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AREHollowi
may 8 'Md
a i i
li PvUtibtd E*trj Morning
By J. B. HOWELL & CO.
TERMS:
Fivi pair ah* Pf.r Ah^vm. in A 'nt-• r.
Tin Cknti I'm Wiek, payable to the Carrier.]
fyA Ivertisements inserted oft favorab»e terms,j
•''jg:
1
".!
ACKNOWLI.UGKMK.\r
Or ():Bfe corner Maine!.!
over Citv «k Store.
March II, 18"5. dGjn
1
B««U. ap« bii.1 NoI1«D*,
,V„. il. .V S TH E T,
Bo#?h side, between inr ar,. Kmrth
ma* 18 *54
SSIS?
(o%isro( k A\I kkotuks, i
I.JI ICCf-ij. ul !-!, lot 'f
»ich assuror Kettles, 1 a
Kettles, D'C an I Sal Iron«,Ae.. &c.
Main, betweer. 3rd & 4»h Streets,
KEOKIK, IOWA.
Wm K.u w a s V\', K. Tv'ftft a
EDWARDS & TURNER,
Attormys aud Counsellors at Law.
REAL KSTATK AND INSURANCE
AttKNTM,
fJ^Offlce If "Conceit Hail" b'lilJinr
(Jun« l, '6*]il lEOBt B. IOWA.
YMOS. W.CLAOrT?. »tO. .UU
CLAOETT nifos,
ATTORNEYS
a unskli.ors A LAW,
Mun St»«et,between Ttirrd sa Fourth
Keokuk, Tuva.
Fesbruary I a, JSftl. 41f
iamHAniM -*©s*rH BAMILI..
A. J. HAMULI-..
WHOLESALE
COMMISSION AN') FORWARDING Mt'R
HANTS, Ko.ai Levee, wiree doors below Lojust
tract, IT. LOCIS, Mo. March 14, l6$o. 4 ,j
DR. E C. FRASClft.
u\0™
praerally, th*t, until further nofi-e b- river
Btnv be fo'jod at the office of Dr. J. F. Sax"i i
Marrh 31.
WILLIAM W. BELKNAP
A O N i v A A W
KOTARV IIRLIC. A\D IWhL'RAKCE AG**T
V I I
and .o itiou^
take*., »i-4 «i! Uoi .aerm
Cts -»f a NvT*f.v Pv i- pr-ii- r.'U'
Fre, Inland, Martue, at^i L:i« Ins
iriai in substaa iai CoKipa'ika issued sj i
cation.
s
HORACE H. AYRES,
XTT-HOLKSALK AND RETAIL lRUGGi£T,Maili
VV «»-*t.t.etween Second *t»d Tuird, ^eokuk,
o *f ®1 ii Mort Af
Aprii 1», l&40.-a^w
D. A! JANUARY S CO
115, SH-Mnt! S'Tftt,
ST LOUB,
Wholesale Grocery
Sept. 22, '64.
T.iTtftn & Co.,
FirwardinE mi'i i uinrulvsioii )!rirhaols,
N*. ron'1 tr*r, M. Idlil.
Ar«n'» for the sale o!
Htlmelt,
L'iuisvi'je Hy-
dranlic Oroent, Calcined I latter, and Lime.
PartiCJ-Ur aMenUon paid tt the sa'e of
^eoo, ftnd Lird. rrr•
i
JAMES B7BRUCE.
W A I A I A l- K A I- K I S
reKEIUl A^D DOMESTIC »Wf OOOD*.
Qeliitug. BooU ^ars, HaU. I aps, BjUUiU, Trim
inms*. if
*0. 86. MAIN STREET, KEOKTJi:, IOWA.
Feb. 7th.
II IK Woodward,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Dl.Al.nB IK
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
KEOKUK, IOWA.
PENKSYLVANIX FOUNDRY,
Mam and Etghu street*. K^ok-.k, L-wa.'
Wlckeith»«l It,
Maeufarturers of Steam Enaines and Mill Ma
chinerv.. ^ener jL as-orune:,t of Cavi'ir
adapted fo «he wants of the cu-JOtry, con-u:.t
ly an bst4. jal-lv
c||A
0
^DLjjj,^
A
'BELtreivntu
FKIO: at the "Liri.i utn-e." M*m street, IK
tween nrs: aud secocd,Kcokui.-fowa
fab. as, »«a. -tr
Al. STAFI -iRP
STAFFORD &
W O E S A E
A
xn
COMVtllSIO% MKRCIIA^T*.
Second doo: utune th' Cortier of B.ondeau,
WATER PTBKt r, HE kl'E. »WA.
March H, is.. d'l
LLOT9 9. SIMP^OW,
ATTORNEY
AT LAW—office in the
Post Office building, on Johnson street, bu
twaen 2d and 3d.
Keokuk, Feb. 13, 1^!tf'.
SOB V ET HAINSft.
A I E
Office in Graham's Buiidmg",
HKOklk,
Designs and Drawings fer all kinds-».
of Buihling* also estimates andspecifi-|
cations.
Kc,k'ik,F-b.a-:i, IBr-5. dlia
#0»^^ w. ftANKlN, HMCIt K. MILLER
KAMtlt It MILLEIt.
attorneys A la w, kkokvk, ioWA.
Office over
Parson?
Bank, corner ofJMain and
Second strevts. dec*2S
July 22 ol—d ly RED 1'ADLfHfK.
JOHN BOBB, or ESZNBtr&aB,
A1 cot TA- T.
iFFICE with Mr. Hougbton, at Concer
0'
Hall.
