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K E O K U K WEDNESDA Y, HEi'TEMBER The iks hM Cmmtg ta one of the oli«-»! |ta|itr» la lowt, tend Republican Male Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, SAM'L J. KIRK WOOD Of JtlillMIH u ••. FoK LlftUT. r.nvKliNOK, JOHN R. NEEDHAM, Of Maba-kii Couuty. FAR iPi»r,K M'i'KKM K CoURT, RALPH P. LOWE, Of I.i. cuiUi. FOR 0N(,RKSS, JAMES F. WILSON, Of J-ft'Tson County*. luion County Ticket. JVlA« $€•*,. UIOIit.K \V. M'fRABT We urge upon the Democracy the im ports nee of prompt and ener etic action in support of the ticket now presented to the conservative voter® of the Stnte. Let the name* af M* iritt, Dewey wnd Ellwowl be heralded from every hill-top. The ticket can and will be elected. A united and vigorous effort is all that is required to roui 1 he Abolition Kirkwo Dn nrt«ty and redeem the State frpui its preaentjjeor rapt rubr*. Democrats! To arms to anus! The ©sn?e of the Union and^tlre Consfifufion require.-, your h.bors. Relax no exertion until the election is over, and triumph will certain!v crown your cfiorts. Bj order Mnj. Dem State Cell. Com. OEO. M. TODD, Cfa'a. Des Moines, Iowa, fckpt. 2i, '01, We call special attention to the above "•We |Klitio«u docuincut. Charles Mason has declined, and the Mahony peace par ty demoorHtie committee being duly aa thorized by the late Mahony Convention, whose proceeding and platform were de nounced by all the patriotic democrats of the State, nominate William H. Merritt on said platform in Mason's stead. And there being a vacancy for Lieutenant 25. Governor, and Dewey uow standing alone, like "the last rose of summer," to represent the Uniou Ticket, is taken in "out of the •old'' -and placed between Merritt and KUwood, the aiore&uid Mahony platform convention and committee candidates. We announced a fe» du)at ago that this infamous swindle had been broached by ih« miierable clique of broken down and •ore-headed politicians who would sell their own *ou1h, if they could find a pur chaser, in order to gratii'y their mean spite and low ambition. Such a foul conspir acy, by which peace men and war men, patriot* and traitor*, knave* and fools, and possibly a few honest men, are brought to support. by the same vote, the Mahony peace democracy, the Dorr and Sample deumeracy, and the Dan Miller and i'eon ('lark, nore head, conservative, ultra auti-Nlavery Republicanism, never before crane under our observation. Geo. M. Todd, who signs the above pro nunciatnento, is the Chairman of the Ma fconv State Committee and co editor of the Des Moines Journal, TO ARMS TO ARMS &C. moinks Ai-LKi wiiic. laljor. The price for this rt ordinary jobs pvftitiiilii'd evrry Monday at thU Office, a- throughout »h« D«-a Moluf* V allrj North ., II..U.I, and K K K I K I 1 K S 4 8 E Btmtt JtrprrtenUitver, C. W. I.DWK1K. OODKRFV El( IIORK, T. ST i: V KSON. MAKTI\ TllOJIi'SUS, JV Sktri K. ii. 11FIK.KM, Trtmntrer miut Mttwim* T. II. A I.I.YIf• luitt.,.. ROIiT. A. Iil NtiKLL, Cvrottr ............ T. !M AltTI\, Smpi ofStkMla. W. Ctmnty Surr,,or N. H. Ht tLLOlGll. T« ih- fti mofritir I'Mr7 town. Judge Omries MMHOU having declined the nomination of the lt'in00ratio party for Governor, „nd l»eing empowered by the late •niocratic Conventions to till vacan cies which might occur upon the State ticket, by declination or otherwise, we hereby place in nomination for the office aforesaid, the name of Col. "William II. Merritt, of Linn county,—his acceptance having been obtained. And we recom mend further to the Democracy of the £tatc, the support of Co!. Lauren Dewey, of Henry couuty. for the office of Lieut. Governor, as a conservative candidate in opposition to the radical Abolition nomi nee for that office upon the Republican ticket. a sheet whose treasonable proclivities have excited the difjust and indignation of every right Jftinded man of all parties in the State,.