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-f-r wag*. ...' .• in RODERIC K & I FE, CAKL'KM ,K^ AND IU 11 1J]:H Shop on Fitili aiid liijndeau. WOULD announce to the ctiz-n* of K*-ok-ic iid vicinity that ere now p'e^Bred to andertakc buildir.ga «'n kuwia tar completion, au*i will do all work «i,u«*t*i u U»« n ti. good, Workmanlike manner. Theyalso mteni'o -vi?' i '.••*! esp that ot Roofing, an h*v« sir*4ered materia' treat St. Louis w th i*Kith iue u totier roofs th»n any ever »aie i »*m v, f»o-«- WHOLKSA'-i: A.NO KKTAIL DtCAtf.Rt looks, Stationery. Fa prr Ha ?ie fap, &t, MESSRS. lie, customer* enti.e setisLiCtion. July 6*—d. THK *. NOTION AND FANCY GOODS LINE. Also a large asaortinent of FINK ClftARS, Atcordeor.a and Flutinaa of all pradea. Our atock will be foutid very heavy and com plete, our gooi'.s hating tier-n selected rthe jarlj ialJ trade, with great cart at with special refer •nee to the requirements of he western aiarkcts, are are contut«ut we can Ri- aatiafactien to ail aa "regards both quality and prices, as wc intend to compcte with the St. Louia market, and will aeti at low,If no' a little lower,than any house in tae West. We aell at WHOLESALE ONLY, shd confine ourselves to one particular branch of buaineaa, aa of course buy and sell cheaper than persona keeping a promiscuous stock. We would respect fully request Merchants, Ttdiiirs a^d Iealt riiD general, to give ui a call and examine our itock and prices,asd aatisf) themselves t-efore purr.has mg ,-lsewriere, as we thiuk they will find it greatly to theft advantage. Call at No. 94," Main street, iM- 1, lUM. d,V-.v the? HON. Mosgs ar mmmm KEOKUK. IOWA. ORMPW \v., wn...i retpec-. fully tnuouiire to th. it friends and the jiub. tint the} have opened larjce stock of Book! *nd Stationery, in Grabem'* iluildirg, on »ecoii4 etrtet, one iliot north of the Punt Oflit e. Th* stock «:inpr ises a van.-d mis I'AND FUNNIEST MAGAZINK- AND I'APF.RS in the world, compti-«iii_- he best Trfl.-*, .Sketches, Poetry, and the rno^t Is*i5hable Jolces fver produced by hntnan wit. Br.tl Yankee Notion*, or Whirling* qf Jouattian'? ."a'ck Knile ^^torial Picayune London Punch jt Jor.at) an A'wi^"c, JB (lie wttldit *U »n Imptrtiat ta Bniidera HE Model Architect, a series of original de- airrna for co"s^-s,villas,^uhurhan resider.ces ,'dcc«inyaniedi by explanation" and estimate,'. 1. 11 .issortment Bfouj. cUs.iifitl, school, and music Toilet a ROUKHICK Lfc.% April 18, 1853. (**•4 CBAll lU tATg, if niueell .- books which additions err maJrdaiij by receipt* ifrooi the principal publishing houses in the t-*ai ted Stit-s, of all new and popul.r looks. cfissera sril tind on our shelves many choice vol-' unfi in elegant bindings, suitable for present* also, a great variety of beautiful articles of fancy fc'stionery, expres&lj for the City trade- W« i.n, vite tie attention of Ihuyer*. It will be to upon. Dulchm'sn Know Nothisi^ &.c. 'JKAl'AM Si. CAVE. rtattlnj the Lite and B«aatiea Fanny Fern. THF" reaier will find this work pr»?r*je* tl e f- line attrac'ive features that characleri/^ .v cr proiiuetioni. They are alfernately witty •ad pathetic, cat flic j?nd aoothtng, *p»rkling i pensive. GRAHAM k. AVE. 0RAIIAM fc. CAVE. G. M. HUSTON, IJLAI WVOLEftAiJi IJLAUfR IN NOTIONS 1 Ajtf nnv GOODS, 14 Mstn \rr»e», Kr*Lik. I«jra. an JlWAYSoi haad a peneral aaaortmctit of Rib-! .'I i er|et^, Laces, KdRinpa, Inaertion uBi? Kilinery Good* in freneral, w tto a la'ge a%aort« laeht ot white gooda^ Hoawry, Cor.iffirts, (iUjves, ftufpeiidera. Cap, Letter and Fancy 5ote J\. )('ra, ps ammon and fancy, tlar.k P.ooks, fancy Boapk, W«t*ii.Cologneandaierfumei y otallkitnl*, larre aiaortment of iocKet cutlery, Scftaol'a lUaors PlatoU, Clock a ro1.1 anl *iH cr Watf hei fctd jewelry of ail descri tionk, (juality ar.dpnccsj alio a large and gcneralataortmerit of Comha,Bt)t. I tons. Threads, Pma, needle*, Spfctacles an C» aes. Port yonics, a fine assortment of Toclt*! Walleta, Memorandum Book*, Pencils, Shaving Bruaiiea and itoxe*, fancy Woik Boxes, Gog?lea an Eye Protectors. In a word evciythi&g com priaad in the G, M. Ht'*T0J?. OF iUttiJ\( io. A kli.