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lane 18,1855.
June 9,1
mug O0irm.
:~m
mt- wvNnmnrnmMim.
WW® We*orr Stag* Canpwv respectfully an
to the public that their Coaches
yf|
lioltak Daily, (Sunday excepted) for
Oskslooga. fort De* Mnwiesand Coim
paming through Boston, Charleston,
rlHWM^ Winrhevte Birmineham. Ashland.
Afi»e?Ctty, Ottomwa. E Idyville, O«kaloo*s
®wsA»Hjoroe, Apple Grove,to Ft Dei Mnm«
Froa Ojkilooia 'M-weekU* to Council RtutTs.
^A #oll«fon?ain, kuoxvilie. Pl»asantviUe,Indi
,C iarle«, Win'ersett, Iiidianlown,Sil
k,to Council Bluifv
from Ottumwa via Dlakeaburg. Aibia
UMlH.to Cierilon, tri weekly.
Keokuk, Diily, via Warren, Far
Bonaparte, Ben'oisport, Keoaauqua.
MttsbarftTroy to Bloomfield.
•••ry attention wilt b« paid for the eomfor'
CMwnttnct of passenger*.
CMchu leave Keokuk for kit th above places
•ITo'clock, A. M.
MtF Oificeon Miio Street, second door above
House.
Jaaai. l8Si.
J. HAMILTON, Agent.
F*»cy «o«i§r
Tjo»T received an elegant assortment of fine
U GocvH, ju-h a* French China Vases. Parian
•M Terra tta. 4c., Pitchers, Lave nder and
Cdogne Bottler. Fruit Stands, Card Receivers,
5far Stands, Jewd S'and*.
Spoon Goblets, Fig-:
*fte, Cupids, Busts, etc., etc.
AI*o ob hand a good assortment of Crockery
MK* Glass ware.
CAREY 4. KILDOURNE.
W«fTC0M8. BKUBEN MtCKCL
WHITCOMB & MTCKBL.
Attorneys at Law anil General
Laiul Agents, I
HfeffTBZCrMA. POWESHIEK CO., IOWA.
WILL
attend to aU busiutos entrusted to the'p i
care in Poweshiek, Iowa, Beuton, Tame,}
JUrehall, and Jasper cotmti-s.
Collections will re "ive speeial attention.
Refer to Douglas* St Co., St. Louis Juo.
Block A Co Pittsburg VV* A. k L. Shumway,
Philadelphia Bnzuigei A Co., Baltimore Hon,
B. Curti«, Warren. Pennsylvania Hon G.
&. Barret, Choi field Pennsylvania Editor Pitts-'
bur* lily Cuion/' itc.
June 8, 1855
wmafa0"
FT UL'TCHTKSF**. ,F\S. UEWEY.
—lorchmnt Tailors,
Thtrd Stre". iH-itaen Man una Johnsatl,
KEOKUK. 1U VV A.
AVE |0*t received, a» their Fas'nonable TaU
ormgand Furnishing F^tahli=h.nent,n choice
*nd excellent supply of Mrot Icloths,
rt
nsnneres,
Votings, and Ge tlemen's Furnishing Goods ot'
II descriptions, and guarantee that their work ...
hall be done In the most approved and satmfac- fn*
tory manner. They are distantly receiving the
York and Puila lelnliia Fa-hions, and re- ,•,
JMctfully solicit all •,tlioJ,
i
«£. ..
tse best material eve then a call.
HUrcnirs'soN &. DEWEV.
4pri' 5,1855. dly
New Books for Aa«ii$i
CLEVE
HALL. By
"Amy Herbert,"
Xa£e, A.C.
Ckfefully studied will greaMy contnbute to im-
pan a complete u-.der.lu-iding .f the relative lof
c.,ion,or „,e p,.e«
•ml the geu»ral appearance of' the surroutniin
country. By Richard C. McCoraick, if.
Art 11 nUs.
Architecture, Sculpture, au i Pauitiu*.
•y James J. Jarves, member Amertcau On
Altai Society.
Miti Fennimore Cooper*i Xar Book.
COL-*TKY
LI
E
ITS
ltava®
Te Iks liKkkoMeri el the
Keokuk, Mi. Pleasant, and Muscatine 11.
R. Company.
NOTICE
General Agent K. P. & M. R. R, Co.
August 8th. 1K53. d&wtd
Morning Glory and Mt. Pleasant Obaerver
map?.
I8S3 IS33.
MW BRT ROODS HOim:
REID, SHIICLDh A CO.
£At the old stand of ,, v Alin rso.', 4
ETCHER has ot* hat
it! an u will fmuisli'v
orier Ztuiaieriaan's c«letiaVd Sep^ratoi
|br _Thrashing, Cleaning, Screening and Bagging
Km
in ready for market. It will thrash and cleat,
fUU to himi bushels per day, ami has taken
tb« premium at th
A
r{leatioij.
rtl
^Residence on Fulton St., between 2d and 3d.f
I*. EICUER.
Keokuk. April 10, tAMi dfew
Time E3tr»nBs«.
\EAI ABBU1 A
Pmprutttrs.
II.AL,
ABBOT
M. Bsu.ki gf* Broad Street,
o w 5 N e w -Y o k
o .Tt
N
I.*
,:e good work and 1 i
s nu
w
A Viiit to the Camp before Sevastopol,
IVith mapiwliicii are entirely correct, and i-
AWH
1 Aiuwt 4
July 27. 1
v.»5.
W.
J.
n
F. HDMPHREY tGAGE.
is hereby given, that in accordance
Wi'h th? conditions of ttie subscription for
the 1st Division ot said road, the first instalment
Of #}., per eent. will he due and pavable Sept
•th, at the banking house of Chtrles Par
sons, Treasurer, Keokuk, or to the undersigned
general Agent. J. K. HOR ISfl,
i*14s
4fo.W, m%in Street, KEOKUK, IOWA.
SCALERS IN*
Bry deeds, Straw On4I. sad Nstlsns.
E would inform the Merchants of Iowa
that we have a larj»t undelegate -t»ck ol
his season's triuie, and will
til thetn to cash or prompt time buyers as low
as they can purchase them the west. We are
daily receiving, and will continue to receive ad
Htloo? to our stock as Hit* season aijty&ticett
w iiiai wr imvr a larjjf* una -t©cK Ol il'i'nj'iirry w»f» win coiiM!
