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£\)t (Bate Citn
l» PsUiiisiuA Iwr Iteming rluBdlUMM^M,
By J. B. HOWELL ft C4
E S
FIVE I)OLI.A*S Pm in Advance or,!
TXN CENTS PER WELI, payable to tbe Carrier.
(Par Advertisements inserted on favorable 'ermi.
CCUSTOIK AM BK0TI1RH,
AREHnllow
r.^w in receipt of another lirg* lot of
warf,|iic!i a^nu^ar Kettles, Tea
Kettles, Dog and SAD Ir ON«, AC.
War.
Main. he» vrt-ru 3rd 4tb Streets,
KEOKt'K. IOWA.
•ur 8 '54d
E*WA*IS.
ATTORNEYS*
March 31.
JAMES E. BRUCE.
VTH LI-* I.E AMI TT FT A" TEAT TIT
Feb. 7th. 1S:5.
DiT 18 '54
ARCHITECT.
Office id Graham's Building*.
aevkVk, tow*.
Deigns snj DraMiugs for all kiad
oi nlding^ also estimates and specifi
a'ions.
[Keok 'k, F»b. 6tK, lfMNL dim
Ian w, NSFII IAMTCI. r. MILLS a
RAMH fc MILLER,
roRNEYi A I LAW, K K'K UK, IOWA
)ffice over Parsona' Bank, eornA of Matrt and
tond streets. dec2S
n. w"."aT n rtrfK*R,
^PORTER* A*U WHtH.KiAl.1. I KALCRI IK
Hardware aad Cutlery,
brner of Mairi rtiid Secom) S re t.-, ef the
[aly 22 54—d iy RED I AD LOCK.
V
•UNSJCLUIHS AT LAW,
Main Sueet,between Third an* Fourth,
Keokuk, Iowa.
Perbruary 1S, lSSt. dip
aia«iLaAMiu oitr a»MtbL
I, fc t. HAMILL,
[THOLESALE GRUCKRS, TEA DEALER*
COMMISSION AN* FORWARDING MEK
CHANTS, No. n Levee, iiirai door* below Locust
tr««t, SI. LoUls. MO. Marrh U, IS50.
W
DR. K C. PRANCI*.
HAVING
permanently lo^e'ed in this Ci»v begs
leave to inform hi* tri^nd* and the citizens
generally, 'hat, until further notice given, he
tu«v be found at the office of Lr. J. F. Saseoad
Tat urn & Co.,
ForwanJin? and (omraisMon Mmhants,
K*. I»0, sirecv, at.
Aererds for the *ale ot H'limes' Louisville Hy
drsultc Cement. Calcined Hester, snd Lime.
Particular attention paid to the sale of Grain,
B*eo*, and Lard. incb2tily
.... 07 rDZSTBOTLOB.
AlCOt,T*TA\T.
with Mr. Houcbton, at Cuncer
[fFICE
Hall.
larch V9, 1855, d3m.
EDWARDS & TURNER,
ILL pr ocuie LAND WAB«ANTS coder the
law ot 1855.
Office in Concert Hall buiidingr,
lajch 22,1855. dHm
DR. J. HAI\I,
OFFICE AT Hlb RESIDENCE.
Bltndeao Stmt, out Door West of Saond,
KEOKUK, IOWA.
ril 26 54~d
OX.OVB& BOUIB
K W. cTo V E R,
Corner of Walnut and Second Streets,
MUSJATINE, IOWA.
Office of the Tipton, Divtnpdirt
[Oekaloosa Stage Ltoet.
rch 22, 1855.
|lRl OIL, spirit Gas, Linseed Oil, Copsi,
Ifa^ar, Deirar and C'»«ch Vari ish, on hand
e REYNOLDS'Oiug Store.
BTTCHIK809. JAS. DXWET.
Merchant Tailors.
rd Street, between Main and Johuotn
KEOKUK. IOWA.
LVE
just received, at their Fashiorialle T»:l
lonnc: and F*rRiahmg Establishment,« choice
s*csilent supply of Hroadcloths, Cassimeres,
inga, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of:
ertptions, and guarantee that their work i
[be done in the most approved and satisfae
[manner. They are constantly receiving the
York and Philadelphia Fashions* and re-'
fully solicit all who desire good work i&d
it material to give them a call.
HUTCHINSON DEWEY,
ril », 18*5. dly
VOIKES WTIOATIOR AND RAlL-
ROAD COMPANY.
TICK A call of ive per cent.
»n tbe unparl Stock of the Des
Navigation and nailroa4 Com.
raa this day made hy the Board of Directors,
iat tbe Treasuret'a ortire, IB, WiiUaaa street
fork,as follows On. per tent, on the la
Al»r« I two per cent. n lb* tat day ol M*f
i per cent, on the let day ef June neat.
A* HUNT, Tteaaurff.
ITtla, !•»•. aisrcbio wif
0L
II.
W. R. Tea***.
TOWARDS A TURK mi,
Attorneys ami Counsellors at Law.
KEAL LAI ATI-. A INSLUANCK
ACKNTS,
Mp'Offlce ie "Conceit H» i" U'liMinr.