\ CH of tht Mercantile College ol jf\. ,P»'«rnc, Ivahia—iiicorpouited by the Z^gis latura ot that State with perpetual charter. TRUSTEES. His Excellency the H-x.J^sis HON. Wm. WII.mns, BCCHANAV (late S^cietary at War-) HAMPTON HON. CHAS. W H. HON CHARLU NAVLOR MOOAEK£A9, LOW and GIN. J. K., Locts H. DALIIOF?, late Profes«or of Com merciti! md Ornaiosntal Penmanshiji in the same 7^*, IVJio't institution. Rev. DARWIK. member of the Burling* ton Bar—Professor of Mercantile Law. The Pi ii.cipals design carry ing out in every particular that course uf training for business in troduced and followed up for upwards of fiPe»n years by Mr. Dvrr, the founder of tlie Mercan tile E»il ge ol Pennsylvania, by which about 3,800 merchants and accountant* have bf-en qual ified for business. It is now regarded by busi ness men aa the roost thorough and eiFective pre pataticn (or the accountant given i:i theJWted States. It comprehends upwards 4f 4i0 real business transactions—illustrating six different methods of conductir.g books by double entry— about i00 commercial computations, explairiltig many.bosinees operations not found in eom^i. arithmetics—a coinprehensive course of Mu-tcar tile penmanship—busine** forms and buvine letters—tiiilly lecture* oh commercial law an. commeteialacriences. Their room* will be opeti for Ihe receptioa ef •tudents on the ffVst of December. .- Cireulats mailed, to any address. Jjtirlingion, Nov. 22, iHa l, diw Water Csslcrs JHR .akfcy May 1, 1**5. 8 W 4 U K E d*w E W H. S O U E W O O W A Wholesale fc Retail Dealer in !ry €itfik. Hats and laps, llolliiu?, Wat«to and nofki Cold and Flatwi Jrwriry, LOOTS AND SHOES Al«o a ln:ge and well selected stork of JIOTION8 AND FANCY GOODS, Vieiins, Accordeonv, flutes, Glass and Fancy B- xes. Ho* 6* Maiu-st S'--itb side. Vetween »dA 4th Sts, KEOKt H, IOWA, A V I s e n e a e- e u s i v e y i n e Wholesale Tiadc in New Albany lud., and still holding aa interest there, will enable aae aa formerly,to buy my goods by the package of /m porters an 1 Manufacturers. Th-ss pieced on tbe aa»e foundation as out Cincinnati and Sair.t Louis wboleraWdealers, I can air, ly pledge a«i»elfto iJtrpiicate any bill purchased in our western iites. The cituen* of this place and the aurrounMng men upon tie u pt rbaps 1U0 9***- p]f if tint they nTJ,,, MwaMmnaaaHMMnnMHaMi HAIR DRESSING tiALOCN. Mli Ci'TTINC done scctl 'u£ to pbysiogno* my and the principles ot ihe olrtour's art, st^Dipoumot. peifaroied in liiew and agree*- Those wbc desire to ei.Joy should not f*i JT. fllARIXS 110IEL, CORVth A I KECK I K. THIS Iloit i'' hiving b'?en Icaaer! by the uutJersignec!, ha* I err, e*?en-ivelv re- patreti, and thoroughly lenovated from nt'o n. It difi-it'ly •ituated, and t* no nxit or experts will e spared ty accPtnplisS: !ha? o 'jt'ef. •', fdketi to *nd fro-n tile Hons fiee of cliifge. i IX. i Keokuk. July 2T, *S4. dtf rut- I EXCHAN'GE & iuisKi^ljurffls 8 i e o A i o n Corner of JohnMen awl Strand 1flrets. *pp«fijr oi St. Cit/trU* 'ItKEOl\' X, 1 iillV?.«i C/(tit country raeichant* end all our constant aii# tft five our tOLLKCTION ON Tills CITY remitted for, promptly at current rate of Exchancfc". TJ"Jnterest on deposits w Jan. I, 18ijS. 4,' S'r« et. To ill** I'uMiC ifls" Store lt ftt,UvI A D' luxury of the !to call at Hly saloon. on klaua tUe buiWiac former!) cccupjtti V tte SkuU. Ktokuk, Arri! 2t, 195S-• !j- GEO.CABt'a jjiief. »*EfO?ID a first rate Hotel. Th.- de^ieri' ftf tl.e proprietor •n,J ,Hr X"1 n ht of wall peper is to make it the Ui.r.er Ho'el of Keokuk, and *H w urh_ _tl.« Ct» trade RJJsftELL.. hen tpecially afre« def^ 4• E. W. Ct.Ana & B*os Bnuv.. Mil umii:R81» Cn. Ha.hkeih, Jcmin J. Aier.tnsoN Co. St. Loaia K. CI.ark, DoituE It Co-, New York Ctiqr. (Jf Office huuii lru«u W A ai. to 6 e- ?.i• July M, tB5J—dtf A N K I N O U S E OF CHARLES PARSCNB, Co'**r of Mani and Second Sis. Krokuk OiGfiT Eixchance on the Eavt and Snuth fot lO ?aleT Also ¥n$p & Bacorrn Sight I a ft« on London. Sif»! .Mid Time Bill? of Exchange Bank and Banker** Drafts and certificate* ot de powt Foreign Gold and Stiver atni LandWar rtitit* purchased. Kernitfance* fr.^tn the country for exchangr promptly forwaYded. Interest allowed on deposit* as pet «greenj«oi K E O Messrs. Page &. Bacon.St. Loui.s. CJii^Kier Am. Ex. Hat k. New York. Atlantic Bank. Roston. Phil. Hank, Philadelphia. Merchanta'Bank, Baltimor* \feasrs. T. S.Goodman & Co,Cincintitti. April 6, IT3. O. OBSRTOr, lEPfi s'^ck of I'sn.iiv *.r -oce:ies. a variety o Toys,ar«aft assortment ul Rlntiral Inltri Civnts, for on MaW streei, t*et*etn second a./i! thu d. [. ar23HI K 1 TJNPARALLEI.F.D Mush f. U Baruum. By h-m^elf. Ida May. By Mary I angdon Te-i Nights in a Bf*r Room. By T. S. Arthur A Book of surpassing interest. Ida Koiman. Br Mr*. Lincoln Phelps, of Patapaco Institute, Maryland. At GRAHAM it CAVK'S, j.ropo=e. i i# ^parptttier* rk of evepy fte«cHpiion, and fj^lIE undersign 1 atid Joinsrs worl will t&ke cotitract.H for buildinp hou«e from the ground upward*, and finish and furnish irateria!s and deliver 'lie key* or in any way a per con tract, and of the quality and srchitectuial style azreed upon, aod at the tinr» specified. Cn be seen at my shop or office on Fulton Street, be tween Second and Third. P. EICHKR. Contractor and Hooae Builde-. Pu nnrxt.us: Mr. J. A. l.iahatn. Tho». W. Clajett. Esq., (i'.