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Protection agelMt ligMaingi TX jr s o w Copper Tubular LfijHTNiiro MOD, vrrn SPIRAL FLANOESy i TAUNTED AUG. 6. IStt.t E E S O I N U S E Refer to tbe following gentlemen, citiscns of Keokuk, who have the rod IU use: Prof. J. F. 8*0 ford,lr. Burkitt, Henry Newton, B. Carter, D. T Brigbam, D. Jones, S. W. Tucker, H. Tucker, .J. Ricc, J. Lee, A. H. Heaalip, S. Voorhiea, and a number of others. ORDERS left at the offioe will be filled with dis patch. C. C. A. STRIBLEN, Agent, Office cor. 6th and Main, over BillingB: Jiare. May5-dAw3m Direct unporuuvii .. j»i A W A E A N U E Y 8. W. & H, TUCKER, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS, have in store, and are receiving their aupplies fortbe spring trade,direct from tbe makers, which the offer to cash and prompt time-buyers on fa vorable terms. The stock being unusually large, they confidently solicit an examination of tne same. S.W.AH. TUCKER, May 10-dAw Sign of Ked Padlock. for sale by TUCKER, good Pluck of all MiM-.KS' Picks, Shovels, Ac mhclfid P. W. AH. RIF \S Horse A ail*—a ises for sale by mchlftd SCYTHE S. W. A II. TUCKER. TUES' SHOVELS.— A large •took ofAmee' CmL Shovelsforaale low by may 10 B. W. A H. TUCKER. STONES.—Scythe Stones,of different kinds,in quantities to suit. mayl® 8. W. A H^TUCKER. SCYTHITRIFLES.—Variousqualitieaof Fi i« Sd Flouring Annealed Casing Finishing Barrel do do do do do do to eltocfca lapetior irtieli Together with a general aasortm«ni of other nails of the Belmont brand, just received and for sale low by S. W. A U. TUCKER, may8dAw "10KN ,Harden, Grabbing and other 110Kb Spades, Shovels, Mattocks and Piaka Scythes. Snaths, and Grain Cradlew JUST A Cow-bells, Hakes and Corn Planters Ox, Trace and Halter Chain* Cutting Boxes, Hay and Strnw Knivee Hay,Mraw and Manure Fork.ij And a large stock of assorted Hardware and Cut lery n band and for sale low by maySdAw S. W.A 11. TUCKER. /JJ KlNDSTONKS The !VreaGrindaionea,of va VJ rioua sises,for sale bv 8. W, A H. llJCKER, of the Red Padlock,) MaylOdAvr Cor. of Mam A Id Sta. UOI.IHIIH A tifiirrnl &e. 78 Blam-st. HU1IEKTSUN, (•rorera, near U KEOKUK. I I.Ol H. received, a supply of Castle Milla XXX Flour, warranted. ^aprlsd couLIKRS A ROBERTSON^ OK AII li.OI K. CHOICE article fr sale by COLLIERS A ROBERTSON. aprtSd HAMM. ornn LBS. Coantry-cured HUM aad Sides OvvJU 800 No. I Sugar-cured Hams, for sale bj COLLIERS A ROBERTSON. faprlSd ^REr-H Tomatoee, As«urtiil Pie FrulU, Fresh Peaehec, Fresh StrnwU rries, Fresh Pine Apples, Burnett's Flavoring IftWfe, Co*'? Patent Gelatine, Hooper V she* and sbred Isinglut, Baktri CLiiJcolato, Cocoa, Broma, Core Stareh, Hecker's Farina, Walnut Catnup, T»m«to Engltkh and American Pickles, in glas*jart, Taylor A Bro.'« double superfine English Mu» tarJ. F,,r sale by aprl^d COLLIERS A ROBERTSON. JUST Si A» I TKM 11 I a AM":I rtctived, a large aad well asM»t«d lot of TEAS, convicting tf Extra Fine Imperial. Extra Fine Young 11 yion. Extra Fine 0ol ng. We have several grilles of th# above fciads of J|eas, at different prices. These "1 i-ss have been fe.cctcd for wur retail trade we guarantee the gncf to enit. COLLIK1 IF R'BKRIS' N, tiih264 Main street, near Third. h"'H«AiUCLRED 11A jln. 5 COLLIER A ROBERTSON, mb2:1-4 78 Main street. m* K TUE 1. A 1 E 111 Jilt*. ]*|. TAI LON 1 .^PECTPl LLY aolicits the attention of the l.ad 1 er to b» M. W sT« M'K of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. lilt laW'si styles aud iattbiuiiH and various qustil ities, to fuit ill! tasUF, have 1» n selected. Kvuncis, Hlbbouk, FRENCH AND AMETVU AN FLOWERS, Spring and Summer 8hawl« and M&ntillaa, AK"Y HAIR I' IB t, HOiil- h, 1HTH, AWtt O S O N S K K K I N U O O O LaoeMittt, Embroideriee, Collars,Hair Braid, lind KIM* nen«U- Mr,.* w-: i. r- 500 A r„. E O V E Ia luii |Mftl I went will be fund in U^r store, at wholesale aad retail. ____ [aprUdj .V .CIL MAIN-ST. Wew Spring Goods. IWlaw A. informs the Ladies of Keokuk, that she has returned with a She wi llVeH litr'i'lgw ^^l Cablnrt (.lue. LBS. Bone No* 1 and 2, and "Extra.** la store and to arrive. For s*i- by A. J. WILKINSON, K'gu Wb,'wh ir'K of the Gulden Eagle and Moitar, Maia-d. uu a A GOOD HORSE. Inquire of TILLING HAST, LANE A lil EL, apri»d i:KMaia-«t. "wl sc A jAii 9 anoiiTa. I^OR sal. at the CITY MILLS, JT ap4dAw Levee. Mouurt Hoard* JUaT r«oelvt-d and for sale by OGDEN, HO W SRLL A CO., Aprlid No. 62 Maia*etj_ lir'XTRA Faallj JFlour, warranted. N O W K E E n i A A Select Asstriment «f NEW GOODS, ADAPTED TO THE COMING SIASG*, Which be will be happy to exhibit to all who mil. With his facilities for obtaining THE LATEST RTVLES OF GOOB8, And oonstantly receiving Kvery tiling flew la tbe wij ef A S I O N fit reepectfully invites the ^Gentlemen of Keoknk and vieinity, when in want of LIIMMNA AND NICK-*ADK CLOTHIIO, 0TT~TO 6ITK HIM A CALL.*W^ IT, B.—Particular attention paid to CUTTING lor others to make. Bojra* Clotlaea Cati Keokuk, Sept. 1(5, '68-d Mississippi Valley Nursery. VEATEKM UKOWN THUS IOK Till: WtMT! Wexperience ITH several years the Pro- rrletor"oanR now furnish i K E S A N CMRUBBERY, mccli ma ted, and found to suooeed in the West. Many of these Tree* are of extra site, and have produced fine speci mens of fruat the pastsea son. These interested are invited U call and ex amine for themselves. Soythe Rifieiand Sharpeners for sale by may 10 8. W. A 11. TUCKER. O ICKLKS.