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tlje 0ate Citg
I» RIMKUKD r.VR.RT MORJHM, im JMTI, •ZCKITKB,)
Or J» 11SWKLL ft CO.
I II S
FI**M
I-ARS I'KR A.»JII *, MJRTLILC in Advance or,
T» ran Wr.rk. |«Y»W to the (Wrier.
TEH tvr
Jt? AdvertiM-m lit.- iinwrti-d on fuvorabl. titn*.
LI,OV» 0. RlffPKON.
AT^lRNEY
at law aud Notary Public. Office
ii the new Pof* Offiec building. iii Johasou at.,
botWt:t\ 2d end -'i.
Coiltt'!«»i» promptly attended (0.
_«»..lttk,rc}. i:t, IWi.—dtf.
Jala a P. Haralafe.
ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Keokuk, to.,
will pnwptly aU*ud to all bu*iue«s .ulruotud
t« ki care.
Special atcntivfi given to the collection of Claim*,
l*and Agende.-, Ac.
OSoe IP tic Po*i Office building, oo Jubawa Si.,
between Sue* aud -'Id. w
JHIK RAHrtllr. UttLUb*.
HAWKIH ft HI£.I.Eil.
A TTOliNh&s at Law, Keokuk, low*.—Offioe over
-'V. Par»ons' Rank, corner of Main and Sccotid
Dec 28
rum w. ci.A« r.rr «,» Mio*.
('LAftETT PIXO*,
A TTORNEYS aad Counsellor* at l^aw. Main St.,
between Third and Fourth, k«vkuk,M«».
Feh. 13, mil.—dly.
». r. wiu.ea. i:»: woe.
ILLVB A BRCKt
TT«iRSEY." at Law and Solicitor* in Chancery
Agents for ilir investigation uf l.aud TiU« acid
the purriiavr aud sale of Kmal Estate Wilt tiercaf
«vr praciioe in and regularly atu-nd Ute D:»tri«t
C-ouris of Keukuk and Ft. Madison, and of the other
wunliw of tkr Fimi Jediotal District uf Iowa and
wiii nrir(it« in llx 8apreme Coartof the tiutti.
Ft. Madi»oii. Feb. 17, lHji.—d
SAMWM m. BEIB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Keokuk, Iowa.
OFFICE
ia the Kail Head *fee aa Mau Street,
over J. E Bruce'* atrr.
Angast 7, IK U!t.
w. a. ^mruvtujf. joh*W* mini. i »KUKHII
N. §. Fre^arc eaailHleB Hmm.
^OMMERVILLE, BRADFORD A CO (i.ncral
t'Pruduw.iuBRiiMiiiii awl Forwarding Merchant*.
.New Orleans. Pariteular attention pexi the j«r
ehaJK- and «ale of W pnrm }*r««iu« Al», t- ttie
Baeeiviag and Forwarding hul»Mi geaerally. Or
der* re»|n*c:fullj itohrUed, No. 71 TebuapitoulM
t' r«-et.
at? tr*. —Aljt
K. a. B. r. KCMH.
UOBDBM, KEBB ft CO.,
Wu,
HOLBhALL Uroceni, No. 49 Leree, KtmiliM
M. mar 31 30tf.
TAXf* "It
I^ORWARiIN(i
»ale of Halisr* UanvilU lilra«li: ttiMai, *i
ciacd Piaster, and Lime.
l'arucu lar aiieauoa paid I* Um mIb of Qtmim, B»
coa, and Lard.
Marek SA—dly.
B. HINIIIJl^
1^RVr8tramB.
ARDINti aiid* Mfn-!ia»t« ttet»
eral Iiuat Agent*, and d( nl«v« ia Boat
Hturw aai iro«*rie*, Leree, mm Packet Depot, Ke
okuk.
April 1, IftjS.—ft.
JiMS II KX».
Barai Sc Bratfea,
Viril'iIiKfAI-K Urneer*. F»rward:ui and Com
V miMion MerebaaU, Lever, kookak, Iowa.
Jaly U, -dljr
HAMV.1L HAMHX. Jimil'M BAMtlX.
n. A 1. RAWflX,
"V\ ril'^Lf'?' A l.K itriK' r*. T. aler*. CoaimiMicw
V and Forwarding JM^rrhantu, No. 37 Leree,
Utrfr do«r« k-'lnw IxR-an' itreet, Si. Ixuif, Mu.
Marrh 14,1 *.«.—d
JABEt E. BHITE,
VirHOLBt \!,E and retail dt-aler in i'orftifa a»d
Dry i'«od». Clothing, B«ot*, Stir**,
Ha«», Cajw, Iw.on i*, Trimming*, £c., No. »6 Main
,"!re«-i. K- okuk, ion a.
Fek. 7, !«i5.
~AT'aBlllK«»iBAJ«
I
Ap Bl tor the Miuoun Mate Mutual laenranee
C«ai|«ant. the Iirector* of whieh are aavng the
oldwt and l* n known bauuca men of 2k. Louis.
dildpf_
m. aTArr*ni. s a'et ji«.
1TAFFABB
"\\THtLKf»ALt (Jroeor* and C»ronnM»t"n Mrr
w ehani*. n-coud door ahov* be cornet of liiva
tieaa. Water Htreet. kr^knk. Iowa.
Marcb 8, lhai.—d'f.
^l*( n( Xl i^KTTTt
IMPORTKRH
and whoie^al'* dralerf in Hardware
and Cutlery, earner of Main and fW.»nd Sir eU,
firii of the 11KL I'ADLtXX.
Jaly M.18i4—dir.
NNE1 1 llLLN,
REALMainHI
Estate iiroken and Auctioneer*, North
of Street, between (Second and Third,
K"kak. Iowa.
ilav mnr'autly for tale a large amount of proj
rrty in different part* of the city.
Persun# wishing to cell or buy arc Mrrited tte«al
1
Hale* dailv at their room*.
April dff
PENNM1LVANIA rBI IBBV.
Cor. liain aad Kirhth tStreet*, KK'»krK,I"WA.
rp WICKKRKnAM A SiNS, manufactarer* «-f
JL Steam Engine* and Mill Marhmrry. A gen
eral aa«nrtment of Ca«ting* adapted to the waut* of
the aoaatrj cn«(aatly oa hand jal \jf
OBERTttP
KEEPS
a »U*kf Family (iroevria, a rarii ty of
Tenra, ami MI Mnrtastt td Mastaal Inslia.
meat«, fur eala on Main Street, between Soooud aod
Third.
Mvek XX, IW3.
THEOtiuajc um. joh a. MEUJC.
BETTB IBLCIXBN,
C10MMISSION
aad ForwaHliag 1
City Duiidiiig". Saint Loui-, Mi
—Rr/trtncn
liaiourt.