-o. C. Div :i, E-q., Rev. Win. II. Wiliinni". Keokuk, Apri! It*, iflr. I'diior: VOl" may announce my name f«»r caudiditeto aell every article of Dry Goods ard Groce rtea cheaper than ever., as I am ar-xiou* to raise money to buy a few lo'y. which I caji't do well after the election, as thei'ewillhc a^ireadfwl rrti«e in propeitv, f°r I shall tnx every lot in the city 10 percent per wtck, if I am elected to carry on our Rati road, t« be paid iti the b'nk Weekly, w iich will complete one mile of our Rom] week ly.* How manv weeks will it take to compete thisrra l? Who onus the road, Je county. the city of Keokuk, or the property holder*?— If you fsnd you pay over Ihe wholesale price for any article in any of my stores you can retina thearti. lea. S. 3." BILLINGS. Main Street, Kaokuk, Iowa. March 23, lKifn dtjf Meat Market. THOMAS AwDaEW T. HownEN, late senior Prpfessor of ware room, where he hope* to receive a share oi ditions to our stock as the season advai.ee* Book Keeping ati Commercial Science in the I public patron iee. THOS. CROSS. Dres* Silks Mercaatil« C.dleg* of Penuavlvanta. Feb. 2J, 1855. dtf In g*eat variety* andJateM t»«Jterns. dtf Pr\ i'- U K E E & O ^5 )!uintbrlwffii ill Hit sis., Keokuk. S«f Ai.K i.'«w opening wi'.V .t l.v and D- mesiic Dry Go«o!s, D.cember d&wly Kt'OkOl Ifooli-Bindery HLA^K HOOK .MANUFACTORY Jan SO, IK5|.-d}s.w I A N K BOOKS made and ruled to any recjuu cd AXES'. AXES. I) pattern,—Court Kecords, Ju*ticea» Dockets,. TtJgTreceivedhy steamer ed at short notice tT* Old Books, Magazines, MusiCj frc.,bound 01' re-ioun«! in any style desired. tlT My Bindery v*illbe found Jfam,between Second and Third streets, sign ol the '1116 COUK," ISAAC N. PJEKCE. Assevsora' Books, Poll Iloyks, &.C,,4.c- Adolphe Heimcke, Jo ha M. Kstel NIMSWLRE DI'POT. 6l Hcinicke stel, S i -t U I -I a e a a i I dealers in I N A A S S i U K K K N S W A K O O K I N O LASSES, SOLA LAMPS, KIT AN MA WAKE, TEA TKAYS, TABLK CUTLERY, Ac. fcc. i.e. Ko.2« North Mam jtrtet, fcl. LOtJIH^ Mu. A. HEI.NU KK k CO. J. M. KSTEL fc CO. Wo. 3J« Broadway, No 06 Market st. 'PHK above houses would respectfully cjH the »t 1 lenti.'ii of the public to their complete assort' un'Mt tbe Ute»t styles of ^«oda in ttieir stole, ,, wtiu b, foi the act oaiinodaiK.n of their ist/ mera. STffWt KXAMJ ^V^THeT s ^L'^I I V'*J. **_ places, a.sunilf ahall l«k« leasute in showing my lioods ki. !A WutiVl AJO). the public that then stick cannot be eatelled fa ie«.m! to prim and ron.pleteness. Ass-tt«£. Crittes ^«r o-mitry Me thants kept constantly »a band. Pamcuiar attention paid I# packing. March ta)*. 3«i.:4 w v A ftUUUSOK' ill M) AMI'AM |, .-AU UAWliBK« iiJ cur otsn Ittiporistiou 1 11^— 1 •iisimfca dllHBMMMMMMea«tanMHK H. W. L18EB ACCH. ^KaLI.!• in Wntci:ra. iru ft*, Kftnry and Varie ty Coeds, Musical I nsi on.eiit t, and Tova e »If kind. W atcht s,Clock* a:iti Jewelry repaired. OKI Gold and SU*c i bou jbt. Mam street hi tewceD Fovitii biX itt!. ,U(»oi£uk lo'wa, tm»r.v8»6J.d farcy. & Kiibournr, DIKF .CT Inpoitfr* an-1 Dealer* i* CM:.a W5tl Qu^tri,wate, have ia«t rvretvt'd Dc'ran 'STt'fttfrier. STREET*, G*ri. P(sitofyv"Utrtthf-fim cru'fti well a=»otted Ottkery ware, whicti th*A olFet ft- Cr-uHtry rr.ple!f\ Dealeisat \ery lt« They aSeohn'c in afore prices. for VToiimc mid Lot for *ale. /'I K!'1:for s.i!e 11if- Hoiif-e ai I,nt where I l/no-A ri ~id»?p on H!.-» de«u r.i-ar the coi u#r of Second stieet, (Lot 8, Block ine the p-ern'^f a Ccme lock for yeuraelvcs, we'll not lead yon a-.tray. For such wonders as these are not out of om way And all who've not callel for once venture out Aal see what By ell. the Artist's** about Follow me to the plafe wheie many may come. Either wishing fi*r picture-, or wanting lor none IV No. S6. MAIM I!.'tween Ttttfin and CRO^s notifies the public that he wll U»in to cash-or prompt time buyers low will open a Meat Stall on 3d st.eet, in the aa they can'purchase them in the west. We are I w ill open a ."Meat Stall on 3 i st:eet, in the aatney can-purcnase inem 111 uw «««. 1** sit FACULTY. hou, e of T. \V. Johnson, adjoining the cofliri daily receiving, and will continue t" receive ail* \y !.•«• STOCK FOIL-ij \'ariety Goods. ar- pets,4 c.ac winch we shall otter te dealers at very low figures and as one of cur firm resuiet in Ntw Ydrk for the, special purpose of purchasing for this and one other concern, we shall be in re ceipt (i daily additions to our stock. We respectfully ask merchants en|) dealeri in general to examine our stock befbre purchasii^. Keokuk-, Sept. UO, lf-64. dikvv«18. Kr.OKtK. FT. dytYt S A (he Ci'v trade,! A S S^tulford, Dinner and Ten rc't el Cliiia nil Fw then-ware Hei Nortlirnp, S and I,. trips. .