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CITT l)ll»Pi:!\SAHt. Rswamber that tbe City TMnpemfry is opea eve ry day fr«-aa 10 to 11 o'clock a. m-, when the p«or wan receive Medical and Surgical advice gratu itously. No cbarga for medicines wban authorised by the Mayor, or proper represeotativsof tbe City Coun cil. Prompt attendn ce it required, as no earos will raceive attentiea after the hour rperified. septlTd J. C. 111'OHBH, Dean. Tlfea AtirmpiaS Atianlaailea at I.out* Ni*|»oi«on. While on his tour in tbe South of France, at Toulon, s man shot at Louis Napoleon.— A woman standing near tbe assassin struck aside his arm, and so diverted tbe ball from its intended vioum. The London Times eludes an editorial upon tbe act with tbe fol lowing paragraph: Alexander predicted tbet tber* would be strange games at bis funeral, lie would be a bjld man who should pretend to foresee tbe nature of the orgie* which would cum mence on L^uis Napoleon's death during ths infancy of his sen. Ths empire is now what tbe French oall a 4 ood- fact." Founded by means to which it is now needless to refer, it has grown into «uoh proportions, and identified with so many destinies other than its own, that we know not what might be buried un dsr its ruins. Civil war in France and are action in Italy might be the first scenes in ths new European drama, tbe thought of which may well make our present difficulties seem tolerable. It is ^uite »*eihlt) to change our present condition for tbe worse. Louis Na poleon bas made himself necessary for tbs tun* to France and to Europe. If he ha* not established cUims to our gratitude, be bas succeeded io making us fear his premature death mors than tbe eontiouanee of his power. DtaaiocraiM opinions. The Charleston Mercury, the organ of tbs Democracy in that city, says Slavery is the natural and normal condi tion of tbe laboring man, whether whits black. The great evil of Northern free so ciety is, that il is burlben^d with a keivil* class of mechanics and Docgi.as's MrrreemxtfTOfp.—There •aye or uboiiii unfit Jar telj governt/itnI, and yet clothed with the at tributes and powers of citissns. Master and slave is a reUtion in society as necessary as that of part-ui and child and the Northern butps will yet have to introduce it. Tbeir tbtory of free government is a delusion. Another splinter from tbe Demooratie nlatform ia frona th* AlftbftCSi Msssss^cr is follows: free soeietff stake* at tbe eame.-~ What it but a conglomeration of greaty mechanic*, filthy operative*, small fisted farmers, and moon struck them 1 sis? All the Northern, especially the N«w England States, are d.-void of totueij &u*4 tor well brad gentlemen. are men who eatl DougUe a statesman We never oouid learn th»l be hud more than two ideas —Territorial slavery by virtue of tbe Consti tntion, and Squatter Sovereignty. The for mer he got from Calhoun—-tbe latter from Cass. Did any one ever hear of his origina ting a meahure? How unfortunate for tbs people to mistake a demagogus for ft states man !—[Muscatine Jour. I'he MUUidgeville (Ja.) Federal Unioo ... ill oarrtiiaurgia by 5,000 Breokinrtdge w or it may bo 10,000 Douglas. 0 e i K K oTv U K: SATU/iDA Y MORNING, OCT. 18. Republican Nominations. For Pretidrnt, ABBA HAITI For l'i« Prtudmt, HANNIBAL HAITI (.IN. Tor Congrm, 8AMVJEL B. I HTIf. 41 JLarg*••• for FFfertort, MX* HENKI' WARREN. ..J A HAPIINE. la/ I.. KlrFHI KiOR. 1*4 .........CMAR. I'OMI.ItOl, for Juicit of Sup. Court, (1RO. «i. 1% »t If!ITT. For Srt'y of Stale,„ ...lll.l A II -lll S, Tor Attorney General C, C. Ml! KM rvr Auditor, J. W. ATTI.l vf 7"retaurer, J. W. JOM'*, r»r Reg. Slat* Lend Office,,..A B. niiJIK, For Clerk District Cmr-JAS. KIYftOI,l»S. Cvunty Svp't Com. SchoolfH. HI BBAKD. Republican Meetings. C. E. MOSS will address the people on (hi political