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e & a U mumo mir MOBBIKO, (wmwits axcamn,} mw HOWIU ««, TERMS: By the stifit Week, for two w*«ki|..... By tke Month, ........ .....^ 69 By the Quarter, 41 69 By the Year, „.. ..... 0 ft For single subscribers, per year/......69i For Clubs of Five or more, iMh,.. 1 90 jNFPa^Jkble invariably in ad»s*M/J^ year mot BOS.. 1 Bui««i Cards, not exceeding six lines, miide |li, otherwise $10. fuml Notioee $1 99. Obituaries, according to ipaai occupied. Displayed advertisesseats half more than the above rates. Advertisement a toadod mad placed under tke koed of "Special Notices," A—tie tke ordinary retee. Special Notices ia tko Local Column 29 cents fn lleo. Advertisements ordered oa tko inside exclu sively in tke Daily, after tke ftnt two weeks, Wr otat. sore tkaa tke ill tranaiant adw*rti**menti mtf be paid for edeenc*. This rale will sot ke varied from. Wken the advertiser IHI tke Weekly aione, tke prioo will bo the sane a» la the Daily.— Whore tko Daily aad Weekly art both mod, S6 par oont. will ko deducted froa the aggre gate amount. Under the present iyit*a, tko advertiser pays so aaeh for the apace he occupies, the changes being chargeable for tko composition oaiy. This plaa ia now generally adopted Oar charge for changes will ko 15 cente per square. P&- la all SUN where advertisements are discontinued before the expiration of tbe year or the time contracted for, they will kecbarged ap at oar regular rate* for the tiaio actual y ia. WM. N. GROVEH, A o n e y a I v ST LOU 18 .. ..MIS? Pand RACTICES only in the Civil Court* ot Reoord, devote# fail time chiefly to Commercial oaaca. Business from abroad will receive careful attention. Office No. 46 Chesnat atroot. Jan. 1, '69-dAwly ttBAIMmT. W. ILLBI BCTTLBB. «. W.PaMOBB. BAKU Y, BUTLER A PAKSOM, "ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, TEIKITT BPILDINO, 111 BBOADWAY, NEW YORK. Feb 2d A w« en OJohn*on, If tk jl PATABLB II iUOilll IB iDraOl.tft E E I A O I N I A E W I i it mimmh «mr MOBDAY noaxua. TERNS: Dollar a T«»t roa THE DEI IIIOIFIBH VALLEY WHI6 TO 0LUB8 OF FIVE OB MORS* BRMB O FA DV KKTI81 NO, (TWBLVB LlBBS OB LIBI MAKB A SJ0ABB.) OB* Square S dayi do do 1 vteki 4 WMU OneOolumn 1 year .110 09 eo 09 36 oe 60 00 35 Ofi mo*. 12 00 20 oe Ah 00 6 00 45 oe 26 00 20 00 VJI* Tao*rao«. JOAN BBUCB V.a'CtAKT McCrary A BrBea, A O N E Y S A A W |KBOKUK, fOWA. FFlCKon Third Street botwoen Main and over the Slat* Bank. Prompt attention given to eallMttog SlSld sa vouring claim* and conveyancing. Titles realeatate examined and Notarial bua UMBB traoBaotod. [aov^ndAw wamhhutok oallahb. ATTORHKV AT LAW, Montrose. Lee County, Iowa, will gire proapt attention to all buai fBBBs en true tod to his earr. Ia all litigated bo*i 1 ia the Diathct, Sapreme and Federal Courts ihewiju, by arrangement, hare the assistance of iMoaart. Kukia, Miliar A £nst«r. kewkuiu nuyttdAw w. OLA»mrr. «. BMOWMB. W". a. cuMmrt. Claftti, Browse A Cla^ett, ATTORNKV.S AT LAW, TMMOMt/M, ,„..tOWA. Ofteo on stocoad-at., ia tiample'a Bailding. Janbdly c. OIXOK. wn. w wio*. «. 0. €. DIXOK St SON, rA*TORNKYS A.ND CX1 N.KLLOKS AT LAW. orrtca 1* TAMRUT'G BLIUDIXC, MCOBJ-BT., KJEOKUK ..... tUWA. doclid 8. B. Woodward A C*.t mwu »iu.iu ix O O O S A N O I I O II Mala Sir«et| BUCKEYE FOUNDRY, Oinwr of Johnson and Ninth Strut*, «..iOWA, I. 8. VAIL & CO. Jyl4dAw JOSEPH MLECH, Coafeetleaer, TKeokuk -St., bet 8th and Wth ......KEOKUK, MCandies, ANt EACTURKR of all kiadis of Cakes anu Pyramids, Ao. All orders for parties I'iarili be promptly attended to. at tko akortest no ice and in the most approved style. oot&i Keokuk Book-Bindery, AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY. iLANK Booka made and ruled to any required •pattern. Court Recorda,Justieea' Doeket*, As 'Veesore' Book a, Poll