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TI11B.
BaIlt,
per year, by Mil,. *......96 00
P*r wee*, delivered Id the ekty.«.~'.. 10
fudl.HriMi Ml
immmrUHp 4a a4eear«.
THE PIT Y.
t'sah Bmfnrfii.
Ia eM»«kier*tirm of the fact tfcut we are bMiged
to Mot ail of ««r ob'.igatiuG* in cub Mid without
eredit, we are compelled to adopt vl obaerve wiiti
all ytrMM doling bunioeea at wr «Am (1M follow-
STANDING HIT1.F.
All order* fur ud fw ul«wtiiiB(nrt
Upaid far 4s advance. and job work at tbe tin* af
.. M«'WELL
A
DKLAMJLNR.
WtfTlCB.
The Pr*etrt*»y ef KeoAak wtttboM tw MM MM
aneetlag Krokoh oo the Th«r»4«j f*|fc) of April
**U atIU N.
0
Oous
O. UiMtV,M(MO«l.
1L. Est as will be at his office,
over the Bank of H. K. Love
it Co.,
LP.—The
da­
ring the boon of 10 A. m* *md 3P.U.
MUtidt*
fVTlic Jennie Whipple is tlie morn
iag boat for Itavenport and liock Island
ami ioternxMliate points. Leaves Fort
Madtfton on arrival of li e L-r?. [dtf]
LAJDIM* FAI«.—The Ladies of the
Qerwui Prou i«ot Cbarcb will give a
Fair sit Odd Fellows* Hall on Wedues
dsy and Thuriday evenings, (8th and
fKb of Apri|) for the purpose of getting
pews for their^cburch. Tite public ere
iLVitod to aiteod.
steener dicker State
passed ap the river yesterday morn iag.
MTln our jtdvertising uoluwns tfHJiy
will be found I he card of C. tiarber &. Co.,
tbe oldest Dtjj Goods House in the city.
Dealers can !y on the promptness of
ibis llouse in siting orders.
Alcnos SALS or Bvsnaiss.—Bee the
adverltiaemeut
of
are ssjlling
of
prices eve n
Howe & William*, who
e very forenoon
and evening all
sorts of goods: (or bouaekcepiog, watches,
jsweliy, 4ke.
u
*V
Uiiuit SoaAt.—^The tfBTonftacMwffi
be bejd c. u-ual at Odd Fellows' Hall,
-th» ~jrvenf»g':J The Sttmrnitvilie lira#«
Band havc kindly offe red their services.
The j^opulair 4'ring lJai from the ULoa
pital will also l»e in attendance.
BEAL ESVATE IS KEOKCK..—We learn
Ciat i
ca! eaUte
here is
bringing
the best
on foroed sales. A lot
Repp's
?0
fest front by 140 deep, on Main Street,
between 4th and 5 .e tc, containing a
good brick store, sold last week on an ex
ecution for HIS,263,06, snd ten acres of
ground north of, and near tbe city, sold
for over two thousand dollars, being one
oaraetr of
nursery grounds.
HAS A FAMILY.—A soldier whose nsme
corneal very close to one of our famous
Union Generals, offered to vote at our
city election yesterday, considering him
self so entitled. Be waa told however
seemed perfectly satisfied, and to render'
his oase clear to the judges was soon at
the polls again with a bouncing blsok
wench "dangling 00 hi* arm." ller be
presented to the aatoniahed judges as his
better half, by which bis right to vote
was ss plsin as if it had been put down in«
black snd white.
Dick
have shown a clearer case. The ticket
was accordingly received and deposited
safely in tbe spittoon, and our gal
lant soldier returned with his "compan
ion Inarms," feeling likeCsBSsr, that "he
had come, been seen, and conquered."—
It leaked out after a while that the "nig
ger wench" was sailing nnder "false col
ors** and wM detected in having a some
whai' ttngraoel'ul and masculine gait,—but
for the time being, the crowd waa of the
opinion it was a genuine presentment of
tbe esse. We were satisfied our copper-
head friends Would "see a nigger" in this
election. N
tii
THS JENKIK
Wnippw.-This nice steam-
tf. Capt. Campbell maater, is enjoying a
good bttsinessi at present. Travelers go
ing nlorth and east will make sure conneo
t}(aa this wsy and have good accommoda-
(BBSBKSHHSHSHHSBf
Gtorlr
T. V- Ged
Thus. Martin,
W, H. Lffr ti,
I Frederick, MARSHAL, I
Jtm—Lrft,
S. M. BecfrefelUM', Jnd
o. A. Brewer,
0«o Sawtea,
Cjeern Huftii'g,
®w MoutaAae,
FairBia KEMP'S OU» FOLKS.—1%E
Ateul of thia great Company ia in towii, of tbe most botly contested battles of the
utaking arrangements for a Grand Con
cert t|i c^a.0 off at tbe Athcneum on Fri
day evening next. Sec- advertisement.
