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CITY DISPK^KAKl'• Bowiemher that the City Piapeneary i» ep«* eve t§ day r» 10 to 11 o'clock a. when the poor «sn receive Wo'ical and Surgical advice gratu itously. No charge for saedtotaee when aatkoriaed by tbe Mayor, or proper representative (if tbe City Coun ell Protnpl attendance i» rtqoirrd, a* no cites will receive Attention after tbe hour »-pn tfi. d. aeptsrd J.C IH'GHBS, Deaa. Jo MS.—Jones still persists in believing that he can perpetrate a good pun. We have fseaaoned tbo nutter over with him philoan a? ically, but so fur have futied in driving the •bstmate idea from bis bead. Jones attend ed the Douglaa meeting at Concert Hail on JVidiiy night. Three or four young persons if n misoellaneoius appearance kept "hallo* Ittg" for tbe Little Giant. Jones quietly re- i loarked, "What a hallo-cination tbose ohaps •re laboring under!" He proposes to change the name of Wheatland, after President Bu chanan retires from the White House, to liuck wheatlnnd. Jones anked us yesterday why the whistle of a steam engine was a Work of art. After the lupse of souse sec ond*. which we passed in eih-nee, he said— *'Beeau«e it is a modern Cart-tune." We rather suspect from his looks, when we eyed him closely, that tbis bed been suggested to him in some way. Tbe concluding effort of Jones' was late la*t night. He appeared a little sleepy. "My land lady," he remarked, "JS a kind woman, fche exerts bors'-lf daily to e ineaS iorate my cooditioo. Did you ever reflect," be con tinued with a yawn, "that a public dinner if a subject for a philanthropist? It always needs a-meal-y-oration I"— [N. O. Delta. DOCGLASISII AT TBS SOUTH.—Six DO produete.'* of the nominees on the Douglas electoral ticket in Tennessee have declined to act the part as signed them. In Florida, tbe Douglasite lictet has entirely oollapsed. A Breckin ridg* paper describes tbe Squattcrite elect oral ticket of Mississippi as "iike e mouth with a bad set of teeib full of vacancies We have doubt that Breckinridge and Lane will receive a nearly united vote of the Marcelline, Southern Democracy, carrying a Urge pro- u? portion of th. Southern electoral ,ote. S*KSI»L* DOCTO*.—A letter from Dr. #te. phen Dunoan, of Mississippi, a large planter, is attracting mueh attention South. Tbe Doctor says, "If the Union is to be dissolved, Denmark, G. B. Brackstt, 1 for one would be for selling out uiy pos i West Point, J. Hart, •essions immediately Any man of Montrose, R. II. Huston, and reflection cannot fail to see that, after dieunion, we would be In no better candi- i "enry co., A. U. Marsh, tion, in any one respect, ami almost in all Pilot Grove, J. Banuen, respects infinitely worse. Our taxes alone Franklin, Geo. Abbott, -ould cjnaume more than ona qwMMeUw pHmroso, B. C. Burt, oorirts upon the BaKimorfc ani Ohio Railroad, remember an aged couple living near Burton's Station, by tbe name of Church. Tbe busband, H«'nrv Church, was on« hun dred anl ten years old, and bis wife one hundred nnd eight. Several months since, the wiferlied, and last tn,cuh the husband »il tw«*d h's age i partner to the tomb, Mr. Church was a native of England, but came to America during the Revolutionary war, as a soldier in the Bntinh «noy, hut was ikei» prisoner at the baule of Yurklown, and af terward# oonciudcd to remmn in ihii? coun try. The pair leave several children who ere over eighty years of age. gSTThe Valparaiso Republican says that 65 foreigners took oat tbetr **free papers" in that place Ust Friday, end 61 of tbstt will vote for Lincoln. oIi)£(§j^e €iig. ~K K OT U K: TIIVRSnA V MORXrNG, OCT. 11. T*R Das Monti Vaixav WBI« is jubhshed •wry Monday at this office, is one of the oldest pa pers in lo*a, aid ha? a widely extended cireula tion throughout the Pm Mmncs Valley, Norther* Missouri, and Western Illinois. Republican Nominations. For President, AlHAHAn L1KCOLH. For Vice President, SJINKIBAL HAMLIN. For Con frets, S A HI HI. I. K. Cl'BTIS* jF"or Presidential Electors, it L«f%HlH....riTZ 1IF.NKY WtKKEN. J. A. PI INK. It# District, in. fflfFHI HSOK. 1 nd CHA». I'U'll ltOl. For Judge of 9*p. Court, €JF«. ii. UK IT.HT. For Sec'y of State, F.I.I A **«•.