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MK'BUdBiD *rtnr ntmNiic (srsDAY«, Rxcarnn,)
Br J- lluni LL CO.
E
Kr*
f,
Dot.i.ars
pkr Axirv, payable In Advanee^dr,
(.'ran ran Wrct, (ujabll- to the Carrier. .,
^•OT.Adv- rtisement!* iu«-rt*-i on tavorablr term*.
M.UVP D. KlUPkON,
JTTORNEY at Law und Noiary Public. OAee
in the new l'o®t Office bund.ni on Johnson St.,
between 2d and ikt
.Collections promptly attended to. i
K"kuk, Feb 1.% iai.r,.—tltf. __ 1
JMKK W. KAfKlV saii |.LI H1LI**.
KttKn a unim,
ATTORNEYS
ik
a.-.
b. P.
ATI'
|1m purchaae ami nale of Rc il Estate will hereof
lor practic in Mid regularly attend the District
nl Keokuk and Ft. Mwli.-on.and of the other i
Counties of the First ml.r-ial bistriH uf Iowa and
*Ui also practice iu tlit- Mj|'ri'uu Court of the State,
ft. Madison, FYb. 17, dtf.
JAMKN HI, It CIO,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Keokuk, Iowa.
F1CE hi the Rail lb«ad office on Mais St®ee|,
fwt J. K. Bruce'? store.
An trust 7,
W. •. 0*CRVII.I.K. JDB**)* UI I'll. |1. AllfUKIl.
N. U. Pr*4ac« dc •rnmUtlM Mones-.
OO.MMERVILLE, BRADFORD 4 Co.,
y
Hu'
TjVltRWARPTVO and ''prii
Jlni' li 20- -11
A. BKIIX.n
ISConifianv,
Agent for the Mi-'^xuri m*:. Mutual Inmnaei
tbe 1'ir- i r» which are among ihc
oMact ami beat knuwa buameaa man uf St. Loaia.
d:tdptf
M. arArruHD.
K'
Thir,!!
1
at Law, Keokuk Iowa—Office frver
Fanou' lintik. corner *f Mtuit aud S««soad l*is.
XIU.KH. 4. If. MCIC.
niM EB **icw.
iK.VK\
at liaw and Ndi'iior* in Chanecry
A e n o e i n v o i o n 1 a n I i a i
1
H0en!
produce, 'oinmiaaion and ForvvHrdiujr MerobauU,
New Orleans. Particular attention pai-1 t- ihe jmr
chasr* r.nd ialc of W. »i.-rn J'r"*tac«. A!no, to it*
R*ci*in|f and Forwarding Iwcinct* frn«ralljr. Or
dm r«*#j«tfully »olicitt'rf, X«. 71 Trhonpitoulft^
Jfciy IH"* —dlr
0. HoaicMT-. a. r.on.
KOMCKTM, KCItH CO.,
"\X \LH Gr.' n», No. 4V lcvei», .taintlnof^-
mar 31 30tt
TAT1* it i:o.,
mwh
y.
Merrti&cu, Xo.
IWt Second Htraai, f* .u.*. Agfuu fur tit*
»aie llMirnulit (Viueaii Oal
i iini 1'meter, and Lunr.
r^r!.Hilar a:tea£tob j«i4 to Uma«)*«f Qj«iaf 1ft
Coii, iiii.1 ljirJ.
•.V. HIMtK A (•.,
1^0KWMcaui
\KL»IN'« and nuinvn n Mvr'li«nt« U«f
«rai iioat Ag-ul», ai.J dcaien la
biirr* and Urowrtea, 'rmirj wr- Patfrirl ftlVj Ke
v)utk.
Ajiril 1, 18ii.—tf. £_
B. •. I1HII A CO.,
C«MbImUmA I'arwa ri af HtrrkMMa
1. \vt a.' 'j 1» r: -t ri*t.
A1*'» UX, IlXITuM.
Aoetiit 31, lWi,—dty
MWfR JA». a. UKSBPI^
MOW A (.HUM:,
IOMMISSII.iN M«-n Wif •ical« tin*cm,ftftfl
no
Ks I
Ltealer* io l*rodu'-'-. 1^t.-i r-1r•. FtMVth
*iid Fiiiti. Knkuk, Iowa.
iN-pt-mU 1, dljr
MW Sl H-t*.
Karn« A'
•y^THOLFi-ALK Groe r* 1
miwi fi Merrhan
July V, l»ja,—
*11
wi. e. i«]t««Sv
aAlftRL «AUItX. JOfl«ni A
k. J. llAllfLL,
"\X 7HOLKH K LE Orovr*, Tea dealer*, CommiaatQO
»v and Forwarding Merehan'r-, No. 37 Levee,
tbree diwir* low I»cuj't street, Ht. Lotua, N".
Mareii 14 1 'i—d
JAMEh E. HBKE,
WUumenwc
HOLESALE and ri uiil dealer in Foreign aad
Iry ii«.»ia, CiitUtmg, !»boe»,
Ilato, Cap, Bonueta, Truumiaga, Ac., Xo. US Maia
Htre t, Keokuk, Iawa.
Feh. 7,
1.1.
MTAPFOHD
II. A. 1AM1 AKY
a'ctaa.
A 1 1 E
"Y\7'H'iIJ, 1.1'. tiroe-rs and Cotnmiaiion Mer
Tt chantr, »et.ond aUne the corner of Blm
deiMP, Watel Street, Kckuk, Iowa. I
March 8, 1^ v.—d'f.
n.
IMP7'P.TERS
W.
A
IU. Tl KEI,
and wholesale dealer* in Hardware
and Cutler*, corner of Main «nd See,.ml .-streets,
Sign of ti„. KEJL PAIHiOCK.
Jwul* 22,1M4—!!•.
PKMKMI LVA NIA I'Ol KDRV,
C«". Main and Eighth Street*,.,. KIXiKl K,I0W»\.
TSleam
W ICKERS1IAM A S'l.Vs?. manufacturer)* of'
Finginec and Mill Machinery. A gen
tral a/sor! mi ni uf Ca.-tu.gs adapted to lUe wante
the country couatantly ou hand jai-ix^
c.' oBi a roi* I
EKPS a ati-ck of Family
1
'niwiee. a rari"ty
V Xiy and an ae«u iaisiii vf Muaiitl Inatni'
ment/, for aale un Main Street,
r.f
lutmiem
BUTTS
liacoad and
Miwh 2."!. 1U3. I
i
Jata P. Horn lab,
TTORNEY and Coun-ei ..! u l^iw Keokuk, Io., I
promptly a'teud u all busiueae cntruated
to fal
Bp'-^ial attention given totbeooUeetion of Claim*,
Land Ajceneie*, At.
Office-in the Post Office- buiidmg, on Johiuon St.,
tietween 2nd and 34.
•foiwtj: BKTT*. JOB! »». UHUMS.
A .ti:LL,fc
A
CO.,
e. 145, Second Street, Sr. l,otiia, Miaaouri.
W 41 O K A 1. E O 0 E f,
ge d. 22, 1834. fdAwy201
cham. cji.i.is.
h. s. ki t.iAnm,
3.
