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Til'RSDAY HORNING AUG. 2, 1I&V
iron :r»jr*.xjsrTxi^«s~"'
Of v/ery ieci iptn.: .. v.-cmI.-..! a' thi* uf!k« u.
rip 'run wanuer,andal as|j«r rate,, as elsewhere.
ce,'.fsJlli"*
Bt tivKi K(
Bills L»(iing.^rif{ utiitr Illauk
.endendent car»!it!at«. f,,r the office of Cotj^'y
Parvrjror of lye rounty at the n^xt i-lec'io
if ele- ted 1 «i!| perform tbedutir of the offi
to the best of my ttbiJi'Hs,
y.rif#,
Jal* n, 1855. B. P, Mi--: v
parU.
very much as though we were fast
back to tho»eold «lo*ib:ful dangerous tim'
hose dijrfc'tges of nav gn'.i n, a th
afier all our wondeifuS improvements n
diacoverit», we n r,unt hut v^rv li t!v
Upon safe and pro^jHToji* voyages.
1
But to returu to G.ibert a c*» t. II
w 6 thought a br-tve r.d\en u us mas
when he left his romlWuble English hom»
and saile for the Ilo'y Land, to tra k
.tl, tWn-b Sj-rwn. fur
a*
•m*f. which he mi-»nl in ru tr ti kn ..
g'-ms, which h«- m«-ant to brn to England
and a»dl at great pr fit. lie propably a:
enl ited by this speaaSation to double hi-
fortur:e, an perhaps be ab'e to buy a ti
and bo become i-tk of the nobi s tf the
land, aud iive in a brave casile, where
wou ie« ei?» the king and court, and
en ertain them in princely style. Be
]uues
,•
lum, and ali the casU«? he was ever to y
•s any owe cf us may budd was taken
fdanting and weeding, and »M the while
ivith the disadvantage of not knowing much
.bout the
c.rd,n
u i i i i i
It heavy chain dragging and clanking at „r «i
(.• ,|
v-ou
lis ankles. 1 niiy depend that he It It
that if he could get sale back to England {.„
tit.es, nor trouble h-nrndt if the king and
Itib?
science andar», among which we wak and i the little waves s!id cn the shitiiii.f shore
above the comtng ages, -like mount in At length he heard a qui. k. light step, and
peali* in the di'tan^e of a landscape I
1
priaoner bv the ^Turks.^ robbed of his ship, ^,rj rtm,
Si ld aa a slave, fettered *nd set at work in
Ihe palace grd ns of Mahmoud, a terribl-,
£erce eyed, black hearted big turbaned
fitraceri chief.
It was a very hard fortune, that of poor
Gilbrrt. He was obliged to toil om «,„„,
morning till nighl, 1 ggmg and spad ng,
•ourt never should eat a good dinner or V ..'5
()fft.ir,fr,-
«d thrft way on her evening w Ik, and w as
*«ry much struck by the appearance of
Jpalm, with his pale lace ca^t down, and
*ia soft i.uburn iiair half veiling ids sad
tbclie, he was a very mdsome and in-1
few kind words to him. He looked
Ht the sound of her liiht step, and,!
#sro became aquainted, but it is certain
t|»ep soon grew to be excellent friends, ani!
Wt.t anfl K^.lia.^/4
7
Of raarvelou, beauty, call-d Zan, a, eha,c-.
•yes—Io say nothing cf his ng golden |°°king, s ood in the square without, sing
#ye lashen, and his curling siiketi inous-
,n
The b,„»d doe, nol ,,1. j».t how V"
h"
Hian^ged to meet of en, and h*ve long n*-*1 time she spoke the dear word Gilbert,
Walks and talks in the shaded »wers of
Oilbori had learntd tho Sar.en lang .•.,-.fC.iI't'r:vr
nd spoke it very well but Zirinii did V Ciefiioni & 1
"t undvi-stand thu English at all. Tin'
s»,t wof i{ tint »he c* er t-y- ke »r,u
y- wh ch Gilbert taught her to'say
w "cri allied h»-r if she woulj be hb
wi e vvJiftscvt i be could gun hi* freedom.
it tn. nU» after month, a whole year
W.V. I iAlJUiW) 1 w
ry Alimited of Special Motic*«w?if: went by, and Gilbert w«s still acmive
be iiim-rted uiuier thi* head at S cents i V
n
••c'l inter'ion, or over tfse editorial i.,j wht-n Ztrina met her lover io
^i
v!y
»v^pu»«.
walk, she said in a hw,
voice, and tvIt It tender eves
im Uowji, i aw Ciiriit'iatt now, dear
W(K1 Wlitgl
ee )-r i^h* on the sea shore, "and bring
The Bugii&h Merchant and the
Saracen l»ady.