Booka, Ac., Ac., furnished at kort notice. Olo Booka, Magasinea,Maaie, Ac.,bound or re aoend in an v stvle desired. fthWij Binderv will be foand in MoCune' lilding. corner or Main And 8eeood-tU. sop 11 '0T»d IBAAC N. PEARCE. "WW. STAN NOB, V V o e i a e e *0.111 Mtin-at KkOKUK, HE andersignod, expeoting to ke absent from about six months, ha* appointed W. 9. Stannus hia agent and attorney to attesid to his business. A good supply of GROCERIES and PRO. triSlORS will be kept oonatantly on hand, aa itheap as ever. WM. 6TAN NUS. |i Feb. 26, 'N-d8m ANK of.Stearns A Maryin's celebrated Baies for As aale on goo4 terms ap44*w H. AUSTIN CO. HATailoringT BMIlJOW A* BOTlkdAwljr ___ A 4 haV UO. 0. AXMMOB iUBilDBI BABOLAT [B8TABLIBEKD IN 184«.] MANKLfQ HOUSE OF 9 K9M9R C.lRDERROn* 09. IBaakiagBeaiaoBB, HAVB this day admitted ai a partaor in ^ho Alexander Barclay,(who has boon my teller for the last aix years). The buai BBBa,kor«afur, will bo conduoted ander the firm aadatyle of GEO. C. ANDERSON K CO. Being one of the oldest Banking Houses (if not tko oldest) in Iowa, the new firm solleita a ooatin oaaoeof furmer patronage ao liboralJy extended to tkeaenior partner. Tkey will make collections and ramit, less Ex change, on the day of payment, free of charge. Their j-eferences are as formerly by senior part* Borgia BBrBRBBCBS: Fark Bank,N. Y. Whulow, Lanier ACo.,Bankera,lf. Y. Kdward W. ('lark A Co.,Philadelphia* Jloward Banking Co., lioston. Clapp, Fuller A Browne, Banker*, Jodl»ts nMarine Bank,Chieago. Jlofftnaii A (ielpcke, Chicago. ^Mechanics'Bank, Pittabargh. ^Farmers' Deposit Bank? Pittsburgh* Kramer A Kahm, Bankers, tiiluiore A lirotbertoo Cincinnati. A. D. Hunt A Co., Louisville. Btaw-havings Institution, 8t. Loui*. Kaokuk,Jan. I, 'M. UKO.C. AMltKiOH jan&d H. K. LOVK §L CO ft BaooaMors to Dcming A Levi BANKERS, KIOKFK .IOWA 11VK parttoular attention to eolloctiona,andr^ vj mitpromptly on the day of payment. REPBKBHCBB: Bank of North America, New Yollk Drexel A Co., Philadelphia. B. W, Clark A Co., Citii»n»' Bank, Baltimore. Bank of Pittsburgh, Pittabargh. Jn'. D.Scully,Cashier, do 6. Brady,Cashier, Wheeling. Branch state Bank of Ohio,Zaaefrillo. Ooasercial Bank,Cincinnati. Btate SaTingi Inatitution 8t.LcNtff« Geo. Smith ACu., Chicago, Northern Bank of Ken tacky, LexingtoB. nov24d V. H. 81LLIVAN A CO. Jan. li», ISi^-dlw 18AO. kprini aat iaaaiii ills. SUPPLI1B UBS KKCK1VED. #.a.BO«CBtHSoB. JAMBB OBWBT MERCHANT TAILORS, Thir^-st. .bpt. Main A Jnhnon KEfKUK. A prl5-dI3 HUTCHINSON' A DEWRY. V K S s a E On Flrat^t., bet. Maia A Johnaea. aUKSES,LUtbGlEsalwaysU and CARRiAGKb] of the best class ready for 1». hire. liorses boarded by the dajr or week, 0t prices to suit the times. Transient customers accommodated. _deeld V. VANOBSDAL^ EDWARD DEANS, A E A N A I O Seoond-st., between Main and Johnson, upastahre, KKOKUK, IOWA. ^VBRY description of Clothj and Cassimeres JCi constantly on band aud out and made up into garment*? in a style unsurpassed in the city. N. B.—Boys' Clothing cut and made in tbe latest and best tttjrles. [dscI9-dly] I»I. W. WESTCOTT., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALBft IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, Paper Wtndew S|iadeo,4cc ALSO,Hau|la|s, Sbset Music Musical last motors for the Piano, Guitar, Acoordeon, Violin, Flute, Fife, Ac., No. U7 Main-tit., Keokuk, Iowa. be highest market price paid for Rags. mchlftd La Plate. rpHE A rs -ntine Confederation and Panuruav— I A being a imrative 0d the exploration of the tributaries of the river La Plata, and adjacent countries, during the years 1863, '&4, 'ti and '66, under the orders of the li. S. Government: By Thos. J. Page. U. S. N., Commander of the expedi tion For sale by ap8d OGDBN, BROWNELL A CO. Souibwoid, NOVEL By Mrs. Lillie DoveretU- This day received at the CITT OltANOES, MAY, i). w. BAUOT. CO., WIM. THOMPSON Sc BANKERS, Corner «ff Hiana BB Receac lta.