Sooda, suiiable lor this season's trade, and will with Mr.
•AI I ... A I
Dress Bilks
variety, and latest patterns.
RJC1D, SHIELD?
March 30] 1855 d'imwly.
Farmers lake Noticc.
G. M. HUSTON,
WBOLEtALK PEAl.ru IN NOTIOKt AK»
fAN( V KRVCudM,
91 Main Itreet, fceokok. I*«i.
ALWAYS
on band a general assortment of Rib­
bon*, Carpen, Laces, fdgines, Insertion end
MiMaery Good* in genetal, with a Urge sssort
merit ol white *»oda, Hosiery t'»mf»rti, 'f»l"vea
Sufj.enJcra, Cap, Letter and Fancy- Note Papers'
Knvei"ps i oraiiinn a nd fam !J*iik flooiis fancy
soapa. Han ml, Colognein.: po fumery of iliki&4«
a large aaaortment of puckrt cutlery Snaaora*
R^zor* .Piatola, Hocks and iilvt-r W tthe»
an4jewrlT of nil lo» nptmos, l'ialltyandprice«i
alao a laigt aiutgeneialaaaortment of v )mK»,B«U
tot*, Threads, Pina, neeillea, Spcctarlea an* Ca
ses. Pott Monirs, a tine assortment
\f
RRASON.
For sale by J, T.tJAVE SU\.
August 10,1855. 2td
1UST RECEIVED.
1
FEW dozen white Beaver Hats.tust the thing
for Summer wear, at the Hat Store of I
I. *. HUMPHREY GAGE.
Hum 9,1855. i
JIHITS.
JUST
RECEIV K I) per Kcpress a large lot of
Fashionable, auft tar Hats, Paul and Black,
far sale cheap by
()J
rocket
Wallets, Memorandum Booka, Pencil*, Shavnit
Brushes and Uoxea,fancy Woik Boxt-s, Oorgles
aadKye Protectors, lu a wordeverjuiiigi-om
prised in the
notion AND
FANCY GOODS
Also a large assortment of
i K If.Attfc.
%CCOrdeous and Kiutmaa of all gjades^
Our stock will be found wiy heavy' jitflf•.Gam
Iete,our goo.Is having liecn aeJ»jct«'eif rt'ie aarly
fall trade, with great rate ar.l with upcnal refer
^nce tothe requirementt »I hewestero markets,
we are confident we can r,i -c sa'israciion to all as'
regards both quality and pru es at we 12, tend to
compete with the at. Louis market, und will sell
is low,if noli little lower .than any house in the
West.
We sell at WHOLESALE ONLY, and confine
ourselves to one particular branch of business,
md of course bur and sell cheaper than persons
keeping a promtaruoui stock. W« would respect
fully request Merchants, Pedlars aad Dealtrsin
frneral, to give 11 s a call atui examine o .ir ftock
and prices.and fatiatj themsche» efurr ur haa
me 1 sew here, as we think hey ttjH find it greatly
to their aMage. Call i»t .No.84, AU in street,
6, M. Ifl'STON.
ISM. ti&W I
rtircino *xti ftt rmVcton
RAIL 110 Vn Ll\t
(P
forta Jc Oijii.'wka, ntra! \1 iiitiirv I
TxMt Ciiicago, Burlington
Ac Quincy llaiiroatls,)
ISdistance
now comple'cd, anil Trains run fheentiie
fnm CHICAGO to Bl'KLlNG
TO!f, Iowa, without change u) cars.
n-most ilirert ronte to Chicajyo, .Vt-vv York
Boston, Pliilailelpliia, urn! all oilier points F.mI,
2 Daily Trams leave Durlin^ton Sim
days excepted.
I.—DAY EZPRKSS,—TiiROYr.?it 7. 30, A.
Arriving at Chicago the Fame evening,pissing
Connecting with Illinois Central Rail Road
Mendota for St. Louis and Cairo direct. in" .tT* u..
Trains on the above Roadu run in «)ote con-
UAd8 ir do C,
igan Central and Michigan Southern Hoad^. and
with all the Roads Uadmc to the Atlantic Cities,
Ohio, Kentucky and Pennsylvania.
Pa«engers leaving Burlington at 7, 30, P. M.,
reach Galena and DutJePh in !2 hours, and Ift.
i Louis in 2 tiou:n.
Miss Sewell, author of: By tliis route pa seti^ers will r'achthe interior
Hie I'xperiences of i P«»rf*ons ol Ohio and Indiana in lese time, and
i with fewer charees, than by any other route,
or,
e v A,t a
th,
1Ce
a a
T-
The cituens of this place and the surrounding
country, as well as merchants, are solicited to
CALL AND KXAMINE FOK TH KM LV ICS, as I
shall take pleasure in shewing my Goods.
June'2J—dfcu- H.D. WOODWARD.
\etico.
h:l 1
April Ift, 1852. tf
Xofk*.
NOTICE is herein fMvcn that have this day
sold out my interest in the Hat, Cap and
Millinery business of Humphrey & Gage," to D.
F. Humphrey, who will continue the business
?tand.
Gage at the old stand.
SLEEVES,
DAP(.rape,,p
rc
n*V
Co's Errg^s
dA-wtitn
SCR(Ka g»
vaiu, kkoki k,
Cineert reet. betwee.. 4i(, stuj ')t'i-feet#,
iBSrth of Main et'e^t. A Urgje ass^i ^tnent ot
Luaiber aodtftuiif les o^beat quality, alu av» on
tmi. dAwlo
S pBn,nl
nwis,
& Co. 88 Broad St., H.\.
WILLIAMS, TAK:»EJR
& Co., HulLlo.
"ITTR I'A
.R KY
i
Ptaplf i Lla« Kleiners, loot Coorlloadl Alreel,
For Bills Lading, apply to
N*A! AliBoT k Co. i
nt
tV id,nS #H ay,nff OVf ttt 0 tbf
.....
neclinir. Ma Mit higan Central at Michigan
l,y W 1 1
".V Saktn Road,
.".'i
90U U
t- Chicago,
'r'-
Throng i Tickets by thi« Route can bfi p'jr
chased at the Rul Ru.td Office in Burlington.
C- ti. HAMMOND, buperintendeiit,
I), RFMICI, Ticket A^cnt, Boiinigton.
