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lifliMlili»d{F.vrr Marotug %undojs excepted.
By J. B. HOWELL & CO,
E S
FIVE DOLIAMA ANM M. in Advance or.
TXP CKHTS PF.R WI.i K, payable to the Cari ier.
«P-A
dvert'.»emerit» inserted on favorable term*.
t'OMSTOfK AM BROTIIRM,
RE new in r'fpipt
A
ftet
WM.KKWAKH. W. F. TUKNU.
EDWARDS A TURNER,
attorneys aud Counsellors at Law.
HM.AL KS'IATK AM) INsLKANCE
AGENTS,
fJ^Odtoe if ''Concert Hall" building.
fJan« ». KEOEt'K,,loWA.
U.
.W.CLAOETT. •ro.c.ot*ON
CLAOITT Ac DUON,
TTOR!flCY» fc COUNSELLOR* AT LAW,
J\ Main Stiect,between Third an* Fourth,
Keokuk, love.
VMbruary IS, 18*1. dljr
8 Alt VRLIIA MILL* JOSKMi HA*)LL.
I.k 1. RAM1IX,
WHOLESALE
March 14, 1S55. d6m
M» CTAPTORO 1 c. M'CCKE
fTAFTOED A MeCUVX,
W O E S A E O E S
EDWARDS & TURNER,
ILL proe nr*» LAND WABBAXTS otsder th»
law ol W&a.
gar Office iu Concert Hall building
Majt-b 1H.')5. d3m
IIR. j. Hiim
OFFICF. AT HIS iaI M:\CF.,
01 Uleaikan Slrrrt. on* Door of Setoad, i
KKOKDK, IOWA.
april 26 54-d
0
A. E. (HANDLER,
ITWWET i^Dl'Or^ELLmik WIT.UT W'IMCL
TFICC «t the "Land Ortkt e." Maift atreet^be
iwaeo Firatajd Second, Keokuk, Iowa.
M.**, '»a.
Feb. 7th. l8:"5.
V
U!it
L.
l,vr I rg» lot of
Hullo w w«ve, sucl. assu^a: katllcs, Tes'
ttles, Dor and Sail Iron*. Air... Ac.
Main. between 3rd A 1th Street#,
&£OKl k, IOWA.
w*y 8 '54d
t» ROC:
EH Si TKA DKALF.BS
COMMISSION AN') FORWARDING MER I
CHANTS, No.37 Levee, tnree doors Lorust .j
tr#«t, ST.Lot. IS, MO. March 14, IBM
DR. B. C. FRAHIft.
HAVING
permanently locked in th 5 ifv bee*
lesve to inform his friends and tue citizens
generally, that, until further notice b» given, he
may be f-ind at the office of Dr. J. F.&Lsronu. 1
March 3!.
WILLIAM W BELKNAP
A O N i Y A A W
ROTARY PUBLIC A*D IMLRATI E AOEST.
ACK
MiWLI.I)G I".
ME NTS aud Depo-.it tons
taken, arid aM business requiring thr servi-j
CM of a Nor ABV PUBLIC, pron ptlv attended to.
Firm, Inland, Marine, and Life Insurance Pol-j
lei#s in substantial Companies issued on appli-!
cation.
tjf Office corner Main and Second St recti,
r»«: City Bnoit Store.
A N 1* A
MIRCHA^Ti,
Second door above the Corner of Blondeau,
WATKR gTBEET, HKOKOI, IOWA.
Mtrch R, d"f
IXiOTS 2. BIBXPaOXT,
ATTORNEY
AT LAW U:L-T THE &W
Pwst Office building, on Job
MOO atre«tt bt
tween 2d ain! 3d.
lUokuk, Feb H. —4tf
XOBKBT HAIFE8,
A I E
Office In Graham's Btuidi&f,
KtOKI K. IOWA.
i~. all kind
ol Buildings aUu ejtissatea aad spec in
caliom..
fc'«wkukt Frb. «»th, IH55. dim
JOKN W, aAKIIN. SAMUEL MILLt* i
RA^KIM MILLER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KfcOKl K, IOWA-
Office over Par sous' Bank, corner of Mom at»d
Second »tre#U. der"J8
ft yt ^'Ki K K.
IMPORTERS AH) wholesale DEAUCRS IN
Hardware and Cutlery,
Corner of and Second S: re. t«, S«go of the
July 22 51—o Iv lltD FAD LOCK.
XOKlf BOBB, OF EBIHBUAaB,
A O A
kFKICL Wriiij i»i». i.
Hall.
0
March 2, 1853,43m.
_{f
PENNSYLVANIA FOUNDRY,
Main and Eights streets, Keokuk, low*.
T. Wlrkei »h»*
Manufacturers of Steam Engines and M»U Ma
chinery A general assortment of Ceilings
adapted to the wants of the country, constant
ly on hand. jal-ly
Taliiin A «.,
fbrwardmj and louiuiission .Mcrckaati,
N*. 1«M). Iiecead street, Rt. Leala.
