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K E O K U K
HONUaY MOhMN'li, MAY 2S
Missouri and Kansas.
Io speaking of another matter, and by
sovereignty of the people taken from
o™ "0t
them by force and all by the hands of 25th
armed and organised bands of Missouri-
to be regarde,i
cline accepting t'ie advantages which the
sincere inclination to oppose \he matter in f,1
A!
this, but through the mouths of leading I
string that it was an act not only done I [J?tar.
a n e o e y i s s o u i a n s u a i 7
it meets the sympathy and support of the
as an act for which they are substantially i
Some ol our excli.it.are grieving
assigned the most central and conspicuous
apace in the palace,—the post of honor,
which was designed as a compliment,
have no regM to ekpress. We should
th«purp(se
i r-
W
I-
^4^
rJ,t
act was intended to confe? unon th^m-1 •"uV\*Te
Kunsas. If they will disclaim the action
*orre8Pon^*nS
way of illus'rating a point, the St. Louis tion probably both causes operated to a
Judas. .In the present attitude of things, 1 they ull expee'ed something great and fine
,we thit.k Missouri is as a community. It, i form us at the Pans hxhib.tmn, and Louis
.people of Missouri denounce their acta f^und to be bare and blank, or covered
s
nature of the matUr, and from the fact I itiical feelings. And we hope th^y will.
fLat, so far as our observation extends, It will affect only a political nutter, and a
the greater numbar of the leading and ac- political matter that we shall be very hap
ed it, broadly and heartily, and so hare he feels it, the better. American indus-
State. Aed we do tut know of one sin-j ra'.mke w ill be adnvniFtered which would
gle journ-al in the State, not excepting the
1
The fact is here: Kansas wa« overrun, Letter from McCrea.
conquered the rights, the privileges, the
,0
fBt!jer
ant. Nobody denies that—nobody doubts i ansas.Maj 8th, IOjS
it If »k„ p,... i It I
it. If the rre«, and people of M,s.so»r,
,t i ,i ojipobite party, to call some of the
of the Legislature to that end, whatever
the permanent policy of that community
n as a *roog, confessing that Slavery has
n
of the shame of such a villainous act n and the face of a womi.n. It is cap
but while thev not only refrain from doing i^a^v cut in sand stone, and atands about
0
.feet
li i cp i i g'yphics, and has carved on it, representa
or^ns and high officials, justify the act
Uons of
and glory in it, the indications are too a crocodile, faces, and other figures.—
l^e expense,
transatlantic exhibitions, or whe'h%r a dls-!atli'
least degree to the popularity of the pres.1 for
Missouri is r.o more responsible fur the shape at the London Exh.biiion the world establishment. He- thep offered to pawn
exploits of Atchison and String t'ltiw know* what we can do, and the alacrity h«s old hat for the amount, but dial was
than Chritianity is for the treachery of with which we can do it, when we choose Im Determined, how ever, to settle
a great extent respjAble for the acta of Napoleon certainly expected it, as the that *at le.tst one ariiele was a pair of
Atchison and Siringfellmv, and their ntf-1 uilottment of space demonstrates. When pants. This satisfied the landlord—the
fian tools. How great a proportiou of the the Exhibition opens, and our space is
vi i i i to srnu and redeem it shortly. After the
How large a proportion of the Press Has hy somebody else, and no American de
reprobated them We nny be mis'aken, I partment is found, the world will be as
Hut we ques'Km if the mass of positive tonished, and remembering our previous
sympathy and good will ia thut State is representation at London, they will be
not with them. We judge this from the
most liable to attribute our absence to po-
live journals either openly defend it, or: pv to see reprobated in amor
refrain from s*igm%tizing it. The JVrm trenchant manner.- If the world, so ap-1 which to th« eve' looked lskelt coii't'iinH" i
h.j spoken of it u wrong. So »r« other pK« it. Napoleon will feel it. The more j, p.ir'of fine TI.U* he hud left in
influential papers in other quarters of the try will suffer no loss of reputation, and a T* IIH ^ouf,t as it»
Xewx, which is disinclined to accept the on, even were that depending- Bnmored Eeroliitioa oa Uie Bio Gran
advantagea of iL
Kew O,4
e
I i tlveuo) M(6
fo3iowinS
aPPears^Chicago
^wT V.« 0-*l« t.
J"01**
Leavenworth
Dzar
father
act
has Come to
i I138
the
C( edingH
it may be, as without right and genuine against 3,) he rushed at me with
terial bearing upon the establishment of j16 ,8lruc| :me'
beea imposed hy force, and that Kansas y
such means, or if they will show any
authority, and, if that action has any rna» by-4 scantling. 1 fled from mm suing pariv,
in respect o' SUverv and in determining rI t- 11 T.
Union, if they will in these results oppose Pro's^a*er'»
"\ork,
mass of the people, and miy be regarded i Ciiief Mate of the ship Mercury,
e i i
4
,• n i
was
ari
rfsponsule. jlator who loaded the vessel at Staten
Island and whose life is despaired of.