— And yet it is under hi* lead and at his die itation that war D«»tnocratK. Union nipn and Republican* are now required to inarch to the rallying cty of "Democrats, Old Kick must feel funny to find him self outdone in impudeucc and rascality by Ihstejnynuhtatut of liis ia lawu est, nui' i fit-inm"*!* We learn from Mr. MeCune, of the Hamilton liclle, that the gallant Irish Brigade arrived in Quiwy on Monday evening, by th»* Hannibal and St. Jo. It. H- from Urookfield. There were about 2^4M»*» .»f them. Some of the buys were in tywu ^estcrday, and their story corres ponds with that given in our telegraph eolusnns. They say that the llom» (iuards W«re tl*c first to runup the white flag, and did it aga'i»st the nam est and repeated re monstrances of Col. Mulligan and his men. •imar ,"T 1 ISfVHria Territory. (.ARSON ilTV, ISKVAIU TER., August I'*, 1801, This it? no place for uien without capi tal, unless they are willing to work at day P^l" day. Oil **r fircuUti«m month and board. In the mines, $4 per liiinot.. **1' Carpenters are paid 9b per day on irregular jobs of a day or two or three days. On steady work from $0 to #6 per jKund 4 u itCfldj' Work, $«0 & Board at one of the hotels is 83 per or $16 to per week. JIhey do not board by the mouth. At the other hotel, $2 per day or $1) per week without lodging 14 per week with lodging.— I do not know the prices at other boarding houses. Beef is 15 cents a pound ham, 25 oents onions, 6 cents a pound potat^ies, (5 cents & pound eoff«e 50 cents a pound White sugar (crushed), 25 cents a pound chickens, $1 50 a piece, and none at that peaches and and years generally, 25 cents a apples, 25 cents a piece star candles, 3 for 25 cents liquors, 25 cents a drink, though there are some I2| cent shops elear, seasoned pine lumber (not dressed ), 8100 per thousand rough joist and boards, $f5 per 1000. Quartz teams, four to six horses, take in generally from S12 to #18 and $20 per day, at #4 50 per ton, as they haul from 3 to 5 tons but it is very hard on wagons, and soon wears them out. Feed is high. I copied a list of charges at a livery stable in Empire City the other day 1 horse to hay and grain per night, $3 00 1 per night, 1 50 1 one or two hours, 75 Single feed to hay and grain, 1 50 The prices are said to be higher at Vir ginia City. Silver City is thirteen miles from here, and Virginia City 18. The hire of a horse to go to the former place and back is $5 to Virginia City and back, $ horse and buggy, S10 to *12 two horses and buggy, 813 to 115. Milk is 12£ cents per quart. There are a few potatoes and roasting ears raised near here all other vegetables come from California, except that about 12 miles from here there are some patch es of ground used for gardening. These 1 have seen, and there may be others.- i i,„.... .....--a 8 3' Bai »1! umumt to B»P"eW and Virginia City, the ground is bare of anything except sage, brush and similar growths, with here and there a few acres of grass. At a distance, the plains look like a prairie in winter, when there is no snow on the ground. The mountains look bare, except on the west, where the Sierra Nevadas are covered with pines, on their summit and side. Yet the soil is good, yielding well when irrigated. Not withstanding the high price of lumber, it is said the mill owner complaius that he makes very little profit. Cedar and pine are used for fire wood, at 16, IS and 110 per cord. I went up to Silver City, and was shown gold ore from the mine, portions from which had yielded $3,000 per ton.