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K E O K U K WEDNESDAY, OCTQBEB 1. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS •late Ticket. i'uK SECRETARY Of STATE, JA»ER WnKiHT, Of Bll tU ih FOR ACDIToK cr MATE, J. W. CATTELL, or FOR TRKAStJRKB Or STATK, W. H. HOIiBEl, or JOMS. FOR RLGIsIER Ol ST AT I: LAND OriICK, J. A. UAKVEY, orrui:*oNT. FOR ATTORNET GENERAL, c. c. ivoiusr., or FK1.K. JO* OOKGRES8—F18RT Dl8l*rCT, JAMEI r. WILSON, •or jtrrcatON, WAI #TJDO*OY FII!:-T JCDICTAL DISTRICT, FRANCIS Miti*r i:i«, «r t.nrm. FOR MFETRICT ATTORNEY. JUklll A TKACV, or pi:* Noun. Pt'R MJtMeER f+P BfA Rt trrXITUCAtieN, ai VUT K. EDSO^ or i.tt. FOR Cl.KRK ('F DISTRICT COCRT, AMI HI II BRIIKMHAN, or KSolU'K. £•&" Our readt rs will find in the tele graphic extract frotn the London Tiuits, the great organ uf despotism in Europe, a perfect identify of spirit with that which characterises the Vallandigham press of the North. There is, indeed, as complete harmony of vic-wa between the opposition in the Northern States and the British journals us there was in 1M2 between the Hartford Conventionists and tho British. They are working in concert to humiliate and destroy our Government and our lib erties, and to reduce us to submission to a slaveocrattc despoti.vni by a niprenmc under the dictation of K inland. The reported i tiitgfction of Lex ington, Kentucky, in which two entire blocks, including the Bank, were consum ed, would indicate that the Kebels do not regard themselves as permanent occupants of the place. J3T The a&sessment of SI 1,AflO on the Secesh of Carroll county, Mo., ought to prove a warning to th :t gainst render ing aid and comfort to the marauders. #ST The rumored attack of onr fleet on Mobile, will probably be confirmed in a short time. AH.TIY COHBEIPOKDEXCE. ICKA, MlSSJSsiPPt, 8ept. 21th, l^tig. J. B. HOWELL, lv y,— Dear Su:~-\ suppose you have seen of cjurse, by tele graph, that there was a battle fought in this vicinity on the 19th irait., between Gens. Price and Rosecrans. The fight commenced about an hour before night and continued till dark, and was one of the most fiercely contested of the war.— There were some ten or twelve Regiments of the Confederates actually engaged con sisting of Texas, Louisiana, issistippi Aiabama and Arkansas troops. Qn our «de there were actuary engaged, the 5th, lCth and 17ih Iowa, 11th and 26th Mis, •ouri, 48th Indiana and 11 th Ohio Bat tery, and probably some othcis which I 4o not know. The 5th lowu covered themselves with glory. They had two hundred and ten men killed and wound ed, and stood firm against the repeated bayonet charges of tLt» enemy. They had thirty killed on the held and many have already and will die Irotu their wounds.— Lieut. Sam Sample was seii.-usly, though Sft dangerously wounded by a shot thro' Hie thigh. The 10th Iowa had twelve Men killed and forty wounded. Col. Cham bers is severely but not considered dan gerously wounded his Adjutant was killed bis legiment behaved gallantly.— The 7th were engaged and Capt. Archer I* wouuded seriously by a musket Bhot through thigh near the hip, but will re thuugh were 0pver, though it will bo a troublesome Wound for a long time. He and Sample p00"?!!"^. notorious thief, John both tiken to Cortnth yesterday.— Led 'rUi8e- The 17tb did not suffer severely, as 1 hav The whole loss on our side was proba bly 150 killed and 260 wounded, and on O EVR-J/% I I 1 ^AAU w ik« au auu wounded. Among their killed was Brig. Gen. Little, late of St. Louis and a re signed officer of our Regular army. A i e rt y tbe night, and commenced the attack by Seen but few of their men among the of May, which authorized the executive Wounded. 