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.£* RODf ltH lt fc r.
^CARP£Vmfc« A.ND Bl-ILDEH*,
fcSbop on Fifth and Blondeau.
AiJ OULD announce to the citizen* of Keokuk
and virini'y that they are now prepared to
ler'.- ke butl.liig* of all kind* for completion.
,: §ud wi do a!l work e,v,ru»ied tv {.hem in
ivorkmatiltke manner. i
They also intrad to connect with their business I
E
at iin
ttlc
have ordered maierialtVorn
It. Lours with whit) they expect to male betur
fooU than ar.y ever made jr. tl.n dfv. Give "s a
KOUEHiCK k LEE.
April 18, 1S55. fiao
m- GRAHAM CA^K,
wMule*A'.k A.ND un A I I KHI TM
§tok5, SUtiourry, Pnpcr flanpingf, Ac.
eliiokuk. IOWA.
%f"E^SRS. GRAHAM
It
C\VK. would tespec
JM fully announce to their u u nd and the pub.
|§C,th.U they have opened a laipe »tock ol Book*
•M~S?*tionery in Crcham's Building, on tecond
*tr»et, one d»or north of the Post Office. Th*
^ock comprises a vari assortment of mttceiip
«eom clttmal, tchooi, and music book* IK
WtucK addition ate made s'.most daily !y receipts
from the principal publishing h.utes in the L'm
tg4 Staus, of 11 r.ew at:d popnl:r hooks. Fur-'
«fcjsert win ri .tl on «ur the
All tbc woild is rtadinc ih«
THE
I ret many choice vol-
|i emes i! eleg.mt bindings, suitable for preterit*
also, a jrreat vr.riety of beautiful ar'.uiet of fancy
Stationer), exprcstlyfor the City tiade. We is.
attention of country laerhmti and al i
buyert. It wiil be our constant aim to give -ui
•tatDoier* entire
a atUfaclion.
July 6 54—d.
HL BKST AND FUN Nit.ST AGAZ1NKS
tile b«.«t Tale*. Kketchea. Poe'rv, and the most
iBagha^ 5,e Jnkfa ever produced by human wit.
Vanane Notions, or Whitlinp of Jonathan's
Jhick Kuite lectorijI Picayune London Punch
Brother Jonatl.an Dutchman Know Nothing'
Alinaij?, &,c (IRAl'AM & CAVE.
Lite
and Urauiiett
Fanny Fern.
reader will find tins work possetise® tl e
Eitrraattrac'iv» features tliat character:?!*
jdl rr productions. They are alternately witty
•ad pathetic, caiaic snd Pooihintr, fpirkling
ftOd pensive. «m GR\HAM & CAVE.
faipcrtaat u Ontldera
ft^HE Moilel Architect, a serirs of original de
JL atjna for cottaffes, villas,Ruburhari residence*
)pe.,*accompatiied bv explanation* and e*timat«9.
April 2, d.
to
GRAHAM CAVE,
A- t" COWKAU.E. 01 0» », aUVTIl. MUXOKJtA»?-K
lOWABIJ M|\ ril\ O.
f. r(i. I Hie r» i 11 Tr i: vtrr |r«H.
I nuivin fc in' oruin i 1 ot e rebantt,
Not. 61 tud iS, Levee,
Aiheirnow
BE receiving the following, completing
tpriac tt^ca, which th^y offer to thetrade
lit very Sow ratct. They will tlo justic# to arty or
4ert thf-ymsy lie favored with
Wo hlvl* N o tusar, 60 nettt tuV«,
•p bbla Beichtr'i elf U to iloi tar bucket*,
W loaf anil crujhed,
it
SO doz iinc w it h'oa. Jt,
100 S Hniniattet, 20 boxes clxthet p»na,
-M9 pljutation too coils »nni la iope,
•0 Beictier'a fi H^Sl tnt«
folder) t\,rup,
IS
do/ heoip and grtatbed
§0 pkgs hi htl 4- kg* do cordt, i
too ta sis Kio coffee, 390 bt*e* wind»'w
10 pock-la aid gov J»t a do attt sizea bianda,
iH) Kept tiaiis, astt siiesj^o tf-xot tumbler a,
to boxt'i tic ,, eo bxs pt, hi jit ii fljtkt 1
#0 do ttar cam'.let, S cet 'ioim icatea ludigo
§0 do m' till do cask prime inadd«i, i
ta b( cheats teaa, asst, 6 bfcis alum, i
fo boaea do i© coppera*,
100 bxt «h«wir.|r tobacco,18 #acka pepper,
rariout brandt, apic*,
bxt cut chewing and at toxet fro. pepper and
ani"kU4R
v
do jmuc-nto,
#0 regalia aL.d principe 3 bale* clovct,
cifiara, 1 chit nutmegs,
%l xca Cuba tixet- So 1 fixes pro. njcr,
$00 bu prime Apples, Sftdu? i«*l powder*,
bii prime U. Peaches, 3U bttlt du* kmdt nuta,
|00 puga a*letatua. bbia, £0 bu ftesh pea nuta,
t'OKca, kega, bale
a cotton batting,
*S k«-(js S sr da, to candle it a,
*••*•0 bM» wrapp'g paper, is bags cotton yarn, i
too reams let. & cap do *0 colored and white
*0 pl--« I, i H. 3 mai kerel carpet Cham,
A .Ii ui'.ii cot'tivii, 10 balet wisipitig twine
Ad bxt s»r.\okt'd. herring, 30 boxea St. Louis starch
ao Statch,
$ cases saH'.i::o»,
to tierces iitC|
V-ft
bbls tti,
to i'ch rosiu,
ti bxt raitiui,
#0 hf and qr bxt do
So dot rhema^' oyiters,
loo IMIXCI etiuly,
sou kegs i ifle and mining
tuiwder,
l®i dt wood buckets,
1 case prunes, in boxes, ao.ooo te« fute,
It) boxea citron, 40 case* lb and hf lb csn
00 druoit figt, istei powder,
#5 bfli Djytv.n ale,fresh,ICO boxes matches,'
#6 boxes mustard,
IS coinsUfcb,
A*»do brooms,
Aoo U-s broom twine,
boxet a*p9
^6 bl-Jb crac^tri,
JPKOF. ". J. WOOOI MAIR RESTORATIVE
hsve never known any other Mediciac
-•in so lave* a share of public confidence
}n so i iorl a tune, at this
feturned
I.