—A good article ol Sickles for sale by O [mayl®] 8. W. A H. TUCKER. l^OCNCfc, N AlLb, Ordersfor Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum and Cherry Trees, either Mandard Dwarf, Grane Roots or Cuttings Currant, Goos berry. Raspberry and Blackberry bushes, together with Evergreens and Ornamental Shrubbery, wil! receive prompt and faithful attention. Trees delivered in any part of the City free of ehargc. Nurserv Grounds in the Western part el tbe City, on Dea Moines Avenue. G. O.HILTON, (Late Hubbeil A Hilton.) Keoknk, Sept. 6, 1858-dAw The Knickerbocker Magazine. fllUE KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE begins 1 in iu May number two M-riais one illustrated and in popular style, on the A JuIterations of Food •—the subject neuraet the health and happiness of «vtr£ tarmly in the land, and now altractin^ £r?al iittention Eun pe the other a fascinating and Jxiwerful story of domestic life, entitled THE ROMANCE OF A POOR YOUNG MAN, by Octave Feuillet, said to be the best novel pro duced in tbe last five years. The first chapter (.pen? brilliantly. Neither Dickens,Thackeray, nor any American novelist, has produced any thing more oharuiiag and interentin) Every one know* that, by the criminal avarice of tnanufacturers and dealers, almost every article of food in common use, liquor* and drugt), are adul terated with hurtful and poisonous substances, and tbe Knickerbocker is the first and ouly publication in the country that b»8 uudertaken-to exjose thor oughly this gigantic wrong which secretly attacks every turn's life. All of its statements are based upon rigid chemical analysis and microscopical a Mminatums made 1\»r this special purpose. 'l'h. adulterations and the manner of deteeting tli« in iare unrivaled, and to probe the evil to the bottom, 'the Knickerbocker will publish, so far as its invt s tigationsextend, tbe names of the manufacturers and dealers guilty of this insidious crime against health and life, it is the most important series of articles ever begun in an American Magatine, and should go into every family. Tho Mny Knickerbocker kas also the conclusion of a splendid article on Dante, by Rev. Dr. Osgood a dashing contribution, Over the Pahri, Dr. J. W. Pulmei JoUygreen's Western 'l ur, by Osmond liffany Humorous Poems by Park Benjamin and Alice Carey and a novel and picturesque contribu tion on Siaui, by a recent missionary to the King dom of tbe White Elephant. The Editor's Table is always a feature of the Kitkerbocker. A full page steel piate engjaving of Jdadanae de Chev reuse, the great rival of Richelieu and Maxarin, opens the number. Terms, $.'i.00 per year, postage pre-paid by tbe Publisher to any /.art of the I Kited States. A Bp ecimen Number of the Way Knickerbocker containing the above, with seven full-page Steel Piate Engravings, worth at least one dollar, will be seut on receipt 0/ 25 cents in poetago-ataups at the uffioe of pnblication. lOHK A. OHAY, May6 Nos. 16 and 1H Jacob-st., N. Y. klOKtk IIHALF KtmiKAKl. ''I^HE FOURTH TERM of theMKeokak Female I Seminary" will open on MONDAY, A PU1L 18th,in the basement of the Chatham Square Chuieh, corner of Seventh and Morgan rtreets, where tt m- iorary aceoiuiuodations, except for the Primary partment, have been secured ivrooBie oool,dry and easy of access. The Board of Trustees of this Seminary,elected from various rtli. ious dent unnations and repre senting a large part ol the Christian community, desire? by the united and co-operative efforts of the friends of education to establish gradually such an institution as our city requires. The Principal of the Iaatitution is Rev. C. A. WILLIAMS, to whom, OT to the Secretary of the Board, applications for tbe admission of papila may be made. In the Primary Department, young mifscs from •lx to ten years of age may be received, under the carc of Miss Urmston, its present teacher, who re ceives all the Incomes of that department. The charges for tuition will be $6 and $8 In the ordiuary English studies, with a small additional sum for Incidental expeate*. For Latin, French, German, Ac., extra charges wi 11 be made. It is desirable that persons designing to become pupils be present punctually on the first of the ewaum. WM. IHOMPSO^f, President ef the Board of Trttmes. HBKRT STKOJSO. Sec'v. Keokuk, Apr. 1&. l8W-d •'To all the World and ilia real ci manklad." SJfOW A SSUIITHI believe themselves pre pared to demonstrate, by any required teit, that the SOAP made by them will do more wash- Knd ,ia* m(,re *ne wi u sill at Vt.ry igw r.ces. il^r st^re is on the other "FAMILY manufiitured in the ionth side of Main street, between 2nd and .'id. apr 13 d. KSOAP" e,ier"» •w IB MERCHANT TAILOR, Has Kemoved NO. 7« MAIN-ST., BET. SECOND A THIRD. Having just returned from the East, WHOLESALE cleansing rower than any West, and only ask tho-e who have not used it to give it a trial. Their SOAP is made from the CLBARBST MATB RUL P0««IBL«, namely, pure beef tallow and soda, and entirely rum rao« WHITIMO, CI.AY, and other cheep substances with whieh most "FAMILY SOAPS" are tilled. These substances increase the weight and hardness of SOAP, but detract largely irotu it* Cleansing qualities. SNOW A SMITH, not needing to make their SoAl' yellow to conceal dirt contained in it, leave it in its white, pure state They will sell it by the box, for cash, at 6 oento per pound. TOO boxeaon hand. Factory at 804 MAfN-STREET, mayfadAwSro Keokuk, Iowa. HIIUN BOUKK. P&ALM8 and Hvmns Church PsalmUt, Chwch rsaluht with Supplement, Christian Hymns, all styles of bindings also, Bibles, Testaments, Catechisms, Class Books, Ac., fr»r sale by Wv^KBIOOTT. SIGH OF THE SOLDER Eagle and in or tar, NO. 96 MAIN-ST., ANDREW I WILKINSON, Wholesale and Retail 0rr«ai A rxru, STOCK OJP IN HI KEGS PRUNES, nftoo. