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K E O K U K mTDAY MORNING, JVWBM. Turn Die Uoimi VALLKT WBIS U pohlliW •TOTy Monday at this office,is one of the aides' papers is Iowa,and has a widely circu lation throughout the Des Moines ValleytNerth tru Missouri, and WesternIlHn*'*- RUflWES" NOTICE. Subscriptions for DAICT GAM CITY, and VIIILT VAUJ' WHIG, must be accompanied by the cash in eases. Daily #nbs«riberp can pay the carrier, if they pre fer, once in two week*. The carrier ie advised to require payment in advance, in all cases* No Job Work delivered until paid frit#' All advertisements must be paid for in advance* except in the case of customers with whom we have toutual account*. With lech, aetUemenUi will be made quarterly. Tke Mainfacinre of IreB*»Ofl«* weli'i Patent. A short time ego the St. Louis papers made an explanation of the character of a new patent, called "Criswell's patent," for the more eeonomioal and superior manafaoture Of iron from the ore. The claims made for it were very important, if they could be praotieally sustained. Some of the most in fluential men in St. Louis, men of practical experience and knowledge in such matters, •igned a certificate to the effoot that they were fully satisfied that the prooess was just what it claimed to be, and the patent one of •est importance. Since that time still farther tests have been applied, and the Republican of the 2lst says the character and value of the process is settled, beyond all dispute.— As an illustration of the importance of its results, we may state this fact: First olass rails are now worth $55 per ton at all the great manufactories in Pennsylvania aDd England, aud afford no more than a fair margin for profit at that. By this procees, the proprietors propose to furnish rails equally as good for $40 per ton, and say that they have an equal margin for profit with those who sell at $55 per ton and manufac*. lure by the usual method. The Barbariini of lUobo. W$ published a few days ago a short count of ths doings of a mob at Lancaster, the oounty seat of Sigourney county. The fiigourney Democrat speaks of the persons engaged in it as among the best men in ths| community. We oannot believe it. If they were, then the best men of that oommunity •re not very creditable specimens of the spe cies, or they were strangely divested of all, manly sect* by some temporary excitement which made them parties to shameful and in human transactions. The Democrat admit* that they whipped the prisoner, Carpenter, who was guilty of the exeorable crime of in timacy with his daughter, until the blood •oaked through two shirts and the Life in the We*t adds that it is also asserted that they took the daughter, threw her clothes over her bead and lashed her until she faint ed away. All whioh was done in open day, before the public. Llkeratlea of rraaee, The Algemeine Ztitung (Augsburg Ga zette) publishes a lengthy article, which ieems to be the reflection of a strong Ger man feeling if not an intimation of an offi eial intention, urging that now Louis Napo leon is absent with his army for the purpose of liberating Italy, a powerful German force be at onoe marched upon Paris for the pur pose of liberating France. Renthera Nebriikff. That part of Nebraska living south of the Platte eieolod delegates to the Kansas Con stitutional Convention. It is the general da lire of that portion of the Territory to be come attached to Kansas, in case she is to be admitted into the Union at an early day. The delegates were elected without regard politics, but are understood to stand half and-half. They will probably be admitted to the Convention. (track b) l!tfli(nlnf The Kansas City Journal Commerce •ays a lady in that city was reoently struok by lightning, but escaped without material injury, though in great peril for a time, the coil of her steel-hooped skirt being so volu minous that she was afraid she would have been burned up before the lightning got around. DAILY IOWA STATS JOURNAL.