BT o a ACE (.been wood. The Bi^rctiant kissed tie maiden's hand
it JJ? wjn nn the i'irst of mil promised io mt-et her on the s:rar.d
fcngland, ea led Beaueh rc, or Fine' at the appointed boor. And he did not .. ..
jScadar for be was aetualiy so well fail—but Jong he w..lkcd ti.e lonely hhon: AtteBtiOt Attention
learned that he could write h-s own name and no %hfc*ted Z trina ame fltttinc ti
—a great attitinment for a kifig in those through the deep night shadows and steal- h»hm»i,t oil laV^eSoU.u^ Mal/ufac'ory
day. —there lived in London a nrh young in.sj to his si Korth south, ca*t and
merchant named Gilbert a Becket. west, he looked—but all !u vain. The iraiso ad MnEft euoM
In that simple old tune, the wonders of night w«s clear, the winds whispered low
live ju«t aa if they had always been—like and seemed to invite him to sat! away S'ruar'of Firat a-I M«!n strata.
the trees the flowers-th« *ky «nd the over them to the great seas b^yoad—but
stars—were never th.mgSt of or dreamed the s'ar-i overhead twinkled to merely i
of, except by the great poets who may be,' and winkled po ku »wii-i»fv that he had a!
with their prophet e)es, looked awa into" roost fa ci-d they hud betraved the story
the far future, and saw them looming up of his an i Z«rina\love arid i'n'ended fl sht
vpru»g
Then the rreat neeans could heave *nd it wa» not Zarina, but her faith! u! num
swell, and roar, and rage, and torn |h« Safie who came to Ull hi that Z-irma'i i
mad foaming wav.-a up at the fcky, as if Love had been discovered tha' her iruar
to deft the Rr^ot Gd~a' then obedient dian had confined Inr in a »tr n* place,
to his Wip, grow quiet and sm-io air»in, ane that she cou'd nut acc ompany him.-—
year alter year, without one single ship Her last worda were that he should take
venturing rvcr f.nr vast expanse-to be th« jewels that she hnd managed to end
rna ie a ra of their uo.ej.ee, or fl tiered lum, and return to London, and «hat as
by their ca m—a:,d all the commerce of soon as she cuuld eauape she would come
the world was scarcely equal o that of to him, and he his forever. Gilbert Ml
the smailett and poorest kingdoms of our most keenly this sad Mroke of mi«trv, but!
timev Then. g.»irg to sea wa» consideted saw he could do no belter than o p"u'r*ue
more pen! us than going to battle vrya the course which his deliverer had marked
g-ra ntver failed U in.tke th»» wills and out. So. after sending Z»rina many a
set their worldly aff. rs in order, be o e iov ng and tearful farewell by Safie. he'
weighing anr'.or and mailing for Jon i0'n look a depaiure in a v. asel 'vvi.ieh Nras
)irUi. ru be stiff, it s lately seemed abuU' to bad. He had a prosps*rous voy
.. *i
*^s*nd reached London in safety,when he
•r,v,i Mends a -yfal surprise for ih'-v
11 ven him up fur dead.
Year after year went by. and he saw
ing hard n -thing, ot his nobie Sara
v n h»ve Z »«in t, and «t 1 i*t ht g-ew to
'•ink of iitr.rery Kirrowfulty unl (enderU
of one de ul. But Z^ii: a lived and hv*'
e i fur hua whom she h.veJ a who had
fau^.t
..ulls, 4 kfpt
aPfc
From S amboul she went on her weary
wandering w y, from port to port and fr.
ng
!'.1
bVi„«i. and .,f l,,vi„g *''*re »»'!. ol but«ll
6
a
i i n v a i n o o u e v e v o y a e a
ba ....it of London, none ktiew Gilbert \i*t tlie
and sherer. out o! pit^
ii anu slier er, out o! pity- for h'
lie would never more aspire tocast.es and .i
Ai.u- u iV r.K.. 1
and ,n
rt'"rn r«_
i i', f.t i- i ana in reurn for the swtct sonirs which sh«»
Hut Ot.en Ol ot our gr.-t^t mis orlune London She
eorrns our best good and happiness—and i
kope and j,y often follow times of fear *"Z'd-
•nd sorrow as beautiful rainbows
made out of atorms that have just dai
•d t' e ky and beaten down the fl
One evening just as the muezzein w..s ,j .
ca'hng all the piotw Mussulmen to pray-1 J1
€r», Gilbert a Ifeoket stood le ui!ngagainat:m|fk °°«nd
A, 10,
U
#fm? C!ty
ft palm, rating a little from his dady toil, i i Past churches
*tid 11 ink(ntr longingly of his countiy and P*
w,lh ,ler
nil. ti i. ii down the hn? streets she went throiitrh
borne. Just then, a voung S.racen l,dy i
'P*»klnS *f'y and more and more sadly offer such inducements a, will obu.n far
II 1 *7 I
Une
r'.c'1
tiie strangei^ In truth, as Gi'bert stood *''8 splendid London house, entertaining
there leaning so gracefully ng,»inst the 8l*
rc'niP:ir)y
a
8A^
an
.de di.rk Waters, for. we are Christians.: State, u now oflWe f=»r sa'e on f^vombte
"d need not f«ar anything. I wii meet
1
forward with a joj ful cry Alas
1
1
I er to love Got. For years she
"s w wv« u»oi. for v«ars s
i
luiwisan io lbM lo e!
