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K E O K U K
IftSjm" MORNING, AUG 2 1S:»5
(At. PAPER or THE CITY.
^WtLUSGWoGI) ROUTE—PROP08XD i wh'ch
ijtfeb gives name to the route, was com-
town called Coliinjwood is located. Fr^m ^ey
Hemoval of Ctov. Rceder
As we predicted, GJV. Reeder has bae11
»ovcd, and J. L. Dawson, of Pa., ap-
minted in lis place. The charge of spec-'
la:ing in lands contrary to law is that on
hich official action was probab'y based,
the real cflTcnce in the eves of the
dniinistration no Joubt was
Kansas a Slave State, by i,ry means l«. i
sary.
Who tl.is man Dawson
1», U remains to
U seen but he pro! ably has been sekct-
bronght against Gov. Ileeder, and may
be expected ta deport himself with a good
d«al^! docility towards tus aUvehotding
friends. We question if it do rot rrquue
adegrea c-f submissivenesa and sacrifice! °PP
cf personal predilection which will render **T?
ilaometbing of a trial to him.
CAWDIDATB roa RECOHDIR ASD TRI:A
*VREa—An opinion prevails to some ex­
tent that the candiJate this ofiiec is our
present oons'able, H. M. Griffith. That
gentleman, however, is serving very ac­
e 4,
W5
SHIP CANAL. unnecessary to give the letter itself An leison Wm
4
i
Many persons have undoubtedly noticed at length. Allen Win s
advertisements and remark* tout the Mr. Stuart md Mr. Boyles enu*ruining
gn
-Vl.ctl Ji.hji it Si
Cof ngwood route, vu bout taking the *»miar views upon the question, they Arnold 8
JHUble to inform, themselves what are ita united in the reply, and are therefore Mr Ai'ae^jrad Gottlcb
imm'imi and advantages. The railroad the same attitude before the people In B.nr Air 11
that
MRiced at Toror^o, Canada, find runs take, it seems to us, is the only fair and Ikaii Mrs Mary
from that place to a point at the south- consistent one. Whatever may be their jjarr's "'l4r,et
•astern extremity of Georgia Bty, wherv a personal opinions, one way or the other, Bruce Mrs Caroline?
can
thence travellers take sfetmers fcr the '^ie bonds, than to issue them in strict ac- Beam&s Mirfiii
western ports. The advantages of the 'cordance wiili the Liw, and they couli do HT»cfITEJacjb
ute 8ie loss in point of lime thr-n those
110 css ur
cotthnaoua railroaJ-lines have to~P*°P*r *n»'n« to ascertain what the posi- i j^huf! Cnriniish
er, batless time it consumed than hy tue law is. B*en-it Joint
tlgiordiniry steamer voyages around the Mastaose, lo va, July 2th, '55. B^'I's^p'atrtcli
and it is less tedious than to ride so JOHN
ceptably in the office which he already oc-1 ^Holemn vow of'hhSanT
cupiet, and solicits the votes of the people
f«r
rt.W
i*ih, an old resident of the city, and well
quires three thousand five hundred sheep
.€®e thousand live hundred shiwls pci
4lav. and consume cochineal to the value
of sixty thousand dollars per annum
Exchange.
1*nen the Lawrence mills consume ene
twer/. eth of ail the wool produced in the
Unite 1 States, or very near it, and it
9 .80(1000 lbs
ttcn ,f the
•wl.ttf we conside
This is a large propor-
m1
whole amount, especially
there are 1 ,&58 oihtr* to divide the con
sumption.
An!, by tlie way, in
n
with wh*rh they border on to the cotton
Ko. of eatabliohiac-nis. 1459
Capital invested, $
28.118.