"r*tt
OFFICIAL V«TK.
Z
CANDIDATES.
a
2 2.
W 71 2*3 MU 14V
B&COBDEE,
MARSHAL,
34
I51l»i»
10tt 11*,* 236'1«
V 1*7 I IT i#1!
r. M)i'Jt36 i M11TO
U i».',l W,.#0|
W TS* HI
Davie, ALDBMMES,
SSJ
fc bate
H. lark, w
K. H. WickfithkH. U.
,4-AI*Ti, C.
*v.
tut.
^s
r*r
•ow IT WA* Mim.
We learn that aN ibe Irish that bare
en* lived in Keokak, now resident along
the Hne of the railroad between here and
Ottumwa, wtr© brought into wn to
vote yesterday.
We andersUud
Niv,ra)
yean, and a great number who have no
Mtuai or legal residence here east their
votes at the suae polls. We alto Wu,
that two eeeesb soldiers, one a »t!?rrill
from Mif^uuri, »nd lit® other iur some
time a priew^f of war
JUST RL IKVED AVD Co MI MA.
BARGAINS.—The Iiuosier Store is now in
recent of a part of iis new slock of spring
and Summer Dry Gooda, and the balance
wul be coming on for tbe next two or
three weeks. Mr. Hart has managed to
buy at unusually low figures, and a good
ebar e of thin woolen goods being directly
House Blook. fapr7 3:j
that to constitute him a "ouisen of thaJ
city" for tb« elective frauchife be sboukT^*® *»en destitute of loyalty if not of
have bis family hero. With this he^""
Th*
Joliusou couldn't
of tbew voted to the Second Ward who P»ion jou did not render the support
had not been in the city before for six
to
at
from their maDufactory in Indiana, they
are able to sell at prices that defy compe- mind at home, "resistance to draft,'
lion-chesper
judge for yourself. Place is No. ltc«' i« calculated to produce a feeling
CoFPEft PAVIC—The gold panic of
Wall Street, New V ork, waa nothing to
tbe copper pauic yesterdsy of a few fancy
yonng copperheads on 9th street. These
delightful specimens who proposed to
"glory in their shame" had whiitlfcd down
some copper cents so as to preserve only
the beads, aad had pins attached, making
of this base metal, used for the cheapest
of sll coins, quite sppropriate badges.—
But unfortunately for them, some soldiers
discovered the pins, and gave them
tmte. Tbe copperheads, however, were
on the alert, knowing their natural foes,
and, punic stricken, made the best of
time to avoid their terrible pursuers.—
They sucoeeded in escaping, and it is pre
sumed will not display their badges vwrr
soon ia public again.
Laaoa SAL*.—The Le Claire Blook
in Davenport has been sold to Charles
Veile,of Evansville, Indiaaa, for sixty
thousand dollars.
General Fogbarde, of the Swisa
Army, has arrived in this oountry on a
special mission from the Republic of
Switzerland, to learn tbe state of the mii
rj.,
itary art in this oountry He ia aocom
panied by his staff.
IQT BeaJ. F. Taylor, Co. B, 26th, and
Qao« F«tep» Co, 86th Iowa regiment,
died in hospital, Louia, Mo,, on April
1st.