R.
a. a, KiMt.
olllna, Kellogg: A Klrbjr,
IMPORiER--
and whuie-nie dealen* in Foratgn and
I)oine-tic l»rv 0oodj, No. lj North Main Stroei.
gt. Louia, Mo. ywK20.
W.*a. *4rri-:a.-o «, w y. tihuhiu\*, vh ArrtHau.N.
wn. A. PATU HHOm 4k O..
COMM1S81UN40,Ft»R\VAUllNUIowa.C
A MERCHANTS,
No*. eV and Levee, ICeokuk,
Consign men
te of all kinde of Produce will tweiva
protnpl and pemmal attention.
Augl^t 20, 185^.—dAny
toPKijm,
TT'OKW A. DLN'G and Commission Merchant, whole
JC aa^4ealer ia Orooenea and Produce, No. 61 Le
vee, Keokuk. Iowa.
& Jfc—ParUcalar attention paid to the Forward
ing bu"inea^.
j7*pril 11,
4. l. llWtt. V|. o, nmnn
E A u i i
DEALER!Main,Fbetweon
Orocerie*, Provi.iona aud Produce,
No. ttU, Third and Fourth tka
Keokafc, Iowa. UAw
Hotideli. a vgMKi7
"IVTIIOLlCPALEaBd R»-tail iJraagiat, eoraer of
Maia and Tkird Nroeta, KeoCiik, iowa.
of tk« Biff Mortar."H*.
April If, lUO. AAw
pLgW5oU, from 70»ftw jZI
Mttoro, with and wilkoat,
S, W. 4 H. TUCKJBE.
lyijW iiywwuii ir iMwrnvmtfmm&'t*.m
(fBne
i
A. H. ARPf: ITER ^1. 1.
II V S 1 A A A :N 1 1 ti KO
V,
HtPHPTFl'LLY tf-ti'li r» hin frt)f*»^l(.nal irni«e«
t" ihe riiifonn of Keokuk and vicinity..
'Sit'
So. 4, Kurt. ,ori!ctof Main
Third rt»r*«ti. Fjitranc- ou Tbird.
Aufpnt t, 1^.,^.
KA.*t'OKD HIXL^ M. D.~
RESI'WTl'l
LL^ nmmuiK c* (hat he ia p*mit-
ii' r.: ly locatd in kekak to parauc the |ra
lifv of M»-dicin* and Surir^ry.
with Ihwrtor
J.
l^awri'D«« I'a^, Hurke'«f)»|
1 ci rrirr of Main aad ltd Btt.
July 21, I*i5. d3ui
v." wmn«w. inrrsRy
Colli-ctioni* wilt r'vi* sal att n^on.
Refer to II. Ifciujria** A Co., ht. Louig John
k A Co., I'iu»)urj(: W. A. A L. i^humway,
ruiUdfl|)hia IWnt.n^'r A Co., Halt irrinrv lion.
C. J. Curiiit, Wirrts, l'ennrylvania liou. t. B»
Rarret, Cborfi«ld, I'enaaylvania i Editvr l'ituborg
I'niuu,"
iu\
Juuc ISjj.—1
wuj uh n. uniTH.
BELI/1WS
MAN! FAITI KER. llwli Street,u«Mr
Fritiikltn. alrtia. 111.
K-jcp* '•"lu'taiii i v '-ft h«t«l IVdl'w» of vMy dwKjrip
i'n. w» ,.•!) will K- a* lw and on aa good t«Tn»»
a.- md )». uarctiaawl wh'Tt..
K. —Kv«ry LU*ll w wnrtMlted to gt*» MthSac
ti'-rt.
A ujpiat t!, 18 5,'».—d«m
CA. diki
MWFACTTRKR
r,f .,,.1 .l.nlor in B-^oUi and
Slioea, at ftK Main S r.-tt, Si^n of the
-Matmot.ih K.nknk Iwa.
Dili J. It A IN KM
O»n«
FFICE at ln» K-«id !!«•«.'. on Hlonl"«a Htraet,
'i'Kft Went of SetouU, Keokuk, Iowa.
April 1 't
DUratMi tbr Efe and i:«tr.
Dli.
BKLL will attend lo tbe dtaMM«-a tli« Eye
and Ear (row u'clwk A. M. until 1131., earll
jjy ar hmOttw, llurke'» ijallrrv.
Aujftl^i 1 —-J.f
OH. O. R. A LLK^.
Ocf
FPKUn Li* pntfei»ional aervie^t to riw
K.nkuk and %iHnity.
llu offti e. ihe mw heretofore unrupiwl hr Ur.
Fortl, up #ta»r*, over tht' nfore of J. Braee,
.\«. Main mreet.
"ii
Re-(klea*. at thai
2d mid :-d Si reet".
June
1 2
Pavilion" oa Co««ert, between
inji.—wt#.
DRi I tTruA^nv
HAleu^e
Html
VI!WI p-'rrnaii'»ntly located in thi» city, beg»
to uil'-rm bie f'ien'le an-1 the Afiteiiit
:.eraMv, th*t, until farUier italic* 1* gitea,bv
lutiY be foand at tbe ottcv of Ir. J. F. HATirotii'.
March 31.
DR. J. I.4UKF.MCE PAUB,
OFFL
FV 2. Hark• '.allery, corner of Main
aia Third Streets.
August lfj». --iltf
RUBI RT IIAIXEN,
RC!IIITKl-T—' tfi.ee in «raharu'» Bmldiag, Kev
kuk, Iowa. lAvig«4 aad Drawing* for all
aiaia «rf Building*, airo eatimatea and *]eeific»
taoMt.
ke»kuk, Feb. «, 1^55.—»!1 ni 1
l«vi:k iioim:,
Y B, W. Ci/I
Heaifea
••ling a»i^Hb
L..if. Keokuk, low*.
V I
:r. corner uf W aluat and Second i
r-Tt*, Mnacatiue, Iowa. i
ef the Tipton, Marion, IavtBport and
"fkalw* Stage L:ro*.
Mjjrt-h 52. H5:-. ,1
i I A W V E II O I ft E,
Willi*a WiNTrn, Proprietor.
C:TRXER
Hect^nd aad Cwiar blresHa, F'ort Madi
r~M, loW.«.
-r5Br Baggage takes to and from boat* Free of
•iiur^e.
jfjiT-
Stage* leate\i? 11 tlaily fof Jfe»huk
.imi Burlington.
June 2a.
Mill l»l
CiMXUM-r Jou^- .i. Van 1-IHVT tSTRKKT*,
BY»:f'H
AR1.KS Ii. N i\L. The uwl««r
gned tak-« pb aure in »l*|}ounc|j)j{ o»
iii ha." taken tbic vt-ry popular -,1Ciu.-h ji«]
iuadu a complete rcuovatiou throughout i re
prctniaee. lie i* now pr,*p .rtsl to receive tbe |«ti
r-.uage the ptldic. and b-lieve» Ue tau U«4l the
iwiti of all who ilenrt a g-Hd llotue.
He ipe*. by a I'-e a| '.ication io ihe b'ifiaeaa
nnd a'.t'-utiuu to tbe many want* of tl» traveller, to
merit «nd ol!ain a rhar. ol patronage.
pit llaggaifi tai. n to and fymn IWata free tf
ebnrgc. L'll.^if. 0. UlNNLLL.
April
A, l&j>.
