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SATVHDAV MORNING, OCT. 15 Cmrmmw of sale st thia office. office. Nctai aid Mala etreete. JOB PRINTING, Of a)! kinda, to ©Tder, promptly and aaU isfaotorilv, at low prioee. BLANKS kept on band for tale. ^B»MLANK N0T8l|BNtl]r printed VLANI nORTQAekl thi* office. DEEDS, "A new grinaaflluBi, for the ladies alooo, was inaugurated at New York on Wedneeday last, by remarks from Henry Ward Beeeher and others. Mr. Beeeher thought that ladieo had no occupation exoept swseping the streot«| BOW that their own sweeping had been given over to domeetics, and that they had better drive tbeir horse* for exeroise if they oould find nothing else to do. Tbs gymnasium is opened by a Mies Hall, and is loeated on At lantic street, nearly opposite the Athenaoum. ,f The Kennebec Journal says that a few •ears sinee the wife of the then Amenoan Minister to England reeeived from a friend in New England a box of autumnal leavee, eeleotop for their beauty and the variety or tints. The lady wore them as ornaments, and they attraoted much attention and were greatlv admired by the Englieh people. Since then these leaves have been in demand there, and every autumn packages are sent over in tbe steamers. SALIor "ONLY."—-Thefarmsolongknown as the residence of the Hon. Henry A. Wise, Governor of Virginia, was sold by that gen tleman recently to Cspt. Finney for the sum of $18,000. The farm contains about 400 aores of fertile and productive land, and liee In Aocoinao oounty. Samuel Ruseall, formerly a distin guished merohant of' tbe firm of Russell k **ouu«U, Si. Louie, uiou in Mint city on Sun to? 1Mt. raltsriaa C*urc||« The Rev. L. Billing*, of Qoiney, will preach in the Unitarian Church to-morrow, (Sunday), at the usual hour*. Pay V*arTax«i Coupons for tale OetlSdtf Octll-d 8V Main-et. ALSO New supply Beeoher'a Fa BBS AMI* EXTRA or ftritu It or LABINS for lilt It tk» .S*"JCSTICRS' BLANKS,Hotiee^Sub pnna*.and Executions for*aleat thiaoffice- I1.TMI ST DKI DI OFFICE. FOR SALE AT THIS ^B»ILLINOI* BLANK BKKBI far Sal* at thii Office. LANK neatly priaUd, la a farm approval by tit# test Lawyer*, for *ale at this office. Clip Bcrlpaai City Warrant*. For sale in iami to Rail, at this office.— Come and buy some and pay your taxee. (jy Cor reeled reports from the townships indioate that tbia ooaoty has given Dodge about 250 majority, aad clcotcd Uf&lb, Sheriff, by a mall majority. ECONOMICAL.—The large importation of Democratio TO tor a at Burlington not only serves to awoll tha Loeofoeo majority, but also serves an important purpose in magni fying the importanos of the eity. Tha *§tU usee it in that way to shame Keokuk. 'Col. Forney publishes a long and bit tor article on the death of Broderiok. Forney says of Broderiok ia the anti-Leoompton re* bellion: "A m»c of positive character, unbending rill, and iron nerve, he neither shruok from from the moment hie consoientioas convic tion* placed him in hostility to the moat fia. grant picoe of treachery in political aonaie, that he was entirely right and be, therefore, gave no beed to conssquences, but pursued a straight and onward course to ths end. He adopted no new views, but held on with oh art