1 k,u
toAcri.ear the sea -wh re she could
ut her ^O'ro.v into mourful songs and
"'-h h» iov«! oat on the winds that b'cw
a erds Kngl itid, at.d gaze up at tin
I 'ght. kindly star* t»nd pray for (Jilbtr
La- one night while the gutrd sdrpt. the
brave Zirina stoie oui on ihe parap«t,and
1
and royal gu«tst, were mt fur jow.
,iuw»i
n.a,i«
many f^et to the irriund be-
She
soon sprang up unharmed and
i ,, r, maue n way to the sirytid, w n n she mrr l,
claim was ?uch a "cistle in the bir, took na««ar»*. r.« a b, ^rE
1
u 1 1 i i a s s a e o n e i n v e s s e o a -i 1 i i a n k i k a o w e
,afeeo
b()nl KuW Rf|
mvH red
Ju
y. rom pori to port and fr^
cl s Jt
j,urrjty,'d through
ftl,oc ouril-r|t'!»-
repeating every-
v it1, w
the sweet son
i the name of—Gilbert us a liberal shire of patr. nage.
the firm time for many months, he I He knew her *t a g!»nee, though she ,0 the AMicle, 'oUnc,-.Tporttfo'tn')lMd luvu'c'
•Oiled, gjliddened by the light of her
s
Ikauiiful innocent face. girl he had left in the gar lens of'Mali-
name
s'.ie :jiurrnu'*ed
|4ahmond's gardens. They first talked i Prw'St'd heis, nndiiiseyes dropped
«f the birds and fl.iw« rs, t^en of th« stnrs! tears upon her bruw.
And the moonlight, then of love, and 'hen I ....
«CUod. Gi bert told Z irina »f the Chris COOLKY,
^an's blessed faith, and related all the ,Ci&b Sl KfilKA DI:\T1SCU
wautiful and marvelous stcrics of cur •'-JTrTff Farjii*ot«.%, iuwa.
|ord Jesus, and Zarina wondered «n'l n^''J*1*'*
merchant, sftt at the banquet table in Ju'y T. CARfEH & CO.
of tich and noble guests,
servant br ught him word th.it a beau-
l'^u'
Saracen maiden, pule and sorrowful
Songs and repeating hit nine over
ovcr.
^resting young m.n. ond in .pile of the ?'^B,|btl.0\e,d «»d »prinp« up If
gardener s dress and that slavish chain,
n U)e
In a moment Gi'bert thought
d|oked as proud and noble as a prince. hall into the street where the poor girl D. F. tl I'M I'll KEViiGAliE.Sj
Zarina thought so, and though very long dark hair glistening ^'y 21. 1855. dlw C:w
•hodest and timid, drew ne to speak
t-hiH
Up 6'^°kuig
m00n,'8'hl*
i
n i n e
9
... ,»
l-O
»i A U- A i
Hifri-'on. Apt lv
ceorge v \rsons,
Or at Utnkin* "j of Cb rie# Parsons.
U .1/ 17—dim
mm AI ext
I. McKENNEl" has been appointed Ag
in L*e for th- s.de of SrriitT• r
Liquors far M'dicmal, ?. c.kal, and fi*cta
{cental purpose? only.
Call a' No. &d,*igfi 't !.: Gehlrr Mori-"-.
K^-o1 mW. 1 ma,
r. iR55. dly
I^R 8.1LE!
Wrm"-
18'
•41 and jewels en.-u^h to purchase a! Ciifrlt!
•swel and litre a skillu) crcw—an«l when WILL «e» for Ca at a STa!l a4rar.ee
now on hatnl, to m«k'
-an 1 when WILL«d
y ®y Uiibert. we are alio it on the broad 1 cost all earvra .% now on nan«i, t® mat:':
l-'ue «ea. snling towanld thy home, thou
BAN KtN & MILLER.
dtwr!t
ro ,m (or a
v*'r3r
tinit Tire innftuyg mc—wiltthgplg lijy:gu_j»jr_^JlL
on will cotisiiii th^tr own in1*: coiling ut tha
b) coihug
*n(J »or rp'y 'W»
Boot ai 'i Ht.oe llrnporima.
Sign MainmoJh Boot, Kvokok. Iowa.
8. A DUKR.
July 12, lfcS.». wlm
A
vivr!T
0i lhe
p»^'. I now off^rit my
AT PKlMl
s
tT-
,'B
n*el
uf i
'°5k,n*
K- i
Wll! iwl !h,sto
MIXLBAL WATER!
MKftSKv. MOIIBK A IIOOPtR
HE irsToitrfc'ttlag a v^rv sj(»f*rjnr article
/l ot SKATED MINERAL WAI'EU, the
f}'iaH?i»»s »»l winch ea'n !i? te »urp jssed bv aey
nal'ital sf riicrir oar Union, an-' tli»t if i« highly
cond'HHp to'^Mii, arid coutnii r.o (i^'^fprioas
Atm*, which is offi*n th* ras« wih foun'atus not i
prof.prty lutmed ami manatred, th«y beg 'e»ve
refer to t1i#» following geiitlea.en ot the Me il
eal Prcdessiou:
'-r. c. u GtfE«. f. d.