« KEOKUK JLOWA. Nor. 8, 'iS-d W n. N. NRNKRVKT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AMD Geaeral CellectlBf Agent, FORT DODGE IOWA. RBrBBBBcaa .- Hon. Johe W. Stockdalc, Register of Fort Dodge Land OfLot Hon- Thomas Seargeast, Receiver Fort Dodge Land Office Hon. Wm. H. Merritt,Cedar Rapids, IoWB| Gen. Van Antwerp, Keokuk, Iowa. Hon. J. D. Thompson, Judge 1Mb imittUI trict, llairvston, Iowa. Qeo. B. Rcid, Keokuk, fowa D. 0. Finch, De« Moines, lows. lion.S. A. l^uglaa, Washington, D.C. June ldly VIRGIL H. SULLIVAN & CO.f (sccctdsoftft to J. L. BOBB8 k CO.,) Fourth-etreet, between Main and Johnson, KEOKUK IOWA, IHinPQI O K E N A N E A E K S KHNSWAKE, (iLA^ and CHINA, Kero sent Lampc, ."vtar aud Hanging Lamps, Looking Glasses, lea Tray*, 4c. Ac Having purrhaaed the lajge and well seloetod stock at the old stand of C. K. Griffith A Co., will be pleased to have a call from one and all. Wo intend to keep constantly on hand a complete stock both for a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE. Rovemng our Goods dtred from the manufacta rers, in Kugland, France and America, we will be able to soil at low as any regular houme in the West. -illustrated. BOOK STURB. OGDEN, BROWNELL A CO., apr7d No. &2 Main-st. ci.bt K«. FEW very fine REGULATORS OF TIME, just reoeived fully wurriuited to keep aocurate time, at No. 1 Eates House. mch7 8. 6. BRIDGES. B.STArroBO. 1. M'eOBB STAFFORD A WHOLESALEGROCERSUlcClUE, A E E U E To New York, Beaten, Pkllataiphia aad BattlMre! rT*ST-CLA»* FABK FKOM KtOKinC To New York To Boston To Philadelphia^., To Baltimore To Dayton To Cincinnati....... To Indianapolif... »I«M« HISMMMO* Through Tickets TO ALL POINTS in the Union and Canada* eaB ka procured at the RAILROAD TICKET OFFICB, Main Street, between Firtt and Second, OPPOSITE THE BILLINGS BOCtl, K E O K U K I O W A W O A I Y K A I N I I to take effect 00 Thursday, May 5th, 1850. FROM and after the above date and antil fur ther notice, Two Passenger Trains will leave #a«ket Depot, Keokuk as follows riasr TEA IB. Leaves Keokuk daily (Snndaye eioeptod) at 8:tO clock a, m. BEODWD TBAtB Leave* Keokuk daily at 0:SO o'cloek p. S. riBBT TKA1B Loavee Montraee daily (aundaja exeeptod) 9:4$ o'clock a. m. BBCoHI) TKAIM Iieaves Montrose daily at ll:OD o'clock p. m. Forming, in connection with the Keokak, Bur lington and KiK-k Packets, a DAILY LINE tb Burlington, Agency City and Chicago. Pasrengeri for theJPacket" will take the 9.30 B» B. train. TPMPL1N, PLUMMER A CO., LessMS. B. W. DAVIS, Superintendent. J. R. TBWKBBCBT,Ticket Agont, Maln-st. May 4, 'M-dAw KeeKBk,F|. DeinolBea*illBBeeeta A I O A A E O E I I I ONE DAILY TRAIN. fT& *nd after this date and anti 1 further voUBt, ONE Passenger Train will run oaek way daily, (Sundays excepted,) a* foUowa Leaving Keokuk &t 9:10 A. •. Leaving Bentonsport at 2:30 p. & Connecting at the latter place, as %tTStnfr»re, with the coaches of the Western Mage Co., for all noint« in Middle, W«ai«rn and Southern Iowa, Nebraska, Kan*as, Ac. TilROrGil TICKETS to St. Louis, Loaiaville, Cincinnati, and the East, may be had at the OAoe In Benton »port. faa^Kare K« low as the lowoet, to all Soathern and Eastem Cities. 8. DWIGHT EATON, Keokuk, N'iv. 6,'58-d4*w 1859. KASM 'UUMESEW." ST. I.Ill IS. S i. P.U iKS V K U e e i v e a e i a s i o n a e and burnishing establishment, a cnotce and excellent supply of Broadcloths, Ca*aim«re«, Veitings, and (ient's FIRM SU ING GOOD*, of all descriptions, and guarantee da^Wedi,Vsdiy,nday"and" fiundaV"en'tjingrand that their work shall be done in the moat ap- proved and «ati8factry manner. They are eon- gBntj« morninga auntly receiving the New York and Philadei- fo Sl. Louir on Xllb phia faahions and respeotfally solicit all who year, auu for regularity, 001111 or and per desire good work and tbe best material to give thorn a call. feet reliability has n be n surpH sed by any or ganization n tbe Western Rivvrs, and hope to merit a continence of the liberal patronage which has keen heretofore bestowud upon them. A e o S E A N WHOLESALE DEALER K E O K U K I O W A U S A Y U N E 2 1 8 5 9 1859. $26.00 28.00 24.00 ..... 