a promissory note executed by said Hart a judgment against Lemon A Burbridge ftr $3 060 titled the said Henry Logan to locate one and an order of sale of the property, and for gen eral relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the second day of May term (185t) ef aaid Court judgment will be rendered according to the prayer of the petition. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, March 11,1859. Att'y« for Plaintiffs. mchl5dlm To George W. Lemon, S. G. Burbridge, Oscar li. Burbridge, and the City of Keokuk rMiiEKK is now on file in the office of the Clerk 1 of the District Court of Lte Couaty, Iowa, at Fort Madison, the petition of Rix, Hale A Co., claiming of Je«rge W. Lemon and S. }. Burbridge fifteen thousand dollars on two promiaaory notes, executed by them as Lemon A Burbridge to E. K. Al).W. Ford and by them endorsed to plaintiffs, and asking the foreclosure of a mortgage on lota seven (7), eight ^8 and nine (9), in block ninety three (93), in the City of Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa, given to secure said notes and charging that I Oscar 11. Burbridge by mortgage, and the City of Keokuk by purchase, are interested in aaid proper- "f"' ty. Unless you ap ear an 1 answer said petition ou or before tbe second day of the May term (1869) of aaid Court judgment will be rendered according to the prsyer of said petition, tbe property ordered to be sold, and the intercut of ali the defendants i in tbe came be forovrr rut off. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, Bear eh 12, 18^9. Att'ys for PlaintiSk I mchl6d4w J. k, 2S l,H ^*1* ,k.-,„k U tKK U 00 ,D ,'1" took March 12, of to executed by said Strecj^r and Parker, to secure aaid notes, on lands Lee county, Iowa, in which tbe other defendants are rilllERE is now on file in the de sui t,and to perform such other duties in relation thereto aui may be required of him by the Court. GEO. C. DIXON A SON, the Atty'a for Plaintiffs. Keokuk, March 31,1859-dim fpO Jamc lieid, Hugh T. Reid, Samuel I Holme!', Henning A Woodruff, William 8. I McGavic, Frederick Fi Fox, Edward A. Fox, C. I James Fox '1 hum before the 2nd day of of Haid date, answer said petition on or before tbe second and claiming of each and allof you the forclosure ®f the next term of the District Court,of aaid cf said mortgage, the same being upon N-K. of N -E i o S -W I o s e c. 2 6 Tp 6 6 N 5 W Lee county, Iowa, and for an order of sale of said property to pay tho sum claimed, and for general lelicf, tbe said mortgage having been duly aa sigi.ed to said John Lynch. Aud that unless vou appear and answer said petition, on or before tbe morning of the aecond day of the next term of the aaid court,to be commenced al Fort Madison in said county on tbe third Monday of May, A. D. 1859, Judgment w i be rendered againat you as in the said petition prayod. County, at againat you. as 5 Keokuk, judgment w i be rendered RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, mb28 dim Pltff'a Atty's. To Rufua Wilxey, Elisabeth Wilsey, John Wilsey, Partridge, Penohote A Warren, Lorenso D. o w n, W i i a o w n James a o d, A Grinnan, Cornelia Grinnan YOUre and each of you are hereby notified that the is now on file in the YOU YOU term Lee County, Iowa, at o a i s o n e e i i o n o E A W A Y o e claiming of J. K. htreeper and G. B. Parker, Hie aum of fifteen thousand dollars on four promisaOrr notes executed by them J. E Bruce and J. S. Thompson, and by tHem endorsed to J. B. Wabb,^ and by him endoraed and delivered to plaintiffs ». Also, claiuiiug tbe foreclosure of a mortga intercted. Unless you appear and answer aaid petition or before the second Jay of the May term (1859) of aaid oourt, judgment will he rendered againat you. RANKIN. MILLER A ENSTBH, March 12, 1869 Plaintiffs' Att'ys, n chl7d4w To Hufus WiLey,Wi lliam liraham.Robert French, John Fcrrel andS. S. i i n s at on the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lec County,Iowa, at Fort Madison, the petition of J. Haines, claiming againat you a judgment of the Court, foreclosing a mortgage on certain res) estate in Lee County, lowti, given