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f¥fft5cfiou agafiurf lightning tr w s o it's Copper Tubular LIGHTNING BOB, v 'TU SPIRAL FLANGES, (PATENTED AVO. A JSIA E E S O I N U S E Refer to the following gentlemen, citisens of Keokuk, who bar* the rod ID uk Prof. J. F. San furd,lr. Birkitt, llcury Newton. S. Carter, D. T. Brigham. D. Jones,8. W. Tucker, H. Tucker, T.J. Rice J. Lee. A. H. lieu hp, B. Voorhies, and a number of others. fROfc.RS left at the office will be filled with dis- SCVfiit,and t^KAUJi3d iiAlUbi J-i »e do Flooring do Annealed do Casing do Finishing do Barrel do JHST Cocoa, Broma,' Cora SUteh, lleck^'s Farina, Walnut Calaup, Tomato Enpl.-h and American Pickles, in glass jars, Taylor & Bro.'s double superfine Knj li*h Mus tard. For sale by aprl^d "I AS I TI A» I I TCST received, a large and O TEAS consisting of \1 A v Fi' 1 C. C. A. STRIRLEX, Agent, "Office eor. 5th and Main, over Billings' store. May6-dAw3m Direct importation Of & A I A K E I 8. W. IMPORTERS & H. TUCKER, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS, have in store, and are receiving their supplies fortbr spring trade,direct from tbcmakers, which they offer to cash and prompt time-buyers on fa vorable terns. The stock being unusually large, they confidently solicit an examination of tne Mine. S.W. A H. TUCKER, May 10-dAw Sign of Ked Padlock. .Nhns' Picks, Shovels. Ac., for sale Ly __ whclftd t. W. A H. TUCKEH. /"Mil Ft-IN 'S Horse JfcaiiS"—a good etock of all V Hies for «ale by IW.ifl. tuchlSd TUCKER. Shovels for sale low by miTio S. W, A n.TUCKER. ScYTuE SToNEa scythe Monet,of diilerent kinds,in quantities to suit, may! 6 S. W A S. W. A II. TUCKER. RIFLES.—Various qualitiesof bey the Rifles Sharpener# for sale by may 10 8. W. A 11. TUCKER. O 1CKLKS.—A good article ol Sickles for cale by O naylOl S. W. A H. TUCKER. to elineh—a superior article Hgjgetfcer with a general assortm»nt of other nails of the Belmont brand, jut received and for sale lew by 8,1,4 11. TUCKER, tnaySdAw COkN ,Garden, Grubbing and other l!OKb} .^padvs, Shovels, Mat uieks and Picks fcjthes. Snaths, and drain Cradleyj Cow-beli*, Rake* and Corn Planters X,Trace and li ilter Ohaius Cutting lioxes, Hay and Si raw Rnivet} Hay, htraw and Manure Forksy And a large stock of assorted antiwar* fluL l*ty n hand and for snie low by _tuav*.|.%w 8. W. A II. TUCKFR, £"2 t'i-M'SfONES —i'ho I'.ereaOnndstcint* ,of va riou» sites,for sale bv £. W.A H.TilCKFR, (Slgu of the Red Padlock,) _Muy1MAw C-r of Main A Id St#. rV^HS best articles of Fall wheat Flour, as well I ac other grades, for sale at the _ap4iAw CITY MILLS Levee. Ontale K ,,f M,arn« A Marvin* Cu*L* atedfcal e#tor on good terms b^ a|4iA«r B. AU8TTM 00. A l(OHKUTOn, (•curml (irocrri, No. f$ Mase-st.. n as 3d KKOKFfC. QV'INtri' IMM K. receive), a nuppiy of asUe MiLU XX^ Flour, Wkitauttd. aprlSd olLIERS A ROBERTSON, fiit ui a n i i oV k. A CHOICE article ».le by A COLLIBH8 A ROBERTSON. apr!«,1 A* A TI K. Owrn try-cared vm. too 8500 faprlfid No. 1 Sugar-cured llama, fur «*l« OOLCIIBRS A ROBERTSON. ^RK^ll Tomatoes,, As^ortol Pic FruUt, Fresh P-aehej», Fresh tr«wbirrief, Fresh Pine Applet, Hurnett's Fla^'.rinjf ErtrSftU, Cox's Puent U la'ino, Hooper'* »Ue» aud »ured Isioflass, Baker's No. 1 Chocolate, superfine KnglUh Mus COLLIERS A RPBEKTSON. i~I AK I i"i wall aasoned lot of Extra Fine 1 in per nil. Extra Fine Yonng 11 yeon. Estra Fine Oe 1 ng. We have several grades of the above kinds of Teas, at djflerent pri *s. Thew Teas have bwn •elected for onr retail trade we guarantee the jinoe to suit. COLLIERS ROBERTS' N, mh25-d Main street, near 'Ihlrd. UliAR-CCRKD UAMv COLLIER A ROBERTSON, 78 Main street. 3)o1ATOES—ACOLLIERS choice lot, just recei ved" for sale by A ROBERTSON, 78 Main street. aN0ES andLEMONK, by the box or doaen, rncblid y A VI orb bf Krr, jr. K IKKor t» /.^e cej e ar eu ly, tb ROBERTSON. Wttfcyra, Costa Rica and Rio Coffee! COLLIER A KOBSRTHOir. NEW BOOKS. 1 n. Inirskaa. Ibraemm UOKDAGK* ,auth"r of "The Prince of the Ilou»e of wa\id u.i»g an account tbe wonderful scenoa ... ^..Uv.,rful semes •w ir IT? huD "f ^waoh'. daughter, (Mo- »w,j lrorn his youth to the a«jent of b.nai ^m u,g a« t,y an eyewitness, I i* miracles before Sea, and the re if« an of the nerg and i 'r'lv Ol tu« Red Sea, and lii.r, i ^aw otl -unt ?inai couiaini rchiurt o cuioied Uo»cription 0 %JPUHU,, their uiai.ne ttr,iD lh temple, tho fanii- V-ace and *4ir.in th. ti.mr.i- ,k. raeli'.