C. E.
FOLLKTT
cago.
bicago^ M«v Ht,
General Tickt-t Af tit. Chi­
A K W S U K I
I I W O O I V V K I
Wnolesale & Retail Dealer in
Dry Coods, lints nml Caps, lofliin?, Watrhei
JainJ ('lorkK, liolci ami riatfrf Jewelry,
V ialin», At i ordeons flutes, Glasi aii,i Kancy
B'vcs.
No. M*in-st., South aide, between Sd 4thsts
KEOki k, IOW A.
AVtNO butn engaged exclusively in the
Wholesale Trade in New Albany Ind., »od
still holding an interest there, will enable me as
(oi mer |y, to !uy aiy goods by he package of Im
porters and Manufacturers. Th«s placed on the
same foundation as oui Cincinnati and saint Louis
wholesale dealers, I can sifoly pledge myseirto
duplicate auy bill purchased our westerncitiet.
BOOTS A N SHOKS ICKORIK, FT nit*Moti*M A '^I^'serota
A)io a Ini ge and well selected s
luck .f I IC *1 i I I'li'k 1 niini'iiii
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS,
1
itfTUDtio i-v i ', .. I'eniisyivania—incorporated by the
J. E. HUMPHREY.
April 10,1855. tf
Embraiderles, Lacei, A:c. io n
Real Thread L^ces, Edgings and Bobbins, ant
Saxony Thread Ed^iny in:reat variety,just re- i
7
1 7
#,,1r,
s
(.'cy^ta! ralact-, \»jw ^orL, a choice asAortsi»eat received anil now op«n, comtu^rciu! »rieiic««
and at the State I*aim of MuryUiul, Vugiuia, In-1
diana, Illinois, Ac. Orders will be thankfully
MBcaisedanil :oiumuniCB ious wil!
Apr\i 2.1, 185^
cme promo i
LIVfcfiY
I a
Tennessee Iron.
W*
now
Gunner•*, I'weeds, Doe ski'is I many business opeiations not found in comrn-r
and Cmiiingj. rwille and Plain dun- arithmetics—a comprehensive course of msicat
dec Linene. bleached linen drill, cord and due-k 'b' penmanship—business forms and busine e
Hrowri arid nulf Coating and window shade 1 in- letters—daily lectures on commercial law am.
P. D. FOSTER.
Wtfcff Tttnherman'ta
STABLE.
1
e i o n 1 u s rect, between
A Main and Bloudeau streets, islaige and coin
modious ami especially tilted up and adapted for
the busu.es, and the undersigned areamply pre
pared to accommodate their friends and the pub
Ito generally, with Saddle Horses, Buggies, and
Carriages at ieasonablc rates. They
Horses by the d«y, week, or month."
SAML. McKL'S,
i i. 1-
also keep
w
Itenkuk, Oct.
*MBERMAK.
IT,
ic
J. IF
receiving, in iddltfon t, mir pres-
ent stock of Iron am! Bls^ksniith oots, dl.
rectly Irom the maniHactiirei 6,Mi tons assorted si.
tes Bar Iron,
„o winch we will be „be lo give our
customer* the tienetit of the recent decline in the
msrket also 160 an»oited sisos Plow Stool
to which aiuntiou „f
W LlllBiDOH.
DKALKktn
Me «St le.
LINK.
CCOLLECTION
Uatcbes,Clocks,Fancy and Varie­
ty Goods, Musical Instruments, and Toys*
ill kind. Watches .C)firk» anil Jewell repaired.
Old Gold and Silvci bought. Main street,
beteween
fourth and Fifth,Keokuk Iowa. lmar.3**6B-d
II011 and I,ol for Sale.
OFFER th.- Hou-f aini I jo where 1
t.ow n.-sid'., e-i. !.'.-ur tlic cortier of
Seroml street, (Lot 8, Block 11). Terras Ca-h.
Peraoti* wishing t, purchaae, can call et.d exatn
me the pt «Tnisf-a
Oet. IT. lMM-'t A. !:. CHAM'LER.
HAIR DRESSING SALOOIT
HAIR
Uni8 perfVrineJ aUeW ,ud
Those who 4esire to etjoy the luxury of the 3dCi.A*S.
Bank
Keokuk, Apriltl, t##J— ly
Toilet should not fail to call at my saloon, on Main «»'on ami Iork (itibuIWik
ttreet.ia the building formerly occupied by the .*
j«b Ci^ss.—Collee, Fish, Be-/
OKUCABi'S.
S. A. 1)1 K IC,
Mnntifactiirerof «nJ Di'uler In
BOOTS AM) SlIOK^,
AT AIN STUFET.
CpTSi^ii of the Mammoth Boot
Keokuk, Iowa.
EXCHANGE & NANKING TlOUSE
o
e o A i i e o
Corn'i «f Johnson and Srccud.Streets, nppixitt ot
tkr St- Charles Haiti, KEOKL A\
ON THIS CITY remitted for,
promptly at current rate of Exchange
lj"*liitercst on deposits when specially agree
upon.
—Refer te—
E. W. CLARK &. H«o»., 1
BOOT., MILTENBLROI* Co.
Joimi.
BANKERS,
ANIILKIOS
K w i A.hs, OODOE te Co., New York City.
rfOrtVe hi-urs from* A. M.to# r-w*
July 14, dtl
1115. IMS.
KEO&1*K AM' I
1
|U
i
through Afoiwuulh, (Jalesbur^', Princeton, and
cornier!ine at MendoU with the Illinois Central
Rail Road, to LaS.tlle, Bloomington, bpi iiigfie'd,
IJecalnr, Jacksonville, atid Naples also with
Galena and Duril^ith.
!!.--• ExfKt«s TuRot-GH, ?. 30. r-m..
ar
,d
a
K INLAND
EAILKOAD MAIL LINE BTKAMtKS.
TH I I \y 1 ,: i i i a i I
J* Jl'kec and lien tamplHll,
Now making Daily trips, connecting at Rhk
Uland with the Cars for the East, and with the
for Cvilena and Saint Paul.
Keokuk with the Great Mail Line Steam
ers
Jeannle DeaMS, Westerner, Keekob and Die Ver
n»n, For Sit. Lenis.
M'KEF,. Cnpt am Ij*roy I5or0E.
r,eave^ Davenpor' aii K' clj Ixl-md every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday Evenings for Ken.
kuk. Returning, leave* Keokuk every Tuesday.
"x CAMPBELL,
xvl{h Ilch
1
Captain R?