24.00 IS.60 13.69 ll.W J.B. TEWKBBURY, Ticket Agent. THOUGH FREIGHT CONTRACTS TO AND FROM ALL KASTERH CIIiKto can be anaie at this offllce* Damages and Over charges eettied promptly. May 5th, 18M RsekBk, nt.PleasantA tnaacatlae RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME! Superintendent. #D~Tieket Office under Hatch A Thompson's Bank, and at Railroad Depot. (MBee in K ilboume's Block. 1859. KTlbLW %'II-K. NORTHERN LINE PACKETS. FI1.HK following swift and 0U|erior Steamers will 1 oompose this line for tbe present season CA.NADA, Capt. Waku. Ai IN N E.v, »T A BELLh,CapU Uiu. DEN A UK, Cap!. (J AT. HENRY CLAY,Capt SrBTrwsoir. l'K.M lil N A W Capt. GHirriTB. MKXR1 l't 1/11 A N Ca)'t. hnooBS. WM. dW I N Capt. GREBNB. NUKTllERN t.H, C»pt. ALTOKD. They will leave Krokuk, fur St. Paul, OB la Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Line has been in succesaful operation for For freight or passage apply to BROWN, ALSliN a CO., Agents, Levee, Keoki&. WARDEN A SHALER, Gen'l Agts., St. Louis. Feb26d E I E I N N I A N E 9 1 a a e n I S a e N a s a WIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. O S O U I S DIRECTORS: J.8.MoCune,S. M. Edgell, C.S.Greely*. I. Wyman, C.H.Peck, B.W.Alexai&ef, JameaSaith, A.D.Pomeroy, D.D. Page. R.S.ELLIOTT,Sec'y. S. M. EDGELL,Pros't. BU AilBA-BAXARIKJUS RIBCS TAEBB. F.B. HOLMES, General Agent, decldly A.BRIDG MAN, Ag't,Keokuk. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Y O O S N O I O N S A e Corner of Fourth and Main streets, KEOKUK ..IOWA HAS AND COMMISSION MERCH ANTS, second door above the corner of Blondeau, Water street, Keokuk, Iowa. nohH-dly Letoona, Fig#, French and German Prunes, M. R. aud Layer Raisins, Currants, Ae. COLLIERS A ROBERTSON. *b3&-4 AB Just reoeived a large aad aplendid stock of latest and most approved styles, purchased direct ly frotn the Importers and Manufacturers, and will be sold on as reasonable terms as they oan ke purchased elsewhere. The attention of City and Coantry Merchants It respectful ly solicited. AprldAw E. tAHI l, l'BALBR 1 N GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, No. 80 Main-st., bet. Id and 4th, KEOKUK IOWA. opened at tha above stand, nest door to H. D. Woodward A Co., a general assortment of goods in his line, and will be pleased to aeeaay aad all his friends who uugr beiu waul uf Urooauesaad Provision a. Jan. 12,1869-d Heap Heed. A BUSHFIJS Hemp and Canary Seed In store J.V and for aaie by A. J. WILKINSON, Sign of Ike Golden Eagle and Mortarw JtechWd 96 Maia-*V Arnold's WrlilngFlull. fpiIK GENUINE ARTICLE for sale i OGDBN, BKOWNBLL najM OKTT BOOK Stoas, em*—* Tor I THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL BAZlsROAD. Tfc# Cfdty *f tku Mood is now Jtyaa/ t» em§ ta the Country. THREE THROUGH A S I E N V e A I N S BETWEEN PITTSBURGH A PHILADELHHTA, Oonueoting direet in the Union Depot at Pittsburgh, with Trough Train# from all Western Cities for Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Baltimore aad Washington City thus furnishing facilities for the transixrtatiun of Paatsengers unsurpassed, for Speed ana Comfort, by any otner route. Express and Fast Lines run through te Philadel phia without change of Cars or Conductors. BmokingCars are attached to each train Wood ruffs Bleeping Cars to Express and Fast 'i'raina. THE KXPRKSS RUNS DAILY, Mail and Fast Liue Sundays excepted. Three Dailv Trains connect direct for New York. Express and i'ast