-K .kiu "»'«h and &!».< of the Is with *t oi lijtaiugfc toa«:hvr tlCh 0f lLc their task-usas tors, D.-ine* spectacl* ^^rewfc uiider 1 »"^nefc, }»roc«( sions, and poi and baeiUv u„. Ur t. founaere Mti(J 1 1()WnJl, wrought bwnty in dramatic incident* and in oescr ptiou# of female lOTeliness. For kale by 00DEN, BR0WNELL A CO (lf fui, U M' and of their jut d«i.i-*uune of beaiiti- E O V E ffr IX MERCHANT TAILOR, H«« He moved it SO. MAIN-8T., BK. SECOND ft THIRD. Having just returned from the East, E V I N O V i i v A ftelcct Assortment off NEW GOODS, Aim PTES TO mi COMING SEASON, Which he will be happy to exhibit to nil who call. With his facilities for obtaining THB LATEST RTYLKR OF GOODS* And constantly reociving EverrihiDi new in the way Ot A S O N He respectfully invite- the ^Gentlemen of Keokuk and vicinity, when in want of XAAY-flTTIKQ AJiD NICE-MADE CLOTH I*®, JHTto 6IVB HIM aCALL."®^ Jf, B.—Particular attention paid to CUTTING for others to moke. Bo^o* C'lothee (Mat* Keokuk,Sept. 16,'68-d Mississippi Valley Nursery. UEHTIIUM UHU1IN Tlllii l«H 'mi u»:*T! Werperlence ITH aeveral year« the l'r frietorr can now famish1 i K E S A N BHRl liliKRV, trd, Rtwl found to Succeed in the West. Many of these Tree* are of extra sise, and Eave producetl fine speci mens of fruit the pa«t »ea ton. Th.,se interected are invited to cull and ex aintnf for themselves. Orders for Apple, Pear, Peach, I'luui and herry Trees, e.iln c-tand.ra I*Hrf, (irai'e Rootn or Cutting* Currant, tJoo^ berry. Raspberry nnd Blactberry bushes, together with Evergreens and t'rnamental shrubbury, wil' reci J»O prompt and faithful attention* Trees delivered in any part of tho (Sty free of charge. Nursery Qrounds in the Western part of tht City, on Dee Moines Avenue. P.ate Engruvingn, worth at loMtone «lollar, willbt fceut on rt&eipl «f 26 eent^ in postag ttamps aft the ofBee of publication. or G. O.HILTON, (Late llubbell A Hilton.) Keokuk, Sept. 6, 1868-dAw rr The KnickerbocRer Magazine. III: KNIv'KhKB1»' KEK MAGAZINE begins I iu its May number two kcrtaie onu iUu*t,rated anlin popular *tyi e, on the AuuIteration* of Food -—the buliject nearajst the health and happiuers ol ever£ tauiviy in tbe land, aud now attracting gr'jat attention in Europe tbe other a fa^ciaating and powerful story ol domestre life, ntitled THE ROMANCE OF A PuoR YOUNG MAN, by r»ctave Fi uillet, said to be the beet, j.oyel pro duccdinttic last five years. The firet chapter pei.H brilliantly. Neither Dicke-nt,Thackeray, nor any Ann rieau nov»list, hai« produced any thing more charmisg and interesting. Every urn- knows thut, by tho criminal avarkeof manufacturi rs und deaitrs, aimoM every artieb- of food in ooiuuion u»e, liijUur^ aud drugu, are adul terated with hurtful and I'oisrrious sobstanccs, and the Knickerbocker is thtirsi arnl only publication in the country that has undertaken to exf-one tbor oughly this gigantic wrung which secretly att ,uks every min's life. All of it« Ptatements are based upon rigid chemicHl analysis and microscopical ex amiuation* made f-.r loi? special purpose. '1 be adulterations and the naanticr uf detesting tin are unrivaled, and to probe the go HUM mud Sides llama, fur evil to the into every fain Jy. bottom, the taeksrbooker will publifh, r« far as it# inves tigation!* extend, the names of the manufacturer* and dealers puiity of this insidious crime againut health and life. IT is the most important rent* of articles ever begun in an American Magazine, and should The May Knickerbocker kas also the coucluyion of a splendid article on Dante, by Rev. lr. Osgood a dashtug contribution, Over the Pahrt, Dr. W. Palmer Jolljgreen't Western Tour, by Osmond 1 lfTany liuinoroua Poems by Park Benjamin and Alice Catey tuoi a t.ovel and pic*urcsqu rontr'tbu iiotkon biam. by a recent u»i»*woary to th* K\i g duin ot tLe \S hile Klej/nant. The K.ditnr's T*,ir always a feature vt tbe KTCKCRLRMKOR. A TM puge eteei pate engjaving of Madame de Ch v reu«e, tbe great rival of Richelieu and Matiiun, opens the nmuln r. Term*, per year, [tostaze pre-paid by the "1 i Publisher any part of the United btates., A Specimen utnberof the May Knickerbocker containing the above, with wviu full-page Steel- JOHN A. liRAl, M*y& NOH. If. and 1 Jacob-st., N. Y. t.KT TiftH Ub!Sf WEBSTER UNABKEDGl© Pictorial Dictionary, Wa l,uOO Pictorial lilnstratlons 1 WEBSTm lNABRIDGED DICTIONARY NEW PICTORIAL EDITION. E have in press, to be issued at an early day, new edition of Webster's Unabridged Dic tionary, containing im PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, BBACT1FCLLY EXECUTED. 