—-The propri etor of the State Journal, (Dem.) at Dee Moines, has commenced a daily edition of his paper. We wish his enterprise success, for a man with bravery enough to oommenoethe publication of a daily paper in the faoe of the present times most assuredly deserves it, if he bat bat half a« much wit as he has plttofc* s Med River of me North. w*«q are now plying on (he waters of this river. The Freighter was ta ken up the Minnesota River, and through the marsh between the sources of ths two streams. The Anson Northrup, the enginee for which were sent over land and the frame put upon the banks of the river, was put into the aUewn on the 19th of May. Bank War In St. L,oe||p* Tor BO me time the Banks and Savings in stitutions at St. Louis have been at logger heads. The fifcht has been fieroe, and skill fully conducted. It has now taken a new turn by the Bank Commissioner instituting Quo Warranto proceeding, in the Supreme Court against the several gavtage institu tions. .. J?.... Actiool Tai ('oaa»ti national. Aease under the curative act of the Board of Kdooation was taken up to the Supreme Court, from Louisa eounty. The Uo«*t maintained the validity of the eot. LATER FROM EUROPE. AHB1V1L »r TME PERSIA. The Persia arrived on the 21st. She brings news of another engagement, of whioh we oan get no clear statement from the tele graphic dispatches. The most intelligent statement that we oan compile will be found below The Paris Moniteur of the 10th inst. con tains the following details of the battle of Magenta. The concentration of our foroee on the Po deceived the enemy into the be lief that we intended to cross the river. On the morning of the 4th 125,000 Austriane were in position opposite the Emperor and the Grenadier Guards, who were obliged to fight these disproportionate odds. The correspondent of the Daily News gives the following details In less than two hours the allied mon arcbs had deployed 60,000 men againet 80, 000 together with a powerful artillery. They compelled the AuBtrians to move on a most disadvantageous ground, as their left soon turned by Gen. Canrobert's corps, supported by Gen. Haut's division, and the Austrians to fall on their centre at Abiate Graeso. The Austrian center being swelled by the routed oolumns of their left wing, were soon in dis order, and thousands fell crushed by the Frenoh artillery. Gen. MoMahon had now readied the scene, and seeing the movement and the disordered centre of the Austrians, charged with an im petuosity seldom witnessed, supported by Durand's division which stood in reservation, was moving slowly behinJ him. The shook was terrible, and the dead and wounded were falling in great numbers. The Austrians were finally routed and the victory won. The same writer says that no Austrian guns were taken. The Zouaves had 700 killed and wounded. A brigade in Gen. Canrobert's corps was almost entirely destroyed. The Austrians have retreated beyond the river Adda. Their bead-quarters were near Cremona. All accounts give the great glory of the day to Gen. MoMahon. lie had no orders to prooeed to Magenta, but heard the roar of battlo—rushed on, and saved the army. The details of the battle of Magenta are received at London and Paris very slowly, but they do not change the first complexion. The losses were undoubtedly severe on both sides. The Austrian official account only ac knowledges from 4 to 5,000 killed and wound ed, and says that the enemy lost fully half as many more. It is reported, but not con firmed, that Gen. Gyulai has been dismissed, and Gen. ilese appointed Commander-in chief. A Hungarian legion was organizing at Tu rin. The London Post's Paris correspondent says that over 4,000 of the prisoners are Ital ians who took the earlieet opportunity to give themselves up. They were always placed in front and were threatened by the Croats in the rear if they did not fight well. Many of them had offered to join the Allies, but their servioes bad not yet been accepted. The latest advices say the Allies were ad vancing from Milan in pursuit of the retreat ing Austriane, and that Prussia had given in dications of aiding Austria. It is rumored that the Prussian army will be mobilized, and Prussia will soon take part in the conflict. It is said the Prussian Government is negotiating for the passage of troops through Germany. The Austrians were at Lodi, and the Allies advancing. Garibaldi had beaten the Aus trians at Brescia. 500 Zouaves were killed and wounded at Marignnn. 1500 Austrians were killed and wounded and 1200 made prisoners the battle lasted 9 hours. The armies were preparing for toother general engagement. The lound official call for lint shows what havoc the war is making in the army. It was on Sunday thut the dispatch from the Empe ror reached the Empress, who caused it to be printed in placards on the streets, and to be telegraphed throughout France, so on Sunday night the rejoicing was general in the empire. The Empress rode through the principal streets where orowds thronged her carriage, and even clung to the wheels, ory ing, "Long live the Emperor, the Emprees and the young Prince, too," who was not for gotten. Gen. Canrobert is not dead nor mortally woundoj. 