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SA TURfiA MttHNrNfi, SEP?.
ICCM«
imTlCKIt* ULAN M.
a, Notice*,Sab.
,*nd Executions forsele at thisoflee.
#ri(X||IOII HLANE OKKUR for
Bale at this Ofliee.
^^•LANK DKKDW, neatly priatad, is a
form approval by the ban Lawyers, for lata at
this oftoe.
^THVIF »BIM
OPFlUg.
A Panama letter aays of the Chiriqni
graves—that gold exists in tbe graves, apd
also in the streams and mountains, is unde
niable, but i doubt if the quantity it as great
as generally reported. Tbe few foreignere
at present in tbe country have as yet obtained
but little, though they nave opened many
graves, i do not think that the whole part?
(and they moat at least number one hundred)
have obtained $500 of gold by digging. As
near as I tan estimate, about 400 pounds of
gold have been gotten out bjthe natives, and
perhaps half that quantity still remains in
their hands.
£9TThe New York Common Council art
trying to "lay pipe" on a grand aoale for the
November eleetioa. To enable tbt maehine
ry to work smoothly, they propose to create
some thirty new election dietriete, and to
abanga tbe boundariat of as many more.—
This it done to get Inspectors of their own
kidney appointed, to 'staff the ballot-boxes.'
The Kepubhoaa minority blaeked their game
for tha present, by leaving the majority with
ant a quorum. But tbe attempt will be re
newed. Democratic rascality
34.
Stfta |tt«9u,
JOB PKINTINO.
Of mil kind*, executed to order, promptly aSd sat
leiactorily, at
low
priee*.
BLANKS kept on hand for sale.
^•LANE RVTBI.neatlypnntad^Tr
tale at thi*
OCM.
j^DLANK
thii* office.
nORTAA«Et(«r»»l* at
ILLS or LADING for *ale
FOR BALI AT THIS
etty RerlyaBi fHy Warraati.
Pot sale in
IIIW
to tail, at this ol
Come and bay tome and paj yoor taxes.
P*Acass.—We are indebted to Mr*. B. A.
Will tame for fine specimens of peaohes,
raised on (heir premises. Their tree*, com
prising several delicious varieties, have been
remarkably prolific this season.
jfc^-Babbitt it a locky man. He makes
over ten thousand dollar* by hie nomination
for Lieai. Governor, while nil the reet of tbe
Locofoeo candidates on tbe State tioket make
nothing. Bat on the contrary will lose all
the money they may inveet in the oanvaee,
lo«e a goad ehare of the reputation they b*d
and be tbe woret beaten oandidatae that ever
eanvaaeed the State of Iowa.
Xfca ft'lrat eiactkaa at the Rial*.
At the firet elaetion nnder oar State gov
ernment for Superintendent of Publie In
atruetion, Judge Maeon and James Harlan
were tbe opposing candidate*. Harlan not
only beat Maeon in the Slate at large, but be
also beat him in the ooanty of Lee. Friends
of llarlan 2 Repabiioane of Lee! aeeiag that
the same parties are virtually before the peo
pie again, let that early vtetory of Harlan
over Mas on stimulate your hopes and your
exertions to aeeomplish a still more brilliant
victory for Harlan now, by electing the Re
pabiioan Candida tea to the Legislature.
UD
tha mttrop-
olis knows no bounds.
SHA*r, Vaar.—A negro man who pur
chased his freedom went to New York State,
and by rigid eoonemy saved $600, whieh he
antrasted to an itinerant leeturer to go to!
Delaware and buy his oldest daughter. The
leotarer was overcome on his abaritabla er
rand by a fair daughter of the State of Del
aware, whom be married and then pocketed
the $600 given to him bj the negro*
tejFThe Fauquir White Sulphur Springs,
of Virgitfia, a favorite watering piaoe of
Wathingtoniant, hat bean sold for $40,000.
The partbaatr it a resident of Carolina Co.,
Va.
[jyThe suspension of building in London
for one month will oeeasioa a loss of £330,
000 to the pnblio—the avenge earnings of
the strikers being 5s6d per day.
ftjnriveue as SSiiiiDga»««•«.
•t if'
a r. a.
McLean, Lowric, E W Eaaon, Mr* Look,
Butler, S Gilbert, W Griffin, W Branch, Saint
Louia^ Butcher,C Birnbaum, Pollock, Sd
dyvilie U 11 Bi*hop, Boston, Mas*. Arm
strong, B^onsboro, iowa Philips, Ieariatn
W Fhilips, Mereviaj A 8 Millar, Hamilton K
Colton, Athens, Me. lUmpeill, Jefferaonvillc
AM Phelp, Newburg Graves, Memphis S
Noutse, Cineinnati S Leouaid and 1 daagatan,
Louisiana, Mo. 1 Campbell, Haaaibalj O
Howe, Centervilie 6 8 Bonner, Farmington,* U
Hosskins, Iowa Wail, Keoaauqua K Stanley,
Chariton Sanderson, Lookport Hapgoed,
MaaSfiA J)ickinson, New 1'ork.
d- .V
Tbe Rev. If. W. Kvaos, Faster of thr'fcitftioetfce
stmt M. £. Church fur the ensuing year, will
preach uext Jeiandsgr, at 11 o'aleok a. m. and at 7|
p.m. [SftdSt]
LOVE
ME LITTLB, LOVE MI LONG. BY
Charles Keade.
