THE GATE CITY.
K E O K U K:
1U0XDAY, A ral.ST ti.
FOR 8KOR£TA V OF STATE,
IilRLS U WIGHT,
J. W. CATTI&X,
FOR TBBASUBBB Or STATB,
«. U. H0LXCI,
tW BBGISTCR Or STATE LANS 0IT1CB,
J. A. RARVST,
tOS ATTOBNBT GEBBBAL,
C. C. NOl HtE,
M* cobobebs—risRT Diaiaxct,
JiHEt r. WILIOII,!
toft jtoob or first jcdiciai Disnttcv,
POB DISTBIOT ATTUUTtT,
OI PC* MOIBOa
»0* klUBU OP BOABC or KXrCATIOM,
BEKlf K. EMM,
Who is *a aloiituiaA Wk*m
It in ftf of tb« E»Ai«ripMj.* jKWy—.
«f tbe PmiJeDtV scfcetLfc, Ac.—[Muaaa
We tumpij call uttBrm aa vkm
lien of as abc?:tk«s3 skst :cr i n iaj| i
m*J understand wise are hh bj tW
Yailandighainiiiers whee tbcj Abuse abo
Mliorusts. The PreaidcBt U included as
Use leader, and every Republican and
Mveral Democrat* and Border State mem
bers who voted for tbe President's Eman
cipation scheme are also included by the
•gprcsa leraiH of tbe definition. And by
Implication, all persons are included who
llfcve cordially (supported the war meas
tfjvs of the Government, and go in bear*
tfiy for carrying on ibis war in a measure
Ifeat shall prove offeusite to traitor ala?#
'It is reported that Major Caldwell,
of tbe 3d Iowa cavalry, ia ordered, with
Ms battalion, from Mexico to St. Louis.
!l!he whole battalion is probably in St.
Louis by this time.
Governor Yate« reports to the War
Department that he has 50,000 enrolled
volunteers in the Stale of Illinois.
TBEI ENBOBIB A TRAITOR.
The Democratic Coogronaional Con
vention met on Wednesday, the iiOth
instant, at West Uniou, and nominated
Dennis A. Maliony for candidate for a
•eat in Congress. We will warrant that
nearly one-half of the people of the
Northweot, who are acquainted with tho
iutaoious character of the nominee, will
be struck dumb with amacement at this
proof of monstrous assurance. Thus the
Democratic party formally sanctions the
acts of one of tbe blackest hearted traitors
in the country. The nomination waa made
upon tbe second ballot, as the whole thing
had been out and dried in Mahony's usual
style. A respectable man, Senator Gray
oi Allamakee county, was bis only op
ponent, but be could not bold a candle to
The Convention broke up in a row—
one-third of the Convention withdrawing,
not only from the Convention, but from
the party. Major Cojlen' brother, from
W inneaheik county, in righteous indig
nation, foreswore ali affinity with suoh a
shameless pack of rattlesnakes, and se
ceded from the Democratic party at once
aud forever. All of the Union element
did tbe same.
It must be a proud moment to the old
Democratic war-horses to see inscribed
upon their banners the name of a man
who has been proscribed by his Gov
ernment for treaaon, a man who ia now
playing checkers with his nose on the
grated windows of a prison. A mean,
unprincipled secessionist, a monarchiat
by instinct, and who bos not one particlo
ot sympathy for a republican form of
Government a man who haa even se
cured hie nomination by an intricate series
of machinations, having hia instructed
tools to manage caucuses in every towu
ship in the district a man whom it.is dis
graceful for a loyal man to speak to in
friendship a man in every way unworthy
to occupj the position he aspires to fill.
Do tbe adherents of this man really
mean to set themselves up in defiance to
the Government, and have they douo this
thing for the purpose of inaulting loyal
ists, and arraying themselves with the
enemy? It surely looks ao.—[Dubuque
Tu* Pbbachbb Regiment.—Tie 7,'id
Illinois volunteers is commanded through
out by Hetbodist prescbers. The Col. is
Kev Mr. Jaques. Some of tbe Lieaten
ants and many of tbe privates are mem
bwrs of tbe Methodist church. The Meth
difhculty with the Church South, which
needs settling, and they may have chosen
tbe beet opportunity. We do not
advance Ibis as a fact, however, for we
believe they go for their country's best
good. Those cbiekan roosts, too, will he
Very likely to buffer. Every one knowe
that MttUtodist preachers always like yel
luw-legged chickens. There will b« no
ben-roost guarfe ia tbn regiment—[Pe
Y K E A
Washinotob, Aug. 22.