BARTLETT.
LfavPR Davetiport and Rock Islan^every Tues-
dav. Thursday and Saturday Ev.'i,ini s. Return
ing, leaves Keokuk every Wednesday, Friday
and Sunday Lye-imfr*.
For FHF.I U I I or PASSAGE, inquire en Board,
or of T. HE AldllT, Agent,
March, Aprii 3 dtf, Keokuk.
1855 1855
Spring and Summer Tra«l
AMlvS K COX,
HUospsalr Dealer In Dry iioods,
9S, U\\\ STEELT. hlKK.
S how fn receipt of a very heavy as'd coinplvti:
I. stock of
FOHE1GN AND DOMESTIC DRY (lOOIW.
FANCY AND VARItTY GOODS,
YANK KB .NOTIONS,
JOOOTS A SHOES,
IIATS 4 CAPS,
At:., AC.
To^wlHi^ lii 4lvite«lho•!ten' ion ot merchants
visiting this city for supplies, as he cm ortV-r
them *uch inducements that they will find it high
ly advantageous to give his stock au examina
turn before buying elsewhere.
April (!. dfc,vvU
I*.»l o .l«l 0||||.I1I
w
December 29, IH53. dii-wly
Collars, and Chemissttss^.CaiDbrie merchants and accdimiant* have been tpial
and Swiss Flouncit.gs, Ed^iu?n,& Inserting.*,
HIItM^TO^
CORNER MAIN AND JEI FERKO* IT|.,
liutlinyton, luwa.
A
RV
BRANCH of the Mercantile Cullege ol
Pennsylvania—incorporated by the Legis-
pyehwed ^s
in- litur of that State with perpetual cha.ter
trrrit of J. E. Humphrey it. the ITaf. Cap TRUSTEE*
and Millinery busmen, of the (inn of Humphrey
St Gage, the business will be continued by the
undersigned under the firm of F. Humphrey
& Gage, and they solicit the pafronasre of the
friends of the old firm and the public e^nerally
1. J1
His Excellency the Ho*. JAMES BUCHAJUN
HOK. WM. WILKINS, (iate Secietai^at War-)
the HON. MOSES
HAMPTON Ho».
HON
UMPHRtet.
A. H. GAGE,
of
W H.
1 Book Keeping and Commercial Science in the
Mercantile College ,f Pennsylvania.
Louis II. DAI.HOKK, late Prtfes«or of Com
m«rcial und f)i nam ntal P.-tunanship in the same
institution.
CH A S Bkn.
DARWIN
ton Bar—Professor ofMercantile Law.
The Principals design carrying out in every
particular that course offrainin^ for business iii
troduced and followed up for upwards of fif'een
years hv Mr. DUFF, the founder of the Mercan
itile Co.bge ol Penn-ylvat.ia, by which about
r,
for siliess
1
i
n 8s
ara on or
ceived by p. D. F03TER I States. It comprehends upwards of 40 real
April23. 1855. business transactions—illustratine six different
i methods of conducting books by double entry
-Y oy wnicn a'^ou
about 300 commercial computations, explaining
Lot.do!".' Sight
4C
1
w.mitb
is Arreted- F.el»..g e -largmn tbi,
bri Ii o our b^me
s* w«s ate |.rej»»re«. u- odor th
tttcas .ary inducoait nt*t,o .i«i.,n
n
-i to scoo,-,!** i
t.'l» isnie. CuNNAIUk, 1H fc oT
•)(W\ BOXE8 Glassware at i Window (ilassat
RE YJSOLlto' Drug Store.
v I*»flT*«s Book-keeping, Harper's edition, price
1,50. the m»st |ei feet and comprehensive in th*
f.ti£ii«h language. Dutf's Western Steamers fPHE undersigned has now
Accountant, a fHsrlecl system lor such accoouts, his Ware-Rooms, and
?.. o bo h»d at Corse's Bookstore, Jefferson signs keepine constantly onhn
Street.
w Send lor a Circular by mail,
Burli ngloii, July Iti, lho5. dAw
A N K I N o u s e
OF
CHARLES PARSONS.
t..'»n/r of Main and Second St.v. Keokuk
OIGHT Exchange on the East and South foi
ifd ^fm^Bills
rants purchased
1
uV ^xcbatige*
Bauk and bankers'Draft, and ccrtif cate'of i
foaif Foreign Gold ami Land wij' s
rants purchased.
Kewittanses Irom the country for exchange
promptly forwarded.
lotorest allowed on deposits
as per agreenoai
V
¥.
K To
Messrs. Page & Bacon.St. Louis.
Ceshier Am Ex. hank. Now York.
.A'lai«l iu^, fi, s*o
4 4
Phil Batik. Ph|i,delphia.
Mercharts' Bank, Baltimor«
I Measrs T. B.Goodmon 41 Co,Cmcinjiati
April t,
rBxatyuANU KAiuo.m.
THE
Gwet C»iitn»l Route, ckuut'icj hs At
Untif citiee with W#»iern, Northwestern
and Sont!i'*'e.«tern States, by a continuous Rail
way diiert. This road kI«o conner.tfl at Pitts
burg with dailv line of Steauiers to all pnrls on
BETWKIN
FlRJ Ci.a^S —fiord*. Shoe
CI?TTH*GdOB* accoi '\ngto physiogno. 2d CrAss.-Boi.k« aivl fltalion- i
my and the principle* ot che Coiticur^ art,
A
and
wilt be
forwunlH.l to and trom ttie Great H'ett. MfiferW couuhtf.
•ATMs
ox 3) r5
y )rv Uou(
t.» c. per
,,
{ja bj
,,
w)
gy
I Hardware, Le.llief,
HM im
8p K
",'isi
SOts. per 10!)!
luoih
coii an I P.nk i|iaiked Lanl 40 c, per
ki Li il Oil, ....
9lW'hipping Ootids from a"»y point East ot
Phi .i Ip!na, be particular to mark iCh»e
Peir^if iunii) li'iilrnnd All Got da consigned
i to th« Agents of 'his Road at P/uUdelphia or'
Pitlaburg, will be forwarded wi'lumt iieteu»»ori. 1
FmtUJHT Aobnt^. Moses PoMer. Beaton j.
I*. KMojl'.. N. York E.J. Sneeder, Philiidelphi«|
Magraw &. Koons, liiltitriore Geo. C. Frahrls
cti$, Pi tshursr Sp -ii tnan &. Brown. Cmcinna
ti, Ohi .!. S. Moorrliead, L'"'iinvil|e Kv.} K.