Dental Notice.
were very kind, and gave her food tjold or piatina, ori his new improved i'ie?h.'d
lei er, out of pity- for her face and
vvh,ch
,Je 18 al
lnal3y
•hake their heels at a ball again. I anot« il*ome wandprmg. she reach- f-rence in cost of maiwial full sets on gold for
But of^n n,.t
l^tmUWl!.np ed England and found her-elf ami I t' e i
h"
NATHAN HOf'PF F.IMER
July 13. 1855. «14cwly
F. S ANFufcl), M. D,
L). S M( (iICiIX. M. D.
i R. ALLEN, A/.D.
E. C. KA\XCLS, M. I).
J'infjn.lSI'S.
~~SAw YEU 110UrE.
WILLIAM WITFn. PROPRIETOR,
Center Second and Crdar Street:,
F'JRT
v
AOISOJf, loWA,
taken to aad from Boats Frc-
flW lasve this tuse daily for K» o
k«»a .ii«J Bui, i'»«rr„n.
2$,If .*. .1
\otic«
!ter» 'iy fo1 btd
•ti'iolnd d*!i.j
I.r, person* r.rt
i f-.r 0'
0,Ci»nr *'it| pivab'e tn {t. H.
,.® i iumcam, or i hiLAUtLMitA.
{hh W|
ir-'ia-e
d' wi by
en Tin-
O'C-nndl. «f Qdv
Duke or or
ati- I Marel J9'h, I8V5?. Al-o iw n es
:wi hmidre and f»rly »i*d lla!« and »i*ty.
J'lly 2d. lSji' isilne ti uin» f«e»n Io-t
ft sHden if. II DRAKE.
Ke"kik, lowa, Inly .0, 185b. «lot
Iiwirancv A^rncy.
•£iaa laoiranie Qirt|«fi,
S A I S I i i U i
Of tg
i»»ns!urtr.
IT RICKEY. Surgeon Dentist.
Having returned from the E.**t. will
e happy to w.nt ori ton ff lends.—
on
u n
l*
«iM^rerl and almost
IuVer- UP
,CC*1 S!n^,no
and
1
11
HaviiiiC a large stoi'k of Te*-th, tro n
best matmfactones,
Tie best manufactories, raa pl a^e
i t' 'idiotia, Ti-etli oou»teii on either
now bt?ing used by the nest Dentists.-—
.i Il al.« I ... tx-.i. i- ....
pr*parf to ount Block IVeth, or
U1 n„«t.uuo«is Gum., on gold or p.Vina: when o»
niontlj of thtUtUr, at a lower price amounting to the dif-
PATINA tor $0O all work warranted.
50U,h
",de
l"
of trade to oor LA*ge akd Wei v
AssaRT-D ^t"CK, Wlucb ix now being received
d-^ct from the best man,facto-ies Mas.a-
chusett«.
It is our intention io always k*-ep on
mournful-songs, haiid a complete a«soitment ol good* in the line,
Country merchifits will do well to call ami
*s lbert-a-Becket, the examine our stock before they purchase.
"8mt W«torn Bat Bonnet, ond liliiacry Em
po-riiiiu" V
NOT OM THE
«'CENTRE OF ATTRACTION"
hiit 'lit 11•
GOOD UAKft AIMS.
Our Mr. H. is iu'W amonc the Eastern Mft.
table, rushed out of the brilliant of the arrival of which due notic# will h« tmn.'.
night dew, and her sweet
very white and tearful in the «tf fc I MJ 1CA\( E.
rpHE
i' against his heart, while
av,*'
,he
,'l
lB1
St
aDf^
**ep: ana Deiieved. d/ 10th, Ws-5. wit
Saednd free'?.
IO
W A
'dly changed the fair young' chived appYi^atiens for insumnce and laUen p*o. i
mi,,m r,otes 0:1
c«rnw
of
t-TATE Insckajcck Companv, ol
E!rfcroRS
RrtA*4-|U.i i
Fair v.\ns.
ItlON W|HK,
T)...
•a'a eich. in p*y «b e H. II. ake or Jevwlrv, Silver and Placed Ware. Also a vai
by H" ii. ti» S "p^erd.of »'ed j, O 00, i tv of Ktue Cntietv, Muaical lo*trHa.en«s of
*J 1 Q\ ", t'^ t.
..
Y'-rk.
HAKTKOHU i- I rt 1- IN'fuAM I. CoftIP
A N V.
Xircaaiilt,
Fire
«c .Murine iu» writ nee lampaa),
(i C-»ii:jiton, Ky.
n«ca- ixsunaKCt
a ve
*',l,ru]
ui
where these -w.-rds, Gd I)««o,e my absene* for a few week* st*fe*
«», ...* a.l Ihu In.i traocik tm^i A#
bert and London* These she said in sad ,,
,i,„„ pa iias will b« attended to by Mr. fi. S
pie-ding, incju nn^f tonf s to *vtry one she am.
met-—but r:otody^understeod what she
ineiint by them.
feoabi«
O
ire, form, or »o irueij',
A h'esaed solace th»*n she gdves,
WhicJb none o-: earth can ever repei t,
She tenders it ia every f,.rrn,
Ti Freedom's R.»n or Danuhtor.