by ltufus Wilsty and W illiam Graham to Robert French, to secure certain notes on two, four and six year». Said petition asks for a jndg ment in favor of plaintiff, who ia now the bolder ef notea and mortgage, an order for the sale cf tbe property, and an extinguishment of tbe inter- est of all tbe defendants in the premises, and for general relief. Unless you appearand answer said petition on or the May Term, 1869, of aaid Court,judgment will be rendsred against you. RANKIN, MILLER A EN ST KB, mb28-dlm l'ltff's TZ W. W. 4r R. H." Stone rpHERE is now on file in tbe Atty's. Office of the Clerk 1. of the Diatrict Court of Lee County, Icwa, at Keokuk, the petition of Reed A Co., claiming of you seven hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty four cents, and ten per cant, interest hereafter on two promiaaory notea executed by you to them. Said petition also praya an attachment on tbe ground of your non-residenee. Unless you appear office of the Clerk of the Diatrict Court of Lee County,Iowa, at Ft.Mad ison a petition of James C. Lyon claiming of you the aaid Rufus Wilsey ths sum of twelvehundrcd dollars, and interes from Oct. 27th, 1858, at 10 per cent, per annum upon a promissory note exe cuted by you to the said J. C. Lyon for one thou sand dollars of date Octobcr 27th, 1866, bearing A l«o against all of you tbe foreclosure of a mortgage upon a part of lots one and two, block one hundred and twenty-two, being real estate in city of Keo kuk in aaid county and state, executed by said Rufus Wilaey and Kliaabeth Wilaey, to secure the payment of the said note and iptereat, and that unleas you appear and answer thereto on or before the morning of the 2d day of next term of aaid Court, to be bolden at Ft. MadLton on the 3d Monday in May, A. D. 1859, judgment will be rendered againat yon by default. NOBLE A STRONtt, March 22, 1869-dlm Att 'ys for Plaintiff. rjio AUGUSTUS WT^OLE Sir—ou are here 1 by notified that there is on file in tho Clerk'a Office of tbe Diatrict Court of Lee County, Iowa,at Keokuk, a petition of W. A J. Ch asc, partners, claiming of you $146.80 with intsreat therein ap cified,and founded upon your thrto promissory n4es specified in the petition, whereof tney are holders said petition praying for an attachment against your property on the ground that you are a non resident of Iowa. And unless you appear and answer aaid petition on or the before tbe aecond day of aaid Court at their term of September, 1859, judg ment will be rendered against you by default for She amount claimed and oosta. CURTIS, GILLMORE A CURTIS, May 6,1869 dlin 'or Petitioners. o n i o n s e S BARRELS for aale by mch34d KELLOGG A BIRGB. LeffSl ltottco. 3b Phineae C. Wriabt, Wtathrop DeWolf, Sam Rtobb, Samuel Wolff, J. Brentsgardner and An Ms wife, T.J. Flrtb, A. Hine, JohnR. All Ata MeDBsial, Jesse Rodfifek, Kosena M. Wright, Ansel Phillips aad Elisabeth his w' Richard C. Weiriek and Mary K, bia wife, D. Walsworth andJonea A Wheeler: are hereby notified that a petition in Oha eery is on file, in the Clerk 'a Office of the trict Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madlso in behalf of Jamea E.Bruce, George M. Barter* J. Lafayette Curtis, against yen, claiming te fo close two Mortgages, severally dated on the 1ft of October, 1866, and on the 18th November, 186 conveying te ptahitills 37} acres of land In the W. of the N. It- i of Section 14, Townahip 66 Range 6, aitueted in Lee County, sfereaatd, a conditioned to pay to plaintiffs 21 promiaaory of $6004Mb, aad also 16 aoteagfarea by dsfendaa Robb, Wright, DeWolf and Wolff for $144 68 aaid Mortgagea being executed by said last o defendants end for the nfo-peyment of said with 16 per cent, interest, as required by aaid gages, petitioners bring salt. And unless you pear before said Court, on or before the day of their term for May, 1859, to eomm the 3rd Monday of May, and answer said petiti a deoree pro oonf ease will be rendered agatast y CURTIS, GILLMORS A CURTIfl, mh29--apl6d4w Solc'trs for Piigs. NOTICE. To Henry Logan and N. B. Miller A Co.: are hereby notified that there is on tie the lerk's Offiec