C. Mfldrntn, M-idi.on. Ind Katcliff & Ct., St,
Louis, Mo S Mitchell Sl Soil, Ev«Mville,
Indiana.
H. II. HOUSTON,
General Freight A««at, PtUladelpliin.
H. 3. LOM A E KT, S..p't, Aitoona, Pa.
Feb. I, 1855. ly
I I. I a It v 11 i
Tii
(a Co. y St. Lots
la
hhb iHity rrougn irmi «, ucm»vi pt.
ladetphia and Pi'fshurg—THE MuRMN i
MAIL TRAIN Ir-avea PhiUilelptiia lor PdtHkur
at 7
1 2
A. M.. ntid Pitt.liur^ for Pinladelpliia at
7 A. M. THI". FASTLI,NE l»*a\e-Pi)i!a' elphiu
for Pitt^buig ai 1 P. M.. and Pitt-huri for Ptula
delphia at 1 P. THE NUillV EXPRESS'
TRAIN' leaves Philalelphia lei Pittsburg at II
P. M., arid Pitt-burg for Philadelphia at 10 P.
The above lines connect at pjt aburg with
Railtoads
TO
Wooster Ohn alao, wi'h t!ie Steam Packet Bo#t(.
from and to New ORLEANS,
1
AND KBOM St. L' uis, Mo. Alton,
Galena vud Glut-ago. Ills. Frankfort), Leaii g'ou
and oui'vilie. Ky. Terre Haute, Madison, L.i
faye?t»., i,n I Indiannp'dis. Ind Cincinnati, Day
ton.Springfi Id. B' llefoutaiue, Sandusk v, Toledo
Cleveland. Columbus, Zanosville.
ST.
VILLI, and CINCINNATI.
Lot ia, Louts-
Thr "igh I i' k^-ts can be had to or fcoaa «ith i
of the a!
utve places.
For fur'Ler irticulaTS. s*e f?ir»^-bilf»af lh i
different s'atting poin»a. Passengers from the
VV'e.-t will find this the shorte-t and m^et e*r»edi
liou^ route to PUiJ-uleliiina, Ballitaor*', New Yr*rk
01 Bo«
'on.
THOS. MOORE,
A'-.fN^r, Passenger Lwei, Philadelphia
J. MESKIMEN,
At "nt. Passenger Linvs, Pittsburg
I'eb. 1 ls»
i". i). i os i
HASiu-t
I
I:
i«r,»ive 1 a ai.-. Slock f'
Sjiii .^ and Summer Goods, to which the- at
tention ol buyer® is re'iiecttully asked. I
The Goods have been selected with special
reference to th city retail trade, #tid will be sold
as low as the ?ame cla?s of goods can be bought i teun
in any House in luwa.
Purchaser" will ilo we!! to examine the s'ock
before buymg elsewhere, as they will find mar s
stvle* not usually kept iu tliis markt-t.
April 2.1,
SAWYER HOl'SK,
WILLIAM WINTER, PROPRIETOR,
Corner Stxond and Ct \ur Sinrfj,
FORT
AOISOUT,
CTIARJJE.
TPS'
Biuce &
Stages leave
this House
kill ami Buriinglon.
June
25. 1K5?.
ND \ltlNK INSL'RANCK
COMI'ANV, OF PHILADELPHIA.
THE
allore areall soutid and reliable Compa
-Lies,
IKE
rhks
AT IO ACIT
tion will justify.
Durit.g my ah-ence for a
A w
7
LOW
CHARLLS NAYLOR and GI N. J. K
OUHt.HC.AB.
FACI'I.TY.
Anprew T.
HOWDKN,
latesenior Professor of
Companv TUIE
OFFIT
Louii.
YOU
member of the Barliag-
may annoui ce n.\
ries
10
I' I'ow regarded by busi-
men as the most ttierougfi and effective pre-
the accountant eiven in the United
per cetit per w»ck, if
'our
rates thaUoca-i
fow weeks at ttie
East, the Insurance businessof the above Com
p«ni*
attended lo by Mr.
am.
B. 8
ARPD TEEt Bt Dt
PHYSICIANS SURGE OS,
RF.*PEC
TFULLY
tenders hia professional
services to the citizens of Knokuk and vi
cinity.
..(CR
Ofliee No.
4, Burhe'SGallery, corner of
Main and Third Sts. Entrance on Third.
August
4, L^JJ. DTT
A. Rrid^man
1ranee
8
Agent lor
THE MI MI.STATE
Mutual fnsu*
DIR'.'-!ORJ OT'WBHH
any article in any of my stores you can return i
thearticlos. s, S BILLINGS
March 23,18&6.
(*. M'. Saudt rs,
FURNITURE WARB-ROO If
A I N E E e 3 a n i s e e a
KKuKtK, IOWA.
a well nt'lecte assortment of -n k ,,| ,i:
uilurf
I'tnbi,icmg
clo M|1 l,,ttUrasse
8
SlAIMhU 1)I(V CiOOUS!
FRKSII ARItlVAIi.
100 P»c kagfs of !f} Cioods!
lo'iihi nt th? rtrem
Aartias Sales at New York,
PHiLAnrLPHiA 4Ni» HTTiJ»o*r. \IT invite Ihf! parficilar ion of whole- I /i
i «ale nt.d retail put chairs to thin Stock.
BKST
FIRE, FIRE, AJ?D THIEVES!
'Jl' TEEN PIKEIHX Fite Proof Safes in store
and for sale at makers's price*, carriage ad
'ed, hy
August 0. 1855.
ISMIIOII
and
Attention!
1
low
IKY B-T^AGE
A.
taken to and from
BOA'S ]'r 1
daily for
Of
KEI
In^iiraiK'o ijiciiry.
.Lisa linnriBif Co. Hartford COBB.
TAR I !S S i A N V E O V A N V,
Of Ogdensburg, New York.
HARTFOhP KIHK INsrHANOI. CoMPANT,
Merromlle, Eire A Marine Istoraire C-om|Miay,
('ovmjrton,
K y
MERCHANTS' FIHK
July if* dAwly
Merri-
A
W W. BELKNAP,
Ofice atljoiaing the Mayor*? Office.