Rtmell ft Bennett,
Child, Pratt A Co.
O. D. Filley,
Wood*, Chriidy ft Oft.
A. J. McCreery A Co,
(latjr. McCune A Co.
Bact, Wiley ft Bant,
S. A J. Haiail,
Wilfon ft Brother*,
March fS. 1866. dftw
Crow, Mercery ft Co.
Jaiue* U a'coa,
Young Brut hers,
C. W. Stone ft Co.
Capt. E. W. Gould,
Rhode-*, Peg ram A Co.
Ijoker, Renich A Co.
W. H. (iilinau,
J. F. Com*toek ft Co.'
D. A. JAFII'ABIY 4k CO.,
145, Second Street, hf. Loui*. Mi^M»uri.
W O E S A E i O K
fl^pt. 22, 1K64. (dftwW]
rnAH. rtii.LixH. KKIJ/wm r. b. KIB»V.
('•Illaa, K«llafg Klrky,
IMPORTERSand
wholesale dealen- in Foreign and
iMtmoatic Iry Gooda, No. 158 Norlh Main StroeJ,
St. Loni«. Mo. ywHW.
W. A. 1-ATTKKaoS. «l. TIMBICBUAN, *M ATTI IlsO*.
VH A. PATTEBKBN ft CO.,
COMMISSION40,FORWARDING
ft MEIW'IIANTS,
N«. 30 aad L.rec, Keokuk, Iowa.
(m*ignment* of all kind* of Produce will reocire
prompt and personal attention.
Augmt 29, ISM.—dAwy
j. ». raPEi.iir,
1.FORWARDING
andCommiMiion Merchant, whole
rale dealer in Groocrie* and Produce, No. 61 Le
vee. K*okuk, Iowa.
N. B.—Particular attaatioa paid to tke Forward
ing butiinc*.-.
April 11. 1H54.—W
J. t. mtTC. **. O. BASilUS.
I E I A I 1 I
DEALER
in Groceries, Proriaioas a»d Produce,
No. 90, Main, betwaou ThirJ aad Fourth &t*.,
Keokuk, Iowa. dftw
llOBilACK~M. A VBfc«,
W TH0LK8ALE aad Balait %aagi»t, corner of
Apri| 11* W. Um
0. V. WBSV MB Rt r-JM v KICKKU.
WIffTrOIIIB A IRH'BKIi,
ATTOHV'IK-
ut L»w and ticuiral Laud Agent*,
Moiif.-7nm*, Pi»we*hifW «tinty, l»wa W'ill
a1 tend to all l»uttine*« eiitru^tMl to (hi-ir car* itf
pow*nhi-k, fowa, lienton, Tama, Marshall, aud Jarf
•r cottntics.
(/ol)ieti«Miii will rweire •neeia! attention.
K. to Ji. DoaglaM A Co., Ht. Loui* J«iH)
Hlo«-k A Co., Pitt^hnrg W A. A Tj. Hlitrrtrtrgy,
Philadelphia Iten/m^.r A Co., lialtintorc Hon.
H. Cnrtif. Warren, Pennsylvania lluii (i R.
Harr« t, Chorfieid. lVnuaylvania LjUlur rtUahurau
"laily I inon," A*:.
Jun«
BP.l.ljttWr
Fraaklin, tialcna. III.
Kiit^taiitiy on hand It lloW* of ercry deacrip
tioti. whu-ti will !«.- Mdd w» low and jo a* good na
ar ran Ij fmn-liawil |-.«wii re.
N- B.— Every Buliow.t warranted to give sati-far
tioa.
Au^ndt 27, lfi ».r.—d6m*
*. A. 'iMJKftjr"""
MAN'T'FAfTl'KKfilveoknk
DFALFKM.WW.
i and d.alrr in Root* and
Shoe*, at OS Main S»re«-t,
Mammoth Hofit.'^T Iowa
I.INCB
k- Hign of the
iii iuUhc.-, Cluck a. FIUJ\ and Varii-ty
Ouud-. Mu-i'iil fu-trum
HIHI 1'oyj of all
fuiiftii
»HW
kind. W'ath '"l-i k:r juui
O'dd *nd bought, Main Strwot,
and ,th, K-okuk, Iowa.
Marh 23, is ,:,...d
DB. J. Ii AI %»:«,
KF'ICF at lull lletidenee. n BIo*d«aa Street,
door W of Htreotid. Keokuk, luwa
April 2f', IS '4. -d
M!r«B BRI,L,
RE-iPlx
lFl lL\ armo«me i thai ke i» perva
auntly louatgri in Keokuk to pnr*ne the prar
tier of Medicine and Surgery.
21.
d.lm
It'
and (vuiiiiuiuii Merebaatt, No.
160 8eeoad S:reet,
Si. l»ui*
AgenU fur the
Augus: 4, lHSi. d(f
E. FHA^rift.
HAleavei*DK.
V I N
O
reet*. Mit^uaUbv lt^aa.
"f the pton, Markm, Davenport and
k»ki»iixi*n S'ase Lino.
Mareh Z'l, l"s~i6.—d
A W Home,
WniiAM Wi*t»r. Proprietor.
»RN1:R Saeuod and Cellar JsUwia, Fort Maili
MII, Iowa.
Baggag* takes ta and fv*m tmrt* Pre® of
charge.
3 *r~ Sta-ef leave thia Hoaac 4aily for Keokak
aii'l liurlin^tnn.
June 2. I haft. 4
IVMTS hoi~hTF.
CoitxrE .1 ni\fi.. l'n:*T STRr.rT*,
BY(lCHARLES'pleasureahiannouncing
ApriI5,I8f5, a-f
J. «». BFFHF,
\IN ^'r.ef, titdn-'.-n Si it and Seventh. Whole
sale and Retail Di aler ui Mow s, Hollow ar*.
Tinner'* S (K*k, Ac. Al* manufacturer of Tin,
Coji» r, and Sheet Iron Warei..
ifing aad Jobbing ia Tin, Cofjvr. and Sheet
Iron, wku I will warrant to gtvp mil isfnet ion.
•Inly 24, I!C»5. dly J.S. BKKBR.
nn
v:
Jualtce of Ike Peace.
Tthe
1IE und.reigned would inform hi* fnondt it
country, that hi» oflie. i* on Mam, between
2d aud 3d*:reet, Keokuk, Iowa, over the UariteM
Store. lie will alt.-nd to the culleetiou ef all ae-
munte eutrw'cd to bi& care, with prwmptnu-*. Ac-.,
oounta *eat by mail, poot-pa-d, will rccciv a alien
tiou, and the money relumed a ordered.
March 2, lSjj —dA»:f.