of the District Court of County, Iowa, at Ft. Msdison, a petition of Ca« Jones A Peck, partners in trade, sinner of tensions in the granting bounty lande to certain averring and claiming that said a Of law, an asitgnment ,bc of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa'"k Fort Madison, the petition of Henry Von Pbul and Theodore S. McGill, claiming of yoa tbe revival of a judgment in favor of plaintiff against Am brose Rucktr, rendered at the April term, 1951, of the District Court of said county, for the pours sion of the north-west quarter of aection ten (10), in townahip aixty-six(66) north of range five (6) weat in Leeoounty, Iowa,and five cents damagca^mo alleging that Garry Lcwas holds, undir or through aaid Rucker,and possession subsequent to the date of said judgment. Tbe prayer i» under oat verified claiming of you Henry Logan the assignment them of Duplicate I*nd Warrant numnar (the original having been of 5th day of January, 1st July, 1857, given by tbe ty-two, of the City of dition: to be void on tbe sory notea all of aaid Samuel at for vival of said judgment and a writ of restitution. I ii lew a you appear and answer *»ud a re petition before the second day of the May term (1859) of aaid court, judgment wi 11 be rendered againct you. A N K I N I K K A E N S E or l*69-d Plaintiffs' Att 'ys. Te K S tree per, Parker, Bruce, 8 To mpson and Edward Boyd rilHEKE u now on file in the offiee of the Clerk 1. of the Ihetrict Court 45,786 cancelled by theOommis Department of the Government of the of the Int United States), which sai Warrant was originally Issued to gan under the Act of Congress of said Bsary Lc March 8d, 1866 officers and Be who have betn engaged in the military and twenty acres of land at any Land Offiee United States, in one body, Ac.: Said service the United States, Ac., which aaid Warrant en ef I petit! petitioner* decree asay Said Lugau, requiring are now the iffiral owners of said Warrant by astrignmen* from N. 11. Miller A Co., the assignees of said Henry I/^gan, or tbe assignees of hi* assigrue, and praying tbat be rendered against the him to execute, in due form said Warrant U petition* era, and exeiuding him and tbe ssid N. A Co. from ail interest therein. Now, therefore, unless you appear and aaid petition, under B. Miller oath, on or Wfore the day of the May term, 1!)59, (to oommence on third Monday of May,) of said Court, judgoaent will be rendered againrt seeohft the you vn canfesto. JURTiS, GILLMOKE A URTifi, March 26, 1^59-d4w Sol's for Petitionera. n o i e To Samuel Dunlap. Tb«mas Dunlan, Edward C. Pyla, Israel Teunis, William Timber roan, L. B. Maltby, O. Cox, arid W. P. Waiker are hereby notified that on or before the A. li69, a pctitiea la Chancery of Amos H. Brown will be in the Clerk's Office of the 4istrict Court County, Iowa, at tbe City of Keafcah, against you the nlaeedca ftle af Lee Claiming foreebaure of a mortgage of d|te said Samast Daalkp on Lots number one, two, three end six in Bjfflia one hundred and forty-two, aad Lota number sev en, eight and ame in Block one hundred and seven Keokah aforesaid, withecn- payment of four promis date let January, 1857, given hy Dunlap and eaeh indorsed by said Thomas Dunlap, coming said plaintiff as follows: One note due following, due and payable to the one yea* frem dais, amount $160 One note due two years from date, amount 760 One nete dae three years from date, amount 760 One note doe four yttrt frem Ali bear.ng via One n«teof date, amount T6ft 10 per eent. interest. And date fch. also the 1,186?, dae 1 year from date, $980. One note of date Feh. 1,1657, due 3 yeah from date, $910. One note of date Feh. 1, 1857, due 3 years from, date, $»40. i ne note of dateTsh. 1,1867, dae 4 years frem date,$770. Several of which notes are past dae and all ef of them remain unpaid and unfeea yon appear in said suit oa or before the second day Marrh 34, 1869 d4w BOfl CIE e will and tesiameut of B. Rush Little, you by default. ONE A of the apaeishj (commencing on tbe fourth Monday of i*5Wjof said Court and file your answer to aaid petition, a decree of foreclosure rpo PATRICK MADDEN Srn—T a are hereby notified that there is on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Keokuk, a petition of Amoa H. Brown elaiarisg a decree of said Court against you for the spm ef .