1 URIK, June 10th.—Gen. Garibaldi occu pied Bcrpanso on the 8th, and having learned that 1500 Austrians were coming from Bres cia, sent a detachment to meet them and and though the force sent was inconsidera ble in number, they aeverthelees beat the enemy. Th-s Times* correspondent at Vienna says tbe official Austrian bulletin, announcing the battle of Mugenta, produced an indescriba ble effect at the Capital, and every one for a moment appeared to be stunned*. Military men are indignant that tbe finest army Aus tria ever possessed should have been entrust ed to such a bungler as Count Guyali ap pears to be. DKBSDEN, June 10.—Tbe Prussian Com missioners were here yesterday negotiating for transport by railway of considerable bod ies of Prussian troops. A satisfactory re sult was obtained without difficulty, and the Commissioners started for Munich with a similar object. George Bailey, editor of the National Era of Washington, died on board the eteamer Arago on the 15th inst. Tbe British Ministry has been defeated in tbe House of Commons, and the resolution of a want of confidence has been oarried by a majority of thirteen. The ministry was eipected to resign on the meeting of Parlia ment, on Saturday, the 11th inst. UIBMAKY.—I believe that tbe Rhine for the moment attracts more offioial attention than tbe Tioino. Tbe tenmon of opinion is represented as extreme. All tbe officers of tbe Prussian army living en /am ille have been ordered to provide for tbe ae eomraodation of their wives and othe domes tic impedimenta, so as to be ready to move at a moment's notice. This I learn from the wife of an offioer of the Royal Guard, an Englieh woman, who has reoently arrived here from Potsdam. Prussia ia straining every nerve to keep the peaoe. But her di plomatiets look grave if questioned as to tbe probability of her being able to keep her bold of tbe leasb much longer the "dogs of war" are struggling so feroeiouely to be loose.—[Correspondence of the Manchester Guardian. Gov. Wis* AND THE PSKSIDSWCT.—The Milledgeville (Ga.) Federal Union eeyS: uIf Gov. Wiae entertained the remotest idea of being tbe nominee of tbe Charleston Convention for tbe Presidency, he may trouble himself no longer with such vain imaginings. The result of the late election in Virginia runs down Wise stock to 5 oents on the dollar. 'I he llemooracy of the South will point to him as the man who is reeponei* ble for the small vote for Lotoher." Arrival of ilae Pike'* Peak Eiprtn. tgftOO WORTH OF GOLD DUST RECEIVED. Horace Greeley endorses the richness of the diggings. Thousands pouring into new placers. Forty sluices in operation. $510 taken out in one day. One company taking out 3,000 pwts. Returned emigrants depart ing again for tbe mines, determined to go on through at all hazards. Intense cxcitement on the border. Jones A Russell extending their facilities for transportation. Advice to emigrants, Ac. LKAVKNWOBTB, June 21. The Pike's Peak Express arrived here on Sunday night, 8 days from Denver City, bringing a large mail and $2500 in gold dust. The previous extraordinary reports of the discoveries at Gregory's, Jackson's and oth er mining oamps are fully confirmed. Horace Greeley had arrived out in less than seven days. He bad visited Gregory's diggings and signed a public communication endorsing the riohness of the claims there. Thousands of omigrtnts were pouring into new places, and forty new sluices would soon be in operation at the Gregory claims. The result of the operations of thirteen companions, given in Iloraco Greeley's pub lished letter, shows the highest day's yield to have been $510. UeldNewi. [Correspondence of the Leavenworth Titooe.j DINYBB OITT, June 4. I returned from the mountains last night and was out from Denver City five days, and must say that I was astonished at what 1 saw. I was first at Jackson's diggings and saw men at work with a common rocker, making $5 per day to the man. I bought a small nugget worth $4,30, which you have seen, without doubt, beforo this, ft is tbe largest I have seen sinoe my arrival in this oountry. It is reported that pieoes have been fouud on the Cedar Creek diggings weighing $10. I have not seen tbem, and, of course oan say nothing as to the truth of this report. Aftor arriving at Gregory's diggings 1 was more surprised than ever. It had been re ported at Deuver City that they were taking out gold at tbe rate of $100 per day to the man, but I was not at all prepared to see and know it to be true. I saw tne Indiana Com pany working three men, running a sluice.