March 29, l«55,d2m.
KEOKUK, IOWA.
April 26 n4-d
CLOVZSH HOUSE
cTo
D. W.
B. B. & (0
Real
KsiaUt
o
I'.frwnrdins fununsson V,m inr:?t.
uj:m-EALan.l
*stkam ihmt
A "Sl LH.\LKi.* I*
Boat Stores & (iroccrie-.
sr.\K .r*C££T DEPOT,
d».f
rii 1
Brokers
P. I-
call.
Sa'e
Apn: i
GKOCKRS, TF.A DEALERS i
1
.k.
8. W. fc H- TVCKKR, PuTclMser* will confer a mutual fsvor by call
IMFOBTERS AVD WHOLK1ALK DKALKKS IN ir at our teUblishiuent before buying else
Hardware and Cutlery, where.
Cortier of M.».n ni S- .ond S rp.t., Sign of tbej Physicians p'escriptions carefully put up.
EDWARDS & TURNER,
ILL procure Lanu WARRANTS under thi
law ol IH5r».
Office in Concert Hall building.
d3m
DR. J. llAISES,
OTFICE AT HIS RESIDENT*.
IB BImhIi&q SlrtfL onf Hour Went of Secoid,
V E
Corner of Walnut and Second Streets,
MCSJATISE, IOWA.
Office of the Tipfon, Marion, Dareoport
ana Oakaloosa Stage Lines.
March 22, 1855.
YEARS in both Hemispheres: or
Reminiscences of tbe Life of a former Mer
chant. By Vincent Nolle.
piFTV
GRAHAM St CAVE,
Oct. n. '54. ad Hfrefct.
»I|S Patntiag.
IFTHON^tn want of signsorwwvltin'' Paw
CV Paihtijuo oa(ia*tMtito.can have it doii^m
lutlt style, by applying to the Sa*b Factory
1855.
KCO ..I K.
umm &
MILLS
and A li*
uoiiccrs,
AVf
P' "i
iffereti'
to sell
iircK. w i. t«, OA*»ti
BRCCI': '& l)AMl:i-S.
i v \i Hf
Graeerlts, Provisions and Produn
No. SO, lain, brt. Ttiirtl and foartfa StwU,
KEOKt K, IOWA. iiAw
vt \iui ii
x* c* .-v »•_» *9* *or 8t. i.««U.
**rlh »de Main St., b'lwtn 2d av.7 d,. M'KlCi:, Ca}.»ain L-nov Dodgk.
KEOHl K, U»WA. i l^ave* T)«vft.|jiort arwi »ck every Mon.
eon9«»t»tv for a U' t-e of: l!r ami Friday Veiling# for Keo.
kwk. RfUiriiiue, |eare« Kpr-kisk twery Tuesday,
V V city,—
mvit to
WHOLESALE GXiOCEXt, T"wST't*•
fKALt'R IN*
FOFEIGIT WjKEB AND LIQUORS
^r vtvfriirrufii DT'Al.T.'KtKTts or""
!J -it i L-. :r. K.tlifiViJ Whiskey,
KO. HI, SECOND BliiEJET,
St. X«oui8( Mo.
Ji, -34.
tpiiE unders g"ne\i having had sevr.il
A rxp»rience i i p'stiny or, Warren
'.V.wH2i
Fire Proof Hoofing.
year«
ctlebrated
(^omp'/sitton »ravt*l Hoof*, is prei'ar»d to fill all
'"dets in Keokrik fn surrsundir country on
tiie tborle«t p-^SMe no4it-e. O.d jofs retired
and secor.d costing !o»e to order.
CKargea moderate and w rk wartsnted.
AM KNfCJTT.
A r. 3 1- i!3.:i
A. Ml A W,
A I K O E I
Je Main, betttrtn 7
th 4* hth tfs,
:»d"i of fresh And cheap Groceries an
Keeps k
1'. vi I
K-, k ,k. 1 v
l^fplal \otirf,
Er. J. E. RICKEY. Surgeon Dentist.
H-itrirp r.'-t-a-.ed from the Ea*», wi:i
•ry..^. '.e ip| y -.v.ut on' -Ins friends.—
.1 llavins a r.e *»f Teeth, fro-n
titt, rim. pi. a«e
•unted on either
oved method,
'n r. s
s: -T
tl
II- i- j!
•,
l' tuU
fvref J
fUXK
Md :i a i t! 3
,ily
A Card.
ee'injr.\ery tharsfcf lor tlTe
I e oag^hemr-lwre r»
I take lb# liberty
lonvft e p-the to tbe eictemin
WATTIIES AND JEWKI.P.Y,
of ever? de»"*r:-p'Jtia.-e now wn hand, which
I am e ih!e i II I,?vyer titan St. f»onis prices.
Al i. b'H' [/ilt.,
n
K oi.'
p. r. Mn.t.*
MILLER
3. M'tCM
McCUSE,
O E S
a practical watrhmaker for
wat^he*. !eft in n»v care.
JULE G'EISER.
1 ."5.
Judicial District of I wa and u».l also practice
in Inn kitirunta I oust nl fhu Wf .id
in the Supreme Court of the Stite.
Ft. Madistm, Feb, I7 b, lSji. dtf
The dik of 1hf Snison lias Arrival.
rnilE MAY FLOWER, from the p^ri of Mrs.
1 llarnrt Heecher St"w»», no be loiir nn the
counter of Messrs. GRAliAM '&•"CAVE.
May 1,1«.V.