July*3,1855. MM
are
among the oldest atia beat known busin-OS mr»
D^DPTF
!?lr. I ditor:
TI.wne
sell every article
for camlidaleto
ol II
Y
Goods and Groea
cheaper than ever, a» I am anxious to rais*
money to buy a fe« lots, which I can'L do well
afler the elect 1011, as there will be a dreadful raise
in propeily, for I shall tax evoty lot in the city
1 AM
V
elected lo carry on
Rail road, to be paid in the nk weekly,
which will complete one mile of our Road week
ly. How many weeks will it take to complete
this road
Who owns the road,
the city
OL
LEE
Keokuk, or
If you find
county,
the properly
YOU
holdersV—
pay ovei
the wholesale
price for
jikr Top Furnafet.
(,n
100
M.I„ Keokuk, i.w.,
MARBLE TOP DRESSING,
and plain Uuieausfine and plain Sofas line and
plain centre au 'curd Tuble-jcanes-ataiid Wind
sor Chairs, roenint Chairs ol eveiy description
from a plain wooden se,!, t0 the finest haircloth
stulled seat plain and fancv turned -o!tiige Bed
steads o| |Jie latest styles i^ounges ^c.
Looking Glasses of ail si/o clocks, carpet
itiga, floor and door mattings, floor and 'table.oii
^^h" 3t.st't-Vsr-«V7i0*^^"
..I..41.. .. s«—r .»i 1 70 ulilft cr&okCf9|
"V u
atlll fr
article for durability ami linwhof workmaushin *i
Mv object is to e.tsSl.sh a ,,-rma «.ut ,'ine-J 5
here, and „.vt on (he Pt»|er Funk p.-inriplej
as *n rrv bicement to pe#sori«!o purchase of me 1
'am -esolved to «el|
UT
the lowest
Cal and evr.mine mv «foch
P*K« leiatus, bids, *0 bu fiesh pro nuts,
3«0 bills wrapp'g paper, 76 bags cotton jam,
100 reams let.&cnp do so cotoicd and whit*
f0 pkgs 1 i & 3 ma kerel carpet chain,
ft drums codfish,
sh smoked herring
6 ases saidines,
10 tierces rice,
1
~if
hbls tar,
vo pitch & rosln^
*8 bxs raisins,
0 hf and cj bxs do
I case prunes, in boxes, 20,ooo feet fuse,
lo boxe* citron, 30 cases lb and hf lb can
3uo drums rigs, ,»t
1
Went. Anions which may be ((fund and limbs, female eon ptaii ts. A.c. fior. Inrfeec
10 tMKI yards pru.'s at 4 cents per van!. **rv lew ate the diseases which«a t:rg»tire
^5 Oft) do do (I rolorw) medicine i« r.-t more or lev* rcqiand, end tr.iich
lo.ono ilo printed Luwn« from
1
J. lLSULLltAN.lt CO.
d3t wtf
To the Ladies.
W
T, are n^w ree*.i
v
ig direct trom Listern
Mauufacturi rs
Enamelled Stew Pans, (French)
Scolr Row I-i.
Covered Stew Pans,
Uncoveied do do
Fla' bottom round Boilers,
Enameled Ma'.in KeMIrs, plain,
do do do turner,
Revolving Waffle Irons,
Washington Cake Pai s, etc., c'c.
Which will be B'jld at a srnal' arfvnro-e hv*
E W. BI LL i 1 RO
Au^ost 9,1H,»5. 2nd 4iw
Altcotloo
gement- for (he estab-
A VIN rti i* arrar
1
h«lHiient o: i large Clothing Manufactory
on the L-istern plan, I am t.ovv lTeiii my
SrKI\G AKD klMHER OUODR
AT TK1ML CiSJ.
Those in need of Clo long will fi thistu W
a rare chance.'
Cornor of Firat a a! 1 in streets.
NATHAN HOFF^EIMER,
Keo] uk .July 13 1 dA.vv ly
FOR S U E!
ihp .utht at liable i'ropcrtv in Krokuk. r**Hl
THE AT
CHARLKI
Lr
RANKIN k MILLER.
Lily 18, dAtwif
T. W. ALEXANDER A CO
ForwaiiliriK and ''ominissiun Mwriiants,
Freight Agents for
*£W YOftK CtNlEAL BAIL E0AD,
AM.—
Fulton Lake boat ljtne, on Erie fMrt'ii
on i Lakr*,
no fcOI TH WATER ITRKET.
CtNTKAL WHARf. CHICAI.OJLL.
Thompson, A Co., Davetiport Fo-te"».
Beartlhiown. II! llnr. A Stame,?nr gfit h!, Ill
A Sl 11 Reed, Galesburg. lit. W S Gilman,
N«w Yoik Fasaitt & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. A
Gilbert, Cash'r Com. B'k, Chicago.
ma Kg. PaC KAOt.- CAKg OF T. W. A. St CO.
WKR'S PILLS.
A
Hait-in n reiau purchasers to this Stock. the cure ot all bilious iliseoves coisli.enras
100*1". which is now arrivit which together with out *inlige»tio», jautinicfl.dropsy, rl eunxttisin i» v» i
Stock on band, makes one *f the i.*H(i*st. gout, luirnots, nt vouMieeS, irritability, inliain
i HKArE^T and
FINE article for house Keeper! durin* hot Tlit-y oj^r^tr tk»i owei lul inrtar *ee on
weather. For sale bv 'be intei t.al vi«cera to purify ibe blcod and stim
ulale it into hralthy action—remove the obstruc
tions of the -tomach, bowels, liver, and other 01
For sale bv
Ii W BlfEL 4r- BRO
Aufu I 1). H'5. 2w.i4 vr
A- L. I OSHAJ1.I. SFO. IM*TH. SI
CORMARLE
RLE. SUVTfl A O.
W bole«alr l.ro ers, il»uleri in Trnirikrf Iran, 4
'•rwartllnj und onimUtian vim hmiu,
Nos and Le.ee,
HK now receiving the following, completing
iX heir spring »t t*. vi hicli they oltcr U the trade
at very low rates, iney vnll do justice to any or
ders they may be favored with
too bbds N o sugar, 60 ne,ts tnbi,
So bids Oelcher's clfd, 10 do» tar buckets,'
3i l°af anu crushed, »0 do/ituc washt.oards.I
loo S molasses, 30 boxes cl .tbts pma,
60 plantation teo 1 oils mamilaroi»e,
«0 «1 Belchei's S 4, as int
e tt
golden sj
rup, 73 dor hemp and grass
Ved
fo pkgi hfbtd Ir kes do cords,
'^011 sacks Inn I'liflte, 300 boxes xririd-w glass,
30po k'ts old gov Java do asst size s & brands,
3i)o kegs nails,asst sizes, CO boxes tumblers,
60 boxes sos]
SO do
ftO do
76 hf chests teas, a?st, hbls alum.