For sale by OGDEN, BROW NELL
4r
iax
ite|l(l«ua Reilee*^^^
00.
til !«30 MM hftOlAli,
Dailv
(i«ts OiT »mm,
K«kuk,#
CORN—oid, 5« U t«w 30
Sept. ljp|h. I
fLQPK Osrperftie, ft Mr frpriaf wheht, ex
tra, $2 111, Fail wheat, extra,
|3 AO to $3*3}.
JMU» ASI M!iaaa^i»u70perlf«.
u3
A K K V 4 w
WHEATS In gtii dfSsawi. Sail WalOfl
Spring
OATS—II, ML
BYE—40e to 4fe little coming in.
POTATOK&>*-i#eky the load ratal) 40e bash.
GliOCEKlJii—New Qgrleana Sugar, fair 7^aS,
pW«ae Sfc*}, clarified 9ialC, cru*hed and loaf 11)
tell, Mo]as»e«—Plantation 42 to44c, 8. B.44
to »6, Golden Sjrup, 75 to Me. Coffea—Kio 12
to 1?|, Java,18 to IVc. Lagujra, 1S| to 14. JK^es^
jjo.
BOAP—Pain 6je, family He..,,
CANDLES—Star 18 to 21, Stearine 1«, Mould
12|, ftuatmer presaed, li
LARD-JO to 11 retail lljc,
Bl TIER—Choice 14 to 15 retail 90,scarce.
PlDSS—Dry 14 green, 7 green sheep pelts
•5 to 40c green hog akina 26.
HAY—Prairie $4* to
$i
SUNDRIIS—Oiioai, Mt«S0 Bgga, T^ate
Feather.,tOe to
IIMJ
FISH—Maekerel, to.! $20 to $1111 bbl No.
1 $16 to $10 28a. $12 to$LX. Wkit«,Ne. 1 $6 0
to $5 76^ half bbl. Cod Fish 6toty».
KXCIAMSB.—On Sew York for carreney 1 per
teat. for (old per eent. St Loata per eeat.
S E I A N O I E S
BOTTLED ALB.
P. GIBBONS, Main-at.,cear 7thf keep* ftr rale
Wooda' oelebrated Pitubargfa Ale, in butt lea, and
has eeeatantly ea hand a full »upplj of iltankber.
ry, Baapberry, Gta^ar and Cherry Cardials. Alao,
PORB IMPOBTID
aeglOdla
brandies, Wines, Rama, Gina Mid
Whjeky.lnr MadieiaalSAd othet parpoese*
Da. SMITil'b" Kieetric Oil" earea Deafnaes.
Da. BMITH'6 "Eleetric Oil"enrM Paralysis.
Dk. SMITH'S "Eloetrie Oil" eves Rkeaastiitt.
Da. SMITH'S "Electric Oil" cores Aathaa.
Da. (iMIIll'tj "Electric Oil" eur«*
Da. SMITH'S "EleetrieOil"earea Piles.
BaglVI
JV^UILLS AMD FEVER!
For sale by Druggists and dealers generally,
everywhere.
Sold by P. Gnaoas,
A.
Kara k Co., and J. Beans*.
Bept. 1
ii,
'69-dAw
Mississippi
IS
Vtucntesi, Banrurrt,
and Wabash Railroad
HOW OPEN TO
Don
4
Timothy and Hunga­
rian, $5*a$6 Baled do. $9« to$l«| He tail, $13
iH£KDM—11
safari
an Wraaa, At to 70 oenti
Timothy, $1 76 to 18© Fla* Seed, 85af*.
White Beans,9*e 1 li.
FKUir—Green apples, ehoiee, $2 0t to $1 SI
perhbl. Drted apples,$2 OS to 1 25 per baafc. Dried
peaches, $S to $SS» t*eeapeaekts file 116.
E*Uins,$S 00 to 3 60.
CIIKKSE—W. Jt.lt te 11 Denmark 8 to 10.
PKOVISIONS—iiaai 19to
11 Shoalders 7| te $
elear aide* 10 to 11.
BRKF—l}a2}c gross fte to fe perqaartsv.
BUEKP-$1 76 to $3 00*1 head.
HOGS.—Dressed, $i 00 to $490.
SALT—G.A., $1 to $1 66 per sack yens
wha, 200a210 per bbl. Liverpoel, $116 per sack.
Lake $2 0ta2 16 bbl.
CABTH46K.