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, WINDOW GLASS, CUS8W1SE, BRISUK, tC., April 26-dieAwly KEOKUK, IOWA. Brogi, Mediciaes, PERFUMERY, PAINTS,OILS,GLASS.*C., To tbe trade, and at retail, at very low prioes for Cash. Wholesale Agent for Southern Iowa and North rn Missouri tbe following goods: Great Western Coal Oil Co.'s Kerosene Oil Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Pi 11a and Ague Care Jsyne's Family Medicine* Queru'sCod Liver Oil Jelly. ]an21d NEW BOOKS. Nsw Werk by Rev. J. If. lngraliaBil rpHE PILLAR OF FIRE,OR ISRAEL IN BONDASB. 1 By he author of "Tbe Prince of tbe House of David," being an account of the wonderful so«nes in the life of tbe son of Pharaoh's daughter, (Mo ses,) from his youth to the ascent of hinai e»m- I'baraoh, irising, aa by an eye witness, bis miracles before ths Passage of tbe Red Sea, and tbe re ception of the Law on Mount Sinai containing an elatiorate and richly colored description of the architecture of the Egyptians, their manners and customs in peace and war, in the temple, the fami ly, the mart, and at the tomb and also of the Is raelites, while in tbe land of bondage together with picturesque sketches of the Hebrews under their task-in asters, of scenes, processions, and spectacles upon and beside tbe Nile, and legends of tbe Obi lisks, Sphinxes, and Pyramids, and of their founders before the Flood delineations of beauti ful women, of Miriam, Atuensc, Luxora and Osiria, and of w jnderf ul men, of Aaron, the 'Prince of Ua (Job,) and Remesea (Moses) narrated in a serieeef Letters from a Syrian Prince traveling in Egypt, to his royal mother, Queen of Tyre. The volume abounds in characteristic passages of highly wrought beauty,in dramatic incident,and inornate descriptions of female loveliness. For sale by OGDEN, BROWNELL A CO., naylDd 52 Main-st. Improvement the order ol the Day. the manufacture of Hoots and Shoes there is room for grwat improvement. l"p to this time most, if not all custom ghoi* have made their work by guess,or what is little better,the cutter must go by tha rye AHA aidfd by experience, and without any! unvurysng criterion. Thousand* of dollars are wasted annnally by this "guess rule," and custom ers, all the pay masters, having what ia spoiled as weil as what is worn, to pay for. It is time people were looking to their interesta in this particular. MtilP• Cutting Scales are a perfa&t ganr antee against logs from this source, and I am de termined my customers shall have the benefit of my ad vantage in their use, for proof of which I in vite an examination of my stock in comparison of thaf of others. The saving inatock shall be made up in quality. Besides tbe superior ad vantages in getting up cus tom work, my s'oek of Eastern Uoods is superior, ha'tig always on band tL.- cheapest as well as the best varietiM. S. A. DUKE, inayMd 68 Main-st. Saif. Salt. BlJL,s "KANAWHA," in good ord«r,jaat OU\J receiving auui sale Ion by KELLOGG A BIRGE, May 13-d 88 Main-st. jy BXS. CASTILE SOAP, CASKS OLIVE OIL, BXS CLARET, Jjg FRAILS DATES, BBLS. SOFT SHELL ALMONDS, BBLS. FILBERTS, BBLS. ENGLISH WALNUTS, 3 BBLS. PECANS, 2 BBLS. BRAZIL NUTS, CASKS ZAJNTE CURRANTS, CASK BATH BRICK, CASK SAL. SODA, CASK INDIGO, CASE NUTMEGS. We arc just receiving the above invoice of goods direct from imptyrters iu New York, and offer them for salo uvea LOW Bit than the regular grocery trad*. KEhLOGG A BiRGE, May 13-d No. H8 Main-st. llilDS. SUGAR, BULS. Plantation audi S. H. MOLASSBS, IQQBAOS COFFEE, BAGS PEPPER, JQQ BBLS. FLOUR, SACKS FLOUB, •j?g B03LES SOAP, Siow on hand and raoetvtng, aad #w t?a!e lew by KELU»GG A BIRGE, Mavl^d No. 88 Main-st. Coal, jfitj lltOM THR NEW YORK AND rAHflU INGTON COAL MINES, Wall HOLESALE and retail. Acknowledged by to be the best Iowa Coal. Price 14 cents, delivered. Otftce on Third-street, second door from State Bank. lochl ftd R. T. PL ATT. Jack. U own inf. MYJackItlMjor Thirty Year* Out of the Senate, by M^or Downing. 