€50
Pounds Wool, 70,062,^29
Tons coal used in manarre, 46 370
Value of raw nmerial, 25,755.991
Hands employed, males, 22 678
kujales, iti.574
Wages per month range from $6 to
«3£
Gross amount of products, 43,207,545
The summary of the cotton business is
§s follows
Estsblisbm«au, 1,091
Capiul invested^ 74 500,931
Bales cotton, ti41,240
Tons of cos!, 121,09*
ue uf raw material, 835,058
employ ed, male*. 3^, 1M)
females. 50,130
month average from
32,14
BROWN
tutbf rail uninterruptedly as from Buffalo Gentlemen Your note of the 27th iask I filler Martin 2
"go. is received. You call our attention to the
_tb has been put into oprra- f*ct that the County of Lee, by a majority B«uiu:.2r George
ft project has been started for a ship vote, in November, 1053, decided to tafce
i
over the same route, if such a canal stock in ti e »mount of $200,000 each in n.*airi »n try
cut, it is contended that it would the Fort Mftdisen and Keokuk Ilailroads,' Butk j-nnes
Burnliiifri Jleni)
600 mneg of the most perilous and an to the fact of the rescission of paid Booth W 11
••nsive distance of the lake voyagp, and vote at a subsequent election, and *»y
ve an important item of economy to that after it w«s ascertained a majority of Butler Huhanl
cram-growers of the West, by re- votes was cast for rescission, the present Rolheni j^kobus S
"tig the price of transportation from County Judge subsetibed for the county BUv-k
to five cents jer bushel. $200,000 lo each of said roads, and y* u Bv
S**]0s w tob«s taken to ascertain if the dasire to know the course we witl'ake if H.-wevn Prise:IIa
ire Of tl"1 flfllintf V I fl ttllf.lt A .Anrlit. ittlltAV ia utav. Atl tn I Vi a nlltnu /.f Ofiiln* »l 1| lilttl
re to b« taken to ascertain if the desire to know the course we witl'ake if H.-wevn Prise
lb
the country is such as to render either is elected to the office of Coun'y B•»iIJ
n.'V^Y114
'M!SIPO '2
prise a practicable undertaking. Judge, and are called upon by the parties Bithgoorr Eu.i
moval of Oov. Reeder. interested to issue county bonds for the Blchi)'
,uu
o
e
ta ieu
ni1^
iriasmuch 8 a
ZcBS ie
his htsitan-
to be used as a mere tool of the slave
l»c!dtrs w ho have datimined to make
cri l,on w 8
said 0Ilds
1
1 thatlhe
•i^j
Mct
thatlhe 8jh
i"
and
te,,t eraons We
lo no on
0,cd to th
n
if
,w, TV- i a vow return. Promie one another uagal Jamrs
far no other position. The candidate for secretly nerer, n .1 in jest, to wran^e with D'"e«*t !-'*, 2
Recorder and Treasurer is A. W. Grif- each oilier never to bandy words or in-
dul e in lhft }ea6t
known to the people generally. say,^never! Wrangling and putting on pui.kir H^nry
I_ L.. -.. an air of ill-humor merely to taste, b«- i -uslass II
GREAT Cossuaprir» or Woot —It re-
coa,es
Next
to be kept a whole year to support th« solemnly i.ever to Itiive a secret from eacli Ddl Anureu
La
w renee (Massachusetts) mills with otlser un'er whatever pretext, with what- Doiar James
1 J..
1.1 Hi...
900I for a single day. They produoe everexcuBe it mi ht be. You must con-
bu'confess it. And as'you keep nothing
secret from each otner,
*nsus statistics of 1050 io asceria •n ,« 1 P~ footer wot
MO .0 „«rta!«
IZTt",!,ht*r
1 V
.«« foci#, it i. interesting to observe the Ah ,n1' i vIL" Tl V'
acre.ne the importance of the wool their wi-d»itn£» d«v knovs n tins «ecret how FhnnJ.imea
crop. The wool summary is as follows CHOLERA AT SUKT BTVILLS —Tfio report J*r
t,,e
i K«n'
a,
Yi.it cot-VI\ 13axits WKHTIOX. &XBT OF XjETTERS
We jft receipt of a letter directed EMAINING in *h« Post Office at Keokn
t, Mr. S uart, .!,»«„ lo n* directed I.' gZSjffZS"
Mr. I1o) lea, in reference to the iju tt *n Arm hi Dr A Ksnfltnan Lous
of tbe County It ail road Bofldhi. file 'Armstrong Mti 2 Keito tmnuel
contents of the Jotter of inquiry are rccft- Arend Cor.radr7
pitulaled in the reply of those gentlemen, i Atkley PeninJL
... Au sp.iatrC
found below, and it is there- Anderson J-hua
regard. The position which they iir"wKrs Mry
do fio more fi those desiring Mtm*1'*
tbo county than to use all Bums Charie«
and others—- Btok W
stock thus subfcnbud for bv the County atmnn Saoi
Judire. i 8
ln ansWu we wou!J [h A ive
now take the position, that "riit**r.d*tn LC
r^rtion of the citi-
county believe that said sub- Chamberin.t Miss Ann
illeg^nl nnd wrong, if elected
wo will refuse to is*ue or deliver any of .Chandler Ms Selah
Cochran Mr
**nt»l, after a fair investigation,
lhe Sl, reme Court of
cide that taid subscription was legal and hon-i
Capitv A K
right, wheL we shall consider it our duty Connel J.iin
ri ht neL we
•d with a view (o obviate the objcctioiu fcball also consider it our duty to see j'hman A K
Ifiht affaintt Gov. Rcmler. an.l m»*
At wood A 2 Kn-«lis Jitiws
Alexander *.u»ford
Ffltot John
,ar,
a i i n o n a i k
1
W
Brocket
o(|
the State bhull de
Copeland W
Cor'ter Lorenzo
consider it our duty
lo act in ccordance wi ssid
decision.—
ctis properly investigated,^'^" A
is
properly
of
bt fi,rc aHiea
Uie said bonds
CopperslIltth
argued be
fire the Courts by ccmpe- Culin^ Joseph
consider thi* course
justice to those who are Cutnioom Jt i
*8«u«
bonds, but neccs-1
cK'JC
SAMUEL BOYLi S.