— The price of crushing is so high that it does not pay to work ore that yields as'lit tle us W0 to the ton. The mills charge from to 8-6 -per ton. Mr. Ronton, at Silver City, who has six stamps going and is putting up eight more, and mak ing arrangements to put up a forty stamp mill near his present one, told me yester day he had just made a contract to crush a thousand tons of ore for oue man, at SoO.OOO—or $30 a ton. There are seven steam quartz mills in Virginia City, going night and day another nearly tinished, and fo more commenced. There are several at Gold Hill several more at Sil ver City two water mills at work at Ne vada City, and four more being built several higher up on Carson River, and one water mill on the side of the moun* tain, just buck of Carson City Alto gether about fifty mjlls ia this part of the the Territory. rif*t f!nvairir K*| MtRi. Camp Wakkks,Sept. 22, 1R61, Editor Gate City :—1 am reminded daily of my promises* I peruse the GATE, which is indeed a welcome visitor at our camp, and 1 am sorry that the monotony of camp life lurui&ucs so fcw tt-ciuttuus of general interest worthy of report in your journal. Our company are all in good health at present, having but oue in the hospital, and that one from the effects of a kick from a horse. The average in hos pital from the entire regiment does not exceed fifteen persons. We are in that transition state between citizen and soldier that forbids us being either, waiting from day to day, Mioawber-like, for4•something to turn up." We will have five squad rons, or ten companies, equipded this week. A shipment of blankets has been received and a portion of them condemned, so that we have not been fully supplied up to the present writing. Our uniforms, we are assftred, will "soon" be here, 1 ut ouraraj* aie not as yet heard frcin, although Of* dstfed nearly sixty day& ago. gress from time to time, but no definite time has leen announced by Col. Warren when arms may be expected. We pre sume that everything is being done that can be done to secure a full equipment of our region ut at the earliest possible day, without looking after the anus necessary for the volunteers called out. We arc not idle, however, but are improving in move ments, both as dismounted and mounted troopers. Our horses are learning the movements on drill rapidly, giving a fine appearanee to our movements by platoon, company or squadron. We have been called upon frequently to detail squads of men to arrest and bring to camp certain and sundry persons upon certain and sundry charges of disloyalty, secession, Ac., and we Had you been in our quarters this morn ing about six o'clock, you would have wit nessed an unusual sight in our routine of duties. Ev* ry soldier was busy, as if working for a wager, poli.diing mountings, cleaning saddles and bridles, arranging provisions, dishes and bedding, and sleep ing and dusting tents and quarters. Small trees were carried from an adjoining grove and set out in front, a rope was stretched, defining our boundaries, and a gate-way Prou",nad,! fr0™ tcI|hl Wl.r,ta^lcfull,dlc,r..t«-d cs and leave? from the grove, a wreath of green encircling the door-waya. The stalls of the horses were cleaned and horses well groomed, and at nine o'clock the quarters were pronounced "ready for in spection" by unfurliug our flag to the breeze to the right of our arched gate-way, where you, by this time, might have seen that mystic symbol of our company, made from limbs an'd covered with leaves,—"A." This