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LATEST NEWS. LATE FBOM DIXIE, Charleston Captured. Deseiters Kdurniiig to (heir Regiments. Jobn Jtcfrefs not ErncuatinK Rich- i tliC Czar telegraphed Napoleon he woultl Mot I A. £*ve P'^nd ^er ^oaomy WITH RELATIONS ENGLAND. Later from Europe. Election Returaa. [Times' Special Washington, April 5. The eily Is nervous to-night over the news derived from rebel source* that Chaileston has fallen. Our attack commenced Friday and was overwhelmingly succet-alol A flag of truce came to Falmouth this morning. Newspapers smuggled under it make no mention of the (all of Charles toil or of its salvation. Gen. Lee, wiib considerable force, is in the Shenandoah Valley. Prisoners captured by our troops have been found with passes bearing his signature. Fitz Hugh Lee i» in the neighborhood of Culpepper with his cavalry. *-Thr President's prnrtrrrmrrrD has cant ed the return of 15iO deserters daily to their regiments. Thus far no impedi ments have been thrown in the way of enforcing the proclamation, notwithstand ing the lime laid down in lite proclama tion fcr the return has expired the Gov ernment is disposed to deal lenient!} with ail who retoro to their regiments. The committee on the conduct of the war urged on the Presidentyefterday the issuing of letters of marque. The subject was the occasion of a protracted Cabinet meeting afterwards, in which two depig ment heads were positively opposed to the measure as others were in favor of it.— Conclusion deferred. A notorious secessionist named Gen. Williamson, formerly Attorney General of Maryland, was arrested yesterday by i order of Judge Advocate Tower, while en Me from Canada to Richmond. On seateijin^ his La»puj.e a number of letters were found, showing i-onciusively thai he was in correspondence with rebels and involving prominent parties in New York and liaituuore. lie was sent to iort La fayette. [Tribune Special.] New York, April being der. 6. Ow relations with Great Britain it con sidered by those conversant with tbom, extremely delicate. A correspondent is L'oing on between Earl Rustll and Minister Adams, with relation to the titling out and Bailing of piratical crafts, contained in the English Blue Book, but not yet published in this count rv, and a correspondence is still go ing o| touching the coustiuction and equipment, in British waters, of other iratieal crafts, conducted on the part of BuH in a tone which is unfriendly if not menacing and prov.,oitire of war. Earl Rui-scll plants himself on the strijt letter of the statute applicable to the case and refers our Government to that statute, fcud in e fleet ret uses to take steps to reme dy grievences complained of. The mat ter has rtocntly been seriously discussed Cabinet. It is thought, in some quar tet^ that with the capture of Charleston, apprehensions on this score may be dis missed. Ministers here of the principal foreign powers believe its capture ia im passible. New York, April Q, Herald's Washington special states a a report reached hcie by way of Freder erick«burg, gained from rebel Bourccs, that Chuilestou was bombarded by our fleet and attacked by our