•». JFor Attorney General,„ C. t*. KOI'KNE. ror Auditor S.Vkl. (AITKLL. Treasurer, ,...J W JOl*. for Reg.Stats Land Office,...*. B. niLLCK. Tor Clerk Diatrict Court-* AH. KDINOLDS. County Svp't Com. Schools-*R* HI BBABD J. M. BECK will iddNHtliipM^ I#i lows: Montrose, October 33. Oharleston, 24. I'rimro#*', w 21. Weil Point 27. Big Mound, 29. Pilot Grove, 80. Kdmuod Jnr|rr*« Appointment. Edmund Jaeger, Esq., will address the people, in tbe German language,«§ sVeieek p. m. at the following places: Fort Madism. Monday October 15th* West Point, Tin^day lbth. Hsrri«on Tp., Wednesday 17th. Charleston, Thursday 18th. Jeffereon l'p., Friday lUlh. GRANB OUTPOURING!! 6reit Dry (or Keokuk! BRILLIANT~DISPLAY! 2500 Wide-Awakes! 25,000 People on the Ground! The grandest public dey Keokuk bee ever seen came eff yesterday. Tbe weather was clear and beautiful, end propitious aside from the high wind, whieh raised olouds of dust on tbe streets in tbe oity. At so early hour wagons by tbe hundred sod people by tbe thousand began to pour in from tbe country. Companies of Wide Awakes and crowds of people came in from Salem, Henry county, Pilot Grove, Big Mound, Primrose, Franklin, Charleston,and various other places in that direotion. The Ferry company bftdl both their boats running as fast as tbe wind would permit, and it took them till 3 o'clock in tbe after noon to get over all that wanted to oome, and many went baok on aooount of the delay. It was estimated that Over 8,000 people eame over from Illinois. Tbe K. A Ft. D. M. road brought down over a thousand, some ooming from Jeffer son, Van Buren and Davis eounties. Tbe train from Ft. Madison was delayed until after 12 o'clock, thus delaying the marching long beyond the hour appointed. On tbe arrival of this train the Chief Mar shall, Dr. Brice, with his efficient aids, got tbe various companies io motion. At tbis time tbe levee was crowded with Wide Awakes and outsiders, end presented a most brilliant appearauoe. As tbe oompanies marohed up Maio street, tbe Ft. Madison Wide Awakes attraotod particular attention. But even they were eclipsed by the beautiful company of handsome young ladies from Denmark representing the States of tbe Union. Their dress was very handsome, and with the wreaths on their heads and the neat i little banners in their.hands, their appear anoe was most picturesque. One young lady was dressed in black, for Kansas, but ber banner had the obeering inscription—" 1 am coming." We regretted that the young ladies had to wplk up tbe hill in tbe wind and dust. But just as soon as possible car riages were provided for tbem. We here give a list of tbe Wids Awsks oompanies, and tbe names of the Captains, so far as we could asoertain them St. Mary's, 111., U. C. Nicholson Cspteio. La Liarpe, D. B. Barnos, Terra Haute," John Logaft, Carthage Wm. Pierde, Montebello, 14 R. F. Smith, Fount. Green," T. Campbell, 41 Tbe Ballard. W,r roh ". i Bear C'eek and Wythe, •. n Birmingham, J. A. Moss, it Qujncy Gun Squad, Wood, Jj s 1 Si (I it (t U 44 it it it Keosauqae, R. L. MUler, Fairfield,——— Bentonsport, E. A. KuUner, Desmomes Valley Rangers mounted, W. M. G. Torrenee, Col., J. A. Vielltcep. Company A, Keokuk, llagney, roiling surface of tbe ground and tbe grand scenery of the blaff set off such a show to tbe highest advantage. What with the thrill iog music of man bandit, the firing of can* non, the plittcr of twenty five hundred lamps in tbe sun light, tbe waving of innumerable banners and transparency*, and tbe gor