A number of newspaper correspondents
arrived here to-day from the Army of
Virginia. Their departure thence was
Commander Wtc. J). Porter, tho de
Sirojer of the Ark am as, has been made a
It is not known by any of McCMIan'a
friends hero that he intends, as reported,
to retire from active service in the field.
There is no unusual excitement in Well
ington. Tbe ciiy is as quiet as it has
been at any period within 6 months.
Philadelphia, Aug. 22.
PriWB Intelligence received in this
city confirms the news of the junction of
Our armies also, announces the death of
Col. Hulter, of the 11th Pennsylvania
fegiment, oa the battle field.
Buffalo, Aug. 28.
Tba dry goods merchants have inaugu
rated a movement to aid in the work of
Wilistments by closing their a to
res at 3
clock, p. m,, Aid cootinue daily till
September 2Sth Bj next week it is
•^hontrht their will ta universal
Biiu ifcst all stores be Ciosei for in* pur
pose. War Bkceunfs are called daily at
o riook. p. and there is a determi
nant tfcat Bs.fafc abaii »ot be behind
Wr siste7 eaiicit.
ttwriM mt T«r«tata aa« tbe
WMr I allti.
Washington, Aug. 22.
i YVmkHttle reason to doubt the junc
tion ibe Army of the Potomac with the
Army of Virginia, though no official an
nouncement has been maue. Private let
ters have been received which state that
the union has been made, and there is
now little cause for anxiety in regard to
military prospects in Virginia. The uiove
merit was an extremely hazardous one,
and its successful completion reflects the
highest credit on Gon. Hal leek who plan
ned and General McCIellan who executed
tttfdaddilny from narylattdU
[Special to Tribune.]
Washington, Aug. 22.
Baltitnoreans say that since tbe order
for drafting wu lHsued over five thousand
citizens of Maryland between the ages of
18 and 45 have left that State fur the
South and Canada, and that the exodu
is still going on at the rate of from 300
to 500 daily.
Our York town letter says that when
Generals llalleck, Burnside, McCIellan
and other chief commanders were in
council at Harrison's Landing General
Burnside proposed to bring up bis force,
make of the united armies three columns
of 35,000 each, and march directly upon
Richmond. Burnside waa supported by
Sumner and one other chief, and McCIel
lan acquiesced, but the plan was vetoed.
California «old and Politics.
San Francisco. Aug. 81.
Tbe steamer Scnora sailed for Panama
with one liuudred aud thirty passengers.
9920,000 in treasure for New York, and
$500,000 for England.
Tbe political canvass in California ia
becoming exciting. Senator Latham ia
stumping the State and pretty well re
ceived by both wings of the Democracy,
but bitterly opposed by the Republicans.
The probabilities are that the Republicans
will secure a majority in tho Legialature,
though the contest bids fair to be a close
one. The Breckenridge Democrats make
no nominations for the Legislature, but
will support the Union or Latham ticket
in the different counties.
A large portion of the town of Bear
Valley on General Fremont's Mariposa
eatate, including the St. Charles Hotel
and Government block were destroyed by
fire on the 17th. Loss not ascertained.
New HtHSV«r*« HIbm in Colorado.
San Francisco, Aug. 23.
Consaiderble quantities of gold are arriv
ing at Los Angelos from the new Colorado
mines situated Southeastwardly of the
Colorado River, 60 miles North of Fort
Yuma, aud one hundred miles South of
Mohave, attending indefinitely into an
unexplored country occupied by boatile
lndiaus. About three hundred Amer
icans and seven buudred Mexicans ate
engaged in prospecting with auch encour
aging indications that emigration in that
direction is very considerable. This must
result in the exploration of an extensive
region of country hitherto unknown, hut
believed to be rich in gold.
Cannot right Afalait tht
This is the miserable excuse given by
aome of our people, in view of their being
drafted. They assert they cannot and
will not take uparma against their friends
in the South. Theac same disloyalists
and traitors at heart say nothing about
their fiendish willingness to fight with,
were they allowed, traitors in the South
against their friends and relatives in the
North and border Stolen who aupport tbe
Union. It is no sin. thev think
a father, brother, mother or sister enter
taining loyal sentiments, within the loyal
sentiments, within the loyal States, whilst
it is made to appear terrible they should
be called upon to oppose rebels and trait
ors arrayed in arms against their Union
relatives and friends, and their glorious
flag, Constitution and Government. Out
upon auch transparent hypocrisy and fel
onious tr«&a«B. There never waa and
never can be a sound argument in aup
jport of treachery and treason.
bw York, August 85J.