lu-^d forces, on 1 hursday luat and is now in poitscsttion of the Federals uuder Gen. Huuterand Ad miral Dupont. This report is duly credit ed by prominent officers of Government who arc in possession of facts in reference to the contemplated attack on Charleston, which it is not yet prudent to divulge. It is certain however, that tho.se who pos sess information are confident that our soldiers and sailors will celebrate the iiec ond anniversary of the fall of Fort Sum ler in the cap'ured city of Charleston.— Restrictions upon the publication of such news in papers arc so seriously atrong that u is uot expected to Cud mfiteh i„ them in refeience to the capture of Char leston until it can no longer be concealed, bat reports which have arrived here are definite and positive, aud are believed by those Who have the best right to know What ioundaiiuu there is for them. New Vork, April 0, A from Fortress Monroe states Charleston papers received there acknowledge an attack on that city had b«en com me need, but do not intimate either success or repulse. It ia fair to suppose, if the latter, they "would have announced it in most glowing terms. Itj is generally believed in oflioial quarters that no reverce has been sustained, and there ia the beat reason to believe news will soon be. xeouwd ui tinj r*i£rturt at Charleston. New York, April 6. Steamer City of Cork from Liverpool fist, Qufonstoirn 23d a. no. arrived here. The Tim©* citj, article says the 3euiand for monejr is very active owing to the rebel loan, which closed Sub scriptions at ail the cities amount to£15, OOO.OOU. The Times considers the Polish stran gle virtually Tat »n end, and thinks the allied powers justified in requiring that Poland shall have what was guaranteed by the treaty. The Paris correspondent of the Daily News says it is rumored besides amnesty UQd liberal constitution. Langecowite has been ooo vcycd to a Fortress »t Cracow. Liverpool 23d.—UoUoo bteady. Col sols 92^92*. Fort Monroe, April 4. Fourteen exchanged Federal officers arrived to-day from City Point, captured at Hartsviile, Tenn., Dec. 7th. The Charleston Courier gives the same account of the landing of our troops at tieabrook, &e., in specials this morning, but nothing nbou# the rapture of the city The Courier says the steamer Natchez was burned, at Castlcman on the Yazoo, wah 1300 bales of ootton. She was one of the best steamers in the Confederacy. Lou heavy. Fortres Monroe, April 4. A Richmond Despatch says the ene my have landed in force on Seabrook and Johnson Islands, South Carolina. Three gunboats and sort-nil transports are lying off the Island. Skirmishing has already taken place between our and the enemy's pickets. Our pickets driven in, and the enemy's advancing. General Haywood has ordered all women and children and non-combattants to be removed from Ad ams' Run, which ia 20 miles from Sea brook Island. New York, April 6. Information has 1eeo received contra dicting positively the reported prepara tions of the rebels to evacuate Riohmond. These rq rts were bnscd upon the move ments »l iroop« and materials, sent from Richmond to stiengthen defences at oth er points of the