geously fitted up oare filled with beautiful young Indies, tbe seene was gay and grand beyond description. On arriving a*, tbe grove, the orowde gath ered chiefly around the main stand, and when order was obtained, S. F. Miller, Esqr., an nounced tbe offioers and speakers. Gov. Grimes spoke first, and after giving the glo* rious news from Pennsylvania, Obio and Indiana, which was received with repeated rounds of terriffic applause, said that this was tbe best speech he eould make, end be sbonid say no more. He was loudly nailed, but he persisted in his notion and took his seal. Mr. Browning, of Quiney, followed in e very able speech which oommanded the at tention and applause of tbose who could get near enough to hear him. There were two other stands, around wbiob crowds gathered, who were addressed by Henry O'Connor, of Musoatine, Mr. Reason, of Dea oine*, and Mr. Grimebaw, of Quin oy. We heard Mr. Kasson, only, for a short time, when he was doing first rate, and we bear the other spesohes highly spoken of. About 4 o'clock a general cry was raised for oompanies to form. As tbe vast majority h.d itarted earl io lb. morning, .nd uimd dinner .t the regular hoar, th. nail .a. 1 answered with alacrity, and in a short time all tbe vast throng with waving banners were marching down the Grand Avenue. Tbe sjeae presented at tbis time as tbe long pro c« ssion filed down the bold and beautiful bluff was truly splendid, not to say magnifi cent, and elicited the enthusiastic admiration of thousands of observers. him. We mey edd here that the very high wind which prevailed, rendered it exceedingly difficult for ai y speaker to make himself beard. On coming t»t« town, the Wide Awakes were marched to the various halls where ta bles were laid for over 3,UOO persons, with provisions enough for twice or thriee that number. SOOD after dark, Maio street was made brilliant by the torsb lights of the various companies and by abundant fire-works. Later in tbe evening, tbe prises were con tended for. Tbe contesting oompanies marohed down Main street, and were re viewed by the awarding oommittee. Tbe Ft. Mndison company took the benoer —a fine full-s sod likeness of Lincoln—for being tbe host drilled. Tbe Fountain Green (III.) oompany took the banner for being tbe largest company. The night was exceedingly unfavorable for evolutions. The high wind blew out many lights, ar the dust flew uncomforte b!y, yet the pavements were lined with spec tators all the evening. It was impossible for t» to gather Op the inoidents of tbe evening, or of the day. Want of spaoe and time compel us to omit many details inch we would be glad to give, and which desirved to be mentioned. Tbe various companies evidently took pride in making this a grand affair. Our own peo ple wer^ not behind hand. Mr. DeWolf's "abolition" company of girls, as tbe Jour nal oalled them, made a fine appearance, and another oar beautifully decorated, and two large carriages, all filled with young la dies in uniform dress, and with Bags fiyiog( added greatly to the interest of the occasion. We sannot omit to mention that tbe Ft. Madison company in passing down Main street for home, honored tbe Gate Citv with three rousing cheers. Tbe writer hereof, highly gratified, responded with en "inaudi ble 4 hoorab,'" end e "long mey tbey weve." Tbe grandest gala day of Keokuk, hitherto, ended et last, end here we stop for the present. dif Tom Corwin, in hie speech et Colon* bus, said "Democrats think Washington did not on* demand the gmenis of the whites and tbe blacks. Whan he wrote that letter express ing tbe hope that Slavery might soon disap pear out of the land, he didn't know what nigger to eweet for binuM 44 B, J. C. Parrott, Lincoln Rangers, (boys,) W. Burns, Soon after 12 o'clock, the procession took up the line of maroh out Johnson street to 12th, tbenoe to Main, and down Main to 7th, end tbenoe out by Grand Avenue to the Grove. We doubt If 4 e (fy The Baltimore Patriot, by all odds the Wtm'si bcu-iLvereit journal in tne United States, concedes the election of Mr. Lincoln to be inevitubie, and expresses its determi nation to make no further efforts to prevent I ...IK HI!, I I I A that result. 