9,000 to 10,000 NEW WORDS in the Vocabula ry—Table of SYNONYMS, by Pro fessor (iOODKlCil, In which more thon 2,000 words are careful ly discriminated, forming a fuller work on English Synonyms, of itself, than any other issued, bcsidi Crabb, and believed in advance of that. T&Me giving Pronunciation of Names of 8,- UDO distinguished persons of modern times Peculiar use of Words and Terms is the Bibie, With other New Features, together witb ALL THE MATTER or PREVIOUS EDITIONS. "VI e have seen specimen sheets of the Pictorial lilustratiuns. They «re well executed, and will ofun be .ui useful in giving a much more cuf reot id a ef an object than can be obtained b» a definition.—[New York Tribuue, April 1C. "VI e ha*e seen specimen pages of portiorig in a.rchittcture and ornithology, at,ci find them of ar tistic beauty, as we*l as of K reat practical value." hrutan Mirror, April li. Wi!lb." sold by all Booksellers. GET TUE BEST." Get Webster.* I MHP. LB*1, blue mottled Marseilles in boxes RK W*lua*li, fvr Wile very I,w V.y a. Jun«8-d Of O A 0. MERR1AM. Springfield, Maas., May, 18W. myl7 A. J. wriLKlNMO*.. Sign of the Oolden Eagle an-1 MorW, ... W Main ittreef. ROMANCE OF~A HjOR YOUNU fr0UX th® Freiu:h „Jam3 °0DEN, BR0WNELL A CO. 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BA*tvoR», CITY FIRE NEW Of CONN.—CAPITAL $1,500,000. K0RT1I AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, Of HARTf 0BD, CT.—CAPITAL HAVEN, OF Fvuijl^ Bl WHh AT FLOiTR" A febSSd OOiiLlRRS 4 ROBKKTSON. 1 $300,000, INSURANCE COMPANY, CONN.—CAPITAL $200,000. 3'KNN MUTUAL LIFE INS. 00. WtxADELPHIA, PENS CAPITAL $800,000. /WBuildings, Merchandise, Factories, Dwell in*M and contents insured ut ratea as low as other Coi ipaims who pay their II TKN-EYCK, Agent, ^one7dlm*r Malt Stl^Keokuk, 11 TO ALTDA DTTRYEE Yin .•.Hi"""'"i OC sre hereby notified that there is now on file the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Lee Oounty, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of J# M.lliattaad Margaret Tbotnas, ExeeatoM ef estate of A. P. Thomas, deoeueed, filed agaiqitW. R. S. Duryec to procure a judgment on *notjydfSB by said Duryee to Jamee B. Paul, and prfiEg a foreclosure of a mortgage giv«n by said frTSTjL Doryee t« secure tke payaent of said aot«| aid also a sop pie mental fe tit ion alleging tat death «l said W. R. fe. Duryee aad that you are on*«f his heirs, and requiring you to answer said petition.— Aud unless you appearand answer said petition on or before tm srooiad day of tjhe best term ef said court, which commenees on the fourth Monday in Juuenext, judgment will be rendered by default and your intereat in Uis real estate mortgaged will be foreclosed. RANKIN, MLLER A ENSTER, May 16, I8i4_ Att'yi for Plsiatills. To Elijah Carter, Joseph Blech, ffannaT*?lindel, Bruce A Daniels, R. R. Walker and H. Soott fllliURE is now on file in the offioe of tbe Clerk a of the 1'i.itrict Court of Lee County, lows, at Keokuk, the petition of Oeorge C. Anderson, claim* log of Elijah Carter the sum of lfte«q Imndrtid dollars co a promissory not# executed b/ hiss to Uruoe A DanieU and R. R. Walker, and by them indorsed to him also, the foreclosure of a mort gage on real estamta tbe City uf Keokuk, given to sei ure said nolo and nth era also asking tbo appli eation of the proceeds on a mortgage held by Joseph Rhtch and Hannah Ztndei ou said property, which was execut to Louis Ztndei also, the cancellation of a deed of trust of 11. Soott Howell on said pro perty also the extinction of tke interest of all the defendants in th« premises, aad for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or fore the 21 day of the tbe Jane term ^186V)of said court a ju lgmeut will be rendered aceording to tii# prayer of th« ieUUon. RANKIN, MILLER A BN-TER, May 16, H$S®-d Plaintiff's Att*ys. To Samuel Robb, Bruce 4 Danu-ls, R.R.Walker, Joseph Blech, and Hannah Zmdei flUIEHE is now on file in the Office of tbe Clerk A of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa. at Keokuk, the petition of George C. An lerson, claim ing of Samuel Robb the tutu of fifteen hundred dol.ars on a promissory note executed