CITY DHl'C STORK*
Borrawi Blork. Main Strtft, Keokuk
1 J, & J. G. STEWART are now receipt
of a vtiv r_- and c-re'ully selecteil stock of
DR. .!• f». TEW ART'S office and consuming
Room in the Dru^ Siore.
rftO»-Kk«l'»KAt. rnrerr net s
T, O. Edward?, M. D., Ohio Medical College.
.J. Cobb,
John L-cke,
44 4i
May I Hi.) d&w
Horses for Uncle Sam.
THE
underpinned w ill pay cat-h for
thirty or forty good ynung hor«fs
for the use of the government of the Uni-
mi ihcui uifti'iriumt hi t'liii'T tin" ».«
ted Slates. He will be found always on hand af
the While House or the W'l.i'e S'«bl.» on John
son Street. G. M. MARSHAL.
Keokuk, Feb. 22,1855. dtl
C«siis|i aad PaatsljMrki.
J^RAP T)' Etey, Casimeres,Tweed*. Doeskins.
and Crape Cnatings, Tw illed atid Plain Dui
dee I.»nens. b'esclied linen drill, cord and duck.
3
April 23. l^'ij.
~. CABINET SHOP
A*D rt HMTI RF WABI UMM*,
the corner of Set "id and Main S'reefs,
krokaK, l«u 11.
On
rp|
HE" "nndersigned manufactures all
kinds of Furniture, arot k* eps it on
ban l«r wholksaie AS'r urtaii. af ZJHf*.
prices (hat c:iir*ot tail to *ait ibe purcoaiiei..^
His furniture i.-i IT ide of fin best of materials,
and be can w»ak 'o order on the shortest notice.
Gve us a call before buying ®l**where.
Remember coiner Maiu and Second Sis.
F. KRIEG.
lfaifb'l liU
antipii JU aHiP«
K F:r.)!Tl' K A N I) i.'.-i K IS!. A XD
I AILKOAD KAIL LINE ETEAKEK3.
i. Tw FAST *TI AMI K.
J. Kee and Ben Campbell,
i« m^kinir Daily trips, C'm eeiihj at Ro. ft
I 1 md with lhe Cir* for the Ea**, and with the
Mi"l Packet* for Gdena and Saint Paul,
jr,d at Keokuk with the Great Mail Line Seam*
Jrannle Dea»t. VOaiemrr, Keokak aad Die Var-
Th"ra.lay and Si?«ir»)av' Kveniiics.
REN A MPBKLL, Cat^uiti H. F. B*iwt KTT
Lenvet I)4i»»ti[)ort «d H^ck I -land every Tuea
day. Thursday and Soturdny Ever.Uig*. Returti
it if, leaves K- okt k every Wednesday, Friday
acd Sunday F.yenit-ffs.
F«b Fruoiit or PAflSAOr, mqi^r# en Board,
or of T. HEAI 1?T, A^vt.
March, April 3 dif. Uf jkuk.
18.15. Ih55.
6X. LOUIS ASD LJ-GK'JK JJAlt I1H£ •.
S:£AMbH8.
oi i-'e irnfr4 will make re^i
ujiiul ihnuigh,)ut the sea
riof, cor.nec'i isj at Keokuk with the regular daily
n ad icke'e to Rock 1st. »m, Gaiksa n«I M.
I ai:i.. runfiinp ifVco?ineclion with tl»e Railroads
Chiraa' fci,.i the easd.
Tl«» luie at prem*nt composed of the steam- i
e s I)iii V uses, WtKTEam
M.ddrum. M..diiou, Iod
»iis, Mo S. Mitchell
L:d
I feel ronfidenl of giving sat- »jfVr /'{"r
3 U. BCCK
& BECK.
ltt«raejs at Law and Solicitors fu
Chanffrj.
A'jtntH for the invxij-i!i n of Land Titles
and fhe purchase and sal? af Ileal Estate.
\IT ILL herraiter practice in aod regularly al
ii lend the District Courts of Keokuk and Ft.
Mad for., and of the otiier counties of ihe Fi^st
a
Drugs, M'dicines and Ciieuneals, Patent Medi
c»»e*, Popular Remedies, Medicinal Liquors,
P^iut*, Oil*, Dye S ott', Perlumery. and every
variety of fancy articles usually found in flie
best establishments of the kind. Every artkh
S warranted pure and genuine. j-
t,ttU
Brown and Buff Coating and window shade I in- li. onntr atid Funushir E-tabli- huient, a choice
ens,
choice assortment received anil now open. *nd excellent supply of
P. D. F0S1ER.
K E O K U K I O W A O N A Y A Y 2 i 1 8 V
R,
rr^stSYLVA^IA RAILROAD. i
*1' HE it w i.' iia "'i. 'he A
hfil e.'i' a .*ii V\ ^-irrri, N"i tiiWeatern i
sad western S*a*es, by a coritinuous Rail- I
Way diiTt. This road al*o connects at Pitts-
I b»'2 with Hai!y line of S'e inters to ail n^ris oh
the Western Rivers, md at eveland and Ntn
dusky wirh S'eamers to all po ts en the Nutli
wtsvm L.ke makiug the nio*» rffrer/, ehtvprst
and reliable route by which FREIGHT can be
forwarded to and from tHe 6'reaf ll'ttt.
eArt s BtTWKtv PHII tPetrtM A a*.t. PiTT?»0*a
FiP'T Ct ass —Boots, Shoe*, i
Dry (Joods,(in box»s) Furs 75c. per 100 b.
JV^tban*. Ate
2 Ci ASS.-Books and S'ation- i
ery, iJry Good« ^io bale*). 60 r.