issues involved in the present canvas, as follows: Wright'* School llonse, Jefferson Tp% October 16th, 7 r. m. Todd School House, Wsshingtofi Tp., October 16th, hi 7 p. m. D«nmark, 0«t. 17, at 7 p. m. Norria' School Hoeae, Pleasant Ridge Tp.,Oet. 18th, 7 p. m. 1'ilct Grove, October 19, 7 p.m. Primrose, 20, J. M. BECK, will address tbep#opl»ii Al lows Montrose, October 13. Oharlrritos, 84. Primroint, 21. Wem l„int, JT. Big Mound, St. Pilot Grove, St. Kdmnntf Jargrt^s Appuiniittont. Edmund Jueg r, Esq., will address tbe people, in tbe German languago,»t 7 o'clock p. m. at tbe following places Fort Madisn. Monday October 15th. We»t Point, Tuesday 16th. HnrriBoo Tp., W^dn#»day ITth. Cfcarli^iton, 'lhur«day THE QUAKERS HAVE VOTED. the imiasa Democracy. All the Eleotors on tbe Douglas tieket io Rhode Island were old Tariff Whigs. Tbe leading Eleotor on the Douglas ticket in this State was an anti-slavery Whig, and several of tbe prominent leaders of the Democracy of Iowa were of tbe same stamp, and suoh is the ease io most of tbe Northern States.— In the South bo»b wings of tbe Democratic party are, to a oonsidsrable extent, under tbe lead of old pro-slavery Whigs. And in ths North and South both wings of ths party have abandooed the prinoiplas whioh charac terised tbe Democratic party in tbe days of Jackson. The Democratic party is a divided aod disrupted body. It constitutes two dis tinct organisations. Tbey cannot unite again under one leader on either platform. But after Lincoln's eleotion there will be an op position party. As matters now stand, that party, it is more tban probable, will rally uoder tbe "fusion" leaders of tbe Bell, Breck inridge and Douglas factions on the*'UuioD" platform of "the Constitution and laws," and take tbe name of Union Democracy. This is tbe only sohemeleft open to gather and unite the dismembered fragments of the old parties into aa effective opposition to tbe Administration of Lioooln. And it* is into such a party of Know Nothings, Squatteritas and Slave Codiits, with intensely pro slavery tendencies, that tbs defeated factions mast drift after tbe November eleotion. IIow do tbe old fashioned Democrats of Iowa like the pruspect IIow do those Democrats who profess to be opposed to slavery extension fancy their new party? IIow do our Irish frjeods liks ths idea of enlisting under the Know Nothing leaders on the American plat form? That is what you are all coming to, unless you march into the Repoblioan ranks and enlist under "Honest Old Abe." TOE QUAKERS HAVE VOTED. Douglas ntt'i get an *:irctoral Tola. Tbe reoent sleotions have wiped Douglas out in the South, as well as tbe North. Tbe only argument in bis favor heretofore down South, was that be oould oarry electoral votes enough in tbe North to eeoure bia eleo tien with tbe aid of tbe South. But now that it is certain Douglas has no strength in tbs North, tbere will be no induoement to vote for him io the South, and that section of the oountry will be divided between Breckin ridge and Bell. THE UUAKE¥s HAVE lteU, K ajority over Belt and t, u Wurreri, Thurrday, Oct. 18th, at, 7 p. m. Boston, ¥riduy, Oct. 19th, tt 7 p. SI. We have probably VOTED. (jy A few weeks sinoe three free negroas were kidnapped in Fremont oounty, and run down into Miseouri. One of tbem made his escape from bia captors in Missouri, but as he was making bis way back to Iowa be was arrested and confined in jail under the suspi cion that he was a runaway. Ths Sheriff of the ooanty and other persons went down and procured the release of tbe negro who bad been lodged in jail, but ooul1 obtain no in- en#e ,n t0 rd t0 lb otbor wers doubtless run off and sold to slsve dri vers for ths "sonny South." Tbey Hope* of lb* Democracy revived. The Democratic leaders of Iowa have bad an up-bill business for some years past.