Line connect for Baltimore and Washington. EXPRESS TRAIN—Leaves Pittsburgh at S a. m* arrives at Philadelphia or Baltimore at 6 p. m., New York 10:39 p. m. MAIL TRAIN—Leaves Pittsburgh at 6 a. at., arriving in Philadelphia at 11 p. u New York 4:80 a. m. FAST LINE—Leaves Pittsburgh at I p. n., ar riving in Philadelphia or Baltimore at 849a. m. New York 2:30 p. m, SIX DAILY TRAINS between Philadelphia and New York, Two Daily Trains between New York and Boston. THROUGH TICKETS tall Rail) are good OB either of the above Trains. BOAT TICkECS to Boston are good via Ner wich,Fall River or Stonington Lines. TICKETS EASTWARD may be obtained at a*} of the important Railruad Office in the West I also, on board of any of the regular Line of I Steamers on the Mississippi and Ohi. Rivers, and i TICK KT S WK.-TH ARD at the Offices of the Com pany in Boston, New York, Baltimore or Philadei- I phia. ^Fare Alwayiai Low as by any etlaer BeBte.1l ASK FOR TICKETS BY PITT8BURH. Tht completion of the Wwtern connections of the Pennsylvania Railroad to Chicago, makes this THE DIMECT LINE BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE (.BEAT NOllTH-WLfcT The connecting of track? ty the Railroad Bridge at Pittsburgh, avoiding all drayagt or ferriage of freight, together with the Mvitig of time, are ad vantages readily apprc«ieted by Shippers of Freight, and the Traveling Public. PARTIES SHlPPlSii EASTWARD will find U to their advantage to SHIP hi' THIS ROUTE. For Freight Contracts or Shipping Directions, apply to or address either of the following A cents of the Company D, A. STEW ART, Pittsburgh Doyle A Co., Steubenville, 0. II. S. Pierce A Co., Zaneeville,O. J. J. Johnson, Ripley, R. Mo Neely, Maysville, Ky, Ormsby A Crepper, Ports mouth, O.j Paddoek A Co.. Jefferaonvilie, Ind. H. W. Brown A Co.,Cincinnati,0. Ati.ern A liibbert, Cincinnati, O. R.C. Mt ldruin, Madison, Indiana: Wm. Bingham, LouisviUe, Ky., P. G. O'Riley A Oo., Evansville, Ind N. W. Graham A Co., Cairo, 111. R. F. Sass, St. Louis, Mo. John H. liartis, Nest,villa, Tenn. Harris A Hunt,Memphis. Tennw Clarke A Co., Chicago, 111. W. Ji. U. Koonts, Alton, 111. Murphy A Walle, Dubuque, Iowaj or to Freight Agents of Railroads at different points in the Weu. The (ireateet racilitlea offered ffer ike Proiectiea aad Speedy Traai* portailon ot LI%rE ATOCH, and GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS, with usual privileges,for persons traveling in charge thereof. FREIGHTS WESTWARD. By this route Freights of all descriptions oan be forwarded from Philadelphia, New Yuri, Boa ton or Baltimore, to any puiut on the Railroads of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa or Missoftri,BY RAILROAD DIRBCT. The Pennsylvania Railroad aleo Connects at Pittsburgh with Steamers, by which Goods can be forwarded to any point on th'1 Ohio, Muskingum, Kentucky, lennctsee, Cumberland, Illinois, Mis sissippi, YViaoonsin, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, and Red Rivers and at Cleveland, Sanduaky aad Chicago with Steamers to all Ports on the North* Western I^akes. Merchant? and Shippers entreating the trans portation of their Frcigtit to litis Company, oaa rely with confidence on its speedy transit. THE RAibo OF FREIGHT to any point in the West by th e Pennsylvania Railroad are at alt ttmea at favorable at are charged by other Railroad Com}aniti. jm* B. particular to mark packages«TLA Pawfk R.R."-tHa| Merchants in the West ordering goods from the Ea«t, will do well to direct them to be ahipped ky thix Route. Parties attending to their own Shipments from the East will titK1 it to their interest tu call on the Agent" of thu Company at tbe following places, before shipping or letters addressed to either of them on the subject of freights, will meet with prompt attention J£. J. SNBBDBK, Philadelphia. Jd ATBA w A KOOHS, ^0 Nurth-st., Baltimore. LBKCB A CO., NO. Jan. S,a &tf-d Weekly Literaries, Monthly Msgatins*, and New Publications generally. Also, a large assortment of Stationery. •mayrtd WM. WILSON. 