Fbabcb.—'Thechoicest men and officers
of the Versailles artillery are under or
ders for Mexico. A division of gunboats
for Mexico were being armed. Harvest
accounts in France were very favorable.
It was reported that the French had re
pulsed several attacks in Mexico.
Enolani.—Themarriage of the Prince
of Wales will take place next year, but
no positive arrangement haa been made.
The Princess Alexandria, of Denmark, is
probably the intended hrice.
Distreas in the cotton districts ia in
creasing. Agents are now iti England
desiring contracts in beha If of ibe Fed
eral Government, for a supply of anus,
etc. Con tract* are proposed with a clause
that they siiull be void in case of a war
The Times' city article Bays that if the
weather had beeu unfavorable the present
tendency of the money market would
have produced a panic. The market waa
calm on Tuesday. Conaols 90^a)00|
money [email protected] for aoooant sugar and
American Stocks.—Virginia 6'a ad
vanced 1©. N. Y. C. 7'a, with sinking
fund and bonds, lc. Pa. R. R. shares
advanced lie.-, M. 0. lc. Erie shares .Jo.
THE INDIAN ATBOCITIEI.
St. Paul, August 28.
Partiea from the Minnesota River
who reAched here last night stale that
scouts estimate the number already killed
by the Stoux at 500, based on the num
ber of bodies discovered along the rosde.
It is believed that all the missionaries are
killed. The civilised Indians exceeded
their savage brethren in their atrocities.
Mr. Treoier, an interpreter who hiu spent
most of his life among tbe Indians, vol
unteered to go alone trusting to his
knowledge of the Indians and their dis
guises to escape detection. Dressed aud
painted in the savage style, be arrived at
the Upper Agency at night The place
was literally the habitation of death.—
He vi» ted ali tbe houses aud saw their
former occupants lying dead, some on the
door steps, some inside and others scst
tered in tbe )ai Js He went to the house
of Hon. J. R. Biown, and recognised
every member of the family. Eighteen
in all were mnrdered.
lie visited Beaver Creek aud there
found fifty families killed. He went to
every house and recognized the bodies of
nearly all tbe former inhabitants. Among
those he recognired at Agency were N.
Givens and family. Mr. Gilbraith and
children, Dr. Wakefield and family, John
Todden's family, John and EJward May
ner and two missionaries, Rev. Dr. Wil
liamson and Rev. Mr. Riggs.
Ex-Governor Sibley is now marching
to the relief of Fort Ridgley. Reports
show that the Sioux binds united in car
rying out a concentrated and doperate
Mr. Trenier, the disguised interpreter,
writes to Governor Ramsey, from Hdn
derson, on the 21st, and says he left Fort
Ridgley at 5 a. m. He reporta 2,000 In
dians around Fort Ridgley and that four
wooden buildings wero burning. He
thinks other tribes are joining the Sioux,
and will presents formidable array.
A rttiiuble letter du'ed Gleucoe, 2lst
inat., says: The injury done by the stam
pede of settlers is immense. Another
suoh scene of woe can hardly be found in
the South an in McLeod, Meeker and the
Northern part of Sibley and other coun
In St. Paul and the adjoining country,
all available horses are being gathered up,
and all sorts of weapons will be used by
willing hands, for the immediute and sum
mary punishment of these audacious and
Memphis 19 via Cairo Aug. 22.
Steamer Champion arrived from Cairo
to-day. Near Island No. 8 she was hailed
from the Missouri shore, and refusing to
laud wsa fired upon. Upwards of 70
shota were discharged at the boat repeat
edly. Nobody hurt. Two prisoners ar
rived yesterday, oaptured 10 miles from
A gentleman from Mississippi Bays
Gen. Bragg ia recently reported at Chat
tanooga The next ftiove appears to be
on Nashville. Laat week Jackaon'a cav
airy were stationed near Coldwater, Miss.,
bat they have since been ordered to fall
back towards Lupello, which they did last
Tuesday. Porter's cavalry when last
beard from were below Holly Springs
burning ootton snd committing depreda
tions upon all Union sympathizers. The
report that a portion of Bragg's force
were at Grand Junction iB unfounded.