Agents for the sale ol Hulmes' Louisville Hy*
draulic Cement Calcined riiister, and Lime.
Particular attention paid to ilie sale of Grain,
Bacon, and Lard. mcti2ftdly
wunn'.sAi.r ami i i !A I. DEALER IN
VOREIOI A'OD DOMESTIC DRY BOO*,
flolhinp, Boots, Shof.s. Huts, (a|m, Honnrts, Trim
ininps, te
rn* §6, MAIN BIEEEX, KEOKUK, IOWA.
i
D. Woodward,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DKY GOODS'
E
AM)"CLOTHINO,
Kh*f a,Hat*, C«|»« ••1 Neiteaa,
Xv. Hi, MA IN STREET,
gonth side, between Thir and Fourth Streets,
KEOKUK, IOWA.
may 18 '54
CLOW BOUBB
W O V K
Corner of Walnut and Second Streets,
!*H*S ATIXE, IOWA.
Office of the Tipton, Martoo, Daeenpert
Okaloosa Stage Lines.
March V'-', 18.:)5.
anf^l
0. A. A N U A Y & O
145,
Second
S'lrret,
BT LOUIS.
Wholesale Grocery.
Sept. 22, '54. [dAw820]
FIFTY
YEARS in both Hemisphere*: or
Reminiscences of ihe Life of a foioiei Mer
chant. By Vinrent Nolte.
W«treet,t»etween
GRAHAM fc CAVE,
Get. 24, '54. 2tf Street.
HORACE H. AYREI,
HOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,Main
Second and Third, .eokuk,
ewa.
ot the
BlK
Mortar..ci
April 11, t660.-d&w
kigs Pel- t»f.
Pcv
ERRONS in want of lanTkind of FA«
PAIWT!NJ ORGR# 4. an nave it done in
ii»t st vie, »y applying to the Sash Factory
R. B. IllVlfIX V 10.,
Forwanlir^ ami ('oiiioiMiuu JlfrrliatiU,
(iENhiiAL STKAM liOAT AGENTS.
A*» DCALEHU l!«
lloat Stores & (jlroccries,
I VKK., WEAR raCKKT TltPOl, KXok!' K
April (I, 1855. dtf
HlSSEV^v"'HLLS~
Ileal Estntv Hrokcrs and Auc­
tioneers,
Xorik side JUoin Si., be!wren 2d and
Sale* daily at their roorc«
Aptii £3, !'f
yd,
KEOKl'K. IOWA.
I AVE constantly for ult a large amount of
I 1 property in different part* the city.—
Pei sons wishing to sell or buy are mviU'd to
call.
t.BBtfCK. »M. O. IIAHIIU
BRUCE & DANIELS.
PEA I.K *S IN
(irorrrics. Provisions and Produce,
So. 91), Mnin, iwt. Tliiril ant! Fourth StrtrU,
k P.OK K IOWA i'-Vw
ii utk ii iTiii m,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Ih s i.' ft IN
rOREIGN WINES AND LIQUORS
A S I' A TL Ml "f All ((!».,•• OK
Dawestif Litjiiors and Ufftifinl Whhkfv,
10. 141. SECOND ETKKBIi
St. Lotus, Mo*
Sept.9" 'M. fd&w^20j
laddlm and
k i
HAI-OCR*.
A KIi iC AIL.
L. H. TUKNKR has purchase^
the entiie stock of S B. Good
rich A Co. and will carry on the
business of »ajl(}le arid harries*
Hi a nif in a!l its brunches at the
•nop i rinrriy occupied by J. C. Tnmble, No. 56
Maio !'reet
Hi« st ck oriviUs of the bat material to be
found the Cincinnati market, and he can offer
krfurem*Dt« to the trade either at wholesale or
retail
WHIPS.
He has also every *tyle of whipe, which can
be had at wholesale lower than anywhere else
in this citv.
Pariiculi itteiition piren to RKPAIRIKG. Jot
will be doa the shortest »o!ic«^ and in goo*
style.
Keokwk, Feb. 13,1H55, dfcwl y.
A Card. t'~
Feeling v«»ry thankf«l to^th#
l:bf,-ral pa'rona^e heretofore re
ceived, i taiie the liberty to
.tionofthe public to the extensive
WATtllES AXO JEWELRY,
of every description, i have new on haul, which
I tm enabled to Mi lower than St. Louis prices.
Also, having been a practical watchmaker for
a number of yedia, I feel confident of giTing sat
isfaction, as regards watche® left in my care.
Koiaik. Jan 17, 1««S5.
JULLS GEISEIl.
Fire Proof Hoofing.
'PHE uiiiersiixned having had several j*ears
A. experience putinjjon arrer.'s celebratetl
Compositioii Gravel Hoofs, is prepared to till all
ouiers iri Kokuk and stirrouriding country on
the shortest possible notice. (I jofs repaired
and second coating done to ord»*r.
Charges moderate and work warranted,
JAMES KNIGHT.