1
®0 iioxct i&!(,
loo baijs shot, nil sites,
t'ns liar lead,
®»a caps,
It* ii water proof do
Bis
4
done- it hat not
beer, more than a year suice we Pitt heaid ol' it,
and it now stands at lly- head of all remedies ot
4be kind.—
[Chester Heiald.
v\ei
an, the editor aay this, for the intrinsic
/'guarit of the compound has enabled the
proprietor
io seiI within the past ten months in the cities i
»f St. Louis and New Vorx more than'one hun
•Jred ljitusar.d dollar# woitb of certificate* from
the inteliieent and srentleaien of national reputa-
Jion, o! which the following it ene:
Car Ij-ie. III., June 27. ISSI.
I have used Prof. O.J. Wood's Hair Kcstors
five, aud have admired its wonderful effect. My
hair w*s becoming, as I thought, prematurely
ra !ut by the u«e of his ^Restorative," it bat
its original color, and, I have aa ceubt
|eiaianeotly so.
Sydney Breesa. Ex-Senator t'nited states.
Also Circulars, which can ha Lad of the Agents.
H. H. AVRT.s, I
Cii.Noi'.r & McKmv.
Xaokuk, Iowa June 3S
Box ci.
Pfo. Main.St., South tide, t.etween »dk «th Sts.
KEUht'K. IUWA.
A VI N been e:iga*f.l ex l-jtiiely in the
Wholesale Trade in New Albany Inrt., and
Jtiii i.idtt'.im an interest there, will enable me as
-.former ly, to tuy my goads by tli# package of /io.
|orie:s tag Manufacturers. Thus placed on the
aame foundation as out Cincinnati and Siint Louis
Iwhelesale dealers, I can sif^-ly pledge myself to
tiup.K »te ai. atli purchased in our western cities.
The citiri r.s of this place on I the surrounding
fouutry.as well as mes chants, are solicited to
ALL AKb EXAMINE FOR THEMSF.L\ ES, as I.
Uio pitAtUie It iltuai&ia Uoods.
itweU—dfcv H.D.WOODWARD.
Tea*.
1(MJ hall bests fresh Imperial, Gunpowder,
louriK Hyaon ar.4 Black Teas, embracing every
-ytuLiy, lw aale y
Bussel
1P
pi
'b4—ju&*
y.[
1. \V STORK.
B. D. VVOOllWAltD,
Wholesale &. Iter ail Dealer ia
*0 CtHMl*. Hat* and tups, tlotiiing, Watrhci
and Clofkit. Golti ami Plat«3 Jewelry,
HOOTS AND SlluES
Also Smge and wei! seiett^d stock of
1TOTIONS AND FANCY OOODS,
VieliiiS, Aci.ordeou», Flutes, Uiati and Fancy'
CLEGHORN &. HARRISON.
April 14, |«55,
w
1i:l flt'Ol ». ti.7 i*. ."«MSi P. aii LLKh'
RETT* A MI LLED.
CtaiBisaion and Forwarding Merchants
««. a vl11 Uaildiugs, L*Hia, Missouri.
•Rtferenres
St. Bennett,
Chi
11, Pratt tt, Co.
O.
Ii.
Eilley,
Wooas, t'hi i«ty & C&.
A.J. McCreery Jt CO.
Grty, Mi uaea. (.'»
Bast, Wiley fc Bast,
*. it J.
Hamil,
WtUoo Brothers,
ll«rch IS. |«U.
Crow,McCreeiy&Co
Jaiurt Wat ton,
Young Brother*.
C. W. Stoo« fc
HAIR DRESLilli'a SALOON.
HAIR
CfTTING dene accct Mng to physiogno
my and the principle# ol »he Colticur'a art,
nd Shampooning (erformed in anew and agreea
ble style.
Thoae who desire to enjoj the luxury of the
Toilet should not fiitito rail jt my sahiou- on Main
Str«i T,in the building /ormerly uccujistl by tlte
Bank.
Keokuk. April 31,1 Jy G*O.CABi s
&T. (U VKI.ES HOILL,
co*?rEn A\I»isk.I%U *TREJ:I,
KLOKUK.
Tnrsu ot 5e,having bueh leaaetl bv ib
uoderirigne'1. hut I e*n ext«o-»iveiv
paired, and thoroughly renova(#ii from i
top (o bottom. 1( ia elinioly situated, and U
*'Med with a U ^.aect-c
aary.arrnnfie mentis for
a firet rafe Hotel. T5
is to tnako it trie banner
spared to acceaiplish
no pai-m expend vill
that of.jfct.
ay .'^aje t.-k'fi
free of ch.irgf.
Kerkuk, July^T l,
EXCHANGE & BANKING HOUSE
or
«eo. r. A ndf rion,
CijTK't of Juhnsoit and Sfrtit} Slrtyls. opposite oi
ihr St Charles Hctil, KtiOKl K, JiHi'.i
COLLECTION
ON THIS CITY remitted for,
promptly at current rate of Exchange.
CfMntereat on dcpoaita when specially agree
upon.
—R e er It—
F.. W. CI,ab* Jt Iluoi.,
Boav., k 4- Co. BMtxent,
JOHN J.
ANT TNTIIN IX o. St. Louis
E. W. CLAHK, It Co New York City.
tr« ifflce urs trom
A.
July 14, l«i»3-atf
M. to 6 r- m-
BANKING UOUSJB
OF
CHARLES PARSONS,
Corner of Main and S/coiui Sfs. Keokuk
SlGfll
Excf an^ei orr the East and South foj
sale. A!.*o Page & Bacon's Sitrht Drafts on
London. Sight .i.nd Time Bills of Exchange
Bank and Bankers'Drafts and certificate* of de
posit Foreign Cold and Silver and Land War
rants purchased.