1 understand the regiment be- j10 hsved well. The 2Gth Missouri and 4lKh I i e \.A 11 firing into lb. «U. the -m^or-iDg, I w"- wiko were in the (own, with shot and shell, hen they left in the greatest confusion, throwing away their tents and burning up many of their wagons on the way. Gen. Grant commanded the army in person and had hits head quarters at Burnsville, miles west of this. Gen. liosecrans cctnmunded the right wing, which extend ed sevcial miles south pf Burnsville to wards Jacinto. Gen. Ord commanded the left wing which extended some three or four miles north of Burnsville, towards East port, at which place it was txjxeled the rebels would altompt to cross the Tennessee river, «s it is said 10 be bleat that point. The 11th, 13th and l5tli Iowa were To the left wing, the 15th in the advance and driving the rebel pickets for some 2 miles, and as far as we were permitted, the firing otVmc timesbeing quite sharp, but failing to c» me upon the main body »f the rebel army, we were halted at Ii o'clock p. m., expecting that Rosecrans would drive the enemy towards us but it now appears that the eneuiy, who were near our front, on the left in for&»rHhfimng that Rosecrans was driving up their pick ets rapidly on the right, double (juickcd to that end of their line, and had the engagement near night, ofwhich we heard nothing until we entered Iuka, nut mor ning. Had Gen. Grant given the order for the left wing to move up to Iuka, Price and his whole army would, proba bly have been bagged. As it is, he was sorely whipped at.d his conscripts badly frightened. I presume Gen. Grant sup posed that a large portion of the enemy's foree vras in fiont of our left wing, and therefore, the left winjj was not ordered up. The country is covcred with dense thickets and it is difficult to see more than a few rods ahead. Price retreated south and probably is at tempting to form a junction with Brecken ridge, andornand Yillipigue, who are at Grand Junction, threatening, if they have not already attacked Boliver, fur the pur pose of cutting off our communication with Columbus. We should have W),()( more troops in tl is part of the country, to be able tu take up the offensive policy. And yet we do not hear of a man being sent this way- I iuppoee they will be. after a while. The 11th, lSthand 16th Iowa are hold ing this place, Col. Crocker commanding the post. It is a healthy place—splendid springs of both pure and mineral waters. Most of the inhabitants have gone. Iam occupying, as my hcad-qnarters, a splen did mansion, finely furnished, belonging to one ot the chivalry, who resides, it is said, in Memphis, and whose name is Robert Binkloy. This is line country and a defightfu] climate and 'when it is thoroughly conijer ed and fettled up with civilized, enter prizing and intelligent people, will be a country desirable for a white man to live in but it must be settled by a new race of people. Enclosed I send you a number of let ters, picked up by me, along the line of Price's letreating army, to show the state of literature in this country. Our wounded soldierB are doing well and are cheerful. Most of them are but slightly wounded. Yours truly, Cra.' 1 I out of the I iai a fought gallantly and suffered se- powering him to raise an independent' ®ouin!an(1 H. T. REID. DANCIKG TIIJEJK HAGS OFF.—Two UN sophisticated country lasses visited Nib lo's in NewYork, during the ballet sea son. When the short-skirted, gossamer clad nymphs made their appoarauce on the stage, they became restless and fid gety. 4 0, Annie," exclaimed one, xot- (o roce. "Well, Mary 1'' "It ain't nice—1 don't like it. "Hush!" I don't care—it atnt nice, and I wonder Aunt brought us to such a place, "Ma ry, hush, the folks will laugh at you." After one or two flings and a pirouette, the blushing miss said -0, Annie, let's go. It aint nice, and I dont feel comfort able. "Do hush, Mary, replied the pter, whose own face was scarlet, though it wore an air of determination. "It's the first time I ever was at the theatre and I suppose it will be the last, so I am just going to stay it out, if they dance every rag off their backs. FLOTD'B WUTATIOK JM VIUU1NIA Gov. Letcher has issued his third procla mation, catling upon the troops