acteristic tenacity to the old teaobinge of the Democratic faith." Vol. Forney G&- tho reiponsibilit of his position, nor faltered, ease* wtach baffles the skill of the physician. The in a doable sense, in maintaining it. lie felt, madicine they administer to oct upon the bowela never Dri'UiS to reach the source of evil. Ibe diffi ealty if t» get the medicine which will reach all could hardly say the same of his friend Douglas, whose eepeoial admirers have crowed most lustily over the result of the late California election. The article from which we quote, concludes David C. Brod^rick has yielded up his life for a aacred principle. If he bad surrender* ed to the blandishments of the Admmietra tion, he might to-day be living among bis numerous friend*. It wa* only because ho refused to abandon bis solemn pledges, that we are new called upon to mourn his untime* ly death. Thus has olosed a pure, beautiful and stainlees life! Thus has fallen tbe firtti great martyr to the politioal principles of the campaign of 1S5G We a«k tbe arch traitur to those principles if, 10 his old age, and in the dunset tSf hie life, he OAn feel that his hands are clear of tbe heart's blood of Davul C. Broderiok O E K O I A &AILY OATS CITT Orrwi, I Oct. 10, '69-dAw A Keokok, Oct. 15th- Fl#l?R-~ffqpsrflBe, ft 00 Spring wheat, ex tra, $2 12$ JPall wheat, extra, $2 to Hi 62|. BKAN AND SHORTS, 50 to 70 per 1 00. CORN—New J# toM. BARLEY—-Sprtag, dSatf, Fall, MaTto. WII K.AX^~Ia good demand. 9*11 MalOd Spring 60a76. OATS—$5. RY E—*5e to fOe in good demand. POTATOES—30c by the load retail hash, GROCERIES—-New Orleans Sugar, fair 74a£, prime 8a#J, elarlted liallt, crushed and loaf 11* telJL Molsaae*—Plantatioa 42 to 44s, B.H.44 to M, Golden Syrup, 76 to Wo. Coffee—Rio 12 to 12*. Java 18 to 19e. Laguyra, llfeo H. Riee, *|c. SOAP—Pains 6|e, Family He. CANDLES—Star 18 to 22, StssftBO 11, Mo a Id 124, summer preued, 16 LARD—10 to II reuil 12|«. BUTTER—Choice 16 to 17 retail SB to Si. HIDES—Dry 1 24 green, 6$ green sheep pelts to 60c green bog skins 26. HAY—Prairie$4} to $6 Timothy and Hunga rian, $H*$6 Baled do. $v| to $10* Retail, $12 SEEDS.—Hungarian Grasa, 40 to 46 esnt* tooth j, $1 70 to 1 76 Flax Seed, 8&a95. SUNDRIES—Oniona, 36 to40 Egga, S^aOc Feathers, 10c to S6e White Beans, 90c to 1 26. FR0IT—Green apple*, choice, $2 00 to $2 60 perbbl. Dried apple*,$1 76 to 2 00 per beah. Dried peaches, $2 50 to $276 Raisins, $S 00 to 3 60, CIIEEUE—W. R. 10 to 11 •, Denmark 8 te M. PROVISIONS—Ham* 10toll Shoulders 7* to 8 clear aide* 10 to 11. BEEF—l#a2|e groaa 3e to 6c per quarts*. SHEEP—$1 76 to $2 00 bead. HOGS.—Dreaaed, $6 64 to$6 M. SALT—G.A.,$1 75 to $1 80 per sash Kaaa wha, 2 00a210 per bbl. Liverpool, $226 per sack. Lake $2 00a2 16 V bbl. Flail—Mackerel, No. 1 $20 to $21 fl bbl No. 2 $16 to $16 No. 8 $12 to glS. White, No. 1 $6 to $6 ft*) half bbl. Cod FUh ttot?*. EXCBABSB.