Hardwire, Lea'hcr, Wool, 5
3d CI.A«S.—Armiv Bagrinir,
Rsicoii and Pork (in bu!k). 50 c.
Hemp. Stc
a i u.proved metiii,
i y best Detitiiis.
u: ». Blo-k Teeth, or
i ji'a ina vhtn
hating to the dif
s set* «n id fur
.-!! vrork warrat'e.j.
4'h fi.ASS. Coffee, Fish, lit i
eo-. and P.-.!k (packed,1 Lar 40 c. per ]V b.
and La Oil,
£5TI» ViiTf'1ng Go' ds froul anv point East oi
Pl.i.ad»*lphi'i. t» particular lo mark p4"ka e "tw
Pf tuny lantu fx'ttinwd Ail Good* consigned
t'.e A^erit.* of '.Im« Road at Philadelphia or
Pitubti-g. will be f.jrward^d wi-hoot rfet»»T)'ion.
Fit.u ht A r.\'T».—Po»ter. s'on
Matlw'^Kol^ i
on*, I*, t-hiirj- Spri£man Browu. Cincinna
0 i i i S o o n e a o u i e v K y
Km)
&.
II. H. HOUSTON.
General F«»-ijitt A-•!.«. Ph.^delpbia.
H. .1. LOMB \F,iIT. Sop't, AUooua, Pa.
1. ly
rm*\*.I i.v\w»s 4ff »»««f*
I
Udetphia and Pi-t«mrg YHE .M iRNI.Ni
ar .. 'u A. M.. and Pitf-bure tor Philadelphia at
Ufi:
A. II. THE FAST LINF le.ne Phi?«.tpbia
fi'i Pitthur« at 1 P. AL.aod FJttt«^org for Ptiil i
de'phia af 1 P.-Mr~ TtlE Nttltl^ fT'XPRR^j
TRAIN le iv»'«. Phila !e!phia fcr Pittsburg at II,
P. M., and Pilt-burg for Philadi i[ hiaat 10 P. M.
Tile above line* connect af Prl'uburg with
Railroads TO ASP raoM St. Louis. Mo. Alton,
Gab't a f?id jlfiicae:o, I?k. Frai.kford, Lexir gfon
'»nl Lc«iitiHe, Ky.j Terre Haut«. Madi'soi,. L:»
fayelte.an Indianapolis, Ind Cincinnati. Da\
ten.Spritigfi Id, Belleforitaine, Sanuoskv, Toledo
Cleveland, Columbu*. Zmesviile, Mis».illoii ami
Wooster Ohio uso, with the Steam Packet Boat*
bom and to NEW ORLEANS. ST. Loins. Lotus-
vfI
,,
Cisc
Through Ti kets can be had to or from either
of the above place"
J. MESKI.MEN,
At ent. Passenger Lines. Pittsburg.
Feb. I. Is5,". ly
N. \V.
Success to IV Si u't ftand.
or further pdrttcuUr9} Hand-bills at the" r^n, and Hend'rfon, and the .ir iahins villages
different suiting points. Pas-sengers from the
0
«est will tmd thi« the shortest and most exnedt- j^c. &c.
tiou* routeto Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York
oi Bos'on. Ike r«/v dtrert RvMe aefttren Uruengo,
THOS. MOORE.
AGKXT, Passenger Lir^.Philadelphia.
KEOKUK, IOWA lour days
V v e
9
^feS*..tcck of Gobi ,,d Silver Watch l1®
Sural*. Silver Thimbles, Gobi Slides, Snap
Studs, Gold Pens with or without holders, Gold
Pencil*, Pen" and iVncils
WATCH REPAIRING.
w
,9'
and tt,wa 8 w br
KEOKUK. IOWA.
AVE just received, at their Fashionable Ta l-
i &%Trand^L^
AprU S, 1855. dly
I VI!** lOl»E
1855. COHNER or JUIINSOX A ND FU:
i
fcOOvl UuU'fl.
1
ARE
JgANNrr. DKANS,
•hh3 Kr.' li'.'li. whose narnes alone are a suiiicient
lar.nttv «f th*ir speed and acccintnod*-tiens
M:rch 5,1 ¥55. d9
1
nr
„,.
STS.
EV
irle«
€ii
Tin:
Hutiik IN.
tttd*-r-it*-.I
tali*-* i-i an-
tiouDcIng thai he ha» lakrii Hits very
popular lloFi»r nod made a co renovation
throt chout the #»«tin* premise*. Hp is now pre-
jiared to rerrive the patronage of the and Va,e^ 1)ir
!»«ii#veii he ran me«t Ibe wattl# »f *H wl»» f01"' .w
U* hopes, by a close appU-a'ior. to the h,.*)- f,ve"
reas and a'tei.tion fhe r, any warts of the
travelier, to merit aiid obtain a *hare of patron
a e?
(ty Baggage taken t6 and from boat* fre^
chaise. CHAS. G. BUNNELL.
April f, l^f). dtf.
51EW GOOD*.
5 t«»* Kntlioh straw Bor.nata,
1 case a»*orted Pbi»*&1i
u dot Geut'a H«li Huae,asrOrte4.
6u dot I vlieg hsu, do
JO pietes Betake
60 [taira La tri Undar-sleeres.
6 pieces popim
!bi inrcca ilotled tvrtssi
dni sitorte 1 colored Kid Gloves
pie. eg jh^di*.
ittsl itte veu.by H- D. WOOD JPAKD.
ftiay IS '64—dfcw
MAKXT, OW. II fltAKE, WM. MffXIVG,
Boston. m. Lm i#. St. Louis.