April 12,1^55. t!3m
A ll V "AiTj E it,
.Vyr/A side Main, between ~:kSf Hth *.'s,
Keeps all kinds of fie?h and cheap Groceries and
Provisions for family use.
Keokuk, Feh. ?I. dly
Heatil \®tlcf,
Jfr 3 RICKEY. Surgeon Dfmtirt.
avihg returned from the East, will
Ne happy to wait on Ins friends.—
s*-t-UXET7Having
a large stocJt of Teeth, from
the best manufactories, ran please
the moat fastidiou«. Teeth mounted on either
gold or platind, on his new improved method,
which is now being used by the oest Dentists.—
He is also prepared to u ount Block Teeth, or
Continuous Gum% on gold or platina vkrn on
the luiter, at a lower price amounting to the dif
ference in cost of material full sets *n -M for
$100, on I I.MISA lor $9U all work warranted.
Office over Burke's store, corner «f Main and 3d
streets, Keokuk. march27 dly
1 D. R. MILLER. J. M. BECK
MILLER BECK.
ittomeys at Law ind Solicitors Ii
(hanrfrv.
Ayents for tJw invttltyu.Luuof Land Titles
and (fir purchase and sale of Real Estate,
"117 ILL hereafter practice in and regularly at
\Y tend the District Courts of Keokuk and Ft.
Mad son, and ol the other counties of the Firsf
Judicial District of iowa and will also practice
in the Supreme Court of the Stvte.
Ft. Madison, Feb. 17th, 1855. dtf
The Book of thr Season has arrived.
E A Y O W E o e e n o s
Harriet Beecher St-«e, can be tound on the
counter ef Messrs. GRAHAM It CAVE.
May 1,18.rM.
SUSiowe
N N Y e o i e s i n o e i n a n s y
New«boy—equal to the lamplight
e Katharine Ahton Journey to Central Af
rica, by Bayard Taylor for sale by
GRAHAM fc CAVE.
PLOWN AVD WACJOXS!
TAYLOR A KEE,
S'lt'C'ssoia ol Newton Stept'.'-n*.
CORNER OF MAIN AND 12th STREETS
K.'OHTK, IOWA.
\\T HERE they keeji consiantly on hand all
»V kinds of Plows, Wagons and Carriages,
made iii the best style and out of the best quality
of materials. Wholesale and re'ail.
TAYLOR fc McKKE.
March 14,1855. dfcwtf
Western Hotel,
(rOKMI'.HI.V KFOKCE IIOTIL,)
LOCATED on the l^evee, below M.in-st,
most convenient fo the steamboat landing.
Has been taken by the subscriber, (late ol
the i'hoMiix Hotel.) at4 has been thoroughly re
paired and well furnished. The entire arrange
ments are made with a view to the comfort of
his friends and customers. He hopes, therefor#,
by strict attention to business to have a share ef
public patronage. The attendants speak the
Engli-h, German, and Ftppch languages. Give
me a call. DANIEL AGNE.
March 5, 1855. dfcwtf
ASK t'luiies at
KEOKUK, IOWA
1M
1995
FOR
FKKIGHT
im
ST.
H. J. LQM BAERT, Sup't, Altooria, Pa.
!*•"•*!.
1195.
K K K K A N O K I A
RAILROAD MAIL LIKE STEAMEES.
TM» Tw" F.VST STFAMRRTS
J. ktf and Bfu Cimphf ll,
Now maki-tr Daily tiipn, roui.ectinj at j{...
labnd with ihe Cars for the Ea*t, and with th*
Daily Mail Packets for (i ili.na and Saint Paul,
and at Keokuk with the Grett! Mail Line Steam
era
Jeaaaie Deaaa. Wntfratr, Kf*kah a4 Die Ver
»•». I'»R St. L»ii.
J. M'K EE, Captain J"KOV DOPCE.
Ijeavoi Davenport ant! Ruck Island everv Mon
•l«iy, Wednesday and Fndnv Evenings for Keo
kuk. Returning, leave* Keokuk every Tuesday,
Tti'irs lay arid Saturday Evenings.
IIEN (-AMPBELL, Captain R. F. BAHTLKTT,
Leaves Daveiij»ori and Rock Island every Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday Ev^ninfir*. Returij
Ing, leaves Keokuk every Wednesday, Friday
ari«i Sunday Eve nntrs.
FES\SVL\'A.\IA RAILROAD.
Tl
i k U I l- i .- I i 1
1^1 ,r r:"f i I i VINV
MAIL TRAIN l^axes Philadelphia for Pittsburg
7
1
jj A. M.. and Pitt -burg for Philadelphia at
7 A- ML THt, FAST LINE leates Philadelphia
for Pittsburg at 1 P. M.. am
i delphia at 1 P. M. THE
K
or PASSAGK, inqnire on Pour.!.
of T. HEAICHT, Agent,
March, April d'f Keokuk.