A4vlr« ta the Newly Marrird. '5
Zsfhokte. in ««. oflii. ute.. give, the {JX'jm'
iOiiowii !.' advice to a bride
)av
'in ttiy first solitary hour after the' ti-el Aron, 3
take the bridegroom and de-
ao
o w* v uvuj miner,
%oula require for a year's supply some moiher, sister, brother, launt and the Labe-r »i'
Vou tw
Ur OWtl t,u
., ... fourtli one whom you draw into it with O^-en
Rider that besides these mills
you wi
ji
i5S oLhcrji tu divide the con- you two. That should never be. Prom- JKuVfjlear''''
ise this to each other. Renew }he vow Flood Joht
in looking at the
81 each
W'n
J'Ti"?
ters from Russian sources ia Belgium
deny Alexander's ailment.
cte, fbl,86f,184 Kf. PAUL, Minn., Juljr fQtb Our
tcfiiii'un' of each Conventions for the nomination of I-1«.
tout.try. Of gale* Congress, have nominated W. R.
s exported Marshall Ate soil, und II. M. Rice for de
whole mocralx candidate.
re- JiinuKAjPaLis, Ju'y 28.—Twenty wm.
at work on- the Wabash Valley Railroad'
u w 5
earnest in practice. Mark thut!— n'ff01'*1 7 n
pvomi.se each other siuemdy and B'.levM'r E
1
1 1
Absahun
Jaffie9
md ,ve h,ra
1
«vil E
R'",aris
A
vil A! IHi JlHt.
tinunlly and every moment see clearly into
cach_other's
,,ni,,t Rret
A
VIS \V
u
k
k
on the contra- E?d^ Jam™
ry, pres'r\e the jrivitcit-s of your housej E^ettont John
mania^e-state and heart from father P'sher Carles W
Fabt-r Ca:l
°. will? «od's help build K^fh'j.wph, 2
U RTNL.L V,... T'KRins Mrs SL
1 nun josenn, z
world everj third or Fturh Dnoei 0
iorrn a arIy and #Und between
^"'P'-Htion. You will find your
Y IV*
il
HrPfl* Ino^t ntnf if l«»tf «... ...
4
t» "w
our. /vn ii in inj a \ounj^ tiair had on iktu rJohn
U
crop and manufactures, and the closenesa ®any marriages-were happier than, alas,
i
fL-
to
Kennedy Johu 1' ii
Kurr
Kerr Chas
KegeLh itt John
Kin Tones**
LN RaVrt
i.otmiSTlfcOSK2
4Oi
dy
W
interested coukt Cabn.et Mr
H^pec'.fully, cilSiiuL.,
H. G. STUART, Clai k Mfury II
Divts
Dertmire Edward
iu fs
John
Lan» Ft'/,
Lovt'la-8 G«*ori«e
Lsnr.iev MirtHj
Lot?|nidc II
Lsfin lcn®'9
Lj en Mi». A It
Lttdl.tn Miss JletMtea
Lugferbarg John
Lam my A
Lone
Lmili.ff Christoff
L*ach WtlliHin
L»*i K
Lawsoii Hobert
Laltnrd Eilinorul
Lw j«-r Bartram
Litrtiati Tltumai
Lankly Kobert
Lac, TiiTtnan
W
Alo«ipr (-Catharine
Motion
Mo. re
Mornson U'm
Moj liin Julia
Moore Mihew A
Aleiton W
Monroe iSarah
MOTNII TIJOS
MohlmaeMer Jo»
Alarim Deniitg
Men id- th John
Moore Geo 8
Alailifwi ls»ac
Miiifr J.tinea W
JVhor 1'
Mm pity
Moore Pulnck
Mdth ry Htrain, 2
mc0 tt:iald Chas. A
wcK.iliy J. hn
sscBrtde Ca|t
SlcKnall Cttas 'J
McKitall Amanda
Me iite Merlin
K 'C'
oskey Choi
itcSrew blizctheih
Mrllray Geotgo
HtKny ones
iisGuir. nuis
MCM'-Ihtt JdIID. 2
Hcl.ii.phUn James
mcG ew I
McEnlj re Alexander
Natke'iipi-r Henry
Newland U in.
N«*l"oti II -ri»*t
ula 3
4
Jacob
Nenman E
N'ichob W
O Chas
Ort Ka' I
O li y Honry
O Rtley John
C/WIMI* Mrs E
Phillijj.s Luanda E
Powers John
PPes ehnrd
Pri«ldy Thos
Pente 1 Maria
Pen re .1 8
Parker WT
Piles Henry
Ptassp
Prdew W
Potson Wm
P.irks Mary E
Pu'tiam N
Place I
Pot'h
Pay too Chas F, 2
Pender J.thn
Pet.'Tsott Rfker
Pool Elizabeth
Prici Paul
Proha-co John
Wt|if(Oh Thornaa
Puntpnnen S W
P»tit l»ah
P*ncp W
Park» Jiis
Qatrkly John
Jtobh Jon
Rit e N
ick
'H bumor. N ver, 1 vv ii"
I* Aloxamlra
sum. Even when one of |)a«t.ia4 Am'ii.ia"
Kduianson nines
jou has committed a fault, wait iu»t an in
stant but confess it freely, let it cost te:rs:
E^eetkiiig Rc?. Freder-R»V!iolr!«
Reed Rev S C, it
Ro'-e V W
Rose Mr Jane
K"odnak Klira
Rt'ly Daniel
.Robinson J,hn
R-ed Ruth
Rorkalniann Mansur
Ronsleau Gjo
Ry nJohn
R«h nrad
Rttea L»w*
Mary
,x
"j
r^rt
).!ft
»"MO tvitlj »'vTT y.