A* eu htng trom the M.oh'e Fount
The sparkling Mt^rau. Water. -[mper
For quality it not
sufpas-ed,
HAVE
b"»weeo 3d and
4th streets, Keokuk. n.drrh97
('tr
thi« l.»v «f ociatcd thenr-rives to
gether for ihe purpose ol conducting
ireneral Dmg and Prescription businerb ur
dt-r the above t'rm. Particular attention w
given to itie latter branch to which they tin
both served a regular apprenticeship. Physi
cians and the public can rely on having their
prescriptions promptly ai.d accuralely com
pounded at all timea. as one ol the fum will be
constantly in attendance.
H8SSP .ill
l:.)UO
4 CAR!).
VI ECE «r CA MPDELI,
!»IE4%R*.
EsPECTFULI.Y anr.ou'.-ce to tt:
A nt il Kt:-!ivk ar vicinity that
id (as ru e« room can e ob-tL.
'ainci ^.iie ne-.v ULck iio*-v i)»in" ^niit
W. Kiibout »t) to open to the pufHc
and w.-i! «fOM t»d stork
1
tbev ml
•l'»»f.riiitMut» iVC &c., &,e„ in fact
erai!dig to onr Sl.o- of loHi'sess
rtbe pre#
k»ck, on S«e*»f S'm
-t^fk exhi!»tlvi.
We are Nowprepar
ii. i isr line.
£5*- foe W.»trh"s
pan i-d •', 1 vv -raMo
ARM CLE.
May 30, lsjo.
Compa
a
n s a i
,oweat tbaU
Ea-t, the I*. aranc# hwu*e$*ot the abjve Com
M-rri-
W
W. BELKNAP.
OTire adioimug the Mayor'f Oilice
2, 1S55. dim
ROBERT MOORE.
J. HENRY HOOPER.
March H, 1855 dtf.
•50!) OOi) REWARD.
NOTICE
ProP*rty amou-dinif to $100.000,' Tlie Quctstioil Settled*
is hereby gn.» 11 thai iIim one third in«
tereat of the Keukuk aud Haaifltoo Ferry, I
togetiier with the land belonging lotto* same, is
©ft*red for sale.
For further particuLrs enquire of I
J»ly 2—dtf J.lcJ K. LLOYB & CO.
$15 00 REWARD!!
STRA\
ED or stolen Iron tti« subsciibor, be
tween the morning of June 30!h an 1 July 2d,
a sorrel colored 1IORSK, with th# following
marks two whito hind feet, whito spct iu tl,«
facv, a"d about 141 lunda high^be hair was rub
bed «tf trotu the under jaw by the halter. Th"
horse «a^ purchased Irom A lam Yout«ey near
Albia. Monroe couu'y, Iowa, last Saturday
morning, and be may have started for that place.
Any person giving information where said
bor*t' can be found, or returning hiin to the sub
scriber, shall rcc»ive the above reward.
ave
r* tt T„l.r u r^, ii n s»on. and after ich i 've«tigation and du# ee
Perrt, John M. Cuue, E Harmon, l^r.t.on, we have decided that CiiU*ad«*s
TV Rankin, UH S-nytn, E Ford, Undoubtedly is
Creel, a S b.lling,, Win Turner,!
W, UMWl y W
II I'miiy. Pr.«' W R.vvkis, VieeP'-e«t'f'i J* W. 3V0KRIS,
W TorxerS«c'y. E II Hanaii-OM, Ticns'f. A TQ Y AT AW
,'fjp'Gifira in Ooi»#ort ill buiUiff 3d st rt ©TTT»W.f, WlPBLLO COVXTY "ttfWi
:!y 4!h 1^5?. 48ui lyv, J-i!y 24, 1«5.
HUMPHREY It GAGE.
July-I. 1855, dAwtf'.
,a'len
}a",e «n mtr.-esf in 'he discns-
____
Garbcr, Wn knst^iun, THM,:JPt*ACE«_
f.xecutive cc MMirrce. snd would tbersfore advise oar feader-i to buy of
It trrisou, Ciitrhcr. John j^cCaae, S dkw
i "V (tonkin, O Ii ^n»th.
11
tiTOVIStt,
CONS TLY ON HAND AM FOR b\L£ BY
CiGMSTOCK & BROTHERS,
iI• liLALKUft li
n: PI-AI I
ci'pi-K s n rMM*
»U'3m ANU AMJRU AN SUKET
8IIKKI CntPKa ANp K/N'c,
SUOVM, AND IONUS,
1U« AND SAD
rs.
&
.- of fine Wa'cbes and
eve?y thing
For tbe prearat we ro.iv be found in p-sham**
The Glorious Fourth.
T'i* uloi tonr» nirili, tne day w»- e»»jerirat«*f
A loud tricl.!iin the fr»*e lorn of the Tev,
When each enj ys 1.1* social ttte a trie.
And p'ifT» hi« we-d and sips hi« «iif«i'*#
Exc i«« me, Saoe-oee, no iw, n in r«!
Like djys of E-rty chihlbood th* y have fle
Tht are prohibited by J^w".