VERKON, WUTUNEK, JTAXIM: DK*KS,
and Kfct-Ki it» whose names alone are a sufficient
guaranty of their speed and accommodations,
i March 18.r5. di'm
FtMtfM'l AM.» KilLROtU.
and
way diieci. This road al«o connects at Pitts
burg with daily line of Steamers to all ports on
the Western Rivers, ai at Cleveland and San
duaky with Steamers to all ports on the North
WfS'em Lakes making the mmt thrui, cntHtjteti
and reltablr route by which FREKiHT can be
forwarded to and from the Great ett.
HATL.S HFTWKIN PHILADELPHIA A N HTT88C HLI.
FIRST CI.ASS —Boots, tjimes,
Dry Gools,(in boxff) Fu«. 7»c. per 100!h.
feathers. Ac
2d Ci ASS.-Books anl Station- 1
#ry, Dry Goods (in bales),S tfQc. per lfk)!h.
Harilware, leather, Wool,
TdCi.
ASS,—Anvils, Bagging, 1
Bacon and Pork (in bulk ,/
Hemp, Ac
4th CLASS—Coff#e, Fish, Be-I
r»rk
FREIGHT AGENTS.—Moses
REfflPKCIl
im
L0in»4NI) KEOKUK MAIL LIKl
i.JLAJtLiJj.
TniSdaily
popular line of steamers will make regu
lar trip* as u«tial throughout the sea
son, connecting at Keoki.k with the regular daily
mail packet* to RO«,K ISLAND, GALKNA ami Sr.
PAI L. running in connection with the Railroads
i to Chicago and the east.
S Th* line is at pri»s«»r»t composed of the steam
ers DIE
v Gre*i Cejiirai Rome, connecting tlie At- 'T'HE undersigned having rented Ihe second
lantir citie# with Western, Northwestern 1 story o^the plow arid Wagon Factory (Main
Southwestern States, by a continuous Rail-
50 e. per loulb.
1
T_*rf!*
con an Pork -packed Lar.
an I La O.!
shipping Goods from any point East oi
Phi adelphia, be particular to marls package
•10 c. per lOulb. Jan ss, 1864^-dfcw
utia
Pevnitflvanta Rmtrmd" All Go^ds consigned
to the Agents of this Road at Philadelphia or
Pittsburg, will be forwarded without detention.
Potter. s'on J.
L. Elliot*. N. York E.J. Sneeder, Philadelphia
Macraw U Koons, Baltimore (ieo. C. Francis
cos, Pi'tsburg Hprjgman & Brown, Cincinna
ti, Ohio .I. S. Moo head, Louisville. Ky.
C. Meldrum, MadtvorK Ind Ratclitf & Co.. St.
r-ouis, Mo S. Mitchell & Son, Evansville,
Indiana.~
iL H. HOUSTON,
General Fieight Agent, Philadelphia.
id Pittsburg for Phiia
NIGHT EXPRESS
A I N e a v e i a e i a i i s u a 1 1
P. M., and Pittburg for Philadelphia at 10 P. M.
The above lines connect at Pit'aburg with
Railroads TO ANH FROM St. Louis, Mn. Alton,
Galena and Chicago. Ills. Frankford, Lexington
and Louisville, Ky. Terre Haute, Madison. La
fayette, and Indianapolis, Ind Cincinnati. Day
t«vn, Spi ingtield, liellefonlaine. Sandusky, Toleilo
Cleveland, Columbus, Zanesviile. Mnssillon and
Wooster.Ohio al»o, with the Steam Packet Boats
from arid to NEW ORI.EAKS, ST.
LOUIS, Lovts
VILLE, and ClNt IKNATI. i
Through Tickets can be had to or from either
of the above places.
For further particulars, see Hand-bills at thr
different atarhng points. Passengers from the
We.it will find thia the shortest and mosl exnedi
tious route to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York
oi Boo'on.
j" THOS. MOORE,
J. MESK1M EN,
Agent. Passenger Lines, Pittsburg.
Feb. 1,1855. ly
~7" W.
Successor to I'. Mincer lam!,
Dealer ic Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
KECOM) STREET,
'(Nextdot'r to carles l'.tr-on-' ItHnking House,
I K E O K U K I O W A
Tin subscriber has just re
ceived a large and beautiful
stock of Gold and Silver Watch
e«, Gold Jewelry Ac., comprising the latent styles
of Ladies' Brea«t Pins, Ear Iiinj^a. Finger Rings,
Cufl Pins, Gold Guard and Fob Chains, Keys,
SMIIS, Silver Thimbles, Gold Slides, Snaps,
Stud#, Gold Pens with or without holders, Gold
Pencil#, Pens and Pencil*.
WATCH KEPAIRIMi.
The subscriler being a practical watchmaker,
feels competent to i epau the moM difficult and
delicate work that may be entru»:«*il to bis care.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Correct Time
Nov. 28,1854. Jjd
J. IlUTCHINSOSf. AS, DJKWKT.
Merchant Tailors.
Thifd &%rft, Mifcen Sfi11n nji/J Joluison,
K, LOVV A.