rriafr„0 V .1. fiordett W W
UlOf'lt LPwl*
Gn-n Fniikiin
flUh
r.--va^es of cholera at Shelby viile" Gr.'SvIh wfiiai-d
seems to be somewhat» iterate.1. though tiootlwism Gidt an, 3
there is n doubt it is attended with much heriy Pet«r
fatality. Besides Gen. Thornton, we y.,ayTAMr
learn hat Capt. Brevvshr and several c^M.fjo-hway
other ol 1 citizens, and a number of vi#i- (.'ruham Henry
tors have la len victims to the disease.
W AI
Gb:ton
Oo' Tt.»rbd.y Iht I)«ntar O..VM.
tour deaths occurred, Bnd some eight new I.har Mrs Bugst
cases wefe reported. The cholera is also i tireen Joan
at Sullivan. One or two deaths had oc-•
i,om ife of
t&elkr of that place.—\Alton Courier, |u oxbeck Mr« Naney
t,,,.,, T. I iambic James
U.LM-.»s fir 1HE 2AR. |t is positively Guthrie Sntue),2
stateu in English papers that th« Emperor Gallon* Miss Sarah
Alexander U in a bad slate of health Gardner Saiauel 2
Cotuu'xption i. hi. rejmud
u
Lauraoce
repn s
phel1
51^1' A..I.»
rf.dj,. The JI^TLrta.
same papers used to n port that the Em- Hotchn s William
peror Nicholas was ii.tane. Private let-
1
llyarz.t ker Gottish
Hi-lit M^ibiaa
Hams (jutiil«r
J[tat ru & Co
ligan Richard
Ilctwkin* Jttmu
ln-\ir t'a.*|.er
How WithamjL
H»'#ley John
ll ui ick Jatnes
liuy te W
mm-m
HjW,,u
V
n
William, 2
1
Htuemau Ch
ere prostrated hy sunstroke. I|,0H» P*triffc r'
Ilaydei
lla'er aitinna
llall FMwartl
lfi.'h« Tiiom '-i
High! Wiiliatr
Hubble Mi-* Liz/y
Heny WiHinrn, 1
llaf.liant Henry
Hoee Henry
li«t!o»t John
Hattntberlson Capt
i Hoitftht John A
Haffi'al'fr Ptitlip
Hainil,"n
H»nrv Joceph
Hosti'a
11 til Jo ft 11
I Haydt-n O W
Har awick Josejilt I.
Huhbert Frank hn
Hniclnnsot. W
Hoey (Mr
Ha'field MUaP
Han Jane El
Jackson Frark
Jo'Hson
Jentson S W
Jncobs Miss S
Jontson Mr Ab-Xioider
Jon'soti Mrs M-»rv
Jatad Mi-s ?arah
Jordan Dr I 3
i Keslet K I
Kento^i v Jt hn
Keitnedj' James
Daniel
Mder S K
Merit S it
Mi.rk A
Mills Julia A
MU'ry Mtss A
Miliiff lotil)
K'ans
Miir ey John
Mejflier W
Miiier i/itn
Mtsteiaon J.hn
Milter icob
sugee Thomas
Cupt Jas W Moon Thcniat
Can
K"lker Cornelius
Kf fi'Z Mr
Kti-csland S.iei
K i iiilit A lot./.o
1
Rot ettt W
lioik W
Roj sen Malaney
Ret ce Evans
Ri k* Loti-a
Rr»S" Nancy Ann
JRhea W in
Ratitnit Tom
Siiiitli sir
Smith E ios
SID th George
Srtii Joseph
8 a le E
S^' ton «t Son
Sc it
Si-k man S trail
Sawyer S ttnuel
Sirtvell (Jiiailes
Sallei s Jus
Sea j*t Geo W
Sttfon 2
Shield* Lemuel
8ai it» Mot sur
Sample Robert
Silovvman W in S
Ssnnot MatheW
S or II
Swartwait A
Selling: Sarah
Sequine
Steel Win
S'em urhrate
Stafford John
Stine John
Sheldon Charlu'le
Saely S iiDuelJ
StiKw.ight
Shoemaker Mart
Burnt A V
Settles Horace 3
Sanborn Prof Jg|ia 6
Bat lber Johu
Tl oinas Strati
Tiiulim Henry
Titompson
Teft Mr
Teters v Fry %,
Tot tar Peter
Tste Jos
Turner Ettaaheg
Ill «.s W fa.