UAKTTY, DRAKE k CO
WHOLESALE UEALKHft l!«
0 O S A N S O E S 0
No. IT4 Mai S"f• et.
for the sp in# trade.
March 6, 1855. 2md
ri
per 100!b.
at'd
of
i)efore buying elsewhere, as they ulli fi:.d many
k styles not usu-lly k"Pt in this market.
bon, Lvans»»Ue,, April 23, 1.^5.
1
DRESS
GOODS.— A large and varied stock of
Silk Tissues, Satin striped, figured and
plain, Bnreges, Lingartdlas, Coup D' E'at*, Ty
roleans, French Jaconets and Brilliant*, Liwns,
ic., just received bv P. D. F'JSTER.
April 23, Wjt.
SAVI THE PIKCE*.
JIODOSOX'S Diamond Cement will atirkthem
together sothat ihey wi! i sta bbi) no mutake
,KS',i
and gel a bottle. oily 14 iia.wj
Call at A VKES', corner of Third and Mai'n StreeH,
CHICAGO A !MD CIRMX.TOI
i \u
(Peoria & Otjuiwka, Central Military
Tract fc Chicagn, Burlington
A: Quiney K.iilroailii,)
IS
nhw comple'ed, and Trains run theentite
distance from CHICAGO to BURLING
TON, Iowa, without change of cars.
This Route panes brought he loveliest coun
try in Illinois, acknowledged the Garden of the
West, the cowrries of Cook, l)u Pair", Kendal,
fe Kalb. La Salle, Bute u, Hcnrv. Knox. War-
Mendota. Princeton^ Gaiesburg, M^ntnoulh,
n
und Iurlin$fn, Kco'.uk, Oquawka,
Wajtflh, Ml. Pleasuut, Fairfield,
Ottumwa, Oskalooia, Kddyvillet
Dealer in (locks Matrlies and Jewelry, as ciasgow. Brunswick, no and main
fct'CO.D MREfT Lexington, horl Leavenworth. W »ston, Indepen-1
(N-xtdoor tot-'.^ie- l-:.u..'Hanking House, i
S'«
The subscriber being a practical watchmaker,
feels competent tft repair Hie most difficult and ..
delicate work thaM may be e!itru e.i to his care. Trains, will be 0(111 iblishe,,.
...
Ve»tings, and Ce tlwncn's Furnishing Goods of 9\ M\IV iiKI T, KI'Dhlh.
jail descriptions, and guarantee thai their wik *c
shall be riLue In the most approved and sutisfac 1^1
I'roadcloth*,
Cassinit res,
V"?
time,
a a n u u o n n e a u i n o n w i e a k-
l'f
e«, 1. id Jew e.i y &c.,comprisingth« lat.*t styles ,Pack,,t Lvmvtny, feach-ng kdokuk in a few
Of L..d:tv Breast Pins, Ear Kints, Finger Rin•«.
All woik wan anted to five sa.i,|uet»on. I HAMMOND, Superintendent.
Correct Time Apiil21,l«o% d&wly
The public m-y rest i!.-ned that the correct Morning Glory feopy.
kf»'ltbL
N.
Nov.2MS'i4. «ijd
W.
JONES,
J. HUT" IllNfos. jas.
Merchant Tailors,
Third ku'ti:!, bctua n Mum aid Johnson,
i
U"'I
1! 1 !a .»I{ liia ra.hions, and ra-j vucv awn vtvitrv nnnni
spwirully solicit all who desire good work and
tbie best material to tive them a call.
HU ICHINSON & DEWEY.
j. w. scjt0(i(»s'
LUirKU YAUD, KF.OKUK,
,0
ST. LOUIS, MO.
10::rriagc Painting and Trimming.
fJIHE UHdersigned having
stc.ry o'tlie Plow and Wagon Factory f.Maiti
A|*ril
T. t.
per Minneso'a, and territory of Nebraska.
All orders in future w^il he ad.lr'-^ed to
McKENNY 4 RUNNER."
Dec. r., 1^:1. dlf
r*D(ii,r rtt'
April 7, 1855. dlmJk. vlv.
p- ni a ^P'^'y
i*. ,71iT:S
i(tw the
^'1"
I Stock of
Spring -..mi Summer tioo -a tiicb tbe at
tei'tion of buyers is respectfully asked
clas*
of
The Goods have been selected with special county, Illinois. Coi si-tii of lots No. 3, 4. 5,
ref« rence to th-city retail trade, aid will be sobfj and 6, in Block S, upon which there is a commo
low as the rarne clasa of goods be bought dious two stoiy frnme Hotel and a large s ibstan-
8°odscan
bf bou 1
fS.
1
KH\!I LINL
JUSTrtceived
THB
I\irl Dei Muiues, and Coun
cil Muff's, Iowa.
The traveler, by takinjr H^amboit at Burling- T-* f"\ f\-"V A \J CQA\ 4
ton for H-umi^al, Mo., and thence by stage to s *1 ilj.HLik?vyi\ CV
so,ne ,hreft
and ai* dolUrs in expense, will
c-leb-ated R«-ok-^ and St. Louis
,'WU!i' a,"d d«.V-
Cut! Pin-. Gold Guard and Fob CI,sins, K^'s, 'd-,ly» connectt with all the Eastern
i iraiiis at Chicago.
'1 lie attention of the Western public is most
respectfully requested to the claims this Brute
presents as a thoroughfare from the Mississippi
.Trams leave,:
East.