09IKIBIS NOTICE. HE OMNIBUS will oall for passengers—rain shine, day or night—in any part of the city. All orders left with J. R. Tewksbury, at the Rail- road and steamboat Office, opposite the BiUings House, will receive prompt attention. Leave your orders and procure a ticket, aud you oan rest as .....j ,1... :n i msma kMBi, Jtsi* ntii vauut AW A« AMbg gage free. Ticket* 19 cents. P. S.—Having tbe largest aprlng wagon in the oity, I am also prepared to move Pianos and Fur niture on the shortest notice. foblldflm W. S. IVINS.__ A N E W O E N I N rpHB subscriber hasjust opened at'AiniliY JL UROt'RKY, en ronrtla-oi., ket. mala and Slendean, in renr of Ilamill A Ralston's, where be will be found with a good sup ply of CHOICE GROCERIES such as the wants of every one demand. Goods delivered to any part of the oity free. TERM& CASH. SIGN OF THE Christmas and New Year Qifte AT 2 Astor House, or No. 1 S. V* m. St., N. Y. LKECB 4- Co,, No. 54 Kilby street, Boston. H. H. HOUSTON ,Gen. Freight Ag't,Philadelphia. L. L. HOUPT, Gen'l Ticket Agent, Philadelphia. THOS. A. SCOTT, General Sup't, A1 toon a, renn. Literary Depot. WM. WILSON, (fCCCBSSOK TO M'MIIJUBN A W.,) Johnson St., Near tbe Peat Office* HAVING purchased the well known Literary Depot of McMiTac A Co., tie undersigned will continue thebuHinees in all it» departments. I am in eonstant receipt of all Uie Daily Newspapers, J. R. COPE LIN, Agent- Keokak, March », 'M-dtf o n a n n y s PATENT ADJUSTABLE Reaper and Mower! POSSESSING GREATER DURABILITY, raarBcrioB or OOMRIMATIUH^ FacUity of Changing from krutptt to Mover, AND basb or DKArT, Than say other Mackine now in uae. For sale ky WlCltilWHAM, Ageat, May6d2« & MftiaiBltTllle, Leo Oo., Iowa. RO. Iv XlTEl HOUSE. New deeds Jnat Mecelved, aua« Id ere Oeakag I Seleeied txprettly for the Hollidayi, eon slstlng of riNE WATCHES 8ILYER.WABR ABD AKD E W E S Y A N Y O O O S leek a aad Plated Ware, U E Y A N S E A E 8 #^Which willbo sold low for Cash. Watches, Jewelry and Clocks Repaired, and War ranted, at Ne. 1 Eatea Henia, Cer. mala ft«tkt Nov30d SAM'L G. BRIDGES. i E A O HAVING lately added largely to oar facilities for .MARwrACTORiNO ABO RKPAIBIBO Jewelry, We are now nrepared to do all kinds of work per taining to that business in the most approved style. field Klaffa of anysiseor quality u-aJe to oaler. Particular attention paid to the repairing of Watches, by FIEBT CLASS WOBKBBB. All work warranted to give satisfaction. Gold aad SI Iver Spertarlrk to suit all •yes that can be suited. Glasses mntrhedanJ set 1B frames. Cash paid for old Silver and California Gold. novVdAw PA KM I.Lb, 4 UHo. it LIVIN ti A E. J_JAVING largely increased its eircalatiou the arge past year, the publishers are enabled to ap pend the new and attractive feature of a »«rie» of SCIENTIFIC & LITERARY PORTRAITS, Engraved on steel, each of which will be aeoompa nied by a BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR, Thns fur niching to it»« reaierst not only the cTcant of the best Periodical Llterafurs* of the world,but alao a complete ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHICAL DIC TIONARY, Commencing with the Portraits of DeQuincy, fol lowed by Hugh Mtll«r W. H. Presoott, Professor Wilson, Chas. Lamb, Oberlm, Humboldt, Ao. "I say without hesitation, that if I cold have but one magazine among ail that are pubiiohed or re published In our country, 1 should *eicct Lit tell's Living Age. It contrives to touch the guld e n e i u e w e e n e e i n s u i u n a n e e n tertainment and a great deal of knowkdgtmay ka gathered up from it such as every one ought to possess."