Aad Blauk Baak Jlaaatoctary.
rpili: culieeribcr having fitted up
an e\ten*ive Bindery in the
eitv of Keokuk. Iowa, No. 110,
Main «t., up Mail-*.) is uow pre
pared Ui cxeeuU all wrd^ra in bis line, in the moM
workmanlike manner. PeriMlical«, Mu«ic Itooks,
Pamplilet.-, Ac bound, and old Book* re
Ofli.y w i' It.»«-!or Unr'-IK* Page, Burko'aftal Thotnpm»« A V., lm ten port, 11. T. Foster, Beards
Irrv, oract of Main aad .'hi MA. t«wn, IH. Hon. A. Stain S[ruigfte:d, III. A.
July
mt mm* KmtST~
DnaBt*ra*e*aat'«othe-Rye-
IIFI.I. will nd u the di»ea*e* of H«t Bye
n K a n
i
'eloek A. M. uatil 12M., each
day at b» Oftce, BarkvV tiallery.
Aii^ant 1—d
im. JIVO. B. Ai,E.KiV,
Oof
FFER? hi* )»rofw*.ional tterrice* to Uir eititea
Keokuk and virinity.
Hi* eOe. tk« (aoie huretafure oerntried
Fori], aa*tair«, over ike Mara of J. Brae
N" a
i ii S: ree t.
by Ir.
&'t-'
Re*nle&ae a* tk- "PariMaa" «i Con«tr(, Vl«e«n
X1 and 5d S're^t*.
Juar 12, ISjj.—d'f.
A. n. ABPE!«frR¥
II S I 1 A N A ,\ 1/ .-1 «. K o N,
L^i'Ki ri-1 LL\ tetnien» mi profeMionai aervioe*
to tin- caix iM of Kowkuk aiti v mtuny
ifrzr~ ttftee No. 4. lhirkr'* tiallery.eoraaraf Main
aii'l Third Entrance on Third.
rmuuenMy loratetl in thi* city, beg*
to inform hit frieu'l.' mtd the eitneu."
genera! ly, tltal. antil further MNicc bt givea, he
am found at th« «Aoe of Dr. J. F. J$A«r»a».
March SI.
OK. J. l/* W BEIfi: PA«E,«
i No. burke'* tiaU^CY, turner ml Main
and Tliinl St net-.
Ai:^u»t 4. Ijm.—d''
BOBEBT »«A«ra.
in
Iowa.
RCMTM.T—'dRe*! in ira?iainBnildtu, Sm
kuk, itarigu* and 1
raw i n
of Boildiaga al»o eatimatea
K-okuk. 1 •h. 1«6".,—
ri.OVKB
jgY D. vr. Cu vt u.
M,
wing* lor all
and rpeeiilca-
ill in
hooi
of Waluat aad Second
Kaokak, Ft. Kninr* A ninaeMMI
KAILKOAJt COMPANY.
Offiet on Main Hire.- o\cr Bruce A IaaMi*
8tor.
&-|,t. 1. -dtwly __ ___
l*fal Abfcat A TtM« Ex pre as*
PN.
MAN I h'A'TI KKH. B?noli Ktroet. near
KOI'KIKTOILS, Neat, Abbot A Co., KB U-ud fit.,
Y.. William*. Tanner ft Co., Buffalo. Ship
daily by People's Line of Hteamera, foot Courtlandi
Si reot.
For hili Idling, apply to
Neat. Aiitwt ft Co., 1
P. B. Brooke, l8»Bo*4Bt.,Y.'r.
Virgil llillyef.
Mark package* "Neal, Abbot ft Co'* Eipraaa."
July 2, lHii.—ij.twtiia
ior
1855.
W«trr« IVIerrUKUta' Llac
•VTKAL, AlilUtT A CO., New York, W'ILLIANS.
1^4%« A Buffalo, Proprietors, ihipdaily
fruai l'wr 2. Etuft River, New )ork.
Ail uarg...*. full y ni'Ured to Biifla'o.
No traii^hipfrieiit le iwei n N w Y rk and Buffalo.
For fneif hi apply i«
Liberal tn advance* otj elii[ iithi.- of Wuduor I
1 or Murchanduc, for tale in thin market, or rhip
ment to friend- ea*t.
I K- .r to W. L. F'wing ft Co., 8'. Lnnit, Mo. 8. ft
W. Thayer. Quiney, Itl. Greua ft iStune, Mu.-ca
line. IOWM B. H. Caiii|iU!l A Co., Oa%ia. 111. J.
H. Ijmgley A C«., R-k I.-lami. III. Barkley,'•
II
mv.M'.l.L The under M|
igncl take* in UIK! KS
he ha.- laken tin? very |Hipular llou.-e atKl^®™1
made a complete renovation turoughout tn, r,. i:
pj. uiiv,.. ii,- i* now prepared to reoeive it*,
ronagc of the pthlic, and lxdi re« he ean meet the
wair« i all who de#irc a good Uou*.-.
Ho hop.-H. by a clo*e application to the businc*
and attention
to
tbr many wauta of I he traveller, to
merit and rib'ain a *harc of patr««na?c.
HajreH^e lak' n to and from Boat* free of
charge. CI I Ac. G. Bl'NNKLL.
Li'WARD COLE.
BOOK BINDERY
'/F£yrrJli
INIUIKI
an\ variety of *trle.
Having a superior ftoek of material* for the man
•fact urn o( Blank Btwik^. particular attention will
he given to the order* of Merchant*. Bankers,
Htcniahoatft. and County Officer'.. All hiank tniok*
will be paged when denred, and warranted in everv
•aapeet.
i Ainu on haad a stoek of superior Stationery.
Old Book*. Magaiino. Music, Ac., bound or re
bound in any etyle da-ircd.
i-'slL. Bindery will b« found on Main, between
Second and Third *treele. *ign of the "BtgBook."
Jan. 2ti, IS..1-hIA». ISAAC N. PIERCE.
A farm (ar Kale Bear Krekuk.
fMlIE undersigned oflers for sale the Farm known
ak tlx'"Lunib Farm," situated alsxit 4 miles
from Keokuk, on the new S ate Road between the
l'lank Road and the Mississippi River. The Farm
consists of a quarter section of land, 130 acres of
wbmh are in a high *tat« of cultivation, with good
fences and everything in excellent conditieu.
For terms inquire of II. H- Wilson.
tSandu*k v, August 13,1856. 1 mdA3t
in
J. H. WKS'IXWPI.
L. J. AHAUS. Agenf.
Annual II. 1MA.S. dAwly
Keokuk Book-Bindery,
A N I» BLANK BooK MAN I FACTORY.
LANK Book^- made and ruled to auv required
pattern. Court R.-cird*, Juaticce' locket.i, A*
*ce-or-' lVM)k", Poll BHks, Ac., Ac.. furnished at
*hort notice.