of Virgin ia between the ages of thirty-five and for ty-five to enroll themselves under the I'r,H'lKn,at,on8 wer« based upon a law of the rebel Legislature of Eastern Virginia, passed on the 17th C(JUU"8sion John U. Floyd a Alaj. Con-, °5 ^ta,e afl61' INDIFPKRENC* TO UEATHT '»e had been kicked F,ar8ue1:, Confederate .service and PHI- erely, especially the 48th Iod. force of ten thousand men. Four months! ^uowj°^gc of the President, although the have passed and the men are not enrolled.' fJre8't'4,nl alone has the power lo place a Hencc the Governor's third prochtma-S juu,ior who was to all the battles before Rich mond, remarks that it is astonishing how indiffereut to dauber a man becomes iu u,u large num »er of Confederates w«re taken action, after being in it a short time. He and have since come in, as prisoners.— -says—"While supporting a battery some Our forces held the battle ground during our 1,, n 8le'n 'ay down on the ground and utterly regardless of the bu"",u6•ruu,"i Y E E A 1 ford# Jtftei-HooH Report. HHl'lltll HYMPATHIZrBK||' Cape Race, Sept $$ The London Daily News, editorially taunts its friends seriously with being ju bilant over the triumph over slave power I and asks who is to be better for it and says that, should the hopes of English friends soon be realized and twenty mill ions of litemcn of the North pushlaniui ously consent to let six millions in the South give law to their continent, we may expect to see them assenting to the free exercise of the rights of trade on the coast uf Africa. We shall find that th*y will be as little disposed to defer tu ourno tions about the A/iican slave trade as they have been to aecpt tl.e doctrines of New England about the ehae trade between JStatos, which is a right Jeff Davis has ex pressly insisted on for the South. His ad mirers in England may find they have not dune him all the service he requires. The London Times earnestly denoun ces the policy of the Abolitionists of the .North, in seeking to raise the negroes of the South against their masters. It says the idea of the Abolitioniats is to organ ize a series ofCawnpore massacres as le gitimate devices of warfare, but it thinks they will not be successful in tho attempt. It adds Indeed, it is difficult to see how u proclamation by a besieged or fugitive president can have any greater effect than documents issued by such Generals as Hunter and Phelps, in inciting negiocs to revolt. It trusts that President Lin coln will refrain from an aet which will at once be a crime and blunder which will in no way advance the Federal cause, but only deepen the hatred between the tn^o sections. The New York corrcsftondt nt of the London Times i.s of the opinion that. Eu rope need not fear that the North will un.te to repel foreign intervention. Its couta»e is gone and the game is lost, and Washington knows, if New York does not, that the Abolitionists arc destroying the Union by their fanatic efforts to save it. Tb« Ntnt from Klcbtnond. Fort Monroe, Sept. l.'H. The flag of truce bo-tt brought down five families from Ifi.-hu.w:,.! bound North. 1 ho Richmond Dispatch of September 2Dlh says Our army is daily increasing by accessions of stragglers, and whatever may be the intended movements of Lee, he is perfectly successful in keeping them concealed. I'p to Tuesday last our pickets extend ed to the neighborhood of Harper's Ferry It is not probable that the Federal army will attempt to cross the Potomac against us at present. Kanv is occupied by our rangers. Five hundred \ankecs, many of them wounded, are expected to arrive to-day from Gordonsville. If thev arrive in season, they may be included in the num ber of the released prisoners that we shall send to Aiken's Landing to-day. On Thursday ('.(» Yankee prisoners ar rived from Goidonsville, including sev eral commissioned officers, surgeous and nurses. The whole party will be sent home in a few days with 60 other Yankee civilians and others. Iwenty-five lankee prisoners, oaptur ed in North Carolina, arrived at Sipley's Prison yesterday. 