— Tbey have entered upon each returning can vass with bigb hopes andgrandilloquent pro* dentations of anticipated victory, bnt tbey seemed to have exbaoetcd every possible scheme to resuscitate tbeir cause, and were fighting the present battle io a spirit of snl ien despair. But suddenly an idea struck tbem. Tbey called on Dan Miller to ran as an independent candidate for Judge, and then tbey "tied on" to him, and the Keokuk Journal and Bioomfield Baaiseiai tlaa Frafhai. Wo take ths following from Ben. Samuels' T. greatness of tbe country aod tbe dependence of one section thereof upon another, and in conclusion pre lioted the election of Judge Douglas, saying he would carry every vote in the North W^st, and Down 18rh. JeffcrgonTp., Friday 19th. WM. F. TURNER and JOHN BRUCE will address tbe people as follows Mootroxe, Mr nday. Oct. 15th, at 7p.w» fiov*r, Tutday (Jet. 16th, at 7 p. m. Big MwuihJ, Wfdn««day, Oct. 17th. at 7 on Tbe following •Vil, p«au f.ltnloo Newt. We publish the substance of the telegraph io dispatohes of tbe Quincy Herald, whiob assure our triumph in the Legislatures, as well &• on tbe State tiokets of Pennsylvania, Obio and Indiana. lost three or four bers of Congress io Ohio and Pennsylvsnia, but it is not oertain that we have, and, even if it be so, it is better tban we had any right to expect. Ws feared a greater loss. (jy Kansas was free territory, and by tbe Compromise sot was oonsecrated to freedom forever, Douglas repealed that act, and now after years of violence and outrage, civil war aod bloodshed on tbe plains of Kansas, she is excluded from tbe sisterhood of States beoause she insists on having a Constitution which mukes her fres forever. All tbe troubles of Kansas country in regar to her las'—want of prinoiple. gy A son of buve co mo out of the light worse and worse new members, Democrats J, Republicans l&j battered and braised year after year. They Clarion give tbe party bold assurances that Dan Miller's pop ularity will yet raise the Democracy out of ths "slough of despond" in whioh it had sunk. Main would fite tht 1ir*t gun for Dougla* and non interven tion." Well, we heard that gan from Maene, and it oelebrated a Republican viotory by some twenty thousand majority. And now we have the gone from tbe two oldest aod most pulous of tbe North-Western States whose thunder tones proclaim Samuels among the falss prophets, and admonish him of tbe sudden destruction which will oome upon all suoh deluders of the people. Tobacco.—At the late session of the Obio Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Churoh tbe following eoolesiaati oal action was had was presented seph 11. Creigbton, on tbe by Rev. Jo seooad day, and adopted by tbe Conference "Whereas, The use of tobacco Is a great and leads to tuber evils therefore, "Resolved, bv the Ohio Conference, That after tbe present session, we will not receive any person into full communion who persists io the use of tol aoco." Notwithstanding tbe ridicule heaped npoo this sotion by ths papers, it is a very serious question wbethi a man, who habitually in dulges in tbo «ts of tbe ministry. mem tebaceo, «aa be it (^-Wbat unblushing impudence for Doug las Democrats who toted for Dick Johnson for Vice President, to accuse Republioaos of being in favor of Negro equality and amalga mation! Why, if VraasBuren had died dur ing his Prosidontial term, a Negro wench would have prei-idad in the White House, aod her yellow daughters would have received i the polite attentions of tbe democratic Mag nates. It was no fault of tbe democrats that such was not tbe social condition of affairs at tbe Whits House. Tbey did all they oould to make it so by voting for Diok Johnson i then running for Vice President. and of Abraham to escort made, to which bo made a happy replv. Tbe proceedings