Two MEALS
A PAT.—A
lata number
of the R|phmond inquirer has a philo
sophical Article upon tbe bad habit ot eat
ing^.Uiraa aseajs per Asy. The editor ar
gues that two ttieuls are amply sufficient,
adding timt, under tbe present ooudition
of afldirs and the shortnesa of provisions,
"it li aearly aa bad to grow fiat as to gat
boh oa tha Confederacy.
mmm
vM ,tlita{n the
Alton, cast their
vot»« st the Second Ward polls. Secesh
*liiii-rs and Irish from every point of
the
cou.pass seem to have found a cordial
welcome at the poll* of
the
Seooad Ward
but Union soldiers, claiming a residence
of twenty years ia the and over
six months ia the city with their families,
were rejected aad not even allowed to
swear in their votei in accordance with
bw. 8uoh reling and such voting, led
off l»y
Sheriff Hedges, accouaia for the
unprecedented vote which saved one can
didate oa the Copperhead ticket—a rare
speciasea of aa evanescent and rapidiy to-day,
vanishing grunt, or if aay prefer it, a|
kind of tabUax vicatU of tbe "lone stir,"
or "die last race of euasaMr left bioom-
ing alone."
Aaalv«rkarr«( Skilofc.
Ofe year yesterdsy and to-day was
fought tbe farnou* battle of Shiloh at Pitts
burg Landing, Tennessee. This was one
war, the tide of battle being against us
the Glh, which was gloriously turned on
the 7th by tbe arrival of fresh troops, snd
thstfvictory decisive for the Union. The
Gtli and 7 th of April have been made his
toric in our country's annals.
VOL. 10.. KEOKUK. IOWA: TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1863. NO. 31.
THE GATE CITY,
riflOIV VICTOBl 11 FABMINGTOK,
lawi.
Tbe Union Ticket was elected in Fer
mi ngton yesterday bjr ft triumphant ma
jority.
Evidently thia is on unhealthy section
of country for Copperhesds.
he Union men kno#
oi 3H bsve defested the enemy in Keokuk, and
v,
!. ss...f...,
wi
,IU4!
f€ej jjjfg believing that their breth-
ren of the Union Army bare defeated the
enemy at Charie«ton.
Httrrab for the Union
A CARD.
KKOKUK, IOWA, April 5,1865.
To THOMAS W. CLAOETT—Sir:—At
1 United States Soldiers aoiue time since
^Mroyed your preae, because in their
th*
Gowwnent you should, they now
offer t0 009 thoH8and
cW for
doll»™
P»f
J00 Mother pre»w, proruhdyou
^f*ident
uni1
Admin-
i twtinn in their efforts and measures te mine,
mppress the rebellion and estaLluth the
supremacy of the laws of our countiy.
Our fellow-soldier* in the field bsve
emphatically endor^l tbe suppression of
jour paper, and those who are in this
place would be unworthy tbe name they
bear, if they allowed anything to exist
tliit Would tend id encourage rebels or
discourage loyal men, or embarraas the
administration in its efforts to vindicate
the honor of our iag.
A 0.8. SOLOOBU
^uaanr ctaaasveaaERoa.
HELENA, March 25, 1863.
Ik ar Gate—I must write you a few
for
the indignation I
mU8t have Tent 80,1)6
™*J, ««'d in »y
well as I can tbe state of mind I am in
towards them, or a few weeks past a
sense of relief has been experienced by
tbe mass of soldiers at this place, and ev
ery fresh arrival of news from home ha*,
iu accoant of the ytmerui copperhead
ia i ''wn, deepened the feeling and tend
ed iu a measure to allay the storm of in
dication which tbe first conviction of
disgrace raided in our minds. But they
tell us to day that treason is again becom
ing rampant, and that in several parts of
Iuwa, and cvm id Lee County, they dare
EXTEA talk of resiatiag the draft.
Mr. Editor, I begin to think there is
special Provideaee in tbe matter. To
my mind the infatuation of Northern
traitors can be explained in no other way, .. y
As in tbe case of "Pharo.'God has "hard- MiT One of the hardest stories of the
ened their hearts," to prepare them fori *aT
than the cheapest. Go and speaking as it docs of tumult anU riot.—r along he was accosted by a wounded
for yourself. Place is No. 2 iistei! i^ calculated to produce a feeling of dis-
eouragemcnt but to the veteran soldier
il tells a different tale, ilj the wretches
know that next to the joy of subduing the
rebellion the very greatest happiness a
patriot soldier can feel would be experi­
enced
in being brought face to face with
themselves, with the full permission to
w'i|jB out the staiu of their foul treason in
traitor', UiHxir J»
The first overt act of Northern traitors
wilt be received with pnm ta&faction
by the sriuy,
They have disgraced us through the
connection of our commod country. They
have baffled our efforta, and so far as pos*
sible given aid and comfort to our deadly
foes. They have aspersed our characters
snd maligned tbe pure motives that led
us to forsake th§ oomforts ef home and,
worst of all, have mocked us by the filse
expressions of their sympathy.