Tbe Time-Table for the season, announett^
\\TOOD SCREWS—Over l.QpO pros* assorted wants of the West,
if size* of the best gimblet points in store
utid for sale low by
BALDWIN, "EVAN^^ CO.
185t« 1899
Kpriii and Miiiumrr Trade.
V K S
Hhosesale Dealer in Dry (^ods,
J,'} °f
Verj'
ly and
comI'leU
FOREH.N AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS.
FASCY AND VARIETY 0000S,
YAWKKF. NOTloMi,
IM»OT8* SHott,
(AWiOAP^y*
Ai'., *C.
To which he invifas the attention of merchants
visiting this city for supplies, as he can offer
On Cnne. rt gtreet, between 4th and ftth strcftB, them «ucb inducements that.they will find it high
norlh ol M.iui stie»-t. A Jaige assorfnient of ly »dvantagenti« to give his *t#»ck aa*e*amtna- .iulu viSflk-N f,
Lumber and Slunilft,, of jbett ^ntlity, always on ion befoie buying el*ewbete. jUOiOi. hUsler Parl|, *a m»e«fder
dAvitr... IntU.I.
w
•sf
A° 74.
Oiliiiiin a Il#u^e.
M'iftM.O i: u HtY. IOWA.
Fllfc Hlid^t»ig44»»d havtltg receipti y pijr.
the a'xi*e H^uxfr, would rra^ect-
I'iform the travHutfrcummttMity atrd
'.die ifenerally t'iat ho hast fi'ted and-:
,e ,u.».c jrenerawy r.« lie r. :m an^|
11
8'
r'.'
1
ill us ui:V\oi lis,
VPholcsalc aud Retail ZJrugftst,
now receivinea cocnplete^tock. suitable S Mtchantc'x Block, JCorth Huit of Main St.,
KEOKUK, IOWA.
HAVING
made arrangements for a
i
m«rtent t'iines« in tf.e above llri^, I
n11w ir*rifie to theri'v «»-d rro'itr}* tra ir
lie Second I '•"'i ar. wc\\ s. '.-r'e «to k
Dr"**- »edit-liie«.
and 12th'Streets) designs carrying en the Car-I U.wsbea, Gla*.w«re aad Wiadl#w
riage Pdintine Buii,es9 iu all its branches. I .. „. A
He is coi,f,d ,,t that he can give entire satiafac-
U
tion and hope, to cerit and receive a share i £wc#, *»d fn'{
a'r oaee.
IU. JS5'- d3ia
"KfN'NY. RITMKKIU
Tlrlit nny & Runner
IT AVE this d«y ^ssocia'ed thein^eivi-% together
II ior the tranujeuon of the Drug business in
a'l its brar ches. They expect to keep on hand
a generai and w"!1 selected assorlment of Pure
Largest Stock in St* Louis!
cortsi of t:,e uio-t v ai ie I ari^i tn e|,t of
AMLKK A\ AM) FOREICiX
Staple anD JTancn
jti: aooits
For sale by Ihe piece or package, at
Boston and New York Friers,
fORCA'H 9K ON APrROVEO CREDIT.
For richness, variety, and adaptation to tbe
n !ri
Of ST OCX IS
and we respect!ul!v solicit the attention of the
American aud Geiiuan tiude. inh2Hd&3win
BLACK MIT*.
Ashort,
NEWanpiily of bl.n k Silk Mits, long and
half lingers .and ao 6neeri,jugt
Ceivetl at FOSTER?.
July 23,'52. dtw
THE
fri.
turned as ordered.
I V,AN# CO
5P
w'in B,*"'avj'*'
.1 .. 1 ,,
,.^1 b'm with rail liur—*
conMar.i atter.tion will f« April 4.1
P5!V.
1' fif l. i r* f\».-»f la K I a S I
Connerteii wit!i th!« ff iu«e is
A Gtu-d and 6* mmodunti Si obit
Where will be kept at all times a fond supply
of Oat*, Com aid Timothy li y, aod a trust}
and etTic ent (Jstler.
tHOS G. GIVEN.
O turnwa, M.iy T, ISO./ w^lawdM
LIMBER,
AT TI1E PINE 1 L.
THE
subscribers have cointanHy on hscd
•tipply of
Dratted Fl««rlB(.
Also,Facing HuARi iaiid Fmn.xr, PI
Pn:i«t», Dye», Oil. and v»r
_»"d 'f'
CJ'
W E\RLEY ramily Otocerie^, iticluauig Spiees. leas. Fla
voring Extract*, Candie*, Soda, Salaratus, and a
variety of articles pertaining to that department
ftll which will be sold on the principle of "small
profits arid quick returns."
•[liclet, C.gars, To- &
ch"1^
»«ortment of'
Particular attention eiven to preparing pre- ,u ,,
scrip'ioris. In case* where medicines are^re- fXd ^JLn .r
quired duiit the night it t* fre^iently incor.ve- I
obv,a!^!
Dru2«, Chemieais. Perfumery, Paints, Oils, 4cc. a part of the same building occupied by my will warrant snd «ell at S'Lui* prirVg
Al so hive by this arrangement become sole store and persons deiirine medicines, may rely- B\LI)WI\* FVA\S k CO
pro. rie'ors for the manufacture and sale of H, upon procuring them at all hours, night or day,' .* 1JL.-' 1
R. Gillmore's celebrated Mama'uke Liniment without iticonvenier.ee or delay. i QPOONS—Avery large stock ofbrittanift tea
i
unrivalled Vegetable Anti-Billiou* Pills, for Druggists, merchants and others, purchasing O »nd Vftble 8p on«, i.»t received and for ssle
Mr ik
U.wa,' Illinois.Missouri, Wisconsin, i by the quanU-y. are requested to give me a call, low by BALDWIN, EVANS k. CO.