Tha ran. Bzh.bttton, At our cattle market ta-day there was
beltcr s
|„,„
themselves over the meagre representation at all yards being 2.186—range from 11
•f Americaaart and industry at the great f°r inferior to 14 for extra. The supply
Paris Exhibition. To this country was
cea, also, we too should have regreiied In Clermont. Mrown. Highhu.d and Adams
that the American department were not counties, the farmers and tl v town people
full and complete for in the promotion 1
there not a siutile article in the space al-1 Prov
rebentation of American skill arid science.
inferior mtt'er. devi«d for the purpo6e!*°y
4 I V
of tickhnj the fancy of the multitude and tended evidence fherin/r A
maasurably causing them to forget or CLK thvieoo.
the London experience taught our tue V''
in di«* TIkes
playing lh*ir productions profusily af *o ago a man put up at one of our hotels, yi
inclination to add by any means in the i ",Dl4ne
ent rocime in Branee, has caused them so the Ian Hord 'hat fie had nary red," but
to abstain from appearing in the l^xhibtr I wotiUI send him li s bill from the next
1
any telling and *T}cetdsthe Ptrson
paper*. Bat the Republican has sujtporU aeriouslv he takes-it ard the more keenly aoak" with the landlord in payment of. hira«if that he'can»et be fxct-llid by *r«y or,a in .ft
c..,» A..I J. L_,.. .t ihas-.never been called for.—A. In- branch^.
be worth hazarding a little reputa'ion up-
Tribune
Guard
House*
.c^e
been
aisting in the establishment of Slavery in ®vcry in this devoted tcriitory dt
n
slayeholding community. The first fatal blow at a meeting relative lo ]I bitats had been murdered and the femah s
act was performed for the purpose of as-' claims, which took a strong party turn as carried off.
i every thing in this devoted tcriitory does, This band of marauders proceeded uj
nnRit#61""^^ ,ll'e
4n
He
lea^er
a fraud, (i. e. d.cidmg
lfn lot
^C(1
,.n
lcn
sh 1 receiv
n respect o. Muvep. and determining Cla.k s blow, hut not wounded was alter- with the exception of one man, who escap
the chnranter of !n« (,nnKtitii!.inn iins«r ii'itrrlii Khot unit di*titr .i.....,,!,,,! ...i ... .»
the character of the Constitution under wards shot and slightly wounded. Our
which she will ask to be admitted into the Party was as great on the ground, as the
or we
i oi more work to do. I expsct to ect out on
gma] baiI soon
A SruiKx
.i„ n—i.. m. r\_ i- •. i u.. l-. .i
*»r eifC«aat»»M», 'I States Consul General in Egypt. It is an i his stock taken from him. and himil'
seems to us they might acquit Missouri antiquity of course, and has the body of a thrown into prison, and he was unable to
fkf Ko cKanriA
a artUuin Attd nnt !i, Ulifl (Ikti r\f* a n 1
n
hi Zt is co ere wilh hier
arrested this morning, char'ed with
i i
iW attempt at muruer in shooting a specu-
ol the
pheej
pric we e
The Crops
^he nations at large, every one of which
would have coveted so prominent a mirk ...
it 1 i-
'utal
a* the
and will doubtless be so understood by i An intelligent and observant correspondent i
a,»d
of respect. Under ordinary circurnstan- 1 1 1
3 u wu
Imnlber
and hunbs was not so large and
"!rPon«.
a ready sale and prie s firmer.
Swine met
Frlii
i*
was at specul pains to observe and
inquire about ihe crops atid the fruit.—
rf,j Jic®
of the interests appertaining to such mat-i^jnce,' ^ru'1 are all, indeed,
..r.
over laden, and the wheat and corn and
.er., we can yneet on common ground
livelest assur»nce8 of abun*
pu aloes cmninf fi as (hi
potaUes are coming o:i finely as the st
with people of every grade of society and uiuclftsh philanthropist could wish. Not Laijayra 13-iU Stiov.lg V doz
peculiarity of government. Aa it i, we quite so much wheat was sown as in past
but
have been .11 ,h. better ple.«d «?M b. planted, haSbeen im- S??i'.?.
lotted to us, and we are little disposed to War between the Press and ths Judiciary.
•tore the buildinu' whh a creditable rep. •'°"rn°! '^turday, upon Ihe motion of!
22^*
whimper that the enterp/ise (if that is the i Judge PetiU (late United- States Sena- Peaches^DiiedfWS^'PoTBtoc?* bu''aOaf 25
cause) of our countrymen has failed Ito
tor rom
More than from any other motive, the Ex- made the following order at ike opening Whiskey 3U4oj
of giving «elat to his admin-! Ordered, by ihe Court, as a Standing] 10X13. 4 ooJ.| -hm itfeT's,
titration. It is one of a series of many
ru s ourt
overlook the pjliiica! state of the country,' The Jwrnal concludes on ai^ide, of
the meins by which h« arrived at bts ^'i® order is the text, as follows*
pUoe,&ud the real nature of the auihoritv This article is arrogant, arbitrary and
1, i. 'a petty .pecie. Jt wMh'.h
humbug and ca|o!ery, for ihe sjccial ber -th re tr o io'i upon the pub! ea ion of
•lit of u miserable foot pad of a po'ttieiaii. the t«»stitun.y, wui w» nrti advised le
We don't know whether it wastecau#«r
l!,e
arli«u .W *m. UB-1
^g'
that, during the trial of I '0X14
0
as
in tlii,
e o u n v s a u i s a n y u i n o e
ngI,
is and dome for.-—A week
a!,C1'
hoiV'
his,hi!1 lite'an ho"est
stairs, found a barrel filled with ra^s,
his ami if
^«ui McCrea to
rleins,
jiB,n v
others, had crossed the river.