X. n. BEKBF,
MAIN
Slrwet. liet^cen ^ixth and Seventh, Whole
rale and lietail lealer in Sto'c.-, Hollow W i»re,
lintatr'a Su« k. Ac Al.-o luanufa* turer of Tin,
oitper, and Sheet-Iron Wan*
R/x'ting and Jobbinj in Tin, Copper, and Hh-et
Iron. which I will warraiit to give a»ti*f*-tion.
July 21. lHjj. dty J. !. BEEUE.
Juatlcc of tbe Pearc.
T(Ju
HE uudsruigrn-il would inform lux frieutLs in
c»untry, that hi» o(Ti?*v ia on Main, b-twe«B
2d aad "d atreeta, Keokuk, Iowa, over the liar new
.•-'•.'re. He will attend to the collection of all ao
coutifn entruated to hia care, with pfinp ncss. Ae
counta nent by mail, p"» ]'iud, will letaivealien
liou, and fhe money returued as ordered.
Till*
V
/pin'SHfIJ:iSI')X and Forwarding MerahaaU, Ko. 3
xV (5hj Building?, Saint Louis, Mnwuiiri.
•He/ti tin t*
BttMUll A Bennett,
Wufd, Pratt A Co.
O.IJL FlUey,
*1H ooL, Cbri«tT A Co.
A. X: MoCreery A Co.
4!ntjr, Mo'une A Co.
Bau, Wiley A Bait,
8 A J. Hiiinil,
Wii.-on A Broiheny
Mareh 2., 1866. dAw
Crow, M^r#rry ACftt
Jatne- W'aUon,
Vornng Brothere,
Cx#r. Stone A Co,
Capt. E. W. Would,
Rhodes, Pegraiu A Co.
Loker, Renieh A Co.
W. S. Oilman,
J. F. Couutock A 0o«
*ubiM"riler
EDWARD COLE.
March 2,15:..v—in.
BOOK BINDERY
And Blank BooK IWaaufartorj
basing !:t!cd np
an extensive Bindery in the
city »f Keoknk. Iowa. (No. 110,
Main St., up ftair?.} is new pre
p:»r«d to excewte all erdir« in hia line, iti
rkmanlike manner. riinlical -Mu
Bleokak Book-Bindery,
AM
riioat
B.i-iks,
I'ampl.let.-. Ac uuj, and vdd Books re-bound in
a.iiv \arie'v of etyle.
iiavmg a eaperior *t*ck of material." fur the m&n
nfueture of Blank Book.*, particular attention will
W given to the oidcr* of Merchant*. Hunker*,
(steauiboata. and Conaty Officer*. All iunuk hooka
will !. paged when deair.d, aud wairanttd in every
lefpatA.
Alao unhand a atock of attperior Stationery.
j. u. wKdicOrr.
!». J. AIaim, Aj^at.
A«guat 11, ltiad. dAwljr
BLANK Kuuiv MANT FACTORY.
BLANK
Books id' nu.l ruled t» any reiju'red
pattern. Coort Reeor«l*, Juitieea' l»oeket-. A«
!-Mwns' Boika, Foil Booke, Ae., Ac., furnished at
fhor: notice.
Old Hooka, Magnzine". Music, Ao., hound or if
imtiud in any atvle desired.
•S.'ft- Bindery will Imfound on Mah), lx»ween
:c*iud aad Thinl c'reet-, -ign of the "Bit? Book."
Jan. 20. 1--M.—dAw. ISAAC N. PIERCK.
A Farm for Sale near Keokuk.
r-pnE uudcroigucl offers lor aale the Farm known
A
a- the "Lanili Farm," -ituatcd about 4 mile"
from Keokuk, ou the new S'ata Road betwueiilhe
1'iHiik Rtcul and llie Mi*+i*»ippi Hi* er. The Farm
couM«fs of a quarter »ec i»n of land, L0 arrc.-t of
whidiaretn a high afatv oi cultivation, witl good
fence® and everything in excellent condition. TUor*
1* acarealy a farm in the country better adapted to
ngrie«!ti«ral puria.aof, the laud being cf the very
beat Hunlity, and tha locatiou verv convenient ta tbe
be-ii market in the State. BENJ. URAFT.
For terms inquire of H. H. Wllaon.
Saudwky, August 13,1853. lmdAStw
Pure ConRreoa Water
ROM the Saratoga Spring* for sale i.y the doren
or single bottle.
Al*o M. •ore A Hooper's aujvrior Citrate of Magne
^Ta, or Purgntiv Mineral Water, one of the nio?t
rarjrit
aihl el
p! u-unt and effectual cath.d tioa known.
Call at Moore A lloop'rnew drug More on Main,
between 2d and 3d Street*, uortb aide, Keokuk, Iowa.
auc 5, 18."»j.
DR.
NORWOOD S Tincture «f VeratTum VIride,
prepared cxpreaaly fgr Pbyaicians, for aale by
Sapt. f~ii M00RE A 1IOOPER.
J.*
I Hii.s.—dAwly
Abkwt
PiU)I*HIET01tS,*
nwnzL
wHiTconn A nn ki h,
TT''KNIKat
!,a* un tlfri. ritl I.:iiid A^cnf#,
M-'t«*intnn f*• iw.--1.1. k oouijiy, l..w». Will
iiM. iul i.. nil tu»i!»»-•/• t-iiirnKt«d t)i ir rare in
IVtttffcluek, Iowa, Ik litem, Twma, Maraball, and 4aa
ji.-r cinnititn.
Mark packa^^ "-Val, Abbot A Co'a Eiprw"
July 27, 1*55.—iiA wilm
W55. IMA.
Wfitfra nerriiaati* Ma«.
"V* H.M,, ABBOT 4 t-Xj., New York, W ii.uamh.
Tavvkr A r,,..Buffalo. Proj.ro
from Pier 2, Ka*t River, N'. w 'it.rk
All r«rj(o«* fully iac«re»l to Buffalo,
UiUi^hipim-ui between 2s«h koHt aad BaCalo.
.. i'wr if&ghi Upply to
Nik!, AIMt A Co.,
P. B. Br'Xike,
Virgil Hillrer,
Mark paeka^e«, "M. W. Line.
D®*
July 27. 1855.—dAwOm
H«-fer u W. L. Kwins A Co., Ht. Loaii. Mo. 8. A
W. Ii, Thayer, (juiney. III. Gw# A Stone, Mui"«a
tiij'. Iowa B. 11. Catnptk.41 A Co., Oalena, III. J.
H. Langley A K..ck l«laml. 111. Barkley.
Thomson A Co., Iavenj«rt 11. T. F"o#ter, lWardn
to* n, III. "li. A. Starne, Sfi ringfield, 111. A.
I) A H. Rced^ iale*burj{. 111. W. S. Uiliaan, New
York Fjuixitt A Co., Pnilale|}ibia. Pa. A. Uil'.prt,
Ca-hier CoBim^rrial Bank, Chicago.
Mark ptu-kage.- care of T. W A. A Co.
u 1
y
17, I —dAwly
FL\^NVLVAKIA R11IJK01D.
tireat Central Route, connecting the Atlan
tic eitiee with Weatern, Northwestern and Siuth
we-iern Statei», by continuoim Railway direet.