(/bna »,'»«}4 KtoKCl, IOWA.
tnoi. w.
.cuatTT. •KO.C.*I*OH.
CLAOITT fc DIXOK,
Tf
E0HKIO1 A«0 DOMESTIC DRY OOOKM,
tiolhiBg, Booli Miott. liaU. tap*, BonurU. Trim
minti, It
90. 16, MAIS BTREKT, KEOKUK, IOWA.
IL
D. Woodward,
WHOLESALE AM) KE1AI
DRY GOODS ANU CLOTHING^
•mU, tkMI.HtU,
A«. Hi, M.I IS STREET,
)ttth aid«, between Thir a ,d Fourth S'rw^f,
KEOKUK. IOWA.
PENNSYLVANIA FOUNDRY,
Maioand Ei^tit* «treei». Keokuk, low*.
T. WUktiikM »•»•, 1
laatifaftorers of Steam Enuiue* ai.d Mill Ma I
chinery. A peneral a»iortme:.t of Ca«'inf*
adapted to tbe wants of the country, constant
ty on hand. jal-ljr
A. E. rHA1W,*R,
imtm ASD COUNSELLOR MTAIY PI'IUC,
kFFICE »t ib« 'L«od Oftce.'* Main •tre«ltabe
twetr. Firtt kjd aeco&J,Keokuk, Iowa.
Feb,*•, 'bi. —tf
.. iTArroau i c- aPwm
STAFFORD MaCUKS,
W O E S A E O E S
A *t)
COMMIUIO!* MERCHANT*,
Second door al»o\e the (Corner of Biondeau,
WATER STattr, tiotci. IUWA.
Marc! lu."5.
LL07D9 8ZMP 3
OSf,
TTOKNEY *T LAW AM) NOTARY
FU BLIC. Office in tbe new Po«t OtEc»
iildine, °n Johonon «tree», be?ween 2J and 3d
Keokuk. Feb. 13, 1865—.ill.
Collections pioinpUy attended ta.
BOB KT HAINtt
IT
I. I, ft. LLOYD,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Sails aad Iron, of ail 81s*s,
CASTINGS, AC.,
frodofr Porwardiup and ('omoiiuion flerthaisll,
Hmalli.u Ifuaceck Caantr, tlliaal*.
July vi,: Hbi .-•!* w
*.**oct- DAKIUI
BRUCE & DANIELS.
DEALER! IN
Groceries, Provisions and Produce,
Rt. 90, Sain, bft. Third and Fonrth Street*,
KEOKIK, IOWA. Ifcw
HORACE H. AYRES,
V\7"HOLKSALK
ANU RKTAIL OR UGO
1ST,Main
VV itreet Second and THUD, .eokuk,
»wa. f'lg* of the Big Mortar.iXi
April It, iSSO.-dfew
D. A. JANUARY &, CO.,
145, Second Street,
ST LOUIS.
Whohsalc Grocery
Sent. 22, \v4. rdfcw*20]
^1 ARK IIAniLTO,
WHOLESALE OHOCSXl,
DE L1 IN
TOPEION WINES AND LIQUORS
A«• wA vr:rA:rrr.t* or KINDS or
Dootslit Liquor* and Rtttifird Wtiikrr,
80. 141. BECOHD tT£j(£X*
St. X»ouia, Mo.
Sapt. 32, '54 Jikw820J
IVIHI MOt'SK
CORNER OF JOH.NSoN AND FIRST *TS.
BV
CharlftG Bunnell.
THE
.«i,.Jer.|(Cu*»M '.iHfl .M i «si
noiiU' ii:c tt.at he hat ukei thu very
popular Ho» »e and mwe a co plele renoraijori
(hrotigh#ut tbe entire premises. He is caw pre
pared to receive the patronage of tLa puiiic, and
beheveah* can meet tbe wants oi all who desire
a pood Hou*e.
He hopes, by a cl«»se appUca'ion to tbe buai
eas and attention to the otany wants of the
traveller, to merit arid obtain a share of patron
6g*-
^JTBaggafe Ukeri to and from boats freo of
*e. CifJU. BUNNELL.
__ApnJ5, 1855. dtf.
Ja^tict of the Petre.
HE UNDKIi*iffJNKD would inforn bis
fri^ndi in tlie country, that his office is on
Main, be'ween 2d and 3d«'re*ts, Keokuk, Iowa,
over the Harness store. He will at'end to t!»e
cotlertine of all accounts entrusted to hi» ear*,
with promptness. Acconnt* seiit by mail. p-«f
paid, will receive attention, and 'ha rooaey ra-
turned as ordered.
EDWARD COLE.
March 2,1855—JAwrtt
B. B. UIM11X A CO.,
PorwardiBg end lomminioD Mfrtbanti.
U EN K A E A O AG EN IS,
AM) DEALEHS I
Boat Stores & Groceries,
tEvtr. Kt*a PACKET DETOT, Ktokr*.
Apru 1, i' I dtf
il[ SSElf & MILL^
lical Estate Brokers and Aac-
tioriccrs,
-Tor/A tidt Main St., brtwren 2d and ''rf,
KEOklK, IOWA
AVE constan'lv for ai* a Ian amount of
proper'y in different parts ot the rity.