— On Monday, the 5th day, and on the Satur day night before, they had taken out $1,070 the result of four days' work. To test the truth of the matter, I myself washed out a pan, wbieh gave me $2 70. I saw men wash ing out dirt from new claims in the gulch ta king out to tbe pan from $5 to $9. Proba bly Mr. Gregory's success is accounted for from his being an old miner from Georgia. Yonrs, truly, MARTIN FIELD. American Hympatky for Sardinia. WASHINGTON, June 19. Dispatches received at tbe Sardinia Lega tion, express tbe great gratification of King Viotor Emmanuel at the exhibition of Amer ican symptithv in his favor. Chevalier Bortenella, the Sardinian Charge d'Affaires, bad a long interview with Secre tary Cass yesterday, during whioh be emphat ically declarod the entire confidence of hit* country in the sincerity and ulterior riews of the Emperor Napoleon. NEW YOB*, June 20.—The bank statement for the week ending on Saturday, shows a decrease in loan* of $1,159,000, a decrease in circulation of $110,000, an increase in specie of 1,060,000, and,an increase in net deposits of $244,000. The Somerset (Me.) Telegraph reports that In one of the barns two persons, a Mr. Clark and a Mr. Falourt, were injured, though i not seriously. A house belonging to Mr. John Redman wan demolished, and Mrs. Redman, her little child, and another woman who was in the house nt 'be timp, were all more or less iu jured. Mrs. Redman was carried some dis tance with the whirling timbers, and is dan gerously if not fatally injured. Portions of the demolished buildings were carried to the distance of two miles. It was a fearful wind, and it ie truly wonderful that no more persona were seriously hurt. murder sai 8uicl«c. One of those occurrences that onee in a series of years freeta the blood of oommu oitr, »0ourr«J ia our Coroner Weider, being sent for, repaired to tbe spot and held an inquest, tbe verdiet being in aooordanoe with the faots stated above. The circumstanoe of so eool, sudden »nd unprovoked a deed of murder admits of no construction save the influence of absolato insanity. Both tbe viotims of this horrible tragedy, were very widely known among our German population, and tbe oeourrenoe has cast a gloom over our whole oommunity. —[Burlington Hawkeye, 22d. Tbe Yankeee asd me PledmsatiM, An American, writing from Turin, says: You find here, too, tbe Northern-Italian face and air, which so markedly distinguish es tbe people north of tbe Po from the Alps to tbe Adriatic. The townsfolk are about as different from those of Alessandria as they are from the Zouaves, who throng tbe pretty little promenade on the Boulevards. I am more and more struck with their resemblanoe to our own New Englanders. The prevalent custom of shaving, 1 suppose, adds to this apparent likeness between tworaoes, so «ide ly sundered in origin and habits. But, in the olean shaved, bright-uyeJ, firm-lipped, quiet, cautious North-Italian, i find trails more than skin deep, whioh recall the dosoendants of tbe Plymouth settlsrs. a terrible tornado, accompanied by rain, sembly of 181$, to the letter, and he said he passed over a portion of Eubben on Wednes day afternooD last, prostrating houses, barns,: trees, orchard*, and everything in its course, riaioity, yesterday. From tbe evidence that we were enabled hastily to gather, the circumstance seems to be this: A German named Peter Deisroth, about 50 years of age, living 2$ miles from this city, on the noTtb Plank Road, has for some time, without any appa rent reason, been jalous of his wife,—a woman of good character, popular and rcppected among her neighbors. He has al«o. For several years past, been subject to occasional fits of iritantty, one of the ebul litions of which is this suspicion of the fair fame of his wife. Yesterday morning at aboot 11 o'clock, tbe neighbors beard two reports of a gun, but paid no attention to it, as they supposed be wag cleaning bis gun for bunting, to which sport he was much given. Late in the af ternoon a sister of Mrs. Deisroth found both Deisroth and bis wife dead upon tbe floor.