Thie n»ad also oonncetf a* Pittsburg with daily line
of Steamer*
lo
The above line« connect at Pinaburg with Rail
road
i to and from St. Lout*. Mo. Alton, talcna
and Chieap., 111. Frankford, Lexington and I»u
inille,Ky. Terre Haute. Madisou, lj»faye-tte and
In'liana{»lin, lnd. Cincinnati, layton, Springfield,
Bt'llefoiitainc, S .ndu*ky, Tided",'leveland, oluru
bu-, Zanesville, Maj"iillon and Wimatcr.Ohri al.-o,
wi'h the Steam Packet Boats from *ud t" .\t* Oi
lcan*, St. louii, Louisville, and Cincinnati.
Through Ticket* can be had to oi from either of
the above place*.
For further particular*.aee Hand bill* at the dif
ferent atarting pom *. Pa.-'aenjrcis from the West
will fiud thi? tbe hho^te^t and ni '-t exp. ditioua
route ut Philadelphia, Baitimore, ^*rw Vork or boa
Ion.
TII0S. MOORE.
Ar:r*r. Pa-se^er Lt»e», Philadelphia.
3.
MESKIMEN,
Age-ut, Paaeenger Ltnea, Pittabnrg.
Fab.1, lhjj.—ly
Chicago aad Bnriington B- H. Line.
JMUMUMMflHuKl
^EKSBEK3BBBCrXK!aBBi
tPeona A Oquawka, Central Military
Tract and Chicago. Burlington
A Qniney Railroads,)
IStaneecompleted,
now and Train* run the entire di»
from ClIICAtiO to BCRLIN0T0N, Iowa,
without change of car*. i
The moat direet route to Chicago, New York, Bof
ton, Philadelphia, and all other )Hiuta Ea*t.
2 OailyTrains leave Burlmgteii Sundays excepted.
1.—DAY EM
RKSS,—THWitcn
i
KEOKUK: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1855
Xrakik, Ft. Dr» Moiae* A UllaaciaUi
RAILROAD COMPANY.
n
Tine Rxprwaa.
Neal. A)»Kr*t HM Ifcmd St
N. Y.. William*, Tanner A Co., Buffalo. Hbif*
dad by I'e«)de V Line of .Suarocr*, Iwt Conrilandlc
For Mils liadinp. apply
to
Neal, AM»ot A Co.,}
1'. It. Brooke, Bond St., N. T.
Yirfcil II 1 Iyer.
7. 30 A. M.
Arriving at Ch:i*»go the xauie evening, paaaing
through Monmouth, Oaletdmrg, Princeton, aud i-ou
necting at Mt udota with the Illinoia Ceutral Rail
Road, to La Salle, Bloomington, Springfield, leea
tur. Jacksonville, and Naplea atari with Oaleua aud
lkinleilti.
2.—EII'REH* TiinotfiH 7. 30, P. M.
Connecting with Illinoia Central Rail Road at
M- udota for St. Louia and Cairo direet.
Trams on the »U.\e Ri.ad.- run mi chwe connec
ti« ii, avoiding all laying over at un.v of the iioiuIk.
Tbia Road connect* at Chicago with the Mu-lugaa
Ci iiiral and Michigan Southern Road*, and with all
the Road* leading lo the Atlantic Cities, Ohio, Ken
t« ky and l'eiuiay lvania.
l'aaaeuger* leaving Burlington at 7. M, P. M.,
reach tjaieua and buuleith in 12 honra, and i$t.
h- uis in 20 hour?.
\j:i
By thif route ]a**enger* will reach the interior
portion* of Ohio and Indiana iu lea* time, and with
fewer charge*, than by any other route, connecting,
Michigan Central at Michigan City, wuh tha
N' vv -V Ihany and .Nib ui Road, thence tJ all poiuta
south and southeast.
Buggagc checked direct through to Chicago, aad
no charge for handling at any point.
Through Tickets by tin* Route eait be parchaiad
at the Rail Road Ofiiee iu liurlingtou.
C. 0. UAMMON*I, Superintendent.
D. Rkmk k, Ticket Ageut, Burlington,
r.
Foli.ktt, General Ticket A
N'
I gent, Chicago.
Chicago, May Ut, l«5.'i. dAw
Oftcc Keokuk, Ft. liaanioinen
nnd Minnesota Rail Road Co
Keoknk 11th August, 1855.
JOTICE STOCKHOLDERS.—You are harelr
notifliil that the aecond regular call of ten p•*
oent. on the capital atoek of tne Keokuk, Ft. Dea
moines and Minnesota Rail Road Company hua thir
dny been made by the Board of Directors, nayabU
on Mondav tha l*t day of (K-tober next to \Vm. C.
Orahaui, Irea^nrer, at tbe Rail Road Offict is Ke-!
ukuk.
By order of the Board.
IIU0H T. REID, Proe't.
C. F. Coss, Sec'jr.
[Diapatch and Ft. Deamoine® Btataaman eopy.]
AXES!
AXES!!—Hant'aOollina'Simtmmj-*. Lip
pinoott'a, Whlto'a aad Wilaon'a axoa.
»toe-k for aai» low by S. W. A U. XICKKR.
LOl'M AMD
IMA.
mail
hmieu
over
rpmspfl
ipular litie of
1865.
i!. Ship daily
at Keokuk with the great
88 Bond ft., N. T.
T. W. Alexander
FFreieht
A
ORWARDING and t'oifimiMion MemhanU
if
rut# fur Nw ork Rail IUhmI, and
Feiton Lake Boat Line, on Kro- ''anal and l«ke«,
17' ^"-jth Water Street, t'»*ntral Wharf, Chicago, 111.
liberal *a'h adraner-n on shijimentK of l'ri«lu"-c
or Mercbnndize, for salt- in ibis market, or ship
men! to friend* .-act.
IIE
will
D"
all |H rt» tbe Meatern llnern, and
at Cleveland aiid ,*5aiidu»kv with Sieauierc to all
po '.!• «n the Northwestern Lake* inukmjrthe inu»t
din-v', cbeM(e«t and rtiiatde route wbieh F'r«igbt
i-an lw forwards to and from tbe *«real Weet.
mateh acTwrK* pnit autlfhia asd rrrrsaca*.
F'iitht Cla.—Bmi. !,•»•»..
]ry tiooie,! in toxe« Fur*. 75«. p«T 190 lb.
1 oikrt, Ac.,
2d Claiw.—Book* aad Station
i y, Iry 'iootlf. iiu halt?*, 60c. per 190 lb.
lUrdwure, Leather, oj1,
3d LAah.—Annie, Bagging,
llaceu and Pork, I in Uilk,i V 60c. POT 100 lb.
li tup. Ac..
4tk. Claim). —Coffe», Fn»h, Ba
e .n ami Pork,'. |»a ked) Lard, 40c. per 100 lb.
and Lard Oil,
In .-hipping Goods from any point I
jut of i tUe beitt Uentiat*. lit
Riiladcipbia, be particalar to mark pau-kage "vi*. Block Teeth, or Contmuoi
Pennnylvania Railroad." All ti-xxls i-ouai^ned to
r.icii.iiT AuitsTN.—-Mi».-e* Potter, lioiit'd J. L
Eliiott, \. ^ork E. J.Sneeder. Philadelphia Ma
gr..w A K«.».r^, Beiltiinorv tie-i.t Franciseux. i'itte
burg .-jirigiattii A BrowjJ, Cincinnati. OIul J. h.