*iric r^itr^j'i, Chandelier?, Flitiu-btttifii Lattipw. ftiovtded with all the necessary »rr ippem«iitafr»r 1ttnblers, Molasses Cans, Jarf, I!riltai i,.-w«re. Keoknk.Jan. I, 1?£6. l\d Lamp*, iMrtginp (jlubea, ami LarlPrr.«.L'ir.kirg BEN. F. DCDSON.l liEKMIAAT TAIIOIf, X«. Tlitt S'ii »o Ma:..' ji i.aor., KtOKl K, IOWA. KEF.P3 a geneiul assortment of French, Eng lish at American Cloth.*. Ca-6imere«, and VeMircs of the very fine-t qnniitr, and the most fashionable patt.-iDS which he will makeup to ordtr at the ho.'U«t notice, in the latest stvle.— AI-mi a«n»i) a^or»t.:t r.t ol Shirt0lilivay? on hand. Feb. 8th, 1855, dlj Srnfcrr, 'tis plain to be seen. FOPBTII titudes been, April 17, l£55. 3tn fiuiu*b- of«f Geo S«nter, rhia nt-j O N II). Terms Skeelt, a !i Petsons wishing t.» purciiaf-e, can call and exam DC. 17, lV",4-tf A..P.-. CHANM.l'H. S. A. lf K K, Slunnfactureref nnd Prutrr In BOOTS AND SHOES, AT fi* MAIN STREET. tSTSign of the Mammoth Hoot K BO k u k. Iowa. A U E E O Y E S U' 't i: .. .1 ner and nook Of Knell's Gallery, and fourd all nit e as a hock Hie SKVUGHT rf fitted, *o spacioi-a nd grand, 'We can a-sure, there's n »ne such el ewheie in the land Which ren !eia his pictures without blemish or spotf* Takendearireufkrr or cloudy it at all matter not. And then his ca-es. are «o spl^rdld, so f:rp, KOSSVTH, Ut\ cf P. T. I MOB, PEA*l, MACUF., And other lancy, noi e so grand have you seen in your day. But don't interrupt us, 1e*s on with our story. Although not talent enough to explain alll!"" KiorJ'» where there's mul Wf will tiud tlas gentleman bu^tlin" r.round, ••'o hiisy, he can find scarce »itne"to turn rontwi," Will supply you with pictures faallless and true, I'|r,i*e to srt'down. u knw he will suit you. One moment—hen-'- pitture looking never so nice, \n 1 anotiier thing he n high in hi.' price, Imndredji will .-ay who crowd weekly there. Prices lower, picture* better, than ar« found ptsewheif. BY A CIIIAKK. wit'Eftur ot-v er Stock v*.n Ari-.iSATfi ot every description, for sate to Artists at reasona ble price*, M^in St. Keekuk.Iowa. March 21, l^"r d&wly iwr» Did W38. 4-OOIIS IIOIMI'], IU ll». «SHll !»*, At O. At the oh! *tand Foc i itterfon ik^hi Id?, AVS2, Mam Shctt, Ki:oKL K, WW.i. rKAt.LRS 1» Dry Gssds, Mi aw Oswia, and Naltons. IT E would inform the Merchants of Iowa, w that we have a large and elegant r'taetr of slyle. GootI?, suitable for this season's trade, and will Keokok, Feb. 13, dAwly. Ri.IJ). SHIELD? t» O Mareh 30J IBiif) d2mwly. M0fc*a 8. F00TI5. H. I- BARTLETT. I OOTK: & i O Forwarding umi toiniiiissioii lieirkasts, A N i i i A Railroad and ^t( «imlKat Agouls, 1 EAST Ill RLINtiTOX, ILL#. OOTE Ic CO ore the MIIMAOT* K:iiS«*oa«t C'oiii|anv. Il:v7:. if,. O V FOHWAKUFKS'* in the East ?id.e of the Rue- their Ware Jiouse being connected with the Railroad Freight House, and but a few rods from the river. Goods and Pioduce can be forwarded to and l"r«»m tbe Cars or P«oats ''WITHOUT JIEI.A*•" They also offer "supesior inducemen'*" to shippers and inercliants, being agents for the gnat t'nion Express Company, Burlington, Iowa. Peteut Reefing. 20( 9 lbs. Felting, 25 bbis. Composition, for sale by CLEGHOR.V& HARRISON. April 14, IW. w sale .11 lot |.,f poristton, pist received and tor i I 'aSK, PftH.a*at Gossamer i !i** aad Voguea" caletrrata*') A*e« 'and for sale low by BALDWIN,EVANS&CO. March 13, 18j.". I DOZEN men's fine fashionable Silk Hals IU of the latent spring and summer style for sale cheap at SHELDON'S HAT EMPORIUM. April 2,"». 1855. wly DOZ. men's and boy's Leghorn, Swiar e)VJU Lenett, Pedal and Palm Leaf Hats los KL |O N »S HAT EMPORIUM. April 25, 1*W. wly WOOUKJi WARE* 12-) dozen bucket 2 and hoops, 10 neet tube, (3 Io dozen we I buckets, 10 Uoateti half bushel*, 5 do chti MI 5 do tar buckets, r^l do bloom*, lKi do Wash board*. 50 gro«s c'ofhep pit.*, patent and plain, 20 dozen wood fjvncetts, 3o do shoe btu*lie*, 5 do large tul». home manufartura. For #,»!» by CLEGIUJHM At HAKItlSON. April 14 |NM. w ttdMhs Wahliiiiirlon I nu n Iiisuniace Co,, C1J-:VT.LANI), OHIO. Capital, ^,10.000. Officer?. n. nrxiiAM. rr«i.i«i» •, GLOKGIC MVCATT, Vice I'i cgidettt*n4T:e O. N. fKtr.t.s, Secretftty Gtonor. B. Scnter. GeptirJ E Dickue. 3o assessment has been made, vjioti tl Hearses and carnage" furnished, and the eti tire ariancements of the funeral attended to w hen required. Keokuk, April 12,1853. dy 1'lrmtar Saws. A SMALL lot large M*»-9 iust received J'V BALDWIN, EVANS &. CO. Ma cf.11, 1S55. j. \v. Hcuocids' I.I'MUEE VA11D, KEOKPK, O". Concert afreet, between ot th of M«n e-t. A Lumber and StiiiigU s. hand. ,J Agent. J)i: for«. Gen Mygaft, Cleveland I RD'inham, C!tve]pn do do d» dn CWC'dk. do W Powell, do Baker, Norwsljt No aleaia or special fiid Tlie J'»hn Clai k, Bri)ti*w i( k pared to take risks on the safer cfns v- s o e y e i e a n a atii/rfe, and are so invested that the rttnds CAN ONI.Y BE USED TO PAY LOSSF haztidous riska Company has nites. EDWARDS It TURNER, Age-a,. Mtiary 15th, 1855. 