II
Pci sons i hing to sell or buy are invited to
cai't,
Sa'e« daily at their r*oiB8.
Ap: ii 25,1855. dtf
A. SHAW.
A I V O E
North hide Main, betuetn 1th 4* 8/A tti,
Keer sali kmd- of e-h and C«««eiM*A»d
Pfovi*io*is !r family use.
Keokuk, Feb. 21, 1S5\ dlv
Dental Notice,
Dr 1.
K- RICKET, Sur-jQon D«nti»t.
ilnvirig returned from the E«t. will
e ippy to w nt on his friends.—
ila* mg a loree «t'rk of Te»-th, from
the brst mao'ifactunes, ra* pl*-aa»
the moat fa^tidiou8. Teeth mounted on either
April 23, IK5.T.
jpiov*
which u now heirie used by- the nest Dentis's.—
He is al'o prepared to ount Plock Teeth, or
Continuous Gum*, on eol or p!a'ina vhrn on
the lutter, at a low er pnre amoun'irig to the 1 »f
f^rt-iiee in cost of material full sets on gild for
$100, on FLITINA lor $90 all work warrao'ed.
Otfice over Rurke's store, corner of Mam and 3d
streets, Keokuk. oiarch27 dly
t. r. 1 BECK.
HlLl.tR
MILLER A BECK
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors
ChiDCfrj.
Agents for the invettyationof Land Titles
'ami the purchase ami sole of Heal Eslutt.
WILL
hereafter practice in ami regularly at
tend the Di«'rict Courts of Keokuk and Pt
Mad son, and of the other comities of the Fif*t
Judicial District of iovra and will also practice
in 'lie Supreme Court ot the Rtvte.
Ft. Madison, Feb. 17 h, 1855. dtf
T^RESS Gf^ODS.—A large and *tried«trclr of
£J Silk Tissues, Batin striped, firured arid
plain. Barege*. Lingar«lla«, Con* D' E'ats, Ty
roleans, French Jaroada and B« liant», Lawn#,
Ae., just received bf P. D. FOSTE.R.
P. D. FO Hi ER
HAS
just received a well assorted Stock of
Spiing arid Summer Goods, to which the at
tention of buyers is respectfully asked.
The Goods have been selected with special
reference to th* city retail trade, and will besoM
a- law r.s tVe rame rlass of goods can be bought
in any House iu Iowa.
Purchasers will do well to examine the atock
before buying elsewhere, as they will fad many
s'yles rot usually kept in this market.
April 23,1855.
MHas
paired ar well furnished. Jf»e an ire
men's are made with a
tB
LOCATED »N TLJ. L..« M.FFLSSKS SI
most convenient to the steamboat landing,
March 5, 18*5. dA^ff
J/\ DOit^EN oisti'i 6n« fashionable Silk Hats
iU o he latest spring snd stunner style for
sale cheap at
fHKLDON'S HAT EMPORIUM
1855 1855.
EFOKt'K AM) HOCK lSLA?ft?
RAILROAD MAIL LINE STEAXERt.
THE TW FAST
HEAMIIU
J. M'kfc aod Beo (aaipbcil,
I Pfow iti»kifij? Jjailv iripa, contiectir^ u' RoiS
i lalarid wiiij tii« Cara f^r itie East, and with the
Daily Mail Packets for Galena and Saint Paul,
and at Keokuk with the Great Mail Line Steam
er*
Ja«a»i« Deaas. WfiUrwr, Ke*knk sad Dl| r«w
u.o F*r St. L«uit.
M'KEL, Capt»in L*ROY DOWSE.
f^eave* Davenport arid lloek laiand every M»n
d-tv, W»-di'»sd«y »rd F'rid^v Evemn|t» for Keo
k«ik. Heturnlnc, leare1- Keokuk every Tuesday,
Tt-'iraday »r,d Saturday Evenings.
I5EN CAMPBELL. Captain R. F. BARTLETT,
Leave Davenport aiid Rock I«land every Tuea
day. Ttjuridav and Saturday Evenin(ts. Return
lop, leaves Keokuk every WednattUy, Friday
an't Sunday F.ve lines.
FOR F*EICHT or PASSAGF. inquira on Board,
Of of T. HEAICHT, A cent,
March, April 3 dtf. Keokuk.
1855.
THISdaily
March 5,1853. d9m
1855.
«T. loins AND KEOKUK KAIL LOT
S AM ERA
popular line oi s'eHOiers will make regu
lar trips as ti«i*l throughout tl.e sea
aop, conn^olirie at KeoVnk with'he regular daily
mail ptcketa to Roci lat-ARo, GALEKA and ST.
PAUL, running cormectioD with the Railroads
to Chicago and tt.e ea«t.
The line is at pr*«»nt rnmpow•! of the steam
er* DIE Vr.RNOK, WtSTERS'ER. JEANMIE DEA.VS,
antl Ktoara. whose natnes alone are a »uffi' iti,:
guaranty their speed and accommodations.
RE^ITLVAITIA RAILROAD.