'I he Dispatch also mentions the fact that Abraham Lincoln has issued a pro clamation to liberate the slaves, but makes no farther comment on the sub ject. The Dispatch contains an item from a Texas paper, dated Sept. 6, which says: Sam Houston is alive yet and well, and is living on lusold homestead. The Richmond Examiner says that the public highway in the valley of Virginia, from Winchester to Staunton, is crowded with suffering and wounded soldiers— poor fellows who were in the terrible tights of Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, and especially in the terrible fight of Wednesday of last week. They left the battle held for home or the hospital nnd too weak to proceed and had uo money to procure their passage. It is exceedingly painful and sorrowful to see these poor, ragged, toil worn and battle scarred heroes trudging wearily and languidly along. Let them be looked after at once. The same paper complains ol frequent failure Southern mails. 1 he Examiner also regrets that debates in Congress on tbe conscription bill should be conducted in a way to influence the public mind. It complains particularly of the speech of Conrad of Louisiana on tho subject, and adds that the word States means much more than is implied in Con rads limited Lexicon—Stales aro not political organization, they are sovereign- Slfel's Bcatoai to be llellevefl. New York, Sept. ?9. The Washington correspondent of the Tribune says Oeneral Sigel has asked to be relieved of his command. His letter to the President gives the following rea sons for course he has found it necessary *irst, uecansc he over A soldier, ueooiues 1U was placed under of junior officer without 8enior tion. becoud, iiecause his command has of same grade. Because his gruuuaily boen reduced first by removal from it of two divisions, Cox's and Cook's, and then ot two brigades, i'ratt'a aud Milroy's. Third, Bccause none of the regiment* raised expressly Jor him, except one, have bteu assigned to him or have others been given him in their places Fourth, Because of grossly abusive i Banner in which Halleck haa Lifat«rl t.i... If 1 had not seen this, I eertainiy mf pr personally and officially would have believed it. I Fifth. Because hi-ii. I Fifth, Because his little command has I een placed in an exceedingly exposed position and ordered to perform tasks that aie inipossible for it tnd require u Urge command. Sixth, Because he eannot proewre her ses and equipage for his artillery and q»v~ airy, and heoce hose amis »f the rervtce are comparatively useless to him, Se%'enth, Because all his requests and requisitions arc neglected or refused on account of which his trooj.s i.re discourag ed uhd comparatively intflicu in.and many have not been paid for six months. Eighth, Because he cannot expect a fair treatment, and because his troops, for whom he is double concerned, are made the innocent sufferers on his account. He is. persuaded that they would fare better under another commander. The statement thut regiments raised expressly for Sigel had not been given him is confiimed by the testimony of the Governors of six States: Tod, Kirkwood, Blair, Yates, Andrew and Spragnc, who are anxious to know w by this is so, and are urging the authorities to carry out the promise which they made at the timo the permission to raise regiments in each of their States for Gen. S»gel was given Several Western Governors are urging the appointment of Ilookor to command* the Union armies in the Mississippi valley. Judge Lane, of Northern Alabama, is here. He urges, us do all men who live in that section of the country, the im portance of taking possession of East Tennessee, and holding it against all rebel comers. He says that if our lines were extended to the whole Southern bouuJury ot* Tonnessee, the rebel army of the West would be entirely unable to support itself. Speaking fioui