SO boxes do 10 copperas,
100 bxs «bcwing tobacco,ts sacks pepper,
various brand*, a
60 bxs cut hewing and 60 boxe
smoking do pun».,.
J..,D,.SSTII«»IVU
w
60 r«galia andpriucipe bales loves,
cigars, 1 case nutmegs,
•i* boxes uba sixes SO boxes gro. Bger,
800 bu prime I). Apples, aftdor yeantfpowdcri,
'00 bu prime Peaches, 30 btds dirt kinds nuts.
ei
36 boxes mustard,
t# cornstarch,
6C doz brooms,
too u s broom twine,
CC8 ::X8,,
"^ning«., and eve,
U6 Ua ke
I
U in ,n
of businses
Purt of ,ny stook Was madp un(lej D1V
own si
pervisioti, and the re?t bought from an ti facto, m'
les of high tandmg, »o that I can warrant even
ST [„(,.IH |C^E
b"frr
purehasiog
r|oow)irte. will n'woTi. take pleasure te ^ho'V
ttte fiirnit,iie to Lathes and Gentlemen W'ho e^||
i on me. whether thjy feel r,e!j.,ed u buy or not
U U. w, »AKDEU8.
w,)0
kind of
IN R» r* anti !iii)(ui.rlv MicCi'tilui Ieoiedy for
Stocks of Drv Goods,in the I malion*. headache, pains in the hienni, wide fe«rk,
tq JO ^ts- 'sickness and ufTeriiig mitrht be prevented tf a
20,000 do Ma:.chet«r, Hamilton and Pacific harmless but tfec'ual eathnitue were Hiorefie^
De Liinej at 124. I^t used. No peison can Itel wi II while a e«**
IU,0K yds. dreas Siiks frotn 40 cts to $2,00 live lialiil of bt.dy prevails besides it soon eti
per vard.
jarj.t«s stiiPus and often Ut„l disa.»e w'ich
50 bales Brown Sheetings from 5
to 8 cts. 1 might have 1hen avoided hy the timely and u
25 rase-bleached -do do 5tol'.'j dliious use of a tood jurga'ive. I'liis i
50(H) yards Lenra«ter fritigtmir I true of colds, veri-h symptoms. at.H bilious de
Luge stock of Carpeting, cr.njitsftng ol Roys rangemeitts. They all tei 11 lu come or produce
Velvet and Brussels, imperial, it ply and mgraii 'he deep seated and formidable distempers which
o| every variety. Rugs, Oil Cloths, and Mat- load the heat-es all ovei ttie I, nd. Het e a re
'inga, together with houte funiahitig goodu o liable «'amilv physic is of the first importance n.
every description. the public health, and tbi* pill ha* beeu perfect-
J. A. DURKFE k CO ed with coi.sunimate skill to me. tl.at demaiut,
85, Main Street, An extensive trial of its virtues bv physician?,
KeuJlfkt Jim* 2j,
1805. dfcwtf professora and patiei.ts has ^h«wn results sur
passing aty ihu hitherto know u 11 any uied.
cine. Cu»es have been effected beyond belie),
were they not substantiated by peisens ol auch
exuMed position and chaiactt-r .is lot bid the
suspicion of ur.truth.
red cettilicati fiorn ail part* wt^,
1
b",,,s
it, K» 'kuk err. j,' y i|,«.
THE
A the Public School H^ tse, and situa
in the verv be-t place in the City fur a
long and tav rably known ,is one of th in
the Stale, u no a oirere I for sa'e i n fnvorabie
Horn i "n o'tai»e any pio-
TME ST. CUARLKB MOTLL. jcs,.. The ttwa i« rfe tly Vh .ie
irpe- on (,t!
u
n
Liberal ca*f advances on »hipment«n Pro- ceived them, they v» ill be promptly lorvtartliMi bv
dtice or M"rchaiidize*for sale iti this market or mail at his letptesf.
shipment friends east. Of all the patent medicines tha' aie offered
s a
|,k„
Among the mat y eminent gentlemen who have
testified in favoi of these pills, we iiiay mention,
J'Ct. A. A. HAVES, Anahtical 0hu.,i4.t ii
Boston, aiut St3te Aasa^rr of Ma-sachusetts
whose I.igh piolfciiionai thar«i'ier 1:1 endorsed Ly
H»b. EPWAUO EVSRSTT,Senator
-d S'nten
I
Rom
RT C. WINTHROP,
House of Representative*
ABMOIT
of the Uutt-
ex
«peaker
LaWri.K(*.Minister
)r
the
Plen. to England
tJ. MS FiTZPATru-B, Catholic UUhop ol Bo»
ton also,
i I
R- CHiT Tosr, Practical Chemist of Ntw
oik Ci'V. eftdorsed bf
H'
n.
W. MAH
v, Secretary ol Slate
WM A'T'JI the richest man in America
i S. Lf.i AKD k Co ptopuetors ot ttie Metro
oh'an
f,
tel. at o'liei*.
Did space permit, we oub?
1V
e many hund­
e
,,,« ,„n,
have bteri u-. d, but fvi.Jet.ee even mote onviut.
I mg tbar. the expeiit-nce of public n^n, |j found
in their ifleets upcu tiial.
Hie-e pills, the result long investiga'ion
Arid study, are offered to the public as the brM
and most complete which !be reei.t state ol
medical science can alfoid. They are 0 mj.oun.t
ed not ot tin? drugs themselves, bar of the medse
mal virtue® only of vegetable rtnjvtiie* txtiacta
y chemical pr.«e-s ir, a sta'e puiity,
kilt
mhin.v.. together iti suth a njai.ntr uj t«j msuF')
be t'est result*. This system ol ti n position lot
Tiedinne ha* been louid in the Ch.try Ivct^^i
a #.»ie dicw»t i«me-
|d td composilKJO, every ft.ediciiif
is burdened vttih more i less 1 .-itrwiouioos
a 'Oj' riou# qi, lit u p. |y },,*
IVl
,i
n
v.irtue or.ly thai is desbed for the ur, tne etf*, i
w pii#eiit. AU She inert oi.d obnoxious qnali
Les each lat-i minoyed e e 1* it bemnt!,
the f.ir
five vtrtiieo otl being retail Hei .•
it is -«il-ende»(t Uit eHects sht.ulu pr ve as the.^
I.«ve proved ira re p'sreJy i«uiedtt\, ami (he pii,'
-urer, m«t* p- w. fu{ at 'idi-te tv disease than
ny other me icine ki own to the world.