6»jd IV .TIcKcr A- 'I fint~cr man'* LIVERY STABLE. HIS stable, ?iiunieii on iniro street, hetw* -i. Alain and ftloruleati afreets, i« huge and rt.tn iTtodiou? and especially fitted up and adapted Ihebu5inea, and tiie undesigned »rt'Utnplv pre paied to acconirnodate tl eir iriei.d'1 and the pub- pointy. lie generally, with Saddle Horses. 15nr t:ie«t and Carriages at reaeonal-ie rates. They also kr^p Horses by the day, week, or month SAME. MrKF.B, W. T1MEERM AN. K«»ki:k, Ocl.H, 1S54- tf Jnst Rcrrirrd, i!IIECT li ihe tnai uta-t-ry of D,r.v-.^ Warren Hi ic, a !aiu' at« 1 well »«*•:!. »5(-ck of Gold Pens, ranging from the largest of fice down to tlse finest pointed Indies' Pen. The reputation of the manufactors is guarantee enough for the quality. 1 AUo some fine Gold Pencil* with P^ns. G. 3d. HirsTOX 22, '53. !Aw Jan J. w. JuliR»t«n, U N n (i 1 r. n A K AUKlE and PAnta and pet fee ted his arran?enients in every d«:.ar!- oient. it COR St ER JOH*SO* k THIRD SiTKEI'T*. on lbs siii*fs of Under- ta viiiU in all i»a branch"* He ha* There 1? none the city thuMvill them ouUhin*} recently made extensive additions to his «t. rk P&tfQt Mftaliif Bu ialCa$K, imperv loos to air and indestructible, highly or nainented and i- valuable for the preservation ot tbe dead, a« well as coffins of eveiy style and finish furnished fo order. 4'h and jth ^l^ee' large ««•*, rinient b» S tj". ill! n I« a s «t^» 1 v S:t!l|r« aud ll.iriKis». Wm :.r.- '.\i- Re.rAn,. L. II. TURNER h*t pnichased the entire stock of S B. Good rich & Co. and wdl carry on the business of saddle and h* ne- maKing in all i's branches at the rmeriy occupied by J. C« Trimble, No. .Vi Maui Street. Hi* st«"*k r*nsi«ts of the b«st material to be found 11the Ctncii.n«ti mat ket, and he can ofF«-r induceRjenls tothe trade either at whoieaal« or retail WHIPS. He !ias a!o every iif y le of whip*, which can be had at wholesale lower than anywhere ebe io this city, PafticuU -\ttention given to BrrAikiKC. Job willbedoB the shortest notice, aod in gooi Tcaacisst Irsa, arc now receiving, ip sddjtion to our pres E eo stock of Iron and BIm ksmith Tools. Ci lectly frcm the manufacturers, fo tons assoited si u s Bar lion on which we will be nb'e to give oui cti-tc.mers the bet efil of th# n-cei iterhne tr. tti marktt also 1*0 slabs assuittd aiz.es I low Stec), to which the attention of dealers ai.d Idack: tuith is diiccted. Feein de'irous of enlarging ibi* bt i.nch o' eur t.'siucss, we are j-.repai ed to ofter tb necessary induf ements to cH«toiuera to tcnnni lis 1 the tame. CONNABLK, SMY I *r CO. SAVE THE FlKCEt. notrCSON'S W Diamond Cenent w ill stick them together sothatthey will stay and no mistake Call ai AYHKS', corner of Third and Main Street and get a bottle. I iuly 14 i'kw) I'ROF. 1. WOOD'S HAIR ESTOK ATIVIE K have never known any other Meitioine w in so lorK« a shaie of public conftdeoce in so short a time,as this has done. It has not been more than a year since we Hrst heaid of it, and it navi stands at thj head of all remedies of the kind [Chester Hciald. Well ma, the editor aay this, for the intrinsic merit of the compound ha* enabled the proprietor to sell within the past ten month* in the cities of St. Louis and New Yora more than one hun dred thousand dollars worth of certificate* from the iniehigentamt gentlemen of national reputa tion, of which the following is ene: Carlyle. Ill-, June 27,18.M. I have used Prof. O.J. Wood's Hair Rcstor* live, and have adnuied its wonderful effect. Mj hair waa beoming, as I thousht, prematurely gray, but by the use of his "Kestoiative, a supplr permanently to GiLMojtr & MCKKWKT. ,J Keokuk, lou'a, Julie ii-i '64 ldiw 1 y.^ is prices, and earnestly Valuab!? Jul Lots for Sale. IMIK niHie: ^i^iird praj»"f?t« fo fell a orttrtn nf the TittCl litiowh as the "damble Farn," t» ten acre lots The above land is *itn»ted abent n mile Crowi the town plaf of Kf-ckuk, at'.t) li'.iny *feje3»ilitul fi'el (or private r^idriicfef. 'Ih* Jat-.d fcting rich and ritua ed rrtnvef ient to the ci'v. and bpyctd the reach of (he dust from Crouruh, &c. 