M«irehciid, lyiurxvilJc, Ky. R. C. Meidruin, Mad
!«•»), Ind. Ratehffi^ A j„ St. Louia, M'». J. 6.
Mitchell A Son, F\anerilie, lnd.
H. H. H«il*s1«»x.
tlcneral Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
H. J- I/»MB\ERT, Sup't, Altona, Pa.
Feb. 1. T« 1 v
PK*M I.V I AI1.BO A 1».
ril RKi iiu Tl.rou).'!: Ti ii. *•.» n rhi Iadt-1
J. phia a tel Pnti-»!ir.- '1 H» Montv, Men. TkaiS
1- :i Phi iadi ii.hia fi.t P,:i,Ui^ A. M., and
treburg lor Philadelphia at 7 A.M. Tltf: FAT
I.ivr. leavea Phitailehibia for Pittsburg at I P. M.
Ink Nif.nt ExrHrs* Ti'.Ar leave* Philadelphia for
Pit'.btirsr at 11 P. M., and Pittabnrg for Puiladel
pfc.a at 10 P. M.
(Suc»'esaor to P. "-iingrrland.)
ALER in Cluck*, W ate lie# aud Jewel
Second Street, (next door to Charlea
D"
"-t-
»*4*
K E O K U K
IH popular line of ^t aui r» will makertftUr
dally friji."' ac u«unl ibrtm/hout the ceai'on, coti
necjtiriK at Keokuk with the regular daily Mail
Park-in to l*i.AMt, m.kia and Hr. Pai i ran
ning in eoun«'^iun mi.h thu RaiLraad* u CUicafo
and tlo Eaat.
Tho lino in at present eompo^d of the rteamer*
IHk lho\, WesTnt^rH. Jka**ii DeAt*, and
Kkoki-k, wliotif name* alone are a Kui&eient guaran
ty of their speed and araotnu*lationa.
March j, IS,^. dVin
KKOKin"SD NOCK ML A NO
J. I'. Kn1*TS. Agent at Keoknk.
J«ft13 IH:,.. -w __
lll.'W. Hleka. M.
K O N IlKliTIH 1
City txfweeii
of Keokuk, Jo.,—tXfice on Main
»i cond and Third Street*.
II., in addition to the u.«ual
method* of inserting artificial teeth
lk in potwe-eiim ol tlio exclusive right
for this city of mounting the "eontin
uou*- gum teeth," n uum ri-nlly admired for the,r
beaut \, Htrength, and eleanline»a. After au exp
rien^i id two yea^f in thin Htvle of work, he would
anheaiiatiaicly r-cornmend it to the public af p*"
aeaaing many and great ad-, anlacea over any Hh«
atyle of work known to the profooaion. Tboa« ii
U-reated
are
ret-|e-c:fuJlv iawt.'d to call aud exAmibe
apecimena of the different uteUtuda oi Nto«nUi^
teeth.
i April 10,18*6.—dAwly
DEKTAI MtTtrS
J. K RICKEY Snrgeon Ient
hating returned fri ui the Ea^t,
DSi.
n"
will Im- happj to wait on his fruude.
Having a lar^e stock of Teeth, from
the bet manufactoriea, can pleaae tlie moet faatidi
oua. Teeih mounted on either gold or platina, on
hi* new improved method, which t« now being uM-d
by the bent ]eiiU»t|. lit i« alao prepared to mount
ua Ouin-, on gold ur plat'
at a lower |rice amounting
wheTi on the latter, a
the Agent-of the- lioad at Philadelphia or I'itta- ''H difference in of material: full set* on
burg, will i* forwarded without detention
gold lor #100. on i-i atiha f-r All work war
ranUjw. Uflice on south side oi Blondeau, bctwc4.ii
3d and 4th Street*, Keokuk.
March 27.—dly
B| !VTAL
DR.
WATTH REI AIRPU
The atibscriher being a practical watrhma %er,
feel* competent to repair Ihe moat difficult and tl
cate work that may be entrusted lo hie care.
All work warraniol to give xatiafactioa.
CvllKKlT Tiuk.
The public may re*t auured that the eorroct til toe
ia, and alwava will Ik* kept bv
Nov. 2,h, 1«54.—dly N. W. JOXEP.
I'ARB.
l^JESSRS. PARMELEA CAMPBELL rr
We are now prepared to do all kind® of work in
ocr line.
:T~4T' Fine Watches and Jewelry of a '1 kind® re
paired and warranted by tomietent work men.
May 30,1845. A. CAMI
Rawdea A Soa,
WpublicI*.
We have another cxlenaiva stock of Ma, "ble on ita
way from tbe East, and shall be fully pr epared to
meet any demand that may be made for ai
our line.
Third Street, between Main and Blondes*.
April 5,1864.
OX
A. Im DFMlMi.
1MI.
:AMERR.
IrtAA.
RAIL1UAI» MAIL LI\K STEAMERS.
rflHE two fast strainer* J. M'Kuk. and Bit* CAMP
JL Ul L, now inakiii/ 1 h11
y tripe, coniucllug at
Rock Ir-lan.l with the carslor the Ea^t, and
Bev Cami-bkj.L, Captain R. F. Bartlelt, learea Dit
venport ami K«k Island every Tu«»day, Thursday
and Saturday evening*. Returning, leaver Keoknk
every W edaeadav, Friday and Sunday evening*'.
For Freight or PiUMage, inonire on hoard, or of
Xll
o:
with
laily Mail l'aeket.* for 'ralena and Saint Paul, and
the
Exchange.
Mail Line Htoamers Jen
me Deaii-i, Westerner, Keokuk and Die Yernoa £or
Ki LOUIK.
J. M'Kj-.k, Canlain Leroy fridge, leavea DaTen
port and Rock Island evi-ry Mi.-mlay, WedneKday
and Friday eveningn for Keoknk. Retamiag,
leaver Kc kuk every Taeeday, Thurwiay and Hatar
day Evi-mnga.
hlLcr
T. HKAIOUT, Agent,
March, 3.--d'f Keokuk
Nra Arrant
Steamer G. W. SPARHAWK
ran ae a re^nlar dail packet
from Keoknk, in connection witii tbe eara
of the NorUiera ("roan Railroad at Quincy, leaving
(juiney at o'elnek and arriving at Keokuk al I.
M., and leaving Keokuk on return trip at 6 o'clock.
For freight or pa«»age anph on l«»ard
«i
4
*|K-e-fully announce to thecitiaena of
Keokuk and vicinity that they intend n
auon as a room can l»e obtained in the new
now Wing built, by I). W. Kill»unie) to ojx*u t»
the public anew and well selected *U .ck of flue
Watcbe* and Jewelry,Silver ami Plated V'are. Al«
a variety of Fine Cutlery, Musical I
nut ruments
all description®, Ac., Ac., Ac., in fact every thing
jicrtaining to our line of buaiuee*.