A* is l»«,p.ent'y expedient that «y di
•11.es shoald be t.tken undet the cum cU,f an «i
•'ending ph) •icisn, aid as be C(,u!d not proper!,
.•nlge of a reo.«tdy wribi ut known t* roii.po
•ition, I have s'.p| he the arcutate /ormula
wi Inch both my Pectoral ai Pills .,r«- ma-!e
'he whole bod) ol practitioners in the I'uPe i
abates and Buti-h American Province*. It how
ever theie should he sny one who lias not ie-
Refer to ho« fi w would be taken if their composition vv»
W Ewing & Co 8r. Loun, Mo. S 11 W Their life consists -.n their mystery. I
1
haver, (Quincy, IP. Gree- A .Stone. Mu-ca- »a»e no mytlerns.
tin- I.wit Campbell. 4. Co., Galena, DL The composition of my preparations is ioM
11 Larifcley k »ck Island, III Birkl-r,
M,n to i!s
a'»d all who ate ccmpeten! in
'judge on th* suhjerr fre-ly
ccmpetet.
acknovt ieogtf their
eoiiv i' tions of their intilr.sie metits. he Cher
ry Poet
oral was pronounce*! by sciei.tsfie mew tr.
be a wondetLd *tdicuie bef/r« its ellecl- w*r*»
known. Maiiy eminent jhy-cians have deciar
ed the same toy piffs, at even mote cou
fidentlv, ard nre willtng iojcer'ify that their ar
tvcipaiions were mm* than realized by thair e|
lefts upon ti ial.
gams of the body, re-toriug their irregular adieu
to health, and by correcting, tvLarover they ex
i ist, SHCIi'lerangemenfs as are the first origin ol
!d»ea*e.
Piepaiod by JAMES C. AYER, Praclic*'.
I and Analytical Chemist, Lowell. Mass. Piice 2.:»
cents per box. Five boxes for $ I.
hol,)
18.T.1.
8/.e VSht of any,
Sut"t"«r
by H. Ay res, Keokak, wholesale art!
I retail Fort Madison, E. Whila-y t. Bro.s K«o
an(|iia I/'. Leib Montresc, H. S»iige :»n,i b\
ell drugms's evet y where. ^.jij
laVRRV STABIF,
(hi J, hn.son Street, between Island
BV WILLIAM H. «LF(.IIOK\.
f|^HIS^^establishment is large, crmmodicn*,
IMIAF» LUIHIIJERN, *•,V 19 RF AIMOO»CII,
*o»p, 60 bxs jit, hf pt a yt flasks -a- W'ell arranged «ud amply pi ovid« with
star candles, Bceroons A 2cases iudigo i hor.-ee well tr -inert for harness, as weil as* tin
mi uld do 1 cask prune madder, Carriages, Bu ie ami Hacks, open and c!os
sts as. a fat. ..lum, cove, ed and half cov ored, ot everj description!
flpptras, adapt' 1! to convenience or luxmy,
sincJ"* S
r,l s a,ui
ar.-i. neiiDer and
orv f,,ors
TlllSnopular
80 bales vvtQppmg twine,
»0 boxes St. Louis starch
ae f« starch,
60 doz nionias' oy sters,
100 boxes cindy,
8Go keg rifle aad mining
oowdcr,
tto dt z woott tmckets,
,, 1W
er
U6 bbls Dayton ale,fresh, 100 boxes matches,
66 boxes ink,
lao'hags shot, all sizes,
8 tons bar lead,
«flo 01 O caps,
ILu .•! ivattr proof do
Hat are reqaestei,®^
4t 1
1 0,4,
Emporium of Fash
A Ireoh of ol new Summer slyle
,?e ,a
lBd e! orn
8
111st
f" aw Goods of all
Panamas, Palin JLr
on* •. Ac in great v ar ety.
For salu cheap ol ,, C.
SHELDON'S,
i a i n S e e
Cal' and look at tbew and seeur* you a Mce
sntnm* h»«.
Jilv 15. 1H55
Ti^IiSE SILK HATS, of McNeils* fanufkeidre
V r. HUMPHREY GAttF
^'"rriages of residents of (he city
from abroad kept on moderate terms,
ient», aa«l carefully attended to by men thoroughly
cloves. skilled in the business.
Hois.es o u a n s o o n o i n i s i o n e n o n
y o w n a o u n a a i e s
May 25,1855. dly
1855.
BT. LOUIS AND KEOKUK MAIL LIKE
BfEAMUiS.
line ol rs w ,U ,Dake regtv-
lar daily trips.as ii.su.--i throughout the rea
son, connecting a' Keokuk witk the regular daily
mail packets to R«CK ISLAND, GAI.I
NA
am) St
PAUL, running in connection with the liailroada
to Chicag* and the east.
'I he Hue is at present composed oLthe jt«am
1«K VF.R. WESTKANK*. Jl ANNll. DKANS
and KE'-KLKV,ON,
whosti nauics alone are a sufficient
guaranty of their speed ami iiccominodr.tions.
March 1
SO3. dthu
HEW BOAT AND SHOE STORE.
GEO.
CRITTENDEN has taken the store late
ly occupied by Messrs. HutkinsA Billings
eomer of 5 nml Ma n Streets, and has rtp»ned"
a Iar^e and well assorted stock of Boot* and
Shoes intended specially for the retail trade
He aiks the impcction ot (he c1ti7.cn* and Jmbl
lie generally, feeling confident that his experi
ence in be trade, and the favorable terms m,
which they were purchased, combined with u
determination to build up
a
periuooeut trade
will enable him »o !l lower thin any ouse
^City. Qiick -4!«4UJ ,W4lJ
Keokuk, May 0. 1846,' 4tf
Hoard UsnUd.
JT a private fam I by geutli p»*a «a|
JL Apply at lbt«
AugujtJd, 1846,

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