a thorough knowledge of the nature of the country South of that line IK says it is incapable of producing the requisite supplies. lie considers the locent movement northward of the rebel uriuies to be4on the main a great foraging expedition in search of bread. it is stated by very respectable author ity that Cassius M. Clay will ufter all re turn to Russia. The reason assigned is his inability to agree with the Admini stration in regard to the conduct of the war. The statement gains credibility from rumors which have for some time prevailed of Mr. Cameron's expeeted re turn on a visit. The Times' correspondent aeserts that conscription is being actively aud most rigidly enforced in that portion of Eastern Virginia, now occupied by rebel troops. Every white male person, between 15and 05 years, being impressed into the rebel service. The rebels have a!u impressed all negroes into their seivico us teamster* and laborers in the Quartermaster s do department. A statement is going the rounds of the press to the effect that previous to his leaving Washington for Fiederick, Mc Clellan advised the abandonment of Har per's l'erry as an untenable position is unfounded. Gen. Harney had nn interview to-day with the Secretary of War, but the ob jects and results were not transferred. Additional to American's letter last night. A ride from the center of the army ot the Putomac to its right wing at Wil Jiamsport, gives one an impressive idea of immense numbers of men and aggregate material that has been brought together. For 1 iS miles the eye never loses sight of camps. I)r. McLaughlin, of Bradley Johnston's Staff, gave himself up to the pickets of the Gth Maryland, and stated that he was utterly tired of the rebel service, and would sooner be in Ft Mc Henry than with their army in Virginia. F^arly this morning a large foree of cav alry crossed the Potomac at Blackburn's ford and moved off towards Shepardstown. They had not returned when I closed this letter. Our scouts visit Shepardstown frequently by day while rebel cavalry still cornea there at night, that place being held by neither. At Shepardstown Fer ry, on this side of the Potomac, there are over 20U wounded rebel prisoners guarded by the 91st Pennsylvania Regiment, and under csro of six rebel Surgeons. The men are of desperately wounded class. Our advance is four or five miles out, and a rebel force, composed of ten Brigades of Louisiana and North Carolina troops are in our immediate front and show a dispo sition to contest our further advance.— Spirited cavalry and artillery skirmish took place this morning in which our nu n did weil, and drove the rebels some dis tance. A rebel cavalry officer was cap tured and brought into the Ferry. Washington, Sept. 30. The following report of the victory of Antietam has been forwarded to Head Quarters of the army by Gen. McClellan:! ^'RISTY J"I» Near Sharpsburg, Sept. 29, 1:30 p.m. To Mnj. Gen. 11. W. JIalh'ck. Gen. in Chief I S. A. I have the honor to report tho follow ing, as some of the results of the battle of South Mountain. Our loss was 443 kill ed, 1,8(10 wounded aud 707 mssinnp.— At Antietam our loss was 2,010 killed, 9,416 wounded and 1,044 missing. The loss of the rebels in the two bat tles, as near as can be ascertained from other data, will not fall short of the fol lowing estimate: Maj. Davis, Asst. In- I.H spector General, who superintended the burial of the dead, reports buried upon the field of Antietam by our troops. Previous to this, however, the rebels have burifxl'manv o' •'•fir dend "G 4/)00. AcffOrdi Cau Held I S-2 CUIIHMUOII W Carpi-nter Flood 1' GiUieo* l)r W It G«tUDK« JO Goodwin PA-S Garin k II GuKirurty I. Galloway 1:' tant portion of tho battle field, which they occupied aftor the battle, probably, at least 7,000. The loss of the rebels at South Mountain, cannot be ascertained with accuracy, but as our troops drove them at the commencement of the action and as a much greater number of