HAVEjustKLOKL.
received, at their Fashionable Ta:l-
ormgand Furnishing Estahli'hment,n choice
and excellent supply of Hroadcloths, Casslineres.
Vesting*, and Ge tleuien's Furnishing Goods of
all description's, aud guarantee that their work
shall be done in the most approved and satisfac
tory manner. They aie constantly receiving the
New Yoik apd Philadelphia Fashions) and re
sjpectfully solicit all who desire good work Bod
the best material to give them a call.
HUTCHINSON A DEWEY.
April 5,1855. dly
J. W. SCItOGGS'
U K U Y A K I K E O K K
On Concert street, between 4th anil th streets,
north of iNLon stiect. A laif e a-,snrtineiit of
iber and Shingles, ol best quality, always on
S A U U A V A Y I s V .\" (i
li'lKA MOV'SiR'.
CORNER OF JUHNSON A ND F1 Ks 1
BV
€harlr(} Itiinnrll*.
fpiIE under•.ijjxfd takes ptia^uif in an
liouiicint »hat he Ua* l. kf'ti this very
popular House and maue a co plete renovation
ihrnnghoBt the entiie premi-es. He is ow pre
pared to receive the pa'ronage of the public, and ,r .. ,,
believes be can meet the wai.U et all who desire ^,r '.,rt..
a eoo-1 House.
^He liopes. by a close application trt the lvnsi
ness and attentiou to the many wants of the
traveller, to merit and obtain share of pktroti~
age.
(TS^Baggage lakeu to and from boat* free
charge.
CHAS. G. BUNNELL.
A[ril5, l^iia. dtf.
Jolin^oii,
I'Ll.V beg- !t-axe to
snriour.ee to the citizens
Keokuk that she has just arrive:
ti OUl til? iclnity
(LK\tLA\D, OHIO,
where she has b^eu givmp le»-«iis on the Piam
and Melodeon, an«i would contujue those Seiv
co» to the eiti/eua of Keokuk.
Orders for Carhari's Improved Meiodeens vxi
be promptly attwrded to.
A sample kept at her residence at the Gate
City Hotel.
April 10,1835. lrntl
J. T. WANNV, (LIO. J. liRAKEi WM. IKIWSlSti
Boiton. St. Louis. St. Louis.
#AffNY, DRAKE k CO
WH(»lmale ueAi.en* iW
I N O O S A N S O E S
J[ No, 154, Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO
RE now receiving a complete »lock. suitable
fx for the spring trade.
March 6, 1*55. 2md
Gurriage Painting and Trimming.
and I^th Streets) designs'carrying on the Car-
public patronage
April 10, ]8Sf- d3m
Keokuk lioak-Bindery
AM)
BLANK BOOiii ixlANi:FACTORV.
BLpattern,—CourtaKet
A N K O O K S i a u u e o a n y e u i e
ords, Juttires' Docket#,
Assessors' Books, Poil Books, fc.cff fcc.,fur»|«h.
ed st ihurt notice.
13" old Books, Magazines, Music, jrc.,bound
or re-Vounat In any style desired.
tT" My Bindery will be found en Main,betw«#a
S«n(iiid and Third streets, *i({n of the "BIG
BOOK," ISAAC N. PlKtiCE.
I. UrR INST, RtrNNE*.
HeKeniiy A Runner
A' t. .:«• as-ociat.-d theni-e!u s together
U-: \Ui- !iai.^jctiin i| !l,t ]rU^ business in
all its branches. They expect to keep on baud
a general and well selected assortment of Pure
Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Paints, Oil', Ac.
Also have by this arrangement become sole
pro, rietors for the manufacture and sale of H.
R. Gillmore's celebrated Mamalnke Liniment
ani! unrivalled Vegetable Anti-Bilhon* Pills, for
the states of Iowa, Illinois. Missouri, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, and territory of Nebraska,
All orders in future xvtfl be addressed fo
Mc K EN NY A Rf NNER.
Wee 6 ISM. dtf
\I MIL UOODH IIOI^E,
Kt II), SHIELDS A O
(At !i»r o«u jitanu of Fote\ Ailieraon A Shields.
A'o. 82, Mat* Street, KEQKUK, /O H'-f.
CKALKRs IN
Dry Straw (,Mdi, aad Kttiwi.
WJ
wo"'('
1
riage Painting Business in all its branches. promptly answered. Orders lor inachint s should
He in conhdi nt that he can give entire satiafac- o« sent »n early.
tiort and hopes to merit and receive a share of i WILLIAM MrCLURB,
W. H. EAR
LEV.
itiform the Merchants of low**
V that we have a large and elegant ttoclf
Goods, suitable lor this season's trade, and
sell them to cash or prompt lime buyers as low
a» they can purchase them in the west. We are
daily receiving, and will continue to receive ad
ditieris to our stock a- the season advance*.
Dress Silks
In great variety, and latest patterns,
REM), SHIELD? 4« O
Ma ch 30J 1
&i5 d2m w !y.