busy preparation wilt be explained to you by saying that Col. Warren, on last evening, on dress parade, announced a premium of several bushels of apples to any cotupauy having the cleanest and best regulated quarters, to be inspected this forenoon. Y^pu may rest assured we all felt well repaid for our trouble when it was announced that company "A"%had the first premium on clean and well regu lated quarters. Out gate-way and rope enclosure will be a permanent institution, and ou$ visitors will be honored with a passage under the royal arch with its rus tic symbol. Since last writing you the twelfth and last company came to Camp Warreu under command of ('apt. Ankeny. The compa ny is styled the 4'Black Southern toMf ("apt. Win. Thompson, of Mt. Pleasant, there was a power in this country is East looking after the anus and uni-! redress the wrongs forms for the regiment, and reports pro-! "I*011 °pprcw*t'd humanity, [Cheers] 1 he t»nd stripe* had therefore been bring them every time. Sometimes they are disuiiased and at other times sent forward to St. Louis for further examination. With the char ges we have nothing to do, and caa write nothing. One case has been disposed of, and of thnt I will write you. Our Cap tain was detailed with a squad from our company to arrest a man hailing from Mo- are bile, Alabama, who was stopping eight or born. But no matter what may have ten miles from our camp, charged with secession and correspondence with the Southern Confederacy. He was brought into camp bout 1 o'clock in the night and shared our tent with us till morning, when he wns examined and sent to St. Louis, and was sent thence to Ft. Lafay ette, New York, where he will no doubt remain until h# is purged of secesh. -.t i ,m: .. grants have come h«re thousands upon made with an arch ot hickory, inviting a I 4 ",0^P?™110 U'round. Our Plume Rangers," is from Lyons, and the men are muehliked for their soldier-like bearing and prompt attention to cainp duty. They will no doubt, with their gentlemanly officers, give gtKid account of themselves in our regi ment. Hoping to address you soon from some On Saturday eek the people of Fair field, Litchfield, New Haven, (Ct.) and other counties, turned out in their might to testify I heir unswerving devotion to he Cnion, and to declare their determination to support the (Jovernnient in the most vigoroua War measures. Among the ... «».. y at i wiia v/ui. .uua^uci. He began by saying it was about years ago that one evening a ship of war hlowly passed up from the southern waves of the l'acilic amid the Wooded hills and azure skies above it, clouded heights be yond, and a tranquil scenery all about.— As that ship patted up amid almost deso late seas, there was one Hag that met the eye of those on board—that was the stars and stripes. [Cheers What ship uas that It was a war .ship of Creat fure not to his own native land alone, but to humanity at large. From that Inent he had been devoted to that lllfiy identified with him in his exile, in his trials, and what some would call his inor dinate dreams. lie did not support Mr. Lincoln during the canvass but he was duly elected, and it was the duty of every citizen to obey the wjjj tjie but it would seem that some screw has A few years since there hud been a Know been loose somewhere in the calculations 1 for putting an effective force in the field which w^as the proscription of the foreign born citizens, but had that party legiti mately elected a President he would have Col. Meagher continued Now, I un derstand that there are some of my coun trymen in this State who do not go in for this war. [Cries of 41 Very good, if we could afford to do so. Very good, if this fight were not our light. 