Confederacy. It is be lieved however that they are erecting formidable defenses at Chattanooga as the place for a last grand rally in case of compelled to retire liutu tbe bor- Washington, April 6. Official information received here states the rebels have a large force at Washing ton, N. C., and-i^e belief is expreased in the same dispatch that about the 31st of March Gen. Foster was engaged fighting i them. to one o'clock the Government had !t5e8' New York, Apri&ti* BANK STATEMENT.—Increase in loans 598.493 decrease specie 00,670 de crease circulation 212,608 decisaatfle posites 2,U3*,428. Headquarters, Falmouth, April 5. The snow storm last night waa very severe. Roads in terrible condition. Milwaukie, April 6. Lake Pepin ia open. Tbe Mississippi River is navigable to St. Paul. The steamer Keokuk went through. MtpjlGHT REPORT. Ff. Monroe, April 5, Twelve rebel nilvnien with horsen aud equipments arrived here to-day on the Yorktown boat. They had deserted from VVise|ji Legion. They report their whole company would desert as soon as an op portunity presented, and that the want of food is the cause of their desertion that their troops cannot endure the want of food and clothing much longer, and for that reason iliohmond is soon to be evac uated. Tbe State of Maine left here at noon to-day for City Point with 600 i»bel pris oners for exchange. A number Cairo, April 6. of the amaller stern Ihe rebel General Chalmers is report* ed to be 8 miles below Craue Creek on the Hernando road from Memphis, with o,000 men. His object is to meddle with the Charleston R. R. The gun-boats Lexington and Robb shelled some GO rebel cavalry from Flor ence, Alabama, on Tuesday last. No casualties are reported. A considerable body of rebels are re ported to be at Tuscumbia, and it is fur ther reported they have thrown pontoon bridges over the Tenn., above Florence, where they are crossing to the south side of the nver. The fFojn new gun-boat Choctaw arrived St. Louis this morning. the 1st, 3d Indianapolis, April®. Ketui us from the municipal election in this city to-day indicate that the Union majority will reach from 100 to 1000. Returns from varioua toWna and «i*Mr show a great Union gain. and J. Hartford—Midnight—April 6. ^°0gre8smep are elected ia 4th districts: crats earry tbe 2d district. Washington, April C. The State Department had not up to jeeterdaj received any official response to t1)« Secretary's letter declining the peace proposition! of tiie Frenek Gov ern aaent. I Bix or eight hundred soldiers oa fur lough carnc up on the boat from the Ar my of the Potomac to-night It is believed that no difficulty exists with the Administration on the subject of letters of marque and reprisal. The importance of the question is well un derstood. When occaaiioa demands there is no doubt the President will ex ercise the jower in the premises author ised by Coi^iees. New Yjrk, April t. Geti. "WiltiaTDsan, of the rebel army, was arrested here Saturday. He has been acting ss a kind of rebel Consul at Quebee. The prisoner was sent to Ft. Lafayette. A female named Mrs. At wood, who accompanies him, was also ar rested, and over 600 letters found in