'This book will soften the countenance of the sourest old hunker—make a vinegar-v 1 taged ancient maiden Smile—drive away the biaesfrom a hypocboadriao—.and cause even a defeated candidate ier Congress to laugh on the right side of bis mouth. For sal* OG4*M2i, ££bOWN ELL A CO.'S O11* BOOK STOBK, ItfaySOd No. 62Main-ii, So"TI€ i:. PERSONS having claims agxinst the estate of James Tasker, aeceast-d, are hereby notified to present the same to me, daly authenticated, with* in the time required by law. J. W. OGDlfiK, Executor, To L. W. Bnell and William E.Buell: rpiIERE is now on file in the offioe of the Clerk of the Distriot Court of Lee Connty, Iowa, at Keokuk, the petition of Miller, Maynew A Co., claiming of L. W. Buell a judgment of three hun dred dollarton a promiaaory note executed by him to Jamea E. Brnoe and by him endorsed to plaiD tiffs also, the foreclosure of a mortgage on certain real estate In Keokuk, Lee county, given to secure the payment of said note. Said petition represents that William E. Buell has an intereet in said property, and prays for a judgment and the fore closure of the mortgage, an order of sale, an ex tinction of the intereet of both the defendants in the premises,and for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the ?econd day of the June term (1868) of laid Court, judgment will be rendered against yon. feiendants RANKIN, MILLER A KNSTER, May 14,1859-d Plaintiffs' Att'ya. To Guy Wells, Hugh )V. Sample,Samuel R. Curtis, Frank G. Q. 1 instcd, Edwaid Kilbourne, E. R. Ford, I). W. Ford, James llolsey, A. L. Deming, John W.Cleghorn, E. II. Harrison, Elihu Gunn, David B. Gunn,Oscar F. Davis Noah Greeley ^IlIBRKis now on file in the offioe of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee Coantv, Iowa, at Keo kuk the petition of Hannah M. Taggert, Execu trix of the estate of Robert Taggrat. deceased, and Emma T. Taggert and Alice G. Tapgart, minor children, by Hannah M. Taggart their guardian, claiming of Guy Wells a deed to tbe undivided one fifth of certain lands in Lee county, Iowa, and the specific performance of a contract with Robert Tag gart of December 18th, I860. Said petition prays for a decree, a partition of the lands described In the petition,and for generaJ relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the second day of the June term (1859) of laid Court judgment will be rendered against you. RANKLN,MILLER A*ENS1ER, May 14, 18&'-dlm Plaintiffs' Att'j*. lo TLID A DI Y KB VTOl" are hereby notified that there is now on file A in the office of theCicrk of the District Court of Ijee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of J. M.Hiattand Margaret Thomas, Executors of the estate of A. P. Thomas, deceased, filed against W. R. S. Duryee to procure a judgment on a uote ^iven by said Duryee to Janus B. Paul, And praying a foreclosure of a mortgage giv«n by said W. li. S. Duryee to secure the payment of said note and also a supplemental petition alleging the death of said W. R. S. Duryee and that you are one of his heirs, and requiring you to answer said petition.— And unless you appearand answer said petition on or before the second day of the next term of said aourt, which commences on the fourth Monday in June next, judgment will be rendered by default and your interest in tbe real estate mortgaged will bo foreclosed. RANKIN, MLLER A ENSTKR, May 16, 18M-d __ Att'ys for Plaintift. To hlijab Carter, Josieph Bleeh, Hannah Zindef, Bruce A Daniels, R. R. Walker and H. Scott llowell: rilllKHE is now on file in tbe offioe of the Clerk 1 of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, the petition of George C. Anderson,claim ing of Elijah Carter the sum of fifteen bunJred dollars on a promissory note executed by him to Bruce A Daniels and R. Walker, and by them indorsed to him also, the foreclosure of a mort gage on real estate in tbe City of Keokuk, given to secure said note and others also asking tbe appli cation of the proceeds on a mortgage held by Joseph lllech and Hannah Zmdei on said j.rojterty, which was executed to Louis Zmdei, also, the cancellation of adeed of trust of H. Scott Howell on said pro (serty also the extinction of the interest of all the defendants in th» premises, and for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the 24 day of the the June term tlHMljof said court a judgment will be rendered according to the prayer of the }etitlon. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, May 16, lS5U-d Plaintiff's Att^jNI. To Samuel liobb, Bruce 4 Daniels, R. R. Walker, Joseph Blech, and Hannah Zindel THERE is now on file in tho Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, the petition of George C. Anderson, claim ing of Samuel Robb tbe turn of fifteen hundred dollars on a promissory note executed by him to Bruce A Daniels and R. R. Walker, and by them endorsed to plaintiff also, a foreclosure of a mort gage on certain property in the city of Keokuk, riven to secure said note and oth- rs held by the defendants to whom they were given. Said |n ti tion represents that Joseph Blech and Hannah Zindel. as executors of the estate of Louis Zin del, have a prior mortgage on that and other property, wherefore plaintiff asks that the proceeds of bis suit be applied on said prior mortgage he also asks for a foreclosure of bis mortgage, a sale of the projerty, th cancwllation of the inUreats of all the defendants, and for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said |*tition on or before the second day of the June Term, lSjtf, of said Court, ajudgufent will be rendered aguiust yau ac cording to the prayer of the petition. RANKIN, MILLER A KNSTER, raaylAd Plaintiff 'a Att'ya* To Miinuel Robb, Bruce A Daniels, h.jft. Walker, Jeseph Blech and Hannah Zindel: FpilHRE is now 011 tile in the Office of the Clerk I of the District Court of Lee County, lowa, at Keokuk, the petition of GeorgeC. Anderson, claim ing of Samuel Robb the sum of fifteen hundred dollars 011 a promissory note executed by him to Bruce A Daniels