B'
There
is scarcely a farm in the country better adapted to
agricultural purposes, the land beiag uf the very
best quality, and the location very convenientte the
beM market in the State. DENJ. GRAFT.
lioalavllle Hyftiaalic Ceooatr
Hbarrets
D. WOODWARD ft 00. have oa hand 2M
of 1MB artscio an eaosigament, which
are atttowttdljm ef Mis* ftgorts.
II. Hn .-TON.
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
Ii. J. I/tM BAKRT, Sup't, Alhimu, Pa.
F#b. 1, l*j.ri.~ly
Tph.at-.t.
KEOKI K: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 1855.
Neat, Abbot. AG**} ,w
P. It. ltrooko, i g» Ba«48t.,S. Y.
Vir^d Hiilyar,
Mark packager, "M. W. Liua."
July 27, ls.ii.—ilAwt'iia
T. W. Airianirr
«L 0W
4«h
'AKJ1N(
and oniiui«:in Merehanta i
If freijrhi A'j'-nt- for New York Rail Road, and
I Fulton l^uki' it m' Line, on Lue Canal and Lake*,
170 f-juih Waivr
Si
rue', Central W" harf, Ctneago, III.
l!r
It ft H. Herd. Ua'-e-bnrjf. Ill W. S. Oilman, New I
\«rk Fa-«itt A Co., Philadelphia, Pa. A. Gilbert. I
Ca-h Commercial Bank. Chicago.
Mark package- ar of T. W. A. A Co.
July IT, !*. .—dAwly
PESKK1LVA.1IA BAILBOAB.
ral Konte. eonnerting the Ailai
itiia with Western. Northwei'tern and Sous U
weftern Sta'cu. by a eontinuoti* Railway direet.
This road al*« connect* at Pituhurg with daily line
of rtteainer* to ail jort* on the Western Rivers, and
•t Cleveland and Sandatikv with Steamers to all
port- on the Northwestern Lake* making the moet
direct, chcaj"«! and reliable route by aim Freight
can be forward-'! to and from theWreat W'wt.
BATEK airrw »»aiLAt»r.i.i*HiA ASI ptrrsa' ao.
FlKUT Cl.ASfi. —1«»o!*, Sli'X'*
i Iry tio-xir. 'in Ixiic.') Fur«, 7Stc. per 10# lb.
Feather#, A' .,
2JCi.a**.— and Station
ery, Dry Good*, (in baler,) 6®e. par 10® lb.
Hardware, Leather, Wool,
3d Ct.AfcH.—An* i|«. Bagtriag, I
Bacon and I'otk, ui bulk,) ^9c. par IM lb.
Ilfinp, A
4th Ci.vn*.—Coffee, Fish, Ba- i
con and Pork, (packed) Lard, .- Me. per Iff ft.
and L-»rd t»il.
5.1^,, In h!p|iiig Good* from any )«int East of
Phftad'^lphia. l-e jwrtii nlar to tnark pai-kage "ria.
lVnn»yi»ania Hailrond.'' All »'«d* con*igneJ to
BAHAOAU.
,'h iaiuc, Iwiweeu l'hiladel
Tiir MOBMN*. MATI. TRAIN
Pittsburg a' A. M.. and
ik tai ly Tl»r«u
m:d l'it!rt irrr
kai*
Piti*bur at II P. M-, and Pitt*hurg for Philadel
phia at ltt P. M.
The alx»ve line* connect at PiM*burg with Rail
rrai* to anl from St. I«©ni». Mo.: Alton, Galena
and Chicago, III. "Frankford. I»exingtor aitd lam
isville. Kr. Terre Haute. Madif»n. Lafayette and 1
Indianap di*. Ind. Cincinnati. Dayton. Springfield, I
lJclleJont xinc. Saad'i.-ky, T"ledo,Cleveland, Coluin
hii*, Zane-vitle. fa-.-ill.fti and \Voo.t.T.Ohio al*o,
with the Steam Packet Boai-e from rnd to New Or
lean*. M. L"iiiy. Louisville, and Cincinnati.
Tl oigh Ticket* ean be had to or from either of
I be above place?.
For ir'.her particular*,see Haitil-hilL* at the dif
foreiit atarting |MiiHte. Pa^aeuirer* from the Weal]
will find thin the »horle*f and moot epeditiou*|
route to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New^ork or Bo*
ton.
THOS. MOORE.
A vT, PaM-enMsr Li&ec, Philadelphia.
J. MKK1MEN.
A rent. Passenger Line*1, Pittsburg.
Fel,^ IS.,.,-ly
Tf'
Chicago and Burlington B. jt Lino
viVuria ft Oquawka, Central Military
Tiact and Coicago, Burliugton
A (Ju.tiey Ruilroad.".i
IStan«vconifileti'U,
now and I nnii- run the entire die
from CHICAGO U Bl'ULINGTON, Iowa
without change of cars.
The most direct route to Chicago. New York, Bos
ti^a, Phi ia«l I phi a. and all other point* East.
fjhiily Tran- lea* e Burlington Sundays cxc
1.- DAY E\PBLSS,—THI:IM .H 7. 30 A.
T. LBCII
!»»».
•pied.
Arriving at Chicago the same evening, passing
i through Monmouth, Galesburg, Princeton, and con
necting at Meudota with the Illinois C.ntral Rail
lloid, to La Salic, Bioomiugtou, Springfield, Deia
Through Ticket* by tfiis Route can be purchased
al the Rail Road Office in Burlington.
G. HAMMOND, SuixrintendenL
D. RRMICK, Ticket Agent, Burlington.
C. E. FOU.KTT, General Tickot Agent, Chicago,
Chicago. May 1st, 1855. ?1Aw
A N K E O k K
April lfi, -«7AwTy
It. Baudrn ft Son.
leave. Phi lade!
phia for l'.ttM.«rg at 7j A. M.. and IT ^I'LDrenjjectfuUv call the attention of the
Pitl*bur« foi Philadelphia at A. M. Thi:
FAST Iiut ic tlM
Lt.xr leave* hiladelpliia for Pitt*burg at I 1. M. Marble, which ther have just received direct from
Tna NichT K\''Iif^- I
lea*1 hiladelphta for
i
tar, Jacksonville, and Naples also with Gajcnaand K"aut if ui stock of Gold and Silver Watches, Gold
Dunleith. Jewelry, Ac., comprising ths la'est styles of l^dic*'
2.—Esi'Kr.ss lint iron 7. SO, P. M. llr-a^t Pins, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Cuff Pins,
Connecting with Illinois Central Rail Road at Gold Guard and Fob Chains, Keys, Seals, Silver
Mcndotu for St. I*'Uis and Cairo direct. 1'Thimbles, Gold Slides, Snaps, Studs, Gold Pens
Train* on the above Road." run in close conncc with or without holders, Gold Pencil?, Pens aud
lMiint*. i 1
pr at any of the j«
with the Michigan
tion, avoiding all laying ov
i Thi? Road connect• nt Cli ca
Central and Mtciiigan Southern Roads, and with all
the Roads leading to the Atlantic Cities, Ohio, Ken
tu -ky and Pennsylvania.