her runk, including corre^pond' nce'relative to carrying the mail between the North and South. Chancy J. Filley, (Gradual Emancipa tionist,) is elected Mayor by about 2,200 majority, over Oliver D. Filley, (Clay bank,) or Bluce, (Emancipationist,) aud about 1,700 over Joseph O'Neil, (Cop perhead The radicals will have si small majority in the Council. National administration nobly sustain ed in all its measures for vigorous prose cution of the war. In Jefferson City the Radicals elected a Mayor also a constable and 6 out ofA7 Couaeilmet* Buckingham New Haven, April A. ,, The Fnion State ticket elected. Gov. ,t tbe head ia ehcU)d hy #bout 3#()()0 m8jority Me#gre L- Deming, Hubbard, Brandon and English, Democrats, are elected to Cougress. The Union have 15 out of 21 Senators and a large majority in the House. 88 far received no intelligence regarding the 1 ^am J® i state of affairs at Charleston, other than what has already been published from tin Richmond papers of Saturday. IOHB Norwich, Conn., April 6. The three Congressional Districts com prising New London and Windham conn- 'Port 1*fadlson, AprfT'C. One hundred and seventy-two majority for Copperhead mayor, aldermen elected. AH C'ojjp«tiiGad 1 i"" Adrian, llich., April 6. J. Campbell, (War Union Dem.,) is eleeted Mayor. Majority of the city tick et Democratic. Commmiat. 1*V TELCMUFW.J 1 Hew TMS Halrket. York, A|(!!6. Flo»r—agilO* lower. Salw tf SO U fl «0 Ezti« State aftftfS 66 R. H. O. Wh«»l—Dull »nd »oa)B*l. M1m at tl«*S01 43 ferSpriqr, tl S4«t! Sd for MUvuikca Clim $11* u» $1 73 tor Winter R«4. Corn-bull, 10c l*v«r. SeUs SS«SS fer tMASSe nnMuna. o*u—anirt. ifclw al SWWc. Fort—null. «u tor MCM. l«ra~DiiiwMijiM«jr. wheel steamers have been discharged from the government service at Helena, no doubt in consequence of the abandonment of various pass expeditions. MMB« is' i WbUkjr—null. «tc Itsek Market* N't* York, April S. Suck*—Irregular. StoHtog Btra»gi tuft for «pMla| TttSlS rearrency. :.v' Odd-ClMtd 1S1I. C.ilKRfc the Demo* Detroit, April«. tl.S" FT Sat. ij?e'-nnr o« Supreme Court •bout 100 majoruj. s V«w York Caatral -41$. I Krlo~-'W. Cattrorala ri-mji, i Ttsaswy 7 S-iO-iQ6|^ :f'\ I *8'. rH'4. lt(\ do wipou, ld&f. 0.8.1 THr eirtlScalr, M. Drug*, WHOLESALE MUG HOUSE, 94 'jKmfm Streak- EEOKIK, Cherry Pattoral, .. Mrw^rk.QIUo. KarMpartila, IllBmluatln# o»lOil, DMd«ritt4d«bioiA| Oatharilc FUla.. La|»ri«att*S Co*l OA. Pebssaiy H. VANAU8DAL, JUSTICE OF TBE PtAVk Ortiot-^Ja TWrd Btrwi beMreea Mala a!kd Jaka| Wotitw. pOST-OFFICjE BIKKClXIKi'.' ArmaliaaS ay«rt|are«ef tkf Malls. Tti^Inutfltn Wan arm** ai« r. and a*t«rta at 7 A.M. I THT adlfrrlniW7f. M.io4ltputiH SA.M. Tbe Booth*RE Mail arrlraad P, W., and doparU at 7 A. M. The Nortbanj MALL' arriraa at S F. M., awl DEPART• at 7 A M. TbePalaijrra Mall arrlvw «TT A.M.,AA4 depart* an A.M. The Cbarletton Salem M«M •rri'eaa atS P. M.. and deparie at 7 A. H. All mill matter dltetfiW to ku out In the morntBf maili (houlO be in ihc once by W o'clock tbeereulo® preeedlac UtadoparMr* of ti« matla. A couon, Boston, April 6. The qoeetion of repealing the amend ment to the Constitution adopted in 1859, requiring foreigners to reside