1 his is the general feeling in Baltimore. On Thursday nigbt last, tbe Americans of Baltimore met by oonmittecs to decide upon the oourse to be pursued by tb«m as a party in the corning Presidential election. It waa determined to oall a public weeting to be addressed l»y Henry Winter Dav i*. It is understuod that tbe proclivities of a Urge share of tbo Americans ar« for Lincoln, but local motives mry prev«Ot ef public expression of them. THE POPULAR VOTE IN 1856.—Tbe N. Y. "Tribune sh vs Republican eeks what proportion of popular vote w is oast for Col. Fremont in I 1856. We answer—just about one third.— 1 grander procession Fremont, L341,51^i Buchanan, 1,838,232 was ever seen in lows. It shone in ell its *llhnor®' »4,, a1.01*,1, no one doubts tb »t Mr. Lincoln will have the beauty on Grand Avenue, where there was highest vote of any candidate, and it will "Let tbe first turn in the morning be e turn no dust to obsours the vision, end where the probably roroh 1,600,000 to 1,700,000. out." VVrnqprmf ivp miiiiin« AM 1 1 Grand Republican Triumph in the three Middle States. PENNSYLVANIA, OHIO New York, North Carolina, Ohio, •Orcg 1 Sxa*. Vermont, Virginia, AND INDIANA REPUBLICAN ALL OVER Llnewti's Election A imre4 btpptl any doubt. Curtin Governor of Pennsylvania by over ten th out and majority OHIO URGE REPUBLICAN GAINS AND AN OVERWHELMING MAJORITY. Henry S. Lane triumphantly elected the first Republican Governor of Indiana! We have received e shower 6t 4iepatebee, from a great number of counties in Pennsyl vania, Obio and Indiana, showing large Re publican gains and indicating tbe triumph ant success of the Republican candidates in all those States. We have not time to pub lish those dispatcho# at length nor is it worth while. We can assure ouj Republican friends of glorious victories upon tbs au thority of tbe State Central Committee of Pennsylvania, and reliable returns from Ohio and Indiana, sufficient to settle the question. Mr. White, of tbe Chicago Tribune, tele graphed to Burlington yesterday morning et 3 o'olook, that be bad received a dispatch from Mr. McClure, Chairman of tbe Republican State Central Committees of Pennsylvania, ,aJiDS ,b Cortio Rtf'ubll0»n' tw0 "o«iMnd In consequenoe of this sudden breaking up of tbe aaeetii g, we were deprived of the pleasure of hearing Mr. Thomaason, of Cbi sago, who was sppointed to follow Mr* Browning. WTe trust, however, that bis stay in this city will be protraoted so that we still may have tbe privilege of listening to of electors to whiob each State is entitled, m.jor.ly Mr. White also says that Henry S. Lane it undoubtedly elected Uovernor of Indiana. There oan be no doubt iu regard to Ohio, for there are great Republican gains report ed in a largs number of Counties over tbe vote for Governor last year, when the Re publicans bad over 13,000 majority. Wc have no doubt that these reports ere reliable, and they settle the Presidential question in favor of Lincoln* Ut till* out. In these stirring political times, to grow more stirring from this time to November, precise figures in regard to the strength of parties in different States, and tbe number ere frequently inquired for. Tbe following gives tbe strength of parties et tbe last Presidential election, and the number of Electors whiob each State has. Cut it eat for reference: STAT«». SUM. VOTS. area. rman'r. fill. 'Hina, 9 4u:s» ArkanstS, 4 21.010 California, 4 Cieorgi Indiana, Ma 28,:. 