HE G11»! Ce..! ai li-jii.t, cuuui'i ii^ he A'
i lantic cities with Western, Northwee'ern
and Southwestern Sta'e«, by a coritmuous Rai!
way dii»ct. TLi* road al«o connects at Pitts
burg with daily line of Steamers to all ports ON
the We«tern Rivera, and at Cleveland and San
dusky with Steamers to all po-ls on the North
western Likos making the no*t Hirtti, chrtrpfit
and reliable route by which FRLIGHT can be
fofwtiri!ed to and from t*ie Great H'etl.
SATI S BETWEEN THI LA DCLfid A AND PITTSSORO.
First C'i *SS —Boots, iShoes. i
Dry Goods, (in box's Furs./ 75 c. per 1001b.
l-'eatiier*. Ac.
2d CLASs.-Bcoks and Stafior- 1
ery, lrv Goods (io bales), 60 c. per lOOib.
Hard ware. r«eath^r, Wool,
(3dt L*^s.—Anvil". Brfgtri'ie,
Bacon and Pork (in bulk},/ 50 e. par 1001b.
Hemp, A.C.,
4th ('LASS, Coffee, Fish, B»-J
ror. and Potk (.packed Lardv 40 c. per 1001b.
an. I,a"d Oil,
(VST'" shipping Good* from any point Eaat ot
WiT a triphia, b»* pariicular to mark package "eia
Ptuntytimma RaUromd Al! Go' di consigned
to tt*e Agents of 'Ins Road at Philadelphia or
PlUsbu'g. wiH be forwarded wi'hout detention.
Freight AGENTS—Moses Potter. s'on J.
I*. Elliot*, N. Vork E.J. Sneeler, Phiisjdelpbta I
Mag raw A. Koons, Baltimore Geo. C. Francis
i Ctt.«, Pi tshur^ Spri^man h. Brown. Cinciima
ti, Ohio S. Moorrhead, Louisville, Ky. R.
C. Meldrum, Miiduon, Ind Katcliff A. Co., St.
Louis, Mo S. Mitchell It Son, Evans*ille,
tadiana
H. HOUSTON.
Onerai Freight Agent. PhiUdelpbi*.
H.J. LOMBAEKT, Snp't, AI too
na, Pa.
Fob. I. IR55. lv
PI*?I»*LVAMA RAILROAD.
u-vp'..., B'd i-f's^.-p -THE
IL 1 i N i'-a e« Pniiatit Ipnin tor Pi"b .r.
*t7}-g A. M.. *td Pt't-H ire iji philmielphia at
7 .A. M. THE F"ASTLINE l»*ave-Phi'a .elplna
for Pitt-burg at 1 P. M. am! Pitu^'irg for PtnU
delphia at 1 P. THE NIGIlV EXPRESS
A I N e a v e s i a e i i a I i s u a I
P. M., and PiM-lturg for Philadelphia at JO P. M.
The above lines connect at Pit aburg with
Rail toads TO AN'C raoM St. L' uis, M" Alton,
GaVra hrt Chicago. Ill* Frai kford, I.» *ii g'on
and Lni vil:e. Ky. T»*rre Haute. Madi-«un, La
fayette. an' Indianapolis. Ird Cincinnati. Dav
ten, Springfi Id. Belief
out tine. Satidusk \, Toledo
Cleveland. Coluinbtis, Zaiesville. is-11 Ion arid
Wooster Ohio -\lao, v rh the Sfeat:. Packet Boa's
I'om and to NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOCIB, LOUTS
VILIE, ar.d CINCINNATI.
The ugh i kf ts cati be had to or from either
of the above place*.
For f.^rtber particulars, see Hind-bills at the
different star'ing points. Passengers from the
Weit will find this 'he shortest and niost expedi
tious route to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York
OI Bo«'00.
THOS. MOORE,
Acr.KT, Passenger Lines, Philadelphia.
J. MESklM EN,
Afeni. Passenger Lines, Pit'sburg.
Feb. 1,1855. Ljr
IV. W. .VO*E$,
Successor to P. ^hi.^t-rland.
Dealer la Clocks, Uatrhrs and Jewelry.
SECOND STREET,
(N*Xt door toC1 rh- Par-ot.-' Hat.king Ho*Se,
KEOKUK, IOWA.
THE subscriber has just re
ceived a larg- and beautiful
-toe
k of Gold and Silver Watch
es, Gold Jewelry Ar., comprising the latent «tv les
of Ladies' Breast Pins, Ear Ringa. Finger Rinz'.
Curt Pir.s, Gohl
AH work warranted to rive aauafactiun.
t'errect Time.
The public may rest assured that th« correct
time is, and always will be kept by
Nov. 28,1854. 1yd
WORK NEW' ROCKBT
FASHION
0f
been taker, bv tbe subscriber, (late oi WATCHES AND JEWE1 RY
the Phoenix Hotel,) and has been thoroughly re-
ofev y
ar^*D?**
vi«
w to the comfort of
his friends and customers. He hopes, therefore,
by ft'ict attention to hu»ine«s to have a share of
public patronage. Tha attendants speak the
Engli-h, German, a*4 French language*. Giv*
rrt# a call. DANIEL AGNfC
a
A N FAMINE, by Mr«. Aan &'
Stephens, just received al I
s*p»d GRAHAM CAVI5W.