within the State two years after naturalisation be fore voting, waa decided at the polls to day. Two oonsecutive Legislatures hav ing agreed to the repeal, there is no indi cation bow the State has gone, so little interest was manifested. The vote in the city was 996 for repealing, and 732 against. St. Louis, April 6. J. B. HOWELL, V, H, COLD, OK AN IRRITATKD fnildAT ifall»we] lo profreU, retultt in terluu* Pulmooary ana llroucbial aSrcttiima, uJ^teuUaae* Im urable. BROWN'S EROMOR1AX. TkOCKBS retch dtrtctlg tbr alleciiMi part* and flv« almeat la •Unt rcllt-f. In Bai)«tnni», ArrBMA.aud C'AT.aaM tbey are benrflclal. Tbe (ood effect* reaultluf froi lite aie of tlipTrocb»», and tbeir nl. njeil u*e, ba» eaugedthem to be e»ai)terfelted. JKe »ue locuard ag»ln»t wortble** Imitation* OBTAIN onl) the Brtmckimi 7V«cAm which have prtutd their effl cicybynoii ufmaby year*. fv'lLic Sruuu aud Duaili ahould u»c itir 'l lit .'. MilitaryO0cer* aud Soldier* wboover-t» v ilia role* aud are expeied to tudtleo change*, ahould ha*e tkem. Sold every wtn'rr »t 5(5 cent* per box. JaaSl-dln 8«tckcler*a Hair»|re»«"Tfce Bulla like World. WILLIAM A. BAT( 11 tLOM'M eelehratedlalr Dya prod nee* a eolor uotto be duilerniihed froaaatore— varraoted not to lajure the balr IDthelea*t reaietiiea the ill eSoct* t( bad dree,and lnvlgoratrr tbrhalr fur life. GKKY, Kfc.1) or KUKTY HA IK ll..t»otl) turn* i «|ilf nrlld black or brown, learinf the hall*o(taad beastlful. Bold by all druiifUt*, he. The (en oi Br i*alfiMNl WILLIAM A. ATCUKLOU. ea Ik* f»»r nut* tmtk Factory, No. 81 H*rclay 8treet, NawYork. [L*te S33 Broadway and ltiUoud bireet.l [je*-dAwly O. of T. •mauH O DO £. Mo. 1, w. heard from| give Bucking- Ji" k* iu liati^olis, April The lownetip election* in this State to dy, as for as heard from, result in large gains for theTnion ticket.! i ^.Hwrtford' APril 6—10 BABCTA. meet* on MbOday ervnin|r« of oaek'wrek, al7 o'clock, on Uteeor uer of Main and Scrrotb tlreeu, (eatraaeeiroai Srv enth 1 rrf«. octal Professional. TEAINOit KING, tJe I BiMMia ATTORNET AT LAW. And Cl&im Agent. Wo. 1 Thlidi 8IMI» Ifcaakak, !«««. fefaSl-dly ••(.•.•"caut RANKIN & McCRARY, Olaoeoooor* to Kaakln U Mlllai ATTOMVTEYS JT JUIN, KKOKl'K. IOWA Wlllprertlce ia tjheeoerta of the Flret andHoeond Jadicial Ul*t i. u i-f Iowa, In tbe O. 8. Clreeit ted DWtrlct Cuurt», a*d lu Vhc Blpmte Court of Iowa JO-Jteler to Hoa. Kam'l V. Miller. U. S, Sopreae Jiiilfe' [eeptl-dtf JOHN N. HUMMER,M.D., 1 jlepuUtTcam carry the BtnU and elect Henry C. Deming to Cougrcaa from the first District We cant ^ive "'"j^rifir1 J6t« Homceopnthir PhysicUm* KBOKCK, IOWA. OMeeaadre*ldBci)Oc UlghStreet Jbetveeclbthaad Utb ^oluiid. 4 ,*• •Al'L r. MlLLEt, I wa.t.utt ILLER &i LOVB, *iTTOMU% EYU AT JL.fH* I A*» Solioitorfl in Chancery, Kaolauk., Iowa. Omca: Oa Jid Street, next door to the Ftft O0ed, (L btair*.) Will pricC~e thr«ufbou: tbt Fir» JU''icl* Ulctrldt and lit ieal e»tuc arid crtum»l c»»e u. a I ^art* of l«t Sta'.e. Al.o tb« SM|k tut- C"«i.it ul li.