Tlieie'ore to "e 'h^in 'lis ill red
But whjUt the hild of G.f,i%9 lives,
i To
H1NKT8,
JAI'ANNEn WARE, OHITTANIA WARt.
April 5, 1855, dly. CXnSTOCK A: BKO\
STOVES*! STOVES! STOVES!
[CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVES,:
la^cthcr trifh a gnat variety of
O O K K A A O U s o v e s
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE BY
E. W. BUEL & BRO.,
77, MAIA STREET
Wholesale aild Retail Dv,I« vs in
I N O E A N S E E I O N W A E
•fngpatoa hi any part of the country, of Tin, Zur, or Oalvatiizad Iron also Comic
Gutters, an i Laai'era.
COPPER SMITHING.—Ws have In O'ar establishment on* of the best Copper Smiths io (he
SHEET IRON' WORK.—Any thing tha* can be mianfactared from this article we arts r#«dy
to make at.any time.
S. H. Hiri'ic if arrivn I from the Ent« and broustht our workmen with us, men eirp*ri» 1
Hi »1 ko»t of Job VV »r!c, w» are resolved our work shnll be don# batter th^n any otbar
htmw i'i On" city. We iMve a'lfhe la** ireproviaenti in our m-ichiriery which will enable us to
do work in i-h ui r« e*|t? litiomly. Country M^rebants and hou«e ke"pe s are solicited to ex-I
4Ui m- i-ir ttoc^ »a I w« pie I a ojkniivttg to »ull ai c!:«ap at any other tjucvtik tn the city.
Ap-.I 2», 1855. dfcw
S I I S I a O O S
A I I I I s 5 5
DITRKLEE dk O C.
5, MAIN T111'.KT,
Are in receip* of a large stock of new and sea^ ,able
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CARPETS, SiC.iM
DAPTED to thfi waiitroif coUMTRV mchi:iunts. Houte-keepers r.M,orj, \a which w« wiilbe
i«, an i :.s uj w( our firm res''
•!cife stock the entire season
we will not ...
/A rfct-i vinir constant a id)tiv)ns, and .s on* ot our tirm resides in ttie City of New Yoik, we de
.:ci) KEi: riHO UP A full an comj-.-^r «v» mc r.i in*: prdjt/n,
To ca»h and sfiori tune punctual buyer* we will state, that we will not be undersold by any cai
ceiii in the United State*
k
I June 20, lSoj.
its fine. In l.«ct. it*
But it jou doubt it, whv than 1 pray von call on
MDQItL & HOOPER,
july 3. 73 Main st. bctwaen 2 and 3.
X. MOORE. J. II, HOOPER
MOC-BE &. HOOPER.
PHAR*ACU fIfTS AKD DRUGOrSTS
April 5, 1855. d&wtf.
,r
WILLTAM W. BELKNAP.
A O N E Y A A W
NOTARY PI'BLIC i!DD l^SLflAKCE AGENT
AYLN'G rct.i.ed a i.ew Commi.«iiou Irom the
Governor, is prepared to take acknowledge*
and depositions ns isu,.i.
All b'isinesa requiring tha services of a Nota
ry public attevd^d to promp'U-.
Fire, Inland and Life liiMKtnce Policies in
suhst.uitial compantas insin'd at lowest ratea.
Penaioiu and Land Wat rants obtaine I for
thoae «r.titlfd to
and so' l.
d!»ors aoitb of
t0aiF
i h:. portion of our
IJaliS,. i'
I'- a!l kinds of work
Jewdrv of all kinds
v competent Wdrkmen
A.CAMPBELL.
.ri.w'r Mala and Second S'reel*, I
upslal'tt.
Jnu« 2,1835. d-ml4 6a»
SANFORD BEII, M. D.,
R•ESPECTFTtLLY
annoii'ice* lhat he is per.
mme- 'iv toe ited in K-okik to
i
July 21, lr5r- d3ji
pursue'the i
pr^'lf o' Medicine and Siii'c*rv. 1 fc1*. .?°St
MB" Ot'ice with Doe)or J. Lnwren'-e Page,! "r^n'»
i Bute's Gallery, rornar of Main and Third
FREH OVSTERt.
ed a small 1
nn vi k.ntv«
J17ST
received a small
this Springs coving
lot of
June 2,lS5o
market
June 2,1855.
Cove Oysters of
this SorinLS coving by
WM. C. FtfNKBOUSER.
^cooi.,
HAVE on hand I dorea Ice Chests and Re"
fri^o ator.f, ern'iracinjr several different sizes
and styles, which will be «old at the lowest pri* i
aiid wairanted to please, by I
juna 2,1855,
Wm. C. FUNKHOUSER. I
Pork aid Brans
have 1 Tierce pi -ke|-.| p-irk v cured, also
a fe bu
»r sale
I h'.ls white B-a'-ii»y arc- mpanv
-heap W. FUNKHOUSER.
witii Quincv Eagle Flour, which is warrant
ed fo be superiui to any m»de in the Misissi|iBi
Valley, by W. C. FUNKHOUSER
June 22, lS-*5.
Fruits! f'raiu'.l
FI&UI LEMOWa.
.) BOXES choice Sicily L-meria, just re
&*J caived and for sale low by
W. FUNKHOUSER.
juaeSO.