Now Ut the® jjp one slept ()irihcr»%nd
by their resistance of authority, bring
about the collision we deaire, and if we
don't make the aooouni at least avail, I
don't know anything abooiiba spirit thst
animates us.
They oali us a pack of thieves aad rob*
hers, cruel, blood-thirsty wretehes, who
will devastate the land after our discharge
and they intimste that Southern csnnon
does a benevolent act every time it plows
its broad furrow through outranks, N«w
perhaps, they may learn by sad experi
ence how we treat oar foes, and i only
hope that* ia thia inataaaa Jl lsast, their
rrVr*ta nay short.
—. —, —. traitors had better be leaving, fur so (tips f\« iu in i*m«o i»aju rr»H|tj'«:, in moat raapaot,
straightforward way I desire to get sadi-! the nun sl.ines we will cut the tit rout y/ aoftueaaot nni»b. Atubr«!)pra auU Mriainotypea arf
encewiththe offenders, sod express as 'very active copptr/u a i in
1111
8
1
Ntro 2lbwrtistmfntfl.
C.
GARBER 4 00H
WHOLESALE DEALKB LIR
Dry Orooas
lala itnct, belv. fint t«d lone,
KEOKUK,
v
apT-dtf
CllA COFFE'i—The' only genu-
M°,
tae tn tho Ckj, Pafeale by
HOaBHVeOM A Mr4DBKK
TTAMBURG CHEESE—X choice lot
IA Juat received. Forialoay
ap:-/ MOMBBTBOH a MEAUAAN
HCLKSIN VINEGAR,
ay?-A
Por aa^e by
E N E U
The news of the good deed the boys
did for the Clagett institution was hailed
with tbe most intense satisfaction by those
of us who had witnessed the great evil it
was contiuualiy doing. These are not
the times to hesitate about means to ac
complish righteous ends. The Govern
ment should vindicate itself toward such
vile foes, bat if it neglects its duty, the
patriot soldier who is interested to the
extent of life and happiness, filwaiUl take
the matter into bis own bauds* A few,
more such resolute deeds, and the cop
perheads will begin to suspect that we
are in earnest, and that when their lying
journals publish to the world that patriot
8oldicrs in the ranks have become so lost
to all seotiments of honor as to wish for
peace on dishonorable terms, they tell s
foul falsehood, and one that is attended
with tome danger to thf credulous fool
who believes it. Ad»l»f«tr*tor'i SHI*
Potivirely One Night Oily,
Friday Evening, April 10,1863.
THE ORIGINAL
*e tATHER KEMPS
cat sBiuTap
Iw
Old To!k*s Concert Company!
[XWEKTY-TWO LaPI KB AMDGKSTLKMX.Nj
With ft Grand Orchestra,
•*i«
i
AMISTU
RKMA J. VICHOLS AMD Ma. AMIS WKITH
IT,
ill Ceitines of 100 Tear* Ago.
FIrwt appearance here alace rciara*
laf tr*«i Entrwp*
T!«kni 30 cnti.
«(BE««S
tt'clsct
Northern traitors are standing apon a )©f .M«s*«ttow.n. vahkrwai i. eon
Let them fire the train if they
dare! All the storm they can raise will
not cause the old Ship of State a tremor
even and as for us, the natural repug
nance we feel toward the idea of having
our own loved ones as witnesses of the
horrors of war, is almost swallowed ap by
the stern thought that, at least, we will
have the long wished for opportunity of
crushing the ripeta, a§d wreaking upon
them a tithe of the vindictive feelings
their cowardly crimes have nourished in
our lx-arts. There no use of being
mealy-mouthed about the matter—when
we return we will reveng« ourselves upon
Northern traitors, aad if wu are Crced to
an ignominiuu* conclusion of the war, the
WI
They may buy up al! tV !d ah
and may think of re^istanee re wilt meet
them with the ssbrc and the bayonet.—
Enough soldiers can readily be spared to
purge the free States of treaaon and the
sooner they open the arena for our en
trance the better are,we suited—our con
tempt for copperheads hss no bounds.