3
:—Before this note shall
havc carae l0 dl)ubl|M wjn
reponsible h.v. h.ar of m, m,.fortune by the p,. ..
for the act, they must not only say it was P*"» though 1 fear not exactly according completely veirun with robbers, and it is rant a a fit, and all his work superior to any thin*
a wrong thing to -do, but they must de
of
Santiago Sacked by Rubbers.
By the arrival of the clipper schooner
S uieon Draper from Mazafltin, whic!» ves
sel arrived on the lulh iust., we learn that
the country is in a state of rebellion and
*he ques'ion of slavery here, almost impossible fVr any person to trav-
«»vil
war«
such a pitch of excitement el by land without being molested. San- May 25,1^5.
ti»go had been sacked b-a band of robbers
my misfortune to strike the and it w.s rep lied that iome of the inha-
v- vot. followed and OT.rtook th«n k fi^l.t ensued
m») be, u wilboui risjht and genuine *KWR«t 13,) he rushed at me with a piece which resulted in the defeat the pur- He .1.010
authority, and, if that action has any rna»: by-4 scanilmg. I fled from him til! 1 suing pariv, who were cun.peiled to sur- drawings of Machinery at any and all times.
ll8 llrilflf mp tli»n I.clif.l kim lli.ni.^k il.n I I- tk it iti/iir lim... W. M- IIASK.ETT,
City of Keokuk, luwa, corner of Second and
should hare had some banditti.
0
8
uUr a
Has no right to a*k admission as a Slave C. McCRE A.
State wiien the institution was planted by
cl out on
fiVctionate Son,
ed at the State Department, sent over to i
who
A sphinx has been receh- number ol hows and cattle tor tl,o pur
HVCir I vrs »IV/I«t o unu Hit? IUT Ull' pi
Pse
'.r "V"~ """•'*•/•—i
the uovernment hv Mr. De Leon. I nited He was overtaken by the goverment troops
nhfivn dimt f/.r a 1. 1. „!.
obtain any redress from the au huritics.
Our informant was four days at. Santiago
after the above occurrences.
a beetle, a bull, a scorpion, dogs, Keokuk Price Current-Wholesale Price,
Wednesday, Nfuy 23 —C
rtona
ran
or
*h®
%im? m™«
Iur
hia departure,* was polu-lv asked to pav
tlis feed) imt as po]lidy inror,m,
sta'ion, whete, of course, he had plenty of
TD
.. ,» ... end in a few moments he returned with a
nemih lmde
wrote
h*
s?
h's
rH
u,rae
$atst we
Monday, May 21.
iuuncirtj JMiiy j.i ,*—• j\
revolution, it is reported, has broken ou'
at
Blul„ U1 n mw
were compelled to sur-
hi'n through the render, being promised that their lives
twenty should be spared by so doing, but after
i
la)'tnS
duW!!
they were all killed
ed. Great excitement prevailed at Topic,
where an attack was expected from the
0 2R 1855
drv
"goo^s.
D0a8 7f Blue Drills, y'd,9»11
..
.P "75'.Brown Sheeting.. 76,1ST"
l*iric..,,.,^j (KlaS7 li... Osnaburjj.s ......
Graham per 100. .44 00 C'ton Batting.. 121^15 i
I'' Vain.... 17 '.,al«
Short- 3«t Ticking.... '.yuisl
Stiip Stuffs per 10U$t
00
Hints
ami i.kather."i
««ain. Hides, dry Vlb...... S
Wheat, fali,fl 40^1 70 green ........ 4
Spring. ,%l 2«($I 30 Red sole leather. .'22*„5
Corn 5 Oak do
Barley ......... $1 OU Harness .....
Oats. .37alo Upper .....
Rye 85@y)
eoaa. Imp. Vjb.
.i.
Moat .bbl fir (i. 1'....... ..
Hams,cured, per lb Halt) Y, If
Sides, do 5)5n6 Biark
Shoulder# do
Umo.— K.f.^.V'*'****'
of ours has, during the past week, traveled I !t'rMD 10012
through several Counties in Southern Ohio
1
Fresh. i
TOiUll A^0
... 4
tt
R,ce
whieh corn or
84»s?4
1^-
At*
Indiana,) says the Lafayette Raisins Vbox
one of the attorneys lor Ui.rle. Mill,,, VirBi„i,,«„ib..S15.3S
hibition was gotten up by Napoleon for 1 of the court Friday morning Uxi y box*$!l V V
The
,Ud r5
are
Hie power fo mtfke, we
alJ,jn' e£ecr*t*&n,i
T. B., P-Midergtai,
«. E. Clark.
11 Ha he,
ti. S Fd'a ler,
«sr
AL Be ler.
4
W.r
3Uut)0
HARDWARE.
4B..4 Nails, assorted. .. .5ti51
3d !.„!)]