—On New York for currency 2 per asst. fergoid per oent. St. Louis per seat. SPECIAL NOTICES. BOTTLED ALE P. 01BBONS, Main at., near 7lb, keeps ior aale Wooda' celebrated Pitubargh Ale, in bottles, aad baa eonatantly on band a fall rapply of Riackber TJ, Raapberry, Otnger awl Cherry Cordial*. Alao, Pckb iMPoarai^ Brandiea, Wine*, Rams, Gin* and Wb:»k.for Medietcal and other purpoeoa, aag 20 dim I«, HM ITH 'S Elactrie Oil" curee Da. SMITH'S "Electrie Oil"eare* Paraljn*. la. SMITH'S "Ki*etrie Oil" core* Rheamatlsm. Da. SMITH*8"Electric Oil" care* Asthma. Da. SMITH'S "Eieetric Oil" cures Headache. lt*~ SMITH'S ^Bleetfie Oil" eares FUm. aogl»4 ^^..Daring the Sammer that has jaat pacaed away, tboaaaad* of sufferers from dysentery aad diarrhoea have been relieved by the as* of IIoetet ter'« Bitter*, a medioin* whieh i* evidently des tined to maintain a permanent place in the public entimation. Billi u* diarrb«ea Is one of the -di*- Use digestive organ*, and give aimultaaooualy a rtuhof vigor to rid themaetree of thia diHut.— TbU problem is solved by the Bitter*, which never fail to conquer the most stubborn cases. It ia oely fair to say, that tianag the seas n ju-*t closed, this medieirie ba« achieved more care* than any other ever presented to the poblic, and daring the fall, wheu that terrible scourge, the Fever and Ague, ia *o prevalent, the Bitters will gain fre*b fame. For a*ie by Druggists and dealers generally, everywhere. Sold by P.Qissaas,£* JF« Kirs A Co., and J. 4. A ItLV. a. ei mm. Will won & Gnstln, WiOLXBALS DSAUeif XV TOBACCO,CIGARS, Ac., 8EST qUAL V1KC1N11IINIPACTIKKD TOBACCO, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC i v i it Gal Cfcemrlug: and SaekiagTebacce, NO. S RvSTES Main-*t., near 6th aeptlMAw BeptJUUJw •Lee CoBBty Railroad BIX, HALE A CO. OHINKNE SttiAH CANE SVKIP. JMolasses UbT received a few more kega of that auperior manufactured by Judge Ballioger, and for sale by the gallon or keg, by 85 K. CAREY, HITS, FUW- FABMIMOofBeeoher'a View* and Ex pert enoea of Religions Sabjecu Fankwei Soutb wold DeQuincey s 4'Ava»tt*»." At UaUK£i,ftiWWJ8ELL ACO.'S CITT BOOK STOBB, Sep&Hl No. 62 MainmU Ha s. Sogar-cured and 1'ork-house, for sals by KELLOGG A BiRGE, BWltd Bi.S^MaiMt# AT HOUSE, awlk KEOKUK,IOWA. Keokuk ftursery. inn nnn TREES FOR &AL.E, AS A vUjvUu low as can be boaght at any good nursery in tbe West. Varietieg to suit theelimate and so:i. Dwarf Fear and i'e^cb Tree*, Ornameo tal Treee and tfhruta Houghton's seedling Oooee berry red and white Uurranu, Raspberries, Mraw berry plant*, and Grape root*. Time for trans planting, from September to June. Orders may bekft at iSo. 4 Estes House, Main street, Reokak. WM. BARNX6. Sept 2V-dAw Prime* ef (fee He«*e of Davis, and The Pillar mt Fire. ANEW supply of the above popular hooka just reeetf«d*n4 for saio at OGDEN, BROW NELL A CO, CITT BOOK Sroaa. SeptSl-d Nol 62 Main-it^ soss KALI FEW RAILROAD 11CKKTS TO NEW YORK, at much las* than the regular rate*, if called for soon. KELLOGG A B1RGE. fapt23d J. D. PATRICK, AfCBt for tbe Gale ltjr flluale Bisri, NO. 7a MAIN-bT., WILLsell new or aecond-haBd PIANOS and MELODEONS on coiuuiiaaion will REPAIR P1AN06, MKL0DE0N6, the machine head* of Gl'lTAKS, Ac., and will auperinteud the removal of Piano*, or their packing i*c ehiputeak ^^.Cbargea moderate. IOKEPH BLECH,S I o e S a o o n No. 198 Main-st., bet. 8tb and 9tb. pUK Ladies and Gentlemen of the city who wish A to get a plate of good loe-Cream, are invited to call on Je». Bieeh. He will have three or foar kind* every