and R. K. Walker, and by them Indorsed to plaintiff also the foreclosure, of a fnortgage on certain property in tbe city of Keokuk ives to secure said note and others held by the to whom they were given. Said peti ftion represents that Joseph Blech and Hannah Kiudel, as executors of the estate of Louis Zindel, have a prior mortgage on that and other property, wherefore, plaintiff asks that tbe proceeds of his euit be applied on said prior mortgage he also |isks for a foreclosure if his mortgage, a sals of the tiropcrty, tlit cancellation of the inU rests of all the defendants, and for general relief. Unless yon ap pear and answer said petition on or before the 2d ,41ay of tbe June Term, ls59, of said Court, ajudg tuent will be rendered against you according to the prayer of the petition. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, mayl«d Pifls' Att'ys. Legal Notice. To John W. Moore el. al. defendants Yis OU are hereby respectively notified that there now on file in the Clerk's Office of the Dis triet Court, Lee county, lowa.ut Keokuk, a peti (ion of 1'. W. Kilbourne, claiming a decree and Judgment againn John \V. Moore for two hundred •eventy-one and 40-100 dollars, with It) per cent, interest, as a balance of purchase money on lot ten, block eight, in Kilbourne'# addition, to the city )f Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa, and the fore el tsure of a mortgage on said lot, given by said Moore to said Kilbourne praying lor the sale of said lot, the extinguishment of all equity of re demption, and for general reliel,as axainstaM de fendants. Now you are hereby notified to answer said peti tion on the seoond day of the next special term of ••aid Court to be held at Keokuk on the 4th Wedt^s day of June next, 1859, or a decree and Judgment will be had therein against you by default accord ing to law. H. SCOTT HOWELL, may16d Sol, for i'ltliUaner. Legal Rolled. To McMurdy YRobert OU axe hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District ICourt of Lee County, lowa, at Keokuk,a petition of Samuel B. Scolea, claiming of Rufns Wilsey the sum of twenty-seven hundred dollars, and in terest, as money due on a promissory note. Said petition prays for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage executed by said Wilsey to plaintiff to tuieiU«J payuieui of the saiu note and otlicrs da ed June 25, 186ft, which mortgageconvtys theS-W. i of the N-E. of sec. 27, township 66, range west, in Lee Co., lowa *in which said real estate you have, or claim to have some interest. There is also on file in said case an amended petition, alleging a mistake in th» description of above named property in said mortgage, and praying a correction of tbe same. Now, therefore, unless you appear and answer aaid petition on or before the aeoond day of the next term of aaid Distriot Court, commencing at Keokuk on the fourth Monday in June, 1869, judgment and decree will be rendered according to the prayer of said petition, and all your interest in the above deseribed real estate will be extinguished aad your equity of redemption foreclosed. a Yin Lsral Notice. To Imm U Bit—,Charles Pday McCRARY A BRUCE, May 17,18M-d4w Sol's for Petitioner. HAIITt OHU FIBE INSUKANCE VO., OF UARTF0KD. INCONRRIKATBO IB 1810.. Capitsl„,„.„....$600,000|Surplui .$226,613.61 AIL PAID UP. DIBKCTOKA—II. Huntington, Albert Day, James Goodwin,Chas. Bos well, Henry Keney, Calvin Day, Job Allyn, John P. Brace, Cban-J. llnss. TIMO. C. Ai.Lvn,Sec'y. II. HUHTIROTON, Pres't. C. C. LYUAB, Ass'tSec. W. N. BOWKRS, Act'ry. WM. W, BKLKANAP. AzmU S»tak,A|«U »,'*•* Brown,Geo. B. Walker, Jeta lopea* Vaaej Oresl, Mildred Creel and Ell Jak Cfeailjarinor aslrs of Elijah Creel deoeased, llofcMl Aaai, Alexaadar Lockheed, J. L. Miller, Ntokolas flosjaat and John Wylie: YOU aad saen of yon are hereby notified that there is now on Ills in the offioe of the Clerk of thu District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of Edwin Maa*iag claiming of the said James L. Bstss the sua of twelve hundred dollars, as money due on a nromissory note and alio claim ing of all of yon the foreclosure of a mortgage ex ecuted by said James li. Estes on the following real estate, in which the other defendants have er claim to have some interest, to wit: The fractional N-W. I section No. 3®, townsMp No. C6 north, range No. 4 west the norlb-west seetioa No* 26, township No. 66 north, range & west) north-fast seetioa No 26, township No. north,ranae No. 6 west east i of the south-east of seotlon No.jT, township No. 6 north, range No. & west B. i N-B. I seetioa No. 7, township No. 6ft north, raaae i wast soath- i section No. H4, township No. 66 aerth. ntnrr 6 west also, lots N01. 