were very humorous, and tbe "Prince" enjojed tbem much. They eay that for story telling aad wit, ba is a obipof tbe original rail. u Waii&tr'a last Dying Speacfet aad Vm «le u ai. A letter from Truxillo, published at Ha vana, (bus describes the last moments of Walker: As soon aa Walker entered tba prison bs was heavily iro .eJ, and acked if he wanted nothing. He only asked for water. He then sent for the chaplain of this port, and pro tenting his faith as a Roman Catholic, be was seen thereafter almost constantly kneeling at the f«'et of the priest in front of a huiuII on wbioh, by the dim light of the tapers, the image of Jesus was distinguished. Among oth*r thing* be onoe said to the Captain "i am resigned to dia y write. On the 12tb, at 8 o'clock At are fruits of Dong altar, my politioal career is ended." On tbe lltb inst., at 7 o'clock, p. W?alker was no*, fied of htssentcnos of death and to this startling mratmge the only reply ho made was to ask at what hour it woui 1 be executed, and whether be bad time Walker diiid with remarkable fortitude.— His remains were reoeivod into a tomb, and rest in peaoe for a perpetual example. A Tyrant's Aovici Indiana Election. Indianapolis,Oak.11. Returns frotn oyer sixty counties received indioate that tbe Republican majority 00 tbs State ticket will reach 15,000. The Leginlfu ture will stand nearly as follow# Senatom holding over, 14 Democrat*, 11 Republicans} majority will secure the election of a Republican U. 8. Senator. James A. Cravins, (Dem.,) 2d Congress ional district, is elected by over 200 majori ty over Davis, independent Whig. Hoiinais, (Dem.,) 4th District, re-elected by 400 ma* jority, leaving members of Congress same as in tbe present Congress. •Ilia Election, Tbe Republicans gain one Congressman in the lltb, and the remaining districts proha- ». ... bly unchanged. In tbe 16th district Cutter, speech in Boston, Mass., from wbtch it will Republican is elected over Jewett by 32 ma be seen bow distinctly he discerned the jority. "shadow of ooiniog events" through tbs tel esoopfe of bis sagaoious and far seeing mind :, "The speaker proceeded to speak of the frsaiBoatsa. Boston. 46 tflaaayivania Elrciisn. Philadelphia, HTATS4. auu.vou. fo* 4 Kentucky, IS Louisiana, 4 Maine, 8 Maryland, Ma*xachuseM)% JS Michigan. 6 fo, Missouri, 9 •Minn ceota, 4 New Hampshire, 6 New Jersey, 7 5»w York, 86 North Carolina, 14 Ohio, •Oreg »n, nnsylvaiiia, Khxle Uliiid, -'out Carolina, Tennessee, iv erioont, V irginia, Wisconsin, Total, lt Lioooln recently spent a few days at tbs White Mountains.— Wbilo there, a vary enthusiastic demonstra- tioo was mads, giving him a reception as tbe for the people to take the matter in their o#n "Prince of Rails A proceesion was formed bands. th» "Prmo,,» ond .p, b». were! to a. m., tbe culprit mttrahed to tbe place of execution. lie wiilkfd with a erneiflx in hia han1 nnnn whioh be bent all his regards, looking neither to tbe right nor to the left, but listening pi ously to the psalms wbioh tbe priest recited iri his ear. He entered the hollow square formed y tbe s itdiery in the place of execu tion, and tbere full of resignation he pro* noonoed tbe following words "I am a Ro* man Catholic. The war which I made upon Honduras io accordance with the suggestions of s»tne Ruatan rs, was unjust. Thoss who accompanied mo are not to blame. I alone am guilty. 1 ask pardon of tbe people. 1 receive death with resignation would that it may hs for tbe good of society." to sis Jtmtison, of Uorgis, Fsikkd*.