*a, «Bd ibe lii»» ited State* iHaincl Mid Circuit C'uiirt* fur Iowa Janaary 14-dly 1 w AR CLAIMS. Hairing direct ac^«* to the DepartmraU, FibSa, '•3-dtf I KEEN FRUIT. FR O IT. Foliate by norl7-d 0HAMP A & k A ~h iJ isoasoei A.J.WEKINSON, Sole Wholesale Agent 'in Keokuk for CQ., init Wotera Coal Ml Lowell, KM*. csHr.DT, WITHOCV KMfLottBo mrxaMitutAT*Attirra, the mdertifned willatteodto the Collection of Pensions, BiU PIT, DlllCfllKGED SOLOIEB'S PIT, Aad all ether claim* agaio»i the Oorrriiaieat ip«i the mott favorable term*. Xo fe«aohoifrd tout *at|efaotery retorok a»e re» ceivdd. AlHiiqiitrl#. by matT wilt receive prompt at* tentlon. WM. H. liOVB, AU*y at I^w. Oihoe MeXtduurto foal OSlce (upalaii*) Keokuk iaaM-d 1? Groceries. ^ELLOGG BlliGE, w 1 II BOJLEkMMtE GMOCJEM8, JUS OK UK, IOWA. QBBD8. 100 baabtlaClorer Hoed, awhaakelaTiaoihy aaad, For *al« at retail by KBIXOCU 4i BtBAI. s and pluta 1 Uouty"«nd IXL.' A choice article for *ale by de«W-u KK1.LOOO a Bl^jBB. 9 0QO SACKS G. A. SALT, loo barrel* salt, aowafrl*ln(f aad for sale fry ouvl7-d ii SO Boxes (lraa|«i aid L.eaiM|a# Jnat received ID fine older, and for*ale by vj mar27-d_ ^ILLWiP a piKOt. JURIED 60 Barrel* Cholcp Kaatera Dried Apple*, Jaal r#» oetvedsndfei aaleiby H-tUU-OUO tt »IHUK KE08 MAILS, %KBLLOOO J^EMONS—,6 Boxes* Ju*t received, and for tale Uf decW-d il KKLLOOO A BIKGB. BAOS -RIO COFFEE, J ~£l*MaU Java Obfao, for *ale by DO* 17-4 KKLL'OOO Miscellaneous. gPRING AN1) jrmiT BBCE1YIB. «.M.ac!TcaiB*oii. iiuiHwn •VTOBlfrsON MW1. HfittCIIAlll TAILORS, THIKD STRUT. BUT. MAIU AMD JOHBSOB, Beeknk, Uvat BaweJ vet received at their FaahlonatiK-TalloiiBgan Tarulshiof B*tabli*haeot .a ehoice aud extend ve*eo pt, of BKOAUCLOTnS. CASIMBBBS, gOLTE 4 KRITZLER, I1 MtKrrAi'Traae* 0»' ALI. TO Thu i* tbe j|t!e*lMachliir jri tbe world (Invent tdla 1M4S Improved fr t» llwte tlmr *nd futlr )r,irt-.' la Jaooary lt09 Partu-aUrl., *lapteO to fannl, tMr.tail orlnx and manufavturfuif v ur|n.*t» boo aid. hue work, carrier* itiiailiig. Ac fcc Hatinr tbr wldr.t ranff ut adaptability to aew^ug, of any uaehloe pre4aoed And have ROWS tl WIKC BtrllHF nWW v fCTTII^V BO nore dro|tlof of *tli be*. brraklix of noodlee. no aiorr iroull' in *,« i»| the 0or»i fabric or the eoararci aatln u, ti.ffl. ultv ib '-fi ma, and a ntachirtf- itial l« warranted not to jet oat of or d«T With proper um *aotrdin Ohio aad ether Waetera aod Rortli* r.irru where i*ot alread/ appolntod. Clrtkltrj toiilaiiiag full drcripUoa of Maebiortras ho had oa application, or aeut mail Addr.aa, J. B. BBYINT, SEWI\(i MACHINE. T•auir- HB"FLOBEBCB" SKWtVG MACBlffXB Tnakc rnra ntrririRT atUcbet uu uue and W.chine. Tbua tbe Lorn, nowatoi Loix KBOT and uorri.t KBOT. •a summer supplies Xiao* or U S S 3 8 11E SOLD WIIOLBSALB AND HKTA1L Bdl Btrcet, Wetw. Mala aad lokaiafi aarM-dlni KF.ORI'K IOWA* Sewing Machines. SEWING' Machines [UfVBBTBD IX IMJ 1M 1'KOVBii IB Mauufacturcd by -J a a» aa.O W IB, Bredherof Ki.lAS BOWB, Jr., the orlalbal and Jialcntei ul lb. BOWK IEW1NC HAC1NIIK, Aad from which all other Machine* d*rloo their vitality. Several Weticra Apal, da Ukt .treet, thtcafo. 