Remittance* frotn the country fr excliargf
promptly forwarded.
Interest allowed on dep»»aite as per a^reem**"'
aEFER TO
Messrs. Page &. Bacon,S Lotus.
Cashier Am. Ex'. Bank,
Sew
York
Atlantic Bank, Boston.
Phil. Bank, Philadelphia.
Merchants'Batik, Baltitnora
Mea.*r$. T. S.Goodman A Co, Cincinnati.
April 6, lfcft3.
C. OBERTOP,
IT'EEPf'a st^ck .iti ti, Or •ceries, a variety o
l\ Toy8,ar«an assortment
ui
Mtmcsl Instri-
anintt. fora&'e on Main street, between Second
and thud. (aiarSS^a
UNPARALLELED
Rt«b Life of P. T.
Barnnin. By hunsetf.
Ida Mav. By Mary angdon
Ten Xi«lit^ in a B.ir Room, By T. S. Arthur
A Book of *tirp-$*iu£ intereiit. Ida Normau.
By Mr^. Liticotn Phelps, of Patapaco Instiiuie,
Maryland. At GEAIIAM A CAVE'S,
Jill 1, IS.-".. 2d Street.
To lliV i'ulilic
rri'E uii.'.ersigr»rd pr -p. to do- Car} etiU r«
.1 anfi Joiners work ol every description, and
will thfce contracts for building bou*i-s from the
ground upward®, and finish and furnish materials
i and doliver the keys or in any way h- per con
tract, and of the quality and architectural style
agreed upon, and at the time specified. Can be
seen at my shop ur office on Fulton Street, be
tweeu Second and ThinL P. F.iril KR.
Contractor and House Builder.
I IirrrwT-SCESJ Mr. J. A. Giahair., The*. W
Claret!. Es^., Ge c. Di*on, Esq., Kev. Wm.
H. William..
Keokuk,April 10, 1^55.
Mr, 1'clitor:
I' O'J tTiiy announce my nam* for candidate to
sell,every article of Dry Goods and Groce
ries cheaper than ever, as I am at.xio to raise
money tu buy a few lo'a, which I cat.'t do well
i afser the election, as there will be a dreadful raise
in property, for I shall tax every lot in the city
10 per cer.t per week, if I am elected to carry on
i our Rail road, to be paid in the hk weekly,
which will complete one mile of our Road week
ly. How many weeks wilt it take to complete
this road? Who owns the road, Lee county.
the city of Keokuk, or the property holders r—
If you find you pay over the wholesale price for
any article in any of my stores you can retina
the articles. S.S.BILLINGS.
Meat Market,
fTUIOMAS CRoss i!'. if,,
8
I will open a Meat St.tll on Sd street, in the
home of T. W. Johnson, adjoining the coffin
a
v'
'l ,C1
S,1 Main, hftween 3d 4th sts., Keokuk. 83
A KE no_w opening with a l»i e stock of Foreign
a and Domestic Dry Goods, Variety Goods, Cat
pets, 4 c. ac which we shall otter to dealers at
very low hgurea and as one of cur firm reside* ID
New V irk for the special purpose of purchasing
for this snd one other concern, we shall be in re
ceipt cf daily additions to our slock.
We respectfully ask merchants and dealersin
general to examine our stuck hrtore purchasing.
d&WSl».
Keokuk, iept. 20,1684.
Adolphf Hemic ke.
A. HEINICKE FC co. J-M. KSTF:L FC CO.
Broadwaj', No -Market st.
I
lib,
aho\p ticnues wcuUl respectfully mI| the
A tention of (he public to th.eir complete assort
ment ol the late.t styles of goods their store,
which, for the accommod
a
V\'\J
0
Cspt. K- \V rjtould
Rhode*. Pt-misoi |t.Co,
L( Ker.Reuitk AtC©
W. S. Giliuan.
iio
Ut
W
'i
tZft i»
1
I
W
Main Street, K*okuk,I»wa.
March lx.*».. dtf
1
0T)
feb. 22, 1855.
U
|S6ft
1 A
71 re no
th« public that he
ware room, w here he hopes to receive a share oi i neccsssry iaduien.enU to cunomert to »c
dtf
John K»tel
•i roT.
stel,
t|i I:I:\^\V %ICI
lleimckc 6l
Importers of and Wholesale and Hetail'
dealers in
CHIN A, GLASS,
&
QEKENSWARE. LOOK'S-.
GLASSES, SuLAlt LAMPS, BKITANMA
WAKE, TEA THAYS, TABLK
CUTl.F.HY, fcc. ac. fee.
No.aa Worlh Main street, ST. LOUIS, Mo.
of their customers,
they ortrr in the above mentioned places, assuring
tbe public that theii stick cannot be excelled in
egaid to pi ires and completeness. Assorted
Ciatcs for i ountry Meic.hants ktpt constantly an
hand, particular attention paid to ackinr.
i2wd*W
Keokuk, Mi. Pleasant and Mus­
catine Hai! Road Co.
jVIOTICj: _i, hm-hy givon that the annualmeef
1 uig of tin# Stockholder* ol the Keokuk.
Ml
Plea^n and Muscatine Rail Road Company
Will be held III Ml,
Ul 3
Pleasant, at (he coaafy
Court House, at the hour of I o'clock
e n
Lenett, Pedal and Palm Leaf |'j.
sale cheap at
Mm»,1^
COflMtVGll A C'J.
0NV
5
#.

,ew
(s
i
a ,n
Hats
lot
""ronwM.
^AND AND RANRI^RVVSTT^FL^F
our own *n.porfation. jun received and
V
U
ki
,A
a i
ii-i t/. i. .v Knir v
iy aik
1/ ty Good*, Mistical Ins ti umeuta. and Toytai
«l!%ind. W atrhfrs.i lorkt and Jewclrj repair*®.!