C«ra Msat.j
Suck Flsnr.
MMK.i DRY UOOD»l
i iti:sir arrive
(OS Fackiffs »f (rf
I'ou^h: at the recent
Ureal Auction Sales al JfeW
iin-.l mil he soul cheaper than ever before
Jercd in the Wrsftt n coavtry'.
WE
ir.vite the partirular attention ©I wh*l«
»ale and rdiiil purch iw rs to this Steek,
w »ich it nnw .irriving mIIICIi tchattier with o«f
tck cn bn«1. makes one af the LAaGSSTt#
CHF.AH-.T mjii best Stocks cf Dry Qootts is Uie
We»i. Atiionc whirti m«y he lound
lU.tKX' yards print* hi 4 cetits per r»ri.
2T» fKO do do (toil uloia) st i
10 OoO do priii!«|j I-ivirti. irom to) V lu 10 et«L
vo (00 do Ma' chosier,. Jiamiltoii and ^acifle
De L*lnes at 12$.
10.0O0 yd«. dreas Silks frodi 40cts to »2,0Q
jer %'ard.
60 b.iles Browii Slieetings from 5to8e(s.
25 ca^e^ hj*,iched do do 6 to 12|«
5000 yards I.^n*n*ter Gin^hau
Lirjfe stock of Car(M*tutp. rr,nsl»tln^ oi Roys
Velvet aiid liniifels. Imperial, 3 ply anil in«r«S|
of every Tariety. Hugs, (hi Clo'ha, ant Mafa
ti'igs, together with bouse furnishui^ gootls Stw
every description.
J, a. di bkee k. ct
85, Main Street,
Keokak, June 25,1835. dfcwtf
~\VAR! WAUT\\ART
i ^1 HI. Iti u.His liave 'iecla'e war, and Mie la
lest advices liom is«H Las« iiifotm us tha(*
ttii'v hare and ran raise tvren'v thousind
mi men. I his will call for vuluuteaii and laig*
con?#Tuent supplier.which hare induced
July 3, 1S55.
Keokuk, March 1", 1855.
A
o lino
lluv Beef, Warr#nte^ the b-sf ever In this choice aud well selected variety exactly adanfrd
W*.C. FUNKHOUSER. to tin
«H!, Q.nncv K.cls Fl,„. «t.,rhi. w.tr.ol. *, T. CA". E #ON.
June 21, Is.«5. Main 6tr«*f
BOXES choice Layer Raisias. wbete, aalf
and qua ter boxes, luoo lbs fre»h Zante ur
rant'T. 10 cases Citron, -li) ca'4®* trefh Pruoe». for' I E CURE ANQUE, or Social and Religtoue
by W. C. Fl'.X KHOrsBR. 1-J Customs in France. Iiy Eugene de Cour
june 20. 4 cillon. For sat« tiy
BAGS of '.h lbs each Extra Family
lUU Flour for m1« al
W. FUN
ces by
jur.e 30. el
5
one SO.
reduced prl
HOUSElt
Ktw risk.
DRUMS and 5) IJox-a choice Gnai lank
Ood ish, tor s&W iour by
W. C. FtLVKHOOSER.
VIA*
A CLERK thoroughly versed in the Drug feu-,
1%. aiue%»i. An ii t're^' in a paying !)ru? tiunii*
i»e. would b* deposed of lo on# having #'me
uieatis and qualified to a5ai«t in mana^in? ibe
establishment. E iq nreat RKlfNOLDti' Dr'%
Store. •chanic»'lilock.
Keokuk, July 6. 1^55 «!tf.
i:ASK
Prmci at
REY5 OLDS' Xhru
Mmim.
MOOItE St HOOPKH, with feeling* of^
j'liilaiithropy, to put up luQ doz. of A»*ratmlf
eral Water bottles encli explodes Wl
report loinl enough to frighten the Red Skit
and to alak'" the thir?t and cool the palate of i
who volunteer
St. Louis, Qnlnty and KwJrak Express,
GODFREY it. SNOW, Propri»-tori.
fttncY, ILLS.
YlTlLL run a aeni-weekly .Exprras letwe«r
tit Louis a: Keokuk, leavii Keokuk for
St. Lotuj on Wednesday and Saturday ermines
Pnrkut Wi!i receive and deliier Expreas
aces ot Mr-ney, Merchandize, and pairiMs o fall
kinds, at all intermediaterointa. Will dso^|fA
tend to collections, makir purchases, filling g|J
dera, &c., with care aiui di.-pau-b.
Mee^eneers will be provided with ru Ii on Safe
for the aecuiity of remittances and valuable
packages.
J. R. COPELIN, Agent at Keokuk.
RErERrscKs:
Messrs. Pace 6t Bar d, E. W. Clak,A Bres^*1
Hfnu.jr 4c Wnodrnff. St. Louis.
Flair? & 9avnp?, Moore, Hoilowbush & Ce^
L. & C. H. Bull, Quiricy
Cha*. Pnrsf.n*, t,. C. Andersen. Keokuk.
laM.
GATE CITY
MIOK STORE.
NIL
Tso.