1 say that this tight is an Irish tight, [Cheers.] And if Irishmen do not sustain the only government under which they have had reputation, fortune, and good name, then any one who speak to me of Irish liberty is a dreamer and a driveller. [Cheers This is our matter Thousands upon thousands of Irish emi- J? tiiousaiuls ot Irish graves have been sunk in -imerielutJaiL Wull tllL. wilt, bnutch^Uon. Irish mn and f«rtuiH« are .tr,.„E. from I remain yours, R. I n o K i i y o a o u a a 1' it I .( i'« li i r. It Britain, and he was a prisouer on board, 'on the 7th inst., had placed us in nouiina Ai„i lying tranquil on tlmw ««!.'•» «w! to ,uajorjfcy legitimately expressed Nothing party, the cardinal principle of sustained him. [Cheers.] If such a doctriue were not absented to, then, in stead of the American principle, which is flie will of the majority through the ballot box, we substitute the desper ate Mexican rule, which is that of revolu tion. sanction We which were dealt It is a mistake.]— Well, I want to put the thing clear to them. Irishmen have come to me and baidthis: "A certain Governor a few years since disbauded our Irish compa nies, lA voice—14That's so."] That is not only so, but that is a fact. Is that a reason why you should give over your country, yuui honor, and your govern ment which has been vilely iusulted But your vengeance is not in holding from the cause in which the flag is imper iled your vengeance is to prove that you better than those who were native happened in the little State of Connecti cut, your duty has not been to Connecti cut your duty haw been to the Union.-— [Cheers.] When the Irish emigrant came lie re it was not to Connecticut, or New York, or Alabama, or any State, but to the Cnited States. As that oath was ab solute, so should the object of it be com plete. Then I have heard it snd, "Why •not leave the Americans to fight this bat tle for themselves Why should not we Irishmen just fold our arms, 511 our pipes and smoke away, and leave them to their distress and disgrace?" joined of the con stitution. That being done I stand for it with all my heart, with all the vigor that is in my arm. with all the fire that is in my brain, with my life, if that ia any thing worth. [Cheers.] Many a time have 1 been taken by the hand and asked by Irishmen,, why throw your life away, wtj^ nsk it? My answer is this- if the United States does not a»" sert their supremacy there is no hope for Ireland. [Cheers,] You nee that every monarchy in Europe that has its selfish interest to maiutain is banded against the Cnited States. The ouly.one that has come out and struck nobly has been Rus sia. I address Irishmen especially. You have your" little grievances to com plain of, but look up from your parish, your mere small locality see that great flair above you see the great coun try which it designates, and swear with one heart, and with one arm, and with all .your soul—and an Irishman's A Card. We, the und crsigncd, have heard from rumor that our names, without our seek ing, were placed on the Democratic ticket as candidates by the County Convention, which met at Charleston on the 21st in stant. It is due to ourselves that we should briefly state our position in respect to this. The Union Convention, at Charleston, tioll an"d W(S detlu it this American ship with the stars and ,. uripw. flying the iimst-brad. Ami he wi'conmder ouraelven *s eandM.teson the •innik liberty at his prison gates. It **as to him a eheejinjjT omen. He forgot his imprisonment, forgot that Ireland was undivided support. u rum and a wreck, and »aw a duriow fu-1 mo il:!