Passengers leaving Burlington at 7. W, P. M.,
rcaeh Galena aud Dunleith in 12 hours, and St.
Ijouis in 20 hour*.
By this route passenger* will reach the interior
i portions of tt iio and Indiana in less time, and with
fewer charge*, tl an by any other roufe, connecting,
via Michigan Ceutral at Michigan City, with the
New Albany and Salem Bond, thence to all points
South lilld sullt h( list
Baggage checked direct through to Chicago, and
no charge for handling at any point.
Office Keokuk. Ft. De»moine«
and Minnesota Bail Road Co.,
Keokuk 11th August, 1K55.
XrOflOS TO STOCKHOLDERS.—'You are beMtr
notified that the second regular call of ten pe*
cent, on the capital slock of tlie Keokuk, Ft. Dee
raoines and Mioueiota Rail Road Company has thii
day been aiade by the Board of Directors, i*yabl
on Monday the 1st day of October next tn Wis. C.
Graliam.Ti
okuk
Lrea^arer, at the Rail Ruad Office in Ke
By order of the Board.
HVm T. REID, Prea'i,
C. F. COKX, Sec'y.
[Dispatch aud Ft. Deamoioes Statesaiaa oopy.j
HAND
19&A.
n.-etmp ait Keokuk with the regular da.lv Mail
Tlic line in at preeent composed uf the ctearifcr*
Wi
Iir. Vr.Ko, WMtcKKra, JiAfim Dti?ia, and
kieoKt'K, whoae namer alone are a auflcieatguaraft*
ty 4 their gp-ed and aixxitnmodaliuoa.
March 1S
£..
dVni
AEOAIB. AND HOtfc |ii.XNb
ISA*.
Willi
For Freight or Passage, inunire on l»ard. or of
T. 11EAKJ1IT, Ajtent,
March, S.—dtf Keokuk.
Hew ArraDfrnfBI.
par
rjllIK Steamer O. W. Kl'AKIIAWK
J- will run an a regular daily packet
from Keokuk, in connection with the earn
"f the Northern Railroad at Quincv leaving
Quiiiey at 8 o'clock and arriving at Keokuk a! 1'2 I
M.. and leaving Keokuk on return trip at ew'ataok
For freight or pue*age apply on board.
June 13, 1N,»j.—d
DISTAL KI RGRBr,
DR.
R. S. BARBER, would rc.*|cc(ful)y announce
to the eitn. ii.« uf Keokuk and vicinity that be
haji |«.Tnianently locat'-d iii Keokuk, where he cx
uee'* to perform all the operation* pertaining to
iHsntal Surgery.
lie feel* confident ia hi* ability to gire satisfac
tion to thuac who may favor hioi with their patron
age.
JT»*~ OflSee on Main bet worn Tliird and Fourth
Sireeta.
All operation* warrt^'ed.
Keokuk, April 24. 1»j6.
DENTAL tBTll T%
K. RICKEY, Sure, on
ing r.-turned from the Fa.-'.
will tn.' happy to w.iii on hit frieinl-.
Having a large *ixrk of Teoth. from
11**.- beat maiiufactorie*, eau please the most fa*tidi-j
oua. Teeth mounted on cither gold or platina, on
hie new improved method, which ie now being Uiied
hy the beat len?i»la. He ie also prepared to mount
Block Teeth, or (k'liiinuouK Gum?, on gold or plati
na when on the latter, at a lower price amounting
to the difference in ew»t of material full eels' on
gold for $lnt. on
1 V i. K.
IJ 1st. has 11
Bond nt Philndelphia or Pitt*-!
Fvani-ville, IndL
I'I.ATINA
the Agent thi* K'md nt
burg, will Ik- forwarded without detention. City of Keokuk. Io..—Office on Main St., bet**cn
PiKticirr A«K*TS.—Mo*e* Potter. Boetrn J. I,. tWond and Third Street*
Elliott. N. York E. J. Snccder, Philadelphia Ma-] TxR. II., in addition to the u»uai
gr,iW A K»«r.i-. liultiru-'re Geo. C. Frai«i»u«, i'itu
t'urg Sprigman ft Brown. Ciucinnati, Ohio J. S.
Mi'trehcnd, Liaiyvitlc, Kv. R. C. itittliltutu, Mad
ufm. lnd. R,itc|iJTe A f^»., St. LaUl, Mo. J. 8.
Miuh-ll A
.k ,lf
ne lis.
Horse*
MAIL I IN 'TrA.MFRS "D AMvLR& and dealer* in Kychtnge, ICeokuk, lo.
rpHIS popular lint ./ S«a.n.Vi win"inake ™«lar P/ K}'«f"«Jf« prii^ipal cities conatant
I a i a u u I U i o u o i w i e o n-
the
Co,lt.c,,ol,»
Packota U 1UMK LHLAXB, tAU:\A and .Sr. PAIX, run- i °T.V,nt .r*lf* ^*tilB»g'!
mng in cmuijecUun »ilh the Itailroads to Chicago
and the F.a*t.
10IB*
itAILROAT) MAIL LINK stkamki^.
ri^HK two fa^t afeutners M'Ki:» and B»:.v ('Aar
1 I
the great Ma i Line Steamer* Jen
nie Dea?!£, cs!crntr, Ki okuk aud Iic Vernon for
St Ixitlis.
i. K kr, Cattain Leroy Ihidgc, learr* DareB
port and IWk Inland every Monday, Wndnet^ay
and Friday evening* fur Kookak. Returning,
leave* Keokuk every Tuesday, Thursday aad Satur
day Kvemnp).
Be* Awrniu.i., Oap'ain F. BarMett, leaves Ta
venjor1 and lloek Ulaod every Tuewlay, Tiiursday
and Saturday evening.?. Returning, leave* Keoklik
ever,) Wednesday, Fiiday ajiU&uuday vemug».
for $90. All work war­
ranted. C'flR-e on nouth tsult t£ JJiuluL^m, between
Sd and 4th Sireets, KiiAuk.
March 27.—dly
m. w. eu-kiTttrsrr
S E O N* It E N I S
methods of inserting artificial it I
i- in jH^teHhion of the e\cIu^iv^ ri -'i
for till? city of mounting the "coiltin
IIOII* gum teeth," *o uuivcr«ally admired for their
l*cauty. *:rengtli, and cleanliness. Af:er an ex|»e
r.cncL' of two year* in thi.* si lc of work, he w
uri!cf itatingly rccuiumeiid it to tlie public a»
«i suing many and great alearitaee* over any other
•trie of work known to the profusion. Tlio«e iu
re*ted arc respectfully invited to call and examine
*peciiueus of the different methods uf mounting
teeth.
flT,t qnatltr of
K i*t, winch they arc cuubicd u sell at aa cheap
i a rale a.- can be otilained IU St. Loui*.