'ft. fttteRBReLL, A(rnf, Er«*uk,cer.Third and X»iB tlrwle. Beniarialiloendriraemm i HSWC'IKI« Machine at tj|* World'* Fair, Leodoit, UISH. Oaly S I U K I U 8 Were *wirlr fur Re* n.g klar Icinr*. |*d ff»BI* Mm •km* w**tn*d Jit* a/ A*a. Tbt I'lnt and Htxheot, The imperial Golden Jttedmi iot vaa Bast Conjrtruoted Machine, For alt klad" of familv and fur nanafhetarlas p«rpeea. Ai.d F.,-.r oilirt .,d Medal* foi tbe Boat Quality Of the kind* o oorl. C«cne ami *e-ttr ®»rh i* m) t\an lt e the work. at nTimntl lUwiBit, r».. ni Third and Main etreote, whetlier y in* *ili tu n.r• or not. L. nGKBhOLL Atui MfUM *11 of whirh ntake the neant alike on both eMr* uf tbe labrio. Kit be alltau be prodoced while the Machine lata ao Ion. They havethe a i vaanaiaLx rann Korioa, Which eoatl«' tin iterator to have the work carry cither ui HI, aad ean be u*cd U- chana'tlie1l?eefloa,aad fa*icn tli end wbkh, tucetber with v makinx a l..iijr and a abort *tilcb, I* douesluiplt by tarnlBf a lliumb ncrew. TSelr motion* are all roemvx There are no tprlr.gi to |ret out of orrfrr. Tbry are *o •Imple that the in st iBexperieneed can work them perfect), *i»d a ,il pace The are nou*. where(nlet Tbr» are tl.e FA PTKST SB^KK8 ta tko WOKLO. making Sve ,tiU*lirl lc oacb revola ti io. Theyolt nodreaao*. IkdrKTITCN lilk* wotnler or all, becaticeol ll»eoahieedsV*»riei* TV. F«r circular, aud **mple of work addroae C. H. F.HIIEBkON, A|«aL Fourth-»t^ bei Main a Blondeaa. )j«-d KBOBVK. IOWA. rUlOYER 4 BAKER'S Vx" A K iipwi. BLLOOO K B1R0B. AIGNE. OMte Dranda Ctaapatni* WIN 1B nhna locludlDf "M«nm*a CaWoef**,Cr*iu* de BtW« HHD8. ti. O. SUGAR. v Hhdt.liland mtar, for tale to T«VTD KBLLOOG A BIKGB. 200"pacEagSs new raisxnb, B»e*,juiui aad •Br' CELEBBATBD BOISBLBBB SB WING MACBlXfBS, llaklna both tbe Grower de Baker Stitch and Lock Stitcht PBICE 940 AMD I FWABDI. First FroaMna in lilinol*, Ohio, MlcMxat^,Indlaaa, Mi**ourt, Iowa and Now York. FAKTUCS FUMCMAalBO MACniBBB OF TBB OBOVBR a BAB Bit Bewins Maohtao Coatpoay can have tbelr choice of Machine* making elthor aUtch and obanare if tbe* do* ire to. SBe ftp U wri *ado*ea»al*. They aUo offer to tho pablle at tho extroaaly low prleo of $45 Forty-Five $45 A lirtirli Xt*il* L*k sttick JMacM««*nltable forTall or* or Family uae. 'I Ma Machine Is of large Dry Otmds* 1862. ,, a 1M2. I N A S COX A 8HELLEY, •8 Mala at.... B«»kak,lawa, ivenow iaatora, and are dally rooelvlag, a Very t*r0*eadooapieU*iock of 4TAPLI VKH 1NGR AMI) OESTH FCBMWHIKO OOOOS, OF A 1.1. 1B SCBIP1 loNUand (uaraotee that their work ehallbe done! ii tie moat approved end*aii*faetery manner— They areconataiitly receiving th» New York and Fhll adelphlAfaihlon* and re*peetrull} lolleitall whede» *irr good work and tbe hc*t material U (ivethoa a ^maylMl, «^CttIN80N tW k ma MY GOODS fc X0T10W, valehtkey effer lo the trade at pilcoa aiu« aa tbe Lowarr. StartS-daw rJHE HOOSIER STORE 1 No. 2 Xtstec HOUM, BCaln StrMt, jtEO^JK, IOWA. Ia feoaivlng a new fteek of leaaa, PlaUl, WkSte aa4 Celere4 Flaaaale Batlaetta, Caeetsaavea, MUmheta, and Weelen Tu% Olna fioa tko Hooalcr Faetorieda lailgaa Alw fro* ButaraOKtw, Cloth,, Ca$*imeres, Vtttingt, Jeamt, Jjin F/anmelt, Over and indtr thirl* uud JJraum^ 5 Vtlb a aee eupplf «f 'T* Ziadias Olotla Oloalu^ DKBSS OOObS UOSlBBY.CiLOVBS, FB1BTS, Irawaaadm*aeii«« iBaiiB, We loieaa to keep a good aesorta^r* t(. antt the I"-' Ah ARY, ^hereby hope