A Card.
Western IIotel. I, ^^"ffrxwwsft Feelitip very thankf-1 for the
Y I JS&LN liberal pii'ronageheretofore re
froRMtatv KEOKVK HOTEL. J^MSBGWFEIABA ...
description, I have now on hand, which
1 em enabled to sell lower than St. Louis prices.
Also, having been a practic.nl watchmaker for
number of
year*, I
feel confident of
lafaction, as regards
Keokuk, Jan. 17, IfiSft
HE n v mturt)*' i-tyie
1
KEOKUK, TOWA: THURSDAY, JUNK 28,1855- N° 101
Direct Importation.
S. W. is, H. TUCKER,
Importtn and Wholesale Dealm,
HAVE
this day received per ship Sbanwodi
from Liverpool to New- Orleans, and steamer
on the Mississippi an Invoice of C'ltlery, File#,
i Ed^e Tools, Itr., direct trorn rhe ManwUcturers
iri Sbeflield which, together with increased par
chaws from American Manuf ictureig, form the
iarpest S'ock of Miscellaneous Hardware and
Cutlery ever brought to the S'ate of Iowa
which they offer and e«ara:i'ee to be at Sf Lou
i« prires, and e «rn-fctly aolicit from Dealer, an
exau ination of the s-uie preruusly to going far
ther
jch S2, 1855. d&w
Otrlta Trsyraja
OF
diCWreat sites, for aeU Ky
V W & TUCKER.
May 1,18*5. ikw
Ames' IkiTili.
A
AN
A
LATIGE Stock at St. Loma price*, for sale
by S. W It H. TUCKER.
je!3 ddtW
Picka an4 Metiecks.
A LARGE S'ork of different qualities at St
Louis prices, for sale by
«. W. fc H. TUCKER.
je 13 lt,W
LADIES' SPADES.
A LIGHT article, just the thing f*r small
g*rden«. S. W. 4. H. TUCKJEK.
jel3 ddtsr
Cor* riaaisrk
THIS
great labor aad time uving machine for
sale by 8. W. 4 H. TUCKER.
je 13 Aw
Hey sai Ifi* r*rtta.
A
LARGE stock fur saU by
8. W.kH. TUCKEfc.
j»"l3 dtw
ItYTHK RIFLES AND SHARPENERS.
ex're article *f doohl- and treble Scythe
Sharpeners. 8, W. A H. TUCKER.
jel3 dltw
Rick let*
00D irticl* for aal* bv
8. W.ltH. TUCEEB.
je!3 dtw
Large Set 4 *cr»»ns.
OF
tbe upright kind for hrirklaver»end ma«ons,
for sale hv
Jtine 13,1855.
in*:
8. W. k H.
d&w
WASHING MACHINE*.
THE
patent floating-knuckle Wishing Ma
chine, much used in Indiana and Ohio,
a wonderf-jl time and labor-ssvinc machine,
which should be usedby all lare« fainil e« atd
hotel keepers. S. W, &. I!. TUCKER.
je 13 i4cw
GRASS SCYTllE8
LA ROE stock of Waldron's and other mali»
er's Scythes on liand and lor
A
lone 13, 1855.
June 13,1855*
florsfs for rnrle Sam*
TltE
undersicned will pay cash for
thir'y or forty good younr horse*
for the use of the government of the Uni
t» Sta'« s He will be found alw ay* on hand at
the White House or the White S'eble on .lohn
son Street. G. M. MARSHAL,
Keokuk, Fe! 22,1855. dtf
Carriage Painting antl Trimming.
fPHE unat-rsicned having rer'ed the second
A ry o'the Plow and Wagon Factory (Main
and 12lh S'ree's) desiens carrying ou the Car
riage P«ir,tinE Bu'ir.e^s in all its branches.
He is ronfid-nt that he can give entire satisfac
tion and hopes to astil aud receive a aha re *1
public pa r. nage. W. H. EARLEY.
April 10, 185'. d3m
At tbe Two If ew Lime Kiln®,
FOOT ItF IOIRTII STRRET.
I
fpHE
subscriber* keep r-oi stvi.tly o" have
large aupply of the best quality
HAVEthe
Guard and Fob Chains, Keys, jj'
Seal Silver Thinihles, Gold Slides, Snaos. i
Pencils, Pens and Pencils
WATCH REPAIRING.
The subscriber being a practical watchmaker,
feels competent to repair the most difficult and
delicate work that may be entruaird to his**p*«
Citl)
ale w by
S. w
Aw
A H. TUCKER.
train Srythcs ood Cradles.
INCLUDING
the Orape Viua Cradles, a ltrgt
Stock for saio by
S. W. k 11. TUCKER.
ilAi
SCYTHE STATUS.
IN
great variety including the pstent, and slao
the wrought iron S.nath, for s?l» hv
8 W. A H. TUCKER.
June 13,1855. d&w
Bay Rakaa.