We are determined to act uj»on the motto—
••NMAI.I.
I'MORIRS AW TINRA NETI RYA.*'
Give u* a call and we pledge-ourselves to »hoW you
at fine marble, and ar g'«d workouut^hip, both tri
the ornamental and p'a n atylc«, a* can be found manufaciorie
anvwhere in the I'nited State*. to alway* kee
We have another e^i e cn *'o.-k of Marble on it*
way from the Ka*t, aud ula'l he folly prepared to
ni.-et any demand that nay be uiadc fur article* in
OUt ilUli.
Third 8treet, between Main and Blonde ait.
April 4, 1S54.
A CABO.
MESSRS.
PARMELE A CAMPBELL re
«|ectfutly announce to the citiitcns of
Ke^ikuk and vicinity that they intend (as
Mi|i a* a room can be obtained in the new
mow being built, by D. W. Kill*.time) to open to
the public anew and well selected *t«ek of fine
'Watches and .Jewelrv, Silver and Plated W'arc. Als»»
A
W block
)crtaining to our line of business.
F«r the present we mav Is found in Graham's
block, on f^econd Street, t"hrec door* south of Par
*ons' Banking House, where a portion of our stock
I* exhibited.
We arc now prepared to do all kinds of work in
oar line.
.A*" Fine Watches and Jewelry of all kinds re
paired aud warranted by cotnpotcut workmen.
variety of Fine Cutlery, Musical instruments of
all descriptions, Ac., ftc., Ac., in fact everything York and Philadelphia .Fachions, aad ro«|ecifully
J. PARMELE,
Xh$ 30, lC5a. A. i AMl'B^LL.
!*. w. jtnr.x.
(Sacrevsor to P.
D^MiERinCloek^,(nextSlmgerland,)
WatJjhes and Jewef
ry Second Street, door to (.'harlot
l'ar^oi^' Banking House.) Keokuk, Iowa.
The *ulweriber has just received a large and
WATCH RKI AIBIVC,.
The subscriber being a practical watchmaker,
feels competent to repatrtbe most difficult anddeli
cAtc work that may be entrusted to hia c.u*.
All work narrantel to give satisfaction
COHRW-T TIMK.
The public may rest assured that the correct time
is, andulwavs will be kept by
Nov. 2S, IS.»4-—dly N. W. JtA'ES.
LIVLB1 Nl'ABLt,
ON
John«on Street, l»etweeii 1st and 2d,]
by Wm. H. Ci.r.» itiRs. Thi-establish
inent i' large, commodious well arranged
and amply provided with g*d lnies wnil trained
for harnees, as well as with Carriages Buggies and
Hacks, upon and close, covered and half «Mvored, of
••very description, adapted to convenience or luxury.
or Carriages resident*
of
the rity or vis­
itors from ahroud kept on moderate terms, and
arrfnlly attended to by men thoroughly skilled in
I he bu.-incsf.
Horses bought and sold on commission and on my
own account at all times.
May ?.*, 1855.--dly
The Fast BBkll^.
.1,.v
111
IE Fast How Mill one and a half mil
town is now in o[*tration with a good ntook of
Log*. Pe rson* wawting Lumber will be furnished
on short nouc: by leaving their orders at the ofltee
of E R. A D. W. FORD, or with
WM BROW NULL.
Keoknk, Mer II. l^oo.—^itf
lee C:roaas.
WCreamat
and Panel Saw—A soaU «f aar owa i era so that it will keep for twelve hoots ov longer
imp -rutr-ii, ju«t
CREKHIToVftoHMEf.
E are all times prepared to faraish Ice
(Vanrlia and Leais) to
families in any
desired quantity, Wc will pack it in small frees
A. L. KJtlSi J. Cl.AtFOOL*. f. HcKr.NST.
A. L. PEniU
(6.,
f^rteeewom to ftrenville ffltaltff ft Co
i n
o s i
rtmitUd for prompsly at
We will bay aad »etl all kind of Qol^f, Specie.
and uucurrcut Bank Nutu«, u.! U'Ml rataa.
Interest allow.'d on spt i-ial ilepvwitfl
rr.KKRKM,E»
C*ih. Am- Exchange Bank, New ^||fk.
E- W (.'lark, Lodge ft Co,
Lni'-a" A Kimond*. hi. Louir
K. W. Clark A liro'-.
N Corwith A Co., jait'na.
Pii'u* mtiv 'a Mm I
Oand
BEi.r.. now making daily trii*. cninecting at on ihii city remitted promptly, at ctrrreat rate of
Rook Lland with tlic tuir* for the mat, aud with the
1'aily Mail Packet* for (ulena and Saint Paul, and
at Ktxikuk
«KU. C. ANLF.lLS'N, on Third, bet\
.fohnsoii Streets, Keokuk Iowa.
Exchan
Vb, 1
ntereat on depoaiti when 8pe«rially agreed
U|*J»l.
R«1m to E W n*n, A Bro* Rankers
JlogT, Mi Itenla-rger A Co.,
Refer to I.uuaiE A Sniiond.-, St. Loaia, Mo.
L. A. Benoist A Ci., do
Atlantic Batrk. IWwron.
Duncan. Sherman A Co., N«w York.
Drexel A Co.. Philad lj»1iia, Pa.
Union Bank. Baltiinorr. Md.
Commercial liank, Cincinnati, O.
Price, Comer*e A Co., New (Tleaaa, la.
t- 1 1 y
SSxceluior Baal ft Nhdr MaBBfartary.
THr. LATKST fio vi A.*B AMKRI' A^ FASHIOXS.
T. rilBBID k CO.,
HAVINGM.
jtiat i'i«-ned a shop, in their ol^
bii-me**, on Third sTe. t, U'tween Main
and John*on, Keokuk. Iowa. re?jct'!fuUy
announo that tbev are prepared to manu
fact ii re the neatest and moat fashionable Boota and
Sh'H"* that ean be got up.
Jetcrmi»cd aot to be cxoelled by any manufac
turer* in the We»t they solicit asliarx- of publu pat
ronage.
As we purchase direct from the importer*, our
•Um:'., i:« al»»u
of
the latent faahi n aud beat quail
tj, and at the lowe*t figiire-S.
A* we keep no Eastern or atop work on hand, w«
warrant all our ready made B.xu and Shoe? uf the
sam» character a* th*«e made to order.
Call aud leave your order* for a _good fit. War
ranted to *u11 in every particular.