6, 7 and 6 ia block No. 98. ia the city of Keokuk—all of said real estate beiag in the county of Lee and4 State of lowa. Said mortgago bears date June l&tb, 1849, and is duly recorded in the accords of Lee county, lowa, Juae 21st, 1849. Said petition prays judgment against said Estes for the amount due on said aota, aad for a foreclosure of aaid mortgage and a sale of said mortgaged premises, to satisfy the same. Now unless yon appear and answer said petition on or before the seoond day of the special uae term of said District Court, commencing at Keo kuk on the fourth Monday in June, 1869,judgment and decree will be rendered against you according to the prayer of said petition, and the intereft of all thedefendants in said property be forever cut off and extinguished. McCRARY A BRUCE, May 9,1859-d Atty's for Plaintiff. Legal Notice. To John A. McKt-ncy, Geo. B. Wilson, T. I Mo Kenny, Jt. W. Clark, Turpin Daughters,and Mil ton YOlJamison and each of von are heroby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of John Lafon claiming of John A. Mo Kenny aud George B. Wilson the sum of six hun dred and sixty-six 66-100 dollars, with interest on the game from December 13, 1355, until paid, at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, as money due on a promissory note executed to Stannus A Ha mil ton and by them assigned to plaintiff. Said petition also claims of all of you the foreclosure of a mortgage executed by said John A. MeKenny and Geo. B. Wilton to John Stannus and John Hamil ton to secure said note, and by said Stannus and Hamilton assigned to your petitioner. Said mort gage conveys the following real estate, to wit: ibe rear twenty feet of lots 7 and 8 in block thir ty-six in the city of Keoknk, be'ng twenty feet fronting on Fifth street of the rear end of lot sev en and extending the same width across lots seven and eight of said block, being 20 by 100 feet.— Said petition prays judgment against said Jobn A. MeKenny and Geo.B. Wilson for the amount of said note, interest and costs, and claims against all of yon the foreclosure of said mortgage and the sale of said real estate to satisfy the amount due. Now unless you appear and answer said petition on or before the second day of tbe next term of aaid District Court,commencing at Keoknk on the fourth Mondav in June, 18.f9, judgmsnt and decree will be rendered against you in accordance with the prayer of said petition, and said real estate will be sold, and all interest of all defendants cut off and forever barred and extinguished. MoCRARY A BRUCE, Mas ,18W-d A tty's for Pm^ Legal Notice. To Eli Cluts, Elixa J. Cluts, A. H. Brown, Thos. Cross, Henry Clats and Jacob Bushey YOUtbe are hereby notified that there is cow on file in office of tbe Clerk of tbe District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of James Burrows, James Reynolds and Frederick Zugg, claiming of said Eli Cluts the sum of fifteen hundred and five 46-100 dollars with interest.— Said petition alleges that said Burrows, Reynolds and Austf became security for said Eli Cluts and one W.W. Walker, by endorsing two notes made by Cluts A W alker, which notes they a,lege that they have been cemjelled to pay and cancel to their dam age in thesuin aforesaid. Said |n:t!tion alto claims against all of yon the foreclosure of a mortgage executed by said defendants, Eli Cluts and Klixa J.Cluts,to said plaintiffs to secure them against any damage from endorsing said notes as aforesaid^— Said mortgage bears date November li, IS67, is duly recorded, and conveys tbe following real es tate, tc wit Seventy-fiv« feet off of the rear ends of lou» 5 and 6 in block 176 iu Keokuk, Lee coun ty, Iowa. Now unless you appearand answer said petition on or before the second day of the special June term of said District Court, commencing on the fourth Monday in.June. 1H69, judgment and decree will be rendered against you aocording to tbe prayer of said petitiun, aud said real estate will be sold to satisfy said debt, and the interest of all defendants cut off and extinguished. McCRARY A BRUCE, May 9, lS69-d Plaintiffs' Att'ys^ Legal Notice-. To James L. Estee aad Amanda Estes his wife, Ed ward J. W ickersham, A, L. leming, John Antrim, Charles Mason, Love, Bryan, Adams A Co., F.N. Wright, Arthur Walcott, and William LcMghtoB OU are hereby notified that there ia now on file the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of John Olive claiming of the said James L. Estes the sum of one thousand dollars as money due on a promis sory note also claiming against all of you the fore closure of a mortgage exocuted by the said James L. Estes and Amanda Fstcs his wife, dated Octo ber —, 1861, and conveying tbe following real es tate, in which the other defendants have or claim to have some interest, to wit West 4 of south east 4 of section 3, township 65, range 5 tbe east i of south-we*t of section 3, township 66, range 6 south-west of section 10, township 65, range 5 the south-east i of section 16, towoship 6b, range 6 west also lots 7 and 8, block 60, in Keokuk also, half of lot 4 adjoining lot 6, block 29, Keoknk— all in tbe County of Lee and State of Iowa. Now unless you appear and answer said petition on or before tbe morning of the second day of the special term of said District f'ourt, commencing on the 4th Monday in June, 1859, judgment end decree will be rendered against you aocording to the prayer of aaid petition, aud said real estate will be sold to sat isfy said debt, and all the interest of all the defen dants therein will beeut off and forever extingiib ed and barred. McCRARY A BRUCE, May 7,1859-d Att'ys for Plt'fb. Truatee'e Kale. UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that on Satur tbe 12'h day of June next, I will aell at pablicaalein front of the banking bouse of Wm. Thompson A Co in the city of Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa, the