day, and also fresh Strawtoerriee. All orders for ic«-Creain promptly oa the tiiortest notice. Keokuk, June 1st, 186tf-d Confctftas^a ASmitratty. Mates. For eaie at RROWNELL A CO.'S CITT BOOK STOBB. SepSOd U Main«pt. IHilNtH.EilGUSH njif. O TIONARY for aale by scp8t OGDHN, BROWNELLACO. LirriJ#, BhOWN a CO.'o Edition of HOOD'S POfcMb 32mo. Blue and Gold. Just received and for aale at OGDKN, BROWNKLL A CO.'S •ept^O 62 Main-*t. »MOIJL.i»ICMS, Wholesale and Retail, by KRLLOU aagU GREAT INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH E87.S imT JOB PRINTING DONS AT CHEAPEST RATES* IN GOOD STYLE, ON aim Daily Gate City JOB OFFICE. Bate# well sapplled with everything •syw CARD STOCK, €Hvtag as great advanuges ia both qaaHty aad price. Baying at bead-qaarteni at the lowest wholesale Caab prioea, wt- can fill order* for Printing at very i»v rates* ana »t\U live. PUNCTUALITY Is the rale ia thisOfteo. Work sea always he had according to promise- PM*JL11 kind* of BOOK JOB WQR1, plain and faaey, doae with despatch* BlLLf OF LADING, BILL-HEADS, 4 ILLTNOfS MSD6, WeJbave Wiuuxsoa, BAasum, BaAnas. We have, besides, a quantity of Mather's Blaok Inks,still andi^poeed of, than whieh there are better in market. All of whieh we will sell at manufacturers' pri om, for eash. Mathers Inks. Anew tot, in 20 26 and 30 lb. kegs, and Afar sty of Colored Inks, just reeeived at this Ofioe. FMhimble Tailoring Establish men! CO •s CO 3 fl r. E I O WOULD Oct. 6J'60-dAw lm ALL u' fl^llE Admiralty Jurisdictioa, Law and Practice A of the Court* of the Luited "Tr KELLOGG A BIRGJfl, tlMaiait. OF neest—ty It do GOOD WORK, and having recently madeconsiderable addition in tbe way of NEW PLAIN TYPE! Wa eanjgtake it to the internet of persons wanting Printing done, to give as a ©all. it hill jut nmM bin MM Imfjrtnitfi a very large aad ehoioe assortment of FINE PAPERS MORTGAGES, 4M1CSS BLANKS, NOTRS, for OOUPOKS, BANK. CHECKS. RAILROAD A STEAMBOAT TICKETS, WAGON RECEIPTS. BUSINESS CARDfi. VLSITLNG CARDS, Ac^Ae. Printing Inks. sale a quantity of WAUI'I OOIM* aolacs, which are jaatly oonsidered the best in market. Tbcrear* among them al 1 shade*of Redf Blue, Yellow aad Brown, and of all prices, from 76 oent* ap to $12 per !b. Alao White Ink, Gold Site and Varnwh, and nearly all gradea of Black Ink, of the aame manufacture. BOM P. S I reapectfully iaform tbe eitiaen* of Keokuk and vicinity that he haa just returned from the East, with a flue stock of Good* adapt ed to tbe Fall Trade, consisting in part of Fine Black Broadclotht EDDY'T CA*imtr» Fin* Black Doetkint FIARKU' French blk ribbed Doetkint Silk Fuiisoi, H. IN FURNISHING GOODS: Skirti, Collart, Cravatt, Qlovt*. Under-Skirti, Dravert, 9u*pendtn. 4-r., S-c. SOMETHING NEW. He ha* also made arrangement* with one of the leading Houae* in New York to supply hua with all the latectfashion* for Boy*' Clothing. octSd IOWA INSTITl TIOPf POK DE4F DUMB, AT IOWA CITY. rpHIS Institution is now open for papil*. Our 1 accern modations have been enlarged and im proved. Board and Tuition without charge. Those aiding to extend this notioe will eonfer a benefit upon an unfortunate class. AND M' WM. K. IJAMS, Principal. XKI.Bn HOOP* I I TBKII HOOPS 111 ANEW