Oiil Gold and Silvc bought. Mam street .heH-ween
Ptoartb andfiflli,K«oknk Iowa. {mar.ff'ftt.tS
Carry & Kilbouraf,
ryiuE
It an
ECT Impellers and Dealers in China.
v
snrled
tlif v offer to Cnuutry Dealer-
in ,p.mi r.« Ww K"*"*. '855. I,
to and fro»i thrift,'
GEO. RUtfSBLI..
dtf
?m:iu 4\T T1II.OB,
No.
4
i e I o a i o n
S. W. &, 11 11CKEIT,
Importers and Wholfjaie Dfnlcni,
EAVE
this day received per ship Shamrock
Irorn Liverpool !o New Ot leans
arid steamer
on the Mississippi an invoice of Cutlery, Files,
Ol'MP CHAINS and Fixtures, a large stock
J. always op ham! and for sale low bv
A
and Q#treti»w*'* ha\t just received Gwicr B. Sen f.R Ger.waJ Agent.
per ticean 8!r'snier. Gfo. Sody. S ren'v ft** i)irertor«.
Kcry-warf, winch Gen Mypatt,Cleveland 1) BDunham. Cleveland
cra!«* of well a
1
at very low price*, Barkua
They a!v haie in a^ore for the City trade. A S S^ndford,
Dinner and Tea eis ol" China md F.ai then-ware Benj Nnrthrwp,
complete. S'and l^mpa. aide ''Lampt, harfi irig Geo 'B Sinter*
f/rnips, -Chandeliera, tih.hcs, dial Chimney*. O K Skeei'^,
Fltuil hurnit ir l«atTip(».Tjir'err.ti. u kit g-gI
Tumbler*, Mnlasx Cans, Jar", Brittaiiia-war". This
r^rr i' ncDSON.
Ttiird Streft. hetwpon uuand Joht aon, and
KKCOKI
order ai the
AI*o aeocd a««nrtment oYSbirlaalways on'han'
Feb. 8th,1855. dly
II
on
we and Lot for Sale.
1
OFFER tor ^aie the Hoiife ai.d Let where I
now reside, on Blordeau. ear the corner of
Second street. (Lot R, Bh'ck 11)- Terms Ca-h
Persons wishing t. purchase, can call and exam
ine the premises.
Oct. 17. 18S4-tf A. E. CHANDLER.
S A I K E
Maaafacturerof and l-a!rr In
BOOTH AND SHOES,
AT 68 MAIN STREET.
CySign of the am mot n Hoot
Keokuk. Iowa.
d&.w S W & Tl'CKFR.
AXES.
BALDWIN, EVANS & CO.
lectly from the manufacturers eo tons sitoitcd
z k%
Uri.ru o our bsuiesa, we fiie prfpartMl to
THOS. CROSS. the tame. Ci» NA»LE, SMY1H
,""^rr' u™ SAVE THE PIECES.
IV6W liok'sale Drv lOftds. F^tanlishniCDl! II0D0S0N'« Diamond Cement will stick the in
together sothatthey will stay and no mistake
Call at AVKES',cornerofThirdand Main Streets,
and get a bottle. July 14 da.»}
Blacksmiths' Tool*.
ASSORT ED si/es Armitage M. H. Anvil#
20 pr bellows from so to 36 inches
SO solid box vices ass'.l sixes
2 dozen blacksmith's butresses
i 5 ao farrier kr.ives
!I0 do ass'd files ar: rasps
do si rew plitcs-all sites
cask haiiU and sUdg^ hausmeis
25
MISSOC III IRON.
too tons ass'd iron of every siaej
»0 do do plow steel
ioooibt No. I cast German and English Bliste
ste'-l
All of which is offered to merchs» and black
smiths at the lowest price andjon ti e test terms.
As to the quality of tne iiou it ir not necessiry
to speas as it is unquestionatde-
PWRNITURE W A HE-ROOMS.
MAIN STREET, Bel. 3rd and 4th Streets.
KCcKCK. IOWA.
THE
underf-igned has now in.
his Wate-Rooius, and de
signs keeping constantly on hand
a well selected assortment of ali kinds ot »r
nit ure embracing MARBLE TOP DRE.SSlNG,i
and plain Bui eims fine and plain Sofa« fine and
plain centre ft' card Table^cahe*- at and wind-j
*or (.'hairs, rocning hairs ot every desctiption
from a plain wooden seat, to the finest han cloth i
stuH'ed ie«t plain and fancy turned cottage Bed
steads ot the latest styles Lounges &e.
Looktr(^til»sse.« of ail sizes clocks, carpet
iii£B. floor and^'oor mattirigs, lloorand table oil
perviaion,aud the rest bought from inauttfuclor-
Call and examine my stock before purchasing
1
wen's and boy*s Leghorn, Bwwr will atwaye take pleasure in show
furniture to Ladies and Gentlemen who call
on tile, whether they fe«r"inelined to iwiy ©r not.
insy Sl 'M—tf G. W. BANDERS.
Pateaiii Baling.
3009 Iba. Felting,
25
0
BALDWIN, fcV^NS *. CO I
bbls. Composition, for sale by
A
Tennessee Ir*n. the ice to all points sooth and southeas'.
receiving, in tddition to our prei- Baggage checked direct through to Chicago,
VV enl t'oc.U of l-rrn and Blukumith Tools, di-
1
a I u u o n w i w i i v e o u 4 1
j. customers the benefit of the itcer.t decline in the
1 market aUo 160 slabs tstoiti-d sues How Steel,:
ashiiiiitou I ni( ii IIIMIMUK To..
RI.KVKLANI), DHIU.
Capital, 1^2.10.000.
Officer?.
IV DTJICHAM, Pr^uier.t
uw»fiE MVCATT, Vice I'l esidenlar .! T.e^ijrei
O. N FKEFI S, Secretary
K. IOWA. FHE aaia t« be Insured in the aame vicinity
EEPS a gervcral assortment ol French, Eng. limited to a pindent amottat.'
11sh at 11 Anirricnn. Cloth*. t'sum rfs, and The jripanv ha* completed the fourth year
e'tit.yg ol the verj finest qualitr, and the most of its exigence, and the Dirt ctois have been able
ln'hionable p^ttfiu", w hich In* will make up tr i t, mret all b^seti without th« necraaity of a ta*
orfat notice, in the latest style.—- upon tbe pretni'»n notes.