Itcpairing in the n at cat and atoat subatan
tial manner doiu on short liotiijc.
J. T. HARRIS ft CO.
July 21. I*."' dy
Mew Baet aai lhoe Citore.
ff
'tEO. CKITTEXDEN has taken the storelaSety
occupied by Alcsars. iiavvkin« ft Billings, cor
ner uf ^fh and Main Street... anil ha.- o|M.i,ed a lurt'e
and well a-.^orted stock of lloota and Shoe* intended
spiciaiiy for the retail trade.
lie a-k* the iiifipeetion of the cititcn.* and puVilic
gaaierally. feeling confident that hia experience in
the trade, and the favorable teruia on which they
.were purchased, combined with a determination to
build op a p. rtnnacnt trade, w ill enable him to »eU
lower than any house'iu thu City, t^uick sales aud
*iiiall profits i« hlii motto.
l*-okuk. May lh.V^—dtf
Uate C'it|r Beat and Khar Store.
No 112 Main Street. Irtw.vu Fourth and lift!
pc- ril K undersigned w,.«i!.| tfnl ly e.nll
uld th at11.iitiii 11 th Ladi» and
m'.-n i K'okukaud vicinity, to th tr fine and
well selected *tork of Boot* and Sh x-*.
o|H'ned and for "ale at the abov.. «rital»ii«huient. e. ni
p.'iiing all kind* i Laili 'S*. Gent*', Mi.-t«', lloys',
iind Childreti'* w -ar, of all *tyle*, grud,* *nd «i« -*.
which we pledge uurielw, to sell at th lowest cash
prtii-n. and wou.il only rop. ctfully aolieit an exam
ination of our stock and i-ee, fading confident that
lx»th in point of ijunlitv and ]ri'-«-*. w.- an able to
pleas.-. It C. Ill ISKAMP A lillU.
•Iune 7. ISj5.
Boot* Shaei
HAVINGmad
A kuk Iowa, have jost received, at their Fashion
able Tailoring and Furnishing Establishment, a
choice and excellent supply of Broadcloth*. Cas.'i
mcres. Ve*'iu^*, and cutlenn uFuruisbtiigOiMHls
of all deseriptnns. «nd guarantee that their work
shall l»e done in the most approved and sati"fartorv
maum-r. They are constantly receiving the New
solicit all who desire good work aud the be«U iitatv
them a call.
IIUICHIN«ON ft DEWJCV.
rial t« give
April .'j, lS.ji.—dlv
New ArraBfeBteai
Tokuk
Also a good assortment of Summer Coats, Vests.1
aud Shirt*, always on band.
July ia, 1K i6."—dtf JAMES M. TYLER.
The Jahmaaa Street Clatlslag Eatah
llshaent.
ril
KELLY takes this method of returning his
siocere thanks to the cititens of Keokuk fur
the very lilicra! patronage he has received since he
came to this city an entire stranger.
I beg leave, for the future, to introduce myso'f
in partnership with Mr. John Fcllowes, and liojte. by
giving oui undivided attention to bu^ine**, to ren
der eutirv satisfaction to all who will favor us with
their custom. Wr are hourly existing Scott's cwl
cbra'cd American llep«frt of Fashions, and shall in
troduce the Fall styles as soon as received. As we
intend to do all our own work, our friends can rely
upon having their work done with neatness and dis
patch, ami a fit guaranteed.
Ph-nse call at the Johnson Street Tailor Shop, one
dooc went of the Post Office, and give us a trial.
KELLY ft FKLLOWM.
Angust 3.18iii.--4ilm
Harry Faltaa,
~V\ HoI.ESALFi and retail Clothier, and
Y dealt in Hats, aps aud Furnishing
Good.s No. 52 Main Street, Keokuk, Iowa hav
ing on hand a large and well selected stoqk of
Good* in my line. I would respeotfallr Invite the
attention of the trade, feeling confident that my
Goods aud price* will favorably oosapare with any
in th# market.
I will not eay that I shall sail lower than Saint
Louis or Eastern Houses, httt weald modestly as
sure mv fi tends and the public that I will sell a*
low as I possibly and honeallj
My expense* are liglit.
bree sit
to trade with
4i
HAVEtransaction
thia day aaaoeiaUd Iki—iWw
tlie
branche«. They
and well «e lee
ted
cals. Perfumery, Paint*, Oils, fto
Alim hare by this
prieUirs for the nauafaetaja aa4
clebrated Maiaalaka Miami aal
rtore
led Vegetable Anti-BllHot« Pflla,
Iowa, fllittom, Mtuoori, WiaooMi
I territory of N ebrwka.
rP
1
E.XtMANGl'. A MO BANKIM1 ,, A I^ee County, for the aaU uf QrURWlOl li|
Trt*1" i roR8 f,.r Medicinal, Mechanical, aad SaefMMBlal
CollectioiiK »,,i_
v
John J. Anderson A ''-o.,
',
bL
U,a"-
E. W. Clark, 1'h.d'^^ 4 Co., New York City,
"i-fii.- offl'c hour* frmnfl A. M. tc5 P. M.
July 14. irti.V—dif
Banking llauae «l i'haa, Paraaaa.
Cor. of Mam and 2d Sta., KKOKUK.IoWA.
^IGHT Excliange on the Ea*t and South bought
tTnnd Hold. Fiirojieaii Exchange for remittance to
any ]an of Knropc for oalc. intereat allowwi on

rwwit* as t-r agreement.
1
at Whelesal«
ojMii.-d a house iu thi* city for the jmr
po*r of carrying on the wholesale Boot and
Shoe business, we rerjiectfully a'l the attention of
the trade to our large and well assorted Htink,
which i* now liein- received direct from the IM
lu**a husett*. It is our intention
keep on hand a complete aasortraent ef
g'K«i," in the liue, and offer *uch inluccmeuls as wUl
obtain for n* a liU^ral share of patronage.
Country merchants will do well to call and exaa
um: our stock before uic purchasc.
July 7 —tl CARTER ft 00.
J.*. atncmvuoN. JAB. TMEWKV.
BEBCHAPIT TAILOKK.
^J^IIIRD S'reet. between Main and Johnson, Kco-
1
IM
Jf'
NO. 159
ion of the Drag bmkmmM
•spaet to k««pon kail*.
e«ewrue«al« Pee DNH
!(mk4
far
Mia a OX
a, i
All order* ia future ifitJ be addrwad ta
McKKNXT A SCXTOHr
IC€'. (i, dtf
MclLKNNK, ha« bean apMfotfadAgo* km
ovyTY
ioEjfrl
purpoae* only.
alI at No. sO,
kuk, lowK.