— In tbe bouse were bis two ebildren, a boy of 5 and a girl of 3 years of age. Tbe boy etated that his father came into the kitchen with a gun and shot bis mother between her breasts. She ran into another room and sat down in a chair, from %which she soon fell dead. Deisroth then applied the other bar rel of the gun to his mouth and pulled the trigger witb bis foot, shooting himself dead. The boy took tbe gun from tbe bands of bis dead father, and awaited, amid the eoene of blood, the advent of help. of «ho Allies. The following is a letter from Piedmont, said to be written by a man who is in apiii* tion to know whatever oan be known, and who is a sincere patriot "Nothing is known, my dear frisiiL Mot only does no one print, or even wrlto/mrta* one even speaks. There would only bo one mode of having any true details, and tbnt ia to be actually with tbe army and talk with the officers and men. But in Turin the lend erlaw of silenoe is so obeyed to the and the exaggeration of mystery impoeed by the Government is so respeoted, that an* suredly the present month will of itself fur nish few details of its own history. Orders are given to our offioere as to the French, to write home no details of tbe war. We are chiefly ooenpied in Piedmont in hunting spies —people are imprisoned at every moment. I could tell you oi Bishops and superior offi cers arrested. It has beoome a sort of oivio virtue to ignore all that is passing and if any desire to be informed takes hold of yon you are turned round upon snspioion, ao. and those around you say, (How odd yon should be so ourious.' Not a journalist, or correspondent, or man oanable of writing a line, has been allowed within shot range of our army. I am grieved to avow it, but I must do so the Austrians are, in this roepeet. the only liberals. Is this a proof of strength? I confess I wateh all I desoribo here with dis trust and trembling." After soms private details, the letter goes on thus: "The ulterior objeot is this—and hare they are right—to form, at all events, the nucleus of an Italian army so that the lat ter, when Franoe mav be oalled elsewhere, may be able to defend and keep the territory rescued for ns. We mast be able to count upon at least 150,000 purs Italian troops, w hioh I have no doubt we ehall have. For the present, I repeat, darkneee is the order of the day. As to Oavoor, to see and talk with him now, you would fancy a conspira cy, and not a national war, was what he wae engaged in he is ready to oondemn for high treason whoever eseks to be well informed. To win favor with him you must be content to obey blindly and live in ignorance. The Due de Chartree, for instanoe, got an order one night late to^oin his corps next morning. Without any possible purpooe being served by all this sscresy, which may help to pro duce confusion, all goes on in this way. It is melodramatic and absurd, so far. But this is not originated by us it is ordered by our allies. Three sovereignties are at stake in this war tbe French Empire, the Sardinian throne, and the Kingdom of Etruria, tbe formation whereof, in favor of Prince Napoleon, I pre sume you have divined. The first thing to do for the latter will be to prevent any disorganisation in what wma onoe the dnoal army." Dr. Hlce aad Slaverjfa. Rav. Dr. N. L. Rioe is regarded as a South ern man. As such, bis triumph in the eon test over the Theological Seminary, in Gen eral Assembly at Indianapolis, has been re garded a« a triumph in favor of pro-slavery sentiments. The Presbyter, published at Cincinnati, takes a different view of theosse. Dr. Mun fort says: "The neoeesity of patronage, will forbid this to be a Northern Seminary with South ern principles. Indeed, Dr. Rioe found it necessary to take high ami slavery ground before the Assembly. He declared himself in favor of the notion on slavery by the As- was opposed to the views of his pro-slavery brethren in the South. Tbe Seminary at Chicago could not be maintained under any other colors." That action of 1818 is decidedly tart on the subject. We published tbe substance of it some months sinoe. it is a sterling de nunciation of the Bystem of Amerioan slave ry and worthy the standing and character of the Old School Presbyterian Church. Narrow Escape of a Diver. Captain Glennie, a noted diver in the ser vice of St. John's Diving Company, had a very narrow escype from death near St. Johns, N. B., not long sinoe. A letter to one of the Boston owners of the Company gives tbe following particulars of the occurrence: "Captain Glennie had been under water for two hoars, looking for a mooring anobor, and bad just decided to come up, when tbe hoMft burst in tbe boat and tbe air onoe eeoa ping, tbe pressure