—Mr. a candidate for the Vice Presidency, advises bis friends to "plant thi ir feet on every man's neck who dares to say that he wiii ioteffers with Slavery any where." Dengtaa Conalaiaast Wltka Hlsnveiff. I h.avr no political speeches to make du ring the pending canvass. If my political opinions are not known to the people of the United States, it is not worth while for me to try to explain them now. It now remains id fl i speeches to make% and 1 will not permit the temptation of this vast sod enthusiastic assemblage, by tbe repeated cheering and oompiirufnts, to uitke me for a moment vio late that resolve."—[Douglas' epeech at Philadelphia. My friends, I made my appearance on this balcony to-night fur the purpose of acknowl edging the compliment you now pay me, and not to enter into political discussion upon any of tbe politioal disoussion upon any of the politioal topics of tbe day. it is the first ttme in my life I have ever been placed in tha position to look on and see a fight without taking a hand tl."—[Douglas' speech in New York. When 1 commenced this canvass, I so under tbe promise that I should not bs called upon to speak but once in two days. Shortly after 1 entered into it I was required to speak once a day,^r»d here lately 1 have been obliged to make ut loaat three speeches a day. It bas been growing, aod growing until tbe day before yesterday 1 believe was called upon to address eight different crowds." in this matter Douglas bat maintains his usual character, he ie consistent in a THE QUAKERS HAVE VOTED. tsr 'From what I have already seen sinoe I entered the Stale, I am now satisfied that Ohio t* nearly as sure for the Democratic party as New York or Illinois."—[Douglas' speech at Dsytoo. We all feel quite aatisfied now tbat Obio if just as sure for tbe Demooratio party as New York and Illinois. Stephen is a saga cious politician. He koew it just ae well before tbe election ss after, but common folks bad to wait till the votes wsreoounted. (RTPunob says Garibaldi is just like a man with a wheelbarrow, tarrying every thing beforo him. RopuMioan mnjurity 9. Uousa, Republicans 58, Dpmdorate 42, Riving the RepuMicans a A HOUSE, with ft nnttoa, on tforgan-at., majority of over 20 on joint ballot, whioh b«tw»co 4th and Mh^. ^KiiiNoius CL*y*LANI»f MGCa Oot. 11. 0ftpt» Latbrop, of tbs ship South Sbore, wlit) a cargo of Africans, from Key West, arrived at Monrovia, August 30tb. The pas sage lasted days. 108 negroes died on tbe passage from diseases oontraeted before and during their stay at Key West. LssK Wttt for (Urns. Nbw Yorc, added. Oot. 11. Counterfeit 2« on the Pocasset Bank, Fall River, made tbeir appearance to-day. Oot. 11. Tbe Bulletin of this evening claims a ma jority of 25,000 for Cortin in tbe State, and that tbe Legislators will stand as follows Seriate—25 Republicans to 6 Democrats.— House—07 Republicans to 33 Democrats. Bailey, Demoorat, is eleoted to Congress ia tbe 16tb district, instead of Junkio, Repub lican. Stewart, Republican, is probably elected Congrepsmao in the 20th distriot, in place of Lazare, Democrat. TEE QUAKERS HAVE VOTED. C«l this On». In these stirring politioal timet, to grow more stirring from this time to November, preoise 6gurea .a regard to the strength of parties in different States, aod tbe number of electors to wbieb each State is entitled, are frequently inquired for. The following gives tbe etrengtb of parties at ths last Presidential election, and tbe number of Electors whioh each State has. Uat it oat for referenes: SFfH. Alabama, 9 Arkana»8, rasii'T. 4 22,3tiS P. ii',m Ml m,m Tl. 762 JlS 446 6H.I64 3 2 7fM 46 y43" 1V6.878 4* '246 170 ST4 18,34 18,338 276 C04 AN NOUNCEMENT, DanislF. Mna.ah, Biqr.,i» aa independent can didate for tbe office af Supreme Judge of Iowa. dAw. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. For Kent. OctlBd T^xcIlsiSK. Hamu.tos 9.1 SO 422 21,115 124 604 ae,8»6 187*4»7 s 27 230,, 72 147942 R2101 4 6.6S0 11,467 1,474 It 77 46 117 4 3 1,1'i'J lb. 6J« S 10 6fill 6«i 64 5 16 Hi ,706 291 60.310 61^43 46,090 Ssft 303 1^.,8,2SJ 1,341,514 871,7- 7 •Ntw States, admitted eiaee 1866. fBy Legialature. YOU did univer sal inconsistency. He has made politioel speeches in more than half tbe States io the Union sinoe his public declarations that he would not speak at all and he is bow da 10 iu hue Siavee fc'uat be has not yei visited before the election. He goes from Iowa to Minneeota, Wisconsin, Miohigan and then down through Illinois to Missouri, aod is on down through ths Southern States. post- 113 Main^st. "Soldiso," said Napoleon, altar o&s of tbe most brilliant of hia victorias, "nothing yet ia done— bbhains to Of*. 11. Further returns confirm the loss of Re* publican Congressmen, ia the 9tb, 15th and 17th districts. no." Acting Upon this hint, the Proprietor el ths NBW 10RK L1DU BR—whatev er the aoh lavements of the past may have baea— regards nothing ta done so king ss maebremaiaa to do. He has tbe pleasure to inform bia innumerable readers that to tbe long bat of scholars and states men already numbered among tbe contributors to tbs Laos as the name *f Jakss Bocbavah, illaatrKoa President sf tbe United Statee, is now Bead the fotlewfag table of Coil«Kte, aad xavsaa raiT rsa LEDGER wiu. a* Mo*bat,©c*.Ha,•« IS Table at Casiiessaa--All Original* I. LBTTBR FROM PRBSIDINT BUCHANAN TO Ma. BON NCR. II. WAR: By Hon. ElWAtU EVERETT. III. ITALY—A Pobw Saxb. Moaais. By Mrs. L. H. 2a,btt 10 787 34,165 2,616 31 .V10 California. 4 Connecticut, Helaware, A Florida, Georgia, It Illinois, 11 lnd\ana, IS luWil, m.m 41,715 368 8.«(U 6 3&S If MB 1Ih 670 nn 170 74 ,R4 22.164 s-o '39 Its 240 94.189 •4,875 4t,9M 314 tba kbaptos o'clock Tbe raacisrar. By WM. CULLEN BRYANT. IV. CHRIST'S BLESSING FOR MOTHERS—A Bcair Tcas Pobh: By N.P. WILLIS. V. ODE TO THE PRINCB OF WALKS: By Jeax G. VI. TBK DRUNKARD'S STOKTs.By Of. Taos. Doaa Eititisa. VII. TUB CHIT1CA8TEBS: By ftcBcn* Oaeaaa P. VIII. THB PUMPKIN FAMILY—ITS RELATIVES AND HI VALB By it WAMoBaacaaa. IX. QU FIN VICTORIA CON VOICING PARLIAMENT: Shrhhf*T. X. A TRIP TO THB NORTHERN LAKES: By laawr Fa an. XI. IDLE HABDS—Aftro*T: By T.8. Aaracat XII. A ROMANCE mt OF LIFE: PAUL MORTON—A By Evaaso* Bcbkbtt XIU. FADED—A Poaa By Au -e Caar. XIV. e 176 TBK MYSTERIOUS MAKRIAGB-A Novaat By 4,833 Klua A.Dorov, Authorof'The LostDacda. 42,430 XV. 37.444 Talb or tbb Grbat Pasio: By Mtaa* XVI. 67,414 THE STEPMOTHER on, Wao's to 20,79^ 1 Saira. 3,316 XVII. 47 460 WIT AND WISDOM: By Gao.D. Paa*tW». 19.6261 XVIII. 1,660 THE HANDSOMB MAN—li.LO«ntari»: By Wa. 24,185 i H. Moaaia. 44.624 XIX. ANSWERS TO Wrii By J. f. C?ORRtSPONDBiH8, BDITORI- Al^. AC., Ac. [octiadlt) cariftnal Natlca. To D. A. Day, Jrr mmb Day, J. C. ParrottA Ce., W iu.4 R. L. Ruddick, (J. W, liarrctUno, Jaiaef Burrow#, Kendail How* A Co., (di fendai.W): are hereby respectively notified that tbere u now on flu' in tbeothccof tb«- iark of thr District Court of L»*e county, Iow«, at Ft. Madiaon a petition r'har. E A)l*ti, riaiin.nc a judgment en foiecloaure of a i»ar?g»}re apaif.*t aaii D. A. Day fur the auin of tbrr* humlred aad twenty five dt!Ur» wilb ten per "ent. K.trrcsi fruai tbe 20th day of Ie-erab^r, 18i6, and aj against all said defendant* pr»ying alao far tb« foreciotnre ol a iuurtgag given by said D. A. Day U Cb*a. E. Alloc, up'jn li four (4) inl.lock twenty-ai* 26 in Kiibnurne'^ addition to KeokuN, Lee cuatjr, Iowa the aale of aaid mortgaged premice*, tbe ezlio guuhuient of ail equity of redemption therein, for aod *ncra) ralief. Now yoa are notified to appear and anawer said petition on tin morum^ of the 2J day of tbe next term of aai lt outt, to he holden uu the first Mon day of December, 15560, or decree wiii be bad therein by defaalt. H. 800TT HOWELL. Soliettor for Patitissw, i ?her 14,1V,0 dim O U A 9 I I I I I fflKS. J. P. TALLOR \\/JLriHES t^eall 'be aiteotion of the LaiLe* TT to her I a a N w N I ER STOCK of MILLINERY! -oar