1
A tin# Golden Mortar, Kaa*
Jaly 3d, ll5S. dly
.To tlia IPatMlB*
^plli: undersignei res.j»ectfully an
the citixciiH of Keokuk and vicinity,
ha* recently opened Apwthecorica' Hall,
of Third and Johnson Streets,
and well selected st*k of Drug*,
fuiuerien, Toilet Articlea, ftc.
The !-ul*-critx intenda paying partieitlff^ dftlfO*
tion t« the Prescription Departm«)it, and wiMfe
fident that h« ean give perfect aatiifaatia^ i
had an experience of ten yean indhU
busiaess. and IO|M« by strict attaattealal
that he will merit a ahare of public ptllMH
I Augunt tl, 18."»i.—lly F. H. O^COfc
A MES MtNOtllli
Wholesale and Retail-
Mechanics' Block, North aide of Main
Iowa.
HAVrNG
made arrangements for
neat buaiaes* in the above line.
I offering to the city and country trad*
and well selected Htock of pr^g*,
Paints, Dye*, Oils aif^l Yaruishes,
I ware and Window Glaa*. Also Pel
cv articles, Cirars, Tobaeco and 8naM,
assortment of Faoaily QMceriea, iacll
Tea*. Flavoring Extracts, Candlea, ft
and a variety cf article* pertaining to
meut. all which will be sold on UM
'•*mall profits anff quick returns."
100
1
1
200
Gentle-M
a ft
CHI MW*
ptiBilfpiaC
Particular attention given to fMffeltaf
tion* In caw* whore medMnfea ac* rafBi
ing the night it i* fre^oerrtH iaataraiMBtBt
them. Thi* diff'nilty 1 have coainletaly
by having my reeideme iu a part of th* aai
ing occupied by my atore and par
icines, may rely UIKW proenring thw at all
niarht or day, wiiftbut itieouveniena* or dMHST.
I Druggist.", merchant- and othBra, pnrchaaiaf W
the quantity, are retfue^ted to give Be a MIL a a
am determined to aatl «m as taroraMa HMl dlT
hou*c in the city.
i April •. It55. y
I*»Z. Floyd' A fArfea.T ^endirat^g tjai-
ment, in quaatitiea to auhjgWBkaay^^^
2t0 dot. Esculapian Linimeat,
of I'atont Modicine* at
i Apt ii 6, U.W. REVNOLDB' BKt
LARD
OIL, *pirit Gas, Linaaad Oil, OtnL M|L'
Dcmar atal Coach Vami.'h, on hand Sam Wttili
at REYNOLDS' Piaj&l
CASK pure Blackberry Wine wsitnhte teat
cinal and sacramental purpusas at
REYTfOLDe'
Bf\\ ES Glassware and Wiadov
RKYN0LD6' Drw»»al».
H. MOOUU
IIOOBE ft
PII ACyTISTS AND
HAVEAKM
till* day-«adoeiat«d theaaaelv** to
gether for the purpose of conda
general Irug and Wescnption busina
the abovv firm.
Particular attention will be given to th* lat*
ter braiuh, to which they b*»t hath MTVad
.regular apprcutioeabip. Phyaioiana and th* fnh
lic can n*lv ou having their prescriptions ps—ptly
and aeciirately coin)Munded at all uosea, as OM oP
the Im will be eanatantly in attsadanna.
.^i
ROBERT MOORK.
J. HENRY HOOPOL
Mnrrh ll.m dtf
Aa ijrnch Law
ESSRS. M'*)RE A H00
fonn their friends that they
and will endeavor to keep on hand atalHiaMB, Bda
davs i-xcepted. a most delicious, cooling aad healthy
•leverage,
AKRATEH MIVBBAL WAT**,
and invite all who arc thirsty to come to the AmM
tain on 1SATI KIAY if they expect to be thintf Ml
Sunday.
Jane 51,1H55.—il
WIPiiSliAii" #AT«^^
\rF^SRs. MOOUK ft HOOPER I
ivi a*very superior article of
RAL WATRR, the qualities of which eSBNt kh ar
paased by auv natural spring in oar Vai*k,aat thai
it i^ highly ronducive to henltk, aad MrtaiM ao'
deleterious drug*, which is often the MMOtlfclbdM
tains not properly formed and nonaged* tkff klg
leave to refer to the following gwntoOca W th*
Medical Profession
Prof. J. C. HWHHL th th
J. F. SANP0RJ).
1. L. McrtCOur,
J. R. ALLKN.
E. C. FRANCIS,
Jt|ly », 1»
City Drag Store
Barrow* Block, Main Street,.
his i i .. ft J- STEW ART are now in
HE subscriber would inform the ett»fns of Ke- verv large and carrfally saieet^l
and vtemiiy that he has purchased the
1
u
jjmjj/ Median** and Ckaoi
stock in trade of Ben. F. Dodson. So. 6 Thinl Medicines Popular Rem*£M,Vt
Strc", where he ba* on hand a gsneral assortment ,,(lor., p»iBts. Oile, Dy* 8to*, V^rftOHVy,
of French and Autcriean (-loth), Cassimeres and
rv
vanety
trf
Vostjugs. which lie will make up to order at the Publish men to of the kind. Every
sliortest notice, and in a style not to be surpassed. „,i
nilr
fancy trt'-'f *****"TfMMri ||l
Ml
iM
1
i part
Purt haser* will confer a ftMtaal
at our establishment before
June 18,1855.
1
THE
ogr house is conveni
j-y
rf
-w
ent, (if not three sionea nigh,) aod 1 will endeavor
n
give general satisfaction
tftomer tn such a manner as wilt
My motto i»—An article is worth its valve,
common tense should be the appraiser.
May 3,1854.—w
Raft
a,
Wowrroil*.Ufhtalag
ITH Points and Fix tare*, warranted Bet If
For rale by
J. U SCLUVAJf 00.,
nly 17,1865 lit* Mala BNre*, laoltak
WtacahawlMa.
oorefaDy fwtaa
too
Physicians' prescriptions
DB. J. G. STC« ART'S office
in the Drug Store.
raorsanowAL
T. 0. Edwards, M. D., Ohio Medaal fltlljl BI
J. Cobb,
Joha Loehe,
May lH.»i.—dftw.
w.
L11VBEB 1AM
Onorth
N Concert S roet, between
of Main street. A large
Lumber and Shingles, of beat qpality, ataMB
hand. ttittf.
LOOKINC 6UBBt».
OfVQ ""XIB Looking lam
si
OUO received, ilircct from th*
for sale hv the box or do
tea. Also aa
CA1
suliecribers have couatant^y 6t UM
ply of
DRESSED FLOORING.
Also, Fencing Boards aod Fencing
and a psasral assortsneat of MmmmmfHmt
Mill and Lumber Yaid at thalwt
Kcokak,Iowa
April 7, im
dlaftwly
8Mlti
g-i 3,1855
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