No assessment has been made upon t/u
•irposilc
EDWARDS & II RNKR, Age*.t».
February Inth. 1 tu.nii
MfKfc »V I iiiilrrrman's
LIVERY STABLE.
rHIS_9t.il:»-,H'im
JT. W.
Dealer* au
exaii.inaticn of the aame previously to going far
ther.
Marrh 2'2, l85f. d&w
O PADES &- SHOVELS, a large stock of var
O ou3 qualities for snle by
rixw S. W. A II. Tl't'KER.
TX)Y SPADES, Hoes, fcc.. lor sale by
1 8 VV A TUCKER.
March 22, 1S55.
a. or me ravorire nranris on harm ana} 0N, Iowa, without change o( cars.
fur sa|e «iw by 8. W. & II. TUCKER. *,e most direct route to Chicago, New V
.March 22,
d&w
ITIAGi:
& OX CHAINS on hand and for sail
by 8. W. & II. TUCKER.
March IH.u'i, -d&w
H«ta
AVERY
large and varied stock for sale bv
S W. A H. TUCKER,
March 22,1855. d&.w
PRUNING
HOUkii & SAWS, ditTerent p«,t
terns, for al y S W. A II. TUCKER.
March 22,
Aw
)OsT HOLE
i a'
e V
March 22 Hi
i ADI
S of Alnf*' mak^. I'.
W. & H. TUCKER.
!Aw
Shot Gnns.
A
LOT of double baneUd fhot-Gnna: some
very fi e. S. VV. & II. TUCKER.
June 13. Itlo.
O AWS-»Just received a large s-tock ofcircn'ar,
0 Biuley.sash arid cross cut Saws which we
will warrant and s-ell at St Louis piico.
U N 1) I K 1 A K K
CORNER JOHNSON It THtHII NTRKl is
(ARR1E
anf( no rt ar
n
to which the attention cf dealers at blacksmith, V, i'eket Agent. FiUilin^ton.
is diiccted. Feeing desirous of enlarging this l'OLL*TT, Get.er
bri.nc.li o our bsiness, we tie prepared to orter tfe* i CagO
cnmplia
k to.
1
h5t"
l\i u
THos. j. RICE & Co.
(t. W. Sanders,
cloths, niattra.i*es, feather*lu?ter!i,carriage trim-~ l^^^OUd 311(1 J^U'tlIIIf)OJl y\^r('f)t.^.
rniiigs, window shades and trimming*, arid every EAST HI KLbNdTUW, ILL*,
other article usual!} kepi in my line ol business. "POOTL
Part of my stock was mad*' under mv own su- t-
o w
^^GHORN & HARRISON.
Af**? 14, t°5f w
or handling at any point.
Throll
1
do \V Cook, do
ft VV Powell, do
Jandi Perkins, Warren
.]• Baker. Norwalk
t'o .fohn Claik. Brunswirk
"f properly.
Robinsnn, Bedford.
iff!! fx)) men Company is prc-
«,
the safer da,,.
Their means are
ample, and are so invested that the
'"tlds
CAN* Otfl.Y Bfc USED TO PAY LUSSE8.
No atcain or t-pecial hazatd'jua ri«?s ate taken,
1
Th eet, between
Main ar-d !•i an u•, urjr*» and f»n»
modioli,* and especially tilted up and adapted for
the business, and the undei signed are amply pre
pared to accommodate their frier.d* ami the pub
lic generally, with Saddle Ilorafa. Btigeif*, and
CarriHge^at reasonable i a'e*. They also keep
Horses by the day. week, or month
SAML. McKEE,
W. TIMBEIvM AN
Keekuk, Oct. IT, is."4. tf
on the biisiiier-s of l'n«t»»i- mgtpym**
ta :n- in all
t?»
Edge Tools Ar., direct Irorn tl»e Manufacturer.''' and peifected hia arrangemntts' in every depart-,
in Sheffield which, together with increased put- tnetit.
chases from American Manufacturers, form 11,. TiltfDt Metallic Buiilll rtlieS,
largest Stock ol Mwcellai eo is Hardware and impervious to air and indrstrn-c'ible, highly or
Cotleiy ever brought to the State ol Iowa .uamented and i-valuable for the preservation ot
.ythich they otfT an I guarantee to be at St. Lou- the dead, as well a* coffins of every style and
t* price#, and earnestly aolicit from Dealer* au finish furnished to order.
branches, lie ha."
recen'lv made extensive additions to hi* stock
Hearses and carriages furnished, ar.! he en
tire arrangements of the fuueral attended to
when required.
Keokuk, April !2,'!t!55. *r
CHIC VJO AKD BVliI IM.TO.1
•J
«.
IIOAU I l\L
(Peoria & 0«|U»wka, Central Miliiery
Tract 4 Chicago, liurlingtnn
6c Quiticy Knilroads,)
IS now comple'ed, and Trains run the entiie
dibtance from CHICAGO to BURL1NG-
Connecting with lli.ncis Cential Rail Road at
Vleiuiota for St. Louis ar Cairo direct.
Trains nn the above Kotd* run in dose con
rtec'lon, avoiding «ll laying over at ary of the
point-.
Tin- ad nnects a! Chicago with the Mich
ia-'ti Ceiil .,. .v.- il Michigan Southern Road«, and
with all the Ri ads leading to the Atlantic Cities,
Ohio. Kentucky and Pennsylvania.
Pa-i-ei tcrs leaving Barling'on at 7, 30, P. M.,
reach Galena ai Durdeiih in !2 hours and St.
Louis in 20 hours,
.By this rou'e passengers will r'achthe interior
por'ior.s ol Ohio and Indiana in le s time, and
with fewer charje*, than by any other route,
connecting, via Afn htiian Central at Michigan
City, with the New Albany and Salem Road,
Tickets by th»« Route can b« pur-
1
u
At tbe o'd stand cf L'T M-V. Alberson
A'o. S2,
1
,r
*.n£J
on
A ^"f'^r'nlefldent,
Chicago, Way Is?, 18
Ticket Agent, Chi-
(i&W
h.