'Twins Jai-oh Perkiis, Warren "A] ri- W, 1855. Kohitifon, Bedford. Th is trell known Company is pre are take The sum to be lr.tttrcd in the «atr.e riciait limited to a it piudcnt r-mount. completed tf.e l.juith of its exigence, and the Directora have yfar hern rtier in meet all tone* without the neceaaity ol a tax upon tbe preu,i»m notes. (eases salines, to tu rces ro e, SiS bid* t»t, to jt ch jt, rosin, Ks Ixs raisins, to hi' and qr b*a do 5ft boxea mustard, 13 cornstarch, *0 do 1. brooms, *OD Its broom twine, 2» boxes i-xea, 7S bids cracatrs, 1 resumed its original color, and, 1 have no hydney Breese. F.x-Senator United State*. Aluo circulars, which can be bad of the Agents. H. II. Avr-rn. A-«ni i e I o a i o n S. W. &. H. TUCK Eli, Imporlrn and WIIOICJU'C Drslrn, HAVE this day received per bhip Shamrock from Liverpool fo New Oi learii, and steamer on the Mississippi an invoice of Cutlery, Ftlea, 1 Edge Tools ice., direct liom the Manufacturers^ in Sheffield which, together with increased pur chase* from American Manufacturers, form the largest Stock of Miscellaneous Hardware and Cutleivever brought to the State of Iowa solicit cxairinatien of ther. the same previously to going far- March-22, I^5i. dtw VJFADES & SHOVELS, a laifc* stock of vari* 0 ous qualities for »«d« by 4hw S. W. H. TUCKER. 'POV SPADES, Hot*, i for *ale the Plank Kaad.cfT-m the m«M vatu«ble loca- 4 1^ O PI I rid i tioii# for Matket Gaiden», TJur.-ei it?, Will be n»ad «*SY and Pm.-!U title CIIIC400 AKO Bl KI IX-TO^f ICJT'iSl 'fiT" CyivT-: vii'.'yV 'TTiT* HAIL JIUAl? L1AL1 (l*cort» & Otju iwlia, ntra! Miii'nry Tract V (Juicago, Burlingtcn ii Quincy Huilroal«s^ Im !»v comple'td, and Trains run Hie eo'iie 1. utance fr-m CHICAGO to liUKLiNU TON, Iowa, without ctsfjn«,'e ol car*. most direct rente to Chicago, New York, BoVon. I hit iotf Iphia, and all o her pou ts 2 Jtuihj Tramt have Curling!on Sun days excej d. 1. DAY KxpBt.ss,—THROUGH 7. 30, A. Arrivtt at Chtr&gn the same evening, passing tltriiiigh Afonnu nth, G.'lesbnrs, Piinceton, and in? ecli,1 it Met.'iota with th* Illinois Central Rail Hoad. to LiSalle, Blornnington, Spungfietd l»catur, Jackiotniile, aiti! r..:jde.- also MHh (jileitii an i Dunlcith. 2.—FXI'RI.SS TIMOTFIR». 7 'JO, 9- Conrectir# with fllini is Oential Rati itoad at .Met. lota lor St, Lout* an C.iro iiiect. Tra ns on the above Kotds run in c!o*e cun nec'i u, avoiding all laying over at any of the i |Th« Rrnd eonnect* at Chicaco with the Mich igan Central arid Michigan Southern Road*, and with #!1 th" K ah Uadiiig to the Atlantic Cities, Miio, Kentucky at P»»n• av Itania. Pa-sertets leaving Bdrltngton at T, P. M reach Galena *1 Dunku'h ill !2 In u and St. I.ouiiin 2t) hour*. liy this route jsas«ei,i,ers will r?achthe interior P'Utioi.s of Ohio and Indiana in le s ftnte, and -.wih fewer charge*, than by any 1 ther route, connecting, via Mn hi^an Central *t Michigan City, with the New Albany and Salem Road, the'ice to ail point* soulli and sou'htas'. Baggan# ch» ckm! direct through to Chicago, and no c! arge for hand tine at anv point. Ttrot!g Ti'-fcets by thi" Route can be pur cUa«ed at the liaii Ro f)ffice in liurhngtorw ,E°* MIS.suCKl mow. loo tons ass'd iron of every aizej *0 do do plow steel 2(^00 lbs No. I ste 1 A PRUNING!ale i I 4 IV V Ji I A.the Warranted. WM. C. GRAHAM. the H. HA Mt N D, Superintendent, 1 Rl Mti K, Ti« ket At'en!. Hurliic'ou. C. E. FOI.II.J Cl'irago, Mav Is'.tSia. i!lc* a i v v v» f» e v? y mi %t 1: Ito d. T- wood buckets, I case ptunes, in boxes, 40,C0J feet fuse, It) i.oxes citron, SO cte* lb and hf lb C«i S'JO drums figs, ister poveder, 23 hhU D-yton ale,fresh, 100 b» xes matif.e*, (0 boxes ink, loo t.D'.'S st.ot all *ise* 3 tons bar leatl, «»0 I) caps, 10* water proof do Keokuk, Mt. Pleasant and 'Mus carine Hail Hoad.Co. NOTICEthehereby is given that the annual tnee'- irg (,f Sto« kholdeis of ti e Keckuk. .%ft. Ple«sant and Mu«catme Rail Itoad Company will be held in Mt. Pleasant, at the couaty Conn House, at the hour of o'clock r. M.,on W ednesilay, June 20lli, 1H )5, for the purpose of eh'cting eleven rectors and trufcvacting the businefti incjileiit^l thereto. LAU HIND E WE Y, President, May 23, 1855. d2w^.3tw Blacksmiths' Tool*. fjX AbSOH.l Kl sizes Armit-ve M. H. Anvil* 20 pr bellows .iti 30 10 ao inches 30 solid box vires ass'd Size* 2 dozen blacksmith's butressea 6 uo farrier knives 30 do ass'd flies and rasps 6 do sere» pbtes, all size* 1 cask hand and sKdge bammere cast German aud linglish BUcte AU of which is offered to mercha" and blaek smith* at the lowest price andlon tl e be*t terms* i ^s to the qu^liti of tne ii on it if not necessary to speax as it is untpiestionable- IU*' ..V II i A MM THOS. J. March 22,1855. which they offer and guarantee to he at St. Lou-, HOST HOLE SPAlMiS from Dealer* an by 1 tl W &. II TUCKKIl. March 22, d&w FUaiwsys V i A N -1 a n I S u i iat e sltock on hand a«4 iot §»l« l»w RICE A Cn. AX ES. STtiCK of the favorite brands on hand and for saje low by S. W. & H. TUCKER. March 2», 1855. d&w RAGE & OX CHAINS on hand and far .*al« by March 22, 1853. ti. W. & II. TUCKER. dSuv Hoes AVERY large and v,nied'stock for sale bv S W. &. If. TUCKER. Murrh 22, 1«5S. dfcw HOOKS St SAWS, different terns, for by at S W. &. 