A. 1.
Vtrt* Jam»s
Va idev- titer air
W list 11 M^s MSfy A
Wtliiflnt-i Erbe
W»i»nirh William
Wi •ker*h.in E Iwanl
Willtbod Tl.i n. s
\V,»t I'fV tu.fi
Woll^r E
\V»»d ?.o-ct
W' lls Ch'tt l1- 2
Wtlnon Witt
WV.i If Christian
Wiite }li»t»ey I)
WJIiford Mrs Nar.ry
Wlo•lock F.' Vtn
Wallace W.tliara
W .tty Adrian
W^stcott Henry
Wiiod ^atnodi
W
Woodhorn hn
Wdli-'ms 13
W^at Jane
Wnlker James
Wittben Gftjf't
W. iijitt'r Elizabeth
Web-ter Andtew
White S lornofi
Waroer Ao^ast
"Wood F.
Ward W*ilT8
AVr'thtmOfr
Wilihau M4iy A
AViihrnng N E
Wilson O
West W
Wd'is Austin S
Wooll Mr
ynt'kl" Sam
W*. PATTERSON, P. M.
the afT. ir of the 18th.
IIEIOIITS OF INKF.RMA?!. June L3 h.
'•Comrades! The bloody mhat of
yesu-rd:\y, and '.be feat of cur enemy
has n^ain crowned cur aims with iniinor
jtal laurels. Htissia ows you her that.ks,
and will not reluse them. Many of our
cotnpai ions-in-nnns hi ve tea ed with
I'.htir blood the oath which they took, and
sn have kept sacred the pionme which I
tsfave to the Emperor, eur father. Com
r.ules, I thank jou for it."
"My bro'hers btrge reinforcements are
-matching fnm all parts of cur sacrej
Russia. They will si ori be witli us.—
Opp«se, RS you have hitherto done, yeur
man y breasts to the fire of our impious
tnetntes, »nd die as your comrades have
died, with arms in your hands in nn hon
orable ccn'est,— man to man, breust to
|*breast,— rather than violate lhe oath
I which 3 ou h:is*e fworn to your country,
to presnvc our Sehastopol!"
"Soldiers the enemy is beaten—driven
luck with enormous losses. Your com
i mandt-r again thatiks you in the name of
jibe Emperor and of ho'y Ku»m. The
time is near at hand when the prole of the
enemy shall be overthrown,—wlwn bis
I army shall he swept from our territory
like straw before tbe wind. Tjn'il then
have faith in Cod, and fi^bt for y. ur Em
peror ind country. GORT?CUAK.CIF.
TOMBOVS.—The public mind is aw a
ketung to the impcrtance of physical edu
cation.
At the recent ladies' exhibition of p} m
na-tio, caKstl.etiic. and dancing exeieises,
given at Professor Stew.irt's rooms in Bos
tors, Dr. J. V. C. Fmith, Mayor, in lis
speech to the parents and teachers while 1 until ail is paid,
distributing the piiz.s, addressed them it
roui 1« natlt on the imporiance of thus
developing the muse ilar appnr.*tiis of
children, and made the p*rt't!:ent remark,
"That the girls be knew when a boy who
used to climb trees and fences with the
boys, and who were called '"Tomboys*'
i by their mothers, wore now, wherever
foun
strong
lait PublURed by Harper it Bra.
WAIK!\
A, or Adventures on the Mosquito
Sh oe. By Samuel Bard. With ajxty il
lustrations. For sale by
July 31—dlw T. CAVE & SON,
NEW HOPE, or lb* Itescttf.~
A TALK of the Great Kanawha. One of the
mojt spirited and graohtc pictures cf West
era life ever written. CAVE Sl SON,
July 31^8^ dlw
THE
Heiress ef H-nightoa, or the Mother's
Secret.
The heroine is one oi the portrait-
ures of fema'e loveliness ever produced.
For nale bv CAVE &. SON.
1 JfllySl—dlw
1 Stray Horse.
STHAVED fr
t*tivi"
12 ."as: t»n
i-jm«.
ME.4L, Al'.m & tm
)'i i.f»r,r.
Nsat, Are it 6C o. Broad S ., N.
WILLIAMS, TAJSHIR & Co., DULLL!.
SHIP TATT.T 1»V
Petfir1*l ine »te imrr». !««t Cearllandt atfssl.
Fur Hi!U upi'ly to
KKAC, Alitor Jt Co.
K. HNO«IK»'. I Broad.Street,
Vttwitt.Htii.Yti NfW-York.
Mark Packae^j. 'XT AI., ABJJOT A CV# Lvrat-?a.'
1855.
9 a n W s i
EAL. ABBOT ft CO., New
[riet"rs.
Imparlrr* and Jtbkeri
dispa'
Ira!.
Jolt
July
th" snbscri&er, enruer
f!Sk~,
of Exchange and Tliirteeth.Stree:-, a
Itay tmr-e, about ten years old, (•tnaU
silted, short black innre, and black tail, back
some what b'*nt Any person returning said
jborso shall be liberal'v rewarded.