Rakes, and tha tnucb appro-eed and
cenerally used Revolving Hori-e Rake.f^r
sale bv S* W. ft 11. TUCKER.
jel3 dAw
uf
Keokuk, May 1,1855. dSm
T. I. MeiffKTrT. M. RORJCE*.
M'Kenny Runner
thu ilay associa'ed theiUMelv.-s together
fot tran*arti », ef the Drug business in
all its branches. They expect to keep on hand
a genera' and well selected assortment of Pure
Dines, Ctiemnals Perfumery, I» mt*, Oils, &e.
Also have by this arrangemeut become sole
pro rietors for the manufacture and sale of H.
GiHmore'e celebra'ed Mama'uke Luument
A
c. /-i,f* .u •., .. and unrivalled vegotab e Anti•Billiou« Pi s, for
Studs, Gold Pens with or without ho ders, Go r»
N U, O N n N
6
innesota, and territory of Nebraska.
All orders in future writ be addressed to
Mc KENNY A RUNNEft.
Dec. 6,1854. dtf
ANEW
short,
N XV. JONES.
ceived at
July 25,'52.
BLACK MiTt.
lv ot black Silk Mils, le»g anrf
ngtrs and no fingera.ins* te
March IS, 1856.
giving sat-
Matches left
ia mv care.
JULES GEISEIL
Ge.l'sBe* ver Hats
r,
lor l^f'5 c*ti b* found at 1h»
SE w YORK AT EMPOR1 DM,
&4, Ma
u street.
C«ll *n4 look at ikam*
FOSTERS.
dAw
&
ALVANIZED IronPnm
dAw
*nrnp Tubing, for sale by
W it TUCKER,
Table Catlery.
JUST
received by ateamer Gossamer a large *s
sortmen'. of Esglish Table Cutlery which we
efier at reduced prices.
BALDWIN, EVANS A CO.
LIMBER,
A E I N E I
THE
subscribers have constantly on band
supply of
Dreased Fleering.
Also, FENCING BOARDS and FEKCJM* P'CKETS,
Siding, and a general asaoitmenl ot dimension
stuft
Mill and Lumber Yard at tbe foot of Second
•liest, Keokuk, lows.
litATT A HAHB1NK*
Apfll 7, 186&. dltnAwly,
1CAHK
pure Blackberry Wmaeettab'c lor sse
dKiasI apd Maiami
VC hole
sale aod Retail Druggist,
Mei frame's Block, -YurlM side oj Alutn St.,
KEOKUK, IOWA.
HAVING
made arrangements for
I psf.^a
i », 11.
trt rH
msnent business in the above Hn^.
now offering t* tberity and conn try
s hir^e and well selfcted ftork of
Dreg*. Medieiaea. Pn nt». Dyes Oils a«4 Ye*J
lilikeft, Ura»h«(, V iniwtrs aa4 Wli4ew
Olaaa,
Also Perfumery and fancy articles, Cigar*, To
bacco and nuff, aod a choice assortment of
Family Groceries, including Spikes. Tens, Fla
voring Extract*. Candte«, Soda, Saiara'us, and a
**riefy of articles iwrtaimng to that department
Si! wiiich will be sold on the pnnciple of '-smajl
profits and quick returns."
Particular at'en?ion given to preparing pre
Srnptions. In csnes wbere medicines are re.
quired duiing the night it is frequently inconve- flLEAR fh
nient to ob ain t?)ern. This diffictHtv I Nlve i Emperiu
completely obviated bv having my resideore in Hat at
a part of the SBIQ/^ building occupied by my i
store and persons desiring medicines, may rely
upon procuring them at all hours, night or day,
wi'hout inconvenifn^e or delay.
Druggists, merchants and ot tiers, purchasing':
by the quantity, are requested to give ine a rail, i
•a I am de'ei ra«ne«l to sell Uverabi* tarns
*s any hou*e in the city.
April6,1855 tily.
€reat Excitcnefitll
AT SHELDOK'S HAT EMPORIUM
fPD F: iarge*i nd be^t stock of Hats, Cap
i St
low a
Umbrella. Carpet Br^, Canes. Ac will always
find a comr leie stock at the New York Hat EL"
porium, HI. Main street.
and
Call sud leok at the new summer style of Hat»,
Which it beautiful. Do not forget the place, at
SHELDON'S, 84, Main stiaet
may
21
BALDWIN. EVANS A CO.,
W'HOL.ESELE DEALERS II*
Hardwaro and Cutlery,
CORKER or FOIHTH AND 91AIN TS.,
KfSUKLK, IOWA.
Annd
TULKEfL
JJEAD
W
RE now receiving aud opemug the Urgr-st
mostcomplete a'sortinenl of goods in their
line ev»-r «,rt»»red for sale in any house in low*.
They have the best facilities for purchasing on
the nio^t favorable term*, and are determined to
keep at all times as full a «tork, and to sell as
low aa any house either in Keokuk or St Louis.
Country merchsr.'s visi'ing K—kuk for the pur
pose of laying their supplies, are re.pectfully so- i then
liclted to call and examine tha stock and prices.
SJPGONS—A veiy larfe s'ork .of brittanis tea
kj at '.able S poon«. ju«t receiveii ani for sale
io w by
BALDWIN, EVANS 4 CO.