following real estate, to wit: tbe easterly half of lot nine (9), block one hundred and six (106) of said oity, 26 feet front on Main-et., and 140 feet deep. Tbe above sale is made by virtue of a Deed of Trust from Thomas Bruoc to for the purpose ^"securing the payment of a promissory note made by James E Bruce to Grinnell A Jenkins for the sum of $2,831.24, and said Deed of Trust provides that tbe property may bi redeemed from tne sale to be made by me by paying tbe above debt and ten per oent. interest, at any time within one year after sale. Tbe sale will be tor eash, and a deed will be made to the purchaser. JOHN W. RANKIN, Trustee. May 9, 1869 To W. W.V K.U.Stone: fTliiERE is now on file in tbe Office of the Clerk 1. of the Distriot Court of Lee County, lewa, at Keokuk, the petition ef Beed A Co., olaiming of pea sevea haadred aad sixty-two dellan aafJUty- |NI»eents, and tea per oent. interest hkafMnir on ttr* pramiaaery aotee eaeeated by yoa to them. Said petition also praya an attachment on the ground of your non*reeiaenee. Unless you appear and answer aaid petition on or before tbe aeoond day of tbe next term of the Distriot Court, of said County, at Keokuk, judgment will be rendered against you. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, mh28 dim Pltff'a Atty'a. rpo AUGU8TUS W. KNODE Sir—You are here by notified that there is on file in tbe Clerk's Office of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of W. A J. Chase, partners, claiming of you $145.80 with intereet therein specified, and founded npon your three promissory notes specified in tbe petition, whereof they are the holders said petition proving for an attachment against yonr property on the ground that you are a non-resident of lowa. And unless you appear and amiwer said petition on or before the seooad day of said Court at their term of September, 1860, judg ment will be rendered against you by default for the amount claimed ana costs. CURTIS. GILLMORK A CURTIS, JjUj 6,igEtt'yi lor fetilto&ari* NOTICE. Y26th e Samuel Dunlap, Thomas Dun lap, Bdward C. Pyle, Israel Tennis, William Timberman, L. B. Maltby, 0. H. Cox, and W. B. Walker: OU are hereby notified that on or before the day of January, A. D. 1869, a petition in Chancery of Amos H. Brown will be placed on file in the Clerk's Office ef the district Court of Lee County, Iowa, at the City of Keokuk, claiming against you the foreclosure of a mortgage of date 1st July, 1857, given by the said Samuel Dunlap on Lots number one, two, three and six in Block one hundred and forty-two, and Lots number sev en, eight and nine in Block one hundred and seven ty-two, of the City of Keokuk aforesaid, with con dition: to be void on the payment of four promis sory notes all of date 1st January, 1857, given said Bamuel Dunlap and each indorsed by said Thomas Dunlap, coming due and payable to the aaid plaintiff as follows: Oae note due one year from date, amount $760 One note due two years from date, amount 760 Oae aote dae three years from date, amount 750 Oae aote dae four yean frem date, aaaount 760 All beariag 10 per oent. interest. And alao the following, via: Oae nete of date Feb. 1, 1857, dae 1 year from date, $980. One note of date Feb. 1,1667, due 2 years from dale, $910. Oae note of d#te Fab. 1,1867, dae 1 years from date, $840. One note of date Feb. 1, 1867, dac 4 years from date, $770. Several of which notes are past dae and all of of them remain unpaid and unless you appear in said auit on or before the seoond day of the special term (commencing on the fourth Monday of June, 1859} of said Court and file your answer t* said petition, a decree of foreclosure will be rendered against you by confession. Vthere CURTIS, GiLLMORB A CUHTI8, Attorneys for Plaintiff. March 24,1860-d4w NOT L. Tnotified O PATRICK MADDEN: Si it—You are hereby that there is on Ae in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, lowa, at Keokuk, a petition of Amos H. Brown claiming a decree of said Court against yea for tbe sum of $361.86 and tea per eeat. per aaaaaa interest there on from October 14,1668, oa a mortgage by yea to said Brown given, of dateOotober 14, ISM, OB the front ends by fifty feet deep of lots It aad IS ia block 180, in the oity of Keoknk, Lee eounty,lowa. to secure the payment of tbe purchase Bean ol said realty, vis: $425, in four equal aaaaaJ in* stallmentf, with interest from kai jdate alike rate of ten per cent, per annum, payable annaaliy, (default in payment of any of said installments or interest to make said whole amount due aad payable) said petition charging such default, aad claiming also the foreclosure and sale of said mortgaged premises aod the extinguishment of all equity of redemption under said mcytgage and for general relief. You are therefore notified that un less you appear and answer lo said petition on the Second day of the September term (U5 commence on the first Monday of September, 1869,) of said Court, a decree will be taken against you thereea pre conjttto. CURTIS, GILLMORB A CURTIS, SoHeitors far Petittaaer. March 24,1860 d4w Legal Reilce. To Aaron H. Gage aad Baanah his wife, John C. Humphrey, George W. Bye aad Joha F. Nye: OU and each of yea are hereby aotified that is now oa ale ia the office of the Clerk of the lhstrict Court ef