F'or the present we may be found ij i Graham'*
block. on soeond Street, three doora ac uth of Par \n,utn»r*hip with Mr John Fellowe*,and hoj.e, by
aon®' Banking House, where a portion of our stock ,„lr uudividetl atlenii.« U buaii.caa, to reu
is exhibited.
jor futire -aiistae-iu.n t.i all who will tavur u« with
KLfrU
HK1JU
PA KM
tion of the
quality of
OULD respectially call the alien
to their stuck of the fir.t
Marble, which they have ju«t rece-ived i tireat ftwui
the Ea.*t, which they are enabled to aell At a® ch^lp
a rate a- can be obtained in St. Louia.
We are determined to act upon the motto
"KllAU. VHOFITS A*I Qt ICS RmM s."
Give u* a call and we pledge ourselves to show ynn
as fine marble, aud as good workmanakM bath in
the ornamental and plain styles, as cau be found
anv where in the United State*.
-ticlo® in
IA.lt,
1*1 and 2d,
LIVERl ITA
Jobn*on Street, bctm.*«in
hy Wm. II. CLRGnoRX. This Otitablish-
uient i* large, combmkIions, well arnuiged^~
aud amply provided wirli good horwa well tral •»«"1
foi harucus, an well aa with Carri.igea, Buggies ft "d
Hacks, o|k-u and close, ce.vered and hali ooverad, y "f
every de*scription, adapted to convenience or luxury
Horses or Carriages of residents of the city or ra
i it or® from abniad kept on moderate term*. sod
i carefully att««aied to by man thoroughly skilled in
the buhiner*.
llorsc* bougbt and Md fK oMnouaaioa nod
own account at all time*.
May 2a,l«55.—dly
Table Cutlery^
JUST
I by steamer Oossau
HAND13,
my
rooeived by steamer Gossamer ft large as
sort intnt of Englitk Table Cutlery which we of
BALDWIN, EVANS A CO.
aorlmcnt of Englitk Table Cat!
fer at reduced prices.
March lnai.
AND PAVEl HA WS~a aniall lot of OUT
own iinporutioa, just received and far salelo
'y li\LDWIN, EYANS A CO.
SAWS—Just
received a large stock of cirowlite
muley, aaiheod eroa® cut Saws, wkiek wt nil.
warrant and sell at St. Louis prices.
BALDWIN, KVANB 4 00.
CASK Prune® ft!
1 UTNOUMi' Dnm Blon.
J.
H. rurruot*.
dijiixc
co.,
f*neee««nre to Orantillr B. f*tnith A Oft.)
ANKFRS and dealer* in Kxehan*e, Keokuk. To.
ht cheek* on all the-prmeipal citiea eontitant
ly loi nale in cum lo "Uit.
l^dleetioii# on thiccity remitted for promptly at
I'nrrent rate?1 of Exehang*.
We will hay and poll all kind of Oold, PjxTie,
and aneurrent Bank Not- at x-gt ratea.
Interest allowed on «|eeial d' |H*it»
rkkkiii:N I:M
Am. Exchange Hank, New York.
Sfe^r". E. W. Clark l'odgo A Co.
Lneiu A Sitnond.*, St. Loaif.
E. W. Clark A Itro'e.
.V Corwith A Co., Oalcna.
E. W. Clark. l.«lge A Co., New York City.
gi 'iffiw Imurr froia V A. M. to 4 P. M.
ui.v U. l-^.i .— dtf
Hanking llou^e al thaa. Parsaaa.
Cur. nt Main aiul 2il Sta.. KEOKT'K, IOWA.
C* IO HT Exchange on the Iln- and South Uiught
^anl
Hold.
o, pt. 1. -dly
Etrelalor Hoot AMior llanufarior)*
THt i.Arr^r krkm n amA»I:HII
C1F.
R»KRV^
R. S. BARBER, woubl ri j-jwetfully announce
to tin- cifircu* cf Keokuk and vicinity that h.»
hrn- permanently legated in Keokuk, where he ex
pect* to perform all Ike operation* pertaining to
Denial Surgery.
He feel* confident in hi* ^ility to give aatiafac
tion to thuae who utay lavor him with tb'eir patron
age.
atrf?-tffice on Main between Third and Fourth
•Street*.
All operations warranted.
Keokuk, April 24, l!^^.
Wi itt HASlT TAKLOBMi
^HIRD Street, between Mum and Johnaon, Keo
liik 1'iwa, have jtiht received, their F'a.-Uion
able Tailoring and Fin nishtn^ Lstaldiahnieiit, a
choice und cju-cllenf aupply of Bro»d loth.-, u#-i
mere*. Ve-o ings, and tierit letuen'« Fnrniehiug t» mU
of all descriptions and guarantee that the.r work
rpn:
£l
Paraons' Ban km/ llouae.i Keokuk, Iowa
The aubacriber haia just reorived a larpe and
b-jantiful aux k of Oold and Silver Watcbea, WokI
.!•. v.elry, Ac., comnriaing Ihe lateat dty lea of ladies'
Breast Pins. Flar lliug*. Finger Rings, Cu£ Pins.
Oold iruard and Fob Chai^. Keys, Seal*. Silver
Tbimbitt*. liold Slide*, Siia^im, Studa, Unld Petia
with or without bolder®, Gold Pencil®, Penar nd
Pencil*..
1 ki
May 21, lv^i. ________
|:\I HAK(E~~AO ~M.\ STkiHOl Hli
iK0. ANl'KU^iN, on Thinl, bctwwn Main ,,HW (,,r Medicinal, Mechaoioal, aad Sacrantoattl
and Jtdin^ittMrfi-t*, Keokuk, Iowa. olleet on* i .,nr.-(.e^ only.
on this, city remitted promptly, at current rate cf
Interest trn depnaita when apoeially agreed
to E. W n«rk A Hw Rankcn-.
Ib.-y. Milfen'.-rger A Co.. V
John J. Anderson A o.,
Europ.-an Exehange for remittance to
any part of Europe for nale. laiere»t allowed on
de)M«* ita an l*r agre^ iueut.
to Lai A Siinotidi*, fit. Luai«, Mo.
do
L. A. Bciioist A o.
Atlantic f'idik, !m» oh.
Duncan, Shcniwn A New York.
lrexel A o., Philadelphia, Pa.
la ion Bank, Baltimore, Md.
Commercial Bank. Cincinnati, O.
Price. Com er-t A Co., New I 'rltaBS, Ifl-
*i
T. HARHIM
HAVlN'tiJ.
A
«'0.,
juat opened a -hop, in their ol
bilMne-S. ell 1 1 i STe.- IrtBiTtl Ma:
and John*on. Keokuk, L.wh, reapeeifiilly
announce that thev are prepared to manu
fac'tire the neat- s! and most fii-hionable B«ot* nnd
Shoei- that can be got up.
11
Determined not to be excelled by anv mamtfae*
lurer* in the Wc*t they aolicit a a hare of publm pat
ronage.
A* we puronit-e direct fmm the importers, onr
atoek ia alway s of ihe latent fashion aud beet quali
ty, aud at the low eat figure*.
A* we keep no Eastern or -lop work on band, we
warrant all our reiidy made Boots and Shoes uf the
tame character a.- iho«o made to order.
Call and leave your ord»r* for a (good fit. War
ranted tos-ntt in every particular.
l'%i- Impairing in the males! and Boat ®»b»taiv
tial manner done on »hott notice.