their dead WHS seen on the field than of our own men it is not unreasonable to suppose that their loss was greater than ours. In timating their killed at 500, the total re ported killed in the 2 battles would be Hay* li -i" Ilotcii til iiai iau It octl-dlt to the rates of our! TZ o own killed and wounded this would"miki their loss in wounded lK,74«,as nearly as can be determined at thi* iinw.. *phe number of prisunera taken by our troops in tho two battles will, at the least esti mate, be 5,00U the full returns will doubt I ess show a large number of these ubout 1,200 were wounded. This giveR me u rebel loss in killed, wounded and prisoners, 25,571 It will be observed that this does not. include their stragglers, the number of whom is said to be, by cit izens, very large. It may bo safely con cluded that the rebel army lost at least :i(),0U0 of their best troops, from the time our troops first encountered the enemy ni Maryland until he was driven back into Virginia. We captured l.'l gunp, 7 onis ons and 9 limbers, 2 field forces, 'J eaison bodies arid 1 signul flag. We have not! lost a single gun or a color on the battle field of AntieUun. 14,(K)0 small firms were collected, besides tho large number carried off by citizen* and ti.osc distribu ted on the grounds to recruits, and other uuarined men arriving imtncdiatolf after the battle. At South Mountain no collection of small arms was made on acocunt of tho haste in pursuit from that point. 400 we re taken frotn the opposite side of the Potomac. [Signed] B. McCt.Jtl.LAS. for jructlco af the Peace. 0. LYMAX candidate lor re-el«ction to tbeof fl« of JuitlM of tb* PiMf, for Jarkmn lowothfji, Lw county. lar Conmublc. authoria*l to ann AKDaa a candidate for ouiUtet* of Jtacki^n towa- ship at tliu eutuiug if far Jaatlce of the iPeaee. lihNKY VANAUSDAL will tw a candidate lr Jw lice of tb« l'eace lu Jack»«n Townthlp, at tUe October ciuctton, Juatlc* af ib« Peace. We ans »uth0|Urd toannouuee KObKRT A. BOYCE as a etudidatp for JuUlve of tlie Peac#, at tbe a p. proacliinp rh-ctloij. 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JUine, eon* 01 Muhoyany Dretsing Bureaus, Ward robe, Center Tabic, Stoves, and ever thing in the house. Sale at the IWH ®B Bl0ude*A (trfet, between 3rd •nd 4lh. L. liOWK a. CO., MOINES -IV MIMSKKOTA A I tickets For »ll|r1nti Oitarantre any woman or man all 1 vt d»w ol Ge»i. ARTHUR BKI1K) lfr) M»e.«'Bi4a.h. «htr IH4- NEW ADVElU'JSJiMNTS. 1 IST OP LH'mins M.i A loitar, WAS V UOV A I. 1TJ2KNS. V Iii-iv 1,|. made anl, i\ MlniiH'ar Charlotte Mann Julia •M)*rn J«m WiTittip* i^iiiaa A Mi liilvic Mm Jma MutriMn Han tat urraj Kate Martin Cynthia Maaoti AMI.' N'-» |»rt Mary E I* ofiiiruj. Julia «oan4* II AND o a OPEN TO EDDYVILLE—92 MILES. ID" l!HA N UK or 1 JW 2l Two Traill* «a( lt way Daily. On and after TH It KKIM Y, Om.lwr 2d. lane .mi aDUifu,lber"0Ucc, I wo D« 11 Tralai »?n run«ach way (Sonilaj*o*cejat unftillowg EXPUKM TRAIN LMV®« Keokuk ol .. Arrived nt BiW,vi|ic nt Mtvea Kddrrllie j,t Arrive*at Keojiak at -3:00 p. m. H:ih) i». m. N:SO a.m. 2UH) p. m. tit A IL Tit AIM l.«ave* Ki-oknk a! Arri*r, K v ilit.au....V.V t..tuv., Anivo ai Ktui.iikat 7:ao a. 1:00 p. u:oo p. N::IOI. at.... II/*P*»»»ii(ter« from K«»knk makrtur* Through as low at the lowest In Middle,WeBtnr, andSeotberulow- Kansas.Nebra»k«, .,iu i t.u.l atlhu OIBce. TKiiKT oincr, Atthe DejiotoftlieComjiany,footof Jobnton A inf. Ciuitttle* Oat Nark* Bean Harks o. t'-dfcw3u, itrMt. —rr«.- WlLUAMa.Ja. Supertntfcieati Meed Narka? Flonr ftarfca. Paper Bags Mad© and Branded, AT 1IIK KKotcira «AO y \r-louy,- __,U1 000,000 unee WlLLTAll »ntP- 0*01 I--0 i*. M"ln HALk OR FKKAI.k AGENTS TO SELL LLOYD'S SfcWKTfcKr. Pl.ATE rot S TV COI OftKO MAP OK 1 HB SITI-.1, SI ATM ANAIIAS. ANJl NEW Bkl'SHWiCK. a i'*eiifrravc UK IW.- ooai lt ,I(U ?Mr,,A,,me]0. W !)