LeeOousty, Iowa, at Keehak, a petition of Aaaoe B. Brown eiaimipg of voa the foreclosure of aawlfda mortgage eaecated by aaid Gage to aaid Broil*, dated September 1,1816,and recorded in the Baecrder'a offiee of eaid eoanty September 10,1666,at Baobab, eoaditioaed for the payment ef three aeveral promiaaory no tea givea by aaid Gage to aaid Brown, aad payable to said Brown er order la twelve, twenty-four and thiriy six months isapaatlvsly, after Sept. S, 1866, with 10 per cent, per aaaam intereet payable annually: said Brown malmiag from the said Gage as dae and unpaid (as by the tenor of said mortgage and notes) the sum of 9M6.OO with ten per eent. per aaaam interest tbereoa from Sept. S, lb66, and praying that the equity of redemption of said defendants, and all of them, be forever foreeloeed as to the premises in said mortnge described, (vis Lot No. 4 in Block No. 172, in Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa,) and the several interests ef said defendants there in forever hereafter barred. And unless yon ap pear aad answer said petition on or before the see* ond day of the special term of said court, to begin on the foarlh Monday of June, 1869, judgment will be rendered against you thereon pro coijamo. CURTIS, GILLMORK A CURTIS, April 1, 1869-d Sol's for Petitioner. Traaeteo'e kale. PUBLIC NOTICE is htreby given that on the lOtb day of June next 1 will sell at public sale, in front of tbe banking bouse of Wm. Thompson A Co., oornerof Main and Svound streets, Keokuk, Iowa, the following real estate, vis: Lot 10 tn block 18of Leighton's Addition to the cityof Keo kuk, and all of block 6 in Glenford, or wright's addition to the oity of Keokuk which sals wtll be for cash. This sale is made by virtue of a Deed of Truat from James K. Brace and Antoinette his wife to me Usecure the payment of a aote given by James B. Bruee to Pegram, Payntsr A Davis for.the sum of $2,TAT.46, en wbfceh default has been made, aad said Deed of Trust provides that said James B.aad Antoinette Brace shall have the right to redeem within oae year frem the day of a ale by pajiag the amount of said note with 10 per cent, per an num Intereet, or tbe amount of the bid with simi lar intereet if the bid shall be more than the debt. SAM'L F. MILLER, Trustee. MayO, 1850-d To H. V. Miller, Edmuad A. May, J.J. Balsey, De Alambert Cully: pHEKK is now oa lie ia the office of tbe Clerk 1 of the District Court af Lee County, lowa, at Keokuk, tbe petition of R. .Bowler, alleging that H. V. Miller exeonted to R. B. Foote b»e three promissory notes ftr $1,660 each, and drawing tea percent, interest, pa yablc annually, aad hia mort gage deed on certain real estate to secure said antes and interest. Said petition alleges that the Other defendants have since become interested in the mortgaged premises. Said petition prays for a judgment, an order of aalc of the property, the ex tinction of the interest of all the defendants in the property, the execution of a deed and for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before tb? second day of tho June term (1860) of said Court, jadgment will be rendered according to the prayer of the petition. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, May 6,1860-dlm Plaintiff's Att'ys. Trnnec'i Sale. P10th UBLIC NOTICE ia hereby given that on tbe day of June next, nt the door af the Clerk's Offioe in tho city of Keokuk, I shall sell for owh in band to the highest bidder, the following real ea tate in theoounty of Lee and State of lowa, via: lot 9 in block 169 in the city of Keoknlu Said sal is made by virtue of a Deed of Trust from Francis McMannusand his wile to me for tbe purpose of securing the payment of a promissory note made by said Francis McMannus to Jamea Larkin, and the bolder of said note, (which is due and unpaid,) having preduoed tbe same to me, shall make aaid sale accordingly aad shall make to the purchaser a deed to said reul estate. May 9, 1860-d H. R. RBEDER, Trustee. NOTICE. ToT.B. Walker,and to all whom it may concern: NOTICB is hereby given that on the 7th day of June, 1860, we will sell at public auction, at the auotion room of L. Howe, Main-st., between 4th Bua «/iut IU tuo CitJF vi IVOUIkUfti At/WOf VViNWU VUtf boors of Oo'elook a. m. nnd 4o'clock p. m. of laid dajf the following described chattel property, con sisting of Silver Ware, via: Sdos. spoons, large and small aiies 2 dot. forks, large and amaH sites 1 pair butter knivea, 2 jelly spoons, 1 cream ladle, 1 sugar spoon, 1 sugar sifter, 1 pair soup ladles, 1 pie knife, 1 pair salt spoons, 1 mustard spoon, 1 oyster ladle 1 small knife nnd fork. The said property having been transferred to ua by tnesaidT. B. MR alker as collateral security for the payment of his note for one hundred aud ninty fceven dollars, ($107), datod August 10,1867,30 days without pace, due Sept. 9,1857. with 10 per oent. intereet after maturity. Said ante being past due and wholly anpaid, the said property will be sold as aforesaid to pay the same with costs and charges of sale. CHAPIN A LEE, May 10,1869-dim In Liquidation. Taaasrat oil. rilHREE hundred gait. Fish Oil, Bank and Shore, A for sale low by A. J. WILKINSON. Sign of the Golden Bagle and Mortar, myl4 96 Ma in-ft. frr's Fatem 1 FOUNTAIN INKSTAJSD—The best in ase, for C^DBNi BROWNBLL A CO.