- which stood there reminding him that Democrats now and expect to remain so. ,mr dttt, Union ticket and bound to it by all proper obligations, und that we will give it our Whi|Ht Wl, statc this we in the I'nion movement from the honest convictions that it without 1ST RECEIVED, ur Kcvulu. ly identified. Go to New York and ride down Broadway, and an obelisk rises and you see the name of Emmet on it. On the porch of that same church you see the name of Richard Montgomery. In the times of Catholic emancipation there was no greater ft iend to that cause than the United States. [Cheers.] I have mere ly to ask my countrymen to stand by this .use, to stand by the stars and stripes, to stand by the government which has been legitimately elected. Is this to be a que.stirui ot party If so, it were better that this country had never been nurtured into freedom. For my part, 1 care not under what denomination the President may have been elected. For my part, 1 care not what prejudice, or counsels the administration may have had. It is enough for me that the men inpowercouie and take possession of the seat of govern ment under the credentials of the popular will and under solemn would welt to lay aside party organisations in State as well as county, during our present national troubles. We will add that we have no official notice of our nominations by the Democratic jwrty. But if so nom inated, we art} certainly obliged for the confidence thus expressed, and having thus frankly stated our positions in refer ence to the Union ticket, we must say that we would gladly receive the votes of thf Democrats and all other good citizens of the county, DIED: In this oitv, on Tuetd*) Kept. 24'h, of daughter of (VI. ('yrtu innt Kllen Tlir funeral will be attended from rtnidonco ug Mr. O. Ki«?r.oii Fifth-»t., 3d dixtr from Hi|rli at 4 o'clock thla(W«tlu«hla}} afternoon. Friend*are iiifitod t» attend. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. USX CUW. aloof A mooley Cow, red and white *poU*l,strayedawny fri ru On* city about 10 days afc*. V nanal a**ortmcnt of BOOTS and On the 3d Day of October. The ll»»rd com'nt* «f ^.tn- 2 an.l romprW*g me of Ow vnrv b*»t St.W^ i* I he HUlr. of all ago*. Pe*liifr»"ea will I"* furiu-hi 1 at At- .1 hire i.uTiit.cr ^iiVfolU Mog°«. and number of KuII HIim-i.1 be distinction of party. I KEI'K 11KSSER, THOS. rf ALLYN, N. CI LL1 GH, Martin Thompson, GODFREY EICHOKN. I concur in the above statement. N. G. HEDGES. Sept: 23d, I8f»1. brn «h« l«ft h«d u iHiiatl r([.• arouti'l ht-r in- k. A liberal reward will be ).aid to any one who will information t-onccrnnig h*r whereabmsU at tite oflW of ah- M(-raky ft RKrctt, •«fitk4St6t Tblrd-at., trt. Main ami Johnson. SHOES Fall and Wintnf w*ar, com|ri*itr «v«rjF YirU*jr of dcioraid? K d* for the WttsoM, which will bu »oW *t unu«ii low jric»* for itti. N II.—Also fur *alf jl a I.a:pain a Sn« (tout P.iiy,7 year# ol.l, with Buggy lUrneaa, lu eon* I data running order. U. A iH»t- la** Dwelltnu How*. Ttm«a l»"l7th itnU Mlb «lr*«t, UOW fof batlt C. HflKKAlrP, M'j.itfidlm fto. 12 OR RENT, Maln-tt. I n Hcv Mad.ira to N. li'CKKA y W il OL ESALE $200,000 WORTH OP Desirable Clothing:, V v A. II, ill. ItSSS THAN COST! FOR CASH, BY DEVLIN, HUDSON & (U, Broadway, Cor. Warren Srteet, |^INE STOCK FOR SALE. E A A U I O N .IT TUB: O. ai»w old A t'f *d»t i»tlv«- iiioi! a. »l anma i'V«r twenty dollar*. Mtirfartority «ev or^d, wi.h mitsrwat at lt |««r K'Bt P*r autjum, or liberal ducaunt will UMdv rui c*»li in h«ud. JOHN STUART, c31-d —orwlur. LECTION NOTXB. Tliir- ia to Botify al! wrh«na 0 may concent that at tlio n»**i general «"lec-tton, t-i be held on th# Sd Tueaday of Orinber nixl. on* rniinty SopprvtKfr la to b.