«•!!. a e.Uai u„. flfi, 0U» 1.KUH, ,1Jri,lVp,4 oujt,.,., 11 i» not onl/ eiinty Map but It nUn a COUNTY AN1»AILKOAD MAP or^the Fnltel Ptatt. kt.,1 e»,,au« it, u UVXKY HAlLKOAU STATIOV and di»(atire u p«Tdar. and whl UkAbaek all map« thai caiibot u an4 lefttad ttx- tno n fy. S«n! f«rSI worth to tr*. I',' n»truction* bowta ranvawi H, hHMM I- A .iturt man. WJ.nU.. f,r pBr Ki n,.«i CaHfMSla. u €»i»iiil. J. I. I.Iaj} I), Nc. ICI Btv*U«4 Yutfe. T1«« W*r lVpartBMM u»o« no, Map o'fViritiaia aud Bull 1 RnnMoumt.,,. 'wraunhrarc tiat», Pall. Cl.nre!,. »|t Potxina' ami tbe for !, ru «\riy ili«rplace It nin. vi uiuiit) luiulirii tb. In Maryland and Vir- LLOYD'S TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OP KE5TCCKY, OHIO, IM lAN'AAKi) II.1.IXOIS, I-ithe «i,lj jr G.-ti Uuutl and tb^ War Mnitv? rtfui dcd lo aoy on* Bnduig »J it. Price s£5 cent*. Fr-ni. lh« JribuiMj, Atijr S. "LlnydV Mn|. vf ir^ima, Mar»lat.Hrrrrf Prnnayl **"*.— bl» M»| I* vrrjr larg' It* .« K bat tti ««aM. aiid it u (A/ taal rAirA ttni ic PMTtirtuttil.'1t l.re«t Map of ihe Mi*i»i^}i Hlver —From *iinrey»t,y capu. »f.,( win. H.,wrn, Ui*. «lul[i(A Kivar Pilot* of fct. *|. »br.w* «rery i»lanUlion and own.-,', fr«u. St. L»nU S- i-ojUb' (o.in. and lu UlC Oulf of M«*icr—J.33.J nuk.—tvetv aa,i.M.#r, Uland. town, Uudin»r. a:d all place* '.'O mil'» back It,I- «. -f ••rl'lf"-l In cuunti.'* *i -1 s tat,.,. Puce, (k i*i abeet-. Siib toiler*, ifi a,.) S,. un Maeo.wits itenit»er 2u. Navy iieji't, Wa«h!tiyl.,B, Sept. ]7. 1MSS. T- LI.OTII—Sir Sftid m. j.,nr Maj. of OH IIIMU- i H.vi-r, with price per hMitlrud c..pi »a K.-af- i'hailr* II riuuktidi(ig tb« pi *»|Uiidfoii i» Biitli.it j. ii i.. re|tiirtd Hi til. I r!i D. |», i j,*?* lor U»V a* many at ol e.I tr Uino ttuie and Jain Voting caii Hue Hry an that IUUMCI D. G1UKOX WKLLE8, Secretary of the NtTy ANTED, fjod thoae If poaeiUe^ Whs Isara i.u*u.v»* iii Uie Kail. Apply at 71 MAIN -Tii «T. LH0 SEWING' (LNVtnrxo IN i«43. ^PKOVJU) nr ttsi.] Matuifa^iryt b» A. 33. HOWB, Brother of Kt.tAS HUWK, Jr tbe oriitiaal Inreotor mud patentee of the If owe MW I ISO MAnilNi:, Afid from which nil other SemiiK Macbiae* ilt-rlT* their vit.ility. 'u# it the oldeat M*-blne In the wr\rid, Mnrent^d lo ISf.i liuj.r luilv pnl-et«d lu I't.-.' Parti, ularly adapted to fannl ti*e, tail- orlup Mix! lui«tiII farturliiK lurpo*e*. boot and »h^ work, Carrinw" 11 iinminy. iic., fc.c. Ha' lujr the wide*t ruM of H| lability to nenunf. of auy macbine produtML Bli the IMPROVEil HOWE 8EW1SG M1C11IM:, And hare no roo^e dropping of *tlt'b"", breaking of needle#, no mure trouble in irwiu^r tbe niie^t r»i" ie or Uie coar*e«t aatlnett, nodiflleulty aewineovoi »»4dMI, and a macbti.e that is warrauteil not to gut. out of IMF der with proper une. ]J~"r'AC'iil* wtinU-'l In Ohio and other Wealorn and !V»fihwu-trrn Statn*, whcr« not already appointed. Clrrular* contaunag full ile»i.ri).Uoii of Macbin*-* can JM had on application, or *cnt ty 111*11. Addrvan, J. S. BRYANT, Qeueral Wml«rn Afcat, Cfj l.ake Htreet, CbKU|pu. Jb. C. IJIOI'ltSOM,, AKfBl, Aeukuk, c«r. Third and Main «tree la. Keuiarkablp endoraement or Howe'a fiewtni Machine at the World'* Pair, London, 1S6V. Only S I E I U S Werr awarded for Sewing Marhinre, and HmrtU Ma. thiut rtcnvtii five of Hum. The I'irat atid lliiihcat. The imperial Golden Jfledmi roa THE Best Constructed Machine, Pur ail klndi of f.imily *ewin|t and fur innuufav turlaj ioe*. And Pour other Gold Of th« M(Miala foi the Boat Quality dlieront kind* of Work. Cuuio and *ec the machine and rxatnlne the work, ft my lieutal K^omn, ci.nier of Third und JUuiu (treMB, whether you wi»h lu purchase or not. N EW BOOKS. u» t-. iwurr rapttraj iikatan|(o Kivor New Am.ncan Cyclopedia—volume H«ven*bo'i Tom If. nwii at Hugby Kdwin brotlicrtolt—U'ipthropf 'lolBter and Hearth—ksade Tom llr .wn at Oxford t'uderctirrent* of Wall Street Shadow in tbe llotue Tht* day reoelred, at *«pt29-d I^OTIOB, AutUousen. BKOWNKLli* Book Store, Car Halu and 4tb atreau. ,M" Proabytery Of Keokok, Iowa, will meet P'M- •»ejia*-a at wlro*e on the UnMl hur*dny (l«th) or October weL 1." N'I"? BKAMAN,