by him to Bruoe A DasJels 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, given to secure said note and others held by toe defendants to wl.om they were given. Said (*eti tion represents that Joseph Blech and tiannab Zindel as executors of the estate of Loai« Zin del, havo a prior mortgage on that and other property, wherefore plaintiff asks that the proceeds of is fuit be applu-a on »sid prior mortgage he aL'o asks for a foreclosure of his mortgage, a sate of the property, th -cancellation of tbe interests of all the delendtnts, and for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said petition on or before th e second day of the June Term, lb59, of said Court, a judgment wiil he reuJered against you ac cording to the prayer of the petition. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, roaylfid Plaintiff's Att'ys. To Samuel Robb, Bruce A Daniels, h.R. Walker, Jesvpb Blech and Hannah Zindel: piIKUK it now on file in the Office of the Clerk 1 of the District Court of RB3LS. SOFT SHELL ALMONDS, BBLS. FILBERTS, BBLS. ENGLISH WALNUTS, BBLS. PECANS, BBLt. BRAZIL NUTS, 2 CASKS ZANTE CURBAJ^, CASK BATH BRIOC, CASK SAL. SODA, CASE INDIGO, CASE NUTMEGS. We are just receiving the above invoice of goods direct from importers in New York, and offer tbeie for sale HUCUAWWUB than the regular grocery trade. KKLLOGO A BIRGE, Mayl3-d No. hH Msin-st. H11DS. SUGAR, BBLS. Plantation and S. S. M0LA8SJB8, JQQ BAGS COFFEE, BAGS PEPPER, JQQ BBLS. FLOUR, W SAftKR FLOUR. Z to BOXES SOAP, Now on hand and receiving, and for rale low by KELLOGG A BIRGE, May 13d No. 88 tfain-st. It AKTtbltiTl lifi I l\f»t liANtK JO., OF 11ARTFO KD. lacoRi'oHATan is 1810. Capital $600,000 Surplus $226,613.61 ALL PAID UP. DIRRCTORS—11. Tthe YOU Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, the petition of GeorgeC. Anderson, claim iug of Samuel Robb the sum of cancellation defendant*, YOU fifteen hundred dollars on a promissory note executed by bun to Bruce A DanieU and R. R. Walker, and hy them I endorsed to plaintiff also the foreclosure of a, mortgage on certain property in the city of Keokuk given to secure said note and others held by the] lietendants to whom they were given. Haid peti tiou represents that Joseph Blech and ilanaah Zindel, as executors of the estate of Loui* Zindel, have a prior mortgage on that and other property, wherefore, plaintiff asks that the proceeds of his suit be applied on said prior mortgage he also I asks for a foreclosure of his mortage,* saJeof the property, the raid Court to be held at Keoknk on tbe 4th Wednes day of June next, Hjy, or a decree and judgment will be had therein a^ainrt vou by default accord* ing to law. H, S(J0TT HOWELL, maylftd HI Sol, for Petitioner. SttltT Salt. AAA "KA N A W A ," in P»od order,jast DUU reoeUtfeg aud for sale low ty KELLOGG A eiRGH, May ]&-d aia-st. IvKGS PRL'NBJj, jy BXS. CASTILE SOAP, CASKS 0LI71 OIL, 2 BXS CLARET, jjj FRAILS DA'llfiS, I and for general relief. Uulesh you ap pear and answer said petition on or before the 21 day of the June Term, 1859, of said Court, a judg ment will be rendered against you according to the prayer of tbe petition. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTER, i msylfid Plffs' Att'ys. Legrnl Notice. To John W. Moore ct. al. defendants are hereby re»psctively notified that there is now on file in the Clerk's Office of the Dis trict Court, Lee county, Iowa, at Keokuk, a peti tion of D. W. Kilbourne, claiming a decree and judgment again.-t John W. Moore fur two hundred seventy-one and 40-100 dollars, with Yin of the interests of all the int*re*t, AS a balance of purchase money on lot ten, ty, Iowa. block eight, iu Kilbotirue'i1 addition, to the city i Now unle-x ycu appear and answer said petition of Keokuk, Lee coanty, Iowa, and the fore- on or before tbe second day of the special June I-sure of a mortgage on eaid lot, given by asaid term of said District Moure to said Kilboarne praying lor the sale of foarth Monday in June, 1W, judgment and decree Said lot, tbe eitinguichment of all equity of re- will be rendered against you according to the prayer dimption, and for general relief,as against all de- of Bad petition, aud said real estate will be eoldlo fetiiiants. satisfy said debt, and tbe interest of ail defendants Now you are hereby notified to answer said peti- cut off and extinguished. lion on the secoud day of^ the