11. d&w of le by Ame*.' make, for S. W. & H. TUCKER, March 22,1855. d&vv U A WS—Just, received a Inrge stock of circular, O muley,saih and cross cut Saw*, which we will warrant and *fll al S' I/uis pricr*. ri BALDWIN. EVANS&C0. MnTEDTOILET WARE. -:~T~ JN SET 18, for aa|o by Mav 1. 1H53. bf NEW and auigularlv successlu*. r.-nedyior cure ot ell bilious di^ea'-e*. er.«fh er e*», tndige-tion.jautidice,dropsy. rheurratism fevers, gout, h'iinoiH, uervtiusnesy, it rib bi'lfy, inflsm- i trjitir.n«,headache,pains inthebieijt,aide, lack, 1 and limbs, female complaints, &c. 4ic. Indee i very few ate the diseases in w hieh a ynga! ive medicine is. ru mere or le*« required, i.nd imicl: i sirkne«s and sufleiing hi prevented if a harndefs but fffVcfoal cathatfice Were rr.orefife4 ly used .No peoon can feet well while a cos* live habit of body prevails besides it sot n ?e»» er*t« s serious aid rften fatal di*ae flrVk*** i might 1 eve b*rn avoided by the timely and :»j'- diciou* use of a gooJ purgative, llii* is a true of colds, feveridi v rnrtor::'. and bilious de- rangemrnts. Tbev all tet f. hf cr me or produce the deep t-eated and ff.rtnidab'e dlstemj er* which load the hearse* ail over the land. Hetca a re- liab'e faintly physic ii» of the fif-t in portanre to the public health, and thii pill ha.i h»« rj peifect- ed with consummate *ki!l to ttieet tl at demand, An exter'sive tual of if* virti-e,« by physicians, i prcfe«sora and patient# has thown results »nr- passing any thing hitherto knonu of any medi cine. Cities have been efn-cted beyond beltei, were they not substat-tisted by persons of Such' exalted position and CharrxU-j t- to foibidtlM suspicion of untruth. Among the mar v eminent ge f' men wit* hara testified in fsvo of the-e piili». we may meu'iof, Iliict. A. A. Hams, Ar-a!?«cai •o: also, T, General Ticket Agent* Chi* 1 A row Al o. U b«l*ts|e (iwert. dtstm IH TF »?•».r lr», A Karvi uritin and ooiiiiiktlcn .Uer hants, iS-is (it s:id j-i-'lf ff, ARE now receiving tt.e fohowing, completing heir siuing sti ck, wbi' th» y otter U» thu irade at very low rates. Tt.ey will do justice to any or ders th-y ruty be tavoted with »lu» tihd» N O sufar. fct) oejts ttt»s, SO b!'i* r.eictu r's elf!, to z tar buckets, 2S i»»3f *ntl crusf»cd,*'f' do* fine washt.os da,~ 0 8 molasses, «0 bones clothes pttia* plantation 100 ceils waulla rope, 00 llelct.er's S &-5> lute gedden s rup, t$ doi hetup and grtss ted 0 pkgi hf tW ke* 4a cords, •.'On sacks hiocrtfee, *®0 bo**s wind, w glass, k'tt old gov Jav» do »«st n/e* bisnUs, 3i 0 kecs nai!i..assi si/es,f 0 boxes tumblers, fty i.\t toap, 10 t'*£ [it, I I pt A jt flasks *•0 do stoi i andlcs, ftcert or.* at itasek iu-:i^o '0 i!o m' uld do Cask p/uue inaddt r, 76 l.t chests '.es s, asst, a I bis slum, boaes J« t® pj^eras, 100 as hewi» tobacco,its sitka ptpper, various brands,' spic«, SO bx* rut hewing and »C boxes gro. jepper ar.! fiiiokinK Co pimento, riga»ia and prinope 5 bales eh rca, cigars. I case ntrmefa, ss 1.1*e» Ci.ha sixes. »o bi ves gro. rfer, fiat) i pi me l. Apples. 5S do/ )t*il poutierk, 800 1M piiiue D- f'aih-s, *0 bid* dirt nuts, loo p' rs s-tetatus, fctla, to I u f*«sh pea n«sts, iHOhca, kegs, fun baies eottou batting, kees foda, 10 tan die *u k, 400 bt s» wrsjtj 'g paper, 7* bags ration yarn, 1 no reams let. &c*p do *tt coioied and white *t pkgs ,-t It 3 mackc-rel carpet chain, diums e.o. li»h, SO bales wippmg twine. bus s tnoked ttciring, S# txxes ft. L4mus starch tie gta/ct, 60 do* 1hon»a=' oysters, 100 b^xes etndy, 304 keg rritle autl mining tiewder, i Chemist Boston, and State Aasav»r of Ma-»ichuseft*, whose high proleasional cb«r»cter i endorsed by Hon. EDWAIIC ed State* ROKKBT Kvr.i rTT, SVnator of tbe Unit 43. \V 1 n 1 j-, S Hou«e uf Repre*ei i v A BUOTT Lawrka* •John hi.er o! th." Mint"#!#? I^ea. to KnrtensI FITZI-ATJ tu, I attv he Lit-hop »l l^os- Dr. J. R. CitttToN. PracCe*! t'l ecUr cl Ntw Vork Ci'v. eidor?ed by Hon. W. L. Marf Wm B. S. l.i.EAKn v, f*rcrefh v S'atr A^TO*, the richest man in America Si. Co.. prepuetois of the Metro- poli'ari Hotel, and others. I).d^space permit, we. couhl g.ve many bnnd- red c.-riihcate* from a!I parts wheie he pdls haye been ti«ed, but evidei ce even rnoie coi einr- ing than the experience cf public men, is fooud in (Im-it efFects upon trial. Th"e pill*, the re*idt of Ion« investigation and study, are r»ffer»d to the pwbhc as tbe bes' and most ci-mplete which the pre*ent state ol medical science ran afford,. are compound ed not of the d?ng« tl. nt»e v h. hut of the tneds*- inal virtnes only cf tegefal-ie remedies ej«irrcted i by chemical pmce.'S la a sla't* of purity, sod e« iittuiiod together in »uch a U i»»:ier a* to Fttsur* th«« best resalts. Thi* sv-tem .f composition far medicine has been 'OliT.d. in the Cher 13 Pec'oral and Pi both, to pr Juce a tT.ofe effic.n.t leme- dy tlian had ther'o been ot-t.rned by any pr*- ce*s. The reason is perfectly obvious. 