Keokuk once was here; you took him by the hand, and when he wished to return to his home, you were willing.
Orion Clemens in the mean time had married and removed to Keokuk.
Orion and his wife had returned to Keokuk by this time, waiting for something in the way of a business opportunity.
The Catskill had received thirty shots, the Keokuk (p. 138)a hundred.
Whiskey was introduced into the camp, and Keokuk saw that the crisis was at hand.
The Keokuk was built by a gentleman who had full faith in her invulnerability.
Once a day a cheap gaudy packet arrived upward from St. Louis, and another downward from Keokuk.
Proprietor of hotel in Keokuk, answering call from room: “Hello!”
Keokuk as a private individual was still the first man among his people.
He and his wife took passage in the steamer for home in Keokuk.