Iron Flat Bar.. AVa'M
butter.
.0tA,15(3s20jj
slt8.
1
fO Capitalists.
anu d, a par»or,
ing upon the good thing- ifom $MK)to 93000. to mira-p
if
up bundle, which showed
°n the bundle—-saw
awa3*» r'ni1
prominr
cars had been pone some time, bonifacc
in linking at the bundle, thought the
pints had rather a familiar look, and open
ing the package, the honesty of the gen
tleman was explained as follows :—on
leaving the landlord he hid gone up'
dlr
ieg ot as fine a pair of prints as ever neat, durable, aud cheap manner.
Kin^' ar'd
w ith the
(aid of some ra^s, had made up a bundle.
*a ra-,1
»»u«nf.# warranted to
Of f»t.
Address
Mbv 2S. 1s
i
V K-fkuk, 1
u»t
Ir
Annual Mooting.
y J\"av:gaiiM and Ii
Company.
eetinif of the
m:
t'lfect r« wsii bf b^l«l nn tfw la*t Wfloos
tfiV* (the 27th i!ay) of Juk#. tK5.. at i'i« ofliceof
tire Onmpany, in the ci?v oTKeuknk, at 10 o'clock
in (tie foreiioon of thst diy.
ORYJLLE CLAUK, Presnlent
nkv
O Rit
li,v, Sfrret«ry.
M.iv .t•». IQ 5 wttl
m\t£.
uH.UI
1
A."
Rr'r,P
1
fic^in'fhi^
,.Boot
jravninl and he is hnxious Ito=ho^
„„,
hi*
rW..» t- fitted r.p mathmcrj for tfie above manufacture,
ere arriving from neighboring ami is .prepaie*! to engage extensively in ttia/
tOWns, to protect the place. Ttie stogo business, aiiit will be liapj.y to wait on all who
was .topped one league from San 111« »U\
=•,
j,l.
A' i i can rurnish a
loooea. Mr. anhon, who came passen- aaah.and si re.tuced price, u»»n
ger on the .Simeon Drapir, had purchased
61 i«uv»^ MAU UUIki M»? V k.4
«f bringing thtm to the countrv
a'nd^EmP«i-i.im,'»
o=!j
in
A. Bill IK MAN & CO.,
wiioysAr.r. nrAi.r.is* is
Foreign a^d Domestic
Y O O
KNO
92 MAIN ST. KEOKUK.
F.KP constantly on hand a large *'ock ol
Goods in their line. mi able for all reasons
of the year, and of every v.riet^of style and
gra 1«, includitig a good and varied stock of No
ti»n«t fcc,»-wiudi. they nlT-r to the trade as
favorable terms as can be obtained of any houae
in the West. dec 14
/AMES a. Skl.'CC| WM. o. DAWlIiL*
I i U i & A I U S
WIlOLLK iLi: iiUUCLBI.
S0, Main Street,
"2Hj t-J TT AVE jua* received their supply of Goods Tor
I
,,le wu,lRI
season,
.zoa.a compete
tea.
a
H. 8. Bar 5. it
i'heet, A'r ti^a
4
"Nail Rod ......
iBsian..... fcjt.
6'b®7 liiiBsian
N. «. Vlb.
Clarified.
Loaf
Crushed ..«,• .*10 V^al 1 German*". 17
N. O. Molasses 3G«374 Steel Springs. 11 U al'2
S 4 1 5 A e s
laH Steel Cast •... ,.22e2j
I'M
wHk
ag
stances.
1 Blister ..2t)a22—
V"
a
i
Belchers.. 45alS Anvils i2Jalr
coi-kke A?fn nics. Axes V dr.?. .lialJ 50
.tia!2
8*i 13
Spades--.....
#?i«iji!M»k»l
w,T*kmir i,
1 1
^u 5(J
4 ihi«4
,1
now on trial in that town for murder, Missouri.7.... 10a*2.r White Uean^ 1 50
I4!. .»i.'»
io ho.ii :i
bl,e Fi
h'9 r,Jal^fMJ
2.r'Onions ........
0
3
"is'S'i Si
SA
Mck
THE CAMPBELLS
AKTI-
itir- 3,]5r,.i,
i
t"- v7
A LL pers^Mji having claims againct the Brhool
Board ot District No. 1, Jackson township,
Lee county. Iowa, are requeateil to lodge the. rj&fcJZfa
«m« with Mr M"bb. Ac.cuntanf, on Fil'l. and
on 't'hi! hf we. n
at lie
Jfhn8,'i» l'i.Xc1,
frnm n-lii..!, l.« i..A .. i i- Brick Hiftp, would inform (be pitblir that he is
rom winch he se.eeted a good looking
preparpd
,,
0 all k
,ud, of Bi. .»•««.
th..^ in a
HOUSE SHOEING.
on T0'"1 horsrs ana have em
not cut up for carpet rugs. He particularly solicits p»tronrg-j jl ,ectei .(^r ,S" OoU,
h, aj„„
Mav JO, If55. tl&w
I. YTEKT STHES
Of Boolai aud lhoc«.