Slit# Ids.
Man Sure!, KEVKl
A,
JO \S'A.
XiEALEHS IN
Dry Cwstda, firsw Gtsdt, sai Hattans.
E would inform the Merchants of Iowa,
that we have a large and elegant ,-tock ot
Goods, suitable for this season's trade, and will
•ell the in to cash or prcmpt time buyers es low
aa they can purchase them in the west. We are
daily receiving, and will continue to receive ad
ditions to our stock as thf s ason advances.
w
Dress Silks
In great variety, and btewt pat'ems.
Rl-.ll), SHIELD? 0
March 30! J8 »5 d2tnw!y.
WOOIIE.M WARE.
12 dozen buckets, 2 and 8 hoops,
100 neet tuba, (3 and S- in.)
I) do2en we I buckets,
10 dozen half bushels,
5 do churns,
5 do tar buckets,
50 do brooms,
100 do wash boards,
50 gross clothespins, patent and plain,
20 dozen wood fiucnts
30 do ahoe bru
*e
s
do laige«tubs, home manufacture,
For sale by CLEGHORN A HARRISON.
April 14. 1*53. w
M09KBS ion:. II. E, BABTLETT
FOOTI at ro.,
Forirardiiig and CcinuiissioQ Wcifhaats,
ASD I.KNKRAL
ti.
i
»e« of high -"tanding, so that I can warrant every House, and but a few rods from the river, Goods
a-
.. April 11
CO. are trie "osi.y FORWARDERS''
a s
"t *ide of the Rive: their VI are-
b«'ng connected with the Railroad Freight
1*55.
10
DOZEN men
1
fine fashionable Silk Hats
of the latest spring and summer etyle for
i sale cheap at
i SHELDON'S HAT EMPORIUM.
April 2.». 1855. wly
SLNATH|i—Juat Mc«ived and for vale low ky I
W- BALDWIN, EVANS & CO.
•f&fmmwmw
ahiuh!' lor ai t.'..
HE
nndersijfn,- proposes to sell a portion
the Tract known as the "Gamble Farm'*in
ten acre lots.
Th^ above land is situated about a mile frem
the town plat of Keokuk, and affords many
beautiful sites for private residences. The
land being very rich and situa'ed convenient t©
the ci'y, and beyond the reach of the du*d from
the Plank Road, offera the most valuable loca
tion* for Market Gardens, Nurseries. Pastur*
Ground., Ate.
Terms will be rau e fa*r and title warranted.
WM. C. GRAHAM.
April 16, 1855. :im
J. W. ^C^Oi()iS
LUMBER YA1U), KEOKUK,
On Concert street, between 4th and fth strp,eti«,
i north of Main at eet. A large assortment of
I Lumber and Shingles of beat quality, always on
s hand* ditwly,
Saddles aud fl.irncm.
W IfCJJ.SNAJ.i AVI ^.-I /. I 1..
L. It. TI liNI.R h.u purchased
the entire stock of S B. Good
11 it Co, and will carrv on lha
usiness of naddie ard harness
mattine in all its branches
Also some fine Gold PencH* with Pens.
Ii M. HUSTON.
.Tan.
'22,
s.i.
d&w
K E O k
K, IIKV
I a i i o u
l^gT
1 k
Jau iS, !fc3J.-d&w
G.
ork,
Rosron, I hilatp Iphia, and all o her points East.
2 Daily Trains leers Burlington Sun
days rxcept'ii.
I. --DAY KSPRIS^,—TuitouGit 7, 30, A, M.
ArriViili'K at Chicago the same everting, passing
through Monti) nth, Gal^vburff, Princeton, lind
com ectir at Mer dota with the Illinois Central
Rail Hoad, to LaSalh-, Bioomington, Sp mgli*'d,
Decatur, Jacksonville, and Napier al»o wish
Galena an 1 Durileith.
2.—Esrar*a TH*OWCH. 7. 30, t.
94
»nce to the rerjuiremcnts ol he western *i rkets.
we arc coudderit we can gi .•^ satisfaction to alias
regards both quality and prices, as we intend to
compete with the St. Louis market, and will sell
at low, if nota little lower .than sny house in the
West.
W? sell st WHOLESALE ONLY, snd confine
ourselves to one particular branch of business,
aad of course buy and tell chesper than pertont
keeping a promiscuous stock. U would respect
fully request Merchants, Pedlars aad Dealersin
genera), to give us a call snd examine our stock
and prices,and satisfy themselves i-efore purchas
ing lsewhere, as we think they willOiid it greatly
to their'advantage. Call at No. Main street,
Sept. t, 18*4. aAw
I NW.
nitv UODDS HOI s|
RHI, SHIELD^ a CO.
or
price,
1
ot
at
fhe
shop formerly occupied by J*. C- Trimble, No. 56
Main Street
Hi* suck r*ntit*t* of the bfa* m.itf-rial io be
found in the ("men n ti market, ai he ran (tffer
uidu'-ements to the trade either at whoh sale or
retail
WHIPS.
He lias al«o evpry sfj
|e af 'whips, which can
he had at wholesale lower than anywhere else
in this citv,
Particuh T'tention given 1o Kn*Atati«o. Job
will be doa the shortest aotiee, aad goo«
St\le.
Keokuk, Feb. 13. 1$55, d&wly.
Just Rofcivrd,
Dlhf.cr
fi' 'fie ma ufa-. tory of llawson,
Watren &. Hide, a lart e and well a^.orted
•tt-ck ol Gold Pens, ranging froni.tfi* larnest of
fic.e down to tjie fineat pointed Ladies' Pen. The
reputation ol the m.inulartort ia guarantee
enough for the q'latity.
v 4 1 \Mf smg
i ompniiY-
i lei* store.
I l8cember 2D, H53. dkwly
JK eo
Is ii Is iToolt-lliikifri* V
AM)
BLANK BOOK AJ ANITA ('TORY.