next special term of McCRARY A BRUCE, Yin Huntington, Albert Day, James Goodwin,Ch&s. Boswcll,Henry Keney,Calvin Day, Job Allyn, John P. Braoo, Cbas. J. RUSH. TIMO. C. AIXVS,Sec'y. I(. HURTIN«TON, C. C. LTMAM,ASS'thee. W. N. bowaae, Act'ry. WM. W. BKLKANAP, Agent. Keokuk, April it, '&W-d JT1. W I NTt HTT, WHOLES A LK AND RETAIL DEALER IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, Paper Hanglsige, W indow Mliatlea,A ALSO,Piano, t?hjet Mnsic Musical instructors for tho Guitar, Accordcon, Violin, Flute, Fife, Ac.. No. V7 Mitin-st., Keokuk, Iowa. ^flrThe highest market price paid for Rags, inchlftd ORANGES,M. Iewa. Pres't. Lemons, Figs, French and Gorman Prunes, R. and Layer Raisins, Currants Ae. .. COLLIERS A ROBERTSON* mhlM JT-®"*11 aad William E. Buell: VTIHIM is now oafll* in the ofioe of tbe Clerk .'* tbeDistriet Ooart of Lee Connty, Iowa, at ilMklk,tktptUtloa of Miller, Mayhew A Co., dred dollars on a promissory note executed by him to James E. Bruoe aad by him endorsed to plala tiflSl} also, the foreclosure a mortgage on oertain psal estate in Ksokak, LMof county, given to secure '^•paj^en' ®f said note. Baid petition repeaaents William E. Buell km an interest in said property, and prays for a judgment and the fore closure of the mortgage, an order of sale, an ex tinction of the interest of bath tbe defendants in the premises,and for general relief. Unless yon appear aad answer said petition on or before th* second day of the Jane term (188®) of said Ooart, Judgmeat will be rendered sgainst yoa. RANKLN, MILLER A ENfcTER, May 14,1859-d Plain tiffs' Att'ys. foGuy Wells,Mugb W. BampUjlamuel R.t'urtis, Frank Q. Q. 1'msted, Edwaid Kilbotirne, E. R. Ford, D. W. Ferd, James Holeey, A. L. Deming, John W. Cleghorn, B. H. Harrison, EHha Gncn, David B. Gunn,Oscar V. Davis, Noah Greeley HERE is now on file in the ottos of tbe Clerk of District Court of LeeOoantv, IOwa, at Keo kuk, the petition of Hannah M. Tsggert, Execn trix of the estate of Robert Taggrai, deoeased, and Kmuia T. Tsggert and AltoeO. Taggart, minor chitdren, by Ifannah M. Taggart their guardian, claiming ot Guy Wells a deed to tbe ondividetone fifth of certain lands in Lea county, Iowa, and tbe specific performance of a contract with Robert Tag gart of December 19th, 1850. Baid petition prsys for a decree, a partition of the lands described in the petitiou,and for general relief. Unless you appoar and answer said petition on or beforo the second day of tbe-June term (186V) of said Court judgment will be rendered artlnst you. RANKIN,MfLLKR A ENtilER, May 14,18M dim Plaintiffs' Att'ys. Legal Notice. To John A. McKenny, Geo. B. Wilson, T. I Mo- Kenny, R. W. Cla k, Turpin Daughters,and Mil ton Jaini-on and each of yon are hereby notified that there is now on Ale ia the office of tbe Clerk of the District Court of L-c County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of John Laf n claiming of John A. Mc Kenny and Georgr B. Wilson the sum of six ban tired and sixty six 66-IBS dollars, with interest on mortgage executed by ssid John A. McKenny and Geo. o. WiUon to John htannus and John Hamil ton to secure said note, and by said Btannus and Hamilton assigned to your petitioner. 8aid mort gage oosvevs the following real estate, to wit: ilu rear twenty feet of lota 7 and 8 in block tbir ty-six in the city of Keokuk, be ng twenty feet frosting on Fifth street of the rear end of lot sev en and extending tbe same width across lots seven and eight of said bluck, being 30 by 100 feeU— 8a id petition prsys judgment against said John A. McKenny and Geo. B. Wilson lor the amount of said note, intereat and eosts, and claims against all of you the foreclosure of said mortgage and the sale of aaid real estate to satisfy the amount dae. Now unless you appear and answer said petition oa or before the second davof the next term of aid District Ooart,commencing at Ke-okak on tbe foarth Monday in June, judgment and decree will be rendered against you in accordance with tbe praver of saiu petition, and faid real estate wiil be sold, and all interest of all defendants cut off and forever barred aud extinguished. To Eli Ciuts, Eliaa J. Ciuts, A. 11. Brown Thos. Cro*s, Henry Cluts snd Jacob Busbey Hf have been compelled to pay and cancel t. their dam age in thesum aforesaid. Haid petition also claims i against all of you tbe foreeioxure of a mortgage ex^enled by said defendant*-, EL Ciut« and Elite J.Ciut.