62 10 7*7 W.Otsfc Connfcticat, 84 Delaware, Florida, .0^5 A, 10 1 1 43,711 2.fi!G 8.004 ses 6 ffi,«8t 1*5 348 linois, 10 ffi,«8t linois, Indiana, Kent uokjr, Maine, nr_y .^HHUIETTI, ichiijau, i tiiie.-ota, 1*5 348 06.1*» 4 fr New Hampshire New Jersey, fc7 ,444 It 118 070 94.3T5 122,3*6 l»wa, 4 3d, 170 43,054 u, 1 HO IS 74 .Ml 314 ft 22 0*4 Louisiaee, ft 7,4 16 20.70* 39,080 «7,lf» lmed. 1 3J25 8»11& Sftl 47 4^0 SB.240 108,190 r.26 6 52.136 Mtiisinsippi, 86 4*6 Missouri, 71 711 l.f 60 22.IW6 63,104 4H,624 oe*.. ... kseMii 88^146 42'i 7 46 U 29,2S» 24,5 la 195.074 276,004 10 48 246 in, S Pennsylvania, 27 Rh *\'(w States, admitted sines If 16. fHy Legislature MMKNT.—On he was about. Tbe Creator had private Mr. Johnson stood on a stump at Jones's understanding witb Ad^tn, wheo he sat him Wood, denouncing the conservative Demoo adrift from tbi garden, telling bim that in racy of New York as seoeesioniete.—[Wash, sortow he should eat tb" bread earned in the Constitution. sweat uf bis brow, that he would provide e i A 124 ti»4 3i»,»H6 170 874 137.49T 28,111 230.771 -de l^luid, IS,, Carolina Tennessee^ 147 ijftS i'fi'il 4 •,680 ll,4ftt. 1,676 ........ ......... 12 IS,636 66 117 4 31,1 t--y ......... 3 1ft 069 1ft 8P.700 16 f39 Wtojr usiss Sbauid Heed Rswiya* pera. It is a great mistake in female education to keep a young lady's time and attention devoted to only tbe fMshionable literature of tbe day. If you would qualify ber for con versation, you must give ber something to talk about —give her education with the ac tual world and its transpiring events. Urge ber to read tbe newspapers and become fa miliar witb tbe present character and im provement of our race. History is of soini? importance, but tbe past world is dead and wo have nothing to do with it. Our thoughts and our ooncerns should be for tbe present world, to know what it is, and improve tbe condition of iu. Lut her have an intelligent conversation concerning the mental, moral,, political and religious improvement of our times. Let the gudt'd annuals and poems ou the csntre-table be kept part of tbe time cov ered with weekly and daily journals. Let tbe whole familv—men, women end children —reed the newspapers. THSH ANP ma!t Now.—^"The right of eeeeesion be maintained. It is the last —the only bone of the South."—[Herschel V. Johnson^ Dotigias candidate for Vice President. Thus wrote Mr. Johnson, now of tbs elec# tioneerine firm of "Douglas A Johnson," oe August 30tb, 1551, to Robert White end others. Wednesday last, this same jarTbe New York Express is firmly of I to a eVAhnn iren. Che opinion that tbe new ooaution ticket 10 that Stato may just as easily get a majority Ot SB tj\/V.fU« i*t OU* UOUl'l# Ik* A Frenchman once attempted to walk after his head was cut off—and the only difficulty he encountered waa in taking the first step! To «al ftka (l/ii I I A ika ahaliini* get that 5,000 is the stioking point. DODOLAS MAN TO tbe 1 i »t HUNO.—Tbs Atlen* te Confederacy (Hambleton, editor) keeps tbe following announcement standing: "The Confederacy is in favor of resisting tbe inKuguration of Lincoln." Mr. Douglas says be is in favor of bang ing any Southern man higher than Hainan who resists the Linooln Administration. Poor llambletoo! A o n o n e e s e y s e o k e a y bas in oontempUtioa a magnum opus—a his tory of that Anna Augusta wbom Dr. John son remembered as e "stately lady in black velvet and diamonds," end who touched bim for the evil. (pgy i'hc Duke of Wellington's saying con neeted witb early rising, was not a bad one 1 £ffrom Blank wood'• MagaaiSfeJ St*bat mater. sr », s. WOBSUBY. Stood the maiden mother weeping, *y the Cross her aad watch km-piag, Near her dyit Son. and Lord Woe* wherewith the heart ta brofeMt* Sorrow never t» be ip^keti, tisaoio her, pieic:d her like a sword. tiw'dthe with what vantgriffa oppresaed more than woman bleteed, ther of (iod'i only Hon 1 what bittertu** came o'er her, W