Up to laat Friday we happen to know
that there were no confederate troops
there except the acoutiug party which
came in every day or two to take every
thing they want and as suddenly depart.
Grand Junction appears to be regarded
by them as dobtful ground hence the
confederates make their arrangements to
remain only a short timo there. The
southern country is Bow overrun with the
guerrillas. Nothing like it was ever
known before. The conscription takes
all between 18 and 35, and then the mil
itia comes and takes all from 35 to 50
lesving but few men at home for auy pur
pose whatever in fact, eur informant
states all kinds of busineas auspended in
many portiona of Miss., and nothing but
the is ihuugui. wf or pureued. This
accounts for tbe large number of guerril
laa everywhere in the Soutoh, and no
where are they more numerous or malig
nant in their operations than in striking
distance of Memphis.
Toledo, Aug. 99.
At* regular Union Convention here
to-day lion. J. Machly was re-nominBtcd
for Congresb by acclamation. Hon. T.
C. Cooman, of Michigan addressed tbe
Oaerrlllai Firing inte our Steam*
Memphis, Aug. 20, via Cairo, 22.
The steamer Swallow, blacksmith boat
to Davis' flotilla, ran aground ten day*
ago, 30 miles below Memphis, broke in
two, and was fast g«'ing to pieces. Last
night a party «»f gm rrillas from the Miss
issippi shore set her on fiie. She wbb
Thirteen hundred gut-rrillas opposite
Helena have been committing depreda
tions, and bave burned 1,000 bales of cot
Within n few days past the ferryboat
Hamilton tfelle was fired into several timea
from the Mississippi shore. Nobody in
liindman's force is reported moving
west from Little Rock. The people of
the country are leaving with him through
fear of the Federal army, lliudmau's
entire army is supposed to have left Lit
tle Rock and be. n moving west, fearing
an advance of the Federals in force.—
They take slaves and all movable property
An attempt is to be made to iudnce
Governor Yates to interfere and get Isham,
the Chicago Times correspondent, pa
roled. He is still at Irving Prison await
TAMCBT GONi: TO CANADA.
Buffalo, August 23.
It has been rumored here for some days
past that a distinguished member of tbe
Southern Confederacy had passed through
here, in disguise, to Canada, and was stay
ing at the Clifton House, Niagara Falls.
It is alto stated that he i.s bearer of im
portant dispatches to Europe, and he ia
no less a person than Win. L. Yancey.
New York, August 22.
¥fee steamer II
a zee and Jersey Blue
arrived from Newberne to-uight with dates
of the 20th. All is quiet there.
Jaafc. Allen and Jilyt Dnff.
The telegraph Informs us that these
men have been arrested on a charge of
treuson. They were both prominent mem
bers of the late constitutional oonvention,
aud bitterly pro-slavery. Our do*k was
next to Allen's and but a little way from
Duff's. Allen left th« house so as not to
vote on the resolutions over the taking of
Fort Henry. They were both examined
before tbe whitewashing committee, and
testified that they knew nothing of the
order of "Knights of the Golden Circle."
We believed then, aa we do now, that
they perjured themselves, although Duff
professes to be a religious man. Now if
they can find out the facts, it will appear
that Alexander and O'Melveney and
McNeely and a half dozen others are of
the same stripe. The Vallandigham dem
ocracy are fast going into camp at Fort
Warren and Fort McHenry. By Nov
ember thej will have but few leaders left.
They are arrant traitors and Bhould be
taken care of.—[Elgin Gazette, 20th.
CONCERNING LABGE AKIHIEB.
The following facts, culled from tbe
fields of ancieut story, may be of some in
terest at tbe present time
The city of Thebes had a hundred gates,
and could send out at each gate 10,000
fighting men and 200 chariots—in all,
l,OOU,UOO men and 2,000 chariots.
The army of Trerah, King of Ethiopia,
consisted of 1,000,000 men and 300 char
iots of war.
Sesostris, King of Egypt, led against
his enemies 000,000 men, 21,000 cavalry
and twenty-seven scythe-armed chariots.