TIME TABLE
NO. 1, v3
To take effsot on and after Sept. 12, 1859*
1*WO THAI Ma will leave Warsaw daily, (Baa
1 day* iicvpusd.j vis. Freight aad Aeceeaaaede
tion Tratu
Leave# Waraaw at 7:00 a. m.
Kcokak and Hamilton 7:39 a. m.
Afrives at Caithage a. m.
^RETUKNIHG—Chicago Mail and Express
Leaves Carthage at ...J*:o0 a.m.
Keokuk and liamiitoa ^..10.-00 a. m.
Arrivesat Warsaw 10:20 a. m.
lecead sua SI Bxprsaa,
Train—Blail
THROUGH TO
QHlCAliO, n« ltL.INOTO!t ItQIIlRCY
BAIL ROAD DIRECT.
Leave* Warsaw, at 1:40 p. m*
Keokuk 2:00 p. at.
Arrives at Carthage. p. m,
RETU RNING—Freight and Acoommodation Train
Leaves Carthage 4:80 p. as.
Keokuk aijd Hamilton at
b.'iO
LA^g L'as»engera
trauj_re*ch Chicago
United gtatee Mall to tha
Chicago. Hurliagton laiaey K. R««
MAKING BUKKCONNBCTLONB
M. THROUGH IN 14 HOURS.NI*
^VPATENT BLTEPING CAKS
trains on C.
ILI R.
ONon
on all night
Tlinol (iH TICKKTS over thia route ti
ail tbe principal plucks Ka»t, North and Boath
EaiitjCan U- prucured at the
RAILROAD TICKET OFWCE,
Main-st.,between 1st and2d
KEOKUK.
B.P.BI ELL, J.K.TEllltKBlKI,
TIU
per attendant. Ticket Agent.
6ept.
16, 'b\i
Lile, FI10 and Marina Insnranca
Agency.
pOUCLES
of Inruranee issued at tbe loweet
rates in the following reliable first elass com-
sanies
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
of wnr
COMPANY,
TOSS
Thia is the safest and most reltahie Life Insnraaoe
Company in tbe world, with an accumulated
Fund of over |OfOOO,OOOa
ATLANTIC FIAK AKD MARINE IBS. 00^
OV rBOTinBNCB, B. 1.
Captiat 1110,000 OO*
BP10R^LELD FIRE ABD MARLNE {XL,%0.I
SPBrMOTlBLD, MAIS*
Capital *160,000.
PEORIA MARINE A IIRE INSURANCE CO.
F§OE1Aj U«La
w
Ctflial t&OOyOOO OO.
Thoeedesiring Insurance will do well to call at
the Agency 0«ee of C. R. D1MOND,
aepi.lSdlm Man-iSt., overQgdan's
Booh See re,
INSBMD OIL AUD LARD OlL f^r aale^y
Ij KELLOGG A B1RGE,
July 13-d Maia-st.
^1 j'M
We kti« jut r«Rif$fl ftiB
v
CULLS
ciiWf
JOB PRINTING
AF CHEAPEST RATBB.
OOQD STYLE, OM'
1*1
JOB OFFIOR
Being well supplied with everything aeeesstvy
to do GOOD WORK, and having reoentl|r
aiede oonsiderable addition in the way of
NEW PLAIN TYPE!
Wa ean makt to tks lateratt af pertoat
waitii^ Printing dont, to girt va a oall.
We have, be«ides# a quantity of Mather's Blaek
Inks,still andispoeed of, than whieh there are none
better in market.
All of which we will eeli at manufacturers' pri
ase, for cash.
Mathers Inks.
A new lot, in Id, 2ft and .10 lb. kegs, and a ver
ety of Colored Inks, jest reeeived at thi* Offioe.
Keokuk Nursery.
fec^i
UM
ImfMHrtn.
a very large aad ehotee aasertsent ot
FINE PAPERS
iMM
CARD STOCK,
tiflag as great advantages in both quality and
prim.
Bwyiaf at heed ^natters aft the leweet wheleeale
Cash prices, we ean 111 orders fer Printing at very
low rates, and
ttili live.
yuKCTUALirr iJil
lis UM rait in this Office. W ork ean always he had
aoeordiag to promise.
^^All kinds of
flaia a sat faasft
ass FsvaaJ!
Chiils and Fever!! 1—One of the greatest reeaodles
that has ever been laid before the public, for Pe»
ver and Ague, and whieh has received the bigheat
eneooiittms from the press aud the people, ia Dr. J.
UosUtien Celebrated Bitters. Who wmld end are
the tortures arising from thia terrible disease,
wb« it o»n be ao easily cur.d? Who would on
dure kieepleaa utgfcta, barniog ferers and icy chiilt
alternately, when a remedy ean be obtained for a
sere trifle Aad yet how many families linger
out a painfa! existent* ander this deadly blight,
and gulp down nothing baa Qainine, antil it be
eomasas common aj their daily meaJa, and yet they
art* Dft relieved. None but the foolish and #eak
Wuuid
hi-s)tat« to procure these TaluaUx BiUora,
aad aave themaalves intense agouy.