auppiy of Trea* Hoope, of the aisea usually wanted, together with a general as sortment of Coopers'Tools, juat received, aad for sale low by S. W. A H. TUCKER. SeptDd CMOO BOOBLS! It'HOOl. BOOKS I I kinds used in the Publio School* at our city, for sale at OGDEN, BROWNKLL A CO.'S 3rv BOOK STOBB, septM 52 Main-*U wa. wamm. jfoas 1 TURN EH CRAIG, A a e a a a w Asm SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, KMOKUK, JOWA Wtrusted ILL give strict attention to all buainess en to tbeir care, in Lee oounty, Iowa, and in Hancock oounty, 111. They will attend regalarly the Courte at Carthage. tBSU-Oflee over Ogden, Brownell A Co'a Book Store, Main Street. [anL'26-d6tn] TeBsTir'seVs l.ast. FflHB IDYLS OF THE KING, juat received by A OGDEN, BROWNKLL A CO., 52 Main atreet. It INSEED Oil AND LARD OIL for aale by Jaiy 11-4 OfiMTftl laivaice Agsacf. COB. RECORD AND 91A IN. li^VBB, LARK, RIVBB AND I IPP fH, 1 SURANG8 promptly attended to at this OSee Bettor aad more IMUBBSITT can be given at thia Agency than any other in this utj, aad less trouble after a loas. PLIENIX FIRK INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. Capital andinrplBa St90f7lt,70. MONTAUK FIRE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, capital aad Inrylns LORILLARD FIRE INS. CO., OF NEW YORK. Capital am* RBrpins SS64«S91.70* HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK. Caan Capital St,000,000. 1 CASB SoBn.os, JOLT 1ST, ISM, $467,88 JITNA INSURANCE COMPANY, MA.BTVOBD, OOI*H.—CAPITAL St, Brokers and Real Estate Dealers. SAMM. RANKIN, O I O O I E FOR NEARLY ALL THE STATES, NOTARY PUBLIC lntortna, 6eaenl, and Collcrtiig Ageil. Oomveyanoing and Steamboat Protecting done with accuracy and promptoeca. LIFE, FIHL AND HI A HI NE RISKS Taken in tbe following responsible companies, at tbe lowest rates. Tbe best ISDSMJIITT Septl6d 4m Orrics on SBOORD-ST. W. L. Wood IBBBLIABLK AGENT POM THE FOLLOWIRC l.lli: AND PIBK IN* BVBANOK COHIPANIPB: natual Bcaefit Life |BIB* CO. Net accumulation Jan. 1/59, $3,001,920.91. This Company ha* a larger accumulation com pared with its liabilities than any other Life In •uranoc Co. in the United Status. SB person* in this city have their live* insured ia this Company. LAMAR FIRE IN87CO. OV HUMBOLDT FIRE INT" September, 16, 18B-d GOODS AS OAN BE PURCHASED IN THIS CITY. Especial care has been taken in selecting Goods adapted to the wants of careful buyers. CASH BUYERS. CITIZEN** V1SITOBS WILI lIlfD THE CHEAPEST GOODS E V E O U O K E O K U K AT O S E S Second-Street. A U S O K O CLOTHS, CASVIIUEBES, VEITUI6S, SILKS, MEHINOEB, DELAINB) CASHIFLEKES TBAPKIIING DBK8I VOODN PRINTED, PLAID AND PLAIN FLANNELS HOUSEKEEPING GOODS Cortiia BuBSikit Shsdisgi tad Fixtnnt KSfoster OFFERS A VERY FINE STOCK Of SHAWLS AND CLOAKS, Zephyr and Shetland Hoods, LaAlee aad IBlsae* O O S K I S OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, VERY LOW 1 Sept. 23, '69-d HlcMarAaoa'a New ffletasiT for the Piano Porte. R. NATHAN RICHARDSON is known a* tbe anthor of the "Modern Suhool," which was without an equal or superior until he under took, conscientiously, to revise it Bnl rorr^t th» lautia wntch his own criucism, and that of others, had detected. In tbe present volume we have the perfected work, and we have no hesitation in ro oommending it as tbe soundest, the clearest, and altogeter the SSHT OR soot for teaching the Piano that has ever appeared.