ALL f)*rsor's
(!rs|n-K
nn »l Hi,, t^nn'ia. I I® see what they ar») would do well to call
on the Itio Grande Mexico, and fifteen
the Litest. Fashion? (.
where
hundered men, headed by Caravajtl and he is anxious lus n«w and splendid itock. tu,. »•«,« u
wl.iobjs always kept full aiid complete from h»s «GBflfrfUl iflVfDturTh of (tiptlliil Pffill!
own ri-:a iufactory, the most extennve is the cif\
thus ena'dirg him to fill orders more prompt I v
than any o'her house.
He has tlu trreatest assortment and best quali
ty ot material that is t» he found in any one house
west ol the Mik.-Usippi for the Euanufucture of
work to order.
Hi* I/ists ave all made to order, and he war*
]M, ntd, to orJ,r
f.owa- C-1! »nd bee fer yoor-,eii
O O K E E
THEthe
iindr, i- I hitvin.' i a experience
in ismess of Mill \Vr ghtir in some of
the mo$t extensive mauui'actiiring districts of the
-..v.* .««««»vu «j. States of Ohio and Indiana, and being well ac-
the the river to a villi ge, and committed the qaainted with all the late improvetoenls in Ma*
pro-j same depredations. A bodv of eihzens
chil
^y
mii
the prrcesa of Flouiine, has all"
s
Exchange Streeta"
May 1,1H.V, wlin*
embraces a full atrit
o:tment in their line) a* alio tf
2b to 30 WOO AND WILLOW WAKE,
all of which having been purchased at the lovreii
5fl'j7* market rates, they are able and dotei mined to d-.'*
.. 45«7(l pose of at as low pi it rs i( not a shaCe lov
than titey can he purchased at in or any ol'ier HLN DRKD DOZLN Mei
near mai kct, and a.lvite count" n.erchanls as ^. f.la!s J'i?®
w
well as others to exrmiue their d* and pricet
before purchaiinu elsewhere, a a.mg them that
they will iiud it greatly to their advantage.
We su'join a list of a small portion of our
Stock, and in soliciting orders from our trienda,
beg lo assure them that an they may be leased ,, i,
to lav or us with will have strict ai.d prompt at-
S Altnomls fc S S do 160 do plain (Io
s
e"
ARE
COMING
A'1M.U\C£KL HALL.
I On Alwuluy, June 4th*
XCeplion Of ilent, v a line would do ^ell lo nive hiiu a call before nyi
w. W. Newccmb,
Uin Brvahf,
'II. Feu'nit,
JL Ii s,S,
O W. Dfmrrt*I,
T. B. I'l-Hitaovnt, M*n»|sr.
«(. B. NETTtSTo*. Arero. i
Aisj 2A, t«M. 471 I
Windsor glass all sizes 2o0 kegs essoited nails,
and (j.-ality. 6t hales cot. batting,
Windsor sash all sizes *0 doi wash boards,
Tumblers iV fiuart iars, 100 d'»7 clothes liaes,
500
sarUs ilairy salt, so half chests tea (vart
do do U A do ous kin ts.)
31)0 IdU winter apples, 'ipices of a!l"kind»,
iSahsKg do do Ss t.'xs all siz'l pickles,
SO do do peaches, 109 do tobacco*
Dec. 8t, 1»64.
el)
Jr.
IOWA 8ADDI.E ASfDlf ARNESS
SHOP.
WUUUULt AMi HETAil..
Afain Street, ivrntr oj
'Third, KEOKUK.
i
THK undersigned wuuldinforrathe pnt,
fJ||A In anil his ohl (unt.'iuers that he has on
T™ haud a large ascotliuent ofSaddles an
Mj :.vsfoi i.is own xianufacturmg, consisting of!
very vanctj of Full Spanish, Half Spanish, Fall
back aud La.l^es' Saddles liridles ami Martingales
Coach, Buggy, Gig, Stage and Wagon Harness
Trunks, Valices, Carpet-Bags, Whips and Wfaij.
Lashes.
All worh warranted to be matte out of the best
material that can be purrhssed in Si. Louis or any
-other market. Also, a general assortment of Sad
w.uv. .uaiavi. niB'M |CUCI SSSUtlUlClil Ml 9«I
Oid and (iri/inal Cjrnpbell »^Iins*rcfi ai* Hardware and Leather.
slid coinpih-ad of the followtng1 array of: Perk-ms deairoua cf purchasing anything in
.. i.V,,
Livery STABLE,
On Jo/mson Street, btwecn \stand t-1.
UV WILLIAM H. ('LEGHORN'.
npilIS esfablishin^nt is large, ommodion®',
1 well arrange.! utu! amply provide wjft gt,M»d
well trained for l»arne8, a* w*f!l as with
Caniages, Dofjijiett ai.d Harks, open and close,
covered and half covered, ot every description,
ai'Bptnd to riir)vei)i»'iice «.r luxury,
H'jrses end ('arr.^ices of renident* of lite city
or visitors from abroad kept on moderate term*.
and carefully attend, Io by men thoroiigbfv
skilled in the busme.'-s.
Horses bought and -ri eoK miss ion and bi.
lay own aero i,! a' ali tjtnr-.
May 25, ISf) diy
Oarriasc Manniaclory,
hi J'j/insnn S: rr he'if'cn 1a/ V n! 2d.