BILLS OV LADING,
BILL-HEADS,
IOWA ILLINOIS DI
and after the l&th of Scptombtr, I will have
hang.for sak, a lot of choice
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Small Fruits and Shrabbery adapted to this eli
mate and the wants of the people e*peeiallj
Houghton's eeedliag Gooaaberry, red and white
Curranu, Raspberries, Strawberry plants and
Grap roots, lime for transplanting, from Sep
tember to one.
Orders may be left at No. Eatee Hoese, Main
street. WM. BARKIS.
Eaokuk, Aug. j, 'MM*w»m
FaU
p.m.
Arrives at Warsaw ...0:00 p. m.
Trains connect at Carthage with a fast line of
Troy Coaches,
Carrying the
Easvaaa Wasr.
leaving Keokuk on the 2 p. m.
7:15
JTF LT»ving C%at
next morning.
ioagoat
at 10a.
7:46
p. m.
roach Keokuk
Style
of Geots' Hats
IT TIE CITE nil miMftiBLE STQill
1 HA^ JUST RECEIVED THE FALL
STYLE OF SILK, CASSAMER A SOFTJ^
Hats, direct from the moat fashionable establish
ments in New York. 1 invite my old customers
and citiseas generally to call and examine them at
my room*, Bio. 94 lflala-et.t near 4 th.
Aug 30, 'tt-dlrn S. K. VOORH1E8.
Reokok
Book-Bindery,
AUD BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY*
made and ruled to any required
urt Records,Jasticee' Dockets, Aa
,Pell Books, Ae., Ac., furnished at
short notice.
JLSI1 tfUAIOj
I^LAUK Books
Ss£&*c.7
OldBaoks, Magasines, Masis,
Jttlyl3-d3m
I
Ft»hi*ntblc Ttiioriag EsUblisk-
•eat!
1
3f
8
&
1
AT **B
.M\
1
w?i
& I O
WOULD
HAS
the
the St.
JOB WORK,
with despatch.
MOBTG AGK8,
JUSTICES BLANKS,
BOTES,
OOUPONS.
tmm
checks^
BAILBOAD STEAMBOAT TICKETS,
WAGOS RBC£LPTS
IUSMB8
CARDS,
VISITING CABDS, AE^AE.
Printing Inks.
We have sal'- a quantity of Wane's Count*
nnliu, which are justly eonsidered the best in
market. There we asaong them all shades of Red,
Blue, fellow and Brown, and of all priees, from
76 cents np to $32per lb. Also White Ink, Hold
Bite and Varnuh, and nearly all gradaa of Biaok
Ink, of the aame manufacture.
in
Ae.,hoand er
boaad la anv etvle desired.
JMP-Vy Bindery will he found in MoOane'
Building. eoraer of Main ^nd Beeond-sts.
aep 11 -d ISAAC N. PKARCB.
Metropolitan Hotel,
CBICA«0, I i e i
tItUIS large and well farniehed Hotel,eentainiag
160 rooms, has recently changed hands—A. L.
Gatee retiring aud B. Skinner succeeding him.
J. W. Mason still remains aa SuBoriaUMmt
both Meesra. Skinner and Maeon are well known
throughout the western oountry as gentleamn of
ezperteaea in hotel keeping, and no ether aeauranee
is neeesaary that the Metropolitan will be eoadaet
ed la a manner deeerving the patronage af tha pah
lie. Board $l*&0 par day.
CIiOTHXNQ STOKB.
AM agnia in the Clothing btaeiaeea, and invite
all th*oM aettlera,as weil ea ail naw ones, So
jgiv* ma a oall at
BURKE'S CORNER,
Ifarthowaat oornar af Main and Third straata.
1 have every styie of goods for men's wear, whieh
will sell cheap for eastt. v,
Spring and Bummer Ooodl
nit everv taste. Ala
Is, Trunks, Carpet S
JflTOall andsss*Wl
May IN
To suit everv taste. Also, Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Carpet Saeks and Valises.
HARBYFULXQJff,
VUKSS UOUIIS.
f\pUBLE AND PLAIN BK1RT OBfiA NBIEt
U and HAItBGKB doable width Black BA
RKGES, jaetreeeived by
june6-d P. D. FORTBR.
O ALT.^ejtaaawka and Lake, in bbls., low, by
O
JJS
ra»
w. li. AUBT1JN A CO.