BLANK
BOOKS made and ruled to any requirtC
pattern,—Court He« oidt, Justices' l»ckats,
Attestors' Bookt, Foil Bookt, fcc gi.c.,furnialj
ed st short notice.
ty Old Bookt, Magszinet, MoaiC, *«., bound
or re-Voun»! in arij ttyle desired. «i"
tf My Bindery will be found en Maia, between
Second and Third streets, sign pi the "BIG
ISAAC N. FifcUCJC.
M. HUSTON,
*»V HOLES ALE DEALER l.V NOTIOHB AMD
1'AM DKV UOOC8,
»aln Mrtel, Ke«k«k. I own.
A LW A V s. on hand xenerat aisurtment .f Rib.
/V bous, Cariwts, Laces, Edginjft, Intel tion «DC»
Milinery Goods in general, with a la-ge tutort
ment ol white ««ods, Hotiery, Cooiforts, Glovet
suf renders. Lap, Letter and Fancy SuU Pa|era!
Envelops common and fsiicy, blank Cooks, fancy
Soap*. Hair Oil, Cologne and perfnnwry olallkipg,
a large assortment of pocket cutlery, Scistors'
Ita/ors, Pistols,'Clocks,eolU and sliver Watches
and jewel!) ol all lesciiptioiit, fjualitj andprices,
also a largt and generslsssortmect of combs, But
tons, Threads, Tins, needles, Sp cuclet an r«.
ses. Pot Monies, a fine assortment of Pocket
Wallets, Memorandum Books, lencUs, Shaving
Brushes and ilOaes, faru Woik Boxes, Goggles
and Eye Protector*. In a word every thinr com
prised In the
MOTION AND FANCY GOODS LIME.
Also a large assortment of
FI*K CffJARS,
Accordeons ar.d Flutinas oi all grades.
Oar stock will be found very heavy tod can
plete, our goods hsving been selected f--rht 32'ti
falltradc, wi:h great care ar.!
MJ
th sjx'ciaPrefer
G, M. HCSTON.
A O V E E O Y S
UEhaveeiittr.dat .! urveyed every cojjfef
and '»ook
Ol Buell's Gallery, and fom all nice as a book
His SKYLIGHT refitted, so spacious and ^rand,
We can assure, there
7
the land
clear weather
sane such ehcwheiein
Which lendera his pictures without blesaiah or
spot,
Taken
or
cloudy
not.
it at all matters
And then his cases .are so splendid, so'Tme,
There s nor.p in the that will them outshine
KOSSCTH, UNION,
Jcity
MACIIE,
IWEI, PEARL, and PAPITA
And other fancy, nonoso grand have you see# In
your day.
But don't interrupt us, lets on with our story*
Although not talent enough to explain all the
v w,
vi
Come 'lhrk
yourselves, weTl riot lead von
aslra^,
For such wonderfe as these are not oat of our
way
And all who've not calle for once venture out
And see what Buell.the "Artist's" about
Follow tne to the place where many may conje,
Either wishing for pictures, or wanting for none
I'o No. 8fi, MAIM STHKKT, 'tis plain to be seen,
Between THIRD aud FOCHTH where there's mul
titudes been,
We will find this gentleman bustling around,
So busy, he can find scarce time "to turn round,"
He will supply you with pictures faultless and
true,
Please to Sit down, we know he will suit you,
One moment—here'a your picture looking nerer
so nice,
And unot her thing too, be is no
4
high in his
As hundreds will say who crowd weekly there,
Pricta lower, pictures better, than ara found
elsewhere.
V A
CITIZF.*.
DAOUKRRKOTVPE STOCK ASP APPARATUS ot
every description, for sale to Artists at reasona
ble prices, Mi. AUi
n
St. Keokuk, lowg.
Maicli'JI,
K
j5. d&wly
riiOWS AND WlfiO^T
TAYLOR KEE,
SUCCI'SSMa fit N^WTC.N IT STEPHEN".
CORNER or MAIN AND 12th STREETS
KjLOKCK, IOWA.
WHERE
they keep constantly on hand ell
kinds of Plows, Wagons and Carriages,
made in (he best style and out of the best aualitv
of materials. Wholesale and retail.
TAYLOR
Sc.
March 14,1154 dAwtf
r"
AVKR'S PILLS.
N E v\ •.,! !v ed v ,t,f
111 the cure ot all bilious disea-es, eoslivenes*,
iinligestiori.jaundice,dropsy, rheumatism fevers,
gout, humors, nervousness, irritability, mf!*m
nations. headache, pains iti the bieast, aids ark
and lunbs, feHiale4*omplaitts, &c. &c. lnie«.
very few are the diseases in which a mgat it^
medicine is not mere or less required, and innci
sickness and ^uffeiing migl.t be prevented iff
hamdess but etfertaal catharlice were more frce
1 ly used No person can tee! well while a cos
jtive habit of body prevails besides it soon ten
|erates serious and oflen fatal di-*ea e wiicN
miebt have b^en avoided ty the timely atnf ifi
dicious use of a good purgative, 'i bis" is af k?,
true of colds, feveri-h sj mploms, and bilicuti de
rangements. They all tei t'. brrome or produce
tbe deep seated and forini.'.able distempers which
load the hearses ali over the land. Hence a re
liable family physic i« of the fir*» importai.ee to
ithe public health, and thi« pill has been perfect
ed vu'h consummate .'kill to meet that deman\
A
An •xtenaive tiial of its vir't-es bv physicians'
professors and patient* has 'hown" results sur
passing any thing hitherto known of any medi
isuspicion
cine. Cmes have beer, effected beyoad belief
were (h«y not aubslan'tir.ti by per sons of such
exalted position and character s to foibidthe
of untruth.
Among tbe mar y eminent
gentlemen who har#
te*rihKi in favo. of these pills, we may menttor
D»ct. A. A. MAVKS, Anal}ticft! Chemist (i
Bo*toii, and S'a'e Aasayr of Massachusetts,
I w hose high prulessional character endor«ed bv
the
Hon. EDWAHD LvevrTT, Senator of tbe UttK
S'alesj
ROBJRT C. WiKTiinor, e*-Speaker o{ |fa.