— [Extract fro JI a letter from Rev. Ilanr? Ward Be«cher. TBHHH—Single numbers 18 cents yearly sub scription, $6—prepaid to any address, ^ubsorip tious for a less period, if deeired. Spccial terios to clergy men and clabs. DELISSKR A PROCTER, Publishers, apr4dAwSt 60S Broadway, N. Y. nAiirvs, is the only plaoe i on Necond'ltreet, tbe only plaoe hif you can get good Gain goo Ift a twiat Rifles, and Colt's Revolvers atflftapieoe. itichS9dly Facts in Dentistry. Dr. C. IN F. K K O i Dentist, Desiree call the special attention of those who wish to preserve their Teeth to thefollowiag A I. The akill of the Dentist is seen in his success IB preserving the natural organs. I I e e e a y e e s e v e o u i e I I I e e a e e w i e a y mutt be attended lo in season. IV. Timely and skillful filling with pare gold ts a certain remedy for decay, V. It is a serious neglect to wait for tooth-ache til drive the sufferer to a Dentist. VI. Tartar destroys Teeth and Gums, without the agency of decav- V I I a n y s u e o y e a s w i N e u a i a o the face,stomach and lungs,from BO other cause than b»d Teeth. V I I I a e e i a i u e e o u n e n a n e i n fect the breath, derange the stomach, impair health, distract the nerves, and war with good BA tare. DR. INGERBOLL Performs all operations on the Teeth and Qama, corrects irregularities of the Teeth, inserts A I I I A E E of tbe Best Style and Finish, Pats In Artificial Palates and Obturators for cleft Palates. Believing that the best operations in Deatistry are the safest, and therefore the cheapest and moat satisfactory both to the operator and patient, Dr. 1. dot s not oiler any particular inducements in the line of "CBKAI DBBIHTR*,"preferring the patron cr« fit thnno who vr*fer th* hut Miwulict appreciate tho nccessary oaro and skill .n pro ducing them. An examination of specimens both of Artificial Teeth,mud of very beautiful fillings of Cry$tcl Oold Fotl, is invited. rExamiuation Prices ior full set of 'leeth, from $66 to of tke Teeth without charge. DKMTAL. ROOMS—Corntr of Third aud Main sts., over Rix, llale A Co.'s Tank, Keokuk, Iowa. Entrance on Third-st. fdecl i o v n rpHE best articles of Fail wheat Flour, as well I as other grades, for sale at tbe aptdAw CUV MILL?, Levee, ntore New (Ueods trow tbe East* THiSdsy A received, a lot uf tine Broadcloths, BiaoM Doeskin*, Faucy CM *Lmures, Rich Vel vets, Ac, ELLIOT F.SMITH, Tailor and Draper, mch34d 75 Main-st., bet. Id and td* LARGE assortment of Garden aad Flower SEEDS for aale by mchlfti COLLIERS ROBERTSON. IJOTAIOES—A choice lot, just ra«atve4,fsr I bv COLLIER* A ROBBRTSON, f'bSS-d 78 Mailt strooi. vsmtm •nis OCTAGON CLOCi, 0. B. AtlBBjt ALL 14^OR HENRY WRA AprSdA w NO, 80. f. Ri. AUSTIN Grocer a aad Proiaeo DeaieRft» HO. lit MAIN-ST^ KEOKUK.. ^IMlieMMimeo»a9,t»sawi»» 10 KngaN. grades of N O ., Crashed, Powdlfld, Dried Beef sale at No. 118 Main-street. mchltdAw W. H. AUSTIN *00. WINDOW H~" for sale by mob14dAw j£l WATCH MAKERS AND JEWELERS. AMD DBALBHS 1* Pine Watekea, Cloeks» Jewelry, SILVER AND PLATED WARE. No. 57i Main-st., between 2d and Id, KEOKUK, IOWA. P. S.— Work of all kindt not giving perfect »of iafactxon, will be promptly adjusted by calling (Mt the subscriber, at No. I Estes House April 6-dAw SAM'L G. BRIDGES. W A. and Clarifie4s for sale ky W. H. AUSTIN A 00. mehUdAw SASH aad FRAMES, all sisee, to* sale LOW by W. H. AUSTIN A 00. mchl4dAw O^riKR'S BITTIRS, Sohiedaa Schnapps, Leslie's Stoaaek Blttsaa, Leslie's 0inger W W.H. AUSTIN A GO. Flour, Flour O1N hand a large supply of tke following Wands of FLOUR Plymouth Rook, Warsaw, 111. Providence Mills, do Union Mills, Watertown, III. Granite Mills, West Point, Iowa* West Point Mills, do do Magnolia Milla, Keokuk, Iowa. Gate City Mills, do Locomotive Milla, Lakarpe, 111. Being Agents for most of the above aiills, are