Mir»rt^vn'n ami iMrrifnrr nf Vohrntlra aa I am mttio.l anil nri i« f-ifneftMa faema
1 dious two st
many House in Iowa. tin I Barn. Aho two lots ii Harkey's addition
P'jrcf.aser* will do well to examine the stock t«, puntoo$ur, upon which there ii a a«at frame
nient to ob ain them. Thi, difficulty I have o AWS-Just received a larfe *tock of circulftr,
as I am d*terrnned to sell on as favorable term!*
•s any house in the city, O AW MANDRILS—A large tp«ortment for
April 6,1855 dly. O circular a»w*,just received and for sale low
,—: -iby BALDWIN, EVANS at co.
tjry Desirable Property on the Ipperj
Mississippi for Sale. L,™,.
TITE have for aale very low the oldest Tavern vJl by
»f stand in the town of Pontoosuc, Hancock i
5
are a two.tory frame house., I#
Real Estate Airei t,*, Keokuk, Iowa.
May 14, lS5o. diu lm
AXES: AXCft S I March 13,1
R55.
by strainer Gossamer a supply
of"HuntiM and "Vogues" celebrated Axes Woodtia Wan,
and for sale low by BALDWIN,EVANSACO.i 75 Arn«
March 13, 1855. i
City Lots for Sale.
abscriber offers for sale Lota one {!),
two {2,, three (3), four (4), five (5), and
six ("j, Block lit', in the citrof Keokuk.
Tt.rm« cash. If. H.AYRES.
April lr55. dtf
Spring ZmportatMms.
1 8 5 5.
STREET, IT.
lotiis,
Announce to the ti a !e that they have in store
and are receinng as usual the
Movpi! Stores!" Stem!!J
bu'iuv*.at it r-jtht.
comfortable lit.
Hou^f b-'ii'( Urgfi and cominodiow* he fiat'er
liirnat If that he can five p-n«ral aitisf«ctia(] jk
his eue«ta
K E S
Sidmc, and ft gearral assortineut «t dimensioa p{ti,'
atutT.
Mill and Lumber Yard at ttie foot of Second
street, Keokuk, Iowa.
HI ATT HARBINE.
C. ii iBKBK & CO.,
MA
JOLTS' REVOLVERS—A siaUU
^eived and fr sale
BALDV
cottage.
Pont: o«uc !•, a very flourishing town on the
t'pper Mississippi, with a good steamboat land
it g, and immediately upon th» line of the War- RIND STONES—A small lot of the Not A
saw and Rockt'ord Kail Road, aid will, without \J ScoTf* just received aud for sale by
doubt, continue to increase in population and BALD\t IN, EVANS 4 CO.
wealth.
We will also sell very low lot No. I in B'ock A MERICAN TABLE CUTLERY—Juat re-
in the flourishing ctty of Keokuk. This lot -^JL ceived a beautiful assortment to which w«
fronts fifty feet on theriver, immediately in front invite attention. BALDWIN, EVANS Jt CO.
of the steamboat landing. Tire improvements /"YOFr IX TRiM Vl^^1 \r
We also offer the following described rich and
desirable Farming I, indi in Clark county, Mis
souri, only five uolts from the city of Alexan
dria. South hall of south-cast quarter uitl east /T KLGS B-ston and Pittsburgh nails, all
^half of south-west quaiter of section thirty-four, O-C'J sizes from .id to 4ni|, in store srid for
tt„ Towartuji *tsry fi.e, north of range six west, aale by CLK^iHORV HARRISOII*
Containing lfiOacrts. Speculators will do well April 14, 1SS5. w
RANKIN' A MILLER, Attorneys, or'
LADIES,
1
AC.
Just ire of the Peace,
ILVDERMGNED would inform |ii»
nds in the country, that his office- is on
JVlain, between 2d and id streets, Keokuk, Iowa,
Over the Harness iitore. Ho will attend to the
'f-ollecting of all accouuts entruatfi to lint earn,
fvith prompt nens. Accounts sent by mail, po*l
liaivl, will receive attention, aud the money re--.mate •phfre ol my business. vWWbT
ebants aie respectfully invited U
EDWARD C0^«.
ut reeelv
ro
J"
jrsr received. art! for rife by the tindertig
ed, in the ("rfr of Kef k«kt a |{reat V4riet\ of
St. l.ouij aiid Cu.cHitiati Stufea, amone which
i m^y be found the jjne new pterit*d Golpin
i Era S'ove. The fin rit s Har-t, The (Ji rik
THE Wt^T, TSe Ch'A:i v(,ir Pnrrvai NfK, TVe
Imprjved Cu.finf,»ti I'KkMiujas, Our,-'
|&c ,aiija'! till latest a'ylefi of
UtAXivt
STcv.*ran
Pmuq*
ltd
of wjiirli may he ten rid at
our holesrfJe SStove I)epol. X«k. H, Mnir Htree*,
ova*1 the L**v e. and at our old *t«fid. No. 66,'
M.wo S'ree'. Th^ above SloveM hav« 0f en ae*
Iffftd exprjfSaiy lor thi* M«trka', and we flatter
•:if-«Ue*Jhat we •««MiTer e«at*r niducemeritl
i urchasfis, than ai.y oUn.*r hnuse l«orth af
St.
Remember (he N imbi-r?. 11 and 6-*) St.