ben tbe dread doom (aa»ei before her, Seeing h«r Beloved undone can any stand by tearlra*, hen ao woe-bf^one and cbeerlcss Mourns th* Virgin undcfiled, t'hen the rirUDg angui«h nuutiher, be aees Ibe i^nderest mother Buffer with her Buffering ChiW Sacrifice for aina prevented, JMUK htie bebrkl lormer.tHi, For her poople sreurgfd and slSll) In this hour of denoUti'• rs„ In the apirit'i aeparation, She behold her dear One's pale. Love'* pore fountain let me borrow From thicitt angel a«nnc of »orriw: Muke me, auotber, maru with thee my heart'# h??»t cffiringa gives Bverinore to Chriat in hraven Let u.c Uli iruti terva&t be Holy Mother, draw DM, wis n«, Plant the Onirifitn! wtthin me Brand his wounds upon my heart! For uiv sake the Child atrickea— With Hi' blood my spirit qejiokea Half His agonies impart I Letnu- feci thy sore nffliction, And in Master's crucifixion Share, till liN 'u la«t dawn appeefSJ 8o, witb tbee 11 id ct *e frequeotllg, Daily would 1 k«)-el repenting, Meek companion of iby tears. Virgin qoeeo, renown'd forever, Vot froui me tby aweeUieo* sevor Bid me drink thy norr w'scup, Till my sympathising *pirU Ail Chzitf'-'e bitter paug» inherit, All his bleeding wounds count ep. Pierce me with my Saviour's p^erefngf, Let me taste the croanand cumngd, And for love the wine-press tread 1 Through tby kindling inspiratiu% Virgin, let me find iivuti»n In the doom of quick and deal, tet Christ's gaardian erots attend me, Aad His savins: death defend me, Oadied in Hoarm»of iuve! 1Vbn the body bleeps forsaken, |d other let my soul awaken InUod Paradise above ,176 ft.26S 4,P t3 4i,4.''.V (B^The students of Princeton College, New Jersey, are enjoying a precious row as well as those of Dartmouth. Tbe old custom of daily visitations of the rooms by the tu tors has been revived this year. The stu dents took umbrage at this arid set alt law at defiance, and a targe number have been sent away on probation for riotous eondoot. A few nights since they burnt down the old south college building, which was unocon pied and njt of much value. §y Victor Emaneel, according to a recent rumor from Italy, is again to be ex comtnu nicated, bis name bomg this time specia.ly mentioned in th* Bull. The previous ex communio ition included all who favored tbe sohemee against tbe Papal power, end if effectual, has, it is estimated, consigned no less than twelve millione of Italian souls to perdition.—[N. i". Post. «arin tbe oompany of "Aba's Boys," et Connersville, Ind., are 60 old Democrats— now for Lincoln. NEW AUVERTbKMENTM Original itattce. T" D. A. Isy, Jcr. iin'ih I'ay.J. Parrot! A Ce., Wm.A ft. L. Ru'tlw k, U \V. (iarrettsoa, Jaotea Burrow.', Kendall lli.w* Co., (defendant') YOUBOW 39,561 645 mi Wisoonsin, 5 &2 6«,6«e 520 Total, ses 1,8.10,232 60,310 1,311,514 874,707 are hereby reept-c iveiy UutitWd that there i» on file io ttafutticei,/ tLt Clerk of the District Court *f L«e emr.y, l»iw«,at Pt. Madison a petition of Cbaf. Allen, claiming a judgment on foreclosure ol a tuortggc against said L. A. Day f"r tbe *uin of thro* hundred aad twenty five dollar* with itm per cent, lutereat from tbe 20th day if December, lhi6, and at against all said defeiutants riy nig «Uo fer the foreclosure of a mortgage givMi by said A. Day to Chus X. Allen, upi n lot four (i) in block twanty-aiz (2tn in Kilbo urnt 'r addition to Keokuk, Lee ooanty, lwa ibe sale of said mortgaged premta**, tbe extin guishment of all equity of redemption therein, for costs and general relief Now you are notified to appear and answer said petition ou tin morning of Xhc 21 day of tbe nest rm of said Court, to Ik* boldea on tbe first Mon day of Deoimber, 1860, or dicres will be had therein kjr default. H. 8(X)TT HOWELL, Solicitor far 1360 dim (|T\l' TN 1 BONNETS, Is A I RIBBONS, FRENCH AMERICAN FLOWERS, FEATHERS, Ac. Cloaks, ihawl* and Zephyr Heeds, lloelerjr KID GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS, Dress Ttin^iefs and Fin HK»iir:itii:a, HoepKKirtsaad Corast#, BLACK LACK VAILS, and General Assortment of FANCY ARTTCL'RB. OctOd NO. 71 MAIN-ST. K I O K 1 K Shirt and Corset Manufactory, Ttstrd.