Mr. Editor, I haveaaidmy aay—I have
spoken the truth. Ia tweaty-ibur hours
I could organize a society, in our six com
panies alone, of a hundred members who
would take a solemn oath to do the very
worst I have threatened, and beaurethat
something will be done if the oaose of
our anger is not removed.
f«r«, *e., E. M. BP**.
Door* apen a(
UCTION! AUCTION
tlttiBf la p*H*r Mod ana Hoajtng. lolblng, told aad
SUrrr Wilfhrt, Ac.
At th*
IMH ima
we will offer well
Ll£?ifTOGbothPUS,
p*tl
•. ,, .... ,3
soldier from Gloucester,
I Massachusetts, named Ebcn LUerv. Af-
the destruction their great crimes so nch- •,
ter the battle of Aniietam he was detailed
ly merit. I have no doubt that, to tbe to go over the battlefield and render as
me, "resistance to draft,"— sistance to the wounded. While passing
ffi ^er, wbo begged at him in God'f
name to give him some wster. Having
a little left in his canteen, he complied
with the re|uest by placing it to lh» lips
of the wouuded man, who quaffed it tg«r
ly. Being tsomewhat revived, he asked
Eilrry on which side he belonged, aad
was answered
"for
curw
uPo°
the Union." The
words had hardly passed his lips ere the
wounded rebel, who was almost in the
arms of death, drew his revolver, and with
bii
3
a n e v e n o n e i v e e i e u n i n
vindictive hatred moat of ns feel toward
the craven parricides who are so assidu
ously trying to destroy the country. The
indignation we cherish toward oar open
foes, in front, is mild as summer morn
ing in comparison.
I'P*' fi"11 V
U"* unfu"
pcctinsr soldier, wbo bsd freely given htm
No one who has not been in the srmy if. u „J
the last drop of water in his canteen, and
was sbout to render still further assist
snce. The bsll took effect in his leg,
making an ugly weand, wbteb made it
neoe*3ury for him to he se.it to tbe hos
pital, where he yet remains, suffering
from it.—[Springfield Republican.
BOBBBTSOK A MfACWJf
pEALKD PEACHES,
OBA5GRR AS» MMIOM,
Pios and PSUirBM,
Bareale Sy
apt*-*
IWIBB APPtaS «ft« raACRBS.
BOSKBTSOB AMOQCMUI.
•s SELECT SPiOES*^
Ml/ SWIM
BOJUMfTSOB AMc« ^aB
JffwtMkaS pare,
pat «p M»iMi»a» Mil)
raraale by
ap7-d
CU0A& CURED HAMS—MO Extern
IO s»«.
ayT-rd
Por aalohy
MnWmW AilMPIM.
rpAPIOCA AND FAftlNA
JL. Bisrtofcf
i *f*yry*4
M»leetad
tn
voieeof KK.kii(ham Mtovo Ware. eomlHlof Baltor
Jar*. Ko»lrt, Plate*. Pitcbcr*. Cti»rob»r» Ac
Ala». a larpaatacfe ot fiwtmwr'i »»a4a, Witdif,
Reci'iirt Hand Rlnga, Silver a»d Platad Vk'aif of
aaciaal aioUl, maklaw ao MianaMit that i«
MM
WttlMHa'-'t td 'ire auction booae tv t' nir-nii- n lie
affaM" andobltgiog Mr Eeya iih hia ftn*
ot Wa'rbea, Jewalry, SllrorWare, Not»»aa,fc« «i «eh
be ia a time every day at 10 o'clock A. U and 7 la tfce
evening until auld Nil- oooimoncea Ihta ••rnlag at
lO »'cUj«k, A*rU •, lotoi
«|(T-dSt nowx A WILLIAMS.
J^OLLEN A VAN GRIEKKN^S
k&rte# de Vi*ite
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
NO. 81 HI AIM STIEET.