—IPhiia. Eve. Bulletin. For sale by M. W. W Ootid NEW FALL WHEAT FLOUR. WFall E have juat received a supply of No. 1 Wheat Flour, made from new wheat. COLLIERS A ROBERTSON, Julyl4~d 78 Maiu-st., near $d. EERRI Ali E ON FREE all full loads of Wheat and Rye brought to ua from IlLiuwu. W. H. AUSTIN A CO., aug28 118 Main-et. ^ULPHATI QUININE.—T00 oss. Power* O Weightmsua and Rosengarten A Son'* in store and for *ale by A. J. WILKINSON, Sign of the Golden Kagleaad Mortar, sept-lt tffl Main-st. Tlae Teacher's Asalstaat, Hint* and Method* in School Discipline and Inatruetlon, being a serieo of letters to one satering upon ths teacher's work. For sale by oct7d BROWNELL A 00. A LMA«AUB FOR 1BBO for *afe by il oet7 (MDAN, BR0WNEU. A 00. WHOLESALE $1,000,000. CASBbtjaruj*, Joir 1ST, 1869, $1,030,423. JMPBaildinge, Merchandise, Mill*, Factories, Household Fnrniture and Dwellings lnsared at as low rate* aa other Companies who pay their loases. H. B. TEN EYCK, Agent, Offiee corner 2d and Mai ats., Keokak, Iowa* Sept. 14, '60 dim Sample Rankin, given, all iocses speedily adjusted and paid CHARTER OAK LIFE INS. CO. or HARTFORD. GREAT WESTERN INS. A TRUST CO., PHILA. GIRARD FIRE A MARINE INS. CO., PHILA. STATE FLLTE A MARINE INS. CO., NIV HAvan HEW YORK. Caeh Capital $300,000. CO. OF NEW Caah Capital S«00,000. ATLANTIC FIRE INS. CO. or BROOKLYK,N. Y. Caah Capital SI50,OOO. QUAKER CITY INS. YORK. CO. OF PHILADKLPAIA. Capital and Surplus, Jan* 1*1849, •824,361 41, fe^Particular attention given to Marias aad Fireiaaurance. Contract Poliaies isaued* OFFICE—On Third-*t., Keokuk, Iowa. W. L. WOOD, Agent. P. D. FOSTER, Second-Street™ Keokuk, HAS NOW IN STORE A LABUE AND WKLL HIILEITED STOCK or Fancy and Staple Y O O S ADA lavltea tbe attention at allt (eellnf coafldent that MBGAiifUith'IH A^ CHEAT Uii»IBSIRBLE *00 Wo. ita DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Paints, Oils, Vunishfs, tun, sunviu, wmmv XI NOW OPEN TO CARTHAOB. TIME TABLE NO. 1, To take effect on and after Sept. 12,1869. rilWO TRAINS will leave Warsaw daily, (Sun 1 days excepted,) vis: Freight aad Accommoda tion Train Leave* Warsaw at......M.. 7:00 a. m. Keokak and Hamilton 7:30 a. m. Arrives at Carthage.... 8i30 a. m. RETURNING—Chicago Mail and Expreas Leave* Carthage at ...9:00 a.m. Keokuk and Hamilton ..^..10:00 a. m. Arrives at Warsaw ...10:20 a. m. Second Bxpreaa, Trala»nall ant THROUGH TO CHICAGO, Bt'RlilNOTON AQt lNCT RAILR'iAI' DIRECT- Leave* Warsaw, at .....MM...»....1:40 p. Keokuk .........mm...* 2 00 p. m« Arrive* at Carthage J:00 p. m. RETURNING—Freight and Aocommodation Train Leavee Carthage ..4:S0 p.m. u Keokak and Hamilton at 6:60 p. as. Arrive* at Warsaw «*M**S4«e A:00 p. m. Jrains connect at Carthage with a fast lias of Troy Coaches, Carrying the United States Mail to the Chicago. Bnrllngton A Qulnry K. R..« MAKING SURE CONNECTIONS EA*TASD WIIT, Passengers leaving Keokuk on tbe 2 p. m. train reach Cbicarj at 7:15next morning. JMT*Leaving Chicago at 7:46 p. m. reach Keoknk at 10a. m. THROl'GH IN 14 HOURS.