J. T. HARRIS 4 CO.
Jnly 51. 1 &>:. y
Slew Boot aii4 Shoe Stort.
F.O. CRITTENDEN ban taken the ator? lately
M-cupud by Mv-nr«. ILuvkin*A Billing*, cor
u* i' of jth and Main Street*,utiet ha* opened a large
and we-11 aborted atoek of Boot* and Shoes intended
.-ptcially the retail tr.nle.
oi
He. usks the inspei tion of the citizena and public
gviierally, f--«-Lnu confldt nt that his e*|»ericn'** in i
the trade, aud the favorable term* on which they 1
were purchuscd, combined wi'h a determination to
build tip a permanent trade, will enable him to fell S
loner than any h»u-*e iu ihiaCitf. Uoiokmle* and
small profitr his nndto. i
ljeokuk. May V, 13^5.—dtf I
Boota and Khora at Wholeialr.
A YINti opetied a use in thib citv for the par
(»ie of eaiTy.nL' on the wholerale Boot and
Mine bufities.". we re.-puv'.luliy call the attention of
the trade t" our large ami well aaaortcd atock,
which i* now leing ri cived direct from the I .est
intinufacioric* in Ma*-achuiseits. It i* our intent ion
io alwi.ya keep on hund a complete asaortmeiit of
good- iu the liue, and offer aue.i luduceiiu-ute as will
obtain fur us n lil»eral aharc of patronage.
11
Country uurc.hant* will do well to call and exam
ine ottr atock before thev purchase.
July 7.—d CARTER A CO,
J. H. HI T' HIV*"»N. JA». DCVTKr.
ikll Kunraufee Ihat th*.r work 1 n j. n
shall be done ui tilt Hioat np)n)Ved and satisfactory I l«"r! y« Stuff-. Pi
uiuiuier. They are c..»w'an'ly receding th-. New
Jnlv 111, ^ji.—dtf JAMES M. TYLF.R.
Ttxe Johnaou Hrrri Ctotklsg E«tab*
liahmrnl. i
T.
KELLY take® thi- ui ih-al of returning hia
*inuer thanks Ui the citiien® of Keokuk for
the very liln-ral patronage- he lin* received since be i
cainc to thia city an entire rtrangcr.
t|K.-n
I beg leave, for the future, to introduce myself i
,.uM(,ul. We are hoiirlv expe*tiWg SuwU e*l
ebni'i Atnericati ltc|uirt oi ashion*,
Harry Fulto
"*T7-n0LI'.SAlJ,r end retail Clothier, and
W
dealer in Hats, Caps and Furnishing
Uooeli,
No.
Wl
Main Street, Keokuk, Iowa hav
iug on hand n large und well selected stock
My exjicn^e* are
ent, (if not three stories high
lo trade with a customer in suck a manner aa wiU
give general satisfaction.
r' v»"«5
York aud Philadelphia .Fashion*, %pd rrspeetfuHy «*t»bl»shmenf of the kiud. Lvei
aolicit all who desire food work and tbe beat mute
rial to give them a call.
HI TCIIIX.-OX i^WEV.
AprilS, 18jj.—dly
Hew Arraa»if**n*ej®t.
fi! HE aulwcriber would inform th'.eitiaen* of Ko
okuk and vicinity thai be ha* purchased the
a*i^*k in trade of Ben. F'. Di«!aon, ut No. i 'Miir»l
Street, where be baa on hand a general aaaortiuent
of French und American loth*, Caaaimcre* and
Veating*, which he will make up to order at tbe
short«*'. uotice, aud ill a atyle not to be aitrj-u
Alao a gootl a*-s«r» meat of Summer Coat*, Ve*tf,
and Shirt*, alwava on hand.
Onorth
pi of
mni
,-hal in­
troduce the Fall style* aa soon aa received. A* we
intend to do all our own work, oar friend* ea« re'y
upon having their work don® withneatncsa and dk
paich, aud a fit guaranteed.
Please call at tUe Johiwou Street Tailor Shop,one
door west of tho Pout Office, and give us a trial.
KELLY A FELLOW Eg,
Angnat 3, lR5!i.—dim
and I wiU «.leavor
My motto is—An article ia worth if* value, anil
common aenac should be the appraiser.
May IMiit.—ve
ron WAI.K!
THESt.
mo" valuable property in Kaokak—
the Cbarle-i llotetl—the largest build-^B
ili^ ill Keokuk e.eept the Public Sch.Ajl llouae-,"^*
and MtuateV. iu the very
best
Jul^ Its, 1855.—dAwtf.
Cool.
HAYE on band one do/en lee ChMt® and Refrig
I era tors, embracing several different sines ami
uot-l •*, which will be aohi at the lowi-t prices, and
win to please, Ly
Vf.
ja no 2. 1
A
freak Arrlwale
the Nimble Six^m*. juat from tbe Auction
1 Uionto, a large lot of Uoeds. C«ne and ®«e whai
bargw ti».
tsept. 1, 18^.
Hi
V 3 «t 1**/
*. t. MCKKNY. M. •. avaMMw
McKeanj &. Rnniier,
AVE thi* day «*!(i»eiated thenaaelvfltogetll'f for
the tranna'tion tbe I "rug t-ueinee* ia all Ha
hranchee. They expeet to keep on hand a general
and well peleend assortment of lure Druge, Chemi
eaU, Perfumery. Paintp. Oil#. Ae.
A lio have by thin arrangeiueut heoome Mile pt*
prii torf for the nutmifaeture and »ale tf H. R. Glll
nor«'K celebrated Manialnke Liniment and unrival
led VeEatahle Anti-llilliour Pilla, for tbe Btataa cf
Iowa, mmoi».. Missouri. Wieomtin, Minnesota, aad
temtirry of Nebraaka.
All order* in future will be addressed to
MeKENNY A RUXVtS.
lcc.#, ISM. dtf
t'OIAiTV AORKT.
f|l I. KK.VN l'\, has been ap|K»int*d Agent Ul
I. l^e Conntv, tor the eale of Sn*tTrova Llt-
0(lU #f N(| fi of (he tJl,lllen
I Iowa.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Mechauiis' liloek, North aide of Alain St., Keokuk,
Iowa.
HAYINO
1
-1
NO. 168.
Mortar, Keo-
July 3d, 1856. dly
To the Fiibllct
E u n e s i n e e s v e u y a n n o u n e
JL the citiaen* ol Keokuk and vicinity, that he
i hai ri-i-i ntlv ojM-ned Aj«thccoriea' Hall, corner
of Third arid Johnson Streeta, with an entire new
and well selected xtoek of Druga, Medicine®, Per
tumeric. Toilet Article*-', Ac.
I 1 he anbscrilier intend* paying particular atten
tion to the Preacription Iepartiuent. and leela eon
lirtent that he can give |erfect aatiafaetion. having
bad an experience of ten years in thi* branch of tbe
bu*ine««, nnd hope* by atrict attention to huainea*
that he will merit a ahare uf public patronage.
II
AuguatfC, 1 ftiii.—d ly _F. H. 0*0 IN NOR.