We ha\e a 1 jrijr iB^O'tmer.t of Tin Ware,
(«t up by the be«t workmen vqhieh wa rff.-r t»
|,
v v
thoro.iglilvre»f.Vftted the House, and i«now pre- variety rf Su-:»r Ket!?.?*,!! llo«.v* Ware. 3tc., ate."
MUMS#.
c. r.src«.
aJ accommoUtior«a
rmftH advar.e# on ^t. also, a great
as the G«*e us a mil and not urt (act
is st., nr.'! v. i WATi.ii & ring?
i KCOKl'K, IOWA.
VVho!fi»afti 1
)oaIrrs in Drjp Good^,
Ilardwarp^iJuots^ Shoes, &c.,
"HAVIN6 KECini Oft
Sprin? nnd .Suiiiinrr ^Slock,
e it, vi'e the B'tt-ntio'i cf Ciur:*rv Dealers.
Arnfin?. 'her tim es, we have a large
a.eut of all app-oved irr-des of
CO I IIS ami SATINETS,
Red, White. Yellow. Twille.1 md Plain
1 a n 1 s
A ffr#nt variety ai.J all q'l&iuies of plain
LI N I E it
A lar^t B'fx-k rf all kinds of
\otlons
A well aaort'd arxi exiwnsiv# s'oc& «t
O O S & O E S i
A large »4©ck of PRIN fS and an ext«asi¥*
-.t 'ck of
Cotton Pants' Staffs.
Keokuk, April 11, 1H65. wly
A W I N E V A N S & O
w
11
I I sii ittirf is
Hardware and Cutlery*
ct iitn oi rotniii AMI n.\t* stiL,
Ki.oKL K, lOW^.
E now receiving and opening the largest
.and most complete assortment of good^ in their
line ever offered for sale in any bouse in Iowa
They have the be»t facilities for purchasing on
the rno'.t favorable term*, and are determined to
keep at all tunes as full a «tock, and to sell a.t
low as any house either in Keokuk or St Louis.
Country merchants visi'ing Keokuk for the pur-
ficited
PP
l° C*U
having my residence in muley, sash »nd cross cut Saw., wLieh w#
00
t»'' "T' a**•'°
iose oflayinp their supplies, are re»pectfully ao
to call and examine the stock and prices
aXlJ
*xaroJft*
fi°ck
rk
HAN
#a
-I i
PrJ__
.i..r».
Jan a# AYftKA.
I) AND PANEL SAWS—it smalf rot of
our own importation,.fust, received arid for"
|e low by
BALDWIN, EVANS Jt CO.
iot just ft?
y
VIN, EVANS & CO.
!S—Just received a smaj
lot, and for «s«h by
BALDWIN, EVANStCCf.'
Nails.
TaWaoiiery.
HISSEV & MILLS, 1 ^T cefeived by steamer Go.*samer a Urge as
«l sortinen' of Etglitiii Table Cutlery which wa
«fier al reduced prices.
BALDWIN, EVANS 4 CO.
ck,eli'
40 do
96 necta tubs three eecfc
4« do do
8 10
SO do cevere buiket#
49 do do boxes
50 do bale do
0 do *«oodaA bowia
10 dozbbl covers
to box«a patent clott
to do emm?n 4o
SO oi wirs aeives
i do twine wheels
Just received and for sale by
The*.
4*
©ES M0I.\Es\.iV|( ATfO!* A^O
ROAD CO.MCANY.
"^^WTICE —A ali of five per c«nt.
i\ upon the urnail Stock of the Ica
JUoines Navigation and !!ailroat Com.
pauy was thia (lay made by tHe Board of Dtrector*,
|iaya!'le al the Treaaurer'n ottice, I 8, William a tree
New York, as followa On* per ent, on the la
d-y of Aj.rit two jur cent, mi the let day of Man
and two per ceuu on (ha ut day «f June neat.
A. HUM', Treaaurpp*
Dated Feb. tlth, 185*. mfrchiowtf
and IlMtitry.
colored black and white Kid Gloves,
Silk, Ltslf Thread, and col'd lo., 1'wisled §l
Filet Silk Mitfs for Ladies and Misses, Black,
white and mode Silk Hose, and a laige stock ol
cotton in white, unbleached, black, seate arid
mixed, of all price* childieiPs do. white', nfifed
and fancy, verv cheap. I*. D. FOSTER,
i April 23, 1S5.J.
A S I I A S I S
The Spring Stylo lor 186tfv
AT Tltr
Mew York llAt EmporlHM.
K4, MAIS ST BETItBtH U mm* «*.
SH ELD( would respectfiilly an- rfk
nounee to the citivena of Keoknk andj^^
vicinity that he has established himself at
Keokuk, for the manuf.ii tore arid sale of Hats*
Caps, Fur* and Straw Good*, sad Will open
about Ihe l.^th of Maach a large and complete
stock of the above goods of tbe latest and moat
fashionable style. Having been connected far
a term of years with one of the largest wlwto
aale manufacturing bouses in New York will eft*
able me to sell m,v goods at a lower nfice thaw
any ht use in the trade. 1 hop* by cloae appli
cation to business and a deaire to pleeee
lie, to receiver share of their M#
supply every wahl tbat o»a«s wltMfettor
ine previests to nu viujr eUcwhere,
*»Ready Pay, t^uick Sale^ andftnaH
Cent*, ju»i urop and exasUM
atylv of Mole Skin Hals for IH5S.
1-s
'.'if,
A O. SHELOOIL StfilWv
*1" fWrfR.
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