prepared to cell at all times at the Oery low«f market rates, aad offer a good assortment to aeleot from. W. H. AUSTIN A CO., mchl4dAw No. 118 Main-et n a e e i v e __ y-^! Dies lns» AMES' celebrated aUtfAft CURED HAMO mi BACON SHOULDERS, for aale by W. H. AUSTIN A CO. mcbl4dAw PPING PAPtR. "ali sisea ot Rag asil Straw Papera, direct from the milla, fev aale LOW by W. H. AUSTIN A CO.'S. mc hl4Awd 4. A. WU-LSO*. B. OOST1B Wlllson &• Gustln. WHOLESALE DBALEKS IN VIBFILNU lAHl'PACTljtfD HAV., TDBA008, E located at room No. 3 Kates Howe, Mate St neatf 6th. Keokak, Iowa, wheae they offer to the trade a large stook of the best quality and brands of pounds, half pounds, 6,7 and 10 lumB Tobacco cut chewing and smoking do., in tin-foil, papers, bbla. and 4 bbls. Also, a large and general aasojtmcnt of Imported and Domestic Cigars, Aa. All goods warranted as represented. S. POLUX'K. wa. VBRC1LL. Spring and Summer Ooods. a. POLLOCK A CO. Wsplendid E are now receiving and opening a new and stock of Clothing aad Gents' Fur nishing Goods, which we offer to sell very low foff cash. Our goods are selected with great oare aqA with a view to the hard times therefore we offet them at very small profits, keeping in view the ohft motto of quick sales and small profits. All wa ask is that customers will call and examine befoge purchasing elsewhere we charge nothing for shovf* ing goods. Remember the place. East side of 94 at., between Main and Johnson. mchl?d S. POLLOCK *00. t'lae Watch Kepalriaa. rr*HE subscriber being obliged to mail a change 1 in the WAVCB RBPAIBIBO DBPABTMBMV, has cured the services of a competent workman—one who understands hia business thoroughly. Greol aare will be taken with all work entrusted to ajf care, and the work warranted o give satisfaction. The Repairing of Cloekt, Jewelry, 4^r., also tit* manufacturing of goods of evsry description, shall receive my personal attention, and warranted A I O I I K E CHICAGO. for Medald: Polirc, WiM TART AXP FLLULMI-NO Jt.WKiXS: MTTAUC LKTTERS NOTARIAL ANU OTHKR SSALM AND PBSSSE^ SRKJICTL MARMXU PLATFS HINDEEB STAMPS POOR PLATKS BAGUACVE RNN'XM Vnrws or BriLMjras AKI MACIIINERT WED PINO AXD CALLINO CARI8 DEAVI.NO8 roB TUB PATKM OKVHI:. Aiiiiross HfLm A Co., P. O. Bo* 83. The Coleman Farm Mill, TIB WONDER AND ADMIRATION OF THEW6KL0 Every Parmer tola ewa miller! GREAT SAVING OF TIME AND EXPENSE I The only Successful Metalio Mill ever invented for making B0CKWHBAT AMD FAMILY FLOUA. It i an be run by Hor$e, Steam, Wind or Watrr F*n«v, Price, with Sieve arranged, for sifting corn meal for family use, while grinding, $60. Price, with Bolting Machine attached, lor makiag Family Flour, #76. f Descriptive Ci.culars can be had, or tke atlll call be seen in operation, at tke oftioeof tke "GoiemaS Farm Mill Company," Tribune Buildinjpi, No. tipruce-st., N. Y., where all orders will receive prompt de633 attention. A Stpt* I,*k-dy CABUB' MARTIN THATCHER, Secretary. CHARLES RADRIABLER* HAIR DRESSER. LATE of Paul's oelebrated Saloon, No. 41 Court* iaadt-st., New York, woald reepectfaliy tendB .w- zl and vicinitv, and gives notice tkat be has opened an establishment corner of 3d and Johnson sts., opposite tke Gait House, wkere, ky a punctual a|» tentioa to business he hopes to sooure tke patrol* age of this community. SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING, AND Doae wltfe Neataeoe aad Dlopatcl 0. R. has ea kaad a ckoiee stock ef Perfumery, Lubiu's Extraots, Ac., wkioh he offers for saJe al tke lowest New York Prices. HAIR CUTTINO AD SHAVING ROOM.. Main Stttet, S Dcort above th» Billing* Ho«|^ HAIR-CUTTING done aooording to Pkysied| nomy and the principles of tke Coif our. Hair aad Whiskers dyed to perfeoUoa, dtk# brown or black. The Pioprletor calls special attoatioa to Ms state of i^r^itUa^aiid sksllsafs Us yrefattsa.