M. W. HICKS, M. D.,
S U E O N E N I S
City of Keokuk, lows.
Qffitt on Mum between Secund mid Third1
Streets.
DR.TL,
in addition to the j!
methods of inserting artificial
A KNT, Passenger Lii es, Philadelphia, teeth, is ID posaesmon of the txclusirr ng/i/ for
.tL itfns nty of mounting the "continuous gum tei ih"
so unixer«ally admired for their beauty, strength,
I and cleanliness. After an experience of two
years in this style of w ork, he would unhesita
tingly recommend it to the public as possessing
many and great advantages over any other style
of.w
ork
^newn to the profession. Those mter-
ested are respectfully incited to call and exam
ine specimens of the different methods of mount
ing teeth.
April 16,1^35. dAwIy
The public may rest assured that the correct i Ladies, Misses, Gentlemen, Boys, and children,
tuaw is, and always will be kept by which will be sold as low for cash as any deader
N. W. JONE&
ODELL & MATLE8S,
MANI'I AC'Tl'B
1 US AM' rl.AI.Klt.s IN
BootN and Shoes,
Opposite Smith's Banking House,
K K 0 K K I O W A
CALEB
ODI'.LL haviiig associated with him
self Mr. L. Matless, in the Boot r.cd Shoe
business, the new fum is prepared to do a more
extensive business than ever heretofore They
have juat received a very large assortment for
Ipda and Sumtnar Trade,
Including all desirable styles and qualities for
can sell them.
We intend t» pay particular attention to
Custom Work,
and be'ieving that HOML MANLKACTUIOJIought t«
to be encouraged, and will be encouraged if WELL
no**, we employ none but the very best hand-«,
arid PLF.NTY of tfiern, in orrfer that we may guar
antee all work fo give perfect satisfaction, arid
fill all orders with entire punctuality.
Rt'pAiKtNi done with neatness and dispatch.
We invite all persons to give us a call, at the
sign of the Mammoth Shoe.
... ...... ....
Oiliiinwa House,
WAPELI.O !«TV IOWA.
'1 UK ui.d. i-i^i-t-d (avii.-r#c^*0y pur
:hased the above H«*uset would reapect
iilly iofortti the traveling cr«iiriauiiy af((j
ic gem rally that lie has refilled and
thoroughly renovated the House, and i.« now pre
pared to offer as gwod accoininodattons as th
tl •_
h»rn xtith a call hi* etrn'tam attention will lie
given to render the stay ol all comfortable. lli
House beii'g large and coiinnoiMoui, he fliit'er?
ir*uiaell that he can give general aatisfaclnm
his guests.
Cor.uected with this use is
A (J otid anil L'vmmodious Stable,
Where will be kept at all times a gooil Supply
of Oats, Corn .and Ttawlhy and a trusty
and emcient Ortler.
THOS. GIVEN.
OMtimwa, M* !*S5 wfc I awdtf
KALSTON 8 PATENT IMPROVED
Grain Thresher, Separutor ami Cleaner.
r|,HE
s: bscriber has ui der construction a num
A bei ot theae popular aud un» qualed machines,
which have invariably taken the preference
wherever Introduced, over all other machines
ii w in use, for light draught, simple construc
'.on, speed in threshing, durability, and putting
the grain in perlect merchantable order. "fl am
manufacturing t'vo aizes, i and horse power,
AI«o, 1 and 0 horse Tnieshers, without the Sep.
ar. r. The above machines are warranted to 1, 1% s E v
give satisfaction.
The subscriber is thankful to his former pat
roni for their liberal patrouage. and would inform
them that he has mu le valuable improvements
for the present season. Letters of inquiry
May 9,1853.
I
10
A
Kipley, Brown eoiuatv, O.
ltd 3tw*
DOZEN men's fine fashionable Silk Hafs
of the latest spring and auinmer atyle for
sale cheap at
SHELDON'S HAT EMPORIUM.
April 2"), 1S35. wly
A DOZ. men's and
Uu" Lenett, Pedal and
sale cheap at
boy's Leghorn, Swiss
Palm Leaf Hats lor
SHELDON'S HAT EMPORIUM.
April 25, lw.r»5. wly
COMPLETE stoct of men's and boy's Wool
Hats, aU styles, shapes and qualities, lor
sale cheap at
SHELDON'S HAT EMPORIUM.
April 25, 185a, w ly
WOODE* WARE.
125 dozen buckets, 2 and 8 hoopa,
11H) neat tuba, (.'1 and in.)
10 dozen we I buckets,
10 dozen half bushela,
5 do churns,
5 do lar buckets,
50 do brooms,
IW do vxasii boards,
50Cross clothes pit.?, patent and plain,
20 doxen wood fmcetts,
30 do shoe brushes,
5 do large tubs, home manufacture.
or sale by CLEGHORN 6c HARRISON
April 14, 1^55. w
Patent Reefing.
2'M'!» lbs. Felting,
25 bbls. Composition, for sale by
CLEGHORN & HARRISON.