RIND STONES—A small lot of the NOVA
I SCOTU just received and for aale by
BALDV^ IN, EVANS A CO.
A MERICANTABLE CUTLERY-Just
iA ceived a besutrful aaeorim^,,.
BALDWIN, EVANS A CO.
Jil«t received a large supply of
UCyTHE
K3 graSk, grain and hu«h Scythes
BALDWIN, EVANS A CO.
PNLTS'RF:YOLVERS—AIIN.LIIOFJAIT^RE-
BALDWIN. EVANS k CO.
Clrcalar Saws.
SMALL lot ot large sizes jus
1
March 13. I85S
I.ime.
Orders may be left at C. Obertoj/s Main t..
between 2d and 3d.
I Price per barrel, C6ct* at the Klin, or 70
if delivered. JOHN ZW ART A CP.
mt
the states of Iowa, II tnoi«. Missouri, Wisconsin,
1
st received by
"ANS A CO.
BALDWIN, EV
MarchlS, I85S.
AXES: AXES
JUSTreceived
of *'Htint*,J aud Vi-gues" celebrats
and for sole |0a by BALDWIN, EVANUACO.
March 13. 1855.
CROSS CUT SAWS-
^N aaaortment^ust received and for sale low
VRV GOODS
For sale by fhe piece or package, at
Boston and New York Prices,
ROR CASH o* ON ARRAOVED CREDIT.
z ..T
k
of a very larje and carefully selected stock of
Drugs. Medicines and Chemicals, Patent Medi
cines, Popular Remedies. Medicinal Liquors,
Paints, Oil?, Dye Stufl«, Perfumery, and every
variety of fancy articles usually found in tbe
best establishments of the kind. Every article
warranted pure and genuine.
Purchasers will confer a mutual favor by calU
ing at our establishment before buying else
where.
Physician* p"»«rripMor\s carefully put up,
it. J. STEWART'S office and
DR
Room iii
S
CAW ANDK1LS—A l.r,. f.,
kj circular saws. pi*t_receved and for sale low WM- W. BELKNAP, A**aL
bf BALDWIN EVANS A «0.
Spring ZmportatioiiB.
8 5 5.
EDDY. JAMESON & CO.
176 aad 172 MAIN STREET, IT LOUIS,
Announce io the ti ade that they have in stare
and are receinr.g as usual the
Largest Slock io St Louis!
consi'tirrtr of ft.e mn»t variod arsortr^erit of
AMLRICAX A\D FOHKK.N
Staple ant) j^ancn
For richness, variety, and adaptation ta tbo'ty ol materialthat is to ba found in any one boas*
wsnts of the West, west of the Mississippi for tbe saanufscture ol
f)7 Ti SlTflPIt /C work to order.
r-^, r- r- H' Lasts are all made to order, and be war-
w
and we resfjectiully solicit the attention of th* j|iay kb, 1855.
American and German trade. i»h28t'.A3wm I
CITY DRVG STORE!
D. F. «dWPHI®r
IIOI.E-ALK AND RETAtt. DHUH
Hats Caps Bonnet*, k MffllaeryGfif!
2.u
it suit vl Mum Sirrtt 2d door from Third,
200
RLiMoi Ds,
IvEoKLK, IOWA.
now recfiviti^ their spring itock of Hats
Cap". Bonnets, Ribbons, and Mtill
Goods. Merchants from tbe country are n
fully invited to call aad aaramiaa Uwir stock aa4
prices.
Marcl. SO, 155f
W°°'
Keokuk, Ma
K
tn which
invite attention. BALDVN IN, EVANS A CO.
we
PIP£- A «h: v just received, and for I
»a'» hv BALL KVI.V, ETANS A CO.
OOD SCREWS- Over 4.f)00 rrose assorted
sizes of the best gitnblet points in store
and for &ale low bv
HOES—Juet
ISs'ock
(]°FKLV Till MM INGS -Just revived a smai FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOQfihft,
\J lot, and forsele by 9tNCY AHO VARILTY 00098.1
BALDWIN, EVANS A CO.
BALDWIN, EVANS A CO.
received a 1 rge supply of handl­
ed ana Carolina Hoes, and for sale al re
duced prices by
r*eeiir*d, al my
D-T'litM PtIREY A GAGS.
f\Af DOZ Palm leaf and 5'raw H*t*. all
style*
by D. F. HUMPHREY AOAGf.
1 ^ur *n(l Ctasimere Rats,Ugh
Itrv and low crown, all qualities, fer *2*
D. F. HUMPHREY A GAOE
and
cheap by
90flfl
8trfcW
*Nd
9i,b
oftlM ao*t*»
£VvU proved stylet by
Ih HUMPHREY A GAOft
RIBBONS,
a few hundred pM**s iust received
hj D. 1. HUMPttitEVAGAGlC
MILTJNFRY
GOOD9 of every d*seriptte*
it reduced prices
HUMPHREY A GAOI
March SO, 185 dly
the way for the New York Half
Call and eet a FaahlnnabteW
SHELDON'S HAT EMPORIUM.
84* Miin fttHMi.