of the water against bis dress drove the blood from tbe lower part of his body to bis head and neok, where the hel met kept the water off, and a vacuum was created. His head swelled to nearly double its sise, and tbe blood rusbed out through every pore. He was drawn np immediately •—say in about one minute—but waa wholly insensible, and those present thoaght him dead. He was completely black. In about an hour he came to bis senses, vomited np some blood and commenced to improve. He bae been doing well ever sinoe, and I hope will be able to leave his bed in a week or ten days. He has had *ary narrow eaoape from death." Clarlbaldi and Limit napoleon. Ths "Paris Gossip" of the Liverpool Joor nal says: "Rumors of the interview whioh tookplaoe at Alessandria before Garibaldi's departure on bis expedition have reached us even here. It seems that the smooth tongue of the Em peror had no power over Garibaldi. He is rough aud plain spoken, he told the murder er of French and Italian liberties a few of those wholesome truths wbieh may trouble his digestion of the lies with whioh be has been fed so long, and make them turn rather sour on bis stomaoh. It seems that the in terview was so stormy that it was put an end to rather abruptly, and the unrelenting na ture of tbe feeling by which Garibaldi is ao 22hfST* •in** h* hi« proclamation, wherein, while due acknowl edgment is made to the King of Sardinia for his aid in expelling tbe Austrians from Ital ian soil, no mention whatever is made of France or anything Frenoh whatever." NEW ADVERTISEMENT^ ||KCEIVEDTMI8 DAK.and foraaie: & Bbls. No, 8 Mackatel, 4 N o a u f, kits No. 2 de $ No. 1 de 6 4bbls. N0i do 40 Bxs. Herring—smoked, I Drama Codfttth. Jtme23d KKLLOGG 4 BIRGE. o MO KELT SALMON AND ALEWlVKfiJ jost re 0 oetvei and for sale by jeS KRLLOGG 4 BIROK, 5KEUtt CJ A 1 SAM'L ti. BRIDGES, Watehanker, Jeweler and Silversmith, DEALER IK Cloelta, letttr, Ulnr-Win, CtUeryeid MB mi UHUCM, KRGLISH Prompt and oarefnl attention given to the repair ing of WATCHK8, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Ae«, aad warranted te give BAnsr ACTIOS. «OLD PENS. An assortment of Dawson, Warren 4 Hyde's aal A. G. Baglj eelebraUd PXN8, aad Holders, ALL WARRANTBD. All Qeods warranted as represented, JW* or the money refunded. Jane 33, '59-dtf BAM'L O. BRIDGHS. r%mvm OMTKMS, \J FRKSH PEACHES, LOBbTERS, PINI Amm, *«., Jast received, fresh and new, at je32d KELLOGG 4 BIROE'S. OEHHAN SOAP. fA BOXES for ill* by OU J.lld No. i. With Walnut or Mahogany Table, with or without Box Top, which lock* down. Priee $1M and $110. THE No. .1. Same aiie aa No. S, bat runs with a belt and at a much higher rate of bpeed. This kiad ia well adapted to manufacturing Clothing or tot Leather work. Thus ia roally the chcapeet machine in the mar ket, as there ia no work den® on a Sewing Masfciae that it will not do. It ia confidently aaserted thai this machine rans easier than any machine aew in ase. Price $100. No. 4. Ibis machine haa a long arm to aeeoamo date large work. It rans at a high rate of speed, rans easily, and is, without a doubt, the best Ma chine for Tailors' uaeever offered to the aablte*— It is peculiarly fitted for plantation work, being very simple yet substantial and durable, with bat little liability to get out of order. Price $170. No. 6. Tbia ia anew and cheaper style, and a general favorite f«r Family, Light Leather, aad a gr^at variety ot work. It has been gotUn up with reference to furnishing a strong and durable, yet light and tasty Machine, at a less prioe than either of the above. Jt runa very eacy, rapidly, and i« pronounoed the best machine now in market for $80. No. 8. This is a Machine got op on an entirely new principle, different from anything ever be Tore offered to the public, and we confidently assert that for family ase it has not an eqaal. It is very light and tasty, rans very rapidly, i« almoet n"iaeiees in ita operation, and uses A STRAIGHT NKKDLK.