I S
respectfully inform the eitiaens of
Keokuk and vicinity thai bt. will return from
the Bast about the middle of Bcptember, with a
stock of Goods adapted to the Fall Trade,
consisting in part of
fHne Black Broadrlofht Eddy't CatinfTij
Tint Black Doetkxn* Harku'
Trench blk ribbed Doetkint Sifk Vetting*. §*,
IN FUBNISHING GOODS:
Skirl*, Cottert, Cruvatr, Glovtt,
Uniitr.Shirtt, Drtweri, Bmpenderw, ft.,
**Pt7d
Shortest Route East.
rrem Keetak sol|silacr, TolaSlo aad
all polssta esiat. via Qaiaey aad
6BBATWABAIH VALLEY
Llas,tlrect toTolwdlo.
fJIBAINS leave Quincy daily at $-46 p. at. (after
JL the arrival ol the morning Paeket from Kto
kakL and make close eonotctions with all diverg
ing line* East, North and Suth, forCairo, St Louta,
Iodiaoapolia, Cincinnati, Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo,
New Yurk, Boston, Philaielphta, Baltimore, and
Washington.
JSP*Pasaenger«
for
Middle, Western and Southern Iowa,
cbraska, Kansas, Ae.
THROUGH TICKETS to St. Louis, Louisville,
Cincinnati, and the Kant,may be had at the OAce
in Bent n a port.
Fare a« low as the lowest, to all Boathera
ana I-aaiCfD Cities.'
JWFaa#engirt by thu routr make sure connec
tions with the 6 1M. U.K. K. it Fairfield, reach
ing Ottumwa tbe aame evening. TKB
b. DW1GHT EATt»N,
#-c.
THROUGH TICKETS
Cincinnati and Indianapolis
save 149 miles distance and Nlaa boats time
over
Chicago Kcute, and IS hours time over
Louis Routes.
#4TDiatanee
bt
miles lees te folete than
Chicago.
jB^Fare aa lew as by any other route."fto
V^.Be sn Te and purchase your ticketa at tb«
"General Kailroad and bteamboat Ticket Oftee,"
at
tbe
corner of 2d and Main ata., under Thompeoa
4 Oi.'t Hanking House, Keokuk, Iowa.
/|P*Only ONK CUANGB OF CABS between
Qaifl%y and Tolede. H. B.TEN-BYCK, Ag*t,
H. (iuooaLL, Gen. Wee tern Ag't, Quincy.
aagl& dAw
18S& use.
Through Tickets
FROM KEOKUK
TO ALL TBI
PRINCIPAL PLACES
EAST, WORTH ft SOUTH-EAST!
^^*A1
lowing Passengers to stop at any point,
and resume their joarney at leisarv, ean he pro
cured at tbe
GENERAL RAILROAD STEAMBOAT
TICKKT «rilt£,
Main Street, betwtm Firtt and Stetnd
OPPOtlTB TBI BILLIMOt BOCa,
KEOEi»« IOWA.
J. B. TEWKBBUBY,
Tishet AgsaU
THOUGH FREIGHT «OftTltACTS
TO AND FROM ALL EASTERN C1TIKB «as
be made as Stela of I
over-charges settled promptly.
June 17tb, ISM-d
ReeKBfe,Pt. Oeanelnet Anianeseia
A I O A
I A N o I E
ONE DAILY TRAIN.
i^VK axd after thia date and unti (further notiee,
vr ONK Paarenger Train will ran each way
daily, (Sundays excepted,) aa follows
Leaving Keokuk at 9:10 a. m.
Leaving Bentonsport at 2:30 Pbli*'
Cenneeting at the latter piav, as heretofore,
with the ooaohea of the Western t*geCo., for all
Eints
hj
Superinteadeat.
^•TTicket Ofleeat Railroad liepot.
Ottee in Kilboarne'a Hloek.
Keokuk, Sept. 10,'68-dS-w
aeekak, ni.Plsaaaatft nmeatiar
RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME!
TWO DAILY it A1NJI
To take effect on Monday, Jane 6th, 185®.
FROM
and after the above date and until far
ther notice, two Passenger Trains will lsavs
Packct Depot, Keokuk aa foliowe
First Traia leavea Keokuk daily (Sma
days eaeeptedj at 0SOO A. X.
Second Train leaves Keokuk daily
(Sunday? excepted) at AtSO V. U.
First Train loaves Montrose dally
^Sundays eJtoepted)at 4lSO
Seaood Irain kavett Montroee daily
(Sundays escepteu) at (MOO r. at.
TBMPLIN, PLUMMKR A CO., Lessees.
1). W. I'AY'IS, Superintendent.
J. K. Tawaaaoar, Ticket Agent, Main-st.
^V*The above r«wd is now prejtared to faraieh
Cars for Pio-Nieit and plea*uro p*rhes on short no
tice and on tbe most favorabk Urine. For further
iaformatuiD apply at the "(bee ia Paeket Depot,
or to the SuperiDtendent.lBh
June6, '6U-dAw
N
A, M.
ORTH ATLANTIC STEAsfelTTP COMT^lV.