-,ti Maid plaintiffs to secure them against any damag frm end rsing raid notes as atoreyaid.— Said mortgage bears date NovcmUr 14, ls&7, IS duly recordi d, and conveys the following real es taU-. tc wit: (Seventy-five feet off of the rear ends 10 per cent, -of lots and 6 in block 171 ia Keokuk, Lee coun- Curi, of 1 u! V McCRARk A BRUCE, Mas 0,I860-d Atty 's for Pl'tff. Lsfal Notice. are hereby notified that there is new oe fll* the office ot theClcrkof the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of James Burrow**, James Reynt»lds and Frederick Zagg. claiming of said Eli Cluts the sum of fifteen heudred and five 46-100 dollars with interest.— haid petition alleges that said ISurrows, Reynolds i the sain of $496.66 wilit ten per cenC per annum and Zugir became curity for said Eli Cluts and one intereat thereon from Sept. 3, 16^6, and praying W W W a k e y e n o s i n w o n o e a e y Clutr A Walker, which notes they allege that they commeneing on the May 9, IBill-d Piaiatifii' Att'ys. Legal lioiice. ToJamev L. Este^ and Amanda E»te» his wife, Ed fr ard W tckersbem, A.L. Demi ay, John A ntrim. Char Its Mason, Love, Bryan, Adams A Antrim, cnailts Mason, u»*e, itryan, Adams a r'' OU are hereby notified that there is now on file tbeofficeof the Clerk of the District Court of Lee County, Iowa, at Keokuk, a petition of John Olive claiming of the said Jamee Estes the sum of one thousand dollars as money due on a prmis sory note also cLiiutiug against all of you the lore- 1 aloaure of a rtgage cxecUtcQ'bjr the iaid James L. u-sai Amanda Ksta his wMe, dated Octo ber—, 1851, and conveying the following real es lata, in which the other defendants have or claim to have some interest, to wit Weet $ ef south- I ot south-we i of seotMM) 3, towrship 65. range 6 south-west i section 10, town*hip n5, range 5 the noutb-ea.it soetion 16, township i6, range 6 w jt alo lota 7 aud 6, bl ck 60, iu Keokuk aiao, half of lot 4 adjoining lot 6, block 29, Keokuk— ail in the Coun y of Lee and State of Iowa. Now unless yoa appear and answer said petition on or before the morning of the second day ef be s|» eta) term of sai«l District Court, oomtaeneing on the 4th Monday in June, 1869, judgment aad deciee wiil be rendered against you according to tbe prayer of said petition,and said real estate will be sold to nat Isfy aaid debt, and ell tbe interest of all the defen dants tbeitein WjU) be cat off sod forever extingtrh* ed and barred. McCRARY A BRUCE. May 7,1869-d Att'ys for Pit'b. Trastee'a Male. T)UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that on Satur 4 day the 13'b day of June next, I will sell at mubBeeelein front of the banking house of Win. Thompmn A Co in tbe city of Keokuk, Lee oounty, Iowa, tbe following real estate, to wit: tbe easterly half of lot nine (9), block one bandred and six (106) of said city, 26 feet front on Main-st., and 140 feet deep. Tbe above sale is made by virtue of a Deed of Trust from Thomas Bruoe to for the purpose of securing the payment of a promissoiy note made by Jamea Brace toOrinneil A Jenkins for tbe sum of $2,331.24, and said Deed of Trust provides that the property may b«» redeemed from the sale to be made by me by paying the above debt and ten per cent, interest, at any time within one year after sale. Tbe sale will be for eaah, and a deed will be made to the purchaser. May 9, 1869-d 'To W. W. JOHN W. RANKIN, Trustee. 4r R. H. Stone rVMIERE is now on file in the Offioe of the Clerk 1 of the District Court of Loe County, Icwa, at Keokuk, the petition of Reed A Co., claiming of you seven hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty lour cents, and ten per cant, interest hereafter on two promissory notes exeoated by you to tbem. Said petition also prays an attachment on tbe ground of your non-re^idenee. Unless you appear aad answer said petition on or before tbe second day of the next term of the District Court, of said County, at Keokuk, judgment will be rendered against yoU. RANKIN, MILLER A ENSTEft, mb28 dim Pltff's Atty's. rpo AUGUSTUS W. KNODE Sir—You arohere- A by notified that there is on file in the Clerk's Offioe of the District Court of Lee County,Iowa,at Keokuk, a petition of W. A J. Chase, partners, elaimiag of you $146.S0 with interest therein specified,and founded upon your three promissory notes specified in the petition, whereof