- t»l« ct#«1 suttiicb of Ul« fulluwiug TuwiikUlM in Lre tx.auty, to wit: Jr•*«?!) Bny. Dfinuark, Pl«a«ant Kidgf, W««*t Point, Van Itureu, Chxrlf^tntt, And ala« f..r OH* Sop^rviaor Maduwn lwwuSip, t» flit the vacaif y au*«d by tt.c rt-aignaiion of Cbario# Kr«dcru k. Kwj. itn«*»« my V1ANOS mmt also say that when nominated on the 9th inst., we were known as Deim crak^ that we are lt»rid a»ul »«»al of ofll'-* hprounto L.S. ajn*i-(t, at Furl MmdiMitt, S^pti'mlcr I1U», A. 1. INSI. KR1R J. LKKCH, C'lrrkO. and ier* ..f tLt» IV.arduf Bf Phah ii Odch, Deputy. U^W .\eHs|ia|er 1WOT,* Johnson ttM^t no xi door to the Poat Off CO, •0]4ltt KKOKl'K IOWA. KO'IKR. The undfraigned, liavinr onttht* Kewnpaper and Htxik ator« or w .Un w limiu, hope prompt attMition to tuorll tbo public patron***. B«-, U I61 o: FOR THE WAR! Ik Miith II «dty of i»«*l to ruiisc ill Panther soul wide as the universe—swear to defend it. For my part I-feel this, that there is now no other duty left us execept to go out and stand and participate in the for tunes of the Republic, or hang our heads in utter shame. If you think it would be a disgrace, a national dishonor, for the na tional flag to suffer another defeat, then g) home and rally the boys, mid let us tin ish this matter at a stroke. is as LOWKV CO. Grn. Jotiu C- Fremuait,I FOR SALE. oiio nch-tnri««d Ri'vrn Octavr FfAVO. witirr Iron Pr4liii' Front. ItounO CorutT*, inodi-rn Mt} ii and iiuproTO. tut'iiU, only $175. Miinuf^t'turor'a prio-, $300 Olio ftcconU-liuiid Piano, in k.«h1 .,rdci aiu] wall in tune: ftriiii'r ri^t. Ojo for s.ili at $ (Suaceaaora to the N, Y. to ay that 4. KM). •••ciind-bund 1'iaiio, old «»t It- but in playing order, Olilv $3.*), wua mdd fur ^75 oil*1 yt'-«r a^o. aofrth.tMit J. i. I'ATUICK. ngWil Piftno-Porte Tuning. lu ioiiid»«r.itioii of tho ai'ttTity of nion. *, 1 hlial!, for tbP present, ttinr Piano* dt the r.tteof $1 6ti, or $1 00 for thoa»- of my patron* wh i have tiiutr PiaiioH oirifd 1411#r trrly. Piimoa, Mrlmlt on*, Ai" '-rJfoiu and fiuitarn rr |iair-d and .»( iUi turn nuarrantit^l. ^10AM COAL!! COAL!.!! 1 b.iv» bnd flftaen ti tw i iitv yi ais' i-X|M?rim 1 111 tlic (irofi-Hsion, and liatre iu uiy [xwhkmou tiif bi'st .if u'stiiuviuu!". *'Tl6-d6t_ J. P. PATRICK. The Keokuk Coat Company, it Famington Coal Co.) Are oprratiiiK their mine* und«r a nmnap'-nxtnt that will a«cure, at all tiinea.an alumdaiit aup|dy of Coai of a unnlity hitherto unaurpaaawl in thin aiaritn. RATbS. At the Yard, h.v tin*' Car loa«l. aeven cent*. Uflivi-rt-d. witlilu the old City liuiita when tlie •luantity ia a full wagun (other*iae, extra hauling charged, eijfht cent* a luishcl. Order* r. ccivtti uX Utft Ofllca, opj.oaite the Coal Tart on the Lev**. J. F. FKANKLVN, Pr««*t, J.W. CL KttlKR, Sec'y. E. R. Fobs, N.O. FiTt H.j Keokuk, Aug. 0.'lil-dtf jyssOLUTION NOTICE, 9. V* A Durk*« »«ptl7-d€t 1 1 A E K A K O Do*» NliW ,Y,UKK.— Fatiiei T:.r (tiii- *trk of Th*r«tif(h-ISrrd II•rath. 1«-1'IiSllJjito ftfcert* lilt- efttaU' tl»r lm» ll-Hr U. Muai l, wiii I* Mid AT PRIVATE SALE AM) A1TTKI.V I* Writ I'hHt. l*r Cavnty Iowa, Uvtaj ikt Vmi/r, AI Ho. 89 *\yr Wholesale Dealtr* smtms iImiiiiialN? Palota Oils, Varnishes, Window Glim, Glassware, Brushes, &c. pl»tadawly Krokuk, law n. WAVMAMCKOW, W.A«BAROADUTK, «*O.D AfPLITOI K.M 'Hkl RV, MtliH X'KITTklCI. QROW, M'CRKKKV A CO., vi-holrsali: in Dry Goods, NO. S.I MAIN STREET, HX. f.OI'IK, Terms n s Have Juat received a l*rg« and con)iet« a!** k of Fall & Winter Goods VV liicll ate Hijcirvi iuf Nuu •f«wn Sticotlrfaand SMrtlfgiJ SlitrtOi!'