memo BONNETS. RIBBONS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWgRS, FEATHERS, &c. CI oak a, Shawl* and Zepbyr ISseda, Moat« y KID GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS, Draaa Trisnnttnga and Heep Ksirliasd CorastSi liLACbL LACE V AILS, and General Assortment of FANCY ARTICLES. OctBd NO. 71 MAIN ST. k O k k Shirt and Corset Manufactory, 'I liird.et., bet. nialsi A Jokanann KKMKUK 8 11 IRIS, CORNE'H, BRACE-, SKI HI SUP POHTKRS, Aa., kept on hand, and made to or der n the fhDrtest notice, and warranted to fit, or exchanged. Gentlemen aod Ladies' under-wear made te order. Gentlemen's Linen altered and repaired.* Stamping, Pinking, Machine Stitching, A a, Ool»d Mas. SliKi'UKBD. H. B. TEff-STCX, Otoneral Inanranro tMHK, je4d UKE, RIVBK AND l.iri: 11 SURANGE promptly attended to at this Office, Better and more mnaasiTT can bo given at this Agency thananyother in this eity,and less trouble after a loss. Int. Co., of Hartford, Conn., $2,194,100 Home Insurance Company, of New York, 1,467,82^ North American In. a., Hertford, Comm., 800,000 City Fire, Insurance Co., of JV* Haven, J70 6M PKanut Fire Insurance Co., of Sew ot*, IrfO OOO Loru'lard Fire Inturance Co., New l'orh, 2ti4,000 Connecticut Mutual Hfe In. Co., Hartford, 8,400^628 Da, J» W. Bond, Medical Examiner. jS^A. W. GRIFFITH is authorised to receive appUoatione for al 1 above Companies. Building*, Merohandiae. Milta, Factories, Household Furniture and Dwellings injured at as low rates as other Companies who pay their loases H. fi TKN KVCK, Agent, Office corner 8d and Mait sta., kavkak, iewa. Oot. 7, dim Mola»*ea.~ O Plantation and Sugar House for sale low by KELLOGG riU'l'LAK TitAIIElt Spring, 1800. DURKEE & CO., Mail-Street, Keekak, ABE BtCfilYlNQ AND OFfKRlMtt A LARGE STOCK a* Fereiga and PomeHtie RY GOODS! following BRESfl OOODS *C., are bbw style andKai-BHT laroaTATWas: Plain and Fancy Silks. Crepa da Bage, Mohair de Chenaj Foulard Bilk* Foil da Cbewera, Broch© Barege Anglais, Balxorines Bareged Flounced Robe*} Organdie Robea S-4 Black Bareges, French Printed Jaconetts. 100 pes Printed Lawns at 10 100 pieces Chaliy De Laines style—at 12 1-2 cts Together with a fall St 12 In which we shall offer ^r. at iuUucvmemt. A*owe of our firm re*iJ«a we abati ct.una* to receive weekly i.jj.pl.ea tbro^ghvwt Lfc «*&<•". -new assortment ef all kinds at STATLE Domestic Goods. A E S Ia tbia Departsseat eaa always bs feaadtbe lead iag stvtai AXM1NSTKK VFCVFTS TAPESTRY mUtizELUL IMPERIAL THHEEPlT, PATKN'T TAPK^THY INGRAIN, Our ayatem ia FULL IOWA. Asaq^ 00R. Sn AND MAIN-STS., RSSKBfc, Sswa, t( ONE JUST Molasses A B1RGE. CJ COl'TOM WAKi' INGRAINS, VIt KT1A If 8 A 11EMPH, RUGS, DRt'uoBIS, FLOOR OILCLOTH*. An! all kinds of CI ltTAI* UOODS. OII.T COKKICE9, *t!., AC.. AC. ONE PK1CE ONLY1 swn Krt 9IVlAVtow. E S A S ak* no riri pileu* to title rile* ipM mm oo. N E \V S O It E AM N E W O O S KISUK& 111 LI,IS, No, 89 Main-Street, KEOUK, IOWA, Have in store and for sale a AND COMPLETE STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY Y O O S 1 NOTJOJMS, Boots and Shoes, CLOTHIR9, CARPETS, ETC., All which were bought in Eastern markets FOK NET CASH. Close buyers are respectfully invited to examlgs Atfr SlnAlr rvtv a* **«j» w ta* S»Ol«C stick lain and nana it profile.** TERMS CASH Oct. ft,'« hundred boxes, Hit) AOo.'s Cineionati,0» fo raale by HOLT A CO. QOt4d BKLCilER'. Uojden yrup, Plaiuatton and' ft Kar iiou»e Molaa^ sale npM roi.fJRKS A noBPRTgoif. (jrniii Itu^s. ''I^IIK best quality of 0.«naburgu Sacks, by tbS bale or hundred, for s«i» hv ocn,dAw"2w a BURNS A RENTOKN. Pure rider Vint yar. received andfir anle. Wair.mted Pare. COLLIERS A ROUERTSUN. oetld t)A RAGS prime JDr«ed Appl« for sale bT W_aplS COLLrKKS A ROBEHSTON. ^IRAN BKRRLfiS——Ju*i reeeived. Forg®l» by ootid COkU&Ra 4 KOBJLaXbUlsi.