I GEORGE LOEFFLE&.
Keokuk, August 1, dlw*
W
E hav,p
Police
sine mi* rttreshtng Machine.
Pit, K.i ii fi Id'* It not called
in
*f
rked
for within thirtv dav#, it will ha old to pay
charges. CONN ABLE, SMYTH & CO,
Ke. kuk, July 31, 1S55. dim
To Contractors.
npHE undersigned is prepaied and will contin
JL ue to receive, until Au:u-t l.jth. prupu-iai
for tne constni-tK'n of th* Road-bed ol the first
Division of the Keokuk. Mt. Pleas*.' and Mtu
icatiue R.ulie id. Sid woik to consist of Clear
ttt|. Oruhtving, Grading, and Masonry.
I plan, profiles and specifications, may be seen
i at 'lie rffi.ee of the Engineer, la Keokuk, after
1 An i«t I ft.
Isaid wuik will be let in specific Jobs, or by
Sections, or as a whole, ai may be deemed best
for the interest ol the company.
Contractors will state, in their proposals, the
|Hi&ewhen they will be readv to begin the work
I tti lhe event ol lt being given to then).
i U'Ue company tesei vex the i^h', nt !hc letting
of making such deposition of tile bids as may
be de
ctne-l best for its m'eresls.
^\ll proposals will be scaled.
J. K. HORMSI1.
(ien. A^cnt K. Mt. P. and M. R. R. Oo.
Ths newspapers in Keokuk, Mt. IVasait,
Muscatine uid Davenport, will please copy and
charge to the company.
JLiadies" 0lioes.
'1/E are now manufacturing fine Shoes f«r la*
IT dies, which we will v*arrant.
t'all at thi *t reoi
ODLLL k. MAThtm.
May N l*&ft l*w
no pains will be spaied
I BP.
\T EAL. ABBOT ft CO., New York WIL
il LI \MS, A N.N EH ii CO., Buffalo, Prc-
i ship daily from Pier 2. East River, N«w York.
All eargoea fully in nred to BiifTalo
No Tran-htjonent betweejt New York and
Buffalo.
F^r Freight, apply to Neal. Abbot &. Co., P.
ft. Brooke, Virgil Hillyer, No. 88 Broad Street,
xWw Y'»rk.
Mark Packf^.. "M. W. Line."
July 27, IBo). dawti.t
I ('AMI I'RCIKBI lif-l *i:,
& I O
i Etrlhenwire, Chir.a awl flfasStcare,
No. 195 Pearl Street, ant! No. 01 Chambers St.,
NEW YORK,
WOULD
say to M'tJiant* and Dealers gen
eraliy that, bavtug estab i»h»d a CA*H
i HorsK in this branch of tradt*. tbev are lullv
co voiced that they can aeil Cs' CKI.KV etc., at
Mich prices as ill pay the pon ha^cr a fine p'of
Etperyiiice ha* proved* very
OorUchaLofr* Addre«« ta tbe ArniT
The foliowinir is GorlschakofT'a address it 'o retail.
i i i n s i e y o u s a n y a e i n s i y o e o w e i a i n
to the garrison of oebatopol 'he day ater
caw
July 27, 1^55. dly
j| ^y^tero, we can afford to fell from ten to DMPi Book-keeping, Harper's edtti
iiiiBK piffliisG kw mmm.
THE unlers!gfie4 rexpectfu'ly anno'iru-es lo
the n izens ol Keokuk that |»e has opei.etl n
Patiit Shop on Third Stieef, above Main, vwfcet^
will b» ple««ed to attend to the ordfcr* i
those w ho tn:*y tavor hnn wi'h a rail. He il it
tt-rs* himself that his work will compare wit'
any done in the eastern etites. 8p"Citn-na of
'his opp rtuitify to inf.-rm the public in general
of the prices I will now take for the seme. A
Ii.»t is ber« ur.to annexed
N ?4 of section H, township 65, ran
'4
N VV
s
81*
17,
..
WM. GILLISS
lu iiiot.il!
D. F. HUMPHREY & GAGE
I I VK
women in society, with
teroovf itie.
..
Country Mrrchant low a or eNev here,
Our room* are fitted up in the finest style and
e
J. «. IIKKBB,
Main Strrrf, briw'tn Sixth nnd Seventh
WHOLESALE
W
i'
r,
July 24,1^55. dly
Boot and Sli-r Ma mi factory.
Tilt LATI-1T lit II
A
nounce that they ure prepared to manufactpre
the neati^t and moa la-hiouable Boots and
Siioes ihat can he go? up
Oeternjit.ed not to be excelled by any man
facturew in the West they solicit a share «f pub
lic pttronnge.
As we purchase direct fr the importers, oor
•to. k is always ol the latent fashion and best
tpiahtv, and at the lowest flattie*.
As WH keep no K'.s'erii or -h-p work on hand,
we warrant ul our teady made Pools and Shoes
of the same character a» those made t» order.
Call and leave your order* tor a good fit. War
ranted lo suit in every paiticular.
J- T. HARRIS & CO.