— It is so arranged as U be utterly impossibls for it to miss stitches. It has a tension on both sides, and carries a large supply of thread oa the ander spooL The motions aregained by two sasalleranks that run withoat perceptible noise. The two threads are worked in sach a ma&aer as never to both pall at Ihe same time, and consequently little liable Ie break. The seam is very elastic, aad the thread dees net break in washing. It will do work better than any eheap machine now in SMUT ket,as it uses silk, cotton or linen with ftflaaifa cility. Priee $50. Descriptive Circulars furnished gratia* OFFICE, 4T/ Broadway, New York. W11ITNBY 4 LYON, Proprietors. Agents Wanted. [j»16d4w] Paras ts Trade for citjr Frspsrtf. WI6H to trade a farm in Van Bursa County for city property in Keokuk. Any one desiring to make a trade to suit me can obtain information aa to the location of u, y farm and m.v whereabouts at tbe Gate City office. WM. McNEE. Junel 0-dtf Cafclaot Olsso. An LB8. Bone N«e 1 and 2, aad "Kstra," Is OUU store and to arrive. For sals by A. J. WILKINSON, Sign of the Golden Eagle and Mortar, aprSO-d 06 Main«t» SUGAR-CURED, 25 No. 88 Main-st* FKBNCHPtt UNBi for sale by KKLLOGU 4 HI RUE, j«23d 88 Main t. WSiW* POHK. 1 t\ BBLS* for sale by 1U J«Md_ KELLO(Jt 4 BFIWHt. lANDLl&-^i» h»., iStar aid Mould, for Btle by myft KJCLLOUU 4 B1RUE. Ofor P-R GENUINE ARTICLE 1359, IWU WiTCHH, lewelift Pawy Goods, Spectacles, SILVER PLATED WABE, No. 1 Kates House, oorner Main and 5th ats. NEW QOOD8! 1 •onatantly reoeiring new gbdda, by Expreee, of the A E S S Y E S And peraona will alwaye find ay stock SBOGN0 TO NONE IN THE MARKET. TO ORDER. Goods of etery description made to order. E A I I N Ma\% KBLLOGU 4 BIROK. rLWlH. 1 A A BACKS reoeived to day and for sale low by 1UU je23d KELLOGG ft BIRGK. KPSOHSSLTS. f\ BBLS. KNGL18H and P.4W. for sals low by 1U A. J. WILKINSON, Bigs of the Golden Eagle and Mortar, juneild 96 Main*1. OLARKT WINE* CHOICE article reoeived thi« day, lor family use. For isie by KRLLOGU 4 BIRGK, ^nn*^ Main-st. WEED'S PATENT SEWING MACHINBS A*Vk gained the confidenoe of all who OM n then, and have proved one of the moet valu able inventions «f tbe age. Tb«y nee a Shuttle, making tbe Lock Btileh on both tides of the eloth alike, which cannot be unraveled or palled oat. They are all made with th* higeet meehanieal skill, and all warranted to work well on all kind* of good*, from the Lightest Fabric to Heavy Leather. In particular we would eall attention to our new Family Sewing Machine. It has been manufactured expreesly for Family Use, and haa met with favoffrom all- It ia ao timplified aa to render it almoat impossible to get oat of order, or derange ita operations indeed it is so simple as to astonish one, that so small a pieee of mechan ism will aew. Below we give a description of the different style of the We«d Patent: No. 1. Is a very oonveniat style, whieh eaa be worked by hand or foot, on or off its own table.— For the nonvenienee of shipping, and also for large manufactories where it is necessary to plane a number of machines into a long bench, making one table answer for all. Hriot $W(). OU sale by OQDEN, BROW NELL 4 CO,, may 3d CITY BOOK Broil __ DHIBD BEEF, received from Clnolnnati this morning, for sale by junel7 KELLOGG 4 BIR0E. BXS. received this day, and for sale jane 174 day, and for sale by KELLOGG 4 BIRuB, 99 Malawi. 9 MW A O I o|,w ngi. n. RESPECTFULLY TALLON solicits the attention of the Ladies to her NEW BTOCK of SPRING* & SUMMER GOODS. The latest styles and fashions nnd various quali fies, to sait all tastes, have been selected. Ronaota, Ribbon*, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWERS, Spring and Summer Shawls and Mantillas, VAUCT AIA rise, aoor saiars, AUD THOMPSON'S STEEL SPRING TON I OS, Laos Mite, Embroideries, Collars, Hair Braid, and every thing asunllv ooapprised in this dspart ment will be found in retail. Pply ter store, at wholesale aad [aprlld] NO. 61 MAIN-ST. Now Spring Goods. MISS A. KlNtt, informs ths Ladies JRLA| of Keokuk, that she has returned with a large stock of MILLINERY GOODS, which she will sell at very low priees. Her store isoa the south side of Main street, between 2nd and 3d. _apr 13 d. RANGES andlEMONH.by the box or doaen, sals by COLLIERS 4 ROBERTBON. mchlSd 1886. Through Tickets TO ALL THS 'PRINCIPAL PLAOGL BAST, NORTH & SOUTH-EAST! ^•"Allowing Passengers to stop at any point* and resume their jomrney at leisure, oaa be pro* cured at the GENERAL RAILROAD & STEAMBOAT TICKET OFFIC E, Streett between Firet amd T*trtren rmftoirr June 17th, lSIS-d SMSM( orroarri BILLIUGS BOVIB. KEOKUK. IOWA. J. R. TKWKSBURY, Ticket Agent. CONTRACTS TO AND FROM ALL EAbTKRN CITIM can bs ssuado sis iIsia ofiico. Damages and over-oharges settled promptly. Life, Tire and Marine Inturenco Agency. XDOLICIKS of Iasaranee issued at the lowest rates in the following reliable first class com* panies: TH* MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, or mnr TOES This is the safest and most reliable Life Insuraaee Compaav in the world, with an accumulated faad of over •4,000,000. AVIAN TIC FIRK AND MARINK INS. 00., or raoriDSMCB, a. i. Capital tl*0,000 OO. SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARIMB INS. 00., •F41H0FI1LD, LASS. Capital 1140,000* rait* §ARI*E 4 FIRE IBSUBAVCS PBOftla. ILL. Capital §400,000 00. Those desiring Insnraaoe will 4o well te eall at the Agency Oflee of 0. R. DIMOND. Jaael 8dlm Mala-st., over Ogdsa 'a Book Blase, I V E A N I 9 I K I N S U A N E I I N S U A N E A general Insurance business promptly attmdsd to in the fol lowing highly responsible Companies AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY. 69 BABTfORD, OOm.