$351.86 and ten per cent, per annum interest on from October 14, 1&58, said Hrown given, of date)cUber 14, 1666, oa the front ends byftfty feet deep of lou 11 -and 13 In block ls0, in the city of Keekuk, Lee county,Iowa, to secure the pajmeat of tbe purchase moaey of said realty, June. will be rendered against yen hy confession. CURTIS, GiLLMORE A CURTIS, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Icwa, on a mortgage by yen to via: $436, in four equal annual In- «uil: meats, with interest from aaid date at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, peyable annually, (default in payment ef any of said installments or interest to make said whole amount dae a*A payable aaid pctttion charging auch default, and claiming also the foreclosure and aale ef add mortgaged premises aad the extinguishment of ail equity of redemption under said mortgage aad for general relief. Von ere therefore notned that un less you appv-ar and answer to said petition em the second day of the September term (to col on the first Monduy of September, 1859,) of Court, a decree will be taken againat you pro conftsto. CURTIS, GILLMOKE A CURTIS, Solicitors for Petitioner. March 34, 1869-d4w To Jacob Bunhey, Kxecutor, Ac., of deceased, and Anna M. Little: YOU B. Rush Little, and each of you are hereby notified there i* now on file in tbe offiee of tho Clerk of the District Court of Lee Connty, Iowa, at Fort Madison, a petition of John L. Carson, claiming of you the said Bushey, as executor of the tbat last deceased, tbe sum of thirteen hundred and fifty dollars, with* interest thereon from March 11th, 1857, at the fate of ten per cent, per annum, aa money dua on aulas and mortgage made by said B. Rush Little la his life time, at date ia»t aforesaid, to said OatVMt* and claiming of each of yeu tbe fureohMKpsag aaid mortgage, the same being for purchase monep and upon lot 10 in block 196, in city of Keokah. Lee county, Iowa and prayiag a sale of said property. And unless you appear and answsrsa|l petjtion on or before the morning of tbe second day of tbe next term of said oourt to commenosat Fort Madison on the third Monday of May, A. 1869, judgment will be rendered against you at prayed for in said petition. NOBLE A STRONG, April 6,1869-dlm Atty's for Pltff'a. 1*0 Rufua Wilsey, Elisabeth Wilsey, Ford, Gofc ham A Ford, Hawkins Taylor, E R.Ford,JaS« Jaok. Joeeph Stroll man, William Michaels, Will* con, Perry A Co., Hood A Abbott, Ficklin A Luoai, Samuel Ricbey, Andrew Brown, E. H. Glenn, Samuel Bonner, S. A J. llainill, J. K. Selmea, John P.. Allen, 2!. Cv.Ia.'., liariisoa, Jamea W.Grimoa, Sumner Stebbens, George R. Todd, Connable A Smyth, Robert ttetty, Moore, Cornelia Grinnan, A. G. Grinnan, James Bradford, PartriJge, Penchott A Warrsn Yon and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in tbe office of tne Clerk of tbe District Court for Lee County, Iowa, at Fort Madison, a petition of Charlea ivins claiming of end against ssch and all of you the foreclosure of a mortgage executed to him by Rnfus Wilsey on tbe front end aixty feet deep of lot No.aix, in block No. four, in the City of Keokuk, F. H. Lee County, Iowa. Alae, claiming of you, tbe said Rufus Wilsey, the aum of forty-four bundled eighty-eight and 34-100 dollars, with interest from December 22d, 1858, upon aix thousand aix hundred fifty-five 30-100 dollars at 10 per cent, per annum, calculated as payable annually, being ppon certain notes se cured by said mortgage and that unless you ap pear and answer thereto on or before the 2d day of tbe next term of aaid District Court, to he bolden at Fort Madison on the 3d Monday in Maf% A. D. 1859, judgment will be rendered againat* NOBLE A STROXG, March 19,1869-dlm Plaintiff'. Att'ys. of Stearns A Marvin's celebrated Safes for sale on good terms by W. II. AUSTIN CO. sale on good terms by ap4dAw •UasaalL Hook*. LARGE stock, all sites, just received hy apr6d OGDEN, BROWNELLAOO.