BY O'BRYAN, & CO.
HA\1NG
permanent I v ••vt.ibH-.
ed oargelve-i in Kfoknk wi'h
Cr8"f
of
Main streets, in the course ofto«da allei wtiich r?_.,' ^^'"'J^af^eture t! Carri^-,
ali c!airr.« wiil hf drbarred.
tfhe,v"f"
May 25, 18|,
A
...j
ive pl.n. ol Mil!. a».i
m\h mm dmr mfm,
flpHE Subscriber wouhl inform the citizens ti
1 Keokuk and Eurr^unding country that he has
mi..,'
a
V
et
!••*-*.ter artirle of
b«s» mate-iSC^i.
Gigs ar.d Harks, we are prepared lo make ali
ttclea in our line io the very he#? Pfvle and ot tin
choicest material, Oil reasonable terms aa'
[iromjit notire,
Slay IK'.j, «'Iy
Lost.
0.beiweej,
V v
i hi,
AS r„
trykt* ••farrtersa *11 its Hicl!
1
Ye.stings rvt-r brought to »he State of towa,
ch he will make »p at the ahiwtest t^tlee and
ft. the latest ^tyle. i
lr"Ac"
Also a good" ac«'-rtincfi( n( Furnishing
Good*, such as Shirts, Collars, II mdkerchief.,
ravat«, Hose, &.c.
Do no? (urge* theplaeo, %*o.
ween ^ain & Johnson.
.. 15I N 1- DO0SON.
TALE of -but few incidents
particular.
Hy the author of a Stray Yankee in Texas.
I/XE. A
By M. Ha
3fay25, J»55. dlw
3 !y
Shop on Bl "tuleauj between sth an.l -,th.
TAMEL COPSON.
Nor. *, iSf'

«r!.»\esaie
..r mail.
OK A AM & CAVE,
roayS.) l-,v. Main Street.
fpilK O'DOHEKTV PA PLUS. By tie late
JL Wm. Maginti, L. L. J.
GRAHAM & CAVE,
mav25dtw
f-X
an
Iw
T. J. kJ. 4f. RlCi:.
School Meeting.
VOTICfMs herfbv trtven, that n special me*t
jS injr of lh« (jualil'nd voters of Scho 1 Jiu|ru
No. 1. Ja«k»o:i toWfisiup, Lee cennty, Iowa, will
he held at the J!i.tricl f. h"ol house, on Satur*
d.iy, June 2.1, ut 2i*cSo.. k r. at wh-ch
time a report of theafTairs nnd f'njnciat forulitior.
oi tfie lJ *trict will be submitted.
The question ot providing for the ayiner.tr
i!ic liahitit e.^ of tfif* Di-fnct him! ?*5r the cornjde
tion of the S"hool ileuse, er,r!r«i"c 'he
!y1a* or otherwise, will be submitted lor the ac
tum of th» meeting.
By coder cf the I) rector*.
tV. M.
G. I Ol
May J3. HXk
X^/-'
r,
Ml v
Hi 1
Iowa Stati:
rn^Ir'',er*
(.
iint»any
I •«.
isoaacks c'»#ee, 38 nt's willow clo'a b*kr, i
20 bbisclarified auK*t«. 30 do market do A SPLENDID assortment of children's fancy
•25 do pow* cr' a loaf do o 4oi do fancy do A Hats and Cap? for summer wear, the latest
60 hhds N o do 160 well buckets. summer style ju«t received and for sale cheap at
23 bids Belt hers syrup, bo netft tubs, (3 each) Siiri.nos'K Hat
jo do golden do 6o do do (S eac h) Ladies. calUnd look at them,
30 do SHmola»«es, 0.1oz(I hoop) buckets* mai21
80 half do do so do (8 do) buckets,
eo bt.l»ret'oM & plan, do »00 halt bu. measuras
7S box's U ramn s, ti nests aasoi't meat
100 do atof't candjr* 60 do/, brooms,
25 do fancy do 80 doz «his|i do
Filberts iietan li'/il nuts tfiO nests var. cov toxei", H4, street.
ar,1'
I)Ar LOIS 'A* I'll. I (*Ui AL, tj lendnily illufctra* J'nee per barrel, Si cU at the Kl«», or 10 et»
I# ted, raeeired weekly by III delivered. JOHN ZWAKI 4 CC.
flAlUMiam
.* nil—I I II I v iHnuna
t'!a*v
I.nsitiamt
®f the lowu State Insurance
are hereby* notified that anelecti«in
for a Board of Director* .•San! C-Jinp.u will he
held at the of'iee of Kdwards & Turner, in the
city of Keokuk, on JUonday, thi 4t!.«Jav of June
L'jj, at U o'clock a m.
E. H. HARRISON. Pres d.,.t.
Yvit. J. Tuhmkh,.Secretary.
May 22, l*£5. dtd
^ireat E\citrm«nt!
AT SHELDON'8 HAT EMPORIUM
rri'.i. iarge«tand bed *tock cf Hats, G«j.B «od
Straw Goods ever brought ir.to the t-iate of
Iowa. Any one in wan of a nice Hat, Cap,
Cmbrella, Carpet Brg, Canes &c., will always
find a f"m| lete stork at the New York Hat Em
porium, *1. Main «tree*.