WF. w!»ti li announce ti the public that wt» *rr 'on
sUntI^cel% lag, bom K«w Vork, aini...^
ant) every thing that It b'inc i wly uiM'overad
a-«iuenll «r arf c^ntli 'ia:i. ituprnring-oor arraarn
m«at' for Oi» proliictloit oi :be Cart*$4* fistU, ot Via
iiifTg Portrait. We pay |urloulir atlifntloo to tb«
ViRn«*4t' Card Pliologra(b wtikli boeotniag tbe
moat popular Picture kucu- ti tbe Art Ihov rival
A we take i to (he Cabinet and
Lif*-^ia, platuaari iu colore.
We a!ao copy o:d ,1 jgncrreolypaa and Ambratypea
into CmrUt di Wn, or larger Pkotnfra pb- *Va
have al« ara
UD
hand a large aMortm*-ut of plain and
fauef caaaa, and alaoOUt aad Koiewood rramea of all
altca.
ITT* All NMuhrMan prwrvid. a]
MANHOOD,
How Loci Haw HwtSNd.
,'u.n PuHifkcd, (M ta St»lti fiwi rtz CnU.
A liwtars the Satan TrealMcnt
and It aid Ira I
Cora of Spermatorrhoea or Kaaluat Weakuoaa. 4n
voiuntarv EnU»lona Bexaal Debll.tj, and Imperii
meoU to Mafriage generally, N«rvouao»«
tlon, KpUoiMy aic Kt» Mental aud Phjatcal luaapa,.
city, reaaltlng from hel(-Abu»«, kt —Sy aOBl. J.
CULVEKWAIA^, M. !»., Author of tbe (.«« Iw *.t.
a* A Boaa Tkaaiaad of Baffercra,'*
Bent umlir a«al in a vlaiu envelope to any a4ldreee
pttui on receipt uf ci'Ma, iwo poalage ataup«,
b* Or. CH. J. C. l^lMe:.
H7 Bowery, New Yor*. Peat OSca Box, 45SB.
ariklawSaa
JOHN McEVITT,
2. Mi. 3. KSTKh 11 Ol:BB BLOCS,
A I L. O R.
Oo h.,4. ml ..Ml, CLOTBS.CAUiaKKKS
and
V KSTI3GS.
W
ANTED.
We wlati in aaoure the aenrtc#! of a JourneymkB
Wagon-Maker to w bcm wr will pa aa high wanea aa
any receive t&tueu. Call al our ahop ou Sih btreet,
Oct wen Mainanu Bioudeau.
apS-ple SAHHSkW.
'OR SALE. M-
Six No. 1 Cows.
Pott Otticr AdJreaa— JAMKS PA®Si
ar%-. 3t PdUKM&c, Hanfocfc Co.. 111.
in- •tjii
J^OR BA^E.
Ota No* 141 Octave Piano, round cornara, SritTtgol
tone, raoewood ca»«- awl Iu g«od tradition. *or aala
low, SH door rtoai 7tl» at., oa Saul «l»eL
Aprlia. HSS--1W i. H. WI mow.
Pr.J.LI»TKIK,
Hirtnf
aeo*edvin
jy£18S A. KINO,
Main atreet k«twe«a Secendand TkW
HEW AND FAUIONABLB
SPRING GOODS
POR
«Mf Wrjr Mrets aVdMnf,
UCLBSIM
BONNETT8,
RIBBONS,
XIKlscelllaxieotis.
A NNUAL STATEMENT,
OP TBI
Coanectleit Hotnal IJfc losnrtfiee Co^
IAITTOIS,
raaMM
Being a ptacUcal JtaaAaaia.l «uar-
raote- make ap clothing SO per cent, cheaper ifcaa
any otber Hooae for a*me qualitj.
marM-dSm
the Ciij of Keokak, wlli»Ueo4 to
all PioSHalaael catla. Me win treat all Clirubla
Ukaeaaee with Ea*u tic Inrtront bta.
opriOB—Oa 4tb, between Main and Flondeen S«a.,
(Weal atSe.) aiarSl-dlm
TTATS,
roMered Ha
French aad Aaerieto Plowera, Embroidered Het^,
Meuruing Si
tioaa, Prenrl
variety of other
ir^Southalde ef Mais,bet. Sd aDdtdStreeU Jdl
Siarfo-dly
iata. Col lore, lack*010*®* of *crtp
fb Curtet*, BikpHkUU, fcappoihna, aad a
ilber Hutloaa.