July 21, IK,.'". v
JULY ARRIVAL!
2 6
i n
40 pieces Blenched Cotton Drilling.
23 New Votk Mill, bleached Shirtins.
20 Ri»J and Yellow Flannel.
AM of which will be sold very, low at 85
Main Street. J. A. Dl'UKF.EfcCO.
Jttly 20, 1855. dtf
Great Reduction la Prke of Dress Goods.
THF
Ladifss are advi-c 1 that from thi day
will »ell the b.il jiice of rnv stock of Tissues,
Bareges, Pi inted Jaconets and 1 ther summer
Oress Goods id less than cost
Qrea! Barg..me can be bdd by calling aoon,
o n«TEK^
l«t*V It. !*W.
HI It! Fl
wenty per eenl telow the regular credit trade fl.^O. the in*»t perfect HMI comprel ensive In th«
rice.-. English Urg-tage. Duff'* UV-iertt Steamers
)ur
sty |e« and prices, a list of which will be for
warde't by mail to am pirty desiring.
Earthenware, by the Invoice, «f«gt« fMICtage,
or very carefully repacked toi the
cocrfTev TSAOr-
wood and marbit* imitations may he. seen by ,,
if yon wan' wmk d^ne in my line, with neal- material,
ness a dispa'ch, ca'l on me— ill I a-K i« a fair
JEREMIAH BROWN.
«!lsn
r-
Lmidsi dfc t/ily f^ois lor
!Nf« lieen r.-ijU" ted by Mil.dry j'» r- IIS
niid Mindrv t»ueio name the price* I
w-ouhl !ak- for my lands and lots in l»v a, I uke
0 ?,
fc.'.
n Ke k ik.
J2 Wi Block
.. jo
4
k
6
w hcite of
a»,d I5't in
ta
jit
l-t
v 'tie. a
6—5
a th.
Lw's ti"
CORSI* MAIN AM JL I1ERSO* »Ta.T
lltultPtitdn, tea.
A
BRANCH OR the M«'Tt- :.*ii!e CYll^e ol
PenneyH(.liin—in'-orpt'talfd by '1 a L'-^ia
latute of that State with perpetual chaiter.
TRlvrEt:*.
His Escellency the HON.JAMCS BOCMANAN
HON.
WM.
NU N
W'II KIN1, (late Secttiary at War*)
(the Hon, MOSKS HAMCTON HOW. W H. LOW
hV Hoy CIIAHLICS NaYLOB} aud Glw. J. K,
MOOKKHE.VO,
i FAfriTY.
i ANDREW T. HOWDI n, late senior Profei!»or of
Book Keeping nn 1 tnno tcial Science in the
Mercantile Colleg" c»l" PeUii# Ivatita.
Leuia 11. IAi,norr, late Professor ef Coro
i merctol snd Ornaiuuital P:-iiniatiship in the *am«
ins'itution.
CHAS. BCN. DASWIK member of the Barline
ton Bar—Professor of Mercantile Law.
The Principals design carrying out in every
particular that c»nrs« of training for busin^G JK
Induced anil followed up tor upward# ol fif'een
yeats by Mr. Deer, the founder of the Mercan
tile Collage ol PetiB*yha!.ia. bv uhirh at'o
Hterefiant# and Imv^ b*en q»ai
ified lor business. It is row regained by bust
ness men aa the most ttiwroutfh and effective pre
i garstion lor the accountant ctven in the fnitH
States. It comprehend* upwards ol 400 real
i business tranaacttons—tllf|.Mratin|r six different
methods of eonductit:^ books bv double entry—
about "iJiO commercial comp-jtHtinns, explaminff
many business operuti.jr.ji »..t fa.jn.l in comm
arithmetics—-h ct.mprelienftre course of metca'
tile penmanship—business form* and bu*ine
letters'—oaily lectures en coioinerctal law
Accountant, a perfect avsfem for t»t»cb aeeounts
or- SI—To be bad at Corse's Bookstore, Jefferson
Street.
iy S#T»d for a Circular I y trail,
tiurltncton. JMIV 10. IX?I." ()&.*
Wt,
ihe S
N K
A5
1
THE
U
der,
K
(.10 BITl
s) 0
of N W I
di-!u»e.
For lite whole of which I will s»ke tt/wnly tu
thoutund doUar*, one.third in hand, «i,d the bal
uiiee in one, t*vu, f.hrer, 8tt I lour anuual pay
i ftrn'«. with interest 10 percent f(.m date, to
be paid artiiuaMvi'aii 1 cured by dc tn.ht
Any person wishing (or trf ieular ti .n
as to location »r quality i the lends, msv ap
p'y to H. Ree f, or bis Honor tbe May
or of th'J city ol Keokuk-
price
LIGHTNING PODS,
Willi i'oiuu ttlld FiXtUfW.
[AM LDi oi t,. cir de For sale by
July IT,
SULLIVAN It CO.
1 to Main SUee!, Keokuk.