Hou»e of Repr»»*»'ti(i,tive». ..
ABHOTT I.awhiNCR Minisfe. Plea, to Engine
|JOHN FiTZPaTuta. Catholic Bishop «L Bos
ton a!so,
Dr. J. R. CIHLTOW, Pract'cal Chemist of Nt-i
York Cit v. endorsed by
Hon. W. Ma^CV, Secretary ot State}
Wm B. A xoa. the richest man in America
8. I.tiASD & Co.. proprietors ol the Metro
I poli'an Hotel, and ot)ierv,
I Did^space permit, we culd give many hand
ed or life ute (jorn all part* nlicie ^he pi|k
uave been u*ed, but evuiei.ee even more ror vinr
,,
5
than the exjKrrience of public men, U found
iri their fTects upon trial.
These pills, ihe result of Jong inves'iga'ion
and study, are offered to the public as th« best
(af.d irnist complete which the present stated
medical science can afford. They are compound
*d not of the drugs Ihenitelaea, bat of the meiiic
inal virt'.es only of vegetable remedies e»i»cte I
by chemical process in a st»?e of purity,
cc ui ni*d tocether in such a manner as to'insure
the best re»ults. This system of co.npoanton for
jmedicirie has been found in the Cherry Pectoral
j'am! Pi Is both, to produce a more efficient reme
dy than had therto beeri o).tamed by any pr«.
ce*s. Tbe reaton i# perfectly obvious. While
by th* old mode ol composition, every n edicine
is burdened with more or less oI acrimonious
I and rajrinous qu-litiea. by this each individual
virtue only that i desired for the curative eflWt
Jjs present. All the inert ar.d obnoxious quali
ties ol each substance employed are left bArinc!
the curative virtues only being retained. HencJ
it is se f-evident the effects sl.oulri p»rosre its they
have proved mr re purely remedial, and ti e pill,
a surer, more powerful antidote to disease than
any other m«. icme kr own to the world.
As i: is frequently expedient that mv medi
cines should he taken under the counsel of an at
tending phj sician, and as he could nor properly
.judge of a remedy wiibcut kr.oMiig it* cmpo
sitnn, I have aiipplie'' the accurate farmula- bv
which both my Pectoral and Pills are made to
fhe whole body of practitioners in the Tinted
State*nnd British American Provinces. |t how
ever theie should be any on# who has cot re
ceived th' in, they v ill be promptly forvrarcad bv
IJMlt at his request,
•Of all the patent medicine* that are offered,
how lew would be taken if I heir composition was
known Their life consists n their uiyttery. I
fcave no mysleri s.
i The composition of tny preparations is ktd
open to all men, and all who are competent r»
"judge on the subject Tre-ly acknowledge their'
convictions ol their lnlrinsic merits. The Cher
ry Pectoral was pronounced by scientifi* men to
be a wonderlul medicine before itielfect* wer*
known. Many eminent physician* have declar
ed the same thingof my piils, and even more coin
fidenilv, and are willing to certify that their an
ticipations were more than realized by their et
feet* upon trial.
They operate by their powerful influence onl
the internal viscera to purify the blond and stim
ulate it into healthy action—remote the obitrue»l
turns cf the stomach, bow els, liver, and oiber or-l
gaus of the body, restoring their irregular action!
to health, and by correcting, wherever they e*-|
I i*t, SHCIiderangements aa are th* first origin oil
di-eaae.
Prepared by JAMES C. AYER, Practical
and Analytical Clo mi-', Lowell. Mass. Pi ice
cents per bisx. Five boxes
t,r
$1.
Sold by Avres, Keokuk, wholesale ami
retail Fort Madisou.
E.
Whitn-y
St
vz&tfuvat
Bro. Keol
^aaiiqua, (J. Leih Montrose, H. Singer and b%l
}tll druggist* every where jar ll 't'tm
OF IM Rf.IlVGTO?.
A
BRANCH of the Merr :r,ti!e College
-PenroiylvMinH—:ticor pi t«'e,! by the
\jtA
latur* of that State wi'h per|vtual charter,
TRISTEE#.
His Excellency the HON. JAMES FtrcHAWawl
HON. WM. WJI KIJIS, (late Seeretary at War*
the BOX. MOSES HAMPTON HON. VV U. Low]
*Y HON CHABI.ES NAYLOKJ and GT«. J,
IIOOBEHKAD.
FACULTY.
Asrnasw T. HOWDIN, lute senior Professor s»
ok Keeping and C- mmercial Science in tb]
Mercantile College of Pennav Ivania.
Louis II. DALHOFK, late I»rofes«or of Com
niercial iiid Oniamjnial Penmanship in the saml
Institution.
CHAS. BEN. DARWIN, member of IheBurlini
ton Bar—Professor ol Mercantile Law.
The Principals design carrying out in evet
.particular that course of training for business ia
Irodijced arid followed up for upwards
ot
3 ears bv Mr. Drr t', the founder of the MerckH
tile_ Collige ol Pennsylvania, by which aboi
o.miO merchants and accountant" have been qua!
ified for business. It is now regarded by b««f
ness men as the most thorough and effective prl
paration lor tl accountant given in the nit
States. It comprehends upwards of 400 r«
business transactions—illustrating six differs
methods of conducting books by double entr*i
about 300 commercial computations, explain!
many business operations not found in comBi
ar ithmetics—a comprehensive course of rneica
tile penmanship—business forms and businc
letters daily lecturcs on commercial law ai
commercial sciences.
Their rooms wi.l be open for th« r«e«TtioR
students on the ffrst of December.
Circulars mailed to any address.
Burlington, Nov. 22. 1854, dfcyg
Circular Saws.
SMALL Jot of large sizes just received
\i M-j
i
BAl inVIN
March
13, 1833.
May 1,1834
McKEE.
1
1
KVAN8A CO.
Cttltrt
j^OR aalebv
8WAHTPCKEI
dAw
^/8I Prunes at
RBYA OLDS' Drag Rt*r

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