April 14, 1355. w
Nail*.
Ic ot KKGS Boston and Pittsburgh nails, all
will sues from 3d to 40(1, in store and foi
aale by CLEGHORN tt HARRISON*
April 14, l8oa. w
Teaa.
100 half chests fresh Imperial, Gunpowder,
Young Hyson and Black Itias. fuibiaciiiif e\frv
quality, for tale by
CLEGHORN A HARRISON.
April 14, 1855. wr
favdlr a.
l.r»0 bxs Mould Caudles, K«a*uu rnaau facfure 1
70 do Star do
For sale hy CLEGHORN fc
April 14^1855. w
*u9H6
n A S A S I S
The Spring Style for 1855.
Till.
i¥ew ork II/at ICniporiuni
M, MAI ST, BETWEEN 3d and 4ih.
AC.
SHELDON would re«ifeetfully an
nounce to the citi/.ens of Keoknk and
vicinity that lie has established himself at
Keokuk, for the manufacture and sale of Hats.
Caps, Filrs and Straw Good., and wiil open
about the 1Mb of Maach a large and complete
stock of the above goods of the latest arid most
fashionable style. Having been connected foi
a term of years with one of the largest whole
•ale manufacturing houses in New York willrn
able me to sell my goods at a lower price than
any htuse ill the trade. I hope by close appli
cation to business and a desire to please the pub
i o e e i v e a s a e o e i a o n a e a n
supply every want that comes within the legiti
mate pphcre of my busirieis. Country mer
chants are respectfully invited to call and exam
itie previous to buying elsewhere. Mv motto is,!
"Ready Pay, Quick SaUt* and Small IVohts
Gents, just drop iu end examine the spring'
style of Mole Skin Hats for I8".i.
A. U. SHELDON, llatter.
April 25,1855. *ly
Moves! Stove*!! Stoves:::
TUST
*1
ERA
ODELL fc MATLESS-
'March 30,1S55 dfcwly.
Fifty Lots for FaJe.
HANDSOMELY
located ou Morgan. Fulton,
and Franklin Streets, ron'inu d. One-fifth
payable in cash or in approved muterial$ or labor
for budding, and the remainder in payments of
one, two, three^ and four years wiUi tetijer cent,
interest-
W A NTED—A first rite saddle horee, or lnorte
and buggy.
Appff fo x\ M. VS 11 Ll\"Ms'
Corner of Second and High Sliects
•ceived, and for sale by the undersign-
ed, in the City of Keokuk, a great variety of!
St. l^ouia and Cincinnati Stoves, among winch
may be found the fine new patented GOLPKS
Stove. The GOLDEN
HAIH',
A S I
Ifos. XM and 14# BCaia street^
St. Louis.
rOMEIiOY, BENIwVll*
lMI'W«ll.n
AM1 I'./LKKS OK
FOKKK.W A. DO.MKS VlCi
U Y (. t) o 1)7:
l,a*e
the
SAWS-Just
The or i
THE WI ST, Tlie CHAI LK .I.K PKEKLMLNI L, l"he
Improved Cincinnati PHI MU MS, DOUBLK OTKN,
Ac and all the latest styles of PARLOR and
HEATIM. STOVES, all of which tnay be found at
otir Wholesale Stove Depot, No. 11, Main Street,
near the Levee, and at' ouf old stands No. h.\
Main Street, The ubove Nio?es have been
lected expressly for this Market, and we Hattcr
Louis.
Remember the Numbers, 11 and 65 Stain St.
We have also a large assortment of Tin Ware/1
gJt IIP by 'he lest workmen which we offer to
sell at a very HIIUII advance onco*t,alao, a great
variety of Sugar Kettles, Hollow Waie. Ac., etc.
Give u- a call and not oalj^ s.vx mom V,
bu i a
vest it right,
4
'J.
Arc i.ow rect-ivirg Ibe largest and tn -t
A a i v e S o k
Tilat was ev er
OROKillT TO Tlt»S MARKET I
WI.K-h we Sprite ihe attchtioft ol
Country Mercliails.
B- In. •'.•ferjiiine i.
A S S Y S E
((hereby saving the expense of Sol
ba4 d»Hs,) we only ask
In •a.et,
kcfilifi
A S it i Y E It s
l'» exainiiie our
GOODS AND PKICKS,
ouvuiced ul ihe CUT thai they cau save
from
To be
On
TEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT.
their purchase* by in donf^tht tr ae^t^MM'
FROM OUR STOCK
inch3Gw2m PDMEBOY, BERTOH, ft CO.
c. A o
MAIN ST., BIN U».,» N WATER & FIUST
k o k i K, IOWA.
Wl»»l*»s«ile Dealers in Dry (»oody,
llurdware, Hoofs, Shoe^, &c.,
11 AVIM, It 1.( 1 V l.l ot
Spring and Summer Ntocfc,
We invite the attention of Country Dealer#.