* of aj-.i-f*-^ (Mlirtiiiga. Strip-» and wv dii Apron ai Mitttitir li^ka? Kni VVi.u«» »i..t rUiw t*ra* and Ufa! K iiifil ('Mhf, riatiiti Or?tT»il la 6r«y KUinifl* r«.tur«"d Caiiton Fiarmn), Bw* i) & HUaii'd raaum KUnrla .d FlR.r.,-la, Hmd. Hiu«- *'i.I (irf. n 1 wiU«d Ceivrt-.t niiuii e*i I n IKaat*fii I.tnary*. (Too.I and comnioB $a|H-r kwavy Pataparo Lln*«y, 3-4.1 3-8, Kf riw»•- ui.d Mai.ii.inon, MM»ta It. varirty Caaidinrrt'i., f.i.ey an.l Klatn Misrctl ItnaM-r l.ttiia and Orfrr.iaUiw* «i*a ri.«vh. .mi k «j Wlar Ma kIIiai ai.kota wmiti Btd l'.iaukrtai Bl«i- -,a ati'i Gr«j Uiketa A K V UI.AMiKTb rte ne Hc„ Wltto^i gwiirrai variety of i Y V I S S AAat*fd (.OOIK I" H»*«raa«»w. »t..J iatr« ot WDtto ifi.h l.ii.fii. c.'.u.ir «n«l HiMnvti. buck Utuv»'» and U iU.stud all »»ual( kfi.t b) it* Oiat Wf I'lft-r t.'»ur "ill mn! ii* tfaui- rally, far ra*h. and a lit.i a i-'»itniuan« of lairota. 0d«ra faiOifiiH) c*. cutrd »tifU af««it! tbo otoiiMy. (tur.ttT waa n«vrr nt.r« ijuu-t than ai pruaobl, lad •o da lay enata in rrg.tril to Ui parting. A I A A W not H.f afcij at*nt of or InV^rrW wtOibuaiaew in way. «-.• uirii u! t^iaw. CHOW, M'CKKKKY C». Ornrr »r Pnf»ro*T *|onr *i.J St l^r *, Mu 5, l«ai TW 0|c iw laaiisnf ].»wm |Mrwn la»*- (If ta W A v^oiif. a»d thr facilities are »url. tlai uo ptr.ou ti r,t t.#- df aiutbulf ioiiger litati ta iticc*** law i MMC clMia (ot -f TKA*. eonalattnf •xit a Si»r fianpowicr. •npcrMI, IpfB 4 SroARS. BcSli«r,a Q" jub atttfcor- A Company of Artillery or Infantry, According to ihi- a-nth of ltit company, |Mt attached U Col lio.ir-'i» Hc|filli nl. Ili'Hiliuaru^r 01. J. inisoo at root, between 9d and v'n Hji liiutli. jiuiur subsioLt-nci' v,iU be fumiabKl to recrnita aa aoou aa muatarad into Mrvict. ac|H6-d R. WILSKT. Sd, UimmI »'it o« |«*a. M. kl.N.^THY, Mawr U. 8. A. Cwart Mara4ul JloliERTSON & MQI KUS, GROCERS, NO. 78 MAIN STREET, \X| KKOKUK, IOWA. VMUgU|aM, 1^1: W LEMONS, Sup. aep2ti.d eoli Doobla-Rrflneti «drrr4. bf •rp* -d U0-«i ru»i)«i4, O Wbit*. A Tt»lii w. for aalr ROBBRTSON JfrQCUS^. riNCY FLOCR. i »r saltt Uy KobkUTHOV It HoQrKair. a«*i urr*nt» Cttroia, aaiaina, ELlmLOCK, Wh«lfa«t« aadi Gr ami Periodical Bitlvte, i'oraaltfbj ROBKRTSON HeQUKKM, O 3E5 11^ UAI.\ SH IU I:T, ••pis-d fltr.om it, iawa. QUC,ARB, TEAS AND COFFEB& F.»r mile low, by a«?pii#-." SAM'L I.insoed Oil and Turpentiuo. **pl*-d a«|IS-d ZANTE POi.UXH. NCY FLOCR, Eagle Mills. Ityo Flour, Gsali»ii) Flour. Foraatoby a~jils u SAll'L POLLOCIL. /IOAL OIL, LARD OIL, F«f O.M'ON l'OUXJUIt, sale low, SaM'I. 1'oU.iK't, Scoioh All*. I'or aale by SAM'L FOIXOCK. CURRANTS, Fitia, lUiaina. at-pls-4 s. Forutteb? mjiKM T?ltK8H For S. ALMONDS, aulo low bf SAM'l. POLLOCK. BratllXttU, Pttatu, N i i i FilbWlft. SAM'L F0LI.OCK, OYSTKKS. in to 'Various ties, at all lJaars, ONJTER'S SALOON, 1*ear Corner of IVIaia uud I'liird ad 10 •J K.MOVAL. Vi uv I'llKAP. A. r~s S&Y :iji» AT u n i u e Duncan ha^ H*inov«*d hla FurnUnre Siofolol# KgiO'S BLOCK, I40 ^Iain nircet, wtiiimH' will eoll clu-ajit'r than ever, to clean out hl« Kow lathe chance for bargain*. unu'.'tiiJiiu J^OOK TO YOUR INTKliEST I I. J. BISHOP & CO.,. OofMf Ot Slain & L^voo, are larpparcd to Mil ofdert for Fruit* of atl kind*. ALS«», CI OKU FRKS1I raoil TUK l'aKS3, rinluwd Ruti't. Pi-rwi* wiiiniip iiiMxl article, cidfr, aud Wine Thr Firm of J, A. Ihirkee & Co. waa diaaolvod in ... February I SSI—.H. Oorltfe of New Y rk wtdidraw. AW HOOKS. •«»»,««*«*• tbo bueiiieaaaaberato- Su.ry-m lln, story on Partnership, y,,, J. A. DLUJXK4.W0 Tremae, Dillon'a ni^at..'Juat recetvod by i' of Vinegar, WtU4o WellU» ft*®tb«mftCStl. *61-llni i(c'ai. Juac r«*c*tvo«t ty oaoiu, imuwiiitu, 00.