they arc the holders said petition praying for an attachment agaiust your I non-resident answer said petition sahi Court at their term of 8eptember, 1859, judg ment will be rendered against you by default for the amount ol aimed ana oosts. petition on or before the seorfnd day of CURTIS, QILLMORE A CURTIS, May IBM-dim AJt'yitfer Petitionees. vfOTicas. To Samuel Dunlap, Thomas Dunlan, Edward C. Israel Tennis# William Timbennan, L. B. altby, 0. H. Cox, and W. P. Wslker: Y39th Jndgment of three ban OU are hereby notified that on or before the day of January, A. D. 1869, a petition it* Chancery of Amos 11. Brown will be placed on filf 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 ,1867, given by the said tiamnel Dunlaif on Lots number one, two, three and six in Bloev one hundred and forty-two, and Lots number sev* ea, eight and nine in Block one hundred aad seven* ty-tsso, of the City of Keokuk aforesaid, with eon* ditiou: to be void on the |aymeot uf four trtnifat sory notes all of date 1st January, 1857, given by said Samuel Dunlap and each indorsed by saia Thomas Danlap, coming due and pavable to the said plaiatiff as follows One note due one year from date, amount $7&0 One note due two years from date, amount One note due three years from date, amount 760 One sou due four yeus from date, amount All bearing 10 per cent, intcreet. And also the following, vis: One nete of date Feb. 1,1867, 4«* 1 y*ar from One note of date Feb. 1,1857. due 2 years from date, $910. da?ne$840 dkU notes band to the highest bidder, property on the ground that you are a *vryaiisiis*ea. of Iowa. And tfnless you appear aud OAf) 760 760 FCb 1W1r dl10 One note of date y4W Feb. fr0m 1,1847, dae 4 years from date, $770. Several of whleh'nofes are past due and all of of them remain unpaid and unless you appear in said suit on or before the second day of the special term (commencing on the fourth Monday of June, 186i)of said Court and file your answer to said petition, a decree of foreclosure will be rendered against you by confession. 0DRTIS, OtLLMORl A CURTIB, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Msr^h 24, 185® H4w PI «»'rTtJi rpo PATRICK MADDEN: ttm—YmjaTthereby notified that there is on ffle in tb« offioe of tbe Clerk of the District Court of Lea County. Iowa, at Keokuk, s petition of Amos H. Brown elaimiag a decree uf sai 1 Court against you fur the aam $3&1.S6 and ten per cent per annam interest there on from October 14,1868, on a mortgage by you to •aid ltrown given, of data of October It,1886, on of ten per cent. p«r annum, payable aanaally, (default in payment of tai af said Instsllssmts or interest make aU payable) eaid petlUen shasglag sash dstHmll, —i elalining aUo the foreelMure aad eaie sf mM mortgaged premises and the eEtinguisfcmeat ef ell eqoity of redembtien under said montage sad fat general re I ief. You are themfese aettiUd thei aa less you appear and answer to said petition oa the seoond day of tbe September tens fie eemmease on the first Monday of fieptemher, 1AM,) ef aald Court, a decree will be taken against you thereon pro confttto. the Mil date atthe sale wVle aamuat iuend CURTIS, QILLMORE A CURTIP, Solicitors fer Petitieaer. March 14, l$M-d4w Legal Notice. To Aaron ii. Gage aad Maaaab bis wife, John C. Humphrey, George W. Bye and John F. Nye: OU and eaeh of you are hereby notified that there is ftow ea fie in tbe ofioe ef the Clerk ef the District Court of Lee County, iewa* at Keokuk* a petition ef Amoe H. Brown claiming of you the foreclosure of a eertain mortgage eaeeeted by sdd Gage to ssid Broira, datedi»eptember I, lKM,aad recorded in tbe Reenrder's office of said eoaaty September 10, 1856, at Keokuk, conditioned fer the payment «f three several promueury notes given by said Gaga Is said Brown, and payable to sold Brown er order in twelve, twenty-four and thirty, six rnontha respectively, after fiept. 