TO THE CITIZENS of KEOKUK
II
xJL field* rh/» Oa« Fift
... ,,
#K
catling u'. his shnp r. a»li N em ute i in „„j w,„kiii#1.|lkt
A shir*- ot the pub'ie patronage is solicited. ''""J
r-• i Sro-
Bu«inej*, we woalj
ortl,*l's
gt\e/r k thern
ca!l
"p^ii the worl
w-o •uatTill.
ho'
belora the gas
will be introduced, we would ref»„,«^nd to
those dc«irnit
0
ng „p », I,m^ ,JiB
I completion of the works, that tl^y ^ive 'u rne
i d.ate orders for p.,w, finture^ fcC.. otherwise
many would be .lelayea b» vonJ that rtme ,,
would tmpo'tible to supply
a
1 mg tiou«e«, fttui ptj,(.
»fp|trtaf,ou#
upon sht it notice. C. HKHKICK. It CO.
July 3, Ix.kk
w
CAS riXTX7BJ2S.
rrcetre or
and uwell-
tn,f
fij-n,,,,,
tor
I HMTpnV *»»ran*ei.c
ail their Wyfk to be tight.
All persons de-irons of «ra'rrg»i, that hat*
been called up .n,ar* requ—o jjeir
a 1 res a with »n, Ihroujjh the Po«t Office.
(r.(#i» rx.-ct.tcd ir» the succe»ston in which
'hey ere reamed.
July 3. SCOFIHLD & BROTHER.
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
1
J'
r,,,*»waw
rsn the ciftxens of
A. K-okuk and vicinity !h*t he h-* purchased
t_e Mock in trade ot Ben p. at No. S,
T»nM[Street, wh^ie he has *n hand a general
ThiM
*01 Unent ,f Freuch and Aineucan C.oOt«
as-itneresand Vesting*, which he will mak«
up to order at the shortest noli
re, and a atria
1 ot lo be surpassed. Alio a g0(.d asvTiinent of
S»miner Coats, Va«», and Sh r»*. a av s on
JAMJ
July 13, 1S55. d'l
W. B. IOMCRVIU C.
July 13, 185&
i
We will tvea i»o. k of goods for the 4ieUil JOHN BU*K7
tiader? which will be second to no ie in Chicago
or St. L-ui« in point of «nd '•qualify."
IV
and Retail Dea'er 11 Stoves,! Para cole I t,~T«
Hollow Ware, Tinner's Slock, k.r.. Also! dTSSOli lSJf&SOl.S If
manufacturer of Tin, Copper, ai Sbset-Iron I USTreceived per American E*press200 n«w
•_ 1
Roofing sad Jnbbinjjt in Tin, Copper, and low.
Sheet-lion, which I wijl Wit rant to gtv a satis
faction. J. S. BLEBE.
FXCELSIOR
examination
travagan/.ns.
liic.iv i AS 111
Off S.
J. T- Harris i'».
I| AVING just opened a shop, in their old
tt busiucisS, on 3d street, between Mn.
and Johnson, Keokuk, Iowa, respectfully
TYL£H.
C. v. SlADfOM.
WM. C.
na pttaU(1
hut ovn profit.
Ml).
IS Ii* lb II I V n A V Liberal cash a Ivattce* on shiprnerifs o' Pro
®A Ij!
duce or MerchandUe, for sale in this market or
July 20th, IHo5, S ipment to friends east.
w i
RairroKK.
Burns 61 Rcntgcn,
It o I a I e (tirocer a
Forwaniiflg 4 lemmiMion HrrrhacU,
July 9,1*155 dw.
fclyk
U
Pmrasoi»»»'l"ch
we ffrr for sale very
"T*. J- A. liURKEE 4. Co.
July 16,18 :5. if
D0E8T1CI8' HEW IOOST
THIS neither a history, romance, life dr««na,
btogt aphy.aatobiop.phy,
htoji
nor po
.. mortem
a ion, but a series of unpremeditated ex
n/.as, VN ritt rj withoul malic aforethought.
"o thereof purely lor hi. own
7 ^,7"
J. T. CAVE & SON,
Wusquitoe Laces.
ANEW
lot, chu»ue qualiiy, JO 4 and 12-4
Masquttoe Nets, just received
July
18 1S
.V5: '••^-FOSTER.
T. W. ALEXANDER «t CO.^
^orwardin^ and
Commission
Merchants,
Freijtit Agents far
HEW YQITK CENIRAL SAIL SO
AO,
—ANI—
Fulim Lake Boat Line, on Erie
and Lakes.
1T0 ftOt'TH WATCH STREKV,
CENTRAI. WMAHF. CHICAGO TLt.
vjr,1l/0r!
it ARK l'ACKAiPS CASE Of T. W,
July 1
(, 1« 5. dJtwl v
-Post*
A.k
«-fARniMnip NOTIr,m.
1
11^'l'neli^,hi'^,,^/,*Ve formedX -C
i.-v |uti,M a"(|er the nam. of Co*!kfthel
f1 *se of transacting a whole#*!.
Ory Goods fcasioessat No. y M.it, StrJet
JA- p. COY.

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