O
»B*i.kS I*
C10CEB1ES, PRODUCE PROVISIONS,
A AT T«*
KADI STEBVr BAT SOAIM,
ao. 107 MAI* ET BETWSail Stk ABC
KEOKUK, IOWA.
•sarSirA
OR SALE.
__ -Hoo« Plstarw »d
aaA#
MM,"
of lofeaaAB, be twee »«1 atreela,
CASH PurehacT cuo proeurea le^f
•AMie Satldlog oa *er literal terme.
Apfly Sh». MeMotwa at'He abtnre sUeiu^^
J^IMEl llmei! lime in
1 have for kale at
my
cemr.,
For the Year end iny January Si, IMS*
n«tl«Dca mi (Uiinttt, Hit J*nu»r», '88 |4
Kite«t?M fur Pr«ailuai( durtoV
1b*.
yt*r sr.mau
BM«i«rd (or liMrcit il«rl*l
Ibt e»r, 3S7 9SS 74^
Total RocHpU (or Uie 'u,
Dedact ft»lin«j*. M«Ji- i
eat KitutiDowuiJa,
Trnic*. Advrtl«lnit,
PrtnllBg bUlloncryt-,
Sichanir. Ac t«,Sl9 W
Deduct CUOBIMMU i
Atoto.
l«luci Luo«aon 1U
I.iTM. ineludiug i
f3U IWot pr«rloaf
yr»r 31B.SS0SS
IMaot (or PeiieM
NnvadarM^t.... IHS 5S
CAMTT COU
»p7-dtd
SM.IM 0
Dodact DirkMudt paid String
UK-'ar,
Dedoct No tea on PoUciM cao-
SPl^Sl SI
LI^IU XT
TSU^M OS
3S.7U3 S7
S4S.4S1 01
•at Balawea, SKa Jaaaary. l$ti,
ASSETS.
Caah o Depaatt,'.
Ital lUtt la Ckltaao aad
St. Loaia,
Loan* wi Road aad Mortgage
a( K-ai kUtau, y
Loan a on Haai Stock,
Loaaa oa P«»Mil HaturHy-.
Batik and Aaltroad Htairka....
Kallroadaixl I'nr Hvuda,
State o^ i li cit ut BioimIj...
Kt b. BJ. abi !tecuritt««
Preniium No tea
•xTftjvrei
llt.sis
OS
L^INT SS
KCIO 00
ISS4« «t
4ft 106 00
M.T t» SO
au.ioti ss
»|»0.
i »ji,en us
10 273 5#
aau in raualt
Total AaM»t
Aait of t.oaMM Ouiing r.-ar, 144 live*. g}d.4*U
Total aaionmt of LaaMia taki to date 1,411
live
30?3?#1
19
Total aaonat of DivtiM'nda putd to dale. 2,l7£.*S7
Number uf Policea iaaueU Oi.nnit the )ea» It 'f 6
Total uuaber of Poli«W» in I'.ree II ,SSO
llil V K. PHKLPS, Saeraury
Hartford, February i»t. 1863
li. B. TEN-EYC^, Agent.
Ivrliiftsfl, laKallBr, Utrcipert ui ftmk
liisii i
V««wA»r»
,r»»Jra**)r*
For iieigbt oi paa.**^
SkM« aa«M«S^
'HAPEDS^PAOKBT.
THKHadiaou
HieaMer JSKN1E WHIPPLE,
Join CAaraeLL, Ma»4-r, will
iave ou the arrival of the
Oara, Dialing autmetUoa at Uariing
ton, Muacatine, Uavrnmortand Mock laUuio aud w*
aOohuk aaii bt. Lout* Vacketa.
apj!yat
at tbe LteirOt of tue
the eoBpaBV'aaMsll
K.T
Ml f. a
M.
K. K.
.. aaiSS-d"'
i -1 I.
KEOt'LAB PACKET.
f£IME LIGnT-DKAlJGUT, VAST
running bieamer,
E A 6 1L E)
jr. W.BZIIBOF, Oskptu.
WILL 31AH THIEE TUPS DAILY,
IIVTWUI
V«vab« AB« Al«zuirl«f
Af rOLLOWl.
leave Alexandria 7»30 and 11 00
v7-
A,
ABd 1:00 P.