Call and look at the new summer ntyle of Haft,
which is beautiful. Do not forget the place, at
SHELDON'S, K| Main street.
may 21
rf
ALLatheu
tention.and goods furnished of ag good quality .«
and at as low prices under any other cite urn. V,""
new summer atyleg of Gent's soft dress
Hats aa worn in New Yoik ju«t revived and
'H HE
w(
ira
for sa)e rh#fap at
8
3 rV'
Empor.vm. H,
.... .„ i •uu
i ri^llE new style of Gent'x Beaver Hit^
Call and look at them.
May 21, Ib'f.5.
A. L.
E I
s
.N. II. I AVPOOLK.
A. fj PrilliIIr 4 Co.,
Sl'i'USSoRi TO (. RAN V II. 1.K 11. S.M 1 11 (V TQ.
I5A\k£KS AMI HE ALDUS IV EX
(IIANGK,
Min STREKT, KEOKl'g. IOWA.
IGHT CHECKS qn all the principal cities
constantly for sale in s«in* fo suit
uncurreiit B» nk Note", at beit rates.
Interest allowed on special deposits.
References:
Cash. Am. Exchange Bank, New York.
Messrs. E. W. Clark. Dod^e &. Co.
4i
,l
N Cor with A Co., Galena.
May 21,18S&-
At thc Two Wew Iimc
any other House in the city KK»1 of sot Hill lilt 11',
i tj* vvork ma le loorder. Cash psidfor Hide*, i I^H E *uh.»cr iheu keep eo, »t«.i,ily on h?ve
I November 14,18S0. A. V. HCOfOLU. A U'jCe supply of the best quality -f L?me.
... ..i— I Orders may be lell at C. Obertop'a Main
I Bright, Beoo'lfut B«if Artistic. te! weei, 2i! and 3d.
41
si
One Hor
1
j'fHF. unii. rstgneu neveing perraantly lor«led in
I Keokuk, has opened a Tailor Muj»' on John
son str e'. on» d.x.r WVstotthe Po»t Office, tam«
i *nb' ami hv punctuality and a atrict
trillion to bii«tTif«s to mprit a share of publi.
patronage, IJ. lug a stranger. I respectful!
solirit trial, and ail work entrusted to my car^
shall be dene in workmanlike manner and
fit" EUtc.ntf»*d. Study to please" shall be my
motto. With those who deaire it I will cheet»
fully go to the store and assist them in selecting
their goods.
M«y
A
Pi** ubi.dt i«^ ... i t. ii_. _i
J3JEN. t. D0D80N, ducements for e.,uent a.,d a continued cus
ALSTON & BRO.,
torn. A. i.
3d Street h*. Y
01 ar
and no plot in aoatrd within the ttrne specified above it
will be proceeded *ga nut arcrdine to onli-
Di,t,cc'
ARE
•eedingly interesting book.—
GRAHAM A. CAVE.
Main Stree'.
RKFRIGIIKATORS
VI ILL be received this w«-»k, dircetiy from
the mui.tifacturer*, 1-2 dozen of the new
style of Marsh's Patent lleliigeratorp, which
w»ll be sold low to clese consignment. They
are exactly what every family need#..
1
i" KELLY
Ke kuk, May 23, !md4w
Keokuk, Mi. Plonsmil and Mus­
cat! Rail Road Co.
NOTICEthanc
IS hereby given that the ai:iiual meet,
ing of Sti.rkholders of the K«,.kuk. Wt.
Pleasant and Mnscatine 1ts.il Road Company
will be held in Mt. Pleasant, »t the couaty
Couri House, at the hour «f I oVIork v. m., on
Wedne^diiy, June 0fh, for tlu* purposa of
I electing eleien Directors and trauiactinr the
business incidental thereto.
LAUIUN DEWEY, President.
d2w&3tw
New Grocery* Store.
A S O N & O
,, 14 Ljuft opened a new Family Grocery and
wetlnet ?ay las probably on Mb in Street, Proyjnon ^iore, in the room formerly occu
Second and Fourth, a gold Bres.st
P1u "tf„tJ.
6, Smith
k«ii nmM I—»'• wuii.ji «i an Auction Koom, on
wrneti was pmed beyond it« intrinsic value Johnwn Hreet. where they intend to keen a
J.y the owner. The finder shall bo rewarded by choice and well selected variety exactly adapted
-avmgUie same at this office, to the demands of the retail trade ot the city.
..'tiv 2,), ]*5j, J2t {They inviU the map. rt,on ot the ci'izeris rene
i ?,ljr*
antJ
e
f,°
lovbl ,hllt
,h''
ca,i
7*, J. hnston Sfreet.
Keokuk. May 10,.J.RfjS.