-*!* WB'PATENT SLEEPING CARS on all night trains on C. A R. R. THROCGH TICKETS over this route ts all the prinoipal places East, North and Soath' !East,ean be procured at the RAILROAD TICKET OFFICE, Main-*t., between TOALLOI THE EASTEHN CITVBST JBP'Passengers by tbis Route can viait thecltie* A Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York or Boston, at tht coit of a Ticket to New York or Motion aion* by other route*. tek THROUGH TICKETS can also be procured via ASHING TON CITY to the EA8TER1I CITIES, at and additional charge of $2. From CHICAGO and pints in the WEST and NORTH-WKST, connection* are made with THE BALTIMORE A OHIO R. R. a* follows HllCHICiAN CENTRALH. R. Via Michigan City, Lafayette, Indianapolis, Cin cinnati orColuuibuB also, Detroit A Cleveland. Mi elk. Sonth'n A Nortla'n lad. R. R. Via Toledo and Cleveland, or via Sandusky, Mansfield A Newark Railroad. Plttabnrgla.Ft. Wayae A Chicago R.R. Via Liuia, or Crentiine and Columbus, or via Sandusky, Manstield A Newark K. R. ENSURE P0R T1CKBT8 VIA WfiEELiM! tare Always aa Low as tbe LoWast 1 ^^PTROUGH TICKK1S A BAGGAGE CHECKS loan be procured at all the principal Railroad and ibieamboat Offices in the West. L. M. CO UK, Gen'1 Oct. T, 'lt SHIRTS iKSTCOTT, ¥7 Main-st. 1 50 •j 1st and 2d ..KEOKUK. E.P. BFKLL, B.TEWKKBI KT, Superintendent. Tieket Agent. Sept. 16, *6V QREAT RATIONAL ROUTE TO BALTinORi:, NEW TORK, PHILA. E 1 A A N O 1 O N AMB 0MT BO AN TO W A S I N O N I 1 The Baltimore & Ohio RAILROAD Terminates at Baltimore and Washington Oily on the East, and Wheeling. Hen Wood and Parkereburg on tbe W est, at whioh place it connects with Sfcilroads end Steam bo MB for and from all points in tbe WeBt, South-West & North-West AVD 1'RBMEHTS TO TUB TKiVtUSH PI BLJi! A SHORT AND DESIRABLE ROUTE Ticket Agent. W. P. SMITH, Master Transportation. E. F. FULLER, Gen'l Western Ag't. NOTICE, HAX SALE of Lot for coat of abating a aaisaaee I upon said Lot Owner s name Lot. Block* Tax. Coet. Unknown, 10 46 $4.60 $1.1# NOTICE is hereby given to tbu owner of the above deecribed lot that a special tax ha* been aa aessed and levied oa aaid lot, being tbe amennt ex pended by the City of Keokuk for abating a nul aunoe on the aame, and anlee* payment be made of the tax so levied, and also all coats, on or before the 27th day of October, A. D. I860, the said lot, or so much thereof as shall be neceeaary to di» oharge aaid tax and ot*ta, will be sold on the day aforesaid, at the Mayor s office in said city, be tween the hour* of 0 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m. C. C. STEVENS, Collector of theCity of Keokak. Sept. ST, 18*0 dtd SLSkviaajia skin a lUANurst'TCHT, AMD Ready-Made LinenDepot, Third *t., hot. Main A Johnson.......—.KEOKUK. MADE TO ORDER. A lit guaranteed. Gentlemen')* Linen altered or repaired. Children's Clothe* made to order. Pinking, Stamping, Embroidering, and all kinda of needle work executed in a superior manner. Manufacturers of Feather Artificial Flowers and Rvg&lia. R. A. J. SilLTHliKD A CO., Oct. 5-d Proprietor*. Prlce'a Glycerine. LBS. pure, inodorous Glycerine for tale by A. J. WILK1NLON, Sign of the Golden Eagle and .Mortar, OctSd 06 Main-tit. BUN II HI BR E LI, AS. ANOTHER lot of those desirable small Um brella* for Ladles, just rse#iv*d by P. D. FOSTER, Jane 6-d Seeond-st. HIGHEST nARKET XN CASH, PAID FOR Vlasii Corn, PB1CES TO SUIT THE TIMES I parkee ft Co.