'While by the old MM'de of'c«*ir»po*itir.n, eveiy metiicine i.i bunieitejd u ith more or less of «c 1 smonious "al"ft'oj'riou« rprlitie* by 't is each individual ittue onlj 1' v desired for f!e eijratrve e(T»rt I- pieaeut. A'-, the leert and obnoxiou* "-nly quaii* es of ea«:i. 1 -ta-'-ee empioyed are it Ubind, the curative virtue* bejr refatr r,!. Hei-ee if is self-evident »l.e effect* si,' uh! prr te »«they have proved n purely media), »t.d lb« pillsi a surer, mo we fnl ant-date t© t!i#ea*« U»ri any other rn- k v.v» lo !},« warbj. As it is ti* o-ly •••p'd.i.t ft,at mv »»d cine* siicmi 'aken sittdfir theco«ti*eltif aa at tending phv -i and as be could not pr peily judge of a i»ti v witSu ut knuwit |t its eonpu- v -i* I bnv«* i 'he accurate f. imuljc y eh bo'h n. v "«tl «i Pills are made tu 'h* whole V 1 practitioner* in tlie I'nifel S'atesaod R»i!isb Aineiican Pihv ince*, ll bow- »-ver theie should be any one who has not re* c.c. d, they w ill be prompt'^ for.tarued by ol at hi* 'i )f all Ih' n leoes !ba* are effered, lu'wv few v j.l I I ,-k. 0 if their composition wa* 1.1 om ti1. The ,* li i t|uir uij steiy. I haie r«o rnyfet^i The 4!ir:positi. n of r*-v p^epeeittor-s h-I«h1 open to all men, nod all who am competent to judge cn tb» subiect fre ly acknowledge their conviction* of their inftinsir merits. The Cher ry Pectoral wa* pronounced by scientific men to be a wondeilid ihe die in..- before its efi.cts weie known. Many ru iiwa* phyMCi «n» have declar ed the same thu gof iuy.pi!!. a .J even wre con- fi.lentlv, and are willifig fo certify fhrtt their an ticipations were mo:e than real.zed by their el- 1 fecfi u|«n tnai. They operate.by tlieir oweriul inflaeace on the i' ternal viscera t« purify the blood and Mtm- illate i! into lie-althy p'-'ivt.—n move the obstruc tions of the tou a"1), bowels. I ver, and other or gan* of the body, ie*toring their iitegular action to health, and by correcting, whenever they ex* i»t, such dcrar gements £s aie the h:-tcnt,mol di*ea«». Prepared by JAMES C. AVER, Practical and Analvtieal Chemi*t, Lowei!. Mas*. Piice2.N cent- per box. F've boy ft for $1. Hold by H. Ayre«. Keokuk, wholesale ami 'retail Fort Madi.*on. E. Whitirv i bro. Keo sauqua, G. I^etb Montiose, 11. Singer aid by all drnggista erery where. janlluft** C, W. Sanflfrf?, FURNITURE WARE-HOC MS* MAIN STK 1' ET, li'-t. :ird and 4ih Street*. KEiht'K. IOWA. THE under cignr has now 1.. hi* Waie-Rooms, and de sign* keeping constantly on hand a w !I selected assoitment Of all kiinNof Fur- nifure embracing MARBLE TOP DRESSl NG, and plain Bureau'- fine and plain Sofas fine and plain centre iu" card Table* canes'at and wind- *or Chairs, rocking Wiaira ol every description from a plain wooden seat, to the finest haircloth stuffed seat plain and fancy turned cottage Bed- Steads of the lateat styles 'Lounges &.c. Looking Glasses of all ei/.e« clocks, carpet- 5 ings, floor un ^'"or mattings, floor at.d table oil cloths, matlia est, feather dusters,carriage trim- mings, window shades and trimmi-ng*, and ev^ry Other article usuallj kept in my linf of business, Part of my stock was mad'- under my own su- pervitiion.and the rest bought frou: manufactor- ie» of higii tariding, BO A W i U K E »KI:hu HOP*. 1HOWTH oi IS*', 1* Uva pound or bale, for *al« that I can warrant every article for durability and finish of workmanship, i My object is to e«!f !blish a permanent business here, and not 011 the Peter Funk principle andl jasan inducement to personsto pui chase of me, l| :»m resolved to sell at the lowest Ht Louis pries. Call and examine mv stock before purchasing. I elsewhere. I will alwav» take pleasure in show- ling furniture to Ladie# ami Gentlemen who call on nie, whether they feel inclined to buy or not,- may 31 '51—tf G.W.SANDERS. I tNEODOi'x ar.Tis. jon* ». atau.EMv, BEITS k MELLEJV, ri CwsiaUsion and For-rarding Merehar N*. 3 City Bnlldings, Saint Louis, Mir 1.| n i Russel a BecriStt, Child, I'ratt & C». O. It. Pilley, Woods, Chrijty & Co. .J. McCrecry & Co. Oi'ty Met one is Co, fcast, Wiley (t Ba*|, 8- Sj, J. Hamil, Wilson it Brothers, a 2 6 w D1 ^atl««s AC*} Crow, McCreei James Watson, Young Brotheri C. W.Stontrfci Capt. K- W Go Rhodes, Pegran fr. t7. Loacr, Kenick A.C0 W. s. tiilmau. J. F. Coiattock i.Co. usd PasiUI isnrlea. f)* Etes, Casiiheres, Twee.fx. fffrfr ^ki' and ('tape Coatings, Twilled and Pl»m ilurt dee Linens, bleached linen drill, cord arid ducL Rrown and Buff Coating and wtnffow ha'31* 11 ant, a choice &»*«iti&ent taeeived and now pen, n f* I. Foji 1 R.