1491 B. C.
Iiamilcar went from Carthage and land
ed near Palermo. He had a fleet of 2,0#0
ships and 3,000 small vessel, and a land
force of 300,000 men. At the battle in
which be was defeated, 150,000 were
A Roman fleet, led byRcgulus against
Carthage, consisted of 330 vessels, with
1-40,000 men. Tbe Carthagenian fleet
numbered 350 vessels, with 159,000
At the battle of Cannae, there were of
the Romans, including allies, 80,000 foot
and 6,000 horse of the Carthagonians,
40,000 foot and 10.O00 horse. Of these
70,000 were slain in all, and 10,000 ta
ken prisoners more than half slain.
Hannibal, during hia campaign in Italy
and Spain, plundered 400 towns' and de
stroyed 300,000 men.
Ninus, the Assyrian king, sbout 2,200
years B. C., led against the Bactriana his
army, consisting of 1,700,000 foot, 200,
000 horee and 10,000 chariots armed with
Italy, a little before Hannibal's time,
waa able to aend into ih» nearly
Semiramis employed *,*00,000 men in
building the mighty Babylon. She took
100,000 Indian priaoners at the Indus,
and sunk 1,000 boats.
Sennacherib lost in a single night 185,
000 men by the destroying angel—2
KingB, 19 36-37.
A short time after the taking of Baby
lon, the forces of Cyrus consisted of 600,
000 foot, 120,000 horse and 2,000 char
iota armed with scythes.
An ar»y of C&ubyeos, 50,000 strong,
was buried up in the desert sands of Af
rica by a south wind.
When Xerxes arrived at Thermopylae,
his land and nea forces amounted to 2,641 ,
010, excluaive of servants, euuuobs, Wo
men, sutlers, &c., in all numbering ft,
2^3,320. So say Herodotus, Plutarch
Tbe army of Artaxerxes, before the
battle of Cunaxa, amounted to about
Ten thousand horses and 100,0OO foot
fell on the fatal field of ls«us.
When Jerusalem was taken by Titus,
1,100,000 perished in various ways.
The force of Darius at Arbela num
bered more than 1,000,000. The Per
sians lost 90,000men in this battle Alex
ander about 500 men. So kh)p Diodo
rous. Arian says the Persians, in this
battle, lost 300,000 the Greeks, 1,200.
•'or Clerk or Ulilrlcl Court.
The «n«n friend,
without dUtliictlOD of
uf Let county,
New York, Aug. 23.
The sensation Baltimore correspondent
of the Herald gives a story that Jackson
ia marching to Winchester with 10,000
men, while Waller with 15,000 is to at
tack Pope's army. Jackson is then to
turn to Leesburgh and orosa the Potomac
into Maryland and march on Washing
Fort Monroe, Aug, 23
Williamsburg was evacuated by tbe
Union troops at 4 o'clock p. m. yesterday.
The rear guard was under command of
Major Stetson, and consisted of five com
panies of the 5th Pennsylvania. It is re
ported that Williamsburg was burned last
night, but it needs confirmation.
KlMt'Aini Hl'MK, K«q.,
it It beli«veil that he will receive
liia name tD
the LH»trict Court
be i«, bjr edQcatioo and exp«ricBO*, for lh« offic*,
thoae who bellcre that the only Utt for th« jio-
itlon should le
A lame front Rooia, lifhtnl with |ia* and In good Ol
der, over Yuunker & Bro.'» »lorc, very cheap.
aurt3--l'2w YOl'NKEK 4- BKO.
Notice li hereby given that
alto oo Maiu be^voen Mater and frit ftroet.-. Tbe
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Cincinnati Branch, Office in Company'g Building,
Cor.Tbird aud Malu titreeU.
Paid upC»|iit*l. Sarptaafc Beeerve Fundi..M,te0 5it5
Yearly Revenue, oter *,iOO,U»
XT/* Tbe Shareholder* rMjionalble for encasement*
of the CoUi|.aay. All Pireetofa lauat hehbarobuUlcn.
niKECToHS IN NfcW VollK.—Francta C.-Hpnet,
Chulroian Arelili.nl' 11. Contul
liaiilard, Jr., Faq.:
Surctarj Alex. Hamilton,
jr., Couuael of 'lit Hoard.
H. K. Lore St Co., Agents, Keokuk, Iowa.
Notice i» hereby given that the underaigned haa
been ap|iOlnlM hj tbcOuntj Court of Lee eoanty,
Iowa, Adnniii»lrat»r of tli-«' John Lyeo, de
oi utld County. Peraoiin bavin* riatma
ajrainat the etlale will file theui aa I'fen rib. bjr law.