—CAPITAL $1,600,000. NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, OF BABTVORft, CT.—CAPITAL $300,000. CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OV MSW MATSM, CO**.—CAPITAL $200,000. PINE MUTUAL LIFE DIB. 00. ov nnuwiwu, PB**.—CAPITAL $800,000. #PMkHa|S, Merchandise. Factories, Dwell ings aad contents laeared at rates as lew other Compaaiee who pay their losses. H. B. TEN-KYCK, Agent, Oflee server aad Malt sts., Keokak, Iowa. juaeTdlai niicus MI cucimuTf uiuan u ^Only eae change of oars between Chieace a Ciacinaati. Passenger Trains leave theGt.Cen Depot, fool of Lake street, Chicago. Patent 8 ing Cars ea Night Trains. Condensed Time Table ICtiicaati iHetance from STATIONS. Cincinnati Ci .Looisvltte Kxpreea. .Lesn Chicago Michigan City.. Reynolds.. latayette Thornton.. Indianapolis Bhelbyville Lawrsaoebargh Ciaslnnati. 7 ISaai.i 7.3Sr.n 0.40 12.40 r.a. 31.45 3.12 4 44 fO.Ol 8.36 10.00 1.0S A S10 3.15 4.40 •0.05 8 40 147 ITS 310 236 see W.40 4.18 «.1» I. "Plain aad Pleasant Talk aboat Fmits, era aad Faming." By Henry Ward Beeehsr. lfcse. #130. 5.08 TJO U8 Crawfordsville Greeaeastle............... BlooftiB£ioD»f Mitchell New Albany.. :... Oelambus... Wheeling.................. 20 minutes allowtd for Meals at Statioas nated thas: •Breakfast, Dinner. fSappor. '|VWU NEW HOOKS, Bt USSR 1 WARD REEVHKR. 205 148 283 344 8*3 620 11.10 3J0 11X3 4.10 A3. 11.03 T.JS It will he seen by the above that Mr. Beacher: psars before the public in BOOK roan, as a writar Agriealtnrs, Horticultural and FlerieaKaral jsets. It will ao dopbt be aews to mnj thai Ie wide repalatloa as aa Orator, Preaaher aad Wri mast ha added that of a practioal Farmer, and Frail-grower, for saeh he is aad has but tbe bosk snsaks for iuelf. II. "Views and Experiences of Religions 8a ieets or, New Bier Papers." By Henry W Beecher. Heat lime. $129. The above voiameesBtaias, amoag other esting matter, Ike celebrated "Theodore Parker Articles oa Total Depravity, aad tke aew speech before the (Boston) Amerieaa Tract ia answer to Daniel Lord, Esq., theroaghljr vised by the aathor. A liberal dlesenat to Ihe trade. Booksellers wishing early supplies, will forward their orders without delay. Just reoeived and for sale at OGDEN, BKOWNKLL A 00.'# CITT BOOK Broas, Jans 21, *W-d No. 8t Mala-st. MEN WANTED SMART MKN, WITH GOOD TEAMB, suitable Wagons for peddling Sieves, waa This number of men eaa bavs steady employ for from 1 to 3 years. They are wanted to travel in Missouri, Iowa, II nois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Kansas. Good references required and given. BLANKBooks. Eavslspsi. White, Buff, Canary, Opaqne, all aisss. For sale by W. Juneldd Eo.#y#laln^st.WECTOOTT, REDUCTION IN PRIOR. UNABRIDGED DICTION VV can be bought for #8, at 0&DEN, BROWNKLL 4 CO.*8, jel3dd 8i Maia-et RACING PAPKR^ TriacIng cioth—Dowsa Patent—all width*, for sale by OGDEN BROWNELL 4 00., jelS 82 Main st ORCELAIN PUHP INKSTAND®—A newsd just reoeived by OGDEN, BROWNELL 4 CO., jell 82 Main-s TPanic i B. A. WILLIAMS. Keokak, June 10-dAwlm aTATtOOflRR V* BOOKS, Day Books, Ledgers, Joarnai Cash Invoice Buofes, Letter Books*$ Books, Composition Books, Copy Books. Paps ro. Foolseap.Blll sap, Legal safe feneket poet, Pee st note, Commercial letter, Commercial note, Ba Post, Billet noie, Wall papanr, Wladew pays) Wrapping papers. FLIJ1B. ANOTHERPARR'Sby sappiy of this oelebrated Wifti Fluid ast reoeived, OGDEN, BROWNELL 4 00„ CITT Boo* 8roap, Janel&d No. 8S Malawi MIND PAPER. rn REAMS Baxter's 11 rat quality, numbers dv/ 1, 2, and assorted, for sale very low A. J. WILKINSON, Sign of lbs Golden Eagle and Mortar, 99 Main-st Tke Ramfea off Now York, HEIR Dealers, the Clearing House, and of 1887, with a financial chart, by Gibbons This day received by OGDEN, BROWNELL 4 CO., •y»d 81 Main-st JAVA, Lagaayra, Costa Rica and RiolSolMr mh26-f COLLIKR 4 ROBERTSON.