«t., bet. (*IHISI A Jebasen. KBOKl K IOWA. SH1K18, 0L COKbKT^, BKA( ES, 8HiBT tfUP- l'OHTEHS, Ac., kept on hand, and mad.^ to qr- the shortest notioe, and warranted to fit, or exchanged. Gentlemen and Ladies' ooder-wear made ep to order. uvuotiara'e Lioea am-feu aou repaired* Stamping, Pinking, Machine Stitehing, Aa. _Oct»d us, Mi K t'H KR ft. H. B. T£ltf £YCK, General Insurance Agent, OOK. 8o AND MAIN &TH, Keokuk, Iswa, LMHK, MKH, HIVm jtf» Mm i!% SURANtlK promptly attended to at this Oftjoe. Better and more linnaimiTV can be given at this Agency than any other in this oily, |ess trouble after a loss. Mtna Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn., $2,194,100 Ham? li.sw nine Company, of New Tort, l,4572* North American In. Co., Hartford, i nn., City Ftre Insurance Co., of New Haven, Phacnur Fire Insurance Co,, of New York, Lorillard Fite Insurance Co., New l'ttrk', Connecticut Shtluul Life In. Co., Hartford, I K. J. W. BONK, Medical Examiner. jpiS~A. w. 3oo,oec 270 63 2»o,ooe Anni i OKlt'FlTU is authorised te receive appi icaiion* for all above Companies. Buildings, Merchandise, Mills, Factories, Bo usehold Furniture and Dwellings injured at as low rales a« other Companies who p«y their losses U. U. TKN-EYCK, Agent, Office comer 2d and Mail its., Keokuk, lewe. Oet, f, dim •in •••——j—»ii, Pdl'lLAK !K\IH:u Spring, I860. DURKEE & CO., Main-Street, Keokuk, ABE KBoiiviitii AND oriEKjsi© a LARQE STOCK 9 Foreign and Domentie DRY GOODS! Tbe following DHF.fiii eiienfteo., eta ew CTVLB and Kecaa? PIAIB msA 1 Crepe d* Bege, Mohair de Chena, 100 pieces Chnlly aeoavarioanii Silks, Foulard Brocho Barege Anglais, Bareged Flounced Robes, BiXkM foil d« Chevera, Balxorinss Organdis Hobes 8-4 Black Bareges, French Printed Jaconetts. 100 pes Printed Lawns at XO & 12 style—at Tie I^aines—« 12 1-2 cts Together witb fell aeeertsaeet «f ell kteds STAPLE Domcftttc Oooda, Itiwbicb we thail »frer pre^t rrinormect-. nni of ui lirui re»i(ta* in .#« Y'-rk. we "hail oci: inus U/.rectivc wimki) au||u(.i LbrougLvtel v CARPETS! lathis D«partm«ateaaalways he fesmdtbs lea teg stvle« of AXMIXS1KH VKLVKT-, TAl'KSTHY BRl HSKLLfi, iiii'ilHI Al. THH1R Pf,Yf PATKNT TAPKS'i'HY IN(?KAI?i, coriov WAHP INOKA1N8, JUST V^^ilAA'8 Oar system is Petitioner# w 1 j. WIRHKS P. TALI.ON toetll the attention of tbe Ladies to Ux liALL AND WlNim ^XOC£oi MILLINERY! OOHt'ltlSIKG AND A HEMPS, DKi'OUfcrtS, Fl/HJKOILCLOXIU Anf all kinds rf ci HTAin t.ooov n,T eu!tit i:R, At., etc., ONE PRICE OIVLYI KO VSV! ATI OK. E S A We wake sio ext: pii»ata tu this *wl AprS^ DUBKKE A CO. E W ST O K AVn NEW GOODS!! K1SEK Ac llll.US, Wo. 89 Ma in-Street, K E O i K I W i Have in atore fULL and for sale e AND COMPLETE 8TOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY Y O O S NOTIONS, Boots and Shoes, CLOTHING, CARPETS, STI Ail whieh toerc bought in Eastern markets FOK NEi CASH. Ciwee wuyere are reapectiuiiy invited to eianu oar stock before purehasiiig. Our motto is "qmlek. Saiee eed kweli Pre(its TERMS CASH! Oet. 6, *M. [d.'ii ierasn Wan. ON hundred boxes, Hi]) A Co.'s CineianatiJ fo rsaieby nov4d BfciLJiiKH'.-tiold«n lioLT 4 COl hyrup, Plan tail on and gar Hoase Molasses sale •eped COl.LIKRS A K-BRRTSONl Grain ItngH. 2W0,D00 rpiiK bd^t quality of 0-oiaburgh Sacks, by 264,000 m. bale or hundied, lor s ly 3,000,52^ oc!t)dAa2vr Pare cider Vliifgar. BUUN8 A KENTOKNl received axidlur sale. Wair^nted Pure.1 CuLLLKRS A ROKBRTboNl ostld OA BAttS prlate lr.o«l Applet for sale by apis COLLI KHS A RoHKK'I'SQl CRmmklikTiS—Just A N 11 received. 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