JAHE« REl'NOLM,
made arrangements for a perma­
nent buaineaa in the alnoc line, I am now^
offering to the city and country trade a large
and »ell *ele*cted Btock of Itrugs, Medicine*,*
Paintrj Oil* and ^'arniahea, Bruaiica, ti 1 as»
ware Hud Window iilaan. Alao IVrfumerv and fan
cy article*. i|ai.-. Tuti»cco und Snuff, and a otioic*
a**ortmeiit of Family Oroeeries. including Spieea,
Sf
i lea-, Flavoring Extract*. Candtea, Soda, .Ntleralua,
and a vnriet\ o( article* jn itamuig to that depart
tnen' all winch will be aobl on the principle of
"amall profit® and quick return."
Particular attention given to preparing prcacrip.
tion-. In enac* where inedicineh are required dur.
iug the night it ia frequently ineinvenient to e^btahi
them. This difficulty I have completely obviated
y having my residence in a part of tbe aame build
tug occupied by my More and pecaon- desiriug mi-d
iciiu -. iy rely up n procuring them at all boura,
niyht or uay, without tncouveineuce «r delay.
Draggists, merchanta and other*, purchasing by
ihe 4inuitity, are xe^uciitd to ^jye tne a eaii, as I
a in determined to ®«H on a® {bironUe tana® a® ao$
biu*o in the city,
April ti. Lh.»..
lx)Z. Floyd's American Penetrating Lini
uient, in quantitiea to suit purehacera.
i'uo doz. Eacnlapian Liniment, and a great variaty
of I'atent Mclicinee at
100
April fi. lH.)f. RFYNOLDS^Drug Store._
LARD
OIL, apirit Oaa, T.insecl Oil, Copal, Jfapan,
Dcmar aud Coach Yamiah. on hand and for aale
at_ REYNOLDS'Drug Store.
CASK pure Blackberry Wine suitable inedi
ciiuU auid aacramvutal pur[Mees at
^REYNOLDS' Drug Htera.
OAA BOXES iiaa*ware nnd Window Olaaa at
RFjY'NOLI'S' Drugstore.
K. MUOHK. J. BOOrXB.
ROORE Ac HOOPER,
PHARMACETISTS AND l^lJTrtSTH,
HAVF"
thia day a**ix*iated thcmaelrca to
gether for the pur|o*e of conductin
general Drug aud Preacription baaineea un
the above firm
Particular attention will be given to the lat
ter br.in h, t- which they have both served
apprenticeship. Physician* and Ihe pub-
repui.ir
lie lv on hav iiu their prescriptions promptly
11 times, iui
^agely
and an!k uttlv coiupuunded a
tbe Ira will Dacooatantlv in attendant
ROBERT MtJORE.
J. HENRY JkM'i'HJt,
Jfarch 14, 1^55. dtf
City Drag Store!
Burrow Block, Main street KEOffTIT.
Ja
A J. O. STEWART are now in receipt ol
very large ami carefully selected fte«-k^
of lrugs, Medicine* und Chemitqtls, Patent
ed'cine*, Popular lie'luedie-, MeuhiUlical I.i
Perfumery,
1 ly found iu
ry article
fancy articl^ uauall.
ed pure and genuine.
l'urcha-em will confer a mutual favor by calling
at otir e-tuhli-hinent liefore buying elsewhere.
Physician*' prescription* carefully-put up,
i'u. J. 0. Stkw aui s office and cunaultiug room
ill the Drug More.
IHOPKMIOXAI. RCrERSXCKS «y
T. 0. Kelward*, M. D., Ohio Medical ColtM*.
J.Culib,
j4*b,o ,Lo"ke, V.*
May 3, Ifij.—dAw. &
*4* wmn®t
9.
W. Sefeggi*
1,1 MIB11R YAM
II. Kit OK I
April 7, 1K55. dlmAwly
i
leinv different troui any
Ladle- and g.ut]cmeu are
in-fore purchasing elsewhere
-3.
of
'iood.-! in inv line. 1 would te-spectlully invite Uic
attention of tlu trudt, feeling confident that my
tiood' and price® will favorably compare with any
in the market.
V..
I will not a ay that I shall *ell lower than Saint i Apply ai this office
Louts or Eastern Houses, but would modestly as-i August 3,lft5o.
sure my friend- and the public that I will ell as I fruits S
low as I possibly and honestly can^
jrh St
N Concert Street, U-tw-.-en -4th aud
of Main *Lree'.. A iar^e a«»ortioentXdt
Lumber and Shingles, of beat quality, always on
hand. dawTy.
Lumber at the Pine Mill.
THEVMibscnbcr*
have constantly on bakiatnjt*
I DRESSED FIJOORIXO.
Alao. Fencing Boards md Fencing Picket?, Biding,
and a general assortment of dimension stufi.
I Mill aud Lumber Yard at the foot of Second St..
S Keokuk, Iowa. HI ATT 4 HARRINE.
Mark
Salt.
A. c^alt, heavy and fall
rder, now landing fro at
TT'IY E thouaand bags ii,
V bleached and in fine
sLearner AdrnUie-, and for aale by
CJ.FJRoRN A HARRI60F.
June 2, 1K55. dfltAw
Yoting America Parlor Nlore.
^tJMETIllSO entirely new, the- construction of I|
k
lsl3
vc in ase.
SMAIJ- hfuse. to be tenanted
genteel family
(h()iee Uvt.r lUlsini.
ft P/'XES
igh», and my house is conveni-
10 ease. Cilrou. 2.
jeSOd
ME* WANTEP.
OXK
s
sited lo examine l|
B. W. Bl'EL 4 BR0.
2wd 4t*r
Augu«t V, 18.*»5.
House Wanud.
•y a small
A lease wou|d be tttkaa.
'ii
whole, half an§
Zante Cnrranti
,x,xm' f.™h
Z^,eCurr»n^salefor
Prunes, by
W. C. F\ NKHorSER.
bwndrai u»eo wanted imnudiateljr »t
Lock and liaiu uear Farmington.
Carpenters, Quarry men and leboref|.
For information apply at Ihe office «f ..
E. R. A D.
Aug. 30- dtf
plate in the city f..r a
Hotel, and long and favoruMy known a* one of the
L-t iu the State, is now offered for sale on favorn
'.e term-. UANKLN A MILLLR.
PApaTmphlett
C. FI Nkl/Ol SEU.
S. t. A D. C. BILL1NUS.
lAw.
a n a n e S a w A a a o o o o w
iSuTiiSf, rv-Hf«r«i:
W. WISP,
M*'"
fumUbed.
»"wc' "I'.staV^
IIRF A1D MAMIXE IMIiaAHICE.
STORESUooiitthinirtransit
bikI i«»ntcnta. Dwell inga, Mali
uf act
nu* K-tablishaienta and Hew6eU Furnitui|»
niMind insured against tbe peril*
of-navigation
Mm
A, 8ta» akb UA*mau
st u a sea I'uSt'iMM, wbiob ar® aale and waable.
Lives insured iu tha ^tka Lin Imlkasck Co*
v irsoed by WM. BKLUv, 4|*'»
Cornr of Mai* aod iwju ou.att.
Popt. 1, 1855.—dlmo ..
ek*
OAO DOJUiS UMkmmMitmm
•lUO rece»eedtdtf«9tfiftt li®
for aale by tbe W er daftea. Am «B
Ol tiilt Mo^di^fc^
Hi
LOORkinO 6UHB0
q!&***XUM9KSM*
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