Thoae indebted to tbe «ua« are elected k make
prompt •etllemwt. __
ALSJt. LOCHHBAO Adm'r.
B. H. OiLLMo*e, Atfy. l»u|lJ-»w
Ketwoea Keokak ud Mr. Balding'*, a Oay-Boek.
iiimiiinf note, for tha eatate of Vl. Worm, deceas
ed The flader will pleaaa irtre toformation to
1). 1) MOKHIK,
auglS-d Prospect Grove, hcolland Co., Mo.
A 8oldier'a wlie loat a parae on the 15th laat., eome
where on Main etreet, containing a fSO Treaavry Ilote,
two St hllla and leu tenia In cbanire. Alao, a prom
l«*orr note ol BIO. given by John Locmta Ui,
ing note, as It will be paid oiily to the jiur
it la givcu
Some 9fi yards cf carpet, made op for mam, three
ply, witb dark round Kround uud purple tlowera, waa
loat on the Mugar Creek road on laat Friday. A ny per
aon flndlug it will pleaae leave It at J. M. Billing*'
•tore, corner of 6th and Maiu street*, and receive a
liberal reward for their trouble.
Jadge. Terms, Cash.
iMMfBBI Oi' 1HF IOWA IET1X*
Areerdiag to Oeeeral Order No 79, laaucd by the
Commanding Oeoeral uf tbe Army of Mi*al**ippi, all
abii ntees of tbe Iowa 17ill Regiment of Volunteere
ruujt forthwith Join tbeir Regimtnt, or, unlex I
drawn from the Brm of J.
Bishop baa with
Co. Tb« bual-
n*aa will be cuotinued under tbe (am* name and atyUi,
al the old
corner Main and Water
the old flnn.
BISHOP a oo.
Tbe Firit Seitton ot the 5lb year of till* 1MUta
ou will commence on
•ONBAY, SEPTEIKBES 1st.
Reoini In Ibe Court House, on iib tlreet.
P. Lowe, Wni. Thoni|.»oa
V. «. McGavte
W. W. AM
AuKuet SB, "SB-dS*
TJ. 8. Infantry 1 actlca
t' S. Soldien Handy Book
Tin* 'lay received at BHOW NELL'S Book Store,
receivad ci rufioa*e»of an Army Medical Officer of their
Inability to re-Join their Kcfiiment, they will be re
ported deaei ter*.
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Daniel l0«iell Allen Ktitin
A Ilea oialMMki
OMen n Faulkner
Motl cal I Miliar
Adelpba* Jolmeon Tho*
Jar via Haul*
George Jewett DeWitl 11
Freleric* Honl Elijah Mxre
rharle- Ulair Frank Pbelps
K CaaciUa Tbo« Simpson
Wm II MePberSOB ft Worrell
llaye* W Ha- -y
K Kbatny O Oraen
li '1 bmuuei Phiilipa
ev w Mnlford
W Tt' Stevens
A K Kdfingtou
Jsrper K Hearf
Bern Wm Wafter
t'orp W K Hants
W K JobustMl
Jubb w Murphr
John W DaVle
John C»i|..'i !cf
Come it us silvers
Wm A Ueo
Ho tit Mill*
Manuel li li.vi*
A. BrlilftmaU, J. KI.j.I,
8. F. Miller, Cox II SbelUyt
Win Van Steinwick
l.ev i itiaon
(ieorge W Burk
V\'u ti ii»Kl
W«i I unt
John 1) Hi.nr.ierebeldt
Geo Coll la*
Jolin !,j il |e
(ieo W Huili.-B*
A Ibert il
Aiford 8 Mi III*
Cbs* K Btiub
Abraham San ford
EOKUK HIGH SCHOOL.
will open forth*
MONDAY, NEPTE1HBIB 1«1,
Coner of itband Main.
The School 1a Permanent and wi|l be clualSed to
meet tbe want* of the public. Thorough instruction
will be given in the Common and Ulgbar Bnglinb
Brahcbea in the Science*, Mathematio* and Claaaic*.