Tof j. Wri^t p^p^ n mm**,
a«a the unkot w ti fiefrs of Ida Ball, deceaa-
notified to remove a nuiaanc«
exi«tinj{ upon lots one 1 and two (2) ia
block forty-nine (19) in the city of Ke«kuk
caused by stagnant water thereon. Said nui'
i »ance to be removed hy »},* firit day of June
next, by filling the ja. lots with earth suffi
ciently hitjh to abate said naisance, ai.d that un-
M. F. LA.NDON,
the City oi
keoki.k, May 17, 1856. dl4t
IRHlillTO!* a OUMER.
now prepare.! to furnKh ice* Crea® to
Partief, Fatrh, Suppers, Picnic Parses ar
also to Families in any quantity. A literal de
duction mad to I airi» or uaj bei efi party.
Jeht aim fetreef, next 1C Jhwtoi&U
April od, dt/'
Fl^fCT riSBtfl.
'ST received tfie larp.-,i and b^st afwrtment
ot fancy Candle* ever beiote offered in Ke«
k a a a laige assortment Fruit-., Nut* he
at CHLIGHTON OHMLK'S
April JO, 1 dif Jc-i i^.-n Stree
ll, E are ?.ow manufacturing fine Sboet far fa*
die*, which we will warrant.
a I atth:
•ftore of
M.
OHF.LL & MATLES8.
M:, V H. ifef.
'V. '14. W
fAISIEO Till LET WlKC.
TN SETTS, (,:• a.Ie i
s W JL TICKER.
Mav I. 1- .. dltw
Waier CNim
W TUCKER.
1, I dltW
AtSITED
-e'5 It
TOILETWARE.
s*Se hi
1:. w.
.Mav l:i,
Co.
u a* 11 18 o
Leghorn lowest price
*ceived per Express. lftaylll8 5
I V/ Hats just received per Express.
All the New York styles for a'e cheap at
SHELDON'S, M, Main street,
mat 21 18. 5
I.DON'S.
Bl lF.L & BRO.
dk Gw
Balhiag Appartlfi.
FHt ruhii.- tre invjfid cail ar.! ciirntne our
A Bathu Tu'.f, I'an«. A.c c,f every defcrip-
1,3,1.
p,(!
the country.
wit set tlnu. to order in nny paitof
mavltM4.wfiw
BLEL & BRO
I'alninize ticnif I'soofarioro*
ANDS'euciBULLcutliRO.'b
eo to k. and pet i Lctin
or late lor marking ba^'O »*e«,
Ln&e-.-i-fcC-.-
1
May ly, 1*55. di«6w
thoirt Dotlt|
HAVING
tna Sr arran^etnei.ts by which I will
tw weekly siippiie.) with Choice Butter from
the Denmark Duirv. I .iiuilies may rely on get
tine their supplier at toy store throughoal the
{season.
W. C. FUNKlfOTSER.
10(10 dozen jtist rereivsd and for i«ale at the
W C. FINKHOUdER.
Sng&r Cured ilami.
A LARGE tot of choice Sugar Cure
yEx hand and fo- sale low
may11 I 55
81, Main street.
at ,hem
ame en
W Fl'NKHOUSER
-V
Felice.
ItHE
eo-ra
Main «t
l.
i JL for 1855 c«n be found at th^ who in alone authorized lo
NEW YORK HAT EMPORIUM, firm in liquidation.
vei.'
hi.Main
rttierahip heretofore existing br-
Iween Wbi. ('. Fur.khourer and Tb«»s. F.
Baitlelt, in the Family Grocery basiness, ia th'e
day dissolvetl by limitation. Win. C. Funk
hou«er, having puichased the interaetuf Tbos. P.
Bartlett, will continue the bn^ineae at the old
stat.d, and will pay all demands againstSakl 4rn
and ell oti't'aridtng accountn and notes due tl e
be paid to suid Wui. C. FunkAiaoaer,
use the nam«#f tl
uu iisiiuut^ at uuiit
#re
to he paid to suid
1
Maui street.- WM.
I N K
T. B. BAR I
May 4,1855
NI.U
BOUT
AMI HUIIh STOKE
EO» CRITTENDEN has taken theatorelate
I ly occupied by Messra. Hawkins it Billing*,
corner of f'b and Man StieeiS, and has opined
a large and well aborted stock of Boots and
Bhoe* iiitrni.il specially tor the retail trade.
lie a*ke the inspection of the citizen* and pub*
Ac generally, feeling confident that bis experi
ence in the trade, and the favorable term* on
•i »«iu^ ... miii, which they were purchased, combined with a
Collections on fin* ci y remitted for promptly determination to build up a permanent trade,
at current rates of Exchange. will enable him to sell lower than any bouse in
We will buy and sell all kind of Gold, Specie, Q«»ck sales and small proftts is bta
i motto.
4
L'ura^ & Sim"iid«, St. Louis.
,{
E. VV. Clwik At Bro's.
Keokuk, May 9. 1*5*.
dtf
e a
I e
KVKaV DAY 1KB EVKMING if
CR K I Ci n T«\
8
April 30, iar.5. dtf.
& ODMEB'S
KEW AND FASHIONABLE ULO0SI,
Johuson Street, a few door* east of Post Ofl ec.
Ittoaoa, l»mat
-A
•rnar mow.
w
K wil pay i lie hi*hes' pi ir# to «*shfargor4
Iron St re.
4c)t*iu!,er «, ISt«.
*~EAI» I'lPK- A
Mtekv
.' -*'.e .wlaSMtHW
1UO«. KICK *00.

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