April S4,1855.
tGHT, graceful ar i becoming are thoS* 0*W
XJ style of Gent's Moleskin Hsts fbr sale st
SHELDON'S HAT EMPORIUM
AM*. WW.
The Fast MiUT
PHE Fast S.w Mill one arid a half miles sbev*
A town i* now in operation witb a good stoefc
of Logs. Persons wanting
trMRCR
iw (,:»ods eivr rough? n to th* Su*e of will be furnished on short notiee by lesitlng tb«ir
A r,y one in wan of a n-ca Ha', Cap,' »d*rs at tbe office of
E. R. AD W. FORD, orwitb
WM BROWNELU
11', 1866. dtf
To our Friends
We would say that we hate new to ater«, o*t
*nly ONE of tha best, but decidedly the vgav
BEST aaaortment of Soots and Shoes ever oflkrad
for sale in the Sfafe of Iowa. We have pat our*
selves to tnoch pains to get such goods as wilt
i not fall to give entire satisfaction to the meet
fisstidious taste. Our prices shall be such as will
I suit o*r customers, aa we are determined net t*
be undersold by any deaUrs in the Weet. W.
ask of the Merchants of Iowa a eareful **us^
natien of our Goods, and s comparison of **r
prices with those of other Western places of
trading. We only ask tha patron iga of de*)*rs
upon conditions that we offer better induceaufits
others. Respectfully,
MOODY A THOMPSON,
okuk, to**, April 11, 186ft. dAwtf
1«»5
ISM
Spring and Summer Trade.
JAMCS F. CUX,
Wbosesalf Dealer ID Dry Coodl/
9S, MA1.\ STREET, EEOhl'L
now in receipt of a very heary and complete
of
YAH EE N OTIONS,
»i:OTSA SHOIS,
11 ATS A CA PSf
I AC., AC.
To which he invites the attention of merchant*
visiting this city for supplies, as be eaa offer
them such inducements that they will find it biab
ly advantageous to give hi* stock an examina
tion before buying elsewhere.
April 6. dfcwtt
FLOUR! FLOCIi
fpITE und^rrsigned wishes to inform
_June 1,
ALDWIN, EVAN.S A CO.
1 5 5
a supplr
ted Axes
hy stramer Go-samer a sup
6?'
,nd
,? .y TV
1 in h,#
l,D*
n
Borrowt Biork. Mais Street, Keokuk.
STEWART are now i n receipt
1
m
TB* ctli-
zens of Keokuk and vicinity, that he baa for'
se e a prime artif Je of FLOC*, made of pure Fall
do w ell la call at the CITY MILLS.
Flour delivered in any part^f the city free of
charge.
W. H. AC/8TUL
d3m
I In*«ranc© Agency.
*»»B iBseraace Cm Hartiar^ Cea*.
TA I N S U A N E O N A I I
Of Ogdr»iishurg, N'rw York.
HARTFffcD FIHIl INSU8ANCK COMPANY
Mercantile, Pi re a Marls* IsiSrun
Of Covington, Ky.
WERCHANTV FIKIC ANDMAH1NE INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA.
"THE above are all sound and reliable Cottp*.
Corner Main and Secouf*Str*eta
June 4,1856. dim
A LL the new summer styles o Gent's soft drets
Hats as worn ID New York just received aad
for aste cheap at SHELDON'S
Calt and |,«k at Ibem. 84, Maia street.
May 21,1855.
A SPLENDID assortment of children's faacy
Hats and Caps for summer wear, the latest
aurnmer style just received and for sale cheap at
SHFLDON'S HAT
EMroa.cn, 84,Maws4,
Ladies, call and look at them.
ms\2l
LATEST STYLKft
Of lioolt and Slioei,
*LL persons deeiriRg the Litest Fashion!
to s^-e what they ar») woijld do well to eall
at Duk.'s -Boot and Shoe Etnj
oriiim,M
si
wher*
i he is anxious to show his n«w and sp!endid stoekr
which is always kepi full and complete frem hie
own manufactory, th most extensive in the city,
thu* enabling him to fill orders more promptly
than any o'her house.
He has the greatest assortment and best (itiali
*,! his work superior to any thing
,n
,ow»* C»M
*nd tor yeumin
CaM end see for yourself
i
BO. F. IX)DS0N,
HAS
iu*t received one of the largest aad best
selected stocks of Cloth, Caaaimeres *n4
Vesting^ ver brought to the Stat* of lows,
which he will make up at tbe shortest notice an*
in the latest style.
ANo a'good assortment of Gent's Furnishing
Goods, such es Shirts, Collars, Hi&dkerehiet**
Craiats, Hose, kc
Do not forge* tins piece, No i, Skr**t, fc
tween Main k Johnson.
May 26,1664.
coaaoltinf
the Ding Store.
raortssruAi asrcasnrcss i
T, O. Edwards, Ohio M*d(e*l OetleM1
J. Cobb, *t
i'
y,
BEN. F. DODSOlf.
N E U N E O Z E N a n s Legbeft
Ha'* just leceived per EsffSSS.
All the New Vork »t»e« fot»,s'e *h**p
HIE LOON'S, $4, Meia
m*211H65
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