For partitulara, inquire of
J. S. KIMBALL, A.
gALE OF REAL ESTATE.
givan that the
p. ni, of aaid day, at the corner of Maiu and 2*1 Rtreeta,
tbe city of Keokuk, will offt-r at public aala (unlet*
Bold al private sale prior to aaid dale) the followiag
deacribed Keal Katate in X«okuk, Iowa, vu: Lot*
three  and four
Block ooe hundred and
Wm W aokstts
jo»eph o Walker
Cwc la« id Orr
W f? Veetig
Bicbard Aj.pli cate
Ws w htdrig*
Americu* 1 I^ck
Clem men Blley
Samuel a FrepaB
Many of the above persons
F. .'-j mien on, Keq..
cored in lioapitals. They muat report.
By order Col. JOII5 W RANKl.t,
aug^-d Corn'd'g lo«a l?tb.
Oi:NTY STll.L PAID TO RE
Bstraol fwai General Order of War SvnBHSl
From an after the flfietiitb dsy of Au-
trn,i no new reginent* of volunteera will be orgwnif
i ll, but the present bounty anil advance pay will be
paid to thoae volunteering to gt into the old regi
By order o( the Secretary of
Bounty and advance pay promptly paid to tBoeO
Major litb Iowa, Kecrulting OA4W
Keoknk, A of.
Timbertake, dat«d Aug. lat, 1862. and payable to her
oi iicarer iix month* from date. Ttic Onder will leave
at thia office, when he will be liberally rewarded.
Ail p«raoua are warned agaiuat receiving tbe forego
gLIGO" AND "TYRONE'* IROH.
WILLIAM H. MARKHA1C,
Successor to Beed a Markham,
N»I. II LFTW tod 46 Commercial St.
on tilts at an Tins a rcLi asmitiiit or
Sltqo" and "Ttbone" Ibob.
Gebuime "O" Hokme Nails, all ail
Cabbiaoe ani Plow Boi.tk, H«stqiiai
it j, with Foboed Nl'Ts, each bolt war
Burden's Hobsx and Mule Shois.
Which I offor VARY Lew ia tka TibAsIw:
Carr ants and
This day received by
Scpienaber, lHfi'J, at 3o'clock
Lot* ten 110,] eleven  and twelve
Klocii one hundred and aeveuteen [117.] Oue-lhird of
Lots ten [10,1 eleven  and twelve [12.]
sixteen [118 Haid property belongin* t« tbe eatate of
and sold by order of County
J. W. OGDBW,
auraO-dtd Executor James Taaker. dee'd.
JJECRU1TS WANTED FOR THE
15th Regiment Iowa Volunteers,
Over six month* In aervice and now la eaanp at Boli
var, Tenneatec, iuGen. J.
Bach recruit will receive on belnu mu«t«red in, four
dollar* recruiting fee, twenty Ave dollar* United
Btatea bounty, one montha pay (tbirteen^dollara) in
ty al tbe end of euliiiment.
Only able-bodied men wanted, who will be fur
iiiibed with •tibilatcnce and good quarterBon Joining,
ami witb clothing on arriving at the general rendea
veus at Davenport.
Kerruit* are permitted to enter *uch company of the
regiment they mar prefer.
Office—Second street between Main nnd Johnson,
near tU* Poslofltoe.
lova Vols. Kecrultlng
Peraons having the arm* of the Stat* ia tholf pos
seuion will return the same to me at owe. Thoae
who miglcctto return tbe same will be viaited by an
omoer. C. W. LOWHIK,
Anil. Q. M. Gen'l and Aid-de-Camp to he Guv'r
BOBBBTBOB dt M'Q V EBB,
Black Lead PenMle,
Oor. 4th and MatnMk
Tbe Oneet assortment ever offered in Keokuk*
For sale by BD.
jyiUd Cor. ttb and Mala-St.
POAL OIL! COAL OIL!
Jo brls In store and for sale as low as the loweeUfcy
ma yd llSMainBt.
il varieties, at
BBOWBBLL'S BOOK BTOIL
Cor. 4th a Matn-ote.
MILITARY MAP OFTHE
Shewing all tbe Railroads, theirstaMoasanddta
tan***, also tbe Counties,Towns,Village*.Harbors,
Hiversand Ferts, compiled from tb* latest Oovern-
Per sale hy M. W .WKSOOTt,
feb7-d MalnH»tM9d door from 4th
Bor Sale by
WM. W. BELKNAP Major,
Fo sal* by BOBIRTSON 4 McQUBBB.
We bave for sale a superior article of Wine, throe
year*old. froBi Okie, 'rrtce ft 50 per gallon.
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