112, Mam sTMr r. io..TWKm4th and 5thT
HE UNDEKSIONfcu woidd respcciruHy call
the attention of thv Ladies and GentleaieB i
Keokuk, ar,d vicinity, to their hue and well se
lected stuck of
BOOTS AMD SHOE Si
dow opened oi.l inr sale at tl.e above establish
ment, c«mprisu all kinds of Ladies', Geltt«\
Misses', Boys', and Children's wear, of ni'siyin
grades and siii-s, which we pledi i ournihesr
sell at the Lowcat Casli Pcices, and wo ild oi
respectfully solicit an examination of our sti
... *. «f»uiiMiiaiiuii ui yui BlUfm
tbetot aim Latul V\ arrnato »mJ prices, fVeling coDtk*ei,t that tolhinpoM^
ol quality and puces, we are able to please.
June 7,1845
Ma?nei!a'
Streets. Main b-iw«n jed and 3d Struts, noith
d3ji
l-YesE^BiUerlirieeT
CUSTOMEtl^
H. C, HUISKAMF& BRO.
Pure ODtress Hater
L^KOM tb#: S-iijv" .-| iiiig,« or sale by fte
JL dozen or aiitftU in iUe.
AI»o Moore and Hooper's superior Citrate of
of'^'irgs-.tive Mineral Water, one ol
p,,il*5,iUl
or
Janp nth,1h&5.
cun b© aupplieii until further. (*ST rec»iv
notice, with choice Ilu'ttr in Ice at 15 cents i V b!e Silk IL'
I p»rpound, by ..
WM. INK HOUSE a.
VO Mum Mreet
C»tliart|e^*«
f* ^o«* ea
ila ilT!!
n tii' «prii ,i\!,- 'af-hiona
-A i y i^i tl. H,an in waiit
of a ftue Silk Hat of the very letfSt st\le
will do well to call »'•.,!) *t tf e Hut Store of
HUMPHREYk OAGF.
Mew tiroccr? Slw.
It A 8 O' N & BRO.
HAVEjnst
openad a new Family (.rocftry a
tat
Provision Store, in the room formerly occil*
»»*d bv D. 0
do P"*^ Smith as an Auction Room, an
LBS. bK L) J!S S ig»r Cured Dry Johnson Mite*, whert- they interd to keep !,
Keokuk, May 10,1855.
A
FLOUR! FL01E! i Full of stnring incident#. startliaj| etaata,
pusTDMEKS CM. f.om th,. d.«. b- .nprli«d
wp
au'PTrucity.—»
demoud* of the retail trade ot the
They ii)v it« the inspection of the cifizMis cent* &
rally, and have no devht that they can offrr in
ducements for frequent ralh and a continued tut€
torn. A. J. RALSTON &. BRO..
7s, Juhaeton Biriil.H
A. Rridffinitn aL
TS Af{rnf (or Mi** Mi hum i state Mutual Iim*
1 ranee Compjf.y.'be Dir. t-..r wliicti are
atfionc the oldest and best known biwia#o*ami
of gt l.oni«, dSdstff
i' HtiC
11 supply ot that great Ameiican
tnauce,
THK WATCH MAM.
^S'. h?*
ll,W
'l fcTlV.
Heury Ward Beerlifr's .\tw Beek.
iJTAR PAPEK^ or ti crituct of art
nature.
for sate by. J. T. CAVE & dOIf.
ae al. leftS Main
ALL
inn Bt^HELS Fresh White Meat for silJ £nds L«ghurn, Pedalf, Panamas, P?lm Lr.f
IUU low by W.C FUNKHOUSER. tc in great var.ety
ine 3'). For sale cheap at A. C. SHELDON'S,
I I #4. Maia Street.
ah
'Ti
J. T.'CAVE 4 SON.
I June 21, !$.*»$. Main Stra«t
Gentlemen who are iu want «f anj^^
kind "f a Hummer Hat are requeife
to call and get one at' The Emporium of Faih
ion," A freeli lot of new Summer htvles juli
received, for sale clu ap. Straw Or ods ot all
C«ra afsM.| r^ceiven, tor sale ciu'ap. Straw Or ods of all
&*, Main Street.
Call and look at Iben and secure yofc a .ic«
summer hat.
Jolv 12.
Piemisms for Agricultural Fairs.'
W
E aie now p-epare! to manufacture at
factory in St. Ljus",
STiaUIKG SILVER,
kir.es of" S:tv»K Ware for Par»iTrM«, tflMs
we wsira'it of tf!. latent «WI«r, and tftnSSK
rltttsh, and a* lew a:, a:y Eastern HMfeL
Ai'so, on h^nd nnd ems'- ntljrMBH|^
lar^e and beautiful sssortment M^^MulL
i French and Amcric-r Hh cks, Wat«hesT flhvtt
and Plated Ware, Jewelry. Gomba, Cutlery,
*»d Fan-*y Goods, which we offrr st whotesaW
etid rc'ail as low as any other he use.
8- JAG('ARD 4 Go., 7b North Fourth s'raet-
St. L*
P- 8-—Sucie'ica cwj obtain our price
ad !i«iau u«.
J-ily 3t,lS*3.

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