to ••fU ft l)Nriidiirf of p«Uotti|rf. nEMEMBElt TUK Pl.ACii Aad that we war.t all t^e CLBAW WOOL wo eaa cot wr wblob we pay the blahett (.rue it, ca.h (NO. 2 ESTES JUOUSK^t' Hoalao man B. a. UABT, agaBt. l, ism. Dentistry. C. INQER80LL. JE1 N I ST, —i- artm a, Iowa. l^elr»»to call.t'ent l"n to hi* node ofr*#toriaa ebd bodflutbg Ueld and Fiailna Flateaol Tnlb o a*to be aiyrf.ci *. iht bentfittibgaooBlatee al at atrldiru e*i-e. ae. UF*cm r«*an I reaa SCTorTcBradafa- hleiaatrwrtnreaudaataraUn appearaace, fer||§,|§. DaiiTi i Kouit—Cornaref Third *tni Maln*treeta_ oeenbe8tatrH.ua aplS-4ftw Hardware. j^jEtal warehouse. VANDEKVOORT, PKKfl^ON |l-C0.# lMP0»Tk: s i TIN PLATE, &C. AMD DBALBBS IB Aiiimra Jg BOW«'» k 0 Ij U SCALES. 119 Ml ftlAillllfi ST tfllCAU, 11L. eecie-dea p. O. Bor. rcr. A 1 A K K ftTASOARD OF ALL IUM» Warcboaae Tracks, Letter Treaaea, &c. WairbstnLu, Ureenlemf 17! like Strrrl rHIClCO. f" Becarefol to Uir .aly tk« f»iu,o» I!T»t,ietii FICB,A|U„ JyHdAw irotifl, HiB'A. Bankers. Yy Al. THOMPSON & CO„ Cag,el iBfaia A id Sta., Beakak.Iawa A N K E S aad Dealer* la Bschange, Oold. Silver, Deatand I9otaa, MaW and Cuuut/ Wari.tii*. Claiuta bgaluai the Ual* ted Klatee pare bared orc^tie "ted. Uuy and *oll c-a oha*igc IMI i« nocMaary uiake e«.li-cttoD* UT .11 parte of Boropo. ^B^fBir |irba W«d»(«l un( boorgca CoBcctia am l« aUr« ^aaptpldacx (Futopa*. }ao9*-.ly Music* PIANO TURING, CLEANING AND JL BBF AIK1AG. Thellberal patronage bltberto -h aaaaMtu Be, tmpoaea on thoduljr thaukiug IU i'ati for it, and beg to *av tu the pub. WT31^31 Uclagoooral, thall ahall a I war* V I^HHaVi awvote, a* aorrictore, the uluteal aniw nod attention tuTaulog Cleaning aad BepairlaB Maew.ao neto eerittheesUarnetloaef thoeewbo wlfl favor Die Wh with their o'der* *1*0, rapid, quiot, »ioi|)l' «'iii far superior to (he shuttle ee Look Stitch Machine# heretofore sold at £75 to $100. Onwrtl Mrttouiir* 00**, US Lake Street, CHICAGOJU,. O. O HILTON, Adont for K**kak and vicinity. Feraon- lnUr- »ii*il arr Invited to call at my reddence, (Ml**l*»l|ipi Vulley Nnraeryjln the weatern pan of the city, and rxamlnothe Machine. The* ean b« had of Oie Agent in K.eoknk,atEaatoni Bknafariurer*' price*, ($4"ami upward*,ateOTdlng to alyle,) wits tbe addition of only |f far freight, later* autioa aad iaatraeUon rivee oaaTa ay «B3«. 0. BlliWIt 4/«Uir A|«atatSaslHll* i Order, left at the lln* ir Htore, 73 Mala Btraol, Boa kafc, Iowa, will be pruwpii) att^Bded to. Jv/US If. WBLCOMB, dOcSUdaa Piano Toner. Miscellaneous. JgMPOlllUM OF FASHION". VSNCIIX A JOIEI, Clothiers, Merchant Tailors A'D DBALKB8 IN FURBISHING GOODS. Wo are J«*t la rec*lpl of oar IPK1HA COOPI, ooatpetalnga wail aaiectod etackaf HEADY-MADE Or.OTHlNd, OUMha, Oasaiaterea ttrtL' We weald remectfniiy catlataaUoatooor largo aad •plaadid lot of FIBLB tir00i»H wbloa wo anpupaioil to naaofactuie to orilei tu tbe lateat itylaa, aad abort ootica. Onr term* are CASH, and wo aollat tba owootUABH KATEtf. i Jteaaegafcer tke 3Ftace« NO. 75 MAIN STRMT. aaria-dSm H. a WME'S MD MATHER a SMU* BUCK I COLORED PBIMIA6 UiS •ss h}» ""'-eft-. J#«.WAT» OH MMMWi -m I Aa4 taraalaat Maaafaaaxort'pricag, at fAza tttv o» tzaa.