Among other things, wv lu»*e a la, a«s0rt
nient of all approved gr.-des of
CO I H.S and SA I INETS
Red, bite. **l!o w, Tw illed aj^d ^lain
a o n e I s
A great variety and all quahiies of ptain amf
A large stork of all kinds of
Nations
A well asorfed and extensive s.tock 6*"
i O O S & S O E
A large slock of PJtlN fS and an extensive
slock of
I rotton Pants' Stuffs.
Keokuk, Aj-nl n, itof.
M«cU3,,
w
jy
Justice of Peace.
rpiIE tTNI)ERS1GNED would inform hfs
A Irieuds in (lie country, that his office U oil
Mam, between 2d and 3d sheet*. Keokuk Iowa,
over the Harness store. He will attend'to the
collecting of all accounts entrusted to hi* care
with promptness. Accounls sent by mail,"frost
I paid, will receive attention, and the money re
turned as ordered.
EDWARD COLE.
Mirth 2,18&5-~dAwti
Tabt« frBtlerjr.
TL ST received by steamer Gossamer a largest
a- "or,II
p"!
Erglish Table Cutlery whlnh we
»mr at reduced prices.
85
5
BALDW,I EVAN8 e0
A W I N E V A N S & O i
.i si ,.A K us
Hardware and Cutlery,
CO KM OK FOt.'KTU A II ,^1 A I v,Tf
KLUKl'K, IOWA!*
Ahud
RE now receiving aud opening the largest
most complete asaortment of goods in their
line ever ottered lor sale in any house in Iowa
,. y
facilities. f»r purchasing on
the mo,t favorabfe terms are determined fc
keep at all times as lull a stock, aid to sell as
low as any house either in Keokuk or St Louis
Country merchants v.si'ing Keokuk for the par
pose ol laying their supplies, are respectfully ».
lid ted to call and examine Ihe stock and prices.
received a large stock of circular,
inuley, nash and cross cut Saws, which Mta
we
... Saws, which
will warrant and sell at Sr Louts pi ices
BALDWIN, EVANS & C0l
HOE8—Juat
received a 1 rfe supply of ha«tH-
ed and Carolina Hoes, and for sale at re
by BAI.DW'IN, EVANS & CO.
SCYTUES—Just
received
a
ACirralarsi/es
HARRISON.1GRIND
Saws.
SMALL lot o
AMERICAN
Lirge just received br
J! A LD WIN, fc VANS A CO.
March 13, IKa.i.
/JOLTS' RE\ OLVER3^.A MBIK lot jest rs*
V ceived and for sale by
BALDWIN,
and lable Spoon*, put received ami for saie
low by BALDWIN, EVANS A CO.
\V7"OOD SCREWS—Over l,0H) gross assorted
Tf size* of the best gimblet points in store
and for «ate low by
SAW
BALDWIN, EVANS fc CO.
MANpRlLS—A large assortment fof"
Circular saws, just rereired and for sale. Io#
by BALDWIN, EVANS fc CO.
Wooden Ware.
•y fZ Dozen 2 boijeJ Ouckett,
v 40 do S ilo
96 nests tubs three eath
4A do do 6 !o
do cevere buckets
40 do do boxes
SO do bale Mo
10 do wooden bowl*
I* dozbbl coveis
20 box«* pateni cJOtt
90 do ci mra a do
SO on wire selves
do twine wheels
Just received and for suit i*jr
Thws.j KICK 4k
'DM MOI\E«m tMUATliil A»l RAiL
Ho.tn cmiPAMf.
OTIC K —A call ot Five per cent.
upon the unpai 1 Stock of the Des
Moines Navigilion »nd Hstiroad om-1
|iaoy u'i) tt.is Uy iiinle y e Board of uimmp,
payable at the Trmsurer'* ottice, lb, \VlHaa» St
root.
Sew Vork. foljowi Uui per cnt. on the
N
A
tna
ourselves that we cau oiler greater indutfeinent- A. HTCWT, Trea»*f#r«
to purchasets, than any oilier house north^f St.
1
J. Vj, E-STI'iS.
j,r,j two per cent on tfae tt dayof
two |e# cent, ou the Ut day »f June aeyt
..-DatedFeb. nth, 185*. marckiewtf
J. II. 110LKSE3,
Hi
TTew Boot and Shoe MauufBOtamMr,,
i I n s e e i u e a o Ayt*
store, is an experienced wor
xsilt -AI. tile be»t_and |«e«lca|
can be col up in K
i I
large supply
e
gras», gram and bu«h Scythe*.
BALD WIN, E V A N'S & CO.
EVANShca.
STONES—A smali lotofthe NOVA
SCOTIA just received and for sale by
A V I N E V A N S O
TABLE cuTLERY-Just
ceived a beautiful assortment to which w®
invite attention. BALDWIN, EYANS FC CO.
HAN
I) AND PANEL SAWS-A small lot of
our OWB importation, pist receivel and foi
sale low by .BALDWIN, EVANS fc CO.
SPOONS—Avery
large stock of brittania tea
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