* MAT 24, 185&'' SO pea. Faat-colord Lawns, at iOocnta per yard. SO pes. Fins Chaily Delainea, at 1S| sts. per yaid. SO doe. Towels, a* iedrib, u. April 26-disAwly KEOKIJK, IOWA. Mississippi aid Wabash Railroad a AO pee. Pure Irish Linens, at 35 cents per yard. SO do*. Liaen Handkerchief*, at 6| eta. eadt. SBS Aollar per SOISB. SO doe. Linen Hack Towels, at Si BO per dotsa The abote at retail, together with a tog* Basortanl of SBABONABLfi OCODB, O A 8 0 Y 5 5 THE LARGEST STOCK OF Carpets, Floor Oil-Cloths, Met tings, Ac., Ac., Can slissy* hs/boad af /A*|th sheas ssfsMslNa«Bf» WALL PAPER" AT J^Tew I*ork Prices! 10,000 Pieces for Bale by W. B. GERRUfO. BLaln Straat, between 3A aai 4tlh* a e y O n a i JLnAtaa* Bleerea, Swiaa, New Btylef ORGANDIES, dark and light coloni LADIES' OOLLARS, A NEW ASSORTMBHf A W N S a n n e s i i a CHALLIES, RAREGE PATTERN DRESSES, I N I I A I PrencM Prints, VELVET RIBB0SB, MOSQUITO NETTING, Ac., Ac., Ac., A**» Just reoeived bj »IIU bet. 14 tad 4U» e w a A E I N S BOO BR A HeCOBMICK, BATIOE BBHCVBDTOTBSKB NEW STOKE, No Hi Marble Bnlldinga, Corner Of Ponrtn.at. an! WaihinrtoBAv*.( ABB BOW OFBINSA TBS UABQBST STOCK OW A E I N S Floor Oil Cloths, RAs'TINGR, SHA DBS, Ike., EVER OPENED WEST OF NEW YORE, To whieh we invite the attention of all Cash and prompt Time buyers. OUR PRICES Af uniformly Lower than antf oth'or hotm in Sept Retail, at Oats, Barter, Aad all ether Ofain aad Country Produce, by W. m» AUSXU) A CO., angH UftMaifr*. tht Wut. ROGERS k McCORMICK, NO. Ill BABBLE 11 I N U-|, Cor. 4th et. and Washington Ave., ST. LOC1B, ..... UlISSOIJHi, 23d Aw W E W o o S o e AND LEATHER STORE S,between6 rpHE un undersigned have opened a store] No. 136 muln-et., Reid'al ,between6th and 6th sta., where they will pleased to wait on thoae desiring BOOTS AND SHOES OF THE LATEST STYLES, AT LOW PRICSS Sole Leather, rill he Harness, Stirling, Bridle and Collar Leatner Sheep Skins, Pink Lining, and all kinda of Upper Leather, Oonatantly on hand. Alao, Shoe Findinga, Lasts Pegs, Ac. Desiring to msrit it, we ask a share of the pah» lis patronage. EVANS A B1DL&MAN. Keokuk, Sept. 3, '68-dAw FLOUR FJLOTO C'U Kj|p 1* CITY MILLS "FOUR ACE," Magnolia Mills, Gate City Milla, State Mljj^k ?!cur,fcr ZMLC, MM UKBATLT BBOQCBD FBICBS. Bnquir* at the ''City Milla," or at W. H. AUSTIN A CO.'S, 118 Main-sU PEEDI PBBB 1 1 BRAN,SHORTS, SCREENINGS, O V KOV «III:K *7 FRESH PEACHES. vrBDLrNqp, For sal* la qaaatities to sait buyers, at the "CITV MILLS," aug23 No. BA Levee. LOBSTERS, 1'INE APPLES, Jast reeeived, fresh aad new, at je23d KELLOGG A BIRGE^S* T|ac, 8c||#a, CONTAINING Sept30-d CAMTII.E fcOAP. Aj|n ftcxiiiBttaon Boon. Dialogues, Recitation*, Soagf, Daetn arid Little Drama* for the Sehool Room. Pricu only 25 e«nt*. For sale by OGDEN, BROWNELL A CO 4sn» LBS. blue mottled Marseille* in bosee BS OUU WBMIBBI), for sale very low by A W I K N SOU, Sign of tbe Golden Eagle aad Moctiur, June3-d Baia street. OERMANSOAP. #»A BOXES tax saJB by 50 leM XPLMMtt A BUMUk