3, 1866, with 10 per cent, per annam intereat payable aanaally: said Brown elaimiag from the paid »age as due and unpaid fas by the tenor of said mortgage endnotes) that the equity of redemption of said defendants, and all of them, be forever foieelostd as to the premises in said mortgage described, (vis Lot No. 4 in Block No. 173. in Keokuk. Lee county, Iowa,) and tbe several interests ef said defeedants there in forever hereafter barred. And unless you ap pear and answer said petition on or before tte seo ond day of the speeisl term of said court, to begia on the foarth Monday of June, lb69, jadgmeat will hi rendered against you thereon prv co»/eeee. CURTIS, GILLMOKK A CURTIS, April 1, li^W-dtia Set's fer Petitieaer. Trader P10th 0 Co., F.N. Wright, Arthur Walcott,and William •»»dDe«d ef I fust provides that said James E.and L«-igbton east i of sections, tuwiirhip 65, range 6f tbe esst i H. V. Miller executed to R. B. Foote bis 1 Sale. UBLIC NOTICE i* reby given that on ths day of June next 1 will sell at public sahk in front of tbe banking house ot Wot. Thompson Co., enraer ef Main aad Second streets, Keokuk, Iowa, the following real estate, vis Lot 10 ia block is of Leigh ton's Addition to tbe city of Keo kuk, and all of bieck 6 in Gia»f»rd, or Wright's addition to the city of Keokuk which sale will be for cash. This sale is made by virtue ef a Deed of Trust from James K. Brace and Antoinette bis wile te am toseeure the payment of a aot« given by Jamee I. Bruoe W gram. Pajnur A Davis Lr the aam *f $2,787.46, on whieh default bas be^n mads, aad ,' ,, .. L~ Antoinette Braca shall have the right te redeei within one year from the day of .sale by paying the amoaat uf aatd aotc with 10 per cent, par a*» num interest, or the amount of the bid with simi lar interest if the bid «ha 11 be more than tbe debt. bAM'L F. MILLER, Trustee. May*, 1859-d To H. V Mtllar.lMiuund A May,Xl. Balsey, De Alaasbert Cully s piiKRK is now on 11 e in the offioe of the Clerfc 1 of tbe District Court of Lee Connty, Iowa,at kuk, the petition of R. .Bvwler, alleging that proun«kory mm~ three $1,560 each, and drawing tea' pi-rceut. interest, payable annually, and bis mort gage deed on eor tain real estate to se-are said nutas and interest, tie id petition alleges that tbe ether defendants have since become interested in t)|0 mortgaged premises. Ha.d petition preys fvr judgment, an order of sale of tbe property, the a^-' Unction of tbe interest ef all the defendants In ths property, the exeeutior, of a deed and for general relief. Unless you appear and answer said pallHMB on or before tbe aeoonaday ef the Jane term (186|n or said Court, judgment aill be rendered according to the prayer of the tit ion. RANKIN, MILL! A ENSTER, Ma^r 6,1869-dlm Plaintiff's Att'ys. Truatee'a *a|e. P10th UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that on the dey of Juae next, at thedeeref the Clark's Office in tbe city erf Keokuk,I shall sell Cor Co., lowa *in which said real estate you bars or olaim to have some interest. There is also o~ file in said ease an amended petition, alleging a mistake in tb» description of above named proper' in said mortgage, and praying a correction of same. Now, therefore, unless you appear and answ laid petition on or before tbe seeond day of th next term of said Distriot Court, commencing a Keokuk on the fourth Monday in June, 1849 judgment and decree will bo rendered according the prayer of said petition, and ail yoar interest i tho above described real estate will bti extiogult and your equity of redemption foreclosed. sa»h la the tate in the county of Lee May 9, 1660-d following real and lot 9 in bioek 169 in the eitj ©ffceokuk. Said sal.* is made by riittte ef a Legal Notion* To MoMurdy YRobertthe OU are hereby notified that there es* £|ate ef Iowa, vial Deod of from Francis MeMaunasaad his Wife tome for the purpose ef seeuring the payment Trust ef a note made by said Francos MoMaunus' to Ja Larkio, and the holder of said note, (whieh ii and unpaid,) baring produesd Ihe seais to m», shall make setdsale aeoordingly andshal make It the pufebaser a deed to said real mtele. f. K. NUBDEis trustee. is file in offioe of tbe Clerk of the Oourtof Lee Couifty, Iowa, at Keokuk, a »f Omwnrtttl HtwiUa aUimin v nf Nufito the sam of twenty-seven hundred dollars, and t«Test. as money due on a promissory note. Sa petition prays for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage executed by said Wilsey to plaintiff te s« cure tbe payment of the said note and others de ed.!uae26, I860, which mortgage conveys the 8-W i of tbeN-E. |of see. 27, township66,range 6 in Lee McC lAKY A BRUCE, May 17,1869-d4w Sol's for Petitioner. Nitrate NHVer C'ryaus!Hue*. 2 fben«04n3r P""' UU ia very low forial A.J.WILKINSON. Sign of the Golden Eagle aud Mortsf 96 Mam street. Jmy-16d /*1ANDLBS*—$A hxil, Star and Mould?for sale a yd KELLOGG A BiKGK.