Regular Through
Lint
to
Sou FMtct«co,wis
PANAMA RAILROAD,
And connecting only with the steamer* Golden
Gate, Goidea Age, John L. Stephen* aad
Sonora, of the
Pacific Mail Steamthip Co. at Panama,
Direct to AtpinwalL
The splendid Steamships
BALTIC, ADRIATIC AND ATLANTIC,
Having been entirely refitted and adapted to tho
vauiornia trade, will hereafter run aa above,
leaving New York on the frth and 20th Of
each month, from the foot of Qeaal
street and North Hi ver,
%9L.Pa*sengers and Mails will be forwarded by
Panama Railroad, aad eonnect at Panama with the
Pacific Mail Steaiaahip Company's magnificent
Steamships, which will be in readtneee, and leave
IBMBDIATBLY
for San Fraacieoo.
1
barkad free of expense from Railroad, by Compa
ny 's Steamboat TuBOGA.
An experienced Surgeon is attached to eaeh akip.
Steerage PgSaengera found in cooked provisions,
bsdding, and aitendanoe. It is believed that the
ascommodalions afforded by the above ships are ua
saryaaasd by any in the world.
Septl&dBm
ULLPHATE
'1
QDININ¥.~T«O OIS.
Cai LfeOK,
FTIHB Trustees and patrous of Yellow Bprina
1 College beg lca«» toaali the attention of the
pahlie to the advantagee eBared by thU Institution
to those who,*flafcJO seeare
%a
munTlyJreaaote fre* the tsiqitations Incident to
largerQacas,ifanreslit the stadeat that «flat so
fwrurttle to stpiy. Eassoth, a small village
amend the InesftVuoll, is Sixteen mile* north
Burlington,and ia everywhereh*ied f'^ the healthi
ne«s
ol
Its location, and the Aorality of Ua elti-
ld. In pokatof economy* thio InStitntion enjoye
as advantage over any other with which we are
acquainted. Board including rooaaIprnished and
kept, can
be
hud
for ft 25
ym WSW, With a liber­
al reduction jor Board without
room $! 60. ibcrear*.- alto many vacant rooms in
the village, which young man, dtairing to econo
rniie, mav rcnt,oad aupply themsaivea with pro
vis t' ne, at a great saving of cuil. Young men of
approved piety, having th' Ministry in view, ean,
(if connected with the Hew School Presbyterian
Church), reoeive frum the Edueation Funi $80 p«r
year and their tnitioa paid by Seholarainps at
present vacant.
We have largest sad most eesaplete Phile
sophical and Chemieal Apparatus in the State.
4tb. The Faculty, composed of
experieneed
fessors and Teachers, give their
work of iastractien.
With all these consideration* in our favor, Ws
confidently aake our appeal to the public for
students and funds to oomplete the endowment of
the College.
The ne*t Term begin* S*pt. 1th. 1859.
For further partioulan, address Hon. WM. Haa
ma, or H. Laoaaan, Asf,, Kossath, Des Moinee
Ooanty, Iowa.
Aug. 31, 'M-d
iK'hi a rniAliB •BIIIKIAKV.
fT^HE aeesions of thia InsAitatien will be resumed
on Monday, Sept. Ith, te tbe haaement of the
Chatham vSquareCbasah^aaaM»ef Tib and Morgan
sts. These rooms hav#MnilasM dry and cool and
easy of access.
The Teachers secured te iastrnct in their differ
ent departments of study, are the following:
K«v. R. A. WILLIAMS,
WM. THOMPSOH, President.
H. Sraosa, Secretary.
Ang.lt, '»-d
SELECT ICBOWL IOR ftBOY«TAND
VIBLS.
MISS
FOSTER would respectfully inform ker
frienga and the patron* of her ecbaol, that
ahe will commenee another session, forenoon and
afternoon, on the 1st of October, in the same house
she now occupies at tbe corner of Sd and Blundeau
•treet. Her terms will be $3 per quarter for the
ordinary branches. She would also inform the eit
iaens that she is prepared to give instructions in Pi
ano Music, terms $8 per quarter also, Oil Paint
ing, terms $6 per quarter.
l.C. tOSTER.
Keokuk, August it, 18fr9«f
Facts in Dentistry.
Dr. L. C. MttERSOLL, Deatlat,
Desires to aall the spoeial attention of thoae who
wish to preserve their Teeth to the following
A S
I. The skill of the Dentist is seen in hiasueeess
in preserving tbe n a Sural organs.
II. The Teeth may be preserved through life.
III. Teeth affected with deeay mast be attended
te in season.
IV. Timely Mid skillful filling with pore gold
1« a
ctrlmtn
r**«dy for deeay.
V. It is a serious neglect to wait forteotb-ache
to drive the sufferer to a Dentist.
VI. Tartar destroys Teeth and Gums, without
the agency of deeay.
VII. Many suffer for years with Neuralgia of
the face,stumach and lungs, from no other muse
than t*4
Tteth.
VIII* Bad Teeth disfigure the countenance, in
feot the breath, derange the stomach, impair
health, distract the nerves, and war with good na
tare.
DR. INOERSOLL
Performs all operations on the leeth and Gums,
corrects irregularities of the Teeth, inserts
A I I I A E K
of the lieist Style and Finish,
Puts in Artificial Palates and Obturators for eleft
Palates.