Wirfi* 7 46 »ed 11:15 A M. and 1 6 f*
IC.oaUk a.00 A, M., l:Wmo«bm¥.
In cuuuocUdB *Uh U* above, makin# ftwv trtfA
daily beiween Warsaw1 tad AUxafidr^
10MMI1
Groceries Groceries! 1
aadeeetpaeS 4Welng liorfbt Mr. LEfUJUa
Stock ul Oruceilifa. ou Uiotoraer of t.igb i aaA
taaio atreeta, aud laid In a new bimk at tb« l»«eol
pricoa*, ia prrpaiod t| aell, on the b»at ot lerma, f«r
.\£li, auu »ill keapi a guod aaaerta.ett uu Lai a
all timea CALL, A^H' btl.
JCr* Kemeaitoer lha plat-o, Corner ol Sth aad MaMfc
ider tlie Itudlev Uuufv
It
»en7-d3at J. McCtlTHS*.
"fft !."
D. WOODWARD,
wr*n
U,
WflOLRSALi. AND KETAUU DitALBB,
NO. 87 MAIN STB^JEX,
lg In receipt af hi* foil aaaonmeotat
SPRINO AND SlMMtR
j&ry iaood»|
Having pnrchaaed uiy atock for CathI khall a^j|
be* at a itaall proSta actuanelj for CASH.
,IEr Mercbauit as wait a*conlumara wiii well Hi
give aaea call before porcbiaing »Ue«here.
ualS-dA»lv r!4..,
Fashionable
where be laprepared to accommodate »!1 hi* old caj^
toaaera, axd aa maay new oaea aa Wltl Atvor All
a call urm
Uksriigand Dair Dreuiflg 1b the 111111(111%
March
SO,teas—dtf
QIUJ^ES ^iMfiON & CO.,
War Olaim Agents,
OPFICB—Weat fide of 4th Bt., bet. Mala fil«Adaa^|
KEOKUK. IOWA.
Wlllsivepronptaati (aiefal atteatl^a totbeooU
lion ef $100 Boaaty amd Bui Paj alliwnltha ,M»'
ur beira of rtnomfoS OSkera aatf Soldier*, aM te
colleetloa of Peeaiwaa lor dlaehantrd yaOW.aaiA
diet a an asossat of UNMtada or «th«r SiaaMltty —.
tracted id the Ualtad litataa aervtae aiau. Pea'tea*
(or wieawa* deyeariant Baothe'k. ert h.u
alaoHkWlko(imnM OSMera
anJ Seldiera. IJjir
charge eatabUnhma a Peaaion Clauu t. »uly SS SB.'
1
barber aXL«
MA IB DBKSSBU.
H. BBPU6H
HAS BBMOVKD bin HarberShou u tbe roea ao»
aierly eeewpled ay MIM Slt|, aa Mitllaer, oa
SBatln Btrewt, fealweta U aal
t(
TUejt wliiakao prmptljr w ilm thr tM» oaaat, u
dtacharged auKUcre a«ea ai*aarfeWb r—f
aoa ofowada receive..' le «*tt»e, A11 eu^ataalraUeaS,
Oom a dtataoee axi r^«i»e prompt atteaUoa.
Addraaa—P.
O,
MOinilky.
aaan7-dSaa
BUa, tetSe S-et Kaelne aS^re
Stutt'a Mill, IS* Its* «uiuy ot Lioia at VMaaaatM
Biota. Jo K« rowLKJh
Boa V. lO AaeAaA, teara. '!|t
liiKltaiia _l"«',i4
Jan woo* A Co.. Uaakara aad AeM. a
3.
K"
attorney a at Law, (iuiacj, tUi«MS. r'L'A
JL£
gOLDIERS AND WIDOWS'
W A A I S I I
AKD
J»uh.
s-
'tV.' v'.i
ftX
The waSatMawe are tally prgyrad to
elaiaMtCSf
Aimiii or pat. Botmr*^
'it
totb*
Oa babatf of ail wb* ate
tbalatr
7TTK0 Pan Ba^et|»» v«TU»Me»svn aasarreagt
waoa vac QovaaaaiuiT
aABxis »M«cBAav
-if
Cas.MalaaMM
4*:i
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