Believing that tbe beat operations in Dentiatry
are the safest, and therefore the cheapest and most
satisfactory both to the operator aud patient, Dr.
I. does not offer any particular inducement* in the
line of "CnaarD««ISVKT,"preferring the patron
age of tbofea who
prefer the beet operation*,
Teeth,%nd
Foil,
CU.'B
Julyll-dAw
th$
hey will be em-
PBtGES TO
of
Pro­
wholt
time to the
Principal
Mm.8.F. WILLIAMS
Mra. E. H.CKAVEJi
Madam NKrS6
Mr. O. C. 1SBELL.
A Pr\«pectas of the l&stitatlon will be pubilsaeO,
and can be obtained oa application to tbe President
or Secretary of the Board of Truataes, or te the
Principal.
andean
appreciate the necessary eare aud skill *n pro
ducing them.
An examination of specimens both of
ArttfrM
of \ery beautiful fillings of OysfaJGelrf
is invitvd.
Price* for full set of Teeth, from $15 to
$176. Examination of the Teeth without charge.
le*TAi. ROOMS—Corner of Third and Main sts.,
over Rix,llaie A
Bank,Keokuk, Iowa.
Entrance on Third-et. [daclfidAwlyJ
m. II I ft, n. I.« nurgeom
Mnltil. Ottic#on Second-St.,
between Main and Johnson ftrcett, K
kuk, Iowa.
Dr. Hicks, in veaaeaing his eard ia'lhe pabile.
would oall atteution to a new style of "Plate
Work," which is peculiarly adapted to fiat, irregu
lar, and otherwise difficult jaws This improve
ment has been tested three years and has sustained
itaear)) }romite of filling a real want in plate
work. 1 he work is now worn by many of our most
prominent citikens, who give it eheaity approval,
and to whom be is permitted to refer thoee inter
ested.
Dr. II. is also mounting "Continuous Gum"
work, "Block" work, aad ordinary '"Gold Plate"
work, for which he has a superior stock of mate
rial. He is prepared fill teeth with *Gold Foil,
"AaheeiveGoid" and "Chrystal Gold," in the most
thorough and durable manner.
In view of the stringency in money matters
some allusion to
PBICRS
may not be improper
While, on tbe one hand, Dr. H. believe* it to he the
better policy, aa well as tbe honeater course, not
to work at all than to work at prices that will ne
oetsitate inferior work on the other hand he is
willing to conform in bis charges to tbe lower
standard of remuneration that other occupations
hae suffered.
With fifteen years'exprrience, a thorouch devo
tion to bis profession, and ao earnest desire to
please, he is determined to merit, and hopes to re
ceive, a continuation of the liberal patronage here
tofore enjoyed.
VIRGIL H. SULLIVAN & CO.
(srCCISSORS TO J. L-H0BM4 CO.,)
Fourth-strset, between Main and Johnson^
KEOKUK. ..IOWA,
IinPQl'EENSWARE.
n W E A N K A K
OLAf*S and CHINA, Kero
sene Lampe, Solar and Hanging Lamp*, Looking
Glasses, lea Trays, to. Ao.
Having purchased the lajfe and well selected
'he eld il C. £.
i.
Jan. IS*, 185V-dAw
he public are in­
formed tint the P. M. S. S. Co. always heve ON
OR MORE EXTRA STEAMERS ljiog at Panama,
ready for sea, to avoid any possible detention of
Paasengers or Mails, and embark their paaaen
gers by steamboat.
For passage apply at the only offi?e of the Com
pany, on the Wharf foot of Canal Street, North
River, to WM. H. WICILHAM.
Powers
fj Weightman and Roecngarten A ben's in Store
and fur sale by
A. J. WILKINSON,
Sign ed the Golden Bagle and Mortar,
eept-l®
2
Co., wm
be pleueed to hava a aall from one and all. W*
iatend to keep constantly on hand a oomplete stoek
both for a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE.
Raveiving our Goods
direct
riKB INMITKANri!..
niaeourl State Rlutssstl
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COAffAJTr,
Of ST. LOUIS.
ninaevons:
J. S. McCune, S. M. Kdgell, C.S. Greely,
E.Wyman, O. H.Peok, B.W.Alexander,
Jamee Smith, A.D.Pomeroy, D.I. Page.
R.8.ELLIOTT,Seo'y. S. M. ElXiKLL,Free't.
no nxTaA-suuiAaaous
AAA
Vfi Main-et.
RISKS TAKBI
V. B. HOLMES, General Agent,
dealdly A.BR IlMi MAN, Ag't, Keokuk.
tlCKDlI PORK,
I. BACON SHOULDERS,
LBS.
SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
Juat reeeived and tor sale by
W. H. AUSTIN A CO.,
aug23 US Main-et.
SAI.
SODA for sak very
•UUU low, to close it out, by
jj&i iCKLLOGG A BIRGE.
SUIT
10
THE TIMES I
Dirkee At Co.* i
HAT 24, 1859.
AO pes. fast~©©i*rd Lawns, at lO seats per yerd.
pee. Fine Chally Delaines, at 19) ets. per yard
46 fes. Pure Irish Lineas, at SA eente per yard|
AO dee. Linen Hendkerebtefs, at 6| sts. esib
90 don. teweis, at oan goilnr per doasn^
AO doe. Linen Huak Teweis, at it AO per
Tbe above at retail, together with a lcrgt
nasortmect of
jSrFOB GASH 0MLY!^S
TUB LABGB8T STOCK Of
Cmxpets, Floor OU-Cloths,
Corner of Fourth and Mnin streets,
KEOKUK JOWA
HAS
just reeeived a large and splendid stoek ol
FALL aa« WINTEH UOODI, of the
latest and most approved styles, purehaaed direeu
ly from the Importers and Manufacturers, and
will be sold on as reasonable term* as they ean be
purchased elsewhere.
The attention of City and Qoantry Merchants is
respectfully solicited.
septlSdAw
N E W
o o S o e
AND
LEATHER STORE!
HI rpHE undersigned have opened a storeVlfl
r|L 1 at No. Its Haln-as., Reid'afll
Block, bet weenbth and tth at*., where they willfe#
plesksed to wait on those desiring
SeOTS AND IHOKS
or THE LATEST STYLES, AT LOW PBI0XS
8ele Leather,
Hi
I
1.% •"%.
Mat]
ttng•, Ac., ate.,
Can ehesftjke fmm4 *1 the
lis aAeas
eetetHAmenf,
WALL PAPER
.a*
J\*ew TPork Priees!
10,000 Pieces for Sal* by
W. B. OBHRIHO,
•aln Itrsst, bstwoea li and Ath*
a e y O n i i n
LsMUsa* Sloowoa, Swiss, Wow If flsf0
OM GANDIESf dark and light
colore
LADUff' COLLARS, A SEW AfiSOEXMUIl.
A W N S
s
I s n n i
MOSQUITO
i k a
CH ALLIES,
BAREGE FATT1RN DRESSES,
Ak as Fi Ctt II I LL I A ff
traaeh Prlnta,
VELVET RIBBON^
NETTING,
Ac., Ao., to.,
Jast reoeived by
MiylD laiB-tt, bctld ud IU.
A 6 S E A N
WHOLESALE PEALKR
FOREIGN AHD DOMESTIC
Bi¥ etrooi,
WOT
ions, dke«.
Skjrttiif,
4 Bridle sod
Collar LenCher
Sheep Skins, rtOKXtning, and all kinds ol
Upper Leather,
Constantly on hand. Alao, Shoe Findings, Lasts
Pegs, Ae.
Deeiriag te merit it, w* ask a share of the pah*
EVANS A B1DLEMAN.
lie patrooace.
Keekak, Sept. S, 'Sft-dAw
cantm*
Main
Street,
HAIR-CUTTING
HAIR CUTTIHO
An
SHAVING ROOM.
2
Dcon above the Bilhnge
nomy and the principles of the
Coal,
rson TH* IBS YORK A WD FABUe
INOTON COAL KIIIIES,
WHOLESALE
CITY
from the manufactu­
rers, in England, France ana America, we will be
able to sell as low as any regular house in tbe West.
V. H. 8ULHVAN 4 00.
Haas
don* aoeordiag to Physiog
Coiffem.
Hair and Whisker* dyea to perfection, either
brtwu or blaek.
The Proprietor call* apeeial attention to hi* style
of Hair-Catting, aad challenges the profeeaion.
febll-dAwTy
and retail. Acknowledged by
all to be the beet Iowa Coal.
ThU auperior Coal delivered at Warsaw and Al«
exandria, in lots of 1,000 basheisand upwards, n|
low ratea. Ofteeon Thirdsatreet, near Main.
aug2Ad R. T. PLATT.
FLOUR1 FLOUR!
CHEAPl1 .'
MILLS "FOUR ACK,"
Magnolia Mills,
Gate City Mills,
Suta Mills.
and ofksrVah&s of Flour,for sale, Wholesale an4
Retail, ataaaarLv aanoona rajcas. Enquire at
the "City Mills," orat
W. H. AUBTI!* A C0.*S,
aug» 118 Maia-st.
EBED! FEKll
RAN,
I I
SHORTS,
6CMMiaafc
MlBiLIa8,
for sale in quantities to suit buyers, at the
"CITY MILLS,"
aag2S Wo. Si Levee.
HIHHKST «*KEIt PMICK,
|H OASH, PAID FOR
1 Wnaal,
i s
Data,
And all" other asf Chantry PrMluee, tqf
W. H. AUSTIN A CO
auglg li Maia-et.
BOXK^ Summer preased Candle*, a "gaSTi
tiele, for sale by
July lid KELLOGG A BIRGE.

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